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W'AcA dwo?t CAoosd' fliis question iaverv 1 "Ordinances
soon to be practically answered by the people of Vu.Ak-lf 25th 1852, affirmed and ordained for
ti Tt .. j o. in j Municipal Government of the town of Loudon by
the L n.ted btates. 1 hey are, very soon, to de- , and Alderman in rilr(,anc! of th6 J.
cide upon whom shall fall the power of exercis- (norjv" vested in them by the." County court of
ing the Government of this nation for the corn-; Roano county on the 4th day of October 1852, ves
ing four vears. They are soon to select the 1 ting in them the right of incorporation by virtue
measures" and dictate the policy that the eoun- of nu act of the Assembly of the Stale of Tennes
try must porpose, and by which it will either f V1 iLe tL January, 1S50,
rise or fall. The question becomes, then, one j He it therefore ordained by the Mayor and
of immense importance. The present well-be-' Alderman of the town of Loudon, shall imme
ing of twenty-five millions of human beings, . hercaftcr the rulcg and re?lations for
and the future destmv of other millions yet un- J . r-
born, may hang upon it. It becomes every one 4tb government of said town; and for the means
to whom" the question is asked to give it a sen-of raising funds for the use of the same,
ous. calm, and thoughtful consdicration. H- Sec. 1st. The Treasurer, Clerk and Town
The arrangements of party nominations and jConstaMe heretofore elected by the Mayor and
the exist in customs of our country nave nar- , . , .
rowed down this choice to two men-Winfield -Aldermen of the town of Loudon, shall each
Scott and Franklin Pierce. One of these two : give & approved security; payable to the
men will be chosen President of the United ' Mayor and Aldermen for the time being, and
States. Whoever, therefore, casts a vote for ! thcjr BUCcessuM ;n 0fflce ;n tne gum 0f flvc i,un
any third candidate, llings away that vote, and:.-?. , , ., , . , ,
i ... r, . , .i -vb-ed dollars each on condition, that they and
shows an utter lndilkrciice to the actual prosper--j ' . J .
ity and well-being of his country. Were there ?caokof them shall faithfully discharge the du
any hope, even the slightest, of electing any oth- ties of their respective offices, and pay over
cr candidate; the duty would be different; but ":prornrtly to the Mayor, and shall or may from
where it is a matter of certainty that the choice . .. ,. . lL .
. , ii. . time to tune, direct all moneys, that may come
must be made between two must we sav, so ; ' - ' J
far as the real practical results are concerned into their hands belonging to the Board of Al
dutv requires a decision. dermen, and the bonds given by said officers as
Here then we have two great candidates ofthe ''fyrpsa; shall be satisfied and approved by
parties presented to us. Something bevond the f . , , .
1 1 i c , .i r said Board of Aldermen.
lrrore s;iip.irt of our party or the gratification of ; .
-our selfish or partisan ll'tlings should guide us j Sec. 2. The town Treasurer shall receive and
in this decision. In order then to a riaht, cor- pay out all moneys of the board, except such
r.-ei, dip-isio:nite judgment on this subject, let 'as may i)e herein after otherwise directed; and
'shall be allowed the sum of pr.ccnt commis-
H" .;... 7i 4tir.-i iVtJntu Imi dixiJmird
the grcf.tr) diUiirs? In answering this ques- " r a11 moneys received and disbursed by
tio.i, we ought to reflect upon the importance of Jiim, he shall keep the books of his department,
the trust to be committed to the men. A maajn a n(.at and legible style, and shall make his
of ordinary abilities, of inferior intellectual pow- i d tua s0 th,t.
vrs, or of limited capabilities of judsriiiir, is not . c j i '
the- man for such exalted and responsible post e may be prepared at any regular meeting of
Let us look then at the two men in contrast. In ."the board, to exhibit to the body if required, a
what ever sit uation Winfield Scott has been pla- -"ballance sheet of the books of town up to the
ced,he has exhibited precisely the abilities nec- Tj f mcct- aml he shall not payout
ssary for the cxi roncics of that situation, lie t .. . .
has been in the most dangerous and difficult po an)' m0l,eJ without an order for the same, hav
Mtions and has always done precisely the thing ing first been passed by the boarJ, signed by the
neccs-arv to produce success. Whether it has flavor and attested by the Recorder, said odrers
been on the ImttlefiVM, in the acquisitions , of .shai,bc regularly filed with the books, papers
con iiiest. or in t lie dt lence of our soil, in the 5 J . , J
management of intricate and j.crplexing nego- ud accounts kept in the Treasurer s office, pro
bations, in the preservation of eace. Gen. Scott ;vided and desijrnatod as such by the Board of
has been uniforr
reservation of jeace, Gen. Scott
ml v successful. His talents and
nbiliti"J li.ive tl. :;s bc-en jilaeed beyond dispute.
i Aldermen, all of which shall at all times when re-
:i!i t!ie s line thiitf be said cd irnnkhn Pierce? , .
If he has ever accomplished any thing for the tl0n ot an7 memDer ot said board.
go.)-l of the nation, or manifested his abilities 1 Sec. 3d. It shall be the duty of the Treasur
by the result.; of his actions, his adherents w ill er vvhen required to report to the Board a full
be able to show it. Has he maJe his mark any 1,. f ,i nrnnnAUrna nf
.ble to show
ir.'zVA of flic ritn'Hilafr.t 7ms hail the largest .
the town, and of all its liabilities on revenues,
irrr experience is oi reat imponance oi tne amount, oi eueci's o:i nanus, uuu ui mij
in tlie m:iiaroinent of men. It gives us the ?ot her matter coming to his knowledge, in which
knowledge of human nature, without which the town is or become, interested in a
most transcendent genius but strikes in the dark, i . . , ,, .
WinSeM Scott has the effect on his mind, which ;fiancial point of view, and it shall at all times
the experience of forty years' service in the var ;be the duty of the Treasurer to. make a full
rious duties which his country has called upon .'statement or account, appertaining to his office,
him to perfynn, has given him, to assist him in :a stilt. Board mavdeem properandrequsite fur the
the management of our national affairs. H b.ere ir
is Franklin Pierces experience of all that the i better a'ljustment of his office, and for any vio
country requires and the condition of the world Ration of this ordinance, by said Treasurer, he
deinnr.'ls? C'fshall suffer such penalty, as the Bo.ird think
Whlrh of fh- ecn.V.hjfc hi Iccn placed in -; t0 hnpase, rrovideda suflicient reason be
f t .'i-.-f' fryni vifc.; ffn.-ts.' Here is another 1 .
,,iu ili.n to'assl-t in raining the doubtful. Look -"ot given.
-.it itiv ditiicult situations in which Scott has been 1 Sec. 4th. Be it enacted that the town Constable
placed, an l view the prudence, ln.viofation. and .sml )10t be permitted to enter upon the duties
of his office until he shall have given a bond
to the Board of the Mavor and Alder-
of Five Hundred
:::in tmtiiirr, m -toiiug ine passions oi uie Dollars, and take an oath to be administered oy
Main 2 Lori. '.-Uir'1, in preventing by his moder- , - r. -.i,-.,! l.Uora.,, f u
. - , . J 1 111- illdlUl 1 U IIIV: IIIIUIIU1 UMVHUI-t V. ..u
ation and lontearance. me ouinreas oi me
Vharl-ist.m liulliiiers. But decidedly the most
tie-, and ths
leis exhibited amid their difficul-
'.-;') n ml iiiori'V with lii-h li lms't
in. Vi ltness nun m rcstrainm? .i-v"-"
j. . ' ( T H ' .1
asvier'Muns ot our ciiucns on Uie cana-'. men oi louuon, in uie aam
,l-.lvl-1..l.- "f thl "i
I"'- wi'i'i'i -,
liuiiiiKTs. tint decided iv tne most .i""1"-3 -
tion in which Scott was ever placed ;'such sum as the Board may allow; agreeable to
I., .k.ik-iu 4 1 1 l.ivir.oii inti.vi u itli liiit n "Vr.
on with but a ?-)e account of services rendered bv him; the
small force, with enemies on every side lighting i,, Consta1,ie shall be, and is hereby vested
f.r th"ir homes, wlnle his (lovernment, wishing . , , . .
to ruin the individual, ne jected or refused to full power and authority to leavy all exe-
snpplv him with the necessary re-inforcemcnts. Hcutions, and to serve all processes of the Mayor
Here Was a difficulty indeed; but did Scott suc-'!an(j Aldermen of the town of Loudon, for which
r faint inner its pressure.' m no , , t:ti0,i in ti, snm (rtn cu.
until he conquered a , ,
the same abilities that would per-.V uiy ttHl'' 1 U1,u
1 t -.:ch resells under difficulties -eJ, and the sum of (25 cts.) Twenty tive tents,
rVor every suhpornee so . served. It shall bi his
7(7 exhibited rc-$. . . , n iwA. nf rnr,i nf nn finr-sso
hit it jA J79 IlfiPlt n J 1
.collected ny mm, anu iaitniuiiy to tne uoani.
conn to it, c.
fo:;ud in Franklin Pierce?
W !; of the cr.-nli'hi.'c
cur.-g-'nnj ut n,a
.k . ,1 1 ... v-i
tt .tt:,-' i n m ne morn ran or nu coiuii:l- .i.
isoii between the two men. Scott has grappled and settle and pay over the same to the Treas
with every ccca-icni where difficulty (iresentedurer of the Board at the expiration of each
itself, folding that he had resources within him-montll and at tlie expiration of his term, shall
.-!ti(iuai to tne emergency, l icrce nas given up j , , , e
""lu i ,i..j..i.. ,.e -ii ..,.;i,
t-idiiii-dik, lilt that there was a lion in the 'f nuur a "l - nu..u...,, -v
vav, and vitlded to inactivity. When in the j-jand processes that shall remain in his hands
vVeTurx; of the United Sinter he aorvPtly resigned '.'uncollected, and shall deliver over to his sue
bis post, the difficulties in the poliucr.! hori:0'2ipjor the same, together with all said books of
ihickt mug around him. . He never had sufii- , d rs appertaining to his office;
ie;,t er.u'.idjr.ce v. Lis ovrn resources to accept y feiu.u, u'm"u h .
,t- ti.n ,.a,.a v.;, -. mnd nnon fiiHure so to do """turn three days at-
and he wes. v.ioe in so doia-.for he prohablyter the expiration of hh said term of ofliee, te profound astonishment and regret to me that mvM,
knew himself better than his friends did. Hel ,. .i, ri r. v I stmients have been so grossly misrepresented &(,
...... " csuuil iLineu hhu uay joi inu uau ui tunHiraiiuu
r;p!,?a to ie district
cepton Military parrade, nor shall any person" .-. a Eloqitfint Euhgium.k.naon Burliagarrta
burn rockets, or any fire works; unless licensed Vlelivered aii oration at New London, on the 3th
i t. j t a- v .1,01. hn ult- whlch 13 spoken of in the highest terms,
by the Board. Persons so offending, shall be Jq t h(j beautiful allusion to
fined by the Board, not exceeding five dollars Calhoun, Clay, and Webster,
at their discretion. fel "r Webster is the onlv survivor of that illu.s-
Sec. 10. If any person oppose the town Con-rions trio of statesmen, "
. " 1 i- i ct A.,trr tin W' Who suook the nations thronirh their IIdp and blazed,
stable in any way in the discharge of his duty, he Tauquished genateg tTem :
or they shall on conviction, be fined in a sum not slecps th;sbeaut;ful day in theswcet aliade
exceeding ($50) Fifty Dollars, for every such of magnolia's blossom, his great heart is still,
offense, and shall on failure to pay such fine and . and quenched is the light of his glorious eye for-
costs, remain in the custody of the town Consta-; ever- pother and fit companion of the great
i n u -i l.orwiA150"1'1 ar01111" fell but yesterday on the field
ble until the same shall be paid, or otherwise fame and nQW anJ m
discharged by order of the Board. P. his bier through a weeping nation, back to the
Sec. 1 1. Be it ordained by the Board that if .'generous soil of old Kentucky, there to sleep the
any person shall be guilty of violating the Sab- ' Bleep that knows n0' waking The orator, the
. .i I v v p T,fVvi in ! ehlva'r"i gentleman and noble friend, s bevond
bath within the incorporate limits of Louoon, m roach omticQ of nJyer
any, way such person or persons, shall be; by the shau he rouse us with his bugle blasts, or mel
town Constable J brought before . and subject to 'us into tenderness by the touching melody ot
fine and imprisonment at the discretion of the : his voice. . , . -
t i ni;n r9-, Txvpntv Five Dol- i And lieofthe imperial intellect,
UUa.u, vv- , , 1 henian'sglowiusRtyHandTur.oy'sfire,'
larsiorwnicu 7 - wanders companionless and alone, by the cleep
cases. , j sea he loves so well, gazing, with his great eyes,
Adopted 23th October 1852, -into that 'undiscovered country, from whose
f bourne no traveler returns.' Oh! long may he
Gen. Scott J Personal Character, anil ;. jve and nia the refreshing breezes fan his
Public Services. The recent ungenerousassaults - brow and bring back tie roses of health to his
upon Gen. Scott by the more abandoned and un- . fading cheeks. ?
scrupulous of his political opponents, has brought j I refer thus to these Americans, not to concili
out a powerful and interrcsting article from the ate their friends not as a partisan; no! no!!
Philadelphia JNonli American, irom wmen w e Uij ; bugles of party this day sound a truce;
extract as follows: , .. but in obedience to the . , . -
Conspicuous and brilliant as the military re- 1 - 'Emotions that start,
nown of Winfield Scott is acknowledged to be When memory plays an old tune upon the heart,
all over the civilized world, the virtues of mer- . I could not better illustrate the glory of our in-
cy, of humanity, ot Christian tornearance; anuoi stitutions than by reference to these great men,
exemplary toleration, which have been insepara- i their noblest offspring.
bly associated w ith all its splendid triumps, do
hini even higher honor, and shed more lustre up- 4 Ex-Gov. A. V. Brown, having made a firing
on his name. visit to Fast Tennessee (we suppose to regulato
"History, in no age, and in no country, presents overseers for Lradly, McMmn, 'Monroe,
the name of a commander, comparing in achieve- Roane and Blount counties) has returned to the
m,ito nnd m-isition with Gon. Scott, wdiose mor- fiidd of his bihnrs bevond the mount,na. At
al reputation, can challenge a severer scrutiny, -.neither of his appointments in East Teunessee
From the time of his entrance into the army un- ; would he permit a whig speaker to reply to him,
ti! this day, notwithstanding all the temptations although a distinguished gentleman, Capt.
bv which he was surrounded, and the opportune- Haynes, from his county, and who knows him
ties w hich were thurst upon him, not one blcm- .'well, attended at each of his appointments,
ish has tainted his character, or one imputation Why this, gentlemen? Are you getting to be
dimmed the brightness of his honor. ?"afraid totest3'Oiirman Pierce before the people?
'For the first time in a period reaching near-' J Aaron permitted Capt. Haynes to reply to
lv to the far limits of half century, have the fam- : him over the mountain but oh no, when he
ishing bloodhounds of party tracked him into the -s 'comes to East Tennessee his heart is too sad.
virtuous seclusion of domestic life, and howled '.'At Dalton, the Ex-Govenor made a speech to a
at his doors with venomous vituperation. But small, cold and lifeless crowd. He spoke reluc-
they have only deepened the popular sympathy, ; tantly, stating to a tew of his friends that Geor
and excited more earnestly the indignation of -agia needed no Physician, but that Ten., was very
the country. Gen. Scott is as poor to day as ; sick and he must hurry back to his labors there,
when he received his first commission from the Aaron is right for once Teunessee is exceed
hands of Thomas Jefferson. Sharing the dan- Hiiglv sick and tired of him, his sad heart; his
-ers and vicisitudes the common soldier in the -,'over-secrs, Frank Pierce, and the liumbugry of
ranks, he has freely given from his own purse Democracy generally. Athens Pu.tt Vlth.
whatever wa.s needed to console the soldier's con- jj -
dition. On the frontiers of Canada; amidst the t Commercial Circular of W. F. Harris it Co..
rava ires ol the cholera: mine nammocKoirioriua.-i Merchant. Macon. Cenrnin.
ited the Southern market for one
pared to make some Fnzsestiuiis to
He, the great commander, could find time e- T tbo growers of product. which, if improved, may
nonMi from his oppressive duties, to visit the sick ?enalle farmers and shippers to obtain hitter prices
and'to smoothe the pillow of the suffering; to ir the products.
give to humanity what others were giving to 1 "' ;'1,,7 u?
r J r 7 tur lri'irtnf nml thAii flirt wnnr fit cit..iil- nt'i!..
j ML USUI C il MU Bt triam" nn'ii. man i-iihi-;
mid ninon the wounded in Mexico, he was the '3 Having tester
friend and the nurse of the dvin and aftlicted. K vear, we arts nrei
tn p.i:i rk'pf I in va niri trut tn itch oituhi
must be remembered. 1 liev impress themselves 'f g,i,,er9. Uut as the railroad h.n
indeiiblv upon the popular heart, and will be an-.-'.'further into the heart of the produce section: ami as
Swered with grateful pulsations."' Llthese n.uds are more cxten.-ively efjuii'.ped. She strong
0 1 fVprohaliility is. that henceforth there will he dcten-
c-.t.t x-r Tin.' couiwnuicr. fiitioii or dhliculiT in reaching market, at aiiy teavoii of
UHun a.m' uiL.tu.'iinu.uioL, the vear.
and n&'ord t
before me the ac- ::'., .: .! .... , i.i ;.. ,
"UIV L.IOH 11 O lVfi 111 VII IIOUOIU 1 11 III UVIUtlU" UUU
Gen. ScotCs speech to the Mis.iiitippi Delegation Middle and Southern fJeoria. will all
1 feel gratified, gentlemen, at this unexpec-,rle-?-.nL'c,j! th'"t of Tennessee, a.,
x -. . r. . 1 . ii nnces for them, that will handsomely
ted call, and am glad to see
credited men ot .Mississippi
creuueu men ui .uiiwn-;u. x- ....t..! jiri.naring these products lor market. Uut to realise
which has been conferred upon me by the Con- v these far prices, two things are necessary to be don"
vention of which you were mcmliers, is an lion-, 'tirst on the part of the fanner:
on greater than I deserve, and wlicther defeated i 1st. The article itself must he of the he-t quality,
or elected, I shall always regard it as the highest 2'- Jhe ar,i-1'"- whatever it may le must he put
vi ni-yv. 4, i o -vfni m the very best manner, in order t j be presented
compliment which could be bestoi. ed upon me, u -m in go:((, C()IulhiIU 1
and as more than repaying me lor the little eer- vj Supposing that every farmer or shipper will select
vice I have rendered my country. Jam f'tnnly Uie b.t articleswe ofi'er some directions as to
pleased, too, gentlemen, tcith the pla'fonn you Jprepa:ing them for safe transportation; and preserv
hacr adopted; IT MEETS MY HEARTY ANU conni-Jiing them in good order.
al APrnoVAi.: and let me assure you, gentle-';-) A few of the leading articles may wifiiee.
men, that this is no new born faith in me.: , Appi.E.-.ArpIes should be well selected, free from
cii, uwi i" ia . jp)ruises and rotten specks, and shipped in barrels per-
lairs ago Ienerlauud the cntimeufseyrcscd with auger holes, so that the air may fa...
" that platjorv.i on the subject oj Sou t 'urn ;J,hrough. The same remark, as to the manner of
rights I can assure you that I was one of the : shipping, apples to 1,-hh l'utttne and Oin'uu; all of
first to give in my hearty and cordial approval which should be shipped, at intervals, from Septciu
and endorsement'of those measures, when they rtber,unti1.' Iune- . , ,, ,
were before Congress. There were but two oth-;iJ W" housan. s of dollars to ew Wk
. ' . r. . . ,. , :v-and Aew Lngland, annually, for these three articles,
ers ahead of me in point ot tune in their advo-si hi, XenneMe0 caH flirni;sh betler nualitie(( of the
cacy, and approval of those measures. I
Mr. Clav and Senator Foote, of your State.
fame, for the same prices
DitiKD Fri it. Both Apples and reaches should
as Hiiatcraguui - - .j . fo nthvJ. ,han 1Ve L, beC!lne
and publiciy declared my sentiments to every Jit win pay the farmer more money, if properly man
man, woman and child who has approached me.a,ej.
on the subject, I have not sought nor have I H To make merchantable bacon, the hogs should he
desired any concealment of mv views and opiti-tlwell fattened on corn, and after killing, well trim
ions in rcf -rence to them, and it is a matter omi"-l!-salted thoroughly, smoked, and cared dry be-
:nan his inends did. Cshallforfeit and pay for the use of corporatio
attorney of ew llamr- , . ,. , ,
,.n i,.u-, .a.;J ?the sum of Two Dollars for each dav he ma
'so ret use.
Sec. 5th. The Constable shall have full po
ler and carry into eltect to the utmost oi ins
-hi'.v to nof-oiit :i ldnco in Mr, Pnlk-'a raliinpt."?.
7 , T ... . .
o bo sent again t- the United States Senate. v$
ilis goxl genions forsook .him v. lien the appoint-;1!
ment of brigadier general .was offered to him.
ant cf r.vcurces f. rth:-tcxi;rency. His friends vPwfr each an1 evcr ordinance, rule, and reg
aro welcome to r 11 the ghry they can create for.nlation of said Board, and he shall execute all
inm out oi nu military exuoits in .Mexico. -the commands and orders ot the Jioard, m rela
r.7'".,w , er vt: tion to anr matter in which the town may be
n fav-, r of river and harbor im-;11,lie,esiea lie sua" auena pu meetings oi ine
icrce is opiiosed to it. Scott is'";Barth, and keep good order while the sitting
i'.j:g tt e.t t!ic tinted btates should assist in vthere, and shall patroll the streets after 9 o'clock
building ror.ds to crnnect the extremities of our :P. jf.; and apprehend all slaves who maybe
iitiiueitD-. llK r. r:erec is opposed to it. Scott ? v I . , ,
is in fnrr of tho encouragement of American rrora ll0mc wlthout P'188 from the master or
-A:i ;try and ingenuity bvthe protection of home Vporson to whom they may be hired, and bnn
JMtiub.eh-.rej. rierce is opposed to it. Scott v'them before the Board to be tried. He may set
liniluvor ol giving our own wor to our own .'such hours as suitshiin forthedisch arge of such
citizens. 1 lerce prefers to assist British labor, -f , , , , ,
and is recommended by the English papers as .;.jdu,-r' a,ld shaI1 have Power to
being the best candidate of the British interests.-1 T0 wuen necessary.
Can there be, then, any hesitation in making J Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the town Con-
thc selection.' rreemcn of Connecticut! to you,table to suppreS3 am put down niiriot3 that
Hartford (Conn.,) Couraut. ' , niay occur within the incorporate limits of the
wjsaid town, and to arrest such offenders instanter,
Gen. M'ooTs Opinion of Gen. Scoit.We vand brino- them before the Mayor and Alder-
coinmend the following extract from Genera! "2 4i, r .1, 1 1 ui,
w' i 1 4-t mi .1 r 1 men or any three cf them who shall have pow-
V ool s speech at Louisville, to the careful pe- S 3
rusal of our Democratic friends. The gallant rtp inflict such punishment as they deem riglrt,
Ceneral, although a democrat, knows Scott's J Sec. 7. The town Constable shall at any time
services to the country, and does not hesitate to ?k iti,i., n f.-.n f,ffir. hv vr.t nf (ho
do him justice: Pj.,, j i- 4 re i . (
i 4 J Aldermen, and subject to a line lor neglect ot
i emit me to return von my very warmest ''. ' J 0
thanks for the kind reception you have extended j,du" antl t0 '""V0 y the Board at their uis
to me since I entered your Slate. I am not cretion.
vain enough to believe that these loud cheers A e o n 1 1 i t 1 n
irk;..l, T 1, . , r -tf T Sec. 8. Be it ordained that if any person shall
-nicn 1 hear are given for any merit of mv own. 3 1 1
They ascend in consequence "of my association10 guiltJ of quarrelling, fighting or otherwise
with ray illustrious chief alluding to General ,T acting in a disorderly manner within the ineor.
Scott that man whose name awakens-a thrill -Vporate limits of said town, shall pay a forfeit, a
in every bosom, and the memory of whose deeds i .1 in " i ,
calls forth the shouts of assembled thousands in Vum notlcss thaQ a d',IIar' nr mPrC tban tWCn
every city of the Union. Those deeds adorn )r dollars, upon conviction before the Mayor
the brightest pages iu our military annals." ETand Aldermen or any three of them, shall there-
, . . Pvuixin in failure to pay fine and cost, be taken
Tennessee produces t.u finest Wool in the. , , 1 , .. -
World! It is a matter of just pride with usV 0 custody untl1 such paid, or untillibcra
Ihat the premium of the World's Fair at Lon-'Md uy order of the Board. If any person shall
don, was given to a Tennessean for the finest f be found drunk and acting disorderly in the
specimen of wool exhibited. Mark R. Cockrilhtown, shall be fined in such sum as the Board
Ksq., of this county, has recently received the ...
Medal awarded to Lira on that occasion for his m?f an3" of t!iem ma7 tIimk ProPcr not exceed
premium fleece exhibited. No single woo!iinS five dollars, or be in the custody of the
grower in the world has for years had more rep-.Town Constable, until the or she be released by
utation than Mr. Cockrill for great success. He jr the Board.
has large sheep farms, the finest varieties, chal-3 c..,, i, a . , , - , ,
lenges the worfd for comparison and has arnassj ?tC' 9 II 6U,not be lawful for anJ Pers0
cd a large fortune, in much part by his success-10 fire &Sun PlstoI or any other fire arms within
ful wool husbnndn-. Banner, R'he corporate limits of the town of Loudon, ex
fore boxing the bacon for market. IIstfih ami t hold
ers should be trimmed after the Baltimore sfyh
that is, tho shoulders nearly square, and the hams
X 1 1 , .1... I . . . . . I ...... k. ' J
2nd that 1 ".ve oeen maoe uic auojfti ui sueii3rounae,i at the top; not forgetting to eat o!T the legs
nniust fttiJ malicious Jllcr na,ne hasJjust above the kr.ee joints, aud the tail from the ham.
j i - - tj Seward.ides should he free from backbone. Clear sides are
been conjiled witn that ot mt. u -- orih one cent cent wr lh. more than the ribbed side,
and I have been charged w.Lh entertaining seuf . . , .
timents in common with Inm in rerun,."--
' ... 1 I . . . . . , ... ........ - ..Hi. i,r nnll l.i, inA.A'N
. . H
4,.r 111 net..
"Vurinsr the same C,iC!!,v of pork, a difference of from
t? nei b. The ilnr neany oaeon is
unjust and false. It is true, I am personally JiC-3itrimmC(jf tj,e better will be iLc price.-'
iiuainted with Mr. Seward, and that he is pcrscn-i Lard. The belter plan is, to as.-crt il ,:'rJ
all)' my friend but I am not responsible for his-; 'keeping the leaf from the enirail lard, mid send it to
peculiar sentiments, 'nor those of any other anan?;i'iarket in neat cans, containing from 100 fo 200 lbs.
who may see proper to sujiport me, an(l no man vj- ice cans 01 un, ms. m usuuuj .inS one cem
livino- knows better than he, what my opinioiisrrn,.,e per poi, :. , , , , , r . , -
nwiig iiiimii Winn 1.... 11 ., . 1 . J IU ttkr. Butler should bo made of rich milk; the
are, and always have heen. i inace Ins sicquam-jni,k nn(1 w;lter eil,;l.f., ,r,.'.(,( a:!(i the butter
tance sometime in the year of 'oft or 7. I lfifIj'nniilv in nice cans, lioldinir from 40 to GO lbs. Xail
not met with him or correspond with or lnterehan-kcgs, Kl barrels and boxes arc not suitable vessels
"ed communications with him, however, duriiigVjt'or butter, as is sometimes seen iu market.
the interval from the war '42 to '50. In thclat-$ P .Iy Bed Hams, well cured com-
, ., - v . p fi, . p., .,,,.,,: .-.'itnand as high prices as bacon, the vear round. Let
ter year, during the pending of the Cotvpromi.c, fiV,mers try this article in the Georgia market,
measures before Congress, 1 met with him uu Beans and PjJAS White Ben)1)j we!1 aii.sorte,i,
traveling through .ew Jersey He npproacheaare mutn ?0UgUt for a3 j, diet, and command high
me upon the subject of those measures, and ask-p!(rice. The same is true of the White Lady Pea,
ed my opinion iu reference thereto. I replied t'.rfwhile there is a constant demand for Stock lViis.
him in these works: Sir, lain dead for the Con-$I-H Beans and Peas be sent in sacks containing two
... 7 j y- j? I jr.: .i fm. ...ssbushcls.
siuuiion- aeaa for 111c l.uioii iram ,fw -
Comnromise AM) dead acai.vst axy max who
IS OPPOSED TO THEM OR EITHER OF THEM. TllC.i
laniniaire used bv mvself on that occasion was so
gs. Let Eggs be thipped in barrels, packed in
Flocu. With an improvement in the grindingand
bolting, and then by packing tho flour in nico barrels
positive and emphatic, that in alludinjr to it since,5;lK,und with fiat white ak hoops branding the bar-
for he well remembers the conversation, he has Jvrels neatly, the Tennessee Flour might be made to
even char-ed me 'with rudeness. hive all Northern flour from the Georgia markets,
"I have seen some service in the cause of ourJ beIc Tennessee would receive the ten thou
V , , , i-r, CTsands of d(dlars that are annually paid to northern
common country, and am now advanced in J".-jmnrkct9 for the ringle nrti(.le of flour jjuck wncat
I have endeavored to gain at least a name tor up-MF,ol!r sells weH in the w;ntcr ana Frrin!r,
lightness and candor; and I challenge the worlds Coux.Mkai- Let it be ground of strictly white
to produce a single witness, who would be be-aflint corn previously fanned and free from silks and
lieved in a court" of justice, who will say that I lnitks and bolted and sacked in two bushel sacks,
have ever, by thrOught, word or deed, said orhde emd Meal inten.led for shipping to foreign
j .1 " 1 7-r .1 oJr.tr,t;nn'Por,-'' should be kiln-dried and iiaeked in barrels.
done anything to justify the misrepresentations wouM .f ri Jcrtaken
that have been made as to my sentiments and;. Feathers. Good assorted Geese Feathers are in
opinions, or that they have been otherwise than jj .lemand during the fall, winter and spring,
as expressed to you 'here this day.- Jfanysvchp Mw. If Farmers would get a Hay Press and pack
man can be found, let him be brought foricard, yhcxr hay somewhat after the manner of a cotton bale,
and lam trilling that mi pat life anil scrciccs& meadows wo.dd yield them a rich return, for
shall be icnttcn before and after ing name. - Et0. ,! n p,npn... f (M.,mt:, L:,
Almost dar Xoic. The followini:
illustrtive of railroad fa.ility, is very pointed:-
paying all expenses
'.sionsfor selliiic. le.
fi'i.:-..,! i . t ... , - ....
...nW.!J AUla mu auu winter win oe a lavoraOlc time to
wU...,,,vuv, i3U,,ncs l.OUl HUriU Will UO
'small and prices consequently rule hirh as the crons
A traveler inquired of a negro the distance to a j?are short on accouut of drought during the early
certain point. " Dat pends on circumstances," jart of summer. This step is insisted on, because
replied the darkie. "If you gwine a foot, it Hi!1 "e lennessee limothy and Clover hay once find
take vou about a day: if vou gwine in de stagcWj" f. tho Southern market-its superior ? ual
j u 1 u if t,. iSntVltT WJ" kecP nP 0 demand, and be a continual
or de homnevbas. vou make it m half a day; nut w .' . .. .. r. I
you get in one ob dese smoke waggons, you be&i Grain. Wheat, Rye, Oate and Barley of superior
almos dar now!" Knualitv. will, everv year, find a market in th Smith
" faand should be sent in two bushel sacks, the latter
. 1 c 1 1 r u'. Opart of the summer or first of the fall.
A traveler m a Stage coach not famous for its' CoR shoM Le
swiftness, inquired the name of the coach. Aftho white separated from the yellow before shelling.
fellow passenger replied: "I think it is the Rcgu-M"n'n "e siiKs husks, nubs of cobs, and
1 , - r , , , 1 ?. fatrash of all kinds, should bo sepparated by fanning
lator. for I observe all the other coaches go by it. -gin the same manner as wheat i elenned: nnd wnt to
narket in two bushel sacks. Be certain to keep the :J READ ! READ ! !
corn from getting damp after it is put up for market. Vj A G JTl'S , WASTED!
Wiiite flint corn is generally preferred in the south- TlT'ISrf to employ a number of agents to sell J. S.
cm market, though yel!ow corn is worth more for Bonham's "Improved Garment Cutter" in all the
exportation. . Suites except Georgia and N. Carolina, and I am of-
Tho consumption of Tndin eorj being greatly cuVfering great inducements both by the sale" of the
the increase in Europe, hereafter Tennessee corawi'.l -copy-right of counties and States, and by agency,
find a market in Liverpool and in Germany. TIms -iTuo simplicity of the system is suck that it tan be
coming winter nnd spring it will be shipped hence, ."learned in a time surprisingly short; 12j scholars may
so let it be of the best quality, well assorted, that it be learned in 4 days. I furnish enc-h loarnsr with a
may gain a good reputation there on first trial. The complete set of Patterns and book of, directions for
most expeditious channel to the seabord is by the .cutting Coats. Pants, and Vests of the difforeut styles
way of ?a van nab, which offers a fine wholesale mar- .and sizes. Persons can get the use of jtbese patterns
ket, besides many advantages in shipping, as it re- ':from the book of directions without oral instruction'
jards safety, dispatch, cheapness of freight, insiir- vby a few daifa application
who have icnt for them
I could refer to several
by mail, and are ii'-7
Marks. Let every package be shipped with the -cutting garmenta itceefnUu. This svstein is hot
mark of a single letter, and let the shipping receipt being taught in this State, Kentucky, Alabama,
be sent to the consignee, as soon as tho produce is Georgia, ami North Carolina, and is gaining a por-u-shipped.
K larity not equaled by any other system in u.-o. The
FitKioiiT. The charges that may occur in the ratc3 - ladies (for whose benefit this rule is publish'!.) have
of freight, on the different Railroad?, from time to :given it a liberal patronage. Feeling thankful for.
time, as necessity may require, will doubtless result, ''past favors we would respectfully solicit a more ex
R3 a general thing, in favor of shippers, and conso- tensi, -a patronage.
quently better will he the markets for Tennessee pro- ir,:r "fioia th .se who hive learned my syrteTXi of
duce in the future. Garment cutting.
Thanking our friends for their liberal patronago J , GEORGIA: Walker conntr, July. IS 52.
during our first year's labors in tho South, we are AVe, tho learners and patrons of" J. S. 13 onha-n's
determined to renew our zeal and attention to bnsi- Improved Garment CuttJr, do hereby certify, thai
ness, in order to give special satisfaction to every from our own knowledge and the information obtain-Tennes.-ean
who may patronise us. Ifed from others who have tested the system, that for
. If we have failed in any instance to give satisfac-'(-correctness, simplicity and eonveneacc, wo beiiere
tion, it has not been for want of an honest effort to do . it ii not equaled by any other ystom extant, but is
the very best that could be done under the circuin- ;decidedly superior to any other with which we have
stances. , become acquainted; and as a safe Garment CuUer in
As Tennesseans, we feel bound to guard well, every the hands of the judicious learner or practical Oar
interest that may bo entrusted to our care. , jjment Cutter, we recomend this system as worthy the
W. F. HARRIS A CO. - j patronage of an intelligent and an improveneut go-
Sepfemher, lSi2. ' .S community. In witness whereof are our name
V. S. For narticuhm of the market of Middi3 assi0-niil.
... . . . . -n
n . 1 1 ir 1.. 11.. . w. -. 1 . 1.1
For particulars of the seaboard market address Skid- A
more Harris & Co., Pa''(iunab; Ga,
MA 11 11 1 ED, ,
On Sept.. 21st, hy Jucl '0 Donaldson, Dr. "VT.
S. 110B1NSOX, late of this county, to Miss -j
MARIA A- daughter of Col. James M and
l.r r-.u-t't. I?.i,rT. id" Ctirsicana. Texas.
SPKCI AL XOTI C 1.
JZf!" The Corner-stone of the Episcopal Church,
now building at the Mouth of Tellico, will by Divine
r.criaissiou bo laid on Tuesday, the Oth day of No
vember. The procession will be formed at McGhee's
Ferry, at 10 o'clock, and proceed thence to tho
Church. Oct. 29, 18j2-lw
AUGUSTA P11ICES CURRENT.
Ai ci sTA, O-.tober 27th, 1852.
Miss Martha A. Cos,
Mrs. C. Thedford, .
Miss Mary F. Waters,
Mrs. Ann C. Waters,
Mrs. Mary M. Evatt,
Jamc-J S. Miller,
One set of patterns, book of directions and tape'
Miss Nancy Tanner,
Miss Martha Morri.,
Mrs. Caroline Morris,
Misa C. D. Camp,
Mrs. Sarah Camp,
Miss Martha Coniey,
Miss SL-ily Ann Eratt,
Mi's: Suan Park.
Article Wholesale. Jietail.
BACON. Hams per lb. $ 13i $ lo
Shoulders, " 10 (c " 12
Sides. " 12 14
Hog Round. " 12 ($ 12
BUTTER Gosheu, " 26 30
Country, " 15 ($ 25
BEESWAX, IS dti 20
BRICKS, pr.1.000 COO H 8 00
C1IEE.SE Northern, peril. 11 (ft 12J
English Dairy, 11 (a) 12i
COFFEE Rio, " 10 ( 12
Laguira, " 10 ) 12
Java, " 13 (ii) 1?
Domestic Goods Yarns "5 (t) 87
3 Shirking. per yard 6 f.t) 7
i 5J (,n 7
1 " 0 10
5- 4 " ' ($ 10
6- 4 " "11 14
Osuaburgs ' 8 (ii. - 9
FEATHERS. "per lb. .V. (4 35
FISH MackerehNo. per bbl. 12 50 15 00
No. 2. " " J 00 ( 11 00
No..".. TOO (t 1 50
No No. 4tbUye..r.
Herrings per bos (a, 1 00
F LOI R Comity, per bbl. none.
Tennessee. " , 5 50 f. 00
f'uiir.1, , " 5 75 (a, -7 00
Baltimore. 5 50 7 00
Hiratii Smith's " 8 HO (ty S 50
Citv Mills, " 5 25 (oi S 00
GRAIN Corn, per ba h. 50 K 62
Wheat, 80 (t 100
Oats, :U (.ii 50
Rye. 75 85
Pers. " S5 (g, 100
l'.ipout;i' per keg. 4 75 a 50
Ha.ard. " 4 75 a " 5 50
IRON Swedes. peril) 4 a 4J
English, " 2 3
LARD, " 131 i 15
measure, iind the necessary instructions $5. Pat-"
terns, book and tape, without, verbal instructions $3.-
Persons who would like to be in po.spessi.jn of my
- garment ctter can get a set of patterns Ac. mailed
':tothem(pc t paid) by semling me their addre ae-
. . .1 J l,
compaincu iv tiirirj iiuiuirs.
LIST Of ACKT3.
R. D. JorROLMAX, is ngent for me and is iMiboru-
ed ;a sell any or all the nusold counties or States in
the Union, an 1 will teach the ruin to any ivh- may
rrfiive him a call opposite the residence of J. Cowan,
tf-Main st, Knoxyille, Tennessee.
l Albert G. Cardux, is our authorized agent for th
'State of Kentucky. His address for some tim wifl
j'be Sommerset, Ky.
pj M. M. DorcLAss, Esq., Proprietor of the Pattern
ji; trade in Georgia, wishes to employ agents in that
State. Address him at Calhoun, Geo.
4 T. J. KiTTitEL, nine miles west of Lebanon, and
tT. C. M'Donald, 6 miles from Livingston arc agents
fr Tennessee west of the Mountains.
Kj Besj. F. Dochty and W. N. Price, for the Caroli
-ij C. R. Diiake. is authorized to sell the right of the
State of Virginia and Upper East Tennesse, including
.-'all above the counties of Kaox and Sevier. Look
Vut for Drake he is coining with the best system of
t garment cuttintrever taught for the use of the ladies.
r or rarticuiars anuress ine posr, pain ni taor.isvi.ie,
1 li JtlVPSC.
JAMES S. EON HAM.
J'ltbtitiher tt- I'rttprirtor.
MANIFEST OF STEAMER-LOUDON.
From I'ittal.nrrj, I'e):ijh nni'X,t A" '.'( i';7e, Temit?e.
BV JOSKTH JAQl'KS.
S P I'iivnta. M.ivsvilli
. - - - - 7
.M.ittUew s. to,
sRocy A Dowin,
v.'.J Petret Jt Son,
Article Shif .p'd.
9 boxes merchandize
6 1 trunk 1 bale
2 " merchandise
2 " Tea
1 barrel wheat
1 box merchandize
1 " drugs
win.iierA H.iins, H(ckingport, 5 barrels groevn-
,J D Lcehmer, Cineinnitti,
LIME, Country per box
Northera, per bbl.
LUMBER. per 1.000
MOLASSES Cuba per gall,
NAILS, per lb.
OILS Sperm, prime per gall,
RICE, ' per tierce
ROPE Kentucky, per lb.
RAISINS, per box
Sriitirs North'nGin.pr. gall.
N. 0. Whiskey,
Apple . do l
Cognac Brandv. '
SUGA US N.Oi leaus.per lb.
Pi; to Rico, "
St. Croix. "
- L:iaf. "
Stuart's Refined A,
. i . jj .t
ii Q ii
SALT, per bu.-hel.
" per sack,
SOAP Yellow, perlb.
SliOt, per bag,
Cotton AVnt. "
11 00 I 1
1 75 Ii
l 00 hi
I 15 it
J.f J Steven.
Lathy ..1 Uumey,
ued, Libbey &. Co.,
Camet, R'j.ssel,t Co.
iPant A Murdock,
SVaiuet & Gahar.
jjKendescapt i Co,
JSatnson A Co,
J lVeed it Andrew,
., B Clark,
rohnson & Jackson,
R M Sande:-s
Anderson 1- Son.
Iishop. Welis & &o,
S W Thomas,
Tyler Jc Daadson,
Ransom A Whitty,
jGoodia & Mahood,
John Wells & Co, '
iiav A Mattock,
Naif & Son,
BIG A Colrat,
( A White,
"jjC) 11 Cl'or,,b
. B. PALMER, the American Ncwsnr.Per A2Vf :4Godrrey i Field.
is the only authorised Agent for this paper in the ci-?J is CltAeyworth. J
ties of Boston nnd Now York, and is duly empowered ! s23 different marks ;
to take advertisements and subscriptions at the rates,
as as required by 11s. C
C. PIERCE, is our authorised Agent at Philadel
phia, r.pon the Fame condilions.
YtT. THOMPSON is our Agent in Baltimore. j
JTavlorA Odien. )
!7 different mnrks j
Cartly Johnston, Bonis ville,
Gardner, it Co, "
r T rT.lrr,ll
1 3 David A Hunter, Louisville
SiCleveland A Hues.
Eeynolds & Lcuty, Proprietors.
rilHIS is a first class HOTEL, and is couvenier.tlvtlfolmston.t Ru-hnr.1.4 "
1 sitna'ed for pasrengers either by Railroad org Louisville Mail Boat
bieamboats; is also Stage Office for the Stage lines "
leading to Campbell's Station. Knoxville, Joncsbo-3-. L Shelby.
. . ..." ... .... ., .11
rough, and i.ynciiuiirgh, a., ami it urn w me en-u
deavor of tho proprietors to give satisfaction to alUiji",
who may favor the establishment wii.Ii their com-JJ.) different m'kii j
pany. oczunitl k
5 ) box's merchandize
5 casks, lii bales.
10 doz. spa ds, 5 kegs
37 ' merchandie
2 casks, 9 hats carptj
2 bh.ls. hardware
20 boxes nierchaiiditt
6 boxes merchan l:--e
4 bales dry goods
4 boxes merchan lie
2 " 5 satks, I chesi
5 " merchandise
6 " 7 bales, oil il .th
1 hhd hardware
1 1 boxes merchai.di.'e
5 trunks, 5 box gla.-:s
11 chests tea
5 boxes spice, 1 box
5 kegs nails
2 boxes dru'
6 d , do
2 do dj
3 1 hhd-" bae n
4 box locking s!is
2 do mere huadise
5 do do
2.1 bales of goods
18 bundle gass pim-p
20 box mercliiuidi.-e
2 bales. 1 cask
2 box riJe Lbls. 1 bid
7 boxes g!a. 3
5 box merchandise
15 box axe."
5 do uierclwsndire
3 d- do 15 bah:
19 bales goods
2 boxi.tcr'd -ivibb!?
66 do do 2 bo axes
5 casks, 33 bales
159 lox uier d-e.77 la!s
21 trunk, 25 box tea.
2 glass, 6 hhds har'ro
10 bux axes. 2 en-ks
C do mer ih e, 'i bal,-.
8 do dj2 Lhds.ivare
" 6 bales gO'.Mis
Jcffersonviile, 1 ( box gias ware
" 25 do merchandise
10 do' d'
l do 4 bales.15 casks
1" do merch-in lise
12 do 1 bale good
" 7 bale leather.
Shelby Point, 30 box mer'se.10 bales
2 kegs, li keg sund a
jiroprietors to give satisfaction to all.-aKord k Barnes, ) Ford'i Ferry, 50 box merchau'li.-e
Philadelphia Type anil Stereotype Foundry
iiibscribers would call the a;tention to Pnn
10 do glass. 6 keg nails
20 bnby dry goo.Is
hardsoniFord Dycansburg 29 diil'ut pack, goods
rlillE subscribers would call the a tention to mn-t'jj JlcLine, )
1 ters to the greatly reduced prices of their present 'A (lit"nt m"ks i
ir H Lucky,
lirt. They now offer
Pkiiat 30 cts.
Small Pica 32 "
Long Primer 31 "
Bourgeois 37 "
Brevier 42 "
. 48 cts
. 03 " I
. to " I
1.00 " I
4 Lued.ELbai k.i Co Nashville,
11 Paws "
HI T Y'ea'mr n, "
A J Duncan, "
x, . , . .- . '
jeiermiiieu io spare no r.jn-:iM- in lua.vio ll,e,r iu ates 4 Roberts "
establishment as perfect as possible, they have recent-.Jo'hn Daniels, "
ly got u, a complete set of the justly celebrated, -jshepard A Gordon, "
SroTcii-CTT Letteii, from Diamond to English, toV! j y,,,, ' u
whi( h they particularly invite attention. j Waynes A McGill "
Having lately made numerous additions to flieiri jTn.;1I"'. iyi.';tn, ' a
. , i , rr T 1 . - I . 1 A ' '
siocii oi 1 ancy ivpcs, ijuiuci.-, vnauieuis, ac. mcir .
assortment is now unrivaled in the United States:
nnd their improved method of casting, and of prepar-;
ing metal, enable tbem to furni.sh orders in a manner
to in.-ure satii-faction. y
Printing Presses, Chases, Stands, Galleys, Printingjj
Ink, and every article used iu a Printing office, con--j
stantly on hand, at the lowest rates. . i
Second-hand Presses, and Tvne used only in ster-i'J
eotvuinc nt. rpflnr-pd r,s-i,..Q . ii :J
.' i f.7 - r - -v
Books. Pamnhlets. Mnsie. Labels. Ac. Ac. stpre-Tt
otyped with correctness and dispatch. . f'
4t do do do
57 do do do.
20 kegs nails
38 box merchandise
L H Gordon,
J.M L Gordon,
1 do brog
9 packages paper
8 boxes. 1 barrel
3 case hats, 1 box
2 box books
2 d looking glu'ses
4 do hats
8 do coil rope. 2 keg
1 do merchandise
2 barrel oil
Eighty-five cabin passenger way and through.
Eighty Deck Pascngrs to Cincinnati.
Landed at Nashville, Tuefdi-y 7th Sept., with only
13 inch water on the Cumcrl.-nd Shoals.
DISSOLU T ION.
HE nndersigned, have this day mutually agreed
to dissolve their Partnership, heretofore existing
.. - l, T . i. . ,r.. n
in tne rriniiii'r uiiptuera ni nnoxviiie. n. i.
ii i t,. . .
N. B. Specimen Books will be sent to Printers whow-VL',w w "re?J.45f weaoi i ropncior ami owner
wish to make orders. L. JOHNSON Co. ;',f ,hJ A VJiee, and all that belongs
Oct. 30. Ko. 6, &uom street. heretche pays all the debts of said office, and all
Exclaims due tne otnee, aro eonrmg to him. Johx W.
DAXCIXG SCIKK)t. I jO 15niE! i the sole Proprietor of the Lnwtttn Tree
GAYLORD, announces to the Gentle-:-j're Offie, and assumes all responsibilities, as Edi
and Ladies of Loudon and vicinity, that.:tor and Publisher, and all duos to that office are to
will open his School on Thursday the 4th Nov.Ahc paid to him. W. O. BKOWNLO".
o'cbiek P, M-. at tho Marsbll IWel. oe27-3t J S-pt. 1 1, IS5S. JOHN W. O'BRIEN.