ftASHVTLLE UJSflON. AUD AMERICA' THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1868.
Til V KS BAT, BEC2UiEE 3, IHGS.
Superior potatoes, vinegar and coal oil,
juit received by Harrison & Son..
Alurphy & Bradshaw have a aale of
Japanese, Chinese, and Oriental ware.
and a beautiful collection of shells, curi
osities, etc, Friday and Saturday evening?.
and continuing day and night the first
three business days of next week. The at
tention of the ladies specially invited.
The sale of lota in the newly consecrated .1
t8,ivary lemetery commences to-day.
The Medical Society of Narimlle meet
on the Sth to consider the necessity of dis
continuing the credit system in their prac
tice. Physicians of the vicinity are in-
Dealers ill note that Yeatman, Shields
& Co. have' a final closing out sale this
The Government advertises for Coal,
Hay and Straw, acd invites bids.
Crunk, Dodson & Co., sell this morning
a splendid line of good at auction.
The great auction aale, by Campbell &
Spire, of China, Bohemian glassware,
lamps, chtndlierp, etc, will be continued
Saturday. The public have never had a
finer opportunity for desirable purchases
in this lice of goods.
Geo. Hazlewood & Son have reopened in
Edgefield, the Bakery, Confectionery and
Family grocery store of the late C. Alt
meyer, where the citirens of that flourish
ing suburb cr.n obtain everything in that
line fresh and pure.
EtEOTOBAl. COIXEGEl '
JlccUn t ttie Capitol Yesterday.
A meeting of th'e Electoral College was
held iu the Senate Chamber yesterday.
Thomas H. Caldwell called the meellng-Iio
THE JNJtfN CTIOS SUIT.
Argument of Council.
In the Chancery Court yesterday, Judge
Shacklefbrd took the bench, and the argu-
r 1 .
merit in tbe caseot come are uunuicu
.order at half-past 11 o'clock by cilliog payers against tbe Mayor anu v,iiy uu-
upon H. H. Harrison to act as President, cil of JNasnvme was oye u, . v
A. H. Pettibone, elector of the first dia- moss, iq, m ,
trict wis appointed Secretary. - reviewed at jengiu m.
The following electors answered to their bill, and maue. a uhv -
. . ftnse of the rights of the tax-paying public
H. H. Harrison and D. W. C. Sentcr, for He quoted liberally from high authorities
the State at large.
A. H. Pettibone, 1st Congressional dis-
thev built un all the streets. It never
entered the head of an 'intellectual man in
Nashville sixty or seventy years back tbat
the people of this city would be tixed 540,-
000 or $50,000 for a Park. All we want j
U a inst government and -bully and
General Maney, counsel for the "defence,
was the next speaker. The following is
tbe substance of his reniaik'. The cor- !
poration is a body, it is a person-artificial
In nil intent and nnrnraiw Tlmre ISA
RATIONAL SAVINGS' CO,
T. S. MAKR. Pro-....L. (I. TARBOr, Cash.
Deposits received. Loans negotiated.
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
Collections made, r.nd a
Business transacted '
' ' - ectlGtf
United States was commenced. Grant and
Polfax received the entire vote of the col
lego. . . .
Theitext' order of business being the
election of a messenger, the following .per
sons were nominated :
By MnTeitibone", Hiker; of Hancock1
tounty. - ' -:
By Mr. Caldwell, Holt, of Bedford
' By D. II. Selson, Clay .Newland, of
,n .now thai corporations should be held great difference between a private corpc-
RtrietlT within their chartered limits, so ration and a public corporation. A pn
J .... I . i : f t 5r
that the righU of citizens should bo pro- vie curiu"uu ,ur?'8U v""u "
tccted. He referred particularly to the de- terest but it is no part of the government
.:.; ;n the Sunreme Court of Nichol rs- and sureiy it cannot- mace any laws
- . j . , , .
Mavor and Aldermen of the city or JNasn- prising no pari or portion oi ine cy
..... l. I . 1 ... mVtrp
Tille.andcalledatlenUon to ine decision rtc- i erniueoi. a ijuuub curinuuiuu -
Hpredbv Judge Turley. His strictures upon I ordinances a violation of which, can bae-
uclc ' . - .1 I s mi. ! .-ll 1 K.nlf vnt
the investment of $46,000 in a irog-ponu covereu on. ineru u um..j .." t
for a nark, were very severe, lie iook iuo on corporation, n iu --
eround tbat the Mayor andUity uouncu aanger oi oeiog uemujrcu u,
board of trustees acting wr iub I are eiecieu, mem ...
liis om?e qe n
D. M. Nelson, 2d Congression? 1 district.
V.tM. Woodcock, 3d Congressional
Thomas H. Caldwell, 4ih Congressional
D. V. Peabody, . 6lh,ConBreHional dis
trict. O. F.fBrown 6th Congressional" district.
Tit If 'rrill' Til. PinnnaAnnl 1itrift
. ju. nam . . 7 . . that M.. 5f he abuses
m r i r o.i. nAn.K.niAnai HictMt i n o nti was urt inntoiuuo n .
1. v,. ,iuse o u -"6- 7";-" !MU8 checka al wiU, ,-uble to indid.ment,
On motion oi flir. wamweu iue uanunu i iukj u.u .-e. -- ,!....
for President and Vice President of tbe
were a I
BOOK AND JOB
FINANCE ASD Tium
eyrrxn btites asq otasa sioukitik.
6-20j, lstserioj. 11C
5- 20s, 2.i eeriej . : W7
6- 208. 3d series 107
J,yw,uuy. Tne receip e oi cotton. coaa- tCrackneii...
wise and by railroad, are ll,tt6 bales. I Aerated crackers-
xne eoia values oi me import entries i ximo
foreign merchandise, at New York, since ' f0udl::rJIl-I.tri:-.
J an. 1, 1868, are as folloxs : I matches, ria case, caddis.
Total since Jan. 1, 1S63 i22S.74t.7J0 hPatior,
Asainst same tune !!.. ....- z,wi,ui 'Xeleeraph.
Decrease since Jan. 1 . 6,162,292
The cnrreccT valne of tbe esoorts of
domestic produce and miscellaneous goods
from New York, since Jan. 1, 1863, are as
. . . .1 . 1 L callTnfT rllfpkn at a
or vioiaie iue jaw ur
.,:, r.teof interest. He referred to
u nf iIib defendants, in which
LUC ttuonv - r
they attempted to excuse their mismanage
m-ni hv a -comparison with the Mat
Brown, adminiitralton. The gentleman
who' composed that administration, ht
wished it understood, wjre not upon trial,
and if they had committed fraud or reck
lessness in office, they were responsible for
their act?, and soil could enter againsi
them. He pictured the long train of evils
t,AmP hv lbo citizens of Nashville, dis-
Arrest of a Carpet-Bacg-er.
Thomas McQuitby, who has been cm
ployed by Mayor Aldcn for some timo as
his private Secretary, was arrested yester
.day and taken before Justice Mathews on
a cnarge oi fraudulent breach ot trust in.
defrauding Elias Wall, colored, p di;
charged Federal soldier, in the collection.
ofS194 70, his bounty money. McQuitby
charged him $44 70 for collecting lie
. money, when he had no right to charge
anything, ail fees having been paid by tie
proper claimant. The. case was continued
till to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Judge Kuhntr, agent for the Freedman's
Bureau, is a witness in the case.
A DIstlnDlsbtU Arrival.
Butler not "picayune Butler" "has
come to town." It is old spoons ' hiaself."
Passing by Stockell & Co'a plaster ware
bouso on yesterday, we were invited in to
examine a plaster statuette of Beast Butler
just received from Philadelphia. The artist
has dona the subject ful i justice. There he
is hangdog face, cockeyed and all stand
ing at ease against a cotton bale, his left
hand grasping a bag of gold, his left lap
pel ornamented with a cockade having the
death's head and crossbonu pendant sup
posed to be that of Mumlord whom he
murdered while on his right shoulder is
an enormous spoon.
The advertisement of the Secretary of
the Nashville Medical Society will arrest
the attention of the members of the pro
fession to whom it is addressed.
The meeting for the 8th inst. is called to
consider an important subject no less a
one than ways and means, and it is desired
that a full attendance should be present.
The matter is in the hands of a competent
committee, which will doubtless report
some just and efficient mode of collection.
About ten o'clock yesterday morning, a
little negro boy entered tho store of Rcssn
heim & Brother on Cherry street, and slip
ping around the counter, opened the money
drawer, and abstracted therefrom about ?C0
in money, ne was discovered by Mr. It.
just as he was about to make bl3 exit frem
the store. He pursued the little rascal
but did not succeed in capturing him.
Cap!. D. V. Glassie had stolen from him
Tuesday night, a set of buggy harness
valued at $35, and a large quantity f
wearing appcarl to the amount of nearly
$100. The matter has been placed in the
hands of an efficient detective who will
probably capture the thief to-day.
A soldier named Finn, of Co. G. 45th
infantry.waB arrested yesterday on a charge
of burning the house of Mrs. Eliza Mc
Knlght, on Jefferson street last Friday
night, and taken before Enquire Mathews.
He gave boDil fur his appearance to-day nt
Getting Tlicr at lJt.
We notice with pleasure that tbe Nash
ville and Chattanooga railroad will tend or
train full of the members of the Legisla
ture tothe Lunatic Asylum on. Saturday
next. May they find comfortable quarters
Another big house last night, and an en -tertainment
cf real merit. This is the
last night but one of this world-renowned
Minstrel troupe, and we advise
everybody, who appreciate good singing,
and fond of fun to be in attendance.
Ma'ttie Childrws. colored, was arraigned
before the Commissioner yesterday morn
ing on a charge of maliciously stabbing
another colored woman on tbe arm and
hand. She was sent down to the work
house tor ibirU days.
Goluc to e Orleans.
A considerable quantity of cotton Is
being shipped from this point to New Or
leans. Upon the return of another seasor,
let us hope that the great staple will thu
return to its legitimate channel.
The case against Emery Voight charged
with stealing three pistols from J. F. Fsll
was withdrawn yesterday, and the prosecu
tion taxed with tbe costs by Justice Wilk
inson. Arrest or Prostitute.
A number of prostitutes were arraigned
before Commissioner Davis on a charge of
keeping houses rf ill-fame. They wire
es'ch fined $10 and coats.
K. A. McDonald, arrested on the charge
of counterfeiting fractional currency, had a
hearing befors the TJ. S. Commissioner
yesterday, and wi discharged. , .
"n. ir. t.ki T,mM f-amnlipll. of rruwl Sheridan's bond at lengtu, a:
tm ' T T 1 i I'M rinsed witL a stirrine appeal for remedy at
Firt hallot-Camnbell 2: Holt 1 ; the hands of the Honorable Chancellor.
Baker 2 ; Newland 5. "No election.
Second ballot Campbell 1 ; 'Holt ' 2
Baker 2 : Newland 5. No election-.
Third ballon-Campbell 0; Holt 1'
Baker 2; JNewland n
Mr. Newland haying tccelved a majority
pf the votes cast, was elected and on motion"
his election .was declared unanimous. The
following letter was then read : " '
NAsnvjtLE, Tes. Dec. 2, 1868. Gen
ii S. Pi rant. President elect of the United
mates Sir:. The .undersigned, members
Darimr hisVreument, he took occasion to
say that this was not a political law-suit,
and that he would not argue a puimw
'who stated -that he had a .brief prepared
which covered the points iu the case, which
homroceeded to read, together with an oc
casibnalmixlure of argument. He also
iquotedjliberally from the books, and called
attention to the difference of private and
municipal corporations. The Corporation
r "KIpe'toral Colletre of the State of I r TfnVilln was a government, delegated
Tennessee, most respectfully eeommen d . ui n of B0Tereignty. The city
a in n. L. Fuller & Co's.
buiIding,.for new Figs, Raisins, Currants
and Prunes ilecl-3t
Antonio Corricri, at his fine ruit store
No. 70, Church street, opposite the Max
well House, keeps all the choice Fruits of
the season, Nuts, Caudies, &c, and is oow
receiving a choice lot of Dates, l'igs, Or
anges, and every thing In his line. He
supftliw hundred every day. Give lam
Ihc KlBbt auto lu the UlgUt Direc
tion. u'c would call tbe attention or the
ladies and the public in general, to our
assortment oW" nd striped ehanmble
nilks which we have now reduced S-U a
ntttorn ! bClDB IUC muai .o-
i,TTnn. Horace JJavnard. member oi
ingress from the Second Congressional
District of this. Slate for a, seal in your.
Cabinet. . '
Mr. Maynard'a reputation as a patriot
otfitpsman is too -well known -to need
'discussion in his own State and the Nation
al Councils during the perplexing era oi
reconstitntion, have demonstrated his fit
ness for most exalted trust .and we feel as
sured no selection could be made from the
Southern Slates which would more cordial
ly meet the approval of the country.
Very respectfully; t
(Signed) D. VY. C. Senteb,
Horace H. Harrison.
J. H Pettibonf,
D. M. Nelson,
W. M. Woodcock,
D. VV. Peabody,
O. F. Browx,
W. M. Hall, and
Thomas C. Mdse
On motion the messenger was authorized
to carry the letter to Washington and de
liver the letter to Gen. Grant in person,
expressing the sentiment of the body.
The meeting then adjourned.
Going to the X.tiraltc Asylum.
On Saturday next the members of tbe
Legislature will in a body visit the Ten
nesseo Asylum for tbe Insane. The officers
of tho Nashville and Chattanooga railroad
have kindly offered a special train for the
use of the members on this occasion, which
offer has been accepted. We note with
pleasure this contemplated visit of the
Legislature to the Asylum. It is one fit
and proper to be made. The public insti
tutions conducted and controlled under lbo
auspices of the State, and especially the
Asvlums for the Blind, and the Deaf and
Dumb, deserve and should receive the
earnest and careful consideration of those
empowered to control and regulate their
management and also invested with
the power, to legislate for their -increased
usefulness and benefit to the afflicted.
In order to legislate intelligently upon
matters connected with these institutions,
it is highly ntccsjary tbat the members of
the General Assembly should familiarize
themselves, by actual observation when
possible, with their nature, wants and ca
pacities. Learning thus what is needed,
they will have light to. guide them in
whatever legislative action may be neces
sary in counectlon with these institutions
of the Slate. It is in this view of the sub
ject tbat we hope the proposed visit of tbe
Legislature will be pleaiant to themselves
and profitable to tbe public interests.
Dr Hunting at Galveston.
The numerous friends of Rev. Dr. Bunt
ing, late the beloved pastor of the First
Presbyterian Church In this city, will be
gratified, with us, lo.hear of his safe arri
val at Galveston with his family, on tho
25 ih ult. In a highly appreciated note to
a friend in this city dated Nov. 28, after
stating that he had a pleasant trip, and
found Galveston a thriving city, with an
increasing population of 28,000, he says :
"My Church here extends me a. hearty
greeting, and a cordial welcome comes
from many unexpected sources. I was at
once brought before tbe Church ; for, on
tbe evening of our arrival a wedding took
place in the Church which I witnessed, an
old ministerial brother being brought
d iwn from Homton because of the uncer
tainty of my getting here on tbat day.
(You know a wedding must go on if every
thing else should Bton.) Then at night
there was regular prayer-meeting, and on
the next day I was expected to preach the
Thanksgiving Be'rmon, and ton the Sabbath
I am looked for two sermons. . But I came
here to work, and only pray the Lord to
give me grace and strength to do it. Our
little boys are getting over their. colds, and
we are pleasantly located."
We congratulate our friend upon the
blessings of Heaven upon him, and the
people with whom "he is now asso
ciated, in having a shepherd whom they
can rely upon, and who is worthy of their
highest confidence and warmest affection.
Assnult ami Ilattery.
Margaret Campbell was before Commis
sioner Davis yesterday on a charge of as
sault and battery upon her child. She
C. L. Fuller & Co., Masonic building
Chtirdi street, have new Sugar -Cured
Hams, Dried Beef, Breakfast Bacon,
Tongues and' Pigs F;t. dec l-3t
Ladies' Merino Underwear at Sim-mor.d-
& Thompon's, Woodland Ftreet,
Edgefield. Give us a call and find out our
. jta-ri or? rnw in i u tr iniLCt
Tbeeare particularly suited for holiday
intT ai f reduced our
preeemr. -,.--, c , et or,
chan-eab e sillc popiics iiym v-
Cloak and drs goods cneaper than the
I'i. Ci J. ilUI""l
No 20 Public Square.
Ladies linen handkerchiefs at 25c, at S
icklM, 17 Union street.' nov Mf. .
Kelenitcd on Bond.
Danh-l Jones, committed to jail on a
capmi from the Criminal Court, upon the
ci a.go oflarceny, was yesterday released
(Jo to C. L Fuller & Co'e., Masonic
buildiug, for new Buckwheat, extra family
Flcur and Corn Meal. dec 1-31
A Grand Kali
Will be given at the Masonic Hall, Tues
dav evening, December 8, 1868, by the
Order of Fate Face-i, for tbe benefit of the
Orphans. ' AdiniS3ioa fee, $1 lu.
SiMSfONM & Thompson, WocdlanJ
street, Edgefield, sell Boots, Shoes and
Hats cheaper than the same quality can bi
bad in Nashville. dec2-"
of Ni aville was a branch of tbe State gov
ernment, and her officers nolthe agento of a
Drivate corporation, but officsra of a btate,
In referring to tbe purchase of the Park,
he said there was no implied power, but
i were expressly authorized by an act of the
Legislature. He insisted that tbe corporation-had
not been made a party tothe
suiti because the-bill charges individuals,
and only refers incidentally to the Mayor
and Aldermen .and Common Councilmen.
THatif'usn'sry could he established there
was no one to receive it, unless the relators
claim it by right of discovery. He took
tbe ground that the Mayor and City Coun
cil were not trustees of tho citizens, and
thought the request for the appointment of
a Receiver was without a parallel.
After Mr. Otis had concluded, the Court
took a recess until 2 o'clock. Upon the
opening of the Court in the afternoon,
Judge Jo. C. Guild, for the com
plainants, commenced his argument. He
said that the checks that had been issued
are floating over tbe city at a discount of
60 to 65 cents. Beside the great burden
resting upon tbe people, tbe corporation
goes down here and buys that great bull
1 frog pond, and issues the bands of this
! conoration to the amount of 546,600 ; and
tbe party making (he purchase, for fear of
this tbing'.being ventilated, puts tneso
bonds on tbe market and disposes of them.
' The answer to the bill says lhat "you are
' up to this data issuiog checks for sale. We
' charge that you have inducted yourselves
into office by fraud. You are not
qualified. You do not hold real
' estate. If yon own real estate, why don't
each man of you come along and present
your deed, when you purchased it and on
. what paee of the book it is registered.
Each charge in our bill is more or less in
vaded bv the defendant, when forty tnoc
sand people who ar-J thus oppressed
have no voice in the levying of these taxes.
Judge Shakleford asked the speaker the
following Question: "Woule the court
have tbe power to prevent thm from col
leciing the taxe? if so, what would become
of the city government?'
, Judce Guild : We want you to appoin
a Receiver to make these collections, with
fnll power to pay all debts and to take
possession of tbe Fire Department, which
is now costing the city $60,000, when it
can be run fora,WU.
The speaker then read several extracU
of the Code in relation to the question un
iter fliqlMleaiOn. What authority have
they to assume the power of issuing $300,-
000 in checks, not to pay the debt, but to
breed upon the market, giving their favor
ites opportunity to make something when
ever they rise They are also issuing their
bill's of Credit when if it was a State, tho
constitution says that you shall not issue
your bills of.credit. A Receiver should be
tprt to nrevent this trreat injury to
the people. Mr. Otis says that our bill
has not been endorsed by the Attorney
General. We did not think of submitting
ths subject to the Attorney General. We
are the citizens, the tax-payers. We have
Wn mrf to draw tbe water, to hew the
timber, and we have the right to appeal to
the law. We being relators, the private cit
izens, the tax-payers, we stand upon as firm
a eround as if the Attorney had endorsed
our bill. We want an injunction upon these
gentlemen to cease them from further op
erations. They have shown Dy tne
swerthat they are abusing tbe exercise ol
this relation. Take the bill and answer
together and tbe Honorable Court must see
that utter ruin starts this people in the
face. Justice demands that a Receiver
should be appointed, and we have evidence
that your Honor will select a business
man and a responsible man who will take
nnon hhnself the duties of an honest r.nd
faithful discharge of his high trust until
this case can be finally settled.
Ti nnlv remains lor your Honor to
say whether such a case has been madi
We think we have made tbe case out and
that we are entitled to-the protection of the
law. There are many questions involved
in that bill, some may be remote and some
may be more direct. A majority of tbe
Board of Aldermen are itinerants, have no
particular homes, and aro not property-
holders in Ibis State. How do tliey an
swer that charge? Just in one line, and
that is "We are free-holders." They
should show how they are freeholders
We charge in the bill that they have a
fire department that is wholly unsufficient
and tbat they are paying out to their
favorites 560,000, twice a3 much as was
ever paid by any city government in the
oity of Nashville, and that another efficient
department can be obtained for $25,000 or
$30,000. In consequence of the insuf
ficiency of the fire department several
large buildings have burned down. What
has been yodr expense How have you
managed your affairs? How do they an
swer? Tbey say that the former adminis
tration of Malt Brown was expensive.
Coming into office at ihe close of the war
when the streets were all cut up.Matt Brown
and his admini-tration was the most,
efficient and trustworthy administration
that the city of Nashville everhad, because
viction, hia omca' -w lorieueu.
have the criminal prosecution, wo
the power to select the rulers, and we have
- . ..' ... il... Lkllnt.
power to niak-e mem answer at in i 1CT T
box iflhey do -not Wlbfolly discharge. 'nT-iTl ST AIM
i.. Tii Viflrenca i between a.l iWi". -
I UCU uuvivp.
private corporation and public corporation
is this: A private corporation stands In
the nature of a contract, whiltT i public
corporation, is an assembly of the repre-.
aentatives .of the people, a pnvuio. ui-
poration can bo wiped out by the breath
that blew vitality into it. i ere is a jesi
ousy agiinst all corporations. There should
be plactd'strict construction upon private
corporations. This bill Bbould have been
sanctioned by" the Attorney General, it
this corporation is deaelo, its property bc-
loncs to the State which gave it existence.
Suppose the city had a million of dollars
and did not owe a dollar, where would tne
mnnev tro. and to whom would it go ?
Jcdob SiiACKXETORD. The court has
tbe right to grant an injunction and ap
point a Receiver if he is justified in doing
so. Judge Shackleford then caused the
court lo be. adjourned after Gen. Maney
had made a few more remks, until Ibis
morning at 9 o'clock. Gen. Maney
conclude his argument to-day.
LouiSTills&NashTUie B. Hi Stock 1
" ' " TaxKece'pU
Najthrilln .V Chattanaora H. K. Stock-...
Nashville and Chattanooga K. K. Bondi-.frl
Memphis and Charleston it. It. Mock... 45
Planters' Bank Stock 12
ITninn Hunt Ktnrk ................... .... 12
Nashville.Corporation Cheeks 76t
lionds I Id) oa
" (new) 62
South Nashille Street IU H. Stock 25
KiKnenirinn Flriileo Stock .................... -lOO
JJavuiaon, County Coupons-., . 95
- Wftrr!inLi.MMH.iM.Mw. 95
Co- Bonds issued Louisville K.K 82 :
" . otaor roacu-.. 7i.
Montgomery County Bonds-....-..- --i)55:
Kast Tennessee anil Virginia u.n. inuora a w
- . . nnvIiiB : Ballln
(Jotd 134 13
Silver,.... 1 w
DOUESTIO AHD T0II0!l XCHSI0S. ' .J
On Ifaw York ..pari. '.. ,' . l-7
On Cincinnati-.- " i.
Oa Iiouisville. --"7t .
CSACMS3. EIS LX
LIQBOBS, PES OIL.
. Brandy, French-
" Apple .
Total since Jan.l,18o3
Ajainst same time 1367
Seeroase since Jan.
Gold. Nov. 23.1863
1 Bum, Jamaica-.
, " American
! " Bourbon
The following will show the fluctuations
of gold in the New York market daring
iue nine montns oi tne present year :
18G3 ' ' Openlsc Htzhett. Lowest. Closing-,
I tt r.
COTTOS TACS3, .
1 ma.9 23
1 65a9 50
Z 3 ooh 50
1 75a2 25
.2 0003 011
S OOa.12 00
1 20 1 50
6D. ... I41
March . UV
........... QW , . .
....;..M. 1(12 per thaler."
i .Church ;ariCherrySts.,
Maxwell House & Post'Offiec.
-, i flEIKQ PBEPABED WITH THE
On London and Liverpool-! 46 ftl per pound.
On Dublin .. o w
On Edinburah 6 90
We biivo made arrangemecos to supply our
customers with Kevnuo, Stamps at the follow
ing low rated, uiscouub payuuio iu siauii's. ifc
On purchases under $2u .Par t:
On narchases of $30 or more 2 per cent, d
On purchases of 50 or moro-3C
On purcnases oi siuu ur murn.)
On purchases of J 200 or xnore-iU
On purchases of $500 or more- M
Af (timO nr mora .41
VU iiuivumw. - - . - - - -
All order mult be accompanied by the money
or check for. the amount. Straps will.basent
by mall or, express, as directed-
HXD W18B1SIB. .
40s. War)f 1812 J W
80s, War of 1812 . 90
lMsInotWuroflgli .V- 130
1 s. War of 1812 r. 172
ICOj. not War of 1812. ....i.a- .. 170
UA 139 140J2
145 140'X 141
150 143l 144$
145VJ 141 14IV2
3 13$ 133 133K 133
5.7 7. 132H 13 132 132V4 I
1, 13l2 134U 133K 134
9-.134J5 134K ,134 . 134
10...; 1SS 133?? 134$2 134
U 133 1342 13 k , 134V4
12l... my. 334VS 133)4 , I 133
10..... lVTi ISi iiYi ljtrtt. I
17 13C?2 2&H ZVZ
is mn vz i3i32 ivx )
I 20i-l.Jl34?i 1U m'4. 134
21 134$ 13451 134 ,134
23 J34V4 .1341 13t 134g
91 134?? 124?2 134K 13455
or. 11112 -IV.H lUU! ISirMl!
26 Holiday. ..,
27 135 135J 133 ISoVi
28 131j2 135k 184J1 135j
30 13551 KM
Lard. No. 1 extra-
. Lard. No. 1
1 Mil 23
. S3 40
2 00a2 23
- 30a 35
i LXllHtE, rlSLB.
iWhite Oak. sole- ,
lllemlock. solo 33J5 a
uonntrr sole.... -'
Tennessee Upper, per dox.-
j-rencn can, per doz-. .
Amerien Calf, per dot.....
iKip Skins, per doi-
Splits, per lb .
iBridle .Leather, per doz-illarncssLenUier.per.lU-ji.;..tn-
iLoather, in. rough, " -
fall rates. We note a sola of 20 bales low
middling to good ordinary at 21J21ic.
Tb regular auction sale included otTeringi
of 63 bales, witn aim accepted oa 6i Daiea
at the following classification: middling
2223c; low middling 2121Jc; ordi
MARKETS BY TELEGEAP-h..
Losdoit. Dec. 2 Evening. Consols
Feanktobt, Dec. 2. Bond 79 79J.
TSvekpool. Dec 2. Cotton easier;
aleslOfOOO; middlinjr nplandlljll;
Orleans lljHJ- Breadstaflj dnll and
Paris, Dc. 2. Bourse strong; rentes
Havre, Dsc. 2. Cotton declining; trea
New Tork Money-3Irht.
New Yonk, Dec 2. Money active;
call loans C7; slewing 9l9; Gold
134i135;nNew Tenntseesi 63. There
j was a gold sale of 300,000 to day by tho
government. It brought 134.
New Yore, Dec 1'. Cotton heavv,
lhalf ct. Iower;al 2500. Uplinds 2525J.
' 50 00.62 oa I . heavy 10i. Kice dull. Coffee sleidy. Sugar
3S I0a40 OO-i.fairdemaml. Molasses doll.
: " Salt-
rxxiniK), rca lb.
lNew (live geese)-
uixcricTtTaiD tobicco. rta tc
Wednesday. Dec 2! 'CfeV
i Cqrros The decline in New York lo
idav amounted lo nearly a half cent, and
'Our marcei uiuseu wuu a uui i tDpubiuj,
i nmp..: .
.Ore en leaf-.
aors ras LB.
decline; tho operations of the "day being IjiUsjoaii-;-..
mauc ai me. juiiuwiiig ijuuwiuuuo .
Ordinary . .... 20V
Good Ordinary- i
The transactions of the day foot up aa
A German named Frank lejeV died
suddenly about half-past 5 o'clock last eve
ning. He was just recovering from an
attack of flur, and still so. feeble tbat he
was hardlv able to walk. Daring the eve
nihiv he went lo the tailor shop of John
U'afrcn in tbe basement 01 me r,rwiu
House on North College streer, ana wuue
there seated m a chair he suddeniyex
pired. Mr. Meyer was well-known among
our German citizens. He belonged to the
finnfederale Reciment, and
nerved durin? ihe war.
About 8 o'clock last night, John 41.
TrifT V.a . was called upon to hold an
inquest over the body of the deceased
Tbe jury, consisting of Dr. J. R. Harwelb
T W W nr(nn Oeorpe J. Sieferle. 11.
Leferinir. Fred Karsch, J. F. Haury and
Isaac Wa3man, returned a verdict that his
death was produced by disease of the heart
Ral riant were disDOsed of in this
court vesterday. none of public interest
The call of the docket" for tbe fifth week
was finished. Tbe call of the appearance
docket will commence next Monday, and
ik. r-mtrl will fuKoiirn next weik until tbe
fourth Monday in January, 18G9.
The jury hsve been confined two days in
the case of Martha Reese is. John bclitm
Irr. hnt have not vet acreod. This Is an
action of replevin, for the rccovery of a
white bow. There are five or sir attorneys
representing each side. Tbe case was first
tried before a Magistrate, and an appeal
taken to tbe Circuit Court. A trial was
had at the last term, consuming nearly a
week, and resulted in a mistrial, because
ihejury could not agree, and Ihe momen
tous question of porcine identity U still
pending. Tbe costs in tbe case have now
amounted to something over two hundred
dollars, beside allornej's fee?.
A consultation was held yesterday be
tween the counsel and the court as lo what
Bhould be done, and it was agreed lhat ihe
jury should be called in ibis morning for
Eich side is bringing up its reserves and
proposes to ppt out its best efforts in Ih'
htl final struggle for the hog. Tbe attor
neys for tbe plaintiff have chosen to repre
sent them tbe old Sumner county tbun
derer and war hone of legal fame, Judge
Jo. C. Guild, and the attorneys for the de
fense have chosen the gray .eagle of East
ern Mountains, Attorney. General, ".George
J. Btubblefield, to represent theminthe
impending conflict. Ladies are fpeciil!y
invited lo attend.
In Full Blast. Geo, Hazlewood ,&
Son have recently taken possession of the
bouse on the corner of Woodland and Bar
row Btreets, Edgefield, where they -have
opened a bakery, confectionary and family
grocery. The establishment is well stocked,
and there is an evidence of prosperity and
a lively trade at that corner. Tbe bakery
is in full blast, and fresh bread will be de
livered to cmtomers every morning. Suc
cess to the new establishment.
Returned. Prof, Jas, Anderson, long
a successful teacher in Edgefield, returned
yesterday morning after a short sojourn in
IlYMEKIAL. On Tuesday .evening last
our young friend J. W. McFerrin, was
married to-Misa Dora Cooke, the accom
plished daughter of Col. W. M. Cooke.
May the spring-lime of life ever bloom
with flowers of the richest hue and sweetest
Redolence, decking their youtfiful brow
with fadeless garlands 6f happiness.
Attractive. Ths handsome drygooda
store of Simmonds & Thompson, on Wood
land street, is attracting largo crowds, and
the ladies were out in large numbers yes
terday to examine their choices election of
Falling-to Build' Side-Wall s.
Twelve peuons were up in the Commis
sioner'a Court yesterday on a charge tf fail
ing to build side-walkB as prescribed by
the city laws. - ' -?
Griffin, the experienced stage manager,
will present new attractions to-night, ihe
bill being one of the best of tbe season.
If you want a pure article of old Rob
ertson and Rourbon Whisky, go to O. -L..
V nller A f!rV. No. 83 Chdrcli street. Ma-
LATEST STYLES OF JOB TYPE
Jauw Russ, Jr., of the Shelhyville Re
publican, is at present in the city.
UniSOX-McKISSACK.-Marriod at tho.'rj
sidenoe'of tbe brido's mother, near Srring HiU
Tenn..onTnesdy. tho 1st Inst.. tby the Rey'
Tredonck Thompson. Capt. THOMAS (11B-'
S0K (firm of A- Q. Adims k Co., or this city, to
Mia LUCV. A. McKISSACK.
Lakiks', Misses' and Children's Wool
and Fletce Lined Hoisery, at Siuimonds &
Thompson's, Woodland street, Edgefield.
Go lo C. L. Fuller & Co'e., Masonic
building, for Canned Goods, Preserves
Picklef, Sardioc, Jellies, Sauces, Citron
and Preserved Ginger. dec l-3t
NEW AND IMPROVED
BOOK AND JOB
RUN BY STEAM,
Bank of Tennessee, old
Planters' Bank par
Union Bank par
Union Bank Cert's par
B'k of tnattanooga, u
Bank of Commerce; par
Bank or Knoxvuie, to
Bank of Memphis 95
B'k of AiiddleTean. 93
Bank of Pans .. par
Bank of the Union, par
U'k or vy est xenn w
Itnrk's Bank par
rstr Rink 65
Commercial Sank 25
Merchants' Bank par
Northern Rank... Dar
Southern Bank 10
Traders Bank par
Life x Ueneral in
surance Co.- 10
Bank of Camden 30
Bank of Charleston. 30
Bank of Chester. OS
B&nkol Heorsetown OS
Bank of Hamburg (8
Bank of Newberry .A 25
Bunk of the State of
South Carolina 20
Commercial Bant 1)1
Exchange Bank 07
Farmers' and Ex
change Bank 01
Merchants' Bank 05
Planterg Bank of
People's Bank.. SO
Hlantera' and Me
chanics Bank JJ
State Bank 03
Southwestern R. B- a
Union Ban kr-
flunk of Mobile 90
B'k of Montgomery. 50
Bank-of Eelma 25
Central Bank 02
Commercial Bank 05
Eastern Bank ou
Northern Bank -30
Southern Bank 90
Central B-K, B'k- 95.
(leorriA B&llro&d X
Banking Co 95
Bank of Augusta 70
Augusta Insarance- 01
Bank of Colnmtus 01
Bank of Commerce, 05
Rank of the Kmnire
Bank of Athens. 50
Bank. of falton 40
Bank of Savannah. 50
Kankoftha State of
City B'k of Augusta. 42
Farmers' and Me
, chanics' Bonk 08
techaniei' Bank 01
Merchants' .fc Plant
ers' Bank C5
I Union Bank
I Baling Twine
. Axe?, per do? :..-T..
i Horse Shoes, nrkeg
.nuie a&aea, per
i Spades, per doz
I Shovels, perdox-
NASHVILI.E COTTOH BTATEMEST,
' Stock otfhand- Sept. 1,1863
Received ;o-aay .-.(-Received
j Cotton. Cards, per dor.
i STX.lt. PES LB.
! English Blister
Stock, on hand-
51ItS, FEB CIO.
Corx Salea of 650 busbels corn at 45c
in ear and 50c shelled. Salea of 300 bash.
els delivered in depot at C5c
"Wheat Receipts to-day of 800 bush
pla vheat. and silts of 160 bushels at
w - - j
50$1-80! for mediterranean and
Vf.k Nrrrg Salea of 250 buabels at
Bacok Clear sides 15l16; shoulders
13i: no new in market.
IiABD.-rHart & Hensley'a choice leal
Bulk Meats Clear sides and hama
13013 ; shoulders 9J9J
BucmvnEAT Flotjp. We quote at
i Sll 60 ner bbl. sacks included.
-.' We notice tc-day the 'eale of 20,000 ibs.
Gold remains without change. Tbe fol- 1 bulk meats and. a large lot of lard, pur-
lowing are tbe New York quotations of j chased by a Memphis dealer and sbipped
yesterday: opened at 135, was 135J at j by Hart k Hensley,
m n nr 1 r f 1 . It 10E1 L 1 l.in 11; i I - -
lW.M,140t at 11, loog au iiw, ioo waBirwir.1. .niOI.CSAX. PRICES
12:25, 135J at 2:25, 135 at 3-and closed at
llorse Shoe, per lb
glass, rxa BOX.
rrt nn,TO lYt
go"'" 70 ' Seir YorU IrJK.ods MnrUcl.
.13 OOaK W I- jfw Yonir, Dec. 2. Drycood? ibout
40a unchanReJ, isrown sheeting loJ.Kicbmond
32a 34 I:print3l2i. For FInley, Arnolds and Free-
mans 11, and V amsntta 9, Glasgow lunnels
ISi, Ureal f alls U o, do bleached do
'27, Franklin do 15, Grain bsgs 37 J and
LonisynxE, Dec. 2. Salea of 60 hhdi
tobacco, r riy at 41Cic;.lug3 79c
medium leafl3c;cuiirEg 17c Hogs7i
' 8c, gross. Cotton 22J& Flour $5 25
6. Wheat $1 651 80. Corn 5055c
'Oats 655Sc. Kye $1 30. Mess poik
S23. Lard 14I5c. Bulk shoulder.
9Jc; clear rib sides 13c; clear sides 13 Jc.
Green meat, bams lle;- shoulders 8c;
sides lie. Whisky, raw free 93c
fit. TAnis XTarkFt.
St. Locr, Dee. 2. Tobacco unchanged.
Fall superfine flour $55 75. Fall wheat
SI 401 42. Corn 6375c Oats 53
5Gc Whisky 959Gc Pork held it 23c
Birlk shoulders 11c; clear sides 17c. Lard
Xew Orleans Market.
New Orleass, Dec. 2. Cotton lower;
Middlings 2324. Sales 4,600 biles ; re
ceipU 4,631 bale; exports 5,705. Sogsr
firm, common SJ, prima 12. Molaaes
firm, choice G3G4.
Cincinkati, Dec 2. Flcur and grain
unchanged and quiet. Whisky, 93c Cot
ton quiet at 23c Pork, 22 7523; bulk,
shoulder, 9c, Bide 12J13c, bams 17c.
Lard 1314. Butter and cheeee un
changed and qniet. Eggs 33c.
-10 f 018 00
9 OOalS 00
G 00s. 7 50
GCSFOWDES, MB SXO.
1'nse, per lOOfcet-
snor. rzx mo.
cxrs. ria 1000.
TSlTlE 135iat 3:30 r. Th?. rales here wer
tho'very Neatest style of theart. all kinds and 134 buying and Uoi selling.
descriptions or . Onemment sectrrilieH were Quoted in
New York yesterday as follows :
U.S.Csof'Sl, --- - 114J
3-20s '62, 11"
5-20i'64. - ' - - - .- 1071
5'20r05, - , - - - 1074
6-20's, new issue, '65, - - . - 110J
520. 07. - - HOt
520s. " " 'CS. - - 110
10-40, - , - '- - I05J
Londou advices of yesterday quote
United Stales 5-20s at 74J,
Exchange on New York was sold by tbe
banks yestorday-at-J discount to-par and
taken by them at J discount.
Tennessee bonds were quoted in New
York yesterday at G8G9c for tbe old, and
63c for tbe new.
There is not much demand for City
Check) anl but few offering for sale. Deal
ers generally are holding 'at SOc.
1 The statement of the Associated Banks
ol New York city for tbe week, ending
Saturday last, Nor. 29, compares as fol
lows with the corresponding week in 1S66
andlSG7 ; to which, we add tEe' specie and
currency balances in tho .New York office
of the United States Treasury at these
dates, respectively :
T .1. 'iK. Nor. 31 .'67. Sav. 2S '&.
Kai'l cap1"!.- $74 007.700 $73.57.70J S'J.W.TOO
Local capV 1 9.262.500. ,P62.50O ' 9.662.500
JfASIIYITXTT "WHOLES A
New Orleans, 9 hhd
Demarra. lb-- ....-
Porto Ricrf. V ft.-
Standard hands. P ft
Coffee, A, V ft
11,10 n , .-
' C, extra. ft
lUcoominon.? ft-. -
" choice'. " ..-.-
Lnzuayra' " " ..
voussxs xsv sracra.
New Orleans, birrel
Syrup . -
1 1 : '
Stylo or Color.
Superfine. V barrel
S 6 C)
. SiS 50
.; 8 509
in fact, c cry thing In tho I'rlnting Line, l'ar
, ticnlar attention given to all kinds of
Totalcapital. 81,2:0.JO0 SS3.470.2JO $33,670,200
Loans-.. 263.011.fS Jli.SlS.StH aM,SS6.0S7
n, 14.ft"7vC0T 16 572.S9U 15.786.277
WltAnilprs- CI.4S5.45i 1 62.008.13z 62.44u.2t15
deposits...- 20S,8S9,177 175.6S6.23J 187,418,435
Circulation... jir.w ti. oi.zo.ooj
InSub-Trcs'y 102.455,273107,055,932 89.132.S53
The New York TTorfd of the 30lh ulf
"The events of most interest in AYall
street are tbe return of the NeW York
citV banks to expansion in- their loan. Ihe
average increase for the week being re
ported in the s'atement puoti3neu lo-day
as $3,294,991, accompanied by the natural
results of more speculative excitement on
the Stock Exchange and an advance In tbe
prices of all (he leading stocks'. As the
average is a rising one, the actual increase
in loans is greater than that reported in
the statement of averages. This bank ex
pansion been has made in .the face of a de
crease of ?2,700,000 in ,That the banks call
their "legal reserve," .the . items being: le
gal tenders $1,159,768, and specie 1,546,-
ot loans is also ac-
; . .t! t
. lawyers' Brleb,
, ; Bills or Lading, .
'- 1 ' Shipping Tags,
Circulars, i k
11' " rosters;
.. , Handbills, ' -
Special attention glren to printing ' r
Posters and Show Bills
Forwliich. wo have the best facilities In the
&o. iqh eiiiausiuu
companied by an increase of abont
the same amount in deposits, the actual
figures being $3,308,495: The ef
fect of thu "expansion" movement on
the part of tbe banks has been made ap
parent in the increased ease in the money
market and tbe ascendancy of the "bull"
element, in thu Stock Exchange. The
rates for call loans at tbe close weie'5 to 6
per cent., with exceptions at 4 and 7 per
cent. Prime discounts are quoted 7 to 8
per cent. The Assistant Treasurer is sup
plying the baukn that apply for three per
cent, certificates in exchange for green
"The Assistant Treasurer has feoH du
ring the week 2,500,000 of gold; and tbe
balanee, at the cjose to-day, including gold
coin and currency, la reported at $89,132,
853, against $80,569,823 on Saturday. No
vember 21, showing the gain of $2,500,000
durinz the week. The customs receips for
the week are $1,789,000; the paymeotsof
gold on account of interest araai.oiji.uyu,
an'di'nolwilhBtaridtng'-tHe'banW report! 'a
i . i i r i n fi - : TI. . ;
- i i ' 1 10S8 OI ilOjOo iu nucule, auo cyclic
Miiiff-and Book Bimliug affl'- ,he
j i ' i i
' The exports of Ip'ecitf fromN-3w Y6rk lo
foreign ports last week amounted to $642,
105 against $3S7,195 Ihe corresponding
week last year. The following table will
Bbow the total exports of specie from New
York to foreign ports from January 1 to
Nov. 2S in tbeyears noted
44,131,262 ' 1854
Hamburi, 9 lb - -
Factory, " " - i . u,...
"W'es-ern Rejerve, V In .
English Dairy, " "
nne Apple. ..,-
-SiLT. j.i J-
Lirerpool sack -
Ohio. 7 bnshel barrtl.A-
OM0.5J, " " r-w
Kanawna . -r -
" 5) bushel --
.. SOOi.- . 1
. . ' I iCiSDLtS..- 1
SUr. light weight, f K .
SummcrjBOjUt Y box . ; -
" BICI; .
-feeatQaTblin'a; p Jb, .u.'.-:;.,
?1 C5a2 2.
- 1 252 O
Kitv , - -" 1-
Also, we ate prepared to execute
Of Every Description.-'
In the best and most substantial manner, at
greatly reduced prices. '
All Worlc Warranted.
U Orders sent by Mnll will receive
J. O; GRIFFITH & CO., .
Cor. itmrcb and CUerry BtrecU,
The New York Tinm of Ihe 30th ult.
The Import Entries for the pa-t week
amount to $5,320,494, against the total en
tries of 52,404,701 came weeklast year. Ex
ports ci arances efdomcstic produce amount
to $3,261,934, against $4,4S4,0S3 same week
hut year. Tbe customs of the week are
White, half bbl
Sardines, quarter boxes-
, ,hal(. ' '
. 15 00
8 ;o 00
Maeaboy, per lb
Garrett's, per box..
sncss, fic lb.
Als pice -
4 00a! 50
4 i0a5 00
M ed inm-
WOOO BUCKETS, ITC.
Painted, per doi -
Cedar, " "
" brass hooped-
Nest Tubs .
Laris fiesta .
aboard ; uno
5 5,a3 W
7 50a0 0O
2 75s,t 00
... 75 a32
BL1CEIXO FES DOZ.
FLiSCS, FEE HALT OEOSS.
Empty, half pint
Brow was Purrow'd and His
Eyes were Dim."
Brown Shirtines, K -
Bleached " ?S
Brown Sheetings. 4-4
Bleached " 4-1
Kicntand . -
Crescent... . .
Brown and 'leached Brillings-
Ticking .... .
(Isnabun: 4-4 - -
DICQ3 A3D DTTSTCrra.
-2 55a2 65
Roll - .
811 all 50
Crrss x Blacknell pints-
PEISEBTIS, FEB DOZ.
2ew York; pint glass
Shaker " "
. iEXXISS,.FEa DOZ.1'
New York, pint lss
. ' " qrs .
' " tumbler " ;
Shaker, quarts ...-.
Cuava, half boxes
CAUSED GOODS. FEB DOZ.
1 lb can salmondi.'
2 , - " ti
1 " lobiters
Sec. yel. peaches glass qts
3 pts pine apple, glass
2 pt cans asparagus
' --pine apples'
C1T1CF3, FEB DOZ.
MPts Eng. walnut -
SACCES, FBB DOZ,
Croam pepper .
"Koyal Bengal - .
U Pt Crosse x Blackwell .
' BBASDT FBtJlT. FEB DO
' CaSd'ieseb lb.
fancy.,. r-v 'r"V7'"
(lum drops. . i--
1'ancy mixtures-. "
Kock... .. - ,.--
Licorice drons ..
Cream chocolate Uropii
Lozenges conversation -j
French, creams e.cj-;"""
VIBE W0EE3, fSB BOX.
No. 1 firo crackers
" "? -'i
Sky rockets, perdos- .
Koman candles, per doi
Torpedoes, per 1.000.
, .4 50
P.er round...... - r
RAISIN'S, FEB BOX.
Whole boxes- -
. 1 7Ja7 00
. 40a3 50
. 65a .75
. Sa SA
OBAJtOES AND LEUOSS
Leinoni.per box --.- y
' TCt$. FEE LB.
Almonds - ..--
8 003 r
IUE COTTON HAKKETN.
Cotton market firm, sales 1,400 bales ;
middlings 23J23ic; receipta,a,014 ; ex
Savannah, Nov. 30.
Cotton opened quiet and fir.i and closed
active and advancing ; sales 2,107 j receipts
2,505; exports tor two days, navre i,wo.
Liverpool 4,899, coastwit e, 3.S3U.
Charlestou, Jiov. 30.
rttnn nDened nnial and firm: closed
active and advanced ; middlings 23;
receipts 1,289; sales 1,000.
Angntln, C., Sov. 30.
Cotton, market active and firmer; sabs
964 bales ; receipts C22 ; middlings 23
Bacon, Oa.. Nov. 30.
The market opened very quiet this morn
ing at 2222ic; but upon the reception
'of the very favorable noon dispatches from
Northern and European markets, prices
advanced another quarter of a cent, and
the market closed active and firm Ibis eve
ning at 22Jc for middlings the lower
grades of cotton being little sought after.
Colurabua. On., Nov. 30.
Market backward. Middlings to strict
middlings principally in demand at 22
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 30.
Tbe market was quile brisk, and cotton
'sold readily al 22c for middling. There
was very little oBering at these figures lata
in the evening. The receipts were 40
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 30.
Cotton firm; low middlings 22c; re
ceived about 300.
The market opened with a brisk inquiry
at 22Jc for low middling, and 22j23c
for middling, which continued throughout
tbe day. Holders responded with some
reluctance for awhile, but toward the close
were iJc higher iu their views and very
Cincinnati, Nov. 30.
The market bas been quite active most
of tbe week, with a good demand from
i pinners andJbrfonign export-. The only
drawback to ttie trade is the small stock,
nesily all being sold as ftt as it arrives,
and friquently before. I'rices have ad
vanced during the week Jc perpound.
We quote ordinary to good ordinary at
2022c; low miildliog at 2223c; mid
dling at 23i23Jc; aud strict middling
at 23Jc per pound.
Lonlaville, Dec. 1.
The market,jh9Ugh not very active, is
much higher, the cable ana New York
dispatches both noting the maintenance of
I c. rillsnoLM, Sargeon Dentin, dots
excellent work at Ko. 133.'$ Church street up
Hole Leather and French 'lru-ha.
We hare receWe-1 additional supplies of La
dies' French Trunks or all lisas. Traveling
Bags aad Satchels at the lowest prices.
4 JOHN RAM AGE Ic SOS.
dec2 3t 4J College itreet.
I1EKCII. BA.NLOVK Ci.
11 are. In store? and aro still leceivinc a very
exteniira and desirable stock of Drygoods. Car
pets, ete.. which they offer low. Call and ex
amine Ihcra. Jtcl-tr.
Ueal' Scotch Bottom Calf uoli,
Laced Shecs and Oaiters. supeiior in quality
and very cheap, at
JOHN RAMAUE x SON'S,
dec2-3t 4 College street-
Property Holders should never be
without a Fire Policy in the old, well
tried, and Reliable State Insurance
Company of Nashville.
Exlm Special Notice. Beware of Coun
terfeits 1 Smith's Tome Syrup baa been coun
terfeited, and the counterfeiter brought to grief.
smith's toxic stbct.
The genuine artiele mut hive lr John
Bull's private stamp n each bottle. Dr Xohn
Bull only has" the right to manufacture ami sell
the original John Smith's Tonis Syrup, cf Lou
isville. Kentucky. Examina well the Inbel on
each bbttla. If mi private rtainp Knot on tne
bottle, do net purchase, or yon will be deceived.
See ay column advertisement, and my show
card. I will prosecute anyone Infringing on
ray right. The genuine Smith's Tonic Syrup
can be prepared only by myself.
The public i servant,
BIYER AND WLlTUKK.
A. Baker, Cairo.
Katy Monicn, Upper Cumberland.
Emma Floyd, Cincinnati.
I. N. Phillip?, P.owena Coal Mines'.
LEA VIS O THIS DAY.
A.Baker, Cairo, 4 P. M.
The river at this point was falling yes
terday, with eight feet on Harpelh Shoals.
Weather clear and cold.
The A. Baker had a good trip, her cargo
consisting of 16 hhds sugar, 30 bbls molas
ses, 112 bales hay, 20 bbla flour, 229 bags
oats, 50,000 shingles, 1G wagons, 12 bbls
whisky, a lot of moving plunder and sun
dries. Tbe Kaly Morrist-n brought COO big
The. Emma Floyd cleared for Cincinniti
with a fair trip, includicg a considerable
lot of cotton.
. The-IiN' Phillips returned tothe coal
The A. Baker.is tbe regular packet far
Cairo this evening at 4 o'clock, giving
through bills to all points on the Ohio and
Mississippi river. Capt. W.JB. Grocr r an
Eugene Cotbelt in tbe office.
Superintendent Harmon ha gona to
llis brow was furrew'd and his eyes were dim.
II ij bead u bent .-ys if in pensive thought.
Ilis hat was shabby. aa4 no doubf to him
Reeurr'd the tine Wri'ra that same hat was
Butmeditationt sneh a3 these can't bent
A broken ehapeaur, ora cranium s?re.
Or give such case u only thoso can feel
Who get their hats from';
WAIN: i WALKER'S store.
Unix. Cap. Fnrnnit rmbrelln,
FlItE. iLVRIXE, nrjLL AND INIVVN1
Transportation Ri,fcs taken at cqaluble
Omca aaoond National Bank Building
I-Losses fairly adjusted and promptly
JOHN LUllS DEN, President.
U. S. FRKNCU, Vice President.
JQSKl'il NASli, Secretary.
For Cairo, St. Ixtnls, MeniphU null New
TnE FINE PASSENGER STEAM
ER A. Baker. J. N. Cos-
TIit.i.v IlKAnar. Clerk.ii
wilt 'Isitb as uhare on THURSDAY, the M
lnt, at.4 o'clock, r. . ...
i'or freight orpassafo applyon board. otto
il and 42 FrontreeL
TJARRISON x SUN.
des2 2t W. A. PEEBLES. ArenU.
II llllll ' III I I Hit Pi 111 Mill I Will I III
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