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JhuH-billc Mcchlj) Chronicle, Mcimwtmjj, llobcmbcr 13, 1872.
GKEKLKY IUCK;IX THE TMltUNE OFFICE;
Whnt lie I'ropuscM to Mnkc Hie "Troiii
bone," New York, Nov. 0. The Tribune to
morrow will publish the following :
A Card. The undersigned resume the
editorship of tlio 2'ribunc, which ho relin
quished on embarking in another lino of
business six months ago. Henceforth It
shall bo his endeavor to make this n thor
oughly Independent journal, treating all
parties and political movements with judi
cial fairness and candor, but courting the
favor and deprecating the wrath of no one.
If he can hereafter say anything that will
tend to heartily unite thu whole American
people, on tho broad platform of universal
amnesty and impartial sulIVage, he will
gladly do so.
For tho present, however, ho can best
commend that consummation by silenco
and forbearance, Tho victors in our lato
struggle can hardly fall to take tho whole
subject of Southern rights and wrongs into
early and earnest consideration and to
them for tho present ho remits it. Hinco
ho will never again bo a candidate for any
oftlce and is not In fullnccord with either
of the great parties which have hitherto
divided tho country, he will be able and
will endeavor to give a wider and steadier
regard to tho progress of slence, Industry
and the useful arts than a partisan Journal
can do, and he will not be provoked to in
dulgence in thoseblttf rpcrsonalitieswhich
arc tho recognized bano of journalism.
Sustained by a generous public he will do
his best to make tho Tribune a power on
tho broader Held it now contemplates, as
when human freedom was in peril It was
in tho arena of political partisanship.
(Signed) Horace Gr.KnLKY.)
New York, Nov.O, 1S72.
M hat Composed the Liberal Par
A letter from the late Secretary of the
Greeley New York Committee fays tho
party was beat through petty jealousies,
lie says :
Our party was made up of a "shako
mums across tlie cliasm" ot all tno sore
heads and disaffected elements of the Uni
ted States. It may bo that it would have
taken superior generalship to have held
the Secessionists, and Union .Leaguers,
and l'ro-slavery men, and Abolitionists,
and New Nationalists and States Itighters,
and Peace Democrats and War Democrats.
and Protectionists and Free-traders, and
dUimuiacturers. and .Labor Kelormcrs anil
Woman's Itighters, and Spiritualists and
internationals, ami catnoiics ami tno
United Sons of America into our party:
but I think it could have been done, as
well as to have caught a part of the negro
vote, xsut it's too late now. Tlie woman's
Itichters. and Spiritualists, and "Reform-
ore" of all crades and ideas are ajrainst us:
and even the Democrats won't vote the
The "Battering Ram" District Abroad
Tho Louiivillo Commercial of tho 7th
The last Legislature of Tennessee fixed
un tho Second District in a most extraor
dinary way in order to defeat Horace
Maynard. They strung together a lot of
.Democratic counties running troniisortn
Carolina to Kentucky, two hundred and
mty nines in iengtii. anil not over mty
wide at tlie widest point. One Col. Dick,
a Representative from Jefferson county,
said it was "a battering ram to butt Horace
Maynard out of Congress." And to see
how this well-laid plan went "agley,"
Maynard ran for Congressman at Large,
and is elected ; and in this very Uattorlng
nam District, Tliornburgn, itepuoucan,
nas ueieateu ins iiemocratic opponents
Troubles of the Greeley Committee.
A great deal of richness begins.to leak
out at tho Liberal headquarters in New
York. Tho Times of yesterday reports
that Fcntou and Cochrane are by tho ears
with Allen aud Murray, and tho latter,
with tho sweet-scented detected, "Wood,
are all in a row together. Tho bottom of
tho tub has literally dropped out. Among
tno list ot contributors to tnc ureeioy cam
palgn are tho following :
Alfred Pleasanton, 5-2,500 ; A. T. Stew
art. S10.000 : Gov. Snrairue. 20.000 : Ama
sa Sprague, brother of tlie Governor, $3o,
000; Horace Greeley, $0,000; Augustus
.Seidell. 65.000: Johu Cochrane. SS.000:
Marshal O. Roberts, $10,000; Governor
Swan, $5,000 jjand many others, in smaller
sums, swelling tlio receipts ot tlie .Liberal
committee to about ?auo,ouo.
New York:, Nov. 7. Greeley resumes
the editorship of tlio Tribune which here
linquishcd to embark in another lino of
business. Tho Tribune will hereafter bo
thoroughly an independent journal
In New York tho Hags are at half mast
lor tlio ueatn oi ucn. jucaue.
Thirty-four deaths are reported
In Charleston. S. C. tlio horso maladv
is thought to bo prevalent, but don't inter
rupt commerce or misiness.
Boston, Nov. 7. This afternoon tho mu
tilated remains of a man was found In
two barrels floating in Charles river at
Cambridge, the body in one and tlio head
and leers in tlio other. Tho body was well
dressed aud a gold watch was fouud in one
of tlie barrels.
Fi'XEH.vij of Miss. Greeley. The fu
neral of the late Mrs. Greeley took placo
last week in tlio church of tlie Divine Pa
ternity (Dr. Chapin.) Forty-fifth street
aim until avenue. Tlio remains leit tlio
houso of Mr. Alvln J. Johnsou, west
I'lun seventli street, at ll:4o a. in., auu ar
riven in tno cnurcii at l'Jiuu.
Tho following gentlemen acted as pall
bearers: John 13. "Williams, Ang. Scliell
waiuo iiutcnings. Dr. jsaynru, Aivm .)
Johnson, Richard H. Manning, Marcus
bpnng, isatan t. Williams, ivory Cuam
uenatn, jonn u. htewart.
Tin: New Governor ok South Caro
LIN A AND THE bTATH JiONDS. WO are
authorized to state that Geo. F. J. Moses
Jr.. (Governor elect) onnoses tho assess
nicnt aud collection of tho tax to pay tlio
interest on what is known as tlio doubtful
liniwlunmnmiHnrr fn nlinul i Onn IWI l.i.f
is earnestly in favor of tho payment o( tho
L I 1 1 iTl t 1 . -
interim uu iuu uuihis legiuuuzeu oy tuo
Tax-payer's Convention amounting to
about 10,000,000. This is reform in the
rlghtdirection. Columbia I'ha'nlr, Off. 20.
S3. .1. SAM'OUU CO.
Largest and Best Selected
With nnr tnrrfllsol f.iM1lttpt fiir Imitnni. nnr
than ever before siren in this market.
WJS ASK A.N 1SAA3II.NAT10N OF Ol 11 STOCK 1JY ALL UUYJSU5 Or
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints. Oils, Glass, Cement, &c.
And especially solicit a continuance of patronago from
Drugs and Medicines
Bill !" I
3IOXII13KS I MOTHEKS !
Don't Uiil to procure MRS. 'INS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR
This valuahle tirennratlnn bus ben utnil with VKV.
i.U SUlJUliisS In Thousands of cases-
It not only relievos the child from p.iin, but Invito-
rates tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, nnd i
gives toneandencrgy to the wholo system. It will also
Grlpiug iu the llowcls and Mind Colic.
We believe It the REST and KIHIEST TlKMKnV TJC I
THE WORLD, in all canes of DYSENTERY AND ,
iuakhuika IN CHILDREN, whether arising from '
teething or any othcrcause. 1
t all uircctions tor using will accompany each bottle.
None genuine unless the facsimile ol CURTIS A PER
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
ooio. uv an .ueaicine ueaiers. declbilJkwiy4
136 MULBERRY STREET,
NEWARK, N. J
Is now treating successfully
and all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, with his
Compound Medicated Inhalations,
Concentrated Food, aud
Durlnz the nast ten rears Dr. Carncnter has treated
and cured thousands of cases of tho abovo nnmed dis
eases, and has now in his possession certificates of turcs
from every part of the country. 'Hit' liilniliit lou
is brciKhod directly Into tho lungs, soothing and heal- 1
ing over ainnunineu suriuccs, entering into tno ijioo.i,
it imiarts vitality as it nermeatcs to evcrv nrt of tbn
system. Tho sensation is not unpleasant, and tho first
!.L.I.t!. . - 1 I . I . T I i
iiiuaiui.uu uuuu Hive? vry uvciuvu rc.iei. purucuiany
when there is much difficulty of breathing. Undcrthe
influence of my remedies, the cough soon grows easier,
tho Eight sweats cease, tho hectic flush vanishes, and
with improving digestion the patient lapidly gains
sirengtn, una neaitn is again wunin nis grasp, 1
Tlio C'oiiceiilriitcil Food rapidly builds up the '
most debilitated patient, presenting to tho stomach I
lood nil ready to be assimilated and mad i Into good, .
rich, healthy blood. ,
Tlie I'onirli fiyrnp is to bo taken at night to alio- '
viato the cough and enable the patient ip obtain sleep.
Full directions nernmnnnv puen hnx nf mv rfimpilln. i
which consists of
One Inhalor ; One Bottle of Alterative Inhalant ;
One Bottle of Soothing Febrifuge Inhalant;
One Bottle of Anti-Htemorrhagic Inhal
ant; One Bottle Concentrated Food;
One Bottle of Cough Syrup.
I'rico of Box containing remedies to last one month,
910; two months, 818; three months, $23.
Sent to any address CO. D. Pamphlets containing
large list of patients cured sent free. Letters of inqui
ry must contain one dollar to insure answer. Address,
A. II. CAIU'ENTER, M.D.. Newark. N. J.
Dr. CABfK.vTEB'3 CATARRH REMEDY will give
immediate relief, and will effect a permanent cure in
from one to three months, l'rice of remedy to last one
month, J5 ; two months, ii ; three months, SIS.
Otncpr In all its forms successfully treated. Send
for list of patients cured, to
A. II. OAHl'ENTER, M.D., Newark. N. J.
FOUR MILES FROM ROGERSVILLE
Hawkins County, Fast Tennessee.
The place consists of about
Three Hundred and Fifty Acres of Zand,
most of it cleared, about seventy acres bottom lnni,
ARE AS FINE AS ANY IN EAST TENNESSEE.
The Farm is well watered and in a good state of cul
tivation. Price, 2'en Thousand Dollars.
Enough must he paid to maka the security good.
Tho balance may be paid in yearly payments to suit
tho parties, The land is on tho Holston llivcr.
Address li. F,KETCHU3r,
oeltt Rogcrsvllle, Hawkins County, Tennessee.
The want of a religious paper, which should possess
certain well defined characteristics, has long been felt
in East Tennessee. Such a paper, it was been, should
be so cheap that every family might take it; yet so
hlrh toned, fresh and vigorous as to be highly esteemed;
so local in character as t intcrfero wlih none of our
able religious weeklies, published abroad; and so ex
clusively religious as to compete with none of our pro
gressive seeular papers.
It is proposed to meet this want by the publication at
Knoxvillc, Tcnnotseo, of a pnper called Thk Record,
which while especially under Presbyterian auspices,
shall sincerely aim to develop the religious interests of
EastTcnnosiee. Tho news of nil the churches and re
ligious bodies in our section will bo thankfully accept
ed, and will be given as fully and impartially as pos
sible. The great aim will be to acquaint our churches with
one another and place our people in practical sympa
thy with the great religious movements and the earn
est Christian thought of tho age. Politics will bo en
tirely excluded. Nothing uncharitable or partisan or
controversial will be admitted, but only that which it
is hoped may promote the glory of onr Lord J ejus
iorisi. in wnose nametnts enterprise ts osgun.
We desire to place tho paper in every family In East
Dnnessee. and to this end enrnentlt nsW thn rn.nnrrn
tion of every Christian worker. That cheapness and
cxcellenco may be combined, it will bo issued monthly,
but on good paper, and in the best style, and will con
sist of eight pagrs, large quarto.
The first number will be issued early in January,
137.. Now Is the time to subscribe.
Subscription. Fikty Cents a veas, Invariably in advance-Address
all articles for Insertion to Rev. P. D. Cow
Send advertiscinont ami subscription to
0. 11. SMITH A CO., Publishers,
no s Knoxville, Tenn.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING
StocK of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South.
l.irirn ttnuV. nnrl KvhnfUn n S Uiif (miI. wn ft.nl
nit thosa who have so liberally heretofore patronliod either
SANFORD, CHAMBERLAIN & ALBERS.
S52 Acres of Land.
1-7 ACIII'.S in Knox county. Tenn., ntno and one
half niilei from Knoirille, and tour mllM from the
tillage nf Powell's Station, an tho Knoxvillo and Ohio j
Railroad, lias been divided into tracts containing
102, 107, lOS and 110 acres respectively. Cleared land,
timbrrand water on each sufficient for nil practical
pnrposcs. Dwellings nnd out bousrs on throe of these
tracts. Will be sold in sep irate tracts or in ono body.
Two good orchards on the premises.
Also Arren in Anderson county, about four
milrs from Powell's Station. Mostly uccultivated land.
Divided into ix tracts of H'i. TO. 60. GO, 61 and f 0 acres,
with two small lots, on ono of which is a Saw Mill aud
Uood time given for payment".
JAS. A. MOORE. Executor.
seplldltwtf l!ox 312. Knoxvillc, Tenn.
Do You Want to Raise Sheep and
If you do, I have for salo ono of tho finest
in Knst Tennessee, being I'M acres, half improved, very
productive : the other hnlf timber, situated in Powoll's
Valley, two miles from Fincastlc, in Campbell eoanty.
Two u lies distant from this tract I have
1,000 Aerei of Mountain LnuJ,
newly enclosed with n natural "tone fence, ndmirably
adapted to grazing purposes. The wholo will be sold
on reasonable terms. This is a fine opportunity for
stoekrnisers nnd no mistake
For further particulars upyly to
E. b llCLLINGSWOP.Tir.
Julyl8w3m Finc-istlo, Tenn.
AGENTS WASTED -Addre s, for the most liberal
terms cvtr ollered.
Dr. LIVINGSTONE IN AFRICA.
Tho Adventures of a most Adventurous Life.
The Stanley-Livingstone Expedition
to Africa. Large octavo volume, Just iisuoJ. Contains
Incidents of the Wonderful Career of the Great Trav
eler, tho Country, Animals. NntUc. Hunting, etc.
Full account of this most interotine part of the globe.
ALSO TO SELL (It'll NEW WORK. IM..VIX
1IOMK TALK AND 31EDICALC0MMON SENSE.
No competition. There never was a book publlshel
1 kc it. Full purtlcula-s by mall. State Dook wanted.
UNION I'UIILISHING CO.. Chicago, III.
BY virtuo of an execution issued from the Cirouit
Court of Knox county, Tennessee, I will, on Satur
day, tho 16th day of November, 1372.. soil for cash in
hand, to the highest biddor, at public outcry, in front
of the court house in tho city of Knoxville. all the right,
title, claim, interest and demand that H, L. W.Mynatt
nas in ana to tne louowing aosennea property, to-wit ;
A certiin lot or parcel of land on C-oiier street in tho
city of Knoxville, 1st civil district of Knox county,
Tonnessec, beginning on a etako at thesouthea tsido
of an alley at its Intersection with Crtiier street on tho
cast aido of Crozier street; thence about forty feet south
with Crozler street to a stake; theneo cast fifty feet to
a rtako in the corporation on Scott's lino; thence
northerly with Scott I lino forty feet to n stake and an
alley; thence cast with said alley fifty-three feet to the
beitinnlnr. beinir a portion of lot No. 13 in Kennedy'
Addition to Knoxvillo. Tbe following two lots of
ground lying in Knox rounti, and in what Is known as
McUhee'sAddition to Knoxvillc, in the 12th civil dis
trict: that is, lota Nos. 60 and 02. fronting each 4SlA
feet on tho east side ot Atkin street, nnd running back
eastwardly 120 feet to an alley. Also, about one hun
dred acres of land situated in tho 1th civil district of
Knox county Tennessee, known as tho Coram farm,
adjoining tne lands ofS. J. Tarver, H. G. Myrjatt.
Fred Coram and others. And ono hundred acres of
land in the 5th civil district of Knox county. Tennes
see, on Copper Ridge, adjoining the lands of D. Foust
and others. Levied on as tho property of II. L. W. 3Iy
natt. to satlifv an execution in mv hands from tho Cir
cuit Court 'of Knox county, in iavor of the State of
Tennessee, lor tne use ol Knox county vs. ji, Ij. w.
Slynatt and others. V. F. UOSSEl'T,
SHINGLES! SHINGLES !!
S, A. BURNETT & BR0.
Ills Creek, Coclie County, Tciin,
White Pine Shaved Shingles,
which thoy keep constantly on hand-
Lumber Merchants nnd of Builders supplied at lowest
rates, uy tne car ioau,
Orderj solicited and satisfaction guarnnteed.
In the Chancery Court at Clinton.
OCTOBER RULES, 1872.
AVm. Smith and Wm. R. Duncan. Administrators, vs.
Elijan r. Duncan ana otners.
17R03I THE ALLEGATION'S CONTAINED IN
JL the bill filed in this causo it appears that Telitha
Q. Reed, Jullen Itecd, Nancy 3!assengill, Louisa Mas
sengill,SnanMasengill, 3Iury Mnsseneill, John Mas
sengill, Elijah G, 31asscngill, Sarah .Massongill. Moses
Massengill, Dcmpsie Masrcngill und Calvin Massen
gill, respondents to tho same, are non-residents of the
Stated' Tennessee: It is ordered that publication be
made in the Knoxville Chroniclo for four successive
weeks, notifying said non rosidenU to appear beforo
our said Chancery Court, at Clinton, on or before the
first Monday of December next and defend said bill or
tho satno will be taken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing accordingly.
W. 11. WHITSON, Clerk and Master.
Oct. 22d. 1872-o30w
STATE OF TENNESSEE. Knox County.
A. J. Cowan vs. James A. Brooks.
IN this causo It 'appearing I y affidavit that tho de
fendant, James A, Rrook", is Ju'tly indebted, to the
plaintiff, A. J. Cowan, by note, nnd he has absconded,
or conceals himself so that the ordinary process of law
ein not be served upon him, and an attachment hav
ing been levied on his property: It 1 ordered that
publication bo made In the Knoxville Weekly Chron
icle a newspaper published In the city of Knoxville,
fur four successive weeks commanding tho said James
A. lirooks to appear beforo me, A. C H. fallen, a Jus
tice of the Peace, at my othce near Thorn Grove, in
the county of Knox, on tho 15th day of November,
1872, and make defense to said suit against him, or it
will be proceeded with ex parte,
A, O- H. CALLnN,
Justice of the Peace for the County of Knox.Tean.
This October 1st. 1372-oc?wt
CIIAMHKRIi.il.V & ALmniS-
inf.. In !.. Iain tTi-i TMlTfM.'C G1TAT.T. 1113 T nUM-Mt
of tho old firms.
Chancery Court at Knoxvillc, Tenn.
Netico to Creditors of Joseph Davenport, deceased.
It. W Hackney v. Y F. Bear, administrator of Jo
seph Davenport, deceased, et al.
IN this cauc, at the September term, H72, of tho
Chancery Court at Knoxville, tho order horetotoro
made for creditors to file their claims having been
modified and further tlmo given, nnd the Clerk nnd
Mister dlreetcil to mnke uuhlicatinn thereof: It is
therefore ordered that all tho creditors of tho cstato of
Josepn Uavcnport, decerned, come and liavo ttiem
selvos made parties to this suit, and file their clatms
within three month i from this date, or they will bo
A cory ol the order. Test:
31. L. PATTERSON. C, & 31.
l'r W. A. liAUliltAlllt. V. V. A" Zl.
rN THE 13th DAY OF DECEMBER NEXT. AT
J l o'clock 1. M.. I will sell at nubile sale at tho
court lioue door In Knoxvillc, thrco tracts ot land, as
lotiows : uno lying in too l.itn ctvu district ot Knox
eountr. rontAlnlnir IfA Aere. 4 mile south of Knox
ville, adjoining the lands of Jcsso Wells, deceased, on
Holston river. Ono in the samo d strict, containing
about 15 ) arrcs. 4 miles south of Knoxville. known as
tho Henry Mingo tract. And one, 2i miles south of
Knoxville, containing iw acres, on tno cevierviue
Also, on the 10th day of December, In the 10th civil
district of Sevier county, one tract containing "1 acres;
one containing ya,t ncres: one containing i. acres:
one traat containing 1&4 acres ; three tracts. 123 aares.
to be sold toeethor : one tract. 1G acres and ono tract
15 ucret. Theso lands belong to the estate of tho lato
AIcx.Mcllath, deceased, and wilt be sold for one-fourth
cash: notes, with approved security, boiring G per
cent, interest, payable in one, two and three years, ta
ken for tho remainder- For further; particulars sco
ALEX. R. JIcBATII. Executor.
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tenn.
Coan. 3IcClnng k Co. vs. J. A. Brooks,
IT APPEARING FROM THE HILL. WHICH IS
I sworn to that the defendant. U. A. Brooks, so ab
sconds or concoals hiinsolf that the ordinary process of
law can not uo serve J upon him, nnd an attaenment
nuvingbccn is'ued and levtod by tne snerin oi Knox
pniintv iirmn thft urntiprtv nt fluid ilpfpndnnt:
It Is ordered that thedefendantabovonamcd appear
boforo tho Chancery Court at Knoxvillo, Tennessee, on
thn '2.1 Mnndiiv in .Tnmtnrv next. 1H7:1. and make de
fense to the bill filed in this Causo, o: tho same will bo
taken lor conlesod
A true copy. Attest: . .
M. L. PATTERSON, C. & 31.
By W. A. OALBRA11H. D. C. x 31.
Oct. "i. 1872-oci30wlt.
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tenn
1 3IeClHngs .t Bottcrtons vs. Patrick A. Feehan et al.
IN THIS CAl'SE, IT APPEARING FROM THE
1 cross-bill of John SIcGrath and Daniel Lyons that
tho rcsidenco of defendant P. S. Kennedy is unknown':
It is ordered by the Clerk and Master that publication
bo niado for feurt successive weeks in the Knoxvillo
Chroniclo notifying said defendant P, S. Kennedy to
appear before the Chancery Court at Knoxvillo. on
or before tho second Monday in January, next, and
make defenso to tho cross-bills of John McGrath and
Daniel Lyons filed against him and othersln tho abovo
cause, or the same will bo taken for confessed as to him
and set for hearing ex parte. . , ,r
A true copy. Attest : 31. L. PATTERSON. C. .t M.
By W. A. GALURAITU. D. 0. X 31.
October 20, lS72-30w4t.
Chancory Court atKnoxville, Tenn.
Jno. D. Black (now T. E. Champion, Guardian,) vs
Elizabeth Webb et al.
IT APPEARING from tho supplemental billvwhi:h
is sworn to, that the defendant, Elisabeth ebb, i
a resident of tho Stito of New Y'ork, and n non
resident of the State of Tennessee: It is ordere.
that the defendant above named appear before th
Chancery Court at Knoxvillo. Tennessee, on tho 2nd
Monday in January next, 1872, and make detense to
tho supplemental bill filed in this cause, r the samo
will be taken lor confessed.
A true copy. Attest:
31. L. PATTERSON. C. Sc. 31.
By W. A. GALBRAITU, D. C. k 31..
Jet. 21. 1872-wlt.
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tenn.
Caleb H. Baker vs. B, J. Stevenson et al.
IT APPEARING FROM THE AMENDED BILL.
1 which is sworn to, that the defendants, Rachel 31.
Davis and Lizzie Baker, aro temporarily residing in
the State nf Alabama, and are non-residents of tho
State of Tennessee; It is ordered that the de
fendant above named appear before the Chancery
Court at Knoxville, Tennessee, on the 1st 3Ionday in
Decomber next, 1872, nnd make defense to the bill
filed in this cause, or tho same will be taken for con
fessed. A true copy. Attest:
31. L. PATTERSON. C. 31.
By W. A. GALBRAITU, D. C. ic M.
Oct. 28. 1972-octaOwlt.
STATE OF TENNESSEE. Knox County.
W. W. Woodruff vs. James A. Brooks.
IN this causo it appearing by affidavit that the de
fendant. James A, Brooks, is justly indebted to tho
plaintiff, W. W. Woodruff, by account, and ho has ab
sconded or conceals himseifso that the ordinary pro
cess of law cannot bo serve! unen him, and an attach
ment having been lovled on his property; It is order
el that publication bo made in the Knoxvillo Weekly
Chronicle, a newspaper published in the city of Knox
ville, for lour suo-cesivo weeks, commanding tbo said
James A. Brooks to appear before me, A. C. E. Callen,
a Jnstiee of the Peace, at my olico near Thorn Grove,
in tho county ot Knox, on the 15th day nf November,
1872, and make defense to said suit against him, or it
will bo proceeded with ex parte,
A. C. E. CALLKN.
Justice of the Peace for Knox county ,'.Tcnn.
This 1st day of October, 137!-ocyl
i Iu the Crcuit Court at Dandiidgc, Tenn
! Nancy E. Lowrcy vs. David Lowrey.
TN this causo it appears from the complainant's bill
jl mat uaviu iiowrey.meurienuani, is anon-resiuent
of tbo State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered by
tho Clerk that said David Lowrey be required to ap
pear before tho Circuit Court at Dandridge on tho first
Monday of December, 1872, and make defense to said
bill, or the samo will be taken for confessed and the
causo set down for hearing exparte as to him.
It is further ordered that this notice be published for
four eonsecutivo weeks in the Knoxville Chronicle.
This 21st day of October. 1872.
A true copy. Attest :
S- S. 3trCUISTION. Clerk.
octSOwl) ByJNOIU. 3IEEK.D.O.
Notieo to Contractors.
O BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED AT
v) the office of Julius Ochs, Esq., until the 28th Sep
tember, 1572, at 12 o'clock, noon, for the construction
of tho superstructure of the County Bridge across
Holston River, at Knoxville. The superstructure Is
to bo built on the plan of Hall's Truss, 7 spans, ISO
feet each; timber and iron will be furnished. The
nronosals to ba estimated Der lineal foot, nnd rand a.
curity will bo required for the faithful performance of
tne coniraer. riani ami opcrincations ready lor in
spection. The Commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any and all bids.
By order of tho Commissioners.
sejill JULIUS 0CII5. Sec y
THE ROMANCE OF CURE.
Taauiany evidences of extraordinary cures that aro
djll7 reported as euectod throujh
Ready Relief, and Perfect Purgative Pllla In wrliinn
testimonials Irom all parts ot the world, surpussln
wonder the most extravagant miracles ol enchantment,
Physicians nnd medical men In all countries pronounce
these wonderiul remedies a mystery, that neither their
science of analysis orchcmlcnlskillcanoxplaln. Truo,
these medicines effect the most marvelous cures, and
restore the dying to lifo, and relievo tho most wretched
paln-suffcrlng victim of his tortures, in from one to
twenty minutes, and although they know somo of tho
ingredients of their composition, nnd Dr. Radway h:u
Subllshed their formula (withholding only two newly
iscovcred roots) still both French. German, English
anu American cncniists and pharmaceutists utterly tail
with the samo Ingredients as prepared by them. Tho
great success whloh theso wonderiul remedies are con
stantly achieving, lies in the great secret ot combining
the Ingredients together after exercising due caro In
selecting the pure and genuine roots,
Rlich WOndeiM nf Mn1l.rn Ohomtitri-nt ftin QATA.
RILIi IAN RESOLVENT. READY RELIEF RAD
Vi A 'd PILLS, aro without parallel In the history of
medicine lor thero are somo infirmities and diseasoa
that aro considered as incurable, nnd sure death, Yet
the most astounding cures have been made through
these remedies of somo diseases that have never been
known to bo cured by medlcino.
WinsuJirnu. cbUKUJc L la, wihtk SWELL
ING, Tumors in the Womb, Stomach, Ovaries, BowcU,
Bright's Disease of the Kidneys that have been pro
nounced incurable. Cancers, Ulcers, Swollings, btono in
tho Bladder. Calculous Concretions. L'lcera and Snrnu
of tho Bones, Rickets so deeply scatod that no other
modicines have over been known to reach, have been
cured by tho SARSAPARLILIaN RESOLVENT, aid-
eu by tne uhaui nt.iiU.r and 1'ibLS.
Palsy. Paralysis. Dbt Ganorsxk that threatens a
living death daily rotting away of the limbs and tlosh
Dlabctos, Involuntary Di'charge of Water, Fungi in
tho Bladder (tho Emperor Napolen's disease). Tortur
ing Pains when discharging urine, KHEUilATISM,
GOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one oj theno
complaints though but few out of the many other dis
eases, ItAnwAY's Sarsapariilian Resolvent has cured
and is dally curing in all parts of tho world.
in one word, any disease no matter under wuat
name designated, that Is nourished or increased by Bad,
impure, depraved, woak, thin, watery or poisoned
blood-con be cured by RAD WAY'S SARSAPARIL
Dr. Radway k Co. have never claimed one-hundredth
part of the curative virtues for their remedies as is
ascribed to them by tho people who have used them
for bear In mind, only such dlseasos nnd complaints a.i
Dr. Radway, after suecesstul treatment with tnolr rem
edies knew they would euro, were enumerated iu thoir
curative list, so that mnny of tho extraordinary casen
that havo been reported awakened as much astonish
ment in tho discovery of their remedial agents as in
those who had been rescued from dejth, and uiadr
whole and sound.
As many persons discredited their extraordinat
power, from tho fact of their disappointment in theuso
of other advertised remedies and some believed it
impossible for simple medicines made only Irom vcg'
table substances roots, herbs,' Jcc should possess sue
marvelous power. Yet they can readily comprehenj
that the simplo grasses nf tho field, alter undergoing
tho chemical process of distillation designed by naturo
la the cow and churn, furnihej us with butter cer
tainly tho most abundrnt fat, calorfo or heat-makins
bono, tisue, muscle, sinew and bloijd-makins con
stituents for the human body.
But when those people who first doubt the efficacy of
tho.'o remedies commence their use, they become their
most earnest advocates.
OVARIAN TU3I0R CURED.
Never has a medicine taken internally been known
to havo cured tumors either of the womb, uteri, ov.i
ries, or bowels; the knife has been tho sole reliance in
the hands of experienced Burgeons; but Dr. Radway!,
Sarsapariilian settles this question. For it has cured
over twkntv persons of Ovauian Ctsts and Tuuoaa.
as well as Tumors in the bowels, uterns, womb, livor,
Dropsical Effusion. Ascites, nnd Calculus Concretioni
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
from a pron.lnent gentleman nnd resident of Cincinna
ti, Ohio, for tho past forty years well known to tho
newspaper publishers throughout tho United States ;
. Nkw Yoke, Oct. 11th. 1870.
Da. Radway Dear Sir; I am induced by a sense of
duty to the suffering to make a brief statement of tho
working of your medlcino on myself. For several years
I had been affected with some trouble in the bladder
and urinary organs, which somo twelve months ago
culminated in a teribly afillcting diseaso, which tho
physicians all said was a spasmodic stricture, in tho
urethra as also intlammatlon ot tho kidneys and blad
der, and gave it as their opinion that my age 73 year?
would prevent my over getting radically cured. I
had tried a number of physicians, and bad taken a largo
quantity of medicine, both aiopatbic nnd homeopathic,
but got no relief. I had read ot astonishing cures hav
ing been made by your remedies; and some lour months
ago I road a notice in tho Philadelphia Saturday Even
ing Post of a cure having beon effectod on a person who
had long been suffering as I had been. 1 went right
off and got some ot each your ISarsaparilllan Resolv
ent. Ready Rolief aud Reguliting Pills and com
menced taking them. In mo days I was greatly re
licved, and now teel as well as ever.
C.W. JA31ES. Cincinnati. Ohio.
w oTtr s .
The only sure remedy for Pin, Tape and other Worms.
Price ono dollar per bottle. Sold by Druggists every
where. II It lit
KADWAY'S KEA.DY 11EL1EP
CtU63 the Worst Patus in from Ouo
Not one hour after reading this advertisement need
any one suffer with pain.
RADWAY'S HEADY .RELIEF
Is a sure cure. It was the first and is the Only Pala
Remedy that instantly stops the most
AI.l.AYS IXriiAJlJIATIO.tN AJfI CKItES
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or of tho
glands and organs, by one application in Irom ono tu
No matter how violent or excruciating the pains tai
Rheumatic. Bed-ridden, Infirm, Criprled, N'orvo
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer.
BAD WAY'S BEADY BELIEF
Will afford inst4.it ease:
Inflammation of the Kidneys. Intlammatlon of tho
Bladder. Intlammatlon of thn Bowels. Congestion
of the Lungs, Sore Threat, Difficult Breathing,
Palpitation ot tho Heart, Hysterics. Croup,
Dipthcrla, Catarrh, Intluenza. Head
ncbo, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Colds. Chills,
Tho application of tho Ready Rolief to tbo part or
parts where the pain or difficulty exists will aflord easo
"0 Drops in a half tumbler of ll'afcr
Will, In a few minutes, cure
Cramrs, Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick
Headache. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Colic,
Wind in tho Bowels,
And all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Radway'r
Relief with them. A few drops in water will prevent
sickness or pains from change of water.
It is better than French Brandy or Bitten as a stim
ulant. FEVER A.1ND -A-GrCJE.
Fever and Ague Cured for Fifty Cents.
There Is not a remedial agent in this world that will
euro Fever and Aguo, and all that Malarious, Bilious,
Scarlet. Typhoid. Yellow nnd other fevers (aided by
Radway's Pills) so quick as Radway's Ready Relief.
50 cents per bottle.
Tumor or Twelve Tenrs' Oroirtta Curel
T . BivjnijY.MAM., Ju!yI3.1S63.
De. Radwat I have had Ovarian Tumor in tho
ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said "there was
no help for it." I tried everything that was recom
mended, but nothing helped me. lsaw your Resolv
ent, and thought I would try it, but had no faith ini!
because I bad sufferod for twelve years. I took six
bottles of the Resolvent, one box of Radways Pills
and used two bottles of your Ready Relief; and there
Is not a sign of a Tumor to be seen or felt, and I feel
better, smarter nnd happier than I have for tweivj
years. The worst Tumor was in the left side of the
bowels, over the jrroln. I write this to you for the her -eflt
ot others. 1 ou can publish it if you choose,
. Uanmah P. Kkapp.
- 8 OLD IY AM. HHUOOINTS.
Bead False and True. Send one letter-stamp to
RADWAY & CO., 32 Warren, cor. Church StreetilNei?
x ori. Information worth thousands will be sent you.