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For Freedom and nationality!
. C. Ft MIX' KM. Kill for.
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SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 18G2.
I'rvriFRialion Aufinl I r-bt"tcr.
We give below Lighlj important
VrocUmation from (Governor Joii.ihom.
In our judgment it meets Ihc case ex
act. It h well-timed and wcll-aimc d
Mow, unci will place a wholesome re
paint on IUoho frrcbootorB and inarau
iltrB who aro now carrying on the chief
work of th rebellion :
Exkcutivk Okkhk, (
Mtthville, T.-nn, May '.), JH62.,
V'i!KEAs, Certain persons, unfriendly
and fcastilo to ih lovemmcnt of the
United HfaU'H, have handed themselves
together, and are n'.'y Koinjj at large
through Jiuny of the counties in this
Btati, urrcBticp, maltreating and plun
dcrlnjr Union ciliirnn wherever found;
,-Now, therefore, 1,' Andrew JonifHo.v,
Gorernor of the Htato ot TenneHnee, by
virtue of tho power and authority in nie
tested, do hereby proclaim that in cverj
intfanco ia which a Union man is ar
rested and maltreated by tho marauding
bands aforesaid, five or more rebels from
iha mowt prominent in the immediate
neighborhood nhall be arrested, impris
oned, and otherwiwc dealt with as the
nature of the saso may require j And
further, in all c.-ises in which tho property
of eitixrns loyal to the Government of
the Uaited States is taken or destroyed,
fall and ample remuneration Khali bo
made to them out of the property of nuch
rtbela in the vicinity as have sympathiz
ed with, and given aid, comfort, infor
mation or encouragement to the parties
oommitling each depredations.
' This crder will be executed in letter
and fplrit. All citizens aro hereby
warned under heavy penalties from en
tertaiaing, receiving or encouraging such
persons eo banded together or in any wise
By tho Governor:
Jf.DWSTJ II. EAHT, '
Kecrttary of State.
Upon enquiry we have ascertained
that down to tho 1st of this month per
mits were granted for tho shipment from
Nashville, of 2,91 8 bale, of cotton. Tho
requirement of permits for the ehipment
of goods from this to the loyal States
having been abrogated, it is not easy to
flcn tain the precice mimWrr of bales of
rolton that have been shipped ttince the j
30th ult. Upon enquiry wo have ascer
tained that fiincc that date then have
been chipped C31 bales. To this amount
may ho added from &0 to 100 bales ship
ped by outsiders, who are unknown to
as. The whole amount shipped eince
tho llthof March, when trade was open
' ecLmay bo set down a not lci, and
probaby eoicutliing over, 5t,(it)0 bales.
The price it i.hk commands readily is
20 cents in gold or U. 9. Treasury notes
-nt tims lots monoid at 21 cents, and
at others at l'J ccutA. Tho entire amount
whichTtjmay be yjiccted v ill bo shipped
from this plict! during tho R aiton h es
tiniiit'd at fcbout 18,000 bates, l'roui
two to three Ihonmind bals have been
burnt by the Confederate troops chief
ly in Giles county. The cotton already
old at this point ban brought into the
country J3C0,0(K). of p;oody.5ir.-eisyy,fci!h-er
in npee.ie or U. S. Treasury notes. If
no obr)U;le shall bo placed in the way of
trade by the further operations of rebel
1M and irrt;j)(nsible vajaboiids, Die
cotton already M!rpcd and to be nbipped
at this point will bring $1,SU).000. That
burned by the rebels is estimated at riOO,
000, the avernqe value of the bales beiug
$100 each. Would it not bo well fr
our State Authorities to a'lli a penally
of peculiar severity to the clime of de
alloying cott n, tobacco and other MtapWs
ia cur .State at pn lent V The rebel. aie
doing all they can to ruin the planttrs
and render their condition desperate,
and it seems to us that they bhould be
visited with puniAnwt at tait'y ax their
guiH ia atrocious.
We it t;ld to at ale that ihii gallant
ofliccr wLo waa wounded at Ibaiion, is
doing well aad is in fair way of recov
ery. Tho fcerk'. liwJi no inore gallant
icT. lie iaouatf Ktutny aod tb
to Tin; nvvxu
"Tncia t (i in lijf On! Tjiriot nut.
WBil li akw at the E'"l 'lm "n to furlim."
Fit spoke the great poet, who wrote for
all time. I-et the young men of this
city who are just entering upon the great
voyage of life ponder deeply on these
words of lit? dramatic philosopher.
Thefo is iiow a tide in Tennessee sweep
ing grandly on, and its resistless Hood
is swelling far and wide, increased by
numberless ascensions from every valley
and mountain in tho Commonwealth.
Fit is the tido of awakened democracy,
rising in all the power and sublimity
of the ocean in a storm, to sweep down
tho puny dams erected by a corrupt
aristocracy to check its current. As it
moves along every billow shouts victory !
victory! ! in voices numberless as the
clamors of the sea. The people are
aroused to a eenso of common danger,
ami they pour forth to save the institu
tions of their country. Tweutv-five
millions of intelligent freemen have
sworn that the "Federal Union must
bo preserved.'' And they are the wisest,
tho strongest, the richest, tho most fiery
and resolute people of the globe. To
think of resisting such a popular move
ment is an idle dream as foolish as it is
wicked. It is foolish because it has
not the shadow of a hope for success,
and it is wicked, because when a nation
rises to savo its life, its constitution and
its laws, then indeed "the voice of, tho
people is the voice of God," and it is
blasphemy to gainsay its sublime And
holy utterances. Young men of Nash
ville I the grand crisis of your lives has
" Tiitc in 111 af'aira of men
Which takan at the fluixl l.-ailn on to foi luu',''
and neglected leaves your bark stranded
in shallows and miseries, is at your feet.
What will you do ? How do you mean
to act? Will you prove yourselves he
roic spirits equal to the grandest conflict
of all time, or poor, effeminate, listless,
irresoluto triliers, halting and lingering
in doubt potr creatures of prejudice
and fear un4il the tide has left your
vessels stranded forever ? Take your
choice now and forever. On the side of
the Rebellion you have defeat, penury,
distress and eternal infamy ; on the side
of the Union you havo victory, prosper
ity, private happineaa nl ptdlio lion or.
It is the choieo between nationality and
anarchy, honor and shame, strength and
imbecility, progress and decay, happi
ness and misery, Heaven and Hell.
Will you follow Washington, Webster,
Hamilton, Jefferson, Jackson and Clay,
in the. proud old Hag-ship of the
Union, or J ef. Davis, Floth, JJkaork
oabp, and Isham G. Hahui?, in the ill
omened and piratical vesm l of treason.
"Hi it (H rfl ' I-mu ba! W ,'
lUi'.t i' (: t:!i(M''ii(l i WitU -ur..;s
Will you choose to be a citizen of a
Union whose astonishing growth, uiiter
pri.e and power have tilled the world
with admiration, or will you ally your
selves with a Iitils clique of bal'ied ofiice
hunters, who are seeking to place the
Southern States under a Trench or 12ng
libh protectorate, for the purpose of con
verting them iuto cotton patches for Ku
ropean manufacturers V Many of you
are fresh from your classical and histor
ical studies. Keiuembcr how brightly
all history glows witlkhn names of those
patriots who gave up their Ines to pre
serve the integrity of their respective
iutins. lit member how unity fave
strength to the nations of antiquity, and
made them illuli ioiis. and how disunion
brought iuto their boniua anarchy and
every form of woe. itemember the names
of th.'ise ancient traitors who plotted the
ruin of their country, aud reflect that at
thousands of years have not effaced lac
memory of their treason; so coming
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that han.u like a cloud of Hell oer ihch
Many ot you have travelled in distant,
landi ; aad when tailing on the boom of
the Mediteirauean or the Adriatic, what
eithin did you hiiil as the ' symbol of
streuclh unl glory Wu it the Hag of
Tennessee, or the liag of th M.irs and
Stripes? IHdjou bouit of beinir Ten
neseaiiH or Aiueiicans on the streets of
Paris, London, and Venice? Hen you
met an American cilien in lr a ay r
crowds, did you stop to ask if he was a
Kenluekian, or a IVnniylvaniaii, or a
Tenuesseaii; cr vtns it enough for you
to know that he was a cilien of lhat
graad Uepublie whor boundaries are the
Atlantic and IVific oet-ans V If wronged
or insulted, on wliom did yoa eall for
redress on the authorities of Tennessee
or of the United Stales? Would not
your cheeks have bumed wjvh paltiotio
aagerbad yo j nen some uinin f l'u-
ropean aristocracy pointing the finger of
scorn at American democracy, and heard
him triumph at the prospect of its dis
ruption and downfall? Have you pa
triotism? Have you self-respect? Have
you pride ? Have you honorable ambi
tion ? All these appeal to you to rush
forward to defend the life of the Union;
He who is held back by the influence of
father, mother, sister, brother, wife or
lover, from doing his duty at a patriot,
is an imbecile unworthy of tho name of
man. The golden hour is at hand. The
masterspirits of Tennessee call you to
the rescue of the Union. Andrbw Jonn-
Jon, Cami'DELL, Tettok, Stoker and
P.I 114 1. . I 1
toiner gauani seamen wuu nave long
manned the Ship of State, shout from the
mast-head to launch your vessels ujon
the tido whieh even now trembles on the
verge of its departure. The bell strikes !
the signal gun is tired 1 Young men
of Nashville, hasten to the Ship of the
f oreigners In llir ICrbel Army.
There is no doubt lhat there are thou
sands of foreigners, especially Irish and
Germans, in the rebel armyJ In General
Uuckncr's forces which passed through
Southern Kentucky, wo saw ourselves, in
the Mississippi regiments large numbers
of unnaturalized foreigners who had
been forced into the rebel ranks from
steamboats, levees and railroads. From
the Mobile Ken:, of March 31st, we learn
that no less thau 12,000 foreign soldiers
were in the rebel ranks in New Orleans,
It classifies them as follows: First Brig
ade, 3,000 men, of whom 2,000 are Cre
oles and 1,000 Frenchmen, Spanish, Ital
ians, Germans, etc. Second (European)
Brigade, 4,500, f whom 2,!(X) are Frenoh,
800 Spaniards, MX) Italians, 400 Ger
mans, Dutch and Scandinavians, and MX)
Swiss, Belgians, English, Sclavonians,
cKrc. Third (French) Brigade, 1,500 men,
all unnaturalized Frenchmen.
Here we have a small army of men
who had to enter the rebel army, or be
shot down like brutes. The Philadel
phia I'ras furnishes additional testimony
in regard to the rebel army at Yorktown.1
It says: " Several deserters from the reb
els, who havo lately entered our lines at
Yorklown, report the Irishmen in the
enemy's ranks as being regarded as un
reliable, and as showing but little dispo
sition to light. The Irishmen in their
ranks, and some entire Irish regiments,
havo broken out in revolt and refuse to
fight against troops bearing tho green
Irish banner. One of the deserters sayc
they caught a glimpse of tho flag of our
Irish Brigade, and since that time have
expressed a determination never to Ore a
shot where that banner can be seen."
The Louisville Journal states in this
connection, ns an interesting and very
significant fact that on Thursday last
four hundred Germans, from onoot l!-an-regard's
Louisiana regiments, who had
beensentout of 'the rebel camp on out
post duty, came into our lines in a body
and gave themselves up as deserters from
the enemy. In this conflict the great
German heart everywhere, North and
South, is riglit. In the North it is as pa
triotic as the heart of the native popula
tion, and in the South it is incomparably
more so. These four hundred Germans
had a i iht to desert, and it wus their
duty. They owed alh iance to the United
States, and they were bound to perform
its high and solemn obligations. They
never took voluntary service in the rebel
army, but were forced into it by :i wick
ed and oppressive military tyranny, Mid
now it is their privilege to bear arms
ugainst that tyranny, and aid in iH ever
In Nashville hundreds of loyal Irish
men were bullied and eonel iuto tho
rebel service, who would have hailed with
rapture an opportunity of fighting uu
tier the National Hag of their adopted
country. What a burning reproach is il
to native bom Americans who have la
belled Raiiist their own country, that
foreign born citieus should bt more
faithful to her ilag than themselves.
The rebels hung a loyal man in lii Ji
inond the other day on -uspicion of his
being a spy. The t'nited Stales '-;ovcrn-nnyit
lu-t winter arrested one mithsoo,
a Washington City banker, on tho m M
indubitable evidenee that he a was a
Confederate spy and comnuuiieated
tMasonahlc matter daily U -leff. 1 Uvi.
Smith-son was consigned to Fort l.afay -ette,
but mm eo the rebel ,oernnieut bat
set the example of hanging su a offenders,
Mr. Smithson's fiiends in the South will
not be surprised, perhaps, to leant that he
is made to suffer the same doom. The J
8objeclhiis recently reeeivi d the tt,a- i
tiou of our goTrrnmuW, but its decision
is not aunx'intcd.
I CI! Lit; .tlKI.TIMi.
- The undersigned respectfully request
their fcllow-cltisecns of the State of Ten
nessee, who are in favor of the restora
tion of the former relations of this State
to the. Federal Union, to be present at a
public meeting to be held at the Capitol,
in the city of Nashville,'on Monday, the
12th 'day of May, 1BC2:
Wm B Campbell, Wil
I-J W Dolhoar,
j a navis,
a a j st u.
V.'m T Berry,
W A McClelland,
Joseph li Knowlf,
K II McEw.-n, Sr,
Joseph A 11 jit,
R D Con I ey,
Juines R Mood, llnui-
Wm It L"Ai,
Bailii Teytoi), baci-
oi r cnuuiy,
Jor-Jsn JStohes,' Wil
Allen A Hall,
Wm It Ktokw. Da
Fdmoed C'op;r Bid
John S Brlen,
L TihiiKo, Bedford,
J C Martin, "
J HSl- eli.',
17 K i'-'i.co.' k, '
S T MoiUy, Wilson,
J G 1'rar.ur,
Buir' ll Beud-.-r.
J T Babi r,
Tbl'S Jo iJi(jl;,
C A Fuller.
1! H Lowen,
M J FmrinKtoo.Kh':!-
11 II Hatri'ou,
K J Mouix,
M II Howard.
K N liHS'eit,
M M Monoban,
M G L Cl iibof n-;,
11 G Scovel,
(J W Sweeney,
J B Roniaii,
J 11 Fri,i,
W B Vnce,
J is Joh'ifoti,
F W Welle r,
Jo'ju H Atkiu ii!,
II L Korvolt.
T J Lewi,
R M lid-.vards, Lrtd
J U Brown, Br.-oll-y,
Win Hunt, "
M M Brien,
A VSLiihl-I y,
John Huh StniiL
J Flowi r.
A B Shaukhri.l,
W T VVi)o.j,
Wro S Cl;e t-I.in,
Wlllbra I J.dc ,
Win iSpeuett, U'jib -r-
Joetpti J Rfjbb.
Jw R Cn.i.irl,
John M Heibury,
T J Seubury,
T J YttrbrouKh,
1. T tJuno,
B,n S Weller,
A C PoindextH:,
Vi C Francis,
J II Thom-if.
R H llailey,
W II llailey.
J G Fisher,
A J Cole.
,7 W Blair.
W R Lucari,
Louis J MarrhKl,
John II liagland.
C J) Brien,
Capt U Weitmu'.l. r,
A M I'eriQe.
Bees W I'ortT,
J W Nicbolls,
J S Nicholls.
U Mo 1 Smith,
John Q Dodd, .
JittU'.'S A Steele,
A C Tueker,
L B Huff,
Aliierl Auit -ixoii,
W H Williin.t .a,
I) U Diokcy.
B V Binkley.
D U Dorrls,
; T Coil,
l'ur Ibirr ,
N innr.).K, My 2d
Ketttl ItarbariTy la TVew Orleanc,
The boast of tho Southern rebels that
they were tho "high-bred chivalry," the
" refined and elite First Families," has
died into a faint whisper, aud will soon
sink into silence. Every tUy dcvelopes
instances of brutality and cowardly
ferocity among the Confederates that
rival the most savage deeds of tho Ame
rican hborigincs. A most remarkable
instance was furnished at the recent
surrender of New Orleans. Commodore
FAniuiivr in his note to Mayor Mokkoe,
of that city, says :
"I particularly demand that no jut
son shall be molested, ia person or jiro
letty, for professing sentiments of loy
alty to their Government. I ahall
speedily and severely punish any per
son or persons who shall commit such
outrages as were uulnfwl yesterday, hj
anne l mil firing vpo ftetyfess w-men an I
ihildren for giving esprnii'in to Wr pffi
nire at Hiinesiiiitj t'n oil J!itgV
And now what reply did tho rebel
Mayor make to this? Did he escute
it, or deny it, or offer to palliate it?
No. He actually trios to justify it. He
re pi iot :
"I beg you to understand that the
people of New Orleans, whilo unable to
resiit your force, Jo mi alhni thwnstlves t
rrihhi e l ihemt b;n tMuUJi iind cimUmplilU
lif their dtiitardly iVirtidi of our came in
Vie mighty strwjije in which tee are engaged,
or such as might remind them too pow
erfully that they are the conquered, and
you the conquerors.
That Mayor decrees to be eowhided
through every f-treet in New Oilcans by
the women it h'mt be sought to butcher
in eold blood, because they insulted his
Highness by cheering tho Stars and
Stripes. Havnai', tho Austrian woinin
whipper, !,it f mad a ril in Mayor
We 8'ilhr tivLt the iwei of civil war
in our persons, our posbesioaa, in pub
lic and piivate life, and in every de
partment of society, But v&it as isthis
"Illiad of Wars," how ulteily insignifi
cant is it ia comparison with the remem
bered sorrows which awit our posterity
unless this horrible rebellion be tpeedily
Wot-gtt to a chjuc.
Tori and Traitor.
The toriea of the devolution fought on
the side of British aristocracy against
the armies of Washington, who battled
for the establishment of popnlar govern
ment. They preferred to bo the midions
of George III. rather than the friends of
liberty, and Georgo Washington. And
their just remand is eternal infamy, so
black and deep that it can never be eras
ed nor blotted out. We havo traitors at
the present day who aro worthy de
scendants cf tho tories. As the tories
fought against tho establishment of a
democratic government so the trait
ors are fighting" for the overthrow of
that same government. Both will be
known and handed in history as ene
mies oftho rights of man. It is a re
proach to havo a tory ancestry, butMvho
would not rather have the stoutest tory
of tho devolution for his ancesfer than
to be known hereafter as tho son of a
traitor? Header, the day of reckoning is
fast coming. It n-ay soon be too late
for rep nt aiice. Bewaro lest you bow
down the heads of your innocent chil
dren withehamo and sorrow.
We learn that Capt, Detwerlcr's caval
ry, stationed at Bussellville, Kentucky,
made a trip to Hopkinsvillo a few days
ago and arrested Dr. Shackelford and
one Jack Fisher, both K. G. C's, and two
6f tho most violent and dangerous trai
tors in Southern Kentucky. They hare
been guilty of all kinds of insults and
outrages on Union men.
W. H. KVKKMT
ST. MjIN IHK .
Mr; C. MATTHEWS,
IS htW AN) HrAHTI.IN(l J JW OK PUKUiKWr.
NATMtOAY IwVKM.-Vt;, HIAY 10
OR THE FALLEN SAVED.
fhartrf ru, by llr. HAMILTON, Mr. KVEMTT,
Mr t-JKKCK, Mr. FIJiTnKK, yi- SCAN LAN, lull
Mrs. BKliNAl'.l, le) will Hui " Horn', tut t Uvmt."
konh, . . . - mk. liCmn.n.
I'AVORITK BANC':, Mi.f ( ONSTANTIVK.
Hr. C. MATTHEW;?, ia
sew mn U ' MCIC i VEMGILOIIUInJI!
And will Amputate a Kan's Kcco.
l'iUCEM Of ADMISSION.
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irj I'J-.'f. :'..'.! imii J Int fcf I) C.
Committed to Jail
01 nvi1o I mnty, TciiO., Uiiy 6t, lilAJ, i'i-yr9
K, it, mlto ffcya.a .- JoiiN ki d "
uti(;i lu U''t' At lul r,uf M irruy t'Min 1 i' n ;
eilur, hl.i' , l).l v y .. h', . i h nl I A er
pifii:, li 1 1x l.gh. Imi urir m rr.
omrj t ' l"i"l, .'i t "l"f, "t !
tturw, m tot Uv 4 f u J. tc HirtT
iuj ivu mr,a l J a-"' l- 0
1?aM lh tiulmrribw, on thd 10'h tUy tf ArKll.,
lHti-2, NKii tO MAN mnicil Tiia. hia
yiaraolil ; M irk ; neill i. r nhovn i.ne of yt
'i! hoy inalxmt t fft I In.-.liM Mnh ; wr clm litil
1W piiunUi. i btivr wbikrr. I will y Twenty C
Itolinn ir uUipii up In tV.uiitv or Halo, and Kill V tM
if ttkpa up out of !! m ,t0 kwtfrf tn )nil u
lhat I ru ot him. RCI'KRT t.ATO.
N4WIVH it, May Plh, Wi. nviyW-lw
T. TYNI'H wi lica t i Inform tl.s !'i;.-.
ttl N.vbTll.A that 'If lit. a I nit tiT-nrJ a !
lut f OiKHla, wb'xh vn Mii re i-li. an for (Vwli.
XV lH3i.-lil. At IT W MVK BKH.
niU' i: OK t'OMMIsSARY CK M'BISTKNt'fc, I
N4Nrit.t,Tiv , Vy 8th 1J. i
BITS willb" rr,,.vpdat invlltr. , until 8 iYI.-d.
I'.M., WKIN1-JAY, llAV" Hih, (front Ori
hn.s ami fi-rii. n.s loyal id . tiuvriitniut .f tbi
Cult. ftatcj,) flir v,
600 Barre! Extra Superfine Flour,
1' bs delivrro.1 nt tlm CummiHUirv J-'lurit Il-eia-, In
Saf hvill.'.Totm., on or b.'l'iro Uia ljilt uf May, J...
Ili.il will ti. imlurn'il "Vvi'U.ij l..r H.'.nr " il
dim tcit to K. MAOrKM.Y.
m.ij9-W (ait. unil l.ni. hi.k.
1 Vfltt. lo fi'M at l-iibllc Atrtmn. to Jim b piii-l
VV biJ.l.r. lor dull, In I' H. rnrroiir?, at tha V s.
f nhamlcncf 1)ihiI , on llr. ml atrrot, nmr the tlvfr al
12 o'elo-k,M.,iu W 1.1 t.N K-'HIA Y, M tY the Hill, a tim '
lOt) Hiiliel of .Jls ".
Ca. mil titri. Siih.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD.
OmCH OF AWKTANT Ol'AUTKRMASreR,
bi Market htrrrt, Na.-hhi.i.k Tunii.
SKAl.KO fKOItlSALi will ha ro olvail ill thla Oil.t
till TVkPKAY, 1.1th Inst., for the dnllvorv m thn
1iwar Ijindipg, or aithor of Ihe l)iiit FIFTY t'OltiiS
I KK WKKK OK GOOD, nilY II AKII Wdtip, or audi
Riililioual quantity an m iy ha rrqturnd l the ut" nV
tlm Ilufpitala ami tauipa In tha iiutKhhorbixxl.
ImcU Unnl to mraiiuiei lS cihii; lint.
Hula will on y bo rixeltcd from partlna loyul tu il.c
Tlio oirertitiu'ril roacrvna tlio rlhl to n i.i t kll ILe
buU, If (outi'i eiorbilaot JOHN 11. HAI.K,
may(l-t,l tart, and A.y M
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A NOTI IKK LAR(!K M)T OK f
!01HTIN IN' PART Of
IVinti-, (UugliaiiiK, Luvii,
ftut-'M', iMine h, Silka,
Kolu-a, LiniiM, roirrld,
SKIRTS. WIHTK GOODS,
HOSIERY & GLOVES,
Ar.0, A KOI L CKK-R I
(;oos rou misxs weaji,
Hh th wr uller li tue tnda at tha lowiMl whnlr.
HT A Vtr.H, IlltO, CO.,
Na B, Knaiy'ii KuIMIhk, Kuutli fl'tc gqtiarr '
HY virtnn of writ of tlrri f iHat, to In" ij,r.;lvl
fr.nr. 1... ..t.l.t k r 1 -..... .1... 1,..:..
" -' '...,' .....v. . I.VW ."'III ui mi, v 'lima
Hi.vtfli for tho lliilillo i -trli t nl Ti'oiiw.'rii, 1 t J.
r.nsn to jiubiic vpnnuo, tu lha liiv;lii't huid r,I..rUwi,
on lh pri'Diuit ot T. M Urcnu iii, :l hiB Kouo'lry on
Krutil Kincl.ba tit lIKUil.y of Jl tY !"., ln i"l
liwun )rvwriy, to wit: f-KVKKAl. I.n'1'8 OK I'll.
IKON. KmoiiPtMia la two tiiiinlr.,t ami iliri. ..,
inr or Htji, !rma nu tlm 'rnu ity of Kind T. M .
Hrsnmin li autixfy Jmtftni'iit iu fuvi.r "f All x iml'T,
Hri nnau Co,, mi'let. d al tlm April Turn, Hot, nf .
a:iiu vunri. ,-io eoiniiii lire rti iu o eiiH k .
V. K. iji.anhick,
N'Hjiriu, Jl'iy 7, 1MCJ. i;. rt. Mnirhi.1 M li. t.
VV. U. CORNELIUS, '
v...- vV'-',-'-'.-:-' v:'s-x-"! "V
MKittf a.t Iji.uiUj!'
ci fnuRci; wriu Kr,
t y.j , astivil!e Trim.
ANVILS, AXf.Y.H, '
Sheet, Bar and Hoop Iron, atoortecL,
Coppt-r and Copper Bottoms, "
Galvaaued Copper Wire, " ,
NAII.l'IOWH mil nlW HAM. LI.-, lll'Ct.
hilAKl;', lU)Vr., ItAOCiN'i uii'l T1VIVK,
J.,. i" -r ..J jir Hd.'i-l !. '!, .iinl 1 r mle I ;
41 lar..l l-Jinl
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No. Alfcin Hlrwwt
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ui I Hni- -ini l.rrn.aii Kilirir IMiin , i.,u,d l.
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Ktatnra tin;r. iiirf ' ymi.l'.i I , i . i -' -1 1 i . i . y
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li l VK J i'f T if iid a e ni intiiriil -if new ai4
r t Aiair lyi anil fk ili'Viai b n.aU'rli. la, tu ta
tH ib lou at i I.W4VU a t-ri'v c aJUrti.
fcaiilia m. til liw, a n ai'wt