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RAILWAY RECORD. Arrival And Departure or Train. Trr nsontho Paducah and Memphis rosd move as follows: Mail leaven dally at 4:00p.m. Mail arrives dally at y.30 a.m. Trains ou "the Memphis and Uttlc Rock road move as follows: Mill leaves dally at 4:30p.m.; freight leaves daily, ex:pt Sunday, at 6:30 a.m. Mall ar riveaaailvat 11 l. p.m. . freight arrives daily, ex cept Sunday, at S:Ia p.m. Train', on the Memphisand Charleston road move sa follows: Mall leaves daily at 11 :35 p.m. ; fast mall and express leaves dally at 6:.rsl a.m., arrives daily at 8:10 p.m: Somcrvillc aeeommodatlon loaves daily, exeept Sunday, at 5:45 p.m. : Mall arrive dallv at 11 :40 a.m. ; Somervllle aeeommo datlon arrives dally, except Sunday, at 7:50a.m. Trains on the Mississlppli and Tennessee road move as follows : Msll leaves daily at 12 M o in. ; Sar.iii accommodation leaves dally, except St. s lay, at 4:4.'. p.m. : freight leaves daily, except Sunds. . at :00a.ro. Mall arrives daily at 93U a.m. ; Sardis accommodation arflvea dally, except Sunday, at :00 a.m.: freight arrives dally, except Sunday, at 4 00 p.m. Trains on the Louisville and Nashville road move as follows- Express leaves dally at 11:15 p.m.: mail leaves dailv at 7:40 a.m. : Brownsville accom modation leave.-, diily. except Sunday, at 4 to p.m. ; mail arrives dailv at l-HI p.m. : Brownsville accom modation arrives dally"exeept Sunday, atH:l5 am. Situ r ty the express runs only to M'Kenzie, ron- "suiierinVen 'leiiuarv requested to notify this office of . h t .iiv. I'i tU'' Arritnls and Departure Of Walla. . H'K.V. BAILKO ADS. CLOSE. On.. A Mem. R.R.,1 local and lb rough malls. 6:40 a.m. Cin., Louis. A Mem. R.R.. through malls 10:00 p.m. '..mm. a .num. K.K., local and through malls I 6:00 p.m. Cliatt. b Mem. K.R., thro' mails 10:00 p.m. Mem. A Urenada A N. O. ! R.R 11:30 a.m. Kem.AU R. R.R 3:30 p.m. ( .' v 1 n g t n & Mem. R.R.... 3 ::a) p.m. Somcrville occ.mmodat'n.t 4:45 p.m. 4 15 p.m. 8:45 p.m. SO p.m. 11:4.1 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11 :au p.m. -.3fi a.m. JO a.m. Kiver t Oilier 'lolls ! (...,,!:. a VHflrs Point ag-tit 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.f 4:30 p.m.f 4:30 p.in.t 9:30 a.m. I 9:30 a.u.. 4:;io p.m.' i 4:30 p.m. 4 :30 p-m.f j 4:30 p.m." I 00 a.ra.O this 7 nft a.m. Helena A Friars Point, 7:00 a.m.f postomce ilielena A clarendon, rall- 7:00 a.m.f' road Memphis A Ureenvllle, 7:00 a.m.J' agent Memphis A Vlcksburg. 10:00 p m l, agent. 7:00 a.m.f -it. Louis Memphis. agent 7 on a.m.--eoln A Memphis, agent. 7:00 a.m.Ml. Francis river, agent 7:00 a.m.f! Arkansas river, agent 7:00 a.in. White river, agent Memphis to Holly Springs, 8:00 p.m.! Miss., L-' ro'ue - M in lay, Wednesday and Friday, tlnily. jM mdav, Thursday and Saturday. . (Sunday, Tu js.lsv and Friday. iTti-.-Iiiy anl Friday. lWe1in-lay.mil Saturday, ofucslay, Thurrlay and Saturday. PKIUiOXAI. AM) UKXKRAL. The cotton movement south from point ia quite henry hi present. The Charleston ton;! vcsterilny carried eight or ten cnrl'm i.-. of Texas stock, bound for Cicorgia and Alabama. The St. Louis and San P'rnncisco hns for roars been known as ihe "Vinita Route." In the future it will be advertised as the "Frisco Line." Karly yesterday morning an Iron Moun tain locomotive exploded its boik-r in the roundhouse at Barring Cross, dangerously woinidimr two men. A Hiimmary of the charter of the Mexican Kailroad 'instruction company, which ia to build 1,'tOP miles of road in this country und Mexico, will be found in another column. William L. .Scholield, a poor mechanic in liuttam.og i, Tcnueaaec, has just received let lers patent for a wrought iron cross-tie, which will probably bring to him a fortune, as rail road men who have examined the croon-tic thiult it will come into genera! use sooner or later. The lady who owns uiore railroad aecuri tiea than any other woman in America ia said to be Mrs. K. II. lreeii-, of New York, wife of the vice-president of the Louisville and Nashvilic company, daughter and heiress of nn old and wcaltiiv Sow Bedford family, whose fortune had been made in the whaling business when Sew Bedford was a rich ana, prosjierotis port. The report of the operations and condition of the Nashville, Chattanooga iV St. Louis railway shows that road to be in a most prosperous condition. During the year ,'Ui'J feet of new bridge and nearly 20,000 feet of trestle have lieeii constructed, 1(511,378 new lie put in and some 3000 tonri of steel rail laid. More steel rails have been contracted lor, to be delivered this winter. The Switchmen's and lirakemcn's mutual lament association of Indianapolis have dis covered a blk sheep in their llia-k. One of the member of the association, who was au thorized to collect funds, made only partial returns, and, it ia stated, pocketed the bal ance. Si far as heard from, be bad alworbed but x ''- 50 of the association's funds, and at their last meeting he was expelled for dis honesty. Vice-l'rcsiilent Alexander, of the Louis ville and Nashville railroad, was interviewed by an Ali,u.!a G .. reisirter and in tliu pourseof the interview said: "I wish to say cases are conatrued by the attorney-general's opinion as not necessarily conflicting with the views therein expressed. AN INTERNATIONAL KOAD. Organisation or Ihe .Mexican National Construction I'onipnny Goverment Subsidies and ( oneeaalona. Thirteen Hundred Miles or Harrow eaafi Itoiul ta be Built Work to be lie km. a Immediately. Desvkr, October 16. An official copy of the railway corporation recently granted by the Mexican government, authorized to be formed by I'almer & Sullivan, has been re ceived, and the Mexican National construc tion company organized here, under the laws of Colorado, to work the corporation. The contract is for the construction in eight vears of 1300 miles of narrow-gauge railway from, the city of Mexico to the frontier of the I'nited States and to the Pacific ocean, in consideration of a anonev subsidv bv the Mexican government! averaging $10,900 per mile the total subtidy payable in railroad construction certificates. The certificates are to be issued on the completion of the first ninety -two miles, und thereafter as each twelve miles are "built, and amount to up ward of $14,000000 absolute bonus. The payment of '.lie- . certificates is assured, by a provision, applicable to alt customhouses, maritime and frontier, that no payment shall I a- made in coiji, or oUierwise than in these railroad condruclion sertilicates, of four dollars in evi-y hundred of duties) due under the penalty of the secoud payment. The ob ligation of Die government is limited to four jHjr cent, of the import duties in any year. The certificates can only be bought of the company, which is compelled to keep agencies for their sale, in each port and is prohibited from exacting more than par for them. The govemmer.t binds itself for the whole con tract for ihe jieriod of ninety-nine years not to grant any subsidv to parallel roads within ixlv-!ie miles on cither side, or to permit a company to accept additional subsidies from a Stat government. It is exempt for fifty years after the road is completed from Na tional, State or municipal duties or taxes for all the material for the construction, operation and its maintenance, excepting only stamp dutien. It require- the mails and messen gers to be carried free and Federal troops and inunigranU arriving under government assignment to be carried sixty per cent less than the regular tariff schedule, and that tariffs shall not, without the company's con sent, be charged for ninety-nine years. 'CLASSIFIED PASUEN'GEK TAKIFFTi: First-class, four and three-fifth cents; second-class, three and one-half cents; third class, one and three-fifth cents per mile. Mer chandise: First-class, six and one-half cents; second-class, five and nine-tenth cents; third class, three and one-quarter cents per ton per mile. The right of way of 200 feet is granted through all public lands, and the use of the timber, stone, water, etc. thereon, the free right of condexonation of private lands under the same regulation us the government, the tak ing of private property for public service. Vessels laden with railway and telegraph supplies; are exempt from ail dues for fifteen years after the linei are completed, except pilotage. Passengers, mails and merchan dise f ar transit across Mexico are exempt for twenty-five years after the completion from nil dues, except transit duty, not ex ceeding one dollar per passenger or per ton. The International line must be completed from Ihe City of Mexico to the Texas border, at Iiaiedo or any other point between Laredo and Katie Pass, within eight years. The Pucific line must be completed to Mauzilla or any other point between that and Navadad within five vears. Two hundred andseventv-s-jven miles of a dividend in any desired proportion between the two lines must be completed every two years, but as a prohibition against the beginning of the construction at the titled States frontier until the last is an ii -inc..!, the company expects to (finish the international line to the Rio (irandc border, 800 miles, to effect an unbrokcu communica tion with the railroad system ol the'I'Miled States, within three years. The first section of the line has already liecn accepted, and 1000 men and 5000 tons of steel rails ordered for the work. The company has one of its offices at Colorado Springs and one at the City of Mexico, but the principal office will be in New York. Its subscription of $4,000, 000, made up last summer by General Palmer, conditioned upon securing the concession, will now be called upon and the Union construc tion company, in installments, required to do the work. LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. lioa iivclv that the Ixjuisville and Nashville has n;t now i-n-l never has had the slightest interest, diivctly or indirectly, in the election of Governor Qdquitt, Governor Brown or any other man In Georgia. It is purely a commercial enterprise, working in business like methods, and with no iuterest whatever in the politic of any State." The necessity for railroads in order to get up an honorable, legitimate species of com ietition i evident to the minds of the most skeptical, savs the Fort Worth (Texas) Ad ruav, but a glance al the amount of freights charged up against some of our merchants for shipments of good would serve, we think, to render the necessity Imperative. For In stance, one of our merchants ordered a car load of goo. I. the other day from Chii-ago. costing iMoO. The freight on that car-load waa $1W8, over double the prime cost of the go.ls. Let us have competing lines. An Atlanta letler to the Columbus (Ga.) Enquirer says: "The Macon and Brunswick extension to Atlanta will Ik- built at an early day. There is a strong combinatiun between the Cincinnati Southern and Major Dick Wil son, who owns a controlling interest in the Macon and Bruswlok, and it is said they will huiUl from Chattanooga to Konio, thence lo ,,' iota, and that the Macon and Brun swick wi" constructed to Atlanta, thus iri 'lng them a through line to the Warn dit competition will, the Slate 1 al a i. ..i,. M. Ulltl Hit" AAJllini aim Nashville." FINANCE AND TRADE rnTTT. T.ATT.V APPEAL-SUNDAY. OCTOBER 17 RIVER REPORT. I88O. corrojr. There was a slightly IsHter look in the tel egraphic account of the tone of the cotton market yesterday. New York sKts were noted as weak, but futures were six and seven points higher, and there was no decline in the quotations. In our market there was a good inquiry, and the most active day's busi ness was done of the season, thus far; spin ners took a very moderate portion of the sales. At the close the market was steady at un changed quotations. The New York Bulletin, of Thursday reporti: "The accounts from abroad were again rather shaky, the demand limited and the supply of contracts pretty full, with sellers in many case anxious, and, while occasional temporary fractional recov eries were made, the turn of prices kept prin cipally in buyers' favor. The weather re ports were favorable from pretty much all the most important sections and there was quite a full amount M selling orders received from the south. As above noted, the depres sion was quite general along the entire line of contracts, but there appeared to be rather the greatest pressure on October. This is ac counted for by the large percentage of low grade cotton delivered on contract aud which cannot be used to any advantage at the moment." Tfcstenlay a S8 .... mmL .- mi .... eiiiv, .. Nominal. Day before 9f Cm M2 AMtAC Mi (911 Nominal. Ordinary Good ordinary. . . . Low iiii.l. Hint; . . . Middling iio.,1 middling Middling- fair Market Itesdy Sales, Sirs) bales, Includi,- .'v-u to exiHirters and :W0 to f pinners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. Stock, September 1. 181). , 6..T84 Received to-day aJM Received previously 4,'i,001 49,129 Shipped to-day Sliipled previously. 5.-1,5!:: Stock, running account IMPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far last wash Since September 1st Memphis and Charleston R. R Mississippi and Tennessee railroad Louisville & Nashville Ureat Southern R. R. Memphlsaiid Utile Rock R. U i Paducali and Memphis railroad Steal i hts J Wagons and other sources Total Thus far this week. Thus far last week. . . Since September 1st. 2fi,911 EXPORT. Memphis and Charleston R. R Louisville Nashvillle Great Southern R.R. um l.Ml 28,gB T 09 Total 1,025 BY TELEGRAPH. The following are the latest telegrams of the domestic markets as reported yesterday to the cotton exchange: Latest Telegrams Galveston Mobile Savannah nmrleston ... . Wilmington Norfolk Baltimore New York Boston Philadelphia. . . State of Market. Quiet cjaiet. tjnlet. Finn. ijuiet. "u let. rwesk. Steady. Dull". Rec'ts. 3,00s. 4,4 1. :.-.'.'.; 5,613 I.3U1 4.1.91 Ml IM 4ts ja Price Middling. 10'i w io- 10 11-lii lO'-i io4io u-iS 10 11 3-1G i; The following are the New York spot quo tations for yesterday: Ordinary, 8Jc; good ordinary, 9 lS-16e; low middling, 10 11-lOc; middling, 11 .'l-lljc; ootl middling, 11 I3-16c: middling fair, 12Je. At I0:2o, quiet and steady; at 12:20, weak; at 2:lo, weak; at o:10, unchanged. Sales, -101 bales. Con tracts, bales. Stock, 57,700 bales. The tone of the future market was as fol lows: At 10:2.", barely st ady; 11:25, steady; 12:15, quiet and steady; i:;50, quiet and steady; 2:30, iirm; 3:15, quiet and un changed. Sales, 55,000 bales. The following shows the closing quota tions of futures in thj New York market yesterday. Mouths. Yesterday. January .. .. February March April May June October Novcmtssr December . . The New tmjM 11.1H 11.34311.35 II awTM 11 11.1.111.00 (.110.H3 10.Kl lo.xsioso Orleans ni arket Dc.y Before. 10.9010.97 Ii4saU.l1 11.43(11.44 UJMll.M 10.74C?10.T 10.7.".!410.76 10.H1(10.2 closed strong at 11 Jc for middling. Sales, .X200 bales; re ceipts, 10,170 bales. Stock 1 1 7,909 bales.. The following shows the closing quotations of futures in New Orleans: Months. ; Yesterday. ! Dav liefore. The official report of iL? I"" "X "i!r 1 : .- 1.. 1., 11177 1,... U?u DUDiisneu. ruuu 1 mis ui o uij , .01., .... . co r L" The totallossof railroad property A" 140, that of the Penniylvmnia roadbefn; 007,40i, and the acetued interest to dot i S34,074. These claims were compromised at fl.tKHVlOO. If the engines and cars that were damaged or destroyed had beeu counted to gether in one train it would have covered eleven and three-fourths miles of track. Other Important loss.-, wero-.the Pullman Palace Car comfUluy. original amount of claiiijSJfc, 000; compromised1 and settled for $55,217. BaWmoie aud Ohio railroad company, orig inal amount of claim, $50,409 20: compro mised and settled for $33,232 82. Tax Halt Aicninst tbe Mleniiian Nanlhern. llCTBOlT, OcUdier 10. The suit of the peo ple against the Michigan Southern railroad ,-ompanv was argued on jioints of law in Uie Wavne circuit court una inoruiug. in w e:ise the Htate of Michigan sues to recover an annual lax of three-fourths of one per cent, upon such sirlioii of the company's capital ami loaiu wa" actually employed in the Mtate It 1' claimed that, since 1869, the s-omp'any has employed $..,000,000 of its capi tal st.s k. and 4,ts?0,000 of its loans in M ich igau, ami has never i.-nortcl to the auditor general for taxation; tha; bx; .yearly tax on the above amounts t $500,01). Tbe damage laid bv tin- people alone is $1JXK),XK). At torney -tleneral Kerchuer and Prof, t- A. Kent are for the State, and Ashley Pond aud K. V. Meddaugh for the company. "Let I s Compromise. KuiTiiRs Api'KAL I have read with great pleasure your interesting and valued edito rial this morning, "Let Us Compromise." I approve of every word and line; it has the ring of the true metal. We must do soiue thing, and that quickly, or our party will lie ruined. I have been a Democrat for more than fifty vears, long before the large ma jority oi those who now espousj and uphold its standard were born. 1 have fought all who opposed it, whether they were Whigs, Americans, Know-nothings, Republicans or l ireenliaeker. I think, with you, that the two executive committees should select twenty-five good men from each wing, to assemble at Na.shvilh-, at an earl v dav, and make a new nomination. I am a Wright man, but I think in the interest of harmony ami peace, that both he and Wilson should Ik with drawn and such a man as General Sneed be nominated. He could unite the party as but few men could. But there are other good men who would accept the nomination ten dered under the circumstances, and who would rally the elements, now so much di vided husband Us strength, and give us a glorious victory in November. Last us not lose a day iu t()C effort to effect a compromise. The asperities and contentions between the two wings have been, too great for cither of them to continue in the race, then let them both be withdrawn. In conclusion, I will say that I have an abiding faith, that the leaders who control both of these wings, will pause ere it is too late, and with you unite in the glorious sentiment, "let us compromise." 1.. MKMrms, Tknn.. Oetober.lO. IB). A Compromise. BUTCH Appeal The logical results of the compromise you urge between the Wright and Wilson wings of the Democratic party are, first, the withdrawal of both Wright and Wl!on from the race; second, the nomina tion 01 a new candidate whose public charac ter is kuowD tS t',c public and in whom the masses will trOei without a platform and without the iuJi.fS'-'ment of a con vention; third, such a man is Hon. fiamae W. Jones, of Lincoln county, i;the watchdog of the Ueasury." Now, let the ex ecutive committees of both Wright and Wil son tender the nomination to him, and for the sake of harmony and the defeat of the Republican candidate he will doubtless ac cept. 1 iir success, then, is assured. His nomination will be as oil on the troubled wa ters. M A More llopernl View. EmTORS Appeal The recent result in In diana wsa undoubtedly a disappointment, but it decides nothing, and November may reverse October even there, as has been done before. But without Indiana, pnd even without Virginia, which some regard as a doubtful State. General Hancock's prospects, so far from being hopehsB. are still bright and hopeful. Let us but look at '.bo facts and figures. Tbe assessments upon the 9000 officeholders, under Ihe ciril service reform pfitiii, was not less than )00,IAI0 lor tlie present Januarv 10.7rs310.7B I lO.OSiitlO.l's-. Febmarv 0.mV1ii..7 10.7SaI0.S0 March lo.Wdtll.ul 10.92a April U.13a411.1o II WBll sTl October lo.si$io.s;s 10.n-s310.70 November 10.0.rd10.e6 MtMMBM Dpi lllni . ....($ 10.56910.57 Closed steady. Total sales, 30,300 hales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday re ported a good demand freely supplied at pre vious prices; uiiddlinguplands, (!jd;Orlcans, 7 l-10d. Sales, 10,000 bales, of which 8100 were American. Keceipts, 1400 bales, 050 of which were American. The Liverpool market for futures oened steady; October-November, IXccmber-Janu-arv, Januarv-Februarv, I'.Jil; March-April, (i "7-10d; June-July, 0 9-10d. At 1:30 fu tures were quiet and steady. Closiug quota tions not received. The movements at the ports were reported as follows: Ri-ceipts for 1 .lay Kxp's to Croat Britain. - Exp's to Continent Slock on hand Last I Week. I 30.5SJ'. i;,9sn. 3,1001 309,691 This w. Iist Yr. 34.71.1 22.7i7 1J.II10 817,767 Shore, 114J; ( ansdaSonthern, 68J; Michigan Central, 10 1 ij; Erie, 144;, Eric preferred, 753- Northwestern, 113-; Northwestern preferred. 138,; St. Paul, 981 ; St. Paul pi. -terred, 114 J; 8C Paul and Omaha, 4sU; St. Paul and Omaha preferred, Hi; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 93 ; Morris and Ksscx, 113; Delaware and Hudson, 85; New Jersey Central, 7tij; Reading, 34; Ohio and .Mi -issippi, 35; Ohio and Mississippi pre ferred, 77 jj; Chesapeake and Ohio, 20; Mo bile and Ohio, 22; Cleveland and Colnmbus. 77.1; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central, 19 J; Ohio Central, 23 J; Lake Erie and West ern, 33 ; Ontario anil Western, 24 ; Burling ton, Cedar liapids and Nortltern, 6; Alton and Terro Haute, . 121 ; Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 7ti; Wabash, St. Louis -and PaciBc, 39jj ; Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific pr'f d,72J ;Hannibal and St Joseph,41 ;' Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 85 ; Iron Mountain, 52; St. Louis and San Fran cisco, 34; St. Louis and San Francisco preferred, 45 ; St Louis and San Francisco firsts preferred, 7J1; Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans, 37: . Kansas and Texas, 38; LTnion Pacific stock, 93; Central Pacific, 76; Northern Pacific, 29; Northern Pacific preferred, 5,'?5 ; Louisville and Nashville, 158; Nashville and Chattanooga, 08; Louis ville, New Albany and Chicago, 100; Houston and Texas, 67; Denver and Kio Grande, 73; Western Union Telegraph, 94 ; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 42 ; Pacific Mail, 44; Adams Express, 116; Wells & Fargo's Express, 112; American Express, 60; United States Express, 49; Quick silver, HI; Quicksilver preferred, 52; Caribon, 2; Central Arizona, 8; Home Stake, 32; Standard, 27; Excelsior, 8 ; Little Pittsburg, 2; Ontario, 30. GF.XF.RAL TRADH There was a good trade doing yesterday, but without rushing or hurry quiet and steady in fact. There was no arrival by river, and the feed business was almost at a stand as far as wholesale transactions were concerned. Meal was without movement. Butter is steady aud firm, and oleomargarine, which grows more and more in favor, along with it. Vegetables and fruits ofl'ered no new quotations. The change to cold made eggs firmer and belter. Quotations below are (or round lots at the landing and at the railroad depots, and include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and cliargca up to the time of ar rival. Jobbing and store safes are at higher rates, as they include drayage, storage and profit ;of the dealer. FKED Corn quoted r758cc, and scarce: iu store, .-. Oats last sale at w ' Bran last sales at $14 50 : in store 80oc Hay last sale of choice timothy at !;. and of mixed at $Vl M : job bing from store. Jlftji 10. KLOUR Flour treble extra, So; family, $5 50; choice, , 500J5 75 ; fancy, SCdfi 25 iu store. No de mand for lower grades. CORNMEAL last sales wero to arrive, at 35; Ohio riverselling at 92 25; from store, $2 40SJ2 4.".. VEGETABLE Potatoes, in store, 22 25; Sweet potatoes, $150 a barreL Onions In store. $3 a barrel. Cabbages. $t;fts a hundred ; $2 5003 3 a crate. Celery, 50375e a bunch. EtfOS AND BUTTER Eggs better. Ann at lGc. Butter common, 12 15c : medium, 200322c ; choice western, 250327c; fancy dairy, 28d330e; creamery, 34c. Oleomargarine, 190320c. POULTRY Chickens In fair supply at $3033 25; all hens, S3 50; young, $1 75033; roosters, $2 SO. Ducks, $2 50033. Geese plucked, $3 50 ; unplucked up to $4 7505. Turkeys $00312. FRUITS AND BERRIES Oranges Louisiana, $5 per brl. Lemons, $4 50035 per box. Apples in store, northern, $1 50032 25; fancy, $2 50 per brl. Cranberries iu barrels, $9 58, as to quality; half barrels, $5. Catawba grapes In 10-pound baskets at 91 a basket. NUTS. Peanuts red, 5c; Virginia, H97c per -mnd. Brazil nuts, 910c per pound, rilberts, 1 te per pouud. Walnuts, 13d$16c per pound. Co coannts, $5 per 100. MISCELLANEOUS. Hominy, $3 053 75 a bar rel: grits, S3 G.'i033 75 a barrel. Cider Missouri. $s ; ...-I'.1 a barrel. White beans medium, $1 9003 2: Dried apples, 4c per pound; evaporated. He Dried peaches, 5Vc per pound. Nails, i3 25 rates. HOO PRODUCTS Mess pork, $16 25. Bacon clear side, packed, none ; clear rib. :.'ic ; shouldere, 6c. Hams sugar-cured, llfaiMyjc. Breakfast bacon. llsll... Ijird tierce, i'on'.ic: pails, 20 lb., W4O31O; 10 lb. lOJieiOJjc; kegs, 94SK4C. Jobbing rales. 100315 per cent, above these quota lions,whlch are iorlare quanliiies. FIlliSH Mi: ATS Fore-quartere beef, 3i-; hiud qiiartcrs, .Votfc. Hoeji, by the carcass, 7c K. ijr.u.iutiis. uonee. i3(ucior ordinary. i,i 00a (Slice lor lair, 16017c lor g. choice. Tea imperial. 5503 GOJJc; Carolina, 6J403"4e fair, ISOtIS!: for loicc. Tea imperial, 5503-S0e, Rice Louisiana, Salt per car-load, election. Most of this was spent upon the Total week before.. I This I I Week. I 44.037 0.21 H lO.SW 482, ISO! Total reecipU at all United States ports, 941,:',4"; same date 1S79, 818,580; same date 1878, 701,022. Increase of receipts at United States ports this year, 122,766. Total foreign exports, 471,K3'.I; last year, 338,040; year liefore, 203,03-1. Total stocks at the I 111 tea .Mates jiorts, 482,480; last year, 377,707 vear before, 898, 215. FINANCE. A quiet but a good steady business was ex perienced at the bank yesterday. The de mand for money continues good, and bank ers are rejoicing in full opportunity to em ploy their capital. In the local market no transactions were reported. For a lot of Memphis and Charleston railroad stock 39 was oH'erred and rt fused. The Nashville itiii twin, of Pridav, quotes it 384Q. The New York sMfam, of Thursday, reports: "New York exchange was quoted to-day as follows, st the places named: Savannah baying, ; selling, (" off. Charleston taring, (7-10 dlsconnt; selling par. New Orleans -commercial, 150discount;bank,par. ChicairoUM) discount. Boston -30 discount. Exchange at our hanks is buying at i discount OB New York and other prominent eastern points; with three-days' grace, discount; staling at par. On New Orleans, discount; selling at par. Money is loaned on short date at 8 per 'cent. Shelby county scrip, 96 bid, 100 asked. Shelby county Kinds sell ing at par; Memphis gas stock, last sale at !X); Jiauk of Confmerce stock, par; State bank stock, bap; "niiiu and l'la.il. ts si.s k, 110; Memphis and i 'hat'csp.n raili.i.id Stock, 39 buying, and 40 selling! Memphis Eire and Citv insurance stock, i Blutl'C'ity insurance sloes, tl) bid; Mississippi and Tennessee tirsl I . . . , .... . r mortgage bonds, ex-coupon, i-o(.i uo; juis- rat mortgage bonds, WMnt; L.ittie noc-K ami Fort Smith quoteil in Boston yestenlay, 57; Little Rock and Smith 7s, 104$. Last sale of People's ir.tl'rancc at 88. MEMPHIS BAMk CLEARINGS. Clearings. Balances, fletolier 10 t22X,570 1 1 $12,415 52 Total this week l.HH,'.Wl Total liu,t week HUB RIVERA AND WEATIIKB. The following official table gives particu lars concerning the condition of rivers and weather at all important points: ,aK3 OrrlCIALSlONALSEBVlCE V. 8. A. 1 Mkmfhis, Ocuiber 10, IHS0. Above low i Changes. water. stations. 1 Rise ! Tall Feet, inches, inches, inches. Cairo t 7 ! 10 8 Cincinnati 4 j 10 5 Davenport ... 1 6 6 Dubuque :i r. Helena 6 .. Keokuk..... - Leavenworth 0 l 1 tLlttleRock 2 2 2 .. Louisville S 11 Memphis S 3 3 Nashville 18 2 JNew Orleans 12 ! 1 Pittsburg ( 2 Shreveport ft 6 1 St. Louis 9 8 Vicksburg Below bench mark. tDouch mark, low water 1879. JBelow hUcli water of 1874. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. 1 Bar. i Then i Wind. 7 Weather. 7:00 a.m. 30.028 40 i 8.W. Cloudy. 2:00 p.m. 80.1 53 W. Cloudv. 9:00 p.m. 30.130 ft-' I tV. Clear, Maximum thermometer, t",7. Minimum thermomclor. 40. Rainfall, 0.20. BY TELEGRAPH. WHEELING, Ofltober 10. River 2 feet 5 lushes, and stationary. Weather warm and variable. NASHVILLE. October 16. River rising, with 1 foot 6 inches on the shoals. VICKSBURG, October 10. Weather cloudy and cool ; thennomter o4. Up: Guiding Star. 9 a.m.; Grand Tower, 11 R.m. Down: Centennial, 10 a.m. Heavy rain hist night. NEW ORLEANS, October 16. Weather cool and raining: thermometer 72J. Arrived: Bigley and barges, Si. Louis: Bedford. Helena. Departed: John A. Scudderand E. O. Slanard, SI. Louis. CINCINNATI, October 10Nosn. River 4 feet 9 inches, aud stationarv. Weather clear and cooler. Night Weather cloudy and cool. River 5 feet, and swelling from local rains. PITTSBURG, October 16 Noon. River 2 inches below the gauge, and stationary. Weather warm and variable. Night River 2 inches below the gauge, and stationary. Weather rainy and warm. EVA NS VILLE. October 16 Noon. River 3 feet 6 Inches, and rising. Weather cold and windy, with hard rain last night. Night River 3 feet 6 inches, and rising. Weather c-lear and cold. LOUISVILLE, October 10 Noon. River station ary, with 3 feet 10 inches in tho canal and 1 foot 10 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather, hard raiu last night. Night River stationary, with 3 feet 10 inches in the canal and 1 foot 10 inches iu the chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather cloudy and chilly. The new Belle Memphis was launched this afternoou from Howard's yard. CAIRO, October 16 Noon. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: Golden Rule, Cincinnati, 7a.m.; Paris C. Brown, New Orleans, noon. Departed: My Choice and barges and John Gilmore aud barges, St. Louis, 8 p.m. ; Gold Dust, Vieksburg, 2 a.m.; City of Alton, New Orleans, 6 a.m. Night River 7 feet 10 inches, and rising. Weather fair; thermometer .W0. Arrived: John B. Maude, Mem phis, 4 p.m.; Grand Lake, St. Louis, 5 p.m. : Key west, St. Louis 7 p.m. Departed: Maude, St. Louis, 5 p.m. ST. LOUIS, October 16 Noon River falling slowly. Weather clear and cool. Arrived : Golden City, New Orleans. No dearture. Night River stationary, with 9 feet 8 Inches by the gauge. Weather clear and cold: very windy all day. Arrived: Beaver. Memphis; Annie P. Silver, New Orleans. Departed: W. P. Halliday and Gilmore and barges. New Orleans; Joe Kinney, Vieksburg. War Dep't. Signal Service, U. S. AiufT. 1 Sati boay, October Hi. 188D, 10:08 p.m. f Place of in.. iq.k I Wind. Weath- a, ...v.... ni. Observation. Chattanooga.. I Halves ion udiaiiola 1 Louisville Memphis t Nashville. . . f New Orleans.. Shrevcport . . . Vieksburg ' Little Roek...: :: Hi 30.28 '29.92 SOLl'H 31. C6 SO is SO.2.1 :i0.i". 80. 1 3 iTher. 54 n '49' 49 .11 58 52 W. N. w. w. Kresh. Brisk. Brisk. ' Brisk. Gentle. Brisk. N.W. ; Kresh. 8.W. : Fresh. i cr. jClondy i Clouay I Cloudy Clear. iCloudy .Cloudy 'Kair. mar. IKair. $1 40 ; from slore, 84 50 per barrel ; coarse, per sack, SI 35&1 40; line. SI 65. Sugars cut loaf. UVjc; granulated, llllc; powdered, lllc. Molasses Louisiana sugarhouse rubolled choice, 5355c; prime, 4oc ; fair, 42(41c ; syrups, 3550c. BAGGING AND TIES. Bagging flax, lWiSlle. jute, 1 to 2 lbs, HHJ12ci mixed, llUic. Ties standard makes. $2 25; pieced and outside brands, SI 75. Twine, 17c per lb. LIME AND CEMENT. Lime, 80c a barrel; Louisville cement, SI 65 a barrel ; Roscdale cement, SI 75 a barrel: Portland, So. HIDES AND LEA TILER, ETC. Oak sole, S7 10c; Hemlock, 27(830c per lb.: harness, 36$40c; skirting, 3842c ; French calf, S4060 per dosen ; domestic calf, S3045 per dozen. Hides dry' Hint, No. 1, 18c ; No. J, 15c: dry salt, 14c: green, 6$7c; green salt, 9c. Sheepskins, 50cSl 50. Tallow, 5 (i!-ie. Beeswax, 20c. WOOL. Tubwashed, 35 40c ; unwashed, 22(32Ce ; burry, 1520c I BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YOKK, October 16 Flour steady;, superfine western and State, $3 80(a4 ao Wheat firm; ungraded red, SI 04(.l 20. Cof fee weak, lljfu 16c. Sugar demand fair and market firm; fair to good refinery, "JC.i 7 c. Molasses quiet. Rice steady, with a fair de mand. Pork quiet but firm; mess quoted at SlGfo lfi 2-1). Lard firm; prime steam, 8.72Jc. CINCINNATI, October 16. Flour dull: family $4 75(" o; fancy, So 25C.6. Wheat stronger; No. 2 amber, SI Olfa.l 02; No. 2 red winter, SI 03. Corn firmer; No. 2 mixed, 42(Vi.42Jc. Oats in good demand ; No. 2 mixed, 33jo-34c. Rye dull; No. 2 fall, 89i(nll0c. Barley steady ; No. 2 fall, 75c. 1'. irk dull and nominal; jobbing, $17. Lard in fair demand, 8Jc. Bulk meats dull and lower, 0(.i 7jc. Bacon easier, 5(To8(Viic. Whisky quiet, SI 09. Butter quiet; choice western reserve, 22(W 24c ; choice central Ohio, 1820c. LOUISVILLE, flctober 16. Flour de mand fair and market firm; extra, S3 2-"(a 3 50; extra family, S 75(.4; A No. 1, $4 75 S; choice fancy, $5 oOfVi-6 25. Svheat firm er, 959tiC. Corn steady, with a fair de mand; No. 2, 44U-; No. 2 mixed, 43jc. Oats quiet, but linn; No. 2 white, 35c; No. 2 mixed, 34c. Rye quiet; No. 2 fall, 90c. Hay in ps.d demand. J13(ili. Fork nomi nal. Lard, in good demand; prime steam, He. Bulk meats quiet, but setady, 5, 8J(S S.tiOc. Bacon steadv, 5, S.85, 9Jc. Sugar cured hams, 11c. Whisky steady, SI 09. ST. LOl'IS, MO., October 16. Flour easier but not lower. Wheat lower; No. 2 red, 1 02(" 1 02 cash, $1 02C-1 03 November, $1 0&$1 07 December, SI 07Vi-f06j Jan uarv, SI 112 bid vear; No. 3 red, S95(.i 95Jc; No." 4 red, 90j(.i.l. Corn lower, 39Jfri3!Uc cash, 39S9fc November, :t9j(?i:393c De e. niber, SUc year, 45Cu-44jc May. Oats lower, 29(o 28i)c cash, 29jjc Novcmlicr. Rye dull, 82ic. Barley quiet; prime to fancv, 70o. 95e. Whisky steady, SI 10. Pork lower; jobbing, SI 5 50. Drv salt meats dull, $4 95(2) 7 80(Ti-10. Bacon lower, 5jr-5Ki(i-55(j SJc. Lard nominal, 8.15c. CHICAGO, October 16. Flour quiet, but steady. Wheat active, but lowei ; No. 2 red winter, M$160; No. 2 spring, Chicago, SI 75f7i 1 87 J cash; SI 02 J No veniber ; SI 03g I)eceniber; No. 3 spring, Chicago, 93c. Corn in fair demand, but at lower rates; 39 jfu-39je cash; 40jc November, 41 Jc December, 45H 45 jc May. Oats in good demand, but at lower rates; 321c bid cash, 33c October, 30c bid November, 31c December. Rye and barley steady. Pork easier; S18 cash, S1247J l.i 12 50 November, S12 92J January. Lard steadv and iu fair demand; 8.30c cash, 8.15c November, 8.05c Januarv. Whisky steadv at 1 11. noVEMEXTf OX THE I.EVEE.1VH? Arrival. Coahoma, Helena; J.0I111 T. Moore, Helena; W. J. Poitevent, Commerce; Rene Macrcady, St. Francis river; Mark Twain, Hail, s Point; Colorado, St. Louis; James W. GafF, Cincinnati. Departure. Coahoma, Helena; John T. Moore, Helena; W. J. Poitevent, Commerce; Rene M- cready, St. Francis river; Mark Twain, Hailes Point; Silverthorn, Hailcs Point; Trader, Shawnee Village; Colorado, St. Louis. In Port. James W. Gaff. Boat Hue, Down: Osceola Belle, City of of Alton, Gold Dust, Ste. Genevieve. Up: James Lee, Josie Harry, W. ' J. Poite vent, Ouachita Belle, Rene Macready, Coa homa, John T. Moore, Guiding Star, Marlin Speed. BOATS LEA VINO THIS BAY. Vicksbcro Gold Dust, J. J. McCord master' 10 a.m. St. IjOL-is City of Providence, George Len nox master, 10 a.m. New Orleans City of Alton, H. CS Bixby master, 10 a.m. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Friars Point James Lee, Stack Lee master, 5 p.m. Osceola Osceola Belle, Henry Coojier master, 5 p.m. St. Louis Guiding Star, W. B. Miller master, 12 ni. St. Louis Ste. (rencvieve, D. A. Wist master, 0 pm. New Orlfaxs Cherokee, George Wolf master, 5 p.m. "Commekce W. J. Poitevent, W. J. Ash ford master, 5 p.m. Arkansas City Ouachita Belle, Mark R. Cheek master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Mark Twain 140 bales cotton. 110 sacks cotton-seed. W. J. Poitevent 56 bales cotton, 432 sacks cotton-seed. Coahoma 20 bales cotton, 22 bags seed- cotton, 543 sacks cotton-seed, lot sundries. John 1. .Moore 9 bales cotton, .01 sacks cotton-seed, 54 bdls shingles, 12 pkgs mdse. 1 ho hone .Macrcadv brought out ot St. Francis river 98 bales cotton, 37 sacks cot-ton-ijeed. Colorado 1704 drv brls, 138 wet brls, 770 pails lard, 13 casks meal, 115 bales hav, 440 sacks graiu, 250 rolls bagging, 9 horses, 47 hogs, 4l bales cotton, 1019 pkgs sundries. .lames W. Uall 909 brls Hour, 5 brls meat. 170 brls potatoes, 25 brls onions. 20 brls beans, 172 brls vinegar and whisky, 37 bales cotton, 29 sacks bran, 42 sacks potatoes, 656 kegs nails, 147o bxs canned goods. 906 pkgs furniture, 900 pkgs iron, 775 empty brls, 1016 pkgs rcofing paper, 400 bdls ties, 1000 emptv candy buckets, 15 buggies, 700 pkgs wagon stuff, 2000 tire brick. LOCAL POIIT XOTES. dollars. A landing was finally effected and no further harm resulted. PERSONAL. Thomas Ware, a well-known cngineei, has arrived from St. Louis. Captain Ed Hart, of this city, is in Cin cinnati on a flying trip. " John Carroll and James Madison, pilots of the J ames W. Gaff, left by rail for Cincin nati last night. We are pleased to state that Tom B. Sheri dan has recovered from his attack of ;vere sickness. He now goes over to Hot Springs to connect himself with the Daily Telegraph. Success to the major. Among the numerous passengers on the. Jdoies W. Gaff were Mesdames Lytle, Bich mond, Ebbert, Snyder, Thrall, Sheerer, Buch man, Collins, Lacky; Miss Ida Ellis, of Hen dersoa; Misses White, Katie Sadler, Alary and Clara UaU, Raja, Coles, Lieutenant Herr and fiinily, Howard Willett, Jacob Snyder and A. L. Dunn. Captain James Kenniston, late of the Vint Shinkle, arrived last night. The Cincinnati Timet, of yesterday, in noticing his depar ture, said: "He takes his golden slippers along, having unpacked them for his wed ding day, which occurs on the twentier th of the present month. It is a fact that the gal lant captain has found a life partner in Mrs. Scott, an estimable and wealthy lady residing at Coilierville, Tennessee, and is about to as sume the matrimonial yoke. 'Old Tube' has the best wishes of a thousand friend-." PICKED IV ADRIFT. G. A. Wible, of Allegheny City, gives the following directions for getting water cut of an empty barge while the towing steamer is under way: "Bore say a two-inch hole through the bottom of the barge; then put a funnel through the hole, projecting several incites below the bottom. This forms a vacuum, and the water will all run out; but when the boat stops the hole must be plugged, or the water will run back into the barge with great force." The Louisville CbsasitrtiV says: "The work of putting in a movable dam in the Kentucky chute is progressing rapidly. The excava tion in the rock-bed of the river was made last year, and a part of the frame work put 111 position. The iron work was also fir ished last year and fitted together at the locki near Portland. The wooden work upon which the iron frames are to rest is now being fastened to the rock-bed and the various castings bolted to it. A large force of men wer; em ployed yesterday on the work, as the govern ment is taking advantage of every day of the low water to push the dam to completion. The coffer-dam wes begun a week age last Wednesday, and was finished in two and one half days, which is re:nark ably quick work considering the strong current through the open ing. The opening is 300 feet wide, ani will enable boats in high water to come up through the Kentucky chute. In low water the movable portion of the dam w 11 bo raised and the elevation of the water kept up in the basin before the city and in the -anal. A number of these dams are being constructed in this country. In one of the depataients of the Cincinnati exposition Colonel Merrill contributes a number of phob graphs of sev eral of them. The work here is in General Weiliel's department, and is under the im mediate supervision of Colonel Schoop, superintendent of the Louisvilli and Port land cana'l.' TOWBOATH A NO BARGES. Captain R. P. Glenn is loading barge No. 22 with oil cake for New Orleans. The Haven and barges from New O.-leans passed up yesterday morning for St. Lonia, The St. Louis PoU-lHxjMtch, of Friday, says: "Low water between St. Louis and Cairo seriously interferes with and lessens the value and profits of the New Orleans barge system, and tho late advance in prices of grain combine to paralyze the trade. The Iron Mountain and barges are understood to be 'laid up' at present." MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. KBW YORK. October 10. Arrived : Brtttaala, Liverpool. Tho Hrittanla brought 3214.000 ill viold. Win. fl. Vanderbiltwas amoiiK her passengers. QCEKN'STOWX, Octolier 10. Arrived: Abj-s-sinia, Helvetia, Wisconsin ami Republic. New Tork. NEW ORLEANS October lit. Arrived New York. Cleared: ijilslan.l, Liverpool tliusa. Havre: General Whitney, New York I liters. re- IJOOD REASONS Ulveu by Attorney-General .. I Turner lor He'iMing lo .o to Michigan and mortgage ooiios, ca-cou.ou, i-m- -s,, sissippi and Tennessee second mortgage, last sale at 108; Memphis and Little Rock first n It! "O..Vil iO 244,771 a 216,33) 41 lt.!,4il M The Atlh'otir, Misaiaslppl ana Onto Sale, KiciiMoxn, Va.. October lo. At a meeting of the influential citizens of Richmond, Lvnchburg, lVU-nd-lirg, Norfolk and other chics held to-dav to consider the best measure to be a lopled to secure postponement of the fale of the Atlantic, Misiisipi and Ohio railroad, on the 2d of November, under order of the United States court, resolutions were unanimously adopted, providing first for a committee to lay before the councils of the above named cities a plan ocombining their influence for applying to Ine United Hmim mart for an extension of the date of ale. Second, that the committee may re rummend to the eitiea to make as a part of their application tor extension a contract for the purpose in view," conditioned upon said parties paring into the court at the expira tion of the tune of extension the sum of $.rH,000, with a guarantee of payment 111 full of the present outstanding indebtedness on the- interest account of the company, Tliese o.iumites shall also confer with the ov- ...... icv-i.. n.-ra and board 01 puoi and asK tneir am and vrnor, wnrlr- ... Vlrtftnil co-operation, and t urge upon theni 1 the im portance of the effort to save to the com monwealth, her citie's and her citizen s great roia-rty, whose sacrifice is thrsutcued in the near future. State elections in Ohio and Indiana to buy an election in which neither Garfield nor Lrncock were candidates, but wlych it was thought would make people abroad believe that Garfield is considered a marvelous proper man at home, provided the Republican local tiakei c.irried (hose States. This thin fraud will be made roost manifest iu November. But the money is gone, and ihe boys will not stand another assessment. Now, the popular ma jority of Governor Tildea oyer Governor Hayes in 1870, according to the returning board count, was 250,807, and according to the actual face of the returns It was 261.747. Hy the ruecs of debauching the returning boards of Louisiana and Florida, in which Garfield was a leading cssoirator, the votes of those two States were flirowii gnt of the lu.......;,. n,iiHi pti,l ilie electoral vole 111 .11 ihe States was made to aloud 18" for Hayes ! bill., and 184 for Tilden. Ixaviux -M of the I luent count entirely the eleven electoral yole of Virginia, which some timid iK'uioeraU think a doubtful State, the vote of the other south ern States w.dild give Hancock 127 electoral votes; neoessarv 14 a choice, 185. Now, with the six votes of Connecticut which gave Til den a majoritv of 2900; Ihe uiye ofes of New Jereev, which gave Tilden a uiaiority ot ML046; the thirty-two votes of New York, which gave him a majority of 32,989; the five votes 0? West Viraiyia. which gave him a siailroad Land Claim Derided. WashiSiitos, October 16. The secretary of the interior to-dav received a decision in volving large jiecuniary iuterests in the case of the Western railroad of Minnesota, now operated and controltod hy the Northern Pa cific railroad company, In regard to the claim of that company lor lauaa under me in demnity grant to the State of Minnesota of the act'of Murch 3, lo-VJ, and March 3, 1 alio, aud various amendatory statutes. This de cision, which also bears directly upon similar claims of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railroad, and probably upon those of several other weU-rn companies, is favorable to the claims. It is to the effect, first, that ouch indemnity can only be taken for lands lost in a place along the reajiective line of the road within the lateral limits prescribed by the granting acts as contradisiiuguietl from grants of a quantity to the amount ,.f anv deaiirnatcd number ol sections per mile for the entire length of Hie road; second, that the indemnity is provided for all lauds sold or iire-eoipted prior to the dale ..1 ihe definite location ol the resective lines whether m. , 1 of before uC after the passage of the framing acts; but that the , lands reserved by competent authority before ate of the grants are altogether excepted 'f their operation, and cau neither be indemnity nor made a basis of such hen so loiind reserved within the ibw Ibis decision accords with Atto-rney-lteneral IVvena, fur- nterior i! paruurnt last June, in actor.l with the origi- ueoartuiem. prior to ih.- uie iiprvme court iu lw , LAW re nee a The following is the New York weekly state ment of the associated banks: Ixians, increase, $2,290,700; specie, increase. :i72,100; legal tenders, increase, $-105,400; deposits, in crease, $1,553,300; circulation, decrease, $944, 600; reserve, increase, $399,175. The banks now hold $4,757)75 iu excess of legal re quirements. BY TELEGRAPH PARIS. October 16 Rentes, 85f. 57 if. LONDON, October 1 7. Consols money, 98 7-10; account, 9Si; new 5s, 104J; 4s, 113?: 4s. 113: Illinois Central. 118; Penn sylvania Central, 6i; New Nork Central, 38 J. Erie, 4o; seconds, 9i NKW YORK, October 16 Money easy at 2fo 3 percent. lrime mercantile paper. 4( 5J per cent. Stsrlinc exchange bankers 4M; rtemand, 4Jsij. i.ovcrn bonds Btroa" and ccnerallv i to 1 percent, higher; t nmii stales coupons 01 1881, 104S; new 5s, 102$; new 4is, 110; new '4s. lOSi: Pacific Os of 1895, 125. State 1 mi ids stcu.lv but inactive: Iniisiana 74 consols, 481; Missouri '6s, 108; St. Jo aenh. 107: Tcnnesce 6s. old, 38; Ten nessee 6s. new. 3H: Virginia 6s, old 2R- Virginia 6s. new. 27; Virginia con sols, ill: Virginia consols, preferred, 107 Kailroad bonfls aeUjc d irregular. 111. stock market opened strong and i to 1 J per ler the latter in .Northwestern pre hut subsequently declined J to 1 pc later advanced t to -is Per cent. Canada Sviuiho,:; leading in the improve ment. This was followed ba s reaction ot p. ! p.r cent- but during the afternoon sia-culation ajain became strong, and unde brisk purchases ihe entire list rose sharply the closing pricts showing an advance oi to 3 jier cent, on the day s transacuons, uie 1 .1- maiority ol 14,569, and u.c ml votes of cent, high Maine, which carried the anti-Kepullu-Hn ferred hi ticket the other day, Hancock will have 18; ' cci.:.. and votes, or one more than necessary to elect. The following States may be set dinm as not al.sviojely certain either way: California, with iu si electoral votes, only gave Hayes a uiioritv of ltoi. showing a Jlemocratic gain oi 9433; Oregon, wnh !tj three v.'tcs, ...1 -.1. l- rrnve him a niaiorltv oi 1067. showing a'Denofratic gain of 244S; ( '. lo-! grwe-shares of Western Union. Union Pa rdo with its three voles, which onlv gnve ', citic and tmpull Southern leading. Ch-ve H VIMIOUU HOSPITALITY. BtiMlnewa Suspended to Receive Ueneral Urnnl IleSnys RepnblicN arc not I ii k ratefnl. Enunice In the Canvass or that Ktaile Tor Weaver, the treenbnelt Cnntlf didule for I'rc.idi nl. The following correspondence has ipetial interest for any (ireenbackers herealMiuls who may have a lingering longing to do some thing for Weaver. Attorney-General Tur ner's letter is pertinent and pointed, tmthful, manly and honest, and strikes the nail square on the head. It is a letter for the times that cannot fail of the best effect wherever it is read: flF.APQrAirrr.iH or tiik Stati: i entrali'ioimit-1 teh, National Qaamnmstnc La BOB PajnTV ! OP M Kill.. AN. Granii Rai-iiis, Mini., October 13, 18S0. j Cciieral (1. P. M. Turner, Memphis, Tennessee: My Dear Sir If we can secure a few big speakers in this State before November 2d, we nan sweep everything before i s, and roll up'a huge majority for Weaver and Chambers. As things now stand, Michigan is a doubtful State. Can you give us four days here, and at what expense'.' Hoping to re ceive an early reply, with date and prices, and wishing you God speed in the noble work, I am verv trulv yours. . WM. 1. DDOBL Chairman. rrrn.ii! J. t . HAUTKouri, Co.nn'., (-tober 16. General irant arrived here at noon and was received it the depot bv the rJOVB in Blue and th veteran organizations of the State. A grand parade followed lhecitv is thronged with visitors. Business was almost suspended and lecorations are everywhere. Alter a colla tion General 1 irant was formally received in Bushnell park, where addresses of welcome were made bv .lames Lt. liatterson, Samuel t Clemens and General Hawlcy. In reply General Grant said: Mr. Phc-ipknt asp liESTi rsr.N f.v HaatVOBl I am very proud of the welcomes that I have 1 eeivc.l at the liiunls ol my fellow-eituens Irom s"an Knnu isio to iUisloii. but this is the first occasion where I have bi-en thrice welcomed. So much has been said in tlie tbree welcomes I have received that it leaves me little to say, except to disafrree with the last speaker aa to the character of the American xple for generosity. (General Grant thus referred to the remarks of Mark Twain, to the effect tbaf rci.ubUcs are ungrateful. lontinmnft. iver.tiai j.rant sam: recognlne their generosity, and wnnt tbey have given me is more valued than gold or silver. No amount 0 the latter could compensate for the courtesy and kind leellng wim wmen 1 have everywhere been received. 1 feel you have alveii testimony to thai to-day, and for that I thank you, one and all. General Grant and parly were then escorted through the city by veteran soldiers from all parts of the State, and tho Republican cam paign duly of Hartford and the surrounding Iowa. Cvansrellral Lutheran Sjuod. Paytox, October 16. The Evangelical Lutheran synod is now holding its twentv fourth regular session in this city The synod comprises the Lutheran churches in Western Pepnsvl'-ania, Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. Nearly 500 clergy and lay dele gates are in attendance, and the session will continue over next Tnesdsv. Woman Sunras;e In Orersn. PoitTi.AND, Oregos, October 10. The senate and house passed a constitutional amendment in favor o womau suffrage ; 21 to 0 in the house, and 32 to 2. in the senate. him a niaiorltv of 838, ahoy Jug 3 Democratic . . 1 I.l. W AS. - . gain ol WK evaaa, wnu it uuce uic, which gave him only 1089, showing a Demo cratic gain of lOSSj Virginia, with it eleven votes, lyhich gave Tilden a majority of 4l,l0ft, showing a f)emocratic gain of 46,098, and Pennsylvania, wiih its twentv-ninc votes, the native Slate of Hancock, which gave Hayes a majority of 17,944, showiug a IX-mocratic gain which i stated at over 100,00 voles. Now add to this hopeful view the fact that the popularity of I lane, .-k and the unpopu larity of Garfield were not elements in the State elections of Octolier, and to this also the fact that th best posted men in Virginia, Indiana and Pennsylvania are willing to wager all they are worth upon Han cock carrying all three of those ptntes, and where is the room for doubt, or even dLs couragement? Let every friend of constitu tional liberty, of sectional harmony, aud of personal honesty in the administration of Bijlilit affairs, and every man who prefers the . inner of neace and fratcrnilv to the bloody shirt pick his illnf, and go to work. I have believed all the Mu that when the race comes equally down between Mm warrior iLateaman ana the DeGolyer candidate, the former will b eitwteJ by more than -VW.OOO of a popular majority, and ihr is absolutely nothing in the .liver and crobl niSalimi ia I,,'. tJdltif di ! h."" cii ' or geer- . ! a doubt that an immense majority of L A 1. ' land. Columbus. Cinclniialt iil lndianaiu lis advanced 4j tier cent. The earnings of t!.e l.-uver and Kio Grande road in creased $74,000 for the second week in October. Transactions aggregated 445,000 shares: 2000 Chicago, Burlington and Ouincv, Ol.lKKl Chicago, Columbus and In diana Central, 28,000 Lackawanna, lew Delaware and Hudson, 42,000 Kric. l.",PW Hannibal and St. Joseph, 9000 Iron Mountain, 23,000 Kansas and Texas, 20 000 Lke sh.jre 2200 Ltike 1-j-ie and Wes tara, S400 Michigan DantoaL J5,000 North west. 111. H200 New Jersey Ceutral, 15,000 New York IVhtral.-iss) yiorinern i acinc,o-tw Ghio and Mississippi, 18,000 Pacific Mail, 93110 Heading, 18,000 Hi. Paul, 4800 tH. Paul, and Omaha, 20,000 Cnioii Pacific, 29,000 Wa bash andl'aeific. 32,000 Western Union, 0700 Canada oulliern, 2800 IX-nver and Kio Grande and 3i00 Peoria, Deca tur and Kvansville. (Quotations: Central 1'a. ific Kadjk 1 12 ; I'uioii Pacific firsts, 113; Union Pacific land grams, 1 13; I' n ion Pacific sinking funds, 117 otlcml; Ijeliigh and Wilkeabarre, 125; St. Paul and Sioux cilv Urcj no sales; Chicago, Col pmtma and Indiana laata) no sales; Chicago, UohiUtbin and lnu';.-:.-! Central seconds, no sales; trio acronds, Mi; lock Island, 118; Panama. lVo" oneied; I'oil yfavna, 124 offered; Pittsburg, 123; Illinois Cemrai, JlJJ; Llucago, UurUng- hlcago aim Alton, 1 l:.ii The WEEKLY APPEAL AT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, is one of the CHEAPEST PAPERS in this country. Every farmer in he South ought to have it. Each number contains as much read ing matter as an ordinary novel Its MARKET REPORTS are the fullest and most accurate sent from Memphis , and its ME WSCOL UMNS contain everything 01 in Business brisk on the landing. The local packets departed with fair trips. Overcoats were in use on the levee yester day. The Marlin Speed is ihe next packet for Arkansas river. Several steamers due had not put in an appearance up to dark last night. A decline ol two inches was recorded ves; terdav, o.2 being the statte last nicht. The Star of the West, Dan Kice's advance packet, arrived from above yesterday. Keceipts liv river vcstcnlav, 4Uo bales cot ton, 22 bags seed-cotton and 1873 sacks cotton-seed. The Bene Macready brouuht up last nieht the remainder of the property saved from the wreck ol tne liatesville. The storm ol Friday night was quite se vere ou the river, but no damage was report ed to any boat but the (iafT. The Colorado arrived from St. Louis yes terday afternoon with 5150 packages of freight, and returned last night. The little steamer Trader left yesterday evening on her first trip for Shawnee village. Captain Oscar Postal is in command. The great iron steamtr Chas. P. Chouteau, Captain William Thorweigan. is the regular packet for New Orleans next Wednesday. The Guiding Star, Captain W. H. Miller, will pass up Monday at 12 o'clock, for Cairo and St. Louis, John S. Jones is her clerk. The Cherokee, Captain George Wolf, will pass down Monday evening at 5 o'clock for New Orleans ami all intermediate landings. The Mark Twain, Captain W. P. Hall, 14. O. Michell, clerk, left on her initial trip in the Hailcs Point trade, yesterday cveninc 3 The Gold Dust, Captain J. T. McCord, ist Anchor-line packet this momine at 10 o'clock. for Vieksburg and the bends. II. Dietrich is her clerk. The Citv of Alton, Captain H. C. Rixbv, is the Auchor-line packet this morning at 10 o'clock, lor Stem Ur leans, iiiiani Manann is her clerk. The W.J. Poitevent, Captain W. J. Ash ford, is the packet Monday evening, at 5 o clock, lor Commerce and lite bends. eil Booker is her clerk. The Ste. Genevieve, Captain D. A. Wist. is the Anchor-line packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo aud St. Louis. John Massensale is her clerk. The City of Providence, Captain Georce Lenox, is the Anchor-line packet this morn ing at iu o'clock, tor Cairo and St. Louis Frank Perkins is her clerk. The Silverthorn, Captain P. A. Byrnes, left yesterday evening for Hailes Point, and will return m time to leave for the same des tiuation on Tuesday evenimr. The Osceola Belle, Captain Henrv Cooper is the packet Monday evening nt o o'clock for Osceola and the upper bends. Wm. Smither and John Haley are her clerks. The Josie Harry, Captain Milt K. Harry failed to arrive m time to leave yesterday but will doubtless lie found in port this morning, aud leave agaiu to-day for White river. The James W.Gaff, Captain W. R. Wise, ar rived yesterday' morning from Cincinnati with 000 tons miscellaneous freight and a big trip of passengers, and lays up here for the present ou account of low water iu the Ohio river. The James Lee, Captain Stack Lee on deck, is the packet Moudav evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and all way landings. Llovd Whitlow is her clerk, as sisted bv Piatt Khoades and Arthur Brown. The Ouachita Belle, Captain Mark. K. Cheek on the roof, is tlie packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all intermediate landings. A. L. Cummings presides in her office, assisted by Amos Day, Si ike Logan and D. K. Andrews', The Memphis and Cincinnati Packet COM pany's steamer James W. Gaff arrived yes terday morning after a long and difficult passage, having .-pent some time investigat ing the sandbars in the Ohio river. The storm of Friday night struck her abeut thirty miles above here and she narrowly escaped being capaiafd. The gale struck the vessel as she was heading toward shore to make a landing for safely, and in less time than it is require! i leu it, luu jacssiau, uerricas, booms, stages, also a part of the boiler deck freight, were carried overboard by the vio lence of the blast. One of the stages was not recovered. While on the vessel's hurricane deck, Captain Wise received a violent blow tiring missile, ami a nm I 1 ' ... LIVER PILLS. 45 Tears Before the Public. THE GENUINE Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy "for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are uncqualed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each vrappcr bears the signatures of C. McLane and Fleming Bros. BqT" Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. TOLl'. GROCERIES. DISPENSARY. Sure Cnrc for Coughs, Colds, More Throat. Bronchitis, Astlimti. Consumption. AND ALL DISEASES OF THROAT AND LUNGS. NT, V enue, 880. J: I I I I I I CONSTIPATION Invariably causes general de rangement of the entire sVs tem, and begets many diseases that are gloomy in their as pect, and often hazardous to health and life. Persons of a costive habit are subject to melancholy feelings, headache, low spirits, timidity, defective memory, gloomy forebodings, nervousness, fevers, languor, drowsiness, irritable temper, indisposition, and other conse quent symptoms which often unfits the sufferer for business or agreeable associations. Regular Habit of Body alone can correct the evils enumerated above, and nothing succeeds so iveH in achieving and maintaining this con dition as l LAXATIVE Extract from Report of tbe Commis sioner of Internal Revenue. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, uractm internal Hove Washington, D. C, January 26. 1880. Messrs. Lawrence A Martin. Ill Madison street. Chicago, 111. Gentlemen : I have received "a certi. fled formula," giving the lngredlgntg and relfttive proportions used in the manufacture of sn article winch you advertise and sell under the name of "TOLU, ROI'K AND RYE." This compound, ac cording to your formula. In the opinion of this of. flee, would have a sufficient quantltvof the It A I SAM OF TOLU to give it all the advantages ascribed to this article in pectoral complaints, while tho Whisky and Syrup constitute ait emulsion render ing tlie compound an agreeable remedy to the patient. In the opinion of this office, an article com pounded according to this formula may properly be classe.1 its a medicinal preparation, under the pro visions of Schedule A. following sectten 3437, United Suites Revised Statutes, slid when so stamped may tie sold by Drucxists. Apothecaries and other uer- sons, without rendering tlieni liable to pay a siiecial Signed GREEN B. BosbbbbmIosbbf. Put up In Quart Size Bottles for Family Use. uoiri oe acceivca oy unprincipled lax as liquor dealers. Yours respectfully. BUI L H. Put up in Q r a iiTiniu ami dealers who try to palm oil upon you Rock and Rye in plsce of our TOLU, ROCK AND RYE, which is the only genuine medicated ar ticle made, having a Government Stamp on each botlle. LAWRENCE ,v MA RTIN. Proprietors, 111 Madison street, Chicago. Sold In Mcsiplds by all Druggists. Grocers and Wine Merchants generally ; at wholesale bv S. Mansfield A Co.. C. P. Hum A Co. and A. Varearo A Co., who will supply the trade si manufacturers' prices. MIM.IM.HV. HOPKINS m wd is J 1 1 T By its use not only is the system renovated and cleansed of all im purities, but in consequence of the harmtnious changes thus created, there pervades the entire organism a feel ing of satiety ; the mental faculties perform their functions with renewed vivacity, and there is an exhilaration of mind, freedom of thought, and perfect heart's ease, that bespeak the full enjoyment of health. TROPIC - FRUIT LAXATIVE will prove of inestimable value to the weak and debilitated of both sexes. In all cases of nervous, mental, and physical suiTering, brought about by stoppages, its use is especially val uable. The cleansing and depurat ing properties of the preparation cre ate changes that are both marvelous and gratifying; murky, gloomy, and sallow complexions, with blue and dark discolorations about the eyes (conditions that are allied to bilious ness, dissipation, and ill-health), are by degrees normally corrected and transformed into bright and clear complexions, in which the ruddy tints of health are bountifully depicted. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put up in bronzed tin boxes only. Avoid imitations. Ask your druggist for Descriptive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor, J. E. Hetherington, 36 Park Place, New Vork. Bowel Complaints! A SPEEDY AND EFFECTUAL CURE. PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN-KILLER Has Stood the Test of Forty Years Trial. Directions with Each Bottle. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS JEWELERS. MEarms, Tens.. October 13, 1S.S0. William P. Innes, Esq., Chairman State Central Committee- National Greenliack-Labor I-arty, Crand Rapids, Michigan: My Dear Sir I am this day in receipt of 1 our letter ot date th tweltth instant, n herein you are pleased to extend tome an invitation to visit your Sitate and make speeches 111 lie half of the National Greenback-Labor party ticket for President aud Vice President of the L'nited States. After thanking yon ::or the courtesy, let me sav in replv to votir letter.that I yield to no man in my devotion to the prin ciples oi tne iNational dreenback-l.abor par t', and if the ticket now in the field was such an one :i.- in my judgment merited my sup pott I would most willingly come to your Mate at mv own expense and do all in mv power to bring about success; but, my dear sir, I am clearly convinced that General Weaver, bv his course of conduct, hu been and is now playing directly into the hand of the Republican party. It makes no difference so far as results are concerned, whether Gen eral Weaver's course be inspired bv ixirrupt or innocent motives. Iu a true spirit of charity, I will concede that General Weaver is the victim of excessive zeal and an erring judgment. If we could secure four' electoral votes in Maine (the number promised to us by the fusion) we would in all probability go into the electoral college with u balance of power, which, if properly managed, might prove immcnsalv beneficial to our party. principles and organization. Mr. Weaver, bv his conduct, suys, in mute buBmnmistak able language, that ratherlthan fuse with the Democracy upon terms so liberal to his party, he prefers that the entire electoral vote of Maine be carried for the Republican party. I cannot extend to Mr. Weaver "aid aud comlort 111 his (to my mind verv evi dent) scheme to secure the triumph olGen- ral Garfield. The infamous and damnable manner in which lor two months uie great and small orators of the Republican party lave hounded, traduced, vilhhed ant. baselv slandered the people of the south, ooupled with the lact that 1 personally know that the southern people do not merit such abuse, inspires me with a horror tor the men who are willing to resort to such tactics to win success. Such men should be defea.ed, and all men who love justioe and hate oppression; all men who lovelionor and hate fou . false hood; all men who love their country and respect their fellow-countrymen, should unite upon a common line of policy to secure this defeat. I am not sectional in mv viewi, I am in a true sense an American citizen, knowing no cast, no weet, no north, no south. 1 love and honor all my country and all my coun trymen, and such should be the feeling of every true man and patriot. The utterances of the leading Republican orators who have spoken in the several mates during this cam paign have been keenly insulting to every honorable southern citizen. It is ipuite evi dent that the Republican party subsists upon hate aud falsehood, corruption and plunder. Such a party should be wiped out of polit ical existence. General Hancock is, at least, a national man one who loves Jliis country and respects his countrymen, without any re gard to the section in which thej reside. Surely the election of auch a man could not be fraught with danger to the government or its institutions. The election of General Gar field would surely go very far to eradicate forever any fraternal feeling between the northern and the southern people, for it can not be denied, if Garfield is elected, i; will lie an annouueetneut by the northern people that they regard the southern people as dis honest, deceitful, unpatriotic, uuc iristian, uncivilized cutthroats and robbers. A noble, law-abiding, christian people, thus to be written down in history by the verdict of their own countrvmen would be terrible. Mr Weaver, by his general line of conduct, seems to me to be trving to bring about this kind of a verdict. I cannot go with him. I shall go to the polls quietly and vote for Hancock, aud nurse me hopetnat in the tuture the JSa 1 , . . , tiouui iireenDaeK-i.aDor party may x prop erly organized and legitimately led by men w ho will struggle lor the success of its prin ciples. I am heartily disgusted with Gen eral Weaver and his policy. I caniot come to Michigan, lours, very trulv, G. P. M. TURNER. PKINS MEMPHIS. We are now prepared to give to our customers copies of our Im ported PATTERN BONNETS at a much more moderate and popular price. WJE&lfcCO THE OLDEST, I. ABU EST AA'D cheapest; RETAIL GROCERS IN THE 53ITT. H POrXM "A" SI I. Ui FUR. 5 pound. tiood Boasted ollec S pounds Brat lava Coffee IS pounds Best Ucriuan Koap. 12 pounds New Prunes 2 pounds Oood Ten Best Tea, per pound Peach Preaepvea, per pound. .. Bnspberry Preserves, per lb Strawberry Preserves, per lb. . These Preserves are equal to the best shaker; none betlercan be male. All orders Irani the rouuti 3 delivered FREE toanjr or tbe Bailru td Depots. WM. DEAN & CO. NO. 1S POPLAR T. OO . t o .... o ....1 ...JIOO 7.-S .wst 23 erwts 23 rosin 23 rentil IXSl KAVCR. INSURANCE. J. J. Ml'RPHV. I B. F. Ml'RPHV. Murphy & Murphy, NO. 6 MADISON ST.. (Adjoining Cotton Exchange), MEMPHIS TEN'N, Onlv First-Class Companies. GinhoniC9 and Gonntry Stores Specinll ies- BOOTS AXD SIIOKK. J. M. HILL & Go; DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, So. 17 Jefferson Street. Uetweaa Main and Proa. Meiaplits. ESTABLISHED IN I860. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged &ya" l"j;'8 Lu tercstcd an by far the most succeesful pn vn eian In the treatment of private or secret ul: Quick, thorough aud permanent cures guarauieea In every case, male or female. Recent cases ol gon orrhea and Syphilis cured In a few days, without the use of mercury, chsnge of diet or hindrance Irom business. Secondary Svphills, the last veftlge eradicated without the use of mercury. Involuivtary loss of semen stopped In a short time. Sufferers from lmpotency or loss of sexusl powers restored to free vigor In a few weeks, victims of self. abuse and excessive venery, suffering from sjiermatorTlie and loss of physical and mental power. teedlly and permanently cured. Particnlar attention paid to the Diseases of Woman, and cure guaranteed. Throat and I.ung Diseases cured By dew remedies. Piles and Old Sores cured without the n--of eausUo ot the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Mt-dicines sent by express to all parts of the country Office hours from 8 a.m to 9 p.m Sima3 from tjMjolgm jvOTImsmi POWDER AXD SHOT OKPOT. A. J.VIENNA IBPOBTEB AUD DEAJ.EB I II Alt A IX STORE. The Bluff City Bargain Store, 314 Main street, One door above Adams, has just been opened with a complete stock of Dry tsooda, Notions. Ladles' and Op ills' Fnrnlsnlns; Cooda, Hoots. Shoes, Hats, 1'apa, and Beady.Made Clothing-. These goods were purchased for CASH and st AUC TION. They will be offered FAR BELOW THE REGULAR PRICES. A large stock of Ladles' I nderwear, at prices that will astonish all. All we ask Is a call. A. HF.XTEB. 214 Main street BOILER-MAKERS. ROBT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, BOILER-MAKERS AMD STEAMBOAT BLACKSMITHS. xjiaessiiiiiuiiig 01 an ainas. CHipjieraiiu sneet- lron iiorners. ah night. 1 work doue uromotlv. dav or Terms cash. RIFLES and PISTOLS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE, 345 Main St, Memphis. POWDER AMI SHOT Ol I'Of. BepairiiiK Done and Wai-ranled. HAVE NOW A COMPLETE STOCK a BRKKOH LoAUKKsof the Scott. !reruer, Claybrough. 1 'oil snd Moore make on hand. lwvoimihjUtocjcOjBjumgi STOVES. sims Main St-, Cor. "Monro p COMMISSION MERCHANTS. tjo-uc faftcti the- PREMIUM iu ccc:i ivtstVatvee covwpe-U-i-j witfv tfv fcai ivvj ltdt-cfcuv CoofWtcj Stone of t&c elt. S. "fit to t&e- 6et e-ovbevee of fttgftcst -merit. Sole Agents and Dealer iu Houael'urnishing ooous, MAI NTREET M KM PHIS. FLOUR! IJ ga MAIX STl COT COTTON 111' V F.I t. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Memphis. RESIDENCE. NO. 2R2 POPLAR ST. PRIXTIXO, HI. V Mv ROOKS. PRINTING! Lithographing. BLANK BOOKS! MONUMENTS. MONUMENTS TF YOU WISH TO PURCHASE A FINE Monn L ment. Tablet or Headstone, or any kind of Tombstone Work, you ran get them at the old established MARBLE YORKS of TOH MAYDWELL, 38 Union St., Itfeiupkis. I will sell as low as can be boueht in anv market: or I will agree to sell at fifteen per cent, less than can tx.' txmRht irom agents either irom M. LiOUis, lxmisviiic or Memphis, or any agent that is ,aia for traveling. Designs sent, free of charge, ou ap-pliention. 3000 Barrels in Store, and couMignuicutM arriving regularly. I represent a number of leading mills in Southeast Mbwouri aud Southern Dlinois, and oner their products to the trade, at lower Prices, than similar grades can be laid here for from St. Louis. I am also sole agent here for the nnsnrpassed Patent Rolled "AM RROSIA," "CUPOLA" and " BEIil.K OF AVA" FLO I "ICS. EG . H . LATHAM (Successor to E. Hobsrt & Co.) COTTOIT BUYER, Room 20, 304 Front Street, REPRESENTS BARRY, THAYER & CO (Successors to THAYER, BRIOHAM CO.) BOSTON, MANN. Liberal Caata Advanrea made on Ion ftf jfnment to Them, or Correanouilrnta In Liverpool. ivi:iti. JOHN RE ID, Flour Commission Merchant, 366 Front street, Memphis, Tenii. FANCY BYEim i o 1. 1 1 - .-ii.iwi J, ruis um iwi -I'Jj; DRY GUEANSNS. Drew - 1M U.lf .'l"l ay oil m-w in..i-,..i m nil Lui'rk- cltMtitiJ wulioiit riDnin Of euioving the iriaiutiDj. T mo t !.i'Hr:iU- trty icd tb.iinc .1 irtMCi n- IfcW flt-itmliy cleaned VM. U.Ti:MI.r. '-itf Walnu Si.. Cincinnati, Y FLTO W -Y F Y K It CI' It F. Conquered at Last DR. WM. CAWEIN'S HALESIA! An Infallible Cure and Preventive lor Yellow-Fever andall Malarial and 4'onlajcfnim Diseases. SALE OF REAL ESTATF. Supreme Court Kale of Real Estate. In the Supreme Court of Tennewee, at Ja.-k-tfii E. M. Apperson Executor of Waae II. ISoImn, ileceased, vs. Charlrs Jones et al. ; and R. J mark , Administrator, vk ( linrli-s Jones at al. TN pursiiani-e of Uie decree pronounoed l.v ;h.i L Supreme iViurtof Teunessee, at Jacks.. 11 April 1 1, 18S0, iu these consolidate! causes, I w ill ot! -r for sale, to the hlshi M Oi.1.1. r in .,iinlm...t corner 01 juuin uuu Memphis, on Madison streets, in the oily ol DR. WM. CAWEDrSCHILl CUBE For t bills and Nwamp Fever. Six doses will break Ihe worst type of chills and lever, if din-ctions are strictly followed. These remedies arc nurely viwtable. and contain nothing poisonous. W. N. WIUCBBflOM CO., wholesale linifniists, 3;i4 Main street. McinphLs, Tenn. BKLTIMJ. JEWELER. S. C. TOOF & CO., Agents for above Tag-Fastener, no. 15 cm st. J.H.C0FFIN&C0. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR SUM AND LEATHER Belting1 ! UIN IS V 1S A I.L SIZEN. Eugineers'Siipplies,Iiar(l Oil, Lnbricating Oil, Machinery Oil, iyvr.II V.B.THAYEE MANUFACTCRINO Jeweler and Optician. COAL OIL! COTTOM I'RKSS ROPES All Slaea. 266 Front, Memphis, WHEAT. OPTIMA. Tien5 oil PRACTICAL OPTICIAN, Manufacturer of Optical Instruments. 3 Vorih Quirt Street. Memphis. Tenn KIDNEY PAD. Wn I rlies. Jewel rv. Silverware, Clocks. Spectacles, Etc. Repairing Watches and Chrouographs a specialty 265 Main St., 0pp. Court Square. "Old Gold and Silvi-r Wanted.., COTTON CARPETS. Three-Ply, Ingrains, 9 . m CD p e ph q 5. e o ncj a 2 S a H a I i i 3 fi I S 3 ? STAR COTTON GIN. rrx) those desiring s good, durable, light-running JL Gin, made of the best material, and sold st a low price, we offer this gin, confidently belieying it will give satlHlactlou in every jMirileuiar. reeuera snd Condenseni furnished when desired. Repairing of all kinds of Gins promptly attended to. Saws recut and old gins rebuilt. We refer to those who have used our gins during the past twenty-five yean, rorturincr particulars auurcsa F. A. HIIBT A BKO., Manufacturers, German tow 11, Tennesbee. J. It. GODWIN A CO. Or Agents. Memphis. Tennessee. Chickasaw Ginning 81 Madison Street, Memphis. The most complete Ginning establishment in the city. Gins and Handles cotton with the most approved ma chinery and facilities. Give ns a trial. ... .71. V . assaifs.il. s , Superintendent. 'sSng Umm 'sepggs Havden's Cotton Gins! are the most prevalent, da tions tlialafiuct mankind, ious in their eharai'fe r, tl MAI rxnlcrs mako Mcneywlth W. T. SOCLE A CO., ISO La Salle Street, Chicago, 111. Wrtw fur pa-tlL-alara, COTTOX FACTORS. J.J.RAWLINGS h CO Cotton Factors and COMMISSION MERCHAKTS, 882 Front Street, Up-Stairs - - , Memphis. TIK3 Fl KMllKl) CUSTOM lot luua A DISCOVERY BY At'tlllKXT, which supplies a want men of eminent ability have aevnten years oi siuoyanu experiment to nn.i. a sneeiHc'for .Hsaseoftlle Kidneys. Blad der. I'rlnarr tlnrans aud Nervous Sys tem, and Irom the time ol its discovery has rap idly increased in favor, gaining the approval and confidence of medical men and those who have used it i it has become a favorite with all clasves, and wherever introduced has superseded all other treatments. In short, such is iu intrinsic merit and superiority, that it Is now tho only recognized reliable remedy. IliSi ISi S OI' Tilt: HIII.YKYN dangerous, and fatal affee- unil -.o arle.l an.l msid- that persons often inttsr for a long time before knowing what aila them. The most chanicu-rlstlc symptoms are a gradual wastingiiway of the whole body ; pain In the back, aide orloins: a weak, feeble, exnsustod feeling: loss of apiietitc aud dread of exercise; scanty and painfnl discharge of variously colored urine : ina bility to retain or expel the urine: minute shreds or casts In the urine; and, when the disease ia of long duration, there is much emaciation snd gen eral nervous prostration. THE OM.Y I 111 Wc say positively, an.l without fear of contradic tion, that DAY'S KIDNEY PAD is the first and only Infallible cure for every form of KMnev dis ease. It is the best remedy yet discovered for thin complaint, and more efft-c.tua! in its operation than any other treatmun. Bv u.ing faithfully and per sistently no case w ill !.. found so inveterate an not to yield to iu powerful remedial virtues. IM NTKOXG LY INDORSED. We have the most unequivocal testimony to iu curative jiowere from rasuy persons of high char acter, intelligence aim respon-iuimy. tmr u.,.t. 1 l..v a Lite Mas buve.i, giving me nislory ol TOBACCON. Harpmaiin & Bro. Manufacturers and Importers of CIGARS arge record of most Write for it. AND JOBBERS IN TOBACCO & PIPES, NO. 286 MAIN ST. Orders Respectfully Solicited. METPSSINAii HAVIira fitted upourUlnswith all the late Im nroved machinery, we are prepared to (lin all Cotton consigned to us. Hacks furnished to re sponsible parties. All Cotton insured in our oja-n policy. CORNER FOURTH AM) POPLAR STS. IMPROVED GINS AND PRESSES. f INS, combiutng Ught Draught, Fast lilnulng, JT ISeauiuttof S-d and (lod Sample. rKi.-1, Hsna, uorse snu su-sm rower. i Bend for circu- t . psltkA If- '"r?m yr'.zr".?. - -- i;ws . t.r A. 001 '.Iu. tir; trle nuj All fully guaranteed, and cheap. lar or can on W. S. TAYLOR, Agont, 8e9 FRONT 8T. OAJLVANIZINQ. Wessendorf&Eichberg PRAfTKMI, TIN, COPPER -AND- ,n rT this new discovery and a Msassnsnls eun-s. sent free. DAY'S KIDM:i VlH are sold bv sll Drucci'ts. or M-nt by mail ifn-e of litage1, on re ceiutof their price. Regular 1'a.i, 82; ta-clsl, for obstinate east of long slaiiding. Ski. thildreu's, si .ML Address , DAY KIDNEY PAD CO.. Tolas!, Ohio. PAIITIflN Owing uno many worttdess Kid VrlW I Iwls. i:,- -.,... u.iw -a-ek'ing a sale on our reputation . we deem It due to the a filleted to warn hu. AE for DAY'S KIDNEY PAD, and take uo viuti, anu '. ...ti not nt- neceive.i 0.10s DEALERS CAN PROCURK the best Inducements to han die Kol COLE. XAIf M Xa. 10. The BEST .1 ent s-tgnr In America, by addressing, for particulars. GALVANIZED IRON -WORKERS, But-air Fnniscc and Stoves put up snd Re paired. Slate Roofs Repaired snd Roofs Painted. No. M Poplar street. Memphis. SOL COLEMAN DREMH.VAKINO. Dressmaking. MRS. E. DOWNE8, 1st of Mrs. A. K. Moan's, has established herself st WM Imai afro, Madame Louget's old stand, and soltclu uta pa- Weilncsilny. October 27, 18S0, Ihe lots or pan-els of land mentioned and dcterilica ! In said d.-eree, as follows: A eertnln lot of laud situated in the city of Mi-m. J , phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and bonn.le l us follows: It being lot No. 358, as laid down on tb.6 plan of the city of Memphis, and beginning at the northeast comer of the iuu-rscctln of Monroe and Second streets in said city ; running then... n.-.rth with the east line or side of Second street 71 : , t ;i inches; thence east l is feet i inches to an alley thence south with the west si.le of said alley 71 feel " Inches to the north side of Momoc strc-t thence west along the north side of Monroe street 141 feet i 6 inches to the point of ls-glnnlng. logeth. r with Blithe Improvements and appurtenances thereto 7 belongingor apfa-rtainlng. I Also, the following lot or parcel of land situate ; in Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, und being . part of lot No. !, sn laid down on the pUu of the city of Memphis, being on the west side of Main street, between Monroe and Union strecu it belli the third lot and storehouse south of Monroe street on the west side of Main street, it being lot So 1 in the subdivision of said lot tin, between l.ydia M Jenkins, Thomas J. Tarter and J. M. Williamson which is fully show n by the deed of partition be tween said parties, of date April I t, 1B53, which It of record in book No. 14, pages -J;;r. and 2S7 ol recora oi uecus oi sneiny county, to which d.-esl reference is made- said lot fronting in feet 9 inches on the west side of Main street, and running buck between parallel lliu-s 70 feet to an alley und bounded on the south by lot No. 4 of said subdivi sion of lot No. 98, now owned in common 4. y et tato of Thomas J. Turlcy and W A. Williamson; and on the north by lot No. 1 of said subdivision of lot 98, now owned by estate of Thomas J. Turlcy upon which lot is a fonr-Btory brick storehouse' now known as No. "17 Main street, iu Memphis t,i gcther w ith Improvements thereon. The said lot No. 358, first above described, will bo subdivided and sold in several parts, separately, ai follows; " 1. The rear part of the lot, that is the patt on the east side which lies between the alley on the east and a line parallel with the west lioiiri.larv of the alley, beginning at a point in the south bound ary of the lot. the north Hue of Monroe street and four feet east of the brick dwelllnghouse, which point is estimated to be 48U feet from the south east corner of the lot, aud running thence north wardly and parallel with the west boundary of the alley to the north boundary of the lot No. 4rS. 2. Ths parcel of lot 358, ou which is the brick dwelllnghouse, consisting of two tenements front , lng on Monro, street, shall be divided Into two parte, the partition line between which two parts shsll be a line passing north and south throned tho 1 center of the brick wall which divides the house : into two tenements, and extending Irom the south ! boundary of the lot to the north boundary, and I four feet of ground lying east and adjoluliig the east tenement, aud extending from Monroe street to the north boundary of lot S.VS, and bounded ou i the east by the wesl boundary, hereinbefore desig nated, of the port next hereinbefore deserilica. shall belong to. and be a part of. the lot ou which is the eaat tenement. The pan el on which U tho west tenement shall have the use and privilege for ever of the four-feet alley extending from the north : boundary of Monroe street to the north boundary ; of tho lot, in common with the owner or owuers ol the irt of the lot ar8. on which are tho four stoics fronting on Second street. 3. The lot or parcel fronting on Monroe street, whereon is tho western of the dwelllnghonso ten ements, bounded on the south by Monroe street north by the north Hue of lot :c. east by the west ern boundary of the last described parcel or lot. which western boundary is the line extending; through the renter of the wall which divides the two dwelllnghouse tenements, and on tho west by the Hue at tho outside of the -west wall of tho western tenement, extending from Monrou strcet to the northern line of lot 358, and which western line is about 4 feet from tho east fuee oi storehouses fronting on Second street. 4. The part of tho lot fronting ou Second and Monroe streets, anil whereou nn. four i.rh.ii im shsll be divided into four parts, the first of which j shall be bounded ou the south by the north line ol Monroe street, ou the north by a line extending from the west line of the building, ami lot 3W ! through tho center of the narlilion wall which d!. videsthe south storehouse from that situate noxt north of lt. The second of which parti shsll lw the lot ou which is the storehouse next north of the last described part, which second lot shall bo bounded on the north by aline exteudlng from the west waU of the house eastward!)- to the east side through the center of the brick partition wall which divides this Bocond storehouse from tho storehouse next north of the said second ators house. The third of which part shall be, the lot on which is the third storehouse, to-wit: the lot nest north of tho said second lot, and is bounded on the south by the before-described north boundarv of the said second lot. aud ou the north hy a Una extending from the west Hue of the building and lot 358 to the east side of the east wall of tho SSSSrJteS .H'ev.!'.n,cr of 106 partition wall which divides said third storehouse from the store house next north. The fourth of which parte is the lot ou which is the fourth or north storehouse, and la bounded oa the south by the north boundary of said third lot. to-wit: aline extending from the weal Hue of ihe building and lot 358. esstwardly through the cen ter of the partition wall which divideslt from the third lot, aud the north boundary of said fourth lot Is the north li.un.tary ol lot 3.'i8 and tbe north face ol Ihe moat northern of the four storehouses, laircela or lota. The east boundary of each of these lnts is the line on which is tin. east fu.u, of the e.i.t wall of the storehouse building, and this lino be- 8mm ii or bouiii. a point iu tne south boiinoarv ol tie lot ;8, about 53 feet esstwardly of the south west corner of the lot 358, and runs northwardly with the eaat side the east wall of the storehous building to the north Is. .injure ol the lot :is. Tha alley of four feet width, between the storehouse buildings slid the dwellluKhoiise building, shall be held and eujoycil forever for the use and privil ege ot Ihe owners of the storehouse lot In com mon with the owners of iheadjoinlng lot, whereon is the west tenement of the dwelllnghouse build ing Each of the said storehouse lota will he sold separately, and the lots whereon arc the two dwell InSoata tenements, snd the lot on tbe east end of lot :i5S, will be sold separately. Tbe several purchasers of the storehouse lot! shsll have tlie privilege and right for three mouth next after continuation of Uie n-K.ri of aie t.j make use of the present stairways which go abos snd of the halls on the second and third si' nca lor the purpose ni erecting partithm null. (ltl tt H existing walla from the third door up, rowing upon the present briek uirlitioll nulls m, llu.1 tl. j pi. sent and super-added tsiitill.u. Wallsshall ba party walls between the sJjolui.- ,, llw aen The ffurchaseni will be put ..n.u of said l.roiH-rtv on cunu.llailce ..... ,.f il,- A map and pl.n of sul-division ol said kit a.'iS.ln accordance with the f-iresolug. will be oxhihiled on the day of sale. Temia of Sale SU, twelve, eighteen and twenty. lour months; purchasers executing notes bearfuja illlete-l from date for Uie purchase mouey, with approved porsoiial security, and licit rut-Duil on, the lots uhttl aaid uotea ar paid, Jtnuliy of Rr dsnwnoa barred. jsanau. I e n I emd n. r .... c , . 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