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. X JUL E jC I T Y
lli"'. Jfew AUvcrtlscuipn.il.
Wo" call attention to the following ad vcr
tisoraelt which appear in this morning's
upor ;fw.aho first time. The reader is
rrodTt'B them in another column:
liar-lay next- the 224; W. B. Ellis
Psell, at aucHentvAluable'cnry pro-
pertyfon the earner of Cedar an bprnr
Losi.'-a Maall caddie, cwitaininc a silver
portronnaie. 'A. -reward tofferefl for it
delivery at this effice. tR . '
lhe gantleaian whq got the wrong over
j, ooat nt (Mrs. ,Acklin' on Tpeeday evening
la'rnjuestcd to leave it at 1rl office and
get his own,
S. K. Jone, of College Hill Foundry,
offer? frale a comfortable residence on
, Manle street, Sonfti Nashville.
Michael Vaughn, attorney at law, has
I A removed hU office to No. 40 Public Squire.
" Tbl Ptliing store i f Geo. B. Abbott, 32
tMlies sree!, Is well stacked with Cne
fltothiitg of overy description, for men and
ik HE The furnishing department in un
'f$,firpaAl. j' m- Clianosry saleof valuable property on
"MarkiH and College streets is advertised
i ' Ar Ttiwindav. January I018flfl, under the
upli rnanaRenient of the Clark and Master
' aH Andersftu, Johnon St Smith, agents.
It. T. Kirkratrick lias jurt returned from
I. the Bast with a large and fashionable stock
f ladle and misses' dress and furnishing
p " "raied, which may lie seen at No. 55 Col
if wrriie City Itererder gives an important
"'.' 'an-H lat jwlir-e to those interested In the
matter of taking out licen'e for bnsitiegs of
" ""any dascription.
The Leonard fkgtt Publishing Company
" , Bilverlkatthe mortfiiportant of their pnb
Phf. Lj7NOBn P. Yakdei.L, fonnerly, ;j
and for many year, a Distinguished metn
Wt 'bj).ef the-iMeUic-al-hoels of Kentiioky, is
"rWin the oly on a brief vhhI.
An individual was yesterday arrested on
the eharge of awault and battery upon a ne
jjg wwnaii. He will be tried to day before
' rwy fffnwr city magistrates.
IBtmcpur. ItmilKvltle'and Nashville fRailroad
GbmpaBy in already prepared to pay at
' v ' 'tfcittr a4Se in Louisville, the coupons of the
a ,mertgagboniU,Qf the tympany, dutyon the
1ft ef Jannary next.
A Narrow Escape. Yesterday a team-
"ftefdreve hls-raules into 'the river, at the
landing, for the pnrpoe of watering them ;
"r 'lmt, ventttrlng too far, he came near losing
jliii mnlw. wagon and all.,
n "s a' ,',e wverai magistrates offices"
'' ' was extremely dnll yentetdar. Not a sin
gle Stale case was tried during he day.
Civil wnts, of almost every character, are
- all thefragc now. Siit for debt ar nu
m(reM. Criminal CoyuT. The examination of
witnesses In the case of Phillip Anton! and
Charles Moore, aectiml of the murder of
polieeiuan Kennelly, was continued yester
day. The trial proceeds rather slowly, and
at the present rate will consume a good deal
Titn old Recorder oourlroom has leen
dividel by a wrtition into two oflirea, one
far the headquarter of the police, and the
other fer the City Auditor. The police
eetirtreotu is to be the dargethall in the
tfiird (Jtory of the south end rifthe niurket
liHe, awl will very soon be completed.
Koricn wheloMle and retail book adver-
tfcement of Win. Gamble &Co , 20 Cherry
Tli.nhm of Assnseon McClbuujjr.
The many friends or this estimable citizen
and popular oflieer, will regret to learn
that he was nttacked on yesterday with an
apoplectic soiaure. At the last accounts lie
had partially recovered, and wa doing
A DitiioKisrr Hackman A gentleman
ywterday left his overcoat and his wife'a
fur in a hack ; while in company with his
lady. he. wan alnent some time. When
"tlFeyrefrVied. the ca'rriage had disap-
peered, woaring apparel and all. Informa
tion was left with the police, and the -arti-'1C
;fllwiH, doubtless, be recovered.'
Great Iwrgnins in dry goods, at
Ca mtoio.v, G ri rat A Co.
Mapamk Dahkaroi'ski, "lhe great Kiw
ian Wiaanl," who has ln-en foretelling
M:'evenU by the aid of a magic pebble pie
penleil to her by the Emperor of China,
and sending magic "celeiW by mail nt the
low price of $5 to all who confided in the
advertisements which she published in the
' CinainHali paiers, has been forcetl to refund
a" large mini out of which she had did
dled a verdant ciliren of Vinlon county.
AMflTHPh Uau.roap Am pent. About
noon, day liefore yesteiday. an accident oc
enrreil on the Lelm (Kentucky) branch
-i road, opposite Loretto, by which a train
was eowpleloly wrecked, but fortunately no
one wsh iiriiiml. It appears that a train
' fining tlM way was bv some 'mean,
''; itfandlSgou the main track, and that an
othfrtrln, coining thundering along on
time, ran into it, piling several cars on top
J of eaoh other, and canning a complete
V.- freek. By fome lAiraeulous means nb one
,w hurt. " . j
Tun AVkather. All day long, yester-
day, tlie dull, heavy clomU clung clo-e
'overllio city, tnd a heavy, deprepdng
mist wrappeJ the. IaHdcape about as in a
wet sheet. The street were villainously
muddy, and all nature and art as welt pre
. ' sentecf the appearance of being in dithtbille.
1 It was one of those days which aro no(
very freqHent at this season of the year,
' and" would better beGt the opening of spring.
' D6nt fail to go to Cameron, Grier A
Co,', ami see the new style of carpeting
just received. v k
Omnibus Overturns. -Yesterday morn
ing alwit five o'clock, one of the omni
buiwa retHming from the reception party of
Mrs, Aklin, drove inlo a damaged culvert
t'onllie Haidlng pike and oapsUed, tinnb
ling the psseners about in rather rough
f tyle. The velnele was nearly full of ladies
'. t' i and gentlemen, hot thev all! eapcd with
Iwt a fw trilling scratches. A great por
tion of the culvert had tumbled in and
leen washed away by the recwrf rain.
Fixe Beeve?. Sumner county i fa'
mm for its fiuecattle as well as fine lwte.
i l yand or market it to be graoetl ferthecom-
, ring ChrU4as holulays with ftwir as fine
bulleeks as we have seen lijvm our streets
. t for many a day, the product of old Sumner.
They were raised by Mrs. Frake
slfew what a little attention may do
line. Two that were white, thr
eld, weighed 3,050 pounds, and--
two years old, weighed 2,845 pounds. Thwe
tme steers were purchased by McMwa,t). A.
Warren and Wra. naeev. who will have
ft , them btttehered and or exhibitienat their
, totalis Monday, M'lmt count- oah beat
H tt amnerW thafuay ? A
Tuehcw stock of carpets, just 'received
by Cameron, Grier & Co are jlic finest
txt they. rAwe ever luttliR their hotiae, and at
,, ,, , TnE Pi're TniNQ. "We acknowledge
i ew oblltraliow to Messrs. KHne f her-
' ' man, DispenalnjCheniisU and Pharmacies,
y ' -1, I i if ri . i t' e
ui!fw UHiKiing, mircu reet, iur wme
afedmens of medieinotof great virtue and
exefllieRee. Amofvg them we name Port
wirnv sherry, Freneh brandy, Jaroaft
i- .ran, ad Bourbon and Itoherteon oonrity
whisky. These articles were pnroliaed
' " WTth special refcrenee to medical n-scs, and
1 ' are as pare m can possibly be made- In
this era of adulteration, it is not common
t ftmUe on Mcli Muff. In the other de
, paHwenta of their Imsinesn, thee gentle
men arc'mtppMed with the very best medi-
dnea that wnenee and skillful and consci-
ebtioHs manufaeturediave pmlHced.
AWWRKR km lift of mniola aiLaiuilu.
and OMfUiM, jMti reeei vetl by
CAitKr, GMiak t:Co.
Police Cdtot. There were but five
cases up before the- Kecorder'a Court yef'
Wra. Ford, drunkon the street, was fined
11 Itoxwell, also drunk, was fined four
teen dollars. ISot having the requisite
amount el stamps tin liand. he was cent
down to tbe Ilin&totie retreat, to spend a
few days in peaceful recreation, employing
his leisure -moments-in the, work of break-
liiff rocks. '
Pat Cogall, arraigned on the charge of
disorderly oondnct,- was fined the sum of
There was one case of rezratine in the
market, which was fined twentv-nine dol
lars. This closed the docket and court ad
The Knt'crnoK at Belle we. The
reception and entertainment given to Mad
am Ia Yerte ami daughters,)! the mansion
of Mrs. Acklin, hear this city, on Tuesday
evening, was .one of the most princely and
brilliant oewjions of the character ever en
joyed in this region. The drawing-rooms
and parlors were thronged with guests
several hnndred In number representing
lue mow fashionable society or this city,
There were quite a number present also
Irom the aljoinintr sections or country.
The visitors of the munificent hostess
were the objects or special courtesy and at
tention from the assemblage, while she
herself received the admiration of all. The
festivities were prolonged to a late hour,
and passed without a trifle to mar the
pleasures ol the evening. The company
dispersed, bearing with them impressions
ol a sumptuous and retined hospitality
long to be remembered.
'If you want to buy dry goods cheap, go
Cameron, Grier & Co.
iour Attention, Gentlemen. The
brilliant and attractive appearance of our
millinery and confectionary, toy, books and
jewelry stores admonish its of the near ap
proach of the holidays, and give warrant
that nothing wilf le left undone to afford a
merry Christmas to the feminine and juve
nile portion of the community. It is well
that it should be so, as Christmas comes but
once a, year. It is not just, however, that
the male portion- of humanity should be
left entirely "out in the cold," and to guard
against such inconsiderateness, our friend
Geo. B. Abbott, No. 32, College street, has
re-fit ted his establishment with a lame and
siijwrb stock of gentlemena' wear, suited
to the wants and condition of every one.
If you wish to make a brilliant appearance
during the holidays, or to commence the
new year in a genteel and comfortable
manner, call at Abbott's and yon will find
everything to your notion. See advertise
ment in another column.
FlTiHRAL OF THE IjATF. Mr?. FOWLER.
The Xational Intelligencer of the 17th
inst. aya: "Mrs.. M. L. Fowler, wife of
Hon. J. S. Fowler, Senator from Tennes
see, died at the Seaton House on Friday
night last, after a short but painful illness.
She had been an invalid during the latter
part of her life, but at times was well
enough to attend to her family duties. The
exertion made by her for Thanksgiving
aggravated her complaint, which resulted
as above announced. The funeral service
was attended yesterday afternoon, in the
parlor of the Seaton House, by Kev. Dr.
"Uray, chaplain of the Senate, and Rev. Dr.
Sunderland. The service was to Lave been
at the E street Baptist Church, hut the in
clemency of the weather prevented this.
The President's family, the membeis of
Congress from Tennessee and Kentucky,
and a number of tbe Senators were present."
The remains of Mrs. Fowler were taken to
Lexington, Ky., for interment in the ceme
tery at that place.
Great bargains in dress goods and
cloaks, at Cameron, Grier & Co.
4 i : :
Tribute of Respect to the late Dr. A. A.
At a meeting of the City Medical Soci
ety, held on yesterday, Dra. Plunket, Cal
lcnder, and Dupre, were appointed to sub
mit resolutions in regard to the death of
Dr. Hatcher. The following were offered
and adopted ;
hereas, It lias pleased the Almighty
Dispenser of events to remove from anions
nsour friend, and professional brother, A.
A. Hatcher; therefore, be it
llesolvcd, that in this sad dispensation
of Providence, we have lost a beloved
brother, and a valued friend, our fraternity
one of its most esteemed members, and
society a useful citizen.
Resolved, That we do sincerely sympa
thize with the family of our deceased friend
in their affliction and irreparable loss, and
that this society, asabody, attendhisfnneral
this afternoon, at two o'clock.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions he furnished the city papers for pub
lication. T. Menkes, President.
Tribute or Helped. .
At a called meeting of Smiley Lodge
No. 00, I. O. O. F., held at their Hall, to
attend the funeral of Past Grand A. A.
Hatcher, on yesterday, Dec. 19th, brothers
Ira t. Jones, Isaac faui, M. V. teuton.
Win. Mallory and J. H. Collins, were ap
pointed a committee to express the sense of
affliction experienced by the lodge in the
death of brother Hatches, who rejwrted the
following, which was unanimously adopted :
"It haviiitr nleased God to remove from
our midst, through the instiumentality ot
death, our cherished brother and associate
1'ast urand a. a. Hatcher, and teeling
profoundly the heaviness of the affliction,
iml reverently acknowledging the supreme
wisdom and justice of the Almighty:
Resolved, 1 hat Nniley Lodge has last
one of its brightest member', the brother
hood a faithful and earnest co-worker, so
ciety a valued and useful citizen, the af
flicted a generous and skillml physician.
his parents a devoted child, and his asso
ciates a most estimable friend and com
panion. Resolved, that while expressing our
own deep grief at the dispensation which
has created a vacancy in our own " mystic
circle," we tender to the iclatives of the
deceased our heart-felt sympathy in a loss
to their that must be as poignant as it is ir
reparable. H Resolved, That the hall of Smiley Lodge
be draped in mourning, and that the Mem
bers wear the usual badge for thirty days.
Resolved, That the secretary engross and
forward a copy of these resolntions, bearing
the seal ol the lodge, to the parents or the
If von want a beautiful black or fan-v
ilk dttsj jsttern, for a small sum of money,
go tO V'AMHRON, URIER iV UO.
The Hompays Orphan's Festival.
It will gratify evry friend of the orphan,
tn know that the most encouraging success
has thus far attended the eflbtts of the la
dies in their appeals to the public, in mak
ing their preparations for the approaching
festival. Christmas week, I860, will, we
are convinced, be rendered famous by its
brilliant and highly successful orphan's
fsir. Subscriptions for the Orphan's Appta!,
the daily paper announced to be published
during next week, are pouring in with grati
fyingTapidlty, and all who are solicited for
aid are rafponding with great liberality.
Gifts rfeR the Tables. Wc have been
shown n beautiful assortment of card bas
kets, toilette bottles and toys, presented by
Air. a. n. iireKs: pnoioirraph albums.
ftiandsomc beoks, engravings, and many
unique ami fahHH)&llc arU:lo, selected
and presented by Sfessrs, W. T. Berry &
Co.; engravings of Gen. Washington "and
Martha Washington, exotusitly framed,
from Freeman & Co. ; and .i anished por
trait of Bishop Quintard, painted and pre
senter! by the distinguished trlist, M. Bulot.
The many friendsot this popularprelate will
be greatified that the wor of preserving
upon canvass his noble and intellectual
features, was committed to on artist of so
much taste and skill as Monsieur Bnlot.
We doubt not ranch rivalry will be raani
fested to possess this charming picture.
We might extend this notice by describing
thetastenil gifts of Mrs. Murphy and others,
andJiyfctying a list of those who have go
freely $ontnbuted that ewr timely gift,
fmMwy-roc distinguished lady of our city
faavingfcent a oheck for H00 ; Tut' while
these gilts fill the heart of the managers of
this noble charity with hope, we feel that
the doners will be more gratified by with
holding their names.
Thia.ii an occasion that appeals strongly
to every one of our citizens, and doubtless
before the new year dawns, thev will each
have gratified themselves, ami the orphans,
by sharing in this grand work.
We will pell our dress goods for If
wmey than those that advertise to sell at
rM . Vlt,iiml.UA.
... .' ' "S.
A (SOUTHERN lNKTrTUTION. I he KeW
Yorli Insurance Monitor fmakes the follow
ing mention of the Southern Life Insurance
Comjwny, of which Mr. Frank E. Pcrrin
of this city, is the General Agent, and
whobe advertisement is to be found else
where in the Union and DisPATcn:
Southern Life Insurance Company,
of .Memphis, a enn. we .have not wit
nessed a more healthful sign of the return
of the former prosperity of the South than
is afforded by the establishment ol tHis
company in Memphis. It is the first in
stitution of the kind organized south of
aiason and LUxon a line since the war, and
it appears to be quite worthy to lead
the van. The amplitude of Its scope, the
attractiveness ot its leatures, and the array
.of the mort esteemed Southern men, con
stituting its officers, director and stock
holders, are admirably calculated to win
the confidence and patronage of the citi-
xensot lennessee and neighboring States.
Its rates, terms and privileges are as ad
vantageous, and the benefits it proffers aa
great anu numerou. as those presented bv
any life institution in the North. The
Memphis press, finding in the distinguished
and respected names that figure in its list
ui uireciors anu giocKnoiuers ine ampit
Guarantee of its safetv am! iudicious ma
agement, speaks of it with manifest pri3e
and satisfaction; If the Southern people
should share their admiration, and there are
evidences that they do, the Sonthern Life
will become a great favorite, and eventu
ally increase its cash capital of two hnn
dred thousand dollars to its authorized one
of a million. Southern enthusiasm conld
not be directed into a better channel, or
bring forth more excellent fruit, than is
produced by the prolific and pacredlinstrii
mentality of Life Insurance.
The benefits of Accidental Insurance are
also ofiered to iU policy holders by the
Southern Life, tor a nominal sum it
grants a policy combininginsurance against
death and accident, by which " the com
pany is obliged topay a certain sum weekly
to tne assured, in case of iniurv. and should
death result from such iniury. to hand over
io me legal representative io me assured
t I . . .? il . 1
the roll sum the policy calls for."
In the South, especially on and about the
Mississippi, where life is verv uncertain. .
and accidents of frequent occurrence, u
company like the Southern Life ought to
prove a ereat blessmcr tothe " public." and
should be supported'liberally by the nu
merous admirers ot Southern institutions.
We have received the arorapany's first
quarterly statement, a very Satisfactory ex
hibit, reflecting great credit upon the man
agement, which appears to consist of offi
cers of experience and skill: Geo. TV. Mc
Carn. Esq., being President, Messrs. R. C.
linuKley- and s. late, iyjce Rresulents. J.
B. Dods, Esq., Secretary. F. S. Davis, Esq-
Treasurer, and Messrs., S- B. Falkenburg
anu ii. a. natch, uenerai Agents.
1 he Southern Life is fairly and auspi
ciously launched, and we shall expect to
hear cheering' hews' of'its continued. pro
gress and prosperity,
Real Estate Sale. We direct atten
tion to the sale of real estate to-day at 1 1
o'clock, of two dwellings on Cumberland
street, by Nelson & Co., and the Messrs.
Brown's, and the fine dwelling on Vine
street, now occupied by Mr. J. 1.. Brennan.
Simple but Effectual. The entire
freedom from all deleterious ingredients
renders "Brown' BroncJiial 2VocAe?,'' or
Cough and Voice Lozenges, a safe remedy,
for the most delicate female or youngest
child, and has canned them io lie held in
the highest esteem by Singers, and public
speakers generally. In Coughs, Irritation
of the Throat caused by Cold, or Unuiual
r . i i i.
r.xeriion oi me vocai organs, in speaking
in public, or singing, they produce the most
LOOKOUT FOR BARGAINS
BOOTS ANDt SHOES.
' i s' Or ;
F. H. FRENCH;
NO. 21 PBMC SQUARE;
DAY AN ENTIRE NEW
which he will sellpt Panic Price". Thoeln want
of good, durable, stylteh work will find them at
greatly reduced PTlces.,
Old HI jcU Selling I.wj Than 'ost.
BY DECREE INCHAN0EUY, IN THE CASF
ot J no. W. Walker rs. the Sheriff nf D.ivitlion
county nnd others, 1 am directed to rent for the
year isii? tun toiiowing property, viz:
The Store iloniie nw occutucj by Me.jrs. R.
the More House an Church street ncrunieil hv
Messrs. Hxmilton A: tlrecn. And a fltnre Room
between the two houses above mentioned.
ihote wishinc to rent will rnlbpn me nt II. 11.
Cheatham & Oo.V, enrner of Church and Collene.
aeo-ii iu.! u. t: nuuus, trustee.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OP
'oiik1i, Ctiltls, Iufliirnzn, nonrneuexH.
roup. liroiu'iiuis, lurlplrnt 'on
siuiiptlou. nnil Tortlie relief -of Con
Hiimptlre I'nllents iu ndvnncctl uln
ifos ol" lln tlonsc.
VJO WIDE IS THE FIELD OF
D U ujefulncen and m numer
ous nro the cafes of its cure,
that nlmot every fection of
countr- abounds in penoni
publicly known, who harebeeo
restored from alarmins and
even dejnerute di?easej of the
lung by it uc When onco tried, its superior-"
ity over every other expectorant is too apparent
U.eseape obJcrration, and where it? virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate, what anti
dote to employ for the dUtreing and dangerous
ancriioM ot tne pulmonary orirans that are jnri
dent to our climate. While many inferior reme
dies thrust upon the community have failed and
been discarded, this has (rained friends by every
trial, conferred benefits on the afflicted they ran
n over forget, and produced cures too numerous
and too remarkable to be lorirottcn.
e can onlv assure the Public, that its ounlltv
is carefully kept up to the beet it ever has been,
and that it may be relied on to do for their relief
all that it has ever done.
Great numbers ot Uterirrmen. PhVficians.
Statesmen, and eminent personages, have lent
their names to ccrtily tne unparalleled uijl
nessof our remedies, hot space here will not
nermit the Insertion of them. The Aeents below
named furnish gratis our Amkricin Ai.vxic in
which thev are given: with also full descriptions
of thecomplaints they cure.
Those who reouire an alinttrr tnnlirixr to
nnrifr the blood will find Ayfs's C'nur. V.KT.
SiRSriRll.LA the remedy to use. To' it onre,
and you will know its value.
Prepared by J. v. a a ,
Lowell. Massachusetts, and sold bv
Druggists and dealers every where At wholesale
and retail: in Nashville by
ltbtWlY. Dh.nO Y lLl.r. X VUAKTO.N.
LEA & PEREINS
of a Letter from a
TLEMAN ex Mad.
ra. to his brother
at Wobcest B,
"Tell Lea Jt Per
'OMT GOOD SAUCr
and applicable to
tins that their
is highly esteemed
in India, and is, in
my opinioo. tho
moft ralatable as
well as the most
The niccsss of this mwt delicious and unrivaled
condiment having caused many unprincipled
dealer to apply the name to SrcaioM Com
POBKB3. the PUBLIC is BtsrKCTrtTiAY and ki
KKSTiV requested te see that thenarnca of LKA i
PERHINS are npon the WRAPPER, LABEL.
STOPPER and DOTTLE.
Manufactured by ,
LEA & PERRIN6. Woreeste-.
JOHN DUNCAN'S MONK,
Net York. AgenU for the United States.
IOIt SAI.E On RENT, TI1E EL5QANI
: reidenre of the late Dr. John M. Watton
a large frame house. nut-huildinr. etc. with
il la.liVI uitm ilirvlnd t.i suit unrchasers. Will
be sold at a bargain for tbe next ten dap. If
not Md by the 2th instant, will be rented to a
good teaoat lor lbbi. Thwmost voluablo pro
perty h iu't oat'ide lhe eorporatioh, fronting
feet on McLemorestreet.
J. 1.. iV 11, M, IJIXVll l'i Au.tf,
SS) Union street.
PEMklXS, SWEXSOX & CO.,
Ucneral Comwlsilon Merchants,
N. 4 OimiKltWt, er. Dukm trvt. New Orloaiu
f - &, MSWKKSON.
r Nk.rnUte of Anitln,
V. M. PKUKISS. )
ot Pirctas A Oo
-guty" fiy m
t si o si i so,'
HATBAND - CAPS!
Trunks, Valises, Uags. Etc,
38 OUerrj .Street.
inaV to orlr aiulj VAtrxnU.! to Ct
ptete stock pf
,U .t WALK k it.
S N. Mcrr. E. It. Pairra. A. It. Phown
MACEY, DRIYER & BROWN,
' PEALKR-SllrT 1
Hardware and Hit lory.
' t ' ' ' '
flW'ANn LKATIfEU' BrfllTIXtJ,
Mill Materials Generally,
No. 82 We'stSlde PubHc Square.
ATTENTION OP TIIOSK IN
Pint Kitil (mi a,
l)er Uuite, ami
, Hmall-tioiv Htitiirrcl'diiuo,
is invited to onr ttock, whk-h we r now reoelviug
from the manafacturen la 'Kn'gliDd; (onr iiwu Im
port! tlou,) coiul.tlngof Gum uia.i ly tho'fflloali.g
V7. VT. OBEEKER,'
8. ITOLTiTS 4 SON,
and other good makers. Having a Urg stock of the
above in store, we wm, .offer extra inducements to
I ho desiring to pnrchaio.
MfCT.Y, DRIVER & BROiVN,
No. 33 Wwt Side Public Su,uar.
Iniportaut.-On and after the 1st day of Jan
uary, 1867, license of every description, must be
renewed the day they eipire ; and all person
-commencing business, must obtain license In ad
Owner of Vehicles, licensed by taw, ara in
cluded In this notice, as well as all others engaged
in business of any kind, which require lirenre
to bo first had and obtained.
A, rigid enforcement of the laws in such cases
has become necessary, and oil delinquents in
future, will be held to the strictest accountabili
ty, for.their, negWt in this, particular. This it
the lait koltee.
iiur.r. i.. ni.il'KK, .ax.
Bale of o Farm.-Dn Thursday, at ' 11
o'clock a. v., December 20, 18C6, no will sell, on
the premisey;, that beautiful Farm of 315 acres,
known aa the Buchanan Farm." cne-half mile
from the town of Lavcrgne, fifteen miles on the
X.'und 0. R. R. Those who want a good farfn
had better attend this sale. Sale without reserve.
derl9-2t AerikotoV Jt Farrar, A cents.
rbr .Salo at a Eargalu A complete set
of Mahogany Marble-top (very fine and almnct
new) Chamber Furniture. Apply to
W. W. TOTTEW,
Jet,1S 2t 21 apJ North College at.
CLi-Utmas. Isadnro Ozannc. 15 Hummer
street, is ready to furnish all st)les of Christ
mas confections, sugar toys, randies, cakes,
etc.. at a low figures -a any wholesale bouse in
the city. As all hi? goods ore of home manufac
ture, he has a peculiar claim on the patronage of
our people. derlS-lw
Why Delay purchasing your Coal until you
are entirely out and the weather Siting fold,
when Knight Bros.. No. 49 Church street; are
selling their choice Round Coal at ONLY SO OO
PER LOAD, delivered in any part of the city.
Tho Best DlnrktmKh Oonl In the-city
for sale by Knight Bros, at Twenty Cents per
bushel. Also packed In hogsheads ready for
shipment In a moment's notice. decs J
Kcntoned 'opnlnr Lumber, corner o
Crawft.nl and North Summer .streets ftf
Teilow Pine Flooring, atlotj prices, ctr
ner pf Crawford and North Summer ats. . ,(tf
BultdltiK Lumber of all kinds, corner m
Crawford and. North Summer street., ftf
frdm PoilH anil Fencing Lumber,
cornerof Crawford and North Summer streets.
White Pine Flooring' manufactured by
Kntght Brn.'. on Rolling Mill Ilill.'forsale at
rednrej prices. Office, No. 49 Church street.
Just Received, a largeavortment of Ladies
Dress Far and Ilats at . Lakpe k Bro.'s.
novlui 41 North College street.
A Snre Pile Cnre. Dr. (Jii.nrRT's Pan
IxatRDUGXT positlvejy cures the worst ea?es of
piles. Sent by mail on receipt of Si. .Circulars
free. Sold by Drujrgists. Agents wanted everr
where'. Address J- B. RovAtxr, Manager, No.
ft5 Broadway. New Vork. InovlT 3m
For CuriHtmna ltll. Toys, Dolls, Fancy
Ooods, VTork Boxes, Falso Fares, and Willow
Ware, in great variety.
dec23H S9 Pnion ftrtet.
Wtnel 1 From the LoN-ntroRTH Vineyard
and Wine House, Cincinnati. 'fl
W. P. A F. P. Anpessov, -Proprietors."
tioldrn WediUnjr.Srmrkllii!; Catanba.
Iry Catawba. Innbelln, tr. Tnce Wines
are furnished at much lower rates than imported
good, and fur purity and boquet are excelled yb
'uone-i-cither native or foreign. ," t ;
Soldhr . i
Ar.cass CttEiTRry C. '
Kl.IN'K Jt SBKRUtX. '
R. B. Cheathiv A- On.
For Attorney General Klrenlli, Ju
dicial District. We aro authoriied to an
nounce A. C. IIickev, Esq., fa a candidate for
Attorney General, for the Eleventh Judicial
District, composed of the eeuntiw of Giles, Mar
shall. Maary, Lawrence, Lewis and Hickman.
Choice Groceries at TottenN. Arrived
at lait, tha fallowing careful lj slecteil and
richly prepared god. which ha is 'ellin; very
low for eah, at wholesale and retail- Freh pan
ned fruit!, grasn peat, corn, egg plumbs, green
sages, shaker preserve, suiri jelly, calve? feet
Jelly. Cox'a geTatine. aerated cracker, dried"
plumbs, blackberries and currants, at xaent sago,
tapioca, eating Ues starch, Java, Laguayro, Mo
cha, MiJieaio iol Rio coffees. Also, impcriod
and - domestic wines and brandies, at "W. W
Totten'J 21 and 2 College street. Narhville. -
To Conanmptlvea The Adver'tlitr. hav-,
ingbea reMored to health ia a few weeks, by a
very simple remedy, after having sufFared several
years with a severs long affection, and. that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known totis fellow-sufferers tbe means of core.
To all who desire it. he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free of charge, with the di
rections far preparing and nsing the same, which
they will find a sure Core rox Cavstmrnov,
Asthma, Bhoxcbitis. Ae. The only object of
th advertiser in tending the PresrriptrftiC is to
benefit the aSlicttd, and spread Infenmtion
whieh he conceives to be invaluable: and hope
1 titi .taf s titti,.,
every :uocrcr win Try mis remcoy, n u win nwi
thea nothing, and may prveJtletjung.
Parties wUhtog the-, pnwilptlon, will please
oddresa , . Jv, EDWARD A. WLLSON.
- - . nflkmsbnrgi Kings eauoty, w York.
FIN; ANCE A$D. TRADE.
i UFTirn or
Thumlir. Dec. 27. 1W.
Gold instill on thcdecline,having opened
in New York yesterday, at 1371, was 137f
at 11:30, and at 1 r. m. was 13Gj.
Dealers here were paying 13513G and.
were asking 1S7.
Government securities were quoted in
sew lork resterdav as-follows:4
S-2Cs. 2d series, coupons
ft-2Ds, 3.1 series', coupons
10-tOs L .. :
London ailvirert of the 19th nut., quote
Exchange on New York i still dull at J
Bank of Tennessee was bought at.4"c.
4Sr-. and held by our dealers at 53c. :
Planters' Bank was scarcely so trood as
it was a few day ago, and S2c was the buy
Union Bank.wao fitm .itSOv-. buying and
Sonthern bank notes are very dull,- arid
are only bought at reduced rate.
, Nashville rorjwration'diwkRiSire lnll at
ftt discounts- ' ?
: Tennessee iionds s6id 'in New- York on
theUSth inst. as follows; $20,000 at fJSfc.
antl $13,000 at 63Jc The New York Times
of' the: nihsayft: "'On the Borderr tates
Bonds the activity in Missouri cpntinueil,
whlle "TtrinWeftt were rather pressed on
sale and gave way .1(1 J i)ercent.,although
within a fortnigh of the January coupon,
which we have reason to believe will be
paid on all description, although some of
the railway companies, whose position and
business liave not vet entirely recoverAl
from the disasters of the war, will require
the temporary aid of the State Treasury,
for wliich the Legislature now in uession
have made provision. If need be,, the nn
thorities are impowered to raise $250,000.
Onr information is that the railway com
panies will not be in arrear for more than
about half this sum. Some of them are
now depositing their respective quotas of
interest in New. York! ffjie degression in
the IkmuIs is owing ia part to the report
that $000,000 of the funds Of the State have-
been wrongfully loaned to one of thellem-
phis banks; but this' we understand to be
t he 'school fun'd; and rur part of the interest
fund of the treasury. The North Carolina
bonds have sympathized in the decline;
They are now cheaper at the stock, board
than for some lithe past. They have not
resumed regular interest payments, but,
like the Tennessee debt, (except that "the
total is much smaller,) they represent, rail
The exports of specie from New York to
foreign ports for the week ending the 16th
inst., amounted to $1,432,003. The follow
ing will show the total exerts from the 1st
of January to the 15th of October in
isoii:....':.: ...V 12.101,909
Tne AIpw 1 vrk Time of the 17th inst
says: "Tlie rates lo? mone'tare neartwy
per cent, cheaper to the Slock brokers, pw-
ing to the improved bank movement iu the
receipt of .Legal-Tender and : Isational
Bink Notes, and the-disbursement of about j
ten millions of currency by the 'govern
ment bv wav of interest on the second se
ries of 7-30. Although less than half of
this will be paiuffinPat New York, , lire
whole, sum will ba indirectly felt on 'the
money market. The other currency dis
bursements of the government are about
equal to the internal revenue; 'while tlij
gold customs will propably be Ihelighlestin
December of thejyear, although some im
provements may take place near the close
of the month."
The Chicago Tribune of the 17lh inst.,
The money market was oloser on Saturduv
than at any time durinl the week", and in some
quarters it was pronounced decidedly 'stringent.
Tho banks are losing currency every day, owing
10 mc urain essiwaru 10 nroviue exenange ana
the checking by country banks in order to move
the ho$ crop, which has now taken a fair start.
Paper is narnroly discriminated, and borrowers
find great difficulty In obtaining accommodation.
Discounts arc entirely restricted to three whose
claims cannot be denied. Tbe bank rate is
steady at 10 per cent. Iu the open market there
is more doing, and good names are taken at l'i
per cent, and less desireable signatures at
2 per cent per month.
The shipments of produce to the East are ex
ceedingly light, and very little exchange is being
maae. v ere u not mat many 01 tne Dings nave
paper maturing in New York, additional ship
ments of currency wonld be necessary. The ex-
change market was weaker to-day. owing to the
tightness or money, and sales were made be
tween banks at 25 cents premium. The coitnter
rates were unchanged par buying and 1-10 pre
The iniprovementrhich has taken'place
n the condition of the Bank of England
since the 3d of May is by many considered
to justify a lower rate of discount than the
present minimum of four per cent. At the
time mentioned the rate was ten per cent,
and the reserve of notesand coin had been re
duced toS59,9S0; and the bullion to 11,
878,775, while' the circulation" 'was 20,
562,525, and the advances 33,447:403.
The return of the 23th of November, how
ever, showed the reserve of notes ami coin
to be 10,083,820, and the bullion 18,J75,
570, while the circulation; was only 23,
003,209, and the advances 19,180,008.
There his consequently been-a. decrease in
the circulation of about three millions and
a half sterling, and of fourteen millions
and a quarter iu advances, while there has
lieen an increase of 0,300,000 in the bul
lion and 9,800,000 in the reserve. !Thc
circulation is still, however, one or two
millions above the ordinary average. Ow
ing to the negotiation of a new Russian
loan of six millions, JjNew Zealand man
for 2"0,6oO,and the payment in fnll .call-
ngyor Jt3ou,uuu, ot tircyctori.3, Australia
six per cent loan, the demand for money-
was pufliciently active to make a furthev
reduction of the bank rates improbable,
TheGreeneville(Tenn.)!Vj, of the 15th
intl., savs somaof the corn speculators in
thatlBection are gelling
ind ail.U' "One thousand bmhels
anil anus. wne inoiisanu uiwieis
corn, sacked and tlelPHjiffd in our depot
acost of over Coc. ler bushel,,!- nowoffereil
at 55c. Money is too scarce to fcnain war
prices. Pork started at 10c but .has een
bought during the last few days at 7c."
The New York Timer the 17th inst.
The uuport entries for tho past week amount
to J3,(M2,-ft7. against the total eolrieof JTs'.M.
ills soma week last year. Tho export clearance
of domestic produce amount iu 3,101,411..
uginat'$US10,lSJ same week, last year. The ex
Jort of specie amounts to 11,343. -43. against $1.
J&H. same week last year, Tb. -eastsmt fur
the week are S1.53iron. r The refMpts or rottitn.1
coastwise and by railroad, are 18.W6 bales.
The gold values of the Import entrieof for--eisn
nerehandiie at New York liflcC Jan. 1.
lioo, the beginning of the rarrent calendarycar,
nre offiei&llr (to Dec. Dandoiai-oSrfal!y .since)
reported as follows the entrlas of foreign syecle'
.Total to dato-jinceJao. 1
Again'ame time lait yeaV ' " W,W7,74
Increase to date . . i77.f-89.US
The currency valoa of the exports of domestic
produce and miscelUoeou goods from New1
York, inclndiog foreign articles re-exported,
since Jan. 1. lsfl, are as fallow:
Total to date since Jan.l :.JWlt3M
Aiin?t sameitlm Hi ltfi,SV.W
Increase since Jan. 1
The New York World of the
says: ' Tne market shows a considerable
revival of business, particularly in those
goods which are recognised as necessities.
' leclmber iVhot tVnallyilrf acfile month
in wholesale biisiness. Merchants like to
balance their, accounts on the Istgf Janua
ry with small stocks of goodsi 'Dnder these
circumstances business may noV be' called
.brisk; The past weekjhows large gales of
.''.! " ' ' ' . U ' 1 -
coffee, suffar. molasses, and rice. Karlr in
tlie "wcekahere was alarge business done ia
hides and leather. In the past three days
the trade' have taken about 40.000 bbla.
of Sour, and would probably: 'hive'taken
more but for the speculative advance that
has takpn place. Articles, that can .possi
bly be dispensed with do not show so much
"The point we wonld make is, that
prices oi teauing staples naye Dcen " very
dull a long time; slocks in the hands of
dealers are small ; prices of goods ha ve de
clined relatively morec than gold; conse
quently, if gold should decline In January
to 130 under the payments from the LVited
States Treasury, 110 farther decline in mer
chandize need beexpected". There is much
more likelihocsl of a material rise, if gold
remains steady. Dealers and manufactu
rers have been 'holding off' for prices
to touch ' bottom.' There are 'ahundant
indications that we are on 'hard pan' for
the next six months' business, and return
ing confidence and activity, of which we
have noticed the dawning may Ins expected
to be developed in all branchas of trade.'
The New York Joyurtud of Commerce t'of
the 15th inst., says of domestic dry goods
The trade is fitful, and price Irregular. In low
woolens there Is a feeling that the bottom has
beentouehed. and some disposition u manifested
to lay by stock for future sales. The better c&is
01 piain woolens hare sola a little more freel at
i concession. Holders of fancy easimers fetla
little more encouraged, although we can see very
little improvement. In cotton goods, ther u
very inue improvement, aiamtara.neavy Drown
meetings are nrm ana to a certain extent sala
ble : all others are quiet Illeeched goods are
lower tor actual sates, some agents having made
a considerable concession to dispose of accumu
late! stock: others areheldat old prices but
without much business. It is evident that the
year just closing will have very little to mark it
pleasantly in the calendar to those who tell dry
goods. It has been a toil, disquiet and nneor-
itinty wun no important returns ot gain toconn-ter-bulance
the wear and tear of those heavjr
anxieues. ino revere losses navo resuitrtl as yet
from the profusion of credit: and dealers are
now hupeful that the worst of (he year's history
is known, and that a barren profit and loss ac
counts will ba the only misfortune. As long; as
capital is intact, and jobber are left in a gftotl
condition to meet the activity when it comet, a
year like this 'is not an irreparable misfortune.
The market for heavy brown cottons has been
moderately active during tbe current week.
The demand from the home trade is limited, but
there is more doing; for export. The stock of
sianuuni querimjci murai nanas is comparative
ly small and 'firmly held at qnrtted rates. Fine
good are less active, ami offered at some conces
sion. HPricesjif bleeched grjods trj quite unsettled.
Some manufacturers who are anxious td run oil
their stock, have reduced prices from four to five
rents perynrd.and important sales of a few
popular makes' have been effected at this reduc
tion; others, although willing to make sijme
concession, are not prepared to submit to so
lnrgaa decline ambtheretbre make 06 change in
notninarquotatlohs which in sich cases' do iiot
fairly represent the market. The current demand
is small as is usual nt this sn.isnn. nml forml
(Sa't rf n phly boiinade at low figures.
Ol foreign goods the same paper says :
The market for foreign trands rpmninQ dnll.
.there is f 61110 inquiry forspccialities suited to the
appruaeiiinE uuuuaj j, out mere is no generauio
mand and little prospect of improvement until
the opening of next season's business. The auc
tion sales of tho'week have been comparatively
small; the offerings consisted mostly of irregular
lots to close invoices and prices ruled low. t
. '- ' a
cotton market vesterdav
dull at 23a but-advanced to 2U, and closed
firm at that figure. A few bales of extra
were sold as high as 30c.
tne loiiowing comprised tne transactions
v which it will le seen that
the sales r!
Lthehtghest total of ,the
The wholesale grocery-market yestenlar
was tolerably fair. No change in quota
tions. Southern t'otton Market.
CuiELnsTiiN, Dee. 17. r. St. The cotton mar
ket was dull to-day. fiuleJ. 3.'4 lulesat J Jtde
cirne: middlins?, 3l3452,
AcorsTA, da., Dec- 17: Are find the market
dull, and on the limited transaction', we capnet
Savax.vih. Dec. 17, p. m. The cotton market
was inactive. A few sales of Liverpool mid
dlings were made at 31c.
Macox, Dec. 17- There Was a good demand
for the better grades' of cotton to-day- and all
middling cotton offered was freely taken at 36
(rents at which figure our market elwed firm in
CoLdiBt'S. Oa.. Dec. IS. On Monday. Tuesday
and Wednesday middling cotton, with little
demand, was selling at L'lff :te. Un 'tbursday.on
account of favorable reports from Liverpool and
New York, middlings rose to ai-ftiaijc and!7.
These figures were maintained and feeling was
decidedly buoyant. The receipts for the week
are the largest of theseason, being 3,3)J biles'
St&cton hand 14J6S.
MdBll.r. Dec. 15. Sales to-dav 3.P0O' bales
.lurgesttrantaction of any one day this season.
Market closed linn ; middlings 3lc.
Sngnr nnd Molaes.
"New Oblras.; Dee. 11. The demand for su
gar is limited and mostly, local, and although the
receipts are small, have ruled about Kc per lb.
more In favor of buyers. The demand for mo
lasses continues good, and prices show an ad
vance sinco day before yesterday of about 2e per
gallon. The sales to-day embrace COO hhd su
gar and 800 bbs. molasses, comprising nearly all
the receipts and all in first hands, with prices
ruling within the range of tho subjoined quota
tions which wc. hare revised. The stock onjsale
in second hands is accumulating.
l'rices of sugar have ruled steadily in favbr of
buyers during the past week, and declined 1c
per lb. Those for molasse declined about 3e per
gallon in the early port of the week, but with ft
better demand since then, about 3d per gallon of
the reduction has been recovered. The sale? of
the week comprise 2,700 hh'ds. sugar. S.O0O bbls.
molasses- The receipts comprise 3.337 hhdi su-
far. 4.S7 bbls molasses. Cleared 179 hhds sugar.
,Stl bbls molasses.
Surar-Inferior 7K3o; common 8!;$Kc;
fair9&9!c: good fair $X9io 1 fully fair 1HC
lOje; prime lOrSSll'ic: choice WiHWi;' nee
ends 10c ; yellow clarified 12124:. (
Molasses Inferior 40o; common 60mJ,13c ; gorkl
Wc; prime CO; hoice 63t35c.
MARKETS BY TELEHUAIMI;
Neiv Yorlc Rtock nad 3Ioney STarket,
Nsw York, Dec. 19. Money more active; at 6
(S7c. Uold a shade easier, opening at 137' de
clining to 138, and closing at 13t Govern
ments unaltered. Stocks dull and lower: Illi
nois Central scrip 118: R. I. 31: new WW: pfd.
7S'4; Toledo 121i M. i-St. P. pM. 1 Michigan
Southern 81; Michigan Central 111 N Y.
Central IU'4; Pacific Mail 70: 5-20V. Vn !Cou
nons. new issue. 81' 7-So W'.: W. ('.Tel.
there is a tair demand tor money, but it con
tinues to be met at G per rent, on stock collate
rals and f on government. The stork of capital
i3 large and increasing. Prime discounts are 6!
M7 percent. J-'oreign exchange is dull and weak.
Prime banker's bills are quoted at lO-.iU. The
gold market closed up quietly at 13tiHatEfi?6.
Government securities were lower at the close,
on the eold bonds, but steady on tbe treasury
notes. Kegistereil, "81, 103K; coupons 112;',; &-20s
registered, Ci 106' ilC0" i; 5-20s coupons, "C2,
107j&107 5-20 coupons, '61. IW-IOoH:
5-20s coupons. 'G5,105lJ3100?i: 10-tOs registered
WlA98i; 10-10i coupons 99(100. The con
tinuous session of the stock exchange was
brought to an abrupt close this afternoon, and a
new arrangement substituted.
The stock market at the latest openinc of the
board was generally steady. The following are
the closing prices: O. Jc M. certificates 'itfeEHWi;
New York Central UO-KHl: Krio 7373?i
: Central UQftgiii:'Erie 73a73?: C.
(Hgre activsyat tbe atternoon board, and; gene-
rally higher, as CowparediwUh ibeniorning quo-'tiflons.-
XeV York PruvNIou illnrkpt.
NKw'Yhtic.-'bee. 19. Cotton higher at
Flour quiet, closing scarcely so firmas yesterday:
x i. 1 2 i" 1; .nicnigan uentrai iikhi
1. lWlOtw N. W. Xf&ZFi; do pfd.
744; r. Wayne 100.7iaiO7. file mining::
SICK pf ;their liarVjdUilt ad .not c flrm;-J2 .for- Ko. 2 Mllwan-
kef- .lljre ,n. M"" "1UMt- lower1, and
. n ( in moaerate business demand, at SI VJti
j 1 l.''-. Oil quiet and drooping. fiSifide. iPork
t easier, at &v ;2i ior new; si u Tor
! -1.1. .In,!n. ,t 1-4) Mill PrimtttLAri...... I r
cm, u. . HB . .-. wa uvw ,CG1
boms firmer. Lard heavy and unchanged. Bat
ter and cheese firm. bitky quiet. Tallow
quiet. Petroleum dull at 19c for crude and 33I
lor refined in bona, vtooi quiet and firm at 27
31 for California.
. ! . . t'litcaco Jtarkei. ,
Chicaqo, Dec. 19j Flour quiet; good to choice
spring extras 58 UVS12: good white winter $1
spring superfine S7 25W3. Wheal very quiet and
33.- lowen J2 12K for No. 1: jf gT
for Nl 2: losinjiat ti for loi 1 in rerular
uouses; a- 1. id laucr lucaniim, ana II ,vK for
So. 2. Corn dull and lower; light sales of No 1
at7?a0c-. No. 277c No. 1 at elosa dull at 7Wt
TCl ' Ojri lodviLnd fiuit at i'l'Zy. r. T .
Hie provision market i qoiet and unsettled
with a decline of .'-Oc p. r barrel on mess pork."
Lard ve y quiet and it mostly nominal prtees:
UHc. Oreeti meats inactire. English meats
very quiet. About fire hundred bbls. of mm
pprk changed hands nt SI7 M; holders at the
ilose'aiked it. 7. Dressed hog aettre, with a
decline of 12&?; iC 26 7 closing at S6 SO
6 T'ifor choice shipping lot.-.. Livt hogs nnlet
and 3550c lower: $5 50s5 for common toeholi?
Receipt!. 3.700 bbl. fiour, 8,000 bush, wheat 11 -COO
bush, corn: 4.000 bush, oats; 11.WXI head lior's
Shipment. 7.0C0 bbls. flour 4,U tiuh whtnt
MtLwivcrg.Dee. 19. Flour dull aad weak
Slofor extra spring. Wheat lSe better. 9to fen
No.2. Corn dull at, 79c. OaU.4ftfr Ka.Z
Dressed hem 2SJ lower, at io 2M 75. Ra.
ceipU. TOO bblsfloiir; 5.O00 bush, wheat. Sbio
meats, l.l bbls. floun labnih wheat.
CtsciN-SATTt, Dec. 19. Flour unchanged. a
perfine JO 25SW 25 for Wheat steady at $2 40
for No. 1 spring and $ S5. for tio,l winter
Corn steady and in 'fair demand at M fbr ear and
CO for shelled. Oau firm. at7. and tbe receipts
are light,. Rye firm at il 3HIX forXo. l.
Barley unchanged and a moderate demand fur
prim te choice fall at il 6031 702,
Wfiisky dull, and sales of 230 barrels at 3V. in
Uf ueifiiarBuuii onupr-c3.iowEr aruimnrett'ed
reiwlng with no ouyertf at rer IT WW" aft net.
KMetputo-uay iiiVt i,
F res-Wen Mess Wk Jail
..,. mil, meaw us- .
ohanged, with sales st
meked sides 9e dear sides 1M green meats
lower, clowngat 57U. and &S9Jc for
jooniuen, Hles aal bams Lard sold in small
iotsatn?jcan(tlJlull. butter dull at a39tf
for prime roll.
Cotton firm but quiet at 31$3Se fer middling.
New York Dry Goods Slarket.
JiEw?oc Deaja The dry goods market
couunues steaar tor leading goods of domesti
manufactnre. Trade is all that can be expected
nuu 5iion 01 we tear, lao near approach
to the active season of spring leads some specu
lators tk what prime goods can be had at low
Crises. WoolrnAeoodj ara In nnest. h-nt nrir
rrerr low, markePbare. Standard brown sheet-
rng ana snirtmr. pneesfirm ; but little doing
iu uincuw gvoas. rnni cioiai active, rates
steady. Prints dull, with increased supply,
prices weak. Dotilttte demand for linens, large
orders would obtain concessions. Little dimapd
for Canton tianoels. Dalains in demand, prices
firm. Trade moderate for cloths. Blankets ara
InorYery active, and prices are very low. Job-
pers report a ngnt. steaov trafle tntsreign goods,
out at very low rates, there is a general dispo
sition to close ont stocks, aad many kinds of
cooas are torced urnm tho ratrlcet below tha
BiLTiuoBK. Dec 19. Flour 6rm. Safes of Chi
cago extra at 12 Z$12 SO. Urain steady, Pro
vUiotis dull. Groceries neglected.
Cotton quiet at SS'e for middling.
f TorjBBb. Dec. 10. Wheat firm ami auiet. Corn
eOc. Oats 46e. Dressed hogs. 77)4c.
nnfifnlo Market. .
U. I . isv,. . avu, ,o ui.i, riving w,u
closed a"c better. $10 7511 26. Xo. 1 Spring
wheat is nrm: no. - Jiuwaanee snnnir. s 1, .
Corn is dutU Ko.Lmixod. $1 09. Oatr 50c.
LtVERrooL. Dec. 19. The cotton market was
active and buoyant tvday, and closes fiimatthe
advance of of a penny, noted at noou. Salei
sum up fully 30,000 bales. The breadstuff and
provision markets are quiet and unchanged.
Los do.v, Dec. 19, p. v. Consuls closed atSS"
for money, American securities closed steady:
the latest offleial figures' are aJ follow: V. S.
S-aOsTUfe Frie4S; Illinois Central 7
Faisgron, De. IP. U.-S. 5-2A) aro quoted at
lAsTwxar, Dec. 19. The market for petwleam
is firm at M francs.
Everything was dull, gloomy and forlorne up
on the landing yesterday. A dismal, saturated
mist wrapped the city in its embrace all day
long. ;Mud and slush obtained everywhere.
Tbo Cumberland was rising last night with
twenty feet on the shoals.
Our port list is extremely meagre. The arri
val of theJfashvllte comprised tho entire move
ments of the day. There were no departures.
The Havana whieh was to have left yesterday,
postponed her departure until to-day.
The Nasliville, from Cairo and Memphis,
brought a tolerably fair trip of freight, chiefly
of flour, corn and miscellaneous freight.
(By Telegraph. 1
Ctxeix-vitr, Dec 19-1 r. . The river has
risen twenty feef twenty-two feet in the chan
nel. Weather cloudy. Thermometer 33.
Pitisrcbo, Dec, 19 Noon Rirer five feet
nine inches and filling. M'eather mild with in
dications ef a thaw.
For Cairo and Memphis.
alllE SPLENDID PASSENGER
. Steamer. NASHVILLE. WlLKT
Sruua Muster. Jonsxr Ha HP ex.1
Clerk, will leave as above on THURSDAY, the
20th inst.. at 12 o'eloek tt.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to
CORBETT JcBOYD. Agents,
decl9 2t HARRISON i SONS. Agents.
WI.XO.TtlUUV A CO., Banker's and Pealr
In Gold. Silver, Government Stocks and Compound
Kasutillx, Sox. 20, 1SS6.
U. S. Bonds, 1831. ..Ill Comp u inuxiotes
Oouptn 6 2ls'82...10o
" Aug., '64.114'
" 0t.t 'M.11S
" Dec., 'C4. 112
New issne a-30's 107
Coupon 10-tOa...... 9
Aag. I-ws wun ui.ioiu
" Aug ..'6V1091
Jiine7JOs " "-1M
July 7-30a " " 101
Small Bonds Jfpr.ct. less
Tennessee Donds, new,69c
Sep'., oo ius
Alto, higheit price paid for all kinds of Sonthern
UauK notes. price ii, mrnuuen wuu ueurm.
Dvposit received, and Exchange Tarnished on
New York. Ciaclauall, LculiTllle, JUemphU, Eog
land, Ireland, s'ranee, and all parts of Germany
UoarosATiot (jitters casneuat nest rates.
OFFICE, corner Dnion and Cherry street, oppo
site Bank of Tennessee.
Offlce hours, 8 a. it. to 5 r. m.
Thos. S. SrABS.Trci't. It. 0. Tox, Ch'r.
NATIONAL SAYINGS' COMPANY,
Corner Union and College Streets.
The following are the rates paid for uncuirent
money. These quotations are name to nueiqaie-, uni
may t depeiided on a sufficient length of lime fer
remittances to be received by mall or express, if for.
warded without delay.
Bank of Tennessee ......17
Bank ot Tennessee,
dated lgfil M
l'Unters' Bank- -82
Cnlon Bank 80
Unlou BankCertr. St)
Baak or Chattanooga ...13
" KnoxvUle 50
" Memphis par
" Middle Tenn.9G
" tbe Union par
" WestTenn, 43
Buck's Bank ...par
Georgia Railroad and
Bank of MidiUeGa.-..,87
Marine Bank M
Bank of Angusta-...40
August Insurance ...0S
Bank of Athens. 45
" ColnmbTH 20
" Commerce, OS
" Empire 8tate20
" Fultsa 3S
" Savannah 45
City Bank or AngutUJJO
Farmer and Mechan-
lea' Bank 19
Mechanics Bank ..OS
Merchants' and Plant
era' Bank . 10
Plantera' Bnk... Is
Untan Bank.... 03
Bank of Cape Fear ....20
" Clarendon Ox
" Commeree ..-I2
" Washington ..05
" Wllmlngtori ...IS
Commercial Bank .... 18"
Farmer' Bank of N.
City Bank .. 70
Northern Bank..... par
Ocoeo Bank. 18
Bank of ShelbvTill4-...&
Sonthern Bank ....25
I, lis and General Insu
ranr Company.. ...M
Bank of Camden
" Hamburg.. 18
" the State Sonth
Cooinierrial Bank .lo
Farmers' and Kxrliange
MerchanU' Bank.. IS
Plantera' Bank of Fair
Planter' and Mechan
ic' Bank IS
StaW Bank 7
Union Bnk. ft
Bank of Amertra par
l Lonlatana GO
Canal Bank .95
Crescent Cty Bank...5
Louisiana Stats Bank7S
Mrchanici' and Traders'
Southern Bank par
Union Bank ..95
New Orleans Scrip.... HO
- ALABAMA. .
' Montgomery .86
" Selma .. JSO
Central Bank 20
Conimerclal Bink .30
Eastern Bank. 40
Sothern Bank......... 95
entral Baikoad Bank96
Bank of RoiLoro'..J...B
Panic af Berkeley....! M
" Commerce.... ..4l
" IIowardvitt .Mt)
" th Old Ponil-
" " Richmond ....10
' ItockbrMg ..J&S
41 Scottitllle ,15
Ilia Valley of
' Virginia ...S5
" Winchester .70
Central Bank of Va....I5
Exchange Bank of V.9t
Fanner' Bank of Fin-
castle ............. 35
Farmers' Bank of Vs.. 20
Fanner' . . 30
Merchant' Bank 4
Merchant' and Me-
Chanles' Bank 75
Southwestern Bank 35
Trailer Bank 54
Nashville 4 CfiatTa B.
It Stock-.. .23
LoaUrille 4 Nashville
Tax Receipts.. .......30
ENLISTED IN THE TJ. S. ARMY!
In TrnnevHCP nro- Kntlllel la
K.-vcli. for all Nlnvpt .tlimlpreil Into thr
ABOARD HAS BEEN RKCR.VTLY AP
pointcd by the Secretary of War to exam
ine and report to Washington upon claim's of
this character. Tbe President ef this Board, is
in Nashville, and has fitted up an office. The
other members of the Board ara expected this
week and the business will commence at once.
We hare organized a Branch Office, in this
city, for the purpose ef prosecuting tblt particu
lar class oi claims, uur iiouse nas ueen en
gaged for the past two months in preparing and
prosecuting these claims before the Missouri and
Kentucky Commissioners, and is familiar with
ali the rules and decisions there made, as well as
the most recent rulings of tbe Secretary War on
We, thereloro, oner our services to Attorneys.
A rents, and Claimants, throughout tbe State.
believing we enjoy unusual mrniiie tor serving
them. These claims will be examined first by
tbe Board, but final action ran only be taken by
the proper Department at Wathiagtop.
uur purpose is maueou pcraawmy oeiore ine
Board in Tennessee, the better
serve clients st asbiogtun.
We defltro one or mere eerreaoendest in each
county, with "wham wo will divide fees. And
we will furnish to them all needed blanks and
printed ioUuetion,.aud keep them fully in
turmeU from time to time f the action ef the
We furafeh Indlrtdoal claimants, blanks and
full insfructlun t. enaWa them to prepare their
Our Washington Houm has already a large
correspondence in tbe State, but to satisfy thoe
who may not know us with regard te our In
tegrity ami basine eajpaerty,we gire few of our
LeuUrflle and Nashville reference, who are all
widely (Mvn in Utb Restuekr and Tennessee.
CllIPMAN. HUs.VlER d: Ct.
So. 'it Colonnade Building.
V. .U. III. T .
Loaisville References. J II. Llndenberger.
Cashier Merchants' Bank of Kentucky: lieu. A.
Lewis. President First Nashville Bank; Cel. L.
T. Thurin. Seerttary Southern Mutual Life In
surance) Company; Jos. T,1impklns. Wholesale
Merchant; Jiewromb, Buchanan A Co.. Whole
sale Merehanti: R. (S. Dun Jt Co, Proprietors
Mercantile Agency; (Jen Richard n . Jobdviq.
Aatbvule Keferences.nr Toe mas II. ami
Cashier Traders' Dank of Tennessee; A. U.
fanl Prefldent Flnr N&Ilnnml Bank- J. L. ill-
CreryCasMenPintNational Bank; Adam, Uib-
u (n WholHtjiIa MBnthant- Han. II II.
Harrison, unutu states umtxel Aliernev: s.
Watson. President Bank at Tennoasee: Wing.
Tubey Jt OttBankerss OftLEJ'. Ferry, United
States Tax Cvmmitsioaer: it. . Aflaway, tq,
City and Country Mere ants
A. LOUIS & CO.
SO Xorth Zirarkct Street,
TTAVIKD DETBRMIXED TO MAKE i A
J-Achangu in business, nffer their rarge,tek of
Foreign and Domestic Dry Qooi,
BOOTS AXIS SHOES. I
HATS. NOTIONS, Etr KtcM
Not onlv AT COAT tui t nrlu b .;. ...
ready to lay in a wpplr. J
Weeall the attention f all merchants t this,
as we know it will be to their own benefit to Hall
on us. as oar
C! r S E I
At the earliest day possible. I
A I.OHIS fc Om
tl North Jlnrkct KtreW.
Trustoe'H Snle of Ileal stutc,
PURSUANT TO A DEED OF TRUST. KX-
X ecuted bv AlArru k'-imr nn th. 4Ml,
day of August. 1S35, and duly registered ia
the Registers officw or Davidson coantyj la
book X, page OA I will expose to nub
ile sale at the Courthouse door, in Nash
ville, on Wednesday, the 19th December. 1865,
all the right, title and interest, the sold Morris
Karirer has in ami li n .vttn n,M. nr . .r
on South Summer street, a short distance south
pi me resiuenre ot nr. v, K. Winston, and frdnt
Ing on Summer feet, and running baekJSlO
feet. Reference is mail a to said dr.l nfim..
and the sale is made free, from redemption. '
Sale at Courthouse, at IS o'eWk. u.. Decem
ber lPth. ;
A. B. BREOH. t. If. U IXlOVg. A. C. BIKCR.
BEECH, HANLOVE & 60.,
jiattixun. fi.ooii on. 4'i.otiis.
Damask and Lace Curtain Goods,
OIT. SHADES nml
MlIADi: LINO'S. Klc
No. 5.1 College Street,!
deel.Vtf NASHVIIXE, TENN.
Or-rtrs AssisTA-rr Qbbte8Mastim,)
Nashville. Tenn., Dees. 13. lS6r5;
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIO
Anetion. on Snlnnlnr. the IXltl Intt..
at 10 o'clock a. at the Cavalry Barracks iu
North Nashville, and at the trestle-work near
the corner of vine and Crawford streets.
Three Tlioiiiaml -3.000) CortU of Wriixl.
Terms Cash, in Government funds.
Br order of Briir. lien. Thiw. KirnRtw. Aaa't
Quartarmaster General, Chief Quartermaster
if. ot r. E. U. HIKK. .
deelt-td Bvt. Lieut. Col. and A. Q. M.
gIBLES ANDPRAYER BOOKS.
W. T. BERRY & CO.. Public Sqcaie.
Have just opened a ease of 1
ENGLISH BIBLES, in elegant binding
EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOKS, in Ivoryt
CHURCH SERVICES, in Ivory.
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS, in Ivrr.
BISHOP HKBER'S HYMNS. Illustrated.
TAYLOR'S HOLY LIVING AND DYING.
LYRA GERMANICA. Illustrated.
THE NEW TESTAMENT. Illustrated.
TUB NEW CHURCH, Illustrated.
W. T. B. i. Co. hare also a full assortment ef
CHILDREN'S ILLUSTRATED BOOKS.
TtHE BUILDING KNOWN AS THE DIS
PATCH Printing Office, corner Bank) and
rnnters- Alleys, ii is weiiaiiaptod tjnr a Prlatlnt
Office, a Furniture Factory, or other purposes.
Applr to Jno. Wallace, at this OSee, or to Dr.
J. B. Lindsley. A2 N. Cherry sireet.
NO. 82 (Hl'lU'H STIIEGT,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND A GOODiAS
sartment or .
PAINTS, OILS. 1 -
BRUSHES, ' i '
and WINDOW SHADES.
- as Ot a.
HUTCH IROX St FLEMING
Are prepared to do HOUSE. SIGN, ami BAN
NER PAINTING in all branches and in supe
rior (.tyle. Paint Shop Corner Bank ami lrint
i ii,.... .....ii r -. ,
v nti.jp, hwhi-ii j ' ! t
WE OFFER FOR SALE AT A LOW
the fallowing Buildings:
Tbo PURVEYOR'S OFFICES,
street. lU)x& and HMxlA.
The old GOVERNMENT BAKERY, em Sta
mer street. Mxi r
These build! hare Water att-l IttM Pipe
the BARRACKS, N.2 anl . on 3nmrv
tet. WlxSS; ami the J
WAREUOUSR, corner Union asd Vitvets..
Alply to STARTSMAN A WHIG I IT,
Cedar street, below N. f. Tr'eotle WurV.
T AM OPFERINO FOR SALE. AT(15
X each, my selected ami thoroughly repaired
Four Mule Army Wagons. eouiplet. wUli
double-tree, single-trees, stretcher, how rand
Am setting Army Wagon, without repairs
The above Wa runs can beonlered ami reeeirsd,
of Gen. N. B. Prret. Cemraissien Merchant.
Memphis, Tena., with freight ami wmraliafont
only added. '
Ireigfat to Memphis and points nbove.f 10.
S. H. STBVE.nS,
Denier in Wagons. Cnrt, etc., Snruee street,
near the rro-.ingof N. ami C. It. ft iajdi
villc. Tesn. drpV
ON THURSDA.Y.DKC.tiOtlr,'INST.. ATU
o'eiaek a. jdTon the premises, we will sell t
the higbeStMader a two slnry Doable Btitk
Dwelling, with five rooms, kitchen ami wfegil
heuse with each tenement, situated m CMLfr-
land slrew. immediately in rear of the
CHmberklml Presbyterian Chareh. Rev,
llalnl. Pastsr. This rortv alwavs emnB
g-iwxl tajaonts. who pay in advance. Terwsj
made MMwn at sale.
J. L. Jk R. W. BROWX. .
A. NKLriON Sc CO AirenM.
Tlntt Jt B is.VM. Aartiaaeer. alatli-lw
,'Iuimad lately after the above al, wa jriH
tie saWtantial BRICK DWIIDLlX4T.ys
gbutb Vine atreat. now occupied by J. Kill
nan. Hi. lite hiie ronlalM etgot, rooms,
kitchen, servants' r?. etc. ami b very deal
rably located. Tlie lot bunts 40 feat m Tiae.
and. run back 16'- or 1.0 laet. Terns made
known at sale.
PURCHASED THK. KJlTIBJi
Oniir Ij.tHl.li,Iiuieiif of W. T. Sott.
m i x. nb iA.nii Alt r.. iii.n
ba. 3 Pubiir .Squara. I will rontiane I her btraf'
Bens at ts old Maml. awl reieetin!lr milt
patronage-af toy frieaits ami lhe potilW geaa-
rally. I wriL keet mi the beaL.tmd- ppreat
artieles in my 1
rTtea. ami .will tejl at the lowest
Rr 8. POTT.-1.
St Public Square.
attvr iiaiene.. jewetrv. LiiidW -
reaaaaable priraa. Kren- article warrinted at
represented. KKPAIKI.NU di.ne well arid with
satMaathm. aa haretafcire.
Xo. Safr Xorth Ctie-rry HU
A STORK. ROOM ON OUITRCH JTKKET.
XTi.onrtletbe"Saey Hae." Ah aetlltntf.
tsanii tsr btutneas. Apply Ui
8 JPXRjMAJEnrE, HULL
IXaVAXD TRAraiORTATIO.V RISUS
Taken ni fiqnltable Rntrs.
r"Loees &irly adjastrd sad promptly paid",l
Office. Secend National Bank huikUag. College
Sreet. JOHN LUMSDHN. PresidsnL
W. J. THOMA ff, The PretiJea
JOSEPIt X ASH Secretary.
BAGGING I BAGGING !
TATS HATR A
Best Kentucky- Basrslnj?,
AX K4 OJSSTa.PER TARD.
Eope andJroa Ties,
al, fer aile, u caep u thev em ba hd. A dsdac
tbn from, the regntarprteaof lean Tb buJ to tbo
who -nl ltB 'AMHagnki,
, , a, O. ALLEN A CO.
BARGES ! BARGES !
-Saiurtlay.. saa Dcreruljor,
Unless dWaased af bafcrast PriMtatSsIa.
t wm sa
AT A BAROAIW.
O. P. DANrORTUJ. Ant
decltVlw CWner Fpsnt and Jegerwo
H. A. HtJMlTOTON,
No. 14 Pnblie Sanare,
aiEms ,, awd: boys
' . VAX1SES,:
A targe assart-Be; af ,
Fine Beaver Over-coats,
IT. A. HUNUNQT0N,
deeU-ly up 14 Vnblle Spunrc.
St. T.ouU, Blisourl,
Hatch,. Weaver, Felt Sc Co.,
AT IT JLGAIN.
M. 0. SULZBAORER,
WHoi.waiK asa i it an. DRatiK tx
Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
CUrum, Tobncco, Djre-atntT. Elc.
No. 13 North Market Street, bet.
Oiurch and Union,
NASIIVILLL - TENNKSSKE.
TN CALLING YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
X above card. I waatd respeetfuUy nstifjr you
that I have just received,, and have new on hand,
a complete steek at Kreh Family Sreceries.
iaas. Lktuacr. Cigars. Tobaasa. eta., etc.. and
all articles to be ttaad ia a well regulated store.
Having all farifitfes to preenra the best and
cheapcat goods In market. 1 offer to my friendi
and patronuueh iadaesients as will make it to
thefr advantage to eall and txasiiae my stork
and price be&re making their purehases else
where. Tbaakrul fer post patronage, 1 solicit a
eonUnnanctof the same.
decle-Sta 31. V. HPLZBACHKR.
UAS Al 8TKA.M KITTKKH,
.. 50 North Cherrj Street,
'Opfi-?lt OMtd BotfUng;' fahv4He, T.iiwiin.
jeSTlBUflHETJ IS 188.
Plunibera' And' Onanitera'
ai 7 c.c aiwa-yt orT tlaiiil.' -
rfllttlaC LEAP ' '
IK(l..At tKAB PIPE,
lferry itiatiiatlaii, etc., t4c.
CbandaMm, Bstekal), (Us, Flxtam, and tHUa,
,J Louisville, and Nashville
R AXXJS O A D.
QUI0K TIME TO
' ' nstifx.vATi.
'! ASP THK' KAH I.
Two,Oaily. TH roust h Trslna. nakloi;
Blret t'onnrrlion as Ialavllls fur
ihf V&it, VTet anU Xorth.
- . OtMlMSKOINH N0VWMB8R . JV.
TnlMwHI run aa feHswsi
Ko. 1. So. a.
Leave Kaabrilt 5tA if tU M
Arrive at BawRfKUreen. Saw A M
' (ia ra Oilr.
WEST ASD NORTH.
Xo. 1. Xo. 2.
Leave Laojieffial ttl I' .Vf
ArrlvelaiPaSaTfaw I' M
elBU'aqu'HatWJil I M 4i A M i4,r Y m
A rri vl (Hi les A JA BQ P Al Wrefl PM
" fH-ita. ) A. l 10 P 41 1:4 A M
VJX P JM
lid P M
IA M 19PM
WA M P .M
BrW P M
--jteamertfrf H.S. MM Lies leave Lout,
; 18. ifft. and 4 r. u.. aniviag m
tM la laKa earlr raarBlBg train
Panaatrer- ear ilaaaWeJ1
Laxrs JrankUl. Ky- at
saves tranklln. Kr.. at IiWi, u..
41563B . M.,arHVteg ia A'aanVRI. at 11 Hi a u
ttWWt. u,. arHVIac la
lieare. .-TasdTHia at J r.
J.. arrtre. at Uaila
tiaSip. v., aad at
Oeserat Srkitndat L. A X R, K
9100 to 92SO per Afonth.
WASTim. AbBNT KVJRYWilKKt
Mala and Female, to sell the tirnula
Impravnt i'onimou 4nae rantllr Hvi
In-g Machine. Pries asly tki. TbbMai kisa
wlH 4ijbht), fall. tack. Und, uui. braid, and
embraUer. Tbe rlotlv raaaet ba MHf Pri
even after every -wnd tWh t mt. Bvary mi
.raTLSoi LeaWTfRa. Kr
Li.m OOCKRILL SPBlKtl TRACT-WK
I Al lava a laws MKer sfbaautlfcl BuiMuig
fli BaWAW-. andfa lU Umadlat.
valtll.0bil Paraen darim h.ad
ALARiJK BJW& OK THE tOR
ner if Braad asd iftSi rWeet. ayiubl. for
a iJiordlag Hjmmb. Hfc v rem frontteg un
9s3H P M
M A M
3M P M
UAMXIKM., URIER U