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JTASttVItLfi tJKlON AND 'AtaRlCAIC JMJtteDAY, DEtiUMBEfe 8 1568.
SATUKUAT. DECEMBER 0, 1868.
It. Tindle lias Cumberland coal al $4 50
W. C. Hood, al Earnesville, Ga., has a
stallion for sale to which the attention of
Tennessee purchasers is invited.
The Tennessee Stale Medical Society
meets to-day at Masonic Hall, at 2 r. m.
Especial attention is directed to the card
of Clinton Byrne, Grocer and Commission
Merchant, corner Broad and Front Btreels.
He has heen long established, and will
satisfy his customers in all respects.
Yeatman, Shields & Co. sell new and
second-hand furniture, chins, stone and
ghssware, this morning, to' pay advances.
Good boarding for gentleman and lady,
and day board, at 102 South Summer
The National Saving's Company, cor
ner Union and College streets, sells
drafts on London, Dablin, Paris and alt
parts of Germany. It sells Exchange on
New Orleans and New York; buys Stale
and County bonds, allowa interest on de
posits, etc. "
Harper, Wihn & Co., New York, offer
holiday goods to please everybody.
See Bankrupt notices.
L. H. Eldridge, Kirkman block, Church
street, has the most elegant restaurant ever
opened in the city- Retired and scrupu
lously neat, it offers peculiar attractions
for ladies to indulge all the luxuries the
market affords, prepared at all hours, in
the best style. Tee cream, cakes and con
fectionery furnished to families and par
tics, at short notice and on reasonable
Geo. F. Akers, the enterprising tobaco
niet, has all Virginia brands Afreet from
The Opera Coiulnjr.
An avant courricr dropped in last eve
ning and notified us that Madame Marie
Fredrici'a great opera troupe, now per
forminc at Louisville, will be here on the
11th and 12th inst. The Louisville papers
ttpeak in unmeasured terms of praise, of
their performances in the grandest operas
of the age. The Democrat, of the 3d,
specially eulogises the opera Der Freg'
tchuetz, and anticipates equal, or greater
pleasure in witnessing Fault, which is a
work for all ages and peoples. We con
gratulate the musical people of Nashille on
the treat in store for them on the 11th and
YIlt lo the Asylasi.
The members of the Legislature having
been invited to accept the hospitalities of
the Lunatic Asylum, have concluded to
visit that place to day. They go by om
nibuses, instead of by rail as previously
announced. They leave the St. Cloud this
morning at 9 o'clock.
May they find a comfortable resting
place for their weary limbs.
One of the Spruce street railroad cars ran
into a coal cait on Church street ytsterday,
causing a general stir, breaking several
parts of the cart and causing a delay of
several minutes. A hack was .aho con
cerned in the collision, and received slight
damages. It was some time before the car
could be put upon the track in regular
Bound to Appear.
Polk Daniels, colored, who was arrested
a few days since on a charge of stealing a
turkey and some wearing apparel from
Charley Martin, was yesterday bound over
to the Criminal Court by Justice Wilkin
son, and in default of security, was com
milted to jail.
PnsNlng Counterfeit Money.
Edward Ewers was arrested yesterday
and taken before Justice Mathews on a
charge of passing a counteifiet $10 bill, at
Leakbardt's drug store, corner of Locnst
and Market streets. The case was dia
missed by the defendants paying all cost;
Academy of Music.
The entertainment to-nlgLt at this
popular place of amusement consists of all
the latest novelties in the variety line.
The performance on Saturday night is
always more attractive, as the audience is
A Uool Tiuie In LonUvlIW.
Louisville jast now is having a good
time in ihe ay of amusement?. The
opera, Ole Bull, a circiis, the Hanlon
Brother?, and last but not all, a lecture
from the ienowned Josh Billings.
Dentil of nn Old (Itleen.
Wm. II. Denning, a citizen of this city
for the past thirty years, died at his res
dence in Edeefield yesterday. He was
quiet, unobtrusive 'gentleman, highly es
teemed by all who knew him.
The protracted meeting at the First
Cumberland Presbyterian Church is still
progressing, and the interest continues
unabated. Dr. Baird has received ihe as
sistance of Rev. Mr. Poindexter, who will
Sara Wilson, colored, who wa arrested
day before yesterday on a charge of steal
ing a chain from Abe Price, was dis
charged by Squire Mathews, the prosecutor
deeming fully satisfied that he was the
-4 Card. Hobaon & Cabill,39 Union
street, are the aceDts of the Liverpool and
London and Globe Tnturance Company.
'lhis Company has a capital of Seventeen
Millions in Gold.' Losses will be promptly
Mettled at the Bank of Nadhville, and will
not be referred to England for adjustment,
as some are led to believe: Policy-holders
are not rtquired to wait CO daye. They
will receive their money immediately on
proof of loss. No charge for stamps or
policy fee. Rates as reasonable aj those
of any first-class company. Dec.4 lw.
ilnrliHi lllo nnd tfnjucnlioru Kutlrniul
The incorporators of the Clarksville and
Waynesboro railroad meet in this city on
the 10th 'mat. for the purpose of organizing
said railroad company.
Iloir ! HOs!
ti l.iolipot market price paid for any
ell fatted hois delivered at
M,.a... K.t Yard. AppIv to Hart V
Heufl.y, No. 72 South MarketrMreet.
4 lumped Quartern.
Justice Thurntck, whose office has been
located on Deaderick street, has removed to
Justice PoblV office on Cherry atreet,
where he would be glad to see his friend-i
A Uraud Ball
will l.o ;n Ht the Masonic Hall, Tues-
dftT evening. December 8, 1803, by the
Order of Pne Faces, for the benefit ol the
Orphans. Admission fee, $1 00.
Francis Finn thesoldier, who was charged
with having set fire to Liza McKnigbt's
house, was released by Justice Mathews
and the prosecutix taxed with the costs.
Houston Kumpack, charged with cirry
iog a conceaUd Btiletto, was again ar
raigned before Justice Mathews yesterday
and his case was continued until next
Do nut fail lo seethe beautiful drygooJe,
ladies' and gents' shawls, at greatly reduced
prices at Cuaklej Richheimer & Co s,
P tf. ' 46 College ti.
The Downs YTIU Case-Heavy Lltlga-
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A case of more than ordinary interest was
taken up on yesterday at 12 o'clock in the
CircuitCourt beforehis Honor Judge Carey.
The case, bo far.as it progressed on yester
day afternoon, shows the following slate of
facts, to-wit: About the year I860, there
resided in Nashville and vicinity two
brothers, William and James P. Downs;
the former was a quiet, retired maD, but
little known in Ihe i busy world around
him, who died about the year 1807 or 1808,
leaving a son, Wm, P. Downs, but two or
three yeara of age. This son was taken
by his uncle James P. Downs, and raised
until he was about fourteen or fifteen years
age, when his uncle died, Jeavipg him
is entire -fortune, save a support for one
Mrs. Roper, who It is alleged was the mis
tress of the said Janiefl P. Downs. James
P. Downs was a trading man of good buai
ness talent, and at an early day was a Con
stable of Davidson county. He amassed a
large fortune, and died as he had lived, a
bachelor. He had one sister Henrietta
Downs, afterwards Henrietta Brwn, who
at thtTtimo of his death resided In Mary
land. Wm. P. Downs retained his fortune
until his death in 18C3. He left no other
relations' but the 'heirs of Wm. B. Smithi
who reside in Cincinnati, Ohio, and are
James C.Allen, 'who married one of
these heirs Henrietta Smith, came on here
about the first of the year 1805, 'with pow
ers af attorney and letters of guardianship,
and took possession of much of the proper
ty of the late Wm. P. iowns, ana nrougni
his action of ejectment for the other. Not
giving satisfaction to the heirs inCincin.
nati Jn. regard to his stewardship, they re
voked his power of attorney, and procured
another agent to represent thoir interest,
This incensed Allen very much, and he
wrote threatening letters to Mrs. Smith and
her children, saying that be would sink
the whole estate to h 11 before he would be
supplanted by any one.
About this time a will was found, pur
porting to be the last will and testament of
Wm. P. Downs, deceased, which left the en
tire estate to the wife of Allen. This will
was probated in Common form in the County
Court without the knowledge of the heirs,
in Cincinnati or their agent at this plsce
The heirs now "file their petion in the
County Court to have the probate in com
raon form set aside and the will transferred
for re-probate to the Circuit Court, wheielts
validitv mar be contested .in an issue of
derisavit rel non. This question was tried
before Judge Gienn In tie County Court,
When Judgment was given 3gainst toe heirs
But we learn much additional testimony
will be introduced in the Appellate Court
and there can be no doubt, so far as the
case has progressed, that the heirs have
strongly eustained by the proof the allega
tions in their petition, and will be granted
the irsue. N. & Ed. Baxter and E. H
East represent Allen and wife : Caralbers,
Gaut & Caruthcrs the heirs.
Tennessee Horticultural Society.
This society will hold their stated meet
iog at 2J o'clock this afternoon at the Ma
We are glad to learn that there is mani
fested among its members a lively interest
in conducing to the pleasure and welfare of
the public A report will be made at this
meeting upon the expediency of a course
of lectures upon scientific and ether sub
jects, and to consider what extent ot sup
port they may expect at the hands of the
We think a series of entertainments of
an intelectual order under the auspices of
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liberality and care which wakes this so
ciety, we are satisfied they will be largely
attended by our citizens.
A A'nvhvlUan In Franklin.
The Franklin Review of yesterday says.i
Temperance Lecture. On last Fri
day night T. V. Haley, Esq., of Nash
ville, delivered a lecture on temperance
at this place. A very good audience were
in attendance, and much good, we hope,
was accomplished. We were unable to be
present, but learn that the address was
able and eloqnent. The occasion which
called the speaker to 'our midst was the
organization of a new Division, known as
"Harneth Division 2o. IS'l. Sons ot .tem
perance." We are glad to learn this new
movement is meeting with encouragement.
Cbinn nnd Glassware.
Your attention is called to the auction
sale of china, Bohemian glassware, etc.,
this morning at 10 o'clock, at Campbell A
Spires' 78 Public Souare. As this may 1 e
their last eale all persona desiring to pur
chase will do well to attend. Call early
and examine the goods which are on the
tables for inspection.
The block of buildings on South Market
street, now in course of erection by John
T. Foote, promise to be tho moat magnifi
cent store houses ever built in this city. A
massive iron front for ihe first story has
taken its wonted place in ihe laBt few days,
and a large corps of workmen are rapidly
pushing the work forward to completion .
Our frisnd. Reid, Chadbourne & Co.,
who have recently moved into their mam
moth and elegant cotton house on Broad
way, yesterday hung the banuer oo the
outer wall, that is. embellished the front of
ihe building with one of tho most attrac
tive signs to be found in the city.
Fire In MUelbyvlle.
On Thursday lail a small frame build
ing in Shelbyville, occupied by Thos. J.
Walker, was consnmed by lire. Una is
the second loss Mr. Walker, has sustained
by fire in a very short time.
Thecuje against James Bandy, charged
with assault and battery upon Jane Bandy,
and Jane Bandy charged with lewdness
were all compromised yestirday upon con
dition that the pro-ieciitois would pay the
Circuit Court. j(
The case of James (J. Allen it alt, rs
Amelia A. Covey, a contested case to the
will of Wm. P. Downs, deceased, was
taken ui vesterdav. and testimony was
partially heard. The case will probably
occupy several days yet.
Hrhoola In folk County.
There aro eighteen public schools in
operation in Polk county at present, the
scholastic population U 2767 and the at- i
lend.incc at tho schools U estimated at
Lnrccny ofn hlun.
Wm. Jamison was arraigned before Jus-
lira Mathews vetterdav. on a charge of
larceny, in stealing a sign-board, the pro-
nertv of Mrs. Clark, 'lhere Iwing do
proof against hlin he was discharged,
Ladies linen handkerchiefs at 25c, atS
ickles, 17 Union street. nov 5-tf.
j c. CHISHOLM, Snrgcon DeutUt, duei
emellent work at No. 133)4 Church streat-up
ii. i ,,.nr suitable for wrapping, nt the
Union and American office.
Tiie best Empress cloth for 75c a yard j
ii. Sicklt?, 17 Unitn Mittt. r.ov o-u
Figured Alpaca at 22ca yard
Sickle?, J i unioc
Stockholders' Meeting- of the Evnns
vlllc, i Henderson nnd Hashvlll
The Henderson News-publishes the pro
ceedings of the stockholders of the Edge
field, Henderson and Nashville Bailroad
at their late meeting at Madisonville.
The meeting was called to order by Gen
Bovle. President of the company, and on
his motion was organized, by tho appoint-
mem oi iwev. Joei Ajamoen, as jrresiueni,
and W. J. Marshall, as becretary.
Gen. Boyle made a verbal report of the
acts and doings of the Company since
March 18, when the stockholders last
assembled, showing the progress of the
work and the financial condition of the
comnanv. Great satisfaction was felt at
the progress made in tho construction oi
it'o roaa, anu me uopeiui prospects oi iu
There having been a mistake made as to
the place of holding the meeting, E.L.
Starling, Mayor of Henderson, represent
ing the city, offered a resolution approving
the call of the meeting, and tiling on
Thursday after the first Monday in October,
mnnn . t f . 1 I . . ' t
I coy, as tne ume lor me annual meeting ui
stockholders. The resolution was amended
on motion of Hon. John P. Campbell,
taxing the city of rienderson as the place
of lioliline said meeting- The resolution
was adoDted heartily.
On motion of Gen. Boyle, Major John
P. Camnbell. of HoDkinsville. was unani
mously elected a member of the Board of
Directors, to fill the vacancy left open in
)thet resolutions were adopted, giving
hnritv to the President to negotiate for
further subscriptions to the capital stock of
the. company, and to take steps to promote
the speedy completion of the road.
About fifty-three miles of the road are
already comolsted and in operation, and
ten 'miles nressed nearly to completion
which will carry the road to Madisonville
making in all sixty-three miles. All
theinoney and material are on hand to
sectirc its completion lo Madisonville, and
the work will be finished early in January.
Great unanimity and the best of feeling
pervaded the meeting.
Real Estate Transfers
'The transfers in real estate for the week
ending yesterday were as follows,:
T J Wilson to B L Estes, 225 acres land
in DeKalb county, $800.
Lewis C White to Emily White, lot in
M B Howell, C & M, lo G W Smith, let
on McLemore elreet, $5,040 50.
M A Buchanan to F M Bowser, lot on
North College street, $1,400.
J R Yenable and wife to David Potter,
land in Warren county, Ky., $267 75
S Rosenheim to Phillip Dornbusch, lot
in Wetmore& McGavock's addition $1
M E Howell, C & M, to C J Zeutzehell
lot in Hay's addition, $1,392,
John E Miles to J H Frith, half of lot
ry'S,)i8ttf8V'il8 PD , n i
V T tTntratl C .k M In AlAT K PTf. land
M B.Howell, C & M, to Alex Kerr, land
in county, 2,100.
Aler Ledbetter to Martha A. Cardwell
lot in city, $18,000.
Samuel Watkins to 8 H Manning and
others, lot in 13lh district, $1,500.
Thomas N Bailey and others 4o Mary L,
Giets, lot in 10th district.
W T Goodwin to Harsh, land in
Williamson county, $750.
J C McCrorv lo Ed W Cole, house and
1 Church street, $12,000.
W A Eichbaam and R K Blackman to
A C White, house and lot in city, $9,J
Thoma3 Harding to Michael Ehle, Ian
in county, $2,993 75,
Russell Houston to John Hartnel, lot on
Broad street, $G75.
Dlschhrirea In Bankruptcy.
Tho following discharges in bankruptcy
were granted during the week ending De
cember 4 :
Wilsox County. David Gillem , Wm
Majors, J. R. Lannon.o W. R. Lannon, J.
L. Burke, John S. Williamson, Eli D.
T, T T TT Hm;,l,
Wm. P. Sample.
Davidson Countv. -J. R. Paul.
Williamson County. Johnson Wood
Diceson Countt. M. F. Shelton.
Hickman County. J. W. Nunelin.
Montgomery County. W. B. Settle,
,S. S. Tally and R. ThomaF.
Maury County. S. M. Porter and
and W. W. McCormack.
The following licenses were issued dur
ing the week ending yesterday :
Everett Herrington and Delia E. Stalls.
Jacob Roder and Emily C. Beard.
J. A. Young and Louisa Emma Young.
C.H.W. Johr and Josephine Pfeiffer.
James R. Langdon and Sallie M. Beach
Francois Laurent and Ellen Land.
Jas W. McFerrin and Dora Cooke.
B, A. Cartr and Mary Alice Macey.
H. A. Nelson and Henrietta C. Cheney.
Wm. Hardin and Eliza Love.
Andrew Johnson and Mollie Cheatham.
. Commissioner's Court.
R.B.- Hayp, assault and battery, fiotd
$5 and costs.
Pat Powell, assault and throwing stones
S. Thompson, drunk and disturbing the
peace, taxed with the costs.'
Four prostitutes were fined $10 and costs
each for keeping houses of ill fame.
The Knoxvllle Fret) and ITerold of
We understand that the right Rev. P. A.
Feehan. Bishop of Nashville, will officiate ,
at the Catholic Church on next Tuesday,
the feast of the Immaculate Conception of
the Blessed Virgin Mary, whe, is, un der
thisanpellation, uic-ratronessoiuie Amen
can Church, i Ho tsisuop comes to au
minister the sacrament of confirmation
and to bless the bell which our Catholl
friends here lately purchased for the life of
A cotcraporary notices, as a grave
omission in the new American edition of
JToylc, that it contains no mention of tho
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Utile gain os dt wiiicmiaaicauam con
trives to steal about two hundred and
fifty millions a year, in addition lo the
hgitunato expenses ot tno government
ft rent Nnlc of Japanese, China nuil
Oriental ire. Itnre nnd aieniuilnl
Marine .Shells. cnriome, eic At puo-
i:. vittimit rmprro or limit, at sale
Miirnhv A Uradshaw. No. 7S Church
street, coinmencine 1' naay anu oaiuraay oven
limhtr Jili nnd Sih. at 7 o'clock, to con
Mf.nrinr. TueilT and Wednesday fol-
Ino-ino-. nt 10 a. a. and 7 r. if. each day, tho
finest and mist oxtensivo collection ever offered
I !.! .ii., a n'trtsni ltn lit, Ti AtinTl DV RortOQ
Agency of New York and Philadelphia, com
prising an immense collection ui mu mm
most Deautiiui speciinoua ui uuu
r.irlnntics lrnm evorr nuarter of tho globe. A
: r inffntiinm LTirl ftxntitsite Oriental
n-A.b.n.naiiin i-orost of Jftoanoto and Chinese
m.n,.r..fn,.. Tnntrniflp.cnt lnlnid work: Pearl.
straw, precious woods, boxes, caskets, checiuer
I 1. Al, . Moinal hnnlrs. mins. DlCtUreS.
flre-nroof tea kettles, cabinets, bureaus, stands,
tables, etc etc: beautiful designs in French
and Italian shell work, suitable tor noiiaay pre
sents: articles of curiosity worn anparujoi ui
universe. The entire siipment to be sold ppjl
lively without reserro or limit. This is a ri
opportunity. , ,...,,
Attention oi i.auicn pkucuiu u,..-..
1. Uui luni importers mu
Murphy & Biudshiw. Auctioneers.
His Brow was Fnrrow'd ana xlis
Eyes were Dim.
ills blow w&4 furrow'd andiis eyes were dim.
His bead was bent as If in pensive tnougm.
His nit was shabby, and no doubt to him
lteeurrd the time when that same hit was
But meditations suoh as these caul beal
A broken rAaneaur. or a cranium tore.
r tife such ease as only thase can feel
Who get their uats from :
WAIN! i WALKER'S store.
n.ii. Cam. Film -and Umbrellas,
A PLEA. OP SOT GUILTY.
Soto From tho Ocorcla Agent of the
Southern Insurance Company.
Mr. C. P. Wiggins, one of the Directors
of the recently exploded Southern Fire
Insurance Company of this city, and the
agent for the concern in the Stat of Geor
gia, publishes a note in the Atlanta pa
pers of the 3d, relative to his connection
with the institution. He says :
The manner in which the crave inser
tions of fraud and fradulent combinations
to impose upon a brave and generous peo
ple aro made, is calculated to reflect upon
. rr - 1 a' . T -J" .r f
my omciai transactions, jd vmuicauuu m
my character, I would say that I had no
connection whatever with the organiza
tion of the Southern Insurance Company,
and that my association with the same has
been only in the capacity of general agent.
In regard to, the arsets of the company, all
representations whicu 1 nave maoe nave
been based upon a Bworn statement of its
capital and liabilities forwarded to me by
its maideni- and aecreiary, tne train
of which I had no reason to doubt.
I have done a laree business in this -com
munity as an insurance a'ent, and have
. - . .. - ' t t. T
roauj money jor me company wmuu rep
resent, for every dollar of which I have ac
counted. Any of the people who are in-
tefcatei in knowing that I have not been
made a willing instrument in perpetuating"
an impositson upon them, are cordially in
vited to mv office to make a thorough ex
amination of my books and correspondence'
With the omcers of the company, impar
tial investigation will demonstaate that the
strictest integrity and good faith has char
acterized the conduct of those associated
with mo at this point, as well as of myself
In all business transactions. With tnanics
'jot the "generous patronage extended to
wards me, i would inform the puouc tnai
I will make nomore collectionson premium
notes out. until the difficulties under which
;the Southern Insurance Company now' la
bors are hoally settled.
Charles P. Wiooihs.
To Our Friends and Patrons.
The generous interest of our friends in
extending the circulation of the Union
akd American is each as to call for tht
warmest possible expression or our thanks.
We feel that the best return we ean make
is to pledge increased exertions to make tho
paper worthy, not only of the patronage of
its present list, but of a place in every
counting-room, professional office and fire
Bide in the State. Thi?, we are striving to
do. The more readers we have the belte
paper we can make and the 'more-good we
can accomplish. We want to double , tu
circulation of the Union and American,
If every one who now receives it will
end u one more nnnie. the list
will be doubled at once
Can not you, friend, send us 'one more
name ? Speak lo that neighbor who don
take it, and to that young man who
greatly needs something Democratic to
read. Just try : if you fail, try again
We feel confident that nearly every one of
our present subscribers could send us one
more name, if he would only try. It
would be a small item to each one, but the
aggregate would be of great- importance to
us. One more ; will yon try ?
ONE DOLLAR TILL JAN'Y, 1869
Persons wishing the Daily Usion and
American for the balance of this year
can get it for ONE DOLLAR lilt January
18G9; or NINE DOLLAK3 till Janu
iry 1,1870; or
from now till January 1, 1870, for FOUR
from now till January, 1870, for TWO
DOLLARS, in clubs of five subscribers or
Now is the best time to subscribe,
t others to join you.
To such of our patrons and friendi as
need job-work in any department of print
ing, we would slate that we are thoroughly
prepared to execute all orders at Ihe short
est notice, in the best style of the art, and
that too on the most reasonable term?. We'
have three splendid job offices consolidated
in one, and we allow no other office to sur
pass ours in the style or cheapness of job
printing. Rend in your order.-) and we
guarantee entire satisfaction. It is our
highest ambition lo please our patrons.
We hare one or two good job presses for
sale, which can be bad at at a bargain, by
application at the o"vce of the Union and
SPECIAL NO J iocs
BEKCII, MASLOVE & Ci. 1
Have in store and aro still receiving a very
extensive and desirable stock of Drygoods, Cir-
uets. etc. which they offer low. Call and ex
amine them. docl-tf.
On and after this date, wo will only pay Five
eeata per pound far good country Cotton
Rigs. WniTEMAN BROS.
November 24 tf je t
E BRING BUT NOBDE.-SBLP IJELP FOR
young men who have erred, desire a belter
manhood. Bent in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. If bonefilted return tne postage. Ad
dress. PlIIIiANTUR0S.Box P.t Philadelphia,
Datcliclor's Hair Dye Thi .splendid
Hair Dye is the best In the world. The only
true andrerrct Due harmless, reliable, ins tin-:
taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous)
tints. Natural block or brown. Remedies the
ill effects of lad Dim. Invigorates the hair.
leaving it soft and beautiful. The genuine is'
signed William A. Eatclitlor. All others are
mere Imitations, and should bo avoided, Sold
by all Druggists and Perfumers. Factory 81 Bar-
say street. New York. fapr29 ly,
Property Holders should never bo!
without a Fire Policy in ine old, well
tried, and Reliable State Insurance
Company of Nashville.
The hUbcst market price will be paid in cash
forTou Thousand Flonr Barrels, at the
Jackson Mills. South Market street.
nov5 1m JOHN J. McCANN.
Banner and 8pringfield Register oopy.
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ment of the system, will find in
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vrnoitATOR. It is confidently recommended
by some of the best physicians, as the BEST-
SPKCIFIC known for all the disorders of t He-
Stomach, end a most effectual preventive for5
all MIASMATICAI. influences.
It is composed of pure and Iresh HERBS and
BARK3, and compounded on the most scien-
Iflft Tirineinljc nf medical skill. 1
The Pronrictor holds certificates from several
nersons. who have experienced the benefit of
this GREAT STRENGTuKNER ANU ItrJWU
VAT0R of the human system.
For sale a ble Druggists, and by
U. P- JENKINS.
Vliolssale Druggist and Importer,
No. S9 North Markot street.
novliCin Nashville. Tcnn.
Estrn Speclnl Notice. Beware of Coun
terfeUsl Smith's Tonic Syrup has been coun
terfeited, and the counterfeiter brought to grief.
smith's toxio svbdt.
The iienuino article must have Dr. John
Bull's private stamp on each bottle. Dr. John
Bull only has the right to manufacture and sell
the original John Smith's Tonic Syrup, of Lou
isville, Kentuclv. Examine well the label pn
each bottle. If ray private stamp is not on the
bottle, do nit purchase, or you will be deceived.
See my culumn advertisement, and my show
oiird. I will prosecute anyone Infringing on
my right. The genuine Smith's Ionic Syrup
can be prepared only by myself.
The public's servant,
DR. JOHN BULL.
NATIONAL SAVINGS' CO.
T. S. MARK. Prcs L. O.TARBOX, Cash.
Deposits received. Loans negotiated..
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
CNITXO STXTE3 IKD 0TBX2 SKCOBITIZS.
5-20s. 1st series. 11
5-20?. 2d series.. . HT
5-203. 3d scries............... -107
o-aus, in ow issue ....- j iu
iu-ws .... -no
Tennessee Bonds--... - 67
Loabrillei Nashville R. K. Stock. v 63
' " TaxRece'pts 20
Nashville A Chattanooga R. B Stock . 2t
Nashville and Chattanooga B- R- Bonds..--61
Memphis and Charleston H- R- Stock-.. 4S
Planters' .Bank Stock 12
union uanK fatoclr... - "
aainvuio Corporation Checks.-.--- - io
Honas l mi oo
" (new). S3
South Nashville Street R. B- Stock 25
ausponsion nrldgt Htock iuu
uaviuson uounty coupons ?'
Co. Bonds issued liOUisvllleR.R 82
" other roads 71
Mdntgomerr County Bonds ---r-,rr 5
East Tennessee and Virginia R.U. indors'd 60
DoitiSTio' lan roaxias cxoaiifoi.
On New York .
On Memphis ...........
On London and Liverpool-
.W 90 per pound,
-690 " "
1T2 per thaler.
... 60 " guilder
Ive have made arrangemenos to supply our
customers with Revenue b tamps at tne lollow
ing low rates, discount payable in stamps, vis :
Oa nnreha-ies under $2J. .Par
Oo purchases of $3'or more-2 percent, dis
Oa purchases pi , XJ or.moro.3
Oa purchases of $100 or more.33l "
On purchases of J200 or moro.44
On purchases of 500 or more. "
On purohases of $1000 or more .-02
All orders must beaccomnanied br the mnnov
or check for the amountj:Stmps will be sent
br mail or express, as aireoiea.
UNO WABB19TS , .
40s. War of 1812..
80s. War of 1812-
120s. War of!812..
120s, not War of 1812.
160s. War of 1812...
160s. not War of 1S12.
, , nntsin.
Dank of Tennessee, old
Planters' Bank par
Union Lank.. --par
Union Bank Cert'spar
B'k of Chattanooga, 06
People's Bank SO
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank. 20
State Bank U3
Southwestern R. II- 23,
Union Bank. 80
flank of Mobile 90
B'k of Montgomery, 50
Bank of Selma 25
Central Bank 02
Commercial Bank 05
Eastern Bank 50
Northern Bank 30
Southern Bank 90
Central B. K. B'k- 95
Banking Co. 95
Bank of Commerce, par
Bank of Knoxvilie, oo
Bank of Memphis- 95
Bank of Paris par
Bank of the Union, par
B'k of WestTcnn- 30
Buck's Bank .par
City Bank 65
Commercial Bank 25
Northern Bank par
OcoeeBank-. - 12
Hnnthern Bank 10
'Marine Bank 95
Traders' Bank.- par
Bank of Augusta 70
Augusta Insurance- 01
BankofCoIum us 01
Bank of Commerce, 05
Bank of the Emiire
State s 15
Bank of Athens. - 50
Bank of Fulton 40
Bank of Savannah, 50
Bank of the State of
City B'k of Augusta. 42
Farmers' and Me
chanics' Bank 08
Mechanics' Bank 01
Merchants' 4 Plant
ers' Bank C5
Planters' Bank . . IS
Union Bank 05
Life s ueneral In
surance Co, 10
Bank of Camden.. 30
Bank of Charleston, 30
Bank of Chester 08
Bank of Hamburg (8
Bank of Newberry 25
tlank of the State of
: South Carolina 20
Commercial Bank 01
Exchange Bank 07
Farmers' and Ex
change Bank 01
Merchants' Bank 05
Planters' Bank of
Thctewai but slight variation in gold
yesterdav, though a shade higher. The
following weie the New York quotations
opened at 135, was 135J at II, 135 at
1:30, 135 at 2:25, 135 J at 3, and cloeed at
closed at 135J at 3:10.
! Dealers here were paying 134 and ak-
. Government securities were quoted in
New York yesterday ai follows:
U.S.Csof'Sl, - --- 115
5-20s '62, 111J-
5-20s G4, 1073
5 20 GO, - - - 108
5-20s, new issue, '65, - - - - 110
5 20', " " '07, - - 1105
5 20', " " 'CS, . - HOf
London advices of yesterday quote
United States 5-20s at 74.
Exchange on New York waa taken by
the banks yesterday at discount and sold
by them at par.
1 Tennessee bonus were quoted in New
York yesterday at CSjic for the old,
and 6S$c for the new.
iNasuviiie uorporauon unecKs are in
some demand with but few offering for
Bale. Dealers ara holding at S082c.
The New York money market was a
little more active on the first init., and the
banks and trust companies were a little
more solicitous about obtaining the full
legal rate.on call loans. The New York
Herald says in its money article of Tues
" There h a growing impression that
money will be quite active at no very re
mote day, but nobody seems capable of as
signing any definite reason for it. The
feeling, communicated from onsi person to
another, was tne occasion oi a decline in
the stock market to-day. Tha aizns of
the times do not indicate any very urgent
inquiry at hand. Whatever demand theie
le now in me uiiy id easily aaiisneu airates
above enumerated. The funds to move
the cotton crop have been almost entirely
remitted. The balance is going eo rapidly
that the ettect upon tne money market is
imperceptible. The few remittances to the
South are counterbalanced by tha receipt
from the est. in tne latter locality the
poak packing interest is beginning to re
quire mora money, out can oe easily satis
fied by checking o(T the remittances east
ward. Our banks are also rediecounting
Western debts. The Eastern merchants
do not teem to requite any further accom
modation and ara withdrawing their paper
or ofierini-it at very low rate. of discount.
They seem to prefer doing business on a
cautiou?, conservative bapis for the rest of
the season, particularly Pennine the course
of eolu, as it will be aliccteu by the session
of Congres. At the dry goods sales to
day prices were ntejily and fair, but wilL
The New York Timet, under dato of the
We hear that a latga business waa
done late last evening and early this fore
.noon in the foreign f.xciianges. Tno
lower rates on both London and Paris from
last week, and a liberal supply of bills,
Southern and local, have induced some
considers! purchases for the Hamburg
steamer to-day, and tne Uunaruer, sailing
ing to-morrow. The amount ol bills drawn
by a leading house yesterday, on some
special transaction, v."as reported as high
as 220,000, the whole of which was taken
up at 1092109 per cent., together with
some lieavvsums of sterling and francs for
other bankers, on the basis ol iuai(ii)ioai,
on London. The receipts ot bills drawn
from New Orleans. Mobile, etc, n?ainst
cotton is on the increase.
The sales of Southern State bonds at the
New York Stock Exchange on the 1st
ir.st. were as follows:
2,000 Tenuesaee 0s, new, - - 68J
10,000 do do be, - - 09
10.000 Virginia 0s. new - - 58
10,000 ' do do bet. c - - 57 J
r. IWWl Tv.irll. I'ji-.-iHnn ITa npw . I,:!!.
5,000 do - - - - 635
10,000 do ----- 63
do old, net. call - titi
13,000 do bet. c - - 05
80,000 do - - - 65
5.000 Tennessee C-. old, - - 69
11,000 North Carolina C, old, - 05
15,000 do new, - - 031
20.000 do 00 62
20,000 Missouri 6', - 89
5.000 do b. c - - ay
The foreign trade of New Yoik shows a
continued increase in imports, and a de
crease ia exports of general produce when
compared with hut year. For the peiiod
ftom the 4th September to the 29th No -vember,
the imports are $7,550,000 above
the same weeks of last year ; while the ex
ports of produce, from September 8 to No
vember 25, are 310,250,000 less than in
Friday, Dec. 4, '6S
Cotton There wa? not much anima
tion in theinarket to-day. Including the
sale, there was a considerable lot of mid
dling cotton Trhich brought 211 cent. Low,
middling ranged from 2IJ21J, the
market, however, closiug weak at the fol
Ordinarr.... ... SIVA
Good Ordinary.. -............ .20K(a20Ji
LotrJliddling . . 2121!4
The transactions . of tha day were as
follows : t
Received ... . . .MS
Sales .-.. u..21l
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stoclrtn hand Sept. 1. 1863 60.
Jieceired to-day ................ 238
ReceiTed previously-. ..11153 12S1
Shipped previously ...
Stock on hand..
Tobacco We notice that James Whe
leas & Co., received another hbd tobacco
Corn Sales to-day of 350 bushels," in
eur, at 45a We heard of the shipment of
two car loads to Charleston. s
Dried Fruit Sales of 8,000 "barrels
apples and quarter peaches al 7 and 8c.
Psasuts Sales of .425 "bushel at $1 25
per bushel. ,
Bulk Meats Easiness good and
market firm. Wo quota sides and hams at
Bacon Ciear sides 15i16; thpulders
13. No new bacon yet in market.
Lard. Hart & Hensley's choice leaf
in tierces, 15015 ; cans 1G16.
Raos WhilemarrBrothew'pay 5f&
Live Stock Xarket.
Heavy cattle for shipping are -in great
demand. The cattle received' lately are
rather light, and command 24.
Hogs continue in demand at 67c
No theep received for several, day a.
Thero is a-conBiderable local demand, and
good prices, woald.be paid.
The galea at Morse' stock-yard, for the
three days have been aa follows:
Cattle. Ilogs. Sheep
Wednesday .......................... Zi none.
tnursday- . 35 none.
Filday. 34 117 neie.
New Orleans, Q hhd
Demarra, 1 lb
Porto Rico, Y lb.,..- ..
Cuba. V I
Standard hands, ft lt . :
Coffee. A, .8) .
u. in t1-
' C. extra, "fl lb.
Rio, common, lb-............ 21
" prime, " " . ... ....3o24
" choice, " " 25aJ3
Laguayra' ' " ... . ...-27
Java. " " . 38a0
J10L1SSXS 1SD 8TBCFS.
New Orleans, barrel...-.....
Syrup ...... UK95
Golden Syrup . . 90aSl CO
Superfine, V barrel. $ 6 00
Extra Saperflno . 7a5 00
Single extra 8aS SO
Doublo extra 8 50o9
Treble extra lOalOffl
Family 9 00
Extra family-... . 10 SO
Fancy 11 10
Hamburg, V- lb-
Western Reserve. W lb-
English Dairy, " "
Pine Apple, " "
Young America, " " ..
Ohio, 7 bushel barrel
Ohio.SK " "
" .bushel -
ImDerinl SI G3o2 25
Young Hyson ........... 2 25
Jiiacic . i razua
Gunpowder.. . - 2 00
Star, light weight. 9 lb.
Summer mould, V- box .....
Best Carolina, ? lb... .
Halfbbl. - 1 ..
1 White, half bbU Z
Sardines, quarter boxes
Crrss iBUcknell pints.-.....
PRESERVES,' FEE SOZ.
New York, pint glass
" uuirt " .......
Shaker " "
JELLIES, rEB DOZ.
New York, pint gltss-.. -.
Shaker, quarts "
Gnava, half boiej
CASNED GOODS, PER DOZ.
1 lb can talmond.-. -
...... ...... .....
2 " pine appleSi-- -
2 " strawberries
2 " tomatoes -
Sec. yel. Doachci class ats
3 pts pine apple, glass-.
2 pt cans iSD.rEU3
2 pt cans dams.. .-.
CAKCPS, PEB DOZ.
Pint tomato ,
pts Eng. walnut.
SAUCES, FEB DOZ,
Cream pepper. . -
Koral Benctl-. ...
K pt Crosso A'BlackwoU
A'int " "
BBANDV FECIT, FEE DOZ.
Brandy peaches ....
CAXD1ES. FEE LB.
Fancy mixtures -
Cream chocolate' drops i ..-(..'.
FIRE WOBES. FEB BOX.
No. 1 firo crackers-.-
Sky rockets, perdoi .-......
lloman candles, per dot -
Per round -
RAISINS, FBR BOX.
Whole boxes - -
Lemon - -
Assorted - -
Lemons per box -
.. S Wi'J 09
SETS. PEE LB.
Filberts.-, .... ......
CBAPIERS. rEB LB.
' -i I
Aerated crack 9 rs
Picnic - -
MATCHES, PEE CASE, CADDIE
... 1 009 25
1 i5ay :
LIQUORS, PER OALi
Brandy, French -
3 008 00'
1 752 25
3 0-'3 5
Whisky, Robertson -
2 002 25
6 0012 00
1 20 1 50
No. 5 - - 20
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, PEB LR.
Common, unsound 35 5
ound t TO
Bright 801 00
Light Pressed 1 ?0
tourtcens w ..... coa cm
OILS AND PAINTS.
Linseed, raw 1 20al 25
Linseed, boil : 1 39"
Col Oil- s. 0
Lard. Nn. 1 extra-: . 1 55
Lard. No. 1 r. J g
bweet Oil . 2 002 25
Tanners: 1 ?5
I.nhri.ntlno- . 401 50
Uenzino .... ........ 20a 35
LEITnll, VEX LB.
white Oak. sole
Tennessee Upper, per doz..
Prench Calf, per dor........
American Calf, per doi.......
Kip Skins, per do:........ ..
Splits, per lo
.. 30 C0a36 00
50 0062 00
35 COa40 00
50 00a72 00
- . 60a 70
43 00a53 00
liridle Lteatner. per doz.......
Harness Leather, per lb ........
lieamer, in rougu. . ..,
bait . ..
TS.I.THEB3. TZS LE.
New (lire geese).........
BAOQISO, TtH TD.
KOFI rig LB.
Missouri... Iron Ties .
Axes, nerdoz .
Horse Rhnn. mVm
.7 50 775
iuie anoes. per Keg..
.9 0013 00
. 9 OOolS 00
. ! 23
opauea. per aoz-
, , i,r UUimwM....H
Cotton Cards, perdoi....-...
NAIL3. rXB XIO.
Horse Shoe, per lb.....
glass, izs nor.'.S
4 C0a4 60
4 05 00
orarowDiK, rn a.
Blasting . ....
Fuse, per 100 feet-
SHOT, MS BIO.
caps, ria 1000:
Macaboy, per lb ..... ...
j " " aox
Garrett's, per box '.
SPICES. FEE LB.
Medium . ,,,
WOOL; pes LB.
5 IVaS 00
7 .rfla9 00
WOOD BCCKETS, ETC.
Painted, per cm .
Cedar. " "
" brass hooped.....
Large 2tests ..
BLACXISO PEE DOZ.
VLASCS, PER IIALV 0E0?3.
Empty, half pint : ,.
' ' pint
, " quart ,.
Brown Shirtings. K
Bleached " JJ-
Brown Sheetinn. Si
Bleached " 4-4-
Laurel Hill .
Richland... . . .'..
Brown and bleached Drillings
. . DKC0S AXD DVESICPrS.
$2 55a2 65
$14 all M
BOOTS AKD SHOES.
Men'i Bror., H D S. A B Kip. No. I-'Jl 75a2 12
PQ t -i TE.ri nr.
AIL " n 1 AThil 70
TTT O I. TI I t oo m
M a l -K
a ..4. , n ,
Nesro thick brog 1 1 701 80
I - iav;- i to wi
D n.tr 1 o.a in
-1 87a2 12
-1 50al 75
$2 00a2 50
Men's Calf Brog.-..
2- 1 75a2U)
JerseT Ties 1.
- P Calf " 2 25a2-75
' BuffCong3oots 1 892 50
Calf " " No.l- 3 00a3i0
. No.2.2 60aSC0
J- BaffOxfcrdTies No.l- 1 50i2 00
Buff Oxford Ties ..No. 2 1 00a! 50
r' tlf Uxford Ties No..l- 2 25a3 00
" Calf Oxford Ties No.2175a2 25
' Calf Fr. Ties 2 no. 2 S3
"1 J4 DS Qenl'sKip'BDob.20in43 OOaCO 00
r DS Cent's Kip Boou,17 in- 42 00a43 W)
Y JlS.Uent's Kip Boots.15 in-. 40 00a45 00 ,
" .JjRnsseU Top Kip Boots 4200a5l 00,
Kiuseit Top A Calf. 18a20 in- 30 00a42 00
nussett Top a uair, ieai in- 33 ooaaa uu 1
" RusjettTop A Calf, 15 in 30 003S 00
" Kussett Top A Calf. 913 in -. 39 00a 45 00 ,
" Russett Top, Kip, 9al4 45 0a54 00
uair ruoots-i. .No. 1- 72 Wa w
Calf W P Boots -No. 2- 60 00a72 tO
CairJDS Boots..-No. 1- 60 O0a72 00
H 0 JJooti NO. 1- 64 0070 W
Calf. Fine Boot 3d 00a 13 00
Youths' XA DS Fancy Top Kip. No.l 27 0033 00
. " I)S Fni.tr Tnn Win Kn " V n"7 fill
DSFsncy Top A CalC 13 C0a22 50
liSUentsKip No.l- 21 WaSJ 00
DS Gents' Kin Xo. 2- IS 5021 00
Child's H DS Fancy Top Kp Call- 12 001(5 50
Women's a Kip lco lioots- 1 0Uii is
a Kip ft tiilmorals 1 ajal .17
SKin Kalmorals 1 251 51
A Calf BImorU . 1 35al fO
Kip Lace Boots . 1 371 Jo
Kip lialmorsls .. .. 1 .Val '
BuffBilmorals No.l- 1 50t 7.".
Huff Balmorals No. 2. 1 25al in
Buff Balmorals. ..No.3 1 1101 ri
Calf BImorIs No.l- 1 752 12
Calf Balmorals No. 2 1 501 45
Calf Balmorals.. No' 3- 1 25al SO
Grained Balmorals.. 1 25al 73
Goat Bew'd ilalmorals.No.I- 1 752 UI
Got Seir'd Balmorali.NoJ?- 1 Wal 75
Kid Seir'd Blmorls.No.l 2 253 (U
Kid Soir'd Balmorals.No.2 2 002 21
Kid Sw'd BaImora)s,No-. 1 502 00
Goat Sow'd Balmorals, No.l- 2 C0i2 51
(lotSew'dBalmorli.No-2- 1 G52 00
PcbleClfSew'd Jtialmsrals 1 752 00
Serge Cong. Gaiters No. 1 2 252 75
Serge Cone.Oaiters No. 2 2 0a2 25
Serge Cong. Gaiters No 3 1 502 00
Serre Cone. Gaiters No.l 1 001 f-0
Mines' Kid nnd Goat 1 401 ;5
Kill and serge ong - 1 zs2 iv
.Kip. Calf and BnffBalmorals 1 10al 75
n' float Balmorals. 75al ti
Kia uaimorais. -
Calf Balmorals... .
Vaulbs' AB Kip Br'gn
1' Calf Br'gn
1 251 40
1 001 sp
TIIE COTTOS MARKETS.
Mobile. Dee. J.
P.illim nniet and easier : sales J.850
bales, icluuing 55 after cloe yestenlay;
middlings 22(")231c; receipts j,un.
CtinrleHlOB, llec. U.
Cotion dull and ic lower ; sales 370
bales; middlings 23 ; receipts 1,352 bales;
tporw, coastwise sdl.
btton opened firm and closed dull
middlinit 23J24c; receipts 3,022 bales ;
expottp, to Havre, l,otia; coastwise ',2U.
"Ansrastn, Un., Iii-r. a.
Cotton auiet: very little buiines-i done
in consequence of the election.
Alacou, On., Uee. 2.
The market opened this morning with a
good demand at 22J cents, but the after
noon dispatches were unfavorable, and the
market closed quiet al 22 cents.
Atlanta, Oa., Dec 2.
The market opened at 221 ; but owinsr to
Liverpool advices at noon, declined to 22
cents. Keceipts ll'o bales.
Moutsoruerj, Aln Uee. '.
The market is dull and drooping, and
prices a shade lower. We quote low mid
dlings at 2122c
The market has been quiet throughout
and was weak, although the grcitjr nuni:
2 5011 Call
j rn 1 finirii a ii... xv a in m.ci rn
5 00' Boys'? D S Gent's Kip Boot. No.l- 36 OOa42 CO 'ne waf' " ,i" I'in "Kinc Col
li tztiqq.. irs -it. tnm.tann I for such service to tne ivinjr tvmg uoi-
" U US Fancy Top S Kip Boot- 24 0030 00 ton.
DsfeSX, The Cincinnati CommemaoftheSJsays:
ber of holders were not anions to sell, as
they preferred to await advices per cable.
Cincinnati Dec; 2.
The demand continues eood, and all
ronnd lots offered sell readily at fall pri
ces, but the supply is short, and it is diffi
cult to obtain the stock to fill orders. We
quote ordinary at 2021c; good ordi
nary at zt j(o: ; low. middling at -Zfv,
23c; and middling at 23i23Jc per lb.
At the regular auction sale to-day the
offerings amounted to 95 bales, and bids
were accepted on 13 bales. We also note
sales of 107 bale3 Wednesday evening ordi
nary to low middling at 21 to 22c We
quote low middling 21 to 22c.: good or
dinary, 20 to 21ic ; ordinary, 20 to 20ic.
LonisvtixE.Dec.4. Sales of S9 hoes-
heads tobacco; new lass drooping; old crop
firm. Cotton 23. Hcgs 78c gross.
Plantation molasses 60G5c New Or
leans sugar 1213J. Sapernne Hour $o
(aili. Uorn 6U(soj. uaiso;t2)oo. uneat
SI 651 73. Eye $1 35. Mesa Pork
$23. Lard 14J15. Bacon new clear
rib sides 161; clear sides lGf i bulk shoul
ders 9 j; clear rib sides 13; dear siaes i dj;
green hams 11; shoulders S; sides 11.
Whisky, rawj free, nominal.
Cincixsati, Dec. A. Family flour $7 50
8. Wheat ?1 78. Corn 6364c. Oats
60 62c ByeSL30. Cottca dull at 23c
WhiskvSl. Hullc meats snouwers tc;
sides 12J13ic Lard 13J14ic Pork
$23. Butter 3539c Eggs 39c.
St. XVeala Markets.
St. Lonis, 'Dec 4. Tobacco nothing
doing. Sapernne Hour otso. uorn ooi
69c Wheat, fall, SI 451 96. OaU 54i
56c Pork S22 50&23. Balk meats
shoulders' 99Jc: clear sides 1313lc
Bacon clear1 sides are held at 17clii ;
sugar cared bams 16Jc Xird 14c. Whisky
Hew Tork Harket.
NEwYoEK.Dec 4.-Oottdn quiet and
scarcely bo firm ; sales- 2,000 bales ; up
Und lAic. Suoerline- flour S5 60(3)6.
Whisky quiet at SI 03. Bice quiet ; Caro
lina 88 jc Coffee, in fair request. Sugar
quiet. 'Jubal0jUc. Molasses quiet;
Kew,.Orleana 71c W heat quiet and very
firm. Corn dull at SI !4(o)i ioj.
New Tork Drjcoods Market.
New York, Dec 4. Drygoods un
New TorU Xoney Slarket. .
Viw Yokk. Dec 4. Money easier
call loans GCft7. Sterling doll and weak
at 99. Gold 135i135.
Gold sales to-day ?30O,00O at 35.
London, Dec 4.Consols 92I92.
Frankfort, Dec 4. Bonds 79I79
LiVERPOOt, Dec 4. Cotton sales for
the week ending yesterday 83,000 bale?, in
cluding 23,000 for export and 14,000 lor
speculation ; stock 363,000 bales, tnclnding
45,000 American ; amount afloat for this
port 254,000, including 78,000 from the
United, States. Market to-day tending
downward; sales 10,000 bales; middling
uplands oa spot lit, to arrive lUjtauuj.
Manchester, Dec Market heavy,
New Orleans 3Iarket.
Netv Orleans, Dec 4 Cotton sales for
the week 40.217. imports to .Liverpool
55,191, toother foreign ports 11,855; coast
wise 3412. Stock 105,435. Cotton stiffer
during the day, but closed unchanged;
middlings 2223; sales 9100. Receipts
to-dav 0106: exports 2291: sales 3o90.
Sacar dull and drooping, common and
prime 11; clarified 1212; molasses fair
demand and lower common i.
RIVER AND WErVniKII.
leavino this day.
Fannie JJrandeis Evans'vjlle, .12 it.
Talisman. Cairo, 4 r. si.
The river at this point yesterday waa
tationarv. with 51 feet on the shoals
Weather cloudy, with a little rain, the elc
ments indicating snow.
There wereno arrivals ordepirtures up,
to dark, and the wb'arf presented a dull ap
Our Clarksville correspondent tele
graphs us that the Talisman passed up at
10 A. jr., yesterday, and the iannie Uran
deis at 12 sr. Both boat will be found in
tort this moraine The Talisman has 100
tons groceries and sundries,
Capt. Boyd received a lelegrara slating
that the Robert Moore passed Louisville
yesterday on her way to this port
The Fanny Brandeis is the regular
I ... .1 . in t
I - '
I ni rftrnm-ni!p,I hv iliat clever officer.
H . Kiu RodJ ia tbe
I ml t? .UnMAr Tdlnmsn Hfl4M
to-day at 4 p. St., for Cairo, St. Lonis and
I xrn.n anil all intermediate Iand-
lugs. It is only necesiary to remind officers
that that tbe experienced Capf. Strong is
!n rnmmand. and Cspt. Ben. F. Eean in
The Wild Cat is on lier way to this city,
so siys the Loniiville Democrat.
1 NEWS FROJI OTIIER rORT3,
ThR New. Orleans Picamine of the 2d
says : . - -
Thp maMiificent Memphis packet
Mtnt& it now entitled to the bine ribbon,
haYintr Bronsrht down last nieht 4028- bales
of cotton. This is the largest load of cot
ton brought down this seasoD, ana tne
lircest that has arrived at onr port since
Walfer Brown, the champion oarsmaD,
on Tnesdsy, at noon, comraenceu his leat
of rowine a scullboat from Pittshnrg lo,
Cincinnati in eight consecutive days from
the time of startirisr, between sunrise and
snnaet. Tne boat used by him i 12 indies
wide. 32 feet lone, and weighs dU panuds.
He will have lo reach Cincinnati oa Wed
nesday, December 9, at 12 o'clock, in order
to win the wager ofii.uou.
RUks. taken at t-iiiltali'e
Offloe Heoond National Bank Uulldlna
JiS" Ie fairly ailjiutetl aud prompt!?
JOHN I.tTMSDHN, lresident.
H. S.-FRKNCH. Yice President.
JOSKl'H NASII. Secretarv.
For t'nlro. St. I.ou1h. JleimiliU
Til E FINE PASSENGER STEAJI
EK TnlUmnn. M'u. Steoxo
.Master. Ue.h. F. tn iv C.lrV i..n
leavoaj ooto on satuiwax; tbesth InsU at
o cioexf . 11.
ui iiciKub ut iiusiixo appiy on uoaro. or
W At. BOYD.
u ana rront street.
V. A. PHKIII.H j
die2c II Ah RISON A j0N. Agts
nAliRISOiN & so.
45 aud 16 Frout Stroet,
F0RWAEDINO AND C0MMISSI01V
Steamboat aud Hallroad Ageuts,
BOAT 8TOKE IE.iLEKS.
rpiIROUGU BILLS OF LADING ISSUED TO
. all tbe principal Nortnern, Jiaslern. West-
cqi and Southern cities by rail and waters. ' 1
Flae Driving Horses, Stales
CONSTANTLY. RECEIVED AND FOR
sale at lowest market prices, by
Jeel-4t No. 13 South Collsjo street.
STOKE FOR KENT.
THE STORE DOUSE NO. 7. NORTH
Cherrr street, next door to Uxro aso
Ahmicax Block. lately occupied br Morris
Powers as a Clolhine Store, is for rent. For
particulars apply to W- L- BOYD, or
NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS.
A CALLED JIEETINQ OP TIIE MEDICAL
SOCIETY OV NASHVILLE, will bo heU
at its Koomr, corner of Church and Vine
Tuesday, the 8th inst, at 7 P. 2T.,
For tLa TrarnnM nf ll..MPfTQ.
8T,rf,atm Medical Practice.
ai camera ox ta bociety are reqsired to at
tind. and Pbvsicitns in Edreftl.l n.l ih ti.
tinity are respectfally nrjed to bo prejent.
jj wiuu vi laic i iQiiieni.
GEORQE S. BLACKIB. M. D,
The Southern Mattre'ss Faotory,
HO, 372 8. CIIEBnYSTREK.T.
WEKfiEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND SU
nerior Nnrlnsr. Carted AlHlr. (nmii.
Cotton Top and Wool Mattrenses. to
gether with Pillowi. Boll ten. Sheets. Comforts.
elc, mc, wmen. will be farauneu to order at
tha lowest prices.
We also trim Church pews, and do. all. kln.li
of renovatinc ia onr line-
If iceoaTeoient to Tisit oar Factory, call at
Yeatman. 6hields & Co.'s. or T. W. Birau'
Anetica Hooies. Colleza street, and leave or-
aerx, wuica wm oaprompuy niitu.
W wiU buy 200.000 poands of R0C9H
auu (.aa aeurerea ar. our racrory.
nov242m 272 bonth Chtny it.
Commercial Insurance Co.,
Office, 39 Xorth College St.,
ESTABLISHED IN 1854.
Capital - S100,OOQ.
Takes Fire, Hirer and Marine Risks at Fair
K. V. JlcXAJKY, Pren't
K..D. HICKS. Sct'r-
R. C. JIcNaiit Jaii Woods, Jso. Kieiua
Jrt.Bca.xs. CK.Hn.LyA, Jso-H. Ewi.t.
W. H. Kvass. L.H. Limn. FtroBM'CatA
O. W. CC.f 51XGOA v. S. N. Maciv.
IT I 11 Ti
FOR SALE LOW !
ATUARDCATLK. OENNETTi. CO.'S, Nos.
Ti and TS South Market street,
iron. Castings. Axles. Nats. Bolts, etc. Also
Scrap recovered from our Store, burned nut
dec! Im WM. 1.YON CO.
Acrtsa Assistant - il.'s Orricv. U.S. A..
asbtule. TenX December 1. 1S5S. i
PROP03ALS IN DUPLICATE WILL BE
received t this olHco until 12 vM
On Ttinrday, Dceember lo,
10,000 bnfhels Bituminous Coal,
115 tones Baled Hay.
40 tons Baled Straw.
Tho articles to be of tho best quality : too Col
to be in lumps suitable for crates, and bids fcr
sm must state the kind of Coal anil the mine
from wbioh it was taken- Tho delivery to be
made prior to the 2.-th day of June, 1819, at neh
times and in snch quantities aa the Post Quar
termaster at Nashville may designate: par
'ment to be made monthly f r the quantities de
livered in the month. proTided funds are vn
hand, and if not then as soon thereafter a
funds shall be received.
. Bidden will state tbe pricft for dehrtry.
both at the Barracks and elsewhere within ths
city limits. Separate contracts iroy be mad
with the lowest bidder on each article
By erder of Brft. Maj. Gen. Thos. Swords.
J. F. CLEQHORN.
' dec3 61 BnrL Capt. and A. A. Q M
H. W, HASLOCK, "
D RU GrG 1ST,
No. 19 Public Square,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF
PhTsiins and tha oublie eenerallr to
his fresh and enlarged stock of
Drnjrs. CbetnlenTH.FInlil Csrtrnct.Il
Ulna or 1'aient aeuielnro. Fancy
Articles. PnlntH. Oils, Wlu
tfoiv Glaa, etc.
Also, on hand Fomera'j Cbmrouna Iodioisai
Cod Liver Oil. best imported French Brandy
for medicinal purposes. Ea de Colonies of su
Most particular attention naid to the Pre
scription Department, under the direction of
Mr- J.B.BUKCH ARTZ. on experienced Apoth
ecary and Chemht, graduated in Prussia.
nova 3m 11. W. 11ASLUIK..
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
in informing the pnblie of EdreSeld tbit
they hare re-opened tba above old establish
ment, rocentlr oeeuDied by C. ALTMETEK.
where will bofonndeasstantlyon hand. Fresh
Bread everr avonlsr. which will he delivered
M relidences cm leaving orders at the Bakery-
Cakes or all Binds. Candies of every descrip
tion, and ererythins tun airy kept In a
FANCY FAXfll.T GROCERY.
Orders far IVeddin-rs and Parlies promptly
filled Goods delivered to all parts of ths town
frte of charee. GEO. IIAZLEWOOD Jr SON.
Corner or n ocuiana ana narrow sts.
T LL PROCEED
TO SELL. TO THE
Cih. on tinlartlnx.
X highest bidder for
1-itb Oeeesuber, JSCS, 10 o'clock, at No.
49 ilnrket itreet. the late business hours of
Jama Doyler deceased, the following arliclej
belongins; lo raidiJoyler
1 l.reo acaic,
1 Kre-proof Snfc.
1 Writing Desk.
0 Chairs, jtT
1 Center Table.
2 Small Stoves,
1 Rocking Chair.
1 Bedstead and Bed Clothing.
Carpet and Mutiny.
Aho. varinus small articles belociriaz to the
fate fiim of DovleA C.
AllCH A LI. VAUOIIN. Adm'r.
deettd of James Daylu. dee'd.
lltal list ate Agents.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFKItF. T
No. 11 North Cherry street. IUXWC1J.
IKHIftt". where ther will continue to fire
their nttenlion toselhnr. excTSaniiiiy. rentmK
and lefimr every description uf o'y and
Onr Jilt. GAKIIKIT will i e Iiu snertil nt-
tenlion In tb examination r tillci. prerrin
iieni. line dodih, mortr.". eomracu, el;.
ioi a salKlaetiiry manner nod on reasonitble
1868 KA..I 186S
Furnitnro and lIattres303.
WEAKLEY & WARREN,
No. H North otl-i:e Mrrel.
ManuOto'.ureri and Wbloile as.l Kei.ii!
ers in Every Variety of
Piirlor. Hed-nioni. ninliic-r.oni. Ilitll
Njirlusr. Ilutr. Ho, ('itloii-lii hiii!
I.oitUlucr OlniiMeN, tVlmloiv Gln, etc.
WE DESIRE TO CALL ESPECIAL AT
tentlontoour Mammoth Stock of flood
for the all trade, as we are fully atislicl that
an elimination of our stock and- Prices will
convince purchasers that we wil sell good goods
fully as low as they can be bought ia this city,
or brought here from any other market. Con
sult your own interest by givinjr us a call
We have about 190 boxes Window Ulaii tha
we will sell at coat. sep5 -m
ReSolar Weekly Smithland and
'I HE FINE STEAMER Fanny
1 llrnndeiH. Caft. llixuv Mil
lii. Master. Kirr ItCDn. Clerk. Willi
leave Nashville EVKRK SAIURDAi. at 12
o'clock noon, making positive and close connec
tions at Kvansville with regular Louisville and
Cincinnati Packets, insurinz sneedy aid reli
able transfer of freights to above point. Or
ders for freight solicited, and reosonible rts
iror ireignt or passage apply or uoaru. or 10
llAKKIaON SUN. Agents.
novl7tf No. J and 40 Front it"