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llnojfbillc M'cddn (0mclc, ftalrtmcsimn, fartabcx iJXf,
KI.VG HARRIS AND VAXTEU AT MOK-RISfOM'N.
The King Arraigns llrlg. (Jen. Johnson and
Kxliumcs Mrs. Surratt,
llnxlvr Asks Hint to Think or llauu, Ilenchc,
He Tells About 1S01 and Thorntnirgh and
Kx-Govcrnor Isham G. Harris, according to
nntiounccmcnt, spokoyestorday in Morrietown.
Col. John lluxtcr, of this city voluntccrod to
meet him. Tho speaking began about 10
o'clock at tho Court House, which was well
Gov. Harris made n cunning speocb, which,
though liberal on its face and intondod to bo eo
considered, was full of objectionable sentiments
and worked up tho Chcathamites to a whito
heat. Ho was terribly severe on Johnson sen
timents. Tho first part of his speech was do
voted to an exhortation to stand by the organi
sation and as explanation of its utility.
Ho spoko substantially as follows :
I do not arraign Johnson for being a'Union
man. I desiro to contest his consistency as a
Democrat and a stntosmnn, in order to decide
his claims upon us. Johnson says Cheatham
can not conscientiously ask for an election, be
cause ho was n rebel. This opens tho question
and means that no rebel can hold office. This
is infumous and ho makes it an issue that wo
have to inoct.
Johnson 6ays it was n politician's war and a
poor man's light. This is not true and is an im
putation upon tho manhood and intelligence) of
Tennessee. A thousand Johnsons ond Isham
G. Harrises could not lead tho people of Ten
nessee by tho nose.
1 can not endorso his scntimentlthnt tho'dead
rebel soldier sleeps in an ignominious grave.
"Whether Confederate or Union, tho dead soldier
sleeps in u patriot's and an honorable man's
J0IISS0K AND MRS. SUHUATT.
Tho constitution of tho United State- is John
f on's standard, by which ho measures hi uiself.
If provides that no person guilty of a captal
otfense sholl bo hold to answer such a chargo
without tho presentment of a Grand Jury, and
hat they shall enjoy a speedy and public trial
by an impartial jury. Nino soldiers who nev
er read n law book tried Airs. Surratt. Tho re-
ord of their finding was presented to President
Johnson on tho 0th of July, lfeO-3. On tho lith
Oo approved tho finding nnd signed her warrant
"f death. Sho was to bo hung on tho 7th, but
no short day given to prepare for death. On
toe 7th Judge Wylio issued a writ of habeas
-irpu. (ion. Hancock took this writ to Johnson
'or his orders. Ho suspencTed that writ and
rdercd Hancock to hang her.
UK KKVIKWS BUIO. GKN JOHNSON.
As military Governor, (a nondescript office,
..nknowri to our constitution) Johnson issued
ttn order imprisoning Confederate .Ministers of
the Gospel, of Nushville, with rogues nnd
thieves in tho penitentiary.
At tho same limo Johnson assessed tho citi--.ens
of Nashville with about SC0.000 and col
lected it ty Corporal Snooks and his military
After tho war thousands of white citizens
were disfranchised, and Johnson inaugurated
Frank Cheatham went in 18(0 to defend tho
honor of his State, in Mexico, and ho did it
well.Again.ln 1801, when his State called him,
ho went into tho field to defend her honor. Ho
was a gallant soldier, and you ought to vote for
him. Ho can talk ns good as "Washington, or
ns .Jcllerson, or as Jackson, or as trreoley, ana
he can beat Grant; ho accepts tho situation and
the results of tho war fully and in good faith.
Both sides should uphold their organization
nnd voto tho "straight ticket."
UE i-eaivj maynakd's election.
Tho raco is between Cheatham and Maynard.
Johnson may get n majority of tho Union Dem
ocrats in East Tennessee Cheatham will beat
Johnson in "West and Middle Tonnesseo IX). 000.
I am afraid Maynard will get 75,000. 1 hopo
not, but I fear ho will. Thcro will bo about
200,003 votes polled. If Cheatham and Johnson
divide the Democratic voto each will get about
02,000, and if Maynard gets "5,000 ho will bo
olected by 13,000. But if Cheatham beats
Johnson only 20,000. it will givo him 72,500, and
Johnson 52,600 still elocting Maynard by 2,500
votes. So you see that if Cheatham is elected
ho must beat Johnson about 150,000. That will
givo him about 77,000 or a majority of only
2,000. From thefo figures you will seo there is
great danger of Maynard's election.
Ho closed with an appeal to stand by tho
'organization." and a fulsomo eulogy of
Cheatham which consisted in allowing descrip
tion of his services in the rebellion.
1IAXTUR TAKES IIAKKIS HACK TO 1801.
In beginning his reply. Mr. Baxter said he
did not appear as Mr. Johnson's champion or
at his request. Ho camo to answer Harris ns a
citizen and spoko only for himself. No ono
else was responsible for his sentiments.
Ho said Harris had severely arraigned John
son for tho hanging of Mrs. Surratt. That was
on net committed in n time of intenso public ox
citement. Tho loyal people wero maddened
and demanded it. Ho had nlwnys thought it
wronc but Johnson's otfenco had in nallintion
innnv circumstances, and ho did it in defence of
tho Nation's lift). But who arraigns Johnson
or it? Isham G. Harris 1 By what right?
Uaxterthcn eloquently rofererd to the situation
in Tonnessco in 1801. Harris, as Govornor.thcn
was sworn to support tho Stato and Federal
Constitution. But no violated it not only in tho
particular charged upon Johnson, but in toto.
Harris says neither ho nor Johnson could kail
tho noonfo bv tho nose. Yes. and Harris know
that in lbOI. So ho organized an army and drove
them. How did ho do if In that year wo voted
01,000 against separation, Harris then con
vened his Legislature to forco us out. Ho mado
n military treaty with tlio uonieuoraey ana
transferred Tenno.-seo to it. Then hn armed 2.1,-
000 soldiers, disarmed the people and then again
suummcu me secession iiuusiioii iu in, tt iwi
l.is soldiers he drove us into rebellion.
In 1801 I epoko hero with Hnrri.-. I udvitcd
vou airainst secossioi. he urired you to it. An
drew Johnson advised you against it and if you
had obeyed Jilm you would uo better on.
A THUNDER CLAP VOH HARRIS.
But if Johnson, in 18&), in tho midst of war
excitement allowed Ilvo persons to bo executed
ufter trial and violated tlio (Jonstilullon in trio
resneet charged, how much irrcater is Harm'
'jriino for assassinating tho Constitution of his
State in 1601, in tho manner abovo mentioned?
This man has uttered hero to-day tho very sen
timents that plunged u into war ond you havo
nppiaudcdjthcm. Now, I want to talk plainly to
you. You nro his friends and I want to givo
you some wholesomo advice. Ho led you into
war nnd ruin in lbOl and will you tollow him
uL'ain? His advica now is In tho same direction.
In 18C1 tho Lick Creek bridiro was burned on
tho Kast Tennesseo.and Virglnin Ballroad. Sev
eral citizens wero charged with doing it. Haun
und Harmon nnd son arrested for it. I defend
ed them. Tho punishment by law if guilty
was onlv iuinruonmeiit. Tho Courts wero
open, but they wero tried by Military Court
una hung lor it. uaun was tried nrsi, corivici
rd and ordered to bo executed next day. 1
applied for a habeas corpus writ but It was ro
fused. Jeff. Davis hud not then suspended It
tts Congres had in 1805, but Gen. Carroll intor
lered und Haun was murdered. Harris never
interfered, though Governor. Hcncho and
Fry, innocent men ns I know wero hung to n
tf '(' ljfi-n '"(' Witt c trm1, wet
by a drum head court martial. Thoy bud not
oven a day's notion to prepare for death. Har
ris was Governor, but thoro was no intcrforonco
from him. By what right thon does ho now ar
THE CASE OF TUORNllUnalT.
About tho samo time Montgomery Thorn
burgh, father of Colonel J. M. Thorriburgh, of
Knoxville, with Judgo Pickens, of Sovler, both
nohlo and truo men, wcio driven off liko dogs
to n Southern prison to dio among strangers.
All these thing Harris know of. und yet ho
comes hero now to denounco Androw Johnson
for otlcnsos that ho himself has committed in
degree far more heinous.
Mr, Baxlor then paid his respects to General
John C. Brown. Said his administration had
mado Sonter's respectable. Said ho had no ca
pacity for his position, nnd though he admitted
tho 3tato was going in dobt$100,000 per month ho
hud no relief to suggest except trivial measures
of taxation, impracticabla and of no avail. Ho
charged Burch & Co., with defrauding tho State
by public printing contracts about $60,000.
Ho then told his audience how foolish ox-Con-federates
had sorved the Liberal cnuso by fool
ish speeches. Ho said such speeches as Hnrri.' b
wero circulated North for campaign document'
by tho Kadicnls.
II urged them to voto for Johnson because
ho whs honest and n statesman who would do
Harris speaks to-day at Hogorsville ond
Thursday ut Blountville. Baxter will meet him
at tho latter place and James "Whito at Rogers
vllle. GRAM'S PEACE TKIUMMS.
What Wo Oiiln by tlio Gcrmnti IJcolsloii.
The Chronicle dispatches report thnt
he Emperor, William appointed Arbiter,
by the Washington Treaty, hns decided
the San Juan boundary case in favor of
the United States, after consultation with
the most eminent legal talent of his Em
pire: The decision of these gentlemen is that
the Canal do Hnro is the proper boundary
between the continent and Vancouver's ,
Island, as tho United States always main
tained it was. The British Government
have held that tlio Kosnrio strait, which is
the nearest channel to the main land, woh
the proper lino of demarkution. Accord
ing to our view of tho case, in which tho
German jurists entirely coincide, we are
entitled to the possession of the island of
San Juan and several other lesser islands
between tho Gulf of Georgia and tlio strait
of Juan do Fitca.
Tin: ISLAND AND A IIISTOIIY OI-' TKi:
The island of San Juan is about lifteen
miles in length, and In its widest part,
about seven, nnd contains about forty
thousand acres of land. The northern
portion is mountainous and heavily tim
bered, hut the southern part has many
beautiful prairies, and is exceedingly fer
tile. The pasture is so nutritious that tho
mutton raised upon it is remarkable for
the delicacy of its flavor. There is near
the harbor a valuable quarry of limestone.
These disputed islands contain tho only
limestone quarries as yet found on the
American side of tho waters of Piiget
sound, and up to the working of the quar
ry on San Juan all limestone used for
building purposes in thlsportion of Wash
ington Territory had to be brought from
Vancouver's island or California, Coal is
also found In this archipelago. On the
lower end of San Juan are tlio best llshing
waters on the sound. Great quantities of
hallibut, codllsli, and salmon are taken by
the Indians, who for this purpose resort
to this vicinity at certain seasons. When
the Hudson Bay Company used San Juan
as a llshing station they wero in the habit
of putting up yearly 3,000 barrels of
From tins source alone a profitable busi
ness might be established. The popula
tion of the island is at present about four
hundred, of which two hundred are mili
tary. There are seven largo Islands be
tween tlio uisputeu channels uesUlea many
small ones, but San Juan is the only ono
which can be said to be settled, though a
lew Americans nave taKen up land claims
on Orcas, Lopez and Blakely.
Sabbath School Celebration.
Thro was held, on Saturday last, anoth
er of those very pleasant Sunday School
"happles" at the Koddy Branch t-chool
house, for which "South America" has be
come so noted of late. Although tlio
heavy clouds and chilly air prevented
many from coming, u largo numbor were
The morning was taken up in a short,
pointed and timelv sermon, bv the Rev.
Air. Ayrs, who has been appointed to this
circuit tno ensuing year. Arter tne ser
mon nn ample supply of "goodies" were
spread by the ladles, on a long row of hlab
benches that were substituted for tables,
and the hungry multitude was cordially
invited to "pitch-in" said invitation was
responded to with a right good will. If
there was not taken up twelve baskets full
it certainly was not the fault of tho ladles.
After dinner the little folks took a little
recreation in running after the "Sunday
scnooi man," cuiiccu uy tne picture carus,
of which he always seems to have a full
supply In his (-addle-pockets, for such oc
casions. Next followed the music, played by the
Louisville itunii,aiMi singing tiy tne scnooi,
after which Mr. Lewis made a lengthv
and ad'ectivo address', which ho said ho
could not well help, as lie was the son of a
preacher and had married the daughter of
a preaener, wno nan two uncles wno were
preachers ; and our impression was that u
very good preacher was spoiled when he
Cliose tlio nrolcsslou or law.
Rev. C. B. Lord followed with n short,
clear, and lorclble sncccli. earnestly nn
pealing to parents ami teachers to have
more faith in tho promises of God's Word
in their ellbrts to bring tke unconverted to
Cliriht.Mnd especially tho young.
The "Sunday School Missionary" closeil
tno exercises ot tno day in a snort appeal
to tho Superintendent, teachers, and pa
rents not to let the school close for the
winter, as they had proposed to do. In re-
spouse to tills uppeal, a voto was called for
uy tno superintendent, and tney unani
mously voted to go forward with the
scnooi tiirougn mo winter montns. May
all our county schools do likewise, j. a.
(lie Hull C'umliiir.
AVo were shown yesterday by Mr. Staub u
letter lrom Thos. R. Turnbull, igont of Olo
ltnllB ( '.nna.l fjimnnw nnmmnmnrr le nftv.il
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Tho famo of the Opera Houso is being extended
I n.l ..... Iw..,n I. nC,,,. nln llnll'c -..n.i
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troupo arrives wo hopo to Imvo tho p r . aro of
"THE MONSTROUS, UNSIGHTLY DEFORMITIES" OF
rhe above Map reniesents tho Second Congressional District as mapped out by the present intolerant, ignorant and corrupt
legislature. It was tiy called by Col. Dick, (Dein.) of Jellereon county, "a huge battering ram," to but Horace Maynard out of
Jjoiigrcss. r defeat Hon. Horace Maynard, this District, pronounced by and honest Democratic moaiber of tlio Houso, as one of
most monstrous, unsightly deformities," was laid out. It extends from North Carolina to Kentucky, thoco along that line to
n,,K duu nortl1 of Nashville, and is 2-30 miles long.
lhero are but three of the sixteen counties traversed by railroads. The District was stretched out so far to gain enough Demo
cratic majority that it has 15,000 more population than the ratio ilxed. It Is a fair specimen of the intolerance, venom and hatred
entertained toward East Tennessee by tlio Kuklux Democracy of Middle Tennessee.
Would it not be a righteous rebuke, to this l'roscrlptlvo Democracy, to elect Col. J. M. TiiOKNiiuitcnr to Coxcmuss from this
Distiuct. hat a glorious triumph it would bo for Jubtick and Tolekanck.
iZ. .1. .S.ttfFOHtO it CO.
Largest and Best Selected
With nur increase! ftiilUic9 for liu?inc?f. our
than over before civen in this market
K ASK A.N J-.AAJll ATIUiN CM'' UL H MXUUiv IS 1 JUU ill. IJ-.KS
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, Hs, CJIass, Cement, &c.
Anil especially solicit u continuance of patronage from
From mount County.
Makyvili.i:, Oct. '27, 1S72.
Enrrons Chkonici.i: : Pursuant to a
notice given through your paper, and
written notices posted up in our town,
quite a respectable audience assembled in
tho court house, on Thursday night last, to
listen to an address from A. J. Hicks, Esq.,
one of tho Electors for tho Stato at largo
on tlio Grant and "Wilson ticket. Mr.
Iticks was introduced by Hon. M. L. Mc
Conuell, and delivered ono of tlio ablest
and most eloquent speeches to which it lias
been the good fortune of our people to lis
ten for many a day. Ho most ably de-
feuded, and thoroughly vlmlleateu tho ad
ministration of President Grant in every
respect, nnd ventilated the newfangled
coalition of sorehead Republicans und
Democrats at Baltimore, to try to beat
Grant in the most searching and satisfac
tory manner. In short, wo think his
speech here on that occasion is having a
goou eiiect, anu on tne nun 01 iNovemuer,
J Mount will givo a good round majority
for Grant and Wilson, and tho entire Re
publican ticket. At the close of Capt.
Kicks speech, Capt. S. P. llowan was
called upon, but excused himself on ac
count of the lateness of the hour.
Hon. M. L. McConnclI, our present able
and efficient Representative in the Stuto
Senate heimr present, was loudly called
for, and responded In a brief hut very forci
ble speech. Mr. McConnell is again tho
nominee of this Senatorial District for re-!
election to tho nosltion which he has so I
faithfully and ably filled for the last two
years. Ho fur as wo are aware he is the
only ono of the Republican members of the
last Senate who is nominated for re-election,
nnd wo arc quite sure that we could
have made no better selection from our
District. When elected, which he will
bo on the day of election, lie
will on account of his experience
botli in tlio Houso nnd Senate, bo recog
nized as ono of the leaders of the Republi
can delegation, and iu him wo have one
who will be ready and more than willing
to oppose any act which may como up,
either directly or indirectly to legalize the
Torbett issue of Tennessee Dank money,
and all measures of that class which are
likely to come up in tlio next Legislature.
We understand from Mr. McConnell
that it Is his intention to spend the time,
from this time .until the election iu tlio
upper counties of the district, and we be
speak for him a full turn out of tlio voters
wherever ho goes, for he is an nbld speaker,
and we assure all that they will bo amply
repaid for going to hear him.
Itopnbllcnn Couuty Coiimilltoo.
Tlio l'opublican Committeo for Knox county,
met yesterday pursuant to adjournment, Ito
ports from various parts of tlio county ropro
sent tlio eunvass as progressing very satisfacto
rily. Ucorco W. Lentil, of Anderson countj, hav
ing declined to beconio a candidate fur tnoStiite
Senate, tho committeo selected David Kicluirds,
of this place, as n enndidnto for that position
and cordinlly recommend to tho auppori of tlio
friends of on honestStato Government in all tho
other oountios of this Senatorial District. Mr.
Itichurds ngrccs to servo tho peoplo if elected,
and mndo a plain and honest avowal of his feoi
ings on tho subject, which showed that while he
is a genuine truo Kopublican, ho desires' tlio
good 'of hislcountry rooro than a'Cinero party
Oeorgo W. Carns was also recommended to
tlio people of Knox county as n suitable person
to represent them in tlio Lower llranch of tho
next Generjl Assembly ot'Tonnosseo.
Wo regret to learh that Mr. l.indsoy lloio,
who resides near Thorn Grovo in this county,
was thrown from a borso yesterday and serious
ly injured. Dr. Kutherford attended him and
upon examination it was found that Ids collar
bonn vms broken nnd l.'i left -hnuldfr dislocated.
THE MXXrr.T3 TENNESSEE "BATTERING
StocK of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South.
larire stock, nnd c.xDcricnco in the Drue trade, wo feci
all those who have so liberally heretofore patronized
Titlco .ullcp. I
Kxnoricncobns demonstrated to mo thnt a cash 1
busincfK is tho only safe business. Acting upon
this I havo determined, that on and after Hi
fifteontb of October, I shall sell poods only for
cash. In tlio meantime, tboso iviio uro indebted
to ino aro requested to tnako payment. To do
business I must have money. Imperative ncccs
s'tty demands it. My capital is to n great ex
tent in tho hands of my customers and I must
havo it. Thoso in arrears will tako duo noiico
thereof and govern themselves accordingly. To
my customers I extend tinccro thanks ibr past
putronnj;o, and solicit a continuance, of tho
enmo under tho cash system, promising to sell
goods much cheaper than can bo dono on credit.
Sly books show accounts duo mo of about three
thousand dollars and I must collect it.
All goods delivered to customers in tho city
frco of charge. II. N. McL.uk,
scp29tf Market Square
ANA'OUKCJKMKVI'fc OF CAXlllllATlls'
We are authorized and requcrted to announce tho
nameof WM. CKUTCHPIKLD for Coocrecs from the
Third Congressional Dis.rict, composed of the counties
of lilount, Loudon, ltoane, Monroe. McMinn, Meigs,
liradley, James, Hamilton, Hhea. Bledsoe, Polk, be-
iuatchie, Marion, Orundy, Van Buren and Warren.
Ilection November 5th.
Wo are authorized to announce Hon. A. E. QAK
IUiTT, of bmitli county, as a candidate for re-election
to represent tho Second Congressional Dbtrictof Tcn
nesfoe, in the Forty-Third Congresw of tho United
States. Election on first Tuesday in Kovcnibcr, IS72.
Lost Cekre, Ukion Cocntt, Tknn.,
May 8th. 187.
Editors Ciiroxiclk: From the solicitations of a
great many of my friends of tho 4th Senatorial District
to become a candidata to represent them in the State
Senate, I now authorize you to announce my name as
a candidate for the same. The district is composed of
the counties of Andorson, Grainger, Knox ami Union.
(A. J. SAVAGE.
Ncuntor, Glli District.
At tho solicitation of manv personal and political
friends of this und the adl oining counties, to hecomo a
candidate tor State Senator from the Cth District, you
are authorized nnd requested to announce my name ns
ruch. Tho DUtrict is composed of the counties of Lou
duu, Monroe, McMinn, Meigs, liradley and l'olk.
, . , . J- CALEB MORGAN'.
Cleveland, Tcnn., August, 1872.
Wo nro authorized nnd requested to nnnounco A. L.
LKINAHT as a candidate lor the State Scnato from
tbe district composed of the counties of Knox, Uniou,
Anderson and Grainger.
Wo nro nuthorizod nnd requested to nnnounco 0,
C. KINO ns n candidate to represent Jefferson county
in the Lower llranch of tho next Legislature.
no aro authorized nnd requested to nnnounce tho
name of G. W. UAUNESas n candidate to represent
Kno county in tho Loner Branch of the next Legis
lature. Election November 5th,
Wo aro authorized nnd requested to nnnounco T. .T.
PHOSlSEus u candidate to represent Knox nnd An
dmon counties in the Lower Branch of tho next Leg
islature. SEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
LIST OF I.KTTKlUi.
AiIverllNrtl October US, 1HT2.
Persons calling for these letters will please la "Ad
vertised." and give tho date of this list. It not called
for within one month, they will bo rent to tho Dead
Letter Oflico. Ono cent will bo collected on euch letter
A J N Anderson, Mrs Adolph Aurin, Maria Ann
Aurin, Mi." Sarah K Armstrong.
II A K Burnley, Jus 1' Boyce, James II Barton, Mi.'S
Mary M Bird, Miss Mn?(io Brown, Magio Brown, Na
poleon Bnrbo, P S Brad lord, S S Barrett.
V E Carver, (1 M Crowdcr, James Cowan, Mark
Cane, Itobt Clark.
r Alfred Farratr, Geo A Fain, J 0 Flanders, Mrs
"-David B Grace.
11-11 (1 Hudson. J K Helton, P A Hacklcmnn.
It J C Keller, ShepKeton.
I. Mrs Klvlra E Lyles, llcv B Langston, Wilson
,M GeoMelcker, Henry Mc'dcn.TucktrMoton,
N Spcnco L Ncwinrn.
o-Mr Ojborn, Miss Mary O'Kcerc.
1' Nelson Phillips, Thos Pepper .t Co.
It-Dr 11 B Hupo 2, John Kay, Miss T II Boss.
N-John Stinnett, Gen A Sinclair, Ellas Stahl, Mrs
Aramlntn 1) Seaton, Abraham Scarlett, J WSharits,
Miss Mai nda Shlpt.
T John Tuttle,
W-Mis Mary White. Mr Williams, L M AVil-
rpo NIKE. A FIHST CLASS GUN AND LOCK
Jl,;to ulibin liberal wazes will lie paid. Call
on or nddrcr
-i. 1', A.MIl.l.,
THE SECOND DISTRICT,
fnfo ia tilcilcini: that PRICKS SHALL BE I.OWKR
either of tho old firms.
CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS.
Do You Want to Raise Sheep and
If you do, I have for falo ono of the Cncst
In East Tcnn-ssce, being SOOncrcs, half improved, very
productive ; tho other half timber, situated in Powell s
Valley, two miles from Fincastlc, in Campbell county.
Two ullcs distant from this tract I havo
1,C00 Acres of Mountain Land,
newly enclosed with a nntural (tone fence, admirably
n dip ted to grazing purposes. The wholo will be sold
on reasonable terms. This is a finn opprtnnlty for
Btorkrniscrs nnd no mistake.
For further particulars npyly tn
E. S. liCLLINaSWOBTH.
JulylSw3m Flncnstlo. Tcnn.
SHINGLES! SHINGLES !!
S, A. BURNETT & BR0.,
Hi Creek, Cocke Count', Tcnn.
White Pine Shaved Shingles,
which they keep constantly on hand.
Lumbor Merchants and of Builders supplied at lowest
rates, by the car load,
Orders solicited nnd satisfaction guarnntccd,
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Term.
Cowan, McClung A Co. vs. J. A. Brook.
TT APPEARING FKOM THE BILL. WHICH IS
1 sworn to that the defendant, !J. A. Brooks, so nb
tconds or conceals himself that the ordinary process of
law can not bo served upon him, nnd an attachment
buying been issued nnd levied by the shcrirfof Knox
county upon the propertv of said defendant:
It is ordered that tho defendant abovelnamcd appear
beforo tho Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tennessee, on
the 2d Monday in January next, 1873, nnd make do
lense to the bill filed in this Cause, o: tho same will bo
taken for confessed -
A truo copy. Attest:
M. L. PATTERSON. C k M.
By W. A. GALBKA11H, D. C. X M,
Chancery Court nt Knoxville, Tenn.
Caleb II. Baker vs. 11. J, Stevenson et al.
IT APPEARING FROM THE AMENDED BILL.
I which is sworn to, that tho defendants, Rachel M.
Davis nnd Lizzie Baker, nro temporarily residing in
the Stato of Alabama, nnd are non-residents of tho
Stato of Tennessee: It is ordered that the de
fendant abovo named appear beforo tho Chancery
Court nt Knoxville, Tennessee, on the 1st Monday In
December next, 1872, nnd nmko defense to the bill
filed in this cause, or tho firao will bo taken for con
fessed. A true copy. Attest:
M. L. PATTERSON, C. 3c M.
By W. A. GALBRA1TH. D-C. & M.
Oct. 2j, lS72-octa0wlt.
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tenn.
McCUngs & llottertons vs. Patrick . Feehan ct nl.
TN THIS CAUSE, IT APPEARING FROM THE
1 crors-biUof Jhn McGrath and Daniel Lyons that
tho residence of defendant P. S. Kennedy is unknown!:
It is ordered by the Clerk nnd Master that publication
be made for Uurjsuccesilve weeks in tho Knoxvlllo
Chronicle notitylng said defendant P. S. Kennedy to
appear beforo tho Chancery Court at Knoxville. on
oruetorotho second Monday in January, next, and
make defenso to the cross-bills of John McGrath and
Daniel Lyons filed against bim und othersin the above
cause, or the same will betaken for confessed as to him
and set for hearing ex parte.
A truo copy. Attest : Al. L. PATTERSON. C. 1c M.
By W. A. OALBUAIX1I, D. C. ic M.
October 20, 1672-30w4t.
All Kinds of Job Work,
In Niirrlor Kyle,
At CHRONICLE STEAM JOB OFFICE.
Bill Heads in Every Style
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