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THE EAST TENNESSEE UNION FLAG.
THE UNION FLAG,
.ro. ElMUtt CCISHAH.rajtor I't.pr.
jM m hrtj ttlick ion tut rarrj ft Fka F!a
ind lp ifrp (i tie Brisk Vf Ike Uakr
. JONESBOnOUGH. TENN.:
Friday, January 13, 1871.
I HE l.MOSf 1.A AM
Lnrgtr (irm1(Un (baa nuy other p
or In rpp-r Enf Tfniwawf.
If lU Fint Ctnesiibtal Dfctritl, lie Stile tf It
iww, inl tli hfoi Steffi.
,'LkT OUtt LAWS AXIl VCR IkiTITCTIOKR GVKAl
ifrfr cr wuits nek, km r bed mi-n, not or
LACK BEX, NOT OF HP AKT POBriKXIflX,
HUT LIKE "THK LAWS Of GOB-THE TEN COMUS'Ii
UKKta AKP TUK L0FS TfATlR LKT THEM
EAK tt IDE PROITK.'MIOBACE MATNAItD
NEW PI ULISUIVG AKR AXGE
, ME NT.
, At will be seen in our local depart
ment, new arraBgeaaenU hate been
.made in regard to the future pub
j lication of the Ylao. 3Ir. Hayes, who
j has become a joint partner in the officer
is a practical printer, nnd understands
f executing plaia and fancy printing
thoroughly. The large, amount of
J job printing which bat accumulated in
t'.e ohirc will now be disposed of. Im.
nrnvfnient will bp muff nln in tlm
I " - " vj ... ' -
I paper. Ve propose to print no " milk
and cider, half-and-half concern, but a
Ftrnight-out Republican newspaper, ad
advocating the straight Republican doc
triiib. We are satisfied that good citi
zens of all political parties havo and
) -v 111 continue to appreciate our cenrse,
and despise and detest the sycophant
who professes one thing ant1 acts out
another. Our partner, Mr. Hayes, is
not a drun!?n, besotted, unscrupulous
vagabond, but a sober, industrious rcn-
tie man, hence we enter wpon our new
career with every prospect of success.
i L n r, .... I . it. ., - . f 1 1 .
. "v hi"t(ivii: or u IVUklllunilie UI IIIU
liberal patronage hcictofore extended
-r-tc ns by the public,
X J '
I' KESIIHnTTlAlrOVV.lis OF
from the back of involuntary and un
just human slavery by the overseer'
lash ; and that looked without pity up
on the tears that fell in showers upon
the accursed slave-auction block. To
that original element of composition
was added a floating material composed
of a class of men from other parties or
factions whose philanthropy and patri
otism consisted of that peculiar filthy
lucre composed of corruption, dollars
and cents and dishonorable and dishon
The representative individual thus
formed Mr. Rebel Democracy dis
closed and developed bis'peculiar pow
er, animus, and virus in 1860-1-2-3-4
and 5. The first aggregate act was,
to fire the Southern heart and precipi
tate the Southern S.atcs into a cause
less and un'awful insurrection and re
bellion. The great mass of passive
minds were not allowed time for reflec
tion or retrograde steps, but were bur
rifd forward and fiercely onward into
f fields' reeking with fratricidal blood.
Then in the order of hellish sequence,
the gibbet and slow torture was inaugu
rated, in the form of Libby, IJell Isle,
and Tuscaloosa prisons, and Anderson
ville stockades, for the sacrifice of those
who betrayed a fearless derotion to the
cause of our National Union. Multi-
lied fields throughout the land were
rst drenched with human gore nitd
men converted into solemn cities Ot' the
dead. The dark weeds of inoiirnin"
cast their gloomy shadows in almost
every household; the foundations of
society were broken up; commerce and
trade were blasted with ruin ; the valu
able assets of State Itanks, and the
siilid funds set apart for the education
of the poor were invested in pale blue
s ckly Confederate Cotton Bond ; and
t ie country, especially the South, was
t trust down to the low and deep pits of
bankruptcy. Now, this same Mr.
Rebel Democracy, without any change,
c icept for the uorse, by its brooding
o cr defeat and feasting its insatiate
u aw upon the poisoned and poisonous
v rus of animosity, and malicious hate,
is an open and bloodthirsty candidate
fdr President and Vice President of the
United States. What it tiled to di
vide and destroy, it now proposes and
s;eks to rule and ruin.
We propose, in rrgnlar order, to
thow how it seeks, and, in fact, is now
operating to affect its more than trea
With the opening New Tear, we com
mence the canvass of 172; and pro
I cse to coi.tiiiue it, vigorously, until
the polls are closed one year from No
venibir. We arc nt an hour too soon
in commencing the fight, as it is not
ne of aggression but, strictly, of de
fence. Tac -P.ebil Democratic, or
more aptly rpe aking, the "Lost Cause"
candidate is not only openly in the
field but has been. for months past;
and although the special names havo
rot been hoisted on the banner of the
"titers and Itirs" for the fir.t and
crond offices in the gift of the peo
ple; yet, still, the candidate for public
micccis hat been declared to "wit, Mr,
Jltbe! democracy, and his campaign
I 'reparations havt all been made; his
programmes and designs have receiv
ed their finishing touches on the treas
onable trestle board; and the dark
work of execution has been commenc
ed. Of these progrummes and de
eigns we propose, from week to week,
to write, because they are at deadly en
mity with true Republicanism, and the
best interests of the liberal and en
lightened progress of the age. Such
in and will be their tendency, because
they arc In the iuterest of what was a
thvcholder't aristocracy ; and what is
now a miserable, contemptible, emera
ld aristocracy of tuti', nurtured and
fed by hatred and ill-will toward the
Rational Government; hostility to the
rightj and interest! of the humble and
poof of - the land; and a gangrene
love and greed for ruling place and
power with the object and design of
Wasting, cursing and blighting.
As we propose in this article, only,
to open the way for mor extended ac
tion on the flclJ, it will be necessary to
My toniething, in advance, touching
the character, past record and present
fctatits of Xi.Jlnn, Rebel Democracy.
Jle Is now a public candidate, and his
history and records arc public proper-tv-vlle,
corrupt, ami licentious though
iiif cnatteis be,
H It composed of the worst off
hooting, eflervcicenccs, and escren
dices of the old tnd once National Dc
mrrttlc pirtycinbuclng what, and
alt of that party which absorbed the
unction of State Rights, titillifirat'wm,
and llre-f aliiigism and entitled with,
greedy appetite and devouring sattnlc
joy, Mie fimf fron the ntrm blorl cut
C' in la; It e '.i n t v ;i c :i an
Washington, Jan. 7. E uly in the
Region SeuaUif Jlt)ito:i introduced a
lesi'lotioi) culling upon the President
for certain information regarding the
condition of tho .South. It is under
stood tlnttlie President has finished a
message to Congress in reply, and thru
the same will be sent to the Senate on
Monday. The message will be accom
panied by a mass of reports, documents
and facts, which arc in the bunds ot
the President. It U thought thnt a
resolution will bo introduced providing
for the pppoiutmcjit of a special com
mittee by Congress to investigate the
present condition of the '. itautberir
States and the frauds which are
charged ns having been committed in
the elections thtro. during the past
I)ultlc Tnidirey in Arkunanis.
Mkmi'iiis, Jan. 4. On the -'3d ult..
at Jucksonnort. Arkansas, a vmitli
t f '
named Stephens was arrested by con-
stable iliglitower for being drunk, ami
started to the jail. Mr. Wcstcrmim,
stepfather of Stephens, interceded for
the latter and otlcrcd to put up a for
feit. Iliglitower, evidently thinking
estcrmnn tlireateninc.struck him with
a loaded cane. Westerman drew
pistol and shot him through the body,
when Iliglitower sprung at hiin,grabbcd
the pistol, and shot him dead, and then
Hurrier mid Lynch Law itiAlu
Mi'Mrim, Jan. !. On Friday, nt
Itluntsville, Ala.,I.ewit Ketchum killed
F. DirgcsH with a knife. Kelt hum wa
arrested. The next night a body of dig'
raised men entered llio town, arrested
all the prominent men and putting a
guard over them, forced the jail, took
the prisoner (Kethcuin) s short distance
from the town, nnu shot nun.
THE GREAT TRAGEDIAN AT
Mk.Mrins, Jan, 4. Sunday night two
iron n g men, named rcott 1 l.itm r and
Will Talson. had u difficultv at Charles-
ton, Miss., during which the former
cut the throat of the Litter, sever
Ing llio junior, nnd thrn lied. Tlio
. l ! ..t I I I .
Aiicrin, wnn punsr n one iiunurcu mn
Is scoring tltu woous in March
We are indebted to our Mend Helms,
local editor and tpecial reporter, for
advance proof sheets of Mr. Forrest's
thrilling acting at lToxsie's Hall, in
the city of Knoxville. The " Reporter"
took what was said down in "thort
hand." We copy verbatim, ct spellatim,
et punctuatim :
HRADoCARTtm Srcs Pot ExrtDiTioit.
Montgomery Avenue, ChuttRoond-frv, Teaa
Jn. 5th. 1871.
I was at Knoxville at the great show !
1 he curtain opened at "J and the
door ra'ued at 8 o'clock aJzchily.
hoopIE ! uat sctt
wjah bixon ijcra ea jums
iwaddles ipiu sinast)
diindo.i mi blaizos mit dc
OxX's : tqrashuiu mit
limin tint duudoj squahbel
ripten dea hole in dcr sac
KUSyClNEtf der PVNT:
If f llSiuS foidwol ohfodojol
I,, iwnoat und utx) mpy sjombw
q! o o o hoonooly bum
Qj n3ey Doiio.f doond cl-iui
3T B2rT-3 eafgr-A-j
Curtain falls 1
' SCENK TL
Show now grows interesting !
j bungz pisnis'o.isoph ! !
HleRipADMEE ! ClBrXdHT !
III I f s
Here the curtain fill on the Second Act
amid GREAT excitement and
applause! alter which
Was een through a rent in the can
vass! A huge briny tear was in that
eye, which meant uai h i'''iniig
for the children of Know ille !"-0
Kew Ontiv, Jn. Ifl.-Orn J. It. VttH has
tit'n t'ctfri Unttrd Stulei Brnnlor on flrit
hsllol liy a Ih? mijoriiy. Urcut rfjolelnc
amonR Ontfrnor Vrmoth'i frUrli over tbli
TssfToy, Jan. 10. Tb Lc(lilMnrt or
(nlf't on tiftpig (hit Indieitti thi Ifrtmo
of tt Rnior rreliftiHuttt t9 t" L'o'tiid
Oiuuismnsruiu fl'ubnyhSiieod jdoeijhjC
Hern the curtain fell on the Inst Act
of the Orett Tragedian ! amid iipro
Hons, tremendous and PROLONG KD
CONFUSION ! like which nothing
has occurred since the falling of the
Tower of Ilabel 1
The Knoxville papers confsin copl.
ons details of the thrilling theatrical
performance, from which we make a
phew" extracts :
. From the Chronicle.
flijingO Foaresj ? oqmulgee wnitcut
Wennj upp jh ropcl mean tqrick soij
muz nevi wann to sea aiss l.tke ti'm ?
From the Preis tnd Herald. -
eeMilpjjins I Fowes didn'j sihopp?
Rjidgd ouiu nosds 1 )oo.saasie iss mt
Vrest bop shoaban?e oV joaaounino
how ? Shabby thryoij it wns-soitAtas !
From th W big.
flujn ijys skinn damn v'C'l'
or olerst Chattynoooooooooooda.i und
evverythynnS inn hit? dujrn tbee
Rink ! 'tint naAithiiii butj a swauunp
(mm joraist ? ycBS fisj letj himui
evvaj cuuim luu thiss stt-iy aSinn
jevvcJ Sit eoiij alyva ! 'Ainj jostio
no 1oav ! QO.wnn wjtij sjtan a stio ?
I om glad to say no disturbance oc
curred, except the little nfliiir of the
local editor of the Whig, who wiis
run into by a huge crocodile from this
Suck Pot. lie despatched him, how
ever, by running him from grocercc to
grocerii and breaking a coffin over the
amphibious nninVal's nead 1
Yours,- blooiirinfly, Hei, s.
tSS And thus endeth the first les
son THE EUROPEAN WAR.
London, Jan. !). Dispatches to the
evening of the 8th, report liourbaki ns
marching on Nancy and Del fort. .
The Prussians re-occupied Auxonne
The French entered Scinur. Tlio Prus
sians are generally withdrawing from
the northern departments. The French
marine infantry repulsed a Prussian do
tac limcnt n'ar Rugate.
Favre still awaits an invitation to the
The ulhans appeared under the wall
of Lille, ("rent destruction prevails in
Ami ns iu,d vicinity.
Faiilhcrbe oflicially said he thought
the PriLiam would not deny the
French victory this time, but he finds
the P. ussians bulletins for the second
time annihiliite 1 is army. Fuidberbe
proceeds to discuss the more glaring
inaccuracies of the Cennan ropurt.
TheFrenc, on the night of the 3d, oc
cupied the village they had con
qured and went into camp only on the
following morning. As to the pursuit
the only support of tin: cbiiu is that
on the morning of the 1th tvo squad
rons of cavalry charged the French
rearguard. One was annihilated and
the other wheeled off ami fled.
l.o.M)o Jan. !). Paiii advices to
the .'5d, say Trochii proclaims the ef
forts to destroy the union and confi
dence to which Paris owes its prolong
ed resistance, will fail. The army is
preparing to act and do its duty. No
dissensions exist among the members
of tin: (lovcnimcflt. Tlio (funeral com
manding' the fortications report sliglil
damage to suburban villages by the
bombardment. - The National ami Mo
bile guards are being incorporated with
the regular army, fur a more vigorous
LoMoN, Jan. !). The Fmich de
fenders of Havre arc retiring to St. l!o
mane as the Prussians advance. It is
reported the Prussians have been re
pulsed at Ralbrcnnd Rismarck ex
presses his reluctance to accept F. ;rl
Cram illo's decretal of the violation of
llAViii;. Jan. ft. den. Ray, defeat
ing ten thousand Prussians, mostly
from Ilouen, occupied Rourgachard and
li.iurgetliemhl, and threatens to drive
the Prussians from Point Ade mar.
London, Jan H The Timn' spe
cial from Versailles pays the American
consul was permitted to leave Paris und
lias in rived here.
The Prussian"" gniit could easily shell
the city severely. There was not much
Thi French redoubt at Notre Dame
and le Clutmirt were captured and the
gins t iriictl against the Frond'.
The Prussian loss is insignificant.
Ni:v York, Jan. '.t. -The Herald's spe
cial says on the Nth suspected Ifoua
partists were arrested in the depart
ment of the Saone and elsewhere, ami
will pro!) ib!y b'! court martin led. The
special adds that the reign of terror is
Piivate advices from Versailles ex
press the confidence that only Fort
Valerian will be a Uc to withstand tin;
RoitrK.u;x, Jan. 'J The Hermans
on Friday attacked the French position
at VilleChaube, Ville Poicher, St. (!yr
and Hurgault, and forced the French
lutes at Nciiville.
Subsequently llio French assuming
the offensive, recovered the positions
ami entered St. Armand. Tlio Prus
sians returned toward Vcudome,
leaving many wounded and prisoners
The Hermans re-occupied Lnfoiche and
tlircpten Norgent Le Patrron.
JiO.stioN, Jan. !. The Timrs' "spe
cial with Prince Fredrick Charles'iinny'
describes the fighting along the Loire,
in Forrest Vendomo ond at Montviere
on the fUli. He says the French rr
treated westward tlm Prussians' fol
lowing them, met with little resistance.
Vi;raii,Ii:s, Jan. 7. The fler
mans beyond Vendomo, encountered two
French corps. A ncvrro encounter
ensued. The Frence wero repulsed.
The Germans occupied Azary, Mont
viere and Intermediate villages.
VKRsAtM.ics, Jan 0 Fort De Isty
has been silenced
IjoMion, Jan. 7. The Government
assufes the Sublime Porte of Its fidelity
to the treaty of lftifi.
Ireni Xtw Orlennt.
New Orleans, Dec. 3Ut. Pro.
fessor Lr in, a well known optician,
was found dead In his bed st the t.
Charlf s Hotel ibis ncrnlng.
A Darhij; Expre us K obiter y'.
Albany, N. Y., January 7.-This
evening, just as the 8 :20 Boston train
started from the Union Depot, in this
city, across tho llud&n River bridge,
a man sprang into the American Ex
press car and shot the 'Express Messen
ger, Thomas A. Halpine, through the
neck and right eye, and right ear. The
robber then took the keys from the
messenger and opened the safe, from
which he abstracted $2,2j0 in bills.
He accomplished all this while cross
ing a bridge,. and arriving at Fast Al
bany, jumped off tlte train and made
his escape. The crime was not dis
covered until the train had stood at the
Fast Albany depot some minutes, w hen
the wounded messenger crawled to the
door of tho car and attracted attention,
lie was immediately taken to the City
Hospital, and notwithstanding his ter
rible wounds, was able to converse and
give an account of the robbery. Mr.
Halpine resides in this city. His re
covery is not considered possible.
The robber is descr'bed as being about
fire feet ten inches high, wearing a
moustache and goatee, and dressing
in chirk clothes, and lir.tl on a durk cap.
The detectives are on flic alert and the
early capture of the ro-bbfr and murder
er is hoped for.
THE .VtTH.t"s rl Ml ft Fit
( omit Joanne's l'xlrnorlin:iry
Seiisntimi and Discovery
wf the Miml? ret.
l'rom tlin Now VoiV finn.
Tim !nl IlitfcncH Hint the mti r fcrer of
Ki'nj miin Niitlinii tins been discovered, (tint
I lie uvwk'iicv nu tinsL him, though l irctim-
litiiti:il, is I'leur mi l convincing, n nl 1 tint lie
ig now nt llit tin nils ot L Kiillioriii?.-).
thou-h arrcslt d tor diffurent oH'ense, enn
lint he ri'ii'l wil limit n t drill of excitement by
even li e miM hII.cIic kik iiiirt'iluloui.. '
This discovery due tcjihe Fkill mid
lerniiuitlion of the well known couus- .r Hiid
Hilvucitlc, Count Juiiiitie. FollotvitiK ittep by
ilep, with K'iuiii kitlde pi-rjcreriiiii-e, it cine
thiit liml t.tllenK into In.) leirni", hp jcemi to
Imve entirely ck-nred tip the inystety. The
H8S b o finer'"! Mr. Nnilniii'9 ho'i?ej hnr
(;Ur, ("or the iiirinle ol' (dundrriii); it. Mr.
Nullum wm niilei'i. The noise of the intru
der it okc him. Supposing it to be one ol
bin sons, be unid, ' llui tiinn it it 'yon V
The were bin Mitt word.. The roliber nt
once heennio n murderer, linking tha old
iuhii dun I willi tlit iron flop, or, ns h c tiled
it, the "rnni." Mr. N-'tlnn whs killed in or
fithul the Imrglsr 111 h t not bo dt'tected, nr
f.it d und punished. Th llow whs slruik
by h Utt-liMudei iimn, wlnne ripht bund hud
beon niniilititd, an llvtt when, covered with
blood, he I 'id it on the mill of Mr. NutliHii's
room, it left there the mink of a hrud
with only I'onr Gner. That mnn, we nre
Miired, ia now in custody.
The tejiimoiiy prvi-enled hy Count Johp
nea settles fori ver the t')eMnn, to shock
ing to every human feelin, whether any 0'
Mr. Nitibiin's fnnnly in liny wwy inipln itlcd
in hiii murder. It slmwj thttt liiy were nil
pcrft-c ly iin.oreril in thttught, well nn in
deed ; mat the crime w.O) the wok exclu
sively of h ptofefsionitl roh'ifr, who bud in
coinpliie. This cvid-nce will he niot
11 1I1 111I, not 1 it I y to t li e ri l.iti cs of llio mur
dered iietn, hut In :ill periom w'lose heittts
r tint us wicked a that of the murderer
di:ai o tui: s:oai.
?IyiterloiiH Occm rciicc .'Mcar
The 1 Tiuey" i? n am ill nelilctiient in t T,e
pine woods, few rii 1 1 ctt Im' k of Lnu.lon,
T nn. The rifiiilentt me nminly ol Ihe ponr
r clua ol popn ntion, and in aninnion pur
lanrf, Mre lernted "hard " Hit m.i nl ll e liy.
r;jit-l ill tli in aettlemaul, theie n ih IoihiI, on
Piid.iy night lut, the d ad body of n nuin,
with it nu.i'hol wound Ibi'inigb lie Ifniplf.
The ki'.fy wits diit' itvered nlmnt II o'clock
nt night, hy aoute belnte.t reaiilentu of lh
I'iney, and wn recoguir.ei) hi lint of John
Watts, well known in the Hellleinent as itn
industrious yount: man, When IoiiihI, life
was extinct and the I, oily cob!. We learn
that Ihe decea'rd bad been viiiting 11 lemnlr
acquiiinlaiice, and had li ft her hoti'e ulmiil
right o'clock, wilh the intuition of culling
on her aiiler, living about one hundred yard
distant. Kcoro reaching the reaili-ute of
Ihe I tll'-r, be waa shol. No 1 lur had been
ohliiiurd to ihe murderer, up to the I ' ine our
infortnnttf left. Ihe settlement, KnoivMe
J'nn and lltrnld.
Mlrau-flcit to Irnili. -
Mrs. Chiistana Kopp, ol rt. Louis
coinniitted suicide, the other day in
the billowing desperate maimer: Hie
took a piece of cotton cloth, tied one
end ol it securely to the post of the bed,
made a slip noose nt the other end, and
passing it over her head, threw her
self on her knees ami pressed forward
willi her neck until strangulation
ensued. It certainly must have been a
slow and agonizing method of. aclf-dc-slriiclion.
for her head was uotovir two
feet from the floor, and she, no doubt,
suffered great pain before duutlt cumo
to her relief,--&e,
t) IIaiii.y Sunday morning the
steam boats Magenta, Thompson l"ean,
( J in ml lira, l!udtdih and Unwind, were
burnt at the Now Orleans wharf. The
steamship Do Hoto was burnt the same
morning twenty miles below the city.
The losses of the five steamers and tlio
le Solo, amounts to over $1,000,000.
fr Henry Harrison, the negro who
murdered John Ki ll ('rockett, nt Urad
Jey's Rtiilding, Tuesday nig'it, was ar
rested hero last night at a negro fair,
and lnh.cn to Arkansas on 11 rerpiihition
from (lov. Clayton. The money of
the murdered man was found on him.
(tj- The present Congress proposes
to make two new states. Colorado and
New Mexico are to receive this distin
guished khonor. The latter is U bet
named "The Statn of Lincoln." v
T CHANCERY SALES.
JS.VJ F Shannon, BxYs S M Jhanaun
I")t!R!STTANT to a degree of the Chancery
(,'011 rt at Jonetboro Tenn. it ils Nurcm
ber term 1870, 1 will ofl'er sale on the pieiue-aes,-
o the 18th ilay of Jan nrj iMfl, in
three seperaie parcels the finn on which
Klizalt SliHiintin lived nt the limn of his death
Cnntaiuiftg loiit ?H0, more or fess hctcf, and
Ent'icct Id th life fHtafoof' bo widnwg
(tower, lying in district No, :i nvur Wash
ingion College and ai'j; lining the laud of
Jih-oIi liaxter k nth' rt, n plat of sai l docrniuu
Will be exhibited on the day of dale.
Twelte nnd Eighteen months credit, ex
cept ten per cent, will be required hi hand,
bond nnd npprnvcr! Security, n lr-I lien re-
lained on Ibe land for balance of purchase
money, aud sold without the right of redemp
tion. HlvNIiV IIUSS,
7udeclOw4f 8 S,.ccihI Cotumsioner.
- The Central Pacific railroad rob
bers, tried at Washoe City, wero sen.
tented to t lie following terms of im
prisonment, respectively 1 Chipman,
eighteen yeors; l'arsons, 20; Cockerell.
'22, and Squires, twenty-six ytm and
I'titnl Art tilrnt.
Mrs. Taylor, widow of Rev 1 G.
Taylor, was killed in Urccnvlllo on
Tuesday by falling upon the ice, and
striking hr htsd on a brick.
Fit Martin and .Joseph II. Martin Others ti
Chnncerv t'ourl at .loneshoro, Tenn.
IyitSl'ANT to a tlcereu of said Cuiyt
at Novi tuber term 1S70, in sai I cause,
1 will offi r for sale at the (jourt llotc e on llio
ltilli day ol January 1871, a tract ol land 00
which Michail II Martin lived at the time of
his death in riwl district No 17 adjoining
ti c hinds of Isaac (,' Keitier, Widow Shanks
ami other containidg 'JOO, seres more or less
on which the widow of Michael II Martin
dee'd holds her dower of aliotit Inn acres
during her. natural life and will be sold
subject to said dower interest. 'Jne other
tract adjoining the lame nnd containing ilt!
erre more or less, on which there is no in
cunibTince. S.ijJ tracts will be sul.l bepur
Fifty (tofW or each tract will bf required
in hand, the remainder in cffiial iimIiII.
ment in 0, I'i and )S nwilbs. with intirmt
Irom date and lien retained until purchase
money is tulty paid w ilh bond and appfufef
security. IlKSlfV HO:$S,
70decltiw4pfS10 .Spctial (.'ommisionrr.
Nathun Shipley Admr's of Junies Harding
f.'-lclin Harding and others.
IjntS'UANT lo 11 decree of the C'hnncry
Court at Join .thorough, Tenn, at Nov.
urm ls70, in said cause, I will ntt'i-r 'i;r
sale 111 limit ol the (.'our: House at Jottes
borntigli, Tenn on the IGlb day of January
I S7 1, a Irncl of bind roiitainitig about 00
acres in civil district No l;i, uiljiiiniug the
lards of t'eorge Male, 1'iaticis (iibsun, and
others, and being the lull I on which said
Harding foroicrly lived.
Ten per rent of the purchase mnney will
be retnired in band, the remainder in six
and twelve months in eijiinl iust.illineii's,
bond and approved security will be rtiniied
and li'in retained until the purchase money
is fully paid, mid sold without the right of
redemption. Ike. I'i, Is7tl.
Special Com tniationcr.
David Woods and Wile, n, Jnsiah Alexander
Mud nthei'i. . j
Iyirsuanl to 1 dirree ol the ('hatn-ery Cmrt
,M ,1'ineiboro Tenn, at November lYrui
in"U, I w ill i.fl'er fur s.ile at ti e t'ourl lliinae'iu
Jwiieiboroegh, Te'til. On Mondny Ihe i;ih
lay nf.fnnii.o-) I'-il. The larm 011 w hich ihe
Widow Alexander livid til the dale of hei
death, Ivit g i t district N.i 1 t etui adj. lin
ing the b'tiils of Henry Jones, .James Kog
el i noil ol Iirs.
TKUM: Three bundrerl dollars of t!ie ti ir-
chase money will be reiiiired i,i haud, lie-
r -III :l 1 11 I . r llll(l;i IIISl. I llllH'lllS III Sill .llnl
Twelve iiioullis, hotid nnd appriivc security
with interest from d ile will be ri ipiie.l, m
balance ol piiii'ha.-e money and Hen riiined
until lully paid. II KN KY II.ISS,
prsljH. Special t'ouiiiiissiuiier.
I. .1. (Jarr e, I'eler Voakley and others,
I'ursn.int lo 11 decree of Ihe Ouunecry I '. 1 11 1 1
at .Innesliwro Tt nn., at November Term ls"n,
in sni'l cause, I n i!l oiler lor sale at the Court
House door in Jouesiiorn Ti tin, oil the ltilli
day of .1 .111 ii a V SI, a tract of land eoiibiiu
tng "t!7 acres, In Ihe I'Jth civil dixlnit "I
iVasbiilgf'iii Ciniutv Tenn., adjoining Ihe I
lands of Kb is theth KiUniiller, Henry Hall, the f
Heirs of Ab-xaniler Admns und others,
Six ninntl.s rrcdit, ll.itid and Hpprnvod se
curity and lien retained until I lie purchase
money Is fully paid, mid sold without the
rigln'of redemption, H KN It V I HISS,
prstifS, Special Cotniiitsiiiuiiir.
Margaret Ilrown Mxccntrix iind olhca im
Thomas Hut ton and others,
I'll rs 11 h 11 1. to h decren in said causa at
November T' l tn I S7D, of the Cham t ry Coin t
at. Jone'.boro, Titfi, I will elfer lor sale in
Iron' ot Ihe Court I i 11 11 s i in Jnneshoro, Tenn,
on Ihe ltilli tiny of January 171, a Tovin
lot whit:htbe Said llnrton purchased from
said estate of John ttylund tb-e'tl, lying along
the linn ol the lt.nl Kii'id nnd on the nppoite
side ol lite ('lien lice road, mid 11 -h r the mi
deuce ol A. C. I'ollins. K'tjr., indiatrcl No I.V
Five month credit, botnl nnd approved se
rniitv, and lien rclained until puiclia-.e
money Is fully paid, nnd fold wihnl the
right of rediiu'pt. IIKMtV HtW,
ptslffl. Sp"eia Coniinis.ioinr,
William II. Maxwell c Clmrlci nnd Juhtt
I, ant In n decree of lb" Chancery
Court, nt Jiinesiioro, Tenn. a I Nov, Term
IttiO, in the abotf cause, IwillollVi' lor sale
In front of the Court Hoimh in Join-shorn,
Tenn, on the ltilli liny ol Jstiuary. J 7 1 , 11
tract of land lying In said County ol Wash.
Ington In dislrit t No 7, adjoining the land of
tint old flogart fur in and nlhors, at.d bring
the land en whinh Ihe said John l':ngtiilr
now reaidci nnd ronlains - - ncrc 111010
M iioiilhs credit, bond anil flpprnred srrn-
rtty iwnt lien retained until the purchase
money Is fully paid, and sold without the
Wholesale Prices Current.
LEE, TAYLOR & CO.
Grow, t"onmi"ra Horrhuti JS'I Tru'iire Prvkrrt.
ll lfir,,-1 Slrtrt. J.amhburq, I'u.
LTSiitiM-Htl, Va., Jan. 13, 1871.
Our markets r.fl'i is st ine cliHitges to-day,
tv which we ask attention. Wheat and Corn
active; Corn Meal and !ye, duil ; O.tls, free
from we.Nlher Inftk and S'iui, w to ted nt
tuoiations Laid, t'ciidt ; butter, doll, nnd
lunrkt-t overstocked, elc t choice Table;
F.V'a"i 1'ouflty ,-genernlly in deiu.in.J at ijuota-tions.
AI'fl.KS. Oreen, ri barrel J a .'
X'.t, lOii-.l, pavetl uer p.iiiihi 3
D, ll.HII.lv , per Jii.lh.ll ( 1 so
t).t't., iitu, r.MiiMt.nrr rt)j,
Ita, 11:1111-. pel IS
lt, Miti-. p.-r lli ,
I'ir siimiM.-rit, ..
I'.KKK, MlHiiHhterril, per lb
III'TI KII, Ni.s. I, i und 8 .
It K I'S w A X , r Ui
lll'l'K WIIKA I' r t-ol li, I'lllr.. .
I'.KANS, Wlilte, ur l.ii..lisl .1 fU
pi-uniU n ,
I' Jl l". nr I HIM, .
Ilf.ACKIlKliftlKf'. Mn J,M'r f...
libi t; UliASS tBKM, jwr lmi.li.-l
el 14 Hi
I'llK'KKNS, ln!-il, apiece
!lo, I.lte, apierS......
COKI' K'B, Fair To oml pef
Im, 1'rinio In fli.ik-u Uin, '
l'.i. I.!iuntyri, i.er th ,,
lin .Ir, jiff (S ...
ciii:r:.sK, i.iiy, pi-r tr .
I'tiT'l'tiN VAIINS, per lain. l is
COK.S, While, iiiirkiiH.nl '.l lltihl
" ' " Sc
lin. V'INw mill ndxiil "
COItN IM KA 1., per I111-I1. nf .'H I1 1
CI.OVKK sKKIV ft bit-h. U
( KM MM', p-r I'M
cim-kukkiiiks, per t.si
I'll l-:s I N I 'lS, per linln.l
Dims, Fresh, per ilor.
KVblfCKF.KS OltASSSriKII, h I
Inuliel i I Itii
1'1.1'l'U, tt.iperlliie. per kill
I'i", Kulra, irr W'l '.
lin. Fuiiill.v, per lil'l
FF.rt'l II Kits, ,le din.ii"-, pwr lli...
K I. A X MKKI), pur biinli. o Si, Ibi
FI.AX LIMA, per yam
lilXsKS'i, p.-r II
II VV, lai...l. per inn th,
II KUI'K Ult ASS SF.M, p-r I.11-I1.
ol IU Ilia
I litis, Cumin v Hut-, per I 11 ii, .
I.MMt. Va t'lVn., Son a, 1, l.iilt
l.bATilKK, S)iink "ie, (i l....
In., tjiimitiy I iiiiii J S,.
pf r III
fin, tunnriy iaa'd m.1b,
Io. Iliirue-fc, pfr Hi
I'", l'iii-i , p r li
Mol.ASSKS!, Sew oileim, pei gal
I"-, Kenned Symp
NAILS, OM Hum., p-r k-K Mc IS
HTS, ner Iiiii.Ii. of :t:i li
liMDN's. 11. IiukIii-I of i'i llm
I-ii-Ih I ut 14 Iks..
OIICII Mill llll5S cr.r;!), j(i 1
ll I.S. Tnhiier-', V uMP a
I'K At lll.S, tn int, loipareil, ft IS.
I'h. Ilriell, pilll-.l. V Si
r'i't A l"l H:s, M..I1, per hu-liisilba
li.i, Sweet, ' "
PKXS, Itrl. rl, jvr lia-hel
I'OKK, Kieuli llu:, per Hi
Sillied, p.-r Hi
II V K. p'-i I'Uslii l i.f to Ilia
MA'.S, bili.'ii Hiid Cnttiili, psi IS
SIT. .li ei pirnl ll ie, i.- aik...
.lUAII, Hi-nun. p. 1- IS
ll", V.-lb-w C mill Cxim ('...
till, frll.-lieil, lirilllllllti.il,
i'u'Ti rined and Cut l.nar....
v(t I'. ('nunti v iinule, per IS
TAI.I.nW. per' lb
TI IIKFVS, ir-s.iMl, p.r IS
'I'l.M'iTIM SKKII. per kiuli 4alha
row i.i i, per nnt
VIC SI Si IS HAM-, ..-i It'
VINKOAII. I'uib flder. p-i
W II KAT, Wlille, per Inish'l (in li I
ll". Il-.l, 1
Win 1 1,. Wii.h. il, per It
tin, l'iiiih-'i, pi r It
WHISK V, U.-i liH-.l. p."-ei,,. ...
(Ii, Pill e V.'l. Uliilllil'n li m .
FKIITII.lZKHiS. I K!i
IIArtiU S lliiw lloiin Plinapiini,..
per Inn ..no
Hall Iinule I itv Miinn liu-tlii Inel 'o'n
F.-rllllreit. pur tun
Hull, fill- S. (. " Irelte, Y f,,
Itlll. Cilv S. P.ill.lri lte, pel I, .11,.,
Fl-li i.'iinini. per tun
Fu Ie ll fiiV I'lliispliute I'i mt mn
OllHIl", per l"ll
I'i riivi.tn tiini.ii. per (in
I'.ieilir Uiiiiiiii, p.t ii.p .,
ei:iler. (limiiul. In .irn-l....
i-i. On. Hint, tn Lh's,,
I!, di-inln linn", t.in
Itlmilei.' riin-plialv Mine, Hi I
( I 00
I 1 so
00 tJ of
a. - nt
on t'3 iJJ
11 C. TAIIWA TKR.
J. T. A M rtli'dSR,
right of iHcuipliou,
Sperlal (,'uiii tssloiitr,
Jnsiah Thnmpsnn Admlnlslrafnr ff Imnin nnn
of tho will annexed nl K A. It n -1 1 ileicimrd
11 John II. Duncar. mid other.
)iirsuitiil In a dectee of tho f'hanrory
I Cuurt at Jonrehnrn, Tenn, nt Nineniher
Term ISVO, in said cniise, I will ofler for iae
In front nf Ilia Cuurt House at Jnuasbnrn,
Tenn, on lb lUlh day nf Juti'iary 1H7I, tho
Inleresl nf John II. tlitncnn In tho land nf his
faher Joseph nnd bla tii"lhsr Molly Ilunean,
King In district No U, ndj-iinlug the lands of
Robert A. Thompson, Andrew Wnlker and
o'lien, an1 tho whole rouiaiuing abuul bun
acres, more or leis.
T Kit MS;
mnnlhii credit liond and apprnveil seen,
rily.and lien retained until pnrchaso mnney
li fully paid, and nld without the ri?ht of
ridernpiinn. M K V M V IIOSM,
' rtf, J'ftcial Comniisilnii-r.
m SASH M BLIliD
TARWATER & AMBROSE.
1)1 T T I C
i'i j I. in i in
11 And FiOniH
Dealers in Lumber,
Having fitted tin a first-cIa-M
IN NOIITIf KXOXVILLB, '
W'p. nre prepiiictl to inula' to ortlcr
A N 0
We also MESS LUMT5KIL W0KFC
I'LOOKINCJ nnd difTercnt kinds of
in (lie liest style nnd at juicon to suit
All 0n!crn promptly filled and
shipped to nny point on tlio difl'tn n
Kitil J'onds lentliti' nut of Knoxville, '
Flooring ami Killing dressed ond Jointed.
ICJWf will tnlia W'lirat nr Flour for nur
woi k IllliitU, Rash, titinr-Frainf 1, lu,
For particular en II on or addrrsi
TAftWAirai k AMfuiosr,
7'Jfnantf ) Ftiosiillr, 1i.arieti.