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W. THOMAS, EfiMr.
. CF.ANT, r'i'W.
OlCtc, over Wra. II. Bryarly's Store.
J 7 AW flemrnntilcntlon must he addressed to the
' K.ittor. Easiness letter lo the publisher.
sMT"Adi"rMrT'nta most ha banded In the dsy
lofore publication, or they trill be lei over.
' FOR GOVERNOR, ', ' ' '
ROQCnT HATTON, of WiW
' ron coNor.r.sa. - ...
F. K. ZOLLICOFFER.
FOR TITZ STATK SENATE,
J. C. STARK, of Robertson,-
HENRY MANEY, of Davidson,
M. P. DAVIE.
Cummun'cationt musf be handed in by
noon on Thurtdayt or lift will I' left ever.
QUESTIONS FOR THE SOUTH.
Ia the decision of the Supreme Conrt,
that negroes ran not be citizens of the
United State?, correct? If correct, lins
Congress the power to confer upon them
the right of suffrage? Tho fir?t question
will, without hesitation, bo answered in
the affirmative, and the la3t ought to bo
answered, as promptly, in the negative itis
folly to affirm that Congress, under tho
Obnsfitution, has any such power, and no
policy can be more suicidal moro sub
vcrsivo of tho rights of tho South moro
favorable to tho fanaticism of the North
tham tho exercise of such a power. Yet
the democrats of the last Congress, in
league with the Black Republicans, actu
ally exoreisod that power, by directly con
forms tho right of suffrage upon every
buck-ncgro residing within the limits of
Minncrota's. And what say tho demo
crats the' sclf-stylod guardians of tho
peculiar institution of the South to this
disregard of the decision of the Supremo
Court, this palpable violation of tho Con
stitution, this concession to abolitionism?
Their candidate for Governor of Tennessee,
boldly defends the net, whilst, here and
there, a candidate of that party, faintly
whispers that it is no part of the demo
Of what practical use is the Constitu
tion, and its wiso interpretation by tho
Supremo Court, to the South, so long as
party, and that party in tho ascendant,
disregards both, and, for the sake of the
spoils, surrenders to the North the very
citadel of our safety? Iu onts single act
of the last Congress, the democratio party
violated the Constitution by destroying
the uniformity of the system of naturaliza
tion, and again by confering upon negroes
and Indians, as well as aliens the right of
suffrage; and in each instance, tho direct
effect is to increase, unwarantably, thoro
' presentation of tho North and to diminish
that of tho South. At the vory next ap
portionment, tho North will have gained
some forty members of Congress, mainly
through foreign immigration and tho for
eign vote. And as the number of Repre
FCntativcs is fixod at two hundred and
thirty four, every one gained by the North,
is a loss of ono to the South. The free
Territories will soon bo furnishing from
two to tight members members ere;.: J
by tho privileges granted to foreigners,
and by lands grunted by Co igrcss, to the
territories, and, in the name all that is
dear to tho South, we ask 'low long it wi',1
be before our representation in Congress
will sink into numerical insignificance?
The next census will tell a fearful tale of
tho growth of liOrthern power, and the
history of the government will unfold a
damning record of den-o atio treason to
the Smt h. AH the foiling pf wcr of tho
government has beta directed, by south
ern democrats, to northern interests.
Tho norihrvn fceabord is indouted with
habors bearing tho marks of lavish govern
mental expenditure ; northern hills arc
perforated, and northern plains checkered
with railroads aiyl canals bui't by the
general government, ami northern popula
tion is indefinitely multiplied by the in
ducements held out to the citizens of every
climate to flock to that favored region.
And what of the South tho central
power of dcnKKJiacy? Look ut it. peculiar
institution the legitimate prey of every
ftnatieul negro-hteoler,- tho destined victim
of the northern allies of southern demo
cracy, the joii.t ciipital of both wings, by
mean of which l hoy phvnJer tho treasury.
Look at its peopli groaning iimler the
weight of a debt iunm- I in the laudable
effort to keep pace with tko- commercial
progress of the age. Tennessee, backed
mi!v by the resourecs of individual wealth
and n.UTp"is ftr';gg!" t ktp pace
aii'i r.linui.- wli:.e interns! itiv.r.t. sfifnt
are built with th property to which wet
haye, at least, an equal claim, and "Jrhoae
ciliwng, under federal favor, aro exempt
from the taxes fcj wnfch wo are pprctsed,
under a decree of the democratic party.
Look at the sons of the South," vainly
struggling for an . equilibrium of poli
tical powcr and the preservation of their
institutions against alien and negro suf
frage etrnggling for peace and prosperity,
and confiding in that party which has so
long deceived and betrayed them. The
marks of age and imbecelity are- aUmped
upon the whol South, whilst constantly
renovating youth and vigor are charac
teristics cf the North tho dotage of the
one, and the youthful energy of the other, I
being the legitimate result of democratic
policy. ' . ' ' ' , 1
. What docs it profit the South, that Con
gress has rocognlzcd the doctrine of non
intervention, i,ince democracy has crushed
it under the weight of squatter sovro'gnty?
What docB it avail the institution of tho
South, that the Supreme Conrt has decided
that negroes can not become citizens, since
democracy has actually made them citizens
byactofCongrcss? WWavails the inherent
right of every people to govern themselves,
sinoe democracy has declared, by act of
Congress, that tho native of every other
government, is, equal to the native of this,
in political rights? When nativity ceases
to confcr.any privileges, patriotism ceases
to exist. When natural right confers no
claim to the land which gave us birth no
peculiar protecion from the government
we havo reared, loyalty ceases to be a
virtue, or a duty, and citizenship ceases to
bo an honor. ' -
Wo shall be told that there is nothing
in tho democratic platform that justifies
these charges against tl. e party. We caro not
whether this be true or false with their
creed, we have nothing to do, when con
sidering their acts by which, alone, they
must be judged. They are guilty of the
crimes charged upon them, and no honest
jury will suffer thorn to take shelter from
punishment behind a platform which is,
at best, but a flimsy humbug a city of
rcftige from public justice. Wc have
stated nothing but facts, and earnestly beg
the people of Tennessee to look calmly
and diar.assionatelv at them. Tho records
of the country is the proof we offer.sustatned,
as it is, by the effects everywhere visible
around us Visible in the poverty of the
South and the wealth and power of the
North, visible in the sectional discord that
mars the harmony of the Union, and
visible in the rapaid deterioration of public
morals, and tho increase of crimo and
anarchy. Visible in an overshadowing
foreign power in our midst, and in tho
truckling spirit that saerafices to that
power our dearest rights as a nation, and
the only safeguard of the South.
JwS" There never was a party so want
ing in harmony, 'consistency and principle
as tho locofoco party of Tennessee, at this
time. Its candidates differ on very
material points, and the rank and filo are
taught different doctrines in almost every
district and county. Their candidate for
Governor advocates alien suffrage, 4 some of
their candidates repudiate it. Their Candi
date for United Stites Senator, andy John
son, "advocates the White Basis, promul
gated by tho Hartford Convention, and
goes for the election of the judges of the
Supreme federal Court by tho people,
whilst their candidate for Governor re
pudiates both. Somo favor distribution,
and somo oppose it; somo advocate the
construction of tho pacific railroad by the
government, and others condemn it as
unconstitutional and inexpedient
But the rn-est specimeus of iiupudenco
and inconsistency we have witnessed, were
given in the Court-house, here, by some
of the locofoco candidates. Mr. Heywood,
for instance, argued that tho present tariff
is calculated to make tho rich, rieher, and
tho poor, poorer that it is a political
Well, if this be so, who arc
responsible for it? Not tho old lino whigs,
nor the Americans. It is an "it-and-out
locof concern, and yet wc locofotos
recklt.-.d enough t) discard their own bant
ling, and dishonest enough to try to swear
it to somebody cL?. He not only "enoun
ced the tariff as nn enqino of oppression,
but m.ido himself 'i.iieulous in trying to
prove it. Why, said lie, the poor mechanic
lias M pay 30 per cent for his imported
tools. Horrible! Without stopping to
enquire whether this ia practically true,
wo would ask for whoui tho mcchan'c
works with thoso samo tools? Of course,
for those who pay him for his labor. Does
he work for nothing? No! Docs ho make
no profit on his work? Of courso he
makes by it, or he would not work; and
iii estimating the valuo of his work, the
cot, and the wear and tear of his tools
ntcr into his estimate. Then who pays
tho 30 per cent? Tho mechanic nuty ad-
riiiire the money, but his patrons pay the
duty. Tho man is vory hilly, or some
thing worse, who will assert that mocbanics
pay an oppressive duty on their tools, and
throw out that duty, in their account of
lo-s and gatn; and were the duty 100 fct
cent, the practical operation would be tV
run Anv iYit of ordinarv m;ii iiuj-O
see that this denunciation of a locofoco
tariff, by a locofoco, is a locyfoco pretext
for a contemptible locofoco humbuga
locofoco trick to array tho poor against
thcrleh; and every sensible and prond-'j
spirited mechanic will spurn, alike, the
argument and tho motivo. " Such an argu
ment may do for Andy Johnson It is in
character with his base-born instincts; but
the man who wishes to maintain a charac
ter for decency, should avoid it. V. ' ' , -
. KJ We wore told, last summer, that
the election of Fremont wonld dissolve
the Union. lie was defatcd, and what has
the Union or the South gained? Could he
have done worse than to Bclcct a southern
tool to drive slavery out of Kansas? Oh,1nt
he would have done it, as a Black Repub-
ican! True; we had forgotten , that
Democracy . sanctifies . the wrong to the
South, and converts it into a virture. " .
If Congress can confer the right
of suffrage upon a free negro, why can It
not confer freedom npon a slave who es
capes into a free State? If it can do the
one, it can do the other, and the fugitive
slave law becomes a nullity. To recognize
a negro as a citizen, is a stride towards
abolition, by tho Gcncn.1 Government
The South had better look to it in time.
JK3" Why do the southern locofocos,
who denounce Gov. Walker, spare the
tho President, whoso agent ho is? Be
cause it is safer to crush individuals, how
ever unjustly, than to endanger the party.
It may he so, but the rascality of the pro
ceeding is much greater. .....''
Sg When a southern man publicly
avows that Congress has a right to make
aj citizen of a negro,: is he worthy of the
confidence of southern people? Look out
Gen. Harris I ...
THE DRAMATIC CLUB.
We have omitted a notice of tho per
formancc of this company, onVhe night of
the 4th, becauso we, could not be present,
and hoped somo one would furnish an ac
count, who could speak from observation.
Wc understand, however, that the pjlay
the Apostate was received with decided
proofs of approbation by the largo audience.
We aro advised that the company is now
rehearsing "the Lady of Lyons," and will
bring it before the public in a short time.
The young gentlemen have displayed much
energy, and no small share of talent, and
det-ervc a liberal patronage.
3-Wo are indebted to Mr. T. A. Jones,
of the Montgomery Mills, for a sack
of flour from new wheat. It comes as a
tribute to our beauty says tho donor
and as Tom is himself a beautiful boy, ho
is a competent judge of beauty. At any
ratefhe is a good judge of flour, and
knows how to make a splendid article, as
wc cheerfully testify. Mr. A. n. JudkinB
is his agent, and will supply his patrons,
and deliver the article, free of charge,
within tho corporate limits.
3y Seo the Statement of tho Northern
Bank. The Statement of the Bank of
America is too late for insertion this week,
but will appear in our next paper, and
will be otherwise published befere then.
Our Banks appear to bo in excellent con
dition. t r '
The crops of wheat, as far as we
can learn, were never surpassed in abun
dant yield, or in size and weight of grain.
The samples wo havo seen and they not
selected aro superior to any we have ever
before examined, hero or elsewhere. The
price is not yet fixed, and, we presume,
will not be, until the extent of the corn
crop is more fully ascertained. It Is late,
and not very pri-uiiuing, bu t a tood scasun
will bring it forwi
a large one.
anJ make the yield
Kir Seo the advertisement of Stewart
College, next session of which commences
with September. For hauty a ..U health
iof location, and advantages for education,
this Institution is too well known to re
quiro a Uctailed statement. We had writ-
tcr , however, at some lcuo;b on the sub
ject, but a press of matter, and a scarcity
of labor forbid its publication.
JtTT Thi August number of Arthur's
Home Magazine, has come to hand. In
it, is continued, "Look Out," a story of
thrilling interest, by Virginia F. Townsend
This story is worth tho prieo of tho Maga
zine, which is two dollars per annum.
Sr- The August irtmbcr of Peterson's
Magazine has made Its appearance, bcartl-'
tied by art, and rich in choice literature,
as usual. Th'H number is worth the two
dollars demanded for a year's subscrip
tion. APPOINTMENTS OF THE COUNTY
Messrs. Moody and Davio request us to
announce the, following change in thoir
appointments, viz: Iho appointment at
New Trovidcnce and Bagwell's Shop are
withdrawn, and they will attend tho ap
pointment I of the Senatorial candidates
Woodford', on t.w..,
Chciip Hill. " ......
1 CITY CEMETERY.
.-''''---'. . - . .
''A number cf burial lota in the city
cemetery have hoen selected 'by several
persons, but not paid for. I ThU is to no-
tify all such person that if they d not
come forward and pay for .the same, the
lots will be again put upon the market.-!
By tho laws of tho city, no lot is con.
sidered sold until it is paid for. -
' T. W. BEAUMONT. .
July 17th. 185?,' - .. ( Recorder &c. . "
- Read the following just rebuko of dem
ocraticracrt!, . democratic nrttmrj;, from
the National Inteligcnccr, good authority
with every Whig, wo presume: " . '
Petty. From th e impression which wo
early received and have always entertained,
through yer.rs row not a few, of the Pres,
ident's personal character and disposition,
together with the liberalizing influence of
his long experience in the civil service of
tiieftovernment, we had hoped, and even
ventured so express tho hope" that in the
accissioa or Kina-nonricu ait. .uuenanajr
to the presidency the country was to wit
ness, if nnt an entire return of that "era
of good feeling " which, forty years ago,
marked tho advent of the last of the stock
of Revolutionary Presidents, at least it was
to witness no recurrence of . that petty
proscription of huinlle clerks and servants
in tho Government burcaus-which marked
the reign of terror.', Wo learn, however,
with sincere regret, that this small game
has been started anew though not, we are
confident, with the President's privity -or
sanction. A case camo to our knowledge
yesterday of tho summary dismissal of a
gentleman who, though - only a clerk,
could challenge a comparison in all. that
ennobles a man with any member of the
Government, and whose only fault, if that
may be called one, consists m being a deci
ded Whig. We have no sympathy for offi
cers dismissed for csuse; it is the duty of
those entrusted with the superintendence
of tho public service to displace unworthy
servants; but hero is the case of a man not
only whose life' private and official, is'irre
proachaolc, but who wore a sword in de
fense of his country before those who now
contumeliously deprived him of his bread
were born. Such a caso we cannot suo-
poso to bo a solitary one National In
Uligenocr, ICth. , -
. Decision ix tub Habeas Corpus of
the U. S. MAKsnAL. The Cincinnati
papers of yesterday contain the following :
Judgo Lcavitt, of the United State?
District Court, yesterday made a long and
able decision on the application of the
eleven United States Deputy Marshals who
had been arrested and were held in custo
dy the by sheriff of Clarke county Ohio.
It is a document which meets fully every
qiestion raised in this extraordinary case.
The right and authoritity of the United
States officers to resist and disregard all
State process, while engaged in the service
of tho writs of tho United .States tri
bunals; their duty to prevent, by any de
gree of force, any interruption in the per
formance of their duties; the exclusive
jurisietion of the United States Courts of
all matters arising under the act of Con
gress providing for tho reclamation of
fugitives from labor; tho violation of the
sovereignty of the United States, which
would be involved iu any attempt to exe
cute "the extraordinary" act of the Ohio
Legislature giving the State Courts au
thority to issue writs of habeas corpu
against all parties detaining persons for
any cause, were most lucidly and ably ex
Judgo Leavitt unhesitatingly decidod
that the Marshals were justified in resist
ing the service of the writ in the hands of
Layton, and that no more force was used
than was necessary to overcome the viol
ence of tho Sheriff and his assistant. ; He
saw nothing to censure or condemn in the
conduct ot his offiecrs.
He said that whatever prejudice might
exist in tie community against tho act of
Congress relative to fugitives, it was the
duty of all good citizens to obey tho law,
and if must bo enforced. This duty, the
obligations imposed by the Constitution,
tho relations which the States had agreed
to bear to ono another, were most eloquent
ly dwelt upon and illustrated.
The conclusion of the decision was, that
the Deputy Marshals be released from the
custody of the sheriff of Clarke county.
The News by toe Araia. We add
such itcmB from the details as are interes
ting. It will be Been that Bishop Smith
of this city, was present at the annual
Commemoration of the Oxford Universi
ty, and wns loudly cheered. The title of
LL. D. 'yus conferred on Mr. Dallas.
Great Britain. In tho House of
Commons, on Thursday, tho Oaths (Jew
ish Disabilities) Mil was taken up for a
third reading. Tho Marquis of Blandford
moved that the bill be read that day six
months, but after some feeble opposition
from a portion of the Roman Catholics
and others, it wa3 ordered to a third read
ing, and passed by a vote of 291 to 1C8
The bill now goes to the House of Lords,
aud pvt,iumption is abroad that thera ha
been sufficient modification in the views
of some of the Peers to render it pribablo
tnat the measure may pass that body
Tho AnnualCoramcmoration of tho Ox
ford Universities took place on the 2-ith
of June, and among otheTswho were in
troduced for degrees was Mr Dallas, the
American Minister, whoso reception bv
the graduates in said to have somewhat
equivocal, "as if the body doubted the
inenuiy uixpuauion oi I'resiucnt isucnan
an, and disliked what they construed into
approval of a pro-slavery administration."
Nevertheless, with singular inconsis
tency, we ace that Rt. Rev. the (Episcopal)
Bishop of Kentucky (tho head of a slave
holding diocese, if not a slaveholder him
self) was "loudly cheered" on the same
occasion, and by tlw same "friends of freo-
Northern man (Mr. Dalian) from tho freo10 "ni , n'' bcforc ,ho
State f Pcnnfylvauia! . Com met, thoy must order from Swan & Co.,
Tho accounte of tho prain ami potato Atlanta-, Georgia, ticket. In their calehraUd
orufin Irulsrd aier highly encouraging. ! Intcrira.
'RANrE. J'he tloition 5citeinont hail i it i whieprrrl that "rnMcman of this
J-.- vkw a. :.....! .1 a. iL-
tj.o -jr-n- t. m.
nearly idicd out. The returns from the
firovinces were coming in almost universal
y in favor of the Government, the opposi
tion having elected 'only 5 or 0 out of
the 'lb i members returned, - The Ministe-
.rial journals srencrallvxpresB treat satis
facti(,n t the. result, and declare that it
surpasses all the hopes of the friends of
thft Empire. 'On the other hand, hower
cf, the Democratio party are equally loud
in their expressions of satisfaction. The
new elections in cases where an absolute
majority was not obtained by either can
didate were to take place on the Bth of Jn-
ly. Gen. Cavmgnae was in this predica
ment in Faris, - while in the 7 other pro
vincial districts where he was put forward
ho was defeated by very large majorities. 1
The Couucil of the Bauk of France had.
reduced the rate of discount on commer
cial bills, per ct., but the interest oi
advonces were maintained at 6 per ccrt.
Spain. The Mexican" War Qucttum,
The Madrid correspondent, of the London
Times, tinder dato of tho 19th of June,
says- that "a long conference' that took
Lplace on the 17th inst., between Senors
Pidal and Lalrngua does not appear to nave
greatly improved the chances of a settle
ment of the dispute between Spain and
Mxico. There is no reason to believe that
this Government is otherwise than pacific
in its wishos, but itis pressed from with
out, and dares not, perhaps, be as concilia
ting and yielding as would be dcsirablo or
as it could wish. The report that Gen.
Concha had sent vessels to the coast of
MeVico is fully confirmed. " This might
induce one to think that that officer, who,
at the commencement of tho dispute, did
not show at all a hostile feeling toward
Mcnico,"had changed his views and plan
ot action. ,
Meanwhile with Spanish ships off Vera
Crus ther j is a risk of collision a small
spark might soon become a flame and
Senor Lafragua, already indisposed to re
main much longer in Madrid, un!es3 recei
ved ia an official capacity, would scarcely
have a choice but to depart at once, should
news come of the slightest act of hostility
have taken place. Opinions here are very
divided as to whether the quarrel will bo
settled amicably or tho reverse. . The git
nation nt this present moment is critical.
The English and French Ambassadors arc
doing.cyerything In their power to bring
r.bout a reconciliation. According to the
present appearances not many days can
elapse without the question assuming a
moro decided aspect lor better or for worse.
The samo writer intimates that the com
plaints concerning the slave trade in Cuba
are stronger and more frequent than ever,
and that Lord Ilowdcn has just sent in to
tho Spanish Government ' another very
strong note on the subject.
In a ldtter, dated June 20th, from the
samo source, tho above views in regard to
the Mexican question are reiterated, and
it is odded that Senor Lafragua positively
intended to leave Madrid in the course of
tho following week, unless he was previ
ously recognized as Ministcr'Plcnipotenti-
ary ' .".,-'
From Port au Prince. On the morn
ing of the 12th nit., a destructive fire broke
out about midnight, resulting in tho de
struction of nearly the whole businem portion
of the city! . ' . ',
The fire broke out in an apothecary's
store, and, spreading rapidly, about one
hundred house were detroyed, and proper
ty to the value of a milium dollar consumed.
Three pevnona were burned to death, and
the affair created great excitement.
Our filos furnish the following particu
lars of the conflagration: , V
His Majesty on horseback, accompcrrd
by the Chancellor and by his staff, came on
the ground at I o'clock, and remained all
night. The attention of his Majesty was
particularly turned to tho preservation of
the custom-hoitse, which was filled with for
eign goods. The fire was found to have
destroyed two small islands lying between
the quay, the streets of the Government
warehouse, the Rue Bonne Foi, and Rue
Traversiero do la Place Vallicre, the island
on which stood tho Bonne Pharmacy, tho
Place Vallicre and half of tho town neigh
boring islets. Commerce has suffered a
loss of 30,000,0001Iaytien dollars in goods
and buildings. About ninety houses have
been destroyed. Duringthij terrible night
order aeigned throughout the capital.
THE LIVER PILLS,
The Liver Pills of Dr. M'Lane were
first used by him exclusively in his own
practice So efiicaoious were they in all
casos of Liver Camplaint, th.it they became
famous, and attracting the attention: cf the
medical faculty, passed into general use.
They act with great certainty and regular
ity; the patient almost immediately feels
the dispersion of his disease, and is grad
ually resorcd to health. With some tho
effect is almost miraculoulous, frequently
experiencing immediate relief, after having
for months resorted, to drugs and medicines
of another discriptiou, in vain. . Diseases
of the Liver arb very common in this coun
try, and aro often frightful in character.
, Thoso who experience any of the premon
itory sypmtoms of thisdangerons and com
plicated disease, should at once procure a
box of Dr. M' Lane's Pills, prepared by
FlcmingBros. of Pitsburgh, and perhaps,
thereby, be saved a world of misery.
B)-g Purchasers will bo careful to ask for
IU. M LANE'S CELEBRATED VER
MIFUGE, manufactured by FLEMING
BROS., of PiTTSBCBtni, Pa. All other
Vermifuges in comparison aro worthless.
Dr. M'Lano's genuine Vermifuge, alsohiB
celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at
all resectable drugstores. None genuine
without tlx, m'gitature of
20 FLEMING BROS.
THOSE THAT READ THE STARS
I Say, that the signs are right, and if any
T.."jyK ' '.TtTt H'..: ' . HH .1 (TT. 'lH ".I
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city, (it is to be regretted that it was not
the writcr,)taking Timo by the forelock,
dashed into the stream of fato and secured
a prize of twenty . thousand, dollars, that
was drifting past ono Saturday, ready for
somo sensible man to grasp it $20,000!
why such a pile, at the cost of only f 10
would make s hermit dancc.Rcracmbcr, ail
you that want rnoncy; S. Swan & Co., At
lanta, Georgia! price of tickets $10!! hal
ves t5!!! quarter $2.50!!!! draw every Sat
V ; ALL IMPORTANT. . .. .
Hcrlev'sSarsaparilla. The com
ing changes of weather renders it incum
bent upon every ono to take tho necessary
precaution ' for tho preservation of their
hoalth, and we know no bettor way of do
ing this than keeping on hand a bottle or
two of Hurldy,s Sarsaparilla, tho best rem
edial and preventive' agent in tho world.
Over 200,000 bottles havo been sold
within the last two years, and one -and all
agree incxtoling it as the best ever intro
duced into public use. Wc uso it our
sclves nnd ean cordially recommend It. .
"A Fixed Fact. Dr. Cayanaiiohs
Pile Salve has now been long enough he
fore the publio to havo its 'merits fairly
tested; and from every one who has given it
a trial, we hear of but one expression, that
it is indeed a Cure. Eve,ry ono who has.
used it, experienced almost immediate re
lief and a speedy cure, a result, in many
cases, long and diligently sought, but in
' In a conversation with the Doctor a few
days since in regard to his "Pile Salve,"
he mado this remark: "My Pile Snlvc.sir,
is a cwr not a palliative. Eor twelve
years, it never failed in my hands, in cor
ing every case; and I ask no reputation for
it, beyond its intrinsic merits. What I
ay it will do, it w ill do." . " , v
Wo advise all who have need of such a
curative, to try it. It is for salo in this
city by THOMAS & BRO. July.'
On the 30th ult., by Rev. J. T. Hendrich
D. D. Joun S. McLean Esq. of Miss.,
and Miss Spsan P. Marr of Montgomery
county Tennessee. '".-;
In Nashville, on Monday last.'MftS.
Louisa P. Zollicoffer, wife of Gen. F.
K. Zollicoffer.; '
On Tuesday, July 14th, Mr. Wil. Rusu,
at the residence of Geo. T, Lewis.
On Friday, July 11, at noon, the Rev,
Charles Tomes, late Rector of tbe Church
of the Advent, Nashville.
Cafajicttc female institute.
The Board of Trustees of this Institution tuko
pleasure in announiflg to the patrons of thericnool
ami the publb, that llwy have secured trie services
of W. r. Hill. A . U late fresident of Bethel Col
lege at llopkinsrllle, aa Principal.. ,
Mr. Hill is a eontlemni of eminent tolnnto, pos
sessing a thorough Education, and has been for
norethan twenty ye its successful 1'.,sclierof
young ladies ia Suelbyri'ln ai.d Louisville.
f Jhslweirih ftsslon or IliN nooiisl.lng lnatilu
tiou will com rneiioa on Moncuy, the 10th day of
Augn.-t, 1837. Mr. Kill wli( be asiiated by his
Lidy.aadasufliuleut nuttibcro' eompcteiit Teach
era. - . -
TERMS PER SESSION.
oard end Tuition in tbo family of the Prtncl- " '7 f urM Ut casl, or 10 aZt'!?, I".."'"
ii, . - . - , . . - ss joj!1"". 1 ',r- t. Mcculloch.
'uition In the Prlmnry Department, - 13 DO ,uly l' ' ;
In TrtE Collegiate Dkpartjiixt. '
Junior Claan, - . ' - '16 00
Mid.ile anJ Senior Classe", 81) Ot)
Incidental fee per scholar, ' i 00
EXTRA C1IARGE3. '
Mnsio on Piano or Onttir, ' 250')
Krjuch, Uriuun, or Italian, each,' '. 10 Oil
Drawing and Painting, euch, 6(1;)
Ancient Languages, each, ' 5 Ou
Vocal Music,. - . ' ' .2 01)
The Musical Department will bo filled by one of
the bent Teachera In the Stile. Our village Is
pleasant, retired and healthy: our community
moral, and we have the almost confidence in rec
ommending our as oue of the beat Scuools Iu the
coantry for the thorough, refined and nil 'iiiplinli
ed education of young Indie, end we hoe tnero
fcre that It will continue to receive til liberal put
ronuge that has heretofore b en given it
Tne boarding facilities of our villoma are Increa
sing. Several new uud cominouiouj t-u i di itujt.
have been erected fur Mils purpose, and ethers are
in contemplation; and we hope soon to aniaig : the
bul'diugs of the liiktilution. All Pupl.a emer.iig
the fin.1 month of the session will bn ciiurg -d fur
the whole. - Those entering altervvm Je will be
charged from the ttmf of entering to the los".
No Jotiuction will be niudo lor lUemi miles'!
caused by sii knax, protracted Iwo or more wetka
Each youugl'idv will furnish Udpkinsfar her owu
wee, ' .
For further information enquire of the Trim
.Win. llcs'tr, J. Ji. Russell, A. J. Farrnr,
bainuel Hester, A.J. Fuqua, J. P. Fo, T. N.
Douglas C, P. Hall, J. V. rruser, or of
W. F. Hill, A. M., l'reIJent.
By ordcrofthe Trustees, WM. Hosier, Pres't.
J. H. RuhkoII. Secreiary.
Jlayete, July 1, 19UI-JW.
Sclcrt Qigl) 0i!)ool.
The undersigned would reepeclf ally lufdrnt tho
citilens oi Clurksvillo end viciuity, thut he will
open a SELECT 111CI1 SCHOUL fjr youug la
dles, oa Monday, Sept 7th,
In Maiiouic Hall,
Where a limited number of pupils will be re
ceived and thoroughly taught in tht vnilous ' ci
encea that coustituie a polished aud accomplished
Education. Aa accomplished Lady Teucher of
Piano will provided, and apecial facilities will
be afforded for leurning Vpcitl and InkUuuieatil
Music of diftVreut kinds..
' . TERMS.
First Class Studies, per Session, $13 00
Second . . . . J 6 00
Third " ' ' - 20 00
French- , '" . . O00
Piano ' " . . SO 1)0
Fluie, Violin, aud other Inntruiiisnls, aneb,
par leesoa, . . . 00 50
Drawiug, Embroidery, &.Q., each, ' JOOtt
Incidental Fee, 00 SO
No extra charge for Latin. -As
the number of pupils will be limited, imine
diate application should be maca to the Principal,
stnling ths studies lulcuded to be puraoed iu jth
il.. t :. . 11 B"v .
i.i.srary aui .nru.ieal i-epLrtmo, . . . , , Bl,du.lue ,hr.Uk;t,oui tha
Hnxrl in privut fnuilifj is pro.W.ed f.if f-.rjn., pl 17, .'T.-lli-t Vug
cbclxrt t re :! b rtUei. - "
Apply thfoKh P . O., or to 11.. Inrrmr,.t t.
rw-OBDce of iWr J. R. MlUrr, Clarinlllr,
Tortni one-hall tlricttf id dtn. tho rvrola
Jr at (h. t iddl of the .ion. ,
Julyl7.'S7-lf- . W.E, MARVIN.
William Rogar) It appearing o llis
S atlficlion of Uio Clerk
Tliof. J. Mohford A, dc. Maiter that John H.
John It. AiiaiiH.' J Addam, on of I ha die
reihianu to the aboTa atiitod cue, la a Don rrai
dfikt ol lha btB tt Tennessee to ihal ihr
dlunry process of la cannot ba ora1 ttIUD him .
. It ti tnarafbr erdcr,-d, that pub t Htioa a nmda
in tin t lirouleis, a sr.-wwpapnr published la tho
cilyof Clr Kvillf, for four ucci.atva wcelta, re.
qul n;a.W Eon-resi Irnl to a,,pear at the next
Irrtn of tlio Ch. I crry Conrl to ba held at Clirk !
tillf,o lha .!J Moudnj in OnloSer net. ana uUd
answer. or oeniur ti ompUiUinf b M, or tb
arno witt btnk4n for ron rasdd at to him. anJ.
tho it me act for bem inj i porlf.
July 17, '57-4w. ,
VI '' ",W D.u,"', J IlaPPtngt, il.V
Moo-, Johnaon, &.(,. tub) a1lr.fu, t.0u of. t00r
t n t..' ' 9leriM.-rtbr,tht
J. T.Marabloolajo J J. W. Clogirai. 6
J. C. I rof.foujb. two or ilia oafekdjuta In th
cause, aro ncn-reIJeuu ol ilia i-uia of
Teuntiwe, au tb vrdjiiarv ,rotris of law
cannot be served iif on tLem. t U therefore or-
d-rati, ihnl puMiciilo.;i ba irnde in the Clirouiels,
newipaj.er pub Hird'iu Ina town of C.arkavlll'er
for four aucevraive wacka, tequintiff said l.on-rca.
IdentH to appear at Ihe hext term ol the CliB'iceiy
Conrt lo belieid nc I lurUvillo on the 34 Monday
Iu OcU bcrm xi, and pic id, iilis i n, or demur, to
coiiipluma'.it'a bill, or the mine will La taken pre
eoniBe as to tiiem, und set i'o vn for heo.liffrg.
July 17, '57-4. , .
IN CH.t.NCEU V" AT CLARKsVlLLE. -
" . Bill of Rccivo.
CotaoliddUd caust-a. '
llorub-rger &. liouac, ra Juaeuh Peaeber..
Hulda Pe.ihcr, r.laibeth IWlK-r: Hei,rl-tia
JVuclier, Clniiuaau.bla Teacher, natu!JiiPcacher.
Tliomia Rigii.e te nme. Trice ifcQjjrker for
ti-e of J. k. sihacka ford, va aamn. Quar'tV
PoinJulcri, Quur s, a .nm. Smiih tt. Sent,
va auiiie. )t appearing lo the alLfaoIioii of the
Clerk &. Matt r, tUt the 4'fani'itula tl-.iiua Peach.,
er. Ktiik-lh Pea.hei, Uenih-tta rWhei,CIr,a.
zembln 1'o.eiier. mid Ajjrail Peacher, are tne
wiiraud infant chimen, und Intra at law of
John V. fciotier, cec'd, a:ij Hint tliey.are non."
rtsUeii a of tho Slate of Tenu. ao that the ordinary
lrocsof lawiautiotboaerved upon them. It i
tUiTrioie oraorod I hot pub iciinr, ba tnado in the
Chro ilcle, a newspaper pi lUlied In the town of
I 1 u r If l. 1 1 1 f. . w ... . .. . t.
..., .... -uv.v.r.,.a neess raqu'jmr
fai.i iion-iolder.U lo appear at the neat term of
the t haucary Court ut Clurktville, Teun. on the
3d Monday pi O. truer iter, and ahowrauaa Ii'bov
tbey rrsTe why the auid r-uita vhould hot be revire'd
a u,l prosecuted against them aa the heirs and rep-'
resadtallea ofihesiiil John W, Peober deo'd
T.J. MUNt ORD.C. Sl M. ".
July H57-lw. . ' -
Eank of Tennesaea va. W. A . Jones t lii.
In pursmmce uf an order made in thla cose,
by the Cliwticary Court at Cimksville, at the
Apt II lerin,l;5",ouda bond o-t an attoohment lev
led In the o U83, I will sll, to the blbost bidder,
on the Snh of July, IS57, (Saturday .) at Poplar
f-pilng Friruane, lrt Mules, 3 wagons and gear, 3
yoke of Oxen aud hlidee, 2 Carta, and all the
Kurnace Tools including coaling ground, oro
bank. Illncksmitlis and Curpenlera tuuls.
TERMS, Csh. Sale wil' connnsuce at 11
o'clock, A M. "
, ' T; J. MDjS'FORD, C- Si M.
JulylO, 18r)7-td-pr frte $t Q(J.
v as T R A Y .
Taken uti. by Ucorge VV. Scott, in District Nn.
19, a brown nmist colored m-ire Mule, 1:11
hands high, 4 yeara old, lima in the lelt hip, and
hits a black streak dawn Iho hack,
Taken up, by Bet Hhnoock, in dixtrtct No 13,
a chestnut s.irrel boric, 14 rr IS yeara old, IS 1.9
bands high, has the appearance of being roweled
in bnt h ahuiilders fur the aweeuey, id marks of
the gear on the slionldors, obli mikh in the left ey,
and star in forehead. . . .
W. II .RRISON, Ranger.
JkilyJO, 57 -
-1 expect to leave for the east In a few weeks,
after full aujiply of Fall and Winter Gov s, pro
vided my ouatom.-rs will call and pay tne wbnt
they nwii me. .Coma forward gentlemen.., I have
indulged you l.n', aid hope you will now show
thdt jmr ppiecit8 it by calllnj and paying your
notes uud account.
I hat'ifclill in linntta trood s'iiddIv of Clolhlnv
aud Fiini-hlng Goods, -vhlch will be dhp ised of
STOCK1IOLDK1W Jl. C. & L. R. R
An aJdiil.iuo! call of 5 percent, payable ou the
firm of Anpu l and a call of auin- amount pay
a.lo on tne limt of Scpiember, has leva ordered
by the Board.
.' W. 13. MUNFORD, Pres't.
July in, T857 if .
. Sale of Valuable Land
twill sell to Iho hicheKt bidder, at MieCoirt.
house in CUrk-vtlle. on Monday, th 'Mi clny of
August. l!i, (it being County court duv ,) tt
Trnctof Land on whii li OrBndioon Tvler" livee,
nhoJt 2 miUa fruin New Tti v d-uco, Bdjolulng tire
lair'a of Ko. a Po laid and others. '..
Tho tratt eouiuiuH ebnnt HID acrea. but will
accurnU ly meanured. ami a plat exhibited on tho
ilny of sole, and sold by lha aotu. 'I he Imprnre
meiitere new and we. I tirnnijod for romfort ai.l
convenience. A-oai -Ift hi re clewred, tha balaiice
in dense timber of go .d sjuulity.and the sol' gooof
Hie fences orr In boo I ro..i- ir. uud lha tlUc Rood.
Tkhms '). lourtli okh, ba'unee in equul ray
meiita in; I und 3 years time wah Ii t-rest from
dute. Note v, It!, go 1 security required, and a
lieu ret lined l r bnle nce of ptircliHse meuey.
Possession giveu eniiroW on Ilia li t of t-niivy
uext, an 1 the privilege , see Iit wheat this fall-
I . ,n .f- . T'y MUK1U. Agent.- -Julyjjl.
lr57 tin .
the a R e'a rTrslME'DiaAi.
DIACOVKRY )K THE AOE. 18
AYER3 CATHARTIC PILLS.
They don't krlp complaints,
but they curt Ui.iq
Unebjx has cured Dypep
Three boxes huvo eared th'
Worst OUSFS of fti-rnf.ili
A Two boxes have cured Err-1
ina box aiwuys cures Juuiu lce.
Three boxes are sure.to olranse the system front)
bol.s ofleti lets lhau oue dooa It,
Two boxes have completely cured the worst of
ulcers on the leg.
finall cuses seldom fail'ioetire the rilea,
Oiednse cures Dm heudaclio arising from a fouk
Strong doa-a often repeuted expel every won
from the body. They should ha given to cbil
dren, who are always more or less afflicted with
ti Is scour-e.
Aa a gentle Physio tbey have no squall ' -
One box cures dsretigameut of the Liver.
Haifa box curea a Cold. ''
1 hey purify the blood and thu a strike at the
foundation el every disease.
AsaDinuer Pill there it net their rqnal In the
wor'd, - ' " . ,
Thyare purely veg'tatle, and re- do no harm,
but do accomplish an unaccountable amoaut ot
good, - .
Ptepartd by Dr. J.C. AVER Trentlcs! Chem.
it, Lowell, M iss , aud fold I y all Druggists and
Dealera In nid'Sif through this eullou
Wholesale by Berry tc Deinovilie, Nashville
Retail bv Tnomss ot Bro.. Clarksvllle. aad Cr
T. Torter, New Provhh'nce, and alt ilrng sts ai;d