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:AILY, t3; JRI-WKEKLY, $5; WEEKLY, t&f TFICX COXJTER CHTJSCH AN 3 CHEEKY 6TREET3. C. TOKDETT & CO. T.I.ABm AK.T.C. DUHKIHOTON. A O.C.T0KBETT .DEMOCRATIC TICIvET. - . POK 1'KESIDBKTj JAMES BUCHANAN, of PEWsyr,rAHi,t. u una Finr-PHKMDKNl: JOTTIM n. TCREGKlNRIDGrE, ' KGNTCCHY. 82MOORATXO JHaBCTOXtall. TICKET, FOR THB STATE AT LARGE:' ' WILLIAM H. POLK, of Maury. ISHAM G. HARRIS, of Shelby. DISTRICT ELECTORS. SAMUEL POWELL, of Hawkins. JAMES W. McUENRY, of Overton. D. M. KEr. of Hamilton. E. lb GARDENHIRE, or White, E. A. KEEBLE, of Ratherford. JAMES 1L THOMAS, or Maury. THOMAS J. BROWN, of Giles. G. G. FOINDEXTER, or Montgomery. J. D. C. ATKIN'S, or Henry, D. M. CURRIN, or Shelby, Mo. 1. - " 2. " 8. -4. "5. 8. " 7. - 9. " 10. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. U, 1850. J. M. DAVIDSON ANDM.M.BSIEN. There wts a tremendous crowd on Broadway, Saturday night, to hear the "Irish Orator." The Know Nothings had pilled M. M. Brien, who tldims to be an old line whig, against him. Mr. IjXnpjojV though laboring under cold, contracted tryBpreYictas labor, opened in a. speech of two penrjidaratioa, in which he analysed,' the origin jpurpoaes of the Black Itepublicansand Know Ndlfflfigs ; and laid to the refponsibility of the laL tertfiMbe evils of the former organization. He jnswtd in icaisputaDio aigumeui u,e enure na tSUslity of the Democratic party. Zl'is speech founded in argument, wit and anecdote, and the greatest thusiam prevailed among the Democ racy. Mr, Brieh, arcso' to rep'ly, and for two hours kept the Democracy in a fund of good humor, which was only less than the pleasure caused by tlr. Davidson's speech. If we were disposed to . follow the example of ooe of oar city colemporarics " in its allusions to a late Democratic speech, we might make some allusions to murdered syntax and prosody but we don't like the precedent. The author of the article in the Patriot, who claims for Mr. Beien a victory, cither was not pre sent or else stood on his head, for if his brains had been in that portion in which physiology places them, he conld never have believed it C3 no one else does, or ever did. The only disturbance made by the democrats, we believe, was some tnisunder standing about the time Mr. B. had spoken, they thinking his time was out. AN EPIDEMIC. There seems to be quite an epidemic among know-nothing speakers. Ex-Gov. Neill S. Brown left our city to fill bi3 appointments in the District as thin as a shadow. Haskell has to deliver most of his harrangues sitting. Maj. Wisener, we under stand,has been too unwell to make a vigorous canvass. lion'. M. P. Gentry was prevented by indisposition from attending the mass meeting at Knoxville. The Patriot of yesterday contains the following: 0. C. Crowe, Esq. We regret exceedingly that the Health ot this talented gentleman, the Amen can elector for the 7th district, has been injured by the laborious and protracted canvass which he bas juet completed. We sincerely sympathise with our friends. We trust, however, that it will not last longer than the election. They are engaged in a sickly cause, The whole party is on the decline and the only way to be restored to health is to abandon iL GEN. BLUSTEKER. We think that hereafter Gen. Haskell may bo more appropriately known as Gen. Blusterer. At Paris ho refused to divide time in his discussion with Col Tbatis, one of the ablest democrat! speakers in the State. Vhen he got lo Nashville ho " publicly announced, " so says the Patriot, "his willingness to travel with any champion o the opposite party. " Whereupon the Chairman of the Damocratic Central Committee called upon the chairman of the kDOw-notbing Central Com mittee and positively informed him that Jame3 M Davidson, E3q., would accept the propositi 3d Haskell and Davidson are peisonal friends, bo there could be no objection to the man. But when the glovo so boastfully thrown down wts tikn up, Gen. H.t through his friends, refused to face the music upon the ground tbat " many of the ap pointments made for Gen. H. were in response to invitations from Fillmore and Donelson clubs, tn 1 the meetings u-ere expected and intended to In entirety American." Ha! ha! ha) Three cheers for the cock that crows and won't fizht I CANVAS3 IN THE 4TU DISTRICT. We have the most cheering nsws from the 4th district. The democracy aro fully aroused ; maoy of the warm fupportersof Gentry last summer are now zealously supporting lluchanan and Breck- miidge: among them is William H. Botts, of Gainesboro, who is now making a series of splen did speeches for our ticket, arraying, -with mnter ly ability, the many deformities of the opposition, W e understand that he carries consternation and dismay to the bouIs of the opposition by the thril ling manner in which ho fpeaks of the repsal of the 12th section and the present position of the opposition on the repeal of the Missouri restrio tion. Allen W. Dewitte, tho County Judge of Jackson county, is canvassing the county fcr Bu chanan and Breckinridge. Mr. Dewitte, in tbo last canvas?, supported Mr. Gentry, and has for ninny years been one of tho most influential whius of Jackson county. He is a man ol fins talents, and his efforts will tell in November. We think he (Ha9ke'l) is capable of dragging by tne heels the jaectors oi uemocracv, whom - - r . r -i i .... icey proiriss 10 esteem as invincioio. vvnat say you neignuor to a enort list in uetouer with one ' of thee gentry, for instance, the Prophet, whoso sanctified vision beheld such glorious sights from the summit of Mt. Pi!gab. If ycu do not think thatex-Gov. Aaron V. Brown would construe it into apenonal affront, suppose you suggest it to him. Patriot. Settle that matter with Mr. Divinjo.v first, neighbor. Davidson is tho man. Gov. Brown would not consent to gaff a coek that had crowed and then tucked his tail. What say j-ou to a short list with Davidson in October. "Suppose you sug gest it to him." gST" Wo will try tho Patriot on another tack: It aske us "Whether Gen. Jackson had grounds to make the charge of 'bargain and corruption' against Mr, Clay, and if so, what were the ground'?" Patriot Sorely our opinions can't be of as much conse quence to the Patriot as those of its .candidate for tie Viee Presidency. Wo propose, therefore, that our neighbor! put tho abovo question to A. J. Donelson; and we pledge ourselves that, if he an swers, we will either endorso or repudiate his re ply. Surely this is a most reasonable proposition. Will the Patnot accept tho challenge? The reception of Gen. Haskell by the citizens of Nashvillu on the 1st inst,, was a com plete ovation. Lou. Jour. Thisls rather an equivocal compliment. Web ster dsfines an ovation to be "a lessor triumph ill lowed to a commander for a victory not deserving a triumph in the strict sense." We agree with the Journal that it was a ''complete ovatiou" a vic vry, without an opponent, not deserving a tri- po.i, ' couatrj JOHN BELL Ojf THE KANSAS QUESTION. - The-know notblnes ofiNashville hive lately ee- leited JomEii as.' worthy alone ief'the compli- mcnf ol a public reception and public dinner on his return from Washington. And, m tneir utter oi invitation, they take pains to express tneir ap proval of his course in the faenate. itics who have noticed what tint course hai been, will at once come to t he conclusion that mo3t of the sign ers of the letter of invitation 'referred to thought only of payirg a personal complimeLt to a distin guished citiri-of;tbe city." There-were arts and votes of Mr. Bell at the late session of the Senate, which no southern man of cool reflection wil tn- lorse. Such was hi3 vote on the proposition to repeal the Kansts-Nebraska act and the laws com plained of in Kansas, and invesi tho Governor and judges of -.the Territory with, the law-making pow er. The Secretary of the Territory was to trans mit the acts of those legislators lo Congress for the revision of that body; so that in fact Congress should, have a veto power on all the laws of the Territory. A motion was made to lay the scheme on the. table; and hero is the vote: Yeas Messrs. Adams. Allen. Bayard, Bright, urcd&ead, iirown, Uutler, Ulay, iiaogtas, ueyer, Houston. Hunter. Iverson. Jolinscn. Jones. Tenn.: ilason, Pratt. Puzn. Itetd, Tducev, welter anu Wricht.. ' Nats Messrs. Bell, of Tain.; Crittenden, Dur kee,'Foot, Foster, Harlan, Seward, TJiompson, of -b-y : Trumbull, vnde, ana vv tison. Hero aro three Senators fromEUvehoIdingblauB voting with tho rank abolitionists of the Senate, for as positive an abolition oioveas was ever made in that body. Two of these Senators are from Kentucky, acd the other is JonN Bell, of Tenne3' see. The bill was a repudiation alike of the know nothing and of the democratic platforms. Those platlbrms guarantee to the people of tho Territory the right to regulate their own domestic, and social affairs; here 13 a proposition to take all the power out of their hands, and allow them no voice in shaping their own institutions, for an indeQnilo time; or until Congress several hundred faction isls, perhaps jnay, in kindness, if they thick the people will make institutions to suit thsm, allow the people to come in as a State. The Louisville Times supposes the bill to have been a Fillmore movement. In the north Mr. Fill rnore's supporters Bra struggling with the Fremont ers for the abolition vote. Both Fillmore and Fremont being members of the "American party' the only question to bo decided U which of them is the best "friend of freedom.1' Cbittesden, TnouMON, Houston and Bell, constitute, we bo lieve, tho Fillmore party of the Senate, and this bill was introduced and voted for by all of them. except Houston, to show how heartily they co operate with their northern brethren in their oppo sition to slavery extension. Had Crittenden's bill become a law, slavery would have been as effect' ually excluded from Kansas, as it could have been by the application of the Wilmot Proviso to that Territory. The Fillmore party could then have claimed the merit of having effectually checked the "aggres sions of the slave power." Fremont would have been eclipsed and Fillmoro would have become as popular with the abolitionists as whsn he was vo ting In Congress for the exclusion of slavery from the Territories, the abolition of slavery in the Dis trictof Columbia, and of the. slave trade between the States. Andrew J. Donelson ban been parading himself arennd toe street et naanviue wiia a letter id qis oreecnes imc cL which he represents as beincr from Air. Buchanan, writ tea tn bim Donelson some yer since, on the sutject of Grove ana redoubtable candidate tor the Vice Presidency is in the habit of reading with his peculiar vim, as an ar- gnmeni nnyuie country saouia reject uucuanan. .iuja. nue unum. We understand that Mr. Buchanan, in the letter spoken of, declared his opposition to the con promise measures of IssO. It JUr. Buchanan a menus are not saiieilea witn Donelson's readine "scraps" ofit and are anxious for the whole thing, let them persuade Mr. Buchanan to call for its publication. We woDuer 11 iney wiil jmiuvuh jour nal. The impudence of the Journal is only equaled by its baseness. Major Donelson can read upon the street corners of Nashville garbled extracts from a private correspondence, and when rebuked for it, and told that it would be more in keeping with common decency, to publish it entire, the Journal says, let the friends of Mr. Buchanan per snade him to "call for its publication." Was there ever such impudence. Did Major Donelson ask to be called upon befere ho engaged in tho dirty businosa of reading garbled sentences upon the streets? The truth is Msjor Donelson has no letter that would place Mr. Buuhanan in any position, that he has not placed himself, before the public. What we have been censuring is, the littleness of the conduct of a candidate for the Vice Presidency to be hawking around the streets, and reading do tached portions of a private letter that claimed to have been written him by his present adversary when they were both of the sams party. We say that -such conduct is disreputable on the part of the statesman of Tulip Grove, and is cot in keepiDg with the conduct of a true gentleman In any pesi ticn or relation in life. COMFORT FOR THE FREMONTERS. In tbo New York Evening Post, a most rabid Fremont paper, wo find a letter from its Washing ton correspondent, quoting a remark said to have been made by Sam Houston, in the Senate, that, "If Colonel Fremont shall be elected by a ma jority of the people, though I am not his suppor ter, I shall respect the majesty of the people; and, to Colonel Fremont, as the Chief Magistrate ot their choice, I shall pay my respectful homage." Tbo letter goes on to say : "This just and noble reply to southern uhraism told visibly upon senators from his section. It, however, accords with the recent declarations of Edward Bates of Missouri, Senator BELL OF TENNESSEE, cud all right-minded meu at the South, who do not believe in the cry about 'drop ping fifteen stars from the national banner.'" Comment is useless. What hope have we, when our men in high stations can bo thus quoted by tkoNoitbern abolition leaders? Nothing can as much strengthen their cause and quicken their ef forts. SPEECH OF COL. SAVAGE. Tho speech of Col. Savage, of this State, on ti u slavery question, delivered shortly before tho ad journmeut of CoDgress, is very highly compli mented by the northern papers. We shall print the speech in a short time. The following notice of it is from the Washington correspondence of the Baltimore Republican : One of the topics of general remark '3 the late speech of Col. John II. Savage, of Tenuesjee. ud-. ou the slavery question, and lor sarcasm, argument and thrilling eloquence, it has not been excelled during the ses3iou. Such severity. I think. I never heard fall from mortal lips. Tno black republicans writhed under it they squtrinad and wriggled in their seats, and sat, whining and whispenug like kicked dogs, afraid to open their loul mouths. n hat a commentary upon the political character of ourvilhCers. "The edition of CoL Savaee's EDeech. for circulation, is probably larger than any other of inu ees-nuu. 11 13 one oi tne most teiuag speeches ever delivered in Comrres?. and should be in tlin hands of every reading man, woman and child in Mar land and the South; and. indeed, in the whole country- All honor to the eloquent, gallant, able Tennessean. Col. Savage, besides being n umu of mark in politics und at the bar, also disimuiitied himself lor discretion, coolnes3 and darim bravery uoou well fought fields in Mexico; and l.m constituents maywell feel proud of their admirable represen tative, xle will soon return to Tennessee to do good service in behalf of Buchanan and Breckin ridge, and will be honorably heard lrom wherever he may go. No man enjoys to a greater extent, the confidence aaa regara 01 ice ueinocraiu party than CoL Savage, and no one is more worthy of it. This praise, to some who have little confidence in men, may seem extravagant; out au wuo Know Cl. Savage, will not fait to appreciate the truth and echo every sentiment.'' DEMOCRATlU'BAUBECdE AT TUSCULUM. A porliuri oljthe democracy of Davidson iLtcnd iviug a,ree barbecue, it ttiehbcvjf liee-on Satur- day next' Two tuilitary ctmpanies wifi be present, uji-cvacyvviii vs inaue Oy BASIL 1'.ALL130N, fcsq., Dr. 0 h.-.i!C3T0N, end 1 1 lets. M Urge, crowd may btexptcted. THE RECENT ATTEMPTED REVOLUTION IN THE t -HOUSE,, : -'?; 7. , Tue recent .attempt of the black reoublicnn acd know-notli,igmsj rily to defeat the Army appro priation bill, and tl ui'dany the Pre- i lent, theTueana of suppn sjitjg- c v.l war and protecting the pro slavery settlers in Kansas, is a drk record in .the Lister of the country, that should stand as a charge of perpctu tl infamy against tbe'guUty parties. Tue final vote, (oacurriag in the Senate's amendment, striking out the revolutionary provfso--stocd as ollows : Yeas Messrs. Aikeo, Aker'v Barkadale, Bell, BenLct, of Slissisjippi, Bucock, Bowie, Bnvcf, Atrancti liurnett, uadwaiadtr, uampceii, ot iven- tue'ey, Uarlilc, Uaskie, Clingman, Uobb, ot Ueorgta, Cobb, of Alabamba, Cor, Craige, Crawford, Cull en, iavidsoD, JJivn, of ilaiynnd, Uenver, Dowdeli, Edmundson, Elliott, Ethsridge, Eustis, Evans, Faulkner, Florence, Fuller, ot Maine, Goode, Green wood, llallol Iowa, Hams, ol Marylmd, tlarr.s, ot Alabama, Harris, ot Illinois, tlsrnson, Haven, Hickman, Hoffman, Hcuuon, Jewett, Jones, of Tennessee, Jones, of rennsylvania, Kent, ivelly, xennett, Jvidwellf Like, Letiber, Lumpkin, A. Ji. Mtnhall, of Kentucky, H. Marshall, of Kentucky, Marshall, ol Illinois, Alaxw elf, McMulIm, Al Uaeen Miller of Indiana, Millson, Oliver of Missouri", O.r, Packer, Peck, Phelp?. Porter, Powell, Puryear, Quitmao, Rictud, Rivers, Ruffin, Rust, Sandidge, Savage, Seward, Sooner, Smith of Tennessee, Smith of Virginia, Smith of Alabama, Sneed, Ste phens, Stewart, Swope, Talbolt, Taylor, TysoD, Underwood, Vail, Walker, Warner, Wells, Wheel er, Uhitncy, Williams, VVinsiow, w right ot Juts sisdippi, Wright of Tennessee, and Zollicoffer 101. Nays Messrs. Albrieht, Allisor, Barbour, Barc lay, Bennett of New York, Benson, Billingburst, Bingham, Bliss, Bradshaw, Brenton, Buffintou, Campbell cf Pennsylvania, Campbell of Ohio, Chille, Clark of Connecticut, Clawson, Collax, Comins, Covode, CragiD, Cumbick. DamrelL Davis ot Massachusetts, Dean, Us Witt, U10K, Dicsson, Dodd, Dunn, Durfee, Edie, Elwards, Emie. Hag ler. Gallowsv. Giddinss. Gilbert, Granger, Grow, Harlan. Hohoway, Hortoncf New York, Howaid, Hushston. Kehev. King. Knapp, Knight, Knowl- ton, Knox, Kunkle, Leiter, Mice, Matteson Mc- Uarty, Morgan, Morrill, Mott, Murray, JNortOD, UnverJot JNew York, Parker, relton, 1'enmngton Pettit, Pike, Prinarle. Purviauce, Ritclre, Robbins, Roberts, Robin3, Sabin, Sage, Sapp, Scott, Sher man, Simmons, Spinner, Stanton, Strannah&n Tappan, Thorington, Thurston, Todd, Traftou, Wade.Wakeman, Walbridge, Waldron, Washburne ot Wisconsin, Washburne of Illinoii, u oshbume of Maine, Wood, Woodruff, andWoodworth a The black republican papers are terribly lament ing their defeat. The correspondent of the New York Post, however, gathers some consolation af ter the following fashion: "Bat there are some circumstances connected with the result which affords subject for unmixed congratulation. One is the firm stand taken by the msjonty of tree state representatives, who. rather tha'n vote money for the subjugation of Kansas by executive tyranny, coolly allowed two appropriation bills in succession to fail, and who, nn der the coertion oT an extra session, were defeated on tbo third only by superior numbers, without striking their flag, and ready to rally agaia under tho colors ot ireo Kansas. "For their success in msiotaining this long and obstinate struggle, the republicans are greatly in debted to the co-operation of the liberal Americans who were not elected on the pure and simple anti Nebraska issue, and who, for the sake of the com mon cause, threw aside the trammels of strict party obligations. Among those who deserve CS' pecial praise may be mentioned Wakeman, Pelton and EJward?, of New York state. The latter, trom his conservative associations, was, at first regarded in the same category with Haven, Whit ney and Valk; but his vote has eteadily been given to the cause ot Free Kansas, and I do not think it wili find a more staunch supporter in the coming canvas3 thin he. His bill for the removal of the capital to a froe state did mach to biiag ths pro slavery population of Washington to a sense of their dependence.upon northern favor, and of tho danger of offending it by winking at such assaults in the district on northern men, as bad previously occurred during the session. No longer ago than yesterday a real speculator told me that the decltn of his property since its introduction had taught him this useful lesson. Tho District of Columbia is not likely to be the same exclusive parade ground tor southern lawlessness a3 heretofore. Gov. A. V. Brown. This distinguished individ ual addressed the people of Bradley, on Tuesday last, for an hour and a half. lie was on his way home from the north, and learning this was court week: here ho concluded to stop and make a short talk to toe peoplj. lie bad been at tr e north en heard the black repnb'icans talk, and war,ted to wrn the people of the south of the threatening danger against her in that quarter that their ora tors ilure attributed tho pressnt state of slTiirs to the repeal of the Missouri restriction that when he came to the eouth he found the orators of the know nothing party pursniog the same line of ar gumect, which was affording the fanatics of the north "awl and comfort" in their war against the institutions of the south He showed conclusively (hat the Lull ai.d New Mexico Territorial bill?, of leoU, which wei 0 approved by Mr. iillinore, abol ished the Missour. compromise that the princml. of non-intervention waa engrafted in the compro mise measures ot ioou, by uiiy, iierrion, and oth ers, of the old whij party. This part of Gov. B s speech waa the most powerful and conclusive thmg we ever listened to, and we wish it was in our power to report it as it was delivered. We hava never seen so many historical facts thrown togeth er in th? same length of time. The be3t attention was paid during the delivery of his speech, and we think it will have a good effect. All partim agree that it wis an excellent speech. Cleveland Ban ner. JOaT" The New York Mirror a black republican paper, thus rejoices over the prospect of uniting the Freemont and Fillmore forces in Pennsylvania " Pennsylvania is to bo the battle field of the campaign We record some very significant facts which indicate thit Mr. Fremont is rapidly gaining strength there. Ia the first place there is a move ment to throw the American State Council into the hands of the Fremonters. On the night of the 18th inst. a delegation of fifty-three left Pittsburg, at 10 o'clock, in the Eastern train, for some Coun cil or Convention unknown. Their object was kept a profound secret; but as they were ticketed to Lancaster, it is supposed they have Rooe to attend a Stato Council to be held there to-day. The Fill more Americans are greatly excited, and surmise that the object of the delegation is to procure the endorsemeut of Fremont and the repudiation of Fillmore by the Council. The Council met yester day at Lancaster 1 la delegates present rep-etent-ing 41 Councils. Pending a resolution to endorse Fillmoro and Donelson the Convention adjourned tine die 07" The Philadelphia Democrat, a German pa per of a large circulation acd great influence, pro nounces the story that a majority of tho Germans lave joined or intend to join tho black "republi cans" and vote for Fremont, a barefaced and ridic ulous lie. The Democrat says: "The fruitless attempt of the opposition to man ufacture public opiniou is re-acting upon them selves, as the frauds became one by one exposed. The Germans are democrats both in education and habits and will neve r leave their party to follow some sentimental absurdity whic 1 cannot stand the test of reason." A Proclamation. Know all, whom it may con corn, that, whereas the friends of one Millard Fill- j more are hawking about certificates of good con duct from members of tho Democratic party, this is to state that said certificates wero given in 1850, or thereabouts, when the said Fillmore did approve the compromise measures of that year, and for a time deported himself well; bat having since be haved badly, joined and embraced prescriptive anti-American doctrine?; and, moreover, having aban doned and denounced the true constitutional poli cy with respect to territories of the United States, that he onco approved, and for which he was odcr commended now, therefore, we warn all parsons that said certificates aro null and void ; the said Millard Fillmoro having forfeited, by t'lis miscon duct, all right and title to thsm. Lou. Dem. It ia said thatan English Earl who was enraged in the Crimean war, is about to lead to the hyme neal altar tbe nobls-hearted and self-sacrificing Florence Nightingale. VV" Ypi, sept. -2, lead, As was feipected, reliable'Sews from Nirgua by thai s&iiner CaHawba stales thatiuYe career or Gea. Walker In Central America Is upward and onward. El.Kica'agvtiikc contains a long despatch from Ibet'Nicaragua Secretary ot State, to our Minister, presenting a full justification of the seizure of the Transit ships 1 decre revoking the exs quaturof the lirltish Consul at Leon, who has been deles- ted as aiding and abetting the enemies of the state, adecrce 1 declaring all the ports of Cejlral America, on the coasts of the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean (with the exception of tbe inter-cpeanic Transit route, tU San Juan del Nurte' and San JuandelSar) in a state of blockado and other evi dences or a vigorous prasecuunn of progressive measures. Mariano Salizar, a distinguished Mcaraguab, who waa at one time' high in the confidence ofUn. "Walker, lut who aabfetjuently created and fostered toe Rivas revolt, be came the General wpuld.not lend a willing ear to certain mercantile transactions, when, by the State would be de frauded, was taken in tbe act of. transporting supplies to Leon, for the aid and comfort of tbe rebels, tried by Court Martial at Grenada and shot upon tbe plaza of tbat city, on the 7th' of August, on tbe same spot and in the same chair where General Corral sull'ei'td death for a similar of fence. SaLzar was chief of tbe traitors and his death will have tbe efidct to fill the enemies of Gen. Walker with dismay and'onsternation. It is believed that he was tbe prima niorer of tbe Ritas defection. Himself a candidate for the Presidency at the time there wag no election, be was chagrined at his defeat, and irhtn the result was announ ced at Leon (his residence) be rode through the streets bare-beaded aad harangued tbe crowds with the most bit t;r denunciations of Gen. Walker and bis patty. He told them tbat "tbe fillibustera" were even thee, oa their way to Leon to murder the entire population, and he made Riras believe that he would be beheaded before tbe next morn ing. The con:eqnecce was a dtclaratinn throughout Leon against Walker and in favor of Rivas, regardless oftha election. At this moment Gen. Walker, by virtue or pre vious treaty stipulations, assumed control or affairs so lar as to appoint Fermiu Ferris provisional President, wltb a suitable Cabieet to manage the affairs of State, until an election could be held and the voice or tbe people obtained at ths polls. Discoveringthe utter faithlefsness or the leading men of tbe country, Gen. Walker now determined to become a willing candidate' for the Presidency, believing that the na tives were bis friends and would support bim. At tbe same time declaring be would not accept tbe Presidency, nnless elected by two-thirds of all the popular votes. Tbe election took place tbe General was elected and inaugu rated, continuing tbe governnmnt opon the plan adopted by his predecessor P-tricio Rivas. Still Leon was a re. bellious province, and the residence or Salizar, who, as suming that Rivas was yet President, ftnt forth tbe most intlimatory appeals to the other Central American States, calling upon them to send in military force3 to Leon to aid ia subduing the "fillibustera or Grenada." Fire hundred men came lrom San Salvador, five hundred from Gaute- mala, and there were about eight hundred fighting men in Leon making in all a disposable force of some eighteen hundred men, not mire thin two-thirds of whom were active and available. Salizar's supplies were soon exhaus ted. He purchased a brig for the purpose or brining sup plies from distant ports. Gen. Walker heard that Ibis brig was lying at San Juan sent there and seized ber. He then put a battery on board cf her, instructing ber to cruise up and down the coast to intercept anyscpplies that might be enronle to Len. Havinglostbis brig, Sa'izar procured five barges stnail shore vcsaels of from fifteen to twenty tons to bring in supplies, and accompanied them himself in the difguise of a common sailor. The Nicaragua n man-of-war, with the "fligot tbe three volcanoes fiing at tbe main" started on a cruise. On the eighth daj out she fell in with the ene ray's fleet of barges, captured them with all their supplies. and, best cf all, captured the arch traitor, Salizar, who wa3on board oToco of them. Commodore Do Brissot sank three of the prizes, and carried ths two most ttacient into port loaded with prizi stores. Of course Salizar had to pay the penalty of his capital tffinccs. Aecordirg to one or the letters of the British Consul (Mannipg to his accomplice in San Salvador, which was found on the person of Sahzar, and for which his eiequa tur was revoked, represented the forcea at Leon as being in a suffering condition, and constantly deserting. It is well known tbat Gen. Walker might have taken Leon long ago if be bad desired to do so but he declined, for be said lie knew he had more friends than enemies amongst its population, und the time for action had not yet come. He prefers to starve them awhile, and tbeu set decisively. Tbe papers of this morning state that Dr. Llvingston( an American citizen at Leon, has been shot by the rebels. My information is that this is not probable. It was three. tened that Le should be ihot in the event of the execution of Salizar, but it bod pot occurred when tho steamer left. Mr. Wheeler, ouriliniater, had interfeied. The last para graph or bis letter to tie commandant or (ho forces of Guatemala and San Salvador at Leon is as follows : "Be assured, sir, that if one hair of Dr. Livineston's bead is injured, or bis life taken, or tbat of any other in nocent Ainirican citizen, your government and that or Gaatemala will feel the force of a Power which, while it respects tbe rights of other nations, will be ready and is able to vindicate its own Honor and the lives and property 01 us citizens. raiiaiuiiy yours. John" 11. WncELia. Resident Minister of United States. Tbe prospects of Nicaragua were never brighter than at this present moment. Tbe young -'Washington of Central America" has more of the "Old Hickory" than any mtn living. Em-craw Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 6 Dewitt and Howlls agricultural implement factory, wss burned yester day. Loss insured lor $HU0ti. Pittsbueo, Sept, C, ncoa. River 13 inches wa ter id the channel, falling Washington, Sept. f) Tbe Union of this morn ing publishes an oflicial order to Governor Gsary, Kansas, directing him to' have tbo muiti.t of the Territory organizid to tho end that they may on Bhort notice be brought into tbe service ot the United States upon the requisition of the com mander. The military department in which Kansas is em braced, for the suppression of all combinations to resist tbe laws of the Uuitcd States, tbat are too powerlul to be suppressed by civil authority, and to maintain public order and civil government in the Territory. Albanv, N. Y , Spp'. 6 The Cleveland express train on ths (Jentral Kailroad ran into a cattle train, near Port Byson, the steam pipes were dis connected and six drovers wpro scalded to death. Three cars in the express train were smashed no person in the express trtin was injured Cincinnati, Sept. C The river has risen four inches and is still rising. Chablfston, Sept. C. The boird of health rer port four deaths of lever in the last twenty-fou- hours. bnARPE s itiFLEs. All sportsmen, who arem want ot a good and reliable gun, especially adapted for large game such 83 Bear, Deer, fin., are invited to call at thestore of Fall Sz Cunningham, No. -17, Public Square, and examine "ShBrpe's Patents port ing Rifle," which in rapidity of firing, accuracy of aim, and length of range is far superior lo any gun ever invented, and unlike any other Patent Gun its construction is so exceedingly simple that it is cot more liable "to get out or order than the common jveuiucKy June. F. & Cjhave also a few shot guns matie on the eame ratent. Nasaville, July 10, 1850. Cm. I'rof. Wood's Hair Restorative. In our ad vertising columns ig to be found an advertisement of this popular restorative. We know nothing of its merits save what we read, but that is sufficient, particularly when we tee uch testimonials of its efficacy as the following which we clip from tbe Ottawa Frit TYaJtr : Having tried unsuccessfully sundry highly recom mended -Hair tonics' on our own ball denuded crown. we hai about lost all confidence in nostrums of tbat sorts until a week ago we met a distinguished politician otthin Slate, whom we bad seen three years ago with thin hairs and oi 'gray as a rat, but now boosting as bne and glossy a head of hair as one could wish. We demanded the se cret ot his improved appearance, when he reidily account. Restorative. We shall try that next. Hock Jliver Demo crat. Holloway's Fills. Wherever cihlization has pene trated, these Pills are in demand. Tbe 'stomach, the lungs, and the intestines, are tbe organs most assailable by disease in all climates, and upon these, the remedial action ot this medicine is rapid, thorough and invariable. Sold at the manufactories, No. 60 Maiden Lane, New York, and No. 2U Strand, Londoa-; and by all druggists, at 25c, 62c, and $1 per box. pnorosALs rou situ for i'lujuc HtJILDlMG. CJEALED proposals will be received by Jesse Thomas, Esa . Survevor. Samnel K. Anderson, Esq- I'ostMosttr. and Jacob ilcGavock, Esq,, UDtil the twenty-fifth day of September next, lor a suitable site icr u oniiding lor tne Mates Courts, and Steam lioat Inspectors, at Nashville, Teen. Corner Lots win ne prererrea, ana none are eligi ble that are less than one hundred feet by one hundred leek JAMES GUTHRIE, sept7 tt Secretary Treasury. ASULYGTOif, D. C, Aug. 29, '17. NEW FALL AND WINTElt GOODS. T AM now receiving my Stock of FALL AND W1NTCR .L GOODS, lo which I invito the attention of ray customers und tho public general)'. Also Scott'a lleport of Fashions forl85G-7. SAM flMUlUxT, aug23 Im 34 College st. I Jfccftre a Good Pit$ ; ii. THOMA,vf Merchant TailorS TWO D00RFR0M CHURCH ST., ON MARKET ST HAS relumed from the North whb his FALL AND WINTER STOCK pf Fjenchnplislvand-Anierican Goods, and is ready to wltfoVhii old customers aad.lbe public generally. wort entrusted to his care will bs executed with neatness and dispatch. Front experience. of years in the business be hopes to giro satisfaction. Ha baa alfo on hand a rich isxnrtn-Mii r FlTtt. 'UlSHlNUGOODSl-' " XeoA-lm. NOTICE. THE rmdersign! have purchased tbe entire interesticf D S Shepherd, deceased, In the-business or Gardner, Sbenberd A 0..tnd will continue thathnsinu unArr ih same style as heretofore. EDWIN S. GARDNER, septS JW HCbUEKIU A. SHEPHERD. GarlBiGr,Sheplierd&Co. WHOLESALE DEALER3 IN Shoes, Hats and Straw GOODS, AT0. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE. KASHILLE. WE have now in store at our Oi.n Stasd, a very large and superior stock or BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, suitable for Winter sales, which we would like to exhibit to Merchants visiting this market, septs -ly GARDNEK, SHEPHERD CO. Bailey's Varieties I ENTIItE CIIAtfKE OF rKOGJtAMME. TUE unprecedented sucepsssof this Troupe his induced the Manager tu give ONE MOItE or their unique en tertainments en TUESDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 9nr, 185C, Consisting cr new Songs, Dances, Farces, and Dissolving Views. XST Doors open at 7 o'clock, p. si. Performances to commence at S. Aduiilttnce 0 cents Children and Ser vanta half price. This Troupe will perform at Spring Hill on Wednesday night, Sopt. 10th, and at Columbia oa Thursday, and Fri day nightsSeptember 11th and 12ih. . repta It Basieiss MR. GOODWIN having returned lrom the East,nhere be availed hiuiselfof oppurlunitcs seldom to be met wilD.begalo announce to tne citizens of Nashville and vicinitr. that be will commence a teriescf icstructions in the polite art of dancing, oh SATURDAY, SEPl'. 13rn, 185C, At 9 o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clock, P. M., at bis Rooms over Mr. Heech's Ory Go-tds Store on College street. Mr. Goodwin in M3 opening this reason will introduce a coarse of Chmic Waltzes, that will surpass, in eisa and elegance, any thing or the kind yet introduced. Tbe gen eral introductoin ot Waltzing in fashionable society has in duced him to study every feature ot its execution, and to" blend tbat elegant ease in moving, tint makes it a pleasure instead of labor. The Misjes'and Masters' Classes in the afternoon are arranged with all tbe advantages that can Ha derived (rem associating together to make ibcni&uccev-fjl debutants in society, and to do away with tbat awkward difli lence which at times make them app-ar rude. It cannot but be a source or pain to parents to see thair children stivop for ward with thoulders out and cbe;l contracted, when it ia known that by these graceful exetci-.es it can beprevented. 57" Terms made known at his Academy. iptil lW- " 15 y Express. VTrEare just in receipt ol a freh supply or the cala VV brated PAN-CAKE, LVONS' TWIST, and FLAT CHEWING TOUACOOS, manufactured especially for us out or the very finest Tobacco, and ia superior to any ever brought to this city, (live it a trial. fept9 LYONS & CO.. No. 1S Cedarst, AD 31 INlSTIt AT O IfS N OTI C K. THE undersigned having administered on tl.e c-taU ot Michael Raefe, deceased, all persons having claims against said 1 stato are notified k preheat their claims dulv -...1 : .- r J auiucmicieu. sept!-2tw. JOHN GLORY. Christmas Dinner. RIPE l'EACIIKS, GUEEN CORN, AND FINE T03IATOES. IF you would bare tho above delicacies in perfection for your Christmas Dinners, put them up iu the SELF SEALING CANS, Manufactured by us, which irivn universal satislafacliop. are very easily inauiged, aa cheap tne cheapest -as good as ice Dest mace 01 reavy sin. very carefully snldered. Those who want them had better make early application, as the demand is at piesent much greater than the supply. wpti MACKENZIE A WILSOM. l$ow Flour. rpHE attention of the ciiiicuH of N'a-hvilli li invited to jl uue in me uiieu trucus oi riuur xmu m trio city, made br J N .t S A 'l'hmiihilL at Tvrco Soiinirs. llaviue been spp'rin'cd siile Apt-lit Jor the Sale ol this Hour in this city. I invite t!nie wlo desire a super mrmrlielc to call at uiy Uakcry, No 7 liiltege street, near the Planters' Rank. Thr price is U-tieveJ to be lower than any such x luur can oc procureu tiaewiierc. septa-tf A. J HUGHES. TO TUE I'll It LIC. II AVING full possession ft my Auction Rooms I am 1 1 ready lo receive oicsi!?ninents. liEXJ. F. SHIELDS, aeptfl tt No. 42 Public Squire. CHANCERY SALE I VALUABLE LAM) AND SLAVES. TN pursuance of an interlocutory decree orto Chancery 4 - 01 ri :n.. .1... - .1 , jl iwu(t. u. ciiciujviiic, iu iub inudu tuerciu pcuaing, wherein Isusc Holt was rMn.dainant and II U Holt and K 31 ryuns, r.iecniors 01 jomon u iioir, andoiners, were defendants, I will (.tTer'for sale on tbe premies on the 23tn DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, The following valuable tracts of land sitcate. lvinir an being in Rich Valley, Bedford county, Tenn.. 4 miles Soutn of ShelbyviIIe, on the Shelby ville and Fayetleville turnpiKe iioan. ana Known as joruon u noun farm, con taining about 300 Acres. On eaid Farm there is agood lincfc Dwelling House, with Kitchens. Smokehouse. Sta- bleu, and a bne Orchard, all under good fence, and two nne springs 01 pure waur, 11 13 cub of the best Farms in Bedford counlv. I will also fell at the name time and place one other i- 1 . 11,.) 1 . . . x-iuiu cnuiaiiijug uufjui ii, auic.iiii urn. me isnu, ly irgadjnininir the above tract cf land, on which there is a gocd Log llnue, wnh all necessary out buildings, and a lineSpriDg Said lands will bo sold nn a credit of one and two j ears, bund and two good securites will be required from tbe purchaser, and a ben retained until the purchas-e u.uuef it, iuiu. And on the same dar and at the same time and place I will offer for Pale three valuabli) slave., to wit: Adam, a lirst rate Ulackmitb, about S'J years of age ; Sam, a very likely fellow, abont S4 or 5 years old, and America about 11 years fid. The Termsof thesale of Ibe slaves will be made known on tbe dar of gale. WILLIAM J. WUITTHOIINE, S?pt9 CtwA3t tw Clerk and Master. T. & W. jSAKSH & Co., Imiiorlers and Wholesale J.calerp ItN DRY CvBS, NASHVILLE, TENN ESS EE. r I III!', larso increase in tb' Drj Goods trade of this place, -a. reiniirescorresiHiiiainii larsu Moots, ana we lace nif as- ure tn ussurloonr customer and the trait" generally, that we nave no.v 111 tiura. one 01 me moil tmeusiyo Fall & Winter Stocks ever nlTered In this marLet, which we will sell t) prompt lime dealers. nr lor usu,at suca prices as will elvo satisiae- tlon.anil enable our Customers totom irt: nuccejifully with merchants purt-nulnInauy otner maraet. OUR STOCK OF Beady-Made Clothini? is also unusually large and attractive. We solicit a call. I.A W.KAItllM (V UU 55" Wobavi" arrangements that will enable us to keen finrrtioeic upiDrouguuui me jeascu. aag-zi jy 1. t vv. u. ci Co. IVew WJioScsale House. ALLEN U. WASHINGTON, ( , . ... , . GEO. G O'HRYAN. f Late with Morgan A Co. CUAS. B. BIlYArf, late of W. II Gordon 4 Cut WASHINGTON!, BRYAN & CO,, 1HP0BTCBS ANU WUOLESaLK UEAEEHS IS LINENS, WHITE HOODS, E.ll HIM ! DERI ES 1JU51KKV, ANU VARIETIES, NO. C5 N. E. CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE, Na'iivili.e, Tksk, (Adjoining theMctbndtut Pnblisbiag Hoiw.) WE invite the attention uf mercnants v isitu.g Nx-li-ville to tbe above card, and infurm them that we' are now opening a LARGE AND DESIRAIH.H STOCK, which will be arranged and ready lor sale about the 20th inst. We have purchased our Stock witu great care and most. Iv for CASH, and havin-r had the benefit of long expe rience in the business, weftel confident tbat we can oB'er superior inducements to any merchant purchasing in this marxet. ang!7 If WASHINGTON. BRYAN A CO. Wheat: Wheat! Wheat! rpUE undersigned will mak eng-igeroenta for Wbeatto JL be delivered in August, if application is made i mine, diately. R. O'KANE. iashvillc Theatre, (LATE ADELPIll.) J. DAVIS, Proprietor. THE manager begs leave to announce tn the public tbat tbe above named placo of amu-'ement will open for tbe regular season, sept. 20tb, 18i. aiid' teraiinale Febuary 20lh, 1S57. At the solicitation of numerous na'roiis. and in accord ance with the customs of Eastern Tnpaires, a very limited number of season tickets will be dimotet of. Terms. Ac, made known upon application to Mr. E. C. Huntley, Treasurer, at McClure'a ilusic Store, Union street, augSUtd. SI1C0ND iOTUi&i EHlEITlOlS . OF THE J TE-iNESSEiE STATE AGRICULTURAL BUREAF, v. jn caHJnscnoK' .with -THEDATTDSON COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL ASSOCIATION AND THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, WILL BE TIELD AT rVASHVILfcE; ON OCTOBER, 13th,- Htu15th, IGtbI " t 17TII, ANDiaTII. .. - Premiums are offered In every department cf" Jgrfcul (nral and Mechanicaf Industry. Pamphlet list of Premiums and Judges, with the Rate and Regulations, may be obtained of the Secretary. ang33-tr. K. G. EASTMAN. Secretary. SPECULATORS AWAKE! Those who would b in season to secure Ticketsin tbe Unrivalled Scheme! , or THS SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY liOttery, TO BE DRAWN AT MONTGOMERY. Ala rSEP. 12,'fS6. Should lose no time, if tbeywish a chance at obtaining any of the following Brilliant Prizai: I Prize or I0 000. 1 Prize oT 25.0O0, . I Prize or 115,000, 1 Prize of 1 10,000, 1 Priz cr tS.OOO, 1 Prizs of $3,000. 1 Prize or $3,C00, WHOLES, 110;' HALVES, 5; QUARTERS, 20. Orders caa be addressed tn S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga. S. S WAN, Montgomery, Ala. or J. Y. UUGGINS, bcdIo tf Box 8. Nashville. J5f" For further particulars see Scheme in another column. TO MERCHANTS. VTTE desire to calf the attention of Merchants visiting VV Nashvilio fur thaimrniwe of Dorrhasins their rail Stock of Goods, tn our very complete and. extensive stock of HARDWARE AND COT1.EKV, GUSS, PISTOLS, Ac We are gralilietl in being afjla ta our to the Trade a most complete and extensive assortment of TAUL.K AND POCIIET CUTLERY, embiacing every variety of style aid uuolilr. which ladailv being locrea'-ed with fresh ar rivals imported direct I rum the principal nranntactnrent in huropu, wQica we are prtpartrJ u leu ai very low figures. Our stock of H.lUDWARt: iu all Ibc varieties U p-ob- nbly more complete andixtnt a to Umu any that hare ever been offered in the Noi-brilK ia. Vtt We also keep a IarzeSt"Ct of Co -.ton. lleir.o ai..l dainlla O'lrda-e uf alt sizes. Dufour's Rehing flu'.li.. Machine lieliiig. Steam Packing and Uo-c. Rivcls ol all kinds, liou. Bras and Copper Wire, Sheet Zinc, l:t.n-L Tiu harming Inple menta. Corn Ssellers. Stnw mlterx. Wh. al 'lbraahers. Page's Patent Portable Saw Mills, Ac, Ac All are invited to eximine oursioec beiore purcnising citewnrre MACEV A HAMILTON', sept7 -17 College ntivet CIRCULAR SAWS AND S.VW .11 ANlllCILU. 4 LAKGK lot of t.'ircuLr Saw and Mandrills of all sizes just lecsivcd by MACKY A HAMILTON. PLAM-ISAND itltAClCS. T U.ST receivtd ibr very large-st assonujeut of i'lanea tf and urucea nud iJitu ecr i.nerr.1 lor ai in iuin- iile MaCKy A HAMILTON. NAUsAiiK t-irrriius A fTEhave iiist receive! a hit of Sus.ige Cutters a VV 8-jp-rn.r nrttclu every haute kern?r should have- one (n-pui ma' r i ii-kuiiiii.i. REMOVAL. IIIBY MOliGAN & CO., HAVE removtd to their NEW STORE. No. 7 Public Square, (South side) where they barn now id Store and open lor exhibition, a large and well asaortM iStoct ol STAPLE AX!) FANCY DltV GOODS. And VAKIETlt-X.to which they mvitrt th-) attention of alerclianK generally We will an uiual otter lo CASH AND PROMPT THIS HUYEK THK STKO.NUEbT rUSiaLE I.NUUtJIi MENTS We have opened a splendid line cf I'ANCY DItlS CDODS, Such as: French printed DeLawes. FreiiEh ' l-ritme, Efegliit DrrM SiIIek. I'i iin and Figured C burghs, Ne" Stile Poplins. French Mencoiand em'd Kobes, 1'iuAfd rtrsirn Ulotba. I'rinfed Cashmeiva, Cluais. Talmas, Mantles and Shawls. A nciUTin'L ia.E or Bonnet KihUms, Ltobncdery au l (luuscings. loiCMund Edgings, (Jl.'lhit. Ctteimeres,ji.ttiEeta. bLikits, t-Ianurls, Tickings, and liiown and Itleichid Muslins. PRINTS. Actc Thnse desiring bargains would do wtJI U look lluough this Stocx We ore buving 1'eatl.eM; Wuul, tiir.seug, Linteys, Jeans, Socks, &e , ic. tUgl7 lltKY JIOKOAN ACQ. Fashionable Millinery aVO 2, COLLEGE STREET. OPPOSITE T11H U.MON HANK, NASHVILLE, TENS MISS P. HARP able Slock ot Openingday TUUliSOAY.SElTEMUEHllia-whan she will be pleased to see herfneodsand the public seot7 lw. T ANfJIIQKNIJ A- .slt.llsl l-.ii oox of j this celebrated che'Jfiug Ti.bacc- received new crop and lor taie . ji cuba. s. tlhiuss. TN'llinO. Twucjici best ju.-t mvived and lor sitebr .....HT Al'lI?l? TC'Llti.U nrj.i. ' ' i ... . i lui.i.n.xi. JAVA COKEEi:.- ji ceived and tor sale by tep!7 Kttis ery G.ieJjiut r M'CftEV A TERRAS3. LACK TEA. Twi case Ibe Bnest ever brought I) lo this inaite-, lor sate low oy Zk M'CREA 3i TERUA3S. sepl7 PREHAIlATlOxS I-qitTHK HAIR. TVTOOllS' Hair Keatorative, all sirs ; ' l.vnn'.i KathaironT Barry's Tricopberotis ; Hi gle's Mvperiuu Flu. J : Mrs. Allen's Hair Keatorer; PoTiades, Crystalinn ; 1'hilocoiLe : Slick Pomitum. Ac, Ac. Juit icwived and for sale V s-)t J STBCrCU & PECK. iiKU-slIkS. FRENCH, English uud Auiericao Han EruihMj Clothu ltrushcs, some very fine; lufants HairBrimhe., large aanmiii; Teeth llrushen, liest (pulity ; Flh Uni JiM nil kinds : Nail Bru.vhcs, of all patterns ; received and fir sale by ,... SrtttfTOU A PECK. hliiVDKlKS. LEATHER DrinkbgCnps; Travelers Conipauioo ; Lamp Wtcx anu tnnuneja ; Candle do ; Lubins Extracts, Powder 1'utl'i, Juj-ibe Paste, and Starch: juat received aad lor silo by gepiS STRETCH A PECK. SENNA I'ICs. A MOST certain and paiitabie remejy lor Constipa tion of tbe liowels and habitu il Curtivenrti Re ceived and for sale by STKETCH X PECK, septti uruggisi corner lyiiiiege ana union Airceu PATEM I' StlObLliER .EA.U SIllltTS. TUciT received a very large sssortment of Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts of the verr latest stvtes. We can now suit every size and usure tbe shirts to I it, and be made belter tttau any otner btylea. teplB J. 11. ilClill.li. "TjXVKRY palteru ot ibd uio.t inodera style, received XU and lor sale by lp'-l J- it.MCUlt.u. NTUL'KSAA'U TICS. TT'VErtY variety Stock and Ntck Ties, plain BUck and XJU runcy colors, received ana lor tale Dr scptR J. u. McGII.U KID, tilhll, Cl.Olll AMI CI,r-JliIM (il.Ul JiS. SUPER1I assortment of ce-oMinable Glnves. received -sale by J. IL McOILlu HALF liOSti 1 ECElVEl) a first rale assortment of seasonable Half V, Hiisv, and fur bale ov J. 11. McQlLL. T6Toitl?DM II1RTS. TOST received a mall invoice or colored Shirta, or ti lwndimo patferns; together witn s variety oi otuer tilings loo numerous to mention, nn inviteail who neeu such goods tu call and examine our Mtock. beptir J- 11. iiciiiiii.. latdies'and Gentlemen's FurnuihingStfre, comer if Square and College slreeL Tennessee Plow Factory S' making Plows or the best material, and iu great va- X riety; wrought iron and steel, rigut ana leu uanu Plows. a. v. Putnam, rropireior. Tnos. Shasp, Manager. aoglS 6m spsyBf AJj3 J ?. s w Ip tfyssss ; NlgWUBLlGATIOiS S. THEEAIOCRATIC tffollNEE. W J t1 lyt. T. BERRY & CO. have just rcceived- THE LIFE AND PDBLIO SERVICUS JAMES BUCHAiVArV, of nsssnvAiiiA, CANDIDATE OF" TUIT DEjIOCRATIC PARTY roa ""Prcslieittf the United States, - ,.T ' . - I5CXCDIKO rat MOST IMPORTANT Ot'HlSaTATEP.APE LmsAsr taiTOR or ths azw Tosx. dat coax. jalyS7 . Rackel aid the New World. W. T. BERRY ; CO. have this dar recsrived --RACHEL AND TDK NEW WORLD; an AccocsT or rnt tour or the fahocs French Actress .THROUGH. THE UNITED STATES AND CUBA, BT M. Beauvallet, One of the "Rachel Corps Dlalatirae.J M. BEAU VALLET gives a mosiaausing ixcoant of tbe FeHr;"i!illiou bunt." froai the start in Paris to thn eon eloaioQ over here. The book is full of ihe most oett aad jm pertinent remarks oa ocr cities and imtitalion. NEW YORK,BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA. 011E OF THE C3CTLXT3. TUlKD PART.. . TUE" IMPERIAL CITY. CUAP. I. Which may give aa Idea fNew Tort CHAP. IL la which one takes lodgings where he caa gstthem. CUAP. I1L In which we treat of certain tfnpleasaa t species cf insect. CHAP. IV. In which tbe Million Hurt begins. CHAP; V. First night ia New York. CHAP, VI. In which Mademoiselle -Rachel comes on the scene, and Jtnay Ltnd also. CHAP. VIL Ia which it is plainly seta the American docs sot bite well at Tragedy. CHAP. fill. Ia which, there- is. more talk about the Swedish Nightingale CUAP. IX. la which WB.doa'tplaysomachas we woold ike. CHAP". X. W hich Is far from being a ltTely on. ijuai . ai. ia wmcn mere is a goou deal said i of tbe Rachel Company? CU AP.XII. Ia which shorie.rerJ and savareaare r-an- tioned CHAP XIII. Which ia scarcely aaytbizg but a letter to R4rr De iteanvoir. CHAP XIV. Ia which tbe exploitation a furicoaly continued. CU&.P. XT., Which coolains tbe History cf tbe Mar seillaise in tbe United States. W. T. II. Ac Co. hare nlo just rcceiretl- TUE Modern Story Teller; OB, The best Stories of the best Authors. lvol ISmo cloth. julylC ' THE nitlTlrttiS OF Ult. JlUIri7i T. KERRY .V CO have just received, complete in twa -vols. .- THE ODOHERTY PAPERS, roRitiNo tux rtsjT PiRTton or Tns-aisctLLANEonj wrhimos qr thc lati DR. illAGIiW. IWrrilA!! ORIGISAt. US1I01R AND COPIOUS .VTE3, BT Br. Shelton Mackenzie. For mora than a quarter ot a ceniurv.ins msstreaxrk Lie magazine, writer ol bis time, was the late William Ms gion. LL.D.rwell known as the Sir Morgan Odoherty ot lllackwood'aMagMUt-.and ostha principal ixctribntor, for many years, lo F'raser'. and other penodiesls. The combineddearniog, wit, eloquence, eccectncity, and hu mor ol Maginn. bad obtained fur bim, long ttS.re bis death, (in 1S13.) the title of Ths Modebx HanuACi Hn magizine articles possesa exlraordirary mo it. He had tbe art ot putting a vast quantity of animal sp.nta upca paper, but bis graver articles which contain round acd serious principles of criticism are earnest tnd well-reasoned. Tbe collection now ia hind will contain bis Faectw , id a variety of language?,) Trans! tieoa. Travesties, -aod Original Poetry, also his prose Tales, which auecn.a-jitiy beautiful, tbo beat -of hi. critical article, iiccauoirg hu celebrated Shakspcare Papers.) and hisUomexjc bJtadi Tho prii Jiada iu which he wrote have been rauiacked, froin rfBbckw'ta;PancV' sod Ibe retail will be a iries of great m ferest Dr. Shelton MacIunzKt, who- has undertaken the editor dhipof these writings of his distinguished coiir.triman, willspare neither labor nor attention io the wirlc Th first vofuma will contain aa original Memoir of Dr.Magtnn, ivri'lea by Dr. Mackenzie, and a chaiactertz.be Portrait, with foe simile. V. T. li. Jr Ci. have also jmt received MAOfN.N'S SUAKSPEARE fAPElW. MAG1NN-S HOMERIC KALLADS. 1 WIT AND WISDOM OF SYDNEY SMITH. RECJ IT la A tt SALE OF GROCERIES, DATIS, PILCHER & CO. Oa Tuesday, Sept. 9th., te will ofl.-r for Rale jn frout of oor Acctioa Kooms, FOR CASn, th following articles, to-wit: 23 Hhd priuie Sugir, liORols ilulxmrs,' 0 do Loat Sugar, 49 do 'ObioRee'd Whis. kr. 23 do Vine 'Metle Urand" loo do Flour, dl Casks Soda; IS Dozes Harry of tbe West Tobacco, 20 do Henry Smith's Tobacco. ISOlljgs Rio Coaie; 25 do Laguira da 10 ilu Pepper, 6 do Spice, 5 do Ginger, 84 Bexas Cl.nt Wint, CO do Palm Soap. 67 da Star Caaoles, Ki do Tallow do S3 dezen Cotton bed cor a a 20,000 Cigars varum brand 100 BdU D C wrap paper, 100 do Med do uo 15000 bsgs Turkei Ialand Salt, With many other articles in the Grocer v linn. Sept t, '6. DAVIS. PILCHER A Co. KALI, STYLE Of GEiYTLE.tf EN'S HATS. AGKEKAHLK with oor unual enstom wn this day Intro dace llieuew atvlsof (ieutlenirnS llaufor the Fall of )?St). In offering this new and elegant Hat to the public, w. li'etlonlreagjest.iaattneues'gn was iiroaht outwi.b due resrard to the enmf.irt and eonventrne. at tbe earer. aiiitiJia qualitr will fully suslala tbeh-'pulnritr th honwi ha, i., tni- .tjoyed. WATEItFIKLIl A WAIKKK TITATKRFIELD U WALKCK'S new jtjlej or Fall Hit v r embrace all thatU new and d.liihiiin .mir.r BLACK. aaOWS, PKAKL. LILAC, with . ,,,il.; color of tleSeaJ,of tne flnetl quality snd mast approved dMivi. ugW WATKRF1ELO WAi.KF.R. I, Allies ICInlnt. a rjiHE Ladies will Bod at WaterOeM & Walker' a beaotl--- -ral assortment OC HMUNO HATfl or ttif Suett q lain? and most approved design?. Al-o, a complete t-toriinent f Hats and Capa lor Boyi and Children. WATERF1ELD A WALKER, Premium Hat Lmpbrmm, aogSO IB Pnblic Square, next to Gowdey's 1500 CASES OF HOOTS, SHOES AND UATS, FOR TJIK FALL TRADE. Robertson & DasMcli. NO.H COLLEGE STREET. N Artll VlLLH Tjrnhve now la SUir a very larte tStock or Hums, Shoes vv and Hals, to which wu wUh in e&ll ii.a . nti., nr Country Mirebanta anil th. pnblle generally, aadwbicbw. will sell low. Our Stock Is mneh hiirer lhaa has ever been uttered by the booa, and wrllseleeted. vv.ieel eontident that merchants laying In llieir Pall and Winter Obiek, will Dud it to tbnr Inl-ieit B fait asdexaniiaa our Stock before. pnrcflaMnc-ettewberv.ind w fledg. our. selvea (ogive general salt.iictlon lo ail who mar lavor as with a call. Our Urtal! Stock has been very carefully- selected, and w. feel no benltancy In uylng that t bow wbo pvreba.e la tbla line, will t pleased upoo an examination of ear Siock. We aik via to call and examine oa ot Ua rfne-t Siirtk in the market. OurMoctof Krogsos fur PlaatailonaM li vary fall and can't be beal. We reicUBlly Invite thePlantrritoiIre ns a call augSt am a NEW AND DES1RAULE ('OOIlN. Snyder &. Frizzeil AKKDowreeeit tagand opening fresh and desirable cooJi ntuble for the city and country trade. cuMimau or Ladies' flue Aid Slipperi, pliln snd trimmed. " wnn been, Kid Front LaeeG.lterv, Kid Side - thick aod thin aotea, " Klack Laatlng Gaiter. " - " " u with heel,, " ConpreM Oaltera, ' Kid Boots, tli let and tbtn SMlei. " 44 44 44 ' t with h I 44 Wmte Kid sod b'atan Sllpp.n. ' . ui.. iiipeii, pioiu ioa fancy. ALSO Children and Misses slwol every descrlLtton. AIO ' Grntlemaru'wrarnf .very deaeriytion. Tbeiratoekof heovygnoili ii fargw and of good quality. In abort, alt persnj wisblnidiodi In t..lr iin.nrnnH u . ibelr latere to rail at No.&j, Public Square. JUW AitlalVAl.. UST received a Iresh aopply or tiity four Baskets or CHARLES HEIDSICK'S nHAUPAinn, In nm and pints. Warranted to be a genuine and superior ar- uc'e- B. ii. SIMPSON, septs 4J Public Square.