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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1868.
tend. Tu NASHVILLE. TEM. SU.NUAT. XOTEBIIEg S. 1SC8. For Snlo Old paper?, suitable Tor wrapping, at Uie Union and Ajieeicak office. will, of his two -' K.ctt Advcrllsemen . The Fenians of Nashville will give a ing grand ball, at Concordia Hall oh Wednes as day evening next, at which nothing will in be omitted to make the gueBta comfortable 'bough physically feeble, ho was always m happy. industrious, zealous and faithful ; pos- C. J. Z'utsichel offers a great bareaic eessed of natural mechanical skill, ho was its .in a house and lot oa South Union street I devoted to his calling, though, for several 1 ' This property is eligibly located, and pre. sents unusual inducements to purchasers. Crunk, Dodson & Co. have one of their eplecdid auction sales on Tuesday morning. The annual introductory lecture to the medical clas3 of the University of Nash, ville will be delivered by Prof. J. H. Cal ender on Monday night, at 7 o'clock. The public are respectfully invited to al Hart & Htnsley have', another consign ment of buckwheat flour, which they will ell low. See bankrupt pale by Alex. A. Hall, as ugnee. rril. iITl..i .. m - .. . iUB duiij Tyrone goc3 down tne river - The Nashville Base Ball Club will cive a ball at the Courthouse on the evening of ! whlch We take from the Payetteville ,rnnnl;(an : i,'ie,oc and to circulate Councilmen are the sole anJ ultimate gunday School meeting oc iSabbith even Tnu1,inii.st .i... troPohlanm tiBCPe anu ,0. .T h,,,!-. of all oualiOcations. election and h. Bat now. in place of a dozen or two Tuesday, 10th inst. Go to No. S North College street.and sell a new or eecond hand eight to twenty horse power to an anxious purchaser. There is no place in the city where win dow-glas.', paints, oil, varnishes and paint ei'a material of every description can be houglit to "better advantage than at W. D. KlincV, wholesale and retail Druggist, Ma sonic building, Church street. Divlno Services. 'ihe Rev. R. F. Bunting, D. D., wil preach to-day in the First Prenbyterian Church at 11 A. m. and C;30 r. m. The Rev. It. A. Young, D. D., ill preach to-day, in the McKendree Church, at the usual hour?, morning and evening. The Rev. L. P. TechifTely will officiate at the usual hours, morning and evening, at St. Anne's Church, Edgefield. The Jlty. Thomas H. Pearne, D. D , of Jvnoxville, Tenn., will preach in the Union M. II Church, corner of Summer ctrcet and Capitol Avenue at 10J o'clock, A. si., this Sabbath morning. The Rev. J. M. Sharpe will preach at 11 o'clock A. sr., and at 7 o'clock, r. m , to-day at the First Cumberland Presbyte rian Church. Sei vices at the Cathedral at the usual hour this morning and evening, Bishop Fcchan officiating. The Rev. Mr. McNeely will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church, Edge field this morning and evening. See the Mechanical Donkey at the Aca demv of Music Hie Legislature, Both branches of the Legislature will convene on Monday. The members are beginning to arrive, and it is thought that probably a quorum will be present to morrow. JlBiiry County Official. ScyiaoBr'a vote .- flrant " - Aracll " ajaek " "rjsira 'eyic4ir'a majority three votes. J. M. ...1010 ...1007 2279 4.w ... 3 i). tlflirlnl Election lit.r. The following election returns wi te. ceived at the Secretary of State'd Office yesterday : Benton county Grant 175, Seymour 31, If.iao R. Hawkine," Candidate for Con gress in the 7th Congressional district, 1S8; Foote received C votes. Dyer county Seymour 340, Grant 118, Hawkins 129, Foote 335. Obion county Seymour received 139 vote?. Grant SI, Ilar.kins SG, Foote 13G. Fayette county Seymour G72, Grant S21, Lefiwich 073, Smith 21, David Nunn 79S votes. Sequatchie county Seymour 11, Grant 39, Stokes 39. Meigs county Seymour 87, Grant 327, Garrett Go, Stokes 323. " While county Seymour 37 Grant 1G5 Ganctt -10, Stakes 153. Knox county Seymour G03, Grant 3064. Ior Oongretf, eecond district, Maynard 2943, Ilouk G12. Macon county Seymour 59, Grant 453, !arrelt f.!, Stokes 450. There were 27 votes polled in this county for Seymour and two for Grant at the fourth civil district, luit lhe clerks of the same did not take the oath prescribed by the fianchiee law, Coffee county Seymour 415, Grant 154. For Congress, Sheafe 400, Tillman 15G. Tipton county Seymour 1733, Grant 200. For Congress, I.eltwich 10G2, Nunn 791, Smith 113. Cannon county Seymour 177, Grant 311. For Congres?, Sheafe, 171, Tillman 313. Madison county Seymour 267, Grant 2S9. "For Congres', Leftwich 269, Nunn 248, Smith 39. AlilngilontVa.) Sultworhs. These works a few days since were let to the highest bidder for a term of five years, and knocked off to the IfolMon Salt and Plaster Company, at an annual rent in gold of $31,200, the lessees to construct three fiirr.act-3 and pav the. taxes estimated by some aa equivalent to $45,000 in currency. Tarties in this city own an interest in these works. No ONE should fail to try those fine, freal; nvsters. sold bv J. H. O'Connell & Co., St. Cloud building, by thejpint.quatt or gallon of eolid meats. nov-n Actulriiiy I Slinte. On Monday night we arc promised rare attractions at the Academy of Music in the person of Hsrry Robinson, the mimir, who performs on fifteen different instrument, and who will favor the audience with nine fongsof his own composition. Mies Augueta Lameraux, Meis Minnie Gray and M'lle Elliee will also appear as usual in new ballads and dance.-. The bill is a very at tractive one. A UuII Uceli. The week just closed was the dullest in real ctato transfer, that has transpired in years. It is a matter of fsct that while every other department of business is in a flagnant condition, that the pale of laud follows as a matter of consequence. Let us hope then, that with the email sales of real estate, that money i3 getting easy, and people generally in a condition to pay their wav out. The fanning community in par ticular have been bleseed with abundant crop, and will no doubt be abletohueband a very considerable quantity of green backs. rnvr fnn.pt tn examine our second utirchaee of furs, which we sell cheaper than any house in the city. CnAs. Richiieimeb & to-, uol.lf 40 College street. rrounte Court. Tn this court yesterday, Judge W. A mn. nresidiuir. Emma Grizzard was qualified as administratrix of the estate of James IT. Grizzard, deceased, in a bond of 510 000. with J. N- Ward, T. J. t-ew.s ana T. J. JJoughas security. FjontO) Alpaca at 22c a HA& Chcslcy P. Bjnnm. I The many acquaintances and friends of I Chcelev P. Bynum. of Columbia. Tenn.. I her with us, regret to learn that he died I above title, published m this city by John consumption on last Thursday night at Frizzell & Co. It contains 04 pages of residence in that city, aged about fifty- I original and selected .matter, of. the high- years. I est Mr. Bynum wa3 connected with the print- decree of merit, creditable to Southern offices of Columbia and this city, either literature, and acceptable throughout the editor or compositor, from an early day country. The following 13 the table of the history cf Tennesseo rolitics : and I vmi vcara nast. he had turned his attention to TT. other matters. He wa3 a quiet, unassuming I Christian citizen. Peace to his memory J til Dentil of XV. 8. Joucm, Esq. We regrdt to hear of the death of W. S. Jones, Eq., late Assistant Postmaster at this place. Ho died at Louisville on Tues day last. Mr. Jone3 was an amiable and trustworthy gentleman, and was highly esteemed in this community. . . i In the Union and American of Thurs-1 . , "T day last, we made mention of the d-alh of John T. Gordon, a worthy citizen oi i.in- 1n vnniv ol-itInr si tliR same time that I Ui.u vU.., . o Le hM a licy of nfe inBuraCce in the Widow and Orphan Fund Life Insurance n ni,:. Vmm fnllnwintr 1 Observer, oi lasi wees, u win ue Cu f ,.o .1PnP9RPd acknowledires iuc muwi. .w o the receipt of $2500, the amount to which she was entitled by the policy : Below is a practical illustration oi me t r . r I ' r. : laa fa1!.u. I citizen, Mr. John T. Gordon, took out a policy in the month of Augujt last, and as evidence of his wisdom and of its benefite, we take pleasureiiu. presenting the follow- ing: i AYETTEVILLi:, PiOV. O, iOUO. To E. D. Farnsworth, Esq., President of Widow and Orphan Fund Life Insurance Company: Dear Sir : The promptnes3 with which your Company, through its agent, Mr. Wm.Chidscy, has paid me the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars, being the amount secured to me by policy on the life of my husband, John T. Gordon, cjIIs for my most grateful acknowldgeraent, aud I do assure you that I do moit fully appreciate tho blessings of life insurance when 1 gather around me my family of nine children, eight of whom are girls, who have by the providence of God been deprived of a loving and indulgent father, and myself of an affectionate husband. Trusting that your Company may con tinue in its present prosperous career, aud Brain rntumine- niv sincere thanks for your prompt attention at this my time of neeil, I remain your oereaveu jneuu, Loui3A Gordon. Southern I'ndflc TcICRrnnh Olucc. This office, 39 College street, remains open Sundays from 9 to 10 o'clock in lhe morninir. and from 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening- Harrv Robinson, the great mimic, at the Academy of Music 1'ersouHl- Wc had the pleasure of a visit last even ing from Mai. J. G. Horsley, of that ex cellent paper, the Columbia Herald. Judge A. M. Hughes, of Columbia, held court at Franklin yesteruay, in cases wherein Judge Hill was incompetent, by reason of having been employed a an at torney. Rev. Dr. Stuait Robinson has withdrawn from the conduct of the Free Chnttian Commonwealth, Louisville. He is suc ceeded by Rev. J. V. Logan, formerly of Harrodtburg, Ky. t Fine MnrUct. The maiket Yesterday morning was enp plied abundantly with everything neco 's for the comforts of tue inner man, and it ia very gtldom that a finer display of .. . n ... ,". I 1 1 provisions is seen, r.very mall was nucu to ovetflowinp, aud still there were many that were compelled to exhibit their mr ketable stuff from wagons on the outride. The butchers made a hand-wine show in tho way of fresh meati. the beef in particu lar being very fine, while the fish market was well supplied with "live and kicking sample. There were also rabbits and squirrels in abundance, lots of dressed chickens, a few turkie, some quarters of genuine country shoats, with a good variety of Yegelab'.tw, Hnd a considerable qimnity of fruit. Go to Simmonda & Thompson', Wood land street, Edgefield, for Staple Dry Good and Notions. nov 7-lw Ilne Unit. Tho University and Arlington Base Ball Clubs plajed ibe final match game for thp championship of the county yeiletdy morning at the Fair Grounds, the scoring of the three games leing a? follow: First game, University 1G; Arlington 33. Second game, University 2S ; Ailing ton 21. Third game, University 32; Arling ton 30. The University now holds the cham pionship for Davidson county. Another match game yesterday resulted aa follow?: Southern 43 ; Clipper 14. Kadlrnl IlDbbcr. On Tneidsv night lat a number of rob beries were committed iu the 'vicinity of Union City, Tennessee, the victim for the most part being colored people who bad that day voted the Democratic ticket. A man named Huntley, t notorious white Radical, is one of the suspected robbers, and has been arrested and held for trial on the charge. It is said that his accomplices were of the same political stripe 33 him self. .Tiwr Opened. Simmonds & Thomp son's Drygoods Store, Woodland street, Edgefield. nov -iw I. O. O. l 'Irabuu lAitr So. 1. All members in good standing arj re quested to attend a regular meeting to morrow night, (Monday, 9th mit.) m bust r.e of importance and interest to every member will be transtcteJ. Members of eister lodges nnd transient brothers, are in vited to be present. By order of the U. G. Richard Griffin, See'y. Lauikb linen handkerchiefs at 25e, at 8 Sirkle, 17 Union elreet. nov t ti. .iulllrt. Thomas Muling was arraigned befure Justice ltcien yesterday on a charge of ieMiirv in swearing falsely in an attach .,-,or,t raap Ho honorably acnuitted by the consent of the other partie. L.vcly Appenrnn The Louisville and Nashville depot pre sented a lively appearance yesterday There were nxty car loads of freigh Miinnfd North, coas'uting of cotton and "-ii other articles Iteiialrril. The treble work on the Memphis, Clarksville and Louisville railroad, which gave way at Clarksville a few weeks since has been rebuilt, ana irains ui iu.i larly as heretofore. True Hill. The grand juiy found a true bill o larceny agiinat Isaac Craveus and Henry Young, colored, yesterday, and they were committed to jail on a capias iromiiie Criminal Court. lTnrrr Hnbinson performs on fifteen ferentmueical instruments at the Ac d if- Tlio SXasoulc Record. We LaTe received the Initial num- nf a moBtblv journal of the interest to the craft, and displaying a nts : Are We Prozreasmg Assistant Grand Secretary Comp. Townsend A. Thomas Demoralization of Society and Cure Deeds of Brotherhood Ma- sonic Procession General Grand Chapter S. Grand Encampment U. 8. Grand Commandery of Tennessee Grand Coun- B. and S. M. Masons of Tenn. Grand Chapter E. A. Maaona of Tennessee Grand Council High Priesthood of Ten nesseeGrand Lodgo of England His torv of Masonic Imilation-Leaf by Leaf the Rosea Fall Masonic Ambition Ma . ... -1 r I sonry, IU Stability Masonic .Law I Masonic Solicitude Masonic loleration- M. W. Grand Lodge of Tennessee-Penn- . , , . tilm. I fj!u..,i. - -- jonhia. Rite of the Mystic Mason TidinRa from the Craft The Bible The Beaut;e3 0f Bible Language The Masonic J t ,i ti, TTn;o.oiiir nf T"reema"!Onrv. iiCUOlu xuo , Th , ra3az;ne hdevotcd to the interesU of Frcemasonry and general literature. It . . .? .i u... :. in , m. throughout tbo C0llntry.- It receives a urn- h.. ..!.. ..i.:..mni -lii!n 1 neo numucr ui auvciuacunuir, uuu, tlic8e are not permUtcd to encroach on the reading matter, advertisers will be able to nrpHpnt their business to the moat pubstan AVe congratulate the mystic JBrottier eraluiaie mo myaiii; juiuiuoi- .1 m- .: r , nnrindiral the publication o fa periodical U . itva nhililv. snail noil'- hood on which, by nnlr rnmmcnd itself to the membership, " r " . .. ..... I I.ni r. n .1 whn wish tor all eievaieu mi I eraturc. I iKnna! Cheap. CiiEAr. -Another - - - . . , . , i large consignment jusi receiveu i. i 35 Public Souare. Beautiful sets for children only $4: sets for ladies sr. Cll and see them. nt4 tf. TcnneBsco Slortlcnlturnl Society The monthly meeting of thia body was held yesterday evening at the Masonic nail. The principal feature of the meet' ing was the floral display made by P, L. Nichol, E-q , a superb collection of rare and attractive greenhouse shrubs and other plant, which deserved a much greater at tendance of spectators than it received. P. Clement exhibited a collection" of curi ous and valuable French turnips, raised from new seed, at Cheatham's nursery on the Harding pike, and J. W. Hamilton's celery was never equalled in this section of country. The Report of the Committee on Fruits at the Autumn Exhibition was re. ceived and the premiums confirmed. A committee was appointed to take steps preparatory to the delivery of a series of public lectures on Horticulture and kin dred subjects during the winter months. The otlur business was not of general in terest. Harry Robinson, introduce! his me chanical donkey Monday night at the Aca demy of Music Middle Tennessee Synod. The Cumberland Presbyterian Synod of Middle Tennessee, began its session at Lebanon on Friday, the 6th inst. Rev AV. D. Chadick, D. D., of the McMinnville Presbytery, wa3 elected Moderator, aud Rev. J. M. nalsell, of the Nashville Pres bytery, was elected CletV. Fifty-five members were present. redernl Court. Ramsey rs. Evans and others, fioMe pros. Crawford vs. same, nolle prof. Kirkpalrick s. Doocl'on set for next Thursday. United State3 ti. Hawkins ft als, judg ment of S238 97. United States it. W. A Foulkes, judg ment of 242 70. United States w. Bray ct ali, nolle pros. Maxwell, Jr, is. the Loimville, Mem his and Clarksville railroad, continued until next term. Nashville ahead of New York on Furs. Go to W. A. Dwyer's, No. l'ubiic Square, and buy them at your own price. nov8 2t foiutntssloner's Court Thomas Hodge, apsault and battery and attempting to shoot, fined $10 and costs. A. O. Lime, running a wagon without licenee, fined So and coaU. Richard Wadkiiis and Da-h Robinson, trespassing in depot, discharged. Mell Zichary, v.igrancy and being sus picious character, continued. Isaac Burlawn, drunk and lying on street, discharged. Divid Thompson, trespiwngin depot. Ttrprivrn SI 0 000 worth of drygoods ninnket. Shrwls and Cloaks from a bank rupt sale, which will be sold very low at UnAS. KICHHEIMEK o; u., nol.tf 40 College street. 'I tic Counterfeiting: Case. T. H. Nixon and B. F. Jourdan were up again before Justice Mathews on a charge of attempting to pafs a hundred dollar counterfeit bill on D. Doud, Conductor on the Nashville and Decatur railroad. Nixon wa3 discharged, but tho case of Jourdon was continued until next Friday. Nixon proved a good character by many reliable witnesses. Ilecnnturi'd. A negro named Andrew Kelly was ar rested yesterday by Constable Riins and lodetd in iiil. Some two or three months since he was arrested on a charge of assaul and battery, and fined a small amount by Justice Mathews, but before he had secured the fine, and while he wai not being close ly watched, he made good lm escape trom lhe office. He will remain in Jill unti the fine is paid. Searly Completed, The railroad bridge over Duck river at Columbia, m rapidly approaching comple tion. Buy your Boots, Shoes and Hats, at Simmnnds & Thompson's, Woodland Hlreet, Edgefield. nov 7-lr. I.pmlni'NS. Thomas Simm, coloreJ, and Emm Petway, colored, were arraigned befire the tVunmissiuner yesterday, on a charge of living in lewdness with each other. They were released upon the payment of tho coati. Ijiifpiiy. Isaac Cravens, colored, was up before Cominireioner'.Davis yesterday, on a charge of larceny in steiling some coffee and table furniture, valued at S2 50. His case was continued until to-day. llaitcrUiiy. William Nash, colored, was hound over to the County Comt yesterday by 'Squire Wilkinson, on a charge of basterday, pre ferred by Martha Sumner, colored. 'Masonic Kccnnt" Subscribers. The city subscribers to the "Masonic Recoid" will find it at the book store of Paul.Tavel & Hanner.on Union street. To I'rlnlcrx. We have one or two good .job presses for sale, which can be had at at a bargain, by application at the ofiico of the Union A)d Amekican. .LrACAS Poplin, Mtricos at great reduced prices at S- Sickles, 17 Uniol street. - m M- THE Xlf JUSCITOH CASE. Decree of the Chancery Court. An Appeal to tlio Supreme Court. Defendants nutl Coaiilntunnt to Give Boutl. State of Tennessee tt. the relation of H. H. Thornburg el als vs. A. E. Alden el als. This cause came oa to be heara this day of November 1868, before His Hon. J. O. Sliackleford Chancellor. The. xntrmlalnnnu liavinf nreviously 1 minted the bill at Chambers and out of in term time for an Injunction, but the unan- , . . , i celor in view of th8 importance 01 me um ordered a notice to be given to the defen- jock, and alt the wisdom ot tne past to corn dents, and that the case be brought up in plete our intellectual l ireaaures and make ' .... il. I nmi.l WUc nnl i hacinir lippn PlVeU. the 1 uuum m- mw,.-- .. . - - o- - i i complainants appeared in open court and having filed the bill moved for an mjunc- "i ,i, m,i llnwi the de- " ' . ... llieT icuuttuio time i.u 4Ma. rf declined doing and filed a demurrer, and . .1 . I,. I l.n. tVia I ituereUpOU lue court prucccucy. u ncai i . mnnt nf nanie unon the bill of " ' nn1 ,,' o defen. tuuiiuaui - - i dants. The court is 01 opinion auu ,Wroa tint the demurrer so far a3 it relates to that part of the bill which seeks to attack the validity of ths election of defendants is well taken and is hereby sustained. The Court being of opinion that the two houses of Aldermen and , ' . lhpr.fote returns of their members, and therefore, I ithat this Court cannot inquire into the I .legality of their election, and that this branch of the bill muat be dismissed. But the Court ia further of the opinion that the act of February 18, 1858, Tequir- . ,. ,. , certain properly qualifications for the MatmtamACmaeilmmtWaoi ' . ' l I- l.i i. ..i r r..i, o icfin. n.,l,,l lr Hip. nrl of March '13. 18UU. ;fePe. . , but is etui iu iorce, anu mai oy virtue oi .. ., , its provisions moso omcera bqouiu oe jub -. nr rP,i o.4t te in lhe citr. and hnosmuch as the charge in the bill, that ....... detenilants "Uo not own any real estate, ia admitted by the de- murrer, the Court muU take it to be up the wealth of an empire. 80 the united true and under the provisions of the Sunday School effort will carry inlelli ' .... . .... . . ... pence and virtue to millions living mil act aforesaid, they are not entitled to hold B"te n. ism. u,l.f their offices. The court being further of opinion that tho relators under section 3411 of the Code had the right to file the ...... , ., 1 iv ij bill ; it is furthermore ordered, adjudged and decreed by the Court, that the de- murrer so far as it relates to that part of the bill which seeks to declare the offices , , . f ,, of said defendants vacant for want of he property qualifications required, be dis- allowed and overruled. And tho Court h further of opinion, that ,11.. (la though it has the power to declare the offices of said defendants vacant for want of the qualifications aforesaid and to enjoin them, being mere usurpers from receiving ' , .. , . ,. , ,. the perquisites and discharging the duties of their offices, yet it has no power to place anv one of the complainants in offices vacated. It is therefore ordered, adjudged and de vised by the Court, thatupon complainant executing a bond in the sum of five thou sand dollars ($5000) conditioned for the successful prosecution of the suit, and pay ment of C03ts and damages to the defend auts in the event of failure so to do, an in- junction will issue to restrain the defend- tl.i A1 AIuhak nml I ha 1 &ljn(Mn a anis, Aiuen, -i, W. C. Kinney. John McUavock, P. r. CoyleandH D. Grant, aj Aldermen, and thedeftudauts W. J. Murphy, W. Wright, N. G. Thayer, R. S. Gainci, J. H. Sumner, Henry Jolly, Wiley Duke, B. W. Kelley, Wm. Bonner. Suuire Fain. Win, Ling, Win. Gray, Kindal Brown and J. W. Johnson as Councilmen, being the parties charged in the bill to have no real estate, from receiving the emoluments aud per quisites of their respective offices until the coming of their answers. From which de cree the said defendants pray an appeal to the next term of the Supreme Court, to be held at Nashville, on the first Monday in December, 18GS, which appeal the Chan cellor is ple.ne.1 to allow, upn defendants executing a bond for cota and damages conditioned, aud luvable as tho law di- recti", and defendants are allowed to week from this date to give the bonds. Lighted to lift!. We see bv the Lebmou Herald, that MMn. IValmdv and Snarlin? snoke a couple of pieceito the colored fraternity in , that place on the night before the elec tion. At the conclusion of their speeches they were escorted to their hotel by about twenty or thirty Democratic boys, with lighted candle. The proseliting of the two worthier didn't amount to much in old Wilson, as she give Seymour 894 to Grant's 835. For Congress her vote was, for Motley, S76 ; for Mercer, 479, and for Pros-er, 361. Shot in lie tec. In Columbia, last Tuesday night, the houoe of Geo. Spindle, a colored Demo, crat, was entered by Bill Beard, a notori- ous thief, (and twice sent to the Peniteo- liaiy, and each time turned out by Brown? low.) George heard him enter, and shot him in the leg as he tried to make his es- cape. Spindle was tried and acquitted. TnE bast Etniuess cloth for 75c a yard at S. Sickles, 17 Union street, nov 5-tf. Tlie .lloiUctil Ileiiartment of Hie I'ul verHlty of Xnsliville. We learn from the November number of the Nashville Journal of Medicine and Sur gery that the pession of the Medical Col hga opens auspiciomly for a full class the matriculation list at the termination of the preliminary course exceeding that of last year. The rfgnlsr course, as will bsseen from our advertising columns, commences to. morrow. Tha introductory lecture is to be delivered by Prof. Callender at the spacious Lecture Hall of the .Medical CjI lege at 7J o'clock in the evening. To this exercise the general public are invited. B. S. S. Superintendents nml OOlcers. At their annual raieting laBt Sunday evening, lhe Sunday School Society of Mc Kendree Church, elected II. E. Jones, Secretary, and L F. Davis, Treasurer for the ensuing Conference year. The following were elected Superintend ents for the McKendree Sunday School for the same term : Thompson Anderson Senior Supetin tendent. Frank E. Williams Junior Superin tendent. . , II. E. Jones Anis(ant Superintendent. The other officers of the school will be elected this morning at 9 o'clock The echool m in a nourishing condition. New Xnilivllle Thenter. Another fine audience last night, and the sensational drama of the Hidden Hsnd produced in a manner highly satisfactory As Capitola, Miss Germon is perfectly a home, and Mr. Johnson is a eecond edition of Ira Warfiehl, old Hurricance. The mmmm were all well up in their parts ml lhe niece was enthusiastically re ceived. On Monday night, the talented tragic netrs. Miss Charlotte Crampton appears in her great character of Medea, and we bespeak lor ner a warm itr. C. F. Walters, formerly stage manager has become one the of le?ees. He is a good business man behind the scents, and to gether with Mr. Bowles, the management will be unexceptionable. B SDAT SCHOOLS. f Monthly 9f cetinfr or the C. P. Snniluy School Address by Dr. Balrd Iui portance or Sunday Schools Prac tical Remarks to Teachers. On last Sunday evening at 3 o'clock, this Echool had the usual monthly meet ing, and were addressed by the Rev. Dr. Baird, Pastor of the Church. The Doctor was successful, as usual, in nchaining the attention of his auditors, especially the children, to whom his re marks were mainly diretted. Starting out WliLl UiQ IUM IUAIi -. u.Mnw M( .. I'f- .. -c -n i. ....t.nui : iv,.. Ufa hlstorv of U3 all. he developed it a plain, simp e manner, so uu inn nnderaioau and urasueu nis mean- hudred men tQ mgke 0QC aich, one hundred to make a single neriecl our uieuiai uuiycio, bu nc, houuu " J.s.8l... mpn n nil womeu, aaiuiiiaic iuusu utuuuu the same standard. In short, that the erand aim of the Sabbath School was v - i-i- i. : ' . the conversion of our cunaren inis was its end, and any one wuo tn i ower wise did not properly comprehend the T?11n-:nr ltSa nancn nlan. lift mfida runuw6 r V . one of the most instructive and entertain- ing addresses it has ever been our gooa lor- (imp to near, w one. we ieei iusuro, uiu forgct the tiutlu he so lorctoiy conveyea, ,ii manr a t nr. dimmed eye snowed that the speaker had touched the chord of sacred memontj, when cununoou neaueu at iU mother's knee. We are most happy to see that the Sab th fihnnl cause is attracting the atten tion It deserves and demandi. Two years ago it was almost impossible to get up a children and as many teachers, the separate cmi'jren ami as c.i.i-fi, KLnn!r Churches are filled each Sabbath evening with audiences made tip, not only oi tne mpmhpra nf tli eeveral schools, but Un nf viHiinrH from all parts of the oitv. At these meetings instructive addresses are made, and the children unite in o!ninn itioti- wwrct Slhhlth School " ...... - - -- wb03C mnjie known in child- ho& -u ne!r forgot, and ne'er fails to .... ..' ,l u nil me boui wnu mm iwiw. .; thouehts. Develop tho Sabbath School . . . - ,i 0r!i. luiereai iu luubuiv, b t;0Q wjh h0 virtuous and good in propor- itnn UV nnnh the little insect beneath our foot, yet its united armies have de- nnnnlnlpii nties ana destroyed nations. populated cities and destroyed nations. Tlio to ah n Kincrlp nillr worm !q nothin? : but the UDited product of its kind make3 1 iinna vpi 1 1 it nut 11. 1 iiu iillic uj v ui day la the embryo hero or villian of to- morrow; the little girl of the present, is the pure woman or the depraved being of the future. Christianize them in the bah- "g and their life history will bo a 8acceM Fail to o so, and their life will be uncertain, perchance a failure, to flicker like a dying taper into nothingncp. Hence, we would urgo those who labor ;nXstbbath School cause, to faint-not weary not. The benevolence which prompts you to action, will continually en- large itself in your own hearts, and ac- comnlish results incomparable for tho souls unP whorm it act3( an5 for the future of the church. Oh, noble array of teachers, we hail yon a3 instruments of untold bene- fits to your fellow-men. God will bles-i you. Your scholars will revere and honor J B . g t anJ chnrch.will owe you an everlasting debt of gratitude. Your acts will live and grow green with age. lour acts win live uu iu men iwum through all, and be therein an eternal harmony, "to gather strength from genera tion to generation, and sweetness from age to age." Clly Hospital. The Health Officer and Sergeant of the Sanitary Police who were out ye3terday nanaMinf, anil lnnlrinr. flftpr lhe health of u3 he fo,Iowi de3;raUe I J 7 ...,,. CQncernin;? the saniUry condition and judicious management of the St. Vinccni's Hospital, one of our moet imivortant charitable institutions, the suc cess of which has depended largely upon the vigilence of Dr. W. Brigs, Surgeon in charge, and Dr. Nickol. the uhysician iu and the William chirgf. with an tK- corjis of consulting pur geoa and physician. Dr. J. B. Milch ell, Health Officer, furnishes the following list of diseases now under treat ment, viz: consumption 6, intimation of the uterm 3, opthalini 4, diarrhea 4, ne crosis 2, intermittent fever S, dysentery 5, pneumonia 2, scrofula 5, ypliH'n 3; making 42 cases, all of which are of a very serious character, requiring rloi attention, es pecially the terrible die.ue of scrofula, which the physician in charge tells iu ij with U3 in nnr official duties and social enjoy 1 - . I M.ni. an,i liia limfnrm rnurtesv. his manly seldom arreted from the system, and ei- rorl.llv nf a rnlnrml t.ilicit Students necMliy oi a coioreu p.iiieui. ouiuejm from the Medical College are not allowed .. . . . . to examine or prescribe lor patienH or 10 -. i. u . n.nrn, y13u uuiro-. .Liuuif...! - The hoipital h divided into various de partments for white and colored, and male and female patients. Departments, together with the yards and arias ofih? building are kept with strict re-tnl to cleanliness, while the spirit of the past administration has been marked with impartial treatment and eeneroaity toward all who have been f overtaken bv uovertv and the rav3ee3 o' disease, and have been taken thither for re lief. Patients are promptly treated, and if cureu.promptly uisctiargeu irom mecnamy of the city. Patients here ate not proscribed in their preference for medical aid, if the aid be from a reliable and creditable source. Nor are surgical operations per- formed without the conent of the patient or friends. Mrs. Toney, the estimable matron, has performed the arduous duties devolving upon her with great credit and satisfaction. Criminal Court, The following order wa-t made by Judge Smith yesterday : It is ordered by the court that the bail caies be taken up on Monday, and that if the witnesses are not in attend ance forfeiture will be taken against them onsubpenaj. The docket will be called regularly. The first ca?e on the docket is State ra. Smith McKinney, charged with murder. State rs. W. M. Robertson, embezzle ment aud false pretence, recognized to ap pear from day to day, in a sum of 51000. A nolle prosequi wa3 entered in the fol lowing cases : Ellen Roper, colored ; larceny. Harrison Williams, rape. Rica Mooten, perjury. Mary Buckner, larceny. O. Collins, perjury. Lucinda Thomaa, larceny. The grand jury was discharged. LOST, A PAIR OF FINE OOLI) SPECTACLES Mt'St? bo amply rewarded by leavinffthem with A. J smitu. ironbiore. Xo.Hi uroaa siren.. nnvC dlw 4r 2 5 FOK A FObL LOAD OF Well Screened Goal, DKUVLEED AT ANV POINT IS THE CITY - Flfcm EI OIT CHARGE. STEAM COAL g pcr BllSliel t the Yftl'd. Leave orders at 14 Maxwell House, North Cherry ttreet or t the Yard, foot cf Broad POPLAH MOUNTAIN COAL CO. nov5 tf- OURAUHHTS. The following gentlemen are authorized and requested td act as Agcnt3 for the Union and American, and to receive and receipt for subscriptions and advertisements for the same: ,EASX TEXNES3EE. B. vG. Manard, Bristol. ' S. N. Fain, Mossy Creek. C. Austin,, Austin's Mills. W'ill.jMp'Campbell, Knoxville. , ' Patten & Pfyne, .Chattanooga.' II. LiggetiKingaton. Jame.1 B. Reed, Athens.. Hugh L. Fry, Sweetwater. Capt. W. D. Haynes, Blountville. Marsh Ingel, Union Depot. Col. Dungan, Jonesboro. Col. Wm. Stringfield, Rogersville. MIDDLE TENNESSEE. John W..Faxon, Clarksville M. V. B. Ingram, Springfield. - R. F. Ferguson, Peacber'a Mill. W. R Saddler, Fort's Station. J. B. Wright, Gallatin. J. H. Brockett, Lafayette. A. A. Swope, Carthage. Dr. S. C. Bridgwater, Dixon'd Springs. W. G. Cox, Gainsboro. - P. Turney and J. A-P.ancher, Sparta T. Whaley, Smithville. R. Ivirkpatrick, Butler's Landing. A. O. H. P. Sehorn, Murfreeaboro. W. II. McFerrin, Woodbury. Howard W. Newman, Winchester. H, L. Walling, McMinnville. O. n. P Harris, Livingston. E. F. Hunt, Tullahoma, D. P. Rathbone, Manchester. E. G. Curlle, Bradyvjlle. Wm. Barton, Readyville. John. Laws, Farmington. A. A. Steele, Lewisburg. McCord and Orrilvie. Unionville. G. P. Baskelte, and M. B. Moorman & Bro., Shclbyville. Geo. W. Morgan, Fayettevillc Dr. J. B. Mathews, Edgefield. Simpson oVCleland, Brentwood. T. J. Watson, S. B. Rozell. Franklin, J. B. Stephenson, Spring Hill. Binks & Drake, ThompsouN Station, D. Shelton. Columbia. M. L. Stocbard, and J. S.Griffith, Mt. Pleasant. A. II. nigdon, Lyonville. Wm. Harris, Cornersville. W. J. Ridgeway, Elkton. J. R. Oiborne, Pulaski. F. G. Tignor, E. W. Holt, Bunker Kill. H. Denton, Cookeville. Matthews & Davenport, Lawrencehurg, Maj. Brashear, Linden. W. L. Morris, Waynesboro. A. G. McDougal, Savannah. Col. L. McCullum, Ccnterville. W. W. Hobbs.Waverly. Thoi. C. Morris, Charlotte. G. B. Ilugh&j, Clifton. John Larkins, Johnsonville. A. J. Shemwcll, Dover. J. M. Vester, Ashland City. E. W. Yates, Mulberry, B. H. Barry & Co., Lynchburg. Tho3. Comer, MoMinnvillc. Dr. A. M. nail, Petersburg. W. It. Loving, Kichmond. WEST TENNESSEE. 1 1 1. M. Johnson, Cageville. W. A. Steele, Camden. Wm. Laudrum, Dresden. Louis M. Williams, Newbern. D. P. Shoffner, Union City. Cab. Shull, Purdy. A. S. Currey, Trenton. W. I. Westbrook, Brownsville. Maj. John H. Bills, Bolivar. N.Y. Cavitt, Paris, Scales & Seward, Humboldt. J. F. Davis, Hickman, Ky. John L. Webb, Dyersburg. W. C. Vail, Chestnut Bluff, dpt. W. Wheeler, Ripley. W. J. Pitts, Double Bridges. .Tnhn T. rjnnplass. Covington. Dr. D. H. Thoma3 & Co., LmcGel.l and Mason's Grove. Maj. J.G.H. Bradford, Woodvillc, JIAKIHED S Io Hicktna!:, Ky., on the 4th inst. at the resi dence of tho bride's mother, by Iter. Hi, Schncide. Ms. R. Q Oiebet and M133 Adhs Parser. Tn Giles county, on the 5th of October, by the Rev. E. II. Holland. Me. Willmu Jobs sos. of Cavo City. Ky.. to Miss Nasmi U Srivi cr. of Giles. On Wednesday, November 4ih. at ths resi dence of the brido'a father. Me. II C. Alf.x- ltuthtrford. anil MiS3 K. L. Ellis, of Williiaison. Tribute of ttespccl. i . n,ADi;nf. nf ttm nTAipnt Anil foMiier em blnyes of tho Postofilee Department of Na?h vilUrXenn., held Nov. G. lfc&$, the foUowins preamble and resolutioas wcra unammoaily a'u1,fn'n. Tt lm. nlnnwd Almlchtv God. in hil wuo and in3erutable providence, to call liom ouriDiust onr niBiuy caiccmoa wu uimu loved Assistant Postmaster, llcnry L. Jones : heen so lonsr connected anJ c'hristianliko deportment, ho has called fortlitUe love anu aumiraiionoiau lauso wiiu . h , ..... n,ed: and whereas, wo deem it right and proper that weshouldeinross our l'eclincs of reuret at the irreat lofs wo have Igmtaincd and condolence with his bereaved pa rents nndlanily; thercfoui be it p.eaolvcd. Ihatwedeeply Dn3n)A -rhnf ivftflppnlv rerret his death, in 1, n inof n warm friend which was the prido and ornamont of our social circle, a bright exemplar anu a win"' "'"k, .... , Resolved further. That in his death hia friends mourn tho taking away of a gentleman of re finement and culture, honored lor bis exalted worth and many noblo traits ; and all admirers of public and private virtue, are berett of tho v.:.h r.mn!Anfrninnr ncr'jnjl unnentnciJ nnd official integrity, who has. teen stricken down in the prime of a hfo whicn. was lull 01 onl iiti.fiiInKS9. nnd that it is but an other solemn warnine of the oft repeated max :M ti.. in tha mirUt nf liffl voArfl in deatu. lUi, MA, ... V w - . Resolved fuithcr. That w sincerely condole V.; a nOlltnl nnrPTit nnrl familr in thoir If- ttlVU UU awivtvw '" r .1 reparable loss, and that the chairman of the committee appointed to dratt tneio resoiauoni, furnish a copy of tho samo to his family, and one or more 10 me pupiio iniuu ui ..nn r,TTVT. IltlT T. aVT ISLAND r Tranjuortation P.isfcs tai.ee at cq.mable ratos. Otdea Booonil Hational Bank Bultdln. Collego street. JSSeS" losses fairly adjusted and promptly paid. OFFICERS,: JOHN LUM9DEN", President. 11. S. FRKNCII.Vico President. JOSKl'H NASll, Secretary. aiuZ7-tf liis Brow was Furrow'd and His Eyes were Dim. ( CCASIOSAL. UU biow was furrow'd and hi eyes wero dim. Ilia bead was bent a3 if in perfsivo thought, Hit nAT was shabby, and no doubt to him Itecurr'd the time when that same hat was mellrtion3 such as these can't heal Abr.k.nWa.or.erl..or.. bought - or K;ve 5UCh case aa only those can feel Who get their hats from WAIN. & WALKER'S store FASHIONABLE HATTERS DEALERS 'IX IIuls. 'op. rnri (iniliriiibrfll"'. octlT tf . McCREA & CO. Successors -to tittoh wt cinEA .fc :o Cotton ui Tolacco Faclors, s rr o it. A- g iq, Produce & OoramiBsioa Merchants 30 SitC HI UAKKEfi AND , 30 KOUril Cttl-tKOE; STRPETS. Nashville, Tenn.. t ep9 6m SPECIAL NOTICES. engine WASHED in having a new or sccoi Any person having a new or second hand En- I Jj Bine from eight to twenty horso power, can Had a purchaser by applying at No. 8 North Colleso street! "novS tt VARIIELS WA5TKD. The hirhe3t market price will be paid in ca3h for Ten Thousand Flour Barrels, at tho Jackson Mills, South Market strctU novo-lm JOHN J. McCAiSI.. JJanncr and Springfield Kegister copy. HAGS. Whiteman Bros, pay 54 cents per pound, and have beca piyiss it lor weeks past. octZS tf EltltING BUT NOBLE. SEW HELP FOB young men who have errod, desiro a better mnnhnnri. Nnf. tn nnnlril lIter flnTOIODC3. jrew of chano. If bonefitted return the postage. Ad dress, PIIILANTUKOS. Box P., Philadelphia, ra- scp&3-on lSatcUclor'H Hair Dye Thi splendid Hair Dyo is the best In the world, Tho only true and perfect Vi'c harmless, reliable, instan taneous. No disappointment. No ridiculous tinti. Natural black or brown. Remedies tha ill effects of had Du: Invieorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful. The cenninois signed William A. Eatchelor. All others are mero imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all Druggists and Porfumors. Factory 81 Bar clay Btreet. New York. apr29 ly. Extra Special Notice. Beware of Coun terfeits 1 Smith's Tonic Syrup has been coun. terfeited, nnd the counterfeitcrbrought to grief. sunn's iosio sra'cr. Ths genuine atticlo must have Dr. John Bull's private stamp on each bottlo. Dr- John Bull only has tho right to manufaoturo and tell the original John Smith's Tonic Syrup, of Lou isvillo, Kentucky. Examine well the label en each bottlo. If my private stamp is not on the bottle, do not purchase, or you will be deceived, See my column advertisement, and my show card. I wil prosecute any one infringing on my right. The genuino Smith's Tonic Syrup can be prepared only by myself. Tho public's servant, DR. JOHN BULL. LoDisyitti. Ky. tf Propertv Holders should never bo without aFirePolicy in the old, well tried, and Reliable State Insurance I Company of Nashville apr25tf rTillllli'lll)TT'"-"'J For Cairo, Nt. Lonls, aiemplils nnd cw Orleans. rpHE FINE PASSENGER STEAM- er Tyrone. Tom IIaruas. .Mas ter, W. Weavkr. Clerk, will leave asjuSS above on TUESDAY, the 10th, instant, at 4 clock p. if. For freight orTaaaie apply on beard or to Wil. BOYD. 41 and 42 Front Street, orW. A. PEKBLES. novl-2t HARRISON & SON. AeH. For Louisville and Cincinnati rpiIE PINE PASSENGER STEAM- ip llnvflnn. Pcinrn. Mmfpr W. K. Kcny. Clerk, will lcav6 aa abovo next MONDAY, the Uth instant, at 1 o oiock p. it. lor freigtit or passage apply on board, or to WM. BOYD. 11 and 42 Front street. V. A. PKEBLES. 1 a-.-.. r HARRISON & S0KS.Accnt5- nav t IIARRISOK S O IS . . 5 15 and 1G Front Slrcct, FORWAEDINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Steamboat ami Railroad Agents, BOAT STORE OEAIaERS. liilirtuuviu liiiiLto j,Atiiif iMuriu iu . -r . . r. .-..HUT. rrr era and Southern cities by rail and waters. - all tbo principal notinern, xasiern, esi- Louisville and Nashville RAILROAD. FALL SCHEDULE, 1868. COMMENCING SF.l'TKtJBKR 13, ISOS, Trains will run as follows : Leave Nashville 1:30 A. M. :20 P. M. Arrive at Louisville- 1:15 P. M. 4:00 A. M. Both Trains make direct connection at Louis ville with the Jeffcrsonville Kailroad for St. Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Balti more. Washington, Philadelphia, and New York. Momin? Train from Nashville connects with United States mail line f (earner leaving Louis ville at 4:0O p. w., connectinj at Cincinnati with earlyiuornin? trains East, Bagoagx cnicccr.D from Nashville to St. Louis, Chicago, Cincin nati, and all principal Eastern cities. The Gt30 p. w. Train from Noshvil.e does not run an SUNDAY. UalUtin Accommodation Train leaves Galla tin at Ui3t A- M., arriving at Noshvillo at 1U55 A. M. Uotarnine, leave Nashville at 3i45 P M.. and arrives at Oallatin at Gt.-i P.M. AI.IIKKT FINK, Ocn'l Souerintendont L. i N. It. K. n.Hr3 If Notice to Show Came Iu Bankruptcy. THIS 15 TO OIVE NOTICE, THAT W. E. Johnson. Foster. Early JS: Co, S. S. Hall, W. T. Wrisht, Samuel Laudenor, John B. Corlcy, Andrew flregory. V. F. Frey. W. D. McNish. Samuel II. Stout and R. O. Thompson, all of Davidson county. Tennessee, have lilod in tho ofiiceof the Clerk of this court, their petitions for discharge, and it was thereupon, ordered by the court that a hearing bo had upon tho E&me On the 32d drey of NoTCiucer, 1SCS, at the hours of B 11. lli, 11'$ a. m. 12 it., 1254, 12K. 1-1K. 1J and 2 p. m. respectively at the office of A. S. Bradley, Register, No. 734 Cherry Btreet, Nashville, Tennessee, and that all creditors who have proven their debts, and other persons interestel, may appear at said timo and placo and (how cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitions should not he granted, and that tho second an t third meetings of the creditors will be had before the Register at same timo and placo. E. R. CAMPBELL, Clerk TJ-S. Dist- Court Middle Uist. Tenn. novt wed's 3t TO STOCKHOLDERS. Office Nashville asd Dicatir R. R. Co., Nasuville, Oct. 8, 1863. TnE ANNUAL MEETING OFTIIE STOCK holders ot the Nashvillo and Decatur Rail road Company will be held at the depot cf the comrany, in Nashville, ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10, proximo. Stockholders desironi of attending will be passed iree to and from tho convention by exhibiting their certificates nf jtnek to the Conductors. G. W. SEAY. ctlOtd Secretary. r. B. FBEXCn. E. R. RirUAKDSOS. ?30S AN'DKESO.V. FRENCH, ANDERSON & CO., COMMISSION MKRrilANTS, AND COTTON BROKERS ?1 South Market Street, Nashville. - - Tennessee. Exclusive agents of Messrs. Wabd A Br.ior.9, Lessees of the Tennessee Penitentiary, lor tho ealo of their Agricultural Implements, Castings and Cedar Ware. scplO 3m. JVotlpo to .Show Cilitsc In lliiukriiiitcx. THIS IS TO (iIVE NOTICE THAT JOHN Kiley, T. C. Burris, Thomas Sullivan, Over street 11 oilman. J. B. Martin and James (1. Smith, have filed in tho office of the Clerk of this court, their petition fur discharge, and it was thereupon ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same On Hie 18th Dny orNovf mliir. lfiOS, at the hours of 0. 9!. 10. 10K. UH A- v.. respecttivcly, before J- W. Johniton. Register, iu Livingston. Overton county. Tn nessec. and that all creditors who have prov en their debt?, and other persons interested may appear at such time una place, and show cause, if any they have, why the prayers ot said petitions fhould not bo granttd, and thai the second and third meetings of creditors will be had befure the Uoitister.at said time and place. E. It. CAMi'ELL, Clerk U. S. IHst. Court Middle Uist. Tenn oct22 thursdays 3t M. F. SELTZ, MERCHANT TAII.OH, 'o. St North Cherry Street, BEOS LEAVE MOST RESPECTFULLY TO inform his old customer?, friends und the publio generally, that he has opened a Tailoring Establishment at tho above stand, and is prepared ti make up garments in the neatest and most fashionable styles. loctSl m Lake Kiiiss&m Coal o. HAVE ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE AN abundant supply of CUMBERLAND COAL. Families an.l the trade generally supplied at the lowest market rate;. aCKMRAL Oract: No. 31 Seuth College treet.ncit door to Engine House. EssP33m BANKING HOUSE or MnrrrnnrxT PHWlMrC T RliJ II rlLi OiilllUO VVi T. S. MARB. Pret h. O. TARBOi.Cash. Deposits received. Leans negotiated. interest Allowed on Deposits. Collections made, and a 'General BanWn; Business transacted, octlo tf FINANCE A3D TJ1ADE. NASHVILLE QUOTATIONS. rSITSO STAT 13 AND OTHKK aiCUUTlXS. B-2Qs. 1st series. 107 5-353, 2d series-.. 5-203, 3d ten 03 H6 1C6 ,1(3 5-2U,Hewissue- 10-tUs-. Ttnnessee Bonds- 67 80 63 Coupons . T..n:.n. - Nihiri11a K. H. Slnrr', iax neco-pu Nashville Chattanooga R.K. Stock- -.. 24 . .. - .--- Nashville ana Unattanooga a. a xioaiu w Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock- Planters' Bank Stock 12 Union 11 an It StocK " Nashville Corporation Checks - JO iiontu i uj - j (new). 52 Cinirioms . .85 25 100 South Nash villa Street K. tt. Stock bospension Bridge block, Davidson Conntv Coupons. . 95 .95 wimnu.. rn. TtnnJ Issued Louisville RJt 8: " other roads 71 Montsomery County Bonds 55 East Tennessee and Virginia R.R. indors'd 60 BaTlnr Sell in r. Oold ISS 134H Silver, 1- DOUSSTIO AND Foaxisa IXCaAlBE On New York- pr. On Cincinnati.- ' 1-20 ilioi On LoniJTllhs On Memphis pound. I On London and Livcrpool Dn Dublin ..8 84 per -.685 " - 685 " On Edinburgh-' On Jisrlin- 1 82 per thaler. - 60 " guilder On 1'rankfort nmxer stamps, Wn kra mads arranzemenos to snrDlr our customers with itevcnus stamps at toe toupw- iog low rates, discount payaDto in siaraps, vn : An m,i-(inct nnder Dr. . Par -On purchases of $211 or more2 per cent, dis gSS?SSSSf !Srm un purchases of iwo or more.-4 Un purchases di sou or muruo OnpurchasosofSlOOOormore 4 " All orders must beaccompanied by the money or check for the amount. Stamps will be sent by mail or express, as airesiea. LA.VD WAEEINIJ- Buyinr. 340 99 5130 130 40s. War of 1312 SB.. War of 1312 13is.Warofl812 120s, not Wnr or iz. iwh, warm 172 ICOj. not War of 1312. 170 tJ-OBEESST KOSIf. TIXSISSEt. BOtJH 0AX0LI5A Bsnk of Tennessee, old People's Bank SO Issua ,o Planteri n Me Plp-ntern l!nt... .rar chanics' Hans aJ Union Hans par btat uihk i Union Bank Ccrt'i-Pri Southweatern K. R- tS B'k-of Chattaoon. 06 , Union Bank ISO Bank of Commerce, par ALABAMA. Bank of Knoxville, 65 ) Bank or Mobile '.O R.nlmf M?nliU 9S i H'k nf Montcomerr. 0 B'k of MiddloTcan. 6 Bank of Selaa 23 Bank of Pans par Central Bank 2 Commercial Bank 05 Bank or tue union, par B'k of West Tenn 30 Buck's Bank par City Bank 65 Eastern Bank. 50 Northern Bank 30 Southern Bank 90 oioir.iA. Central R. K. B'k- 95 Ueorgi Railroad Banking Co 95 B'kofMid.aeoiia, SO Marine Bonk 95 I MerchanU Bank-par I Nnrthm Bank Mr Oeoee Bank u BankofShslbyrUle. 70 Southern Bank 10 Traders Bank par Life li General In surance Co 10 BOCTH CAEOLISi. BmV of Camden 30 Bank of Charleston, 30 Bank of Choster OS Bonk ol Georgetown 03 Bank of Ilamburz 13 Bank of Newberry 25 Bank of the State of South Carolina 20 Commercial Bank 01 V-.k.n Itir.tr irr Bank of Angasta u Anjruta Insuranco- 01 Bank of Columbus C8 Bank of Commerce, C5 Bank of the Empire State 15 Bank of Athens. 0 Bank of Fulton 40 Bank of Savannah. 50 Bank of the State of Georgia . TZ City B'k of Augusta, Z Farmers" and Me chanics' Bank 0? Moch anils' Bank 01 Merekanta'-; Plant- I sv ....... vl i Jfarm ers and Ex. i chanje Bank . 01 Merchants' Bank 05 ers' Bank OS Plnntnn' linn It nf ' I'lantcrs' 15an . J FairEeld . 03 1 Union Bank 60 There was quite an advance in gold yes- lerday, and also in bonds and stocks The Jl T . lonowmg are lue -ew aui-uu,. Ooenedat 134, was 134 al 1C:25, 13IJ at; at noon, 13i at 11:23, 133J at 12:2a, 133J 12:45; 134 at 2:45, and closed at 134 at 3 P. M. Dealc.-a here were paying 133 g Vax'rSrtX. 7.ToUeco drK,pin. So und holdins at 134 V. P.fi"eflosl.Sis..hsy?f" Government securities were quoted in New York yesterday as follow. : U. S. 6s of '81 5-21)3. 1st series 5-2C. -'.! sorie 112 b-JM il series '"ft? 5-203 new issue, '05 1WJ. 5-20s new issuo, '67 J9 , 5-2Ps new issue, '63 . lKJJ-s 10-103 UH London advice of yesterday quote United SlaU-s 5-20s at73J.' Exchange on New York waa taken by the bauk yesterday at discount, and sold by them at par. Tenneseeo bonda were quoted iu New York yesterday at CSc for the old and C9c for the new. There U very little doinsj in city checks. Dealers pay 8082c, and are holding at S4SCc The aales of Southern State bond, at the New York Stock Exchange oa the 4th inst. were a3 follows: FIX3T BOARD. $ 3.003 Tennessee Cs. old 1U.1IW! do 2dc. 20.000 20.000 do do new. 10.COJ North Carolina 6s. old. 1U.UUU do Dt CI 32.000 do new- 10.000 do . l(XH Missouri6's2dcalI SECOND BOARD. 10.000 Tennessee 6s. old 20.000 do now-- 30.000 do 10.000 North Carolina fe, old 1S.00O do 50.000 do O.OoO do new bet c 1S.0UO Virginia 6s. new ....G9 69) .... 67 M .. 58 S?.i . 89 5.0UI .Missouri t3. 3.CO0 do The New York Hercidivjt in ita money article of Wednesday evening : "Affairs are rapidly coming to a crisis in Wall street, and the monetary stringency was more severo to day than at any time previously, the rates paid for loans "- on government securi ties having befti as high as liJi percent, until to-morrow, while in some instances per cent commission was paid on mixed collaterals in addition to seven per cent, per annum in cur rency. Tho extreme pressure led many of the holders of government securities to sell out with a view to buying back at lower figures, and these salcs-axerted a very I'epressing effect upon tho market, tho decline in tho entire list having been from ono to one and a half per cent, be tween the opening and the close. There were not wanting indications that tho principal deal ers encouraged this realizing movement for tho purpose of getting cheap stock, and theimmo diato result of this rapid decline will probably be a sharp upward reaction, stimulated by those who hivo assisted the downward course ofrri cea " The New York Times says the rates paid for money on Wednesday were 7M) per cent on call, with a commission in some instance, for carrying over stocks for a single day- The New York Herald of the 5th inst. inat. MV9 of the drygoods market : The market has ruled exceedingly dull during the past week, pslitiei having supersoded busi ness in importance, and everybody items to have goao homo to vole." In the absence of any demand of moment tho market has ruled heavy, but prices have been nearly nominal, and though somo sales have been reported at rather lower figures, there has occurred no posi tivj decline. Business has been very light, and in tho absence of any change of note we omit details, simply annexing the current quota tion, which show few changes. ..... Woollen fabrios have also ruled quiet, but the market is still very Arm, and whenever there arn sales they are at full prices. We annex tha current quotat-ons for the loadiDgde'crii.tions of goods: BROWS MCSLIS3. AmoskeagA -15 Peppercll R ..-..13. Atlantic A 10 Superior 13"3M Agawam F 12 Stark A- -15 Lacnnia. 13315 Pittsfield lt Pacific extra 15 Tremont 11 Pepperell E HH . BLEACHID 1IC3LIXS. Amoskeae A ...15J$ New York Mills25 Hales 13 Utica 22K Hone - -1 XA Wamsutta -22; .fames Mills l.15!; Waltham .-13VJ ...17 Lonsdale 17 White ltock . rRtsn. American 12 Pacific 12J13 Amoskeag 12 Sprague's 13 Lancaster .. 12J-S Wamsutta 9 Lowell -11 Mourning -lla Merrimao I) -13' Dunntll's 12H Meirimac tt' 13 nRlT.I.a. Amoskeag Appleton Laconia Amoikeag- Union - Amoskojg Everett Amosluag American 18 Pepperell W 18 Stark li'A IS Winthrop H DEXIU9. 29 York ... 19 TICKS. lss03 York- -29 iva?.i STEirrs Everett ...13 10. York 11, . V4 Amoskeag.. Vi't Kewmaricei. izy3 Hates..-. 10'4 Pepperell -IS Xanm-R!!- N.tten)I6 LaCOHlO- ll DF.LA13.SS. Pacific- -1S42I Lowell- .20 Hamilton -1:021 Sprague's i2,, Manchester 1S21 Armures- J'i22J. OIXGHAU3. Glasgow- 15 Lancaster . 16 ;! z sa' GENEKAL MARKETS. Nashville, Ealnrty, Nov. 7. Corros. The market to day ooened at 21c, but owing to the unsettled condition of the New York market, buyers were not uupoaeu 10 give tne tigures, while holders were not disposed to yield. With a de cline of upwards of a j cent ia New York, the .Liverpool quotations remain un changed, and for this reason holders claim that there is no real cause for the New York panic Aa it was, the market here closed dull and heivy at tha following quotations : Ordinary- -19 Good ordinary . - 19WWi miaaung .'Jifij&XQi The transactions of the day were aa fol lows: Receipts 2S5; sales 282; ship ments 246. NASHVILLE COTTOK STATEMENT. Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1S68... .- 60 neceivea rn-nT , , 035 Received previously- -4924-5300 ToUl- 5260 Shipped to-day.. 246 BhlppodZprevtousIy- .4366-4G12 Stockon hand- -60T Corn. Sales of 50 bushels new at 50c ; sales of 80 bushels old, delivered in depot, at 78c Peanuts. Siles as follows: 100 bush els at SI 40 ; 50 do at SI 30 ; 150 do at SI 00. ' Feather3 A small lot to-day brought 65c Dried Fnurr. Apples to-day com mane "cj an peaches (quarters) 8c. uats. sales of HOU bushels at 00c, and 200 bushels from store at C2ic. Wheat. We heard of a small sale of white wheat being made at SI 65. CnEsTMrra Are still advancing. Sales to-day at S3 75 per bushel. Bacos. Market firm at following quo tations : Clear sides at 18c; shoulders 14i14Jc; country ham3 17 and 18c; choice sugar-cured canvased him 21 22c ; plain canvased 131c. Lakd Dclinig. We qaste at 18 19jc in tierce; in kegi and cans 1920c Rags. Whiteman Bros, are paying 5c. Cotton YAiufs. Demand gol and supply limited. We quotd 500'.i at 20c, C0Od at 18c, TOG'S at 16c. - THE COTTON MARKETS. Mobile, Nor. 5. Cnttnn nuiet an J Grm at 23V.O fur midJUnzs: soles lOlO; receipts 367: ex parts yesterday and to-day aiavuaunii. nor- a. Cotton eloiad easier: ntles O&z m'utdlin322xA 2tc; receipts 2751; expert coastwise lTXi Aunstn, Gn., Nor. a. Cotton market dull: sale 176: reecipu 11" middlings 322.Hc. Clinrlestou, Nnr. 3. Pnitnrt nptira ami t'e better: sle S69: mil dlines 21c: receipts 12 experts te Ureat Britain 2176; coastwise 12S7- Cliiclmintl, Nor. o. Thprn ia tut iMsntial chance ia the market holders still ask full prices, bat the demand lignt and nnyers are noiain; on. o qauw w dinary at 20c: rood ordinary at 2122c; lo middline at 22J;23e, and middling at 2"'i 23J.rer cent. I.uiiNvllIo, Nor. Af Hiimnlir -iitian Mies to-dar 9d bales were offered, and bids aeeepted on W bales; low middlings 22o. MAHKET3 BY TELEQEAr I'orclsn Mnrhct. I.ivnio()L. Nov. 7. Cotton ouiul: 'alc 1 ('-' bales; ufla&d3llJ; Orleans llaI. NcivTork Market. Nsw Yobc. November ".Cotton dull an.l a shado lower; uplands 2302Sc. Superfine flour $S7I)d 10- Whisky $1 93, Rica quiet ...a l ..it a T.t. 1 ii14L T 1 . i I ijetSc. Wheat nominally unchanged. Corn S1 10l I Sew York DrycoodH Market. kw Toec Sor 7.Bro,n lhee,incJ K -. 16c; printing cloths 77Hr; prints, .tandari Hmack i34c; Bleathed muslins 25c; Bartler ISJiC Ellerton 47He. ,i,ie, lTKeiSK- Hams ;iSc. Lard Wir- tt hk, 31 061 10. t'lncliimttl Jlnrliet. CisctxsATr. Nov. . Flour anU vtlieatun V16e. J era are held at 14c: sides 15,lSo. Green mets 71012e. Butter Si3Jc. tggsc. fauxar IoSlaJtC. wonee ijis-o- LoultvlIIn llnrbvt. Locisvii.tr. Nov. 7. Tobacco firm; lass C 5 8 50; medium li-af enttine Sl617 6f. Superfine flour So 50K 25. Wheat nominal at $1 70 1 90. Corn, old shelled 'JOe; bulk new U 55c. Oat.5tr5c. Barley $1 752. Malt $2 2 S?. Bye St 2V9t 30- Potatoes $22 . T.aril. n, lnW. ltaeon hoaHcrs 14441l'l"t clear rib fider ISSlV'c; clear tides 1901'.' V. Whisky, Haw free I 15 t'otton V New OrleaiiH JInrket. "New 0leiks, Ngv. T- Cotton stiifer, mlJ dlings 2JKr: sales 4200; receipt 3272; exports 7021., Oold 135't Sterling 4IS15!.- Now lort sight e discount, augarnrm ana ;v uigacr. Molo-ses high grades firm. KIVER AND iVKrVrilKR. ARRIVED. Havana, Cincinnati. Fanny Bracdie?, Evanaville. DEPARTED. Talisman, Cairo. Fanny Branded, Eraiaviife. Katie Morrison, Upper Cumberland. The river yesterday was stationary, with five feet on Harpeth Shoals. Weather warm and sultry. A report reached here yesterdiy of u twenty foot rise in the Upper Cumberland. The Fanny Brandiea, which arrived at au early honr yesterday morning, left again at 12 o'clock with a small lot of cot ton and moving plunder. The Havana diseharied her frieght yes terday, and will he ready at an early honr Monday to recive cotton. She departs at 4 p. M. for Louisville and Cincinnati iu command of Capt. Pearce a veteran boat man of the right stamp, awl the acoiu plished W. E. Knhn in the ofSee. The Taliiman cleared last evening f.r Cairo, wiih a fair trip of produce. The Katie Morrhen departed for the Upper Cumberland loaded with gro-erits and empty barrel. The bully Tyrone U the next steamer for Cairo. She will arrive oti Monday, and depait on Tuesday at 4 p, m. LawsuiU aae now pending at Cincinnati against the owners of the exjdoded steam boat Magnolia, one by Cliariw Lswh, ona of the editors of the Jacfcsonian JJemxrat, Michigan, for injuries sustained, and the other by the widow of Henry Clark, who waa killed- The Rolierl E. Lee, on her lait trip, ran from New Orleans to Natchez in twenty three hours and ten minntes, including thirty-one Undingi and taking thirty ords of wood. The Hesper has been gold at MetapIiM t Captain Gtover, of the Natonia, for ?2C0O. The St. Louia Democrat of Thumliy aya Captain Adam, President of tho Mem phis and Arkanaa river picket line, was negotiating with Capt. Henry Symme hut evening, for the gay sternwheeler Guidon, price S3000. If the matter waa not con eluded last evening, we are very certain it will be this morning. The hull of the Pdlmer cao't ha raised, but the entire machinery is about to b j re covered. The Vicksburg nerM says : The Vickfburg arrived from the Cres cent City yesterday, having an excellent trip of freight. From her officer. wt leain of an accident which befell lhe V. lid Wagoner near Fair View Lamrlng, a1 jiix twenty-five inilefl below Natchez. The Wagoner was just behind tha Vicksburg, and was making A landing, passing through the swells of the Vicksburg over a shallow place, when her chimneys were ehaken overboard, which presented a rather fright fvl aspect. A consternation wai pro duced among the passenger, and severs of them plunged into the river, fearing at explosion would take place. No one was MMl'lllll ! gFarmers, Buy at Home 70UR WAC10NS AND AOKICULTCRAL i Implements. 1 ain manufacturing the very best ot Steel Plows, and other Implements. Also, wagons of tha very best material aaa workmanship. J.H.RUM.M. No. 234 South Cherry street, between Aid an MulBcrry tuceta. loctii Cm of Music Sicklcs,a7 Union streei. .