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Joncgboro, November, 17, 1865. local;,items:t ..Death or Rv. .Sakw A. Ru.A.-Thi, weak, y, havo tlx painful intollIgnco of th. deith of tbe R.v. SnmuelA. Rhea, Mission, r for tbt last fifteen jwn and upwards, in P arila.' He died very auddenly on tha 2d. of Sept., on the road from Tabm, in the pronecution of big Mission, leaving a wife od two imall children to mourn their be reavement. ?.' ; . c, ,-, . BCU 'Wbat bar become o( the improve ment! "commenced on bur street's'?''. Nothing lias been done for some time hi that .line. Wbiio the gutters nre, growing deeper, the accumulation of dirt nd filth on the streets and Alley is still on the increase,' and no body jto blame, llave we such a thing as Cor poration i and what is it going to do with the neglected condition of our streets. Kclio says " nothing more.". . We hope to see the work res urned byMhc proper authorities ndi'go bravely on. " 'i i 11 V ' ) ,' ' ' t A ' , ' i " i ' CiiAKCRiiv ConnT.r-Tliis tribunal Is In ses sion In this place this week, Hon. Seth J. W. Lucky presiding. The usual amount of bu siness is progressing, nud tho legal profes sion is well tepresenled-iimung those pres ent v.o may mention, J. T. k 3: S. Logan, Es'ir".Kn Jvnptville, :Qen.".T. D. Arnold, vt Greeneville, Judge Robert J. McKinnoy, of Knoxville, John A; McKlnncy; Esq.,' of Uog trsville, Geo: W; Murrcll, Esq', of Sullivan, .1 lloii.T. A.R.yelson.of Kyosville,and Itobert Love, Esq. of Curtor County. , . t . .i . , . , B0.,Cin. passing our Depot, we noticed that Our entecprising.townsmftu, Mr. Coflman, bad that institution Nearly blockaded with a eplcndid nslortment oV all -kinds of Cooking oiutrs, ,, uuf omzeDS can now; jo wcu sup plied, as he 1ms nearly every kind and qunli ty. .a;-ri'-t v T RaiuBoau Activity. The netivity in the freight department of the East Tennessee k Va., Railroad tit th id time, was scarcely ever excelled beforo the war., Everything is bus tie and Industry. The managers ofthelloiid, are pushing thoir repairs to depots, bridges, and other delapidatcd portions of the Hon J to completion, and more energy could not be displayed. Success to the Prcsideut, Super intendent, and other managers of the road for their enterprising efforts. ffl?u Do not fail to sec the Card of W. P. 'Wilson k Co., and when you visit Knoxville, do not fail to give them a call. Their Gro cery Stoclt Is very largo, and country tnor thants will do well to patronize their house. Tiiask3. Hon. P.P. C. Nelson, State Sen ii tor, from this District, Hon. L. M. Jarvis, representative from the county of Hancock, and Hon. John R. Shults, Representative from Cocke, have our thanks for late pnpors and other favors. TO TIIX VoUKU LaDIRS AND GrKTLRMIM OF- JoNisnono'. We are. requested to say, that a meeting will bo held by the young ladies nd gmtlmun of Jonesboro', at the Odd Fcl low's Institute on Friday evening next at half past 7 o'clock, for tho purpose of organizing a Literary Society for tho mutual improvement of the members. This is an excellent mnvo, and wo sincerely hope there will bo a full at tendance. A Society of this kind Will be of vast importance to tho youth of our town, nnd we hopo to Ice it flourishing. JHMVb are glailj yea, greatly rejoiced at the Improvement In .the morals of our town. It now begins to seem a little more like tho plosiant, quiet placo of years agone. If on ly a few of our friends would knock tho bung-hole" out of their barrels and let the " red-eye " go free lot it go down the gutter instead of man and " rcd-eyo " together. We trust tho time is coining when the friends rim mako a living without engaging in this traffic, Already we have learned of n change in sentiment In some, and wo hopo sunn to bear ft better report from them. Kacli clti seu should now emulato bis fellow man in trying to add to the happiness of nil. Come friends, let us all be up and rfoiiiy ever labor ing for tho good of our fellows. for TilitnK si-ems to bo a grent interest taken now, all over tho land in every thing that will aid in " reorganizing" society. The Church, Sabbath School, and day School seem to each, ree.clvo the flrnt caro of those who wish peace, happiness and prosperity. Much is being dono we trust, in our town fur' the good of the rising feneration, by the Sabbath Schools. May the good work go on, and every effort 1m crowned with success. Rather an amusing Incident is " going tho rounds." An Individual who became so ranch Interested In having all the children at tend some olio of our KaMiath Schools, that Jvb concluded to own them. So, arming iilmsplf with good hickory, he sallied forth, twarning parents of the dimmer of raising their children without religious Instructions, nd that If every child large enough did not attend Sabhntli School hereafter, ho would retnri) and use tho aforesaid hickory. W suppose My " appeared tho next Sun day morning, "with fares clean nnd ryes fright,! feeling better for Hi privilege. It Is to be hoped, that the children, with their btfu)Ur, iny 'jV "o benefits horo below, and a happy re-unlon In the great Habbath School above. Till- eccentric movement, ihonM prompt others to go to work In real earnest, hunting p those who, dp not attend Sabbath Holiool, Mid lake them o on of our Nchools on Hun day moroUg. Mueh of tho degradation of our country might bo remedied, if all wonld do their duty d these respects. HafMilUnK othif pnplc rows and steal tng fiber people's wood has become a gene ral pyaMn of late, but If the t"n police will lank after the, Interest fir whlili they ware ii elevatr ) to OITHe,1' they nn demolish thn ritm "ol "nnlf u t " THE; Fmisii Dni'us. On visiting the Drug Store of our friend W. M.'Landreth' yesterday, wo found he had just received a largo supply of au kind or drugs, medicines, dye slulls, and in fact every article usually kept in a drug store. We nro glad to see bis prosperity, and hopo our citisens will not forget hlni when they ueed any thing in bis line. The laBt number of tho Knoxville Whig contains a letter Ironi Reuben Roddie, of "Black List" notoriety, which he has ad. dressed to Governor llrownlow, nnd in which he denies any knowledge bf the said "Blnck List;" 'but Reuben will find tho testimony bearing in tbo contrary dircctien. The best citizens of Jonesboro' were unon it. nnd will , lesuiy 10 uie same. - The seven States which voted tho Union ticket tin's.. week; are. tho seven colors which make ..up the splendid prismatic li-jlit of the Union. Their soven fold lustre- makes up tho whito light offrecdoRi, in glorious con trast with tho blackness of Copper headisin. Press and I'imas. . .. fiU In regsrd to the complication in French alid American affairs, tho Iudpen dencc Iielgo says : It is the intention of tlio French Government to disconlne tho occupa tion of Mexico nnd thereby remove all causa of disputo withthe United' States. It Is even said that a ''speech from the throne at the next meeting of the French Chambers will announce' the entire evacuation of Mexico by the French troops. ' MARRIED. In Washington County,' ' live miles North west of Jonesboro,' at the house of lienjamiii Shcrfey," on Tuesday evening Nov; the' 2d;, by Rev1. C. Rnshore', Mr, John Deal and Mis Catiia jt jnp Cauotay. ; ; ; : Jonesboro' Retail Prices Current. Conipiltd fur, the " Union I'lttg," and corrected Weekly, by Iloss k I.AMi'.sox, WIIKAT, tuiilii'l, HAY, V IiuimIrmI. SO 75 ('liHV, I (' V CnltS-MEAL, " PiiTAToKH. " Tl'IIMPB, " AIM'I.ES, Krwn, ' AI'l'M'S, dried, " l-KACIIKS, jicl'd" l'KAlllKd.unp'd" I,KATIIKU.iiu'rT 4i).'.."si MJ....7.'. ". W ' 1 2.'. 'i 2.-. (I ml n-iXJU, 7 60 ni;i,h', I'l'KK, ' ' U.U.'OV, V HHTTKU, " nrKKHE, ' I.AliK, ' FKATIIKItS" (;i:x.ANu, " iiv;eswax," Kens ' 7 (l Will (in 25 :in ) f.ll IS 4H 'JO 4 Ai Mo LKATllRII,wlnfi It., liai'ucss, SPECIAL NOTICES. TO CONSUMPTIVES. The undersigned having been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple reme dy, after having Fullered several years with a eevero lung nll'cction, nnd that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers tho means of cu: j. To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of prescription used ( free of charge ), with the directions for preparing nud using the same, which they will find, a sure cure for Consi mi1 tion, Asthma, Huontimtis, Cons its, Cui.us, Ac. The only object of the advertiser in sending Prescriptions is to benefit, the fifllict cd, and spread information which ho con ceives to be invaluable ; and ho hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may proven blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will pleaso address, Hbv. EDWARD A. WILSON, Vuiliaiiuburgh, Kings County, Muthcr,&Co.,noYlT 3in. Jfcw York. nq.EniTnii or the 1'm'mi Vt,m : Ht:.n Sin. Willi "iir I'crmliminti, I tvifli in Miy to the r''ft'lirs nf your ''. 1 1 1 ' t I . ill K.-ii.l , l.v ivtiii'ii limit, tn nil who wish II, nvr a llwilw, Willi lull cliricilnnn It nmk-lilk- ami lining n I mi.lo Vi'rluhli' Hiilm, Unit el ferlimlljr rvtirnvr, In ten ilnyn, I'iiiiplc'K, III'iMiik, Tun, Krorkti t, unit all liiiiiiritl !' t h kin, l living the uriluii mirt, t'tiiir, hiii'miiIi nil'l I'.'nMIil'ill. I will alnu nmil Tri ii In tliiwn IiiivIiir IViM Hi nil, or llnro Kiiocn, iniili' ilirci'l lutiit uml iufoi ulitt inn Unit will I'liiitiln thrm t Hurt n full gmwili nf J.tixiirinnt lliilr, WliiiliiTi', urn Mouturlii', In i tlmn thirty diiyn. All ttiiiiiiliiiii lUhHui'i'il l.v ii'liirii iiiuil witlmut clmrgn. Ki HjwM'llly ymiiN. thus, r i ii a r.M a , riminut. A. A C oct.SnmnsS S.ll llromlwuy, Nrw Yntk' tH- To ('osnrMiTtvni. Tim iiii'Ii mIuiu'iI liavlnz r ri'Hinri'il lii lii'iillli Iiiii fi iv wi'i'ki liy a very ( i in ! ri'iui'ily, hHit ImvliiK Hiilli rril fi'MTiil yarn, Willi n " viTt' 1 it ii ir ftiri't'tliin, Hii'l tluit ilieiul itiseuni', ('iiiiiiiu tii'ii in iiuxii.iii In iimkii kliuwn In Ills ft lluu-iiulli ri'i'i tho tnriiiiH ill rum. T III! Who il' Klre'lt, li" will send n rnliv nf Hit' ihk. oriitiiin iwl, ll'mi'iif ('luue, with I li-illiivli.nil' for tiri'imriiiir ami ixlnic IIioiiiiiiii', uhlili liny will 1 1 ml a mtinut fur Ci'V( Mi'Tinv Ahiimi, IIihini'IIitik, Cm i.iiii, CiH.im, ete, Tlii'iinly ul.Ji'i t nf the ii'lu'rli-nT In Hetul- hilt lh(i iiri'sci'liillnii lit In liHiii'lit llii'iilllli'ti il, ami nnri'ii'l luliiiniHliiiii vtlilrli lin rnni'i'lvi'D In Ii" liivaiilalili' , ami Im Iihiiih every niilli ii i' will try liii ri'imily, in it will cimt lle'lii iimliliiir, n ml may nnvna IiIi'mIiius I'artli'H hi.iIiiii llei wi-t i t i 11 , will plwiw) nililrexA Uev DliWAIID A" W ILSON. AN 1 1 1 1 n i ii -1 . 1 1 1 . KIiili I'miiitv. A. k C ii lJnniii1 hew inik. IRON IN THE BLOOD. 'lUm IVriitlmi N.vriiniuppll'' tlm llmxl wllli IllHl.He Kk'iiii'iit, lllUN, infiihiiiK (iliiilh, V'lnr, I New ,fi Int. i Dm wlinl n iiVMliiii, t'"r l'vnpi'ln, repay, Chrnnli' IHarrluea, ll.'liilily. I'lMiialn W niikin nii- ', l tn It In A p. ruV, 77i.m,ini hnte ' rinii..il lu th nfihit liirWiWm rmii mriij-, tirklii, my', riim O'lUllllfH fr'.iy, hmlthy, nm rij.;n turn mifl fumul. A tlili irty.twn i,n lt." i.nim.li wt unlit Fret: I Kt l.ntiln, ur tl fur .1 I" III Slllll I.' !ll'. 111 V...I- a..il l.y Pril,;gUtM Knnniilly. riIiitluirAi!o.(iuivniiiin:i i Ur. II, Andcr's Iodine Water. An tnititjutlilr liiictirrry, A full Oniln nrindltiK In earh num.. f Waleri"" . ''i"'i'''l tritlwtit n Hnln nl 1 lie nuiNt IS, u,. iT.ii v ii. .ii .... . . .. .. In u.. u r ll.'ll'IIIK DKI'lll lll'l I 'fi T I I'll 1 I VH kll.iwn, Hrr.. mill. Cu t. llh, .in,, c in i.... 'iinniinptlnii, and m.inv rlirnnin ntiil ll.iifiilii.ii-t htu. .', iirii ciir. il l,y , , 1 1 ,..,,, ,i. If r i,..i'irj .- '.r. "'iV f""..''!''" 1 I" r limit,. , u r :.. H , linn i" nf i n. i n vn In h hml ( i,inl4l, 4JS llrnn.lwv. New Vnik H..1.1 1... 1. , . .. 1 W.nii..n.aMi,,:ij ' r,...y, 1 iSA AC I'.UOVLKS AND W.M.J. wnXS 1 Kx'rs. nf A.bim lln.yles ilee'd., y, .laeolj l'.llrnyles Trustee. A.A.llinvln. r a i; Jns.pl; ,C. Whitney (llhl'1 Jacob i. inMinry, ,1011 11 niinrney, .ineol) Th IIIISIIII, John W. Mass r. Ne sun It Hell N. W, (Joriil. loe, O, ) . lii'cii, iienrv 11. 1 1 . . .1 ..... 1 r.i t Hoed, The defendant In this cause except J. V, Priiylcs, A. A, Uroyles and C. A. Mames are ntn-residents nf the ,sito or Teimesnnp' It Is ordered that pulillcnilnn ha mudn for four suecfsslvo weeks in the "1'nlnn l'lur " notlfyinir sold respondents to nppeur befn'ra tho Clintirrry Court nt. Jnnrsbnio', cm tlm second Mmiiliiy or May, liwi, tlmn nnd there to tuaks defeiiso to tilt) bill, nr tho same will be taken for confessed, nml set fur lirnrlnjr "-parte. 1IKNKV liOSS.C, AM, hovl7w4prsrer$-i. AT T AC i I ME M T IdllM MOIIIIK t UM TAVI.ull. Tlm I'lnlnllrr on tl sfflilnult HIIVK III!' ll' ll ll.lillll l"Jll Ill l.Mi.l , hlin, sni) la 111. 11 fi'idi'nl nf Ti'tinnMiw, nr no nli.'nh.l lhl tin nr ll hty prnr. nf llin law ratiimt hn rrrrrd on lilni, mid liavlnii 1.I.I.1I11...I mi iil,:iiul sua. linnut niin-l lli'il f...l.i ut, ri'iiiiui'U li"f..r" in" en llm V.Uli lint nf AiihukI Iki .1, li't..d en d. fi inlanK prnpurly, It In ilifmf.iri' urdi reil by uu tlmt pnl.li. nllmi Iv miulr fur ftnir mii-inmilvo i i imtliniiiK mild ili fi'inlanl In p. pr l.ifnin m"in I1!" '!U dm- it l'..i limy, I 'V nl mni', ir III" iiiii ,:i i t"-'' I d Mh t 1 ir fw)r.ollf .1. t '.UMM'f, 1 EAST TENNESSEE UNION FLAG; I"""""" J. 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Ad dress HAKI'KIU IIUOTIIKUR, Franklin (Square, New York. --..I HI' . 11 11 " Dissolution of IVParlncrship, r 11 1 10 Partnership heretofora existing I c g tween Iloagins & Luttroll has this day been dissolved by luiiliial consent. All those Indebted to tho firm will plcasu conic, forward and settle their accounts without delay. W. N. IJKAUIN.S, (. W. LUTTIlMliL. Jonesboro.' Nov. 12lli, 1805. 4w prs fee $5 Anieiided k Supplemental Hill, No. 110. TACOI1 Pi:CK At OTIIKIIH, vs. J.NO. I). " Mcl''arland, Ag't,, Tenn., A Va., Mining Co,, nml others. Allldavlt having been made that thn. defendants John iShoeklry, John Marly, J. 1). Mc I'm html nnd Milium II, llngau, are iion-rcsidi'tits of tho Niato of Tennessee; It Ii ordered that publication be made for four sueecssivo weeks In tho Jnnesboro' Union Plug, notifying said ilel'i'mlunts to appear on or before the fourth Monday of November, I Mill, before tho Chancery Court nt lingers vlll", ami miMver said bill, or the same will he taken as confessed as to them, and set for bearing ct-parlr, iiov;iivl.prsf.M ?5. J, II. PACK, C. k M, "To WlXAuTnERD HOKSi: STOLEN AHAPPI, II (illAV MA KM belonging I" my son, Wm. T. Vines, nbniil llf'teen ml a Inilf or sixteen hundrt high, largo nnd heavy set, nliout five or sit years old, inann mid tall, mum color of the other part, In very gooil onUr, wns iken from my stable at Dr. Ciinuiii(.'lisin's lnrm, two miles soiilli or Junriboro', on Mmiiliiy t,iirht, by snmi) thief i.r thlevtts A leaari nl tilt v ilull'ira will lie given for tlm return nf the mure mid thief or iwciu.r-iikn iii. return of the nHr ti'ir ( .v prl. i Inrs will be paid for the lilnli". WM. VINLS. LARGE SUPPLY OF NEW GOODS. 8. lki66ii'S'K'S'. X I AS just recoived, and la still receiving X.X. "'om (he Eastern Market, a splendid as sortment of tho latest and best styles of. Clothing, Dry Goods, Queens- ware, Hardware, uoow, - bnocs, uats ec taps. AND all kinds of Goods ndaptsd to tho season, and kept by n well conducted store, which ho will sell at crotttlv roduood pricos. Do not fail to give hint a cull be- toro purchasing elsewhere. i-i.v--,. Tho highest Market, prices will Lo paid lor nil kinds ot COUNTRY 'PRODUCE, I will pay cu'sli or goods for llOUS ou foot or rott it. I will pay 70ct8. for Foathers. s , ALSO, I keep on baud ft great variety of tuo Unest qualities or ; ""v . LIQUORS, which will be sold reasonably at wholcaule. Uull nt the Cheap More, of ' 2 S. QUGQENHEIM, - At J. (J. Muiiray'u Old Stand. novlO Cin. ., Joucsborougb, Tcnn. SIGN OF THE BLUE PLOW. To the Merchants and Farmers of Fast Tennessee! , ' '., H AVIXQ secured tho commodious Store Room iu Coffin's Block, Cay Street, Knoxville, we will largelg increase our Stock of Harilwnre, Agricnltarnl Implements, Window Glas.3, Guns, PiHtolfl, Am munilion und NotioiiH, and will bo happy to meet our old friends at all tinVes. We earnestly request every Mer chant nnd runner visiting Knoxvillo from distant purts of lOat Tennessee, to mako our houso their Headquarters. Call nnd examine our stock. No charge for examining goods. W. W. WOODRUFF. Centro Utiilding, CofTiu Block, Gay Street, Knoxville, Tcnn. novlO Cm. w. r. WILSON. it. noEME. i. p. ira in, urumccAiP r.nnrpoc VI UUJULiiJilJULi UUUUbltJ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Comer of Guy nnd Cburch Street?, ( Coffin uloek,) Knoxville, Tenn. l'ost Olliee liox 154. novlO Cm. ARMS & AMMUNITION. Ell .1 Corner of Clay and Cumberland Streets, under the Lamar J louse, Knoxvillo, Term- XXAVE just received nnd are receiving n LL lurgB una well sclecteu block or Rifles, Shot-Guns, Pistols, find all kinds of AMMUNITION. Consisting of fino Riflo Powdor all kinds of ristul nnd Kiflo rEKCUSSION CAI'H, SHOT AND LEAD, POWDER-FLASKS, HORNS, ( 1 A M K BAGS, And in fuct, cverythinc'pcrtiiinini'to the Gnu nnd Ammunition trndo, wliieh they otl'er the tuiblio nt Wholesale and Jietatl, nt low rnti'8. Give ua a call. 1 romnt nttcution to nil orders. uovlO tl. NEW AND FASHIONABLE GOODS! JOHN WEST & CO., No. 1, Corse's H.O-W, TfAVE fully completed nnd nro offering I I for oulo nn extensive assortment ol ev ery variety and stylo of Dry Goods, Cloahs, Furs, Shauls, Ku- bws, floods,. Jilts, Jsoots and tbhocs, Queenswarc, Hardware, Groceries and Dye Stuffs. Tlio citir.ena of Joncslioroutrli nnd tlio snr- ru u ml i n tr countiy can rely tiixin getting nt this store every thing necileil lor tuo supply of a family, nnd of tlio best quality nnd at lowest prices. Ve give tlio highest murltct prices for nil kind nf produce, in exchiinge fur goods, live us n call lieforo purchaiung elsewhere Wo nay C") cts for 1'oiitlier.i, xti for liuttor. $10 50 for l'ork, and other articles in propor tion, uov 72m ATTACHMENT NOTICE. s AM t-KL llOLTON va A. E. k SAMUEL Jackson. Tho rinlntilf on nlllilavit says tho defendants nro indebted to him, nnd nro nnii-resldeiits of Tennessee, or so abscond that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on them, and having obtained an orig inal attachtnent against tlio Uerendaals, re turnable before some Justice of said county, nnd the hiiuio having been returned before mo on tlio lOtli day of June, 180T, levil on tlio defendants properly it is tnercioro oruercii that publication be made for four mccesslvo weeks, In tho union ring nouiying sain tie fendiint.'i to nmicnr beforo tuo nt my ollico on tho 10th day of December, lflM, and nnswer for tho same will bo proeetloa tvitn ex pnno' novl0 4t21 V, a. JlAi, J. r. ' Attachment Hill, No. 117. lirlLMV MH.LKU, (1UAUIMAN vs. V OcnrL'O H. l'owell nnd II. U. Wax. It niiiirarlnir from tho nlloirntlons ol the bill, that the (lefenilantfi linvo removed themselves heyoiid the limits of thu blato of Trniicsscn; It n there nro oruerca nini tiiiniiciiiion no made fur four successive weeks In tlio Jones boro' t '11 lort Flajf, notifying said defendants to appear before Hie Chancery Cnurt ul Knftrra villu mi or before tho fourth Monday of No vember, lMfi, nnd mako defense to the bill, or the same will betaken ns confessed nnd set lor hciirlnu cx-parte. nov3w l.prsfneifQ. J. U, PACK, C, k M. Attachment Hill. Wo. 110. 1 MiXANnrcil HAM". AD .MIl, AC., VS. 11. V (I, Wnx. It nppenrliiR frnm the nllepa limm of tho bill, that tho defendant linn re moved lilinneir beyond Die limits of the Hta'.e nf Tennessee 1 It ll therefore ordered that iiiilillrntimi lie nnulu III the Jnnesiinro union KluL', f"r four sucriMlvn wrekn.ttntlfyliiB lilm lo upprur before the Chnnei ry Court nt ltnj nrx v on or beforo the fourth Monday nf November, lri,nnd nmkn rteii'iiso to inn lull. or the same will bo In ken confused and .et for lir nritifr rt pnrlt uov.'tvprnMV J It. rAC'K.C. It M STACY. IHR g 69.. KNOXVILLE BOOK:- STOKE I SCHOOL-BOOKS. RROCK & CHINl "liniOLKSALK AKP KKTAIL DEALERS 1 HTAN UAUU AM) MlHCtl.Lt ANtUUt BCIlOOt UUUIW, lur VUllllgl'D na fH-tiouir, " - - . - KNOXVILLE, TENN.-'; Wu cu supply Echooln mil CvlltgK, wltli BOOKS of (U Jnscrlj.tloBi at short notice, and on rwun.Ua term All orilnr. accoaipauieil Ij aub promptlT .ttooilwl to Wo ro itlso dealers In . ' STATIONERY, PEN3, , ' . PEX HOLDERS, : , . " SLATES AND PENCILS, In fUct wory thing la tho BOOK and STATIONERY HUH. BEOCK & CHAPIN. ISsept Eeal Est ate Agency i C, T, C. DEAKE, - Jonesboro, Washington, Co,; "ITflLI. BUV, frKLL, LEAKE, AND TAKE GEN- T r oral care anil uuiiurvlfluu ul ull kiuJi ut - Heal Estate. And JlINEItAL.I.ANDS. Arcurato snj rt Motile Infur iiiutliui cuncernlut; iirtlcul;r loralltlen, nml tracts of mini, win ue givcu id eiirri'KinUeiitii. VuuimiiiiicatiuDi lu nil cane, luld strictly cuiiAuduutial. Vhnma and C. T. O. UKAKE, JonesLoro', etaotf Vt'ttililngtou County ta-st Tcnu. Farm for Sale in the Greasy Cotc ArrUST BATH FARM In tlio 7th civil bistrlct, on tlm waters of Indian Creek, contamliiif l!;i7 acres. oihi liull' imjirovuil tlm tiillancn tlurt'oroil, consisting or ouk, ii.iiunr cninjimt, &c. Tlio Duii'tmca oro good, with pk;U Hirijijr-liiHo, orclinrl und otln r couveukn con. In.lk'Htloin of Iron oro ami other minerals aro aliiin.liiiit on tlio turiu and Its vicinity. Tulo perfect. A iilx-liori.: team uuu win;ou tukmi in part piiyinvnt. . l : v. i. it..i.n, oct7tllldtJ.c . Heal li.itutu Asot, Juuoboro'. J STORE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE AI JOnSSOX'S DEPOT. N'E of llieliest locutions In town fur a flrjt clnsn 5Icr- J Clllltll'J llll'llI' M l(lll)lirlll.'I(. I'iTS'IIIS d. ?lllll to 'luvcut; capital In a tliiivin pluco will do well to con on inn wintiiiersiKiii'ii. i.. I . jjjjAKi;. octiiuilj Keul Estate AE 'lA, Jouisboro', Tvnn. For Sale, or Exchange for1 PRODUCE OR FINE STOCK A lot of land containi.no ten I XX. ncres, located just outside the Corporate limits of the town. Persons wishincr ft de sirable building spot, sufficiently convenient to me business portion ol the town, nnd not liublo to corporation tnxe3. will do well tu give the undersigned a call. - C. T. C. DEAKE, Real Estate Agent, Jonesboro', Tenn. net 20 tf. nam and Lot in Knoxville FOR SALE A VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT, SIT- r tinted on Market Siiunre, is offered for sale privutely. Tho house has three rooms- is euitaliltf for a small family, the front room being well fitted . up ns n Store-room with counter and shelves,, and now occupied by .vr. .tumor, ns n grocery store. Its nccessi- bility to the market makes it tin excellent busiues stand. Terms reasonable. Apply 10 1'. 11. UUISIIAil. Kcoper Ent-'ng House and Store, . . Gay Btreet, Knoxville, Teun. ocuo EMBREEVILLE. rimr. SALE OF TIMS IlKSllt.MIIiB IOPJ!HTY, nil j iwYiTiiHtvi ior nnu uio iirst iuy nr novoinluT, tfl liy ciitm -nt of iartli until tho Eighth iluv nf nucum. uir, litia. J. n, HII AMtLI',, 11. al I.ntutn .v l.nml Amnt. novat-ln llrlHtol, Ti'iin. GUOVESTEEX & CO, PIANO FOETE MANUFACTURERS, 499 BROADWAY NEW YORK rpnE ATTRNTION OF TUB T'fllMC AND TUB trade are Invited to our NkwKcai.II 7 OCTAVE ItOHK. " 01)1) 1 IANO FUHTKS. wh eh for volumoaiid nurltv of toiuiaro unrlviillinl, by any hltlierlo oll'ered fu thin innrKi'i. iney contain nil tim minlerii iniiirovenientH. French, Olim.l Action, lliirn 1'e.lul. Ir.in Krame. Over. Mtrilim Uiih., Ac, aud eiieh Iriitt rtitifti t bulmr made un. Her tin' periiniial HUp. rHnlon or Jlr. J. II. UiiovmiKtu. who Inn had a prnetlcnl experience of over &' year. In lar. iiu'ir ui'iiiuiih.hi re, la iiuiy wurr.llll. u in evrrv tiartlcu. Tho "GnovRSTKEH I'iano FoitTKS " rcccivod tho nwnrd of merit over all others at the celebrated V orld 8 Fair. Wnero worn exhibited liitriim"nt. from thn he multnrHof London, I'arl.. Oermaiiv. I'l.lln.l. h.l.ln ll .l. tlmore, lliwton, and Now Vurk: and alKnnt thn Ann.rl. can liiHlllute tor nvn .uciwclvo year., tho Rnld and .li ver meuim ironi noiu or which cun bo neon ut our warn riiom. liy thn Inlroiluctloit nf Improvement, wn mnlm n .till nmri in rnnt I'iano rnrln, and by iieuiufiicturlnit Inrce. ly, with ll .trlelly cuili .y.toin, nro enabled lonir. r tiio.H iiixtriiiueiiiii at a nr co w h eliwl nreelu.lo ull cnnintltlon. i'iuck No. l, Bevon octuvn, round cornoni, RosowooJ No. 'J, Hovon Octnvn, round corner., Ito.cwoo.1 heavy inniiMliiK t-'HW. No. :i, Heven Ortuvo, round cornoM, Iloiv"6ol lillllll en.o col, Ij.jiim ai v .tyin $.ri'i. Terms : Net Cash in Current Funds. DESCUIPTIVn ('NtCULAH! SENT Fit EE. ' A, A 0. Nov. a ly. IIOSS & LAMPSON, Jonesboro', Tcnn. A COMPLDTE STOCK OF NEW GOODS HOSS & LAMPSON JIavo jtiHt received n luro nnd fino ftSHoi'tnicnt ol 3M23-W GOODS (JoiiHiritiiitf in part of DIIY flOODH, flUOCKItlKH, ; 1 1 A 1 1 1 ) A K V, , QIK K X W ARR, llUOTH, .SIIOICS, HATH, CAI'fl, KIJADV.MADK CI.OTIIINU, . TINWAKK AND NOTIONS. Givo us ft rail lioforo purcliUHlng elHowlioro. TPi! trill take in exehanyn for Goods, All kinds of country PUOTJUCJi; And Unevmnt Monnj at the highest market prim. IIOH.S k LAMPiHON. .Tonesboro', Tenn. Nov. 3 Cm. Notice lo Hlocklioldors. ornni; KAnttmNM. a va, n.tLunAi!nMPAittr, Kll.iXVllle, Tlin. "etol. r 1TIII, wn. flUIR Atininl Meeting of .irlit,.l,.r for tlm Klee- I tleiinf IUHK.I Tiillri for the t'nnipan Mr lh en. '!f! -r. will he ,eM ot Kn"vlll. rn tlie .. Ihur.dnr, tlig Till,, nf Nnti-mlier nett u.Mfl le) J " 1 1 V 1; r. V, fi'-'t, Ti wr. . -. . TIC . T -TtTTTTiFT House; Sign,' Fancy & Ornami Paper7Hangcr.& Uphokci? r" i"" " mi Mima ui tuiuiiuir mm no, ptirn llrilAtlllnf fll:1 lfllll.ll.i.rl.i J-.. it.- ..1 a-i iico. anil un ri'rt.-titn'iiiii' tnrtiia am nr.i... ,.t .hi,il. k HMfif rmu itiiiiiiu vmvv. JuiiL-HLHini. Turn ATTACHMENT NOTICE. TSAAC CRAFF0KD, vs. GEOltOE MOUB Tennessee, or so absconds, that the ordinary '"".im ui mi: iiiw uiinuoi uu uervcu on nun .....I ..i . .1 i . i.. . ........ WI,IIHU ll Ulllllill UIIIIUUIIIOU Justice of said County, and the same havlnir 6...W ULiituuil, IVbUlllVU UC1UIU HUII1U been returned before mo on the 30th, day of ; oopi., ibo5. Levied on the Ueruidents pro- ; perty. It is therefore ordered by tne, that pub lication be rnnde for four successive weeks in . the " Union Fluff." notifylncr enld dofendent to nppear before mo nt my office In the 13th, Civil District, In Washington county, on tlm loin, any or kov.. 18GS. nnd answer, or tlio same will be proceeded with ex parte. - X. ii. IIAVt i), J. I QCtl3w2)rsfce?5. ATTACHMENT NOTICE.. TSAAC JACKSON va. J.D, GIIjSON. TUB X l'laintitr on Affidavit says, that the defen4- cut Is Indebted to him, and Is a non-resident of Teuuessee, or so absconds, that the ordin ary process of the law cannot bo nerved on biin, and, Laving obtained an original attach ment against the defendent, returned beforo some Justice of said County, und tho Bftnm having been returned ' beforo me, on the 3rd, day of Oct., 18G5. Levied on tho defendcnU property, it Is thereforo ordered by mc, that jjuuiit.iiiuii uu iiiuue ior lour successive wccKI in tho Union Flag, notifying said defendent to appear before mc nt uiv oflku in thn 13th. Civil Cistrict, in Washington County on tbar IStti, day of Nov., 1805, nnd answer, or tho same will be proceeded with ex parte. . i T. H. HAWS, J. P. ' octI3w4pd. ' , ATTACHMENTS. i Aumlumht lull. SAMUETj IATTl'KK vs J..,)i tj. Ulna nti.l Mn t, lilica ut ul. In tliln c:is- it uiiKiirliii from tlio nil. ua- (iuimln cim;iii1aiints Mil, tlmt the drfi-ntlanta W. 11, 8uvlr Ruil'KetilH'U Kutlily nro uoiLivnlilciitii of tbii Ktutu ot Ttnnem It Is ordered Unit pnlilicntlnii be nm.le for four fiicciMlvt' ww ltd In tho Joiienlioro' L'thia ' l l.iir, IL.tlfyilix Kiii.l defi Uilarila tu umieur lirt.rn ti,a ' C'hiiuoory fourt In hliiiiiitvllla, on tliu third Monday of November iiuxt, nnd plead, Atipwerur demur to coin l.hiuiuit.H Mil, or tlio hiiiiiii will b? tukeu fur cunfi-Mud ami net for hearing ex mrto. IS Sejit A co Bej.l lirnlto JJ - -. Test, W JULLLEMX, (J & M. 17 4.E. H.WnSTT,iA.;i:. JACKSON. THE M.AIK J. tlirou nin.luvlt miy tlio defeiidimt 1 Justly In. ilvbtedor liiibln to them nml In n nnu-renldeut of Ti.'iiua . uiv, or so almcuii.lM tlmt tho onlinnry proceim of the law ciiiiiuit be nerred on lilin, and luivlng obtained an origi nal attiielniieiit iienlnst the defeiiilatit Olid thu aawa having been retm nwl beforo mo on tho 8th day of J a ly, 1;.1, levied ou defendants nn -K iitv. It In ll.ernfo ordered by mo thut puhllrntioii bo t ,wlo fur four ucco- mvii wihUii In the Jinu nlioro' I nlun i liifr, nollfyltiif ..Id defeiidiiiit to apimir before mo nt my ollico In Joumboro' on thu list iluy of Jutiunry. lbi.5. mid auawur. or th fnino f ill be proceeded with ox nrlii. ugi-,uii;j--j 4. t, ultlSUAM, J, fi I.1DVAItI v A. K. JACKPON. rialtitlff 'j on allldavlt. :iy tlmt thu defendent Itt tunttv In. debted or llublu to him nml Ik a tioii-rutddentiif Ten no.. oo, or no alvcutul. thut tho ordinary proce.nof law ma not 1h nerved on him, mid Imvliin obtulni d nil original utliichtnent upilnnt mid d. feiuliiut retuniod biiforu tu on the 30lh dy of Juno, 1SW, levied on dvfondaBta prntierty, It In thereforo ordered that publication bo iiih.Io for four (.ucre.fivo week. In tho 1 lilon Flag n. tirying mild defendunt to appear nt my olliee In Joneibo ro,' on tho lnt day of January, 1SUH, and answer, or tho raiiin will bo pruuecded with ox pai to. oevn ujj-j 4, r. UUISUAU. J, P, I.DWAItn WEST ra A E JACKSON. Tlm riwln J tllfon nlliduvit nay. (hut tho defendant I. lu.llv In. dehted or linhle to him, and I. a lion.ro.idoiit of Ten nessee, or no nlmrond. thut tho onillinry iroce. of law ciinnot ho served on him, and Imvlnis obtained an orig inal auaciinieiii HKiini.t mill ilereuiliuit, rotumod b foro uie, on tho m day of July, Ihi;.',, levied ou do fundunt. nrolierty. It I. thereforo oidenil Hint nnhll. cation he iiiado ior four nutriHseivo week. In tho L'nlan I'liiir, notiryliir kiiIiI il. Ti ii.liint to niiuenr iHifi.rn nin at my ollico iu Join id.nio' on tho let day of Januarr. Html, and nnswur, or tho tuB. will U tirornled rlh ox irte, oeUTulM85J J. F. CltlSUAM, J. P. toiin Mini's t. m:k TAvi.nn. ti.b m.-ihit t on nlllilavit say. the defendant IsJimtlv Indi hted tr. lilm and In u 11011-ronldeiit of Tonno.wn, or .n ali.cond. Unit tho onlinnry urori of tho law oniinot ho r. 011 him and tmvinit ohtalneil an orlluul nttnelimnnt axalti.t the ilefeiidunt returned before mnon thn li'.HU uny 01 aiikum, iKii.'i, lavieii on dereiiilnnt. iri.iorty, It I. ordored Hint iuhlienllnn lw inmle for four .ucccmIt .ToekK, tiotlfyliiK mild defendant to upp. nr IxToru mo at my nfllce;in Jonashoro', 011 tlm Sin M day of Kehrua ry. WA, and nn.wtr. or the nuuo will bo nroeaail with ex Kirt", octiinj-'ij J, F. GKIiSIIAM. J. P. LAND FOR SALE. I Witt proceed to .ell, on Saturday the 2.111, of No. vemher m xt, nt the Into rcnldeiicoof Chrl.tlnn mi. Itur, dee'd, llvo mile. Smith of Jonrtd-onuiKh, lylni on tlio road li .illni! fnim Jnneiilinro' to llurnenvllmi. N. O . a trai t of I.iui.l, cnutiilulng 17" Acre, of excellent Innd. n very ilcircnldo .ituntlun. It will ho .old, If de.lred. In two parrels, to milt lUrclin.eM. Terms of .nle mad Uiiown on day of mile. il. 1. IIOHINO, Kx' r of ocuf uiprmeesnj Clirl.lliin Klliinrdec'd. Slate of Tonncsspc-ln (b.mm al Illonnlvillc. AI,KltKl) Jlel'IIATUlDdK AJHAUAII St. MclMIAT ridiw v. Juine. Urvfin, and liohert Scott, Kx'r.. of Iriinre. llo lp.., dec detal, It )ii-rliiK to th. .iitli. fiietlmiof the Clerk that tho ilefemlniitH riniiiiiel lloilgo., Kllxiilii'tll Hull mid llilithnv! 1 nil nrn noii.ro.ili ni. r tho Stntonf Teiine..i.e, It I. thereforo ordered that inihllratlon he mu le for four .nee. .nlvii week. In thn Jiine.lioro' I'nliui I'lnit, .notlfylnn mid il.'f. inliiiit. tu appear lu fure thn Clmnery Court at tho Court IIiiomi In llliiuulvllle mi tlm lid Mnnduy of November nml, nml nmkn d. fi neo to mi l hill or tlm nini. will ho la- Ken n. rnnrefseii nnu .Jt rnr lienrliiit ex inirte. O0ltli7pr.reeSriJ V1I,I,IAM MUIil.KNIX, (,'. A if. Nolict1 lo Creditors Kcud ! C10L 0. A. EAMK3, KKQUF.HTS US TO snv to nil those who nro Indebted to him fnf bliiies, Hoots nnd Flour, or in fact, nil thoif wim nre Indelited to him on nny nccount, ho Is wllllnc to reduce the prlo of said nrttclei to what they nro sellinfr at, nt tho present time. And ns for Money ho loaned, whore U was Confederate money, ho Is willing for th jinrly owing lilm, to say what ho will pay hlin, nnd lit- will In) fuitlnflud as ho will con sider it only fulr and Just to settle In that way. Address, COL. U. A. EAMIH1, ortJTwl.l. Kmoxvillb, Tamr. ' nm.u;iM. 1, 1, tow, AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE, BY GMSHAM & ROSS. JoM;siiiiiii)tiiii, Kwm.i riiiin t'NPKiisniNKn, iiavino PHnniicn tub I lei l it" nnd Ci.mniodloii. Vtiirohiui.n on Mnln Ntr . lippoalte Mr. CIIiiiiiu'. Tlnuurai KhIiiIiI l.hiiintit , tr iiieiiiirnl lu M'i'lv.i on i "ii'MiiMiiieiil, (JiiiiIih of evr de.i:rlitlin. for .nln either prl vntely or at AUCTION. Att who liar ntir onnns, nr ctiocnuiKH, iiui;Mini.i or hrrninv KtlltNI'I'l UK. IIIIAIN, UTOfK," lAUMINU I'fKNMII.H 1. tu f.u I fvervlhliiit romprlelnii "uiovnl.li. eir-i," and (or wlili Ii tlm owner d' .lre. fh In hnnd, would do well to give u. a trlnl, Our flu lllilei for .turlna OihhI., fiirnliur., llinlu, he., nrn e.iell. lit, and wn would re.pi rl fully ikilii ll tin. .iHn.iiue of tl,,, pnl. lie. , HAM'N rverv Haliir.lay, Court and other pnl.llc day.. Will lie luilill.lii-d III thn ('.leu fin,,, nnd Ihiniiuh 1 1. nil nui. nniHiiAM h iti wn. tinvStf Ahctlnn h Ci.millli....B Mnrrh.llt., Iti;irui:w4i:si 1 n 1 .1 . . till IV n NtrVllll MiHir., KAMKN h 'WIM. Menu. 1,011 AN A I.OUAN. IIIIN.H. I. nlllr'r'ITIf. Konrvillt, 1'Mm, AmnctBy Dlaoks for mile attht Fhg offle