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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 180U.
' iTHE CITY.
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' KATES OF ADVERTISING.
TIio proprietors of tl- morning paper of this
city, fer the purpose of establishing urdferalty in
we? rales 01 aaveranng. nave asr-pu open m
nTtatrln? table of eh areas, and OWfcetn thera-
olvos hereby to abide by the same, to lake effect
frem taw date:
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XlBllT. TheVo will be a inoetinK of the
friwa f IrinJi indepenilinee at the Masonic
Hall, to-night. Kfery frieml of the cause
i iuvitwl to be iir(iit. Gcnorat O'Sau,
(Jan. V. 11. Datk, and other cminei.t apeak
eixare ailverttwd to dolivcr addre!rt.
iNAtmuitATiox or the Mkihcai. Lkc-
TttKW INTIinUSIVBMITV ofXAMIVIIJ.il.
The ragular ouwtms of Leetures in tho
Mediail Dairtmwit of the Univewity of
Nashville, was npenod last night by Profeor
Iiow'U., in a diiwjour' ujion the life and
oharaetor of the late Dr. John- M. Waisox.
Tim aiiilltmce room of the First I'reMljyte
nun Ohureh vn well fillwl, and the address
wa a jtwt ailogj' upmi the deceael, and
worthy f Ita dirtinguialiwl author.
Ki.hotio.v v Jai Wiu The County Court
ytttrtltty doeidwl to hold no election for
Jullwr until the firwt inimday in January
( i 1IXTKY.
TlIM KllKJfKAI.Oi;lItMf. .M. 1'.
Th fkneral eernoni of Col
iHi Sfthbath, eiidueted by the Masonic
fnlWtrHUy, ver attondotl by a large con
otHin awwhled from thi and neiibering
oniMti. The respect mA to hi inomory
wn a dawvwl tribute t hi worth, and an
ovidwlec flf the high appreciation in which
hewtw liaht. H'w immediate family have
th sdneere aondolunco of numemiw friends,
awl the oflmmunity feol the lo of one of
it rtnWext member.
Ou Tjiiutbk. Mr. .1. L. Davis, lr
prilr hf the' late llMwdway Yaritiw, has
1wm1 tU QUI Theater, ami will open on
Wwlnwday night with aeveral now perform
em, in athlU'wn to his old omHany.
RIW Ut'tKP. WlhKINTWX. CA1M.K
hKNiiKAX, rrw4l fir the !artKMiy of a hog,
wwa mt tll to await his trial at the
IUXIKI. llKXRV, for HteHn a hat from
11. Oossrixit, was rwunded to il to await
the aatiw of the Grand Jury.
ItHKXAHO KUAKXY and CltKIf. IlOCK,
wldiern, arnd in Smoky ow, for Mealing
a lot of uoderelothe, xwe iUsetargel, no
proHtor appoaring against them.
CoMriJMissTAUV. The Graml I.odgc of
Ttiiisee 1. O. O. V. at its annual sewion
lnt week. re-leotd General T. T. Smiley
as llpnHtatl'e to the Grand Lodge of the
United State for two years. Uen. smilm
ha hold this position of honor ooHsecutive-
lv. for as altoroate) wnee 1852. His con
tlnnnHoe in that oapaelty is a doserveil con
pltment to a failhfHl meodwr of the Order,
and an ovidewee f the high appreciation in
- trhtBli he ki held, as well in the chiaf IhmIv
ril.. fruiri!v iii 1M own State, as in the
supreme ooooeil of the tmtioti.
I'tiXitRAt. ' lUxsoM Haiuus. KIder
ltANHOM llAHKisa colored preacher of this
Ally, whoe desith has boon anmmHwl by the
olty pBiwr, was Uaried yestenlay fwwu the
lrt ChriatViH Chrc. Hie memoes were
wmdneted hy KWer V. 11. Wiuktox ami
IU.vikl Watkjx (eoloreJ.) The funeral
itas lareolv altondeil kv tha oolore.1 people,
ril1U tWnifeetatiofl of resjt (taido him
proper- The uVeeasod was the Ammio-t
.1 f his raoe in thiscitv and seelioM. lie
koew aod obori!l ooosii4eotly the proprie
tltts, both lo the rotation of slave, in which
he was born ami reared, ami in that of freed
won, which the events of the pafew years
made hi lot. He was liighlyBtelligcfit,
ami ifsd awijalroienU rarely attained
by thoe in his position, lie ltore among all
oiowes the rejmlntiun of a Christian ; am!
exerted an influent. for good atnottg the
people of his color, which remlwx hi death
a low to the eemmunity.
RuoEivise Mosey Unubk Kalhk Pkh
TBN6IB. Fraxk Lboxamd was arrested
yesterday, ohaixed with reeeivlHg money
under false jMc4eoe. He waa carried be
fore KwjHlre Mathews, who boom! him
ore-r,in the sow of $500 for his appearance
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
We learn from Mr. Wyatt, Suerlntend
tqit of the Waterworks, that the repairs on
the reservoir will be completed this week.
The Broadway Varieties in
The Road to Kxoxvii.t.k. The follow-' ANOTHER' LARGE 'FIRE.
ing petition lias been signed by the large '
property holder of Nashville, requesting . -
the Common Council to extend some small Two Business Houses Destroyed.
aid to the company, in order that the survey
of the route may be undertaken in the
present favorable season. We understand
that all who were called upon at once
assented, and that the petition would have
been more numerously wgned had it been
To the Hon. Mayor and Aldermen, of the Gig
of XatkeiiU; We, the undersigned, citizens
and property holder of the city of Nash
ville, would respectfully stale that, in our
opinion, the contemplated railroad, con
necting Nashville and Knoxville, is a. most
important link in our railroad connec
tions, and that, in addition to giving m a
direct route East, through to Knoxville, it
will ensure the making of our connection
with Cincinnati, through Danville. It is
most important that the survey should Le
made without delay, and wc would, suggest
the propriety of the corporate authorities
making a subscription of ten thousand
dollars, in bonds of the corporation, for the
purpose of having the said survey made, to
be returned in the stock of said road:
Hillman IJro?. & Co.,
Jno. B. Johnson,
S. D. Morgan,
Robt. L. Carulhen1,
W. H. Gordon,
John M. Hill,
Jos. R. Craighead,
P. R. Cheatham,
A. A. Rreast & Co.,
R. C. McNairy,
Wm. S. Enkin,
Dan. P. Carter,
J. II. Callender,
David C. Love,
Jos. W- Allen,
Alex. J. Porter,
W. P. Cooper,
G. M. Fogg,
llobt. C. Foster,
W . J . JJcrry & Co.,
Robt. C. Foster 3d,
R. F. Woods.
II. G. Scovel,
R. W. Brown.
John M. Bass,
r. Alio way,
Tnrner S. Poster,
A CouxTiiYitAN ix Limbo. William
R. Rkxfiio was before the Recorder yester
day morning to answer a charge of drunk
ennexs. It appears the defendant is a farm
er, and lives about six miles above Galla
tin, on the Louisville road. On Saturday
last he brought a two-horse wagon load of
oats to Edgefield, and after disposing of it,
he drove his wagon into n stable yard, left
lis team standing, and came over to the city
to make a few purchases. William has
the appearance of a very orderly young
man, but lie occasionally gets on the outside
of too much tangle-foot whiskey, lie im
bibed freely Saturday afternoon, and to
wards night he wandered in the direction of
the Louisville depot, and laid down on the
railroad track for n quirt snooze. A police
man fortunately happened alongand picked
urn up, else he would certainly have
been run over by the cars and crushed to
death. He had no money to pay his fine,
and did not know who had charge of his
lores. Judge Fosthii fined him nine dol
lars, and sent a jraliceman with him to Edge
field to secure the amount.
Itix-oiiimii's CouitT. Judge Foster's
levee wai well attended yesterday morning.
The following cases were on the docket:
William Maktin, for being drunk on
the street, was fined SO.
Julius Luiiuixski so far forgot himself
as to violate the city ordinance against walk
ing the streets with prostitutes, and was
fined S14 as a gentle reminder.
Nelsox Quaui.es and Doo. Cowax, two
waiters at the City Hotel, engaged in a fight
in the dining room, for which they were
discharged by the proprietor, arrested by
the police, and fined $0 apiece by the Re
.Ikkxie Taylor and Julia Allibox,
street walkers, who have a habitation iu one
of the miserable dens on Criddle street, were
arrested for fighting. They were let oil' on
securing $7 fine each.
Mo i.i.i r, Wixstox, colored, arrested for
creating a disturbance on Sunday, was discharged.
J. T. Foster, for disorderly conduct in
purchasing a bird from an old negro man
and refusing to pay for it, was fined $2!).
Two newsboys Titos. Welch and Thos.
Kixo engaged in a fight, aud were dis
charged by the Judge in consideration of
their tender years.
AxiiREw Moore, drunk on Broad street,
arrested and fined SI).
Jamhs Ryax, hackman, for cruelly beat-
ng his horse, was required to deposit $54 in
the corporation fund.
IouiSA Cuoas, colored, arrestedfor being
drunk on the street, was"fincd $9.
Two gentlemen, who wish their names
suppressed, were arrested for fighting. One
of them was discharged, and the other fined
Daxiel Doxxeo.vx, white, and Milly
Drake, colored, charged with lewdness, had
their cases continued until this morning.
W. R. Rrxproe, arrested for being drunk
and asleep on the rrilroad track, was
mulcted in lie sum of $0.
Ellen Cooper, colored, charged with be
ing uriuiK ami disorderly in a nousc on
Church street, was discharged at the request
of the arresting officer.
Ixhumax. Tho habit of hackraon and
others iu cruelly leating the dumb brutes
under their control has become, intolerable,
and we are glad to see that the police have
taken the matter in hand, and are deter
mined to put a stop te it. Andrew Ryax,
luickhian, was presented before the Re
corder, yesterday on the charge of inhuman
ly boating one of his horses, and was fined to
the full extent of the law $54. This case
will probably prove a warning to others ac
customed to whipping their animals tin
Uik.-ki.vks Driving. Officers Ambrose
and Stuiuuvaxt arrested a negro drayman
yesterday for running over an old gentleman
named Moirrox, whose crippled condition
prevented him frem escaping. Draymen
and hack drivers might to be taught that
pedestrians have rights that must be re
The Lbojslaturr. There was not a quo
rum present ye4erlay in either house, and an
adjournment wns had until 10 o'clock this
morning. The probability is a quorum will
net be btained in both house before Wed-
Hesdav en Thuredav.
A CARD. J AM US ALKKR, Who was
burned out b the fire on Sunday night re
quests us te state to his friends that he can
be found at the store of Walker Broth
ers, No. 07 Broad street, and he hopes all
persons having claims against him, as well
as those who owe him, will give him a call
He will resume business as soon as he can
get his affairs straightened up.
The Nashville fc 'Northwestern Railroad
is so we have been informed, freighting
oetten through to New York at $1.75. per
Walking the Streets with a PuftSri
tute. Julius Ltjblixsky plead guilty, be
fore the Recorder, Yesterday, to. the above
charge, and was fined $14.
There is a local editor in one of the rural
Tillage of California, who seems to be in
eleven. He dishes up his local items in
very impressive manner. Hear him:
'All nhiht loac ia the sweat little village
It heard the soil note of the pittol,
And the delicato squeak of the victim.
At he's bun, shot throufh the ciliard."
loss $125,000; Insurance $70,200.
The alarm of fire about ten o'clock lott
Sunday night wa cauwd by the burning, of
the buildings on the corner of llroad and
Cherry streets, occupied on theground floor,
fronting Broad street, by Mr. R. Adler, a
clothing merchant, and James Walker,
dealer in groceries and provisions. The
upper part of the building was occupied by
the Broadway Varieties, Mr. J. L. Davis,
It is impossible to state positively the ori
gin of the fire. JOn the arrival of the en
gines the 6tores of Mr. B. Adler and James
Walker were enveloped in flames.
Several parties assert that an hour previ
ous to the alarm of lire, they were passing
along by'thebuildiugs and thought they de
tected the smell of something similar to
Mrs. Davis, wife of the proprietor of the
Varieties, states that the scent of burning
coal oil permeated the entire building an
hour before the fire was discovered, and that
at her suggestion Mr. Davis made the
rounds of the theatre, but failed to sec any
thing to excite his alarm. After his return,
feeling secure from danger, Mr. Davis and
his family retired for the night, but were
awakened by the howling of his trained
dogs, one of them jumping upon the bed and
pulling the clothes off, apparently with the
purpose of attracting their attention to the
danger that surrounded them. Jumping
out of bed, Mr. Davis opened his room door,
and a dense volume of smoke poured in,
almost suffocating him. Finding escape by
the stairway cut off, a bed was thrown on a
shed building, and the entire party escaped
by jumping out of tjje window, a distance of
about twenty feet. Mr. Davis' mother, a
very old lady, was badly injured by the
fall. So rapidly did the fire gain headway,
Mr. Davis and his family had no time to
save even their wearing apparel, and barely
escaped with their lives. It was soon evident
that the corner building was doomed .to
destruction, and the firemen turned their
attention to saving the adjoining houses.
The three story building adjoining the
corner, occupied on the first .and second
floors by Blood, Gregory & Co., produce
dealers, and on the third floor by Mr. A. C.
Luckcr as a residence, next took fire, and
notwithstanding the exertions of the fire de
partment, the entire upper story was burned
before it was got under control. Mr. Lucker
lost all of his household effects, and Blood,
Gregory & Co. are heavy losers from dam
age by water.
The frame building on Cherry street, ad
joining the Varieties, and occupied as a gro
cery, was burned to the ground.
The buildings on the west side of, Cherry
street were on fire several times, but were
nvcd by timely efforts of the fireman.
For a time the fire raged with terrible fu
ry, and the greatest consternation prevailed.
The wind was blowing hard, and it was
thought the entirn block would be destroyed.
The streets were lined with people, and it
is astonishing that no one was injured in the
confusion. The walls of the corner build
ing fell in the street as soon as the floors
The safe of Mr. Walker, in which his
aluablc papers, together with $1,100 of Mr.
Reed's money, were contained, passed through
the fire uninjured. It appears to have been
scarcely heated on tho inside. Everything
in it has beeii removed in perfect order.
The following is a
DETAIL OF LOSSES.
J. L. Davis, proprietor of the Broadway
Varieties, estimates his loss on fixtures of
theatre and saloon, at $4,500; cosh S7,S00;
clothing, jewelry, etc., $2,000. Total, $14,
300. We understand he was insured for
B. Adler, clothing merchant in the corner
building, gives in his loss on stock at be
tween $30,000 and $35,000. Insured with
Cary & Ross for $20,000.
James Walker, No. GO Broad street, lost
in stock of groceries, etc., $35,000. Insured
ith the Agency of Cary & Ross for $26,-
Blood, Gregory & Co., 53 Broad street,
estimate their damage at fully $10,000. In
sured in the JEtna, with the agency of Cary
Moulion & Reed, proprietors of the cor
ner building, lost $1,000. Insured for
Rebert B. Castlcmau owned the building
occupied by Blood & Gregory. His loss will
reaoh $5,000. We did not learn of any insurance.
Mr. A. C. Tucker, constable, occupied the
third story of Mr. Casllenian's building, and
lost nearly all his household effects, valued
at $1,000. No insurance.
D. J. Meyerhardt, clothier, No. 50 Broad
street, places his damage by water .at
!Mers. Winter & Co., grocers, who occu
pied the frame building on Cherry street
adjoining the Varieties, lost stock to the
amount of $1,000. Insured with tho agency
of Farnsworth & Clark for $500.
Elias Adler, who slept in B. Adlcr's store,
lost all his private effects clothing, etc.
Samuel Adler, lost a trunk full of wearing
Mr. Stadthadgcr, in the employ of B. Ad
ler, lost his entire wardrobe.
II. N. Pratt, had property in Mr. Walker's
establishment, valued at $300 or $100.
An old gentleman named Emery had four
mall boxes and contents in store with Mr.
Walker. Amount of loss not known.
Samuel Laugham, proprietor of building
No. 4S, west side of Cherry street, was dam
aged about $200. Fully insured.
Thomas Hodge, barber, 4S Cherry, sus
tained a small loss.
The following atlachecs of the Broadway
Varieties arc among the losers:
William Emerson, leader of the orches
tra, lost his wardrobe, instruments and mu
sic $350 to 400.
William C. Randall, ward robe," $800.
Johnny Cole, actor, lost his wardrobe, mu
sic, etc., valued at $200.
Signor Ximiucs, ballet master, lost prop
erty amounting to $150 to $400.
Miss Maud Stanley, vocalist, wardrobe and
Mr. Wcntworth, acrobat, wardrobe. S100.
Minnie Clare, danseue, lost wearing ap
parel vaiuea aiiuu.
Benjamin Brown, jic dancer, wardrobe.
ertv valued at $
stage-manacer. lost prop-
tfpilliam uueuanan, stage-carpenter, csti
mates his loss at $300.
Prof. Bernstein, musician, lost instruments
1 . MAA
LoMOrNE & WILLAMSON,
Offiee He, 11 North Cherry lUnearChureh.
P. 0. BOX 373. JTASUVILLi;.
TLAX5, Sl'HClFICATIOXS AND BSTI-
i pruni'ii) cxrcuiru. a ranety
Drawinrs for Uettaxes. Villas. Hot Houses, Oi
dens, raraa. eu, io suit an localities and tastes
Jobs Kukmix. VT. T. Ueskt,
Uio. S. K.IMUKT. A. J. Dcjicax.
K. II. Thommos, Kobkkt Tuorsox.
Maj.M. B. Lewis.
Clothisg, II. Jt J. Mm, 41 South Markit
street, have just received their nctv stock cf Gen.
tlemcn and Tooth's Clothins anil Furnishihc
Goods, which they offer at the very lowest prices.
Call and examine their stock.
Til aurso.N has recently fitted up in elegant style
a Restaurant over his Bankers' Saloon, where the
most delicious bi-ralve, and all tho opecurian
luxuries of the se.-ion aro served up in tho best
manner. Pale Brandy, softened by age; Robert
son county, iu every drop of whieh you can taste
the oldcu time, and a choice selection of other
liquid delicacies will still, perhaps, form the at
tractive feature of the Banker's: bat the culinary
department will certainly become a favorite with
A party of eentlcmcn, a few days ago, wero
practically testing the good qualities of these
liquid's and viands, when one of them, in compli
ment to mine host, offered this sentiment: "Neat
ness and Business," which was appropriate and
well-timed. Lobd PaIUeesto.v declares that the
only cood omelette ho has ever had in this coun
try was prepared by Thompson's French cook.
We recommend the Banker's in a most especial
manner to our friends, and hope it will receive
the patronage it deserves.
S 'ECIAI. -XOTICE,
Corporation Tnx Payers
That have-not paid their taxes, will find their
claims in tho hands of an officer for collection, if
not paid by the
TK.VTII OF THIS MONTH.
If you want to SAVK COST. COMK AND
PAY YOUJt TAXES.
No further notice will bo given.
A. V. RUTLAND.
nov4-lw Revcnuo Collector.
A Cnnl to tlie McrcIinntM, Shippers, nud
Traveling' Community Generally.
Having been aided by my friends, I have par
chased the controlling interest of the splendid
side wheel StcanicrDavid White, (800 tons bur
den,) to bo run as a regular packet in the Nash
ville and New Orleans trade.
Sho is rated by the Board of Underwriters as a
first class steamer, upon which insurance can be
obtained at tho lowest possiblo rates.
She has recently been hauled out on the ways at
Puducah, thoroughly overhauled and repaired.
Her hull is perfectly sound, tight, strong and well
built, and her machinery is in splendid working
order and good condition. She has a beautiful
cabin, fine'j' furnished, with all tho necessary con
veniences for the comfort of passengers.
I have selected tho most skilfull and experi
enced men for officers, whose habits of sobriety
will recommend them favorably to tho traveling
Tho White presents superior inducements to
passengers and shippers, as she is not only good
and Cue, but one of the fastest boats on tho West
My best endeavors shall bo made at all times to
render general satisfaction to the patrons of the
oct 22-lm II. B. Siuw, Master.
To Consumptive. Tho Advertiser. having
been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very
eimplo remedy, after having suffered several years
with a sevcro lung affection, and that dread dis
ease. Consumption is anxious to make known to
his fellow'SufTtirers the moans of care.
To all whodesiro it, he will send a copy of the
proscription used, (free of charge), with the direc
tions for preparing and using tho same, which they
will find a sum: Cobk vob Coxsumptiox. Asthma,
BnoxcniTis, Ac. Tho only object of the adver
tiser in sending the Prescription, is to benefit tho
afflicted, aud spread Information which he con
ceives to bo invaluable; and hopes every sufferer
will try this remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may provo a blessing.
Parties wishing tho prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg. Kings county. New York.
FRKXCII, GKIiVAX, KXOLIS1I AND AMKEICAX, FIXL
MAK11LK SATIN AND DKCORATIVK PAPERS.
FRENCH, CI.QTII AND rArKR, WITH FIXTURES, HUSO
BY GOOD WORKMEN.
SEW SUPPLIES CONSTANTLY RECEIVED. HEAD
QUARTERS FOR THE SOUTHERN STATES.
JNO. W. HILL & CO.,
(Successors to Merritt & Hill.)
17 Churcli St., I. O. Ilox 1,000.
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
Private DIkciihch. and
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
S- PATIEXTS TREATKD AT THEIIt
HOMES. CUKES CJUAKXTEEI). -t
All letters should be directed to Hit. JIcGI I.T-
Box "111 Nashville, Tcnn.
Office over John York's Book Store, Union
street, between College- and Cherry streets.
JAMES C. MALONE,
ATTORNEY AT j&.flir,
Office 27 West side Public Square, rorner of
Collcco and Dcaderiek streets UP-STAIRS.
Post Office Box 183.
P. P. PECK,
.11 college st xasiiville, texx.,
HOME IXSIJKAXCE COMPAXY,
OF new tore.
Capital and Assets $3,590,922
PIHEXIX IXSUKAXCE COMPANY,
up niUTman. A
Capital and Assets $100,000,000
HOME IXSUKAXCE COMPANY,
OP Stff NEW HAVEN.
Capital and Assests $1,225,000
WASHIXGTOX IXSUKAXCE COMPANY
OP NEW TOSK.
Capital and Assets $875,000
arrxA urc insurance company.
Cash Assets- $4,500,000
URAVEIXU'S ACCIDENT INSURANCE
C O 31 P A N Y,
Capital and Assets $725,000
'-FICE llPTHK USIOX AND AMERICAN. 1
. Tuesdat. November 0. js. J
MosnrlRrWjCold opened )n New Yoflcyci
day!atl4S?;'as 11SK aUflLSO, 147? at&i3&,
andliSJat2p.ji. Dealers here were paying 140
and hold atl!7&
Government Securities' arc a follows:
" 2d Registered-.. .
" 3d Registered
" 3d Coupons
' 1 and 3d
Wc hear of no change in uncurrcjit money, and
hut little is.doiog
Bank of Tennessee is bought at 4012a. and is
sold in small lots at 45c. Lane lots conld not he
bought for les3 than 47. .
Planters' Bank is bouglit at SOc, and is sold st
82S3c. . ...
Union Bank notes arc bought at TCo, and are
held at 80c
Southern Bank notes generally are dull and
rates aro lower.
Wines!! From tho Longworth Vineyards
and Wine House, Cincinnati.
W. P. !c F. P. Anderson,
Golden Weuillnsr, Sparkling: Cntnwun,
Dry Cntmvbn. Isabel in, etc. These Wines
aro furnished at much lower rates than imported
goods, and for purity and boquet aro excelled by
none cither native or foreign.
Archer Ciieatuaii .t Co.
Kline i Sheruan.
R. B. Cheatiuu k Co.
tt,i iroiTTTO n Trill? AVn 1A
RINK RISKS, and Losses promptly adjusted
at this effiec. Also applications fer Life and
Aeciuenfc iuim mwswv, . -
....... pnrrvntn UIMIT.V IIKSTDKXCK.
lulu orw.tv --.- ... ; .j .
1 NO. 17 South Summer street, will bfrtnted t a
barcain lor me oaianceoi iuciuu, nui p....
lwof next year. For partkniar. raqulreai
urits. T. KODES,
TJROrOSES TO RENT. OR LEASE, IIER
laiaateu in jour niun wi r. . . . .
r",iT,T. iTfMIKnV Vuhville.
B'I'1 It Al. A- .. v-.f ...
Nashville Grocery and Produce Market
Flour. We auote: Extra suDcrfina ntSIO (1
11 : superfine S10 5011 00. extra S12 50lH:
family Sulo. and fancy $15 00&16 00.
Wheat. Wo ouoto : S2 20ft2 2 for red. S3a
210 for Mediterranean 2 202 30 for amber and
goiuen cuait; ts: sxgS40 for white.
Sugar. No 2ew Orleans sugar in market: Cu
ba 14J415c; Porto Rico 15W1Ck Demarara, 17
18c: C. extra. 16lSc; C. yelIowl6K17; A. coffee
1314ai9 standard hards 1913 20c.
CbFFEE.-ommon to good 272SJ4; good to fair
2S5423c; fair to prime, 2330c; strictly choico
Bacon. Very little in tho market, and denmnd
Ll?l!t-v'. auote: sides 2222J-.ic; hams, plain,
2?4B25c; nhoulders. 1819c
Lard Tierce 17lSc- keg 212i
Candles Star.lightweight,2122c : summer.
So 50 for sixes; $7 60 lor sevens; parafino 40I5c
Salt. 7 bushel barrels SI 50: 5 bushel bar
rels S3 25.
Yarns. There is an activo demand for cotton
yarns. Prices have an upward tendency. We
quote 24c for seven hundred; 2Gofor six lmn.lJ,
'J& fol llto liunjro.1.
RaCs. Good country cotton rage are in demand
at C7c. per lb.
Drugs and Dtestuffs. Aloes ? lb. 75c Alum,
Sc. Assal'oclida GJtv"". Borax, do. Brimstone,
roll. Sc. Camphor, Si 50. Castor Oil V Kal S4 50
(S.5 00. Cream Tartar. V lb. 7ft'JUe. Flor Sul
phur. 11(41 2e. ipecac. $8 (J. Gum Arabic, SI 00
fcj)l 50. Jalap. SU&l 50. Ex. Logwood. 21c. Mag
nesia, 75$1. Madder. 22&25c. Oil Peppermint,
S7 5f8 50. Opium, $11 00i12 50. tiuicksilver,
?12531 50. Rhubarb. S700. SaI Soda, 1012Jic
Saltpetre, 202.c Sugar Lead. 75.
Feathers Live cccse. V lb, G5&70.
Fish Mackerel No. 1. .22g23; do. No. 2, 2122;
do.No.3,l'J20; half bbls. 1011; Kits $3.
Grain. Corn in storo 35$1 20; Oats, clean GO.
Ginseng Ginseng 1 lb 90c
Glass-Window, 8x10 box $7 25; 10x12 9 box
$7 75; 10x14 9 box & 25.
Nashville Cotton Market.
The cotton market yesterday was very active
and sales heavy, closing firm at 3233c.
Thero is a very good feeling among buyers and
Tho following aro the transactions reported
during the day :
Received ..... 322
Sales. ... 333
fNoTE. For tho information of nroduccrs of
cotton, wc would state that the above quotations
arc subject to a deduction of three cents per pound
wnen tlie purenascr pays tno tax.
New York Cotton Market.
New Yore. Nov. 5. Cotton auiet this evcninir.
and firm at 37 for middling upland ; for middling
Liverpool Cotton Market.
Liverpool. Nov. 5. The cotton market closed
dull, the sales being 10,000 bales,15idformiddling
' ' IBy Telegraph.' ? ,
Louisville. Nov. 5. Sales of30hhdsl
with an advance on lugs 2550; good leaf SI 00.
Superfine flour $0 67(i10 00. Wheat; new red
$2 85. Corn mixed in bulk S3c. Oats ArHS in
bulk. Mess pork $32; clear sides 1th shoulders
1C. Lard in tierce 15c Whisky raw $2 31. Hogs
nominal at Sc.
Cincinnati. Nov. 5. Flouris nuict and prices
25 cents lower to-day. Superfine S10 5011 50;
trado brands 312 5014 50, and fancy 50.
Wheat held firmly, but thoro was not much de
mand: No. 1 red &2'.0. Corn opened at 'JO. and
closed flat under the nows. Oats dull 43c for No.
and 50o for No. 1. Ryo steady at 1 351 37
for No. 1, and 1 40 for extra. Barley in demand
at 1 70 for prime fall: Whisky firm. 43 in bond.
and 2 43 free. Mess pork in moderate demand.
at 3l 6031 05 for old. $27 5028 for new. Bulk
meats at 23 for shoulders. Bacon in moderate
demand. 151 for shoulders; and 16 for clear
sides. Lard dull and unchanged at 13 lor new
keg. Hogs dull at $3S3 50 gross, no sales of im
portance. Cotton firmer and very little offering.
London Money Market.
London. Nov. 5. Consols 89K for inoncv.
United States 5-20s 6S Illinois Central u'A;
St- Louis Market.
St. Louis. Nor. 5. Flour continnes hcavv
and unsettled, with a declining tendency. Wheat
in largo supply, and declined 5c Corn dull and
lower: new V0S2: old. yellow and white. 1 B2w
SI 05; primo whito and mixed $1 00. Oats lower;
prime uuu isuicngo faiyil. ruvisiuiis inactive.
Mess pork S32 50. Bacon, shoulders 10J; clear
sides 18J418. Whisky steady at $2 33.
ions were: x u 121K: Kno 83j:
Hi: u v uu; .u ovoyui iv oa; ir
Toledo 120J: R 1 1105& Cumberland
Exchaneo dull: hills CO davs on
New York Money Market.
New Yore. Nov. 5. The Post's money article
says the loan market is more activo at 5 per cent,
on call, and5M7on first class commercial paper.
Stock market dull but firm. Government securi
ties aro in lairucmand, and tno nigncst quotations
of Saturday are fairly sustained. After tho Board
l7?j . I oreira
I,onilon quoted at rjiglvft; commercial paper
109; for bankers at short sight 11036.
New York Market.
New York. Nov. 5. Flour market 'moderately
actively, and prices are without decided change.
Wo quote: S10 5001150 for extra State; $13 25
(315 for trado brandf. Whisky quiet, in bond at
41c Wheat very dull and J5c better with moro
doing; wo quote Cnicago at i&x&iii and Mil
waukee at 2 47; new Amber Stato225. Ryo firm.
Barley heavy at 1 15651 18 for sound State: barley
malt quiet at 1 40. Corn irregular and 5 cents
higecr at $1 25 forinfertoij SI 31 for shipping
mixed western afloat and in store: closing at SI 25
l 2t5 for yellow western: $1 231 25 for new
whito southern. Oats steady, at OS 72c for Chica
go and Mil. Petroleum firm; 22Vo for crude, and
3So for refined, in bond. Pork lower: $28 25
30 25 for new mess. Beef steady at previous
prices, llcef nams heavy at 40w44c. Jiacon in
active. Cut meats dull at 14liJ4 for shoulders.
and 1WS1S tor bams, uresscd nogs uuu al ii;4
U'A- Lard firm at 13ss15!4.
JOHN r. WHELESS,
X)f Woods, Ycatman ,t Co., Nashville.
YEATMAN & WHELESS,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
General Commission Merchants,
71 CARONDELET STREET. 71
Consignments solicited. Refers especially to J
A. McAHster A Co.. Woods. Ycatman A Co.. and
Merchants generally of Nashville.
BUY YOUR "IVOOD WHILE
IT IS CHEAP.
ELIVEItED ANYWnERE IN THE CITY
limits at tho following rates:;
From one to ten cords, per cord, SC 00
Ten cords and over " 5 0
Sold at yard " 5 OO
Yard at R.R. Trestle, on North Summer street.
Orders may be left at Cms. Martin A Co.'s
Cherry street., or at this office jyll tf
JNO. C. BURCH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
C2K CHERRY STREET.
H. B. PLUMMER & CO.,
C. L. FULLER & CO.,
Chnrch Street, Nailirlllc, Tenmnee,
DEALERS IX ALL EIKD3 OP
WE ARE STILL SELLING THE BEST
T T amuy t loar ar. io oo. v e hare received
the nicest, sweetest lot of country Hams and
Sides ever seen. We have Sugar Cared Hams,
Reef and Tonrnes, and many other good things.
Cheap for Cash! It will pay to come and see us.
H. B. PLUMMKit rai..
oet27 2w Masonic Temple.
TV" r . c "Y.K."
Is prepared to exeente PU0T0URAPH3 of every
acscripuou. cpjcw aurauqn pala IO copying
Having hecorae associated with the honso
of II. A. Hu2rrrxGTON, respectfally solicta
the patronage of his friend ' "
Ah EIcKiuit Stock of Fall and
IVintcr Clothing antl Gent's
HUXTIXGTOX'S, 11 Public .Square.
Fine Drab Melton Suits.
HUXTIXGTOX'S, 11 Public Square.
lVew Styles IVobby Street Coats,
11 Public Square
Elegant Brown Melton Busi
Scotch and English Casimcre
HUXTIXGTOX'S, 14 Public Square.
Boys' School Suits.
Oxford Mixed Business Suits.
HUNTINGTON'S, II Public Square.
Elegant Plain Business Suits.
Castor Beaver Overcoats.
HUNTINGTON'S, H Public Square.
Children's Cape Overcoats,
A Fine Assortment of Sole
HUXTIXGTOX'S, 14 Public Square.
Youths' Business Suits.
14 Public Square.
Silk Mixed Cnssiincrc Business
HUXTIXGTOX'S, 14 Pnblic Square.
J. A. J.
o. 11 South Side Pulie Square,
Our Stock of Good is now Complete,
and comprises everything- in the
Soxitlictvst Corner of
Churcli and College Streets,
FO Ji WARDING
AND DEALERS IN
P. R O I U C E,
Flour, Bacon, Ijurrt,
iItIKI FRUIT, Etc, Etc.
Orders filled with Care at the Low out
OUR LARGE WAREHOUSE enables us to
offer superior inducements to Planters and others
Shipping their Cotton nnd other Produeo to ns.
on which we will make
Hell, Store, or Ship, on the most
" Parties favoring us with their business may
depend on it receiving .prompt and careful
attention. A. A. SPENCER fc CO
Southeast corner of Cliureh and College its.
JAS. T. PACE.
W. D. LATEXDEE.
. of Tennessee.
Pace, Lavender & Harper.
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
General Commission Merchants.
No. 30 Union Street,
NEW ORLEAXS,- LA.
Seme Soaps burn your fingers.
Some year eletbing. and
All melt nke dew before a Joly Sun.
WOX'T DO EITHER!
aylT. SAVON DE TBRRE
Dark Brown Family Soap
On the contrary it is
Pleasant to the bandw.
Harmless to your clothing, and
M Stand Like a Stoneirnll."
This articl is nude from a natural product, and
is in every way superior to the ordinary Family
Soap. Besides its superior cleansing oaalUies,
it softens goodj and brightens colors without In
jury to either. One pound equal to oae and a half
of ordinary Soap. A saving of fifty per eent. Send
for Cireolara. bold by the trade generally.
Principal Office. 32 Veamr street New V ork.
M. B. STAFFORD, President.
UK to nor 23
TintEE-FOURTIIS OF A
IP $230 WILL BUY A POLICY OF
810,000 IX A MUTUAL COMPANY, '
IT WILL BUY OXEOF$U,G10 SS
IX' THIS A DIKFEREXCE OF
ALMOST FIFTY PER CEXT.
THE GREAT : SHOW." r
rjHE TRAVELER'S INSURANCE COMPANY
X of Hartford.ssuMLifa PolieieJ for the wholo
period of Life. Also. Ten Year Non-Forfeit.
able Policies. And as a new feature in the
system, they is'ue Policies covering, not only
death, but bodily injuries tho assured receiving
weekly compensaiton. while totally disabled frem
attending to his usual avocations. This obviates
the necessity of procuring separate Travelers or
Parties seeking either Life or Accident Insur
ance or both, would do well to call on
At tho Office of the State Insurance Company.
Second National Bank Building. Collegcstrcet.
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
OFFICE IN THE BUILDING' OF. TUB BANK
OF THE UNION.
Capital Alt Paid In.
'PHIS COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN ISM
JL insures Buildings, Vessels in Port. Merchan
dise, Household Furniture, and other property on
(he most liberal terms.
FIRE, MARINE. AND INLAND RISKS TAK
EN AT LOWEST RATKS.
LoHseM Liberally Adlnwted nud Prompt!)
Paid by tliiM Company.
R. C. MoNAIRY. JAMRS WOODS.
JNO. KIRKMAN. M. BURNS.
C. E. HILLMAN. JNO. H. EWIN.
W. II. KVANS. ROBT THOMPSON,
HUUH M'CREA. JAS.P.KIKKMAN,
a. N. MACUY.
R. C. McNAIRY. Prcs't.
E. D. Hicks. Stc'j . jy26.
JE T M A
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Asset., Ausuh, IMaS3f500,000
And Polieien Issued, 12,931
Nashville Agency: 31 College.
W. D. TA LISOTT, P. P. PECK,
General Agent. ReHldeut Atrent,
N. It. This Comnanv has uniformly made 2C
Ler cent larger Annual Dividends than any other
ifo Insurance Company represented in this Stale.
Enterprise Insurance Company,
R. M. BISHOP, of R. M. Bishop A Co.
THKO. COOK. President Chamber of Commerce.
JOSEPH O. BUTLER. IWt of Lafayette Bank.
HUOIl .MclUKNI-il . or .ueisirney X Co.
L. R. HULL, of Addy. Hull A Co.
A. S. WINSLOW, of Winslow A Smith.
BRIGS SWIFT, of Bries Swift A Co.
CHARLES RULE, of C. Rule A Co.
C. M. BUCHANAN, of Buchanan A Co.
ADOLPH WOOD, of Adolnh Wood & Co.
JAMES S. WISE. Nasbvillo Packet Company.
ii.A. llAluufc. Mayor 01 Cincinnati,
THUS. SHEKLOCK, 1'rcNidciif.
WM. n. CASSILLY, Vlco 1'rexlilcnt.
This Comnanv is now prepared to transact a
general Fire and Marino Insurance business
tnrougnoul mo&taio oi Aemiewce.
R. C. McX'AIRY, Apent.
Policies issued on first-class Briek Dwellings for
five years, at a material reduction on yearly rates.
Marine and F i r
Under the new charter, k new open for bu.
AT NO. 31 NORTH C0DLEGE, JrritU
Next doer to tsraer of Union street
JOSEPH W. ALI.i:X, PreMldrul.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary.
John M. Hill, Watson M. Cooke.
C. A. R. Thompson, D. Weaver,
Daniel F. Carter, John B, Jehasen,
Samuel Vanleer, John W . Terras.
R. B. Cheatham. A. !. Adams,'
Josepn W. Allen.
Chartered Capital. 8500,000.
This s a JIm Coraa-any, ehartefed by the Legis
lature ef Teasee, anil Is nanr
prepared to take Risks en as savwr e term as
any Hastern Company.
OFFICE, S3 CHERRY STREET,
a. SI. LENOIR. President.
S. L. TRIPPE. Secretary.
CAPITAL AND ASSETTS $l,2,tX)e
POLICIES covering risk arainrt fire, asd also
by River and Kail Road bused as anut farvr
able terms, at thU acey by
P. P. PHOK
OFFICE: NO. QOJmVA'
SNEOP THE BEST DRUG STANDS IN
the city. Stock well selected. Address. lth
novl 3t Ueseral Delircry
L 1 m 1
Gifeiis and Trainee
SOME OF THE FEATURES OF THE
GREAT SEXTUPLE COMUrNA.TI01V
la so) acting and arranging their great attraatMa for this colowal uMMha, ft has
been the aim of the .Management to present fer the palrenaiFe of tire puUivan eeter
tain merit that shall combine all the elements ef novelty, superiority atl xell.ee.
aad with a lavish expenditure of time and money, tttay have ussjasiuHt aaal pctfteted
tb Great Sextuple CembiBatioB, combining uador
ONE IMMENSE PAVIILION,
AXD FOR ONE PRICE OF ADMISSIOX,
SIX DISTINCT SHOWS.
SPALDING A ROGgR-S
Great North Anarima Otm.
URIZXLY ADAM'S TROUPK OF
Or Sncred Bnll.
IIHIIOUIX ARAR TROUPE.
TiciiXED iionsr.s A" poxias
Witness the following list comprisisg only a portfaa ef the rMfiarwm saamliu the
GREAT CONGRESS OF ARTISTS,
Connected with this Modern Bxhibition 9-f the XinctswnUi Cetawy.
mr. wm. mint.
WM.'LA RUH. '
Tb W(d-RntMvl MtWtosH!
MR. OKOKRK MADDKN.
The FufMeM Ctwn (h It), trailed
MA3TSR OKO. HOLLAND.
THK H0LL.VXD FAMILY.
The WtMHler fUl Ar(ai A yyaeaatr.
THE DARING AND FKARDBSS
MR. GEO. BACHELDOR,
Vauller and Lenper of the Ace.
? And the only Man in the Wseid wfc la able
to turn a eoiaiIe4e
Double Soininenuiiilt Over llm
Baekx or Elglit Hiirm.
The Brothers Levitan,
Daring: nud FcarleN Evolution on the
Double Trapeze aud HorrlzoiisalBar.
JOHNNY KINO. WM. MORGAN.
FRANK DONALDSON, HARRY BLOOD.
WM. BURKS. J0HX aoMmg,
0 US. PBMME. J NO. H0LLAXB.(V.
JNO. HOLLAND. Jr. (JK0. HOLLAND,
LA PETITE ANGELO
Only t Yotirs olA.trc,
IN HIS GRKAT ACT XXTTTLBD
Or tho Eying Trapeze.
AMOXd THE MANY FEATURES
Suigcp's World Kcnowiicd Metropolitan
Drawn hy a Splendid Team or
' IN TILR'BRAUTIPOL AND ELABORATELY DBCORATBDl
CAB OF SOLUS;
TO WHICH WILL BK FOLLO WTO TC Tlf
Acting Bcavs, Sacred Bull
PERFORMING BUFFALOES, Eto.
v. A TROUPK OF HltDOUIvV AHABS,
Arrayed In Um wiM tataci aarBMAta tt tMe Mraal
rate, andai. or ?or f KirMs awl LaJWs goRr aI
parr4d ad t4dHlly wanlad. aamplata IMs
Grand Free Exhibition
. AT NASHVILLE,
On ErIdajSatnrday. Montlay and TiieHday,.or. Otli, loth,
12th nnd i:ht rsn.
IV -. V V ...
CIIILDRrSf UNDKIt 10 YBAM Oi AQhU.
Perfcfrmanco to Commenco at 2 and 8 O'clock, Tj.
LOCATION CORNER OF aUSIJIRR AND UyiONSTItEETife ..