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Doc. 118. Conference at Russellville, Ky. Russellville, Ky., Oct. 29, 1861. In accordance with a notice previously given, a number of gentlemen from several counties in the State assembled in Odd Fellows' Hall, in the city of Russellville, on Tuesday, October 29, 1861, for the purpose of conferring together in reference to the situation of the country, and the steps to be taken to better preserve domestic tranquillity and protect the rights of person and property in the State of Kentucky. On motion of Colonel George W. Johnson, of Scott County, Hon. H. C. Burnett, of Trigg County, was chosen temporary chairman of the Conference. On motion of Colonel Blanton Duncan, of the city of Louisville, R. McKee, of the city of Louisville, was chosen temporary secretary of the Conference. On motion of J. C. Gilbert, of Marshall County, T. S. Bryan, of Christian County, was chosen temporary assistant secretary of the Convention. On motion of Colonel John D. Morris, of Christ
Murray, Rev. John 104 Museums, 104 Music Hall, 104 Muster, 104 N. Nantasket, 105 Navy Yard, 105 Neck Lands, 105 Negroes, 105 Negro Hill, 105 New Boston, 105 Newsboys, 105 Newspapers, 105, 106 Nickel Money, 106 Night Soil, 106 Night-Walkers, 106 Non-Importation, 106 North-Eastern Boundary, 106 Northern Lights, 106 Nooks Hill, 106 Northampton District, 106 Nursery, 106 O. Oath of Allegiance, 106 Odd Fellows, 107 Odd Fellows' Hall, 107 Odd Fellows' Monument, 107 Oakland Garden, 107 Old Houses, 107, 108 Old Persons, 108 Ole Bull, 108 Omnibus, 108, 109 Orang Outang, 109 Ox, Roast 109 P. Paine, Thomas 109 Paine Hall, 109 Paine, Robert Treat 109 Packets, 109 Palmleaf Hats, 109 Paper Ballots, 109 Paris Exhibition, 109 Parker Fraternity Hall, 109 Parker Hill Reservoir, 109 Park Hall, 109 Park Garden, 109 Park, Back Bay 109 Parkman, Dr., Geo. 109 Parting
A no. 1 Carpenter for sale. --We have for private sale, a likely Negro Man, 30 years of age, who is a No. 1 Carpenter; of good moral character, and sold for no fault. Apply to Pulliam & Co., oc 18--ts Odd Fellows' Hall, Franklin st.
Cook for sale. --We have for sale a young Negro Woman, aged twenty years. She is an A No. 1 Bread, Meat and Pastry Cook, and good Washer and Ironer. Pulliam & Co., Aucts., Odd Fellows' Hall. Franklin st. se 15--ts
A no. 1 Carpenter for Sale. --We have for private sale, a likely Negro Man, 30 years of age, who is a No. 1 Carpenter; of good moral character, and sold for no fault. Apply to Pulliam & Co., Odd Fellows' Hall, Franklin st. oc 18--ts
Cook for Sale. --We have for sale a young Negro Woman, aged twenty years. She is an A No. 1 Bread, Meat and Pastry Cook, and good Washer and Ironer. Pulliam & Co., Aucts., Odd Fellows' Hall, Franklin st. se 15--ts
h an occasion such as is contemplated by the Constitution; and whereas, some of our sister States, aggrieved like ours, are preparing measures for their future security, and for the safety of their institutions and their people, and both patriotism and the necessity of self-preservation require us to deliberate upon our own course of action, &c. [telegraphic dispatches] New Orleans, Nov. 21. --An immense meeting of citizens, irrespective of party, was held last evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. An Association, called the Southern Rights Association of Louisiana, was formed to promote a concert of action among the Southern States, and organize Minute Men and Volunteer Companies throughout the State. Jackson, Nov. 24.--The Congressmen of this State met here to-day, and unanimously declared in favor of a Southern Confederacy.--There appears to be great disunion enthusiasm throughout the State. Washington, Nov. 24.-- Information was received here this morning that
e want to spend their winters here, enjoying our hospitality, and buying and shipping sugar and molasses, thereby enriching their coffers by articles of Southern growth, and which are indispensable to the North, as well as the rest of the world, have been furnished with like notice. These are such only as have avowed Black Republican sentiments, and voted for a Black Republican President, and who may congratulate themselves upon having gotten off so cheaply. A meeting was held at Odd Fellows' Hall to-night, the object of which was to, and they accordingly did, pass resolutions organizing an association for the protection of Southern rights, under the title of the "Southern Rights Association of Louisiana." After setting forth the many grievances of the South, and declaring that the North, by their repeated unconstitutional acts, and their unconcealed determination to continue their outrages upon the South, had virtually subverted the Constitution, and dissolved the Union. The n
Davis, Deupree & Co, will give their entire attention to the sale of Negroes, Publicly and privately. Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner Mayo and Franklin streets, Richmond, Va. Ro. H. Davis, Wm. S. Deupree, S. R. Fondren. Rufus G. Maddux, Clerk. de 1--1y
Davis, Deupree & Co. will give their entire attention to the Sale of Negroes, Publicly and privately. Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner Mayo and Franklin streets, Richmond, Va. Ro. H. Davis, Wm. S. Deupree, S. R. Fondren. Rufus G. Maddux, Clerk. de 1--1y
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