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THE JMEM l'HLS DM.tT:.it. tHlE?
Bair-xi Puwiinr HraTtts leave M. and .
depot as follows: Sot. 1 d leave at 8 p.m.!
Trains son as follow: Ko. 2 (expres daily)
learei at 11 :30 p.m. J No. 1 (express daily) arrives
at 8:20 .m.t No. 8 tniail daily) leave i ;
a.m.1 No. o (Newborn aooommodation daily,
xeept Sunday) at 4 p.m. 'No. 7 amTwal 2:U.
p.m. iNo.e (.Newborn aooommodatioa daily
"Seter; Wall Boefc-Traia. -ore
as foMoa- central standard timers No. 1 leave
daily at 6:0) o.m.i rnveat 11:40 p.m No. J
leavel al4:t0a.n s arrives a 41a.m. j Wo. 5
(trViu.eaJei T H..pBeld daily, -aoept bandar,
at 5: Oe.n.: arrives etf -,41 p.m.
ciii5Hle .v.llle Train, .nor as
fol;o"; Faitxail arrives daily at 4:30 a.m.
lea res t 11 4' P.m! 'B "' il :lS
a.m. I ewaviik. tonmodiop leaves daily,
exeeM&anday. a4:,'0 p.m.j mail arrives daily
.,4 ,. Erown.ivll' veeo-imodatii)i. rrrivos
dai y. except Sondar. at a.m. (standard
'"leaaphlx and cttarlemta. Tral.i more
as follows: lhrouKO express leav.is dclly at
TttlO p.m. Mail and express leaves dai.y at :15
a a Soiuervilie aconraodation leaves daily,
ex l Sunday, at 4:4- p.m. rhrouifh express
a-lvee daily at 11:4 a.m. Mai' and ejpres
arrive daily at 9:46 p.m. Somerville ..ceoinmo-
d. !i in arrive daily, eept fcnnday. at " ia.B.
Jf iaaiaeippl ! T-nocwaoc Traim move
aa follow.: New Orleans a I teaves daily ai6:6
ex.; tardi accommodation leaves Mly. ex
cept fcsmday, at 4:30p.m.: freieht trains leave
daily, except Sunday, at 9 .45 a.m. New Orleans
mail arrive daily at 9:80 a.m. : Sardis aooom
modation arrive daily, exoept Sandav. at 9:00
a-m. : '"reiaht train arrive daily, exoept Sunday,
et4rCOn.ni r . ,
- ttM City, Rprtnatield nnd Memplila.
Pees(r train leave- H. and T. depot at 9 -40
e. m.; arrWer tt ram. dally. Thronen freight
leaves Wast MxaaM.at 10 s45 a. m.; arrives at
8ii5 p.m. Local rei-tbt d;seontinued. Freight
eeri tiofrit oi-, No. IT adiin street.
The fata, rapidity with which slight
Colds anil ougtis frequently develop
into tha gravest maladies of the throat
an J lur.jrs is a eoiixlderution which should
iniiwl evcrv prudent vcrson to keep at
hand, as a liouhold rcinctlv, n botllo of
AVEH'S CIIERRY PECTOtlAL.
Xcrtliinx else gives such immediate relief
and works so sure a cure in nil ailevtions
of this class. That eminent physician.
Frof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine ilcdical
School, Brunswick, ile says :
"Uedlcal erlcnc has produced no otlicr aao.
dvno expectorant eo good ae Ateb's Ckbiibt
rtcTORjii- III Invaluable for diseases of the
tliroat and long.
Tb same opinion l expressed by the
well-known Dr. L.J. Addison, of Chicago,
11L, who says:
"I have never found. In thirty-five year of
oontinuon ntudy and practice of medlclue, any
preparation uf so (treat valaeaa A ysr1 CnsBRT
Fictobai, f'r treatment of discasee of tlie
t!iroat and luutrs. It not oly brenks up cotde
and curve eevere cooirba, but is more cnectivn
tban anything elee hi relievins; even the mot
ecriou. brpnclilai and pulmonary affucUou.H
I not a ocw claimant for popular confi
dence, but a nicdicino which is lo-dsiy
paving the lives of liie third Reneratioii
who navo come into beiug since it was
5it offered to the publie.
There is not a household In wlilcn this
Invaluable remedy has once, been In
troduced where its uso has ever been
abandoned, iinil there Is not a person
who has ever given It a proper trial
for any tliroat or lun disease sttpcep
tib'e of cure, who has not been mado
well bv If.
AY tIP3 CHERRY PECTORAL nas,
in liumberleKi intunces, cured obstinate
cases of chronic Uronchitls, Larnycitis,
end even nrute Pneumonia, anu has
saved many ))atients In the earlier 6tajfcs
of 1'uluiona.ry Consumption. It is a
I'Hxlleiue that only rsiuires to be taken iu
nall doses, ii pleasant to the taste, nnd is
Healed in every house where there am
-hlTrtin, ne tlicrw l nothin'T so Rood as
AY LBS C'lILHUY PECTOKAL for treat
ment of CP'!P and Whooplug Cough.
T1ho sre all Jilaitl fact, whieh can bo
TerilM bv nuybotj;'. nnd should 1ms re
jneuihtred by c'vewly.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., LowU, Mass.
Sold bf a" dl-ugidl.
Trust Kale. .
AS Trustee, by virtue of a deed of tra.t mad
to me by th Vail y liuildinir and llruk
Company, on the loth dny of November, 18H4, rt
theaoutawert eornnf Main aod ita'ti on streets,
Taxina-liitrii-t nfKhe'by county, Tenn., 1 will
sell to the hixhcjt biddor. for ca.h, without th
auity of redaniption. I he fnllowinT properly,
namely: Ail the improvements, bnildium, struo
turea, tool- and roaclil ery, the latter eoesictinsr
uf a twenty horse power o-sin aod bidlor, two
trip hammer brick inDinc cenip'et, rol'er
oroihers, thuftins, pulley and beltiag, together
with all tbe other to..ls, ma.-hinery, applanro
and appurtenance c.f said company ured and
io ployed by it in earryinx on tho pr)cea or
inakinr and srllinK brick and cnductinx it
business. toeikerrith the lnterst ol the onra
any in the lut on tii it side of t-ewnd street,
Xaxinc-Distrtct, contaioini lfat and fourteen
one hundredths acref , wiib ali luiprovemonts on
ik same or in any manner aupertslawc.t'i ' said
pla.nt and butinrss, and the samo owipieu and
ned by Skid eotnpeny In connec Ion w.th lu sold
businos. Th 'sle ui be made to satisfy the cer
tain debt mentioned iu the said deed of trnst,
and uion whi( h the maker of the deed hns made
default, o a to authorise by )ne a. Trustee.
October 2,'i. lMil. T J. MeOO AN. Trasle.
SO-t BlUu Strve. Kpcthl, Teaa:
ATTJLL stock of Wooden an A Uiialllo Case
and C'A.liets, Burial UoVf, etc., always on
tiMid. Orders by lelecfauh or iulepbon rvauU
Ir atumdd ta.
l-era-M. by jr. W. 4:t.l k .:.,
S7I and 41 Mala t.. HtfiDhla. Tew.
Notice to Contractors.
BALETj PROPOSALS will be reneiaed by the
1 Bard of buoervisors f Sunflower count ,
! . a kuiirf a Jail at rmliaaola. aooJirdins-to
ians and slteeinetions on me in me uuioe ut loo
Chancery Clerk. The hoard rrrve toe riuht to
rejeot any or all bit. Plain subject to modi fi na
tion. Bids to be opened on the 10th day of Ii
vember. 1S4. . J. Y. WALTON.
JClerV Board buparvuora.
Indlannla, Octnher 1 inf.
A Jaeral Asent for this
State eo our forthoominf
UStKAT WUKU b
Oiocoa C. Nkkbham. entitled
ttU rill ha a vara aad unique work, thrillinc I
iterea.'. soarkllnir and pithetio In conception.
earlvn Ilunds-Ml Il ulrallo.: ehiob
nitkllb V.r and TbrttJ IU Mirl,
Will . b'ant- Mothin like It. To the
.1.1.. k. r-ma Altal. this oaers the b
-f nMlrf.,rlii..lnss. AddMKsal nnce.
a . A.a'.Mj - a V - m
37 Court Flacs, LOUISVILLE, Kf.,
A wytferto wM-4 to lifaUv sJflr4 pkjilcimm ud Ihfl
HMl twfui, aU ItntttoA will IMtis..
bW J CVI( Af
M $Lm iwiatt mt Uktt m yotth, ni.4 0tMum ) (
MS twaat, ttar sMi . matt tiltrg tOttla t Ul (nr.
Imelug iVtt )irvpaM4, tvtntnal EAiuti ('rvv eni
tiy tfiv, Dmui-uei' (atjjlil, tl(ri4w miry, Y-J
kknJ Vvmy,tim)APtn Allium 1 bolly f il!s
Co4.Iu.hmj vf tX-u, Lo f hMt Por, 4U).. rn4rritg
triai Imp! r (iiihip.y, urn Hfil mini pit at
ir curw4. SYPHJCIS pMtnd --
rmr rrdrAi (rota Dm atua. QonOrrbo
11.4, -fcr MlrftU itlMfM HuWkljr rartd.
tt M lMrilmi tttftt fhvKut mUtt t.yt psH-ll Mtit
Rfat eJsHWiT t'itaM of dllM M. AU't tr.H lh.'UOS Un
GrVtMTw fityMcwnt awiwrn; uis t4u
Trfri n -li mi ton t mf ami. Wmim Ul ItKt'mVanj.il to
trlelt 1U city W lrMlMttt, BMlUirM fM t -! gtiimmlf
m4 wfajy mj mm r upn" UkywUM.
CnrM GuaxaKtMd In all Cm
u drtJi. u
ul avMMHy mv tf itutr, rr an iair.
,mbU sm1 tmnmmmmmimmv MtUtty t"flUUl.
CM M MM. taVtk to PT 4sirM. t(M fWT Ml4, tor trllflf
ttmmn hmm f 4. t 1 1. M. bUr-. 9 t. 4 . M.
Ke.STrT. R. Chaneery Court of Phe'.hy eflwety
J. U. Malone, admtnUtrtnr, etn.. of Jubd v.
I'iaar, dd. v. W. A. Juhnnon et al.
B5T virtu mi u Interlocutory deoree tor (aleen
tred in tn above cause on th 2ltt day of
.lwly, 1M4, M. B. t r I will sell, at public
gLvMium, U th bichoM. tiduer, in front of th
SJierk aat Miuter' onto, apurthoute of Shelby
oounty, MemiJiis, Tno , oa
klrdf, 5rynibwr IS, !,
within local hour, the following d scribed prop
arty, si mated ill ehelby nuty. Tenn., to-wit:
Lot on, three, (our. v aad ii, lyine iu
ran. Motion 2, of th EU'enth ttrveyr' Ti
UicU west of Ui rlnUimon hosell triH and be
tween the Plreon lloos t toad ard th .Vnitlis
nd OharltKoa railroad. ner QUI S bUt nn, the
aid 11 Imviu bin lnid IT 24. 1872, in
cause ef Kamuaa' s. bowl. No. 20 R. 1. ot
tne beeond C!ioo-rr Court ol Shelby county.
Lets lour, tve aad 1 eaeh front 3.3ft chain on
said railroad nod rua hae4i hetwren parallel lines
JO chain, each lot eontaiuiit 3. acre. Lot
e and three trout 4.11S chain on th
2lyeon Kooatroad, No. 3 ruouin to.cit helween
uarallel line to lot No. 4. ouutainT t.lni acrrs,
'TS 1 ruu bnei between iaralloI line to lot
t; . and onntnins 5.18 acre.
Term Bale On a credit of seven (7) months,
iuruba-Y ii execute note with accur ty; lien re
tained a iMh'int'tioa 'arred. T' iVr-tober U,
I R. J. HI.Al'k. Tru.lie
ZTV 't?Sc-i ,j;.ll.i.wi.l
m at. fobn Ml- '
ItltMtfS Jt-dcll I
p.-, Mvlu, m
h.lll. l. -'it a
&it4 Ly 1pbK(UU tw ir-rv
THAT a meetlna of th t)cVhu!dr i' th
Ltataivllle, New rlrna ana
tallway C'iiiany will b fald at the othc ot
aid eempany, in the city of Minphin, la tne
M.us Iniuto.e, on the 10th tty uf fovuil.er,
!-., at 11 ii'uiKk in ihe forancou, at wbicii meet
in ti. u ol 6it iu:-rUa bir.ds at.d of li.-
;k e banosot 6ia c.ujpany ana too exeati'tn
aiivfyof moririt to secure thi pavmeut
ttrof, will ti) iuinittrd lot siwiHir.ia-irs 01
a:it .-npN.r t- ti.f.co4.'.;!i tail ai-wo-
iaayiAlllS, 4,1., !.i. 'Cf 1, i1.
t- i. WlLuaX, Pranldftui.
.. H. Si-i!.u&i,B6'ifr, .
OS W1?.4" W,V J i.lr.lnrablc:)
2 rvrj-' itihxisi .i-.iwjs4
. lttt3rT4bsl ivl.J
J i -t . J. 11 vimm
i The week's events of a political nature
have almost wholly absorbed public at
tention, yet the, daily routine at the banks
show an increase in business, as indicated
in the Clearinghouse reports. Money is a
shade easier, and the pressing demand has
been fairly met. The Clearinghouse state
ments appended indicate the business of
the week as compared with previous years :
Last Week Week Previous
.. M (K)7 M
.... 373.078 :
. 2)1 ,913 m
li74 1 !2 44
1 1 9 .(!" (B
Totals for tha
Same week 1SS&
Bam week lri
The week has developed additional de
clines in staples breadst'uffa and pro
visions being in the lead. The increase in
bulk of business has been satisfactory,
and stocks ample for all prospective de
mands. Tho produce market is quiet,
everything abundant for the domand
eggs being very abundant, and not yet ad
vanced to Christmas values.
The cotton market began the week with
a quiet tone, and quotations shaded to ef
fect sales. Toward the latter part of the
week, under the influence of a better con
dition at both Liverpool and New York,
the tone becains steadier and full prices
were realized in all Biles, closing with an
upward tendency. Receipts of the week
have been heavy, with a good list of sales
reported, the bulk of which went to ex
porters Summarizing the weed's busi
ness the local mar et opened quiet, mid
dling quoted at 9 5c, the price ruling at
the close of the previous week, from
which 1 10; advance was made, and the
market clofied quiet at 9 7-1 6c, as the fol
lowing comparative tables indicate:
Sor. 7th Oct. 31at
Ordinary . iv om.
Uood Unlmary .... ft'i
Uood Middling . 974
Middling fair 914
Fair.... Xom. from.
Receipts at Memphis during the official
week agijreicated 27,403 bales, against 29,501,
bales the previous week, 30,02 bales the
corresponding week last season, and 31, Kill
in 1832. The total receipts since SoDtemb-r
1, 18454, were 112,247 bales, against 13 : ,470
bales at the corresponding period laut'
season, a decrease ot l'J,223 bales. At the
same time in 1882 the receipts were 3(1,5$)
. Shipments during the official week ag
gregated 18,300 bales, against 19 618 bales
tne previous week, 18.743 bales the corre
sponding week last season, and 14.U02 bales
in 1882. The total shipments since Sep
tember 1st were 0 ,7o4 bales, against 77,563
bales in 1883. and 57,703 bales in 1882.
The totai stock on hand was 51 823 bales,,
agniiiRtti2,ISl bales at this time last year ;
in 1882, 00,9(10 bales.
Sales in Memphis during1 the official
week aggregated 15,200 bales, of which ex
porters took 9250 bales, spinners 590
bales, against a total of l'.,:!30 bates
last week, of which 13,451 bales were to
exporters', 5S0O bales to spinners. Total
sales since Soptember 1, 1881, to close
of this week, 70.900 bales, of which 49,500
bales wete to exporters and 21,400 bales
to spinners and speculators, ilidliinjt,
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF RK(TFjjpT3.
WEEK SXDIM1 atscs nirfim-
K1IV. 7, 1&4. BI 1st.
. ThU Lo.t This Lat
Year Yeer Year Year
Mem. Char. BR fl.201 l.l.OJU Si.7S5
Mia. Tonn. KK !!.ti:fi 3.406 9,!iHS M,47
l..Ji. . S.KR 2,191 3,loo 10.S-J4 H.9i.
Mem.Jc l.it.ltkhl; 5.818 5.V49 Z. VM HJUDt
C.,11. AS W. .K 1 IC$4 1,"97 0, 43 613
1 ., N. O. A T. KB Si 4 .... l.rii 9
K. 0.,S. AM.UH l.Vti 2ti 6,3-3 37
Mis s'inpi River 4.(17 4.870 20,810 9,Ml
White Uivr . it 1.2-U 4,7IH . 5,431
ht. t'ram-K diver 277 39) 9iil 1,231
Arkantts Kiv (to-
t.il rivers. 6.ll . 437 50 61 2.207
V'ain aud oilier
- souroes 4,ft"i0 3,353 14.M0 1,930
Total.- 27,40-TI .T.yjP2 1-2,217 J3J,4:o
"VsRicLY BTATKMBST OP SljrPMHVTH. .
WI (!TD1SU S1KC SSPTKM-
iv. 7, l-4. lata 1st.
- Ibis Lot This 'Last
Yeaij Year Veal' Year
Mem. ft Char. Bit 3,045 4.4)2 10.87 15..V.1
Miss. Jt Tenn. KK 2.792 4.9W 10,9,0 19.173
L. A N. O. A, KB 2.111 3.021 11,401 17.314
CO. k 8. W'.RR b.lto 1,511 17.0S8 9,270
O.il' Kli 312 1,01
btaaniors north...! 2.'i:rt -4,9151 .- I
ateauier south....! 1.871 2,21 8,1 1U.097
Tote! i 13.300 J1.743 tft.lti I Tl.tM
- coursk or tuk MBMrais UABKarr.
The following shows the course of tiie
Memphis market and the prices of mid
dling cotton from the opening of the sea
son as compared with the same time Uiat
year: . '
I an ,1 an .
Ssnt.. 6 277
r4i l.lOl! 4,874
l.feli 4r ,5k
'.'.r7'i 03i 4 W.
3-35! 10?4 9
Sept 121 ' 2K
Ucl..i "J 4, ISO,
1 J16 UV1P
5.01 4.5" .W
9.4 1 1 901 ( 9,577
o. ioi s.te
14,6 : S.SSf
22,10. 9.260. ?:,712llti, 0
5,&i2: siis, i ,v.-fio,2i;:i
.!) ,092 la.BUQl M.8 bll5,2iV 9-il H'4
The moV?tti?nt of the crop at ivreuty
six Interior towns rip to Friiiay, November
7th, was as iolL'fs: Receipts, 147,220 bales,
againrt VM.Zsb little, lt ve.tt-desrea8e,!lti5
bales; and a?!inRt 174,t v6jsinlS3
lecreaae, i'ij.feyl bale?, eflilpments, i4,25;'
bales, against US 70 bales luai y6Ar in
creane 8413 bales, and azaJnst 137,.')'.3 bales
in 1.8K2 decreaiw, 1:271 ImIml Um, 174
UOti bales, against 31,264 bales last year
dei rfaso, IM.25S ba!es;and against 2 11,740
Uals iu 1882 decrease. :l i,744 bales.
The plantation movement for the week
endiii( i'riitay, Novmber 7th, was as fol
lows, as computM 3 ith tbe three previous
This week. 1S..., . 7"i,303
Thi weei. w in.iio
f hi week, 18 ..,.'.... HSM9
ThU week, ltfill .. 265,341
The total visiblo supply November 7th
was 2,194,672 balus, airainst 2.437.084 bales
th Rituje time in 1883, 2.175,71 1 bales in
1882, and i,2JJ87 in 1881. The above
flKures inilioaUs a dearest? iu the cotton in
eight of 243,712 bales as couip;uJ j: ih the
tame tlat rf 188'1, an increase of l-Vbl
bales as cotopareri n-j'.h 1882, and a de
crease of 128,515 with lsni.
Liretuool 'soots beaan the wik at
11-loJ, and closed at 65 11-lCd
Liverpool futures betran the week at 5 3 J
64d buyers (or November deliveries, aad
closed with oyeis&er quoted at 5 31-64d
New York spots began " the week at
Jl"! for rxiiildling, the closing pricfi of the
previous week. Advances of i-lt.: were
inn'le, and tha week closed at 9 15-lCe, as
indicated hi the U!hu below :
fh-dlnpry J.: T 11-10
Good 0rdiDry.......,..,.... A 1C-I6
10 1 W
LD Ml l.lliO.... V V 10
New" Voric Jwtiires cloned tho week with
November declined I point and near
uiOhtiis 1 to 2 points, and etbsr months
advaiicf i 1 to H poiatfl, the quoUtluns at
the close Friday eeniiif( being as follows:
Autf UMl t.
.... 10.33 ;
...10.47 .I0 4M
10 !)U.t;0 .62
.. 0.!)7(" 10.W
10 59.410 00
10 72 10.71
..v 9 90
it (.s o o;i
Naur Orieana soots bcican tbe it
it .Mt, above tlie prim riilina at the
dotut of the previous wit'k, from which
declines of l-iij were made, but recov
ered, and the woJ; closed with middling
quoted al y 1-1 yo, S lnditi by tha lol
lowing comparative list:
Ordinary 8 1-M
ood iirdtu:y.. ..0 1-10
Low Kiddliug -.!.
Midilliuf ....wb.H.HK M 9 0-10
Uood Mlddiiua .... i 13-10
fX t. aim
Jiew Orleans futures claej the week
with November declined 2 points, near
inont Ls I uoiut aud other months advanced
1 to 8 rxxn s. indicated in the following
tables 01 quouilUMMt
10 64 10.tki
.72 4 S.73
9 .k 9 SI
. .5l' 9.52
. b.o i 9,50
.IB 9 54
. The financial market is quite active, and
money in st'lT demand, previous quota
tions ruling in all transactions:
Cotton saiin liet:er spirits yesterday,
advances on i) uoU;ioju eing realized, lie
coipts since .Saturday show a lrja list, as
does the re?ort from all home porta. len
der the in lluence of better tone and ai
vance at Liverpool and New York, the
loeal ElBrket closed fi' j, held higher at the
cloae, with mliling quoted at OJc, and
sales of 3000 bales, of whieh 400 were to ex
)c.'teru. lleceipts were 7889 bales, of
which 2S)l y ere by river and 600 by wagon
and otherwise, tu remainder by rail.
tuiDtuouta, 4576 bales. Btk,i, 5fi,:01
bales. 2few York spots closed firm, with
middling qnotl at 10c; iuturea closed
firm, with November twi at I0.13
10.1;, and other tuontha advanced If to
points. Kv Orleans spots closed firm,
with middling qtoiJ at 0 1 1-1 (c; futures
tietdf, November quoted st? 64(77,0 65,
and cUtta months 7 to 8 points highr.
Liverpool poa eioed active, prices bard
gslnz, quoted at 6 9 ladG-SJc ; futures
cloalDj: julfit; yovembur quc!;i t i?
id jfclisrs. XnUl sl.x.k
oraber, Ota, -J.OCJl, -n.t 49v
fWl Kaliu, anmk 4 : m n l.rf wt., nl . t
I . ,, . . , ,o-o. v t I
: at all porta yesterday, 48,(2 bales.
I In general trade there was a lively ac-
tivity yesterday, and dealers in all depart
ments of trade were in good humor and
hopeful of satisfactory results during the
remainder of the business season. Re
ceipts and shipments yesterday were as
Ninety-five brls apples, 575 rls baling,
16 tea Dacon and hams, 17 brls beans
and peas, 69 pkgs butter, 3t pkgs boots
and shoos, 30(53 bu corn, 12 cars cotton
seed, 8032 eks cotton-seed, 201 pkgs
cheese, 30 sks coffee, 75 hd cattle, II) pkfra
dry (foods, 2- pkgs epgs, 944 brls flour,
llil hd hogs, 104 bales hay, 1 car bay, 675
pkgs lard, "i cars lumber, til pkgs liquors,
8ti brls molasses, 250 kgs nails,l car oats.115
brls potatoes, 1 car bulk pork, 30 hrls
packed pork, 51 brls sugar, 24 hd sheep
and 152 pkgs tobacco.
Eighty-two brls apnles, 078 rls bagging,
100 tea bacon and hams, 07 sks bran, 28
brls beans sod pess, 79 pkgs butter, 106
Ckgs boots and shoes, 340 bu corn, 550
rls cotton-Reed oil, 2800 sks cotton-seed
oil meal, 310 pkes cheese, 200 sks coffee,
20 hd cattle, 128 pkgs div (foods, 25 pkgs
egg, 827 brls flour, 214 tales bay, 27 hd
horses aud mulen, 1210 bdls iron ties, 206
pkgs lard, 4 cars lumber, 123 pkgs liquors,
208 brls meal, 27 brls molassep, 227 kgs
nails, 203 bu oats, 82 brls onions, 127 brls
potatoes, 5 cars bulk pork, 28 brls packed
pork, 2 hhds sugar, 242 brls sugar, 278
pkgs tobacco and 04 bu wheat
Money 8 per cent, on satisfactory col
lateral to regular customers. The following
table shows the clearances and balances.the
ratns of exchange and prices of local stocks
and bonds at the close of yesterday's busi
November 10th $ 30'. 101 92 f MM; 03
Bme day last week... b2S,5n7 52 :is.2y2 69
gma week 18S3 - 251.529 33.311 19
Same woek 1J . 272.147 U 33
Wew York .. M diaH prom
.is tnmna H2Qt.H.HM....MMH.H.-;t uisa
14 disi0 par
BMik of Commoioe
M an ha ttaa . ,, , t,.
Stato ISational MMH.
Union and iUautera ...........
Uercantiie ............ ......
Plaute rs " T "L"ZZZ'-..
Mam phis City,,,,,, ,
,: 7iJ 82
. 2I.'I 25
. SO bid
Memphis City 101
Memphis Ic Charleston. ad murt . 7 (1836)100
Meinphij 3c Cbariefl'on consols'. ....1Q0'
Memphis k Little Rook, 1st mort. 8 100
Misissiipi & Tennessee consols AMmM.12:)
Mississippi Jt Tennoseee eousoii 1H.H..H1(,4
East Tons.. Va. ft Ga. consul 5
RA n.w A y RTnnva.
, 40 4 45
, 283 -,
Memphis and Chi-!eion........
llisaissippi and Tennessee ....
Loaisrille and Nathville.
Mobil and Ohio !.
Taxinr-Dietrlet compromise bond 67
Mem. Storage Comp. Co , VI
Memphis Gas Company itoak.. 85
Memphis tics Company bonds .-JOJ
Mem. Wat. Co. bonds, accrued :ut'jt.
Nwaiphl Wator Company mtn 50
Memphis City bonds, o'.d. 35
Memphis City eomprowis bond M 70
Memphis City coupons from old bonds 35
Mempiii City con. from codip. bondiu. fti
Memphis City leicer balances.....-.
MemphU' O.ty judta'ts on oou. Abond 55
Meoohis City nvins indohtddnes 35
Shelby eoanty (Mom. Si Ohio R. R.) 99103
Bisiby county (Al.iO. H.H.) lon.102!101
Shnlby county warranti.............. 95 (SI !M
Mississippi Levee scrip.m..M.....,HHn. 10
Pioneer Cotton Milis 85 9 90
Oot. Ex. bail, bonds, ao. int. added- par (tt
New YonK, Novembar 10 Money easy ;
lOtjli pr cent; closed offered at" 1 per
cent. Prime mere tn tile p.iper, 5G per
cent. Sterling excharga bankers' bi'h,
weak, 47'J.l ; fcterlin.T exchange demand,
Bonds Governments steady. Railways
arm. Mate eecuntics quiet.
Stocks Tha stock market op mod fever
ish a id weak, and in the first ten minute
of buaiuess declined i to J per cent, ex
cept for LmisvWle and N.is'ivillo, hich
dropped 1 j, to 22, on announcement that
the company's depot at Louisville hid
been buruod, and on the report that suit
bad been br night by a brokers' firm far
the payment of a stock note. North wee It
em and Rock Island were pressed for salo,
and tbe former declined I, to 83, atid the
latter 1, to l'.J. The weakness in North
western was dae to reports that the Van
derbilts were selling. After the first rail
there was a rally, and later on this im
provement was last. In the afternoon tbe
market wao feverish until pear 2 o'clock
p in., when business became morn active
and prices advaao'd sharply. The an?
nouncement that Erie bad reduced the
passenger rate to Chicago to $10 50 did
not check tho upward movement. The
rise from the lowest point of tho day
ranged from 1 to 1 j per cent. Union l'a
citio moved up 1,, to 49; Ht. Paul, 3. to
741 ; Lackawanna i, to 1021, Lake fchore
H to 051; Saw York Central, l,to85J;
Pacirio Jiail , to 4dJ, and Western Union
I, to 57J. Al the close Union Pacific re
acted to 4&h, but the remainder of the list
closed firm. Compared with Saturday's
Closing prices are J to J per cent lower for
Central Pacific;, Northwestern, Delaw rs
and Hudson, Western Union, Louisville
and Nashvil'e and Omaha, aud 1 to 11
per cent, higher for Cu.di Sypthern,
Chicago, Burlington and Qoincy, Lacka
wanna, Lake bbore, J. Qion Facific, Kansas
and Tvx, Jersey Cor.trjl, Wew wr'
Central, Kno, Northern Pacific preferred,
Pacific Wail, Tex. a Pacific and Union
Pacific. Xraatiac.ions avKregated 235.0J)
sharps, ss follows: 20,000 Lackawanna,
21,000 Lake wiiore, 1 1.000 Louisville and
rvaenviue, o.'-uu jioriuH-.ij.jrn, u,w u
Sew York Central, 32,(r00 St. Paul, 3V,0J0
V aion Pacific and 35,000 Western Uuiun'.
Ciosinjj tj'iotatjaiij -re as f dlows:
V. 8. fc.'lOW-i. 4s,
li of 18$, 126,
0. P. firsts, 1'.9.
T. P. Lmd'rrants,
Krie aoouds, 50.
Litrstai Wilkes., CO.
Loiuiiana consols, 71.
rtio u. div.,
IT. P. land eiants, 6.
Missouri 0s. 3.y
II. r". sin, lui
St. Jnacr h. ll
Ht.P. JtS.C. 6rst. Jijt
Va. een., e-m. .. 37
Va. o(mvU Ufd., 5H
xoau. m, oiu,
t a. .
Adams Kxprcsa, 1 M Mobile & Ohio, (.
A'leaheny Central, 3!. Morrif & Kneel. 122
Alton A Torre Ii., 13.
A. 4 T. li pi.l, 75.
AmertetHi l'JTi 12)4
B. .0., U.. A X.. is,
Canada Pacific, 43.
Canada Southern, 30.
C. -ntrtU Pnei-i. 34.
Nih. AChat.. 35
H.J. Contret, 4i;.
Jl. A W. pfd.id.
J"..riaera Paiao, 177-1
HoftM'u Pi;.i -fd. 42V.
' Northwssiern, hM,1.
Northwostern rfd it.1
K. V. Ceatru-1, 84J,
Oh'o Cv-atral, 'At
CJiio jt Biisii. 10
Olio A 3a,ss. pll. 45
Ontario A r?esttra
Oivgon Kavtuatios, )'JVt.
Orejon Trans.. 12 .
Oevo?! Imp., 15 -FsctieMavlK.
I'ansni.. ti. '
P..l. A E., 63-.
relioiin Pl. C'cr, 8 '-4.
Sock Island. OVj.
Bt. L. S. P.. 20.
St. L.4 P. F. pfd, 33.
St. L.AS.P-lstpid, el.
Kt. Paul, V4'.,
Pit I pld, 101.
tt. Psu Sf Qiu.iha. '.'.,.
t. Vu A (I. n M p.,,.
IM f tcifio. f'.. "
platOO J iiiio, ft!
U.1-. ttiliftf?, -.) '
W., St. L. A P..4'
W.. et. IUP prf. il
Wells A 1'arso's Kt.JCV
tVestorn Unioi, 57' i
Iron Hiiver. Ho
n.cK8iIver t fd. So,
tSiuthoro Pacido, .
C&cAiecke A Ohio, 5:
C, AO. li". p!d.;i
a U. Za ila, vf'j
i:hicio4 Alton. 120
t J. AA.Pld. H4.
;., B. A fi., ir,!-4.
O .gt. L. AN.O., S2
fc... Ht. L. A P.,Ji.
0., Bt. L. i P. !,
O.,fino. A C, ii.
o. a. so.
Del. A Lack., 'i
Denver A Rio .. 8'i
Brie pfd, 25'.
bait I ecnemcs, 3T j.
Vert W ares, .. .
ll. A St. J. pld,
" Joaatoo A 'fcxaa, 35 .
Illinois Central, 1.1 V
I..B. k W.,13.
Kansas ATeidS, 11'
Lake Krio A Wejit.. 11.
ike bhore, txvH.
Louisv. A tijhv.ji' j
L .N. A. Chi., to.
Mar. A Cin. lit pld, 10.
tat.ACio.2d i l l, 6.
Mich: t ... Jl'-i.
Miun.A t. t : ptd L
Missouri PaciAo. 9i.
Asked. tNo sale.
Boktov, November 10. The Pusl s.tvs: '
The following tab'c, comjiiled from rpecial
dispalchtw to tho 1'ott from the luanayrrs
of leading clearinghouses of the Unitt'd
rHaws, gives clearances far tho week
ended Novc,-iber 8th, together with per
centage of increafe and decrense ns com
pared wiih the corresponding week ol
New York, f 176,71001: decrease. 2-1.4.
Cotton, S0tt.k.tlK: decrense, 4.3.
VUilutK'lphi'l- tI OIt.9i,7; ducrease, 11.2.
Vhicago, i2.7el.7H3: docionFe, 1.3.
St. Louis, S:5,237,7H! : decrease 17.3.
Sn Francisco, 10,215,2N!; decrease, 23.8.
Baltimore. fl3, 725.2.VJ: increase, n .tt.
Cincinnati. S l'."-0 i; decrease, M.4.
Pittsburg, M.712,5'.K): decrease. 22 6.
Providence t3,S23,", O; decroaee, 24 1.
nast'ily, J1,77,'.M5: morcme; 31.0.
ilwauaLC. S-t.Oli.Otii: deoreae. 2.7.
louisville. a'.i., .i42 decrease. 21 .9.
Detroit, f2, 6 4.iViii: ducree. IS 3
Cleveland, (2,244 &': dccrcHc, 21. ,
Coluinbui. S .475.115; increiiso. 26.0.
l'rtfrd, InI; decrease, 17.0.
Indiana 'is, t!.:'3 OiS: dc-inse, 23.2.
Sit'iiapftlM, 1 t;cl (ll.i lTK-rfna. .
New tint on. ij.Oii 5i-: d.roa.'e, 1".7.
VnrtluiHl. ll.0v).!sV; iiicreae, 4.1.
Peoria, 11 J,o'.i: dcureae, ji.9.
IVorocster, t71 .vvi deorca'e. 1.7,
HprinKfield. f-SSj.Ho; dccreu.e. 6.1-.
Syraruae. 5s7 041: increase, 9.1.
Lowell. $4ril.(H6; decrease, 24.6.
ToUl, STly.tkj7.7ixt i dt.-re.im, 10 5.
- Outside Mew York. $242,347,766; decrease, 10. S.
Nkw UrlsaK3, November 10. Siiht ex
chdngo on New York, $1 per $1000 pre
mium. Sterling exchange bankers' bills
London, November 10. Consols, 10O3
10; consols account, 101 7-10; Erie. 13 ;
Erie seconds, 51 J ; New York Central, 87 ;
Illinois CVntral, 174; Pennsylvania tVtitral.
52:; Heading, 11; Canada Pacific, 45;
S- jVaul, 7u-
Paus, Noyeruber 10 Kntee, 78f, 25c.
THK COriON H lUtCIiTS.
The local srmrket opened and closerl Arm
flrtjs, held higher, with quotations un
changed and sals of o'HJ bales, including
HOC bales the previous evening JlW
bales to exporters and 1500 t j spianers.
Quotations at the close were:
t- A uTJJi: f
t,?i;iu.,P' - S.'
fair ,. Nets,
. o . t MaurHia. November 10. 1 So.
Stock Bentamher 1, las . ; 5,5 6
i!lVtd irf t-inmly"" , , ""''h7
Hipped ta-day - w
j flats oiBumpdVw'e
j juk.r.us.a- Ukuati-
Tha far thi wee.... ....
?us fr lat week...-
Sinoe beptember 1st.
mwiA Ph.,lMliiit Railroad
Xli..;.lnni nl T,nniMIIAe Railroad
Louisville and Nashville k ii. 6. Railroad
Memphis and Little Rook Railroad.... .
Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W. Railroad . .
Louisville, New Orleans and T- Railroad...
Kansas City, Springfield and M. Hauroad
Wacoai and other soaro..
Thn far this wees: .
Thus far last week..
Since September Ut-
Memphis and Charle-ton Railroad..
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad......
L and N. G. 8. Railroad
Chesapeake. Ohio and 8. W. Railroad..
Total ; . 4,576
Nflw York spots oooned quiet and firm ;
at 12, firmer at 2, firm, cloning firm, with
quotations l-10c higher, and sales of 220
bales. Closing quotations were :
Keiterday Day Before
Low Middlinx .
New York futures opened steady, at
10:22, easy; at 11:34, quiet and steady;
at 12 :3(), quiet and firm ; at 1 :35,ateady -, at
2:30. steady, closing firm, with sales of
125,400 bales. - Closing quotations were:
Ksteraav .Day Before
Tr.nnry . , ,,.,,, Ill 17aHVXl 10.1210.13
eoruary M .IU."io.
10.50 10 57
10.70 f 10.71
. ' IS
The Now Orleans spot market yesterday
opened firm ; at 1 :30, firm, closing firm,
with quotations 1-16& higher. Sales, 10,700
bales. Closing quotations were:
Ytrd Day Bbr
Ordinary... 8 3-lfti.: 8V
flood Ordinary .. 9 3-16.- 9V
Low Middling 9V ' 9 7-!6
Middlin 9 11-10 Vi
(iood Middlin 9 15-10 . 9.
New Orleans futures opened steady ; at
12, firm, closing steady at the following
quotations, with sales of 43,800 bales:
, Testerdav Day Before
February ....10.05 10.07
aiarca ii i. z-vq(ii. ji-.
April 10.4l!u .0.42
May . 10.57 4(10.59
. 10.73 10.75
9.74 3 9.75
9 1 MO
Day' reoeipta, 18H4....
Daj 'I receipts, 18X3
Day's receipts. 1832
Reeeipts, 3 cave
Kxporu to ir t Britain
Exports to Continont
Stock at all port ..
Receipt inoeSept.lstil,702,t77il ,816,6321 1,734,1X3
Stock at U. . ports.
Decrees in receinf.
Liverpool epots at noon were active,
prices hardening with ealesof 13,'W bales,
of which 11,490 were American. Re eipts,
At 12: '"Uplandd, 5jd ; Orleans, 5 11-lCd.
At 2: Uplands, 5 0 16d; Orleans, bid.
Liverpool futures at noon were steady
at advance; November, 5 U0-64d; Novera-bar-Dfcenibor,
5 o(i-64d ; December-January,
5 3!)-64d; January-February, 5 42
64d; February-March, 5 40 64d; March
April, 5 50-61d; April-Hav, 5 53-64J; May
June, 5 56-ti4d.
At 2: Firm: November, 5.17-64d, buy
ers; November-December, 5 37-64d, buy
ers; December-January, h 30-64d, buy
ers ; January-February, 5 42-64d, buyers ;
February-March, 5 464i4d, buyers; March
-April, 5 50-64d, value; April-May, 5 54
C4d, sellers; May-June, 5 57-64d, value;
June-Jniy, 5'61-Cld, value.
At 4: November-December, 5 37-64d;
December-January, 5n761d; Jaoaary
Febrnarv, 5 41-01-J; February-March, 5
45-041; March-Aoril, 5 4S-04d; May-June,
5 5S 6 Id; Jane-Ju!y, 5 6i6lJ.
At 5: November 6 35-t4d, sellers j No-ynmber-December,
5 3(i 6 id, sailers; December-January,
5 S7-C4d, buyers ; Janu
ary rFebruary, 5 40-S4d, buyers; February
March. 5 44-C4J, value; AfarchrApril, 5,
4 (il l, stlk-rs ; ApriUilay. 552 64d, sellers;
May-June, 5 59-61d, sellers; June-July,
5 60-6 id, sellers.
Futures closer! q-,tit.
U EN Ell A L TRADE.
Coes Mixed, 56c from store. From
levee or depot: Hound lots in bulk,
shelled white, new, 43s; mixed new,
40c ; new ear. 42c.
Hay Strictly choice, from store, 80c;
prime, 70c; prairie, 50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $13 50; prime, $10
11; prairie, $7 50.
F1.05TB Front store extra, 1; doub.e
extra, 3 S3; triple extra. $3 50; fam
ily, S3 "75 .'choice, l 2J 40;' fancy,
4 60.A4 75; extra fancy, 'toQ,j; patr
pnts, $52'i") 75; round lot3 from levee
or track l'.Vglc cheaper.
Bbak From store, 8.T85 por cwt;
round lots from levee, $13 50 oU4 oer ton.
Cobnxeal Standard, $ 2 502 00 ; pearl,
$3 7-(ii (.Q from store, 5c cheaper from
mill, levee or track.
OAra&AXr In half barrels, $3 754
froti btor'e. 'I
Cracked VaKiT In tall barrels, $1 50
(4 70 bom store.
hats wmte, 43c; mixeti, ac irom
store. Eound lots from levee white,
sacked, 40c ; mixed, sacked, 30c.
Houuit and Obits From Btore, $3 50
Kica Louifii ana, 51(5)6 Jc; Carolina, 7
EAjs llavjr, SJ 50; medium, $2 50;
common, $1 1JX3'
LociaviLLi.November 10. Wiieat quiet ;
loogberry, 78o ; No. 2 red winter, 75c. Corn
No. 2 white, 4957c; No. 2 mixed, 42J
45c Oats No. 2 white, 20 Jc; No. 2 mixed,
Nev Ohlaw;, o"ember 10. Flour
dull and lower; higher ttrades, $3 pC(g4.
Corn dull: in sackc. eesier: white and yel
low, 47c. Oats Western quiet and weak-,
H.".?; 'eisf, SSlOc. Hay dull; prime,
St. Lonis, November JO. Eeceipts
fjohr, sOOO brls : wheat, 6$,0(X bn -.corn,
24,tH)0 bn; oats, Su.OJO buj rye, 4000 ba;
barley, 38,000 bu. fehipmentawFlour,
1 7,000 brls: wheat, 57,000 bu ; corn, 10,000
bu; oats, 80,000 bu; rye, 21,000 bu.
Chicago, November 10. Receipts
Flour, 12,000 brls ; whent, 147,000 bu ; corn,
76,0 hi bu ; oats, fcO.OOO bu ; rye, tOW bn ;
tarlev, 4!),000 bu. Shipments Flour,
rs,C0 brio; wheat, 1C,000 bu;corn, 133,
000 bu; beta,' loO.flOfj bii; rye, 4o,iXK) bu;
barlpjrj ?((,0C0 bu, ' ' .
Cim'ciwntt, November jO. Plonr n-iet ;
family, M ilik.j)U 50; fancy 85,4 20.
Wheat dull; No. 2 red winter. 77dt78c.
Corn strong and higher; No. 2 mixed', 45c.
Oats stTQng: No. 2, 27 jc.
No 2. 54(.;o4f.i. Barley
3 fall. 0370?,
Kansas Citt, November 10. 'Vi Leiv
loysr; cash, 4'-'jc b d, 60.: asked; Decem
ber, 51 is Lid, &I jj.s askd; January, f3jc
bid, 54 o askfd'; No. 2 soft, 6c. ijorn
quiet; cash, 305-30ic; November 28c; the
year, 2-5)(o 2c; January, 26c asked; May,
23.: bid, 2rc atked. Oats dull and nom
inal. rftoiiKtisv. .
Ecrrtrs Creamery, 30(v32;; fancy, 37c;
dairy, 22(!i,;0c; medium, ltjlQc; butter
ine. IStf ; country, 18c.
CnEBSs Prime flats, ?110j; N. Y. fac
tory, 11c; full cream. 14s; Y. A., 14c.
Mjiss Poec $14 50('i;14 75 pr barrel;
sugar-cured bams, packed, r2-j(;13e;
breakfaqf bacon, llUJc; clear rib
Labu Tierces, 8e; half barrels, ate;
kers,8jc; buckets, 9t; half-buckets, 6 5c;
20-lb tiua, 8s; 10-ib tins, '9HJi; Slb
tins, 9Ji?; 8-lb tins, D.i; choice kettle, 9jc
Bitls Poax Clear sides. ; clear rib
sides, 7J7c; shoulders, 6?4jJc
IjOTJirvim.b, Novembor 10. Provisions
dull. Mess pork nominal, $1515 50
Bulji meats shonlders, 6Jc; clear fib.'Qjc;
clear sTdes, ICc Ifacon sl;o ilders, 7(3 7jc;
clear rib, lOjcj clear aiiLia, lJo. 'Bgar
cured hams, li'13e, Lard prime leai.Oc.
Cincinnati, November 10. Pork dull,
$13 75. Lard flrtr ; prime stearu, 7Jo Bulk
meat? demtnd light, but holders firm;
shoulders, 5j!c; sbort rib, 7 Jo. Baoon dull ;
shoulders, 6Jc; short rib, He; short clear,
0c. Bulterduil, creamety, 30('T.o2c; dairy,
New Orlxans, November 10. rork
quiet, $14 75. Lard steady ; tierce, refined.
7o; keg, 8a. Bulk meats in fair demand
and scarce; no shoulders on hand; lone
clear and clear rib, 7 jc. Bacon scarce and
firm ; no shoulders or long clear on band ;
clear rih. Die. Sugar-cured hams steady;
new, 14(0 15c.
Oofvao-ijomibua, t,tdiury, J0i
failOic; prime Hio, 12(jl2c; choice, Id
Wloc; old government, 200i)-sc,
SuaAB Pure white. 6k: -off white.
6 Id; vllow claritiml, 5 Jfirtijc ; ooab ket
tle, 51(2161 c; renned A, 7c: grsuulated,
7ic; powuerea, bic; cutioai.hic
Molassxs Louisiana, common to fair.
2530c ; prime to choice, 3545c ; fancy,
50c ; syrup, S040c ; centrifugal, prime to
choice, 3345c ; common to fair, 2530&
Uaooinq and Ti ss Ba girt n g, jute,
life; flax, lOXSjlOJc, according to weight.
Ties, $1 301 35. .
' fcoA; SiJRfc pr pound.
Oavplm Full tii,ht, lac
Tobacco Common, 11 inoh, 2oVaS5o;
other grades in styles, S50c 8nuu
Garrett's, $11 pt-r case; Ruphe's, 105
9 98(3 9.99
10.64 JtlO 65
UL-Fer etr-ltald, f t 85 per bar-
;il 50 in aacka; pickets, bleached, 2J(
I x : ' ' - - -.
7c; coarse, $1 25; car-loada from levoflrW
depot, 510c cl-eaner. wram
Canxso Goods, Etc. Prices par" down?
Pineapples. $1 50 1 60; peaches, 2-lb,
standaid, $1 50: seconds, $1 20; tomatoea,
2-ib, rtandard, 80cfol$l ; 3-lb, $1 2ol 35;
strawberries, $1 25 1 50; raspberries,
$1 161 25 ; blackberries, $1 101 25 ; green
gages, $1 251 50; pears, No. 2, $150;
plums, $150; asparagus, $4(Sr4 50 ; green
corn, $1140; green peas, 90c$150;
cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15;
cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 90 ; cove
ovsters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c ; cove oys
ters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 20: condensed
milk Crown, $6406 50; Eagle, $3 25;
Swiss, $0(5)6 25.
, Baltixobx, November 10. Coffee quiet
but nominal; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to
fair, 8jKi!) S gar quiet; A, soft, 6jc.
Nbw Orleans, -November 10. Coffee
dull: Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 7
(SjlOjc. Sugar in good demand ; common,
3Ac; fairto fully fir, 3J4 jc; prime,4c;
yellow clarified, 4 J5c; granulated, 5s-c.
Nxw YoBK.November 10. Coffee spot
fair; Rio dull; options opened firm but
closed weak; sales, 12,2 "0 bags. Sugar
quiet; refined weak; C, 4J'35j; cut-loaf
and crashed, OJfojttje; powdered, 8Jc;
granulated, 6 3-lGs. Molast.cs quiet.
C'blreiKO Srafm lss4 rrovlaioa narbeta.
UrioiALTO Tan arrKAL.l
CmcAoo, . November 10. Pork was
somewhat irregular at the opening of bus
iness this morning, bnt before noon be
came reconciled at $1 decline front Satur
day's closing prices. Future deliveries
developed an upward tecdeccy early in
the day, and closed with sharp a I varices
all round. Lard, which opsned weak and
lower, stiffened op during the day and
scored advances for all deliveries. The
grain market was also in better tone, and
closed with all cereals advanced. The
hog market is veiy steady, and closed a
sha le higher.
The opening and closing prices of the
day were as follows:
Corn spot, 40o, 43Jc; January, 352c,
36Jc asked; year, 37c, 39c.
Wheat spot, 71c, 72c; December, 72ic,
73c; year, nothing doing; January, 73jc.
Oata 'December, 25 J, 26c; year, Nothing
Pork spot, $13 50. $13; January, $11
30, $11 55 ; year, $11 374, $11 37J. ,
Lard spot, $7 05, $7 12J ; year, nothing
doing ; January, $0 85, $6 92 J.
Clear rib sides spot, $7 10, $7 10; De
cember, nothing doing; January, $5 90,
Hogs $4 154 95.
Considerable more life is noticeable in
the speculative p ts on 'Cbange.but values
go up hard. There were a large nuinbe:
of dealers who were loaded uo in anticipa
tion of a boom directly after election.
Now these men are discouraged, and day
by day dum a their loads and retire. For
weeks past they have not had outside
orders enough to pay office e-xpeuses.
Wheat acta tired. Bliss, Davenport,
Conncelman and Driver are pretty active
as sellers, but Sid seems to lie under tbe
market and he is followed by an army of
little "tailers," who agree that an im
provement in business is possible, and
that under no circumstances can it get
much worse. It is claimed, too, that the
continuance of the present range ci quo
tations will absolutely compel a big de
crease in wheat sowing next sprit g, as it
has already induced a reduction of acreage
in winter wheat.
Even if the farmers were willing to
undertake the risk capital wonld not be,"
said a broker. "And without its co-operation
very many ot them would be obliged
lo change their programme." .
"I tell you," said another, "this -argument
is but faintly appreciated now in
comparison with the way in which it will
be fjlt toward spring, and if it be once
realized the weight of a few million bush
els, more or lees, to be carried through the
winter will be a mere trilli, as t ere is
abundant capital to carry it on whatever
may be regarded as a safe basis. Receipts
are large just now because dealers are
pressing forward tbe stuff for fear of
still greater losses."
Corn is about steady. Reports from
sections of Kansas say that tbe late warm
and wet weather has rotted corn at the
cob, but receiver! declare that this dam
ago would have to be quite extensive be
fore it would greatly diminish the Bias or
quality of the magnificent crop of the
year. Receipts, however, continue light,
and shipmants liberal, the bulk of the
stuff going out beiDg of contract grades.
Many declare that Kansas farmeia are
holding for a rise, and as little grain can
be expected from other States before De
cember, the bears are careful not to get
out very heavy lines. Slocks in the East,
too, are sma'l, and a good consumptive de
mand is expected. .
It may be well to note here that winter
rates of storage commence Novembar 15th.
On warehouse receipt?, that date and la' or,
storage will be charged at the rate of lie
per bushel for the first ten days, and 4c
per bushel for each subsequent ten days
or part thereof nntil the storage amounts
to 4c per bushel, when no fur; her tharge
will be made until after April 15th.- -a
Provisions are weak with the packers
very bearish, and buyers scarce. Ilogs
a-e coming in pretty freely now.
St. Loala Grala and Pravlaion Karketa.
lariOIAt. TO TBS ATPIAI..1
St. Louis, November 10. The grain
market opened with corn and oats firm,
but wheat weak. The day's dealings 6how
advances for corn all round, wheat recov
ering from losses in early transactions.
Oats weie lower for spots, futures unset
tled. The provision market is unsettled
Poife declined . and other articles
shaded. Hour and tornmcl a;e quiet at
previous quotations. Potatoes are dull
and lower. Others unchanged.
The details of to-day's prices at the close
were as follows:
Corn opened at 37c, and closed at 38c bid.
Tf ear onened at S3c bid, and closed at 34?.
January opened af'So. and c!ose4 at 3;!j'
1 Wheat opened at 7 (jf, and closed at
liis. January opened at 18J ;, and closed
at 78jjc. bid. Year opened at 74jc bid, and
closed at 75jc bid.
Oats opened at 26c, and closed at
26 c selling for spots. Year opened at 20 Jc
bid, and closed at 26c selling.
Pork closed on $:3; lard at $7 10, and
clear rib sides $7 20.
Flour quiet ; $2 203 90 for double extra
to fancv; oornmeal steady at $2 20; pota-t(tas-dill,
5Q5c, ar.d onions slow, O5;0
1. " -' i
Ilogs, $4 35(34 W).
Tbe Brllleh Ciratu rrade.
Los don, November 10. The Mark Lane
Exprtts in its weekly review of the grain
trade says: "The weather the past week
has been liirly prop:tius for threshing.
Deliveries bf grain by farmers are liberal in
amount. Native Wheat" declined l2s:
Sale ol English wheat daring the week
aggregated- 61,812 quarters at 32$,'aginst
C7.I20 quarters at4;fe d tuecoirrjpciu4ir;g
week last year. Flour lower. Medium to
inferior maltirg barley i lowr. Foreign
when dragging along, with prices in
favor of bvtyers. Tbe down sard move
ment continues, and it is impossible to
predict when and where it will stop. The
position of trade is without a precedent;
free supplies are crushing the l!i9 out cf it.
Slaiza is in small supply and prices are
Ciiatvined ; a hecvy drop, however, la ea-
pecte whea litf Littis2 viiil'fitt ciud
o l$Xy gets fainy in motion. Trade in
cargoes? fflf the P04 la trifling. There
were thirteen anival. Threes carg.e8
were so!d, four withdrawn and five re
main. Sixteen cargoes are due. Tho trade
in cargoes forward is but small and purely
Cotton- Seko Oils In car-load lots,
nriraa crnde O. 8. oil. SO-lc: off ctnrl
oil, 2c; prip'e pnirpior yelloff, 8S3
40e: Dnine wiutar youovr, 4ioc; cnoico
cooking sumnier yellow, 42i44c; choice
cooking winter yellow, 43(')0c.
Less than car-load lots: 1'nme summer
yellow, 40:42s; choice ciing eusomcr
yellow, 4oc ; cnoice winter yellow, 50c
Cotton Skkd Mbal Primes f.o.b.. $22
per ton j ff, $1Q Eer car losd
Cotton -Ssjtu. Cotton eod, sacked,
$10 50 per ton, delivered.
Vso KT4BLE8 Onions.vellow. ne-v Louis
iana, $1 6l PO per barrel. Potatoes
Irish, new, $100; loose, 75c per bar
roL" Sweet hoiitoe. (1 5l,g3. Cvb'uuie,
home-Srown, $0 per 100 head. Kraut,
new, $5o 50 per barrel ; $33 2o per half
barrel. Garlic, $1 per 100.
Applm Choice and modimn. J2 23g
3 twr barrel. Dried aDnlsw. 5Jfi?.J: or
pound from etore. Dried peaoheH, 7o
from store. Pickles, medium barrel, j7(i)
7 50: half-barrel, $14 25; pint jara, $1 25
per dosen : quart jars, $1 75(&2 per dozen.
PonLTgY Old hens, S2 755;3; 1r
young, $J: medinm young, $1 02 50;
atnall young, ill oil 50.
Fbh MiATe--iieef Go.nl Kaunas Citv
stesrs, heavy, TJu; ligUt, 7c; cows and
heifers, ej(7o; iautton 7Jc; mutton,
saddes, 9c .lambs, 10c ; pork, 8s.
Fbcit9 Oranees, $5 5o,ti per barrel;
Louisiana, $3 lrar b iz. Lniuonn, tt) 50 per
box, and acarue. Catawba jt rapes, 12
per pound; Concord, 8c per pound;
Malaga, per barrel. Bananas, tl
250 per I ranch. Coeoanuto, $45
per 100. Peanuts 'Virginia, 10c; Ten
nessee, 7c; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled,
10c Almonds, lcV20c. Texas pecans, 10
15c; Arkansas, 4iic Euglish wabauts, L2c;
Naples, 16c Filberts, 14c Brazil nnta,
lie Eairs LondoB la vers. r2 75Va:
Incporial, 43 ott. ' inaidy cUetues, 3
S 25 per doxen.
Cidkb Missouri, $7 50 per barrel and
$4 2 per half-barrel; Kentucky bttrre'8,
$7 25: Kentucky half-barrels, $4 50.
Vioetrar, 1 t15c per gallon.
Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, $1 5 Nr.
2, 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c; half barrel, th8.
White flsb, No. 1, per barrel, $6; half-bar-
rei, $0 ; naJs-Darrei. iazoiiy, a ho.
The following are the wholesale pries
of lumber In this market : ...
cotton wood, &TJr3: truin. 4:vii : oa'. $fl
t; etU, 57i?A'ibl)tt walnqt, 305Q.
. Toriaa 1 IS tat and 2J ctt. -Vrt
' board. i 6iaj4: aldini atrijuj, lltC, far
measure, ItH fUd ?d elear,-'
ana s in., i una m c.eir, rz : otum&
lxfl m.lataind! 2d; $21 : dressed." i? I
2 in., tet sad2d; $27-5030j'tiriittawfr.
Cypbksb 1, 1) and 2 in., 1st and 2d
elear, $27; common, $15; fencing, 1x6, If
Black Walnut 1 at and 2d, 1, li and J
In., $75 ; common, $50 ; calls, $2560.
bh 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $22 50
common, $1516. -
Oak-1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $22 60025;
common, 1 and 2 in., $1516. . -
Ybixow Pins 1, li and 2 in., 1st and
2d. $25; dressed, $30; flooring, 6 and 8 In.
25; flooring, 3 and 4 in., $27 50; heart
step lumber, $3540; ceiling, $25; ceil
ing. $22 50; J ceiling, $2a
Rio Gcm 2ds, $17 60 : common, $8 1 1.
- Cottos wood 1 to 3 in. mill ran, culls
Lath Poplar, $1 80; cypress. $2.
Saniaua Ko. 1, aaweaorahaveda$450;
sawed or shaved saps. S3. i
HIDE ABO reiTBT.
Wool Cholse washed, 28c per lb; na
ff ashed, 1023c; unwashed burry, 10
16c ; clear do, 1622c- Market weak
Hides Dry Flint No. 1, 15c; No. 2,
121c Dry salted, 10llc Green salted.
6($8c. Tallow, 66lc Beeswax, 52
26c . Market steady.
Framino-Lumbkb Yard prices Rough,
$15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine
flooring, $25 ; shingles, $34 50 ; lathing-
poplar, $1 75; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths.
Extra prices for extra lengths above 20
Limb and Czmbot Lime, 75c in bulk
delivered; 95cJl per barrel in 8tor9;
Lonis vi He cement, $1 75 a barrel ; Roee
dale cement, $2 50 a barrel; Portland,
$4 505; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris,
2 59. Hair, 6c per pound.
Nails $2 50 a keg.
Ooal-Oil Prime white, who'.eeale lots,
13c per gallon.
- Clbvblaxd, O.. November 10. Petrol
eum steady; s.w, 7c
Baltimore, November 10. Petroleum
steady and nominal ; refined, 757jc
P.ttsbubq, Pa , November 10.-rOl dull
and heavy ; opened at 72, advanced to 73,
broke to 72, and at 1 o'clock 72 was bid.
Wines Imported port, $1 50t; sher
ry, $1 508 ; champagne American ex
tra, $78; Piper Heidsick, $25027;
Mnmm's extra dry, $2931 ; Raederer, $29
(331; Ve.CUquot, $:il3:i ; claret, $3 75
13 per box; Catawba, $4o per case.
Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 506;
rye, $1 757.
Chicago, November 10 Whisky steady,
$1 13. .
St. Loci8. November 1 0. Whisky steady
Baltijjobb, November 10. Whisky
steady, il 18(1 19.
Cincinnati, Noreniber 10. Whisk
active and firm, $1 11.
Nbw Oblbaks. November 10. Whisky
firm ; Western rectified, $1 0ol 25.
Cattlb Choice corn-fed to extra, per
lb., 4ia4Jc; good, 3i4Jc-
Grass Cattle Choice, 3 J4c per lb:
good, 8i3Jc ; fair to medium, 23rc
common, 1 j2c.
Hooi Cuoicj light, 150 to 200 lbs., 6
5Jc; choice heavy, 4 l51c; common, 4
Sascr Choice sheared, 332c per lb;
medium, 33c per lb; common, per
heud, $1(1 50 per head; choice lambs,
per lh , 5c.
Cows and Calves Choice milch cows
with youns calves, per head, $3O$40;
medium, $20(?i $25.
St. Louis, November 10. Hoea higher
and strong; Yorkers, $4 :i34 50; pack
ing, $4 5tv4 75 ; butchers', $4 80C-r4 90. Re
ceipts, 6400 head ; shipments, 900. Cattle
scarce and strong, with a good deman
for shipping grades, but no goo 1 ones of
feaing. Receipts, 800 head.
Chicago, November 10. Hogs receipts,
17 tOO head; active and firm and 610e
higher; liht, $4 154 75; rough pack
ing, $4 21VS4 60; heavy packing and
I shipping, $4 654 9". Cattle receipts,
own ueau , urmn ; h porta, u ux i a ;
g Kid to choice, $5 706 10 ; common to fair,
$4 25(j60;Texans, $3 04 33. 8heep
receipts, 2S0.1 head; steady; common to
choice, $2 30(a4 30.
Kansas City, November 10. The Lit
Slock Indicator reports cattle: Natives
ftcd 8Vcxers steady; Texas cows and
butchers wea, 10c lower; exports. $6
6 35; good to choice shipping, $5 505 90;
common to medium, $5-5 40; feeders,
$3 754 25 ; cows, $2 60(53 30 ; grass Texas
steers, f.'!10 3 65; Colorado half-breed
steers, $3 404 35. Hogs receipts, 3000
bead; active, and 10c higher; lots, 225 to
280 pounds, $4 404 50 ; extreme range,
$4 3004 70. Sheep Receipts, 200 head;
steady; fair to good, $33 40.
This medicine, CSrablnlnif Iron with pure
Vegetable tonic, cuickly and completely
Cure Dvapepela, I m jetm, VrakaeM,
Inipnn; Hlaoit, .iJfcri,Vh1'"LBl fever,
and NeurD.li;iu - - '!-..
It ts an ui.iailinir remedy for Plaeaaes of tha
lildnej i.nd I.lwr. ...
It is Invaluable for Diaeaaea peenliar to
Women, and all wt o lead sedentary Uvea.
produce constipation -oMrr Jron medicine do.
It enriches and pnriaes the blood, stimulate
the Appetite, aid tbe assimilaUanof food, re
lieves ruaittmra .i0 r'Kitit; nd sirtagtb
eiis the musclea' and nerve. ...
For Intermittent Fevers, Lusitude, lack of
iiliergy, ezct, it baa do qual.
M9- The genuine ha above trade mark and
crossed red line on wrapper, lake no other,
aud ir r bkowi cntaicai, to, baltibobb, ,
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOOTS.
St- Lonf naj Aiew Orlejana Anchor I.t n
V. s. Mall FOP. CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ijlty oi IJLelna,
Will leave from the Levee TUKSDAY. Nov.
11th, at 10 am. for freight or passaae apply to
C. L. lliLL. Pn?s. Att. AD BTOKM. Bnp't.
St. Lenls anil Hw Orieana Aaelior UsM
' U.S. .Wail FOR VICKSBUKtl.
uiiy ur r.rvviutyi'UQ,
deorff' CarvsllT.. -master.''
Will leave from the wharfboat TUESDAY, Nor.
11th, at 10 a.m. For freight or'paajntre apply to
m O. L. ifAi.i,, Psm. Art. Ai rj'i'OHM. giip't.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Mt.JLr.ul-. and New Orleans Anchor Una
U.l. Mail-F0a NKW ORLHAN0.
Jas. O'Neal master.
Will leav from wharfuoat THIS DAY. Nov
ll'.h, at 4 p.m. For freight or patsoge apply to
llM'.lii.t.''.V.M?'.',l A?t' t''lt'JtW "l?'-.
Tlie St Francis RivcrXrtmgportaUonCo'i
Flo Si Je-Wkeel U. B. JJaU Steamer
Ceno Maeready. r,0
0. K Jo.liD...,....muter I A. I.. iTannlna cler.
WUI Le'nve Meniitnia KVLK1 Tlij'ABAT
at 5 o'clock, for Marianca. the Cot-0ff, and inter
modtbte laudines on at. Franeii river. The eap
taiu rosorves the riwbt to pas all landings he
deems unsafe. JAS. LKB, Je., Superintendent,
Ofie. Xo. 4 Madison street.
L&K LINE .STEAMERS.
ii!j!iS, rriiiji folat Uttlsplila
aatl vt-ii Packet t'ttmpany.
For Helena. Oileoiile. Friar Point and all Way
- Landings Steamer
E. T. Clisat -..alPlW .At, clerk
VTUlleava .c .". frViry MOifA Y.WKDS KS-
1AY anl FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m.
For Rao lolph.Falton. Osoanl an! Wavl.iidings
SitoHtuer l)13Ai ADAMS,
J. H. Coonsr. master .1 W K-.it..,
LLeatea as above every MONDAY, WKDNK3-
ana i..iiai ai a p.m. ine boat oi tni
Una nMdrv the right to pas all lending th cap
tain may deem unsafe, OtSoe, Ko. 4 Madison st.
JARS T.KK. Je.. Rnrerint.n.tef.
FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS.
.HI IT HARRY IIXK-Kcranhio tVtllte eft
bins stiver C. N. .tall HackoL
For Indian Bay, St. Chsrlts, Clarendon, Derail
BltiS, Dos Arc, A-Jguita, Jacks import, Searcy,
Batedvillo. Powhatan anit Pocahonta.
nieoitier jvi rc.ia.llr, - '
Will leave Memphis every Sartlajr it a
P.m., conccctin.? direct with the new Black River
L'nited States Mail P&cket iilLT UARKY, for
Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with the Daily
Packet to Batosville and Upper White river.
Thronph Rates to al) rnii.
I'Mitfut eunsie-ncd to Milt Harry Line. Memphis
or Terrene, will bo promptly forwarded.
11 C. LOWE. Agent, o Wharfboat.
FOR TIPTON VI I,LE.
1'or Qieeo'a, Hale Point Oaratherviile, Uayoeo
nd lintonville T he new pattenger steamer
W. P. Hall matr I J. D. Fuller clerk,
will leave atabnv. anda'l way points, EVilY
MONDAY and THURSDAY atS p es.
Fft f-sTPKt ft onMur utiMt nn Koarfl.
M., A. P., V. AND ARK. RIV. PKT. CO.
TJ 8. MAIL LIXK-For Arkanaa .
bicuiunr Li I' -. jL n i -Nth
M. R. Cheek maater I W. C. B'enker clerk
leave ileniphi every MONDAY and THUR
1AY, at 5 p.m., connecting at Terrene with
pacset T.-r a i poinu on ariansaa nver.
For Vicksbur and wavlmd rrs,
Strsurr Uli.La UAYH,
Bd. Noaland n-.astAr I W. TLomnton elm-V
iav iay itlK.--ii.-VV at p.m., 'aanhecUai
with p.oae; and railroad for Yasoo river an
For Pine Hltitf and all point on Arkansas River.
. ... a TV . ....... . ....
leaves Memphi every SATU HD AY Dt 5 o
Freight received and bills ladin icned oa
vnpaor r oariooai, rpo union street.
Ii. C. LOWE and E. WALWORTH, Asn
JOHN CARR.Passonaer Afent.
JOHuT N. HAKH1N. 0. V. and P. Afoot.
Memphis & Whita River Pkt Co.
C. S. MAIX, LLE.
K. C. Fojtal . BaJtWr 1 9. M. !Ks iaTolar k
Clarendon, DcvsUIa BIbjY, De irA A
vnetsu Jsrckeonport and Keiart-w.
LRAVES MfiJUVUM XVERY WkDSk8?AI
lftl 11 1-1 11 Ir-lIJ"
11 11 E 19
, fwtU t''&kp to "Jbempbl aad WfcK
S;5u P!ii.t u." will beforeaided proajHiy.
r -, Tl..i. LOW, Anst, l Vlwftirt. '
KIV ER NEWS.
Vlcksburit Wti.L S. BaTI.Kowlaml, 5 p.m.
Vieksbnr....C'T Piovioexce, Carvel I. 10 a. in.
New Orleans. ...Cast. MotaN. O'Neal. 4 p.m.
St. LoaU:. .CiTTorHKLxa.McConl, ,10a.m.
St Francis Rlvr Rbxi Macbkadt. Joplin, ip.m.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
Friar Poiat.-Jaics Las; Wednesday, 6 p.m.
White Kirer.CHiciaaaw. W4nefday, S p.m.
0oeoU.....CoaBOaia, Wedneeday. 6 p.m.
Arkaaaa City.-KTf AoirB,;'Jirdir. p.'
Aiptonvnre.....uaToao. Aunrsqiyr, p PjQi
KTKtfEHTS AT TIULETEG.
Irripah. Belle Hetopmi ' St. Louis;
City ef Baton Rouge, fc-t- Louis; GtyoEO,
Tipton ville; Coahoma, Oaceola; Jatne
Lee, Friars Point; Kate Adams, Arkanpts
City; City cf Vicksuurjr, Vicksburg; Will
S. flays, VicksburR.
Drporlurei. City of Vicksburg, StLouis ;
Belle MemDhis, icksburg; Kite Adams,
Arkansas City ; City of Baton Rouge, New
Orleans; James Lee, Friars Point; Coa
homa, Oseola; Gavoeo, Tipton ville.
Boat in Port Will S. Hays.
Boat Due Down. City of Providence
and Charles Morgan. -,J ' ,
Boatt Due p.Cityt Helena, "pnkfcf-'
aau, and.iRene Macready: - 'v1"- -V'.'1"'"
i selu TeaterUnx. ' .
Belle Memphis 1703 pkgs merchan-J
aize. ; - ; .;- i
City of Vicksburg 20 bales cottonj,."
Ian seed-cotton and 22-Vpks seed.
Kate Adam. 7(39 bales cotton, 71 bags
seed-cotton, 1773 sks seed and 70 pkgs
Oayoeo 153 bales cotton, 28 bajrs seed
cotton. 240 sks seed, 614 6ks corn and 33
James Lee 69 bales cotton, 31 bsirs
seed-cotton, 4(i3 sks seed, 50 brls oil and
25 pkgs sundries.
Will S. Hays 134 bales cotton, 31 baes
seed cotton, 4168 s-s seed, 118 beer kes
and 18 pks sundries.
Coahoma 571 bales cotton, 73 bagp
seed-cotton, 1710 sks seed, 849 sks coin
and 10 pkgs sunrlripa
Th E. W. Colo is the next packet for
Tub big Helena is the next regu'ar
packet for New Orleans.
Ths Chickasaw is the packet to-morrow
evening for White river.
The Lse Line packets to-morrow evening-are
the James Lee, for Friars Point,
aad Coahoma, for Osceola.
Ths Rene Macready, Capi O. K. Joplin,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for
St Francis river. A. L. Banning is in her
Tub City of Helena, Cart J. T. McCord,
is the Anchor Line packet this morning
at 10 o'clock for Cairo and St. Loom. Owen
G. Cates is her clerk.
The Gaycs?, CapL W. P. Hall, is the
packet Thursday evening at 6 o'clock for
Tipton ville and all way landings. Col. J.
D. Fuller is in charge of her office.
- The Kate Adams, Capt Mark R. Cheek,
is the United States mail packet Thursday
evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and
all way landing. W. C. Blenker is in her
office. - .... - - ...
The City of Providence. Capt. George
Carvell, Is tha Anchor Line rWket tnU
morning at 10 o'clock for Yfcksbnrg and
the bends Frank Perkins and Sid Wheeler
are her clerks. -
Thb Charlo. Morgan, Capt. James
O'Neal.in the Anchor Line,wil paw down
ikia evwotntr at 4 o'clock for New 0-i a a
and all intermediate points. Elliott Miller
presides in her office.
Tns elegant paseenger steamer Will 8.
Hays, Capt. Ed Rowland on deck, ia the
pacet thia eveninir at 5 o'clock for Hel
ena, Greenville, Vicksbur and all way
landings. James N. Thompson is in
charge of her office, aseistf d by Morris
Gans and Billy Johnson. The Havs will
connect at Vickbnnr with the J. M.
White, for New Orleans, and packets for
Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers.
The government steamer Mississippi
was in port yesterday.
Maj Jons D. Adams returned to Little
Rock by rail yesterday.
Weatheb continues "all that fancv
painted her," or words of that import.
TheE. W. Cile is the next Arkansas
river packet, probably leaving to-morrow
Receipts bv river vesterdav n wr
bales of cotton, 259 bags of seed-cotton,
and 8580 sacks of sotton-sded.
The Citr of Vicksbnrs naaon 1 tn far
Lonis Sunday morning, having arMad 840
bales of cotton f or reshipment at Cairo.
The Belle MemDhis discharged 1703
packages of freight and added 35 tons,
passing U3 icksburg bunday morning.
J011.1 Higoins, mate of the Coahoma,
who has been laid np with a bone in his
leg a week or so, resumed work yesterday.
The Lee and Coahoma both brought
rousing big loads of cotton, and returned
with fine cargoes of merchandise and pas
The Will S. Hays brought in a big Tile
of cotton-feed, besides a fair trip of cotton
and sundries. She returns to Vicksburg
- The Gayoso, in and out yetrday
brought and carried tood trips forth"
upper bends. Besides a big pile cf cotton,
she had a good lot cf corn and sundries.
The Charles Morgan is billed to pasa
here en rou'e to New Orleans at 4 o'clock
this evening, Capt James C'iTesl com
manding. She is in the Anchor Line ser
vice. . -
The City cf Baton Rouge pass eJ to Xew
Orleans Sunday morning with 3 big trip,
addrre 10 tens hore. Kh got 5700 sacks
of corn and 1-";1 bales of" cotton belo
James McMesiian is back home Pgain
celebrating the l-ction.c C eveland. He
will build him a boat and name her the
Grover Cleveland when his ticket draws
The State Adams had the blgPbt load
ol cotton of any o the local packets Sun
day, besides a large lot of seed and sun
dries. She went back yesterday evening
with a good return trip 6f fieightand peo
ple. . .
CarT. Gkobob W. Xeabb, agent for the
Cincinnati underwriters, was in the city
Sunday, and reports the sunken steamer
J. H. Van Etten, lying straight about 10
mile s below Fort Smith, with her lower
deck out of water. The wreck-raising ap
paratus of the E. A. Speed, ia charge of
Engineer Frank 8. Blades, was sent by
rail yesterday, Maj. Wes Rhea, under
writers' agent, accompanying tho outfit,
and no doubt the Van E'.t;n will soon be
WE&THEK A20 BUYERS.
Cmck iSi'owiL SEavicK. rt". 8. A.,1
MiMiHta. Tsxs., Noveoiber-10, im. J
The following observations are tqken a
th aame moment of time QjS p.m.) at all the
stations nn.ni r
"Below water mark. " "
tBelow tuh-irf,riBirk HH.
VltMisCRO, November 10. Nicht Xo
departarea, Arrived: Arkansas Citv. St
. 'WB'.NO.Xovemfcer 10. Xiifht River
3 leet 10 inches', and stationary. Weather
clear and pleaaant.
Xxw Obi. talis. Noveu.ber 1ft. No arriv
als or lieparinres. Tlie Citv oi iiavon
Sara and Henry Lourey and barges will
arrive tomorrow, having been detained
Pittsburg. Xovember 10 Noon Rivor
2 leet 2 inches, and stationary Wnathnr
clear and pleasant. Niirht River 2 feet 2
inches, and stationary. Weather clear and
Evansvill. November 10. Xio-ht
River stationary, with 1 foot 4 inches on
the gauge. Weatherwear and warm ; ther
mometer 8. Bjsiness dull. No arrival
St. Loria. Norpmlir in Vicl.t !;,
fallen 2 in- hes, and stands 12 feet 1 inch
by the gauge. Weather clear and'pleas
ant. Arrived: Cityol Cairo, Vickebur?;
Oakland and barges, New Orleans. No
Cairo. No-einber 1ft. Noon Wpaihnr
elear and mild. Arrived: City of Provi
dent)), St. Loni", 7 p.m. Departed : City
of Providence, icksburg, 9 o ni. Niuht
River 12 feet, and f ailing. Weather clear ;
thermometer 5S. No arrivals or depart
Cikcikhati, November 10. Noon River
5 feet 11 inches on the muse, and station
ary. Weather clear end cool ; thermom
eter 0-. iso arrivals or departures.
Night River 5 feet 10 inches, and fall in sr.
Weather clear and cooL No arrivals or
Lotnsvnxx.November 10. Noon River
rising, with 3 feet 8 inches in the cans',
and 9 inches in the chute on ths falls.
Suaiiiipsa dull. Weather clear and pleas
ant. No arrivals or departures. Night
River rising, with 4 feet in the canal and
2 feet in the chute on the falls. Business
fair. Weather clear aud pleasant No ar
rivals or departures.
OVEMEVTS or OCKAH STEAHEBS.
Plymouth, November 10. Arrived
Buevia, Kew iork.
New York, November 10, Arrived:
Biittanic and Umbria, Mverpool; State of
Georgia, Qlasguw ; '.easing, Hamburg.
Lou cos.", November 10. Arrived : City
of Rome, City of Richmond and Ger
manic, New York ; Sardinia, Montreal
Xxw OtatAKOroverober !.--Arrived:
Jhuili.ir.o and Cairifcean, Liverpool: t'tr.
mona,ljrndon PropttJwii, Gene; South
Ue, Wtktda. Cleared: Navarro, Ll ver-
-p00),.-.. v--. -s. V- - I' ,:- '
;' . H. .
. JrXCA V A. k it.
eXweew Kata aaa rremt, Xeasiotab
rKSTABLIflHKD Uf UWU .
DR. JOHNSON u acknowUd4 by all partU
Interetted at by far the motsaoeerai pay.
'lclaa in th tsaatment ot private or aeoret dis
'due. Quiek, permanent ears fueraateed it
veiy eeae, male or. female. Reeent ease er
vonurrhea aad Syphilis our) ia a few days, with.
at the ne of mercury, ohance of diet or hie
trance from busiaeu. Seeoudary bypkUi. tha
at vesflu radictod without the uae ot mer
ury. Involuntary loss of mea (topped (a a
horttime. Batterer from impeteaey or lots
iuai powrs restored tp free visor ia a lea
reeks. Victim of elf-abue and xoi
-enery, ranerins from permatorrhea and loa et
hysioal or mental power, apeedily aad perms
leotly cured. Particular attratioa paid to ths
diseases of Women, and euros guaranteed. Piles
dd old sore cured without the ue of caustic I
be knife. All consultations itriotly aoBftdeatlal.
4edloine teat by expren to all parti et th
W?r 'orMBcma enred at hair the usual price.
o hour, fro- -'- t-ftjEfeft M.
IS TtO i
HcETrea's WINE OF CARDUI
ebecrfkil, ud WueclmaHmy
ooipty. It cMvtrt aewMlnc .
wlvea,eree elatera.BUMl I
ly (Irla iat lovimc soother,
McElres's W1KE OF CARDUI
eerrett all e
pceallar te Ijl. roIleTee
tbe palu t wbieb tsey are
i aaltjeet, uet tbe
pariflee tbe bl
(re bealtb. It tnsyrf vi
tality, eat toaares clear aaa
McEires's W1XE OF CARDUI
ta mora itlmBlatlag tbaa ,
wlae so side fon frrapea, aaare (
streafftbealac tbaa aay prep ,
aratlaa ar lraa, yet It elaee a at I
lataxleate, bat la aa banaleaa 1
aa para water ta tbe hiI
delicate lady. ,
Bend for aar sixty -fear pagw
paatpblet, tellim aU abaal
The Cbattaaaaca Hedlelae Ca,
- Cbattaaaaga, Team. .
FOB A1X BT rTJOOI5T?.
October 16. 1S7.
One box will rare the moat oWtiaate cum ia four
nay or is.
Allan's Selable Medicated Boogies.
No nauseous dose of eubeh, eopefba'or ell of
sandalwood that are eertais to produce dyspeeaia
hy destrnvin th eoatinr of th atomaeb.
Prion $1 M. Sold he ell drug it, or mailed nn
reseipt of prie. For farther pertionlar eud for
iouihi mo IDT
circular, r. J. no lam.
S. '-. ALLAN CO..
MS John street. Kew Torkv
sxa von DvanjTY;
torn Sliwin, waiu
U11M pkntalMH. ranS
IVm raiM lodU.r.
la In Ma tn.
A Eadlctl Cur
yoara by use ta taoa
m Iv mkiiiUm 1sIsm i
m ii im ar iw
oende of oaooe.
HARRIS REMlJf OOtPff Cha
. luaolrent Mat ice.
State of Tennessee, Shelby eoanty Office of
County Court Clerk, Memphis, Tena., Uotobei
4, 188i To M-(. Amy Fmniina, Adm'rx of sa
ute of B. FUminc, deoeaaed:
TJAVINQ susgested th insolvency of th ee-
l A. tate of n. fcleinin. danaajiaMi . ..n .
hereby ordered to five notloe. by advrtiment
in some newtpper published within the laid
Sute. and also at the Cou'thou door of Shelby
wH.i.x "v. .. yv.mvun u.rD viaim eemiUBl
ta'd estate to app-ar and file the lam, authenti
oated in tbe manner prescribed by law, on or be
fore the 4th day ot January, 1885: and any elain
not fled ou or before aaid day, or before an apnro-
triation of the fund of said estete t made, shall
e forever barred, both ia law and equity.
Witness my hand, at ofllce, this 4th day of 0c
oher, laj HUOn B. CULLES, Clerk.
ByJ K.Lewls. DepnTy Clnrk. tne
J I PA NAN
now lew tmdjtatxul what
a parftet fit Imf That painiul
Period ctf'broakiii;ln"Udeen. '
cd eaeentlal to every aew
eatflt. Tola t poatttrelr m
eoecaarr. Th clzitlnq
Vrtnctpiam applied to theaum
eroua abape aad ataee ofth
tit, and their Aexlbtntv.
lute freedom from tbe tortures
a eraunt tn,- aa they era
aT azul oomfortahlafroiUj.
rt day. Bold tnrrwhot.
you tboe dealer aw tiMae.
HANAN A SON.
PIECES OP BOXE.
For four yean I have been afflicted with
a very troublesome catarrh of the head. 6o
terrible has Its nature been that when I
blew my nose small piece of bone would
frequently come out of my mouth e,-,d e.
The dicharre was oopl-a. and. at times
exceedingly offensive. My blood beoame
o impure that my reneral health 'w
srcaUy impaired, with; poor, aysetU ai
worse digestion,' -
5 u'rarou4 mudieinc were used without
relief, unVil I boian th use of B. B. B.,
and three bottle acted almost like mrl .
Since their use sot a symptom ha re
turned, aad I fed in every way quite re
stored to hoalth. I am an old ""tjj. 0f
AUta. aad lefcr to ,llrtsf
on Butler pr.-
... u. M. 0i'!m, who knows of my ease.
MRS. KL1ZABETH KNOTT.
A LITTLE GOLD.
Mr. Z. A. Clark, of Atlanta. 6a., ia
peaking of H80 tn (old, desire to lay to
the reader of tbi paper, that the whole
of the above amount was spent la a fruit
lesa eff. rt in finding relief from a terrible
Blood Poison alTectint hi body, limb aad
nose, presenting; ugly running ulcer. He
I now sound and well, hsvin been cured
by the mod speedy and wonderful remedy
evr before known, and any intereeted
party who may need a Blood Purifier will
learn from him that three bottle of S. B.
B. restored his afpatit, healed all uloers,
relieved the kidneys, and added twenty
one pounds to bit woight is thirty day.
We have been headline B. B. B. on'.y a
few months, and take pleasure in savins
it is superceding all other Blood Remecl. ,
It sells well, sire our customer ertire
satij'ootivn. and, we cheerfully recom
mend It in preference to any other Stool
ASUER k MOORE, flruir'iti,
Atlanta, (la. .
A aVpase Book of wonderful B- II. B.
testimony mailed to any addre
BLOOD I1ALM CO.. AtlanU, 1.
fltHUtm KttCHUC WCtT. m n mv. il ir. h mm
rnmiIj tot tmt) rf 4mmgmM ml tha mmtMit iTa.
V Vaamr may 4a-Uity f ih MnUw rci cm), hta wktt.
trtr cmm. IM iMliaMM tinui KUaUClTI mhiIIm
ikrMtrl. Om parte mrt tmlm Ut U IaMUtl7 met. ItMM
mm nnuka abat Uia Mrmtl, Vaner m mwt UmUi 14, mmti
UoBaa a com ata laalifc4 WaahMn frnai lu4Wtiwlaa,
iscartadif, Imok ! Vlftar, 4w41ur tV t.aay mNi af IbaM
crgxm u tw4. Da M cmiIbm wrU mimcm wmtu miwr
(WW m tmn mXi Uls ftM mmmm I Ma. Tkka la fcr laa OM W'i
fwwieta. Far rtrcclaw c"' rJ iiilliaBeateCKWUi
Petition for Divorce
Circuit Cqart ef Shelly eonnty, Tnn. Rlohard
A. Jordaa ts Sarah A. Jordan.
Jtappearina from th petition Bled in this eeaae.
ich Is swore to, that th defendant. 8. A. Jor
dan, it a non-resident of the t-tai ef Tennosn
it is tseretore erderea. idi sn ma
nk kr ap
rearano herein, at the eoartnott. ii
Memuhls. Tenn. .on or kefor tbe third
in November neat, ISM. and p'ead. answer ee 4e-
mur to piKtntit mil fr dtvoro, or ta taw
will 6 taa8 tor eOBf a to ker aa tbe
et ror aearin eipwt and taat a eery ef Ux
eraerbe.inblishd. enoaawMk, (or four iuJe
sir fnuji f 4teaiai.
amiiball. Ueuatv flu
m r mhhsiUm 1sIsm
m ii im ar m
tasaiBa m tmtbv.
Ur m trial pvtass mmt
Worm tapOTi Situs
kUif Ma !.
Va a NMaT as has art
II liillli. a mm M to.
sons Marti ll ftliiwlll.
Onvaf ie a.a m n, n
tiiaai najia t
M S aaBUl
f I 1 1 wklc mm kaa
f'"Vt . . v-,. ,. .i r -"r r
buoof, AM y for .iuv.. -
if Mi3 C.
UDDLERY ITAJabWAIlE Ct LEAT,
Nos. 301 nnd 303 Main
S50 AM) S5S
SCHOOLFIELD, flAMAUM &
AND COMMISSION MEBCll.lJfTS,
No. 311 Front Street, Corner of U onroe, : : Bemphla;
M. O. FBARCB & 0'
IVo. S76 Front Htreet,
HLt FOr.TAIS.E& CO.
Cotton" Factors and Wholosalo Grc:
gbo-208 Front St., glcmphls, Tens.
Cotton Factors, Commission r.crc!::
So. 11G South ITaln St.. St. Tonla.
va are KTow Oesleelsx-aatlxxK
OUR 25th ANII YE BWABY TS ME.tll?I
: W owe the tarsett aad Most Compute EXCLUSIVELY WHOL'SSAXB
The buildins dimensions are VS by S25 feet, vis: 115 feet ea 8econt street, rwantif tSiro I
to Main, with a Ave aio.y f'ont. ntranee. 3M Mia street. -.
Wit AHB BfOVT OPEMIKCI ISKlkl LtMEa
Kew Print. Plaid. Pln-h Cloak, Jeans, fhnwls, Notions, loMerv, Tth Qoods, Haadk--eiove?.
Blankets. ITmHrllaa. Jerseys. UnOerhirt( ClUr. 0rhirt, Lin., Tiekin. t
era. Chvi"(. Hickory Flannel, Bleae'aed Mlslins, Canton Flannai. te. oeins oar rs
tM". To um up, In brief, we have no hesitation In aasarini all elosbayln aa 1 prorn
Vmmmt'J M erch.Kla throutbou' tbes eat 8 utb western wississipni V)lev, i bat we ha
will and ability to eerve them upon term and conditions KQHAL TO THB Uk.JT ia Uel
ch iivsKikreciiur iiviris.
P.fi.W cordially Invi'e also. Br.toi.ly Conntrv Mer-haatatoeeme and buy.
elt'iea who feel an interest in the prosperity of Memphi, and Jso every carioci .
aad look at our eatablithment. -
Wr.l R.T.100RE& CO., Exclusively V.';.
' --" M41V AXIt WErOn KTKKKTH....HE1fPrr'
Doors SashjBlinds and Uol.'
ALL KJNDS OF DOOR
Bntsketa, Scroll-Work, Boagh aad
161 to 179 Washington St., ttemphis, f c:
Ponlar S treat Car Oarrv en t.. the MrVenTi. Sis Rmm rnm tfc. V". "
COOS. L. filSK, Preaidenu
H. 0. B0BUN3, Seeretary.
lis Metal id Wg:
GALVANIZED IRON WORK,
TIN, IRON AND SLATE ROOFIi:
Iron Fences, Metal Skylights.
TEtEPHOSI H. ML
436 and 438 Gain St, and 21 and 23 Uulberry St, LT:r
llBm-MIB-'l M. Joee. ' '.T.mn T.aa. Jr W Wvfle.r. p fnw .-- -
FURSTENHEIM & WBUPDB
GROCERS and COTTON FACTOR
No. 276 rVontJStreot, Mcwphia, r"1'
SLEUU BKOS., Uimo, Mb.
356 Front St,:
PU', .P i WW li 1.1
I ii"'!' ...idrftavVt
Ir- . HysjUliat Is beneficial in Malar!:
"7. .f . -'-ori
7 WatftCTWEl) BT jj.QIVVaUl.V f"
Tobacco and Cigars
.,- ; WDOI.ESAIAJ A3tt HETA1L, '
817 Ulnl n street SrV,J Memi.l.I-.
W.v A. GsLg; & Co
No. 300 Front street, Memphis, Teni:
ANDREW STEWART, Kew Orieana. A.SIXKEW D. QmvK, Mcraphla,
ill nDT nm vr nr n nn
WholesaleGrocers, Cotton Fr
n 833 ad era fhost wmrrr, ctt.
?r "7nrn r"
Street Mfmphis Tcr
Boutlteru Btataas .
AND WINDOW FRAH
Dreaud Laaiber, gklmlca, I
OKO. I. KKLLUM, ,
F. M. NUltrttlSr, tCesl4oBt farliit r.
The greatest of all remedii.
71 InfUlIiblo Cure for all Pulnio-
ni j n . a
jSf'ig irv uiseo&es ana uenerai vt :
Climates. For diseases of t!
Tliroat and Lungs it has no
equal. A trial will convince you
I ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE,
Trade napplled at reasonable aisoOB&t by
J. J. DUFFY & COn
BUnafactarf r an4 rropiietora,
Sew York an Caarieta.
il, buJ IJrJL K u!