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KNOXVILLE WEEKLY rilRONKLK, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1870.
ICnrroits ('HitOMfM: Allow mo to com
mence where " .S. S. E." left oil", in his re
murks on cditentioiinl mutter Tlutrnduy,
suulnild u few lines. Jlo asks: ''What
should be our millcy?" an important quoM
(Ion, us nil will nt once luhnlt. Wo reply :
" Union!" Thero can never be any real
growth In educational mutters so long us
one party pulls in one direction and anoth
er the contrary way. That all wish to see
our Institutions oi learning advance, that
all take a pride- in their success, is not
doubted, but unfortunately some favor one
man, some another : some favor one plan,
some another, and the consequence is noth
ing is done us it should he. Wo hold that
The (,'ost or l'lg Iron Foals Not All Dead
to be successful in the highest acceptation
of the term, "old things should pass
away," and with hearts longing for the im
provement of the rising generation, for
their usefulness, and consequently their
happiness, each one should strive to excel
in the good work of uniting and harmon
izing the discordant elements abotittis, thut
wo may make such progress in the enlight
enment of all classes as knoxville has
never witnessed before.
"8. S. K." mentions the University and
the Institute. These are both Important
Institutions, and demand the fostering care
of our citizens ; but, sir, it should not be
our "policy" to stop here. That Dr.
Humes is making the University a llrst
elass College in every sense, is certainly
true. Tills was recognized and acknowl
edged by all who attended the closing ex
ercises of that institution some w.eeks ago.
And that I'rof. Rutler is eminently quail
tied to conduct the Female institute is also
certain, but do all the young men of this
community attend these place of Instruc
tion " Unfortunately, no.
"Well, what shall bo done? Shall the
crowds of children In our mid-d who are
unable to pay for their education, bo per
mlttcd to grow up in ignora'neo and sin?
Oh, sirs, it is too bad! it is sinful! it Is
criminal! Certain business men of this
place God bless them, as Ho certainly will
propose to seek out indicent children.
who desire knowledge, and send them to
the school above named; u most praise
worthy undertaking, but this is not
enough. 1'ortunate, indeed, will be the
little ones selected, hutvhat of the bal
ance V "What is tobecomeof the many not
selected ? It seems they are to grow upall
uneducated, and unqualified to meet the
exigencies of the age they live In : and sirs.
cro they dio they will have reason to curse'
tho " policy " of thoso who would not con
tribute a farthing of their abundance for
the education of the poor. 1 do not know
the views of " 8. 8. E." on tho all import
ant matter; 1 only know he did not go far
enough. I hope, however, Ids able pen
may be employed, not only in tho cause of
general education, but also for the good of
the jioor and needy.
AN ith a brief quotation from the immor
tal Washington, I close. He said: "Pro
mote, us a mutter of primary importance,
institutions for the general diffusion of
knowledge. In proportion us the structure
of the Government gives force to public
opinion, it is essential that public opinion
should bo enlightened."
WHAT Oil ANT HAS DONE.
There has been n good donl said of lato
about tho cost of pig iron, the matter being
discussed with much warmth, pro ami con,
one party trying to prove thut "pig" can
be produced very low, while the opposite
party ndducc equally strong arguments go
ing to show that to successfully bring forth
anything of the klnil will cost very high.
we do not now refer to tho matter sup
posing that the piddle care half so much
about the cost of iron as they do about tho
cost of bread and incut, or coffee and whis
ky, but only to notice wlinla large amount
oi money certain parties are (omng, uy not
David A. AVelN, late Commissioner of
itcvenue, has the honor of opening this
discussion. His object was to prove that,
whereas till the Iron manufacturers now
igaged in the business throughout tho
Willie tlie Democratic pres of the coun
try .are hounding President Grant, about
his ' disposition of tho jmtronago of tho
Government, and licensing him of being
incompetent and trifling, ho quietly but ef
ficiently discharges ills duties, and leaves
the record of his wqrk to answer his accu
sers. Senator Morton, in an able speech de
livered at Terre Haute, Indiana, a few days
ago, gives the merits of thepresont.Adniin
istrutiou in such strong contrast with tho
demerits of its predecessor that we extract
a portion of it and commend it to the at
tention of our readers.
In addition to what Mr. Morton said, we
might add that during the past sixteen
months of Grant's administration the pub
lic debt lias been reduced t?14,O00,0()0.
In speaking of the reduction of eighty
millions of taxation made by the present
Congress, Senator Morton said : '
Now, tlio question may present it.-ulf to your
mind, how is it Unit we lmvo been nblo to repeal
eighty millions of tuxos? "Why was nut that
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SUllY Dkcautmkxt, )
tx, I), ('., July,-,, 1870. J
You lmvo lind a iU-miblium O.m
gross nil tliu tiino; why could you not iln it lio
Foro? 1 will toll you. Wo lmvo hnd lU'pub-
licun Uongrow, nut not ii Kcpuimcuu Aumitiis
tration until tho Inst sixteen Month. Tho last
threoaiul a hull' yeura of President Johnson's
Administration was as thoroughly Democratic
us was that of James Jlnchanaii or Franklin
Pierce. 1 want to toll you how wo tire able at
this time to repeal eighty millions of tnxos, nail
still have surplus money ruining into tho Treas
ury, b'irst, ny economy by reducing tho expense-
of tho Government, anil wo reduced
them, a compared with Pre.-ident Johnson'
Admlni-trntion, over ilfty millions of dollars.
They lmvo been curtailed here, and curtailed
there, iiud in tho other plnco, and the expenses
of tho government lmvo been greatly reduced.
Then wo lmvo gained a largo amount in another
wny by tho honot collections of the revenue.
1 vii-h to bliow you a btntcnic.H 1 obtained from
the Secretary of tho Treasury only threo or four
days ntro. 1 saw Mr. llontwell the day 1 started
from AYuOilngton, and asked him to i-cml mo a
statement over his own signature n to tho
amount of the gain by the honest collection of
tho revenue sinou General Grantcameintopow-
cr, iiero ii. is, ami a sunn rvmi il iu ,yihi,
Jinn. O. P. Morion ;
In rnnlv to vuttr Verbal innu rv. I lmvo tho
honor to btnto that thero 1ms beon an increase of
thirty-two millions six hundred and sevcnty-tlvo
thousand dollars in tho internal rovenuo receipts
during tho first sixteen mouths of President
Grant's. udmiiiMnition, as compared with tho
la-' Mti'cn month-, ol i'lv-ide... .Ji.liii-nii r. ad
ministration." There you lmvo it. On the -time rate of taxa
tion -even with lo, because under Johnson's
mlmtnUtriitlun tho tax on whisky was twu dol
lars per gallon, while it is now fifty rents per
gallon wo have tin increase of more than thir
ty -two millions in tho receipt of internal reve
nue in sixteen months. -Mr. ltoutull goci on :t
' tnl an increase, of uinetccn million four
hundred and sixty (honnud, nine hundred and
II i ft -threo dollar hi custom dutie for fhoSHtne
pi nod and upon tho pulim uumparii-oif, making
an airgreifitt" of flfty-ene millions tour hundred
and eight thousand, ix hundred and ninety
Just reuniting from im honest administration!
AVlii'U you add this to wlipt we have gained in
tho -way ot'ocfluomy, by reducing the expendi-turi-,
vou will understand how we vjiro able to
reduce taxation eighty millions of dollnin by one
The Prussian Consul has befit instructed
to forward all volunteer.- to the Vuterland
ns npcedilv a ilde. Hue is an oppor
tuuit. for the native American Radical to
sliou hisiolors. (iiiiir '.
United States aro ranldly irottimr rich by
making pig iron at a cost of $10 to $20 per
ton and selling the same nt about $40; and
whereas the neonle tho dear lieoiilo aro
burdened anil oppressed beyond enduranco
by such monopolists anil extortioners;
therefore the Government should at onco
rcduco tho tariff, and give the foreign man
ufacturer! a hotter "showing," and thus
bring down the price of tiler iron.
The editor of tho Whin, not lonir ngo,
took up the matter, and thus bewails the
"Something must he done to protect their
interests (tno western states), lor tney
cannot afford to toll aud sweat upon the
farms to make money to keep up the rich
nabobs of Pennsylvania iiiul other Eastern
States, who make their living and their
fortunes by selling Iron, etc., at enormous
Tho question wusnskod. "Can Ponnayl
vanialiaveanionopolyRnil get rich througl
a protective tariff, to tho exclusion of Ten
neseo or any other State In tho Union.'
To which the Whig replies: "Most assur
edly. Hits not that beon the history of
tins State lor years and years ." Doos not
every fair minded man know this to he
so, and ns a consoquence has it not been
proverbial that Pennsylvania, has aho
lutely grown "fat and slick" by virtue of
her iron monopoly? Her advantage ovor
Tennessee and other States Is. that she can
manufacture Iron cheaper than they, and
because of this she has beconio strutted
It appears, however, thut the Whin edi
tor and his friend Wells do not agree on
tins point as to the advantages of Teilne
see. One of the witnesses introduced by
tno latter says :
viile and Kentucky, Nashville and Chatta
nooga. Winchester and Alabama. Alabamt
ami Chnttanooira, North and South, and
other railroads, are almost walled in by
iron ore, coal ana limcstono, wlileli tli
God of Nature lias bestowed with a lavis!
hand upon this favored country.
And pier iron can now be made in Ten
nesnce, Georgia ami Alabama, and delivered
at Louisville at a cost of $2 Cincinnati
Si! and Pittsburg per ton.1'
When we deduct the freight from the
points named to these markets, which is
not less than $10 to Sll per ton, it gives us
twelve dollars urr ton as the cost of manu
facturing pig Iron on the Knoxville and
Kentucky and Eat Tennessee and Vir
ginia railroads. Kither Mr. Wells or the
editor of the Whig is evidently mistaken
as to tho comparative advantages of Ten
nessee, but as tho latter gives no proof, wo
must conclude that tho former is best au
thority in tills matter. Doth, however,
agree that there Is more clear money in pig
Iron than in any other business that can be
When gold was discovered In California,
it was only necessary to make the people
believe in tho golden talcs of big nuggets to
causo a grand rush to those auriferous re
gions; till expecting to become suddenly
rich. We might now expect that if the
people could be made to believe in the nu
bob story of nil tho iron men getting rich,
and of East Tennessee, in particular, hav
ing smclr&upcrior advantages, thero would
be an equal rusli to make sure of such a
rare chance to make a fortune. Put what
can we think of thoo carping, snarling,
unreasonable creatures who pretend to be
lieve that iron can lie produced at a profit
of over two hundred per cent., but who sit
la.ily down in very sight of these "walls
of iron on coaland limestone," only to fret
about the " high price of iron " ami the ex
tortion of the monopolibts who manufac
ture it. Either they do not believe in their
own declarations or else they tiro great
fools for not helping themselves to some of
tins money, wnen so mucii ot it w " lying
around loose." it. l .
New ork State Has a town named
There were M8 cases of suicide In the
russlan army last year.
The census Just taken In Hungary shown
population oi in,vM,viKS.
The conclave of the Seven Wise Men
will lie held lu Cincinnati next vear,
Los Angelos. California, will make a mil-
lion gallons ot wine tins year.
The farmers! of the West cxnorfonco no
(iimcuiiy in opiuining moorcrs tins summer.
An Immense German meeting was held
n Hullalo lust night, to sympathize with
Two men were killed nt Lowell. Mnsw..
few days since, by the fall of a grain ele-
Meetings of svinputliv for Prussia con-
Inue to bo held in nil the lurgo cities of
Tho Omaha Tribune, with tho " occon.
trio" George Krnncla Train at the head,
A good many llemlngton rillcsare mnn-
uiactunng in tins country) some of which
arc lor Austria.
It is reported that tho Turkish Govern
ment has contracted with pintles in Ameri
ca for two hundred cannon.
The loss bv the Davton. Xnv.nfii ftn
was over one hundred' thousand dollars.
:V new dnllv tumor has lust been started
at Portland, Oregon, under the title of tho
Madamo Olllvler despairs of setting a
hlgh-ncckod fashion, and has given up
Nearly two millions of Germans hare
emigrated to this country during the last
A York State Sentuagehtirbui is called
crazy by his family hecause he is worth
$."00,000 and wnnts to marry a handsomo
A. Harvester in Jicigs county, Tcnn., re
cently, whilo stoonlnc to gather a sheaf.
was fltruck in the forehead by a rattlesnake,
and died in two hours.
The saleswomen employed in dry and
fancy goods stores in Nework have at
last succeeded in effecting an organization,
having for its' object a reduction in the
hours of labor.
Knoxville Iron Column
IRON COMPANY !
MINER'S -AND DEALERS
Celebrated Anderson Comity
COAL AND COKE.
SEASON OF 1 870!
mount County, East Tennessee.
flMlH FAV0MTI2 SfMMKll UKSOHT FOll TUP.
L invalid nnii incmurc-acckcr will bo open lor tn
retention of rlltora
JUNE 1st, 18TO.
Tim tnnt murkotl brncftaiflt rcfliiltx nttpnillmr llii. nun
of tliMrt Wfttrrn. In function!!! dcranitrnirnU or tho
MVNIt. l!0WI-:i,S. KtDNKYS and SKIN, am! tlio
euro of CHRONIC DISKASKS. attest tho
Oi' Tmcsi: Wathiw.
Pltuateilnttho lmf of OHIMIOWKK MOUNTAINS
they present tlio strongest attractions to both, tli
Invalid and the Pleasure Seeker,
No leu on account of its liuro iuviRoratinx atmospliero
and tbo beauty of tho nurrottmlltur scenery, than of tho
rettorame powers oi it waters, rjucn provision nas
been mauo for tho
COMFORT OF VISITORS
That tho Proprietor confidently proinUe? p.itijfaclion
to mi ituesis.
With Mall and Passengers,
Hun between Maryville, tlio tennlnuf of tho railroad,
from Knoxville, and the Sprint a distanco of nlno
miles, over jrood roads.
Hoard, per day. 8 'Ms oerwoek. Slfi.Ofli ner month.
tw. mures?, tor parucoiars,
Three Hundred Sizes of
JOS. Ii. KINO. Proprietor.
Suitable Tor Farming and Mechanical
SIGN OF THE BIG GUN!
Purtlculur attention given to
REBUILDING AND REPAIRING
THE SUPRKMK C0UKT
F.iwtorn Division oftlirMtnto of Trniictweo
V"IIil. BE BKdUN, OPKNKI) AND 11KM AT
v r the Court llouao in Knozvillo, on tho Und Mon-
dar (beine the 12th day) oi J-ontcmber next, when the
1 bujin- of tho Court mil ho takon up and heard in
accordance with tho ord t miuto by aid Court at il last
term; whica oracru lu ttiu womj ana uicures touow
it is araerca by tno Murt mat at tno next term or
thU Court, tho ciriicasns upon tho docket bo taken up
and disposod of in tho following order, to-wit:
urst. AucasenontneuocKOt oi tno rum circuit
tiled durins or nrcviouj to tho year ISM.
bfxoid. All ea'ea upon tho docket ol tno irr,
SrrmJ. Third. Fmirth and fifth Circuits, filed durinir
and previous to tho year lffij.
''Commencing with tho 'irt Circuit, and takinc tho
sovtral Circuits in the order above named. . . .
Tho criminal caam will bo taken up and dupoaed ol
a tho Court may direct."
A trao copy of tho order. Twl:
M. Ii. PATTRRS0N,
Clerk Supremo Court, at Knoxville.
STACY & ANGEL,
Manufacturers of Rifles,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
C ji rti'i l is H
SI'ORTING ARTICLES AND GUN
(1, ), M ater Proof and Musket Caps
POCKET CUTI.KUY, FISHING TACKLE.
SHOT. LEAH, (1UN 1IAHHEI.S,
And etery oilier Articlo usually found in a first class
Aironts for tbo
Orange It i tic I'owrinr,
A lurao lot of Powder and Fuse always on hand.
Wo havo cood workmen mid aro nreiured to do re
pairing of nil kinds.
Itllles Dlaiiu to Order.
Wo nro ptill lnivinir Old AnnJ. Send for Price List.
Orders solicited mid carefully filled.
NT.M'Y V AM1KI,
upril Gtf Knoxville, Tcnn.
Saw, Flour and Bark Mills,
WROUGHT AND CAST
Sherlll '.s Sales.
BYVIllTUEOF AN KXF.CUTI0N ISSUED FROM
tho Circuit Court of JotTonon county. TcnnoNiec.
and to mo directed, I will soil for caah, at tho Depot of
thu East Tenncwjco, Virsinia and uooraia Ilailroad
Company, lu hnoxvllle, on haturuay, tno btnuayot
A ii mint. 1KTII. In thci hlnheat hiddnr. all tlin riclit. title.
'J? hl'UMllCl'H, I claim and demand that John It. Hranncr, in fill life
timo, nau in aim to one nunureu ami iut.v ruaren oi mo
capital stock of tho East Tennessee, Virginia and Ueor
xu Ilailroad Company, now in tho bands of his Execu
tors. John Talbutt, li. .M. Hranncr and (I. M. Hranncr;
levied on as tho property of tho deceased, John It.
Hranncr, to satisfy u judgment rendered in tho Circuit
Court of Jefferson county, Tennessee, on the 13th day
of Anril. 1S70. for tho sum of ono thousand and sixty
dollars and sixty-threo cents (Sl.UuO 61) and costs, in fa
vor of James At. .Meek, for tho use of Isaao Hakcrvs.
John Talbutt ot a!s.. Executors!' John It. Branner, de
ceased. V. F. tlOSSETT, riheriff.
11 Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IBSUF.D FROM
J tho Circuit Court of Joflcrson county, Tennessee,
and to mo dirocted, 1 will sell for cash in hand, to tho
highest bidder, at tho Depot of tho EastTenncsscc, Vir
ginia and Ueorgla uauroaa uompany, on Katurnay, tno
King Williuni euros notliini,' lor nil the
Rothschild.-! In tlio world. Huhnin wll
filled trcuxnry, with niori' than thirty mil
linii" of huril tlolliiri. tlie exnet onnosito of
the French tivusury, whose iieeounts show
notlilnir exeunt on the debtor Mtle. He
t-ides, the Couneil of the North Gorman
(Vinl'i'iliTntiiin. iidvlnir on till" fiitui'i un
irobat ioH of tlio Jlli't, has grunted liim an
uiilliiiitod ereillt. The King, accordingly,
win unwilling to receive the finnnciul ne
gotiator ; und, while he hitncelf packed oil'
tlie ini)crtlnent Count lloueiletti with u
round answer, lie sent word to the rleii
Uil;il Hotlft-diild by a servant thitt he warf
At this Mr. Alfonso gi'ts Uligry andre-
shnrns ills oflleo us rnissiun Lonwiu-uen-i.rril
nt l'nrls. It inu-t be admitted that
tliis is ft vcrv nrotior uct on hl part : forlie
would bv no means bo n suitable person to
renrt-ent the commercial interests of Ger
many In the French canital at the present
time, lie ought ulso to bo praised for so
wnrmlv jiwiniin' tlu interests of tlie Em-
noror Nuivoloon. ' Gratitude is a beautiful I
tint not u verv freutient virtue. When the
Prince's father, in ists, made in Paris the
personal iiciiualntiinec of Louis Nuiioleoii,
lie wits M-ortii about two hundred million-..
Out of these two hundred millions, in -oii-soiiiioiiee
of tlio oomoiiicnt iiifonnatioiirc
cclvetl from the Cabinet of tlie President tit
the time of the roup iVrtat und since then
from the Cabinet of tho Emperor, lie has
nuulo two thousand million-: but of thuve
two thousand millions, tlie greater part is
engaged in all sorts of speculation and
entorjiri-os, wltli-h would turn out disas
trously if anything unexpected should hap
pen to the Emperor. AV(' Yur; Stoat
Tho recently-pardoned convicts from tho
New Jersey 'state nri-oii, at Trenton, are
represented' bv an enthusiastic " local" of
thatcttj as hiivinu ! 't with "good ehar
ui't rs and i-lie-r'-!. -.s." 4
EAST TENN,LAND AGENCY.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
Af lonicyal Law
Coiiiiiiissioiicr of Deeds lor the States ol
Ohio, Michigan, (Icoi-gin, kc,
OFFICE! Ovkii Kxchaxuk aSii Dki-osit Hakk.
Knox villi'. TciiiK'SHoe.
A TTJiNDri TO THE PURCHASE,
xi- Sale and Exchange of Real Estate of
Especial attention paid to the organiza
tion of Companies and Colonics, for the im
provement of Irtrge tracts of land.
Rents collected ailri tuxes paid in all
parts of East Tennessee.
Abstracts of title carefully madcniid con
veyancing in till its branches, tlrawinglof
Jjeeiis, Mortgages, Ac, ixc, none in
80 Farms in Knox county. .'MW Farms
in Eust Tennessee.
Valuable citv property, improved and
vacant lots, from SHMI to lo.ouo in price.
100 vacant lots, some of them exceed
ingly desirable, in Hardee's and the Rail
road Addition. Several choice and well
improved lotsin DcndcrickVund MeGhee's
A largo and handsome residence on Pat
ton street, East Knoxville.
I'ni'lllS OH tll llKTllllltl riiitfiui.
All wishing to buy or sell will find it- for
their advantage to call and look over lists
of property for side. aplC-tf
ONE HUNDRED SIZESGUDGEONS.
Hollow - Ware
BOLTS, BOLT -ENDS, CAST
All Kinds of
Tho COMPANY now manufacture the
In Market. All Sizes-
-from ,T to CO Penny.
Their Stock of
Bar Iron is More Uniform
Than ever before, and Warranted.
OHAS. H. BROWN,
ACHAT DR THi
Inmah Line of Trans-Atlantic
I'lyihr between NW York mid Livurpool, and tho
Hetweori New York and Itlaigtiw,
as low t far any otlw r
110T1I A HE rirtST CLAfeS LINUS. Tilli roniiHn
A J ourryinit tna .uau.. i lcKeu at w t ur any oiiw.
Aam. Further inforuiatiou cheerfully pven onap
li.no for s.ib' Si .! Dr.il't- r. all the pritcipal citun
Jta A gi nerul Notary bi.inncn uln Iransaitni.
Ofli. e m l-.M um..k and Hi i"-n Hank, ,
upl i) h Mux due. Telin
Is nuuleattho Foundry every working day
I DONE FKOJirTbY
.Siitisiuction Guaiautced !
Orders Promptly Filled
I (th day of Aunist, 1170. all tho rizht, title, claim and
ueuiunu iiiubuun ih. iiruuncr, in 1119 uie-iiuiu, uivi 111
and to fivo hundred, eighty-eight and one-half chare
of eanital stock tn tlio Kaat Tennessee. Virginia and
I llcorsia Hailroad Company, now in the hands of Mi
Kxecutors, Jo tin Talbott, li. JU. Jiranner ani li, ju.
Hranncr: lcvieil on an the uronertv uf tho deceased.
John R, Branner, to atlaly a judument rendered in tho
Circuit Court of Jull'eraon county, Tennosaac, on tho
;lth 4ay of April, 1170, for the sum of four thousand,
two hundred and forty-live dollar! ($4,2 1.1 00) and cost,
in favor of J. M. Meek vs. John Talbott ct ala., Hxccu-
tors of John K. Hrannor, doceascd.
juiyui-mtw.it. . t . uuasi-.iT. unenn.
In the Circuit Court, at Knoxville.
STATE OF TKNiVKSHUE-KNOX COUNTY.
11 enry Ij. Clilt ct als. vs. William Clift ot nla.
BECAUSK IT AI'I'KAHS 1'KO.M THU ALHKOA
tions in tho hill in thla eauiie. wlilidi nro sworn to.
that thu ilcl'ondantd, Joseph Clift and John M.Cliit, uro
non-reiiidents of tho State; and that tho residences of
the defendants. John and Jfnrion White, Anna and
Hobcrt MeCurty, tho children of illlam and itary
Walker, tho elilldren of IMizahctli and ltohert l'e.irrp.
Catharine Han-i. Sarah Stornier. and Irena and V II.
Jordon. are unknown: It U thercforo ordcreil liy tho
Clerk that publication 1m inadeinthoKnoxvilloChroii
Icle, a nowapaper puhliilicul in tho city of Knoxville,
Tenne-eo. for lour successive week", comniandinff tho
said nou-ri'sidcnt defendant?, and tho said defendants
who.'e residences are unknown, to appear at the next
tenn ol tho Circuit Court lor Knnx county, at the court
house thereof, in tho city of Knoxville, on the first
Monday of October next, nnd muko defense to said bill,
or tho samu will be taken lor oonlva'ed us to them, und
set for liearinj cx-parto.
Witncn 10. W. Adklns, Cleric of our said Court, at
office, in Knoxville, tho second .Monday of June. 1170.
luiyjs-vrlt. j.. . AUKijt. uierk.
Cliancery Conrl.Viulcr.stiii County
Nancy J. Herrcll vs. It. A. Itarri'on, Adm'r., ct nl.
Pnlt' of liand in Knox County.
By vihti;i: of a dkchkk of the said
Chancery Court, pronounced at the May term, 1870,
1 will nrocecd. on Saturday, thu 10th dav of September.
Ifi70. tu sell at nuhllo outcn. on tlio iircmises. to tho
highest bidder, subject to tho terms of raid decree, all
that tract of land in tho county of Knox, and State of
Tennessee, in the 6th Civil Histrictof said county, lying
on tnonortli bank nt liull Itun, contalninz ona Hun
dred and twcnty-livo acres, more or lc; being tho
tarra lorracrly oonvcycu by Josian jj.uuapman to .nan
cy J. Herrell. ...
Terms of sole Fifty dollars (j"M))cahs remainder in
equal installuientK.witli interest from date, at six, twelvo
aud eighteen months, or at one nnd two j eurs, which
ever moJo sIihU vli'ld tho turirest amount. Noted with
approved security will be ruiiuired, and a lien retained
on tho land until tho purchase money U fully paid.
Yt. II, WlllTNJtf.
juIy20-wH. Clerk and Master.
IN THU COUNTY COURT Of SEVIEH COUNTY.
B. C. Thornburuh and Marion Titty, Adm'rs of William
lliflunan. doe'd, vs. llumphrry Hickman ct als.
IN THIS OAUSi; IT AlTKAHlNli FROM C0M
J pUiuants' putltiou tliat tbn defendants, Abner
and John it. Qata nnd wifo Anna, are non-residents of
this Slate, it is thercfom ordereil that publication be
made In the Knoxville Chronicle, a newspaper publish-
eu in iiida, iiiv, ir iuiii ueuuB-i.u ni'civa, uwiii.,
said nan-residi'Uts, the defendant.-, to nppoar at tho
next trui ot tin- uouuiy lavurt to be nom ror tin' i iun-
will be tiiken kj uonfrwra, and
W. II. II. UUtHiAfi,
Cli'rlt of Kevlor Counts.
Oflicc nnd Itlmiurnctory,
EAST TENNESSEE, VIRGINIA AND
West of Depot,
arwil 0 If
ty of Svier, at the noitrt house in Sevlervilb-. on tho
Pint Monday of Annual next, to answer the peiiiiou ol
tliesal-l AuininutnttoN, ntwl uitainsi tiu-manu uiuors in
suld Court, or the lann
t tor lieariiut ux-pait
1 WILli fiEJib AT THE COt'HT flulSEDOOH
1 in Knuxvllle, for '-ash, "n Saturday, the ;th dav of
AuKHt, UTt), all the riulit. title, oUim und dcmundtliat
J. li. Crippen h.w in and lo a certain tract of land and
urust mifl. beinir and lyinir In tho 7th Civil Histii' : of
Knox county, udjoinlng tho lands of Minpo and
others, mi the head waters oi' M'lllow Pork; levied on
to sat inly an cxixutiun issued from the County Court of
sail! county, ugainst J, I.. Crippen, Han. Crippen and
0. 11. Cripitn. for Alio mid oosts in said Court.
, jiilii-w4t. JOHN aillllS. DepatySheHff.
I WILL r-ELIi AT TI113 CtUBT HOUSE D00K
I in Knoxville, for cash, on Saturday, tno 6th day orf
AuKiist, UT0, all tho ritjlit, title, claim iiud demand that
0. 11, Crippen has In and to a certain tract of land lie
ini nnd lymfHn thoMh Civil Histrictof Knox oounty,
udjoinins tho lauds ofl'aniol l oust. J am e Crippen
and others, ontuininir -acres, moro or less, levied
on to Mti.it an execution Usued from the County Court
of Knox county, lor Uuo and cu-t niraint O. A O Hell,
aud O. H. Crippen as bis security,
juhi. Hit JOHN (Mills He n sheriff.