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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FJRXDAX , NOVEMBER 15. 1S78.
llAlLKOAD TIME-TABLES. Louisville nnd Kuhrille Monlkrrn. Esuw. dnlly (except ShL) 1 :f P-n. suil diliy 1100 M'-n.le Aeeoii..nodatton.i d t'x" 'ind.ir .1 4:J: p.m. 5:00 p.tn. 8:16 a. IT. jfcinpnla and Cfcarlentoa. LKA K. KKIVK. (City tin:' Mll F.xi'n-iK Tr.ilTi.'inlIj r2)'Jnliht 1 1 :4- a.m. tSo-n-tnriile Arvonouoditloni i .1 illy iw!'i t. titulars) .. . 4 40 p.m. i .liim. U'vil Junction Ace, dally i fexr. "fixt. : j mianlnaiinlppi and Tfw. 1.KAVK. AKKIVbT N Orleans Mail. d.tfly. . !; 3:00 p.m. 11 2. 3."". p.nu (excel Sunday' 3:30 p.m. Fn l ;ut .id Aoc- inmo't n., d illv tr -M.t Sundays i i l ' a n' 9:20 vm. RKiO p m. Mfph'n " 1'""'' Horn t LKAV K. AHKiV. Mil Train, dally fit) p.m. K:iM, daily except fan.).: H:.o a.m. 1 1 :40 p.m. fiiiO p.ru. I'tdorih and Jleniphl.. M it ra)"n;'rir?!n,dallj 440 p.m.: HJli) am. Amnmino 1 iMii'i train. i rn R-:n) p.m. FINANCIAL. The bmVs hid attain a ifxi dere.? of ac tivity yeslculiy, an 1 tin mjreisinrf deimnd fir mnr.. y (.roves ttiat li-ines is asauniing full cj'.inn- ason proportions. Oatsule r.l routine mtt'er-t thei" wa nothing to attract special attcntiop. Ks bantfC'i night on Now Yoik and tit'iiiand cn New England at o(T; mhton New inland at If, sell ing ill rvir; on New )i-t'ns '.t discount, buy ing, selling- at par. The New York I'ost, of Jiumidj,4.i): "On the b!ly first day Irom "fiv. I'nif.nl S In-nnnrv vi:l. nr.. cordis to Hi-; law. rnutue specie payments. For a lonvf ti-ii'' then after the treaury will be alile to pay t-U dollars for lejraJ tecder notes, even it ultimately compelled to pay silver dollars. The treasury of course baa the nht to withhold o!d dollar from tho very start, acd pay only silver dollars." Tee New York World adds the fo!lowiu(j: "In 1VJ silver was worth l:' :, pence per ounce. In 17. it was worth "' Ai ienc. Jn l7-i it wai worth 46 p-ucc. And now it in w.-.ith ,VJ 7-16 per cunce in London, which i the creut market fjr (.ilver und where the ailver market h made by the relations cf Koe'and with Asia. The weight of the kgaliz'icl dollar is 4l2ij grain of standard mlv r. but the weight of ourLalf d . ll.tr. instead of u-in 'JC'l'.j yrainc, in only 9 10 ifr.u.is. That of the qunrUr is only '. -1'. 100 ii stead of 10:i 12 lW; that ol the dime i enly lis oti lW) ms'raJ of 41 '2'VlOO, cd tho coinage of the debased ha't'diuie w,n discontinued irf lv7-i." I BY TELEGRAPU. 1 PARIS, November 14. Rentes, 112f. 52lsc. NEW ORLEANS. November It Gold, lOajywlOOJi'. New York siaht, 'a' discount. LJNI0N, November 14 Consols money, it.) rt; account, t. I.10; Illinois Central. M ; IVnnsylva Ucailini;. l-i'i; Erie, 20; prelrrred, itJj; . '20 of l-t;7. K.'J; 10-4U.S 109 'i; new 5n, 106 ,'4; 4is, U 6 e -interest. NEW YORK, November 14. Money mar ket eay, :t" 1 tier cent. Prime mercantile paper, 43i P r cent. The hssist aut treasjrer dihbuis"d Customs receipts, $374,- CJ0. CiearibKs f M.'iOJ.OtJtJ. Sterling ex chimjje baokeiu' bills stronif, 4"ljj; niuht exi hane on New York, 4r-r. t-S.'lil, IOO'b Cariyir.i rat f, Z'i 'J per cent. Borrowing rate', II it.Jji 1 1 p- r cent, (iovernment bonds weie t-ttontr an l in vny active demand; coupons of 1I, U'.; 1SC5, new, lW'i; l.";7, lfV'a; 1".H. l"Jw,i; new is, 105 78; l'JV's: 4h, 10T'1 H ; 10-4, reni'tercd, 1 J7 1 j : lG-4lK coupona, 10i,'a; enrrtney G', 1211s. Slate bonds wtre ht.'aiiy; Tennessee, old, o0: Tennrs ste. new, is5: Virginia, old, 22'4; Yir piui., new, 2; Ustouri Us, 105g. It til;ad LobU wtri buoyant. Denver and lito iirnnde tiists advanced U per cent., and Terre llauU income 4 percent. Wubasn ccn veitio'es and New Jersey Central were also strong and lrhfcr. The stock market was uctive avuin to-day, with a still further im provement in paces. The advance ranged from Si to 1 per cen in the general list, but Western Union, New Jersey Central and Iron Mountain were exceptions, Gelling up to 'J4, 2' and 1! per cent, respectively. Vetern L'nion, Like Shore, Northwestern, fct. P.i.l, and .Delaware, Lackawanna and Western were most jronnnent in point of activity. In the closing sales Western Union eluded a reaction of 1 per cent., and the re mainder of the ht fell Irom to J4' percent. Iruin ti;e highest point. A featuie of tho market to-day was the activity in investment febarcs, and jcoticeably Rock Island, which rose lo lly. New Yoik Central advanced 1 per cent, and Illinois Central ;1f per cent. TransactiOiis aggiceated 171 IRtu shires, cl which :KAt0 were Erie, 20.000 Lake Shore, 20Mt Wabasb, tSi 0'-M Northwestern common and 16,000 prtteired, 4W-0 Rock Island, 7000 St. Paul common and 4"jX) preferred, 16,000 Lackawanna, oOt'O L'cicn Pacific, 48,000 Western I'nio-, 1U'. Iron Mountain, 4000 Mi-suuri, Kansa-i nnd Texas. Closing prices: Western Union, 9-i.Js ; lj jicksilver,9if ; Q lick silver preferred, H I; Pacific Mail, lo;l4; Mariposa, 2; MaripAaa ;re!eired. 3; Adams express, 106; Well k Farco ex press, 90; American express, 48; lnited States cxprtsi, 47; New York Centra!, lll'f; Erie, 19'2'; Erie preferred, 32; Har leai. Mit-b'iiun Centra!. 6N,; Pana ma, 122; L'nion Pacific, 67a; Like Shore, l,-i'4; Illinois Central, 79 !4'; Cleveland and Pitisburg, fll'M; North western, 4:'. 2; North western pretnrred, 76' ; Cleveland. Colum- .. l- Oil. V tius, Cincinnati ana inui mapoiis, .if Jersey Central, 82su; Rock Island, 118; St Paul, :t2!f; St. Paul preferred. 04; Wa bash. 22;U'; Fort Wayne, 1004; Tene Haute, 2: Terre llaute preferred, Chicigo and Alton, tW1,'; ChicaiO and Alton pre ferred, tfS; Ouio and Misfis&ippi, 8; Del aware, Lackawanua and Western, 52 ; At lantic and Pacific telegraph cjmpany, 29; Mmsouri Pacific, 1 '.' : Chicago, Burlington and (jumcy, 11J ; lLnn bal and St. Joseph, li"'B; Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 41; Central Pacific bd?; 10733; Union P.vciGc bondt, 107l4'; Union PaciBc land gmnf, 10; Union Pac tic sinking funds, 102 '4 COTTON. Our cotton market wus again active yes terday, and the faiei were the largest made hiihcrto this Jion in one daj-, they a uonnted to ,V.itWalee. taken principally by exporters. Pi ices were very strong, tuking the (iiotatiocs as a baM?; so ftrong, indeed, thst it is claimed that 9o was commonly le cetved for middling. The quotutiou t-mor-iow, unless fouie ct-eck ensue, will probably reach that figure. This is upon the regular t le tia .ling; it is asseit d that some cotton markets aie classing beyond the tpe grade, und in that w.iy a;pejr t be obtaining a bijht r price than is reaily gaine.l. The di niitad in our market was good for ail grades. The M?r York Jl.illttin, ol' Tuesday, reportst The powiiinn generally has shown a fcraaUr tjjclinatiou Ui weakntsj than to stienglb, ud while a timidity about selling 'short' pre vailed, there was scarcely anything that cjuld Ie ca'led direct or positive demad." 4Jottou Cirbtoxe UaolntlOMd. SlanSarH Inumanufnu uuuairwntKm. Tntrn1.it. JI11 y tiiPrrt. Ordinary Nominal. Nominal. Hood oidl-iary h! U L)wmU.d.liiti S,4 'T ti4 Ml.MlliiR ff4 'I ?4 tio.KlnildOtlim W "S . " ftlld llli. lair Koiuloal. Nominal. Market strong at ipiotationB. Bales, tCOO bale, of which 4000 were to exporters, 600 to spinners, and 200 to speculators. J(ton Mtatcmrnt. Cotton Excbinok I MKMi'Bis. Novemher 14, IH18 ( tftock on hand Septeuitier 1 becelved lo-day Uecelved previously 17... 4..! J 4'i.iJ() VC4 ehtpp1 to-day Snipped previously Stock, running account IMPOSTS. Thus fr this week Thus lar last week Slnco September 1st K-.5 54.4.17 4.72 S f. iVWJ 4S.SH4 J1,87 1S.72H 5:,4h: Mmrlilj and Charleston rnl!r.-ad iiiW 3Iissllppl mid Tennpse Kallrod 4S4 L ail-lli, N ii'iville mid Ureal southern R.K. .r.r'J Ptd.n'ali Hint Memphis ral.rouil 1"2 M-ni(ihN mid Little It'wk railway oil4 bt gainers 1.4 J I WHgoiu and other sources 7imi Total .4, 4-13 .4.4."1 EX POUTS. Thus far ttiW weeic.. Thus fur list ncek 127 5.V:1 fl'M i:i5 w K(iO 135 825 New Y'ork spot ttl nee tSepteuiliei- lal M. A- C. It. K M. t f. ii. fleamers. s )u!h Kyrail, nonli Hi rail, mh:Ui Total The following are the quotati-.ns for yesterday Ordinary, iJ6c; good ordinary, S7 ljj;low middling. 'J l-16c; middling. 'J'li: good midddne, mid AUnrr t:iir. K".. At 10:09. eay; 12:1). firm; 2:10, eteadj; :, strong. Sale?, 1214 l;,es- ,-,11 The following is the latest New York tele- grnm of InMir'--: !! L-J'irr. jianuu?... "U ury. SliiKU...,. April Stay Juna July Au'.lht iep:eiiiter. . .rvtoher ll.57? it.ns '. 7 '.i.-1 V4 9 o.t,? I'lU.1 t.f5 il.7er .mf hrt H.iH10.0i 10.0S.7 10.01 lO.ltfi? 10.17 & ... .9 a VM'ftl U.'.i-i W.44(? M.4I Sl.lCtK 10 :tf ID.d.'i 10.14'?10.1H 10.2-ii71U.25 It if iJ U.SHtr .3'. 11.44'f- V 45 ivemiMT . . BlUtXT tone of the future market wa ai tol- low.: At lOte, weak; 10:43, steady; 12:30, firm; 2, firm; 3:.0, barely steady; 8:15, steady. Sales. 69,000. The New Orleans market closed steady at 9lJc for middling. Sales. 5:500 bales; receipts, net, t.9ll bales: stock, t,C5 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported the market steady; middling uplands, 5sd; Orleans. Od. Sales, 10.000 bale; American, hales. Receipt. 2i,300 bales; American, 2O..'50O balrs. Liverpool arrivals opened at fid lower; January-February, 5 11 16 J; February March. 51: March-April, 5 13-32J: April May, 5 7-10 J; at the close arrivals were tirni; December-January. 5; May-June, O.'ijd. I he movements at the ports were reported as follows: 1,1X1 ,This Week Week. 'IjiAt Year. i:t.HHt5 Irt4..t21 S2.S51 4-J.7HS 1 tf ,:i"H J15..rw2 47v.ar2 57e,:71 Hf RectsslnM Kildat 14j :ia7 Kip'lstoii HiHalr. 47.14l KiU IstoCoutlnelit Stock i so.tmi r:J7.:i72 UENEKAL TRADE. The weather was cool and cloudy and quite favorable to business, but in the ab sence of any new receipts of produce, there was not mu.h c'jano troan the rates of the precedicg day, feid there was rather less activity. Corn was entirtly stagnant, noth icg ctf.-ringand the inquiry dormant; last sales at 4Sj. Oats sale or a lot of 300 sacks ot Ohio river at 2s?. liran was inactive; the la-t sales on the landing were at f 13; corn bran, f 9' 10. The retail inquiry was good at "z. lla'j showed some activity for good to choice qualities; sales of 300 bales of good prime at f 13(5 14; 23 bales at 13 75. Corn nteal wa Vrry quitt iit.f i 15 a barrel, t Jour temained unchanged, with a good demand and rates 6rm, quoting at 3 75C45 75 a bar rel for the grades ordinarily used. Potatoes have not yet assumed importance in the market, and sales are to only a moderate ex tent; early rose, $2 25 by the dray load; and peachblows aid russets, $2 40. A rounu lot ot peachblows and russeU was on the landing; f 1 05 wis offered for them, but not accepted. Siceet Potatoet, $1 25 a barrel; choice, $1 50. Apples only store sales; three dray-loads of Rome beauties brought 2 25 a barrel; quotations in store, for good, $2 25a3 a barrel. Onions quiet at f 1 a barrel on the landing; in store, reds, f.2; yellow skins, $ 2 25 a barrel. Cab bage plentiful at f 78 a hundred head; crates, 3 25. Turnips, in store, 75c a barrel. Pars nips, $2 25 a barrel. Eggs were quiet and lower, 16"'. 17c a dczen. Ch ckens in fair supply, wih a good demand, at $23, the latter for good hens. Turkeys, f Soj. 10; some fine ones brought f 12(S 14. The first lot of dressed turkeys made their appearance; they were held at 15c a pound. Ducks a sale or two was made at 2 75. Geese are slow; a few fine ones brought $5 a dozen ; f 3 50(a 4 is a more general rate. Butter common, 10tel2;; medium, 14(;18j; choice, 20 22o. Ilogs, 4g(5c by the carcass. Beef quarters fore, 2) ci 3c a pound; hind, o'a'aoc. Game deer, bj-il83j equirrels, fl 50 per dozen; quails, f 1 50 per dozon; rabbits, f2(U2 25 per dozen; Reel foot lake perch, 6c per pound. Oranges, 5C'i5 50. Lemons, fO. Grapes, catawaba, 12c a pound. California Pears, $4(a4 50 a box. Nu's almonds, Taragona, 19-; Brazilian, 9c; pecans, Texas, IOj; filberts 14c; peanuts, 4c per pound; cocoa, $5 per hundred. Dried Fruit apples, 3c lor old, and 5c for new; peaches, 31iu.5c. Cranberries, $7 50 6 a barrel. Bums rrediuni Davy, 2 2 25 a bushel. L'me, 90il. Salt, $1 25 per barrel. Hides were in good demand; dry tlint, 14c; dry salt, lOtallc; green, 56c; green s ill, 6i 7c. Talloic, 5'aC Beeswax, 225. Provisions clear bacon sides, packed, 5'bC; clear rib sides, packed, 48(i5e; shoul ders, packed, 4JLi4c; clear porksides,loose, 4n'c; clear rd pork, loose, 4585;',c; mefs pork, fS 75(g9; sugar-cured hams, packed, 9Ji(10,l4'c; breakfast bacon, packed, 8 & Sc. Lard tierces, 7c; pails, 78(a.8c. Ine St. Louis Republican, of Wednesday, re ports as follows: -Grain is active, especially wheat and corn futures; flour in good de maud and prices well sustained. The re ceipts of hogs during the past week were 190.724Jigaint:t 149,740 for the week previous and 97,6 15 for the coi responding week last year. The quality of lbs receipts was fair, though it is generally conceded that the hogs are ol good Tize, but not in quite as good condition as those of former eeasous. Packers have been enabled to pDsecute slaughtering operations quite actively during the week, and some of the houses were running to their tull capacity. Nearly all the houses are now engaged, and the few remaining will prob ably commence operations during the com ing week. The capacity of the houses has been somewhat increased during the past twelve months, and the aggregate packing of Chicago for the season of 1878-79 will prob ably exceed that of the previous season." The New Y'ork Bulletin states that an ex tensive business is doing at St. Johns, New Brunswick, in the shipment of potatoes to the United States, 45,000 bushels, valued at 50c per bushel, having been cleared this eeason at the United State consul's office. I BY TELEGRAPH.! LOUISVILLE, November 14. Flour quiet. Wheat firm; red. 88(i&9j; amber and white, 90(i93;. Corn quiet; white, 40c; mixed, 3So. Oats stnady; white, 24j; mixed, 23c. Rye quiet, 53e. ITay in fair demand, f 9 9 50. Pork nominal. Lard strong; choice leaf, tierce, 7c; keg. 8c. Bulk meats stronger, 2,W2;M. 4, 48 4,14c Baoon easier, 8, 4A4 (4 4)c. Sugar-cured hams nominal. Whisky steady, 1 04 CHICAGO, November 14. Flour strawy. Wheat unsettled but generally lower; No. 2 red winter, 87c; No. 2 spring Chicago, 80 cash. Corn active, firm and higher unset tied ; 32 7.c cash. Oats in good demand and prices a shade higher, 19,5b(2:19c. Rye steady. Barley steady; extra No. 3, 44(oi 49c. Pork unsettled, opened strong and higher; closed at inside prices, f6 756 80 cHhh. Lard in fair demand but at lower rates, 57B? cash. Bulk meats dull and prices a shade lower; shoulders. 5,Vic; short rib, 4.20c; Bhort clear, 4aac. Whisky steady and in fair demand at $1 (J6. CINCINNATI, November 14 Flour quiet. Wheat fair demand and firm; red and white, 85(i 95c. Corn dull and prices it shade lower. 31 ta 33c. Oats quiet, but firm, 20(i2tc. Rye dull, 49c. Barley dull and nominal. Pork Grm;old,t77 25; new, f8 25 seller all the year. L ird higher; steam, 5.90c; -kettle no-ninal Bulk meats firmer; shoulders, 2lc; short rib, ofljc bid 4c asked; short ciear nominal. B ixed meats in good demand; sales of shoulders, 3.05c, seller De cember; .5 10c. seller first half of the month of December; short elear, 4,40c, seller No- yember. Bacon in fair demand, 3, 4f, 45uc. Whisky steady and in fair demand, 1 C4. Butter quiet. NEW Y'ORK, November 14. Flour dull; sjperfine western and State, $3 253 65. Wheat nominally unchanged; ungraded win ter red, fl C3Sl07;,.j. Rye firmer; No. 2 western, SSj (s 594'c. Bailey heavy; two rowed State, 75c. Malt quiet. Corn dull; ungraded, 4347c. OaU firmer; No. 3, 30c Hay quitt. Hops quiet. Coffee dull and heavy. Sugar quiet; fair to good rpfin:.pg. 7(37.l4c. Molasses quiet; New Or leans, ;i-3.a46;. Rice in fair demand; Caro lina, 5i6Jo Lwisirna, T)Kift64c. Pork dull; mess, $7 65. Beef iuiet but firm. Cut meats steady; western long clear mid dles, 4y 4?b; short clear, 58 c. Lard de press -d; prime steam, 6.225a(S6 27Jc. Whisky steady, 1 09. NEW ORLEANS, November 14. Flour superEne, f3(33 25; double extra, $3 75; treble extra, 4(i4 75; high grades, $4 75 5 25 Corn, 54(S56a Oats, 33(34c. Corn meal irregular, $252 30. Hay quitt and weak; choice, $15. Pork firmer, held at at 8 25. Lard tierce, 6li (a 6;3c; keg, ltd, 7I4'o. Bulk meats shoulders, new. 43. Ba con shoulders, 3?8'c; clear rib, 4J4C; clear, 5c. Rugar-cnred hams old, 93(1 10c; new, lt(?ll;;c. Whisky western rectified, f 1 05 (i 1 10. Coffee cargoes, crd;nary to prime, Yl' 154 e, gold. Sugar irregular; com mon to good common, 4)4 (a5c; fair to fully fair, 5&g5j4C; prime to choice, C6c; yellow clarified, 6?4'7i Molasses com mor, 22221c; fair, 2628c; prime to choice, 29!? 35 , Rice Loiiuiana ordinary to choice, SSo'eC Brcn, 72;Cl7oc. mYER NEWS. Weather and Rivera. The table and dispatches below giva official particulars concerning the weather and rivers: OrricK signal skrvicb Obs.. U. 8. A., 1 IMkmphis, Novrmber 14. 187H. f Above low Chantres. BT4TIOKS. TttsA I Vnll Feet 1 inches. inches lnchei Ciiro ! 8 rt 5 Cincinnati 10 O 2 Davenport 2 X 1 Dubiwue 4 O Helena. Arif. Keokuk....?; 4 4 1 ....... Leavenwoitb 6 U 1 Little Bock Louisville. 2 4 Memphis S 5 1 Nashville 1 7 1 New Orleans 13 10 1 Plttabunr 7 O 2d gbreveport 1 1 I St. Louis. 9 7 1 Vicksburg Beiew hluh water mark of 1H74. V. M. NKAL. Private, Signal Corpi, V. B. A. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS TESTERPAY. Time. Bar. her Wind, j JjJ J Weather. 7:O0 a. m. :l)21 4d N.E. ! fair! 2:tK p.m. a).t:i r5 N. j Icioudy. W:'W p.m. Wll 5rt N.E. ' y 1 r. Mainuuin thermometer, rirf deg. Aliulmum thermometer, 45 deg. f. M. NKAL. Private, alg. Ser., U. S A. By Telegraph. Nashville, November 14. River falling, 19 inches on the shoal. Ljttlb Rock, November 14 Weather cloudy and cool. River on a aland. LouwviiXE, Novenibe; 14. Papartad, Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati. River rising, 5 feet 10 inches in the canal. Cincinnati, November 14 Noon. River 11 feet and rising. Weather fair and cool. Departed: U. P. Schenck, New Orleans Night River rising. Clear and cool. Vicksbcko, November 14. Weather fair; thermometer 67. Arrived: Grand Tower, St. Louis, noon; Paris C. Brown, New Or leaas; John B. Maude, New Orleans, 2 p.m. New Oki.kans, November 14. A'rived: John Dippold and barges, St. Louis; Golden Rule, Cincinnati. Departed: Laura Lee, Cincinnati; Henry Frank, Memphis. Weather cloudy and cool. Pittsburg. November 14 Noon. River 6 feet 8 inches and rising. Weather clear and cool. The Monogahela, at Brownsville, ia 8 feet 3 inche and rising; the Alleghany, at Oil City, is 4 feet 6 inches and falling Night River 7 feet and rising. Weather fair and cool. Cairo, November 14 Noon. Arrived: A. C. Donally. Cincinnati; Belle Memphis, Vicksburg. Departed: Belle Memphis, St. Louis. Cloudy; mercury 90.. ..Night Arrived: Joe Kiny, Memphis, 9 p.m.; Corona. Pitts burg; Andy Baum, Memphis; City of Helena, St. Louis; Cons Millar, Cincinnati. De parted: Joe Kinney, St. Louis, 10 p.m.; Co rona, New Orleans, 10 p.m.; Andy Baum. Cincinnati; Cons Millar, Memphis, 11 p.m. Clear and pleasant. Movements at the Ivee. ARRIVALS. Ouachita Belle, Arkansas City; If. C. Yeager, New Orleans; Geo. W. Cheek, Friars Point. DEPARTURES. Annie P. Silver, New Orleans; Silver thorne, Evansville; H. C. Y'eager, St. Louis; Osceola Bell, Osceola; Geo W. Cheek, Friars Point; Phil Allin, Prentiss; Ouachita Belle, Arkansas City. BOATS DUE. Down City of Helena, A. C. Donally, Corona. Cons Millar. Up Coahoma, A. J. White, Grand Tower, Thompson Dean. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Friars Point Coahoma, Henry Cooper master, 5 p.m. Helena A. J. White, Wm. J. Ashford master, 5 p.m. Cincinnati Cons Millar, Wm. Tichenor master, 5 p.m. Nv Orleans A. C. Donnally, Henry U. Hart master, 4 p.m. Vicksbcro City of Helena, I. H. M'Kee master, 10 a.m. St. Louis Grand Tower, Geo. Lennox master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Ouachita Belle 492 bales cotton, 74 bags seed, 866 eks cotton-seed, 40 pkgs sundries. Georga W. Cheek 221 bales cotton, 436 sks cotton-seed, 18 pkgs sundries. H. C. Yeager 40 hhds sugar, 51 brls sugar, 89 brls molasses. Annie P. Silver 5 bales cotton, 3 coops turkeys, 50 hogs. Levee Paragraphs. Business brisk. Packets going out with good-trips. The river yesterday at this point receded one inch. The new steamer Corona is due down to day tor New Orleats. Captain S. S. Lewellin, of the tug DeSoto, goes east to-day by rail. The Yellowstone passed down on Wednes day night without landing. The Illinois 'a repairs will be done in time for her to go out next Tuesday. The Garrett and barges passed down yes terday morning for New Orleans. The S lvenhorn departed for Evansville with several let of way freight and fifteen passengers. Receipt by the river yesterday were 716 bales cotton, 71 bags seed-cotton, 1302 sacks cotton-seed. Major John D. Adams left last evening by rail for Little Rock, and will return here on Sunday next. The Marlin Speed will have her repairs done in time to leave again to-morrow evening for Arkansas river. The great Thompson Dean, Captain James H. Pepper, is dus to-day from New Orleans, and returns again to-morrow evening. The Ouachita Belle, on her recent trip up, made the run from Friars point to Helena, fourteen miles, in fifty five minute. Captain F. Brooks went out on the Ouachita Belle yesterday evening "to distribute sacks for the Memphis cotton-seed association. Captain James Rees has gone to Mound City to bring out the Belle of Texas. She will probably enter some of our local trades. The City of Helena, Captain I. H. M'Ke . is the Anchor-line packet this morning at ten o'clock for Vicksburg. Geo. Walton is her clerk. The Grand Tower, Captain Geo. Lennox is the Anchor-hne packet this evening at five o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. Thos. White is her clerk. The city engineer has been on the levee for the past day or two, surveying between Union and Beale streets, preparatory to repairing that part of the levee. The elegant passenger packet A. C. Don nally, Captain Henry U. Hart in command, passes down to-day for New Orleans. Ed A. Donnally is her attentive clerk. The A. J. White, Captain Wm. J. Ash ford in command, is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Helena and all way land ings. Marlin Jones is her clerk. The Coahoma, Captain Henry Cooper on deck, is the regular packet this evening at Sve o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and all way landings. Wm. Smither is her clerk. The steamers' clerks are beginning to make a grand kick because the merchants do not remove their freight promptly. Remember that by pulling together everything will go smoothly. Where, oh where are tloae red ribbon men? They have gone where the woodbine twineth, or believing the epidemic yet in the land, they are taking preventives in the shape of toddies, The Annie P. Silver got away yesterday morning for New Orleans. She added here 542 bales cotton. 1000 cakes oil-meal, 800 sacks oil-cake and 10 tons way freight. She bad To cabin passengers and 60 on deck. The Cons Millar, Captain Wm. Tichenor, ill be found in port this morning receiving for her return trip. She leaves this evening at five o'clock for all points on the Ohio river as lar as Cincinnati. Captain James Wilson is her clerk. St. Louis Times, of Tuesday, says: "The funeral of Captain J. P. Y'oung took place at half-past one o'clock yesterday evening. Irom his late residence, on M Nair avenue. The pall-bearers were: Messrs. J. L. Hubs, J. E, Blyth, R. M. Brown and Charles Oean. Ihe remains were deposited in Belle- fontaine cemetery. Captain Young had some fifteen thousand dollars insurance on his life, which will place his family in com fortable circumstances. The Red-Cloud, Cap tain Jno. A. Williams, is being thoroughly overhauled and put in complete order, after which she will go south for the winter. She may enter the Memphis and Arkansas river trade." Ease Attainable by the Rhenmatle. Yes, although they may despair of relief, it Is at tainable by rheumatic sufferers, for there is a remedy Which carries p(T, by means of Increased activity of the kidneys Important channels for blood pur idea tlon the acrid element to which pathologists the most eminent attribute the painful symptoms a theory completely borne out by urinary analysis. The came of this grand depurentis Hosteller's Bit ters, a preparation likewise celebrated as a remedy for constipation, which causes contamination of the blood with the bile -and a certain means of relief In dyapepsln, fever and ague, and nervous ailments. It 1, perhaps, the ilnesi tonic extant, and la highly recommended as a medical stimulant by distin guished physicians and analysts who pronounce it to be eminently pure and very beneficial. The press aUo indorses it An Imperial Crown is a mere bauble, but the crown qf beauty, conferred on fie bead which nature has neglected to embel II at or time has robbed of Its Native Hue, by CJTADOHrS JIAIK DYK, B ,'"J Its Dark Luster If renewed at intervals To the Close of Life. Peerless among thousands of preparations that promise much and perfo m nothing, stands Crlstadoro's Hair PrestryatlYe, a valuable adjunct to the Dye, In dressing and pro moting the growth and perfect health of the hair, and or itself, when used alone a safeguard that protects the fibres from dec y nnder all circum stances and under an climes. Manufactured by J. CBJSTADOKO, No. 93 William street. New York. &old by tH Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss ot manhood, etc, I will send a receipt that will cure yon, FBEB OF CHABGK, ThU great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Bend a self-addressed envelope to Her. Joseph T, Inman, Station D. Bible House, Nea Tork. Hippr tidings for nervous sufferers, and those who have been dosed, drugged and quacked. Pulver- macher'a Electric Belts effectual ryrure premature debility, weakness and decay. Book and Journal, with Information - ii Ihoiutenda, mailed tree. Ad dree PDLVKBMAcaw, Ualvaoto Co., Clnciniatl, ouio. C. W. HEISKELL, Attorney- ett law, No 41 9tadison street Betas XI 83. Planters Ins. Bnlldlna Esq. E. W. Caldwell HAVING returned to his office. No. 12 WesfCourt atreer with a prompt and efliclent force, con sisting of OptalnC. T. SMITH, Deputy Sheriff, will uIta a rep iff M nri VillAnt All rluf ma IntmataH tr htm or to his oftlca. Insurance Notice. THE office of the Connectteut Mutual Life Insur ance Company la open tor business. Partle desiring to mafce Proof of Dealh will please call at our offise. jio. d. wurs.i ich i cu.. General Agents, 43ft Madlton street. Porter.Taylor t Co ST. LOUIS, Mo., October 2t!, 1878. Our oftlce at SL Louts will be closed on November 5th, at which time wo will return to Memphis, where our business is going on. and Kill be continued as heretofore. Parties having cotton to sh'p, will here after send It to us at Memphis. Dunns our absence we have visited the large cities and made heivy purchases or BAtJGlN'G, TIES i LOUR, and all other articles necessary to a full and comp.'e'e stock, which will be forwarded to Memphis in a few days and offered to the public at the lowest rates. We buy exclusively for cash, and olTer our friends the benefit ot advantages thus obtained. Our Cotton warehouse at Memphis is now open, and consignments made to ns there will receive our most caieful attention. We are prepared to make liberal cash advances, and will be thankful foiuall business Intrusted to us. Very respectfully, etc PORTER. TAYLOR ft CO, K. M. APPER30N. G. V. BAMB 4.UT. E. Il, Apperson Co. GROCERS, COTTOX FACTORS, AND Commission Merchants 238 and Front and Jefferson Sis., MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. d?"Keep Rlwnys on hand a well selected stock of Plantation Supplies. Cotton a specially. Liberal advances made on consignments. A. J. VAUGHAN & CO. HAVE RE-OPENED, AND ARK NOW PREPARED TO Fill Orders and Handle Cotton TO THE BEST ADVANTAGE. F. B. HAYNES & CO. pjAVK re-opened their Office, and are prepared to take care of all Cotton consigned to them. October 26, 1878. HARPMANN & BR0 MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF CIGARS, And Jobbers in Tobacco and Pipes, 286 MAIN STREET. WE have the largest stock of Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes In the South est, and ali orders that our Friends und the Public generally may favor uswlth will receive prompt and satisfactory atten" tlon. HARPMANN 4 BRO. ' C.L.BY MANU1 MANUFACTURING JEWELERS AND DEALERS IN Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, Silverware, Silver-plated Ware, 275 JfAIW STHEET. 275 LOOS JvAKGfi'S Southern Corset Manufactory, WHOLESALE RETAIL. 3S3 MA IX ST. OPEN again with the lar gest stock of Fine ana Very Lov-Iria.tt Corsets. New lines of Abdomen Cor Bt, Nursing Corsets, Inva lid's Corsets, Werley Corsets. Misses' Cutsets, extra stout Corsets; improved Abdomen Supporters, Shoulder Braces and Skirt Supporters. Best Corset Sleeis in the city; Whalebone Corset Laces and Pads GOODS SENT C. O. V. IS 3ES W 3E5 gS 9 COTTON GIN & MILL IS now ready to Gin all Cotton confined to me, COR. SECOND and JACKSON. Sacks furnished for Seed-Cotton on apcl cation. All cotton con signed to me win De iuny insured, manning my Friends and the Public for past favors. I resoeotf ully solicit a continuance of the same, hoping to deserve the patronage heretofore so liberally extended to me. wm. tsEyjua. J.W.ROWLETT, COTTOX FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 355 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Memphis Cooperage ADD Manufacturing Com'y. OX AMI AFTER JWOVEMBKIt FIKHT WE will be able to fill all orders for OIL-BARRELS. MOLASSES-BARRELS. KEGS, of all sizes, and SLACK COOPERAGE, In any quantity. We have succeeded in getting a large stock of the best material on band before we were compelled to suspend oneratlons on account of the crevalllns epidemic All orders addressed to the secretary. No. in aaaison street, win, alter tne above date, secure prompt attention. Memphis Cooperage & MT g Co. XT J. MlTlBRMOTT. )ft!ffta.TT. C. P. HUNT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS And Commission Merchants. rrHIS house Is now open, fully supplied to fill o i aera irom uieir customers. Consignments of Cotton Solicited. 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY-, A rfttfularlT educated and le?allr qualified phjaician &al tha most successful, his practice will prove. Cures all forms of PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SEXUAI DIS EASES. , Spermatorrhea and Impotency, s the resist of ilf-abue in youth, sexual ext.eses in ma ttirermr. or other c:ucs, "itl productu onie o f tht fi-1 Irving .. Reels: NervoudDe, Bt niinai Koih-u oa. (ni'h: rui don ov dreamjj. li ruas of bit lit. Infective Mt-mery, Fhr. r alDecay, PiiulRsoo Face, Aversion t Society of rVLial, Confusion' of U'-id, I-oss of feexu;il Power, ic, rvrjd. rina; marriage improper or tmhani-v, are thcrouphij; and DvnLa-Di-dUt cur-i. SYPHlJj IS F0""" CU1V1 aa1 ea tirWr r-iin:iLed fn. m tue sxsu-u; Gonorrhea, GLEET, Stnctar. OivUiis. Here .a, w litmr,, u:nl p4ate tliieas;. quickly cured. H a ttif-v ideal that a phy siciau n bo pay special attatioa to a certain cla-s of diseases, and trt-atiup tho jaan aaii i alljr, acquires jcrcat skUL Phyaicians knuitgtbi (an often rfjomo'-nd persons to mr care. TYli'rn it i inconvenient to Tisit th city for tmunetit, meJWnea can be ent prWatelj an-. saly f,y u,uil or i press &.nyvbcre. Cures Guaranteed in all Cases undertaken. (.ouuiutioii perofiaH7 or by letter fre and lUTltw! Chargea reaaCuaMe and correspondence tUi'.iy eoufidtuual. PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of 200 pages, iit ta any address, srenrety aea'.ed, for thirty 30) ce'uu. fcaould b read br ail. Address as abovo k . fm o i w ,n u P. W. Pun.-ava a to 4 M Cotton Ginning HAYDEN Sc CO., Cor. Poplar and Fourth street", Memphis. Tenn. WE have opened our Gin House and respectfully solicit the patronage of our customers and friends. We have put our Gins in fine running order, and are satisfied that no other Gin In the city can Burnajn in in tumino mit and oualltv of Sample. Sacks furnished to all res pons! hie parties to ship to our uic All Gottun consigned w us win do msureu wnue on river and in Gin iiouse. UAUVKX aV CO. Sdioolfield, Hanauer & Go. Wholesale Grocers AND COTTOX FACTOKS, 250 Front Street, Memphis, OFFER to the Trade the following goods, just received: 1000 brls Cole's Celebrated Floor, G000 hdls Ties, 2000 rolls Having, 700 bags Coffee, 100 packages Kew 51;lases, And a Large and well Selected Stock ol everjr Article in our Line. Tlianliinjr onr Friends for past favors, we solicit Orders for Goods and Sl:ip ments of Cotton. Memphis, Tens, Novemlier U, 187S. WHOLESALE AND WE will, on the first of November open our New House, No. 324 Main street, opposite our old stand, where we will be prepared to meet our custom ers and the Trade generally, with the most exten sive Stock we have ever offered in the Market, and at lowest prices. JOYNER, LEMMON & GALE. Memphis, October 2P. 1878. J Young Ladies' School AND No. 196 Tlii rtl Street. CLARA COST WAY, Principal. MISS LICY HULL, Kirst Assistant. (3f Studies will be resumed Monday, November 11. 1878. CAMPBELL, EDMONDS & CO., Will Re-open November 1st. Orders Solicited. COTTON WAREHOUSE NOTICE. TJR Store and Cotton Warehouse is now open. Ail Orders for Goods, and consignments of Cotton and other Produce shall have the best attention consistent with existing facilities. Soliciting the patronage of our friends and the public, we are, very respectfully, GUY, IHLLARI) & COFFIN. Cotta-sBBi Ass'n. rytHE office of this Assocla'lon will be REOPENED 1. tor busings on THURSDAY, October 24, 1 878. Planters and others who desire to ship us good Seed, are Invited to send crd rs lor sacks, which will be furnished as promptly as possible. Our friends are aeain cautioned against mixing old with new, or bad iln good seed. John It. Wallaway, uciocer I - i x i x. taecre ary nnn i rwHsnrer. BOR THE SPEEDY CURE of Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist nas the ingre dients. DR JAUUE3 & CO., 1,'iO West Sixth street. Cincinnati. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE Made and Repaired bv 31 Second street. I3LOM22 AAOT. "Y)7"E inform our friends and the public generally that we are ready for business again, and hope to receive a liberal share of public putrotngo. Hjuse and General Painting, Kalsomlnlng, Paper Hang ings, Window-shades, etc. Country orders promptly attended to. hook: & i.ataiiM,, 2i9 Meconrt street. . S. BRUCE & CO. DEALERS IN CARRIAGES, Carriage and Wagon Hardware IKON, WOODWORK, VAKXISHES, PAIMTS, ETC o. 37 and 39 Monroe Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE,' Have opened and are now ready for SHAW,DAVIS&CO. REAL ESTATE BROKERS And General Land AgentM, 17 MAWI803S STREET, ARE here, ready to sel', lease, mortgage or pur chase houses, lots and Dlantations, and trans act a general agency business. Come to see us. Our air. Jno. m, naw is not aeaa, hs rei uneu. SWEET ppissipi It AVY Cliewini JJfc . . . . . . r, . t, P.YnAsiticm for Awarded ftyflw jtriz u, wiiwiw j , T- 'art.r of r,iMe;ig 4 fiacoring. The best oboco eTr mafie. Ai our blue Btrlp trade-mark Js closel, iuiitHteil on inferior froodx. that Jaekmn't But H ot every pluir. Sold by nil dealers. Send for amjW free to C. A. JcitsoM A 'o- Mfr,.. Petersburg. V CARVER GIN and MACHINE CO. Manufacturers of COTTO.Y-GIJfS AND PRESSES. Repairing: Cotton-Gins a Specialty, Corner Shelby and M'Call Btreets. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Com pany Stockholders Meeting. rjnHK Annu U convention of the Stockholders of the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Company will bejheld on Wednesday, November 20,"1878, at the Feabody Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee, which Directors will be elected for the ensuing year. certificates of stock will pass the owner to and from the meeting. 8- H. LAMB. Secretary. REAIH READ! READ! SOIi COLEMAN'S CIGAR HOUSE, 316 MAIN ST., 19 again open for business. Nrw Goods sold at Eastern p jes! Coleman's POPULAR Brands of Cigar Is now offered to the trade at a Great Sacri fice, retail or wholesale. Seldenberg's, Key West and French imported Cigars reduced ten percent. CALL AND OSS US. Ktiaa Concha. for 2. C!T". TO THE Mil PnMc. ON the ftrteenth of August the Commercial Hotel was closed. On the first of November the house will ba reopened for city boarders and tran sient custom. There never has been a case of sick ness in the hous eiiurlng the epidemic, and 1 guar antee to all who patronize me, well ventilated rooms and good fare. Rites moderate. DAVID HASTINGS, Proprietor. THE STATE FEMALE COLLEGE. TEE friends cf this well-known and long estab lished institution, bltuated at Greenw od, near Memphis, are hereby notlllfd that, after a temporary suspension, it wtl be reopened on the FIRST MON DAY after the 20th day of November, ready for the reception of pupils. Its extensive buildings have been thoroughly overhauled, and every step possible will betakeu for the convenience and comfort of Its inmates. ITur terms for the remainder of the fall session, apply to HARRIET N. COLLINS, ' President of the Faculty. JIimphis, November 11, ls78. GOODS L. C TREADWFJLL. X. ii. Tit PUR tpahwrtt (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 1 1 Union Street, lemphie, Tenn. -Consignments of Cotton solicited and Liberal Advances made on samp. All Cotton Insured while In store, as well as that coiisigned to us by r'.vtr. tiniest, olhvrwie Instructed. J. T. FARGASOX. JAMES WHOZ.E3AXE irocers and Cotton Factors 369 iVont and 32 Clinton Sis., Memphis. 31. Wavln. Jolm M.Suiiivaa, 1VL G-avin Wholesalo Grocers. Cotton Factors, And Commission 3Iercliants, 2 3 2 Front Stroot, IVXptti ptiis, Tenn, Between Adams and Jefferson. Onr MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes his whole time 'to the W(-lh!ng and Sale of all Cotton intrusted to our charge We hnveourown Cotf-n Warehouse, corner Washine'cn p.nd Second W. H. HORTON & CO., Sneiessorst) BlCMiSiS, HOKTOX A CO.. Grain Dealers and Grocers, T.irvift and Comont Agents. 320 Front SJreet, Mempliis. WHOIiESAtiE Notions,Hosiery MEN'S FUKNISHIKG GOODS, 320 MAIN STREET - - MEMPHIS, - - d'29 MAIN STllEET The Onlv Motion Joubius; ilonse in Memplii.o. EDMUND ORGILL, New York, G. L. DENISON. ORGILL Our Stock of Goods is Fresh and Complete, and shall be pleased to receive your Orders. The Largest Assortment of aruware, uutiery And Jlill JSnppIies, to IRON PIPE, MACHINERY FIXTURES, GU.M AND LEATHER BELTING. NAPOLEON HILL, N, FONTAINE, ism i m r tn m m rna z-i w it- a hill, ryi lonFactors&Wiiolesale Grocers AGENTS FOR TIIE CELEBRATED 0 No. 290 and SSS Front Mr. Irby Boyd has been Admitted as a Partner in our lmslness from November 1st. A. M. BOYD & BON. A. 81. BOVI). ALSTON BOYD. IHBV BOYB, A. M. BOYD Si SONS, Have Removed to Front Street, corner Uniou?--Rooms (i, 7 and 8, Magnolia Rlock. Have never It. II. UAUUUBY. OARBERY & CASEY, Importers and Wholesale Liquor Merchants, Ko. 347 Front Street, Memphis. Tenn. J. K. GODWI.v. L. D. MLLLINS, Jr. Cotton Factors and 335 Front street, corner Union, Memphis. Particular attention given to the J. T. FETTIT Ik 00,, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, NO. 1 HOWARD ROW. On and after this date our Office and Warehouse fully solicit CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON. Our making prompt shipments. A, VACCAKO. B. VACCAEO. A. B. YACCARO. A. VACOABO & GO., IXFORTEES AND DEALEK3 IN WINES, LIQUORS Ss CIGARS No. 324 Front street. 3ff emplilf?. 1V11RP1V ItT A VISIt KV ew Orleans. STEWART, 'OlfYIlEi GO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 and 358 Front St.j jlemphis, Tenn. AXD - Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, ! onina. IMPORTER WINES, LIQTJOHS & CIGARS, No. 14 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. S, S. T3EAUWELL o Pf liis (L b THE VDWELL i RKU3.) A. HUNT. C. C. 1IE1S. Thos. t'l irk. 31. J. Clark. A S. M'NEAL. JOHN T. WILLTNS. be found in the city. JEROME HILL street, llempbis, Tenn, Closed during the Epidemic. THOJIAS CASEV. S. M. McCALLUM. Commission Merchants hand!in;of cotton while in shed will ba open. We are ready for business, and respect Iilends vsno are lnueDiea to us win gmjtiif renuve us uj It. KWYXXE. I. U. IIAYI.EY. 3leo.-pUI. empbia. AND DEALER IN EADWELL, Oo. laohinerv fifi r, JSTm BBS FOR THE WEAK. MERVOUS fiiIP DEBILITATED I The afflicted can now be restored to perfect health and bodily energy, at home, without the use of medicine of any kind. PCL.VEnMACIIEK'3 ELECTRIC BELTS a.-t uA.ivr!-, For self-application to any part of the body, meet eiery requirement The most learned physicians and scientific men of Europe and this country indorse them. These noted Curative appliances have now stood the lest for upward of thirty years, and are protected by Letters-Patent In all the Srincipal countries of the world. They were ecreed the only Award of Merit tor Klectrlo Applinncf at the great World's Kxhiuitions Paris, Philadelphia, and elsewhere end have been found the most valuable, safe, simple, and efficient known treatment for the cure of disease. READER, ARE YOU AFFLICTED ? nnd wish to recover the same degree of health, strength, and energy as experienced in lornier years? Do uny of the following Bvniptoms or class of symptoms met-t your dta.sd condition? Are you suffering from ill-henitu in any of its ma:; and multifHri ous forms, consequent upon a lingering, nerv ous, chronic or functional disea.se? I)o you feel nervous debilitated, fretful, timid, and luck the power of will and action ? Are you subject to loss of memory, have spells of falnt iii!, fullness of blood in the head, feel listless, moping, unfit for business or pleasure, and subject to fltsof melaucholy? Aro your kid-ln-vs, stomach, or blood, iu a disordered con dition? Do you suffer from rheumatism, neuralgia or aches and pains? Have you boon indiscreet in early years nnd find your self hnrassed with a multitude of gloomy symptoms? Are yon timid, nervous, and forgetful, and your mind continually dwell ing on the subject? Have you lost confidence In yourself and energy for business pursuits? Are you subject to any of the following symp toms: Restless nights, broken sleep, night mare, dreams, palpitation of the heart, bash fulness, confusion of ideas, a version tosoclety, dizziness in the head, dimness of sight, pim ples and blotches on the face and back, and other despondent symptoms? Thousands of young men, the middle-aged, and even the old, suffer from nervous and physical debil ity. Thousands of females, too, are broken down in health and spirits from disorders peculiar to their sex, and who, from false modesty or neglect prolong their sufferings. Why, then, further neglect a subject so pro ductive of health and happiness when there is at hand a means cf restoration ? PULVERMACHER'S ELECTRIC BELTS AND BANC 3 cure these various diseased conditions 'er all other means fail, and we offer the t convincing testimony direct from the tlicted themselves, who have been restored HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERCY, after drugging in vain for months and years. Send now for Descriptive Pamphlet and The Klectric Quarterly, a large Illus trated Journal, containing full particulars nnd information worth THOUSANDS. Cop ies mailed free. Address, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., Cor. Elg&th and Viae Sts CmCETNATI, 0. fiS?" Avoid boaus appliances claiming eles trip muilities. Our Panmhlpt exulains how ta distinguish the genuine from the spurious. W. H. GOODLETT, J. E. GOODLETT. Goodlett &f Co,, COTTON FACTORS, 282 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee. COXSIGSMESTS SOLICITKD. Bapein?. ties and sunnlles furnished at lowest market price. Liberal advances made on cotton in store. . PLUMBING, Gas Fitting, Chandeliers, Gas Pipe and Fittings, WATER and STEAM PIPE, Sewer Pipe, rnmps, Hydrants. Hose, at uui iuai rmwa. J.W. X. "BROWNE, 253 Second St., Memphis, Tenn. TTXPRECROKXTFO ATTRACTION! J Over Half a Million Distributed. liOUISIAaiA STATE LOTTKBT CO. This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the Legislature of the State for Educational and Charita ble purposes In 1868, with a capital of SI ,000.000, to which It has since added a reserve fund of S&50, OOO. lta Grand Mingle Kamber Distrl. bntlon will take place monthly. It never scales or postpones. Look at the following Distribution : GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT, during which will take place the Extraordinary Seail Anaoal lrawlaT, at New Orleans, TUESDAY. December 10th. under the personal supervision and management or uenerai w. t. bkaukkwaku, oi Louisiana, and General JURAL A. EARLY, of Vir ginia. CAPlTAIi PRIZE. 100,000. ?NOT ICE Tickets are S10 only: Halves, 85; Fifths, S2; Tenths, SI. 1 Capital Prize of. ...SI 00,000 8100,000 1 Grand Prize of BO.OOO 50,H00 1 Grand Prize of 20,000 20.000 2 Large Prizes of.... 10,000 20.0C0 !4 Large Prizes of.... 5,000 20,000 20 Prizes of 1,000 20,000 RO Prizes of 600 25,0011 100 Prizes of 800 80,000 200 Prizes of 200 40,001, 800 Prizes of 100 ttO.OOt! 10000 Prizes of 10 100,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZK9: 100 Approximation Prizes of S200-... 20,000 100 Approximation Prizes of 100.... 10,000 100 Approximation Prize of 75 7,500 11279 Prizes, amounting to. S522.5O0 (yenerai u. I . Beaureard. oi Louisiana, ana gen eral Jubal A. Early, of Virginia, Commissioners. Application for rates to clubs should only De mane to the Oftlce of the Company in New Orleans Write for circular, or send orders to M. A.VAIPHIN, r. . vox W,Jiew urleauaa. ajsw. or to it. L. Gillespie, rt West Court St., Memphis. Tenn. GW. PAYNE ft CO. Patentee and manufacturer '. of the celebrated Eellose Huller and Senaratlng Gin; also. Cotton-seed Liming Machine, with cylin drical roll-box with spiral agitator for oil mill. Kos. 13 and 134 Poplar street, Memphis. Tennessee. Cotton-gtn re palling of every description neatly done. Gin-saw filing and dress ing a specialty.! M A viciim of vonthfnl tmimirlenf. eanein prematura decay, nervous debility, etc. having tried in vain every known remedv, has found a simple aelf cur, which D will send frbb to his fallow enlierers. AddreM P.M. KEIYB. 43 Caatiai US. J.A.F0RREST&C0. DEALERS IN Horses and Mules, 61 & 63 Konroe ft., near Peabodr Hotel. WE are receiving dally a large assortment of HORSES and MULES. Persons wanting stock will save money by calling be I ore purchasing elsewhere. Everything sold by us fully guaranteed. Orders solicited. OUR STORE, 322 Front Street, TS again open for business. The business nlll be j continued as neretoiore. . CHARLKS POTTER CO. ERKENBRECHER'S Bon Ton Starch Is absolutely odorless, and Chemically Pure. It is snow&ake white. It is susceptible of the highest and most lasting Polish. It possesses greater strength ot body than other trade brands. It Is packed in Pound Parcels, Full Weight guar anteea. It costs less money than any Starch in the world. It is manufactui .a In the heart of the greatest cereal region ol tue Globe. It Is Sold universally In America by Grocer and Dealers. Its annual consumption reaches Twenty Million Pounds. Andrew Erkenbrecher risi;ijTI. To Merchants. TBT N 41ITKK bes ta arnc jnee to his Patrons and the Public generally, that be is in daily receipt of FKESH GOODS, consisting of Clothing, Furnishing ti khIs and Hats, which be Is prepared to sell at exceeding y Low Figures. Prices to suit the rmes. Call aud examine before purchasing else where. All . ; ders rr.im tha country Intrusted to me V. IU bo niied writn tit, Uot ui ie Special lnduc- oV Jlala 19 1 ui-t4r, opp, Court Square. Dr. D. S. Johnson's fltlVATS 31edical Dispensary, Wo. 17 JEFFERSON STULTT, Between Slain ana Front, Kemptls. iBSrTAELIEIZKO IS 18'50. DR. JOHNSON Is ac'tr.owledred by all ps-t'es In terested as by far the mott stieoessrul pUf siclan in the treatment of private cr secret diseases. (Julck, thorough and peniiiinent cure guaranteed in every ease, male or feruaie. Recent caf?s cf Gonorrhea and Syphilis cured In a few days, without the ui?e cf Diercury, change of d!t, or hindrance from business. Secondary Svphllis. IhAUst vest!-e eraiilcated wt lb out the use of inrciuy. I ivclmii-iry loss of sen en stopped in a abort time. Sulleren from Impotency or loss of aexual tmers restored to free vigor tn few weeks. Vlctlma cf pelf-abuse and ex(sne venery, suffering from si-ermacorrhea and loss cf physical and mental power, apeedlbj and perma nently cured. Particular attention raid to the Diseases of Women, and cures gunniT.teed. Throat and Lung DUeases cured by rew remedies. I'lles and old sores cured without the use of caus lie or the knife. All consultations strictly confL'entl&L Medicines sent by express to all paru of the coun try. Office hours from 8 a-m. to 9 r.ni. Sundays from a to 6 p.m. jCMNsCX, M.D Chancery Sale of iteal Est at No. 2JH5- Chancer.- C-n-.n cf Shelby county Wm. a. zuiicr Ta. tf. ji. n.iKrr et ai. BY virtue of an intertocut jry ! crop for sale en tered In the show ran t n t tie stli dnyof July, 17. I will sell. t public S'.irth n. to the liili.r bidder, in front of the cl-rk ;i:iii aiaster'a cilice Courthouse. Memphis. Tennessee, on (Saturday. IeceiRbiT 7, within legal hours, the following described prct-ettv situated in Shelby coun-y. Tennesre. tivwit: Ae.-il tain lot In the Hutler division 't the city of Mem phis. In Block No. 7.belnr Lot No. 14. asUestgiiaM on Williamson's map of the city, bound? d as fol lows. t wit: Beginning on the w't side of Ciusev street, about one hundred and eighty feet n rth ot Calhoun reet. at tlie southeast corner of a lot sola to Wm. T. nines In July. 187'J: running thet.ee south with west side of Csusty i itt simy feet to the northeast corner of lot No. ; thnte west one hundred and eb-'hty feet, to a st;we; tier ce nona sixty feet, to said Hlnes's south iHiundary llne;theticH east with said line to Causey strret, to the beginning ILIlJla SALE--On a credit ot six months, cmcbaser to execute note with aw-rcved security. with lien retained on nronerij. to f.irther secure cur- chase money. Equity ot redemption barred. No- vemoer n. i sth. K. A. ioli., c and n. By E. B. M'Henry. D. C. and M. Minor Meriwether. Sol for ComplX Chancery Sale of Keal Estate. No. 1(75- Chancery Court of Phelby County Por ter, xayior Co. vs. J. si. w unarms et ai. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, en tered in the above cause on the 28thdavof June, 1878. I will sell, at rubllc auotton, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and later s office. Courthouse building. Main street. Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, Ileeember 14, 1K7N, within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Shelbv county. Tennessee, to-wlt: Kcokd as part of Lot No. 10. In B ork 55? Beginning at a stake m reet west or tne intersection oi the soutn line of Vance street with the west line of Orleans street; thence west 30 feet; thence south with 1'et tit's east line 15ri feet to a 20-foot alley; thence east with the north line of said a'.ley !lj leet; thence north ion 7-12 feet to me beginning. Terms of Sale Cash. Eaulty of redemption barred. November 12, 1878. E. A. COLE, C. and M. Smith Collier, Sols, for cotnprnt, TKUT.EK'S SAX.F. Horsea and OtherFersonal Property. BY virtue of the power conferred upon me by a certain Trust Deed made bv J'bn Walsh, on August a. 1877. and recorded in the Register's ofTce of Shelby county, Tennessee, In i'haiud Book No. 1Z, pags 43; and in order to pay the indebtedness therein secured, ipon the written request ot the beneficiary named In said deed, I will, 9Ionday. Novrmber 1W, 187S, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at the Auction noiise. oi a. m. toaaaru, ao. szh Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow I nd de scribed personal property, to -wit: One gray horse, nine years old; one bay horse, ten years old; ore brown mare, ten years eld and blind: one set double carriage harness; one walnut bedstead, mattresses and bedding; one marble-top bureau; one marbie top washstand; one marble top center table; two three-ply carpets; four chromos; one stove and nec essary cooking utensils, and a lot of counters and fixtures. The title Is believed to be good, bat I sell and will convey only as trustee. tuwiKu j. kakk, Trustee. Taylor Carroll. Attorneys. TRUSTEE'S SALE. UNDER a deed of trust executed by Wm. O. Baugh and L. M. Baugh. on the 15th of Feb ruary, 18(5. and on record in Shelby county In book 105. page 320, 1 will, as trustee, at the request of the benUiclary. Oa Monday, December 2, 1878, In front of the courthouse, In Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, for cash, a tract of land situated in fehelby county. Tennessee, in sections 2 and 3, range , cn the New Raleigh road, about seven miles from Memphis, containing 275 77-100 acres, being tae part of the Kerr tract conveyed by James M'Connell nud wife to said Baughs, and the tract oa which said Baughs now re side. It is lully described In the deed of trust to which reference is now made. The debt secured by said deed of trust not having been paid, and James Steele, the other trustee named in the deed, declin ing to act, I, at the request of the beneficiary, and In the pursuance of the power given by the deed, will make Ihe sale. Sale to begin at twelve o'clock. j he title Is believed to be good, but I will sell and convey as trustee only. Equity of redemption waived. JOHN STEELE, Trustee. Kotxxbeb 1, 1878. Smith Collier, Attorneys. TKUSTEE'S SALE. PURSUANT to the terms ot a deed of trust ti cuted to the undersigned by R. E. Dunlap ana wife, on the 15th day of December, 1877. duly regis tered In the Register's office of Shelby county, Ten nessee, In Deed Book No. 121. page 624, 1 will, on Saturday, tne 7th of December. 1878 at the south gate of Couri Square, in thwcltyof Memphis, Tennessee, within legal hours, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the premises in said trust, described as follows: Lying and being In Memphis, She'.by county, Tennessee, at the southwest corner of Main and Vance streets, fronting the west side of Main street 150 feet, and the south line of Vane street 1 lO feet. Terms of Sale Cash. Equity of redemption. dower and homestead rights waived. Title believed to be good, but I will seli and convey only as trustee. u. n. i)3 i ui , i rusMee. Unknown Heirs Wanted. OFFICE OF CLERK SUPREME COURT, NASH vllle. October 7. 1878. Wasblneton Hall, et als. vs. John Bell, et als. In the Supreme Court at Nashville, Tenn The transcrlnt In the above enti tled cause was filed In the Supreme Court December 11, 1845. The original suit was commenced In tha Chancery Court forthecounILior Williamson and Davidson, at Franklin. Tenn-ine 24. 188ti. The suit Involved the settlement of the mercantile busi ness of Hall. Gulnn Co. and C. D. Gulnn. under a deed of trust of C. D. Gulnn to Henry Crabb, Eq., executed on thelHthday of February. 18'iO. By a recent order of the Supreme Court, I am directed to ascertain to whom the funds now in the custody ot the court tn said cause belongs. In order to io so. it Is neceesary to ascertain who are tne neirs or legal representatives of the following creditors of said C. D. Gulnn: Tennessee creditors Edward Rt worth. Thomas E. Sumner, Washington Hall. Bal timore creditors Wm. Baker A Sons, Philln Lilting, F. Lucas, Isaac Burnston. D. Wurtield 4 Logue (or Poeuel. Nelson. Nichols fc Co.. 11 Donald & Rtdclev. R. A A. M KIni, A Jacob Llnienber?er, w. Wll kins. I will, therefore, in pursuance of said order. take and state an accouut of these matter.-, at my orbce at the Capitol, tn the city of Nashville, on Wednesday, the 7th day of fcovemDer. 18,8, contin uing from day to day until the proof is closed. Par ties desiring to take proof previous to that day, with a vBW to swDmit tne same to me, win notliy col f . E. WunwDS, of Nanhvllle. Tenn., who bas been ap pointed by the court to represent the owners of said fund, and to whom all letters on the subject should be addressed. W. N. COWDEN, fri Clerk Supreme Court Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appointed and qualified by tha Probate Court of Shelby county as Adminis trator on the estate of S. D. Mangum. deceased, notice Is hereby given to all creditors of said estate, to present their claims to my attorney, J. M. Greg ory, at bis office in Memphis. And all persons In debted to said estate are tequested to call there and settle, or settle with mv agent, Ben R. Henderson, at ColliervUle. AN DREW D. G WYNNE, Adm'r. Administrator's Aotice. Mmmpeis, Tins, November 7, 1878. HAVING been appointed and qualified as the Administrator of the estate ot Henry Haack. deceased, all perao is Indebted to said estate will please come forward and settle; those having claims against the estate will present them at once. v il. BKisjfca, Administrator. Corner Second aud Jackson streets. Belcher and Joidan, Attorneys. Administrator's Notice. THAVE this day qualified .as administrator of Andrew Castay. deceased. All creditors will at once file their claims, and debtors settle their in debtedness. F. LAVINK. No. 250 Main street. Mkmphts, November rt, 1878. .Executor's Sale OF Stock of Saddlery. Harness and Shoe Find ings. I will sell daily, at private sale the stock of John G. Sick, deceased; and on MONDAY, De- cemner 2, i88, cegnning at ten ociock, wli sen, at public auction, the residue. r.n.sr urL&.ur , juecuior. November 12, 1878. Administrator's Sale. I WILL sell, at private sale, within the next ten dais, the following nronertv. belonetnz to tha estate of the late William Meyer: Two horses, three mules, two cows, lilteen head of begs, four geess, three sprinkling wagons, three farm wagons, ona spring wagon, one buggy, two carts, three double seta baroes, two sets single buggy harness, two sets diay harness, one saddle, one i low. and a lot of house hold anu Kitcnen furniture, i ermi cash. HENRY LLKBRMANN. Executor's Kotice. I HAVE this day qualified as Executor of the estate of John ti. Sick, deceased. Debtors must pay. and creditors should hie their claims at once. EKN'ST ReHKOPF. November 12. 1878. No. :iM Main street. SPECIAL. TEliJI OF THE CHANCERY COURT OF SHELBY COl'JiTY, Appointed Tor the 5th of December, 1878 IN pursuance of the athorlty vested In me by Sec tion 3U41 of the Code of Tennessee, I "hereby ap point a special term of the Chancery cour )f Shelby county, to commence on Wednesday, the 4th day of I) eember, 1878. for the dispatch of the business ol said court. This November 3, 1878. W. W. M DOWF.LL, ChHuce'.lor of Shelby County. JLEWIS & Til On AS, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. OLACKSMITHING of I nil lit m!a runner t and Sheet Ironworkers. f- V '' i . - Mip Ada m m nt., - V , j j : " -jf new the river, MEMPHIS. Tenn., All rag uona promptly, dar or nigUL Terms cash, ifcxaatim. No. woPronieaade. Our shop will be open dally from this date, all or ders Jftor work will be promptly attended to. October 16, 1878. LEWIS dc 1H0M.AS, - V -cr