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THE UNION FLAG.
JONESBOROUGH, TENN.; " Friday, Docembar 22 1S057 LAWLESSNESS IN NASHVILLE. 'The Nuehville papers teem with chronicles of crimes that aro nightly, perpetrated in that city. Tin gam bler, thief, garrotor, murdorer and in cendiary ply their infernal vocations, heedless of their immediate hazarB, or the retributions of .violated law. They defy the most artful schomes of detection and apprehension, and to an alarming extont escape the utmost vigilance of the police There is no surety for life -a meagre chanco for limb, and no compassion lor pocket books. . -yjj ' : ,1 '' ii is an' OreSitare- of applnTjcled boldnoss to appear upon tho streets after night fall, and bo is esteemed tho blessed of fortune, who "meet tip" with ho Plug-Ugly demonstration at personal expense in his nocturnal strolling.' . Church-going people are attacked and rifled, en their way to and from tboir placos of worship. The physi cian on his errand of relief to tho af flicted, comes in damaging collision with nslutig slioi or bludgeon, und is uncerimoniously relieved of his pock I't encumbci antes.' Tho lawyer is throttled and divested in a twinkling of his subsidies from tho cams graco less villians to prolong their carnival of-erimo.- Tho young lady spondi a busy hour in her boudoir, arranging har toilet to tho most udvHiitugcou showing oil of her charms, and momentarily orpceu tho entrance of her suiter. The stip ulated hour of coming has been toiled by the gilded chronicler of time, anil still (ho inanimate decorations of the drawing room uro the only speet;Uorn of her dazzling equipage. The tioiic od hours drag wearily into tho far spent night, and sho retires in tho an guish of disappointment, with an hum bled estimation of her suitors worthi ness. ; ' ; ' Tho next morning, pnpers explain i rv.t... ,.!.'. i . Tliu eaune it wiuui"ni'ii vii.ijv..i;i.n, by a paragraph something like the following ; About 3 oYloek last even in Mr. A.'whs knocked ilor.n on Kirei't, by ashouMcr-hittcrasd robbed of bin watch and greenbacks. At t h i -writing, 'bin recovery m cpuiiderad biu1tful. 'And so we might coutitiuo the catahtguo of crimes ad irf.r.itwn, Tho readers of tho Nashville pwn would infer that tho Capitol in a cow pool of tho' congregated viciousnt'ss imd depravity of tho whole State. Xuslivillo onco had an onviatlo fame for her (jniet and boiubt tiiiiiutil till zeim and there general observance of law I Now, sho is almost as disrepu table for deeds of lawlessness and violence, as Paris for tho sanguinary nconos of Thcrmidor. Tho bhipwroclc of law and order in Nashvillois not astounding to any or.e cognizant of tho number of pornieioua "institutions" that, are in full blast within her limits. Drinking saloons, enabling hells, and brothel-dens, the instigations of every crime from the ."V.ty theft to tho midnight nsnashiiKt tioii are tolerated upon ulmost all tho t-lrects. Auxiliary to thoao destroyers of tho tranquility and safety the iiriMmniiilv urn I li A liii if .'Hi fla nnrl two. ,pcnidoo, who mastered tho scieuoo (it 4Vl)bovy, houo-Vro(iUin, rtMfin itnil murder in tlio rebel army, and have flocked hither to reap, under tho aus pices of police incfllcacy, tho profits of disciplined villain. Governor Brownlow, hns appealed t ) tlm Legiulature todoviso ir.rahiiros io deliver tho tity ffQrn tho soottrpe of lawlessiirss, and hi the event they !j not bin;; in tho matter, military f'reo will bo resorted to. The right o 'lit do'pniihirt of tho buyonot will onit tbo nuisandot and pests of Naih rillo, aftd pyoduco a happy memo in tit tide of her gcnerAl aiTaln. . t3. Pftor JJr. Turkey I ynnr doom ! fusthpprnaehing. A few moro ro solving rt.ijr I, arjl you will bo no moro. The deoroo bss gone forth, irrevocn bly terrible to yon. Snon, very soon, your barrwyard nciupants will he freed from tho annoyance of your grit, ting sounds and valn-glorlnns stmt, .tings Well may you exfliim rhl the incomprehensible rrttolty of Chrh't m is rnvollers to mf. nnlnoky rare) Wo would militate yonr (llsrohso Ifinee by theueiuranee, tbat vill THE give you a oonspiciouHiiesa at Christ mas banquets, commensurate' with your edible excellence, and 'form an abatis of many palate, pleasing deli cacies around your, sttaming savory tides Gobble louder; strut larger, since, you Are a necessity to impart test to the fun and merriment of tho holidays." If you wish the honor of boing masticated by an Editor, get some kind friend to bring you to our " better half" and we will most cpr dially confer it. Adieu : yours, till hdlidays, then ours. ' , ': t President Jackson was remind ed by the inimitable Jack Downing, after bis famous nullification quelling proclamation to the Knightly State of the PalmotoeButhat "those roost will ing to shed their last drop of blood, wore generally most unwilling to shed their first." Jack understood human nature, as well as the art of raising a laugh. , , . t" The following ineidont we tbink is too good to, bo lost. . It oc curred at the' voting place of AIcAlis ter prfcinct, in Ibis county; not many years ago, on an occasion of a Gov ernor's election. Tho parties in the district were about equally dividod, but at this elec tion the Democrats obtained an uncx pected majority, by a number of the oppesito party going to other pro ducts. . ' A long lifo adherent to Ceicr.il Jackson and the democracy, elated with lbs success of his party, gave vent to hisjoy, in tho following query directed to a staunch follower of Hen ry Cinv. " Well Bill,' how do yon feel about being licked so '" " Lik'i Lazarus of old nir, that t have- been licked Ly dos!'' The old man wus nonpluosed, and tho Whig's enjoyed Bill's wit'y cbu litiorv hu'clv. t;3 If it whs proper for Congress to reject '.ho Tonnensco representation leciiuoe the State is in quasi rebollion, or luii not been fully restored to the Union, we wou!dlike to knww I y what eliyibld tenure, Andrew Johnnon, one one of her citizens has to tbo Chief J Magisinu'y. Tenrea'-ec has made hi! coraf caicn and red ics-? demanded, to bo rc-admil-into tho Union, and tliu Generui GiU'crnnient has declared her rwtura, 'Juii iii wi:hdrawii:jt tho loiliury Gov ornorship, and ullowing her to re.iumo tlvj exercise of her civil functions -So the rejection of her tlalegation in- volvcs an unwarranted expjii-iun. of Congressional prerogative, w hich will )ii;!u constitution expounder to explain away to the compietc natis fjvtion of the loyal peoplo of Tennes see. Bc$.Onr Mexican udvices that Louis Napoleon had rebuked Mifsi milli.i'1 for a lack of energy, and that .the i!oxica cabinet bad resolved I) strengthen the frontier a movement widen Marslitil Hazaine had already conimcnepd to Ixecate. Col. Bravo, of tho Liberal party, hns arrived at St. Lon'n lie reports President Jua- i rez nt 11 Taso in the best of t-piriti -j Twenty. five thousand men are under arm, and an additional force of CO, ; 000 will be hjcedily raised. THE FENIANS. Aitdrmi lit Colnnpl Itohrrli, tht 1'rcfililent. New Yor.K. December 13. -Colonel Roberts ban isued an inaugural nd drrs to the Fonian Brotherhood. He says it is criminal to waste tiino in idio discussion Action must bp tho or der of th; dy. Our mean, energies and w hole thought must to directed towards the military arm of tbo To man Brotherhood, through which alone wo can acoomplinh the frcodom ot ireiaiici. Tho Urothrrhond must, mike their mark on nthsr Gelds than llioso they hcrotftforo battled on. livery energy must bo fjiven to nid the vet ran koI- dicr who directs tho military affairs of trie brotherhood, isnland miut meet privatctrs on every cccin and Iriub toes in every clime, tut TennuMoo k Vm. U. R. tympany. At the regular annuHl meeting of Ihe SmrkhdlfUrs nf this Company bold at tbir depot in this city, on the 30th nit., tbo following gentlemen wcro elected Diroetors to serve tbo ensuing twelve months . Jhn R. Bi'snner. rf Jcffiwo County. Willi.! m Galhraitb, " Jftbn Taibott, " 15. A. RHwror, " u N. W. Eirnest, Grcsno coartty. Enhraira Daris, " S. B. Cnnninj'hiim, Wsh!ngtoo c'ty. Geo. W. Telford, " Peter Roofos, " i. Andrew Rll, Sullivan county. John II Fain, " " Peres Diekiitson, Knox rounty. A 0. Jaokson, " William fJ. Kyle, nnwhins rnnnly, Tb Diroetorv aftT beb'g duty otiillfled. firi.iirit4 ths Board by olerting Jno. R Brsnrrr. ProsMent, snd Jams B Hoxsle. Oirvrinlt?en EAST . (TENNESSEE.. .UNION, FLAG. THE UNION;FLAG. Joiicsboro', December, 22, 1865. LOCA L ITEMS. ST Ai will be iten by tb notice below Toutig Lttdiei of Joncoboro' propoie fir ing an entertainment on the 27th inst., which we hope will be well pstroniied. ai the ob. ject it ose bo landnblo, that aside frora the HmQseMMt, itihould uttrtct tltrgenndience. TABLAEU AND CHABADE PAR TY. A Tubloau and Charade party will be glr en at JoBeiboro', Tertii, en Wtdnttday tvtning Dtcmbir Zlth, prepared rxprmly1 for ti e Ilolidayi. All true lovere of fun and plea sure will be fully compensated by attending,1 and will be greeted by the young Ladlej with smiles and good wishes, and by the mar ried Ladies with more substantial pleasure, in the shape of a splendid aupptr. Com oust Coxt All It T 1 B L A 0 ' I . "A Sctnefroj Ivanhot. A Philotphtr in notch ef tht Wind. 1 Condemnation of Princttt Lamlallt. Fall ef Hungary. Sunday Sparking, Richard III. endeavoring to pernio di Hacking ham to content to the murder of the Young rrinccit. L'fting the Veil A fairy scene. , Tht Firdvn P.tfvted. May am! Dccmle. The Trial if Conttnntt de I3erer!g." Many ether Tableau's, Charades, Proverbs and GI.-rM nr fircpnrfd for tho occiisibn. This Concert is given for the bentfit or the Church and ft U hoped that every one will come, nud como Kith full purses and liberal hearts. . JoMctboro', Tetin, Pec. 19, 1363. t '.r " tt. ficn. t". S. Grant, with wveral ntMnbcri of lilt tHV, p'.jt ilirtwtli thupltMon ) Suntjr morn i!i!T.!ii'iiiuti..r WIhb; ton city. Jle vtM returning fvom tour throii jti wtrml of tht Bouthfrn i?tat' t. At Ji'U'Hlorniifh. hf rt the tin)!! tnpi fur nuppur, tliu Geiifral vti inti'.d.icctl to I'r. Si-visr, a promiunt citi l"U of tin- plsw, "rli.i lati'Klii'tJ him to a Ittge crowd 1)0 wrein vtiu to circu I glimpM of tbo V great fiank-r." A K"tiHl hkli i: li.iii.li tnk jilairc Aumng the rrowl m- who l luu rht preity bard on t'oih i-r M, wh". bie hil hliu up to tlm Gin-rnl, romarl; at ! " I onr,ht that man pivttjf hard, but I would !ik-Tos-shlui." 1hi iioucial ar.KWfri'd, "That t'oi not kp you fftn ,"lnj a roi.1 citizen I had a koou youht anvbo.tT," Ut.i. eain authoriijr In this Slata would MVEiiiji tv.l fict, and art arconlinslv, w would im haro quit a il(Rrrnt ataii of alhira." Ve c.py tlf alma fiom tl.t Brlatol A'ncj, and ai It pmair.a to a mattir of cur iiicu.'f, It "Ucom-a our provti.ee n a Jmunnliiit, to propagate truth aud fXpo rror." Thwe who wr ptrant at th rMcptioii if Oun. Grant, will riiJily p rciiva tin Caarant raijroprp iirta;i. n arsfcrth ty tht Xrut, tdltnrially. Tin " otm amoof the crowd" rho " hobbled up" and d.-!rcd to act Rrn. Cr.t;t, hi-iprtie-l to be at cur nidi-, and was no Iras a pnarvfa than the vcn"rabl W. Atklnimn, Eiii'r of thin f'tix, t; an f'um tio trmr I'nloa man dotcn't fxl', or itiev K'hb auih fib.-lrtlfina M above pro. .iVt.tr J, frr tfcx rrpfcal benL'fit of that cla of psopl" daftgiiared by th? lira of tht land ai ' traitor." N. B. Jfy tht abort correction w do not court a par. aonal fuibrcifclio, hut etM facta, which, If rabattfd, w ; prp;arrd to r.o -t, r.i,t forttsttinj whu SdJKd for the yjufa'. i!aatr In cicra i anility. Poqtacc Stamps. The .fullowin has boon rriftivoJ from tlio PostOrTiw Di.':n tmont .-tt WMi-hinm Cii'y :" -yi Pi.?: 0,-ncc DrrAHTMrsT. 1 rn.ir.:e C:c, N..v. 2S, 1SR5. ) G. E. Gn.:ha:n, P. M . Jonedoro' , Tenn Sir.. In roply to your (jnquirit-s nt C7lh iii.Uiint, yon are informed that tho iVrtjr.nj end Stamped Envtlopes is tvrf by tMs Deportment tince August 1331, wl'i, ii ro vnlij f ir jioHtagcs. Pi'cetfuliv, yotirn, A. N. ZKVELV, Thin Ass't. P. M. General. Vrr lT?-'hy Ii It the ajthorltlw prmlt tl oe ptf.ana r onf.ntd In lti .tail to b? rcrlftlnp;ly k!.lnR up tin mod iij(t;-fulo nolle, to th annoyaaeo of piini-by and thoo who rnslla In tho Immediate nilfhlv.rhooi;? ' T.nJI aro dally bi-lnp; luiulti'l by thf wat oh.."ne lai'r'i.'i from thcan drpravid aprelmrna o hunniillr. Tlieif la A way to atop audi procoedlnga, and wa liipt, f r th aaltr cf decency and jood ordar, j mnelhluj rill b ibna at nn;. PoaT-Pant s. Aanomr prr.:y Kan ramarki have heia miile'n r'lsavj ta th rontraaatcr "mrfeiinj" a fiicn l from bhln 1 tin nc!nur In the 1'oit-nlTlce, then . fore, take antic-, both 'rlenda and font, that tha Pout. matr la mam toalh w no one behind the encloanra ox cept tin who aro properly authotltod ao to act ; and no f eut!i;nin will talsa any axc-ptirna at belnjr politely lforied of tha fact and no peartrmiw will try to mag nify notlilnn Into aoBiaihlnf. Wo knew tba frintl ipnkrn of to U a e nd-man, and wo only wiih wa ctsl l peak tbua cf reiyl.j,!y, I.itiib Mist . Our kind patwina will, w arc anro, not ftrjrt tl t la "Mike," tin Carrlr Buy, thrnuk'h mnd and atorm, aaa lall at your doera ih' ' aiKtclitil" rlrliea" ef the VnUFlij. If ha doei'nt doaare a quarter, whn does K9 Chrliimai, wiih all ita pleailu); ai'oelationa and artarlainmenta, la upon tiaairaia. tletk-d In lurfrrand aat apparel, aha conn a thia tlmo with amllea and lantli lagaya. fur the pint four yeara a frown ofilrara a:i1 'I "ath tht bfti cut fmra her ahadiwy form i but no,bo pl'unnt tha rhaiil A marry Cbrlitmaa tadabpi y yew Yrtr toane snd all I rwMr.fl. A. Sivalt, nf tbo ladopesdant TtepnM c ii f Ct'.cl a Dliti let, will plraaeM.'rpt our thanta for favrra. 'liiacmntty dura a t contain a youcj man who jnewaea n"ra natural imlin or orltlnallty of Uion!it thai enr yaunt friend " ftephea." Slay thy booni 0f yf.gtbanilbapp.otM ear decay. intmtn But w Caawirte StcaT. X?t aet anr friaad, Capt. Boyd, of tha Cairn Hottl, la naklu( pre paratloafora Oiaud Ball, tot glaeo on Chrlmmu n It'''. W rr',u:n' t "ill tia an iataiaitlcf eacatlei, Baa lb sdvcrtisrttant. ITpu. W. LAndrcth, Dniucist, will accept eur IB isks fo.- uanrtsome Chrirtms prafft. Ur. L. bai for sal a treat :ltty of nice ar ticle riluMo for Chriiitmis prr.fois, lucb as liyi, Cnd;ci, it, Oiv bla it cali. Cirtcs Conaitcrtoiia -Wa leara that a firm Id the ait of f ItHadalpMa, wtk othar liberal lantUaiie, liara acted vary leoefoaa la aaelatlug tha Praaby lei iau Chnrrh la ttli plaoa, by eantrlbutlag w parclua two i;i)nJ 1 Cbaadillera for HtbMnj the Church, enallng CUO, liaraly, taoa saajnasiaBltf npa tha part of ear onb. aia filaa liould b praparly appraclaud, Tba M thMlal (larva hu alio baas oronily fa-nr. d, as will U aa by lbs Mlowicj doceaant, Undid sa for anbll-aUori t ,ri", 'A B'." i frUn iuUf n ' n old nroerb. Wa, tha iiodrlened, r.ipraa-nllnii tha etnrodl rptapal rhrr.h ef Joi.tt "rVnn?,, wonUPuJaroar oal trat-ful thanka m our frl-nda, S. II. lUnaou Co,, nf Alhanv Vew York, who hae f.a.ntal a aa a Cbereb, will two of their wr Ittrfee. Wo, ta cannot fully as, r.n our -atltnda fr Uili aaark of Bind ow la oar da nf iut Tk. ........ of warwhifb awopt anratir n fair land, Ilk a b aota of daelMnllua, akln 4-aolala nwerhom-a. aruab Ina U. na aid lea f aany katti, aid aa ti.w ... .raH, naa evoinif raa a;w aiou ko raiMd, ana) tl'.a aanllsbl MeTitaea rsitirc ''r'i'- f'r Niao vaa J eoas raaet, eadaiaa till " anas a ball rt and vet 'aa .3 eoaiw.'1- -. While w feel taaakfal to Ood fir bit bleeilnre, and bail tha mora of paata, wltk alt ill hallowed Inluaa. cea and aaaoelatloni, wo bop that their valuable prea anu will aot only prov a bleaainc to aa, bat that tba donors war Sad it " saoro blaaaed to give tbaa to re ei." . Ai 'rlbtonania osaltotb a nation," wa bona that by tba erection of altara frira which ahall aacund con ttaually the incenao of arayur to Ood for the uuirereal epread of hli holy -amth, and tha nn-aervution of our baloTad land, aba ahall b ao eialtrd that no mora audi atorma may orartaka her. Aa beavao continuea to bloaa ua with ao iaauy kiadnjaaaa, w wiU ba thankful a everyone ahuald that we atill bar lile and a home la thia Uod-glren land., burely, , " tie tba land of tba free, aad tba home of tha brave,1' And while tho Stoves, so ilndly given, contribute to our comfort la the bousa of fo4 we will pray God to blvaa and umlf ue one mora as a people ; aud to baaten tha tine when the nalinna of earth ahall l-arn the arte of war BO more. That heaven ' cliuiaeat bleaainga may raat on ihoa kind frlaada wh hev contributad to make ua comfortable. . B. D. BLACK. Potior. , Wa. Corrxaa, 8. T. bujrxir, V. i. OiaaoN, kluw's Aaaarauas, tteuatiit. i . .' MABB IE " alarried on 23rd ult., by John Walter, Esqr. nt bis house, Sumtu'l Watson to Miss Eliza beth Saylor, all of Washington county. Trices of. Uncurrnit Money. CELiyoua iwcrnrtEST sioxev. the fol tj lowing are the ratca paid by C. K. UitDWAV, EX CilANUt; BltUKEIt, No. ii, Collee Stroet, .N'a.li- tie to Uuctuate, but may ho depended ou a iull.cilit., nuctuate, out may-no depended on a iull.cint.,T-, of time for rmuitUucua to be received by mail 4 jt I, If forwarded without delay, i ... t-'ilf,, TEVSESSTB Baukoffulton' ' .30 tengiii oi pa, Bank Of Tunaeaaee, old tea Savannah 40 i tie 40 Plaateaa' Bank 66 Cniun Bank M Bunk of Chattanoaga 2i . Ooinm-rc 1 80 " Knoxvill to " Memphis 50 " Jl utile Tonuaaae W " the btate of OfJS City Bauk of Aunuata 1 rarmrra' and aioch.n lea' Bank 13 Mechamca' Bank 1! Maliauioi' aud 1'lan- ten Bank 10 riantera Bank U L'uion Bank 10 Pari 46 " tha Union Went Teuneliea Buck'a Haul- City Ban Commercial Bnat " Morchanta' " Northern ' ... Ococe " par 42 , M)iU'U CAROLINA. D u of Cape t i-ar tar I " Charlotte to " Clar.udon 12 a ' " Cummerc 2U 60 I 43 80 1 26 ' 24 i Voyettcville iu Loxingtou 0 Caiolina 4: Bant of Shnlhyvlllt Southern Ban Tradora' Bani Life and Uvncral Inau ranee Company .SoC'i'It CAKOLIKA. Bank of .Caaidtn ' Charliaton " ('heater ' Georg'-tova" " llanbnrg " Newberry " the aiato or S Oirolme Commercial Ban K.xrhan?o Bank l aruicra and Exchange Bank M i-.ii.inta, Bank l'eopl.'a' Bank Plan ti a' Bauk of Fair Held riiiit.Ti' and Mechan ic Bap Rtatft B-.il- Sitithw'.nte.rn Railroad Colon Bunk LOUISIANA '! Wadi-sbt.ro' W ' " Vaihiustun 10 " Wilminstou 20 lanceyvillo 10 Cnimert-lal Bank 16 60 30 IB SO 17 SO Jrarniere' Bank ofN Carolina .10 Merchants' Emit 'f lUiik of lU)Xb..ir. Mim ra' aud l'lauters Bank K V1KGI.VTA Bank of Bai kley T.1 Lonimtica eu Howard-Title 10 16 U " the old Boniiu. Ion 33 " llidiinond 16 " Kockbriiiire SO ao to 18 23 ' 11 35 IU par 0 W t "JO 40 40 l eo 40 par liO to " ltotkiuL-hajn 30 " Scottavilln 10 " tho Vall.y ef Vliaiuia 3". " Virginia, 35 " 1 Whrtling C " i WincheaiiT Central B.u.k ut Va 20 Tianrillu Batik 1 E.rehanc Bank of fa 1 Exchaueo bauk.of Bank ot America " Luuiaiana " SVw urlwLns Canal Bank Cintena' Bank Ciiici nt Uiiy Bonk I.ouii'ini.a btate Lar.k M'-rhanica' & Tradeia Bink Morchanta' Bank Southern TUufc Cn.on B.ink Sow url-itna Scrip ALABAMA. ' B.ink of .Mobile " Jtontjfjmery " Hloia Central B.ink Comm rclal Bank EniternBrnk Northern Bank Southern Bank tun 20 Exchange Bank at Ale: amli iu 1 ' . . 40 Fairmount Banl tA) t'arniera Ban of Fin caitl 30 Fai m. ra Bant- of Va 26 Manufacturer!' aud t ar me re SO Mnrchiinta Bant- 30 Merehanta aud Me chanic' Nortlnvetern Bau 70 ftoSouthtvt-yteru Bauv 20 IfiTra Ms Cant 20 if) cO ;fl?'il 1 16 M 'SilTer Pollara 144 ( i" ilaivca aaJ Quar- 70 1 t-ra , 135 UEOKUIA. Plm-i and ,4alf k 90 l.imi 131 fVntnl Bull Road Baa Vn:rh' ra ( U nrfria llailroad and Binkinr t'.imrmny Bank of Mid lie Ca Marine Tank Bank of Aornita Aucuma Iiiaurunre Bank of Athena " Odurabua " C .mnu'tce EmplfoSiii PO v-on-m it' Tion.'.a U 70 rav i is- ti o nntv Knii ' '.0 1, Mi l It 11 tklipt 76 Th above bo"iJ" a noncbt wiih conpotm. 111 tivlll It" 1 ini lllileU ft) N Caiolim ('oupona ."i 15 llionpliia Ultv Unipon1-' 40 I a lean-are Li upoue 60 18 Georgia Coupon! :ti Jtotcs of Bant of Tenn-aaen dated ISfl, or alyned 0. P. 'I i rbott, rrrideut, are nw lsiue, aud arcloui.ht at tueenta, THE ARGOSY: X 'EW LITER ART ADVEX'TCnr. i Wfli otne, Lcitrncil, Urlinne, Ililiirious, Wi'lcnnic, nil the Inmost crew I Anil, to mnke ourblis more varimis, Welcome, choicest Ladies, too I Bus Johnson's Lkoks Comvivads. Is launching Till Attnocy " her Owners ftri'i Captniii uoticiiiiile the quuettion, "Are tliero nut cnot;;!i of these lijilit M gnzinc tr.ilt nil, nit k rendvY They nnswer tlmt tlu-ir ventnr! vill not run into collision witli any: alio will s.iil the bipli seas of literutnre, ami brinjj her fri-iulit fmrn the realms ul'iin agination fitij hint v. proiJut ts of these regions inkea m nket for Iheinsi'lvi's tln-ir ferns, niii silka, I'ni Sjiiifj first crcnlitij: the ilet-lres which tin y sntis'y, nnil then hecom inf n nccii.4ary pitituflhc cgmnion Loutt bo'il fire. Ti e Projeetors of ' The Anoosv " do not Intend to pin. in a flu im to the prize of King Xerxes lor the invention of n new pleasure, or for the discovery of any new woild nf en icrtniiiment. They nre nnnra how hunl it Is to find "toich wit c.s ne'er has been," noil they therefore docline to civ promissory notes, as lathe order of the dny, on nn Id Doiiido of wit nnd wisdom. They nre not Koine; in renfeh of thnt jroMcn fierce, "The prcnt wniit of tho up.'," n cxpciliiion tvlilch (renerully lie-ins with ninfli cry," nnd cndi with "liiilo wool." Nor aill tlicy attempt to introduce the Oriental hnaines of amusing tbeiinsimiMtl'Ie. L'no'igh if ihey siu ctedin Dinkiii(r the tliotttitrul cicrricr, nnd tlio un thinking wiser. "Tut Ar.oosy" will addrc's itself nil to tho Inf illed and nntravelli d - to the former ae'.king to rrcill the delight of scenes to which distance ouir i' dm enciinntmeiit, nna to th Intt.r to furniiii pictures virid tnonph to stand in tha pl ice of nnlities. In story, tellina It will welconio Ml who can ereato m - . r a 4 a new worlds ot io:ty notin; ana nnries rbamt and Do'ile,'1 and who enn .lotho inci dents ef ne-tnrril ronstrnctlon with tht real lu'.ersao of human action and passion. 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Four Copies in one Post- Ulhce, $14. with ftn uditional ndrnntage af one Lxtra Cony rratis to the nerson sendiner .'(hat amount. or Salo by all News Agents and BOQKseuers. . One Copy each of Frank Leslie' Illustra ted Newspaper, and Lady's Magazine, to one Post-Office, $7. Dcc22,tf. Notice of Insolvency. THE lMSULVhNCV nf the Eiluic of John , II Vancht iicceaetl, lmvinf baoi augueated to the U-rk or the Unnty (Junrt of Ji.hnaon Ctninly, Tenn. All perei.ne having claima agaiuit faiil Kit are requirml to fill them with the tl-rk of the Count; Court nf laid Coun ty, duly authenticate! by law, on or b fure the firet Monday In June, ISmi, m Hu.y will he forever barred both iu law and equity. Ily ordi r of K. E. Brrv, CIV; of County Court of Johnaeo Countv, lnn. Di luh, ii.T. WAOKEU, drtaiwt Adm'r of J. n. Vaunht, dte'd. A GRAND BALL! Will bo given at the UNION HOTEL! Joncxboro', Tenn., on Chr.simas night, the 2jth iust. The public nre respectfully in vited to attend. Ticku is Jj per coiili.. J. I. Ii- EUYD, Proprietor. notice! A LL persons renting Farm or other ahun X doned property confiscated by the U. S. Government, will please notify nie by letter or otherwise, as early as possible. JOHN T. HOMER. Agent Fieedmen, Dec22 Burenu.nnd Abnudoaed Lands. DANIEL ALXSWORTII & Co. (For over four years connected with the Pay Department U. S. Army.) Attorneys for Claimants, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. A' LL loval citizens having meritorious Property taken for use of the .Army irill find it tq nieir ititere.-t to comtMiinicatc Willi ua. AH Soldiers having pensions, bounties, c back liiv due all Ofiiccrs Imvine unsettled nrcouiils and 11 petvons who drew pensions prior to th 9 war. will find it to their advan tage to confer with us. K. U. In all cases which we advite the proi eeu'ion f we will puaranitt tweest. Refer tn CJqv. ItratniloK.,, Hun. H. IJ. ITar. rlfson, .iiaj. IJ. O. lutney, late 1 ayniimter L. .S. A., nnd the biisines men of Nn,hvi!le, Tenn. 'r- " ' 0. A. WA III 'Kit Co. .uSi . , T UrnyHs t.ilfreuves nnd Jacob 1 P.n.vles. TitHllee. The Re.ondrit Oceo) Sittirenvcs in ihi" cause boiiijr a ntm-rt-sldert of this St'ile, it is ordered that pnbljcatio He made for four successive weeks in t' e Union Flag " notifying said retiondent to appear before tlie Chancery Court at Jones borough on he 2nd Monday of .May, 18(10, th' n nnd there to mcke defence to the bill, or the same will be taen for confessed nud set for hearing ex parte. IIEXRY I70SS, C. M. Dec. 12 v4 prs fee 55. R 013T A. THOMPSON'. AMIR. OF RICH ard H. Murrell Oec'd, rs Mary Murrell, widow of sniil Ricliard II. Murrell. dee'd and Alice Murrell, daughter, heir nnd distributee ef R. II. Murrell dee'd, Thos .T. Wilson nnd Eliza Wilson, his wife. Sarnh McCurry John D. Hartmnn. Jesse P. Il.ii tman nnd Tsther N'ewland. In this cause the defendant Esther N'ewlnnd is a nnn resident of the State of Tenneasee. it is ordered thnt publicntion be made for four snerrsjve weeks in the Un:mi Flng. nutif; ing sa:d drfendunt to appear be fore the Chancer? Court ut Jonesboro' ot. til' 2nd Monday of M.V. ISC.fl, thin nnd there to make defined to the bill or the sme will be tnken for confessed end art for hearing ex parte. HF.VRY HOSS, C. i. M. Dee. 22, w4 prs toe S5 ( 0 Orders of Sn'o from the (iri'iiit Court. SALE OF LAND. V VIRTUH OF A WRIT OP YEN'. HI. Kittio. is:ncd from tho Circuit Court nf Washington County and tn me directed, tejt ed the f mirth Monday of Oct., 1SHI5, urnn n iidginentimd costs for the sum of forty dollars nnd eighty-aix cents, debt and costs, pro nounced by tbe said Circuit Court and In fa vnrof Kdwnrd West against J. L. Pottles, I will sell at the Court House door In Jonesbn. ro' nn Satnrdn? the 20tli da? of Jan., 180fi, for cash In linnd, all the right, title claim nnd Interest that the aald J. L. Potties bus tn and ton tract of land Mutated in Witahtineton County. Dil. No. 2, ndjolr.inj the lands ot Snmuel B ltors and others, contalnlnu fifteen ncres mora or less. AIho one other tract r.f land, In Dirt Ko. 3 containing fifty-eight acres, metre or less, adlo'nlng the lands of John Inttle and others, nntil said debt nnd i cos's ar satUfied, this th 18th dny of Deo., lRCB. Deo 2:4prafefS5 S. T. SlJ'PUY. ShflT. Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OP VEN di. Eitno. issncd from h Circuit Court of Washington Coi'Ut, Tnn,, and to me direct, di, tcs:,i tho t'cnrt'.i Monday nf Oct., I81IR, tipf.j a Judgment nnd costs for the sum of iwenty-fonr dollars and eighty conta pro tiouuc'fd by the said Circuit Court aad In fa. ror of F-nsh !t Nelnn acalnat Samuel Beard, I will sell at the Conrt Hons door In Jones, boro', on Saturday the SO'.b day of Jan., ltlr"8, for cusli In hand, all tbe right, title, claim and Interest that tbe said Samuel Beard has In' h net to a trnet or lot of land situated In Wash non County, District No. 3, "Hjolnlng th lands of A. Doak, Salem Church, lot and oth-1 ers. nntil debt and costs are latisfiod, thii th. 18tl. dor of Deo.. m. , T3ee22wnrifee$5 B. T. SIlirLEY, Shff. I Y - .ifi n.rn. k i . M . . m TY YIRTtJI OF A WRIT OF VKS'O'. F.X. 15 tionaa Is.ned from the Circnh O-nrt of Washington Comity, Tnn, aad to m direct- dl, tested the fniii'lh Mund,iv o1' O' t. 1 96., nnon jadgment and foil for the t Orn of Igbty.aeToa dollars snd foor cants, dht and louts, -nmaofintel hf tie mtJ, Circuit O'trt, ad In fator of Coraellns Mays against Geoff Morelock, I willsWl at the Court lloiia.rW IntUe town of Jonesboro' on Saturday thar . . . ., t . . lint , w eon. ut-oriie moreiock lias in and to a tract ol land situated in WujI. nmHn county, d.s-' tnct No. G, adjoining ibe lands of John Blair and others, supposed to coot tin one hundred acres, more or less, until said debts aud cost are "ntisfled, this the St It dav of Dr-f- 186S Dec 22w4prfreS5 ri. T. feTH IPLKY.l.tf ' BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF VKN'l.t. KX po. isnied from the Circuit Court of tvinhincton Comity, Tenn , to rue. directed, tested the lourth Mond iy of Oct., 105, upon which a judgment and cost for the turn ol (if. ty-two dollars and twenty-scven cents deht and cost, pronounced by. the said Circuit Court mid iu favor f J (j. Grant k Co. against Win. Longtnire. I will sell nt the Court House door in the ttiwu of J,lni sbi.ro' on Sat nrdny the 20th dny of Jan. IMG, fur ash In hand, all H e right, title, tl;ljm ,) inti-rost thnt the said Wmi L iiuinirv has in and to a tract of land sitn.it-d in W ishinglon Cnun ty, district Ko. 7. adjoining the land of Knock Jobe'a heirs, J. C. Cannon and others, con taining One hundred mid six ncres, more or less, until said debts nndcosts are-.sutiijfied, this 18th dav ot Dec. 18U5. Dec'.'2w4prsfeeS5 S. T. SHIPLEY, Shff. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF YEN'DI. EX pd. issued from tha Circuit Court nf Washington County, Tenn., tu m 'directed, teied4li fjirtlt, Monday of .Oct. 186S, upon 'ludgiiieiiran1I -6stTor the im of one hun dred and ninety-five dollars and fifte-I'mir cents, debt and coH, pronounced hv"the said Circuit Court and in fav.ir of J. P.- Walters. Kx. of John Walters dee d, for the use of 0, W. Kelson, ngainn Asa Ituylei aad Philip Harmon, I will acll nt the Court Hons door in the town of Jones boro', on Saturday th 20th day of Jan. 186C, for cash ih hand, all the right title claim and interest tbat the said Philin Harmon has in nnd tn a tenet nf land situated in Washington Con it ry, ' di i strict No. I, urijoining the lands of C'aoree Conn. M. C. Hunter tnd ethers, supposed to contain 'on liunilreri acre;, more or less, unlii said debt nnd costs art satisfied this 18th day f Dec. 18C5. Dec22wdprsfec$5 S. T. SHIPLEY, Shff. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF VEVDI. EX. po issued from the Circuit Court of Wnslnugtoti Coantr, Tenn. to m , directed. tented the fourth Mo day of Oct; 1863, upon twojud)fiiicuts and coitJ, one fir the sum of three hundred and thirty-three dollars nnd thirty-one cettts, one other for fifty-six dol lars and sevcu ceuta, debts nnd costs pro nounced by the said Circuit Court, and in fa vor ofThoiu.is Weems ngainst Hnrtou Knight, I will sell nt the Court House door iu th town of Joi eboro' on Saturday tli2Uth day of Jan I860, for cash in band, nil th right, title, claim and interest tlmt the said Rurtoa Kninht has in nod to a tract of l'ind situated in Washington County Diet. No. 16, adjoin ing the lands oi E. .Barkley, Joseph Beard's heirs and others, supposed tj contain on hundred and fifteen acres, more or less, un til satisfied, this the 18th dav of Dec, lRG.V Dee22w4prsfee$5 S. T. SHIPLEY, Shfi. Y VIinTE OF A WRIT OP VISA', di. Expo, issued from the Circuit Ceurt of Washington County and to mo directed, test ed tbo fjnrth Monday of Oct., 1HG5, noon a judgment nnd corts for tlieVum of one hund and seventy-two dollars nnd fifty -eight itm.,' debt and cost, pronounced by the said Cir cuit Court, mid in favor r.f DavidOuthiln apainst Josr-eh S. I!hi nnnd William V. Dead. erick nuin's of N. T. Jackson, riec'il.. I will sell nt the Court Hiue door in Jonesboro' on Sutiirilaiy tho JOth day of Jan. 180'U,' ftifnTaTT in iiiind, nil the right, title, cl.tini and inter, est that the said N. T. Jackson, dee'd has in nnd to a tract or pun-el of tjnd pitunti d in Washington Cntmty. Distr;ct Nn. 15. nej. lin ing the lends of A. K. Jiic) oimi, Div:d Cuth. riannd others, known ns the residence of '.he late N. T. Jackenn, dn 'tl, auppnsed to con tain fifteen a. rr, tvnre or les, until mid dent mid costs nre satiifie !, ihi; iii lS:q ,iuy ofjlcc. IPO.". ncc22w4prsfei?5 S. T. SHIPLEY, ShfT. JjY VIRTUE OF A V.'RITOF VKN. I' di. Rxpo. issued from the Circuit Court fif Washington County, Tern to me directed, tested the fourth Mi ndnv of Oct., 1805. wnu a jndt'nient and cost for the sum of. Mittv. ei'ht dollars and rcvciity-five cents, deht find cost, pronounced bv the said Circuit Court and in favor of W, W. Bovell, fig.dnst R. A. J. (Jreenway, I will sll ni the Court House door in the town of Jonesboro' on Saturday the 20th of Jan. 1806, for cash in hnnd, all th right, title, claim nnd interest, thai the inid It. A. J. fireciiWHV tins in nnd to it trnet of land situated In Washington County, Districts Nos. 1 nnd 3, adjoining th lands of Samttel JirAliMcr, A. A. llroyb's, W. Oreniwav. Jes. se H. Payne nnd others, until debts and rest nre satisfied, this the tPth da? of Dee., tn5 r)ec'Jw4pisle,$ri S. T. RHIPLKY, Sl.ff. ' Y VTRTUB OP a WRIT OF VEX- di Rxpo. issued from the Cirenit Court of Wnrbing'on County nnd to mc directed, test. dtbe fourth Monday ol O f., isrifi, upon a judgnient nnd erst for the sum of live hun dred dollars and eight cents, debt and coat, pronounced l y the snid', Circuit Court, nnd in favor of William Shield, airainst James Duncan, Jr., I will sell at tbe Court House door In the town ol Jonesboro' on Saturday e 20th day of Jan., lPf,5, lor rush In hand, nil the right, title, claim nnd Interest that thesnld Joseph Pnncnn h.-.'i- in a tract of land situated In Washington County, Dl'f. No. 14, adjoining the lands nf Andrew Walker, R A. Thompson and others, supposed tn ha fifty. rcven ncres, more orlers, until said de'.t nnd costs nre satisfied, this tht 18th dn? cf I)ee lRCI. I)ec22w4prsfeeT5 S. T. SIIlrf.rY, ShfT. T)Y VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF VF,N'DI. EX (J PO. Issued from the Circuit CpnrJ of Washington County, Tenn. nnd to me' direct.' cd, tested the fourth Jlondnv of Oil.; 18(15, upon a Judgment and cost fur th sum of four hundred nnd eleven dollars nnd twenty-seven certs, debt nnd cost, pronounced b? the said Circuit Court and In favor of II. Jf, Hopper aHnbt S.ilm Ratcliff, I will sell nt the Court I'nuio door In tbe town of Jonesboro' on SaU nrnny the 20th day of Jan.. ISM, all therlrlt, title," claim nnd Interest thnt the said Silas Ratelilf has in and to a Unt nf land sitnateil In Washington County, District No, 13, ad joining th lands of Rachael Howardi Am. brose (iihson nnd others, contninlng one hun dred acrs, more or less, nntil deht and costs are satisfied, this th 18th da? ef Dfo )f)05, Derw4prsfee55 S. T, EIIirLEY, Shff. TJYVIRTUWOP A WRIT OF VnnEJf. Jjpo 'sjiiied from the Circuit Conn of Wnab laiTton County Tenn. to mo directed, tted th . fourth momlay of Oct. . 18G5, .upoo Judgement it cost for tbe snn of, three hon. It twent-two Dnllnrs i, twen-flT ctnts debt k cost renounced by the snld Circuit Conrt, and la favor of Mark Hal against I. L. Bur hi I will .ell at th Court nous, door In ti. town Of Jonesboro.' on Saturday, th 26th, dayof Jan. 1M0, for cari in hand ll tn riant clam In-erst that tbe said I L. Hnrson bus In & te a trnet of Land sltna . ... . . . Washington Coufy Ms'. No. ftb sl- Jolnlne; the Lands of Chrisilan M frs UrtfJ, 1. leot' A o.hcr 'nn n ninr eifhty cry more or lea-, nni l s i 4 dd ts k U are sat Itfled tbe I8tb, llftt Dec I3S. . ,, '.Trff ' v. . . Dherttr..