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Knoxviile, Tenn., January, 869.
II) 1.. WiltROP a'-'-1'
T.Vu nert a
K',n ih..I" hJ "r"
The ton bad muled :
An.l blooming P1"' "'' Her ,
t.rew riDk and tall ;
W l.ile the wild-grape'i fruit luiunautly
Hung fyrtT all.
Along tie Ai-aliacbian crest
Xba DtbiT screamed ;
And o'er thy waters, gliding west,
S wift paddle. jli'amH.
Came cultivation's early mum
Earth's giant fell ;
And. bonding fields of golden corn
Clothed bill ind dell.
Bold Crocket sought tbe forest-' shade
II er lord la; dead '
Jackson drew ha fiery blade
Tbe India fled.
Cmliation rauie, and bleel
Tba conq'rcr'a feasl;
From Mi8sii?iii On the we?t,
To White-top "
AoJ iu her wake, I'rosperity
Villsl i'lTtuns' cup;
t'otil thy feme, oh 1 TenneMee,
r'tvelled proudly nj.
Long veari of plenty, peace aad p.iaef,
Were thine to aw :
I're'to I in an unlucky h"iir '
Reigned aner- b) I
l)ul here to rjii of by dread
'lia not for me ;
They're unly fully known t th'-ee
Who dwelt with thee.
Pes.ce, holy Peace I baa 'roue again,
U 61 Mien War ;
Who bay, ala I in bli dark train,
Left mary a far.
Oh! heaveuly Peace I beal and utain
The wounded heart,
And skilled industry, prompt to strain
Her every art ;
'1 ill bill and vale shall Moom onre more :
'Till cane end corn,
Tre. ineand mine, their wealth shall pour
From Plenty' horn.
oh ! sad liut beauteous Tennrs.e,
of thoe I crate,
1 or nie and my posterity,
A home and grave.
JWer knowing North, nor ri.utb, nor Wet;
May I not dwell,
In iiiet, on thy chastened br"t,
Who wwli thee well?
I.or.g may you live, 'till lore and light
Spread o'er nur land ;
'Till man is man, and merit might.
On every band.
HAZEN A SON
Have efUbliehed a depot for tha tale of
PAPER & FLOUR
Of their own Manufacture,
V CIIUX1CII STREET,
Drill Tor Single Volunteers.
Kai,l in Lovo wit'i soiuc amiable unJ
virtuous young woman on t!ic firbt opportu
nity j'ou may have.
Attention Pay to Wr, nnjiiluoun.y itnd
Rimiit Fa k Poj the jucttioii like a
man, timl bho'll ac cpL you.
'.Mick Mabcii With her to the church,
;iuJ go through the service- of holy intitri
moiiy. Halt And idled bcriouIy fur a few
moments ; then determine to devoto your-
lf entirely to your wife.
Riuut about Face From the haunts
roil have frequented when single, and prc-
r your own home.
Advance Arms To your young wii'o
when out walking together, and don't let
rur WHllt three- or fonr yards behind you.
IJreak off Billiard playing, betting and
laying out nt night, if you winl to havo u
A PlIA roRplN AND ilERRIMENT. The
Brooklyn Times thinks that lectureB which
reach iisou and women how to prenerve life,
it nd how to uhc tho artn and sciences for
their nijiport and advancement, ought to
h ueournged, but that the other nort
fhouM bo fitijiprew.d.
Would it biippreurt laughter, then ' The
lecture which does the sour, anxious, sadly,
Oiirnont American the most good of all, is
that which in pure lun, without a epark of
information in it. Artemus Ward's lec
tures were in the nature of great public
benefactions. Nero-mius?rel troupes are
the grandest benevolent institutions of this
or any other tamntry.
Wrc nhould pay )eople to make us laugh.
We don't thout and scream half enough,
and we arc too deeply and sternly in earn
est about our bun- little trades, and cal
ling, and cares.
The man who can, by talking to us, fill
us with merriment for an hour, is worth
twire as much as he who can only cram
our aching heads with wraps of knowledge.
Ia I us have fun.
A man died in Washington from "glan
ders." Ho had driven a horse suffering from
this dihcae, and the physicians, after a
pot-i mortem cxamalion, and wveral scien
litio experiment, have decided that he
aught it from the hoie.
General George W. Cole declares that he
will not live with or roconi7.o his wile
again, and would not meet her were it not
to make some necessary arrangements re
garding tho future of their children, lie
declines t imitato Sickles.
A .Minnesota larmcr t-ays : "We raise four
hundred bushels of potatoes to the acre
here, nhich would bo a big thing if wo
didn't raise hug enough to cat 'em all up."
Genera! Slierman is said to detest "new''
tniii ii m", and ne or appears in new clothes
ifho can help it. The reason is Ktid to bo
that, ricn a lieutenant, he was on day at
W'ahington, sunning himself iu a bran new
onlfit at the door of his hotel, where a
trow dot boys gathered, one of whom in
juired. 'Mister, whore jour engine go
ing to squirt 'i '
General Grant va met coming out of his
head-quarters looking as iudilTcrenl as it ho
were not oppressed M'ith the cares of a na
tion. A Iriend saluted him. "Good morn
ing. General. " "Good morning." "Gen
eral, 3 0U don't look as if yon were Presi
dent of the United States.'' "I am not."
A boy iu Kelloggsville, Michigan, whohO
notc was made to bleed during a plaj ful
cuflle. dud in a few hours from the uneon
ProI-o-kii CoNbTITlTIONAL AilLNDMENT.
Mr. Stewart (Hep., "cv.) from the Judi
tiary Committee, reported the following
constitutional amendment, and asked to
have the Committee, discharged from the
further consideration of the petitions and
memoria!- pravingfor it :
"Article XV. The right ol citizens of
tlie Ciiited States to Vote and to hold office
hail not ta denied or abridged by the
I anted State or any State on account of
rao, col"t or previous condition of servi
Caldoinia would tutVer for laltorers were
it not for the Chinese. .Many thousands of
Chinamen are now- employed on the Rail-
are laf t t-uppianting w bile labor. N i
I ti s!!
lb? -'!!n luauufaclure w-uuld ceafe.
igiiculturl work thty aire growing
r. TLe laundrr busintfc of the State.
rcrlormcJ in tbc houfehoid, is iu their
ILoy usually get about 81 a day,
themptilri Fnr lii'lit work thev
dvo uft, labile, and reliable. The number
of Chinamen iiuw in California in not lcs
t' n oon. This number will rapidly in
i .. reiice v hen tin o v ivt rights are bettor
j .. te.ied Ciikr i c. injudicial decisions
a d Hct-ordiiig to ill pitviouS custom, a
C-iiuintan n., berohbeder murdered with
i.iiptuiity in the pre'enc-eof. t. Imndrod ol
h - .oimtrvmett, if no . i.or ovi.tcnt-o can
be a '.iuc. d to -.nnii t tm 'iilprit.
Tho Bank ol California, 'n ,San Fraiiei.
CO, t-nipl y" ' 'hiiinnu ri, in l.alf-dozen gangs,
to count "silver coins. They work under
tho lt adeihi ol a wventh Chinaman, and
work with wonderful rapidity. A large
number of the eoms arc taken in ono hand
and pitsed to th other so i-killulJy that
any i -n-o in weight, ring, or smiace is
dele Chiiimn tau never be t heated
by r. i.s i" i- -aid. wj;h bpun- us
We intend to make it the interest of the
Merchants and Publishers of East Tennes
see to purchase their PAPER from us.
The FLOUR sold by us will bo of the
linrfs and Wheat.
ju 13 2m HA7EX A SON.
. . TilHTU,
I. t. aavaaoaa
Steam Sash and Blind
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
Sash, Blinds & Doors,
Doalers in Lumber, &c, &c, &c.
HAVING FITTED UP A FIRST
CPASS Machine Shop In North Knoxviile, we are
rciared to make to order
SASH, BLINDS AND DOORS.
Wo will also dress Lumber, work Floor
ing and different kinds of MoldiDg in tho
best stylo and at prices to suit the times.
All orders promptly filled and chipped
to any point on tho different Railroads
leading out of Knoxviile.
liost beveled siding dressed and matched
at $21 00 per thousand.
For particulars, call on or addrosu
TARWATER & AMBROSE,
j nb l.Vtl
CLARK, (tl AIl i; & CO., Propr's,
7 H HAVE COMPLETED
in ox'rlinti our New Foundry, on the KnoxvMIe and
Kentucky Kailroad, and can now fnrnlili Caning, of all
kind, at aui li )ii-M aa will aatiafy the people of tlie goof)
tliat it 1. lor tlirir lulcriDt tu pntronixu Home ManufactnTea
rtlir than " alrad tu get audi warxi.
W e can furm.li of tho bent qualit v,iial, if not anprrior to
anything fouad at the North,
8TOKt, UHATKS, HOLLOW -WAKK, TLOWS, STBAW
CL'TTKUS, COUN-S1I KLLKRS, CANE-MILLS,
UOU.SK.rOWEas, TIIBESHINO MA
C II IN Ed, SAW-MILL and GRIST
Yin r alio AKnta fur the Turbine Water YV hrvl, and can
lurtil.li th rh'airt and bet Watvr W heel, altrd to tbe ce
pacllv ol any h- l or lrcim.
Mr. J. A. Oi Airr. ia a practical Mnhanic and PraunhU
inau, and partlra dirin W build Mill, will ilnd it to their
int.rpt tu corualt him aa to the beat plan fur ccnatrurtlng
Ihfir (.wring ami Machinery.
Depot fur St uvea and Casting at the store uf CHAS. W.
la I'l E, on Oav trrt.
Funnilrj on thi hnoirille and Kentucky Railroad.
QUR T II HE SUING MACHINES,
Are takina the laJ throughout the WV.t. Our SIX B0R88
BKI'A H ATOK AM) I'UW Ett la a great ravoote.
Send for circular.. YEO A SHOEMAKER,
jan C-ain Richmond, Indiana.
The iiinl 'ii;iir.l bavlnir formed a partnvrihip under the
n.nie ur SM El'A KU m AlKl,tor the purpose or manurac
til ing and denling In Furniture,
Ontiuup the aale of our mannfartnra at the old Furniture
Storr, on Uay street, ber will be found an audlets variety,
Only ol Our own manufacture, but all the leading varieties
ul Northern I iirnltnre, whlrb will
Kiom the lwt niaiiufai torie of llalluuore, rhiladelphla,
Now Vrk ami II utou, which we will
Take to deliver here aa low aa partlea can purchase and de
liter for thenisehof , without the expense jf a trip there fur
them, as e have a large variety ol rbotcgraph leas lioin
w hich to select. All Uooda
11 im ill t' delivered in the city free.
Our stock 1" the iarpwl, the boV as well a. the cheapest in
Eat Ttiiuesee, and is comprised in purl of the follow lug ar
ticles : IJ varii-Oos of
from IS to Sl'eaih. i) laiirli", vi
from . to !' mrh.
Easy, railor, hatiibi r, niuiug. Library, oftii e.liutary. Ruck
In;, res Injr. Cane and Split Bottom, Itallo.' Extension,
Children's Hih, Low and Hoc king Chair.
Sofas, Tete-Tetes, Divans, Lounges,
M A tTH Sst:! i,r rery description, AV ACH-FTA M'S, eight
Tarlor and Chamber Suit, Desks. Wardrobes,
Book Cases, Secretaries, Hall-Stands,
la lsr, rccry thing called lor in our line. We have au ex
leneive Tactoiy muved by w ater power.a large let ol the best
Kiln-dried Lumber, aud the best mochanica that can be pro
cured to extute our work, and cau giv asanrance that our
werk will be ilone 111 a ffsttsiactory manner both as to price
and quality, lor r are determiued not to h ontdone iu this
hii h I rut. K prating (n l hairt, Taruiitbliif
I'u.ifbiu,:. atc.,l ,, ll l Uvmc mtlT with UiiipAtch.
Ci d' W u, urtntnn nmli mi l Luitj;, rriifci put up,
V Rlfttt I,jta ia Urrail t-rtniviit of Mi'tfttir Q4 aud
kHti R.-atfWiMMl, W ftiuut mitl cthrt IVtYlnu, within rmafi
f if"" mtlfti, id Number On lit. me, nl w ttmll aiake
lht bra ik h t our buiti fittlrjr.
Ortr I r. tm city r rownlrj pro&iptljr tlvfiiltHl In. Git
ut a lair It lal and )o hl n( W dinappointrd
L. C. MlffTaBP,
nt 'n-i-,n S. T. ATR1N.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
MKOPOSALS FOK FURNISHING MA-
1 tTESIAl.S and building
Iu k ioaill, will be recvittd at the emca ol the
Knoxviile and Charleston Biilrotd Oompiny,
a Itaox-illa, until the 1st Inv o- Fasai wt -plaa
ut l be Building can be seen at tbe u 81 cent thCompaay.
Tbe Company r-f tbe right to r-iect all bids.
E I'. MOKRIJ,
Ruoasille, Jsa !' ?l
at. a. at saiLt. I
a. . b'cxlis. I
, . r. "p.t.
MURRELL, EVANS & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS FOR
iiamhvr of Faraia tn t
Arv fft-t tan ,,r a mrg
A KtilSTF-R of all t'ruCES. C. 8. CLEbKsni P8 and
o! ht r positions uader the C . 8. btiTsrsmfbl, and the A L A
j Price In cloth Jl 's'; In paper o. bold by all B-okell-rra
and near -1. t As- ni. a 11 tej la every city and tswn.
1 N-nt to any ad.ires. .n receipt of pnc.
I'l MM l K a CO.. rnbiiahe-t,
I jan '-4t HI En'Ion Mreet, New l ork.
DON'T YOU DO IT I
DO NOT MAKE UP A CLUB FOR hie
'lv R l"'l l.AK e A I TS 1 HADE nn:il yoa I.arv sent to
1 tloiiinil at. 11 a t is.'s tid o. hoiiar
. ktor. 8', I rnnoai and lo itusrar '.., Boslon, Mas-
, aachusvii. lor ifeetr N.s Circolar for t: w inter ef lS-,
j f IvtsHI crlptioB nf isnnriM .10. k of averv va-
' rieiy of alerrhadiaa. and ! I raiotr,ti t Ier aasrs
i w are ottering to our Ageuta aad patrous.
nf Brewa or BleacWJ, yard wije, prim quality Phaettaga,
for tit and a club ol 1'". Larger aod entailer cloti la -ia.
portion. Send for the circular. dec
First National Bank or KnoiTlUe,
' Monday, January Aih, 1869.
Capital 8 lock paid in,
Due Banka and Bankers,
United State Deposits,
Banking House and Fixtures,
Due from Banks and Bankera
Coin, J12,fto2 08
Cunency, 1,107 16
Cnited 8utea Banda,
Remltanccs and Cash Item,
Cash on Hand
35,7 . 24
47,lSt 19 (48,215 S"
STATE Or TI5TKES.SEI
County af Knox.
I, B. M. McCinng, Caahier af
tbe First National Bank of
Knoxviile, Teas., do solemnly
awear that the above etatement
ia true to the best ef my knowl
Bigned B. M. MeCLl KO,
Sworn to and aubacrtbed befdra me, this Ctk day of Jan
(Higned) 1 J. C. &. KcBANIEL,
jau 6-4t Notary Public.
PEOPLE'S BANK OF KNOXVILLE.
C. M. McOIIEE, President,
JOS. JL MITCHELL, Cashier.
C. K. HoOHEK, JNO. B. BBAF5IR,
JOB B. BtlTCUTLL, TUOS. H. CALLOWA.T
Specie, Bank Notes, Stock, &c.
7E PUECnASE AND SELL
T V United States litock,
United States Coupons,
Teun usees Oonpons,
County sad City Conpooa,
East Tenuesaes and Virginia Railroad Coupons,
East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad Coupons,
maStfJ Specie JOS. B. MITCHELL, Caskler.
BANK NOTES WANTED, AT
People's Bank of Knoxviile.
JOS. R. at ITCH ILL. Cashier.
SOLDIERS' BOUNTY. CERTIFICATES
bonght at highest rate,by the People Bank of Knoxviile
may!6tf JOS. K. MiTCUBLU, cashier.
Stoves, Tinware. &c.
Stove Ware House I
No. 31 GAY STREET.
L. C. Hoes'a Old Stand.
HEAP fc CLAPP
Are now receiving a full Hgeortment of
BOTH FOR WOOD AND COAL,
Which we propoeo to eoll cheap and warrant eatie-faction.
A large and complete line of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Wood and Willow
JAPANNED, STAMPED & PLANISHED
BRITTANIA TEA SETTS, &C.
We are also Manufacturers of
TIN AND SHEET IRON.
Ia all its branches, and aro prepared to do jobs of
ROOFING, GUTTERING, Ac,
Either in the City or Country at short notice anJ on
Our experience in Tin Roofing warrants
us in naying that we can and will give en
tire satisfaction to all our friends who may
favor us with their work.
All Oooda Delivered in any part
City Free of Charge.
HEAP A CLAPP.
ATKIN & COFFMAN.
.. 13 uay tiili;t,
IV. th r.
following Goods to be found
a East Tnneeeo :
ILL KINDS or
WOODEN, WILLOW, SHEET IRON
IRON, WATER, AND GAS FIFE,
Tbe Automatic and Fountain
Steam Wa3h Boiler,
GRATES AND FENDERS,
All kind of
Suiw&re and Hons Farcisbiag Goods.
B ANKEUTT NOTICES.
Ia tbe Ditrict Court of the Uuited States for tbe Eefteni
District of Tennessee. - 1
Ia ths matter of William E. Demore, Bankrupt.
Eastern District of Tennessee, as. :
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT ON
the 16th dsy of January, 18C0, a warrant of bankruptcy
waa issued out of the District Court of the United 6tates for
the Eastern District of Tennessee, against the estate of said
Wm. K. Demore, of Cleveland, in tbe county of Bradley, in
aald District, who haa been adjudged a Bankrupt on bis own
petition: That the payment of any debt and the delivery of
any property belonging to anch bankrnpt, to him or for his
use, and the transferor any property by him, are lorbtdden
by law ; and that a meeting of tbe creditors of said bankrupt,
to prove their debts aud to choose one or more sseigoee of
hi estate, wiU be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be bold
en at the office of William Aikin, in the Atkin Block, Uay
etreet, Knoxviile, Tennessee, before said William Aikin, one
of the Register in Bankruptcy for said District, on the 16th
day of February, A. D. IStf.i, at 10 o'clock, A. M.
B. McDANKEL, Mtresenser
jan 2Q-2t pf5 and t'. 9. Marshal lor said District.
In the District Court of th United State for the SeUeru
District of Tennessee.
In tbe matter of 8. D. Btuart, Bankrupt.
Eastern District of Tennessee, aa.:
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
on tho IClh day of January, 1869, a warrant of Bank
ruptcy was issued out of the District Court of the United
States for the Eastern District af Tennessee, againit the es
tate of said H. D. Etnart, of the county of Sullivan, in said
District, who haa been adjudged a Bankrupt on hi own pe
tition ; that the payment of any debts and tbe delivery of any
property to anch Bankrnpt, to him, or for bis use, and the
trauifer of any property by him, are forbidden by law ; and
that a meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts and to choose one or more assignees of his estate,
will Us held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at the
Nichols House, in Bristol, in said District, before Joel A.
Dewey, Esq., one of the Bsgntora In Bankruptcy for aaid
District on tbe Cth day of February, A. D. 1809, at 10 o'clock,
A. H. B. McDANNEL, Messenger
jaa 20-2t aad P. B. Marshal for aaid District.
In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern
District of Tenneaaee.
In the matter of Joseph M. Cortoc, Bankrupt. .
Eastern Diatrlct of Tenneaaee, ss. :
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT OT
the 15th day of January, 18(59, a warrant of Bankruptcy
was Issued out of the District Court of the United States fur
the Eastern District of Tennessee, agaiust the estate of said
Jos, H. Horton, of Madisonville, in the connty of Monroe, In
aald District.who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on bis own
petition; that the payment of any debt and the delivery of any
property belonging to such Bankrupt, to him or for his use,
and tha transfer of any property by him are forbidden by
law ; and that a meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt,
to prove their debts and to choose ono or mors assignees of
hit estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
attheofficsof William Aikin, in the Atkin Block, Knox
viile, Tennessee, before aaid William Aikin, one of the Reg
isters in Bankruptcy for aaid District, OA the 15th day of
February, A. D. 1869, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
B. McDANNEL, Messenger
jan 20-2t pf3 and U. 8. Marshal for said District.
CHANCERY COURT KAYNARDVILLE.
JJlNI'ABT BULE3, 1869.
L-ifjvntt!' UuJdleftou va. James W. Turner, John P. War
wick, William M. Turner, B. B. Cooper, John Arcusr and
Jainea A. Turner.
ORIGINAL INJUNCTION AND ATTACHMENT BILL.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING from
-L the allegations in complainant's bill, which Is sworn to,
that the defendant, John Archer, ia non-roaideat of th
State of Tennessee, so that tbe ordinary process of law can
not be served upon him : It Is therefore ordored by th Clerk
and Master that publication be made for fonr successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said non-resident de
fendant to appear on or before the rule day next preceding
the next regular Term of ths Chancery Conrt, to be held for
tbe county of Union, at thi contt house in Mayoardviile, on
the first Monday of May next, 18otf, to plead, anawer or de
mur to complainant a Liu, or the same will be taken for coo
sensed aod set for hearing ex parte as to him. A copy ot the
order. jan 20-lt pfo J. W. BRANSON, C. ft al.
THE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE
of Matthew Whitaker, decraeed, having been sug-gested to
the Clrk of the County Court of Claiborne county, Jenne
see, all persons having claims against said estate are hereby
nolintd to tile said ciaims, authenticated as requirea uy taw,
with the t'lerk of said Court, on or before the 1st day of May,
lbftJ, or laid claim will be barred. This 12th day of Janu
ary, itwa w. H. gcniiiiiuhaji,
jan 20-4C Administrator, A
Connty Court Knox County.
Oeorgx M. Carter, Administrator, vs. tbe Heirs of William
PURSUANT TO A DECREE OF THE
-a- County Conrt of Knox county, in thla ease, I will offer
at public sale, at th court house, in KnoxvUla, on tha 13lh
day of February next, a tract of land situated in the 18th
Civil District of Knox county, adjoining the lands of N. B.
Brioe and others, containing One Hundred and Seventy-five
Acres, ibe aale will be made on a credit or torse ana aix
months, except the sum of one hundred dollars, which will
be required on the day of sale, notes of equal amount being
taken lor the remainder, with approved security, and a lien
win be retained until the purchase money is tuny paid,
jan 13-4t pfo W M. RULE, Clerk
WM. G. BR0WNL0W, GOVERNOR of
the State of Tennessee, to all who shall tee these pres
WntRtiK, It has been made known to ma that a certain
FREDERICK COOK, charged with having committed a foul
and atrocious marder on the 2Jd day ot October, ison, upon
the body of Jcbn W. liighsmitb, late of our county or Blew
art. has fled from justice, and la now running at large:
Now, therefore, I. Wm. G. Brownlow, Governor aa afore
said, by virtue of the power and authority tn me vested, do
hereby offer a reward of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS to
any person or persons who may apprehend the said :FRED
EUICK COOK, and deliver him to the Sheriff or Jailor of
our connty of btewart, tn order that Justice in tbat beoall
may tie had and executed. This reward wm be paid on con
viction of the criminal.
In testimony whereof, I bare hereunto aet my hand, and
caused the Great Seal of the State to be afflixed, at
sial.j Nashville, on the 5th day of January, 1S0!.
By the Governor: W. G. BROWNLOW.
A. J. FLETCHER, Secretary of State. jan 13-3t
IMPROVED EXCELSIOR STOVE!
Tb obIj iStov thftl ran t n nccrtafullr ltb
Bitnmlncnt l oaL.
I am n.ioc en of "Oafman's Improved Eiel.lor Stove,''
and tint it to b all tbat t. claimed 4 rsart v at ci . I
r-gard the Isnprovraaent ef so snurh lmrrtarc that e stove
is e,MUiet wlibeat it lIKI.x. K. OLDHAM.
Ka-iviits, Nov. 2th,
In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern
District of Tennessee.
In tbe matter of James Ware, Bankrupt.
Eastern District of Tenneaaee, is.:
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT ON
JL the ICth day of Janaarv. 1869, a warrant of Bankruptcy
was iisued out of ths District Court of the United State for
the Eastern District of Tennessee, against the eatate of said
James Ware, of Cleveland, in the connty of Bradley, in
said District, who has been aJindifcd a Bankrupt on his own
petition; that the payment of any debts and the delivery of
any property to sucn ttanarnpt 10 mm, or tor uia use, aim
the transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law
and that a meeting of the creditors ot said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts and to choose on or mare assignees of Lis estate,
will be held at a court of Bankrnptcr, to be holden at tbe
office of William Aikin, in the Atkin Block, Gay street, Knox
viile, Tennessee, before said imam Aikin, one or the net; in
ters in Bankruptcy for said District, on the 17th day of Feb
ruary, A. Dm ISO'J, at tu o'clock, A. in.
B. McDANNEL, Messenger
jan 20-2t and U. 8. Marshal tor aaid District
In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern
District af lerne.nce.
In the matter of Henry Hepshcr, Bankrupt.
Eastern District of Tennessee, ss.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
JL on the 12th dav of Jannarv. 1 309. a warrant uf Bank
rnptcy was issned out of the District Conrt of the United
Statea for the Eastern District of Tennessee, against the ea
tate of said Henry Uepsher.of Tazewell, in tbe county of Clai
borne, in said District, who haa been adjudged a Bankrupt
on hia own petition ; that tbe payment of any debts and the
delivery of any property belonging to said isanarupi, to
him. or for his use. and the transfer of any property by him
are forbidden by law : and that a meeting of the creditors of
said Bankrnpt, to prove their debta and choose one or more
Assignees of his estate, will be held at a uourt 01 Bankrupt
cy, to be holden at the offlce or wm. Alain, Atam s nioca,
Uav street, nnoxviua. Tennessee, oeiore said nm. Aisin, a
Register in Bankruptcy for said District, on the 12ih day of
rebruary, A.Li, mtn', at icio'cioea, a. si.
B. McDANNELL, Messenger
jan 20-2t and U. 8. Marshal for aaid District,
In tbe District Court of the Tnited States for 'the Eastern
District or Tenneaaee.
In the matter of R. P. Hamilton, Bankrupt.
WHEREAS. A PETITION FOR Dis
charge waa filed In said Conrt by aald Bankrupt, on the
26th day of December, 1808, whereupon it was ordered by
the Court tbat bearing be nad upon tne satno, ueiore joei
A. Dewev. a Register in Dankruptcy, at the court nonse in
Roirersville. in said District, on the 26th day of January,
lbo9, at 10 o'clock. A, at., and that tbe 2nd and 3rd meeting of
oreditora be neld at tne same time ana piece, au persons
who have Droved their debts, and other person in Interest,
are hereby notified to appear at said time and place, and
show cans, if any they have, why the nrayer of tbe said pe
titioner ahould not be granted. This 8th day of December,
18G8. jan20-3t Attest: N. L, HALL, Clerk.
In the Diatrlct Conrt of the United States for tho Eastern
District of Tennessee.
In the matter of William P. Wall Bankrupt.
WHEREAS, A -PETIITON FOR DIS-
CHARGE waa filed in said Court by said Baukrupt on the
9th day of January, 18, whereupon it waa orciored by the
Conrt that a hearing be had npon the same, before Joel A.
Dewey, a Register in bankruptcy, at .Newport, in tne county
of Cocke, in said District, on the 30th day of March. ISO'.', at
9 o'clock, a. ., and that the 2d and 3d meeting of creditors
beheld at tbe same time and place. All persons who have
Droved their debts, and other persons in interest, are hereby
notified to appear at said time and place, and show cause, if
any tbey have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should
not be granted. This Orb day of January, ia--.
jan 20-3t ' ' . Attest : a. 1. UALL, Clerk
DRY GOODS, 4c.
Great Bargains !
The undersigned would inform bis friouJd aud tlio public
generally, that be has
NEW STORE HOUSE,
Five Doors North of tho Whig Buildmg,
Where he has opn-d lare Htlditii tis l In- "tot'k d
Bought since the d-cline iu prices. 1'urchasvrs will rind it
to their interest to examine uy stork before buying, as I do
HOT lNTtNtt TO SS VSDEErOlD. I kf-p -
DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS,
Large Stock of Ready-Made Clothing,
At Very Low Prl.es.
dee J twAwtf " !..'. HONS.
The Well Known
Ua received an Immense stock of Good, which hn will offer
Every Pay, from 11 A. 31., and from G'
till T. 31.
Chancery Court Rntledge.
J. D. Curl, Administrator, Ac, vs. Wesley M. Smith t nl
THE DEFENDANTS, Agnes Smith,
-A- Wesley M. Smith, Samuel M. Smith, G. H. Smith, Sa
niantba Smith, Joseph Tipton and wife Nancy Ann Tipton,
Samuel Millard and wife Elizabeth Millard, being non-residents
of the State of Tennessee, si charged In the amended
bill : It is ordered that publication be made for fonr success
ive weeks in Brownlow's Knoxviile Whig, notifying said de
fendants to appear before the Chancery Court at Kuiledga on
tbe 3rd Monday of April next, then and there to make de
fence to aaid amended bill filed against them aad others, or
tbe same win be taken for confessed as to them and set for
h-aring ex parte. A true copy of the order.
Test: 0. 0. SMITH. C A M.
jau O-It pf3 By J. W. TOE, D. 0 ft M.
WILL SELL FOR CASH IN HAND
in front of the court house. In Knoxviile. on tbe 6th day
ol rebruary, iwj, at 11 A. M., i.ighty-nv Acres of Lead,
lying iu the 17th District of Knox county, adjoining ths
lands of James Armstrong, F. B. Armstrong and othera, to
satisl'v an execution in my baud from the Circuit Court of
Knox county in favor of William Fisher, Administrator of
Daniel r inner, deceased, vs. Josepb i'arsons et aJ. Said pro
perty oi j antes Armstrong.
jn C-lt V. E. G0S3ETT, Deputy 5:.eriff.
WILL SELL FOR CASH IN HAND
n front of the conrt house, in Knoxviile. on the 6th day
of February, 1S09, at 11 A. M the undiminished interest of
ti. si. i.uitreii, deceased, in a tract of Land lying In the 17th
District ot Knox connty, containing One Hundred Acres,
more or less, to satisfy an execution in my banda from the
Circuit Court of Knox county in favor of WlllSm Conner and
Samuel Pryor. Said land Joins the lands of Jamea Arm
strong, Moses Armstrong and others,
jan t-4t V. F. GOS3ETT, Deputy Sheriff.
S. C. Kiucaid vs.
COURT MA YNARDVILLE,
, Aivis Craig and John W.
. Renbcn Craig
THIS CASE, (CONSOLIDATED), THE
of S. C. Kincaid having bees suggested and proven
in open Court, and it appearing that tre following heirs of S.
C. Kincaid. deceased, are non-residents of tne btate of Ten
nssseo, to wit: 0. F. Kincaid, Mary Kincaid, Sterling Kin
caid, Martha Kincaid, David Kiucaid, John H. Kincaid, La
fayette Kincaid and Thomas Kincaid, so that the ordinary
process or law cannot be served upon them: It is therefore
ordered tbat publication be made for four successive week ia
Brownlow' Whig, notifying said non-resident defendanta to
appear on or before the next aale day preceding the next reg
ular Term of this Court to be held for the county of Union.
at the court honse in Mayoardviile, on the first Monday of
May next, to plead, answer or demur, as tbe case may re
quire, or the same will be taken for confessed and let for
hearing ex parte. A copy of the order,
jau -4t pfo JAMES W. BRANSON, C. ft M.
CIRCUIT COURT OF CLAIBORNE COUN
D. P. Herrel vi. George W. Day.
IN THIS CAUSE THE DEATH OF
A the defendant was suggested and admitted In open Court,
and it appearing tbat Jamea A. Day and Samuel Day, hairs
at law of said George W. Day, are non-residents: It is there
fore ordered that publication be made in Brownlow'a Knox
viile Whig for four successive week, notifying aaid James A.
Day and tiumuel Day to appaar befora tha Jnrige of our Cir
cuit Conrt, to be held for the county of Claiborne, as th
court house iu Tazewell, on the 2d Monday in January next,
tohow cause, if any they have, why laid cause should not
be revived in their names as heiri-at-law of laid defendant,
ueorge n.uay. J. n. IBitUi,
dec 8-4t pt5 Clerk.
Wm. T. Moss vs. Isaac Davis.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARS From
JL affidavit of tbe plaintiff that the defendant is a non-resident
: It is therefore ordered tbat publication be made in
Brownlow's Knoxviile Whig for four successive weeks, noti
fying said defendant to appear before the Judge of our Cir
cuit Court on the 2d Monday of May next, at the courthouse
in Tazewell, to defend said suit, or fie same will be proceed
ed with ex parte. dec30-4t pfi -. N. TRKECE, Clerk.
W3I. G. BROWNLOW, GOVERNOR OF
the State of Tenuesseo To all who shall see these presents.
whereas, It be been made known to me that YOUNG
ROBINSON and DECATl tt CROSS did, on the 21st day of
May, 1:j;8, make an assault, with inteut to kill, npon the
person of Playsant Henry, of onr county of Blonnt. and that
the said Robinson aud Cross have lied from Justice, and are
now running at large
Now, therefor?, I, Wm. G. Brownlow. Governor as afore
said, by virtue of the power and authority in me vested, do
nereny oilers reward or riVK hlmdked DULLAH8 for
both of the said fugitives, or TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY
DOLLARS for either to any person, or persons, who may
apprehend and deliver the same to the Sheriff or Jailor of
our county ol Blount, in order that justice may be done, etc.
DEbC'niPTlWM or BOBIMSOM AND CROSS.
Young Robinson is V fr.-t liich. snare bulIL blue eve, his
hair is sandy and inclined to curl, aud has remarkably large
feet ; is 17 or 18 years of age.
L'ecatur cross Is about 17 or 19 years old. 5 feet 7 Inches
tall, dark complexion, with dark eyes and dark hair, and ia
r.tui'-r neavy built.
In testimony whereof, I havo hereunto et my band, and
caused the Ureat Seal of tho fetata to be affiled, at
-1 AC Nashville, on the 18th dsy of December, 1HH.
By tho t.ovarnor: W. G. BROWNLOW.
A.J. FLETCHER, Secretary of State. dec 30-4 1
CHANCERY SALE OF LAND.
STATE OF TENNESSEE CAMPBELL COUNTY.
N OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE REN-
DE RED at the October Term of tha Chancer? Court, la
the cace of Cowan A Dli kinaon v. James Cooper : I will sell
at the door of the court house in Jacksboro'. to th hivha
bidder, on the 1st day of February, lSO, the following tracts
or pan el of land, to wit .
One tract said to contain one hundred acres, more or Ir;,
situated in Civil District, No. 6, adjoining th lauds of John
vrmiimnn, .'mn r-excon ana it. II. fntlon.
One other tract said to contain eighty-seven and on-balf
acre's., more or less, adjoining the iirst tract, and also ad.
joiuiugthe lauds ol U. U. Cutton, J. J. Marrk and Nesh Sex
tine other undiviJed half-interest lu a tract ..i.l in -. I.
one hundred and seventy acres mor or less, sitnated in' lvil
uhitk i ,-o. a, adjoining the lauds of John Housley, William
Wilson, Wm. II. MrN'eetv. Nelson Lvuch and oiher. .
Also, one lot situated In tho town of Fincaatla. aaid to
tain to aud oue-ball a. res, the same on which the said James
Cooper now lives
The roregomg laud, will Im sold on a credit of ix and
velve months, the purchaser glvlns: bond with m,rnwl
curify, bearing interest frooi data, retaining a lien on the
nd until the pmcliaae money is hilly paid.
dec'9-4t p(7 D.HART, C.AM.
J. S. VAN GILDER'S
BOOT, SHOE AIMD LEATHER STORE,
FRENCH CALF SEWED BOOTS, HADE TO ORDER
LEATHER BELTING. Made to Order !
AU Orders Promptly Shipped by Express to all Points on Railroads, tir-
J. S. VAN GILDER,
aepCtf . ' Sign IIiT 11 ot. Knoxviile, Teun.
'a . vL-'i i -wV - 1
f v" -,-.-.. .- -vi '. -J K h ts
I :-r:'- r-r own
DR. P. H. CARDWELL
AS THIS DAY EFFECTED AN
arrangement by which he will be able tn th future to
supply all persona who may desire, from single to a foil set of
teeth on tbe
VtLCASIZED Rl'BBEIt BASE,
Being the latest Improvement In our profession, and having
been lufflciently tested to warrant its utility, we take pleasure In
recommending It ai being far preferable In many respoet lo
any other base heretofore used. It can b used 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 set of teeth on thia method cost only
half what they would on gold, and yet preferable in all respects,
P. H. CARDWELL.
DR. T. F. PECO,
DENTAL fcfer SURGEON.
Office Gay Street, two doors South of the Post Office, with
Dr. A. C. PftaiMT. ang 2ti-ly
NEW DENTAL OFFICE.
ss fe: vi h o q
It HE A A HARRIS,
AU Dental work carefully and skillfully porformed. Teeth
extracted without pain by the nse of Nitron Oxide Gas. It
perfectly harmless, passing off without leaving the least
unpleasant feeling, and tt can be taken with safety by the
old or young, feeble or strong. Onr prices are so moderate
that tne poor can bave work done as well as the rich. Call
and be convinced for yourself. nov 18-fitn
CHARLES H. FLOURNGY,
Successob to J. T. AsiRMitHt A Co.
HEAJL, ESTATE AGENT,
NO. 14, OAT BTRIKT,
Strict attention given to all business entrusted to his oare.
AMERICAN COLLECTING AGENCY.
No. 2 13 Broadway, New York.
ESTABLISHED IX 1852.
( CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED
J STATES GOVERNMENT for Quartermaster and Com
missary stores need by tha Army, prosecuted at my risk and
Particular attention girsn to claima for timber naed and
destroyed by tbe United States troop along the Una of the
cast i.nnessee ana Virginia and Masbville and Chattenoogsi
Blank and information furniahed free of charit to thus
proposing to make out claims.
N. B. l0 cAarj unlet collection l mad. '
Claim acstnst private parties anvwher la tha rn,Led
States or Canada, a well a claim atraln.t tha C.n.r.l
State Governments, prosecuted on tbe most liberal terms.
mayw-ti jj. UL'NTISGTOS JLEK.
rr t H T .z:
II. C. WILCOX & CO..
niMR 1.1D DtALXSK, WH9LZSALK At tlUll., I'M
Coal Creek Coal,
'"OKE, riRE-WOOD AND LCUBKR
Of every vai :ety. Lumber, Coal and Wod Yards on Kn. i
vil e aud Charleston Railroad, West of Cumberland ai I
Cli iirh streets.
dr r. I. ft at the Office under the Lamar limine will r..
ceive uiuairl attention. snz 1 twjtw tt
W. W. WOODRUFF & CO,
GARDEN SEEDS, &c.
BIfIc and Blasting Powder and Fuse.
CAN FURNISH ANYTHING AND
everything conr.cted with the Hardware Bi'ii.
mar27tf Kuosvilla T-no
East Tennessee Book House
PAN FURNISH THE LEGAL AM)
Medical fraternity with La
adelphia and Boston price.
r aud Jledical Books at rhil
R. II. RICHARDS .1 CD.
TENNESSEE FORM BOOK.
HEISKELL'S DIGEST OF THE DK
CTSIONS, ConstabU's Guide aad Form Book fi r T-n.
nesser. The Tennesaew Hand Book by Bokum, Annals of
Tennesee by Ramsey. Tor sale at tha E.t Tennee B .
Boom. R. R. RICA A RDM A C)
BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF POCKKT
X and Family Bible, also larg and small Traj
ever nrougni into tnia section, can
b seen at th Es.t I'
ll. RH UABPS A (
HO ISTON FACTORY ENVELOPES.
TO MERCHANTS AND OTHERS BUY-
A. I NO quantities we can offer th Una of Envelope it "ri
low price. Call at tbe East Trtinraim B ...k Hon.-.
R. If. RICHARDS A I
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE
WE INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
Teacher. Students. Mercheut and th P'onle
East Ten ne. sea generally to our large stork of Rook tn '
line. Kvvryihing for Scboola can be bad at the i ,.t T u
Bo"k House, Bend ia ynnr order, tn
R. II B ICI1 ABDS i r.
SABBATH SCHTOL BOOKS"
OF ALL THE DENOMINATIONS,
furnished at Eastern price. C nil In vur oi-it. '
th Cast Tennessee Book Uoum.
It. II. Ill C flA B V9 k '
BANJOES, FLUTES, DRUMS.
qUMBOU RINES, CONCERTINAS,
1 SI usle Boxes, Bra Instrument, Ac.-crdnon, Trlanir!-.
luea. Casta D.ts. FLaiieol.t., Clarion. t. all kind of ."trim"
and trimmings, can bs had at th- t..t T'rr.".-, it .
Unn. K. H. RICH 1RI1 .
CELEBRATED GOLD PENS.
A LARGE STOCK OF THESE V
n nonnlar Cold Pen Mn ha fonn.t at Ih. Y m T-m
Book house. Every Pen fully Warranted.
It. II. HI' IIARTH '
a7Call and yon will iad oar Panrs as Low a vua Lowcer.
And all kinds of Tin and heet Iroa Work don to order on
short xtic. jaaa-tf
' rilEHE WILL BE AN ELECTION
I bald a TCEf D A T, tha M of March, J'. at No. 41
N-th toilrc atrwrt, kaahviile, Tnttim, frt be pnrpo
of etactiag Dtrsctor for the Tens. aa4 Panic Railroad
for the ea.aing yecsr. HENRI . FRAZER, T. P.
jaa ll-3t and Acting f reatdent.
Ia his new Stor on Osy tit, formerly occupind by J. C.
HONEST J'lHN be takea charge of the tock of the well
known firm of J. 0. Flaad.rs A Co., which ha been replen
ishes? with ev.ry kind ol merchandise, consisting of
Men's and Boys'
Ladies' and Gents'
LADIES' AND GENTS' SHAWLS,
Xlats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Tofrether with a jood iw.nm nt of
All of which will be sold at tk
leople Own Irloe.
nn'I?T JOHN, Auctioneer.
N. B lla.inx ajp-I the aervjee. of Messrs. n.
i.n.a .i and B T. Lirrarli, ladoe sad r"ii-va wihl:,i
ta boy Uood at retail will recwv t!,e .trlcu-tl it-ntu n of
tb. abov named KnU.saa rrnsa 8 till It 1. at., and from 2
till 6 r m. rtec -tf
cTATE OF TENNESSEE KNOX COUNTT.
Wm. H. Rodger v. John E. Stephen
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
A by affidavit that tho defendant. John E. fftena.n. I. i.
ly indebted to tb. l lalutlfT and is a noa-reei.lon t of tli. .,.
o that the ordinary process ef law canuot be Mrved on bim
and an orijrlnal attachment having been levied on his rnp'
erty: it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the
Knoxvill. Win, a newspaper pnbli.bed iu Knoivilie for four
ucressiv weeks, commanding the said John X. Btesbcn to
apear bef..r me, or aoine other J astir, of tha peace, u.i
ftice In Knoville, on th 2-tls dav of Anrll. ls.l a.rf
defence to said suit .k-aiust bim, or It will ba proceed..! with
''"','- u- JLRCJLJtU, J. P.
dec h.i-t pr. for Kaescooaty.
SELL TO THE IIIGHE.ST
tb, at the court hoot door in Knosvilila.
'th day of Januaiv, 18(Vj, all i9
demand that tb ts holder in
A bidder for e
on A n KDAV, th ;
riglif, title, claim and
' .. t tb ana to cer
tain boucrs and appurtenances thereto, m4 'Jin lot of
land known it tha (iai Works,- iittucM oa ibe north
bank of the II .l.-ton river, in the city of Knoxviile, and
bounded on the scuth side by Kiver itreat, on the want
by Henley iireet, on tbe north by iront street, and on
the eat by L.x-U't etre the same being ko ,wn as tb
tas Works i'roi erl.". fcatd property was levied on to
A full opp!y of
Gilt, Rosewood and Walnut frame, Albums and I'h -lonraphsof
prominent men, always on' ban I.
P. 8. Tba art of Pbotr yrapby tau?ht in all iu branch
1 l-lhr'tl tefln"- au a j:- w t wtf.
Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston
"TRAINS NOW RUN TO WOLF Ckeek,
-a. 4i mile, from Morrbiown, and mile from Wria
Pprloss, ..rth Carolina. Connect at Mwy Oaefc vita -taK
Lin for Ai-tuvili aad Morfaaton. . C, and .raill., B.
C. Tbi Is tba brtet, cheapeM aad b(t Bog u from tsat
T-nneaae w tb Interior of tb Carolina.
Trains will ran Trl-Wnly on Monday., Wdnd as I
Triday. ai follow, making eloaaeonnactioii with tut T.o
aMMaod Vit(iai Road, aad th etaj Lo al Insiisst
A 'm 30 A. . Arriv al MorrUtowa t V
MASON ti HAMLIN'S
THESE WORLD-RENOWNED IN
HTBCMEN'TS can be had of "set M.anf.'torer.' pr
ee list of styles and prices at East T.noe P-k,s Hoqv.
R. II. Bli A A R tn.
FOH 8 ALE.
TWO-'lHIRDS INTEREST IN A Vi.
1 Law flO year from OctoL-f 1ft, V"'', on th !.r, !
tbe Kaozvill aad Eantn'ky Railroad, 't") y.rd. Irr -d I
road. Gradual ascent. Feia i ft thick. Will b .oil 'if?
Utt cash. Apply to
CIIA-. IT. FL'it'Rtr;V
aept'i.dm Caysitrear, Kaov.tll-, T.nt -
filUNSOII & s"eyour
11 AVE RECEIVED SETTLEMENT Y
Claiaaant, a stated bvlow, vki are ,n-.-i t; !:
soon as possible aad r-rlTe Dm aesn. :
JobaMoy.r. Co. F, 9th Tea a. Cavalry, ..Km n.l
l'.rnan4 Clarkaon, Co , 1st T-nn Cav, a .
I'S'W Jirn, .o u. Zd Tenn Cavalry
.eov( W Carroll, U, lt Mismitri ea,
Jaase Prir, Co F.Sth T.aa cavalry
. w rKMO,C.L.'il 1I111U
rreicts M Turner, co D, ib T.an la.aatry
Robrt Jinas, eo D, 'Mb Teas cavlr.
Deary O Jon, eo I, th Tnn ranlry,
Jame t(I.Td, co K, Id Tnn ea:rv
Ell rltiar, faih.r of Was 11 tiW, i a t
Mry Jlaek, wtdw of Jaa P Bl...k
Kebeeca Haddos, widow of Jnae V.vi U t,
Frraando ( Urkaon, bra. of m Cira.a,
Naoey Clarkaon, widow of ll.nry !ark. .n,
Manly Knabia, (attvr of John U Knbk.,
farab rater, asothes of J.-t, trio'i,
" mrllaad, TreMqry Draft
ji ii nutcBrr,
NEW VHOLESALF HOUSF
Ku-x county. Sfate of Tenncrfsee : one in favor of Jonn
K. Uf.tBM vt. tba KDoxville Um Light Company, and
tha oat- ja f,Vur of u-TTiag A i loyd, ts. tb mm
Cou.aby. M. 1. Ii2AftDi;5, Sheril.
doc an at by J0I1X i.IIifcS. Deputy Sber.ff.
WILL SELL To" THE HIGHEST
bi.luer at tba tJUn bou door in Knoxviile, f..r ah.
t on SAIL RD AY, th :;th da, ( January, 1S61,, all tbe
j rijht, ti::e, c'aiui an 1 demand that teriiosr Ii.Kkr ha
a ccruin tract of land lvin in lha ISil, r,.il
v....,, . iu i.t c .niain sou Tt,
II to fa.'i.fv an
i in at.J
I district t,( Kr,'
; more or !,. a lioinir u,e lr 1
; Epps ar, l o-hef.. t-xi-l :n I.
I execution t-,ue-l Ir.m the C.rcuit C-nr l Knot eonn'v
, a.ain.i .- er.iD(f Bo,,icer. ii 1' tiant. Lev
sepa uvcr on and n . W. .V.Uon, and in
; kj-U hr JOHN lilh&i, Ier-aty itwij.
Ji vt.Br so:
n ID P. jI.
fVc '-tl tf
FORTUNES FOR WORKINQMEN I
A Hew and Bars Way to Accumulate Propert?.
THIS BOOK PROVES THAT WORK- j
A ssei mm . Jl l! .'; . . . .
Frlc t i on rota( paid. AUre.. A.T.FECE " !
f oorr ticat
W. A. alkr, Adaibitrafr, vs. John . T--.ls tt a:a.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
Chaarry .Vurt tt Blouat eowoty , reader at
c.mlr T.rm, Uf. 1 .11 U at p, .BkjB liw ,
hoB d-n ia tmnty of Kaoivilis.ca AT f RDA Y th r"th
day of February n.vt, teXwsaa taakoarsaf U 4. if aad J
P. At., a tract of land rtv.le-l ia th litu CivU Daetra-S of
..... aa iwnr LtOt ' ea tlii,a ,
rt.ev, f-r,-..nlr.s: avor- or b. ; and U that aart
of .aid T.l b.n ta.d b-for. ip.r, t, J "a. K !
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; GEORGIA, WESTERN NORTH t'tf.'.
LIN A AND VI EG IMA
Wo Are IVox Oih-iiIiil; I"
NEW BLOCK OF BUILOIfiGS,
A let'f aad ar. a- ud 'lock if
te-twii,.Mid J"a k , j -y- - -v ryi n Ol TT f Tl -r-w a n n
far-f of Elixa Ta. U will b. ml. . , d of s. Ii .d I m-mth. I V V J UAAViJ)J U.XX J. -
UODDE, DR1EXT A CO.,
STEAM TANNERY. Nce is
No lice to Tax-l'ajrr).
ezent i per cent, ol Ike anrrhaa. awr. wawa 1 win rm.
jair to b- paid la hand on in. -t i lrf
r.l. ate ia al amoa-rv., iw-.rfrt litere.t froea dater vritk
ro-d aa t aolvme vcantv. e -al r tfc remainder, and a
ilea r.ielt,4 oa lb. I... ml ar. pal I Tk nle t.
L aae in bar of in. nn ef redemption.
I .in .'I at tn -ot't n-o dwr ia Marrsille aa th.
Montgomery, Morgan Oount.Tenn.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Tt.
I 1 atl wl oas It uay conrara. tbat no memb.r of lr. at ve
FTrm baa power to roatcact any debta against ..id Bra,
n T. Mn. t.c L. i .. tit. term bevwlab.fWe.
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AND JOB PRI5TIMJ OICVLTT UeelCriD- l'Won of th. s two l.t-aB.t!oBrd trail. lt aiao b.
say ansof th partie coaatltullng tk a.n. it,. b. iif, K ..i r4, IViti.i f,Cic r,r, l,c , : day ot sal.. jd Umtm will l..MuMi.
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