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And Rebel Ventjlatok.
kxoxyilm; tkx.v, natukdw, may 7, m.
W. O. BHOWNLOW, Editor.
Banner of promlne, bv freemen unfurled I
Beacon of hope In wait1..)? world I
Bhiniiij; above it the ttarry throng,
A rifl io the murky uluu.1. f wr..!.
Clouda that thai) roll fnun llicir b.wn.anf lbht,
Till tli whole rouinl dome ii blue nml bright.
Knoxville, Saturday, May 7, 1864.
1'roclaniAtion to Ihe ( Itlzcns of Fust
So lnnir tin' (iiicstion of I'd inn r Dimnion w,u :
llebatuliln, to Jong yoit Jul well tu debate i' nml votn
i n it. ion Imd ii iluir rnrlit to vot tor tlit I uion. !
lilt wlii'ti S,'peiioii was .atulililic.l bv thu voic of'
llif paopl,.. you rli.l ill to distract the coiintrv by
hnerv woM uml iiiHiinwtinniirv tiiimilt. In ilninit '
ln you commit the highc-a crime known to the i
Out of the Southern Confi ilcracv no ppniilc nos-1
m(k 111,1!, pli'lili'ttt nl' l.ri.c.n.ri, v iioil li.iit.il H...4 n.
Ihosn of Kust Tennessee.
I. " .. ' ' 1 ' ' " ""II ."'I
ihp Nuitliarn innrk.'t
ivliieuyoa linvc hithertoc,,joyo.lonlv incoinpetitioii si rmi ...M,,ls," headed ' Special Corres
I. ith ii host of ragcr Nortlurn rivnN, will now be1 . ., in,
Ilinrc't with ft low Mutes ot the I onloili'tmy eiiniUy
. ... n
ortuiiiitn, poilllciillv anil i;eo"niuiiei,,. Kvriv
Toiluet of vour le'riciilturo hiiiI worksliiiii w ill now
lii'l a prompt sale at liiijh prices, ami so lmi nseot-
in crnwa on t oiileilerale soil, so lom; will tlie nn.nev
khich it lirinijs, flow from thu (South thiotiL'h till
uiir channels of traile.
I At this moment you uiifrlit bo nt war with tin.
mien .-Mines, or imv oiuer oreiif n iuon, a 1.1 vet
.t9.,(rerate.,ll, of',l. evil, which pursue Mm' in '
II. is domestic stiife. No man life or tiroiieriv is
fa. no woman or child can sleet, in ouiet. Vou
Ire deluded by Hellish duniaijoeucs who take en re for ;
I icir own personal mf.'ty. 1 ou lire citizens of 'Jen- ,
es.oe. ntiu vour State one of the C'oiifeilernte Suites.
So loner n vou are up in arms aniiinst thus.. States
fill you lock for Hiiythini; but the iuvusion of vonr
onie,iind the wiislini; of vour substance? This
Mtldition of thinu's must be eiidwl. The Govern-
ent eoinmands the pci.ee and sends tr.s.ps enough ,
. enforce the order. 1 proclaim that
at cverv man
I ho eoinep in promptlv and delivers up his iirnn
lill lie pardoned on takiii(; the oath of allegiHi.ee.
III men taken la arms iil'uiih (lie Govern meiit will
transported to the uiililarv prison st Tuscaloosa,
Lid be routined there dui'mi: the war. Ilridtru
irners mid destroTers of railroad truck are excepted
im ainolie those pardonable. Thev will bu tried
uniin Head court luiirlial, ami he liaiit;..fl on the
,t. 1). I.KAIlUKTTEK,
Colonel ( 'oininandinir.
Heaitioiailen, Oiceorvitt,., Kwt Tent., Nov. noill,
IiKmahkk. Tliid Proclamation was by
mt ttniiiitigated Northern traitor, undper-
Ired army otlieer, anviUc Leadlirltcr, w ho
immanded tho rebel force nt (ireeneville.
lSlil. Sect'ssi.;!) is scarcely yet cMablish-
11 by the Voice of tho people, as he assumes;
lid certainly Tennessee is not "one of the
mfedcratc Stated," its he proclaimed in
The rebel government, we are told, sends
oops enough to enforce its orders in East
ennessce. i.ongsireel nail a largo army. ;
lit He Utterly lUllOU t eillorec Its orUVI'l. I1
T , . i, .t i i ! Know n lis "tarni renters, sciiioiu tillins; the same
Let us now tell this murderer, coward. srnllI11, .,,, timp , XVi, n.i. ri.tur fn.. ,me sec-
d scoundrel, that Telitiessue is not, us bo j ti,t. of the country to another in ipie-t of the neees
oclaiincd, 01.0 of the Confederate States, , ""Xo'leL lance is r riled wherein a ref, e
d never will be; and to-day hilt' has more !
n in the I'edoral. than in the Kebel army.
Character of Northern Soldiers.
Iln the summer of 1 SGI, the Jlobilo Kirn
a - .1 . . . .. .. . ..
1 i('IC gave tins description ol orllicril ,
Idiers. It will be refreshing to look at it .
iw, utter tnree years oi intra ngnting: i
We are readv for nctioti-thev arc cettins readv '
h.rcnaretonct. Tliev inav raise n cut v of nirn men I
p . ... . ...
. Knelt iloni. of eitic Kbi.in Kiil.t ,H' w,.,,l,l i,i ,
e mrc Sl t In i ' . V,v, rv w if J h 'e
niitai are not ,,, 1
Iet the liot-bl led. thorough bred, impetous men
the South. Trencher soldier, who e.ili-ted to '
ron their rations, not on ni thev nre-iich as
Irchcl through Ilnltimore suunlid, wnMcbcd. rag-
It and half inikwl, M tlie newspaper of that citv j
fort Mem. tellown win. do not know the breech,
a musket from it. muzzle, nud had rather filch n '
ldkcrchicr thuti tight 111. eueuiy in aiaiilvcoinbiit. i
die alavw, K-ddlinS wnioini., -malt-chaiiged :
ivwBi.d vagrants tnirin-.;. and ofl-sconringf of
noPuh.co-the are tho levied ..fi- wh, !
icola luddeulv .rrav candidate for tlie r
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Mrt:: zrz":":'jr: s
will put our ncgrtHH to the d
m. llut thev w ill not wniii
. .w . ...
il.'... Clinic woulil. nil..
lirtv work of killitn;
o .., v 1....... 1.
f thi Vi.l lunti 1
ltlieni will live on thin idn of the
In it will take u? to renub the ground and drive,
inovar. . i
1 Mobile i .ending forth' to wane this war of
.endenee,thenobltandbravetof her on. It
nu ran morccnine. woum tne a.H..u on iM.wcr (
called out to war upon us. We could i.lmt
I that lnUer clasi of men would fall into the
rtbern ranka. that our gentlemen might find f'e
1 worthy of our atnel, whom it would be more
leult to conquer, and w hose ivieiucring would be
re honnrntile.' For the present, however, weu.isl
ctltect to tlnd anv foe worth lighting, with the
Iaptlnit of a few regiment, for the North hi now
tinjj ready, aud will likely bo wkipud Itcforo it i
In proof Unit Southerners are "gentle
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In, tho I'ensacoia corresponuoni oi inc
bile Advertiser, in 18(51, states that:
I The advance of a tnlendid company of cavalry
ii . .. i i.sic. - ii.. .H..HM.lu
in l7aiia atu. t i.coa coiiiiniT, ai.. nn .
luornirg. They number u.netv-live nil loin,
m iiimmnmled bv Cant. T. F. Jen kin, with K.
Irwin, 8. Mclntiwh, and J. J. Vheadn an lieu-'
linu. They .re mininusl at their own M-nse,
lajtiou leaves the house windows should
lai nd Vileol only mutter. Thia ia perhaps
wt-althUW company that aver drew blade or '
UK WOT IM." .-..M
Irred iteed to battle Their aggregate wealth ia
lmatcd tt ntir four tnilliotn of dollars. They
re sniraoU to tend them, but lika true toldiera
rwidv to sacrifloc all comforu, all luiunea,totne
great object of th-ir smil the liberty or tnmr
It a ear ooutn ana tuuuirj.
U is not in verr good tasto to boast of
laitH; but rfnee tha Southern papers dial-
I jed tb?s "wne, t thu retnot periol
, will take occasion In Mali', dial there was MorillllJ Of lllC KlMllll.
then one nun in n lthndo Island c-uiupauy ' The Kielnnond luoiunr, in lsii. enter
of Home tiiiar.ls who could buy out thin I ilH r,.,,.rs wj,i, t:,l,ving itppropri-
whole company, and then have more money chapter ,lf,;lin,,t tlie besetting sin of ihe
: lell than any man in Alalia ma is worth, alter Confederacy :
! he ha.l paid hi. Southern ami vWohis ; T. ,,.; , Mvllll;Hrj. ,,,.,.,. Kr ui,,
Northern cKrl ts. Olio Iihodo Island rcgi-, open. Men from ccry ijauriiT of the ('nnfcdi-ratc
1, 1, !!( ooiiiiii.ii,,!..,! hvCov Son,, Mi,. .1 von. or ,
: mail, represented Mil aggregate Wealth of
i thirty minimus of dolhirs.
i At that date n single company of Cincin
nati soldiers, eontained twenty-seven men,
who represented nine iitillitns of dollars.
Stieh ''white slaves" and 'trencher soldiers"
as these, have something at stake, and hence
they have lum in fiiriir.it.
Wc would like tu licut I'ioim ll.cso l.lc;!.-
ldooded Southerners now, niter all expi'l'i-I
' once of three years, in contcnd'ni;,' against
j tliese ' rill' rati' mereenaries." l,et the gen
i tlemen respond and lell a's whether they
; arc finding ' fo.'nian worthy of their steel."
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" Morris," the Special Correspondent 1
rih.l .. tl.nl, I ..Tl... 11.11.
u! ii fiiMii.iiu iriii,i.ii-iui inn-,
tfl... ..al'..t ... Ii..ar fPI. .. !il I ....
lit T Ul I IIIOII HI lllgt ( 1 III OlilllUl It I
01 liOt. JOIlllXtll, JUKI I 111 t) Hill I)
Assailant of the lidllor of (his l'a-
In the Ltiiirill' .J'liiritnl of the 2'M of
.ipin iiiere is a icticr oi an entii'
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' coliiinn, '
poiiiiciice, u 1 1 1 1 (laieii "wn tlie itoau. iliree
.Miles from Alliens. Tennessee." 'J'his wri-
Icr, over the signal are of "Morris," conceals I
lumsell Ironi jiublie gaze, and like a sneak
ing coward, as he is, stabs at all who hold
sciitiineiits opposed to his. We
al'C Hot I
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,UU,H w '"' ,h' 1,111 w" lllm (o "
'rebel sympathizer, if not an out and out
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"I woha.M.it jou.nso.v, at .t liens, in these
'Wc of Kust Tennessee juteiid to make a new!
f" ' " n. r, auuoiii:u we nave i u iiiMiiiiieu
'"""""'"S once ie iwiee. ,
Kvei-y word of this tmrairi'llldl is fiilsr.
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ground, and in all his speeches and eonver-
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sation, he advocated holding the Mate to-1
got her. i
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1 ho assail I or I his inn iL'iiant rchcl svm-i
1 .i.t'.O'l.i ... l.illllhlM.t t.w. . li, 41. . i ..in. ....... I
pallnzcr, Upon J'.asl loll I lessee relugees am
soldicrs for they W ere all refugees is us
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v.. ........ j ...... .., ....j .......... .........
e trivo hi in the lull hcnetit ot what he has ,
to say :
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111.,..!, in flu. nrtoi- in il.ii I.. rni.p tin. is
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iiiii,iici will! I lie, 1 1. Ill on, si eiihes union III lll in II.. I ll
iiii; more than what liltle thev have ..n lli.nr backs
If a ritual had been furnished each and everv one
oft Item before coming within our lines, their tale of
wiiecoiini not utile i.ee.i toiu more .neeiianieaiiy.
Now .mil then you tin. I hiiioiik those who tirrive
within our lines, men of Mime importance a well as
personal worth, sulferitig banishment front their
liomes on i.ccuiiut of their lovaltv to tlie Govern
'I'he balance is made up of that class of persons
whose hiibitiilioii and inline are unknown, but to a
(t.K wit, . ,.v ,,,, j eontaet with dui iug
-jcnriy iuu;rai ; in conn , penance are
(oneen prisoaerl has made iinythih!; else than his j
J".'" 1" ",,n,'tf '" """"'-''' '"' '"-ueiiy mu ,,i ,
llefore crossiiii the Ohio river I bad dii;e-ted the I
contents of a book published by him dcttiiliinr his ;
HIS Hit HIM
gunerings, nnir-lireailin escapes, the priviitioiis un-"
,i..M n,..,i,'s . n it,.. i
the Lrrat.hie ileMTinlioli of the lonelv mid tcrribie i
euve which bid him from tiie ira.e of everylhini;
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save the loyal neum ot hu.-n ennesse...
, jri.Ved on t Knoxville. I fancied I could I
i in a diatit mountain the identical 'hole'' ,
wile bis cauldron of toil and tioal.le was waxintf
' n-iifr 1 rei.hed Knoxville, the lesser be- !
came the c-.ve. the dog. and loy intere-t in the well-!
"'. uero mKm r Ke. enu near ny uie
""r.v u" "'": IMr-on. w hose allege j
I ctcl, of the reladbou ... .ast Te.in.s,,. )
drawn a crowd of ...i.moiis and wcll-paying mlini- (
,v" - ' "v '""" ", B"ll"""ll,,
'Ihe Write!' represents our Hook on the 1
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ble cave-' in which wo were concealed an
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and a "rebel do- which gave chase ' to us, ,
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iM M i-""i-h. There re ,
no such statements in the book, and we do j
.ii- .1 1 -tit 1
n,,t lH'la'V th,S "i'r,l',r vop poi-aseJ
- .1 1 1. ..1 . .
Xow. whether this man is in or out of the
'.ny w i.eiuor nu u.i.co. or a pt.w.ie
whether a IllllU of position or of humble
....etensinnsl.e is 11 I.IAH nml n RfObNl.llEI..
! uml with it be is a cowahd, or he would not
fight Union men from behind a masked
battery. V. G. Bnow.Nt.ow,
Editor of the Knoxiille Whig.
Fresh Air In the Churches.
Commonly in tho churches, after the
morning services are over, every door and
window is shut, and the careful sexton keeps
them shut till night. The consequence is
the air is dead nml putrid, and every body
is tlrowsy. it the weather is ooltf, and tires
are needed, some' of the tipper sash ought
to bo SO fixed us to Permit Ventilation to mi
on csnoeinllv if the house is Verv close.
, - ........i,,.- ,... Mtuul . 'onum.
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oe ra.se.i, uuu u co.npioic venuiaiion
accomplished. This is important to dovo-
lion nun m iieiiiin. ti rex.oiis in not ueeu
this obvious suggestion of common sense,
then tho official or private members of tho
church ought to remind them of it and en
force it. ... , . .
Our Southern churches need to bo venti
lated with loyal preacher, who don't drink
"u," 1 Tom tin. 0licr,..i. .laty l .ruiur
iiiiar eiiiinirv, liiive ii'i'i.'(i 111 l " lli'-in-iMv
and with i rjy unbounded, nr.' sW nticnllv rli-
tan.M III Mjiu-. j'.iiitf out tin. mi, ,1k tin. p.M.r, mij
nruiiiinu Hi.- pur-.-..f the rirli. Ti... , ,.rp,,iMi,.
I1111I1 furni.li tliein 11 tl In- in wl.i.'li tiny pm. lice
iniuiniil liiirLnritiin illi h miivi-j. Hinl iii'.ill.ivniv
inm luini li,,,,. in ll,, ir ,l,,. ,l" n.-l. Nii.i.Ut thu
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t. i in I I II i II- MUM I Ml M' II II" LI I HI I I U I
1 k i .-..iiv.ti.-I l.v lli.n, into h .HoilliirvroniH. I
viiiir.', pcri.'liii(lly .- .'in iiuj. out of t hioh exiidit
uie niiiuiir iti'iii inns ni uie iiirr. ii. v uinlcr tin' irr.
i-tablo M i'--uri' of extortion. Tln i,:it i iu.ll.Ts
pile tin1 .rllt up in city Tin. iinporl. il imk-
ri put tli.'ir hiiipliilci in tlu'ir trunks., or turn
tli. 'in into stocks. Huri'iiftcr, wlii-n the war is over,
w c must look out for ii tl -t i i i. ui nristivrucv of ex-
tortioncrs. rli'Vat.'il into brown ton,. tr..ui tuclosi
ot inimaniiv, urrii;ant nv ciri iinis lines, unu lies-
.itHv i.v i, i.v.
. " ,.,
j ne augusia (,na I i iH.nnmt,niitr. u
.1 111 V 1 '.II h, reads out the following lesson
upon ilniukm (jnisnits, and prone to lie. as
secession journals arc, wo endorse
charge of the Cuiittitittitut.iti.it :
AVbe.i the full I ! I v of Ibis w,r i wo. .,, 1,' !.
1.....1.I werbe. hlooilv listof blumlers. croiiine
mt ,.f ihe ,lrunkeunes ,,'f fonfeileratc oiiuvrs, will ;
eetbeliubt This will crove troe, e.peeiullv of ihe ;
late battles near Richmond, hieh, thoimh the.
were a series of brilliant ictorics lor Southern
r,s ,.n. in s. ..,, r, .!', I, ..!. f, I,, .I..I.1.
,iiivbase,l at mi unneei-arv cm of blood. The
victories were won. ma by the I mid .eli'-pos-s- ,
I intellects ol the ireiieraK so miieli as I.v tlie in-
(lomital.le pluck ol tlie soMiers. I Iwv Were won, .
e.'nsi-tjiiein ni i in- soii.t shin null i ii ii. junk
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men oi on iion aim iine;aiie coiiiimiiuiers. mil in
the nbseiiee of these ijiialil ies ill solne eases. We
bear the iiiime of more than mie prominent eenernl
otlieer ineiitioiie.l ill eoiiueetioii with the limine it-e
of liipior. in that eventful week. W'o ' forbear to
publish now what i- unite rile in Ihe conimnmtv on
tin- point, 1 1 1 1 1 o 1 1 that authoritative actum mav be
taken to l.rinif the facts to liuhl. I
V c simply reler to the sulueet w ithoiit calling
AVe nr uistrained to speak from the t,-ti- !
ncwoll .lhot even i o I ns on vn.'iie in- .
"."'"v "' V'11' ''' lr'"" ""' "rll,.V, Iroin .ind to res)
'"""' 1 111 1
Jo show how sacredlv attached to the
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deceased soldiers the re-hols nro. wo trivo
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Ironi the l.ichtnond i:.n immcr the lollowniir
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ol their hurvmir their dead :
T.i II .11,.. . .. , ..: p.
i nr. ii . hi i. . i r I r.i i.,sr.ii .'iM.i'ii.iis. , 11, man
lier in which the intel-mcnl of ileeeil-i.'d soldiers i-
can n-d on in this vicinity is a distrrncc, imt only Io
llnoe concerned, but those havilli' n, ilin.ri'i in o,..,
niiuters. e have il on the iiulliorily ill a p'.itl
IC lllll 11. l ll III 11 Li'lHll
r. who ban' vi-iie. 1 (tnk-1
num. Ulcer of the army
wood Ceiiieiery. that the cotlins ale ol'ien piled in
two and three deep, in one excavation, mi l thus
covered up, of c urse re.nlerillL' it out of ihe
',,,,.,,!, ,,r mlmivu , recoiii.e and I
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Iteil'iOlt I lie lien, icnin ll 11 1'", I'-iciici ,, ,,r,
ii i' .1 .i . i i . '
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..L,.,l t n.t (1. ,.v ii-."inii. li. ...... ,s nl' tin. ,
soldie s of the Confeder'aev ? Has she , t p., soil
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eiioimh to lurnish them each Willi separate, distinct
burial?'' The man in chnrire replied, "Is it any of
your busin.-s ? You tdtcml tn your own business
and I w ill itltend to mine. " Surely, the man who
dies in delci if his country is entitled to aa lion-
oi -d rnve beneath its soil. If the authorities will
not look Io the mutter the personal friends of the
deceased should. Wc iihilcMniul thai the burial of
deceased soldiers is in the liniul. of a parcel of Ger
man undertakers, in-lcad of bcinir vouchsafed to
the respectable undertakers of the city, who, from ll
regard for the cmisc, would discharge the duty nt
least with decency jind huinanily.
Three Cheers for Gen. Grainger.
Gr.s. lioiiKitr S. (haimikh. of Nashville,
IS striking the right sort ot licks, and doing i
: , . . ,,,,. i0 , dotio at ovorv M 11;.
tnrv nost in TeimesM.e. V., want iliosnine
l c. ..II - ....... o ll
tt. tici imi lot cc'i ..ere, on i .1." i e so, ii.ni
ujion a larger
n.i., u At- 1L ! Af.t.... i
wrrr f. or i ipn.i .iaiii,ti, ,
'ii.-hvillc, Telin., Aj.ril 5, lS'JI. j
., y 0(.(A(.
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Mil. J he Irerpiency with wlneli horse, and inu!"i I
are stolen in the vicinity of thi, 1'ost by n.araudinK
foldiers and vagmnt n.groes, calls for the most
stringent tneas ,re tor l ie si. .press.,, n ,.i tne crime,
Nild.ers are lured .....1 pal; to Hght, ...id hot to
trade in horse, and imilej. J he l enng ol a cuse
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nnu i f ,, evuience 01 111s imving come in
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"" ..ccoinpnee ,.,. Kuiu.
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t'lt"-''" Pr-hi.s.ng thi name ut a aol-
d.er will Ik; ..rrested and punished
No negro will be pcrnntted toell or oiler for aale
' l'' r m.ilew.tho.it uspecl.,1 ,,n,n,( Iron, thu
0 hi 1 nriHit of ownership: and an v citizen tmr-
eU,mK ;n,w. r Im,,e nny ;..,,, without
...t. .. :. .:n l .....1 ...
uh permit, will la- arr..-ted and punished,
The patrols will be instructed to arrest all sold
flind (lil,er I,,,,.!,,;,.!,, l(,ir r,H.s.i horse.
mulct not branded tciM OnneniHeut hrmul.
By command of Hum. (Its. K. N CiiuiNUKR.
Jons. V. IIohxkr,
Lt. Col. lstl. Mich., and l'rovost Marshal.
Malitrnlt) of Southern Treason.
There are some people who still ntl'eot to
believo that the rebels are ''willing, if they
have done wrong, to be forgiven." The
copperheads are always ussorting that ' the
fratricidal war' can bo stopped by nego
tiation with tho loaders. "We extract from
the Kitlitnond liitch, of' March l'.tth, the
followitnr difficulties in the way of reoon
struction on any basis that peace democrats
iniirlit propose :
No one. however, knows bettor than
Abraham Lincoln that any terms he might
offer the Southern people which contem
plate their restoration to his blood r and
brutal government would be rejected with
acorn uml execration. If, instead of devot
ing to death our President and military of-
ticera, he lino proisoseu io iiiiiko joii. jiavis
bis successor, Leo commander-in-chief of
the Yankee armies, and our domestic in
stitutions not onlv reeognir.ed at home, but
luiionn 'iini u.iiv mngiiiK-u ni - iiuiiiv, uui
a.b.ptod in the free States, provided the
Uth would oneo wore enter the Yankee
Union, there is not a man, woman or child
In the Con Werner who would not spit upon
the proposition; 'Wo desiro no companion
ship, upon any trros. with a nation of rob-
iiihI ol,,ti.. I,, tin- jwitli.T. K.. IJ of tl.o spirit of lix-mt ;niu. Th.. n.irro,.n nlv wine in eomprli- 'piaililcd with the details of the Works, and V' T i r"' T R 1 ,"1ol)l
..Mi.,...iiti..i. th.-v htr.v.. i.. ,.x..l in il,.-.livi., i.rt ,.f ti,.., itb tU whit.. , i tli,-' oiiltivi.tion ,.f tl. knew hesides. what huildiiiL' amo.iL' ihe 1 10 " vcry. George
I'lli.ullMK I II ."' .. -I. -1 lii.ll 111. ." i , ,. . - . in 1 1.,. I ...... in u hi ..,.,,..,,,, . ...n i , ..... II 4 , r.l I J. ITWO.
murderers.. Tln miscreants,
cities in (hit wur have caused
civilized world n shudder,
1 heliivf.irth their distance.
I not ,e our masters, and we
w ould Hot lUve tliem I'or our slaves.
For tin; Knoxville Whie;.
The Xegro Qiicsdoii.
r. Bro.,I.M- 1 liv 1 li. n.. c.
',;.., u, u.i,,, . I I 1 ,
! " ,, r'''u
! '""'-w " rKui,i,i in iv.ir of tin- coniiiniul i..ii
, "f th luli' ili.ili ,.f slnvery. Tlmt n.-cr.i lnl.nr ill
: T, :hT"" ,T,,i; t
"' "l ' ' N 1 ''" ,n""t miti imlli., mnl t Ikti-I. r tin-
tin ml liniVlc hull i'. fvt-r inml, Kv ...n.ti.l ; l
, . -. ,i
"'"."'' - "'
fiieiulf of liacry nv lie is mi inferior rare. Wh. re
hu the mro Is-n nil this timu ? lias be not been
workiiujin c petition wiih the m;ri. ulturHl white
innnvr since the exist.iiee .,f slavery? Kvery
reiWiiiiJ. iiinn mvs vc. siav.- labor ha lia.l the
l.mir enilof th lever it lias liu.l nil H.lvanta-e ' over
whit. bill,,-. Tl... !.. l. I .i i..i. ..' .'.. ..
, i,l,vi....l ......i..,, ... .. i ,i . ,
" " 1 ,yu 1 x; ' ' "r '"
ms. nahli-ilbi owner to oimi tl. I,,(t ,,
" "' !
,u nri-bbMrlio,,,!. AnJ thus f,,r bis
'cultivate all lb.' rich lund:
f the slave Slat.
"' lahorliiK wlnte iiinn. for the want f fir e.,mpe.
11 " r'""lv" " "i.v "t cultiv,,.: i
the poor.,n,l ...irleete,! land of the country. Hut ;
, U ' "r ""
'." "f " ''"'h is the ino-t ,1 l,l(. 1
l'"'"'r tl"' l"M,r "i""' '". wl" is the element ,
streintb mnl power in our nation, can cultivate !
.. . I I .. , . I
such laml. or demand sue!, waes as will ,l,ll,i, :
1,1 I.II.LlI IlL I'llliol.l .... ...I.I. I. . .1 1
" " l;l ve I lie ,,
,nnl' Ka-t Tennrs.ee the chnn.e, and he ;
will aoon rpnir tile desolated farms, mnl make them
una uceaiii. biniibiiiei. .V...,il i :
,,,..,11,1,,, i, .,... ; ,,: ,.., ,,, , . . I
ow u fault, am! thu w hile
man will W really blessed. Ju.tiee and humanity
iliinuinlilir nmaneipation ..f th tro. Then will
the weiijv soldier be peruiitted to return to ho'iie
and lov jl iimn. and enjoy peace oneu niori. under
Ins omiKiiio nail 1 ' tree. Let 1 li III I lull ri.tnU I ll i ill.
lnl Imuf I-
1I M-l del llh In lilltll'll llf Tmill..I.Ollnr.
tti:i and Knoxville UallroatI
Thrpioard of Trade in I'hilladelphia bus I
akeii step in the right, direction. In the i
hope t ut similar action will he had in other .
cities, iecopy these proceedings: I
Ilo.va or Trap.:.-A -tal.,! m.-eti,,.- ,.f ,!. .. ;
eeutiveCei il, rresiilent Morton in the chair, m,.
ii. c. in j..: in.iiiis ni in,, iioioo on .ttoi i a cvcinc.
The tlciileni iire.ci.eil .,1 .', i..."
i... i ... .i... - ..i' ... ,, i ,i-i
tion froii Mr. 1'. Sinclair. ..f Kiiirlan.!. in favor ,.'
the cnemiriMmeiil olilie iinniiL-iiition of skill, il ,
i.ianuia. Hiring uiiior lino me ciiTitry. 1 he ue-i- i
l . " . i
d''nt whh i-e piested to iiekiiow Icde its r , , ;pt, mnl
! ui-b:T-i.bM;:ii:: ;r,,cn,cd nni,,,,;,,,, i
IV, Ml I .1 Itasscll It no I lor, I K.o of l,,n Ill, n :
u-.,rL .M. ii, ii iii iii." th. i ..r.i. lit,.. ..r , 1... I I
s , i" . ,. iii,!.., ,
in i onuriits nsseiniueii in tna"i,w in the Hiituiiin oi
. . ,
nt.nn Mxitf il the evils n
, ..,;.. : ,l;v, i...
etice in ditf-ren. couatries reeulKiiliL' '
"vera,;,.,. be toness wa-s com- ,
posed ol mi.tlenien ot the luirhcst eluirae er, ,!. e- 1
' . . , . ' ' . ,
p,i,n-a ... , u,n,n ... . ..i.iiii. . . .-, c,..n .1. ..i mm.-, inn
underw riting ass-K iatioiH in H.M.ui, Philadelphia,
New Hremc, llamhu.. (a,,,., tilnsj-ow.
j.oiuioii, iiu n.aiiy oiner iniporiant places.
' .,. o illct WHS . eemeil ,v ie lour. Io ,e inn. ol
irreat ini4.rtnnce, and Was ivIcitcI lothe ( nininittcc
of the l .lit It, to coiiler w ith the Hoard of Marine
l iulcrw njer of this city, and icpcri t, the n.vt1
Valuable Ika'ki. were received from various sour
ces, for wlich mutable acknowledgment were tii
rected to 1" made. j
,1 . ....
-Mr. SoUlcr tidilressel Council upon the subject of
the uncpiil operation ,.i ihe late treasury limine;..-
nieui ,or fie s-, (ii c,iii ecu i ii. -iocs, in us ua VI II 11 ,
been con tkied to New York: conclinlihir with irt
ohnioii to're,iiiir the ( "iiiniillee of the .Mouth to,
make a allteincnt to the Secretary of the Treasury 1
i't'' "'re 'if a proie.-t aguin-t ,t like unfair di-'
criminiitun, in anv luture eoiiiinjrcncv, in tavor ol
i...iu.. .i.rv b " ,
M r. Iliii-e . I. Sti.it ll. with some el. anient remarks
n ..... fciitriotuii. me Constance ul tic lien.,,, i,
. , - -
.. .... t , . , . i
Kast 1 n.ia. ssee un. er the pressure ol want and Per-
iH'iiliott iklrlihiravi In 1 1 1 i-fillil Tt-iii lllfl.tll U i.i.li i
.n . . - . -
! f,.llow: !
. . . """o.,..,..-... ie..., ,.,. ...... ...w...,, .
Wnritlis. The immediate completion of the line
' "'ilroii '"'in Ciiicinnati to Km.xvillu U an un--
derttikuiL' rcnuired tor the deteiice am! rotciiti m of
our i.npoia.it position in Kast T.-i.iios , as well.,.
to tr,'i.gt. ii tl.o l.o.ids of our I'liion :
H'tvlv l. That tho Hoard of 1 rnd of Philad. 1-1
phia earnstly reooiiinieiul to the Congresiiuiia! del.w j
Ration ot bur city to a'lv.Ki.te tins iiu nsiire, nml that
copiat ot liit resoliiUoa ce torwuru.-u to our niciii
bent in ( Ingres.. -
TheC'.'lin i! then adjourned.
A Brutal Murder by Rebels The Pen
Wo hrtvo to record another of those fiend
ish acta that have rendered the character of
the boaste)l chivalry hateful in the eyes of
the eiviliid world, from the very beginning
of this wnr. Surely their catalogue of vil
lanies is nVur ly fulf. and it does seem as
though thj-ir last act must shame the devil
into a duK itiou of their caipe. On Satur
day last tkreo soldiers strayed some half a
mile f'ronio..r i.icket line without arms, to
I the plantation of u loyal (!) citizen, and
while in tin old out building were attacked
by a citiaen with a shot gun and forced to
stirrcudeif, w hen they were tied ull three to
gether and marched off o another planta
tion, where several men assembled and de
cided to shoot them on the spot. On being
it this was to be their doom, j ,,(.tllll rn,, jn which il is distinctly pro-! this cnmi.iunity. we respectfully and enr
n attempt to run away, when Vided, ait 1 sec. 1 l",(,,l.V re"est you to dispense with him
ret upon and one of them in- -11, better to sJcure and perpetuate n,u-, iinmediatc ly, or we will reluctantly Jfoel it
d. The other two made their ! t.,al friendship and intercourse an.omr (he J1'".' ,u ,a,i0 tronblo uff t your
they madu an
they wer flr
stunt ly killed
cscupo. , Tha name of the murdered man I
wa McKey, of t'o. 1, 2lth Iowa, lie had ,
i l,e liodv. A Minimi i
of cavalry went out tor the bo.ly. and li.utid
that shmrtinif the man did not" satisfy the!
hellish hatred ol'tlie wretches, but thev bad
mutilated tho corpse in the most brutal
By order of Brigadier General Han-nni,
j .. . r : ..!, ..... ..........
a cunmay oi cavuirj i irv.icu toe pom: ..
... ...1 .... u.l. i.... .: ... ...... JV ....... ..Ill
murder with instructions to confiscate all
personal . property, nud burn everything
comotistildo on tho plantation, ibey re.
i . . . . . , ...
""e5 Md lportl tl.r order csnet.ted to
vc,7 letter.- afchitoclut (U) t mon.
Tn wmea of Utah have recently altered
the orthography of their creed. They now
spell it Mnre-msn.
(it'll. It. V., U'V Ulld Jtlllll HroWII. and every one of the said Articles of Con
The following extract li i a Harper's h'dc ration and lVrpctiiul Union, and nil and
Terry letter to the I'l.tsburg C,rW, is he- r.'.V." I""" "i" ""TT '!!"' "''"P 'V1"0"
. h , imiied, and we do liirther solemnly i.liL'ht
lie c to he ,n the main correct : .,, ,lip,J,l, ,,, (). (m. .J,
II as not known to me until yesterday, ' slitueiitN, that they shall abide hy tin) do
ami may iossi,y he' unliiiowii lo'yoii, that termination of the. United States in Con
Colonel liohert K, hoc, United States army, gross assemhled, in all questions which by
now lien. J.ee, Confederate forces, was one the said Confederation iiro submitted to
nl' tin. i.l.i...' ........... 1.. ,1 1 ... .1... l 1 .1... .c , .. .1 . . 1 mi
' ..... 1 ' . i '
....... '"'" ,0.0,111. 111c .iiiiciviu acts 01
1 with such exciting interest liir the past three
vein's II is iu.-... li,.,.w tl... r..i I,..,,,.,
I;1" 1,1 r ,,hr " 'rr rli : !
lirown had not only worked at the arsenal
nl 1 1 Mt'ttitf'u lYi'i' l.nt im tut! ..I !
I" ' " ' ' ' I I , "Ml 111 IMIIMIIIIl'l III
' strongest lor delelitv.
: " ' '.. " h
' his was the engine house, and tiller ma-
! i"-' a liltle raid to Ilalllown, and capturing
1 1 "' Washington, among other slave
i "NVII,,'S "'' Shenandoah valley, he moved
.'' I' "Sl'".IINl-',l himself with
'"" i'nty loiiowers in uns engine House.
f lu. tilio'in I liriiinrliiiot 1 1 ,i ....i.e'u !' .-
night wat terrible, and during the whole of
tlie livedong day lirown held his position,
and having made port holes through the
l.,-;. l.- umIIs kli.,1 .ov.o.iii i... i. .i
-.... in..-, ci.vi i-iiviiti V ll.l.v tin lll' 11 it I
the temeritv to show themselves nhoiit the :
ImiMing. The lookers-on wee Icrrorstrick
en. and the two thousand Vir-inia militia
. . . . . - !
""'"' WlUl llU'"' fl'l!H . Colonels. Illld gell-
ends, who had assembled , the vicinity of
.lohu Jirown's stronghold, not knowing the
force that he rcallv hud. were conn, I. .tele
nonplussed. ;,lcl wailed anxiously lor Ihe
.,.1 .... I I ....... . 1 W...1 '. .1 I
h "ll non-ill. I,, .ops iioiu H usilllim,,,,. ,,
had been sent tor.
'!.v ;l o'clock the lollow iug morning sixty
llllirilll's. tllli cr t he llinilc. lute coiiiiiimiii nt
l.ictlt. (liven, bill direct I V bv ( 'ol. liohert K
l.ee. reached tJir terry by ears from the
capital, t'ol. Lee ordered his detail to stand
iinilcr arms in the piiblicstreet until sunrise,
when he conducted the in. mi. he himself
leading tliem. to the front of the I. nil. ling
lortilicd and occupied by lirown. 'Ihe
lookers on viewed this soldierly movement
with astonishment am! awe, exiicctinir to
see Col. I.e.' shot down as others had been.
l!ut m I a slml was fired. J.ietif. (ireoii was i
ordered to demand asurreiider. lie knocked
"J "' tlu' '""Hi'n' house. .Ii.hn
. ."" , ! ', J ' !;,;hi.ll,i1'10 '. 1:"',u- i
thoritv of Col. l.ee, demands im immediate '
surrender " -I reins., ii " .,.i.l ,..
v i .. iii,.,,.- , ;, ,.n,...i ... '
,i i -i . m i i , . ,
1,1 Maryland, unmolested, alter
which you can take u-j.risoiiors if you can." I
. II,; rclilscil to iillow, lliw nml niv.l.ieo.l
liieill. t.lcoil to renew lis ( claaiiil lor mi
, ninicdiale and illicoiiditiomd Mil render.
r. tU '" v: -r
., ..i.i.iiii...."iia'i i;.ii ill-ill. niious sieiie
in millers t'e, im I lie work's lioisnn Iml loeiinr ,
tu tint Hour ol tlie OIIL'IIIO liollso.
' Would liol Meld J on of VOU.
.. ,..... ,-., I I
' lp , , ,1, 1 , .
now It tlie (lour. I IVO on each Blue,
. . . . , , . .. . '
i ne swiiiivis hi. ite me iiioocr iii;uiiisi;
,,(, ,lr, n,id at ll.o third stroke it vichlod
, . . (. , , . ... ...,.:..
!:,,., ;,. , t i n,. .... i ,
.1 1" "
through tho heart and then was ovonmw- !
ered and surrcndereil. Col. Washington,
with the other citizens, was released, imd
.lohn lirown handed over to the civil un
til .rlii's, alter which Col, I.eo took tho
train to Washington again. '
And such is the historical episode whicl
j listened to hist niirht from a citizen v ho '
... I : . e .. . .
flit I'lllOII I'Cl'Pl'lllill.
. . . ,
meet cum mm jiii-sini; in biicii i.iihi
i .i i,. i,ii. t ... Am....;...,,, .. ....
..I.. il. .f.... I ...... . 1 ....I.i ...
. . i .
, i t M. , .i n, m. c .o hiilih un i iu n ,.i
III, viiini mill , I I ill. 1 1 or si im mil w"llll",II I I .1 I ...
.... ','.. . f . ! 1 li.'lil snouei. t he sntne woci s I si k litem
lit. J icse have been discussed and nro- i
, . . , -
r : . ' " !
are now emiagod in reducing thorn to prac-
ij,.(, hy the severe work of relaying the
eonier'-.-toiie of popular institutions. The
,. . . ... ' ' ... .. . .
laudamontal nlea ol the constitution is
Volvod 111 the contest. Unit llistruniollt
either established n permanent government,
jt avo i,i,.th to a fiction which the first '
murmur ot disaffection could dissipate. I fil"it?a ' thr (ttnerat Asm-mMy ot the Jr:s
The prominent idea of all government is ljtcrinn Vlmx-h of the United States of Amcr
firmness ami strength. A form of govern- i
meiit might be devised which might expire " "
by its own limitation, but it would be deii- J The Way or Illinois Copperheads.
cietit in the essential elements ,t iiatiomihty . . , . . , . . ... .
or vitality. A government based upon the 1
idea lhat'il couid bo broken up at the pleas- Indiana, one of the Direct Tax Commis
ti re of a minority, could not by any poesi-1 sinners for South Carolina, recently brought
bilil v exUt. ! un from Port Itoval a neirro sorvni.t. ruin of
The American -Tnion wns established
ii O . .... .... I'll 1 ,i It. I In ll. 11. 'O 1 1 iui.llvun.il i ti.l tt- ii w '
j inspired by the loftiest patriotism, the pro-
V.. I' ...I (111 . I....... IS
loiindcst political wisdom, und the noidest
priuci.lcs of human action. The future
was as carefully weighed as well as the then
present, and the constitution was adopted
titr the purpose of establishing a '-perpetual
riii.m. ' The solecism of "secession. " and
i sequent disiiiteicrati-.n uml decay had no
place in the scheme of its founders.
The original articles of confederation,
,i...,...,l liet'niie...... tnU- I?? ..-
titled ''Article T.f Confcieration 'and l'er-
people of the different States in this u
that the people of the States sboub
ll.., I.I.....I.. ..r H... sioi... I......
,i... : ..e i.:.. :.. ..n ,i.
TI.e ..,..;.,it t.neno-rb ..nl... Instrument
I. ,...... ..I....u .1.1- ...,i,,.,l I'im.u," Ii.
tn,i emphatic light. It is in these !
..nj wberei's, it bath pleased the gnat i
, .... .1. .. .it .1
itovernor ot the worlil to incline vne Hearts i
.... . . ... i.. .
ot tlie legislatures we respectively reprc-.
sent in Congress, to approve of, and to an- j
th.orir.ft us to ratify the Article, of Oonfed-:
oration and rertnal Union, know ve, that I
we, the undersigned Uelcgates, by virtac of I
the powxr ami authority to us given for thut j
purpoe. do by these pre. nt, in the name ers, to G4 in 18:5". Of these lti tradolrora
and in In-half of our rcpective constituents, Atlantic porU, and 17-' in tho 3lediterran
fullv and entir.-lv ratifv and e-infirm csch : esn.
ioki nun me anieies inereoiKtiail UO
iiiMomoiy ODsel'VeU HV tHO Mates WO re-
spe. t ivel v represent, imd that the Union
Khali he perpetual."
Original Anll-Slaury Agitators.
There is not a man living who wishes
' .1 It
' ii 1
1 he scheme, my dear marquis, which vou
propose as a precedent to encourage the
emancipation of the hlack people in thin
country from the state of bondage in which
, they are hold is a striking evidence of the
, henevolctice ol your heart. W.tuhinyton to
J.ilJ'iiirtt,; 1 ?S:j.
It is the most earnest wish of America to
see an entire stop firovcrput to the wicked,
cruel, ami unnatural trade in slaves. MM
inj at J;tir?,i., Ya.,Juli) IS, 1771, presided
ca r hy 'it.iiiiit,,n.
I treniblo fbr niy country when I reflect
that tiod !.s just. Jlis iiisiico cannot slecn
i' I .: . . y V ... . . . '
, l'" C er. ..Vf. VWl .lof,' 01 .VlUT' tl ,r-
. The King of Great Britain lias waired
.,. I..-..,....;..;.... I ' :'. .1.
;itii,ir its most sacred rilihts of life anil lib-
'. . 1 ..
,,, ,U.,.M,S , .. st.,, ,,,,,,,,
nex'er nllcndcl him ; captivating thorn and
currying them jnto slavery ill another bom-
isphei c, or to incur miserable death in their
transportation hither. ,,;!',;.,', Original
j)rnt ,;' tl,c Divhirtitum of linlnnnJcncc.
Alter the year lS(M) of the (.'hristian era
there shall be licit her slavery nor iuvolunta.
ry servitude in any of the said states, (all
of the territories then belonging to tho
I'niied .Slates.) Jrffrrxtih Ordinance of
1"."7. initiiiiiiunixlii iiiiiirurat hit Conuraia. anil.
""J'"'1' "f "'"""
We have seen tho mer distinction of color
made, in the most enlightened period
time, a ground of the most, oppressive
''""'" ';voroxorc,sc,i t.y man over man
... . ., .
"l hao found that this evil has preyed
upon the very vitalH ot the I nion, and has
oee. . pi ciiiiieiin io nil Hie iStaics 111 Wlllt'll
it has existed. Jamm Miinn:.
The tarifl" Was onlv t.i
tliiinii an, I a Moulin rn I oiiiedcracv the real
jeet. Tho next pretext will bo'tho negro
v':.r.av,,r v-' m.,,,
S!, f hi,,m. ....I, l...M .1... 1 it. l i
. - ' j iiii.i in, in, 1 1 i ii vi i ne oe.iu
of that mail from the North who cises hoen
.,.,.'.,. in iiiici , ot- tie.ii i iioj ine iioau
ilolj.h ot Jio.uiok,:
The JMM.ple of Carolina form two chlKSOi,
,i i , .. ,., '
t he rich and t he poor. i lie poor are very
.1 ' l i t , it.
!'."".'' ; ""i lu,VC bl"Vl'H 10 do
M'.r work, give tliel.ll.o employment. Tho.
Utile money thev get IS 1 1 1 1 I out III brand V,
:.. 1 1. I . . ..
in ii 1 1 1 i ii ii n. N il ot i ni'Mfcr to i.ot'u ll i ill., n ,s,if
know nothing of the comparative blesaitio-s)
' I "I'- ' ' ) "' " v.i..
of our country, or of the dangers which
threaten il ; therefore they care nothing
about it. (ii-n. Francis Marion to Baron iJe
So long as God allows the vital current
lo ""w through my veins, I will never,
never, never, by word or thotieht, hy mind
I or will, aid in admitting one rood of free
1 territory to the everlasting curse of human
bondage. Jriiry Cloy.
. iiM,i;, ... ,t, .t, -),, -.,.. , ,
Alluding to the time the nbore sentiment
WHS Uttered. 1 holtlllS JI. Jlellton Says
l its u orouu u.'.v . icon
, , i . ...
I could have wished that
. . . ' .
now, telling you t.hoy wore his. and adopt-
iil' them as mv own
AVe consider the voluntary enslaving of
one part of the human race " I.v another as
.... '., ;(1 ,. .. .. ,
Utterly inconsis e.,1 W , the law of (.0.1,
which enjoins that 'Mill things whatsoever
ye woubl that men should do to you, do vo
even so to them.'' Hrsohititms unanimou.ily
"""K1- J'i""1' "' "." -Hn.in county,
tho frocdinon of tho Sea Islands. This ae-
. . , . . . . . . - . .
l,"n Mn w ' ,nciu'n Tno lro 01 ,us
copporneau lieignoors, w no sent mm ino
, following communication, which breathes
i tjie spirit of tho mob in Xow York last
I Maiiion ( nt M V. I M... April 5, 04.
lh"'"' "'M' 's"! : " e-th" und(,.r-
"iK"d, being apprised that you havo in
i '"'l''".v -r stayitig at your bouse) a
' "iieiro contraband, and believing it to be
i it":""'!""11'10. wi,h ,,,p smdal interests of
. . . . ... .
! ' win give you iiinn ,-saturnay evcmi.K
, next, at (i o clock, to remove the neirro from
""'lsl' UI,J " m,t Ui;nJwl to b' t.1)at
I lime, we will take the matter in our own
AVe are, Sir. very respect fully, '
Your obedient servants.
V. W. Thomas,
.1. J. r.KNSOK,
J. 0. YANcr.r. j
FiMiic baa now H:w commercial steam-