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KASHYILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1868.
Fit I IS AX. KOVEJIBEK 13, 1808.
Yor Sale I
Old papers, writable for wrapping, at the
Usiox asd Ameeicas office.
The legl profession will be pleastd to
learn that "W. T. Berry & Co., haTe re
ceived Brightlj'a Digest of the decisions of
the Federal Court?, and hia Digest of the
laws of the United Stale, most useful
books, and really necessary in the practice
every day. This firm have also a new
edition of Wharton's American Law, Hil-.
Hard on ew Trial?, and a general stock of
We call special attention to the an'
nonnceincntof J. 6. Loventhal& Co., for a
Lunch this morning from 10 to 12 o'clock,
at their Depot Hotel on the corner of
Church street at the Nashville and Chat
tanooga Railroad Deppt; and we feci flly
eatisGed it will be one of the rarest and most
ample of the season. They will spare
neither labor ncr expense to make it meet
the expectations and tasle3 of .all. Their
announcement for - the LTolel will appear
law and miscellaneous books.
A good jtick-candy maker can find con
slant employment and good wages at Robt.
Thompssn & Co'-., 35 Market street.
Jacob Tbcin lias orre of his splendid anc
tion sales to-day.
Benefit of Misa Charlotte Craoiptiu to
night at the New Theater.
The steamers for Saturday are the A.
Baker andFauny Brandies.
I. . O. I. AiiioIiitnieiil.
The members of the different Lodges of
Odd Fellows in this counly jurisdiction
will he gratified lo know that C. B. Hall
has received the official notification of his
appointment by the (5 rami Mailer aa Dis
trict Deputy Grand Mailer, which posi
tion he ?o satisfactorily filled last year. No
man since the organizition of the order in
this Slate ha worked more faithfully, or
is belter acquainted with the lectures and
charges, and to him more than any other
man, arc the Lodges indebted for the ad
mirable fyalew which has been lately in
augurated. Xeiv Xnilivllle Theater.
Wo were sorry to see such a slim atten
dance at tho Thccler last night to witness
hlim Charlotte Cranipton in one of her
best characters, and we can account for it
only in the faot that a large audience had
already seen the piece on the opening
night of her engagement, ar.il preferred
waiting until to night for her renditien of
Queen FJizibeth. By the way, Mis3
Cramplon has a beneGt lo-night, and we
hope le see the house crowded. It is only
once in a life lime that many of our play
goers will have the opportunity of seeing
the piece selected for this evening brought
So liny II Be.
Yesterday morning the proceedings in
the Senate were preceded by prayer of
fered by Rev. Mr. Huntington. He ear
nestly and fervently implored an All
Merciful Providence to eo guide and con
trol thenilers of the land that they might
legislate for tho best interests of the coun
try. We are not without confidence in the
efficacy of prayer, and devoutly hope that
the petition offered by the reverend gen
tltman cn this occasion may not be with
out good results on the minds and hearts of
those invested with the law-making powers
of the State.
Tho'stsrc of Treppard & Cn., cxas of
College street and Bink alley, wsi entered
byburgkrson Wednesday nigh! laft. They
effected an entrance through the window
on tho alley, tho indentions showing that
a crow-bar or some heavy instrument had
been asetl in openiDg the shutter. They
obtained $1-1 in the money-drawer, and
opening the low-cae abstracted a dozen
silver-plated tea-spoons. Notwithstanding
IhoehoK'Case was filled with valuable ar
tielof, the spoons aro alono missing. I'cr
hapa the individual is one of Ben. Batlei's
Chancellor Shackelford has gone to
T. B. Kirby of the Knoxvillc Press
and JTenild, honored oar wuictnm with a
visit last Vvcning.
Henry Hem-ley, of the firm f Hart & !
Ilcnsley, returned yesterday morning, from
a business trip to Louisville and Cincin
AenilcmS' or Music.
The engagement or Harry Robinson, the
great i-imic, and performer on fifteen in-j
rtraraeal- and a bass drum, is drawing to
a cloar, and those who have n t yet seen j
his famous mechanical donkey fhould not
fail to attend cither lo-night or to morrow
Mary Jackwn, colored, was bound over
to the Criminal Court yesterday by Justice
Cutclty, to answer the charge of receiving
stolen goods Imowing them to have been
Siilllo ration was arraigned before Com
mlssioncr Davis yesterday on a charge
of .larceny in stealing $1 i in United
Stales currency. She w3 discharged.
There b to be another porformance at
the' National Thontcr, Ash Barracks, to
night, when a great variety h-H will Ik
Lost Ml-" Overcont.
A member of the legislature vi-iu-d the
Feabo ball Wdn"a!ay night, i.nl left
xaint an overcoat.
At lb Depot Hotel corner of Church
tmd CJiattanooira Depot. Te opening
Loach, of this cetaulisanicsit will l e given
this moraine from lQ4b 38 t'chn k to hieh
the public end friends of -W proprietors
are respectfully invited.
J. O. Lovektiiai. .V. Co.
ISvesvdody goes to W. A DwycrV, 35
Public Square, tor cheap Furs novl t M
I'.,,- Jmhihi Furs on the American
Oantincnt are sold at W. A. D.ssyV,, N.
35-rublicSraarc. novlH .4
To lrj titers
We have one or two good job iires-sea for
Knearhich can bo had at at a bargain, by
application at the office of the Usus aho
Poplins, Merinoa at great
i at S. Sickles, 17 Uniol
Tn beet Empress cloth for 75c a yard
at S. Sicxcf , 1 1 union
fm- vmir Boots. Shoe and Hats, at
-,t : Wnhinmrt iiio creBt mimic, at
the Academy of Mumc
Shamonds A Thomp
r.TirrrBiida Store, Woodland street,
put' '"'J n
i.vi.r.i.l nov i-
1.J A.:t In examine the large
rUcap etock of Dry. Goods iid Furs
tSi teichbeimer',. Jf College strec
HAMtY Hobinson and his Mechanical
dSISt. ry night this wet tho
academy of Mmlc
Chaaco la tho Slatrket Honsc. j
t the last meeting' of the Board of Al
dermen a bill was introduced proposing to
change the hours of holding market in the
winter month from morning lo evening.
It is an old saying, that well enough should
be let alone, which is entirelyTapplic&ble
in this case. If there has been any one
department of the corporation that has
flourished under the present administra
tion, it has been the market-house, and the
reason for, this has been, that the party in
power have not heretofore attempted to
interfere with the lime honored regula
tions. We therefore, insist that they shall
let well enough alone. Our market-houso
just now is in a very flourishing condition,
and the time for holding the same conforms
to tho wishes and convenience of butchers,
venders of vegetables, and 'the. people at
large who go to the market-house for their
supplies. . -.("j.
A change would certainly be very inju
rions. The countryman can well afford to
get up at an early honr to bring his vegc
tables and poultry to market, sell out his
stock, and arrive at home in sufficient time
to attend to the wants of his garden or
farm. The butcher has been in the habi
of devoting the afternoon to the purchase
of stock, having done, which, he retires
to bed at an early hour, gets up soon in
the morning, and gives his attention toliis
customers, and,afterwards to the collection
and settlement of his accounts. Bat what
nf those who nurchase in the market ? If
the mechanic is not accommodated with
morning market, what lime will ho have
in furnish his familv with supplies. It is
convenient for him to get up at an early
hour, go to market, return home, and get
his breakfast and be ready for his day h
work. And so with business men generally.
Thev can sparo the time to market in the
tnorninc. but the afternoon requires their
attention in their counting-rooms, stores,
By the new law, it is proposed to close
the market at 7 o'clock in the evening,
which will virtually compel the couutry
man from attending, for in these days
of thieving and robbery, tho marketer with
a well filled purse would stand a poorshow
in returning to his home after dark with -a.
well filled purse. Highwaymen would
watch his movement, learn the amount of
his receipts, and then retire to the suburbs
to rob him of his haid earning-.
The change, we repeat, will not worn
well. Let well enough alone, and our
Markethouse will continue to flourish. We
hope a majority of the City Council will to
1 S. Since writing the above, we aro
pleased to announce that the proposition
in riling the hours of hohlim: market
was defeated in the Board of Common
Council. A sensible conclusion.
The Lecture Last Klffht.
Masonic Temple last nilit was filled
with the most intelligent ana fashionable
people of Nashville, lo hear Rev. R. A
Holland's lecture for the benefit of the
Protestant orphans. In the brief space we
have at our dippasal, we caunot give even
an outline of the eloquent discourse
which a spell-bound audience listened
The young oratoi's theme was " What will
he do with it ?" the title of a pjpular
novel of the limes. After a thrilling ex
ordinni, he proceeded to apply the question
to his hearer?, in respect to their bodies,
thtir minds and their souls. In the first
port he was philofphic and eevere, touch
ing tha follies and dissipations of the day
with burniug cjimic, which extorted ap
plause from the entire house. In aakin;
''What will he do with" the mind, he de-
livcrcl one of the most powerful and en
trancirg specimens of eloquent appeal and
argument that ha been heard in modern
limes. And in treating the last, " What
will he do with" his soul, he ro?o with the
imporlancs of his subject, presenting a
piece of devotional oratory reaching the
It is, perhaps, the misfortune of the
fir.e;t orators that they cannot be reported.
Mr. II. is of this clasi. To appreciate his
power in its full volumo and strength re
quires that ho should be seen and heard.
He certainly combines all the highest ele
ments, not only of a successful orator, but
a most useful one.
We but erho a sentiment that found
general exprealon at tho closo of his dis
course hat night, when we express a desire
! that he should afiurd our people at least
one more opportunity to hear him.
Arrct of Siixnlcloutt Charneters.
James Scolt W33 arrested yesterday
morning abont two o'clock, at the Com
mercial Hotel oa the charge of being a
su'picion character. He was seen in the
third story with his coat and boots off, and
. . . ... .i
on being asi;eu what ue was uoing meru
stated that he was refreshing himself with
the fresh air. Jn3t before tint the l'orler
heard somo one up stairs and when he
started up the steps be heard tho man run
ning through iho hall. Abont that tirao a
gentleman rooming in the third stoiy was
jobbed of SS3- A eaich w.n matle for tue
money and it wis found under the c.irpet
lit the end of the hall, where this man was
seen standing. There were also hidden
under tho carpel a gimlet and a pair of
nippers, ltc wa arresicu anu iskcii io
the workhouse, and was yesterday con
veyed to the j dl to await trial thi3 morn
ing. A man nnmcd Simuel Clam was
also arrested yeileiday on the same charge,
and wai also sent to the wotkhoupe. It
appears IhUt Clark had cng3ged a room
and that Scolt was going to sleep with him.
Rcoit's name wa3 not registered on thebDok.
Tiny are all from Newport, Kentucky.
i:iiI:ym! ill Vmitnt.
About the mot inipdrtantquestinns i-ktd
byabii'inc: mn cmplojing u cleik or
agent i, or ehonl.l be, "Is be honest, is he
competent, is he steady V" A gentltmiu
of our acquaintance who can truthfully
give an emphatic affirmative lo Ihia or any
other queMion involving bu-incss qualifies
tion, wanta3luati6u a an agent, salesman,
book-keeper, or at somo other sort of work
by whkh hcc.a mik; a living f.r himself
and family. He wa burn and rai- d In
thw city, and although yet a ycnnn man,
has the advantage of considerable experi
ence in bndnes and an extensive ae
pui:itance among the people, lnth in the
city and country. All his life accustomed
tn work, he Is neither afraid nor ashamed
to turn his Imnd to any honest busiuesn
nor docs he expect an extravagant salary
What he wants U employment, and pay
commensurate with the value of his ncrvi
ces.such as they may prove to be. lie can
give the best of reference, and alter that
entire satiffiction to his employer. For
further particulars enquire at this office.
(Jo to Simmonds & ThompsonV, Wood
laud street, EdgeGehl, tor Staple Dry
tloods and Notions. nov .-lw
FiotJHKn Alpaca at 2ic
Sickles, 17 Union street.
yard at S.
She tho Mechanical
Academy of Muic.
Donkey at the
Arm l to the Tcelh,
Is a verv coaimoL expreJhion, but we think
armed lb finbf llich and preserve them to a
ripe old ago is decidedly moro beneficial
and appropriate this can only be done by
keeping yourself always supplied with a
bottle of that renowned and imperishablo
dblight of every lady's and gentleman t
toilet, the fragrant Sozodont.
xVlwaye ready for use, "Spalding's Glue,'4 i
Mcctlas Of Both 35onrds.
Bills, resolutions, Etc.
noiircl of Altlerjneu,
The Board of Aldermen met last night
pursuant to adjournment,. President Kin
ney in the chair, and a quorum present.
A bill appropriating 517,UuU lrom any
funds in the Treasury, not otherwise ap.
propriated, for the payment of . tho Metro
politan Police," passed three readings and
was transmitted lo the Baard of Common
There being no other business to transact
the Board adjourned.',
A regular meeting of the Board of Com
mon Council was held last night, Presi
dent Shankland in thc-chair, with the fol-
lowine members present, Barrow, Brown,
Duke, Fain, Gaine3, Hanley, Jolly, Johns
ton, Kirby, Long, Murphy, Smith, John
Hugh, Summer, Thayer,. Wright and
The renort of the Revenue Collector
from Oclober 8, to November 8, showing"
showinc collections of 125,430 48;-leav.
ing the sum of 23,GS2 84, subject to the
order of the Board of Education ; S5,938
21 for the Nashville and Northwestern
railroad; cash received ?G2o out of $125,
430. in checks. Was received and filed.
Report of Water Tax Collector ending
November 12, shows collections of 5I,-
Report of the Clerk of the Matket for
ih mnniTi nf October sliPW3 receipts 01
5417 59. ,...-- l.if y
Treasurer's report for tho month ending
November 12,. shows receipts $20S,9oj
25 : expenditures S20S.712 CI.
The following repsrt from the Commit
tee on Cemeteries was;read and the conv
tuiltce was authorized to act :
KiaitviT.T.p. Nov.- 12. To.tbe.IIonor.
olitn i!ir Citv Council Gentlemen:" Your
t!ommittee o'n Cemeteries beg leave to sub
mit the followinc report: At the earnest
request of many of the lot owners in the
nlri ritv cemelerv. and urcent appeals from
hundreds of persons who have relatives
buried therein, luey nave laucn some pains
to examine into the feasibility of closing
the cemetery against all persons, and the
condition of tho same, leaving the justice
and the legality of the question of closing
it out of tho question. AniLfirst, as lo the
question of tbeclosiug of the cemetery, we
not doubt the right of a body politic to do
any act which may seem for the public
nnt. hnt we do doubtthe iustice of closing
this cemetery until another place is. pre
pared, and an understanding arrived at, to
that if a lot owner has a pear and dear
relative die to-day they may know where
ifinv nri in be laid to morrow. But
waiving all questions of legality or justice,
in the mattcr of closing the cemetery, no
one doubts for a moment, that; we are
bound by law as well as honor, to protect
the graves of those who have been lawfully
buried therein, and your committee are
fnllr fiat isfied that unless a cood substan
tial fence is built on the south and west
cit'onftlm Mmp. and some one employeu
to travel and attend to the cemetery, the
Bacreuness ol tne same win ue viyi-wu,
flic fravfs and mementoes desecrated,
and the city became liable for heavy
damages. The present fence is totally
worthless and will not protect the cemetery
from hogs and cattle, and your committee
would respectfully recommend, that some
man or committee be authorized lo have
the same property fenced and protected,
and that some provisions be made for a
Sexton or guatd for the premise?. In order
that your honorable body may act under
standing, your committee would beg
leave lo submit tho following costs of the
Number of feet of fencing required on
the south and wc3t side 108 feet. If made
of good cedar house logs, six feet high, the
cos: will be about S1200, or if of good
seasoned poplar plank upright witu cap,
same height $700. In any event, your com
mittee would earnestly recommend prompt
and energetic action in the premises.
R. L. Weakley, Chairman.
A recess of five minutes was taken to go
into an election.
Both Boards then met in joint conven
tion, and elecied for City Civil Engineer
J. R. Willct, the present incumbent.
For City Auditor there were three nomi
nations, viz : J. J. Swiggsrt, J.H. Batman
and James Athens. J. II. Butman was
elected on the first ballot.
The convention then adjourned, and the
Board of Common Council re-assembled.
rr.oM Tnc board of aldekmkk.
The bill exempting the Proteslant Or
phan Asylum from the expense of laying
curbing and pavement, passed three read
ings. The bill authorizing the Mayor and
Finaccc Committee to barrow $40,000 upon
tho best terms, to pay certain judgments J
and other indebtedness of the city, passed
Ihreu readings and is now a law.
A bill appropriating S17.000 for the pay
ment of the Metropolitan Police, paused
An ordinance to abate nniaaucM passed
The hill changing the market huurd was
defeated on its first reading. Ayes 13,
An ordinance repealing tho law passed
February 11, 1S00, authorizing the Mayor
to appoint a private Secretary, passed
A resolution was adopted providing for
tne renting of the dwelling house near tho
waterworks, at the rate fixed b- the Fi
A resolution intruciii:g the Btrtvt Com
mittee to employ none but corporation
carls unless-lt is" absolutely necessary, was
laid upon the table.
A resolution instructing Iho Committee
on Ptrk to rent the dwelling houses cn
the P.uk grounds for the highest rates.
Resolution aiuhomiiix the Sttcjt Com
mittee to repair that part of Jefl'erson
street lying between Summer and Cherry
street. Referred to Street Committee.
Resolution requesting tho lias Company
to fnrnifili the churches 'with (gas at "the
same raUs for. i-hed the corporation.
Resolution iii-irnoliug' ibe Chid" of the
Fire Dopartment lo give the,aUnn by
ringing the 'hell four minnes.uid fti indi
cate by the Ktrok-s of each bell the ward
jn which the fire exists. Adopted.
Petition from cit'zaim living on Spriue
street between Union aid Crawford. Re.
feired to Street Committee.
The bonds of John Deutlcyr Chief of tho
Fire Department, 2500.
Mr. Shugare, engineer , S1500, Join
Wood", engineer, SI.jOO, Wm. Howe, m
gicecr, S1590, aod A. W. West, engineer
$1500, were approved.
The board then adjourned.
19:(ir to Whuni ZIorior U Due.
To tho EJitors of tho Union and American.
The article tinder the caption of A
Versatile lawyer" hardly, dues sufficient
justice to Col. Lncian M Temple, in regard
to the part taken by that gentleman in de
fenciof Smith McKinney in the.Orimin.il
Court. Col. Temple was the original coun
sel in the cae, and it was Col. Guild and
Wm. Halley that arretted him. The plea
was a very difficult one to .establish and
was originated by Col, Temple to whose
successful conducting of it m:iy encosi
urns hive been granle'l'by tils' members of
the profession.' ' "-'OnsKriVEit.
Nashville, Nov- 121603.-,-
Ladies linen handkerchief- at 255, at S.
Sickle?, 17 Union street. nov 5-tf.
Death of a D atlncnlshcrt Methotllst.
Intelligence was received in this city
yesterday, of the death on Monday last, tt
Mobile, Ala., of the Rev. Philip 1. Neeley,
D.D., ono of the most eminent" divines in
in the Methodist Churchy Ssuth. But a
few days since, It was announced' in the
church organ of this city, that owing to ill
health, Dr. Neeley had requested a trans
fer to some, region whose cliuiite was belter
adapted for the relief of the disease under
which ho suffered. The only information
a3 to the cause and manner of his death
yet received, is contained ;in the following
telegram from his wife to a relative at
Columbia: "Philip died this morning at.
nineo!clock." The event, howevtr, is sup
posed to have beea sudden, and to hat e.
proceeded from a disease.of the heart. i j
iBefore attaining his majority the de
ceased entered the Tennessee Conference
at Somerville, Xenn., in 1837, Ho was ad
mitted i:fullfminisieril connection at the
session of the. Cjn Terence held in Nashville
in 1839: aud preached at tho most Im
portant StalionS'lh iudiraits .forUeri years
with great power, and acceptability. In
1849, he was transferred to the Alabama
Conference, and on the division of that
bddy, he was,assigned lo the Mobile Con
ference, which has been the scene of his
llahora ever since. For seven or eight years
past, he lias nueu me oi. rraucu ohwi
ACburch in that city; where he wa3
'cfeatlv .admired by all as a preacher.
"- i.- .s
nf rare, elonuence. and creatly be-.
loved bv his congregation. Ur.
Neelev wss a man of SDlendlU cuts. 11
orators aro born and not made, nature
- .. . . ..t i i . .
fashioneu nim auer ner uigneji ijpc,
t Figure, face and voice, combined to givo
jiliu every raeu nuu gcafcuic, u.j
declaimer,we have never known his supe
rior. His sermons were logical exposi
-lions of gospel truths, fervid wiih the
sdered fire. He spoke through lips
touched with a coal from the living altar
andlefl a powerful impression on hiaaudi-
Jenccs. At one time he was the most
popular pulpit orator in ' the Tennessee
Conference, and at his last appearance in
this city, at tho session of the, General Con
ference of 1S5S, of which he was a mem
ber, his powers were tt their niaxium
His labors in Alabama, and especially in
Mobile, have been eminently useful, and
his death will prove a Bovere loss to the
Methodist Church. South, aud will be
greatly lamented in every community in
Ibe wide circuit of his Conference appoint
ments, where his Christian virtues and;
emtuinetil abilities were displayed.
Who Is Ifo?
The New York Herald of Tuesday last
gives an account of the arrest, for drunken
,ne3s, of a Rebel General, named Ramsay
who was atiacticu' to a uroatiway mm in a
..,,. -r i . ...
subordinate capacity. Speakiog of the ar
rest, that paper says :
This man has had a remarkable history.
Originally he was a Northern men ho
went South before the war. When it broke
out he threw hi3 fortunes in with Governor
Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee, whose
ftiend he was, was commissioned Colonel
of the Fifth Tennessee regiment, anil ren
dered distinguished service in several bat
llee, including the ones above named.
After the war closed he settled in St.
Paul, Minnetota, and became Attached to
a. daily paper in that ci;y. A year ago ho
arrived in this cily, and tho gentleman
who yesterday recogniz:d him at head
quarters found him in Park row in a semi
drunken condition. , Ha was taken to his
hotel and cared for.
The Herald also says that ha is a mem
ber of a distinguished New England fam
ily, and corresponds with and is related lo
some of the ablest statesmen in Conr.ecti
ticut and Massachusetts, and adds: "So
much for hij connection with the Rebel
cause." We are not very inquisitive, but
but would Iiko to kuow whp this remarka
able man is. -. ' -
T o Lccturo Ijist M!i(.
One of the largest and most fashionable
audiences that we have ever seen in Nash
ville, convened last night at Masonic Hall
to hear the lecture of Rev. R. A. Holland.
The gifted divine was liotened to with the
most profound attention, and the only re
gret expressed in connection with the lec
ture was that his eloquent remarks could
not be continued throughout the entire
night. If such could have been the case,
the large audience would have remained
quiet until daylight in the morning.
In this city, ut the residence of the liride'a
rasther, oa tho lith inst., by tho Rev. Thomas
E. SkiDncr. S.P.Cakbick and Mtv Fi orfvcf,
daughter of tho late James P. Clark.
At his Mills, on Escambia Bay, Florida, of
malaria fever, on October 20, 1W.S. Mitt. S.
Fierir, formerly of Virginia, in the thirty
sixth year of his nzo. Tho deceased is a brother
of JII. & B. J. Farrar, of this city.
Thus, in the short space of five month', hao
their family been called upon to Eire uptlirco
of their number, each ono leaving a family.
Truly, "in tho miist of lifo wo aro in death."
Oa Thursday morniju, at 3 o'clock, Kitey,
daughter of Wm. and jlary ltannic, aged two
yoary, iwu months and fourteen days.
Iler funeral H1 take ylaco from their resi
dence, W Church street, this morning at 10$
o'clock. Tho friends of the family afo invited
Iho highest market price will bo paid in cash
for Ton TlioiiHaml Flour Barrels, at tho
Jackson Mill'. Smth Market street.
nov51ra JOHN J- McCANN'.
Banner and Springfield Register copy.
IVhitemm Bros, pay 5K cents per pound, and
l.avo been pnyini? it (or weeks past.
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loivinsit 6oft and beautiful. Tba g.muicoii
eixno.1 WiUinm A. RatrMor. All others aro
incro iuiitatiuus, dDd should teevcided. tJoM
by all I)ruiri;iits a;i lTcrfumfir-' Wtory 81 Bar
clay street. :Ua Yurfc. lai" V-
i:.vtr iprflnl Nottco. itewara of Cnuu
Wrfeiu! Smith's Tonic Syrap has litcn coun
terfci'ej, und tho counterfeiter hruught I" cricf.
smith's tonio strup.
The ecnuito niticlo must havo Dr. John
Bull's private stamp on esch bottlo. Dr. John
Bull only im tho right to manufacture and sell
tha orisinil John Smith's Tonie Syrup, of Lou
isville, Kentucky. Eiamino well tho label on
each bottlo. If my private stamp is not on thu
hotlle, do not parchaso, or you will be deceived.
Seo my column ndverliscment, and rny show
card. I will prosecute anyone infringing on
my right. The cenuino Smith's Tonio Syrup
can tie preparsd only by myself.
BR. JOHN BULL.
I,(.F!STILI,Ea Ky. tf
Property Holders should nover he
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tried, and Reliable" State Insurance
Company of Nashville.
HORNER & G AIT,
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t ttKHHt:. mtrt'Kit, sssir:i I'stui r,
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Grits. Oat Meal. etc.. etc.
.Until Slrcol, Vlncliuintl.
4Purtienlarttttention given to tho purchase
and sale of Grain, Flour, l'rovisiuar, ets.
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A BOGUS COURT.
A Veritable Iruco Paul in Uaibo Ho
Dcfr.iuil.i n Hotel His liiucac,
Wealth nml Family IXtstory by XXlin-soil-.
Happily Nqvt York for a abort time has
been without its sensation of manufac-
turcd bo?us counts, men of imperial
blood and a string of names aa long as
tho moral law, who, having gnllod hotol
jjroiirictor., nvory staoio Koepera, cloth
ing merchants, furnishing stores, etc., to
the tune of thousands, and deceived many
innocent maidens, too readily dazled by
tho frightful lies of those scoundrels, sad
denly end their career of villainy in tho
Tomba or Penitentiary.
Atappuy, it is repeated, there havobeon
few of them recently, but it was not sup
posed that the pleasant abscnes of these,
tne worse ot all 'confidence men, could
long continuo.and this "supposition proved
correct Tho last of such titled gentry,
who in a sup'erativclv chcekv. impudent
apd villainous manner managed to "beat"
every one no met, appeared fit the. -ltth
Avenue Ilotelon Sunday, and fortunately,
although ho has been operating, for some,
timo vithout molestation, has atast come
to crief. It wa3 in this way :
Driving to the door of the hotel auoiit
noon a "loudly" drcssd mart rushed.
through tho corridor, and approaching
the offico said to the obsequious clerk in
attendance that he wished to register his
name. It was done, reading ".Ralph Yon
Count, New Orleans." Uo then stated
that in the next steamer from New Or-
loans his wife, three children, a nurse and
servant would arrive, and as tho vessel
would be in port in a day or two "could
not the obliging clerk arrange that Lo
might lmvo a splendid suite of rooms
'stneo ho was a gentleman of title and
plenty of means ? "Ob, yes, he could
have all ho desired; but the Uount evi
dontly did not reflect that such etorie3, in
polico vernacular, ivero "very thin" and
A fow words more and this centlcman
of royal blood left tho hotel with word
that ho would soon return, which he did
within an hour, and thon again registered
his name as "Ifalph do Lyon, New Or
leans;" but gave no explanation why this
was done. Again tho Count disappeared.
and when next heard of at the Olnce he
was in tho dininjz room of tho hotel with
a known disreputable woman. 'Waiting
patiently until tho meal was finished,
word having mcanwhild been sent to tho
Twenty-ninth precinct and responded to
by detectivo McGown, disregarding the
tales of royal blood, great riches, servants
and baggage of enormous amount, Gount
Lyon was politely asked to pay for the
dinners eaten to "fork over" and then
"get." lie blustered, raved, wanted to
know why a gentleman was treated in
that rufSanly manner in fact, played his
part admirably. Hut the money he had
not, and so Count Lyon, notwithstanding
the royal blood of Prussia flowed through
his veins, went to the station house and
from the narrow cell there to tho Jcffer
eon Market Police Court yesterday morn
ing, where before Justice Hodge theatory
was told and tho Count indicted for the
offence of cheating and defrauding.
Tho appearanco of this distinguished
foreigner, his peculiar style of dress, ses
lected in regard to colors to attract no
tice , his orange necktie, oye-glasses pen
dant from a brightgrcen ribbon, his dirty
white kids and peculiarly brushed Inir
all made up a picture thatovoed a Ksinilc
from the Court and attendants. Unblush
ingly he acknowled his attempt at fraud,
but claimed that ho was a Prussian naron,
that ho had extensive acquaintance with
tho nobility othjurope, tlut he was in.
deed wealthy end that his father is Gen
oral do Lvon. of tho Prussian army, coin
mandant ol a brigade, and that his papa
was very intimate with Count Bismark,
having "often drank whisky wiih hira."
The Count further vouchsafed that ho
had considerable money invested in bust'
ness in this city, and that for many year?.
and ovon at litis time, he was employed
on somo of our leadinc mstropolitan jour
nals. Amon other statements lie also
deolared that because a lady in New
York with whom he was in love tnaricd
whilo ho was away on his last trip, his
friends were compelled to send ntm to an
insane asylum, where he remained eight
Detective McGowaa, alter his arrest on
Saturday, began to mako inquires at the
various hotels, particularly at the St.
Nicholas, as La found upon him a key
oelongmg to that establishment, anu
found that on Saturday night he had
lodcd there nnd decamped without
makinsr anv payment.
Despite his protestations and the shame
that would entail upon him by being
looked up in a cell, Count do Lyon, in de
fault of $500 bail, was compelled to an
swer the chargo at the Court of Special
Sessions. Bidding all "Uoodby as ho
left the court room this distinguished
ucntleman was escorted "below" where
ho will remain in all probability until his
THE COIJSTES-J 3IOXTIJO.
Hon the JIotLor of the frcncli Cm
press Uclmveit Herself llirousl' the
Madrid. October 11. Your own coma-
nondent from Paris asks me to confirm or
contradict the report current on hia side of
the Pyrenees, that " the house of the
Countess of Montijoon the outbreak of the
Madrid revolution was decked out in the
customary trappings of festivity by day
aod lighted up by night; and, moreover,
hung out with flags bearing inscriptions,
' down with the Bourbons !' and 'Lotig
livathq sovereignity ol the people!'" I
arn'hnp'pily in a position both to confirm
and contradict the report that is to
acknowledge the fact in a f.'.rt, and to ex
plain it. Oo the tve of the cvcr-meioor-able
29th of last month, the .Countess of
Montijo received early intelligence of the
results of the afRiratthebridgeof Alcoleo,
and a earning to look out for "squalls"
in Madrid. She was at the time, agreeably
to her yearly custom, at her villa, at Cara
vanchel, about oce league from Madrid,
where she invariably resides till Novem
ber. Her house in town is the Plaza del
Angel, in tho midst of -arrow streets, !n
tho rear of the Palacio de la Gobernactou
at the Piietra del Sol. A, on the occur
rence of Madrid riots, the house iu ques
tion haB more than onco been made con
venient as a base of operations for aomecf
t he contending parties, the countess deemed
it expedient to drive lo town lo put tho
house in good order and make it ready for
service. She victualed it plentifully, as if
for a siege, stowed or carried away what
ever had betttr not be exposed to view,
bade her steward adtnitauy one w)u might
apply for admission and would lake no de
nial, and, having thui prepared-, aud pro
vided for the worst, she called for bar oach
and drove hack to her villa. Tho great
29lh arrived : the sovereign people came,
biw and conquered, ar.il a firco ol
about one hundred and fifty if the "Vol
unteers of Liberty" quirlercd Ihrnnelves
at tlie countess' house, and were none the
worse for her hospitable duspjuuoi. A3
to shew their sense of tho iuln jtiniu
(iritme would have been the word among
the French pikeman of lr, theie good
citizen warriors made up their miud that
their hostess windows ehould cnt aa lirtl
liant a fieore as any of the neighborhood:
hence the lLiirs and draperies, hrr.ee tho
"Vivari'' and "Abaiosf which undo of
what may have been the home cf the
Alvas the very hcadquarieis ul Jacil'iniani.
The Countess heard of the usva h r town
reBidencchad been put to, and die ssent her
Secretary with inr.tra'clIoiH to have that
"all had been dore' by orders from the
revolutionary junta," and the Counters
rould do nothing but submit. 1'. r what
e ncerned herself, the Counteu 01 Mcntiio
went through thee few days of harmless
terror with great equanimity, ijhe ilia
tribiitcd a toore of mukets aniorjg the
men of her household, shut herself up in
her villa at night, and kept open house for
friends hy day, dreading 110 molestation,
It would be well if many of the ro called
stronger sex had shown a good a euun
tenance as this illustrious "unprotected
female." But if k in true, as a general
rule, that women are belter than men all
over the world, it iH particularly h here
in Spain, where the fair ones actually know
how to walk while their mates only creep
or waddle; where (he most delicate dames
and damsels brave, with no other protec
lion lhan their veiN, that redoubted keen
air from the Qundarama hills, agaiost
which stout, strapping fellowp, in the
prime of their youthful manhood, pever
teem to think themselves .eufficiently
wrapped and muffled.
NATIONAL SAVINGS' CO.
T. b..JI ABtt, Pros .. L. Q. TAEB05T. Cash.
Deposits received. Loi3 cegotUtod.
Interest Allowed on Deposits.
ffnllnM ift?i mtiTn nflit a Hin.Ml Tit Vin
lasiness trsns-otod- foctlStf
FINANCE JlW TRAM
?sixes st-Tes 3D oruta skcdritus.
5-IOs, 3d tcriea -., "I..... "lCC
t o ri . . . -
o-ais, n eff issue. - .'0H?
1U-4U3 , loj
Taacesaea Hands... . ... m
. Coupons . jo
Lomsvillo-: flashville B. K. Stock.... 63
Noshville and Chattanooga It. R, Bond. 64
Memphis and Charleston It. K. Stock 4S
Union Bank Stock...-, ...... i
nasnvuie corporation Cuecti 75
Bonds ( Id). 65
South Noshvillo Street K. ft. StwTc--'.L 25
Suspension Bridge Stock. . inn
Davidson -County Coupons-. ,.... 05
Co. Bonds issued ouisvilIoR.E 82
MonUomerr County Bondi!r- g
ast xonnessoe anu v irjinia K.R. indors'd CO
Soil i ok.
DOHISTtO AH1 MEMOS UCBl.lOK
On New York
On Memphis.. ..
On London and Liverpool
On Kdinburgh ..
,..875 per pound.
6 75 "
1P2 per thaler.
60 " guilder
Ve havo made arrangemonos to supply our
customers with Revenue Stamps at the follow
ing low rales, discount payable in stamps, vu :
On Tmrehnaes under 2r Pnr
On .purchases of S3) or morc-2 percent, dis
un purenases ot iaoorroro34
On purchases of $109 or moreSM "
On purchases of 5200 or more va "
On purchases of $500 or moret "
On purchases of iliifi or more fi "
All ordors must beaccompanied by thomoney
or eheck for the amount. tmps will bo sent
by man or express, us directed.
43s. War of 1812
80s. War of 1812
12us, Warof 1813
120s, not War or 1812. .. -
160s, War of U12 .
160s. not War of 1312.
Bank ot Tennessee, old
issue . --.. 26
Planters' Bank par
Union Bank par
Union DiinkCcrt's par
B'k of Chattanooga. 06
Bank of Commerce, par
Bank -of Knosville, 65
Bank of Memphis 95
B'k or Middle Teas, So
Bank of Pari par
Bank of the Union, par
B'k of West Tenn- 30
Buck's Bank- .par
City Bank 65
Commercial Bank 25
Merchant;' Bank par
Northern Bask-. par
OcoeoBant . 12
Southern Bank-. 10
Traders' Bank par
Life A: General In
surauce Co- .-. 10
Bank orCimden SO
Bank of Charleston, 30
Bonk of Chester 03
Bank of Hamburg t8
Bank of Newberry 25
Bank of the tato of
South Carolina 20
Planters' and Me
chanics' Bank-. 20
State Bank. .- 03
Southwestern K. R.. 23
Union Bank ISO
rank of Mobile 00
B'k of Montgomery. 50
Bank of Sekna- 2)
Central Bank 02
Commercial Bank fib
Central K. K. B'k.
Georgia Kailroad Jt
Marino Bank 95
Bank of Augusta 70
Augusta Insurance- 01
Bankof Columtus 18
Bank of Commerce, 05
Bank of the Km; ire
State . 15
Bank of Athi s. 50
Bank of Fulton 40
Bonk of Havarmah. 50
Bankof tho Stataut'
Ocorsia. . .. 13
City B'k of Augusta. 42
Farmers and Me
chanics' Back 08
Mechanics' Bank.. 01
Merchants' Jt Plant
ers' Bank.. 05
Planters' Bank IS
Union ltsnk 05
Commercial Bank 01 1
l!ichan5-fs Bank 07 ,
arcrs' and E-
oaaniro Bank- 01
Merchants' Lank . US
Planter.' li&ck cf
Fair-eld - ... 03
Gold tuok another downward turn in
New York yesterday. The following are
the quotations: Opened at 134, was 134J
at 10:20, 13 at 11, 134 at 11:45, 134 at
noon, 133J at 12:30, 134 at 1:45, 133$ at
2:25, and closed at 133 at 3 p. it.
Dealers here were paying 133 and hold
ing at 134.
Government eecurilies were quoted in
New York yesterday as follows :
U. S. 61 of 'il
5-2Js 1st series. ....
5-2ys 2.1 scries
5-20s 3d scries-.
5-20s new iasuo, '65...
5-20s new issue, 'o7 .;. .
5-23s new issue, 'dS .
London advices of yesterdty quote
United Stales 5-20j at 74.
Exchange on New Y'ork was tsken by
Ihe banks yesterday at discount, and-sold
by them at par.
Tennessee bonds were quoted in New
Y'ork yesterday at G9c for the old and
69c for the new.
There is nothing doing in Nashville
corporation checks, and rales are irregular
Some dealers are oQering to buy at SOc
and others at 75c.
The pales of Southern State bonds at tho
New York Stock Exchange on the 9th
int. were as follows :
T 1B3T BOA ED
S50.&X) Tennessee Cs. new'b c
lO.Wrt do 2de
1,000 Virginia 6, new
10,000 do old
in.OOO K erth Carolina fa,
do 2d c
Missouri 6's .
SI0.WJ Tennessee 6s. old
10,000 do new .
25.( do M e ....
10.000 North Carolina 63, old,
s,ww do ....
5.O0O do new
r.000 Missouri til .,
The sa!e3 at the open board were as fol.
S21.000 Tennessee Gs, new .
10.C(U do old
$43,000 'f ennejsce 6. now
15,D0dSorth Caroliua fis, old....
10.000 do new
10.000 Missouri 0- -
$10,W0 Tennessee 6s, now
The New York World says in its money
atlicle of Monday evening:
Wall street is demoralized by the attitude as
sumed by Mr. McCulloch. first aa a contraction
iit, or what is known technically a3 a "bear" on
the stock market, during the last month, and
now by tho Secretary figurine cs an inflationist.
or bull upm ma iaarKor, ny uispatcnca anu
communications statlnj hia willingness to issuo
$I0,WW,0iM of three per cent, certificates in 01
chanEO for sovernment bonds, and, if need be.
to reissue thi cancclfd $ 4.(-O0,OW) greenbacks.
Speculators have made a rrofitablo use of these
emanations and movements of tho Treasury
Department, first to."bear" and thon to '"bull"
ihe government bond and stock markets. This
has cetn d no. solopenly as to create qnite fli
Itreat public scandal and national discredit as
tbe Treasury Department movements of last
April, whon Mr. Van Uyck, the Assiftant Troas
urer, with $H,0u).0ij surplus currency on hand
refused to relievo tho money market by buying
the ?oven-thirty noten at W which ho bourht
shortly afterwards at lCJ to 110. The Treasu
ry Bepartmont sold S7.4l5.ii.O of Roernmcnt
bondadurinn the month of October, while the
Assistant Treasurer htro and the officials at
Washington denied havinS4luno!o from October
1 to November t. By thes sales of bond and
alio gold the strinstuey in tbo money market
was creally ncsrravated, and tho bankswere
forced to procure crcenbaeks t' meet the drain
fur currency by tbo Treasury Department, by
convcrtins about S15 000 0l)J of tho three per
cent, certificates they held. Tho citrema pres
ture for money caued by theoe Treasury De
partment movements, culminated in tho panic
oa the stock und .overnmenl bond markets last
week, and tho surprise is now that tho Secretary,
after having assisted materially in causing tho
panio, when the worst is over should confess his
ability to havo prevented it. and eheuld propo.'e
measures of inllation whioii at this stage could
bsnefitonly speculates and rejult in perma
nent injury to lesitimate trade. Hotwithstand
ins tho nthcial statements t the contraiy. we
still a (ill or o to the opinion ciprcssed in the
World this morning, thtt Mr. McCulloch will net
reissue thecancelod&reenbacka. audit is doubt
ful also in resard to tho three per cent, certifi
cates. The uncertainty in rejard to the policy
and movements of the Ireasury Department
unscttlti mercantile confidence aud tends to
undermine the national credit. Every interest
is injured thereby, oxeeptins that of speculator
with the requisite information.
The New York Tribune says Mr. McCul
loch must have known for the piet three
weeks that nil husiness throughout the
country was paralyzed by stringent money,
assisted by a lock-up of ten or twelve mil
lions, by a clique of operators who had sold
other people, property, and, in order to
break prices and buy bick at a prftfit, utd
this unprincipled method of doiog it. Mr.
M cCullcch cannot plead ignorance as to
the movements of the Icck-np in money, or
that he was not told that this panic would
bo produced unless he prevented it. A
prominent financier ofKe- York wrote
him In reference to the Iock-np, and told
him the inevitable result, asking, at the
same time, if he could not issue a part of
hi3 550,000,000 in order lo prevent it. IIi3
reply was that He wa3 unable to Issue one
dollar, a3 he had no authority under any
existing lav to do so.
It is nov reported that a high financial
authority in Washington says that for the
preseot no sales of gold or bonds will be
made, but should the .receipts of the' De
partment not ba sufficient for ordinary ex
penses, Van I)yck is empowered lo use
three per cent, certificate.', or new green
backs. Should the prejsure for money for
commercial purposes be so great as to
again make a panic, Van Dyck is author
ized to boy government bonds enough to
relieve the market, and pay for them in
certificates or greenbacks. No issues of
currency will be made, however. The cer
tificates are a legal tender, aod are re
ceivable for all debts due to the govern
ment, save fordnties on customs.
Na-HVixxe, Thursday, Nov. 12.
CottoS". The market opened dnll lo
day, bat closed with slightly improved
feeling at the following quotations :
flnoTtlrdinarr'irZ .''... 1' iIk19
Low Middling 19 &19X
The receipts to-day amounted to 329
bales, with sales of 3G0 and shipments of
ifASHVILE COCTOX STATECENT.
Stock on hand flpL 1, 1363-
Stock on hand , . 92
CbBSi Sales as follows : 100 bnehels in
ear at 50s; 90 do. shelled at 45 and 50; 114
delivered at GGc.
Deled FnntT.Sale3 of 4000 lb?, at 7c
for apples and 8a for quarter peaches.
The shipments to day were large.
Peaut3. Sales of 500 bashels at $1 35 ;
150 do. at SI 37c.
Bacon. We quote clear .aides at ISJc,
with an advancing tendency; shoulders 14
14; connjlr hams 17 and 18$; choice
sogar-cared canvased hams 21 J22; plain
canyased 18 J.
Lard Weakening. "VVe quote in tierce
at 18c; in kegs and cans 1SJ20. As the
season for hogBlaughteriag has commenced,
we look for a material decline in a few
Ho33. Yesterday and to-diy, Messrs.
Hart & Hensley have slaughtered about
150 hogs, aud the pork, packing season with
them has fairly commenced.
Corros Y-.rss'. We contiuue to quote
500s at 20c, CCOj at 18, 700s at 10c.
Raos. Whiteman Bros, are paying 5c.
Feathers. We heard of sales lo-day
of 300 11b. at CO and 67c, according to
Oat Meal. We noticed in tho markst
to-day a lot of Irish oat ine-al, which com
mands 10c par pound.
FLOfR. Market well stocked. Wo
quote superGne $9 50; family S10 5011;
extra family Sll ; fancy S12.
Kice. Best Carolina UUeld at lie
Hominy. Supply fair, which is quoted
at 3(3t4c per lb.
SUGj.it We quote Deiuarara 15151 ;
Porto liico 1314c; Cuba 131 ; stand
ard hards 17c; A Coffee 16c; B do. lCc ;
C eitra do. 15Jc.
Mousses and Sirups Have declined,
a fraction. We quote for common to
Coffee Eio, common to strictly choice
21241c; Java 3340e; Lagoyra 27c
SALT Seven bushel barrels by tbe car
load $4; five do. S3 20.
Fi3n We quote mackerel as follows :
No. 1 per half bbl. 11 ; No. 2 do $9 7o
10. No. S do S3 50 ; No. 1 in kits S3 ; No.
2doS2 75; No. 3 do S2 50.
Iron. Tennesseecommon bar 8c; Ken
tucky do 5c; Tennessee bsnd 1010c
Kentucky do 774c.
BEE3WAX We continue to quole'at 3c.
UV2 STOCK MAKKKT.
Good cattle continne in demand at 2
Hogs ate coming in rather slowly, and
are freely taken at G7c.
Sheep sold yesterday and to day at 1
2 50 per head.
Sales at Morse's stock yard as follows :
Cattle. IIow. Sheep
Total fur two days- 1
HIE COTrOH MARKETS.
Mobile, .Nov. 10.
Cotlon-middIinM2.23; eloscddullat in
side figures; sales 11W hales; receipts 695.
Cbnrleston, !tov. 10.
Cotton dull. Ma lower; stock light; sales 211
hales: middlings 2lUUK; receipts S17 baits;
exports eoastwito 123 bales.
Stivnnnnn, Nov. 10.
Cotton dull and declininr: sales 302 bales; re
ceipts 2M6; middling 23-!4.
Auciistn, Un., Xov. 10.
Cottan active but prices easier; middlings 22J;
s'olcs i ; receipts 650.
.Uacon, On., A'ov. 10.
The market was very quiet to-day, and pricts
v.aii nnt in thn li4t Hnrinp the whole dav.
All offerine was readily taken on the basis of
21o for middling.
Cincinnati, Sov. 10.
' The market is heavy and prices are fully
lower, with some sales 01 muidimcs at i-4e anu
not a very brisk demand at this price. a
quote ordinary at l'JJi2Uc; good ordinary 20;
low middiinc at 21?l2Jc: and middlinir at 'SilA
ti23e per lb.
Louisville, Nov. 10.
. At the reraLir -action sales to-day. 79 biles
-...(T..iv4 nml lii.U nn IS bale! accented at tte
following prices: Middling 21c; low middling
20lOHc; Bood ordinary 194c,
Special to tbe Tnien and American by the
Sonthcrn and Pacific Ttlegraph Line,
Loxdos Xov. li-CunsoIs W 0 2Cs quiet
and steady. '
l.tTrnpnnf.. Nnv. 11 11::5a. u Cotton dall
npIandslUKglld; sales 10.C0U bales. Wheat ?j
9d for red JiiiwanKee. ana ii u ior wane n
fornia. OornSils. fork 9ls.
Ciiii auo.Xiit. 12. Tbo markets opened dull
and h-avy. o. 2 spring wheat down to 31 034
10S'. Corn dull: nothing doing. Oats neg
Ie'ted;otfed at i'lour dull unchanged.
Ksodulh nothing doinj. Ilarley nominally un-cbungL-d
.Mr?s pork firm at t-'ISM W. salM
of old bulk shouldera at 11c. Lard leJic and
dull. Iloga shade hi.her; extra heavy J7 S.?i
gojd to prime J7 37.'775
Xew YorU Mnrltet.
X-W York. Xovemher 12-12:15 P. u.-Colton
uuict- middling not saleable at over 2k. Flour
nuiet and steady. V.' heat l2e lower. Corn in
lair il'iaacd at Si 141 17. Mesj cork quiet
at2l7. Lard dull and nominal. Whisky dull
ot JI (f Petroleum dull at 29J4 far retlned.
Cixcissati. Nov. 12. Itcceiptsof hegsl9i;
ales groas 7V4S. Ureeu meats 'Ye. tide Vm
hann V2K. Lard 13!. l'ork 421. Ilacon-
Lard JjJi. for- uacon
i 13c. Klour quiet and unchanied.
niet, SI 75, SI lii and Si 55 for N.a. 1. 2
'n-n old .lull at S0432. eirandhe?ltd:
new quiet uaiquieio-,,.
r.o. 1 hold atSl .3 in elevator, ltarley dull ard
new auiet 0057. OaH quiet O. Kyenrm:
nnminal; apting Jl 70.
l.Ol'tal 1LC-. Xov. 12 - !j.iJMof 23 hbd. tf to
bacco; luss to cutting loaf f'i20c. Cotton 2lo.
Hon "WQ'Hc grcsr. Corn, old, 859 n new.
55C0j OaU5353c. Wheat $1 StWl SO. llye
SI 2 30 Superfiuo flour S550SK5. Bacon
shoulders 13ki3?io. clear rib sides 17t918e,
clear tides lSi iWKc Whisky, raw, free, il.
tiU LuulM Murket.
St. Liitis. Xov. 12. Superfine .flour $1 5 ft
M. Wheat 510c higher, lid corn TbSSOo
Oats4S51c. l'ork. old, $29 25: new, S-5'0. l!a
con sides lTJlS'c. Lard 15J$c
New York DryKOodi Mnrket.
New York. Xov. 12. Brown muslins 12.:
13e; Thorcdyko is rdueed to 1 shilling; staitl
ard brown iheetings 16c; printing cloths 7
7!-Jc; bist makes prints 12Jc; standard Viyir,
Cochco ant Merrimac ! HJc.
Sew Orlcnnt Mnrket.
New Orleans, Xov. 12. Cotton lower and
weak; mes tiOO". receipts 6533; exports
Gold myjSUlX. Sterling lMKaiW. Xew
York siglit exchange par. at H premium.
ugarSrm. active, and unchanged. Alolassee
aetive, and l2o higher-
BIYES ASH WEfATHEJf.
A. Baker, Cairo
The river was stationary, with four and
a half feet on Harpeth Shoals. Weather
clear and cool.
Tbe A. Baker cleared for .Cairo with a
cabin full of paweogeis, and a very good
trip of freight, inclnd ing dried fruit, cedar-
ware, chestnul, peannU, and miscellaneous
TheTalismao, from Cairo, is dne to-day.
and is the regular packet for return trip on
Saturday at 4 P. M.
The Fanny Brandefa will aanve to
night, and is the regular packet for Uvana
ville on Saturday at 12 o'clock.
The Camelia, front Piltsbnrg, is on her
way to this port.
NEW? FROM OXnEU TORTS.
The St. Louis Democrat of Tuesday says :
Heavy, continuous rain since Saturday
riigbt. Business on the wharf greatly in
terrupted. Iodeed. there was nothing done
in the way of shipping to New Orleans
and not much; elsewhere. The raia is
supposed to have been general over the
Northwest for over 30 hours. River sta
tionary here bnt will rise-. A freshet com -ingdown
the Missouri. Kiver of five feet
yesterday at Jefierson City. Grand river
and others have no doubt swelled simnl
taneonsly. The nppet Mississippi has
swollen at Dubuque beyond all precedent,
exceeding even the Jane rise. It is sa:i
that a fteshet is coming down the Mioses
sota and that heavy rains have fallen in
the upper country. To-day we expect to
hear of the Illinois having joined the
swelling chorus. This rise is singular an d
unexpetled. May there not be eight cr
nine feet to Cairo" by Thursday? Bat the
learned inlriver matters call this oaly a
wave; it comes and goes, aud demoralize
the well-defined channel.
The Wheeling InUlligmeer says
The United Stales Engineer ateamer
Tidioute, dpt. O. W. Rowley, command
ieg, has been lying at this place since Sat
urday morning. The Engueer party
aboard, under T. P. Robert, Assistant
United States Civil Engineer, is engaged
in making a survey of tha river in this
neighborhood, including both Eide of the
Island ; the object of which, we believe, is
to collect such information and details aa
may be useful iu preparing dans for the
improvement of tbe river navigation.
The Cincinnati Gazette says :
In the Court of Common Pleas, yester
day, the esse of Jos. Specht . Dean ii
Hale, was decided by Judge Cox, in
favor of the defendants, l'hree demijohss
of cordial had been shipped here, in 1S61,
on the Alice Dean, which were never de
livered. The defense was that the demi
johns bursled and that there wa no neg
ligence on, the put of the defendants. The
caw was decided accordingly.
One of the largest engineering projects
is to connect the upper Ohio with the Galf
of Mexico bv a shorter route. The prin
cipal link iutheiioc would bea car.ai thirty
miles locg, between the Coosa and Tccnts
Tor I'nlro.Sf. T.onlH. Memphis nnd Sew
'ITIE FIXE PASSKXGKR STKA1I
x Kit Totlmiian. W. Stroko. JU
r..,.. 1v- T" r!.rV Wlll
leavo is above en SA'iTRDA 1 , thaltthit:.
at 4 o cloak ?. u.
For freight or paMMre apply en
WM. BOY I).
en beard, or t j
II AHHISOX iSON.
V. A- PEEBLES. Asen'.s.
For Louisville anil Cincinnati
THE FIXE STEAMER l"nnny
X llrnnl.iH, Cam. Hs.t-Y M l- j
. -n AX.nta Iitt tti-nn f!Urk. wille
leavVas above on .-.ATL'RUAY. tho 7th in t..
ti:s. , , . ,
For freight or i.a3g9 apply op board.ortj
novl3 2t Xo. ti Front Et-;:t
1IARKIS05 & SOS.,
-15 antl AG Front Street,
P0EWAEBING AND COMMISSION
IX Sii J 1IANT .S.
Steamboat and V.ailroad Accct,
rpUROUGH BILLS OF LADIX'.I 1?S; ED To
i- all the principal Nortiera. Lastem, W c
ern and Southern cities by rail and w::rs.
FIEK, JIAUIXK, lICLt AVP IN LAS t
TmnspefttU RiU tken a; e, i:
Oaca Ooaood A'littoual Ban- U j- ' -CoileffO
lJMm fjitly a)itel at 1 :
JOI1X LUJI3DBX, PreshlBt.
11. S. FRENCH. Vico Preidet
JOSEPH XA31I, Secretary.
His Brow was Furrow'd and His
Eyes .wore Dim.
IIIs btow was furr&w'd aad his eyes tvera ilJ ,
His bead was beat as if in Vensire thou ht,
His hat was shabby, and ne dubt to him
Reenrr'd the tima wha that samo m v-t
But medltatw-nj rach aa them ean't bea'
A broken ehaptemjt, or a crasium urc-
Cr giro sash easa as only thoja can foci
Yho get their hats froia
Fun .nmlj Viutirclln,,
W. O. 2U- 31. Briru.Jr
Altuiiibs J C..unrtel!Krt at Law
SO. 7l Mixrll t'liKUKY STIttlT
JAMSS WHELES3 & CO.,
Cotton itn.l Tobbnrru Factors
Crt nmt H Nitulti 'ull ae SI roe t,
WILL GIVK Sl'SCIAJt ATTENTI j': T
alt bu;ie eotrtt-trtt tw flinr ;-Ate
W. IL iiioi-gsui, M.I). B.D.S.
11 AS KKri'KNKIt'tli rut. im
Office: Xo. 117 t'.'iur.-U Jtrfrt. hi il'.c i a
f.i nnnNB AXI TWy year 1 1.0
,VUj vinN of Ihe taos t popular Vir
ty in the couutry, among tho
Concord and Ives1 Secdtiirji,
being now moro generally phtnted tii r r
1'hose withlng te plant t VISi'ARXO I-s
fill and winter, had better send in their c ;c. -mon
if they want tu be supplied with t.
Vines, not grown under gls.
u. w. U. MljL.
rostctee. Nashville. c-
STRAYED OR STOLEN,
EROJI OUR BACK PRSMISKS. N O. N 1
corner t'ablic Square, on nr about t o i
ofOctsher. a brack raaro mule, about t
hands high, trimmed raaao and tail, cm-'. r
nine years old. A reward of tea (.$10 ' t;
paid lor the mate, or iaferMntUm that w. I
cure ber retan. WltfEBMAX Btt' .