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And Rebel Ventilator.
KtfOXVILLE, TENN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, .1865.
1 VOLUME II.
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By BROWNLOW, HAWS ft CO.
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THE OOXVILLE WHIG-
Knoxville, Tennessee, July 26, 1865.
To the Voters or the Second l ongres
CwipuieJ. vj the Countiu of Clalbc. ue, Campb-, 7,
Atuderau'i, &ott, Morqait litxi'ie, I Knor,
lloioil, Monroe, McMimi, Polk avl Bradlvj.
Iu womplianco with tli wishes of many
of my Fellow-Citiicus of the Second Con
gressional District, I take this occasion of
announcing myself a candidate to represent
you in the next Congress of the United
Ab the present juncture and the novel
and embarrasing condition of public affairs
j. ; Ti'iTi,-nul i-rwinpili iho. fiorvi-
UrliUUU ill uui itttiiv.....
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Cr5 OI Our Minuet UIIU Ul3l aixii trnf va
ercise of the very highest order of states
manship, I do not disguise the fact, that it
is Tvith extreme diffidence I consent, if the
people will, to serve them at a time and in
a. capacity requiring a far higher degree of
wisdom and experience than I possess.
None, however, if I should be so favored
by the confidence of the people, will bring
to the discharge of their official duties u
more untiring zeal and energy or a moro
sincere desire to promote the beb interests
cf the country.
I have been a citizen of your State Ibv a
period of more than fifty years, during a
great portion of which time I have, been ac
tively engaged in public life, and, to some
extent, interested in the leading political
and bocial movements of the day. The
peoplo in the past have favored me with
fositions cf honor and responsibility, and
refer to the history of nvy past life for ev
idence of the manner in which I have re
warded the public confidence.
My record for the last four years, during
the troublous times through which we have
passed, is well known, I presume, to most
of my fellow-citizens of the district, and re
quires but little comment from myself. I
am, I have ever been an unyielding friend
of the Union of States, and opposed to all
efforts and schemes to destroy their integri
ty. I . have labored ver since I attained
to man's estate, and especially during the
last several years, for the preservation of
the American Union and the perpetuation
of republican institutions. I have lamented
the perilous exigences which lately threat
ened the GoverBment. and hailed with un
measured gratification the recent happy and
glCriOVl vorraumirj" u vmi ...
rr-i 1 .i . .. l.. v.. c.,..
rles. inougn me reuemun hji wt.i sup
pressed and no armed resistance exists any
where within our borders, all our hopes are
not yet consummated we have other and
Jjevhaps mor embarrassing difficulties, be
bre u". Order must be brought out of eon
fafiion the National wounds must be heal
edthe rude measures of war must giro
place to the more refining and ameliorating j
offices cf peace. Laws must be conformed
to the changes in the social and political
condition of the country the country it
self cemented in ' a more perfect Union, v
and the Republic re-established on more en- j
during foundations than ever. Now that
the government has been rescued from the
terrible fate to which the rebellion, if suc
cessful, would have consigned it, it is neces
sary to see that the common prosperity and
the liberties of the people arc also preserved.
Every agency that will contribute to
these results is needed ; and it will become
3'0ur representatives to be active and vigi
lant and alive to the dt-tt'toj before us as a
people. As a Nation, we have illustrated
our military strength it is right and nec
essary that we now exhibit our political
wisdom. For this purpose if elected as your
representative, 1 will give my hearty sup
port to the conservative policy of the Gov
ernment as already foreshadowed in the
measures of President Johnson's admiuis-
tr-jfinn in Mia iTPJt? work rf TvwifVin.T the
-- - ' o i
""country and restoring it to its former ca
reer cf prosperity and happiness.
It will also be my desire and determina
tion to look well to the personal and pecu
niary interests of my constituents ; and to
do all within my power to secure to Uicm
the full measure of indemnity and "y
fensation to which thy maj be entitle. ,y
rason of the consumption of their provis
ions, and the use and destruction of their
property, by the armies cf the Union.
Large nunioers of the people have claims
against the Government, some of which are
Already decided but others are still unset
tled and undetermined, all of which will
require the active co-operation of their rep
resentatives to secure their allowance and
payment. These claims, as is supposed,
will amount in the aggregate, to no less a
sum than Two Million Dollars, and this to
citizens resident in a portion only, oi East
Tennessee. Every man, of course, has not
a claim against the Government, but ecerg
Kizn is interested that his neighbor who has
a claim, siiould get the money on it. You,
gentlemen, who I desire to represent, have
claims to a very large amount. Is there one
among you who would not feci the benefit
S)cf an appropriation by Congress lor this
purpose. If we except the worthy and ef-
-iant f!nnimUsifn'rot'tlm Roard cf Claims
perhaps no other man has interested him-
self more already than 1 have in regard to
thebC claims none feeh more anxious that
they should be paid. To this subject, as
well as to all measures looking to the wel
fare of our common country, as well as to
the more minute details of individual inter
ests, I will lend my faithful adherence and
support. Very JResectfully,
F. S. IlEISKELL
Scratch! Scratch!! Scratch!!!
"IF YOU WANT TO CURE THE ITCH,
DR. BRODIE'S CERATE! !
It ha oaver failed to core those itching disenttj of the skin.
To k bough, only of T. I. VAX GiLDES CO.,
p96tf "Old Druf Biort,' Gay sireet.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
TTAVING BID OFF CERTAIN PAKCZI8 OF
f 1 property at 8 Sheriff's sale in Knoxville, in stlf-tle-fae
and having raised my bids to the following figure;, I
. i r . m t tha Damp f,m-Mi
;.Cr thrm for sale at the name figure
The Revxo! It Farm 5,000 W
tS need weiling liouie..- 7,tw0 Ou
tucA dS& iiom Ufa oo
Tlaxtw k Temple will act us my antp. and for
,k Sriol named will turn over either or aU of ttc.se par
2i.Sr?SSi Either PM1 worth n'r1'' Jon.le.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY;
GOERAL INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
(X'c'r Ean t Building, KnoxcilU, Ttnn.
)EAL ESTATE BOUGHT, SOLD and
Al !Md; Bent, Netr and Account collected br)or 19
tLe vicinity, and ttroucb reliable correspondent, at anH jar
fh-fu'.lowiuj; pla- : S(hvu. Mempbia and Clattapt,
T'xn : Katcbrr, Vl.kburp. Jaikaon and Columbn. Mi.;
New urltan. La.; Mobile, Montgomery and UnntaTLill Ala.;
Acetinta, Atlaotji. Macon and Savannah, Ca.; Charlwtn and
Columbia, S. V. letter requiring ioMligcnca promptly an
werH, If pota?e etamp it incloaed. I
I tidtuMtd r'f'rencei m the principal rititi in th fnilea
nor'T. rlea-antlv aitoated in Knoaill. Itmuitcon-
tain at l.it tn room.
RENT OR LEASE
improved ram, itoa'.ed in
Tenn., aome of tbem baling
(iood building", and the brtt
MI.K A CO.
wral desirable, 'well
ninunt and Monroe counliue.
food rivr bottom land to work
print! of wafr in the world,
FOB LEASE OB BENT.
A FARM CONTAINING 200 ACRES
J- of firt quality of llfy land 50 acres now in clover,
itntdon Mosev Creek. Jefierton county, Tenn., and Bar
th Moesy ( reek irpot, on th taet Tennesaeo and Virginia
Bailroad. Tbo fencing of this farm ha been partially de
Btrovrd. Tarti'-o renting will be raid for rails, or an arrange
ment will be mud" for the u cf the. farm in thewayofim.
proTemenf-. j.'14-tf Apply to KILES & CO.
FARM FOB SALE,
TN THE BEAUTIFUL VALLEY OF
J-New Market, one and a half niilra west of I be town of few
Mark-t, Jefferson county, Tenn., containing 300 acres of Brtt
quality of Tennessee farming land. There are about liO acre
in a high state of cultivation, with a fine meadow of i- aees.
Iniproements a good dwelling house, emoke house, barn,
tables and crib-. One of the bt fpnug in East Tennwaee,
with a good rock .-pring house over it. The neighborhood is
nuxeeptionable commanding a view of the East Tennesse
and Virginia Railroad for miles. Will be fold Tery low for
caih, or time jriven to suit the convenience of purchaser.
jun..-14-tl MLES Jt CO.
ACRES OF LAND LYING UP-
e.U"xU on the waters of Ouion Creek, which Cow inti
the Colorado liver, in llays county, Texas. ThU land wa
locat'tl by Bartlett Simms, the best judge of land in Tela, for
a DK-mber of Austin' Colonv in 1j4. It is about 17 mile
from Austin, the Capital of the State, and near the stag road
between the State Capital and Sun Antonio. It is In every r
npect desirablr n ill be sold low, and the t-rm of payment
mad.- eay. jeU-tf XILE3 A CO.
FOR SA TXI.
ft OBTAINING ABOUT 1,000 ACRES
J about 000 acres iu cultivation. Tho land 1 what i
termed "Buckshot"' the very bet known f"r the culture of
cotton. It Is situated four miles from the Mississippi river,
and twelve miles above the mouth of the Arkansas river ac
kuowlc-dg d the best cotton region in the United States. There
is on the plantation good dwelling house of six rooms, with
fire place iu each good brick chimneys, cistern, kitchen, and
iwwarv ont-huildincs for a convenient family resident.
The quarters for work hands are of the best description cf
frame buildings double floors, galley to each bouse and brick
chimnev. smoke boue ana store rooms, cisterns, an owi
covered", and in addition a well of excellent water, with milk
hous-- attached. 1'otutoe house built in the host manner
largo frame cribs, shedded all round, etables in addition, with
an abundance of room for storing hay and fodder for 30 had
i-f horse or mule". Blacksmith's and Carpenters' shop, with
a qnantitj of tools, plows, scrapers, cultivators, 4c, Ac
enough to cultivate the place. A largo stock of hogs and cat
tle Fufficicnt to lurni-h the place with bacon, beef, milk and
butter. Apply to MLES A CO.,
juuell-tl Ocooc Bank Building.
FABM FOB SALE.
"1 OBTAINING 300 ACRES OF LAND
J about 140 acres cleared, under good fence, and in a high
itatc of cultivation 00 acres in clover and 15 acres of Timothy
meadow. Improvements A good brick dwelling house, smok
house, baru, stables and crib. A never-failing well, and a
bold spring of ccell-nt water, situated one mile from Mossy
Creek Depot, on East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad. Term
reaonabb cither ca'h or on time, as may suit purchaser.
Apply t. jeH-tf JJ-hl'P: .
" " No. 18. T
Mills! Mills!! Mills!!!
MKUCUAST FLOUR, COPS AXD SAWMILL
three runs of Burs two for Wheat and one for Oorn.
House and machinery of the bet description, with from
S"0 to TW acres of land, dwelling house?, Ac, situated in
BlouDt county. Half cash balauo on time it desired.
Vrmi,;.-!- t nnw Hankiua Uouxe. .
may .14 i f Bitia c tu.
MEMPHIS, IN' ARKANSAS!!
CEVERAL VALUABLE TRACTS OF USD front
Kj ingtipon and near to the Memphis and Little Kock
Kallroad, Road finished from Memphis to Madison on th
fct. Francis river. Also, several
Iu the leautifal town of Madison. Enquire at the Oeoee
Bankirj: liou?e. where map? may ht teen and fivi pamcu
lar had. my24ti J"
IS A 00.
Wanted to Bent.
SMALL DWELLING HOUSE, with
or 4 rooms furniahed or unfurnished furnished pre-
I..Juittin tr.n minilt.a Wr1k of Post OfBCO. ArrW tO
j, j1.tf MLES A CO
DWELLING HOUSE-GOOD SPEIN0.
VERY DESIRABLE PROPERTY" FOR
f sale in Knoxville. A good Dwelling Houe seven room
four with fire places large dry cellar. Beautiful situation,
with shrubbery, fruit trees, Ac. Kor full particulars, apply to
je7-U NLLES A CO., Ocoee Bank Building.
COTTAGE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
A NEATLY FINISHED HOUSE, with
seven rooms eligible situation excellent neighborhood
lot SI by W feet good cisterns. For full particular, apply
to j?l2if JiHlAE0-!
DAIRY FARM FOR RENT
l?OR A TERM OF Y'EARS Sitlaied
i one mile from Mossy Creek llepot, on the East Tennessee
and Virginia Railroad containing 260 acre of cleared land
nr,m in Clover and Timothv meadow. Land first quality.
Averaa-e yield, without manuring. Corn from 40 to SO, Wheat
from 15 to 20 bushels, and Hay 3 tons the acre. Good dwelling
house never-failicg well, and tock water in abundance. ioe
owner ii desirous of changing the above named place from a
stock -riling and grain farm to a Dairy r arm, ana oners anyone
understanding the business and who ean come well recommend
ed, highly advantageous arrangements. Would lease the whole
or give a competent manager an interest in proportion to th
capital furnished. pply to jJeMtf) MLE3 A CO.
BEAUTIFULLY SITUATED LOTS
TN KNOXVILLE Formerly owned
-A- and occupied by A
L. Maxwell, corner of Broad and
jyi-tf MLES A CO.
LIME! LIME!! LIME!!!
E WANT TO CONTRACT tor burn-
ING several thousand bu-hclc of Lime. Can furnish a
goo J location jyltt 1
FOR SALE OB BENT.
rpEN PIN ALLEY BUILT or Brick
l has been u d as the Government Eakery near th
market houe. jyti-tf NILES A CO.
FOR SALE VERY LOW
ONE HOUSE AND LOT Property
ell improved. House conuining tight rooms, with
wide paag'.- and high ceilings ood garden, cisterns, stable,
smoko hous--. Ac. withiu ten minutes walk oi uay street.
tu- small huu?e and lot two rooms and cellar.
Two vacant lot on Uav street l"J bv 1J0 feet each.
One bouse aud lot situated in Walker's addition to Knex-
illo j roims and kitihen. smoke house, garden, Ac.
One house and lot on State treet Walker's addition to
Viii" vacaut lot-iu W alker's addition mar to bo seen at
ouottVe. J1-tf NILES A CO
ORIENTAL VILLA with S3 Acred
of eicdkut f;irmiug land aijuiuiiig the corporate lim
its of Know ile. There is a fine creek, fed by never-failing
springs of pure water, meandering through the property eev
l t.i..l .nrin nii n marble ouarrv of the linest ouality on
the place. The ilia, with 10 or '.'O acres, will bo sold, or the i
who! - r-'t a- "lav K deMd. ror niriner particulars ai'pij
to " jU-tf NILES A CO.
FABM FOB SALE.
TN JEFFERSON COUNTY, TENN.,
X six miles from Pandiide, the connty ccat containing
about 'a"J acret-can U. advantageously sub-divided, making U
very desirable farmt all well timbered and finely watered.
There are -'veral cre ks nieanderiug through the property,
creating valuable seats for mills or manufactories one fall ot
;4 feet excellent spring" and orchard. Unexceptionable
riei uborhood convenient to churches and schools.
Ivl--tf ?1UL3 & tUi
WASTED, IN EXCHANGE FOR LAND,
A HOUSE AND LOT, IN OR NEAR
The house most be well situated and contain
I six or eight pood rooms, with necesaary ont-btulding. Any
one having uch property and willing to exchange it npon fair
tTrm. for Lnd in Blount county, Tenn., Arkansas or Texas,
nit make an equitable arrangement. ArB'T .
TN TIIE SUBURBS OF THE TOWN
-L of Dandridge, Tenn., w ith 30 acre of good farming land.
The situation is one of the beet in or around the town. The
dwellicg house contains six rooms and kitchen adjoining
good nuoke honse, barn and stablea, beautiful grounds, en
closed w ith rock wall, all in full view of the French Broad
river. Very desirable for a merchant or professional gentle
man. Payments easy. JeH-tf ML F.3 ft CO.
f. - : ' -" , -h ------ - - -- - - ' -
Opposite the Baptist Church,
KOXVII.I E, TE!5I..
HAS JU6I OPENED A HEW -STOCK Ol HAP.I).
WARE, ccorlstiBg of
CAPK ENTERS' TOOLS.
SHOEMAKERS' TOOL?-, j
AGRICDLTIRAL IMPLEMENTS, Sm.
My loch was bought eiuce the fall in gold, and will be
sold at Eastern prices.
ALL SIZES OF
7 by P to I by H.
"F1 Jk. It. 3VI 33
will be supplied with
AND ALL IMPLEMENTS
ia their line at manufacturer's price
I have just received a largo stock of
"Which 1 will sell at manufacturer prices, compris
ing th following valuable machines :
Buckeye Mower him. Reaper Com
bined, Buckeye Mower Senior,
Buckeye Mower Junior,
"Victor" Cane Mills, 2 sizes,
Cook's Copper Eraporator,
Western Corn ShcIIcr, 2 sizes,
Stanford's Straw Cutter,
Kentucky Cider Mills.
The farmers of Eat Tean&aee are offered a new
opportunity to obtain these machines at less Price
than they can be furnished nest season, as the Gov
cniment give FREE TRANSPORTATION.
Al-o. the choicest brands of CIGARS and SMOKINO
T0BAC09. Kentucky and Virginia CHEWINO TO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
FIVE BARRELS COAL OIL
in store and for ralc, at wholesale and re
tail. COAL OIL. 2,50 Ptll UALLOA.
Black Snake Grabs Scythes,
Dutch Graas Scythes,
Patent Snaths and Cradles.
NAIL) 20 COfTS PER POTXD.
Coal Oil 82,50 per Gallon.
iC, &c, Ac. ,
Dealers and Sutlers
Are requested to examine our block of Orocenee aud I
Suder'e supjjliea, which will be sold very low at whole-rule.
ttg" Kemember tho place,
Qay Street, next door to Adams' Ex
THE BIG HORN,
COMER OF QAY & CUMBERLAND 8TS.
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE lot op
(J Cooking Stove, Wooden and Willow ware. Chain Pump,'
Plain and Japanned Tinware, ail kind of House Purnithing
Goods, from a teaspoon to a cook store.
3f" All kind of repairing done.
N. B. A large lot of Tin Plate, Hheet Iron and Wire, for tale
to tbe trad. Tenn, cash. fitf W. 0.
McB. TlMONEY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
m it m
LARGE DEALER IN
MINTS. OttS AMD tm&MSHES,
Linseed Oil, Carbon Oil, White Lead, Zinc,
And PAINTS of every variety "and color.
A VARIETY OK
LlAjVIPS fe SHADES.
OUR STOCK OF
Chemicals and Medicines,
Kluid Extracts Herbs, Barks, Hoots, &c, &c.. &c,
TKUSSES! TRUSSES ! ! TRUSSES
FOOKET X5.1TXTrE3, WOTIO-
rtlatea, Pens, Pencils, Copy Books, Account uid Meuioraiiduui Books
Perfumery and Hair Oils, Hair Dyes, nnd Hair Restoratives.
Soaps and Toilet Articles.
We clim to be on the top round ot civilisation in these deptrtmenta. Our Glycerins, Honey.
and Shaving Soaps, are Fragrant, Emmolient. and perfectly delightful.
Spices ! Spices ! !
AT WHOLESALE AND RET AIL.
Family Lyes, Logwood, Ground,
Indigo, Logwood, Chipped.
Annato, Logwood. Extract,
Cud Bar. Fustics,
And suudrv others warranted the b.-t qunhu
Fine Wines, Brandies, Whisky, Gin and Schnapps,
For Medical and Sacramental purro-je-. Our tock i- old and pmv.
Pessaries, Glaaa and
Lancota, all kind,
Sterling & Beeves',
Bloom of Youth
Patent and Family Medicines.
Something to cure any of the thousand ills which Hesh heir to A larger variety of Remedies
selected on the basis of merit, cannot often be found in any one Drug More
Johnson s Rheumatic Compound is one Remedy among inuny others withy ot pamciJar notice.
lt acts on the Blood, which is now discovered to be in B!tumatim tbe source ol all tlw trouble It is
certainly eflecting sorne remarkable cures.
If a Remedy cure, we are not over nice to inquire whether it comes from Jew or bamarilau, Chris
tian or ouSXSn-whether it wear the balge of a patent vr tm it, l.ne,ge in a dlrect line
j I I Mil IUU X Q. Ul XTX.vaw
j The following list comprises h lew of the articles
Strickland fc Co. s.
Brown's and Cory's,
Tl, hT,v are ONLY A VERY FEW ITEMS tf our-large stock iu these departments,
i alo m ,bZS made from time to time of everything NEW and VALUABLE in our line.
restwctfullv solicit a share of the patronage of the people of Eat Tcnneee, a, we are deter
mined to SKr goods cheap. Coma and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Our Doctor Darro w will
be constantly in attendance. Prom his long experience ana uan, our customer, i. rwjr u t .
8criptions carefully compounded.
Tetter and Itch Ointment.
THY TLMONEY & CO.'S TETTER and
X ITCH OINTMENT Warranted to cure TetfcT, Barb's
Itch, and the Itch, in two days.
NO CURE, NO PAY.
Sold ly Timoney t Co., Wholesale and BeUil JrugsJaU, op
posite the Court Ilouse, Knoxville, Tenn., also by Kenned,
E. McB. TIMONEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
1TT1LL practice in tho Federal and Circuit Court of Ten
W neee. jul,a-tf
T t t
Trusses, Braces and tiupportera.
Kubber, Metalic, Glas byringei
of all kind".
Handkerchief E tracts
yight Blooming Careiu
und all kiiid
under thi3 head
Bristol s, &c., ore
Kenedy's, and others
all kinds for all diseaoes,
W. & II. Bxirlihardt,
511 21ain St., bet. Fifth and Sixth,
AND DEALERS IN
tS" Consignments solicited. novlo-tf
Scioud Judicial Circuit Jt.nrOB county, lennew.
B'-i. A. Bh?k', .l.f n'r of Tho4. A. HiO'irr, rfeiV, -. (.(!.
H. B'aribnnt, Jntnes S'J a" fhTi.
' IT APPEARING FROM thk Akhoamt
! i- of tivi plllf'.iW in thl that t!i cltn.lol. Gideon
11. Blackbiir! and Jaeor Sell, are Bon-rvwidwaH ot thi Stat.
; er o v,tld that ths ordinary proc's cannot I served upB
I tbm : It at OTdt4 that pablli at? N- maie fjf four uec
jiuvweka in Browinlow' W big, Botlfying asud d-f-ndaat t )
( appear the s 1 1 term of thciruit coirt for J S-roa ron
ty at DaairMg , oa th .i Monday of Anjust. lvto. thn and
; tt t to plual. tat me r or etoar t the aiut and i -maBd of tbr
i plaint C, or th- tame will iW'n f"r .-.r -d nd pn--'l'd
w.li x pi rv t- t hi.
. -. i. 1 1-rnN. i-'i.
, riurs X.'.. t . '. L'V : B mi. .to,-.-.'-
IT APPEARING FROM thk Aifihavit
; E ol pi iintifl a iic'M in llii nw that th- WuJiil arc
j on-res lent ef this M .t-, oi h r.'iii(l that the orllnary
) process aant w rrvd upon tiieia :- It U ord'red that publi
; cation t :naie lor f.mr ucce?ive eki iu Brownlow W hi j.
I notifying -aid d-fenuants to apear at the tievt term of thr cir
j cult ronrt'for J fT-:rsoi ccunty, at Iandridg4,oo the il Mun
J day f August, le6S, th"B and there to plead, amwer or d mir
10 v e suit, ana jf maoa oi rne PLainiiu, ur inn miur ih o- 1 ,,
kon for eotif' v d an I prow tb-l with ft parte,
pi .1 t. S. McCrisTH.tS.fi- rk.
Hurf T1,xU fTm. A. Vnl.'mll.
IT APPEARING FROM thk Afiidamt
X of th- plaintiB in this raus that tbe def- ndant i non
resident ef this .Stat?, or -o ab" onds that tie" oruiuary pro
cess canaot bo aerveti upon him : It i ordred that publication
! be male for Icur uciesive a as in orowniows v nig. nott
i f-in; said -trfr-ndaut to appear ;it the n'Vt terra of tbe circuit
court local erron ct unty. at l'andriuge. on lue -a .nonuay oi
Auu-t, IriS, then and there to plead, answer or demi r to the
nit aud dtmand of plaintiff, or the same will r taken f-r con
fessed aud proce.-d-d with ex parte,
pf S 9. S. MoCI ISTI'tN. I I lk.
J. 31. Q'i'ii!i rt. Bmj. '. I''iim..
X of the plain
EARING FROM the Affidavit
intiJTia this cause that the defendant is a non-
res dent of thi State, or so abaconda tlial tha ordinary pru-
ctsa cannot be served upon him : It is ordered that publication
to m de for four successive week in Brownlow Whig, notify
ing paid defendant to apK-ar at the neit term of tbe circuit
court for Jem moo connty, at liandridge, on tho i!d Monday of
August, IStio, then and there te plead, ansner or dmcr to the
suit an I demand of the plaintiff, or th same will be takn ft
Confe d and proceed-d with ex parte,
pf f S. S. McCFIsTKiS, ul-rW.
H .m. M. Brchinl
JL of the l:
APPEARING FROM the Affidavit
laiutifT in this cause that the uVfrutlauts are
non-resi'luta of this Statv, or so aboond that lh oriliuarj
j prot'esa caunot be aiTtid upon th m : It in orl rtJ that ruMi-
t'atiou vq made lor tour siKeesiine evas iu crowniow a nis
sotifjing said d'f-nJant, to art"" nit irrm of I ha cir
cuit court for Jefl'-rson county, at Dandridgi', on the '.'d Mon
day of August next, then and there to plead, uuawer or dvmiir
to tbe suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will be ta
Wen'fT cout'sxd and precwlo-i with e parte as to thrm.
; P 3 y. S. JKCTI-moN, 1. rk.
Bradi't'i d Jt Inman, for th u of Wm. Ihirrit, x. JvAn V.
TT APPEARING FROM thk Affidavit
Xof the plaintiff in thi came that tbe defendant is a non resident
of this State ,or so abscond or conceals himself that the ordinary
proceas cannot be serred upon him: It U ordered that publi
cation be made for four successiTe weeks In Brownlow' Whig,
notifying laid defendant to appear at the next term of the
Circuit Court for Jefferson county, at Dandridge, on the 2d
Monday of Aujust next, then and thereto plead, answer or de
mur to the suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will be
taken for confessed and proceeded with ex parte as to hiin.
rti !. S. M. CX IT1'J. fl-rk.
W. t T. Hiirrii ct. S. . i". J. Cvrbet.
TT APPEARING FROM thk Affidavit
X of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant are Don
residents of this State, or so abscond that the ordinary pro
cess cannot be served upon them : It ia ordered that publica
tion be made for four uccelve week In Brownlow' Whig,
notifying said defendant to appear at the next term of the
Circuit Court for Jefferson county, at Dandridge, oa the id
Monday of August, 1S63, then and there to plead, answer or de
mur to the uit and demand of plaintiff, or the lame will be ta
ken for confessed and proceeded with ex parte as to tbem.
Ff5 S. 8. McCUISTION, Clerk.
Jchi Horex zs.JetnE. Mocrc.
TT APPEARING FROM the Affidavit
J. of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant, is a
non-resident of thi State.or o abscond that the ordinary pro
cess cannot be served upon him : It is ordered that publication
be made for four successiTe weeks in Brownlow' Whig, notify
ing aid defendant to appear at tbe next Urn of tbe Circuit
Court for Jefferson county, at Dandridge, on the 2d Monday of
August, 1865, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the
suit and demand of plaintiff, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and proceeded with ex parte as hfcn.
pf5 S.S. McCCIliTION , Clerk.
Ed'itfi M'.t'j to. A.C. Pltimlee, Tennessee V. i'cr an!e $.
IT APPEARING FROM the Affidavit
L of the Dlaintiff In this cause that the defendants, A. C.
Flumlee and Tennessee D. fox, are non-residents of thi State,
or jo abscond that the ordinary process cannot be erved upon
them : It Is ordered that publication be made for four succeriv
wfoka in Brownlow' Whis. notifying a said defendants to ap
pear at the next term of the Circuit Court for Jefferson county,
at Dandridge, on the 'id Monday of August, 1S63, then and there
to plead, answer or demur to the suit and demand of plaintiff,
or the lame will be tak-?n for confessed and proceeded with ex
parw as to them. s. s. mcclibiu?.. ciera
I TT APPEARING FROM the Affidavit
: X at the Dlaintiff in this cause that tbe defendant is a non
1 resident of this State, or so absconds that the ordinary process
i cannot be served upon him : It is ordered that publication be
made for four uccesive week m urowniow nnig, nouiying
said defendant to appear at tbe next term of the Circuit Court
for Jefferson county, at Uanuriage, on uie .u nonuayoi .august,
1565, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the suit and
demand of plaintiff, or the same will be taken for confessed and
proceeded with ex pane as to mm.
tJ. S. McCUSTlON, Clerk.
b I. hl-Kkb-u, A-lmr )' Thumas A. Wittin, V. '
yon 11. BlvkbiM, Jvm't S' f ! efrn.
IT appearing; from the aftidmit of tho plaintiff in this -.iiutr
that th" defendants', ii. A. Blackburn and Jaiue- Nt-B, are
non-rfidents of this state, or so abscond r conceal tbvniselvrs
that the ordinary procoaa of law caunot be st-rvod upou them :
It Is ordiT'd that publication be made for f-.-ur raoewiuwwU
in Brownlow's V hig, notifying said defendants to appear at
tho next term of the circuit court for Jeffer-ou county, at Dau
dridRe, on tho M Monday of August nest, then and there to
plead answer or demur to tho suit aud deiuaud of the plaintiff
cr the tame will be taken for confessed and proceeded with ex
parte as to them. S. t. McCUSTIuN. Clerk.
jm,.r II'. ..el r-. 4kic: .Sox'tfir. AIU,i VHtt, Chriilry II if. J- ht
.S.tiiw', -I. i.Vti and ThvMtti (,ormi;a.
IT apix arin? from the arSJavit of the plaintiff in this cnu-e
that the defendants are non-residents of this state, or ho ab
scond or conceal themselves that tho ordinary proee-s of law
cannot be -erved npon them: It is ordered that publication I
made for four successive- weeks in Brownlow' hif,', notifying
aid defendants to appear at the next term of tho rireuit court
for Jeffereoa couutv, ut Dandridge, on tho ild Monday of Au
2Ut uext. then aud there to plead, answer or demur to th- out
and demand of tbe plaintiff, or the same will be taken for con
feared and r-roo-e-l" -I with ex parte as to tb- m.
pf i. S. S. JMJVISTION-, Cl-ak.
lt(.(-.., Fs.,:ut'j, -J J. II. f'if. ''',
JT apw .u iui; from tlaf atlidait of the plaintifls iu this uurf
that th" d.-f--uil. ut ii a uon-rMidrut of thi-4 Mato.or " al
acnuds that the ordinary lirocus cannot bo hvrved on him : It 19
ord.-rfd that public atiou Im mado lor four successive we-.ki in
neat term of this Court, at Daiidridg", on tho Ud Moudiiy of
.. . . . i I a. u ..f ..r H..mnr in thi- nl:iitit ill H de-
mand or tho amo will bo tak-n as eontesw d and prow-J-J
with t-a parte a t" him- MetTlsTION. i.-,k.
Jt 'i i l-'t' -i'mi''' ' 'I & ''" 'Iun u"l! rarmeafs I'-ijfv.
IT apr-Ciiriii fr-'iu th-- altidavit of th- plaintiff in tluacaii-.
that the def-:ndant-, Jes t. Moore and Klihu Moore, are
uon-rcsi-lents ot this Mate, or o abscond 1u.1t in-- orumary
proce-i cannot l-e --rved upon them : U i ordered that pub
i..i.,n hM.ln f..r f,iir auccesnno weeks in Browulow'a
Vhi" notifying -aid defendants to appear at the next term of
thisT'ourt, at Paudrid;:e, on the'Jd Monday of August next.
then and there to plead, answer or uemur 10 iut
.,r 11,.. in 1. will l- taken as conlessed and proceed'-j
with ex Va..i- " -M'''.'VITI0N. I- rk
I-; V' 'rv: J 'rjf. i'i'i', ., i(? H. fOfe-'f.
w r ...urm from th- aflidiit of the plaiutin in tbi- caue
I .u, .i..f..n.ini Thomaa Eians. Sr.. is a non-rwidi-nt
m mav a U - --------- t - ,
this -tat, or s- at s-on'ls that tho ordinary process cannot be
"rT"d upon hiiu : It is ord-red that publi- ation bo ma le f r
four' successive weeks in Browulow'a Whig, notiiyius said de
fendant to app-i-r at the neit t-rm of this Lourt, at Pau
dridse, on the lid Mouday of August neit, to plead, answer or
.1 !?, Yi th. ..i.intinr demand, or the same will betak-. u as
eonf"s-l aii-l rro. ,i itn ex pne as 10 dimi
Si. S. McC'Llr-fl'.'N, -1- rk.
MAhi Jlu.f, A-tus vf I Jforc-, Ao'd, lw l'r -' -v.
,f,id 2 hvr'ti? rtot?, Jr.
t .....lin- fr..ii, th- affidavit of the plaintiff in this ea-ire
I that the defendants arc non-residents of this Stat--, or
a'coii-J that th- or-liuarv process cannot oe rea upon iu- ui
i." ; r.r.iere.1 that ouMicatiuu be mad- for four su-c-s
eie weeks iu Brownlow s nig, uotifyiug -aid defendant to
appear at the n- it term of this Court, at I'andridije, th
Jd I )dav of Auguot next, to plead, answer or demur to the
..!;..,-."rl..mf,ml or tb ame will b-. tak-n as conf -! aul
irooe-i-I ith -x part- a- to them.
1 .. M. S. M.-CI ISTIOV ! rk.
1 1,1-i' -' Brim:,- e. H -Hf'-i-i '.
If alp aim from the aftid vit of th- plaintiff in tlii- -au:
that the defendant ia a nou-reaidout of this' State, or i
i... onHs thai the ordinary process cannot - serJ ap-n
. 1. Mrilenil ihat rublicatiou bo mado f-r tour -ui c
sivu weeks iu Browulow'a W hig, notify ins "id d-feu-iaiits to
appear at th-' ni-xt t- rmoiims i.umi,4i . ou... i-, ...
'd M-ndav of August n- xt, to plead, answer or demur to the
pluiuliU's de"uu I, or th - -ame will t- tak-n for confessed and
s. Mel t 1-T1'N, '
I I api eanm; from tho athda. it of the plaiutitt in thistause
.1..., tl... .iff, Ti.laiit is a iion-re-id- nis of this Stat-, oi so
absconds that Jl ho ordinary process cannot be served bi
plaiatiBs demaud, or th- sauje'uiti
proccvde.j witn ex parte as to him.
-I. M. !!-. c. A. P. M-tntHyiU.
IT appear. from the slid.vitof the plaiutin iu thi, eau
X that thd-fendaut w a n-u-r-sident of this Stat-- or ab
scouds that the ordinary process .-anuot bo serv-d udoii Lim
it is ordered that pobli-atio,, be mado f.r f.Tr T",, nt
wce, in Brownlow , tt h:,-, notifvii ail defendant to an Jttr
at the neat term of thia Court, at Dandridge, on til id
,T'J.K5- AU",,, n,LXt't0 P'"'1-or demur to the
plalntirr demand, or the rarno will betaken as eonfe-s-d and
proee-ded with ex parte as to him. "leso-u anu
ff '' S- McCTISTION, Clerk.
r"in'J Rhi r HV.i. L.
IT appeunng How th.) affidavit or the plaiutifl iu thia cause
that the defendant ia a, non-resident of this State, or so ab
sconds that the ordinary process cannot be served upoa him:
It is ordered that publication be made for four uccsiv
weeks in Brownlow' W hig, notifying said defendant to ap
pear at tho next term of this Court, at Dandridgo, on the 2d
Monday of August next, to plead, answer or demur to the de
mand of plaintiff, or the same will be takia as confessed and
proceeded with cx parte as to him.
pfa 8. S. McCCISTION, Clerk.
V-H Ecuai rs. Jee E. llje. t.
IT appearing from the affidavit of the plaintiff in thia cans
that the doiendauL is a non-resident of thi - 8tat, r ao
abscond that the or.linary process cannot be served npon
him : It i ordered that publication be mado for four ucces
sive week in Brownlow' Whig, notifying said defendant to
appear at the next term of this Court, at Dandridge, at tho 2d
Monday of August next, to plead, answer or demur to the de
mand Of Plaintiff, or the same Will he takes for eonfroaed and
proceeded with ex parte as to hirt.
him: It w or red tuai puf.iuauon u iu-j
-ive w-ekaialjrowulow s Wh;. notifying -anl ten-lauts to
IVn, .rat tl. . UtU vf li" Court, at taD.lri.lp-. ou tl.e
"?P" t ? " Ulead, aiisw-r -r d-iuiir t- the
M Mouda vl August mxt. , ,.te-.l nd
JJtn Seoul rs. C. !.
Ir apraria from the affidavit ef th plamUiI la thrs causa
that the i fondant u a Boa-reaidaut of thia Siala, ore
ab.orda (that the ordinary proeeaa canaot be K-rrad np
htm: It t ordered that pnblKation ba mad for four eaeee.
Hi. niVi in InilM'. .-in") .at aald d-raaat
appear at the Best tern of thia toart, at LaanJ, tba f
M ot of Anfiat Btt, t. plrad. anawar r a-au to IS da
man 1 of plajatifl, or th nsn wiil be tak. a a con nd
,rocr'l-d with fj patte as ti him.
rf i Mc-t I"JION, Ct-rk.
,..!.... I .tf Itmun. Vkl WirLw.lml
IT appearing fim the aff'i.taiit of the plainMfi" ui thia ia
that tb oVtaBdaata. Xaikirl Iaman and Matk ttiatkbura.
aie n"n-r"ld.-t of thH .'tat, or au a' 'OU I that thorltna-y
f,r.-, cannot be rv-J ep.'B lh--m : It o.derd that pflhi).
ta'i..n 1m ml" lor f.iur succea ek In Brownlcw Whig,
ii"tif mi- aid d. f- ndanti to appear at lti oeit term ef thi
Court, at ItandndR", ob the Jd Mondav of vngn.t aeat.to
plva I. aurwer or d. mur P tlie demand of the plaintil, or
tneaam- afllbatak n -r conf nJ pr-dJ with .
part a- I th'Di.
M. I fTI"N. Clerk
It T U, JeAa i.'e an4
If ..pp.aritif from lh" affidavit of tbi plaintiff in thiacatis
that tho defendants ar non-resideats of thia state, or
a--iHs tuat th" ordinary process cannot rs rrrtd upon
them: It is ordered that publication be made fcr four sn
fcive weeks in Brownlow', Whis, notifi in? said d"fndnt
to aptx-ar at lh, next term of thi Court, at I'jndriJff. on tn
id Monday of Ancust next, to plea 1, answer or demur 14 thai
demand of plaintifJ. or the same will b" takn a. eonf"sd nd
proe-ed- d w ith ex parte a, to tbem.
pi .- S. S. M--Ct'ITItN. Clerk
i7l"e .1. Njirr, t.f'J. M''ryr.:c.
IT app-atins; froai th" affidavit of th- plaintiff in thia ausw
tbatilieu- feuUK.it ia a non-waident of thi. S-jit, or rt
al-e"iids that th. ordinary proe-.s esnuot K- rvad ury o
h-.Di : I i ord.red that put.lieattCD be nivir for fonr snce
sivv wetks iu Brownlow's W bli, notifyug .aid defendant ta
app. ar at thj next term of this Court, at I'andri'.'g--. on th
'id Monday of Angust nnxt, to pleail, answer or demur to tho
demand of claintifl, or themmo will be tak-n for .ODt-.(f
and pr.N-ee.led with ex pajt , to him.
pf i Si. Met. t I'TI' iN, Cl-rk
.Ii'uwj H. Fwmtful' r. .If.xiiaifer liHw'.
IT i p-..iring from tht affidavit of the plaiuutf iu ttu raursT
that tho defendant Is a nou-resU-nt el this ntate, or so
absconds that the ordinary procert of law cannot b. served
uponbim: It is ordered that publication be made for four
successive weeks in Browulow'a Whig, notifying said defendant
to appear at the next term of this ourt, at Panirldja, en
the id Monday of August next, to plead, answer or demur
to the demand of plaintiff, or tha same will be taken as ecu.
feseed and proe""d-d with ex parte as to him.
pf j f?. .net 1 11 il, Clerk
.i.ks O T'tt'tturth r. Juhn H. lk.
Jl app-nring from the affidavit of the plaintiff iu thia taut
that lh" defendant is a uou-resi-b ut of tin Slat", or e
abs ends 'that the ordinary proeess canuot l-e served npoi
bim: It ia ordered that publication be mad- for four succes
sive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying i-aid d-fendant t
appear at tho next term of this Court, at Daudridge, on th
id Monday of August next, to plead, answer or d-mur to tb
demand of the plaintiff, or the same will b- tak-u a, confess"-!
and proceeded with ex pane as to hiin.
pr -n'-' t l-IIV?,' lerii.
H Jvrt Bun wa.-s c. iirvr.jt (...Hrf.iej.
IT appiariug from the affidavit ef the plaintiff in this taus
that tho defendant is a non-resident of this State, or
absconds that tbe ordinary process cannot be served upon
him: It is ord'red that puMi-ation bo mado for four su-
ei weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant t
appear at the next term of this Court, at DandrMge, ou the - I
Monday of August uxt, to plead, answer or demur to the de
mand of the plaintiff, cr th- samo will lie taken as coufesse-l
pfj s. s. .MciiJMiy.v, unrt.
T. Ihxrm r. H.n. P. fuin, Z,i--tri.i L. Bi'nwt, S-"?i'k
Lof!la.t, Litcilh Mii'it-e, Jr'K 6"-.h-o, .1. tratr'ord, Juc.
B-'ilJ'U", Jm.icj P. Clark, Jc-t F. T:-oli !! 11'. '.'. A'am.
JT appearing from tho affidavit of the plaintiff in this cans
that tho defendants are uou-residenta of this State, or
abscond that the onlinary proces of law cannot bo served up
on tbem : It is ordered that publication be mado for four suc
cessive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendants t-
appear at the next tejm of this Court, at paudridge, on the '.'d
ilouday ot August next, to plead, answer cr uemur to we u -mand
of plaintiif, or tho same will bo tak-n for confessed an I
proeeed-d with ex parte as to them.
julyU fw pfl S.j". McCl IsTION, t'ferk
Second Judicial Circuit Grainger couuiy, eunee-.
Richard M. Bishop vs. Thomas Hayea tt ah.
TT APPEARING FROM the Affidavit
1 of the plaintiff in thi cause that the defendant. Coalby
Hayes and Wm. Mill, have left the limit of this State, or
abscond that the the ordinary process of law cannot be served
upon them: It is ordered that publication be made for four
successive week in Brownlow'a Whig, notifyfng said defend
ants to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court for
Grainger county, at Kutledge, on the 4th Monday of August.
1965, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the suit and
demand of the piaintiff, or the same will be Uken as confesel
and proceeded with ex parte as to them,
pffi T1I0MAS LATHIM, Clerk
' Samuel A. Brook vs. Wm. M. lray, et als.
IT APPEARING FROM thf Aifidavu
of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendants, Wm. M.
Gray, James Long, and John Martin, have tied from the limits
of this Stale, or so abscond that tbe ordinary process cannot
be served upon tbem: It i ordered that publication be made for
four successive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said de
fendants to appear at tbe next term of the Circuit Courtjfor
Grainger county, at Rutledge, on the 4th Monday of August,
lscS, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the suit and
demand of tbe plaintiff, or the same will be taken as confessed
and proceeded with ex parte as to tbem.
pfo THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk.
ing partner, A-., ,s. T'ie"ias M.
IT APPEARING FROM thl Akhdavit
of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant so abscond t
or conceals himself that the ordinary process cannot be sert e-i
upon bim : It is ordered that publication be made for four suc
cessive weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant It
appear at the next term of the Circuit Court for Grainger
county, at Rutledge, on the 4th Monday of August, 1S46, Uiea
and there to plead, answer or demur to the suit and deman J
of the plaintiif, or the same will be taken as confessed and pro
ceeded with ex parte as to mm.
pf5 THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk
; arah A. Gilmore vs. Samuel Smith, et als.
TT APPEARING FROM tiik Afhdavic
I uf the plaintiff in this casuC that the defendants, Joseph M.
Smith, James West, Jr., Jasper Cotner, Thomas U.Smith and
Thomas B. Walker, have fled from this State, or so abicooi
or conceal themselves that ordinary process cannot be serve
upou them : It i( ordered that publication be made for four suc
cessive weeks In Brownlow's Wbig,notifying said defendant to
aoDear at the next term of wis Circuit Court for Grain iter
county, at Rutledge, ou the 4th Monday of August, 1S65, then
and there to plead, answer or demur to tne suit ana demand or
the plaintiff, or the same will be taken as confessed and pro
ceeded with ex parte.
pf5 litUM.iB LA lttAJl, Clerk.
W. Kasley, Jr., of th- Aim of k'asley A Co., one of the Admin
istrators of W. T. Tate, dee'd, and receiver of W.T.Tate A
Co., vs. Wm. B. Cunningham.
TT APPEARING FROM thkA.hdavit
I of the plaintiff in thia came that the defendant tut CcJ
from the limit of this State, or so absconds or conceal himself
thxt the ordinary processor law cannot be served npon him:
It ia ordered that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow's Whiz, notifying said defendant to appear
t the next term of the Circuit Court for Grainger county.
at Rutledge, on the 4th Monday of August, lsoo, then and
there to plead, answer or demur to the suit and demand of tb
plaintin, or the same will De taken a cot.iessed and proceede-1
with ex parte as to him.
pf5 TH0MA3 LATHIM, Clerk.
T. J. Jaruagiu, surviving partner, Ac , vs. Janus truck.
IT APPEARING FROM the Aiupavit
of the plaintiif in thi cause that the defendant ha Eed
from the limits of this State, cr so absconds or conceal
himself that the ordinary process canuot be served upoa
hiia: It is ordered that publication be made for four successive
week In Brownlow' Whig, notifying said defendant to appear
at the next term of the Circuit Court for Grainger county, at
Rutledge, on the 4th Monday of August, then and ther j
to plead, answer or demur to the suit and demand of the plain
tiff, or the same will be taken r confessed and proceeded with
exparte. pf THOMAS LA fHIM, Clerk.
David Branson vs. 8tephei: Atkins.
TT APPEARING FROM the A it i davit
I of the plaintiff In this cause that the defendant has Sei
beyond the limits of thia State, or so abscond or conceal i
himelf that the ordinary proces cannot be served upou him :
It i ordered that publication be mads for four (uccsasiv
weeks in Brownlow's Whig, notifying said defendant to ap
pear at the next term of the Circuit Court for Grainger county,
at Rutledge, on the 4th Monday of August, letU, then aud
there to plead, answer or demur to the uit and dsmand of th j
plaintiff, or the same will be taken as confessed and proceeded
with ex parte as to him.
pB THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk.
Maucy L. ipperson vs. Thomas J. Bull aud Leroy Colliu
IT APPEARING FROM thi Ahidavit
X of the plaintiff in this cause that the defendants have fie I
beyond the limit of this State, or so abscond or concept
themselves that the ordinary proceis of the law cannot b i
served npon them : It is ordered that publication bo mado.
for four successive weeks in Brownlow Whig, notifying said
defendants to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court for
Grainger county, at Rutledge, ou the 4tli Monday of August,
lS-5, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the suit an I
demand of the plaintin", or the aame will be taken as eoufesse I
and proceeded with ex parts as to them.
pfu THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk.
Easky t William vs. Stephen Atkina.
TT APPEARING FROM the AhilaMt
X or the plainUff In this cause that the defendant ha flei
?toni this State, so abscond or conceal himself that the ordi
nary process cannot be served upon him : It is ordered thai,
publication be made for four successive week in Brownlow'j
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the next term of
the Circnit Court for Grainger county, at Rutledge, on the 4th
Monday of August next, then and there to plead, answer or de
mur to the suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will bi
taken aa confessed and proceeded with ex parte as t- him.
f,f5 THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk.
Da id Branson vs. L.C. Grime.
IT APPEARING FROM Tns Autiuvir
X or the plaintiff in this cause that the defendant ha SeJ
from thi State, so absconds or conceals himself that the or
dinary process cannot be served upon him : It is ordered that
pablication be made for four successive weeks in Brownlow's
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear at the next term of
the Circuit Court for Grainger county, at Rutledge, on the 4th
Monday of Auguat next, then and there to plead, answer or de
mar to the suit and demand of the plaintiff, or the same will b-
erf nd i.r.x-eeded with ex parte as to him.
.-j, 1 THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk.
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Junj. s T. Uudsou, Adni'r of W. T. Ilu-..
John P. Mathis vs. A. II. McBte.
Lanty A. Beaielton vs. Carson Uankins.
M ni. T. Williams, for the use and benefit of Jamai Jchrscn,
v. William W. StringSetd.
J. C. Douglass, Adm'r of G. C. McBee, dee d, v. Noah Nance.
John Children vs. John Peck.
All Ac uloie cast art t for htaring ik 5th of AuMtt, ISoo.
"PHE PLAINTIFFS, ON AFFIDAVIT,
A- say the defendant ar Indebted to them, and o abscond
or conceal themselves that the ordinary process ef law cannot
be served npon them, having obtained original attachment
against tbe estates of defendants, madereturnahls before Joe
athan Larraace, a Justice of the Peace for Jtfferson county,
and tbe same having been levied on their property : It i or
dered by laid Juatiee that th defendants appear before Bin
at hi office in Nw Market, Tenn., the 5th day of Aognst, 1543.
or the lame will be proceeded with ex part. It I forthr or.
dered that thl notice be published fcr four weeks In Brownlow'
Whig jyli-p'SO JONATHAN LARBASCE, J. P.
WOO ACRES OE LAND FOR SALE.
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