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Htmla 93 Oayti(Htit manly1 bonda 70 I, u.l K U hci-lpt 75 Tha abova bowl ar btiti,; k I wl'h cotipona, fr irla.M N ( aroliua Couimni 3D 4-flr;ri rtnrri an Sankiiiaf i'ominf Bank ..f Mi i-l lr (. tii Hunk II ink of Anrii'ta Au-fjata liiaumuta Mauk of Atlv-ii) ' ('I'luu.bm llf-niphia nty rotiputtv 4 Tfiiii'-aff Cnupona AO Knplr Hi .ll (Jpora-i I'nupuna MoWa 0f Bnk t T.nrt..ww dHt.1 lil. or alfHlut . . 1Vb.ll, rr.lil.iu, an ruo la.ua, ami arguuht at es "'; EATIM; 1101;SIwM) STORE. TETER H. GRISHAM ft cU " OA r a'tjkat- H ii ox vi lie, Tennessee. .i . DR. C. WHEELER, Physician, an (1 Surgeon, 'and examining sueqeon for pensioners. Appointed October 9th, IMA. Orrii K la Joh M. Nelle'i Oflleo, MAIN STREET. , JONESBORO', TENN. , OCt61HU5 tf ; wm, mTorisham, - Attorney .t Law, Jonesboro', Tenn. WILL ATTEND TO TIIE COLLECTION of CLAIMS for Ctiien and Soldier, tbair relntives and friends. , ) OFFICE in Court House. septSflyl i A. J. BROWN, . Attorney at Law, i CollectiniK Agent, JOWE8BOROUOH, TENNESSEE. WILL HttACTICB W TUB COL'NTIKi of Hawkins, Greene, Wnshmnton, Cnrter, Jefferson Jolmnn, end Sullivan; also, In tb Supreme end Federal Court at Ifhoivllle. juaeJ-ly. JELIX A. REEVE, . OREETTEVILLE, TENN., VILL HUACTICB IN THE STATE COURTS . In th Counties of Greeae, Wahinftton,nd . Cocke, and in the Federal and Supreme . Court at Knosvllle. Ju30-ly. Dlt. M. S. MAHONEY, " " Physician' 2nd Surgeon, Ohorry. Orovo, (May H lJ JACOB M. ELLIS, M. D. . Vl,rTftBiritnrisi(i?AT.HtiiTo thb V ullla.D.of Bi rfAlO kltXiC. an anrrnandln ""ilr. orriCE al th aVwdaoo aC tamo-1 M K not, 14$. .... , 1 t i anll r; .,: A.W.HOWARD, ' , Attorney and Couniellor I. AT LAW.' J'TTTtLLprarti twill th Circail and Chan. -V' ttrfCmTtt of Greeae, Washington, RulIWa, Hawkins, JetTerson, flevi.r and - fcock CootlUe an 8nprn,. Comt at Knox. illv' ' ; ' j.. wia uarl. Main Miws, - T oreeneville,te.vx. oct. JT IIDUGEMEITS , !. ,.i .,! ., It i .. j I J.MILTON SCUDDER. Attorney and Counsellor AT LAW, Jonesboro Term. OHico with tho Clerk of tho Cirvuit DK. J. S. IIIIEA, JONESBOROUCH, TENN. Pf, 8, tf I W.M II tflltlX. LS. WILLIAM HALE. OFFICE at Itmlilfflre or If. D. Hale, Kq, Buffalo Ridge, Washington Co. BROWNLOW ATKINSON. JEWKLEIV. ESPECTFtTXY IXKODMS THE Pl'n- j lie Unit lie him opened a Sno for Itc- ) r""",C " ..in .... o"k kinils of work 'n the SilTenmilh' 1in. I" lu)i in W. (I. (jiimm'm'rioM Eiibunpf oflice, t..r.t.n VV.iti-li..A uml Imi'il fu nm 1 1 a Jondohiiru, liinitfc. juj.ttf. . WM. HARRIS & Co., , S liulunulr uii'l Kctnil Iii uleis in Drv Goods, Clolliinff, Shoes, Roots, IIA'l'3, CAI'8, 1I0S1KIIV, NOTION'S!, ETC. Gay St, 2 doors North ,, of Cumberland, Kno.vville, Tennessee. TLKASK r.lVB VS A CALL:-' jn'J-tf. J. L. ROSS, Public Auctioneer, act i lanatr : Jonesboro', Tenn. United Slates Sanitary Commission Cllixx Afjonoy. GUims lor Arriiir uf I') n 1 1 llomity. Pcn- I Siuni, C'niumututions nT Raliotin, te. SC., " i colleitiil uilhaul charge. rilltOSE wi.thinir to nviil themselve of I the mlTintni:e nf this Axciicy, nijist apply before the 11. ef Jununry, as no ?ir cliiim nil) be recoil eil nfte Duecniber 31st. 18U0. I ' , . CHARLES SEYMOUR, ' ' Locul AgiMit, Knoiville, Teno. ' 1 docStiljiinl ..... Joa. . n in im.t, iw. . ih'imi, tn. u acauti, JOS. R. MITCHELL & Co. , EXCHANGE BROKERS, ICnoxvillo,'Tenn.," Denl la link Note, Gold, Silver, end tiev ernnif nt Vouc hers. t'olleetlona in all pnrof r.ntt Tennessee , prouipily aiK'iMlml so. "refeiTences. ' First N'atiiinitl Bunk, Co'vnn t Dickinson, Col. John William, A. G. Jm kson, Kuoiville. Park Bunk, John Purker, (CHshler Phrcni Bunk, Lawrence, llalilwin k Co., (No. 70 Wall trtt,) Alexis Brujrir, New Vork. George W. Howard, Wilson II Uurns, Bnltl- more. Chambers, Steven Cincinnati. t Co., It. M. Pomroy, (dsn S w. r. WILSON. 1. P . WILSOH & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSIOrMElCHANTS, Corner of Gay'and Chnrch Streets, OofXlrt'a XSlools., ' Knoxville, Tenri." fost Office Box 1M. noflO 6m." Investments in New York. PERSON'S WISHING TO MAKfiNVF.ST IJ.NT3 in New York, can hare their Imsine trui-teLb u, throaph our reli aula correspondent in tlist C tf. . ; , J03.R. U1ULI.LL ,CO, ViSi g i ' Kfloirllle, Tidsm . , i - JOUN O'NILLB, Lata Capaiai Utk . J. K P. HALL LiM. 1. 4u. Ten. C.'-, 8. V. I. O'NEIL AND HALL, r OFFICE I COI BT HOISB IP BTAIIW. T)UOSECUTB CLAIMS AGAINSTItUK If Government for property tken by end fuf the MS of the Army. Bounty for Two Years' Service;; Bounty for Wonnds, and Soldier Dis charged under General Orders; Back-Pay ad Bonnty procured for Soldiers, and for tu Friend and Relative of deceased Sol dier: also Pension for Fathers, Mo.hen Widows, and Minor ChU.lrw; Commnlatlon forucb .) been Friioarof W; Prli Money! .1 HORSES f 08T ! whll ivt4ia elc. i HpeciaVt''Inn rnld VTBUk'n? Ml Or- PAPER.S, AND TO TnH COLLECT 105 OF TOUCHERS. fjepUlotr. JONKSBQKOUOH; TENN ; the;union;,flag:; Joncsboroiigh, January 5, ' 1866 G. 'IS. . QTIISITAM, , EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. Terms. fejrTbe Usios Klaci will be pnhllseJ every : tntiay iloiDing, . Oti tiie lullowing Ono copy, per ynr, ,',.,',, 00 ' Six montlis, 1 I ' 1 00 Staple 'copy. 10 cent. ' ' ;i 'i ; i No attention will be puld to order for. lb pnper, unlmi nccomptimcJ by tb Oaiii. i j!iOAnTmiTir.M.sT will bo charged $1 BO pur .qiiurc, (ten lines or less,) for tlio first insertion, nnil 75 centu tor eeh Continnrince. A lilicnil deduction will be made to yearly advertisers. . . . . i r.ANocsc'tNo Cahdidatk For County oSices, $5 00; Stnte, $10 00. 1 Jou-Pristixu,- of all description, nintly exectiteu, CHX, All communications tending to per- lorml n)frauui.eiiicnt or emolument will be cniircu the anmo as gdvcrtiemenU. . AtlvertixemrntH rontinned, nnlom or- civii to no moppmi. CARRIER'S ADDRESS. Wheel within wheel are ever found lit nil men's rmve nll'uirs, 'tis said. So rolls the enrth its ditilyround; Througli longer tim'S the Seasons shed Their iufluonce on Duma Nature's face ' Each in Us tnrn, mild or scveie; Then runs tho globe its dietunt race Einbraciuy nil within th year. . . . Why then mny not tho " Carrier Boy" Lare orbit have, as well as small T ' Eearn week with newa of Rrief or joy, ' To shop and oflice, house and,ball, He'd trudge alonic through dust or mud, Turmi;('j heat and void, sumlilne and raiu. tipriug time has come when floorers bud ' And bloom ; then over hill n plain, , , Summer its glories wide hat poured j Next, Autumn, with bright, mellow skies And liicious fruits, prnlnsely stored j Last, Winter, when all Nature Hie ' And bide its life from ire mid cold And yet through all, he'd plod bi way, The current news to oft untold. Voui ones ht eumti to get hit pay. Impute to him no ordid mind : ' He flks not silver bright, nor gold. ' lie his rpward by " Spinner" signed, ,' Or currviuy in fructious told I ... 1 , Since loai be mud his annual call, 1 'A change lis o'er the country pivtsnl, Pleasant as great. What sudden fall Was there to Davis' League, when vast. And tuigluy armies that bai met Often in battle slern, again Met peacefully, the bluody doht "f warull paid a- Ona, with deep pain To gnniiiil its arms and yield the palmy, Tlie other, niKater of the Held, To take H!i Jot. reMrtined and ralm't The victory, iti fne must yield t - Then o'e.r tlie laird rejuieinisS went .' Fervent and loud from loyal hearts. E'en conquered people were content, Or glad with scene of strifs to part. Up to the King of kingswer poured Th.uikHgiviiig warm. His name be praised ! Joyful on nir the eaunon roared i . . . , With shouts mid songs strong arm npralsed Our country's flag, th Stripes and Star, Waving it high o'er land and sea, ' O'er soldiers l.raT and gallant tars, O'er Slates United still and free I y But hark t on the wind come a sorrowful wail I " 'Tis the voice of a nation lamenting itsChiot The checks of strong; men attb story grow pale " Tender heart, a they hear it, In tear find relief 1 " " ' " The nm it of brat onl, bonest Lincoln' a ' more! ' ' ' -i The victor I victim by ainrderon band. Toll oat the hells I let the rich and th poor Join in grief o'er his bier throughout the broad land. ' " ' ' - Let the men whom be freed, Afric'i .dark, tawny on Sing his requiem nd , as b siaks la his grate, - ' " 1 On the plain of the Welt, where th gnat river runs. . . . 'Tvrn theVf of tb Nation, be labored .to tavet . 1 ' , Another guide tb thin of State, . , . . Acros the dangerous deep. The Captain now, wa boeu Mat . And al'e, the vessel' way will keep. Reconstruction reqnire great skill, And good knoweledge what tools to work. He ba vigor, sense and the will ' 1 1 No duty official to shirk. ' The people's vole will cheer himstill In all that accords with the Right, ; 1 ' Tht fnvors Peace and tends to fill America with life rnd light. " ' But leel at what a fat rt ly Pegasds goes I So r:iild has been hi gait 'Tis high time to cloae. ' " Sly pen of public affair ' ' lithe sharply to write J Of the people' losses, care. And inO'llrrg In fight, Of the Nation's heavy debt, And ill high prices, And things to know or forget , As wisdom advise. ' " But 1.11 trospas no mor. 'Adlonl 1 ' ' Till next year arrives- . .'. ! . , . A huppy " Years to yon And long b jour liyeil . Whig. a tfiL. Tlio Commerciara Wnlungton apecinl aaya: Tho Virginia and Iiouisi nna dclegnted nre tiow nrglnnj that th mime privileges pranted to the Tun ncmee dclfation nhould be extondod to thorn. ' Al-o, ' thul ConRreM Ma by no moana ploaaed with the lomir and ap!, it now beintrdirtplayod by the Yi" Kli.ia LecUlature. ' ' ,9tnor Unmero has received further adctces Trom Mexica favorttblo ror the Liberals, who are iecaroe.tabli.ncd at Cliihuahaa. : ' ' ' "'" ' ' A Wuahington ipeola! atatea that It I nndoreMod' that th. Hoaet iCora mlttctf orr Foreleg Relatione will talte atroni Wounds on' the Mexican qaea-tlon.'pThaSnitiill-b:mor oon- aorvatiro. TOIDAY.nJANUARY.5;lgGC; DEATH of Capt. W K GOUELEYy Co; A. 13thiTenn. Cavalry, V" t.. t. r. n . . 1 juaj'.uiiogj Vftmit me .(noir bt wr done with the clamor of war and retu rntd tq tho peaceful ;vocfition,oj' life,) tjuougb ;tb Colamntofyour paper te pay tb last tribute ofitKpcdt to cm lamented .friend and broth er erScer, Capb W, M.,QocaniT,.who Ml in a hand t band eonllict with the, enemy jvtt , r; w,,,to tltyt, the, 19tli; of Pcember, at the town, o' Marion Va ' It will tatime and pt)c long te be remembered, by u wbo tbrougb.the Fforidenco ofGod, escpcd witU oor lives , through that tuomentou affair.-. DityliglitwUicli ibad been to anxiously look, ed for during th preceding Bight, wa slow, ly making it appearance in the. oriental horiioni though in toosequenco of tb heavy fog,) thick darknes bad conred the land, " when w come to tb nemy's outpost near the above mentioned place all of whom were Captured. This of course made our in gress to the town morel easy. 1 A portiou of th Tennessee Brigade was ordered to charge the enemy' reserve, which we did under tbe most destructive fire, from tbolp linos, which bnd previously been formed for th purpose of defending their artillery.' A our charge was mad with drawn sabrei, we firtd Dot a gun, but pushed, forward In (olid column, of ficer cheering their men and men cheering each other, .AHhoQgb, Tt, Was yet (lark, there could be no miituke about tl direction we wer coming,-lo'thai th caustof oor mirac ulous escape is only known to the; God of bat tles. Hand fo hand we mtt tbem ; It was now with but little accuracy w could dis tinguish friend frm foe, the hinting of fire arms In the bands ' of the enemy, th clash ing of steel in tbe band of our. own men, a well a th uncertainty of dealing those death blow by random, made th whole mdst hideous afTnlr.' It was at thi moment that the hero of this subject made a bold dash, with uplifted tword, Into thlr very midst He was seen by th blaze of .their gun to reel in )b!s kaddle,' and tnaklrtg it seemed, super human exertions, to recover hi posi tion. Jlutalusl oucc mur( b reeled, and hi body fell a lifeless corpse In th street of Marion, .Thus fell tbe ' bravest of tbe brave." . t i I J. A j i J ' Capt. Oourley having served a tour in tbe War between tbe United States and Mexico, whs perhaps from this cause the more easily aroused, and the more ready to respond to " his couutry' calf when our political hor zon began to darken ; when traitor . seemed to be growing pnpnlur and treason resptcta Ble ; when those illustrious statesmen,, wbo ones occupied conspicuous positions in our front ranks, and who still urge their claim on account of tbeir tvptntr aiilitiu, dad,be- gan to succumb to ' th pressure of circum stances.", It wa at thi dark moment that Capt. Gourley, like thousands of other brave men, espoused th iaus in which he lost bi life, entering tb ranks a a pritatt soiiur, from which position he w.ta promoted fur mtriloriom tonduct, to a Captaincy in tb 13th Tsuneise cavalry, la which capacity he. of. 6 tin ted with 11 equal pleasure to himself and hrnor to theoau," until the AH-lse Dis poser of human event, taw fit, to end bi earthly career, arid although we. are noabl to roll back tb billowy tide of time, or wa-, fold th mouldering clay and gste apon that face which once' bespoke lUcb manllne although' we can never mora e earth com. mingle oor voices with the" berol dead, "yet suet sacrifices will undoubtedly be remember ed In all lime to'come ; ye, lblr name will be stamped upon tbe minds and In the breast of all who lore their cause; their history, like Inscriptions upon pillars of marble, will ttaad during tbe impending age of tltne-J Capt Gourley possessed all tho charncUM Istlcs of true soWier yes be was both "brav aud generous. " , May the " God of battle protect his bereaved wife and orphan chil dren, and hould their eye vr rest npoo thi artlcl they will undoubtedly pcrciv that they bav at lcit on tru friend. , , , , , G. W, Ponoarr, . Latt Major 13(4 fraa. Cavalry. Gray's nill.Tenn., Dec. 1, 1863. jtnBy the t'rayslan law of divorce, it iarcouired that, before alienor pro- ceodingH, the pastor of the quarrelling couple shall bave an op porvunuy i reoonoilinf? tnem. in ioo, o i.ouu applicationa for divorce, 8,774 were reconciled by tbeir pastors. t tnr A Boston merchant, writlnir from Kingston, Jamacla, says that, of the blacks executed, ote balf at least knew nothing whatever of tho out break. '' Tboosanda of innooentblacka hsd beon severely whipped to Inspire them with- e, wuolosaie loir or aucn proceed i n ga. i ' v ---.. . MvTha MittaissiDDi LoL'blature re cently passed a bill prohibiting frecd men from reatinff or leaning lands, the knowledge of which beinx received in washiegtort, President Jwhnson direct, reeled it to ba disregarded, and Goner? ar Iloward Immediately issued an or der to the above affect, , x , . . , , 7 , , u . .ov.It II currently, reported that Engliab raercbanU anft apVeri have n eye on our Southern lands, with. view of investing larg (snm fqf . teo cultivation of cotton. Mr. Conway, lata'of tha FreedmeViTTuraan, in Lou ifriana, hue been tqtiaated to-vi(ii Llvr ernool and London, tf glva the. requir ed inlormatlon,? flv p. Howard) j laid to faTor tbe project. A ,vo.;. Th cPaalQa .IUil Road IJuea of ' i ... -f . Boute. , . , ... , .: . ' Extract. from revised, copy of the, last re port of the Commlssiooer of tiio General Land Office. ...... ' After referrioi to the the" Uieat Pacific railways, th report describes tbu 'lines of .n...... a. r..1lnw. . ! -Tbe first of thes'e rontei having ceiUratlfy of position, starting from Omaha, Nebraska, i to be formed by the Union Pacific: an -tbe eastern or Missouri ide, liukid to the Cru-. tral Pacific on fhe weittrn or raemp.side, constitutinz one great national route, with a line from the Missouri river at the' mouth of tbe Kansas, in north latitude 3920,near the latitude ef .Washington, City, the, national Metropoli, nd of St. Louis, curving north ward, takes Its westerly course by two branches "along tbe Kansas and Republican rivers, onitlng upon ' the 100th meridian, thence across the ulains to Denver, the cap! tal of tho new Slate of Colorado, onward over tbe mountains and through the valleys, er. tending to Great Salt' Lake City, In latitude 30 sir. ; j - ,..., , ., From that point the Union Pacific, an1 Ccn. tral will traverse Nevada, near tbu silver re. glon, entering California, and 'reaching the navigable, water of the Sacramento' in lati tude 40 lo'. turning .southwardly along thu vallev of that river, via, Sacramento City, it will extend to San Francisco, In latitude 37 47'. "Then the .terminus 'f the eastern 'or KansuawMissonri tide will have a branch road. now in DFogress, and .the construction of which Is aided by a liberal grant, starting from Leavenworth, tlirOogh Lawrence, In Kunsui, to the ionthern boundary In tb di. rcction of Galveston bay, en tbe Gulf of Mex ico, This road, extended to the Utter point, Would not only open to our advancing popula tion one of tbe richest 'agricultural region an the continent, bnt would connect tbe whole system of railroads North and Soatb, unite them to the great Pacific trunk line, and bind the Northern, Ceutrul and southern portions of the arreat valley of the Mississippi By tbe indissoluble bond of interest aud com. merce. Congren has ordered land conces sions, in aid of tho Union .Central route, hick, by estimate, wilt embrace some thir ty-five millions ol acre. - ' Tbe second of theie semi-Continental rout'l is the Northern Pacific railway, which, will begin at a point on Lake Superior, in Min nesota, In lutitudo 47" north, running thtnee Westwardly between the paralelle of 45 30' and 48 30 north latitude, .- by a serpentine line to Olympbia, at the southernmost poiut ef Puget's Sound, in latitude 47" i.' west, in Washington Territory, the most distant prsc ileal mosaic block of the Republic, with a branch read along the valley ef tb Columbia river to Portland, Oregon, in latitude. 45 30'. The laod grant by Congress to accomplish tin's preat work' will comprise', by estimate, forty seven- millions three hundred sad sixty thousand acre. j .'; IWU Tbe Herald's Washiuton special Says"; General Grant had an Interview with the President yesterdays and -communicated to bint tbe result of hi ohtervationa during bi recent trip through Virginia, North Car olina, and ' Georgia. lie was everywhere respecfully recesved by nil. The majority of the negroes in these State ar In a compar ative state of idleness, and nearly all refuse to renew ooatraot until after Christmas, bt livinga division of property , i to take tine a', that time. Tbe Southern men of ifluence wire outspoken In favor of com plvlng with any demand' 'the President might consider necessary fcr tbeir restora tion. General Grant believe that the people f tke South almost .unanimously desire Speedy readniissioo into the Union, and that their professions of future loyalty and good behavor are honest and sincere. J i It It proposed to fix the nam of Lincoln to torn of tho western Territories, t ' , vr tjr The nnrabcr of paupers in Lng laml on the 1st of January last wis 674,772, cxclnsivo'of 111 Insane In iho Gilbert's incorporation Of the 974, 772; as many 4 88,487 rore insane, and of that number 28,406 were uv natica, and 10,021 idiots. ., Thus four per cent, of piuipcrism was ascrlbable to Insanity. )n regard to tho soxos, 16,826, were miiloa, and 21,061 female making 28,406 whilst of idiots, 4,567 were wales, and 5,454 wero females, making 10,021,'. Of thefpgrpflr cont. of insanity, thq lunatioa wore 2-9 per teat, and tU idiots 1.1 per cont'. In London, on the 1st January, ihoro wero 105.3.) I paupor-, aud, of that numbor 5,983 worojnsano. . , , . tt.. Southern newspaper laye : "Tho Southern armies huvo laid down - t wf thoir arras. , , , ,,,, , -1 No they didn't. Their arms -wore wrosted from .hem after thet wer ov. erpowered, and soundty whipped by theallconqnoring soldierol the Unjop, to opposo whom is to etruggle against destiny. 'We have Beard enough of this foolish stuff about the rebul army lay ing down their arms as if it was a vol untary act, for wbit'b they deserved in Unite credit. On the contrary, they gave op their arms forth aim plo reason that they could not help themselves. If the turrondcr was a virtue it was a yirtaa, of necessity. , '."ITue RrcnMO"oTiMi8says soci etioa for tho encouragement of Immi gration are being rapidly established in all the Southern States. Tho success of these enterprises is so indispensable to alt the indu-lrisl pursuits tbatv when nndorthaaaspices of gentlemen of div tlnctlon.reepeeUbility and integrity, they will mefit tho attention .of the press. We do not, however," 4oem the rapid multiplication of those socie ties half no important aa tha there shall, be a'gfeat central ociety.eaoh in State, with ample) capital, ablaagenta and faoilitleaforproouring immigrant and tranSportinn' them directly from Enfope to1 tl Sontlieni States. Soci eties tho,s orgsnlssd have peopled tbe "WcFroro Sta'.cs.wiifv'a bardy and in duitrlodi fopukttlott.':-'-s'? r-a-:, 1 Is 1 i rW'i'"tt''?iTinffr,''j I u i v. ; l-i . '.. - ' i eaT . ; This is the title of a new Uutou pat, per to be started in Chattanooga first of FcLrhar. ty att'asBOciation b atmiirht-out Union men', with lnmtniJ-''i tapttal. Jaaioa il. tlaaoay A Co:,'arQ; the wiblirjliersjid.hey say, ,in (Iieixf 'prospectus, u Our only aim is tbe pres cfvatioh and' support t)f the Union' for , which w,"0" onr father -bav fought, bled and died."' )fo are'gliti, that a truly loyal and, foarjoaa Viiioi, paper is to be started at that most ja),,: portnnt point. ,'ThOTo is really i h( paper there,' for the miserable ticlfoty'i ootveoro r tbey havq5. be're'chingln with every wind, is an .jnjury to f,hu; Union cans, by professing Unionieinr ,, The American Union will be issued. daily and' weekly'; and will bo able tf give tho latost news from' the North ' and South. .The Weokly vwjll ..apiiear," evory 'Iharsdny, deigneJ. espcuuly., for tho country circulation, i'ho pa-.T per-ought to bare a large circulation j nnd we hope? it will be a valuable eo.t worker it) tho causo of the Union.- That aur true Union men nviy sqo tio papep has tho , right ringH -we ,9,uoto anothor eontenca from the prospectus.' It says it will bo , " demoted to' the fn-. H tcvotit of tho country, and a, fuir and unconditional support of our glorious" Union."-V; , '4'JM ; " "Acquittal Of Sherry1.' -ni i The notorious J.A. Kpcrry, editors and publisbor of tbo Knoxville ltegis ter, was brought before tbe .Foderai Court last weok and discharged, -as gcntloman tolls us, on the ground that,,, thoro was no charge against hiro t This , man haa edited and .published,. until Curnside curao in, one of tho , most treasonabla sheets, that ever vili- . fiod tho Federal government and. per- . aecitted Union men ic I his or any oth er Stalo, t Every cowardly writer and ' i viritJictive bluckguard that chose to abune the Government . and slandct': loyal men, would do so through tha Register, and Pperry would lather thuir articles as editorials of his own.'' Tho result was, that a constant 1 firu was kept np against tho Government, tho Union army, and th trave ' East' Tenncesccans who crossed tbe moun tain and joined tbo army. .The bang.: ing and imprisonment of Union men was advocatod and justiliod both by Spcrry and bis murderous, -oowardly. , and unprincipled contributors. If Ui Court having nothing against tUia reb- , ol boast, and he will, remain :lpng4 enough in Fast Tennessee ,tq let thu m hundreds be has injured, and abused know that be is at liberty, ha will find' individuals w,bo have ought against ' .... . , .., , ,.1(J I Tfttiiu.JN CoiRTsii'ip Be' true'To1" our lover, I don l mean to stick to im, tut don't deceive fiim.' Let hfmf know what sort'df a person yod art.1 Toll eaclt other' your a faults, 'rnhkef? known your real opinions, state yoop views of married companiona. ' Da-I spiso and abhor the' humbnging which ;, is almost universal among -lovers.-r Girls keep out of sight tbeir failings, and do the best to cause tbeir beaux., to think them angols, .and men bow y like slaves te every wish or. 5wbii)i oj their lady loves, aad seem Xo Uv but, , to make thorn: happy. - Now, 4 his i , iot as it ought to be; it will not bq,8o , after marriaga.Tba woman will grow t weary of acting her prettiest, and the't Irian will noteudure all sorts of corr-' veniences and, submit to all sacrifircri to please tbo woman wbo is securely is own.,.., . , , . I Ilia iho, dearest ploasiiro of every' li'MO woman, to. obey and mako Tiitppy"1 tho man she loves, if he Is kind and'' reasonable, but how much better It would bo to teach tho sweetheart tohertruposUi6nl ' I wOritsufj-any more'td tho girls,' as theyftave to Wett wooed and won.ttnd'aaihey bvfWr! c chance tRafi' the' men : bare, .Uro in m6re excuso fbr them to put the beat sido our; only let tborur atriva te keop. it out.'and we tava no further contron versy with them.." But, the en ,ar, withoot eicussj for boWing.out s.ucli; pretenoca aa they do. CrueVbecausa.' the pain which tha womaq.will fuel, when all bit subserviency and prefor-, enco to her ia withhold, will bo in pro- portion to the pleasnro with which it is received j nnwiae," becahso It may be such a khook lo her as to cau bet resolutely to rebel, or'ttilontly eeaaw to love. In either ease' thr husband will be sorely Vanished for so long ig norlng thel? MnitTelatiOna to- cacb otheh' ' ' " " ' -'' ' -1 t'j ' -f ' . 'i te a wi'n ' dj .tj VST A young: lady, playfully jod detuning tha wearing of wbiskera ami mustaches, deelarod,." It js ooe of thp fashions I invariably,, act -ioj,i,tvf against." , rri J-.ST ' ) m ... , )?. ; One hundred and sixty-ninfMajcr and Brigadier Generals 'bar iecu mastered out of service since Maxell fast. v t:''''7.;,--",,"'' GoorgO W.'Gale, who oirerei 10GV 60O for tne'aMaasTpatfdiV'bf Mr Lia- coln, 'T90,,rt." 0nnt?omerJft Alabasa, to apDear,' wbtj catloa 1 foK 3 1 r ' n l V I: j. T