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BOOS BUSDIHO.
Legal Advertisements.
Legal Advortiaements.
Knoxville, Tenn., August 8, 1868.
Abraham Lincoln.
Oh, tlow to tmita and swift to (pare.
lienUe, ud merciful, and jait !
Who in the fear of ud, did'rt b..r
The twoni of power a nation V ire i.
ta witsw by lb; bier we -laud.
Amid the awe that buebe? all.
And tpeak the anguish ot a Lud
That shook with horror at lb 7 fall
Iby Lak it June lit bond are tret
We bear theo to n honored (rave,
Who proudest nionumest (hall t t
The brukeu fetters ot tbe slave.
Tbu was thy lite ; its bloody cios
Ue'.b. place! ihee witb the wm ul light.
Among tl- noble host of tbote
M"u peri"l;..ii iu the caute of right.
The Demoralization or War.
Hit New York Sun comment o three
jflccts ol' the war the increase of the
number ol crimes of a violent character,
the increased number of sudden deaths, and
the iucreased number of suicides, which
have occurcd since the rebellion ended : "It
13 not strange, (the editor tuggestts) thut
there bhould be more crimen uf the most
violent kinds committed after the end of a
great war. This bad effects of war are al
ava sure to endure long after ib cloee ;
taa one of the worst of these 13 the dinre-
fard cf human life which familiarity with
loodsbed inspires in bad men. Scarcely a
day pauses on which accounts of mardcrb
Jo not appear among the telegrams to the
Associated Pre&b , our local reports teem
with them ; and those eo reported probably
form but a small proportion of the number
actually committed. Physicians predicted
that after the war uuddon deaths would be
come more numerous. The prediction hab
been realised in the caao of so many prom
inent citizens. The caubo of the increase
of Buch deaths id said to be tho mental ex
citement arising from the eventa of the
past bii yean;. The prevalence of suicide
in very remarkable, it ii undoubtedly due
in a great meausuro to the familiarity with
death arising from tho war, as well as to
the hardships of which it wab tho cause.
However, it seems strange that so brave a
atruggle should bo the cause of ho coward
!y a crime. Suicide is like giving up tho
tight. Wo are glad to see that there is a
growing sentiment to bo regard it, and that
the romance which was onee thrown around
it is being deservedly reprobated. The in
clination to regard suicides as insane is evi
dence of this."
The Legal Advertising.
W e call the attention of tbe various State and
County ofiiciais in Lust Teriuessee to the accowpa-1
'ijiug law in reference to legal publications. As 1
vill be weu, go publicatiou ur advertisement, Ji- ;
reeled or required by 1 w, is now valid unless it ftp- '
eara iu tho otikial j.iurnalp ot tbo State. Tbia in- '
laJes Chancery Salon, SheritJ's Sains, Marshal's ,
Sale,, Cousuble's Sales, Trustee .Sale, and ail Tax
.Salec, Guardian Notice!) and Settlements, iaecutor '
or Administrator's Notices, County Court Clerk's
Notice lnsi!Tn. Noliiw-:, Nou-reaident Notices,
Ytt&chuiont Notices, Dissolution of Partnership,
Sialanents rcqnlvtd Jruiii Luuriuux Companies, 1V0
ilua of nicctiiias required i.i Vhtrtera of Corpara
tuxls, vtc, etc. It includes eveky notice uevUIKED
by law, and every publication required by any
Court, from that ol' a Jujticeto the Supreme Court.
The law also cover all adverliiomcuu of ojjictrs in
thiir oricu.1 capacity.
Tho title obtained U property acquired at a a&le i
iligallT adxertisod, wljun required by law to bo ad- i
vortieed, i ot course, worthless. We call attention ;
to the fact that the K.voxvilll Whio is an official :
journal tor tb publication ot 6uch adverlijeaieiiuj, :
and thai it i the imj.iJ conot'lieiU a;ul uiddy e.'rcii- j
official papur iu tail Tnneue
Ah A-r to ri;ulatu tat' yabhcAticu 01 Ijal uuticoc.
il.TU' I B it u!. W j I'T thd U-ural Awnibly of tbe ;
MU of luuww, ILml it sball be tbe Jut; of tiie GoTornor,
apoa tbe paitaa of tbi s.t, ta dttigneU sucb Dewspsuers is
and every Cocgrouiocal District la tba btete, a la kie 1
jadfuitui tbe public iuuren aiaj rwjuire, is wbicb alt loJ
etlvertiMiDeoU re-jairdj by law to be uedo in a uewipaper
iball be pobhsbtd f-r evory couuty iu inch Cougretaiaual
District, aa mjolrtnl by law orders of publication, attach
ment end uon-retidtfUt notice, saiiji uf land by decrees, exe
cation, mortgagee, and for taxes, by sheriffs, clerks, and all
otber officers, together with ail other advertisement! required
by law to be made and nublished in a netrsDSDer. of whatever
Tatars, which newspaper shail be pricted and publisbsJ ia 1
b Cec(riisioual Iiistrict iu and for which tbsj sball be so I
designated : Provided, Tbat no such paper so deignated shall 1
tecoiae an official newspaper fur the publication of tbe legal '
advertising of any conuty or district for which it may be to
designated, onlese such appol-jtment shall be confirmed by
the Senate; and, provided further. That in any district where
a osrsan paper is puonsnej, and when the nnmbrr of popu
lation may justify it, such (Jermaa paper aiay be designated
Udtlionally.
Stc. 2. Be it further enacted. That all newspapers to desig
nated shall be the official newspapers for tbe county and the
OoDgresslonal Districts ia asd for which each newspapers
aiey be 10 designated, and :n which all tbe legal advertising
t such cocsty and dist'ict shall be made, aa required by
Uw ; and it shall be the Jjty of the editor or publisher of
sacb newspaper, upon tbe payment of the rnstert's fee, to
ale la tbe clerk's office, of tbe court baring Jurisdiction, bit
affidavit, with a printed t.vpy of such advertisement append
ed, together with bis receipt fcr the payment of the printer's
'. Pid by tbe party a'. bw instance or for whose benefit
snca advertijessoat cUa'.l have bm toade. be tUcJ u
other costs, which affidavit shall give tbe date of the paper
in which the advertisement appeared, and be lied and re- I
corded by tbe clerk a the legal evldeuceof the publication of ;
Jie tame, to be read, or a certified copy of the tame, iu aU '
courts of law and equity ; and any sucb publication made con- j
trary to the previsions of this act iu districts where newspa- I
per are so designated sball be nu -1 and of no effe.. 1
Br:. 3. He it further enacted, That the compensation ta j
the publishers ul the newspapers ia this act be tbe same a I
now provided by law fat similar servicee, and all laws and
part of law in ooufiict witb tbi act be and the seme are
hereby repealed.
nsc. e. Dm it further euaoted, Tbat In caee there 1 no pa- I
yw IU a WUHIT, lUtD MO in UUtt ( tM tU lgal
notices (hall be pnbliibed. in tbe moot convenient aud wide
ly circulated paper by and in eaid couuty designated bv tbe
Governor for tbe publication of legal notice.
dec. 6. be it further enated, Tbat this Act hall take eflect
thirty dyert-r its panage.
1'. S. Bicnaaitt,
bueaker of the House of Hepreeeutativee.
D. W. f. SiNTaa,
Speaker of tbe Senate.
raseed February 17, 1 Soft.
I certify that tbe above ie a true copy of the original now
new oa Ale in my office. A. J. Futchu,
Secretary of State.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
JOHN SCHERF & CO. ARE LSIPOKT
ISO Northern Lake Ice, and will do so during the Sum
mer aad Fall teeeon.
Parti living at any station ea the lUilroad between Chat
tanooga and Brutol, cat be sup lied daily by sending their
orders to th above named firm at Knoxville.
Tbe price will be ia accordance with what it costs us. aad
on th meet reesoriable term.
ang 4-tw tf JOHJJ SCHERF A CO.
EAST TEA ESS EE IJSITERSITY,
KaoxTille, Tent. etwee.
CLXTLETH YEAR. THOROUGHLY
J re-arganleed, with full corp. of Ins tractor. Cheapest
Institution of the kind ta the South, aeaeioa: commeooe
September 10th Head for eataforn.
mat M. WHITS, Secretary
Brownlow & Haws,
Book Binders
AMU
Blank Book
MAOTFA0TTJRBRS
EULEKS,
KAFACIXES TO OtDIS
Blank Books for Merchants, Rail
roads. Banks, Insurance Companies,
County Officers, &c.
LEDGERS, JOURNALb,
CAbH BOOKS, DAY BOOKS,
SALES BOOKS,
DOCKETS, RECORDS,
'-y vjaxiorn sjiaikiyati 'ijiiou
'ysooa aw ix inv xvj,
'gsoou ism;
JOB PRINTING.
TBI
KNOXVILLE WHIG
STEM
Job Printing
ESTABLISHMENT.
Printing ef every deticript'.ou doiie with
noatncbB aud dispatch.
BOOKS AND PASIPHLTS,.
CATOLOGUES, CII JCULAS,
BILL HEADS,
LEGAL FLANKS.
DRAFTS, CHECKS, CARDS, , ic., &c
JUNE, 1868.
FRESH ARRIVALS !
W. f. IKOLES.
T. B. JOUEOLMOK.
W. C. INGLES & CO.
bKXMMK to
fa. Jakm Eomiuu and McCLAJUBAa a Cauda,
IVO. -18 GAY STREET,
Knoxville, Tennessee,
A RE JUST IN RECEIPT OF A LARGE
XV stock of . .
NICW DRUGS
Patent Medicines,
Io which they with to call the attention of the Public. We
deal io all the popular Patent Medicines of the day,
ALSO,
Perfumeries, Soaps and other Article for
the Toilet, aa Hair Pomadei, Re
nders and Restoratives.
W. C. INULE3 a tw.
-b&oba.ck's Sitters,
QHEEJf'S OXYGENATED BITTEHS.
RED JACKET BITTERS,
And better than them all, the famous
GAIHEE' GOTTOH PLANT BCTTEE8,
which w confidently recjEjusnd to tbe public at tbe very
best tonic in ote.
W. C. INQLE8 t 00.
llways os liaiitl. a large stock of
WHITK LEAD and PAINTS IN OIL,
LINSEED OILS,
LARD OIL',
TANNER3 OIL,
And the very bett (juality cf
KR089f OB COAL OIL
Painters' Brnabea and Matarutla oi all
kinda.
W. C. IhLU a Ct.
lh very belt qoalitiot cf
LIQUORS, WINES ALE - PORTER,
For Msdiciatl Furpote. Alio,
l.'cngreM asd Saratoga Waters.
W. 0. INOLE3 A CO.
H e particularly invite tbe attention of Country Merchant
aud Physicians tumour stock, being aarared that we can -ell
them good at lower price than tbey have heretofore bought
them in the Northern and Eastern Markets.
W. C. INGLES & CO.,
june s-tf M Say street, Knoxville, Tenn.
Chills no More!
Dyspepsia bo More !
W. C. INGLES & CO.,
GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE,
Wholesale & Retail Druggists,
Agents for
COTTON PLANT , BITTERS.
The Great Medicine of the Daj!
i 'PHE PEOPLE OF OUR SECTION
' -JL tbe South have long felt the Heed and want of a lafe
aud certain remedy for tbe cure of Chills and Fever, Dyspep
sia, aud all ailments arising from a diaordered stomach. We
claim we have it in the Cotton Plant Bitter. It tonic al
terative aud autiseptio .quaiitie are of such a positive
nature no one can be deceived in It bappy effect. They are
a fine tonic, and a most delightful t average and appetiaer.
A single trial is all tbat we ask in.or fvr to make oar ameer
tion good In every particular.
Below we b eg leave to preeeot a fe w (of many thousands)
testimonial,, showing the beneficial working of tbi greet
medicine.
GAIAi: A. CO Sole JlfeuU,
lj WHIT! Uf ail Dr., tw Voax-
From the Field, Turf 1 tod Farm.
1 January loth, 13te.
OAlKt r COTTON riANrBlTTE.Tlb.-Of all tbe tonic
of more or lees excellence, to persist, mtly advertised in th
Paper, and posted oa wall, bridge, rock, and in (very con
ceivable rtace, wo know of none aud we profess to know
omotbisg; en tb subject to comiere with the fragrant
Cottas Plant Bitter. A as antifebrila, they should be need
In ail malarious countries ; asd tba abooter of Dip and
martb bird! tbould Bevu. fail to mala them a part of hi
cctmittarlat.
Office uf tbe Agent of the Iijoitablo lite Atnatauce Uoclety
it the V. a., 9u Broadway.
Niw Toaa, January 5tb, 181:8.
ill jaw. OiiKi) A Co., 15 Whitehall St.
Glht.i:"I I tak pleasure in stating, tbat for th past
six month I have used 0AINE8' COTTON PLANT BITTKBS
In my family, and bar found them to be of great assistance
in the care of ypeple, aad a a tcnic generally.
I sent a fsw case tr invalid friends in my nativ city,
(Charleston, 3. 0.,) and thty hava pronounced them to be aa
article that hat aatiattd them much ; aad I am atised that
aa sooa a tbi articl it tried in s lev more familie, your
salsi In tbe abort Stat will be s ry b)r)T.
Tour truly, Jiun L. Btam.
rioouvM, January 10, U6t.
MtiitJ. Csaruts A Co., 15 WbitsUall Bt. S . Y.
Daring tbe month cf July J we taken down with a se
vsr caa of Chill and Fever took quinine enough to kill
two men, all witb no eiect. At tbe earnest solicitation ef a
friend who had tried your Bitters. I bought six bottle of
them, asd commenced taking tkem a per directions, and be
fore I had takes one-half of them, my chill bad ait disap
peared. I am Bow taking then m tsnic. I can eonaciaa
tloutly rjom:sn J tlwm to domli they prof to do.
Hetpactfally, . Jxrrxaaati Wmrx.
- - -'
ax, Janisary lltb, 16S.
Sxssa. Manree A t.i.Ndw l(eira
arww We have tried yolor GAIN'iy CWTTON PLANT
BIITIRb in oar businv a ! juor Dealer, and find them
to give perfect atitfw.-tloa, olur customers preferring them
to any other. All pronouav them excellent. We tpecially
recommend them to the nottere of Hotel and Bar Keeper, and
all who deal in liquors. Undwood A Gaavta.
Boat, Ui January tb, lsb.
fatfsat). titlMLS A Co.
I have need GAINI J COTTON PLANT BITTXKa, aud
a m aatisned that thty are all they claim to be, and heartily
r tcommend them to all persun needing a tonic I conaider
t kem the vary bett bitters made, aad uae them iu prererepce
t tall others. O. ii. Black.
! iiVANr. AH, G.t., January atth, latia.
I I Iiaeiu,. aim.i A Co., U A IT Whitehall St., New York,
i lixxTLEXEM Allow me to thank you for tbe bottle of
I WAINE3' COTTON PLANT BITTKBS tbat accident threw
i a my way, a I assure yon tbey bare been the cause of more
oy in my family thaa anything of tbe kind ever introduced
into my houw. My tittle girl ba been for year afflicted
-with Chill and Fever,- rendering her very delicate indeed.
Physician after Pbyniciau, and medicine after medicine,
have been tried, and all to no purpote until your
magic COTTON PLANT BITTKBS were tried, which bat
worked a wonderful and permanent cure.
Louisa H. Joxdak.
W. C. INGLES & CO. Agents,
Knoxville, Tenneaaee.
April let lso but
CHAMBERLAIN & ALBEBS.
WH0LKSAU ASD BrTArt SKAUX8 IX
Drags and Medicines,
PAINTS, OILS AND DYESTUFFS,
TOILET ABTICLSS & PESFTJMEHIZS
Nos. 9 -asd 11, Gay Street,
General Agent lor Mr; Viaalow't Worm Candy,
jaa 19-tf '
CTANCEHY COTJET AT BTJTLEIJQE.
Saauul GUI vs. Williasa Uipshire aad other.
IN THIS CASE THE DEFENDANT,
JL DavM Hlpehire, being a Boa-teMent ef the State of Ten
nessee, ae appear from tbe bill : It ie ordered by the Clerk
aad tfaeter that publication be made for four successive
weeks in Brownlow Whig, notifying said non-resident de
fendant to appear before the Chancery Court at Eutledge, on
the 3d Monday ef October next, then and there to make hi
defence to eaid bill, or the eame will be taken fcr confessed
and set for bearing ex parte a to him. A copy of tbe order.
0. C. bHITH, C. M.
july 9-U pfo By J. W. VOX. V. C. M.
J. W. Parrott and wit 8, C. Farrutt, v. L.oiuel I. Jennings
Jt al.
TN THIS CASE TILE DEFENDANTS,
I Lemuel I. Jenainge aad Hiranaa Jennlan, being non
reaidenta of th State of Tennessee, a appear from the bill :
It ie ordered by tbe fork aud Master that publication be
mad for four tncceetivs woek in Brownlow' Whig, notify
ing eaid non .resident Jeleudaote to appear before the Chan
crry Court at Kutledge, uu tUe third Monday of October uext,
then at d there to make their ddfenco to aaid biM, or the amo
will be taken for coufeased aad set for heariug ex parte a to
tboui. A copy of tbe order.
C. C. SMITU, C. A M.
july Ml pD By J. W. YOB, D, C. M.
JEFFEBSOS OOUNTY COITKT.
JUIT TIKM, 1808.
1'LinlON TO btLL LAND Or ENOCH WHITLOOK.
Ii.LCI.ASUD.
William Whitlock, Aduiuistrator, vs. Juhn trenk, Catha
rine Frank hi wifi, et al.
T APPEARING TO THE COURT ihom
A tbe allegations of th petition filed in this cause, that th
defendant. Juhn Frank ai:d Catharine Frank, hi wife, th
belr of Jacks ou Whitlock, John Whitluck aud George Whit
lock, are non-resident of the Stat of Tennessee ; It ta there
fore ordered by the Cenrt that publication be made for four
uccewive weeks in Brownlow' Knoxville Whig, notify lug
aaid nun-resident defendant to aDoear before the I hairman
eonrt bonse in uandridge, T inoase, o the trst Monday or
September, 168, and answer or defend this petition, or the
i nncu wiu oe hmo ui bvcinim NIJ vak iui uwiax e (ww
..1 .tk iamvu u wimnf unu all-.!.
By ULNBY L. ANGUS, Deputy Clerk
of Jefferson County Court, Twu.
inly 23-4f
GRAINGER COUNTY COURT.
At lictledge. .
PLTITION TO FAETITION TBK IiANDU OF 1H03IA2
UALOMAN, DECEASED.
P. W . balomtn aud others, vb. William baloiuan au J othere.
TT APPEARING FROM THE ALLE-
A CATI0N8 of tht petition filed in tbi cause, that tho de
fendanta, Jesse Baloman, Jobn 4aloman, Beury Saloman,
6eorge Baloman, and tbe children and heirs at law of Jauie
Baloman, deceased, whose namee are unknown, are non-rei-dent
of th Ctate of Tennessee : Therefore, it is ordered by
tbe Oenrt tbat publication be made for four successive weeks
in Brownlow' knoxville Whig, notifying said ucn-reaideut
defendant to appear oa tbe 1st Monday of September, sni,
before the County Court ot Grainger county, at Kutledge,
and answer or defend this petition, or the same will be teksn
for confessed aad set for heariug ex parte a to them.
M. trOLDHAN. Clerk
Jnly g-tt By J. N. OOLDMAN, Deputy Clerk
CHANCERY COURT AT KNOXVILLE.
NOTICE TO '0N-HLSIDENT3
Lxchange and Deposit Bank, uf Knoxville, is. Wui. brnall
et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL,
Edward Small, Jo. fmall and Josiab Small, being non
residents, a stated in the bill : It is ordered that publication
be made for four successive weeks in the Knoxville Whig, no
tifying said defendant to appear before the Chancery Court
at Knoxville, on th nrt Monday of October uext, then aud
there to make defence to the bill, or the ame will be taken
fur confened aa to tbem and eet for bearing ex parte.
July -KJ-4t pfS D. A. DKADEKK'K, C. A M.
Auiase Both ts. Joseph Both et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, FRANK ROTH, MA-
BY BOTH, Dora P. Walker, Edward W. Walker, Lithe Walk
er and Frank B. Walker, being non-resident, aa stated in
tbe bill : It ia ordered tbat publication be made for four uc
cesive weeks in tbe Knoxville Whig, notifying said defend
ant to appear before the Chancery Court at Knoxville, ou
the first Monday of October next, then and there to makede
fenctto the bill, or the earn will be taken for confessed as to
tbem and et for bearing ex parte,
july :-4t pfo D. A. DKADEKICK, C. A M.
K. P. Bailey et al vs. John Jouea et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, J. W. J. N1LES,
Thome W. Hnmn and Leonida N. Walthall, being non-re-Menu,
aa stated in th bill: It ia ordered tbat publication be
made fur four successive weeks in tbe Knoxville Whig, noti
f7itMUe.ft)aeBBei ee appear before tbe Oaetncerj Court
at Knoxville, on the firat Monday of October next, then and
there to make defence to the bill, or the tarn will be taken
for confeeied at to tbem and set for hearing ex parte,
july 2i-tt D. A. DF.APKB1CK, C. A M.
John Baxter vs. Emory Iron and Coal Miniug Company.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL and
Edward Small, being nou-reaidonta, a stated in tbe bill : It
is ordered that publication be made fur four successive weeks
in the Knoxville Whig, notifyiug aaid defendant to appear
before tbe Chancery Court at Kuoxville, on the first Monday
of October next, then and there to make defeuce to the bill,
or tbe aam will be takaa for cout'etsed as tu tbem and eet for
hearing ex parte,
july Mt pfo D. A. DEADEBICK, C. A M.
Henry and Jobn Perot vt. Wm. bmall et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL, ED-
WABD SMALL, and Josiah Small, beiug noa-reeidentt, a
stated in th bill, aud Jama Baby, a stated in the Sheriff
return : It i ordered tbat publication be made for four suc
cessive weeks in tb Knoxville Whig, notifying taid defend
ant to appear before tbe Chancery Court at Knoxville, on
tbe first Monday of October next, then and there to make de
fence to the bill, or the rame will be taken for confessed as
to tbem and set for bearing ex parte,
july iS pi's D. A. DbAL'EBICK, C. & 31.
Hoover, wloiiC A Co., vs. Wm. Duiall t al
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL, LD-
WABD SMALL and Jo. Small, beiug non-resident, aa stated
In tb bill : It i ordered tbat publication be made for suc
cessive week in tbe Knoxville Whig, notifying said defend
ant to appear before tbe Chancery Court at Knoxville, uu
the first Monday of October next, then and there to make de
fence to tbe bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to
tbem and let for bearing ex parte,
july 2i-it pO D. A. DAADEKICK, t. A il
J. B. Bonneville vs. Victor U. Sturm et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL an
Edward Small, being non-reidul, as stated in tbe bill : It
i ordered tbat publication be made fur four successive week
In tb Knoxville Whig, notifying aaid non-resident to i
cerr before tbe Chancery Court at Knoxville, on the first
Monday of October next, then and there to make defence to
tbe bill, or tbe aam will t taken for confessed at to tbeui
and set for bearing ex parte.
julyC2-4tpf5 D. A. DEADXR10K, CAM.
O. F. Bill vs. Small, House A Cc.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL and
Edward Small, being nou-resi Joute, a stated in tht bill, and
Jam Baby, as shown in th Sheriff' return : It Is ordered
tbat publication be made for four tucceeairt weeks in the
Knoxville Whig, notifying aaid defendants to appear before
tba Chancery Court at Knoxville, en tbe first Monday of Oc
tober next, then and there to make defence to tht bill, or the
aam will be taken for confened at to tbem and t-i fur hear-
log ex parte.
jnly 22-
- pf?
D. A. DSACEHTCK, CSS
A. Ii. Max well vs. Thome H. Feame el al
THE DEFENDANTS, G. B. LAMAR a.d
W. H. Webb, being non-reaideutt, a stated ia tb bill : It ia
ordered that publication be made for four successive weeks
in the Knoxville Whig, notifying aaid defendant to appear
before tbe Chancery Court at Knoxville, oa tbe first Monday
or October next, then and tbore to make defencaito the bill, or
the aam will be taken for confeased a to them and set for
bearing; parte.
july 2-U Vfj D. A. DKADEKICK, C. A M.
Josiah Small vs. Wm. and Edward Small et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL aj.d
Edward Small being non-residents, aa stated In the bill, and
Jame Baby, a shown in the Sheriff's return in another canee
in thia Court : It ia ordered that publication be made for four
successive weeks in the Knoxville Whig, notifying said defend
ant to appear before the Chancery Court at Knoxville on
the first Monday of October next, then aad there to make de
fence to the bill, or thesame will be taken for confened aa tu
them and eet for hearing ex parte,
jnly Si-tt pis D. A. DEADEBICK, C. A M.
Wm. Smith et al. Ta. Wm. Small et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, WM. SMALL, Ed-
wau lain and Josiah Small, being non-residents, aa stated
in the bill, and Jame Baby, as shown by th Sheriff" return
in another cause in tbi Court, and Bale, of the firm of
Storm A Bale, aa shown by Sheriff! return from Hancock
county : It it ordered tbat Dublicatioa be made for four suc
cessive weeks in the Kaoxville Whig, notifying said defend
ant to appear oaiore tne unaacery court at KnoXTUle on
the unt Monday ef October next, than aad then to make de
fence to tbe bill, or the eame will be taken for confeased a
to them and eet for hearing ex parte,
july i-4t pf3 D. A.DEADEBICK.O.A M.
E. S. J affray A Co., va. V. H. Storm et al.
THE DEFENDANTS, W1L SMALL and
Edward Small, being eon-reeiderita. aa stated ia tbe bill : It
ia ordered that publication be mad for four saccseslvs weak
ia th Knexville Whig, Botifying aaid defendant to appear
before th Ohancery Court at Knoxville oa th Brat Monday
of October next, then and then to nak defence to the bill,
or th east will be takes far confeased at to tbem and let for
bearing es part.
jmy xx-w pia U. A. PKADAistlCK, C. at.
Chan eery Co ait at Tazewell.,
Theo. Bggaa, Adnuaiatrah r, Ac, is. I,. 8hulta et al.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
A that tbe defendant, 1. Bb ti, K. t. Norfleet, W. 8. Ker
lleet, W. H. Ihalta, H. J. 8ba ta, M. A. BhuKa aad L. K
Shultz, are eon-raeideot of the State of Tenneaaer, a show
in the bill : It i ordered that p hiioattoa be made ia Brewa
low't w big for fonr saceeasiv seks, autifying aaid deteao
ant to appear before the Chaac ary Uoort at Taxewell ot) the
id Monday of October next, the e to defend- eaid bill or the
am will be taken for cenfeeaed tad aet for bearing ex parte.
A copy or the order, jalya-tt' J. K. EVANd, CAM.
The. Rogan, Administrator, va. i . J. Baraad aud H. Kvane.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
-a. tbat tbe defendant, B J. Ban ad, ie a Bon-reaidrut of tbe
Slate of Tenneaaee, aa abowa in 1 he bill : It ie ordered that
publication be made(?or four net naive weuk ia Brownlow 't
Whig, notifying aaid defendant appear before tbe Cnaa
oery Court at Tate well on tbe neon d Monday of October next,
theu aud there to defend eaid bill, or th tame will be taken
for confessed and est for hearing e t parte ae to hiss. A copj
of tbe order. jolyd-tt-' J. It. EVAKs, 0. A M.
I Lieu. Kogau. Administrator, '. S. J. Barnad et al.
FN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
A that tbe defendant, 8. J. Barn i, i a non-resident of th
State of Tenueuee, a shown tu tb bill : It at ordered that
publication be made for fuur aucce. sive weeks in Brewulow't
Whig, notifying said defendant to appear before tbeCbaa
cery Court at TaLeweU on tbe tea oed Monday of October
next, then aud there to answer tab bill, or the same will be
taken as confened a to bim nd se for hearing ex parte. A
copy or the order. julj8-tl' J. K. EYAh'S, C. A M.
Jamee C. Hunt aud J. W. Bole vs. 1. m. A. Blackburn et ale.
TN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
X frum th allegation in th bill hat the defendant, Wil
liam A. Blackbaru, b a noa-retiden '. of tb SUM of Tense
see : It 1 ordered by me that put-Ik ttiua be made tor four
successive week in Brownlow' Wbt u nutityicg eid defend
ant to appear before the Chancery C Mtrt at Tearwell oa the
second Monday ot October next, tb 1 and there to defend
said kill, or the eame will be take a 1 confeased and set for
1 july e-tt p(5 'J. B.
K. EVANS. C. A M.
In Circuit Court Cocke County.
PETITION FOB MVOKCL.
Debby Audrewt v. Bjee Andrew
IN THIS CAUSE IT aiti;akimj ircm
the 9davit of the plaiuti ff tl at the defendant i a ass
retident : It is ordered that public illon be made for fmr etK -csiv
week in th Knoxvill Wiig, a n spacer pablitbw!
in Knoxville, Teumasee, requirin ; aaU defendant to appear
at th ntxt Term of tbe Circoit Court to be held for tbe
county of Co -ke, at tbe court hot ie in Newport, Tennessee,
on the tint Monday after the fot rtb Monday iu July, USS,
then and there to plead, answe- or demur to the petitlos
Alod, or the same will be taken f r eunfeaaec a to bint at 3
proceeded with ex parte. julj3-t' H. H. BAEK, lerk.
Circuit Court.
et" iM 'ILHC1M. CIRCUIT, GKAIGkli icLKtY,
TLN.NEeStE.
Uijry Kitt v I . I. Jeunnigs.
1 1 AFPEATING FROM THE Al FIDA-
JL Ylr of tWe plaintiff in this cause that the defendant i a
sos-resideut of tbi State -. It i ordered by tbe Court tbat
. publication be made for four stecessi-- weeks m Bruwnlww's
Whig, notifying aid defendant to appear at the uext Ters
I ef the Circuit Court for tiraini er cvunty, at Butledge, ea tbe
4th Monday ot August, 1463, then and there to plead, answer
or demur to the suit and deuaid of the plain tiff, or the aam
1 will be taken as confessed and proceeded with ex parte.
v " !-f pfo ruOMAA LATHIM, Ohwk.
Beu. Peck v. T. H. Dail.
TT APPEARING FROM THE AFFIDA
1 VIT of tbe plaintiff iu tbi cause tbat the defendant it
ooa-reeident of the State : It is ordered by me tbat publica
tion be made for four successive week in Brownlow' Whig,
notifying aaid defendant to appear at the Belt term t tba
Circuit Court for tirainger county, at Butledge, oa the tlb
Monday of August, lxie, then and there to plead, answer at
demur to th suit and demand of the plaintiff, or th earn
will be taken aa confeeeed and proceeded witb ex parte.
july S-tt pf5 THOMAS LATHIM, Clerk.
In Chancery BogersTlllee Tenn.
MAKCH TEEM, Isob.
Thirza Smith aud others, complainants, vt. James M. Horii,
Ueorge B. Powel and Bichard G. Fain, defendant.
T
HE HON. SETH J. W. LUCKY, Chan-
ctLLOk, havinz at the last Term of tbe Court of Cbaacery
bold at Kogeraville, appointed the andertigued Special Com
missioner to take the account ordered in this causa, at a for
mer term uf said Court, the undersigned will attend at tbe
ofbee of the Clerk and Mater of said Court, in KogertviH.
on Friday, the 31t of the present mouth for tbe eaid par
pose, when the aaid parties will attend with their teetimony;
and in case of tbe non-attendance of the partie. or either of
tbem, the nndereigiied will proceed to take aeiu account er
parte, and report accordingly. D. ALEXANDER,
July 8-4t Special Connalesioaer.
HANCjYOUBTBTQOE.-
Thonia A. K. Nelson et al., ta. John F. McQur et al.
IN THIS CASE THE DEFENDANT,
JL Johu F. HcCIure, King a non-rceidtnt of the State ol
Tennessee, as appears from the bill: It is ordered by the
Clerk and Maatcr that publication be made for four succeee
sive werksin Brownlow' Knovville Whig, notifying said no.
reaiuut defendant to appear before tbe Chancery Court at
Uutli.Je on the third Monday or October next, then end
there to make hi defence to aaid bill, or tb ama will be
taken for cobfeseed and set lor heariug exparte ae to bim:
A copy of tbe order. Teat : C. C. SMITH, C. a M.
aug a-lt plB By J. W. VOE, D. 0. A M.
CHANCERY COURTEYJRVILLE
INSOLVENT BILL.
J. H. CUwell, Administrator, vs. th heire and creditor u(
B. H. Hodson, deceased.
IN THIS CAUSE IT APPEARING
L from complainaut's hill that D. B, Joue aud wif E. J
Joue, Walter Steven aud Ebea Steven, re non-rttdnt
of tins state T It ts therefore ordered tUat publication, te
mate for four successive weeks in Brownlow' Knotvill
Whig, uotifyiug said non-resident defendant to appear at
the next Term of the Chancery Court, to be held at the court
bout in Sevierville, on theaecoad Monday of October neat,
to auswer the b'.'.l of complaint of John H Caldwell, adminis
trator cf tbe eetate of K. H. Hodaon, decoaeod, filed against
thes and others in said Court, or the aam will b taken for
confessed and aet fcr bearing a to them -r parte. It is a!c
ordered that tb creditcr of said B. 11. Hudson, decsssiid,
com forward and file their claim with tbe Clark aad Mat
hrproperly authenticated, and become partie defendant to
this suit. A copy of tbe order,
aug S-tt pfS M P. THoMAS, C. A M.
1 riTTtwrrpuv rv"TTtv T . trejTjrtTB fit
; JCLY BCLES. ldo.
M. M. Kiucaid and other is. B. F. Kiucaia aud ethera.
lROM THE ALLEGATIONS IN THE
A bill, whi:h Is sworn to, it appears tbat Jobn Kiucaid,
Jr., and B. I . Kincaid, are non-resident : It I ordered tbat
publication be made for lour successive weeks in Browalcw'
Knoxvill Whig, requiring said defendant to appear at tb
Chancery Court t be held at the court bona Iu Jacksboru',
on tb 3d Monday of October next, then and there to plead,
answer, isnswer to be filed by tb first Monday of October
next, by rule of this Court,) demur, or ctharwis make de
fense to said bill, or the tame will be taken for cou tested as
to them and aet for hearing ex parte.
ue;5-t pfo PiVir. HAKT. 0. A K
MA If BI LES, 1
Jauij t). Euiacs, Almiuiatrator, vs. A. B. Ltautej et alt
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT,
A and tb ShorifTi Beturn of Sulpora endorted th.ieos.
Amon and Andrew Oroes are not to be found," aad that
thsir residence it unknown and cannot be aecartained upon
diiligent tuqniry : 'It ie ot dated that uablltiw bt mad S
four successive week ia Brownlow' Knoxvill Whig, requi
ring taid defendant to appear at the Chancery Court to be
bald at the court house in Jacksboro', on the 3d Monday ot
October next, then and there to plead, autwer, (answer to be
Sled by th first Monday of October next, by rule uf th!
Court,) demur, or otherwia make defense to said bill, or th
same will be teken for confessed a to them aud aet for head
ing ex parte. ugl-4tpf5 DAVID HABT, C. A M.
JULY RILES, IsoU-BILL OF KKYIEW.
W 01. Cary et al., Administrators, vs. D. Hart et al.
LROM THE ALLEGATIONS IN THE
JL bill, which is sworn-to, it appear that Thomas Hart,
Joseph 0. Han, Susan E. Hart, Liz;! E. Hart, and Benjamin
Hart, are citizen et the State of Texae, A. T. Guthrie and
bis win M. B. Guthrie, (formerly M. B. Carey,) citizen vt
tb Stat of Missouri, and Sally Ana Hart, whoa residence
is unknown : It is therefore ordered by the Master, at Jnly
Rules, tbat publication be made for four successive weeks in
Brownlow' Knoxville Whig, requiring aaid defendant to
appear before tbe Chancery Court to be held at tho cwart
house in Jacktboro' oa th 3d Monday ef October next, then
and there to plead, auswer, (answer to be filed by the firat
Monday of October next, by rule of tbi Court,) demur, er
otherwia make defense to said bill, or th same will be takes
for confeseed rud set for hearing ex parte.
aug l-4t pfj DAVID HABT, CAW.
In Bankruptcy.
Lester District of Teane, .!
At Boexaavrui, the 29th day ef Jnly, It.
rTHE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY Grvs
A notice of hie appointment a Assignee ef Bobert P.
Hamilton, of Hawkins cewnty, and Stat ef Tenn, with
in taid District, who ha beea adjudged a bankrupt apoa hat
ewa petition by the District Court of said District.
inuxtaa aictianaiux a, aaaigBo.
Eastern District of Teanussit, a.
I hereby deaujaat the Pves esssl HereU aad AYsfiw
AaacmU BTu, of Kaoxville, ia aaid District, a th newspa
pers ia which tbe above aetio shall be published by the aaid
Thomas McDerxeott, Assignee af th tale ( 1, r. Haxtil
to, bankrupt aforaad, aceordiag ta law.
JOEL A. DEWET,
Begister ia Bankruplrv.
Dated at Dtndridgs, th 27tb day af Jaly, A. D. 1W

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