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XEW GOODS! and NEW STORE!
J. 11. PACE & CO.,
JO. LYOVB. M. STERJf.
Lyons fc Stern,
Cay street, Opposite the Custom House.
Knoxville, Tcun., ! Deaderick Block, under Ramsey's Hall, Gay St., j .
HAVE just received nnd opened a new and KuoxvilIct ri'?iiii., '
Fpionaia mock or g"xis, consisting oi
PANTS AND VKSTS,
L:irsc variety uf
feOOTS A XI) SUOlvS,
If ATS A XI) CAPS.
KENT'S FUliXLSHIXi; GOODS
XOTIOXS. A-c Slv.
The Ladk will nnd a choice selection of Prints i J"',' T,!a; W'T;.1'
nT.'h,.ts V,;..,,l,;,.,. H, ni.. lVriMn I Crnkr'!' Candy, Lig
Vhtsd, Silk Plaid. 15!;.. Silk. Oriental Lustre, Scotch j alt""i v.rvthin.jr u-imlly
Plaid, all wool DcLairns. lVint.-d, Stiii d and Plaid I r,t,'''e ,n u"s "V"1?'' . . 1
Vhiilli, C5iam.rv, (tomlv, Lawn. Jaconet. Nain- , ""'Jtfully invito purchasers to examtneour
'took. vro-s-narnM lri!!.;iiits. wih-. i:mn; :tiid i ... : . 1,v,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
DR. JAMES ROD GERS.
Gay Street, North cf Cumberland,
HAS just returned from the Northern cities with
a ell selected stock of ,
Drus and IVEedicines,
whieff he offers to the public at remunerating prices.
i ARE 'now in receipt of a large and desirable stock of
Spring and Summer Goods, which they ofter to
! their old friends of Hawkins comity, and the public
j generally, coti.-i.-ting of u choice selection of Prints,
Ginghams, Oriental Lu.-tre, printed, striped and
plaid Challi. Organdies, Lawn--, Jaccontt. Nain- Patent Mai urines. EairactS.
jsook, Cns-hnrred Brilliants and Svvi,s Melius j Toilet and Fancy Articles,
iTTiT, "V" t,,r?,J' 1 i A choice varivtv and of the best manufacture. '
I iiim UIU ujinr, JaiHJ'I ill-", 1 I irtlj j.tiicu, uieacii U T i i. r . .. I
i ii... h i li ii - i ii . HU if v. lv. can ut' couMiucu liroiessioiiauv ai
and brown Domestics. Collars, Hosiery and Hoop ' , j i i1 i 3 ,
-i-.. ,,r 1 1 -i .1 i. . . . . the Drug Store during business hours, and at his'
Skirts. Keadv-made ( lothing. Boots and Shoo, i 3 . " v . T- . .
T . . . . ' i rcMilenoi Jiani street, hast knoxville. :it other I
i liats oi every style. Aotis. stattonerv, cVe. i, ,' . r '. v
J ' ' liours, when not professionally absent.
! ALSO ! r7V Prisiriniions m.-idn utiJ faith full w nun.
M. R May vs. F. iJ. Hurt!.
THE plaintiff, on affidavit, lays the defendant i
Indebted to him and so absconds that process canitf t
be served upon him, having obtained an origin!
attachment against the estate of tho defendan:.
made returnable before Jamei IJaker, a Justice f f
the Peace for JIcMinn county, and the eam havirij;
been leviel on his property: It U ordered ty
gaid Justice that the defendant appeabcfore li
at his oilice in Athens on the 14th day of Octol-.-next,
or it will be proceeded with cx parte. Jt '.n
further ordered that thi notice- he published Ut
four su-csi ve week iu tha Knoxville Whiij.
jj -It pi?5 JAS. BAKER, J. r.
Indigo, Madder, Soda. Alurn. pounded.
ars. Sardines, Rlaekimr. and j EiS""T The nnblic are invited to give him a call.
kc-pt in a Dry Goods i niay21-tf
iik Mantillas, Cli'th Duster and S.-u-ks,
Jaconet Kdiii. Tluvad and nn;.n Laces.
Tri in in ilia's Pie-M i- and Silk Glves. Ribbons mid
Utn. S!ipH.'r aud Gaiter Shoes, &c, e.
pMn.hii.-eii will 4' wt'll to give us a call. Prices
ikod grille. ni:iy-.'in
We feel assured that we can sell our iroods as low-
as thev can he bought in Kmc: villi, and will en
deavor to uive satisfaction to all.
ATTOKXKY AT LAW
A S It
United Stales Claim .Aaeiit.
A'xo.x i ii. l i:, rj:xxi:ssi:i;.
J. W. PATTERSON & CO.
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
liats, Caps, Cloth in;?, &-.
Gay tSlnrt, unt dour Xorih of iUe Post Office,
j'-'Ja-tf hWOXYU.U:. TEXX.
Leo Sc Co.,
Gay Street, KnoxviJie, Tennessee,
.Toll ii W
Collect iri'j promyJhj itf, .1,'l- fo in
('oui'fo.c of Eod 7 e ?'.- r.
st the Gov-
clkvted en the
l'ro.ecutes all kinds
Pension, iSoiin'.v, Pa!; l'av
lfriet:'ls of d ccusi.-d soMiers.
Government Vom iiers bought or
li cit t' Til'
li'f'dina! lainii corrected and
B.or loniire ari'i oroj eni li kcii.
AN , eelleets pay fur iie-roi.s enli.-td in the army
iil'.iilii to h.yal cili.eps.
l-i'h.-Ltf x reeord ..f the death of all Kat Tenne.
e soldiers, wh.j hayedit:d heloiiinjj to the I'nion
Lr.Mv. lie iiesires to -,.(. jd! por-oiis wlio uivw a
)iisi"!i at the l-ri'iiki'i-jf out of the r' beliioii who
uvi: been I-.y:il : when lie: soldier died luavile' a
. idow. s!u is entitled, if no widow, the children, if
'i cliie:i-en. uie jail'.'-:, ii no laincr, tne liionter. vVc.
he f . - in th:.- e!a- of eai-s is five dollars, and one
liar and lli'i v it nts lor each eortifleate.
He rc.'V-rs 1 1 (ieiieral V. P. Carter, Ir. P.rownlow.
Vioui-N John Wiiliains. John Baxter, O. P. T-.lii-
i. Samuel It. l!ii.l:;iT-, cud .1 uilire Jones.
)" Oltiee in BaM-nieiit .tory of the Court House,
N. M KWtN. W'.S. J. HOK.NSJIY.
R. N. McEWEN & CO.,
ITAVE JUST RKCKIVE1) AND OPEN ED,
tho North (Vrmt of Cowan & Dickinson's huild-
;. and next door t the News Depot, a wtdl selec
stock of "Oo.ls. i-oiisImiii; of
PAXCV AND STAPLE
111 GOODS, HATS, HOOTS AM) SIIOKS.
2ee, Soda, Pepper, Tea, Caudles, Elacking, Lc.
iMtention h re:
ich Cml race in
in thi citv.
Dry Goods and Groceries.
the CKOCKEKY AXI) (JLASSWAIfE,
Uools :ml ll
Ju-t received and for sale by
J. AV. PATTERSON & CO.
Gentlemen's Furnishing; Goods.
SHIRTS, (OI.I.A!!S .XI CRAVATS,
UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS,
Gloves a,ud Handkerchiefs,
Jtit received and for sale bv
ivs J. W. PATTERSON & CO.
AVE htst received and opened a larre and
well stletcd stock of DRV GOODS, consist-
; in:; in part ol Lawns, Musun-s, (in-'hams, Cham-
; brills, Calicoes, Poplins, Cambric, Jacconets, liril- '
j Hants, Balmorals, Iriih Linens, Jjluached and Brown
j Domestics, Collars, Hosiery, Gloves, etc., i.
i (rent's PurriisLinjj Goods, Roots and Shoes, Military
j A ND
' A lanre stock of Groceries, consisting of Coffee,
'Crushed and Rrown Suiar, Pepper. Spice, Indigo,
1 Madder, Alum. Sulphur, Starch. So:. s of a!I kinds,
' Candles, Ginger, Copperas, Oysters, Sardines, &.C.,
' which we aru selling as cheap as can be had in this
! market. Call and examine them.
apr'.Mf JOHN Y. LES fc CO.
KIOIIMOM) IIS'VESTED ! !
M. R. May vs. Willis Jjowry. '
THE plaintiff; oi aflidavit, says the defendant
indebted to him and so absconds that the ordinal t
jiro;ess of law cannot be served, upon him, havir.j;
obtained an original attachment against the estiit
of the defendant, made rctarnalle before Jamo
Baker, a Justiee of the Peace for McMinn county,
and the same having been levied on hii property:
It is ordered by said Justice that the defendant a" -pear
before him at his office in Athens on the J4th
day of October next, or it will be proceeded witc
ex parte. It is further ordered that this notice
published for four successive week" in the Knozvt-.U
jv'J-4tpf?5 JAS. RAKER, J. P.
just received and for sale 1
J. V. 1'ATTERSON & t:o. '
Reinforcements Arriving ! !
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
Clothing, Boot-, Shoes, Huts, Cap, Notions,
have (uiiM,!d into i-avt nerhi
in the practice of lav, in the Ci;
Courts at Rogcrvilb ;in,l in ju
Knoxville, in all cases in which
fained an 1 vvhii h niav be iikeu
Court from the Counties of Hawkiti
Grainier. Claiboi ne'Hiid Campbell.
Our partnership extends :.';-o to all cases, civil
or criminal, in v hieh we may l.n eiujMoyed in the
Feleral Court at Knoxville; and we will attend in
"aid Court to the collection of claims in auv county
-tilt and L li.uicery
Supreme Court at
they may he re
to said Supreme
in 1'.a1 Teune.-:ee, whera the claimant yr
to cntrtt '
.icct felly invi'ed to oar stock,
t of article? lund in dry svwds
i:v farm Little Nine Mile
OT FER for vi!
hk, in tne lower . t.ioui:'. couutv, contain-
MTiTi acr("j. of which f JJO are ch-ared. Aluui'.
acre are se in clovi r. Mo.-t of the fence, bave
in r-ct witiiui the i.iM i.vo orinne years. iJiere
I three dwclli;iir bruses, thr-e stronir tpritiTS, and
re.id;.' out of the State, and
them to our management.
The style of our firm is Nelson & Nethrrland.
John Neiherland will continue as heretofore, to J
attend the Circuit and Chancery Can ts in Grainger, j
Hancock, Chulurne and Campbell counties. j
THOS. A. R. NELSON,
J. NETII EKLAND. i
Iv nor ville. Tenn. j 1 1 - J v
THE tubcrihers have enti-rcd into jiartnership ! !
in t lie practice ot law in tne Circuit ami Chancery
Courts at Jonesboro', (ireciievilie. Dandride and
Knoxville, and 1m in the County. Circuit, Chance
ry and Supreme Courts at Knoxville, in all cases in
' Prints, La-ras. Hosiery,
Valise3, Satchels, Umbrella?,
: La'iies' and Gent' Collars,
Hoop Skirts, Balmorals,
Silk Miiitles, Portraits,
Caais, &c, &c, &c.
I? if T1hc wishing to get good bargains would
do well to call and examine our ttock jjcforo pur-cha-ini
S. GL'GGENHEIMER & niRSCII,
Ojipositi- Lamar House, Knoxville, Tenn.
JV O AV O C O Cl K
HEART & SPEiSBERGER'S,
Guy S'., one door South of Custom Houte,
WE have jut received and ojiencd a large, well
sidectel ami durable, stock of (JoikIs, consisting of
staple and ficy Dry Goods of every description and
piality, Re.idy-mail5 clothing, Ladies' and Gentle
men's furnishing good, Hats and Caps, Roots and
Shoes, Stationery, Notions, &c, &c.
Having long been residents of Kafit Tennessee,
and intending to remain here, we assure the people
that wc oiler as great inducements as any houso in
James M. Henderson vs. A. CahhceU.
THE jaintHr, ori affidavit. s::ys the defendant ;
indeltle-l to him and so absconds that the ordinary
process of law cannot be served upon bim, hutirg
obtained an original attachment against the estat
of the defendant, mcde returnable before James
ker, a Justice' of the Peace for McMinn county, i.r.!
the same having been levied on his property: It .
ordored by said Justice that the defendant appf-tr
before him at his office in Athens, on the 14th (Uv
of OcIoIkt next, o it will be pr.wecded with "r
pnrte. It is further ordered that this notice 1
published for four successive weeks in the Knoxou
jy:J-1tpf$5 JAS. DAK Eli, J. V.
M. P. May vs. Alph. Ccllwtil.
TIPE plaintiff, on affidavit, Si.ys the defendant I
indebted to him and so absconds that the ordinary
process of law cnr.rot le served uptn him, havirig
obtained an original attachment against the ertate
of the defendant, mad i returnable before Jamc
Bakcr.a Justice of the Peacefor McMinn coanty,arid
tie same having been lovied on his property : It i
ordered by said Justice that the defendant appear
before him at his office in Athens on the 7th day
of November next, or it will be proceeded will;
x parte. It is further ordered that this notice It
published for fout successive weeks i:i the Km-xvUic
jy'y-itpf?5 J AS. RAKER, J. Y.
e young ori liaru on tne place. .
and abundance of stable room.
Jiiere is alo a valuable water power
which we may be employed, taken to the Supreme
Court from either of tin; Courts ut. Jone-borone h.
Daiidridge, Greeueville or Knoxville. ' j the city. Call and sc? for yourselves,
.' . T. and J. M. L. -an. under the firm of Loin ! narge inaae lor snowing gooas
A: Logan, will attend to any causes which rnny be ; jell-tl
entrusted to their Management in the federal Court.
HEART & SPIKSI5ERGER.
And Thomas A. R. Nei.-ou will attend, individual
1 to any causes in which he may be employed in
the Sunreme Court at Knoxville. not embraced in
r.jll .'.1 Kir r j.t-.i.l. 1 1 1 1, tr r.ii 11 1 w lii.il. ...in 1 ..i ' i - 1 - t I i l v .111 1
..., .it .-j . . ............. -r. " , ns parinersmps w 1111 voi. ,101 n seiner ana, ana , 1, , , . .
... .. 1 1 1 .1 . ' . . . . ' , indebted to mm. nnd kd Hliscofifls that Drocejia cannot
M ..wra .fur'in I..irr4ii ' . c
William Kidd vs. J. C. Fagg
THE )laintiff, on affidavit, says the defendant is
1 on 10 a T.r.eei nv a race cut entin-iv n trie
without anv back water or dam to interfere
change of place, induced by a change of times.
my reason lor s'iirig.
.'5-4 1 THOS. SANDERSON.
IE uudersigned htivo just received a splendid
1 1 ATS AXI) (JAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, d-c.
The stvlu of our firm is Nelson. Logan & Logan.
THOS. A. R. NELSON,
SAM L T. LOGAN,
JOS. M. LOGAN.
Knoxville, Tenn. jell-ly
j New and Splendid Stock
j Spring I Summer Dry Goods!
j Eams "Wilds,
S(ro, Knoxtillo, Teiincsst,
' be served utx-n him, having obtained an original
i attachment against the estate of the defendant made
I returnable before Joseph Amhrister, a Justice of the
Peace f.r Rlount county, nnd the same having been
levicu on nis property: 11 isoracrca oy saiu .justice
that the defendant appear before him at hks office in
Maryville, on the 6U1 day of December next, or it
j will be proceeded with ex parte. It is further or
j dered that this notice bo published for four succes
sive weeks i-uth
RISTER, J. P.
J. N. Tedford vs. J. C. Fagg. .
,,.,,. , 1 , ' , . . THE plfdntiff, on affidavit, says the defendant is
II A h just received and opened a superior slock indeUea t0 hhll and E0 absconds that processcannot
1 and examine our stix'k and prices. "We
advantages equal to any, and do not intend to j
store is on the North side of Main street, one
ivest of Gay t-truut, and two doors East of the
Y. T. DOAVKLL & CO.
xville, April SO-tf
AT S. T. ATKIN's OLtt STORR HOUSE.)
Street, Kuoxvillc, Tennessee,
S received a nv tack of Clothinic, Dry
Ijooels, Notions, B00U and Shoes, while he
11 cheaper than gooils have been sold here of
SPKIXG AXD SU3IMER GOODS !
Consisting of Ladies' Dress Goods, Ready-Mado
Clothing of every varietyilats, Caps, Roots, Shoes,
Notions, tc., &c, all of which thv-.y will dipose. of
at a rcafonable profit. "e invite the public gener
ally to call and examine our stock before purc hasing
june4-tf EAMES & "WILDS.
O. 1?. Tli:XI?lL,Er, '
torney at IiaW,
.1 - O Flanders fc Co.,
(First Door above Exchange Bank, Main Street.)
OFFER FOR SALE,
i at the lowest Knoxville rates, a good and well se
lected stock of Viil GOODS.
Mens', Roys' and Children's Hat, at Cincinnati
liens', Boy's and Ladies Roots and Shoes.
Indigo, Alum, Madder, Logwood,
Stationery, Perfumeries, Cutlery, Boap and Hosiery,
aad Gwto' Furnishing Goodj.
be served upon him, having obtained an original
attachment against the estate of the defendant made
returnable before Joseph Amlrister, a Justice of the
Peace for Rlount county, and the same having been
levied on his property: It is ordered by said Justice
that the defendant appear. before him at his office in
Maryville ou the Cth day of December next, or it
will be proceeded with ex parte. It is further or
dered that this notice be published for four succes
sive weeks in the Knoxville Whig.
jy2C!-4t pf$5 JOS. AMBRISTER, J. P.
THE ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY
HAVING opened an office in Knoxville with
perfect connections by Railroad, are prepared
to forward Money and Express Packages, in charge
of Bpecial messengers, to all parts of tho United
ffS?" Money for soldiers will he forwarded at re
ADAMS' EXPRESS" COMPANY.
ap9-tf , N. E. Stroot, Agent
CONSTABLES' aod MAGISTRATES' blanks
for rale at this offioe.
M. R. May vs. J. N Stephens.
THE pluintitr, on affidavit, says the defendant i
indebted to Lim and so abscontLs that tha. ordinary
process of law cannot he served upon him. having
obtained an original attachment against the i-sta
of the defendant, made returnable before James Pi
ker, a Justice of the Peace for .McMinn county, and
the same having heen levied on his property: It
ordered by said Justice that the defendant appear
before him at his office in Athens, on the 20th day
of December next, or it will bo proceeded wit,
ex parte." It is further ordered that this notice t
published for foar successive weeks in tho KaoxviiU
jy'J-4tpf$5 JAS. BAKER, J. Y.
James 11. Donaldson vs. Uiiavi Hartsill.
THE plaintiff, on affidavit, rays the defendant
are indebted to him, and that they so abscond tbet
process cannot be served oa them, having obtainsd
an original attachment against the estate of the de
fendants, made returnable befors James Henry, a
Justice of the Peace for Blount county, and iin
same having boun levied or their property : It is or
dered by said Justice that the defendants appear be
fore him at his otliee in Louisville Cn the 28th ilay
of December next, or it will be proceeded with ei
parte. It is farther ordered that this notice be pub
lished for foir successive weeks in tho Knoxvitiv
iy2-4t pf?5 JAMES HENRY, J. P.
John W. Malcom vs. Stephens & Upton.
THE plaintilT, on affidavit, says the defendant '
indebted to him, and that he se abeconds that prtv
ccss cannot be served on him, having obtained an
original attachment against the estate of the defen
dant, made returnable before James Ilenry, a Jus
tice of tho Peace for Rlount county, and the sem1
having heen levied on his property: It is ordeTod
by said Justice that tho defendant appear beft je
him at his office in Louisvilla on the 28th day f.f
December next, or it will be proceeded with c
parte. It is further ordered that this notice be pub
lished for four consecutive weeks in the Knoxviil
Whig. -' ;
jy2-4t pf$5 JAMES HENRY, J. P.
A PEW days since my house, about five rnils
northwest of Loudon, Tenn., was entered in the day
time by three soldiers belonging to the command
stationed at Loudon, and robbed of between $300
and $500 in old bank money, and also two pocket
books containing notes and receipt of various per
sons the notes amounting to some $"2,000 or $2,600.
This is, therefore, to notify all persons not to trade
for any note executed to me or which I held at tho
time of said robbery among which was a note ex
ecuted to Aaron Cormney by Jesse Matlock for about
$300 and also to notify all person on whom I held
notes not to pay any or either of them except th
payment bo wade to myself.
.JOHN J. WEST.
Loudou Tenn, June 23d, '64. jy2-4t
ALL persons holding notes on Jesstj O. Walla,
of Maryville, with the Tate General Wallace's nass '"
as security, are requested to present them to me at
my office in Maryville as soon as possible.
jy23-2t THOS. BANDEBSOX,