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L. W. McCORD, Editor Pnd ruLli-her.
Firm in tl.e rk'httho Printing Press nhould be,
The tyrant's foe, tLe champion of the free;
Faithful and constant to its acrcd trunt
Culm in its utterance, in its judgincntsju.it;
Wie in its teaching; incorrupt and btrong
To ppt-ed the right and to denounce the wrong.
FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 18CC.
In tlie House of Representatives on the
18tli, the committee on elections reported
against allowing Dr. Ordway to take his
Beat, on the ground that Ire had not taken
the oath required by the franchise law pre
vious to the election. When this report
came up lor consideration, Mr. Smith, of
Hardeman, moved to amend it by adding
an additional reason, as follows: "And be
cause he took a prominent part in the re
cent revolutionary effort to disorganize and
break up the House." This amendment
was adojted by ayes 42, noes 17, and then
the report was concurred in by precisely
the same vote. The clause added to the
report by the House will, of course, apply
to the other members who "bolted" and
have been re-elected.
It is not worth while for us to say that
this is extraordinary legislation. Every
sensible man knows that these radical blood
hounds of the Tennessee Legislature had
no more right to refuse Dr. Ordway, or any
other legally elected representative his seat,
than they have to impeach the President
of the United States.'
By order of Gen. Thomas, Isl.am Hen
derson, one of the proprietors of the Louis
ville Journal, who is charged with heavy
frauds in the Q. M. department, and who
refused to answer before a miliury court
now in session at Nashville, was arrested
in Louisville on the night of the 23J inst.,
by Oen. Davis, to be sent to Thomas' head
quarters. A writ of habeas corpus, in fa
vor of Henderson from U. S. District Judge
Ballard, was served on Gen. Davis, who, in
accordance with instructions from Thomas,
refused to obey it. Henderson was still in
Tax on Cotton. We are informed that
the producers of Cotton, says the Huntsville
Independent, are not required to pay a rev
enue tax when sold, but that the two cents
per lb. that the collector requires to be paid
by the producer before shipment, will be
added to the returns of 6ale made by their
commission merchants. For instance, if a
planter 6hips cotton to Memphis or Nash
ville and it is sold for 40 cents per lb., he
gets forty-two cents a pound, thus getting
back the 2 cents internal revenue tax, which
tax fall3 upon the buyer.
Gxxeral Scott, the N. Y. Herald says,
Unhesitatingly endorses the policy of the
'President, and approves of his Twenty-seo-vnd-of-February
speech. The staunch old
Soldier expresses the hope that he will yet
ee the North and South more firmly bound
together than ever, and that to effect this,
President Johnson has adopted the only
true and proper course.
-The Action of the House of Regresenta-
tives Members ExcV-jd.
Jjority ofTntree' eWtione
.'e Houso" of Representatives report
fdav that the following crentlemen, elect-
in that body: Messrs. W. K. Poston and
-( S. P. Walker, of Shelby; N. Brandon, of
Stewart; Asa Faulkner, of Warren, A. R.
Wynne, 'of Sumner; Wm. Simmons, of
Franklin; and T. II. Bledsone, of Lincoln,
Marshall and Giles. A minority of the
committee reported against these gentlemen
taking their seats for the following reasons:
"They beg leave respectfully to state
that it is within the personal knowledge of
most of the members of this body that the
gentlemen recommended as entitled to seats
in this House did, during the past winter,
enter upon and carry out a deliberate scheme
tu disorganize the House and the Legisla
ture and paralyze the State government,
by leaving their seats upon a call of the
ayes and noes, by refusing to answer to
their names when called, though present
iu their 6eats, and finally by a concerted
resignation they were successful in their
designs. The evidence before the commit
tee ia plenary that their conduct was en
dorsed by their constituents, who are most
ly disloyal, and they are returned hero with
the avowed object and design of repeating
their past course. The undersigned, there
fore, believe that the House owes it to the
loyal people of the State to refuse them
seats ia the body."
This report of the minority of the com
mittee was sustained by a vote of 42 to 18,
and thus the Representatives elect from tl.e
counties named were refused their Beats.
At Union Church, in Hawkins county,
East Tennessee, on last Sunday week, the
funeral of John Ellis, a Confederate soldier,
was to be preached. Two men named
Walters interrupted the meeting, and be
ing remoustrated with, one of them shot
Klbridge Ilord, Esq., of that county.
Whereupon, Smith, an ex-Confederate sol
dier, shot Walters, killing him instantly.
The fire was returned and Smith was slight
ly wounded, but shot again, mortally
wounding the other Walters.
Dr. OaDW-Yieturned heme Monday.
Several negroes were being prosecuted
in the Criminal Court at Memphis, last
week, for keeping tippling and billard sa
loons, in violation of the State laws, and
their attorneys plead the Civil Rights Bill
in abatement. Judge Hunter has since
rendered his decision in these causes. He
holds that the Civil Rights Bill is ihe su
preme law of the land, all State laws to the
contrary notwithstanding, and gave judg
ment accordingly in favor of the defend
ants. To Attorney Geueral has signified
hia intention of carrying the case to the
higher courts Gazette. '
The Last Volley.
Col. John S. Mosby visited Le?sburg
last Monday on professional business. Be
cause be happened to wear a cape in these
piping times of peace, which had on it seve
ral brass buttons with the coat of arms of
Massachusetts on them, the Federal Cap
tain in command theie declared his purpose
to arrest him and cutheni off. Beinr un
willing to submit to this treatment, but dis
posed to do anything in reason to avoid a
breach of the peace, the Colonel at the sug
gestion of a friend, consented to leave the
burg. The Captain with four troopers and
sixty infantry endeavored to intercept his
retreat, but was two late, by several mo
ments to effect his object. When the Col.
rode upon the crest of a hill, lie looked
back and saw the doughty warriors make a
furious bayonet charge upon a hay-stack
which had served to conceal him from their
view when he made his exit. The specta
cle was so ludicrous he could not repress
an incl'nation to whoop. He did so, and
at the same time raising his hat, he waved
a parting adieu. The irate Captain ac
knowledged the compliment by ordering a
leaden volley from the sixty guns to be
fired at the Colonel. The bullets whistled
closely but harmlessly past him and made
music which reminded him of by-gone
years of strife.
We believe the Massachusetts button is
the symbol of treason, and e are some
what surprised that tho Colonel wa3 so
disloyal as to retain one on his cape at the
risk of liberty and life. Warrenton ( Va.)
Index, April 14.
The Union and American says Saturday
last was set apart for the Committee on
Reconstruction to make up their final report
on the plan to be submitted to Congress
for restoration. On the Committee coming
together, it was ascertained that Senator
Fessenden was too ill to be present, and it
was thereupon determined to postpone the
matter till his recovery. It is believed,
however, that the Committee have agreed
substantially on the constitutional amend
ment approved by Senator Stewart, which
virtually prohibits all discrimination among
the people of the States on account of race
or color in civil right or in the right of
suffrage. If this is adopted it is believed
that it will cut off Tennessee from the bene
fit of the report already made to the House.
There are no new developmental) regard
to the Jefferson Davis trial before the
House Judiciary Committee, though thr,y
weretery busily engaged in examining th
testimony before them. From present in
dications it is bel-eved the Committee will
report certain legislation perfecting the
United States Circuit Court, as to insure
his trial for treason at the June ttrin.
'".Distress in Alabama
picture 'CTie "distress now prevailing. in
CherokC and adjoining counties in Ala
bama. Many farmers have been compelled
to abandon their farms from their inability
to procure corn to enb!a them to make a
crop. They offer lo give a lk-n on the crop,
their stock, and also the land itself, to aay
one who will furnish them, and they hj.d
hoped by some of these means to" secure
feed for their stock and bread for their
families, until the wheat harvest, that
promises finely, should be available. But
they have been disappointed, and their
present situation is indeed deplorable. A
meeting of the planters was called at Centre
a few days since, for the purpose of ascer
taining the actual wants of the people.
About a hundred men were present, five
sixths of whom, before the war, had been
thrifty farmers. Of this number only seven
reported that they had corn enough to do
them until the wheal harvest; for a bushel
of corn now they offer a bushel of wheat
after harvest, or ten pounds of cotton next
. The New York Tribune 6ays: "After
years of war-
which the negro
fought like a man he was sent home with-
out a dollar of bounty, whenever the mus
ter-roll failed to state that he was free be
fore a certain date. Time and again the
Tribune trit-d to have this unjust decision
reversed. The Attorney General did so,
but the Secretary of War decided that the
wrong should continue. The negroes were
mustered out. Their rolls were notorious
ly imperfect. Not one in a hundred re
ceived any bounty. Shrewd claim-agents
bought their papers for a song, and now,
to benefit these speculators, to put millions
of dollars in their pockets not a pnny go
ing to the negro a resolution is ofh-rt-d
j "paying the negroes their bounties." This
j is a great country, but when ii take a no
i tion it can do a very mean thing."
I Give it to 'era, Greely. Dog eat dog
You have all been hypocrites, scoundrels
and liars. None of you care for the negro,
70U fi!1 7' Tocke
Tue New York Tribune was started on a
capital of -SI, 000, borrowed money.
Receipts of internal revenue last week
Admiral Skmmes is named in the Mobile
papers for Judge of Probate in that city.
A firm in Albany has received an order
to manufacture fifty thousand Fenian flags.
There is great stagnation in the boot
and shoe market at the North.
Orders have been received to remove the
monitors from Cairo during the next ten
The Wheeling Intelligencer, the leading
paper in Wesf Virginia, derides the idea
of the re-union of that State with Virginia.
Fragrant. Thirty-three elegant bou
quets were presented to the Senators who
voted for the Civil Rights bill, by tho ne
gro women of Washington on Monday.
Dickens declined a recent invitation to
read before Victoria, on the ground that he
would not f.o as a performer where he was
not received as a gentleman.
It is the opinion of prominent Congress
men that the present session of Congress
will be clo.sed early in June. Apart from
the subject of reconstruction, all other
business can be closed in several weeks.
Our advices from the continent show
that the war attitude was still mantained by
Austria and Prussia. France, England and
Italy were agitated, and their commercial
and financial interests sensibly affected by
What will Congress impeach the Presi
dent for for doing his duty? Certainly;
that is what they will impeach him for.
They will not impeach him for doing what
is not his duty; that is just what they do
Nine months ago Pit Hole City, Pa.,
consisted of two houses. A daily paper is
suing 3,000 copies, iwelve thriving hotels,
over 50,000 letters received a month, indi
cate what the place is now. A map which
is a month old is rather behind the time in
A confidential clerk in an English bank,
who had committed extensive forgeries and
made his escape to this country, was ar
rested in Brooklyn a few days a-o, and sent
back under the extradition treaty. He will
pass od the Atlantic his wife and five
children, now on their way to join him
here in obeuience to a letter sent when he
thought himself secure.
A Waphington dispatch of the 22d inst.
says: "Hon Edmund Cooppr
elect from Lennesse. fe.-f-a. !
naled hs the . President's acting
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Screiarv. He comes with an enviable
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reputation for the leal business ability
necessary to fill the position with credit to
him and satisfaction to all with whom his
new duties bring him in contact.
:or. There is much loo-ifl
and humor in Uitrollowing paragraph from
,John Van Buren's recent speech at Albany:
V Heroes like Grant, Sherman, Meade, Far
f agut, Lee aad Johnston, declare tha the
war is ended, i Know tnat neroes like ote-
tvens, Sumn,6)ouglas and Downingdeny
thlTTacV re'feirto"takSrth6 "testimony
of thlscTwho participated in it.
Women requ5. more sleep than men,
and farmers less than those engaged in any
other occupation, except, Editors and print
ers, who require no sleep at all. Lawyers
can5 .sleep as much as they choose, as they
will 4.hu3be kept from doing worse. An
exchange says that Clergymen are allowed
to sleep twenty-four hours and to put their
congreg;on9 to sjeep oncea week.
The President opened anotheTcoh-
troversy by his Peace P'toelamation. It
appears that ha does not recognise Wpgt
Virginia as"a State." He studiously avoids
the word State of West Virginia, but speaks
of it as "that part of the State of Virginia
lying West of the Allegheny Mountains,"
and as "certain specified counties in the
State of Virginia," and as "the forty-eight
counties of Virginia designated as Western
Virginia. 99 Memphis Commercial.
A Fabt Railway Train. The London
and Northwestern railway company intends
putting a train on the road torun express
between London and Liverpool without
stopping at any of the intermediate stations.
Water will be taken up from a trench at
Rugby, while the train is in motion, with
( out any perceptible slacking of the speed.
Smoking and refreshment rooms will be
attached to the train, which will accomplish
the distance of two hundred and 6even miles
in four hours.
The Radical journals are horrified at tl.e
f-uggestions of some Democratic papers that
the President will not enforce the Civil
Rights bill, bflievins it to be unconstitu
tional. We notice that some of tl; mode
rate Republican journals are mnknij similar
suggestion. Sis tl,e Buffalu Commercial
Advertiser: "S-lf resp-ct and a :ri-ci-n-tioiis
n-gard for iis ligv.i-.ns will, in our
opinion, imp '.-I lini (:h,- Pr.-i ! u t ) ir r
fus" to OHiiy mi; i!,o?e ir';.i:- .f th.
wi.icit h has d hi i U'i-oii:iiutional.'
and it -xprt-ssfs in ln.p- i nt Ij ; will Jo
60, to . h end iii.it tue Supivrue Court of
the United StateB might puss upon the
validity of the law.
Andrew Johnson's Last Speech to the
The following is the speech in full of tho
President to the colored troops and colored
societies in Washington on the 19th inst :
HE WARNS THE FRfiEDMEX.
My colored friends, I have nothing more
to say to you on this occasion than to thank
you for this compliment you have paid in
presenting yourselves before me on this
your day of celebration.
I come forward for the purpose of indi
cating my approbation and manifesting my
appreciation of tl e respect thus offered and
conferred. I thank you for the compliment,
and I mean what I say, and I will remark
in this connection that the time will come,
and that before a great while, when the col
ored population of the United States will
find out who has selected them as a hobby
and a pretense, by which they can be suc
cessful in obtaining power, and who have
been their truest friends, and wanted them
to participate and enjoy the blessings of
THE NEGRO NOT HIS HOBBY.
I know how easy it is to cater to the pre
judice, and how easy it is to excite the
feelings of prejudice and unkindness. I
care not for that. I have been engaged in
this work in which my all has been staked.
I was not engaged in it as a hobby, nor
did I ride the colored man for the sake of
giving power to what I did. for the purpose
of establishing the great principle of free
dom, and thank God I feel, and know it to
be so, that my efforts have contributed as
much, if not more, in accomplishing this
great national guarantee, than those of any
other living man in the United States.
ANOTHER LICK AT THE SHIRKERS.
- It is very easy for colored men to have
pretended friends, ensconced in high places
and far removed from danger, whose eyes
have only abstractly gazed on freedom, who
have never exposed their limbs or property,
and who never contributed a sixpence in
the furtherance of the great cause, while
another periled his all and put everything
sacred and dear to man, and those he had
raised and who live with him no0, enjoy
his property with his consent, and receive
his aid and assistance, yet som others
who have done nothing are considered the
great defenders and protectors of the color
ed friends, here to day, that the time will
come, and it is not far distant, when it will
be proved who are your best friends".
WHO ARE TOUR TRUE FRIENDS.
My friendship, as far as it has gone, is
not for place or power, for I had these
already. It has been a principle with me,
and I thank God, that the great principle
has been established that whenever a being,
in the language of a distinguished orator,
triads American soil his soul swells within
him in appreciation of the great truth that
K a crjiii j f,f. i rorlnj rr nil i i A yr (anflro tori
he stands forh redeemed and regenerated
by the genius of universal emancipation, j
piause. inenjei me mingle witn you ;i
in the celebration of the day which com
monced your freedom. I do it in all sin-
kceritv and truth, and trust in God. and that
ina ossings wnicn nave Deen comerreu,
may oe enjoyed ana appreciated Dy you,
and that you may give them a proper di
rection. There is something for all to dj
You have solemn duties to perform; and
you oughto remember that freedom is not
an idea, it must be reduced to practical r
ality. Men in freedom tny themselves
things which seem to be embraced in the
idea of universal freedom. . -
THE FRKEDMAN ASD HIS FREEDOM.
It is with you to give evidence to the
world and the people of the United States
whether you are going to appreciate this
great boon as it shouldbe, and that you are
Let me thank you forthe compliment you
have paid me by passing through here to
day and paying your respects to mo. D
repeat again, the time will come when, you j
will know who have been your best friend, j
and whether I- have not been your friend.
Accept my thanks.
ENTHUSIASM AMONG TUE. FREEDME5.
..The band struck up a lively tune. Mean
whilethe President remained, very many of
the colored persons approaching a,D4k
ing hands with him. The procession tnen
reformed and took up the line of marcl)
along Pennsylvania avenue. When passing',
the Capitol cheer after cheer rent the air,
in compliment to their legislative friends.
Never before has there been such a demon
stration of colored, people in Washington,
who were joined by friends from other
places. There was probably four or five
thousand persons in the procession, while
ten thousand of the same raoe were inter
ested spectators, manifesting their joy and
happiness by waving their hats ahd hand
kerchiefs, and oheering lustily the passing
A Smart Girl Wonder or the Age.
The Augusta (Georgia) papers announce
the advent to that city of Miss Ann Eliza
Leak, who was born in that State, without
arms. She is represented as exceedingly at
tractive in her personal appearance, and as
t-xbibiting the most wonderful dexterity in
the use of her feet. She writes with her
toes much better than most persons do with
ihrir hands, besides knitting, sewing, em
broidering, crocheting and doing all kinds
of n-dta-wGrk with astonishing ease and
The Mississippi has cut a channel thro'
Tairapin Neck, in the vicinity of Vicks
buig, thus shortening the river about four
The Eill to Indemnify Loyalists.
Mr. Sen'er of the State Senate, in accord
ance with a suggestion made in the last
message of the "Governor, introduced on
Tuesday, a bill to indemnify loyal citizens
for losses sustained in putting down the
The first Section obligates the State of
Tenuessee to assume and pay the loyal
citizens of this State the following discrip
tion of claims when the same shall be prov
ed and established as required:
1. All claims for horses, mules, cattle,
hogs or other live stock, forage and porvis
iona of every description, taken and used
by the national forces during their occupan
cy of this State, ia waging war against the
2. All claims for damages by the national
forces in the destruction of fences, build
ings or other improvements, or of timber
or fixtures to real estate, and for the use and
occupation of lands, houses or other prop
erty by said forces.
3. All claims for property taken, used,
destroyed, occupied or injured by the rebel
forces in any part of the State subsequent
to the occupation of Knoxvillo by Major
General Burcside; Provided, That such of
the aforesaid claims as are collected from
the general Government under the laws of
the United States and the rules and regu
lations of the Departments thereof are not
hereby assumed, and shall not be paid
under this act. V. k A.
In connection with Edwin Booth's great
success in New York now, in Bulwer's
play of "Richelieu," says an exchange, "it
is a singular fact that the family of Bulwer
Lytton inherited their present home, Kneb
worth Manor, of the family of Booth, and
in one of the old rooms the Lytton arms
are quartered with those of Boooth. The
families were connected by marriage.
ijg i Quantity per Acre, j
:6,)Trom S to 10 ft.. I
; Red Clover - -
i Timothy, - -
! Flax, - - - -
; Ky. Blue Qraas, -
! Red Top, - - -I
Millet, - -
i Hungarian, - -
iRye, - - - -
i Oats, - - - -
j Wheat - - -
! Com, - - -
j Barley, - - -
j Beans, - - -
! Peas, - - -
j Pea Nuts, -
Irish Potatoes, -
Sweet do -
I Dried Peaches -)
to bushel :
4 to 1 " j
M to X
H to j
1 to 2
2 to 3
JitolK " i
4 to 6 quarts, I
1 " I
lto2K " :
" 9 to 10
Pealed, - - -i
j Dried Peaches, -I
Unpealed, - -)
! Dried AnPles. -
; Corn Meal,
j Hominy, -!
; Onion Setta,
I Sugar Cane, -!
Cotton Seed, -
I25 From 2 to 3 fta
No 43 College Street,
Green & Green,
Corner Fourth and Main Streets.
0US HAT and CAP' STOCK
TA1 -rnirrio I1 that is r
.'t il deniriible in
EtvlesoiV; flna J:.after '7 besides many
siyies 01 rMT own tnae resign. j
0TIEr FUENISHINQ DEPARTMENT
Contains a largo jj comi'loto assortment of every
thinr tbat a gentle-nan Eeoaa, in ahirta, underwear,
Hosiery, Ties, fclcarft, Suspenders, UJovcs Collars.
" A Large line of Goods for
The manufacture of our "Kentucky Yoke Shirts"
forms a very prominent feature of our business.
These shirts are made from actual mersuremcnt,
and -warrnted to fit or "no sale."
DIRECTIONS FOR SELF-MEASUREMENT,
and blank orders sent to tboR who cannot conve
niently call, and goods sent by Express.
PLANTATION HATS AND SHIRTS,
In quantities to huit, and all qualities.
One IPrico Only.
All Goods Warranted as Represented.
NEW AD VE RTISEMNTS,
"T7"E the undersigned do hereby forewarn all per-
V sons of all colors from fishing in Pigeon-roost,
creek with net or seine within our premises.
april 2, 1S0G-41 WM. MAXWELL.
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
Large lot of cheap Bread-stuiT for sale. Coun-
try produce nurellilf eA. an.l nnnrmnt Tanno.o
money taken in trade.
aril 2-lf FISHER & TIARRIS.
110 .A.c:refc? of
Isanti for Sale.
PURSUANT to a decree of tho Chancery court at
t n1' 1Xl th? canso of Wmis Worley va John
L Mitchell and others, I will J
On Tuesday the 22d of May, next,
sell to tho highest bidder, on a credit of one and two
years with interest, a tract of 118 acres cf Land on
Buchanan's creek, adjoining the lands of Mrs. Mar
garet Ezell, Pleasant New, Joseph McMillion and
others being the same heretofore sold by A J Par
tin toohn L Mitchell. Sold free from redemption.
Notes with pood security required and a lien retained",
april 15-td A COX, c m.
1 PURSUANT to decrees of tho Chancery court at
Pulaski in the cause of J B Stacy, adm'r. versus
Vrsula Shell and others, I will
On Monday the 21st of May next,
sell to the highest bidder, at the courthouse door in
Pulaski. A House and L.ot in Pulaski,
situatod between the Methodist church and J Lew
JonoV lot, belonging to the estato of John Shell,
dee"d, being the same on which he resided at tho
time of his death. Terms. $50 cash, and tho bal
ance on a credit of 6, 12, 13 and 24 months with in
terest. Also, rt the same time and place, the
Store House and Lot
on the east side of the public squarenext door to
Ballentine's corner being the same now occupied
by Josh Caruthers. Sold to enforce the vendor's
lien in tho cause of A M Ballentine va J B Stacy,
adm'r. and others Tebmb. Credit of 6, 12, 13 and
24 months with interest. Notes with good security
will be required of purchasers and a lien retained.
aprill5-td A COX, o Am.
jchn r. IZlI.I., 8AM. cniLDERa
John P. Ezell & Co
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
Hardware Queensware and Glass-Ware,
HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
GROCERIES. JEWELRY &
East Side of the Public Square,
OTJRold friends and the public generally are res
pectfully invited to give us a cali. apr 18
PERKINS and CO.,
and General Commision
On West Side of the Public Square,
THEY offer at private sale, at Nashvillo prices,
Family Groceries and other articles usually kept
in their line, and solicit a sharo of public patronage
Consignments, and an exchange tor Country Pro
livery Saturday and Monday Mornings.
It is an old but true saying that
"MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE
and now yo have a chance to save money.
Ward and Shapard
aro just in leceipt of
-A. TVlfoE STOCK
. .rCi.nl. mnA r.nno Ttrv finod-i flit
SPRING AND SUMNER,
Pirectly from the city of New York, bought at
Greatly Eeduced Irice
and will be
Sold as Low as the Lowest.
T)ERSONS wishing to purchase will da well tocaJl
J and examine our stock before buying elsewber.
Wo have in Store
Every Description of Dry Goods,
Every description and price of
Ladies' .Dress Goods,
Every style of Shirts,
FLOUNCING, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Kibbocs, White Goods, Hoeiery,
A Large Lot of Ladles' Wrapping,
A largo and well selected itock of
CLOTHS AND CAB3IM?!REa,
which we can sell very low,
p. complete stock, made especially for thia trade,
HATS, BOOT3 AND SHOES.
Hardware and Queensw arc,
and an eni'ess variety of
Notions and Other Goods.
We bolicit an examination of onr stock br cor
frieuds and tho public generally, feeling confident
that we can give entire satisfaction in quantity qual
ity and price. You will 2nd ns at tho fttom in rc
;';ird to prices. march 30, lbSS.
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st that we have a splendid JOB-
:tion with our Newnpapor elbv
Oh F1CE in connection
linkmcr.t. which enables us to tiut ur a neat iob &
can h dcne.an where in the Slut. Jirin 5 on your
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