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NASHVILLE UNION 1KD iEBJCAN, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 186S.
WKDXESUAT, SfOVBMlSEU 18, I8CS.
Old paper, Buitable for wrapping, at the
Union and Americas office.
The Nashville Savings Company, corner
Union and College strcetf, is Eclling ex
changeon Xew York at par and gold
checks on New York at best rates.
Delay not, is the advice given by V. D.
I Kline who has just opened a few choice
Toilet eels, which he is offering at unprc.
cedenledly low prices. Don't wait till the
holidays are upon you, but go now and
make your selections.
Albert & Seeman commence their larje
trade sale of fancy goods and toys to-day.
Merchants, attend and provide for the holi
day. Jacob Thein sells the usual varieties of
trade goods to-day.
The ladies of Edgefield give a supper on
Friday night for- the benefit of Hobson
Chapel, which will be a treat that every
body ought to enjoy. 3
JJSee advertisement of great sale of Gov
ernment property, to take place at Ash
Barracks on Tuesday, 24th inat.
A. J. Duncan has sold his stock in the
Tennessee Coal and Railroad Company,
and A. S. Coljar will again assume the
active management of the affair, with J. C.
Warner, as Secretary and Treasurer.
Dr. Cobb, the well known dentist, has
returned to the city. Officj 73 Church
The Katie Morrison goet up the river
to-day at 12 o'clock.
""The A. Baker goes below to-morrow at
4 p. M.
The Dickens 1
AUC AitALIll-j J Mil i-J
The Charles Dickon, yon say !
The genuine Charles Dickens, you say !
The genuine Charles Dickens cigar, you
eay, can only Lc had at Kline's drugitore.
How the Dickens can lie afford to sell
them so low? Why, they are eqaal to a
pure Havana, and yet so cheap. Yon'lf
play the Dickens, if you don't buy a box.
Messrs. W. T. Berry & Co. have Lip
pincott'd Magazine, the Atlantic Monthly,
and Our Yosng Folks for December.
Singleton, at the I'ostoffics, has Godej'
Lady's Book and Peterson's Magazine fo:
December, Harper's Bazar, and the Ws
Tliore Is Hoiic Tel.
The Union anii American desires ti
express its erateful acknowledgements ti
its generous and intelligent readers. When
ils price was reduced, it was not without
some faint mtscivins, but the re?ult 1
justified the step, and we now have, not
onlv to tender thanks to our old and new
Tennessee patrons, lmt to a great number
in the contiguous States. e do so with
the proud consciouMusj that our efforts t
make a newspaper that furnisher the latei
and best news, and a miscellany coverin
the current events of the time?, without the
prurient and often immoral sensational
ism, which is becoming too apparent ir
papers that live for the hour, is duly ap
' predated. This fact indicate? to us that
there is still a saving amount of virtue and
virtuous sentiment pervadiDg the mawea
of the people, to save fociety and the coun
try from the perdition which has threat
ened and still threatens them. Fur from
belupving ourselves perfect, we still strive
daily to make ourselvta and oar paper bet
ter, and the vast increase of our patronage
atiafie3 in that our efforts arc cot without
Again heartily thanking our friends fur
their generous appreciation of our t iiort-",
we call attention to onr proportion printed
in another column, to fnrnhh the Union
and American, to clubs of five or more
till January 1S70 for tbeaubscription price
for one year, ourSemi- eekly and eckly
editions, and the Daily foMhe same time
for nine dollars. We do not mean to flag
in the good work, and hope our friends
will continue their efforts in behalf of an
enterprise which has enlisted eo much of
their good opinion and active sympathy.
We had the pleasure of a visit yesterday
from Mr. Brower of the Memphis
Gen. John C Brown and Judge T. M.
Jonw, of Pulaski, were in the city yes
terdav. fVil Sum Tats nml (ien. A. M. West of
Memphis, are stopping at the St. Cloud.
W. II. Scwsrd and Gen. I-inck U. S A
arc also resislered at the St. Cloud.
Hon. J. D. Richardson and lady of
Murfrecsboro, were in the city yesterday. t
Tho remains of Father J. F. O'Ncil, jr.,
who died in Baltimore la.t week, were
taken to Locust Grove, G. , hi former res
i deuce, for interment.
The train on tho Xashville and North
western railroad due here at 0:25 A. it.
yestcrdav, di not arrive until 12 o'clock.
The delay was ' caused by the caving in cf
a ticslle work between Camden and John-
tonville. The tnin rj"lnB 10 Hickman
was tlso delayed several hours by the arci-
Milir.V tinylonl' JIWihlreN.
This troupe of minstrels opened at the
New Theater last night to a full houe, and
the character of the performance was euib
as to please all. Tho troupe is one of the
verv best that has ever visited this city,
and dt-serving of just euch audiences as
assembled last evening.
Antonio t'orrieri, at his fine Fruit rti.re
No. 70, Church street, opposite the Max
well House, keeps all the choice b'xuits of
the season, Nuts, ('anditx, Av., and is uow
' receiving a choice lot of lKitex, Figi, Or
anges, and very thing iu hi tine lie
supplies hundreds every day. Ciive him
Wc neglected to mention yeeardaj tl.at
Harry Robinson had been te tr.gigw!, and
was delighting the jttlrob" of the ertab
lishment with hi comicalities. TuejuU:i
tainraenl now presented i of a Ligh oidcr
of merit, and those wh. attend ni. be
Luclnda iicruggs, colored, was urraigued
before Enquire Pohl yesiersay, oa a cherge
of larciny, in scaling some clothing. She
was committed to jail to await a further
Figured Alpaca at 22c a yaid at .$
Sicklce, 17 Union street. r.ov 5 tt.
Don't fail to examine the large and
cheap slock of Drv Goods and Furs ut
Chas JtichhcimerV, No. -10 College Hircet.
Tetany Murray was up before- K-quire
Wilkinson yesterday, on a charge of draw
ing a pistol and threatening to aboot
soother woman. She was let off with the
Alpacas, Poplins, Merinos at pres
leduced prices at S. Sicklec, 17 Un
Thexo are thirty -five prisoners catifmnl
in the county of which nnmher about
half arc colored. Two colored women are
Atiuoil Crushed to Death.
A man named McGuire, employed as
car greaser on the Nashville & Chatta
nooga railroad, was run over yesterday by
cDgine No. 28, used as the switch engine.
He was under the - car greasing one of the
wheels, when the engine backed down
upon him, running over his legs and
shoulders, crushing him nearly to death.
His wounds are considered serious and he
will not probably recover. He was con
veyed to his home in West Nashville, near
the Penitentiary, and was carefully at
tended to. The accident occurred between
four and five o'clock yesterday afternoon.
When"he was picked up lis breath seemed
to be extinct. His body was covered with
blood, having received several bruises. Mr.
McGuire is a hard-working man, always
attentive to business. He h married and
was doing well before this sad calamity
A Carpet-Hair Orcan Grinds Out Its
Last Note nud Quits.
An afternoon paper devoted to the prin
ciples of black and red republicanism,
which has been published here for the past
few months seemingly in the interests of
carpet-bag gentry in Bearch of or retention
of official station, has suddenly ceased to
exist. Oa Monday evening last, this high
sounding organ of modern republicanism
made its final appearance sounded its
farewell note majestically caved in qui
etly submitted to the inexorable logic of
events and gracefully bade the world good
bye. The world, we hope, will be able to
stand the distressing ewnt with praise
worthy complacency, notwithstanding the
untimely loss of so much 'delicious melody.
Oa Cherry "street yesterday morning, op
po.iite the Maxwell Hou3e, a young man
named Boyd had an altercation with an
other man named Woolf,lin regard to the
removal of some fixtures in a store be
longing to the father of the former. They
finally came to blows, when Mr. Rosen
heim, the next door neighbor, came out to
separate the combatanU. At this juncture
of the affair. Wm. L. Boyd, r., father of
the young man, drew a pistol, when a po
liceman arrived, and prevented further
difficulty, by arreting the Messrs. Boyd
and Mr. Woolf.
The residence of Mr. Joseph Duprf-z, on
North Market street, was robbed Monday
night about eleven o'clock cf $100, and a
large quantity of china and silver ware,
two albums and one rocking chair. Mr.
Duprez was absent at the time the robbery
was committed. The money was concealed
in a wooden box, which leaves the im
presiion that whoever committed the rob
bery was well acquainted with the house,
A colored woman named Caroline Hall, in
the employ of Mr. Duprez, was arrested
yesterday on suspicion by Detective Bar-
more and taken before Justice Thurneck.
She was sent to jil in default of 51,000
security for her appearance to-day at two
An exciting runaway took place on
Cedsr street, near the Capitol yesterday
morning. A hone attached to an old
shabby looking buggy, occupied by a boy,
took fright and ran down Cedar to the
corner of Spruce, when the shaft'" broke
and brought tho buggy to a halt. The
horse kept on down the street, but was
stopped before he had gone a great di3
tance. The little boy wa3 thrown out of
the bugg7 but wa not injured whatever.
The horse was hitched to the vehitle and
the littlo fellow jumped into it :nd drove
off si if nothing had over happened
It being understood that Col. Beaumoi.t,
Chief of the Mrtropolitan Police at Mem
phis, is about to resign that position, thpre
is no lack cf candidates to fill the expected
vacancy. The election is to be made by
the Legislature, and will probably occur
in a short time. Several candidates for
the office arrived in this city yesterday,
and are moving around quite lively among
tho "assembled wisdom."
I.IinoU Oil Mr.iiiiinciory.
We leirn that our enterprising towns
men, J. F. 0'Sbaughnesy & Co., will
shortly commence the erection of a mill
with a view of manufacturing Linpeed
Oil on an extensivo scale. We have not
yet understood where the mill is lo te
RclvuHCd on Uouil.
Frank Vaughn, colored, tfho was com
milled to iail Sundrv. on a charce cf
maliciotu shooting with intent to kill, was
released by Justice Wilkineon yesterday,
sufficient security having been given for
his appearance to-day.
Hound Over to Keep tlio Pence.
Ed Miller was arraigned before 'Squire
Pohl yesterday, on a peace warrant,
sworn out by Frtd Cramer. He was bound
over lo keep the pface for twelve consecu
Jlnllroacl Hblpnieut lo Now rltu.
One hundred and twenly-lhree bales of
cotton were ehipped yesterday lo New
Orl.ana u'a the Nashville & Decatur
railroad, at S-l 60 per bale.
Ttmpy Murray, drawing a pistol and
threatening top.hoot; tracsferredto Eiqniie
Evan Humphries, drunkenness and ly
ing on tho street ; fined S3 and costs
A. Walpool.drunkennesss on the etreet ;
fined So and costs.
J. W. Palton, luercliiudizing without
LucimU Scrugg-", lancny of tiotli'iG-r ;
coutiiitud until to-morrow.
IVdPt'Hl Court. -
Jo ph E- Thompson w. Brien, I.tdlx tter
& Co., judgment for plaintiff.
Blackmail, l'aiker & Grey u. J. W. Ed
ward.', judgment for S032 31.
McFerrin & C'u,e. A. J. Mt-Kium u,
Nothing of interest transpired yester
day. Oae little case involving a mole, was
In a shipment of cotton made yesterday
over the Louisville & Nashville railroad,
there wan a hale that weighed 755 pound').
Iu thf same lot wa one halo of C35, and
another of &. Pretty good iz?d la!cs
of the Maple.
.Vcu Kadlcnl Paper.
It U understood that Col. George E.
Grisham, the Public Printer elect, will
shortly commeoce the publication of a
new liadical paper in this city.
Ladies linen handkerchiefs at 23e, at S
Sickle?, 17 Union street. oov 5-tl.
Jluro Itrotim Corn Milppcd North.
Me-.rs. McCtm A Co., ye'terday made
another shipment of broom corn, raised
in Williamson county to New York.
The btet Empress cloth for 75c a yard
S. Sickles, 17 Union street, r.ov 5-lf
FiOUBED Alpaca at 22Jc a yaid at S
Ickkf, 17 Union street nov5-tf.
DEATH BT ASSASSINATION. .
kflic Mnrdcrer ITnlinoun.
Our readers will remember that some
ten days or two weeks since we mentioned
the circumstance of a man named William
Smith, while returning to his home in
Dogtown, on the Murfreesboro pike, being
etabbed by a negro. Mr. Smith died night
before last from the effect of the wound re
ceived, and Coroner Nor veil yeaterday held
an inquest over his remains, the verdict of
the jury being that ho died from the stabs
received, inflicted by the hands of some
JAIX DEIiIVEKY AT CXAKUSVMXE.
Seven Negroes. SInUe Their Escnpc.
I'ivc Since Itccnptnrcd.
On Monday morning last, at 10 o'clock,
eeven negroes confined in the jail at Clarks
ville, made their escape. They opened both
the inner and outer doora without breaking
the locks, and there are strong suspicions
that the locks were left open by the jailor.
Five of the number were afterwards recap
tured. Capt, Jim Welsh, of the city po
lice, while attempting to recapture one cf
them, was shot in the hand. He then shot
the negro in the leg and succeeded in cap
turing him. Capt. Welsh is highly ap
plauded for his enegy and bravery in mak
ing these arrest?, and is spoken of as an
Tlic Accident on tho Nnslivlllc N.W.
To the Editors of tho Union and American.
Waverly, Humphreys Co., Nov. 13.
I notice in to-day's Union and American
an account of the fatal accident which oc
curred on the Nashville & Northwestern
Kail road, a few days since, which resulted
in the death of Mr. Richardson, a brakes
man, and wounding a little boy.
The little boy alluded to was the son of
the gallant and lamented Col. Thomas
Alonzo Napier, who fell at Parker's Cross
Roads, on the 31st day of December, 1SC2,
while fearlessly leading his regiment in a
desperate charge against the Ninth Wis
His little son wore the same name, and
wa one of the most promising and spright
ly little boys in the .country. He was the"
universal favorite of almost every one, on
account of his sprightliness and the many
heroic deeds of his gallant father.
He and his mother were en route to Cam
den, Tennessee, !o attend the burial of a
relative, when the sad misfortune occurred
His right leg was terribly crushed, result
ing in his death five hours after the acci
dent. The community sympathize with his
mother and relatives in their sad bereav
ment. Very respectfully,
W. W. Honus.
A Truthful Description.
S.me of our citizens who were in the
habit of attending churclTduring the war
probably remember a military parson of
the rip-snorting, fire and brim-stone clas?,
named Col. Granville Mocdy, who came
here in command of an Ohio regiment.
He used, when hard pressed by people
fond of his style of pulpit declamation, to
give these who went to hear him noisy and
long-winded specimens of his unsurpassed
ability in that particular line. The Xer.ia
TorcMigJU gives the following highly com
plimentary and very truthful description
of this same Rev. Granville Moody : "He
may be suppoicd to have inherited the
temperament of an old-fashioned camp
meeting, and got it mixed up in his blood
with a modern torch-light proce?siou.
Wherf ho is, there must be wind, and
thunder, and volcanic eruptions, and carth
qnakra, and the ground torn up by the
Renounced tUc Epincoiinl Church.
Rev. J. V. Roger?, an Episcopal Ritu
alist of Memphi?, whose controversy with
Bishop Qjir.tard will be remembered by
our readers, ha3 renounced the Episcopal,
and joined the Catholic Church. Address
ing his Church, he says :
Grappling, however feebly, with the
manifold errors of Ritualiem, during the
past year, I determined eome monthsBince,
as you all know, to throw myself, heart and
soul, into the effort now being made
by the Catholic party in the Church of
England, to unite that Church with the
Church of Rome, but unwilling to do
anything stealthily, I preached and
wrote too boldly for my brethren,
and declared on the house-lop what
others admitted in private. Tho Bishop
sent his "interdiction," but was unable
consistently to try me; meanwhile my
studies and efforts convinced me, more and
more, that even if our clergy were ready
for such a union as that proposed, the peo
ple would, for the most part, split on the
rock ot private micrpreiauon, bo uih anvr
all. cur nartial success would only he a
oiiaji justification for future echisms, when
ever ambitious 'rulers, ecclesiastical or
civil, should grow restive under the cross ;
and therefore, after uialuro deliberation,
led, I humbly trust, by the Holy Spirit, 1
have determine! to renounce tho Episco
pal Chnrch, and leave the rest to God.
I believe the Ancient See of Rome to be
the center of all jurisdiction in my Mas
ters Kingdom, and humbly yield to con
victions which all my worldly hopei and
interests wonld disperse.
I.o Wheat In New Orleons
The New Orleans Picayune of the Hth
insL, thus refers to a concert given in that
city by Leo Wheat:
We listened with urapt attention to the
elaborate and carefully arranged conceit
given by Mr. Leo Wheat, at Odd 1'ellowo
Hall, ou Thursday night, in which he nit
only introduced himielf to our people as a
pianist of the highest culture and cf origi
nal genius but also gave us an expi-rimci-.t
of a fpecici cf cor.cwi with which wo have
hitherto had only partial acquaintance, but
which his permanent "tttlement amorg us
civea us tho hope that it will become famil
iar to our people.
Mr. Wheal s specialiiy h thrf piano, lie
has lent to it r. devotion, an energy, anil an
electrical esrneatnei-s which ab3Prl3 his
enliro nature. lie plays not the muic
merely as wriucn, but the thoughts uf the
composer; oi iticii composers a' were
themHelve'S full of feelings and ideas, which
could find utterance and expression only
in uiumc, and which expression is as plain
to those who have music in their ouls a
is speech to the ordinary mortal.
Mr. Wheat is for lhi3 reaeon devoted to
clafljicil music, acd the music of emotion
and expression. Ho plays to express his
own thoughts in the musical laiiKiisce of
another or his own, and for this he soars
into high air, and lose eight of f ubiiiuary
tliiniM. These who are possessed of mu
sical fouls soar wi'li him ; those ot more
practical turn cf mind m ly not have
pleasure fn such things, but Jhey cinnot
but wish that those whom thev love and
wbose uiinda they would have trained for
the future of life, chonld dwell with Mich
thoughts, and bo educated in a tatu o
ttherial and elevated.
Wc shall not nnderttiice to go through
the programme of the performance of Mr.
Wheat ana sue arusis wro assisieu uira me
other night. The music was all of the
very lest in seltcliou, and was periormeu
in the very bet manner by all.
Mr. Wheat introduces lis to classical
music, and desiens to give us a series cf
concerts in which the art of musical skill,
aided by crchetrai iff irta, shall make us
familiar with music which is intended to
educate us in the loveof harmony and melo
dy which must form the music ot the
sphere." We welcome his advent among
us with the greatest e.T.Htaclion.
We would add that his effjrts the other
night received the highest and most em
phatic approval from a very full, and not
only faphionable, but most critical audi
ence, which awarded him his true rani:
that of the first of Southern pianists j
On the 17ih ins:., at tho residsneo of the
Lrii. by tho licv. Dr. Fill, ilsjor Wiluim j
Oaiv, son of the Ute Jauios Orny, Esq.. of j
Aberdeenshire. Scotland, to Mult Elizabeth.
daughter of Jo.-so D. March. Esq.. and widow
f the late Hon. John L. Jlaninr, u. 3. .Minis-
tp Guatemala, C. A. Xo cards.
Attemit to Break in a Store The
RoniiEi; Fired at. About 1 o'clock yes
terday morning, one of tho chicken thieves
who has lately becu prowling about Edge
field, made his way into tho rear of Mil
ler's store on the Gallatin pike, and was
just in the act of making a tucccssful en
trance into the store, when Mr. Miller dis
charged his fowling piece at the unknown
visitor, causing him to tkcedtddlc in a
hurry. After firing Mr. Miller heard him
groan, and thinks that he carried off on
his person a respectable load of buckshot.
It was only a few nights ago that a lot of
chickens and two lnxes of eggs were stolen
from the premises, and Mr. Miller has
been watching for his man ever since, and
thinks he found him.
Slim Attendance. Owing to the in.
clemency of the weather yesterday, only a
few persons turned out to the sale of lot&
The lot on the corner of Woodland etreet
and the White's Creek pike was put up,
and knocked down at 550 50 per fool, Mr.
O'Donuell being the purchaser. The sale
was then postponed until some future time.
IIOB30N CnArEL On next Friday eve
ning, the young ladies cf Edgefield pro
pose giving a supper for the benefit of Hob
son Chapel. The supper takes place at
the Male Academy buildings, and exten
sive preparations are being made for the
affiir. The young ladies expect to fee a
large delegation from Nashville on the
A Wrong Impression. Tho Edgefield
correspondent of the London Times creates
a wrong impression when he tells the peo'
pie over the water that Little Boston spec
ulators have abandoned the gouber-pea
trade. The present season has been one of
unusual activity, and the aforesaid corre
Bpondcnt should hasten to make the amend.
Pjievaihso ror. Christmas An en
terprising countryman has already can
vaa-ed Edgefield engaging turkeys for
Christmas. There must be a big stock in
his neighborhood. If rumor be true, tur-
kirs and things will be in demand before
the holidays arrive.
Who 1h He?
Wo published several days ago from tl.
New York Herald an account of the ar
rest for drunkenness of a Rebel General
named Ramsay. The Memphis Appeal
copies from this pjper the article, and after
commenting upon the "falsifier," introduces
the following from cx-Gov. Harris :
Memphis?, November 11, 1SGS. Editors
Memphis Appeal Gentlemen : I do not
know of any officer bv the name of Ram
say, who at any lime held the rank of
trenerat in any one ol the (Jonleuerate ar
rnies. Nor did any man of that name ever
hold the rank of Colonel, or any other
rank that 1 remember of, in the fifth
ior have I any recollection of any
Northern man of that namo having been
iu any manner connected with the Confed
erate army. Nor do I remember lo have,
at any time, known any man of that namo
who wa9 by birth a iNorthern man.
Isham G. Haiirh
l'roposeil Improvement of the Capitol
The following petition v ii presented in
the House yesterday :
We, the undersigned citizen, agree with
the Governor in his late mtesage, as
regards the unimproved condition of tho
Capitol grounds, and wouid recommend
your Honorable Bsdiea to make an ap-
.i i - - i
propnauou auu ntgin me wori: at once.
Oar town is now crowded with laborers in
want of work, aud they would work for
low wages in order to keep from suffering
cluruiK the winter, lou will, therefore,
save ninch money which you would have
to pay extra live or ten years hence to la
borers, and benefit those that are now ir
Some of the honorable trentlemen nut
object that the Statu it too much in debt,
but if they should wait until the debt of
the state is paid, the grour.ils will never he
Signed by over two hundred of the
principal business men and tax payei of
His Brow was Purrow'rl and His
Eyes were Dim.
Ills b.uw was furrow'd and his eyes were dim.
His bead was Lent as if in pensive thought.
His n it was shabby, and no doubt to h'.in
ltecurr'u tho time when that same iut was
L'ut meditations such as these ean't heal
A broken ehapeaux, oi- a cranium sore,
Or civ o su:h ca3o as only those can feel
Who get their hits from
WAIN. A- WALKER'S store.
lints, flip, Furs nml ' I'nihrcllas,
wtl7 tf trrmrT
.w Curnotn I Soiv Carpets ! :
Call and examino the new stock of Carpeting,
Wool and Brussels, iiist recoh ed, si.d nro of
fered very low, by
BElXn. MAVLOYi: A CO..
E&vlitf !o. 6J N. Collese street.
Jenkins' Stomach Bitters!
.MlHt'I. TO ISVAMDN.
All persons suficrins from Dysjiccsia, Indi
gestion, Sick Headache. Coitivenes?: nil tho
effects of Fever, Chill, Ague, or any dfrniigc-
ment of the system, will find in
JEN'KI.V.S .STOMACH JllTfKS
a certain nr.d unit effectual TONIC and IX
VIGOItATdR. It ia confidently recommended
by soma of the best physicians, as tho I1EST
SPECIFIC known for alt tho disorders of the
Stomach, and n most effectual preventive for
all MI AS1IATICAL influences.
It i.i OvinpOEod of puro and treth HERBS and
BARK3, aod cuinrouodcd on tin- m'at scien
tific principles of medical skill.
The Proprietor holds certificates fmai several
persons, who have experienced the bsnc&t of
this GREAT STREN'OTHENER AN'I) RENO
VATOR of tho human system.
Forealo -. able Druejist-. and hy
n. r. Jenkins,
Wholesale Drufziit and Importer,
Ko. 39 North Market street.
novlito XashviKo, Tenn.
Cull anil .See tho elegant ftoclc ot Taney
Dress and Stntdc Dry&oods, now being received
by BEECH. MANLOVK & CO..
novlltf Xo SO North Col'.cge street
The liigiict market prico will be paid In caah
for Tom yiioiisiunl Flour Jlnrrtls, at tho
Jackson lulls, ? iuth Market strcot.
novo-lm JOHN J. McCAX$.
B.aaaur and Springfield Register ropy.
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tiuts. Natural black or brown. Remedies the
ill effects of lad Invigorates the hair,
lo&ving it ?'jft tind beautiful. Tho genuine is
signed William .1. Batcficlor. AH othi-rs nro
rncro imitation'', a&d should bo avoided. Sold
by all DniffKMs and IVrfuiaors. IVtory HI Bur
clay street. New York. (aprlN ly.
j:xlr:t Stieclal IVotSeo Beware of Coun
terfeits! Smith's Tomo Syrup his been coun
terfeited, aud the counterfeiterbroiieht to frricf.
smith's tonic svacp.
The genuine atticle must have Dr. John
Bull's rrivatc stamp on each bottle. Dr. John
Bull only has the right to manufacture and cell
the original John SmithV Tonis Syrnp. of Lou
isville, Kentucky. Examine well the label on
esch b ittle- If my private stamp is not on the
buttle, do nt purchase, or you will bo deceived.
Seo my column advertisement, and my ehow
cird. I will prosecuto anyone infringing on
my risht. Tho genuine Smiths 'Ionic Syrup
cau be prepared only by myself.
The publio' servant,
DR. JOHN BULL.
Louisviile, Ky. t
V The i'urf i inie.
The iS'cw York Tar, Field and Fanii
has in its issue of the Gth, an article on
"Time," ami as there are some strange
statements in it, arid I -furthermore, an
Issue'upon which so much is daily invested
during our racts, we propose, says the New
Orleans Picayune to make some remarks
upon the subject atate the best time at one,
two, three and four miles, and enable thoeo
but partially acquainted with the fide, to
make their investment with a better judg
ment. It is commonly staled that '' time is no
test of a race Jiohb." We dissent from
thia opinion, upon the ground that it is
only partly true and partly false, since
there ia no better evidence of the powers of
a race horse than Fashion's four milea in
7:32, George Martin' 7:33, Lecompt'a
7:20 or Lexington's 7:23 and 7:19.
Let us suppose for a moment that either
of the above named horses had never, met
a competitor that could have gone the dis
tance under 7:45, they would, therefore,
not have Incn necessitated lo make batter
time to win than 7:41, in which case it will
be clearly srea that their fullest power
would not have been developed, and timei
in this cafe, no test of their capacity, ao
that many a horse, like that "gem of purest
ray serene," may have had his excellence
buried, and in the dark to "die and leive
Many years ago, but still within the re
collection of many living turfmen, 1:40
was the best lime on record for one mile,
and when Flying Dutchman accomplished
it in 1:45, over the Bingaman Course, it
was received with uncommon demonstra
tions of admiration by an applauding crowd;
and, by" the way, it may not be ill-placed
here to remark and pay a proptr and de
served tribute to the memory of Mr.
Graven, who evinced a judgment and p kill
in his knowledge of the weather, the con
dition of the track and the powers of hU
hone, unequalled by any trainer. Mr.
Lecompi's Flying Dutchman, Mr. Ken-
ner'd Ilegira, and Capt. Minor'n Fanny G
were entertd in a race of mile heat?
trained respectively by Small, Grave and
Capt. Minor. The evening previous to the
race Prior, then training for Co!. I'ir.ga
man and now successfully in France for
Mr. Slieckler, met Small and Graves, the
Ihrte having been on terms of intimacy
for many year?. "Well, now," said
Prior, '"I don't bet much upon a rac,
and want you two to tell me something
about your hoMes. I should like
to make about ten dollars.' After
pome silence Mr. Graves at length replied
to Mr. Prior thm: "I don't exactly
known who will win to-morrow, but this I
will Fay Ifegira will run two heats to'
morrow, each in the fastest time on record."
The race came off, the Crt heat a cioe
contest between ITegira and Dutchman, in
1:45, the second lieit equally close in
1:49, Mr. Graves thm coming within
half second of the time of each heat, and
averaging exactly the time he riaim-d. This
improvement in time continued at all di
lance?, from Eclipse's deeat of Sir Henry
in 7-37 in 1823, to Lexington' cosquest
over time itself iu 7:19. And this is all
to be attributed to better brei din, better
training, better riding and better condition
of the track. To what further extent this
improvement in speed may hi carried i3
yd to be developed in the "seeds of time;
which grains will grow and which will
not," is now open matter for turfmen to
The fastest time made at mile heats, wan
by Revolver, in 1SCC, 1:44, also Mamona
at Lexington, 18G2, on 1:44. The Tvrf,
Fidd and Farm gives Legil Tender credit
for a mile in 1:11, but that paper ccknowl
edges the track thirty feet short of a rn'Ie,
and the lioraoi? neces-arily not entiled to
that time. Ilegira ran here at New Or
leans, a mile in a two mile dash, but with
catch weight, in 1:42; and let it be re
membered, that when bets are made on
time, tho full weight for age must b3 up, or
you c.innot win.
The fastest Iwo mile race on record was
Lancaster, at Lexington, 3:35 3:38.
Faste3t three mile race was by Norfolk, in
18G5, at California, 5:27. Fastest four
mile race wa3 Lexington's in 7:19J. The
Turf, Field and Farm has made a distiction
between the words "fastest" and "best,"
by considering tint time being the same,
or even greater, when more weight is car
ried, the horse chould have credit for a
better, not a faster race. But let the cun
ning in turf matters make such calcula
tions for themselves".
Property Holders should never bo
without a Fire Policy in the old, well
tried, and Eeliable State Insurance
Company of Nashville.
Whitemm Bros, pay 5' j cents per pound, and
have been piying it lor week? past.
We have oue or two cood iob presses for
nale, which can ha had at at a bargain, by
application at the office of the Union AT-D
Attention, Ootton Shippers!
BAILEY. OEDWAY & CO.
T ESI'F.CTFl I. I S F O It M THEIR
II, irienda nnd tho iiaMii-ci -inr.i!lr thiit iher
nro prepared and
Will llnnill- folton a, J.nw a Any
itl'rilONlI:C IlllllHI- III tjn filj-.
BAGGING, HOPE AND TI Ed,
Of every description, aa I.oiv ns tin-I.tvht
Cash Advanced on Cotton onni'icnA.l to their
friends in Cincinnati. Nott Orleans, New York
llavinK n Compre" in full uprration. can favo
hippers 20 per rei t. .n till freights to Now
1 ork or Jsoiton. novis tl.
FOU I'AIt'i'HAOn, tU!f:K?VII,J.K A.N'il
ri-iHE NEW. I.IOHT DRAUGHT ,. .
J tomf.r Unite Morrison, LfrVKfr?
Cart. Ar.cn V.'.OvKnrnv. Mo?!cr.nillsSa;
dernrt as above Til Id BAY at It! o'clock, it.
for Ireight .r passace apply on vqxm. r ti
HARRISON A- SON,
novlb It 45 and 40 ront street.
l'r ("niro, hi. I.oiiU,31enllilS""i!il Sew
f hue ri.'E passenger steam -
1 Kit A. llakcr. J. . Cok
eett. Master. Ilir.T.v (Jmniv. Clerk.
will leave as above on THURSDAY, the P.th
in't., at 1 o'clock, p. u.
tortreigbtor pas age apply 011 board ur lo
11 and 12 Front Street,
,.rW. A. PEEBLES,
novlS Jt HARRISON .V SOX, Agts.
tVgnlar Weekly Smitliland and
'THE FINE STEAMER I'nnny
r.sn. Master. Kitt Hi nt, ninrk. will
leavo .Nashville EVKRV SATURDAY, nt 12
o'clock noon, making positive and close conncc-
uons at x-vniiivillo with regular iiuuiaviuu uiiu
Cincinnati Packets, insuring speedy atd reli
able transfer nt vMf.lita in Above points. Or
ders for lroight solicited, and reason ible rates
ror ireigtit or ns
s?'se apply op board.orto
It K I SON & SON, Agents.
V'o. 45 and 46 tront street.
11 A UK
T. J. YARBROUQH,
Lite of the Firji jf tfeakley A Yarbrough
rt.oun .isn i.iiPiK,
Domentlc Vroduce Ocnerainj,
NO. 21 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET,
NATIONAL SAVINGS' CO.
T. S.JIARR, Pres... -L.il. TAUIJOX. Cash.
Deposits rcccivid. Loans negotuted.
Interest Allowed oa Deposits.
Collections uiado, and a General Bankine
Business tt ansacted - octl6 tf
MASH VILIjU QUOTATIONS.
t SITED STATES A.M OtHIB 8SCDKITII8.
1 jtasTlca. 100
0- !te, Ai sonea..............iii7
1- !WS, orio....... , IQ7
5-203, Now Usno.-.- ..-'AO
llMla L iut
lnuncfcjee Uonds..- g$
" Coupons... .. .......... go
Loanvilloi Nashville K. R. Stock 6t
r l . " " Ta Roce'pti 21
Nashvillo Chattanooga K. R. Stock 2t
Nashville and Chattanooga R. R. Bonds 61
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock 4S
Planters' Bank b'tock ................. ...... 12
Union Bank Stock . 12
Nashville Corporation Checks .... 75
" " Bonds ( Id) 55
.1 " (new) 52
. . " Conposs. ................ "ti
South Nashvillo Street K. R. b'tock 1 5
Suspension Bridge Stock loo
Davidson County Coupons.-............... 95
" Warranti 95
Co. Bonds issued Louisville R.R 82
, " other roads...... 71
Montgomery County Bonds ........ 55
Kast Tennessee and Virginia R.R. indors'd CO
DOXESTIO AND rOSEION IICSASOE.
On New Tork................... par. 1-2
Oa Cincinnati..........-...... "
On Louisvillo- -...... " i-10
On Memphis "
On London and Liverpool $i 75 per pound.
On Dublin 6 75 "
On Edinburgh C7A " "
On Berlin-. ............ 1 02 por thaler.
On Frankfort . 60 " guilder
Wo havo made arrangemenos to supply our
customers with Revenue Stamps at the follow
ing loir rates, discount payable ia stamps, viz :
On purchases under $20... Par
On purchases of 20 or moro2 per cent, dis
On purchases of S50 or moro...35 "
On purchases or S10J or more 3I "
On purchases of 1200 or inorclu " "
On purchases of $i00 or more..4'j " "
On rttrchaso3 of S10W or more-t.'i " "
All orders must boaccompanied by the money
or check for the amount. Sttmps will be sent
by mail or express, as directed.
40-. War of 1512- 4U
SOs. War of 1S12 yo
I2ft. War of 1812
120s, not War of 1S12. 130
IGOs, War of 1812 f. 172
160i. not War of 1812. 170
TEXSESaEE. j SOUTH CAROLINA.
Bank cf Tennessee, old People's Bank 50
t'suo . ;2S 1 Planters' and Me-
Planters' Bank.. ...pari chanics' Bank 0
Union Bank -par Etato Bank- - 03
Union Bank Cert's-par 1 Southwestern R. Jt- 2S
B'k of Chattanooea, 06 Union Bank... SO
Bank of Commerce, par. alabaua.
Bank of Knosville, 65 Bank of Mobila 90
Bank of Memphis 95 I B'k of Montgomery, 50
B'k of Middle Tenn, t6 , Bank of Selma 15
Bank of Paris . pari Central Bank.. 02
Bank of tho Union, par' Commercial Bank 05
B'k of West Tenn- 30 Eastern Bank 50
Buck's Bank ...par : Northern Bank- 30
City Bank 65 , Southern Bank.. .. 90
Commercial Bank 25 Georgia.
Merchants' Bank -par 1 Central R. K. B'k 95
Northern Bank- par (leoriria Railroad
Ocoeoltank 12 , Banking Co. 95
Bank of ShelbyTillf, 70 ; B'k ofMid.Ueoriii. 90
Southern Bank... 10 . Marine Bank 95
Traders' Bank pari Bank of Aucosta 70
Life A General In- Augusta Insurance.. 01
anrance Co -.. 10 Bank of Columtus CS
SOUTH CAaru.iKA. ; Kftnk of CoinmiTco. Ii5
Bank of Camden.. . 30
Bank of the Empire
Bank of Charleston, 30
Bank of Chester C8
Bank of Hamburg.- (8
Bank of the Stats of
South Carolina 21
Commercial Bank 01
Exchange Bank-.... 07
Farmers' and El-
Bank of Athens- CO
Bank of Fulton -!0
Bonk of Savannah, CO
Baak of the Stale uf
City B'k of Augusta. 12
Farmers' and Me-
I cbanics' Bank 04
I Mechanic;' Bank Ul
change Bank- CI
JiCrcnints a riant-
Ifi I ers' Bank 15
oi 1 Planters' Bank IS
... (51 Union Bank f6
There was a stead decline iu gold yes
terday. The following are the New York
quotations of yeaterday: Opened 136
was 135t at 10:25, 13G at 11:15, 135 at
11:25, 133 at 12:25, 134 at 1.134J at 2:05
134g at 2:30, and closed at 134 at 3 p. sr.
The rates here were 133 bnyisg, and 13
Government securities were quoted i
New York yesterday as follows
U. S. Gs of '31 1UV
5-20s 1st Bcriss 109'.:
5-a)s Sdsorios 106i
5-203 3dterios - 107
5-2rts new issue. To... K9K
5-2UJ new issue, V7 109Jj
6-2Us now issue, 'Oi 110
London advices of yesterdiy quole
United Stab's 5-20i at 73.
Exchange on New York was taken by
the bank? yesterday at discount, android
by them at par.
Tennessee bonds were quoted in New
York yesterday at CDJc for tho old, and
69j for the new,
There is but little doing in city check?,
and rates are lower. Dealers are offering
to buy at 75c, and to sell at 79S0.
The sales of Southern State bonds at th
New York Stock Exchange on the 13tl:
inet. were as folfowa:
$10,000 Tennessee 6. old 6S!4
i.ww io new-.... us
10.000 do be - .fi8',i
urtu Laruiina ls new, 0 c- r.i
The sales on the 11th were as follows:
510.000 Tennessee In, old fay.
.1 Niitth Cnrr.lm'i f4 Tiitr r.J'.
lion.) do i CJ
Our mail advices to Saturday evening
reported that money continued lo work
easily in New York, and that capital was
offered in sufficient amount to meet the
wants oi borrowers at 7 per cent in cur
rency for call loans on approved ttock col
lateral', and iu exceptional cases at slower
rate upon government securities-
The Now York banks have b?en forced
to do what tlirv rhctilU liave done six
weeks ago contract their loans to some'
where near the limit of ratio which they
usually bear lo deposits. The followir
shows the changes duiicg the week:
Decrease in loans J7.492.C52
Decrease in deposits
Increase in leienl tenders
The decre.ue in loans in two weeks
amount-" to thirteen and a quarter ruillioRF,
and the decrease in deposits during the
same time is nearly seven million?, show
ing that twenty millions of money has
gone out of New York, in addition to a
considerabicauionnt received from Chicago,
This has chielly gone South, to move th e
cotton crop, and will soon be distributed
through tho channels of ttade, iofu-ing
new life into business.
The following is a comparative exhibit
of the condition of the New York binks
now and one year ego, chawing the totals
of each item nnd and the relative amount
of It-gal reserve to demand liabilities
Nov. 11. Nov. 30.
l'CS. IS .7.
S170.V..WJ $175 712.853
..?2 9.40O.l-s3 S2PJ.877.2I9
Twenty-live per cent, ii 52.35 1.03 52.409.395
The bank3 hold o;in-.. S1B,155,0.S 513.731.9ul
Tho banks hold legal
tenders Sl.liO.OSS SI.359.6j0
Totol reservo S67.001.701 iii3.09l.6U
Kxoea 15.2)1.033 15.025,309
Loan' S219.119.539 $2!S.t39,Sli
The correspondence in the amount cf
e.ich item ia remarkable, the only essen
tial difference being in a decrease in legal
tendeis, which is made up by un increase
The impqrts ot New Yotk for the week
amount to Sl,194,-es 'n drygocdi and $2,
403,25C in general merchandise ; total,
83,597,524, against $3,803,311 the preced
The New York Shipping and Commercial
List of the H:h inst. says trade in that
city, in neatly all departments, continues
dull, arid a very general distrust is the pre
dominant feeling in the commercial situa
tion. The pressure in the money mitket,
though somewhat abiled, is still severe
enough to restrict. ir.erctntile operations
within narrow limit?, and to give buyers,
with som exception-, the advantage in
prices. 1 r e same paper says of the cotton
"Tho probib ppl d rriees of cotton.
continue to bo canvassed with a Rood deal of in
terest, oa both sides of the Atlantic, and very
naturally, slnco they have an important bear
ing, not only upon tho gold and exchange mar
kets, but In a greater or less degree, upon all
branches of commerce The popular estimates
of the current American crop vary from 2,t00,
000 to 2.7SO.10J bales. Some of the Southern es
timates aro considerably below these figures;
though, making; all due allowance for draw
backs, wo are inclined to bclicvo that tho yield
will not fall below that of last year. Thocotton
ciop of 1S87-S, estimated in the early part of the
season at 2.75 J.00.133, 0U.0UO bales, subsequently
in tho height of tbo spring speculation at iluO,
0U02.i 00.000. proved to havo boon 2.431,1 00, or.
including Iho amount consumed in tho South
ern States, 2.577.0OO bale?. The low values in
December, resulted in a speculation that forced
prices in tbo spring up to a point that reduced
consumption largely, and left the trade, both ia
cotton and cotton goods, in a very-unsatisfactory
condition. The current supply in England. not
withstanding the heavy arrivals frm Bombay
in October, is tbout 175,000 bjlcs below the cor
responding period last year, with a strongproba
bility that asimilar disparity will be maintained
to the end of theyear. The rejults of lastseason's
business indicato that a supply from other quar
ters than the United. States, equal to that oflast
soason. would, with our own crop, furnish eolton
enpngh for tho present want of the world, at
prices somowhat below tho ruling rates of the
last six months. Considerab o sales have been
mado hero lately for December, January and
February delivery, at ISSiiasiU i-nnu rnrmiit.
dling upland, but whether these figures afford a J
ruuauie iiiuu 01 me iuiuro or not. remains to
bo seen. The best Englisti authorities do
not appear to anticipate any incroase of
supply during the ensuing year. From this
country, they seem to bo prepared for
a possibly small decrease, though they look
fpr an increase from .Egypt and Braiil. As to
tho extent of the Indian crop, all is, as yet, un
certainty, (ulSco it that , considerable increase
is looked for from the Oomrawutto and Dharwar
districts, but less from the Uhollcrah and Broach
districts, owing to thelosses by floods. A pos
sible short supply from alt sources, it is thought,
will bo counterbalance! by tho unfavorable
statoof manufacturing trade. On this point.
Smith. Edwards & Co., Liverpool, remark:
"Tho largo production of goods which has gone
on for some months, cannot apparently be taken
orTat any ndvance on present rates, and any
further riso in the raw material must be, ia tho
main, an addition to the serious Joss tho spin
ner and manufacturer bsustaining. Low as tho
pricoof goods now i., compared with tno raw
material, thero is no inducement to the mer
chant to ship to India. The accounts of tho
Calcutta market aro extremely bad ; a failure ot
the crops in tho central provinces threatens a
famine, and no relief can ba expected, till ex
ports from this bide aro much reduced. Wo have
seldom known tho news from India more dis
couraging than at present."
"The trade in goods, on both ide3 of tho At
lanti;. during tho present year, has greatly dis
appointed the hopes of manufacturers. Thtra
has been no buoyancy at any time, except when
imparted by tho rapid advance of the raw ma
terial, while every pauso in eolton, has at onco
been followed by a heavy market for goods.
Tho number of spindlcrs that could bo put in
operation, has been largo enough to havo
workedup moro than the supply, but the quan
tity of goods produced, woraing as they navo,
has evidently been in excess of tho demand, at
fairly remunerative prices. The natural infer
ence from these facts is, that unless the supply
of cotton proves less than the present prosptct,
tho prices, both of cotton and cotton goods, are
not likely to rule above the present currency.
As declining prices, like advance', often ncquire
an impetus which carries them beyond their
Icgitimato range, it would only be in accordance
with past experience, if values should tempo
rarily rule exceptionally low; though from tho
experience of last year, wo aro not likely to
wltne.M anything liko tho extreme depression
whirh iNirncd tha prico to 15 cents in Decem
ber." GENERAL JSAIlKETfc.
Nashville, Tuesday, Nov. 17.
Conor. The market for the week just
closed has been very dull, and anything
else but satisfactory to factirs, and by no
mean coming up to the expectation o&
plauters. It closed to-day quiet and steady
with moderate denund at the following
Good Ordinary ...
The receipts of tho day amounted to 193
hales, with sales of 245 and shipments of
1 17 biles.
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 183-..
Received to-day ..
Stock on hand .1P23
Provisions. Slaughtering has fairly
, commenced in our city, and rccsntly and
during the week a goodly number of swine
were "put through." The past day or two
has been unfavorable to packing, and has
somewhat restricted operations in this line.
To-day, however, is crisp and cool, and
well adapted to the business. Our friends,
Messrs. Hart & Ilensley, will avail them
selves of the weather, and expect to kill
largely during the next two weeks. Our
farmers cin rely npan receiving the high
est markit price for their surplus hogJ, and
should bring them in early. The Weet
has a large stock of hog'', (it is asserted by
some that 3,000,000 head will bo brought
to the block this season,) which, with the
immense corn crop to feed them, his in
duced the reasonable belief thit prices will
rule considerably below those of last year
therefore the knowing ones express the
opinion that etrly siles are necessiry to
secure the highest figures. Oucbacon mar
ket is quite inactive, though the storks are
scull. Bulk meats will be ready for mar
ket in a few days, and smoked meats will
have to give way materially in price, or
be superseded cntiwly by the dry salted.
Old lard is entirely exhausted, and new is
coming in in sufficient quantitiei to meet
the demand. Ham', both cmv.ued and
plain, are in good sto:k, with but a very
imited demand. Oiir Southern friends
can bi supplied ivih balk meats in a few
days in our market at fuurru as low as can
be obtained in any of the Western market?:
The quality of Tennessee meal is unsur
passed by any in the country, and our
packers are pirticul.tr tint no slop or still
fed hogs rli3ll fill inin their hands. We
Bacon. Clear sides, market dull at 131;
8bouhlersl45l41; country hams 1(J
Canvased Hams Fancy sugar-cured,
19; choice plain, 1G17.
Lam. Hart & nensley's choice leaf
in tierces, 17 ; earn IS ; Proctor & Gam
ble's keg lard 1819; caddie, Sand 5
Buckwheat Flocr S12P12 50 per
barrel, including bi;s. ,
IIomisy- Per barrel S5 SOfeC
1'I.orn. We quote as tollows: ."iper-
fiueSC; extra superfine $7(2,7 50; single
extra SS3 50; double extra $03 50;
treble txira 51010 50; family $10 50
Sll ; extra family SX111 50; faaty $12
Wheat. We liiard of sales to-day of
SO b:nh-N rod .it SI 55. and 100 do red
and ambsr mixed, for seed, at $2.
Rye. Sales of 50 bushels til SI 15.
PPANurs. utieringi ngiii to-itay. e
heard of the sale of 100 bushels, d.irnagcd
pkuits. Urisil frinti have undergone
but litilechange. Judging from the heavy
receipt! this season, ihe trade is no doubt
well nigh exhunted. Green apples aro
coming iu freely, and the demand continues
r-ood nt SI 101 25 per buihel from
wagons. We quole:
flrncn Anntts ( To!ineiS2a) per bbl 3
liomori'. ner nox -
- - . - e
Orange, per bbl -
Apple. ilriod per lo
Fcache?, peell, lighner 1b-
l'oaches, ciuartcrs -
Dr.uoa and Dvk Srurra The week
closes brifk at the following quotations for
Nading articles : Q linine 2 532 03 ;
ndigo, b?st, $1 00 per pound; mad
der 20j per p:)iind; raits 7o per pound ;
b'uestone 15:- per lb ;a!uai7o pr lb. ; cochi
neal SI 05 per lb; Iodide potash SO 50
psr lo; inngnciu, cirb., 50G0 per lb,
opium $1414 50 per lb ; flour sulphur Be
per lb.; roll do. 7c; camphor 51 40 prib.;
copperas 34c per lb.; a?ifoetida -lo
Cos per lb.
Oils Market well stocked at Ihefol-
Cnl 0 1
Lard, .No. 1 extra
- El &5
Lnrd. Io. 1- .
Scoab. The week closei at a imati oe
clina H3 foltowa: Demarara 15J15 ;
Porto Rico 13Mjc; Cuba 13; stand
ard hards 17Jc; A Coffee 16c; B do. lCc ;
G extra do. 151c.
Mousses and Suture Have declined
fraction. "We quote for common to
Coffee Rio, common to strictly choice
21 2.53c; Java 3340e; Lagnyra 27c
hALT Seven bushel barrels by the car
load $4 ; five do. $3 20.
Fish We quote mackerel as follows:
No. 1 per half bbl. SH ; No. 2 do $9 75
10. No. 3 do $8 50 ; No. 1 in kits $3 ; No.
2doS2 75; No. 3 do $2 50.
Rice. For best Carolina, we quote at
Hominy 'VVe qoote at 34c per lb.
Candles. Market firm at the following
quotations: Star, light weight 18c per lb.;
Bummer mould $6. per bar.
CnEESE Market well supplied. "We
quote Western Reserve ISc pr lb: factory
Sardines. We quote for quarter boxes
Oa per box by the case.
Nails. Wc quote for lOd's 5 25 per
keg, and 25c for each diminishing grade.
HiDEs.-r-We quote dry flint at 20c ; diy
salt 15c; green salt 11c; green 10a
Wool Washed 37c; unwashed 20c.
Br.ooM3 No. 1 per dozen $3 60 ; No. 2
2 75 ; No. 3, S2 50.
Rorn We quote at 12J13&
BAOorsa Kentucky Hemp 24c dor;
Ward 23c; Green Leaf 25c; Flar252Gc
Shot. Patent per bag $3 25; Back
Ip.on. Tcnnesseecorumon bar Sic; Ken-
lucky do 5c; Tennessee bind 1010c
Kentucky do 77c.
Beeswax We continue (o quote at 36c
Ginseng We quote al SOc
Cotton Yarns. Wc continue to qu6le
500s at 20e, COOi at 18,700. at lCe.
R.IC13. Whitenian'BrO".. are paying 6e.
Feather?. Prime readily command
Todacco. Common, unsound, 3-j5Sc ;
sonod C070e: bright S0&S1 ; light
pressed $1 ; feurtecus C5S0c.
Whisky Rectified proof at $1 30
1 40; Robertson county $1 902 50.
Powder Blasting S- 50QG: Rifle
SoAr Common lxir"9cper lb. ; fancy
per box S24 50.
Poultry. Chickens command It), 18,
and 20 cents apiec, or $22 25 per doz
from wagons. Ducks are iu demand at 20
and 25 conta apiece, or S3 per dez.
Butter In demand at 2530u per
Egc. Daler are offering lS20c per
Potatoes.--Irish potatoes command 75
SOc per bushel; swea jKjtatoos S0s$l.
Sundries. Blacking per doz., -1075c.
Washboards ?3 per dos. Buckets, per
doz., 2 753. Tuba 5-1 7o5'per nest;
Starch 2c per lb. SnuiTSS per has ; Gar
rett's packed. Matches (Richardson') 9
per case of sis caddies. Pepper 37ic.
Spice 32c. Ginger 25c- Oysters S3 50 per
case for 1 lb cans, S5 75 per case for 2 lb.
Hay. We quote at $2225 per ton.
Nuts. Ws continue our quotations as
Almonds, hard shell, pr lb
Almonds, soit shelled, per lb
Chestnuts, per bushel..-
Peanut?, per bushel
$1 imi iO
The trade continnes good and slocks
ample, oar jobbers rep!eiibing from time
to time, as nece-sity occurs. e qnote -1 4
sheetings at 15:; 7 3 sheetiogi 13; 3 4
abeetingi 12c ; bleached domestics 10
25c; Sea Island do. 1218c; lick-
I ing, 1540c; plaid linseys,
plaid onaburgs 1625r; jeans lS0e;
satinets 4075, with prints at the
fn..T..r. .,t..;nn,- Wnmsniii 10- Ar.
nM ' 11,- An,Pr!n U. Dunnels lte
- , '
fepragues 13.; Spragne, pink, l ie; Allen
13c: Araoskeac rSAc. ."Vlancnester ic;iiyingai ine loot ol L.udlow street I.r
p.i.. ii,. nion.tij 11- Wsiiirnn
121c; M-lloryl2c; London Mourning 13c.
UVE HTticii aAi";r.
UUL'U UlLUC tlilllltiurj 41 uciu.mu, uuu
sales eilecled at prices ranging irom -jio)
4jc A strictly cnoire.iriicie wouui ream-
ly command 5c. Sheep are rather slow of
..t. .. -i cio ea
sale, wunoui cuaiik, raj v
..... ,r .1.1.1. i,. !,.
neau. iauKj an- a ouauc "
we cioseu our lasi wetkijr icnon, ii.ii.c-.
to-day racing from CGJ- The sales of
oil-t stork vard for Ihe week
foot upas follows :
Cattle. Hoes. Sheep.
: : i?Lli
'1: : '.: 51:
i: : i s z. i t
i s ! i
I 3: 2!
- 0 s
it -, 22- '5s
T " ,- rS 3
i ' : ; : o
ft? I ....ttlf l. .5;
, : : -.-.u: ii'- -1. r
-. . - . i .
-ilUjg ''yj g
e 1 . ' Si
Mnck4 f Cotton In Interior Towiu,
OT INXtCDED I.V inK EXCHPTS.
Ainrujtu and Hamburg. Nov. C 37" !3tB
Mnnn. Ua.. Nor. 11 MB
Cotambns. Oa.. K or. 13- S5S2
AInnr-omerv. Ala.. Nor. 14 -H0 1.56
Memphis. Tenn-. Nov, 14 ?i2tt j3fil
Niwlirille. Tenn.. Vov. 17 1"21 4153
Cincinnati. No-. 11 Ol-V bli
Total. .. - 1)1 59891
MARKKT8 HY TBLEQRAPH
I'o 1 1' i ii .UnrkctH.
T.ntrwiN Nor. 17-veninz ConsoIj9lWVi.
American !eumies nuiet anu sicauy-
Havre. Nov. 17. Cotton auiet: Ul franco for
Sew Vorlt Money SlarUet
NewYobk. November 17. Money easy CI1
loans G7. Sterling V'Ai. Uld TOi- Old
Ne Youk. November 17 Cotton le'SMtive:
.,i,ihii.,.hHi: Snnerfine Uoar So 70S)
. Vvuf.ky quiet. "ltice dnll-t-'offes quiet. Suar
almost nominal: Cuoa ii;i nooat ia
!ower. ..mm ...
CiscixaATr. Nov. 17. FIourand wheat quiet
and nnehanKed. New corn58.SO. Ools un-
chinsed. Ke 130- Cotton dull Zw. n hisky
95ei. Hois 4g5c. Lard UfimbH. Ilulk
shoulders iJcs" ls14
oi a?T'- : .""a
Ec;s 30c Clover r-eed $IZ. Timothy $2 600
3 ip. JJias seed i2f 2 10.
St. Lou! aXurhct.
St. Lodi3. JTov lr.-eTobaeco quiet- Super
fine flour $1 400350. Wheat $14092 05. Com
TOS0c. Oats 4352c Old pork $27 5023 , pw
S2o2s Bulk shoulders 10J4; clear side UU ,
New Tork Drygooils JIarkct.
New Tone. Nov. 17. IVo rjnoto Piqnuthtavr
brown sheetings at 15X; Applett.n A I't'.it Poc-
mat fn.A. 1C Q !. 4 r v' r .
I'Ow'Stnn A Licks 32'A; Bostin AAil)
lft Haymaker IS: L.iroirtr fjnnwl"- Amn.t.t-
stripes 2223; Mount Vernon )8; 1'ittsfitld U.
Somerset 11; Sprorucs prints 12& fancy Amas
ktagI8;New iork mills bleached muslina Zj
lionesiaro ii. ana Ainoskcse 'A Ul 4
LoctsviLLS. Nov. 17 Sales 41 howheads
i"hco, agi to fair Ijaf 7t16'4 : superior flour
$5 506 25; wheat 31 501 90; corn" neir. a'"
bulk; oaU ryo tt 30: cotton 23; hnjri 71 i
rTq?" ;-Xotal ree'Pt3 SOOd; mess pork ?3; lard
JSk&'Y'";"? beon nominal at 13 to ti
hh wines 958J1.
Xcvr Orleans JInrket.
nifKL.0"?. yJ; '"-Cotton easisrbat
no,J,1,!Df,272l:'aI" 44V; receipts
iflS P UX ,9i 0old '3135. Exchange
IBfeSiVr n7t-sis H
RITER m) WEATHER.
LEAVING TI1I3 DAY.
Kaly Morrison, Rowena.
Tho river was still rising yesterday, with
five feet water on Harpelh Shoals. Weather
raw and clondy in the morning, but to
wards evening the clouds ilwprsed, and
at this time of writing is clear and cold .
The Tyrone cleared for Cairo, wi'h a
slim trip.- , .
The Kaly Moriisoa, in command rf
Capt. Arch. W. Overton, darU for lie
upper Cumberland to-day at 12 o'clock,
with prospects ef a good trip cf grocerh'
The Baker will arrive to-day, and is ir
regular prcket .r Cairo tomorrow t
4 p. m.
The Robert Moore vai InMirly exptt..!
Iat night. She hag freight for the f. l'.w
ing parties : Heghes & AmiersoD, K 1
Jenkins, D Kline, L Kirklaml, W LyonA
Co, R Larry, C Mew, Macey A I rown, I
Mose. B Nichol, M Powers, Pratt A
Walker, John Kilter, G Sieferle, J S .
mono, Siran & Brown, JaraesThoaip.-.r:
Treppard & Bro, R Thenaptoa. W W rot
ten & Bro, Terra. Phillips A Co, 11 L
Wright, Phillips A Askfer, J R Pa.!.
Reid, Ch(dloiin A Co, J Wilson, WeaL
ley & Warren, X A C R R, N A D P. V
B F Adatas, Berry, Deaioville S: C, V
Burn, Bailey, Or djvay A Co, Bnck, Barnes
& Co, Craighewl, BreiiH A Gib;on, D t
Coleman, IVmovilie & Co. Douglass, S a
& Co, Ewing & Me, liwing & Co, Ewic,
Pendleton &. Co, Fred Elbrick, t L Fuller
& Co, Gray A Kirkman, GrtenSeld & Cc,
Gennett A Co, W D Gentry, Gur.trnth &
Skiff, Hsmiliou & Cunningham, Herri
ford, Reeves A Co, 11 C Hensley.
NEWS FROM OTHER PORTS.
The fteamtr R. P. Converse has bteu
sold at St. Louis for $4000 lo Mewrj. Ster
tivant& Smith, of Sioux city. She wiil
be taken up the Missouri river ar,d ply b. -tween
Pioix city and Omaha as a uf.'.ir
Passenger aod frright rates have ud
vanced at Duhwpi. They charge $15
from there t. St. Paul, and $18 lo 8:.
Louis. Freight 50a per 100 ponnds-
The steamer Irene, sunk near Shrcvi
port, had oa board the best trip of thi sea
son, consi-tisg of 3,250 packages. Ttie tc t
is it total law. A portion of the cargo will
be saved in a damaged condition.
The steamtr Pickett was wdd by the
Denuty Marshal of Pjrkersburg a fewdaj.-
ago to C. 11. SbMtuek for SC0O.
The Pincinn.iti Evjuircr of Minify
I The Emptror. with two barges io tew,
from Wheeline. when nvwiDir the mou h
of ,tLe KiMwha, took a shear on the VVz'.
anu run into tne Dar there, breaking li r
stem and springing a leak. She has ba-:i
aeverat uays, uaviriKj eide-docc built. arj
I f, I...: e.'r ..
it collapsed aiwl eoma further damage
done tolier stem, ihe will now lur. n
go ou the docks.
I t..nr a i i i
i . - - - -
18 ,ate riao The ElliHbu tj, rj
icm unu uiLeeoal barges miik on the Lar
I iMune ot llicm'aie directly in the chancel,
i r - - , .
In '.'""Court Saturday, in tf.
CJje of tue isashvtlle racket Company t -
i xoomas jiuruocK, an action to recuT-r
I S675, unpaid awessments upon stock of sz.J
I -uu?.i"?J ?c nu,-u luB "eienuaninau cua
scribed, judgment was given in favtr cf
tue plaintitls for the amount named.
The Covritr-JourntU ofyesteiday his t'.e
At the regular liieatingof the Lmivi:!-
Marine Association vesterday Ihe pre??:, i
freight tarilf was continued, with the f i
lowing exceptions: New Orleur
lime and cement 3c per bbl, empty Il -
30c, i bbls 25s. tierces 35c, bbls wlii L
SI. Furniture at Cincinnati card rat: -Stock
tenders one-half cabin fare. : c.
tenders on deck 1 per day for board. I x
Ira. feed to be charged for at reg'i'ar t r 1
Cantaios Ft. II. Woolfolk and B. ('. L . .
delegates to the St. Loiiis Convention f- -
the Louisville A3ociition, left for t. L .
FIItK. MARINK. 1IUI.I. ASU
TraMi-oiUtioa Rxka tkn at
i .,u t -T
03 Qeoon.1 ft'ailoa&l I! link BulMlaj
I nsses falrlj a lj4leI an l promptly
JIIN T.UMSDBX, Prf.tnt
II- S FRKNCII. Vie PrcslM.t.
JOaKI'H XASll. Seretan.
Souliiern Music Store,
WHOLESALE AND IthTAIL.
XO. S'd VSIOS STREET.
TAMES A. MtCLUKK WISHES To
O Bounce to hw Teiu9se Iriands cn.l lie
xeneral public, that bis ."totk of I'Ihiio-. i, - a
complcio. bieiiiTsay. Knabe. Dunham. Wehci
Kramlinar. Haines Brm. and A- II Uato S.
Co. are fully represented ia tin nirwlr ai,-.
said at New York priees. thereby 4in? lVcis1.
and charges lo tho purchaser.
lie i i also Sole Agent tor tbs eelehratch Itn r
Jlelt Or-nn. reitardwl by tho prafe iicn ti
bv tho bast rcl lnslruiaeut now made, pufse. -in
the lato improvement in atous. viz. Har
monic celeste" nd Vox JUmana, that ra
Perfections of mnhnnif.! f...n. CUt.rX.
babbath fc'ehools. Lodges and Seminaries are
furnished at very low rates. Circulars arid price
lists will be forwarded on application.
In filll'ct Single. (Tor muv ti-!ii i i,.
ciahty In his establUhment.) he can offer crta".
indueeraenU to the TraJa. Sehouls asd Ama
teurs. His stock ii the larked t and mot selec.
In the South, and will be always suyplied with
the NEWKSTand tifoT production of homo
and foreign compoaeri!.
In Violin. Guitar. KInl-s. Ilnllnn
ami oilu-r .sirlnM, for all lulrumettj, to
gether with a fine eulleetioB ot mull Musical
Uoodj, he defies comptitioH.
I. N. Pijnoj. Onraat ad ottwr butriraenrj
tuned and repaired by tintt-clfm workmi:.
Jlr.D.S. (!ur!e is now with thia huose. and
will be glad to aee bis trieadi.