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&ire aid Marine ! Capita!., $200,000.00, INSURE IK THE T TE INSURANCE fiOMPANY, NASHVILliE Office in the (company's Building, Aro, 30 Worth (college St. John Xiumsden, ZPres?t. G, P. Thruston,YicePres't. 3). 21, Johnson, Sec'tj, KMLROAD TIME TABLES. UHIUU JLlChCl. UlllU'i JUUAIIl-'I UVUSl't j A. II. IJobinson, Agent. Arrival aud Departure or Trains at Nashville. -IAMJISVI1.1.E AND XASHVlXIiE AXI GREAT NOUTIIEnX. Depot, Xorth Col lege street. J. X. Brooks, Agent. THAWS. AEJUYES. Xortlieni, Eastern and' Western Express 5:00 a. ji. , Xorthern, Eastern and ' Western .Express 12:.:o a.m.' C:00 p.m. Xorthern, FasUra and 1 Western Expre ft f 1:VS p. v.-f 7:35 a., m Mobile JtX.O. Kxi.ress! 7:Ma.m 12-10a.m. Decatur Mall G:20 v. f 12-r r. m. Columbia Accomnjort'n Discon-, tinned. Uxllatln Accommod'on 3: to r.M.'t 933 a.m. 67p. aTMOBK, Gen'l Pa f. and Ticket Agent. .XAtUS.VI'H.E," CilATTAXOOGA A5I) ST. I.OUIS. Depot, Chnrch street. T. II, Cunningham, TickU Agent. Southern Si t'rn Mall., t &0 A. w. t V&5 r. m, " Ext.ress 8:00 r. m. 1 30 A.M. .St.Xx)als:iI.&N.O.Ex' 1:4S A.M..f 5:10 r.M. " & Western Mail 12:20 r. is.l 0 00 A. m. MemiJiiJ & X. O. Ex. .. f 3.00 r. . 0:00 a. M. Shelby villa Acco- ra'du f 4:00 r M ,f 3:15 a.m. W. L. DAKLiKV. (len'l Paw. A Ticket Agent ST. I.OUIN ARO SOETJIEfcSTEltX (Couxolltlntcd.) Depot, North College utrect. J. K. Broks, Ticket Agent. St. Louis. Western and I I MemplilflExprctB.... 2:30 r.x. 1:40 r.N. W. B. DAYEXPOBT, G. T. A., St. Louis. Dally, t Dally crceptMonday. arjtfxissEE & paciwc kaiekoab-. On and alter Thursday, Dec.4, trains will be run as i'ollo-rs: Xo. 1 DANA'. Leave Lebanon 7:11 A. M. Arrive Xashrillc.,.,.. y:)0 a. m. Leave Xasliville 4:00 r. m. .Arrive Lebanon &00 l". it. Xo. 'A TKI-WEl'KLY. THtidayi. Xhurraayt and tSalurdayt. Leave Nat-liYille I:t0 a. m. Arrive libation 11:00 a. m. Leave Lebanon ." 1:30 v. si. Arrive Xiudiville. 3:(H1 1: !. GEO. JIAXEY, l'rcb't & Sup't. CBOKEVIM-1" AXI Kl'AKTA STAUI L. B. Wnnn, Agent. Ia-.ivck Iel;inon on Tuesdays, Uliurwlays and .Satunlaj at 7:30 JA. M. iOt'ISVIXfcE A- CIXt'IXXATI SHOUT LIXK KAII.KOAI,-TraiiH leave and ar rive at Loultvilie as follow: TKAias. Southern l-"nt Linc.ex- AUKIVE. 1 7:00 r. m. 'J2:30 r. M. cent Sunday I C:00 A. Cincinnati Expres, ill- 3:50 r. Cincinnati nlgiit l-.x- 1 j.res, except siinilaj 11:00 v. m. )trxinjton 31 an, except ' Sunday 5:30 A. M. Lexincton ExiireN. ex 5:15 a. ! CO A. il. 11:30 r. m. 8:15 r. i. 3iW r. m. t 3:30 r. M. J 8:15 A. M. I 7:00 r. si. cept Sunday 20 r. J .arrange Accommoda tion, except Sunday 5.00 A lArrangc. Accommoda tion, oxcept Sunday.. 9:35 A Shelbyvllic Accommo dation, exceptSiind.-i) 5:30 A Puclbyvillc Accomnio-' dafion.excoptSunday 5:00 r. ShcSbyville Accoiiimo ilation, Sunday only..t 8:30 A, M. M. M. M. UAI.TIMOKE AX1 OHIO KAII.UOAO. Train leave and arrive at Cincinnati iu follows from JIariclta ail Cinciuiiatl Depot, Pearl and Plum j-trcct: Baltimore, Washington & I'hil.idflpliia Ex.. . 7:35 A. M. C:20 r, M. East Line 1:00 r. m. Vsv.-.hington, Philadel-j jihla Xcw York lt-l 10:30 v. if. 4:00 r. M i j 8:30 r ji. The L30 r. i. .md 10UW r. M. trains run dally. FKOM LITTLE MIAMI IIEI'OT, EAST yl!0.T ST. Waybill elon & Dalti niorc Expref 7:30 A. M. 1:15 r. M. Bultimorc & Xcw York J-astLinc jl0-",0 a.m. .10:20 r. M. Cumberland Exprp.... 0:15 r. t. 5:3031 TliiK is the only Tfnc running Pullman palaco drawing-room aud klcopins cur.s to Wasliington, Baltimore and Philadelphia without change. Xcw Ailvcrtlspmcuts. - Kesitlftnce 22".' Soiitli Cliorn- street for ot'nt. , Forty acres of land near Overton Mai ion for sale. Agents wanted. Siggins pays cash for seconiWiaml ftirni ture. Itoss, Gale Thomas issue leasehold in terests. Sale of furniture at the Capitol House to-day. The annual meeting of the Nashville Jlloodhorsc Association will take place at llicir rooms, over W. T. IJerry & Co's. on Saturday, Jan. 'i. li74. .Sealed proposals will be received at the ollice of W. C. Smith for the. several branches of work required for Hie "Vander bilt University" building. John llhuni, removed to G4i North ('hem- stnet. Thompson Dros. & Kelly oiler for rent the store now occupied by the Howe iSew in; Machine Company. Fine -jewelry at Wiggcra' 'Ml North I'herry stri-et. Our readers will regret to leani from the advertisement in the city notices that the old and well known firm of Lande &Iltoth cr, iire now engaged in jiacking up their stock for the purio3e of removing to St. Louis. The senior ol the linn. A. Kmde, lias beim here since 1847, and Xathau lnde, the junior iwrtner siiu-e 1S52. lioih my entcmrising gcntltiuen. and we are 1 1 .; '11. k. .sorry to pan wiui mich mm iwiu. x m . expuet to keej) ui their trade with this sec lion, and in the change of location, expect 10 incivase their facilities for luanutiu-tur-Sngfiu-s. In Nashville's loss. St. Louis rains two worthy incrchauts. A "OciirUi of "fur Oiiis. It is said that there is not a fun sale in Nashville at the present time. ap for ' A Ilolldny Xumbcr. The Jof-Jc for tho holidays is pro fusely illustrated, besides giving away bwo wlond faslrion dnte. Dukvorth has it for sate. Illoixl Ii-e Asoeinlion. The annual meeting of tlie Nashville Blool Horse Asociaion will be held next Saturday , morning, at il o'elodc, for the election of officers and other business of in terest. Hon. E..ir. rwhis's Lecture. The most enjoyable occunencc that takes place this week will le the lecture on l"ri day ninht, by Hon. 13. IL living, on Dan iel Webster. 3Iorc I".uiisriuil.s. Another installment of emigrants, foify innunilKT, reached Nashville from the eistern part of the State yesterday, and de pirted for Dentiison. Texas yestenlay of le.rnoon. "SlailiierjuU'ifi. A l:irt of inasqiieraders.. consisting of about twenty p -i-smis, left Ihe Mawell at eight o'clock last night, and remained out several.liours, in which time tiny visited a number of private residences in the i-ity. ,Elcrliwnr Ollicers. The following uafliel wmu eieded olli cere for the ensuing term of ToiiiK"sce Lodge No. 1, 1. O. O. l-: AV. W. Johnson, N. 4.: D.'S. AVright, ?r. G.; V. A. Harry. SreV C. P.. Ifall. Treasurer. Obtain! itic touey I'nder I'nlse I're tences. A young man living in Williamson county was arrested in tin cily -yesterday upon the charge of obtaining iiione"y under false protences. The case was continued )r Jiiftice Everett until Monday next. Nashville Savings Gompiiny. I.. G. TAKEOX, CswUIcr. THOS. J?. MAUI!, President. 1 Deposit rcaoiw and-lntercst allowed therfon; Loans KegoUajcdr Collections Made, and General Banking rSusfc janl ly xicss transacted. FINANCE MD TRADE, XAfJMVIIiliE' QUOTATIONS. LOCAL npXDS. Tcuncssco bonds, old.,.. Tennessee bonds, newi..., TcnneMfco bomb, past'Utc.. '. Tenuccc coupons, past ijuc,.-i. Tennessee cuupons. tVTuUable Comptroller's warrants. Davidson county bond.", pastduc Davidson county lKinds, luc 74 Davidson county bonds; due 75 Davidson county bonds Usned'tn Tennessee" and Pacific road Davidson county coupoiis Davidson cuunty warrants. Wilson county bonds, iluc 79 Wilson county bonds, due '83... , AVllson county bonds, due'9!l , Montgomery comity bonds ; Montgomery county coupons.' 80 80 U 01 00 112 88 88 87 74 V 82 Kl .71 74 70 85 85 83 85 81 78 72 05 fO 25 ;isjiviiiu uiiy ihjiius, pLiiue... " " Old, due 74, " " old. due 75 " " oldfdhe 77. " " old, duo 79,.:.. " " old, duo '82... ,i " " " MgncA Brown... ' " . slgucd Aldeu... " " Park ilgncd Morris or Ker- clieval,due7l.. " 75.. " "'.77.. " " 78.. " " 79.. 90 ! 8? .86 , 83 SI ' 12 77 so , 85 , C5 23 'SO. Xashville coupons, off old bonds " ' Brown bonds.. i.". " " Alden bonds " it Park bonds. " " Morris or Kerchcval.. 87 Xashville and Cliattauoojs lisilrffad bonds, endorsed, duo 74 SO " " 78! , SO ' 'St 72 EastTejincRseo and Virginia l'.ailroals bds, cndorCit.,.,,.,, 72 East Tennessee and Qci;gia K.illruail b'd, cndoncl 72 Xasliville aud Decatur lfUihoad l.oiuii-.iejr ond mortgage, C's M Memphis mid Charleston llailroud, lirst mortgage ;r. 0 Memphis mid Charlctou Jtailroad, second mortgngc...,, 74 Mississippi Central Jtailroad, firet Mort- Msfssipid' Cciib-ftl Kalfroa'l'locRii jnort- cace. 's : : .-. si Murlreesboro city bonds MuifrcCiboro couions GOLP AVtt siLA'cr;. Dliyin American gold HO Gold coupons 110 Gold dralts on Xcw York 110 American silver (Vs s 102 American tllver fcs aud 10s) 102 FOr.KION KXCHAXOE. On Iondon oxl Llviool, On Dublin, a , ,7.11. r ... 60 ... ao Selling. 112 112 112 100 105 ... C70 ... 0 70 ... 5 70 On Germany, Drrlin, cte., a that.. 88' On Germany, Vranklbrt,-?, Guil LAND WARItAXTS. Buving. ...Is 35 40s, War of 1 812... nis, warm leiz 80s, Xot War ot 1S12 , , lCOs, AVar of lt12 1L1W, Xot War ofl812. , Kfls, War of 1812. ltXU, Xot War of 1812 .", LOCAL BTOCK!. Louisville and Xasliville Kailruail stock.. 7f. 75 115 115 140 140 45 Nashville and Cliattaiiixrg.-t railroad stock, f) XiU-hvillc and Dfcetur llailniad stock 3S East Tennessee and G'-orgiultuilruadstock r-0 "Memphis and Charlestoii Knilitiad stock... 12 South Xasliville Street Kailroad stock.... Xorth Xasliville Street Kailroal stock Spruce Street Kailroad stock SusiK'nsion llridge stock Xaslmlle Gas Light CvmiMiiy Cotton j'actorv slock '. CO ... 20. ... !X) ... 82 ...120 ... IS ..."ICO ... 00 ...275 ...lin ... Hi ... 03 ' ... !K ... a) ... pir First Xatioual llaidi Mock.. 'Second " " " ., Third " " " Fourth - " " Planters l!atd (ok Tnion Dank stud: Coniniercial Insurance Company... Eijuitabiu In-uraiicc Ctmipany.I State Insurance Comiwny.." Xiisiiiiilc Life Jjisiirauec Company. POUTllKlllT BA5K IOTES TENNRI5SKK. Jlank of Tennessee, old ivue; ltank of Tennessee' new iw-uc Uank of Tennessee, signc-d Torbctt Jlank of Post notes.... Hunk of Cliuttiiuooga llank of Commerce Hunk of Knowille... i Uank of Memphis Dank of Middle TcnnoNiee. Hank or Paris Hank of Shelbyvillc Dank of the "Union Hank of West Tennessee Hock's Dank...,. City Hank Commercial Hank , Life and General insurance Company. Merchants' Hank Xorthern Hank. ".' Oroec Hank .' Planters' Hank Southern Hank Traders' Hank Union Bank..". m 25 25 20 CV5 par fO W !.. 03 Nl 30 25 75 m JO 01 par par 03 JO par 00 l'iunnciul. Tlicre is nothing new to note iu linan cial circles, liiisiness is reported as un usually dull, with less enquiry for money than is customary at this season of the year. The regular customers of the bank hao no dillknltv in obtaining loans on short time at the rate of ten per cent per nullum. There is a falling off iu the amount of sight cotton bills offering which also tends to make currency easier with the banks. (old is mthcr dull, closing in New York at 110J after reaching 110L For the small lots ollered here, dealers liav 10J) while thev hold at 110 J. Silver is taken at 102 tin halves and quarters. Government bonds arc very si rotig. 1 lie following are. the quotations at 2:00 : United States six per cents of 18S1..120J,- Fivc-twcnty bonds of 18C2 113; Five-twenty bonds of 1804 115' Fivc-tttClitT bonds of 1S0G .115"; l ivc-t went 10s, new issue, lb'......llKj4- j- ivc-tweniies, new issue, jsw Five-twenties, new issue, J80S Ten-forties Xew live per cent,"' Cirrcncy sixes , ...no ...118', ...111', ...111J, ...114.',' Tennessee bonds are unchanged, being quoted in New Yoik at 81. AVe hear of nothing doing in them hero, but they may be quoted, we supiose, at POiHSl buying aud 82(SS!c selling. Comptrollers wai rants are very scarce. and are pot to be had at present. Urokcis oiler to pay 1)5. Our local securities generally, arc quiet, and though in but little demand are held at full rates. For quotations we refer to those given by the Nashville Savings Com pany, conujijfUnion and College streets The Lbfytcillc Courtrr.founuU says: AVe are informed that 100 shares of Louis ville anil Nashville railroad slock sold at 61 cents'!Mii Ne.tv York on" Friday... Five thousand dollars' worth of ninety-eight consolidated bonds of the road were sold at the same time for SO J cents. The S n car Trade. F10111 the New Toik Hulk-tin, Dec. 27. In sugar there has been a f.iir business done, and prices have generally ruled Ateady on the basis of last week's quota tions, but latterly there has lieen less liiin ii(!ss in the market, ami good refining, which has been quoted during the week at 7c, sold o'l AVednesday at 7je. In bag sugar then1 has been a pretty good bu-iness at 0;a7c Tin sales during the week have approximated 20,HK)bags, and .".'ince the 1st inst., tho transactions hao taken out of slock 07,:i0'.J bags. The stock 011 AVednes day was estimated at J2.7IW hhds., :M,742 bxs., '5("),Ob2 bags and 1,5J)H n)elado,a-raiiist -,74!l hlnN.. :,2,2(B bxs., lll,:!li bags and 178 imflado. Thus it will be seen that the stock is still largely in excess of last year, and now that there is nothing to disturb the natural course of l lie m.ukel, under such circumstances it would invasion no surprise to .xv prices decline still fiinbir. I!os ami I'rovi-iioiiM. Th( St. J.mih Jtcjiuliliritn of IJec. 27 s:iys: Tlie approximate, "lacking al tlie lu-inciiwl iwckhm points at the AVcst up to tlie latest mail dates, and estimat-M since, compares with eonesKindiugdates last year, and total packing winter .season of 1872-:!. jis follows: T11 Date. is??. . l(,IJOO . WM,OOI .. xo,oi ,. I76.UKI . UHI.'HO T. Date. 1872. 370.IJOO 370)0(1 345,1 K.X) 2fl."..00i 12f..lXHV l(KI,00il .Scawin 1S72-3. (Sai-307 1,12.-1(70 10CA17 Ciucianali Clii'vtgo St. Louis Imigvlllc MihcHilkt-e ... lnditinaiMili-.... TwtHls 23il,f'O0 1,705,000 3J9I.H7 Total to con-osponding lime in S7l at same places, L'J-ie.OOO. The table of -packing at those places shows that the pafldnj: to date exceeds same time last year T0.",0u0, leaving 1,0(10, 000 to lxjicke-i to equal hist year's total, tl'he rcft'uiiis from Tdlssoiiii. winch are vetj eoiiitilotts.iliow the larciat tironutlion decrease'-lliis reason, or over 100,000 shori of last sisou. . Tho Ncw Tovk lhdldhh in cbninientin on tlia Provision'trado, siys: "The market for hog products -for thjt weel: ending December. "2" has been chaiSi acterized bv aa unsettled conditiou)t ant u protracted dullness in almost evcry?art" j1 ni tlin list. Tliem has-been nn actus bi-eak iu the market yej. It has dragged j along in an iuanimateHi)6jiion, secmlngl? Without punio-ie and beyond control," yil( it ft in the hands of Ihe western operators! or nt. lpfi?,t no mio believes It. has nassctl out of their lmtiils, for had it accord lng t the theory that it is simply held up b; these men they woulit have been a mark, ed decline that would have brought price! here to an export basis, which they an; above at present by some iaic per lb 01 3 both lard and bacon. Tlie amount stock pllereu 11:1s been moderate, yet ap pears to liavc been let out fully as fast a demand veiitired,'aiul as Fust as it could be and sust-iin the present basis of prices! and it may be the policy now to hold tlni market about where it is, letting out onougli stock to Supply the current demand and replenish tueir cash, instead ot at tempting to force tlie market up further ) the hope of securing a shoit interest, which lias thus far been who uijlercntly sue ccssful, at there have been few-, who dan "'o short' to iuiv extent, much less make combined 'bear' liiovement'aud maintain It until the question of higher or lower price j should be definitely settled. 3Icssi-s. Egglpston & Humes, of Chicago, make the following statements as'.tq Tro visions in their Circular of Dec. 27 : The movement of Provisions from thi:( .market for the week ending Dec 2o, as, compared with the same week of-1872, and: since Oct, 23, 1873,-as compared with sanlc, tinie,'872, were: , ' j:rceipii5. Green and, J'ork, Lard, Salt Meats, - ' bbl. in T.. pounds. For the week 5.40S 872,575 3,987,470, .Same week. 1872.. SIB IKluW 1,05G,31C Since Oct. 23, 1873.-18,220 0,032J20 20,T40,10Ci Same time.4872... 11,200 l,GoU,W 0,172,111' MliPMHNTS. F.ir the week 342 1.228.C81 30.201.770 Same week. 1872.. 1,805 2,518,452 555,17(! Since Oct. 25, 1873. 67,600 26,350,332 !M.,KW,-iXi Sarnetime,1872...lO07C3 18,us3,yjs 40,.'io,ioi Receipts and shipments of hog products, from Oct. 20 to Dec. 10, IStK, in pounds, including pork, lard and meats : Beceived, 73..2(5,051,71C(Shippcd, 73..1272048 1'eeeivcd, 72..10,2o4,S06:$hlpprp, 72.j 8M135 I ucreasctl . . ..f.'tiflW' Tiicf-c-ised .-IClS.'lsq The foreign cxiorta of tho hqv crap from October 23 to December IS of pork, lard and meats liavc been 52,000,000 lbs., more than the samu date last year. It is also evident that tho crop will fall' short about 20 pounds xu- hog this season ovei last, which is equal to more than 500,000 hogs, of -00 lbs. net weight, an;l the pres ent indications are that the numbers wilj tiill off between 200,X)0 aud ''.OO.OOQ, thus making about J, 000,000 hogs ftlioit of season. Tlie quality of tho hogs now ar riving are of the poorest class we have re ceived for years, shoving, as we have be- fore intimated, a desire to huqy every hog. for.vard that can be marketed, and a uis IKtSili.on to hold back coin for higher prices in the spring, U)l'$ reducing the summer supply of hogs. ftjilish Kxports to the United Slntc.1 The Chief of tlie mvau of Statistics, furnishes the following comparative stalo metit, showing some of the principal aiti cles of Uritish and Irish produce and manufacture.- exported from the United King dom to the United SUUes duringdheeleveri months ended Nov. J0, for the years 187i aud 1ST:': Articles 1872. Cotton maii'fact'r's, piece gootls, yards 12U,45S,8S3 Iron, pig, ton,.,.., JS581'I iron, bar, angle, bolt, and rod, Urns....; WAV Jron, railroad of all sort-, toni.... 111,074 Iron. lHjo'ps, sheet, boiler, and armor plate, tons.. 2:1,820 Lead, -pig, rolled, sheet. piping ami tubing, tons. 7300 Linen maii'fac tares, pieces too;K ya rds. Ill, 172,000 Silk iiianiil'.ic,-.ures, broad stnlVofsilkorsalii.. Je 145,243 Kihhonsof all kiiids,value iflBO Other articles of silk onlv, value 92,010 Other articles of silk and otlicr niateriiils, v.ilae. 103,022 Wool, sliced and lamlw', IKiunds.; 2.190,111 AVod elotlis, or wool mixed with other niaterials.yils 5.88;,C18 AVorted stulf of alt wool, or wool mbiCd with other materials, vards 91.232,901 Carpets, yards C.C3G,434 1873. 101,278,013 ittjOOtl . 22,fiS!l 177,05!i 17 ,981 i 97,HW,C7:l 674,570 33,83d 70)31 819,08 t 5,co3,orr 4,904,081 BANKING, Third Matioiaal Baiak,, NASHVILLE, TENN. BOAllD Ol" DIltECrOIUS: W. W. BEItRY, CITAS. E. IULLMAX, JOlfX KIUKMAX, EDGAK JOXES, DAXIEL F. CAr.TEK. rTIRAXSACTS A GEXEKAL EXCHAXGE JL Business and DeaLs in United States Bondi and Gold. EDGAR JOXES, Cashier. W. W. BERRY, President. JXO. KIR KM AX, Vice-President. fcepl ly GENERAL MARKETS. Tvcsday, Dec 30, 1873. Xasliville Cotton JtarliCt. The market to-day suffered a decline, anil closed quiet as follows Inferior Ordinary Good ordinary Low middling . Middling .. 7 9 ..13 ..13?.' ..UK AA'e give as follows a summary transactions, of the day: Receipts Sales Shipments Of tilt! C90 SCO 47C WASHVILLK COTTOX STATEMENT. Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1873 2121 Received to-day COG Received previously...; 38213 38909 Total Shipped to-dav Shipped previously. 41CC0 ... 47G ...31579 35055 Slock on hand CC05 AVe are indebted to McAlister&AVheless, Commission merchants, corner Broad and College strAts, for the following cotton quotations in New York and Liverpool dming the day: changed. Middling liplaudsSiu; middling Orluiins SL08gd. Sales to-day 12,000 balcl, of which" 2,000 bales are for export anil speculation, Salesof American 8.200 bale-!. New York, Dee. 30, 10:20. Cotton Futures dull. January delivery "t-WCt J5fe; Febutary 10 3-lOe; larch 1013-1U!. New York, Dec. 30, 10:50. Cotton Ordinary 14c: goiMl ordinary 14c; strii.t giH)d onlinaiy 15 3-l(; low middling 15-?; middling 10ic; Alabama JOk; Orleans 10 j. IMarkel weak. New York, Dec. 30,li:10. Cotton Futures easy. December delivery 15 9-ll!c bid; January 13ft'015 II-lCc; February l(ij 01(i3-l(ie: March 10 !M(i0lOe; April 17 017 !-32e; .May 17i017c; June 17Ji3l 17 15-lOe. Sales 3,:;i-0 bales. New York, Dec. 30, 12:15. Cotton Ordinary 14-Je; goxl ordinary 14Jc; stritt good onlinaiy 153-1 (Je; low middling 15Jc; middling H'jle; Alabama lUJc; Orleans log. Market weak. Sales for consumption 1.(5 bales: for speculation 223 bales; last eve ning for export 712 bales: for consumption 31 1 bales: for speculation 32S bales. New York, Dec 30, 12:15. Cotton Futures easv. January delivery 15 7-lOfi) J5.',c; February 13 29-320 15 15-fOe; Marsh 1O01O7-1Oc; April 10 3-lU01Os7c. 6all-s for liiture delivery 0,100 bales. New York, Dec. 30, 2:03. Cottoii . Onlinaiy 14Jc; good ordinary 14 Je; strict good ordinary 153-lGe; low nftdillinglSiv; middling Kige; Alabama 10jc;' Orleans Kg. Market easy. Siles on spot estinialed l,0(i0 ball's. New York, Dec 30, 235,. Cotton Ftttui-es steadv. JunuaniTilmirY 150 13 9-lOc: Febniary 10 1-S-01 l-l6"cplai'th 10 7-lOc Sales 1 1,200 bales. New York, Dec. 30, 305. Cotton Oidinary 14c; gooil onlinaiy 14e; strict good oidiuary 15 1-10; low middling 15 c; middling lOJc; Alabama lOJc; Orleans 10f. Market dull. Sales for export 157 bales; for consumption 404 bales," for speculation 223 bales. New York, Dec 30, 3:30. Coftoij IdVEliPOOL, Dec. 30, 1:00. Cottoik a ui uaimorais mwj:size-s;.-?i.w(ai.o.; quiet and stejulv. Middling uplands Sjilt, pebble grain mi.idUR-JLbleaJJi .&5; Tf'rlM 1L',000 baTeoTvhieh Vf53Lsu-c fo scwe7TiaxTO0!r.(O', serge. baTiIiwrJs .s.l73)0i. export and speculation. 1-15; ladies' jsejge iiolisli kid foxed a3O0 Liverpool Dec. 30, 2:30. Cotton utr "(x lrtdies' seige kid ft xcd, buttoned $)y)0 Futures easy. January delivery 13 7-lGf8) 15",c; JTaliEUary 1513-lOfa-lOe; 33Carchll5 32c; April 1610 15-lOc; lav il 3-J6J? 17 5-16C; Jtuie 17(ai7ic. Sales 1S,U00 bales. jNew Iojik", Ddc. SOISet receipttr 90,-; yai Daies; exports". to lireat Britain yOioSU bales; to thei continent 28,278 .bales; stoclc 'i,wi oates; Naskville rrovlsion Mnrltqt. 3Ltrket active and linn as followspacked from store: i JJulu JlKATSi Sliouldcrs (3c; cleat lib lfUI 75- cifl.K: ?T. . .! sides 71c: clear sides 71c. Bacon Shoulders 7c; .market aiioutbtiv of sides. ILvms Sugar-cured canvased 10c-' Lamo Hart & Henslcy's snow like pastry In tierces OfjC, half "barrels 10c; klgs lujc, buckets lie; pnmo m tierce Oc. i Breakfast Bacox AVe quote at 0c Bekf Tongues -AVe quote at $0.00 jer dozen. Xasbville Flour rind Grain HarUc Floui Market finn as follows : Supjr- flue $3.00; XX $0.50;-XXX $7.50; choL-e iamiiy$s.5(iia)t5.70 Corx 3dEAi-AVe quote as fol!o: Unbplted Coc; bolted 07c per bushel. Corn Shinnients to-dav of 1,030 busl: :ls at 03 and 07c, sacked and delivered in ucpoi. AViie at Sales of 000 bushels to-dayht "pi.ou per Dtisnei. Oats; AVe quote at 52c in'store Buax ALarket weaker. AA'e. quote it $17 per ton, loose in bulk, and $20 per tqi,. sacKeu anu ucnvercain aepot. Nashville Produce Mnrlict. 1'ean uts AVe report sales of 800 busji els to-dav from storo on nnvato terms." Dkled Fruit AVe report sales of 5,obo lbs. half peaches to-day at 9c. The niarlfct continues strong, and we-hear of some lof our dealers who are offering 7ic for apples and quarter peaches and 9ofoj:lsiI( paiciios. ' Egos Market dull at 20cr;f dozen from wagon, Grkbx Apples AVe quote at ?J.50j 5.00 per barrel. Souj: KnouT ATc quote at $10 per bbl. from store. Cahhage AVe quote at $2.2offi2.50 per crate from store. Chestnuts Sales from wagon to-day at S3.50 per bushel. FKASr-AVc quote from store as follows : Stock Peas $1.251,50 per buslie); Lady Peas $2,50 per bushel, Potatoes AVe quote at $1.50 nor bar- rp, tppsp n-opi wagou,anu fa. 70 irom store. rBATiffins AVo heard of sales to-day at 55c. Beeswax- AArc quote at 2-lc Bags Dull at'2'c 1 at Sl.OOj Ginseng AVe hear of sales 1.03. AA'ooi Market dull at 18i323c for un washed, and 3"! (3)37c for washed. . t BjiOQij Cojsx Market activp at 3.ST7C. HAY--r-AVc quote at $18025 per tpnTac- ccrditlg to qiifiut-, Bpttuk AVe quote at 200250 for good to choice. Xitshvillc Uroccry Slarkct. . Sugap New Orleans, (new) in boss- heads OitfJlOc for fair to choice; Demerara lli012c; standard hards 12c; A cofiee lie; 1J do, 10c; extra C do. lOJc; yellow C 10 Molasses and Sirups Kcw Orjpaus (ns-) 05c; sinqis -13000c; golden s,irup'00 Coffee Market strong as follows; Bio, common to choice, .20030c: Lsgunyra 31033c; Java 33035c. XA1LS We quote at $4.50 for lOds, and 25c additional for diminishing grades. &A1.T c iuote 7 bushel b;UTelsat$-'.70 per barrel in store. Candles vc quote star 17ic ty lb. Fish AVe quote- as follows f Halfbar- rpls, Nos. 1, .2 and 3, $9.00, $725 and $0.50: in KUs, Has, 1,2 and 3, 5.0, K,Q0 and $1.75. Kice AVe quote at Sic. ' Teas AVe quote Imperial 75c0$1.25: Young Hyson 73c0?L25: Black 5Ot-0) $1.00; Gunpowder 75c0$1.25. 1'owDEit DunontS7.2o, bycauioreAIills $7.25; blasting $5.00; fuse per 100 feet 65c. SHOT We quote Patent $2.00; Buck $3.15. Jiiouong AVe quote common rectified whisky A? gallon $1.00,; Bobertsou County 51.7303,00; Bourbon $1,2505.50; Lincoln County $1.7502.25: Highwincs ?L0O. Cotton I iks Wo quote at IOC Brooms AVe quote at $2.5000.50 dozen. Soap AA 0 quote at 508c lb, or $3.00 0)4.50 W box. Bagglng AVe quote at 15016c for hemp and flax. Xashville Dry Goodrj Stnrkct. Prices remain very finn, but vnthout change as follows: Prints AVanisutta 8e: Bedford 8c; Aniold's 9c; Freeman's 9c; Amoskeag 9c; Garner's 10c; Allen's 10c; American 10c; DunnelslOc; Gloucester 10c; Spraguo's 10c; Vashiugton 10c; solids 10c; double pinks and purples 11c. BROWN "SHEETINGS AND SHIRTINGS. Quilt lining 709c; Virginia family J, 9c; ugusta do. 9c; Augusta 1 10c. Granitc- villc 1, 1031c: lliehland do. 11c: Augnsta4-4 12c; Graniteville do. 12c; Bichland do. 12 Nashvile sheetings J, 11c; Nashville 4-4 sheetings 12c; Allendale 10-4, 37c, BLEACHED oHKETlXGSAND bJIIRTISGS. Methnen f, 9e; Montrose do. 10c; Amciican I, 11 1c; Koot do. 10; Beynold's Arelocit?ede do. 20c; AVhat Cheer do. 20c; Gold Qoin do. 22".c; Allendale 10-1, 40c Bleached and Brown Drills. Mas- sebesic brown 15c; 1'epperell do. 15; Stark A do. 18c; Great Falls do. 10c; Pepperell bleached 10c; NaunikeagSatteen 18c; Nash- He drills 10c. Bed Titos. Conestoia CCA 18c: Cou(!stog:i C T 22c; Gold Medal do. 25c; Omega A do. 27ic; do A C A 32ic; P.oan- oke30c; Minnehaha 37e, Spool Thread. Coates' aud Chirks 72c. Xasliville limit and Hhoe .llai-Ret. No activity. Prices uuclianged ;is follows: Men's unboundkipbrogaiis$1.2501.75; do. lined unl)ound,ki)brogans$I.7i902.OO; calf pegged brogans $1.7502.50; sewed brogans $25003.50; men's kip and calf English ties $1.7503.OO; men' calf jiegged boots $3,000 5.00; do. sewed do. $4.0000.00. Men's kip double sole boots $2.7504,50; men's pegged calf double sole $3.7305.50; calf, water-proof, double sole, $3.0003.50. Boys' unbound kin brogans $1.0001.50: do. lined kip and calf'$1.2502.OO. AVomen's split or Xasliville Iliilc ami Leather Jiiirket. Hides Market strong, anil MWicndency still upwaiil. AVe qt'iote asSfirs : Green Oi07c given salted 7108; dry salted 14 015c; dty Hint 10017c; damaged and grubby lots 0 off. Leather Market comparatively quiet. AVe quote :is follows : Oak sole lb, $'.! 0-H.OO; Hemlock 280:JOc; harness leather 40042c; skiiting 430145c; bridles, black V dozen, $31.00000.00; fair bridle, $57.00003.00; French calf $48.00072.00; American kip $-18.00072.00; calf $33,000 42.00; upiier leather$38.OO042.OO; toppings all colors, $10.00012.00; linings, white and pink, $0.00012.00; leather in the rough W tb 220 28c. Xnihvillc Hardware MarUct. ' Market quiet and unchanged as follows : Axes $12,00010.00; horse shoes $7.00; mule shoes $8.00; horse 'shoe nails S and, 9, 22020c; cast steel and shear 22025c; American blister 13015c; English do. 18020c; cotton cards $5,000 0.00 V dozen; hanics $3.000 12,00 qp' dozcn pair; traces $0.00018.00 3? dozen pair; hoes $-1.5009.00; shovels $7.00015.00; collars $9.OO01S.OO dozen; hammers 20 022c lb; vices 20c W lb; anvils 18c 3? lb", bellows 70c inch. Ilruss Medicines, laiii(s, Kyosdiirs, OilN, etc. Drii.s and Dye-stuffs Indigo, best, $1.1501.25; mailder 17c; salts 5c; blue stone 15c; alum 0c; cochineal $1.00; mag nesia, catb., -J5c; flour sulphur Ole; roll do. 0c; canmhor 40050c; copperas 2j03c; tisstifo-'tida 50000c Medicines Opium $0.0009.50; quini nine $2.7003.00; iodide potash $7-0007.25. rhubarb ft, $1.000 2.25; ipecac & ft, $2.0002.50; aloes lb, ,20080c; calomel lb, $1.0002.25; blue mass ft, 51.00 01.10," morphine W ounce, $0,00050,1 1 a ij i t e - r. r- 1 r - chloroform ty,lb, $22.214.171.124; castor oil gallon, Sl.85ia2.00, Oils Linseed, jaw, $l.ini.i5; Unseed, bQilpd, SU50S1.2O0; coal- oil, 20022c; jfuu, 1, .cosawc; sweei 011, si.oyau.tw tmitfois -cnon;,. v.- In r A . . - pentinc' 000,70c ' ' , P.unts, etc. AVhlte lead, accortling to quality, 8012c; furniture Varnish, $l.(0"a .1.75; coacli do..52.2503.r,O,, furniture dtie, -ora-wc, wiine uo. we; concentratel lye, -ro.-uKto.ou y case. h'lituirics. Sj'.Kijs Clover $0.5J, timothy 4.ud; orchapl grass $1.75; blue grass $1.75; ncrti s grassi.&o; millet outof season, i cotton XArns-AVc quote at llcr 13c i'j.; uui jlic ior,iou, owi, ouo and 41X1. auucics In llemaud at $3.50 per 100 'lbs for hackled, and $1.30 for rough. ' :. AA'EArpiN6 Paper AVe quote small at ouc- ineuium 70c: aouble crown SI. Iron AVe quote as follows : Tennessee bar Oic W fb: Kcntuckv do. 5c: Tennessee band 009c Kentnckvdo.550Oie: Termesi- suc uoiier piate ijc; boiler iicaus Ujc; lire uox joe, sneet; common 007c; Uo. lien- iucJcy(?t0Sie; u0. Tennessee 809c. Barri-ls AAc quote ot 45c GLASswAJtE AA'e clianse our nuotations .to suit tho card rates as follows: 8bv l0 o. io; iv try 12 57.."-'.; !OUyl4$8.bO; 10 by 10 o. (o; vi ny a sa.7o; 12 by iu .70; 32 by IS $9.25; 12 by 20 $9.25 fDiscotiut 4U. . - , iLASKS Theouotations net are as fol lows: Half pint S2.75: nint $3.75: ouart OAXDrES AAe quote stick candv 15c common iancy luc. t cordage jute 13c crass 20c: cotton OA- " w ' - oue. PErPER Aro quote at 27c. Spice AVe quote at 10c Ginger AVe quote at 10c Tallow AYe .quote at Cc. , ' Oranges AA'e quote at $9 per barrel. Cloves Advanced to 50000c SOVTIIEKX lJlOIUCE 'lIAItliETS. ' . COItKECTED IJY .1. N. JIOUSON. -Charleston. S. C. Dec. 27. Cotton iiuiij ivl uc(,j.ei giaue, qim- dlings 15013JC, sales on the 2Cth of S00 bales ?Bice Steady demand; fair to gootf 7i07ic. Bio Coffee Market strong; prices higher; cargo direct importa tion, neiti at 2(S02Uc tor lair to "prime grades AA'hbat No demand at pres ent. . , . , , t lour iioou tteinanu; market .active with niodcrate slqck; super $0,000 0.00; extra "?7.oofa'7.ou: iamiiyss.5O0io:7o Corn hales of new Maryland white at Rue OKI scarce, , , , , , UATS Fair local demand at 03007c; stock li-rht Hay Eastern $1.300 1.40; no AVcslent here.. .TJ.vcon Good demand for smoked: shoulders scarce at 7?0Sc; clear lib sides OI09fc; stock light for ' dry sailed; shoul ders nominal atOJ07c; clear rib sides, good ileniaud at H0ie Lard--'I air de mand; tierces 9i0Ofc; kegs 100.101c. Butter Good demand for choicoHt 3?0 42c; Jowpr grades in demand and scarce. . . . .Logs Dull at 28030c Hides Dry salted 11013ic; flint 10018c AA'OOL Unwashed 20023c; washed 320 jc Potatoes N orthern $"3,230 4.25 per baiTel. nLVltKii'lTS liY TEIiEGKAPir. TJtc Cotton MivrlictH. . Liverpool, Dpc 30. Cotton quiet and teadv: uiiddling uplands 8ddiniiudling Orr leans bla8Sc Sales 12,000 bales;-Auierican :,200 bales; speculation ami exports 2,000 balos. Salc3 of uplands not below good ordinary shipped November arid December id; do. December and January b :l(ul; lo. Januarj- and Febntary SiV, January and Februarj- delivery bd; not lielow low middlings December to February delivery S 3-10i; do. February and March Sid: sales of Orleans not below good ordinarv shipped November, Jauup.r!," anij Fcbnijjrj' SMI. New York, Dec 30. Cotton dull and lower: middliuguplandslOic Futures clos ed stctdv; sales of 22,8W balps as follows: Jamtfiry 15 13-2c; Fcbrtiarv 15 15rlCc,' March 10 13-32c; April ICJc; Maj 17 5-lli iiiisc New Orleans, Dec 39. Cotton active demand; sales 9,700 bales; medium aud low grades 1 che8per; higher tirades lc higher; good ordinarv to strict good ordinarj- 131 al4c; low iniddliug to strict low middling llfaljlc; middling to strict middling 10a tele; good niiddling 17al7icf receipts 11,- iiS4iics: oxports to continent i,83i oaies: coiistwisc bales; to Great Britain 15,213 bales; stock 240,017 bales; unsold 19.200 ijales. Memphis, Dec: 30. Cotton quiet and weak; good ordinary 13al4ic; low. mid dling 14?c; middling l5Jal5ic; good mid dling 10ial7e; receipts for- the past day bales; shipments for the past 24 hqurs bales; sales IJQO bales; stock balos. Galveston, Dec. 30. Cotton in fair demand and firm; good ordinary I3Jc; or dinarv 12Sc: net .receipts 1,095 bales; ex ports coastwise 290 bales; to continent 1,- !00 bales; sales 1,200 bales; stock 08,432 bales. Sayanxah, Dec. 3 Cotton nominal and lower to sell; middlings 15Jal51c; net receipts 0,329 bales; exports to Great Britain 9,780 bales: to continent 3,347 bales; sales J,.)40 bales; stock H4,o0J bales. Charleston, Dc. 30.-Oolton opened firm and quiet; middlings 15c; low mid- lungs loc; strict good ordinary 14.c; net receipts 1,823 bales;gross receipts 943 bales; exports to Great Britain 3,047 bales; salos 1,000 bales: stoelwSO.S 17 bales. Mobile, Dec 30 Cotton quiet; mid dling 15ic; low middling 14fc; strict good ordinary" 13c; net receipts 3,S84 bales; gross receipts 3,SS9 bales; export.? coastwise 852 bales; sales 1,000 bales; stock 07,2S0 bales. St. Louis, Dec 30. Cotton quiet and unchanged; middiFtsgs 15Jc Louisville, Dec 30. Cotton quiet and steady; middlings 15c Cincinnati. Dec 30. Cotton, quiet at 15Jc. . i'orclfju -llarltets. London, Dec r.O, 5 p. jl -Consols for money 91Ja92; on account 92a92; United States 5-20s of 18G5, 100; do. of 1807, 100i; United States 10-40s 103; newj 5's 103J. Erie 414. Erie preferred 41 J. New York Central 7!i.. The above prices" of American securities aro based on the new method of reckoning the American dollars which went into effect to-day, by this American funps aro quoted at the rate of four shillings per dollar and not four shil lings and six pence as heretofore. Liverpool, Dtc 30 Bieadstufis aro firni .. v . .k. - Paris, Dec 30. Itentcs 58f 37c. Filvnkfort, Dec 30. 5-20s of 1802 95c. Xcw Yorlt 3Ioucy Slarliet. New York. Dec. 30. Money closed easy at 0a7 per cent:- Sterling exchange was dull at lOSf alOSf for 00 days and lOiijf for sight. The new plan of quoting ex change will go into operation here Friday next. Instead of the present asking rates for long and demand sterling the quotations will be 484 and 483 under the new par of exchange, as indicated by tlie mint alue in dollars. 1ian .certificates out standing $1,385,000; decrease since yester day $135,000. Tlie Customs receipts were $250,000. Gold, after selling at 1 lOf- closed at 1101. Loans were-at 0, 7, 1-32 and 7 per cent gold for carrying; the final rate was 0 per cent. The Assistant Treasurer disbursed $1,809,000 in gold, mostly on account of January interest; and $495,000 currency interest. The Clearings to-day were $43,000,000. Government were finn and in gooFl demand. State bonds were dull. Stocks were active aud strong during the afternoon; the principal strength was in Panama, St. Paul preferred, Northwestern, AVestern Union and New York Central. The lirst named rose from.l05 to 109, aud the advance in other shares ranged from 1 to 1 1 per cent. Northwestern was un usually prominent in the dealings and tho last sales were at the highest prices of the day. S.. Paul pn-fcrreu advanced to 00 bid with very little stock offering. New York Central sold at 99 ' and Bock Island 100, the highest figures since tho panic. Pacific Mail advanced to 38J and AVestern" Union to73i. On increased business AVabash sold up to 40j and Union Paciticwas steady at from 30 to 30J. The general market closed firm in tone. The sales at the Stock Exchange to-day between tpn aud two o'clock amounted to 73,000 shares, of which 15,000 sliares were AA'estern Union; -4,500 Union Pacific; 11,000 Lako Shore; 47,000 Pacific 3Iail, d30Q'Crevcland, Cohiinbtisjanil Indiana Central; 1,000 AVabasIi-lK5W St. Paul; "m ' mmm ,,. , , , m mmmm -riii TlHTTtf lftfiil 1 n r - ' '' 1,800, Qhlar, 7JgaNortUmbtem common j.o-,uw xew lork Central," 1,800 Bock siaim. --,,-. "sterling Jixchange. Bankers Bills .AU6; United States coupons of 1881, 1201: 5-20S of 1802, IISJ. do. of 1SC4 114Jido! of 1S05, 115grdn. new 118J,-5-20s of 1F07, '"i uunuu oiaies coupons ot ISOs, 118; new, fives,lil;lO-40s,lI25; currency sixes, H4f . Missouri Stato bonds 93; Tennessee, okl Si; do. new SO; Virginia, new. '40: do. old,-.30: Xorth Caroling old, 24," do.' new, 14: Stocks AV&stern Union Telegraph 731; New York Central 99J-; Erie44; do. prefer- Xew York llry tioeils Marltct. X- 1 ' T x .. .... .Mutt xoi-ii.Lec ;o, tub trade move ment contmmies-slow with a-rents and jobliers al ike. The market for Cotton goods remains quiet Irut prices aro unclian'gedand quiet firm, agents ask 9c for the best makes ot paper cambrics but jobbers are selling at ?5C. Y oolens tor men's wear are in better request. j?ancy cossimeres and worsted coatings are in steady demand by clotliiers. Xew York General Market. NEW lORK, Dec -30 Flour finn r.,l modorately active; supeifine AArc3tem and aiaie rpj.ouao.uu; good to. choice $0.90a7.40. AA'hite wheat extra $7.40a8.00; extra Ohio $C.55a$.25; St. Louis $0.70all.00. AVhisky luramaiji. neat scarce ami higher; No. 2 spring $1.5Sal.5J. Eve firm. Barlcv unchanged. Com a siiade finner; western inxeii anoac "Wiasoc; irom. store G4iaSlc. uata unsenied and linner 59a01c Cofiee quiet, btigar quiet and firm. Pork firm." meis$10alG!-25: middles higher; long clear miuiues 7jaac; short clear middles SJa avc. iaru weas: western stnnm kjp January S J3-16V; Febnnuy 9c Marcc 9' aOic. ISaltimoro "UarUcts. Baltimore. Dec 30 Finn? firm "?ni1 but uncbanscd.- . Wheat stemlv: Oli in nnri Indiana Sl.3Qal.70. -Com 50a53c Ttve firmer at 90a9Sc Provisions dull. "Afess pork $13.50. Coffee unchanged. JVliisIn dull and u"rooniigTaT00a97c Now Orleiins 3torkets. New Orleans. Dec 30. Flour firm: XXX $0.50.i7.50: family $T.75a9.00. Com quiet; white mixed 09c; white 70c; yellbw 70c Oats firmer al G5b07c Bran S7ia 90c. Hay quiet; prime S21. Mess nork dull; held at$15.25. Dn salt meats fair supply and demand; shoulders CJaCfc; clear rib Sc; clear 8c Bacon only job bing.lemand z SaflJaOianSc. Hams old dull at 9 cx new quiet at 13c Iard scarce, tierces 84a8fc; keg OJaOJc. Sugar dull; in ferior 4u4c; common 5a0c; fan- to fully tair Oa iic prune to choice 8aS?c Molassns in fair demand and prices easier; centrifq g:il 33a35c; cistern bottom 48c; fair OOaGle; prime (I2a04c; strictly- prime (S3cc. AVliiskv linn; Louisiana 07a9Sc; Cincinnati, none here. Colli-e 21?a27e. Com meal dull at 73 fJold lOOJallOl," sight -i discount: sterling bank 49. per cent premium, Cincinnati Hitrkcis. Cincinnati, Doxf. 30. Flour fimierat. $7.007.23. AVheat $1.40al.50. Com demand fair and market firm at53a57c Ryc93a93c. Oats quiet at 43a l9c. Barley quiet and unchanged. Groceries unchang ed. Mess pork firmer at $13.25. Lanl demand fair and market Hon; "steam Sic, held at 8gc at the close; kettle SJaSJc Bulk meats demand rood at full nrices: shoulders OaOic; clear rib 7a7ic clear 71a 71.C outside figures for fully cured. Bacon demana fair and market linn: sales of shoulders at 7c: e'ear rib Sic; clear 8'c Green meats steady; sales of' shoulders at 5c; clear rib OJe;. clear 7a7c asked; liams HJaSfo," Hogs active and advanced, light shipping $4a3.05; good jacking $4.50a3.15. ii iujk .RineaL vie. t " Louisville Markets. , Louisville Dec 30. Flour finnlv hell at $0.25a7.00. AAlieat firmer at $1,43 alG5. Corn steady at 53c, Qati in fair demand at 47.0. Byo nrin at 95c Mess pork quec and fimi at $15.50. Bulk meats lirni but little doinir; shoulders OaGJc; clear rib" 7a7ic; clear" 7-ia7f c loose. Bacon steady; shoulders 7.l7Jc, clear rib 8aSJe; cleai 8aS5c. Hams sugar-cured 12al3J. Lkiru uncnangeu; pnmc steam Smi8Jc AVhisky 93 Ja94c. Crt!cn;o Markets. Chicago, Dec 30. Flour no exports demand. AVheat demand active and nrices advanced but unsettled, closing quiet at 11c below the twst prices; No. 1 spring $l.lSfa i.ih: xo. 2spnnzSl.l7i. Januarv: 81.20. Pebraarj-. Com not ivo and advanced but. unsEiwpu, closing weaK, most oi tlie au. yarlco was lost; No. 2 mixed 53JC on spot; hi lor January, uats demand tair and market firm at SSJc for spot; 39ic for Feb niary. Bye market steady at 77a7Sc. Barley demand fair aud prices advanced; No. 2 fall Sl.39al.40. Mess pork fairlv active and unsettled, closing 15c below the best prices of the day, $14.35 for spot or January; $14.7o for February. Lard market ste4dy at SJc for spot or January; Sic for February; lc for3Iarcli. Bulk meats demand good at full prices; some cuts c Higher; shoulders e; short rib middles 7Jc loos; ac higher for packed. Green incus finn; shoulders finn; hams 7aSc for IS and 10 pound average. Dressed hogs active and advanend to $0a05 for common to extra. AVhisky firm at 03c. Ht. JLonis Markets. St. Louis, Dec 30. Flour quiet and unchanged. AVheat spring active and advanced,-No. 2 $1.21; winter red 81.41 1.42, s0inosale9 lughor. Com dull aud prices drooping at 52a53c on east track and elevator. Oats finn but inactive at 40c on east track; 42c on elevator. Barley best grades finn, others dull and woak No. 3 $1.20; Xo. 2 $l,35al.43. Bye steady at 82 a2ic AA'hislcy steady at 95c. Mess pork held finnlv at $14.50. Drysalt meats finn; shoulders 5Jc; clear rib 7ic; clear 7c loose; c higher packed. Bacon firm; shoulders 7c; clear rili Sc: clear 8iC Green meats finn; hams, 13 pounds average 9c Lanl active and higher at 8a8Jc. Hogs stiff aud higher; shipping lots $4.50a4.00; packing $4.00a5.25, bulk of sales at SaS.10. Cattle linn and wantodj good to choice native steers $4.25n5.50. Memphis Market. Memphis, Dec 30. Flour demand active and prices advanced to $0.25a9.75. Corn dull and prices drooping, OSc. Oats dull and prices drooping, 50a52c Lard quiet and unchanged. Bulk meats active and advanced; shoulders be; clear hb o;a 74e ele.ir 7'e. . , CITY NOTICES. & Removal. AVe hereby give notice that we sliall remove our business, on the 1st lay of January, to No. 205 North Fourth street, St. Louis, Mo. N.Ijaudethe junior member of the firm, will remain hero for a ew days, and all persons having claims igainst us will please present the same, and those indebted to the firm are expected to call anil settle- Persons having left Furs for repair are requested to call for the n im mediately. Lande & Brother. Jolili-Rilhm, Attorney and Solicitor, re moved to No. 041 North Cherry street, up fairs. dec31 ft Elcgftut Store for Rent. The store now occupied by '"The nowe Sewing Ma chine Company"' is for rent. It will be' furnished "with shelving, counters and an elevator in the best style, son Bros. & Kelly. Apply to Thomp dec315t ?ine Jewelry, cheaper than the cheap est, at E. AA'iggers', No. St J N. Cherry st. dcc31 tf Fine Sets of Coral, Amethyst, etc, at cost at E. AViggcrs7, 'No. 31tX. Cherry, near Union street. - decSl tf J. It. Bnist, M. 1). Office, No. 50 Union street, corner Cherry, (up stairs). Residence, 182 Church st. decSOSt Sflcef. ings and Tabic Linens, cheapest, at Hogan Bros'. dcc28 3t Giovcs, all kinds, at small profits at Ho gan Bros'. dcc2$ 3t 'or Sale Blank Books cheap, 10S Church street. Setlilfs. dec28 3t Gold Pens a specialty. SetlifTs,.108 dec28 3t Church street. Stop ami look before you passAtkinson & Vlsteli-Ljeh-EestabUalimentJ - ' dec21 IN ORDER TO CLOSING- -A- POSITIVE STJCCESS, ltAVK XADE ennine aid Marked Redaction!! IX EACH AXI !KYIIY mUMIiTJIEST. A RAM OPPORTUNITY 'TO SECURE MUSUAL RARGAlW 00,000 Worth of Handsome and BairaWe Ms KTIIX IJ:tT ON JIAXI, TO BE CLOSED OUT WITHIN A FEW xsc.rijHK LJiii iMjsw I'AitiVMSltSHlP GOES INTO EFFECT. 15E STJIIi: TO 33E AXD :r tlac Benefits I- . GREECE Sc CO.j COLLEGE STISbET X . Ii--y'nplaBtvai.ijJ;rlng elaslng-KiilS JT1 . ilec214tbptrM x 7 ' , , "... . . ' fB . GREATEST jSAllGAMS EVER OFJFEKEI AT THE PHILADELPHIA S 50 pieces all colors Alpacas, 13c. 50 pieces all colore fine Alpacas, 22c. -5Q pieces Black Alpacas, double fold, 20c. Empress Clotlis, all i-hudes, Xjc. Irish Poplins, 73c. , Silk Valours, 63c. ; CO pieces Qnccn's Clotli,-"beautiful goods, 32c, worth c. " Waterproof Cloth, 43c. Itcdlngotc Cloth, alt shades, cheap. A splendid stock of Flanuefe, Blankets, Table Linens, Towels and Xapklns 40 per cent le?s than any house iu tlio city. Call and be convinced. 12 hales Sea Island Domestic 8c a yard. Indies' and Gent' Underwear'COc and upwards. A full and comnleto stock ot" Ladies', 3dlses ami Children's Pebble Goat, Oil Goat and French Kid Shoes at extraordinary Iott price 200. pair Ladies' Buttoned Shoes reduced from SM.00 to S1.50. M. McLulTJGlILIX, decs tf 4ttr t7 l'nlillc SannreL Ready mixed for ttse. Any one can apjjly it. Seautifutund durable. Also Paint ers', ArtiaW and Wax Floxcer Materials of every land; Window Glass, Oils, Tar- m'7t, Brushes, Sash Doors, Blinds, you trill net cheap, if yon buy at 15 College street, Nashville, Tenn., G. H. GATJTKLER'S. augT -wed,friat,sun lylthp DIED. 31 AXlEIt-Illed in thL city on Tuesday morn ing, the 30th int-,nt the residence of AVm. H Evans, 3Ir. M atsy -T. Mameu, in the 87th year of-hernse. fi ller funeral will take place at 2." 1'arlc street on tills (Wednesday) morning at It o'clock. Seij vlcen bv Dm. Kellev and Summers. , Tho frienih of Tlifts. "W. and W. It. Evans anil .Tampa Y. "".lampr. nre Intltetl to attend the. 4 unci.... - W Xasuvillk, Dec. 31, 173. ltj i) i: at 1 1 or a XOJH.E r..iiT. After a longand severe linserlng, Mrs. Mil. SmvAti. one of the brightest Jewels that ever glittered in the diadem ot an earthly homeonei ot we pnresi siars inai ever gieauicu uiwi ura frontlet of our social sky; one of the sweetest flowers that ever bloomed in tho garden of ear liest associations, was taken from us. "Yes, 19A- HEi.L.v, thou art gone, and we bid thee a long and affectionate larewcll. Tlij sweet voice, thv merry, Tin'rin; linfalipil n,i irrli tnrcrM. lint nevl tide, under O16 coolsliade- beside tho soft flowijig river or lire, where tlio nowers never wiiner, where the stars never fade awav. and where the rainbow of etema) lo ve spans, the horizon of thu ,, redeemed, we wlh thee a happy and peaceful" rest mere, wnenj me wniers are sun ami iuc storms nevcr'lieat. KT.' CITY NOTICE'S. Flannck, largest :toek in Hogan Bros'. the city,-. dec28 St Atkinson & Alstcd, 27 N. Cherry street, offer great bargains- in Watches, Chains and fine Jewelrv. Thev will not be unilerr sold. dec21 Ur Boots aim Shoes. A fine assortment for the holidays just received, at low- prices at the Eagle Shoe $tore, 9 Union, between College and 3Iarket. sfs. .Tohn'Holalian. dec20 tf Elegant KooniS for Kent. "$prty rooms iif the St. Cloud Hotel for rent, in suites for families or single apartments; also' the, spacious dining hall and -kjtclrans. For terms applvMo Charles A;.Tjionipgontl stt Calhoun's, SLoxwcll House. Carter & Thompson: dcc28 lOt CumhcrliUid Coal at SSj'.OO a load, b Owens, Newell & Co., No. 14 Church street and 71 S. Cherry stivet. JOHN A. DALL, Salesman. dcc-1 till jan 20. Trunks, Valise, and Satchels at great ly reduced prices during the money panic, at "Win. llunstead's Trunk Store, 1 North College street v between Uiiionjindj Churclu streets, Soivauec Block. - ii6v23 tf A. C. Uecdi, 10 rublic. Sipiare,. is of fering a splendid :Iiiie" of -Elaimels, Bed Ticl-Sf Bleached Jllislins,' etc., very cheap. dcc2S eoillw 100 dozen Linen Handkerchiefs, 3Iar seilles Quilts and 10-4 Sheeting at greatly reduced prices at A. C? Beech's, lOTublic Square. . tlecSfcijeodlw Splcmlid line Plain Black-anEnjtiroid-ered Shawls cheaper tlianeireribeforc at A. C. Beech's, 10 Public Square: '' dec28codlw f Towels, NapkinHjfTablelncne and all other goods greatly below thciMal price3 at A. C. Beech's, 19 Publia Square7'v dec28codlw J f Stop and think of 'tlie specialties: Paints, Oife, Wndbw, "Glass,, Varnishes, Artists' Goods, Paper and Wax Flower Ma terials, Stencil Inks, Corks, Sash", Doors, Blinds.and Brushes-nofeat cost, Iput very low. Clm. H. Qauthier, 1G nC College street. "i J dec21 tf Orders takenrl snfor dnmlfland Coal at Sf J. Qowen corner of 7 nn.., " . thelI)nig-,Stori' Fillmore st. and Wiarf avehiie,?fo: 108. I dec20 2vr PAINT YOUR HO LKE THEIR PRESENT TO - DAY ArVOTIIKIl 'i WEEKS, OiNT HAND EUET of Claoice Bargaiaiii. $20,000 WOHTH or x:ress goods: TQ BK S(5l!r AT THE . ' 0DSAJD3B JPAXaAJEEES,. . ; tj Sateens, 35c. ' lasounl,.20e. " .Slcrinoea, 53c. Enipre, 43c. rnp Ie AJmas, 22fc. (Ineat.) Silk Valours, 75 e. 20O nieces Uliielc Alnnm .ifu. iSJT ' - a J" iwij u Pece umcK Silk 80c perynrdA 'OTu .-miliums ic per jrnrd.L S&JECI.IX.. IjdIeV jicriuo Vests, C5c. fit' 100 doz. Fleeced Hoac, 23c. pcrpolr 50 doz. "tlerino Hose, 1 3c per plJ juu uuzen xrencn corseOt (in biixeSpP iOc. encbr , ' TRADE PALAOB, nsqtillSnnth PabUf SHaP STATE OF THE WEATIIEK. Xeeal Xeport for tins City, Tuesday, i Dec. 30.1ST3, :. 1 Time. Ilar.iThr'l "Wind. "Weather. i-OOA-"st...p).Bli 22; Calm. 11,-21 a. it..;i..hn.iz -aaim Clear -Clear S3M V.it .130 CR m Calm OleaF j. f. m .jo.W m ralm 9:00 T. M..,.j30.5li4 29tCaIm. 10-21 y. M. ...5jT 2atCalm Clear - Clear Clear 1 (tegrapKitJitpoTl from Signal Service Cant IT. a. A., of vetcrvalion, ct 11-21 jE. J.V-1 r'-f--Bjf tks Pacific and Atlantic Line. Plata of Ohsfr- Tation. "3 5 C p r- T I 5 a s"r" 1 Weather. Cairo i. 3)SV, 2S'S K 1. 1 -tf . inn . . . ... nlCIear JOiClear; (Clnclanatl..... ..20.55 3 S .jjuucqae, tir,lrnlr f Leavenworth! , ioudyi lloudy,' Isati- : Louisville. Memnhk. Xashville S0.54 29 0 Xcw Orleans.... 30-ltJ, 44 K Umaha., 31.01, 5? S Pittsburg... Shreveport . St-Lonis.... St Panl. ... Vleksburc.. ... 30.49) lS ,.,30.4 T. .. M.41 31 S .. 20.W 20 K .. 30. 3S1S E Yankton, D. .. 2.tJH Ft.BcntOn,Xeb Ft. Gibson, Ark. 30.3C1 32.E SjFalij WAI:DEPAE-rM3iST.", ' Office Chief Sioxai. Officer," i Wasuisotox, Dec 30, 7-10-psjr! Probabilities. For the Northwest and upper lake region, less pressure and slight clianges iu the temperature will prevail, with southerly to easterly winds and' in creasing cl udiness. - i a . For New-England and the Middle States, fresh to brisk northerly to westerlr winds. , with clear and cold weather. j.l'ortiw lower lake region, andnhdnce southward to TeiiHcssee. slight!v ming temperature, with westerly to soritfierly . winds and partly cloudy weather. For South Atlantie Gnlf States east of the Mississippi river, northwesterly touortli easterly winds, with cleu weatherj follow ed by partly cloudy weather on thoiimnif diate coast, and rising temperatttre'on . the gulf: the temperature will rise ontlniddle Atlantic coast by to-morrow morning.. HIVEIiXIAYH. Daily Report rf Stage of U'ota, Kith Ouagex in the 24 Hour, ending 3 J?. AT. Dec 20, St3i, ABOVB LOW WATKK.' STATIOXS. eise. ft. in., ft. I InffiM in. Cairo .-. Cincinnati.... .Davenport-.... Keokuk Leavenworth.. -r XI Hi 1 r JLouIsville... . Memphis Xashville , Xew Orleans... Plttsbarg...... Shreveport-.... St. Txmis St- Paul 2 in ft 3 tSH 1 4 ! fit Vicksburg..... 351 3.1 t -Jt' tk- Ft . J Blank (..) indicates no report: olphe rtiOl'sta- tionan". minus r 1 tcniiencrts tan; pi luITtJten- dency to rise. A. C. FonD. 0' bscrver. AVe report the liver sUadily declining at this point, with 5 feet on Ihu'petlqShoals. , The Sam Boberts returned to tins,, port yesterday wkh.auotiier tow of salt; - . - lu consequence l the lulling condition ot'thc river, the A. P. Green departed last evening for the tipper Cumberland in place of tho John S. Bransfurd. Tlie I. N. rillips departed for the Shoals to bring up another tow of anl. 1 The Boliviu H. t'ookn is the Tegular packet for Padttcah, Cairo, etT this morn ing at 10 o'clock, iu command of Capt. W. E. Byers. ' The Ada Ileilman is due u-ilay; and is the regular jacket for Cairo, etc.,oil!niurs- day at 10 o'clock Capt. John Massengale commanding. ' STEAMBOATS. For Clarksvillc. Paducah, Cairo, St. Lonis, Memphis and New Orleans. Leaving Xashville everyMonday and Thursday, at 10 o'clock A. M- 4 ' TIIE lino Passen ger Steamer a-lk k. ada heii5iax. aSatw; Will potitivcly leave on Tii"ntSlAx7Jan. 1, at 10 a. it. For freight or passaje applyonboard or to C. II. AKTIIUB & CO.. Agents. Passengers and the traveling public can jely ongoing through without detention. Time la Paducah, 20 Injure. dec3tJ2t For Clarksvillc, Patiucali, Cairou LouL? Memphis and -New Orleaas. ; 1 1 U. new anu eiegant pas- si 1 senger steamer, T.OLIVAIt If. COOKE.! Captain W. E. Bver, win uepart as aoore on AVEDXESDAY, 3ist insfr, at W o'elock A. it. For freight or passage apply on board- or to H. If lT.lTM!ljrVr tni.r.t I(.rf"Jl O DENTISTRY. DEN-riSRT IX. It. FUEEMAXl i. t. v -1 Xo. 117 CH (opposite ?f ok etairee Office Hours, K A.M. to 1 P. 3I.,'nBa2 lo 0 I. 31. .4 atf26trsatgun&tue3 ' 111 Wffaf" "I la..,".... ..1 1 mj , Ji 'Z 1 IV & JTI 1 1 J 1 so.51 taw r 'old 30.3B 31 SE ' 4IttT f3 ; OtOttar; : LttCiear 4, Clear I 4 ClearVa-14lFalr-i ! 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