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orngg-oosKas chpech atto cheeky stbeets. G. C. TOKBETT & CO. B.G. SA8TKAS, T-O. DUHNIKQTOX. & G.C. TOBBZIT. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB "PRESIDENT: JAKES BUCHANAN, OF PEItHSItVAKIA. FOR VICEPKESIDENT: JOHN 0. BRECKENKIDGE, UUKOC3A7X0 22I.aCTOZtaX. TZGIXES, TOE THE STATE AT LARGE: WILLIAM H. POLK, of MaCst. " 7SHAM G. HARRIS, of Shelby DI3TEI0T ELECTORS. - Mo. 1. SAMUEL POWELL, of Hawkins. " 2. JAMES W. McHESRY.of Overton. " 8. D. M. KEY. of Hcmllton. " 4. E. L. GABDENflIRE, or White, " S. A. EEKBLE. of Rutherford. " 6. JAMES H THOMAS, of Maury. " 7. THOMAS J BROWN, of Giles. " 8. G. G POIDEXTER, of Montiromery. " 9. J. D. 0. ATKINS, of Henry. 10. D. M- CURRIN, of Shelby, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1850. We need not apologise to oar readers for the appearance of our psper this morning, as they will readily excuse any deficiency. 3T Peemtice, of the Louisville Journal, is making a terrible to do over the report that Fre hort is a Roman Catholic. His idea is that moat of the Eoman Catholics, by reason of the persecu tions of the Know Nothing party, are now Demo crats, and that his assaalts upon Fremoxt for being x Catholic may attract the sympathies of that church to him. In the first the place, the Journal knew, or should have known, that Fremont is, by profession, a Protestant, not a Catholic. And secondly, that if he was, the Catholic citizens of the United States have never mixed up their poli tics with their religion ; as is shown by the fact of the 3,000 fanatical clergymen who sent into Congress a written remonstrance upon the subject of slavery, not one was a Catholic. That of the hundreds of pulpits that have been desecrated in the North with political sermons and appeals for money to send Sharpe's rifles to Kanras, not one was a Catholic pulpit. That of the number of in fidel preachers who have been caught at different times in inciting insurrection and stealing negroes from the South, not one was a Catholic. That of all the ministers that flooded the fanatical legisla ture of Massachusetts last year, that are now oc cupying seats in Congress, purely as negro wor shippers, and that are now engaged in editing Ab olition papers and making Abolition speeches, throughout the North, not one is a Catholic Hew then can the Journal reasonably expect by its art ful macceuvers to drive the Catholics from the sup port of Democracy with that of Black Republi canism? The supposition is absurd. The funiest thingj however, is Prentice's de nunciation of Feemont for being married by a uatnoiic meat, no says: "The New York Iribune pleads that he could not at the time get anybody except a Roman Cath olic priest to marry him. We can hardly think this, and If it is true, it was no justification of his entering into a solemn covenant before God and man to rear his children in what he considered a false faith." The idea of the Journal reproving any one taking a covenant to rear his children in the Catholic faith is supremely ridiculous. Does that paper sup pose its readers have forgotten that no longer ego than last summer, the fact was proven upon its editor, and he was compelled to admit it, that he had entered into a solemn promise or covenant, to rear his own children under Catholic instruction? And, if we aro not mistaken, that his own wife is a Catholic and educated in that faith. By whom, then, was tho editor of the Journal mar ried, and what are tie vows he has taken? The Journal dare not refresh tho public mind with these facta in its editor's personal history. Mr. Eames, of Milden, Mas3., was one of the committee appointed by the Convention which nominated Mr Fillmore to notify him of Irs nom ination. Mr. E is now in favor of Fremont, be cause he deems it impo'sibls that Mr. Fillmore can be elected. Albany Journal. So it seems that if Mr. Fillmore could be elect ed, this Massachusetts Abolition Koow Nothing would prefer him ; but as Mr. Fillmore can't be elected, he prefers Mr. Fbeehost. This is the same man who told hi3 Abolition Know Nothing constituents when he returned from the Conven tion, that he believed " he cculd do more for the cause of freedom (niggerdom) by supporting Fill mom and Donelson than by going off" This it one of the men to whom Fillmore and Donel son addressed their letters ot acceptance. Seeing that it Is impossible for Mr. Fillmore to bo elected, he now declares himself for Fremont. The fact stated above and the desertion of Mr. Fillmore by the Know Noth.ng State Conventions of Massa chusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and other Northern States, show clearly the unsoundness cf the great mass of the Fillmore party at the North. The very men who nominated Fillmore turn round and desert him for the Black Republican, Fremont. Mark it not one of the dtstriers ever comes to Buchanan; and many in tho South say that if Fillmore was to decline, they would follow their Northern allies for Feemo.st Honest, pat riotic Southern men, cannot but be convinced that no confidence can be placed in any of tho North ern factions now waging war on the National De mocracy, and will act accordingly. THE PROOF. The following card, from G. W. Alexander, Esq., a respectable citizen, whoso veracity will not be questioned, gives the facts as they are concern ing the hanging of Buchanau in effigy at War- trace. If our Know Nothing contemporaries have the least sense of fairness, they will correct the insinuations they have thrown out, to injure the credibility of this paper, that there was no truth in the report and that it was concocted at our office. This effigy outrage is but in keeping with the violence and lawlessness of your secret order in other portions of the country : For the Union and American A CARD. The undersigned was at Wartrace, in Bedford county, on Saturday night, the day of the Knew Nothing ratification meeting. On Sunday morn ing following, the effigy of Mr. Bucuasan web discovered hanging from a pole tho Know Noth inn had raised for their meeting, and a written label across the breast of the effigy, "Buchanan deadl" When discovered certain Know Nothings pretended to be very mad, but all was soon put to rest by observing the clothes and identifying them. This placed matters beyond all doubt, that the thing was intended as an indignity to Buchanan and hia friends. Now, any person who says that such effigy was not hung as stated, peioetrates an unmitigated faUtltacd, and I stand ready to prove it, and hold myself responsible for what I say. I can te found at Mulberry. Tenn., unless absent on bnsiness, and those who daire to redress any supposed wrong can have it in any wag desirable to them. Your?, G". W. Alexander. July 8, 1856. CtT Every one of the candidates on tho Know Nothing State ticket, in Ohio, have declined ruc ntog, eave Mr. Eggleston, and he is for Fiemont. What a poor farce Know Nothingism is becoming. Lou. Courier. "BUCK AND BRECE.".IN EAST TENNESSEE. Kingston, July 5, 185G Messrs. Editors : As the Presidential elec;ioa approaches the po'it cal feelings cf the peopb are .-., ,w ? .??. of caehnirtvremftwJD,t; reparations for tbs great conflict in November. Tbs Democracy of old Roane fuily realizing thej importance of the crisis and the great strength ol thVopposition v. i h which they will have to contend in tho present campaign, set the ball in motion on last Monday night, during the sitting of cur Circuit Court, by holding a large end enthusiastic Buchanan and Breckinridge ratification meeting, at which a series of resolutions were unanimously adopted, endoring the action of the Convention and cor dially ratifying the nomination?, and denunciatory of the spirit of Abolitionism, Free3oilism tnd Know-Nothingism. After which, the Hon. John HI Crosier, being vociferously called for, appeared, and for an hour and a half poured forth one of the moat argumentative and truly patriotic speeches, we venture to say, that the present canvass, will be favored with. He began by stating that he ap peared upon the stand, not for the purpose of mak ing war upon the Know-Nothing party, but for the purpose of showing, first, that there were but two prominent parties in the country, vii.: the Abolition or Free-3oil party, led by John C. Fre mont, and the great National Democratic party, whose leader is James Buchanan, and secondly, that it was the duty of Southern men and lovers o the Constitution and the Union, to rally to the support of James Buchanan; that the old issues which heretofore divided the people had become extinct; that the great question now to be deter mined by the American people, was the question of slavery ; that the Democratic party was the only party that fairly and honestly met the issue and offered any security to tho people of the South; that the Democratic party is pre-eminently national; that conservative and Union men, North and"South, stood boldly together as a band of honest patriots and brothere, and planted them selves on a platform on which all Southern and Union men might place themselves with undoubt ed assurance of safety and success. He then took a hasty review of Know-Nothingism and its claims upon the people, showed conclusively its abolition affinities that it had been born in the hot bed of Abolitionism its entire failure to nationalize itself after two inglorious efforts that it had shamefully ignored the great question of slavery, thereby forfeiting its claims upon the affections of the Southern people that it had been made up from the fragments of all parties, but that its largest material had been formed out of the old Whig ranks unpalatable as the truth might be to him self and others ; and that it had nothing within iti body but the explosive elements of immediate and certain dissolution, and that any Southern man who would repose confidence in such a party would heve to shut bi3 eyes, grit his teeth, and go it blind. He then appealed to the KnowNothinga present, and told them, that they had already swallowed one Democrat, (Donelson) and to take care that they did not swallow a Black Republi can ; that the contest was solely between Mr. Bu chanan and Mr. Fremont, and that every vote they gave for Mr. Fillmore was half vote for Fremont, and that to grant them all any sane man could calculate for them, their candidate (Fillmore) could not carry more than one or two States ; and it they should, unfortunately, do that, they (the Fillmoreits) might thereby secure the election of a Black Republican. We would be glad to report Col. Crczier's speech entire; suffice it to say, it told well that night, and had a good effect upon a large majority of his hearers, especially on the old line Whigs who were present. During the delivery of Col Crozier's speech there seemed to be several very restless souls, who talked a good deal and made as much noise as possible, evidently smarting under the lashing they were receiving at his bands ; above all things that grinds them the most, is the idea of " an old liner" making a speech, and they would as soon see the devil turned loose at once as to see them up and at it. After CoL C. had concluded, and three cheers had been given for " Buck and Breok," a Tapster for the order arose and announced that " On to-morrow Geo. Brown would, after Court, make a speech," and in the plenitude of his ignorance said, " ho would a done it to-night, had he been axed and had a cbance," which was followed by a perfect gust of entJiusiasm complimentary to bis verdancy. The next day, after the adjournment of court, George Brown, Esq., of Monroe, who evidently had by this time got his feelings considerably art. used by the dolorus wails of his brethren, who had received such a merited castigation the night befoie, led off in a "ten cent" tirade of abuse against James Buchanan, a general charge of bar gain, intrigue and corruption, and an unqualified denunciation of the present administration, hold ing it responsible for all the outrages in Kansas and all the disturbances and evils growing out of the agitation of the slavery question, both in and out of Congrc-83 charged the Democrats party with violating the Compromise of 1850, by tho pas sage of tho Kansas-Nebraska act, and the conse quent repeal of the Missouri Compromise, (doubt less never read Gen. Zollicofier's celebrated speech, wherein they disagree); denounced Mr. Buchanan a3 an Abolitionist and Federalist had nothing to say against the platform, but that the man on it would not stick to it; lauded the adminstration of Mr. Fillmore said he would do well because lie had done well, and that he was platform enough ; and that John C. Fremont was as good a Southern man asMr. Buchanan, and he would rather see himPresi- dsnt, (have no doubt but that he would a little sooner); at times he appeared to have mush in his mouth, but was found only to be expectorating pretty freely: he ranted and foamed, contradicted himself in every manner, and so stultified his au dienco as to leave them revolving iu their minds the same kind of notions that the fellow had who went out one day to feed his donkey. Go it Brown, 1 thinlt Sims cause win never wane in your hands, as you aro a fit exponent of the order. On Monday, N. A. Patterjon, E q , replied at length to the remarks of Mr. Brown, showing cn clusively that the Democratic party had ever been consistent and national, that it had always acted upon the same principles as shown by their plat form, and that those principles or cardinal doc trines had put to rest and silenced all others, and had even been practically adopted by recent Whig administrations so far as the cardinal doctrines of the Democratic party are concerned; that the Dem ocratic pany was the cn!y party of the country which could harmonize North and South that its delegates from every State in the Union could assemble on a national platform, and with a united voice exclaim, "the will of tho Constitution be done," "let each State have exclusive control of its own private affiirs and institutions," and that it was the only party which could be trusted by Union and Southern men. Ho then showed that the Democratic party, as an opponent, was a com mon enemy to all other political parties of the country that its hand was against all parties and the hands of all others were rgiinst it. He then showed that the charges mida ly Mr. Brown, against the Democratic administration and party, are precisely those preferred and made by the Black Republicans in Convention assembled, as appears from their platform and " Diclaration of Indepeiu dence," but recently published. He then read from the leading Abolition organ (the AaUonal hra) that Abolitionists believed and published that Buchanan was the man who would carry out the full sp rit and letter of the "odious Cincinnati Platform;" that "he (Buchanan) would stick to it, sink or swim, live or die." He further showed that the Kansas- Nebraska act was supported by nearly every South- I em member, Whigs and Democrats,, in both : branches of Congress, and showed conclusively, j by several happy ll'ustratiocs, that Brown's wholo j speech wa3 against the South and harmonized glo. . riuus,J a o'ock ttepuoucan sentiments 4- Bat !t served till tt ednesday night for us to be favored with the "crack speech" of the week, which wa3 delivered by B. Tolirer Staples, a snub elector for the county of Morgan on the Hindoo ticket, and as it had been rumored around that ' old Tol'' was "some pumpkins," especially in the Know Nothing line, and that he had electrified the denizens of Morgan last summer with some gen uine Know Nothingism, it called together fifteen or twenty of tho b'hoys, who desirpd a little sport and to enjoy a treat : when after a little knocking, some cracking, and a general bravo by the house, ' old Tol" ascended the rostrum. Shades of Bowles, bid the usurper depart, transgress not upon my gvllailcm prerogatives I Suddenly he adjusted bis wardrobe and thrust ing his fingers through his hair and casting a side long glance at his immense audience, led off for about 26 minutes, making due apology for his want of preparation, but announced the startling fact that he would endeavor to say something; stated that he had alwavs voted'Zgainst the Democrats and always expected to do so, which announce ment caused the house to re-echo the fiat of the BDeaker. Charged Buchanan with beinsr a Hue light Federalist, and avowed that Fillmore was the greatest man alive. Said something about freo man's oxen, but was too much overpowered to gather the pints. During the debate he was fre quently cheered several expressing their high ap preciation of his talents, while many pronounced it the "crack speech" of the night. - After the noise and confusion had subsided, but while the intense American feelirg was running quite high, the crowd wishing to get a little more light on the subject, by repeated calls, finally over came the modesty of the "editor of the Register," who, by rising, showed hii determination to say something in behalf cl Know Nothingism, and as the public generally are pleased with "off handed cracks,'" especially when favored with one by a ' knight of the quill," I will give you the "pints in his very pinted speech, which wa3 about fifteen minutes long. He began by saying, that he had no great desire to make a speech, but would notice one or two points overlooked by others. First, That the Democrats could not elect their man, because most of their strength was North, and then the Abolitionists would out tote them; seeondly, Bu chanan could not be elected, because Fremont was the richest man in America, and married the daughter of "that old Free3oiIer," Tom Benton; that Benton wa3 opposed to Fremont's marriage with his daughter, and they had to elope and go to Archbisliop Hughes to be married; thirdly, Fillmore and Donelson would be elected for three reasons; first, in 1840, it was said that Harrison could not be elected, because he was called "Granny Har rison," yet, was elected by a triumphant majority over Van Buren, the "long-headed Yankee;" 85C' ondly, in 1844, it was said that Polk could not be elected, because no one "knew him," yet he tri umphed over the tall orator and statesman of Ken tucky: thirdly, in lBoz, it was saia that tae "one cent candy fainting general" could not be elected, yet he crushed to the ground the mightiest chief tain among America's son;. For these reasons, said he, now because it is said that tho Americm party is nowhere, and is with out power, therefore Fillmore will be elected as it were by storm. After the speaker had announced these import ant facts, which had been overlooked by other speakers, he retired from the stand amid thunder ing applause from some half d.zen juvenile voices. Upon the whole, it may be truly said, that du ring the week the disconsolate Know Nothings of Roane have receivod a double stab 3tabbed by their enemies, and stabbed by the weak and ineffi cient efforts of their advocates and friends. There is no difficulty in foreseeing the action of Roane in November next. It will speak, as with one voice, for Buchanan and Breckinridge so will the whole State the whole South. Roane. Murfrekseoro, July 7, 185G. Messrs. Editors : Indications here, at this mo ment, denote an attempt at the perpetration of a Know Nothing fraud upon Whigs who have never joined the order, or who are averse to their move ments. It is said that an accidental glance in a public office, betrayed the fact that one of the orators (if not the chairman) of tho Know Nothing Fillmore and Donelson ratification meeting, was writing an article headed " To the Whigs of Rutherford County.'" It had been observed for a week past, that two or three veteran stagers in politics and political strife (in a small way) were exceedingly busy, and it was guessed that something was in process of incubation. To-day a ekillful accou cJieur, professionally and politically, was called in from the country, Bnd by evening the baby was born. It dropped from the hand9 of the Doctor n the shape of a call upon the Whig3 of Ruther ford to hold a meeting on some day not very re mote, to consider the course proper for them to pursue in the approaching election. Wet nurses were soon procured to take the bantlincr in its swaddling clothes around for exhibition. A few Know Nothings, of such especial water that proba bly they might have been admitted without swear ing, were selected in the name of the Whigs to procure Whig signatures. The whole thing owes its paternity to the Know Nochings. Its parents, accoucheur, nurses and dandier, were all Know Nothings, wearing the masks of Whigs, and seek ing by Jesuitical dissembling to cheat the Old Line Wings into an open meeting with them. Ooce together, by a call published in the Know Nothing paper here, it is easy to see the result, The meeting will be organized by Know Nothings, a committee of Know Nothings will be appointed to draft resolutions, Know Nothing orators will make all the speeches, and Know Nothing voters will pass the resolutions. Tho paltry scheme is perfectly transparent : It is an attempt to invei the outstanding Whigs into an alliance with Know Nothingism first, and Black Republicanism ulti mately. The fun of the thing is, that the artists of thi3 pretty little contrivance, in seeking concealment have only hidden their heads. Like the ostrich with the head in the sand, their unseemly parts are only made more prominent. The Whigs themselves know the mission of this illegitimate emanation of hypocrisy, whilst the Democrats see it all, and only laugh at the bungling attempt. It is poor Sam's last shift, and when washing day comes, Le will have to go to bed, poor fellow! I and Ear. g The Plainfield (New Jersey) Union Essex county, for the last twelve years whig, has hoisted the Buchanan flag The editor says, the whig party being broken up, he goes back to the political faith in which he was brought up. THE STANDARD REMEDY. B. A. Fahnestock's Vermifuge is positively one of the moat eaectual medicines for the eradication of worms that has ever been offered to the public. Be cautious in pur chasing, as spurious articles are circulating through the country. Kead the following : CnzairiAKs Citr. Md., March 3th. 1851. Henri. JB.A. laAntttoet t Co. Gextlihen: It is but due to you to ataiA iht f w been selling your Vermifuee for the last four mn and vu j n iui Biuccmj, uia. u uas given universal sausiao tion It is used and prescribed br the Fhrnnnns nf th town and country, and it la now the standard remedy for "wiiiia iu luu part ui iuo country. Kespectrully yours. JOHN W. COLLINS. 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On the great highway of the trade and commerce of this whole Union, it cannot fail to afford abundant meansof support and probttoall who may cast their lot in our midst. A commodious hotel, "TbeShelton Uouse."hia been in operation since tbe 20th ot May last, under the charge of R, B. Shelton. Esq, late of Lexington, Ky., which has al ready earned the name of being the best Hotel in Southern Illinois. A weekly newspaper, tbe " National Empo rium,'' has been established there, and has already reach ed lis tnira issue. Just one year ago, this 25th day cf June, was the E. R. E. i M. Co.oriunized without mon:y and without lands. To-day it has some 13u0 stockholders, scattered through out the Union, a capital of over $1,000,000 m cash and lands, no debts beyond its fixed income and a surplus, over and above all liability, oftnore than JOuO.OOO, in cash, lands, railroad, depot, hotel, Ac. It is tbe aim of tbe Board ot Directors to make Empo rium a place where do m in need fear to reside with bis family : and ax tar as in them lies, to promote the crouth of refined and enlightened intercourse. A fine row oi twelve brick stores, tour stories higu, is now under con tract, containing suitable halls for public worship, and other purposes lodge rooms and library, in addition to stores, om:es tor Company, Ac A number of cottages and other houses are being put cp. Three brick-yards are now in full tide of operation, with orders far ahead ot their means to supply. Saw mills, machine and other shops, are in courte of erection ; and everytning denotes the early and complte success of the undertaking. ocnools ana cnurcnes, parks and puoiic squares nave been aomlr provided for: and in the arrangement ot the plans of the Association, an eye has been had to all possi ble improvement as in laying out streets, lots Ac, so as to unite the utile cum dulce, in as great a degree as possible. All tbe lota upon iheouisideol tne square are 40 leet Iront bv 120 feet deep: lots in tbe centre ot each square are S6 feet front by 109 feet deep, arranged in blocks of a lots each. The terms of payment and conditions of sale have been made very favorable, so as to come within the reach of ull. Thelirectors invite an to come and examine lor mem selves, feeling assured that none will go awoy disap pointed. Tsaus and Cokditioxs of Sill One fourth cash in hand; the balance in three equal annual instalments, bear ing six percent, interest per annum, Irom day of sain. A ceriitlcaie of purchase executed on tbe day of sale, en titling tb.3 purchaser to u warrantes deed upon tbe lull and final payment of the purchase money. Anypurchaser of Lots who shall erect or cause to be erected upon any LiOt purchased a substanual Irame. and nmsn the same at- terthe st)le of modern architectare, not less than two stories high, and paint the same neatly ; or a brick one or marbie house, of like style, within twelve months from the date oi sale, sucn purchaser anau Be released irom tne in terest upon the purchase monev of said Lot. and be en- hUedtoan additional abatement of ten per cent, on the principal thereof, or, if built upon in tbe manner afore said, within eighteen months from day or sale, then such purchases shall be released from all interest upon the pur chase money therefor. For further information, maps, plans, Ac, apply to the Secretary, at Mound City, Pclaski County, Illinois, or to the Company's Branch Office, No. 57 West Third street, Cincinnati, By order of the Board of Directors. H. UAINER, President. J. GaiswoLD. Secretary. Office of K. K. E. and M. C, Emporium, Pulaski Co.. Illinois. BOARD 01 DIRECTORS. H. K. Lindsev. Covinzten. Kr.: M. M. Rawlimrs. Mound City, Ilia; J W Cochran, Lexington, Ey Jno. aran, Lib erty, Ind.; Daniel Arter, Pulaski Co. ilia; G. w. Hite, Bardstown, Ky.; ',V II Stokes, Louisville Ky. jmyi eoo to lain oi jniy. LAND WARRANTS. DURING my absence Mr. JOSEPH FELLOWS will continue to buy Land Warrants for me at my old taand, 9 Cherry street, op stairs. mayio ti j. u. rcuuvwa, STATE OF TENNESSEE. IN CHANCERY AT CENTBX7ILLE. ;. JUNB BOXES, 1858. Georee W. Harwell and Win. T. 1 "siper, Aamtj.et.al. ys- Johnson Harwell, et. aL O. Bill. rX .motion of complainant, by their Counsel,Huihes& aley, and It appearing to the aatlsfactton of the Clerk Master of this Court, that J. Harwell and ."aDC)Hendr son,Martha Kirk,0. Kirs, K. Kirk, J. Kirk and Garland Kirk are not citizens or ihe State of Tennessee so that the ordinary processor this Court ean be aerred upon them; It Is, there lore, ordered bv tha Ctrk unit M..t. ,.. k. ,? for four successive weeks In the Union and American, published In thrctty of Nashville, Tennes.ee, commanding eiond"-to appear before the Chancellor of the Sixth Chancery Division of the State of Tennessee, at the Court House It Cenlravllle, on the second Monday in Sep tember next, and dead, inraerordpnin, m..t.in.n,.t bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them, nnrl ITim r'trtA ant fn haolm. - . OUVILLE A. NIXON. jys W4w fr's fee S3. Clerk and Mister. STATE OF TENNESSEE. IN CHANCERY AT CESTKEV1LLE, JUNE RULES, 1856. William B. Easley, William H.Caru- ,, TV! Ml. Dkl 1 1I G. B. Fowlkes,eUaIs. seph a. Studdart, Syms and William J. Buchanan are not citizens of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of this court can be served upon them; it Is. there lore, ordered by the Clerk & Master f this court, that pub lication be made In the Weekly LTi l. n and A n-rlrn. nnh. lUhod In the city of Nashville, Tennessee, for four succes- cuwmaiiuing me saia aeienaants lo appear De fore the Chancellor or the Sixth Chancery Division of Ten nessee, at the court bouse In the town ot Centrerllle, on tha second Monday In September next, then and there to plead, answer, or demur to complainants bill, or the same wUl be taken for confessed as to them, and the cause set down for ucaiijig,c4pari0. OKV1LLE A. NIXON, C.&M. PKISSiSKViS XOUUFKUITft COOPER & SPITLER WLL keep during the Fruit Season a good supply cf those popular selt-sleawo f ltlilT CANS The cheapest and simplest Can ever invented. The moest inexperienced person can close and onen them with. out difficulty, they being a Can thatmay be re-used tor years. The increased popularity of these Cans shows them to be an article fast coming into general use. As an article of pn fit, the Country Merchant wiU seldom offer to his customers one more saleable, and to tbeir orders we will promptlv attend. For sale Wholesale and Retail by nrmnnn ..nam . . - july6 diflr Corner Market and Spring street. JOB WORK. A E are prepared to make to -order all kinds of Tin V V and Copper work, prompUy and at satisfactory pricss. Rooting and tbe Tin and Copper Work necessary upon public and private building), will be done on the lowest terms ano warranted to Do waier proof. Still.', Soda Founts, Generators, Ac, made and repaired iu iuc uca. wur&uaaiu.a manner. may29 COOPER A SPITLER. FOR T11K LA U IKS. rpWEXTY setts Toilet Ware of the best Eastern man. JL ufacture, handsomely ornamented, and for durability auu bueapucss caonui os surpassea, at maj29 COOPER & SPITLER'S. TAUPEK'S MAUAZINE FOR JULY JUST RE- ceived by JOHN YORK A 00. ADDITIONAL "pHE undersigned are just in receipt of a large invoice s Ol Silk, French Eair and Straw Bonnets; White ana iancy Kuches; Embroideries; Uril-lianie.-; Tarletons, (white and fancy;) Swisses; Muslins; Lace Mitts; Gros de'Ilhine, and Gros de Naples; Black SiL" B'ancy Bonnet Ribbons; Fancy and Black Leather Belts; Pearl Vest Button.!, of many grade?; Mosquito Nettings, Sec, fcc , &c ta . Which they are offiring to the trade at reasonable prices -UUttUAK & to, j"'y3 No 49 Pnblic Square: NOTICE. TN consequence of the still further advanced rates of Sa- JL gar, we, the uodersigned Contectioners, have been ob liged to raise toe prices ot Candiea : Wholesale price of C Candy lCc per pound; C. Kisses 20c per pound ; Fancy Candy 20c per pound; Fancy Kisses 25c per pound. Retail prices C. Candy 20c per pound; C. Kisses 25c per pound; Fancy Candy 25e per pound; Fancy iKu-ica o.K per (luunu. J. u. x u. HUU&tllsu:, J LONGUURST & CO WESSEL A THOMPSON. June 17. GEO. GRE1G. AUKICUI.TTTKAL BUREAU. A T the request cf the Executive Committee. "The - Tennessee Mate Agricultural Bnreau will meet at the Capito', at 10 o'clock, on MONDAY, tin 14th day of Juiy. iMiiities- oi importance w.u tie suomilted, and a lull attendance is desired. A. JJIINSON, Pres't. c. ir .a.t.ix. sec y. jnneiaj THREE THOUSAND ACRES HEAVILY TIMBERED LAND FOR SALE. rpHE unders'gned offer fjr sale three thousand acres of JL the best timbered hud contiguous to Nashville. It is situated beyond Paradise Hill on the road leadinefrom Nashville to Clarksville; and in point of abundance of Dae limner, water and oiner facilities cnersinducemects to those wishing lo engage in a heavy lumber business, that we venture to assert, cannot be surpassed by any other location in tennessee. lo a purchaser wno wishes to en gage in tbe lumber business and has, the capital sufficient to erect mills, this land will be sold upon such teima and with such facilities as will enable him to pay fir it in fif teen months : or it will be sold upon accommodating terms 10 any o;ner purchaser AUo, THREE THOUSAND ACRES OF LAND, well watered and timbered with some improvements, which will be divided into tracts to suit purchasers anl sold upon occommating terms. For information in regard to the above lands, apply to signed at It'.dje I ost Post Omce, Davidson County, Ten- nesseee naneistwawi v. i. UAKKtii s. ukus. UNIVERSITY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, THE Preparatory Department of the University will be opened on Monday, September 6th, under the special direction oi I'rcu. a. Stewart, assisted Dy oner mem bers of the College Facultv. The course of study embra ces two vears. and is designed to prepare boys to'enter- irrr the Freshman class in the Colleee. Pupils will be re quired to remain in the school room irom live to six hours a day. The diltgeat efforts of the Faculty will be given to make this, in ail respects, a first class school, adapted to the wants of the ciiy ano country. Terms f Bo oo per session cl so weoks; sso oo per an num. For particulars apply to Prof Stewart, to Col. B.R. Johnson, or to J. B LINOSLEY, julya lm Chancellor ct the University. IiA FARGE HOUSE, Sew York, 666 to 67Q Broadway. I and entirely new and mairuificently lurnished. and will be opened to the publio about the 1st of June next The location oi mis uouse maxes ii very aesiraoie lor per manent or transient boarders, being in the most central part ot liroadwar, and in tbe immediate vicinity of ail fash ionable places of amusement, and is better adapted to tbe comtortsol lamuies than anyomer uouse in tne city havicsr a laree number of parlors, with large and well ven tilated bed rooms attached, together with quite a large nutnoer ot single rooms lur lauies and gentlemen. This House is to be cf ihe FIRST CLASS and second lo NONE in all its appointments, and is to be kept upon the regular American plan and under the personal superin tendence of WM. II. BURROUGHS, former proprietor of the Irving liouse m tnis city; also, oi therrautun uouse in fniladeiphio. EDWIN STONE A M. BURROUGHS. jel4 In. Proprietors, New York. Upperson Springs! nPUESK valuable and hishlv Medicinal Springs are Io- JL cated in Macon county, Tennessee, on the waters of Tramme I ureer, lour mi les irom the turnpike leading from Gallatin, Summer county, Tenn., to ScotUville and Glas gow, Ky., and ef easy access from all directions. The proprietors are now prepared to accommodate as many as probably may favor them with a call. For chronic affections of the Stomach and Bowels, Liver and Spleen, Kidneys and Bladder, also, of the Skin, Scrofula, Dropsey, and many of those ailments of which females are tbe sil ent but severe sutlerers, no remedies have been found more salutary, and none superior to a Jew weeks voiourn at, and tbe use of these waters. In cases of stone in the Bladder they have, in many instances, acted as a sovereign balm, and in all have afforded relief. There are three varieties of Sulphur Water, and one strongly impregnated with A correct analysis of allot which win oe maae upon the premises, as nrnrnisprl hv Prof. Safford. State GeoloZ' ist, some time during this year. Dr. DtBow, one of the Proprietors, will be constantly at tho Spring, unless pro fessionally away, who will take pleasure in giving such advice aad attention to invalids, as an expenence of 27 years may enable him to give, without any additional c urge in the day time, except lor Medicine or for Surgica operations. Their charges will be as follows, vix: Regular boarders from the 1st of May to 1st of October, (washing extra) - - - - 70c per day. Regular boarders from the Istof October to 1st of May, (washing extra) - - - 50c per day. Horses per day, - - " 37c Transient visitor, on horseback or buggy, from fl 25 to 50. Servants half price; and Children of 10 years old and under half price unless parents shall prefer to havs them seated and waited on at tbe first table. The reason why a difference is mode in the price of boarding as above stated is in consequence of the Mineral Witers being somewhat weakened during the wet season of Fall and winter. Some deduction witl be made in the bills of such as remain over one month it required. apll-3mtwAw. DEBOW & HENRY. jmBRBW J. SMITH, NO. 45 BROADWAY. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. PSALEB in TENNESSEE IRON, CASTINGS, HAILS, STEEL, WAGON AXLES, ELTPTIC SPRINGS, And all other articles in his line of business, which he of fers at wholesale or Retail. low forcaan, at tne a Dove stand, feba ly A. J. FRANCISCO, MANUFACTTJREB AND DEALER IN Hats, Caps and Ladies7 PURS, NO. 23 PUBLIC SQUARE, NnshTille. Hats? Hats! Hats! SUMMER AND ITS "WANTS'. THE first physical want suggest ed by the approach of warm weather is the want of substantial articles to keep our craniums cooL The sultry weiiber fr the last few days has in ceased the demand of citizens lur rA&nuioo o wcui. ted Summer Hats. A tine assert- TTttftnt till f Via fnnnA fit A. J: FRANCISCO'S Jnae23 Hat Emporium. No. S3 Pnblic f-'quare. WE STUDY TO PLEASE. T IGHT. elreant and dressv are these JU SUPEK MOLESKIN HATS, 323? that we are constantly making to order to the entire satisfaction of our customers. A. J. FRANCISCO, jane3. No 23 Public Square. LILAC AND THE FAWN COLORED SOFT HATS. SOMETHING new and desirable, at the Emporium of FRANCISCOS, J"eS8 No 23 Public .Square. PANAMA, LEGHORN AND MARRlL'AliO HATS, STRAW GOODS OF EVERY DISCR1PTION, for IX Men, Boys, and Children: now readv for inspec- tion. at the Hat Emporium of A. J FRANCISCO, 28 Public Square. Franklin College, FIVE MILES FROM NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THE Thirteenth Annual Session often months, or 40 weeks of this Institution, wUl open Sept. 29th. 1858, and close July 4th, 1857. The College is supplied with an experienced and effi cient Faculty, and offers the best educational advantages to the growth of the country. In point of health and free dom from temptation there is no location superior, and ihe well known attentions of the Teacher;, afford the surest guarantee that tbe Institution cfiVrs a sate retreat to such as really desire an education The whole cost of boarding, rooms, tuition, fuel and washing per year, amounts to $160. Catalogues sent up on application. Aaaress i:t a..m.Mi. rres t jj8 lrno cr W. LIPSCOMB.Sec'y. Franklin College, Tenn. IMPORTED MALTA JACKS. FOR sale at my Plantation, in Williamson crcpty, for cash or on time. FIVE BLACK JACKS, three yea-s oia, imported irom ice island or Malts, cf pure blood. j8-6mdAtw JAMES U. WILSON. ENTIRE STOCK OF WATCHES, FANCY GOODS, SHOW CASES, IRON SAFE, AND MANUFACTURING TOOLS, IMPLI MENTS, Ac. TJENJ. F. SHIELDS will sell at the Auction store of JL Mr.M. C. Bruce, ao 17, Cedar street, oa Thursday morning, July loth, and at night, on account of whom it may concern, the entire stock of the late Mr. Waggoner, deceased. By order of the Court BE.VJ. F. SHIELDS, for J. B WHITE, C. and M. Will be added to the sale an invoice of Dry Goods, Lace, Embroideries, fine Muslin Curtains, &?. Ac, just received direct from New York with orders to close. BENJ.F.SUIELDS, jv3 for Consignors. NEW BOOKS. The Daisr Chain : or Asniration. a Familr Chrnni. cle. By tbe Author of - The Heir of ReichCe. The Ship-Carpenter's Ftmilv: aSiorr for tha Times. By W. E. ti. Whitman ; 1 vol ISmo. do Tbe Wife's Tiinls; a Novel. Br the Authorof "A Jealous Wife," 1 vol, paper. Sidney Smith's Wit anil Wisdom: being selec tions from his writings. By Evert A Diyckink. I vo cl. Margaret Maiilniid of Sunnyside. By MrsOli phant, author of " Zaicee." Comic Miseries or Human Life; an old friend in a new drea, 1 vol cl. The Black Plumed Riflemen; a Tale of the Revolution. By Newton M Curtis. Hardscracblc; an Indian Tale. By Major Richard son. Female Lif in New Y'ork Citv. Bv William Burns, Editor of tbe Sunday Dispatch. Rachel and the New World. A Iripto tbe Uai ted states and Cuba, translated from the French of Lmn Beauvaliet. 1 vo 12mo. J The Piazza Tales. Bv Herman Melville, author T "Typee," Omoo,"4c, Ac. f Linda. By Caroline Lee Uentz; a new edition just re ceived by je27 HAG AN A liKO. ALBUMS. A BEAUTIFUL Bupply, just recjived by juue27 IIAGAN A BRO. FAMILY MEDICAL BOOKS. B RIGHT'S Family Practice ; Gun's Domestic Medi cine; Norwood's Medical Library: with others in store and lor sole by June:: UAUAN BRO. HARPER FOR JULY. II ARPER'S Mrgiiine for July, a spl-ndid number. jljl jusireceivea Dy ii aia. a uku. jane22 Market street. Wo. 49 3PxiToXio Squaro, -NASHVILLE. RAG PREMIUMS. 1A1 'De unaersignea, cetns called on bv W s. whit VV man to examine the receints irir- i, ,; r.i. from the 1st July. 1S55. till 1st Julv. mre n.i .,. r.Yi. , . " .-.I , " I uuu HUB. U" luniug pcrsuus arc muiitg io nreminm: 1st rremtum ot JlOOtoII. Rutland 2nd SOtoSims.SnodgrassA Co., 4th " 5th " 6;h 7th " 8th " 9th 10th ' This 5th July 185C, julyS St 70toO White, 60 toAhart A Binkley. 0 to T (i Nevilp. 40 1.) Henry Bradley, 0 to Anderson A Parks, 2i) to G A Woodson, 10 lo Thos James. AND. ALLISON, A. G.ADAMS. R. H. GARDNER. Bandusia Seminary. npHE next session of this Institution, situated on a Farm JL ot lid acre... on ihe Middle Frank! n Tnrnnilr vt miles from Nashville, will commence on Monday, the 1st jniys im- NATII. CROSS TIVIDEND NOTICE. The Board of DirectX jl oi ine nasnvwe uas Light Company, have this day declared a dividend of riva Hen crxr nut rf !!, nrrtir. of tbe past aix months, paybloto the Stockholders.after we iuiu insi jas. Ii. JvENIlKIUK- July5tb,1655 ijj 9 lw.l Sec'y. NEW WIIKAT Vl.tiiili. Thave received this day a superior article of NEW WIIP1T vi iiiro r. r:. l,m. , m. -n low for cash. ..wu.b jk dilllS. wuicu x win sen J. 11. HAWKINS. june2S Odd Fellows' Hall. New Wheat Flour. rCf BAGS City Mill's extra New White Wheat Family Flour, in store and for sale bv june27 iiiAi iu.1 s bnuu. DISSOLUTION. THE Firm of Joynt, Byrne A Nolen, in tbe Grrceiy and Boat Store business. No. 12 Broadway, is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. Robl Joynt A Mc D. A. Kolen are alone authorised io settle the outness uf the old firm. ROBERT JOYNT, CLINTON BYRNE. june25 Mc. D. A. NOLEN. K JOYNT AND Mo D. A NOLtN, HAVE THIS tUy purchased cf Mr. C. Byrne hi3 entire interest in the Grocery and Produce business, and will continue the same at the old stand. No. 12, Broadway, where they will be pleased to seJ tbeir old customers and tbe pnblic generally. je23J JOY.NT A NOLEN. HAVING DISPOSED OF MY INTKRkSr IN THE Grocery and Boat Store Business to mv late partners. Joynt A Nolen, I takeplasnre in recommending tbem to the trading community ; my old friend-t and custou-ers will accept my thanks for past favors. juneiis CLINTON BYRNE. Law Notice- TNO.R.EAKIN, formerly of Nashville, bas resumed the Practice of law in the several I and Ennitr Courts of Bedford, Coffee and Franklin counties. Collections willreceivo prompt attention. YST Post Office and residence at Wartrace D.nnt I!pr! ford county. sprl2 tf R. II. Ac B. J. GROOMES, Undertakers, No. 10 Market St., sonth of Broad, And Agents for the sole of CRANE'S PATENT METALLIC BURIAL CASKET. WE are prepared at all times with good Hearses and horses and carelul and experienced drivers, and re spectfully solicit a contnuance of tbe patronage so liberally bestowed heretofore. Afier fifteen years' experience in tbe business, we feel confident of being able to give satis&c- tion. We are also prepared to furnish those who prefer them with fisks patent burial cades. ) have an ample supply of LNE'S METALLIC BURIAL CASKET, And are prepared to supply Undertakers throughout the eonntrvat trad nrirji This article may be examined at our warehouse, or at the Furniture Warehouse of K, U. UKUUiltS & CO., No 18, soum uouege aireei. B.J. GROOMES will give his entire personal attention to the Uudertaking Business. Orders left with R. Ii. Groomes A Co. will be promptly attended to. May 8 an. w WANTED FOR CASH. BY R. O'KANE. janelB 7 jfJL r rxrdud &y,Skj- v.4 NEW PUBBtGATIONS. THE SPARROWGRASS PAPERS ; ORj LIVING IN THE COUNTRY. BT TSSD. E. cczzzxs. VVlIS llXtTSTEATIOXS BT DaSIXT. Says The New York Evening Post : "Mr. Fredericks. Cozzens, the author by the publication of these papers, has at once achieved a reputation as one of the liveiieht of our young writers, and it is rare that a eelebrity so sodden and so weU merited is accorded to any one. Just re ceived by W. T. BERRY A CO. junel5 JUST RECEIVED, THE ADVENTURES OF Gerard) the Lion Killer, couranuia A HISTORY OF HIS TEN YEARS' CAMPAIGN AM03G THE WILD ANIHAS OF NORTHERN AFRICA. With eight spirited Illustrations, translated from the French" By Cbas E WntTiHiAO. One handsome 12mo. This unique publication excited tbe greatest sensation, and circulated with the rapidity ol lightning throughout France, on its firstappearance In August last ; and Is now meeting with equal succets in Great Britain. It cannot fail to meet with universal popularity among ourselves. The present work is a new graphic, and minute record of the Lion Killer's successive achievements during the whole ofhis ten years of Arab life. For sale bv janeI5 W.T.BERRY A CO. TV. T. BERRY & COMPANY, RA VE JUST RECEl VED I. HON, MISS MURRAY'S LETTERS. LETTERS FROM THE U. STATES CUBA AND CANADA. BT TH8 HON. AMELIA IX MtTi(RAT. Complete in one volume, 12mo. .Io:b. (Second supply.) II. A WORK OF INTENSE INTEREST. W. T. BERRY & CO. have just received THE CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE or NAPOLEON BONAPART WITH niS BROTHER JOSEPH. Selected and Translated with Explanatory Notes, fremtha "Me moires duRoi Joseph." Two thick vols 12mo. No book bas yet appeared which furnishes so correct a portraiture uf the character of NAPOLEON. He was la almost daily communication with bis brother Joseph, from his first appointment as a General of Br.gade, down to the I6thofJune, ISIS. We cannot form a correct idea of the character of the great mind that swayed over nearly the whole Continent of Europe, without reading these Letters, which unlike official correspondence, opens to us the inmost thoughts and motives of action of the writer. These letters bear upon every subject, and wa no with what a watchful eye he cored for even the smallest thing. A distinguished critic has observed in examining the early sheets, that "Biographers will have to write their biographies of flfapo leon over again." IL MIMIC LIFE HI Before and Behind the Curtain. By Mrs, ANNA CORA MO WAT RITCHIE One rlegant 12mo. volume, club. (Second supply ) NEW A. J.DUJStCAjSt &CO., RECEIVING a large Stock of Staple Goods, of Cotton and Wcolen Fabrics, designed for the early Fall Trade, which were purchased upon the most favorable terms, and will be sold at corresponding; low prices. Clothing manufacturers and Dealers scruid find it great. Jy U their advantage to examine our stock. f iLSO : Received by express, a few cases of New Style Dree Goods, Muslins, Robes, Brillibntes, Jaconets, Ac, which we are selling at reduced prices. A. J. UU.NUA.N & I'U., june : No 70 Public Square. MANUFACTORY. A. SAESiDflOUSE, il Market St., ntar the Square, MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN KENTLEMENy CLOTHES, WOULD respectfully infirm his customers and the public that his business is, sa heretofore, manufac turing Clolhcx. by which ne is enabled to sell at such raiea 03 being greatly to th: benefit of the dealer and consumer. Also, an assortmeLtof Servants' clothes always on hind, all of fucli quality and prices lhat it needs out a trial to be convinced ol'e advantage of buying of the Manufactuier, at No 42 Markvt sue-1, near the Squire. jnly3 lm BEDoIEADS! BEDSTEADS! CONSTAN TLY on band and for s ale at McComba Bed stead Manufactory all kinds of Cottage and Fancy Bedsteads, such as Cottages' Boa We and Single M.sseti, St- Louis do. Plain Cottage do, Double acd Single Lounges do, at all prices. ALSO Crib'. Towell Racks, Trunnel Bedsteads, Small Fancy Tables, Whatnots, Ac. Also, a cetera! assortment of Matrasses, all of which will be sold at wholesale and retail as cheap a can be had in Cincinnati or any other city. JSJ All work warranted as represented. Dealers in the countrv will find it ereatlv to their inter. est to give us a calL TiEMi Four months for cood paper, or 5 tier cent off for cash. Factory cornerof Sprinjrand Cherrv streeta- Kff We will Dav the hicht msrtnt nrina in Cll Tnw any uuamuy w xiucavieu ouucKa. J. W. McCOMBS, W. R. CORNELIUS, fcb-J ly Proprietor. Agent. DIVIDEND NOTICE. A DIVIDEND ot 4 per cent is this day declared on the stock of the Nashville. Murfieesboro' A Shelby villa Turnpike Company. Pajable ot the City Hotel, in Nashville, on Tuesday the 8th inst, and at the store of J W. Cowan A Co m Shel brville, on Sturdjy, the 12th inst. After that time at the Exchange Bank, Murfreetboro. D. U.C. SPENCE, Sec A Tress. juIjS-lOd N M A a Turnpike Co. THE BEST CHANCE YET! LAND FOR SALE AT AUCTION. I WILL, on Saturday next, the 12th day of July, at the Court House, in Nashville, offer for safe a tract of Load Ii ing between tie Murfreesbcro' Turnpike and theN. A C. Railroad. 12 miles from NashviLe, and known 4? tha Campbell place, containing about Hi acres, 44 acras in timber, tbe balance cle ired. There is on the Land, a beau tiful building site in a grove, and several springs ot good water. Persons wishing to buy land neir Nashville will do well to atUnd this sale, a it will be most positively, without reserve. Terms A credit of C, 12, and 19 months, notes parable in Bank, with a good endorser, and a lien retained. GEORGE D. HAM LETT. Glascocc, Auctioneer. jn!i3 td MOUNT OLIViST CEMETERY. THE Directors of this Company new announce to tbe Public, that this Cemettry has been laid off with suit, able avenues and walks, and a portion of the grounds subdivided into Family Lots, which are offered for sate. Tbe map of the grounds ean be seen at the office of Licdslty A Crockett, where the public arc invited to eaU and exumtce the same. Tbe Company feel confident thev coull not hive made a more suitable location for a Cemetery in Jhe vicinity of Nashville, and pledge themselves to ibe public to spare no money or pains to make it equal to any Cemetery in the Union, and such a one a Nashville may feci vome pride in. The Cemetery is now in charce ot a competent Super intendent, living on the ground, under nhoaa direction in terments will Le nude iu the best manner and at the usual charges. The Directors of the Comoanr are desirous that the grounds should be visited by the citizens ot Nashville, and lor that purpose an Omnibus will leave the tf&ce of Linda ley A Crockett, at 4 o'clock, on Tuesday altemoon. the 8th inst, and on everrFndar afternoon thereafter at the same hour The st-ats will bo free. Ladies and Families desirous of visitinc 'he grounds. will be called for at their residences, by sending thir cards to the President of Jhe Company. a. v. a. Xtuuiaiibi.rreri. C. W. Nasce, Sec'y. j6-tf A CARD. TYREES SPRING, I Jctr, 7, 1356. f To tsz CmzE33 of Nashville : Havinf understood mat erroneous impressions have been made acd circulated, in regard to my charges at Tyre e's Springs, I deem it prcper in justice to myself, to Mr. WaTMOBsand the citizens of Nashville, to give these expiations with my bill of charges appended . Mr. WsTMoaz, who ownes tho property, has been very liberal in expending a large amount of money in fitting the establishment in aa attractive style as a Wa ering Plan. nd in addition. I nave bean at mueN trouble and labor to procure tha best Servants, a first-rate Band cf Music for the Season, with all the facilities foramusemoat, comfort or pleasure of all who may visit it, I leel sai itfied that the following Bill ol Charges will be satisfac tory lo all who have the m tans to indulge in tbe comforts and luxuries of a fashionable Watering Place. Very respectfully, D. T. SCOTT. otSt- Cleui HoteL But. or Chaeqis. Each person per day.. 82 00 .1 . Wl.ek jg J0 " " M nronth 50 00 jy8 lw p. & o. D. T. SCOTT. THE County Seat of the new cuuotr of Cheatham, handsomely situated rn the Cumberland Riverat the centre of the county, half war between Nashville and Clarksville, has been handsomely laid off into Lots, with a. Pnblic rdusre. broad and winrnnipnl stmts, and with suitable alleys, and will be offered at Public Sale, on Mon day, the uin August next. Hand bills, containing a plan of the Town, terms ofsale. At, will be ready for distribution m a fw days. Ky order oi tne commissioners. ., . je27-wAtwtd w.G. SHELTON. Sec'y. nous: nvusi WE are paying cash for Hogs deutereJ ' 'b City Mills 3 L).29-2wdJ T. J. FOSTiR A CO.