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CHANCERY COURT TAZEWELL.
IL H Kinoald, et aU, Ti. Martha Lane, et als.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
JL that tb defendants, Je M. Eincaid, John Kmrald,
frank Rjorald end Blarcellee Kincaid are non-rpsidents of
Hi but ofTenneea, m sbcwa la the bill: It it ordtrwi that
publication be made ia Brownlow's Whig, for four snrcie
!rk notifying Mid defendants to apptarbefor tbe Chancry
Court at Taeewell, on tb 2d Monday of October t, then
and I be re to 'defend aaid blil or the u will b taken at
roniMMd a to them and act for hearing -x part. A copy or
tbe .rder. B4I.PT.O. M..
eept 12, fly JAM1 at. A VANS, 1. C. M.
A. Robinjon tsJ wife, et aM vs. ?. W. Kuso, et als.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
tbat lbs defendant. William P. Kow and L'auiel G. Miller are
noa-rmidente of Ibe Slate of Tetsnewwe, ho u ia tl Ml :
It Is ordered thatrablicatiou be made ia Brownlow Whig
for foar succeaaive wcokt, notifying fcid defiendnnte to ap
pear bfor tb Chanonry Ctrart at TafweU, on the 2d Monday
of October next, then and there to defend Mid bill, or the
M!M wiU be taken a eonfetaed as to tbem, and f t for hearing
rI carte. A copy of the order.
ciperw. P. K. KOPUT, C. A M.,
sept 12, By JAMES B. EVAXS, P. C. A M.
John P. Bowen, A'lm'r, Ac, ve. Pleattiit 3-tr.r,on and
wife, et als.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
that the dXendanta, 0. C. Webb and James H. Wrbb, are non
resident of the State of Tennessee, at ebown in the till : It is
ordered that publication be made In Brownlow't Vhic for
four aaccemiT waekt, notifrinK ald defendant! to appear be
fore the Chancery Court at Tatewell, on the id Monday of Oc
tober next, then and there to defend aaid auit. or the lame
will b Uken aa confraaed a to them and let for hearing x
parte. A copy of tbe order. p jf. BODDY. f. AM.,
cept 12. By JAMES B. EVANS, D. C. A M.
CHANCERY COUST-DAXDRIE 5E.
H'ileon C Witt, Adm'r of Simon Eottii, dco'd, ve.
Emily BattU and Dake BettU.
fT APPEARING FROM T H
X allegation ef the bill which are iwora to, tbat respon
dent, Emily Betti. and Duke Bettis are non-refcidentt ot the
Elate of Tenneaaee and that tbe ordinary process of law can
nan b aerved apon tbem : It 1 therefore ordered by the Cl-rk
and Matter at bia September kules, 180, that publication be
mad for four tuccessire weeks in Brownlow's Whig, no
tifying aald reapondenta to appear before the Chancellor at a
Chancery Co art to be held for tbe connty if Jeflerson, at the
court beute in Dandridge, on tbe rtt Monday after the fourth
Mendey of October neit, then and there to pk-ad, answer,
demar or otherwise make defenae to laid bill, or th" same will
b taken for confessed and tbe can if set down for hearing ex
parte. S'ptcmbrr S, lWpft. WM. GALBB.AITH, C. A M.
lUelNAl KILL, rOB tilt. OB TABTITIO or BIJtL tKTATE.
B.P.FranU'n .dm'r of John Coppick, dee'd, ct al, I.-kuc
Aldcrson acj wile, ct al.
IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC
TION ef tb Clerk and SlaotoT from tbe allegation! of the bill
tbat respondeat, E. Walker and Taricslla. hia wife, formerly
Tartcilla Coppick, are citizens of the state of Illinois; that
rnpoadenta, D. Yi. Hotkini and Earab. In wite. formerly Sa
rah Corpick, ar citlaen of the State "f Jli5'jnri , that Isaac
Coppick and Margaret Frailer, formerly 4 vppick. i tiuovrd to
tha rtat of Ohio, and both died there aithout lieiix. eo far at
oomplainanta know ; tbat tienrgre Coppick remocd to the
etat or Arkanaat, aua aio died without Ihoc, ro lor a" com'
plaiaanta know : It i therefore ordered bv ibeClcrk and Ma
ter, at hie b'ptember Bulea, 1K0, that puiilicatiou be made for
four incceealTe week! in BrowDlow whijr, tiotilviug the
aboT named recpondent. also the IIHrs at Law of the Isaac
Ceppkk, Margaret Fraxier aad Oo. Coppick, if any there be,
to make tbelr peraonal appearance before the huoccllor at a
Chancery Court to be beld for the county 'f JeUuron, f tate
f Tenac!ee, at tbe court house in I'lio'lridire, on the firit
Monday after the fourth Monday of October n xt, then and
'here to plead, answer, demur or otherwise make d-fen-c, or
ih bill will be taken for conf'-nsed at to them and the cmiw
ert down for bearing rx parte. A copy of the order.
Septembers, 1M pD WM. GAIM'R AITII. C ii M.
Notice to the Publics.
In the year IMS, tha writer embark in tha Drug Buai
neat in th city of Philadelphia, and while Uius engaged, made
several experiments in regard to the moat aeairabl mode of
preparing Fluid ExtracU. My effort being successful the
article being approred and need by the Medical Faculty I
w at deafroui of placing tbem before the public, bat hesitated
for tome time before concluding to retort to newspaper adTer
titing, knowing the prejudice that exiated in th minds of
many against Uaing advertised JfadicuM! or Aoefrnnta, but
through the advice of friends and thoee who had used them
thb objection a a overcome. .
After 18 year' exertions, cammeacing in a email way, tb
popularity of niy articles faae extended to all parte of the
Cnlted ?utes, and widely throughout Foreign countriea and
this in the face of much opposition. Every meant baa been
retorted to by unprincipled dealer aiuoe their merit and suc
cess have been know each a advertising larger bottle at leaf
price, cc-uturing all other preparation, and even copying my
advei tisemcnte but I am happy to itate that oat of the many
who bav rccrtcd to this, eon have been (ttecenful.
in this evtice i to make facts known to the publke and re
spectable dealers, believing, after so many years' exertion,
that the DroggUtt will discountenance inch proceeding!, and
that the reputation of my article may not be damaged by tbe
use of inferior or fpurloui ones.
Knowing that many may read this article who ar unacquain
ted with me, I append a few remarks from those of my native
city, and whose name are known to all part of the world :
' Being peraonaUy acquaiuted with Mr. H. T. Helmbold, it
aflordt me pleasure in listing I have been most favorably im
pressed with hu energy and integrity, and rretifted at hi
succ-f ." WM. WEIGHTMAN,
Firm of Power Weightman,
Ninth and Brown Street, Philadelphia.
DHY GOODS. &c.
Ewng BuIUCh, Philadelphia.
" When on a vitit to the city of New York a few day ago,
I wat Induced to call on mv old friend and townsman Mr. I.
T. Helmbold, Druggist, 69 Broadway, N. T. His Btore ia a
ilodel a perfect (rem the handaomeat of any kind we have
ever had the pleasure of Tiewing, and coextensive, being 34
foet front, hve stories In height, aad over 200 feet deep. It
indeed affords us much pleasure to know that he has been so
eucceiaful, aud It Is ample evidence of the merit of hi arti
cles as in our whole business experience wt have not known
of tbe success of any article without Mirit advertising mere
ly bringing the name before the people."
' We do like to advertise worthless warns, or ari tides cal
culated to deceive our readers ; and whan we see an advertiser
like Mr. Helmbold, whom we have known far year, gradual
ly extend his advertising from year to year until he becomes
tbe largest advertiser in the United States, we are satisfied tbat
the statement in regard to his article mntf be torrtet."
The i it i reluctantly inserts the above, and would not do
so were he not a stranger to many ; and conclude by (fating
the names of his articles, and the diseases for which they have
been used I' J many thousands with complete success.
tieorge S. Dcklo, AJin'r, . John L. Jacobs.
IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC-
TION of tne Clerk and Master from the allegation! of com
plainant's bill which it sworn to, that the respondent, .! tin h.
Jacobs Is a non-resident of tbe state of Tcnnesm e, uud the at
tachment in this cause, having been returned l.vied upon re
spondent's property : It is therefore ordered that publication
be made for four successive weeks in Broaulow's Whig, noti
fying said respondent to appear before the Chancellor at a
bancery Court to be held tor tho connty of Jeifersun, at the
court hour in Dandridge, on the Erst Monday afwr the fourth
Monday of October next, then and there to plead, answer, de
mur or otherwise make defense to said bill, cr tiiu same will
be taken for confessed and the ctune et dow u for hearing ex
parte. A copy of the order,
beptemtcr j, pf5 WM. GA1PKA1TI1 , C M.
Tbouiag Walker vt. John L. Jacot .-.
IT APPEARING TO THE SATISFAC-
TION of tbe Clerk and Master, from tbo allegations of the
bill, which are sworn to, that respondent, John L.Jacobs, is a
non-rbident of tbe Stfcte of Tennessee, or so absconds or con
ceal! himself tbat the ordinary procesa of lsw cannot be served
cn him, and tbe attachment in tun canse buying been retnru
i levied upon respondents property : It is therefore orderud
that publication be mado for four successive wcks in Brown
low a Whig, notifying said respondent to appear before tbe
Chancellor at a Chaucer j Court, to be held lor the County
of Jefferson, State of Tennessee, at the court house
in Dandridge, on the first Monday after tha fourth Monday of
October next, then and there to plead, answer, demur or oth
wlae make defene to said bill, or the same will be taken for
contested and the cause eet down for bearing vi parte. A
,-epy of tbe order.
Septembers, lSoO-ltpD WM. MALBRA1TH. C. A M.
rETiTioH tor BivoRcr.
Eli Blair rr. Aruiinta Blair.
IT APPEARING THAT THE DEFEN-
X DANT, ArminU Blair, it a non-resident i f the Etntc of
Tsnneete : It is ordered that publication be rnt.du tor four
successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying Enid defend
ants to appear before the Judge of the Circuit Court to be held
for tbe county of Sevier at the court house in fcev! rvillc ou
th third Monday of Kavember nest to plead, ausvior, or de
mur to said petition, or the same will be taken as confessed
and eet for hearing ex parte.
eptemtv S lS0rl K- MVTtrilY. (.Urk.
FSI1T10N TOR riVOKCk..
iSary Ann Tapp vs. John Ta;p.
IT APPEARING THAT THE HE FEN-
DAKT, John Tapp, is a nou-resldent of thi btuto of Tennes
see: It is ordered that publication be made fir four successive
wtk in Brownlow Whig, notifying said defendant to ap
pear before tbe Judge of the Circuit Court to be held for thu
eounty cf bevlcr at the conrt bouse in Sevtervillo. ou the third
Monday of November next, to plead, answer, or demur to
aid petition, or the tame will be taken as ccnio-sed and set
for hearing ex parte.
September D, in;6-ipr. A.t. .Ml i;ril 1 . Ci- rk.
John Loouer i Co. in their own nam.', aul A.tm; t it
J. C. Wright A Co., vs. Cick II o-uc. "
IT APPEARING ON AFFIDAVIT OF
JL the plaintiffs in this cause that Dick JJogtie, the dcfeuiaul.
i a uon-reeident of this Slate, or so absconds that tho ordina
ry process of law cannot be served on him : It 11 therefore or
dered tbat pablication be made for four eiuc t-ivo f.l.i iu
Brownlow's Whig, commanding the said Dick Moue to ap
pear before me at my office in the town of Jamestown, on the
1st Monday in October uext, to defend said suit or the fxino
will be taken for confessed and set forbearing ex parte.
Witness, Eli Mullinox, Justice of the Peace, Feulrcss county,
th 4th of Angust, 1 ?!?'.
Sept 4,1 -pf6 4t LLI MILLI NOX , J. i'.
CHANCERY C0URT-MARYVILLe7 "
Granvillo II. lieederii. John ll.int huJ o;licr.
TT APEARS FRO.M THE ALLEGA-
JL TIOXS of the bill tbat Thilan ler M. KeeJer. one of the
defendants, is a non-resident of the state cf Tonne-tee, or so
absconds that the ordinary procces ol "law cannot be served
upon him: It is therefore ordored tbat publication ou niuoe
(or four tucceative weeks ia Brownlow's Whig, notiiyiug him
to- appear al tbe next term of the said court, to lc held ut thu
conrt house iu Maryville, on the secoud Monday of DecomU r
urst, then and there to pleaJ. ansa er. cr deun.r to sai l l ili,
or the asms will be taken a conte'd au-l M for h-.ii iu
parte as to him. W. C. PICK K S, i'. a. M.,
Sept S 1st!.; Pr I'y E. 0- ln V.i. V. r. ,v .M.
HELMB OLD'S EXTRACT OP BUCHU
aill cure all disease of the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures Pain
or Weakness in the Back, Strictures, Ac. ; Cures weak Nerves,
Loss of -Vemory, Trembling, Dimness of Vision.
IIELMBOLU'lJ FLUID EXTRACT OF BTJCHTJ
i a pure fiuid extract, not a weak tea or infusion. It the one
thing needful for all complaints incident to Female. For
particulars stud for Circular.
IlELMliOLD rj FLUID EXTRACT BCCHU
cures Gravel and Dropsical Swellings existing 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 equivalent in strength to ono gallon of the Syrup of
It reaches the U of the disease immediately, expelling all
Ul'MOKS OF THE BLOOD,
AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
Ncne-Hctcution or Incontinence of Urine. Irritation. Inflam
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xirick I'ual deposit, and all fiseases of the Bladder, Kidneys,
auu x-iopsicai ceilings.
JFluitl Extract Bnohu,
Weaknesses Arising from Indiscretion.
The Constitution once affected with Organic Weaket. rt-
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painfulness, or Suppression of Customary Gvacuatlont, Ulcer'
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! AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will raOicilly exterminate from the system Diseases arising
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superseding those unpUaoant and aangerout rm&it
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M. M 1..
liaac Husky. Atliu'r of Jokn IIu;Kv. oi
Chamber, et n!s.
IT APPEARS FROM THE ALLEGA
TIONS of tho bill that John Husky, Wm. HuAy. Kacbel an 1
Marv Husky and John linrky .defendant. : re noa-re-ideuts tf
he State ef Tennessee, or eo abscind tht tbe ordinary pro
ceet of law cannot be served upon tin in : It is theref' re r
Jercd tbat pnbliestion be made for lour tu-. i -i-ive weeks iu
Prcwulcw's Whig, until. ving them to appear t t'.i . n-xt term
of the aaid court, to beheld at tho com t house tn Marj vilie.
n the second Monday of Doc-niber next, then an J them to
plead, answer, or demur to eaid bill, or tlie saui.- will be ta
ken as confessed and set for bearing r; parte : t lit
W. C. pick CN c. .1 M ..
vpt,."',IWff.' By E. i;ol.'lHl. 1' f. ,v M
J Matt J. Elount v.-. Nathutiivl Wi'liao:.--. .!..!)'..- W.Uicr
ott, et a's.
IT APPEARS FROM THE ALLEGA-
GATI0N8 of the bill th.it John Miller, one of the defendant,
is a non-retideut of the Mate of Tcnuess,-?, i r so abacends
that tbe ordinary process of law cannot 1 served upon him :
1; ietberelore ordered that publication be mude for four sue
ceasive weeks iu Brownlow Whig, notifying hi in to appe.trat
the next term of the aaid court, to be held at tiie court house
in Maryville, on tbe second Monday of December next, then
and there to plead, answer or demur to said biil, or the snuie
will be taken as confessed and set for hearinc v parte as to
him. W. C. PICKEXS, V. A M..
Sept. 5, IH tpfo By T.. CODDAKD, D. C. M.
Ksbecc Lenuou, for the US', of Isaac A. Duukiu, Administra
tor of William B. Lennon, deceased, vs. Daui-I Poland and
Jan A. Grant.
rPHIS SUIT WAS COMMENCED HY
attachment before a Justice of tho Teaco. It appearing
from the affidavit of the plaintiff, Isaac A. Dr.us.iu. cn ubicu
the attachment issued in tbit case, that the il'lviidHiits are
tuetly indebted to the estateof William B. Lennon, donated,
and that they reside ont of the Sute ol Tennessee, so that the
ordinary proceaa of law cannot be served on tbem : It is there
fore ordered that pablication be made in Brownlow's Whig fur
lour successive weeks, notifying said defendants to appear be
fore me at my house, near Dandridge, is Jefirsou county,
Tennessee, on the las! Saturday iu March, 1 7. and defend
th suit thut commenced, otherwie t because a ill be proceeded
with ex parte. ,
pt. 12, lew. 4t- JAMES U. CAlirjl'N. J. P.
B. K. bkagg v . A. C. .Vasscutiii
TS THIS CAUSE THE PLAINTIFF
X baring alleged that said A. C. Massengill is Indebted to i
nun, and resides out or toe Mate, cr so ao-oouds himself that
tbo ordinary process of law cannot be served ou him, vt rrinej
by affidavit, and an attachment having been ifucd according
to law, and levied upon tbe property of tbe defendant . It is
ordered by me tbat publication be made iu Brownlow's Whig
tor four successive weeks, notifying the said A. ". Massengill
to appear before me at my house iu the Tth District of JefKi
eou connty, on the JOth day of January, lii 7, to dtfeud said
suit, or this case w ill be proceeded with ex parte.
September 19, lbv 1. W. FEIFT", ,'. T.
George Juuei vs. A. C. Jlats.-n.-ill
IN THIS CAUSE THE PLAINTIFF
having alleged that said A. C. Massengill U in Jebted to him,
and reeidee out of tbe Mate or so absconds hiius'lf that the
ordinary procees of law cannot be served en him, verriilid bv
affidavit and aa attachment bavicg been Issued according lo
law, end levied upon the property of tbe defendant : ll i
dared by use that publication be nsade in Brownie-' oi -tor
four sueoeseive weeks, notifying the said j Whig
to appear before me at my house, iu the 7,v C. Maergill
son county, on the v'Otli day of Jauu- .a District of Jeflcr
suit, or this case will be process v, lei'7. to uefeud said
Beptember l;, 18W .ed wirii x parte.
B. W. PK1K' E. ,1. P.
TV A. Keufio vs. A. C. 3iasieui;ru.
LE HELMBOLD e
llttifl Extract Bnchn
l;i all cases cf the Uriuary Organs, whether existing in lla.lt
or female, from uTuitccer cautc originating, no matter
now un-j sutnaine. it it pleasant in taste and odor. tnt-
merfi'u.'a" in action, and more strengthening than any of the
preparations ot Hiiro: or iron.
Those suffering from Brvken down or delicate Cotietilu-
liont, procure tne remedy at oiice.
The reader must be aware that however ilisjht mav be the
attack of the above disease, it is sure to affect Ut Bodily
Health, Mental J'o'.eert and Happinesi,u& tbat of his pos
terity, uur nen ana mood are supported from these source.
These articles, beiujr of such strength, the dose it exceeding'
1.. suiau. from tms lact, it is used In tbe Imted states Ar
my Hospital and public Sanitary Institutions throughout
C- Sold by all Drnvgitts everywhere. - .
l1- Ask for Helmbold Take on other !
BJ Cut out the advertisement and send for it, and by this
lu-itus noiu i ouuiencil.
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Agents for Fairbank't standard Scales of all kinds.
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a-1, .v y - A
xiIS CAU.SE THE PLAINTIFF
avitg alleged that said A. C. Meseiij:ill ! indebted to him.
and reside ont of tbe State, cr sc iljswn(l orcnivale himself
that tbe ordinary process of law ranimt be m-d on bun.
verriSed by aflid'avit, and au attachment having Ken issued
according to law, and levied liHia the property of d. TeiiJaut :
It is ordered by me that pullicatwm be maite iu 'tii W is
for foar tureeaaive weeks, notifvinfrthe siil A. .'. if.i-ei:nl
to appear befor ae at my hoote, in the 7th District of Jell, r
ton county, on tbe 3d day of Pebrnarv, lf'i7, to d-f ud said
rait, r this case will be proceeded with rx pa'to.
Sept 13, It it a. w. PJ.lP.Cr, J. P.
Lu aii uf gwiuCl guCh as Coughs, UlCiTi in the tuagl,
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as a specific. By putting
tun; one-half a paper to a
paper In a barrel of swill
the above diseases will be
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If given in titoe, a
certain preventive and care fcr the Hog Cholera. i
Price 25 Cents -pet Paper, or 5 Papers for tl.
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"sirMrK i km; a'.d v!!ive DtrniT.
J 3 Frarklin St., raMmore, Hi
F r sale by Chamberlain Brothers, Knoxville, Tenn
and by Drurgisis and Storekeepers throughout the United
Kales. . " , janlO-ly
JULIUS OCHS & CO.,
HiVVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW
next door to . J. Sanford ft Co.'s Drug House, opposite First
They have fitted np theircapacloas house in the most ele
gant style, and having condensed their entire stock, and with
tbe addii ion of a new and elegant
have how the largest and beet assorted
Retail House in East Tennessee.
They will always keep a largo asaortiueent of
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
NOTIONS, DRESS TRI1D1INGS,
EiLBRODERIES, PIECE GOODS,
GENTLEMEN and BOYS' CLOTHING,
LINEN, ZEPHY and SILK SACKS,
CARPETS, FLOOR and TABLE
OIL - CLOTHS,
LADIES', MEN'S an4 BOYS'
SHOES aud BOOTS,
LADIES', MENS' and BOYS' HATS,
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES.
Also a large variety of
HARDWARE, SADDLERY, CLOTHING,
LIQUORS, WINES, and CIGARS,
and a great many other articles too numerous to meutiou.
Ail these goods will be sold at the lowest possible prices.
All kinds of country produce taken at the highest market
Wt will offer such inducemente to purchasers as to merit
their patronage ; at the sanio time wo tender onr thanks to
onr friends and customers 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 and
fair dealing and low paices. to gain y -ur confidence.
Please give us a call. J CLIUS OCH8 A CO.,
Green Pillars, next door to E. J. Sanford A Co.
OUB LADIES' BAZAAR,
we have sold out to Mr. Emilo Franck, and wo respectfully so
licit a share of public patronage for him. jnneiOtf
Opposite tlie Post Office.
HAVING PURCHASED THE EX
TKKSITE and Fashio!ibi.b dock of
Heretofore belonging to J. C. Fiamjibs & Co.,
JAS. H. ARMSTRONG,
Would respectfully inform his
OLD FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS,
That he would be happy to wait on them again, guaran
At any house in
The Stock will be added to from day to day, by Sxprcm, aud
it is hoped that tbe mot fastidious, a well as th most Konorn
ieaJ, both of the city and the country, can be pleased.
CO.JLE,' ONE! COME ALL ! !
MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE!
KENNEDY & BRO.,
First d''r ice.C of" the fcVtA'-tiijp Vepotite Bank,
EG LEAVE TO INFORM THEIR
old friends aud the public generally, that they are, now
Manufacturing and kerp constantly vn hand a very superior
DOZEN AND BUNCH THREAD,
1 - -4 S II E E T I :V G,
Grain & Flour Sacks,
To wLkb w mvtTrt the attention A-orcbaiits aud the pub-
SALT I SALT 1 1 SALT I ! !
nW made ariugeuiait fcr a ccneftaut supply of
iu sack and barrel, a hick a ill
price, freights added.
vld at manufacturer's
J, ' S. ' GILDER'S s ,
BOOT, SHOE AND LEATHER STORE,
SOLE LEATHER, ;
DEY GOODS. &c.
FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS, MADE TO ORDER !
LEATHER BELTIjSTQ, Made to Order !
All Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Points on Railroads, &v.
J. S. VAN GILDER,
Sign Biff Hoots Knoxville, T n. .
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c.
R. S. CHAHSfSLllN.
VC. P. CH4JIBILr.
"Wholesale and Retail
Old Drug Store,
GEO. ". THOMPSON.
THOMPSON V ASUBl lt, '
Late of Springfield, 111.,
Attorneys ana Solicitors or Claims,
No. 221 PEffHSYLVABTA AVEUTIE,
O1T05ITE WILLAHD'g HOTEL, SEXT D00 TO ADiJIS ZXTXZSi;
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Ordnance and Quartermasters' Accounts settled promptly
f. ... ri'Ki- Dntiirn. rnnln Anl .tilt .flillitMl hv f I nAfiff DCfid
I hands. Stoppages of Pay removed. Bounty Money, Prize
i . T : . . : T A 11........ fllaiiiillMll
OlVUVy, rCU91UU9, V.UUIIUUI,1UU, JIV3B fcj ULiimM.."!
and all property lost in the Military set-rice, prosecuted on
iberal terms. auglotf
POUNDS PURE WHITE Lead
received and for sale by
POUNDS SNOW WHITE
Zinc at CHAMBEBLAJTD BBO'8.
BOXES GLASS 8x10 FOR SALE
salehy CHAMBEBLAIN BBO'8.
BOXES OF GLASS 10x12, FOR
eirle by CHAMBEBLAIN BBO'S.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
United States Claim Agent,
Colliding promptly attended to in all the Couatitt oj
PROSECUTES all kinds of Claims
against the Government; also.
Pennon, Bounty, Back Pay. ion Ac, uae (he lrienda of de
Government vouchers bought er collected on the best terms.
Informal claim corrected aad collected for horse?, forage
and property taken.
Also, collects pay for negroes enlisted in fhe army belonging
to loyal citizens.
He has a record of lhe death of all East Tennessee soldiers,
who have died belonging to tbe Union army. He desires to tee
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, the is entitled, If no widor, tbe children, if no children, the
father, if no father, the mother. Ac. The fees In this class of
cases is five dollar, and one dollar and fifty cents for each cer
tificate. He refers to Gen. 8. P. Carter, Dr. Brownlow, Cols. John Wil
liams, John Baxter, 0. P. Temple, garni R. Rodger and Judge
Office in basement story of the Conrt Houae. mayMtf
G. ClAY SMITH.
C. r. WILCOX.
PURE IMPORTED AND NATIVE
Wines and Liqttora at CHAMBERLAIN BED'S.
1 nnn pounds blue stone for
ItjUUUty CHAMBERLAIN BBO'S.
T ARGE ASSOETJIENT OF TOILET
XJ er l Faucv A cl kit a M CIlAilBEBLAIN BBO'S.
SMITH & WILCOX.
Attorneys&Connsellors at Law.
OFFICE ON MADISON STBEET,
Between 5th and 6th,
'PATENT MEDICINES OF EVERY
. uviiuuvu al . - -
WILL practice in the Circuit Courts, Court of Appeals
Federal and Supreme Courts of the Cnlted States.
3f" Claims of every character promptly attended to.
Curing the winter, Mr. Wilcox will be found at the office in
Covington, Mr. Smith vdll attend to business in Washington.
I. 8. TROWBRIDGE. A. C ALB WELL.
TliftTTfTSTlTTliTJ P- rt a T TVTTTT'T T
' A TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
; JrX. T LAW,
i KNOXVILLE, TENN.
j t' Olilc" ill rear of thti Court Hoate. novS-ly
T3UY YOUR DRUG i AND 2IED1CINES
XJ of CnAVHi-'.T.TjATN- FliO t.
Ar th Oil Vrv. stor'-.
O. P. TEMPLE,
j TTOENEY AT LAW,
' KEFEBEXCE. Governor Wm. G. Brownlow. janI6tf
BARRELS COAL OIL JUST Re
ceived ?:J foralc jv CHAMBERLAIN BBO'S.
BARRELS RAW. AND BOILED
i i-.i,..l on ; -t i-t-A- 1 .in y fia Ijy
("ll AMBKEL AIK BBO'S.
WORMS! WORMS! !
J OTHERS, YOUR CHILDREN ARE !
jA- pineing away anil dying, when you can save llioin. '
Mrs. Winslow's Vegetable Worm Candy, ;
Is certain, sale and agreeable, aud the only r"P'''y ,;?,tabl
Worm Destroyer mailt-. Price 25 cents.
Mannfurtniv,! by GEM. W. AU'.EKS A BUO..
l HAMBEIil.AlN BKO,
O ieral Southern Agt'iil.-.
aud lor sal.- I t. 1. .Milch-1! A Co., Meplienxn fni ri" ,
ami limsgixts fi uerally. inarlf.
I7LEMING & BROOKS,
A KXOX YILLE, JESS.
Tho uu'luri:ucd have this day entered into partnership in
the practice of Law, ia tbo State and FederalCourts for East
OrrtCE South-west rorm r of the rourt-honc, first floor.
December 1st, JSO. 51 : FLEMING,
janlOtf K. J. BBOOKS.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
J. SHIRER & CO.
MASITACTI ItEBS AM) ILALER9 IN
Tin and Sheet-Iron Wares, Stoves,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Gay Street, 3d House Hortb. of Unioa Street.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
,i. sntRER. jnlylStfJ c. van steexbergii.
500" STOVES !
USING B. T. BABBITT'S PURE CONCENTRATED POT
ASH, or BEADY SOAP MAKER. Warranted double the
strength of common Potash, and superior to any other sapon
ifier or ley in the market. Put up in cans of 1 pound, 2 pounds,
3 pounds, 6 pounds and 12 pounds, with directions iu English
and German br making Hard and Soft Soap. One pound will
mako 15 gallons of Soft Soap. No lime is required. Consum
ers will find this the cheapest potash in market.
B. T. BABBITT,
Not. t, 65, 6,07, 6S, 69, 70, 72, and 74 Washington St., N. Y
WILLIAM COFFMAN & CO..
Knoxville and Jonesborough, Tennessoe,
Manufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers iu
lili, Copper, Brass & Sh? et Iron
B. T. BABBITT'S best Medicinal JSALEBATCS, " made
from Common Salt." Bread made with this Saloratus con
tains, when baked, nothing but common salt, water, aud flour,
Nos. 64, 65, 66, 67, GS, CO, 70, 72, and 74 Washington St., New
Ami House Furnishing Goods generally.
B. T. BABBITT'S STAB TEAST POWDER. Light Bis
cuit or any kind of cake may be made with this " Yeast Pow der"
in 15 minutes. No shortening is required when sweet
milk is used. Nos. 64 to 74 Washington Street, New York.
B. T. BABBITT'S LABOR SAVING
SOAP. This soap is made from clean and pure materials,
contains no adulteration of any kind, will not injure the most del
icate fabric, aud is especially adapted for woolens, which will
not shrink after being washed with this Soap. It may be used
in hard or salt water. It will remove paint, grease, tar, and
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 knglish and Gorman. Ask your
grocer for " B. T. Babbitt SoaD." and take no other.
B. T. BABBITT, Not. 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 72 aud 71
Washington street, New York.
Ageuts for tlie Sale or
S. H. Ransom & Cos
Comprising a large variety of
Cooking, Parlor and Heating
sll TABLE TO THE WAM3 01? TUB PEOPLE Or TlX-NtsstE.
The reputation of these Stoves is too well established in this
country to need comment.
We shall at all times keep on hand a supply of the Stoves
and an atsortment of etra plates for repairs.
WM. COITMAX A CO.,
JecC-ly Knoxville and Jouesboru', Teuu.
CHANCERY COURT MAKYVILLE.
rrO THE CREDITORS OF William
A WALLACE, d'vaswl. Yea are hr.y nutitir.1 that the
ioaulvenryof the estaM ut the fai l Wallace lu V-u duly
uggesMd, aad tlie xe.-utcr hue hl-d in thi. court hi, lus.il
vent bill: It it therefore ord' ivd that pr.ijiratiun be aaile fur
four sncosaaive werks, by the Ovrk anii Must r nt bin t-, pteni
br Bclns, tbat tlie creditor of aaid estate rile their claims
duly authenticated, on or before tl.v Una 'i.y uf I't-r.-ail,. r
B'Xfc, or they will be Sirever barre!,
W, f. PICVENS, "-
cVrtlO, lv-U Uj K. G0DDAK1', D. C. M.
James William r. John McCoy. r.'
TN THIS CAVSE THE PLINTIFF,
JL on atli Jivit allege that the defendant u justly inA-bted to
liiin, in the sum of two hundred dollars or thereabouts, and he
L:ifc removed that the ordinary process of law cannot be
served ou him, and an attachment having been issued and re
turned before me served on real estate of defendant: It ia
then-tore ordered tbat publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's Wbig, notifying the aaid defendant to
appear befVire me at my office in Jarkaboro', on the first Moa
iy in April. lw;7, and make his defense to plaintiff's suit, or
the sum will be proceeded with ex parte.
iI5-tt JAS. A. WAI8MAX, J. P.
W are also receiving a good arsortnieut of
SHOES, . -
Which we propose to ell at hw a any bonM iu Knoxville.
MRS. WINSLOV'S : MYSTIC PILLS
ARE THE ONLY SAFE AND TRULY
EFFECTIVE medicine lor Fi-male. nilii,!
Do not trifle with your health, and use cheap and dangerous '
I medicine, which Druggists may have bought, and will recom-
mend to yon, being ignorant of their qualities. !
I .Tin. U illslow'a Nt r. Cilia arn niihl in their ':
t operations; correct all irregularities and painful menstrua- j
lion ; remove an ousiruciious whether from cola or otherwise.
No maiden, wife, or mother should be without them. ,
Try them use according to direction, and we know tho re-
suit will bo an desired.
Ask for Mrs. Wissiow's JIvsrto Pills. Take none other.
Price 52 per box, or 3 boxes fur S5. For sale by all drug- i
gists. CHAIMBERLAIN BROS.
marHtf Wholesale Arent. i
SEFTEMBCt BCIES, 18C6,
Samuel M. Chapman, Adm'r, and Hardy T. Martball, vs.
aamnai u. Marshall, et ai. .
T APPEARING AS CHARGED IN
the bill tbat John W. Marshall. Georce Lonr. Mary Long,
Stephen W. Marshall. Samuel Marshall. Josiah Marshall,
Maysur Marshall, ArchiluiM Doolinf, Miles Smith and Eliza
beth Smith, are made defendants to the tJI are non-reeidents
of the State. It is order- 'hat publication be. made for four
successive weeke in the a.uuxrili Whig, notifying aaid defen
dants to annear at our tTian-eri Conrt. to be bsld on the first
I Monday of November next, and defend said bill, or the same
I will be takea for confessed aa to them aad st far hearing ac
September 19, 1860-4t' W. H. WHITSON, C. & 51.
. to ym STORE,
Sign of the " Big Cofiee-Po t,"
Opposite Getitral TUlson's Htadvuarteris.
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. 1
TUST RECEIVED A LOT OF TIN and j
J Iron Tare, which will be sold at a reduced price. We i
have Brast Kettles, Wash Bowls, Candle Sticks, Pepper Boxes
Graters, Meat Cutters, Soup Ladles, Flesh Forks, Batter Spoons' 1
Cake Pans, Baking Pant, Tea Canisters, Milk Pans.Fancv Cuds!
l.li.h1tAT0, Pnn Rniiii Snuff... fT . .. . I
- ' i.....ij,VraK .unit, lire anovel.
Eg? Beaters, Spittoons, c e.
We are receiving a supply of Cooking Stoves, to which we
call 'he attention of the public.
gST1 All kinds of Tinware made to order at thort notice.
Particular attention given to repairing:
Hff All orders premDtlv filled.
A large lot of new Cooking Stoves of the most im- j
pru.cu OI.J1C, c.in vesseit oiau Kinds. Also Bak ovens, Bail
lets and Bread Pans, Jost received, to which we invite the at
tention of the public
J. B. H0XS1E. -
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS II
COWAN. M'CLUNG & CO.,
GA Y STREET, KNOXVILLE, TEXX.,
TIESIRE TO CALL THE Attention op
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK,
W hich comprises lhe
To be found in any
SOUSE in the SOUTHERN STATES.
DR. JAMES RODGERS,
Gat St., bit." Ccmbielasd and CaracH,
Wholatale and KetaO Dealer in
DRUGS I -
A large Stack f
WHIIB LJbAD, ZINC, LINSEED OIL, CARBO
OIL, CASTOR OIL, CLIVE OIL, LARD
OIL, TAJfXER'S OIL.
Also, a large Stock of
Paint, Marking, Varoiah, Whitewash, Hair w Tooth.
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Iudlg", Coperas, Amato, LogwooJ chippe I a-id extract.
Mad lor, Blua Vitroil, Cu IEi-r.
OF EVERY STYLE AND SIZE.
Trasses, Cupping Glaj.
Braces, Breast Pumps,
Glass and Rubber Syringes, Cork Screws,
Suspendary Bandages. Lances,
Pine Apple, Raspberry,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
For Medicinal purposes.
French Brandy, Sparkling CaUba Wine,
CaUba " Bell's Whisker,
Cognaa " Pure Old Bourbon,
Blackberry Wine, Hortetters Bitters,
Malaga " Drake's
Sherry Old Tom ein.
PILLS! PILLS!! PILLS!!!
Jaynos', Dr. Lee's,
Hoopers', Rd way's,
Phalon's Night Blooming Cerent, Odor of opening Flowers.
Lnbin't Jockey Club, " wild
" Patehouly, - R0,es,
" Geranium, X. Baiin's queen Oowert xt.
Bweet Briar, Barnett't Oriental Tooth Wash
Van Buialrk'i fragrant Soaodont, for preserving tn Teeth.
Ayer' Sarsaparilla, Jaynes' Carminatitw,
" Cherry Pectoral. Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam,
" Ague Care, Whitconib'sAsthnia Remedy
Jaynes' Alterative, Brown's Jamaica Ginger,
Dr. Wiatar's Balsam Wild Cherry,
Helinboldt's Fluid Extract of Bucliu, Ac, At.
Serve and Bone,
Dr. John Bull's Worm Candy, Mrs. Winslow'e toothing
Syrup, R. R. Relief, Frey's Vermifuge, Fahnstock's
Vermifuge, McLain's Vermifuge, .Lyon's Katharon.
Wood's Hair Restorative, Godfrey's Cordial, Whitney
Liquid Opadcldoe, Brown's Brochial Treche and Laca
liae ; Barnett't Coceine, Kalliston, and Caatorine, Pain
Killer, Gargling Oil, &e.
PRESCRIPTIONS A CCURA TEL Y PREPARED
Jgf" Dr. R. can be consulted professionally at the
Drug Store during business hoar, and at hi residence,
corner of Cumberland and Locust Sreets, at other hoar,
when not professionally absent. ang9 tf
NEW DRUG STORE!
AH of hioh have been purchased for
And will be offered to the
At us lew pric a can be purchased iu any Market.
NAILS, 3, 4, b', S and lOp, FINISHING
and clinch, in store, and for gale.
COWAN, McCLUJTG 1 CO.
pANDLES, STAR, WHOLE, HALF,
and qnarter box, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG & CO.
GLASS, 8x10, 1012, IN STORE, AND
for sale. COWAN, McCLCXG Jt CO.
CANDY, ASSORTED, STICK AND
fancv, in store, and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG CO.
(COTTON CARDS, WHITTEMORE,
No. 10, in store, and for salo.
COWAN. .McCLUNG A CO.
ATS AND CAPS, FULL LINES, IN
store, and for ealc. C0WAc, 5IcCLL A to.
TICKINGS, STOGIES, GINGHAMS,
-a. and Cottonadiv, in tor"? and foi Bale-
COWAN, McflLUNG .1 CO.
HARDWARE, FULL A.'ND C03I
PI.ETE linrs. in st. r.'. and forsiiLv.
COWAN, MaCLf.NG A CO.
IELAINES IN GREAT V V1J1ETIES,
' iu -tor.-, and f-r -ale. O.'WAX, Mo'-'LVSili A t'.
4 XES. COLLIN S AND STY5WAKT S
lY in storo, and for h1.-. 'OWAX, Mcl'O.1 'SO A t'.
SUGAR, CRUSHED, POWDURED,
aud refined yellow, in ttore, and t"r b .
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
COFFEE, GOOD, PRIME :md CHOICE
in itoro and for sale. COWAN, ilcCM Xli k ( i.
S. D. MITCHELL & CO.,
One door South of the Post 0&cv
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORT
Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs,
Window OlHfts, Ste.
Pure "Wines and Xiicmors
for medicinal purpoMa.
Bazin'a White Pond Lilly Eitravt,
Buzin'a Queen of Flowers,
Bazin's Amber Hair Oil,
Bazin'a Pond Lilly Pomade.
PHALOX'8 NIGHT BLOOMING CXREUS
A fine assortment oi"
A goo'l assortmont of HAIR, TOOT 11, KAIL '
Accurately compounded at low rates from tbe bett
Chemicals, Tinctures and Crags.
t& Kemember, we sell at tho lowest rttes
Drugs, Chemicals, Wines, Liquors, Fer
fumeries, Toilet Articles,
S. IK MITC'HEtL, V L
m22-tl Oat Strrkt, K50X villib, Tl.1.1.
CONSTANT SUPPLY OF LYT-
IX. TLE'S WHITE OIL at
feb'fctf " Uk. JAMEt
PRINTS, MERRIMACK, RICHMOND,
iiicn, Mammon and other make. 111 store and for tale,
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
TNDIGO AND MADDER IN STORE
-- and for ealo. COWAX, McCLUNG A CO.
SHEETING AND SHIRTING, Bleach
ED and uublichcd, 3-1,7-8 and i-i in tore, aud for ale
COWAN, McCLUNG & CO.
T EAD, BAR AND SHOT, IN STORE,
ana ior saw COW AX, HcCLL XG A CO.
pROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, IN
yj store and for sale. COWAN, McCLt XG A CO.
CPICE, PEPPER, ALSPICE, CLOVES
N- aud Ginger, in etoro and fjr sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
ROOTS AND SHOES, FULL LINES,
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, ZINC, Cromi:
oreeu auu lenow, in store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
TEAS, YOUNG HYSON AND BLACK,
-a- lu store and sale. COWAX, JIcCLLXG A CO.
pIGARS, COMMON, GOOD AND
yy and Premium, iu store and for sale.
COWAN, McCLUNG A CC.
TOBACCO, MANUFACTURED AND
Smoking, in store and for sain.
COWAN, HcCLUXG A CO.
GRAIN, GRASS, AND DUTCH,
S ythea and Scythe Stoned. COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
SOTJTHERU EXPRESS COUP ANY.
I EXPRESS MATTER RECEIVED and
-J dispatched from tbe office of the Company in Knoxviil.
i.i-.t. unj r ae Boutn ana et, ria Cbattanoojra, at
2;4) P. Jl. - , . . !
Goods and Packages root Wed up to t)e hour ef 1:10 . m. . j
LeaTe daily for Lynchburg and ti East, 9:02 a. m.
Good" and packajp received at the bonr of n; a. . '
j31f y. a. WOOPWABD, A put. j
HA DOZEN BROOMS, AT .MANU-
UV FACTUBEB'3 prices to merchants at
julylstf COWAN, McCLUNG A CO.
FOR A FRESH SUPPLY OF GARDEN
L bEEDS go to febitf Da. JAMEd BODGEd.
.D E N T I S T,
OEFICj?-:Gmj Strttt, one hr south
the National Bank,
Eatabluhml in .VnosilIein 1841. First rlau dental opera
tions only perfoniK hie office. uiay'Jtt
DR. P. H. CARDtfELL
HAS THIS DAY EFFECTED A
arrancement by which he will be hl in the future to
supply all persons who nay desire, from a single to fail of
teeth, on the
VtlX'AMZED UIBBLU MASK.
Being the latest tmproTement in onr profession, and hal;'g
been tufflciently tested to warrant its utility, we take pleasure la
recommending it as being far preferable in many respects to
any other base heretofore used. It can be used in many In
stances where all other materials tail. No one need, therefore,
despair. Call o'n me, gire me your work and I will demonstrate
Remember that a full Set of teeth on this method cost eolr
half what they would on gold, and ret preferable in all reepecta.
msu gespecuuuy. a-
TS EXTENDED TO ALL UNCONDI-
A TIONAL Union men, to join the German Union League.
The platform can be perused and further information at my
room, on Gay stiwt, nppoito the Post OSce.
V. J. KOEHLER,
maylO-tf aWary uf German Union Leslie.
C. M. McGHEr, PrciJ?nt, Jo'. B. MnHiLt, Caaliier.
Orri' 1 Ocoee Bank Building.
WILL TRANSACT GENERAL BANK
IXG and Brokeraze Bnainpsji.
certirtcatcsof dopoeit, deal in Exchaaso, buy Gold. Sdyer
Bank Notes, Boj, and Stocks. ."Ter,
Stockholders IndiYidually Liable.
O. M. Me;HEE,
JNO. B. BBAXNEB,
IHOS. H. CALLOWAY,
JOS. B. MITCHELL.
WM. HC XT,
COLDIERS' BOUNTY CERTIFICATES
KJ bought at highest rates, by tbe Knorrill. Tpoaitorr
""J1"" J03. B. MITCnELLCar.
BANK NOTES WANTED, AT THE
ma'1:,r JOS. E. MITCHELL, Caahkr.