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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

1 i . fliCH, D' Bivike Servichs To-tiay. The Ripht evAretm wm-jUaint4rdrUihori-df flie Pin: ""TI 77. Tll E. Church in Tenneme, will preach at St. m . . Vetera Chapel, North 8nmmer street, be tween Madinon and J ton roe aired, at 3 o'clock thKhfteWodifandlwlIl tiaM&i&er the holy rite of confimation. ruooB M, II. . BniEMj opened Chancery art yesterday for Ihe beneat of the teo- ouri yestenlay pie of Franklin, Tennessee. The Memphis 'papers ot" Saiu'jepqrt a number tif ' fatal oases of cWlcra ja ihiX city on Thuraday iuid Friday... Strange in deed that thLf dread di?eae uliodTS" : have' broken but again and no late in the season. CEHyxogi,YPW'-A. eoloreJ .'bcjr.l who drives an xpre wagon, carelesalrun over a, littlecTul Jn the street on Saturday evening. . Yesterday morning Jie was fined ' ten dollars and Bent Sown to the workhouse. The Pkaux ani Doujeau Cask. This case which is exciting considerable inter cut, was tolmye been examined yesterday morning before the Recorder's Co...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

- JMPBAWDIfiNTr- menl, dRttapoadeaee of tho'' Cincinnati Commercial. -is a'leker just received by a prominent offi- -cxd.fromexrFostiautec General Dennupn 2& tLc political situation : Mixta, 0., Nov. 23. Sm: 1 have anxiety in regard to the temper of n friends in Congress in respect to the President; but Ihope it will'be '6f a? dighi- Sod. and moderate nature as displayed in ward and acts. I am wholly opposed to all impeachment movement, .unless thqJBresi de&t his been doing or shall do something rlhtt will make it imperative upon Congress to vindicate its honor, or preerra the peace -at lae country. As to his policy, the i people have nro ipoh' it;" and Con- naenced their verdict uoon fceas may well leave it, onlv carrying otit v prober legislation the will of the people as expressed in that verdict. I shall be .-gLuLto eee an improvement In the temper t the. President, and will Jiail with great ssiwac(ieu his hearty co-operation with Oaqgre&a hi Becuring the adoption of...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

r is . . i y ii ii in ii iii ii i. tiWlHlmW f :w W!-'-T - iii J. AT CHACEEY SALES 111 r, n am. ft (V 'JjjiI SUCCESSES TO UNUSED -SWA?ZE& u . r - . . .. Saturday, jeqerai)er:i l8GGJ BMG ..IST;Sy C L"A I'M A Gofcton'and JpbaccoPactors, M ' fro i - Comer Ohnrcxi and' Cherry. Sts. JUL. '.MOXDHA'N'SLOTS; H i 7. Mi OF 1 l zvit- iiit ! i , - w . .,... . , r . . I . . . ... .. - ..w, .... I. I . . i. ,i,kt ,-.' I ... , ... .vr r 1 lit .. .:ri r"RTJnTT A "TV HP'S ..I .' Ul.JJI ' M . ... . , .Til ;' fl 1 Market Street, - A'asIryikTe. , , n ! i i I THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN J. Use above. Warehouse, will purchase and reiiuottoa, ioboeeo, Hacqn, Lari, or any other rjuuucc, oa uummisgioi Kith their business suit cut market Driee far their Prndiie ,. Onr nt-nr. Trill be as low m aay iouse ia the city. . -Should our old friends fayAr us with order? for. Groceries. they mar rely do barior roeJturcliMed attbe I lowest market prices. We will giro our attestioa I 10 Eooas lorwaxuoa to ly trom ot...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 4 December 1866

FINANCE AND TRADE. Gold anvanced a fraction in New Yortf yesterday, Laving opened at 141, advanced to Hloi 110, declined US Ml at 12:30, 1415 at 2:30 and closed at 141 at 4 r. M. The transactions in gold here are very light tnHlBrpkeri-iTere paving 40 and hokling l" 1 Government securities were quoted in New York yesterday a.s follows: -5-31)3 Registered " Coupons - 1' 2d aeries, Registered . 2d genes tampons.... ' 3d series - .. .. " New issoe Registered ...... Uiupons. 1103 " 3d eeries ................ London advices of the 3d inst. quote -3-20's at 70. Exchange on gwjl'ork is in good de mand and the rate is par buying and '-tfemium selling'.'1 ' Bonk of Tenriessee is decidedly dall, without any particular causo to be assigned, - cxcepling the scarcity of currency, and Brokers are offering 476, at which rate considerable quantities were bought yes terday. Planters' Bank is firm at S2 cents '"buying and 83 cents selling. There is not aiuch Remand for Union Bank notes, -and Bnjkers ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

k ml i T7TI J : n r .11 1 vil! . ! U wT VOL. XXXIII. NASHYIEEE, TENjNTESSEE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5;; :1S66. -NO? 9 .c . ..i nniT i ' i w m n ffi ...... sra I I -fl l Tin. OJLA T J. JLiJUJtli JL VJLJL 4 s NEWS OF THE IA.Y Fer the week endins Sunday there were 103 deaths in Daltitaore. Mih Anna Dickinson tbo Radical lecturer, ii seriontly ill at Uockford, Illinois. The United States steamers Hartford and Wyoming were at Yokohama,' Japan, October 27th. ' The latwt report about Stephens, C. 0. 1. It., is that bo is in Betlon, negotiating for ships to tako arms to Ireland. John V. Coekroft, of the "Nassau Bank, was robbed of a package of $20,000, on Nassau street New York, on Saturday. The rejtetratien lists prepared for the New York mnnieipal election, were clwed on Satur day night. They contain the namos of over 123, 000 electors Commissioners have now been apppointod to assess tho valuo of slates enlisted daring th war. for Missouri. Maryland, Kentucky and Tennessoe. Both branches of ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

' 1 2 NASHYILLE UNION ANB DISPATCH DECEMBER 5, 1S66. i i i i I t a L c i D i l! ii ti tt a a! fi g! 11 tc w tl ki is oi it i Fli Of cl in o d 13 ca m tb at & at m fa fol ca tn ur to to wi op CO' in) ho ml m vd PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE uses of Sonsress? Two Houses m m m 9 " AT THE Commencement of the Second Session of the Thirty-Xitlth I; Congress. Fellow-citizens of the Senate and House of Hepretentalhcs: '4, I t After brief jntervjUhetdongreswof the uuiicu oiavca jcBuiucn lis annual legisia,- tive duties. Ait all-wise and merciful Providence has abated theuestilencerwhlch YTi8iled;qa shores, leading ata cahiniilous ' -traces upon Fome portions of our country. Peace,- prder,-, tranquillity? and civil au thority have been formally declared to ex rtnjst throughput the whole of the United States. In all of the States civil authority has superseded the coercion of arms, and M iflhe people? by their 'voluntary action, are maintaining their governments, in full " activity and complete oper...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

jTciJncic Apple. ' f Th&4phattanooga Union of the 2d instant ' We were shown yesterdaj ,a couple of as line apples, raised in -JLenneasee, aa ever graced thp tables of anjsSomoIogical air in NewY 6rk or Ohio'. TheyVere brought to this city by the lion. WnuJJ. Campbell, whopasrted through enVoiiloWashington on inursday. Unc of the applea was rawed in Grundy county, said to be the poorest county for fruit or grain in the State, lie 'other grew on Mr; Campbell's own place, and was raised from a needling It measured thirteen inches in circamfer cncc, and looked much like a Baldwin havinir the smooth touch of that variety, It was of a Urk red color, with a few lieht streaks through its coat, and altogether was a magnilicent specimen. The mountain region of Tennessee is peculiarly adapted to the growth of thefinest varieties of the apple, and it is remarkable that a greater amount of this fruit is not produced in this State. Large shipment of apples are made to Nashville from St Louis...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCil, DECEMBER - & lSdd.. 7T Slurihru ami gbptdt. PUBLISHED BY C.-It72VjVIIVGTOX tfe CO. Term". of HuWcripUou. Daily, per year. , Daily, per month-... Daily, per week Tri-Weekly, per year Weekly, per year 1.40 35 7.00 3.00 Payment inTariably in advance, and the paper discontinued when the time paid for expiree. Voluntary communication!, containing intcr " egtineinportantncV,tlfcited'fro"m any quarter New i letters 'from thej various counties pf, tie State ctpecially detired. AVEDXESDAV, DECEMBER 5, 1866. "We arc indebted to Col. Ilobcrt John son, l'rivate Secretary to the President, for anjadvancc copy of the message, in an official form; by-jvhich wof.wcrc enabled to lay it before our readers, in an extra from this office, early yesterday afternoon. This is far preferablo to the mutilated form in 'which such documents have here tofore been communicated to the press of this city by telegranh, "Wo texpectcd to have received il a day earlier, and would hav...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

We underhand that the ireall-pox is pre vailing inChatiafloojgKqulie badly;; y The Pearl and Dolbear case was argued yesterday before Recorder Foster and the the decision will be delirered to-dr.y. .Aii '. Mil Rt The alarm of fire last niht was caused by the burning of rotne tar opposite the new bfildCogfLeiu crfe&teU. tm tDeaJeaflk street near College street. Peddling Wrmotrr LiCENSpp-QuUe a number -of peddlsrs were veeterlay fined by : Recorder JSWer for having failed propfj to renew their HcenFCfr, which but-recegtly expired. , Assault. A -man named J, T. Jackfon was yesterday fiftetI"teridollars'br stn&ngf a colored boy,; oi'fe 'o& the irtulfirfatIhe Stedman Houses ' l ' Wrrmx an hour and thirty ftiinutetf af ter the President's niefsage Wai received in the city, our corps of coapmitors had It in type. It would be hard to finda.more ex pert set of printers. Quick Time. Allisons-Bros, shipped by Southern routo 14S bales cotton to 5fev York, which arrived there o'rflhg...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

PUESBYTlBRIlNISir ' " i . : : 1 1 l k The Closing BntfncfTi ol'tlio Rcat'on Adoption or the Form of Goreruuient w nuvir Reported for tho Union and Dispatch. The AambiyJmcH at 9 A.M.aid openeif wuq prayer. Alter reading the minutes the Key. Dr. Baird presented the follow ing minute, which yraa, on motion, adopted, as an aaaeQaa to the report of the Com mittee on the Relation of the Church to the rreedmen : Ilesolved, JJy.the General Assembly, of me l'resbyterian church m the United btatea, That every 'Brosbyterr under the in nsdiction of this bflHv. be enioined to seek out and set apart a minister to the work of the Jtnvangeliflt for its bounds, to act a superintendent of iU vacant congregations, Tvberever practicable. Thexc Superintend ents span dc authorized . to act aa Jjlodera tore of the seanions of the vacant conEreca lions, to preach tho Gospel and administer me sacraments to them at stated interval?; to counsel the sessions m holding social worship in the absence of the mmibt...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

It HUGH Mc0REA & 00., SOUTHERN' oute 11 !,.!' t GEAlCEEY SALE BUCCBSSfES fob ; ! ' Saturday, December 8, 1866. A. 'lIAmiLTOW & CO., Cotton and '-Tobacco' Factors, M. M. MONOHAN'S LOTS, DElOYltCE & CO.. . . Wholesale and Retail DRUtfGISTS, Comer Chmci and Cherry Sts., DEAIKES IS v - n it"i t FORWARDING AUD C05I3U83IpK 3IarkBtWreel, -f--galaVilIcw ' ! 'PHE "UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN J. the above: warehouse, will purchase'; and tell Cotton. Tobacco, Bacoa, Lard, or any other 1'rodnce. on Commission, rjanters ravelin us with their business way rcfy on rettint; tk hira cst market price for their IVftdnce. Our bar-e3 will be as low as any house in the city- $heuld our old friends favor us with, erdorabr Groceries, they may rely oniiavinc goads purchased at the lowest market prices . Wa isiU tnve ur attention to goods forwarded to us from other cities. Ship pers may rely on bavin? their go it forwarded promptly by the firtt train or boat after their ar rival. OureHJceiJ on .Mark...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 5 December 1866

8 FM'MCE AND -TR ADR Gold is lower, having opened in 2Jcw York yesterday at 1401, was 140 at U:30, and(clH5dat 'tbe'Bam irate at 4 p. m. It was bought here in email lots at 139 and is i lieldatHl. r Government Securities ( were quotf in ifewTork yeslerdaya. fdllo'ws:""" 5-20s Registered - 10GK107, " Coupons VHmv$i 2d series Registered 1MV107 2d series Coupons.-- 31 series i r . , . ". 3d Coupons- , . 5 .JL v l New issue ' lO&fowk x ie-Wj j$iioo 7-J's. . mlA " 2d and 3d series K6?i1056 j .London , advices of the 4th inst. qaote 'Wa at 70J. Exchange on New York is bought by the Banks at par and sold at premium. There is no change in uncurrent moncy - though considerable lots are offered for sale. 35ank of Tennessee is coming in quite-freely 47c. Brokers are holding at 49051c. Elantera' Bank is Btill in good demand. Brokers are paying 82c and Belling at S3c Union Bank is bought at 777Sc and is -dield at 81c. Southern Bank notes are unchanged and Mlull. Xashvi He Corporation Checks ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

J! WV I 1 111 I I; lirl .jt m.ri ' 'k 1 I 1. i fi TIM 11 VOL. XXXIII, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, THSESpAY, DECEMBER, 6, 1S66 NO. 10. "" - : i-fc.i.. M ' i, - . . ; , . TTl A "V THE Bracken oounty, Kentucky, raited a half mil lion dollars worth of tobaeeo this year. The approaching session of the Illinois Legis lature commences on Monday, January 7, 1867. N, P. 'Willis was stricken with paralysis on the 1st inst, and is in a very precarious.condition. The lecture Ilorace Greeley is about to deliver in the West is on the "The Issues and Lessons of our Civil War. A company has been incorporated in Galves ton, Texas, with a capital of 3100,000, to build an Opcra-houso at that place, Tho Indianapolis Journal expresses the opinion that Got. Morton will be elected United States Senator in place of Mr. Lane, who de clines a re-election. A bill has been under consideration in the Georgia Legislature looking to the establishment of common schools for whites and blacks through out tho State, and wi...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH DECEMBER 6, 1SG6. 14(1 it re Jeta Ml 1 KB -I I teg Ml us, 11 REPORT OF THE SECUETAKT OF Tlirl Till AKITltV-r i lY.r it I . TUFK-UBEIC BEI1TS Tlie Sccretarw ftSe Tre WBTY M10WH in his report rt tott'oSrefSthat the public debtj on the 31 1st of ATTeuiri86o. amounted to $2,757,803,808 91, and on the 31st of Oc tober, 18CC, to $2,551,424,121 20, showing a net dccreae.in fourteen months of $200, 379,565 '71 These Btatemenln are in the highest de gree encouraging. They are conclusive evidence of the greatness of our resources, and they clearly indicate the patience of the people under selttrappseu, burdens, and their unwillingness ' that the debt should be a perpetual incumbrance upon the country. It is not expected, nor in it perhaps de sirable, that the same rate of reduction should be continued. A considerable dimi nution of taxes was effected by the amend mentft of the internal revenue law, at' the last session of Congress. A further dimi nution of interna...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

iNASH VILLE, JDIQK, AND DISPATCH, DECEMBER -.5, ,1866. ; '7TTT : PAPA I. TROUIUJES. , If Eiua the Ninth sfiXnld Tie driven aeain from Rome he will have the consolation of reflecting that he in not bjr any means the first of the long line of I'opea who have endured the miseries of exile. The fol lowing list, Ion as His, does not comprise all the Popes who have suffered from the Tiolence of faction and of war : Pope Libcriuajwas "imprisoned by a he retical Emperor. SUveriuu died in exile. Vigillus was imprisoned and executed. St. Martin died in exile, a martyr. St. Leo III. was driven to Spoleto. Leo V. was dethroned and cast into prison. Johr XII, had to fly from Rome. Benedict V. was carried off into Germany. John XIII. fled from a Roman faction and took refuge in Capua. Benedict VI. was imprisoned and murdered hy a Roman faction. John XIV. was cobt into the prison of St. Angelo and died of hunger. Gregory V. was com- Sjlled to fly from Rome by a civil tumult, enedict VIII. was driv...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

iixixaxx anil gigpatdt. tit tt ' rcBLisnro BT JT. C. DUNMXGTOS & CO. Terms of Subscription Daily, per year....- ............. Daily, per tnwth Dailv. per week Tri-Wcokly, per year Weekly. ter year 1.40 35 7.00 3.00 Pnymotit invariably in advance, and the paper discontinued when the time paid for expire?. Voluntary communications, containing inter estingitnportantnews, solicited from any quarter Newg lettert from the various counties of the State-especially desired. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 18G0. On the inside pagos of this morning's Union and Disiwrcn will be found the report of the Secretary of the Treasury, an interesting communication from Cof fee county, miscellaneous articles, etc. LEGISLATIVE. Both Houses yesterday adopted a reso lution to ndiourn from the 17th msL to the 14th of January. THE EABOR EXPERIMENT IV TEX XESSEE. In response to inquiries as to the suc cess or failure of the experiment of free negro labor in this State during the year now closinz, we have received b...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

NAISH YILLE f f fffifQK AM) DISPATGH, gJEpEMBERy R j (1866.. J! rfc it St mi oral wasi S? .1 0 ; IS e wife, JarilB -r- fSE ermi tens S.CIM it I I en srf lrte it ii&i in rILt V 1 ! BHfl D .14 i tic: ft 1 k : in to 11 ia THE CIT. Oon CIxSuncCIlIBB83,lvfho'lail, to re ceive their paper regularly will confer a favor fyy making the fact known at our counting room. The consolidation of the Beveral route of the carrier of the Union and American and of the Dispatch, and the nfecsneory, reorganization under the new order, hxs been attended with some unavoidable confusion, but in a few days we can promise the old Regularity." if We notice that travel through the oity has increased oenniderably during the last few days. Quiet. Up to a ate hour last night not an arrest had been repoxle'd,at police headquarters. Tin: Louisville Railroad bridge across the Cumberland lsunuergoingsomerepaira, designed to strengthen the structure. The weather yesterday was nuito mild and pleasant, notwithstandin...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

NASHVILLE 'UNION -Ata) DISPATCH, DECEMBER, '"fSbU 6 COFFEE COUNTY. Water Potrcr at Manchester, Tenner see. For the UnloDband Dispatch. The falls in (he two streams which uniting near this town, form Duck river, are Interesting natural objects. The rush of water at tfbese cascades hath a voice of music to the meditative, and lessons of in struction to the prudent- Here the ex nosure of the filata of rock affords the stu - dent of geology a rare opportunity for re search, testa and information. In fact, the whole Burronndingfl of this little village, arc interesting, ana it U a reproach to the intelligence, industry, enterprise and capi tal of our State and people, that the water power at this almost central town, and other advantages of this section, have been for so long a time, almost whollv passed by, or slightly estimated by those who have sought investments tor early and con tinually prospective increase in profit There is no more healthy region in all America. That is a first c...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH, DECEMBER 6, 1866. 7t CHAjLSTCEEY sales 1 HUGH McOREA & CO., 8C0CES8B8 TO A. HAMIIiTok & CO.', r ; S ' !. Cotton and Tobacco Factors, STORAGE, FORWARDING AND. .-COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Market Street, - - - Nashville. J-iAl mi rPl!H UNDERSIONKD HAVING TAKEN JL the above Warehouse, trill purchase end fell Cotton. Tobacco, Bacon, Lard, or any other Produee. on Commission. i'l inters favoring us with their business may rely on getting tho high est market price lor their Produce. Oar charges will be as low a any home in the city. Should our old friends favor us with orders for Groceries, they may rely on having goods purchased at the lowest market price. We will jive our attention to eoods forwarded to us from other cities. Ship pers way rely on having their goods forwarded IT jmptly by tho first train or boat after their ar rival. Ourofliceu on Market street, where the old books of Hugh McCrea A Co. can bo found by those interested. Hoping for a share ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and dispatch. — 6 December 1866

NASHVILLE UNION AND DISPATCH DECEMBER 6, 1&U FINANCE AND TRADE. Gold decGr4 about twOjGcntio New i orfc yesterKcir, Having Opened at 1401, j York eeclined to ilSSj at 11:30 .declined sgaia ,to , 13fii at 1:30. advanced to 139 1 Sand The Inglieft paint tfie day ttsls rWOJ, and closed i atl38?. reached during the lowest US't. Brokers here were paying according to the fluctuations Mn 3Tew York, 130(,138 and. were Iio!i'iwt' S40. '"'' j Sterling .Bxdaarige in New York was jttoted. yesterfity at 109(5,110. Government -ecuritics ' were Aiiew York yesterday as fo'lowK quoted in Leg-tit ered lOuK Wife 1051Q9 vt.oapotM ....... -S series Coupon. . " VW " Coupons-.-; New issue ......... -'0s Coupon . .7-30s, . " ' and 3d scries...-... Exchange on Xew York is a little at one- dull d Bank arc buying discount to par and selling .U owe-tfntli premium. There is but little dtiHg iu recurrent money, and TiaVes or ummI kinds are rather weak, owing to the great scarcity of currency. Bank of ffesnew...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And Dispatch
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