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noa-billc ftut'cchln Cjjrjonitlc, Mcuncsuan, globcmber YS, B7ll.
EROWN ELECTED COVHP.XOR
Ttit Vote in BilTcrcnt Tarts of (he State.
IMectiou of Mr. Maynard Couccdrd.
Thonibiirgh's Majority Overwhelming.
Uuiier Beats Carter By 3,000 Votes.
Ilt-publican Cains in the Legislature.
Carry the News to the ".Military King."
TuM-Airo.MA, Nov. (1. 1S75.
The vote at McMinnville is, Grant, 100 ;
Greeley, 1272 : Maynard, 175 ; Johnson, 16S ;
Cheatham, 145 , Crutchlield, 185 ; Key,
-171 ; Brown, 290 ; Freeman, 192. There Is
no news from the Second district.
Cleveland, Nov. 0, 3:30 a. m.
Bradley county gives tho following Re
publican majorities: Grant, 210; Freeman,
205; Mavnard, 307 oyer Johnson ; Crutch
Held, 249; Morgan, 220 ; McLead, 203.
Cheatham received only 231 votes. The
above is oillcial.
Tiiundle's X Roads, Nov. 5, 1672.
Eds. Chkoxiclh : Our election passed
oil" quietly to-day. A larger vote was poll
ed than is usual for this district, being 112.
Ninth district, Grant, 107 ; Greeley, 2 ;
Freeman, 109; Brown, 3; JoUnson. 7;
Maynard, 105; Thornburgh, 109; Cald
well, 5; McConnel, 10S. No other district
heard from. Allow me to say that Mr.
flicks is credited with having made the
most able vindication of the President and
of Republican principles In his speecli of
Monday, that has been the good fortune of
the citizens of Sevier to hear in many a
day. We believe our county will give
Maynard and Thornburgh each l,200votes.
Grant's, Maynard's and Thomburgh's
votes will reach 1,000 to 1,200 with 150
against them. Sevierville gave Grant 50,
Greeley 34. McConuel is elected to the
Senate" almost without opposition. Rea
gan i probably elected Representative
from ('onke and Sevier.
Joxnsr.ono, Nov, , 1S72.
The oillcial vote of Washington county
i ai follows : Grant, 1,451 ; Greeley 609,
Maynard, 1,421; Johnson, 509 ; Cheatham,
1ST; Brown. 927; Freeman, 1,423. For
Congress, First district Butler, 1,431;
Cat'ter, 90S. Butler's majority In Carter
and Johnson counties is 1,3G2. He is is
i lected by 2,500 or 3,300.
The following is the official Republican
majorities of Washington county : Grant,
7o; Maynard, S00; Butler, 550; West, 400;
The following is the oftlcial vote of Mc
Minn county : Graut, 1,282 ; Greeley, 940 ;
Maynard, 1.25S; Johnson, 30-5; Cheatham,
043; Freeman. 1,270; Brown 007. For Con
gress 3d District, Crutchfield,. 1,313 ; Key,
905. For State Senate, Morgan, (Rep.) 1,
272; Edwards, 930. For Representative,
Magill, (Rep.) 1,303, Boggess, 8SS.
Editors Chronicle : The following
is the oillcial vote of Jcnerson county :
Grant Electors, 1,412; Greeley Electors,
4 j1 ; Freeman, 1,407 ; Brown, 4C3 ; May
nard. 1.318 : Johnson. 3S2: Cheatham. 200:
Thornburgh. 1.429 : Caldwell, 3S4 ; Gar-
lett, 02 ; McConnell, 1,378 ; Owen, 401 ;
Efkel, 920 ; Corbett, 379; King, 2S0 ; Dick,
70. Ed. It. Hall.
The following is the vote of Greene coun
ty: Grant, 1.218; Greeley, 1,121; Freeman,
l 274: Brown. 1.212: Butl-.t. 1.248: Carter.
1,278; Ration, 1,241; Reeve.-. 1,230; May
nard, 1,204; Johnson. 1,199; White, 1,003:
McGaughey, 1,442. One district not heard
from gives Butler, it is said, 4 majority.
Cheatham, we learn, received loo votes.
Below will be found the oillcial vote of
Hawkins county, exceptonedlstrict wnicn
will not vary theresulteitherway(25 votes:
Grant, 1,092; Greeley, bU5 ; I'reeman
1.047 ; Brown, 885; Maynard, 058 ; John
noil, 422 ; Cheatham, 527 ; Butler, 1,003
fv.iBr .114" : Welsh. 933 : White. 944.
John Blcvins.Conservatlve, is elected by
9o votes. Kespectrully.
JO. R. ARMSTRONG.
The following is the oillcial vote o
Unmix rotintv :
Freeman'b maiority. "ill; Maynard's
7!!) : Crutchtleld's. "13 : GrantV, 72-5 ; Mat-
tin, Republican, over Channels, Democrat
ly 275 majority in .Liouuon ami iane.
Thr. fnllnwini! I the vote of Union eoun
tv w ith three districts to hear from, which
will not vcrv materially chauite tho ratio
Freeman, 427; Maynard, 411; JohnKon, 07
Cheatham. 77 ; Butler, 481 ; Carter, ICS
Ivicliards. 157 ; Lelnart, 201; Savage, 204
l'arlu-y, 242; Dyer, 209; Duncan, uo.
Tne oillcial vote of Anderson county
lands, Grant, 0-58; Greeley, 315; Free
man, GOO; Brown, 344; Maynard, 010;
Johnson, 3S4 ; Cheatham, 31 ; Thornburgh,
H77; Caldwell, S13 ; Garrett, 13; Richards,
013; I,elnart, 20S; Savage, 20; Houk, 038;
Jacksikjro', TiafN., Nov. 7, 1872.
Editors Chroniclr : The vote in
Campbell county is le:-s than one-half its
trength. Tho vote in the districts heard
from is as follows: Grant, 659; Greuley,
140; Freeman, 44; Brown. 139 ; May
nard, 479 : Johnson, 105 ; Thornburgh,
-.05 ; Cheatham, 32; Melton, 583 ; Caldwell,
121 ; Garrett. 11 : Duncui, 404 ; Young, 24;
Killburu, 117 ; Dyer, 82.
Four preclude! in Morgan county fcivo
Giant, 124 ; Greeley, 70 ; Freeman, 115 j
Returns of the Election in Knox County.
dent. 1 GnvRtt-
u I o
1ft Ward 1 to
21 War i M
:vl Ward 112
4th Ward ! 65
5th Ward 2IG
fthWnrd I lot:
S h 'nrd 147
.New .Market House, ZiO
Totnl city vote.
S17 H6S 604 1129!
SAUisttict Kofcer') 2T.fi
3d District ' 1!H
4th District.. 113
Ith Dittrlct i S.7
rtth District ' 64
7th District I 00
Mh District 1 81
!'lh District , 7.1
10th District 144
i5th District .
l' th District .
17th District .
ISth District .
19th Diitrict .
2uth District .
21st Distiict .
For Senator, Sawycis received 40 votes and Savage 10.
Grant, 1.C99. Freeman. l.GGl. Maynard over Cheatham. 2.G39 : over Johnson.
,054 ; over both, 1,424. Thornburgh, 1,995.
.914. Tho total vote in Aucrust was 5.2S0.
which Bearden received 3,012 and Boyd 2.20S. Grant's vote now reaches 3,394, while
Greeley's Is only 1,095, being a Republican gain over the August election of 955
otcs. This Is that tidal wave of which our
Brown, 77: Maynard. 105 : Johnson, 10S :
Thornburgh, 152; Caldwell, 10; Garrett, 38; I
Melton, 173; Young, 11; Tompkins, 14 ; i
Bowden, 140; Pharls, 27. The indications i
aro that Melton, Republican, is elected to I
me senate irom mat uistrict.
The following is tho official vote of
Fentress county :
Grant. 249: Greeley. 184: Freeman. 231:
Brown, ISO; Maynard, 202 ; Johnson, 192;
uneatnam, ;i; Titornuurgti, 'ssi ; uarrctt,
lss : uaiuwcii. ss : jxieiton, au: Young.
00; Thompkins, 23; Rowden,S27: Pharris,
100 : Con. 13.
AVixcitEstnit, Nov. 0.
Tlie most of the vote of tho county is in,
and is as follows: Grant, 217; Greeley, 1,-
G: Maynard, 202; Johnson, o3j : Cheat
The returns from our county are all in.
Only about two-thirds of tho vote was poll
ed. The result is as follows : Grant, 0S0 ;
Greeley, 539 ; Freeman, G7o ; Brown, 547 ;
Maynard, 025 : Johnson, 445 ; Cheatham,
207; Butler, C5G; Carter, 5S1; Richards, 349;
Sawyer. 2S5 ; Leinart, 352 ; Savage, 121 ;
'ecu, su : Tate, 019, witn a lull vote we
would have had a Republican majority of
at least 200, as a large majority of those not
oting were .Republicans.
The follows is the oillcial vote of Blount
uranr, 1.1S4: ureeicy. oil): ireemau.
1,180 ; Brown, 55S ; Maynard, 1,154 ; John
son, 429; uneatliam, -00; urutcnileid,
1,197 ; Key, 54 ; McConnell, 1,171; Owens,
177: Beals, 1,009; Brlckell, 585; Tulloeh,
The oillcial vote of Polk county is,
Grant, 377; Greeley, 43S ; Freeman, 379;
Brown, 460; Maynard, 303 ; Johnson, 140;
Cheatham, .'(53 ; Crutchlield, 390 ; Key,
401; Edwards, 440; Morgan, 3S4 ; Stew
art, 307 ; McLeod, 45S.
The oillcial vote stands ; Grant, 300 ;
Greeley, 2G0; Freeman, 297 ; Rrown, 202;
Maynard, 279; Cheatham, 197; Johnson,
89 ; Crutchlield, 2S1 ; Key, 204 ; McElwcc,
279; James, 2-55; Patton, 210; Hoge, 227!
Williamson, ou. two uistricts to near
Full oillcial vote : Grant. 10G0 : Greeley.
391 ; Freeman, 1039 ; Brown, 414 ; May
nard, 1029; Cheatham, 330; Johnson, b3;
liutler, 99'.) ; uarter, 4io ; Aicconuei, 1U31 ;
Owens, 334; Reagan, 047; Allen, 550; Bl-
bee, 114; Howard, J-2. A menu writes
from there: Pennsylvania and Massachu
setts have much to be proud of but we
nave even more m tno election oi jiny-
nard and Thornburgh and many more of
the true and faithful, as Tennessee had a
strong Conservative element in Congress
which Pennsylvania and Massachusetts
MEIGS AND RHEA.
Athk.vs, Nov. h.
The following is the oillcial vote of
Meigs and Rhea counties :
Rhlm. Greeley. 435: Grant. 237: Brown.
442; Freeman, 237; Cheatham, SSS ; John
son, 04 ; .Mnyimru, sin; Key, 4.,u; tjruicn
flcld, 24G; James, 418; McElwee, 255; Peak,
477; Defrees, 199.
Mnicis Greelev, 400; Grant, 260; Brown,
421; Freeman, 283; Cheatham, 314; John
son, 135; Maynard, 277; Key, 418; Crutch
lield, 290 ; Edwards, 391 ; Morgan, 2S0 ;
Peak, 431; Defrees, 233,
This insured tlie election oi urutcnneiii
by at least 1,200 majority. Morgan, (Rep.)
is also elected over lid wards by 400 majori
ty. Ivins predicted the electtlon of Key
by 2,000 majority. Sain, will havo to give
un soothsaying if he can't do better than
Grant, 1,029 ; Greeley, 1,097 ; Freeman,
1,002; Brown. 1,101; Maynard, 1,575;
Johnson, 520; Cheatham, CSO; Crutchlield,
1,534; Kev, 1,233; Snyder elected Rep-
ring is tho oillcial vote of Se
vier countv: Grant, 1170; Greeley, 138.
Freeman, 1185; Brown, 138. Maynard,
1142; Johnson, 175; Cheatham, 20. Thorn
burgh, 1155; Caldwell, 150; Garrett, 10. For
State Senate: McConnell, 1071; Owens, 103.
For Representative: lieagan, 5WJ; Allen,
291; Howard, Ml.
The following Ib tho oillcial vote of
Cum 'bell county: Grant, 004; Greeley,
3 I 57
621"' 1S78 070
11 1 1
1215 3179 11S4
Richards, 1.873. Cams, 1,203. Houk,
estimating from the noli for Trustee, nf
readers havo heard something.
Johnson, 201; Cheatham, 30; Thornburgh,
020 ; Caldwell, 12S ; Garrett, 11 ; Melton,
594 : Young, 24 ; Duncan, 447 ; Dyer, M) ;
uuncan is tne nominee oi tno Kenubll-
cans to represent Union, Scott and Camp-
The following is the oillcial vote of
Scott county :
Grant, 3G1 ; Greeley, 7 : Freeman, 349 ;
Brown, 7 ; Maynard, 2S0; Johnson. 59 ;
Cheatham,; Thornburgh, 303; Cald
well, 3 ; Garrett, 0 ; Melton, 372: IJuncan,
2S7; Dyer, 34; Parkey, 2; Maicum, 50.
Duncan is elected to the Legislature by
about 450 majority.
Grant, 31S ; Greeley, 297 ; Maynard, 303;
Johnson. 228; Cheatham, 113; Thorn
burgh, 290; Garrett, 244 ; Caldwell, 07;
Freeman, 307; Brown, 307. Three districts
to hear from will increase Thornburgh's
Graut, 129 ; Greeley, 890; Freeman, 118 ;
Brown, 003; Maynard, 107; Johnson, 323;
Cheatham, G5G; Thornburgh, 113; Garrett,
252 ; Caldwell, CS1.
Graut, 519 ; Greeley, 271 ; Freeman, 487 ;
Brown, 270; Johnson, 209 ; Maynard, 484 ;
Cheatham, SI ; Butler, 478; Carter, 293;
White, 209; Dyer, 33; Welsh, 439; Cottrell,
412 ; Barnard, 303 i Myers, 00.
with three districts to hearifrom, gives
Grant, 190; Greeley, 95; Freeman, 170;
Brown, 100 ; Maynard, 151 ; Johnson, 1G0 ;
Thornburgh, 222; Garrett, 45; Caldwell,
33; Melton, 244; Young, 32; Thompkins,
14; Bowden, 170; Pilaris, 24.
The vote of Smith county is as follows :
Johnson. 558 ; Cheatham, 895 ; Maynard,"
ooi ; Caldwell, &.s ; Tiiornburgii,oi ; uar
rett, 785; Brown, 1,S7S ; Freeman, 010.
'1 he returns Irom no other counties aro in.
Freeman is believed here to be elected
Mavnurd's election is conceded by 10,000
plurality. W. F. Pitossint.
Private information from Overton, Clay
and Jackson counties reports that the
Democrats dropped Caldwell just before
tlie election and went for Garrett to beat
'Free Schools, Immigration, Better Roads
Thus you conclude an editorial of ytS'
terday morning, written witli reference to
tne supposed complexion oi tno incoming
legislature, being composed oi iiejmun
cans and Independents." ion seem to
think that successful efforts will be made
to have free schools, immigration, better
roads, and legislation liberal and progrcs
sive enough to make Tennessee what ii.t
ture intended she should be, the Empire
State or tlie'fcoutn.
Your correspondent ardently hopes that
such may be tlte result Up to tlie pres
ent time but little him been done in tills
direction, whether attributable to the su-
plneness or tne party in power or to otlier
causes, is tho question. Tlie Democratic
party has never been liberal ami progres
sive, unfortunately. It has clung to dead
Issues and lostered ideas as old as tlie ev
erlastiug hills. For this reason it has beei
utterly unable to comprehend the fact that
tliu world is moving, and taut a nigii ue
gree of energy and enterprise are now
needed to 'keep along with tlie stirring
times In which we live.
In common with you and others, I am
now exceedingly hopeful as to tho future
! results in our Statu. Tlie upheavel which
wo Have Had in Tennessee pontics, tnrow
ing overboard an absolute and fossilized
cltf-s of men and bringing to the surface
more active and wide-awake class, can not
i lan, ast tinnsc, to place our material in
terests iwn Uigli ground, Especially will
tills iK) so. It partisan politics arc leiiouto
tho qucstlou, a point that our representtt'
lives suouid Keep sieaoiiy in view. v
have had a surfeit of politics.
For tho honor of our State let something
be done towards tlie organ leation oi a com
prehonbivo school system, tho inaugunv
tion of active measures loukingtotliellood
Hit: o our State with a thrtlty lu industri
ous population and taking nuch stop as
will lead to the improvement of our public
ie- llio Democracy Ilinbnrkctl (or Suit
Pursuant to a secret circular issued from
tlie office of tho "big organ" a crowd of
gloomy individuals gathered on tho banks
of the Holston late last night to embark
up Salt river. Usually, such crowds,
though sad, go harmoniously and offering
mutual consolation, but last night we
think If the Democratic Exchequer had
permitted it, two boats would havo been
furnished tho quarreling half famished
disheartened crowd, for tho Chcathamites
and Johnsonltes were cursing each other
deep and loud.
HOW T1IKY KMllAliKKD.
When they got ready to embark the
mestion was raised who should take the
bow of the boat. Crozier said that this
Andy Johnson bolting wing should go in
nrst. rney nan piayeu tnunucr witn tne
inrtv and oilL'ht to L'O in llrst. Col. John
Williams said as far as that was concerned
he didn't much care. Tho Union men al-
avs had to lead when thero was work to
they could do so again. He had with him
copy oi tno "constitut on" and an
American ling." It was supposed ho had
us lor Aiuiy, as no prayed during tno
canvass that ho hoped when ho died to be
buried witn tne revered instrument ol tne
fathers and tho starry emblem of tlie nation.
Col. John said he was willing to tako tho
post of danger, but he didn't want tlie bow
of the boat, so ho proposed to put Fleming
there, as no was a pilot at tlie neini or tno
hie ortran" to guiiie tlie people. Tho edi
tor accepted tho post. At tills point several
Ulicatnam men spono up aim saiu mat as a
"guide" ho wasn't worth a cent. They
had no objections to his being put at the
bow for a figure head, but they
anted one of tho "old guard" at tho
elm, to steer the craft. The "big organ"
as liirhtning on tne "stralglit ticket" in
Autrust but it never could be trusted atraln.
If its editor took the bow ho might get salt
;ater enougn spnnicied on nun to "Keep"
m, but u not no wouiii go on again nrst
chance. They agreed, too, that he would
avo to tro un the river to tho hitrhest
point witlt Andv Johnson, Colyar. Baxter
and the JSunnrr and Avalanche. The ju-
ior editor of the "big organ" was there
ith a smile "childlike and bland ' and
Ho had it un der his arm but it was
throwing up its fried crow, sick as ever.
The Johnson men took tlie frotit of the
boat. They had it .strong iron box in
hich was carefully packed the "Constitu
tion" and a history of "my Policy." with
his "Moses" speech and t ho lug in which
to wrap Andy's stalwart form.
followed, cursing things blue. M;. Tom.
O'Connner was in tlie lead. He said it
as all right, it wasn't the llrst time ho
had gone up, but that thero was onoconso-
lation, tliere would lie several penitentia
ries up there to lease, and plenty of men
o work in tiicm. iic tnouciit it routrh.
though, that so many rein had to bo drag-
td up uy sucn a beggarly crowd ol Jolm
sonltes. (?) Caldwell was on hand. When
le canvass beiran he was as fat and slick
and plump as a well fed ox. Ho win feel-
tg mignty nan last nignt, tnougii. Tho
Battering Ram" had struck lilmsmmre
n the stomach and he looked somethlntr
iiKe tins :
1 A A K
The " Little Giant." ThomburuU had
driven him over the mountains oa tlie
tViuble quick and he was the worse for the
service. Ho had in ids pocket a petition
to have the district changed. Ho said ho
was like Horace Greeley, firmly persuaded
that running for ofllee was not his forte.and
though ho never expected the district to
truble him again, lie never wanted anoth
er Democrat butted witii that "lVittoring
ltam," as long as Thornburgh was push
ing it. He's little, said V, but oh! mo he'n
like a steam engine, in a race for Congiess.
Artiiur Crozier came along lust before
the bout started by with a
It coutalned a whito hat and coat, all
that is left of Greeley.
Several of the leaders proposed staying
to watcli tho 'radicals" lor fear they
would divide tlie farms ami mules witli the
"niggers." but Mabry said Bam. lvln
was at his Font at Athens and he was
shrewd enough to swap tho colored folia
out of their farms and mules and save tlio
Jubt about tho timo tho craft was to sill
somebody rolled several lwrrels of some
thing into the boat that looked to to us
mightily like apple jack, but they all in
sisted it was coal oil. A Greeley man said it
was "rinu." ureeicy kuh tney an loved
it, and lie was right. So they started for
Bait river. We expect to hear further from
, Judge Butler for Congresy received In
Carter and Johnson counties about 1,800,
His majority In the dlmlct is about -700
1'hc wont of a religious paixr, which thonltl po?cj
certain well defined chnractcrittics, h&i long been felt
n East Tennc5Fcc. Such a incr, it was seen, sliouU
bo to cheap that every family might talio Stj yctm
high toned, fresh and vigorous as to bohlghly esteemed;
eo local in character us to Interfere wilh nono of our
ablo religious weeklies, published abroad; and fo ex
clusively religious as to compete with none of our pro
ErcfMvo secular papers.
It Is proposed to meet this want by tho publication at
Cnoxvlltc, Tcnnc'sco, of a pApcr called The Hrcord,
which whllo especially under Presbyterian auspices,
shall slnccroly aim to develop the religious Interests of
Eaat Tcnncsice. Tho news of nil tho churches nnd re
ligious bodies iu our section will be thankfully accept
ed, and will bo given as fully nnd impartially as pos-
Tho great aim will bo to acquaint our churches with
ono another and place our peoflo In practical sympa
thy with the great rcligtous movements nnd tho earn
est Christian thought of tho age. Politics wilt bo en
tirely excluded. Nothing uncharitable or partisan or
controversial will bo admitted, hut only that which it
is hoped may promote the glory of our Lord Jesus
Christ. In whoso namothts enterprise. Is begun.
Wo destro to place tho paper In every family In East
Tennessee, ntd to this end earnestly ask tho co-operation
of every Christian worker. That cheapness nd
excellence may be combined, itwill bclssuoJ monthly,
but on good paper, and in tho best style, and will con
sist of eight pagff, largo quarto.
The llrst number will bo issued early In January,
1S73. Now is tho tlmo to subscribe.
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Address all articles for insertion t) Kev. P. D. Cow
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novlC.odcp2w6t Knoxville, Te nn.
Tho Gazetle snvs that on Saturdnv Unst a
daughter of I Ion ry Ryan, who lives Bomotwo
or threo milca couth of Morristown, tnot with a
serious neoident by which her right lmnd win
so badly crushed ns to necossitato nrnputatioti.
Tho yount; girl was feoding a cano mill, and
nor linnu becoming entangled in tho cano wa3
drawn botweoa the rollers of the mill nnd liter
ally crushod to a jelly to the wrist. Dr.;Mns
goo amputated tho arm, jint abovo tho wrist
soon after tho occurronco of tho accident, and
sho is now doing very well.
LIST OP I.IlTTllltS.
A1 v'rt Iscil November II.1S72.
Persons calling fur these letter will please s.i " Ad
vertised," and give the date of this list. If not called
for within ono month, they will bo sent t tho llea-4
Letter Office. Ono cent will be collected on each letter
II Dr liurkie. Miss Eliza J Iloothc. Mrs Marv
L Drown. James nggous. Miss Margaret E llurkhurt.
Heimen JJunc.i, 11 jiuyrus, 1 Ji.u;cr. mamas jiurns,
T J Ulancliard.
C Miss C Cobb cord, (ico Cbarnbury. .Mrs Kitty
Clark. Miss Mamie Clark, Mls Maria Cane, W U
Clinch. Win SI Coleman. Walter M Cocke.
I .Mies lunn, Miss Willlo Demy. Pr Wm Dyer.
13 I-M Enor, Moses Erby, Maud Ewing.
V Alex Fulton. Miss JenHio FIovil.Mlss Lizzie l'cc.
Miss Susan M French.
Miss Anna Unites, W viibsnn.
11 Alfred J Hill. K C Herbert A- Co Frank Hosa
col'd, Pryor Hanking col'd. WB Hale, Wmll Hughes.
I James 31 ingle.
J Miie Ann Jackson col'd. James Jackson ol'd.
14 .lonn Kitsmillcr, col d.
I. Wm E Lane.
JI-Paniel Miller Jc Co. Miss M.vg.iMcMillan, Thos
Miss Cal Norwoud.
! Mrs Mary Porter. Anthony PrHchard.
It H Kos, Miss Minnie ltusoell, Isaiah ltichnrdson,
W S ltogcrs.
S-W A Shorn. John Snow. Mrs N II Shoddy, Miss
Ron A Smar.h. Thomas Shean.
W Jacob Wlllhun. llattiltcn Welkrr col'd, O O
Winlrec, W V Wilson.
Chancery Sale of a Valuable Farm
IN ICNOX COUNTY, UAST TKNNL'SSEK.
IN obedienco to u decreo pronounced at tho Septem
ber Term, 1&72, of the Chancer' Court at Knoxville.
Tennessee, in the case ol'.lohn Baxter r. Wilbur Si.
Wight, I will sell in iiont of tho court houpc door in
Knoxville, on ,
Saturday, thr "th Day of December nca.t,
at 11 o'clock, A. -V.
at publio nuction, to tho highest bidder, the tr.iet of
laml mcntionod and described in the pleadings, lying
in Knox county, Tennessee, on tho Jocksboro' Turn
nike and Knoxvillo ajid Kentucky Railroad and about
ix miles', from tho city of Knoxville, adjoining tho
lands of John Weiland, J. l Callahan and others, and
containing romeSW acres. Said Sfclo nil. mi made in
bar of the equity ol redemption.
Said palo will le made on a crelit of B. 14, 2(1, US and
Ui months, and notes will be required ot tho purchaser
with good security, without interest, and u lien retain
d on tho land as furthcrsecurity.
Nov, 11. 1872-dlwI M. L. PATTERSON, C & M
Valuable City Property,
In Snced, King .t Co.V Addition to Knoxville.
f N 011EPLENCE TO A DECREE PRONOUNCED
1 by th'i Chancery Court at tho September Term, 1S7-,
in the crc of John D. Lilaekford. (now T. K. Champi
on. Uuardiau,) vs. Elizabeth Wehb et al. I will sell, in
front of the court hous i door in Knoxville, on
Saturday, the Ith Day of December nest,
at 11 oldrck A, M., at publio auction to tho hichcit
bMder. lots Nos. 121, 121, Ml and Kiln Sliced, King
,t Co 'fr dditlon to KnoxvillPvOr aduOicleucy thereof
toraiso tho sum required. Lot No. 121 lies south of
Park street, fronting 60 leet on said street, and hctw een
Crozier nnd Morgan rtrrels. N o. 12S lien south of Park
street, fronting SU feet on said street, and being thirl
lot cast of Crozier street: nud lots Nos. 101 and 102 lin
north of Park street, lrontinc 44 und M) tcet on said
stmt, ani being the Slh . ,d lith lots Kast of Crozier
Tl'.UMS. Said lots will be sold for one-half cash In,
hand and the remainder in six months. Notes bearing?
iiterest Irom date, with go id security, will be required!
of the purelnuer. M. L PATTKKSUN, C. A: M.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
N OnSDIENCE TO A DEORUE PR0N0l'N,i;KI
by tno Chancery court at rvnoxviiic. hi tne July
iccial Term. 1812. in the case of William Cuad vs.
Thomas ant M. CShinp&ugh, I will cell in lrontf tho
court house door in Knoxville, on
Saturday, tht "th day of December next,
at 11 o'clock A. M., nt publio auction to the fciglxst
bidder, a sullicleucy nf tho real estate uentlsncd nnd
described in wild decrco. to raise the sum &f t81G as,
witX intercut Irom .(1st of July, 1872, unit all the costs
of this caur. Said real estate is described as lollows :
1 t. A lot of landsituatwl in Kast Knoxville. bound
ed on the north by tb line ol M. Nelson, Mabry .V Co.:
on the cast by the lot formerly owned ly M. V llrid
K'cll; oo t'.e writ by Temperance street, nnd on th
soiitn h uau inn street.
2d. Two tracts ot laud ndlolnlng eatl other in Lou
don countv, Tennessee, bounded on thu north by tlis
lands ol Wilkersnn; on the east by llartly A Smith:
on tno south by Lenoir's, nnd on tho west Lyllwiry
Shlupaurh, both said to contalu in the aggregate 214
T13RMS. Said silo will bo made on ncrodit of so v
en. twelvo and eighteen inontl3, except 10 pi cent.,
which will bo required In cash, and in bar of the right
of redemption. Kotesvlth good security, bearing In
terest from date, will bo required of tho purchaser, and
a lien It tallied on the property a further security.
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