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HVILLE UNION AND iMTBJCAN, TUESDAY, NOVEEMBE, 2, 1868.
Old papers, suitable for wrapping, at the
rr,,nv an-d AMERICAN office.
The Tennessee Coal and Railroad Com
pany, are offering their coal at reasonable
prices. Situated on a railroad and accessi
ble at all seasons to market, they have
never advanced their price on the neces
sities of the public, and will sell cheaper
and cheaper as their custom increases.
They only want to make a fair interest on
their capital, and regulate prices accord
InfcrcstlnirCcrcm ony nttboCatbcdral I Tobacco.
The Angels Cbarm the People. I The receipts of tobacco at this place dur-
Oa Sunday evening, one of these very I jDe ti,e present season have been slim, and
interesting ceremonies peculiar to the
Catholic Church, look place, in the Cathe
dral, and was witnessed by a large con
course of people, who appeared perfectly
charmed by what they saw, and edified by
what they heard. In order to avoid an
inconvenient crowd, the affair; was not
made public, yet notwithstanding this,
Summer and Cedar streets, in the immedi
ate vicinity of the church, was crowded
with anxious fpeclatorc, and at three
o'clock the church was crowded to excess.
Two years ago the first of the present
month, a few Sisters of Mercy awoke for
that received has been immediately shipped
to New York. Before the war Nashville
was beginning to have some reputation as
a tobacco market, and we believe now that
if our commercial men would interest
themselvei in the great product, that a
lively trade in this department would
spring up. Induce tobacco planters to
Bend in their hogsheads to this marKet, ana
buyers can as readily be found here as
elsewhere. This is a speculative age, and
there is no reason why there should not ba
as much animation and activity in tobacco
as in cotton. The speculator purchases
the first time in Nashville, in the building 1 cotton to ship to other ports, and will he
on the corner of Summer and Cedar streets, not also become a spirited bidder at a to-
Joseph Green, larceny of a shirt valued
at SI. 25, discharged.
James Craighead, assault and battery
discharged. ' ; j
Gilbert Marshall, drunk and lying on
street, discharged. . ok'
George Gillem, larceny of clothing, dis
charged. m -.
James Perkins, assault and battery
with stones, discharged. .. .-
J. A. Meyers, using abusive language,
$3 and costs. " -
John Burnett, annul t and battery, dis
charged. ' ! '
Emma Bttlle, drunk and making loud
noise on the street, fined $5 and costs.
Ann Cunninghim, drunk and lying on
the street, sent down fora term of seventeen
Sherry & Co., having been burt out on Opp08ite the Cathedral, leased from Mr. bacco sale, even if he has to ship to Hoi- days in the Workhouse.
Saturday night, have removed to 2o. 49 Kirkman for their special use. Soon there- land ? We had a decided fondness for the
South Market street. after these cood Sisters opened a school tobacco sales of old, and hope for the return
ltobert Thompson & Co., 35 South Mar- f j j d v he new school building ,nd revival 6f this branch of business. An
ket street, wholesale grocers, steam cracker on y;n , , comnleted. they also honest rivalry existed before the war be
bakery and candy works, importers ana i took c-j,arge 0f thatj anj B00a found it well tween Eutherford, Williamson and other
dealers in wines, liquors, foreign lruiis, fiijed witll jria an(j toys under twelve adioininc counties, as to which could senu
years old. to market the best shipping leaf, and tbo
On this material they commenced, and planters preferred to ship here, because
hive worked wonders 1 So oreat was the they hid confidence in those who handled
call upon their services that the Sisters their products. Will an effort again be
were obliged to add to their numbers, be- made in this direction? e hope so
Bides taking in several novices, arid now
they may be said to be prepared 'for any
emergency : or, rather, they will be, when
they take possession of the magnificient
cigars and tobacco, offer lie stock of the
season at the lowes prices. We have ouen
had occasion to commend this firm, and
each returning season gives us greater
reason for doing so. Nothing in their
line is omitted and we commend them
The Nashville Savings Company, corner
Union and College streets, is selling ex
change on New York at par, and drafts on atode recently purchased for them on Ce
London. Dublin and Germany m sums iu dar 8tree opposite the Lapitoi.
omf After being here about one year, tbey
A vrand bill will be civen on Wcdnes- oreanUed' two societies amongthe children
day evening next at Fireman's Hall, No. 3 belonging to their schools one for the
nnlUra nfreeL A eood time may be ex- nj jer :ri. or xoanz jadies. a3 it is the
n - I .
Charles B. Hall is in receipt of a new children of lUary;" and one for the younger
.inr-V- M bonis and eboej of every variety children, called The Anqcl Guardian So
and the latest stylo. His customers for c, tjoUi these societies prospered, and
will take tins an.
There has been some uneasiness in the
last few days among dealers and specula
ment?,"Iinstead of being issued to the parties
by whom the services are rendered. In
the opinion of many, the payment of such
checks can be estopped as they are merely
r young iau.es, - "" ..,.., .i.PPftmmrJ.nii naoer"
fashion now.to call them, -.styled "The V""f " , . ' .
UUU IU IICIO
Austin Hanmer, walking with a prosti
John Blood, awault and bitUry, . dis
Ed Mankin, drunkenness and throwing
stones, fined 1 and costs, ,
Sam. Craighead, assault and billsry,
discharged. '' " '
Paul Boon, assault and battery, fined.; .
Tbo Proposed JFalr O rounds.
We have already referred to. the" loca
tion of the Fair Grounds by the Directory
of the Davidson County Agricultural and
Mechanical Association. In order to im-
A Maosificest Affair. The readers
of this department will pardon us for neg
lecting to refer heretofore to the magnifi
csnt supper given a few evenings since at
the Male Academy of George D. Hughes,
for the benefit of Hobson's Chapel. The
building was crowded to its utmost capaci
ty, and never was a company more agree
ably entertained. The young ladies who
had charge of the affair did themselves in
finite credit, and received the unanimous
assurance that their efforts were duly ap
preciated. The tables were bountifully
supplied with the luxuries and delicacies
of the season, and the supper was gotten
np in just such a style as might have ben
expected of the committee of arrange
Concert. Tho young ladies of the
Kussell street Seminary propose giving a
vocal and instrumental concert at their
school building, on Friday evening next,
NATIONAL SAVINGS' CO.
Salt to. Recover Goods Confiscated
Harlot; the War.
The New York World reports the follow-
in:? CIS3. tried beforr- the TTmtP.l KtatoJ T.S.MAEE. Prej L. G. TABBOX, Cash-
District Court in that city. I Deposits received. Loam negotiated.
The United StatejM. twenty bales of cot- x terest Allowed on Deposits.
n. This was an action to prevent the re-
ton. 1 his was an action to Drc vent I
covery by John B.Roberts, lale of the firm
of Macruder, Taylor & Roberts. Baltimore.
Maryland, of twenty bales of cotton, which
weic seized at Anderson Courthouse by
D.S. Callicolt. and transferred to the
United States Marshal in this city, who
sold the goods under direction of the courts
The time of seizure was the year 1803.
when tue country was eneaced in civil
war, and the cauie of seizure, was tho al-.
leged disloyalty of the owners. The gov
crnment claims that at the time the cotton
was seized the owners were aiders and
Collections made, and
abettors of the rebellion; that some of them
had been members of- the Confederate
Congress, commissioners and agents for
the Confederacy, and thai they purchased
the cotton with a view to aiding persons
engaged in the rebellion; and that they
1 n niPAn mtinli Wtnnnm ts fnwtfa awn t a onl .
On that occasion, the youth and beauty of dierg and miaj 80idieH to enlist.
Edgefield will turn out enmasse. I in answer to these charges the present
Seeiouslt III. We regret to hear that claimant avers mat at no ume did any oi
r x tj if ..u n.thiF ami enter, me nrm oi wmca ue is a memoer noiu any
Dr. J.P.Matthews, a worthy and.enter- , . ConMerale overDment
prising citizen of Edgefield, u dangerously induce eoldiers to enlist, take oath of alle-
ill, and.bul little hopes entertained of bis giance to the Confederate States, or buy
Fire Ehqine for Edgefield. The
corporation checks, in regard to prove the grounds, and inaugurate the fair hag been organize() and the boys expect to 186ff forbidding i
led to "committees" and "depart- next spring, the Directory must have make the machine do good service yet. going into the South for
money, n tnereiore oenoovea our mer
chants, mechanics and farmers, and the
public generally, to interest themselves in
the enterprise.' The stock will be divided
into shares of $25 each, with a call of 25
per cent. Thoee who are not able to sub.
i I i?r. .L.... Ain if nnven IhPir
. -. i . HHtA ntTnrn i n.n ph wnii I DpnnH iiilv Hiiaico. L4u ' n uw..
rates. At auy ioio t.n r . j . .
bPpn inveetine in checks for the pur- names fora smaller amount, but all should
r.Jn nf Krinrrinir Miit. yesterday notififd become interested.
their brokers not to buy such checks, but to The grounds are just beyound and ad
.i : i . Utt l imnintr Mpirnse. and it al any time :i is
IV lUUQtt 10BUCU IV IUC liBimo K'J I J " r ' -
J I . .
their bonds. He admitted that during the
war he traveled through the South,
oml nnrchased cotton from planters, and
magnificent engine, built for Deluge Fire I tbat he frequently gave money to. needy,
Company No. 3, of Nashville, was yester- soldiers. ' i
day transferred to Edgefield. A company STa.
all persons lrom
the purpose of
xnmmprrial intrrrfiiirsa with the Rebels.
GolnctO Xexaa. I .t. :,ln .t Afr HnhTia nnintr Sth
A company of soldiers belonging to the A nurchasinc cotton made him disloyal
25th U. S. Regulars passed through the and rendered the cotton Subject to cjnfis-
cilv yesterday en route- for Texas. They cation. -.,,,., . ,t'-j
cjty yesterdays .,.- ; Judge Blitchford. in charging the jury,
HtlTID STATd LV.-0 OTUIK 8ICCBIT1CS.
5-20s, 1st series -109
5- 20s, Zd series---.. .Hi7
6- 20s, 3d lerics 107
Tcnnettee Bonds 6i
" Coupons ...... SO
Louisville 4 Nashville K. R. Stock 63
" Tax Bece'ptj 20
Nashvillo 4 ChatUnooca B. It. Stock 24
Nashville and Chattanooga B- B. Bonds 64
MemDhis and Charleston B. B. Stock IS
Planters' Bank Stock- 12
Union Bank. Stock- 12
Nashville Corporation Checks 75
Bonds ( Id) 55
" (new) 52
" " Conooas .. 76
South Nashville Street B. B. Stock 25
Suspension Bridc9 Stock... 100
Davidson County Coupons 05
" Wajrants.- 55
" Co. Bonds issued LoaisvilleB-R 52
" other roads 71
Slonteomery County Bonds oo
Kast Tennessee and Virginia B.B. indors'd 60
. ia i3i
whom the services were rendered, bro
kers are now making a distinction between
them. It is proper for ua to say that cither
description of these checks are taken m
payment of taxes.
We are much pleased to notice mat
iwpntv years will taKe uus p;r, accomplished much good among ine mem
nouncement for its full value, ana uio hers. At fint a probation of six months
..nnral niiblic cannot find a better mau to wal required before an aspirant could he-
deal with, or a better stock to select from. corae a fuu mcmber of the Children of
Whitem&n A Broa. wii), lrom mis uaic, jjary, but now three years memoersuip
tr 5 cents per ponnd for country cotton willl the Angels" is required, and then
,. thev can be admitted a child of Mary by
Albert & Seeman present to-day their eeciion among the members of the latter
second mammoth auction sale of fancy eociety. Recently about sixty aspirants
.!.: .iTP;n rmnila. tovs. wotK-bOxes, prn n.lmiHcd tr fell membcrshin. and a
etc etc. Go, by alt means, and get jeady iarge numl)er 0f Angels were added to the Mrs. E. W. Hickman, of Edgefield, has
t'. nrniroachinc holidays. ;un;or Rockty. and the ceremony on Sun- collected and paid into the hands of Mr.
lu"uwt' . " " .... I tt T. T.. .1 1 fll..M.mnrfll
t rA,.Vpr; manufacturing, corner aiau- day ls8t was lo rcce,ve these young enne- n. u. iucKHer, w.
th ihelr Association of Tennessee, for re-interring
itonand jotm nuunuwi ... , t
V of every description. The trade sup- badge3 and medals. the Confederate dead, tho sum of one hun-
,r, AW fifteen minutes before tim e, two dred and ninety ($190) dollars ; and we
Yeatman Shields & Co., sell a Urge con- hundred and fifty girl-, all dressed in cheerfully make this announcement, her tied the mailer
signment of' staple drygoods today. white, with wreaths ef white flowers and name not having been published in the f'0B
t. tw.. X Cc. offer extraordinary lontr flowinL' veil.-, emerced from St. Ber- former notice of contributions. wu
VylUUK., J-'Vwow " -l.il .
inducements to purchasers at auction in the nard's Convent, preceded by the cross-
line of staple and lancy uryguw-, - nearer anu iwo aiieuuauie, auu maiui
W. C. Collier, tho popular uooksener four abreast to the Cathredal door, wlure
TTmnn street, who not only deserves the iino Beparated, a line two abreast
ii,. Pttpnded patronage he has, hut n marching up the south aisle, and another
rcat deal more, left us yesterday, for similiar lino taking the north aisle, and
die reat publishing centers of the coun- meeting at the head if the middle aisle,
trv to send forward a new stocic lor mo uown wmcu iuey mar.ueu uu iuu. iui"
Christmas Holidays and for regular and seats. It is a noteworthy fact that the
fpneral roading. He will spend two or ciiuaren Kepi perieci siej., anu ptnuim
,encr fc ..n f,:nni1a 1 ihU nnrlinn nf lliplr dutv with the Dre-
three weeks ahroau, anu iuU . . 1 . . , :,.
Vesrera commenced about three o'clock,
and after the singing of the Magnificent by
the choir, and receiving the Biehop's bless
ing, the children sang that bsautiful hymn,
mice ' .... .
who wish to communicate with him may
address him, caroJ. B. Lippmcott ua,
TUC Cumbcrlnnil Almanac.
Our neghborsof the .Banner have i
medtho Cumberland Alma nae for 19
-the 39th year. Gen. A. P. Stewart
makes tho calculations lor it; and in all
respects it is equal to its predecessors,
:v valuable compend of informa
tion, containing a great number of facto,
.. l i. ifo;noi1 pUewhere in so
tlial oannui uo uun...-
convenient a form.
Mr. Brent Spcnce, an old and highly
nctnn.med citizen of Davidson county,
died yesterday morning at the residenco
nr fiBn Dnnlan. in this oity. For many
years of his life, an activo and enterprise
n i.ii;nea man. Mr. Spence was a
useful citizen in the community where ho
has io long lived, and the announcement
r i.5a dPftlh will he read with regret by
many who have known him intimately in
fl,pr nnd better days. The funeral win
take place at 11 o'clock, this morning, at
donce ofGen.J.T. Dunlap,o
37 McLemore street.
fi,n fr.fsmed Newcomb Ministrels
after an nnparalled mccess of eighteen
their Opera Houe,
r-:n,ti have started out on a
through the country, and will visit Nash
ville on next Monday nipht, appearing for
fivenichts at Masonic Hall. This com-
panv is well-known to our citizens as ono
nf the very best in the country, and during
their utay here, we predict
I lllllH SlllO.
Your attention Is called to the large eale
of China at Campbell & Spires this day
! in o'clock A. m. Sec advertisement in
-omW rnliimn. Our wholesale depart
ment will bo continued in the rear part of
the store as usual.
Wa r tilrared to see our former fellow
citizen and excellent friend H- C. Apple
;n ,,r mid takins a li'tle businew
LL,;i. fmm bin hcadouarlers in tho eity
f fiinrinnati. How do Pomology and
There will be a crand ball given at Fire-
un. No. 2. on College street, next
for tbe benefit of
TMirhacl Wahh. From the announcements
ilv made bv a competent committee, a
good time may be expected by those who
iii!nr opmirman and
allCUd. 1 IURCib nuin a
ladie?, one dollar.
-vv.. rmld reppectfully, ju
rltins. call the attention of the
nrn,r authoritii-s to a frequent and con-
nnwance on Sont
hunrtd feet from Church street, a, it is not
only vftMhc but dangerous to al i posers m .
rlm Nupclnl Xotlcc!
t.,. PPlred an extensive lot of Botile-
ci,:.,. rl.inphilla Cloaks, and ladiea'
..i nt.' Shawlf. which we offer at ex
ceedingly low prices.
Cms. RicnEisisr. & to.,
nov2-tf 40 College street.
"Ilail 1 thou purest of immortals 1
Hail I thou who in bliis doth now shincl
Hail t thou who opeVt Heaven's portals !
Alary. O make us all thine.
Alary. Alary. Alary, make us all thine.
The children of Mary then went up to
the altar railing to receive their badges,
a sash of white silk, with gold star on the
shoulder and the letters A. Y. M. beauti
fully worked in gold on the breast. The
Bishop and the Rev. P. F. Coyle presented
ths badges. There are now abont two hun
dred members of this tanity.
The little angels then proceeded to the
altar railing to receive their badges, con
silting of a guardian angel medal attached
to a purple ribbon. Previous to receiving
them, one of the agel?, Theresa McKeon,
stipported.on the right and left by Annie
Dolin and Alice Quigley, each bearing a
lighted taper, advanced to the altar step,
and kneeling, read the act of coneecratioa
in a clear and distinct voice and with per
fect accent and pronunciation.
All the children having resumed their
seats, then sang
"Oh mother 1 I could weep for mirth,
Joy fills rnv heart bo fast;
Aly soul to-day is heaven on earth;
0, could the transport last.
This was followed by an address from
the Bishon. which was one of the most
touching and edifying we have ever heard
So simple that the youngest child could
appreciate it and the hardest heart feel its
fnrpp. Ant Mteinnt to cive a synopsis ot
his remark would bo fruitless hi words
were Christian wisdom.
Benediction having been given, the crowd
retired outside the door, to witnefs the re
turn of the children to the convent, which
done with the eame accuracy and
beauty as on their mtry into tbe church.
A word as to their cinging : earea
lover of mnsic and hate discard ; the eing
ing of theee children we unhesitatingly
pronounce wonderful, and better musicians
than we say as innch and mora in behalf of
their vocal qualifications; may flod bless
all eistera and children !
1 Ffcui in i Saloon.
A real fist and ekull fight occurred in a
satoon on South Cherry street last night
between W. B. Cunningham and J. H.
Mahey, the former a countryman and the
latter the bar-keeper. Ine countrynan
was badly bruised up, his head being cut in
several places. The bar-keeper was struck
nn ili.- IiphiI hut not much damaced. Cause
Inking- Care of Money.
Hattio Ford, an old inhabitant of the
jungle city, was arrested last night on a
charge ot stealing iweuiy-mo "'"
from Georso Burbanks, from Jvnoxviue.
After getting tho man drunk, Hattio took
what money ho had for safe keopmg. a
, , - , .
tUA !, .tipr ith a few words kindly rieid searcli was maae anu nmuiu uui-
monev beinc restored-to Italy lars and fifty cents found accroted aDoni
oraan's drew" returned to hcr person. Tho ltrst report was tnai
Africa. slia had stolen ; nut mo rumor
itcirctlvo Hose. was probably unfoundsd. Tho man was
. .in, ?, ; Mftrkpt street Saturday i..air rlmnk that tho real amount
;iL L11U IIIW rj(j u V iA. j i - -
nicht it was very plainly demonstrated stolo cannot bo ascertained until to day.
. . iv-j. I
tlin linen nmr in USB DV WIU iru i .
.. ' , . .. . .i:. in iii.f I i" -- - - 'rim Sew oritaui ucc.
ion io me toiiet, eo ?K' . .,. ;s : a vcrv lcakv condition, . -.. -., nr ,h(, o0th
i useu accuruiui; iu uuti.u.-, n.. . , uu
deemed proper to combine Park and Fair.
Grounds, what a delightful spot is here
Itnly vs. Aflcn
An Italian woman who vends fruits and
an African woman who vends flowers had
n nn. jv w.ir nf words near the corner of
Collece street and the Square at six o'clock
last evenin?. Another woman s dres", or
the price thereof, was the matter in dis
pule. Italy having by fifteen cents failed
to pay Africa tbo amount stipulated for
the eame. A considerate policeman eet-
Bilver..- IZ ,Z
D0MI3TIQ JLND TO&K1GH IXCBASer.
On New York par. 1-20
On Cincinnati. 'A
On Louisville . " 1-10
On Memohn ii
Un London and Liverpool 46 75 per pound.
On Uubun.... b 3
On Edinburgh S 75
the simple act of Mr. Roberts going Sauth g SgSrtZZ ZZ T w '"a-ttte
We have made arrangemenos to supply oar
customers witn Kevenue bumps attne loiiotT'
inc low rates, discount payable in stamps, y ix :
On nnrrliiutM nnder S2a Par
On purchases of S31 or more3 percent, dis
un purenases oi no or aoroajs
On purchases of tlOO or more 31 "
On purchases of $200 or more Vi "
On purchases of i300 or more 4J4 "
On purchases of 110 or more 4?4
All orders must be accompanied by tbe money
or check for tho amount, b'timps will be sent
by mail or express, as airecteo.
. USD W-BRAXTS.
40s. War of 1S12 40
80s. War of 1S12 . DO
120?, War of 1812 $130
120s, not War of 1311 130
160s. War or 1S12- - 172
ICOs. not War of 1812. 170
ulatpd that in renderinz- a verdict they
were to leave out entirely all the charges
against the claimant except two, namely,
that the claimant violated a law of Con
gress by going into the South at that time
for the purpese of commercial intercourse,
and that lloberts and .Taylor had given
funds to aid and comfort the rebellion.
The court also charged the jury that the
case was very complicated, and they were
in rnnoiilpr it as sensible men. and deter
mine how much of the charges of the
plaintiff had been sustained.
TIIK CATTLE DISEASE.
The disease now so prevalent and ro
fatal among the milch cows of Alexandria,
Ya,, and vicinity, has finally been dis
covered to be "long fever." Dissections
made in numerous instances have invari
ably found all the tissues and organs of
tbe animals to be in a healthy condition,
except the lunge, which are almosteolidified.
Tlio Popular Dentlfrlra.
From Q. F. J. Colburn, Doctor of .Dental Sur
gery, Newark, K. J .
Thp normlsr detifrice known as Sozo-
i -r- . . , . . ..
dont, besides being a very pleasant auui-
anda portion of it altogether untrust- g of the approaching meeting over tho
worthy in cases of great emergency, iho Metairie Gourge .
deficiency in this particular was a serious -. .t-hloa have arrived within
i -.i tn 4l.o n.twrlmunt nn'd Tre I ...t .Intra tn tnltn part in tho com
hono before tho next big fire to see them ing races over tho Metairie and are all
luiiin....., I . . . . . . . . 1 in nr mp nrllpr IOC VI JS. uuu"
The followinc delegates to the Fenian better supplied with material lor cucc- K . 0re39in2 finely, and arrange
Coagrefs, which convenes at Philadelphia tive work, and in order that it may not ment9 be;np completcd for the proper
i .!.- it.- ottT- Rnnilav nfiprnnon : I V. nrtwlnptpd raivr call tho attention Ot
IU UJ , ll'h 1 11 0 I WW MVjj.ww. " " - " "
S. Mullen, District Center; D. S. Mundy, tho City Council, insurance companies,
prove of tho greatest utility to the health
ot the moulu and teem.
Spalding's Glue," with brush, always
ready for use.
M. McCormack, T. McKinley and J- W
and other interested citizens to tho im-
Dortai.ce of having for tho Fire Depart-
In a case tried last week atColumbns,
Ga., in which suit was brought against
Cipt J. J. Grant to recover tbe value of
same cotton destroyed in the burning of
the Planter's Warehouse, the Court in sub
stance, gave the following decision: If
af Me fi'me of stcrinK cotton, the planter
requests the warehoueeman to insure it, folders?
anu no iauii iu uu nu, iuc wmcuuusciuau 13
liable fjr any loss that may occur; but if
such an agreement be made ajter the tor
age and without additional consideration,
the warehouseman is not bound to iusure,
nor is ho liable for any loss that may
happen by fire.
John King's suit against the Paschall
House Association creates quite a commo
tion at St. Loui3. Many of the papeis
refuse to publish the details, for tbe reason
that the association is jet owing them
largely for advertising.
The Knoxville Branch of the Louis
ville and Nashville Railroad hai beeu com-
Bank of Tennessee, old
issuo .... ,23
Planters' Bank -par
Union Bank .par
B'k of Chattanooga. 06
Bink of Commerce, par
liinu 01 Knoxviiis, to
Bank of Memphis 95
B'k of AliddleXenn. 95
Bank of Fans, par
cans oltae union, par
B'k of West Tenn- 30
Buck's Bank ..par
City Bank 63
Commercial Sank 25
Merchants' Bank par
Southern Bank- 10
1.110 a uenerai in
surance Co. . 10
Bank of Camden. 20
Bank of Charleston, SO
HanK of unestcr IB
Bankol leoretown 06
Bank of llambunr CS
Bankof Nowberry 25
Bank or the State of
South Carolina 21
Commercial Bank 01
Exchange Bank . 07
Farmers' and Ex
change Bank 01
Merchants' liank 06
Planters' Bank of
People's Bank 60
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank 20
Stato Bank 03
Southwestern R. B- 28
Union Bank SO
Sank of Mobile 90
U'k of Montgomery, SO
Bank of Belma - 25
Central Bank 02
Commercial Bank 05
Eastern liank 50
Northern Bank B0
Southern Bank V
Central K. B. B'k- 95
Banking Co 9S
B'k ofMid-Oeoreia. 90
Marine Bank 95
Bank of Augusta 70
Auzusta Insurance- 01
Bankof Columrus (8
Bank of Commerce, 05
Bank of the hmnre
State . 15
Bank of Athens- 50
Bank of Fulton 40
Bank of Savannah. 50
Baak of the State of
Georgia- -. 23
City B'k of Augusta, 42
Farmers and Me
chanics' Bank 08
Mechanics Bank 01
Merchant & Plant
era' Bank C5
Planters' Bank 18
Union Bank 0a
Bacon Demand limited. Wc quote
clear sides 17lSe ; shoulders 14c; conn
try hams 1617c.
Cavased Hajis. Fancy sngar cured
19c; choice plain 1617c.
Lard Choice leaf in tierce is down to
lGc; in kegs and cans 17c.
Buckwheat F loue Declined to
$11 50 per bbl, sacks included. Eich
barrel contains a sufficient number of the
labeled sacks for the retail dealer.
CnESTXrns We heard of the sale of 50
bushels to-day at S3 per bushel.
Beaus White command 53 per bushel.
ArPLia Green apples are in demand at
$1 101 25 per bushel, or S3 per bbl.
HoiiiNr We quote at $3 506 per bbl .
Flour Market active. We quote
Superfine S6; extra superfine S77 50;
single extra SS8 50; double extra S9
9 50; treble extra S1010 50; family
S10 60SH; extra family Sllll 50;
fancy 1212 50.
Sam The pork packing season having
commenced, salt is moving off briskly at
old quotations $4 for seven bushel barrels
by the car load ; S3 20 for five bushsl
ScaAR We quote : Demarara 15J15i;
Porto Bico 1314c; Cuba 13 ; stand
ard harda 17c; A Coffee 16Jc; B do,16c;
C extra do. 153c.
Molasses asu Sirups Have declined
a traction. We quote lor common to
Coffee Bio, common to strictly choice
21251c; Java 3S40c; Lsguyra 7c
Fish We quote mackerel aa follows
No. 1 per half bbl. Sll ; No. 2 do S9 75
10. No. 3 do Sj 50 ; No. 1 in kits S3; No,
2doS2 75; No. 3do$2 50.
Bice. For best Carolina, we quote at
Candles. Market firm at the following
quotations: Star, light weight 18c per lb.;
summer mould SO per box.
Cheese Market well supplied. Wa
quote Westerd Reserve ISc pr lb; factory
8ARDINE3. We quote for quarter boxes
20c per box by tbe case. 0
Nails. We quote for lOd's 55 25 per
keg, and 2oc for each diminishing grade.
Hides. Wo quote dry flint at 20c; dry
salt 15c; green salt 11c; green 10c.
Wool Washed 37c; unwashed 20c.
S2 75 : No. 3, S2 50.
KorE We quote at 12113c.
Baooinq Kentucky Hemp 24c doz.;
Ward 23c; Green Leaf 25c; Flax2526c.
Shot. Patent per bag S3 25 ; Buck
Iron. Tennesseecommon bar 8Jc; Ken
lucky do 5c; Tennessee bind 1010lc
Kentucky do 77Jc
Beeswax We continue to quote at 36c
Gisseno We quote at 80c.
Cotton Yarns. We continue to quSte
500s at 20j, COOj at 18, 700s at 10c.
Raos. Whiteman Bros, are paying 51c.
Ciscixxati. 0T-23 -Flour and grain jaiet
and unchanged. Whisky 97c. Cotton farm;
middlings 22Kc Bulk shoulders 9Sc- tides 13
13Mc- Lard 14K8150. Kama 1315c Sujar
12X15e. Coffee 212Sc. App!aS3 Pota
toes SC90c Batter 3533c. ggs 32j.
THE COTTON JIAKKETM.
Gold is without material change. The
following are the New York quotations of
Toe "University" and " Lone Star" Kvater than is used
played for the junior championehip of tho
county yesterday afternoon, the gsme re
sulting in favor of the former the score
ment ho3o that will not wasio muro ordered irom x ana vaprcsn.
casion. in a iew uays mo nj
bring 31 to !
To bo I 'at In Operation.
Trainor's extensive whisky distillery,
located on the Nashville and Northwest
ern Railroad, one milothis side of Kings
ton Springs, will bo put in operation to
ilnv. It is one of the most extensive
. - r . l 1 . ..aitH ir la
accommodation oi iuo iuio "
expected will be in daily attendance. A
day or two ago wo had a sight of tho
WUfc " -JC) " , . ' lllllfcCCll v. w " " 1
one hundred and twenty-eight miles lrom
Louisville. The first train ran to that
point on Wednesday.
Frank Vaughn, colored, who was ar
reFted solus time since on a chargo of distilleries in tho State, put up at a cost
maliciously shooting another negro boy of something liko 40,000, and will bo
in tho abdomen, near Antioch, was ar- ay0 j0 turn out a quantity of the afore-
mence filling up with the hundreds who
are now on the way from all sections to
attend tho meeting. We therefore look
for a groat increase in thd gonernl busi
ness ol the city, and trust that the weath
er may prove as propitious as the other
attending signs, in which case success
will bo insured.
Brow was Furrow'- and His
Eyes were Dim.
raigned before Justice Wilkinson yester
day. There was no person appeared to
prosecute him and he was discharged.
A negro girl named Daisy Ewing(
about twelve years of age, was arrested
yesterday on a charge of stealing a gold
watch from Mrs. J. York. She was sent
to tho Workhouso and will have a hear
James Hagan, and expert cracksman,
who was shot by a policeman some time
since for attempting to cscapo, was up
before Justice Mathews yesterday on a
chargo of burglary in stealing a watch
and $40 from a man named Gaylard. He
was bound over to tho Criminal Court,
and in default of security was committed
Ladies linen handkerchiefs at 25c, at S.
Sickle?, 17 Union street. nov 5-tf.
Go and examine the beautiful drygood
8t -HAS. 1UCIIEIMER& U).,
In Dissinz by one of our marble yard
yesterday, we noticed a monument made of
the celebrated Scotch granite, in its ioi-
The distillery located in Wilson county i,hed condition it very mnch resembles toe
belonging to tho sarao gentleman, will bo ; a3t Tennessee marble.
. ..... t rvil- r n...mln. I . "
started about tne iuin w vm""i hied.
trlmn it i5 contcmnlated to commence T h:. af 9 o'clock yjsttrday morning.
the manufacture of a superior article of Mr. Bkest Sfi.ce. an aged and esteemed
, .!. tu VWsnm eillten.
sour masn wnisivy, o
His b:ow was furrow 'd and his eyes were dim.
His head was bent as if in pensive thought,
Dis hat was shabby, and no doubt to him
Eecurr'd the time whtn that same hat was
But meditations such as these can't heal
A broken ehapeaux, or a cranium sore.
Or give such easo as only those can feel
Who get their hats from
WAIN k WALKEB'S store.
Tarn nmlj Umbrellas,
AVIintnlltff Itnllronil Earns.
In October, 1SC0, the Louisville and
Nashville railroad and its branches
earned $209,793 79; in October, 1807,
$241,715 16 ; inOctober, 1S6S, S107.272 55.
In October, 1807, it earned $31,921 37
moro than in October, 18GG, and $23,341 61
more than in October, 1S6S.
: ih friends and acquaintan Chancery Sale of Valuable Parm.
.Bbest Spisce, are invited to attendhis funeral uuuuu" J
'at tho residence of lien. J. T. Dunlap, Io. o
McLemore street, at 11 o'clock a. m., Tuesday.
Services by the Bev. Dr. A. J. Baird and the
Rev. Dr. W. E. Ward-
November 24, 1868.
On and after this date, we will only pay Five
nnttta nr nnnnn fnr'pnnfl ponntry CettOn
the eceno of an agreeable social party, at R WHITEMAN BBOS.
i.;V, tho rnimif folks Bnent the evening November 24-tf
it .i.v ...v. ; n 1
The St Clmrles Hotel was last night
40 Collego street.
Merinos at greatly
n,, it S Sickle.. 17 Union
. nam stnrlf of Furs from the
AlOl" . .
Umlarm T!v Eur Company, just received
at W. A. Dwycr, 35 Tcblic Square, selling
. -..... At onmnctltion. nov-i--i
l pncea uinv u; 1
We have one or two good job presses for
fale, which can be had at at a bargain by
app ication at tbe oi-e of the Usion ard
Antonio Corrieri, at his fine Fruit store
v TO. Church street, opposite the .Max
well Houee, keeps all the choice Fruils of
the season. Nuts, Candies, &c, and is now
rrfivinc a choice lot of Date?, Figs, Or-
n.l tvrv thine in his lino. He
mpplits hundred? every day. Givo him
Ilio I'f iilim t'onureti.
A general Congercss' of the Fenian
llrotherhood convenes at Philadelpliia to
day, at the cill of Gen. O'Neill, President
of tho organizition.
It is expected that the different circles
in tho United States, Canada, Ireland
Mexico, Australia, and Ilrazil wilt be rep
resented by about nix hundred delegates,
making it th largest and most effective
Fenian Congress ever held in America.
Oen. O'Xeill, in his circular, advises
that til the circles eend delegates to this
The moat important part of this circular
iu the private inductions to delegate,
that thev fhall come to the Congress fur-
?al,r,i with a ftatcment. eiened by the
ofiiceM of his circle, ppecifying the full
amount of money that may be iu pave3-
sion of hi circle for transportation 'o tbo
ftontier, or whatever other purpose, tbe
arms and war material on hand, and what
euch circle can raise for future contingen
cie, in the event of a call upon them in a
Those in want of a nice lot in Edge
field will do well to attend tho Trustee's
gale, at tho Courthouse to-day, at 12 o'clock.
Bargains may be expected.
Received another laage lot of 114 all
wool Blankets, at $0 50 per pair
at Ciias. KionmiEn & Co ,
nov22lf 43 College street.
Academy or Music.
It is always pleasant to drop in at tbe
Academy of Music, became everybody
seems to be io a good humor. The enter
tainment is always pleasing, and the audi
ence therefore in the beat of spirits. We
notice that the charming vocalist, Mary St.
Martin has returned, and as U3ual is
creating .1 furore. Go to-night and see tho
great variety performance.
Court has adjourned until next Tuesday,
when the investigation of bail cases will be
The cie of Clark, Gregory & Co., vs. J.
W. Wilson, suit for a debt, was concluded
yesterday. The jury rendered a verdict of
5S80 in favor of plaintiff. The reiuiinder
of the day was consumed in beiring argu
ments on motions fornaw trial.
An interesting revival is being held at
the Cumberland Presbyterian Church on
Summer street. The attendance is large,
and we understand that a number of ac
cessions to the church have been made.
LtiLitlia Scruggs, colored, was bound
over to the Criminal Court yesterday by
quiro Pohl, on a charge of larceny, Jand
in default of security wai committed to
Tlniranl. colored, who was ar
rested Satuiday night, charged with steal
ing $22 from John Purcell, was arranged
before Jaslice Mathews yesterday and in
default of security for his appearance at
the next term of the Criminal Court, was
sent to jail-
most oleasantly. An excellent band oi
music was engaged for tho occasion; and
in the mazes of the dance, nimblo leet
and merry hearts participated until a lato
Arrival of Emigrant.
The McMinnvillcJSjitfrJrtee elates that
duile a number of emigrants arrived over
the McMinnvillc and .Mancuesier uauroau
on Saturday last. Most of them have
located in that county, while some go to
Van Burcn and o-.hcrs to Cumberland
.New Carpels ! Xcw Carpel ! I
Call and examine the new stock of Carpetine,
AVool and Brussels, just received, and are of
fered very low, by
BEECH. MAVLOVE CO-.
novlStf Xo. 6) N. College street.
Jenkins' Stomach B tters !
NOTICK TO INVALIDS.
Sng rort. Administrator, vs. Heirs and Cred-
itors of C A. Sags.
TN PUBSUANCR OF AN OBDEB MADE IN
1 thiscaue at the October terra, IKS. .of the
Chancery Court at Clarksville. I will offer lor
sale, to tho highest bidder, on the premises,
O11 !-aturday, December 19, 1SGS,
tho Farm belonging to tho estate of C. A. haze.
deceased. Tbolarm contains about 420 acre.,
is situated about twelve miles, from Clarksville.
ad. nnd within one mtlo 01
Forfs Station, on the Edgefield and Kentucky
railroad. Ihe improvements consist of a good
dwelling, ont-houscs, Cno stables and barns.
There are about 3CO acres of the tract cleared,
the balance being heavily timbered.
TEBMS One and two years, aotes wits
good security required, nnd a lien retameu.
The notes beartnttJat p
November IS. lSC9-nov22 tf
134 at 11:25, 134 at 125, 134 at 2;05,
ISil at 2:30, and closed at 134 at 3:10,
Dealers here were offering to buy at 134
and to sell at 133.
Government securities were quoted in
New York yesterday aa follows :
U. S. 6s of 'SI
5-203 .1st series . .
5-3)3 2d series
5-20s 3d series-
5-20s new issue, '65
5-20s new iwue, '67.
5-20s new issue, '63 ...
London advices of yesterday
United States 5,-20s at 74J.
Exchange on New York was taken by
the banka yesterday at c discount and sold
by them at par.
Tennessee bonds were quoted in New
York yesterday at C9Jc for the old,
and G8Jc for tbe new.
Nashvillevcorporation checks are dull
in but little demand. Dealers are buying
those, itsned for services at 7576c, and
those issued to committees and depart
ments at 65c.
The sales of Southern State bonds at the
New York Stock Exchange at the second
board on the 18th inst. were as follows:
$ 4.000 North Carolina 6s new. 61J4
iv.wj icnueasco w, urn - w,
The sales on the 19th were as follows:
3 9.0C0 Virginia Cs, old .-
lw.WJl - -io
lb., and prime clear rib and clear sides at I
!c Strips are held at 18J$19o. lb. , rpnEFINE PAPSENOERS1
Coax This grain continues dull and the in- I X erTy rone, To Uabui?
niniinf thrt mnfil limitf-fl character. Ir?e I . ic w. rirlr will 1
Within tho past few days we have ob
served several droves of lino mules and
horses passing through tho city en route
fnr Alfihnma and Gcorcia. Thay como
mainly from Kentucky.
x rntii Jump.
A negro man, whoso nama we were
unable to learn, was found within a few
miles of the city yesterday mora ing 'on
the Nashville and Chnttnnoogu railroad
lying near the track with his neckbroken
nnd hig body iircatly injured. Upon en
quiry we found that ho lived not far from
the place where ho was found and that
on Saturday night he jumped from tho
train. He told the baggage master that
he wanted to get off there and ho was re-
ferred to the conductor but before he
could see the conductor tbe train had
reached the placo where he wanted to
stop, so stepping out upon the platform he
gave a spring and probably struck his
head against tho ground broaking his neck
ami ciusinir instant death. IIo was con
All persons suffering from Dyspepsia, Indi
gestion, tick Ileadacno. Costiveness; all mo
otfects of Fover. Chills. Ague, or any derange
ment of the system, will find in
JKXltlX'S STOMACH BITTERS
a certain and most effectual TONIC and 1N
VIGORATOR. It is confidently recommended
by some of the best rhyaicians, as the BEST
SPECIFIC known for alt the disurders of tho
Stomach, and a most effectual preventive fxr
all MIASMATICAL lnfluen:es.
It is composed of pure and lresh HERBS and
BABK3, and compounded on tho most soien
tifio principles of medical skill.
Tho Proprietor holds certificates from several
persons, who have experienced the bonefit of
this GREAT STRENGTiin.VER AND RENO
VATOR of tho human system.
Foreale able Drugjists. and by
R. P. JENKINS,
Wholesale Druggist and Importer.
No. 33 North Market street.
novlifiin . Nashville, Tenn.
Call ttiul Nee tho elegant stock of Fancy
Dress and Staplo Drygoods, now being reoeived
by BEECII, MANL0VE & CO.,
nov!5 If No. 60 North College street.
The highest market prlso will be raid in cash
for 'feu Thounnil Flour Bnrrels, at tbe
Jackson Mill", South Market street.
novS lm JOUN J. McUA.NA.
Banner and PpringGeld Register copy.
Pronertv Holders should never be
without a Fire Policy in the old, well
Notice to Show Cause In Bankrupt ry
Tins is to t.ive notice that s. c j
1 7alkor, J.B.Loftin and J.H. Glenn, of Mar
shall county, Tennessee, have tiled intbo ottioe
of the Clerk of this court their petitions Tor Ui j
charge, and it was thereupon ordered by the
court that a hearing bo had npon tho sama
On Hie "Otli I3-of November, ISC1?,
. ihctimiTi nf S. 9 and 91 A. M at tho offico of
W. N. JlOUgOty. r.Sq.. JVtKUl". in Uouur.
Marshall county, Tcnnessoo, and that all credit-,
ors who havo proven their debt, and other
persons interested may appear at said time and
place, and show cause, ir any mey nave. nj
tne prayers oi saiu i "-. -r
ed and that tho second and third meetings of
a id creditors wU. .d t.- .nd
U. 3. Dist. Court Mid. Dist. of Tenn.
nov7 Satd'ys 3t
Notice to Sbow Cause
IS TO GIVE
HIS IS TO GIVE MTIUK. ,f UAr w .
.Inhmnn. Vnjter. Early Co. b. is. Hall, v.
- ... . : . i 1.1, 1'
Andrew Gregory. W. F. Frey. V, . D. McNith.
Samuel II. fctout and R. G. Thompson, all of
Daviilson county. Tennessee, havo filctt m.-uo
offico of the Clerk of thi3 court, their retuion
for dtschargo. and it was thereupon ordered by
iho court that a hearing be bad upon tho eama
On iu' 'J3U tiny r Novfnicer, l!OS,
ot the hours of 10M. U. "Ji --,.M- '-
2i. 12'A. l li nJ 2 p- M- respectively at
the office of A. S. Bradley, Register, Jo. .3M
Cherry street, Nashville, Tennessee, and that alt
creditors who have proven their dobts. anil
..i - :....ttd1 ttiiv nnnear at saia
lime and place and show cause, if any the
have, why the prayer of said retltions should
not be granted, and that the second and third
meetings of the creditors will be had before tho
U.f. Dist- Court Middle Diit. lenn-norlwed'sSt
M 0110 Tennessee 6s.old. bet c ....
10,00) do new, 2d call
15.000 North Carolina 6i, old
4,0i0 do new
10.000 do 2d c- -
4.000 Missouri 6s
SlO.OtO Tennessee 6s. new, bet call C3
C..00O do 67?i
At the tecond open board S20.000 Ten
nessee C', new, olt! at CSl and $5,000 at
the third board at 03.
The New York Pott of the afternoon of
the 10th inst. says:
"Tho tranactions in gold have been above
the average, with the tone of tho market fever
ish. In tho esrliest loans of gold as high as i-lG
ot ono per cent. was. paid for iu use uniil to
morrow; latin-, however, from three to five per
cent, was paid lor carrying. The combination
operating tf r a higher premium are met with
free sales at i35, believed to bo made for the
account of the government-
"Ihe money market is abundantly supplied
Bates at the banks are six and seven per cent.,
although a largo number of loans by private
Tenders are made at fivo per cent: theso are
mostly on pledge of government bonds. This
extremo abundance of money is partially
accounted for by the limited demand from stock
broken, who are as a rule indisposed to engage
in new operations whilo the uncertainties inci
dent to tho Erio rrouble continue. A moro
active business is reported in commercial paper,
.Ithnuoh lh snnnlv is nl vet trreatly in excess
of tho demand. Bte3 continue firm, and are
as last quoted
In thn rnrrrnment bond market thcro is a
moro settled feoling, and leading dealers rport
a fair investment demand, onouiu money con
fitiim trt Mi! nt : Ihn nresent lair rates, it is ex
pected that many who wero forced to sell during
the recent stringency will aeain purchaso iu
order to obtain the most proiuaoio erarioymcni
for surplus lunds.
Notice to Show Caui-e In Bankruptcy.
mllTSISTO GIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN
T wSn.1 Jonas I. Wilson. M. L. McKlroyand
fnnni,l (lnmB v. faawver. V. nus-
tell and F
Nashville, Monday, Nov. 23
Cottok Tlie market opened bouyant
thU morning, and continued aclivethrougli
out the day, all offerings beins freely taken,
and closed firm at the following quotations:
n.,i:nn.v .... 19!;
Good Ordinary - 20k3
Low Middling I
The transactions of the day foot up as
follows; the sales being the largest of any
M- Lautor. of Lincoln county. Ten
. n!.i in the nffim nf tha Clerk ot
veyed to his home yesterday and properly tried, and Reliable State Insurance this ";irtuhnr0?a1ertei3by tffit ahlii one ?ay duri"E "'e ''
oared for. Company of Nashville. Vbbaeduponthersame s$tV!ZZZZZZZZZZ".
On tlio 1st dny of December, lbOS
FianitKD Alpaca at 22Jc yard at S.
ir rTninn treet uovo-ll.
ONE DOLLAR TILL JAN'Y, 1969
Persona wishing the Daily Union and
American for the balance of this year,
can get it for ONE DOLLAR till Janusry
1669; or NINE DOLLAKS till Janu
ary 1,1870; or
from now till January 1, 1S70, for FOUR
YVEEI-L i- f
from now till January, 1870, for TWO
DOLLARS, in clubs of five cubscribcrB or
Now ia the best time lo subscribe,
getothera to join you.
Mniirv Under I'ntso
A respectable widow lady was arraigned
before Justico Wilkinson yesterday
on a rb-iraft of obtaininc S13 from Sara
Kobltery on n Kteninbonl
A passenger on the Tyrone, named J. R.
Perkin?, was robbed Sunday, of $40 in
money and notes to the amount of 5400-
lie got off the boit before reaching iNasb
villeand discovered hU loss. He telt
graphed here about it, and yesterday De
tectives Ryan and Reddick arrested a ne-
oro named Willoby Kennedy, in Edgefield
charged with bavin? committed the rob
bery. A fcarch was made and $40 recov
erfd. lie was committed to tbe Work
i?ol!,r-.n mlni-Fil. under false prelensed
..ro'niinr anneared agiinst her and hon-e and will have a hearing to-day,
she was discharged.
rrninluleiit Ilrcnch ofTnikt.
Richard Lewis, colored, was arraigned
before Vquire Ca??ety yesterday, on a
charge of a fiaudulent breech of trust. He
was committed to jul to await a lurttier
tTinirnvn AlnacA at '2Jc a yard at S
Sickles, 17 Union street.
The best Empress cloth for 75c a yard
at S. Sickles, 17 Union street nov 6-tf
Attempt loThroir OfT Train.
Av. unsuccessful attempt to throw from
the track the train due here last Sunday
nitht from Chattanooga, was made by
Bome unknown persons. They had piled
croesties upon tho track. The engineer
saw the crossties before the train reached
the epot and checked the train. There
wasa company of soldieraon the train and
a Urge number of passengers. Such men,
if caught, should be severely dealt with.
BatcupIor'H Hair Dye. Thi splendid
Hair Dye is tho best in tho world. The only
trv and perfect Due harmless, reliable, instan
taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous
tints. Natural black or brown. Bemedios tha
111 effects of bad Invigorates the hair,
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is
signod William A. Batchtlor. All others are
mere imitations, and should bo avoided. Sold
by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar
clay street. New York. Pr29 ly.
Extra Special Notice. Beware of Coun
terfeits! Smith's Tonio Syrup has been coun
terfeited, and the counterfeiter brought to grief.
SMITH'S TOlflO BTBUP.
The genuine articlo must have Dr. John
Bull's privato stamp on each bottle. Dr. John
Bull only has the right to manufacture and sell
the original John Smith's Tonie Syrup, of Lou
isville, Kentucky. Examino well the label on
each bottle. If my privato stamp is not on the
bottle, do net purchase, or you will he deceived.
,Seo my column advertisement, and my show
card. I will prosecute anyone infringing on
my right. The genuine Smith's Ionic Syrup
can be prepared only by myself.
The public's servant,
DB. JOHN BULL.
at the hours of 19. 1 11. "54 -
and 12 si. respectively, at the offico ot W. a.
Doughty. Esn.. Begistcr.in Fayctteyille. Lin
coln county. Tennessee, and that all creditors
who have proven their debts, and other porsons
interested, may appear at said titno anil place,
and show cause, if any they have, why tho
prayers of said petitions mav not bo granted,
and that the second and third meetings of cred
itors will be had cEElTcierk.
U. S. Dist. Court Mtd. Di't. of Tenn.
nov7 Saturdays 3t
. NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1. 1563 CO
Kcceivcd to-day - - 3- .
Received previously Titt'J 8.71
3VJWr A-HANY, IND..
HltAODO.1 A CO,
Corner of Lower Sixth and Water strcots.
NEW AI.UASV, ISDIAXA,
Manufacturers of all kinds of AMERICAN
BAILKOALi IRON, both for steam and horse
roads. Be rolling done on short notice and on
as favorablo terms s at any mUl in tne eet-
IBON COTTON TIES AND BUCKLES made
to order. All work warranted oi n superior
quality- , ,
Cish paid for old rails, wrought and cast
scrap iron. oct21wU-
Stock on hand- - - Wl
Corn We note sales of COO bushels de
livered in depot at 57c, bags furnished by
purchaser. Sales also from wagon of 80
bushels shelled at 60c ; 100 do in car at 40c.
Dried Fruit. Wo heard of sales cf
2,000 lhs at 8c for qusiter peaches', acd
81c for mixed.
Tobacco Two hogsbeads of tobacco ri
Ciived by James Wheless & Co., were to
day shipped to New York.
IIcgs One hundred and eeventy-five
hogs were slaughtered to-day by Hart &
Hensley. Thia.firm will have choics new
bacon in tbe market in the course of thir
' Bulk if eats Twenty days in salt. We
quote sides and bams at 14c, shoulders 10c.
Mobile, Nov. 21.
Sales of cotton to-day 1500 bales. Middlings
Zl'A&iHHn closed at outside figures: receipts
351 balef; exports 3,s Daies-
Charleston, 5ov. 31.
Cotton firm; sales iOO bales.- middling 22e;
receipts '.u'J bales; exports 2Ui bales.
Sfvniinab, .Nov. 31
Cotton market opened
fir mnri?in until noon.
closed firmer with an advance
dlings 23J4C; receipts avi.
AuRnstn, n., Nov. 31.
Cotton firm; sales 474; receipts 378: middlings
Slra,AIn., Nor. 31.
The market is firm at 21A- for middling.
with a moderate demand.
3Xemphl, Nov. 21.
The sales to day fot up about 3000 bales on a
basis of22K22o for middling. Ihe recepU
for the week Tere 11.106 bales, against 11. VST
bales last week, 12,171 bales the previous week,
and U.7S0 bales before that, and 10.772 bales at
the sometime last season. Shipped during the
week. C271 bales against 11,567 biles last week,
and tftOd bales at the same time last season
Stock on hand to-day, 14.554 bales against 372J
bales last week, and 11,533 bales at the same
time last season. Tbe total Memphis receipts
to this date are 80,139 bales, against 60.136 bales
at the same time last year, an excess of 0.003
bales this year over last. We quote middlings
to-day. 22K2SKc. against22922cM last Satur
day. HJ4Ue last season at the urns time. 31
32e in 18G6, and tl47H: in 1S65. on the cor
Cincinnati, Not. 20.
Tha rtpmanil 14 more active and the market is
firmer, with sales of middling at I2c. and hold
ers in somo cases ask an advance of v e
quote ordinary at 1920c. good ordinary at
20e. low middlinz'at 21c, and middling at
Louisville, Nor. 21.
At the regular auction sale to-day 44 bales
were offered and bids accepted on 22 bale.
Factors quote middling at 2lJlKc: low mid
dling MyityWtic; gooa orainary ivisajc.
SOUTIIEUN PRODUCE MAItKETS.
Charleston, Nor. 20.
Bacox This article is only in limited request.
and rrime shoaldcrs are selling at about 14:ic.
quiry is of the most limited character. Large
lots aro difficult of sale, unless at low figures,
and we learn of the disposal oi a lot of old Ten
nessee aiSll 03 ? bushel, weight, sacks included-
Retail parcels from store are held about
o.Kofnrn anv il 1.VS1 18 "W bushel, weizht.
I'LOca The market is amply supplied with
Northern and Western brands of this article,
nnd an easier feeling has been exhibited in some
cases under the liberal receipts, but prices gen
erally closed at about tbe ruling rates of the
week before, say for Northern and Western
super $7 75 V barrel; extra $3 7o H barrel, and
family S3 75 barrel. Southern brands are
in limited supply, and are held at about $9 25J
9 50 tlAarrel for super: $10,9 barrel for extra
and J U12 9 barrel for family.
jjav The arrivals of this articlo have been
about 1.100 bales of L'xsteJn and 230 bales of
North River qualities. The Eastern was suld on
privato terms. Wo quote Eastern descriptions
atSl 25 V hundred and North River at $1 l$
1 10 5 hundred.
Knrnniiali Nor. 30.
Bacos We continue our quotations of bacon,
and havo only to report a scarcity in clear rib
bacon sides a good inquiry for all other kinds.
Holder are firm. We quote shoulders at U'A
151c; rib sides at 17 17Hc and cle' r ribbed at
li9ijie, Thero aro few clear sides offering,
and rrkes are nominal at 18lS5$e. Hams are
in largo stock, at lOSJISo according to quality.
Breakfast bicon is quiet, nith a downward ten
dency, at RV320C.
Laud Prices have weakened; stocks are very
full of grados: demand fair. Wemake no change
in price'. Wo quote :0e tor pure lejf; pressed,
1Co18c: extra ranging 2Cc.
i'toCE The change iu pnsos this week has
been very light, if any at all. The stock on tho
market is large and the demand light, but in
..nucinir. Thn fi-elinir in Northern brands tho
samo as onr last report. Wo quote Nor era
superfine. $8 509; extra, iv&u and lamuy ant
fancy. $1213. Good Georgia anil Tennessee
brands are in fair demand at 10 60U SO for
superfine; $12 13 for extra, and $'.25013 5.) for
family and fancy.
Frxits and Vegetables B.inanas soli SI3
bunch. West India oranges $JO 1,0 . Pine
apples $5 Vi doten. Apples are in fair rupply;
light receipts of Georgia, A prime article of
pippins $7 bbl; Baldwins 6 50 l bbl; lade 6
a bbl; Southern oranges S2C42 60 wholesale: 520
V1.0O0;fcicilylB"i',r!5.$Sy box. Fair demand
forpotatse?. Wequots Jackson whites $3 500
4 V bbl; Western rel 31. Onions Iibt supply,
good demand. A prima article of Northern at
7 dims. Northern cabbages $1014 V 10O.
Oeais Tbe stoch of Georgia and Tennessee
old corn is in small demand. New corn is coming
in veryslowly an.l ia smill lots demand light.
Wo quote Georgia corn 51 05 from depot, and
scaret; Tennessee SI 10a(l 12'A. anJ small
nrrivali old corn from store, wholesale. 1 -W.
There has been no change in oats this week;
from depot 8590; from store, OJJI.
Hat Somo huldors still asking SI 591 60 for
Eastern, but none sold at thoso figures, except
in a retail way. Large lots sold at SI 401 43,
although there have been small arrivals, con
sumers are still well supplied Northern SI 16
MARKETS BY TELEGEAPH
New Yoec, November 23. Cotton firmirand
a fair buiness. Sales 3200 bales- Uplands ZIJ
sJ25c. Superfine flour $5 405 80. Whisky.
Western $1 071 03- Bice dull. Carolina 8g.9c.
Coffee steady. "Sugar steady. Cuba Itllc.
Wheat quiet. Corn $1 121 fil.
New York lryu;oI Jlnrket.
New York. Nov. 23. Plaids sell readily at
EOe Bepellants $1 252. All wool fiannels35e.
New Torli Money Murke-l.
New York. Nov. 23. Money eay ; eMUVk
primo discounts 709c; sterling firm 9X9?ft
gold 134 ; old Tennessee 70 ; new 63)S.
New Orleans MArliet.
New Oblkans, Nov. 23.-Cotton, middlings
advanced to SJiS&e. Received ince hatnrday
7.770 biltsi exports I bale. Goldl34K. Ster
ling commercial. 1HK- Bank UiiW'A.
New York sight Vte diseouct. Sugar lower;
grades depressed: fully fair 2cvprlmE&
clarified 13c. Molasses higher. Corn 5560c;
prime 6770c; .choice 72c.
LoutsyiLLE. Nov. J3- Tobacco, scarce and
firmat$65023for Iurs to selections. Cotton
2lKc. Supe?flour$525S6. Wheat $1 95(31 90.
CoYn 5iW55c. Uats 5953c. KyeSI 301 32.
Lard 1515Hc- Mess pork S23 5024. Bacon
shoulders 12ic; ciear nu hum iic. -"uik
BITEE ASD WEATHER.
LEAVISO THI3 DAT.
Ella Hughe, Evan3ville, 10 a. h.
Tyrone, Cairo, 4 r. Jr.
The river was ruing again yeiterday,
with five feet on Harpeth Shoals. Weather
clear and pleasant.
The only arrival yesterday waJ the
Tyrone from Cairo, with no departures
Business on the wharf dull.
The Ella Hoghea, Capt. Wm. Dix, de
parts to-day at 10 o'clock for Smithland
and Evansville. Let her go out with a
The popular Tyrone, in command of tbe
still more popular Capt. Tom Harmon, U
the regular packet this evening at 4 o'clock
for Cairo. Capt. Wash Yi eaver, the reli
able clerk, will sign bill of lading to all
points on the Ohio and Missiftsippi river
and also issue bills of lading for cotton via
the Blue Line at SI 20 per hundred t o
The Havana Is the next steamer due
from Cincinnati. She will arrive here
HEW3 FROM OTHER POKT3.
The Missouri river was closed by iee on
The Arkansas is the name of a new
steamer just completed at Fittsbnrg for
Capt. A.H. Shaw, late of the Minnie acd
formerly of the M. S. Mepbam. She is
designed for tbe Arkansas river trade, acd
is 185 feet in length, 3fi feet beam, 5 feet
hold, and 4 inch bottom. The cylinders
arelG inches in diameter, 5 feet atroke.
She has boilers 33 inches in diameter and
25 feet long.
The New OrleaM Timet, of the 20th
The weather ye4erda7, like that ol me
past two days, was fine asd pleasant with a
Business on the landing yemeruay was
more animated than we have witnessed for
many days past. The steamers at either
landing appeared to be receiving freight
with a rHn, while tlie uiscoargiog irom
Ibe numerous arrivals created an unequal
The ;SL Louis Demoerat, of Saturday
Eiver falling slowly last evening, it will
commence a downward gallop this morc
in. Eight feet on Hit Island bar by ht
boat up. Upper rivers are as previonly
reported. Boats stilt run bstwwn St. PjuI
and Dubuque, findlns an abundance o!
water and doinjja heavy business. Ton
nage for the South abundant, and freight
comparatively scarce. Rile firm. Fi-ur
50c per bbl , etc It is melancholy to state
that nearly all our mills will ceaso work
next week, owing to the high price cf
wheat.' One large milter says he has lost
on every shipment lie lias made to hew
Orleans for some weeks past. This is bad
intelligence indeed, and U mora serious in
view of the proximity of the close cf
navigation, until which we had hoped that
freights would be more abundant sou'h-
IJUl lor two or luree uoa iu
quiet but steady with a Mlgaoar; it might be emphatically asserted
vUce&Vmid: thattha: river's business isended Weather
line anu moueraieiy cnu.
FIRE. MARINE, IICXI. AND INAND
Transportation Risks taken at ciiuitau.r
Offloo 8oeod National Bonk Bull lint
Jgj- Losstti fairly a;liB5te.l ami promptly
St. LOOIS nnrKeii
St. Locis. Nov. 2S. Tobacco nnchangod.
Flour, supertine. &gC 75. Wheat declined 109
15. Corn 83S80." Oats 52ji. Bulk shoulders
10; clear sides 14. Bacon, shoulders 12912J4;
clear sides lift 13; hams 17917.
JOHN T.TJMSDEN, President.
II. S. FRENCH, Vice President.
JOSEl'II NASlf, Seoretary.
For Cairo, St. Louis Memplilfi anil
, w U'F.rm rirk. will leave asi
abo've'on TUESUAY. the 21lh. instant, at 4
o'clock r-v. , .
For freight or pasfaie apply on board, or to
11 ana xron&sircui.
W. A. PEEBLES. brents.
- HARBISON i SONS. Atnvl-
nov 2 2t
For Smllhlaml and Kvanivllle Ulrect.
m II E FINK PASSKAU h
JL steamer :" IlusUe". WM.
T.-r Mr U. S. RnwVAS. Clerk.
will leave as above 'II ESIMA. the 21th
inst. atlOo'cloclCA. a '
tror freight or P""1-SON? '
nov!2 Id 45 and 46 Front street.
HAR It I S O'-TF" SON .
J5 mid 1(5 Front Street,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Steamboat and Kailroad Agents,
BOAT STOItE WEAI.EKS.
rrilROUaU BILLS OF IVDINO ISSl'EI T3
A. all the principal Northern, bastern. West
ern and Southern Htie by rail and waters.
R Bahr Weekly Smithland and
TBE FINK Sl-A.HKlt "mi f
I ItrauticiH. Ca?t. llnssT Mil fj2
. w M.jf.r Kitt Rnnn. Clerk, wiil c
lur'o N.htilte EVhR s.Ul'RDAi. at IJ
o'clock noon, making positirn anil c!oo connec
tions at Evansville with regular I.ouvieanJ
Cincinnati Packets, insuring speedy f d reli
able tran'fer of freights to above point?. Or
den for fre'ght tolieittd. awl reasomble ratca
charged. , ,
For freight or pasmge apply or board. rto
HARRISON Jfc SON. Agen'f.
novl" tf No. 45 and 46 Front stre
Notlrc loSrrnvCane Iu B inkrnptc
rvllU IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT W. L.
-1- lluibes. uf Sith county. Tennessee, bu
filed in the offico of the Clerk of this lou
his petition ford if ebanre. and it wa? tbercnp:n
ordered by the Court that a hearing be bad u:
on the same.
On tbe lllli Dny of November, 1HGH.
at3Kr- before J. W. Johnston, Esq.. BegL
ter. at the Conrthouse in Carthage, Tennessee,
and tbat all creditors who have proven tuc:r
debts, abd other persons who ars interested,
may appear at the said time and place, and
show cau'e. if any they have, why the prayer
of said petition should not be granted, and tbat
the second and third meetings ot Hid credit :iz
will bo bad bifure tbe Register, at the eame
time and place.
B. B. CAMPBELL. Clerk.
U. F. Bist Court. Mid- Dist. of Term.
oct22 thnrsdava 3t
ERRING BUT-NOBLE SELF HELP FOB
young men who have erred, desire a bc'.t.r
manhood, bent in sealed letter envelopes, frr
ofebargo. If benefitted return thopostage. Ai
dress. PUILANTUROS. Box 1'., l'hiladelrh.i.
Auilce to snow CaiiHC In Unnltriiptc-
rPHIS IS TO OIVB NOTICE THAT 1. 1.
x Crutcber, Jones Shaekley. L J. Magnt i
W.N.Ji. Ware, Thomas Fatter. John Myen
Wade U. Maggerson. Greek Ilrawley. Wm Bon
ner, John A. Urowder and J. U. Garretson hav:
Sled in tha ofHeeof tho Clerk of this Court their
petitions for discharge, and it was thereupon
ordered by the Court that a hearing bo had up
on the same.
On tbo 2341 Payor November, IhO-.
at the hours of 9.9M. 10. Vli. 11. H'i a. . I
I. VA. 2. 2'A. r. M.. respectively, at tho
of J W. Johoston. Ewi.. Begister. in the Court
house in McMinnville, Tennessee, and that a:
creditors who have proven their debts, and otLer
persons interested, may appear atsaidtimear.l
place, and shew cause, if any they hjve. wiir
the prayer ol said petitions should not be grant'
ed, and that the seeond and third meetings c
the creditor? shall be had before the Begister st
the same time and plaee.
E. K-CAMPBELL. Clerk
U.S. Dist. Court Middle Dist. Ten .