Newspaper Page Text
MSHYILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1868.
. --iy--T ttil I"T i : Tc , it ifrnm tinso Hcadnuarters.. Nomssesfwill I himself in UlMUfl Afljf AittJ.XHVl. CTnrlKZr T Wvcn flkwfc lfoto visit tfcad- Uflus political BcnciSsbiDenhcf ring g ... - -r- - -.'.-t J"" ' siljotonngfih merits foi thb iposg of taking per- &aTr Jpoct onongh hffi toSoutto Sf ' 7 . - J Court of tbo United States. If Mr. By order of - . iniir 8SiScnii.WccHljf.81; WccUlj:,S2 TUESDAY. OCrOBElt 20 IS 08. National Democratic Ticket For President or'llic Untied HORATIO SEYMOUE OF NEW. TORE. Fur Vice l'reslclcnt. FEANK P. BLAIR JB,J OF JIISSOUKI. ELECTOBAL TICKET. for.fUo Slrtte Bt Lnnrc. EMERSON BTIIERIDCJB. si Wcaklcr. EDMUND COOPER, pf Bedford. 1st District (Jen. A. A. KYLE, of Hawkins. JJ District J. M. CLEMENT80N, of McMinn. M Dwtrict E. A. JAMES. ofHamnton. 4th District A. A. STEELE, of Marshall. 4h District FRANK r.CAUILIi.t.rDaWdsori rth Distiirt-ELIJAU WALKER, oi Wayne. ;th District II. J. TURNER, or Laoderdtle. j hju DUtrlet-W. W..yAUGAN. ef Haywood. PEnocRATib state coiiHiTTEE, ..Jr.-'Jr.T.-. . t...... .V..- .1 - , .. it i t rn I :. jru , "mu. 411 . J-inojfrsox.orftrd. p7jnffrf t am . n. jn.iisoiw.i iuj-.jojw . . . L.'F.JlSEcn, A. JloBxnrs, .nrs.nnXi m v. . T. I . I . 6th 7th 8th Doeset JL TKOMw,of Hum- Uoeam r.BLisTus.Siuof Ucn- I ry. M-D. L. Stewabt, of Sholby. THE exploded PROPOSITION TO 1 ciUAdt CAJilMTS ' J Wo surrender a good deal of space this .n.wit,.. n nirn onr rpT.r foil PTnn. I ...w.m..0 t- " " J-- 1 i;nn nr a.l,t nlM nrli fnr vrnnf Ii-...r - of a better name, the "new Cliase move- J mcnt" From it may bo learned how it I rncn Int irnrcr rm!nnil lor nvnn a linnl I hour, and fell as it deserved tinder the instant displcasuro of wliat its chief pro- iuln. 111. A. rtW. ft.l- HViW .nll I jw.vt, .'vii iv.. u. ii 1.1 in, "f'Aj I ik norm, apuy bful and indomit- 5 error of that very . .. . . . styled tho "Evcryouthful able Democracy." The amo out not always judicious journal, .i , . ,t was in underrating tho buoyant and vig- orous will of tho lion-hearted Democracy. Certain shrewd and ingonious politicians .. . . i .1 tv j- , in this country, and tho Democratic party naa us snare oi muui, nave it-anicu uiuir politics in the Machiavellian school, Their forte is art lice. Thoy think that a this vindictive edict of banishment, might must by all means at our command pre ., , av-i-1 vent him from dome: us further harm. council oi icauera can manage abi, noun of tho peoplo lil.o puppeU, and that a po- litieal organization is but a machine which, by the turning of a crank, can bo movedatwill. This is an egregious fal- lacy. Tho immediate and utter discora- flluns of this unwise eleventh-hour prop- osilion to change candidates, the Dcm ocratic masses, North and South, is an evidence and earnest of the confidence they feel, and instead of dispiriting the party, during the coming two weeks, will react powerfully in favor of Seymour and Blair. Wc do not join-in the accu sation that the originators of this move ment were actuated by sinister designs on tho integrity of tho pariy. Under a momentary depression at the failure to sweep in triumph over Ohio, Pennsylva nia and Indiana, they counseled badly, but the voice of tho people promptly checked them, and the energies of the party will be put forth from now.till the third of November, with undiminished vigor and activity. WILIa .IETF. DAVIS ItE TRIED? When it was announced to Mr. Lin coln that the Confederate armies had sur rendered and that JciT. Davis was making his way out of the country, and his in formers urged him to offer a reward for the apprehension of Davis, ho is reported, when giving his consent to do so, to havo expressed himself to tho cflcct that it would bo decidedly better for tho Re publican party if Mr. Davis should make his escape. Mr. Lincoln foresaw that in capturing Davis, his administration would liavc on its hands a huge elophant, Avith out tho ability, to get rid of it in any thing like a creditable manner. Those who thirsted for Mr. Davis' blood would not tako the hint thrown out by Mr. Lincoln, to let "the arch Rebel" es cape, but urged on the troops until thoy captured him. Tho readers of the public journals arc familiar with the spasmodic efforts that have been matte to get rid of Mr. Davis. The Radi cals now begin to see tho matter in the light in which Mr. Lincoln viewed it more than threo years ago, and they would gladly get rid of this elephant if they could. The New i'ork Sun, which is edited by Mr. C. A. Dana, who was Assistant Secretary (if War under Stan ton, and an intense Radical, argues that Jeff. Davis will not be tried. That paper wiys : "The neit term f tho United States CiicuitCourt at Richmond opens on tho fourth Monday of November. There, if anywhere, Jefferson Davis will be tried. Thero ho is indicted, and lias been for a long time past indicted for treason against tho United Stiites. 15ut Jeff. Davis will not be tried. Thero is not onough in the c.iso to pay for trying it. No capital would be made out of it by anybody. It would be a farco in which lho actors would necessarily render themselves ridiculous. Why '! , Rccausi, in the lirvt place, tho war has been a long time over, and to hang a man for treason committed in waging it would seem something liko executing a man in cold blood, after twenty years of impris onment. Hanging to be graivful and Christian, should bo done (juiokly after tho perpetration of the offense. There would bo nothing gained by the execu tion of Jeff. Davis. If the motive be to inflict physical suffering, ho suffers moro from that dreadful neuralgia, which has blinded ono of his oyesand nearly blinded tho other; hesullors moro from that agony, prolonged from day to day and year to year than ho would from dangling for a few moments at tho end of a rope, until an interesting group of physicians standing jirotuid should ' explore the pulse'" ami pronounce him dead. Of all tho millions who committed treason, is it any object to Vick out one and hang him.mcrcly because lie had tho misfortune to bo elected the President of their sorry Confederacy? Ho would not be hung if convicted. Mr. Johnson has as good as promised to par don him if bo is convicted during his administration ; nnd Gen. Grant is not going to turn hangman, and do up the hanging jobs Jeff over by Johnson, as lm pets into the Whito House. Tho indictments against Jefferson Davis might as well be sold to lho paper .,.,-.rj fr tlirno cents a pound. They will rover be tried. Tho eloquence of Mr. Evarts will never bo wasted on un living skeleton of a defunct Confederacy, with a strong probability of a disagreo-im-nt of tho iurv. and a pardon virtually promised beforehand in case of a convic- tion , a. r Tho Sun is Irani- enougu to wnres- that at if Grant were l'rosiUBni.' no woiuu . . ... .iA.fr iViviK. That naner woum have toe itself credit if it had confessed, what must now bo apparent to ever- body, that its party is afraid to try Jeff. Davis. Tho Radical party know that a trial of Mr. Davis would involve the )a7is' trial could have been divested of that issue, ho would havo been hung Ion" I . . .... M ... t .afc . vmiajau svr Interposed a pardon. Tho nostnono- feorry Confederacy," ,bnt5 simply from S r- f t. t-. T.!.t. i u fuit ui w,u iura wuuuit wuuiu uutw 10 parily bring Wore tho tribunal trying j to it W t .,i , , 1 why Mr, .Davis vtillnofbe .trjed, and J 3ladical journal "had just as well con-1 fieYnTin trnii i; pss to tho truth., i , 1 WvnitlTW om, ,sB,Kt,. ttt " j t t ' :u &12.LS V 11 A c . ' 'i I rellow-CiV.?ens, the followiog manly, and I ui i.u t k. 1 iwmtm louci u uuoui iuo mini wiuua- i fcle members of . ; . biunlty, And a most i It is instinct with bne.vh6 witnessed tho execution' of tho ;nf,mmic "nrrTnr.Wn. 11 nmVViMrfl tes. - - i o i. I itmony 10 ine- laci iiia vica. uraiu -ius i prcssnt afid 'c00ny looked, upon thoout- Prcssnt ,.Pn rageous sceneo .Ivadinaugurated. It, : ' .j T1 ft. " a r . . I. r II.. r I xrr. WfTllmmiwho. in advisinir his fellow-religionists to carc33 tho hand I 1 o cn mnlnn tr hn Vilnrt I loin ntlVvts 9. I 1 ..il..tii,.:. .i nf 22gypuan bondage never attained to, and lavs himself liable, to tho suspicion that his boasted magnanimity is but : l i tn -.i i,n,,i; juiuuiuu uuauuuiuji.j auu .w.iui.i..vu. i nr T .l,, T.5cl, nnl u... u.j -uuu .-uu..rwt..v w,o havo becomo incorporated into tho Amorican nation, by thcif votes in No- v.n.nl.n in m nl-n Ihn n.l mm olio-mn nnd Injuyygbt to bo inflicted uPon them in this prosenptivo military edict, and to vindicato tho lame ottucir adopted country by rofusin" to participate in tho elovation to its highest trust of one so narrow or , . . , , ., 1 " 1 1 1 f .11. t .1 .KJ..l MA..nf I viuuicaio inoiauiuui lueir auupiKu lAjuijn j i . .... soul and so meanly intolerant as us author. Ho adduces other facts, too, inn. fn nrnvn that tho nricc of cotton in Grant's department fluctuated mystcri- . a- .I.- i ously under tho influonco of this order. ana leaving xno lrresisiiuio impression- i that ono who coiild bo induced to issuo not be WtlOIiy insensiuie to pecuniary considerations. The urofound indicnation which this act of rulhloss and unnecessary military tyranny has excited amongst the Israeli- tish population, is natural and just. It was a disgrace to tho American arms and name. It was a revival of tho perse- rutins Lifrv of tho middle a-os. Tho -0 j J i i.i :f : t fit AJiaU W11U IAIUIU t.UIII.GJ.U II, . AAU. A.- v. tho chief Executive of a peoplo whose in- Qtifnfinna frnririntfi civil .ind religious o liberty, and if the Hebrews in America - . . , win maun iHciusatoHiuuuHuu.!;....; of preventing Jthat consummation, they will havo struck a great blow for their ai 1.1 .1 race siirouguuui, UIU nuuu, auu uuiiu uo cause of free government a service, which in due time will redound to their cmanci- pation from tho thraldom of prejudice under which they have so long labored. It is their duty to themselves and to their country to organizo at once, and throw their strength in tho breach against the drancnofthisaudacioussniritofintoler- ance. whose representative seeks tho high post of Chief Jilagtstra'.c oi tnc lie public. The Israehto who would vote for Grant under this deliberate official insult to his race, wou'd coin his soul for drachmas. Wc believo there are but few such. To tho Editors of tho Union and American. NashsiiaLE, October 19, 1SGS. Allow mo through your columns to answer the letter of Adolph Moses, Esq., of Quincy, Illinois, published recently in the Cincin nati Commercial, taking it for granted that the publication of it was intended for the conversion of tlx Jews, in other words, to reconcilo them to tho infamous order No. 11 of General Grant. If such were tho intentions of tho writer and publishers, they will find themselves as badly mistaken as those who were sont out for their spiritual con version, not becauso tho Jewish heart is closed to conviction, but because he is too independent in thought and action, and can not bo made a tool in the interests of any faction. It is this independence of tho Jewish character that has brought persecution upon him in ages past ; and it was this independence of tho few Jewish traders in Grant's department, who did not Vish to join the " Ring" for mutual benefit that brought down upon them Order No. 11. In order to show to the American peo ple at large, in whose pretended interest the order for the expulsion of tho Jews was issued, I will state that a few days previous to the promulgation of tho order, Ucn. Grant's father, with many other notable characters in tho cotton trade, made their appearance in Jackson, Tenn. Tho cotton market in Now York was at that timo very firm and. advancing, so that it left a goad margin to the buyer by paying forty cents a pound for tho article at any point on the railroad in Grants' departmcHt. But mark the change of a f-w days. The ne.it day after the .order was issued, cotton could not find a buyer for ovoi' twenty-live cents a pound, as it was then in the "Ring's" hands, and tho farmer was compelled to take that or run a worse risk. A subct-dinatc olliccr at that time in command of Corinth, Miss., went far," even, as to issuo an order for bidding buyers to pay moro than twenty live cunts. Whether all this was done from patriotic motives, I leave tho public to determine ; and as this will undoubted- ly meet the eyes of many who were wit nesses to theso transactions, I hope they will bear mo out in what 1 stato to be no cxaggciation, but facts which can be proven by hundreds of respectable citi zens, who wcro in Grant's departmental the time. But it is contended by Gen. Grant's friends that he was not tho author of lho order, and that it was never executed. In answer to theso I will slate, that previous to Order No. 11, a similar order was issued by the General in command of Jackson, Tennessee, ordering tho Jews of Jackson to leave within twenty-four hours. Gen. Grant had his headquarters there at the time. 1 can well remember how honorable men were driven out of Jackson, for no earthly offence except they were Jews ; and Gen. Grant was pulling away his cigar at tho railroad depot witnessing tho outrage ; and shortly after that came Order No. 11, from head quarter:; embracing tho wholo Depait mcnt. Now let the philanthropist pauso and ask the question, are wo really living in tho lUth century, or havo wo been asleep and woko up in timo to read the edict of Ivrdinand and Isabella? For tho edifi cation of true- republicanism, 1 will givo the order in full :' "Gkhsraja Okher No. 11. Tho Jews as a fass'Violating every regulation of trade established by tho Treasury lc mrtment. also Department orders, aro Jiercby expelled from tho Department, 1 Jisrvut l-A Pi tw(,nty.f(Uir hours from tho rc ; CP;pt of this order by Post commanders. ... .. . ,1 AI.. 7. .... .W' ...... Tiier win sec inai an mix mm iw JtT n , , . ..ntjUcaUon will bo arrested and held in confinement until an oppor tunity occurs of sending them out as prisoners, unless furnished with permits - i meniiinairoiM.rjilfaTisixaSnot utoge3-perpiaraietirnnaer-inaro United States ,W V 'otb siwtS siAlcs. 1 arisen from any consideration ibr him as Sco a brutal soldiery, dragging and in- Court uitawcrebroushtainsthe hcl Fa ncno 0tk -0f tnpio nn;i rnncy to, WdlvidU or the president of tho Jhemrat ncarcst ra-llroad sutJon, panics1 andUank f 'Commerce, the CooU,Sh0jS. Noo d Tgrwtj bNd pon which tha-aupxeme Court ""3 LanT T,10l;- would havoloDass. That is the reason i it.:(,!i s Major General Gbakt." ITow come with mo to the cities of .mnhiii -1 irircnn nni ivr nm intra i .(- fjolumbus and Paducali, and wit- cc T lrn witness., ihn horrible j:i.B hrutcs in bos-cars. comDcllinz'tbcin . .1 : I icavo wuir jjuvu wiuuis u"". i tho mercy of an unprincipled sot of """f; " """VTr""' iaginable' ofTenco, except-, aheir names, ur- (dtedihem as Jews. . J.Bnau never uirgonuo iiviiuiou dubcib i enem5e, how. esnliant they felt when they CTufd say, "wo have'eaughtf another Jew!" uni now, must 1150 I Kht nn fn 'tririfirvn 1 j; TPnrMontinn - iliiq iffpfl md erili"htchc3 "Pfe,?,i1s j5"a"a?f!,"tC"C(a Jiepuuiic comu ub kuuvv oi miuiw v - . , m.L. . i , f"au" 'T "r:r-"i: . w".. , ! rfJwr.ri ciTllizou world, xno iphlous enough to hisToto - will bo unscru; tow wm uo u.tuF.Uu ufa U,?n if. hv rnr rnvnq'ftf command. . lMiMti r'Atnn.inii .1 UU. mw uvuv.. ww.w v. r .1 "i :J T"u "a xC?a aruiv tu jLiuin.au uuuii, uuu "H: tion must bo looked upon by every fair miuQCU IICRiUIl 1U all 1I1U11 IUUU1 llfeuw air. juumxj buuiua w uu iw. resp0ndenco between, himself and tho Rnneral : but his main reason for espous- ing the cause of his enemy is that he. wishes to bo maCTammous. iNOW wo w . OUIU iiivo iu t,CU u.o jjujouoowu .bv. nsod bv Ucneral lirant in i,:g j0ner t0 un Moses, which could so completely subduo an avowed enemy anu maKO Him Illb ineuu auu ouu- SrffiffigSgJBt?! Jewg but wn0 Americans imbued ..1. A '. Tl . .....aIIi. wiul ii.meritau juiuipiixi jaju ajua.j. Witu American principles arc equally opposed to the elevation of a man to tho Presidency, wl. o enterins -such preju- dice against a wholo class of citizens as exDrcsSe(1 in Order No. 11. Then it was the Jews as a class next may bo the Catholics as a class. If Gen. brant has seen fit to satisfy Mr. Moses there are many thousands of Israelites in tuo - , gtatcs who WQuia cquany iik0 to k. satisiicd. and as ions as vjruer rio. xi f stands unexplained by tho author, we But Mr. Moses wants to shmo out as Moses the magnanimous. Does hotliink sensible peonlo will accord him any honor for his magnanimity ? People are gJJZ juryjt is magnanimous to forgive a wrong, but it i3 cowardly to receivo unrc- sentingly an insult, and U Mr. Moses as "prominent lawyer'' has in view a n...r.t. tnh.i fillivl hv CJmnt Iran as- ""-""V ... "J ' .. mJ CXCCpllOll 10 other gentleman, not to particularly ad- I mire an anostatc I i it r.!ii.r..i 1...J aTM I Uk) liAIIKUtW . ., r M k Antnonv, that se- cured him tho friendship and throno I from Augustus. I Hut I hone for tho honor of tho Ame i - a ..v. lr. I Amilili. lVinr trill lift nnon?tl lclb defea Grant without 3Ir. Moscs. aid an(i influence, and if Republican journals mean to parado Mr. Moscs.as a Democratic Israelite wno nasaoanuoncu ins ra a..u - ; can but shall cast mv vote l7ii time tot Seymour an J Rlair, against Grant, from a solemn conviction tliat I owe it to mj self-respect as an Israelite. ictmcAi. nri.i: means iiicjii 'taxes. North Carolina furnishes another illus tration of tho fact that Radical rulo means high taxes. Tho last exhibit made by the North Carolina State Comptroller, under the administration of Gov. Worth, Democrat, showed tho actual expendi ture for the Stato government under $200,000. Under the Radical govern ment, ordinary and extraordinary ex penditures will be about as follows : Interest on funded State debt, old S-JS' On new debt to bo funded 110,(0) lalaties and Charitie.J- - ""Wx Public Schools . County and Municipal Tascs VlsS!!!; Penitentiary per year lOO.wu SJ.TOO.tWO Wherever the Radicals liavo got con trol of a State in the South, the result has been an extraordinary incrcaso in the taxes. The peoplo of those States havo been very much impoverished by tho war, and it should bo tho policy of Legis lative bodies to impose as light taxes as possible, but our carpet-bag and scalla wag rulers seem determined to further impoverish tho people with burdons6iiio Utxes. Had a wiso and liberal policy been adopted by tho party in power, and tho Slate governments been conducted upon the strict economy that was prac ticed beforo tho war, the South would soon havo recovered from tho terrible effects of that war. .But it is a part of the programme of the conquerors of tho South, that the people shall bo impover ished and held as subjects. JMIliE JIAURISOX AT MEMPHIS. Judge Harrison riict with rather a cold reception from his lladic.il brethren in Memphis. The Radical Central Com mittee made an appointment for him to speak there on the 15th inst., but when lie got thero ho found tho party divided in regard to tho Congressional race, and each of theso factions tried to make a tool of tho Judge. Ho declined to be used in this manner against a portion of his own party, and wjthdrcw his appointment to speak, and had a new appointment for Friday night, at tho Greenlaw Opera House, published. Friday night came and only ono hundred and fifty per sons, Radicals and Democrats, whito and black, came out to hear the Radical elec tor for the Stato at large. This was most shabby treatment on the part of his political friends, and tho Judgo felt it keenly, for ho declined to make a speech, slating that "lie could not bo expected to speak to the few who had done him the honor to come out ! ' Tho lullcliv, one of the Radi cal organs at Memphis, charges that the Radical supporters of Gen. Smith had de termined that Harrison should not speak, unless to empty benches, and accordingly had men stationed at the door of tho Opera House and at other points leading there, to notify the faithful -that it was a " Rebel" meeting being held there. The Judge must consider that " tho unkind cstcutofall." Tho Memphis Avalanche hopes " the treatment that Judge Har rison has received at lho hands of the majority of his parly in Memphis will induco him and every other man of his party in Tennessee, who dosircs to a-.-sociato with honest and decent men, to abandon their present party associations." Tho. Judge's recollections of Memphis will bo anything but. pleasant. Ho en deavored to steer clear of tho personal broils of his political friends, and swamped . ..." - . . . j.ltaw(in nmv all that thev have pained bv li ! tho effort After this djsplay mortified if not a wiser man. SDIy against the stgckholu- for . . m.vir. x - 'biviwxiih sii " - ' ' ' x. i..i:....hit. n,i.uio. From the Sayapnah Nctt?, Octojicr 10. win hunfein.' institutions of Savannah, bv . ...t--fi'ii.-? . .t.jl.m..iiA panics aoiuinuieicuiuies. yjuufewuwwi , were given, and thmarslrol.waa unablo helodirin!: to cither 1' lif slckhoWpM of me BiocMiomers oi i w-...- -D .... - -- thosevfaanks,'; p$ being:- liable :for.,,tu.o nnn .w . iuujuubv.u.i,u.i.v,.v.ip .$30.3,000 of which i? against tho ,Merr, i ichan mmucu.Butu ;j,fuuwfuipini rfamacc8. - intcrc5t, sinco,lobniarv, Jast, i The suit will be a very interesting ono Wrl'nsnirwni involvtf'TlirIv'irrTnro-M r T ... - , r .. .;.., I iiwrtv ot minv oiucmzcns. win nroDauiv i Tircdicamc hmde against them, the Vctdlfit WOllld wpep away all that they have gained, by J fare? of toil.. So far as wc can learn, the principal partics hr ithor StatSs, and it is ve?y prcbable.ihat k 1- ' a-fl v- i 1"""I"". f Artho bills were, in many instances, bought . 1. n 1. . 1 1 . . n atagrcu.tdiscount,andtheQriginalnmount !,: ln,l . C. COLLIER, lVlioIrttulo unci Itedill Dealer - 15 . SCHOOI? BOOKS. ' , ' BaLAXIE books. STATION HlfiY, A Photograph AIduuis, Writing Icsks, Gold Soiis, Alt.NOI.IIS WKITINO ll.CIl). t'OI'Yl.Nn INK, ETC. a,L8ii. utrosrroKT vou nit Amorican Biblo Socioty, AND AllltNT FOlt THE PKESnS'TKKlAN COMMITTEE OK PERMEATION SOUTH. INITIAL STAMPING Dne in tho neaiost and latest styles at short notice. NO. iO UNIO.V STKEET, Betwccn'ColIego and Cherry streets. fan2i lr Lotze's Furnaces. XT. IF. AUK PKKPAUEI) TO PUT UP IN Stores. Churches and Uesidoncr?, the LOTZE FU KNACK, which, after tecral years trial, h.n eiven better natiofaetiou than any other WAllM-Alll i'Ull.AVlS nseil in lcn- Tliov rnniMnn nil tho modem improrrments. and aro used almost cxeluiirilyin lho Western Wo have three sizes, and can put ihcin up complete in any part of the Mate. Aye have them in TheJ'irjt Presbyterian Church, INajlivillc. .McKendree, M. E. " Talip Street " EJscGcld. Baptist Church, Nashville. II II!.. I. PA a liln.o NftahtriUi .1. It. firnieheail. Jsg'jI kc-iiilcLCC. Naihviflc. Wm. K- Klliston. Es-i.'s " Davidson co. ViT. E. Ward's Seminary, Nashville. County Jail, Pulsski. Khplbvrille. And many other public nnd private buiidiii;.t to all of which we would rcspectlully reler. J. W. WILSON & CO., Whulcsale Stoves, Castings and Tinware. octlStf No. 2 CoIIeffO Sired. COAL OIL. JUST RECEIVED 25 barrels Best Miami Oil. 10 barrels Best Fhcenix Oil. TIN PLATE, ETC. 150 boxes I C and I X 10-14 Best Tirt.i 100 boxes 1 C 14-20 Best Tin. 100 boxes Tcrnc Rooting Tin. 1 U5 pigs Banca Tin. no bundles assoried Galvanized ire. 75 sheets assorted Copper. 50 bundle of Iron. O casks Zinc, and Assorted Tinners' Goods. AT THE SLOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES. ALSO, 125 Common Mantle Grates. :I0 .lamb Crates. 0 Fine Enameled Orates with fronts. Pino Marbleizcd Iron iMantlcj. complete. -O dozen Coal Hods. 75 Best Patterns Cannon Stoves. 50 " " Wood Box Stoves. .1. W. WILSON A JO., 22 College street- aetlMw W. II. Morgan, M.I). D.D.S. 11 AS RETURNEB TO THE CITY. Ofiicc: No. 117 Church street. Nashville, Tenn . augalm FARMER'S FAVORITE. T. H. .Tones, & Co., OOMMISSTOiN MERCHANTS, Manur.irtnrerf nnd Dealer in Atriciiltitral Tin piemen fa, Tm-jn-ovat drachincry. etc., 1 PRESENT "DODHh'3 PEKFECT PLOW." J a the best for all purposes ever offered to the public made or tbo finest Herman bteel. of superior finish, and warranted in every respect. Thoy nl keep constantly on band at their Southern "Farmers' Depot," the boat Improved Aerieullural Machinery, at Miniiir.ieturcr ' prices, ineludmg Tho I llicit NlccI mill i a-l PIoum, t'ol N.u .li(, iri..u .-iiw and patterns, includ ing the ColobruKMl ISIII.I.ETT STEEI. ItK1T4II PATENT, which a.lds from two to ttrce ccut to the value of the cott.m ; Wlieol Urill. Corn Mu'llrr. Slrnw nnl 1'1 C nlt. rM. Two IIor Wiisjoiis, Wlirnt 1'oiiH am! Seed Whrnl flenners, I'hICI vnlors, ISarrows, Ooublo Stiovi'N, '! Jor .i:U!i,RenirNniiil )Iom,llorMi Ponprs. Tlir"Iierf ami Separators., Norffo Mitrliinot, Evpornlorx. elf. octltilmiUw AUCTION SALK. rr. WILL SELL ON TIISDAT morn- Vl IN1. Oftnher 'JO. 1WH. c.'iniiiencin at 10 o'clock, a fine line of STAPLE AND FANCY DRYGOODS I'.KABY-M.VDK CLOTH ING. ' HATS. CAPS. BOOTS, rUIOES and NOTIONS. Snlo positive and lerm cash -CRUNK. HUDSON .t CO.; octW t No. 63 North Market St. NEW ADVEETISEMENTS ilsTOTIOE- TIIK .MEMBERS OP HIE CATHOLIC BE nevolent Assouation will meot this evening, In tho basement of tho CathedraL at 7 o'clock. transaction onmportant business, a . - AUCTION SAL.li;. netait No. S3 Market strcoL ., - " CLOSE' CASK J-iiio TTTfr.T, RAVE! HV EXAMINING ' our laree stock of Mencm"-"-i ..:.,. ,i:... a. Tn&nufaeturora and I uihc. received direct from manmacmrura erst hands, before makine their purchasers. ,.1 YSitfHi!5l ojoi nos-auana"" , ..;XI2iJOT U JK b . . 0,I"E MoiinA MWn n. TnniifiSlSf.fi ' tUYT ItKQtlEST OP THE CITIZENS OF .11 Naihviitn. ir. .T.i.h Jones will deliver I .r. ..-"ttr-; !,; r. . THE SECOSO MAMJIOTn if' . I XL TRADE -SALE, ET ALBERT WILL TAKE PLACB ON WEDNESDAY, I V October Zl, io uo cuuuuueu iur THREE DAYS, Merchants do not fail to attend ! LUNGII at' U o'clock, M. M. iocuuji Notice to Show Cause-rn Bankruptcy. -1TTTS TS TO (1IVE NOTICE THAT W. T. Brown, K. J. Bnssell, Samuel J. Bradley,. . .... ,a:i . i David Little. Milton Fiskand Joseph Brown, nil nf whitn muniv. innnfsii.n imv iiiari n I tho ollico ot tno uicru ri mis uourt. tneir pcti- I tions for discharge, and it was thereupon ordered I by tho Court that a hearing ba had upon tbo I jamo I ., ...... r . . On the 20tli liny of November, 1808, At tho hours oft 10.-10J5. UandUM a.m. and Vi M. respectively, at tho oflice of the Kegister.J. W. Johnston, Esii , in Sparta. Tennessee, and that all creditors who havo proven the ikUs. aod other persons who aro interested, mayap-'J All Chairs mado by us hare our namos sten pear at tho said time ad place, and show cause. I selled on tho bottom, as we aro not afraid to U any mcyiiavc. way mo prayer ot said peti- tlons should nat bo granted, and that the second and third meetings of said creditors will be had beforo the Register at tho same time and place .u'lii iiAiuiA. Clerk. IT O 111 at f'rtii lr ATrr IT. S. D'lSt- Court, ilid. Dist. nfTnun octLM-tuesuaysJi Kolicc to Show Cause In Bankruptcy. rnlllS IS TO OIVE NOTICE Til AT C. W. L Brown. 11. 1 Gillock. M. F. Seltz and irank U. l'ornn, all pi Davidson county. Ten nessee, hare filed in ilic ollico ot the Clerk of this I'ourt, their pemtons lor Uischargc. and it was tliercupon oracreu py tue Uourt that a hearing De naa upon mo same On Hie Otli Day of November, iHUH. nt Ihebnurs oflO. 10'J.ll nnrT 11a! ri;t.r. tircly. at tho ollico ol Alex. S. Bradley, Esq., Register, No. TSJi Cherry street, Nasavillo, Ten nessee, nnd that all creditors Mho haie proven their debts, and other persons interested, may appear at said time and ulaco and showeauto. ii any tlicy have, why the prayer of said peti tions f noma not ue granteu, ana tuat th second and third meetings of the creditors will be had bcloro inoltegistcr at same timo anil place, E. K. CAMPBELL. Olerk 1'. S. Dist. Court Middlo Dist. Tenn. oetlXHucsuaysJt HEADQUARTERS SOUTHERN TRADE! Wall Paper, Winflow Shafles, ETC.. ETC. ETC.. WHOLESALE ANI RETjill. yr. woitld respectfully in- I T form our natrons and the public een- crally. that in conformity with an agreement I cxitinir lietwcen ourselves and the largest j I'.astorn Manufacturers. of l'nnrr llnne-I s HIT'. iviiKiovr niinoeH, vt innotr lor. ii'ecK. eic, wo havo established at this place the only Mammoth Southern Depot, for the wholesale and retail of coo Js In thi line: and thatwc are offering goods TO THE TuADt precisely At Manufacturers' Prices, with tlfo EXPENSES OF SHIFPING added. OUR FAI.I, STOCK I is very large andcomplele.and we invite tho puplic to give us a trial bcloro making pur- S chases. JOHN Vi. II ILL & CO., No. 2U SOUTH COLLEGE STREET. Between Chun-h and Broad. CictlS3m Second Fall Auction Sale I TO THE TRADE. is CATAt.oarr tobm Of Foreign and Domestic, Staple and tfancy Drygoods, lol!iiii;r, Boots, Shoes, Hats, I iiruisliiiij Goods, C ntlcry, Nolions. cic, etc., etc., I Y ALBERT & SEEMAN, NO. 2, PUBLIC SQUARE. ON WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY AND FRI DAY. October 21t, 2M and IBd. commenc ing each day at i' o'clock, a. m.. when will be sold, without reserve, for CASH, a largo and valuable stock of Staple nnd Fancy Drygoods, Cassimercs. Satinets, .leans. Broadcloths, Doe skins. Beavers, Chinchillas, etc. Also, an assortment of Shaker and Opera Flannels. Woolen Goods. Hosiery and Under won r. Also, a Valnablo ttork of Ladies' Cloaks, Shawls, Blankets, Coverlets, etc. Also, a great variety of Ladios' Hats, in Fall and Winter styles. Also, a Ono line'of White Goods. Also, Notions, Cutlery, Trimmings, etc. Also, a splendid assortment of Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods. ox itiiiiay, ocroiir.u 23I, WILL III IIKFRKCII 250 C.-iscai of Prime nnd Seasonable HOOTS, SHOPS ,C BROGAXS. N. B Your parti.'uhir attention is called to this shIc. as the goi.d-i nre t lie sold without RKSKItvn. ALBKKT ASKKMAJi. Wholesale Auctioneers, 27 Public Square octls tf G O AL, COAL! COAL! COAL! riMIE TEN aN i:ssi:i5 COAL AN D R AI LROAD JL Company h.ive comidctefl all arrangements for the promi.t delivery o.f from 70(0 to ld.tOO bushels if Lnmp Coal from the Sewance Mines daily- This Coal is fresh from tho mines, and is of superior quality, and sold at the lowest price. All Coal going out ot the yard is weighed and suld at so inuch per bushel. Tho Sewaiiun Coal is of superior quality, and frco from sulphur, slate, iron and impurities ot evory kind. It i perfectly sale iu Parlor Grates and Stoves, and produces a greater amount of heat from a given amount of Coal. It Is not only of superinr quality for Parlor Grates and Stoves, lut ii decidedly belter for .Steam nml Blaik-milh'uitr purposes. ,.,,,. A. J- DUNCAN. Gen'l Manager and Superintendent. 0 FiCK-C:ink of the Union. Con. Yam. No. 1) Cedar Street. COAL FORCOOKING. S 1 OUSEKERPERS USE SEWANEE COAL 11 for cookini; purprses. It is better than wood, dnc-i not t half the money, and will never injure jour "dove: besides it is more con venient. ... The Sewanec Coal has been used fur ten years in this iiinrl.i t. It is a pleasure to state that there i steady improvement in the quality ot the Coal. Customer will be promptly yupplied. and Inw prii-e.iwill be universally maintained b the Cmipany. "'" lm l'l I NASUV 1 I .JM Uk insiiraHCS ompa, jVrt. HI Mttsrwclt noufCf JOHN M. BASS. - .1. V. 110YTK Db.T. A. ATCHISON. DicS. 11. SlillIT -President. .Secretary., f!.insult'ir Pbrsician. . General Agent. ,A Soiitlii'in Hoiiii'-liwtHiti"i. . ,i . A " . Sir- Issues all kinds 'of Lifo and Endowment Policies on most f.ivorable terms. lmay2S tt . E. S. noLLIXS. I. C. WEIOBT. 7. A FUltrHISD. H. T. nOOfEB. ' Hollins, fright & Co:,; JOBBERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES ' F1JR AMiiWOOIf reATS, " 'SToT72'Xast SJUcPulilIcSqunrO.-w INVITE THE AlTENfllfN'OF MERQHA-NIDS , jio ?nr ma rssti, jtoi-ic ol rw.l r-n In .tnro t 1IOM.INS. WRIIJHT .1- CO. aue2S 3m sp io FOE SALE LOW To CLOSE CONSIONMENT?, n 10 casks Yanmelcr'a Celebrated Canraied Sa- car uurea uania. 00 barrels Uydraulio'Cement. . .' , ' ' -. K11KA, BaIITU iCO. I Wo wantto purchase 10.000 bushels Old Corn Und W0 bushels 01a.m .' hum. bjiuu tu, Office'. Genoral Freight Agent, tNAfiiniXK ifc ClUTTABOOQl iJTDNXSHVILI.K NAsnviLT.E, Oct. 11, 1SG3. J JL will bo made on -shipments fruni I'' .III kAmn.llI nn'.i.Tnn'.'.l. r..'. W ..I. Ill 1 I To JfeinpliLs, New Orleans & St. Louis, To all points' on lho Missifsippi "river, via , , incitman. Throueh rates c-ircn and Bills Lading inr,l only at this oHice. - - UI1AS. W.AiNUEUSON. oct!5 tf Ocn'l Froicht Agent. T HE KOSllVlllO dlMr FaCtdy, TJJE I DESIRE TO. INFORM DEALERS IN c urniiuro. anu tne citizens eencrniiv. that I uur yuui nciory is now compieic, anu mien UP with alt thp latest and most improved ma-- cninery, ana mat we navo in. onr employ none but experieneed-iind skillful workmen. We are. luwciure, emuueu io iurmsn vnairs. me manu- factnro of which will compare favorably with ln0Se maa0 eucncrc-ana at r, . , . , . t,M, Prices "Which Defy OompetltlOU. have them compared with others. Wo solicit tho patronage of dealers, and all those -who wish to encourage home industry and cntor- prise, and especially ask that our work and I prices be examined beforo purchasing elsewhere I Tumi . i i . TiriA, JtlCU 4KRIEO. Waro.Ttoomn. tin. 12 North Colleen Street. Factory., corner of Hummer. Madison znd i;nerry btreetj. locua aiwtt. Yontlisj -c.ttention ! f HAVE TIIE NOVELEST NEW Y0B1 L styles (or you. MIKE POWERS, Ccrner Public Square and Market Street. sepal lm TAKE NOTICE. rpllE PROPRIETOR OF A FIRST-CLASS ; Retail Drue Store, wishing to more to the City of Jlew York, oflers for salo his Drugs, Medicines and Fixture!! at 1(1 per cent below cost. Appiy ai mis umco OCllll lw Army Supplies. ATTENTION, GRAIN, DEALERS. ACT. Asa'T.QCAETlCRUASTEll'Al Owict, U.S. A. n N isavn-iK. Tiish.. Oct. 15, 1SG SEALED PROPOSALS. WHICH MUST. BE in daolicate with conies of this advertise. mcnt attached, will be received at this office until 12 o clock if., f the Crrr Dav or OrTonxt. lb&. lor furnishing tho Quartcrmistf r's De- partmsat, witu 200,000 X'oiimlH of Outs, (if furnished in sacks, the sacks to be returned.) Tbo Oats must be of good, marketable quality, full berries, clean and well dried, and to be de livered m tbc nty or ruashville as follows, viz: FIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS on or before the 10th days of November and December. IStVS, and January and February, 1S6S, respectively ; proridedthat tho Quartermaster at .Nashville may require the whole, or any portion greater than that above named, to be delivered at any time subsequent to December 10. 1S63, upon giving ten days notico to that effect to the con tractors. Payments to po made monthly by the Quar termaster, at Nashville. Two sureties will be requited in the sum of gttuuuior tne laitnial perlormanco of the con tract, if awarded. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any or all bids offered. By order tf Bvt. Maj. (len. Thomas Swords. A. Q. M. Gen. U. S. Army, C. Q. M. Department of Cumberland. J. F". CLEGHORN. oetlS U It Lieut. 45th In. and A. A. Q. M. Notice to tlie riiblic. WE ARENOW MANUFACTURING SOME ? of the FINEST JIAlTlttJSStM ever offered for sale in this market. There havo been a great manv mattresses sold in Nashville. made of very inferior bedticking and filled with thing nic'o and good, leavo your orders at the Southern Hattress Factory which which will be stamped, and the mattress made by COLE fc WON, and warranted to giro satisfaction. If you cannot send your orders to tho Factory, just call at YEATMAN, SHIELDS & Cu-'S. or BARNES A- CO.'s Auction Hoase. Colloge street, and you will have your orders filled ri'ht away. We will buy all kinds of old mattreses, nr repair the same. Wc also bny Curled Hair, Moss and Cotton. All persons "buying mat tresses to sell, will find it to their advantage to give us a call. Woharoany quantity of Hackled Shucks for filling under.beds, etc. We will pay cash for 20U 000 pounds clean com shucks, de livered to us at No. 275 South Cherrv street. octti lm COLE & SON. All Wool Cassimere Bnsinass Suits von sis; AT MIKE POWEHK', Yellow Corner, Market and Square. sep291m T. J. YARBROUGH, Late of tho Firm of Weakley i Yarbrougb DSAIiES IX GROCERIES, BACON, FLOCK A.I LIUUOIIK, AJID I.V Domestic Produce Generally, NO. -21 SOUTn COLLEGE STREET, ;Na&lvlll, Tonn. iyl2tf. Black Dress Suits for $30! MIKE POWElW, Yellow Corner, Market and Square. iepSOlm COOPER, HAILE k CO., Commission Merchants, 10 P. TIIK SILK or corrox, imn:i fkuits, i'Eanot.s AM) ritUDLCK (lEEIMLLY, NO. 4S VINE STREET. CINCINNATI. OHIO. Liberal advances made upon consignments. ocIC Sin McCREA & CO., Successors to IlITftll JIcCBEA fc CO., Cotton ai Tolacco Faelors, S T O A G 13, Produce & Commission MorchaTits, 39 Mir III MaVBKET AND ad SOUTH COLLKOK HTItEETS, Nasliville, Tenn. scpOCrn BOYS' CLOTHING, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. STYLE AND Ina,iea' miki:poweii.v. Corner Market Street and Public Square. sepJ lm MASONIC PELAJLEf INSTITUTE, rtarlsv!Hc,Snmncr County, TcmiT B, ' 3E33IOS3 BtQIX IT .1 If 1 ? O. I 1 1 .!' i 111 rim jioduijs in otpiemotr ana -leiirairp, JI.i T. M.. PATTERSON, Tmident. - Mm. IDA PATTERSON. Principal Jlttslc'acd ' yvswinni uiierary department. " -Mes. ELIZA BARKSDALE. Assistant Litcnt-' ry Department. B. M.TOTTS. PrcsMcnt Board Trnalces. ' J.llUTCmNS.Trcas'r J- F. ANDKEWS, Bec'y " octll tf : Immense, anfl Important Sale ! - TDESDAY JIORNTNO, OCTOBER 2frni.lRej. AT UK OCLOCK. ye atm an, siiiKLiKs & co. ?tX7ILL SELL AN UNUSUALLY ATTR.CT- W IVB lino of Staple and FancV 1 Mapio and Fancy l'orelRn nuI American llrjcoods, AUn PfntKTn fr.r. : i it .... .... an invoice of Men'3 and Ladies' Hats- Will bo added the balance of two cut stocks. Millinery Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc. .Merchants will find this a, cood opportunity to bny bareains, as we i.mexd to skll. T1 A T .T . AINTT WINTER DRYGOODS. JOIXM GIIaCAIV & CO. TJESPECTFULLV" ANNOUNCE TUB Alt-J-ii KIVALof their second purchase of Poll anil M inter oooda, bought recently under a sreat advantage, and will bo sold At Trices that cannot Fail to Please. A Iarcc assortment of Ladies' and Misses' Furs, -now on tho way from NEW YORK, will bo open anu reaar lor inspection in a lew uavs. TRADE PALACE, octlS It U PUBLIC SQUARE. Notice to Tax-Payers. VV IIILE TIIE LIST OF DELINQUENT Tax-payers U being made out for collection. say UNTIL TIIE 20TII I.VSTAST, the FIVE per cent, will not bo added on all taxes raid previous to that time. B.J. SHERIDAN, octl8to21st Tlcvenue Collector. TO STOCKHOLDERS. OrriCE NisaviLLE xaD Dxoatue R. R. Co., ft ASHVILLK, Oct. 8. 1SUS. rpiJE ANNUAL MEETIN15 OFTIIESTOCK- . . . UA ilJQ A.USIltlllC illll. JICCUI A.aiA- roau tomtianv will bo held at the decotefthe company, in Nashville. ON TPEMIAY NOVEMBER 10, proximo. Stockholders desirous of attending will tro pajieU tree to and lroiu tno convention by exhibiting their certificates of stock to the Conductors. tf. W. SKAV. octlbtd Secretary. . ....... t T-ATYTEIC" TYPTTCJSJ T?TTT?P! -v - w-. oPKivriVC OP THE FTTR.SEASO INT AT "WIGGINS9, 'J.'i Cherry St., Nmhville, Temi. WE SHALL OPEN OUR FUR DEPART ment NITIJKOAY, OLTOIII.'IC 10. and.be prepared to exhibit a larger stock ef Ijitls mill MImcs' Dress Furs than wo have ever before offered, cmbr.ieimr some or tno cnoicest qualities ot ilussian. Hud son Bay and Canada; Sables, Fitch. Siberian Squirrel, Lyni, and alt the lower grades of Far. octlO 2w FOR .SAIaK ClEEAl. ATACANT LOT. A SHORT DISTANCE from the Public Square, adjoining an! soutn 01 tue trwin House. Irontiug tniriy feet on North Cnlleg. street. Also the Ebwis Hocait, containing thirty-fivo ruum aumiraoiy suiieu ior axioicior Jiuaru ing House: and lot 110 feel front. ANDERSON, JOHNSON .t SMITH, ocll Str Agent?. JAMES VHELESS & C0., . Cotton nnd Tobbacco Factors A.ND COMMISSION MERCHANTS KR anil f.H .Son Hi C'.IIee Mreel, Nashville Tennessee. WILL GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO all business entrusted to their care. octCdtf. t FOst REST. IN EDGEFIELD. A DVtfLLING. CON taining seven rooms, with alioilt two acres ground, with cistern. Price $25 per month. Inquire of J. LU.MSDEN, octl'lw Second National Bank. EXTRA TRAIN, liutlieiToru County Fair AT M VBFliKENJtOKO, Octolicr 18th, 14Ui, lolli, lGUi, 17tli, AN KTA PAKSEXOEK , TICAIX will, on days abovo named. Leavo Nashville at .. ArriveatFairGrounds at axd Rktubniso wri.r. Leave Fair Grounds at Arrive at Nashville at. S:13a m ...10:15 a. ir 5:0i) P.JI 7:00 r5 Tickets for tho round trip arc good for tho days above specified .ft t So Admission tickets to the grounds can also bo had of cur ticket agent at tbo depot. C5-L':vc Stock and all other articles for exhi bition at tho Fair will be carried to Murfree boro and back at half regular rates each way. JOHN W. THOMAS. octS t!7 Superintendent. WM. LYON & CO., No. 25, SOUTH MAKKET ST., HAVE ON II AND. AND ARK CONSTANT ly receiving, a good stock of bt liriilurlcy Iron, AxeN, Sjirliiu". ThimbleSkeins. Wagon boxes.Mnchine.Carriafre and Tiro bolts. Hubs. Spoke-i, Felloes, and all kind of wagon material. We also keep the cele brated MILL Kit STEEL 1'LOll', and various other kinds of wrought and cast Iron Plows. Straw t'utter.i. Corn Shcllcrs, Doors. Sash, Glass. Axes. Shovel. Chains. Nuts. Wash ers, Horseshoe and Nail, (various brands.) (irinditones. Pomy Chains :ind Tubing. Bucket. Tubs, Cedarwaro, Stoneware. Fire Brick, Land and Calcine Plaster. Hydraulic Cement, f-'alt. Lubricating Oil. and a general stock of Pnriuii;r itnilMeclinnlrnl Itiiiili'iitenlH and matcral. Also n.OVKR. TIJIOTHY, HKRUS AND BLUE GRASS SKKD. Wo call attontion of ritizens to KEDZIr. PATENT WATKK FILTER, several rise suit able tor families, schools. Iiotel and saloons. IliRbest market pricoi paid in cash fnr feath ers, beeswax, ginseng, dried frnit and flax'eed WM. LYOX & CO., No. Zouth Market street. Nashville. Tenn. oct7 3m HORNER & GAFF, . l'rotlnce Commission Merchants, AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN i'iieene, inrrrEK, imr.i ntuii;. Seeds, Spiit Peas, Beans, Ueminy, Peail Barla&. Grits. Oat Meal, etc, etc. .is Main Kin-el. ClurimiHtl. T-Particularattention given to tho purchase and sale ot Grain, Flour, Provisions, etc aug IS 3m Illuminating 4'o:I Oil. ON HAND AND FOR SALK AT WHOLE sale manufacturers' prices, lho C. V.0. Sc M. Co. Oil. which we guarantee to gives -lufac- tion 3 well a to quality nl to rati. HARRISON SON. , scpl71m BJ Upper Wharf. H, - QNKLr 00, STOP t 3DEAWEHS'. :CAJRPET-BAG,S:: UMBRELLAS. 15. IT. COOJTE fc CO., Tiext Door to tbo Cltr Hotel, sepl5 diw2m from sepll Beaver Snits at Fabulou3 -Low- Pricas. - HIKE POWERS', ' -Yellow Corner. Slarkct'and Squared F. THGMA, Merchant Tailor;: No. 37 X OUTIt CII EICBT STREET. " A"7"OULD RESPECTFTfLLY OIVE NOTICR I VV to hU patrons that ho has just received-'! a largo siocjc ol Clolli, Casslmcres A Testings, which he is prepared to make up to ordorin tho latest and most fashionable strles. IV. ii. Rowca has charge of the business and-1 cutting ncpartment, and wiu bopleasca to sea nisoiumonas. sepa-ii To Railroad Men. VELVETEEN AND CQRDDROT. PANTS, T Toy low. at 31IKE I'OIVECS', Corner Market Street and Pabtiir Square. scruuim Hooper Hairis & Co., COTTON FACTORS JLXD General Cofflmlsslon ffierciants, nnoABWAT, sew torh. tTtASU ADVANCES iUDE ON CONSIOS- KJ ments, by our Agent, Mr. K. t, in, 63 South Market street, HashviBe. Tenn. Refer to J. C. Crarr. CnxhirT- Vint Vxllnnl Bank, and to Merchants of Nashville generally. - sepju cm Chesterfield Coats! HIKE POWEKV. Yellow Corner, Market and' Squire. ai'lkA' 1 ill A. CAJfcI. NOT HAVINO IN COURSE OFIERECTION a Tailoring Lstablishment.(and no prospeet of any,) and having no goods to dispose of at a small advance oncost! To gentlemen furnish ing these goods I would say, that I will Cx them up in the best style and atpriees to suit these bard times. Not having the means to procuro foreign talent. and being vain enough to believo that (baring cut most successfully fer Mr.Sam Pritchittfor over tan years.) I have native talent of my own, I "aa uoiuio mx eai euersies to may lavor me with their Patron ace. and will devote inyhest energies to suit all who Bythe-by. I have secured thi services of a prolossional Ucnovator of clothes, (tho best ia ihecountryj andean gaarantoe isatiifaivtiun in mat line. pas.j. scan LAX, 51 College it. (Sam Pritehitt's old stand.) oc tf Up stetrs. HUNTING. SUITS I . At - ... SI IKE POWKMS. Ycllew Csrner. Market and Square. scp3fl lm C O A- U T Ii I? nrycit thkir ron. at S4 50 per Cart Load, Delivered. .Full loads, and frco from slack. Leavo orders nt 14 North Cherry Street; or at tho Company's laru, loot or lfroau street. PRINCIPAL OFFICE-orer" Harriseri'.V bon s JJoat otore, Upper iVhsirf. POPLAR MOUNTaVIN COAL CO. sep20 tf. W. J. POllTE-H&CO., Cotton and Toliarco Factors COMMISSION ME3CPANTS, No. 1 13 Pearl Strut,, 2E"W YORK". LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES-MADE BY our Agents Ed. R. Pennobaker. Nu. 71 South Market street, Naahvlle, Tenn,. and Baylor R. Stewart, Hontsrille, Ala. nug3Q d3m 1868.FAI.li. 1868 A. C. ADAV3. TH03. GIBSON. . d. THOS.fK. L Ii. ADAMS & CO., Exclusivclj' Wholesale Dealers iu BOOTS SHOES, IIATS, ASD XuKlivillc, Tci'iu. An Immense Stock Now on Hand'. NASHVILIEIS CONCEDED THE BEST SHOE MARKET. Prime Goods at Low Prices WE hEl.l. THE ILt.KE.ST TIC.iOE Quick Sales and Small Profits. .SVi lisfaclion 'Guaranteed. aucS 2ci A. ii. ADAMS fc CO. Farmers, I5uy at Home Y, OUR WAGONS AND AGRICULTURAL inplement. 1 am mnnufaetunng the very liNt ot Steel Plows, and other Imnlemeats. Also, wagons of the Very best material and workmanship. J. II. RUMSEY. ' No. .134 South Cherry street; between Ash and iMul.crry itrects. ioctt oji TKX1VKSWKE HOUSE, , A. STAXSBURY, Proprietor, Koines, GeoPfjiu, oar Railroad Depot and, Steam to Landing. THE STAI1E orilCU is kei in this K use augll M. F. SELTZ, MERCHANT TAILOR, .No. St .Sorth Cherry Street, BKGS LEAVE MOtiT RESPECEFULLY TO inform hi old customers, (riends and the public generally, that ue has opened a Tailoring Establishment at the above stand, and U prepared to make up garments in the HedtesUand mJst fashionable style. . . ' loetSlm P. Px PBCE, . , AGENT ' ' lit.. HOil lIORiW CO, Jsscls, consIIJiicf Sov- erninoniSJontiK, omiij andTCtuk Htocks huU ilnblnflWoreveryatml A'ett awlH. H..Jr..'. 8I,:JS3,III SS D. R. SATTKRLEE. Fret. t t Y1?I)1!I,T', day of July. 1S. huWAKU a. nimu. . senl91m Motary l'ublie. OHlRCESsUELSOK NO. 20 SOUTH .MAHKBT ST., Robertson. County, Bourbon .stun 6 ' CONSfjtSrL)lf UA A LAKH L STOl L oftheabrf " Xj I Q; TJ O ZEvir S , In Boml :isnl Free. I luvitc the Attention of he TliADE. Samples fafHi'shed ou p. plication. aug-22 3a 1SOS 1S6S WATSOS r.CMU, KCSJ3XX U EUTXArS. JOU. W. HXfTt.1. Cooke, Settle & Go . Wbahrttfa IK'itlers in I Tinvnci orrrt-ricj tt A rrs r rti tjc XSUUlTb, OIIUIjO, llill & LiArh, I I ac I'nbTIr Somirc. (Allien. AndciTO k Co.'s Old :-sdJ NASH I 'Ilih E. 7i:XA. ReJWtutftAAMrerj akove, we st- .t the tealion afjlereriitiilv oolT to ou- Lnro stek ef toih - nir dera! or co plete taas at preseal, ant th rnc- warrac.: a to be sotiatactory. npl Ml COOK K. KTTL r i C D. GILES & CO., ifioff mnix AN l PATTERN SHOP No. 41 College Street, JVA.SSII VII.IaH, rcrviN. HAVING LATBI.Y INCRK.SED THE I"", facilities in thir Iron Foui.dry andShc. -, ami nddeil greatly to their already largo st .. of Pattern, are preparnd te execute orden f.r PASTINOS for JaR or Bank Vaulfs : Co In nut mat -itjjitrr f,.rMjre-fj-;:t plaiu and urBMwefitAkl ; Flutru IoIuiubh fur inside. f LuiidiCT" Avrnrn? nml I.nm I'ohIu; Wn?r 11 pi.t-i I.cntliti: IWilroli: Ijinl Kettlrn; iro Sukv ITIIlXAir. AM) OVE.V C.VSTISWS. And evr vatittyof smaller castings. JXIX-L. OJiiVltlAVO Of every description. furnMed and repaired x.1 short noliee Coostanlly on hand a large supply of codntry HOLLOW- W A R JB At Ctnctasati prices. scptOiMwwtt 1SOS FALL THAI I- 186S Purnitnro and Mattresses. WEAKLEY & WARREN, So. 8 Jforlls CoUfsrc" Klrcel. ManuCieturers and Wholesale and Kctail V'. ers in Every Variety of Pnrlor, Uod. room, Dtiiln-c-room, II;J1 nnil Omcc FURNITURE Spring, Hair, Mosm, folloa-lop nusl h Illicit MATTRESSES, Iioklus: Gliunrs Window Cl:in, clr. WE DBSIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT tentiontoour Mamiaolh Sto-kiT Ol fer the Fall trade, as we are fully satisBed tat an examination of our etoi'k'awl prices w. 1 convince purebasers that we wil sell good g. j fully as low as they can bo boifght ui thu i . , or brought hero from any other market, t.sr We hav about 190 boxes Wind. .is (aImU"- u we -will sell at oust. - TH 13 BROWNSVILLE L5EE., W- IVIK M'ESTBHOOK. Dk. Jt. W. ifUKBS. BWTRsiSl Pi"' I l 'ig! Browns-iJIe, 'IViiiipsspp, Itvued to tbifteeft tumdrcd haw'?iI k r A FINE ADVF.RTI3I.NG MF.Dll M T KX.80NARLK KAT oeVldtf W. S. DTTNNAVAOT, ClOXTltAITOIt A.D Sil'jI.Dl It, I Ohe. r llien st. i i('imBrtiM 4' v nraut.1 r sbeutfiillr iul..rui his p.itr t .11. Z and fife j.ub!! g nwnlly. rtbt In- hs cl two erriep 11 .wr. iei. n - iiicril ih u- n 7 and Foreman. Mi.t is I repared In evera - kimW of buildiac nd jub wurk wtiUdi : and in a workmanlike manner. " Bankrupt Sale of Lancb, he. a s l"Sl"ilir: iu AMM'.i,n .iil J. 1 will sH at the CotlrthuH. in til" ' the folwtB; ileseribed property: Two UOUSRS AND LOT, on lb- e.. Market street, at the junction of lu M horn nike with said 3tre froDii. t six feet on tha aea and uf saiil pike, ?uir. niDKbaek 1 Hl to an alley. The Lo .. -r : two - tory doable brkk. wita six r" m In t and in good repair, and eompar.it'vel' houses. Also i;;icres mcivii amnrt 1. D.tvid.un fiiuBty.abvatliu wii'sir..in of Nashville, on the north ?ide ot Mill i Valley Pike, and adioinimr Aadirw i... j home plaee. being the same old b II P to A. Gregory, 3h day of Oeteber I-' nr J registered ia the Ketbttr's oHW-e t.J Da.. a county. Also three-ninth interest in 1- t-r acres in civil district No-5, in David- n r, ar'7. bought by said Oregory r tm Jf ''-j heirs. Also 14 acres and 27 poles in the M -trietof DavUtSAin eounly, boogbt lv M ryofthe Clerk and Master. NasliviliM-a t year 181. Refcrenee u .le to the I r m Court, Nashville, ter a moi piMiioui ir .1. : tion of these buids. . , , Iwillabo sell, at the same time a-id r. onetw berro wa. owe eerryall an.l ana: b?r of ptew and other fewiMiwplt-aeai. Tern made known ea the ifciy f ;. Je A. 11. Ill l.L.r.1. eetrisrrSt Assignc 1