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W n A WCTWfi- HOUSE
JIT COOKE & GO.
and 114 South Third St.,
Dealers in all kinds of
OLD 5-20's WATOU,
IS EXCHANGE FOB NKW
4 J.IBBBAI. DIFFEBESCK ALLOWED,
OMPOUN D INTKKEST NOTES WANTED!
ISTKBKST ALLOWED OS DEPOSIT.
,,rrrroN9 MADE. Stocks Bongrit na boi
, "V- -r-vTTi A TT'TT'
ItlDlHI ASH CQOCKBLOR
wui nmctioe inthe Courts i of Wash
"J iDKton, Carter, Johnson, uinvan,
Wftwiins and Greene Counties.
t pj.d1 onil Snnrema Courts, tX
' Ana in tne """" r .
flffic no stnin m tne uoun
I April 12th 186T. tf. .
"shmTOER & HACKER,
Attflmevs afcd Counsellors
"oK, t arter, and e louulio-s
And in the Federal and Snp'reme Courts at
Office formely occupied by Jm. W. Deader
ick below Keeo't Gallery.
NAT. B. OWENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Tf Till PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF
W -. . W.ohinirlnn. dirter. John-
ton and Sullivan counties, and in the ieaJ-
ra! snd Supreme UouriB at
tzt r-i oxvilld
OFFICE, front room of Dr. Armstrong's
residence, main street, EaBt of Court House
Feb. 23, ly
A. W. HOWARD,
Attorney and Counsellor
.it in tho nircnit and Chan-
WljU ui avv v ----
eery Courts of Greene, Washington,
Cock Cotrnties and Supreme Court at Knox-
nm -Br nriwll. M'Oin-liey Ws.
old Stand, main mn-ri,
oct.27 iy QREKNEVILLE, TENX
THOMAS S; SMYTH,
Attorney at Law,
rrriu. prtAOTlCE IN THE COUNTIES
V of Johnson, Cartor, Washington and
Greene, Also in the Supreme and Federal
Pes JJ, ly :
9. J. OIBS0S, MaD.
H. A. IltLT,
to the srood people of Wash-
Inirtnn flnnntT. that OUT Drtle dtOfe
ppoaite the Cour. House, after being ciosea
thrnnah lh. kntlB.t nt th. late StruffBle, Is
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now permanently re-opened for trade, and
we would cordially Invite all, and especially
the sick and needy, to frequent out establish
msnt as we shall endeavor to furnish articles
uited to the taste nd necessities of the
Oar Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Dye Stuff i
C are fresh, while with our FANCY AND
TOTT.KT ilTifll.R.1 hnn. to be able to
please all. GIBSON k KELLY.
87je21tf. , . . .
DR. GEO. H. CROSSWHITH.
OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL 8ERVI
ces to tne ettisens of Washington coun
ty. Offloe and residence on Cherokee, four
lies Honth of ionesboro', oo the Ashevillfl
D, J. GIBSON, M. 1).,
Oface, :Main Street, opposite
the Court House,
WHERS HE MAY BE FOUND IN THB
day-time, and at hie Residence oaleee-
"urg au, la the west end oi town, at niguv.
Novlgtf . ' -
, , LU. C..WHEELEE, . ,
ihyglciiji1 and Snrscon
AND EXAMINI50 BUEC.E9N
Aawlat4 Oeiober a4tk, IftM.
ric tat Jaka B. BcUe's Ew OBJoa,
, MAIH STREET, '
0ct1885 tf '
at - .1'
DR. J. S. RHEA
II. T. OoX.or Tnh
J. L. COX-, or Turn,
II. T. COX & BRO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '
FOBSITII STKEET, ,. .
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO SALE OF
Produce, Groceries, and General
AND FILLING ORDERS FOR
PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE.
REFER TO Dusiness houses generally of
East Tennessee and Southwestern Virginia.
Dusiness bouses generally of Atlanta. French,
Brown k Co., and others, Chattanooga Tenn.
Mnstengale & Co., and others, Nashville,
A. 151. SEAGO,
Established in Business iu 1852,
Cor. Forsyth and Mitchell Sts. '
Atlanta, G- a ,
. Consignments Solicited. ,
- J. OTIT TAYLOR,
Lato Una, Socke A Taylor.
Late Lm, Bocke A Taylor,
LEE & TAYLOB,
d of Lm Rocka Taylor.)
5ALE A RETAIL
Fire Proof Iiuilding, 105 Main Street, on the
Marin, near Va.$ Tenn. R. R. Depot,
Will give particular attention to the Sale of
! . , , all consignments, sucu us , i
Tobacco, Wheat Flour,' Bacon,
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE CJEXRAf.LT
J, Attend promptly to goods consigned
n tin forwarded, and keen always on hand
n extensive assortment of GRCERIES LI
QUORS, WINES, ic, Ac. 18G6 Aug. 3. ly.
Grovesteen & Co.
Piano Forte Manufacturers:
499 Broadway. New York.
TrfRSE PIANOS received the Highest Award
of Merit! at the World t Fair,- over the beat
mule era from London. Paris, Germany, the
cities of New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Boston; also, the Gold Medal at the A
merican Imtitute, for FIVE SUCCESSIVE
YEAftRII Our Pinnos contain the French
Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Overstrung Bass,
P,,ll Irnn Frame, and all Modern Improve
ments. Every Instrument varrtnted FIVE
vtart. Made under the supervision of Mr,
H. GROVESTEEN, who has a practical ex
ripnimca of over th.rtvflrt years, and is th
eleven thomanS piano forte: Our
f,il!ti fnr mannfactUrinit enable us to sell
these Instruments from $100 f200 theaper
thah any first class piano forte.
fugl7 1866 2yH&P
LU M B E R! LUMBER!
R TTAVF. NOW AND W1L-U Ithir
constantly on band every variety or
consisting of POPLAR, PINE, OAK, WAL
NUT, CHERRY, c, which we will deliver
at our Mill near Johnson's Depot, or at any
point on the East Tennessee and Virginia
Rail Road, on liberal terms. ' ' - .
Sa, 1 tf HENRY JOHNSON k ti.
W. P. W1LS0M.
fl P MM I
III I. IllkUUII A wws.
Corner of Gay and Church Streets,
Post Office Box 154 nor. 10 em
East Tennessee Land Agency.
MUNSON & SEYMOUR.
Real Estate Agents;
WILL attend to the Purchase, Sale add Ex;
change of Beat Estate. We havj cbmple;
0 ..... IV., X -.. a la.J. In th.
ted arrangemcnis w, ouw on. .....
Eastern and Northern Markets, and have un
exampled facilities for disposing of Farms,
Town Property, Mills, Ac, o good terms.
Western land exchanged for land In Bast
Tennessee, ..... t,...
Office corner UAT na maih oireew,
decStf Knotville, TcnnciM
tl. w. Corn.
. I, WlltfOS. . w. AT1S.
COFFIN, WILSON & MAHTIlf
hnU ht Ike W if Vmi isi atiip if the)
BiK.fre lWKtiriif, CeBpMj
WILL attend strictly the sale of Corn,
n lnnr. Bacon. Lard, c Par-
tlcular attention paid to filling orders for all
kinds of Prodtce o Merchandise. .'
Coffins Block, Gay Street,
(Aw th Baptut tturch,)
" Invcstmrnts in New York.
T-vi?rtHnNSUisnrfOTO MARK INVEST
MKST3 in Kw York, can have their
business transacted by ni, through our reli
able correspondent In thattmy.
J03. R. MITCHELL kCO,
4ei. 8. KooivUlf Tenn
JONESBOUOUGH TENN. FRIDAY,
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onesboro', lens, Oct. 18,! 1867.
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A From ttis Naahrille l'resi and Times.)
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
For 1867, With a Record of the
Occupation, Profession, and of
the Public Services of the Mem
bers. The New Officers of the Legislature.
TIov. D. W. C. Senteb, of Grain-
ai rnnntv. w&s electea bpoaser or
the Senate yesterday, after a protract
ed and closely contCBtea oanoung.
The new Speaker, although the young
est member of the Sonate, is a legis
lator of considerable experience
havinsr served three terras - as a mem
ber of the House, and one term as a
membor of the Senate, ile is a law
yer by profession, ono of the best
popular speakers and debaters in the
Stato, and has much more than ordi
nary talents. By common consent
he is pronounced a parliamentarian of
the first order, is ready on all points
of order ; and with his easy, unas
suming manner, and uniform courtosy
and urbanity, cannot fail to beoome a
universal fuvorite in his new position.
Altogether, may be classed as ono of
the strong and rising men of tbo
State, with a bright caroor before
D. M. Nklson, of Bradley county,
Principal Clerk of the Senate, served
with credit as Captain in the Ninth
Tennessee Cavalry, in the Union ar
mv. Ile is Quite young, a gentlemen
of fine abilities, and a highly prom-
iaincr pobular speaker, ile is a line
penman and has accommodating man
ners, and has the capacity to make
ohe of the most ' popular clerks who
ever officiated in the Senate chamber.
Dr. Wm. Bakes, of Warren coun
ty, the Engrossing Clerk, is the editor
Of the McMinnville Enterprise, one of
he best county papers in the state.
In has labored like a hero in the
Union cause, and Is well bualifidd for
the position he has attained.
Vvm. T. Catk, of Hamilton COun;
ty, Principal Doorkeeper, was chosen
on the first ballot td retain tho posi
tion he filled with general acceptance
last sesslori. He served Irt the Filth
Tennessee Infantry, against the re
bellion, and has always beoo as true
assteol. His pluck was ropeatedly
tested by the seditionists, In the lost
Legislature, and he always filled the
measure ot omctai uu.j ;
B. T. Fostkk, the Assistant Door
keeper, served ga'.lahtly In the Unidn
army, ana is nigniy cummin'"""
true, capamo ana emciBin muu.
TTnV. Ti1. S. RlCHABDS, tho tlCW
Speaker of the House, is from Shelby
couhty, and is noted as a railroad and
hni nun man 01 CTuav eiiuitj
torpriso. He was a popular member
of tho last iiouso, auuvo u .i.uuo
trious.possessos great suavity of man
nnr anrl with a little exporionco will
get a long smoothly with tbo business
of the House. .
K. Gribham. Trincipal ClerK
r ika TTnnan. ia the editor1 of the
TnnnJiW Flaa. ft vigorous and high
ly effloient journal during tho recent
n.mrtniirn. He is a cood soldier and
a 'eood writer, and a gontloman of
highly estimable charactor. . llo has
never mie.ed firo, eitbor as an officer
in the Union army, in the state uuara,
nr In the editorial chair. He has been
honored with oceans of rebel abase
and blackguardism, and wo have a
fellow feoling for him.
Ma. CuKNtXOiUM. the Asaislant
cu pied with great acceptance in tho
last House. He has experience, is
courteous and industrious, and will
disoharge bis duties very efficiently.
I. P. P. C. NELSON; born in
Washington county, Tennessee; age
38; farmor; First Lieutenant Thir
teenth Tennessee Cavalry, and A.
C. S. of 3d brigade, 1st Cavalry Di
vision Army of tho Cumberland.
II. JOSEPH ECKEL; born in
Jefferson county, Tennennee; farmer;
age 48 ; member of the Stale Con
stitutional Convention of 1SG5. '
III. STEPHEN MATTI1KWS.
' IV. D, W. C. SENTEKj born in
Calhoun ; McAlinn county Tennessee;
lawyer; ago 34; member of House
momDer ot the
State Constitutional Convention 18G5;
member of Senate 180a--67.
V. 12. P. EATON ; born in Russll-
villo, Jefferson countj, Teun.; physi
cian ; age 31.
VI., . (i. W. KEITH j born in An-
derson county ; farmer; age 52; Cap
tain Co. B 2d Tennessee Infantry ; ap
pointed Ilegimontal Quartermaster ;
Member of tho Senate 1865-67.
VII. S. M. HENDERSON; born
in Jofforson county, Ten.; merchant;
age 54; sent three sons into tho Union
army, ono of whom was murdered by
VIII. A. M. CATE ; born in Jef
ferson county Tennessee; farmor; ago
45; member of the celebrated unti
socession Knoxvillo-Greenovillo Con
vention, of 18C1, and aided in organi
zing a company of State Guards,
(Union), undor its direction, enlisting
in it as a private; lod tho expedition
which burned tho Hiawassoo bridgo,
November 8, 1861 ; driven from home
by the rebels same month and hid in
the mountains for forty-six days ; es
caped to tho Union army at Somerset,
Ky., January 1, 1862 ; and was put in
command of the Transportation de
partment by General Carter; appoint
ed W 2d Lieutenancy the following
June ; led a highly succceful cavalry
expeditioh beyond Jonosvillo, Vir
ginia, and captured a largo numbor of
prisoners, horses, wagons, and army
stores-, and returned without any loss
whatever, in the face of Ashloy's reb
el cavalry ; September 1862, Commis
sary of Subsistence for 1st Tennesseo
brigade ; commissioned Captain, Sep
tember 14th ; was in tho retreat from
Cumberland Gap to the Ohio river,
confronting Morgan's cavalry for six
teen days and nights ; was in freqnont
skirmishes at Liberty, Carthage, Spar
ta, Strawberry Plains, and at the bat
tlo of Stone River; was in the Gcor-
. o T A U .....
gni campaign irom jimo i aciem-
ber, 1U64 ana at tuo uaiues w umi
Mountain, Konesaw, and Marietta;
was a member of tho Stato Constitu
tional Convention and of the Senate
of 1865-67. ...
IX. SAMUEL PAKK-Elt ; born in
Virginia ; farmor; age 51.
P -. , . ...... M11.1MV t ! ..
A. 11. S. 1AT 1 WW.l ; D" " "
Wilson eountv. Tennessee! Iitrmer;
ace 40; membor of State Senate, 1867.
XI. JOUiS A. i) UUJ ; wirn hi
Champaign county, Ohio; physician
nnd farmer; age 52; membor of tho
House 1845-47, and 1865-67 ; sorved
five months as surgeon' of Col. Black
burn's regiment of Tennessee Mount
ed Infantry. ' , .
XII. W. Y. ELLIOTT j born in
n.nt.hArfVird county. Tennessee; mcr-
chant: ao 86: member ot mo nouse,
- , r
VIII. W. HI WISENER': born in
what was then Bedford, now Marshnll
county, Tennessee j lawyor; ago an
mnmhfii-nt the Senaio, lsua-ui mom
bor of House. 1847'51-53i Speaker of
House. 1853 : member ot House, ISo'J
XIV. GEN.JOlia li. KUijtus;
horn in Grconbriar count', Virginia;
age C7 ; lawyor ; Staff Officer under
Gen. Andrew Jackson; served as
Field, Company nnd Genoral Ollicer
under Uons. Gaines ana curroii; ma
or General inToxan army undor Gen
TV W.l WYATT.
XVI. ' W. A. GA I'.NER, Lawrence
County; born in uawronco county,
Tenn.; farmor; age 80; Captain Coi I
2d Tennesseo Mounted Infantry, U. S,
A - Member of tbo House, 1865-67.
XYil.'J.l). r 111 rjivoLri I uorn in
Williamsburg District, South Carolinn;
furmor: atro 01 1 Sneaker of the Son-
atn 186ft ( 7. ana rresmoni oi court
of Impoachmont, 1867.
XVIII EUGENE CAREY: born
in Boston. Erie county, N. Y., lawyer;
ago 32 1 County Judge Shoboyguti
onnntv. ono torm : Caitain 1st is
rnnain In unieor iniuntrv, u..-. j.
. . T f ' . tT O i
XIX BERRY LYLIl; born in aiom
gomory county Tennessee; tobacco
nisi; age a.
XX. DAVID WILSON.
XXI. JOHN ALDRIDGR.
XXII. C. UNDERWOOD born
Sevier county, Tenn., age 50; Recruit-Ino-
officer for Bradford's JJattallion
TiinnoseCO Cavalrv. 1863, and Sur
geon of samo tommand for three
months, 18C4; present at massacro of
XXIII. JOHN N'ORJIAN; born In
820 02; member of tho House 1859 00
i io.t. nf
XXIV. J.K. McCALL.
OCTOBER IS, 1867,
XXV. GEN. W. J. SMITH; born
in England; camo to New York in
boyhood; served an apprenticeship in
the painting business; moved to Now
Orleans in 1840;sorvod in war against
Mexico two years; was in Gen, Scott's
body-guard from Vera Cruz to l'uebla
settled, ia. West TonnoBseo at "the
close of the war; was arrested for
disloyalty . to tho Confederacy and
trcd before . Beauregard; after throo
arrests ho joined tho Oth Tennessee
Cavalry, 1862 as a private; promoted
to Regimental. Quartermaster; Major,
Oft. 16, 186-5; Lieutenant Colonel
and afterwards Colonel of reinment;
membor of the State Constitutional
Convention, January, 1865; member
of House from Hardeman county,
1865-67; was ono of the manager for
tho State in tho Fray.ior Impeach
ment Trial, 1807; profession, lawyer;
JEREMIAH GILMER, Maury
county. Born in Sumner, county,
Tennessee; farmer; age 57 ; membor
of the House 1805-7.
JESSE TAYLOR, Perry county.
Rom in Diekson county, Tennesseo;
farmer ; age 51. . i .
JOSEPH W. BAKER, Hancock
county. Horn in Hawkins ; county,
Tennessee; farmer; private soldier in
the Union army ; ago 40.
T. M. McKINLEY, Sumner county.
Born in county Armagh, Ireland ;
merchant; served as private two
years in KinggolU cavalry, ronnsyi.
vania V oliinteers ; nee .14. '
JAMES H. ARGEE, Campbell coun-
tv. Born in Campbell , count', len
nessee ; physician ; served one year
n the Union army ; ago 40. t .
J. P. C. REUX Giles county, tforn
Gilos county,' Tennossej farmor;
JAS. T GRIFFITH. Floater lor
Mciirs. McMinn and Polk. Horn In
Wvthocountv. Yirdnia : . farmer, and
tanner: 820 00. ' ' '
D. G. THORN MJ.KU, jotlorson
countv; born in Jefferson county; age
35 : Colonol Third Tennessee Cavalry,
U. "s. A.; tommancier rirst isngaae
Tennessee Cavalry ; ' member State
Constitutional Convention, 1805; mem
ber of tho House, 18ud-(i7j
J. C. GUILDS, Anderson county ;
born in Anderson county ; farmor
served two years in the Union army;
commissioned Colonol in Third Ten
nessoo Infantry race 47.
E. S. WILL1A3IN. rloftter lor
Smith. Sumner and Macon: born In
Clark county. Ohio ; lawyer ; age 32;
..... . TT t
enlistoa as private in tm juui iui
untcor Infantry ; promoted to cap-
tuincv : commanded post at Carthage
n 18114. and was hitrhly . successtul
irticrilla tiifhter; commissionad Attor
nev General for tho Sixth Judicial
District bv Governor Brownlow,
G. M. BLOOM, McMinn county;
born in' McMinn county, lennosseo;
tanner : aue 32.
VINCENT M Y E US, Claiborne
county : born in Ulaionrno i couniy
Tennessee y farmor and lawyer; tap-
tain Co. " C, r ust 'lonnesseo Volun
teors. and afterwards in First Regt
mont Tennesseo Light Artillery; solv
ed throe years and nino months in
tl.n Tlnionarmvt enlistoa tne nrsi
mnnnnv from Tennesson lor tho
Union army; age 45. ' .
F. S.SINGLETARY, Cartor conn
ty ; born in f.H.abotnton, carter coun
ty ; lawyer. lit Lieutenant Co B, 4th
lnfantn-, U. A.; ago a. .
J. 01. ili.H.UJirV, OUVIUl t,"UII!.jr ,
born in Washington county; Tenn.
physician j aire 43. '
JAS. A. DOUTY, Floater for Andcr
son and Camnhell counties; born ii
Knox county. lennossee; lawyer ; age
44 : Colonol Tonnessoe Infantry, U. b,
A.. nr mil' the rebellion ai no sieiro
of Knoxvillo under lien. Hiirnsiuo;
Member of the llouso 180a-6i.
II. P. MURPHY. Johnson county;
horn in Claiborno county, Tenn.) law-
ycf and farmer; ago 51 ; member of
tllO lloll0 1KD.HH.
T HOS. A. K KRC UEV A L, Davidson
ccuntv; born in Maury tounty.Tonn.;
' ... , ... i w
lawyer; ago U0 membor ot tne Aiouse
18(15-157. ' '
O C. BEAN, Floater for Maury,
Williamson and Lewi counties) born
In Tameworth, Carroll county, Now
Hampshire ; farmer ; 6l'0 37. 1
Y. S. RICHARDS. Homer for Tip-
ton. Favetlo uml r?Leiiy counties;
born In Peiinaylvmiiu ; cuucaiea ror
merchant: cnkaired for cloven years
In railroad pursuits; ago 40; mombor
of House 1W5-R7.
J. O. K. Rr.EVES, Fayptte county;
born in Clicflthmn county, North Car
olina ; fa nner ; ngo fll. ' '
R. J. Al.LlIX, Blount couhty; born
In Blount coniitv, Temiemoe j farmer;
it 'o 28 ; cnlisti-i'l ns private soldior in
the Second Tennessee Infantry at
Somerset, Ky.. Deoembor 15, 1801;
promoted to Flrst-Licutonancy J Cis
haprrnrf March 8. ltW. ' '
lA.in A. TAYLOR. Floater for
Johnson and C rtor conn lies ; born tn
Cartor county, Tenn.j larmer;ag34;
crossed the lines May, 102, and es
caped to Illinois ; enlisted a private
ao diorln tho 122.1 Illinois Infantry
anvorelr wounded at Parker's cross
roads, December SI, lfe'02, la an eo
gagoment with Forrest's cavalry; wan
n several engagements miner uenurai
Dodtre: in iranison at Padiiculi in
the spring of 1804, during Forrest's
assault; was promoted to 2d Lieut.
Co. L, 13th TonDOssee cavalry, June
10th. 1804 ; promoted as 1st Lieuten
ant, December 14, 1804, and" detailed
as A. A. A. General-Governor's Guard;
promoted as Captain of Co. B, in the
Thirteenth Tennessee cavalry siarcn
1st, 1805 .'detailed as A. D. C on i
General Gillom's staff, commanding
District of East Tennessee, and par
ticipated in all the engagements; mus
tered out of service October 25th,
1805; commissioned 2d Lieutenant of
the 4th United Stales cavalry, (regu
lars,) March, 1800, but did not accept;
member of Hour o, 1867.
D. M. McFALL, Williamson coun
ty; born in Washington county, Tenn.;
physician ; age 32.
VV. U. VV11H-TJ, jprouioy. county;.
born in Cleveland, Bradley county,
Tennessee; collector and claim agent;
age 24; driven front home by rebels
and enlisted in Co. E, 4th Tennessee
cavalry, as a privato soldier in 1802 j
promoted to Regimental Quartermas
ter, and afterwards to Captaincy of
Co. I, -4th Tennessee cavalry;, was
in the Smith and Gri'erson 'expeditions
through Mississippi ; in tho campaign
airainst Hood in ins movement upon
Nashyille, December, 1864 ; and also
n the march upon Mobile; mastered
out at Nashville July 12. 1805.-' , ,
JACOB W. BROWN, i'ranltlincoun
ty; born-in Brownsvillo, New York;
lawyer; ago 41; enlisted 14th Ohio
Volunteer In tan try, August, itoi; on
staff of Maior tion. '1 nomas eighteen
months: entered Military ltaiiroaa
service January, 1804,. and remained
in it until the closo of the war.
ISAAC C. STONE, Whito county;
born in Jackson county, Tennossao;
farmor ; age 37; Lieutenant in the 5th
I llOBT. GALBRA1TU, Floater tor
Bedford and Rutherford; born in Shel
by villo, Bedford county, Tonncasee;
claim agent; age 30. In Tonncssco
Military sorvice, U. S. A-, during re
bellion, two and a half years.
L. M. BLAGKMAN, Monroo coun
ty; born in Newtown, Connecticut;
engraver; ago 32, entored as privato in
the 4th Tenn. cavalry,, U. S. A- pro
moted to First Lieutenant and Regi
mental Quartermastor ; Major 4th
Tennessee cavalry, in service three
years, member of the House, 1805-07.
, THOS. J. MASON, Roana county ;
born in Roane county; farmer; fol
lowed flat-boating on tbo Tennesseo
river. for thirty years; age 61 ; served
iu United States Army in 1833-7.8 in
the removal of the Cherokee Indians;
member of tho House 1805-07. , .
, MARTIN T.RYDER, Shelby-coun
ty; born in Scotland, camo to America
in 1845 ; painter ; age 30 .- Lieutenant
Colonol of the 1st Tennessee enrolled
militia, District of West Tenn. from
December, 1802, till closo of tho war;
member of tho Stato Constitutional
Convention, January, 1805, elected
to. Legislature in 180', and resigned
on receiving appointment ot U b
Marshal for Western District; ro
movod by Andrew Johnson October,
JOHN WOODWARD, Robertson
county; born in Robertson county
Tennessee; lawyer and farmor; ago 42.
T. A.HAMILTOJN, Shelby comity;
born in Smith couuty, ionnessco;
merchant; aire 44.
LEWIS L. FAULKNER, Warren
county; born in Warren county, Ten
nessee; machinist; ago 45; Lieutenant
and Commissary of Subsistence in
tho 5th Tonnessee cavalry.
W. L. WATERS, Wilson county.
Born in Wilson county Tennessee
millwright,', age 49, member of tho
Constitutional Convention, - 1805,
member of the House, 18G5-G7.
W. M. WOODCOCK, Macon conn
ty Born in Maoon county, Tennessee
farmer and claim agont, age 25, enlist
ed as private soldiers September,
1801, in tho Oth Kontuckcy infantry,
U. n. A., promoted bonreant at battle
of Stone Rivel', 2d Lioutonant June 9,
18031, 1st Lieutenant 1804; present
nt battle of Stone Rivor,C'hickamanga,
Lovejoy's Station and New Hope
Church, and wounded at latter place,
In Shorman's march upon Atlanta;
member of the Houso, 180o-67.
S. H. IN MAN, Cocko County.
Born fn Tennessee; farmer ; ago 52.
J, JL CORDELL, Fentress. Mor
gan, Scott and Cumberland. Born In
Monroe county, Tennesseo; lawyer;
age 25 ; recruiting officor in 7th Tenn
Infantry, U. S. A.
A- JACOBS, Coffee, Grundy and
Van Buren ; born in Coffeo county
merchant : ape 50. '
JAME3 E. McNAIR, Gibson conn.
ty : born near hlir.aboth, Bladen coun
ty North Carolina : mined a farmor In
talahatchie county, Mississippi, until
1851, whon ho moved to lubion roun
ty, Tennessee ; enlisted in tho U. S,
army as a privato, July 13th, 1802
was promoted to first Lieutenant,
July 1st, 1863 ; member of the House,
1805-07, age 34.
FAVERCASON, Wilson county;
born in Limcstono connty, Ala.; farm
er ; privato soldier in tho r irst Tenn
Regiment iu tho Mexican war; Cap
V.. S UMBEU
tain yt Co. L , 5 til Tennesseo tivaiiy ;
promoted to MujorvJuuiv lbGa j-WeM-
41. ., . ' I . t ,v:l .'I -
T. S. HUNT, Smith, county ; ,wr
in Barren county, Ivy... physician ; ago
joinf" WesII,: ' SuIIiVafi; 'ooiri'rty.
Born in Grayson county, Virguua ,
farmer j ago ; 58 ; recruiting officer
for the Union army in East '1 entiessee
and 'Virginia during' the. 'rebellion ; A
ommissioned Captain oi 'leiinobbeu
Volunteers, U. S. A.
JOHN CAREY; ' Lincoln county.
Born in Lincoln county, Tennesseo ;
farmer ; age 45.
JOIlN P: WALKER, Rhea,- Hied-,
soe, Hamilton, and Sequatchie. Bora ..
in Hamilton county, 'lenncssee jiarm-. ;
er ; ago 42 ; private soldier two years t
and cightnionths in the Fifth Tenn.
iDfantry ; promoted as i,apiain oi
Co. B in the Sixth, Tennessee Mijns")
ed Iufantry ; member of tho Legisla-,
turo of 1805-67 ; membor of the Stato
Constitutional Convention of 1805.
W. H. SHEPHERD, 'Hawkins fotin
ty. Born in Hawkins county, Tenn.,
farmer ; ago 27 ; private soldierin'tbo
Eighth Tennessee Cavalry'; promot
ed to First-Lieutenancy j' lutimber 'of'
the llouso of 1865-67. " ! r '
. T. W. M. GRAYSON.' Johnson
county. 'Born in Ash cbuntyf North ?
Carolina ; farmer ; age 34 ; soldier
in the armyi twelve months, in tho i
Fourth and Thirteenth Teunesaoe In-
fantryT" first,'' private; " afterwards
Adjutant and. i then, :. Licutcuant
Oolonel; '!??? in
; LEWIS t. FAULKNER Wnrron
county. Born, In Warren CountyTen
nessoo; machinist; age 45, pvivate.8ol.
dior Dearly, vnree yearg, in mn icn.
nessee' oavuli'y; ' (Stokes, ., regiment)
promoted to Regimental Cominis-.
aary. i -) .j ,
CHARLljo liNMAiN, lvnox nnq 09-
vicr. IJoru in vCKe coi(niy, iuuh
essoe; fanner; ago 57, served in Fed- '
eral army us Miijor 2d "Icnncssco
Cavalry. ' " ' ' ' .
i W. F. PROSSER, Davidson county. '
Born in WllliamspotVPennsylvania; '
farmer; age 31; served ono j'ear as '
Lieutohaht In' the Indian' service lm
California and Oregon; enlisted Aug..,
29, 1861," in the Federal army, wan.
appointed Major 21 Tennesseo Caval
ry, March 31, 1868, Lieutenant Col-,
one!, March '20, 1864,- awl Colonol,,
June 20,1805. ..
W. P. H. TURNER, Lawrenco,
county. Born in Maury county, Ton-,
ncseoe; merchant; ago 40 .
. LYNN VILLEM. M YNOTT.Kn.ox
couuty. Born in Knox county 'foii
neesee; physician; age 43, was in tho
Stato Constitutional Convention of
1803. , - - ' '- , V ' ".'
EUFUS DOWDY, Fentress, ScoU.
Morgan and Cumberland. Born in
Wilson county; North Carolina, ago
52, cabinet maker, entored the Fed-'
oral army in 1802, sorved as privato
till 1804," promoted to Captaia, niom-'
ber of tho House in 1805 07 '
j. W. THOR-NBUllfJ, Urainger county
Born in Jefl'erson coun'.y, Tenn.; pbysicinn j
n 3; private soldier in the Mrxitan war,
llt-mber of Orecneville Union Convention
1801 j Cuptain of a Volunteer Union compa
ny which was Capture d by the rebels in ill
tttti-mflted escape into Kentucky in Util; con,
lined at Knoxville, and ultcrwuda at 'uahT
JOHN BOWLES Orerton. Born in fllonnt
county, Tennessee) farmer; g 65; Ooloni-I
nnderthe civil law, entered the Union armji
1861, and was recruiting Captain until lHtjj,
wag in the Siata Senate, 1S63-64-05-0S ;' in
t ho House In 1351-52; Sheriff of Overton
county. " '
K. S. RAULSTOS, Marion county, Darn
in Jackson county, Tennessee j farmer; iro
61 ; member of House in 1857-58 and lSr
67: served Willi the Union army as a gulih lit
Tennessee; was a member of to State Con
stitutional Convention of IbIjj. -
JAMBS HALE, Jefferson, Greene, Hawkins
and Iloucock. llorq in Haslongton count,,
Tennessee; farmer) age 54; member of
House, 1865;7. -' . - t .
A I.KKED 1'ITTS, Hardin county. Born la
Henderson couuty, lunueisse; Uruier ago
I. f. PUCKETT, Ilicliman connty. Born
In Pulaski county, Kentucky ; physician,
aee b'4 member of Hnine, IHUS-67: mpirhe
of Bute Constitutional Convention of 18C5. .
JOUN ANDEliSON', Uamiltou. county.
Boru in Pikeville, Bledsoe county, Teunes
see : sceS'J: farmer; member of the State
Constilutlonal Conventloa of ISH5; memhr
of llousa, 1SS5-67, served as (uu'e to thp
Union army 18U3 in Teanesaee; confined by
rebels ia prison at Tuscaloosa, Alabama,
Jl. J. J. CAG LK, Dickson. ' Born In ' Haira-
mon, Illinois moved to Tetiaesse i 1X3 ;
wood-chopper, age it justice ot tne. peace ;
was run outof the Stnle by the rebels at the
commencement of the rar; after the Ml of
Pone'son acted a Bide; rained a eaaspany
In 1803 1 arterwanl employed ia the tiar
termaster's DeparUueul j was wilh the uraijr
throughout the war.
J.J. PORTER, Wayne eonnty. Bora fti
Williamsoa conutyi Teans farmer i age
51 , member of lb Bouse 18U&-7.
We re anabli to 811 out our roll properly
with the following names, not yet havin? li
. . . ... r, V. , . -. .
reuuilie miormaiion: uirmn jiorrn, or can
non ; J. M. Murtin, of t.rroll ; W. T. Kobln
son, of DeKalh; J. II. White of Urrrae; Woi.
H. Johason, of HardenwBJ T. A- Smiih, i,f
Uenilerson j J. A. ilo're, of Uay wood: il.
A. Graves of Jckon ; A.' F. Lillard of
Montgomery; K.J. Ilodires,- of MeNalrf) U.
A. Hewett, of Obion ; Wat. rtaaeora at kulli
evford B. M. Carter, o! Stewart t Imw (J.
Vjtt, at Union; Mewlon Hacker, ot Wasli.
inxtoa; J. A. t'restwood of Weakley DivhI
Heaver, of Benton and Humphreys Warren
Jordan, of Davidson, Robertson, Monlfrnraery
and Cheatham Jeesee Taylor, ol ferry an I
Ueontur, W. T. Posloa, of Dyer and I.au.
derdale ,- J. II. Ilnrcliton, of Lineold, Mnr
.hll and (liles J. J. ltoacb, Cairull, (jibsou,
M-tdisoa and IKnry. ' 1
jClfrk, is re loctcd to ibe poat he oc-1