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WHIG AND CHRONICLE.
vVKDNKSOAY, MARCH .1, 1875.
Hitn.ir.VM Yor.(i's inconio is siiiil
t lie !4(MH)0 ppr moiitli. With tliis
he is run'ilpd to support a numerous
ftunilv of wives and children.
Ov Tliursil.-iy of lust week a lawyer
naniP'l Wiley and one of the editors
of the Montgomery (Ala.) AVv.v had
a falling out, which resulted in ex
changing a half-dozen pistol shots,
neither of them being hurt. They
must lie very poor marksmen, or else
they were burning powder only for
The bill which passed the House on
Wednesday, and which becomes a law
when signed by the Governor, pro
vides that in civil suits the losing
party shall be taxed with the costs
e know ot no good reason whv it
should not be so. It will have a ten
dency to deter persons from going to
law on frivolous pretexts, anil may
prove beneficial in more ways than
4e- - -
A Kiiimt.i.h an House accused of
tyrsuinizing over the prostrate State
of Louisiana," has just passed a bill
for improving the mouths of the
Mississippi river at a cost of
OOfi. Another law has passed the
same House, providing for a large
expenditure in repairing the levees
of the Mississippi river. This is
simply carrying out the Kepuhliean
lioliey of "internal improvements."
which proves as advantageous to the
.south as the North: still it is radi
cals" that oppose the South.
Nashville special of yesterday
a unci synopsis ui a i-m-mui
vt ! ;
issu.-d by Treasurer Morrow,
h is a-.nthi;-,,' but chei rful roa 1
lle tlxe the total indebtedness
sta'e at s-'-':i.s'.io.:Mii. lie es-
titnaVs that to meet the interest and
pay the current expenses of tiic
State will require for tins year
;.i.5..i'.'L'. u 1 1 ' i the pn
With the present rats of
taxaHon !:e estimates a deficit of
si'' ." ;'. "Ve all :i lei to this ele
phant" occasionally last summer,
and lined upon the 'Coplj to elect
but capable men to the Li'gisla
tuiv. i nir a n ice was not. taneii m
every instance, and the result is that
we have a Legislature wholly unable
to grapple with this question. We
are s:irrv that it is true.
The elections which will be held
in the State of Ohio the coming fall
will be looked to with special interest.
Already parties are getting ready for
the contest. It appears to be gener
ally conceded, that Gov. Allen will
te the Democratic nominee for re
( lection. We find the following state
ment, as to what the Republicans are
doing, in a special dispatch to the
Cincinnati Uozftte, of the 22d :
" Mo-t - f tin Uhio dek'iriuiori. tn?othor
with inTMrnur D-nni-nn. Ilriijuuin Ku'ilis-
ton, Mr. Wikutl', Criairiiiiri i f the t-iuoli
can Siati? ('imimittee. und Mr. Cwie', nf
the '.'levebnd l,eilt r, an 1 utie-r', ni"t nt
th room of Scre'ary Il.-l;ir,ti, la-it ml.t
Xf arrang-' for tlie l'irthc.mintr. piiitiial
campaign iu O.vu. lis -u.-ston turned n;H,ri
the iiiiptirttint Leurii.fi r e!.".r.nn of umt
fill wjuI 1 h ive u: (in tio i'ro-ri.li'iitii! cm
va-?, arid it wn nvi't that uw r'r(.'-'i:t
would bete their om r; ti rnnkii:-; th
i:smpuiD raii-t viiir."i,'ii. Gov. I)fjni.vn
unni iiinc'l thit he won: I not he a r-iiu-1:-
late lor Oiivi riiur."
It will be seen th:i
will not be a candidate. Wo trust
that one of the bc-t men in the party
will tie selected.
Tut: people of l'i.i'-i iclphia are
making preparations for the centennial
exhibition next year. Local jealous
ies have prevented a hearty co-operation
from all the people iu this coun
try on that subject, and if it is not a
grand success it will be owing to this
cause. The Philadelphia papers state
that the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany propose building near the main
entrance to the centennial buildings a
grand depot, covering an immense
area, underneath the roof of which
can be accommodated fourteen thou
sand persons. The branch track, to
prevent accident, will be spanned
over by an immense bridge, which
will serve as a grand promenade, and
from which steps will descend upon
f'ithcr s,il. to the (Iciiof orr.i.i.r It
i i . i ' i
Illso lirotioseil ti l.tfice ilhr.ii tlu. re,il
, . 1,1 i i i i ix- '..','!
between Philadelphia and New ork,
..... . . ,
a Kenes ot e e"!iii v iit. ir.Utori.fi.
. . ,, .", ,. . .
trains, that will make the distance in
about the time
consumed by the
swiftest express trains.
This paper, under our control, will
not be the organ of any individual.
faction or ism. It will especially nd-1
vance that policy which proves the ;
greatest benefit to mini' uiriniUnr: J
making it a basis of State and Na-;
tional wealth. ;
The greatest possible reduction of i
taxes must bo had. Count? and .
Municipal taxes, withiu a few years,
have increased so as to oppress the
people. Steps must be taken to re
trench these, expenditures as well as
those of the National Government,
and thus quiet the insatiable greed of
local politicians, that the industrial
classes may not be eaten up and
their energies paralyzed. We advo
cate now, as we did when in the Sen
ate, a large increase of paper curren
cy. While it is a lamentable fact that
there is not enough of currency in
circulation to meet the legitimate
wants of the country, our financiers
should all bear in mind that our wants
since the war are double what they
were before. Our navigable streams
should bo so improved as to render
transportation cheaper. Thieves and
robbers who are continually plunder
ing the State and National Trea
suries should be brought to tin ac
count and made to atone for their
rascality after a fashion that will at
least be a caution to them. Many of
the most frightful rogues in the coun
try seem to act upon the principle, if
they are outspoken, brawling parti
sans of the party that may be in pow
er, they will be excused for their ex
cesses in villainy, if not ciicered and
animated to increase their labors and
enlarge their operations. These un
mitigated rascals shall received no en
couragement at our hands to continue
their plundering career.
The Washington i.i'ViVhi gives
a list of the number of newspapers
that support the President's Louisi
ana policy. I nt who can tell of the
growing army ol l.nion men all
through the United States that sus
tain it.' The ipiiet law-abiding.
Union-loving vot who pursue
their business and av but little.
iv.t unmindful of the great dan
ger that threatens the Government.
Every Southern State now in the
hands of the Democratic party, is
controlled by -x-( 'onfederates.
Every prominent politician in the
w" bis claims for tiomilor
favor uiion his im'l'ini wi in the
Southern army. The next Con
gress will contain more -.r-ivV.i
than L'niijii .' '.i'.-iv..'
The Democratic party is in control
of the House, and such men as John
Young I'.rown and McLean will con
trol it, and the leading committees
will be in the hands of such spirits.
Such facts as these are gradually
arousing the sober, reflecting men of
the country, who are not yet ready to
turn the Halls of Congress into a
rendezvous for ex -Con fed crate mili
tary aivl civil leaders. What do the
significant changes in the municipal
elections iu Pennsylvania mean?
What dues the closing of Republican
ranks mean throughout every State?
These things mean, that whatever may
be the demerits of Grant's adminis
tration, it is at least the rock against
which the turbulent White Leaguers
of Louisiana and the Vicksburg mur
derers will dash themselves to pieces.
The country knows that, the laws will
be enforced under Grant, and they
propose to sustain him in till legiti
mate steps in that direction.
A Mi:. Aioi sTisi; It. Mi Donald,
claiming to be a " Iiritish subject,"
has been awarded sl'.iT.OoO in "old la
the Iiritish and American Mixed
Commission for Cuttou destroyed dur
ing the war. In 10 lie went into
bankruptcy, and in his .schedule of
assets he reported his claim for this
cotton. It was considered worthless,
and at the assignee's sale all his as
sets were bid in for $20, by a friend
who afterwards presented them to
him. His creditors now propose to
try to set the bankruptcy proceedings
aside on account of irregularity.
These "Iiritish subject " war claims
ar-i nine times out of ten hun.bu"s.
It really begins to appear as if the
Louisiana question is in a fair way
for a satisfactory settlement satifae.
!torV to the 1
pie, if nd to the politi-
cit.'is. The better d:;ss
th:.t distracted State
of people in
11 he pleased
at anything which is honorable and
! ' ,, ,
1 " " "'! to tl.e
I (fl I si TCIIiii tl 1 I lIviIii 11 1,1. li I . . ...1 .1
'ii ii.ii Zt'U
'every material interest for years past,
! lint there is, a set of cormorants there
whose position in the .State depends
upon keeping up discord among the
people. These are the leaders of the
While Ingui! organization, whoso
highest ambition is to murder unpro.
tected negroes and white men who
vote contrary to their notions. Grant's
and Sheridan's policy toward these
murderer and assassins we cordially
endorse. Hemp is an indispensable
article in dealing with such charac
ters. It is a pity that it has not been
oftener brought into requisition. On
the other hand, there are meu who
aspire to leadership in the Republican
party in Louisiana, whose capacity
nor honesty justifies such aspirations.
Some of them ought to be in the pen
itentiary, while others might make
themselves useful as day laborers on
sugar plantations. If Louisiana pol
itics can be so manipulated as to re
tire these murderers, assassins, rob
bers and imbeciles into the shades of
private life, or incarcerate them in
the state prison, and bring the better
class of both political parties to the
front, it will be n consummation "de
voutly to be wished," and will give
hope for the future of the State.
Titrw.mv Wked lies written a
characteristic letter to the New York
Tri'jiiiif, in which he discusses the
extravagance of the present generation
in these words :
-There are 10,000 New York huties whose
co-IU'iit f, when in full dress, 10-t at leant
l.UoO each. Fifteen years ago the same
tiumher ot" fashionable ladies would hare
appeared adorned quite as attractively at
an average expense of $i!o0. Ten thousand
children under ten years of aye are now
ehiberaltly and fantastically arrayed at hii
expen-e from $100 to $1."I) each, while
children of wealthy citizeus, fifteen yeura
as;o. were simply but appropriately attired
at an expense of $'-!0or j'Jo ; and it is pain
ful to retlect that in consequence of this
lavish expenditure upon a class (hat never
earned a dollar, there are other tens of
thousands without employment and suffer
ing for fuel, food, and raiment; and last,
though not leat, are the millions of gold
sunk 1 v Americans who idle away both
th-ir litre and their montiy in Kurope.
Ireland is not nnw the only courtry de
moralized by absenteeism.
There is, no doubt, much truth in
this statement. If our people had
lived more economical since l.sfio,
there would have been less talk about
hard times in 18'.
Tim: bill introduced by Mr. Gibson
to establish county workhouses and
punish misdemeanor convicts by la
bor, possesses several good provisions.
It provides that county jails may be
.,,rln TT-rtl.-lirt., ooo nml tltnl oil f ni"
sons convicted of misdemeanors shall
be sent to such workhouse, unless
they can give security to pay the
costs of their prosecution, fine and
jailor's fees. Any county not having
a workhouse many contract with any
other county for the hire of its con
victs. The County Court may ap
point a Superintendent of the jail
and workhouse, or in default of such
appointment the jailor may be made
It provides for working the convicts
on any of the public roads, or alleys
or streets until they pay the full
amount charged against them by the
county for costs, fine and jailor's fees
The county is to pay the costs as
heretofore, but is to look to the labor
of its convicts for its recompense
Any prisoner in jail can give bail to
secure all fines and costs that may be
adjudged against him, and thus escape
hard labor. The bill provides that
the convicts shall be humanely treat
ed and safely kept by the Superin
tendent of the workhouse, who hhall
strictly account for all proceeds from
the labor of hired prisoners. The
bill seems to be carefully drawn, and
to meet all possible contingencies
Tl.e State has been feeding able
bodied men long enough without re
ceiving any equivalent. The disgrace
of confinement is no bar to crime in
their cases. They are lost to all self-
respect or sense of shame. Hut they
despise work, and any law that would
compel them to pay the penalty of
their otfenses by hard labor would de
ter them from crime sooner than any
thing else. We hope this bill, or one
similar to it, will become a law.
I hk Nashville correspondent of
the Covrur-Jonrmd takes this not
very hopeful view of the Tennessee
It 1 1 urius to i"ok h. if tiiere wus an or
K'iii.z- 'I conspiracy hero to ulteriy and fur
tv.-r luin ine credit f the Sitatei.f Tini;es'
s-ij ir ii aii ,-s bly be done. Low taia
te. i in. hi,, r pu La'.i m. lie: repeal of the
".''"t'. bw mean- the dr.vin t ' oni the
: i lie .,! all f reiiiO cnj.iW! hi. 1 the tuni
i....-i o: tiadu by reamiii ot l!,,: Were
mi: u-y i.i a.Jjouriiini lit uiieiely J.cre 11
K'lill be nmii.-y gavel t, the, h'u.te.
li.er.M tju ! I ior.8 in an a Ij ,urni:i!it.
. iiiih piTion oi nn- yen, a voice
mi-iiH at eaily morn through the key
I. on- of ii,mi--tie eliuiiil,i.H : "Mary
J .in , ui-t ii ami fix ilif Hie;" ami a
C .t Hi.. I clii-eiful eelm r i ..iikI h,
" I'll M-e ou il...lr..ili i llrsl, and then
I wiin'l, you old hru'e." huHi are the
e. lei' I-il liailuonieD of ilimiiMic life,
HANr AMI TIIK 1.W11M4NA X
fcKHVATIVt.M. The I'renl.lenl TrIU I hem Whnl Hr
Would llnvr Una A Uoirrnnr,
The Washington Republican, of the
23 rd, miy :
Messrs. Hurk, Zacuarymid Leonard,
the Comtervatlve committee from Lou
isiana In the interect of the proposed
compromise between the cniitendiiiK
factions In ihst Htate, called on the
President yesterday anil were intro
duced by Col. Casey, Collector of the
port of New Orleans. The President
received the committee very cordially,
auU listened patiently to their utaie
ment. The committee asked the
President whether In case they should
ai?ree to accept the Wheeler com fro
mine he (the President) would use his
influence to induce the Republican
party of Loulslaua to keep faith with
Its promises, they, at the same time,
frankly confessim? that Mr. Wheeler'B
proposition was not exactly what they
imuuht thev were entitled to.
In retilv. the President ntnteil tbxt
he could not take ntlicial cognizance of
the negotiations peiidiuif between the
i ii i -1 1 . 1 1 ii iC factions; hut that he
would lie very find to bear that the
ililUcultien which had for a Iuiik time
marred the peace and prosperity of
Louisiana nail l.eeu settled una liasis
to command the sucport of bm Ii of the
eonteiuliiii? factious. The President
urlher stated that he bad every con
fidence in the judgment of Mr. Wheel
er ; that lie whb eminently a fair man,
ami he had no doubt would do tlieui
full justice. During some further con
versation on the Louisiana question
the President remarked that. Had he
been Governor of the.S ale, he would,
at the first movement: of the instjhnr
dinates, ha-e arrested the ringle iders,
and turned them over to the courts;
and further, that he would have faith
fully executed the eenteniMs of the
emir's: that lie would never have con
sulted his opponents as to what course
lie Miould puisue, or us to w hat hj'
poiiitnienls lie should make.
1 o which iMaior lluike, the spokes
man of the delegation, replied: "Mr.
President, had you been Governor, the
troubles of which we now complain
would never have arisen." The Presi
dent acknowledged the compliment,
ami the delegation withdrew, (subse
quently the delegation hud an inter
view with Mr. vv heeler, and proposed
to compromise on the basis of bis
original proposition, slightly modi (ted
in accordance with their views. This
Mr. Wheeler declined to accept, giving
the delegation to understand Unit they
in u-t accept his original prooie-ition.
otherwise he would drop the matter.
After further consultation amonir
themselves, at a late hour las' night, it
is understood, the delegation have con-
eluded to accept Mr. Wheel. -i 's propo
sition, and the ma'ler will accordingly
be settled to-morrow.
There is no sort of doubt but what
proper measures w ill be taken to en-
toree the acceptance ot thin setilionent
by both of the contending fae ionsin
A W i-eon.-in man tee. ntly killed
Sixekunks in one dav. AHer inter
viewing the first oue lie been,me reek-
, a ,
The choioeat in tu w. r.d. Imtiyrt-
r prices LMTKe-t oiQiruin in
Amenta ptaDle rtiii dIphmm
everybody l'rhilr p. iDt in unl. y iricreainif-- Aetit
wunte i eve y wiji re ben ii.duci.-ier.r don't
wnt tiro tend f r Circular to Hi iikkt Wklls.
4 Ve-y Ht.. N. V., P. O Hot 1 7
4 IYMt I ISI.N44, heMp, O .od. Syntrmntic
j. . ah ipr.ons wno contemplate making con
tra t with i iw-i aper? fur the mi r ion ot a.lver
tuetu'nti', hMiM - n i i!5 eot t- tKo. P K-w-ell
', 41 Park Kow, Svvr York, Lt their
PAMPllLfcir-BiJuK mn!t rventrt edition).
conittmtr-x licit oi over zx"j new paper nd ev
innate?, vunwing the con AtiveriemenU tak
en f t leHmif i-aper iu man State at a ire-
mendou reduction irorn pu'lihea' rate. Gbt
Cr7'i A WEKI4 to Aircn s to ol an article
tp ' iJmlenhlr a four, pr.dits itniuei so. PackaKe
iree ah luithtit, ,n r ut; ..Marion unio.
tfQnnn m-nth to agents erj'ffre. Addrefin
: Co. Huch na , Mich
1C cfcOfil,er flt Term fre Addre
EEIv guaranteed to Mule ar d Pi male
A Kent in tti-ir i'tl.ty Oft- 'U II i Ni
try t. Particular 1-ree. P. (i. ILK
KHVA CO , AuifUfM. !.
GEO. P.R.WELL & CO.
cy t-T the reeptiuii oi auveriisement
or Amcnctn uwspaukk th most com
pieie esuiuiifomeni i the Kiel in (lie world, 6ix
tnousnu ewhaphrs urn kept reiruhrly :
fil-, open to iu pL-ction by custi .men. livery Ail
vrrlmiiu ut i take;, at the home iTice ol the
paper, without any aaiitiooal charite or cominn
.-ion. An advertiser, in ot-alii.K wiihihe Aunnrv.
is fave i trouble Hint corri'sjiouo'erUM miikicit one
contract m hi- ioi oi a uoten, a i undrt-u or a thou
anu. a niHikol eubij p ft . coot aomg lief
oi uon itapers. larirnn; cid uiationn, reiiKouti. toyri
culturat, cla-n. political, d iiy and country papers,
and all pubm-ati'ins whi li are -pt-eiaJy vaiuHble
to avUt-rr -i'ff.wnh otne intnrm tt't.ii iJiout pncei
i! rein m iter, i i any nn r;-g tu application.
I'ercoii! at a untanci wiTpimti., uiak-- contracts
tor MiiveriifciTiK in nriy twn tity. c.un'y. Mate or
lerr t -r i intj i u.t u Ma e. -r aty I'ortiou oi
ne ifoiiiiniou oi tiuidd. may mni a rone
tatfuierit t.r what they want. t jrihfr with i
copy of the AdrlHni ni they decir insert in
ed, and will receive information bj return mail
which will enlite them to .ie -ido whether to in
crease or reauce tne t.ruer ur men inlorma
tion there is no charge. U(der ara taken tor a
rinie paper as weii vtr a li t; lor
nt'tfle d l;lar ai read" y as Pr a larger sum.
ru..dioT.41 rAnt KUW, N. Y.
Strange but True !
TO uoundt each and ti no Quality. J.S cenu iir ti
lo need-, tl. tufc turuiuberyrowifrotn 2
to h trt onv and e il like a matte. 2) cenu per
paper, fvniitn Wnl- rmeion. Very supe
rior and k-:ps ptrfectly re4 and nrret through'
uui mtr irnurr- m j . per paper, nimeefrry
niiirriurivn, uun iii cu tivaiion . 'Av nriies
U ew ptr taper- J hu HiMlilali, Pud ;
fe I Uff anddei i uh ; 1 U t er paoer. Mmiii
no Hi nhbHK li a s weifh from 2ti to y
pi.un i- n ; undo aiusneet; I'J c(s p-r pai
i oiitieror s.imi. t n day earlier than
ai.y oi ti -r vane-y ; ecnP t er pa pur.
- z ii dm tie Ltr arreon (v,m-
in'-n land; uni"niei lor ftock or table ure;
tr ,vrt ' n mi upright rtalk vU pir paper, .'.0
cu i i-r pint. i iju rt.
4 II I t'- u-iii-u r zing" all summer and
ft-od toryO'r-! al w ntrr fi e tor poultry und t'a'
it ti tii'iTtt u to o n tirui th urea in corn
li bu bel- i ( r . f. on i o reit land. I ) . ti ie
P-il"-r 41 i-i-r pin .tl va i it quart. $10 p.r
Host: Hi.ffH i ha ol roo, of any va-
n-'y ih i urt-ba ur av at 1 lor "i ct, W
i T tl. 2i oi , for .
A i-o, poih o, bb i e an 1 other plants at low
td-Hn-' oe b n ad punt paid. Fend for
our jr ia lo u iivinir 1 1 lict. j n:t ions
and '(iniom.j )f,m t we uho kuvr yrotrn the
'"( Ad r',
f O J II K t.V h LKU AM PLAN I CO..
ia la'in, 'I con.
I.i Mr ciurrH uyn of u ; h-ir rar and
prodifri u- ei i I li':it tie- ndmiration of aH
b oaveth- o or U'.e 1 1 vi-u tutir eli braitd
gar Jts a tiall in ' iiJIwlin
XFAKI.Y AtA lIKrMForiKina'efrnm
huhgrton rfnd Torpidity of the Liver, and relir
io alwavi envionslv ouitht atter. If the liver t
Jleffvtnted in its a.tion, health in almost invaria
hiysjcurot, Want of action in the LiTer causes
ffradtirhr, Cimttipntinn, Jnundtrr, 'ni'n in the
Shovldrr, Cough, Chill, JHxxinr, Sour Momarh.
ttad Tnmte in the Mouth, Jiiiiou Attack, tulpi
tat ion of the Heart. Ihprtaion of Spirit, or the
Ww, and a hundred othe-dvmptomn. for which
KiniOKN' MVI K HH.IL4IOK is the
bet reinety tht ha ever bee discovered, Itaefa
mirfw, elTectually, and. boing a pimple vegetable
compound, en di no injury in any qunmitiee th t
it o ay be tnken. It harmtr in every way; it
has ben ucd for -IO yt-nm, and hundreds of
the pood and grrat Iroiu all parti if the country
will rt,uch for its bcitiR the purent and he it.
TH H SYMPTO.VSf Liver Complaintare un-epinc-sand
pain in the fide. Sometimes the
pain is iu the t-hotilder, and s iniitnin tor rhru
tna thai. Tue stomach is affected with tunf ap
petite and iekne", bowln in general coitire,
iti'iuetimcs alternatinn with lax. ihe had i
troubled with pain, and dull, hevy Pfiisation,
coniiderable io of memory, RccompatiinJ with
painful scnfintion ot having let undone some thiuit
which on (ilit to have been done. Often com
plaining of wtakn. d'hility, ai d low spirits.
Sometimes tvnny of the above pymptf ins attend
the disease, and at other tims vary few of them;
but the Liver is iteuerally t!ie orgau mo. t invol
ved. M A N l' I' ACT L' t K I (INLY BV
.1 ii. zru.iv .v
Dry .xls, &.c
have laid In a new mock
of M'TIM Hi uiitl bouirlit It
no L,4IV', that e rnn and lo
oiler THE CREATE ST BAR
CAINS Vr ollrr'Ml In Kliox
ville. e want lo well before
200 sl'Irs ofallprade.
500 ;0TS fall Ria.UM,
1000 I'ATI S of all tirade..
and ofler litem arcorilliici) .
wur mini. .t hlle MilrtN
iiml f'nr. iliinpr (iooiln ft n-r-
aii.v it compti'ie.
.lerrliaiii.i will find It to
tlielr liitei-t-Ni to give u a call.
F. H 1-ART & CO.
ilfidAwly (ppiMite Cowan. MoClune To.
K N OX V 1 L L 10, TEN X ES.S K I: ,
hhiii.khai.k and rktaii. ukalrr in
H ,,.I AtiKKT FOR
BUFFALO HCALE CO.'8 HCALE.S,
EXCKLSIOK HEMI-STEEI, PLOW-:.
EXCELSIOR STEAM PLOWS,
Ac. i. Ac.
n Chancery Court u t
IUrl. executor, 4c, tn. lienjamine Unit,
TUIS CASE IT APPEARING FROM THE
alienations in tbe bill which i sworn to, that
tdeleiidanti, Thenjiti llnrt is a reiiiient nf the
.iticfl'exna. and that the reiidence of John
Jart, one of the d fendhnte, is unknown, after
Jilligent inauiiy. It is therefore ordered bv ma
.hat publ cation be made lor four sucesiiive
woe. s in the Knoxrille Chronicle, a newspaper
pub if bed iu Knoxrille. Tennmce, notif. ing said
d.-fcndnu to appear bef.re the Clerk and Mater
at his office in tbe town of Jacksnoro'. Tonnersce,
on the brat Won -ay of June. H75. it Leinis the
iu3. ruio uy ni'ii prectiumK me next lenn ot said
court, and n e their answer or other dcrMn.n in
sai i bill, or the same will be taken as oonlisssd
ana set lor oeariuv ex-parte an to tnem.
February 6. IS 5 ii0w4t.
Chancery Sale of a Val
O. W. Mubry f ir the us? r.f 0. P. Temple va. W.
W.4A. W. Mori.ficld.
PURSUANT TO AN INI KRL0CUT0RY HE
k to - pronounced in the a-ore cause at. Iei)
tember term In. 4 ot the Chancry Court nt Knox-
Vl'ie, 1 rnil,; x win son at p DUO fn le to tliu high
..-Luio.n-r iu ir.uii 1. 1 ine court jiou.-n a.ior in
hnoxvino. on Setuidoy the Huh duy of March,
in. 5 at 11 o' rk t. h. tho trait of lHnd inonl inn-
et and dtcciitK'il in ihe pleuiirva lying in the
liith cu ii iii tri' t of Kn-.x county, adjoining the
iRmlt of J JI. Kirby. ,T. O. Mynatt. tSmith beiro.
etton,OJll and otherii, containing iout feu
Paid land will be sold on a rrndit nf iv mnili
and in bur of the equity of redeinption. Takiuf
from purcbuder. note bearing iutore.t Irum date.
reoruurr in.n, io..i.
ii4w4t M L. PATTERSON. C. A M
In Chancery Court at May
0. Alio I, BILL.
Archibald Mullens vs. John Robertson, William
W, Uii.be, lHacL, Davault, bamuel Croft aud
William II. Turlev.
IT APPEARING JR0M TIIK ALLEGATIONS
1 IS THE kill which is swo n to, that John
Robertson and William W, Uibbs are non-residents
ol the btate ot Tennessee, so that tha or
dinary process ol law can not be s, rved upon
them. It is therefore ordered that publication
be made for four suoressive weeks in the Knox-
vilie Chronicle, a newspaper published in tbe
city oi nnoxvine. not lying said delendanu.
John Roberuon and William W. tliliha in &,,i.r
on or before the rule duy next preceding toe
next iiirui oi me i.naocery uur' tor Luion coun-
i., io ne neia at me ' ourt Uoune in Mayoard
vine, on me mira .-uoiiUHy ol April, 1H75, to
pien. answer, or ollierwine make defense to
ooaii Uint ini's bill or ibe tame will be taken as
e'inii;st'U anu sut u,,wtt lor ui-armg extHHi, A
true o .pyoi metrlur. J. w. IIUA.N.-D.V,
i', Clerk and .Master,
Dissolution nf Partnership,
'PIIE.KIRM 0V CLARK A JOHNSON IS
C this day dp solved bv liiulual nnn.Mil I! I.
Clark being responsible lor all duht and aulbor-
ue.i to Uiuke all collections ot aoounis due tbe
oni nrin. i;. ,. ll.AKK,
Januury 7, 1875. W. H. Joilb0N.
The munufiiclure of Plows will beenntinued at
Ihe o1 I sui.d. near the K noxville and Ohio Kail
r,.id Ilepot bv the undersigned, bend for cir
cular anu reuuceii price list.
Prices Reduced to Suit the Times.
I'dlwtao CLARK A CO.
HOM n HKMI;i)Y
U'Hri'lllitiMl lint. tc Aiintln u In.vlk
pariiclt of Moruiiry, or any injurious
iiiuii'ini BuumiiniT, out in
CnntninliK thiM Koulh.rn HonU und Ilartx
whirh d all-wire I'roTiiliiDna hni piired in nonn
trinf where Llrer Uliniii mrtt prTi.il. ( mil
cur, all iir'ir rauMd by Vcrangmntl of Iht
gjtvrr ,,tii. fiinrr,..
lleful.te th Lirer and rTnt
SlMUOfTX I.IVtR liKni'LATOR, OR MKfl
JVIMB. Ii unin.-nUr Fimllj Mediolnti undby bln
iwj loruiiiiivuiBii rfion win nv many
an hour of ufTorinf and many a dollar in time
and doctor btllH.
Alter OTer Ji-orty laarn' trial U It Mill recairins
... ... H.MH.,iun, iTHiiunniiir in IU TlrtU
...... ..n """ " ... uvun, cnnracior ana TA-
iwnibilitT. hminin.nl iibrtioiuni oommtnd it
r Cfinmimption. lleadaohe. Pain in tha Shonl-
ucin, iii.iiivr, mmr nwmrn, naa lania in ui
mnulh, liilliom attack. Palpitation ( tba HearU
Pain in tha renioo of the Kidneja. dMixndanrr.
Floom and forebodipguf vil, all ol which are
tbe oflKprinx of a dipoaned Lirer
lIT.ni, r.l,l..ll J.t.!...-J I r
uauiiiinirut D.. Irl
qutnt hradnche. mou'h tfutej badly, poor appe
tite and Ionian coaled. you ae nutTerinc from
uirpiu nvor, ur Diiiouiriwn," and nothing will
oure you jo ipeedily and permnnenlly.
o.iihbuiiib innny m me fjinplom, attenit tbe
..... . , . .,ui ii.w ajivkk, uie
V'a or'",n m. V1" body, it (enenlly the ent o
.ur u,c. no. ii nui ncKiiiiiica in pme. great
eultcrim. wrelchfdno nnd lrntli will eniiue.
A.mArl w.fh .kia A M T I I HIT L' -ll -I .. .. i
. .... ,ijiuyi.n niUHIM lint
cliangciof wale-und fond rony he faced without
luiu'n mm ii . i vru bit i n J,,..,. .'
JA UN 1. ICK. M AUA."" "M 4 "
in tlin Clioapest, TutCbt and Bost Family
Medicino in the World I
Ilmi liu I'mriinmnr Prmnrnl KDIIIIIVN I I.
Xt.H ltHa i,l(IK ,,nr in our rnvrnvrd
tcr.iiri-v. in J'roj Murk: Stump, and Signalnr
vnbrukrn. A'nnr olhrr i Dctuiiim.
J. II. 7.F.II.IIV A- I'll,,
Macon, (la., and Philadelphia.
Valuable Real Estate.
)URSUA TO a deckee pronounced
,o.j uuunir oii.-iai term, no, ot tne
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tenu.. in the case
ol K. V. Iiesderick. Uuardisn. vs. 1 irne B. Ba
ker, I will sell, in front of tba eourt honse door
On satiirdsit, lln- lh tay of
March, !Ks5. let 11
O'clock, A. M.,
at public auction, to tbe hiehest hlHder. n nnrtion
of the real estate de-cribed in the ple.vlirirs. Ijhdi?
in ivnox county, lennossee, on tho south side o!
liol-ton River, about two miles from Knoxville,
and beins part of ihe tract of lund of which Ca
eb II. Hakor died a. iipl, to wit the truot of
wood land of 8!, acres lying norm of the Knox-
biue ana aaviervilie road, between tbe tracts ee
vel'.nging tu Isitbolla Stpher.son and Minerv.i
Journlinun ana 211 ncrts ntf of the wn.tprn nd nf
the 7Si aore tr ct ly ng on the ca-t side ol the
new ruaa iiua oil by the Couiuiisstoaers'
Two hundred and fifty dollars of the pur. hate
money will be reuuired nt enntirmnti n nf
aud the balance on a credit of one. two and three
ycirs. r quiring ot the purchiuier rotes with
se.'urity bearing iu'crr.i from date, and r.'Uining
a lien en the land us further security. Kebrunry.
175 , M. L, PATTiKSuN. 0. Ji ,Vi.
(lianctrj iouri, at Clinton. Teu-
JANUARY RULES. 1ST 5.
Original and amended Bill
W A Kirkpatrick. (iuardian. ie., vs. Naomi
Hannah Kukpalrick. Pbilinnre lireen Kirkpaf
rirk. Sallie Bell Kirkpatrick. frusan Anna Elif
Kirkpatrick and tlin Jesienia Kirkpatrick,
I T APPKAhINO TO THE MASTI R FROM
J '1 ii E alirgations ot the bill filed in tbis cause,
that ail ot the above named respondents are nun
residents of the btate of Tenn&ee, it is there
fore orderi-d that ponlication be m de in tho
Week. y Chronicle, a newpni-er publiahed..
Kn-.xville. Tennessee, f.r lour successive weeks,
notil ying said non-iesident detendan s to appear
be'ore our said rhancery Court at Clinton, on or
before the flirt Monday ol May next, ln7i, and
defei.d said bill, or the same will betaken as
oonlessed and set for hearing x parte.
t , . . w U WHirSON.CA. M
Jan. 14 1S75 jv.7i.4t
In the rhancery Court al Sevifr
Mary M. Creswell tb. J. M. Faga'a et alt.
T N THIS CASE IT APPEARING FROM TUB
A "Hi Javit of A. Cre well, ugent lor the cora
plaiuunt. taken and filed in thi. cause on the 'list
nay ol December, M'4. that Ab.-ahain Sellers and
wife. Calhariue Sellers, who are defendants in
the above ause, are non re idents. ro thut tho
ur inary process of law can not be served on
them, it is teer-fnre ordered by the Clerk and
Master, that pui.lication be made for four auc
cesive week, in the Knoxville IV eekly Chroniolo.
a n. wsnnper published in he City ol Knoxvillo,
Siate el Tennes-ee. notifying said non resident
defendants to appear at tbe oUice of tbe Clerk
and Ma'tor in the Court House at Sovierviilo,
Sevier County. State of Tennessee, on or bef. re
the first Monday of April. 1X75. and filo their an
swer or otherwise make deiense to s nd bill or the
same will be taken for eoufes ed and the causa aa
to thein set for bearing ex parte. A true copy.
This the 2d day of January A, I)., 1&7.V
ii21vr4t 1. P. (iASS. C. A M.
Chancery Court at
R. R. Besrden. Ex'r of Elixa D. Kneed, dou'd. vs.
Klir.il fneed Jones. Marerot AnUrew Jones, J.
A. Kasl. S. 11. Uosil, J. M. Buyd. L. C. fchep
ard and J. F. Sprague.
TT APPEARING FROM TIIK BILL WHICH
I is sworn to, that the defendnr.t J F Spraue
is a non-resident of the Mate ot Tennefsee. n ij
ordered th.tt the defendant above named appear
before theCharcery Court at Knoxville. fennt
ee. on tne third Monday in March nex. 1875,
and masa deiense to the bill filed in this Cause,
or tha same will ha taken for cynics el. This
notice will be published in the Knoxville Weekly
Chronicle for four conset-utive week
A true copy. A'ttst:
M. L. PATTERSON. C. 4 M..
By VY. A. Ualbxaith, d, c. u.
Iu the Chancery Court at Sevier
AMENDED AND SUPPLEMENTAL BILL OF
Mary Hojidon et al., vs John II. Caldwell et al.
IT APPEARING TO TUB CLERK AND MAS
1 TKR from the altera inns of complainant bill,
whi. h is sworn to, that ihe defendant John e).
McNutt. is a non r'lident so that tl.e ordinary
profess can not be servtd on him, it is tbtrelore
ordered thai publication be made fur four sue ea
sive weeks iu the Knoxville Wu- kly ui.roniele, a,
newspap r publirhed iu the City of Ki.oxiille,
r-taie ot rciincrt-ee, notifying said non res del t
delcndant In appear at tbe tlice o tho Clor. and
Ma-tcr et the Court House in hcierville on the
first Monthly of April pent and li'e his .n wer or
o bi-rwise ui-ike d. Ii-mo to said I. ill or tbe .ame
will b takt-n U9u.nili's.-e 1 and ibe ruu.o us to hun
si t lor hearing cxp irte. I Iii- the ;nh day of Feb
ruary. A ll. Is7i. A true cm y Attest :
.- ! PJ'AK-vC. A M.
A GREAT DISCOVERY.
lRYSIPELAS. ULCERS, OLD SOKES CA
Vj TARRII. Healed Breast. Felons aud all 'kin
dred diseases speedily and etloctually cured by
the use of a Vexetable Preparation. Prioe II
by mail. Batisfaclionguaranteed or the meiiey
refunded. Address, Rev. J. p CURTIS Mi
Biiring, Jefferson oounty, Tenn ilelerencee
given if desired, by those that ha boea ured.