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PUBLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF PKINTEIW. OFFICE ON I'l.INTKK'S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEUCK STI.LT.Tv
VOL 1.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1802.
NO. 03.
CITY GOVERNMENT.
IOIIN III OH SMITH, .V...
WII.UAM SHANK, Ko-or.l .;.
JOHN I'lll'MRIrV, .V;.,l..l
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MILITARY QUABTERS AND OFFICEBS.
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M.,l,.l 'ill..,,... Oil;.; I l.nri h illOi'l, Mh.iiiiIc
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
N.irlli"i n Miill.vin I niiUi illi', firrin' I'nily, ti.'M P. M.
" liav.K ' 7.K1A.M
C.liinil.i 1, mii T A U.K. Biiiiia " (1.80 P.M.
" " " luni'i " (l.i 0 A.M.
Sli. lliyiill", vhi N. C. R K, iirrlvi n S.IOI'.M.
" ' Isuvi'K 10.00 A M.
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1'ii-T.lll'Hl IH i:S HKVIIMI I.KDANOS All:
l.ilii'ily, .Mi-xiiiiilrjii,
i;..i'..iiiilli'. Mnlllivilli',
iiti rtnw 11, .li-iinin K Vuik.
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yinil'ii'i'sl'i.rii, K.i-li'ivllli',
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i S SIMM II ISMS
B. B. CONNOR & BRO.,
4 Ml.lllNMO MI IK IIAMH,
NO ft COI.I.r.CK ST.iKKT.
Vt'tv Much Juki recti veil mid lor sale
low to rloac out Coiialmirutiiils,
200 "aMKil'""
CON SDK A; ItKll.
CONNOR IIUl).
CONNOR k lilt').
CONNOR Ji HliO.
100";;;:;
- HALT, tor h.,lf l.y
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) I I up 3
4 f lil.l. Coal oil., lor mii' Iiy
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1 A hall
1 hall' libU. Coal Oil., tor sale by
J upS tON'N'ull A HKO.
150';;;:
lom UllDuMS, lor 4 do by
( OS SOU A HKO.
lunr. SOAP, lor falo by
)J ai CONNOR A PRO
1 r. lii'H' .'TAUCil, for mii' by
')() Hi. CON .Ni 111 ii lll'.O
I () 1 Ih -ik I KA , lor s.il.' by
1 S, 4 CONNOR A RIlO
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1a up s ONNOR A HI'.O
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1 M III. Mil'. lil.ll
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l.o. k I ui l-.K, lor .ih' by
CoNoll A CO.
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CONNOR A PRO.
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r kn- IIK'iiKlMi, l..r -;i' Py
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CilNNOII A lll'.H
CONNOIl A into.
I ONNnll A PRO.
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CONNOR A HKO
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C"N Nl tR A PRO.
CdNNolt A HI'.O.
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C'iNNoR A HKO
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CONNOR A PRO
11 I mi. "h i mi ii. ..I II lili a l.ir(. l"l in all
lv i..'ilrt "I il i w. v)ni h a. will i I..." i. ul low, at
our ... I .1 ui I , N ii i .. n'k' -li -1
up s II II CONNOR A P'to
liXKCUTRIX'S tfALE
ni 1 1 1 1; v r
l!uiisc!iu!il Kill hen Fimiilir c,
A I' Al'i'TIHN.
ON kl'Nl -l' lY. .1 ii - ...l i 1 w II . II l u'.ll.
a.i. li i . l 1 1 1 I i .-1 1 . I It .1 r, I. r i -a-ti, i In.'.
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ii I i. I umii I ii, ml 'it iii . u , , .u.. I ' nn y I " in
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PARSON BR0WNL0WS
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UMiKll.S Mi:-ll ANNOl'lv cor.v
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(.ovcrnor of Stale of Tfnncsiee,
To all who eha.ll see
these Presents Greeting :
117 IIKRKAR, It hi. I.'n Timln known lo m.
V lout rnrlnin William Biker cit.irfi"! Willi
liavlii i- immiiii'd a fml anil liocloui MUHIikR
on llii" llith dy of May, 1802 upon 111. In. by ol
IVyltin C. CowhIII, lain of our Counly of W H.on,
fluil from f,-inkjii.tk and ia now running at lira.
NOW, TIIKKrJ OKK, l.AnJrow Joliuwni, (iuvaiuor
a aftiriand, Ly virtu.-of thD power and anlliorily
iu ine vesii-.i, Uu bt.Titiy oftt-r a
REWARD OF $250
tu any ron or ptpoth who maj ft'prAlirnd ttift
Rind iUiain liakir and J irnr ti tu lo ihe I'rovost
M:irHt)l il ttiw city t Nr,h dlf , In ordtr tlmt Jul
tiff n Unit lthrll niiv hi hiii'l nri'1 wxrorntBit.
, I N lOU vi" N Y W HKUOK, I ti-via here
f ) unto m t my limiii utnl c iu l lh (irt'tt
KK f" nf Hi HMle to l.f nxt- atSVh.
w,- 1U', on the .1UI Uav o My Ht.i.
ANl UKlV JHlSON.
Hr tut (lovKitt' ii :
rDWAKI) II, K-..-T, SVrrtry nfStMc.
Sheriff's Sale.
I Y virtu nf n exttc utfou to me direrted, and de-
hvrt'd from tlm Ilj'Uor;iMe Cirnnl OurL nl l'av
ulHon County , Ti mi. at it i Mur h Irrni, 1-fiM will m
pnno to puhiiu h1c, to the uighffit hi hlcr, lor ciisb, at
the Court houpf y.ird, in the i-ny (f N',islivitef on ;rt
urday, the HK'.li of Jnlyt lHi, all the . clit, title,
clitlin, interest find rtt ite, winch C. U. V HloVt ihon
had, or tn.iy hive tluce ar'iutrcd, in ulid lo thn loll w
Iiir trac.l ol hind honinh d an follow, lo wit : IVin
I'Hik tu the middlo of the Knitiklin and N'a-hvi I"
Turnpe roatl, at A. l urry's foutli ewt oormT,
runnints' llionce rootli min wi-at Hi poleji to a K.i.e,
heiiiK. H. Curry's b hiiIi-wnt oornrr und oih V. p
lwrumo, d-ccii8ed.eiit houndary, lhamw south 2
east ulonu fai l Iji n ore t axt buutilnry 75 pol-8 to
Uftnm, JilllKH A. WtMHl'rf llorlh-Wiat i-orn- r, tlli-Ufi.
north rant 1U"j IMI n to iht nn.lillo of paid
TurnplkrroHd, 1vii)k .hi. A. Wtod's north u&t crrner
Ihem u aloni thouudilri! of said Turuptko r i l Lortti
21 ,'4 ', wetit 10 2 b poh n to Die beuminc, rolttitiniTifr
forty thrte mm-i, more or lesa. bi Inc U-vit-d on u the
propny of C. I. Klliolt, Ui mM-ly a odKrn nt reu
dert'dm lavor ol Thonip-'on Co., unlal C i Kl
li tt.
.1. M IIIN'TUN, ttKiilT of 1 1. C
.luuo 'J(i.:u
. SKeriff's Sale.
TY virtud ot an "'f'tittoii to me tinrl d, and d
hverrd from trio H-n'ThN' t iroinl Court of Mrt
vidnon County, Tt-nucsxi-e, at m Man h t'im, liOi!. I
will expose to piibdc BaU'. to the highest Mil.lHr, tor
fduU, at the Oiurt looire Yarl, In the cily of NUhh
villi', on SaiurdHv, thv liLh day of July, isna, all the
laihl, title, c aliu, Intereat and enlite, whirl) ('. I.
Uli'itt ihfii had, or may liuvu Mince nr juirinl in and
lo the following drrilnd trart or Und hounded m
follow-, to wit : lU'Kiniiin,' lu the nrddie vl tin
Kriinklni and NaNlivHIe 1 uriip!, road, at A. S.
Curry's, Kouth i-nfl oomer, runntutt thoiuu south
ti8'4 ', wvtit H4 p'lltH tu n n'one, Im'Hik A. S. Curry's
h uuh wcKt corner, and mic W 1. lawrfiiuu, dii-eated,
rast boiuidury, thenre ttouth '1 ist alt-im mild ,iw
mire'n eiist boundary 7i p"lca Ui a stone, .limit A.
WooU'it noTfh-wt'Bt loruer, thi ure north tis', i-nht
111 iniI.u to tbo 111 Hid ie ol s iid Turnpike riad, h.in((
Jitine At Wotid'n north eat rorcer ; llieuic! attiic the
iiiiihlle ol ml 1 Turnp ke road north P4 , wer-l 7u i "1
poicK 10 me iiofiinniii, coiiiHiuii i; t rt turoo acres,
more or Wtoa, htdnu It-v.ed on as the proimrty of C. 1.
Kllotl luHHtisfy u judgment ri't-thucd in favor of
Itioliipij ft lo .aftaillHl u. I' Milott
.1. M. lUNTU.N.-Sheriir or I. C.
JimeJO at
Committed to Jail
01 imviii-on rniiiiiy, iciin , June 10, lmw, a ni-gni
Kirl, bo my. bfr n-nni ir JOANNA, und lioloujiii
to Uiibirt Williams, of Kranklln, Ky., hr. .limit 17
or Im yi'nra ; 6 di'i 2 iiu hoa bili j j wilclia aboi,t lo
poiilnlH i dark roniH'r color. Iboowni-rl. ri'iiite.-ti'd
I'i I'onio t'orwanl, iro o iirujierty, and pay rbirBii an
lh.' biw diriM'ts
J. H. HINTUN,
)inii'Z0-ai
Fbi'i iirand Jnllor of 11. C.
Committed to Jail
OV li-jvulton cim n ly , nn Juno the 1Mb, lHUi, a n
icro in. in, who b hi. name n JIM : auvi hu bu.
lonitii to J.iin-a Iiavi.. of WIImoo cunniy, Ti-nu. ; ai:i'd
about 1H jeara : welylis Vib or i:to tnunda : t fuel tiL.'
ini-bi-s Iuk'Ii ; lulor very blurk ; no niarkn. Tne-
own.'r is rii'inflti'ii to come lorward, jiruve )iroporty
auu my cnarKt'H aa me law un.rt.
J. M HINToM,
J iui-IH-.1l SlimllTaiid Jailor of 1). C
Committed to Jail
K Iiavidsoii coiiaty , June 10tb. lMii2, n neirro man
alio l.iys la a.- uinie Is MILTON ; iy. lie beloliC
lo .line'b Curler, of Mitrihall tnnlity, Ala', nee atiu.it
i yeviM ; Keiithl 105 pounds , 6 leet 7 lin hra Inj-h
i iiK.r 1.1 irk , n ir b l.i.ru ahovn the I il.l wrl.-t -
i In-ow hit iJ 1 1 n ui l t'.l t.i i-'.nii lorw.ir.l, prove jii n-
I i-ri , aim pay i o iih- :ih 1111- niw .nr.' IM.
.1. M. IIINToN,
I ni'ls :.l Sb.-r.ll and Jailor H. f
Committed to Jail
l Pavnlsou couuiity. June Idih, lsdi. a ucurn mau
W who shvp hm n;ime m DaNIKL. ; k) he beli'ii's
to Rudfird IKik, cf ,M t tkI-i 1 1 county, Ala. ; atr almut
'il it V'i ; we'ilb lj ii,- 1 ; lo-i , i li-et K in lies
uiKh i no miikH- color blurk. ibe owner is iviiumI.
eu to eon'e i.-rwant, prove prop..rly, und pay rh u
in iaw liirrrin .1 . M. 1 1 1 N 1" S ,
juiielH .'H Minitl and Jailor, I. I
Committed to Jail
I I l.i i.ls'.n ouunly , June lllli, IS.IJ, a n.iii'.i man
f kIki unyil In. Iliiine ti AARON ; v.. tie lii'loli'ii lo
Jo I arl'-r, ol .VliliHlinll eoulity, Ala ; tie.-.l ahoiit 10
) fill H . m.Iih l.out 1 tO or 14 J IN'OIIiIh , t l.-i'l t. 1U. Il
1 1 1 k i ; P" 111 ii k. : color bia. k 1 In-oi in-r m r-H'ii-.l
ed toi'imi. h.rw.ril. nive proiwilv, and .iv ilor
hh lb." lim Jin. i J M HlVT'iN.
ni'ii'l'i -Jt .-In r II and Jailor nl 1). C.
Committed to Jail
i r Pavidfon cunniy, .nine riib, xml a nerotnin
f wl.uHiy.4 Inn luiitt. in AL.KX ; kuvk lie litdoiivn
l-t l.ucy ."ni ih, or i ii y .'Iii 'ii ci'cuiy, Ii'tni,, fttd
ah. 'ot 21 VfAiH ; w e i 1 1 a 1-n or ,'0 ixniuit" : 6 f. et b
no h f btuh ; copjMT color, uomaik '1 In owner ix
r''in srd to c '.ll, l'"r al d, prm e properly . mi l pay
i nari tt a- Uie 1 w iiircct
.1 M HINTOV,
pna ls ;it li. i . II and .laiU.r ut I). 1
Committed to Jail
F navidsou couiity, ilav -H', ist.j, a m-iiro nmu
K Wild Hll llii llllllll P JAi K ; rrt)4 hn Iti lulifs to
I ho. pit k-Kit, ot M"iit in ry oiihiy , Ti-tin. : at-uut
'11 vr old ; 0 1,-iM 4 Uu li Ili'll , weiffli ut
t , potin In , i ..Ur b:,n k , frv. ral t-i'uci oil cu ll ham!
1 lie owm i U r'.p:if.(i-J lu c 'Ui t 'nul, proo pio
p''iiy, auu pay i n ar, as lite uw nif. i
J M msros,
Ji.Hit'. ;tl Sheiifl and Jal ur ol I. C.
Committed to Jail
OK 1'av. ulnou c.i-unty, June 4ih lhii?, a ii. '.lu.
who a tiM iimue u .-AM.aul LidhK" to Ir
nIi'Mh, l Shiuiht county, ah ut 21 yuhh uld
voi(,lm it limit 140 or 14 poiind" , 6 In-t b ln lu" 1,1
HHUtit ii whrii la kind , A tiu til hi'-a s on ln lor- lo'i.
dark t tipii r ci-Uir.
Ihe owutr u rvipii'-ti d to colon f'lwatd, piu
pr"p'ri nn. i pi . uai.rit, aa iue law nnvdv
J V lUSTdN,
- 'it .b, I ifl und J ulor o I.
Committed to Jail
OV li.,.l..ti t-otit.lv, M .i do, In...', a ii.-icro man,
ho a.,!' hi. li.ine I. llr.N HV ; . ,) a ,t. h, ,,n, . to
II toiii.er, u.-.ir Intl.. link, Ark ,ii t- ; i t 411
. II ol ' , 1 eirfl,- .It nit l.'. i, 17U i, ,.it,,la. ft lo, I li
in, ii,- I.ih, il.-k f.iii. r 1 ,.i..r, b il.l 1. .4.1,. 1
l b.. 1. a utr i- r.'.iii'.l--il to t. t.n n .1, j.n.ie .u-
I--11, -l.tl .) 1 li.ro..., ai it.,. ,lif,,.,.
i kl IIINTON,
1 n.,1. - It S. 111 illd J.I..T el H I'.
Committed to Jail
Ol Pi -J.-..IH i-.. mny, en th.- I Jib 01 .lur.e. Iwii, a
"''"ii, in l,.t a.,. h ,, OAVIn. aiid
1 - . B he ht lo,,. 1.1 I n y Snulli, ol 1
I . I.l. .Ik.' .0". Ill I ) .0 , wv ,1. I,
."1 I- l'l 1 , Ill 'I.e. Ii ;. il I 1 . lu.i ' . , ,
I. .11
. 1 I W p
I In
pro oate-r 1. re. pi. .led t.i Venn l.iiw.,,,1. ,rt.
t h ,0 .ti.i j..,)- i i,:ir' .- ni Hit, in- .lirei-i-.
.1 M III.MiiN,
' ' 1 :" S' r:l und Jailor ul ll C
I " ' " '
I Committed to Jail
U' l'.,il-..i, l j,, Tenn , .Inn. U a u.-
. V I ... I ,!.,. .... , t.. ..,,l,l.lM.,l
be. 01 I., h,. I.l ll. J , ... h. ,,,,1 lll.lit
1. Ul V o,.n,,, ,.. ,.,, 1,-iih . ..., ul 'li Vl'MI "f
a- Kl.. .1 l.i )..,i.u. , B Pel .In tt".
. h .. .1 ot, 1 11 1 n( I ;l I .1, I lh,. . .. 1.. 1 . I.
.. -I. .1 I.. 1 ti... 1. 1 a ir 1 pi., e , I el ll , .1 I i.l'
,ai. a. It., ,m,a ,1.1.. I,
I kl HIST V
.'H' 1 - I M. i ,rl ..i. l .l.i. lot ..I i l
Committed to Jail
F Dnrlilfin cciiily, .1 uu 11, lHfi'2, ft iH't;rn m tu,
who Mvhlg liAiiiA is A ! A f : m lie l.innu- t.i
,Iud Hroomfl hi K ili-'V. if KutlnTlnril r..untv. l nn:
ig khoMt 'il yar ; wmkIis nb.mt 16.' or 170 'hunn.la :
Pw't hlti ; r.nlfM", lik'tit lilm k ; ulrttnmfT" w In u In'.-,
lllK.
lit owner ireqt.At(d to com e l iiw.int. fiov.'
property, ujU piy catren, mi lh nw d.r.-ftit.
.1. .11 . IIINTON.
jum-.H-Sl yiiorlffmuJ .Ullor .f D i;.
Committed to Jail
whcmayii hit naiuo il rK')K4.K VTSJIIM. US
uyi he b lonp to ry Ann Y-i.rtn, ol Wurr n
nouuty, Ky , ik'i'd kbniit 4') 'iir ; wcijriifi 17,ri t I -mi
lbs.: a fpfi incltm hin ; ri.lor hw i ,"iu i I r nti
forohfad : small voni. ThiMmii'-r irt r-'itH'-t'-1 to
come ftrwnrd, pruv projtfriy ud l y ihari,'-n a
Committed to Jail
F Pavidpon c--uuty, June la. tH'W, a n r- iiu
w no say a his nainu is coi.i fay u I-
longH to Ir. Wi Kiroii ks, of Maury t miitv , 1. on , are
bout .10 vars ; ut-uh about Hi' or lit totuoi- .1
ftvt 6S Inches hl;:h ; long bushy h i 1 1 . cp r c!"r ;
no niarKM. ino owner im reinvmei to rome tor
ward, prove property and pay i-harp-'t th Uw di
cta. . . M lil.MU.N
JunelS-3 J-'herill and Jailor ol j c.
Committed to Jail
OF Pavidnon county, June 3 I, 1(;2, a io-htm h i. a,
Who savs Inn name h Ultl-hN : nav he be cntr-
to K. A. Thoiiipiiii, of Mtiury cotiiii vf Tt'in , a 1 ii
1H or 20 yearn old. weight al.M.t J7. p.icn r, . t
11 ini'hi-H hull, 'ark p r color.
1 h') o nrr in rniueHU-d to come fm w 11 d, iirtr i-ro
? lyt a d pay rh.up , a--, t' e 1 w di'ert-i.
.1 . .M. II I NT
Juncfl ;u Sli. rid and Jali.T"'! It C.
Committed to Jail
OK Daldnon County, Trim., June tHh, lsi.'j, a no
jrro ir'.n until .A 1.1,1 K ; says tUv (n-it nirs to
Irviu JI' kuc, of M miy Cninlv, T' l.n. .a'd Lirl i
about lH or 20 yoarrf old; w ihn nhiut IJOor liu
pouiinn; r 1 'i'l t Mu tton luli ; to i-iim l r. aifi n
loriht-ad ; near 011 upper Hp itl th' v h" ( flu1 ii.e ;
conpor clor.
Iho owiiiT U r'iiu-Hted to conie fin ant, rrovn
properly, ami pay liai ef--, :is th" law tlin-rt
J. M. IIIM'dV,
Jum 8-;it lit 1 ill and Juiioi ol It. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Pavidfion County, Tenn. , June Mh.lK-t.'.H no
irro man named Kb'JAll: hh b h tutors lo
Irvin Hogin1, ot Maury Counlv, Tmn ; aboui i or -J.i
years o'd ; weigh aiout liiu or lli po'indu ; ft li- t 7
inches IiilIi ; copn-r colm ; r-null nrar uii'ier coui-r
I nnht eye
Hie owner 111 r"lll Htet to cuine rorward, i'hm
property, and pay rhur'H, as th' law din-cm.
J M IIIMo,
Juiic8-3t Sht rin and Jailor (, i. C
Committed to Jail
OK Davidson county, June 1ft. lfci, a m kto nun
who aaya his uauio in AMiKKW; nml t) d nk' to
Wm Mtrtin, ol liavi.l-iU) ctn tv, T nn. , at: -1 .il ait
IS or 19 yearri ; weijlin M5 or IM ponn-it ; ." t 1. 14
iuchi'M In if i ; Of-lor black ; uu tnaikn. The out.ir )-- rt
quested to come forward , pio r property and pny
charK as the iaw d'rci tti.
jUDul93t Shcrill and Jailor ol C
Committed to Jail
OK PavidHou County, Tcnn , May iitlili. t'ii. a ne
K'o woman, who t-avu her namo U ' i;, und
says she belongs lo James Hunirr, ol Wil l itim in
unly, Tenn ; abiMit 17 years aid, 5 b-rt ft niclifu
h'ch, wi lxlis abimt 12) or l-.'i p undi , v cry black
The uwDr is rnptcf t d to oonie forwnrd, pi wvr prop,
erty, aud pay churyos, an the law directs.
j. .mi. til i" ,
JuDiO 3l Sheriff and Jailor f I C.
To Kt't'iM i t of Tippling i(oiim
AN1 OTUKHS.
FaJuTiCK h ti rehy iflvcw, tli.it I he A-I p.is.-l by
li Citv Council Kvbru.iry 24, Ihi;j. t niil'i-d an A t
prohibit i toi the fM le of v uiou.-, t.u ituouy, r iii'o
ii-itiug lepiorn, JVC. di herrntfi-r in- rmini, i'i,:..rci-i
.IM. Ml till 11 1 I J I , M.ool
Mayor's oit.oe, May J7, Is W - '".
Subsistence Stores for Sale.
OKHCK OK ACl'INii CnMMs-M'.V 'I II I IIM'I .
,S A.tli II I K, i '. ., .lull II. Il, I -I.J.
UV oi'.l'KH of ennui .in.iiii)' t, -in nl ni I'. -ni I i l
Ihe ohm, I will '...m- lo lnt.l S .-, in the
Slore biillio ol tin. It..- n n ' I "imiii. arv , i ..rner llri u-1
.ind Culleui. S'lreeln, on Mil ItliAV. .11 Nk aii,t, I hi.-:.
il, lOo'clork, A M . tin' r.ill.iliK Si.li li l.i - More.,
(f. ndt'tlltied) vm :
NK 11) U Villi! I, I 'hll Itllil' on,' h nnlr. .1 mil
.11 -lliue (1' Hi o iiill.' ol 111. I , il tiii.ii'.l .
mould.
I.'-IITVdNK (lli HAItliKI.!, I'ol.t.iiiilii tt-ti Ciou
.ind Hire.. I . ii 'ill r.'.l mil li'in-ly .inn.- (ln.::i..
imunilH of HOMINY. billing. .1 by inj.i'tl
Al.0,
tin! follow Aitu leu, i-iplnr-.1 Iroin lit.' St.i.- .1
reli.-l. iliaiiri "..-nihil lbe I'. S I... i-i inot-i I . ir
Nk luf Ol Mll.l.l.'l' -kill, if tuni.-l ni lotly
i. i) pir..
IMMl Ci) HAIi, . oi.l ,. i.itn o.r.i I, ..ii i,..: ,,.
tweiiiy ,ll.i poti'i'Irf i.l Ibii .
Tr I: M -1 C-n at Clue . 1 ..tie. i n , ni.le ,i lti,,i
M.t.. Tream y Not.- CIlAllll.. AI.I.I N,
j uu t 1 7 -1 -1 I-i I.n -it :i .1 Hoi.. V..I.- . no I a c.s.
Proposals for Fresh Beef.
( oil 1 1 1; III I .1 k , I
Nahii ink I. nn , .linn- 11, l-i- J j'
SKA I kill I'RuI'DSAI.S w ill lie r.'. e'Ved lit u.v il,. t,
until ll.i.:o,.k, l Salin.1..) , a.m.. .'!, )-i.i, l-r
Iiii n lull ii iir tin I 'nit ..I St ut. a I in .p.- h . v i , , ii " l'l."
I lotiut "I Ibn Ohio,' ' Houtli ol tli-ol.ni tii. r, w.lli
l'rt..-U H el lor tine.' luoiilh-i. L.-h iu- iii Ihl' July 1,
.in I i h.l.i. S. , t ,u t.i i i.n , i . j
'llie lie. t lininl In' 11---I . I ;i ! it -.' . nut fi.tti fl.- i.
w i''Kb'liK not U'h. Hum 1 llHI Imlli.l . I lo I..- .1.'
Hv-Ted ut the e.in..H In e pi-il p ,. l'..ii. of I .n mi l
t.ili.l .'i.lrt r. l li.-.' k and b ii I. - ... t'l I in mii ii
ip'.-mttiiei h. n ii 1. 1 I, in I nn-it. Inn - r'ir.-i.
y.M li p: i,. .s tt m ii. t be a,- :oiitp i n .-d by lie n ilni-
an-l r .1 1-1 -rf.lu.i .ur t'. h- ai .' i . I. i bi ipy
retpnreil In b : worth In p"p rly t'i" v.ilno ,,i fj. i o.l
Prop h ... VI ol I., i l .l .1 . -d " l'l"t -.ill I"! ) ii h
Ik., I, ' .in l dn , e'en t i
C.pl R MO I i I 1 V.
J I i-'.'l Coin Mill , I' . S A . N... hi ,l. , linll
. . .
Engines anil Boilers for Sale.
I OH kit KOR SAl.k He I UiTII.. .1 .ltd P..,, is-I Hi-S-e
im. . J.t'o. . Wo ,.1 - n. I J .tin J -Im-, n . .i- t hey
in. In-al tin- N.i livilie iVh'.i l 'for-- i - .'.I. ,.r.
.Die t !"in; 4 in. In. und 4 Ii lit i . ., I, t I. in.' 4ll
tin-!,. .in in nl.-. t I. ! land in.. I 'li-iii, . M.li
II nier lion. "I Hi- i 'pui r.y Ti..- I...s i -- .u.
two J 1 1 1 li h i ) 111 ib I - 10 l.' I all .-I..', in.. I two .1 U.. li
ey Ini.n-i - II I. . I ..ti ' k - , with mi.iii-., I: tn. .,, t t.
I ill. lillor.i'e the iloor... : I, .-. iin.l 1.1 n I-
ol Nlld Sl.ailiho.iU, anil ti initio I.. I til If'-n, hllll'ltili'
lor 1 1, antlio.tlh or . it in r ptirpo.--in h ii, lii'i; i liaiiia.
ibiiiiiii. an I mi." . - II 1' )iaim.iN,
oilie isflrii No 'fc' l irk . t SI I - t
TO ICE CONSUMERS!
W " ;ire I' 111;
Pure 11.: ike Ice
AT'. IT- I'KK I B IN -lit lill llN II M.i, I .,111
per (.omul I. -a H11111 tl,a " V. M,.u p ' I . , t. o,,t
IK p.. I i ill the I ol.. 11 id a H n'.l'i . .'it I to . Mr. . I
nine 17-tr 1.. 11. .-11: 111 It 10
Exchange and Banking Oflico.
' I Ml K Ulidn (i. d Iinw o-.iud unii:'' alo .' o
I 1 ..ii.v. M-rri, f, M i'. h.ni,' Link II t ... r..
hut an 1 si-li kxChai. .'-, ."id hu . r I i- i ..l
pun Kt.tfw . -Hill t.ovtii nun iii t ....Lit. I . ; l- i. .( 01
Uu. t ll propij I'j all. 1 4". I l.i
. 1. AM--...I' X
Nimhi illc, Juio- l, i-tu - .
jsrorriuio!
N SAT! RIlO V . , I! .. ".Nib iY I'l .11 NK,
V I mil el
l.W' to p,
.tie
I ,r I till .t the C."irl L, u- 111 11, .
aou.a NM.It'l hi IN. 11. : 110 J 1 11 k.. 1 .
4 I eim . 1.- ,.-d .11.- 1:..' pr., it.
I 11 I.. Mll-lv on. I 1 I. lu no hit.
ol I LO I
i.-d -I.
1. W Ho
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1 and H.i.l, s... .f . 1:... , ...I I. ,.
I I Mil ! id I ,. ' k Mil I H..-I. r ol II
.1 VI II. m is
Bolting Cloths.
a UK iiv I )
Nn. ll
Jlnohvillc Uuotu
T i: it ! s:
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vnv risiMi
( rt UKr.it ikn it) O" - ( i. . .1 Ak )
i i iu,' I tin) 1 u r.n r. a-i.i loi.ai .ii-' mi ii fin
" 1 ! v, .1 u --a. ti tii lito.i..il i naare I ho
-i ' 4 ,.o 2 iMi
" 1 il -i.lbfi 00 " " a IKt
I " " on 4 (to
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a s (10 K ,H)
" pj " XT. " to On
tkKrir a Al HIMl u
hie i far, f li a 1. 1 it m.-ial p p.aic f I 0
A'ril.'ji ti..t',' inu ( Ik : to t k" out n 1 p
dv.rt.- in nts ul ru: i ti .';lisi-r ImM.ho Uu- y, at
o " , ..: I' rv. ; r w r '. .'1 live liil d-lov
Sim. .lU.i.t ' " ' v . i rl i 111 'li'.B V ' I ! .i'"0-
.ium d without p: . . :t ii'tl n e lo ur. i: r v .il any
.tiau'i' ' uih-'o i r - lt.au out vi;r at lh. J -ar.y
m
A'vur:terj fedinir th (tpact cTi
ncted Mr wi' I b chu ;;cd for the excc39."4
iri'SDAV iVllKNINi;. JI NK 21 sr.2.
N iiici) i; isMiurl,
(.'nl. linil. liriitvii, utll Kiiiitvii in
Missouri, lias written :i very interest -iajj;
letlep mi tlie iresent ixisitnii of
slavery in that Mate. He stales, ad
tlio result nl' liiu investialinn, that Mis
souri, which I'ontaiiieil in 1 sdi I i.iir htin
dred anil funr Ihousainl slines, lias at
iiiesent llltle if any more than lil'l.v
tlKHisiilnl. In the eleven nullities tif
Noi tliw estei 11 Missouri, where MeCnl
lo, h ami 1'i ire so loll", hrlil sway, only
''il slaves are left out of "J"-- 1 in I Si'.O.
The eountii s w hieh lie nlnnj; the Kansas
hortlei', nntl w hieh hail in Isi'ili
slaves, have now, it is saiil, scarce a
hundred reiuaiiiinp;. lie thinks, llieit
fnre, that the State iniht eheaply and
advaulaeously dispose, of Ihe system
under the IYcsitlcticts oiler. Ilesiieetini;
the di'lt'leiiiius intlueiiecs of the inn'ilu
tion on the pniTi'SS of the Slate, ('nluncl
1'tiown sys :
" It is a stai tlilit; fai t, that whereas
the increase of population in Missouri
dining the last ten years has heeii limit
70 per cent., und inure than half i.l" that,
a (ieimaii iimnij;rati(in,)whieh came in the
faith that Missmiri would soon discard
slavery on the other Land, the increase
of Wisconsin has heel) I'll per cent., that
of Iowa -M per cent., that of Minne
sota ''7o0 p'l- cent., und that of Kansas,
peopled amid the desolations of a Imr-
di-i' war, has lipen imO per cent.
A t.eiiiiliie "si,,- IC. l., I.
Cajitain Cms. I.i;iii relates the I'ullinv
ino, as eomino winlrr his ohsei vat ion
while ('aiiiiiaiiiiiij in Western Vir
ginia :.
Aiitono tin- prisoners sent to I'laiKs
liui'H, wns a viiun nirl of seventeen,
named .Mary .lane (ireen. She resided
in l'i.iton eunnty, and, for a lull).' time,
was cleaned in eanyiiiK the mail he
tvteen ,S 1 1 1 ton, the enmity Seat of that
comity, and the rebel camp on the (iau
ley. She was illiterate, perfectly li ar
less, and cordially hated the " Yankee
vaoahonds," as she termed the l edeial
troops. She was noted for her profanity,
and when, With the I'eSt uf (he family,
she was arrested, cursed and snore like
a professiunal blackh-jr, or horse-racer,
declaring I hat she would have the In ait's
blond of every "Lincoln pup" in West
ern Virfjiuiit. The real cause of ihe war
ainl the ellect ol secession hat ing lieen i t.,r fi-nm this State I refer to t -Sen-c.'.plained
to her brother, he expressed a ator Masou. The mansion i one inhcr
desire tu be pel mil led In take the oat li j i (ml 1 1 mil a Kevolutionary ancesinr. noted
of allegiance, saying that he had been j f,,r his dcvolion tu his country, lor his
misled. Mary Jane bi eanie furious, i sa. i ilices lor it, and fur the eviiieement of
forgot all the sisterly all'ectioii she pus- Ihe very highest order of intellect ml
sessed, denounced him as a cow ai d, und I courage. These high iiialities have not
swore that he might take the oath, but lu-cii inherited with the iiegrons and
that they could not make a d d Ah- , land
olitionist out of her. W hen on her way I The mansion is a plain, substantial
to Clarksburg, in charge of Lieutenant i one, cased over with plaster. Mmh of
George 1'. O' Neal, her language w as sin h
he ileelaied, as to almost disgust him
w ilh tin' sex. While conlined in prison,
she abused jias-crs-by, shouted lustily
for .1 1-II. l'avis and Ihe Southern Confi d-
eraty, mid swort' she vtould have llm
In ail nl (uncial imsi-mi iiik, il sin: was suoslanlial asjiecis dues 11 assimilate it
ever released. Kindness did not move, self to Ihe noisy, In aw ling qualities tif
and aU'ection was thrown away upon jilsowner. The iuiet, iinprelending vir
her. The sect s-ioii ladit s, w hu are 1 e- tin s of the daughter of I'ennsy lvania, a
lined and iut lligi nt, deeply sympathized rhiladelpluan, w horn hu married, must
with her, but peiinilled Ihe I cderal olli
eel s to provide her with decent aj.panl, ,
which she accepli d, allliotigh i niniu; ,
from those whom she legal did as In r
persecutors. The people lesnling ill the I
neo hboi hood of Ihe jail I'll relieved .
when she was sent tn Wheeling. Ar- j
riving there, she was taken to the piin- .
cipal hotel, and treated w ith the greatest
kindness; w as, ncati y 1 lad, and 011 pro- 1
inising that she would try to do belter,
was relea-ed tu, I a li"iin- 1. !il, 1:111 d li.r
lu r in a n-spi etahh' l.iinily, but falling
111 with snni" seei -Nsioii tiiend-i, she be-
I came as bad as ever.
Mary .lane went bark to Draxlnii, Im!
could Hut possibly liehate In im If. She
all. tnptcd In deslinv the telegraph w irn
erected by the lYdcral aullcH il n s, and
was taken ha. k to Wheeling only a lew
dais :u, and . -. . 1 1 1 i 1 n 1 in jail, w In re
I she now 11 liijilis She a-suull. il one ol
I thn soliln-rs wlm had Iht in i barge,
; sink 111 g (1111 in I Im In east with a bin I,
Tin I n P' is. I' new Mate of V est ir
gliii.l is ii'iv I. .Ion Ciiii'ii-s.. piayiir;
adini.binli into Ihe I nioii II t ii in
missi no i . have ret ' ntly In . n in Wash
ing t -in In I' ui' I In 'I'i 1 1 it-it i al Com in i .1, i h
of Ihe two II, ,u-. - 1j) in : I.. I n t ll.t n,
lliehisl .Mi.il.l i.iiiin i.il a:. I I .i I t. Hi
nt t Ii -I iv Hi tl.. it in in in, i,l. I i,.io ai!
. an 1. at ... I -" pi a v t ' 1 1.' w
I ,i I. s i e.-i i i i I,, i , at . ' . i . i I. i :, I
i i .;. in . ui-
I. lie III 11 viiiilita-l.ack of llu.tnra,
rtc.
iCi i. .prtii. l-n.-e of lli,. St. Ia.iiI Kepilblii an 1
Mfmphis, Juno H.
Wniideriiii throtiiih Memphis, deserted
biitlilini;, w ith their drery chalk i)in of
"To Ueiit," suiTounded the stranger on
every side. Stores with anything in them
have long been a thini of the past, and
after trying for months to do business
w ilh empty shelves, their doors are now
closed. A couple of saloons, viilh lem
onade for sal", and two apple stands,
were the only signs of business I met in
a walk yesterday through one of the
principal streets. The theatre is inakint;
a spasmodic ellort lo keep alive, but sin
nally failing. Nero tiddlcd many years
ami w hen he ought to have don omc
thing else, and the people of Memphis,
after going in crowds to see mock trage
dy while Ihe real w as acted around them,
have now deserted their fiddlers for the
new excitement.
I'll'leen thousand people, would, 1 think,
cover the sum total of the population
here, and those gone aro evidently tint
aristocratic portion, In the extreme du
bnrhsol tow n, where are many beautiful
residences, the owners appear most gen
erally to have remained at home. Hoard
ing niiinng the people of the town, are
hundreds of deserter fiom the KelVel
army, both olllcers and soldier, ml they
are ijuiet and peaceable as any. Many
have taken the oath of allegiance.
I'i iii Ihe -1 I... ui,, lleni nil, 171b.
A friend just from Memphis, who was
in a position to ascertain, informs us that
a great deal more, sugar was coming to
light every day than any body hero had
the least reason to suppose had been
saved from destruction. Wry ingenious
inelhnds of concealment had been resort
ed to, especially by snlne holders, loyal
men, who early supposed that the, vandal
hand of the conspirators would be laid
upon it and now it is coming to the
light nearly every hour. There is also
considerable molasses in the city. The
Government is a competitor for this, and
loaded no less than t wo hundred barrels
on ono boat, ('niton is showing itself
more sparingly, but every day brings its
entirely reliable report of lots here and
there, that will, in very short time, be
on the market. Ono very superior lot,
owned by an out -and -out Secessionist, is
near the city, and held at ttveHty-live
cents, "gold, and nothing else." These
"big figures" were lirBt attached to sugar
in tho hands of Secessionists, who pro
tend to suppose that the North was des
titute of this article, bulon receiving as
surances that they were greatly mistaken,
they became less ambitious in their
view s, and reasonable rates were accept
ed. Our infoi inant found altogether a more
hopeful state of aH'airs in Memphis than
he had anticipated. Many of the most
substantial merchants there are loyal,
and gladly welcome the approach of every
new regiment that conies in. Some of
them coin i ntied out spoken in their loyalty
through all their trials, though often in
danger therefrom. When the reaction
commences, as it will very soon, it will
be something to excite the admiration of
the country.
.Memphis is undoubtedly very delicieiil
in all articles entering extensively into
family supplies, but merchants must re
member that ils population is not over
twenty thousand now, and be careful not,
by extensive shipments, to make a glut.
The planters and farmers aro very shy
as yet, anil have not begun to come in for
stocks.
m . - mm - -.
1 iaii ! fc. miliar .taMwuai'ffl Hollar.
My fiicrids and myself, after riding to
the outside pickets upon the road to
ward Strasburg, embracing a distance ot
some three miles, went to vi'it tho resi
lience of the la:.' bullying braggart Sen-
Ihe roominess of the building is subter
ranean. None ol the rooms are high,
airy or spat inns. Situated upon a pleas
ant miiietiei', inclosed amid tiicsofva
i ions species, it presents a must unii ! and
Reining appearance. In none of lis plain
have cte.ited or 1
;tilaled i s nioib sl it p
pi-lll allce.
I'l l i I, A I I
Mi A X l.p.ll ll'iR.
This place, so long ihe alioih' of the
lordly V irginian, bloating and swelling
W illi his own important e, is now the
head-iiiai ters of a company of Ihe Fifth
Michigan Cavalry. How it must grieve
his ccnsi iut'iil lality to know that. North
ern "vandals," Ihe hordes of 'accursed"
Yankees, aie tint only nei-upiiig his la-
ni itc tow n, but also pai ing, in perfect
seetiril y, his ancestral hall ; hut his ebon
i' l have f ollowed the way pninted out
by Ihe ",'wirth star," nd that the senti-
ml pa, is, with the clang of tin- aalx-r
i al "in
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disturbing I he o'li.-l, tin
unci. Ill
ol S. '
His niighbi.r is Colonel , an old
and substantial tat mer, or, as lln-y ate
osl. ntutiously called h.-ie, planter. His
lesidein e is just b.-youd Mason's, and is
miii h mote palatial in its apjiearuneo.
The Col I is in the rebel aim v li" h-
ni'iiiil, and his family ate Inn- He
li lit-i ..-.iiiul tbo iieroetillilion of the
I in. ui, urn I yet Im leaves his f.imil y h. re
will. in il,.- prole. Hon ol the I nioii lines.
Wh.,1 ...nlia-l ot a. tn. n Willi conli -
.i.n..- in ll.e g.-n.ro.ily ot Ihe Ouwrii-
im ti I he Me. I. s to ovi rl I. row
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t.rand I phi-aval at I hirago.
Chicago has just been entertaining a
large party of railroad excursionists
from r.altitnore, Pittsburg and Allegha
ny City, and the II n alo of the festivities
was decidedly funny. It was a propel
ler ride by moonlight on Lake Michigan
bout one hundred and fifty guests be
ing crowded into craft of diminutive
accommodations, lilack clouds conceal
ed the moon, and old Horeas erai ked his
cheeks as soon , the boat got outside. -The
lonrihil tells the story :
The boat rolled and pitched like a por
poise, and it soon became evident that
Neptune had come on board to exact his
dues from unfledged voyagers. lUanched
cheeks and bloodless lips were the out
ward signs of his advent, while cramped
stomachs, cold extremities and undenia
ble nausea were the inward takens of his
rudo presence. Strong-limbed men stag
gered to the scuppers, and for awhile
vainly endeavored to free their stomach,
of their excited contents. The women
totally abandoned themselves to the
wretchedness of the hour and vainly
sought support from theij husbands ,i,
lovers, who, las, were in no condilion to
render it. Kelief came at last, when
every bucket, spittoon, hat anything
were called into requisition. Matilda
.lane, whose lover never saw her partnkn
of anything more substantial than
sponge cake or ice cream, filled his hat
with beef steak and corn bread, while
the strictly abstemious Amiuadab was
obliged to confess to sundry mint juleps
and sherry cobblers. The crowded state
of the boat onlv added to the wretched
ness of tho scene. It was ended when
the boat returned to her dock, and the
weakened "moonlight excursionists"
found themselves again on terra flrma.
Our invited guests are of the opinion that
Lake Michigan is a "big thing."
Inihanapoi.is .r ti nc It). The I'nioii
Convention assembled in Ihe Capitol
siptare at 10 o'clock this morning. The
attendance is very large, parties being
fully represented, (iov. O. I'. Morton is
permanent I'resident, with olio Vicn
i'resident from each Congressionul Iis
trict. All resolutions oll'i red to the Con
vention have been referred to the Com
mittee on ltcsoltitioiis without debate.
Tho Convention reasembled ut '1 o'clock
1. M. Stirring speeches were liiiide by
lion. Henry Secrist, Martin M. Hay,
and lien, llreckel, a l claiming to he
life long Democrats. They Advocate a
vigorous prosecution of the w ar, soil, il
necessary for the preservation of the
country, tho extinction of slavery. The
Committee then proceeded to make nomi
nations for State olllcers, with tho follow
ing result : Secelary of State, W. A, 1'eele;
Atiditorof State, Albert Lunge ; Treas
urer of State, Jonathan S. Harvey all
Itc publicans, and the presnt incumbents;
Attorney Cleneral, lleluney If. Williams,
of I'litnam county ; Superintendent ol
I'ublic Instruction, John J. Morrison, ()f
Washington counly both Pcmncrals.
The report of the Committee on Id-solutions
was adopted unanimously with
out debate or alteration.
The resolutions declare that the win
was forced upon the country by South
ern disuniunists w il bout cause; that the
people of Indiana pledge themsrlvel t
contribute men ami money for ils vigor
ous prosecution; that the war ought not
to'ceasn till the rebellion is entirely
cruiihed out ; that people expect an erono-
mica! adminintr.itir.n, and the c.,i,.!iri,
punishment of fraud against the (inveni
inenl. The people of Indiana tender
their profound thanks to the I'nloti
soldiers every where, and deep giatiludu
to Indiana troops while c ii'i'ierui.
Southern traitors. The people will con
demn al the ballot-hox all w ho are not
for the I ui. .11 iiucondilionally.
After the adoption of the resolutions,
liovernor Morton made a patriotic and
stirring speech.
After addresses from the catiilidales,
the 'on volition adjourned amid great en
thusiasm, IllM Il 1. 1' A III III I. OKI ll I.R A ynlllv,
rebel ollieer, Lieut. Thtodore Klinck, tiled
yesterday at the hospital itl f ilth innl
I'.ultoiiwood streets. His father is an
opulent grocer in the city of Charl.-sluii.
He was wounded in the baltloof Fan
Oaks, and taken ptisoner. He was hi ought
here on Sunday last in the S. K. Spatildiiii
lie w as attended In his last hours by
km. Iiy hands. He was a lieutenant in
the 11 tmploii Legion. Uciaivhiin la. I
Sunday afternoon, with his leg in a boa,
as he lay upon the wharf wailing for a
carriage to cmvey linn to tin- h n-pilal
At bis i -i in st a newspaper was laid
across his f,,i e. Ileli an d that uu in
censed populace, seeing llnir lui lhiru
burnc homo crippled, and him a it In I
amuiig them, ling ht take vengeance upon
In ni. lie little knew the map tiainuiil V
ol I'lilliuli lihiani. Un was taken to the
hospital, und w as i hi. -il for as l.iid.-rly
by the ladies of the inst tulion as if he
had bein son, wounded m the de'i in e
of bis country.
He lay upon Ihe balllu h Id will, our
nw ii w otinded for iglit.'-u bouts befmc
he received surgical tr. .Oun iil, ami his
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He tiled yeatinlay, as aireauy sam
mainly limn .'Xiiauation, but ipiile
paiilcM.lv- I" his l.ll llii ,ii. li I n he le
pented that he had taken tip arms again. I
Ihe Hag of his country, and only desired
that Ins surviving relatives might atiai''
his senium iits. It will he a satisfaction
tu his pan-ills though tin y sympathize
w ilh r. hellion to know that their sou
1 cived the ulmust kinilnras in his
wounded condition, and that hu remains
' will r. c-ive a I I.l Lilian burial in Wood
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