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NASHVILLE tISlOK AMD AMERICAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1868.
OH mrier. suitable for wrapping, at the
Union and American office.
Yeatman, Shields & Co., have a forced
auction sale this morning. They will offer
a good line of goods.
Tho National Savings' Company, corner
Union and College streets, does a geneial
.banking bueiness, allows interest on de
posits, buys and sells exchange on New
York, sells drafts on Germany, England
and Ireland, etc
The advertisement of E. I. Golladay,
Trustee and Commissioner, should attract
tho attention of all who wish to purchase
really valuable farming lands in a most de
sirable portion of Middle Tennessee. These
lands are admirably situated, seven miles
east of Lebanon, and are in all respects
desirable. The terms of sale are easy.
A & V. Rannie, 2i Broad street, whole
sale bakers and confectioners, offer unusual
inducements to the city and country trade,
Their stock is complete, and they are de
termined to make it to the interest of the
public to patronize them. Try them
E. II. Miller, No. 9 North College street
offers the very best quality of mattresses of
all description!-, as well as everything in
tbobeddinc line. Give him a call before
Murphy & Bradihaw will sell on Thurs
day 19th inst., commencing at 10 A. si., at
No. SO North Summer street, a first-class
household outfit, including everything lo
be desired by house-keepers. The articles
aro in good condition, and will be sold
without reserve. Go and get bargains.
Crunk, Dodson & Co., have received
fresh invoices of millinery good?, etc.,
which they will offer at private sale for a
few days only.
The Protestant Orphan Asylum have a
The Fannie Brandeis is announced to
leave Nashville for Smithland and Evans
ville, regularly hereafter on Saturday at
12 o'clock. Our old friends, Harrison &
Sons, are agents, and will take pleasure in
Bbipping for the public, or in making
their travel on this packet agreeable.
Milton Cockrill & Co., No's 4S and 50,
South Market street, have in storo a large
lot of bagging at low prices.
Setliff has. all the late foreign and
An item of considerable interest to the
ladies will be the treat auction sale lo-
morrowjby Albert & Secman of china arti
cles, toys, ornaments, etc.
See bankrupt notices.
Hon. A. J. Donelson, accompanied by
his wife, left the city yesterday for Miesis-
Dr. Bob Williams, of Arkansas, arrived
here yesterday, and will spend a few days
in the city.
IT. C. McLanchlia. editor of the Mur-
freesboro Monitor, ono-of the spicest papers
in tho State, dropped in upon us yester
day. Hon. Jacob S. Golladay, member of Con
gress from Kentucky, has been in the city
for several days.
L. E. Donovan, of the United Slates
Treasury Department, is registered at the
Assault with KockN
As Mr. Clay Brooks and hi3 wife, in
company with several other ladies, were
returning home from church Sunday night,
and when they had got beyond Broad street
some unknown persons commenced throw
ing rocks at them. Two of tho ladies
wprp tnrk but not badlv hurt. Mr. Brooks
(W tnlrinir them home returned, but
could not find any trace of them.
Xnabvllle antl CIinttanooRa Itallronil
A chance of schedule has been made on
this road, and hereafter trains will leave
Nashville at 0:45 A. M-, and C r. m., arriv
ing at Nashville' 4:40 a. si., and 3 p. M
Shelbyville accommodation will arrive at
10 A. Ji and leave 3:30 r. si
The 0:45 A. si. train from Nashville does
not run on Sunday.
The different turnpikes leading into the
rb in need of repair. The
countv people who bring marketing to the
city to sell have been complaining a great
deal. They think that after ttiey pay sum
an enormou toll, as they now charge, the
rnsila oncht to be repaired. The County
Commissioner should see to this.
OIKclnl Vole of DnviuWon Coiuilj;.
The following is the official vote of Da
vidson county as returned by Capt. Sher-
dan, Commissioner of Registration, after a
delay of nearly two week?, r-or l'resi
loni SHmmir. 1.-152 : Grant. 4751.! For
Congress, Motley, 703; Garret, 40; Mrr
cer, 791 ; Prosser, 4,239.
John Williams wa arrested yesterday
and taken before Justice Mathews, on a
diarre of assault and battery on Martha
Jone?, colored. The case was compro'
raised, and the parlies went on their way
Justice Thurncck isued a warrant yes
icrdav for the arrest of a negro named
William Trim rbnropil with neriorv. His
case will probably come up to-day.
1'oIU'o Court Iiooin.
There were about twenty delinquents ai
rai'ned before Comm'usiontr Davis yester
day on various charges, drunkenncts being
the principal charge.
ItrllllK.il oil lllliul.
G. A. Ncuffer who was committed to jail
a few days'since on a charge of attempting
tr. bribe .1 iuror in the K-ueral louri, was
released vcstenl.v-, ho having given the
i c. i,:ii vMitninin? the ufcual va
tV fii, ra
riely, is up for to-night, and the patron o
the establishment will enjoy a iari-tm,.
I--.... Irani olio Vlt'O nt Least.
Whatever may be said by the political
opponents of Uea. Frank 1. Blair, there is
t least one vice that he ia free from the
There were sevices last evening at the
rvitnliPilnnd Presbyterian Church. The
meetings will be protracted through tho
Figured Alpaca at 22c a yard at P
Sickles, 17 Union street. oavoK.
Dos'T fail to examine tbe large and
cheap stock of Dry Uoafl. antl Fow at
Urns Kiclihcimcr's, aNo. 40 College rtieet.
Mr. King, publisher of the Nashville
City Directory, has added Clarlville to
the lists of places to bo included in his
AtrACAS, J'oplin?, Merinos at greatly
rednwl prices at S. Sickle,, 17 Union
Tlu-re was a leiseaiariu
Smith Nashville about
S odock J-iwtlay
DOLLAR TILL JAH'Y, 1869.
Persons wishing the Daily Union and yesterday morning between the hours of
American for the balance of this year,
get it. for ONE DOLLAR till January
1869; or NINE DOLLARS till Janu-1
1, 1870 ; or
from now.till Januarv 1, 1870, for FOUR
from now till January, 1870, for TWO
DOLLARS, in clubs of five subscribers or
Now is the best time to subscribe, and
get others to join you.
GONE 1'OB A SOLDIER.
Enlistment and Departure of a IMs-
tlDgutKlicd Tonne Actor,
The justly distinguished (?) literary ge
nius and comic actor, Evelyn Clifton
pretty name for a pretty young fellow who
has been for weeks past electrifying lovers
of the bagatelle drama in this locality by
his astonishing personations of Corolinua
and other light and festive parts, getting
ii-oii nf Xnt.lTfbta and dron-curtains, and
disgusted with the noisy plaudits 0f ad-
.. u ij.j inrut
mmnr inoiizauuis. una wuutiuutw v . . - (
his time and talents in something more
real and substantial. "He has gone for
a soldier" gone off to. Jefferson ville with
a company of the intrepid Forty-fifth.
The white and colored people who pro
fess to be greatly elated over the Presi
dential election, are making preparatisns
for a grand public blow-out or exhibition
of the joyous enthusiasm now swelling
their patriotic souls almost to bursting. A
Republican who has not allowed his victo
rious enthusiasm to get the upper-hand of
his economical ideas, suggeststhat it would
be better to defer tho proposed demonstra
nmSl th Fourth of July. He makes
suggestion in the interest of economy
altogether, as he thinks it would he a great
saving of turpentine and fire-crackeis. me
glorious Fourth has necessarily to be cele
brated on a day fixed by the "course of re
bellious events" in the early history of tne
country, and it seems to bo the idea of at
least one Republican citizen, that a KaUi-
cal triumph can be celebrated at any time
within a year after its achievement. As
an additional reason for the postponement
it is suggested that as the inauguration of
Gen.Grant occurs before tho Fourth of Ju
ly, the party will by that time see precise
ly how much of a triumph it has gained in
the election of that gentleman, and know
"to a gnat's heel" how big or little the re
cognition of the event should he.
A negro bov, apparently about twelve
years old, was committed to Jail by Justice
Dunn, Sunday night, on a charge of ma
licious shooting with intent to kill another
negro boy about tbe same age. It appears
that they had both been gathering walnuts
together and some dispute arose between
them. Vaughn shot the other negro hoy
in the abdomen, inflicting a very serious
wound. They were both armed, Vaughn
having a musket and the other one a pistol.
He will be arraigned before Justice Wil
kinson next Thursday to answer the above
charge. The shooting took place near
Antioch, about nine miles from the city on
the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad.
Arrest of Two Desperate cnarucicr.
Eli and Cage Holmes were arretted Sun
day about sixteen mile3 from town, by
Detectives Funston and htarkey. they
are charged with stealing a gold watch,
shot gun and a horse, from Borne person in
Robertson county, near Springfield. They
were brought here and lodged in jail last
Sunday night. The detectives were tired
at several times by them, and it was not j
until a posse of citizens were summoned,
that the arrest was made. They are said to
be desperate characters. Their uncle
killed a man named Blair during the war
near SpringGeld, and one of them re
marked while he was in jail that he had
shot three men. The one who shot at Mr.
Funston said that he was the only man
that he ever missed. They wero taken to
Springfield yesterday in charge of Messrs.
Funston and Starkey, and lodged in jail, to
await an investigation.
Nxrious conienuciices of tbe Jilglit-
A yopng man, well known in poetical
circles, met with an accident at the St.
Cloud Hotel, on Sunday night, which came
near terminating in a serious affair. There
was a sick man Flopping at the houe, and,
by requeet, the young gent of clasiic senti
e lo his room to set up with
him. In a short time the old man, under
the influence of opiates, was asleep, and
young man followed suit, and slept soundly.
The old gentleman seemed greatly troubled
in mind, and all at once Bprang out of bed,
and taking hold of the young man, pitched
him out of the window, and then awoke,
and was not a little surprised to find the
"comforter of his woes" crouched beneath
the window, and looking very much like
the sicker man of the two. All at or.ee
old man realized the "situation," and fear
ing that he had killed his friend, and
robbed the world of the "coming man" in
the poetical firmament, instantly called for
help. Assistance was rendered the young
man, and after various kinds of restora
tives were applied, he regained h"n eeiiw,
and was all "setting up" again.
Sew jVuslivllle Theater.
The world-renowncd Skiff & Gaylord's
Minstrels commence an engagement at the
New Theater tc-night. Their fame has al
ready preceded them, and liicy will doubt
less have a successful week of it. The At
lanta AW Ertt thui speaks of the troupe:
Skiff iV Uaylord'n Minstrels performed
two nights to full housep, and the perform
ances have given general Batisfaction. In
deed, we have never eeen audiences more
delighted than those we saw at the Broad
ti. .!- ljt nicht and the nicht be
fore The performance by the troupe was
1 1.1 1 f 'P, a
of the most unexcepuuuauie tuannu.
ioke, songs and pantomimes were free from
anything that would offend the taste of the
.,:.i;o.ia l.nlies could attend the
1MUM Idnimiu"- , . ..
performances with propriety, ami iney
attend and were pleased.
Election of l'nbllc rrlnler.
Tho Legislature in convention yester
day morning, elected George E. Grisham,
of the Jonesboro Flg, and Principal Clerk
of the Hoii'e of Representatives, i nunc
Printer. The opposition ticket was an
association, with H. II. Harrison, late can
didate for elector for the State at Large as
spokesman, the former being elected by a
large majority, much to the mortification
and chagrin of the Nashville ring, who
earnestly desired to have a finger in the pic.
Ail rt Tobacco.
Wc siw a gentleman yesterday smoking
an elegant merschaum, with the most fra
grant and delightful tobacco, and we were
sostauck with the exquisite aroma that we
inquired where he procured the weed. He
replied that it wai the celebrated "Fruits
and Flowers" the only t ibacco mi fait to
fmoke. Every first clw tobacco dealer
hi it fur salt'.
Help or We FerUli.
This is what neglected teeth would say if
they, could remon-trate with their owners;
and' mark this, the teeth cannot perish or
become black or yellow if the Sozodont i
uaed daily. i
"Spalding'd Glue" has become a house
Borfflars Again at Worfe.
A residence on Church street was entered
three and foui by burglars. They entered Tho following rule?, as now euoiuu
through a side window by cutting the Judge Trigg, are published for the inform
blind and raising the window. After they ation of counsel and others immediately
had gained an entrance they proceeded to interested:
search the house, commencing first in a J-
room where an old gentleman was sleeping When tho "General Superintendence and
,4 bi trunk into another room, after Jurisdiction" authorized to be exercised by
having administered chloroform, and over-
hauled every thing in it. They took about
27 and some letters out of the trunk. They
then renewed their search lor valuable?.
The next room they visited was occupied
by a young man who was very soundly
sleeping. They administered chloroform
in this room also, and took out of tho
young man's panis aooui szzo. Aiiey
then left the house through a back door.
Mr. John M. Bass' residence on the same
street was also entered probably by the same
thieves. They did not succeed in getting
any thing at this place, as all the doors
were strongly barred.
Tho papers taken out of the old gentle
man's trunk at the other house were
found in Mr. Bass's stable yard.
A burglar was run out of the Stacey
House about one o'clock yesterday morning
bv the nicht clerk. He entered the house
by climbing over th.e back sheds. Nothing
was missed out of the houBc, because the
robber had been driven away before he had
time to steal anything.
I lshlns Trollc Unrter Dlflicnltlcs.
A party of well-known citizens took the
early train on the Louisville and Nashville
..:i,.,i n A.U,t wppIt in bavea dav's
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sport at DismuueB' pond, expecting
n;.mnlrpB' nnml. Pxnect nir of
couiecto return again in the evening, but
after running for a distance of two miler,
they got lo the depot just a few minutes too
late. They had a pretty good string of fish,
and with the load of fishing tackle, etc.,
the walk to Nashville would have been
quite fatiguing, not to say anything of the
Ku-Klux dens between them and homo. It
was now dark and getting quite cool, and
a3 to camping out, that was impoBjible, for
tho frost on the night previous had been
tremendous. A council of war was held,
and finally one of the party advanced an
idea, which was to hunt up a hand-car, and
procure a railroad employee to steam up;
and roll them into town. They succeeded in
finding their man, and by 9 P. si. had ar
rived safe at home. We may add, how-
ever, that chartering the hand-car cost
even, a ten dollar bill, which amount was
forgotten when discussing the merits of
ssveral fine trout which they brought back
Nashville lllulo Society.
The anniversary meeting of the Nash
ville Bible Society was held Sunday Light
at;tho McKendree Church. The yearly re
port of the Secretary was read, giving a
most interesting account of the workings
of the society during tho year past. The
annual address was delivered by Rev. R.
F. Bunting. His subject was "The Eng
lish Bible." It was replete with interest
ing facts, sound instruction, and eloquent
thoughts. This is the last appearance in
our midst of Dr. Bunting, who goes this
week to his new field of labor in Texas,
and who carries with him the warm regrets
at parting, and (he lasting love and respect
of many citiz;ns of Nashville.
The church wa3 crowded to its utmost
capacity. There were a great many who
went away, unable to obtain seats.
A Practical Objection.
Tbe Hon. H. H. Harrison was a candi
date for Public Printer, the election of
which officer was made by the Legislature
yesterdav. A member of the House, who
thought well of Judge Harrison in all oth
er respects, would not vote for him be
cause Judge H. was not a printer. He
said if the Judge was elected he could not
do the work, because he knew nothing
about it. Thinking lhu', the practical
minded man cast his vote for Capt. Gris
ham, and has eince reited quite easy in the
consciousness of having given a practical
turn to a patriotic duty.
Dr. L. L. Coleman was arrested some days
ago upon the charge of being an accessory
to the murder of Mrs. Creig's child, and
was cited to trial yesterday before Justice
Mathews. When the hour arrived, the
Doctor appeared ready to defend himself
from a charge so grave, but there was no
one present to prosecute the case, and not
a particle of proof againet him to be pre-
senled, consequently he was honorably dis-
charged. The Doctor was professionally
enlaced when the child was born, and be-
cause of that fact he was arrested, without
the least proof of criminality on his part.
Upon euch a charge, however, he requires
no defense from those who have intimately
known him during a residence of some
eight years in this city. His character is
The Southern Son.
This magazine for November is laid
upon our tabic. Though late, its fullness
nnrl intprpat msko ui for the delay. It
has a splendid steel engraving of the late
Gen. Robert Hatton, and a brief tribute to
his virtues, by his distinguished friend,
Hon. A. S. Colyar. Its literary and mis
cellaneous contents are excellent, while its
editorial matter and the news from the
Order is of absorbiug interest. It affords
us great pleasure to chronicle the manifest
ability and evidences of prosperity dis
played by this magazine. It is published
in this city by W. H. F. Ligon & Co.
The ca?c of James Hcgan, charged with
stealing a gold watch and $42 from a man
named Gallany about a week since, was
taken up before Esquire Mathews yester
day, but the defendant not being able to
attend, having been idiot by a policeman
for attempting to escapo from his custody,
the case was indefinitely postponed. The
watch w.n found in Hogan'a satchel at the
Sewanee House, but the money has not
been recovered. The defendant ia now
I confined at the City Hospital
We are gratified to learn that ihc inju
ries to Capt. PhillipV little children were
not fatal, as stated on Sunday morning.
Little Bettie, who wassuppoped to bedead,
after some two hours revived, while the
other was found to be more seriously
hurt than was thought. We heard.yester
day that both were much belter, and hop?
are now entertained of their recovery.
A little negro boy was badly burned last
Sunday in the Markethouse. He had
eome phosphorous in his pocket and was
playing wiih some other boy.', and m a
few" moments his pants were smoking, hav
ing been ignited by the phosphorus, and
bv the time he took his clothes off his legs
were very badly burned. The little fellow
suffered great pain for some time.
Larceny or Money.
Martha Bell, colored, was arraigned
before Jintice Mathews yesterday, on a
charge of stealing $52 from a young msn
who does not want his name to appear in
public print. There not being sufficient
proof to convict her she was discharged,
and the prosecution taxed with the coita.
Pedro Castello was also arrested on the
same charge, and was committed to jail for
" Ladies linen handkerchiefs at 25c, at S
Sickles, 17 Union street. nov O-ll.
Rales of Practice "InT tho TJnlted States
the second section of the " act to establish a
uniform system of Bankruptcy throughout
the United States," approved March 2,
1807, is intended to be invoked, the party
so intending, shall file, in the office of the
C'erk of the Circuit Court, a petition veri-
lied by affidavit, setting forth briefly the
facts of the case, and the relief sought ; and
L. .u.u . .i, ,m .;mB Pno,i such sum
mimO of monev as the Clerk shall dsem
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cover the costs: or, in lieu
thereof, the Clerk may, in his discretion,
take an undertaking, which he shall deem
sufficient for that purpose.
The Clerk shall, thereupon, in a book to
be kept for such proceedings, docket the
ca3e and enter an order that the adverse
parly, within a time to be fixed by the or
j .u.ii r.i nn.1 . nf miMi
order with a caption stating the style of
.t ik.i :i K.nVmni abntl I
LilH DUU mat a. o u j.i "K, r hum. ,
thereuDon be served by the Marshal upon
such adverse party.
The Marshal's return of service ehall
he in the following form :
A It. n TV Cir. CL. United States
;,i,iu Di.lrirt nf Tonncaaee. in bankrunt-
. j gervei the order in tbe case, dated
day of , A. D. 18 by (state the
manner of service) E. F. Marshal. Fees,
Upon the filing of the answer the peti
tioner may reply under oath, within a
time to be fixed by the Clerk upon his ap
The counsel of petitions at the time of
mine llii noltlinn shrill filft nlno & brief
. f tfc h f u anJ antuoritie3 in.
(erea(ed lobe replied upon
If the counsel for the adverse party de
sire to submit a brief, he shall file it with
in tho time fixed for tbe filing of the an
The counsel for tho petitioner may sub
mit a closing brief within a time to be fixed
by tho Clerk.
The time fixed by the Clerk, as afore
said, may be enlarged with the written
agreement of the parties, or their counsel,
filed with the Clerk.
When the case is ready to be submitted,
the Clerk shall transmit the papers to the
If either party shall desire to be heard
in oral argument, he shall notify tho other
party and the Circuit Judge, as early as
may be, and therefore the Judge will fix a
time and place for such argument.
When tho decision ofthe Judge is made,
the Clerk shall enter it in the proper book,
and transmit a certified copy to the Dis
Note. These rules are not intending to
affect the right, a3 given by the tcctioi re
ferred to, to file a bill in equity when that
course shall be preferred. In such cases,
these rules will apply as far as applicable)
and such special orders in addition will be
made in each case a? may be deemed pro
per. County Commissioner.
Albert Hawkins, charged' with bastardy,
was released from jail.
The sum of $20 was allowed Mrs il
hite for Bupport of pauper.
President Grant presented the following
order of Judge John Hugh Smith in re
lation to hi3 official bond as Commissioner,
which was ordered to be spread upon the
I have examined again into the suffi
ciency of the above securities and approve
of them. John- Huan Smith, Judge.
The pavement in front or the jail was
ordered to be repaired in accordance with
the corporation laws.
Adjourned until first Monday in Decem
ber. Commissioner's Conrt.
Henry Robertson, larceny of a quilt,
valued at fifty cents; discharged.
Margaret Humphreys, drunk and mak-
ingloud noise on the street; discharged
Esau Humphreys, same offense, dis-
D. II. Reed, drunkennesi on the street ;
$5 and costs.
Arrington Spencer, assault and battery,
and malicious mischief; discharged.
James Duncan, drunkenness ; sent down
for ten days.
King Tucker, drunkenness and using
abusive and obscene language; $5 and
John McQown, assault and battery; dis
charged. Thomas Venable, carrying concealed
weapons ; S5 and costs.
Philip T. Raney alia Charles Williamr,
drunkenness and nsing abusive language;
$5 and costs. Same carrying concealed
weapons ; discharged. Same shooting in
corporate limits ; $o and cos s.
Hanna Dowd, drunkenness and using vul
gar language; sent down for thirty days.
Calvin Underwood, same ofTense; $3
Dubuijpon, drunkennesj on the slreets;
$3 and costs.
Pedro Castillo and Martha Bell, larceny
of Gfiy-two dollars in United States cur
rency ; transferred to Magistrate.
Edmond Burke, assault and battery; costs.
Martha Wilkinson, assaulting with a
brick and abusive language; S3 and costs.
Sallie Puckett, street-walking and lewd
ness; $30 and costs.
Alex. Hemphill filed opposition tobauk-
rnntpy. Discharee overruled and dis-
charge to issue upon payment of balance of
W. F. Cooper is. Preyor and City Coun
cil. Still pending.
Belts vs. Shcppard and Mitchell. Not
Butnett vs. Bickel and Wagstaff. J udg
ment of $700 S2 in fivor of defendant.
J. J. Craig w. Montgomery county. Pie.
withdrawn ; judgment of $1950.
Jo. W. Irby. Discharge in -bankruptcy
refused, an opposition filed.
Win. Allison w. Sanders Scott. J udg-
ment of ?-r)0O.
State is. W. H. Perry, murder, recog
nized in the sum of $5,000, for his appear
ance at the next term.
State rs. John Blakely, colored, and
Jud Siddons, colored, larceny, nolle prot.
Court adjourned until Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock.
The week docket, comprising one hun
dred cases, waB called yesterday. Judg
ments were rendered in thirty-four appeals
from lower courts. Cases that can be
agreed upon will be taken up the remainder
of the week.
Antonio Corrieri, at his fine Fruit store
No. 70, Church street, opposite the Mar
well House, keeps all the choice Fruits of
the season, Nuts, Candies, &c, and is now
receiving a choice lot of Dates, Figs, Or
nnges, and every thing in his line. He
supplies hundreds every day. Give him
CU3IBERLA.HD COUNTY OPERA-TIOSS.
Xcw-Coincrs PoUrlns In.
Cumberland county, in this Stale, ia rap
idly being filled up with strangers from
'he North, and the tide of emigration is
evidently turned toward that rich moun
tainous region. W.W.Powell, a gentle
man well known for his enterprise, and
who has done much in the past to invite
capital and labor to that section, writes to
a friend in this city under date of Cross-
ville, Nov. 10," from which we gather some
important and recent operations He
states in the commencement of his letter
that the Pomona property of Mn iJodge
has been sold to Mr. Edmund B. Hood re-
cently of New York, who has purchased it
with the design of building a town upon
u, anu wuuin a lew uaj-. r. r--r ;
occupied by John
lormeny owueu ami
e i j 1
Croak, lying on the west of tho Pomona
tract has become the property of three men
from Pennsylvania, viz.: Messrs. Houd,
Chandler and Brooks.
Last week, savs the writer, tbe tract lying
between the Pomona land and ray Fancher
tract on each side of tne Dpa -
nurchasea by Mr. JiCKeis, rcucunj
nesota, who has bought it for the purpose
of converting it into a wi"b
This tract pessesses a cluster of springs,
one chalybeate, one sulphur, ana one
common water. The chalybeate is a very
copious fountain, and the water very clear
and cold. Mr. Eckels is maSing arrange
menls to erect a large boarding house as
soon as it is practiable, for the accommo
dation of visitors, so that next Bummer,
some of the good people of Nashville will
have aa opportunity of spending their
time here, if they choose to do so.
We make further extracts from M
Powell's letter, as follows:
Wp nre verr much hindered in the
growth and prosperity of this county from
tho want of sawed timber. Wo nave
brick and lime, but without timber, we
I expect laree acceesions to our numbers
henceforth. A faw have arrived mnce
last wrote to you, and others are known to
be on the way. Now that our election has
passed oil', I think that the minds of the
people will be quieted, and immigrants will
come in from tho North freely. With the
prospect of railroads and quiet, wc shall
With one railroad running through this
county from North to South, and another
from East to West, and with all natural
advantages, to which add the skill, enter
prise and capital which we shall surely
have, I cannot see what is to prevent this
from becoming the belle county of all this
great mountain range. It is destined to
become a place of resort to multitudes who
will come here for health, comfort, plea
sure, and interest.
Two gentlemen from, Indiana arrived
this evening and are favorably impressed.
I have now over one hundred co-laborers
to assist me in the settlement of this
Since writing the above, I have sold a
farm to a L'entleniau from Indiana, of
which he will take possession at latest in
the spring, and his bujing insures several
others. You see that we are making pro
A Man Four Hundred Years Old.
There recently arrived in Cincinnati a
lunatic a scholarly man of about thirty
eight who has been employed as a teacher
in schools. lie has always lived a quiet,
temperate life, and never exhibited any
symptoms of insanity until within a month
past. He converses well and intelligently
on the topics of the day, but soon drifts
away into the past to recount some of the
events which occurred two or three bun
d years ago, and in which, according to
his account, he himself mingled.
lie knew Shakspeare well, he say?, and
was present when he made his first appear
ancein London as an actor. lie speaks of
having once loaned "William" $5, which
he forgot to repay. "But never mind,"
he says, "Billy was a good fellow, and he
wasn't as well fixed as I was.
A gentleman remarked that, if he was
400 years old, he must have been quite a
young man when Columbussailed insearch
of the New World. Oh yes, he remem
bered it well. He was present at a pre.
sentalion of a bosom pin which was made
to Columbus by some of his friends, on the
night previous to his departure. "They
had a gay time," said he, "making speeches
and drinking toasts. Chris, wanted me to
go along with him, but I told him I be
lieved I would wait for the next steamer."
After musing a little time, the 400-year-old
man suddenly remarked : "Ever know
"Lib who?" asked the gentleman ad
dressed. , ,
"Why, Elizabeth, Queen of England.
Great friend of mine. I wa3 the only one
she allowed to call her Lib. Splendid
woman magnificent woman a little
haughty", though, and self-willed. I never
liked the way she used the Qoeen of Scots.
Told her co at the time."
The Macon City Binking Company, C.
A. Nutting, President, and W. T. Goodall,
Cashier, commenced business on Wedues
day with a paid-in capital of $200,000.
The Augusta Chronicle says that the
Georgia Kailroad and Binking Company
have re-organized their banking depart
ment of deposit and discount, under
tbe management of Hon, John P. King,
President, Dr. Joieph Milligan, Cashier,
aad Col. A. Dearing, of Athens, and Capt.
Eugenim King, of Greensboro, as eub
officers. The resources of the company
and the efficiency of Ihe management ill
command public confidence. The bank
will go into operation so toon as the need
ful accommodations are completed.
Klcrtioii of Directors.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders in tho Tennessee Marine and Fire
Insurance Company, held yesterday, the
following directors were elected, to-wit :
Joseph W. Allen, John M. Hill,
C. X. K. Thompson, D. Weaver,
John W. Terrass, W. M. Cooke,
It. B. Cheatham, Dan'l F. Carter,
A. G. Adam, G- W. Hendershott,
N. K. Griffin.
The Directors will hold a meeting to
day to elect officers.
An Unfortiiunto Sinn.
A young man who seems to be a Btranger
in the city had a hard fit yesterday morn
ing 011 the corner of College street and the
Square, in front of Calhoun's jewelry store.
As the attack came upon him he cried out
in such a manner as to attract the attention
of quite a number of persona passing that
point at the lime ; and by some of these he
wa3 prevented from falling upon the pave
ment. Restoratives were promptly ap
plied, and the young man was soon bo far
recovered as to be able to pursue his way.
This popular paper has changed hands,
and we are pleased to see that our former
fellow-citizen, John E. Hatcher, Esq , is
one of tho purchasers. Mr. Hatcher is
well known to the public as a brilliant nnd
pleasing writer, and be will no doubt give
the Democrat a new leae upon the affec
tions of the reading public. We earnestly
wish that he and his associates may be inl
all reripectd eminently successful in the en
terprise upon wnich they have just en
tered. They will certainly deserve it.
Sale or Lois. Those who wish lo pur
chase real estate in Edgefield will have an
opportunity to-day. Besides a large num
ber of lots in Williams' addition, a num
ber of lots suitable for business houses near
the bridge, will be put up to the highest
bidder. The sale will be conducted by An
derson, Johnson & Smith.
Piantinq JTrees. We notice a num
ber of persons juat now planting out shade
trees. Here is a hint on the subject: Dig
the holes deep enough to set the trew to tho
same depth they occupied before they were
taken up, and large enough not to cramp
the roots. Scatter a handful of seed oats
in the bottom and fill in with rich scrapings
from the hollows of the woods. The oats
sprouting in the hole keepi the dirt cool
Sunday ScnooL Books. The Librarian
of the Edgefield Presbyterian Sabbath
School requests the parents of the Sabbath
School children to hunt up and send to tbe
school all the books belonging to the li
brary. There are a great number out, and
the school needs them.
Don't Borh the Leaves. The follow
ing suggestions from an exchange are ap
plicable to Edgefield at the present time :
"We are surprised to see property holders
in various parts of the city raking up the
leaves that have fallen from their shade
trees, and burning them in tho street. It
would be the part of wisdom to gather
them up and spread over their grounds
front and back yards. They would be in
valuable as a fertilizer, besides protecting
the ground from the baleful influence of
frost. This is one ofthe wise provisions of
nature, by which the great foreati of the
Western world aro fertilized, just like the
great prairie3 are fertilized by theluxurian
grasses they produce. Bonfires made of
leaves please the children, but it would be
wise to put them to better use."
Early on Sunday morning last the barn
of Joseph T. Chadwell, five miles south
east of Franklin, Tenn., was set on fire
and its contents, consisting of hay,
forage and broom corn, were wholly con
sumed, valued at $1,200, on which there
was insurance to the amount of $330. It
was evidently the work of an incendiary
Brow was Porrow'd and His
Ills b:ow was furrow'd and hii eyes were dim.
Hi j head was bent as if in pemive thought,
11 is hat was shabby, and no doubt to him
Recurr'd the time when that Fame iut wai
But meditations such as these can't heal
A broken ehapeaux, or a cranium sore,
t r give such ease as only those can feel
Who cet their hits from
WAIN" & WALKER'S storo.
rnrs ami; rmlircllns
Xcw Carpets ! Kcw Carpels ! !
Call and examine tho new stock of Carpetior,
W'nnl nnrt Timsseli. iust received, and arc of
fered very low, by
11EKCH. MAVLOVE CO.,
novlStf . No. CD N. College street.
Jenkin's Stomach Bitters I
NOTICK TO INVALIDS.
All persons suffering from Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion. W5iek Headache. Costireness; all tho
effects of Foyer, Chills. Ague, or any derange
ment of the system, will find in
JEXKIN'S STOMACH BITTEKS
a certain. and most effectual TONIC and IX
YiaOIlATOIt. It is confidently recommended
by some ofthe best physicians, as the BEST
SPECIFIC known for all tho disorders of the
Stomach, and a most effectual preventive for
all MIASMATICAL influences.
Sit is composed of pure and fresh HERBS and
BARKS, and compounded on tho mojt scien
tific principles of medical skill.
The Proprietor holds certificates from several
persons, who have experienced the benefit of
this GREAT STRENGTOENER AND RENO
VATOR of the human system.
For salo respectable Druggists, and by
R. P. JENKINS,
Wholesale Druggist and Importer,
No. S9 North Market street.
novBCm Nashville. Tenn.
Call nnil See the elegant ftock of Fancy
Dress and Staple Drygoods, now being received
by BEECH. MANLOVE 4 CO..
novlS tf So- CO Xorth College street.
The highest market price will be paid in cash
for Ten Thousand flour Barrels, at the
Jackson Mills, South Market street.
nov5-lm JOHN J. McCANN.
Banner and Springfield Register copy.
Vhiteman Bros, pay 5J cents per pound, and
have been paying it lor weeks past.
EltRING BUT NOBLE. SELF HELP FOR
young men who hayo erred, desire a better
manhood. Kent in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. If benefitted return tho postage. Ad
dress, PHILANTUROS.Box P., Philadelphia,
Batchelor'H Hair Dye. Thi splendid
Hair Dye is the best in the world. Tho only
Irm and ftrftct Due harmless, reliable, mstan
taaeous. No disappointment. No ridiculous
tints. Natural black or brown. Remedies the
ill effects of lad Vyi: Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuinois
signed William A. Satchelor. All ethers are
mcro imitation?, and should be avoided. Sold
by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar
clay street. New York. apr29 ly.
Extra ftpeclnl Nolleo. Beware of Coun
terfeits! Smith's Tonio Syrup has been coun
terfeited, and the counterfeiter brought to grief.
suiTn'a toxic sTacr.
The genuino article must have Dr. John
Bull's privato stamp on each bottle. Dr. John
Bull only has the right to manufacture and cell
the original John Smith's Tonio Syrup, of Lou
ij ville, Kentucky. Examine well tho label on
each bottle. If my privato stamp is not on the
bottlo, do not purchase, or you will be deceived.
See my column advertisement, and my show
card. I wilj prosecute anyone infringing on
my right. The genuino Smith'a Tonic Syrup
can bo prepared only by myself.
The publio'a servant,
Locisville. Ky. tf
Property Holders should never bo
without a Fire Policy in the old, well
tried, and Reliable State Insurance
Company of Nashville.
We have one or two good job presses for
sale, which can be had at at a bargain, by
application at the office of the Union Ann
J. LUMSDEN & CO.,
WANorinruEisa iso Mima 1
No. 23 3. MARKET STREET. So. a
NATIONAL SAVINGS' CO.
T.S.MARB, Pre L.a.TARBOX.Cash.
Deposits received. Loans negotiated.
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
Collections made, and a .General Banking
Easiness transacted- oct!6 tf
FINANCE AM TRADE.
CNITBD BTATI3 AH9 OTCIU 8ECCEITIE3.
5-205. 1st series. 103
5-2)3, 2d ! cries
6-3)6, 3d cne3...-
5-208, New Issue-
" Coupon ..."....- .-
r.nmri!U Noshvlllo It. H. Stock
" TaxReco'pU 20
Nsuhvilla & Chattanooza. R. R. Stock 24
Nashvillo and Chattanooza R. R. Bondj....64
Memphis and Charleston R. K- Stock
Planters' iianK siock
Union Bank block
Nashvillo Corporation Checks
Bonds ( ld).
Sonth Naihyillo Street It. K. Stock ,25
Suspension Bridco Stock.-. 100
Davfdson County Coupons-... 95
Co. Bonds issued Louisville R.R 82
" " " other roads 71
Montgomery County Bonds. 55
Kast Tennessee and Virginia R.R. indors'J CO
DOMESTIC ASO TOBEIOX EXCHAKQX.
Oa New York.
...JS 75 per pound.
0 75 "
. 162 per thaler.
60 " guildor
On London and Liyerpool-
IVe have made arrangemenos to supply bur
customers with Reyenue Stamps at the follow
ing low rates, discount payable in stamps, vlx :
On purchases under $20 .Par
Oa purchases of $211 or more2 per cent, dis
Oa purchases of tio or noro3K " "
On purchases of 8100 or more3?f
On purchases of 8200 or morolVi
On purchases of &500 or morelji
On purchase! of $1000 or more-4 "
All orders must boaccompaniod by tho money
or check for tho amount. Stamps will be sent
by mail or express, as directed-
40s. War of 1812 $X
80j. War of 1812 90
120s. War of 1812-
120s, not War of 1312
160s, War of 1S12
160s. not War of 1S12.-
Bank of Tennessee, old
Union Bank par
Union Bank Cert's par
B'k of Chattanooga. 06
People's Bank. 50
Planters' and Mo
ehanica Bank 20
Stato Bank 03
Southwestern R. R- 23
Union Bank . 80
Sank of Mobile P0
B'k of Montgomery, 50
Bank of Selma 15
Central Bank 1)2
Commercial Bank 06
Eastern Bank 50
Northern Bank ZO
Southern Bank 90
Central R. R. B'k- 95
Banking O) 95
B'k ofM id. Georgia. 90
Marine Bank 95
Bank of Commerce, par
Banc or Knoxviue, oa
Brink of Memphis So
B'k of Middle Tenn. 95
Bank of Pari3 par
Bank ofthe Union, par
B'k of West Tenn-30
Buck's Bank. par
City Bank to
Commercial Bank 25
Merchants' Bank par
Northern Bank. par
Southern Bank 10
Traders' Bank .par
Bank of Augusta 70
Augusta Insurance- 01
iiila & ueneral In
surance Co-. 10
llanKot uoiumcus ia
Bank of Commerce. 05
Bank ofthe Empire
Bank of Athens. 50
Bank of Fulton 40
Bank or Savannah, 50
Bank ofthe State of
City B'k of Augusta. 42
Farmers' and Me
chanics' Bank OS
Mechanics' Bank 01
Merchants' 4 Plant
ers' Bank fa
Planters' Bank IS
Union Bank 5
Bank of Camden. 30
Bank of Charleston, 30
Bank of Chester 03
Bankol Uoorpetown OS
Bang or Hamburg- is
Bank of Newberry 25
Bank of tho Stato of
South Carolina 20
Commercial Bank 01
Exchange Bank - 07
Farmers' and Ex
change Bank 01
Merchant' Bank 05
Planters' Bank of
There vvas les3 stringency ia the money
market yesterday, and a corresponding ad
vance in gold and atccks. The following
are the quotation! of gold in New York
Opened at 1353, wai 13og at 10:20, 135
at 11, 130 at 12:25, 13C at 3,130?- at 2:0o,
136iat 2:30, 13G at 3, and closed at 135 J
at 4:30. The rates here were 135 bnying,
and 13C1 selling.
Government securities were quoted in
New York yesterday as follows
U. S- Cs of '51 -
5-21)3 1st series --
5-203 2d series
5-2l) 3d series
5-203 new issue, 'iVi
5-20s new issue, '67 '
5-203 new issue, '63. ..
London advices of ycsterdiy quote
United States 5-20j at 73.
Exchange on New York waa taken If
the banks yesterday at J disccunt, and sold
by them at par.
Tennessee bonds were quoted in New
York yesterday at 70lc for the old, and
691c for the new.
Nashville corporation checks are dull,
and in but little demand. Dialeri ate of
fering to buy at 7578c, and to sell at
The sales of Southern State bonds at the
New York Stock Exchange on the 12ih
inst. were a3 follows:
$10,000 Tennessee fo. now j&'i
6.000 do . old. .0
7.000 North Carolina &). old 55..
29.000 do new - t;s
5.000 do 2dc.
5.010 Virginia Cs old. 2d c
$ C.000 Tennessee Cs. new
5.000 .Virginia 6s. new,
10.000 Missouri Cs -
.. - S9!i
Tne pales on the 13th were as follows:
$ 5,0(0 Tennessee Gs. now - 69
3.000 do new 6S'-4
15.000 do bete -Gofe
10.000 do 2d c
5,000 North Carolina 6s new 64'
10,000 do bt c Wi
The New York Journal of Commerce of
the afternoon of the 13lh inst. sajs : "The
money market is working comparatively
easy, but there appears to be a little anxiety
on the part of speculative dealers for the
future, based upon rumors of a renewed
combination to lock up fundi in sufficient
amount to increase the difficulty ot borrow
ers to effect negotiations, and olhf rwwc to
exerciec an unfavorable influence upon this
class of transaction. At present, call
loans are readily obtained upon the best
collaterals at 7 per cent, in currency, which
is the prevailing rate."
Nashville, Monday, Nov. 10.
Cottos. The maiket lo day opened
quiet, and cloied with more inquiry and a
better feeling on the part ot lactorf. v o
heard of sales of good style low middling
at 19Ac, and one small lot at lOfo which
was above the market. We quote
Good Ordinary ....
The receipts of tho day amounted to 20S
bales, with sales of 143 and shipments of
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMKNT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, ISSS
Stock on hand - -
Bacon. We quote: Clear siiles at 181r;
shoulders 1414 ; country hams 17 and
13 ; choice sugar-cured canvased hams
2122; plain canyased 18.
Lakd Continues to decline. We quote
in tierce 17c; in kegs and can? 1819c.
Flour. We quote as follows: Super
fine $C; extra superfine S77 50; tingle
extra SS(2)8 50; double extra $99 50;
treble exlra S1010 50; family 10 50
Sll; extra family S1111 50; hncy 512
Cotton Yarns. We continue to quote
500s at 20c, CCOi at 18, 700j at 10a.
Raos. Whiteman.Bros. are paying 5'c
Featiikrs. Prime readily command
67ic. ' .
Peanuts Sales of 100 bmbels white at
ClTESTNUTS. Sales to-day at $4 per
D21ED Fiott. Eeceipta. of 20,000 lbs ,
with sales at 7c for apples aad SJc fo
Wmsnr-Rectified proof at SI 30
1 40; Robertson county SI 902 50.
Powdek Blasting $3 506; Rifle
Soap Common bar79cper lb. ; fancy
Wheat. Sales to-day of 600 bushels
red at $1 CO.
Corn. Sales of 1000 bushels in ear at
Tobacco. Common, unsound, 3558c;
sound 6070c; bright S"051; light
pressed $1 ; feurteens 6580e.
SUGAR. The week closes at a small de
cline as follows :-Demarara 15i15;
Porto Rico 1314Jc; Cuba 13; stand
ard hards 171c; A Coffee 10ic; B do. 16c;
C extra do. lojc.
Molasse3 ani Siruf3 Have declined
a fraction. We quote for common to
Coffee Rio, common to strictly choice
2124Jc; Java 3340c; Laguyra 27c
Salt Seven bushel barrels by the car
load $4; five do. $3 20.
Fish Wo quote mackerel as follows
No. 1 per half bbl. SU ; No. 2 do $9 7o
10. Ne. 3 do $3 50 ; No. 1 in kits $3 ; No.
2 do $2 75; No. 3 do $2 50.
Ricn. For best Carolina, wc quote at
Hoiiisy Wc quote at 34c per lb.
, Candles. Market firm at the following
quotations: Star, light weight ISc per lb.;
summer mould 55 50 per box.
Cheese Market well supplied. Wo
quote Western Reserve ISc per lb; factory
Sardines. We quote for quarter boxes
20c per box by the case.
Naiis. We quote for 10d'a$3 25 per
keg, and 25c for each diminishing grade.
Hides. We quote dry flint at 20c; dry
salt 15c; green salt lie; green 10c
Wool Washed 37c; unwashed 20c.
Brooms No. 1 per dozen $3 50 ; No. 2
$2 75 ; No. 3, $2 50.
Rope We quote at 12J13c
Bagoixg Kentucky Hemp 24c doz.;
Ward 23c; Green Leaf 25c; Flax 252Gc.
-Patent per bag $3 25 ; Buck
Ir.ox. Tennesseecommon bar SJc; Ken
tucky do ojc; Tennessee hand 1010ic
Kentucky do 77$c
Beeswax We continue to quote at 36c
Giksexg We quote at 80c.
TIIC COTTON JIAKKETS.
Mobile-, Xov. 14.
Cotton market quiet; sales 856 bales; middlings
22'A; receipts 162) balei; eiports nono.
Savanuab, Nov. 11.
Cotton very irregular; holders aakingSSc.buy-
a offering 22J& fales 50J bale, on a basis o.
fhnrleslon. Sov. 14.
Cotton easier, but mere active; sales "CO bales;
receipts 1M0; middlings 22Je; exports coastwise
Ansustn, On., 3for. 14.
Cotton market easier, sacls 510 bales; receipts
510 bales: middlings 21!.
Jlncon, Oa., Nov. 13.
Tho market cpened this morning w; th a better
feeliag. and-salea wero made at 'Ac Letter prices
thon prevailed yesterday; but under the in
fluence of the afternoon dispatches, reporting a
decline in Liverpool, prices declined, and the
market closed dull at Slo for middling.
CulnmbUN, Gn., 3'uv. 4.
There was not much animation in the market,
and raiddlm; was quoted at 21,'o nominal.
Atlnntn, On., aor 14.
To-day being Siturday, there was little cotton
in bo wagon. The market clef ed firm at
f r middlings.
SIciuf.lilg, Xov. 14.
Inquiry was very light and at lower rat , and
in order to effect sales factors wero obliged to
make concessions nf HK on yesterday's prices:
but tho market generally exhibited firmness un
til evening, when weak spots became more cu
merous in conseauence ot further deereKion in
the tenor of New York odvices, ono dispatch
quoting middling at 23&2i and another at 21.
buch sales as transpired daring the day were at
21JJ22 for middling and 21K213i for low mid-
.Hint?, nnd rtrobahlv did not exceed 700 bIes.
The market closed very dull, but there teemed
to be no pressure to sell, notwithstanding there
was, on the part of some, an apparent anxiety
to realize; on the contrary, the general teelinc
was one of confidence in an early reaetion.
Cincinnati, Xov. 13.
There is not much activity in the market, hut
there is a little firmer feeling, witbeut change
in prices- n e quote ordirary at l5Vwe, gooa
ordinary at2jJSc. low middling at 2121Xc and
middling at 229 per lb
lAnlHvIllo, Xov. II-
At the regular auction sals to-day the offer
ings were not largo, and bids were accepted on
only 21 biles, and factors quote loir middling 20,
good ordinary 1919K. ordinary !S'4lS?ic.
Clinrlestou, Xov. 13.
Cors Continues dull and prices remain with
out important change. We quote nominally
large lots of old at SI (81 12 V bushel, weight,
bags included, and SI 15I IS t bushel, in
small parcels. New corn is selling in a limited
way at about SI V bushel, weight.
Iloce. This articloisinfairsupply of North
ern and Western qualities, and which are in fair
demand at about the rates of last week say lor
Northern and Western super S7 75 V bbl.; fam
ily $9 75 V- bbl. Southern descriptions are in
limited stock, and are held at9 S 2539 10 V bbl.
for super., $1075911 25 for extra, and $11 7513
tor family to extra family.
Bacox Is inmoderatestock, aud there is some
disposition to stiffen prices. 1'rime shoulders
are held at 14K15e lb., with sales during the
week at lliic; and prime clear sides at 1S19c ?
lb. The demand, honever. continues extreme"
ly limited, and tho transactions are in a retail
Savannali. Xov. 13.
Bicos. Tho market has improved, and the
stock is much reduced. Holders are firm. We
quote shoulders at UIsM5Je. rib sides at 17
1 iKc. and clear ribbed at lS418Kc Hams are
in large stock at 10ltSc according to quality
Breakfast bacon is quiet, with a downward ten
dency, at 1920c.
LtnD. The market has ruled very quiet in
Trices firm. Womakonochango in prices. We
quote 21 .2c for prime leaf; pressed Cli:; ex
tra ranging 23c.
Flocb. Thechan&o in prices this week has
been very slight, if any at all, and for the better
The stock on the market is large, and the de
mand light, but increasing- The feeling in
Northern brands is better. Wo quoto Northern
superfine So 509; extra $ 11, and family and
fancy $1212 50. Good Ueorgia and Tennessee
brands are in fair demand at $10 5311 50 for
superfine. $12 13 for extra, nnd S12 5813 to for
family and fancy.
Onus. The stock of Georgia and Tennessee
old corn is small and demand light. New corn
is coming in very slowly, and in small lots: de
mand light. Wo quoto lroin depot 9U1 05; from
store at 31 151 20. Oats havo nat advanced
since our last report. We quote from Depot 90
SX In large lots; from storo 9531.
Hat. the stuck of hay in market, though
still large, is being slowly diminished. Large
quantises arriving would causo a decline in
prices. Wo hear ot'no wharf sales. From store,
liastcrn $1 451 0J. but littlo being sold at the
latter figures; Northern about 15c less.
LiQcoas. Tho market has been exceedingly
dull and heavy, without any chango in price;
stock is good- l'arties are holding off on ac
count of the present unsettled state of tho mar
ket. Several iNorthern dhtillerics have closed
on account of the ramification of the revenue
law. The demand for city consumption very
light. The stock is good, and prices unchanged.
Ales aro in btttor demand.
Livr.ufiHiL, Nov. Iti Cotton quidtand prues
uncliacgoit: uplands iu?4i; urieans nu
I.0ND0.N. Jiov. hi tvening. ConsoU 94,.
Pum-rnn. Xov. 1C V. S. Bonds 7SK.
Liverpool. Nov. 10, 3 i: M.-'otton closed
quiet; middling uplands lW.VSlfrXd; Orleans
lu;'Ild; sales 19.1U0 bales.
Xew Turk Jloiiej- ISarket
NewYoek, N'ovta. jor 10. Money easy Call
loans 07. Ste ling weak at 8! y. Oold VLH.
NowTenncs3co3W;2(9iU. ico stock txenango
haa been the fceno of tho wildest excitement,
nnil piiccs f railro-W shares fluctuated wildly.
Xfiv York Mnrkct.
New York. November 10. Cotton firm: sales
2 (h upland? -Ti- huperlino Hour Sj7059j.
U'hijkv miiet. S uMtl 07. lliee auiet: Carolina
SK'asj'a. Coffee quiet aed unchanged. Sugar
nominal. Molas'es dull aod unchanged. Corn
31 HK! iV-i. U heat quiet; spring St tVtl 65
Xow York rtrygooili .llarkel.
New York. Nov. 10. Standard sheetings 15
air. Printing cloibs i'iHi'A- Brown cuius
17J-: Atnoskeag or Central and Lancaster prints
15; ttichmond and Sprague's 12, .Merrimac ll
andCocheeo 13' .. Cottunadcs . Muslins un
Cintiisati. Nov. lo. Family Hour -i" SOS
'5. Wheat SI 75. Corn and oati uochangel.
Cutton. middlings 52c. Whisky 51. fori: iluii,
$21 50.21 75. Green meats VA, 10 and 12 Hams
14X15e. Bulk shoulders 13c. Mutter uwic.
Sugar W frlb'i. Coffee 21Si.
St. I.oiiIh Market.
St. Lor is. Nov. 1". Tobacco, nothing duing.
Superfine Hour SI 50ft5 50 Wheat Si
Corn 6770V. Oats 4S5.'. Pork Sli oO. Balk
sides ll. Baconl clear siJs If; shoulders 14?i
(14 Lard l'9U.
T Ylt rjVtt T r nr. lit Tobacco scarce and
firin:commonsto fair leif f'W V?Li2a,2
r,.,i:n.nanr3 (5 50. W heat St 60ft 1 0.
Corn. new. O05oc. Buld oats hie. Kyojjt 25.
Mcsf pork S24 50. Bacon, (houlders 134; clear
ribbed Unclear sides 18Ke. New lard lDc.
Hogs 7a7'-J gross. IVhUkySl.
Sew Orlenii JlnrKet.
New OniF.iss. Nov. 18. Cotton middling
advanced to advanco m cold nnil sterling x
nv..r,,... .9!i nt lifeZ): sales tilOO bale.: re
ceipts s'ince Saturday, 1613; exnoru 5316. Gold
13$SJ3I3r. Sterling exchange unsettled. Su-
rar declining; receipts increasing; commons
air ltt yellow clanfled 11J. Molissoj de
clining; prtmo i2J$; cnoice n1,
RIYER ASH TFEATIIEB.
Tyrone, Cairo. .,
Katy Morrison, Upper Cumberl'cd.
LEAVING TUB DAY.
Tyrone Cairo, 4 r. sr.
The river at this point waa rising pretty
fast yesterday, with 4 feet 9 inched on the
Bhoals. Weather cloody, and at thia time
of writing, 10 P. at, raining, with indica
tions of turning cold.
The Tyrone arrived yesterday morning
from Cairo with a good passenger trip, but
very little freight.
The Robert Moore, from Cincinnati, is
expected to arrive to-day.
The Katy Morrison got in from the up
per Cumberland, with 500 bag) wheat.
The Tyrone clears for Cairo to-day at 4
P. Jr., and will sign for cotton by the Blue
Line, and also receipt for hills of lading to
all points on tbe Ohio and Mississippi
rivers. The popular commander, Captain
Tom. Ilarmon, will be found on deck, wi.h
Capt. Wash Weaver and Aleck Hard la
, A general convention of the eteannoa'
men will bz held in St: Louis today, ta
take into consideration matters of imp r
tance. Nashville will be represented I t
Capls. Owen W. Davis ami Wm. Harmr-n
t The Robert Moore has about 200 f c3
freight, and among the items U lha m-
chinery complele for a Bew flaming m..J
The Canielia, from Pittsburg, is expect d
to-morrow or nest day. She is loadci
down, and amongt her cargo h 2000 kr-i
of nails from Wheeling.
The New Orleans Pkfem of the 11 h
The levee this morning presented qii'.j
an animated picture, aad recalled, ia a
measure, the palmy days of yore. A large
number of Bteamers ,were loading and ur
loading, and the levee, as far a3 theej.
could reach, was blockaded with produc i
of tbe South and West. We advise th -
.who are inclined to despond, or are a '
uiclea to the blue?, to take a morning 1
along our levee.
The St. Louis Bentoerai of Sursla-
As anticipated, the river was fill.
rapidly jeterday. It fell about two fee,
The pilots will enjoy nine feet at Hal
Island, but a very limited space of time,
Ileace to Keokuk, there is a fur stac "
water. The Illinois olTera to tbe Pcom
packets four and a half feet water, but firra
(Naples down, there is much rrore. The
lower Missouri is pretty well up, tut tr
0 far up as Kansas City. Iloovr t..
"Vaughn of that citv, advise the Miami
Packet Company as follows jei erJar
I "Three feet to St. Joseph; three and a La.'.
feet to Islington. Above bioux Cty,
there is twentv-four inches water with tl.-
stick, and bttow, thirty-six inches. It ,-.:rt;
again slightly at Dubuque. The Ohio n
Business on tbe wharf can hardly Le
be called brisk. .The Meamers emp'iyei
are busy enough, but their cumber is La
ited. The Northern Line Packet Daven
port leaves tj-day, and will go throuj'. t j
DivenporL It is learned that there is c '
ficient water for her So pam over the Idw-t
The Dubuque Ibtwld nays :
The season of navigation is Tr ... r
drawing to a cfow, more from the wa : o"
business than from the advent of winter
The PitUtwrg Cmmmtrtial of Sitcrdiy
The present risa in the Allegheny Las
produced qnite a movement am.rg cial
boatmen. Aetivily was the orJer c. . (1.3
day. The amount to go forwarl is r. .
large, as follow: Cincinnati, S05.0G0 L"L-
els; Louisville, 270,000 kisht-I-'; O:
loans, 100.000-bushed: Total, 1.173.CCD
bushels, lithe nvfr keeps up, other bT.M
will get ready.
The f jllowing items are froi the Lzz.
ville Courier-Journal of yesterday;
The John Lumsden, Captain Davih' r.tw
boat for th Cumberland river tr.ir,
launched from the ehip-yard of Mc:t:
Stewart & Bjrroone, was towed over to z
city wharf to be completed. Sae is a
neat, etaunch craft, l&l feet in length,
feet in width, and a depth of hold cf r'
feet The machinery will be buill ly
Billings, Waymsn & Co., aod the cabin t 7
Hippie & Co.
Tne St. Franci, Capt. Bowman's new
boat, just finished at tiis wharf, will l;avc
for her destination the S. Frr.ncis river
Capt. Bowman, the owner of the Me.i:s
Harnbleton, recently sunk near the m;-'J:
of St. Francis river, who is at present i:j
the city,- received a telegram Sa'.ari!?
night, stating that the Mollic Ilaralle!.:a
had been raised by the Underwriters, acC
was on her way to Cairo to eo on the dock.n
FIRE. MARINE. HULL AND INI AM
TraBsportatkm IHsfci taken at c
Otfics Ooeond National Bank Hu
t& Lo-e fairly arreted and I
JOHN LUMSDEN. President
II. S. FRBNCII, Vice President
JOSEPH NASH, Secretary.
ReSnkr Weekly Smithlard ati
THE FINE STEAMER Tunny
nr:nte:H. Capt. HixaT Mtt .
LRB, Master, KlTT Bcdd. Clerk. willc S
leave Nashville KVKKV SATLltDA. a: i
o'clock noon, making positivo and elo"oracr
tionsatKvanivillewith regular Lf ui.7t..3 cr .
Cincinnati Packet, innriug peedy a-d r:.
able transfer of freights to above :.-' r
ders for l're ght rulicittd. and reaS-at!..J
Kf.r freinht or p"age anply or boar.l.rrtJ
HAKK1SON Jc SON, Agcnf.
novl If Xo. 45 and 46 iront tr:t
For t'nlro. SI. Louis, JlempliK nnil
THE FINE PASSENGKIi STEAM
x crTjrroiip, Tnu lUautx, Mas
ter. W. Weaver. Clerk, will leave ai
abore on TULSl;A. tbe 17th, i.-ista . a 4
o'eloek r st " t
Far freight or parsage apply i n ! ar J
W.M. HO I'.
41 aB'l 42 Front Kr:
orW A. PEKHLL-.
novl5-2t HARRISON A SO'J
WITHOUT A KITAI.I
TIIE DIXIE FAIDIEIi,
An Illustrated Weekly Taper.
Devoted to tli
Farm, the Garden, and tlis
la resusBift evkrt thcbpat at
Columbia and Xashvllle, Tenn.
TERMS-SS A YEAH. IN ADVANCE
Thi Duta Fahwir U tbe ouly Weekly Agri -:
tural paper in Teeneseee.er in th enti'o V
and is ociusl to the best. Address.
n u.n r Kit sinioi.sos,
my9 tf Columbia. Tcr.a.
COOPER, HAILE k CO.,
roE THE sui or
COTTON', DIUEI) FRUITS, PEAS I T
AND PRODI CE (JEIEUALI.Y,
NO. 43 VINE STKEKT. CINCINNATI. 01H -
Liberal advance made upon coc ignmc-
The TSnS7)iw doth for 75c a yard fepabtu
atIlcl7Unionetrect. nov5-tf hold T70"l