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Slate of Tennessee, Washington Conntv. ' 1 i ' CIRCl'IT CUUKT, JUNE TERM, 1867. " '" '.T'ikrkA. J. J. Y eager, Collector of the public Tuxes for the County- of Washington, hrrebv reports to the Court the following tracie of land, town lota and pan of town )o"n aa hnviiig been assessed for taxes, for the yrara l&T5 and which tuxes nro due and icoinin uupaiil, and thnt tbe respective own era ol the "nnie hare Co goods and chattels williin this County, on which he cnu dis train for said taxes, to-wit : Mevid Pliintrr, one tract of land of 9fl nen-s lying in civil district, No. 1, valued at J25i, for the year liiuTi, tuxes $1 (JO, 'clerk's trr$l fiO, printer's fee 1 50, collector's lee $1 ou, total JO CO. Sml..J. lleuly, one tract of land of 170 acres hit.g in civil district No. 2, valued nt SMSoo for the year lbOli, taxes $'J 75, clerk's tea $1 ;0, collector's tee $1 00, printer's tie $1 flu, total SI3 75. James H. JlcCrnkVs heirs, one tract of land of 75 acre?, lying in civil district No. 3, valued at 51000 for the year lrt(", taxes $ti 30, aame land valued for the rear 180(5 at SfSOO, tuxes $5 20, clerk's fee $100, printer's fee Si 50, collector's fee $1 00, total 515 50. Juhn Hilton, one tract of laud of 5 acres, lying in civil district No. 15, valued for the year lfitio at $100, taxes C'3 cents, also for the year 180(i at $100, tax t5 clerk t fee SI 50, l'r' fee SI 50, collector's fee 1 00, total 5 20. John Rhea, deceased, two lots lying it Joneshorough, district No. 15, valued for the year lso'5, at $.150, taxes 2 20, for the year lSiiu' ,"50 taxes 2 28, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's h e 1 50, collector's fee 1 00, total 8 48. John A. Aiken, one town lot lying in civil !Vtriet No 15, valued at 1500 for tho year I SOU, tuxes 0 75, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 5", collector's fee 1 00, total 13 75. John E. Oissen's heirs, two town Iota ly ing in civil district No. 15, valued for the year ISu'C at 1000, taxes 6 50, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector's fee 1 00, total 10 50. John II. Crawford, one tract of land of 100 acres lying iu civil dist. No. 15,valited for the year IMiat 3005, also one town lot lying in 'ivil district No. 11, valued at 1000 for the Jciir 1 SO C, taxes 20 00, clerk's fee 1 50,. prin ter's fee 1 50, collector's fee .100, total SO 00 Charles (irren, ono tract of land of o5 acres lying iu civil district No. 15, valued at jOnn fir the year 1 800, taxes 22 00, clerk's Ire 1 50, priir.e,'3 fto 1 50; collector's fee 1 0o, total 2G 00. John Green decease., heir, one tract of l;ind of 190 acres lying in civil district number 15j valued nt 4000 f-r the year 18CG, also four town lots lying in civil district No. 15, valued at 2000 tor the year ISM, taxes 39 00, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's 150, collector's fee 1 00, total 44 00. Talbot llreen, one tract of land of 80 acres Tying in civil district No. 15, valued nt lUuO fur the year ldiifi, taxes 12 90, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector's fee 100, total 1G90. " j John B. Mt-T.in, one lot lying in- civil dis inief.No. 13, valued at 900 for the year 18, faxes 5 85, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector's fee 1 00, total 9 85. j Dr. Asa Uroylea, one tract of land of 332 acres lying in oivil district No. 0, valued nt 7050 for the year 1806, taxes 45 82, clerk's See I- 51, printer's fee 150, collector's fee 1 00, nun! 49 82. Wm. II. Broyles, one tract of land of 173 acres lying in civil dist. No. 6, valued at 4 JJ5 for the year 18i, taxes 28 12, clwrk's lee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector fee 1 00, total 32 12. Caroline Salts, one tract of land of 100 acres lying in civil district No. 0, valued at I 'm for the year 1803, tuxes V3, clerk's fee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector's leo 1 00, total 4 98. f William I.ongmires, one tract of land of acres lying in civil district No. 7, valued nt .'(i.'for the year Si'G, taxes 13 00, clerk's lee 1 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector's fee 1 00. Stephen Uainea, one trict of land of 123 acres lying in civil district No. 7, valued at 15 00 for the year ISSs, taxes 9 , clerks fee I 50, printer's fee 1 50, collector's fee 1 00, tutal 14 75. John W. Edwards, one tract of land of 440 . acres lying in civil district No 7, valued at 2"0 for the year lftUfi, bailunce tax 2 50, i lerk's fee 1 50, printer's ft o 1 50, collector's jf e 1 00, total 0 50. Wilson Brigg's heirs.one tract of land of 300 acres lying in civil district N'o. 7, valued at no for the year 18'JS; tasva 1 95, clerk's fee 1 50, printer' fee I 30, collector's fee 100, total 5 95. It is therefore considered by the Court that judgement he and it is hereby entered ngainst the aforesaid trac'.s of land, town bits and parts of town lots, in tbe name of llie Slate of Tennessee for the sums annexed in each heing ihe amount of taxes, east and t-barge due severally thereen for the years i' ;." and 1806, and it ia ordered by the t'onrt 'hat said several tracts of land and town lots and parts of town lots, or so much thereof, as hhall be lufticieot of each of them to satisfy the taxes, cost and charges annexed to them teverallr, be sold as the law directs. JAM US E. DKAKINS, Clerk. rr.nant lo the above order, 1 will otTer fur sale to Ihe highest bidder for ca.h in band, at the Court Ilutise door in Jonesboro uu Monday the fc;h day of Ju!v 1S68, the sev I eral tracts of 1-ind and town lots and parts of' l.tld til.rtVA nii'kinit Unit in Hil,1itmn In l!,w I l ues, Cost and charges a penalty of twenty. live per cent in each case shall be attached niid rullected for tho non-payment of the ranie in compliance with section 17 of the amended Itenn.ie I.aws. J.J. YEAflER, Rev Col. apr!7 I Washington County. NOTICE. LAND SALE. 01 MONUAY tbe 1st day ol June next nt Ihe C.iiirl House door in the Town of i .ivlorsviile, I will prnreed lo sell lo the highest bidder, on a credit of twelve months, i wo tracts ef land belonging to the rstato of Harvey L. Juhnion, deceased. One tract eon-1 I lining tit acr'S on which ia ft comfortable j I'wellmg House and other necessary out i bouses. The other tract contain! about 20 ii rci, ina good state of cultivation both iracU of land are within the corporate lim its of T.iylorsville, and re Very desirable locations fur building, kc. The purchaser will be required to give notel with good se i urity for the purchase money, with interest rani day of sale, and lein will be retained on the land until Ihe purchase money is ful ly paid. April 6iu, IriOH. . Wll. E. JOn.VSON. Executor of laid ejiate. I.ii8prl:iwtprjfee$4 Thnnrrry Court at rJloiinl.illc. t C. Campbell vs. Henry l Branson, and F. 8. Firiley. t V this re it it alledged in the bill that J drfrad.ints ller.ry I Branson, and Frank S. Finly are non-residents of Tennessee, ll li ardefd that publication be made for four san-euive eekt ia tHa Uaion Flag paper j.rintd in tle toa of Jooetbororoiigh Tenn., t.oti'ving Slid ilifcnHants to appear befare l ie Chaneery C.nrt at BloUBtville on lea1 t.,T Vi.nl .f of May next, and make defence . i- pnni urn or in? ijrnn win ne tel lor near iigexrie. Apnl Hni.i H i W ll. 1. 1 l Ml'LLtNMX, C. i Jw Iprifn i j k. II SULLIVAN COUNTY. BY VlRTrE of a Vend. Expo', issued from tlx Circuit Court of Sullivan eountv. and to ma directed. 1 will all fnr i cash to the highest bidder at the Court I "",u'";l bullnan county, adjoining House door in the town of HlounUille OB I fb' 1uJ of Wul- Arrauts ud others, to aat Monday tbe fir.it day of June next, all ih ! lsfy n order of sale in favor o( John B. Mc ripht, title, claim and interest Hint J. J. Udell has in and to a tract of lend in DUt. No. 1, Sullivan county, containing 2ti0 acres adjoining the lands of John B. lulane and Wm. Busbiing and others, to satisfy the fol lowing orders of Sale : Three iu favor of L. I'. Johnson, ona in favor of John R. Cowan, one in favor of Wm. I. Joue, one Nin favor of II. M. Arrant?, one in favor of 1,. O. Dry den, and one In favor of llrotfk. Fulton A Co. 13flSniaylw4pfi?5 .T. II. EASLEY, Sh'tt. T)Y VIRTUE of a Vend K.xpo., issued ) from the Circuit Court of Sullivan County, and to me directed, 1 will sell for cash, to the highest bidder, at the Court Iloiise door in tbe town of nioiiutville on ! Moudav the first day of June next, all the j rjB, titlo and interest that John II. White has in a tract of land containg 73, acs adjoin iug the lands ol'Susan Itushingand rattons in Dist. No. 4, Sullivan County, to satisfy five orders of sale in favor of J. R. Crueilev, Administrator of Win. tl. Odell, deceased 18tiSuiaylw4pff5 T. U. EASLEY Sheriff. VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo., issued fioin the Circuit Court of Sullivan eountv, and to me directed, I will sell tor cash, to the highest bidder, nt the Court House door, in the town of lilountville, on Monday the first day of June next, all the right, title andjntcrcst that Joel X. Barker, has in a tract of land, containing 180 acres, adjoining tho lands' of James Semiker, Win. Snodgrnss and others, in district JNo. Sulli van county, to satisfy two orders of sale, one ill favor of Joseph Han, and one in lavor of Levi Moore. T. U. r.ASi.t.1, aiienn. 18C8uiaylv4pff3 T)Y VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo, Nsned ) from tho Circuit Court of Sullivan county, and to me directed, I will sell for cash, to the highest (bidder, at the Court House door, in tlie town of rMounlville, on Monday the first day of June next, all the right, title'nnd interest, that J. N. Barker has in A tract of land, containing 100 acres in district No. 5, adjoining tho lands of Jacob Dishner and Win. Senaker, to satisfy one or der of sale in favor of J. L- Rhea and J. R. Anderson, Executors of Saiuuil Rhea, de ceased. T. 11. EASLEY, Sheriff. 18C3inaylw4pfS3. ; " EV VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo, issued from the Circuit Court of Sullivan county, aud to me directed, I will aril fur cash, to the IngLest bidder, at the Conrt House door, in the town of Blouutville, on Monday the first day of June next, all the right, title and interest thnt John M. Smith has in a tract of land, in district No. 10, Sullivan county, ad joining the lauds of Nathan Arrants, Jesse Cross and others," containing 100 acres to S'Uisfvan order of sale in favor of O. Sams for the use of G. 11. IM'lellnn. et. als. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. lSGfmnylw4pf$5 I)Y VIRTUE ofa Vend. Expo., insued from ) the Circuit Court of Sullivan county, audio mc directed, I will sell for cash, to the hiirbest bidder, nt the Court lloafe door, in tho town of lilountville, on Monday the first day of June next, all the interest that John W. White has in 200 acres of land, in district No. 9, Sullivan connly. adjoining the lands of James 1'. Snapp and John M. Smith, to satisfy an order of sale in favr of G. II. McClellan, Adtutuistrator, ie.ffor the use of John Toivell. T.11. EASLEY, Sheriff. laOSmnylwlpffS BY VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo, issued from 'the Circuit Court of Sullivan county, ami to me directed, I will sell for cash, to the hiphest bidder, at the Court House door, in the town of lilountville, on .Monday the first day of June next, all the Interest that John W. .Malons has in a tract of Imd, containing 40 acres, in district No. 8, adj. doing the lands of Simon Deck, J. O. CasUel and oth ers, to satisfy an order of sa!e,tn favor of Adam .Moody and one in favor of George H. JKCrarv. T. II. EASLEY Sheriff. 18CSuiaylw4pr$5 T)Y VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo., issued from ll the Circuit Court of Sullivan county, and to me directed, I will aell fur cash, to the highest bidder, at the Court House door, in the town of IJlounlville, en Monday the first day of June next, nil lbs iuti rest that 11. I). Shell has in n tract of land, in district No. 2, Sullivan county, containing i3 acres, adjoining the lands of Wm. Con an and oth ers, to satisfy three orders of sale, one In fa. vor of I'resident tt., hinory and Henry lol lege, one in favor of J. A. I.eparJ aud one in favor of A. J. Lyienby for the use of W. II. Martin and one in favor of J. A. I.egarJ. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. lBtJSmay'.wli.fJJ Y VIRTUE of a Vend. Frpo., issued from ) the Circuit Court or Sullivan rounty, 1 to me diricted, I will sell for cash to the highest bidder, at the Court House door, in the town of Illnnnlville, on Monday the first day iif June next, all the interest that Wm. (1. O li II deceased, has in trart of land, in district number 1, rontaininB 5uO acres more or less, belonging to said OJrll, at his death, adjoining the lands of John R. Duluner, C. Cawnod deceased, and others, to suti.fy an order of sale in favor of V. 8. Thomaj lor L. F. Johnson's use. T. II. EASLEY, tbenff. r)Y TIUTUE of a Vend. Expo, issnrd from ) tbe Circuit Court of Sullivau county, and tome directed, I will sell for i.-h, to the highest bid I'f, at the Court House door, in the town o Bloumvillr, on Monday the Virsi day of June next, all the inti re.t that John II. Cawnod has in Clark II Cawood, de ceased's farm, in tit-strict ho. I, adjoining the lands of V. Ileiuleman and oilier, to satisfy an order of tale in favor f Jeesse 11. Buoher. T. II. EASLEY, HUiriBT. ISCPmaylwlpf?! "TjY.ViriTUEnf a Vend. Expo , issued from 1) the Circuit Court of Suliirao rounty, and to me directcJ, I will sell for rash, to the highest bidder, nt the Court lliu-e door, iu the town of Blountville, on Mondny the freit d ty of June next, all the interest that Jeffrrson JIurrcll bat in two or more tracts uT land, in district No. 1 ", Sulliran county, containing 5fi0 aeres, adjoining Ihe Lfnds of J. II. 'Hunt, N. M. Carr, A. r). Barnei and others to satisfy, an ordor of ule'in favor of Sarah E. I'earee. T. U. EASLEY, Sheriff. )8ti!iniaylw4if5 Y VIRTUE ol Vend Espo. issued from the Circuit I onrt or Sulliran rnnntv. and to me directed, I will tell for cash, to the highest bidder, at tbe t'onrt Home door, the town of Plountrille, on Monday the first day of June next, all tbe interest that At Crawford, bat in a tract of land, in district .Vn 5 Sullivan rnnntv. sail! to rnntaia as arres, adjoining the laadtof Wm. Cowan aid liaae Bteele'l beirs, to tatii'y an order of Rosekura lot the ute of: II. EASLKV, Sheriff. tale in favor of A J Itmrt k Jone. T. I O-iuiaylw lpfT 5 ; THE HAST TENNK.SSKH VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo, issued from tht Circuit Court of Sullivan conn! v. and to me directed, I will aell for rash, to the highest bidder, at the Court House door, in tba town of Blountville, on .Monday the first day of June next, all tbe interest that liancy Uarnett bas in 23 acre! of laud, in l.in, Trustee, 4c, T. n. KASLEY, Sheriff. ISCSmayl w4pf5 BY VIRTUE o( Vend. Expo., Issued from the Circuit Court of Sullivan couotv, ml to me directed, I will sell for cash, at tbe Conrt House door in the town of Blount ville, on Monday the first day or June next, all Ihe right, title, claim and interest that C. N Sampson bas in a tract of land, in district No. 10, Sullivan county, containing 100 acres, raor or less, adjoining the lands of James M. Crockett and others, to satisfy an order of sale in favor oj" llosej Ford for the use of John 1. King. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. 18CSmaylw4pr5 T)Y VIRTUE of H Vend. Expo, issued from 1 the Circuit Court, of Sullivan county, and to me directed, 1 will sell for cash, to the highest bidder, at the Court House ili or, in the town of Blountville, on .Monday the first day of June next, all the right, title, claim aju! interest that O. Kdnards has in an undivided tract of laud, adjoining the lands of Jones and others, ia the county or Sulli van and Slate of Tcrnessce, to satisfy an or der of sale in favor of Samuel K Edwards. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff, i 18fl8maylw4pf5 BY VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo , issued from the Circuit Court of Sullivan county, and to me directed, I will sell fur cash, to I the highest bidder; at the Court House door, ' in the town of .ltlounlville, on Monday the ! first day of June next, all the right, title, j claim aud interest that John Massingill has in a tractof land in district No. 9. Sullivan ' county, adjoining the lands or the heirs of J. Ilndgr ducvased. containing 100 ncres mote or less, to satisfy an order of sale in favor of Jair.es U. Jlassie. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. ISC8my;wlpf5 BY VIRTUE of n Vend. Exro.tsued from the Circuit Court of Sullivan county. and tome directed, I will sell for cash, to tlie nignest bidder, at the Court House door, in the town or Blountville, on Monday tbe first day or June next, all tbe right, title, claim and Interest that R. P. Mullein has in a tract of land in Dist. No. C, Sullivan Coiintr, con taining 170 acres adjoining the lands iif A. J. Doggett and James J. Hughes, to satisfy an order of sale in favor of Jamet J. Hughet, AgentforJ.lt. Anderson. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. 18G8maylw4pf5 EX VIRTUE oft Vend. Expo, issued from tbe Circuit Court of Sullivan eountv, and to me directed, 1 will tell for cash, io m oignesi Didder, at ihe Court House door, in the town of Blountville, on ilonday the first day of June next, all the right, title, chum and interest that James l.owery has in fifty acret of land, in district No. 7, adjoin ing tba lands of Troxwell and others, to IM isfv aa order of sale in favor of 1). B. Mc Ctttr. x. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. 18i;8iiylw4pfj T3 VIRTUE of n Vend. Expo. j!.ne,l from - tbo Circuit Court of Sullivan counlt, and to me directed, 1 will sell for cash to the highest bidder, at the Court House door, in the town of Blountville, on Monday the first day of June next, all the right, title, claim and interest that Jaaies S. Droke bas io a tract of land ia district No. ti. Sullivan county, containing 1100 acres more or less, adjoining the land) of Wm. Kiel, Fred Bur ger and others to satisfy an order of tale, in favor of L. A. Ifomack Air the nse or W. Col-lint- T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. 18C8mnylw4pf5 TOY VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo, issued from - tbe Circuit Conrt of Sullivan count.. and to tne directed, I will sell for rush, lo the highest bidder, at the Court House door, in th town of Illnnntville, on Mondav the first day of Jun- next, all the righttitle, claim aod interest that Thomai Cnpass bas in a tract of land known as the John Copass farm la district No. 14, Snflirao conntv, ad joining the landl of Wm. I'erry, Jeff Chase and .Mary Plckenl, containing 250 acrrs moie or less, to satisfy an order of tale in favor of Vina llaitman. T. If. EASLET, Shjrifr. If8maylw4pf3 BY VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo, issncd from the Circuit Cuurt of Stillt'vitn rnnntr and to me directed, I will sell for cash, to the highest bidder, at the Cuurt House door, in Ibe town of Blountville, on Monday the first day of June next, all the right, title, claim and interrtt that Samuel Ken Hon bas in two town lots, in the town o' Union, Sul liran county, containing one quarter of an acre each, adjoining tbe Methodist Church and II. Davis, lo satisfy an older of talc ia favor of John II. Fain. T. II. EASLEY, Sheriff. ISOSmaylw Ipf3 BY VIRTUE of a Vend. Expo issued from the Circuit Court of Sullivan county, and lo me directed,! will sell for cash, to the highest bidder, at tbe Court House door, ia tbe town of lilountville, on Monday t ie first day of June next, all tbe right, title, claim and Interest that Isaac (). Morrrll has in an undivided tract of land in district No. It, Sullivan County, adjoining the lands or John Lindamood, Adam Shipley and others to tatisly an order or sale in favor of 11. E. King for tbe use of Wm. Crumley. T. U. tASl-bl , fihcrifT. I8ifTiaylw4pfj SOMETHING NEW ! JAS. A. DILLVORTH, Dru-ist SIGX OF TUB QILT JIOUTAR, JOHSBOEOrCB. TtJjeSIl rr AS JCST IlErKIVF.D A XEW SIT- 1T fly nr OklXiS, I'ATKNT BIKDJCLNJiS, LAMPS, (of all Icit.da.) Oil.. I'KUFn.MKRr, FANCY SO ATS. PAINTS, DYJ4.STUFF.S, In fnot trcry(hin connctloJ with a FIKST CLASS DRUG-STORE. I iia. PURE WINES & BRANDIES, ' tr.l For Jlevlii inl ntirnoans. t . . STATION BUY; ' SPECTACLES Bncsiins.ic. Articles of n earl j everj Kind and . Iecriplion ' I JAS. A I'lt LWORTn i AptiLMI RUBLE &W.LVOM). DKALEISS IN CHATTANOOGA, TENN. JOHN PFKliK Si CO., IVI'TtrtVEn IIAWKEYK CHUN AND CoTTllS 1 1 XTlVATOIt. mm mmm A..Tf w plm r fit of the Pnlliy (Vll unJ Cotton OiiMivAlnr, wi.lt-lv Kit! titrorwliiv knnwum (! Hun k yt li line IWn lrrir iht Imtiiliitf fiiini unity ntx Y.-:nt, u nl li.t In ttf'n .atti in i-vcry rapM-ifr in width nh int-m.'ntn l u. U derricf liMo, :ih-t itfiv'.l I Mr uti.iititin.l r,,).r.v, wa riui rcniirn'mt it with f".liilei n- tin- m thimmgU and pfffii't inil tu nt ni Irs- rliw lii !!. lif "'y "v.-r t ili'ull .!,. v.-l pKw fonnf-tU In -nvh;; th wx,f tv m:i n, liile thfi work U itn l.. !t. rn.! wish fi.iiu r it. L.-lli man ,. tttm. K.t -.ttnitia full j.lowihjjmi.l imitim; hi nmll i;nau wltli ih-' till tiu,i miiulntt Miitl rr mi ikt UK imt mrii ciiuiil. It i iUm! txu M-tvy uttil. Tti niAint im tim n- ImVf ninJi nfh imrovt-nif nin In ItiN nt rldtitt fi r lh M'mirt yur. w ill mt mid v-r-1H.IK1. vxfrr u)sjii-tlttfc lti-rltt"tv miil a-:ilii4 Sulkr (.'ultiiitti'rs. eU' V JCXIDR AS A RE A PKtt. Tbt alKvr Cut r- prntf nt tit miinll Machlno m a l!fnitT, In .Ih mi of liofi'itttf lu-itr. TIiU 3!rliin in welU-jaU Wl;ilfil rT cIiihH itr liiliv farm. It rnibrm. f nil I lie lit-xilulity nntl pttviiili of Ittt Mtw?r, with h..lftiHleiit U-pin lUr jtl Siiklo, flv and Imlf f i'l I "ii,!, which chii lw nt?t cut fn.tn oiu lo flHufn tuch -luLLIe; I be iiiiitif (lit fiUatnlf or fiuwrt rati Itt- ntlittl nr loH'ort-il mi h t Ukj up loiltil or fallen truln In i )t iiiiiNl j.iT'fct inn ii iff, VARNKlt'S bKVUItVI.SU t'VLKT BAKE. kiVr. ' It iii tNitnio!tl,T lmittt(i tlt.tt fttr tiirrlt'tirp of work tliv rTiviniE rttkc U uitesiiMl'-t. It vroatt vml hn (Htfti an ttrhclrttl mlky atittrtinifiit. Thii, httwrfvft lutItr.n-irrfr-.lMT in I r Ui.. All At. II M ,h KKVOl.VlMi HKF.t uu tMia'iiiviiii' of wbich is bci- Morkinit p.tlll,m. WARNKK'S liKVliLVIN3 gfl.KT RAKE. ' Tlif iiviiiitsrt whkh th Wmrntr fulky RoToWlivg Rakr iHasioMttit orvr all mirs will be rvhlily ctnn (n ht udoil. It FfitiHT )wt iay frr ftoia ilut and aiiilt ciirHtu ft rlvnn, and ju dumping clim-t the viu rt'w nr rlrk iu "hajut fr iltrti)iig. Tin- rkf i iintila off wimmI, ami, In raaff of hnaktc, ran W rrii h.v lb Mrair( On-r l'T au.lug tbe ufistr i ! ntiiii in a niaranmnn r watninisi. It i tiullt ol th very ltwt Mott-rt.il, ad ia mn da rtvl'l limn mit otbr whtvl rakr, aii4 atfurdvd at a Ivn lirkt'lliaa any uOifi tr-t flats r.tkt. Tti nkr Irw liali. Irrrnt. kc, mar b Urtarhi-d at lranr fnni th milkv, Icaritift tli"- latter r t"t tn ttHrlf.and radj ffr nt. IMc vH bvilt. ifotirn up in kmh! lyWt villi au f intlle-nl priitK i lie n Ik j U e.mjt.tj currlatc "111 rlaM.and la alnf ahiitt wtrtb lb- irirv aked for aulkjr and rake c"tiMiird. Tlir atlTantaKfi ar powtartl hy no no othir rakt. and tiititrtiiiinid iWiutjl tuail wauilug a com 1'kte itors) It. 8. MATIIK1, Acnl, , . Jiiiu,-borti'. Jt'UQ. STACY & ANGEU iiEALi:ns l.v IUFLE3, SHOT (JL'.NS, TISTOLS, CA11TJUDGES HF ALL KINDS, GUIs MATERIAL AND, SPORTING ARTICLES, AGENTS FOR ' SMITH AND RAND'S ' mm AND FUSE. We trill buy tbe following second band ti on : SI'KXCKR .RIFLES AND CARBIXF..S, HENUV'S RIKLKS, COLT'S A RUIT AND NA VY J'lSTOLS. No. 34 Gar Street, KNOX VILLK, TEXN GROVESTEEN & Co., w nm nmmmi VM firoadway, Hew York. flMllt ATTTXTfoX nf pnAr an( Xhn trad la In 1 Vltt4 tn AMr Aer. rVaelf, fWrtJ thr9, AfttttMtMaW I'm i-f", whM'h fr ftaltiDtf and purttjr nt Inn art and altt-d l-jr f hiiltr(n orVrM in Ihia markri. TtVy rtnli all lh avwirni tannfavrnrnta. trrurft raitl a IhHi. hrp p"iail inm fntm' avn -atmag haM, rt.. and rah titatrutnf ui iVtnif. mad nndr Ih prrvmal tnpot fil1 of Mr. i. II. t.anvKal'Kr, whrt tiaa a r tirat rniiiewr ofnicr thirty fsr in thatr ManatacAar, i fully narrantxl in fi'i? MtrliiiUr. K.r4 t-tW k.,jh4 mrU l fW rJAtt ft .rWi atV V hf" wrrr tihihirl ittatrnm ftla fmnj I ba Hf ntakrf of tta ), farm, trntny, rhitstvitiria, tiali(Mr( H ! a ltd Nr-w Vf k, and aUo at in AtkaN laMt tnta for ucrmlw yr m, tha (Lii and vtivr Mxiia frrrra both ml tiH-k can a - at nr vara- fij Iha lnlrirlia af ln.pri.TnH.nla wt laata a eltt awira a.rt-1 t'laiin-f.irl, anl I f a.amifa.arinS larai-l. ' wllh a alrl'-lly ea.a av.l-m, aea enhV-t tnnff-rlliMa j la euaaarala rl a irka wrara ill pra. liHe all naue.ii. liar Til'."?,." -f?T U "! TKUHt -art I ia aarrani fan-la. ' j lanarnaiiaa riuaiar liia, taaa. tjrTI-aaltiisr i JOHN McD. DAVIDSON, & CO., Kaa. Miaaal til firiwtaay, X. T. M aa. a Hr l a ra ra ef riti'iraiif.An rnonrtH r. rtrr.TrvKiiis mo am'iTtaj ami ih-v works nr at.t. simii.. HAtl inT i rnyK". mm k.. i u.. r a wr.f AH ri.AIN. niltlWANP elms WUSt j )vaf.i:m-AA'-. r.f LBt ST f. PATtPJOV. ' 1 UNION .i' LAG, TO TIIK CITIZENS ! op :. ." . WASHINGTON AND SU.RROUiDLG COUNTKir., . I Wo hereby tendor yoo our thanks for tho libcrul patronago heretoforo bestowed on ns, and bojj loave to call your attention to our Now Stock of Spring Goods, just arriving, wbich has beon selected with especial oaro to suit tho tasto and wants of alt. Wo will sell Low for Cash or Produce. Wo moan exactly what wo say. IIERKDOX & SHANNON J THE HIGHEST PRICE PAID. Wo want Whoat, JRye, Oata. Corn. Feathers, Wool, Beeswax. Tallow, tt l rl k a a ... ' riaxsoea, fiour, Aicai, &o. Wo nnv tho top of tho maj-kot. II. & S. We havo Boot and Shoes of every atze -For Gentlemen and Ladies, Coarse Urogaut and Ladies' tires, And little sboet for Babies. We have to please the ladies, , ' Just supplied our store. , With all that it deairablo From the city of Baltimore. We have rnzor-itrapi and pocket knives And lampblack rather smutty, Dyes, Paper, Tins, and Coffee Mills And Iota of Tots and rutty, Coffe, Sugar, Salt and Starch, And mouse traps by tbe score, ' To put your rata and mice to sleep, To wake no more. Our ttock of Ladies Dress Goods la so large and fine, Fin sure we can say nothing mors Than that you all can save both money and time, Ity calling at ITerndon & Shannon's store, To lend a helping band, dear friends, , , And help ut witb our store, -i ; Vie like right well to pay our way. ' And just a "little" more ' In variety w are not surpassed, Our stock is just complete, We have everything lojplease lb eye, And something good to eat. So Ladies and (Jcntlctnen , ', No longer keep your dimes. Hut just go to llerndon It Shannon's ' For the fashions of the times. AplJtf ' , j OXE VILE FUOSI TFLFORDS DErOT, Washington Conntv, Tennessee. rpiIE FALL SESSION OrEX3 September 1 me 2na iooi. . TUITION PER SESSION. PUIMAUT DEPARTUENT. $7 00. 1NTKRMKDIATB fll 00. CLASSICAL A.ND HiailEIl MATH EMATICS . $13 00. ' The above rates inclnde tontingenl fees. Arrangements "ill toon be made, for num ber of young gentlemen and boyt, to club together aud board themnlvei. Hooks and Stationary necessary for the supply of tbe School, will be furnished on reasonable terms. Board can be had In private families in tbe neighborhood of tbe iustitution, on reas onable terms. A. H. nENN'iCK, Prtridnit, Miss CLARA. DRAKE, Auittant. July 1, 1867 18u'7jy5inos3. JS. SATE, CERTAIN, lao - Speed Can NEURALGIA, Ut ALL NERVOUS Dib ersaiJreiiralgia j DISEASES. its ttftu art Jfavicwf. It Is an Cnfailing Kemedy In all case of Neuralgia, Faciliaa, often effecting a perfect cure in lets than twenty-four hours, from the nse of no more than two oi thrri tills. No other form of Xentalgla or Nervous Dis ease has failed to yield to this . Wonderful Eomodial Agent. Even in the severest case of Chronic Neu ralgia and general nervont derangements, of many yean standing, affecting the entire tyttem, its nse for a few days, or a few weeks at tha utmost, alwayt affords tha astonishing relief, and very rarely failt to produce a com plete and permanent enre. '. ' It contains do drugs or other materials In tba slightest degree injurious, even to tha most delicate system, and can always be nsed with Perfect Safety. - , It has long been ia constant ute by many of our most eminent physicians, who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by mail oa receipt of price, aad pott- One package, - - $1.00, rottage Scents, Kit packages, 6.00, . " JT , f , Twelve packages, i 0.0O, ' B48' " . It Is sold by all wholesale and retail deal, era in drags and medicines tbrongbout tbt United Slater, and by , TURXKR CO., Sola Proprietors, 1S7 Tremont Ktreet, lloston Vats. Sol J by O. W. i ONES CO. . -Main Street, Mewipbls, TenB. ' 1867 Oct llmoC A.r.LUCo. - .' h 1 Circuit Court Sullivan Connljy T 111 OS. r AI.N vs. Wat. T. Whaler and orb. ert, heirs at law of Wm. Km mart de ceased. Ia thii cate it appearinv frora the Sheriffs reltira that William T. Wbaley H A. Wbaley, It, C. Wbaley acd J. Wbaley mC nor beirs of Mary Ana Wbaley deceased, for merly Mary Ann Kmmert and J. R. S. Will helm and wile, ara non-rraideaia nt it,. k..i. Tenacity It is therefor. .Jered that puniiration no mane ror four enrcetsiva weeks ia Iht Joneshoro' flag, notifyir.t; fail! i aon-raaien aeiraoaait io appear tit'of ar J said Circuit Court, an tbe rt Monda la Jaly aett, a(d tbnw taid cants if any they I kaee, why plaiatilTt Judrnint tball not be aatinffd out af tbe real rstat decreed to them frera their tncaitor Wm. Kmrnert, d reated. Mar h 31, HH. 1 J. O. B. CLOCP, Clerk. Iairrl0wtrff J M. II. STEPHENS, (Late of East Tonnrasce.) Factor and Commission Merchant, . Amoi'lous, GrCt. Dealt largely in Provisions, Liquori and Tobacco, Corn, Hay, Onta and all other Plantation supplies.. Orders for purchasers of Cotton solicited, and promptly and care fully executed, Liberal advances made on Consignments of Corn, Ilacon, Lard, Hay, Oatt and other East Tennessee produce. . 1807Jcc30tf (1R0VESTEEN & CO. PIANO FORTE ' MANUFACTURERS, 499 BROADWAY NEW YORK- rpni! ATTENTION OF TIIK 1T1IM0 AND TI1R 1 trnile are!nrltil to our NkwHcai.s TlMTTA V K HOSK YtlKllI PIANO fultTKI1, wlih-li f.r volume anil purity of tonu aiT unrlvaHnl, by any liillinrtu ultvrvd lu thii niaiki't. Thry eonlain all t)m miMl,Tn luiprtivi-iiH-utu, Krvarli, ftranj Action, Harp IVilal, Iron Kratne, Over, tstrunfc llaia, Ac., ami each iiintrtiaiint iH-tug nitulo un der tlie oenninal vupurvlaKiu of sir. J. 11. UaoVKarKKN, win HM uau m i'iw imi nxitrruuMf1 oi ovfr ai Jean la their auuuifwlurv, ia fully warranted iu every purlku lar. . . The "Grovssthsm Tiano Fortis" received the award of merit over all others at tbe celebrated World's Fair. Whura vera exhibited Inatrnmenta from the beat makers of boniliin, Paris, Oermauy, lMitlailctiihia, I'tnum, Biwtoa, and New York; aiid alMi at the Anierl caa laatttote for an aaeoMait yeara, tha M aa4 ail. vrr uedaU fnim tiulh of which can Veen at our wara. roem. . My the Intmlnrtlon of laiprevements we make a atlll satire perfect I'iano Kurte, anil by Diana fact a ring targe. lr, wllh a strictly caah ayin-in, art euabbd Iu ullir ihoar inalruuMuu at a pric which wlU preclude all ctwipetition. rants Xo. !, rVren Octave, round earners, Bosowood plain raaa Sial. Ko. I, Seven Octave, round corners, Bonwopp heavy aaonldlng - No. 3, Sma Octave, ronnd co'raera, Baaewooil LoaliXlYatyletm Terms : JTt)f Cash in Current Funds IlKsrKiraVKrlBOIiLAlt.HgKBTl'lilCK.i ' 11 P. April 3, 106 Sjt, . jot. a.Nivcntix, tan. a. aaairata, ruu. . 'mi. JOS. R. MITCHELL & Co. EXCHANGE BROKERS, ivnoxville, Tenn., Deal In Bank Notes, Gold, Silver, and Gov ernment Vouchers. . t'oUoetlaiM In nil purr of Kat Tenneaip prompiiy siienum to, REFERENCES. First National Bank, Corvan ft Dickinson, uoi. jonn intams, A. U. Jnckson, Knoxville Park Bank, John Parker, (Cashier I'hn-nit Haalt, Lawrence, Baldwin Co., (No. 70 Wall strett.) Alexis Bragg, New York. George . Howard, WUson Burns, Bait! more. Chambers, Stevens Jt Co B. M. Pomroy, biocinnnii. lists npr 1 ly. GEOVESTEEN &,CO., ? 499 Broadway, Hew York- ; rTlIIESK rlANOS received tha Highest I Award of Merit at the WORLD'S FAIR-. over tne oesl makers from London, Paris, Germany, the cities of New York, 'Phlladel pbia, Baltimore, and Boston ; also the GOLD MKDAL at the Amtriean Inititute, for FIVB srcfK.ssprr. ykabs i n... i;.nn. ...... s. tbe French Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Over strong Bass, Fnlt Iron Flame, and all Modern Improvements. Warranted FIVE Year: Made under the supervision of Hr. J. II. GROVESTEEN, who has ' practical expe rience of over thirty-five years, and ia the maker of Eltvtm Thotuaud Aoao-fVrfra. Our facilities for manufacturing enable ns to sell these Instruments -from $100 to $200 ekraptr tbaa any first class Piano-Forte. 1807 oct 4 ly CII.P.SCo. E. Iff. JACKSON, ' WAGGN-MAKEIl - . AND , ' riXs-aCLOliOIMITII, (East end of town.) ' i JONESBOROUGM, TENN.! ALL KINDS OF WAGONS MADE AND Repaired. Also all kinds of Black- smithing done on the most reasonable terms. Do not rail to give us a call and eivs us a trial. Horte-thoeing and other blacksmith log done to order and in good style. e. m. jAth.SU.1, Proprietor. J8G8 Jan. 10 tf , Chancery Conrt Su-Hivan County. JACOB HAMELTONts. John S. Hamelton eL al., heirs at law ol John B. Hamel ton, deceased. Is this rase it is alledged In the bill that the defendants John S. Ham elton, James A. Davis, euarSian ate. Robert IT. Davis, Alice Davis, W. C. Davis and Laura Davis are non-residents of Tennessee. It is oidered that publication bt made for lour successive weeks in tbe Union Flag a paper published In the town of Jonesboro' Tennes see, notifying said defendants to, appear on the third Monday in slay next,' before the Chancery Court at Blountville, and make de fence to said bill or tho same will be taken for bearing exparte. April Rules, 1888. i WM. MLUKNNLX, C. k M. 1868aprl0w4pf$5 Our LateBt Improved . NEW SCALE PIANO-FORTE. ; GKOYESTEEN A CO. , , Broadway, jr. T THE3B INSTRUMENTS, after the most flattering testimonials from tha first Pi anist la tba country, who at our solicitation, baje tested them in tha severest manner fot, miu, have been pronounced : : , TUB FINEflT 8QHARB PIANO-FORTS MADB IN THK WORLD. It has always been our policy during the Harry-ax Years that wa bars manufactured Pianos, fa-r toutandt wbich ac- now in nse in tbe United Stales and Europe, to give the finest instruments at tha lowest eoL Onr superior facilities enable nt to offcr them from one to three hundred dollar lift tbaa any other Firtt Class lloote. , The tons of tbtse instruments are remarka. ble for their peculiar Sweetnesi and Great Brilliancy. Never losing their quality when forecd to their vtwoi! capacity. Tha lower register retaining its jaosiliveoes does iiot destroy tba middle and opper regislera by mingling witb them in ditagreeable confu. tioa. Tba refined- beauty of tons being equally delightful lo tbt npracticed aad lo the molt cultivated tar. They ara aa entirely n ttyls of Maoo, finished in the most tuperh manner, mitktmr full Ti nrnrr, frtnt tnd 4et heavily tarv. ed legt and Lyt riarpemioa iae rtrniy moulded, and each Inttrumtat It fully war ranted for years.- i st Oct sthyi. c.n.r.co. -"'AA-LJiO,, ; V'j It ot i V ' : ' . 0 liLAOTSlftjin Steam Engines 3 !iuaatrnciiunno br'lck " " t'tr-iM.2 lS-bar an, kiuU on, :?.' "w- CO vn n, limn wa, uiH." , " tHH. wr ar , . rile,,,, iloralK '1" 1 rN-k la taaiea-eu. ih :ria,lll,li.t.? MDY'S PORTABLE! Steam Saw Mills, 5 'PlIS MOST POPULAS AXD Brrv-p., W 1 fill ia Ihe wu,W, "wJi" f-a B w.m.,..i.-. r . -ir'wiin ar i .17- "'Swmihiiii.1 1,. worM-pay lr ilieanH-lTfawJuZ'' R ln.lrl.of a,,ar. mil. h. "JSK" 2 lion Inn jn ana allll alBit Jv5 aew. .la. It m a,l K J 3J h UlaliilYl.' rorlnbl. uBlnM.,..iT;.r'.!-.. M are Iu ux,rat lou In fveay Suir la Ik. ri S ana I. almoat eu.n.r. i. 'I?.1 9 eaeiy euaatry tat..wiia' illyli-an(wrtaafrrlgtiili;el care or taul for lllaal rated rircnt.r., wlttt jrt,. ; tIon,rlra,,1dreH.rta,,f opMat"' AJJlraallm Uotinrartnrpra 11. r. lll.ANDT, BlMdyt' Sim Wat, ' SANKSVILLS.'OUIO S 3 Jj"mW liKWAKK.Omo. B ST 7a leWn'aj, tn Mlr aar .w m OjUrf, eo.Wj.ad.fMf, ilwiaillBaaSiial,! kJm aaajwr ffM ania U,u Aic4, ZANESVILLE. 0. F O UTZ'S ciutttrta This wesmtla, loat at broil) known, viU ita oughly Rtirlimii brokea-tort aa le-aplrttat ana, by ttraimteui and dmuiag at toaucli ut Us tlaei. H It t an a venUn al ill &. faaes tnlail a this animal, lach at LCXO i tVia, SLAAliUJ, T KLlOW WA TER, II KA VEtt, COUOHS, DIS TEMPER, K- vwta.FotxnKR LOSS OF AHI'K TITK ANDVITAt. KNKItliY.tc IU ne Improves Uio wind, tnereaaaa ana afiriiie--givi vj m a a imoeth ami i--At ti ar lo.e Ua and :1V jtu. irarraforaaa lkaJ-jiiKjJrttsvvii3 aaiMrable tkelrtra Into a aae-kkiD aaa ayrilal hone. .. To keepers nf Cows this ftrepLntloa ll InrsluHn It iocnnucl Uie tjUallUty anil laamM tba uiaf of ue am. u a" - a:. aefc faster. In all aueaset af gwlae, irjcb aCoriM,nk the Lanirs, Mver, ke., this article act aa a apeciAo. By pratting from aM-kalf a paper to a eaaer ia a barrel of .will tha above disease! Mill MtfMllMbJ ejr raUralr tarveated. If slvea ta praventlva aod car toe UM Umt tholaia. rriea 29 Cents per Paper, or J Ftptn - nun-ABM , . i y -a- . 'fVW r at mrt' "ri,'' ' wnouMiE drib jid jtroinn tm So. 116 Franklin St, BaltufajiJ roe Ralo by lnniUU soil fltoreawfeii aw out tha I'altcd tllatta, ' D 4.VID E. TOVn, Snccesior- For tale by W. M. UNIinKTfl, Main Street, 0PPii" ""'; jn5'C6J jU.r.ouLiior"" , STEVENS HOUSE.. 21, 23, 25, is 27 Broadway, 51' , Opposite Bowling Green. - ' ' OX THE EtROPEON Hi' . . . i .ij.iri" 1 loOi. travwlllwt pa W . J?,Ve : lally aaliable lo merchant, and B"'"T,fc,a1T-a peeiiially loll., ba.lneee 1" Ih. hlaby ..f Soalliern a.l V l era aajaeeal to ail the prliulval lUilro-l 'irMJ. - ilh.r.1 esihrl'- Z, TiitJ mT-iTt iive- i.- - i jjusri v-' SOOaneaU-tt Is well "'Sil' modim Improvement fj k'h"' "le. well v.atllalea-provW-1 L' ".J ,t. a' in.n.lypro.lalwlllit'.ryl"''" Tk. room, eavla- W- - . ... ...hlarf lo of-r ellra fKimiaa ,,.r, c ear jJ.. lS7unrTmoa4 , . - j, tlBOVESTEEJC "iS " "GBOVESTEEWS TUoS OEOVESTEEN'SP 499 Broadway, or 499 Broadw-, y"rlt' tljtaitai',,'((, Ar. .nrW.lM fi ' ana of Ton.. . "v Aa.,,r ...rail eabera, wl k "rf'Ttr. "' wo raelrl Trkra oti. m"" iwra4 i-Abi c. , . -rr" ... , t, a wn rsMA iilAH f . SCHOOi. jouxsox'S DEroT im. oris os IV IUIT Tuition per Session atwArri.A-----; niP,"r"it - KoaVtaallona""'1" ' lTI.IMf IhaiWl ' r PraT1 "T Y v toil Msettaaaa 'a ' '. VI erraai tvantfav VV'V v.i- it anlaalaMlal 'l ' ' llaA ll hatter Ira nt V ra-y--. I sweat. laburaaf li ( .fi ll eaiu,ki(lmlla -(iwUiff aapiiitt.aaiaa tsff'j " . .. ? a taelr kite, tmk,. ..... .1. .b-. uu. ann C'