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Capital. $soo,ooo,oo B cat INSURE- IN THE & h NSURANCE COMPANY, NASHVILLE Office in the Gompany's building, Win fin (irwth fttllrnr Qfh Cabe, ja&sment for nlaintifil nnn rv?t,t defendant. . M. B. Rushing vs. Raney &Timberlake, judgment for plaintiff, $85. David Beech va. Mayor and City 'Council, the courts. PROBATE Court. Newton MeDlnre was -appointed guardian of John and Thus. By- our, uiiuuru. CRIMINAL CoURtJ Ed. Unuihen and and Wm. Lowery. larcehV. convicted, and term of Imprisonment fixed" at three years in mo penitentiary. The casoof Willis Barnes, charged with themnrder of Mrs. Houseb, was taken op ana pending at the hour of adjaurn menl. CrBCOTC COniiT .7. W. TTondrlfV tra W. E. HavEOOd. at. al.. vs. Andro.w Tino!. 1J Jl'" t. ' , ' '-- wiuicu, uismissea. J. w. Cablor vs. William Harding, continued. Mary M. Sharo VS. OatTVarinn f!?mPTr. din. t,-J ( LaW Court. J. Kennelly vs. B. Mc- John Humsden, IPres't. 67. P. Thncston,nc6 Pres't. w, 2Z. Johnson, Seey, BMLSOAI) WS& TABLE. TenueaeeBSd Pacific Railroad, No. 1 LeavesLob&nonat. 7:09 a. X. Arrivcsat Nashville at-.9:10 A. at. Leaves Nashville at.. ...4:30 r. h. Arrives at Lebanon at..C:40 F.x. Price's Stage leave Lebanon at7:30o'clock A.H. On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Arrive at Lebanon at 4 o'clock p. x. on Mondays, Wod- eeanye ana r naays. exarllle.Ciir.ttaiiocRa, and Hi. tools Hallway. (Dally except Sunday.)' vattnooztrelnleaTCB.7:45 a. x. and 8:00'?. u. arrives .12:15 T.at. ana l:SO A.X Memphis ecu St. Louis train leaves l: a. x.- 12:20 p.m - - it arrives... .5:00 a. x. and 4:30 p. k. Suelbyvtlle Accommodation. ;(DaIly cxccptSunday. SbslbyviUe Accommodation, leaves at 4:00 p.m. v. " 44 arrives 9:15 aji. Lonfjivillo and Nasimlle and Great SontXiern ZSaliroatX. Lesvo Station on North College street at 6:00 A h., dally and 1:20 P. K., Daily except Sondav. Arrives nt7:00 A. at., and S.-00 p. a. Tliel:20 r. it. train does not stop at nay point berwecn jx'asUTllla ana uan&un, except JEdgo C8ld Junction. Gallatin Accommodation, Dolly. Cisaves Nashville 4:00 r.x. ttontsvllle and P?-shvlllo and Great Southern Kallroad. -Kastivlllo and Decatur J91flolon. Iioareli. at N. Depot, North College street, Going South 7:20 A.X.; 6:20 p.x. rriTB Morth 4:10 a.x.: 1:40 p.m. Throagh trains arrire and depart from Louis ville and Nasbrllle Depot, North College street, 'Passengers car take trains at LoniSTille and NashrlUe Depot or Nashrille and Chattanooga Depot. Ooltjhbia AoooxHODATloir Leaves 3:30 p. x.,srriTca!):15 a.x., from L. & N. Depot, North College street. XtOoiBvlIlcacd Cincinnati Snort Sitae Bollroact. Trains leave andarrive atLonlrrUloutoIlom: LBAVB. ACSrVX. Sonthera fart'Llne, except 8 nndaT. 6.00 A. X. 7.-00 T. X. Cincinnati Express, dally 30 p. x. 12:30 y.K. Cincinnati tiipkt Express, except Sunday. 11.00 p. u. E:15 a. x. Iisxiiieton il&ll. except Sunday. 6:30 A. u. 6:30 A.s. Iiexineton mreet. except Btmaay. 2.D0r.x.ll:S0p.x. jjigrange Accommodation, except Sunday 5:uo A. x., H:1B p. x. Lagrange Accommodation, except Sunday..... ... A. M., 3:30 r.x. ShelbmUe Accommodati'n ' except Sunday 5:30 a. m., 3:30 P.X. Shnlbyville Accommodati'n U.jxceptSunday. 6:00 r.x., 8:15 a.x. beiuyville Accommodati'n Sunday only 8:30 A.x., 7:00r. x. Tlie Iloasea Xiirdor Case. ine trial of Wilkej B rnes. one of thn nazroes cb arced with hsW imniit in "u" "lutuar oi xars. liousen la?t snrlnir. he. - x ni ga yesterday, la the Criminal Court. His inai wm Do followed by that of Mrs. Housen luaugaier-in-iaw 01 tha mnrdprd mnm!ln -ua umrx uegrocs cnargea wun beins sicaklHS la the Eight Ward. Tho citizens of tho eifth ward i . . o in ma iorce last n iehi to hoar thn Tmr.y.cB of the candidates for Mayor. The awn. """ " Kcuuemen were lenginy, and we have never noticed a more attentive uunu vi iisieuera. The Columbia Herald ot the 19th Inst. says. u. u. Goad went to a steam mill near iiigbyville recently, and while the en gineer, Mr. Tanner, was absent for a few minutes, he let on all the steam, one bun- area ana twenty pounds. The carrlaea aa uut sal in motion ana tnero never was seen such a racket. The saw could not be seen at all so creat was its velocity, and tha frame of the engine groaned and jumped up and down as a ship in a great storm. Iho e eineer attemDted to cat aff the steam but did not succeed In time to prevent the Dig wncei, weigmng three thousand pounds from belnz smashed all to Dleces. By standers lied In dismay. It was a general ouiasaup, ana me aaaiage was about 500. The Columbia Herald of- the 19th inst. says: Charley Vaught's house, about six miles north of Columbia, was burned to ine gronna Monday night, about half-past 8 o'clock. Mr. Vaught had been working hard that day and retired early. The fire wa3 almost upon him before ha discovered lu He bad but little help; and although he By u large part oi nis lurniture out, cia it so hurriedly that it was badly Injured. An exquisite piano had all the legs broken off. iverytbrnz was more -or less mutilated. His gross loss will approximate six thousand dollars. He was insured in the GeonHa IT r 17 1 r iir . nuuiv, lor waicujnr. v. J. Jjaie is agent, iur iwu inousaua aoiiars. Silver is taken at 103 for halves and quar ters. ,We have do quotations for Government bonds. (Jar dealers pay 113 for the new Iwae series of 5-20's and hold at 110. Tennessee bonds are worth about 80. Comptroller's warrants are very quiet, with but few on the market and bat llttla demand by tax-payars. Dealers buy at 90 and sell at 96c Jfashville andTDecatnr Railroad stock is quiet at 46c iNashvil e and Chattanooga Railroad stock is quiet at &u. Tne Cotton KorrciMoat. The New York .FtnanciaZ Chronicle has returns from the Southern ports, showing tne receipts, exports, etc., oi cotton tor the weekending Sept. 19. It ay'pears that the total receipts for the seven days have reach ed 23,o7S Dales against 13,y05 bales last week, 8,856 bales the previous week, and 8,237 Dales three weeks since, making the total receipts since tha first or September, 1873,44,003 bale3 against 97,598 bales for the same period of 1872, showing a decrease since Sept. 1, .1878, of 53,505 bales. The exports for the week ending same date reach a total of 6,582 bales. which wero to Qreat Britain, while the stocks as made ud to date are 67.042 bales. Com pared with the corresponding week of last season, there is a decrease in the exports this week of 4,523 bales, while tho stocks are 26,878 bales 1 ss than they were at this time a year ago. We extracts from the Chronicle at hand as follows t Bombay SHlFMfajiTS. According to out 1 - J '; t.L ; 3 i. J iT. 1 cauiu uupaicu reraivuu m-uay, uuuro nave been 4,000 bales shipped fiom Bombay to Great Britain the past week and 1,000 to the continent, while tha receipts at Bom bay, during the same time have been 3,000 bales. Compared with last year there is an increase of 5,000 bales this year in the week's shipments from Bombay to all of Europe and that the total movement since Jan. 1 shows an increase in shipments of 1,000 bales compared with the cones rwnd- lng period ot 1&72. Visible Supply op Cotton Made up nr UABiiE and Telegraph. Below we give our table of visible supply, made up by cable and telegraph to-Dlght. The con tinental stocks and alloat are the figures of last Saturday, but the totals for Great Britain are this week's returns, and con sequently brongut down to Thursday even log: hence to make the totals the complete figures for to-night (Sept. 19), we add the item 01 exports from the United States. including in it the exports of Friday only ror ureat iintaln, but for the continent the exports for the enure week. 1873. 1872. 1871. 707,000 799,000 467,000 Zli,OUU ZZa.UUU SMi soi Stock at Liverpool.. iHtock at Loudon. . . . Total Great Britain stock! 921.600 Stock at HaTre. U3.250 sioctat warsemes.. iz.uuo Stockat Barcelona.. 37,000 Stock at Hamburg... 32,000 Stock at Bremen.... 42,500 Stock at Amsterdam. 97 ,000 Stock at Rotterdam.. 28,250 Stockat Antwerp.... 20,000 Stock at other conti nental ports. 65,000 1,027,000 235,000 19,000 66,000 16,000 39,000 85,000 9,000 40,000 65,000 58,000 CC3.501 64,000 20,000 4U,UUU 16,000 41,000 46,000 10,000 20,000 Total continental st'k. 453,000 &64.OQ0 315,000 BANKIMG. BANKING HOUSE Tot'lEuropeanst'cks.1,374,500 1,591,000 inoia cotton anoat ror Europe. 278.000 Amr'can cotton alloat for Europe. 89.000 Egypt, -Brazil, etc., afloat for Europe... 65,000 Stock In U. S. ports.. 67,012 Stock in U. S. interi or ports 13.533 U. S. exports this week; 2,000 2S3.000 22,000 60,000 93,920 12,155, 4,000 Sew Advertisements. . Yeatman, Shields & Co. sell an attractive line of fresh seasonable dry goods this morning. Situation in wholesale white goods house wanted. Steward wanted at St. Cloud hotel. Room wantf d by two young men. Situation in dry goods house wanted. Two boys wanted to work In bakery. Boardipg and room at 59 South summer. 15 ay mule strayed. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Ayers Sxrsipmlla. Large and fresh sssortment of goods at tho 50 c-.nt store. Arrived in Kcw Vorlr. Bishop Feehau arrived in New York from Europoon Monday las', and is expected home by the lest ot me weeK. Death of a Former Citizen. J. Fealey yesterday received a dispatch from Memphis announcing the death of Ea Mulvebill, formerly f this place. Nashville Savings Company. j. . aVfliSOX, Cashier. DEPOBITB USOKIVED AND INTSHK8T alhmsd thereon; loans negotiated. ooUse- tioai maao, ana uesaru xi aaaing Datineietracl' icwa. jan l it FINANCE MB TRACE. 2fASHYir..i: QUOTATIOKSi LOCAL BONDS. Tennessee Bonds, old. .. St Tennessee Bonds, new.... . gii ituuwwce uuuus Izub uue......... ......... Tennessee coupons, past due..... 63 Tennessee coupons, fundable..... Comptroller's warrants.... 91 Davidson county bonds, past due 90 Davidson county bonds, duo 74 88 Davidson county Bonds, duo 75 87 Davidson county bonds issued to Tennessee and Pacific road. 76 Davidson county coupons. , 97 Davidson county warrants 90 Wilson county bonds, due 79 80 Wildon county bonds, duo '83 76 WtlAtt nni.t l.nn.ta IfVI ll luvu buuuij UVUUSi UUD ...... ....... to Montenmerv county bonds.. 70 908,501 CS1.000 133,000 63,000 12,301 1,000 Total visible supply. .1,839,080 2,056,075 1,889,183 Of the above, tho totals of American and oth er descriptions are as rouows: American Liverpool stock. 233,000 157,000 207,000 ivonuneniai stocks... i&i.uuu ivi.vuu itio.uou American alloat to Europe 39.000 22.000 133.000 U. S. stock 67,012 93,920 88,331 u. o. interior siocks.. I3,uj& 12,153 12,301 TJ. S. exports this week. 2,000 4,000 1,000 Correction. In our report of the proceedings of tho primary election yesterday, tne typss made us say T. B. Hailoy, when it should have been Rod. H. Uxiley, nominee from tho Sth Ward. ilVlthtlraivul. Owing to business engagements and want or time to tee tno people, l hereby with draw from lhs contest lor Councilman in the 1st Ward". M. Mahoxey. pool Boiling'. Poors for ta trotting races commencing to-uorrow (ThursdBv) will be sold at the Maxwell House .to-nUht, and every morn ing and night dun.nS tlie Seventl Ward. Attho request of man ' friends I announce myself as a candidate for Councilman from tho 7th Ward, and if elecU "d w511 cheerfully afend to all duties of the -office U the best of my ability. Ed. H. Milleb. Cal Wagner. Reserved seats for the Cal Waa,'ner, Per formances can be secured at McUlm0 a cn and after nest Fr.day. As there will 08 great many strangers in town next wt 'ek our citizens had better improve their Oi-"'" portunity and secure seats. Jlound Over. Mel Zichary, Charged with carrying burg lar's tools, bad a trial before Justice Everett yesterday, and was bound over in th3 sum of 51,000 to appear before tho Criminal Court. Tho warrant charging hiftiwith receiving stolen goods was dismissed. Klutli Ward. To tho Union and American: In reply to a call for mo to become a can didate for Councilman in tho 9;h Ward, I most respectfully decline. Extending to you, gentlemen, my sincere thauks for your kind offers of support, respectfully yours, Tnos. Hudson. Literary. Duckworth, corner of Cedar and Cherry streets, opposite the Post Office, has re ceived the Atlantic, Scribner, Harper, Gal axy, Boio Veils, Leslie, Demorest, Godey, and Wiat to Wear and How to Make It, for October, Josh Billings Almanax fcr 1874; the literary and sportiug papers for the current week, tho latest leading dailies, etc. A. Curd. Nashville, TENN.,Spt. 23. Not hav in" been allowed the right of a freeman to be'eome a candidate before the convention held on the night of the 22d of September, at the corner of Cherry and Mulberry streets, I th 'refore announce myself as an independent candidate for Alderman before the entire voters of the Sth Ward. Respectfully yours, J. J. Heuser. sep24 2f X'erHOual. T. A. McLaughlin, one of tho editors of tbe Jefferson Independent, Birmingham, Ala., is in tho city in the interest of his pa per, and will lay bis claims before the busi ness public during his sy mm here. gsgCol. Thos. Boyers, of tho Gallat'n Ex aminer, was in tho city yesterday. S. B. Ayefs, of Dresden, West Tennzsseo, vras in the city yesterday. The following were among the arrivals at tha Maxwell House yesterday: John T Turner, Athens, Al; Col W J Ross, S Jack and wife, Memphis; G U Buford, Lexing ton; M H Smith and wife, W C Garland, Louisville; Ccl Jos Jynes, Ifnoxville; R J Killick, Maysville, Ky; John H Jackson, Winchester, Ky; J U Darnall, Col W E Hamilton, Louisiana; S Weill, A S Tinney, Max Herz, New York; A W Wrigbtington, Boston; W C Mnrdock, Sjuth Florence Ala, Montgomery county counons R8 Nashville city bonds, past due. 91 jM&snvuie city Donas, oic, Hue Tl 88 Nashville city bonds, old, due 'TC... &7 Nashville city bonds, old, due '17 81 Nashville city bonds, old, due '79 .78 Nashville city bonds, old, due '82. 72 Nashville city bonds, signed Brown 65 Nashville city bonds, signed Alien 60 Nashvillo city bands, Park..... 25 Nashville city bonds, signed Moiris or Ker- cnevai, aue u , &i " 75 go " " 76. 86 " " 77 S3 " " 78. 81 " 79 79 " " '80. 77 Nashville coupons, off old bonds. 90 .Brown bonds. 9(1 Alden bonds.. 70 Park bonds. 25 Morris or KerchevaL.... 97 Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad bonds, enuorsea, aue u-i ss " " 78 80 " '83. 75 East Tennessee and Virginia Bailroad b'ds, endorsed. 72 East Tennessee and Georgia Ballroad b'ds, endorsed. 72 Nashville and Decatur Ballroad bonds, sec ond mortgage, C's . 77 Memphis and Charleston Railroad, first mortgage.. 82 Memphis and Charleston Railroad, second mortzaee. 74 Mississippi Central Railroad, first mort- eaee. 7's 83 Mississippi Central Railroad, second mort- eaee.S's 81 Murireesboro city bonds 62 Murfreesboro coupons i ....... 92 GOLD AITD SrLVBE. Buying, American gold Ill Gold coupons ......Ill Gold drafts on New York.. ...... 114 American sliver f Us vsl 103 . Vmenc&n silver (6s and 10s) 102 POHBIGH BIOnAHQB. On Wndou &nd Liverpool, f i 690 OnDuL'uii?i 6.90 On Edinb argh, 6 90 On German v, Berlin, etc., 31 thai..-..,... 88 On Germany .-Frankfort, Gull.... LAITD 1VABBASTS. Bnylnj. 40s, War of 181Z. 8; 80s, War of 1812. ..... 80 803, Not War of 1S12 ,85 120s, War of 1812. 1" 120s, Not War of 1812.... 122 160s, WaroflSlZ J65 100s, Not Trsr of 1812. , 160 LOCAL STOCKS. Louisville and Ntshvillo Ealtroad stock.... 73 Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad stock. 80 Nashville and Decatur Railroad 1 stock...... 46 East Tennessee and Georgia Ridlroad stock 50 Memphis and CharlMtoa Rallrfttu 1 stock.... 15 South NashvUle Streat Railroad .stock CO North Nashville Street Railroad S.tX 20 KnmM strnnt Railroad etocS. . 90 TotalAmi'can.bales. 638,580 401,075 . 608,688 Eatt Indian. Brazil, etc Liverpool stock. 474.000 612.000 2C0.O0O i xnuon siock. xiifiw 22t,uuu SS,501 continental stocks... 269.000 452,000 180,009 .Luum stuub iur x.u- rope 278.000 283.000 6S1.000 Egypt, Brazil, etc., anoat. 65,000 59,000 65,000 Total East India, etc.1,300,500 1,655,000 1,282,501 Total American.... 538,580 401,075 606,688 Total visible supply- bales 1,839,080 2,056,075 1,889,180 i-nce uiuuiinz up lands, Liverpool.... 9d. 9d. 99d. unese ngures indicate a decrease in cot ton in sight to-night of 216,995 bales as com pared wiui tne same aate ot xoiz, and a decrease of 50,109 bales as compared with tne corresponding date ot 1871. iiOVEMENTS OF COTTON AT THE INTEH- tOB Pobts. Below we give the movements of cotton at the interior ports receipts and shipments for the six days, and stock to night: weeK endlne Sept. 19. 1873 Receipts. Shipments. Stock. Augusta. Coiumbus Macon Montgomery... aeima Memphis Nashville, 2,432 1,136 1,237 950 1,816 2,754 C38 2,072 502 736 552 799 1,705 403 1,112 1,907 1,905 J, 707 1,385 3,812 1,590 Belling1 112 112 115 110 105 Snsnension Bridze stock.. Nashville Gas Light Company... 82 .. 125 Cotton Factory stock First NationalBank stock. 100 second " " " -"2 Third " " 275 Fourth " " " .-110 Planters' Bank stock.. ............ ....... UJ Union BanV- toclc 0lt Commercial Insurance Company.......... 90 Equitable Insurance Company. 95 State Insurance Company. par Nashville Life Insurance BOUTHEnir BANK NOTES TKKHltSSEE. Bank of Tennessee, old issue. 95 nowissue. 27 signed Tcrbctt. 27 Ca"kof Pcf Koto 21 Bank of Chattanooga C Bank of Commerce par Bank of Knox ville 50 Bank of Memphis 80 Bank of Middle Tennessee 95 Bank or Paris. - 95 Bank of Shclbyvllle 80 Bank of the Union .30 Bank of West Tennessee. 25 Buck's Bank. ....5 City Bank GO Commercial Bank 10 Life and General Insurance Company tl Merchants' Bank par Northern Bank. , par Ocoeo Bank. ... ...05 Planters Bank. 90 Southern Bank... Traders' Bank. - par TTnlnn Bank 93 10,993 6,829 13,538 The above totals show that the interior stocks have increased during the week 4,164 bales, and are to-night 1,383 bales more than at the same period last year. The re ceipts have been 5,632 bales less than the same week last year. The exports of cotton this week from New York show a decrease .as compared with last week, the total reaching 5,139 bales, against 7,073 bales last week. Tne Dry Goods Trade and tne Panic. The New York Bulletin of Sept. 22 savs: As anticipated, the Wall street troubles have somewhat reduced the volume of business, and the lsrger operators are wait ing for a more settled condition of montary auiirs oeiore recommencing their purchases. Tho agents were generally quiet to-day. and we have heard of a few cases where timid buyers hava cancelled orders; but sucn instances are exceptional, and. by no means general. Such of the jobbers as do a Western business are not so active, but have full confidence in a restoration of actinty in a few days, at the Ltest; and In the meantime, those doing a near-by trade are distributing a fair quantity of goods. me wnoie iraae is in an eminently healthy cond.t on at present, and unless further complications ariso in monetary circles, no fears need be entertained as to tho future course of business, and the season will end as prosperously as It has begun. The opinion still prevails that ultimate good to the dry goods trade will result from the Wall street upheaval, as capitalists will now he inclined to look more favorably upon commercial paper, which has latterly been negiectea ror speculative securities. FINANCIAL. Business is very quiet with our banks. Money jppears to be in but little domand, probably because it is known the Jmnks are not disposed to loan very freely. A very few loans are made on short time at the rte of ten per cent per annum. ' Exchange on New York is quiet. The banks buy at par and sell at the rate of $2 per thousand premium. Gold opened in New York yesterday at iv'i and rinsed at 1111. Dealers here were paying 110 and were holding at 112, BANKING, 3ASHYILLE, TENNESSEE. BOARD OF SBUJOIOIta i ft W.BEBBY, OHAS. S. KTLLK A2? JOXNKIBKMAN, EDGAR JOHBB, DANIflL 7. GARTER. TRANSACTS A GENERAL EXCHANGE Business and deals in United States Bond and Gold. EDGAR JON23, UiSklW. W. W. BERRY, President, THO. Kill Kit AN, Vioe Presides:. cpl Jy 8ENE11ALMRKETS. Tuesday, Sept. 23, 1873. Haanvllle Cotton HarKei. The market to-day wa quiet aDd nomi nal. We quote as follows : Inferior 5 10 Ordinary 12 Good ordinary 15 Low middling W Middling. 17 Wo give as follows a summary of the transactions of the day : Receipts 81 Sales.. 14 Shipments. . 00 NASHVILLE OOTTOS STATEXEHT. Stock on hand Sept, 1, 1873.... 2721 Received to-day 81 Received previously 1702 1783 Total. Shipped to-day. 00 Shipped previously..... 3034 4504 3031 Stock on hand.. 1170 We aro indebted to McAIister & Wheleas, Commission merchants, comer Broad and Collese streets, for tho following cotton quoutiona in New York and Liverpool during tho day : Liverpool, Sept. 23, 12:30. Cotton to arrive, steady. Middling uplands 9d; middling Orleans 9Jd. Sales to-day 10000 bales, of which 2,000 bales are for export and speculation. Nothing doing. Liverpool, Sipt. -23, 1:80. Cotton dull and nominal. Middling uplands 9d: middling Orleans GJd. Sales to-day .10,000 baieaj ot wnicn a,uw raies are for export and speculation. Livebpcol, Sept. 23, 5:00. Cotton unchanged. Middling uplands 9d; mid dling Orleans 9jd. Sales to-day 10,000 Daies, oi wnicn z,uw Daies are ior export and speculation. Sales of American 5;1D0 oaies. New Yore, Sept. 23, 10:45. Cotton- Fatures dull. October delivery VJ0)riic; November 17i17 7-loc; December 17 5- 10017 7-loc; January 17 J 17c; February 17if318c; March. 1818 5-16c. Sales 700 bales. New Yobk, Sept, 23, 12:10 Cotton- Futures sinegisn. September delivery 18 1- 10c; October . 17jjc; November 17(S)17iq December njc. oales for consumption last evening iou Dates: ior exports lw bales: to-day for consumption 234 bales; on con tracts 4,iuu Dales. New York, Sept. 23, 12:10 Cotton- Market quiet and nominal. Ordinary 15c; good ordinary 17c; strict good ordinary Kjc; raw nnuuung ioc; miaonng iHc; A'abania 18ic; Orleans lOic. New York, Sept, 23, 2:00 Colton Market quiet and nominal. Ordinary 15c; good ordinary 17c; strict, gooo. ordinary lTicj low ndddling l8c,' middling l&lc .1-1 1AR.. I I I mi r-. ' aiauauia 103c, une&na j.yjc OJ1C3 on spot estimated at 500 bales. New York, Sept. 23, 2:20. Cotton- Futures steady. Septembr delivery IS 16c: October 17c; November 17c; December jc. sales o,5UJ bales. New York, Sept. 23, 3:05. Cotton Market irregular. Ordinarvl5c; good ordi nary 17c; strict gooa ordinary 17Jc; low miaaimgiec; middling ibc; Alabama 18! Orleans 19Jc Sales for consumption 808 baies; ior export zi bales. New York, Sept. 23, 3:40. Cotton- Futures easy. September delivery 171 ii lo-iuc; uctooer i7lM6c; November 17J icon i-ioq juecember nta January 17 0- 16c; February 17Jc; March 181018 3 16c, Sales ll,3UO bales. New York, Sent. 23 Net receipts 18,891 bales; exports to Great Britain 2,605 bales; to the continent 600 bales; stock 82,689 bales. JgsanTlMo Pro-rial on ssnr&es. The market is drooping with anot' er de cline to day. Wo quote packed from store as I0110W3 ! Bacon Clear sides lie clear rib sides Wia shoulders vie liARD Choice in tierces 91a kern 10?c: . , . ... ' o DUCEera iijc. Choice Hams Sugar-cured canvased 15c Breakfast Bacon Sugar cured ISJc ueef ionques f er dozen $6. Country bacon Is weak. We report sales irom wagon to-day at 9jc for shoulders; iuc ior sides, ana loiac for hams. Haanvllle Prodnoe Starbee. Dbted Fruit Market quiet. We quote peacnts at oc ior quarters and be for halves. X.OGS We report sales from wagon to- aay at ioc Peanuts Market quiet. We quote at si.zd per Dusnei. "otatoes We quota at S1.25 per barrel irom wagon. leathers Not so strong. We quote at 'iuc. Ginseng We quote at Sl.00iai.05. the utter figure beiDg paid only for choice lots. ueeswax Dull at 27c Wool We quote 25a50c for unwashed. and 4U4fc for washed, selections com manding a fraction more. liROOM Corn Market active at 37c Rags Market dull atSfiSic Hay We quote eld at S20 per ton, and market ami. Poultry Spring chickens command 15 (ffiiec Butter Market stiff, with sales of good country at, aue. HasBTlllo Flonr and Grals Harbet. Flour Market active and prices steady. We quote as follows : Superfine $5,250) 6.00; single X $5.7506.25; XX ftf.50Si 7.25; XXX $7.25S7.75: family $7,750 b.2o; cnoice ramiiv s.&ms.6y. Corn Meal We quote loose at 65c and bolted at 0 ic, sacked. Corn Market very dull. No shipments to report. Wheat Sales of l,o00 bushels at S1.42I K1.45 per bushel. Market weak. UAts We quote at doc, buying loose. and 4oDcuc in store, bags included. Bran We quoto at 12.00 per toD, loose in bulk, and $16.00 per ton sacked and delivered in depot. Nashville Grocery MnrRet. Sugars New Orleans, in hogsheads 9 &llc for fair to choice: Demerara 111 izc. standard hards lzic: New Orleans clarified whito 12iei2c; do. yellow 12ic A coffee 12c; B do. lljc extra C do. llc; i'orto Rico lusgiiic: yellow u iuaiic. molasses and SiRurs New Orleans 70ai75c; simps 45jB60c; golden sirup 60 Sboc. Coffee Market still advancing. We quote Bio, common to choice, 25 1027c; liagnayra -7c: Java 3uc Nails We quote at $4.75 for lOds, and oc additional for iiminighing grades. halt wo quoto 7 bushel barrels at $3.00 per barrel in depot. uandleb We quote star iyH)l9ic pound. Fish We cuote as follows : Half bar- rels, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, $9.00, $7.25 and $0.50: in kits, Noa. l,2tnd 3, $2.50, $2.00 and $1.75. Rice We quote at 9f(S10c Teas Wo quote Imperial $1.0001.50; Young Hyson $1.1501.50: Black 75c $1.2o; Gunpowder $101.50. Powtjeb Dupont $7.00; Sycamore Mills $7.uu; biastmg $5.oo; fuse per 100 feet Uac Shot Wa quote patent $2.90: Buck $3.15. Liquors We quote common rectified whisky gallon" $1; Robertson County 5l.75g!$3; Bourbon S1.25I35.5U; iiincoln County $1.7502.25; Highwine3 $1. Cotton Tdjs Wo quoto at 10c Bnoous Wo qnoto at $2.503.50 doz. Soap Wo qnoto at 5JJ8c IbjOr&fifl .ou v box. Bagging We quote at 15016c for hemp and flax. market, as follows; Green 8(8i8c; green salted O10)lOc; dry salted 121013c; dry flint 15i2ll6c; damaged and grubby jJ off. Sheepskins 25c0$l.OO each, according to quality, and the amount of wool they con tain. Leather The market Is firm and active. Wo quoto as follows; Oak sole W Si, 40a42c; Hemlock. 23jQ) 33c; harness leather- 40i42c; skirting 13045c; bridle, black dozen $54,000 60.00; fair bridle $57.00063.00; French calf $48.00072.00; American' kip $43,000 72.00; calf $33.00042.00; upper leather $38, 042; toppings all colors, $10012; lin ings, white and pink $6012; leather in the roughs a 25030c. Kasliville Hardware Market. Market moderately active, add prices steady as follows: Axes $12016; horse shoes $7; mule shoes $8; horse shoe nails 8 and 9, 22026c; cast steel and shear 22 025c; American blister 13015c; Eng lish do. 18020c; cctttm cwrds $5,000 6.00 & dozen; hames $5.00012.00 dozen pair; traces $9018 doz. pair, hoes $4.50 0y.uu; shovels $7-iW0i5.w; collars 18.00 dozen; hammers 20022c W ft; vices 20c ft; anvils ISc W ft; bellows 70c ijp'inch. Draffs, Medicines, Paints, DyestaJfe, uiu, eic 4JJW&, fl I, U i . w. i i, n n ii LCOb, $1.1501.25: madder 17c; salts 5c; blue stone 14k alum 6e; cochineal $1.00; mag' nesia, carb., 45c; flour sulphur 61c; roll do. 6c; camphor 40050c; copperas 2103c; assatoetida 4o05oc MEDiCTNES-Opium $9.0009.50; quinine $2.W03.UO; iodide potash $7.2507.50; rhu barb ft, $1.0002.25, ipecac ft, $2.00 02.50; aloes W lb 20080c; calomel ft $1.6002.25; blue mass ft 9Oc0$l; mor phine oz. $0.0000.50; chloroform ft $1.5001.65; castor oil gallon $1,750 2.00. Oils Linseed, raw, $1.1001.15: linseed. boiled, $1.1501.20; coal oil 20024c; lard, NO. 1, 85090; sweet oU $1.5003.50; tanners' 75090c; lubricating 40080c; turpentine bU07Uc Paints, etc. White lead, according to quality, 8012c; furniture varnish $1,600 1.75; coach do. $2.2503.50; furniture glue 35035c; whito do. 50c; concentrated lye jb.uu per case. ILL inn NBW ''GOODS! GREAT BARGAINS, IN BOYS' DRESS Stlf S, BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS, BOYS' DIAGONAL SUITS, BOYS' BEOWiY TfilCOT SUITS, CHILDREN'S Farragut Skirt Suits! YOUTH'S Fall and Wilier Goods! AT THE" HA STORE. Diagonal Coats aad Vests Black Alpacas In great variety; Colored Alpacas and Empress Cloths; S lk Poplins and Velours very cheap; Flannels and Blankets at reduced prices; Shawls and Balmoral Skirts cheap; Waterproof and Pressed Flannels very low; Bleached and Brown Domestics cheaper than . ever; Corsets, Hosiery and Gloves In great variety; Table Linens, Towels and Napkins very cheap; A fall and complete stock of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes cheaper than offered before. Specialties next week. M. BIciLAUGIIIilN, 27 Pabllc Saare, sep2l 3m 4thp Two doors from Deaderlck st. FALL GOODS! DOUBLE-BREASTED SACKS, DOUBLE-BKEASTED FB0CK8, D0UBLE-BBEA8TED CUTAWAYS, Immense jBargaiiis !! AT UNTIN6T0NS BaabvlUe JAva Htpcfc HarStcf. Cattle The receipts of cattle to-day amounted to loo bead, with sales of 170 head, the best cows selling at 203c; com mon irom lj02c. Marset brisk, with ready sales at yesterday's prices, which were ireeiy maintained. No hogs or sheep received. Good fat hogs for packing would be freely tale a at oc Saadrles. Seeds Clover $6.50; timothy $4.25: orchard grass$1.75; blue grass $1.75; herd's grass $i.ou; millet out or season. Cotton YARNS We quote at llic. 181c iotc &na l uc.ior ',uu, ouu, ouo ana 4UU mhucks In demand at $3.50 per 100 fta ior nacxiea, ana l.ou ior rough. Wrapping Paper. We quoto email tfc nic; medium 75c double crown $1. Iron. Wo quote as follows: Tennessee bar 61c ft; Kentucky do 5c; Tennessee band 609a Kentucky do. 510fllc; Ten nessee boiler plato Sic; boiler heads 9i fire bor lOcv sheet, common 607 do Kentucky '7J08ic; do Tennessee 809Jc ijARRELs wo quote at 4oc Glassware We change onr quotations to suit tho card rates as follows : 8 by 10 $6.75; 10 by 12 $7.25; 10byl4$8.00; 10 by 10 $H.7o; 12 by 14 $8.75; 12 by 16 $3.75: 12 by 18 $9.25; 12 by 20 $9.25. Discount 4UI. Flasks The quotations net are as fol lows: Half pint $2.75; pint $3.75; qnart Candies We- quota stick candy 16a common fancy 17c ' Cordage Jute 13c: grass 20c cotton 30c Pepper Wo qnoto at 27c. Spice We quote at 16c Ginger We quote at 16c ISAKIXKTS BT TrXEGSAPH . Tlie Cotton Elarlicti. Liverpool, Sept. 23 Cotton dull: mlddlmg upands 9j; middling Orleans 9d. Sales 10,000 bales; American 5,100 bales; speculation and export 2,000 bales; :ales of uplands on basis of low middhnes November delivery 8 15-16d; sales of up- lanas on basis of pood ordinary shipped ucioDer ana November a la-iod. New York Sept. 23. Cotton in mod erate demaDd; middling uplands new lSic futures closed weak and irregular: fales of futures 13,200 bales as follows: Ssptember ii 13-ioc; October 17 7 lofl)17 15 3c: November 17 5-160 7fc; December 17Jc New Orleans, Sept, 23 Cotton mar ket steady at the opsning bnt subsequently unsettled and tending downward; clearing at a decline of J01c; strict ordinary to strict good ordinary 140I6ic; low middlings to strict low middlings 174c: middling to good middlirgs 17i0181c; sales 1,450 bales; re ceipts l.Uoo bsles; exports coastwise 7b balej; stock 12,615 bales. Memphis, Sept 23 Cotton market dull; ordinary 12k tood ordinary 141015c; low midlldngs 17c; middlings VJc; r ceipts for tne past day lum i sies; shipments ior the last 24 hours 52o bales; sleek 4,ooo bales, Charleston Sept, 23 Cotton dull and nominal; middlings 17c; low middlings l'Jc; strict good ordinary 15c; net receipts 1,820 bales; sales 100 bales; stock 5,759 bales. Kasnvlllo Dry Goods Market. We report, trade active and prices firm as follows : Prints. Wamsutta 8c; Bedford 8c; Arnold's 91c; Freeman's 9lc; Amoskeag, Oic; Garner's 11c; Allen's 11c; Amen- can 11c; Dunnels 11c; Gloucester 11c; Spraguo's 11c; Washington 11c; solids 11c; double pinks ana purples 12c Brown Sheetings and Shirtings Quilt linings 709c; Virginia family 1,9c Augusta do 91c; Augusta i 101c Granite- ville J 11c; Richland do llic; Augusta 4-4 121c; Graniteville do 12ic; Richland do 13c; Nashville sheetings J 11c; Nashville 4-4 sheetings 12 zc; Allendale 10-4 37c Bleached Sheetings and Shirt ings. Methnen 10c; Montrose do 11c; American I 12ic; Boot do Jdc Reynolds 4-4 loc; Hope do 131c; Lonsdale do 17c; Velocipede do 20c; What Cheer do 20c; uoid uoin ao22jc; Ahendale 10-4 40c Bleached and Brown Drills. Masse besic brown 15c; Fepperell do 16; Stark A do 18c; Great Falls do 16c; Pepperell bieacnea ic;anmKeag Batteenlttc; Nash ville drills 151c. Bed Ticks Conestoga CCA 18c; Conestoga u i 225c; uold Medal do 25c; omega A ao 2 4c; 00 a o a 32c; Roan oke 30c; Minnehaha 371c Spool Thread Coatos' and Clark's advanced to 72c. Sashvllle Boot and Bboe Slarhet. Market attlve at steady prices as follows: Men's unbound kip brogans $1.2501.75; do. lined unbound kip brogans $1.5002.00; calf pegged brogans $1:750 2.50; sewed brogans $2.5003.50: men's kip and calf English ties $1.7503.00; men's calf pegged boots $3 0005.00; do sewed do $406. Men's kip double sole boots $2.75 04.05; men's pegged calf double sole 3.75 05.50; calf, water-proof double sole, $3.00 03.50. iioys' unbound Kip brogans $101.50; do lined kip and calf $1.2502. Women's split or A calf balmorals (regular sizes) $!.00j? J. H5: kin, regular saea Si i.fT -75- pebble grain $1.2501.75; calf pegged $1.35 02; calf sewed $202.5C ; sorgo balmorals $1.2502.75; ladies' serge polish kid foxed S1.Kni?Kt.OO. ladies' rat-to Hd fn-rnd lit. " 7 - a" vavui uuii toneu .waro.ou. SatUiville Hide and Leather Sinrict. Hides We contlnuo to report a dull Savannah, Sep. 23. Cotton dull mid dliDgs 17Jc; net receipts 356 bales; exports none; sales iz biles; stock 5,bb7 bales. Mobile, Sep. 23 Cotton quiet; light demand; middlings 18c; low middling lOfc' uet receipts 116 bales; exports coastwlso 132 bale?; sales 150 bales; stock 5,876 bales Strict good ordinary 15c. Galveston. Sept. 23. Cotton nominal; no domand, buyers aud sellers apart; good ordinary 16jc; net recaipts 504 bales; ex ports none; sales 15 bales; stock 6,348 bales Louisville, Sept 23 Cotton i3 dull and prices nominal; low middlings 17c. St. Louis, Sept, 23. Cotton is dull and prices have declined. Cincinnati, Sept. 23. Cotton Is dull; new is:. Foreign MarKets. London, Sept. 23, 5 p. m. Consols for money 92"-092; on account 921092?; 5-20's, '65, 95J; do. '07, 95; do. 10-40's 00J; new 5 20's 91; Erie 44. The news from New York relative to the financial condition caus s a better feeling in American securities. Amount of bullion gone Into tbe Bank of England on balance to-day .21,000. Rate ot discount in open market for three months' bills is 2 13-1G per cent or 3-1G below Bank of England rato Weather throughout England to day is wet and unfavorable to crops. Liverpool, Sept. 23 BreadstufQ are dull. Frankfort, Sept. 23. 5-20's, 1802, 96 fc. Paris, Sept. 23. Rentes 57f 97c. Antwerp, Sept. 23. Refined petroleum 40if. fiott York Honey MnrKet. New York, Sept. 23. The day opened in Wall street with at least all of yesterday's improvement maintained and with the ten dency still in favor of further improvement. Money is not yet quotable on S:ock Es- change loam. The banks, however, are ac commodating merchants so far as possible at 7 per cent. There was a heavy break in foreign exchange to-dsy and prime bank ers' sixty days sterling sold at $1.071 1 1-05 and good bankers as low as 1.05. Cable transfers done at 1.06. There is very little demand for exchange and a pressure to sell broke tha marlret. The custom receipts were .$104,000. The gold room was re- gularly opened for business this morning and no unusual excitement has prevailed there. The first sale was at 112 after which there was an advance to 1121, and a decline to 111101111, closing at 11201121. on gold loans tho rates have beau 1 to 4 per cent tor carrying iiat fH)i-io ior usa. xao Assistant Treasurer distnrsed to-day $o9, 000 gold. The c!earing3 to-day were re gu'arly made. Th3re were no transactions in Government, except at tha Sub-Treasury where $9,271,350 of bonds have been bought sinco Saturday. The clearings of New York associated banks were all regu larly made to-day. There was not much excitemeni. mis morning regarding stocki. A small knot of hmkers assembled in front of the Exchange nn Rroad street and made a market for the purchase and sale of Btocks for greenoacKs ciined t.6 67068c, The following is a list 01 me prices mauu m such transactions: New York Central and Opposite Maxwell House. scp5 eod tilljan25 4thp Hudson 92 bid; Harlem 11050110, Lake Shore 82, Wabash 50, Rock Island 88 bid, Milwaukee and St. Paul 35, O. and M. 30 bid. Union Pacific 21022, C. C. & I. C. 21 bid. Hannibal and St. Joe 20 bid, Western Union Telegraph 66070, Pacific Mail 34J 030c Just before th'. close announcement was made that the well known house of Henry- Claws & Co. had snsnended. This had a tendency to open a fresh excitement Much sympainy is expresjeu ur iur. Stocks were weak and lowe? at the close in consequence of the renewed excitemenr. The following are th'1 closing prices on the street: Western Union 63064, Pacific Mall 34035, New York Central 89090, Erie 51 53, Rhode Island 88090, Mich'gan Southern 171079, Northwestern 42043J, C. C. and I. C. 20ifJ22. Wabash 43045, 0. and M. 2W 030, Union Pacific 101030, Harlem 1020 104. Sew Torlt Dry Goods Karftet. New York, Sept. 23 Business was very quiet with manufacturers' agents, but jobbers Were more active and there Is more conudencs In trade. The market ior cotton goods is steady in first hands, but jobbing rates for fine brown cottons and corset jeans are irregular. Cotton flannels and gram bags are very scarce. Prints were fairly ac tive with jobbers. Woolens for men's wear are quiet, but flannel3 aud blankets are in steady request aud firm. Sew YorK General Market. New York, Sjpt. 23 FIoul rule strongly in buyers' favor; sup. Western and State S5.4O06.OO; extra Ohio $6 500 8 52; St, Louis $6.70010.70. Whisky steady at 93. Wheat Irregular and unsettled; spring mixed $1.42. No. 2 Chicago $1,430 1.46; No. 1 Chicago $1.4301.46; winter red western $1.6901.65. Rye, Barley and malt unchanged. Corn heavy; steamer mixed western 63064c sail 65066c. Ojts steady; white western 52054c No busi-. toss doing in groceries. Mess pork lower; new September $17.25. Bulk meats middles firmer; lirht long clear 909c Lard weak; old western steam 10o q loc, Baltimore ESaracts. Baltimore, Sept 23 Flour dull and and unchanged; western superfine $1.25, Wheat weak and lower; Ohio and Indiana prime red $1.4001.53. Corn dull and no minal. Oats steady and firm; mixed west ern 44c; white 46c Rye steady 80a2c Provisions dull and weak. Mess pork no minal, no sales. Bacon nominal. Lard dull and nominal at of08ic Uollee nomi nal and nothing doing. Whisky firmer at 971c Hew Orleans Markets. New Orleans, Sept, 23. Flour dull treble $7 0007.75; family $8.5009.50. Corn easier; white 71c yellow 78c Oats firmer 48050c Bran quiet at 871c Hay quiet; prime $23; choice $27. Mess pork nominal at $17. Pork no demand. Dry salt shoulders scarce at 9c Bacon no demand and nominal at 9101O01OJc Hams 140 loc Lard dull; tierce Sic; keg lO0l(c Smear and Molasses no movement. Wms ky dull and lower; Louisiana 96c Cincin nati $1.02. Coffee 22023c Corn meal scarce, bterlicg unsettled and no transac tions; sightf premium; gold 112. Cincinnati Starkets. Cincinnati, Sept. 23. Flour dull at $707.15. Wheat quiet at $1.3001.35. Corn in fair demand at 55c. Rye firm at 84085c Oats steady at 30044c Barley demand fair and market firm. Groceries firm. Oils firm. FIggs firmer at 22c But ter and cheese market steady. Provisions dull and nominal; transactions somewhat interferred with by tha general financial disturbances throughout the country, Mess porklnominally $16 with a light de mand and buyers asulng concessions, .bard quiet and easier; steam 808ic; kettle 80 8I summer 9Jc packed. Bu'k meats no thing doine; shoulders nominally held it ariic is aeon quiet and nominal, little doing; shoulders eic clear rib 91q clear 9c Whisky steady at 92c. XiOnlsvillo Markets. Louisville, Sept. 23. Bagging steady and in demand at 13f0I41c as to weight Flour market steady; extra family $0.00 0 A No. 1 S7; fancy $8. Wheat market steady at $1.3001 50 on arrival. Corn scarce and firm at 63065c sacked. 0;ts quiet and unchanged; prime 46047c sacked Rye scarce and firm at 80c. Barley active at $1.50. Coffee in light demandj holders firm at 25028ic for rio. Hay demand good at foil prices at 19020c Provisions market steady. Mess nork S10(7fll6 59, Bacon shoulders 81091c; clear rib 9j0 lOic; clear 104c packed. Hams, plain 13c sucar-cured 13i013!c Bulb meats shoul ders 8c' clear rib 9Jc; clear 9Jc. Lard tierces 8?09'c; kegs 9ic; good Sc. Whisky Iq fair demand at i2c Cnlcaco Harkesa. Chicago, Sept. 23 The market to day continues very dull and unsettled on ac count ol the condition or financial matters in New York and the consequent impossi many holders or gram reruse to sell at pre ser;t prices and are holding their receipt; Flour dull and prices aro ncminal; extra superfine $5.5006.50. Wheat dull and the market unsettled; No. 1 spring $1.0401.05; No. 2 $101.04, closing at 1.021 cash; No. 3 90092c. Corn lower, dull and market un settled; No. 2 mixed 37c cash. Rye de mand fair and prices advanced; No. 2 630 65. Oats market steady and unsettled; No. 2 fall $1.1001.15, closed at $1.12; No. 3 88c Provisions quiet and unchanged. Mess pork $15 for spot or September. Lard sales at $7.95. Bulk meats and Bacon quiet and unchanged. Whisky market steady at 92c. St. &oaie rsarstoKT. St. Louis, Sept. 23 Flour, concessions would have to bo made to sell, little done. Wheat, buyers demand concessions which sellers refuso to make, small lots of No. 3 red fall $1.25; No. 2 red winter S1.45. Com dull snd prices have declined; No. 2 mixed 40c catfa. Oats dull and prices have declin ed; No. 2 32J033c cash. Barley f jr all grades below choice unsettled and lower Ho. 6 $1.15; sample lots choice and tancy Wisconsin $1.5501.57. Rye dull and prices have declined to 67070. Whisky steady at 95c Mes3 pork lower at $16. Bacon dull and only a small order trade. Lard un changed. Hogs lower at $404.30. Cattle active; throngh Texan $1.7503.00; native cows $2.7503 00; thin to prime native steers $305.25. "uempnls market. Memphis, Sept. 23. Flour, quiet and unchanged; $5 5007.10. Corn meal higher at 3.00. uorn uuu and prices nave ue- Ua!s dull at B504uc. Bran dull at $10.50. Bacon dull; shoulders O00ic; Bides lO01Oic SEW BLACK SILKS. MOTJKSIJJG DRESS GOODS in great variety. HEW BLACK ALPACAS, cheap. Ni? COLORED ALPACAS, Steas Colors HEW TEUKKAST S C1TI SG. CAMEL'S HAIK CLOTH. NEW EXFSEts CLOTH, NEW 8ATIXAS, New Colors, PERSIAN SHAH 'CLOTH, NEW SHAWLS, NEW SKIRTS. WATERPROOFS and REPELLASTS. GREAT BARGAINS IN FLANNELS. GREAT B 1KG AINS IN BLANKETS. GREAT BARGAINS IN" CORSETS. GREAT BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, Etc Table Linens. Towels, Domestics, Shirtings and SIieetlBfjs cheaper than erer. Southern Palace, 113 CHURCH STREET. J0HX GILGA3 & CO. sep20 u4thp wed, sat, sun. The Memphis Appeal of the 21st says: The following amusing conversation be tween" Col.Alexander and bis servant will bear repeating. Many who know the colo nel's servant, know him to be one 01 tne most original darkies iu Memphis: Colonel A What's the matter, Jessy, you look vale? Jessy rse kind o' ekeered about the fever. Col. A Why yon nave nothing to fear, it does not attaclr the color eas. Jessy That's what I thought it used to be. Bnt you see we'se all alike now sicca we've done been sot free eh does you sec do place? I'd like to go to Nashville to hear Mister Douglass, Eq.: I could listen till It froze. latest Xtw 'York Jfoieltes IN H T S 2 AND ft Fine FaraisJiL Gods! HAVE JUST BEEN REOEIVSDBZ 29 Iffori h Cherry Street, Thet have determined to show a Stock of Goods this season superior to any thing ever offered ln,NashviIle. Thelr.Stodren braceseverythlng to ba found In the most fash ionable Broadway houses. An inspection ia ear nestly solicited, whether you wUh to rpnrchasa or not.' sepll eodly Crraiid Opening Sale OF DRY GOODS! at THE TRADE PALACE, 14 PUBEIC SQUARET City Notices. 10,000 Wax Bolls, 8,000 China Dolls -a cargo of Toys Just received at the 6U Cent Store, No 8 Union street. It New Ottoman Striped Shawls for SZ0? cheap at SL00. & New Black and Colored Alpaca, 25c. -New French Corsets 30c, worth SL25. Now styles Leather and Velvet Belts 36c, worth New Turkey Red Table Linen Sic, wortBSL2S. New Blcache$ and Brown Sheeting, 2jf yards wideSoe. New Brand Heavy Bleached Domestic, yard wide,12Xc New Ruchlng'3 Kid, Gloves 60c a pair; button Kids 75c New and fall lines of Jaconet and other Trim mings, sepll Ulljanl3,74 4thp PAINT Beady mixed for nse Any one can apply it. Beautiful and durable. Also, 'Painters', Ar tists' and Wax Flower Materials of every kind. YOUR Window Glass, Oils, Varnish, Brushes, Sash. Doors, Blinds, you will get cheap, If yon buy at 15 North Collese Street, NasbTille, Ttinn., 6HAS. II. GAUTHIEK'S. , HOUSE aag7 wed fri, sat&sun, lj4tnp City Notices, Undershirts and Drawers. each, at the 50 Cent S'ore. 50 cents It Ye Pimpled. Blotched and Ulcerated victims of scrofulous diseases, who drag your unclean persons into tbe company of better men, taxe Avers Sarsapanlla, and purge out the foul corruption from your blood. Restore your health, and you will not only enjoy life better, but make your company more tolerable to those who must keep it. sep24 eodlw Heal French Chintz at 25c Just opened, a big lot of real Wesserllng Chintzes at 25 cents. Best bargains we have ever ottered in Uhtntz goods. Thompson Bros. & Kelly, bummer street. sep23 ot Received by Express A full lino of colored Lyons Silks, in all the new cloth shades, such as Chamois, Bronze, Reseda, Amazon, Smoke, etc, e'e Also the finest Black Repp Silks, a superior dye. These goods are warranted not to cnt, at G. Bice & Co'fl. sep21 4t Camel's Hair Cloths. Empress Cloths, Uashimeres, uaritz uioths, serges, ropuns. JSitteens, ltspeuants, etc, in all the new colors, just received to-day at G. Rice & Go's. sep2l 4t 1).J,.t.n C.nnn- Tt1 XbculJlgulcB, oauuca, uuiuxna. Suits in Silks, Poplins, Waterproofs, and all made in the latest styles, elegantly trim med, and now on exhibition at G. Rice & Co's. sep21 4t Shawls. Scarfs, Children's Knitted Sacks, the most beautiful ever shown in this city, and at reasonable prices, at G. Rice & Co's. sep21 4t - HfonrnlBg Goods, Alpacas, Velerian Cloth, Bombazines, Biaritz Caihmeres, Ans Crapes, Satteens, Princetta Cloths, Trim ming Crapes, Crape Collars and Sets, are in abundance at u Rice & uo's. sep2i 4t Our F!annel3, Blanket, Hosiery, Lin ens, Domestics, Crashes, SheetingsTowels, are worth looking at, as the assortment Is by far the largest ever brought to Nashville, and the prices so low. Uall and loos at our entire stock. It will pay you. G. Rice & Co sep21,4t Novelties received this week in Belts, itucmngs, lies, scans, uioves, Linen bets. Embroideries, Passamentary Trimmings. Beaded Laces, Yak; Laces. Call anyhow, at fcr. Rice is uo's. sep21 4t Elegant Dress Goods, Diagonals, in all the new shades., just opened. Thompson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. sep21 St White Flannels , Ballardvale Flannels just opened. Best goods In the market. Thompson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. sep2i ot Fall and Winter Goods. Mrs. Tvnes has returned from the East with an elegant assortment of Bonnets and Round Hats. Also a very choice selection of Oxydized Jewelry, Belt Buckles, Cloak Clasps and .Buttons. Ail tbe novelties in Runs, Ties and Sashes. 24 bummar street. eep2l lw Beautiful PIctnres-Tbe Increased demand for those beautiful Shadow or Rem brandt Photographs, made at Poole's Gal lery, is evidence of the good taste and ap preciation oi tne peopie. iney are admired by all who see them. Remember, for the best wors, Jfooie's. sep21 tf Black Silks! Black Sllksl-Just re ceived, a large stock of Grograins, Taffetas, etc, in ail craaes. .races lower than last season. Be sure to examine our Black Silks before buying. Sam-les sent by mail. Ihompson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. sep2U ot Fashionable Dress-raakintr. Mrs. Seymour, with Thompson Bros. & Kelly. has jost returned from ft ew x ork with the very latest'etylcs. Ample arrangements are now being made to execute orders with dispatch. Special attention given to the getting up of Bridal and Evening Costumes. Mer spacious apartments, above Thompson Bros. & Kelly, are now open for business. Charges moderate, and ell work promptly delivered. Mrs. Seymour, with Thompson Bros. & Kelly, Summer street. sepl9 6t Battle House Bathing and Shaving Sa loon. If yon want a nice Shave. Hair Cut- Shampoo, in fact anything in the tonsorial line, call at the Rattle House Barber Shop, where every attention will be paid to custo mers. Webster & Gregory. sepl7 lw A Word to Working Peoplo of Both Sexes. Mechanics, artisans, factory hands, snd people who labor for a living, find it very difficult, if not impossible, to keep tho hands free from stain. Hand Sapolio will not only remove every particle of stain, and: what is called "grained in dirt.1 but It will ! also keep th9 skin soft and pliable, render ing the muscular action as quick and easy ! as is the case with those who do not per form hand labor. It is only 10 and 15 cents a cake, according to size. Every mechanic i should use it constantly in place of all other soaps. sepzy dlWiSwlc Scshenck's Mandrake FilR Theso Puis are composed exclusively ot vegetable inreedients. and although they entirely supersede tbe use of mercury, do not leave any of its injurious effects. They actdl- ectly upon tbe liver, ana are a vainacia smedy in all cases of derangement result ing from a disordered state of that organ, Liver Complaint, Bilious Disorders, Indi gestion, Sick Headache, Typhoid Fevora, etc, etc, all succumb to the free use or Schenck's Mandrake Pills. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers. myo eodtiiijinio,' ii Trunks. Valises and Satchels In great variety, elegant, substantial and cheap, at Wm. Dunstead's Trunk Store, 31 North College street, between Union and Church, Sewanee Block. J66 tf HARRIED. MITCHELL GEE At the residance oi Mr. David Stratton, Edgefield, on the 23d Inst, by Rev. J. W. Honter, Capt. Feed. N. MrrcnaLr. tO Mrs. JOSKPHETB U. UEZ. STATE OF THE WEATHER. Local Report for this City,-Tuesday, Sept. 23,1873. Time. Bar. Therf Wind. Weather 7:00 a. H 30.04 60 N W fresh Cloudy 11:21 a. M 30.00 62 N gentle Cloudy 2:00 p. a 29.96 64 N gentle Cloudy 3:56 7. it ifl.96 64 NW gentle Cloudy 9:CO r. at 30.00 S3 Calm Clear 10:21 r.ir 30.01 56 Calm Clear Amount inches. of rainfall the past 24 hours an Telegraphic Report fron Signal Service Ccrvt U. X.J;CJ uotervaium, at j.-oc o ctocc x . jay Vie racyic omj Jiuaruic L.tne. o v 2 a x State of Place of Ob- & S 1 earvation. S g jj ,j Cairo.. 23.96 70 3 Clear Chicago.. ........ 29.95 5jN E 10 Falr Olndnnau. ;. 29.96 60 N W 4 Cloudy Davenport, lows. 29.90 65 O 0 Fair Leavenworth, B. 29.79 71 S 12 Cloudy Louisville .... 2U.97 59 N 1 Cloudy . Memphis.. 29.92 70 N W 6 Fair Nashville. 29.S6 64 NW 4Cloudy New Orleans-.... 23.83 84 S E 6 ?Jr Omaha,Neb...... 29.65 73 S 14 Cloudy - Pittsburg 8hreveport, La. : St-Loui."...., .... 2.4.95 69 N 14 Clear St. Paul...., 29.81 51 K 6 Cloudy VIcksburg. 29.98 78 N 6 Fair Keokuk. 29.88 68 3 W 3 Fair War Department, Office of Chief Signal Officer, Washington, D. C., Sept. 23, 1873. Probabilities For New England, light to fresh winds and partly clear weather will prevail with possibly light rain over the southern portion. For the Middle States, light to fresh winds and partly cloudy weather, with rain on the coast. For the South Atlantic States, winds, veering to north and northwesr, with clearing .but partly cloudy weather. For Tennessee and the Ohio valley, winds shifting to southeast and south, rising temperature and generally cloudy wea .her. For tho lower lake region, easterly to southerly winds, higher temper ature and cloudy weather. From Missouri to the upper lakes, falling barometer, south erly to easterly winds, increasing to fresh and brisk, cloudy weather and vary proba bly rain. Thennjonty or the afternoon reports from the Western Gnlf Stateaand Dakota are missing. RIVER NEWS. Bally Report of Stare of Water, with Changes ia me - ngars rnuinyo p. m. of pi. za, I3J. STATIONS. Cairo , Cincinnati., Davenport. Keokuk. Leavenworth Louisville..., Memphis..... Kasnviue.... New Orleans, Plttsburz.... S hreveport.. . .. . . DU LOUIS. St. Paul... Vicksbnrg, ABOVE LOW WATER. ft. in. cnAnaxs. 18 B. 10 9 1 ft, ' In. i ft. as r a i- ! ' In. Blank ..) Indicates no report: clnher foTt- tlonary; minus ( ) tendency to fall; plus (t) ten dency to rise. A. C. Ford. Observer. The river commenced rising here yester day. Wo report IS inches on Haroeth Shoals.