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Knoxville, Tenn., June 13, 1866.
Kyoxville Female Ikutitute. The exami
nation and commencement exercises of this school
take place on Wednesday and Thursday, June l.'tth
The commencement exercises proper take place
Thursday night, in the chapel of the Institute, be
ginning at 71 o'clock.
An address will be delivered before the graduating
class by Gen. L. S. Trowbridge, after which the
reading of compositions by the graduate, and tbe
conferring of diplomas by the principal.
All the patrons and friends of a liberal education
are cordially invited to be present and witness the
examination and commencement exercises.
Concert. The citizens of Knoxville are to be
treated, on Tuesday evening of next week, to a rich
musical fetn-t. Mrs. Wicks will, on that evening, at
the Baptist Church, give a grand vocal and instru
mental concert. The musical students of the lady
are of such a high order that they will secure a
large attendance atide from the fact that t-he will
be supported on the occasion by a r umber of our
fairest and best young ladies, whose graces are only
equalled by their musical talents.
We take pleasure in calling the attention
oi our readers to the advertisement of E.
J. Sankord Sc Co., Wholesale and .Retail
Druggists, on Ga- Street, directly opposite
the 1st National Bank. ITaviiur thorough
ly examined their large sale-rooms, stocked
as they are with the best drugs, chemicals,
paints. &c, and the choicest fancy articles,
and convinced that a large wholesale and
retail trade can be there supplied at as
near as practicable, cost prices, we have no
hesitation in thus recommending the firm
to our friends in East Tennessee. Drujrs.
above all other articles in the market,
should be pure and unadulterated ; and the
more Urr.t from the fountain-head, the
more genuine will they be the gentlemen
connected with the firm now in question,
seem to In-convinced of this truth; they hav
ing, we understand, made arrangements to
obtain their drugs direct from the large
manufactories of the North and to import
from Europe the purest wines and liquors
for medic inal use. As they have this large
and carefully assorted stock on hand and
offer each article on fair and equitable
terms. Messrs. San ford & Co. will continu
ally increase the extensive trade they jiow
command in this section of the State.
Change of St heicle. On Saturday, the 10th,
passenger trains on the East Tennessee and Virginia
Railroad will leavo Knoxville at 7:o0, a. m.: arrive
at Bristol tit 3 42, r. m. Leave Bristol at 8, a. m.:
arrive at KnoAville tit 4 07, i m.
Trains on the East Tennp.-see and Georgia Kail
road will leave Knoxville at 4:22, p. m.; arrive at
Chattanooga at 11:07, r. m. Leave Chattanooga at
12.4o, a. m.: arrive at Knoxville at 7:.;j, a. m.
Some person, or persons, from motives of mischief
and to have us annoyed, have started the report that
we have receive ! a lurge lot of clothing from the
2?orth for distribution among the destitute citizens
of Knox county. There is no truth in the report.
Wc have not received any such suppty, nor do we
know of any such supply being on th nay. On
the contrary, no such supply need be expected.
The Fruit Failure. The fruit crop is a fail
ure at the North, and throughout the great North
west. Such is ur information by letter, tie well as
through the press. As we have an ubundancc in
this State, it will pay to take care of it, and prepare
it for market, both green and dry. In East Tennes
see it can be made a source of revenue, anl wo hope
that our people will take care of their fruit.
Salt Kuei m and all diseases of the blood can be
cured. Many thouands have been cured ly the use
of Uoback's Purifier and Sugar Coated Blood Pills.
Thousands of letters bearing witness to this fact are
in the hands of Dr. Koback. The Purifier is the
best alterative known to science, combining, as it
docs, the syrups of Stillingia with Iodide of Potas
sium, which every physician of education knows to
le the surest remedies. The Tills, in conjunction
with the Turilier, never fail to restore the system to
health and strength.
Tue season coutivies fine, and the crops look
promising beyond any former prospects we have
noticed. The wheat crop if. a failure, but corn, oats,
potatoes, and all the varieties of fruit, make up for
the failure in wheat.
Charles Morrow, Esq., of this city, has been
commissioned by the Governor to register the voters I
of Knox county, and will at once enter upon the
discharge of his duties. An old citizen, he knows
the people, and will track the law to the very letter.
The New Pkeacuers. Messrs. Manker and
Ford, the two new preachers accredited lo Knox
ville by Bishop Clarke, have arrived, and both of
ficiated at Temperance Ilall last Sabbath to a full
house. They gave very general satisfaction.
Tue German Union League of this city numbers
thirty members,6r'.t of whom have been in ac
tual service in the Union army. This League, as
we understand it. is auxiliary to the State Central
LcHiruc at Na.-hville.
Tue Wilson county court taxes the people to pay
the bonds issued by the county to aid in carrying on
the reWllion. Good Union people, entitled to a full
representation in Congress.
The otliciul report of the Memphis riots by the
Federal authorities shows that the Recorder and po
lice were leading actor :n the atl'air. All god
Union men, reconstniebM. and out and out for the
President's policy !
A J a regular business meeting of the Germania,
(Gerniun Immigration Society,) held June 5th,
186'. the following re-olutions were otlered and
1. Rt?Uc (, That the thanks of the Society are
due and hereby tendered to Isaac Joseph, Esq., for
his kind and magnanimous ofler of his room to the
1 liftolceu. That Mr. Joseph will be received as
.in honorary member of the Society.
i. Ib talced, That a copy of the above resolutions
t Landed to the Know i lie Whig and Knoxville
Julius Ocns, President.
Valentine J. Koeuler, Secretary.
Tennessee Bonds Advancing.
Wc have received the following encouraging tele
gram from New York in regard to the status, pres
ent and prospective, of Tennessee State Bonds :
New York, June ?th. 1806.
Gov. Bkovlow. Tennessee Bonds all O. K.
Have the July interest paid here by all means.
Worth ninety-three now and advancing.
John K. Brans ek. President, etc.
Sam. Tate, President, &c.
The State authorities have sent a competent agent
to New York to select a fiscal agent through which
to meet the July interest, and he is now the.e, mak
ing the necessary arrangements. The July interest
will therefore be met. as well as future interests, and
the eredit of the State will be sustained, despite the
malignant efforts of the rebel papers of Tennessee,
and of b l and disloyal men to destroy it.
The Canadian people have learned by this time
that curses, like chickens, come home to roost. They
winked at organ i.c-l attempts of rebels t- invade
our frontier, murder unarmed men and rob banks,
but when an armed force lands on their shores and
seeks battle with soldiers, they profess great horror
at the breach of neutrality. One of these grumb
lers, the Toronto Globe, of Saturday, says, in all
the majesty of double-lead :
We confess our utter astonishment at the placid
manner in which the American Government con
tinues to look on while our province is being invad--d,
openly, defiantly of their authority, by Ameri
can citizens from American soil. The pretence
that no overt act has been committed to justify in
terference can no longer avail; and the American
Government will stand convicted before the world
of countenancing this wanton attack of tbeir own
citizens on a friendly and peaceful people, with
whom not a sbw of Quarrel exists.
Qn&rterljr MeetlngKnoxTlIIc District.
' ' first quabtkb.
Dandridge, New Market, June 16 and 17.
East Knoxville, Temperance Hall, June 30 and
Knoxville, July 7 and 8.
Vnn -Tnlv 11 and 15.
MaynardsvilJe, Chapps Chapel, July 21
Jacksboro', Pleasant Grove, July 28 and
Clinton, Macedonia, August ana u.
Little River, Trundle's Cross Roads, August II
,n(j i2. Thomas II. Pxaane,
Knoxville, June H, 1866.
National Military Asylum. Gen. Butler.
President of the Board of Managers of the National
Asylum for discharge volunteer soldiers, authoriz
el by act of Congress, calls for proposals to be sent
to his residence at Dowell, previous to June 20th,
ior sites ior asvium bv donation or sale, tne premises
to be in one of the loyal States, to contain at least
zoo acres of land, and easy ot access by railroad or
otherwise. It is the intention of the managers to
erect without delay permanent buildings for said
The Best Cigar only Five Cents, at the Cheap
Tobacco Store on Cumberland Street. tf
LAWS OF TENNESSEE.
An Act to change the Count; Seat of Shelby couuty.
tStCTIOS 1 . Be it enacted bg the General Auembly of the Watt f
lennemee, I bat tbe county scat of Mielbv county oi thii state.
be and it hereby removed to fifth civil district of aaid county.
and within the corporate limits of the city of Memphis ; Pron
ded, that the Sheriff of said county of Shelby shall first after
giving thirty days public notice, open ana bold an election at
tbe usual places within said county, and a majority of the
Toters at said election shall indicate, by their vote, a desir
ior nam removal.
Sec. t. Be it further enactrtl. That in the eyent of said elec
tion resulting in faror of said remoral, this act shall take
I'assed May lit, lfciai. Wfll. HtlSKLLL,
Sneaker of the lions of Representatives,
JOSHUA B. PKIEBSON,
Speaker of the Senate.
A correct cupv of tin' original Act on hie in mv office.
A. J. r LETCHER,
f-rcrctery of State.
XaftlvjHr, May -li, lSMi.
Decision of the Supreme Court.
Judges Sam Millioan, James C. Shackelford,
and Alvin Hawkins.
Thomas H. Caldwell, Attorney General and l.e-
WILLIAM Colt LEY r. MIMD CVKLEY, etui.
This in an action of ejectment, to recover a email tract of
hind in smith county. At the March term, lstd, of the Cir
cuit Court fur said county, a trial was bad, which resulted In
a xerdii t and judgment iu favor of the defendants. The
plaiutifl moved the court for a new trial, which being refused
he has prosecuted an appeal to this court.
Doth parties claim title to the land in controversy under
Mathtw Corlry. This defendant, Sarah, is the widow, and the
other defendants are the children of said Mathtw Corly by
the said Sarah, and the plaintiff is the child of the said Math-
w by a former marriage.
The plaintiff having tiled au affidavit, stating the original
had been lost or mislaid, or was fraudulently suppressed by
the defendants, offered and read in evidence, without objection,
a ropy ot deed of gift of the land in controversy from hie fath
er to himself, dated December lt, 1&S7, the execution of which
i acknowledged before t lie Clerk or the county Court Ior
Smith county ou the 4th of December, and which was regis
tered in the office of the Register for said county on the 10th
day of December, 1J7.
The defeudnnts read a copy of the will of Mathew t'orley,
lated on the lsth of October, and admitted to probate in the
Couutv Court of said county at the November term thereof in
lSV.i, by which he devised the land in controversy, to the de
fendant, Sarah, for life, or during her widowhood, with re
mainder to the other defendants.
It appear- from the proof that Mathew Corby was a man in
humble circumMtnces and was about eighty years of age at
I hi' time of his death, in Oetobur, lsd'.i, and had continued to
re-ide upon and cultivate the land from the date of tbe deed
iu 1-iT, up to the time of his death, and during that time fre
quently rented portions of it t others. The plaintiff was
about sixteen years of age at the date of the deed, and con
tinued to reside w ith his lather until about ls51, when he
went to the state of Kentucky. In lsil he rented a part of
the land from his father, which he cultivated to himself, and
for which he paid the rent. Ou one occasion, and about one
year before the death of Mathew t'orley, witness Hale was at
his house and told him that he was getting old and ought to
make a will, and piovidc for his wile and little children, to
winch he replied that he had no right to the land, it belonged
to William ; he had made him a deed of gift to it many years
ago, and expressed a desire to provide for his wife aud little
children if be hud anything to give them.
Witness AN illiams states that some four or five years before
his death, Mathew Corkyy was talking about moving away,
when witness went to see him aud proposed to buy the land,
to which t'orley replied tbe land did uot belong to him it be
longed to bis sou William. On another occasion he asked Cor.
ley why he did not clear tip a certain portion of the land, to
which be replied he was afraid William would not like it;
that after bis death it belonged to William.
Witness Pope states t'orley had frequetly told him the land
belonged to x illiam, but that he had it for his life time; to
various persons, aud at different times, he stated as a reason
for not cutting wood on the land, that it belonged to William,
mid he was afraid illiam would not like it.
There is no proof iu the record showing that Mathew t'orley
ever, at any time subsequently to the date of the deed until a
short time before his death, iu any manner disputed William's
title to the land, or that in any manner, at any time, ho de
nied the execution aud delivery of the deed of gift; or that
at any time alter date of the deed in 137 up to a short time
before his death, he set up any claim to the land as bis own.
But, on the contrary, the record does show that on all occa
sions, from the date of the deed lu ltsJ7 up to the time of his
death, in October, 109, he acknowledged the execution and exis
tence of the deed . and likewise from the date of the deed, up
to a short time brforc his death, recoguied the validity of the
donee's title under it. There is no proof in the record show
ing intention on the part of tbedooor to retain possession of
the deed, orwho had the actual custody thereof atterlts regis
tration, or any purpose on his part to do anything more tnan
was done to give full effect thereto in reeling the title in the
donee ; and, in fact, if anything further was wanting, tbe
declaration of the donor made ouly a short time before bla
death, aud introduced by the defendanta for the purpose of
avoiding the deed and defeating the donee's title under it ;
that he had deeded to William, but that he had done so " iu
defraud'1 to keep from paying a security debt, as well as tbe
statement that William nau agreed to take care of him for
the land, but failed to do so, clearly negative the assumption
tfcat anything had beeu left undone by the donor which he be
lieved to be necessary on his part to give effect to the deed.
These declarations, made for the purpose of defeating the
plaintiff 's title distinctly.plact the defense upon other grounds.
And, now, notwithstanding the great loss of time and the
sob rau declarations of Mathew t'orley, concerning the mak
ing the deed of gift and the title to the land, the principal
question relied upon in argument here, as well as in the court
below, as would appear from the charge of the Circuit Judge,
is that the deed of gift of IS37, although acknowledged and
registered, is inoperative, because, as it is insisted, it was
never delivered or intended to operate as a conveyance of the
laud, and this we infer to have been the conclusion of the jury.
We think this assumption not only wholly iinsustaimd, but
it is clearly met aud overthrown by the testimony in the
Tbe counsel for the defeudauts rely upon the rases of Tay
lor vs. Taylor. 2 Hump. B7'J ; Martin vs. rtamsey.d Hump., 3'Jl;
McEwen vs. Troust, 1 Sueed, lsti, and Nailing ts. Nailing, 2
Sneed, e0, as authorities in point in support of the proposi
tion. In the case of Taylor vs. Taylor, one Taylor made a sealed
instrument, by the terms of which he gave to bis son certain
slaves. It was witnessed and deposited in bis trunk, with a
declaration, it should take effect after his death, and not be
fore, lu that ca-e the court held there bad been no delivery
of the iii-trumvut, and delivery being essential to constitute a
deed of gift, the instrument could uot be set up as such.
In case of Martin vs. Ramsey, complainant a intestate, ex
ecuted a deed of gift to his daughter Elizabeth for two
slaT-cs, which remained iu his possession uutil his death, and
Itcing found among his papers was afterwards deposited in
the office of the Clerk of the County Court, and proved, after
making the deed, being involved in a law suit as security for
tbe husband of his daughter Elizabeth, he was heard to say
if he lost the suit he intended one of the slaves to pay the
debt, and if oue was not sufficient, then tbe other should go
to pay it ; and the court, upon this state of facts, held that
no formal manuel delivery to the grantee is necessary to the
validity of a deed. If by his conduct, and declarations the
grantor eviuced that he considered the act complete when he
acknowledged it before subsrnbing witness, that would be
sufficient to invest the title in the donee. But tbe mere fact
that the paper i fouud signed and witnessed, would not have
that effect; there should have been some evidence that the
paper was delivered, or that the grantor intended his signa
ture and a knowledgment before witnesses as vetting the title
and completing all that was necessary for him to effect that
object. But the court said there was no such proof in the
record. On the contrary, there was proof that be retained tbe
deed in his possession, and withheld it from his daughter and
her bu-baud until he should ascertain the result of the suit
These i ircumslsnC' s, the court said, are persuasive that uo
act was done by the donor by which the title to the slaves
vested in the donee, and were sufficient to place the onus of
proof upon the deleud.iut that such act was done.
In the c.ie of McEwen vs. Troust, Dr. Orard Troust had
made a deed of gift to his sou anil daughter of all his minear
logical aud geological spcciuicue and other personality, which
naa acknowledged, and registered in the Register's office of
Davidson county, iu 1M0. The donor retained possession of
the property until his death in l&oO. The consideration set
forth in the deed i the same fort h set in the deed now before
the court, to-wit : the love and atb-ctinn of the donor for the
donevs ; and it will be ob-erved that iu many respects
that ca was similar to the cse now under considera
tion. In that case the court hld that delivery is es
sential to the execution of a deed, but that it need uot
be formal and manuel if the inttution to accept the deed
manifestly appear. The delivery may be informal from
other facts. Aud if a deed be made and delivered to the Reg
ister for registry without more that is uo delivery ; but if the
grantor direct it to be recorded, or subsequently assert there
to, we should consider that equivalent to au actual delivery
and acceptance. Maynard vs. Maynard, H Mass., 4V;';
Samp-ou i. Thornton, o Metcalf, 1 Kent com., too note.
A tew das before the death of the donor, he recognized the
existence of the deed, aud declared his purpose that it take
full eflect. The court held the gilt was valid, and the effect
to vest the donees the title of the property named in the
The rae of Nailing vs. Nailing was upon au issue inviaf r7
tun involving the validity of the will ot Nelson Nailing, de
ceased. Upon the trial ,-a deed of gilt made ly the testator
in 1?J". foi twenty-nine slaves ' was read in evidence. The
records ot an action for tlandtr, of the same date, instituted
against the testator, was also read. The deed was made to
evade the dreaded consequences of the action for slander. It
was not considereiland acted on by tbe parties as an absolute
gift, and the t-stator continued to claim and possess the slaves
as bis own, as though the gift had never been made.
Now. by applying the rules laid down iu the cases cited to
the facts id this case, as they appear in the record, we are
clearly of the opinion that the deed of gift of December 1st,
1S37, is valid, and operates to vest iu tbe donee the title
to the land iu controversy. Aud the fact that the donor con
tinued to reside upon, cultivate aud rent out the said land
from the date of the deed, in 137, to tbe time of bis death, in
lSo'j. and that iu Itil he actually reuted a portion of the laud
to the donee, who paid the rent, and that the laud was listed
for taxes, iu tbe name of the donor who paid the taxes, when
taken in connec tion with the other facta in the case, together
with the oft repeated declaration of the donor concerning tbe
title and explanatory of his holding, can make no difference
as to the question of the validity aud effect of tht deed.
The Circuit Court Judge was asked to charge tbe jnry that
"in deciding upou the quetion of the delivery of the deed,
they might look to the fact that the donor bad repeatedly
recogmied the lauds as the lands of plaintiff,'1 which lit de
clined to do. Iu this we think there was error. The law is
if the grantor acknowledged the execution of tbe deed, and
direct it to be registered, or substantially assent thereto or
recognue it as a valid conveyance, or r,.cogui the title to'tht
grantor nuder it, that, although not a delivery, it equivalent
to the livery of the deed, ana we think the" Circuit Judge
should eo have instructed the jury, aud his failure to do to
doubtless, led thejury to believe that but little if any impor
tance was to be attached to such facts In determining the
question a- to tbe delivery of the deed ; but however this may
have been, iust ructions asked for were relievent to the state of
facts pre-ented by the evidence in the cause, and material to
thesplaintifl't rights. The law holds certain facts equivalent to
the delivery of the deed, and it is the duty of the court to in
struct the jury with reference to the facts in the case as the
law arising upon such facts, leaving thejury to ascertain
whether the facts have been provenor not.
In the viewwe take of this case, v are unald" t. find any
evidence in the record to su-t.iiu the verdict, or certainly
to discover the grounds upon which it was based, but
wejihinkit prob.it le the verdict would have been different
bad it not leeu for the fact that the charges iustead of being
made v. ith reference to the ca, a- made out by the proof, as
touching the question of the delivery of the deed was made
with reference tea different etaf of fact, aud not euch at
were exhibited bv theevidence.
YVcthiuk his honor, the t'ircnit Judge, erred iu refusing to
grant a new trial. The judgment of the Circuit Court will
be reversed, and t lo- cau-e remanded.
Attest: J. 0. FiiAun, Clerk.
rpilE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE
-L of M. J. Tillery, deceased, having been puggested to the
Clerk of the County Court of Knox couuty, all jhtsous hav
ing claims against tbe estate, will file tbe same with the County
Court Clerk of said county, duly authenticated at required by
law, w ithin six months from tbit date, or the tame will be
forever barred. This May an.
coLcuaca rowiLL, i. r. creek,
Lata of Knoxville, Tean. tat ofNaahville, Tenn.
C. rOTTElX, GRCO & CO.,
No. 38 Broad Street,
REFERRING YOU TO THE ABOVE
card, we beg leav to inform yon, that we have estab
lished ourselves in this city in business, and are fully prepared
to extend to onr patrons the ordinary facilities required aud
respectfully solicit share of your business. We do not pro
pose to confine ourselves to any speciality, and will purchase
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally
alto. Gold, Stocks, Bonds and Government Securities exclutitdj
on Commission. Respectfully Yours,
C. POWKLL, GREEN A CO.
Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel and Joaeeborongh t'niou
Flag copy. nor20tf
I have withdrawn from the above firm, and the business
will bt hereafter conducted by mv former purtnert under tbe
tame style. je6tf C. M. JcGHEE.
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ON THE 20th OF MAY, IStili, Mary I.
CRONEK found sum of money, on the Clinton Road,
near Bell i Bridge. The owner can have t lie Kamc ly piling
property and paying chargrt.
june0-4f c. W. (iKi'NEIt
A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF LYT-
XA TLE'S WniTE Oil, nt
feb-1tf Dii. JAMES UolKiER.
Robert Bruce v. Prvor llerion.
TUE PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
say? the defendant is indebted to him, and so absconds
that the ordinary process cannot be served upon him, baring
obtained an attachment against the estate of the defen
dant, returnable befort me, and the same having been levied
on his property : It is ordered by me that publicntion be made
in Brownlow's Whig for fonr successive weeks, notifying said
Trvor Herron to appear before me at my fnce, iu the fth
Civil District of Campbell county, on the 30th day i.f Juue,
16;, to defend said suit, or the can- will 1- prwi-ded w ith
Slyii,li m J. .1. MARKS. J. I'.
Andy ildrruon vs. 1'ryor llprrou.
TI1E PLAINTIFF, ON AFFIDAVIT,
JL vavs the defendant is indebted to him and so abscond- that
the ordinary procure of la- r;-.nnot f served upon him and
having obtained an Mta, !,m, Lt a-aimt ih.- estate of the de
fendant, rtnmed I"-for- me, and the same bavins been levied
on his property : It is ordered bv me that publication I
made m Browulow t Whin for four"ucceive week, notify
ing said I'ryor Herron to appear before m at mv office, in tht
6th Civil District of Campbell county, on the' :i"th day of
June, 1S, to defend said suit, or the rase will bo proceeded
with ex parte.
Mary -JZ, lS-if.-lt .1. j. M .v II US, J. P.
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REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
A FARM OF 200 HUNDRED ACRES
two mile east from Knoxville, Tenn., all of which is
cleared and in cultivation in corn, oats, clover and grata.
There Is a large two-story Brick House, two Barns, and other
out-houses. Upon it is a good spring and a few Apple Trees.
This farm is immediately upon the Knoxville and Rutledge
I, a Farm of 108 Acres i; miles from Knoxville. There is
upon it a very good, asaall Frame ooe-ttory House, and a
large and excellent spring and few good Peach and Apple
Tr.et. There is 75 Acres of cleared Und, all of which is in
grass and clover.
Is a small tract of land of 115 Acres milet from Knox
ville, upon the Knoxville and Eutledge Pike. There is no
houte upon this land. Ffty Acres of it is cleared. The East
Tennessee and Virginia Ball Load passes through it, and there
is finemarole upou it.
Is a two-story Frame Residence, with Ten Booms and Ten
Acres of land, one mile east of the court house. This Resi
dence is situated upon a point 35 feet higher than Fort Sun
ders, and hat a fine view of the Cumberland and other moun
tains and the Tennessee Kiver.
A large two-storr Brick Dwelling, with sixteen rooms, and
Fifty Acres of Land, two Barns and other out-houset, and
good spring. Two miles from Knoxville, aud npon the Knox
ville and Kutledge Piko.
It a Farm, 3 niilct from Knoxville, 12 Acret, 100 Acres
cleared, aud in clover, the other good timber, a small log house
and barn, good springs. Tht East Tennessee and Virginia
Railroad passes through it.
A small tract of Land of Sixty Acres, of very rich upland,
3 miles from Knoxville, and upou the East Tennessee and
Virginia Railroad, Twenty Acres of which is cleared, and
the other Forty finely timbered.
Is One Hundred Acres of Land, halt a mile from the East
Tennessee and Virginia Railroad Depot, and npon the Knox
ville and Butledge Piko. No improvements, fonced and in cul
tivation in corn and oats.
A two-story Brick Dwelling house, J4' of a mile from the
court house, and in East Knoxville Corporation. There are
I Ten Acres of verv rich rivr bottom in cultivation as a vege
table garden attached to this place. There are eight rooms,
aud a brick kitchen.
Va ant Lois. Oue hundred and Fifty vacant Town Lots
in the Corporation.
Is Sixteen Acres of unimproved Land in the Corporation of
East Knoxville, known as Flint Hill, where formerly stood
the residence of Judge White. There is a fine spring upon it
with the exclusive right to it. It fronts about l,0(Xteet upon
the river, and is half mile from the court house.
Is Eighty-nve Acr.-s of unimproved Land, less than a mile
from tti-' curt house, aud a part of which is in the Corporation.
One Tract ot Land ot Eighty-four Acres, south of the river,
aud halt mile from the court house, aud fronting upon the
river about 2,Ckj fret, eery rich, but hilly. There is fine red
m.'.rble upon this land.
Ten Acres of Marble Land, known as the Sligo Marble land,
lying upon the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad, and
two miles east from Knoxville.
A Zinc Mine, one mile from Knoxville, and Ten Acres of
The whole or any part ol the abovo property is offered at
private sale, at fair prices, ou ouo two and threo years' time ;
Planter's Bank of Tennessee,
Union Bank of Tennessee,
Bank of Tennessee, (old issue,)
Bank of Chattauooga,
Ocoee Bank of Tennessee, (old issue)
Or Greenback. JOS. A. MABRY,
jjucotl' Knoxville, Tenn.
VALUABLE MILLS AND WATER POW
ER FOE SALE.
rpUE Louisville Flour Mills. Saw Mill, and acres of land.
L with a comfortable dwelling house on the bank of tbe ;
liulston Uiver, filtueu mi Ita below knoxville, in the town ol
Louisville, is now offered for sale. For further particulars
apply to sep2Utf KENNEDY A BRO S. j
"TOE SALE. 85,000 ACRES OF UNIM-
-L PROVED LANDS iu different parts of East Tennessee,
containing immenso mineral wealth. Well adapted to stock
graiziug, with some spleudid sites farms, and water power.
Also, some of the lands are well suited to settle colonics of
Emigrants. Particulars respecting ecery kind of lunrf in East
lertneasct, untl be promptly and grntuioutly given, by adarestmg or
Real Estate Brokers,
Tobacco Fruit Growers.
Your attention is called to the
Bone SupcrPhosphate or Lime
MANUFACTURED HY THE
ALLEGHENY FERTILIZER CO.,
These Fertilisers are the cheapest, most reliable aud convenient
Manures ever manufactured, iusuriug to the Farmer a large
return for a small outlay, increasing the rrops from forty to
fifty per cent. In proof of this we submit the following
Analysis made by Trof. OTTO WL'TH, of this city, with the
accompanying letter :
Analysis of 1'hubphatc uitttlt ly Vrtif. Otto Wuth, for the Allegheny
Fertilizer Conqtnny, Pittsburgh, Ph., J'invary 2", lStjb."
L'OE SALE. IMPROVED LANDS IN
I in all parts of East Tennessee, prices and location to suit
all kinds of purchasers. Address or call on
deeliUtf COCK HILL & SEYMOUR.
T?OR SALE. A FINE FARM OF 200
-L Acres, three miiis front Knoxtille, ou the Clinton road, 1UO
Acres heavily timbered. A good frame house with five rooms
besides hall and kitchen, two lug houses, stables, 4c, rich soil,
aud lies well. Ottered very low.
janlOtf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
OR SALE. THE ELEGANT RESI-
DENCE ou Hill Stieet, kuown as the McPherson House
ue of the most beautiful situations and finest houses in the
. city. The house is large and commodious, the grounds ample,
' aud well adapted for ornamentation.
! feb7tf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
IOR SALE. 2,000 ACRES OF FINE
JL Farming Land, in Scott county, 12 miles from Hunts
! ville, 1j0 Acres undrr cultivation. 30 Acres ofC'reek bottom
j laud which produces remarkably well. A grove of 300 Sugar
i Maple trees, near the bouse. Well timbered aud well wt red.
j A magnificent stock farm. Ou the route of the proposed East
' Tenuesee aid Kentuckv railroad. I
i ruarl'S tf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR. i
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Weakness Arising from Indiscretion.
The exhausted powers of nature which are accompanied by
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of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil; in fact Universal Lust
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The Constitution once affected with Organic Weaknr, re
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tyetem, which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU invariably
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In affections peculiar to u Fimaus," is unequall'd by any
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sex, whether arising from habits of dissipation, Imprudtnce in
or the decline or change in life.
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Will radically exterminate from the system Diseases arising
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Cepacia and Mercury in all these diseases.
Fluid Extract Iiuehu,
In all diseases of these organs, whether existing in " Hale"
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Those suffering from Broken iloicn or delicate Constitu
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Tbe reader mutt be aware that however slight may be the
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Uealth, Mental Potter and Sappinee.
All the above diseases require the aid of a diuretic.
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AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
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Il cleanses and renovates the blood, instills the vigor of health
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pella the disorders that grow and rankle in the I'lood. Su-h
a remedy that could be relied on, has long been sought hr,
and now, for the first time, the public have one on which ihi-y
can depend. Our space here does not admit of certificates to
show its effects, but the trial of single bottle will show the
sick that it has virtues surpassing anything they have ever
Two tahlespoonful of the Extract of Sarsaparilla added to a
pint of water is equal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle
Is fully equal to a gallon of tbe Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the
decoctions as usually made.
pnrsicr.ixs, please notice.
We make no secret of the ingredients. IIELHBOLV'S
FLUID EXTRACT BLCUU is composed of Buehu. Cutbs
and Juniper Rrrrie", selected with g-eat Care, and prepared in
vacuo by . 2'. UKLilBOLD, Drujfjrist and Chemist of six
teen years experience in the city of Philadelphia.
THESE EXTRACTS HAVE BEEN ADMITTED TO USK IN
THE UNITED STATES ARMY, and are also fn T ry ?cn-":.l
use in all Hie State HOSPITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY IN
STITUTIONS throughout the land, as well as in private prac
tices, aud are considered as invaluable remedies.
See Medical Properties of the Bitchu,
PROM DISFENSARY OF TUE UNITED STATES.
See Professor Dewee's valuable works on the Practice ol
See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. Physic, of Phil
adelphia. See remarks made by Dr. Ephraim McDowell, a celebrated
Physician and member of the Royal College of fur-reons, Ire
land, and published in the Transactions of the King and
See Medico Chirurgical R- view, published by Benjamin Tra
vers. Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons.
Bee most of tbe late Standard works of Medicine.
Hold by all Druggists.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
50 1 Broadway.
UsLxrolD's Fliid Extkict BuCDU is pleasant in taste and
odor, free from all injurious properties, and immediate in its
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BccBtr gives health and vigor to the
frame and bloom to the pallid cheek. Debility Is accompa
nied by many alarm irg symptoms, and if no treatment is sub
mitted to, consumption, insanity or epileptic fits ensue.
FOR SALE. 1,500 ACRES IX AX
DEKSON county, 4 miles from Cliuch River. A splen
did plantation. Very rich soil. 2uU Acres now under cultiva
tion, eveu homes with out-buildings. A Church, School
House, Doctor's Ullice and a Blacksmith's Shop ou the land
Pot Office on the farm. Will be sold for S15,iX, and is very
desirable property would make balf-a-dozen good farms.
war23if ' COCKRILL .t SEYMOUR.
For non-retention or ineontinuence of urine, irritation, in
flammation or ulceration of the bladder or kidneys, diseases
of the prostate gland, stone iu the bladder, calculus, gravel or
brick-dust deposit, and all diseases of the bladder, kidneys,
and dropsical swellings.
Use IUlm hold's Fluid Exikact Bicnr.
A Rxior A.vn CostLCjivE Test of.the properties of Hblx
buld's r'Lriu Extract Bccnc will be a comparison with those
set forth in the United States Dispensatory.
Hydrate of Phosphoric Acid..
Per Oxydo of Iron J
Sulphate of Potash
Sulphate of Ammonia
Difficult to J'lvl0vp8um
in water j
f Phosphoric Acid..
i LI1UO I
Per (JxyUe of Iron 1
.. o 0
.. u r
.. 2 10
.. 1 03
VOR SALE. A MAGNIFICENT FARM
-L of 1,000 Acres, on the Holston River, five miles from the
railroad, t'j Acres of River bottom, aud 300 Acres of tho very
best upluud now under cultivation. Three comfortable hou
ses, with all out-buildings. Very fine timber, which can be
rafted to Knoxville at a very small expense.
This property will he divided to suit purchasers, ;.ud affords
a rare opportunity f. r investment. Price ?.''- per Acre.
marl's tf COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
Enfeebled and Delicate Coxhtitctiom, of both sexes, u;e
Helmsold's Extract Bccnc. It will give brisk and energetic
feelings and enable you to sleep well.
Taie So More unpleasant and unsafe Remedies for unpleas
ant and dangerous diseases. L'k Helm bold':? Extract Bccbc
and Improved Rusk Wash.
OR SALE. 195 ACRES, Four Miles
. Kolliui; land.
(:ood Grht Mill. A youug Viu- yard.
fence. Price ?.S,'!o.
with a rich soil. A
i5 Acres under good
COCKRILL A SEYMOUR.
Tns Glory or Mas Id Stbesoth. Therefore, the nervous and
debilitated should immediately use HtutBuLD'a Extract Brcnr
MAsbood and YoirartL Vigor are regained by IIel-MBOLD's
1 aud l lay 0 7.
Pittsdi iiiii, Jauu.-.ry -tnii, ISO
Alllghlnv Ftnrn.ULU Company :
tiendemen Enclosed I send you the Analysis of Jour Eureka
Aninioniatcd Bone Super-Phosphate of Lime, lb immense
valuo of the Super-Phosphate is known to every Agricultural
ist ; ulso the fact, that the value of different Fertilizers is al
ways in proportion to thu amount of Soluble Phosphoric Acid
and Salts of Ammouia. The " Eureka" contains ver four
hfths of its Phosphoric Acid iu the soluble state, also, twelve
per cent, of Sulphate of Ammonia, and a considerable quan
tity of organic matter of fermenting quality. It is obvious
that a Fertilizer ol' such a composition cannot ba surpassed,
and it gives me a great deal of pleasure to recumuieud your
" Eureka" as the luost reliable Fertiliz-r whieli hat come to
Yours ivsp-ct fully, OTTO WUTH,
Analytical and Consulting Chemist,
Corner of Third and Sniithf'njld streets.
1; 7 OR SALE OR RENT. A PIANO,
100. i in good order. Apply at the New Drug Store, opposite
the National Bank, to L. J. SANFORD.
Shattered CoNsTtrcTioss Restored bt Helmbold's ExriticT
CHANCERY COURT MAR YVILLE.
Thomas P. Diden vs. J. W. J. Niles.
TT APPEARING FROM THE ALLE-
X CATIONS of this bill that J. W.J. Niles is a un rvsideut
or so absonds that the ordinary process cannot be served upon
him: It is therefore ordered that publication be made in
Brownlow's Whig for four successive weeks, notifying him
to appear at the next Term of the C hancery Court, to be ln-ld
in MaryTille, Blount county, Tennessee, on the fourth
Monday of June next, to plead, answer, or demur to tbe
said bill, or the same will be taken as confessed and set
lor hearing ex parte as to liini
K.'i p.tiHphh ts cut. lining ililectM'lis for u-, address J I.LL
i.HKNY lEKTII.I.KK COMPANY, l..x 1"17, Pittsburgh,
Pa., wr Liukhtv SiM.Kr. niarT-oui
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
X FRIDAY NIGHT or Saturday Morn-
ING. out ui my t;iMe. ouc bay limn- l tween fourteen
au-l fifttr n huuU bi'li, one Htur-likL' wbitt: jmt on her fuie
h' rtil, out' or two while ajuUUe uiark?. black mane an i t.iil,aud
i fivr Year oM. lu ha Imtii m-! by J- A. IVomlwin
V IiWral p-wh.tI will It paitl b'l infri mutiuu ol lu r w1ki -.tboiit..
PAV L ST I KM,
liiaviM-rt I niou 15ivnTy, Knoxvilb-. f.-nu.
STOLEN ON THE NIGHT OF THE
kj Jlst of May last, out of my pa-tuiefield. ten miles north
ol Knoxville, on the Jacksborough road, a daik Irou Gray
Mare, with a statin the forehead, one hiud loot of a white
color, fifteen aud one-half bauds high, four years old. I will
give one hundred dollars for the mare aud thief, or seventy
live dollars lor the mare alone, or fifty dollars for information
so that I can ?'t her.
junoti 4w J. .. SMITH.
! SUMMER RESORT.
j HEALTHFUL ATTRACTIONS
' OF THE
j rriIE LONG ESTABLISHED Mineral
j resources of tho Washington Springs, formerly known
I is Leeches," aff"rdiiij; the b-t qualities of Sulphur, Alum,
Clialybpate and M icue-ia, the most remarkable aud valuable
' collection of miilicinal waters known to the mountains of
' Vir-inia. cannot ! otherwise than attractive to invalids of
'th sexes Hutt'-i ins ii'"rc!
DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
Uterine Disorders, Skin Diseases,
DISEASES OF THE LIVES and DIGESTIVE
aud ;:11 affections heiieiited l y a relaxation from domestic
habits and business uiuit-. accompanied by a tew weeks'
sojouru at such a healthful retreat as that of tho Washington
Persons vUitin,,- the Springs for th'ir mineral advantages,
will be charge J two didlnas per day and tw.lc dollars per
week, at specie rat--, fur board.
Persons vi .niug the Springs for medical advice aud treat
ment, will be charged ti v. (Uill.tr per wvtk.at specie rates r
Passing, rs reach th-; springs by the Virginia and Tennessee
lailruad. stopping at Glade spring i-pot. Washington county.
N" charge for medical services, unless satisfaction is given.
To live, we have uo need and would not humbug tbe suffering.
The afflicted may visit us with thu assurance that their so
journ shall be succeeded by a happv return.
mavo9 t K. J. GOODWIN. M. I.
i Hslm solo's Extract Bccbc and IxrttorKD Rose Wjsa cures
secret and delicate disorders, in all their stages, at little ex
pense, little or no change in diet, no inconvenience, and no
I exposure. It is pleasant in taste and odor, immediate in lis
i action, and free from all injurious properties.
HALMBOLD'3 CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BUCUC
Ii tin Great Diuretic.
BtUlB0Ll'3 C0'CI5T!UTED EXTRACT S1SSAFAK1U.A
I the Great Blood rurifi- r.
, Both are prepared according to the rules of Pharmacy and
! Chemistry, and are the most active that ran he made.
Special Aolift' !
Mrs. Wiuslow's Mystic Pills
PREPARED ONLY FOK A
imate purpose, and are the oulv safe, and effective
medicine for females extant.
I)o not trifle with yuur health, aud uvj cheap and dangerous
medicines, which Druggists have bought, aud will receuiui- ud,
being ignorant of their properties.
They are a certaiu cure fur all thusu painful uud dangerous
disorders to which the Female com-titutiou is subject. They
moderate all excess, nud remove all obstructious. Tln-y nivig
orate the debilitated and delicate: and by regulating and
strengthening the system the hue of health is restored t. the
cheeks, weakness of the spine and limbs relieved, aud all the
indications of Nervous Debility removed. maiden, wife,
or mother should be without them.
Try them use according to direction, aud be iuumiio 1 that
they are the Lady's Phicnd.
Ask for -Vrj. Wi.itloir sMy'tf: Pill-. Take uoue uthei .
?J per box, or three boe for ?". f or sale by all ilru
THE QUEEN! THE QUEEN!!
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
rrHE DISSOLUTION OF CO -PART-
JL NEI!:SHIP of Wm. Harris Co., a dissolved ou the 30th
dav of .Uarch last, by mutual cousent. Kither partner is au
thorized to use the name of the firm iu settlement of its busi-ne-s
L. C. HOS.
1.. ('. Hoss will continue the mercantile business in the
same houe recently occupied by Wm. Harris Co. He has re
cently brought a slO 'kof New Koods, embracing almost every
variety, w hich he will be pleased to show, at thty are cheaper
than timilar goods have beeu bought in thu market. Please call
aud examine lor yourselves. L. V. HOSS.
Successor of Wm. Harris . Co.,
niayOtf flay street doors "ortu of Cumberland.
To be Opened the lt ol' June,
" Southern Saratoga,"
BLOVXT COUXTi; EAST TENNESSEE.
COUNTY COURT JAMESTOWN.
May Term, 1W.-Petition to sell Laud.
Jamie 1 Hinds, Administrator of Joel Hinds,' dennfed, vs.
Thomas Conatser, et a Is.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
JL to the satisfaction of the Court, that the defendants,
Thomas Conatser and Mary, his wife, Solamon Smith and Su
sanna, his wife, John Smiih ana Sarahann, his wife, are non
residents of the State, so that the ordinary process of the
law cannot t.- sened on them : It i therefoi- ordered that
publication be made for four successive wevks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying saiil defendants to appear at the next Term
ef County Court to be held at Jamestown, ou the first Monday
in June next, and then and there make their defense, r thv
same v. ill be taken for confessed aud set for hearing ex parte
as to tle m.
Mav !"'"' "I''7' MITCHEL WRIUHT, Clerk.
C. FLANDERS & CO., HAVING
; aire I and r fin nish-d with new furniture. Ac, the
Will open the same on tht 1st of Juue next, for tho reception
of visitors, and would re pee t fully recommend it to its friends
and all others in search of health, comfort and pleasure.
Our garden', viu-var 1- and orchard are in a fine condition.
We have SI 1.1'HtK, I'll LY15KATE, LIMESTONE, SKT
and ORDINARY I'KlNKIMi WATERS. The niedirul prop
ertied and tho le-n--tit- derived from their uef are to well
known to re. (iiire recapitulation here.
Eaniilt'. can be a' coniniodated with (lothic Cottages that
surround the Lawn.
Th- scenery i- rmiianic and varied, such must hs-ss a
powerful charm for the tnot refined admirer of tbn beantifol
and grand in nature, Hiid presents the strongest attraction t"
both the invalid and pleasure seeker.
Customary amusements, such as
Dancing, Billiards, Bowling, &c,
CHANCERY COURT Maynardville.
April Rules, 1. Amended and Supplemental Bill.
Caswell Lyon atiJ W. C. Peters vs. Valentine Wyricb,
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING TO
J-the Clerk and Master that two cf the defendants, J.L. My natt
and Francis Lyon are non-residents of the State ofTennessee, so
the ordinary process of law cannot be served upou them : It is
therefore ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks ia Brownlow's Whig, notifying the defendants, J. L. My
natt aud Francis Lyon, to appear at the next Term of the
Ghanrory Court of I'nion countT, to be held at the court-house
in Maynardville, on the first Friday after the third Monday of.
juue next, to pieao, answer, or aemur v) couiiiaiuan. a nu, v
the same will be taken for confessed and set for hesring
parte as to tlwin. .. M ia -.
ted a li'
to b objectionable I
.pilar daily mail coaches .cave
r,g Our b
Our terms of board w ill
raugemeuf will be niad
seaou. For further particulars
every efloit to protect their
Norhit.int char:- s in evi ry directioii.
1- and b-lding are new and first quality. a
e Very reasonable, and liberal ar
for families wishing to spend the
J. L. KING, Atlanta, C.a.,
or, J. P. FLANDERS CO.,
Montvale springs, via Knoxville, Teuu.
TARM WANTED IN East Tennessee,
-a- near Knoxville or Chattanooga, containing one two
hundred Acres, part woodland. Quality of soil mnt be good,
dwelling also good and in i;ood repir. with au agreeable pros
pect. Please give a full description, w ith price, and indicate
clearly the locality and name of road, as tbc.advertiser wishes
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In short, if you wish to re,t.r- your hair, as in youth, and
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dd bv all Uru-i-t-
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(.LM.UAL A .tNT, Knoxville, T nu.
C. M. MctfllKF, President, Jos. II. MlP HII.I., Ca-bier.
ou t- k Ocoee Bank Building.
WU'L- TRANSACT GENERAL HAS K-
W I'(i aud Brokerage Busine-, receive deposits, isMie
certificate of deposit, deal in Kvhaii(fe, buy Gold, Silver.
Bank Notes, Bonds aud Mock-.
Stockholders Individually Liable.
Ci M. McC.HKK, JOS. K. MITCH KM.,
.I0. It. BKANNKK.
THOS. II. CALLOWAY",
SAM I'LL HINT.
C0USTY COURT MAEYVILLE.
I-BTTTIO!! TO SILL LAUD.
Samuel C. Flauian. Adm'r, lo., vs. th Heirs of Ander
son L. Tay or, deceased.
TT APPEARS FROil THE PETITION
JL filed In this cans that Hartmen E., Eujene P., Panllae,
Hatter. Ida. Walter, Xdgar and lrvln Taylor, mpondeats. are,
nan-residents of the state of Tennessee : It Is therefore order.
d that publication be made for four successive weak la
Brownlow's Whig, notifjin said respondents to appear at
a County Court to be held for the couuty of Blount, at th
court house in M arysille, on th first oaday la July neat.
wha and where they can plead, answer, or demur to com
plainant's petition, or th same will b taken for confessed sad
set for hearing part as to them.
JlayiU, ISO. v. i i-v.tti.li. tiers,.
.- NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS.
James C. Cliborne, et al, vs. Charlotte Cliborne, t a!.
rPHE RESPONDENT, THOMAS J.
oWELL, bint a non-resldett of Ttnnee, as stated
in the SuppUmenial bill filed la this case : It I ordered that
l'?.Uc"0; u 'or four successive weeks in Brownlow's
w blg.notifyinj said mpoadeut to spuear tutor th Cbaocry
Court at Knoxville, n tbe nfth Monday in July eeit, thea and
there to make defonse to th bill, or tbe same will be taken
o?t? orte? t0 "4 'Ur brr,n e" P",e- A n"
May 18, 1806. Pf5 D. A. DEADERICK, C. 4 M.
Catherine Daniels vs. John lanle!s
THE DEFENDANT, JXO. DANIELS
I- having left the Stat of Tennessee, as charged In the bill :
It is ordarod that putdication be made for four successive
weeks in BrownloWVhig, notifying said respondent to ap
pear before the Chancery Court at Knoxville, on th fifth Mon
day of J nly next, thu and there to make defense loth bill,
or th same will be taken tor confessed and set for hearing
ex parte. A copy of tbe order.
May 16, I. pfS D. A. DEADEEICK, C. A M.
0. P. Temple vs. Burwell f. Badjett, Jr.
THE DEFENDANT, BEING A NON-
1- resident of Tennessee, as stated in the bill : It is ordered
that publication t made in Brownlow's Whig for four suc
cessive weeks, notifying said respondent to appear before the
Chancery Court at Knoxville, on tbe fifth Monday of July
next, then and there to make defense to th bill, or the same
will be taken for confessed, and set for hearing ex parte. A
copy of the order.
May 10, 1S06 P. A. I'EADEKICK, C. A M.
Thomas P. Cobb, Admistrator, v. F.lbort Col b, and others.
THE RESPONDENTS, THOS COBB
JL and a son of Caledonia West, a miuor, name not known,
being non-residents of the State of Tennessee, as stated in tho
bill: It is ordered that putdication be made for four succes
sive weeks iu Brownlow's Whl, notifying said ruspondeut
to appear before the Chancery Couit at Knoxville, on the nfth
Monday of July next, thru and there to make defense to
the bill, or the same will be takeu for coufes-ed as to them.
and st for hearing ex parte. A copy of the order.
May Id, lSi.'..-pto-lt D. A. VEAULBK K, C. A M.
CHANCERY COURT RUTLEDGE.
Pleasant Whitlow vs. Elizabeth Pritcbard and others.
'THE DEFENDANTS, ELIZABETH
1- rniTCHARD. Scrihla Camper. James II. Camper and
wife Mary, William K.Foldeu and wife M.ttha. Pahs V. Pritcb
ard, Thomas Pritcbard, Elizabeth 1'riuhard, LucvJPnt. hard.
Jackson rrltcnard and Jennie rntciiard, being nun residents
of the State of T nnise, as charged lu the bill : It is ordered
that publication be made for four successive w,rks iu Xroon
low 'o hiic. notilMnK said defendant to appear betore the
Chancery Court at Uuiledice, ou the third .Monday of Juua
next, then and there to make defcuse to said bill, or the
will lie takefl for coufessc.l aud set for hearing tx parte. A
copy of the order.
May 13'jG-ltpfT.. C. C. SMI I II, C. .H.
Rulh Jones vs. Elizabeth Pritchar.l Jtul others.
ITC1I.VRD, Srrilda Camper, James II. Camper and
wif- Mary, William K. lolb u au l wit M.irtha, Pall V.
I'rifehai i. KliiaUth Pritchard, Lucy Pritt-bard, J i. ku
I'riti har i. Thomas Piitchard and Jennie Pntchaid. beln uou
rei'lenfs ft ihe State of Teuuess-.-e, as chaiged iu th bill ; It
is or l. reil that publication be made lor four sucCcssit weeks
iu Brow nlow's hi";, notifying said def ndauts to appear be
tore the t h am-erv ..urt at Hutledse, ou the third Monday f
June next, then .net there to ni.ik" defense to said bill, or the
-am' will " t.tken tor confessed aud set lor hearing e part..
A copy of the order.
May V; IsoC-pfO C. C. SMITH, C. A M.
William. McConncll vs. JI.ihaLi McConrio.ll atid others.
THE DEFENDANTS, ORLENA DU-
sL VALL, Bowline Duvall, Oscar McConnell and Thomas
M. McCunuell, bring nou-resiJents of the Mate of TrimeM-ee,
as showu by tli atiidavit : ltisordcivJ that pullicaliun h
made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notify
ing said defendants to appear before the Chancery Court at
Uulledgo, uu the third Mund.iy ul Juue next, theu and ther
te m ike defense to the bill hied iu this ca-e, or the same will
he taken for confessed, aud set for hearing ex parte, as to
them. A copy uf the order.
May K lsw-ltpfj. C. C. SMITH, C. Jt M.
AM Pl EN SIDNEY
A Primarv School fur bov Address
uiarllif ' J. N. PAYNE, Priucljal.
IF YOU HAVE TETTER, SCALY
1 Eruptions, Fiuiples or Blotches ou the face, l lcers linn
uiug Sores, or anv disease arisiug from an mipuie state ot too
h ood, go to lu.' JAMES Ki'UtiEiiS, and get a hottl- .,f
r-g Constitutional Life Syrup. feiotf
" Live Books for Live Teachers "
THE NORMAL SERIES
ARITHMETICS I MATHEMATICS,
EDWARD BROOKS, A.M.,
Pressor of Matbametics In the State N'ormi! School uf l'enn.i..
Comprising a full C'.ir?e f ji
Commoa Scvo Is, H gh SchooLs, Academies,
Seminaries and formal Schools.
'piIE PLAN, SCOPE, THOROUGH-
I NESS and perfect simplicity of this Series comm. u 1 It
to the judgment and approval of all who examine it. It m
braccs the following works :
BROOKS' NORMAL PRIMARY ARITHMETIC.
Designed for the child's first text-book iu the science of Arills
metic. A thoroughly philosophical and original wo,'i lu
plan and treatment.
brooks' NORMAL LLEMETARY ARITIIMEIH ,
For Primary Schools, is designed to furnish as Iutrodm t ry
Course iu Written Arithmetic, and is confined t th" rul. - and
problems most nsed in every day business.
BROOKS' NORMAL MENTAL ARITHMETIC,
A complete text-!ook upon the subject of Mental Arithui' tk,
acknowledged to bo the most philosophical and exhauatlvr
work of the kiud that has yet appeared, is now used as a stan
dard work iu the majority of the be-t schools iu Pennsylva
nia. It contains a few pages of Mental Algebra, showing l!m
use of the algebraic letters iu working problems imolwaa;
BROOKS' KEY TO NORMAL MENTAL ARITH
METIC, A lucid expositor to th above, contains uiauy excellent sug
gestions and as au assistant to, the teacher vfftMeutal Autb
inetic, or the private stnilvut, will be fouud of great vin,-. It
contains valuable snggestious on methods of Teaching M-utal
Arithmetic, and also au iute restiug collection of piuiilems for
working up classo during a dull exercise.
BROOKS' NORMAL WRITTEN ARITHMETIC.
Designed to accompany the Normal Mental Arithmetic, i-
admirable a treatise upon tbe science of nuui'ters tint it ha
caused the repeated rc i-ion of other wot Us ith wbit h it ha
come iu competition.
BROOKS' KEY TO THE NORMAL WRilTEJf
Designed as a Key to the abovu in which the principle n
niethods of Teaching therein pre-ented arc more fully dev. lop
ed, for the aid of instructor aud Student.
BROOKS- NORMAL ELEMENTARY GEOMETRY,
Designed as au Elementary Work for Popular use, contains
many uew aud simplified demoustratious in Iji-uiuetry and
Trigouometrv. It presents the practical part ol the suhectin
almut one-half of the space Usually d-wlcd tj it, lthot
breakiug the chaiuof logic, and is regarded as a most tain! 1
addition to our educational literature. A uninbcr t Piacti
cal I'lolih-uis .ire i;iveu attereacb Book, applying the priifi
pks t.tuht iu tiie demoustratious. Thiuucs f'r origiusl
thought, withotit iletiiou-tratious, aie also given, i--qiui:Mg
pupils t' try tin ir unfledged wins' 'a demoua'.iating itu"Ut
the ,ii, of the text.
The publishers of the foregoing works, M. ssi s. Sw.-i, B.. :
I'olt-. have iu their ".mmId letters recoiiimeudln ti:l-entile
S ins iu UaUciiiig terms from a l.HK" nuuiln-r ol tl
mot prouiiueut educational aM-tiatcs iu this cout.tiy, in Hi
ding such names as John S. il.irf. LL. D. ; Jauic V.:t- r-,
I'jiuclpal, Acad, my Depai tluelit, l uivel-lty at LcWi- oiijt.
Pa. ; Thos. C. Porit r H I1, I'rulessor Natiiui .vieiic s, 1 lai.t
liu aud Marshal Coll. ge, Lancaster, Pa. ; J .sepb tv. n,., ,.
Professor ot Practical M ithauiatics, I'hil.jd. Ui.ia ' uir.il
High School, aud mine others.
SOWEU, BAEM, A 1'ijTIS.
B -'Ics.iicrs and etutlo.p rs,
w.irT-Cm J'o. 37, V Third sir . t. Tin!. el U,
CHANCERY COURT JAMEaTOWN-
Au icisoiiji meh, A luiiuistiatur of J.imi s 3IiiUr, deceased, vs.
V illiam Bartb stou el ;;ls.
'1'IIE DEFENDANT, Wm. Bahile.-ton,
JL brlug a uou-r- sldeiit of the M il", as i hiu .I ,u tu. t ,a;
It is or hied that publication be and .- f.,r four su. c -s.-e
Week- lnBlOvv uiov s Whi, Uolll yiug sal I defeli l.mt to up
(ear before the Chancery Court at Jam-. stow u, ou th- -rr ...,
Monday in Uctob. r ii"xt, then and there t' make his -H .-i
to the bill, or the same, will be taken for C.-ule--ed aii l s. t 1 t
hearing ex parte as to him. Also, uotitvin; ill p. ir-.ns t:...t
tle y are enjoined and d. strained Ileal lii-tltiitin or pi' x...ut
in suits a.'aiii-t - nd Iiio li, a- mkIi A'luiini-'rator.
xiay Si, si.o. Iiplo U. . U Al htN, A Al
CIRCUIT COURT HUN TSVILLE.
rtmios. rva HMi'.,
Josiah M.ircum vs. Eliira Marcum.
IT APPEARING TO THE CLEKK
A. fiom the petition filed in this cause, that the. def..u ant
has no p ruiaueut place of residence, and is prohmMy in K n
tncky : It is ordered that publication Is. ma b: tu Urwii-uw t
Whig lor fonr siicci s-ive weeks, notifying the said fclzna to
appear V-fre the Judire of the Circuit Court, at a court ! b
held for the county of Scott, aud court house iu Hunt-'. il, u
the ;d Monday of August next, theu and thro to m.ik- ie
teuvf to -aid suit ur the s.tru-j will t-taken lor confess,.-! ud
s-t for hearing ex parte.
set for hearing ex parte.
Wituess.lt. 1'emls rtou. Clerk of -aid court, at oSS n
Iluiitsxille, ou the id Motid iv of April, 1-M..
May Si, lsilt- " K. PEMBEIlIcN, ' 1- rk.
'i Tic t A '-rxr i;iimik ii'iit.
i 'hfttannvga, 1'eriu.. May ill. l-' v. (
''HE UNDEKSIGM:!) HAYING
assiu-ued to th-duty of collecting d.s-.as. d I ii:.
Soldiers throughout Ea-t Tcunessev, into the Natiou.il Vine
try at Knoxville. Tciii!., respectfully request- that any rst.U
knowing "f th" l aii"U ol -raves "I an I nioi, S. l.ti. .-, ,.t
p,-, ..d of any information that may b ad to the dwn. ry . f
anvsinli raves in out of the way place. -s. 1 1 . uiiiiimiim. ::.,
-neb iriforiuation to this office.
W. A. WAINWKIi.ll T,
iii '-ot Bvt. Major and A. M.
John IV Jf.i.fc. Ttca-nrer "f Maryvilh- Cvlb
OLDIERS' BOUNTY CERTIFICATES
bonsht at highet rates, by the Knoxville Depository .
layl-tf JOS. It. -XI ITCH K L I., Cashier.
INK NOTES WANTED. AT TIIE
jriMii: PLAINTIFF. ON AFFIDAVIT.
I -L sax s the defendant is iud-bted f - him, and that le- -
. absconds that the ordinary process of law cannot be serx. I
' upon him. aud having obtained an original attachment
I against the estate of the defendant ma le retui liable Vloio J-.
i Ambrister, a Justice of the Peace for Blount county, an I ih
! same having Deen lex test on his property : It is ordered by said
! Jnstice that the defendant appear l-f."re him at bn oftVe in
M.iryvilb.-, on the Ji.th day of t'etotsr next, or th- -am.-
willls.-proceeded with ex parte. It is further ordered that
1 this notice be publi-h'd for four successive weeks in Hrcxvn-
'"MayJi'-tt Ji'SKPH A.MBKISTEK, J. P.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.
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