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E.O. ZASTKAS", ;?.& DTTBHTNGTOjS, ft G.C. TOKBETT
JOHN C. KRECIQNBIDGE,
saXOORATZO ZUBOTOHAI. TZOSOT,
FOR THW BTATB AT LAKGRsl
WILLIAjM H. POLK, op Maury.
ISHAM G. HARRIS, of Shelby,
No. 1. BAMOKIi POWELL, of Hawkins.
" 2. JAMES W.McHENBY, or Overtoa.
" 8. D. M. KEY, or Htmiltoa.
" . E.L. GARDENHIRE, of White,
" 6. E. A.XEEBLE, of Rutherford.
. JAMES H. THOMAS, of Maury.
" 7. THOMAS J. BROWN, of Giles.
" 8. Q. G, POINDEXTER, or Montgomery:
" 9. J. D. O. ATKINS, or Henry.
" 10. D. M. CURRIN, or Shelby,
SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 11, 1850.
We did not snpposo that one of (lis chief fea
tures of the Fillmore Convention, now in eeeaion
in this city, was to be personal abase and denun
ciation of the editors of this paper. "Wo have no
idea that such was the vrieh or intention of the
more respectable portion of our opponents. Three
or four of the speakers on Thursday night enter
tained the audience, as we are informed, with the
most filthy biliogsgate and vulgar abuse of
the editors of the Union and American. There
ia no necessity for such slang. None but cow
arda and blackguards would resort to it, at the
time and place and in the manner they have
thought proper. If thoy have any personal
grievances to redress, let them present them
selves to us in person and apply their lying and
filthy epithets, and if we do not twitch their nos
trils or spit in their hang-dog countenances, we
shall richly merit the slime they have poured out
against us. What they may say upon the hustings,
here or elsewhere, surrounded by their crowd of
willing listeners, wo shall treat with that indiffer
enco which self-respect and our sense of propriety
THE PROCESSION YESTERDAY
The precession yesterday was counted at most
of the corners as it passed. Wo have been hand
ed four of these counts. The following is the
Women and children in carriages
"Old Jackson democrats,"
Delegations from counties,
We should thick that this meagre show, after
all the effort to make an imposing demonstration
here, would convince the most sanguine know
nothing of the hopelessness of Fillmore's prospects
This was the procession. On the ground
there was, of course, a large number of people ;
from seven to ten thousand, are the estimates of
different persons. We understand that the speak
ing was poor; but as wo heard none of it we trust
to rumor for this.
"OLD JACKSON DEMOCRATS."
A portion of the procession yesterday was do
voted to "old Jackson Democrats." Theyfol
lowed a flag with that inscription. We counted
them and they amounted, all told, to twelve per
sons ! Our friends at a distance, who honor Jack
son, will notice this: that here in Nash ville, nesr
the Hermitage, iu a convention of Middle Ten
nessee know-nothingB, only twelve men calling
ing themselves "Jackson Democrats," could be
induced to join tbo procession.
"The Louisville Journal ia a remarkable pa
per. It footed up a few weeks since, a lorjg list
of conversions from Buchanan to Fillmore.
Among others were nino men living in Talladega
county, Tennessee. There ne var was such a coun-
ty in Tannessao or anything like it. What matter
ed that to the Journal. Nineteen-twcntieths of
its readers will never know any better.
Again. The people of Kentucky, notwithstand
ing their long familiarity with its abolition tenden
cie9, have been greatly shocked with the Journal
in the last week, at its open advocacy of the elec
tion of the black republican candidate for Govern
or in Indiana. Prentice saw that the democratic
candidate was likely to be elected, and fearing that
some of the more respectable Fillmoee men might
hesitate on the day of the election in identifying
themselves with the black republican cause, he has
thrown his influence into the breach to rally the
faltering column. Another point to be secured by
this course was the Fremont vote of Ky., which if
he can bring into the BupportofFiLLMortEas against
Buchanan will greatly increase their chances for
that State. But many of tho more honest Fillmore
men of Kentucky have been shocked at the cor
ruption and are murmuring against it. The editor
attempts to justify himself on the ground that
many democrats have expressed a preference for
Fbemont over Fillmore. Among other things he
"The Knoxvillc Register, one of the mo3t influ
ential Buchanan organs in Tennessee, boldly pro
claims that it would rather see Fremont elected
Who ever heard of the Knoxville Register being
an organ of Buchanan before? There never was
a more violent know-nothing Fillmore journal in
the State. But what cares Prentice? Not one in
a hundred of his subscribers know that,
And yet this paper is countenanced all over the
country; by many quoted as authority ; by some
treasured as their bible.
ggP Our know nothing friends hereabouts
seem to have become impressed with the idea that
Nashville is the. Stale of Tennessee. There was
never a greater error, as they will find out in No
Another old like wmo in the Field. The
Hon. George M. Bibb, Secretary of tho Treasury
duriDg Tyler's administration, delivered a speeca
to his friends and neighbors at Gaithersburg, in
SXontgomery county, Maryland, in favor of Buch
.anan and Breckinridge.
SraL Another. J. C. Bullitt, of Philadelphia,
.known as an influential old line whig, has taken
the stump in favor of Mr. Buchanan. He made a
jnost eloquent and forcible speech, on Wednssday
evening, at Germantown. Friday evening he ad
dressed a large and enthusiatic meeting at Flow
ertown, and on Saturday evening at Branchtown,
in company with Boveral others. Ho meets with
an enttausstic reception everywhere. i
Tee great psperoFto-daytis the letter of the
Hon. Robert J. Walker, to tho' democratic com
mittee of Pittsburg, by whom ho was invited to.
give his 7iews on the present Presidential election
in the event of his inability to attend the mas3
convention recently assembled in tbo valley of the
Ohio. It fills four Columns of- the I) News, -amh
is unquestionably the most powerful ,and conclu
sive argument on behalf of the Constitution and
the Union which" ba9 appeared siccj the opening
of the campaign. Better than any description
which pen can give is the letter itself. I must
therefore beg room for three ehort extracts the
exordium, the ctisis, aud the peroration. It com
mence!: "We are approaching tho clese of a momentous
struggle. On the one side is arrayed the democrat
ic paity. It exsts in every State, and over its
united columns Boats the llae of tha Constitution
and of the Union. On the other side is found a
sectional and geographical party, composed exclu
sively oi inecutesoi tna north. The father of
his country clearly foresaw tho danger of such a
party, and warned his country against its fatal ten
dency, in his affectionate farewell address. But
his solemn appeals and prophetic forebodings are
swept from our memory, amid the wild uproar of
geograpmcai suite ana sectional prejudice. The
immortal Jackson, in his valedictory, warned us
against similar perils, while the eloquent appeals,
and parting admonitions of Clay and Webster, im
plore us to avoid the disasters of such a conflict.
These departed patriots all regarded geographical
parties as sealing tne late ot tne itepublic; but we
seem to think there is no such danger, and that,
unlike all its predecessors, our Government is im
mortal and indestructible.
"For the first time in our history, such a eeb-
graphical party is now formed. It is composed ex
clusively of the States of the North, and is array
ed in violent hostility against the Southern section
of the Confederacy. It draws a line, clear and
distinct, between the North and the South, and
wars upon tne people and institutions of the lat
ter. It declares the institutions of the South so
degraded and infamous that Congress must exclude
tnem lrom all mat vast territory acquired by
common blood and treasure, land which is the
pint inheritance of all the States of the Union.
.Louisiana (including Kansas and Nebraska) was
acquired oy Jenerson and saved by Jackson. Hut
the South are no longer held worthy to inherit any
portion of that territory, acquired by the illustri
ous patriot of Virginia and saved by the immortal
hero of Tennessee."
After a most masterly and conclusive argument
showing the fatal consequences of these geograph
ical party-divisions, he says:
'But this so-called 'Republican' platform is not
only revolutionary and agrarian, but by forming a
sectional and geographical party, arraying the
North against the South Bnd assailing the bulwarks
of the Constitution, it exposes the Union to immi
nent peril. It is the Constitution that makes the
Union, and the subversion of the Constitution is
the overthrow of the Union. It is revolution, be
cause it changes in fact our form of government.
The parchment upon which the Constitution is
written may still remain, the empty forms may
still ba administered, but even these will soon fol
low, until not a fragment remains of the Govern
ment formed by the patriots and sages of the Rev
olution. If there are those who believe that the
Union can long be preserved when the ConstitU'
tion shalj-frave been subverted and the supreme
judicial truncal oi tne union expunged or oolite
rated, their delusive hopes, their dreams of domi
nation and power, will soon vanish. We bavo now
not only a sectional and geographical party, based
upon a sectional issue and realizing all the fears of
the illustrious Washington, but we nave a party
advocating doctrines agrarian and revolutionary,
subjecting all property to division or confiscation,
and expunging tbe supreme judical tribunal 1
indulge in no menaces against the Union : I make
no predictions on a subject of such fearful import.
But this I can say, that the South will not and
ought not submit to degradation : they will not be
despoiled by the North of all rights in the com
mon territory; tney will not surrender their con
etitutional guarantees; they love the Union, but
it is the union of tbe Constitution, the union of
equals with equals, and cot of sovereign State of
tne Worth with subject states say rather, con
quered provinces of the South. Rather than
submit to tlita, they will adopt the last alternative,
Separation, and will then exclaim :
Thy spirit, Indkfixdexcz, let me share,
libra of the Lion heart and Eagle eye,
Thy steps I'll lollow with my bosom bare.
Though rolling clouds should lower along tbe sky.'
"Whether residing North or South, whether in
public or m private lite, my best ettorts nave ever
been devoted to maintain the Constitution aud pre
servo tho Union. A love of our constitutional
Union beats in every pulsation of my heart and is
entwined witb every ligament ot my Irame.
The closing appeal is as follows:
"Come democrats, come whigs, come friends of
tho Union of every party, come to the rescue of
that Union which James Buchanan loves so well,
and to preserve which the patriot statesman of
Pennsylvania has given a long life of devoted ssr
vice. Come my brother, give me your hand; let
us save tne country nrst, ana men settle, at some
future election, the administrative measures about
which we now differ. Come in the name of our
common country, now in the agony of an approach
ing convulsion i wme :n me name ot ms Consti
tution and of the Union, now subjected to immi
nent peril! Come in memory of tbe commingled
blood of tbe North and the South, poured cut on
the battle fields of the Revolution I Come in the
name of the liberties of the world which would
be crushed by the fall of the American Union 1
Come with the larewell warnings of Washington
on your lips, and imprinted on your hearts not in
sectional array of the North against the South
but in the glorious panoply of our whole country,
from North to South, from Last to West I Let the
thirty-one calumns wheel into line, and with the
same inspiring battle-cry, psaling from rank to
rank, re-echoing from State to State, ths Union to
the rescue! let us together march to the polls, as
our fathers did, in the hour of peril, to the music
and flag of the union.
The steamer Tennessee arrived from Nicaragua
yesterday. President Walker's position i3 mere
improved both in military and political respects.
His government seems to be firmly established.
Rives is repudiated even at Leon. A fight had
taken place at San Jacinto with a party of rebels
in which Lieut.oI. Cole, Lieut Milliken and Mr,
Marshall, a volunteer leader, with two others were
shot, and seven wounded. The rebels were en
trenched there, and another attack was about to
be made by artillery when the Tennessee left.
Costa Rica has positively refused to invade Nica
ragua again. A few of the forces of San Salvador
and Guatemala were still at Leon, daily deserting
and dying off at the rate of twenty a day. dpt.
Turley, who with his entire company deserted
Walker's army, turned robbers and had been
killed by tha Indians of Chontales, whom they
had robbed. Ths colonization decree had been
altered and rendered more advantageous to set
tlers. There was a large fleet of British men of
war at San Juan del Norte. Gen. Wnlker had
held his second levee, which was attended by our
Minister, Col. Wheeler. Hon. Pierre Soule had
left Grenada for New Orleans. Now that the dry
season has commenced, Mr. Walker will put his
State affairs all right in a few weeks or months.
The speech of Qen. Pierce at Concord on the
1st, in reply to the welcome given him was repleto
with good taste, oloquence and power. "Not to
you (said he) are men of Massachusetts or of
Ohio any more your countrymen than the men of
Virginia or Tennessee;" and he appealed to them
to adhere unwaveringly to the sublime creed of
"One Union, one Constitution, and one Gcd."
Tnere was a levee at the depot hall at eight o'clock
in the evening, and the President left for bis farm
at Hillsborough this morning.
A new sect has sprung up in the interior of these
northern regions styling itself "Black Republican
Christians." They make political speeches in their
pulpits every evening and their conversions to
Fremontism are announced in Beecher's Indepen
dent as "unprecedented religions awakenings."
In one of these sermons, tbe Rev. Mr. Tafton of
Mara, exclaimed the ether day: "Jf you have but
one dollar tend it not to Kansas, tut to Penntyl'
Our fripnds in Perrnvlta-iia urATonTifirl onffnf.
carrvinz thoStatetelecticni therein Ortnrr
is simply a contest Hherqjetwesn the democrats
and black republicans.-The Fillmore know-noth-inghavenoticket
in the field. They, vote the
black republican ticket to a max Taeir policy in
this is, as stated in; by the Augusta Constitutional
wlsi..,To,endcavcr to,defeat,the democratic party,
in, the State elections.
t2d. If succesiral to induce the 'people of the
South to believe, that Mr, Buceakan isverywealc
3d. In the event of tbe election going into the
House of Representatives', .to have such a cordial
understanding between themselves B3 to secure
the election of Fremont to the Presidency.
If the fusion ticket is successful in October in
Pennsylvania, the Fillmore papers in the South
have already had their course mapped out. The
telegraph reports will herald the news flaming
capitals will announce that "Mr. Buchanan is de
feated in his own State, and every free State is
against him." The rallying cry will be, "unite on
Fillmore! unite on Fillmore! or Fremont will be
These will not ba very satisfactory rallying cries
nor will the people of the South receive them oth
er wis a than with scorn and detestation, when the
patty that makes them foully conspired with the
black republicans of tha free States to cause the
evils which they will so very hypocritically de
plore. Where is the Fillmore party in the free States?
Where were they in the battle in Iowa, or in Maine,
or in Vermont? They were in the camp3 of the
enemy in the ranks of the black republicans,
and as they were banded with our enemies then,
so will they continue.
It is possible that tha election in October in
Pennsylvania may result in favor of the Fillmore
and Fremont fusion there; but that will not weak
en our confidence in the result of the election for
the Presidency in November. Wo feel satisfied,
abundantly satisfied, that Pennsylvania will cast
her twenty-seven electoral votes for Buchanan Bnd
It has become very fashionable of late
with a certain class in this and other slaveholding
States, to call the jealous regard of Democratic
editors for the rights of the South humbug and
stuff, aud as calculated to frighten old women and
weaker men. It is easier to sneer than to frame a
logical reply, and we are not surprised, therefore,
when silly free-soi!er3 resort to this method of an
swering our arguments. But we insist, neverthe
less, that the people of the South have need to be
on their guard against abolition emissaries, many
of whom are in our midsr, and some of whom own
slaves merely as a blind to shield them from sus
picion. As evidencing tbe necessity of the caution we
have urged, we cite a few examples of announce
ments contained in some of our exchanges.
A day or two ago we gave an account of the
expulsion from Alabama and Mississippi of several
Northern incendiaries. Of two more of these
persons, the Sumpter (Ala.) Democrat says :
" We have just learned from a private source
that two men by the name of Piece, Yankee school
teachers in Clark county, Mississippi, have been
detected in attempting to incite the negroes in that
section, to insurrection, in the following bold and
fearless manner. One of these gentlemen had iden
ified himself with the community in which he
lived, by purchasing a saw mill, under which he
had a room, eoconstructed as to enable him to hold
his councils unperceived. It was discovered in a
neighboring swamp that they had also fitted up a
rendezvous, with seats, &c, sufficient to accommo
date three hundred persons, where, according to
the testimony of the negroes, they (tbe negroes)
had assemblies from ten miles square.'1
The Elba (Ala.) Democrat states that five or
more of these pernicious scoundrels were recently
expelled from that place for crimes similar to those
Two pedlars were recently expelled from Che-
raw, South Carolina, on the charge of tampering
with negroes. One of them on his arrival in New
Tcrk to which placa hia passage was paid pub
lished a lachrymose card in the New York Eerald,
in which he stated, with all tho necessary prelim
inaries of injustice, oppression and ire, that he had
been deprived of his property.
A few days ago, the citizens of Livingston, Sum
ter county, Georgia, held a meeting to consider
the case of a man named Samnel Sherwood,
charged with being an abolition incendiary. He
was ordered to leave the State within three days,
A suspected abolitionist has also been arrested at
Columbus, Mississippi, and placed in jail for trial.
The Richmond, Va., Enquirer, commenting on
this stato of facts, says:
u With these evidences of practical interference
with slavery, we are told by semi-abolitionists in
this State that there is no danger that slavery in
the States will be molested, and our intimations
that this is possible are rated as humbug and char
lantry. Tho fact is we cannot hope for belter
things while men are tolerated in a Southern com
munity, who occupy the same position of hostility
to the South which is maintained by every Black
Kepublican at tbe iNorth. let such there are
stalking abroad in the community, who claim ex
emption lrom the punishment lnlucted on incendi
aries, because they happen to reside in Virginia.
Such men are moic to be hated and feared, and de
serve severer punishment tban tho vilest abolition
ist of the North. They are hypocritical pretend
ers, wolves in sheep's clothing, venomous vipers,
who should be crushed without pity."
"It will thus be seen that though the democracy
may he defeated in the State election, with a sen.
arate Fremont and Fillmore electoral ticket in No
vember, Buchanan can carry Pennsylvania by 33,
000 majority. The only question of uncertainty is,
whether the Fremont and Fillmore parties will bs
distinct in November. Ths indications are that
they will not, but will act together upon some svs
tern of fraud and corruption. Union and Ameri
can of Friday.
Upon this the Louis villa Journal says:
"The editor of the Nashville Union, in his paper
of last Friday, says that tho indications are that
Pennsylvania will go against Mr. Buchanan both
in October and November.
And thus the abolition organ at Louisville AD
MITS that the black republicans and know noth
ings will "act together upon some system of fraud
and corruption," the only condition on which we
conceded that Pennsylvania could possibly go
against Mr. Buchanan. Prentice bo doubt feels
happy in having accomplished a union of his party
with the abolitionists after so many years of faith
ful and Jesuitical labor.
UPRISING OP THE MASSES.
The democracy of Rutherford had, on Thursday
last, one of the most enthusiastic aud effective
demonstrations that we have witnessed in many a
day. No one could conscientiously estimate the
crowd present at less than TEN THOUSAND.
This meeting gives glorious guaranty of the true
and deep feeling of patriotism which wells up from
the heart of the Tennessee democracy. Bedford
and Cannon had sent their yoemanry, and they
camo in imposing array. The preparations were am
ple, and of an unusually elegant nature. We think
in fact we have never seen a more elegant and
and substantial barbecue. Fair ladies graced the
occasion with their presence to the number of at
least two thousand. Speeches, which were of the
first order for talent, earnestness and eloquence,
were made by Hons. Jas. H. Thomas, Geo. W
Jone3 and Jas. M. Davidson.
The military companies from Nashville and the
county made a gallant appearance in procession.
,0. w. rviLurg. ;wst. piuox. r. mxox. J. Jiixo.t, jr.
C. W. PHILLIPS & CO.
WILLIAMS, PHILLIPS & QO.,
38 UNION ST, NEW ORLEANS.
ANOTHER OLD LINE WTBG FORiBUClANAS.
Messrs. Editors had a glerious meeting
here to day. The sob shone o'er, an immense,
Uciowd of " fair women and brave men:'' J. Lrr
ton Bcstick; mtda Jris debut as, .a .supporter of
"Buchanan' aiTflhe Union.'1 He is an old line
whig in senUment whig in feeling, and we may
siy whig by inheritance, his family and connex
ion beiog.ttrong.and influential whigs at .least
they were so when such a party existed. Mr.
Bostick made a"Eoit admirable speech. He took
tbe ground that "Fillmt re and hi3 party inthe
North, byperraitticg the ".black republicans to
elect the .members of Congress and the Legis
latures, had placed him in the position, that even
if elected,, he would have no party to sastainJiim.
He Btated that Mr. Buchanan was not only availa
ble, but wa3 a sound; true, Union-loving, national
man, and had the support of a great national party.
His speech caused somo of the know nothings to
grit their teeth; and swear some not that he was
offensive Mn ;his remarks; but that his influence
would be felt in the contest. Speeches were also
made by Mj. Love, Mr.' Wagner, and Mr. Mo
Gavock, and-every thing passed, off well. The
crowd were very enthusiastic, and they pledged
themselves to give a good account at. tho ballot
box in 'November.
EYES RIGHT! EYES LEFT! EYES FRONT!
ATTENTION. Union. Guards. You are
oereoy commantied.to parade, in fall ocuorm,
mis aay, ai ao, o, uroaa Direct, as o o ciocs.
IRA A. STOUT, O. S.
October 11, 1856.
Tennessee State Pair
OPEN8 ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, instant, and
continues open daring the week. Membership and
Exhibition Tickets may be bad in the city at tho office oi
Kobt.Lusk, Esq., and on tbe ground at the Central Stand
of the Ampitheatrs, or TH03. B. JOHNSON,
octll d3t Treasurer.
W AH TED
N active lad, about 12 or 15 years of age.
OClll It. 11. tiltlHJb.VAI s uu.
AT the Fair Grounds on tbe occasion ot the
. recent Convention.' a small calf slin
a good deal used, tied with a leather airing, and coniaining
about $800 in bank notes, and several promissory notes,
and accounts. I will give 50 reward 'tc any oca who
will return it at this or theOuetle office,
octll s F. Q. ROSS.
Looking Glasses. &c
turinz Inside Blinds, and all kinds of Gilt
Works haTe recently added largely to our slock of
ORNAMENTS FOR MIRRORS, &c.
In a word we intend to KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES,
please onr customers and ixdcci them to patronise nous
instead of sending abroad,
octl i-tf W. R. FREEMAN.
Benefit and last appearance of the beaotiraland tal
ented Actress, MISS HORA SHAW, who will appear in
her great character of Camille.
SATURDAYEYENING.OCT.il, 1 855.
Will be presented the admirable Play of
Dance by Miss Mary Partington.
To conclude with the Farce of
A KISS IN THE DARK.
PRICES OF ADMISSION Dress Circle and Par
nnetta7Sc:UDtier Circle 60c: Colored Box 60c; Colored
Gallery 25c; Private Boxes, (exclusive right) $10; Single
Seats, 4o II.
J3P Doors open at 7 o'clock, P. M.; curtain rises
precisely a; ts, f. .
Fall and Winter
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octlO-tf 42 Pnblio Square,
Benj. F. Shield's Commission House.
WAGON ANI HORSE TEAM FOR SALE.
A NEW WAGON, eood harness, and well trained
Xl. Horses, for Bale on good terms, on time It required by
in purcnaser. jorparucoiars cau on a. rirr, ot Uge
field. octlO tf
WHITE AND OPERA KID GLOVES.
TUST received a handsoma lot of White and Light
fj uoiorea lua moves.
oct9 J. H. McGILL.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
JUST received a supply tt best Sole Leather Trunks
and VaUces and a large lot of cheap styles, all for
gale by focl9J J. H. McQILL.
DRESSING ROUES. A few Robes, well wadded,
received and for sale by J. H. McGILL.
UNDERWEAR. We have now a aupurb assort
ment or seasonable underwear. It consists of:
Shaker Flannel, Shaker Knit,
Segovia, Lamb's Wool,
Red Saxony, Arnarian,
Lined Silk, Canton Flannel,
Twilled Cotton, &x, all or which we are sellinjr at
fair rates. foct9 J. H. McGILL.
TRAVELLING SHAWLS AND MUrt'EKS.
A handsome.lot or heavy Travelling Shawls and Muf
lera received and for sale by J. H. McGILL.
SHIRTS AM) COLLARS. Just received another
invoice of best style of Shirts and Collars, at various
prices. ocl9 J. H. McGILL.
COLORED SHIRTS. A small lot of colored Shirts,
fine style, and a good supply of cheap ones.
oct9 J. H. McGILL.
ECK TIES AND STOCK. Just received every
varf flty or Cravats, Ties, and Stocks
del9 " J. H. McGILL.
FurnisblnpStore, corner of Square tad Cplitge street'
WE have now in Store a fine stock of Ik
Pianos. Melodeons, Window Shade?, MhmmHH
Artistg'Matenals. Ac. and are still mannfac-lf II 1 II 1
OPrepoalsforelaSo. a ISZSSSfiJZ
scribed ta printed sdwdoles, walch willl KWion
jfrlngtool&r to contract for any or tilth elsSauned
therein, bv the comBaadaatxeftiiaunr.i .iVVrJ1.
th clauet for the;yard under their command, or bv the Jott
aijntneirot thereto, or by the bureau, for any or altthe
In cue bidders detlre the commandants or navy stents to
send them schedules by mall, tt will be neceaary fa order to
lniBrethlrtraatmljlon,that.tley should enclose in their
application poitsge stamps, at the law rtqatrea all poitara to
Bidders are hereby castloaedand particularly notified that
their offers must be to the form hereinafter prescribed, and
be mailed In time to reach their destination before the time
expires for receiving them; no bid will be considered which
shall be received after the period stated, and no allowance
will be made for failures of the mall.
To guard Sjralnst offers belns; opened before the time ap
pointed, bidders are requested to endorse on the envelope
above the address, and draw t line nnder the endorsement,
thus: "Proposals for Class No. (name the class,)for the Navy
yard at (name the yard.")
To the Chief of the Bnreau of Yards and Socks, Washing
ton, D. C.
FORM OF OFFER.
f Hero date the offer.)
I. (here Insert the name.) off name the town.) In the State
of (name tie State,) hereb offer to famish under jour adver
tisement dated (date of advertisement,) and subject to all the
requirements or the same, and of the printed schedule to
which It refers, all the articles embraced In Class No. (name
tbe dm,) for the navy-yard at (name tho yard J according to
aid lehednlelz: (here paste on the printed class from the
schedule, and opposite each article set the price, and carry
out the amount In the columns for dollars and cents, aud foo
op the aggregate amount of the bid the elm J amounting to
(uere wnw we amount in woras.)
1 nroooio as mv azent. there same the airent. If one Is re
quired ty the schedule) for the supply under the classes mis
cellaneous, by a non-resident of the place of delivery; and
should my offer be accepted, I request the contract may be
prepared and sent to the navy-agent at (name the agency,)
for signatures and certificate.
(nere tne Diaaer to sign nis name.;
FORM OF GUARANTEE.
The underlined (name of euarantor.) of (name the town.)
and State of (name the State Jand (name of second guaran
tors, dec.) hereby undertake that the above named (name the
bidder or bidders) wUl, If his (or their) offer aa above be ac
cepted, enter into contract witn tne unitea states wiuun oi
teendayiattertbe date of notice, through the post oSee, of
the acceptance of his or their offers before mentioned.
tvitneav, 9 (signature oi guarantors.;
I certify that tbe above named (here name the euarantors)
are known to me to be good and responsible guarantors In
To be signed by tha district judge, district attorney, col
lector, navy-agent, or some person known to the bureau to
PORTSMOUTH. N. II.
Class No. 1 Bricks - Class No. 12 Steel
15 Paints, oils, and
16 Ship chandlery
23 Iron castings.
3 Yellow-pine tim
ber t Yellow-pine Um
ber 5 Oak plank
o 'White-pine aud
8 Gravel and sand
11 Iron and nails
Class No. 1 Bricks Class No. 11 Iron.lron spikes
2 Stone and nails
3 Yellow-pin Urn- 12 Steel
ber 14 Files
4 Yellowplnelum- 15 Paints, oils and
5 Oak and bard IS Ship chandlery
wood timber and 17 Hardware
ldmber IS Stationery
C White pine, 20 Hay and straw
spruce, Juniper, 31 Provender
and cypress tim- 22 Charcoal
berandlumber 23 Packlnz
7 Lime and hair 25 Iron castings
9 Gravel and sand
Class No. 1 Bricks Clan So. 1G 9blp chandlery
2 Stone 17 Hardware
3 Yellow-plne IB Stationery
5 Hardwood 29 Hay and straw
6 W hite pi n e , 21 Provender
spruce, &c. 22 Charcoal
7 -Lime, hair, &c. S3 Belting, pack-
8 Cement log, hose,&c.
9 Gravel and eand 25 Iron-work and
11 Iron.lron spikes cnsUngj
and nails 26 Machinery and
12 Steel tools
14 Files 23 Lightning con-
15 Paints, oils, and doctors
glass 29 Diving-bell.
Class No. 1 Bricks Class No. 12 Steel
2 Stone 14 Files
3 Seasoned,ycllow 15 Paints, oil, and
pine lumber glass
4 Seasoned yellow 16 Ship chandlery
pine lumber 1, Hardware
C Oak and hard- 18 Stationery
wood timber 19 Firewood
5 Seasoned white- 20 Hay and straw
?ine timber and 21 Provender
umber 2-2 Charcoal
7 Lime and hair 23 Belting.packlng
9 uravsl and sand ana nose-
10 Tin 26 Machlney.
11 Iron, Iron spikes,
Class No. 1 Clothing Class No.9 Hardware
2 Hats. boots. shoes ID Iroaand nails
Ac. 11 Paints, oil, and
3 Provisions ghvs
4 Groceries 12 Files
5 Dry goods 13 Lumber
6 Bread, t&c. 14 Provender
7 Tobacco IV Firewood
8 Chandlery 1C Charcoal.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Class No. I Bricks Class No. 13 Pig iron
2 Stone 14 Files
3 Yellow-plne tim- 15 PaInts,olIs and
4 Yellowplne lum. 1G Ship chandlery
ber 17 Hardware
C W h I t'o p 1 n e , 18 Stationery
spruce, Juniper, 19 Firewood
and cypress tim- 20 Hay and straw
ber 21 Provender
7 Lime and hair 22 Charcoal
8 Cement 23 Belting.packlng
y .sana ana gravel ana nose
11 Iron, Iron nails
Class So. 1 Bricks Clasa No. 14 Files
2 Stone 15 Paints, oils, and
3 Yellow-plne glass
0 Black walnut 1G Ship chandlery
Doaras iv Hardware-
C White pine 18 Stationery
7 Lime 20 Hay and straw
8 Cement 21 Provender
9 Sand 22 Charcoal
11 Iron, iron spikes 23 Be I ti ng and
ana nans packing
Claia No. 1 Bricks Class No. 14 Files
2 Stone IS Paints, oils, and
j leuow-pineiim- giaas
ber 1G bhlp chandlery
4 Yellow-pine lum- 17 Hardware
ber 18 Stationery
6 Hard. wood tim- 19 Firewood
berandlumber 21 Provender
C Whlte-nlne.lun- 22 Charcoal
iper, and cypress 23 Belting, packing
timber and lum. hose, die.
ber 24 Copper and com
7 ume position nans
9 Cockle shells 29 Iron castings,
11 Iron, iron nails
The schedule will slate the times within which articles will
be reauired to be delivered; and where the printed sehed
olo Is not used, tbe period stated in it for deliveries must be
copied In the bids. All the articles which may be contracted
for must be delivered at such place or places, including dray
age and carting to the place where nsed within the navy
yards, respectively, for wnica the offer Is mad, as may be di
rected by the commanding officer thereof; and, all other
things being equal, preference will be given to .American
manufacture. No article will be received after the exDiration
of tbe period specified in the schedules for the completion of
convenes, unless specially suinonzea oy tne aepannient.
It Is to be provided In the contract, and to be distinctly
understood by the bidders, that the amount and number of
articles enumerated in classes headed "miscellaneous" are
specified as the probable quantity which may be required, as
well as to fix data for determining tho lowest bid; but the
contractor is to furnish more or less of the said enumerated
articles. and In such Quantities, an tat such times, as the bu
reau or commandant may require, such Increase, however,
not to exceeu uue-uuiu ui ma (juaautiea ii&ieu, anu requis.
lUons sent through the post once shall be deemed sufficient
nouce,) during tne cscaiyear ending sutn June, 1856; and
whether the qnantltiea required be more or lcs than those
specinea,tne prices snail remain ine same.
All the article under the contract must be of the best anal
Ity, delivered lc good order, free of all and every charge or
expense, and subject tothe inspeaUoo, count, weight, or mea.
snrementof the said navy-yard, and beln all respects satis
factory to the commandant thereof. Bidders are referred to
the yard for plans, specifications, or samples, and V farther
description oi ui articles, uontractors lor Classes headed
'mlscsllaneous." who do not reside near the niace where tha
articles are to be delivered, will be required to name in their
proposals an agent at uie city or principal piace near tne yara
of delivery, who may be called upon to deliver articles with
out delay when they shall be required.
Approved sureties in the full amount of the contract will
be required, and twenty percentum as additional security de
ducted from each psymentnntll the contract shall bare been
completed or cancelled, unless otherwise authorized by the
department. On classes headed "miscellaneous," to ba de
livered as required during the fiscal year, the twenty per
centum retained may, at tbe discretion of the commandant,
be paid quarterly on the first of Janury, April, July, and Oc-
tooer, wnen tneaeuvenes nave been settsractory. the balance
(eighty percent.) will be paid by the respective navy-agents
within thirty days after the presentation of bills, in triplicate,
duly vouched and approved.
No part of the per centum reserved is to be paid until all
the rejected articiea offered under the contract shall have
been removed from the yard, nnless specially authorized by
It will be stipulated In the centract that if default shall be
madeby the parties of tbe first part In delivering all orany of
the articles mentioned, of tbe quality and at the iliota nd
placesabove provided, then, and in thai cas,tha!d parries
will Iorfeltandpaytothe United States, as liquidated dam
ages, a sum of money equal to twice the amount of the con
tract price herein sgreed upon as the prioa to tbe amount of
the contract price herein agreed upon as the price to be paid
for the articles la case or the actual delivery thereof, which
liquidated damages may be recovered from time to time as
they accrue. . , .
'1 n sureUes mnstslgn the contract, and their responsibili
ty certified to by a navy agent, collector, district attorney, or
some other person satisfactorily known to the bnreau.
It la to be provided in the contract that the bureau shall
have the power of annulling the contract, without loss or
damage to the government, in case Congress shall not hare
made sufficient appropriations forth articles named, or for
the compleUonof the works estimated for, and on which
this' advertisementlsbased.and shall also have the power to
Increase or diminish the quantiUes named In the classes not
headed "miscellaneous" in the schedule tweuty-five per
nt. , ,.
Persons whose offers shall be accepted will be notified by
Utter through the post offlcs, which notice shall be considered
sufficient; and if they do not enter Into contract for the sup.
plies specified wlllln fifteen days from tbe date of notice
from the bureau of acceptance of their bid. acontra-twillba
mad with some other person or persons, and the guarantors
of such defaulting bidder will beheld responsible for all Jo
. AH offers not made In strict eonformltr wilh this adver
tisement wUl, at the opUon of the bureau, bo rejected.
Those only whose offers may be accepted wlU be notified,
and contracts will beready for execution as soon thereafter
as may be practicable.
&ep as lawiw
f AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES,!
H. Si French &fSon.
ON THURSDAY, Ootefeor-Joth, 1358,'we will oSat
public sale, in front of cur Ware house, on tha corner
of Market aud CkristMeJXJhaibllowiMartidesi
IVO bids Sugar, from raifto Prime ;
25 do do, choice ;
200 bags Rio Coffee;
600 bxi Star Candles, wholes, halves and quarters :
00 bxs Tallow Candles;
asses; " ' "
25 do Mackerel;
fjObxaTusblersf; i fSUR "'
200 bxs Flasks, qts,pts. and half pis:
100 do Glass Jars; "
owneams rapptne Paper :
60 boxes Melea Clears';
350 do Cheroot do ; ' - -
100,000 Spanish do;
100 dos Painted Buctaia
1000 kegs Neils, all sizes;
60 dos Brooms;
2000 s Coarse and Fine Salt;
200 boxes Tobacco, various brands ;
10 cases Matches;
" I'M" "J Green Tea ;
800 bbls Whisky .various brands ; tortther with a
fall assortment of fine Liquors or all kinds. Also, Indigo,
Madder, Pepper, Spice, Ginger. Soda, Bed Cords. Black
fcjP..01?"" too nnmeroaa to mention. This
will be the Urgert Bale ever cffjrtd in Taaneasea . Terms
are liberal, and itaftordsarare opportunity for Country
Merchants to replenish their stockaT
Tanva nr Sale All anma n... aaa l . ,,
mmci AUVJ COSH 1 Oil BUUUt
over $200 and under 1 1000, CO days l sums over 1000
uu uuuu c.uvv, v u.jn , iu sums over $ZGQQ 4 months,
for approved endorsed notes payable in one ot tbe city
Banks. H. S. FRENCH & SON.
OCtS td B.
Large and Extensive
OF NEW AND FASHIONABLE, STAPLE
AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, READY
MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, SHOVELS, SPADES, GLASS
VVARE, WRAPPING PAPER, &c, &c,
ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND
The 28th, 29th, and 30th of October.
WE will sell at Auction without reserve, one of the
largest and best assorted stock a of Staple andFoney
Dry Goods, Clothing, Ac, that we have ever offered ta
this market. AH the Goods are new and perfect, of the
best styles and fabrics, and are every way worthy the at
tention of City and Ccuntry Merchants. We respectfully
request those dealing lu any of the above goods to coll
and examine the stock previous to day ot sale. The stock
consists, partly, as follows, viz :
Blue and Brown Beaver Cloths ;
Black and Fancy Cassimeres;
Double Twilled Sattinetts all colors :
Printed do ; various qualities ;
Blue, Brown and Grey Tweeds ;
All Wool Jeans;
J do do ;
Negro Kerseys, all Wool;
do do K do;
do do Cotton;
Super Super Bed Blankets;
Common do do;
Negro . do, all kinds;
Negro Over Coating;
Two thousand pieces of Prints, every kind, quality
and style ;
A large stock of DeLaines ;
A large Line of Merinos.
A good stock of De Beiges and Popeins, in fact every
description of Ladies' Dry Goods.
A magnificent stock of White Goods, Embroideries, 4c.
All Wool Plaid Linzeys r
Wbite, Red and Yellow Flannels, all wool and
Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannels ;
'34 and 10-4 Table Linens:
Irish Linens, from coarsest to finest ;
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, all qualities ;
Linen and Cotton Towel Diapers ;
IV Marseilles Counterpanes.
A well assorted lot of new and fashionable Read v-Made
Clothing; Gent's Linen B. Shirts, Nett Shirts, Fancy
Cravats, Neck Tie3, Suspenders, Gloves, Guantlets, Ac,
60 cases Boots and Shoes ;
75 doz Far, Cassimere and Wool Hats ;
500 setts Knives and Forks, assorted: Trace Chains. Pod
Locks, Saws, Hinges, Files, Drawing Knives, Pocket Cut
lery, apudes, Kouveis, c , sa
1000 pieces Sylvan Mill Cotton ade, Ginghams;
No. 2 Checks, Hickory, Shirtings, Red Tickings ;
20 bales 4-4 and Brown Domestics.
These goods will bo sold regardless of prices, to pay
advances made on them. We earnestly lequest City and
Country Merchants to attend this sale. The goods mutt
and will be sold.
Thus. All sums under $100 cash ; all sums over $100
4 months time, for approved endorsed notes, payable in
Back. A discount of 10 per annum will be allowed on
time bills lor cash. MiiAUur. a uutua.
oct3 rd b. A o.
T ANIiliOUNK .V A 1 t.llSTE A U . 25 boxes of
1 j this celebratad chewing Tobacca received new crop
and for sale. M CUEA A tkkkass.
TNDIGO. Two csjsea best iost received and for sale br
M'CREA A TERRASS.
I AVA CIIFFEH.-4U pockeus very rJne just re
ef ceived and for sole by
septT M'CREA A TERRASS.
"QLACIt TEA. Two cases the finest ever brought
XJ to this market, lor sale low oy
scpTT M'CREA A TERRASS.
EXTRA FAMILY FLUIIJU
XXTR ara in receipt of an extra brand of family Flour,
v v which, we are selling low.
SeptlS . llUltUC AlLtul,
CEDAR IlUCKKTri. loOdoxen Cedar BacieU
manufactured at Murfreesboro, for sale by
mo liimnr ii.icv
ni'UaN COTTON. We Uave a larga lot of Spun
aS fnttnn ft ihm Knat mV fur finltV
sept!3 BUROE A ALLEN.
FINK CHEWING TOBACCO
4 f ( BOXES of Langhorne A Armstead'a celebra-
I WW ted Chewing ToDacco tor sale oy os
seous BURGK A ALLEN
WHEAT. 1 want a tew hundred bushels choice
Wheat, for which I will pay the highest market
price, delivered at my warehouse.
S. N. UOLLINGSWORTH,
oc!9 Corner Church and College streets.
THE Officers ol tho Agricultural Bnreau, the Conatj
Society and Mechanics' Institute will meet at the Fair
Grounds on 'Iucesdat, at '1 a clock:, r. 41.
oct3-td U. J. JONES, Sec'j.
(J IX hundred and twenty barrels Res titled Whisky in
Isj sure ana lor sale or Jimria uukjc j ut.
Who Wants a Home I
DWELLINGS AND BUILDING LOTS FOR
THAT magnificent Brick Dwelling of John Ye it man's,
with 8 or 10 rooms, o j Broad street, West Nashville.
A bargain wtil be given.
2d, An elegant Brick House with 9 rooms, No. 73 North
8d,A new Brick House with 9 rooms, on High street
near uroad, ireelrom taxi -ion.
4th, A magnificent Frame Dwelling with 9 rooms and
6 acres of ground 1 miles from the city, on the Gallatin
5th. An elegant Frame Cottage, with 6 rooms in Putnam's
auuiuuu ui bugeuciu.
Cth, An elegant Brick Dwelling with 8 or 10 rooms, No,
94 Church street, near Spruce.
7th, A desirable Brick House with G rooms, No. 131,
corner of Cherry and lane streets
8tb, A desirable Residecce Lot, fronting 40 feet on
Cherry street, between Church and Broad.
9tb, One Ironting 42 feet on Broad street, between Sum
mer and lligu.
lOtb, A magnificent Building Site, fronting 100 feet on
Broad street, West Nashville.
11th. A beautiful Lot on the corner of Gay and Park
struct, in Watkin'ti unrivalled oddili.n. Three neat
brick dwellings have been erected in Watkin's addition In
the list few weeks. Cull sojn on
J. L A R. W. BROWN,
oct lm iy( Cherry street.
W. K. CORNELIUS;
AOZHT TOR THE SALE CP
FISK'S METALLIC BURIAL CASES,
IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE.
TVJOT WITHSTANDING tha recent Fire, we are still in
xN operat-on, ready and willing to attend on all Funeral
occasions when called on as usual, with everything that
is necessary on sucn occasions. Ulu:e and Wore llooms.
No. 83 Deaderick street, in the houss formerly occuDied
by Oram A Shepberd, where orders maybe left night or
aay. j. w. aiecuMrw,
joiyja fiy w. H. coexsucs.
THE Stockholders of tbo Citizen a Coal Company are re
quested to mike o&vmen to tbe nmennt of thei
tock subscribed wken called on or they will forfeit their
sxount ot stock. G. B. VANNUY,
IIANDbOME RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I AM now offering for sale tbree desirable private resi
dences, within a few minutes walk of the Poblio
Square. One situated on the cornsr of Cedar and Spruce
streets. Lot fronting 42 feet on Cedar and running back
1 32 feet to an alley. Neat Brick bouse containing six good
Th other two tola frantic? Slket each on Soruce
street and running back ISO icettoa 12 foot alley, with
neat two story Brick Houses, containing 9 rooms each. ,
This is very ds3trable property as this portion of the
city is rapidly improving, and this is about the only chance
ro uuy resiaences couveieni hj iu, uiuuioii'" v.
:ity. Terms litem. &vp'j iuu. ... .
P. P. Peck
S now receiving 'lrom the celebrated Manufactory of
choice Cowhes, Bockaways and L-ght Trotting Buggies.
Alo, has constantly on band of bis own baud Baggies es
pecially adapted to country use, at his Ware Rooms on
lower Market street Tofcta-tr
FIVE baes Rio Coffee in store and arriving.
eptl6 JOHNSON, HORSE 4 CO.
Medical T&xt BooksT
W. T, Berry & Co,,
MEDICAL AND LAW BOOK SELLERS,
Beg to lufoxsi the Studeats of the Medical Deportzasnt
or the University of Nashville, that they bare ia storey ia
quantities, ALL THS TEST BOOKS mentioned in the
Asseasceieat far tie oemisg session, viz :
AaATOKT. Siarpej asd Qaaia, Eorser. Wilson.
Psniaux; r. Carpeater, or Kirk aadPaget.
PiTHOiCGr. Gross's Fa'Jscles'-ail Anatomy.
CHxxisrax. Grahaai, Rejraaalt, Fownes, orBiUIiaa.
Mantra ftfreicu. Pereirs, United Slates Diipessatory
Boyle, MitofcsU, or Dsngliaon.
Scisiht. Erichsea, Millar's Principles, Druitt'a Mod
era Surgery, Ferguason'a 8ystaa, or Cooper's Surgieal
OasMTSid. Cawoar, Dewees, Ramibotham, Davis,
Msiga AaaweJI oa Diseasea of Female.
MxDieii JcaisrscLEfca. Taylor, or Beck.
Piucncx or Mxntcnra. Wood, or Watson.
Micboscopio Axsjoht. HsasalI,or Carpsntsr.
W. T. BERRY Sc CO., have also on sale, ia quia
uues, me knowing .impor toat Works In the Virion'
Departments of Medical Sdeace, vix:
Bedford ca the Diseases ot Women aad Children,
Simpson's Obateterio Works.
Chamber's oa DigeatioB and Its Derangements,
Browa oa Surgical Diseases cf Women.
Quoin ob Diseases of tbe Rtcura.
Wright oa Headaches.
Smith and Homer's Anatomical Atlas.
NeUI oa the Arteries, Nerves, Yelns, Ac.
Bennetoa Uterine Pathology.
oa the Uteris.
Neligaa'a Atlas of Cutaneous Diseases.
on the Diseases of Skla.
Walthe oa the Heart and Lungs.
Wilson ca the Skin.
Maddock oa Pulmonary Consumption .
Bennet oa Pulmonary Tuberculosis.
Reese's Medical Lexicon.
Ryan's Obstetrical Remembrancer.
How to Nurse Sick Children.
Pharmacopoeia of the United States.
Coming's Principles ofPhyiioIogy.
Beasley's Druggist Receipt Boole
Headland oa the Action of Medicine.
Carey oa Cod Liver Oil.
Foote's Practionera' Pharmacopoeia.
Rayer oa Diseases of the Skin.
Korean's Practical Midwifery.
Gloge's Pathological Histology.
Blakistoa oa Diseases of the Chest.
Wilson oa Syphilis.
Parker oa Syphilis.
Ycgel's Pathological Anatomy.
Yon Bear's Hand-Bock of Anotcray.
Velpgeoa's Operative Surgery, 4v.
Smith's Operative Surgery.
What to Observe ia Medical Cases.
Carpenter's Miercseopic Anatomy.
Carter oa the Nervous System.
Piper's Operative 8urgery.
Nelaton's Chemical Surgery.
Owen on the Skeleton and Teeth.
Parrish oa Practical Pharmacy.
Kenourd's History of Medicine.
Bernard & Hueti's Operative Surgery.
Ricord sad Hunter on. Venereal.
Rokitansky's Pathological Anatomy.
Smith's Minor Surgery.
William's Principles cf Medicine.
ondClymeron the Respiratory Organs.
Westoa the Os Uteri.
Stanley en tbe Bones.
Spectacles their Uses sad Abases.
Tanner's Clinical Mjdidne. , ,
Taylor on Poisons.
Harris's Dental Surgery.
Dicticrsxy or Dental Surgery.
Jones's Ophthalmia Medicine and Surgery.
Lollemand oa Spermatorrhea.
't London Dissector Dublin do.
La R)che on Yellow Fever.
on Pneumonia sad Malaria.
Lehmonn's Chemical Physiology.
Masses' Anatomical Atlas, 112 pities.
Carpenter's Principles or Comparative Physiology
Cooper's Surgical Dictionary.
Curling on Diseases oT the Testis.
Cyclcpeadia cf Practical Medicine.
Carson's Synopsis or Materia Medics:
Barlow's Practice of Medicine.
Bodenhsmer on Diseases of tbe Rectum.
Gross oa the Urinary Organs.
Hughes on Auscultation aad Percussion.
Griffith's Universal Formulary.
Flint on the Respiratory Organs.
Ellis's Medical Formulary.
Maciise's Surgical A natomy, Ac. Ac, Ac,
A. J. DUNCAN & Co,
NO. 70, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
HAVE now Ij store a very large stock of Staple
and Fancy Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods cf the
latest Styles, which we are sellinf at the lowest prices to
prompt denials, and invite the attention of the trade to a
large line of new style Dress Silks, plain and black and
Fancy Bilks, Alpacca's Ccbergs and Merinos, Scotch,
French and American Plaids. All Wool DeLains, sew
style, French and English Merinos. Flannels, Ac.
We hare a large variety of Dress Goods, sod Child,
reus' Plaids. Also, a large stock of Cloths, Casaimeres and
Vettings,Satinetts, Tweeds, Kerseys, Jeans, Overcoating,
Blankets, Ac , Ac Plaid Linsey, Fancy and Solid Prints,
Bleached and Brown Domestics, Drillings, Ae, Ac.
Our stock is large and well assorted, to which will be
added new goods by every steamer throughout the season.
Tbe advantages we avail ourselves of buying New Sms
Goons at greatly reduced prices as the season sdvsness
will enable us to do business with oar customers and the
trade generally Upon the most farcnble terms.
A. J.DUNCAN A CO.
cc!7 No. 70, Public Square, Nashville.
Boots and Shoes
JOHN RAX AGE, No. 43 College strect.lH
Has jost received
Gent's Call water proof boots,
" thick sole M
" dres boots
" " Congress gaiters, a fine ort'ele,
" " Oxford ana Jersey ties.
With a variety of shoes far mmtfaman nfalmn.fr ...
- J O .-.- K '61 1
TO THE LADIES.
Ladies Italian cloth aad French lasting heeled goiters.
" Thick and thin sole kid bootees with heel,
A variety of ladies fin kirl Tfnnr nl,in..
with or withont heels '
Ldles superior French sad English lasting slinnsrs.
- White kid and satin.
Wllh a comnlita ajwnrtm.nt nf Mi ,klMn..
shoes, of every description.
TRUNKS. VALISES AND CARPET BAGS.
Sunerfor Role Luther Trunks Tmn Pnm. Ttl.b- ruk
er dd. A Irt C T .hmn lm.tit-( tmnV. f ..-,..
- - ' ' . M. " " g . IIH.Bp 1 Tlf , 0 CIV.
Sole leather Ashland valises, a tine article, Black and
unseen rouses: utates aennei Boxes, uarpet Bus, Blase
Leather Traveling Bags. Ac. Oct 6.
THE NASHVILLE AMD CUATTANOtHiA
WILL charge full faro to Noah villa and give a ratnra
Ticket free of charge on the follow jig occasions,
to bold good from the 10th to 22d October :
American Convention to be held In Nashville. 10th and
11th October, 18S6.
Annual State Fairs, from the lath to 18th October. In.
Democratic Convention to be held In Nashville, oa tie
21st October, 185G, H. L ANDERSON,
sept26 dtrwAwtf fiap't N. A C R, R.
McCLURE, BUCtv ds CO.,
(Successors to tbe late firm of Maxcy, McCIors A CcO
TIN, PLATE & SHEET IRON WORKER-),
AT their old stand, So. 25 Market street, Naihvilie,
Tenn., keep constantly oa bond Tin Wars cf every
diseription wholesale and retaiL Also, Tla Plate, Sheet
Copper, Block Tin, Sheet Iron, Sad Irons, Fairbank'a
atform Scales of the most improved pattern.
Wood and Coal Stoves, consisting of Franklin'.
Ten Plate, Seven Plate, Box and Cy lender Stoves. Also
Parlor, Chamber and Office Grates. To all orwbieh they
wooJd respectfully call the aitsation of those wiahinv ti
porchaae. fseptlS Sm.
S. -yvj VtH.
Fair and Comreri-f-.f
A TRAIN Willie .ye the Depot of the Nssirille sad
AA rfcnitamsnarl RnflrrMH forth IV.:. n . .
the time ol the American and Democratic CoavenUoai,
Leave Dpot 9.15, A. M. Lara Fair Grouads 940 A.M
" IIS - ixa
2.05 - ass
" 8.00 " 325
" 845 u
4M . 445 .
; " .15 " " 6.J5 -
FirflisubBTlAMi4a t i i :
rnra niial nil I iiini n , i. H i .. .
parohaje tiekets before getting oa the ears.
ocw S.T.&Q. a. JL ANDERSON, ocp t.
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