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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1880.
RAILWAY RECORD. I rUtWHU AMD UESERiL. Colonel E. W. Cole, R. (.'. Wilson and Q M KcQb.ee are iu the city. rite stockholders' meeting of the Memphis . it Charleston takes place to-.uV- Depot Rnraed at Mew orlram. New Orleans, November 13. The pas sen is .i.-iK,i of the New Or lea us, St. Lnul nnd ilcago rnllrosil burned, with two coaches. Loss, The I.. and .V Enjoined from Doubling; Its Ntork. Nashville, November 15. The Louis ville and Sashi 11.' railway company were tcmpo rarllv and piovisionslly enjoined this aitenioou from' doubling It Mock, in tin-raw ot R B. Suilih. of New V..rk. ii'wlrmi that company. t'olltaton ou Ibc I'nlsn Parinc. Ctr.vEXNK, Wy. T., November 13. A lata m cldent occurred yesterday at t'arbon station, ou the Colon Pacific road, which was caused by the inning of tbe train containing a lot of Mormon emUTanti. The bntkemaii did not hare time to flag the freight train following, and a collision re Hall id. "nc iiesseng.r and a brakeinnn were killed, und several persons badly wounded. en Their Animal Tour of Inspect Ion. ('(.etkland, Novauiber 15. President lurts and twenty other oflleer of the Pennsyl van la railroad company passed here Sunday. 1 hey are ou their 'Uinual tour of inspection of the company'- railway.-, ami leased Modi. They are travel rag by secia.l train. They will leave to-morrow morning for Alliance; thence go west. They paid a visit to 'ieucral liarlleld. at Mentor, early this morning. On r-turuing here Uiey left for Alliance at I o'clock; go thence to Kort Wayne, Chicago Richmond. Indiana. SI Louis, Indianapolis, and will spend next liunduy In Cincinnati ; thence to Columbus, Pittsburg aud home. lay Gould's luteal Texas Scheme. Dallas. Texas., November 12. Tom Scott and the Texas sud Pacific directory, also a number of ouicials of the Iron Mountain road, came over the transcontinental division of the Texas aud Pacific from Texarkaua to-day and will arrive here about midnight Information from wi-tl-lnforme-i and r.'liaM.- sources is to t tie effect taW a i. mice ; hai- t n ni itnn-d to build aline of roid from Fort Worth to L,iredo. on the Kin ijnuvlc, having a close Identity with the M, K. and T. and Texas aud Paetne lines. Oould Is the moving spirit, and several millions of eastern capltall pledged to the enterprise. Colonel Scott Islo he the apparent head of the scheme as presi dent, and it Is understood this Is one of the causes J of h&R present visit to Texos Nostera of railroad Information has created more surprise or interest la this section than the semi official announce ment of this new w heme, charters aud prellm-loarii-s liave been secured. Ineorpomtlon of the Memphis and Kansas. Little tock Oazelte. Sunday: "Article oi association were filed with the secretary of Htate yesterday of the Memphis aud Kansas rail way compa'iv. The capital stock of the company is !, and it U proposed to construct a rail road ihmiurh Arkansas, eomraencinir on the oppo site side of the river from Memphis, running north westerly through Crittenden. Poinsett and Craig head counties, to intersect the iron Mountain rail road In I.iwrenco county, and thence through Lawrence, Sharp and Fulton counties to the Missouri state line. The road is to be 140 miles long. The stock holders are: Louis rfanauer, Memphis; B. F. Patterson Memphis; Andrew J. Kellar. Memphis; H. 0. Dent, Memphis; Casey Young. Memphis; C. W. Fraser. Memphis; J. M. Keating, Memphis: Henry Knis. Walnut Ridge: J. A I.tndav. Walnirt Ridge; J. Krone. Walnut Ridge: T. D. Culbernam, Jonesboro, Arkansas; J. N Burk, Jonesboro, Ar kansas; T. n. Dent, Concord. Arkanais, and John R. Gibson and A. Balfour, Powhattan, Arkansas." MVEB PILI.M. 45 Years Before the Public. THE GENUINE Br. C. MoLANE'S LIVER PILLS are not recommentlcilasaremedy "for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, ami Hick Headache, or diseases of that character, tin v 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 unenualed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. TTie genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a reff-wax seal on ihe lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLanb and Fleming Bros. tST" Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER FILLS, prepared by FLEMING BROS., IMtinburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name JUcLane, spelled differently but some pronunciation. A. Medico-fruit Confection of the Premier Class. EFFECTTTALLY RELIEVES AND CrRES CONSTIPATION And kindred ail ments, such as Bilious ness, Headache, Cere bral Congestion, Piles, Low Spirits, Disor dered Stomach, Ha bitual Costive?iess, and all complaints arising from an ob structed state of the system. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE ia trot np in brunml tin buxea only. Avoid wu furious. Ask your druggist for Deecrip. tivt Pamphlet," or address the proprietor, J. E. Hetherington, 30 Park Place, New York. HOW TO I It: Consumption, Coughs COLDS, ASTHMA, t'ROlP, All DlaeiMM or (he Throat, Laagi and Palsnoaary Organs, USE ACCORD1NO TO DIRECTIONS ALLEW'S T.TJNG BALSAM. GIIr.ElXE TOXIC. h. GILT EDGE 18 A T HOMO I i. II BEXEDY . ... nt Mularial Fever, and Fever and . A.n ,ll,n1..rv nf Ihe Mtiniueh toniidltv ..i ii, rr ludlaeMioii and dMurUinc of the animal forces, which debilitate, n ba no eUHJ l'it and i-an have no substitute. It idiould nol he eut.unded with trltiiratedT comjiouu.1 of cheap ulrttVnd essenliiU oils, often sold under the nan ol Bl iter.. ud by driiHrtat. and g,w.eral d.ler.. and ai wlioWuio by C. P. Hunt Co. and B.J. Seinilies ,t Co. BITTERS. &lffErtS II. I he. Ma. ulrffnrnt f Ibe niilonul medical mi....,ic uSi-h at uraciu vr. : nli. It Is a par- Cala i.iim, v.welnbl reiaelf. em' ra-rii! Ihe three fHoortant oroirfle nf a preventive, a tonic, and au aluratlvc. H fuitltai Ihe boily senilis t dituaae, tnrlsoraiaiand revltallsos tbe mrpid stomal h and llvar and mttocui a most salulary obanga in ta ilini anuu, when in a morbid condition. Annual Meeting of Stockholders nt THE Memphis aud Charleston Railroad Co. kfassrsna Tens. October SL UM0. rpilK regular Annual MiHilliujo the SlwUioMers In the Sdeunriiis and inanai st.o Raiiroad Coai- w ly vui o laauiu i,:pt,i, iciiu ltn Day f o ember, 1 iny au election lor Thlrtct-u 1 13 1 Dt- , uadv . iu erM ior twelve montn irs are elected and iiu.ll luville, Ala., at Use bauk Uank of Huntsvllle. and be swikboldars Meet - FINANCE AND TRADE. The past week offered nothing of interest, the weather a part of the week wag unfavorable to business from rain and bad roads in the country In the banks exctiange has bean received in fdenty, the rates continuing unchanged. Money las remained In the Mime steady demand as we have reported It for some weeks. Local stocks re tain full quotations, often w ith au advancing ten dency; Shelby county bonds sold at par; scrip re mained at previous quotations; Charleston rail road stocks have i wen without movement at 40, for large lots 41 is asked, but the offering- are scanty. A lot of Tenneseee Ismil- sold at 45; 3onn Hernando Insurance bonds at .-. and 2n0 People iasutance at 9L Yesterday, the weather being flue, a brisk movement was gone on the hanks, but without any changes from Ihe former condition of things. Something of less cose In the line of circulating currency Is apparent: silver and silver letUHiatc are in increased use from ihe scarcity of small national I notes. Exchange; at our banks is haying at I 1 4 discount on New York and other prominent east- crn points ; with three days' grace, discount, sell- , l i:k al par. uti .New iTi'jaris, vt iiiscu'im. sen ing at par. Money is loaned at s per cent countv scrip. ir buying. 'J,'(aV. selllne. Shelby I Shelby ; county bonds selling ut par. Union and Planters stock, 110; Memphis and (Charleston railroad stock, last sale at 40; Mississippi and Tennessee first mortgage bonds, eascoupon, 126(9128: Mississippi and Tennessee second mortgage, 108. Last sale of Pfeontcr Insurance at 91; and of State National at 102. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. Clearings. Balances. November 15 f 238,230 72 t 95.347 21 Same time laatjweek 215,892 28 StjllS M Same time last year.. 2K.4B7 DO 100,4-M 37 BYTKLHGRAPH. PARIS, November 11. Rentes, 85f. 45c. NKVV ORLKANS. November 15. New York sight exchange pur; sterling exchange baukers' bills, 411H- LONDON. November 15. Consols for money. '.' 7-16; on account, Vi U-16: new 5s, lnc,;4'.2. 115-;; 4s, 114V; Illinois Central 122; Pennsylvania Central, 4V. New York Central, 142' . . Erie. 44J; seconds 100; Reading, 25, Bullion withdrawn from the hank of England ri sterday, 213,UU0; the whole amount was for the t nlted States. It is slated tluit tbe bank of Eng land is getting short of eagler, and thst conse quently part of the bullion withdrawn to-day for New ork was in bars. NEW YORK, November Lri Money aetlvc at 3 5 per cent., closing at o per cent. Prime tucr e utile paper, 4(46 per cent. Sterling exchange b.nkers bills dull, 480'4; demand, 4X2 Govern m ut bonds United States coupons, ls-s, 104; nctt , lm-V uew 4H, H-'s: new 4s, 111: Pacinc rs of 14195, 1-7. Stale bun'is Louisiana 7J.,s, con sols. .'0"i; MUBoiiri. 110; St. Joseph, 10SK: Ten n ssee 6s, old, 45; Tennessee 6s. new, 42,',- Vir ginia He, old, 25; Virginia 6s, uew, 25; Virginia consols, Mj V'lrgi ii cot ails, prjferred, 112j8. In tlie last hour the rate for call loans advanced P 6 per cent., and at the stock exchange a few loans were made at 6 i-r cent, per annum, plus commis sion of 1-32 oil per cent per day. lleioru tbi chw, however, the rate fell to L6J per cent. The features of the the railroad Isnid market to-day were In diana, Bloomlngton and Western Incomes, which advanced from 2 to 6.6:t; Jersey Central incomes, 2'i to90J4; Lehigh and wilkesliarre Incomes, 1 to ana Texas Pacific firsts (Rio (jrarido division) which advanced 1 ' ,' to 95, but later fell to 'f The large-t wsslu those named, the Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Cenlnil and Kansas and Texas issues. The stock market osined strong and generally ' p. , per cent, higbtr. the latter Louisville and Nashville, but subsequently fell off to " iter cent. At the first lioard a linn tone prevailed and prices rose ' , to 2 per cent., and later reacted to 2 per cent., Reading leading In both cases. In the fast hour the uiurkct was rather heavy, and Reading was decidedly weak, falling 45c. The active stocks to day were the Erie, Western Union tele graph, and New Jersey Central, which was strong at times on account of the report that that com pany was to be token out of the hands of a re ceiver and be mode a New York connection of (lie Baltimore and Ohio railroad, the Delaware, larkau-sna and Western, Kansas and Texas, and Wabash and Northern Pacific In the first dealings Kansas and Texas advanced to i' The directors of tbe Huunibal and St. Joseph railroad company to-day re-elected the fol lowing Officers: Win. Ixiwd, president; M. J. Bush, vice-president: John R. Hilton, secretnn; Walter J. Hilton, treasurer. The Homestake Mining com pany makes an extra dividend for October of $K, 000. The transactions, aggregated 287.(100 shares, of which 2800 were Chicago, Burlington and Qnlnry, 13.(100 Lackawanna, 5300 Delaware aud Hudson, 2000 Denver and Rio Grande. 17.000 Erie, 5300 Huunibal and St. Joseph, 2700 iron Mountain, 87UO Kansas and TexasiK0o' Lake Shore, 20,000 Mi higan Central. ofiOO northwestern, 2700 Nash ville and Chattanooga, 46,000 New Jersey Central, '.loo New York Central 21.000 Northern Pacific. MX) Ohio and Mississippi, looo Pacific Mail. 18,000 Residing, 5000 St. Paul. 1100 Ht. Paul and Onmlm, 1 1.000 union Pacific 14,000 Wabash Pacific, 32,000 A'cstern Union, 6000 Chicago, Columbus and indina Central and 31X10 Ixiulsville and Nash ville. Thelclosillg quotations were us follows: :e;itral Pacific bonds, lltji; Union Pacific ttrsts, 114; Union Pacific land grants, IK;'..; Union Pacific sinking funds, 1 1 8 j ;Letiigh and Wilkesbarre, 125: St. Paul and Sioux City firsts, no sales; Mingo. Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, no sales; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Centra' teconds. no sales; Erie seconds, 97 ; Rock Island, I20U; Panama, 202: Fort Wayne, 124; Pittsburg, 123!4; Illinois Central, 117,; Chicago, Burlington and Qnlncy, 157: Chicago and Alton, l:t&K; Chicago and Alton prelerred, 142: New York Central. 1.17 offered ; Harlem, 196; Luke Shore, 113V,; Canada Southern, 661,; Michigan Central, Kit'1; Erie,42J4; Erie preferred. 72' : Northwestern, 113; Northwestern preferred, in; St. Paul. 102'u; st. Paul preferred, 117',; St. Paul and Oma ha, 43$; 3t. Paul and Omaha preferred, B25 Dela ware, Lackawanna aud Western, 98; Morris and Essex, 116; Delaware and Hudson, gT.j; New Jersey Central, 78; Reading, 454 ; Ohio and Mississippi, 34; Ohio and Mississippi preferred. 78: Chcsa IMke and Ohio, 19,'-, ; Mobile aud Ohio, 2J; Cleve land and Columbus. 7'.l : ( 'hicngo, tkilumbus aud Indiana Central, 3P34; Ohio (Jen IraL 234; Lake Erie and Western, S2; Ontario and Western, 25Ji; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, tki: Alton and Terre Haute, Ut) ottered; Alton and Terro Haute pnakrred, 106; Wabush.St. Louis and Pacific, 11; Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific pre ferred, .75;,; Hannibal and St. Joseph, 40; Hanni bal and St. Joseph preferred, 8'.': Iron Mountain, MM; St. Louis and San Francisco, 30 ; St. Louis and San Francisco preferred, M offered : St. Louis and San Francisco firsts praferred.811; Chi cago, St. Louis and New Orleans, 38 ; Kansas aud Texas, 40; Union Pacific. 9.5 Vj; Central Pacini'. 841,; Northern Pacific ,30-4; Northern Pacific pref'd, M'4; Louisville and Nashville, 186 i ex-div. ; Nash ville aud Chattanooga, 60; Louisville, New Albany and Chicago, 100; Houston and Texas, 73: Denver and Rio Grande. 80: Western Union Telegraph. 96i; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 40; Pacific Mail, 46H: Adam Express, 120; Wells & Fargo'a Express 113; American r.xprcss, oi; i nuea talcs Express, 51; , Quicksilver. VBi of ferwt- Oiifnksilver nrelprren. SO: Curihon. 2t uuioasiiver preierreo Central Arizona, k,; Home Spxke, S0(vj Standard 22; Excelsior. 7; Little Pittsburg, 2)41 J uutario, si COTTOX. At the time of our last report of the cotton market for the official week middling eotton quoted in New York He; during Jlic week since then It declined, quoting 10 1,V16c; New Orleans .quoted UV ic and so remained: Liverpool quoted V.t, fell to 6 7-16d ; Memphis quoted 1 " ' . anil so remained. This statement sbowb unchanged prices, with the exception of a slight decline in Liverpool nd New York. The telegrams during the week have show u little VHtietioi! of tone, Isslng generally quiet" and "steady," but toward the end of the week there was a rather stronger fcclliiK. and tile word "firm" appeared. In our own market there was a very fair degree of activity; the sales of the week amounted to 23,000 bales, which was 4500 bales more than the sales of any previous week of the son ui. On Friday the largest sale was reported of any day of the season 5500 bales. The demand continued to run on the superior grades, aud was still principally from exporters. Heavy rain and frost, with ice, haseiiccked picking In the course of the week: the weather contniues unsettled, with a large proportion of cloud and gloom. Smith Edward A Co's Liverpool H'jnl It'll O'srutar, of October 80th, aatd: "We should say tlml llissriyajconsuniptlon of Americau cotton in the world this coming season will be about 5,700,000 bales, supposing trutic to be fairly prosperous ; but it must be remembered that we have held far too small stocks at the close of each season for some years past, and, therefore we should say that a crop of 5,780,000 will be needed this year to prevent scarcity and 6,000,000 will be none to In me to put an end to 'autumn cor- rs, and give tne trade a staine tin, pujeperous .sinews throughout the year. With rewir.l to tin tlhl rices that should rule, we bvUtve wc Interpret the LeM t -lit n ton when wc suv that 6d wouu a tie re- Kiii-tied as a Uir price with a crop crop of 5.750.000, but w ith 6.000,000 It would be rcusjouable n expert a dip to 6d at some point of the season, aud an aver age price little higher." Receipts In Memphis during official week aggre gated 22,8U3 bales, against 21.34 bale the previoul week, and 27.751 bales the corresponding week last season, and 24,564 bales In 1878. The total receipts since KaptembcF 1, 1880, were 1S5,- .mv.. bales, against b2.-,l naiesai ine correpouuiug time last season, an increase of 73,229 bales. -At the same time In 187S ltu receipts Wrc 56.230 bale, and in ls.77 'JA.125 hales. Shipments during the official week aggregated 16.425 bales, against 14.825 bales the previous week, and 10,622 bales the corresjiondlng week last season, and 3841 In 1S7. Total shipments since Septem ber 1st were 87,528 bales, against 13,875 bales the same time last year, and 6943 In 1878, The total stock on hand was ,54.359 bales, against 47.958 bales last week, and 48,785 bales at this time last year; in 1878, 50,231. Sales in Memphis during the official week aggre gated 2e,uro bales, of which exporters took 17.400 bales, spinners 4800 bale and speculator 850, against a total of Is, 500 bales last week. H eniplils Cot I on Hstemoit, The following shows the course of the Mem phi market and the price of middling cotton from ' i m i 9 1 g T kill f September . 6-3' 10M : 500 11- S l.teniber 10 onl 4 607 7t M 11- Bci-iember 17.... 15-S1 T- 714 7i;7 1X30 1;1. Sepumber 24.... Mrt2 14T 1706 107X3 JfSttll o tolier 21l BM' 49tA: I49.H (TWO lo-1 October 8 XStto; UW2; lr. 17K0U' loS, OMobOT 15 116790 SWJJIOllO 2440K W,,0 llA October fl I'iai liV 1449S 1W. IMiiO 10- October 22799 7W I41.-6, 4U19 1:1100 o Xovvmber s jisMiarVMiiisa' 4"vivimvio io NovemlH-r 12 .' -77'-1 14 f. MM "JUT !', " October 29th the world's visible supply n 2.0i. 41fi bale, atralnst l,7oS,GST, (he same time last var: an lncmaav of ooUon in lt of SW.oo lilo ou r lb same ttine last year and of 4S4.e'J5 bale over l".7S The toJeirms had railn better story to tell of cotton yesterday than it ha usually le hearsed of i late; price were quoted uo higher, it is true, but '. the tone was improved; the luirkeH at various ,.,Itin w.re -'firm." In onr market there n,. i toxl lnquirv. princlallv. as usunl. for the better grades of cotton, but holders demanded an ad I vance. which buyers, as a general thing, refused to ' (ttve. This difference restricted sales, but then i were liistaneeewhcre, tor .baimblc lot. 'c abiive i quiilallous wabulncd. At tharlos' the author 1 ire I quotations remained at former I gun-, ut I ihicb ihoronrket was tirm. The New Vork ! quetatl Ii. of HatuHa. ri'iorted -jnen'iiss insrusiiKiii lvlncnaseil nitmatlon ou the ijairkct for fuiur s t'i day und a rather wider Auctoatiouof values than of late, but the bint-s si ill confined almost en Ure'.v to l.K-al operators. Outsiders' still appear lo entertain a dread of taking position on either side of the market, and Ihe n-gnlar. continue to turn over coulracts fro one month into another. and back again, a there may apiiear nu opportunity to e curv a margin for promt. In a general way ine plan of operations 1 evidently to cover ou the month selling lielow spots andWell o i the montlis i showing hlsjhei due. At the opening to-day the turn was npwnl, with quite n -howini: of strength I for tlmeontrH- stimulus of the liriner Livcru.sil I accounts aud the expectation of smaller receipts, i Th.. ltier however, orov ed fuller than calcula tions. botli at tlie aeataoani ami ine liuenor, ana Miineliesir showlae a slack tone. : he demand u a- soon cheeke-l. the offering Increased and value took quite a MMM backward set." Yesterday. Saturday. Good ordinary. LowmlrtdUng - 10 - U IP ' Goixl middling r w'' Middling fair Nominal. Nominal. Pair . , Nominal. Nominal. Market firm. Sale ZT0 bales. Including too sUturday evening. U0 to arle. S50 lo spin uur and JUO to speeulatora- MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. Stock. Beplerabar 1, 1880 awlyjd to-day Received pivus!y 1,4W 6,il 1M.9I1 ; i.i'.ts Shipped to-day Shipped previously .. J fV4 MM , tunning aeoounl jMiuaTs. Thus far this weak. . . Thus far last week bin oe ek piember lit Memphis A Charleston R. R , Mtaussippl and Trwuww U.K. LouUijilc Jt Naalivlllle Great Southern R.R. Memphis Jt Uttle Ruck R. K. Paducah Sl Memphis R. R Mteamen ..,,...,. Wagon and Ollief souxec I Total ., e,9?8 EXPORT. Thus far this week J.V MemphisaiidCJirle?ton R R ;.. T Mlntfsnj.pt and Icnnau m!!t ,; Louisvil: le 4 NaDViii un-s.1 roaiao.o A learners north... Olllll.. Total Mattonal Escksars Cation Manort. The official report of the overland niuvem. nl of eotton for the month of Octolier has reached us. It Ulat Ika Ifil.l oasilaad movtimeiit dli.. ! . 0M . M61 fit 170 l.l ; 71 i.-.-j gjO i lo-d from Oatobar front arodaaers amour.Osi to UL'.ll bale, at say f.-i. ka I net. In other words, the rail shipments to irts have fallen off a fraction over 39 jxsr cent., while those to the mills have slightly overtopi- 'i ihe 11b- ! eral figures of last fon . The following is the re capitulation following the details of the cotton movement: I KM. 1.II7.SS4 1S7-J. 1 141,44 Receipts at L'. o. orts shintsd m-erlsnd dlreet mills 75.30S 8hipi d ui Canada overland. . 5J98 In transit from points of cross ing on the Ohio and Maw slpp! rivers to eastern delh-- eo' porta, etc 9,615 T0.Kli2 ..93 2:5,826 Total bales 1 Taken by spinner- from i,rt from Sept. mber 1st to close of October.. Overland shipments direct to mill- north aud east of tbe Ohio nnd Mississippi rivers during the same time.. ,507,'.sl5 1 , 110,10! 167,0:'. lf-2.838 ",30K 7".SC2 Total taken for northern consumption from Sep tember l't to close of October- .. 243,341 23.:,700 BY TELEGRAPH. The follow uiz are the latest teiearams of the do- mestic markets as reported yesterday to the cotton exchange: " Latest State of Pri.-e Telegrams Market., Ree'ts. Mido ing. Galveston New Orleans.... Mobile Savannah Charleston . Wilmington Norfolk Baltimore New York.... Boston Philadelphia... Steady. Steady. Quiet. Steadv. Firm. Quiet. : Finn: Quiet. 1 , Finn. , Stea ly. ! 6.164 l'.i.-ia; 1,712 MM 14M 870: 5,W' :io7 879 f7W 10?s io 10 7-16 lot UK in 15-16 vrmer. The following are the New Vork spot quotation! for yesterday: Ordinary, 7 1.5-16C; good ordinary, 99-16c; low middling, 10k; middiine, 101516c; good middling, 11 5-16c: middling fair. 12 l-16c. At 10:25, steady; at 12:20, firm; at 2:45, firm; at 3:10, firm. Sales, 2221 bales. Contracts, 400 bales. Stock, 90,220 bales. The tone of the future market was as follows: A the opening, steadv 11:25, quiet ; 12:15, quiet and steady; 1:30, steady; 2:30, firm; 8:15 firm. Sales, iv.i.ooo iiales. The following shows the closing quotations of futures in the New York market yesterday : Months. Y'esterday. I Saturday. January .. 10.94(310.95 10.8510.86 February i 11.0811.07 ! 10.9710.98 March. n.20 ' ll.ilau.l2 April ! ll.3lall.35 1 11.2511.26 May I 11.4711.49 U.S71I.39 June i 11.5811.60 '. 11.4211..5U "July.: 1 11.C51I.87 ll.SSbid August 11.72all.fm 11.6011.70 November lu.210.94 1 10.85m10.86 Decemlier 10.8fl10.a8 10.7610.77 The New Orleans market closed strong at Itic for middling. Sales, 7100 bales: receipts, 19,236 bales. Stock, 202.974 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported cotton in good demand, which was freely met at r ;vious prices ; middling uplands, 8 7-16d ; Orleans, U-16d. .Sales, 12,000 bales, of which 9650 were American ; receipts, 3350, of which all were Ameri can. The Liverpool market opened with futures steady: November, 6fitfd: Junuary-Februarv, 65-16d ; February-March, 6 il-32d; March-April, 6d : May Junc, 6 l5-32d. At 5:15: Futures closed steady. Tbe movements at the ports were reported as fol lows: This I Week. ( tMU 36.954 41.5451 787.178' Last This Week. LastYr Receipts for 3 days.... Exp's to Great Britain.. Exp's to Continent Stock on hand 70.1771 74,006 40,9.50 32.448 16,774 16.244 705,8021 590,675 Total receiptsat all United States ports, l,f88,4U bales; same date 1679, 1,757,633; same date 1878, 1.409.059. Increase of receipts at United States ports this year, 178,780 bales. Total foreign export. 1,007,395 bales ; last year, 931.778; year before, 678,414. Total stock at all United States ports. 781,178 bales ; last year, 590,675 ; year before, 507,498. GENERAL TRADE. Trade was restricted to dome extent last week by bad weather and impassable roods in the country. Tbe rivers, which have been low, are now rising, and by the end of the present week nuvigatinn will be going ou in all directions. Gro ceries and provisions arc in good demand, with few changes from last week. Feed continues dull and pnaluce is just active without any thing stimu latlnc steady, even current that is better than excitement. Cora i selling only from store, with a quiet demand ; oats remain unchanged, with no great business doing ; bran has been at a standstill: Day is in request, and a lot of 700 bales is now ou the market. Cornmeal lias been absent from the landing, but there ivas some inquire for it yester day, aud unless there is a fair arrival of it from the Ohio river to-day, as is expected, it will probably no higher. Flour Is steady und quiet. egetnble and fruits show little change and are moderately active. Eggs, favored by diminishing arrivals and ci -id weather, have advanced. Butter is quiet ami unchanged. Chickens are In abuudnnce at lower prices. We quote bulk meats c lower and mess isirk 50c lower. Bacon, except a little easing in breakfast bacon, is unchanged. Lard also is w ithout change. Tallow is lower. Hides are stilt at oar quotations, with a good business doing. There is a change in our quotations of sugar. Horses and mules are dull at unchanged nuea There is a good demand for good OatQs; common stock Is plenty; prices show no special change. Lime and cement remain at former rates. Quotations below ore for round lots at tbe landing and at the raiiroad depots, and include neither d ravage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to the time of ar rival. Jobbing and store sales are at higher rates, as they imlude drayage, storage and profit of the dealer. FEED Corn Last sales were of old shelled in bulk to arriw: at 52c : sales of 100 sacks in drsv-loads at 57c ; in store, 586Qc. Oats small sales fit -us ; in store. 4445c. Bran last sales at 815 7516; in store, 90c per cwt. Hay Lost sales of red top at $17 50, and of choice timothy at S1920: 700 bales mixed and fair timothy offering; sale of 2 car-loads of timothy In ' , and '4 bales at 820 ; in store, tl 05 1 10. FLOUR Flour treble extra, $5; family, $5 50, choice, 15 50ra5 75; fancy, f66 25iu store. CORNMEAL St. Louis none on landing; tend ing upward; from store. $2 40. VEGETABLES Potatoes, in store, II 902 25. Sweet potatoes, tl 50 a barrel. Onions in store S. 8 75 a barrel. Turnip, tll 25 per barrel Cauoages. t89 per hundred, and crates t'2 50S, according to size : no large offering. Celery, 4050c per bunch. EVUS AND BUTTER Eggs higher, 2:, with some sales at 21c. Butter common, l215c; medium. 1820e ; choice western, 2325c ; fancy dairy, 28 30c: creamery. 34c. Oleomargarine, 2122c. CHEESIS Factory at 12'-13c per pound ; cream, 16c; Young America, 16ic. POULTRY Chickens dull at t2 753 25; youig, tl 502. Ducks. t2 50(5(3. Turkeys. J712; dressed, UMc. Geese, t44 50. FRUITS AND BERRIES Oranges Louisiana. t4l 50 per brl. Lemons, t4 505 per box. Ao rtas 'n store, tl 752 75. Cranberries in barrels, .s9 50, as to quality; half barrels, $5. UTS. feanuts red. 5e: Virginia, 6S7c per pound. Brazil nuts, 9A10C per pound. Filberts, 13c per pound. Walnuts. l.i'.aiiV per pound. Co- coanuts,t4l 50 per 100. Chestnuts, $2 50a bushel. Pecans. 8loc tor Arkansas; lexas, 14loc. MISCELLANEOUS. Hominy, 8; 60fs3 65 a bar rel; grits, t3 603 65 a barrel. Cider Missouri. tS 509 a barrel. White beans medium, tl 90 2; Dried apples, 4c per pound; evaporated, 9c. Dried peaches. 5$c per pound. Apple butter, 7 8c a pound. Mince meat, 8ia9c per pound. Nous, t'l 25 rates. HOG PRODUCTS -Bulk meats, packed clear side, V: clear rib, 8c; shoulders, Wc. Mess pork, tl 5- Bacon, packed clear side, none; clear rib. Sc: shoulders, 5c. Hams sugar-cured, dOs-aQlojC. Breakfast bacon. 10;. Lard tierce, si8-y:; pails, 20 lb., 9J9J4c: 10 lb. 9ai0'.,c; kegs. 9c. Jobbing rates, ioais per cent, above these quotatlons.which are for large quantities. FRESH MEATS Fore-quarters beef, 23Vic: hmd-quarters, 45!4c. Hogs, by the carcass, 6V ,c per ip. sneep, -i6jt.-e . OYSTERS per dozen i cans, H and $.5. Ta saddles. 8a.lOc ducks, S2 50. allaid quails, 51 25. GKOCEKIKS. cotree, 12gi3c ror ordinary, 14ai5c for fair, 1617c for choice. Stnrar Louisiana open kettle. 7,8e; vellow clarified, aj.a9ci oil vltlta, Oasb'-sc; snow white. 91439l-.,c: cut loaf, llc: granulated and pow dered, llc ; Molasses, 4:45c; prime, 4647c. Tea Imperial, 5580c. Ruce Louisiana, 6(96';'; Carolina, 67c. Salt per car-load, $155; from store, tl 60 per barrel ; course, per sack, tl 9581 40: fine, fl 65, BAOUIJCG AND TIES Basglng flax, lOKAllc. lute, 1 to 2 lbs, UH12c; mixed, ull'.k-. Tics standard makes, ff2 25; pieced and outside brands, tl 75. Twine. 17c ner lb. BRICKS Hard, Sin. soft, f a thousand 1; fire- bri'.-k, 5-1 .-rfl., a hundred LIME AND CEMENT Lime, 80c a barrel- Louisville cement, tl lia a hanMi Mosedale cemcut 91 7ria barrel: Portland. 9o. HID EH AND LEATHER, ETC. Oak sole, 37 40c; Hemlock, 27a3Uc per lb.: harness, 3C40c; skirting;. 38A4r : French calf, 940MO per dozen ; domestic calf, $0A4u per doicn. Hides ilry flint, No. 1, 18c; No. 2. I5c; dry salt, 14c; green, 67c; green salt, 9c. Sheepskins, 50cSl 50. Tallow, 5' ; a Beeswax, 30c. )VOOL. Tubwashed, 35i3l0c ; unwashed, 22326c . hurry, 1.V920C The Horse and Mnle Market. J. A. Forrest fc Co., of the City stables, Monroe si rept, report : Ml'LES No. 1 drav mnle. 16 U) lC. $lfs"s32o0; liUto 16, J140(.sl6r. 15 to Vi 91300140; 14J,to 15, fiuoasiju; n 10 lAy, jsoii.no IlUKHrJs ' lood si I saddle and harness bontes. tl40i3 lisV good hunica. 8125ml ) good ddlc. te.KS 915; common saddle and harness, 91153130; good plugs .soiiia. common plugs. s,ra6h0. Memphis Cattle Market. Frey A Schilling, of the Southern stock yard, North Second street report: CATTLE Choice to extra butcher qualities, 919 4 e., ; medium lo good butcher qualities, 91id3 75; common to fair, 92nj2 50; thin, light and inKrer. 91 2." ai 50. HOOS.-Best butchc selections. l 75485: fair to good, light and heavy, 94 5004 60; rough and common, 94 10(31 25. SHKF.P. t:hoice mutton grades, per cwt, gross, 94; fair to good, per cwt, gross, 9:1 25(81:1 75; com mou, per head 92(j2 50 ; stockers, per head, 91 25 131 75. LAMBS Best qualities. GO to 75 pounds, per cwt, gross. 9i j0((5: meiiium to good, per head, 9292 50' common, per head, 91 2591 50. COWS AND CALVES. Good to choice, per head. 92.Vs.4K: common to medium, per head, 91.92-". I BY TKLKGBAPH.1 NEW YORK . November 15. Flour steady: super fine western nd State. S! xOf i Jo. Wheat higher: ungraded spring, 91 15, Coffee steady with a fair teround. Sugar, unlet but nrm; fair to good rfining, quoted 7ii.a7c. Mouvsscs, foreign niiniitiiu; New Orleans, new crop, arm, ijmxv : r good to choice.Kk'e in goial demand and nrm ; Carolina and Louisiana 4,,(f'ic. Pork quiet, mess quoted at 914 74915. Lard, prime steam, 8.75c. CINCINNATI, November 15. Flour strong; faa. ily, 9595 20; fancy, 95 Ml 25. Wheat scarce and nrm ; No. 2 amber, 91 06; No. 2 red winter, 91 08. Corn stronger: No. 2 mixed. 47$t71c : new mixed ear. 439431-31'. Oats strong and higher; No. 2 mixed, itc Rye active, tlrui and higher; No. 2, 94 95r. Barley slroiig; No. 2 fall, 95c Pork dnll and nominal, 913 50. Lard dull. S.059$.10c. Bulk meat iu fair demaud ; shoulders, 4t.e; clear rib. 7c. Bacon quiet. 5l. S9984p. Whisky active, firm, aud higher. 91 08. LOlTISVILLE.November !".. Flour steady; extra. 93 259350: extra family. i(a4 so; nigncr graues. ; cnoice lancy, to . -. 11 1. . ai xiriu. 02. Com sU'iulv, willi a fair demand ; No. 2 white, 4ftc; No. 2 mixed, 45c. Oats steady; No. 2 whHe. 35c; No. 2 mixed, 34c. Rye dull; No. 2. 90e. Hav demand fair and market firm. 91591K. Pork steadv. 914 50. Lard prime steam, nominal. Bulk "meats dull: clear rib, 7-Juc: clear sides, Sc. Bacon In fair demand. .idHS'iiasHr. Sugar-cured hams, 10910HC Whisky higher, 91 08, ST. LOriS, Novemlier 15 Flour lietler for the best gTades; choice. 9595 '-"O: fancy, 95 3596. Wheat higher: No. 2 red, 91 ml Ol1, cash, 91 06', ..1 06491 06 December, 91 08SS41 Os Januarv-, ;i t'.i l'-,t,t! lo', Kebruarv; So. 3 red, $; m iil oOJi; No. 4 red, Mc t orn iniier-. 4:c-y(-i..-,wc November. 1l!(U1,11.(,hjc cash, V-iSIU's.oatS IV.-.-mlK'r. ti; Jauuary y, 4."riattJaC May. thus higher, siJMffijg cash. S1.a31;c NoTCiabcr. 'I1.' IH'eeuiber. Kve unlet. . nutter -u-aiv ; lain-, mmam liniskv steady, ;t cc.. rerk uui; f 1 1. Drv salt meats lower i Batnv, t. iv Baeon lower: clear ribs, sides lard steady, sc. CHICAGO, Nnresnbar IS. r'loiir quiet but flrro. Wheat acm, linn and higher; No. 2 red winter, U OS; Ko. 5 spring Chirago. r 0?Ai8l 0Si cash, tl 08i Decentber, tl 07rtl 07", January. I'oni niodhialely active and higher; 42te cash, 4tic December, A-iy.i- januarj, May. Oat active. Urmau.l higher. :ac bid cash. Slic Decem- U r. :,1V .inuary. nia May. Bye steady, stc Barlev easier. Pork steady with a falrdeman.l si:: '.-'.ill J cash. SI- 'J0-.il2 '.V, November nli.1 1, cember. t!3 00i.lo CJVi January. Lard steady iih a fair demand: 7.50fflS.0,"ic cash, s.Ooc Decemlier, ; 7 :.iiji.luc January. Bulk meats steady; shoulders. i,: snort rib, f.lOc; ahurt clear, 720i-. Whisky 1 steady, sfl.n. NEW ORLEANS. November I.S. Flour demand fir nd market linn ; upernuc, H 2-J3 7S; double 1S1I tlll.l -1 1 1, I .11 llt,l Oat active nd fir treble extra, fSims 2d; higher Com scarce and nrm. enattvje. mi. 4.v. tUirumeel quiet run It. fcSO. Hay linn: choice, tsi I ML Pork dul! met nominal, (11 SO. Lard searcc aud Ilnu; tierce, s-'.u'.e: kwr 9ic. Bulk meats steady with a fair demand; shoulders, loose, bc: packed. V-JQ Uir: clear rib. T'.imm'.c. HacondiiM: siniuiders. sAJc ; clear rib. hsms: canvased. i lear, i.e. Sugar cured '-.., alo,!'. Whisky unlet ; wrst , rn iL-vUAed, tl Oeftl 10. Coffin iiiU-t nd wck Rio csrgoc-. ordinirr to prime, llVjsimjc. Su nr ai'liv.- ii n-1 him; cooA,uii Ml itoOo coinnion, 5 lulr to !u i !Kir. n.i4; prime tocnoicc, 7'ic vellow Llarlfled. Rairc. Holovt steady with n good .lcintiud : commou. ; cen- t rifutjal. 'JOASk". fnlr. M(nii-: prime to choice, S7 Mn Rice fn food demand; Louisiana, ordinary Jochoice, S0ac. 5 DRT WOODS. I BY TC1.BHRAPH.1 XKW YORK, November 14 Cotton good nrc in steaily deinnnd, light supiily anil Arm. Wiuusuliii mid New York mills bleached shirtings Kdvauord f. Print quiet, but leading make niyeiiTs Mi n i wear women RIVER REPORT RIVERM AND WCATHKK. The following tfficial table gives particu lars concerning the condition of rivers and weath er nt all Important points: Official SionslSlkvice 0. 8. A.) Hraf-HiM November 15, LS80. Above low- Changes. : water. : 8TATJONS. Rise ! Fall Feet, .inches, inches, inches. Cairo Hi Cincinnati........ l:; Davenport ; :; Dubuque 1 4 Helena . Keokuk . . 4 Leavenworth , 5 tLittleRock Louisville 7 15 Hera phis Nashville INew Orleans.. Pittsburg IShreveport ... St Louis Viotaburg 11 9 13 3 8 8 tBetich mark, low water 1879. iBelow high water ot 1874. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. 7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Bar. Thcr. , Wind. Weather. I 30.22 80.01 , SO.Ui, 32 41 42 W. B.W. s.w. Fair. Fair. jClcar, Maximum thennometer. 4s. Minimum thermometer. 31. BY TELEGRAPH. Wax Dep't.S. Ahht,Sigstaj.Servic, U. 1 Monday, Jsovemherla. 1880. 10:08 p.m. I Place of I Wind. IWeath I Dir. Force. er. Observation. Chattanooga. Gal vesloa . . . Indianola . . . Louisville ... Memphis "... Nashville.'. . New Orleans. Shreveport.. Vicksburg Little Rock.. Bar. Ther 30.01; 46 S.W. Fresh. -Fair. :t0.10 41 W. Gentle. iClear. 30.14 51 S.W. iFresh. Clear. 29.91 S8 ; S.W. Fresh. Cloudy 30.05 41 8. Gentle. Clear. 30.01 4$ - W. Gentle. Cloudy :.12 52 W. 'Gentle. Smoky :!0.ft5 47 8. Gentle. 'Clear. 30.11 44 S.W. Gentle. : Clear. M0.02 48 I ,'Calm. Clear. NASHVILLE, November 15 9 feet on the shoals. -River falling, with WHEELING. November 15. River 6 feet 6 inches, and falling. Wealher cloudy and cold. 8HREVEPORT, November 15. River stationary here; fell 1 foot at Fulton in the last 24 hours. Weather clear and pleasant. V1CK6BURO, November 15. Weather cool and clear; therino meter 50'-. Down: R. R. Springer, 9 last night; Cherokee. 10 last night. No boats mi. PITTSBURG. November 15 Noon. River 3 feet tl Inches, and railing. Weather clear and cold. Night River 3 feet 3 inches, aud fulling. Weather clear and cool. NEW ORLEANS, November 15. Weather clear aad cool: thermometer 54s. Arrived: E. O. Stan ard and Oakland and barges, St. Louis. Departed: John Bigley and barges, Sunday, St. Louis. CI N ci N RATI, November 15 Noon River 13 feet 2 inches, and rising. Weather cloudy and cold. Night River 13 feet 2 inches, and stallonarv. Weather cloudy and cold. Arrived: James W. GoiT, Memphis. EVANSV1LLE. November 15 Noon. River 12 feet 8 inches, and falling. Weather clear anil cold. Night River 12 feet 6 inches, and falling. Weather fair and cool. Arrived: Golden Rule, 3 p.m. Departed : Golden Rule, Cincinnati. 8 p.m. ST. LOUIS. November 15 Noon. River about stationary. Weather light snow all the moniing. Night River risen 1 inch, with 8 feet 3 inches by tin gauge. Weather clondy and cold. Arrived: John A. Scudder, New Orleans; Commonwealth, Vicksburg. Deiarted: Roberts and barges, New Orleans; War Eagle, Memphis. LOUISVILLE, November 15 Noon River sta tionary, with C feet 10 inches in the canal and 4 feet 10 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather cloudy and cold. Night River stationary, with 6 feet 10 inches in the canal and 4 feet 10 Inches In the chute on the falls. Business good. Weather cloudy and cold. Arrived and departed: James D. Parker. Cincinnati to Memphis; Mary Houston. Cincinnati to New Orleans: Enterprise and tow, Memphis. CAIRO, November 15 Noon. Weather cloudy and cold. John Gilmore, New Orleans, 10 p.m. ; Cons Millar, Cinciunati, 11 p.m. Dejiarted: Annie P. Silver.NewOrleaus.il p.m.: Millar, Memphis, 2 a.m. Night River 16 feet 6 inches, and rising Weather cloudy; thermometer 3fi- Arrived: Sal lie Carney, Ohio river, 10 p.m. ; City of Providence, Vie:;.!, org, 4 p.m.: Colorado, Memphis, 5 p.m. Departed: Sallie Carney, New Orleans. 2 p.m. ; Colorado, St. Louis, 6 p.m.; City of Providence. St. Louis, 2 p.m. JniH.eiMS OX THE I. Ft F.F.. -4rrfinf W. P. Hollidiiy, St. Louis; Gold Dust, St. Isiuis; St. Genevieve, St. I., --..is; Joe Kinney, St. Louis; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Murk Twain, Dvers fmrg: Dyersburg, Dyersburg: W. J. Poitcvent, Com merce: Silverthorn, Helena; Jumes Ixe, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Arkansas (Sty; Belle Shreve- Sort, New Orleans : City of Providence, Vicksburg; osie Harry, White river. Dcpm fnrcs W. P. Halliday. New Orleans; Gold Dust, Vicksburg; Dean Adams, Arkansas City; James Lec, Friars Point; Marlin Speed, Arkansas City : City of Providence, St. Louis; S'. Genevieve, St. Louis; Belle Shreveport, St Louis; Osceola Belle. Osceola. In Port W. J. Poitcvent, Coahomo, Mark Twain, Josic Harry, Dyersburg, Joe Kinney, Silverthorn, Iloats Due Down: Annie 1". Silver, Cons Miller. Up: John T. Moore, Rene Macready, Centeuuiul, Golden Crown. BOATS LEAVING T1IIS DAY. Dynitsiu an Mark Twain. W PHall, master, 12 m. Helena Sihcrthi, in, George Mulone muster, 5 p.m. Helena John T. Moore, W. J. Ashford master, 5 p.m. White River Josie Hurry, Milt R. Harry master, 5 p.m. VteKsBi'RG Joe Kinnev, J. T. Cartwright master, 10 a.m. St. Lor is Grand Tower, George Carvell mas ter. 10 a.m. ST. Francis Riveji Rene Macreadv lin. muster, 5 p.m. O K . Jot- RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. City of Providence 27 bales cotton. Mark Twain 209 bales cotton, 450 sacks cotton seed. W. J. Poitevent 14 bales cotton, 66 sacks cottou ;d. Gold Dust 200 brls Hour, 100 brls apples, 200 bales hay. 160 socks com. JoeK.nney 6 bales cotton, 73 boxes meat, 131 brls apples, 178 boxes crackers. Silverthorn 15 bales cotton, 58 bags seed-cotton. 604 sacks cotton-sccd. 3 pkgs indse. Dversburg 103 bales cotton, 700 sacks cotton seed, 18 sacks com. 11 pks sundries. Belle of Shreveport 7 bhds sugar. 28 brls mo lasses, 25 sucks salt, 150 bkey sundries. James Lee 107 bales cotton. 6 bags seed-cotton. 1197 sacxs collou-seel. it) pkgs sundries Osceola Belle 177 bales eotton. 9 hairs: seeil.ent ton, 2167 sacks cotton-seed, 37 pkgs mdse. Dean Adams 212 bale cotton, 53 bag seed cotton, 1 cow and calf. 43 pkgs sun. I ties. Josie Harry brought out of White river 1071 bales cotton, 1200 sacks eOtton-seed. 1713 pkgs sundries. Ste. Genevieve 750 dry brls, 55 wet brls, 400 pkgs lard, 172 sacks corn. 25 sacks wheat. 320 pieces bag ging, 155 bales hav, 109 head hogs,2 sheep, 26 bale cotton, 6 bags soeo-eottou, 145 sacks cotton-seed, 810 pkgs mdse. LOCAL PORT . OT K.N. Weather cool, alternately cloudy and clear. Business loomed up on the levee vesterdav. The City of Greenville arrived at St. Louis Sun dav. The Qesrgc W. Cheek left Vicksburg Saturday for this pm. Tlie Andy Baum left Cinciunati for Memphis yes tcrdav evening. The river at dark last night stood at 11.6, a rise of nine iin-iics 111 ji noursi. The Belle Shreveport passed up carlv vesterday morning for St. Louis. The Centennial, Captain Thomas L. Davidson, is due up tioiiud for St. Louis. Tile hs-al packets left on time vesterdav evening, geiiemllv with fair trius. fciThe Marlin Sjieed denirtcd yesterday afternoon for Arkan.,-. river with a fairtrip. The Golden City, Captain JL D. Ilegter, is duo up Wednesday, bound for Cincinnati.: The Guidlns Star, Captain W. B. Miller, is due down Wednesday, bound for New Orleans. Receipts by river since last report, 2410 bales cot ton, 128 oags seed -cotton and 7029 sucks cotton-seed. The Mark Twain, Captain W. P. Hall, leaves to day at 12 o'clock for Dyersburg and all way land ings. The ferryboat John Overton brought to the city last week .:7.j bales cotton and 500 sacks cotton seed. The Sto. Genevieve arrived from St. Louis yester day with 29X5 pkgs. oi freight, and relumed last night. The Thomas Sherlock, Captain James Nichols, is tbe next "O" liner due down, bound for New Or leans. The Mollie Moore discharged the remainder of her freight for this place, and left Sunday noon for New Orleans. The Joe Kinney, Captain J. T. Cnrtwrighf, is the Anchor-line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends Tbe W. P. Halliday got away at daylight Sunday tor New Orleans. She unloaded her barge ou the way down and lefl it here. The Hene Macready finished unloading aud got away Sunday noon. She will return in time to leave for St. Francis river to-day. The W. J. Poitevent. Caidaiii Nell Booker, has withdrawn from the Commerce trade, and will leave for Uatchle river ncxl Moiidav. The Rene Macron. ly. Captain O. K. Joplln, is the packet this evening for all points on St. Francis river. A. L. Banning preside in licroflice. Tlie little steamers Mark Twain and Dyersburg arrived from Dyersburg yesterday morning on their first trip of the season, with good trips of cotton. The Grand Tower, Captain George Carvell, ia Ihe Anchor-line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. Thomas White Is her clerk. The Josie Hurry brought the boss trio of the sea son out of White river She will get away to-day, without fail, for White river. See her card else where. The great iron steamer Charles P. Chouteau, Cap tain Wm. Thorweigan, will be due here from New Orleans the last of the week, having been detained by rain. Tbe John T. Moore. Captain Wm. J. Asbford, is the jMicket this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena and all way-landings. A. V. Stephens and Joe Carpen ter are her clerks. The Silverthorn, Captain George XIalone, is the Lee-liner this cveningat 5 o'clock for Helena and all way-landings. Ed. Crovvell and Charles Left wich are her clerks. The Cons Millar. Captain Wm. Tlchenor. is due to-day, aud leaves again to-morrow evening at I o'clock for all points on the Ohio river 11s far as Cincinnati. James Voris and Henry Gazlev are her clerks. ThcJoaie lUrry, Captain Miit R. Harry on .leek, having been unavoidably dciained, will leave this evening at 5 o'clock for all points 011 White river, going through to Jacksonport. Walker Outlaw and Billy Johnson are herclcrks. PERNOXAL. Major W. II. H. Bciiyaunl, L'ulted States anct ii. vr, lias returned to the i-iiy. Natchez Democrat: ".Mr. .1. Nichols and Thomas Elliott, line. f the Florence- Meyer, will go onjthe Sh rl,.ek w iiti Contain Nichnls." Mark 11. I'lowi-rs. formerly of thlfi city, has been appoluU-.l supervlstng inspector of steamboats fi r tlie fifth district, at 8t. Paul, Minnesota, rice (.'linrles 1. Sieohen-on. diwased. Mr. Flowers at one time ran the isee ula iu the Memphis and Ht. Francis rivej trade I'll Kill CP ADRIFT. O'Nell A Co., the (Trent cmiI dealers, have named their new and handsome harbor tug James O'Con nor, in honor of 11 gentleman of Louisville. Captain Pete Mi Arthur's new upper White river jacket is about onipleted, and will leave Plltsbuig in a few da vs. 11c has named her the Ida Lee. Vicksburg He ilrf. Siinda; : "Work on the Lake Concordia levee Is progressing rapidly. There are now at ork on said levee iipwnTd of seventy-five men. an.l another large number of hands are ex pected shortly. Rvaiisville '.foiirnni. Sunday: "Captain W. G. McCoy, late owner of the R. R. Springer, was in the city yesienliiv interviewing the authorities in re gard'to the l.M-alion of his mammoth new wharf boat. now being built and nearly finished at Cin cinnati. It is S10 feet lon, 90 feet beam and will be the largest wliarfi1. on the western waters. Captain McCoy and others propose as soon as this wharflnatt ta located to build another SOU feet long." Interesting to Pilot. WAHI!'0TMi, NovomtaT 15. On Ins to a miscon struction ov the rules governing the licenses of steamboat pilot. General Duiuout, suiH.krvising in pector general of sieanilwint-s. tcv-day decideil that pilots whoae licensee may be usieiided can be re stored at the expiration of suspension, and that such suspeuded pilots are not required by lw to take out new li.-eu.-cs. Two Aerhlcnla on the Hudson. I'm oHki.rsik. November 15. The steam er Monitor, plying between Peekskill and New t ork. ran on the riH-ks near i,1ciiwoch1 last ntgnt, sud will be a total lus. No lives lost. She was a small freight steamer, valued at S12.0UO. While the steamboat Blackbird, of Stnrln's har lair fleet, was coming to this city from Newburg Saturday night Willi about l.0 excursionist, It ran uj-on a rock len mile.- above Fort Montgomery and sprung a leak . i he captain beached her, and the men went ashore, made a fire' and liiyoiiac-d lor tlie nulu Iu tbe moi-niinr. between Sami 4 o'clock, they were tnki n on the Drew in smlt tsnts aud brought to this city. The Blackbird was floated tolay OTEXEXTR F UCEAX RTEAMEU. I'LYMOL TH, November lo. Arrived : Weiland, New York. OLASGOW, November 15. Arrived: UUtc of Oeorgi. New York NEW Y'ORK. November 1.1. The Celtic, from Europe, brought ti-.M0 In gold ban. A ( ABB. To all who are auoering from the error and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood , etc. , I will send a recipe that will cant you, FREE OF CHAROK. Tbi great remedy Wa discovered by a nlssioaarr In south TROPIC FRUIT LALATIVE. The Chief Characteristics of EVE are its agreeable qual ities, mild properties, absolute freedom from irritating cathartic ac tion, subtile efficiency, and the peailiar merit it has of exerting and permanently re-establishing constitutional regularity. It is exempt from all the usual objections to drastic medicines in the form of pills, liquids, and powders, which are sold under different names and used for securing purga tive effects. Unlike these harsh, unwholesome, and disagreeable preparations, which not only jeopardize the health of those using them, but which gradually become wholly inert, unless taken in greatly augmented doses, Tropic-Fruit Laxative, by the rare and invaluable properties with which it is endowed, gives impetus to peristaltic action of the intes tines, imparts normal vigor to the bodily functions, and may be given in progressively diminished doses. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is the result of careful and prolonged scientific and chemical research, and it is entirely distinct from the class of remedies known as "patent medi cines." Its use is alike safe, efficient and wholesome for both sexes, the young and old (in all countrias and climates), and under all circum stances. TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put up in bronzed tin boxes only. Avoid imita tions. Ask your druggist for Descriptive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor, J. E. Hetherington, ,?6 Park Place, Nkw Yokk. STEAMBOATS. FOB WHITE RIVER SPECIAL NOTICE. Str. Josie Harry r.ggpe HOW IX PORT, On account of scarcity of labor. has been compel led to defer Iter depart urn nntll THIS DAY I iicmIhj . Nov. 16, nt T p.m. it. w. I KJHTKl RXi;. Agcnl. 7 Monroe afreet. Speolal Notice Memphis, Tens., November 16, 1880. FROM this date, until further no- .11 ' a, liec, the bouts of the Menu, hi. i gLSC and Pine Bluff U. S. Mall Line lyll positively re ceive no freight after 5 o'clock p.m. JOHN N. HARBIN, Sup't. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. 81. Louis and Virksbatg Anchor Lim V. H. Mail FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Grand Tower, Geo. Corvell, master. Will leave the Anchor Line Wharfboat THIS DAY, Nov. 16th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage. apply to AD STORM, Snp't on whartboa'.. FOR VICKSBURG. ksbarg Jaltotl Stales Mall FOR VICKSBl'RG. Toe Kinney, Cartright. master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat THIS DAY. Nov. 16th, at 10 a.m. For freight or pas-sage apply to AD STORM. Sup't on wharfboat. FOR NEW ORLEANS. St. I. on is and New Orleans Anchor Line For Vicksburg, Natchez and New Orleans Steamer fjriiiding Htar, Miller, master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat WEDNES DAY, Nov. 17th, at 10 am. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM. Sup't on wharfboat. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Soul horn Transportation Llae For Cairo, Evansville, Louisville and Cincinnati Steamer Golden City, Hegler. master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat WEDNES DAY, Nov. 17th, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM, Sup't on wharfboat. Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co For LionLsvlUe and Cincinnati. The Elegant Passenger Steamer Cons Millar, r-3E C. W. Tichnor master James W. Vorifl.clerk Leaves WEDNESDAY, Not. 17, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to Ii. YV . LIGHTBURNE. General Frei No. 7 I ht and Ticket Agent, onroestreetMrfljihis FOR HATCHIE RIVER Memphis and Bolivar Packet The elegant passenger steamer W. J. Poitevent, W. J. Ashford master I Neil Booker Leaves as above MONDAY, Nov. 22d, at at 5 p.m for Bolivar and intermediate points. For freight or passage apply on board. FOR WHITE RIVER Memphis & White River Packet Resrnlar Independent Metnpnls and White River Packet For Augusta, Jacksonport, Seercy, and way points. The regular indepen dent Packet HARD CASH, E. C Postal, master I C. Postal, cl'k Will leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, on and after Wednesday, Sept. 1st, at o p.m. For freight or passage apply No.V M lO K IT. LiliHIHI'KMV, miroejLipjgeabodyUeL FOK ARKANSAS CITY. For Arksasas fltjr and Plnp lllntr it. K Adams U. S. Mail Line steamer For Helena, Friars Point, Arkansas nty and Pine Bluff R. B. DEAN ADAMS,, Mark R. Cheek master j A. 1. CumniiiiTiieierK L--.iv,-- as above and all way landings every MON DAY and THURSDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting at Arkansas City every Tuesday with (teenier Geo. V. Cheek for Greenville and Vicksburg. J. T. WASHINGTON'. Agent, ayj Madison st. FOR WITTSBURAt. Memphis and M. Francis C.S. Mail Line. Th elegant passenger steamer E. J. Can-ell master Illuming in connection wilh the Memnhis and Little Rock Railroad, is now making regular trips between M V III so AND WITTSBl'RCI. Freight sent to Memphis and Little Rock Depot. corner rruiuauu .iuams sireeoj, win go mrolign promptly from this dare. October :w. IssQ. J. D. RANDALL. TOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. yiemuni and kit. Frnnela stiver C. s. n all Line The uew and elegant iasseuger steamer JCeue .Ti at'rt'jul v. O. K. Joplln, master ! Banning, cl'ki Will leave Memphis EVERY" Tl-ESlaAY and SAT- CKDAY KVtNINUS, at 5 p.m., for Marianna, the Cut-ott and all intermediate landings. J. D. RANDALL. Sup't. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. HILT HARRY LINE Hempkla While and Black River V. S. Half Packet. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, De vails Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta. Jacksonport, West Point, Searcy, Batesville, Powhattan, and Pocahontas, rne new aim elegant sicamer ic new ana elegant steamer losie Harry, Will leave Memphis EVERY SATCR AY. at ; D. ni., connecting direct with the new Black river U. mail packet MILT HARRY' for Powhattan and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batesville and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. K. W. LIHIITBI RNE. Agent. 7 Monroe st. FOR HELENA. Lee Line Steamers For . lendale and Helena The elegant passenger steamer 1 Oalionia. George Malone. . .master 1 Ed Crowe Will leave EVERY' TUESDAY, THURSDAY- and SATURDAY", at 5p.m. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or No. 3 Madison street. JAMES LEE, Jr., Sup't. For Helena and War The new iron raisee Meumer JOHN T. MOORE, J. E. Montgomery.. master W. A. Stone Will leave as above every TUESDAY' UAi and sa u kdai at & p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. R. W. LIGHTBURNE. Agent. 7 Monroe at. LEE LINE STEAMERS. For u lendale, Helena and Friars Point. I nines lee, Stack Lee. master I Whitlow, clerk. W ill leave as above oa every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. Office , No. 1 Madison street FOR OSCEOLA. Trt-Weekly I . S. Hall Packet For dolph, Fulton, Onreola and way lauding- Ban- Osceola Belle, c -p, r. msster ' Wm Hinlther. cl ksssssi WiU lear Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNK8- wx . na - urttn i - a a v . - 4 a- i A V T V.iJ I Schoolfield, Eanauer Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 256 and 258 Front Street, Memphis. WE OFFEB TO MERCHAKTS OJfLY 2000 Special attention given Cases Assorted CAN GOODS SHERWOOD&CO Late Wheeler, Pickens ic Co. Wholesale Dealers In TOYS CHILDREN'S WHEELED GOODS, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, 310 Wain Street, Opposite Peabody Hotel. TOYS,TOYS,TOYS! CANDY,FIREWORKS, CIGARS AT THE WHOLESALE CANDY HOUSE OF 37 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS. W eddinca and S. II. Brook. Brooks, Neely & Co Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 367 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, 40 , noMtoi HT. STERNBERG & LEE Offer to Use Trade, the Largest, Beat Assorted, and- Cheapest Stock of TlnXii'SffliSitos' Articles They are Sole Agents for Canity Fair and Ntephania CSIimh Mouthpleee t'lsraretteti, ,i,i-i,t im.iiui,- .Hiuir nuwi, aim me No. 313 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. Mmer, Burton & Co WHOLESALE GHOCERS AND Nos. 371 and 373 M. H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OP Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Brackets and ScroU-work, Rough and Bressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, et., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington Street, MEMPHIS, H. B. HOWELL, H. B. Howell fe Co GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 268 front (Street, Memphis. 1.CAPTAIN RALPH WORMELEY WILL SEU, OUR C0TT03f." HEBRON, HAYNES & GO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts 266 Front street, Memnhla. DELL ARD & COFFIN COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 302 AND 304 FRONT 8TREET. MEMPHIS. M. I- J1I U II AN. E. K. M M.LMEACHAM CO W1IIOLESAI.E Grocers, Cotton Factors AJTI SAi Ir Jfo. O Union street, - - ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR STEEL BARBED FENCE WIRE SEXD FOR CIRCULARS AWI PRICES 310 and 312 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. NO. 336 MAIN STREET, Cor. UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. ALL KINDS OF BOOTS and SHOES -lnd to Oraler In Best atjrleand Work inanxhin. ALSO BOOT and GAITER MADE TO ORDER J. H. M'DAV'ITT, J. H. M'DAVITT & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 230 Front si., bet, Adiuns and Jetfersoii, JI eni pit Is, Tenn. T IBEBAL tlt AM IS M till: ON ( nSUiHKTS. " J services of J. M. JAMES, who will give his personal attention to and W. w. JAMES, who will devote his attention to tbe Grocery Depa JAMES U. MALONE. H. C. WATSON MALONE & WATSON, ATIOBKEV8.A T-L A W, to Consignments Cotton. Parties Supplied. II. M. Xeely CIGAR DEPOT & SALESROOM, S13 MAUN STREET. lamous jus Old Oaken Buefcet Tobacco. Main St., Memphis. "EiraESSEE. JOHN H. COCKE. EACH AM. J. B. FOSl O.V. AGENTS, Memphis, Tennessee. All Styles of Ladles' anil ientlemeas IAIDIASE BOOTS and SHOES IN LARGE VARIETY. SOLAR-TIP SHOES A Specialty. WOODMANSEEA GARIDES FINE SHOES, IN ALL .STYLE.-. TTN FACTORS Late of C. W. Gojer Co. WE HAVE NEtX'BED THI the Uandllns and Sale of Cotton. Grocery Department. Memphis, Sept. 1, 1880 R. J. Mobgan , late Chancellor. L. B. Mi l'iuusn Morgan A McJFarlaiid, Atturneys-at-Law, PLANTERS INSURANCE COMPANY. D. T. PORTER, Pres't. J SO. OVERTON, Jr., V. Prest. . V. RAISE, Setfy. PAID VP t'AriTAL, "EN AVANT!" of my stores, will receive this advertising card, which should be carefully prescn-ed, as It may entitle the holder to 895 V. S. CITRRENCY, which will be GIVEX AWAY EVERY WEEK Look in the Sunday Appeal or Avalanche for the number. Instead of giving all the money to printers, I propose to make every person who buys goods from me an advertising medium, by offering this gener ous inducement. JAMES KIRKL AND 309 and 311 Main Street, Under Peabody Hotel, GENTS' FURNISHINGS, HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, UNDERWEAR i:i.i.i i.oii COLLARS AND f'l'FFH, SHIRTS, SOCKS, RITHBER C LOTH1XG, VALISES, ETC., ETC. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. BOTH IN PRICE AND QUALITY. LEMMON & GALE, WHOLESALE Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, TENNESSEE BLOCK-Nos. 326 AND 328 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS. BELIEVING the health of our city would continue good, and that we would have a largely Increased trade this season, we have mad early preparation and have now In store and en route the La neat Ntoek r . neral ncrchnudise we have ever offered to the trade, bought for Cash, and we are determined to offer every facility iu Terms and Price that can be had in other cltiea. M nil:is, Tenn., Saulmnlip. 1, 1SS(). IEMMON & GALE. JAMES TOXliE. F. It. WHITE. J.W. Caldwell & Co. SUCCESSORS TO F. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 38Q Front street, Memphis, Tennessee. ANDREW STEWART, AKDREW Mew Orleans. Stewart, Gwynne& Co Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, Nos. 356 and 358 Front Street, Memphis, Tennesse STEWART, BROTHERS & CO., Cotton W actons and Commission Merchants, JTEH ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. SB - 3C IB U 0 K S H w N H r. e v e ae B se a Pi e x I ss as 1 Er a: as 35 SSj til Wormeley & Goodman, Cotton Factors! and Commission Merchants OFFICE REMOVED TO Jfo. 8Q8 JFront street, E. L. WALKER. WALKER'S SONS & CO. cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 276 Front Street, near Cotton Exchange, Memphis. We have secured the services jf Mr. G. H. JUDAH. who will rive his exclusive attention to the sale of Cotton. Liberal advances msxle on Cotton Consignments. BY I'EIIMISSIOX WE RKFKR TO Meyer. Weiss Co., New Orleans: Manhattan Bank, Memphis; B. Lowensleln A Co., Memphis: FHedjnaroBJcnphisice&tLxo Pearce, Suggs & Pettit WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AST COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 260 and 262 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn M. Gavin. John (t. Sullivan. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton factors, And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HetMeeu Acliims and JesTcrson. Our I. K. RAINEY devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Ske of all Cotton Intrusted to our charge. We have ourewn Cotton Warehouse, corner Washington and Second street. H. FCBNTEA'll EI9f J. L. Furstenheim & Wellford WHOLESALE Grocers and Jfo. gyB FroRit street, CHICKASAW IRON WORKS! Randle & Livermore. Proprietors, No. 98 Second Street, Opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn. COTTON-PREMSES, l.l-l.i:AKI.U, Shaft Iiik and Pnllea, nil kinds Iron and Brass use I ngs. and i: very thing In Line t OItNIkRY and MAl'HIN E-SHOP WOBK. L. S. LAKE. Memphis. L. S. LAKE & BRO. COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 268 FRONT ST., Op-Stairs, MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal Adances Made on Cotton Consirnments. Order for Plantation Supplies and dleneral Merchandise filled at Lowest Net Cash I-rlces. B. VACCARO. A. VACCARO & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGMS, NO S 34 FRONT HILL FONTAINE & CO Cotton Factors & Front St., Mcmphln, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts StSO. Sjient in advertising during the month of November In a novel manner. Every customer Ducnafiaa goods to the amount of One Dollar in either J. W. CALDWELL. M. WHITE & 00. D. 6WTNNE, Hemphia, P. II. 11 ALKY. MemnhlH. s 3f to in as ae I H corner Court, Memphis. L. B. WALKER. Thus. Clark. M. J. Clark. WELLFORD, Lie si nil lou A Wallford. Cotton Factors, - Memphis, Tennessee. D. W. Lake, New York. -AND A. B. VACCARO. STREET. MEMPHIN. Wholesale Grocers, niSPENSABT. DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, No. 17 Jefferson Street. Retweea Rain and Front, Hemphia. 1 ESTABLISHED IN I860. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all parties In terested as by far the most successful physi cian In the treatment of private or secret disease. Quick, thorough nd permanent en re guaranteed in every case, male or female. Recent cases of Gon orrhea sud Syphilis cured in a few days, without the use of mercury, change of diet or hindrance from busincts. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eradicated without the use of mercury- Involuntary loss of semen stopped in short time. Sufferers from impotency or lossof sexual powers restored to free vinir in a few weeki. Victims of self-abuse and excessive renerjr, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss of physical and mental power, speedily ami permanently cured. ParUcnlarattentiou paid to the Disease of Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. Piles nd Old Sores cured without the use of caustic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parts of the country 03ice hours from 8 a.m to 9 p.m. Snr.dav- from 8 a.m. to 12m. D. S. lOHN'SON. M.D. COTTOX BUYER, AND CHAMPION GINS and HULLERS FOR SALE BY GEO. H. LATHAM (Successor to E Hobart A Co. COTTON Bl'YEIC. Room 90, 804 Front Street, REPRESENTS BARRY, THAYER ft CO (Successors 10 THAYER, BRIOHAM CO.) AMI. Liberal Caak Advance made on Con. algmmenta to Them, or Correapondenta In Liverpool. SAI.E OF REAL ESTATE. Supreme Court Sale of Ileal Estate. In the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson E. M. Apperson, Executor of Wade H. Bolton, deceased, vs. Charles Jones et al. ; and R. J, Black, Administrator, vs. Charles Jones et al. IN pursuance of the decree pronounced by the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackaon, April 14, 18S0, in these consolidated causes. I will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, at the southwest corner of Main ana Madison street. In the city of Memphis, on Monday, December , 1SSO, the lot or parcels of land mentioned and described in said decree, a follows: A certain lot of land situated In the city of Mem phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and bounded follows: It being lot No. S58, as laid down on tha plan of the city of Memphis, and lieginnlng at the northeast corner of the Intersection of Monroe and Second streets in said city ; running thence north with the cast line or side of Secoud street 74 feet :t Inches ; thence east 148 feet fi Inches to an alley; thence south with the wet side of said alley 74 feet 3 inches to the north side of Monioe street ; thenos west along the north side of Monroe street 148 feet 6 Inches to the point of beginning, together with all the improvement and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining. Alio, the following lot or parcel of Und situate in Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and being part of lot No. 98. at laid down oa the plan of the city of Memphis, being on the west aid" of Main street, between Monroe and tnlon streets. It being the third lot and storehouse south of Monroe street on the west side of Main street, it being lot No. 8 in the subdivision of said lot 9H, lietween LydiaM. Jenkins, Thomas J. Tnrlevand J. M. Williamson, which Is fully shown by the deed of rwriition be tween said parties, of date April 14, 1853, which Is of record In book No. 14, pages 236 and 287 ot record of deeds of Shelby county, to which deed reference is made : said lot fronting 18 feet 9 inchei on the west side of Main street, ud running back between parallel lines 70 feet to an alley, and bounded on the south by lot No. 4 of said subdivi sion of lot No. 98, now owned in common by estate of Thomas J. Turley and W. A. Williamson; and oh the north by lot No. 2 of said subdivision of lot 98, new owned by estate of Thomas J. Turley; upon which lot is s four-story brick storehouse, now known as No. 317 Main street, In Memphis, to gether with improvement thereon. The (aid lot No. 358 first above described, will be subdivided and sold i i several parts, separately, a follows : . L The rear part o the lot, that Is the part on the east side which 11 s between the alley on tbe east and a line pa rail .1 with the west bouiidarv of the alley, beginning at a point in the couth bou id ary of the lot, the north line of Monroe street and four feet east of the brick dwelllnghouse, which point 1 estimated to be 48M feet from the south east corner of the lot, and running thence north wardly and parallel with the west boundary ol the alley to the north boundary of the lot No. X.Vi. 2. The parcel of lot 358, on which 1 the brick dwelling-house, consisting of two tenements front ing on Monroe street, shaH be divided Into two part, the partition line between which two part shall be line passing north and south through tha center of the brick wall which divides the house into two tenements, and extending from the south boundary of the lot to the north bouiidarv, and four feet of ground lying east and adjoining tha east tenement, and extending from Monroe- street to the north boundary of lot 858, and bounded on the east by the west boundary, hereinbefore desig nated, of the part next hereinbefore described, shall belong to. and be a part of, the lot on which is the east tenement. The parcel on which is tbo .rest tenement shall have the use and privilege for ever of the four-feetalley extending from the north boundary of Monroe street to the north boundary of the lot, In common with the owner or owner of the part of the lot 358, on which are the four store fronting on Second street. S. The lot or panel fronting on Monroe street, whereon is the western of the dwelllnghouse ten ement, bounded on the south by Monroe street north by the north line of lol858, east by the west ern boundary of the hut described parcel or lot. which western boundary is the Line extending; through tbe center of the wall which divides the two dwelllnghouse tenements, and on the west by the line at the outside of the vt wall of the western tenement, extending froux Monroe street to the northern line of lot 358. and Which western Line is about 4 feet from the east face of storehouse fronting on Second street. 4. The part of the lot fronting on Second and Monroe streets, and whereon are four brick store, shall be divided into four part the first of which shall be bounded on the south by the north line of Monroe street, on the north by a Line extending rrom me wesi une oi tne i, mining, nd lot :tr8 through the center of the partition wall which di vides the south storehouse from that situate next north of It. The second of which part shall bo the lot on which is the storehouse next north of the last described part, which second lot shall bo bounded on tbe north by a line extending from tlie west wall of the house eastwardly to the east sidu through the center of the brick partition wait which divides this second storehouse from tha storehouse next north of the said second sto re house The third of which part shall las, the lot on which Is the third storehouse, to-wit: the lot next north of the said second lot, and is bounded on tbe south by the before-described north boundary of the said second lot, and on the north by a una extending from the west line of the building and lot 358 to the east side of the cast wall of the house, through the center of the Dartltlon wall which divides said third storehouse from the store house next north. The fourth of which part 1 the lot on which Is tho fourth or north storehouse, and Is bounded (,n the outh by the north boundery of said third lot to-wit: aline extending from the line of the building and lot 858. eastwardly through tbe cen ter of the partition wall which divldoslt from tbe third lot, and the north boundary of said fourth lot Is the north boundary of lot .358 and the north face oi the most northern of the four storehouses parcels or lots. The east boundary of each of tlieso lots is the line on which is the east face of the east wall of the storehouse building, and thi line be gin at or about a point In the south boundary of the lot 358, abont 5S feet eastwardly of the south west corner of the lot 358, and runs northwardly with the east side the east wall of the storehouse building to the north boundary of the lot 358. The alley of four feet width, between the storehouse buildings and the dwelllngtiouso building, shall be held and enjoyed forever for the use aud privil ege of the owners of the storehouse lots in com mon with the owners of the adjoining rot, when km is the west tenement of the dwelliugb'YmBB build ing. Each of the said storehouse lots will be sold separately, and the lot whereon are the two dwell lnghouse tenements, and the lot on the cast end of lot 358, will be sold separately. The several purchasers of the storehouse lot shall have the privilege and rigid f,,r Mine month uexi aiier couuraiauun oi mc rviairl ol sale to make use of the present stairways which go alsovo, and of tlie halls on the second unit thinl sioncs for the purpose of erecting partition walls on tlie existing walls from the thinl door op, resting upon the present brick partition walls below, ami Hie present nd super-added partition walls shall be party wall between tbe adjoining owners. The purchasers will be put iu possession ol said proierty on compliance with the terms of sale. A map and plan of snlsdivlslon of nud lot accordance with the foregoing, will be exhibited on the day of sale. Terms ol Sale hix. twelve, eighteen ami iw.oiv. four months; purchasers executing Holes bearing interest from date for the purchase money, uitn approveu personal security, ami a Hen retained on me lots until sain ntea are paid E.julty oi re- demotion barred. jacitson, tenn. -sen .auDer'ji ikmo. JtaN II. PRKKMAN, Clerk W. M. Randolph. H. Clay Kin- Wrlirht u.-iri.. ek. U.K. Mvers W CHAXCERY SILKS, Chancer! Sale of Real Khtntc. No. 1063, R. I'nanccry Court- of Shelby count- Lnarle Collins, guariiiHii. etc, box Anita and Camllda Pope. vst. Anna I'onc et al. BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above cause ou the JBth rtay of March, 1874, and renewed, etc . October . K. mi amended, etc., December 17, 187B, and renewed Oc tober 22, 1877; and May 1", 1878. and Ni.vcmter S 1880,1 will sell at public auction. In the mliest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Muster's i dice. Courthouse Building, Main street. Memphis. In iit3 Taxing-IHstrict of Shelby couniy. Tenn., tin naiurtiH.v, unrmirri, 1-.KO. thin legal hours, the following dassrtbed prop. ;y. situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, lo-wft- Lying in the city of Memphis, and kmiHi, ,:ntt de-' scribed upon the plan of said . iiy .. i,:trt ()f lot No. 570, and bounded asfollow., io-srt ; Basin, ning at a stake on the solltl strict 143 leet ioyc inches east oi tin eastern line of of Fourth street (said Koiirth street l Inn sn r,-,. wide, and taken off the west ,nri of lut s,, v..,,. running thence eastwardly Mlih the smith vi, I,- ,,i Madison street :;s feet il inches lo a tana, i,.,... southwardly, at right angles with Madison sin-, t 148 feet 6 Inches : thence wesiwardlv ,..n..i ...i.S IMlson street. !I8 feet inches to a stake thanS Jrrthwardly with the east Una of lot No ' ,2 feet six Inches to the beginning on Madlsi.n Vr Terms of Sale Ou a credit of seven month i.ur chaser executing note bearing Interest st sLtmt cent. Lien retained, etc. This November S, 1880. r- nr si ' ,BLACK, Clerk and Muster C.W MetcalLand Jariiagin A ln,u,, ,.i LEGAL. Son-Resident Not san- Ko, 3644 In the Chancery Court si., n... m,,,,.. rciuicssec B. Loweustela ,v Bndlurs't 1' w ' Clapp et al. ' It apiH-aring from fudaTtt In this cause that the defendant. K. W. Clapp. is a lion . cldent ol he State of Tennessee; that he is tudebtad to the complinuUi in the sum of Ka H due bv open t"1, MUhow,i' nvtiig la-en Is-ticd and levied on the property of said C'lapi. : ii is uicreiore oracreo. Thai pearauce herein, at the courthouse ,.f Shelby fy, Tenn., ou or before the Ont M... dav In Z ber 1880 and plead, answer or ilcntor to pUlnaufbill.or the same will make his ap- roun i-em- or the same will K. uken forcon- I aild se! for h.l., ... . . . Icssed as to him and set that a i ouvof ihi.wc; "cr;.',"."!""1 lhlsl8lh day of October, USu, K.' s-'VXiSiL R .-?' BLACK Ink and Master J, iT " s """T. ii-puiy i icrk nod Master. s- jumsa, ooi. ror connii nt. IB Notice to Creditor. rTVHE insolvency of the estate oi II, nrv yWanis A deceased, having been suggested "In tbe Pro bate Court of Shelby comity ou Augtut ii, 1880, br ome of the creditor, and Met court liaving or dered me to make publication of Ihemme: '1 here fore, notice U hereby given u, in id Henry William to flic their claim, with the r-Utrk ol ald court on or before the . ntj Mih day ol C. O- O- I nil and ltcMnt Mtrtn