Newspaper Page Text
Tor Freedom and Nationality!
H. C. FIFHCKH, I'.dltor.
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 22,102.
Till: EM. TIO,
Fcllow-cilizens, poll will Le optmcd
to-day ia this Judicial District for Cir
cuit Judge. One candidate is your
well-known fellow-citizen, M. M. IIrien,
man of talents and experience, who
lias proved himself true as steel in a
fiery ordeal, which melted and consumed
in its fury so many leaden natures. You
know him and are justly proud of him.
lie will adorn the bench if elected to it.
71i6 is his opponenl? Against him per
sonally we have not a word to say. He
Znay in social life he possesped of every
trait which adorns the gentleman. lut,
politically, we know that he has pinned
fearfully. He has forsaken the old ilag
f the Union. II has joined himself
hand in hand with those who rebelled
against the laws and the Constitution,
And sought to break up the Union of the
States which make up our mighty re
public. He has helped to destroy the
landmarks of law and order, and involve
Tennessee and the South in civil war
and anarchy. IIe has trampled on and
fctat naught the very Statutes which he
cow asks you to let him expound and
apply to the cases in your Court. He
joined himself with unauthorized and
aelf-constituted bodies of men to restrain
and circumscribe the freedom of his fellow-citizens,
without a shadow of justi
fication or excuse, llepvllicly vxxmed loyal
men and disloyal from going out of Vh'i city
or Stat?, iviiJtout olAaining permission from
himtodo sol Even tins permission jras not
given UNLESS THE PERSON APPLY
ING TOR A TASSPORT PRODUCED
A VOUCHER PROM A REBEL OFFI
CER, or was personally Known to himself.
For proof of this, we have a card over his
own signature, published in the Nashville
1'atriot of Sept. 9, 1861, and re-published
in the Union of to-day. No matter how
great his abilities may be, is ho fit to be
your Judge 'I Apply the Jeflersonian
test to lAm, and see if he has been "faith
ful to lite Constitution? To say so would
be utter mockery, lie has never even rc
canted his heinous sins, nor renounced
his sympathy with the rebel Confederacy.
He would exult if the armies of the Union
were to be swept away and the black
flag of the Southern Confederacy were
to wavo its dark folds over the Federal
Capital, like the wing of death over
shadowing the pale and lifeless form of
the heart's fondest idol. Yes, his shout
of triumph would blend with those of
the enemies of republican government
across the sea, of Louis Napoleon, of the
Spanish Grandees, and of the Spanish No
bility, and his nnhallowvd feet with
theirs would trample the flag of the
Union in the dust. God forbid that one
tote should be cast for such a candidate !
It would be a blemish upon the fair fame
of our city. Let it not be done. Above
all things, let us keep the Bench free
from the polluting touch of treasou. It
should be the last retreat of loyalty and
Rebel voters, and friends of Ishaui (I.
Harris and John Morgan! go early this
morning and get your passes to the
polls made out in due form by your
candidate for Judge. Unless you arc
personally known to your candidate to
be disloyal, you " vill U rcprired Ij
jrtluct recommeiulations from some tfaial
vrson in the w-r of Of Confederal
The Rebels feel great an.xiety that
Jlr. Foster shall be elected Judge of this
Judicial District. We presume that the
Vigilance ComnuVee will be out this
morning on the streets, with their park
of "bloodhounds" to hunt down all
loyal men who vote fur his opponent
M. M. IVien.
t Governor Johsson has been discharg
ing the burdensome duties of his office
with indastry, justice atjd signal ability.
Aud Cow u!l tv iui'cr u tfaer of
passports under King Han-is to take his
feat on the l'ench and batlle the wise
aod benign policy of our loyal Governor?,
Freemen of Nashville, a few months
ago the Confederate candidate for Cir
cuit Judge used to gire you "passport"
out tf the city. Pay the debt you owe
Lien to-day by giving him his uiil;,'hj
Would not the flexion of Mr. Fitku
Ltglorionl news for the retx-1 newspa
per to paMieb in Richmond V
"We hear every day of soldiers return
ing from the rebel army to this and
adjacent counties, having been-completely
disgusted with its service. . We are au
thorized lu Cite highest sources, to say to all
such, welcome back, to your homes and
to loyalty. All that the Governor of
Tennessee asks of you is to come for
ward manfully and promptly and renew
that allegiance which you once mistak
enly forsook. Who would not gladly own
fidelity to a government so just, humane,
magnanimous and powerful? We know
that there arc black-hearted villains,
monsters lost to all sense of truth, who
whisper to these returned soldiers: "Don't
show yourself, or Governor Johnson will
arrest you 1" Every man who says so
knows lie lies foully and malignantly.
The Governor has ever been lenient and
indulgent to the dupes of crafty leaders,
who have honor enough to confess their
errors, and renew their, allegiance. On
the other hand, there is no surer way of
getting into trouble than to return from the
rebel army and not declare your inten
tions to the loyal authorities. The Gov
ernment will tolerate no spies, or half
way friend, who will be ready on the
first opportunity to help a guerrilla band.
" lie who is not for us is against us."
Nearly one year ago the minions of J ekk.
Davis and King Harris took possession
of the polls in Nashville, and by threats,
insults, bullying and violence, deterred
loyal men from voting. Patriots felt
that if they dared to express their real
sentiments there was imminent danger
of being outraged by a mob. The rebel
vote for disunion, in addition to this
was swelled by'the votes of minors, of
unnaturalized foreigners, of non-residents
and by the very offscourings of
the earth, lazzaroni and vagabonds who
came from we know not where, and went
we knew not whither.
Men voted repeatedly at dillerenl
wards during the day for separation,
and the dark and infamous deed of re
bellion slid treason was thus consummat
ed. And to-day, voters of Nashville,
two candidates come before you asking
fur a high judicial office. Roth cf them
were prominent actors in the scene to
which we have alluded. One of them
M. M. Biuex, was among the Spartan
band who fcichful even in the extremity
of danger stood boldly up "for the Fede
ril Union; the other Tcuxer S. Foster,
was a prominent actor on the side of the
rebellion. We now appeal to you to re
deem your city from the stain of treas
on by piling up a glorious Union vote, and
giving a death blow to rebellion in the
Capital. Here is its stronghold in the
State, the fountain whence llowed all
corruption. We have hunted the mon
ster to his den and now let us give'him
his coup de grace. The eyes of the nation
are fixed upon you. They expect you
to wipe away the foul gtigma of treason
from your escutcheon. Treason and loy
alty have each their representative in
the field, and.in the name of patriotism
we ask you to do your duty boldly, and
diligently. Let not one Union vote in
the whole corporation remain unpolled.
The Mobile News has the following
paragraph, which is peculiarly applica
ble to such traitors as Davis, Beauregard,
Floyd and Isham G. Harris:
" Fools have oft pulled down empires
that Solons and Ca sars have reared ;
wisdom can do great things, yet fool
ishness can undo them more rapidly.
But fools, and especially coward fools,
can be controlled and through but one
agency that of fear.
How very true are the remarks of the
Mobile organ! The Southern fools are
trying now to pull down the grand
Temple of Freedom builded by Wash
ington, Jefferson, Hamilton and Adams.
And the only way to control nd check
the leaders of the Rebellion ii to use
the terrors of .imprisonment, exile and
A stern and indignant rebuke m tist be
given by loyal men to-day to those reb
el sympathizers who have the face to
demand offices from the people. It is
not enough tnat they be silenced. Let
them be utterly terrified and confounded,
at tho Beverity of the rebuke, until they
fly from the Stat which they have out
raged, or like the damned on Judgement
Day they call onjthe roks and mountains
to hide them from the consuming wrath
of a people long oppressed but now turn
ing fiercely upon their oppressors.
A majority for M. M. Brikn, the Urion
candidate, to-day, will maW the r-UV
fcirk at heart, and fill fhe breaM cf evrry
sttVivt ia II. e latd with tleli-bt.
A Hidimonil itcwapitpcr, Arctuol
cf Public Sentiment In NUVHIe.
The" Richmond Dixitch of a late date
In Nashville, in Alexandria, aud in
other cities and villages occupied by tlio
enemy, there is a spirit evinced worthy
of the best days of the human race, and
giving tho brightest augury of the future.
The people of these cities not only refuse
to perjure themselves by taking an oath
of allegiance which they do not mean to
keep, but they exhibit a studied reserve
and dignity in their intercourse with tho
invaders which has already convinced
them that tho alleged Union sentiment of
the South is a myth a thing which, if
it ever existed, exists no longer.
On the 12th of this month a Union
Convention met in the Capitol, and it
was attended by near two thousand per
sons hundreds and hundreds being unable
to get admittance into the large Hall where
it assembled. It was an enthusiastic)
unconditional, straighout,Federal Union
meeting, and passed off amid the wildest
demonstrations of approval. Hundreds
of delegates came in from distant coun
ties, who attended at the risk, of losing
their property and their lives, and who
had tolodge the guerrilla bands on their
The Dispatch says also :
They discover at once that Andjlohn
son, a brutal politician and adventurer,
one of the ten thousand Dalgettys in
politics who have no principle but pro
vant and pay, is no type of the people of
Tennessee and of the Sotfth. JohnJJeJL
so long known as an Inflexible friend of
the old Union, is the representative of
his whole party in Tennessee, and, we
may add, of his whole country; and with
such men blended heart and soul with
original secessionists in the war of inde
pendence, we do not wonder that the
Yankees are not satisfied with the acqui
sition of such cattl as Parson P.rownlow
and Andy, Johnson.
"Governor Johnson has been identified
with the history of Tennessee ever since
ho reached the years of manhood. He
never appeared before the pc-ople as a
candidate for an office but what he was
elected triumphantly. He is a true type
of the people from whom he sprung and
whom h& faithfully and boldly represents.
Ho has been elected number of the Le
gislature, of Congress, Governor and U.
S. Senator, over the most able and popu
lar men of the State, and nas now the
public confidence not only of Tennessee,
but of loyal men throughout Hie Union.
Like Webster, Clay, and Jackson, he has
fought his way upward to Ins present
high position in the face of pinching
poverty, aided by no intluential or weal
thy relations, and opposed by adversaries
who employed all the aid which fortune
rJoiiN Bell, on the othr hand, never
had any sympathy with the masses and
never had any inllucnce with the people.
He is as reserved and frigid as the ice
berg which lloais in the Polar waters.
lie is a man of accident, destitute of
moral courage and firmness, aud repre
sents nobody. Like a cypher in arith
metic, his whole value depends on his
relative position to some significant
Let our readers fix for a hearty guffaw
over the next remark of the Dispatch :
The ministers of the gospel in Nash
ville, Alexandria, and elsewhere, have set
an example in patriotism, as in rtligion,
which deserves the universal gratitude
and admiration of their countrymen.
They have been draygetl from their pulpits
mill tin-rat?,, l tmfh death if they would not
pray for the President of tho United
States; but these piou, reneralde men have
preferred outrage and death to such treason
to their country, and have resolutely and
successfully resisted the demands of the
tyrants. llteir chunhei lane Uen ilnl,
their Hocks deprived of the ministrations
of Veligion, and Oiemsrfves driven out at
vandersn upon the face cf the arOt lot th'ir
pure and Ifty sjn'ritt are vnamguerel.
Ha! ha! ha! Ho!! ho!! ho!! He!!!
he!!! he!!! Pius and venerable clergy
of the Methodist Publishing House,
that "exclusively religious institution,"
who urged the application of lynch
law, and said it would be 'entertaining"
to nee a Union man "dance in the air."
Pious Episcopal rector vhu in violation of
his s Jon ordination c'h ani tvis refuses
topiay firth i in aidlmtity. Did Armaged
don Baldwin wait to be dragged from
his pulpit or did he skedaddle like a
wild goose before a hurricane ? Did El
der Graves ever set au example to his
llouk of either patriotism or religion?
What church has been closed? What
save a guilty conscience drove off any
priest from Nashville ? Numbers of
them tied it is true, not because justice
pursued them, but because a profaned al
tar, a dtierted sanctuary, an insulted
Bible and a blasphemed God haunted
their guilty fjttpa. and would not let
let Mir Ijinjt hi.huKi,.! ndur ty
BjrraptMhr ot the llrHUh Aristocratic
Journal iitli lb I mini lie
... Ilebel Organ.
In looking over the files of the Nash
ville Patriot for 1801, we find a striking
evidence of the harmony of feeling and
tastes which exists betweep the Cotton
Aristocracy of the Southern States and
the Aristocracy of Great Britain. Both
are deadly foes to the exercise of suf
frage by poor men ; both are in favor of
making property rule rnen, instead of
making men rule property ; both are in
favor of hedging some order or institu
tion with peculiar privileges and guar
antees, and making it govern everything
else. The English aristocrats and the
Southern Cotton, aristocrats were both
for the dissolution of the Union, in order
to hand over the South to an oligarchy
of large land proprietors and slave-holders
; and as one means of accomplishing
this purpose, the Southern Rebels and
their English allies both conspired to
destroy, by every means, the credit of
the Federal Government, and deprive it
of money, which is the " sinews of
war." Tho Patriot, the Banner, the
Union and American, the Tennessee
Baptist, the Christian Advocate, "ex
clusively religious" although it was, and
the Banner of Teace, delighted to copy
from the organs of British Aristocracy
Luch miserably splenetic and venomous
articles as the following :
The American Loan.
jf'r-Mn Die I.omli'n llt-rall, August a J
The annexed letter, on the subject of
the new American Loan, will be perused
v.ith satisfaction at the present junc
ture. Any attempt to raise money for
the lcu;ral uovemnient should be re
sisted, and the feeling among capitalists
is certainly averse to supporting such
an operation. The agents of powerful
banking firms in New York have alrea
dy arrived in this country, and others,
it is stated, will follow, with the express
object of endeavoring to negotiate terms
for placing a part of stock to be cre
ated. If the public, however, will only do
themselves justice, they possess now a
most brilliant opportunity of resenting
the injuries they have suffered in a pe
cuniary point of view at the hands of
American adventurers, llepwliation in
its worst form might ensue if, after the
loan were negotiated, an arrangement
between the North and South for an
amicable adjustment should be efl'ected,
The best way to avoid any difficulty in
this respect will be to refuse financial
assistance either to the l ederal authori
ties or the representatives of the Con
federate States :
To the Editor Sir: A burnt child
dreads the fire. So says the adaire. As
far as I am concerned it will hold good,
but as far as the heavy per centage cap
italists of this American-fleeeed and
American-intuited country are compre
hended its vitality is questionable. If
our moneyed men can condone previous
repudiation, they deserve to be met with
a repetition of it, and I could almost
wish its second administration as a just
punishment for the neglect of the warn
ing of experience. Let the public press
do its duty to the country by continued
reiterated cautions against the folly of
subscribing to a loan on t he faith of
Yankee "promises to pay" promises
destined, in my opinion, to meet the fate
of previous experience.
America has already too much of En
glish capital in her railroads and canals,
for which she has paid nothing to her
English creditors. Let her do justice
to our previous liberality, and recognize
and p-vj f'f oU ixrres, before she makes
another appeal for the assistance and
liberality of the old country to carry
her through her self-inflicted dilliculties
and embarrassments. With the philac
tery of repudiation on her os front is,
surely none but the shameless fate of
Yankeedom could hazard another appeal
to injured capitalists ami an insulted
In pitying the bully and in the as
sumption of swaggering she never had
an equal, and it is time she met with a
rebuke in 'he only sensitive part of her
vulnerability a rehulc whuh our ari'tO'
era, y of vt'iney now hit tJ,e Acer to iujlict
namely, by throwing her on other than
English resources for pecuniary salva
tion from her present jK-rplexitics.
How deeply chagrined must these
Nashville Rebels and their English cro
nies feel to know that the Federal Gov
ernment has prosecuted the war vigor
ously and successfully, with unimpaired
credit, and irithnil i"rrtaving o,,e dJkir
fowl K-'Tope, while the Southern Con
federacy has not yet been able to borrow
fiflien miUiiiis if iLlhia, and its bonds
are wi thh-Ss ! how the Nash viiie Re
bels rejoiced that M.r American republic
was about to receive a "REBUKE
FROM THE AKISTOCRACV OF MO
NEY What a delightful thought for
ie General Barrows, Hardings, Guilds,
and other Rebel worthies ! The vision,
alas! wst doomed to fad before their
eyes like Ihe mirage of the desert before
the thirst j caravan. It seems to us
that in view of tb "repudiation" of
Mississippi, Ar'Uansas, Florida and Ala
bama, the English newspapers should
have UGched more delicately on tke
!mVjct .t tad farta, Cenlnj aod repu
diation, for fear of reviving unpleasant
memories in the minds of Jeff. Duvis,
Cobb, Floyd & Co. To speak of a hal
ter ia the house of a man who was
hanged is very unkind, and the seceded
Slates are the only ones which have
ever repudiated their debts. They still
keep ip their old tricks in this respect,
for they issue notes and bonds based
upon their cotton crop, and then after
their paper is put in circulation tltey
hum tlteir eoticn !
This is a very pointed and judicious
article. It is pertinent, every word of it.
Tbe question arises, who has a right to
vote to day T Tbe Conslltullou of tbe State
requires of the voter, besides other things,
fiat ho should bo a citiz-.n of the United Stttet.
Is it proper that thoee who profits not only,
not to be citizeQS ot the Uolud States, bat
citizens of another and different government,
should be entitled to this privilege. Tbe re
bellion, so far as this Judicial Circuit is con
cerned, has bren suppresd by tb torce cf
arm, and the jurisdiction of the United
The foreigner before he can vote has to
give evidence of bis loyally by an oath of
allegiance. The loyalty of the native born
citizen i presumed, but that presumption in
hundreds of Instances has been overthrown
by their open participation In this nnboly
rebellion against tbe government. Should
those citizens who disown the government
dare to exercise a privilege under that gov
ernment for no other purpose than "to ruin
and destroy It? Let the judges of the elec
tion ak tbe question, "Are you a citizen of
the United Stttes?" And if answered In tbe
negative then refuse such vote. Tbe time
has corny for loyalty to show itsell and dis
loyalty to to p'lt down. U.
Letter from au Indiana Hell .Man,
Ekdkorp, Iod., May 13;h, 1802.
Editor of Nathville Union:
Dkaii Sir I see that in your city you bud
one more proud day that men again stood
np and spoke freely their sentiments with
that freedom as in olden times, but am sorry
to say that I did not sec tho old name so
much uped here in ISM, tint Is Jons Belt..
lie soerns not to ring Lis Boll at Union meet
ings, when In 1800 it did my heart good to
ase tbe name ol John B' ll ; but ho b is gone
and left bis friends. Pence be to bis ai-hos!
' Will you pleace send me one ot your pa
pers as a sample. I want to get up club
here. You should be patronized for the bold
stand you have taken so far down In Dixie.
PUTIFXtt A SWM
v. ii.fiVKiu.ir -
New Company still Successful ! ! !
TIIIKSDAY CVI'I.tli, .MAY 22,
Will be rf"rmirl tin- r,.'',i-l,rnti J ((pi ratic Drann,
eu t i tlcj
Don Ccesar de Bazan !
t'ni.c ij.ul Clmraclern by Mr. HAMILTON, Mr. F.V
KRfcTT, lr. I'iKWK, Mr. fl.HCHMt. Mrs. H. UKK
NAKI, Mi M AM AN', M.?s MOOKK, Ac
DA.NC i:, Slintn IUC)UItJS.
To cue Iii'to itbtli Muni al CmeJelU , i fciii-i tta
n.i..rs by Mr. M'rarrT, Jtr. HAMILTON',
Mr. TU'r.M AS, Mm. liKKNARO, MiM f CAXLA.V, Ac
lu Relicariwl, the B-iiiiful EilrsvagniiM,
"BEAUTY AM) THE BEAST. "
I'RiCX? OF ALML-WU.V.
Vre Circlo 50
.vxrond U irele
Drr 010 st il i.-t 7. lrfurrnaDO at 8 o'clnrk,
preclbtly. may J J
Just Received, 6 Cases
p HOICK RIBBONS, HATS. EONNETS,
j UWkBH, KOl-CHM, Ito. All Nrw 4,.,J.
or ' kw, kt
LAMB & MURPIIY S,
ri.j2J Ci Calbonn't O'i Purt, oti br K',iirr
D00TS AND SHOES.
jrti F. H. FRENCH,
' W- IT, Union HtrH-t.
JAMK-f, M!Svf ud niMJ'BEN' S Kilt, iVAT.
J fcrtlit, (air, i.'ot KM, i,ui Lulm. iw.u, It.
in,', lipri arid Ct.urt3 Omtrrt. U- a I, IV uJ
Vov!j'i ('f, li"t, lU-m I'br, ;tor l!u.
I -am if )v.t, rttx.., Ui.tAn, I'umi, kill Irt-L'b
Tm, of tb bnvquaiuy u,l rknisiiFinp. v
A!, lour giuk i,f hrSjTS A.4 .SHOt-, ly 'it
t!A8i: ok ioz'i:n;
Whtch w'.ll I t:tVr-J it the lowrri i rxci, lor (Wli.
Notice to Claimants.
01 : 'or A:-TAVT v: iv.Tr.r u a -im,
1 )!:... A . ln,li t "1kU ,-rfvrtf Mi U CUlt
0x K If 1 iMfot u tr.jj (,..-, i. ri ji
i4 to rrbl IUJ riii at 0"-- Iff Till
... v. i bj A ii
Touit and Country illcrchanfs
riMlh imitftriignM, e.r tho Arm cf NOP.TIJ, SHKR
A .MAN ui., Nr Voa, lotf ! fTrt'iy
known to tb South, rn Tnil, hkvmir takm tip tut
iwiilwr In Na.linMe, I now tir. pare.l totalis or
dors t..r all Article! that North, HimniM k Co. havn
tM'on Umia br U. but 2J yar lor k.-wptnn, tut b
Comb, l!rnli.', IVrium an.l TolUt Article, h it
ton. Tbrfa.bJ, Tutlory Tp-K, NowJIm, I'ma, iblnir.
Tackle, I'ortmntinaiB, Kan., I'tx.f Malnwery, Violin
Mrlnp", 4c, A 11 til llprcbanta, th-, bo r
iiiali:ie.l to fhip irooila, gtva himaoall Th vopl
if Tfiiuiv are cut rf ihcae ifil an I tm,t li
Ihi'tn. J. JTI ,ni K y.
in.ijso im 18 rrnuc tu ark, naiivillk.
Strayed, Taken I n or Stolen:
" a 7
KK"f h ntiFrribrr, about t!i -i
. ? nut , afMAI.I. WHITK an t REIC'V
p-yJwirii h.or flrrt cilf: no vfcib! Rirk.'
' " n'i. A littoral Howard will 1 Riven to
any person who will return hr to ine,orgiv u. U
iur.irm Uiun that I iu ft t hi r.
B 8 WELl.ru,
niaySa Iw N. .".0 BroaJ Mreel.
HARDWARE FOR SALE!
Y SMALL mi J wn'.t nrfcvt PUrk.Junt rect'Wed,
Mil Solid ollf to Street. i'imi
lri( of Shovel, Hint. Ali4, S j Ui.a, Snelhor Kk,
O.aw, Nailsi, Stpw, ILli ll immcr, SnJry
Hardware, Rav, Mine, Table r0,i I'ocki t Sullvrv,
Ac. Also, one. IJrimn Hare, KnhHc ari'l Hrlilie.
Api.ly to J. n. Al.l.KN',
may 221 w I', ft. llAHRKr
Wholesale and Retail!
3ST. L A. 1ST D EJ,
No. 13 Public Bquare,
(SOl'TH r-IfiK CORKER MABKKT,)
HA S received, nnl U crn(antly rccHv
iDg, a large anil vsellrbytfil Htock of
(initio men's Fumbling (.'ood
CALICOES & DOMESTICS,
Which ho will ndl at wlnth'cale and retail,
at rcaHonabl"! jxiocH, fur Cfh.
, ni lylv.lm
United States of America:
Minnu: HSTi'.irr of tknnk?;.
UTHKHK.H, Information l.m Iwn !lll within"i.
for tbi' Mblok limtrb t til" T.-liiiermc, at SS-ti
villi-, on Ihn Ulli tlay of May, A I)., litij, by John
Tjimblr, K., Attorney (or toe l uiU-d htalea lor lb"
Mi'MIc Iiisarii t of T' inioini'.., who proKii iiU'it hfri in oo
bHi ill ol lln Lulled ruuen, miiiiiii certain gool. rn
Oiio b'lii.lrcl Kiel inn. ty lie t.a'ka of t'oru, aii'l one
box of 1TD, niut.iiiiii;i In nil nbont tin. Imijilreit
anil titnet bin-helg, un I marke.l A. ). il.,C 8. A., al
lexiOft ia hubian, that torn wan tfit, on
laud, in the Mnlillo In inrt of Teinii'Vo..., a low luilex
foulli of Krunklin, ' rnrfcited to the me of tlo' I'liito.,
tlaleg of Aiiierii a, and rylnr prm in a:iint-t tin
ame, that lho k.iuei be eouileiuii'vl at foiieid n
Now, tlif-rofore, iu iur.nanco ol th monition, under
the ?al of tuld Couit, to nie illrci-Ud and delivered, I
do hereby jfive public notieo to all x-raonn cliilmiiiK'
H-od Com, or m any manner InU rebHl therein, that
they ho and appear before Kaid Lireuit Iflurl, to be
b Id at the City of Nachviilo, In and lor i I lntn I ;
on the 2.1 laj-of June, lHijj, at lOo cUx k In tho lore
lioin of tluil day, then nint ihero to Int.rpoae i,mr
ilaini", and to mako their alkutii'ii in ihat behalf.
K It. t.l.At;oCK.
May iOlh, l6'i Hi L'. S. Marshal U. Ii. T
United States of America:
UTIirni'.A, ii.l'.'itnat oii him be flh-d withiu an 1
lor tho Mi.id'e Iitrn t of Tenn'-seee, at Xah
ville. on the llih diy ol May, A l , Ivu, hv John
Tnri.liln K-' , Attorm y for t!ie I nite.l tHal Vf t lie
M ihlie Pistnet ol Tenneeo, vho precuUii harem on
In-half 1 1 Hie I'd. ted Hi.it'n, anaiuxt c Hit it proiwrtv ,
vi: One dark l.r.n flaliion, raid to bo tb-iroud'
bred, Rboi.t l".1; hainU bi;;li, about 8 jean old, Willi
a ring ol hit.- around bin rghl hiud feet, nl threw
white a-hlk Foti on b In. w, aliening in im lan',
that Mild .-t ill. on wm a -.z ,,ou lan.r, In Hie Wiihlle
luriii-1 i f Tennessee, in or mar Hie townol I'raijkliii,
Wiiliaiiiaon IVmiily, a 1 ,rf' U. .J to ihe use or the I'bi
tod Mate i, Ameriea. an I iirurm pixK-e m am.l
the mrn". tliat theranir be i.oudeiiiued a forli-ittd a-ubre-,iid.
Now, th refore, in pur.oRnre of tho monition , under
the h til of laid Court, to ine directed aud delivered, I
do hereby gits jmrjlic ih.ihh to all pxraon tlainiiiiK
aid Milli'-n.or to any nmuiirr liit-r-nt d ther-iii
that tliey be an I i,pi ar bel'orx n.4 ( Irenit Court, b.
be held al the City of Nunbvllle, to and lor in. .d Ju
tncl, on tbe vd day ot Jui., ,J, at lu o':lo k lu tbd
b-renooii of that itay.tle-n Biid theie to interj.iwe to r
laini-', and to niaki: tb. ir alleet,0 In that b-hlt.
K. K. OLA.-JiM K.
May L'Oth, lhflj tit f. 8 Mari-hai V.. Ji, T
.!. M. M V II I Ii Y,
iOTio ( ui)s,sisri;M)i;Ks,
Dry Goods and Staple Notion,
inayiO lu, 16 I'L'BLIC tsgtAKK
Nashville Building Association
ST;KilOI.IfcKH mi, pay (,,r l.,Ltl.ly lMaab,,..nU
11 Un- Mora ..r a II llli L'. i. . .. i . .
- ... ' " ... . J m 1 II t J I .
Hue, e ol the prviteut deranreaneui lo nu'iiiefi v a
f.ir ..tl.li. I... I 1: - .... . . .. . .
. , . ro.iawiii iierertiro'
H.niient of dne. t' A. Hl.l.Ht,
a'.vine, May amu l,;-3l tcr,t,y
Bids for Machinery, &c.
uni; i,y as-'i.-tivt VAr.rn:UA.iu.
.uILLa, 1 I Mr , u.y Jji j,, 4
IHH ani U rwM-ived at thin Oi),! until 13 o civ k
It M. riiiray, May SI, luri,', from (lUKO li.val p,'
tl.a lmt-4 Mat.- only, lor tho Had, klai.hiui ry tn I
nt! Koom lk,r ol two Kl'-auitxiat. b irund by
rri,t.,aul 6.W .rliaily ..ik is tho Cumber .and
river at Nalmlie, lenri.
Bel iil bcreie f ,r Hie a hole or ,t ,(,
alwve. l.o t-ra;i.tnt Knid- only r- l.-. ,
i. t his,iiam
-."Vri1- A w M
'I IIK ne IVKik H,leerj-, N. 1 k 21, Ja.L
X. Mr- el, reumei Ii.if iiimi, ti l i. i r-or. d i ,
''t a.i k ni..f Job Work an ttUnk
Mrk 10 krat aad ibyant !).
and OHri b-fl at W. T Huaitr'a B.. J, mrr
er at ll b ul. ry, am r.-lr nmsi ttUuinu,
aayl-l jjjx c tJtlH
it.-T BIXIIVKO, ANO KM iAL,
At J. P. Euffiter'i Grocery itore.
7I,tlT Mr, t Cafaa,
1. L imr Med ri...
IJri,iHj,f, a1 Krno
t 1 r iiit, t rr', , ti l.i
K.Mr CI.xm. litia
. , . , , ....wnai, . Ui , er III .
ail i, ;. f hi, Tv.ta.vo ati nar, ff . h li. u 1
ltrra.r, ".. 1,1, , b,t. , i4a u Cev