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LIUS OCES & CO.. OLtSALB AND RETAIL DEAIIKI IS GOODS, FANCY GOODS, VD' manufacturer! t Mena, Boys' kYontui'. and Children's CLOTHING, rand Cadi. Boots and flhnti Hnr Himt door South of Clinch Street, near Kz. hi Pfflce, KNOXVILLE, TENN. mny26tr. NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK OP ?ring and Summer Dry Goods! WnOLBBALl AND- RETAIL, ' Earns & Wilds, (y Street, KNOXVILLE, TENN AVE just reoeWed nnd opened b tnpe- I rior stocir. of new nnd fashionable miMU AL OUUlItiJiin uuuuo, onsistlair of Ladies' Dress Goods. Heady. tf-j- ii.t.f - p !. n-A. In.". tint. Ql.n.. KmUm J Jr. .11 f t,lnk they will dispose of at a reasonable profit.- We Invite the public generally to call an examine our stock before purchasing else where. may26-tf EAMES it WILDS. IBW1S DAVID. JoetPB davd. lsaxctu NEW FIRM OF L. DAVID & CO., KNOXVILLE, TETOESSER. HAVE OPENED A LARGE AND WELL assorted stock of DRY GOODS, of all inscription. Also a good assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Caps, Trunk9, and a large asortment of OENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Thankful fur the patronage extended to (is during the past year, we respectfully solicit a eoutinuanco of the same, at tho new store un dtr Ramsey's Hall. The attention of the county Storo-kpepers is called to our stock of Goods, which will bo sold to their ndTaotage. Call and exam ine our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. L. DAVID, JOSEPH DAVID, aug2Mf. E. SAMUELS. - CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN ! COUNTRY BUYERS WILL FIND IT TO their advantage to call on VICTOR BURGER, , , . . (JAY STREET, fyxt: Door to I. Jotcph & Co., Aue x; t ionr.ers. KNOXVILLE, TENN. , We keep constantly on bund a large and well nssofted stock of Cotbing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Tobacco and Cigars, Dry Goods, Notions, Cutlery, ic, Ac, nil of which we will soil at the lowest market pric. DONO NOT FORGET TO GIVE CS A CALL faj Remember the place, Tay26tf. , VICTOR BURGEE. W. II. LILLARD, Wholesale and I.citiil Grocer, WEST StDF, GAY ST., Between CumbcrlrtiidandChureh Streets, may2G-tf KNOXV1LLB.TENN Medicines, Paints, Dye Stuffs, PAPER, INK, ENVELOPES, ruRV I'MEin , l'I0'AT!, TOBACCO, fl'K'E', IANIIE. Ht.VlSONS, its?. ; scc.vn. TOILET ' AND FASCT " AKTK't.ES. wiin ii wim. lrrsor.n at ttte lowest prices. rtjifscRinio.Ns caiiemlly killed. W. M. LANDRET1T, Druggist. Mail) St.. opposlloTin Sliop, Jini-lru' Tftin.iut2" 1v O L013 E SALOON : ' BY DANIELS & PERRINE. Opp. Depot, next to Union Hotel JONESBORO', TENN. TEtnl.l, KINDS (IK WINKS'. MUCOUS. UIIAK K hlK. !., of nil iti-nTlPtlcnu. WiinMrwpeetfnlly snlirH tlw ratroimKi f tlx commuulljr or JnucsUuro mid inrnmniilng ci.tintiy. ng2.Mf. A. KKNNEHT, jn. A. A. KENNEDY KENNEDY & BRO., OA Y BTHKET, First door west of the Exchange and Deposit Hrtnk, KNOXVILLE, TENN. WHOLESALE nhd Uetail Grocers and CoimiiMsiuii Me-rchants; dealers in Cotton Yams, Itrown Domestics, Flour, ! can, Hardware, Queensware, Sugar, Coiree. and keep constantly on ban da large lot of Suit and family supplies geueraily. mny20 tf TOV.ICS! STOVES! JAMES B. HOXSIE, , .. KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, ftrnx of run mo coffek ror, rnl'LD IlESriiCTFULLY ANNOUNCE .to tlio people, of East Tennessee, that the eo-purtuentbip between himself and T. G. Hrownlow, bavintt been dissolved, lie Is now oflVringrt NEW STOCK of HOUSE FUKNISil 1NG GOODS, nt reduced prices. Tin-ware, Castings of all descriptions, extra stovo ves sels, Jlakq Ovens, Skillets, Sad Irons, extra I. ids, ic. Tin-waio anil Cti.ttiniri by the Wholesale. JAS. 11. HOXSIE. ju2:ttr. . LAUREL HILlTcHOOLT" S t It lUIDYLESVILLE. TENNEHEE. I"3.LL Bif slon opens on Monday, Septemb ' ; ' 4th 180S. titnos rta srssion. TRIMARr Ct AHS $1 no. Miimilb Class, (English and Latin, $1000.. II to iuu Class, (ScirncpsandClasslcs,)$1600. An Incidental fee of Bfty cents per scholar. books luruishcd the school en reasonable terms. Wo iro thankful for past pntrortnp. x . HENDERSON PKESNELL. nngl8 mO. Envelopes and Nolo Paper, 4 T WHOLESALE PRIORS, BENT BY J ms'.l, post pflld, on reclpt rf the price fuo DnlT li'ttnr envrlnpH, rtr Mldi Si 00 hot rom .iiiior thick ni'tn ppur 8 00 (Hn boa iW) new iijrl" P nqiiu .iitcIi f I 1 00 liV Cuniirjr mlor ViHtr i nlnp 4 00 Hnitifilpn iti.i i rvqun't'il. 1IASKIXS i C'n., Mli5D'rii int rat9fo JfluuftC' tiiivri, 00 Uiiiltuiiiu Pnctmt, York. f njiiiMAS nt-Ntov vii ctonar inxtit tu4 levi I Mntoir, Ocnriin tntpr. nmvt tht rmpuod.til. Iu ll7l mr, Iwlnt s unn.m.M.nt of this Ditto, II la ord'r. rl lint vul ll ( Ion l uucln for fi.r HUirmiiiWt wwlrt lulhx "I'nloa Hail," imllfrltin mM rnipon'l.trt to p prnr bnfiipn tint I hunrnry r.aiit M Jntii'ithurn, n llm .iMOtut Munilnr "f MT. llrH "l lin n- In mk il..f,.nM iu it! !. r lm win nt l' Ukun fr tni-fi.n-l, n x'l "t fur h-nrii'V eipurln. p.iliT..' JlfSKT tl1?1! ' M. CiCBi. ' ' 1 lEV-bRifiniBEisr THE CHAMBERLAIN AXD ' VANGILDER, WB01E8ALB AND RETAIL DM GISTS Old Drug Store, Gay Street, Knoxville, Tennessee WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING the people of East Tennessee that we bare now completed our arrangements for having constantly In store a very large stock of . I Drugs and Chemicals, Patent Medicines, I Physicians' Pocket Cases, Trusses and Supporters, Surgical Instruments, . Dye ' Stuffs, Paints, in Oil nnd Dry. . Tanner's Oil and Lampblack, Window -Glass and Hollow Ware, Toilet Articles nnd Perfumery, Wines, Liquors & Cigars. Comprising in part, the following articles. Ayer's Sursapnrilltt, Ayer'8 Cherry Pectoral, Ayer's Ague Cure, Jayno's Expectorant. Jayno'a Alterative, . Jayne's Curminatira Balsam. Hoatettcr's Stomach Bitters, I Doak's Plantation Bittorj, Hoofland'a German Bitters, I ' Blackberry Carminative, VTiatar'B Balsam of Wild Cherry. - i Balsam of Hoarhound, Dr. Guysott'a Dock and Sarsuparilla, " ' Hall's Balsam for tlio Langs. Eaclwtty' Keady Relief : Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Mexican Mustang Liniment, ! Arabian Liniment. American Gargling Oil, ; XiUdluin s bpocine, Emerson's 0. K., ; Uanter s Capsules, Indigo Sweet Oil, I Madder, I Cud bar, Lard Oil, Varnish, White Lead, jRed Lead, Blue- Stono, Window Glass, Putty, Spice, Pepper, t , I Logwood, ! Ited Sanders, Copperas, ; Alum, Linseed Oil, ! Tunner's Oil, . Coal Oil, Castor Oil, (j in gor, 33 H. I IVI STONE. AYER.S.WRIGIIT'S, HRANDUETIl'S, RIIOE ! BACK'S.MAFFETTS HAD WAY'S, COOK'S, JAYNE'S nnd BLUE MASS PILLS PTTLS ! ! ! Physicians are especially 'invited to exam ine our large stock of ' , CHEMICALS. which we have selected with especial refer ence to their wants. Way We prof3s to sell only PfnF.'DRUGS and we ask our customers t" return any arti cle which proves otherwfRe.-ia Also, a large assortment of LU BIN'S PHALOyfS,k HAZIN'S Porfumoiy. Choice Wines and Liquors, OF ALL KINDS Warranted of the best quality in the ; market. may 20tf. CAR P ;e n it e :r T& m unsonT deneral Claim Accnts, fir$. J. B. CARPENTER, late Lieut, nnd Adjutant 1st Tennessee Light Artillery. ST S. MUNSON, Into Lieut, nnd Adjutant 8th Tennessee Cavalry, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of East Tennessee that they have open ed an oflico iu KNOXVILLE for'the purpose of adjusting ftirl collecting all classes of claims against the Government for supplies aken and informal vouchers given, und sup plies taken and no receipts given, nnd for ser vices rendered. Prompt attention j.'ien to settlements of officers' accounts. Stoppage of pay removed, nnd certificates of nou-in-debteduess obtained for resigned oflicers. i Reasonable prices charged. ! Vouchers bought or collected at lowest prices. B3L OITicc 1st door South of Excbaugo Bank. Gay St., KnOXVillO, Ton. i I'ost Uiiice llox 188. ) Rbikbbncks (iov. W. G. Biownlow, Gen. A. C. (Jillcni. Cot. L. C. liouk, (.'apt, McNcisb. muy iti tt". Two Doors North of the lnt Offlec, KXOXl'JUE, TEXX. DEALERS IN DRY GOODS and GROCE RIES, TOBACCO and CIGARS, at Wholesalo and Retail. Persons visiting Knosvillc, will please five us a call. Jn2lf jt. LJ'OOPER , IjRO. DR. P. H. CARDWELL HAS THIS DAY EK EEC TED A.N Alt rnngemcnt by which v will be able In the future to supply nil person who tuny de sire, from a single to a full set of teeth, on the Vulcanizod Rubber Base, Being the latest improvement in our professi on, und having been sufllrirntly tested to warrant III utility, wo tako ptessuro' in re commending it nsbclngfarprclernUeln many respects to any other base lioretolbro used. It en n bo used in many Instances where nil oth er materials fail. No one need, therefore, de spair. Call on mo, give meyo iswoik and I will demonstrate these facts. Remember Hint a full set of teeth on this method cost only half what they would on gold, and jet preferable In all repecH. llenpertiulty, P. II, CARDWELL. inny2tl-(im )rC(MN(iliM BRISTOL, TENNESSEE. TEALE(t IN DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. If BOOTS nnd SHOES, HATS, CAPS, DYHTtr r W, MiTIUNS, Ac. A general as- nrfmntit. lif tt'lllrll. lift Intntwl. Call nnd examine prim, before purchasing Urteirnere. wcc.upies, MR. JAMES' OLD STAND. July M,tf. m & LVM. ioIcbhIo Soaloi-H in DRY GOODS & GROCERIES, DEADERICITS Bl CX, GAY STREET, KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE. tmv2tr, Adjoiiiiiis the Custom House, Knoxvillo,Tonn. II. H. IIIODON, "1TTH0LESALE nnd retail dealer In Groce y rlcs, Family Supplies, Dye Stuffs, Ac, arty. A full supply tl superior (iuods co ttdn'iy ou bno'l, uiv.''!iji EAST TENNESSEE UNION FLAG. FARMS 900,000 or BEST EABMim IsiUXTDS, ; FOB slb BT THE Illinois Central Railroad Company, IN T2ACTS TO SUIT PTJHCHABEE9, jclt low pnioEis. ' The IlliiiD.s rentr&l Hai'.roail cxUnJa from I)ud!o.i1i,Iii lbs nnrlli-wriUira (art of the FUto.to CUro, In the extrrtne southrrn pan, with a branch from fc!i;ru!ia, one IniDdroH r.nd thirteen tnUVs north of Oalro, ti Cblcago, on tht eliorc nt I ake jlichlgan aUojctlicr a HnsiU of 701 roi!c and the land which la offered for sale is situated uixn either tide uf the tuck, Iu no Insbnc : at a creator dletaacs tUua Mivca mllos. Illinois. 0 , The r.'.pU dewlopmc-nt cf flUnils, Its stady Increas j In pop jlrjloa and wealth, nnd its capacity to prodoc t'if.tp fool, ars mattera fnr wonder nii'l adn.irulion. Tlo Uulttd E'aUa Commisiiiouw of grlciiltnro estimates the amounta cf ttio principal crops of 1861, for tUo wlinlj country, n follows: Indian corn, 630,681,403 burhcte; wheat, iao,4P.r,8-23 bushels; oat.?, 17C,,C0O,0Ct htithclit; of wbioh the farms of Illinois yielded lC?.W0,ia5 bueliels of Indian coraj' Cn,";i,r3 tmshe! cf wheat; and 24,273,741 bwahcta of oata In reality more than one-fourth of the corn, troni than 0113 iu't'a cf tlio wheat, aud (ilucst oue suruDth of the oats pro duced fc. all the Vnllod States. .:. Gram-Ctcck Raising. rre emlncLtiy the f.rot In ihtl'tt of Rraln eiporiins States, IlEnote Is also the preat cattle Slate of tht Colon. Its fertile prairies aro well adapted ly naiuri) to tho raising of cattle, sheep, horses and mules; and In the Impertnnl Interest of pork pecking, St 1s fur In rdvanoo of every other Rile. The seeding of tbes prolrio lands to tame grasses for padurajo or hay, oilers to farmers with capital tho most profitable results, Tho kiy crop cf Illiuois is 1604 lin stiroatcd ct 2,100,725 toiic, wiiieU Is wvro tUuu half a mlilion tvu larger than the crp of any other Statc.'cxcoi ting only Xrv Vork. Coltcn, Tcbjcco, Tlax. The riMivnlion of tihnceoand rottou l i soutlioru liliuo.s hua been largely flimuUted hy the high prices vrbldi have prevailed !nce the outbreak of I'.io rebellion. Ihe crop cf tobacco in this State, for 1604, is set down at 1S,8D7,72J lbs.; and whilo the returns from l!io cotton srcwinR counties are Incomplete, Uiey aro yet sufficient to show a large Increaso in tlm prc.1i:ct-.l'uC ill). I .ireful calculation placing tho increase ut fifty per cent. Poighum Is now classed among tlio staphs if i::iuo:3. The making of sugar from the beet is receiv ing some attention, and experiments upon a lares teak' v. ill bo reads during the coming season, ilemp and flax are grcwu In almost every part of tho State, i.nd or a quulliy equal to the best European. - Fruit. .Almost all tlio fruits of .the temperate litltudo aro produced In lilinniB. Teafhes, pears, plums, straw berries, and every rarkiy of garden vegetables, are produced in great tbuudanco In tho eontral and southern districts of llm t-'t.it.-, aud aro supplied to lhicajo,:.t. Louia and linclunati, tho cxcvUcut railway facilities Insuring a quick niurket in a)J the peaces. . . ; Inducements to Gcff'crs. Tlio attention of perrons, wIiofo limited means, forbid t'.ie purebnso of a homestead in tlio older States, Is particularly Inrit. d to these lamlx. Wlllilu trn years fue lliinoii Central Eailroad Company has sold 1,400,000 acres, to more than 20,00 actual settlers : and djrinj t'te last year 254.422 acres a larger aggregate of sales than In any oue year fince the oi-.niiig of th road, la-! farms ure told tn tracts of forty or eighty acres, suited to the settler with limited c.apltd, cr In larger tracts, aa may bo required by the capitalist and stock ratesr. Tho soil is of unsurpassed fertility ; t!ie ci;m:.te is healthy ; t-ixcs nro low ; churches and schools aro becoming abundant throughout the l. n;;t!i and breadth of the Unto ; and communication with all tho great rourU'ki Is Bade easy through railroaJa, c.itials and rivers. PRICES AIJD TEEMS OP PAYMENT. The price of latnls varies from Z1 1 j 8ii an t upwards t acre, ami they aro sold on short Credit, or for cseJi. A dediicllon of (n per cent, from the credit pric? u tmdo Vi those who purchaso for caEb. . n.TAMri.Kt forty scree at $10 per acre, on short cnwlit; tlif prlaeliml np.pirter raso down balance ono, two nnd flurec years, ut tux per eent. interest, in advance, InTrsrrT. fBfteiAi.. rS PiUFtont I'at ui.nl m sue t'4r... 9 1'u no I'M 09 I ... 11 ) The Same I. oriel miy tber Ecrchn'l for IJIttOO fnxh. I'all Information on all pniuu. tegether with nuis,3'.iowiu; tlw exact location of Lauds, will bo fur n.alied mi appbciit mi, In pi'inon or by lutler, '.0 LAND COMMISSIONER, Illinois Central 11. R. Co., Chicago, Illinois. ITCH! ITCH!! ITCH!!! DR. URODIE'S Itch and Salt Eheum Cerate, Will euro the ltd) in turiy-cight hours. Tor sale cvervwli'-re. fHAMUKKLAIX A VAXfilLDEH. may 2iJtt' Wliolesal? Agents, S. E. GRIF ITH, m:.i.kk in" DRV GOODS AM GROCERIES HATS, CAl'ri. 1K)0TS, KIIOKS. HARDWARE, QL'KEXSWA And all kinds of LADIES' and UENTLE MUX'S 1 u r 1 1 iy 1 x i n Goods. NOTION'S anb FANCY ARTICLES JUMXnltO', TLW. JQUA) KESi'ECTFl'LLY INVITE THE Ladies nut (Jeiitlcincn of Jonesboro' and t'Uiroiiiiilina cotintrv to call atitl cviimlm' our Splendid Ktock of Ooods beforo pur eliusinp elsewlicrc. In llm Croccry lino we lia riUOAll, ('(.IFI'I-.E, INDlOO, MADDER, ALUM, LOO WOOD, SODA, (lIXOER.'Sl'iri:, And everything else nsuatly kept in a Dry floods nnd Grocery Establishment. Give tis n call. :. E. OKIFI'ITII. atic23tf liESiliEBiXUNFFliirMOl ON AND AFTER OCTOUKU FIRST, lfY private biiiuln, ten acres of good and, well (onced,land sitiiutcil a tew rods from the corporation line of the town of Joni'-iboro', Washington County, Tennesscs. A cheap bargain may he expected for cash or stock. For further particulars apply to I. WAL LACK, Market House, at th CoiH-tllousr, Jonesboro', Tenneiises, eep22prs feejrioo. U, S. Siinitarv Coininishioo Army nnd 1 liiim Asrnry, 3XT O O II AIIGE FOR SI5R VICES. CHARLES SEYMOUR, LoomI Agent. OlHce, Lamar House, Knoxvllle. rpilKT. S. SANITARY COMMISSION J desliliijr to rcllrvc Soldiers, nnd their families from tho heary expenses usually paid for tho prosecution ofsttvlt claims, have established this Agency, to culled pensions, orrenru of pny, bounty and other claims n gainst ths (lovcrnmetit, WITHOUT niAROK (Ht EXPENSE OF ANY KIND WHATEVER TO THE CLAIMANTS. On application sent lo (his Agrncy, stating the nam nnd pent office address oltut claims ant, the name, rank, comnony, regltrjant, scr- v'.oe, and Stnte of soldier on whoso tccouut tlio claim Is muds, dais of discharge or death, the proper blanks will filled out as fur ni possible and forwarded to the person apply ing. These ran be executed nnd returned to this oflicc, where the claim will be prosecii. rd lo a final issue In tho SHORTEST possPto time AnglO-tr. NOTICE. VLT perrons are u"hrv tintlflml not to trndn fur a certain not nf hn nil nsiented hy lit" utiH"rl1i"d lor Twenty IMIims, lo ono 11.' tiry Wiiimli, . hii" lliu. In I I'luiiniy or Miifli, 111 well lein. ml' n I. Paid li l nit i olitnlti"! I y IVii't'l ti I "III ii"t 1 aid. ,--t':7 ti'.1'! JAM ll'.'Vr ILJLslWOIS. ACHES TUB each y n:-. IRTKI'ST. ttuO rameiFAL. l' O a lOOOO rajucnt Iu two year... . " tbrrQ jan . n. n. HiTi.nn. It. C. DONNELLY BUTLER & CO., Ccy Si., South Mam, arf tlimr East title, KXOX'VILLE, TENN., TPVEALEUS in Sirinjr and Summer Dry J (loodii, Rciidy-Mitde Clothing, Ilitrdu are, Quccnsw arc, Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, nnd nil kinds of Dye-Stuffs ; besides 11 11 assort nieut of other goods too tedious to mention. Would rei.pectlully solicit the patronngo of their friends iu tht upper counties, tnuv.b' If jOESlMioalDNTFrjiL rnni: undersigned having leased the plupi fty (so well known as the Ili.Aiu E.mino lioLSK,) sititiited on the Kist Tctnics.'ee and Virginia Rail Road, iu the town of Juni'sboro', Tciiti., immediotcly op posile the Depot ami iu the most business part of the tou 11, w here he l o H,s by giving his whole attention to the bushiest, to merit the patronage of nil who may favor him with it call. His Hniiiu is large and well furnish ed, mid being able lo accommodate more tliaii siiy hoiiso on the line, be therefore challeng es competition. In connection with the Hotel is a SHOE and ROOT Shop, GROI'EEY STORE and a FIRST-CLASS SALOON, where (he most fas tidioiuTcau bo accommodated. JAMES I. It. BOYD, sept 22 Sole Proprietor Union Hotel. Millinery, llo;ik and SSlm.vl House! 518 Ih-oatlirmj. N. Y. : 516 Main tt. Lovizi'illc.: 17 Public Square, Nash ville. 214 fit- Mtmyhii, 19 Utti Knoxvtlk. f" 'IcnncsM'C. OTIS & Co. WHOI.HSAtn DBALEnS H Millinery Goods, Cloaks, and Shawls of every Variety. Oj'iottte Connn , Ihrkmmn, h'XOX 1 l.l.E, (tLOAKS, NKtvSiVLKS, OUR OWN MAN j iilitcture, nnd Importers, Jobbers nnd lie tnilers of MILLINERY und STRAW GOODS, such its Hounds, Huts, Flowers, Feathers, Plumes, Gimp and liugto Trimmings of til 1 description, 10 which we Invito tho special atlenlion of Merchants and Milliners. 1 111 111 fill a 1 0 attention pnld to orders. OTIS h CO., (Jaytt. Knoxvillf, Ttnn. Bfty. P. S.-Wanted a young man of cx periuncc. No shoemaker need apply. Ju2tf 0. & CO. "liROWNLOW ATKINSON. ,IHVELKU RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE PUtl lie that ho has opened a Shop for Rp puirlng Watches and Jewelry; and will do nil kinds tfwork In (he Silversmiths' line. Shop In W. 0. Gnmmou'sold Exchange oflicc, Jonesboro', Tennessee. Ju23tf. TITniAN JOXES tt CO. vs Z. L. DURSON. I' Tin rrspondetit in this cause having left the State of Tennessee, or so nhsconds or ronteals himself that (ho ordinary tiroeett of law cannot be served upon him, It Is ordered j that publication bo made for foul ineeesslv j weeks In tho Union Flag, a p'lper pivbUnhod tn Jonesboro' notifying said delrndaiit to ap pour at tho May term, 18B0 of the Chance-' ry Court (0 bo hold In Jonesboro' on the 2d ' Monday of May, 18(10, thou and there to makn bis defense, or it will be taken as confessed slid let for bearing rx parte. ii'.'V VprnlVi II. IIO.'.'S, C. k M. GREATVTCT01tY ! 17 V E R Y L0Y.AL UNION CITIZEN OF li East Tennessee Is informed that high prices are at last conquered. J. W. PATTERSON, & CO., Hearing of tht decline ot goods, have visited the Northern' markets, end have purchased large additions to their stock of goods, at the low prices, aud are now opening the fiuest as sortnient of Serine Goods ever brougntto this market, even before tho war. Orent variety of Dress Goods, Spring Gaiters nnd Slippers, Skirt Trimmings, lluttous nnd Rid Gloves, Silk Mantillas and Paletos. -ALSO, Habit Cloth, Gold Mt'drtl Checks, Mozntnliiqucn, CluimbrnH, Printed JacconetB, Mourning Lnwns, Brilliants, Wool DcLftinon, Foulard Challis, Hamilton Check, Bernges, Crape Maretz, Organdies, Fancy Alpacas, Corsets, Skirts, Collars, Combs. Splendid Belts, -ALSO- an immense assortment of COTTON GOODS, PRINTS, DOOTS, " SHOES, HATS, CAPS, QUEEXSWARE, GLASSWARE, nnd a lnrpe lot of GnOOEHIES not equalled in the country, North or South J. W. Patterson & Co. may 2G-tf. Gay st., Knoxville, Tknx. Persons-Visiting Knoxville CAN PASS AWAY THEIR TIME PLEAS antly nt the STAR BILLIARD SALOON. In Ramsey's Hall, Gay Street, Knoxville, Tenn. J. L. & W. S. COOPER, ju2tf Proprietors DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!! DR. JAMES RODGERS, irf tide tf Cay tt., Lelv trn Cumberland 1 Church strrrtt KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, IT AS JUST RETURN hi) FROM THI' iorm wiin me largest una most cnoiee tock of goods ever brought into East Ten- ie?se. He buj-9 entirely for cash, therefore Is tn 'tiled to sell fifty per cent, lower than bete- otore purchased. DRUGS! CHEMICALS t PAINTS I OILS I DYE RTUl'FS! TOILET SOAPS I PERFUMERY I SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS I FANCY ARTICLES! TOOTH BRUSHES I ' Ac, Ac, Ac. The ladies arc particularly requested to call 1 nil examine our stock or , PERFUMERY! rhnlo n a Extract .Night .Blooming CcrciiP, Lubin's Extract Jockey Club, Extract Patcliouly, J'tirnett's Cologne, ALL OF THE LEST MANUFACTURE. DR. R. CAN RE COXSULTED PROFES. sionitlly nt the Drug Store during busi iiess hours, and tit- his residence, corner of l nmberliind nnd Locust streets, at other hours, when not professionally absent. PRESCRIPTIONS 4 CCURATELY PREPARED. The public arc invited to give in in n cali. Paints nxicl Oils, JUST RECEIVED im.t lov sitlo by ' DR. JAMES RODGERS. IOR PURE WIXES AXD LIQUORS, FOR medical purposes go tti DR. JAMES RODGERS I 70R A CHOICE ARTICLE OF TERFU. mery, fc'o to DR. JAMES RODGERS'. nC'R WINDOW GLASS OF EVERY SIZE, DR. JAMES RODGERS'. COAL OIL-JUST RECEIVED AND FOR sale by inny2tl-(im. DR. JAMES RODGERS, I H UMAN JONES & CO. vs A. E. JACK ' SOX. In this caso n (li 0 11 v 1 1 being niaile lint Defendant is a uon-resldent of Tennes see, and Load civen ns reoulretl In nttaclt- incut cases, it Is ordered that publication he. inn de for four successive weeks in tho Union Flag, a paper published In Jonesboro', noti fying said dcl'vndiiut tt) appear at (he May lerm, 1 miji of the Chancery Court, to bo held 111 Jonesboro' on tin 2d Monday of May, lfUKJ, then and (here tn maltr Ms defense, or It will be tnkcr,.ii coiilibnil mid set for In uring ex- .i.rl. iiov? prsfeef 3 If. HOSS, C !c M. T1'7 HITE k RWOPEvs W. ?. k W. 8. Hunt. The respondents in (his cause having left the Slate of Tennessee, or so ab scond that tho ordinary process of law can not be nerved upon them, it is ordered (lint publication bemnde for four successive weeks in tlio Union Flag, a pMper published in Jntie.iboro'i notifying said respondents to Ap pear at (lie May term IHGtl of (ho Chancery Court (0 bo held In Jonesborough on the 2d Monday of May, lBiid, (hen nnd there to make their deknse, or It will bo taken as confossed and set for hearing exparle. hot7 prsleeSftl II. HOSS, C. k M. ATTACHMENT JUSTICE'S COURT. STATE OF TENNESSEE. JOHNSON COUN. ty, Mary Arnold, vs. Wm. II. Arnold. In this ciinse, an atliii linu nt having been sued out nnd retnrned before me on the full day of Oct ,10(15, levied on two leather heds, live quills, three pillows, two straw beds, ono bedstead ad table, ns the property of (ha 1 defendant, in 4th, civil Dlst., Johnson CuuutI State- of Tennessee, nnd conditional judg. I ment having been rendered against said ile. 1 fondant for nineteen dollars and clghiy-elKhl ! rents, debt and cost of the suit. It is titers- j fore ordered by m thai puhlicstinn bo made ! for foil sttcreaslve weeks In tht tnlnn Flag, ! a ti'WBpnpor. published In the town of Junes-! boro', Tenn., ootifyitiff tho defendant to sp-; pent beforo me nt my house in Johnson (-'nun. 1 ty Tenn., on Saturday tho (Kb, tiny of Dv-eem 1 ber, A. D., 1805, and defend said unit or the tame will 9 proceeded with ex-parts, This 31st. tin v of October. 18(15. .V. T. WAGNER, J. P. uovlOM, Of Jobujon Count, NEW GOODS ! 1 ; AND'-.' ' . .-.() CHEAPAIGOODP.' H. L. Bradley's. HAVE, AND AM NOW RECEIVING THE. lnr et, si rgest stock ot uoods brought to this mar aince the war commenced, consisting: of I'nnts, ucminsa, marmots, ropiins, Mohair, ! Debnse, Shalla, Alpacca, Plaids, Orient' : Persian Twill, Foulards, Ginghams, Jaconet. Dannels, Linsey, Cotton Cheeks, Catnbrlct Linen Drilling, Table Linen, Ticking, Bleached and Brown Domestic. Also, a largo lot of Dresa Trimmings and Notions. . . . .1 Groceries of all Descriptions: We send all Bills to the Custom House, n have them permitted. Remember the place : 1 ! H. L. BRADLEY, - Corner of Gay and Uuior. threats, . may2G-3ra. , Knoxville, Tenn. , GOODS! GOODS!! GOODS! ! It A general assortment of Goods just received and for iale' -Corner of Cumberland nnd 1 -. ." Gav Streets. 2d door.' KNOXVTLIE, TENNESSEE, WHERE WILL BE FOUND A GREAT variety of ladiib dribs ooods, calicOii, ' Domestics, Ginghams, Cambrics, 1 . Checks, Piece Goods for Pants, Vests, Coots, etc., Balmorals, Flannels, Bed Ticking, Linings etc. A general assort-' ment of Hats, Boots, Shoes, and Queensware, and Stationery of all kinds. READY MADE CLOTHING, by the tingle gnrment, or In suits. Irish Lin. ens, Silk, Cotton, and Linen Handkerchiefs', Umbrellas, Hoop Skirts. Sugar, Coffee, Soda, Alum, pepper, Spice, Gincer, Mae, Nutmegs, Indigo, Madder, Test of all kinds, Cigars and Tobacco of all kinds, Candies of all kinds, Pipes, Ac. Ac, Ac. Those wishing to purchase any of the abovo articles, will certainly do well lo call and ex amine for themselves, as I sell OHIDAP, especially to those wishing to make bills of nny amount, a liberal deduction will be mad oil Retail Prices. O. J. K. PEED, ju2.flm Knoxville, Tennessee. ' KEMOVAL! I HAVE KRMOVEl) THE .NEW HARDWARE STORE From ittrl dour to Adam Ariras Of ' ' ftrv tn GAY STIilliyr, , Opposite ti c EapttH t In. ch atd Coliiii's Eut!dirg. In thf houre, formerly ueeufiinl iu ., . ShlrltTv d'Co. ' W. W. WOODRUFF. VJl if.WF AMi IlKTAII r K A 1. 1, h IN Hardware. Queen s ware, lil.'Ot Khlk;, Ac, VGKK LI.TUKAI. Imidemeuts Dutch SctUcii, Black Sniike Scythes, Grain .Mjihes. I'atinl Suathcs, atd Tools of every description. ; The Government having granted me freo transportation, I will supply Buck Eye Mow ers nt $ie5 00. Call nnd examine this brut of Moieer at my honse, opposite Coffin's Build in).' Gay street,. KNOXVILLE, TENN. For particulars inquire of ( HAS. DAWES nt his store iu Jonesborough Tennessee, may 2C 6m REDUCTION IN PRICES ! . . COFFMAN & EAMES, Joi.eKborouKh, Todd., M.IWf AcTt rtflts (A) HEAU'MS IX Tl.N, COlTKH, 1SI1AKS, AMI MlKt'l'-lUoN WAlfKS, M'flAlt KETTl-ltS, COOK AMI I'AKT.nll HTOVVh, T1 l.l.S. tin itoumu AM) (it iii:uiKO, AM) All KINHH UK House Fiirnisliififi Goods, iVt'., kt. ITi; AUK NOW IIKMCINO THE 1'ltICEH Ok' Tt 'linwnrr, unit will rimtliiiie tn do snss rspldly M (lie tun. will admit ut, suit intrmlio lu ll ell (ihhIh in our line ehmi Ha lin y rnn lv louiiht Iwtwn-a liklt- nii'na unit .Nnsliviiic, .ihr t ... Retail or Wholesale. Wi. iniKin l-lie to rtirnlnh the rrlrbrated HAS'-' SUM (.'i ll It;, nlsti r.xtra I'hit'iamt Fin Uacki for KtoYH. snM hy Nnn CuDniHn tM'fnr Ihf wsr. .- JIKIICIIA.NT.s urllml wlih Tinware t low 1 1 wlmli .ni, niii's. si-ir. roFrnAN kaneh. THE LADIES BA7AR. We cull the attention ul'nur citiaiens visit ing Knoxville, (o tho fashionable Dry Goods KptiiMi.'limrnt n lied 1 'TITK 1UZAH." On Gay Slrrrt next tlnnr let Otoff JliitiH, kept by JULIUS UUH3 & UO., KNOXVILLE, TBNN. This is the lirst regular Dry Goods nous opened in thai city, and is tarried on in tho miiHt fashionable and modern at vie. Fine and Fashionable Goods, Polite and" ccntlemanlr clerks, and every thing aUrnrdve is held to- the admiring iaxc of our Tennessee Belles. Give It n call. nugllin3. josr.ru. m. r. smith. . u. iaucil ISjAC JOSEPH & CO. Auclion iV Commission Merchants, Comer of Gay and Main Streets, Knoxville, Teen. WOULD SAY TO THEIR FRIENDS AND the public generally That, having se cured the opposite corner buildings, they have added largely to their lute fscilliits of doing business, The war being over, we as sume that business will take a vlgorons anJ healthy rlso hence the necessity of havlnjr more and substantial rooms to accommodate what we naturally presume will be our Growing T3usinP8H. To our numerous friends It Is hardly ne cessary to say, (hut to strangers It may,) that we shall devote our entire strength aud ability to (lie conduct tf our affairs. MERCHANTS of tho NORTH, Would do well lo take a note of the many advantages we possess to do Justice lo their consignments, nnd wo aro prepared to make liberal advances. ' Ovix Old Stand J Is most enummnillng for tin display til Fiifw tilture nnd bulkv tfoods.as well ns Dry Good nnd Fancy Arliib s, and our new ar houses the best for storing every desnlptlon of property We bar present ttirg and nwible) tot k a hum! which w art easing out to suit purchasers. . , ' I. JOSEPH. -AiutimmM, ilotei anil IJvery Slable BY" C. C. WILCOX, ELIZABKTHTON, TENif.. flMtr, Prnptlrlnr tak" 'l' !", anounrlna I nisi I : ' 1 1 in., m. s.i.sll Hiss I hex Hsisi AtWillsarf I rii. ii,.smllhnulill r"l,y.," s op.nl HOTEL '" LIVEITY STAOLCt i;i.,.Jth.n, Ta.. rsyairt ' Kf dm u ''