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gtitaebillc Weekly (!0mclc, Mcncst, Qdofot M'IS.
TIIK PKX1TENT1AUY LEASE AHAIX.
Import mi t Ji'imv iovo1oiiiiciiih.
Editors CuitoKiciii:: Wo tnltu It for
grunted Unit tins speech mid letter of Sena
tor Olbsoii cHtubllslnid the following facts
In reference to tho pcnltentnry lease: 1st.
Thnt the leiiso wns Becretly mndo; 2d.
Tliut, ft much lurgcr'sum could have been
obtulned for the lea.se, if due notice of the
lease hud been given j and !!d. That Gov.
Brown Is responsible for the loss the State
has sustained In muklng tho lease without
notifying, the public. iut we havo just
been shown u letter written by Frank
llybergcr, Gov. Sentcr's private Secretary,
which shows how tho lento was made.
Capt. llyberger writes as follows : "When
I was In Nashville, last Spring, (1872) mid
soon after tho Legislature adjourned, 1 met,
Hon. Sam. Jones, of Shelby, and in con
versation with him ho told me, in words
about as follows : ' 1 left Memphis to come
to Nashville, and just before leaving, Col.
Itob. Iiooney wild to me, if you see any
thing when you get to Nashville that there
Is any money In telegraph me and I will
conio to Nashville.' I came to Nashville,
and after looking around I saw there
was money in the penitontinry. I
telcprnphed to Colonel Looney to
come to Nashvil'o at once : and.
in reply, ho telcragphed me that lie
would leave on tho next train. I took a
hack and met him nt tho depot, and told
him what was up ; and that all I wanted
him to do was to uso his inlluenco with
the Governor, and I would manaso the
Legislature myseli. l Knew tne inlluenco
he had witli tho Governor. The prison
was leased to O'Connor and Looney, my
nunio not appearing on the surface. A
few davs after the lease was ratified certain
parties offered Looney and mytelf i?2-j,000
cash for our interest in tho lease. I want
ed to sell out, but Looney was not willing
to sell. I then proposed to Looney that
lie pay nic my part ot tne oner (m.ooui,
and I would draw out. Tills ho refused to
do. My business was such that I had to
leave Nashville, and I just placed the mat
ter in tho hands of Mr. Caldwgll, who
was a friend of mine anil a irood lawyer:
and G d d n 'em, I have in my pocket
two notes for six thousand dollars each,
one payable in twelve months, and the
other payable in two years, and they are
good notes. That is what I made out of
Capt. llyberger adds : "This conversation
was had In a public place ; and it wns not
told me as a secret. The above I am ivil
linn to make affidavit to."
No wonder the Ilrown party in Tennes
see feel sore on the penitentiary question.
No wonder they aresonnxlous to cover up
the transaction. No wonder tho Governor,
himself, kicks and snorts when the subject
is mentioned, as though a gadfly had struck
Itlui Wlw.ti it f..i tmnii f.nti Hum vot tn
work, one to uso "his inlluenco with the
Onwwini- nnotliprtn "mnnrmr. flu. -
laturc," and thus make llfty thousand dol
lars out of the State in "a few days," surely
it is time tax payers were opening their
eyes. Col. Looney, wo aro told, was in
Htrumental in securing Brown's tlrst nom
ination. Hence his "inlluence with tho
Governor." Now, Governor, write a letter
to Col. Looney, and getLooney to say that
"Hyberger favored the lenso!" This will
bo a squelcher. Tho force of such logic is
ho obvious and so convincing.
Now, tax payers, will you vote for a man
who, ns this letter shows, is a mere cat'x
2)aw A Tax Payer.
TLAIN TALK TO ISHAM 0. imtKIS.
Whnt JJctitiiie of flip Nclionl Fmiil.
Democratic politicians in Tennessee huve
been engaged In circulating the blistering,
unmitigated falsehood that the "Radicals"
stole the school fund in this Suite. "When
thieves and rogues fall out, honest men
get their dues." But for the Cheathain
Johuson unpleasantness, no Democrat, per
haps, would havo ever been frank enough
to admit tho truth. King Isbam G. Harris
had a discussion at Murfreesboro' tho other
day and among other plain spoken words,
we 11 n (1 tho following in the llanncr, u
having been addressed by Col. Colyar to
Isham G. Harris charged that tho levying
of a tax on the people of Nashville during
tho war without duo process of law was a
great crime and "ought to damn Mr. John
son forever." Col. Colyar said :
Mr. Johnson was a Military Governor
not a civil Governor under the oath of of
fice that right, or wrong, such contribu
tion had been collected among all people
In time of wnr, while tho war was actually
going on, and all tho books on war justified
it, that as war meant to conquer by ex
haustion, it was worso than nonsense to
tleny tho rilit as a war measure, but that
Governor Harris was tlio last man in tiie
world to make this question, and that he
proponed to take him as a subject and illus
trate what ho meant, though the points
were not at all parallel, that Governor
Harris himself in 1S01, while Goveruor,uu
, derail onth to support the Constitution,
and only in anticipation of war, caused
what was called a Military Board to take,
ami whh.ii was taken by his orders, with
out tlue process of law, in the month of
May, 1801, whilo the State was etill in the
Union, from tho Bank of TVnnesseo and
out of the sacred fchool fund, secured by
the Constitution to the children of the
State forever, ?i!82,Di:i ; that without tlue
process of law, he look in Juno of tills fund
7(17,741 ; that wlthou process of law he
took In tho mouth of Julj, Sl,C3!),2i:t :
August, without tlue process of law, S-97!!,-441)
; in September, without tlue process of
law. SliUI.Oll ; in October, without tlue
process of law, he tool; from the Miliool
fund .203,14;i; in Novemlwr he took, with
out duo proee.-s of law, Sllll),!).!!! ; in De
cember, S1M,7.")1, making in all of thixfunil
taken without due process of law, $4,,V0,-
Governor Harris, not only for war pur-po-es
and without one process of law, took
this large Mini from the children of the
State, but he went to the liantem' Hank
ami told the otlleer.s of that hand that he
iniiM have tfolMi.(Mi). and Unit U' mh hm.'k
oil with the military and thai I hey iimsi
furnish the money ; niul iiihIit a 'xd ive
threat of taking by foree lie gf, u lit. nut
due process of law, from this bank 5500,000:
aim men no went to tne union jhuik, runt
under n positive threat to take bv force.he
got $500,000. Turning to the Governor,
uoi. uoiyur until, 'Sir, it .lonnson ougnt to
be duinncd forever for taking money with
out duo process of law, don't you think
you ought to go hell for at least a thousand
Coal Creek For Tliornhiirgli.
Editors Chronicle: I thought It
might bo that you would like to know
what the people are doing on Coal Creek.
tho mining portion aro at tins time very
busy mining coal. There litis been quite a 1
rush for Coal Creek coal this season and
the demand is increasing very rapidly.
Tho miners hnve also increased consider
ably this year.
'o are all going to voto for Col. Thorn
burgh, and are' waiting anxiously waiting,
for tho coming of tho 20th, as ho Is ex
pected hero at that time to tell us miners
what ho thinks of tho working man. Wo
all want to turn out to' hear him speak,
and wo all to a man intend coming out to
voto for him on election tiny. We intend
that ho shall have a majority on Coal
Creek, for wo aro all willing to voto for
him. We think he is the right man in
There are n few Greeleyltes hero and but
few. They seem to be tlownl spirited mid
are willing to give it up nt least so far as
II. Greeley Is concerned.
Mr. John "Webster, the man thut had
his thigh and shoulder broken by the fall
ing of komc slato In McKwcn, Wiley it
Co.'s. mine, is Improving slowly. His
friends have hopes of his recovery at this
1 ill have to close writing, as I must
shoulder tho pick and penetrate the Cum
berland mountain, as Col. Thornbugh has
been doing In Mitidlo Tennesseo to mlno
out his share of tho votes, as wo miners
tlo our share of the coal. So send tho
Colonel on ; we wantlto see the friend of
the working man. Miner.
Vaughn Withdraws Xunn on tho Track
Memphis, Oct. 23. Hon. David A."
Nunn, ex-member of Congress, has an
nounced himself an independent ltepubli
can candidate for Congress in the eighth
Tennesseo district, and Wm. Vaughn, tho
present incumbent and Democratic candi
date, lias withdrawn, leaving three other
Independent Democrats in the Held.
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CITY & SUBURBAN-PROPERTY,
W o offer for sale the most attractive list of City and
Suburban Property ever before oBcred In Knoxvillo.
and wo invite the attention of Investors to the follow
ing: Two Hundred Lots,
For sale In Cowan's Addition.
In Pritchard's Addition.
A FEW CHOICE LOTH
For sale in Dcadcrick's Addition.
Cowan'a nnd Pritchard's Additions Ho wct of tho
Clinton Turnpike nnd on both sldosoftho East Ten
nessee. lririnla nmi t!inriiA ltnilrnml. M'h tnr,ttl.n
is vory convenient to tne Hailroad Shops nnd lulling
Mill, and property in the vicinity U rapidly increasing
Fifty Acres in One Tract,
Near tho cltv. for sain In n nmlv nr In Inti In .Un.
suit purchnscrs. Fine locat on tor market gardens or
Also traot of about 38 acres, convenient to the city.
I auiu in rciiuu mis,
Eleven Lots in Bast Knosville,
near to and on M'ibry street. Situated on high
Kro,u,n,'' .overlooking tho city near Carriugo Fuctury
ONE BRICK RESIDENCE
and Lot 75 bv 151. on ono of tb beat strpof In tlin otv
Price, $0,000. Timo, if desired on larger portion of
No. 55 Jt 2W).
Two Fine Lots
In WHITE'S ADDITOII.
Large Frame Residence
and well improvon lot near the Market House.
New Ntory nutl hull" Frnnitt Divclllnir
modern Cottago style, with well located Corner Lot.
Cheap lor cash.
of SEVEN ROOMS. largo lot 75 feet front, on north
aide of Mabr; street- Will be sold at a b irain.
Well located for business. Will be sold cheap for
Brick Dwelling and Lot
near Gay street. Price. $5,000.
HOUSE AND LOT
cn Dopot street. Frico, $1,000.
Ptnck of GooiIn
and fine retail business for sulo nt cost.
Thrc; iMts on iMulirj Street
in very destraMe location for building, at low prices
fur this cbus of proyerty.
and Lit 100 by lis), well improvwl. Price 3.fti).
Large & Elegant Brick Residence.
One of too finest In the city.
HOUSE AND LOT
on Cumbcrl md street, in East Knoxville. Pric-. f.'tt).
HOUSK AND LOT
In Moses" Addition. Price WJim
Wo liaro also for sale a large and varied list nf coun
try proprny. nitli us Puni". Mills, mountain i mm
mil lands in large and small tracts. For a p..rtlul hit
of country property v Invl to attention to tut' WteVIv
Clironii'le, an i In I I rts and mat ran bo hud at U'
office NO CUAIUJK llilt SHOWING- PltOPEUTV
136 MULBERRY .'STREET,
NEWARK, N. J
t now treating successfully
and all diseases of theThroat nnd Lungs, with his
Compound Medicated Inhalations,
lonceiitraicd Food, anil
During tho past ten) cars Dr. Carnenter hm trnitml
nnd cured thousands of casta of tho above named dls-
ea.rs, nii nas now in mi possession ccriincatcs or tures
from every part of th country, 'llio Inliiilittlun
Is breathed directly Into tho lungs, soothing nnd heal
ing over all Inflamed surfaces, entering into the blood,
it imparts vitality ns it permeates to every part of tho
system. The sensation Is not unpleasant, and the first
innainttan oitcn gives very ueculcd rellcr, particularly
when there ia much difficulty of breathing. Under tho
inlluence of my remedies, the cough soon grows caiicr,
the night incnta cense, the hcctlo flush vanishes, nnd
with imnrnving d htestion tha natient rnnltllv irnln.
strength, nnd hralth Is again within his grasp,
Tim Cttiirciitrutcu JKootl rapidly builds up the
inosi ueoiiiiatcu patient, presenting to tne stomach
I ood all ready to be assimilated and made into good,
rich, healthy blood.
Tho Cough Nyrup Is to be taken at night to alle
viate tho cough and enablo the patient to obtain sleep,
rnll directions accompany each box of my remedies,
which consists of
One Inhaler ; One Bottle of Alteratlvo Inhalant ',
One Bottle of Soothing Fobrlfuge Inhalant;
One Bottle of Antl-Htsmorrhagio Inhal
ant; One Bottle Concentrated Food;
One Bottlo of Cough Syrup.
Price of Iiox containing remedtis to last one month,
SI0; two months, fl8; three months, $25.
Sent to any nddress C. 0. D. Pamphlets containing
laigelisiof patients cured sent tree. I.eitersnf inqui
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A. II. CAUPENTEIt, M.D.. Newark, N.J.
Dr. CtnfKMKR'.t CATAHltH KHMEDV will civo
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OLIVER DITSON A" CO,, lloston.
CIIAS, II. DITSON .t CO.. New York.
In the Chancery Court at Clinton.,
OCTOBER RULES. 1872.
Wm. Smith nnd Wm. It. Duncan. Administrator,, vs,
Elijah Jr. Duncan and others.
"IT' ROM THE ALLEGATIONS CONTAINED IN
JL the bill filed in this cause it appears that Telltha
Q. Reed, Julirn Roed, Nancy Massenglll, LouIsaMaa
sengill,huan Massenglll, Mary Mnssentlll, John Mas
senglll. Elijah (). Mtssengill, Sarah Massenglll. Moses
Massenglll, Dcmpsio Masrengill and Calvin Massen
glll, respondents to tho same, are non-residents of the
State of Tenncssoe: It i ordered that publication be
made in the Knoxville Chronicle for four successive
weeks, notifying said non residents to appear before
our fcald Chancery Court, nt Clinton, on or before tho
first Monday of December next and defend said bill i r
the same will be taken for confessed ns to them and set
for hearing n:cordinglv.
W. II. WIIITSON. Clerk and Mastor.
Oct. 2M, 1S72-oS0w4
III the Crcnit Conrt at Daudridge, Tcnn.
Nancy E. Lowrey vs. David Lowrcy.
INlhlscanso't appears from the complainant's bill
that David Lowrey, the defendant, is a non-reldent
of thn State of Tennessee; It is therefore ordered by
the Clerk that said David Lowrey bo required to np.
poar heforwthe Circuit Court at D.indridge on tho first
Monday of December. 1S72, and make defense to said
bill, or the tamo will be taken for confessed and the
cause set down for hsaring exparte as to him.
It is further ordrred that tn! notion bo published for
four eon-cutive woeks in the Knoxville Chrocicle.
This 21st d.iy of October, 1872.
A true copy. Attest :
S. S. McCUISTION. Clerk.
octSOwl) lly JNO.B. MEEK.D.C.
STATE OF TENNESSEE. Knox County.
, A. J. Cowan vs. Jumcs A. Brooks,
IN this cause it appearing I y affidavit that tho de
fendant. James A, Brooks, is ju-tlr indebted, to the
plalntIS', A.J. Cowao, by note, and lie has absconded,
or conceals himsolt so that the ordinary proems of law
can not be served upon him, and an attachment bar
ing been lotted oo his property: It Is ordered that
tinbliration be made in the Knoxville Woekly Chron
icle a newspaper published In thu city of Knoxville.
for four ueeefiv weeks commanding the said James
A. tlrooks in apptar before me, A. C. E. Callrn, u Jus
tice of th lYacr, at my office nesr Thorn Urove, In
tbucounti of Knox, on the lfth day ot Novembur,
1S72, and m.ke ilelunse tosaldsul agsicst him, or it
will bo procooded with vx parte.
A. C H. CALLEN.
Jos of tho Peare for the County of Knox, 'lean,
Tbl October 1st. li-ocEwt
STATE OV TENNESSEE, Knox County.
Th mus A. Smith vs, James A. Brooks,
V THIS CASE IT AlTEAltlNll BY AFFIDAVIT
1 the tleivnd.int, Jumis A. Brroks is justly indebted
to t lia pl.iili'Iff. T A.Smith, by note, and bus abscond
ed or i-i) .cea s himell so that the ordinary pr ccs. of
law cannot bo erved upon him, and un attachment
Inivirg been levied on his property : It s ordered thtt
publication be made in t e Knoxville Weekly Chroni
cle, a nawspuper publ'shod in thn city of Knoxville,
t-ir tour successive weeks, commanding the said .lame
Brooks 'o appear bti'or- me, A. C. E. Callen, a Justice
nt the IVace. at my office near Thorn Urove in the
cuuut of Knox, on the 4th day ot January. lJ, and
make defniso to sai I mlt against hlti.nr it will bo pro
ceeded with ex parte, A C. K. CALLEN,
Justireof the Peace for Knox County, T nnossee
bupt. 15. IH7oc9wt
Chancery Court atKnoxville, Tena.
Jnn. D. Black 'now T. E. Champion, (luiirdlan.) vs
Kliinbeth Webb it al
IT APPEARING from the supplemental bill, which
I i' swuru t". th t the defendant, Elisabeth V ebb, is
a rif ilciit ot tho St te of New York, and a non
red lent of III ii Mate of lennts'ee: It is ordeted
thit the diifcndant abuve named appear before tu
Chancery Court ut Knoxvillo. Tennessee, on the ;nd I
.Momi i in Jnmiary next. li.'. nnu make drtenso to
tlio iippltiiieiiiiil bill tilui in th's cause, 4r the same
will Ii' taken or coiiImsihI.
A true copy Attet: '
M.L. PATTERSON;. 0. S: M.
Ilr W A .lAl.lllUU'H II. r. ,xM
0 t .1. 1-7. .. ,
N OBEDIENCE .TO" A. DECREE PRONOUNCED
by tho Chancery Court at Knoxvllle.ut the Seiitem
her term. 1372. in the case of II. W. Hackney vs. V. l'
Scay, administrator of Joseph Davenport, deceased, ct
at, I will sell, in front of the court bouse door In Knox
Saturday the oct J)a of Xovcmbrr ves
at 11 o'clock A. M nt public auction, to the highest
bidder. Lots Nos. 20. 21. 89. PS. "J. 1(10. lnlfnndilie. In
TunploV Addition to Knoxvillo; nnd L'ots Nos. 137,
j z T... sji and 2ii in snecd, King .v L'o's Addition to
Ten percent, of the purchase money will bn required
n hand and the residu , In ti and 12 months. N'nte will
be required of the purchaser, bearing interest from
date, with good security, and a lien rotainod on tho lots
as further security.
October 15. 1372.
octl7dlw3 M. L. PATTERSON. C. & M
VUAXCEllY N ALU
TN OBEDIENCE TO A DECREE PRONOUNCED
1 by the Chancery Court at Knnxvi le. at Its Snnlnni-
her term. 1872. In thocaso of John L. Lonas vs. J a 11101
.h. l.onas. 1 will sell in Iront of the court bouse door in
Saturday the 'Jlh Day of November ner.
at 11 o'clock A. M., nt public auction to tho highest
bidder, tho tract of land mentioned nn l described in
t lie pleadings, Deing tlio tract 01 land allotted to Jameo
M. Lonas asonowt tho helrsof Henry Lnnns. deceased.
containing fvi'J acres. It will bo divided into small
Itl.UI? 4IIIU BUIU 111 J'UlW UIIU U3 11 niiuiu IIUU kiiu rtiiu
adopted that brings the largest price. Any one desir
ing cun sec a plat ol the same at uy office.
Twenty-five tier cent, will bo rcoulrcd in hands nnd
the remainder in installments at ti, 12 and 13 months,
taking notes with itoodsccurltj, bearing interest from
dato und retaining u lien as lurther security.
M. L. PATTERSON. C. & M
October 13. 1872.
Chancery Sale of a Valuable Farm
IN KNOX COUNTY, EAST TENNESSEE.
IN obedience to n decrco pronounced at the Septem
ber Term, 1872, of the Clinncery Court at Knoxville,
Tennessee, in tko cose of John Baxter vs. Wilbur S.
Wright. I will sell in front of tho court house door in
Saturday, the 9f7i Day of November next,
nt public auctionPto the highest bidder, tho tract of
land mentioned and described in the pleadings, lying
in Knox county, Tennessee, on the Jacksboro' Turn
pike und Kno xville nnd Kentucky Railroad and about
six miles from tho city of Knoxvillo, adjoining tho
lands of John Weiland, J. F. Callahan and others, and
containing sotio 201 acres. Said sulo rili oe made in
bar of tho equity ot redemption.
Said sale will bo made on ft cro lit of ti, 14, id, S3 and
tO months, and notes will be required ol tho purchaser
with good security, without Interest, and u lien retain
ed on thu land as fiirthcrsccurity.
Oct. IV S72 dlw4 M. L. PATTERSON
852 Acres of Land.
4'i7 At'lU'-S in Knox county, Tenn., nine nnd one
half miles from Knoxville, und four miles from the
illageof Powell's Sialics. n tho Knoxville and Ohio
Railroad, lias been divided inlo tracts containing
102. 107, 1M und 110 acres respectively. Cleared land,
timber and water ou each sufficient for all practical
purposes. Dwellings and out houses on tbreo of these
tracts. Will bo sold in sepsrate traotsor in ono body.
Two good orchards on tho premises.
Also 4113 AcrrM in Anderson county, about four
mil. a from Powell' Station. Mostly ntcnlti rated land.
Divided into six tracts or US. 70. 613. 0, SI and M acres,
with two small lots, on one of which Is n Saw Mill and
Hood time given for payments.
JAS. A. MOORK, Executor.
sepltdltwtf Box 312. Knoxville. Tenn.
BY virtue nf an execution Issued Irom the Circuit
Court of Knox county, Tennessee, I will, on Satur
day, the IG1I1 day of November, 1872, sell for cish in
hand, to the highest bidder, at public outcry, in front
of tho court houso in tbecity of Knoxville, all the right,
title, claim, intcre-t and demand that II, L. W. Mynatt
has in and to the following described property, to-wit :
A certain lot or parcel of land on C-ozier street in tho
city of Knoxville, 1st civil district of Knox county,
Teuucssec, beginning on a stake ut thesouthea tside
of an alley at 11s intersection with Crtzler street on tho
ent side of Croiier street: thence about forty feet soul h
with Croiicrrcot to a stake; thence east titty feet to
u .take in tbo corporation on Scott's liuo; thence
northcrlv with Scon's line forty feet to n stnka and an
alley; thenro east with said all.y fifiy-threo feet to tho
beginninir, being n portion of lot No. VS in Kennedy's
Addition to Knoxville. Tho following two lots of
ground lying in Knox count), and in what Is known as
Mcdhoe's Addition to Knoxville. in the 12th civil dis
trict ; that is, lots Nis. GO nnd 62, fronting each 4S!4
feet on tho east side ot Atkin street, and running back
rastwardly 120 feet to an alloy. Also, about one hun
drod acres ot land situated in tho 4th civil district of
Knox county Tennesseo, known as the Coram farm,
adjoining tno mnds of S. J. Tarver, R. U. iMynatt.
Fred Coram and others. And one hundred ncres of
land In 1 lie 5th civil district of Knox county, Tennes
see, on Cupper Ridgo, adjoining the lands of D. FnuBt
and others. Levied on ns tho property of It. L. W. My
natt, to satisfy an exocution in my hands trom the Cir
ca t Court of Knox county, in favor of the State of
Tennerse", for the use of Knox county vs. II, L. W.
Mynatt and others. V. F. (J OSS KIT,
ON TIIE 13tii DAY OF DECEMBER NEXT. AT
1 o'clock P.M.. I will sell at publio sale at the
eourt houso door in Knoxville, throe tracts of land, us
follows : One lying in the 1.1th civil district nf Knox
county, oontaintng 110 acre, 4 mile' south of Knox
ville, adjoining the lands of Juste Wells, deceased, on
lloliton river. Onu in th ame d strict, containing,
about IS 1 acres, 4 mlloa south . f Knoxvillo, known as
tho Henry Mmge tract. -M. I . ii miles south of
Knoxville, containing IX uetta, on thu bevlerville
Also, on the 10th day of Deoember, In the Kth civil
district of Sevier county, one tract contalhinv IW acres:
ne containing HT4 acres; ono containing 72 acros:
one tract containing 14 acres ; three tracts, 128 uores,
tn besold together; ona tract, 1&' acres und one tract.
15 acres. These lards belong to the estate of tbo lato
Alex, McBath, deceased, and will be sold for one-fourth
cash; notes, with approved security, bearing 6 per
cent, iutorest. payable in one, two and three years, ta
ken Cor tbo remainder. For further particulars soe
ALEX. P.. MoBATII. Executor.
STATE OF TENNESSEE. Km x County.
W. W. Woodruff vs. James A. Brooks.
IN this cause it appearing by affidavit that the de
fendant, Jam.s A, Brooks, ia justly indebted to tho
plaintiff, W. W. Woodruff, by account, and he has ab
sconded or conceals himself so that the ordinary pro
cess ot law cannot be servo 1 upon him, and an attach
ment having been levied on his property : It is order
a t that publication be made in the Knoxville Weekly
Chronicle, u newspaper published in the city of Knox
ville, for tour suo ossive weeks, commanding the said
James A. Brooks tu appear before me, A. U. E. Callen,
a Justice ol'the Peace, at my otio pear Thorn (irove,
in the county ol Knox, on the 15th day nf November,
1872, und make defense to raid suit against him, or it
will lie proceeded with ex parte,
A. C. E. CALLEN.
Justiceof the Ptnce for Knox couuty, Tenn.
This 1st day of ctoher. !S7!;.ocl'i4
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Term
Mary A. Tnylnr vs, S. Alexander Taylor et al.
T APPEARING FR M TIIK WILL. WHICH IS
1 SH.irn 10 lh.it tne lUfrmUiits, Stephen A. Taylor and
Edna L'.itipbcll, iireinm-rerUents uf the State of Ten
nessee, It is ordered thut the delendapts above named
appear betore tho Chancery Court at Knoxville. Ten
nessee, ' n the first Monday in November, next, 1872,
and iniike defense to the bill tiled in this cause, or the
umu will betaken for confessed.
Atruucopy Attest M L. PAlTt'RSON, C. 3c M
Bj W A UALllHAlTll, D. C.JtM.