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BSTiAELISHED JMLiKCH 30. 1835.
fESDAY. NOVEMBER 26, 18
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a week - 85
Gold was finutr to NewJ York yester
day, oeniogatllSJ, alfaaciag to .313,
and d-ilr? at 1133113: v.
Tekhesske Bonds dosed In KawTorlt
last evening at 75 for the old lssae,and 75 c
for tlw new.
Corros Is teady In 2Te?r York at. 19c
for middling, with good export demand.
Harawllh we promt a list of the Sena- j
tore aua uepresenuiives elect to theieg
Ulalnre, corrected from the official returns,
together with their postofflce.
1. Johnson, C-rter, Washington and
Greene S. X 2f. Falton, Jonesfcoro.
2. Sullivan, Hawkini, Hamblen. Hsa
sck and CUiWrne James White, Bogers
vfile. 3. Cocke, JeiTereonj S67ier and Blount
M. L. McCoKtidL, Maryville.
4. Union, Grainger, Andersen. and Enoz
.David Bldicvds, Knoxville.
'5.' Ctmp-eH, ITorrn, Scott, Bxwxwjysn
Irwi. Overton, Futaasi, Whilo sol Cum-l5erland-WiOTCX.Xcion,KIcton.
0. Loudon, Monroe, McMInn, Meigs,
Bradley and Polk J. Caleb Morgan,
7. R6ca,Jamts, Hamilton, Bledsoe, Se
quatchie, Clarion, Grundy and Van Buren
E. A. Jamc, Chattanooga.
3. Warreii, oflfee, Deilalb and Canwii
James H. Hughes, McMlnnville.
0. Macon, Smith, Clay, Trousdale, Sum
1 cr and Jackson N. W. McConnell, Units
IP, Bulborford aad Bedford James D.
Bi lw-rdson, "Umfxesboro.
il. DavDbon IF. P. Jones, Haahvllle.
yi. "VVUson and Davidson Jakes H m
13. ilarshall, VrankUu and Llncom
James I TUlm2,Fayette-ujo-
1-i. Williamson and Maury T.P. P. Al
lison, Collego Grove, Williamson county.
15. Giles, Law recce, Wayue and Lewis
Nonu"- StUTBSCS, PulaskL
10. Uin'kn, Veny, Humphreys. DJik
eon, Crliei and liouiton V.
ji'ocdy, Gl'em's Station, Dickson county.
17. Bcbettcn, Montgomery and fiewart
-Nathan BranaCc, PoTar.
18 Haidln, Decatur, Benuni,2Clia
vno D( nderson S. L. WArrn, ruray.
19. Carroll and Gibson J. M. Coulter,
Dyer's SisioJ, Gib ion county.
20 Henry, Weakly, Oblcn aadlj-ke
J. A. McCall, Union CUy.
21. Madison and JJardeman F. 3.
6n.pcs, Denmark, Madison county.
22. Ilayirood. Lauderdale and Djci
B. W. rvoberti-in, Brownsvlilc.
23. Shelby, Fayette and Tipton Bc5rt
XcKenna, White's Statin, Shelby county.
24. h'helby A. T. Lacwt, Mempfci.
25 ssf'.by Y. L-JAirr, Collitirviu?.
Dimocrcts, in 110 man, i-i, nepuuucaua,
In Holies, 7, and Independent, In FUAii I
VAlllAXO, -!. I
&Uivan L.H Danny Union D-jrtl.
Hawkins John Blevins, Rogers vitle.
Jefferson TPT R. Eckel, Leadvale.
Knox G. IV. Carnes Knoxville.
Blonutr J. i. Bealcs, Friendsville.
Eoane L. -V 'rPfater, Kingston.
"JrMtn- T TT Tttnitl Mis CrcV
Hamilton U. X. Snyder, Chattanooga.
Warren F. M. Moffitt, Irving College.
Smith Sam. Allison. New illddleton.
Wilson S. S. Frt-sto'n, Lebanon-.
Rutherford J. H. J&miscji, M'nrfrees'
Bedford- llailcn C. CoucA, Shelby
ville. Franklin H. U. Moore, Hunt's Station.
Giles Willis Wurloy, Pulaski.
Lincoln W. W. Wilson Fayetteville.
Marshall J. L. Orr, Lewisburg.
Williamson Burk Bond, Franfelln.
Maury Auch. Hughes, Jb., Columbia.
tinmner J. A. Trousdale, Gallatin.
Robertson George A. Washington, Ce
dar Hill. , ,
Montgomery R. F. Ferguson, Peacher'a
Henry James A. McCampbdl, Paris.
Carroll T. B. Brooks, McLemoresville.
Weakley George W. Martin, Gardner's
GibsonJames M. Elder, Trenton.
iladlbon Oturge G. Perkins, Jackson.
Henderson Peter Pearson, Lexington.
McNairy B. M. Tilman, Henderson
" Hardeman W. M. Beck, Middleton.
Fayette J- T. Ilallin, -Jr., iomervllle.
Haywood W. W. RvUedge, Browns
ville. Dyer Allen Harris, Newbern.
Lauderdale J. F. Young, Double
Tipton Holmes Cummins, Covington.
Davidson Pmup Lindblet, J. B.
Jeup, James W. Beady, Sampson W. Hee
Shelby P. J. Mulvekiiaix, Jesse F.
Brown, W. C. Wabd, John Overton, Jr.,
A. B. Haynes, M. J. Williamson, Mem-
f Johnson and Carter L. F. Jlyleir, Eliz?-
IanblJa and Grahit,ei Allen A.Tiitc,
Cocke and Sevier Alex. Began, Par
rottsville. Hancodj and Claiborne G. G. Cotlrell,
Cumberland Gap, Claiborne county.
Union, Campbell and Scott J. J. Bun
can, Huntsville, Scott county.
Ijiox and Anderson L. C.Hovk, Knox
vll'e. Morgan, Fentress and Overton Wm.
B Bnwden, Jamestown.
Monroe and Loudon Jesse Martin,
'Polk and Bradley Lafayette McLeod,
Ducktown, Polk county,
- James, Mei-,8, Rhea, and Cumberland
- W- C. Peak, Pin Hook Landing, Meigs
Marion, Sequatchie, Bledsoe, Hamilton,
Grundy and Van Buren C. C. Patton,
White and Putnam W. M. Russell,
Coffee and Cannon J. H. Wood, Wood
bury. Wilson, Trousdale and ,DeKalb Lee
Jackson, Macon and Clay Scott
Moore, Moore's Store, Clay county.
Bedford and Rutherford George JV. Till
Lincoln and Giles D. J. Noblltt, Fay
etteville. 4 Williamson and Mtury John Frierson,
Montgomery and Stewart J. C. W.
Lawrence and Wayne Tie.
Hickmau, Perry and Lewis Levi Mc
Humphreys and Benton H.M. McAdoo,
Hardin "aid Decatur S. L. Biggs, De--iturville,
f;.p(b'on afld. Lake J. A. Board, Union
tfity. ' j '.
I. Shelby and Fayette L. L. Boyd, Som
erville. ; , . , ,
Carroll, Gibson, Henry and Weakley
W. I. McFarland, Humboldt.
Madison, Haywood and Hardeman
John R. Bond, Brownsville.
Democrats, In Boman, 40; Bepublicans,
In italics, 27, and Independents, in small
capitals, 7. The vote In Lawrence and
Wayne Is a tie between Tally, Democrat,
and Turner, Independent. We under
stand the Governor has sent a messenger
for tbe poll books In these counties, and if
upon a careful examination, the tie shall be
established, an election will be ordered
Hooksett.N. H., Nov. 26. Two young
men of Raj mood, named Bradley Slurte
vanb and Aiden Fowe, drowned in a pond
yiuuv gtuiiuijg Sunday, by brcasing ttirongh
fha lc. A boy who went' went with tiiem,
tbtf threw out and saved.
Grant Kot Ja "Fayer of Jbnaesty.
Deplerafel? CowlitioH of cur Earr
Tae Kle (Iwad' Border.
Wabuihqtos. Nov. 24. Tbe commfa-
eioners to investigate tho ontrtses on the
Bio Grande bordei have complt'd their
report, which is very long. They opmt two
noorp witn ino resident on ine suoject yes
terday, when he asked for many explana
tions, taslnjr a amp Interest in H. The
commisalotxers confined their investigations
to a d'etance of 600 miles from the month
of the Rio Grande to Bio Oiande City, es-
i n.if .
nurinii IncliiflAfl trlLh.
I I. IV.I tlnl. v,-. - r L
UJf -lIWt 7Z
nothing of the murders committed by Mex
leans. They think that if they had con
tinued their investigations as fkr as El Paso,
it would have been discovuid tht :ho to
tal losses, including thoss caused by Indian
raid?, would have increased Ue sum total
to $100,000,000. They urge protection li
the peopla on the bonier by the increase of
the cavalry; otherwise a predatory war will
result. The appropriation for tbo commis
sion is exhausted, but a new one will be
made to continue tbo commission In the
Erosecution ol further investigations. Then?
1 no doub; that the President will utiw up
on CongreM prompt legislation la the prem
ises. Celt Ob Claims.
The Court of Claims is nor encaged on
tbo remaining unadjudicated cotton claims
filed within two years after the declaration
of peace. Sinco tbe passage of the proviso
referring to tbe Secretary of the Treasury
J claims far ottoc seized affav thsl te9,
the proceeds of tbe ealo of which have been
paid into the treasury, twelve hundred
claims have been filed with the Secretary.
Ta TiuMuZ I vO iwqv 1m ho cinnct vi
sibly attend to tbcm with the particuiailty
which Uioy require; hence there is no doubt
that Cong.-ess will either providf that they
be remittei' to the Ciurt of Claia;, 'hnt
tbeybeexan ei and titled by a sped!
r-d!ent Grab's yesterday directed the
issue of a pardon to Reuben J. Young, of
Alabama, coavkled in My, 1872, of being
implicated In a Ku Klux conspiracy and
sentenced io bo imp: isoned for ten years
aad to pay a fine of -5 1,000. The pardon is
granted In compliance with the petition of
the citizens of tbo locality, and it is given
out that this policy 7UI be pursued In other
A Ktcs Place.
fha Commissioner of Agriculture has a
goo," thing cf It. .Tn aidition to his salary
of $J,000 par year, he appoin") one son a
derk at $J ,830 and another at?l,G00. He
also oxapi23 O dwelling a portion of b.
puclic building, estimated st $1,200, and
appoints his fimily mm servant a messen
ger at $900 per annum, besides otter extiss
The Boston Tirtt Kotcorlrjcically.
Tlw Mlcying "IikiJ repeat ui too Signal
Sarvico observer fiUuosc4 nt Boston, rela
'J"e to tbe anemomr-inc and other observ
ations taken by himself during tbe fire, will
oe louna ot great interest ana nigtuy &
, . , JI;I
-Eoo-itrr, iL&ec , Ifov. ig, 1573. io tl-o
Chief Signal Olbcwf of the Army, Washing
ton. D. C: 'General In reply to your
telesraohic dispatch, received this morning,
directing me to make a full report of the
meteoric phenomena attending the recent
great fin;, I would rcspeclfu!ly"say that the
wind Xj this station during the progreu ci
thfl fim varied from ijnrth-norlliwfut tn
north, with a velocity of from five to nine
miles- an hour, the weaker being dear,
cool and pleasant. On approaching the
fire on the north or ivard side afz'crs
u the wind would allow, tho indraught of
air through the burning streets assumed
the character of a brisk wind, probably six
teen or eighteen miles par hoar, whlie the
heat was so intense as to cause smoke,
steam, etc, to be carried up in spirals to a
great elevation. On tbo south or lee side
tbe induced currents of air were very strong,
probably thirty or thirty-five miles per hour,
carrying the fiie bodily to windward. This
state of aflliirs appears to bo the reverse of
the Chicago fir , where the strength of the
wind was suffident to overcome
the induced currents, and the fire
burned to the leeward. It appears as if the
high wind permltced the indraught to rbe at
a considerable angle after reaching the firo,
leaving a large space of highly rarlfied ak
in its front, indudng stronger currents to
flow in, which, meeting the indraught, gave
a spiral or vrhlrlwind form to the ascending
cuirent. During tho fire a flock of ducks
passed & a great height overhead, and light
reflected from their plumage made them ap
pear ss fire balls passing rapidly through the
air. Many who saw them called them me
teors and took them to b5 the balls of fire
said to hav be6n seen In the Northwest
during the great fires in that region. As
an ezimple of the great heat diffused, 1
would state that during the night I exposed
a thermometer in the observatory to tbe full
glare of the firo, when it rcse nearly five do
grees, althorh placed upward of two thou
sand feet from the burning district and dead
to windward of it. No other phenomena
occurred, the barometer rising slightly, and
the weather remained unchauged. 1 have
.he Lo-or 10 be, uentrai, ve v .respectfully
jour obedient servant, II E. Volk,
unservcr Mguai ocrvica u. a. ..
New York, Nov. 23 Washington
specials state that the President's message
is completed In the rough, and Is to be con
sidered by the cabinet to-morrow. It does
not declare in favor of general amnesty.
A special from Washington says tho
British forces have been withdrawn from
the Island of San Juan, in accordance with
the Berlin decision.
WabhinotoN', D. C, Nov. 25. Gen.
McDowell has been appointed Major-General
in place of Gen. Meade and ordered to
the department of tho South. Gen. Han
cock Ja ordered to tho department of the
Atlantic Gen. Terry will take command
of tho department of Dakota, vacated by
JLealtr for Convlcis None for tho
Paymaster Hoge, sentenced to ten years
Imprisonment on the charge of embezzle
ment, has been pardoned by tho President.
A JHtotlen KTy Shoddy Ships for
Important recommendations concerning
the efficiency of the n:vy will bo made lu
the forthcoming report of Secretary Bcbe
sou predicted in part upon tho reports of
the chiefs of bureaus of that department.
It has been found that more mouey has
often been spent in tho repair of eld vessels
as authorized by Congress than would
serve In the construction cf now ones of
prpater strength and improved model and
aDDurtenances. As an instance of this thel
Pensacola cost $325,000, and the repairs
more than twice as much, namely, 760,000.
As to other vessels of the navy Including
the Guerricre, Nevada, Iowa and Vander
bilt, to put them into a thoroughly good
condition wotdd require an amount of
money, far exceeding their original cost.
Their timers are much decayed, the ships
having been built of unsound white oak:
The necessities of the situation, however,
have required expenditures upon them to
meet emergencies without permanent
Congress at the late session authorized
the Secretary of the Navy to sell worn-out
vessels and useless material at the several
Navy Yards. It is known that there are
such accumulations lliere, which originally
cost millions of dollars, and whica were
for the most part never adapted to practical
purposes. Several of the worn-out vessels
tre soon to be 6old it auction, and others
of like character will be afterwards offered
0 tie highest bidder. The opinion bf na
tal sfiloers Is that there should be at least
twenty good active steam vessels always in
" -joQt a year agowhen there was such an
statement at Havana as Induced tbe Con
...1 RonoMi fttthat dtv to telegraph our gov-
efnment to send vessels. tWtberJorhejpro-
tecuon 01 American auiwu3,
to Immediately find vessels suitable for such-:
an emergency, and the Seewtarywas'there
fore obliged to aispalch an Iron-dad from
Key West together with four other vessels
not of formidable proportions to that locali
ty. Spate, at the time to which referees is
made, had twenty-three vessels In the Gulf
and the anlty of the Island of Cuba. Our
vessels, owing to this disparity of force,
would bave.Wra unablo to contend with
those of Spain in case of hostllo movements
on her part.
The Chief of the Bureau of Couatructloa
and "Repairs will, it Ja understood, recom
mend that compound engines be placed in
all our vessels, both as to economy of fuel
and Increase of speed, and that he will sup
port his views 5iy careful arguments.
It has beon ascertained from naval offi
cers that not mure tba ttn of the fifty 'rou
rlad vessels can ha rhai:iii tlnl tov ax-
val parpo?es. Therefore tho government
uii.i,.. ..rt'"-' 1
monlwrsi .built ffmgT
f S16,03i),000 never fired
will iinnrni ni tn rMti.a.i.i.. , 'r
twenty light draft
the war at acoctoi
a gun, not having been calbd Icto active
service. A bill is now twndluc bofora Am
House of Bepceaentatlves approprUting $3,
000,000 fovlidlding ten sloops or war.
In view of the ftcts ccrcenalngtho Incfll
dency of the n 17, efforts will be mada at
tho approaching ?eeshin of Congress to com
pletely rooranl2.e Ji. A part of Secretary
llobeAon'a report will devoted to this
su!:j3ct, and h "rill rupostt the recommen.
datlDns in his last annual report to supply
the places of vessels wLlch nave become
useless with those of good sooud construc
tion, and urge thai times sd?ieth!is dona
In this direction our cruising navy il by 50
means powerful, indeed, scarcely respecta
ble for a nation of our rank and responxl
billtlzA, and will soon almost wholly pass
out o? exlstenco as a arm of the national
Tbo President to-day In a private conver
sation with r. shin-builder, said he would in
his forthcoming annual message recom
mend Congress to take action with a view
to restore tho commerce of tbe country to
A Ileartlcss IIcan oa Horaco Urceloy.
Ilamora that Ho has gono Daft.
llty Uie Morrows ? a Poo? Old man
New YoiUv, Nov. 25. A morning pa
per publishes to-day the story current in
newspp 2r drdes for nearly a week that
Horace Gt eel ey is insane, and says he is
now an Lnmite of tho asylum at White
Plains. The same paper makes publican in
terview wiih Whitdaw Beld, managing edi
tor of th Jrioiote, in which that gentleman
is made to saj In answer to questions that
Greeley has been under medical treatment
for some time. He is always eccentric in
tnanier and very likely mifht be consider
ed by some stark mad, but he is simply
nervously prostrate. For moi!fts prior to
tbe death of his wife he did not aleepau
hour a night, and since her dcstHLas been
in tbe same condition.
In answer to the question '?s it true
that Grcalvr rirsT kiufe on x.ni of bio
friends?" Bdd is made to answer by tho
Interviewed "I tell you he (Greeley ) has
done nothing which to those who know
himseenu strani'j. H? i always Tu tz
centric man, auda least cU cr & he were
quser; but now when nervously prostrated
vraugera might think him crazr. I havrv
f-."2 him pOt'ti4iy favour, wneu . &rzi
prswf had i'-fjy, ijrt.viot bVn instead of a
revise, but I know and undsrstajd him."
Reidsaid Mr. Gredey, notwithstanding tne
iusa uf Biocp auu appetite, tth iu gt-ucrul
good health, and made a request of the re
porter to Ey he was oiy uervouiJy pros
trate; there was no good an saying more.
Greeley has had enough to worry him and
wnat no ceeaj is quiet and rest.
P. M. -The Express has assurances that
Greeley" is not in the very bad state of
Lciuth indlcjuod by the fttory published
this morning, though ho'is uuabie to be at
his post or perform editorial duty. It dis
credits the statements nir.d-3 and hopes
soon to see him restored in health and with
spirit enough to strike bick at those want
ing in magnanimity.
The earlier editions of other evening
papers make no reference to the publica
tion. Tbe Express days: The dub rooms are
full of gossip r.bout Mi. Gredey'6 loss of
rcr.:On, a paralytic attack, seeking an asy
lum at Bioomingdale, etc. We discredit
them all and wish soon to see him restored
Mr. Sindl', publishar of the Tribune
stated tb an Express reporter- to-diy that
Mr. Greeley's mind is not seriously affected
and he was suffering only from nervous
Another interviewer obtained from
the Tribune office the statement that they
knew nothing of Mr. Gredey's insanity or
of his being placed iu an asylum. He has
been much distressed for some days and
greatly prostrated, but when last heard
from had sufficiently iccovered to be able
to cat reculnly and converse with friends.
Mr. Greeley is in need of rest and seclusion
from tbe annoyances of visitors: nr the cares
of busiuessjthe weight of political excitement
upon his mind has been depressing, it is
averred, but possibly not damaging to tbe
mental ability of a mau of Mr. Greeley's
JUr. Ureelcy'd Real Condition.
In answer to inquiries at the Tribune of
fice this evening regarding the condition of
Mr. Greeley, the following was obtained:
" His report of Mr. Gtteley's treatoi ent
at Biootamgdak, or any other asylum, or
f application for his admission tp auy.are
prcpoi oreu . lie is still sun enng from
nervous collaps., the result of loss of nearly
all sleep almost continuously for over a
month during his wife's illness. This
finally affected the nprves of the stomach,
and it- for days rejec:ed food, whereby the
system was still more weakeued. Within
a day or two there hrj been a marked
change for" the better, bo'Ii in sleeping aud
eating, and his physicians are hopeful; but
he is still a very sick man, and fur the pres
ent his friends can best show their regard
by letting him alone."
Collector Xiuiley's Bondsmnu X
Mtroujf Case' against tho Govern
ment. Sometime ago judgment was detained In
the United States Circuit Court against the
bondsmen of the absconding Internal Reve
nue Collector Bailey. To-day the counsel
for the bondsmen moved to open the judg
ment. Judge Woouruff reserved decision.
In case tho judgment is opened, the bonds
men will make defence that the National
government did not use proper diligence to
prevent the commission of frauds by Bailey
and to obtain his arrest and the immediate
attachment of all his available property as
soon as gooa ground lor tiUijotclqu vr&s
At the Methodist preacher's meeting to
day the proposed prayer test of Prof. Tyn
dall was discussed and a decision arrived at
that tho test was impious and atheistical.
7 he JLost JLoqlsv'HIcau.
Superintendent Bligh, chief of the Louis
ville detectires, baa arrived here to assist in
the search for the missing Louisville mer
chant, George N. Peay. Judge Peay and
Lafayette Josephs left the St. Nicholas ho
tel last evening for Louisville, stating to
friends that they were compelled to return
on account of the illness of Mrs. Peay, an
old lady whose system has coraplet Jly given
way under the 'agony caused" hy her son's
unaccountable absence. The Central office
detectives have been actively engaged in
scouring the dty, but have not found the
faintest trace of Peay in this dty.
Last year, out of 118 cases of homldd),
only 42 convictions have been obtained.
George Lewis, publisher, is the latest
missing man in this city.
Would Ilke to bo JUasIng.
The application of Rosenwelg, the abor
tionist, for release on bail, pending a new
trial, has been denied, and he is re
manded to prison.
Kefurmers Need Reforming.
The limes announces the organization of
a newTCform association to supersede the
Committee, of Seventy which, it is alleged,
has developed such a spirit of office-seeking
that Its fsrtisrszisrodg szxzzxz'?-.
Topesa, Ks., Nov. 25 A dispatch from
Fort Dodge says a construction train on
ua Sontu jcit Ea'droad ran Into a herd of
buffalo to-day, re ering an extent of coun
try' ten miles long by two wJds.
1 ' I 1
Freek DovelepHiOHta ' In Louisiana.
Scaator Kollogg's 'Board of Roturni
Give--Groat 12,060 Majority.
Special to' tho New York Times.
New Orleans, Nov. 23. The only act'
ing returning board, consisting of Messra.
Lynch, Herron, Hawkins and Longstrect,
have, sinco their appointment, beeu exam
ining tho dection return from all tho
parishes in this State, and as result, fun'
that W. P. Kellogg, for Governor, has amJ
orily of 12,701. This alio elects tno whole
Rspabikcn State ticket.' Tne Republican
x-xvuuonuu electoral matoruy inounn
.,.n tj jjj. ttoiioop. TJiero jS Biao
naudsms sraag majorltjof rx.l.'.U.
Bepresentativea sleeted to both house. Th
ircsiuenuai electoral matonty is Rhonunn
Representatives sleeted to both houses. Tho
caof kelloggvs Wannoth ct a! wjll bo
-ubl'SSiro tbtj felted .States Gaelic Court
Monday. AccrVaz l fr lm.',i3,
count Greeley has 6,707 majority in tho
State, tho Bidtcal returning board must
havo thrown out no less than 10,000 Demo
New York, Nov. 25. In relation to the
reported detection of election frauds in
Louisiana and tho transfer of that Statu
from Groeloy to Grant la consequence, tbo
Tribune says: "If Gov. Warmoth or any
person has b-Jen engaged Ja tamfjflri'js will:
tD0-rt3ini vf tnut pcrJr ' 'jnu-Jifnaent
may be awarded for the crime against free
Institution thus committed. No candidate
has or could havo in any election an Inter
est so great as that of tho wholo peoplo that
their will honestly expressed should jo hon
Federal nonrta lulcrferlBfc. r
New Orleans, Nov. 25 In Mm Fed
eral Court tbo Kellogg vs. Warmoth ct als
caso was opened by District Attorney Bec-
wlth tn A tvn lyirfM rgiittmnl; ia niu.
sentcd a number 0? affidavits.' Tho court
ordered all tho papers In the caso printed and
adjourned until to-morrow. There are three
attorneys on each sldo. Tho impression Is
that the caso will contino through the week,
The contempt caso follows. Much Interest
Is manifested; U19 court room and all ltfip
pt'oaches were crowded. The Eight District
Court injunction case against the Custom
House Beturnlng Board Is postponed until
Tho Alabama Agony-Radical Gov
Montgomery", Nov. 25 Gov. Lewis
and all tho newly elected State officio took
oaths of office this morning. The body sit
ting at the United States Court room, ad
journed until to-morroT. Lieut. Gjw. Mc
Klnstry Informed tho Siaatc thrcuh retir
ing Lieut.Gov Moreaa that he could" not pre
side until to-morrow, whereupon tho Seu
ata dected Mr. Ervin President pro tern.
Gov. Losvis has so far recognized neither
body. II is rumored he will Issue a procla
mation convening the Legislature to meet at
the capitol to-morrow aClO o'clock.
North Carollaa-Gov. Tanoe for IT, j
Raleigh, Nov. 25. The Conservatives
in caucus this evening nominated ex-Gov.
Vance for United StaVs Senator. Seven or
eight orJndgeMerrlTX.ca fliers Kadrew
from the caucus. The balloting will com
Tv&Zn, 2u Thz tOtii. vctfj a
W-C3!. J6rtih.'; ietfm cPi'J-al r
about lOM.OwO, in lncruao or 42,000 in the
lasttwo years. This Indicates au Increase
r-.r t . r . . 1 1 r ... ... ... .
year, which is believed to be unprecedent
ed in the liatory of any other State.
ficlal majority for Grant
In Wisconsin is
Sr. Loots, Nov. 24. Tho offidal vote
for Governor and State officers of this State
is as follows: For Governor Woodson,
Dem.,. 156,714; Henderson, Rep., 121,271;
Woodson's majority, C5,443. Lieutenant
Governor Johnson, Liberal Rep., 157,040;
Siatar, Rep., 120,446; Johnson's majority,
30,594. Secretary of State Weigel, 158,
142; Verdi, 118,614; Weigoi' m3brity, 39,
528. Auditor Clurk, 156,276; O'Conner,
121,706; Clark's majority, 34,569. T-eas-urer
Salmon, 167,554; Drapar, 120402;
Salmon's majority, 27,i52. Attcrney-Gan--ral
Ewing 157,162; Cbandler, 119,894;
ETTlrg's majority, 88,26S. Register of
Ltnds Solomon, 156,848; Nitchy, 119,610;
Solomon's majority, 37,233. The vote for
President is not yet counted.
A Formidable Woman SnOTrage
Terre Haute, Ind., Nov. 24. A very
formidable woman suffrage movement he?
been inaugurated iu this dty. The Express
newspaper publishes a all for a meeting
to form a local woman suffrage association,
which is numerously slzufd hy leading and
influential dtizens ot all parties, including
all the editors of tho three daily newspa
Memphis Bragrglnj; Oxen $100 Aicc
Memphis, Nov. 25. The hcrse malady
has caused a virtual suspension of business.
The depots are filled w.th freight which it
is iinpoMlbtn to deliver. Very f'w Iar
are to be seen on tbe streets to-dyr. In
many instances oxen were drawing ear
riagoS, int;uitu3es Sad clrayj for which cx
oioitahi prices were cha.-ged, a dollar and a
quarter per bale for cotton being considered
tho usual rate. Some enterprising cabmen
had their vehides out with six or eJgb$
negroes drawing them.
The street carp Lav) suspended entirely,
cau8k)g-grcat trouble and Inconvenience to
those living In the suburbs. Haud-cirts are
reaping a harvest of greenbacks, but several
owners were arrested for extortion. The
weather continues cold and rainy, and unfa
vorable for the sick ho;sea. Oxea which
could havo been bought Saturday for fifty
6r sixty dollars per yoke now readily com
mand a hundred and fifty to two hundred
Cincinnati, Nov. 25. The horse dis
ease is abating here. Many horses ero
coming out on tho street. The number of
horses dying daily is decreasing steadily.
The indications are that tho epizootic has
extended all over Central and Southern
Ohio. Iu some places it has caused the
mails to stop. Tbe street carp are gradually
resumlcg travel here.
Steamer Burned to the Water's Edso
Cairo, III., Nov. 25. The steamer
Wolff reports the steamer H M. Shrevo
burned at Chester Saturday night whilq
coaling. No lives tvere loat. '
St. Louis, Nov. 25; Tho steamer H. MJ
Shreve was owned by Carter & Cain of this
city and belonged to the Red river iine but
was temporarily in the Memphis line
valued at $22,500, insured $10,600. She
was bound from St. Louis to Memphis
with 200 tons of freight, most of which
was insured. She etopped at Chester to
coal and just as she was backing out I O
leave the fire was discovered iu the. earpen.
ter chop. A strong wlud was blowing and
in twenty minutes she burned to the waters
edgo and sunk. The passengers were all
saved and taken to Cairo.
dntraged Settlers Threaten X.ynch
lnw Against Railroad monopolists.
St. Louis, Nov. 25. A reliable gentle
man who arrived hereto-dzy reports that on
Saturday night last 40 or 60 settlers in tbe
Osage lands, Kansas, visited tbe town . of
Parsons in that State, went to the Helmont
Hous?,compelled the derk to show them tho
room of Mr.Parsons, chief cf the land de
partment of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
Railroad, and forcibly took him out with tlw.
evident intention of doing him bodily harm,
but he escaped from them, leaped on a lo
comotive standing .near -by- nd urau ran
through to SedalhC Mo. Tho demonstra
tion It is said grenf out of the exasperated,
state of feeling among the Osage settlers
'produced by a recent decision cf the Sccre
lry of lLt lulerl ar tuiw tho lands upon
which they live-bdong to the Missouri,,
Kansas and Texas Railroad. '
Is AY&OULti'S C0KNKK.
r&e Btcat Scaro Ia Wal1 Street
iciMce Black Friday.
nfttfli m Goes Up fee Mlllloaaj
.nr. . .
the following TabotuthA JrI5
During tbo morning anuV ,? tbo Prt
of the'-day Wm, Tiive
Charley Lamont stood up to '
ly tlio sumo sum. These co Sft'-. .t"
settled on tho basis of MOTY Shim!
esUmato of tho amount of L $L?m
LuiM Drt-wli tln is Si,090 a,n,,
tho lowest 1 0.000. Should ho s ?In .
upon tho dosing price ol NorthweY ! T
wllUoio nearly .,600,000. Co-niK
mor said that Henry N. Smith waA ort
40,000 shares, which will involvo hln Vf'
greater extant than Daniel Drew. '
opinion was freely expressed on the atrAj J
that he wouid not pay his losses In full, bt v
Int till! !irolfnr nt.i.rf 1ia hr- r.P Ihn .ntttl '
v.w.a.r.v . U U .Mfe I UV VVl
HU. 4onld CHKHt Daniel Crew.
It Is said that Drew was caught In tho
trap by a device of Gould's which was In
genious in its way. Gould wont to Drew,
a few weoks ngo, and suggestod tho posal
blllty of "singeing" tho street on Erie, In
which transaction the latter was to apar
as a bull. Drew joined la with thn ide
and went to work secretly to buy up largo
blocks of Erie, locking them up in safes as
thoy wore purchased. The stock in this
tnorbt wu unnt) rnthlil tit). Am) con-,
sequence tho prlco'T Erlo began toadvauco.
Gould also bought Erio largely it low fig
ures on tbo start but abstained f;otn pur
chasing any whou it began to advance.
The stock rose to 60, and Gould unloided
his entire lntertit uixn Drow, thereby net
ting a considerable profit. Drew, Ignorant
of tli6 Lad faith of his ally, and wondering
st tbe largo quantities of Erie stock which
continued to flow In as he kept on parchas
ing, went It alone, and was inking fair pro
gress 111 hulling the market on his own ac
count when Gould turned a card. In some
tVay ho became acquainted with tho fact
that Horace F. Clark, Augustus Schell. and
the Vanderbih, party generally wero endeav
oring to obtain control of the Chicago and
North western stock, inor!r to get tho
road in their own hands and supply a miss
ing link in tho great railroad chain to the
West, Ho thereupon formed a coalition
with the Northwestern diquo, and jrolng to
Drow, whu still supposed ho waa helping
him to bull Erie, suggested that as a bUnd
to thor real operatlonj It would be a good
plan to "go short" oa Northwestern and
thereby throw tho street off tho scent.
Drew, relying upon the judamont of LU
"qticnSim" associate In Erie, acquiesced In
this arrangement, merely saying that "be
guessed it was safe to go short on No west,
and it might tickle Dm br? to KpeckUate In
domethlu' new." His brokers v-tinted hLt
orders, and his design was accomplished.
Tho attention of Drow became absorbs!
In the cuteness of the Erio bib movement,
cmI irbJ!j fcc -Tew wUcb-'r tkf tvw if the
eSu tu.ii ;aii-x:-3ntlrtn to oi1h.rtii
ern. Gould found that Drew was trapped,
and kept away, occupying his leLmrg mo-
mftnt, 't p r .n . I-. . X J . . - : i
' o O a-..MJ UJtU
Drew, fcpeaking to a ITmes reporter and still
entertaining some hnpe of a decline in
Northwest, renuiked,' jocrdarly, "I hear
Nor h west is rising ' Yesterdav. at th.-
iioso 01 tno iiscnange, when Northwest
reached 230, the remark was made to
Drew, "Northwestern Is rising." "Rising!"
1 rCspoiiucu reif, rmugi wny, it s nau."
Urcw, reallzmg tne perndj, of Gould fully
yesterday, sold oui the Erie stock which he
bought to ".kin" the street, and, it is sup
posed, will use tbo proceeds to settle up
with the successful parties. He also un
loaded a large amount of Wabash and va
rious otbr stocks. It is expected that ho
will settle oa Monday.
At the Fifth A.enuo Hotel, last night,
there Wa 'considerable excitement among
bankers, merchants and brokers, caused by
various reports which were circulated rela
tive to a second arrest of Gould, and its
connection with the Chicago ai.d North
western corner. The story, as it gained
circulation, was, that tho Erie Company
had determined to arrest Gould again, that
he might be held in greater bail than one
million. This was contradicted in the vari
ous quarters; but there seemed to be no
adequate grounds, either for tho assertion
or denial. Watson, President of the Erie
Company, stated that It was his intention
to have this bail ms'M large enough to In
some way guard against Gould's running
away, but that was his CnJ' object and
totally in disconnection wUh seMock Job
bing. Watson thought that orw million dol
lars was sufficient bail for tho present, al
though ho deprecated the custom of dimin
ishing bail in proportion as a defalcation In
creases. There is much interest manifested
concerning the events of to-morrow In Wall
street, and anxiety in regard to the course
of the market Is Into rajs. '
riP.itrU Terlu saya.
Tha irorWsay: "Wo aro greatly mis
taken in tho character of G. Watson, Jf,
having once grapplcu with this LVylr.g curyi
of our country in the parson of one of its
most notorious representatives, ho does not
keep his hold wth bull dog tenacity unt II
ho hai brought his quarry to tho earth."
Travors Mot Caught.
W. R. Travers, in a card to tho Herald,
denies having any interest J.i any "put " 05
"pool'' with Drew, Snlt'u and otkero, id
, "Erlo S-ea Dretr.
A suit has bcon lustitued by tho Erio
Railway company against Dan'l. Drew io
recover $5,000,000 alleged to havo been em
bezzled by him when treasurer of tho com
pany in 1868, by tho sale of 50,000 shaies
of watered sicck.
New York, Nov. 25. This afternoon
there was an order sent Into tbo Stock
Board to buy 4,000 shares InNorthwern for
account of Drake Bros, by Garland, Martin
& Co. Mr. Drake claims not to be rpon
siblc, as ho only cleared tho stock for II. N.
Smith, who had borrowed the stock from
Garland, Martin & Co., upon which ho paid
GO. Joslyn, Bacha & Co. cent their check
for the full amount for account of Smith to
Drako Bros, and they (Drako Bros.) paid
Garland, Martin & Co. with their wi for
the same amount, thus, only clearing the'
stock for both parties''. " ' '
It wad expected on tho stieet to-day that
Jay' Gould would be rearrested at the suit
of tbo Erio Directors, but no movement
sgalnst him has yet transpired. Judge
Foucher to-day, on application of T. G.
Sherman, served an order against tho Erie
Railroad to show cause why tho ordor of
arrest against Jay Gould should net ba Va
cated. An order was also granted 'to take
the deposition, ot Horace F. Clark, to bo
used on fhe'motion.
Jay Gonld's Counter Irritant.
Jay Gould has mado affidavit In which
ba denies Peter H. Watson's and Henry N.
Smith's affidavit In general terms and
states that as to all matters of facts iu
Watson's affidavit they are made to appear
In a false light by the suppression of other
facts which must have been known to
Henry N.. Smith, from whom Watson ob
tained all his information; that Watson
knew that the Erie Railway Company had
granted him a release at a meeting at which
neither deponent uorFisk were present and
purposely suppressed tho fact that prior to
and at the time of bis arrest ho was active
ly dealing iu Northwest to advance ita
price uudthat tho parties to whomthe man
agement bf this action io committed were
engaged in depressing its price; that the
plaintiff's attorney, under encouragement
of Smith, Drew, Travers and other specu
latotBfor tho fall-, thought to have deponent
.hdd .to ball in. 9,700.000 under an lmnros-
slon that be could not procure such ball
and would be compelled to remain under
arrest, that panic would have been produc
ed upon the market, and he states his be
lef LLt audi rcault, 4 contemplated by
tho attorney In the action and by .the others
he named, and that thus tho Erlo Railway
would novor havo been able 16 recover any
thing from him if anything was due.
A Itejralar TVer'wbAser.
Cincinnati, Nov. 25. S. B. Keys & Co.,
bankers of this city, suspended to-day lu
consequence of Indirect loste in ths corner
of tho Northwestern Commou. Their cus
tomers havinc lost bv this corner ore 11 n.
Lblo to pay dues to tho bank. S. B. Keys &
00. navo bad no transaction in this stock oa
thoir own account. Their loss Ss about
$.140,000. Whether thoy will be able to re
sumo will depend upon what thoy may here
after roillzo from customers at present de
l'rogress of tke Preach Crisis.
Old CftspsWor Proposed aa Dictator,
London, Nov. 65. PrU dispatches say
the situation Is gloomy, and declare that
the dlff-rcUM betwpeu tho Prosidont and'
Assembly can uotfj bdihtsst'l.
J.'Aiua, Nov. 25. Tbo Bight wing of tho
Jvilonal Assembly havo selected Gen.
Gha-igarntcr for l'rejldont, should Thlors
rAiU8,Nov. 25 Evonlng Tho commlt-
jtooon the address lias comploted their re
MVlVf. I'll AM, - NinAUl .1.1. .M..in1lnn nn .
uto tHOiouiate nom
.lAltnn nf n inWV
committee of fifteen
'v draw up a bill providing for tho cro-
vn or a responsible Mluiatry. The
no a reply to tho Presidential
rw unnecessary bocauso Thiers Is tho
j Sjdoiegato. Tho report augggesta
Jaii if Vtrtltitlr.1
Tbo vlly of tl,c co-'oiltco favorable to
tho Pret XU1, 'Jvo i,t80lTO(i tG pwpare a
counter r&N Ttl ruPrt of tho majority
which mi3t 8 f"!'10 hetween Thiers
tuiujueu;, causes mucn
aiuiuy m tto,
retort in a second m
Vyof tbo right is disposed
Agnation if tendered,
sage. Tho in.
to accept Thlur:
and appoint Gon.
with Duke do Bro
and MM. Botble and
Deslardlns iu tho
Roman Hel.A. 'Ub1
4 NDON, Nov. 5. A ' '""F Romo
to tbe Eclio sajs fivo wuorero
promlnAnily connected w movement
to hold a Radical mating "V1 city havo
been arrested, and will bo tr T " f0,
nr hiMi iw.h Ht,....i.V A followed
this action cf tlie covernmentV "horities,
and tbe dty remains quiet.
A caso filled ,Ith "Oram! t
lined for Rome, has bt.'n seized
I!co aS the railway station in Legho
itoiiE, Aov.20. iurg victor
uac arnvea in tne er.y.
In tho Chamber of Denutlea to dav
Nicatera aoved a resolution censuring tl
government for tho needless and offiinsl
display of military force in tho capital din
ing tno past threa days. Deputies Nlceti
and Corriettl attacked tho foreign policy of
Monsignor Do Merode, private chaplain
of the Pope, i3 again reported iil.
London, Nov. 23 Dispatches from all
points describe the gales In tho English
channel Saturday last as terrific Many
vessels, were wrecked and the loss of life
Eliza Cook, the Zuiish poet si, 1 very
ill, and her recovery is regarded as impos
sible. East Afrleaa Slavery.
Washington, D.C., Nov. 23 United
SiaJ vessels have not been ordered to
Z:ulharU (v-ovr- twin, iu.. ts-ih.i.
expedition against the slave trade as stated
in a special to a New York paper.
Ab Extcaairo Intraatloaal Commer
St. Louis, Nov. 24.- A sodety called the
Mississippi Valley Sodety Is now in process
of organisation in England, with headquar
ters at London, composed of wealthy promi
nent Englishmen, and having for its object
the promotion of direct trade between Eu
rope and tho valley of tho Mississippi. The
Lonuonoffico will be the headquartera of
tho Western and Sonthern people visiting
Europe, as weU, as the rendezvous of Eng
lish capitalists. Rooms will also be provi
ded in London to exhibit samples of the ag
ricultural and mineral products of the Mis
sissippi Valley, photographs of leading
pub'ic and other buildings or its cities, etc.
The Central American office is to be loca
ted at St. Louis, and branch offices will be
established at all principal cities West and
Tho central offico horo will soon be open
ed, when co-operation with the London
office with a view to facilitate a more direct
Interchange of products between this coun
try and Grjat Britain will immediately
Victims of the Fire.
Boston, Nov. 25. A body found In the
ruins of tho fire yesterday has been identi
fied f r J:-L . Union, a'vd kj,uleeu, a
resident of South Boston. Anotluu- body
found to-day has not wt beon Idnntlflod.
Th? rct.pts of vellef up to Itk; wjl3g
amount to $101,312.
Three Candidates for Mayor.
The Liberal Republicans have nominat
ed Joseph F. PhuI for Mayor. This Is tho
third candidate for this office.
Uncle S(?ui ComposadlBC wltk Smafr
The Revenue fraud caso against Wm. F.
Weld & Co., is said to havo beon compro
mised by the defendants paying iuto
tho United States Treasury $400,000. Tho
amount originally claimed by tho Govern
ment was $1,400,000. The suit against tlx)
firm in New York has been compromised by
tho payment of $120,000.
Tho New York Jerofcl Clwb gavo the
African Stanley an enthusiastic banquet, at
which Dr. John Llvlngstono, of Canada,
brother of the great explorer, waa present.
Boston reports a wreck at sea and eleven
Elihu Wfbburno had a bauquet at Chi
cago last night. Tho Union League of
New York aro also preparing a reception
for him, in New York, at which Gen. Grant
promises to bo present.
D.ubuquo rejoices in a second railroad to
Two propellers and two schooners havo
gono ashoro on tbo Lakes.
A young blood of Denver killed a com
rade Saturday night all about a woman.
Omaha reports thrja hunters, found
doad, killod apparently by white men.
Local " insurance agents aro perfectly
willing to advance rates on the insured, but
they demur strenuously to tho proposed re
duction of their own commissions.
Senator Morton is to bo, banqueted by
Judge Icbabod Corwin, of Ohio, lies dan
' Buffalo thinks tho Erja canaljvill remain
open ten days longer.
Victoria's daughter, tholPrlnceas Imper
ial of Germany, Is Indelicate health, and
goes to Carlsruhe by advice of physicians.
Tho Diamond Fever.
San Fbancisco, Nov. 25. Tho arrival
of Stantou aud others in this dty with a
ruby worth $150,000 and diamonds snd
nrecious stones valued at a million dollars
caused Intense exdtement. All sorts of
rumors are afloat Stanton Insists on tho
genuineness of his discoveries and describes
the "rounds where tho diamonds were
found-with great' particularity. Tho gene
ral opinion Is that ha Is a gigantic fraud.
A Horrible Charge.
New OitLEANS, Nov. 25. Frahdsco
Martinez and DiUra Bantlste were arrested,
to-day charged with murdering Antonio
Carafaand attempting to swindle tbe In
surance compauian. They say that Carafa,
recently from Italy, was a nephew of Mar-,
tinez, Kna tbartno letter Insured his life for'
$10,000 and. six weeks afterwards drowned
him In Lake Fontch&rtrain.
v. Migiuuwrtj, uictaior. .'M.7W.
Xt nu aiai. uoioie anu t.m- a
11 bo tr
IV A.. I
WE ABS NtUFABKD AS USUAL TO
paUisIUOUUSiT JIARICKT PUWB
for alt BEEK HIDES
and HUE JSP PEWS
mac may bo onered.
Wa keep on hand at all ttmefl n rail
JStooa ul atfui.r, riuoo' ?... JC:'
and Maddlery XlardtVKro.
HAMILTON h CUNNINGHAM,
Mp'il oodtlil jan2,73 KA81IVIhLB, TKKIf
Noa. 182 and 134
uurabll tv of all work turniil out
Alt kinds of repairing attended to
W JLdLOX -
milK TJWD3D810llKl WOULD ltKSPEOTKUW.V OALiTaiTENTjOM VO HVUXn&l
J. UcVof Usruuchw, UuzitUisbdoibir VWele. lUrl'if booiiruUlllil lu uHtirHt ray
preMnt icanil for oror twenty TOtr. I tael mttiorUod in tvtnrtint to my nlroivt gtntlf tnt tho
cbrcUr smi durability of sit work turniil out at mr uttatilUhinent.
lht$, Caps, Furs, Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed Hais,
No. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE,
i5M tod tT
Tax 33 orxrxiir ok:-u s::rr 'xjcjzi ox"iv. -
Mr of Rhino Wines,
K, v. ny flrw 'rvi v r.tvf
1 is Ti nBm n
wr t.vnry a
KT Wlae Koo
A. G. Jlilarat,
A . H IL J
)o wHrruaM Kouuine, nntl prir marllmi on Inbel f Try
ADAMSfe THRONE. &
Wo hare lint received n lanr
Lrforetho intBostou tiro, will
.Not. 20, 1872.
ELOUB, CrKAJOT, MA'
10 and 12 SOUTH
S. A. HANDLT.
Qold and Silver Watches, Clocks, Jei
37 PUBLIC S9,1IW MD 17
lrhJ -wdty Ip
C3r. 3BC. "TESSIE:
Wholesale and Retail Coufccdoiicr and
ALHO, DEALKU IX
Also, Dealer in canned uoocih,
variety of PIcUIch, nntl alxo of overythlH7 in
the Fancy Grocery LIho,
No. 32 COLLEGE 8TBEET, - - - - NASHVILLE, TENN.
Jan9 eodly epttp
PHILLIPS, BUTTORPP & OOv
No. 22 COLLEGE STREET, WAS1IVILLK.
w-rt rw air wmr Tift . -Os.- .liv
HnW rinalnni In thlfl market 1
tho treat OlfAItTKlt OAK
Tin Roofers, Galvanized Ircn Cornice Bulldorx, Copner-
Smlthg, Sheet Iron WorKern,
JOB WOltK 07 EVKItY DKSOKIPTION PKOMPTLT ATTENDED TO
Wholesale Deslejf In Stora am! Tla Ware. ViUt 4lowa ar to be fband Ewl, Wmt, Hgrthjor
Jan2T eodly 1st p South. Bememher the plate, 23 College St. .A
FURM&I & CO.,
No. 1 P
si- j I ...v
A KE NOW ItFADy V j alii'.:';. I.'E FALL
A of tho SeasrconiuiaUiic Ui it t cf 114"" Ooo'ln of ths latrt Importation; fall I!nbl
tlea; Olothi, Cawtiaerca uiC avlicmtDp., and n complete stock of all the STAPLES required kf the
lieUU Dca'ir. WoexitdUUaulS tSo 'rado to examine our Stock aad Priced, which cannot fall'to
prore tnVMnctory. FUK31AN A CO,.-,
Brags, Djestaffs, Druggists' Snadries, Oils, Paiats
-rn-rNnow-OLASH. OLASSWABK. CIOARS
VV Tarletr,TeM, Liquor. Forelen and Domeftlc;
norrUn Kilt etc Huon band a full a&iortxdentof tho a bore anu
trt-GlftStI??l!i? 4trtr whlfh pa AffgF tn Him fri-nim
At P8ICES TO SUIT THE T2XEM AXB TO DEFT CeStFETXTXOX.
His stock Is ftlwaja complete, snd ho solicits a call from all wanting anything la his 1Id.
Kb. 39 Nartli Xarket Nt-et, (oppc Ile Unles,) KashvlIIo, lean.
Proprietor of Joskins' Celebrated StomacH Bitter.
WTB WOULD OALIi THE
Ou pubUo.to OUT . . - l$mj
of U tae fls prfUi of "
whlh will U SOLD AS Wff
uutillhnvMti tlio rNKintT.
1 any faiUar
The Smtlicrn Carriage FiiSofy,
(KUTAIlUaHEI) it m. a
40 and 5 1 Front HI-, nrrr Suspension Ut"&b
Hare on oand ttio Urlrtfv:x of liuwsdwtJIsirit
and Kipr-M Woru. of Uielr own sMitsAuWt.Wbc
f,r.itu thaeitf. All in want ornr;UrH(tit (t)lx Hat
mo Invited tn call tnjfire purctiajint l"'wf . .
oyAii Kintw orrop-jring con at u MMKMtpsowe.
feblT eodlr litp , -
TE!S - a.Xji3i3
aad Dealer In all kin (In of Ftfr-
WIbcm. Liquors knd
etc., etc.. etc.
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nbtTO jutabiiiiniiit witia ruLTaucr ou
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WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
w!piy or n.iorsANn nuouh, purcimscd
ws will sell at old prices.
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NUTS, FRUITS, ETC.
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STOVES, TOE WOOD, and tb
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Square, NasliTttle, Tcnii.
THADE WITH ALL TILE N0VEWIE8
AND BETAHi DEALEIl IN
AND TOBACCO. VAXOT GOODS IN EVER.
Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes, Toilet Artlfllts,,
I articles ujnaUy kept
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