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From our Sfial CorrwiHinilent'J
Nashvillk, Kp). la, 1N75.
The week jusl rlcwt-d ha been a buy
one with the LivlHUture. twiwciallv
with the Houne, that body having
been In wtlnn the Krvater part of each
day, ami J tint before adjouniinK this
afternoon, Mr. Hullen who In evi
dently a very honent and cnnnclencloim
old gentleman endeavored Iu nectire
more working hours by a resolution
providing that hereafter Uie House
shall meet at 9 A. m., each day. Gib
son moved to amend by making the
hour of meeting 8 A. . The motion
to amend was agreed to, and the ques
tion then beiug upon the rtftoliitlon tut
amended, it was rejected by a heavy
majority on the negative fide nf the
quest Ion.
FINANCIAL.
For eeveral day past the Hoiimo has
been battling with the finaiuiiil prob
lem, the reHiilt beiug the development
ofa desire od the part of four-Hftlm or
the members to meet the obligations of
the Btale ou account of Bute bonds at
less rates than dollar for.dollur. The
feeling of the House on' this subject
was tully shown yesterday in the dis
cussion of (Jibson's bill, allowing tax
payer 10 pay half their taxes in de
limited coupons on " h-gaUy " issued
Htate bouds, at the rate of sixty cents.
The measure was opposed on the
ground that its provisions were unjust
and dishonest, by Messrs. Urr, Lea,
Audersou and Cooper. Messrs. Gar
denhire, Ijedgerwood, Noblitt,
Head, Gibson aud Nortliinnton
supported the bill with speoious argu
ments, claiming there was nothing
dishonest about it, but that it was a
fair business proposition. F.iilay cou
nt de red the bill a cumbersome one,
and Cummins opposed its passage on
the grounds that as there are but eight
Republicans In the Legislature, the
Republican party of the Htate would
claim hereafter tbut It was passed by
a Democratic legislature, throwing
the odium of repudiation upou the
Democratic party aud make much po
litical capital thereby, and he there
fore made a frantic appeal to his polit
ical brethren to reject the bill. Cum
mins' speech established two points,
the first being that the measure
smacked of repudiation, at least, in
his opinion, aud seooiui, the eople of
the (state would not endorse the bill,
for if they would, bow could the Re
publican party make political capital
out of its passage by a Democratic
Legislature, as the said capital must
be made with the very pwple the
measure was supposed in benefit? it
is to be regretted that this man, who is
looked upon as one of the Democratic
leaders of the body of which he is a
member, could not take a higher and
more patriotic view of his duty in the
premises, but perhaps he properly es
timated the sort of argument needed
to influence his brethren, for certain it
is the bill was rejected by a vote of
forty-eight against twenty-four. The
average Democrat will always give
beed to an appeal to his love of party,
when an eveu stronger argument ad
dressed to his good judgment, sense of
justice and bouesty will have no more
effect upou him than would the same
arguments have Umu the Carditf
Miaiit.
II.NK WAY TO CUT DOWN
expenses, is todouble up otlicial duties,
which fact has evidently elli-cted a
lodgment In thenitnd of Mr. Dodaon,
of the House. He has taken no prom
inent part in the discussions relative
to assessment. rUate bonds, past due
coupons, etc., but be has, nevertheless
been brooding over the financial situ
ation, and has possibly spent sleepless
nights on account of the deserat
strait in which his beloved Btate fluils
herself, pecuniarily, owing principal
ly to the rascality of " the d d Radi-
oals " during the rJrownlow adminis
tration. This morning Mr. Dodsou
made public the result of his prolong
ed and exhaustive study by oll'eriug a
resolution, which proposes to at once
and forever abolish the offices of Adjutant-General
and Private Secretary
to the Governor, and devolve the du
ties thereof upon the Secretary of Htate.
Now that's what I call a move in the
right direction, and hereafter, when
it is charged that Tennessee ha no
statesmen, will proudly point to Dod
aon, whose resolution above fciveu,
opens up to view possibilities absolute
ly staggering iu their far-reaching
grandeur. Gentlemen of the Thirty
Ninth General Assembly ! adopt
Dodson'a resolution, by all means, but
do not stop with that. Having thus
dispensed with two otlicial ssilious,
whose united salaries foot up the im
mense sum of $1,000 per annum, dis
pense also with the office of Superin
tendent of the Capitol, devolving the
duties of that position upou tho Comp
troller, for instance, make the Htate
Treasurer tx-offivio Supetiiiiendeiitof
i'ublio Instruction and -Hnl.i
of the Penitentiary, and let the Gover
nor employ his leisure time ly look
ing after the duties now attended ! by
the Attorney General. Then wiil
prosperity ouce more attend our State
and her treasury be tilled to overflow
ing with wealth, saved from otlicial
salaries.
Speaking of Attorney General. I am
reminded nf the scoring given ilml of
ficial tins week in connection with the
SL'l'KKMB lOt lcT KKI'OIUK,
which should have been pullihel iy
him during the pa-t three years, hut
which, for some reason, have not u
seen the light. A resolution was be
ing debated in the Senate Thursday ,
providing for a publiraliou of the laws
and the decisions of the Supreme
Court in newspapers, the 'uiier beiug
thus published under the niipervirion
of the Attorney General. litn u mo
tion was made to amend by leaving
the whole matter to the l'i tin iug Com
mittee, on the ground (hat the official
referred lo hud heretofoie utu-ily fail
ed in his duty. In that repaid. Loguu
said It was ttie duty of the Attorney
Geueral to publish the annual report
of the decisions of tho Supreme Court,
but the fact Is, our Attorney General's
report has not been published for three
years, although the Comptroller has
been paying him a regular salary.
Ma rye. indorsed all Logau said boul
dereliction of duty ou the part of the
Attorney General, and be was in favor
of recovering, by process of law, if
necessary, the money paid to Hie At
torney General for services he has not
performed. Hudges called attention
to the fact that the law foiblds the
Comptroller paying the Attorney Gen
eral his Salary if be fails lo puldish his
reports, and then lead irmn the Comp
troller's rvjtoil where a full salary had
been paid, and also riled tart thai fif
teen thousand dollar had heed paid
during two years as sttorney's lees in
violation of i he law. (Jiiarfes wauled
the matter fully iuveslipaied iu regard
to shirking of duty hy the Altoruey
GeiieraJ, hut thought it orili'e mime
explanation might be given by that
gentleman for tils negligent. The
bill upon which the tit-iisioii was
based was llnally rejected.
The mailer came up in the Senate
again to day, Wilson oll'ertiig a reso
lution providing for the appointment
of a committee lo investigate the whys
and wherefores of delay in lite
publication of these much needed le
gal authorities, and to aim leant
whether or not the Coin pi roller has
been paying the Attorney General Ills
full salary during the three years in
which theie have )Hen no decisions
published
KKNATOK TCHI.r.V
came lo the from lo-dsy with still
another bill providing for the pay
ment of the public debt, Iusi.Ihii being
to Issue new (winds to the amount of
JO),l0,iK), take up therewith an equal
number id' the tennis now out, hut
nothing thereon in the shape nf ac
crued interest. This is reallv the
most generous otter yei made that un
fortunate individual, the bloale I bond
holder, as ii proposes tti pay him, in
new bonds, dollar for dollar, for bis
certificates of the indebtedness owing
by the Htate. provided he is willing to
lose the interest, and provided be is
willing to risk a repititinn of iliii.
treatment, or worse, at the hand-of
the legislatures of the future. The
bill was ordered printed mid will re
ceive due attention when it comes up
on second reading.
THK COUNTY ttlCHT
of Kuox county has also lecine the
subject of legislation, Ledgerwissl ol
the House having introduced a hill to
day providing that hereafter the Quar
terly l.'ourt shall sit hut once a year.
and also providing for an Increase of
tr.e piristiiction or trie Quorum I'oun.
The bill was dratted at Knoxvllle, I
understand, and sent by mail to Ld
gerwood, who received il yesterday.
K.
uer. - - -
rr4i TiaiSe.
The .New York World publishes a
statement of the business of the va
rious steamship companies now en
gaged In the ocean tratie between New
1 ork and Kngiand, Germany and
France, for 1874, which got-s far to
prove the assertion that the year just
closed has been one of the worst ever
experienced. The recapitulation shows
the aggregate receipts oi the various
lines lor 1874 to have been toO,l.VS,8s')
against $o7.677,i0 for INi.'i, a decrease
of $27,42 1.3M.
Mr. YouDir
Keep con
iiajitly on
hand a full
eurk of ev
erything in
the DRY
G 0 o 1 K
lice, whicii
be mill ell
M Vhftttp M
thecbeap'Mt
foroat'h.iiu
I Jo odd an
fit eh ana of
the I a ten
tyleit, and
at the low
en t litrurt.
Re m em bur
the plane, at
tbe
Cheap Cash Store!
naufrry Ka'e or a House and Lot
in Rmmille.
Nil 2..'"7.
n. P. Ti'miln Y. l'ltstjonl Cunnon.
1)1 KHt'ANT TO AN INTERLOCUTORY
decree pronounced in Ills above raue st Ifie
erleinlKr lerui, 1p74, ut lhr Channery Court at
Knoxvillc, 'I'enuiMweo, I will sell at publio mi')
lit.D, to the uiKliut t bi'i'tfcf, iu from cl the Cuurt
house door iu knoxvitle
OK WEUN EKDA Y, THK TENTH
DAY OF .MARCH, lS7r,
ut 11 o'clock a m., the house nnd I t iod
tioittJ and .ie-cribed iu ihu iili-,dinK. hem lot
No. 1"H on Willow aire jt, in X-'UM'' Additiun
ty V.aA Knoxvilte."
ti:kms.
fro id .ru(iAity will be wld n end it fit ix
U)oDtb uud iu bar of the equity of r-Ueuiption,
liikinit lroui the purrhafer a uute bfariott iniert-fi
from onto, und rt'taininir a lin on the lot to fe
cure s..uie. M. I. l'Al 1 KJ10N, C. A M.
tljruaryJ'Hh.jK7. iilTw iidlt
thanfff) sale or Uoiisp aiid Lot
in kiiowille
M. I'owiuan v. P. 8hroi-thire, ct al.
nt KSUAST TO A LKORlfK VHON'OI NCKD
1 tu the nbove cau at tbe JaauHry vpjiid
term. ls7,S, of llie I'hanoury (.Vnrt al Knoiville,
1 lint fl-t'f. I will sell at ut'lic uj lion lo the
hitrbtt bi l'lcr. io fr tnt of the 0 mrt Houae dxr
iu Kr.oxviHt:,
OX WKDNKSUA Y, THK lOtli DAY
OK MARCH, 1S73,
at 11 oVltM k a. u., the lo u'e and lot tnti.t'onod
uud dotM-nbed iu the Heading biiiif one hull of
thn houttu and l"t here JJ- thrtp-hire iaw
re.-n'K'i. on 8tt' JStr't. in the City -f Kuoxville,
and iu front oi tho lit ne Bull inuo 1.
ThKMH.
Haiti iroiuTty will be "old for rue balf nun
uud the bulauce on a e rod it of nix ranth and in
bar ot the equity of rtxii-mption, (Wvktug note
frtiin tbe pau-haatT fr the Uuieired puyiuvut
biuring inlcrvct from dut
ALL. I AITKRON.C AM.
I'eb. ltiih, l6'V iilTw iWll.
J.J.YOUNG 64GaySt.
lealr in j Wi
Drkhs vi m yJ
iM)ODt ( Hi t
VVKKVTHIXO
Iu th Iry
I ItlM kIh I
SanlorO, Chamberlain d lllim.
WHOLESALE AND MANUFACTURING
POHMEHLT
I . J. rIXKI . 4 .
Largest and Best Selected Stock of Drugs ever offered for Sale in the South
. ,,.i!l.,,,,ir rililie for buiu, nor lw m.k. ana oiprrieort in tk lt tr.U, 1lrlnt tbit PRICES 13 If ALL
L0 KR uui ner I eter fiv'ti id Ihut markot.
VB ASK AN KXAMINATION i,Y t)VR STOCK BY ALL BITYKKS OF
Drup-, latoiit .Uedicines, Paints, Oils, Glass, Cement, &c.
And ieilly wllcii h cotllroanfe of rain-na; from all tho bc bavt to llbartlly berets fere pttroBiiod altierof tbaold Inn,
. SANFORD. CHAMBERLAIN & ALDERS.
BMM-S DIRKtTORT.
M tiOOItH.
McBATII IIRll-i.. Hea'era ia fry Oot.. No
tionf. IU.u. sboea. (kxpleand Fanny
llrocvrieii. Sole .Mnri(t .-iure, Kn"tTille.
ienne. . xikUwm
Dnntf rllt Catnt,
1 "UN B.MEKK, Attorney at Law aod ttolioiUir
I in Chanrery. llndri(lr. leuDhvee.
.UkTt Vtty OrriOB)l rd.
K. N. BLA K Br RN, Attorney at Lw M
Holieilor in Chancery, Kutfene City, tlreiroD.
POSTPONEMENT
OK THE
;hanu
Gift Concert
T, liu. s ),j.n .'warn in tk. f'.tv f 1 2 . . U
N- C.. on ijereintwr SI, 1174. for th parixwe of
er.'tui an ihuj t tsLWino J r.MI'Lt, baben
potpooKt until
"fdofMUy, urth I7tb, 1875.
At vfairh lime the (Vnckit will rertajnly be
KiTin m.d the DkAWINK UUARANTKUl).
A liar Ul drawinfi could bare been made 4Y'
tbe fiine aitpointe.1, l-ut numerous lett. re from
Avente ana ttoitet. holdera. tu-pre tbe Mnnmrerto
milte ehort portr,oea3ent in order tn eeeure ft
full drawing.
THK ORANI) (SIFT IS THE NEW AMI)
WKLX-Bt KNllHKD
I8E.U0H HOUSE,
Worth 0,000.
Mrand Cewb .lfl.
Kwal MlHt tl.
twb tiri.
tire) Ml TotiO
lO.OOO fW
HI,tMK no
N!e,aM OU
Rmntiirvcittt We refer by iirmkion tn the
following gentlemen nf onr City, nod would be
t lad it uie oradaloua would write Ui t.oy of tnem :
R P OlCf. 4de V 8 Ditrict Court. Wertem
DunrW of N C
I I10H BKTTLK, Jadce BnrremeConrt.
T B KWWH, Ke Uter in Himkruptoy.
ROM DOUOLASS. II S Miubl.
W 8 HALL, BdtMr " New North Sute."
DUFFY A ALBRIOUT. Editor " l'.triot."
CAA8 KfjHOBHH, of Irm ofWilwn k Shober,
JULl"tJSA ORAY. Cnhier of the Bank o
trreerwborn.
R M STAFFORD. Sheriff of OuiUord.
J U WHITB. PoetuiMter,
ODKLL. RAti AN ind CO, Merchant
J W SOOTT. Merchant,
Prkr. of Ticket, 2.fi0,- S umber vf
Ticket imusd, only 100,000.
How to bicvit: Money (hoold be rem by
Retrietered Letter. Pout Oniee Order, or Kxpiew,
with name, l'oft Office. County and Slate, of the
parcbtuer. written plainly.
For further pauioularo apply to the manacer,
Bui 8, Itrtwniboro. N. C.
CYRUS P. MENDtSllALL. Magih.
ACENT8 WANTED-
UMandWImo
Knoxvillo Iron Company
Hi Jn rAPTTRtaft or
IIAIIIHON.CAlilTINKM,
irmiiii ibiip hio:iio,
M4ILHOAU NPIIf (TT DA I LA. r.
! lib HiLIM
Com I (ffflt I'tial int roh,
(aiST. It. IiAK,
hVOXMLLK, Ti:X..
tU:NT FOR KNADK'ri t'KLEBRATKD
BALTIMORE PIANO.
Kvorf inrftfument fully wtuTnie.i 'or 5 r "
In Chancery Court at May
nardville. 'XTohE Tkbm. Ih74,
BKIT RK.MEMBKED, THAT W.J, NASH.
County fi u perm temi wot of Public I ni trac
tion for Union ouunty, ciu Into upen court uoi
lirenenteU bis report of ine met'- mitt hoaudu of
tho vanouM oudihioq ivboul du-tri' tn in L'ni' D
I'Dunty, ttviui prdytd lhnt fuiJ report b enter, of
record on iniiiuitu theof Oourt, .Tii naid -vral
iii-iru-U bduly iDo.irpOfi.Uii aocordiiiff to Imw,
but bcaue it apperil that do notice by publi
rutioD bui bt-en given, the 0urt ordere that
oaid rojNjrt be Hied uud tbai the 0itrk nd Mud
tor mK publication f.j the filing 1. 1 Paul reHrt,
and f f uaid apr lifailon fr inooj-'T'oration in the
uiHoner prem-ribd by utMtutv.
It u therwioro srdered by tn Clerk and Master
hut ptihlicirn be madtf fur :i0 davrt in the
knttiviiltt C brynifjte. Dutifyinc all perronn to up
pear on or bef'r the rule day next prfKdiug
the next terio of the Chancery Omit 'nr t'nton
enunty, to be hnld utthe Court iluui-e in Mnv
nardvilin on the thrd Monday ot April. 1a7
and tbow rauHe. f any they have, why letter- (it
uioorporation should not iaue ai prayed !r in
iatd petition, or the name will be proceed tt in
ei p'rte. A true vm y o theder,
iil7w;.w. J. W. BhANbOlV, C. k M.
Dissolution 'f Partnership.
I II K FIKM OK tl.AHK A JOHNSON IS
C this day di-milved by mutual concent, 0. L.
CUi k beintr itponeible for all debt una autlir r
ited to tuake all oulleftionM of ao'-unu duu the
old firm. 0. L. CLAKK.
Jax;ufcry 7. 16";. W. ti. JuUbON.
Tbe oianafbwtuf e of Vlown will be continued at
tbe (' i Kt-irid, ntr the knoiviile and Ohio iUil-r-
id Oep(t. bv the underr-itfiitd. Send fur cir
cul.ir and reduced prire likt.
PriaH Jttduccd Iu Suit the Timet,
iKdlwfojo
CL APK k CO,
A GREAT DISCOVERY.
IRYMl'KLAS. ITLCKK8, OLD B0KKH.CA
I i TAKKll.lit-ult.l hreatO, Fel.mi and ail kin
dred diit'-nttit) fteediiy d1 etieoiually cured by
the u-e f a Verfotatile 1'reriiratiou. fike, ti
by mail. Huriri tniontruaxautid rr the iucue
reluuded. Addrt-a-, J. 4 CbKTIS ."li'
.""prinjf, Jerlri"n county, Ten a Keivr-noe.
ivn if uteirfcd. by thoee iuiu La bv orvt
"Wliolowalf nnd M (iuiirat urlntr
DRUGGISTS.
8tov?p9 Tin
H. C- HAWKINS. J. R, BUTT W. 0- WHITE. JOHN CRUZE. WM C0FKMAN
HAWKINS, BUTT & CO.,
MANUK CTURKKH AND
DEALERS IN PLAIN. JAPaNNED AND
STAMPED TINWARE
mi
I'M- V' ei-wV.'..
No. ft
J. W. PARMELEE & CO.,
lHuctw.ir- to A. Li. & H. C. Glllenpif Jc Co.)
WHOLESALE DEALERS I.N
NOTIONS,
WHITE AND FANCY GOODS,
Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, &c,
GAY MTIUSET,
KEIOXVILLE, TEIM1VESSEE.
'K ARB NOW
A VERY LARGE STOCK OF ALL GOODS
IN OUR
FOR THE FALL TRADE,
WHICH WE OFFER
At Eastern Prices and on Eastern Terms.
I'AKTlCULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS.
viii-j'.nf
l.tiiiilifi .
BURR & TERRY,
LUMBERjTI
SH11Y3U
! I . k A I
SASH, DOORS, BLINDS
MOULDING.
ni:isi;iM i m s(;,
Wea t h erboa rd i u g ,
AX HANDLES,
PICK HANDLEH,
HAMMER HANDLES,
HATCH ET HANDLE. tP'.'KES.
Thoroughly Seasoned Plank,
Vnllnw l'vplar, i'ite Mi l Afb,
Framing Lumber
OK ALL (SIZES
JOU WOUR mK TO OI.UEB,
AND
Wood Turning ol ill UliitU,
HY Jj. KKIN1WKT.
Kurtav rl.M-K Xartif !.. . . t
Drttu-g-lMtM.
FORMERLY
rillIIIERI.4l. , 4I.UERM
- war vc.
Tut Ciuniiliu hT. a Co. a.
W. ere aieo Airetiie toi ImiiroveJ Cocaine .14
IteMtiiHi Mvvm hai-ire.. lint Air Furuavee, Ao.
uuuatni ut
(iHlvnul.til Iruu Cornice
And f.it.rloi beooraUoai,
(oDirarltrs vi Miff I Mflal Work
Of (Try UeeuriilioD, and doalera in
HOLLOW WARE. PCM P8, IB OB PIPE.ORATB
alto
Uourte-KurnlHliliig GimhIx (JeneraUy.
We are alao Sole Aaentu for OlineV CelehratMl
ratent Mate ItooarJit I'aiou
MAT MTHKI.I'.
. t iu iv is nhk i :
RHCEIVINU
LINK
KAHT TK!M!l!i;t;
LAND AGENCY
Entablltihed 1 .
CHARLES SEYMOUR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Commissioner of Deetb
COT'i:i'4('ER.
orriR roi (ii.i
Many Desirable Properties
aD Tan chi mil or
All llulu-e PertalulrtK to Ken I ttle
Maps and Abstracts of Title
FURNISHED.
UPKl'llL aTTHN.IIIII UlVtX Tu
llinintf an I Timber Lauds
OrKMNIZATIOX OF COMPANIES AND
PLACING OF COLON IKS.
THK KA.ST TKNNKS.-KK LAN'D ltWISTKH
sent on rwetftof jimi.
Oryirt Firm doer n.uth .f K. '. Niiunl
Uri. H tlaj Streei. Kuoivillj. T,iiiwh.
ui.el'IA .1
( baurrry (ou t, at Kuoxiille, Tru
rifsstf, Nu. 2.701.
0. P. Tcuiplu va. Jubn Coe nnd huau Dtt.
I T AI'PEARINQ FROM THK BILL WHICH
1 U ewru to tual the def.ndmit. JuLu Coe and
Sueari Dei'a are noirri 'it!-nU of ttie Htitto nf
Tennessee, it in ordered ttiattlie defendants ehove
named appear before ine Ctitineery Court ut
Kuoxville. Tennesdoe, ou the tliiid Aluiiduy in
Mureh next, and uiuke delcn-e to the till
lod in thin eaure. or the eiime will be in ken tr
eoul. r-l, it ik further ordered thilt thit notiee be
lubluhed for lour ooiutooutive a eek iu the Kuoi
viUe thronkle. A tru. i"y. A tr. hi.
M. L. I'AI f ERSON.C M.
iiBlt, ty W. A. lii,Rinii. u. f. .
SEW tllVKETlSEMEKTfi.
Kcnmore Inlvfrsitj High rirhoH.
ANHKHHT . II . V.
n. A. fTRODB (Math. MedalU. C, '..! I n.
eirl, and Inatraetnr Matheinii. K.nflnier
ln nd Natural feienoea. H. C IIIIHOK. 11.
Lit. H, Va . reeenllr Awl. Pr .f. Luiti. I! V .)
lofftmrtor in tfreelt, Latin, Krenrh end (.erruan.
One of the leadina Itiah fSeboola nf the .tat
New term rnrnmeneee Feb, la. C-.arrt
IW for board and tuitiou, Refereneea .fobn
Overton. hq.. and R. M. kinnuird. K'q.. Nab
willej. Je n Ca'alnaiiea mallM to a'l epolbant.
HUSBAND'S
Calcined Magnisea
tn fw from utnUmtnt tw'n. or rontfhm ni
tht (tMu bur I i In thiH th dtw ot
wn uu'ii Riii.nnu it reliaven Sick lleiJrt'l
iSttuf fHittn- h. CotivenCM, sod other d c(
of the Mimnoh iittd npld. The KnrlU'i Vmr
M(1h1 m i ( or Kttut 1'remiuiu -ilv. r MiH
ftwraiHl it tw (bo bffit in the mrt. r or Ar
by ilrutffvt ni country tore r vpern.i mtii bv
Tf Jl Q-Th fhoirentin the w. rid. liniM.n
tnO'n price Lariei-t nuii-Hnt
A meric Uple Hrtlclf -- ptei-
Tertbody Tra4lefMDlinujiir increiMinu- Anent
wanted everywhere bet ibiticrf .n't
watte time Hend for Circular tn HHBNr Wti.K.
H Vf-eey 8t, N. Y.. P. O Bm YJ'
AIVft'RI IMINW, heitp. .-V4ivm-iff-AM
perfdOi who conteiuplHte makinff etui
tracU with iitWrraperp for the ine- r iin ot lvr'
tirenint, honld m nd 5W cent- to Oro 1 H w
ell 0 , 41 Turk How. Newport,, fr thcir
PAMl'HLfc:r-bUOK (ninet ffvenlh edition .
eoniainiMK time of over l.Ut new-papers nJ
timatee. howinjc the r.Mt. Advertireroentf tk
en fur leatlimc in ! "ere tn man- State t n r
mendnuii reduction troia puilihe ! h m i)u
thpBook
l7 lo $10 per dav tu Ldiei or tet.tf. Pafnt
NoTeliie. Adt.n-w M 1 Hrifr A Co Atlanta. (,a.
$1
C (hOrper day at hotne.Tenn free Adil
r-PaCUtlll. riTUtaim & O l nrl,.n 1, .11
$77
A WKKK ituaranleed U Alale at.d Keinne
Aeot In their looelily. lit- N ' I H i .
to try it- Partioulan Free P. O. V ICK
1 11 ' L . . u
44 Vt'HOMAMCV,0SOl1L WAR.MINti"
I flow either lei may iarciDat wbd hid
thetove and affection ol any pereoo tliey rho e.
invlantly. i hii art ad can pDive, tree, by dmU,
for -'ceut; together witli a JMarratjte (iuidf.
Kiryptimn Oracle, ltreama, Hint to Latiine ti
l.Uitu.OiHj eld. A queer Ifroott. Addrfw T. W 1 L
LW Co., Puhii-hem. PhiUilelpbia.
Most Extruordiiiar.v
Ternu of AdreKUloa are offered for News"!''
in th Suta of
TENNESSEE!
6eoil for llai of papn and rehrdalool n't.
Atdrea
GEO. P. ROWELL A CO.
ADVBRTI BIN Q AGENT.'
No. 41 Park Row, New York.
Refer to editor of thla naner.
In Chancery Court at
nardville.
May-
0. aid I. BILL.
Arrhtbftld Multena rt. John Roher-HHj. WUIijiin
W.Oibbe. lraeU DavauH, iauutjl t.Volt aui
Wlliiam H. Turley.
!T APFKAKINU FROM THK ALLftJATJONfc
IN TIIK bill which i iwn n tu. that John
obetrfoD and William W, tiibhe are non-reen-dent
of the htate ot Tentcie. fo that the or
dioary rroeee ot law can not be ecrved upon
tbeiu. It la therefore ordered that publication
be made for four t-uweiieive weeke in the Knox
Yille Chroiiiele, a newsrm,.r published in the
city of KnojiviUe. not tying laid defendant.
Jobs Koberteon and Williau. W.tiibbe to apper
on or before the rule day nest preceding tbe
neit turm ol the Chancery Oour for Union Nm
ty, to be held at the Court liiue In Mnynaxd
Tille. on the third Monday ol April, tfib, fro
plead, answer, or t her wise mahe dcfen.--e tn
eooiplaint'tnt'd billor the iauie will be tti ken en
eonfeived anl et down for ht-aring exparte. A
true copy of the. rder. J. W. BRANSON,
iiHw4t Clerk and Mauler.
Chancery Court at
Knoxvillo, Tenn.
No. .!7;0.
R. R. Beardco. K'r of Eliaa D, bneed. der'd. v.
Kliia Bneed Jnn. Mareret Andrew Jone. i.
A. lUyl. 8. H. Bojd, J. M. Bord. L. C. I-hap
ard and J. P. Hprag ue.
IT APl'KARINO FROM THK DILL WHICH
1 ia aworn to. that the deleodi;nt J V tioraxue
ia a non-reindent of the State ot TenneMee. 11 I.'
ordered that the defendant abeve named ai.pear
before theCharoerj Court alKnoirille, TeoDm
aee, on the third Monday in Mareh neit.
and inaae defence to the bill filed in thia Cau.-te.
or the annie will betaken fer eenleed. Thi
setice w:ii be published in the KacxvilU
Chrouiele for lour eon.etutive weeka
A true rot'?. Attrft :
M. L. PATTRRSON. C. A M..
11 a. )LaiTH. n, g. a .
Jllllw't.
CHANC101IY SAM:
OF
Valuable Real Estate.
So.
IJL'RSUAM TO A DKCRKti fhONOCNCKb
M. bv the Chuncerv Court at Knoxvilla. Tun-
nffee. at the March term, 1K74, Hnd retved at
the January special term, in the oa of
MeClunnHit He-tt-rLonn yn, P, A, heehau, et ai.
I will sell at nubile auction tn the hiahent bldnr
ia front of the Curt ll'-uwe door, in Knoiville,
Katurdajt. i
Mrch, at 11
o'cloc k, 4. ltl.
a portion of tho real aetata described In thi
plcadinri. to wit : Lot Not. M. M ;7 and i8 in
Kneed. Kinu a CompaiiT'i AdJiiiftn to Koojmlle.
Xenn. baid lot , Nm: iA and vt trout each It.,
and No. M fronts 4S ft. on Park meet, un l lm
No. 57 fronu 4H ft, on lpot it reel, etui a plat of
awe cit oetteenat metjierk ana ,lnier i oni-v
One lourth of the nurrihnit nion-T tu he nui.l
in bund- the balance enually on lix and twelve
wvuihh iimr, tug puuuiMiir jkuu(1iji uin ouief
accordinKiy. bearinK six per cent. ibtere-.t wirh
approved surety, anu a lien rotained on the
prorrty as flintier aecurity. February, li-7 .
lil.llwH M. L. PATTKRSO.N.Cac-i M.
CHANCERY SALE
OF
Valuable Real Estate.
No. I iM.
1rRSUAl TO A DY.C ir;K PiONorN0i:U
ai tne January Spec in I Term, I'-.U.ol the
I'liuncery Court nt Knoxville. 'lenu. in the ius
ot H. V. I'miieri'-k. g'uar-lt fti. fit. It. fir.
ker. I will fell, in front "f the ea'rt h .Qe J"r
in n ii'-xville,
On ilnrlat, th UU !. of
Uatih, IST
o'tlofk, .
Hi
31.,
II
ut public auction, to the hiKh'nt bidder, a. put tion
of the r- al etntu ilcrtl 1 iu the plo ;-jir lyiUet
in kout county, Tennei4.--i.-e, on th- tutb ido of
tun htver. about two uiilet Iroua KiioiTille,
and beintr part vf ihe tract ut Uui oi which C
elj II. linker died a-i?!, to wtt the tr-tit of
himhI luiul of S,1 j acren l in or nortn ot the hinoi
bille und tJeviervilie r'id, iietwoca the tm.-ta ee
vttluiiKing to LtthcUa Sl i beii-t-n and Minerva
Jouroliii'tn :int 2il urrex ult ot tho western end of
the im.'v acre tr t ly.uu on the eiiet aide pi the
iitw ruad n'i i ll by tho CouiUii-wiouers-
Two faundrfd and fifty dutiura of tho parch-e
money will bo required at corifiruiati u of tale
and the balance ou a credit of one, tno and threw
yt.irf. rmuiruiK of tbe purci.auT note with
iflfurity bearitiK inttTit fiumdate. aud rt Uininar
n lien en the Uivl ;u further -c'tirity. f tbruaxy.
l7j M. L, PAlTbKSoN.C. k M.
iiSdlHw
S7'
. KKVll WH K AentJi wanted. Per
- vom" Irea J.V-,rtlt A St, LouUM

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