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charged at the rnto ol twenty rit per line.
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aditrrfiwd to the "l'uldldhorn of the Nnnhrlllf I'nlon."
Communication and IUr lntrndd for luaertlon
must be addreraod to H. C. MfcR'.'KK, Editor.
UEoDAY. MORNING, JUNE 3, 1802.
threat I nloii Meeting In (oiimlila,
We accompanied very largo delrga-
lion of our cil izens to the Union meeting
on yesterday, at Columbia. The cars
thirteen in number, were crowded, and
hundreds went away from the depot, un
able to gain admisHion. The town of
Columbia was thronged with citizens
from the surrounding country, and
many from neighboring counties. The
meeting was held in the Market House
The town, the home of the late President
Polk, is noted as a hot bed of treason,
and we saw but few of the citizens pres
ent, the audience being almost solely
made up of the sober, thoughtful yeo
manry of the country, the real bone and
sinew of the nation! Ex-Governor Neil
S. Prown, happening to bo present, was
Yiartn1 4 r vi alra at drAnnli An1 si t an
over half an hour. He pronounced the re
bellion a failure. In his judgment
the rebellion was played out, and the
longer it was kept up the worse
in all respects it would be for the South
, His only brother was a prisoner in the
North, ho had two sons in the rebel army,
but ho would be forced to declare the
rebellion an utter failure even though he
had been the mont violent secessionist
alive. Tennessee was utterly lost to the
Confederacy, and it was the duty of her
people as men of scnfce to advocate her
restoration to the Unisn. 'Gov. John-
hon addressed the crowd in a powerful
speech of over two hours. It was worthy
of him every way, arid we can givo it no
higher praisej We took copious notes
of both speeches, but owing to the
lateness of our return have no time to give
them this morning. We will reserve them
for to-morrow's issues and promise our
friends that they will be well repaid by
a careful perusal of the addresses. The
crowd, numbering between twelve hun
dred and fifteen hundred, listened with
profound ancFTreatliTess attention, and
at times manifested their approval by
hearty cheers. It was a gkl meetiag
The Theatre. The Stranger one of
the best abused and at the same time
one of the most popular plays upon the
stage, will be offered to the patrons of
the drama, this eve with a cast embracing
the full strength of the company
Clause Hamilton as the Stranger, Mrs
Hattik Hf.rnard as Mrs. Haller ; .after
which Miss Conktantink will execute a
dance, and tno whole to conclude with
the Maid of the Milking Pail. Mrs
PrcitNARn ns Milly, in, which character
she has but few rivals. We sincerely
trust that our citizens will reward the
efforts of Messrs. Dokkif.ld A: Saxus who
aro doing their utmost in catering for
their amusement, but thus far with but
limited pecuniary success.
Ai ction Sai.k. We call the special
attention of our r aders to the Auction
Sale of 1'ry Goods, by 15i:.i. 1 Siiikmv
t Co., which takes place this morning at
!) o'clock, at their rooms on College
street, opposite the Sewaneo House. In
addition to their large and extensive as
sortment of dry goods, they will offer for
sale a splendid stock of boots and shoes
bleached and brown domestics, ging
hams, print muslins, jaconets, ribbons,
trimmings, lie, A;c la short, they will
sell an endless variety of Staple and
Fancy Goods. Merchants and others
in want of goods will lind it to their
interest to be in attendance.
We call the attention of our readers
to the advertisement of Messrs. Lamb &
Mi'itrnv in another column. They have
Millinery Goods of all descriptions; also
Poots and Shoes.
ESoots and Shoes.
V have dow an J ahull hae during lb mimtiMT,
lurgi' and well afaortod toi Is of Hunts anil HIUl.S,
for fa! at th'lwet reh prif .
K. wi u-TKit a ).,
n.yjg I'.nf'i naii.
, . . Itrotvntoit'a Itook. ,
The parson opens his new book with
the following preface, which will be read
with deep interest by everybody : ;
I have' prepared' f hit work from the
single stand-point of uncompromising de
votion to the American Union at estab
lished by our fathers, and. unmitigated
hostility to the armed rcoeia who are
seeking its destruction. My ancestors
fought in its defence; ana while their
blood flows in my veins I shall instinc
tively recoil from bartering away the
glory of its past and the prophecy of its
future for I lie stained record of that vile
thing, begotten by fraud, crime, and bad
ambition, christened a Southern Confed
eracy. I cannot exchange historic re
nown for disgrace, national honor for in
famy, how splendid soever may be the
bribe or how violent soever may be the
compulsion. This is my faith as an
American citizen; and this book - will
show how gorily it has been put to the
test. I claim, however, no merit, further
than that arising from tha discharge of
a simple duty both of religion and patri
otism. ' Thousands of my fellow-citizens
have been equally faithful among the
faithless. Their sufferings may be con
ceived from this narrative ol my own.
Indeed, it is not from the slightest de
sire of self-glorification that I have spo
ken so freely of myself. It would' have
been sheer affectation of modesty to at
tempt Jby circumlocution of speech to do
otherwise. For I have, in this matter,
rather regarded myself as a type of the
large body of loyal people in the border
States, and have, accordingly, been the
more unreserved, inasmuch as I felt that
I might assume to some extent to speak
in their behalf. It is important that our
countrymen ot the North should clearly
understand the embarrassing position of
this class, and the peculiar pi ivations they
have been compelled to undergo. It is
chiefly due to them that the battle-field
of the Kebcllion has not been transferred
to Northern homes. Their gcorgraphical
location and political elements arc such
that, upon the soil which they inhabit,
loyalty and treason have overlapped, and,
being thus confronted face to face, they
have been plunged into all the horrors of
discord and anarchy, of divided commu
nities and sundered households. In
many respects, however, we of that re
gion do not wholly sympathize with the
North any more than with the extreme
South. We deprecate alike the fanatical
agitators of one section and the Disunion
demagogues of the other. I believe I
represent the views of multitudes of
ever-true and now suffering patriots when
I declare that, Southern man and slave
bolder as I am, if the South in her mad
ness and folly will force the Issue upon
the country, of Slavery and no Union, or
a Union and no' Slavery, I am for the
Union, though every other, institution in
the country perish. I am for sustaining
this Lnion if it shall require ' coercion
or "subjugation," or, what is worse, the
annihilation of the rebel population of
the land, ihese peculiarities in my po
sition, as an East Tennesseean, it will bo
seen, have contributed to mould the views
winch I have expressed.
I am, therefore, prepared to expect that
many readers will not concur in all that
I have said. Put I do verily believe that,
as a Isational man, having had an op
port unity, as from an intermediate emi
nence, to view this question on both
Sides, and having observed the bearings
of the whole subject for thirty years
past, I am enabled to suggest something
worthy the consideration of my country
men. Hence I have not consulted the
opinions of others, nor reflected whether
what. I say would be acceptable or unac
ceptable, would render the writer popular
er unpopular. I seek only to utter the
profound convictions of my own mind, in
order that, God willing, I may be of some
benefit in my day and generation, and,
without fear or favor, come weal or woe,
may have the sad privilege of warning
my fellow-citizens, even if I may not en
joy the cheerful satisfaction of convinc
1 have suffered deeply in person and
estate, have avoided no responsibility,
have endured evil treatment and impris
onment, and been compelled day by day
to contemplate the near prospect of a
brutal death upon the gallows, all in
behalf of the sacred cause I have es
poused. 1 avouch these things as evi
dence of sincerity. Not only so, but
they have left me in no mood for tho uso
of softened forms of speech in narrating
such acts or depicting the actors. Hence
I bane spoken plainly. Extreme fastid
iousness of taste may, perhaps, shrink
with over-sensitiveness from some of tho
language I have employed. Put it was
no time for dalliance with polished (sen
tences or ent icing words; for an imminent
necessity like the "burden" of the old
Hebrew prophet was upon us, and the
cause of our Loun and Land could be
best served by the sturdy rhetoric of de
fiance and the unanswerable logic of
facts. Tho traitors merited a sword
tl.rust style, and deserved the strongest
jithet 1 have applied. My persecution
. J them was such that 1 had a fair right
to handle them roughlj: they were not
worth any other mode of treatment; and
I have written what I have written.
I cannot close thin preface without ex
pressing my thanks for the generous re
ception I have met with at tho North. In
Cincinnati, Columbus, Chicago, Philadel
phia, New York indeed, wherever I have
gone, 1 have been welcomed by indi
viduals and by public bodies with de
moiiHtratious of honor and kindness
which seem like a providential recom
pense for all 1 have endured. 1 shall
preserve a life long recollection of such
universal and spontaneous sympathy, and
leave its prec ious memory and memorials
as an heir-loom to the latest generation
of my deseendarits. I bear this testi
mony all the more willingly, because
these courtesies vindicate me from asper
sions, and are occasioned by no modifi
cation or eoneealmcnt of my opinions. I
have, everywhere condemned the disor
ganiiing propagandist of the North, and
have publicly proclaimed that I was a
Southerner by birth, education and hab
its; yet, when I also announced that I
was a National man and uncompromis
ingly for the Union, I found that other
things were forgotten, and that I had
touched a chord which made us all of
God grant that we mar. as Sections,
Churches, and Individuals, realize how
great a share each of us has had in
bringing about our present calamities,
and, consequently, how much of the re
sponsibility falls upon self as well as
upon othors ! When this shall be felt,
and when a proper spirit 6hall accompany
the conviction, the horrors of this wicked
war will be appreciated, the hand of ven
geance will be stayed, and
"Reinriilng Jufitico lift aloft her r'ule.''
W. G. BROWNLOW.
Philadelphia, May, 18G2.
A I NION XV A It SOXi.
Tut pli'iciug bin it potir'd o'er mountain and rulliy,
Loudor iiud longer the Ihrllllog uot"M rnnf,-,
Htt upon bout turn forth did tliry Bally,
Uroail to the Btron breeze lint batioo'l t!ag flung I
Flat? of our country I rcveroDc'd and cberlfhM, (
Thy om:e rpotlms folds the rite rebel ut&in'd,
Deeming the patriot lift'-lide all perhh'd,
The throb ol high freedom Ignobly i liain'd :
nutaaw,IIWc thorpring wakeu'd ftreama of the North,
The fa herlnnd horoea all dauntleR come,
Cat to tho winds aa they sternly rmli'd forth
The wect bands that hold man to duty and home.
Calmly they bided, yet burning with ire,
The moment lo (IIobim the mad traitor' worn,
Now judgment bad come au t the deep smothnr'd lira
Uurn'd but the brighter for all they had borne.
v. The 8 us of right freedom of ordor, and rule,
Tho true bred, theiwholar, the arliaan proud,
Mut coutond with tho black-ll ig'd, the prisoner,
The fiiflhm, the coiiflcrlpt, tbe inebriate crowd !
Dark conllict 1 but see, tbey haKtcn their tread,
Aud nutlons expectant their prowcus awuit,
On to tbe foe, cry the I i r I d p , and dead, -The
traitor uud bnguud hurl to their fate I
P. P. il.
Tim shades of night were falling fast,
Aa through a .Southern village panged,
A youth, who bore, dot over n.c, ;
A banner with tbo (tnv dovic.e,
' WIWH . . j
His hair wan rod ; h't toon beneath,
l'ei'ped, like an aeorn from lis Bbiviili.
While with a frightened voiebo iiin
A burden Strang.) to Yankee tongue,
He Haw no household fire, wh'ire he
Might warm his tod or hnmltiy ;
lleyond the Cordilleras shone,
Aud from his lioa exnaiied a groan,
" 0, stay," a cullered person said,
" Au' on d:s bofom res' your bed I"
The Oetoroon the winkod her eye,
Hut ft II he answered wltb u sijili,
" Il.'ware MfCiAi.iAN, fii EU. and I!kk,
Hewans of Haii kck's deadly ranks !"
Tins was the planter's lust Good Night,
The chnp rep had, lur out of right,
At hfe.ik of day, a- several hovs
From .Maine, New York, and Illinois,
Were moving southward, in Hie air
TUey heard thene aer' ma of des;iuir,
M .f.nrffV .'
A chap was f unnl, anil at bin side
A buttle, fehowin h w h- died .
Htill granplng In his baud of ice,
That banner with Ihi strange device,
There In the twilight, thick and jrray,
id .micraoiy played out lie lay ;
And through tho vp r, gray and thick,
A voice feil, like a r acket slick,
bknlutilh I I'iiiiiVv 1'ui,
A New Orleans letter thus describes
the great rebel contrivance, the Missis
sippi, which, when in au unfinished
condition, was destroyed by Com. Far
ragut's fleet near Fort Jackson :
She had been seven months in course
of construction, employing five hun
dred men the whole time, and would have
been finished in three weeks. Her
length was 270 feet and her depth CO,
and her armament was to have been 20
rilled puns. Tho frame of tho hull was
made of Georgia pine, nine inches thick
and over the wood were placed three
plates of rolled iron, making tho thick
ness of tho armor alone, four inches and
a half. She was fjOOO tons burden, and
her motive power consisted of three pro
pellers, which were calculated to p,ivo
her a speed of eleven knots an hour.
Two millions of dollars are said to have
been expended in building her. Wo
have heard from some of the prisoners,
taken in tho gunboats, that she was in
tended to break up the blockads, and
then cruise in the Gulf and near Havana,
Brave ;ui! BiOyal
Ur ANTKII Ahl li.xlie I men f r lh - Secun I T'-ii-mM-
li.v inn nt, for service lu this Mate, l.y
au'tmr'ty of bia Kclien',y lloverii'ir .lnhnH ui l'y
Hie Kiiiim a In the regu'ar army, Including every
th ng. Homily
100 and 1 60 .terra ol' Land.
It viiit he thi? t-udeaVor of ll't! lie Id ofle-crH to III .ike
it 0 ii til" b.Ht rCiVUf-Ut1 111 H'li te.'VK ).
Thou. ho diKire lo lot ui cm i .men -,v lit pea uo-
ply imraoiiatly or by int -r, at I a lijuartera, No. li
I North Uaj'kvi streei.
J T. ). Mil KAN,
in) 2) lw i :ii
By Last Night's 'Mail.
Sprjil Jvpt.'hea to the NashvPle Union
WamiNOTON, June 1. Tbn roMowlnjr
dippmtch war received at tho War Depart
ment this i . M.: ... ,
Fikld op Batti.e, Juni? 1, 12 M.
We bsva bad feperte battle In wbicb
tbe coip of General Sumner, Htiaizelman
and Keys were cruraed against greatly su
perior numbers. Yesterday at one o'clock
toe enemy, taniDir sdvaotajre or tbn terrible
stnrm which flooded ths valley of tbe Chick
abomlny, attacked our ribt flaok. Gen.
Cusej'a Dlvbion, which was Cn io Hoe,
gave wy unaccountably.
1 his caused temporary confusion, durlntr
which the anas and isitrg ago were lost lint
llelnt7.elman and Kearney most gallantly
brought up tin ir troops wbicb checked the
enemy, and at tbe pome time I succeeded
by great exertioos In bringing across Cene
rals S 'dgewick's and Uicharlon divisions
who drove back tbe enemy at tbe point of
the bayonet, covering the ground with his
This morning the enemy attempted to re
new tbe conflict, but was everywhere repuls
ed, we have .t.i ken many prisoners among
whom are Gen. l'etiigrew and Uol. Long.
Our loss is hi avy but the enemy's must b
enormous excepting Cay's division, the
men behavtd splendidly, several fine bayo
net charges were nude.
Signed. G. P. McCLKLLAN.
Sr. Louis, June 1. Judge Ilurch, who
has been stumping tbo State as a candidate
for Governor tor some time past, was arrest
ed at RoUa on Friday by order of Col. Boyd,
commanding that post, tor uttering disloyal
sentiments while making a speech was evi
dently designed lo procure secession votes.
Quit'. a number of noisy secessionists have
oeen arrested in Ibis city wilbin a few days,
and it seems to be tbe determination of tbe
Provost Han-bol General to promptly sup
press disloyalty in whatever form it is mani
Has removed from bis old stand on Market Street
Xo. H) 13 n ion Street,
Where he will keep a full assortment of
Ladies' Gentlemen's Misses' and Children
Of the Best Make & Finest; Quality.
CuBtora Work neatly executod.-gi i
April 29, 1862. ty
TMIK attention of citizena, strangers, and others rta
ltlnar KoKhvillo, rj Hiring modidal aid, la rexrrot.
fully oilied to this nUlce, No. 21 Dcade.rlck street, sec.
ond flow, between Cherry and the Square.
nr. Colkmak ia an old practitioner of medicine; bit
almost unlimited experience snd flattering aueceat
tor many years pant, initio trentment ol phitati I;is
KAnrir, baa induced him to devote h:s undividod atten
tion to all diseases (of thla nnture. ilauy caaesol
Ibe morit Invetcrato character have promptly yielded
to his Improved method of treatment.
1'rimary, Secondary, Tertiary and Hereditary Syph
ilis, (ionorrnosa, i.ieai ana an diseases or the gomia
and urinary organs, meet with no resistance to hit
A I female Irregularities and functional IsderanKS
ments or the worno, and me disease arising bum
Uestatlon and ill manged parturition.
Every case of Reducible Rupture, and of Piles, and
Prolapsus uf the Rectum, and moat caves of Fistula,
ran bo cured by a process nearly pain leas. If either
ef tbe latter canes is undertaken by Dr. Colemas, a
cure is invariably warranted, an a careful examinatied
always presents the neceguiry indications of rucceif or
fotureby bis improved method ol operating.
rersi)U of either bo it appivinir In person or by letter
(describing; case) un the llrst cymploms of any acute
upecillo disexse, cau ue cured, in mont cases, Dy tbe
abortive method In forty-cliihl hours.
h'trtct riMilldencc, prompt attention, and moderate
r.liML" t, w,'l govern bira with hiB patrons.
ST i'o mercury used in tho treatment of venerea
duraut, as he believes (ia mont eases) it produces a
worRuUioeatte man that It is given lo euro.
Olllr.e hours I torn eight In the morning till nine to
tneareninc. Jan IS, 'oi-iy
Wssr Claim EUireaei
lias ordered Cant. HKNUV M. OITT to reci-ivo
Chums fir them , fur collection nud llnal si-tlleinent,
iigaliiM the U. n. O veriim nt in the Western De
Uo also procures i
ii:nsios, hoi;ntv no.'Nr.v, etc.
Oi-vh a With JuiIko llamiltnii,
No, 52 North Third Street,
ST. LO UIS, MO.
Will attend promptly to any eointiiiiniCHtiun. Will
sell o'leheiu , Kent to him lioin a ui.-l.in e, at a lair
Heler lo-lliin. C. B. Kinllh, J'e.c'y Interior !,. r
Wai-hiiigtun ily,l). ('.; lion. J. liiderwiod , 'Jd
Auditor Il eus, llep't, N Ml n.loil ( ity , I). (
Addreps HKSUY.M. lilTT.
my.'Sat t-l. IX)um,JIo.
HAURKI-S of Extra 1'amily Flour, by the
tjyjyj ipiuiiiity or kiiikid narrei.
OOKK, I1AII.KY A CO.
Nashville, May 31, Wi
1)11 K!N(i'8 I)ISIr,ASAHY
FOIl iUYATK i)3S!MSI;s.
,yr r'' KINO, formerly of New York, f
i' K '''j the lail rmir ymtra ol lAjiimville, Ky.
aud who laa devoted bis allouliou-i
the treatment of private uweaDea lor 80 years, Cattur
himself, having attended lo a practice ijron,n(
years, aud uurt-d so many ihoekuuda, be is enabled t
cur.ia.1 dmtaaesol a private unture.uo tualUir bna
bad they may be from injudicious melicial treat meut,
or fnmi uet'leot of theirown. lir. King's nitpiafary it
No T-i Header irk Street, between Ulierry and IherVpiare
w:oi;d atory, where be cures all dmciaci of a riv.t.
Oounrhea t ared without nauseous medlnues or id
erfcreur with bufiueite.
Hirwliirea of old or recent dat, efferiaahy oureil la
a few days, by au operation wbu.b cauea no pain.
Where a rttrirture eiittis health cannot be en)cytt
ffrlmin uo d:aeaie c.uaea ne.re ni.c.hief and ui.dw
Diiu-athe couHi.tutioo so muclt.
Syphilia, witli all the duieusa of tbe iin,jrowih
out of neglect or bad trtulmeut, can be elle'.tiiallf
Dured In a lew days.
&imui Wvnru . .PartleuiM atientioa having beea
glveo lo this diteane, and all the c,l netm-vm growing
uul of it, brought ou lu many caBa by the deairui't've
bahila of incouaidvrale ym.tha,and ne(i loilul
gnnoe of the paanumi, a nilm t uf which will undr
uiuethe o-niUutnin, reoi.i rn.g Ihe aubjert unlit lor
busint-aa or B";ieiy , and 0 i-H prematura old age.
yeraaies who n.ay be hti.nriiig r iri any dirllcully
tbe Womb niay re. I aaeured mimed :ate relief.
Feraona m.ding aluoad, by r in g and atalltig tbeil
case, with alee m'ii...-4. iiircvt m lr. A. Kiug, No. Ul
beaderick llreet, Naiih v..ie, Ttun, willb.ve the liO'-e.
ary medicine eut lu III. ir addrrwa. tt!'Me bocr
bm So'ciuck In ii aoreiag ot i ' ttt avMUig.
?reial TelepTMn to Nashville I'olon
Scattering of Rebel Troops
at Pig's Point!
Federals at Littlo Rock, Ark.l
Tiffht on Littlo Red River!
Arkansas River Blockaded!
Federals within Eight Miles
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
Strong Union Meeting at
JackBon Hastily Retreating!
Fremont in Pursuit !
Federals Occupy Strasburg!
Vamiinotox, June 2. The Rebels on tbe
Potomno opposilo Maryland Heights lust
week were scattered by our Dahlgrecus at
the fortifications at Pig Point.
Arkansas advices nay that one gun boat
aud several steamboats are at Little Rock.
The Union troops drove tbe Rebels fifteen
miles beyond Little Rod Kiver.
The Month of the Arkansas river is re
ported blockaded by the Federals.
The Char lei Lou deppatcbea states that the
Federal fleet on the twenty sixth passed two
Stono river batteries and were v. itLiu eight
miles ol Cbarleston, where great excitement
Noni'oi.K, June 2.- Uniou meeting very
spirited . Great succcbs.
War department tulvWed of probable
speedy occupation of Richmond.
llalleck telegraphs War Department, no
troops gone from Corinth to Richmond, un
less with the lat two days.
Stkasbdko, June 2. Fremont has cros ed
Shenandoah mountains, overtaking Jackson
in full retreat with whole force from Win
Chester to Mrashurg. Federals formtd line
of batile, but Jacksou decliued Gghting, and
withdrew bis main force, continuing to re
Fremont's advance Brigade, Col. Claauret
occupied Strasburg hut night, Jack-on ra
" 1" oir from th'i Commeri'lM Hotel, on the 11th
11. (t.V tf lljr. li it. Ik utiurn Lit nl' iii.ihu..
by the natriH of AAHON; about '.6 years of ae, &
feet H'i luehea hinhj weighs dboilt 115 or 16U potindo,
rather (low lo unnwer when p keu too. A.ireri be
longs to Wm. Yoniif;, of fmith oennty I am of the
ojunlon ho ha repreriented bimrelf as a tree buy
and is cooking ia eumeif tho reeirnouti. I will i uy
the above reward for thedelivery of the said boy, aa
lie wan whru ho left, to mo at the Oommerel il Hotel ,
lu Naahville, at any time In the year of IHfri.
June 1, Ci.-10t. CAM!.. K. 1IAIUC.
Light Artillery Company.
I AM now by aulh'ir.ty r ilaliiK ri Omipany Vif IJght
Artllleiy, to he attached tu the t-'w un I Keginieut
of Teimeaaee Volunteers, comiiiand' d by t'ol Ve.''im.
ThU euiiipHiiy to b'i calkid the lnl liittery of 1'eiineK
sue.of the (iovernor's Ounrda. I will piy fIS per
in- nth ai d f 100 I. mini v. Kur further inlormalion
rail uud n-e me at No. l'7'l, Smilli Murki t Strevt.
K. lliti.OKI It, I'aplain.
leadiii.irterii, No North Market Ft.
.1. T. h. Mi I.IOA.V. ( uh.riel.
.N. (i. H VNKS, Mi nt, folonel.
June 1. It K. E. I'.JISS, Hivt ilJ..r.
(governor of Slate of Tniiiessec,
To all who shall hgo
these Presents Greeting :
IS. H KBK AS, It lin been tniulo known lo inn
that a eerl iiu HVInim Il.iker ch.iry.el with
hav'"g r leimitoel a Pnil mil iilrneiom t I " ft I .K t
on the liith ihiy "f M iv, ln ! up'in tlix Imliy of
IVybnj C. ( iiwuiil, lute oi'nur i:.utiiy i f H.eii, h.m
lied Imiiii f oui j it tii e and H now running at lir.
NOW, TIIKtr.KO.-K, I, Andrew Julinit.ni, (inventor
un afirtmnl, by virtue ,f t'i power uml auiburiiy
In mi veHo-i, Uo Inrehyetl ra
REWARD OF $250
to tiny pern'ti ur perKorn hn to ly apprehend the
m. d WilliHiii ll.tker a.iit ih liver li tn In liie Provml
l.n n!i it of I lie city ol Na-I.vllle, in ortler tliht Jua
tn e In Unit beliad limy be h m l an I ev""ui.i.
r' , IV If.-IIM'NY W III Kill', I have hero
f umi nntJ et my hind aid i nn d tint (.real
I j,-.-ul o tin. 't,.te lo t.e alined al.NnMi-
r l ie, on lh hint dy i.) V:iy lf-t; J.
lit 1HK OlA " 1"K :
HUA1) II. K-i.-T, ,-eer.tery ofState.
O c JK. JL !
OH DftC " " K ' ''. ) re.iy,..l
lfIV on 0rii'iimetil, and tur rale.
Orders led at the yuril, ( (IKS'. K (iKCKIiAlt AS
CI1EKKV Hl'itEK'rs, w.ll b promptly Blled.
mays B. II. I)l( Ki:VA(erit.
SALE: OF IROIV!
( Hit' vi m k Oim k, NHH . il 1 1. i
Hay 80' h I ah '.
SKALKD bulri t'i'os (iVn I'ltiriKH, wi I be reeeued
at tins (ulii uiad li in the 7th hay of Jntu;, nx,i,
lur the h'llowii.f eaptuied prnrty, vit ;
20H Iteut II. II. Italia,
piled on the bank of I hi Cunjburlaud Kiver, Lear
1 c.rl Xaillimil. r.
lain bidder mil ttve I, pru ir ton. llujera
to lurn h rert lii al of we t t,u at bis own el n..
'Ihe (iofe-nin' nt rt:r'.:g the nirht to rr,.'l all
T K TAN V ATT,
saajSl.ld l. ei,l. ant hrdiaiiee Oil., er.
"Ijoots, Allocs aud Gaiters.
O. 13.:Pl2A il. L,
.No. IS, Fullic SlJtliltP, a
Has x n.vvn a five AoimtrvT
lail.ra laMIng l otun-a (..liter II r'..
" " .,.le Sai-rd
" Kll ami (iuat ltontois " lhbksoh
' l ino Kid ii iv in nolo.
, " . " foncrefsCvte f," lhh:k sole.
3Si..eg' (( I!ixie, n
Children's Kid IV-olem, etr.,et..
WhK U are oderftl at wholrsale or rttnil, ior ca'honly,
end at prior a to ititt the titnti.
may.Ai Im c. p., nAl L
BAUENDAHL & CO.,
"IIOi'E BLU.MN.l,-. No. y.n, M'ANK trKsET,
UAvK now Id ctore
BIuo Cloths and DocBidns,
For Army and Navy Orders ;
I ; i.orns, roit vwsi
FINK fl- HOK-KIV.J, (Rrgiiltionta.1e:1 YH.I.OW
"""i ibi.ii."w.i ana i.H.lll CKEE.i tl.OIlli
aio, a rt'i.L iinb or
E-Ql lU.U'X and MOSCOW COAT!(iSai.d VFLOl'ltf-
and 8-4 BLACK IsiESKINrt and U-AVKRS;
t!-4 FA.SXY C-ASdlMr-.Ktii,
For sale at the lowest market price. may 30- m
t KFti-? TBIME, A NICE ARTICLE, FOR 8AI.E
1V7 by the e or kswr rjuantlty.
rni.Tir: i.rr i.jhd,s erst rat rti. i.
41,MtuiU Uonege dtr.et,
noaySO-lw u. . Ilakery.
Palmer's Patent Canopy.
Hartwell's do. do.
A LI, OTHER STYLE VV
FRAMES AUD flETS,
Wholesale or Ketail, by
G. L. & J. B. KELTY,
359 Itroadwajr, Krtv Vork. .
my 29 w
A. B. SEMPLE & SONS
No. G02 Main Street,
Importers and Wholesalo Dealers
We desire to r-n.lt the attention of COUNTRY MF.R
CHANTS to our lurge stock rf goods, to wbcb we are
muking coimutnl additions.
We are enuring goods at very low price for CASH
LCEO & BOOTllEnS,
No. 24 Market Street,
UK LOW TIIK WATHON H 0 If H K,
id No. 2 BurnH flense, (iu'di,
HAVE FOR SAI.K A JAV.OK A-HO
Inclndlni; every th'uij,' in lint Vtn;
y AU) IJISH-'
lii I i!i
A Lnri'd Ai-Kitti;ieitt of
HATS uud CA'PH;
Mt'B'H.JLa'lifs' hikI Child't n't)
D09TS 1JD SHOES,
iK .J I. HMf ; -
Hliii Ik, I lnitIk i chiefs,!
Kadifo' and .In Ha'.f IIohi ,
Aril alinont fverjr thing flw kr-ft lo a
Clothing .Sloie, whi':ri they will w ll at (.'in.
him) ii ,'iu