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NHVILLE UNION AND;
, u't. 14?.-a--rs:
milOX AND -AMERICAN.
- Aivertistw&nit naatr ttw aea viU b ckarfti
TEN Lhtflt) per lint for ccc intertUm.
TTArEr Acook, at 9$ Dfraonbrean st
Yl' AXTKft-2P dwelling-houses, bv Jan. 1
W. STilELK, House Agency, Ho. 41 N. Collepe
street. Houses, store, wve'honmi, office and
Bleeplng-room fum'.ilied at ihort notice, and all
price. ' vj .- novlutnex&sun tf
TTTA STUD An active at-enl far Waerener'
IT X rtaHialanoe Book. Larre sales. LilKral
rraiuision. . Address I. B. WAUGKXEB &
4AM 424 Walnut street, Philadelphia. It
TTTAXTKD A situation as engineer or fire-
. i man oi stationary engine, ry a man oi ex-
" 1 7 A JfTE D TO 8 ELL-M attresees and Bed
V ding of all kinds at EI. H. Mi LUCK'S
wattre- and iiedciuir aianttiactorv, o. i
CoUege Street. oct2l-3m
FOR BEST F4B 175 The store-house
on the comer of Church and Market Mreeta.
Applv to Wm. L. Boyd, Nicholson Jiouso.
TOR REJIT That convenient and eorafort-
V ai-le dwelling houw. No- 25 South McLe-
nifrre fctroec Ten rooms, virh all the modern
improvement.. Apply to Wm. Simmons, next
boue a-ljoiunig. nov8 Sw
T?OK REST With board, one or two front
X room in the new rejicnce, No. lis South
bummer street, DearlBrOMl. - not 8 tf
FOR SALE S5.0U0, cash, will buy the best
lot, on the most aristocratic street of the
city. To a first-clam party, purchasing money
to baud with, will be loaned on long tuue. Ad
dress "BONO," Union and American office,
norlO lw ....
TIOK KALE A fine farm of about oo acres,
V two or three miles from city, on Hyde's Fer
ry pikf4 1 s farm ot al-ont 300 acres, well
watered, ciht miles out on Marfreesboro pike;
also serf-rsl cH.v and suburban residences.
4BKOWSS & CHEATHAM. novlO 2t
4ff rEET of Ground for find. For sale, two
aw lot, each no feet front by 175 feet deep.
liear the Clifton pike where it crosses North
, western railroad. 'Apply to J. M. Gaut, No. 23
rucue square, or s. w. Steele, .No. 41 south
jol lege street. . rtovv tf
FOK SALE Diamond Coat This Coal can
be had by the car-load or less quantity at
the office, No. Cedar street. O. P. McKOB-
ERTS. Spl7 tf
LOST One gold sleeve button, with D. P. M.
inscribed on tlie centre. The tinder will be
4itrally rewarded by leaving it at Maney Bros',
AOyiu caurcii street, n
A TXTIOH IIOISF J. T. Beese & Co.,
J No. "66 orth College street. Cheapest
coous in ui cuj at aucuon or pnvauB aaie.
r' There is very little sickness in Greene
"jeounty, so tbe physicians report.
- A negro woman in White county broke
.her under jaw by yawning a few days ago.
The farmers cf Loudon county are sow
ing &n unusual bre&dib of wheat this fall.
. The whooping couch is prevailing in the
vicinity of Bolivar in a rather malignant
r IL K. Iliatt shot and wounded a negro
named Carroll llawkins, in Marion county,
a few days ago.
New corn is selling at fifty cents per
bushel in Jonesboro, and at $3 per barrel
in Obion county.
- Gov. Brown lias written a complimenta
ry letter to Mr. Asa Johnson, Sneriff of
Jackson -county, who lodged some of the
.Ku-Klux in jail.
b: A negro man nanW Jim Hull was found
dead in a field near Bolivar, a few days ago.
II is death is attributed to excessive indulg
ence in whisky.
- A negro woman named Jane Hoover, of
Greene county, was burned to death, a few
xiays ago, by her clothes taking fire.
v Jasper has four Sunday-schools.
' The store of Richard Closs, in Marion
"county, was robbed, a few nights ago, of a
-considerable amount of goods.
Albert Macon, of Hardeman county, ac
cidentally shot himself with st- pistol, a
ayette depot, a few days since, from tbe
cflects of which he died in a few minutes.
Nelson Batrhelor, colored, shot and kill
ed another negro named Harry Ueuderson,
la Fayette county, a few nights ago. The
nurderer was subsequently arrested.
The Sparta Index asks: Is it any won
der that Spartans are jubilant? It isn't
every town of six hundred population that
has a Congressman, a State Senator and a
The Jajtper Herald says: Some two
months ago some person shot and killed a
fine mare belonging to W. K. - llankin, of
Chattanooga, on his farm in Marion coun
ty, and some two or thre , weeks ago, the
same person, or some one else equally as
mean, did tlie same thing over, killing an
other of Mr. Rankin's fine marcs by shoot
' The following- additional election re
turns official have been received by the
Secretary of State:
Tolk county For Governor: Porter, 540;
May nard, 207. Congressman: G. G. Dib
rell, 538; U. M. Nelson, L'04; W. B. Stokes,
3. dilator: A. Blizard, 512; Thos. Cate,
223. Floater W. R. Trewhitt, 535; Gabriel
Morgan county For Governor: Porter,
121; Mayuard, 10S. Congressman: J. M.
Thoniburj. 133: G. W. Mabry, 121. Sena
tor: Oo. W. Keeth, li4; C. Mardibanks,
68. FKiater: Johu H. Byrd, 155; W. II.
Monroe county For Governor: Porter,
J 134; Maynard, 44S. Consnessman: - Geo.
W. Mabiy. 902; J. M. Thornburg, 4S2.
Senator: A. Blizard, 36; Tbos. L. Cate,
42S. Hoater: Wm. J. Fowler, 901; M.
Rose, 441; Jesse Martin, L.
Bradley county For Governor: Porter,
580; Maynard. 4CS. Congressman: G. G.
Dibrell, 511; D. M. Nelson, 505; W. B.
Stokes, 41. Senator: A. Blizard, 554; Thos.
L. Cate, 529. Floater: Wm. R. Trcwuitt,
C5!: Gabriel DeFord, 431.
Washington county For Governor: Por
ter, 1.0H5; Mavnard, i2. Congressman:
Wm. R. McFariand, 1,136; R. R Butler,
Senator, Wm. C. Emmert, 019; II.
II. Carr, 1,044, Baiter, 102. IU-nresenta-tive:
J. E. T. Harris, 1,054; Jacob Leat,
Haywood county For Governor: Porter,
T&Xr, Mavnaid, 1,5134. Congressman: W.
P. Caldwell, 1S60; D. A. Nuiin, 1.155. Sen
ator: F. B. Ragland, 1,9'Jl; J. A. Nunn,
1,876. ISepresenttarvrt A. A. Freeman,
1,831; Lewis Bond, 2,003, Floater: RobL
Grainger count v For Governor: Porter,
506; Maynard, 430. Congressman: W. R.
McFariand, 474; R. R. Butler, 517. Seua
tor: Wm. H. Tuiley, 5i5; J. C. Dyer, 392;
Wm. Rogers, 1. Floater: D. F. Leener,
22!; S. P. Ilaun, 355; J. IT. Crozier, 251;
J. D. Curl, 151; D. Butler, 7.
Tipton county For Governor: Porter,
l,l2t); Maynard, 740. Congressman: W.
P. Caldwell, l.OltO; I). A. Nunn, 744. Sn
,ator: Peyton J. Smitli, toC; Emerson Eth
eridge,l'7:. RepiesenUilive: Holmes Cum
mins, 919; ZackTaylor, M; J. C. Wright,
74; J. C. Pace, 2S.
'.. llanlenian county For Governor: l'or
ter, 1.K90; Maynard, 835. Congressman
.Casey Young, l,8t?; Barbour Lewis. t.i5.
Senator: Horace II. Polk, 1.878. Repre
sentative: D. J. Newbern, 1.851; N. H.
rrewitt, 951. Floater: RobL Hurt, 1,858;
W. R. Barritt, 949.
' ' Gibson county For Governor: Porter,
2,814; Maynard, 750. Congressman: W
P faldwell, 2,7i9; D. A. Nunn, 744.
Senator: M. D. L. Jonlan, 2,708; J. W.
Harwood, 662. Representative: Wise A.
Cooper, 2.309; L.- P- McMurry, 1,164.
jFJoater: R. P. Cole, 2,697.
f pVeaklev county For Governor: Porter,
JJtt; Mavnard, 295. Congressman: W.
P. CaUw'ell. 1,440; D. A. Nunn, 209.
Senator: Clint Aden, 627; P. B. Stubble
field, 987- Representative: J. L. Mc
Glothlin, 1,4'.9; J. A. Underwood, 06.
.Floater: R. P. Cole, 1,152.
Humplireys county For Governor; Tor
ffWl; Maynard, 141; Brooks, 3. Con
Vressman: John F. House, 946; II. H.
Hrrison, 162. Senator: M. TroUer, 52S;
W. A. Moody, 347; V. T. Bibb, 205.
BaSerf" N. C. rarrisli, C85; W. P. Mor-
Jn.irs Cesar (Act 1, Scene 2,) was al
imi liirticular about the rpjjrter's name
hH j'tv !eing interviewed. He said: "Who
is it iu the press that calls on me?n
THE FCTC11E OF, THE NEGRO,
He Will b MaXer trader Teuersvtle
than raider IleaiablleBi Kale.
'ew Tork Herald, Kot. T. -
"We have no doubt that the rights of
the neeroes" will be more secure in Dem
ocratic than in Hepnblican hands. It
is the tendency and eCect of the He
publican policy to array the negroes in
hostility to tlie best classes of the
Southern population, and thereby ob
struct the ascendancy of intelligence,
character and property in Southern
politics-1 Negro suffrage has proved to
be a great evil, chiefly on account of the
divorce effected in the South between
numbers and intelligence. ' The South'
em blacks hare been formed into i
political party under outside guidance
and control a party which had a set
of interests, or supposed interests.
separate from the general interests of
the Southern community, in a
healthy state of politics there is a
"solidarity" of feeline between the
prosperous and the poorer classes, and
although there may he two parties as
there always are in free countries
they are composed on both sides of the
rich and the poor, the intelligent and
the ignorant. It is the prerogative or
intelligence to control ignorance, and
the chief enl of Southern politics since
the war has consisted in such an organ
ization of the blacks as has arrayed
them in opposition to the enlightened
local feeling of the communities with
which their lot is cast Bat as soon as
Federal influence shall cease to control
the negro mind,intelligence and capacity
will re-assert their sway and negro
voting in tue South will be as safe as
the immigrant rote has always been in
the North. The Democratic party will
hive no temptation to deprive the ne
groes of the right of suffrage, because
it will have no difficulty in controlling
the negro mind when the potent .Fed
eral influence co-operates with local in
telligence instead, of frustrating and
BFTLEB BASSES BACK.
General Butler, in one of his speech
es last winter, replying to certain stric
tures made on bis course by the news
paper correspondents here, shook his
fist at the reporter's gallery, and com'
paring the gentlemen who occupied it
to a forty lackass-power mad machine,
defied them to do their worst The
morning after the recent elections, the
following-dispatch was sent by "the
boys " to their adversary :
" Gen. B. F. Butler, 12 Pemberton square. Bos-
"One thousand vards of crape have been nnr-
r based for tlie 'firtv jackasv-power mud ma
chine.' hen wul the procerwioo move r
KSWSFAFU. BOW. "
Gen. Butler, though popularly sup
posed to be laid out by hia constituents
beyond hope of resurrection, like "the
fine ould Irish gintleman," couldn't
endure "to lay there and be dead,"
under such provocation, and he retorts
in this characteristic stylet -"Newspaper
n use men ao not mourn tor jacKasses.
"li. F. Butlxb."
"We are afraid the boys haven't made
much in this tilt with old Ben.
Ik a recent address ex-Senator Doo-
little remarked: "Whatever may be said
in criticism of Mr. Johnson's public
course, all parties agree that the White
House was never more gracefully kept
and presided over, than by his daugh
ter, Mrs. Patterson a perfect lady, a
model of a Republican mistress of the
"White House. Let me tell a fact
which has never been published, but
which I had from the laay's own lips.
J ust as she was about to leave, at the
end of Mr. Johnson's administration,
the steward of the house took an in
ventory, and found that not one article of
furniture was missing or bruken; not a
sheet, towel or napkin was lost; and
the house was . in perfect order from
top to bottom. She toll "me another
fact, which I know the wives and daugh
ters of the farmers of V lsconsm will be
glad to hear. When they went into
the White House she purchased two
excellent cows. From the milk of these
cows she made all the butter, used all
the cream, and made all the ice-cream
used in the President s family during
his term? When she went home, she
shipped these cows to Tennessee. Is
it any wonder, ladies, that Mrs. Pat
terson received the first premium on
butter at their late Fair, last fall?"
'TLL TAKE IT.
Ilenvr BetUvs; la Sew Tork oa tbe
EtrcUeiM Jena Kerrisie-r's (!
Kew Tork Sun, Xov. 7.
S-me of tbe betting before election was
sol-"v for political eUect- Tbe late John
Mc :ssey, for example, tried to bluff the
fricn Is of Jones in Johnson's pool rooms
on S iturday nieht by a bet of $1,000 even
that Hays would carry the city by 10,000
majority. He was astonished to find a
taker in the person of Torn Ferris, who de
sired to invest some more money in the
same wav. Sheridan Shook bet risrht and
left on Dix, some say over $25,000,
but this great loss was made up to
him by his winnings on Jones
whom lie backed heavily from the first, and
on Archibald M. Bibs, who was elected in
Williamsburg. He caucht John Morrris-
sey heavily on Hayes, but the latter came
out about even, his losses being made up
by his winnings on 1 llden and lckham.
James McConnelL who his the inside track
for the clerkship of tue Assembly this year,
went child on Hayes, but as he was also on
Tilden he came out unscathed. The other
heavy betters in the pools were Jas. Mc
Cloud, James Kelly (who is said to have
cleared $30.OJ0), Edward Kearney, John
Keuna, Thomas Lynch, John McCormack,
lames McCormack, the horseman, Cliarles
iced, illiam Walsh, and Reed, the part-
i of Momssey m tbe pool business.
Tlie pool room proprietors made splendid
profits. In Johnson's pool rooms tbe box-
pools awegated over $300,000, wuiclj, at
2 J per cent, commission, gave him $7,500.
In audition to ibis, lie sold 0,417 trench
pool tickets, which netted him, at 25 cents
eacli, over $1,0X).
John Cbainberlin, whose rooms are not
so spacious, did a rushing business, but re
alized less profit.
Tbe winners quietly entered Johnson's
yesterday morning to have their tickets
cashed. The redemption of tickets was
begun at ten o'clock, and Mr. Johnson and
his clerks were kept hard at work until 1
r. M. Then Mr. Johnson went to the
The French pools on Tilden and Dix
amounted to $105,0i.W; on Hayes and Jones,
$5,000:. on Wickham, Wales and Ot' en
dorser, $10,000; on members of Congress
from the city, $30,000; on various majori
ties for Hayes, $25,000; and on Jones' ma
BISTIJfGriSriED VISIT KS IS EAST
Knoxville Chronicle, Kot. 8.
RU Hon. Wr. E. Forster and Sir Thomas
Towell Buxton, M. P f England, were
in the city yestenlay, stopping at the Atkin
House. Mr. Forster is one of the most
prominent public men now connected with
the English Government. He is in our
neighliorhood to look alter the burial place
of his fatlier who died in this county near
Lowe's Ferry, about twenty years ago. Tne
father came to this country at that time as
an agent of the Society of Friends in tlie
interest of the anti-slavery cause. He was
taken sick suddenly and died
near the place referred to.
Messrs. Forster and Buxton
left yesterday in company with Mr. Yard
ley Warner, of Maryrille. They accident
ally lbtmd him on the .train, and learned
that he was familiar with the place of
burial and circumstances of Mr. Forster's
death. The gentlemen will return to Knox
ville, Monday or Tuesday, and spend a day
in looking into our coal and iron interests.
They were guests f Gn. Wilder at Chat
tanooga, and bear letters of intioJuetiou to
two of our citizens. They are interested
in the iron business and will make some
investigations that may prove of interest
to our city.
" THE JEWISH FAIR.
i i . -
Wlads After Three Weeks
Masonic Hall was cleared yesterday of
the fixtures, decorations, etc- of tbe late
Jewish Ladies' Fair. One who hail been
accustomed to tbe attractive furnishings of
the hall and the gayety that filled it night
ly, for three weeks.- could not but leel
sensation of gloom on entering the deso
lated place yesterday evening. ' -. i
- Tbe ballots for the fan voted to the most
popular young lady were 10 cents each, in
stead of 25, as stated in Sunday's paper,
and the winner, Miss Ida Powers, received
only 14- more than her next competitor,
W. r. Linck, of Linck s Hotel, witn nis
well known generosity, took all the wines
and liquors, donated to tbe fair and not
disposed of, at liberal prices, and thereby
very much accommodated the manager of
that department, Charley SuiUbacner, and
ail in charge of the r air. -
All raffling lists that nave not been com-
nleted will be tilled up as soon s possible.
and the articles raffled and winners notified
throuch the daily papers.
Five cases or gooos, on wnicn no chances
have been taken, were packed up and
stored yesterday, to be disposed of to the
nubile at some luture time. -
several mends oi iiss ieain narns, one
of the most popular young ladies, who as
sisted at the late Fair last evening pre
sented her with a beautiful fan, as a slight
memento of her connection with thatenter-
nrise. and as a token of their esteem and
retard. No one connected with the Fair
won more menus than miss u arris, l ne
trift was eracefully acknowledged by the
fair recipient, after which ner ncaun was
duly toasted in sparkling wine, sua the
party dispersed with mutual expressions
of eood will.
Mrs. lb J. Loventhal and her assistants,
who bad charge of the refreshment tables,
desire to express thanks to the following
named parties for favors received during
the week: Snire & Duff (Chinaware for
tables and bar), Mrs. Geo. Greig, W. T
Linck, A. Hemphill, S. Riddleberger, J. S
J. Hook, P. Cohen, V. Steinhauer, Mrs. E.
Rosenheim and tbe Maxwell House, Eve s
Hotel, the Nicholson House and the Frank
Mr. Sultzbacher and his assistants thank
Diehl &. Lord and McCormack & Co. (for
mineral water); J. F. Parker (for ice), and
Macey x Brown (tor use of t ill.)
The winners of the following articles
raffled yesterday, and of all other articles
that have been rallied and not called for,
can find their prizes at IL Nassaucr's, No.
51, North side Public square, and are re
quested to call for them immediately:
lables 1 and 2 Cisar stand, valued at
$10, L. K. Goldsmith; butter dish, $15,
Col. J. C. Bureh; Japanese set, $10, Miss
Ella Hazlewood; cake, with representation
of Jewish Temple, $15, J. W. Dollnar, box
perfumery, $50, Miss Lena Buck; bird
cage and gold fishes, $50, W. M. Warner:
pin cushion and mats, $10, Mrs. M. L.
Rick; bird cage and gold fishes, $-0, II.
Metz; 6ilver card receiver, $20, L. K. Gold
smith; centre marble table, $20, M. Fishel;
silver fruit stand, $25, B. A. Phillips.
Table 5 Cam age robe, $ 1 5, W. W. Blake;
mantel ornament, $S, L. Bernlieim; pair of
vases, $10, P. Bernstein; wreath of wax
flowers, $10, C. E. H. Martin; group of ar
tificial flowers, $9, Clara Cohen; baby dress,
$5, Mr. Jacobs; barrel of flour, $, Mary
Tliorapson,- hair braid, $20, J. W. Peiffer.
I able 4 Handsome cbromo, $2.j, Mrs.
Morgan; wreath of artificial flowers, $20,
Bruce Douglas; barrel of flour, $3, P.
Leury: heating stove, $25, E. E. Havgood:
cups and saucers, $4.50, S. J. Thomas; ja
panned toilet set, $10, A. C. Leury.
Table No. a Cake, $12.00, Air. ince;
cedar chest, $15, T. Loche; drop light, $15,
Miss T. Wrolf; pin cushin, $25, Celia
Bunsteiu; sofa cushin, $25, J. M. Robb;
carving set knives and forks, $7.50, R. J.
Tyles; dozen wine $18, Judge S. A.
Duling; dozen wine, $S H. Nassauer;
stove $25, Miss Menhead; card pyramid,
$25, S. Friedberg.
table 6 Marble perfume . stand, $iu,
Mrs. S. Rosenheim.
There is to be a general and final meet
e of all parties that have participated in
the Fair at 7 o'clock Sunday evening at the
Synagogue on North Market.
Applications in Four Cases Argued
ealleway'e PeUtlea IMeailaaed Aa Al-
I eared Detaal County Harderer Be.
leased Ilew a Wiles' Convlet was
Baffled Jamee Bau tialas III
Upon the opening of the United States
Circuit Court yesterday morning, Jud-'e
Trigg announced his decision in two habem
corpus cases, which were argued last week,
and excited considerable inteiest.
Tbe petition of David Galloway, col
ored, praying to be released from lite city
work-house, where lie is working out a fine
of $o0, imposed by the Recorder, lor cohab
iting with Melinda Vine, a white woman,
was dismissed and the prisoner remanded
to the work-bouse. Th-i court did not de
liver a formal opinion in this case, as was
anticipated, inquiring into the constitution
ality of our State laws regulating marriage,
but held that this question proper did not
regularlv arise in the case under considera
tion. The prisoner was in custody to woik
out a fine for the offense of cohabitation,
and the court had no jurisdiction
of that offense per e. If the question of
the right ot the races to inter
marry, regardless oi the state laws, vas
involved, it was in so irregular and remote
manner that the court did not feel dis
posed to interfere; especially as there were
regular modes to bring the question to the
test and before the luglier courts of the
State or the Supreme Court of tlie United
States. Judge Trigg incidentally remarked,
however, that he considered it pretty well
settled that the whole matter of regulating
the institution of marriage belonged exclu
sively to Uie States.
A WAH-TTiTK HOMICIDE.
McAJoo Venalta, a resident of DeKalb
county, indicted and held to answer before
tbe Circuit Court for that county, now tn
session, for a murder committed durirg the
war, was taken before Judge Trigg on a
writ af habean corpm and released. The
prosecution introduced a large number of
witnesses to prove the prisoner ptilty of
the charge, and the evidence was to this
effect: On the 13th of January, 1 1864,
Venatta, who was then a soldier in the
Federal army, killed in Dehalb county a
brother-in-law of his, named Simson Ad-
amsou, in the Confederate army, and with
whom he was at bitter feud. Venatta es
caped punishment, and, although he has
lived m Dchalb county ever since the war,
was not indicted till about eight montlis
Judge ingg, before pronouncing judg
ment upon the application of the defen
dant, stated that it was unneccessary to
give a full opinion, as he had already de
cided several similar cases. The act of
Congress passed in 1S06, provided that a
soldier of tlie United States army, commit
ting a felony in any State should be turned
over to the authorities of that State for
trial and punishment. This act was abso
lutely and entirely repealed by a law enact
ed in 1863, conferring the jurisdiction of
all such offenses exclusively upon courts
inirtial. The defendant was, therefore,
relieved from amenability to the jurisdic
tion of all other than a military court.
TRICK OF A COI.OKKD COSTICT.
At the September term, 1S70, of the
Criminal Court of Davidson, a negro
named Ben Fletcher was convicted of lar
ceny and sentenced to the penitentiary for
three years. He was placed in confine
ment, but at some subsequent period made
his escape. He was rearrested a short time,
ago and replaced In the State prison
though insisting that he was not the man
that his name was Charles Haywood.
ne was taken before Judge Frazier, yes
terday, and tlie court was engaged nearly
the whole day on his case. A large num
ber of witnesses were examined as to the
prisoner's identity, and, tbe evidence pre
ponderating against him, the court dis
missed the petition, and ordered the pris
oner to be remanded to the penitentiary.
He was attired in his convict suit.
ASD STIIX AXOTHEB.
Yestenlay was a day of habeas corpus
cases, as there was a fourth argued before
Judge Guild, the writ Iteing issned in favor
of J ames Buh, indicted for tlie murder of
old Dick McKinney, colored, in Putnam
county, the defendant being released on
-THE COURTS. ;
' Ukitxd States Circuit Cocbt A
L. Maxwell, Jr., ts. Memphis, Charleston
and IsuiUviIIa ILallmari fjomnauT et ai
leaae to withdraw Plea of Skidmore.
Ia re Venatta, habeas corpus; prisoner
discharged. ' '
In re David Galloway, colored, habeas
comus: netition dismissed. i .i
v United States vs. W. B. Chafin; con-
tinned bv consent.- . -
J. W. McDaniel vs. John Jared; con
tinued. ... . . ..
United SLstea vs. James Worth im et al
death of P. Gosling suggested and proved.
United States vs. Barritt ana .uux,
verdict not mi It. v. i : -- 1 -r
Uis'nct Court docket to be taken up
morning. , . ;
Prouatf Cortrr Emiline Hope, ad
ministratrix, vs. F. B. Hope et aJ order n
reference and riwrea tn nav out lunuS in
hands of clerk nm rata.
11. hi. f Vimntmi pave bond, ana was quai
ified as executor of tlie estate of W. U.
Slade, deceased. . -
Will of James M. Reed admitted to pro
bate, and Mrs. L. B. Reed qualified as ex
ecutrix. - - a
Chaxcebt Cocbt. Thos- Black and
wife et al., ex parte; reference to Clerk and
Same vs. same: confirmation of report.
Bowling vs. Scales: confirmation of re
port. . - ; - i
llergel vs. Leitenbercer: decree allow
ing Joseph Stein and Geo. B. Dorn to become
Stat of Tennessee vs. Bank of Tennes
see: confirmation cf renort. ,
James vs. Jones: decree making Mary i .
McGuire party to suit vs. executrix of J. B.
Guild vs. Drake: decree appointing
guardian ad litem. . - .
Looke vs. Claiborne: reference to cierk
and Piaster. -
Harris vs. Harris; reference to Clerk and
Conner vs. Lenoir; decree dismissing
cause as to defendant J. M. Sharne.
Corbet vs. Corbet: decree directing Clerk
and Master to pay to W. J. Harrison JoO.
Todd vs. Rich; decree dismissing cause.
Ferris vs. Groomes; confirmation of re
Wbeless vs. wneicss: decree ordering
administrator to pass accounts before Clerk
Criminal Court. In re Chas. Hay
wood, col., habeas corpus; petition dis
missed and prisoner remanded to peniten
In re W m. Wamble, haoeas corpus; pe
Circuit Cottbt. Ambrose et al. vs.
Si nuns et al.; continued on affidavit of
Jackson et wire vs. tve, continued by
Hugh Medea & Co, vs. Tenn. Marine
and Fire Ins. Co judgment for defendants.
Emma York, administratrix, vs. Narcissa
. Saunders; judgment for defendant.
Susan Thompson, by next friend, vs. L.
& N. R. R. Co.; continued on affidavit of j
defendants, and leave granted plaintiff to
take deposition of Willis Coleman.
McCrea, Murray et Co., vs. Koyai Ins.
Co., Liverpool; jury respited.
Gr.s. Walkeij'8 essay on the center of
population brings into new prominence the
steadiness with which this ceLter clings to
the thirty-ninth parallel, along which are
ituated Baltimore, Washington aud Cin
cinnati. At no time from 17V0 to 1S0
has the center of population departed north
or south or this line more than twenty-nve
miles. It has marched westward 399 miles
in that period, the greatest leap being from
1850 to 1?C0, (eighty-one miles), when the
transfer of a small population to the Pacific
coast gave a sudden elongation to the
western arm of the lever, and necessitated
the moving of the fulcrum quite a distance J
It is now forty-eight miles east of Cincin
nati, and Iu 1880 will nearly coincide with
There can be no denying the fact that
all business done in Virginia City, Nev- is
transacted upon a specie basis, for the city
is built upon a silver mine of inexhaustible
wealth, tor instance: the .nterpnse
urges the consolidated Silver Mining Com
pany to sink a shaft on E street, just east of
Piper s Opera House. There is no doubt
in. the luind of the . writer that Piper's
Opera House is built over a deposit of ore
rich beyond the untrammeled flight of
fancy, while under tlie dry goods and liquor
stores, nature has laid cubic miles of
If a national loan were proposed in Eng
land to-morrow, asks Kate Field, bow many
peasants would, or rather could, subscribe
to it? Perhaps a dozen. What happened
in July, 1872, in much-abused France, over
whose so-called downfall English states
men shake their clever heads? Her loan
was subscribed to fourteen times over, and
ery largely by her peasantry, the very class
that bore the brunt of the late terrible war.
Why this difference?. Because French
peasants have land and possess old stock
ings in which they hoard stray coins for
safe investments. British peasants have
no land and no stockings saving the
wretched pair on their wretched feet.
Lx Paris thev observe that young France
is growing up fat. Obesity, which hither
to only attended maturcr yeats, now seizes
upon youth itself.
The Efleeta ef Doe ins;.
Many persons, who are wanting in natural
vigor, endeavor to supply tbe deficiency by con
stantly dosing themselves with drags (often of a
very pernicious nature,) which, they are credu
lous enough to mistake for invigoranta. There
can be no doubt that many lives are shortened
in this wav. All that such persons require Is a
ore vegetable tonic which, like Hottetter's
Stomach Bitters, also possesses the regulating
properties neemwarv to rectify those organic
disturbances which are but the vomit of weak
ness. The feeble and the nervous cannot be too
earnestly advised to abandon tbe dangerous
practice of swallowing mineral tonics, seda
tives, and vegetable alkaloids, which disorder
the stomach and produce the most hurtful re
actions, and to substitute, in their place, this
standard strengthening cordial and corrective
of the numerous disorders proceeding fremde
bilitv ot the nervous svstem, as well as of the
stomach, liver and bowels.
pot 10 deodlw&wlt
NASHVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Cor. Church and Summer Sts.,
Xo. 5i 5. therry.
ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS IS
business traiuine- Bates reasonable. Pen.
nsnsrwhf p a Npeetalty. Those engaged in
busiiif m during the dav can attend the evening
clans, U they mix. far particulars, call at one
of the Colleges or address the Principal,
THOMAS TONEY, Kashville, Tern.,
Sept II , cod ly or Lebanon, Tenn.
Select Real Estate
TS ORDEK TO CHANGE INVESTMENT
WB OFFER TO
PARTIES "WITH CAfcll
BOMB OT THJB
MOST DESIRABLE LOT?
BUSINESS OR RESIDENCI
This Preaertr was aeleetea wltn a-ree
rare, and la aU eligibly leeateo,
Immediately er with
in a few ateaa er
For further particulars apply at the ouuUn
Boom of the
,l ' l-C5I0- AMERICAN.
YasheilJe Sattng$ Company,
I . TAB BOX, enable.
THOS. (k MA KB. rreeldeat.
Deposits received and Interest allowed thereon;
auua itegoBateu; tuecDona aiaua,
and General Banking Baat
novlly aese transacted.
FimCE MD TRADE.
Tennessee boada, with past due eonpene,.. TO
Tennessee bonds, ex-pact due coupons,.... 80
Tennessee bonds, funded, ................. SO
Tennessee bonds. Dastila. . U
Tennessee coupon, past doe..... E3
" due Jan "73 85
Comptroller's warrants. 92
Usvidson coonty bonds, past due.. ......... 80
Ividsoaeoantr bonds, due 14............ SO
Devidsoa eountv bonds, due 15 80
Davidson county bonds issued to Tennessee
ana racioo road. i
Davidson smatr eon pons , . SO
Davidsoa eoanty warrants.................. SO
Wilsoa county bonds, due 19............... 80
Wilson eoantv bonds, due '89 TS
WlUou eouuty bonds, due V9............. TS
Hontiroraery eoanty bonds................. TS i
Montgomery eoanty coupons............... Si
Nash vine city bonds, past due.............. 8S
cm, ass -I........... eo-
eid, doe T 3.. ......... w
.old, due T7. .......... TO
old. due T. .......... 78
eld, due 'Kl.. ......... 3
gned Brewn.... .... 60
signed Aiden, ........ 08
- Park. ........... ...... H
" m signed Morris or Ker-
cheval, due 14...... ............. ......... 93
44 " 15 90
M ft '.setsMsef eeeet.ss 86
M m 79....................... T t
" " no... . id
Kashville coupons, off old boixlj . 92
urown Dorxis..... vu
Aldea bOBds.M....M... 80
" Park borxls.. 25
" Morris or KerchevaL... SS
Haahville and ChartaooogaKsilroad bonds.
S.... ........ ....a. ....... so
" . II
Nashville and Chattaaoosa and St. Louis
Railroad, 1st mortgage. 83
KaahvUl and Decatox Kailroad bonds, see-
end mortgage, t'a. ..68
OITTISKX BAJIK lOTM-TTi S BSan.
Bank of Tenn earns, old naae............ S3
Bank of Tennessee' new issue 28
Bank of Tennessee, signed Tor belt.. ...... 25
Bank of Port note.. 18
Bankef Chattanooga 80
Bank of Commerce........... .............. pe
Bank of Knoxville.. SO
Bank of Memphis.... 80
Bank of MiJ.lle Tennessee M
Ban k of P arts.. ........... m ... 99
Bank of 8helbrlli.................. M
Bank ef the Unioa. ...... M SO
Bank of West Tennessee 19
City Bank SO
Oomxnereial Bank.................M..M... 10
Lite and General Insurance Company...... 01
Merchants' Bank.... par
Northern Bank par
OCO39 BMfc..seeeesseef eeesseeeeeeeeeae Ofl ,
Planters' Bank 90
Southern Bank............ ...... ...........
Traders' Bank par
Union Bank.. .... . ....... ..... . . . . . . 90
Loaisville and Nashville Railroad stock,... 3S
Nashville and Chattanooga railroad stock. CO
Kashville and Chattanooga and St. Loaie
Railroad stock. .. 18
Kashville and IeeaxBr Kailroad Stock ST
South Nashville Street Railroad stocks.... AS
North Nashville Street rtallroal stock...... SO
Spruce Strert Railroad stock. 80
Suspension Bridge stock.................... W
Nat-hville Gse Light Conpany......120
Ootton Factorv stock. M
First National Bank stock .....100
Third " ' " .....2S0
Foartk m m 118
Commercial Insurance Company... 90
Eouitable Insurance enmpanr.. ........... eo
State Insurance Company par
M ash viue Life Insoranee Company.......
OLD AM9 BU.Tsa.
Gold eon pons. W8
Gold drafts oa New York. ....... We
Amencaa silver (Mrk ...!
American silver (Ss and 10s) .....101
Oa London and Liverpool, ft ... .......... S 85
On Dublin, a t C5
Oa Edinburgh, a A..............m.m.m. 86
On Germany, Berlin, eto a thai......... 88
On Germany, Frankfort, s Uuil..........
Vm. War ef 1H......... U
a. War of 1812 M T5
Z. Not War of 1812. .... TS
IX, war or ibiz.
turn. Not War ef 1812.
, war or isiz
160b, Kot War of lSli............... ..
ns AX CI AX.
Business eoutinues very dull, with money
scarce and in demand The banks as a
general thing are not discounting, except
to a very few of their best customers.
Money on tbe streets Is worth one percent.
per month on collaterals, while "paper" is
"shaved" at 2 to 5 per cent, per month,
though there is very little offering.
Gold is steady, closing in ew lork at
110J. For the small lots offered here deal
ers pay 108 while they hold at 110. Sil
ver is taken at 102 for halves and quarters.
Exchange on New York is 0005b t by the
banks at 4 discount to par and is sold by
them at $2 per thousand premium.
Government securities are a shade higher.
The following are the quotations at 2:10:
Cnited State six per eente of 1881. .119;
Five-twenty bonds er 1X6Z.......H1
Five-twenty bonds of 1 -"H. ....... 113 i
Five-twenty bonds of 1865 ....IHij
Five-twenties, new tsrae, io.
Five-twenties, sew Issne, 1167.,
Five-twenties, new Issne, lsb...
T i fort ssM
New tve per cents ..Ill,
CarrencT sixes.......... .........llS
Tennessee bonds are slightly stronger,
being quoted in New York at 72 and at
55i. We hear of no transactions here,
though they are held at over tlie New York
quotations. Ins past due coupons axe
woitn about sic
Comptroller's warrants are rather scarce
and in some demand. Dealers pay 92 and
hold at 9405c.
Our local stocks and bonds very dull,
with no sales reported. For quotations,
which are mainlv nominal, we refer to
those given by the Nashville Savings Com
pany corner Union and College streets.
Third N ational ISank,
BOARD OF OIBECTOKSt
W. VT. BEBBT, CHAS. E. HtLLMAN,
JOHN KIR KM AN, EDGAR JONES,
fTTRANSACTS A GENERAL EXCHANGE
'X Bnsiness and Deals in United States Bond
and Gold. ElMiAK f uses, Uesnler. -
. W. W. BRRRT, President.
J NO. KIR KM AN, Vice-President,
TJXIOX AXD AMKBICAJf OfFICB, .
MoXDAT, NOV. 9.
The market ruled quiet to-day at yester
day's revised quotations and closed un
Tbe day's transactions were liberal. Of
tbe receipts, 2S9 were by tbe Decatur road,
42 by the Chattanooga, 8 by tbe North
western and 12 by wagon; of the 104 ship
ments, 192 were by the Louisville and 2
by the Chattanooga.
Market closed quiet and unchanged, be
ing quoted as follows by the Cotton Ex
Ordinary.... . ....... 11
Good ordinary.. .............
Low middling.. ............. ..13 ,
Good middling ....13
Summary of the day's transactions : '
Shipments... ............. ......... loft
VASsTViixa out roa eTATxatawr.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 187 i.... . . . 8396
Received to-day........... S51
Received pre viously..MM.. 9-54 9608
Total... . . ...........
toek ea hand .. 6859
The Nashville Savings Company tarnishes
as the following quotations showing the
prices and movement of cotton at New
York and Liverpool throughout the day:
Kiw York. Nov. 9. 10:30 A. M Cotton
Ordinary 12 Jc; good ordinary lSJc; low
middling Uie; middling 14ci,Alahama
lic; Orleans 15c Market quiet and
Nkw York. Nov. 9, lOiW a. m Cotton
Futures quirt and nominal. November
delivery 14 0-ltHc; December 14 1M6
ttujc; January 14 la-iocijc; renruary
15;15 5-lCc; March 15 9-ltiei5c; April
15 13-ltftl5ic . ,. ; u .: . t
New York, Nov. 9, 11:10 a. M-Cotton
Futures quiet and steady .CJNovember de
livery i4w-i&rn?c; jyecember 14 11-160
isjc; January 14 io-jecioc: Febraarv 15
15 5-lCc; March 15 9-133 life; April 15 13-
ivaioic; stiAj. 10 1-1001 Cfc; June 16JO
iojc. uea ouu bales. - - -
. New York,Xov. 9, 12:12 P. a-Cotton
Ordinary 12 Jc; good ordinary 13 Jc; low
middling 14ic; middling 14c; Alabama
njc; utteara loc ' ilarket wesi. Sales
for exports last evening 10 bales; for con
sumption s Dates; last evening 41 bales.
New Tobk-Nov. 9. 12:12 p.m. Cotton
Futures quiet and weak. November de
livery 14 IRUT-lGci December 14 !i 14 11-
16c; January 14 15-15filo.? February 13
March 15 ft 15 9-16c: Anril 15 13-lS.lIc
kMioa iu,tiw uucs. v,
JMEW 1 ORK, ov. 9. 1.-23 P. M. Cotton
Futures dull. November deltveiT 14ifl)
14 9-165 December 14214 lUdc Janu
ary 14 115-16ftl5c; Februarv ISic; March
15JC15 9-16c; April 15 13-ltiftlOic ? Sales
ii,uw Dales. . . : ,
New York, Nov. 9, 2:15 p.m. Cotton
Ordinary 12 Jc; good ordinary 13c; low
middling 14!,c; mtddlins 14c; Alabama
14c; Orleans loc. Market weak and
nominally unchanged. Soles for consump
tion 110 oaica.
New York, Nov. 9. 2:40 p. M-Cotton
rutures dull. November delivery 14L
14 9-16C,- December 14:iTl4 ll-16c: Janu
ary 14 ft 14 15-1 6c; February lSJc; March
15 9-lftc; April 15J015 13-16c: Mvl3-16
eiOJc; June 15-I(;ei6;c Sales 13,600
V : V ...
xw ickk,.ov. v. uaiiv cotton re-
Dort for 2 dars at aU I7nf tni Siitp rmrta
Net receipts 55,641 bale; exports to Great
uriiaio ou.iy.s nates; exports to oontinent
o,iu Dales; stocic of all classes 446,021
Daies; exports to r ranee 5,00:3 bales.
I . ' UVKRPOOU
LrvEJiPOOL, Nov. 9, 1250 p.m. Cotton
steady. Middling uplands 7f07!d; Or
leans ttnia. isaies to-dar lo.OOO bales.
of which 2,000 bales are for export and
speculation. - -
LrvERPOOL, Nov. 9, S.-00 p. u. Cotton
steady. Middling uplands 71 07 Jd; Orleans
fciScid. Sales to-day 15,000 bales, of;
which2,000 bales are for export and specu
lation, oaies or American l,WJ bales.
timouiy per bushel, Bed lop
(Herds grass), $1X0; orchard grass, $2J&;
Kentucky blue grass, $L25; barley, $L60;
. . riACB. GRAM AID HAT.
Fix)rB-upernne, $4.00; XX. $4X0O
4.75; XXX $5.2505X0; choice family
$5.7506.00; fancy, $6X006.75.
CoKsr MeaXt Unbolted and bolted,
sacitea in aepot, ei.uo.
Conn backed, 97tc0fl.OO; in retail
lots, $1.00; loose, 90c; ear, in car load lots,
a ear, Dy retail, oc
Wheat Mediterranean, 95cj red, $ LOO;
Oats Sacked and delivered in depot,
00c; retail ojic . - . , . . . . T
' Bras Loose, $20.00; sacked in depot,
Hat Timothy, $24.00027X0? Frairle
hay, $20.00. r . - ; - -
Stock of old meats and lard about ex
hausted. New lard, market bare .and quo
tations nominal. We quote new bulk
meats, ten days in salt, as follows :
Bclb Clear sides lUc; shoulders 710
Lard New, tierces 15015sc
CATTXE, SOC1S ASD SHEEP.
Shxep $1502.50 per bead.
Hoes Weighing over 200 lbs, 6061c:
ngnier, t'coc; snoats, sjctjc
UATTtE bcalawaM, 101 1c: common
butcher's, 2c; goM butcher's, 2J2Jc; fine
snippers, 3c; grazing caUle, 20-j;c
HIDES ASTD LEATHEE,
Hides Green' 7071c; green salted
8c dry salted 1401.V: dry flint 16017c;
damaged and grubby lots icon.
leather oaK so.'e per pound, 40
042c; Hemlock 2S0SOc: harness leather
No. 1, 40c; harness leather , No. 2, 35c;
skirting 40044c; bridles, black 1? dozen,
$48.00054.00; fair bridle, $.j7.W063.OO;
French calf $48.00072.00; American kip
$1&UU072jUG; calf $&L0C&4&rjO; uppw
leatlier $:X).OO042.OO; toppings, all colors,
$10.00012.00; linings, white and pink,
$6.00012.00; leather in the rough V tt 22
COrXTRT PRODrCE. '
Market quiet, trade light and quotations
Dried Fecit Apples 51c: peaches,
quarters and mixed, 5,c; halves, 7Jc; peeled,
Ojnoxs Per barrel, $4.25.
Potatoes Northern $&25 per barreL
Appuia Northern $3X0 per barreL
FsaTHrns Strictly choice, 4Sc.
Bexswax Choice, 26027c
Rags Well assorted, 2c
GrasisG Per a, $lS01a
Wool Unwashed, 230: joe washed 351
045c Burry 5010c less.
Broom Corh Prime to cliolce, 40Sc
Chktxuts Per busl4, $150. ...
Butter Country, from wagon, 150
Pocltbt Fry big chickens, 12015c:
Eg en From wagon, 18c per dozen.
Tallow Choice, 6Jc.
Scsab New Orleans 1OJ01OJ; Deme-
rarallc; standard hards 12c; A coliee 11 Jc;
B do. lite extra C do. lie, yellow C 10
Molasses ew Orleans two 73c; sirups
65065c; golden simp 65075c -
Coffee K10, common to cnolce, zltJJ
23c; Lagusyr 23024c; Java 2yt03Oic
Cheese Factory, 16017c
Nails lOds, per keg, $4.00 and 25c ad
ditional for diminishing grades.
Salt 7 bushel barrels, in store, $2.25;
by car load in depot, $2.35.
Caudles otar lijcvi' '
Fish Half barrels, Nos. 1, 2 and 8 $8.50,
$7.00. and $6.00; in kits, Nos 1, 2. and 3,
r2-00. $1.75 and $1.60.
Kick Choice new by the barrel, Bc
Teas Imperial 750S1.25; Young Hy
son ijc3J1.j; liiacK ouccslw; uun
I'owDEB Lupont wisl sycamore Aims
$7.25; blasting $540; fuse per 100 feet 65c
Shot Patent $2.20; liucif $.4d.
Liquors -Common rectified whisky V
gallon 95c0$LlO; Robertson County $1.75
03.UC uouroon i.zoou; uncoin
County $1.750U)O; Highwines $1 03.
Brooms Per dozen, l UO03XUL
Soap Common to fancy, 505c V lb, or
$3.-2504.50 V box.
IiLACEGfe Mason's large, V dozen,
70c; small, 35c
Caxuiks Common stick, 15c; common
I'ifpeb l"fer lb, 27lc
Spick Per ft, 16c
Gutger Fer ft, 16c
Clo-es Per ft, 60070c
Starch Per ft, 5Jc
Soda Per ft, 0c.
PECAS8 Per ft, lOi012c
Cottoh Ties Per ft. 7J08,c
Bieeus Hemp and flax, 14015c
Cordage Jute, 13c; grass, 205 cotton
CoTTOJr YAHir Per ft l0r 12c 14c
and 16c for 700s, 600s, fiOOs and 400a.
Iros Tennessee bar 61e V ft; Ken
tucky do. 4c; Tennessee band 808 c Ken
tucky do.d05c; lennessee boiler plate 80
8c; boiler heads 9c; fire box CJc; sheet,
common, d&oc; Co. Kentucky, o07c; do.
Tennessee, 809c; east steel and shear 20c;
American blister 12 Jc; English blister 18c
SOITHERS PRODrCE HARKETM.
Atlanta, Ga-, Nov. 7. Graut Com,
white $1.15; ear $140. Wheat, white
$1.4001X0; amber $1.2501.45; red $1.25
01.85. Oats, 80cV jRje $1.35.
Barley $1X0 Hay Timothy $1X00
1.60; Clover $1.25 r loc rou per line
$55; extra $6.00; family $o2o0C5O;
extTt family $6.7507.00; fancy $7X007.75
........Bacon Sugar-cured hams 12c;
clcr sides 0 c; clear rib 0 c;
shoulders 9c Lard Tierces 16c;
btHkets C I'OCLTRT Chickens, 20
025c Eoes 22025c UiT-
Augusta, Ga, Nov. 7. Grain Corn
white $1.10; mixed ami yellow $1.05.
Wheat white $1.4001.45; amber $L35
01.40; red $10010. Oats ear load lota,
75c0$lXa Rye seed $1.7o. Barley seed
2.0a Hat Timothy $30.00 per ton;
Western mixed t25.OO028.oa... .Flour
Western superfine $.".2505.75; extra $0.00
aT0.-; umiiy $3.oO06.7o; .laucy family
$7.0007.25. ,.;..BAy Clear rib aides
"ic; shoulders SJc; sugar-cured
nains, 14c.. ..... Labo Tierces , and
barrels, ljc; in cans and kegs, 16c.
Poultry Chickens 250i5c Egg
25c... ...Butter Country 35c , .
KoifE, G,,N'ov. 7. GRAnr Corn, loose
85c$1j00u- Wheat- $10110 L25. Oats 60
0$l.OOper. bushel Hay 9Oc0$1.25
per cwt Flour Choice $7400840;
family and extra $7.0007X0: superfine
$6.50.......Eaco5 Clear sides 11010c;
nams XoHiiG shoulders 10ft I2c
LlAED 1 iercea 17018c: half barrels 17c:
segs ia4iiyc...v..uuTTEB 250.;5c
savannah, Ga- Nov. 1. Grain
Cora, white $!.!; yellow or mixed $L12,
aXLL. Kye$l.7X. Sed oats $1X0
ti AY Western at wholesale $r-.....,
TV f .a m w . .
xLotK itorinem . ana ., vvestern super
fine, $5-0005.75; . extra $6ji5?6.75:
tmuly, $74O07.7-; extra family, $7-750
8.80; fancy, $8XO09.8O...,Bacos
Clear rib sides. 140141; . shoulders 90
9c; hams 14017c... Jard In tierces
15015ie; tubs 151c Dresseii 12lc
Poultry Chickens, 25033 Eggs
27028c.M.... Butter Western 2Sft
Macon. Ga.. Nov. 7. (xRAix Com
White $L15; yellow $143. Flour
rancy $3X009.00; family $7X008.00:
extra $7.00; superfine $X0 Bacon
Clear nb sules 14c; shoulders 9c
Lard Tierces 16c; kegs 16c . -
Selma, Ala- Nov. 7. G RA15 Corn
$1.0001.10. OaU 75090c JlAY
$1.2501X0 Flour Choice, per bar-
re!, 58.0009.00; family and extra family.
.oo0S4i; superfine $5.0005X0
Sacon Clearrib sides 15016e; shoulders
lO01Oie... ....Lard Tierces 18C half
barrels lC017c; kegs 19020c- -
aiAIiKLETS BY TELEGKAP11.
Tba CsUm Kartteta.
LnrEBPOOL, Nov. 9. Cotton steady;
middling upland 7?a"l; middling Orleans
8ja8iL Sales 1-3,000 tales; American 7,
000 bales; speculation and export 2,000
ties. - ' - :
New Yobs, Nov. 9. Cotton weak, quo
tations nominal; middling uplands 14c;
middling Orleans 15c The market for
futures closed easy with sales of 16,600
bales as follows: November delivery 14 ia
1419-32c; December delivery 14!al4 l-32c
January delivery 14 29-32al4 15-16; Feb
ruary delivery loic March delivery 15 17-
32c; April delivery 15 2.J2al5 13-16c;
May delivery 16 l-16c; June delivery 15 5-
16a 15Jc . .
New Oeleass, Nov. 9. Cotton-
demand fair but not very active; sales 4,-
VM Dales:prices irregular but generally firm;
we repeat Saturday's quotations: good
ordinary to strict good ordinary 13al3e;
low middling to strict low middling 13
a!4c; middling to strict middling 14.
I4c; good middling to middling fair 14
al4Jc; receipts 5,712 bales; exports none
stocK vu,i Daies.
Memphis, Nov. 9. Cotton quiet and
unchanged; middling 13al4c; sales 1,300
bales; receipts 117 bales; shipments LS2-
bales; stock 29,3S0 bales.
Mobile, Nov. 9 Cotton market qniet
and firm; middling 14c; net rereiris 2,70"
bales; exports coastwise 1441 tiai'-s; sales
1X09 bales; last evening 500 bales.
SAVAJTNAH, Nov. 9. Cotton market
dull, buyers and sellers apart; middling 13J;
ne recei pis 6,252 bales; grow reeipts6252
bales; exports to continent '1X2 baW;
coastwise 1,655 bales; sales PCS bales.
Charleston, Nov. 9.. Cotton cniet;
middling 131114c; net receipts 4,20!) bales;
gross rewlpts 4109 bales; exports to Great
Britain 8,107 bales; to rrau y bales;
coastwise 1,715 bales; sales 1,0)0 bx'.-s. ,
Galveston,. NovS. Cau;nia quiet
and unchanged; midtiiing 14c; n receipts
lJiOl bales; gns receipts 1,20 1 bales; ex-i
ports to Great Britain 14-'S6 ha!"?; cistwis?
2,721 bales; sales 1.S00 bales. ' .
St. Louis, Nov. 9. Cottor, ruarkct
quiet and unchanged. .
LouTSVTLLE, Nov. 9. Cotton ouk-t and
unchanged at 14. '
. Cincinnati, Nov. 9. Cotton dull and
ttnehaad at 14c
, Perelara Market. . .
London Nov. 9, 5 p. m. Consols for
money 92a93; for account 93a93i; Unit
ed Stales 5-208 oi '05, KW: do. 1867,
Vm; 10-t0's 104J; new 5s, 103i; New York
Central, 95; Erie, 20 i; do. preforrea 44.
The amount of bullion withdrawn . from
the Bank- of England on balance to-day
Lttxepoox, Nov. 9. Breadstutfs are
quiet. .5 . '
Paris, Nov. 9. Rentes 62f. lc.
Frankfort, Nov. 9. 5-20s of 1862
Mew Tark Heaey Harttes
New York. Nov. 9.- Tlie Customs re
ceipts to-day were $384,000. Tbe Assistant
Ireasurer disbursed to-day were $1,234,.00.
Money was 2ia3 per cent. Sterling ex
change was firm at 484Ja48o for sixty days,
and 4oia4N4 for sight- Gold opened and
closed at llii with sales at llOillOjc
The , borrowing raxes were fiat at 2 per
cent, and the carrying rates la3 pr cent.
Tbe cl.!rings to-day , were $6,000,0"0.
State bonds a ere quiet and strong, liail-
road bouda were in good demand and a
sliglit advance in Pa.nQc The stock
market opened iai- per cent, above the
ci:iig quotatioJiA of Saturday, and as the
morning wore ou a further advance of ,a,
per cent, was uiade with tlie chief interest
Paciiic MaiL 0'u:os and L'niou Pacific ,
l'scificMail and L'niou Pacific advanced
011 a report to the ellect that negotiations
were pending ana were liable to end favor
ably looking towatd the conciliation ot the
interests of both companies and at least
they would most likely hereafter exchange
fjeujht. Chios were upou the company '
report of increased earning for October and
a report that there was a likelihood of tlieir
interest N'Uig joined to tlie Baltimore and
Ohio road." Later bn'there was a slight
falling off in tlie principal stock, but at th
cle the market was strong and in most
instances were at tbe best of tli day, - - r
I he sales at the Stock Exchange between
ten and two o'clock to-Jav amounted to
216,0ta shares, of which 25X00 shaies were
Western Union, 24X00 I'acihc MoiI,3S,-
800 Lake Sliore, 30,070 Union I'acilic
12,000 Northwestern, 8,(XJ0 SU Paid and
21,000 Wabash. , -
Sterling Exchange. Bankers' Bills 4351;
United States coupons of 1881. 118!;
5-208 of 1862, 1111; do. of 1864, 113J: do.
of 1865, 114; do. nev 116.; 5-2is of 1867.
1172; United states coopons ot 1868, Uli;
new fives, 1111; 10-40e, 1121; currency sixes
118;; Missouri State bonds 94 1. Teiuiessee
old 72; do. new 72. Stockj Western
Union Telegraph 7I; New York Central
1021; Erie 28f; do preferred 45.. .
Hew Tark Dry Haw da Market. .
New York, Nov. 9. Business was
moderate, with commission houses a fair
jobbing trade was transacted. The print
market was unsettled by a reduction of
American dark fancies to 8 Jc and Simpson's
to the same orice. Cotton goods are gen
erally qniet; Leavy and four-yard browns
are in f.iir request. White Rock bleached
shirtings are down to 12c! Hamilton cot
ton flannels are reduced to lc. Union
mourning prints are down c and Greys
lew Tark CMewral Karketa.
New York, Nov. 9. Flour unchanged;
superfine, western and State $4.Goa4.40; ex
tra Ohio $4-75a6.70; bU Louis $4.908.00.
Wheat quiet; receipts 111,000 bushels No.
1 spring $U4al.i5; No. 1 spring old $1.20;
No. 2 spring old $L12al.l6. Corn lower
at 92a93c. Rye firm at 90a93c. OaU 0i
62 ic Coffee dull and unchanged. Sugar
dull and heavy at 8ja8ic Mesa pork active f
western mess $19. ; middles firmer; sliort
clear 10c Lard prime steam 14 Jc, to ar
rive 14 c Whisky 90a.f9ic. , . .
BalUaee-re Harkeia. .
Baltimore, Nov. 9 Flour dull anl
unchanged; family $-i.7."a6.25. . Wheat
steady; No. 2 red $1.16. Corn nomin 1 at
86aOOc OaU firm at ,60a62c Rye dull at
90a93c IVovisions quiet; sides scarce.
Mess pork nominal. Bulk meals shoul
ders 8c; clear rib lltal2c Bacon shoul
ders 8a9c; clear nb llc Sugar-cured
bams 14al5c Lard 14 Jc ConVe nominal
Whisky $lal.0L ..
w Orieaa Market. ' '
NEW ORT.EAW3, Nov. P. Gold 110J;
sight J dis. sterling 532. ' Flotir fn good
dVmand; XX $4.50; XXX $5.005X0;
choice $6.750.25. Com mixed $1.06;
white $1.09al.l0. - Oate quiet at 65a70c
Bran quiet at $1.05. Hay dull; ordinary
$24; prime $20.50; choice $27X0.- Mess
pork market barer at $2525.50. Dry salt
meats scarce and ia demand; s- HV.-irfand
clear rib 11 Jc. Eacon scarce i.-d Uiayant;
shoulde'rs 8;a0cr clear rib 11'c. Hams
careet ohl 13ali3ic; new none on stand.
Lard scarce; tierces i 14-$ ke.4.15.v ,..Suir'
hi good demand but at weak prices; com
mon 6Jt6e; fthr tfl furly Cur 8a ' strictly
prime 8fc. ilo'.isses in eoo! J jiuand and
prices easier; centrinisral 42 eotnmon 50c;
prime to clK.ice tiCV.? AV"M".try,' snrf ly
light; Louisiana ,$1.0L'al,04; wtst.'m $1.03
al.05. Cotlee unclianged; ortlinary 17in20c.
Corn meal qiiet, ? ...
- CluelstaaU Uarkela. - '
Ci3Ci35ATi,-Nov. 9. Flour is steady.
Wheat firm at $l.ti5al.CS- fir red. Cwn
firm; ear 02a63c; sheiidJ54o. Oatanrm at
53a50c Rye steady 94c. Barley firm; No.
2 $1.25. Lard scarce and. wanted; prime
steam 13c for spot or this week. Bu t ineaU
firm; sluMiliiers ic; clear rib lOalUc; ciear
lOJc 'Bacon scarcoand firm; shoulders 8a
8;t clear rib 14c; no clear on the market.
Whisky, firm at 60c. ' ,"
. , Latavllle Mark eta."", . t
-Louisville, Nov. 9 Flour quiet and
unchanged; superfine $3.75a4.25; extra $4.25
a4.75; extra family $5ai5'; No. 1 $-1.73
6.25; fancy $6.25at5.7-'. WTieat quiet and
unclianged; red D5c; amber $1.05; white
$1.05. Corn quiet and unchanged, S0a82c
OaU quiet and unchanged at 5U57o in bulk.
Rye quiet and unchanged at $1. Mess pork
quiet and unchanged at $20. Bacon
sboullers Scr, clear rib, none; dear 14c
Sugar-cured nams 11 Jal2c Bulk meats
shoulders 7ic; clear rib 101c; clear 17Jc
Lard tierces LLj; keg 14c Whiiky 96c
; (lea Markets. 7 ; . -Chicago,
Nov. 9. Flour oniet and un-
ehancPcL Wheat dull with the advince
lost; No. 1 spring 91c: N'o. 2 srria iIa
8CJc easii; aoc for November I;itvery; 874
r December delivery. Corn dull at 831c
cash; 751c tor November delivery; 73 ic
f.T seller all tbe year. Oats 4-c cash or
November d.'livr; 47fi for seller ail the
year. Kye 82US4 Jc Barley lower at $LJ8
al.21. Mess pork higher at $18 casli; $17X0
for seller all the year; $17.95 for Februarv
delivery. Lard firm at 12;12Jc cash;
$11.95 for seller ail the year. Bulk meats
steadv; partly cured shoulders 6J(- clear rib
7ay;.-; clear 9Je all loose. Whiky 9CarCi.
- ' ' SU' lala Etarketa. ; , ' '
Louis, Nov. 9. Fk-ur, lowest grades
scarce and wanted; high jrsdes lower to
sell. Wheat dull and declined; small sales
of No. 3 red Ldl at 90c; No. 2 red winter
$1.05 bid cash; sale at $1.05al45. for
November delivery; $1.08 for December
delivery. : Cora opened hither; new Now 2
mixed 72 cT dosed lower at 7c. - Oats 53
wc Bariey firm and rinchaned at $L10a
1.12L Rye slow at 88c Whisky steady
at Wic. Mess pork iu good demand for fu
ture; $13.25a 19.50 cash; $18.23 for January.
ury salt meaU nrm and In uod loobins
demand; shoulders 7Jc; cloar rib luial ljc
Bacon in good demand for future; shouldV-rs
8Jc; clear rib 12ial4c. Lard higher at li'Jc
cash. Hogs Gnu at 54aPJo. Cattle q'lict
and unchanged. ' . -. - .
EeaaUl Markets. '
Memphis, Nov. 9. Flour quiet and un-
eliansed as $3.50a7.0tv - Grain market is
hare. Oats scarce aud firm at 6364c in
store. Mes pork quiet and unchacjpd at
4. Lanl, t iws scarce and Or it 144c;
keg14j. ' Bulk meal scarce ami linn;
shoulders So: cl'ar rib 11c; clear- 12c
Bacon scarce and fiuu; shoulders 8?a9c;
clear rib l:;al4e- ' '
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