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TOL. I.
LOUDOX, TENNESSEE, JUNE 10, 1853.
NO. 30.
I'MII I-il I V. It My V
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Cot.. JOHNSON AND THE KAST 'YES- I KNOXVILI.Il.t LOUISA' 1 1 1 I' R I R) 1) of . . n .i i i, t -.i , , .
vl. . , ,.,., , ,,, .-.,. L. .. ! , u "''--I'OAIJ . ot those towns could not be- built except wish ; line extends the East Tv
NESSEE AN1 VIRGINIA RAILROAD. Cwirc,,,.,, ,.,'.,.',-.,,',, ',-r, 'woo-, v v( i, r 7 . - - - ami
n , ,, , t . , , , ! , ... ; " 'l , grades, own to the mountainous roa.l, 120 nules ail of which U under contra.
Ihe ohovvitig extract, t a, r,m a blur j .... roo .,! ,;,, points on Cue Liar. oo,urv throng, which it wot,hl pass, and at a ' nml i.i rapid tcss of construction t ,
,,,:, by oh ..oHxsox .o an ,uP: agent -em , A me,,in ,f th- several committees appoint- ,c,-3,aria!!y very ,reat expense. The same ; line, Virginia wiM connect with a rail roa.l fro,
en, lessee and Virginia i
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T,v::s in I'i I I v Ci.nts ia .-i, ,,,.,: : Tin:::!. i'-l.-1
mv::s ::t c; in:! cm i f ve.-n-.
AM-nir:sr,-v., i ... . . .- ., .j C n. I i .'. w nl low Ins position at tnat i i.-s t- .If;.,..,..- ,.r,t, . : r in.:,i i i - , . . . , .
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t . T ' .. , , 11 tl y : l- t-i.-ir-i Konwid.s I nii.. hy li;c ( oSjtMlioiis, as i;ir as luc cusnmittco aru lafnn- Lyncli?Mir-!i, miles; mcrotlia:! ono t!;:rl of
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IV .(Vs,:,n:d Card., . f-vo li,,.-.. i ." ' 1 '" '''i'' W!, w T" "'!'- r,;a'1 l'.v ,!,:,!,.v " V.m.-U of l.ouisvii!,.. f..r the propos.-d raur-imi .'il.,., of the Cmnb.-rlan 1 vh vv f.-r a con.Mera- wi:h -r-al en- r -
0::.,r;,r,.fclu;.n '" 1 l'- ' 'e:...s ot the ro.nl bvfore the Male l,,w,,n Knoxvil!,. and .oui.- i!!e. w:x 1: 11 i:i ; hie distiinc, as weil a.s thro.. Ji that more im- : Fro::, Lvnehh.r di there U n.vv
:.!fo..i..m!, ::r a"x U!,,,,,-tl,,li!u , ii.e eoty ..,IJrt ro..! ti,;.s dtv on wv.ne ' iaediat..iv in the neij.;b-rhoo.i u.-iivii:.-. ' conneetion provided f..r t.
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LOUDON :
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THEL0UD0ir FREE PRESS."
For 1353. - v
Having :i"-',;:i,i ih,. ,.;:.,:-,u;. r, ;;,;:,;'
ilrVi-; i.f j.iav:::;!!-ls, v.. fr.-l the
Mr.- i:iere ie t!ie i i; .. , a , f ,-.:r -r. r.
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1:1V ininii:i-', Mav 21. IIo:i .lames S. -1 ' -,-.. .'.1 ,. 1.,- n I! -.-nv r.f vnrr lii .h t. V. ... 1 V.'.. 1.:.. ..... . i
MM-nnt-ipal oojectm v,nun , ,h,s .neoner- M:!,,,r, ,. ehair, and Col. Wni. ' ,d-.-S and with numeroiH and ,h-rt cr.rves.- Lvnchhur h. Knoxville, Dalton. and Seln 'n
out -pi.-tle. is in sav one or two wor-.ls in relation i: i,;t . ,1 , , .. , " '
1 . ;u ' . ll-I.....M.1.o11,,.d N-eretttry. M l:e proposition torun iroin a point on the Nadi- .hi., nr- lion r.carU- n direct line between
to tiie aloi-ioii m vour I.frr to ti,e Kadro-'d -w. ,,,, .- , . 1. , ., , 1 - 1
,. ( , -f r . , ., , s'e:-t::ne sp.-nt 1:1 consultation. 1.1 ex- Mho and I.ou,-v.i!e rond some miles soul It of New- Yor!; and New Orleans, and the chain of
?'"'';.;,. 'U m' '"'0'! W;':1' i,,",U, n";.-r v.i.tf- upon rail -l charts and stan- ; .!t river up the Kollin- I't.r valley tt) the ' roads rassin? throu..h these points will not
if'i mnps, aii-i m .(i.-i!ss,i,.r tiie necessity and i i.eizhborhood of lauillo wtniM flacc the road . varv at
THE PARENTS
He who checks a child with terror,
Stops Lis piny and stills its song-,
Not alone commits an error,
B..t a great and moral wronj.
Give it p'ay n- ; never fear it.
Active life is no defect;
Never, never break its spirit,
Curb it oidy to direct.
Would yo'i stop the flowing river,
Thinking it would tease to flow?
Onward it mist fow fueMr;
Ihjiter teach it where to e-o.
C'.rrt.pnnden'e of tl.e Chrl-tn Courier.
Wasiiinctox, Mav 2t". The trial of Charles
5, ,. 1 .1 1,. ,,,:. -i . - 1 ........ j........ w.i. ......... ...v iinivj uvu. n a.-oiim; io, .iav r. 1 11c iriai 01 v nanes
uav ii.. nr. w 11.. :i :.!ueeit to :-)::iet:i::e.' tan ',!;. e. ., :!,;!;.,. ,,r .... ... , . o 1 ' , , .1 .... , ... I '
is a f d! over.- '' ' ' . . i'-I"" ;r:-n.,a.., a special ; ':'d oy no means t!ie most stntabhvatnl . a iV,r line. j Cardinrr, upon a like endictment for perjury, is
' ' . . ' ":mi!ti; f seven per--.ns. c-oiivtin of Hon. ; ord.irai.-iifTen.siuhe di-tance nn'MwMjMent-.; . At Cleveland, Tenti., SO miles below Knox- ! t0 (.m,.,el.t., ou "d",,-..?.,.- cr-tr-v to the wish
i;1 a co-er-a:,..:, w.t.. Hr. Cunningham. I ,.n U. (Voider and M.-ij. C. Wallace, of Knox- !yV t!e co.t of makin-such a road. To make a viile, the Ea.t leenes-ee and G.,da road j aiA wtJt of xm ti Z'- who h not
" ' ! i:l ,:yA' ''; St".:i.'V .'.l0 ' ill.-. Mr. A. Williams and Dr. Ih.rton. of Will- :o ad foen the Nashville road un the C recti river branches the easterly fork rt.ns to Dalto.i Ga.. 1r0!,:ire( fr tV tHal. and has ,,ot'Jt hand the
," ! '; t Z1;11'1 u-'n... In- t.i.Miov iamd.ur.'.Mr. John iMfpatrielc, o( Somerset. : ve.Iley. is li ihle to the o'ljectioit that the dis- an 1 there connects with the Wotern Atlaidie i ;,,., lf.t, nd;,.d rpon l,v the "overrun...,:. TIo
; ic.'.ve .ei . 1 o..' exeee...:: jiv cieunajorv :u:. 1 i o . 1 .. . ,. 1 r 1 ,t ,r . . .- ... ... .-. , , ... . ! 1 - ' r
'ein-,i., our 1 bors
h this dolr ib'.. . we h.n- d.
. 1 sn ao our ui. es.
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that all wh . feel an 1
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num i.-r d s.;l...;!,..s- i', .v y.
we cannot :.: i .,. v .A .? t r
aiproprVto a,.1.;, ..;,. !;,.;, ,., r;t;
w:i x;r: !-..:, : ! ' :- - us :;,..r.l.
no: '.eea n:. noticed bv 11
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p .n oftl..- 1
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ml-inlv Win.;1
"iiatory and an, M.srs. Sanders
ami 1... Mire to v,. I)
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. " 0.1 11 11. j 1 .1 1 ne , . . . ' o . 1 . 1 iv . .' . 1 1 ic 10 1 .on 1-0 ii ie o e i 1 ue 01 ei.nv i-...i.i o. ci i... n .m in : 10 . 1 1 1.1 u 1.1 . . it,.v vv j j j pei-hans Uisa " n-e 1 n tie1 I at t-r cr.se a s
b Oallahcr, of Louisville, was animint- tlcreby '.-reatlv bu-reit :.!. nn.l throifh n 1-irro G:i. Thr.-e se'.er:i!e roads connect at this i ,,..n r. i 1 . ...e. . .. : . ..1 ... .,. 1.
I"'1''!'",' '- r-;'0, ;,n' d to pres:it.at an a bjourned tr.eclin.,' to be held portion ,.f the iot- th..- road could oidv be made point: the tir-t, to Moutouurv, Ala.. I." miles j t,.;(.,i .,011 ;,i(TlM.r.t fr r.-r-rr m! ir
i.e-! i : .ei. ::.: .i t.i nrin ' a..,, ut liarniouy and ;,, ii .. , , . , , . ,. , , , A, , i 1
1,1 ''v ,Lr"U"ral I. ids he.-.rnc' niioa . !.v an mimense exo' ii. .u me ot money. : t oumh-teil. V rem .Montgomery to i ensaeoia. ; .. i :H iiu-ir 't t.i m-o. i!..it n tT, otner
"' " "" l"' ' ' ' " """ '" I1''' .'.ri'.'at enei"iv:-e under considerali.m. i Thse nr.tioshion eoe.si l..i-..,l l.e il.p on .he !ilf. I TO miles, a road is now under con- r.. ,t. ,.i...l.. ..... . .v....
. . . , t I I v - - - i . i i.t i v . nil ia'. ."I'.ii un iiMiii. ill.' uiiu
ii. u ii .e,e. i:no ine l.e 1 1,,, .1,
..:ei .'.
i ..: -! I V ,'ae
.1 e v . ! a i ae two i-a an.r v a.e s ( on a in in j;
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ci;d eo
. committee as beim liable to ., many (ddes iions tract: the 2 to Macon and Savannah, 2!2 .ni!s j ,.,dtllc.r ,,f ,j. Cardiners will 1-e c-nvic ted un-
the delegates re- ; as to l.e cntindv out of the oue-!ion. The on- completed am! in operation: tho :), to Augusta ; - .,, hidictmeiit s whatever mav he the ooin-
i o-Kify ceir' r i en. wlien ly plan which .seems to present to the commit- Ga.. and Charleston S. C. odd miles. A road Jon :.s to their con. hut. Ie:t. in t', civil suit
oitee n:a !e the fvillo'.via-' i tee the asurante of the sneedv fomi.letiim of is oroiected to connect 1 a!t-;i wit:, the A 1- ! f .,. , I, , ,r i :.,..,!;,., r .1 ,.-1.:. 1.
I!- ;!: ! the roa.l. is the proportion the I.onisx iile and abaina and T.-nnessee river or Seima rev', at j, ;,,.v m.der iidoe 'io':. the I'ait,. ,J Mates mar
ial eoiaojinee ;:;v dnted at a meet- l-'rankli.rt I.'ai're:id Cum:, anv to make a branch Jarksonville. A hi., tl.e distance is 0 miles, and ; t:,,, c :'. . ... .o ,i .....
;n !::: .r.-- t .e i;
( i implex. -ei is u n. i
xv" are '- dv Ja 1 iV-tt l'.e
1
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iv. are d.'.mi:.
;r; to ;.ii- '
evil t '.me s o! uiiree-m '.yr;
for a time at h-a-t eea- d. a;, 1 1
so reccv.lly in a nt a ea -to.:,
th.-r in fri..d-hiti and ia j..
u mred i-:" i:-; :i:i 1 i;:d:.- 1 ; i- 1, ea ; . ii;. ; - .
iu'i'.-e-i- a. id the fr- ,, ",.
look ; . the j.r.eiv,::..:, eftl.e later,..; : ufA : v'.
ture, (.f Man:,.'h ioris and (",,:,, v., :; .-
bchi' by iar more :mp..r:ai.! to ;'-e iii;;e.e. .
m. :,t of the e,e::,;rv. than ::::v t d i i i . a U-:u
e n.eeti.f' i'len a1 i. creed.
At S ii (dock iii the cveail
i Aia.ei or nearly so.arrayeil a:ai.i( each ..,,.!libh d in t
ei r. :u o ji,a;Te!.iU aoou. tl.e iocatou ot the
r ad, the i tie-r tv,-, r..:al divi . us oflhe S.ate,
.a-- to .'I- lined to iiAolve the State further in
, ' ' ' ' ' " ' " '" ' 'v' '' - ": -uti-- this eeiiin'. ai'ier consulting from their r to I!a!-.-'nl-'e,i '. and thence to tlie route f.tvo.ri!., and there is every reason to ' Govtraiiieiit wiU r-.-ovcr about half t!n sum a
j ' "" ' e u '" .,... ii o.ii hi . not -i .i . ii,- an; in ; t'i 'insebe-. and earethlly co.isid- the State line in the direction of Koxi!lo. be!iee this road will be ender contract, in ! warded to Ir. Gardi.u r, but not a c-.-.it of tin
.' : -IV v.c .:l..e,l upon sh.ni !..r a..! Ill Worh of in - ., r s, hemes nf .. iblie i..n.roM..,,.o. 'That this fnmivim- ud!t 1... :,!.!.. t,-. .5.. c. wo!, tu.ece m h . - jir 1 .....11.,,, r 1
, ; 1 " ' ' ! .ii'.. ..iii'.ii ii.iLi i'.. e " , . ' . . . . i " - a : i ...
1'nir.i i,.' ..; e,.J ,f m I.',,.,,,.:;: l r ,.:. .,,....:, r . l. r i ..:... i: .... ti r ..'... i-? ; i . . - . . . . , . .
j ,,. iii!... .ii. .iii'i i . i . 1 1 . - .ii, I.,,!,!. oi in. c 1 1 oi j .on i i 1 ie, to i lie i a I e , . . 1 1 ioi ,v o . 'in ie cu. ::u -e:e ii , o ic v : icm . i aro 1 1 icl' .v.
-:""u''' at.d oro- and w d;h:nr carefully the force of many '. e. nt aked bv thetn. the committee f div be- , Ch.it'anoo -a. Tenn.. ?.D miles. Tds r .ad is : t f,-;. ;!..,( i' tb. Ie.-.. ;,-.r b.......
'pl'yu.- and r nniiient j tcs.h.ue unanimou.s'y come !o In ve. The otimatad co.-t of the branch ro.id ti"t vet in operation, but bcim: li-ht work, it ; j ,;;, ,', ;., thar.o-hips and eo:.,:dat-. s are no
ram . :.r, ;'o ement, and that if we went into
",. '. we Won id come i.ut ct it ilia
TV, t ,-. , I, . !.. .,.,:..:,. 1 1 : . .. . o l - -. . i .eei -. . i i . i . . .. .. .. . . ... . . . . r . i . . . , . .
o. 1.. .-pin iinie i,n.ii ;n i:i,s . .... . o;iouiii i in- ciiv aj rec e ) em lorse in leans. iv means oi inis a oirect conncc- ja. .'.M.ecteil a lull inis-mi!. .'it.'.,.- r.of cou- ..I
lime bef, re the people of any part of ,-ii h.r ! heir bonds f, ,v S.Vi.t.mi.l, t he Company villi,., thm is f .rmed with t'.e Nadi-.ill.' nnd Charh.-s- with tin- fiaee of cliarj-i? to Ti:rl Mr. V,',-.,d-
npon wdiie'n the Am, ri,
divided. This,
warme.-t s-oe.ort. Oi,r h-ndin -
'"' ,':l,v" ""' -'' ' nee, .n, p: i-a the t om-hisio:.. and t.ow a di leave to repea t - from Hobh's Depot to Harrod.d.iir ' is about ' will be e..n)pi..'tei ass;M.t. as the otlmr connect- ' di.M.-e(l to take tlier.i. Mr. Mo fde of Viriti-
;:. o-ee.-i inucll (nsr.'.l. i O.riner sal.!,
that il m can d. to me that M.ie.e pel - n.s wm
' , '.! ' ' '.".' '. 11 ';'" Ieuneeeor Kentn, ky. seekin r th dr a'evi'n- placed in po-s-sdon of m. aus iiiciu.dn;.' their t m ro.id, and throii.d. the Memphis and Char- hm-y v i.died a b- r .;.- than Doii.h'. Mr.
!"''",!''''" '',y,ul;' X ".-"-ui l.uet,. Knox-.ide ' ;, enterpri-e at aii comparable i:. inter ; iadividual and co:i:ity snbserlptoi.s aion-the ie.-ton road.with the Mobile and Ohio, am! v.vh Jackson, of G.-or.da. is also aid t be dii-ap-
' ' ' ' ' ' ' et a n o l u ; j or' ai , ei , 1 1 1 1 1 1 at of the (wo ilit s ' i "e o tlie road, and the amount ot stock to be the .a-div hm and New Orleans r::ids i he.-e i . lnicd. but there w:
,,,ii- . , 1 1 1 1 , . i v , i v ' -i a i i ,ii niiii: . i.o, I nai
... . e. , , , .
,'" ' ' t".,r-,a"- :': " l"'1';'1 1,1 a .-rich. .::.! re : ion f KaO Te-iims .e ami con- ; r.-ad to a point at or m.ar Danville. Should -ress. The di-tance from Loui-xiile to the thl- ; were mo-t u.-ent tor appoin'n.ei.t-dmu- as yet.
1 oo.-.o,.-, a.... i.iai uiu.Mii . ,. .IIIS r,l,..r S,,.., :,., ..... Cll.;. ,-... 1 sac . a .-..:., t... li.oh tl,,i i-.,v .J...-,
f m
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j oion.ti, wiin ii :! oi ii:o ive din s ..ee oi i.ir roao, an. I me amouiii el mock io lie Itie - a -iO i ee ana . ew- . irtea us r .:... s. i ne-e : , , ute,!. 1 ait t here w as not J .:. I in i.-.ooi.s cnoi, . a
naim d. .;, nci tits r as it wdll the mineral and taken by contractors, sadieient to complete the roads are all either comoh ted. or in rapid pro- lbra'.i these expeetauts. Si. me of those vide..
re unite l.iwitr.-pr i uiaent H.ints aeees-ible by t'ne con- ; eut r.otlii.i', and i.ot iik.'dy to . t ai.'MhioL'.
ley at the point of th - falls of the Ohio river. I 'he Covin -.ton and Danville line of road, stnuviion of the I.oui.-vide and Knoxville road. ! Mauv of ihe !i-:.;..oiuie,i have already "one
' ,,M" '"M 1 oM.iy.i . Anions t.ie tat and rea-ms which brou.-lit ; the intere.-t not only ot Knoxil!e and bonis- are a f.dow :!ie time is made out assutniuj.' ; stwav. and the city is now more f.ve tVcitu of.ice-
.v.n, to ihe i.i:t. !-.:,:..,. of . ' ' '', ' '""i:" :i ' '"' 1 ;l 1:1 ' ' 'r ('"n t he com c i i ; t ee t . ! h is oncbishm, it is deemed 1 " iile. but il is i ici lev ed I ho-e of due i nnat i a!.-o, a .speed of .",!) mil-., per le ear. ! .Seekers than it has been f, r ne .:.! lis pa-t.
industrial pro.res- t.f .-nriehiti.' ..,:; l. !.' of '' ' ' " ' ; necessary t.opec.iy in this report only a few of ; will combine to inxire the speedy constraction Loai -ville to Kim wide 220 miles I hours ! The attention of the IVc.-idct.t is now turned.
-n't in dete.st. I then narrowed the
beaut : t i,: r our h
mes oi
rtin.' ri. the b:
h
oao..,.:,easa .ut.t.e o.,l. ,,d. that the ; lic ,..,. prominent. pir-t of tl.oe is t he eer- ! of the r:..l. so as to lorn, at K now ill,- the so
mm ofindu-irv and ei.ierprlse. " "' ' i !''..'. s!'','i'''; t'""Ml.' :il ''. h' ,I,e S,i", :,ud t".inty, that to I.ouivil!e this imj no, meet will j mud. dedrcd connection wish the entire sv,!em
As to the ..',;. ,,.';!, '.:::::: Da. it i, f,. '' "w'!':a:s- l"',,i",!';;,'" "f M"(k u "' open the -re.o :.y-tem of railroads on the South- I of southern railway-. Itevoud Dai. vide! from
I .:' 1.
::e to
-we e.oi .::.v e.a.a. t,.;.t v.
. each, to be determined by the Le-i.dature. cru Ath.ntie she. . which have their termini re- ! the inforinalioi. derived from Col. lh'ichard-
I -mid so p-locat.on ,.1 the Road, and that ! -peetivciv at Norlblk. (d, aide-ton. Sav annah. ! the eimineer w ho has .mi. woved a lar portion
.1,1. i : . ' i ' - I '
t ' .' .ei ,in, e n i,v an rn. ii:rcr or a coins
....,t:t::.i:i ' ine :;'.' 1 I : i mi ' , , , . .t i.i, 5...... !,,,-,. .',"v it1;' ---i"
. , . ...
nnve earnesi e- ,::!.;;-I to pi,i.:;-:, , , ' ,
-l, . 7.:. . -VJ-i'',''ii!li',V rt" C'" " ' ' : ' 'tM" '"" :l ''"'l'
M. e. w.l'l oei
, -rtant peiat
r-a ' : . m; le
and ! en.-ee N and imp.i'-, ial ,p:,e:..
t'.e. ..'!" the IV In.'- M: r'.et- of !.e:,d,a. An
; a Su ameih. M ' ,,a. ( de.rh-ton. and Na-h-
t Mia .tat . i:. :r ::.i ot;. r ra
,,, the with the rd e- c, i
tmm'ii r of ll.i.'s ,-dl in 'hai'ina i i ;;.!.,
dur'n : Paehine - a- .n- a'-o th.
- it-merou- oth.- r p ee:-. - . : - i-ee-.-s
u br .a 1 aii'l corre- t ba-.- . ;
re rar 1 to this important avtii h
a w. id. our pap'-r is f-.r the be
East 'i'eum --ee.
W'c rre Piii"'!s to im ': a-e oar (:' "'a':' .n
I'eii-'ic .!:.. Mobile, and New Orleans, while at j and that the most diiiieult p inion it is nsca
. i .n -n.i . ,
ove .
,i !i vvoi us tiii' ia :li : 1 1 ta-"1 w -t aao -,.u',!i.
t a i i ti ecia
-',,. ',1 i., to examine and . si. rcv all lie.' ilractica- Ohio Co. r, and the Mirioiis rad road in.pr
ih.-, te- from the Vir.-i.iiab.no to Kiionv ill-. : meat- of the entire c a -tern l.nlf of the -rent , Amemthe advanta.-.s r.-iiilin- to Lm.
,' ie,,.. with an eve sin.-le to t'.e p.ihiic L'ood. M-s-i --inid aih v.
- i - - . . , .
i . , .... , ,... 1 ,,, ,o i,r ...etieabh- route . So far as Louisville is e, .nceriu-.!. t ae (-mi- i
. o . ..... ... l,.v r.cre ".ti bei'iiv r.-as-ii!:.- pauy mav :-, nam.'.t im- lac, mar, nv ine a.
iile iV,.;n Ue a t'C-ioaot the pr.-posit.on ot
.- l.oai-viih' and Frank f, .rt Rail Road Coin-
to l. nchbnr.'.Va. ,VV) mih-s hours. ! it .- 'ems, to our Ikjivien afihir;. Mr. Many i-
to Norfolk. V.i. 712 miles 2". hours. ; ipiite occupied with the i'i.-h.-r.- mr.ili ", the Mc-
" to t. diar!e-ton by R G (''.ej miles 21 hours. ! -dia r.lhiir, and other Mexican niatnij. the
' to 'ia Atlanta 7d7 miles 21 hours ; Sandw ieh l.-d,re,d (piev.ion, and Central Ameri-
' to Savannah 712 miles 21 hours, i can concerns.
to Aic-.-u.--ta f00 miles 20 hours, j Tee Sloo Teliuantepc-c treaty r.nd the pr .test t
to Atlanta -Id) miles 11 hours, j the American company, chumim: under Gavay,
u t,, :,,!, ile ) miies 27 hours. : la'iuii to liu-se iiUituTrs is very si:..'jt '"
' t i New Orleans .-.;') miles 2'. hours. ! ;j,,us and Col. Sloo repre-e-.tin the rival iuter-
to Mcmnhis CV) miles 2d hours. ; e.ts are both h-r- on the sn -t to urj-e their re-
r
' trade, la
i - - ii en o
T,. ,,', ,,.. of the above n dut-. exeer.t the i -t.eetive caii.ns to tlie S-uppoix ot toe C.eve.n-
, , . . . i ,: , 1 .. ., 1 .0 . .. e ....... ... r., . :o. oe a i, v lva-oea- -.Civ mav oe uaia-o i .ie i.iyi, ia:n, in uiv .11 . .- 1 ' I ' , ,. ., . .'.!..,
I : le rea 1. ami m taa, loeauoa ... , . . ' - , ,. ,. , ; ,,;. 1 ,1,,, ,!;,.,, is shorter than ' lue.it. haci. ...spara-'es tl.e c....:ia;.o. i.e.-u-
dJ.t.I wa- f-rit. Ifloemion i-,l,e la-t i,h-.loul. :,s ,0 ,i,e in, n-e in.porlan 1 lo- ran,eme,,t t Ue entire roao mav ne maoe . ;. ... - - . , ,n ,.t , ; ; at t ,,,, nt, re-
, .- 1 , 1 . i .- ' 1 on oet 01 oi.er.ilion at an ear ar n.-rioil t , 1 .1 II " o. ,K . 1. - . ,
:.. . ,'. .. , , 1 --i 1 .? ,. , 1 1 1 , eanno c.eteal r. mt to her met uanicai. maio.i. mine .11... - 1 1 1
1,'f., iiwiiltiieu be too h...-, and the public mcrcial inter-!,. In the di-'ri.t-of lla-t Tem by any other proposed plan. It will bo done
, d w PI I- I't-ouioted iv -ardlcs-s of 1 rivate in- , n-, -ca- has i.eea saoun In-yon 1 any .pi-'tn
A - ,
ai t-i.tion.
t a much ie s c . i-t ou her earl, and will n . t '
.1.1 :....( 1.'..., : ,- ,.C t!,,, b..e oulv oa-s tare-i -ii t.e' In-art o! t :e ne a coantars ,
, , ;iK'l III'' I'HIIIi.l.- I'l III :inn 11, 11 ' ,"' "'' 1
r. . 1 . t : .:..:...,.' -,ne 1 e! tlie Kei:t.ici;v nu-r. wh.re ;raie has
lli- is l'-e cum ant suti-taace 01 wuai J Let v. ecu 1 ne 1 v o -laic-. c:-i in i.e.-.Mi.o.-, . , .., . ;
: ' i' ., ,:' ca-::al conversation in Dr. ' (, ea ::t it i,- t ho rn w matcrials-inm. e,,d. it..-, ai v ay - been so imp. -rtant to Loui-vilie, but will j
- . . . 1 . - . 1 1 1 1 . r... : ' - v 11. -t i.'t !,. t !,.. r 1 -Ii in t ;.!": l!
... . .J I V. . .. ...... ... ..,,. oiiiO". ill I'l'll ' i l' .l " Hi. ' , 111 t.-i' 111 .....
: e -o'.r s tavern.
.-.nd have d. t.-rmined to ..T.-r -bo I'i.
i
lueed 0-h es to
f . ' 1 .
1 lie
-The I.-i- has the follow ii-i-cut
work:
in na. aid to tins
,Ve which Ih- mechanical and ,n:..iu!:.et::ri.-.' a., .e...-r.ite tie-r..-!i mmeiat uc-. ic. 1 . , o-.s
.... . ...... .1 .. : 1 t ,a
1 , ., t,,-, ri.,,. of tl. s city re.Oltre. oe a m o. r.a U' 1 1 . v ei , in.- 1. ei ..-.-i o-o
.: ,., v.-hh !i ar.- s 1 i-.r.i -h m '.led. not only to secure
.. T '-Il .. .
1 nrolita'-ie i,;-o-eceii'.ii ot tie l.oai-vi.-e nvimi-
Vour friend,
.Wilui.ii .uui.N.ii.i.v. , in.lu-lrv un 1 enter .11 -e o: .ac-..., ,
! While, ut th" -aaie time, tin r,- 1- a . e
: - tox 1;;; Hint: at .viam.o : . ui.-. ;
tiie:-.
.inincM'-.s and thnttv, wine., on- t':e-
I'U- ih.- ..-..m:brt. conveni. nee. un 1
1 vies and other ard. les ,,: tact er-rs. nut
Ihe" co, amerce of Louisville, and whi.-h wid. eeomunical liviu of a'i the s.: . ,f lmr fit i.ens. i
at " atlv r- biee,
Meeoivanv 1 1 e mini' s.
Sir de'eopv. 'r' annum - ('''
Three Copies, " "' ":i
Ei d.t Coid.-s I'-'''"
-i-..'.. 1.... 1- " l.'i ti .
T . . J 'Jo 0:1 : an.'. :-tt ract ion- to the h -ien - who will pa-s it ' " , . , of the manufacture i construction of this bi-anch road will secure the i ' '"" ' '' ; ' RaI.I.Y EoK V. UUi I'.lINC! rt.ns ANT) TH
' J. W. .V. S. lb O'URIEN. '."' ob i-.-, j,, review, is the -r. at c nibiu. d railway car- j ti.;'(.;,v : immediate strai-hte.dn.' of the r.nid from Lou- ; The report ot the special committee was t.i- Al..t.-pl:- way 10 Sl e, .:,:i. The
Loudon. Tenn.. Jan. I ... 1 -"... y'.aj- and foot oi,pension bridge, now under j It is a fait within the personal know ledee of jsvilleto Fr.i ikfu-t.in whi.-h fo;tr:-.vi miles may : cu.-,ed at con.-iderable length by Me.rs. aerv e. ,jnVM triumph of the win -r party next Am
' : . . i 'VT . ' . ....
nn-trecti. . 11 bv tlie International Rnd-.o- ( oiu- . c members of this committee l iiat saved in rannin : adi -tanee of littv one miles. Siiotw. .. au't snanus. 01 tin, c,i, , ...a. -iv,--. (t w;n . t,; cnf.a o .eiine-M.e as
I-"'-4 ' ii""-"1 tl.e way o, uselumess. , incr.-a-e in
ts u. e of c-t on- It may also be remark-d. iueidmi-.i'dv. that the ;
i 1 these arti-h-s. but al-o ot the manutacturr-; cuimi-iicuoh 01 1 ,1.- ... a... .1 1 . .,e. ....... ...v. ...v.
J. n.CIIOZH-iR,
c. Wallace:,
"" Kno::vi'i;
SANDERS SHANKS.
JOHN II. IIARNLV,
V.'. D. GALLAGHER,
Lnmsvi'l:.
A. WILLIAMS.
A. R. HARTON.
Willi 'un Lny'j.
JOHN FITZPATRICK,
'o.TS-,'.
The report of the special committee was d
ce.'Ui.e citm.-r. jou cnui,e o. 1 .......
' 1 itie as possible, will b- ad'-pi.-J town n Is M.-xi-i
co and a pr -ject for a new treaiy vill be iurm
i ed for the adiustment. on reasoi.ab'.e t- rnis, t,t
- all the 'pactions pendia ; b,.'. . .-lext.-o and
1 the L'idted Statei.
'Ihe intelli.o-nce from Mcxho. m-inwhih-,
I .-hows that Santa Anna's r-a ;: tlons ot
; tin l.tto war aro not a -ye -a'd -. r.iid that ho
: v, ill not, if he can he'.) it, a-. nt 1 measures
that have a tendency to iiicr a-e American ia-
llucnees and interests in r-iexno.
Ai v n v t a W1110 Convi:-1 io. Mout-.'omerv,
on T,e.e .lTl-.e W'd" Convention on 1 l'n""'
Thur-dav adopted 1- ob.th.ns advof-.it i a r State
ie work is now bein pushed forward the people of East Tennessee prefer to form ; That the ncee-arv amount of m-ans to build t Croiier and Cnmniiu-s ol know, 1.0. .H.n:1..t.vnt!y and proudly vu A celeal
1 11 ..... n . . . . , ., 1 f . ., ,. .1 . . .1 1 ..' 1 ..- . ,...,.,.,.'... ..I I .. l.r, .Oo-;-0 roU'l as an eao , - . . 1 1 ,,.,! t, , , ,, ., o,-, nn.'is
v, it :i ;a r.-v, nti'i win ne r.-a-iv en un- u.ou.s.i- ,iMness c-onuections w it Ii t lie people 01 i.oiii,- t he r enl trun l 'anvine or 1 mu in-uno " ....... ... 1 - 1 - nni'vci ner ueoa..n.v .-
ville to formi.m them with the people of any Kuow ille can be raised, if I.ouisvillve should ; prise of m.-pie-t .onable unpo-tance. ana lira. u ;l i-ej.etitioi. of the lierec.y contestc-.l stru--
ri-f rm. internal improvement-, eduono.ui. and
nil judicial elections by the p-.pl. . Rn-ii.M:!.
W. Wai.ki:;:. of Flor.-m-o, was al,o, la minat.-d
re the V.'lda; 1 andidate for Governor.
Lti:i: FttoM Ti:x.s. N-w Orleans. June 1.
Advices from Texas to the 27th tilt, state
that the accounts relative to the -old diseove-
hout the tir-t of Mav next. The mason worm
tower,. .Ve.. are bein- constructed on the Cana- j ,.;,y ; ,. ,,!,; v.,;,.y. And it is a fact subs-ribe :1m V.) 1.0 1 ) aske 1 by the Louisville ' lie would cheerfully and heartily vote lor tiie .,..,;,.,, wdi'.ch we have pa-sed iLiriii.; the
da side by Mr. lb-own. contractor, and ou tin- i-'suseep'.ible of easy demonstration that nu Frankfort Rail Road Company, no one can ', rcso'utionsvv e v, t h.-y separate from their conncc- j.,,. ..i.hteeii years. To nu.intain cur I am
ide bv Mr. O.u-'e, favorably known j ,-, . j,,,,.., ,. these two iioint-i iron, coal. : .p.ubt. Formiu-, as this road would, the con- ; tin-text, but that that portion ot t.ie report wine.. - .,5(t,1,'.lav ,v. proudly and uet.:::::.;, win!
,r on Mirious public works. A lar.-e (...j,,,,.,., .UJ 0:1 r articles comia- this way. ero- m.,.,;;i, link in the -Teat central line of travel instituted comparisons between the Sheloyvme j,, ,.,..1,. tvtry p.ilcr Stale in the Union,
In- materials are now on the -round, j ,.,.,.j(.s sm;,il manufactures, an.', otln-r articles .,, .p,,. betvve-n th Southern Atlantic sea : and Danville r-n'e and certain ro-.t-s ul, n cy, h.r the time rides 1. r 1 of the a.-e
.1 UU I tean ,
lis contractor
1 inrt ' .a oi t!
an,! mm I,
,-ies ; that State are contradictory, but -en. r- (. lj(., ., :in- comin- into pla-e. i
ce-
.-eeu-
,f ti,,. roio.b bewb.-'. sinkiim of an- ! . . .1... 1 1..- .-I, ,'., ,.i- ile, 11 1 1 t!. ..imrt-t bomidless west, it is im- ; had been more or less sn 1..011 o! to,, ram a 0.1 : .,f itself v. ir.ot.ve hidhciert to thrul
.- ro 1 1 e r 1 a a 1. v. a i i a 1 1 .,- . .. i, j i i ,1 i o . i
er.-r-y,
I a ta'i Ho
llas been done, and the immense 1 !,,,.,-, Km.wille and any other jioiut in this
dan:, ii of iuelt a mutoe
,mei,se r.dv anta-cs. as an in- ; from a point to be a -reed upon from the .vi.-u- ..pt, patriotic env-ii-m at.c!
This beimj- so. it follows, as .1 niatler Veem mt. should not be seen and duly estima- w iile an. 1 L
0 1 1 - 1 1 : e roa
1 was not b used upon t;lc l.-n 0f tl.o iacloialtabh: wh;.-;.
a 1 1 . a ' ' 1 j 1 , 1 1 , - , . , 1 ' 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 . . - . 1 1 ' ,..11.,,.. ,.,,' j re - ion. 1 Ins 'lelll'; St, II uouow,. ,n .-. . ve e 111 nil . ,:i' "i -1 i"'i "' " ' " "" , "--
ally diseoura-iu-. and that it is now r' i v V(,,,. 0 j,rc,ent one of the ,:,.,, t stu- ; of course.that K'n .w iile and the country around ,,.d l.y capitalists in Kmitneky and other states information smlieient in amount, or of S dm lent ..-;.,llt.,c-r State." It sa.;M be their
that the rpumtity of -old f. uind is m:dl to ; v;u. ;., ,,, .,.,, as a w.-rk of art ; ilf ; . . o,,.-s of Tetines ,ee. Georjia. North ' and the committ-e feel confident that w hen ', m cura-y in its.df to .justify the Coieiii-a.ns ....Jde, ami eory, and i.exiel: ,! .t.nnimrion.
repay the labor of di.' -in-for ,:. .;,'. e .,-,', . X.1(1.,1V a j,;.,,.,. by the side of tic .-real ; .,,' s,,nt!l (v.,,,:,,;,, ;n,d Alabama, on.bracimr Lmiisviil- shall have :. iven an i.npet ms to this v.-hich had 1 -en arriv-l at by tlie commote-. other, do us they may, to tnaiutin tpar-
Covrit-r.
X'-r!1, C.iri;t Jo',.. ..R.-v. Atl.m-on,
natural wonder, the Falls of Nia-ara.
P.'dlimr.re. ha, been clef ted Epi -.copal Ll-hoI
- ., -. .. . -. .. i, :.,.,,,i .1,1... ;r i, , loi n- lii.-in on-. ht to -ft mar-
01 .Mjrin caroiiua. v.c ... ...... .. ,.,., - . ,. i ,,. ,!,.,, e . , , n .,,i , ,.:.,,,, , ,le ,-u tv
, t t 11 1 1.. ,t.t.'i'''l,'-,i'" l''-,,,',,,' '1 IIP) OL .otv i ho i ...v
r ... . il : can. Every man s.ioai 1 do Ins .. . , -
! a population of full Cim.miO persons, will form ,.,,,,( eti'-rprise. so ess-mtial to the full devel- . or to vv.irriut the publication of anv sate- !y interrity atid tidelity and Ibrever above
: a market for a v.-rv lar.-e and important class of ;,.um..lt to her nusurpas-ed natural advant a :-rs. ; meat upon the Mibjcct. lIe.!i,-.:-.:re-l lretn ii.r.t :;,u. a:,l ub .v.; r-p: ,ae!:-to pa,4 throu -h tl-
. " . i i I III. IllXt l It' I it ' IV iill' l lllli"'l.'ic I I II I i I. I I " I I l I i ' I
IF vol . AN. I.verv man oa.;.., ... y Ill 1, ' ,., of in t if., and v. oil
i aniens ot the commerce ot I .ou i s v 1 1 1, . i . tlie means ol its speecv c.-iup . con ..... .,v r..., ..,
xr iu rv ord.-l of tl
-i.oii.," re'.n, without tne
vote a rain-t tae v. ho.e u
nk-.:; a di i-ion was
Infrr Ft;,,, Ihr .Vo f7(-,oe.-The sb tin. , , .-,,.,., j : t lu- ini n.-ral a nd up rieult nral prod net ions . .f the , For (he con-id.-rabous thus brndly ami Im-t,- , mule. liotiorct name ... i .i ,-o. . ., a
oil Y -Ie Oupt D a v arrived yeMcrday in . " 'T'T " t ! -'-ice r.,l.,n under view, in th- states nam- lv Sl, f,h. we recommend .he adoption of the j The other gentleman named replied to u, iu the rank, ot political parties,
fiy hiurs Jrimlb-'.:, utia'-o h, iu-ia ' " Tm ' ed, Loni.-ville wi!. become the -rent, consamit,, f,ovvie ; resolutions, bv the several committees She, e at s one b-n ,th, preseatie , .nvcr-e views, is the name of TKNMtX Sot.nt:,; already
in specie, and Rrownsville pap-r- ,o '-ZZZrT ,1 ZZ ll '. ,;-in, .he subject in c har. atid ,:t eainiu, the rep, ,t in all i: , parts Ine the ranks of our conntry-s
t;r.:j:i t heir ir'T.-ncur- 1 iun. tlie
honored name of Ti:x.vt'-o:K V.'i!!-: a !all.-ue..i
as
e V 1.1
Everv lawyer shoaid sometimes
tell the truth, if he car. Every man ou-ht to
lone which passed throu jh P.rowusv
m
to the l'.'th Inst.
The Fhu sta'es tlnltlm iiivv.rtol -..ads a-
ille (lurine;
.1.- .....-,,.,..,,1 oe. .or, i or In 111', i ...
ine nasi v-,o .on . . . ,
1 -l r r,. , -,i newspaper, and pay lor it anynov.
p i - i e i e . . o, .ie i., i ,i, ". , ,,,,,,
Were it a lv i-able, in a e.-neral report like
this, to enter into minute details it could be ! ?".mW, That we consider the contemplated
reoort was declared by the chairman tone in- ibit one thinir is iie-eary to a'-.n-ev? ta.s
rvi naa.iv c
ur'.nj- in t.ns o- oiid. A ban-ion ali
con ,
r.v a!
iudhiovn b:.dim--i ati I let otl.e.- p.-oplcs -wU f unquestionable acciracy, rail real conuectio-i between Louisville and pi, a!,d the ne -.-tin - adopt, d it unanimous- ,-;tVori:ies among c,i;r,i-I cs, .ml
r
alone, if he can. Every man should take a
that cvervthin,' which we have here assumed is Kuowille as one ol vital importance to the y ,vi;h the exception t one .:;,-et.ting vol. . ,.,', t.f th". fUij '"-. m t
en. able of .he clearest de.noi.st ration. After ' advancement and commercial prosperity ct j The eoiivctitioii of ch-legates tiieti aej-am-neo ;,,,, otlnr. can we f-ee-ire the c-.
i
v, ;.v. ..1.0
i s .1, et - -
Po.-
JAMES S. SPEED. C:,M.:an. this let every whig in Tenm-.-ee lab a-. Do
n 1 and
, t'o-r on
of our cherished and - lorious p
of -b.lb.r, ; value, and that the domes-' rv.IV..,;.!.,.. T,!.. vni.l lobe culTennr ' all that has been published upon the .subject of , Louisville, and as such we recommend tl.e wpj!ullt
i c o . r ...... . i ... .'. ,..:.. .!. V, 1 l,n ., .-,l i,!,!m soeie to the mo-t. favorable consideration ot her ,
tic manufactures emit. I liol la. I Short oi inai irom o . -p -i e i aui s, uipoais m coa-ionj ( t nis improv euieni u.e i, in r.. j -j -r
-mi-mi This wi'l -ive some id.-a of tin- trade ,vi:i ""' probably long survive. I j.irnalsof this city, s-ippirted by iueo.itrovert- people and public authoritcs Wm. Ptll.Pl.t:. Scr-!. this, and we cannot be beat
dmmin'thevallcv'of'theRiograndc. j rwfc(,fc,,rt7 V ''7 ,( ttiestif VZrZ A Rkaitui I. IncTuns A naval oflicrr be- peife-t our cni.atlmi 1.
Carvajal, Norton and R mndtree were still in , , (0(,v net ,(; be necessary AN e ta e , a, a sullmicitly wed , - 1 wt, to push forward '!'-' ! ) M nlZZ Z Z
orison bein-unable to -ive bonds to the satis- . . . , ... .. ... ! ascertained fact that tl.e people ol Lomsvuie.-.s test. .1 in this n.t c.U.pi se, to , u. , . r .. ,;, t!;(. (,ll)iu i.ear mi... ami hocl w,. . cvcry emergency and ..a
Ci he - S. Marshal. The Fla, thinks '" ' 111 1 l lll('cton, Iy. An able and in, electing lf Knoxville, are satisfied the work to cnmpletum at the earhest day prae- , tbr the sad'.- of the v. ... Ua- - ni wit.ie. the complete r,
..iciiou oi i.i. v. opening sermon was preached nv the kev. 1'.; , . . . ,, l , ti.-able 1 prised at Ins enmnosurc and Mien!,,, i.,u s..c
it important that soum di,po.,itioi. .should be , lW 1l()Usn ril!,iz,!(, tl(. (.lt.t.,:on ' that the.r .ead.ng .n.er.sts m-.,...:illy a... I se ..- r,,mmiucc ,,as tll0!,,dlt ricd out: ' . . '
1 (., v ';,..,,. ,;-.. .. .. 1 ro,.!.- would bo eminently promote! Lv the' . .... .., ..r.. ... ,. t r.'Vaid? How is it i-'S- , .. .
i:cie oi ineiii. ... - ' ,
,f R,-v. H. S. Porter, D. D., of Memphis, Mod-
r promote! by Hie' . rv dear n-e -ou not rdrad? How is it pos-
' ., . : iin.per to make the suluomed statement with. .Mv iear,a... .mi noi ..,..''.. i
h-rconsid.-r.ition. ' 1 J , sib .- von can be so culm m Mica a crcm....!
storm?'
reference to roads commenced, under wav, and
Pi-.ovistox Trahh. Let wee.. 1
1st inclusive, -f the present mo.:.-. ;1--'
r.-ce-a nted amount '.dl'd.-
pr.-c
Pork
Hams and Rucou
Lard
.. , .: ... ..i i !,,, .,,',- ii,,.!
! . r. r v-i ,r sit 1 ..: . ; cousirueuoii oi i.e.
r -mm to..- 1 ; live--. he 'atitll'.Kl Star savs raior.au. i i. ev. eie-sis. uue, o, o,. ;,! ,l,,.,.,,r.. :.
... " . ...i,,. , i ...1 tl,,, 1 and S. T. Stewart, of Indiana: Clerks. Over, 110 ln . ' '' ".' ' ! completed, on the southern Atlantic slope, with ' it,', r1T,, his chair, lashed to the .let
mlur( :. : .,,,,,1 flf re-.'dr ' Coinmisstourrs represent in--- 7(. lVesbvten- ll,c , , ' , ... which the Louisville and Knoxville road, w i.en supporting h.msc.t by a mh.w o. th p-u Hams and Pa.-on were rcc.ee.
road trom ( rue.-, ,.s m miicli in , .1 o, np.ot. I . . j stances to be adopted for the road between t.ie . ... ; drew- his -word and po'h'ii. ' it U the biva,t ot , , ,.
T. r,.,.,-i ,'. ri:.,. ,., i. ,Vf. r. .-1 t'.e followin ' es are m att3ndance. Ibisim.-ss is being con- 1 , constructed, wid connect this cite. 1 lU '.' -H" ": ; 1 the New orx Cma s. i m. ..-,.i
..... ... , r- it., ti . ' two cities. I ., , t. . n. i r- m -s 1 uis wile, exciaimeu.
in the same ,.:-. cr: . 'wU l"? and dispatch. I he next , u u. t)C 1)CRrpst I110st Ihe Last "1 enr.es.-ee and Georgia rad road
In June hist the company nro lied its present Assembly will be held at Memphis, Tenn. j .ulln:t f ie construction : completed to Loudon, which is 2s miles south Sh( i)KUuitW answered. "No."
terminus on tie- (h.a-res river, and entered . , . f c,.i, r(inii amount of cost within the ' K"xville, and cars, to and from the cities , -Why'.'" said the otlic-c-r.
into contracts with certain parties in New or.; U e notice in a crimen port, v , co, un, s . ue j - , , , p . 0f Charleston. Antrusta, Macon, and Savannah, i "Uecause, rejome.t the u. v, i yo ,
,'iiicii .... I'.,...'. .. i - swor.l is it. iuc uaii'is ot my nuomim., ai.u ou
i.i. . ,-J .
. .i i r.. ... .... i r. i ... i. . c -.1 ni,i ." a b.d v i'i ,- 1 1 ii-l, i nd "None , nro! eible means
to comlilele I lie roan n.nii I'll' ioi iniin i.i i in; . a. o u -.. ne. - - j - -- 1" " ' . I ir ., 1 1 1 . . , C o s-,v oi . i i, in i ue n.i u . , o. .
river into l'a.mn.a, within a certain time; nam-1 m-c-d aj-ply nndersix feet." Whew! but the purpose, should be adopted. Making Ilarrods- ; and from the large inland town, of Alaoama juvf.s mf, ,0 W,M , ,Kirt ,,,.'.'
Total
, . ..... ...... i .. ... T i- . ...... t.. I".. ,-,. -I , ., , 1 for TTi-.niei,
e:l 10 US as lee coining .vur'iiji. 11 our in- . .any Jea in .o"oo,.
formation U correct, not a sin-le mile of the j ; j
rjad has been completed, for practical purposes, ! AVitv ii the letter C liko the ague? because ,
re b, contract '''is rnterr-d int.,. . b V-gl.t ChiUi.
-o t... ... .i... , 1 ! are daily arriving and departing. In 12 months . .. -i- ..,., ,,,!,h'.-.T know-in whom 1 The citizens ot ..ueam on -- -
lmr ' or 1 'an vine a punii un m.; hi. .u.-,uu i..., . , i...., ...... , . ,r;.r tAver o. a s .o..;
from all the information before the comtnitteeJt 'bis road will be completed to Knoxville.- I believe, and that He holds the wmds in IDs , to . c,,i;ri- n-.i.- ,-1
is Tib ' r'l that .trait line of nil rend to either ! From Knox-ille northeactcl. to the Virginia fUn. and the -a'er in the bono- ot His hand- . M
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