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NASHVILLE UNION AND AMERICAN. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1S74.
2&vertiiaUs muter lit! kd riX bt ckmrgti
'TEN CkH 7A per Ium far dk iajerttoa.)
mMwf. voom., wuito or colored.
References required- Apply at No. 41,
of I nion and Vine street. oc24 lw
whito or colored.
WASTED TO SEUL-Mattree ami Bed
1 l V,11; " EI- H. MILLER'S
Mattrew and BeOOmg Manufactory, No. J N.
CQlkge Street. ocfc;l-3m
C?.A.M,JfERS 'nW at the Sewanee
v Cf?JvVllr"R- l"rcv Citr, Tcr.n. Apply at
K praJent and General Manager.
WAVTED Agents, in every count v, for the
. Personal Remtnisoenie, Anecdote and
if"?"' cf Gen- fc"lU E. Lee, by tlie Her. J.
V ""Mn Jones, D. J., roriuerlT ClipUin of Uie
-Array of Northern Vinr.,,1. .Vwl ru'uliinrtnii
J lege, Va. Price, cloth, 94.K sheep, t-.oti;
naif turkey, .-, lull turkey, SS.OH. Send tiU)
for prosper t book, and name' three counties you
would prelcr, out of which we will assign one
t commence with. J. H. CHAMBERS, Uen'1
Afctit, 36 Locust street, St. Louis, Mo.
otUS till nor
FOR REST or Iran from Jan. 1, 1876
Store -ho use Xo. 41 Union street, corner
Printers' alley, with or without two large ofHccs
or rooms above, odc conuecting with the store.
U. VT. BROWS, 61 ST. Cherry street.
TcJ7 tf -
TT'OK REST The elegant store-room, oppo
X1 site St. Cloud Hotel, at a very low rate till
urst of January. Apply to No. S S. Cherry,
oc 27 lw tae.sat,sn
FOR BEST Dwelling with 7 or 8 rooms
North Summer street, tiood location for
boarding bonne. Possnssion yjyen 1st Novem
ber. BROWNS & CHKATHAM. ocv!4 tf
OR REIS'T The eligible Store-house No.
ts eroaa street. Apply at this office.
FOR AI.E FLftr new styles paprr and en.
relopes, jut received at Se'tlifls, 108 Church
wrect. , lt
?OR RALE at a tar gain A nice brick house
L in tree trrrimry. on South Summer street.
Anplvto WEAKLEY & WAKREN.
FOR KALE Diamond CoaL This Coal can
. li bait by the car-load or less qnantrrr at
the ortico, No. Cedar rtxeeL O. P. McKOB
J . LOST.
TOST Check for seTeuty-six dollars and ten
J cents, on A. J. Warr- n, payable to bearer.
The Under will be tfiitablr rewarded by tearing
it at this office. It
FOR SAJLIi OR RENT.
FOR SALE OR RKVT The house, con
taining 11 rooms, out hnuHea, three rr-en-lioaw.
4 acre of land. For sale, the grurn
hoiue plant, rtirabbery, rare evergreen, fruit
tree, dwarf and rtanlard jer treex, two to live
jearsold, applr. qainrrs, etc.. etc. Various
varieties of di.-iduons trots ami plants, noe.
awparagns and strawberry jilmitx, etc, etc.. on
the irembe in South Nalirille, :it-ly occupied
Ly Vm. Hearer. Great bargains can" be had on
early application to 1. F. WILKIN. oc24 5t
YOU csn save money and vexation by having
your Furnaces, Stoves, Grates and Ranges
ut In order before cold weather, by Coojer,
Eubank: & Co., No. 22 North Market street.
ArCTIOSJ HofnE-jI T. Beese Jt Co.,
No. i North College street. Cheapest
gowls in the city at auction or private sale.
THE SOYEMBER ELECTIONS.
A List of the Candidates for Our
Next General Assembly.
Something About Tlieir Political
Status, With Other Points
How the Congressional Districts
Herewith we present a list of tle candi
dates ftr Senator and Representative in all
tlio districts and counties In the State, with
a few exceptions, toother with a classifica
tion of the candidates, so far as we could
leant t'leir political status. This, with the
appended table giving the number of quali
fied voters in l!?Tl, and the vote for tiov
ernor in 1872, will enable the reader to
form a pretty correct conclusion as to the
political complexion of the next Legisla
ture. SENATORIAL UISTIUCTS.
1 Joliuixin, Carter, Washington and
Gretne. Wm. C. Einmert is the liepublican
nominee and S. K. N. 1 'at ton is an Inde
oni!'iit Republican candidate. There are
two Democratic candidates in this district,
11. II. CaiT and J. X. Uaxter. C'arr is sup
jNMted by the. (irenwrille Union and in
Ulli'ji nccr and the Jonwon City Tinun.
'J Sullivan, Hawkins, Hamblen, Han
cock and Claiborne, J. C. Hodges is the
Democratic nominee and John lllevins is
an ltulependcut Democratic candidate and
supports Johnson for United States Sena
tor. T. 11. Easley is the Republican cau
date. 3 Cocke, Jeflt-rson, Sevier and Blount.
J. C. Ellis is the Republican nominee. II
T. Dick, who was member of the Thirty
seventh General Assembly, is a Democratic
4 Union, Granger, Anderson and Knox.
Xo conventions have been held in this dis
trict, but W. H. Turley, Democrat, aud
Isaac C. Dyer, Republican, are candidates.
5 Campbell, Morgan, Scott, Roane,
Fentress, Overton, Putuaru, White and
Cumberland. C. Marchbanks is the Demo
cratic nominee, and be is opposed by G. W.
Keith, Republican, who runs without the'
uoni'tiatiou of bis party.
0 Loudon, Monroe, McMinn, Meigs,
Rradley and Polk. A. Blizzard is the De
mocratic fioniinH, who is opposed by T. L.
7 Rhea. James, Hamilton, Bledsoe, Se
quatchie, Marion, Grundy and Van Buren.
Lawrence S. Marye is the Democratic, and
B. W. Padgett the Republican nominee.
H. N. Snyder, who represented Hamilton
county in the hist Legislature, is an Indepen
dent Republican candidate.
8 Warren, Coffee, DeKalb and Cannon.
James A. Jones is the Democratic nomi
nee. 9 Macon, Smith, Clay, Trousdale, Sum
ner and Jackson. T. II. Butler, late Secre
tary of State, is the Democratic nominee.
10 Rutherford and Bedford. Thomas
G. Moselv is the Democratic nominee.
11 Davidson. Joseph D. Wade is the
Democratic, and Dr. W. P. Jones the Repub
lican nominee. The latter favors ex-President
Johnson for United States Senator.
IV Wilson and Davidson. Dr. II. R.
Buchanan is the Democratic nominee. Dr.
Gallireath, of this county, a Johnson man.
is talked of as au Independent candidate.
13 MarfclialL, Franklin and Lincoln.
There are three candidates in this District,
W. X. Cow den and Kwiug A. Wilson, of
Marshal I, and 11. 11. Moore, who repre
sei ted Franklin in the last Legislature, all
Democrat s. Xo convent ion has been held.
11 Williamson and Maury. Dr. A. T.
Boyd Is the Democratic nominee, wlm is
opposed by James A. Gregory, Republican.
l- Giles.Lawrence, Wayne, and Lewis.
T. B. Lgm is the Democratic nominee.
A. . Bentley is running as au Independ
ent Demoirat. Henry X. Lee is announced
as a candidate, but politics not stated.
li Hickman, Peny, Humphreys, Dick
son, Cheatham and Houston. 1)7. W. A.
Moody, the present Senator, Mitchell Trot
ter and Biggs, all Democrats, are can
didates. Xo convention has beon held.
17 Robertson, Montgomery and Stew
att. Gen. W. A. (jtiarles is the Democrat
ic nominee. He has no opposition.
IS Hardin, Decatur, Benton, McXairy
ami Henderson. Thomas II. Paine is the
gjl'.i Carroll aud Gibson. M. D. L. Jor
dan is the Democratic nominee. He is
opp sx'd by J. W. Harwood, whose card
gives no indication as to his politics.
20 Henry, Weakley, Obion and Lake.
Clinton Alen is the Democratic nominee.
He is opposed by Dr. P. B. Slubblelielci,
who is a candidate 'Sin his own hook."'
21 Madison and Hardeman. Horace M.
Polk is the Democratic nominee.
22 Haywood, Lauderdale an4 Dyer.
F. B. Ragla'.d is the Democratic nominee,
and Dr. L A Xunn is an Independent Re
23 Shelby, Fayette and Tipton. Pey
ton J. Smith is tlte Democratic nominee,
who is opposed by Lmersou Etheridge, the j
nominee of a squad of. "sore-heads" in
24 Shelby. John Overton, Jr., is the
Democratic nominee, who is opposed by
Wm. M. Randolph Bepublican, nominated
by the 'sore-nesds" of Memphis. .
25 Shelby. A- B. Ltaynea is die Demo
cratic nominee, and is opposed by W. M.
Perkins, hard to locate politically, but the
nominee of "sore-wads. 1
Sullivan David O. King and J. J.
Odell are announced as candidates in the
Bristol palters, but nothing is said to indi
cate tlieir politics. ' They are probably both
Washin Aon Nathan Shipley is the Re
publican nominee, and James V. Johnson,
Dr. J. Lean, and Joan Allison. Jr are in
dependent candidates. .
Greene Anderson W. Walker is the Re
publican nominee, and O. P. Temple, Jr.,
is an Independent republican candidate.
The Democrats have held no convention,
but John S. Love and Lloyd iiullen, Dem
ocrats, are candidates.
Jeflerson Caldwell is the Demo
cratic candidate, and Dr. Anderson is an
independent candidate, and supports ex-
President Johnson for Senator. There are
two o her candidates, Republicans, we be
lieve, but their names are not known to us.
Knox Xo conventions have been held
iu this county, but the Democrats are sup
porting W. L..Ledgerwood. There are four
Republican candidates, Dr. Lynville My-
nalt, S. T. Logan, Ferdinand HeiskelL
whites, and A. K. Glover, colored.
Blount The Democrats are supporting
C I. Cates, and tlie Republicans Beu
Koane there are tour candidates an
nounced in the Kingston papers, Jonathan
A. Barnard, Henry Liggett, Isaac A. Clark
and J. M. Underwood, but there is nothing
to indicate their polit ics.
McMinn Ximrod Dodson is supported
by the A'hem Font as the Democratic can
didate, while Thos. B. McElwee is recog-
nsed as the Republican candidate. A. G
Wilson and A. B-Blaiikenshipare also can
. Hamilton George li. James is the Dem
ocratic and W. T. Monger the Republican
Warren Thos. S. Myers is the Demr
Wilson Lee Head is the Democratic
Rutherford James IL Jamison is the
Democratic notni nee.
Bcdtord W. H. Morgan is the Demo
Franklin There are three candidates,
CoL Uayden, John M. Donaldson, and
John R, Beaslev.
Giles -Dr. T. B. Harwell is the Demo
cratic nominee and John McKissack is an
Independent Democratic candidate.
Lincoln Six candi lates are in the field,
Thos. H. Bledsoe, X. J. George, D. J.
Xoblitt, J. H. Burnam, W. Whitfield, and
O. P. Bruce, all Democrats.
Marshall J. L. Orr, the Representative
in the last Legislature, is the Democratic
nominee. There are two or three, other
candidates, but we cannot leam their
Williamson Sara. Perkins is the Demo
Maury R. A. Glenn is the Democratic
Sumner W. G. Pond is the Democratic
nominee, and is opposed by R. B. Durham,
a Republican, who supports ex-1 resident
Johnson for Senator.
Robertson J. A.. Bell is the Democratic
nominee, aud is opposed by J. T. Hubbard,
wlio is supported by the Republicans.
Montgomery Dr. X". L. Northington is
the Democratic nominee.
Henry Dr. W. P. Small wood is the
Carroll W. E. Curtis is the Democratic
and T. B. Brooks the Republican nominee.
Weakley J. L. McGlothlin, who repre
sented Weakley in the Thirty-seventh
General Assembly, is the Democratic nom
inee. Gibson Wise A. Cooper is the Demo
Madison J. J. Rice is the Democratic
Henderson E. J. Timberlake is the
Hardeman D. J. Xewbern is the Dem
ocratic nominee and Dr. X. II. Prewitt the
Republican nominee. Prewitt supports ex
President Johnson for Senator.
Fayette M. A. (iober is the Democrat
Haywood- -Lewis Bond is the Demo
cratic nominee, and A. A. Freeman, who
opioscd Gov. Brown in 1S72, is Uie Re
Dyer D. E. Parker is the Democratic
nominee. John IL Christie is a candidate,
but his politics not staled.
LauderJale- C. S. O. Rice is tlie Demo
Tipton Holmes Cummins, the Repre
sentative in the present Legislature, is the
Democratic nominee. He is opposed by
au Independent Democrat, whose name we
do not remember.
Davidson John M. Lea, E. U. East, C.
C. Giers and John H. 'Anderson are the
Democratic nominees. The Republican
County Committee have nominated John
A. Camplell, who favors ex-IVesident John
son for Senator, and recommet.ded tlieir
party to vote for Messrs. Iea, East and
Giers for the other Representatives.
Shelby J. Harvey Mathes, John A.
Roush, Hugh D. Greener, George li. Wynn,
George B. Peters and Luke W. Finley are
the I'tmocratic nominees. A uumoer of
sore-headed gentlemen, who imagine the
county rests upon their shoulders, have
been engaged in making opposition tickets
for several weeks, but none of them would
stick. The last oneconsistsof VVm.M.Smith,
M. T. Williamson, A. Hitzfield, Republi
cans, W. W. Coleman, Democrat, D. S.
Molloy and W. T. Lucas, who are hard to
Johnson and Carter Horace F. Left
wich, Republican, is a candidate.
Hamblen and Granger-L. F. Leeper is
the Democratic nominee.
U nion, Campbell and Scott U. R- Gib
son and Xalhan Brashears, Republicans,
are the only candidates we know of.
Anderson and Knox William Cross,
Democrat, and J. C. Flanders, Uepublic in,
Monroe aud Loudon Mitchell Rose is
the Republican nominee, and W. J. Fowler
and Jesse Martin, are independent candi
dates. James, Meigs, Rhea and Cumberland
John K. Xeal is a candidate, but nothing
is said of his politics.
Marion, SiHpiatcliie, Bledsoe, Hamilton,
Gnuvly aud Van Buren X. B. Spears is
the ifemocratic and C. C. Pattou the Re
Wliiie and PuUir.m E. L. Gardenhire
is the Democratic candidate.
Cotlee and Cannon 11. Shackelford,
Thos. W. Wood, Powers, and perhajis
others, are candidates.
Wilson, Trousdale and DeKalb Rufus
P. McClain is the Demoo-atic nominee.
Jackson, Macon and Clay B. McMillan,
Democrat, and W. L. Kingry, Republican,
Bedford aud Rutherford Henry H.
Xorman is the Democratic nominee. G.
X. Tillman. Republican, who represented
the district in the las'. Legislature., is a can
didate, and favoi-s ex-lTesident Johnson
for Senat r.
Lincoln and Giles Dr. James A. Bowers
is tlie Democratic nominee.
Williamson and Maury -B. B. Toon is
tlie Democratic nominee.
Montgomery and Stewart W. A. West
is the Democratic nominee.
Lawrence and Wayne Ed. B. Martin is
the Democratic nominee. W. I. Turner,
Republican, and S. B. Hubbard are also
candi da' es.
Hickman, Perry and Lewis Lewis Wag
goner and Walker, Democrats, are
Humphreys and Benton Parrish
and W. P. Morris, Democrats, ami perhaps
oibers, are candidates.
Hardin and Decatur D. W. Herring is
the Democratic nominee. He has a Re
publican competitor, whose name we can
Obion aud Like W. II. AJams is the
Democratic nominee. J. A. Board "is an
Shelby and Fayette John M. Gallaway
is the Democratic nominee,
Carroll, Gibson, Henry aud Weakley
R. P. Cole is the Democratic nominee,
Madison, Haywood and Hardeman R.
B. Hurt is the Deinoeratic nominee.
There are three counties, Hawkins,
Smith, and MeVairy, ami five districts,
Cocke and Sevier; Hancock and Claiborne;
Morgan, Fentress aud Overton; Polfc and
Bradley; and Dickson, Houston and Cheat
ham, from which we Lave the names of no
It will be seen, from the classification we
have been enabled to make, that the Re
publicans have almost abandoned the field.
They rightly judge that their prospect is
more hopeless than at any time since the
reorganization of the State. - - - .
Political Conaplexioa of the Cong-res
The following tables will show the
voting population and the political
complexion of the congressional ma-
tricta in this State: .
Voting Population! Goremor--
Cannon . .
Vau Bur 'n
Warren . .
22.8771 3.055! t, 638 8,79i
O Yerton . .
2i,129 4,1, 24,575 U,874 663
1,19 2'" 1.436 743 ! 234
9,2t7' ,817 15,054 6.141 5,7:i
1,851 .' 274 2X25 956 35"
7,'8 474 8.5
1,746 271 2,017 l.i-7 ISO
2,983 8,288 6,271 2.197 2,49
j 551 l,l47 2t
16.9S6! 9,017:27,312 112 i&rl
Mont g 'ry
AT 1 1 Benton.
19,8:9! 7.5111 27 S2l 11-521
33,7371 9,699! 12,776
Third National Bank,
BOABD Or DIRECTORS:
W. W. BERRY, CHAS. E. HILLMAN,
JOHN EIRKMAK, EDGAR JOKES,
TRANSACTS A GENERAL EXCHANOB
Business and Deals in United States Bonds
and Gold. EIM3AR JO&ES, Cashier,
W. W. BFRRV, President.
JNO. K1RKMAN, Vice-President.
FOAXCE A.D TRADE.
Tennessee bonds, with part doe coupon,.. 67
Tennessee bonds, ex-past one coupons,..
Tennessee bonds, fundfed, ........ ........
Tennessee bonds, past due
Tennessee coupons, past due
aue .tan., 'is,.
Davidson county bonus, past due..
Davidson eonnty bonds, due '74...
Davidson county bonds, due T5...
Davidson county bonds Issued to Tenn
and Facinc roaa.. ...........
Daridson county eoupons.....
Day idson county warrants. . . .,
Wilson county bond. -due T9..
Wilxon county bonds, due '89.......
wuson county ponds, due
Montgomery county nonas. ....... .........
Montgomery county cohpons. ..............
asuvuie ciij douub, put use....
Ola, aue n.. .........
Old, due 75...........
old, due 77. .........
old, due 79
old, due '82.
fined Brown.... ....
signed Alden. ........
timed Morris or Ker-
eheval, due 74 92
Nashville eoupons, off old bonds...... 87
Brown bonds............ 81
Alden bonds............ 60
Park bonds 25
Morris or Kercheral. ... 96
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad bonds.
Nashrille and Chattanooga and St. Louis
Railroad, 1st mortp5. 83
NashyUle and Decatur Railroad bonds, sec
ond mortgage, 6 s.... ..................... cs
BOFTHKB Bill HOTS TIKE8HL
Bank of Tennessee, old issue.
Bank of Tennessee new issue
Bank of Tennessee, signed Torbett........
Bank of Post notes.. ............ ........
Bank of Chattanooga
Bank of Commerce. ........................
Bank of Knoxyille
Bank of Memphis............. .............
Bank of Middle Tennessee
Bank of Paris.
Bank of Shelbyyilie
Bank of the Union... ...... .................
Bank of West Tennessee
Lite and General Insurance Company
Union Bank ... ...
Louisville and Nashville Railroad stock....
Nashrille and Chattanooga railroad stock.
Nashville and Chattanooga and St. Louis
Railroad stock,. 20
Nashyille and Decatur Railroad stock..... 37
South Nashville Street Railroad stock 65
North Nashyille Street Railroal stock 20
Spruce Street Railroad stock..
Suspension Bridge stock.
Nashyille Gas Light Com
Cotton Factory stock
First National Bank stock 100
Third " " " 250
Fourth M " " 110
Commercial Insurance Company........... 90
Equitable insurance Company............. 85
State Insurance Company... par
Nashville Life Insurance Company
SOLD ABB SILVER.
American gold. 1 110
Gold coupon. 108 110
Gold drafts on New fork 108 110
American silver Its 10.' 106
American silver (5e and 10s) .... 102 109
Ob London and Liverpool, f ..., S 65
On Dublin, w - 6
On Edinburgh, f 8 65
m Germany, Berlin. etc.? thai 88
rn Germany, Frankfort, ? Guil
os, Warol 1811
80s. War of 1812
2, Not War of 1812. 75
I Wis, War of 1812. 115
120s, Not War of 1812. 115
Os, War or 1812. 14.)
50s, Not War of 1812. 140
821 ! 524
1,49.1 148 1,641 7 s; 42
3J47I tSi 3,a70, 1,348 1,7 M)
1.2.4 157! 1.411 5441 2;8
l.!si 23' 2,214 705
2,1681 361 2,529 : 8n 87
3.0SSI1 694 3,784 ' 2,045 615
3.0.521 1,782 4.S141 2.166 1.4
2.751. 348 3,'lWl 981 82
1.1991 &5i 1541 5t2l 175
20J631 4.401: 24.7.V.I
Btislness remains dull and depressed,
and In financial circles we bear of scarcely
anvthin? doini. Tha bank rate of dis
count is ten per cent, per annum, but as
they are not discounting this quotation 1
merely nominal. Money on the streets is
worth one per cent, per month. '
Exchanne on Xew York is quiet. The
banks at discount to par and sell at $2 per
Go Id opened In Xew XorK ai nu anu
closed at the same rate. Our dealers buy
at 1081 and sell at 110. Silver is taken at
ttrA for risIVM n1 nnarrera-
Govenuneut securities are uncnangeu.
The following are the Xew York quota
Cnited States six per cents cf 1881 ..1 13
Five-twenty bonds or 1862 .....113
Five-twenty bonds of 1864 ....l'6
Five-twenty bonds of 1865 -...117
Five-twenties, new issue, 1805 116 H
Five-twenties, new issue, 1867 ....117
Five-twentiea, new issue, 1868... ...117
Ten-forties. .................. 112
New Ave per cents.......... HIV
C arrencv eUes........ ............ 117 X
Tennessee bonds are unchanged, being
quoted m Xew York at 08 and at 55L
Uur local stocks and bonds are dull.
We understand a sale of RO.000 Xashville,
Cnattanooga and St. Louts Railway stock
was made at 24c; with this exception we
hear of noting doing, and rates are nominaL
The CwttMi Haven en L.
The yew York Commercial and Finan
cial Chronicle says of the cotton movement
for the week ending Oct, 23 :
'It appears that the total receipts for
the seven days have reached 127,y7 bales
against 121,084 bales last week, 06277
bales the previous week, and 53,fSl bales
three weeks since, making the total receipts
since the first of September, 1874, 600,701
bales against 362,973 bales for the same
period of 1S73-4, showing an increase
since Sept- L 1874, of 137,828 bales.
" ITie exports for the week ending this
evening reach a total of 50,693 bales, of
which 44,449 bales were to Great Britain,
152 to France, and 6,092 to the rest of
the Continent, while the stocks as made
up this evenms are now 314,605 bales.
'Compared with the corresponding week
of last season, there is an incrse in the ex
ports this week of 24,272 bales, while the
stocks to-night are 109,236 bales more than
they were at this tune a year ago."
VISIBLE SUPPLY OF COTTON, OCT. 23.
1874. 1873. 1872.
Stock at Liverpool... 621,000 625,ono 4JA0
Stock at London..... U2,u00 2,5"0 230,000
Total Great Britain
Stock. ... 731,000 733.500 715,000
Continental stock.... 4"2,750 357.0 Mo)00
Toll European Sfks.lj35.750 1,090,750 155,001)
Ladia cotton anoat lor
A mr'ran cotton afloat
Ernt, BraiU, etc.
art oat for Kuroie...
Stock in U. S. ports..
Stock in U. S. interi
U. S. exports tbis
ToUl visible supply.. 1,807 ,791 1,656,160 1,971,092
Of the above, the totals of American and other
descriptions are as fouows:
Total East India, etc.1,057. 7.50 1,106,750 1,442,000
lot at American. eio.iMi a.
Total visible supply
bales 1,887,791 1,65C,1C0 17192
Price Mhl.llmg I p-
lands, Lirerpool... 8d. 9d. 9d.
These figures indicate an increase in cot
ton in sicht U.-L 23, of 211,031 bales as com
pared with the same date of 1873, and a
decrease of 103,301 bales as compared witlf
the corresponding date of 18 ,2.
UOVEMKSTS OF COTTON AT THE INTERIOR
Week ending Oct. 23, 1874
Receipts. Shipments. Stock
AufTUsta 9.162 6,746 11p
Columbus. .......... z.7. 1.1 11 a.401
Macon 3r-.'l 3,0!7 4,260
Montgomery 3.433 2.C38 4J07
Selma 3,718 2.M 3,196
Memphis 12,891 10,175 23,582
KactiTille 1,606 69 6,415
ToUl, old .37 ,W 27,9t3j
The above totals sltow that the old interior
stocks increased during the week 9,618
bales, and were 7,395 bales more than at
the same ieriod last vear. The receipts
were 9,131 bales more than the same week
The exports of cotton this week from
New York show an increase as compared
with last week, the total reaching 13,557
bales, against 12,028 bales last week.
Usioa A.SD AuxEicAjr Office,
Xashvillk, Tuesday, Oct. 27.
During the commercial week just closed,
the wholesale and retail trade of the city
continued fairly active for the times. We
have no event of unusual importance to
note in connection with the markets.
Cotton, we regret to say, continued to de
cline and the future of prices is now as
much in darkness as at any time since the
opening of the season. Last Tuesday we
quoted ordinary at 11c, good ordinary 13c,
low middling Yic, middling l-'Jc, good
middling 14 Jc Comparison of these
figures with to-day's quotations shows an
aggregate depreciation of c (on middling)
during the week. Holders feel great un
certainty as to the future of the market,
but have not shown themselves slow to
part with their slocks with some freedom,
especially as the buyers persistently con
tend that the ruling figures of this market
are too high, as compared with those of the
Xew York market. The imports since
Tuesday amount to 1,613 bales, against
1,267 last week; sales 1,082, against 726
last week, and exports 988, agaiifst 895 last
week. Tlie imports from Sept. 1, 1874, to
date, amount to 6,427 bales, against 7,107
same time last year. The stock on hand
is 5,615 bales, against 1.635 same date List
In tlie provision niaiket the stocks have
dwindled to scarcity. Meats ruled quiet
tliroughout tlie week, closing to-day dull
and unchanged. Lard declined Jc yester
day after maintaining high rates for a long
period without fluctuation. In view of the
near approach of the new hog crop, the old
is fast losing its interest iu commerce.
In the produce line prices have been,
since our last review, more subject to varia
tion than usual, but dried fruit has at
tracted most attention. Having unexpect
edly, when dull and drooping, changed for
higher prices, it lias continued to advance
through tlie past seven days. Oac week
ago apples were quoted at 4 Jc and peaches
4to6.c. Except in fruit the market has
not shown much activity.
Coflee shows a strong tendency to ad
vance, inasmuch as it has appreciated in
the East and all other markets. Our mer
chants are now selling lower than those of
Cincinnati or Louisville.
Live stock lias been going in a quiet way
at uniform prices. Receipts at the yards
during the week : Cattle, 415; togs, 282;
Cot tou opened this mornins at the do
ting rates of yesterday, and ruled exceed-
ingly quiet during the day, with firm trans
act iens prices weakening and closing Jc
lower this afternoon. This change was in
consequence of a decline in the New York
market, and the drooping state of that of
Laveniool. Of the 208 bales imported, lOo
were by the Decatur road, 51 by the Nash
ville and Chattanooga, 5 by the Tennessee
and Tacific, and 107 by w agon. Tlie ex
ports were 130 by the Louisville and Nash
Tlie following were tlie closing quota
tions on 'Change :
Summary of the day's transactions :
. 2.019 1.753
. 6.167 5.049
. 5.145 3.70G
. 2,980 2504
. wasHTiixx cottobt imnnT..
Stock oh band Sept. L 1874, S9
Beoeired to-day 2CS - .
Received previoas:;. ....... 6159 W2T
SMpped previoualy ........
; Stock ra kand... . . . 0619
; The Nashville Savings Company furnishes
ns the following quotations showing the
prices and movement of cotton at New
York and Liverpool throughout the day:
Hit w TORRV
Nkw York. Oct. 27. 10:21 a. 11. Cotton
1 utures dull. November delivery 141Q
mi-llic; December 14 13-ieai4ic: Janu
ary 15 1-10.315 3-16c; February 15J015 7-
10c; March 15 ll-icai513-16c; April lCfi
N-w Yokk. Oct. 27. 10:GO A, at. Cotton
Ordinary 12 Jc; good ordinary 13Jc; low
middling 141c; middling 14 'c; Alabama
"Jc; Orleans 15k. Market weak; lower
to sea and nominally unchanged.
New York. Oct. 27. 11:05 a, m. Cotton
utures weak. October delivery 14 9-
leUfc; November 14 -15ai4f a De-
eomber 14 i.i6itl4Ic: January 15 1-1 GSti
104c: rehruarTl5!ftl5 7-lflc: March 15 11.
l015c; AprillS 15-lC47l6c; May 18-16
ei5iq June 16JQ16 9-ltfc. Sales 5,500
uaies. . . .
Nkw York. Oct. 27. 12:20 p. if. Cotton
Ordinary 12Jc; good ordinary 13c; low
middling 14fc; middling 14 Jc; Alabama
"ic; Orleans lojc market weak and
irregular. Sales for exports 50 bales: last
evening K330 bales; for consumption 57
hales; last evening 683 bales; sales to arrive
incmued in tne above 650 bales. "
-Niw York. Oct. 27. 1220 p. u Cotton
Futures easy. November delivery 14 9-
"nic; uecemoer 14 13-Hic; January
15 l-l6c; . February 151c; March 153
lo 1I-10 Amil 15 15-16c Sale. 14.SiO
New York, Oct. 27. 2:40 P. aL Cotton
Futures easy. October delivery 14 9-16
AUfc; November 14 9-16ei4fc; Decem
ber 14014 13-18c; January 15tfil5 l-16c:
February 15 5-lC015c; March 15 9-16
lore; Apru 15 l3-loei5ic: May i 3-i6e:
nine 10 -iizioic dales 24,uu bales.
New York, Oct. 27, 8:15 P. u. Cotton
Ordinary lijc; good ordinary 13c; low
middling middling 141c; Alabama
14 jc; Orleans loc Market quiet; quot;
tions revised. Sales f r export 50 bales;
for consumption lltf bales.
New York, Oct. 27. Daily cotton re
port for 3 days at all United States ports:
Vat v-AXk : rt . TA J-V h.l&..
" - . v-. t w 1 vkicflf w jrca
Britain 21,703 bales; exports to Continent
4,908 bales; stock of all classes 367,656
oaies; exports 10 rrance 1,530 bales.
Liverpool, Oct. 27, 12:30 p. v. Cotton
dull and easier. Middling uplands V.tl
Tld; Orleans bd. Sales to-day lO.ouO
bales, or wtiicn i,uuu bales are for export
Liverpool, Oct. 27, 3.-00 p. u Cotton
dull. Middling uplands 7! 07d: Orleans
d. Sales to-day 10,000 bales, of which
l,UO0 bales are for export and specnlation.
.ale3 or American 4,1UU pales.
In very 1 1 flit demand for artvlnir. at. ftwi
In: .... .
Timothy per bushel, $3J0; Bed ton
(llerd s grass), fl.oj; orcnard grass, $2.25;
Kentucky blue grrss, $15; barley, $ 1.60;
FLOI K. flKlia AID HAT.
juarKet drooping ana prices still on-
changed. Bran continues in demand at
Flotjr Superfine, $4.00; XX $4Z0Q
4.75; XXX $5.2505.50; dioice family
fo.7506.OU; fancy, $0.5000.75.
Corn Meal Unbolted and bolted.
sacked m depot, $1.0o.
Cokx Loose, sxjc sacked, 97c0$l.OO;
in retail lots, f 1.00.
Wheat Mediterranean, 9oc; red, $1.00:
amber and wbite,$l.Oo01.1O.
Oats Sacked and delivered in depot,
toe; retail o.ic
Urxs Jxxiee, $20.00; sacked in depot,
Hat Timothy, $24.00027.00; IYairie
Maiket dull and unchanged since yester
Bulk Meats Clear rib sides 13c.
Bacon Clear rib sides 14k; clear sides
CA3TVA5ED HAMS 14c.
Lard Prime in tierces, 16c; pressed in
tierces, 16q in kegs, 17c; in buckets, 17Jc
CATTLE. HOGS AND SHEEP.
Market very quiet at the following rates :
Sheep- $1.2502230 per head.
Hoes Fine, heavy, 007c; lighter, 3!
Cattle Scalawags, 1011c; common
butcher's, 2c; good butcher's, 2J02JC" fine
Shippers, 3c; grazing cattle, 202c
HIDES AND LEATHER,
Hides Green 7071c; green salted
8c; dry salted 14015c; dry flint 16017c;
damaged and grubby lots ic off.
Leather Oak sole per pound, 40
042c; Hemlock 280:10c; harness leather
No. 1, 40c; harness leather Nc 2, 3oc;
skirting 40044c; bridles, black V dozen,
$48.00054.00; fair bridle, $57.00063.00;
French calf $400072.00; American kip
$48.00072.00; calf $:J3.OO042.OO; upper
leather (0.00042.00; toppings, all colors,
$10.00012.00; linings, white and pink,
$6.00012.00; leather in the rough V fl 22
Dried fruit advanced again JCic to-day.
Feathers also went up, and butter and eggs
declined. Produce generally was fairly
active at quotations.
Dried Fruit Apples Sic; peaches,
quarters and mixed, 5c; halves, 7 Jc; peeled,
0x1059 Per barrel, $4.25.
Potatoes Northern $3.25 per barrel.
Apples Northern $3.50 per barrel.
Feathers Strictly choice, 48c
Beeswax Choice, 26027c
Rags Well assorted, 2Jc
Gisseno Per lb, $1.2501230.
wool Unwashed, 23030c: washed 351
045c iiurry DC 10c less.
Broom Corn Prime to choice, 408c
Chestntts Per bushel, $2.00.
Butter Country, from wagon, 180
Chickens 20025c for bens.
Eggs From wagon, 17c per dozen.
Tallow Choice, 6Jc.
Coflee continues firm and tends strongly
to advance. Robertson, Huggins & Finch
r.eived to-day tlie first hogshead of New
Orleans sugar of tne new crop. : Tlie mar
ket has been bare of this kind of sugar for
several months. We quote at 11c
Sugar Demerara 11c; standard h-irds
12c; A coflee 11 Ic; B do. life; extra C
do. 1 lie yellow C 10010'c
Molasses New Orleans C8075c: sirups
55065c; goldeu sirup 65075c
Coffee K10, common to choice, 2110
23Jc; Laguayra 23,024c; Java 29,03Oic.
Cheese Factory, 16017c .
AAfLS 10.1s, per keg, $4.00 and 2oC ad
ditional for diminishing grades.
Salt 7 busliel barrels, In store, $2.25;
by car load in depot, $2.35.
Candles Star 17;c V lb.
Fish Half barrels, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 $3.50,
$7.00 and $6.00; in kits, Nos 1, 2 and 3,
$2.00. $1.75 and $1.60.
Rice Choice new by the barrel, 8c.
Ieas Imperial 750$I22o; loung Hy
son 75c0$1.25; Black 5Oc0$l.OO; Gun
Powder Dupont $7.2o; Sycamore Mills
$7.25; blasting $5.00; fuse per 100 feet 65c
Shot Patent $2.20; Buck $2.45.
Liquors - Common rectified whisky
gallon 95c0$l.lO; Iiobcrtson County $1.75
03.00; Bourbon $1.2505250; Lincoln
County $1.7503.00; Highwines $1 03.
Brooms Per dozen, $2 0003.50.
Soap Common to fancy, 508c V th or
$3.2504.50 V box.
Blackish Mason's large, V dozen,
70c: small, 35c.
Candies Common stick, 15c; common
1epper Per lb. 271c
Spice Per flj, 16c
Gisgeb Per flj, 16c
Cloves Per Jh, 60070a.
Starch - Per to, 5Jc
Soda Per lb, be
I-ECAN8 fer JJ, 10,OL2Jc
Jtr-..,w , stJi . . . .-
Cottox Tlk Per Bi. 7!esic
BAoersa ilemp and flax. 141fT15lc
CoKDAex Jute, 13c; trass. 2jc cotton
CoTtojr Yasss Per ft.. 10c 12c 14c
ana 10c ror 7U0&, oous, WJUs and 400s.
lBow Tenceasew bar 61c V th: Ken-
tacky do. 4c; Tennessee band 8081c; Xen-
tucky do. 5051c; Tennessee boiler plate 8&
Elc; boiler heads 6c; fire box Vic; sheet.
common, 500c; do. Kentucky, e37c; do.
Tennessee, c0ic; cast steel and shear 20c;
American blister 12 ic; English blister 13c
LrXBEB AJTD BriLDlXU M-4.TF.KIAL.
Our sawy ers and dressers repoit orders
from the country coming thick and fast, and
the business consequently active, notwith
standing there is little city demand. No
change in quotations since our last weekly
review. ... , . . . , . .
Bough Buildixo Oak and poplar, $13
per ac trum. iis.uu; pine, $17-00.
VhXA&uj l'opUr floonnc per M. $2o.0O:
poplar ceiling, $20.00; poplar weather board
ing, $14.00; broad, (1, Hand 2 inch), $25.00,
long leaf yellow pin- noorinc, $2200
cedar flooring, $00.00; cedar aiU
Shisslxs Drawn poplar per M. $5.00;
red cedar, $5.00; drawn cypress, $4.75;
drawn chestnut, $4.00; sawed' white pine,
$4.75; sawed yellow pine, $4.75; sawed
Chestnut, $4.00; cut poplar, $3.00.
limk i'er barrel, $15; bulk. 20c per
Cemkst Per barrel, $2.50.
Laths roplar, per M,$3.50; oak, $3.00.
Buckets Pr dozen, $2.25.
Tubs Nob. 1, Si, 3, $a.00, ISM and $7.00.
The jobbing- trade is reported waning
and business light, without change in
Pkixts. Wamsutta 7c; Bedford 7c:
Freeman's 8c; Amoskeag 71c; Garner's
Sc; Aliens 9c; American 9c; Dunnels
8Jc; Gloucester 9c; Sprague's gjq Wash
ington 91c; solids 9c; double pinks and
purptes iuc; sioe nanus tiClUic
liROWS SHEETINGS AND SH1RTIJJG9.
Quilt lining 6i0Sc; Virginia family J, 7c;
Augusta do. Sic; Augusta 1 9c Granite-
yille ,9Jc; Augusu 4-4 10c; Graniteville
do. lOic Bichlaud 4-1 10'c; Bichland 7-8.
Vjc; .asuvuie snirtings , Uc; Nashville
4-4 sbeetings lUie; AUendale 10-4, 37 ic
iSLEACHED MUCKTLXGS AND SHIBTIS63.
Methnen i, 71c; Montrose do. Sic
American 1, 10c; Boot 15c; Velocipede do.
20c; What Cheer do. lejc; Gold Coin d.
22 ic; Allendale 10-4, 40c.
Bleached and Brown Drills. Mas-
sehesic brown 12 i; Pepperell do. 13 1; Stark
A do. 14c; Great Falls do. 14c; l epperell
bleached 15c; Naumkcaz Satteen lCic
asnville dril Is 13 ic
Bed Tick s. Conestoca CCA 18c:
Conestoga C T )c; trold Medal do. 22 ic;
Onieea A do. 271c; do A C A 30c; Itoan-
Spool 1 bread. Ooates' and Clark a
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Men's unbound kip brogans $1,250
1.75; men's linel unbound kip brocans
$1.5002.00; calf pegged broeans $1,750
2250: sewed brogans $2j('0;L5'K men's kip
and calf English ties $1.7-'0-.OO; men's c&if
peeged boou $3.0000.00; do. sewed do.
$4006.00. Boys' unbound kip brogans
$1.0001.50; do. lined kip and calf $1,250
2.00. Women's split or A calf balmorals
(regular sizes) $1XW01.65; kin, regular
sizes, $122501.75; pebble graiu $1.2501.75;
calf pegged $1502.00; calf sewed $12300
2.50; serge balmorals $1.0002.50; ladies'
serge pulbh kid foxed 51.5O03.OO; ladies'
serge kid foxed, buttoned $2.0003230.
Men's black and colored wool hats, $6.00
021.00 per doz. Boys' do., $4.000 12.a.
2iien s black and colored fur bats, $ 12.000)
51.00. Brush, $15.00048.00.
Axes $9.00015.00; horse slioes $6.35;
mule shoes $7.35; horse shoe nails 7, 8 and
9, 14020c; cotton cards $5.OO05JjOV doz.;
names $:J.730 18.00 V dozen pair; traces
.tO0 13.00 r dozen pair; hoes $4,500
9.00; shovels $7.00015.00; collars $72500
20.00 dozen; hamm'TS 16022c V th;
vices 2oc IK anvils 15c lb; bellows 70c
DRrt4M, OILS AND PAINTS.
Drugs and Dtestuffs Indigo, best,
$1.1501.25: madder 17c: salts 5c: blue
stone 15c; alum 5c; cochineal $1.00; mag
nesia, carb- 45c; flour sulphur 61c; roll do.
6c; camphor 45055c; copperas 203c;
Medicines Opium $10.75011.25; qui
nine $2.6502.85; iodide potash $43005.00;
rhubarb V ft, $1.0002.25: ipecac V lb.
$1.4001.70; aloes V lb, 20080c; calomel
A? ft r2.2O0323O; blue mass V to, $1.20
0I.3.1; morphine ounce, $6.7507.00;
chloroform to, $1.4001.65; castor oil
Oils Linseed, raw. Wfrxtc; iinseeu,
boiled, $1.0001.05; coal oiL 1601c; lard,
No. 1, $1.15015; sweet oil, $1.5003.50;
tanners' 750tX)c; lubricating, 40080c; tur
Paints, etc. hue lead, according to
quality, 8012c; furniture varnish, $1,600
1.75; coach do. $222003.50; rurmtnre glue,
25035c; white do. 60c; concentrated lye,
$8,500875 V case.
0IARKETS BY TELEGItAl'lJ.
Tb CstMa Markets.
Liverpool, Oct. 27. Cotton dull and
easier; middling upland 7'a7,d; middling
Orleans 8L Sales 10,000 bales; American
4,10o bales; speculation and export 1,000
New York, Oct. 27. Cotton quiet;
middling uplands 14c middling Orleans
loc Ihe market for futures closed
steady at a decline with sales of 29,300 bales
as follows: January delivery lo l-o2c;
February delivery 15 716alj 11 -32c; March
delivery 151c; April delivery 15 26-32al5,c;
May delivery 16 5-32al(J ,:t-10c June de
livery 16 7-16c; October delivery 14 17-32a
14 9-lGc o-ember 14 9-lfic; Lecemiier
New Orleans Oct. 27. Cotton
demand active; sales 5,700 bales; prices
are quoted lower; good ordinary to strict
good ordinary 13al3fc; low middling to
strict low middling J3fal4e; middling to
strict middling 14Jal4Jc; good middling to
middling fair 14Jal4je; receipts o,;vo
bales; exports to Great Britain 3519 bales;
stock 64,40 bales; unsold last evening 17,
000 bales; on shipboard 44,500 bales.
Mexphts, Oct. 27. Cotton steady and
offerincs light; sales 4,000 bales, including
500 bale last evening; middling 13;aI4c;
receipts 1,1h5 bales; shipments 2,200 bales;
Stock 25,125 bales.
' Savannah, Oct. 27. Cotton is dull;
middling 14'c; low middling 132c; good
ordinary 131c; net receipts 3,915 bales: cross
receipts 4,015 bales; exports to Great Britain
,tr24 bales; coastwise 110 bales; sales ir
mobile, Oct. 27. Cotton was easier;
middling 14c, low middling 13c; good
ordinary 13:c; net receipts 1,522 ibales; ex-
poru coastwise 375 bales; sales 100 bales.
Charleston, Oct. 27. Cotton easier;
middling 141c low middling 13c; good
ordinary 13 jc; net receipts 3,Cj9 bales; ex
ports coastwise 1,0U7 bales; sales I.00U
St. Louis, Oct. 27. Cotton, more doing
and prices are unchanged.
LOUISVILLE, Oct. 27. Cotton quiet and
unchanged at 14c
ClNCfHSATi, Oct. 27 Cotton dull and
a shade lower at 14c
London Oct. 27 5 p. u. Consols for
money 92a92;; for account 92Ja92J; Uni
ed States 5-20s of '65, 105.; do 1867,
109; 10-40's 103,; new 5s, 1031; New York
Central, 95; Eiie,27ia28; da preferred 45.
The amount of bullion withdrawn from
the Bnk of England on balance to-day
was X6.3,000. The rate for money on
Government seenrities is 2, per cent.
Liverpool, Oct. 25. Breadstuff's are
Paris, Oct. 27 Rentes 62f. 20c ; .
Frankfort, Oct. 27 5-20s of 1862
Hw Terk tlnr Harkst
New York. Oct. 27. M.oey was 2J
per cent. Prime mercantile paper was
5aS per ce alloc short, and. 6a7 - per cent,
for long daces. The produce exports for
the week amounted to' $4,743,716, the
smallest amount for-any week for a long
time past. Sterling exchange was dull at
434la54 J for sixty day, and 437ia46 for
sight. The Customs reecipt.1 to-day were
$i8,000.Goid was dull, all btisiness was
110. (The borrow in rates were lia4 tHr
cent, per annum and 1-64 per cent, per - day.
The Assistant Treasurer disbursed $3;!tV
000. Tlie clearings to-day were $20,000,
000.." Government bonds" were stealy.
State bouds were quiet and strong. Rail
road bonds were moderate active. Stocks
generally were dull and weak throogliout
the day, tlie decline ranging from i to I
per cent, during the early houis of business
witii a reeovcry cf iai per ceuu at the
close. Pacific Mali was escept'ioiially
strong, selling at 45 against 441 early in
the day. Ehe first cause of the depression
iu the general list was the refusal of the
Supreme Court to advance the Granger
cases, and next the decline in wheat at
. Xne sales at tne Stock Exchange between
ten and two o'clock to-dav amounted to
128,000 shares, of which 11,000 shares were
Western Union. 32,000 Pacific Mail. 18.-
WO Lake Shore, 13,000 Union 1'aciSc, 9,
Northwestern common. 9,000 Keck Island.
,000 Wabash, 6,000 Chios and 4,000 St.
laid, common. .
Sterling Exchange Bankers' Bill 48."
United States coupons of 1881. 1181
5-208 of 1862, 113; do. of 1864, 116; do.
of 1865,1161; do. new 11HJ; 5-20sofl87,
117i; United States coupons of 1808, 117
new five, 112! ; 10-40s, 111 J; currency Bixe
117f; MissooriState bonis 94f. Tennessee
01a (KS do. new 8. Stocks Western
Union Telearaph 79; New York (Central
100,; ifirie 2UJ; do pre.erred 45. ,
Hew Ywrat Dry 3d Barket.
New York, Oct. 27. The package trade
was generally quiet and jobbing branches
only moderately active. Cotton goods
move slowly, except heavy standard sheet
ings and cotton flannels which are in sood
demand at unchanged prices. Prints aud
ginghams are fairly active. The Laibj
Bulletin says Sprague's print works have
been closed la consequence of a strike
among the cloth weavers. Woolen goods
are dull in first hands.
Hew Terk Cteaersil Harketa.
New York, Oct. 27. Flour dull aud
lower; white wheat western extra $5.75a
6.15; extra Ohio $4.85a6.70; St. Louis $42)
as.OU. Wheat heavy and lower; o.
spring $1.121.15; No. 2 old $l.07al.l5;
So. 3 old 93ca$l; No. 2 Chicago $lal.03.
Rye dull at 93a95c Barley quiet and on-
changed. Corn unchanged but scarcely so
arm. Oats more active aud arm; No. 2
mixed western 55a5Sc; white western 56a
COc Coffee quiet and steady. Sugar dull
aud unchanged. Mess pork steadier: new
mess $ 19.37 UI:WJ. Cut meats quiet;
middles dull; long clear 10ic Lard steady
prime steam 13Jc for spr4; 12Jc for Novem
ber detivery. Whisky decidedly lower at
Bal Una re Market.
BAJ.TIMORE, Oct. 27 FloiirdulJ. Wheat
western dull; No. 1 red $12J0; No. 2 red
$1.14al.l5. Corn white western 85a!0e.
Oats dull, weak and lower; mixed western
55c: white western SSc Kye firm at $1.00
a 1.05. Mess pork dull and nominal. Ba
con shoulders firm and scarce at 8a8ic;
clear rib 121al2Jr-. Sugar-cured hains 14a
I-c Lard llal i'c Coffee firm and in
demaiwl at lSaic, cold. Whisky dull at
Claetaiaatl Btarkot .
CTNCnrNATi, Oct. 27. Flo u dull and
declined; family $4.8."a5.00. . Wheat dull
and declined, red $11.05. Corn steady;
old 77a80c; new 00. Oats dull ami nn
changed at 50a5.c. Kye dull and prices
a shade lower, 94c. Barley dull but un
changed. Lard quiet ami unchanged,
offered at 12e for spot; 11 ic for November
delivery. Bulk meats shoulders are in
fair demand at 7c Bacon steadr; slioul-
lers 7ia8fc; clear rib 12c; dear ld'alSle.
Whisky steady at 99c.
Sew Orleauaa Market.
New Orleans, Oct. 27- tJold 10!;"r;
slght'par; sterling 5:51a532. Flour, quiet at
$4230; XXX $5.008.75; choice, $0.50.
Com quiet at 61a62 for white. Oats dull
at 62a64c Bran dull at $1.00. Hay
supply good and demand motlerate; New
York $2; eastern $22a2:i; prime western
$24.00a2.0O; choice r28.00 Mess pork
quiet aud strong at $21.25; live hundred
barrels, seller Jan tary, $17.'?5. Dry salt
meat none in first hands. Bacon lower;
shoulders 7C clear rib 13e; clear 13c.
Hams old 121al3ie; new 14U15ic Lard
quiet; tierces 14 Jc; keg 16c Sugar in good
demantl; common to fair N; fair to fully
fair Sja9c; prime 10c Molasses lower.
Whisky dull; Louisiana $I.l3al.')o; west-
em $1.03al.06. Coffee quiet, ordinary to
prime Halite, com meal nominal at
Louisvtllk, Oct. 27. Flour quiet and
unchanged; superfine $3.75a4.25; extra $4.25
a4-75; extra family $5a5.50; No. 1 $5.75a
6.25; fancy $6.25a6.75. Wheat quiet and
irnchanced; red 9oc; amler $1.00; white
$1.10. Com quiet and unchanged at 70c.
Oats 63a05c Rve qmet and unchanged at
90c Bacon quiet and unchanged; shoul
ders 8Jc; clear rib 13c; clear 14c. Sugar
cured hams 13al4c Mess pork pomiua!.
Bulk meats nominal. . Lard nominaL
Whisky 99c. Bacging nncbanged; 2 lbs
Kentucky hemp 13c; flax and jute 13 Jc.
Chicago, Oct. 27. Flour dull but
holders am cot willing to ma ie concessions.
Wheat dull and declined; No. 1 sprimr 87c;
No. 2 spring 81 Ic cash or October delivery;
81c tor November delivery; 82fc for De
cember delivery; No. 3 spring 77a78c Corn
dull and declined: No. 2 mixed ie for
spot or October delivery; 64Jc fr Novem
ber delivery. Oats lower; No. 2 46",c for
spot; 4e for November delivery. Rye
lower; ?lo. 2 86 ic Uarlev lower; o. z
$1.15 cash; $1.07 for Nowmber delivery.
Mess pork steaily at f TPai.25 cash. Lanl
quiet but weak at 12Jal2c cash. Bulk
meats held firm. WTiisky steady at 97".e.
St. Leml Harketa.
St. Louis, Oct. 27. Flour very dull
for all grades except superfine and single
extra which are scarce. Wheat dull and
declined: No. 3 red fall 93c; No. 2 red
winter $1J51.07. Cora dull and prices
drooping; lower to sell; No. 2 mixed 71a
72c cash; Uc for December delivery, oats
dull and drooping; No. 2 481a49c .cash;
48 ic for November delivery. Barky
lilirh grades firm, others weak and lower to
sell. Rye dull but unchanged at 80c.
Whisky steady at 99c Dry salt meats are
lower; loose winter shoulders rHc. Bacon
quiet; only small order trade. Lard dull;
summer 12c Uotrs more doing ad un
changed. Cattle dull and lower. .
Memphis, Oct. 27 Flour dull ami un
changed at $5.00a7.50. Com unsettled.
Oats quiet and weak at 60h6 Jc. Mesa pork
quiet and weak at $23. Lard quiet and
unchanged. Bulk meat quiet and un
changed; clear rib llialljc; clear lljalic
Bacoo qaiet and nncbanged; shoulders 7Ja
7jc; clear nb 13ai:'fc
Tk IMetatea f Cwuatea Seame.'
Persons who, In anost thing, are prompt to
obey the dlrtatea of common sensek too often
neglect them when they point to the necessity
of promptly re-yttalizlng the depleted body and
the wearied mind. And yet how foolish and
dangerous It is to neglect such monitions! Dis
ease follows closely on the track of wealnce
and exhaustion. Arre?t his silent but rapid
stride br prompt Inrijroration. The roost relia
ble agent that ran be selet-tol for thh purpose
la Hoatetter's Stomarh Bitters, a palatable ar-
'uian elixw which pommws the true reqnisiti
regulating a 11. 1 tranonillzing botn
boily and mind, and whk'b is, besides, the chosen
remedy of the American peoplo fur relieying
weakness or disorders of tbe stomach, liyer and
bowels, as well as the numerous array of com
plaints which ultimately follow derangements
of theae orrana. - oe25 deodlwwlt 3dp
N. B. BRITT,
Plasterer and Cistern Builder,
IS PREPARED TO EXECCTE ALL WORK
in his lino in flrst-claia stylo. Orders left
at Hugheo coal Office, at foot of Sospensioa
Bridge, or at his rosideaco on Mm street, Kd go
He Ui, will receire prompt attention.
Cor. Baansaar a ad Paaderlck rtav.
Nashville, - " - Tenn.
J1S. A. HOLT CO., Prop.
TRAXSIEKT BOARD PER DAT, SS M
The Hon. G. A Henry, of Montnniery, witt
address t'ue oeopie of Rutherford at Mafiraea
bor, TharBy, lct. 2. . , . . ,
Shelbyyilie, Friday, Oct. 30.
Fayettevilie, Saturday, Oct. 31. .
TAPPoi.i-niEjrrs for pitbijc
: i KPEAKIXtt.
Gov. Nelll S. Browa and Gn. J. M. QnarlesA
Darle A Wiiliams' store, Klgefl?ld, Wednesday
nig'it, lct. 2Sl . -
Col. F. E. William ami W. M. Brien. Jr.
Tenth Ward, corner Olar and Kaowlea streeta,
Thamlay night, Oct. 2a. ' . . '
Gen. J. M. Qnarles Xkntb Ward, -tlreet ear
Stahles, Friday night, Oct. i".
41. M. C. Cioctiett an-t S. A . Day idson Se
entu ward. Kite's store, Saturday nfttat, Oct.
The lemo-rntie aul Cons-eryatiye nominees
wUl also aildrrss, the Ttoi'1 l the bOT named
v . - 1 W. 4J. JTWIX, Chairman.1
COL. JOHX II. HAVAUE'S APPOIST
, f JfEiTS. t.
Col.' John H. Savsae will speak at the
following times and places : . .
Washington, Wedne-sl.iy, Oct 23.
Athens, Thursday, Oct. 29. ,
Cleveland, Fri.iav, Oct. 3. v
Chattanooga, Sutirrday, Oct. al. -
Manchester, Monday, ior. 3. . , . , , .
Speaking U oomsxeace at 11 o'clock a. m.
Appoiataaeata f (ke Veaaaeratie mmd
The following apjiointmer-.u for the can
vass nave been agreed upon by h cliair
men the Democratic anJ Republican
State Executive Committees: - - . :
Bolivar, y"ednrd.iv, Oct ' '
' Jacksuii.TuunHJayr Oct. S. '
Brownsville, Friday, Oct. 3.
Meaapiu, Saturday, Oct. 31.
.. L. RICE,
Cliairmaa Democratic r.x. Commute. -
W. F. PROSati.
Chairman Rpwblicaa Kz. ixisamut.
Ex-President Andrew Johnson will address) '
the people on the issues of the day, State ant
Federal, as follows:
Cleveland. Thursday, Oct. S.
Greenerille, Saturday, Oct. 31.
Tbe CaaajrwsMlasual Caayaav
Hon. John T. House and Hon. II. IL Harrison
bav agreed npoii the following list af appoint- -
meats: . . ,
'W cdaesday niUt, Oct. 28, Chattanooga Depot.
Thursday nialit. Oct. 29. McWulrtersTiUe. Da-
Friday, Oct. 30, Dickson's Station, Dickson
Saturday. ict. 31, ijnarlotte, vtcksoa eonnry.
FIFTH CO.yVRESAIOWAI. DISTRICT.
Appointment for Public Saeaklas;.
Hob. John M. Bright will address his fellow-
eitUeua of the Fifth Congressional DUtxictat
the fuilowing times and places:
Cnionyille. Dedford countv. Weluelav. Oct
Lewiburg, Marshall county, Saturday, Oct.
Fsyetteville; Lincoln county, Monday, fov. Z.
For Clerk of the Haene !
Xirii are antiwial to annonnce Mr. M1L
iV TON O. BUOOKS, of Williamson county.
as a candidate for Principal Clerk of the riousa
f Repnwentariyes. augl te
BY VIRTUE OF A DEKD OFTRrSTEX
ernU.l to me bv Nathaniel Brown, on tlio
Sii of Ivceniber, 107, to secure a certain proio-
Sswy note fur -,'. interest .in cost, and reg-t-tered
iu the comity of lavklson, in D.uik. it.
p iKti... to wincn reierence is directly uutiie lor
full it.'srription ant pniticnlar. i will seil, at
tii Conrt-bou.se none in .iitiville,
On Wednesday, lth Jfovember, 1S74,
at li o'clock M., at public aurtioii. to the highest
bidder, for cah, Uie nu tracts of laud described
in Mid deei of trust, omt-uuiiig 1 Jl acres, mom
or less, situateii on Mill Creek, ou which said
BiDn now resides.
All riht of redemption expressly waiyetl.
clSJ.1 W. A. CHKATHAI, Tritste.
A new and most interesting book for
Full of meloiLious Sones, Ducts. Glees and 4r
pajt Son);., all easy and prrlectly alaptel to a
Singing School Course, but at the mom time
forming a collection well suiteti lor uie use oi
Collecres and other Choirs, Sinijiiii; Socle tics,
etc. By H. K. Palmer ami 1 O. t.mmrui.
Priew 73 CI. Per Dam., 97.SO.
A auo4 aUractiy Piauo Pieces - .
SOtr'EMK V LIMA, JIAZOflitA, $1.00.
One of t!:e "PiwTHfMofs works or L.
A new and emeelleiit collection of raosic for
Choibs, CovasTioaia and Siafeiat-f 'lasb.
PrepareU by thoe mustsueecsBiu.com
posers, ft. R. Palmer, of Chicago,
and L. O. K menu n, of Boston. .
Prtea 9I.S8, or (M'-l-Ow per Iva.
For vonr next Saixlav School ftong Rook, sand
lor the K' veh or Lira. By Perkins . .
and Bentley. 35 ci. .
All books and mnslo sent, post-paid, for re
OLIVER DITSON A CO., Boston.
CUAS. IL DITSON & CO.,
711 Ersadwaj, Xew York.
Ortt dKaw sat."cljtwti
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. .
tinpreme I'enrt (Jeneral Term.
JOHN W. LEA ft l. against SUXDRY COV-
'When It ir apparent that there Is an Intention
to Uecetre the public by tne asa ot tae nama
of a place and the word descriptive ot' ait
article, snch deception will not ho protected
by tlie pretense that these wor.ls cannot bo
used in such manner as to constitute a 'trado
Where words and the allocation of words have,
by long nse, become kuown as designating
the article of a particular raant'Mtarer,
he acquires a right to them as - trade mark,
which enraiwtuig dealers cannot fraudulent
The essence of the wrong Is the false? reprsente-
tion aaa oereir. on proor 01 wnica an in
junction will issuo."
Tke eaaelatMasx worhi at Ihe Jadsjes
tier I ion are
'The order aptealel from should b nwvlifled
and the Injunction extenrieti so as to prohibit tha
use of tha words 'Woreestershire Sauce' on the
bills, labels and wrappers or Uie defendant."
LEA & PERRHTS'
paowonrcBD BT '
of a LrrrBR from a
, TO XI TUB
And applicable to
HAN at Mudras, to
his brother at
"Tell LEA .
ir j. Nni.,. 111. 1
-rvtajUu ir sauce is !ngh
., " I1 y esteemed tnli.-
--rr-ili. aad is, b my
ttrJ0'J-.Hmo, 1 ha must
Jpalatable as well as
, ,': most wholr-
some Saui-O taat
Sold Wholesale ami for Frprrarln hy the
Proprietors, l.KA Jt I'KKktLN'4, Worcester,
England; and K tail br iHalers in Sauce geno
rally throughout the world.
Ask for Lea & Perrins' Sauce.
"All parties infringing on the slsiye will bo
prosecuted bv ilcsrsfJuA. &. rEilEIXS. '
J0U. BOCAN'S MS,
XEW YORK AND GLASGOW.
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STr Aoeaoanaailnaiooi I asarpaaeiL ,
Htoaaae-r evory Matarday .
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TO GLASGOW. LlVKltPOOL," I.r.XPOX-
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Cabin 3 to f HO. areonllne to Aecxrmmoda
tiuns. C:tbin Keturn Ticaeta iasaed
at reduced rates.
Iateroaodiato aae Wtoorasro a low aa
ay aajr atbor flroo-elaoa LJaa.
DrmU itt4d far un ttwumnt at lowst rU.
For tickets or further information, apply to
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