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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1670.
railroad TIME TABLE.
GOING BOUTH NashTllle and Decatur traits
I sirs station on South Cherry street t 10:00 . .
tad I .SO p. u. No trtn Sunday morning.
Accommodation 3:30 r. M., (noes to Oolcml.U).
rralns arrireat 4:30 A. M. and 3.U0 r. M. Accom
modation at 9 .-09 a. m. ....iim.iil.
boalNVillo mid alivlllo KHrutJ.
Jtlsr,. . 011 . r. and 10:20 r.
ti..hii ii.mi 8:30 A. M. and
6:15 r. m.
SoYfVdgM tr& tare. NhvlUe at 3:50 P.
MSdarrtire. Gallatin at 6:20 P. K. every day
eWljd8ncld and Kentucky 1U It.
Uave KaahvUle. 6:30 A. M. and 1 :C0 P. M
Arrive at Nashville 8:50 A. x. and 6:50 r. M
Naslivlllo and Chattanooga If. U.
Tjoare NashTllle 3:30 A. m. and 0:15 r. M.
Arrive at Nashville 5 .-00 a. II. and 1:30 p. M.
The 9:30 a. M. train from Nashville docs not run
gnclbyvillo Accommodation Train.
Arrlvea atHashvUle - 1":15 M-
Leaves Nashville .3:30 P.M.
Noshvillo and Northwestern Itall-
I'aaeenger train leaves Kuhville....
Accommodation leaves Nashville. . . .
Passenger train arrives at Nashville
.1:30 p. M.
.5:30 P. M.
,.4:30 a. m.
10:00 a. m.
Accommodation arrives at Nashville
A tost trial of the Montgomery skate will
be had to-morrow evening at No. 12 Smith
Block, Church street .
The Mississippi diarrhoea cordial is a
rare combination. It cleans the foul and
acid matter from tho system, and invigo
rates the constitution.
Hemember that Mrs. Mary L. Dunn will
reopen her school at Vauxhall street, near
Rroad. on Serjtember 1st.
Glossy ringlets produced by tho elegant
ly perfumed Louisiana Creole hair restorer.
The Magic Arnica is the best horse lini
Sea tuTTorlisnmnnt of colored teachors
wanted. Apply at Hermitage Depot, Ton
nessoe and Pacific railroad.
Rnnnial rfif nrpnrn in mado to the adver.
tisement of J "W Wilson & Co., wholesalo
cooking stove and tinware dealers, No. 22
PxiUePfi Klreet Their stoves and wares
are of tho very best, and are sold at the
lowest prices. They also have a superior
assortment of fruit jars, cans, etc , which
thev offer cheao. Give them a call, as
vou will find it to your interest to do so.
For bargains attend Yeatman, Shields &
Co a. sale this morning.
Rev. G. "v7. Griffin will preach in the
Central Baptist Church this evening. Ser
vices at 8 0 1 clock.
This Court met again yesterday morn
ing, but transacted no business of conse
quence. The Metropolitan Police casevas
We heard the following question pro
pounded yesterday. Why will Gen. Grant
be always regarded as President of the
United States? Ans. Because he will
always be called the mcnt-President
Through to Lebanon.
Wo understand that work is being pushed
vigorously on the Tennessee and Pacific
railroad, and that before long the cars will
be running through to Lebanon, making
regular and unbroken trips betwoen Nash
ville and the City of the Cedars.
The work of furbishing up and improv
ing the appearance of tho Capitol building
is still being carried on. A numberof
hands were engaged yesterday in cleaning
and brushing the walls and floors, and
brightening the face of things generally.
There will be a social church meeting at
Elm street Church this eveningjat 8 o'clock.
All the members and friends of the church
are invited to be present The choir will
discourse some excellent church music,
followed by addresses by Bishop McTyeirre
Tho European War in America.
A difficulty occurred, Sunday, near the
comer of Line and College streets, bo
tween Phillips, an Irishman, and Kalsfield,
a German, in which tho latter was pretty
badly bruised up. Tho affair originated in
a controversy upon the state of matters on
tho Rhino. "Let us have peace."
Barney Hughes credits Dr. A. K. Taylor,
of Memphis, with saying that "in his long
experience as a physician he has found that
everybody wants to go to heaven, but it is
astonishing how much nauseating and dis
agreeable medicine they will take first"
Ex-Governor Isham G Harris was in
the city yesterday.
CoL Monday and Col. Turner, of Gal
latin, were among the visitors to tho city
Hon. W A Quarles is a guest at the
Death or an Old Citizen.
James B Connelly, an old and woll known
citizen, died in this city on Saturday evens
ing last, in tho 82d year of his age. Mr
Connelly was a silversmith and a jeweler,
and carried on business for many years.
During the Indian war he was a member
of Jackson's body guard and served with
distinction. Ho was a quiet and respected
citizen, and his death will be regretted by
the old citizens in particular, of whom
thero were many warm personal frionds.
We regret to state that the condition of
Dr. J. E. Manlove, who has been very ill
for some time with flux, is considered hope
less, his recovery being despaired of. Late
yesterday evening he was gradually sink
ing, and possibly before this reaches our
readers his disembodied spirit may have
winged its flight to tho etornal world. At
its recent session in this city, he was elected,
as President of tho State Medical Associa
tion, and is widely known and highly es
teemed, both in professional and social
The Appeal says: "Our old and esteemed
friend, CoL Wisdom, of the Jackson Wag
and Tribune, was, we are happy to learn,
last week appointed by Chancellor Fen
tress Clerk and Master for "tho Chancery
Court for Madison county. This is an ap
pointment that ovorybody will indorse.
The gallant witty, genial Wisdom is cer
tainly entitled to all of good tho world can
give. As Clerk and Master of Madison he
is the right man in the right place. A well
read lawyer and good business man, ho
will know how to answer, as he will cheer
fully, the wants of his people. Wo hearti
ly congratulate him."
There has been for some timo in opera
tion at Clifton, in Wayno county, on the
Tennessee river, a manufactory of tho
Clifton Cement. It is gratifying to noto
inn fact that it has proven a complete suc
cess in every rogard. Tho establishment
is owned by enterprising citizens of this
place and vicinity, and we understand that
its capacities are to be incroasod with ad
ditional outlays of capital. Tho comont
has given unusual satisfaction wherever
used by builders and contractors. In fact
we regard tho testimony as to tho merits of
tho Clifton Cement as being conclusive.
It is given by gentlemen of enlarged practi
cal experience, and could not well be
stronger. It is pleasing to noto tho suc
cess of the many and varied manufacturing
establishments being in operation in our
The Orphans' Home.
Wo leam from the Somorville Falcon
of tho 11th inst, that the supper and con
certs given by the ladies of Somorville, as
sisted by Mr. A. G. Morrow, agent of tho
Confederate Orphans' Homo at Clarkaville,
for the benefit of that praiseworthy institu
tion, at tho Female Institute last week,
woro a complete success in every particular,
and tho sum raised qnito largo for a small
town that had already been heavily taxed
for charitablo purposes. Tho entertain
ment on Thursday night consisted of a
splendid supper, beautiful tableaux, excel
lent music and interesting charade?. The
vocal and instrumental music furnished for
the occasion by tho Somervillo String and
Cornet Bands, and some of our talented
young ladies, was delightfully swoot and
inspiring. By request of tho citizens the
concert was repeated, ana we unuerstanu
that upward of $300 was realized for tho
Homo from tho two entertainments.
County Statistics Popu
rrablish tho census returns.
from various districts as reported to the
United States Marsual at tne capiiou mo
thirteenth and seventeenth districts havo
heretofore boon published, as havo also tno
wards of the city, comprising tho first dia
There are some districts which have not
yet reported, viz: the fifth, eleventn,
twelfth, fourteenth, sixteenth, twenty-un
and twonty-socond districts. When those
shall havo reported, which will be before
long, the returns ror tne enure cuuuij ;
be complete. The following are the dis
tricts which have reportea :
Number of bouses
Number of families
Colored males..., ;
Number who cannot read
Who cannot write
Number of blind
Deaf and dumb .....
Value of real estato
Number of dwellings.
Who cannot read
Cannot write :
Value of real estato
Number of Dwellings
Number of families
Deaf and Dumb
Value of real estate .- ', $G35,723
Number of families
White males ...
Whito females .'.
I Cannot read
Value of real estate $323,055
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Value of real estato ,
Numbor of dwellings
Number of families
Whito males ,
Cannot road ,
Value of real estate ,
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Total population ,
Deaf and dumb ,
Value of real estato $2,111 ,C28
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Value of real estate $2,500,000
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Black females ,
Deaf and Dumb
Value of real estate $289,100
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Deaf and dumb
Number of dwellings
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Value of real estate $339,040
Personal property 193,4-4
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Deaf and dumb
Insane , 3
Cannot read 34 C
Cannot writo 39G
Value of real estate $525, C80
TWENTY- rOUKTU DISTIUCT,
Number of dwellings
Number of families
Value of real estate i$159,870
twenty nrini disteict
Nambor of dwellings
Number of families
Cannot read -
Value of real estate 3 27,90 j
Tub negroes are dying c Alt with un -
preccdented rapidity in and a coaad Jack-
- Eonvillc, Ala.
Negro Man Shot and Killed.
Another bloody tragedy occurred be
tween tho hours of twelve and one o'clock
on Saturday night The ovent happened
near five miles from the city, on what is
known as tho Chicken Hun Pike. It ap
pears that a negro ball, that was largely at
tended, was given at tne promises 01 Arcme
Moss, colored, who lives in that vicinity.
An it has become quito common of lato for
the negroes to go armed, many of them
earned pistols and knives to tho gathering
Their dancing and hilarity was protracted
to unreasonably lato hours, and although,
as we are informed, there was no drinking,
the sable participants, became quite bois
terous, and a general meloe ensued. Dur
ing the earlier part of the night, a negro
named Isham Noel had killed a dog be
longing to Moss, wbefeat the latter became
indignant, some ouier dontcey in tne
crowd informed Moas that it was noei wno
killed his dog. The disturbance at once
commenced in vigorous and furious style.
Moss, as we learn, threatened chastise
ment to the party who had depnved mm
of his canine. Noel, being informed erf
this, excitodly drew his pistol, saying,
Yes, 1 Killed Moss dog, ana a a mm,
m kill him too." This was in a crowd,
and several gathered hold of Noel, trying
to restrain him. He told them to let him
go or he would shoot among those who
had hold of him was a negro man named
Lewis Provine. He told Lewis to let him
go. This the latter did not do, but en
deavored to get his pistol from him. Du
ring the senfile, and. while Provine was in
a stooping posture, Noel brought his pistol
down and fired. Tho ball entered the top
of the' head and ranged downward, killing
Provine instantly. On Sunday morning
Coroner Brien was sent for and an inquest
was held, which rendered a verdict in ac
cordance with tho facts. Noel was prompt
ly arrested and brought to the city. Yes
terday evening he was arraigned before
Justices Brien and Hinton, who requirea
him to give $5,000 bond for his apperrance
before the Criminal Court, in default of
which he was committed to jaiL
Tho match between the Nashville
and I.oiio Star of New Orleans.
The Lone Star Club of New Orleans, the
champions of theSouth, arrived here Sun
day morning, at 9 o'clock, from Louisville,
and played the Nashville Base Ball Club
yesterday evening at the Fair Grounds, in
the presence of about 1,200 people, the
Lone Stars winning by a score of 18 to 14.
The fly-catehing of Leo Moses in the center
field was splendid, capturing 4 flies. Smith
played first base well. Sullivan caught in
his own usual way, taking everything in
that came along. Bielly played short stop
splendid, especially on the fourth inning,
in which he muffed a fly, purposely forcing
two men off bases and pulling them out
Thev did not pitch as effective as usuaL
Thebault of the Lone Stars is a magnificent
catcher ; bo is Scott. Condon is a very
swift pitcher. Johnson played well on
first. Waterman led the score at the bat.
Below is the ocoro in full :
LOXE UTAH. OUTS. BUNS. NASHVILLE. OCTS. SUSS.
Scott, x r ....1
Schwartz, 2 b4
Johnson, Ib. ..3
Waterman, 3 B..1
Bedon, nr.. ...3
Carson, c F-....1
Tracey, s B......5
Blley, s B-.-Li
L. Moses, c F..1
Boated, L i- 3
J. Moses, 2 B..4
Kelley, p 4
Smith, 1 b 4
Johnson, 3 b.. .2
Sullivan, c 2
12 3 4
5 6 7 8 3
Lone Star ...
iy ' . ,. t o... r.
Left on Bates . ' . 4 .
Umpire, S M Clark.
Scorers, John F Farrell, Nashville B. B.
C, and P Cooley, Lone Star B. B. 0.
Time of came. 1:45.
The Lone Stars left for New Orleans last
evening. They will visit Nashville again
next season, and play with our Nashville
ninb. Everybody was surprised to see the
Nashville's play so well, this being the first
time that this nino played together, and
with nrachco and a few changes will mace
one of the first ametour club3 of the coun
German Patriotic Aid Society.
Tha finmian Patriotic Aid Society of
Nashville was organized last Sunday and
the following officers elected:
Dr. B, Knaffl, President
O W Klages, Vice President.
Tboo Trauernicht, Secretary.
John Kuhm, Correspondent Secretary.
Tjonia Pfeiffer. Treasurer.
Rxfinntive Committee, Chales Nelson,
Charles Breyor, N L Fallen, C C Giers and
Tt TT Wnllman.
Over.500 have already been collected
by the committee since its organization.
Jackson Wilson, colored, was arraigned
before Justice Cassatty yesterday evening,
under a peace warrant from his same bet
tor half, Ann Wilson. xne uccuseu
discharged on the payment of costs.
Ex-Mayor A. E. Alden, was appointed
TWnt,r Marshal on inoay by umieu
o.L Moroni Harrison. This appoint
ment will not conflict with the labors of
CoL Minor, as tho two, we learn, win un
charge the duties in conjunction.
A test trial of the Montgomery Skate
will be made to-morrow evening, ai t
o'clock, at No. 152 Smith Block, Church
street .Ladies ana genuonieu mo icaire
fully invited. Admission tree. it
Thn Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial code
Wnna in ono two CTeat and sterling attn-
hntoo. it in nt the same time, an alterative
tkr,n. It cleanses the foul and acrid
mnT fmm the svstem by dispersing su
perfluous bile, and thea invigorates the
oHtntinn by restorinK the appetite and
rivinc a healthy tone to the digestive ap
paratusnobly seconding nature to com-
n1An Vn nnTA
i ai 1A AT onofi Aln XL
bold oy tiitt buio ijiupiowio, w"10""-"
Hicbee, -wholesale druggists, Memphis,
Tenn., and by all respectable druggists and
Twin. Pfindloton &Co Nashville, whole-
cola nrrontfL H
MISS BlAltr Ii. DUNN
Will re-open her school Thursday, Sept. 1,
On Vauxlinll Street, Near Broad.
Wnr friTihp.r nartlcnlars. apply at No. 71
South High street
augll eod tf
Tho common Bramble is the emblem of
envy, and is worn by those who witness the
glossy ringlets produced by the use of the
elegantly perfumed Louisiana Creole Hair
Two city lots very cheap. Apply to
W. M. McCarthy,
aulG tf Committee, 10 College st
Thn Macric Arnica Liniment cures char-
bone . on horses, and is altogether the
best and most serviceable horse liniment
Cheap kindling, yellow pine and hard
wood for stoves, furnished by the Isashvillo
Stove Wood Kjo. umcu m mu omuu,
Commercial Hotel, Cedar street, where all
,,i , he filled. Hard wood and pine,
ii Sl.ffl: cedar per load, 61.75:
saw dust Si. Good wood and large loads
guaranteed. Edgefield office, Pitts stable.
A Word to the Afflicted.
Use Fahnestock, Haslett & Schwartz
(formerly B. A. Fahnestock & Co.'s) Pure
White iieaa, ii cuuum m u-m"
rpv n v fialton's Dyspepsia Remedy,
if vou wish to be relieved from that bane
rtf Ufa mnirjesuuu.
Gent's fall style Silk nats just received
X.Li 1 iX. Hiii.wJ"-
Jno. J. McCann'a "Gem of the Burg
and "Swan's Down" Flour is on sale at J.
Jungermann & Co.'s., 31 Pablic Square.
fcilional Savings Cmnfmny.
SifVct cy ei " i, ami 1 alt reel Allowed
ltTfcon, lotus tjotcotiatfil, oollectfoim in ado, and
ttuifciJiii lnwiuatw train arted. oclG tf
FIXU'CK A Si) TRADE.
Gold opened in Now York yesterday at
117J, declined to 1105, nnd closed at 117.
Dealers here were paying 11G, and were
holding at 117A, with very little doing.
exchange on Mew iorx is bought by the
banks at par and is sold by them at pre
Government securities aro as follows:
United S'.a'.ea six per cams ol l.t.i .114J
Ftve-twsaty bonds CI1SS2 Ul'aJ
Flvo-tweaty bonds of IS. . . 1!0.4
Fitro-twenty bonds of 1S05 . . ..lluji
FtTB-twontlcs, newlwuc, 1M5 . ..103
FiYts-twentto, now iasuu, 18u7 . ...100;;
I"lye-twentl68, now Lisa 4, ltd . ..lOTJi
Onrrency Slit. 1HX
London advices of yesterday quote 5-20a
of 1862 at 87; 18G5's at 8G; 1867'sat 85, and
10-40'a at 81.
Tennessee Bonds are quoted in New
York at C2o for the old, and Clc for the
Bank of Tennessee monoy is quito dull
and in vory little demand. Doalers pay
70c and sell at 73c in1 the dollar.
State warrants aro still on the market.
and will not sell at over 70c in tho dollar.
Southern Honda in New TCoxk,
Tho sales of Southern State bonds at the
New York Stock Exchange on tho 11th
inst. were as fellows :
2S,CCW Virginia six per cents, now. ...C3
6.000 North Carolina old bda. 43V
26,0(0 North Carolina old bds. K
6,WAI Mortn uarouna ,oiu uus.
2,000 Missouri six per cents, 90'
1,000 Louisiana six per cents :..73
1,000 Jxralslana eight per cents, levee bonds...78
The sales on the 12th inst were as fol-
19 rvn TAnnfwfl six ner cents, new. 62
10,000 Tennqsseo six per cents, new, 62 X
10,0 0 Tennessee six per ccuia, now
12.000 Qeorgia seven per cents 91)f
5,000 Worth larouna six per cenis, new oua
i tcfi Missouri six cer cents. II & St. J iss 90X
10,000 Alabama eight per cents, railroad bds.. Mi
i mn Vnrth Carolina old bds 50
a mn North Carolina Fundinc Act 'C8. 33V
1,000 North Carolina six per cents, new 31J
1,000 South Carolina stx per cents, new, jan.
and July..... .... "-72
r vn Miasnnri six ner cents. H. i'St. Jo. Iss.
..-v- . . - - ' ,fai
con. ooniis... -
Colfcc and Tea Trade.
The effect of the war in Europe, in pros
trating trade, and withdrawing purchasers
from the market is in no branch of busi
ness more seriously felt than in groceries.
The London Grocer refers to this release at
length, and speaks as follows of coffee and
The sudden and alarminc collapse in this
market is almost without a parallel in the
records of the nresent commercial panic.
The exnort of these articloshas always been
the foundation of an extensive and popular
trade between this country and the conti
nent, and within the past fow years it has
been exDanued in an asionisniDR ueRree.
Moreover it has been kept exclusively in
German and other loreicn hands, who,
being closely connocted with tho war-like
measures now approved of across the chan
nel, have m many cases been compelled to
break off all commercial dealings and start
at once for the dofenso of their ancient
fatherland. The consequence of this unex-
I nected interruption to businoss can be but
i ., . ,t rn, -;l,,ll f
a large and influential body ot buyers at a
moment's warning, and importers eager to
sell the abundant supplies that are pressed
forward in tho middle of the season, must
result in the goods being pushed eff at
nnces which more resemble tnose oi a
sacrifice than a decline. Plantation Cey
lon, which is a favorito description with
shippers (whonover they are in the mar
ket;, and is very pienuiai at present, nas
therefore been most soverely depreciated
in value, as, begiaos tno reuueuou uiai
took place last week, there has since been
another fall of 10s tol2st'cwt; middling
aualitv. for example, not being now worth
more than about COs. Public sales during
the last three days havo been quite sus-
rjended. and the quantity sold (by which
the drop above noted was established) has
been such a meie trifle that the quotations
we give in our usual place must be con
sidered as only approximate, and based on
tho foregoing remarKs.
The American urocer aiso discusses me
snbiect from the same standpoint, and
Already the euect oi ims uepression in
tho London market has been felt here in
those coffees cominc from the East But,
fortunately for us, our principal source of
coffee supply Itio is not directly suo-
iected to the difficulties presented above,
- . . . j :,, i i
and hence we nave not, anu iu uui nave
the fluctuations and depressions in our Itio
coffee martlet experienced abroad in other
kinds. Nevertheless, there is too much di
rect business connection between Bio and
Europe for us to expect that this market
will escape tho influence.
The tes market cannot oe bo iuucu ai-
. . , e
fectad by the war, except as the general
ability of tho people to buy is impaired.
The Enclish tea market has been extreme
i . - , - l-i i .
Iy dull lor somo time, ana is iiseiy so 10
continuo while the London merchants and
dealers are quarrelling over weights and
tnrA Onr own market 13 quiet and but
little influenced as yet.
V.Toxi and firain MarKcts in JL,np
Mark Lane Eijyrens, of July 25,
The bright weather of tho previous week
has been lollowed by a continued tropical
hunt. The meadows nave once more lost
their green, and thoso who deferred cutting
their crass witn ins nope oi a ueiior gauuu-
. . . . 1 .If - 1 1 X .1
inr have had about nau a iouu iu mo uuru,
instead of a quarter, as experienced by
those who mowed early; but tho produce is
more like oat straw than sweet hay, and
has been so denuded ol its seeds oy waiting
that itq oualitv must bo very inferior, and
nearly all hopes of a second crop have now
died away, xne root crops ui u bcuuud
i, ipadfinod. and thouch the early potatoos
have been of fine quality, they havo yielded
badly, whilo the late are iiKeiy to oo worse.
But tho com which has reached maturity
will be gathered in the finest order, should
wonthor keen dry. and wheat wo have
no doubt, will be a full average produce, if
not more. All spring gram must uo buuii,
oonAinllv oats, beans and peas. In South
ern Europe and France they aro in full
swing with the gatherings, and the lament
in Hungary i3 want, not only of hands, but
f or.ViinfiH to do so much work at once.
If ever there was a season that exhibited in
its ttue Hcbt tho smcioai ana outrageous
character of war, this is tho one the smil
inc but scanty cornfields being a standing
.c;f ocrninst tho murderous art; and yet
strango to say, tho very countries on tho
verce of this deadly strife do not show an
excitement in the corn trade equal to what
1. . Inuf TTtaMr linn disnlaved in tne lintisli
Toio Tr, nnnnfi wo were tho slowest coun.
try to move; and though happily not at war
ourselves, we havo so exaggerated tho diffi
culties of procuring supplies that our
Trans-Atlantic cousins will now find wo
have exceeded themselves in what we havo
hitherto called going ahead. Several places
in the country reported a rise of 10s t
riont in snito of the most
l UUtibUl W" " J
favorable weather; but tho avorage scarce
ly exceeds half that amount, and prices
must be considered as entirely unsettled,
i.-.i. r,.i nt bomo. till ovents more
i;1t, irwiiVntn tho future. Much rain is
fi ,i .,r,ii fin's come during the
o h( Tine iniebt be justified
" nf Should finally fix on
an advanco of 7s V sack, when some of
them thought 3s enough, we must leave to
the depths oi uieir iauiuc.
The arrivals oh mo euaa.
were Gl cargoes; of wmch 15 cargoes were
1 wxicau w i""Vi " . -
1 1 III' winlTA It. I Dintl V. U1IU V uuwvw.
54s; Taganrog wmter ais auju;
-553 SaxonskaSOs 0d52s M; Polish Ws
.A.' ht;,- r.i -orrrnes. at 21)S3GS lOd;
- l I .2 - I Ihi inn
beans, 1 cargo, black, at 00s Od; y "
' ,?..Vn-n.Tr tit 01; fiffl28s Gd:
"" '."I, fif'G Gffl28s Ud:
cargoes anu A,wHr.-- ,rhKnlpHOf
oats, lb cargoes, "-- M
Kntjlish wheat noieu iaai. nv-on . ,
ingusu Muutti." ..
quartcrs, at ys cu, utuia.
, Flour. 13.000 bbls, at 2Gs27s Gd; wheat, quote at IGjb for ?.iTfiS
17 carpoes in all. viz: Bed winter o- ouia- zuo ior clear nD; ciear wura
wSriWfiq 6d8tf6s; Berdianski47s bacon 20c; choico sugarured hams 27c;
i "i-o m,;.Vo .Harm I m. nrn ..nrV ns.fu lor mspocuju:
1 AloMnnnnnl -UlKl l13t v... . , mtuuitu wow .
r rri inU. flhilinn
at 60s 2d, in 18G9. The London averages
were 55s Gd on 2,2Gl quarters. 'Iho im
ports into the Kingdom for tho week end
ing July 10 were 801,774 cwts wheat, and
92,511 cwts Hour.
'tunbtivlllo Cotton .tSnrket'.
Cotton Markoi dull imd nominal, ns
Oood ordinary U W
'yiw mWdUuf 15X'41C
The f.illovk iug is a Mimmary of the trans
actions of ihe day:
Peoeips. 23 .
SASSVILLS COTTON STATXMT!
Stoei cn hand SspL 1, 1869. ...
Ueceived to-day 28
Received previously . -6CE08 50836
Ktoct oahanu -
The following ara tho cotton quotations
received at the National Savings Company,
corner Union and College streets, where
cotton, gold, bond and stock quotations
aro received hourly, and are always acces
sible to the public:
LrvEis-ooL, 11:15. Cotton market quiet;
salca 10,000 bales; uplands 88jd; Or
Hew Ions, 10:25 Uotton quiet-
New York, 12 Cotton dull and prices
unchanged; ordinary 14c; good ordinary
10c; low middling 180, uplands 140; gooa
middling 2lc; Mobile 19jc; Orleans lOjc.
August delivery 17J and 17jc; September
delivery lCc; October lGja
New York, 2:25 uotton uuu ana prices
unchanged. August delivery 17gc; Sep
New Yoke, J uottcn dun and prices
unchanged. Bales S50 bales lor spinning.
Au crust delivery 172c: September lGjc.
Liverpool, 3 Uotton nnner; saies iz,uw
Nashville I'rovision JHarkeu
Market quiet and firm. We quote packed
from Rtore as follows:
Baoon Clear sides 18 jc; shoulders I5jc;
country hams 1920c
Choice Hams Hart & Hensley's celo-
brntftd G. O. O. 2525ic
TiATtTv Choice in tierces, ibo: Kegs,
19jc; 10 pound caddies, lajo, 8 and 6
pound caddies, 20c.
rvnviivllln Produce Klarltet.
nnnow Cons Eeceipts liberal, and sales
at 40Go 3 Ib. according to quality. When
baled, ready for shipment, lo ? tt more is
obtained. Shipments to-day of 20 bales.
Dried Fruit Beceipts of small lots to-
dap, apples opening at 4c, and 5c for quar
ter peaches is ouereo.
Knaa unvers are not paying uvct ou.
Butter Good country butter is higher.
We quote at 2022c.
iTrasma we auoie at ouc
Feathers Strictly prime command 70c.
Hay Wo quote at 26.00 ton.
Bran We quote at 18.00 ? ton.
HtTTPflTmr We auota at $30 V ton.
Beeswax The market is dull, and deal
ers only offering 30c
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Middlings Are neia at iju ma.
Kaqs We quote at 44Jc
Wool Wo quote burry at 1520c ; nn-
nmnhnd without burs 2526o: washed
without burs 35S7o.
Cotton Seed Wo quoto from wagon at
.50c per 100 lbs, or 10.00 per ton.
Nashville Flour and liralxi Market.
Flour Market activo to-day, as iouows:
Knnerfinn 5.O0fS5.50: extra 6.50b.UO;
family G.50; fancy 7.00. Shipments to-day
of 240 bbls.
rvmv Meat-We auote at 1.20 for loose
unbolted and 1.25 bushel for city sun-
dried. Shipments to-day of 300 bushels,
Corn Shipments to-day of 300 bushels
1.07 ti bushel, sacked and delivered in
f- ... . r . AAil 1 1
wheat itecoipis to-oay OI l,OUU uuauoia,
nnd sales at nrices rancme from 90o to 1.10
for Mediterranean to white. Shipments of
Oiw-Vo auote at 40(2)50c for the new.
Shipments of old at 75c, sacked and de
livered in depot
Barley Wo quote at Gosuc, accoraing
rv.-iktivillc nrocerv BlarKoU
Suqab New Orleans I2l4c; Deme-
rara 14c; standard naros lojts-iojc; a.
coffee 14414 Jc; Bdo.l414Jo; Cdo.l3j
Coffee Market very arm witn an ao-
tAndp.nev. We auota Bio. com
mon to choice, at 2123c; Laguyra 23c;
Molasses and amurs We quote sirup
5075c; golden sump 75c.
Kicz Wo auote best uarouna immiiic
811.T LaverDoolsack82.75: seven bush
el barrels by the car load, ; nye anu
a half do. S2.67.
Teas Imperial 1.402; Young Hyson
$2.25; Black $11 50; Gunpowder $1.G5
Fran Mackerel Nos. 2 and a, i ana
S15 barrel: in kits. Nos. 1,2 and 3
3.2J5. S2.50 and 82.00.
' . - 1 . , rr . . T",
Cheese we quoto lacioiy at xo ; xig-
lish dairy, none.
Natta Wo auote at .tu ior lwis.,
sdditional for diminishing crades.
Candles Star, light weight, ij14c
Powder DupontG. 75 ; Hazard'sSG. lo !
. , . - a, rr r . C tnV inn fact 7Rn
shot latent 2.su : duck a-. to.
Liquors Common rectified whisky V
frallon. S1.14 : Eobertson County $1.75
2.75: Bourbon Sl.255.60; Lincoln
County S1.752.25; Highwines $1.07.
Sundries Blacking, ? doz, 4075c,
Washboards S2.7S t doz : Buckets, ? doz.
$2.502.75. Tubs $4.50 nest Starch
7c Candy assorted buck ieo , v
pound; fancy assorted 20c pound.
Snuff $7.75 ? box for Garrett's packed.
HTnhPs S8.50 per. case. Pepper 35c
SniftnSOc Ginner 20c Oysters $3.50
case for one pound cans; $5.50 9 case for
two pound .cans. Canned' peaches two
pound cans, $2.75 V doz. boda b$7o.
unTnnnnh. Rn AutT. 13.
Butter Fine qualities continue in de
mand, prices firm and stocks fair. We
quoto choice Goshen 3840c; good do. 33
(asr.e: cookinc 2030c
Corn The demand is much off, prime
white being about the only description
called for by factors, and that in a very
small way. but millers are constant con
sumers and auito recularly in the market
A large prospective supply at lower cost in
duces holders to place their stock on tie
mnrlifit nt n rfidnction from the high prices
obtained last week, though the scarcity of
... ... 1 -A t--
prime white at all the supply pomia uuu.va
the quotations below likely to obtain for
some timo. We quote white for milling
1.451.47i, and held in a small way from
store at 1.50 1.55; Maryland yellow 1.3 1
ffll 40- mixed Western 1.32V1.35, the
Inttnr in cood suddIo. Stock of other
crmAaa Kaht. Western white is arriving in
small lots, and sells 10c loss than Maryland
Hay Northern Is arriving very slowly,
nnd the lost sales were made at 1.45 from
wrinrf- rocalla frnm store at l.G5li7o; a
very choico article 1.00. Eastern Is held
at 1.852.00 from store, according to quali
ty and quantity.
ITmTro nmnSTfTSR. BirasWAX AND WOOL.
We quote: Dry flint 1515jc; dry salted
l.tn. Heel-skins 15018c TalloW 910c
Beeswax 30c Good wool (unwashed) free
of burs 3031c; burry wool 1225c
Flour-The call has been fair, stocks
good and prices steady. Wo quote: New
Art RtAtfl .r.n 3! bbl: double extra and
State in.nrusil'OO: Northern and
Western wo nnntA snnerfino G.507.00;
eTtrn 8 nofflR.riOr double extra and family
!).(KV0 r.O- fnnev 1ft.50Oll.00 1 bbL for
Laud The demand is easy at full prices
and light stocks. Wo quote: Primo 10g
20e, pressed 14AlGc.
Provisions An active inquiry has pro-
Traitc.l in Hrrrit ntnekil at full prices. We
primo inspected 28.00; rump iree w joies
?-. en V. orlret heef 31.0032.00 V
bbl; mess beef 21.0022.00 t bbl; beef
tnr,Qt, i aokii r.n Tlrv Salted Meats
We nnnte nominally: Clear no wura
cTwmB islil e-hellies 17c: Cumber-
. uu.u uu. --. vr-t,
i T.r.-rs , nvrnvs Potatoos -North-
era have been in gooa demand to isir
stocks at 4.004.50 for a choice quality.
Onions Tho inquiry is light stoats small
and prices quiet. We quote: Northern 5.50
G.50. 1? bbl; Bermudas in crates 3.00
Oats There is a sufficient stock for the
trade; demand moderate. Wo quote Mary
land from wharf nt 78ifr,0e. in ronnd lots;
from Htori 85'.l(ta. urutrituciiiK iiiixul.
nint-'ou, :u., A 11 13.
The graiu -rid pmvbaon matket is firm
and without chuio VVo qnot-:
Bacon OU-ar sides fsmoked) 2020lc;
clear rib titles (smukod) 19.J20c; ahoul
dors lGt"e-, lwm-i (sug-.ir-cured) 2527c
Bulk Meats Oltur hideH I9ljc; clear
rib sides 18l9c; shoulders 15jlGc
Corn Yellow, mixed and whito 1.45
Meal ? bushel 1 501.C0.
Gbits 75c2 HO.
Oats V bushel 9'J 1.00
Wheat V Imshtl 1 70
Field Peas- 2 7S5.3 00.
Hay Northorn 2.00 2 25; Tennessee
Timothy 2 00; Uenli Gran.- 2.00; Tennes
ICOluc, Ua., A US. 13.
Apples? bbl 1.001.23.
Butter Country, 303oc ti tu.
Bran 75c1.00 V cwt
Cotton Seed 25c V busheL
Dbied Fruit Peaches L502.00; peeled
2.503.00; apples 75c1.0O.
Flour Fino per 100 lbs 2.252.75; su
perfine 2.753.25; extra family 3.233.75;
choice family 3. 754.25; fancy family 4.25
Grain Com, t' bushel, i.oai.av.
Wheat red 1.101.15; white 1.151.2o.
Meal 1.401.50 bushel.
Peanuts 2.002.50 V busheL
Charleston, S. C, Aug. I!
Hay The arrivals havo been about 700
bales North Kiver qualities, bales of thi3
quality have taken placo from the wharf at
1.50L,55 v hundred.
Corn The receipts have been about 6V,-
000 bushels from Baltimore and New York.
In wholesale transactions about 1,200 bush
els of common whito were sold at 1.43 v
bushel, weight, sacks included; 1,800 bush
els prime at 1.45l.4i t busnej, weignt, .
sacks included. Jobbing parcels are neia
at 1.451.50 t bushel, weight, sacra in
Oats Are in moderate supply and the
local demand is supplied at about 85c t)
busheL weicht sacks included.
. ' ' , . e T 1 t:jt
r LOUR ABO maiKet IS iairiy suppneu
with this article. Northern and Western
fine may be quoted at G.O0G.25 V bbl;
super at G-50G.75 9 bbl; extra at 7.25
8.25 ? bbl; family at 8.509.00 ? bbL
Southern oualitiea. from new wheat are in
limited supply, and may be quoted at 8.00
8.751! bbl for extra, and'J.we?iu.w i
bbl for family trades.
Bacon The stocks are moderate and ail
prime qualities are held firmly. Prime
smoked shoulders may be quoted at lGjo
t lfcj prime smoked clear rib sides at 19jc
17$c t It).
Augtuta, Go., Aug-. 1:
Wheat Sales of choico amber at 1.50;
red 1.401.45; white 1.551.G0.
Flour City mills 7.00iu.uu At re
tail LOO ? bbL higher. Westom 5.50
9.00. accordinr' to quality.
Torn ilrdi; choice wniie l.oi&i.uv;
mixed 1.4501.48 from depot
Bacon Market stiff. StocK light de-
mand fair. We quote : Clear sides 20c
201c clear rib sides 1920c B B sides
19c, shoulders iujgj'hc; nams,-accorum5
to cut and aualitv. 2227c dry salt shoul
ders 15j16c; DSOIlsidesl8i19c; DS
O sides 19c; bellies l'JC
Bye 1 25.
Corn Meal L451.G0.
Field Peas 3.00.
Scliiia, Ala., Aug:. 13.
Bacon Sugar-cured canvased hams 28
afie- rnmmnn brands 22(S27c: clear sides
2021c; clear rib sides 2020$c; shoul
Bulk Meats Clear sides 1919jc; clear
rib sides 184ffll9c: shoulders 1515JC
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Corn Meal l.50i.uu v onsnei; uoiieu
7.00O7.50 t bbL Bran tt 100 lbs 2.UU(a
Countey Produce Eggs 2025c Butter
3.1(S)4nc Dried beef 303ac. potatoes
Irish t bushel 2.002.50; ?bbl 5.00G.00.
Flour Superfine G.sui.uu; -v t.ww
7.50: XX 7.508.00; family 8.0010.OO;
up country 4.005.00 t sack.
Urain com, wmio a.oui.jj.
TTv Northern 40.00 v ton; western
50.00 tl ton.
Lard Tierce 2122c; keg 2223c
Pork? bbL 30.0034.00.
Atlanta, Ga., A 11 sr. 13.
Bacon Clear sides 19c; clear rib sides
19c; shoulders luc Hams sugar-curea
canvased 1922c; plain canvased iaiuc.
Apples tl bbl G.007.UU.
Grain Wheat 1.451.50. Com 1.35
1 40. Oats 8590c Kyo 1.2o(Bl.iU.
Mm i.3j. need meai A.tu.
Rrrr.Tr "Meats Clear sides 184c; clear rib
sides 170; shoulders 14c; hams 17j18c;
frrnsa norK lU'ifaJllC
o 1 , r nnrr.o' m. t
r lour rancy oranos ewes' "'""i uuuujr
7.007.50; extra G.j0i.00; bupernne
r. cmfsa .25.
Lard In bbls lSiluc; m Kegs ana
St. Louis Live StocK Market.
St. Louis, Aug. 13.
nTTT.-E Arrivals to-day were large, in-
elninw Tirinc.inallv low erades. with fair
suddIv of medium Texans and native stock-
' J. , .. , J J r,
ers. xne latter wero ui uugo ucumuu
firm prices. Few sales of common stocK,
on account ol improvea receipts ui uimuun
stock. Shippors complain of scarcity ol
good shipping cattle, for which there is
great demand. The shipment of 100 head
good shipping beeves to-day was all there
was done in that line, bringing large prices.
Good extra butchers' cattle would com
mand full prices. We quote: Extra to
ohoice butchers' cattle 77ic; second class
GGic; stackers 55jc; medium Texans
34c; common and inferior 2j2jc. Re
ceipts to-day were 1,894 head, with sales
of 707 head.
Hoos Market unchanged. The arrivals
and sales light, with medium stock gener
ally coming in. Good extra hogs scarce;
for common stock no buyers. We quoto
extra to choice hogs at 9i9c; medium
quality 848;c; common stock 77jc.
Beceipts to-day were 283, with sales of 33G
Sheep No change in the sheep marKot
Arrivals falling off, and sales continue of
common- and medium quality, for want of
better offerings. Large demand for extra
sheep; prices decreasing on common stock.
We quote: Extra to choico sheep 44jc;
medium 24o; common lj2jc. Beceipts
to-day were CGo, with sales ol 'J neaa.
FIAKIvETS Bit TELEGHAPa
London. Aug. 15. Consols for monoy
3j. American securities quiet; 'G2s, 87;
'G5s, 8G; 'G7s, 85; 10 40 s, b4. btocKS
easier. . .
Liverpool, Aug. lu. Cotton nrmer, but
not higher; middling uplands egdjd;
Orleans 8jd9d. Sales 12.000 bales. Cali
fornia white wheat, 10s 9d103 lOd; red
western No. 2, 9s; winter, 10s10s lOd.
Western flour, 24d Gd. Corn, No. 2 mixed,
New YorK Money luaruci.
New York, Aug. 15. The various mar
kets at the Stock Exchange were excited
this morning by the reported severe battle
atMetz, between tho French and Prussians,
and although both sides ciaim mo vitiuij,
themoro general belief is that tho Prussi
ans aro victorious. This followed by the
reported advance of one per cent in five-
twenties at Aionaon, uuu "s
London Change had a depressing enect
upon gold. Tho transacuona were large
in the forenoon and the markets dulL
Gold was steady for a time, owing to a
T,i,t Aether the battle at Metz was a
victory for the Prussians or French, but
later in the day the market was weaker on
reports of another Prussian victory.
On stock exchange matters are intensely
dull; money marketvery easy; call loans 3 to 5
per cent; foreign exchange quiet and steady
at 1093110i for sight Gold opened at 117,
touched 117?, feU to 116J, rallied to 1174,
and closed strong at 11GJ117; carrying
rates, which reflect large snore interest, iu
10i per cent, and for borrowing 1-C2 2
per cent; clearances ij,,
meats dull but steady.
Stato bonds dull;
Tho Finest Assortment of
Ever iptroducetl into this
T. H. JONES & CO.'S
2 and 4, Corner Cimrck and .College Streets.
Also a Splendid Stock of tho
forming Implements and Machinery, Field Seeds, Etc.
Send in your Orders, or call and see them at
T. 3BL. JONES Sz OO.'S.,
old Tennessee's. G3; new, GlJ. Stocks
opened steady but fell off a little ou leading
new York General XtlarKctn.
New Yoek. Axis. 15. Cotton dull ;
sales of 390 bales of middling uplands at
lOjJc. Flour, superior State and Western,
$5 75G 25; extra G 25C 70. Whisky
96i07o for wooden bound. Wheat $1.20
L25; No. 2 spring new amber western
$1.G5. Corn, 87(501 Jc. for mixed western
and 1.07 for yellow. Sugar, sales of 350
hhd3 at 9j10c for Cuba. Molasses dulL
Kice dull at 99jc.
The dry coeds market is devoid oi ac
tivity, lacking""ln buoyancy under the de
cline in gold.
Sew Orleans market
New Orleans, Aug. 15. i lour dull;
super 5.35, XX G.OO, XXX G.25. Com dull;
mixed 1.00, white 1.05. Oats dulL Bran
1.00. Pork 31.O032.0O. Uacon retail
ing at 15i1819jc Hams 252GJc.
.Lard, tierce, I7j5l7c, Keg l'JC augar,
prime. 134c Molasses, city refined re-
boiled, 5075& Whisky 92i1.05. Cof
fee nominally 17J18jc
St. Louis marltctx.
St. Louis, Acg. 15. Tobacco unchanged
BaerinK steady. Flour, super 4.50t.75;
extra 5.00. Wheat dud; Iho. -l red lau
1.151.17. Corn unsettled; yellow 75c;
white 808Gc. Oats 40 12c. KyeGS70c
Hichwmes Voo. Provisions dull and wear.
Pork 30.0930.50; bacon HJHic; clear
rib 17417ic; clear 13i5)lic. i,ard lUa
Chicaoo. Aue. 15. Flour dull; 25o
lower. Wheat 45c lower; 1.03 1.081
for new, 1.00L01 for old. Corn 22jc
lower: 7070tc Oats 33c Eye 7072c
Barley 1.101.13. Hiohwines higher; 92o
for iron bound. Mesa pork. 28.50. Lard
lGc. Shoulders 13c
Cwoishati, An& 15. Flour dull; G.
G.50; extra 5.00. Wheat dull; red winter
1.181.22; No. 2 and ho. 1 white 1.3o
1.40. Corn dull at 7880c. Oats un
changed; 3543c Kye 7080c Barley
1.101.15. Cotton dull; middling 1818ic
Good demand for tobacco; sales 1G0 hbds.
at 1G.0033.40. Vhisky dull; nominal
9495c: best 1.00 Provisions dull and
irregular. Mess Pork 29.00. Lard 15?c
Bulk, meats 1315c Bacon, 1414c.
forshoulders; side3l7liic i.ggsl2lJc.
Lootstillz. Aup. 15. Bagging, firm
Hemp 21jc. Flour steady; extra family
5.''5: urain quiet and weae. uats 4uc
Bye 85c Wheat, choice 1.201.30. Corn
1.05 in sacks. (Jotton dull and weak
middling 18c Provisions quiet, steady.
Bacon 18?17?14?c Bulk meats, 174
lG$13c- Lard 17c Hams sugar-cured
J3a. Whisty nominal aiyjc looacco
active Sales of 93 hhds at 55jc, trash
to good leaf 78J.
MEsnrns, Aug. 15. Cotton quiet; low
middlings 17jc; receipts 187 bales; exports
30G bales. Flour quiet, super at 5 00.
Corn dull, at 8592c Oats 48c Hay,
choice 23.24.00. Bran 19.50. Pork
32.00. Lard 1819c Bacon easy; shoul
ders ISc; sides 19c Corn meal 4. GO.
RIVER AND WEATHER.
The river was again rising briskly yes
terday, with 4J feet on Harpeth Shoals.
Weather cloudy and showery.
Tho rival packets Burksvillo and Alpha,
since our last, arrived and departed.
Tho Ella Hnghes la due from Cairo to
day. Freights aro very scarce, and our low
water packets start out irom this point with
FUSE, ITIAKIXR ATVD lXIaAND
Transportation ItUks taken at
In the Company's Bandinff, No. 30 North College
JOHN LTJMEDEH President
O. P. THKUSTON. Vice Prudent
D. E. JOHNSON Secretin.
ag3 till ang27
FRUIT JARS AND CMS.
rpHE BEST THING IN THE 1IABKET, t
PHILLIPS, BUTT0EFP & CO.'S,
No. 10 College street.
HOUSE FUBNISHINO GOODS,
nnatflthp EEFEIOERAT0ES ETO
Market can be found at
Latest and most Improved
Nothincr tends more to connubial hap
piness than cheerful and healthy infants
- r i. -, if irrr;i 1 CT . Z
the great children's soothing remedy.
net. the Princina Cigars at Eosenheim &
Bross, opposite the Maxwell House.
Kosenheim & Bro. have'the only sonuico
Principe Cigar in the city. ang7 tf
The Principe Cigars, to be had at Bosen-
heim & Bro.'s. aug7 tf
Kineston Sprincs, situated on the Nash
ville and Northwestern. Bailroad, 21 miles
west of Nashvillo, is now open for the re
ception of visitors, lioard reduced toiony
dollars per month. jy!5 tf
Tiimn nr fnnr npaf. vnttnrfui- on and near
tin Snnth Ktwhvillft Street Bailroad. can bo
purchased at great bargains fob cash. Ap
ply tO La"S ZWJ iSAAU
Kingston Sorincs is now open. Two
trains daily to and from Nashville. Board
reduced to $40 per month. A liberal re
duction on the above lor iamuies. jyio u
Every one should have one of Maw's best
English tooth brushes, warranted never
to drop hair. Go to Jno. W. Morton. &
Co., 17 Public Square, and be supplied.
They keep pure drugs and a full line of
nice toilet articles. jyl7 tf
Ho. 17 mcLemore street,
Next session of thi3 school will begin
Monday, Sept. 2G. Former patrons who
wish places reserved, must make applica
tion during this month, through P. O.
Lock Box 19. aug3-lf
I'lipcr Flour Bn;rw.
We are making to order all sizes pape
flour bags at the lowest prices. Whiteman
Bros., No. 4 Market street, Nashville,
See advertisement of Dr. Butta' Dupen
sary, headed Book for the Million MAB
RIAGE GUIDE in another column. It
should bo read by alL may5 diwly
FIRST OF THE SEASON
WAfN & WAIKER,
2-dL- Pxxllic Sq.xia.x-e.
WE D LO C K-Thx Basis or Crra. BoorzTT.
E!iji for Young Men, on the honor tod
happiness ot Marriage, and the ertta and danger!
ot Celibacy with nnitarr help for the attainment
of man's trne position in iife. Sent free. In sealed
envelopes. Addnw HOWABO ASSOCIATION,
Box P, Philade'r maj2S-dfcw3m
Rare and Elegant
GATES & POHLMADi
ATE JUST BECETVZD
be largest and best assorted stock eTer brought
this market, consisting, in put, cf
COU. GOLLUIii: AMU VXIOS STS.
X ASEVILLS, TKNB