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CHANCERY COtTET TAZEWELL.
' H. E. Kioeald, t ala, v. Martha Lui, et al.'
IN THIS XJATJSE IT APPEARING
-I that lb defendants. Jam M. Kincaid. John KIncald,
Ymek KJaceld end Mnrrallna Kincaid ara n..n.iiMiM of
4 be State of Tennessee, m afaoara In tbe bill : It ( orTsd that
) ibllcation be made in Brownlow'a Whig, for fcor uecasaiTe
okl notifying aaid defendant to appeu before tha Chancery
Jwirt at Taxewell, on tba 2d Monday of October next, tnea
And there to .defend aaid bill or tba nan wU1 .uke" ,
afcawed as to tbcm and t for heart" part. A copy or
xba order. - . .
; T N. BOIT. 0. i.
Sept 12.18M V; JAM B- EVANS, 1). C. A M.
A. Robinson ana wife, (!, VT. Rose, el al.
IX -THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
hat the dafeadaata, William 8. Soaa aud Daniel G. Miller, aie
Tioa-raatdaatt of tba Siata of Tenneaeee, as shown iu the bill :
It i. ordarad that publication ba mad ia Brownlow's Whig
lor foor tncoxwlre werke, notifying aaid defendants to ap
Twar befiw tba Chancery Court at Tazewell, on tba 2d Monday
f Octobar aait, tben and there to defend aaid bill, or the
mil will ba takaa aa confessed aa to tuem, and set for bearing
I part. A copy of the order.
r. X. BODDT, C A V.,
fcpt 12,1866 By 4AMES B. EVANS, V. C. M.
John L Brown Adm'r, io ve. Tleatant Johnson and
TN THIS CAUSE1 IT APPEARING
that tba defendante, 0. 0. Webb and Jaines H. V ebb, are non
reaidanta Of tba State of Tennessee, aa shown in the bill :
wraered tbat publication be made in Brownlow a Whig lor
foor eaceeaatve Weeka, notifying aaid defeudauta to appear Be
fore tba Cbanearj Court at Tewell, o. tba 2d Monday of Oc
tober nast, then and there to defend aaid amt or "
will bo taken aa confessed aa to them and act fur bearing ex
fart.. A copy of the order. p jj BODDV, C. A M..
Bptl2, lte6-it By JAMES B. EVANS. I. C. A M.
CHA CERY COUBT Jacksboro'.
ejeorge Delap, Ada r, Ac, ve. the IJeira of Andrew A Ttbitha
TT APPEARING FROM THE ALLE-
' A CATIONS of tba bill that Henderaon M array and Bebecca
nil wile, J. M. Delap, and the Belraof David Craver, deceased,
ara aoa-raeldenta of tba State of Tenneaeee : It is ordered by
tba Clerk at Boies, tbat publication be made fur four succea
lea weeks, notifying aaid non-reaident defendant to appear
before tba Chancery Conrt at Jacksboro', on tbe fourth M ou
tlay in Oetot-r, 1866, to make defence to aaid bill, or tbe aame
will ba taken for confessed and aet fur hearing accordingly.
August 29, 14 ptt F. H BBATCUEB, C. A M.
Elizabeth Dor et. 8. H. Car.
IT APPEARING FROM THE ALLE-
TIONB of the bill that tba defendant, S. H. Dor, ia a non-resident
of Tennaaaea : Ii Is ordered by the Clerk and Master that
publication ba made for four successive weeks In Brownlow'a
whig, notifying tba defendant to appear at our next Chancery
Tonrt at Jacksboro', on tba 4th Monday in October, 1860, and
make defence to aaid bill, or tba aame will be taken for con
leased and aet for bearing ex parte.
Augustus, loCo-it r. H. BBATCHEB, C. A M.
CIRCUIT COURT JAMESTOWN.
Fentreee County, Tenn., July Tcriu,lGC.
Smith A Waide vs. B. P. Herndon.
Coorge Miller re. Isaac Smith and Barney McDonald.
Eii Hatfield ve. Barney McDonald aud Isaac Smith.
Tanny Smith t. Jamea Owens and Isaac Smith.
Treston Uufl vt. William Miller.
Secry Mace it. John Owens, Thomas Cullum, John Simpsou,
John Bill and Noab Story.
William Suiners rt. W. II. Williams.
ON AFFIDAVIT OF THE Plaintiffs
in tba foregoing caeca, it appearing that all the defend
ants ara aon-reaidenta of this State, or so el con J that ordi
nary prooeaa cannot be served upon them : It is therefore or
darad tbat publication ba made in Brownlow'a Whig for four
neceeeiTe weeks, notifying tbe aaid defendants to appear be
fore tba Jndge of tbe Circuit Court, at court bouse in James
tows, on tbe 1st Monday after the 4th Monday in November
next, to defend their aaid suits, or they will be taken tor con-
Teeeed ana aet for bearing ex parte.
August 29, 1806-4t ISAAC WOOD, Clerk,
Notice to the Publio, 1
In tba year IWA, taa writer mbarLed in' tba Drag Buai
neea ia the city of Philadelphia, and while thaaeacagod, made
aoreral (xperimeutj ia regard ta the at oat desirable mode ef
preparing Fluid Extracts. My efforts being successful th.
articles being approved and need by the Medical Faculty I
was deairons of placing them before tba public, but hesitated
for some time before concluding to resort to newspaper advar
lining, knowing tbe prejudkea that agisted ia tbe miada of
many against using advertised Medicine or Neafrauss, but
through the advice of friends and those who bad used them
this objection w as overcome.
After 18 years' cicrtiona, commencing in a small way, tbe
popularity vt my articlea has extended to all parte of tba
t nited States, and widely throughout Foreign countries and
this in tbe face of much opposition. Every meaaa has been
resorted to by unprincipled dealers einca their merit aud sue
cess have been know ancb aa advertising larger bottles at lest
price, censuring all other preparations, and eva copying toy
advertisemente-imt I am harry to tat that ont of the many
who baie retorted to this, none have been successful.
in this notice it to make facta known to tbe public and re
spectable dcalvre, believing, after ao many yeara' exertions,
tbat the Druggists will discountenance such proceedings, and
tbat tbe reputation of my articlea may not be damaged by the
use of inferior or spurious ones.
Kuowing tbat many may read this article who art unacquain
ted with me, I append a few remarks from those of my native
city, and w hose names are known to all parts of the world :
" Being personally acquainted with Hr. B". T. Hulmbold. it
affords me pioaaure in stating I have bean moat favorably im
preseea wun nut energy ana integrity, and gratiBea at nut
uccew." WM. WEIGHTMAN,
Firm of Powers A Welghtman,
Ninth and Brown Etreeta, Philadelphia.
L'm'N0 BuHttin, Philadelphia.
"When on a visit to the city of New Tork a few days ago,
I was induced to call on mv old friend and townsman Mr. T.
T. Helmbold, Druggist, 69 Broadway, N. T. Hit Store ia a
Model-a perfect (rem tbe handsomest of any kind wa have
ever bad tbe pleasure of viewing, and so extensive, being 34
leet iront, nva stories in neignt, ana over sou reet deep, it
indeed affords ns much pleasure to know that ha baa been so
successful, and it la ample evidence of the merita of his arti
cles as ia our whole business experience we have not knowa
of tbe success of any article without Merit advertising mere
ly bringing the name before tbe people."
' We do like to advertise worthless wares, or ariticlea cal
culated to deceive onr readers ; and when we see an advertiser
like Mr. Helmbold, whom we have knowa far years, gradual
ly extend his advertising from year to year until ba becomaa
the largest advertiser in the United Btates, we ara satisfied that
the statements in regard to bis articlea must be correct."
Tbe writer reluctantly inserts the above, and would not do
so were be not a stranger to many ; and conclndea by stating
the names of his articles, and the disease for which they hare
been used by many thonsands with complete success.
CHANCERY COURT DANDRIDGE.
"Wileon C. Witt, Adm'r of Simon Bcttis, Jcc'J,
Emily Bettia and Duke Eettis.
TT APPEARING FROM THE
A. allegations of tbe bill which are sworn to, that rcepon
4enta, Emily Bettia and Duke Butt is are uon-reeldunts of the
State of Tenneaeee and that tbe ordinary process of law can
not be served upon them : It ia therefore ordered by tbe Clerk
and Master at bis September Kulee, that implication be
mad for four aucceaaive weeka iu Brownlow'a Whig, no-
Drying aaid reepouaent to appear be lure the Chancellor at a
. (Chancery Conrt to be beld for tbe county of Jefferson, at the
rourt house in Dandridge, on the first Monday al ter tbe fourth
Monday of October next, tben and thero to plead, answer,
aVssanr or otherwise make defense to raid bill, or the same will
fee taken for confessed and tbe cause set dow n for bearing cx-
CeptemberS, lWpf5 WM. GALBHAITH, C. A M.
caiamaL bill, rca sale oh rAEmroN or bt.l L3X:l.
m.T .Jraaki'a uo i of Joan loppick. dec u. ct al, lgaac
Alderson and wife, et al.
IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC-
HON tt tba Clerk and Master from tbe allegations of the bill
aaat respondents, E. Walker and I'aricilla, his wife, formerly
Carlcilla Copplck, are cilitens of the State of Illinois; that
pondenta, D. W. Uoskins and Sarah, bis wife, formerly Sa
rah Coppick, ara citizens of the State of Missouri , tbat Isaac
Coppick and Margaret Frazier, formerly Coppick, removed to
the State of Ohio, and both died there without ueirx, so far aa
romplainants know ; that George Coppick removed to the
tat of Arkansas, and also died without issue, o for as com
laments know : It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Mas
Mr, at his September Kul, JeGG, tbat publication be made for
lour successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying the
bova named respondents, also tbe Mcirs at Law of the Isaac
Coppick, Margaret Frailer and Geo. Coppick-, if any there be.
To make their personal appearance bofora the Chancellor at a
Vhancery Court to be beld for the county of Jefferson, State
f Tennessee, at tbe court bouse iu Dandridge, on too first
Monday after the fourth Monday of October next, then and
then to plead, answer, demnr or otherwise make defense, or ,
lbs bill will be taken for confessed as to them aud tuc canse
net down for bearing ex parte. A copy of the order.
September 6, 1806 pf5 WM. GAILBRAITH, C A M.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT OP BUCHU
will cure all diseases of tbe Kidneys and Bladder. Cures Pain
or Weakness in tbe Back, Strictures, Ac. ; Cures weak NerTea,
Lots of .Vemory, Trembling, Dimness of Vision.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT OP BUCHU
is a pure fluid extract, not a weak tea or infusion. Is tbe one
thing needful for all complainta Incident to Females. For
particulars send lor Circular.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
cures Gravel and Dropsical Swellings exulting in Men, Women,
or Children ; in fact, ALL DISEASES requiring the aid of a
Diuretic. It is the greatest Tonic and Diuretic known per
fectly safe, pleasant in taste and odor, and immediate in its
Fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla,
One bottle c.jui aleut in strength to one gallon of the Syrup of
It reaches the ix-at of the disease immediately, expelling all
AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
DRY GOODS. &c.
Gay Street, 3 tfow South f Ococc Bw.i, r
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS and CAPS,
; ' - V . GROCERIES,
and VIRGINIA SALT.
- t - - ' '
Agents loc l airbank'a Standard Scales of all kinds.
mar7tf BSANKEB JOHNSTON.
FLUID LiITllAOT BUCHU
JULIUS OCHS & CO.,
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW
Far ham's Hall,
next door to E. J. banford A Co.'s Drug House, opposite First
They have fitted up their capacious bouse in the most ele
gant style, and having condensed their entire stock, and with
the addit ion of a ucw and elegant .
have how tho largest and best assorted
Retail House in East Tennessee.
They wffl always keep a largo aasortmeent of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
NOTIONS, DRESS TRDDHNGS,
; EMBRODERIES, PIECE GOODS,
GENTLEMEN and BOYS' CLOTHING,
LINEN, ZEPHY and SILK SACKS,
CARPETS, FLOOR and TABLE
LADIES', MEN'S and BOYS'
SHOES and BOOTS,
LADIES', 3LENS' and BOYS' HATS.
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES.
Also a large variety of
HARDWARE, SADDLERY, CLOTHING,
LIQUORS, WINES, and CIGARS,
aud a great many other articles too numerous to incuticu.
All these goods will be sold at tbe lowest possible prices.
All kinds of country produce taken at the highest market
Wa will offer such inducements to purchaser us to merit
their patronage; at tho samo time wo tender our thanks to
our friends and customors for their kind patronage in our old
stands, and respectfully solicit a continuance in our new and
elegant house, and we hope by polite attention, honest nud
fair dealing and low paiccs, to gain your confidence.
Please give us a call. JULIUS OCHS A CO.,
Green Tillars, ntit door to E. J. Sanford A Co.
BOOT, SHOE AND LEATHER - STORE,
HARNESS LEATHER. .
SHOE PEGS, "
FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS, MADE TO ORDER!
LEATHER BELTING, Made to Order!
All Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Points ou Railroads, do.
V 'Y . J. S. VAN GILDEB,
' -. Sign Biff Boot KnoxTille, T at
DBY GOODS, &c.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
George S. Ecklo, Adm'r, vs. John L. Jacobs.
IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC-
TION of the Clerk and Master from tho allegations of com
plainant's Mil which is sworn to, that the respondent, John L.
Jacobs is a non-resident of tho State of Tennessee, and the at
tachment in this cause, having been returned levied upon re
spondent's property : It is therefore ordered that publication
to made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, noti
fying said respondent to appear before tbe Chancellor at a
Vbancery Court to be held tor the county of Jefferson, at the
rourt house in Dandridge, on the first Jlouday aftor tbe fourth
Jlonday of October nszi, tben and there to plead, answer, de
' mar or otherwise make defense to said bill, or the same will
ba taken for confessed and the cause set down for hearing ex
jwrte. A copy of tbe order.
eVptember 6, 1809 pf5 WM. OAI.BK.VITH. C. Jl M.
Thomas Walker vs. Job L. Jacobs.
IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC-
TION of tba Clerk and Master, from the allegations of the
bill, wbl'-h are sworn to, that rospendout, Jobn L. Jacobs, is a
Doa-rseideat of the btata of Teuncesee, or so absconds or con
caala himself that the ordinary proceaa of lew cannot be aerved
a him, and tbe attachment in tins cause having been return
ad levied upon respondents property : It is therefore ordered
that publication be made for four successive weeks in Brown
low'a Whig, notifying said respondent to appear before tbe
Chancellor at a Chancer.. Court, to be held for the county
of Jefferson, State of Tennessee, at the court house
in Dandridge, on the first Monday alter the fourth Monday of
October next, then and thero to plead, answer, demur or olu
wise make defense to aaid bill, or the s.tme will be taken for
confessed and the cause aet down for hearing ex parte. A
copy of the order.
tcptmber5. lsfti-ttpf. WM. GALBRAITH, C. M.
rETinos roB rivoRcr.
Eli Blair vs. Arminta Blair.
T APPEARING THAT THE DEFEN-
A. DAST, Arminta Blair, is a non-resident of the State of
Tennessee: It is ordered that publication bo made for four
eaeeeesive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defend
ants, to appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court to be held
for the county of Sevier at the court house in Seviervillc in
the third Monday of Sevember next to plead, auswer, or d'
saur to said petition, or the same will bo taken as confessed
and set for hearing ex parte.
September 6, 1866 plj A. K. MI EI'H Y, Cl-.rk.
PETITION FOR riVORCC
Mary Ann Tapp va. John Taw-.
IT APPEARING THAT THE DEFEN-
DAST, John Tapp, it- a uon-reident of the State of Ttnuee
aaa: It ia ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow'a Whie. notifving said defendant to ap
pear before the J ad -e of the Circuit Court to be held for the
onnty of Sevier at the court house in Sevierville, ou the third
Monday of November next, to plead, answer, or demur to
aaid petition, or the same will be taken as confessed and pet
for bearing ex parte.
September S, lS66-4tpfd A. E. M UK Tit Y, Clerk.
Jfthn Looper 4 Co. in their own name, and Agouti lor
J. C. Fght A Co., ve. Dick Hogue.
TT APPEARING ON AFFIDAVIT OF
the plaintifis in this cause that Dick Hogue, the defeu Jant,
" ?5Briq,nt of this State, or so abscouds that the ordina
PJ0"" of law caaauM be aerved on him : It is therefore or
aerad that publication ba made for four imcceeslve weeks in
Brewalp's Whig, commanding the aaid Dick Hogue to ap
f' before ma at my office in the town of Jamestown, on the
"tajoadayin October next, to defend said suit or the same
Wi t""D toT confessed and set for hearing ex parte.
tB,, Eu Mullinox, Justice of the Tcacc, Feutrcss county,
the 24th of August, 1S6G.
eapt i, lascpfiit ELI MULLIXOX, J.T.
CHANCERY CO URT-M ARYVILLeT"
Granville H. Header vt. John Hunt aud others.
TT APEARS FR03I THE ALLEGA-
of the bill tbat Philander M. Feeder, one of tbe
Mnnte, 1. a non-resident of the State of Tennessee, or o
absconds that tbe ordinary process of law cannot be eeived
upon him : It ia therefore ordered tbat publication bo mado
lor bur sncceeeiTo weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifyiug biui
appear at the nest term of the aaid court, to be held at the
ourt house in Maryville, on the aecoud Monday of December
next, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to said bill,
or tba same will be taken as confessed and set for hearing ex
jarte aa to him. W. C. TICK ESS. C. & M.,
Pt 5, 1806 rO By E. CODDAKD. D. C. A M.
one-Betention or Incontinence of Urine. Irritation. Inflam
mation or Ulceration of the Bladder or Kidneys, Diseases of
tbe frustrate Gland, Stone in tbe Bladder, Calculus, Gravel or
Brick Dust Deposit, and all F incases of the Bladder, Kidneys,
ana iropsical swellings.
lrIiiI I2xiract Buohu,
Weaknesses Arising from Indiscretion.
Tbe Constitution once affected with Organic WtakntM re
quires the aid of Medicine to ttrengtheit and incigerat the
tyntem, which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU invariably
does. 11 no treatment is suommea to consumption or insan
Xluitl Extract Suelm,
In affections peculiar to " Fcmalks," is unequalled by any
otner preparation, ai ia Chlorosis or attention, irregularities,
painfulness, or Suppression of Customary Evacuations, Ulcer
ated or Scirrhous State of the L'tcrur Leucorrhoe and all com
plaints Incident to the tex, whether arising from habits of
dissipation, imprudence or in the decline or change In life
Fluid Extract Buchu
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically exterminate from the system Diseases arising
from Habits of Dissipation at Utile tapen, litiU or no
change indict, no inconvenience or trpoture; completely
superseding those unpleasant and dangtrout remediet.
Ovpatia and Mercury in curing those unpleasant and danger
OUR LADIES' BAZAAR,
wa have sold out to Mr. Emilo Frauck, and we respectfully to-
icit a share of public patronage for him. juncDOtf
USE HELMBOLD b
Fluid Extract Bucliu
In all cases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in Mule
or female, from whatecer oaute originating, no matter
now long manatng. it is pleasant in taste and odor, " tra-
medlate" in action, and more strengthening than any of the
preparations of Baric or Iron.
Those suffering from Broken down or delicate Constitu
tions, procure the remedy at once.
Tbe reader must be aware that however slight may be the
attack of the above disease, it is sure to affect hie Bodily
Health, Mental Powers and Happiness, and that of his pos
terity. Our flesh and blood are supported from these sources.
These articles, being of such strength, the dose is exceeding
ly siill. from this tact, it is used in the United states Ar
my Hospitals and public Sanitary Institutions throughout
MS Svld by all Druggists everywhere.
S3 Ask for Heluibold'e Take on other !
8,r" Cut out the advertisement and send for it, and by this
means avoid counterfeit.
DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE,
Opposite the Iot Office.
HAVING PURCHASED THE EX
TENSIVE and Fashionable stock of
Heretofore belonging t j 3. 0. FlaMjihs & Co.,
JAS. H. ARMSTRONG,
Would rc-pcufully inform his
OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS,
That he would be happy to wait on them again, guaran
Ae an bouse in
The Stock will be added to from day to diiy, by Expren, aud
itia honed tbat the most fastidious, as well as tho most eccnom-
ical, both of tho city and the country, can be pleased.
C021J2 OXE! COME ALL
B. S. CHAMBERLAIN.
W. r. CHAMEEHLAiy.
"Wholesale and Retail
Old Drug Store,
GEO. 8. THOMPSON.
THOMPSON Sc ASHBUItX,
Late of Springfield, 111.,
Attorneys and bolicltors of Claims,
No. 221 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
OPPOSITE WILLAED'S HOTEL, SEXT DOOR T( ADAMS EXPBEsi,
WASHINGTON, D. C. .
Ordnance aud Quartermasters' Accounts settled promptly
for Officers. Returns made out and adjusted by experienced
hands. Stoppages of Pay removed. Bounty Money, Prize
Money, Pensions, Commutation, Loss of Horses, Steamboats,
and all property lost in the Military service, prosocuted on
iberal terms. auglotf
I ATTORNEY AT LAW
; United States Claim Agent,
! KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Collcctinj promptly attended to in all the Counties of
POUNDS PURE WHITE Lead
Ufet received and for sale by
CHAMBER! AIN BP.O'S.
POUNDS SNOW WHITE
Zinc at CLUMBERLAND BKO'S.
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!
KENNEDY & BRO.,
Firtt doof rrit 1 th:- AVcA'iye '' D-pvkc Bank,
I3EG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
U old friends and the public generally, that they
Maiiufarturinpr and keep constantly
h very Nupvri"
BOXES GLASS 8x10 FOR SALE
sale by CHAMBEBLAIX BKO'S.
BOXES OF GLASS 10x12, FOR
salo by CHAMBERLAIN BKO'S.
I3E0SECUTES ALL KINDS
JL against the Government: alio,
Pension, Bounty, Back Pay. ic, c, uuo tnc friends of de
Government vouchers bought er colloctcd on fhc best terms.
Informal claims corrected and collected for horses, forage
and property taken.
Also, collects pay for negroes enlisted in the army belonging
to loyal citizens.
lie has a record of fhc death of all East Tennessee soldiers,
who have died belonging to the Union army. Be desires to see
all persons who drew a pension at the breaking out of the rebel
lion who have been loyal ; when the soldier died leaving a wid
ow, she is entitled, if no widow, the children, if no children, the
father, if no father, the mother. Ac. Tbe fees in this class of
cases is five dollars, and one dollar and fifty cents for each cer
tificate. He refers to Gen. S. P. Carter, Dr. Brownlow, Cols. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, 0. P. Temple, 6 ami E. Rodgera and Jndge
Office in basement story of the Court House. mayl4tf
G. CLAY SMITH.
C. P. WILCOX.
PURE IMPORTED AND NATIVE
A Wines and Liquors at CHAMBERLAIN BKO'S.
POUNDS BLUE STONE FOE
bv CHAMBERLAIN BRO S.
SMITH & WILCOX,
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law,
OFFICE ON MADISON STREET,
Between 5th and Cth,
WILL practice in tho Circuit Courts, Court of Appeals
Federal and Supreme Courts of the L'nited States.
HE' Claims of every character promptly attended to.
During the winter, Mr. Wilcox will be found at the office in
Covington, Mr. Smith will attend to business in Washington.
T ARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOILET
J-i and Fancy Articles at CHAMBERLAIN BRO S, j
I.. C TBOWBUIl'OE.
MEDICINES OF EVERY
:t CHAMBERLAIN BRO S.
TROWBRIDGE & CALDWELL,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
xA. AT LAW,
UY YOUR DRUGS AND MEDICINES
of CHAMBERLAIN BRO S,
aug29tl" At tbe Old Jrug store.
BARRELS COAL OIL JUST Re
ceived and for sale by CHAMBERLAIN BRO S.
BARRELS RAW AND BOILED
Linseed Oil just received and foa sale by
CHAMBERLAIN BRO S.
Office iu rear of tho Court House.
O. P. TEMPLE,
TTORNEY AT LAW,
UL'FEliEXVE. Governor Wm. G. Brownlow. jaalOtf
FLEMING & BROOKS,
A1 KXOXY1LLE, TEXX.
The undersigned have this day entered into partnership in
tho practice of Law, in tho State and FcderalCourts for East
Ofhce South-west corner of th" court-house, first floor.
December 1st, lStfj. JNO. M: FLEMING,
janlotf E. J. BROOKS.
- l w wr Jf, I- .:
STOVES AND TINWARE.
J." SHIRER & CCK
MAStFACTl'BEB AND PEALEBSIN
Till and Sheet-Iron Wares, Stoves,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Gay Street, 3d House North of Union Street.
- - .vnvunvy -war
TJ" IU ' J -fin
Mi- f?" I 1
Id ii ' T ;'H
COWAN, M'CLUNG & CO.,
GA Y STJiEET, KSOXY1LLE, TEXX.,
JJESIRE TO CALL THE Attention op
To th. ir
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK,
Which comprint tb
To ba fonnJ iu hiiv
HOUSE in the SOUTHERN STATES.
All ui nhioh have been puuhatei for
And will bo offered to tho
M as low prices as can be purchased in any Market.
NAILS, 3, 4, G, 6 and lOp, FINISHING
and clinch, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNO A CO.
CANDLES, STAR, WHOLE, HALF,
and quarter boxes, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNO A CO.
GLASS, 8x10, 10x12, IN STORE, AND
for sale. COWAS, McCLXXG CO.
CANDY, ASSORTED, STICK AND
fancy, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG & CO.
C. VAN iTEESBER;H.
MOTHERS, YOUR CHILDREN ARE
pineing away and dying, when yon can save them.
Mrs. Winslow's Vegetable Worm Candy,
Is certain, cafe and agreeable, aud the ouly purely vegetable
Worm Destroyer made. Trice ceuts.
Manufactured by OKO. . ALBEKS & BKO.,
i ll A 1 FKKLAIN BKO'S,
General Southern Anil-.
and lor win kiv t. 1'. Mil. li-II t'o., itepheuon ti Ii io ,
and Druggists g-nerally. niarJKtl'.
COTTON CAKDS, WHITTEJIORE,
J0. 10, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG 1 CO.
ATS AND CAPS, FULL LINES, IN
store, and for sale.
COWAJf, McCLCXG A CO.
Isc Husky, Adm'r of John llueky, Jec'd, vs. M. L.
Chambers, et a Is.
JT APPEARS FROM THE ALLEGA-
TI0KS of the Wll that John Husky, Wm. Iiutlty, Bacheland
nary Busty and Jobn Huaky ,def.ndanla,are nou-reidenta of
.? ot Ianaasa, cr so abscond that t he ordinary pro
aaof law cannot be served upon them : It ia therefore cr
4ere4 that pcblicaUon be made Tor four successive weeks iu
""ulow's Whig, Dotiiylng them U appear at the next tunu
the said court, to be held at tba court house in Maryville
on tba second Monday of Iceiuber neat, thin and there to
Jlaad, aaswar, or demur to said bill, or tbe tame will be ta-
aa coafaascd and act for bearing e parte aa to thorn
a . W C: riCKEXS-.C. A M
By E. G01HABI. h. c. 4 "a.
Jatnat J. Blount vs. Nathaniel VTilliaiBi, James W.Evcr-'
ILSKSfP8 FRblfTHE ALLEb'A-
. a -Lidlttr .,0nn Mi''K'r- uf the defendant.,
thal ort rT r-rL.fc'?tf of . or eo abond.'
1-i! JZ PotT of a cannot be s- rved upon bim :
t.ITPrni hat publication be made for four suc-
thTaait i., f tu. -V h,e- notifying him to appear at
J?feXt ? of tn ' "t, to be bHJ at the eonri hon-
'S.tIS This preparation, long and
'f iti favorably known, win thor
TT oughly reinvigorate broken
dewn and low-splriud horses,
by strengthening and cleans
tag the stomach and intes
jsaTX ,a- u is a sure prevcnutive
j l of an diieases lnctdeat to
this animal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, YELLOW
FOO'DERS, L08S OF AP
PETITE AND VITAL EN
RGT,Ac. Its use improves
th wind, increases the appc
tite gives a smooth and
glossy skin and transforms
the miserable skeleton into
a fine looking and spirited ffCws tLeS-
DOZEN AND BUNCH THREAD,
4 - A SII E E T I IX &9
Grain & Flour Sacks,
To which we invive tbe attention Ucrchauts aud tbe pub
To keepers of Cows this preparation is invaluable. It in
crease tbe quantity and lm
proves the) quality of the
milk. It has bcea proven by
actual experiment to increase
tho quantity of milk aad
cream, twenty per cent, and
makes the hatter firm and
sweat. Ia fattening cattle,
it gives them ' an appetite.
loosens their hide, and makes
them 'hrive much faster.
v .P..;u .V r. a at tne c
Ha ?" " Won'1 Mondy of lumber
55,. I . . 10 Plead, auswer or demur to aid bill, o
wmiatai-iz.ri... r ,a or t,ie ""e
. , - uuwi .or neanny ex
hept. , IW 4tpf5 By'E.'uOHliAHlJ
, V. M.,
, 1'. C. A M
Bebecca Len non, for the uaeof !. t n.. . ....
tor af William B. ln,iTa
JaaeA.Grant. -eceasM, vs. Daniel roland and
THIS SUIT WAS COMMENCED IiY
attachawat before a Justice of the Pm-. t. ..
from the affdavit of the plaintiff, Isai A.kiV onwhich
the attachment issued ia this case, that the defendautT i
lastly indebted to th estate of W iUiam B. Lennon, ocea
sand that they raaide oat of tbe State of Tenneaeee, so that the
ereUaary pracea of law cannot be aerved on them : It 1. there
for ordered that publication be made in Brownlow a t'bie for
fosur neoaaariv weeks, notifying said def.-ndants to appear be
for ma at my house, near Iiandridge, in Jeflrson county"
VeaasasfS, on the laet Saturday in March, 1m:T. and defend
tba suit thus commenced, otherwise the raniu will bepne. iW
frith t parte.
firpt. 11, l(Xi. JAMES n. CAKSOX, J. P.
In ail diseases of & wine, such as Coughs, Users Ia the Lungs,
Liver, c this article acts
as a specific. By putting
from one-half a paper to a
paper in a barrel of swill
the above diseases will be
eradicated or entirely pre
vented. If given in time, a
certain preventive and cure fcr the Hog Cholera.
-Jiice 25 Cents per Paper, or S Papers lor tl
lj.- PREPARED ST
.V. FOUTZ Ac BRO.,
'.olesue Di:n; j medkixe depot.
Is, IVj Franklin St., Baltimore, Mi
For sale by Chamberlain Brothers, KnoxvUle. Tenn.
and by Drug gists and Storekeepers throughout the United
SALT! SALT! I SALT!!!
also- made ariangelueuts tor a constant supply ef
in sacks and barrels, which
prices, freights added.
will h cid at manufacturer's
I'SISG B. T. BABBITT'S PTRK CONCENTRATED POT
ASH, or HKA D Y SOAP MAKER. Warranted double the
strength of common Potaitb, and auperior to any other sapon
iher or iey in the market. Put up in cans of 1 pound, '2 pounds,
3 pounds, 6 pounds and 1- pounds, wrtb directions in Englibh
and German fcr making Hard and Soft Soap. One pound will
mako 15 gallons of Soft Soap. No lime is required. Consum
ers will find this tho cheapest potash in market.
B. T. BABBITT. I
Nos. 61, 05, o6,67, t8, ti'J, 70, 72, aud 71 Washington St., N. Y
in store and for sale.
COWAN, MeCLUNU A CO.
TI.ETE lines, ill St.-
FULL AND COM-
", and for eal-.
COWAN, McCLl'Xti X CO.
DELAINES IN (JEEAT VARIETIES,
in store, .ili.l for sale. COWAN, MiTLl'NG A CO.
I, iu st
NES, COLLIN S AND
itore, aud for sal.-. COWAN,
3I.-CM N CO.
WILLIAM COFFFilAN & CO..
Knoxville and Jonesborough, Tennessee,
Manufacturers and Wholesale Tealers iu
Tin, Copper, Brass & Sliet Iron
B. T. BABBITT'S best Medicinal SALEKATCS, "made
from Common Salt." Bread mado with this Saleratus con
tains, when baked, nothing but common salt, water, and flour,
Nos. 64, 65, 6C, 67, 6, 69, 70, 72, and 74 Washington rt., New
Aud House furnishing Gooda general!.
ami r"ine.l j
CRUSHED, roVD EKED,
lb'w, in Kt"r, and for -ale.
COWAN, McCLl Ntl A CO.
COFFEE, GOOD, PRIME and CHOICE,
in store and for tab: COWAN, McCLl NG A CO.
PRINTS, MERRIMACK, RICHMOND,
Allen, Hamilton and other makes, in store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
B. T. BABBITT'8 STAB TEAST TOWDEB.
cuit or any kind of cake mav be made with this
dor" in 15 minutes. No shortonine is required
milk is used. - Nos. 61 to 74 Washington Street, New York.
B. T. BABBITT'S LABOR SAVING
SOAP. This soap is made from clean and pure materials,
contain) no adulteration of any kind, will not injure the most del
icate fabric, and ia especially adapted for woolens, which will
not shrink after being washed with this Soap. It may be nsed
in hard or salt water. It will remove paint, grease, tar, aud
stains of all kinds. One pound warranted equal to two pounds
of ordinary family soap. Directions sent with each bar for
making three gallons handsome soft soap from one pound of
this Soap. Each bar is wrapped in a circular, containing full
directions for use, printed in English and German. Ask your
grocer for " B. T. Babbitt Soap," aud take no other.
B. T. BABBITT, Nos. 64, 65, Ot:, 67, 6S, 69, TV, 72 and 71
V. ashington street, New York. Aprt-ly
Agents Tor the Sale or
I S. H. Ransom & Co.'s
Comprising a large variety cf
Cooking, Parlor and Heating
bill ALLE TO IHK WANTS Of lUt rEOFLL or It.NM-biLl..
The reputation of these Stoves is too well establithcj in this
; country to need comment.
Wo shall at all times keep ou hand a supply of the Moves
i ami an assortment of extra plates for repairs.
J- and for sale.
MADDER IN STORE,
COWAN, McCLlNG A CO.
CHEETING AND SHIRTING, Bleacii-
KJ ED and uutltacbed, 3-4, 7-8 and 1-4 ia store, and for aIo.
COWAN, McCLUXG A CO.
T EAD, BAR AND SHOT. IN STOIiE,
JU and for sale- COWAN, McCLl NG A CO.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, IN
store and for salo. COWAN, McCLl NG A CO.
SPICE, PEPPER, ALSPICE, CLOVES
and Ginger, in tore and fjr ejle.
COWAX, MoCLUSG A CO.
James Williams vs. John McCoy.
TN THIS CAUSE THE PLINTIFF,
A. on affidavit alleges that the defendant is Justly Indebted to
him, in the sum of two hundred dollars or thereabouts, and ha
uu u removea mat tbe ordinary process or law cannot be
aerved on him, and an attachment having been issued and re
.-,. a,,, wrrra on real enate or defendant: It ia
tner-iore ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whic, notifying the said defendant to
appear before me at my office in Jackaboro', on the first Mon
day iu April, lw.7, and make hia d. fenso to plainira suit, or
the aarna will be proceeded with ex parte.
Mt' J A. WAI8MAX, J. P.
We are also receAiug a good arsortment of
MRS. WINSLOW'S MYSTIC PILLS
A RE THE ONLY SAFE AND TRULY
aJ. arracnvi medicine for Females extant.
Jt ulVi? 3r'r hUh' ,nd nse heap and dangerous
SK lh n?Sgists may have bought, and will recom
mend to you. being ignorant of their qualities.
oDenscorrU?In " "ly,'t " mi" i their
. f11 ,rreg"laritiea and painful menstrua
tion ; remove all obstructions whether from cold or otherwise
,2 W mher shoold ta i-hout them.
Aak for Mr. Wissiow's Mvsrit- Tills. Tate none other
Price S2 per box, or 3 boxes for 5. For rale b, , i dr0
6l3ls- . CHAIMBEKLAIN BlinS b
WM. COFFMAN V CO.,
Knoxville and Jonesboru', Tenn.
BOOTS AND SHOES, FULL LLSES,
in store and for sale. COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, ZINC, Chome
Green aud Yellow, in store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUXU A CO.
! Sign of the "Big Conee-Pot'
TEAS, YOUNG HYSON AND BLACK,
in store aud sale.
COWAN, acCLCNG 4 CO.
vy and rrcniituu,
fhk-h we prHue to sell as low aa
any house in Knnxville.
. L. ncCROSKY,
EVANS, GARDNER & CO.,
-pLPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Grloves Hosiery, fcc.
No. 277 Ii road war, Sew York.
Opposite General TtUson's Headquarters,
TUST RECEIVED A LOT OF TIN and
fJ Iron Vare. which will be sold at a
have Brass Kettles. Wash Bowai, Candle Sticks
Graters, Meat Cutters, Soup Ladles, Flesh Forks, Butter Spoons,
Cake Pans, Baking Pans, Tea Canisters, Milk Pans, Fancy Cups,
aiatcn uoxes, Fancy Boxes, snuOirs, Conee aims, tire shovels, ; . t . t-v-Egs;
Beaters, Spittoons, Ac. Ac. It lv-i-Ltl )
We are receiving a supply of Cooking Stoves, to which we ; V Scythes a:
call 'he attention of the public.
PT All kinds of Tinware made to order at short notice.
t T Particular attention given to repairing:
COMMON, GOOD AND
in store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CC.
reduced price. Wi T0BAC0' MANUFACTURED A
ticks. Pepper Boxei. i Smoking, ia store and for sal1.
. - r, a-'sstl-fV AT-.r-T TWX." aV fti
CUWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
ud ytlie Stones.
COWAN, McCLl NG A CO.
All orders promottr filled. l fl A )ZK R M S A
B.-A large lot of new Cooking Staves of the most ta- J pACTTRirRS nrire. merrhanta at
proved style, extra vessels of all kinds. Also Baks Ovens. Skil
lets and Bread Pans, just received, to which we invite the at
tention of the public.
2Stf - J. B. HOXSIB.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
DRUGS AND ; MEDICINES.
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!
DR. JAMES RODGERS,
Gay St., bet Ctmbeb land and Chcbcii.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
A large Stock of
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, LINSEED OIL, CARBO
OIL, CASTOR OIL, OLIVE OIL. LARD
OIL, TANNER'S OIL.
Also, a large Stock ef
Paint, Marking, Varnish, Whitewash, Uair aad Tooth.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Indigo, Copperas, Atnato, Logwood chipped aad extract,
Madder, Blue Vitruil, Cud Bar.
OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZE.
Trusses, Cupping glasses,
Braces, Breast Pumps,
Glasj and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screws,
Suspendary Bandages. Lances,
Pine Apple, Raspberry,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
For Medicinal purposes.
French Brandy, Sparkling Cataba Wine,
Pure Old Bourbon,
Hosteler's Bi tiara,
Old Tom Uin.
Fhalon's Night Blooming Cereus, Odor of opening Viewers,
Lnbin's Jockey Club, " Wild "
44 Patohouly, " Roses,
" Geranium, X. Baun's queen ef lowers L
" Sweet Briar, Burnett's Oriental Tooth Wash
Van Buskirk's fragrant Sodont, for preserving tne Teeth.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Jaynes' Carminative,
" Cherry Pectoral. Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam,
" Ague Cure, Whitcomb's Asthsna Remedy
Jaynss Alterative, Brown's Jamaica (linger,
Dr. Wistar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
Helmboldt's Flnid Extract of Buchu, Ac, A a.
Nerve and Bone,
311 S CELTV1V120 U S.
Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, Mrs. Winslow'a Boothing
Syrup, It. R. Relief, Frey's Vermifuge, Fahnstock's
Vermifuge, McLain's Vermifuge, Lyon's Katbaron.
Wood's Hair Restorative, Oodfrey's Cordial, Whitney
Liquid Opadeldoc, Brown's Brachial Troches and Laca
liae ; Barnett's Coceine, Kalliaton, and Castorino, Pam
Killer, Gargling Oil, Ac.
PRESCRIPTIONS A CCURA TEL Y PREPARED.
Dr. R. can bo consulted professionally at tbe
Drag Store during business hours, and at hia residence,
corner of Cumberland and Locust greet, at other boor?,
when not professionally absent. aug!) tf
NEW DRUG STORE!
S. D. MITCHELL & CO.
One dvor South of the l'ost Office,
TTAVE JUST RECEIVED A L.VRUK ASSORT-
Drugs, Mediciues, Dye Stulis,
Wiudow GIuhx, &cM
IPvirc AVines and Ijiaiiors
for medicinal purposes.
Basin's "White Pond Lilly Extract,
Bazin's Queen of Flowers,
Bazin's Amber Hair Oil,
Bazin's Pond Lilly Pomade.
PHALOX'S NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS
A fine assortment of
A good assortment of HAIR, TOOTH, SAIL
Accurately compounded at low rates from tile be.M
Chemicals, Tinctures and Drugs.
fta?" Remember, we sell at the luwjst rates
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, Fer
fumeries, Toilet Articles,
&c, &c, &c.
S. 1. MITtnKLL aV C o..
23-tt I3T Street. Ksoxvillbb, Tess.
CONSTANT SUPPLY OF LYT
TLE S WUITE '1L al
fehatf Vti. JAMKs KOLHiLRj.
OK A FriESII SUPPLY OF GARDEN
SEEDS to fubstf Ila. JAMES BODGEBS.
DENT IS T,
OFFICE: Gay Street, one Jjor ?v.th
the Xational Bmi!,
L.lMhlt.hMtl tn KnftvvillMin f.ll
lions only perrormeq in bis office.
ir.t Ian tltntal upcra
ma j Jti
O A o O
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
HAH THIS DAY EFFECTED AN
arrangement bj which he will be able in the future to
apply all persons who may desire, from a sica-la ia a fall -t ;
teeth, en the
VIXCASUED IILBBIin BASE.
Being tbe latest improvement in onr profession, and hivmi
been sufficiently tested to warrant its utility, we take pleasure in
recommending it aa being far preferable in many respects to
any other base heretofore nsed. It can be nsed in many in
stances where all other materials fail. No one need, therefore,
despair. Call on me, give me your work and I will demonstrate
Remember that a full let of teeth on this method cost only
half what they would on gold, and yet preferable in all respect.
men Keapectmuy, r. u. VA&DWELL.
C. M. McGur-r, rp-sidi-fit.
Jot. K. MlT.'MKLL, I'dxhitT.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.
-MPEESS MATTER RECEIVED axd
Ji dispatched from the office of the Company in Knoxvill".
Leaves daily for the South and West, via Chattanooira, at
2:4rt r. 3t. .
Goods and Packages rceiv-a np to the honr of 1:10 r. x.
Leave daily for Lynchburg and too East, 9:2 a. .
Good and packaoa received at Die honr of 8;o . m.
JaoSltf N. 8. WOODWABD, Afr.nt.
IS EXTENDED TO AXL UNCONDI-
-L TIONAL Union men, to join th Cerman Vnion Loaoo.
The platinrm can be perused and fnrthr infnrmatinn at my
room, on fiay street, oppnaito the foat Offiep.
V. J. KOKIILKK.
mi U- if awf-clary of German In ion League.
Orrit E Ocoee Bank Building.
WILL TRANSACT GENERAL BANK-
I ISG and Brokerage Business, receive deposit, iue
certificates of deposit, deal in Exchange, buy Oold, Silver,
uana otes, uonds and frtock...
Stockiolders Individually liable.
O. SI. McOHEE, JOS. K. HITCIIELL,
TUOS. H. CALLOWAT, SA Ml EL HOT.
QOLDIEES BOUNTY CERTIFICATES
O bonirht at highest rate., by the K nnx Till DMpoaitory .
nayluf JOS. K. MIT HELL, Cashinr.
T3ANK NOTES WANTED, AT THE
JOS. K. MlTlTJELL, C,Uk;r.
Saws awa-ia iat