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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
AILWAY RECORD. . KSMJi Al. AND UKXF.KAL. nwiar night's was one of the 1 argent trail' that ever arrived nt Little Rock lpbls. Every car u lull, and suin'lin' In Jcnand. r.nta Ummiaittm, J luiri:iv. ",. W. In city, and will remain a few days, theti U rest of ibe Atlanta and Macon :.ich i at .tow being surveyed." v i I i-- :.n 1 Chattanooga, failed to earn a -!! 'in'. crby about 112,000. In October i was al.out the same. So dividend on p rty 1 cxpeetfil for a year to valine. i.ittio I'vi-k ami Fort Smith railway : more work than any road of lt. length in I horn country. It ha all the freight It can ill ways, and is continually adding to its -t-a-L. The people, from superintendent iva eleter gciijcmen, endftho road Is worthy I ret. larin, general manager of the ui'. Mince cars have been in ao great dc- ma been at work in earn oil to gather up all - and has l-n pending Ms agent in all - hunting them up. Hearing of one oil re. Lax Lawanna und Scrunlon roed, he nt after I:, who found u Uiidlng ou the -. tm. i I an Indian family living ill iMf having been luimliltcd by them for ,-e i.i.-mtlis. In another caae ne fnund a New Hampshire road: one end of the car n lir.le.l up and used as ahogii:: in er end of the car was a few bushel M S.,lt Lake )ii'erx state on the aathor- .giK-l.'rjr. of the t'nion P itv, Uiat a general pl.n-e on Monday, s-slein'of the I'liion lis raaaul of a plan 'tirttnent of the com ire by wliicb it ii rt par Iraflic of Iho road -o;n tiden to Oinahu, is been reduced to :i : Nebraska alaou u per milo has been The li the ! i, a reduclluu to fo'ir to i War 'nl to Uitlnon ! Innnriallr. AOO, SoTemVxr 10. The road which t!ng in th-; char p fare CJbl agree In g Increased turnings cve.i In p-i-seuger -port of trie V i -..in t ,.:eni, bet 151. The ri.rt 'to the rnilmad 'a! ii: "iffl-' :l.w year tpetaata. not 111 . biding . il stock i $1'., 1 , .XV. laM Wr!riii'i I ilurlneer Killed. Itmavx, Ouw, Novnjli'-r 1st. Tne pav I o d iv. eolii.io-i nun a train nj me i.iniin itd M-.i.kinniiu Valley road, wreekiuc the train Veilv ami fatally iujunng Bert . cti.riii -er ot 111" H'.'-kli.-' V.iiley ci.'iiie. No I ii; for ;i Recti ter lor (lie Bf., '. l. -it vi 1 .1.1 :. .vv.mlwr 111. I be reiiort i Mil is to Ik- 1.1 .1 in tlie 1'uitcd Stab-, circuit t., : i .. :4 lur I lie ii;.;..litlmeHi ilrer for th- Naaln llle. Chattanooga and railroad company create! uiut 1. talk here Th j"ir;- of tlie bill is to take away af eomfol ti e LiftiUville and Nashville i hv have over If, on the ground that the tti ia taking away the frwight busines ! .- liiiiut. ly belong 1 o the Naahvillc, oca and si.f.-aui r.-.llrsaiil. L WHITTIER HU CTiarl! Street, HU Louis, Ho own 01 io ..n-iiCMi t OU,''!-. niai lt-ri i.n n 'rtrier l'h -u iiui in tit. I-o itn. ha Km. Otoct, Stricture. Ore iiitta. uptur,.li 7 mlwhwwi oypmiiuc or crmn&LAjiec- r rtirot.W.klr.orrXorif.i' tirtwl Mufoiy. FrlmUli. iuiiur tv-ii Aimtm in oiitn. trtnitl i Tti.r.frre-- ttrniaviurk. iniduriiut im 1 fmua-.ion, rMUtr, limtv)W of ltfat, dftctjTo . puaMM OmMmy, f.trtoo to cor:, ly of fnrnii.1-', r. f I'lui". I' r-m of wtiaal Dfimr. or niiht ' flu; mrtrriajfo tmpropr, are perzMnotl7 curm!. l at omr rr I jr m-ul Trm tnvlt.. i'uai.-hl -t M -ali. i iuh tat itf in nil cr cuprwa. i ur- V iicrt' ti'ttv ft. fisiirt -. It i frank It Lnt.part iRRIAGE ) P?cfp9 IN ii r at I I I rt rf lift j t ..ijil'irlnt pn plctnr, tram to ltfi ; on thu i:i'rt; , mnt njirr.wUo nit.TllT. Man- mi: 'in'" m l . 1'h .-1 '.il ili- ii T. nitah'autl. Phjancol docar. Who biuld murry ; end h,tiiiiruHtai nui ' - - EflbeCa at , r.iriict! tnn naa ni.my m-rm. ibuw rniirrlad r,r I'ltittn in. trri.ii) ab'iulrl r..id it than Lwtp nndttr ol kr- kSots. l-ypiuillo wormy or i-oatir. nr. ?, nnri-w wi., ru avatjum. to. C PRESCRIPTION For tli nnfdr Li M WMfcnwi, tiMf Manhood NarroustMaa, CL tnf,ivi(.ft(f 1 Km Atfiin UiBoototT vMimorr aad Iiinr !-- hrnnuhton hy Hacrnt euro HmJniiI amu uU, Mo '. JACQUES hfnut St, St. Loulfl. Mo. t ' offi.non to mn ot)-rTnatorrhfrtu Mmirtni WukB, i n. y, nil t.irm ci By rnili . oouori -it-Ba, uiot. r or liiut'iiur .isaji.o. j;iv-.ni cn -Bi enn-j in ays. AM the dlMMM Malunu from mi-nBvm, v jionurta raak-nlly Mi l for liio iin nnit A1v.im int. Ubaricoa low. :.ui or v.. it t uonflder.oe, Byrnptom Itook for to fltutopa. otMiilder.c. SyjiiTitom Ilook for two RRIAGE GUIDE I O C t R. Mha. , IUttKHttA. a rinnilrr a Billable Ila (-very ud Kw Droartnm In Mnd- caniio, an mii il r) ir r)"i:ii Mta.i ivtMy anciiva dy f. r tha iy and paru Drnt t'ura of BcnU liiiitf ifna and IinDotcncy Lit thn only tnia prlB : Dirw t Appltcntlon to Um prinulial Kat ia., actmrf t)f AboUirotion, an J exHruntt r.ntl'tantwon tb'tHrtulnal raim iaUc tieta, Vroatata Gland, und Unthra. Tha ItMiaeMfy la attaodad a !Lfi oo aln or hicot noil rJiMii not lnt.Tft.ra with tho ordinary r ilfat ft la quioklr dlaaolyad mnd aoon ab- ii. lmltu aa iwah OlaU) oti nuut n-Mn u."n tin-- iMMt oct nrri a iraialil ffi uHi il from r'If abuat ud ioaa-Ma, atonnirjr mm from tun Bt-m, rfntorina; the mind to ao'i hiuhiii iiipttioi v. rt mnvTiit, um u mint J I, -1 ... : LUtT, BMnMMLl " LMML M to Bm iotv. utc.. tc.. aut tLt amaiun.-c inkatu.ro old an uaualW iifcomnanvlnir thla iU, and ratorluif parfct Soxuiii V ipor, wtu-ra um-ti (i i. :ii.n'- it-r jwar. um monom iri- lia (tt-rtui i Un t tt In vtry h rnr raeci, and us proaounrcd sorewj. Drua ara too much pra 1 lo tbta troutiiea, and .a many can baar wtt o, will lnt llUla If an7H)manimiKMd. Thi-ra nwu" anou, ins j n imrailon. I'rariu-ai on- lon anabloa ui tn notii. trjnrn: t that it iva tat-lafv-.taort. Tnivina iba itbrht yaart that iir.u iii i'u of". i aao. an i 4m i;iotianoiot uati aa to Ii i. .a.n-. r. l lllir'v roi'-deu by tbn at I'rofnmoUm , a bo t 'in moat ytional meao yat r.f ratacararnriM rbta varrmvrmiaoc to h i iui'v taitd upon whom aiudra nrar wtth tsaalasa prtroma aud L f f -a. Tba il Jiedy i a ' SOUfffl ttf . I a Mfw ; Ho. 3. itoni anrl it v mil1, 'lOUti for aufadaja!. f 'aftM KRIS REMEDY CO. MF 0. CHEMISTS. MimM fit. 6t. Louis. Mo. . aadi IMONY OF li IISTB Wo have been 8 Syphlll Pi 1 lie for year, and re atpr rk r to an iivihing known to acleiu-e foi h It ia rectunuK'tided. We llavi ngle failure. ii kvllle in ; I. K. Qnet A Co., I Katikln k Iatuiar, Atlanta, ilunela ,t Keyuol'.U .ttlaula. iaaei for a hn t, Lwtt i;f a mm laaiomb. Thomi limit. (i-inb.rl.in lei & M.ir-ii, a: Ian in. i ru. Atlantv, (U., July 4, 1874. re r,ail rtwifi'a Uypiilllitlc SeiHc It. the otoi ciinrleia lor tlie laat year, ami believe ONLY CKKTUM Rf.MF.I.Y that Will r fleet 1 gar ceag for dlaeaaea for whleh vou reeom UHANT. Al.EXANlit.K&tO. RKWARH lil lie paid to any cln ini-i who d, on aualyalx.f inu lHulca af S. S. H., out f men:ury, Iodide poUuwliim, or any mlii l only by the SWIIT ai'Ki'IKin CO.. At- . Sold by a. MANjfFlKl.11 ,t CO. . w TJ 4-ftft : lt, SI I UK TO nCCUa X, AibtntCkapt-ra oa a ifiM Worn- I, NUctioa ttt Wil.JEatlaMM ot Vlr(B aaa)M inaiti, ttcn!ii. . AJik- ! l.r..'- i "Privat e Uadloal AdVlaar" ra laiiarw wiul lanaaUnut, Mil oa Mlf tiu tha Mk -aaaal . a a afUa h iil iWl. tMa-aJ-a awaat'd aaawwaaai ! Ha 1 1 a. aaanea U aa I I Ii I veal au- , A V ' aaa .-A najaiila raaCa -at - . a s ,,m m l-J a.Maaa a.aaat a .. aW aaiaaai h aa iHHmtoM aavl kaateaaaeMkrwi Wu lVaaa tampan aa aWi iaarr rr I1 ft. eat ..mm ftaw ECtTTU WMfltanW. al aaaaaw -law I aaal ifcf H UaMw I aial. a, aaa aataaawaaaa h vr j; P is p j ms a 3 T tejl hi. r.. UMITIVK t I KK. nit ntiMli. iuo. ALLAN'S SOIXHLK M KM 1KM i.IKS. ,'alriitiMl i-t. !'., MTf.. Ouo box will run. nv ran' in four un vn or Uja wilt curv (lit- utmt ubttiiiHto tuac, uo luftttcr I long KtAJKl l ' - . HtlM'OII'. til. -t id riilM-ts. ronaitta, or oil of immI, tliitt urt' itTtnln to ).r.NlntM.ypiHpua, $1 mv Htl.l MY ALL DUrtiUlSTfl, or rll i v il l . ! ;itl' nrf. Iirtlit r i:.iU.-ui.ii.s ml for rln'tilar. i' i a.u;. j t . ai.i.a.-s & i.v.. 3 jonn Sew loll.. Mr f&OO n'war-1 for Ay cahc they will not . aaj and ttnro ctiro. BUTTS' nisPEHSACT liaed 1845 t 12 K. 8th 5:rttt. S7. LSHS, ILO .il. . ana .Ka-harcff of f'.n i,l. ami wll inttt Ur miliar ,b i. al- ' in it r W. Tvara llAVr llaaaaU ta Ihr trfat iual atMl.iy au im. IT, IttAl Wt t UM a I of IU arJiuary ,;..H -I TllaaUIk cretion:;expqsure' . h, vUlk ian-l-a. LUt. kirtrtr, OrrhiU.. r It r i'ii. lil ! ,ng ut h Orrkln., ...kllitl. ,r .,,,-ra.l artr, .... I I 'f rwaatard witfi iurri-. om awlenMW ifh- MtTrurr ir MM C-.PoaM MwUt-lB . W. lb rraH of wlf-AbuM la youth Id atturel yir, avrt itrotAnrulIy curca. Tbu f1i. faat aa af th. fatluwiaa; cAcrii annMMM, Uutctes. craoiia.ii , J.mnarai ol UgM. cuiUt ladl(MaiUt . AiauaaJiucy. coWaaiaa af Uaai. aMwtaB to kctiv ii.rtiir.rj, .) aihanatrun, luyolaary W toM lilaTS TREATED -7 S laaiaiHlH T.r,-, mkick, fUBI aa4 Invlt . a! I -n ytutv ahmiM Ma4 tbrlr UHraM,V at I ll ! Mtaff. It U Mt a trww. W . Bl-TTM. I NariA Mifc u. At. l.ouU. Mo. HIEO ln truublaa auk lfcaaaaav "m aisaal naSlat i r.ii arrl.'PaaaeJilM Ui.1,1 lMrl.tioN ,.r l,i. kIMHatUMi,hvai lu , a...; Mr. .1 t.lMlilr f, ur i, Tj, 4. atMsaaaV- .rr.r.i asaatw as .1... lura. HAHiS MUlil M IT. IMIt, in. FREE ait N-r.,.11. Wnlm I,, n- l. 1 in - , n,, -,,,.. N il-'.- ..-, ar iitjr 'i-'Mi-nJat. fwmi t J.rra (I . ra. J a UYFJXti. :ANCY DYEING. I VaM rniut nik4 aim .ivi'iinj a; IRY CLEANING. a"J ,uaau.O BACsN. imox trrc. GAB AY, AOjEVT, naALaa is stoi-k, Loose Cotton, OF MKTAL. ITrTlS" a y i ' : i ; tKttoHtirtil i JlttmittitiuUM ft a' . . ii;..y, rU roitr. M nfftf A ttitr-ftt it 'tt tMy run 6a fi ttttrt I rjeel ii - tttx;...,; .itt ttt- I I lr itcvca Kfr. u ' aW mOmimm Mfr.vt faif FINANCE AND TRADE FINANCE. Thotieh colli yeatertlar, with mow on the eTOUllU. 11 OH leW .11111. ..I. .O .Will- ... OMCTM., and the laioka were doing uiore general bualnciiii than on the laat day or two. still without any great activity. There waa an much aeaau in the way of ' dli-munta ai. the bank wanted, and ertehange ar rived In plenty. In the local uiaiket no transac tions were reported. Tlie New York Bulletin, of Wednesday, rertel: "New York exchange wa utiotcd to-day a- follows at the places uarned: Savannah Buying, !. ; selling, V lobar. Cbatlea tiiii Sliade lirrner: biiyiliir. r.-IiiA.' :. .lis. oilllt: m-11 ing par. New Orleans (Jomiiieniiil, li dla "count; bank. par. St. louts .10 discount. Chi cago 7ia9.su diacount. Boston sal discount." Kxchange at our banks is buying at discount on New York and oilier prominent east ern points: with three days' grace, M discount, sell ing at par. On New Orleans. discount, sell ing at air. Money is loaned nt 8 per rent. Shelby couutv serin, 'Ji buying, 953'JC selling. Khelby county bonds selling at par. Union and Planters slock, 110: Memphis and Charleston railroad slock, laat sale at 4(1; Mississippi and Tennessee drat mortgage bonda, ex-coupon, Mississippi and Teuiieatce second laortgage, IDS. Last sale of People's In: urance at '.'1 ; and of State National at lifA MXMPIIIH HANK CLEARINGS. t.leartngs. Balances S'nvcinber 19 t iEl.i.'J-' 'JV r.l.:s : Thus far this week 1.2II.7W.I m Same lime last week l,llir.,llll .J Same lime l.tst year 1,241,1-- tt IJaVM 0' i'fct,74l U znjtm BY TKLKtilLAPII. PA BIS, November 1. Bentes, ,SM. S7Sc. NKW OSLKASB, November lti. New York slghl exebauge, atr: sterling cxcluinge bankers' bills. IjONDON, Novcmla?r 19. Conaols for money, K 1.V10; on account, 100; new bs, 1H; W. 115; 4a, 116; Illinois Ccutral, liStVi: Peniisylvanin Ceulral, Hew Y'ork iVntral, 1I7'4; Krie. IC;aeeoiida, Keadiiig. .'.. NKW YORK, November 19. Money active at 3S 0 per cent., closing at il per cent. Prime mer cantile paper, 445 per cent. Sterling exchange tatnkera bills atmng, 1 I : demand. 4&1. The as slstant treasurer to-day bought tlgs.uoo 6s of 1KH0. ' - 1 1 1 1 1 ii bonda aleadv: L lilted Slates coupons, Un, VH; new to, 101;; new Hja, 112; new Is, 1111,; Pacific of is. IS. State bonds dull; Louisiana 1 consols, I1S: Missouri, 110; St. Joseph, 10s1,; Tennessee far, old, 45'a. rennesaee fts, new, 44; Virginia As, obi, B: Virginia 6s, new, 27; Virginia con aols, 9.; Virginia conaols preferred, VkXyL In the railroad market Erie second consols ad enine.! l'.s r rent. U 100, later fell tO Mil recovered lo lOO1. cl.jsing at ion; ludiaiia. Bloom Inu.n and Ureal Western incomes advanced J er "lit to 69; trie funded 5s to 95: Rome. Watcrtown and Ogdeiisbtirg llrsla bi 76, Kansas and Texas eonaola lo 117'i but later fell to 116; Lehigh and Wilkesburre incomes lo 81; Ciesaiafake and Ohio bonds to 72; Cheaaiieake and Ohio currency 6s to ; obio Central HraU to im.'aud Jersey Central convertibles bi 110. Kansas and Texas seconds early advanced per.-ent. to 71. bnt In the lab h-aliligs dei-lilied bi 7.1'i, elosllig at7l'J; North-ive-l. rn r.-gi-tered gold bonds advani ed "2 per cent. The stock market ojh'IiciI strong and on liu uiensD transactions the entire Hat ad , .in. .-d sharply, the improvement ranging from '4 lo JJkpcriviit , Wcsteni In ion, I.akcHliore, North i i I'.. i nir tne eiml and gratuei shares and CU ago, Burlingb.n and y.iincy lcding the upward movemetit. Snbseaiuently a ile.-Uue of to zl percent, waa reeonied, which aaa followed lay a reeoveaY of i I1, ia-r cent., and Inter by a de line of '.to r, a:r cent The grentist activity waa in Western I'nioii, Northern Pueiflc. iatke lure, New Y'ork IV ntral. N w Jersuy Central and Krie. A g.sal part of the buying b-day frM t -over ahort aalea. Several thouatnd shares acre bought tor account by on.- dealer, who. It la said, probably waa unable lo fulfill his contracts. Milling stocks at the slock -xchangc were more active, will. Castas Arizona ..ml Stutn'mt tlie features. There lias tieell g.si.1 buying of ttieae shares lutely nt current rates, f-'xeelaior ami Suut.lard wore strong at the close. The earnings of the Is lUlsvilUi ami Nashville ro.nl increased s; ,00n the second week in November. Transactions were .si4.ta)0 shares, of which 7600 were Chicago, Burlington and Quiiicy, HOmi Cliicagc, Columbus and Indiana Central, b - a I'levcland, jiuaabu Clneiuuatl and ludiaiiapolts, 2t,00n Urluwttiiiii, l.'a Denver anil Kio ilraudc, .rd,UUU Erie, 10,000 Ilunulbiil and Si. .Jos. ; Ii. voi- Iron Mountain, 12,0110 Kansas and Texas, 24,000 laike Shore, 8500 Michigan ("eiitral. b ,1100 Norlliwestem, .'J.onu Nuslivillc and Chalbiiioogii, 'J-i.bOO New Jersi-v Central, '1.000 New York Central, 3S,taj Northern Pacltic. hoiiO Ohio and Mississiovi, ',.000 Ontario and Western, lt.uOu Pad II.- Mall, lt.rsjli Kcadillg, 17,0110 St. Paul. 4U0llSi, Paulati. I Oaiaha. 2aV000 Union Paciiic, 'JJ.OUO Wabaab licillc, 97,oor Western Union, .'aaJO Canada Southern. tuoo llliiiols Llealml, CAW Central Arixona, :t4J0 Clieasepeake -ind Ohio, St. litiia and San Francisco ind 'JOOO like Krie and Western. The closing uiionitions ware as follows: 'intra I Pacific binds, 114; Union l'acltic nrits, 11454; Union Paclllc land grants. 111; Union t'aciucaiuktugiunda.l ls,:Lenllia:nl WifKeiliarre, Ii", ; Bt. Paul aud Sioux Cily flrals, uo salea; ChfcagA, Columbus and ludiaua Central firsts, llo; Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central seconds, no sales ; Erie aecouds, 9u?4 ; Rock Island, 19; Panama, 205: Fori Wayne, U4; Pittsburg, 114; Illinois Central, l'JO',; Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy, ICS; Chicago and Alton, i40j tiblcaito aud Alton tireferrod, 140; New York '"u.ral. 14! offered; llarlcm, 195; Lake Hborc, 117; Canada Southern, 60a; Michigan Central, tlb; Erie, 41: Krlc preferred, 76; Northaesteni, jy,; North western preferred, l:sv; SLPaul, 105Ji,; St. Panl preferred. 110; tit. Paul and Oma ha, 41; 3t. Paul and Omaha preferred, r; Dela ware, Laekawaunaand Western. Morris and Essex, 117: Delaware and Hudson, !' ; New Jersey Central, to'i; Reading. i7",; Ohio ami Mississippi, ;li; Ohio and Misslsaiptii preferred, Cheaa oeaxe and Ohio, 20; Mobile and Ohio. 22?; Cleve land and Columbus, 82; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central, 20; Ohio Central, 25; Lake Erie and Western. 82 ; Ontario and Western, 2S; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, Osoll'ered ; Alton and Terre Haute, l:;v offered ; Alton and rerre Haute preferred, 110; Wabash, SL Loulsand racinc, 43: Wabash. St. Louis and Paclflc pre ferred, 77: Hannibal and St. Joseph, 42; Hauni i.al and St. Joseph preferred, 92; Iron Mountain, 19; Bt. Loals and Ban Francisco, 10; St. Louis and San Francisco preferred, e3; St. Louis aud Bail Francis, o firsts preferred, 81 ; Chl ago, Bt. Louis and New Orleans, 41 ; Kansas and IVxaa, 40; Union Pacific. 97; Central Pacific, Northern Paciflc,'a; Nortlieni Pacific prefd, d; Louisville and Nashville, 187: Nash ville and Cuatlauooga,7&;Ioilbivllle, New Albany ind Chlcage, 100; Houston and Texas, 77; Denver and Rio Craude, 79f-s; Western Union Telegraph, 101; Atlantic aud Pacidc Telegraph, 41; Pacific Mail, 48; Adams Express, 119; Wells & Fargo's Express 112',; American Express, 65; United States Express, 52: Quicksilver, 11 of ierexl; Quicksilver preferred, 60; Caribou, 2: ''i-ntral Arixona, '.i1 . , Home Btake. mi; Standard 23; Excelsior. S; Little Pittsburg, 2 iiiurlu, 3L COTTOX. The telegrams yesterday were again favor ible to isriiioii; New Orleans hud two advuiiccF: Liv erpool waa a lao highiTj the bine at the mark, is generally ahowe.1 much ateailiucas ami arniueas. In our market thegUajmy weather was unfavorable i.i iliu examination of cotton, on which account Un- iiniutry win. not very active. Encouraged l.y MlvaiMH-a elsewhere, and by ibo-oonlinuation oi. weather which obstructs picking and will lesson the coming receipts, holders A-i.nl an advance, rhla buyers refused to give, and buyers and sellers ri-uialuiMl apart; quolaltous cl.siecl wltlioul Hialige. The seven last days' receipt at United States isirts ire Un- largest for the time nil room.!. The New Vork HMlaVal Wednesday, reports: "Probably most direet factor at work was the disanisiiiil - tent ovor the tenor of the cuttle udvlcos. It was nlli-ilu.l.-d that l.lverisiot would allow svmiiatliv vitli tlie firmer tone Infused here at the close laat veiling. In. t the result did not indorse this i nleii- iitioti, ami th.vscwho hud bought for iui advance at once i-oiiiuif need to unload ; and this weight bc- ug added to by some pressure from the 'bears,' a iiiiusageoj value along uie enure line lolloueo, veil the current mouth giving way to unite an ex- lent. The Inisluess was nuniii cniittucd largely to he ii.Iliistinelit Ol cxislimr eueaci incuts, and verv t'air transHi.-tious have Uikeu place, tending to lii- reasi' the niiln! -r of outstanding accounts. The iioyeincnrl of supi.li.a at the interior and the isirls uis continued full, and the weather reis.its iven- more favoraldc, adding aomewhut to the depress- i.H ii.ii.ieuvea ufajn iiees. YeateroKV. Day Ilelorc. jr-unary 1 8 nasi oruinary Low middling Middling irood middling w IN Am', ioi l.lll auK a)U Stains and off colon Market linn Sal.a llk'aj halea, KaiO to exporters, 550 to spinners nl um to siM-.-iUalni-s. Wees s sale- I'.NS), melud ing 8.100 bi exporters, 4000 lo spinners and 750 lo to siai'lilalors. .MEMPHIS I'lllTO.N STATEMENT. stock, September 1, 1880 Received ui-day MM . 2.041 1.V..4S5 iu.i-eive.1 previously 158,42 Shipped today shipped previously 2. 99,884 11.1.81:1 102.080 stock. runnlrnTccouut IMPORTS. riius far this week Thus far hut week since September 1st Memphis Charleston U. U 22.92i" . 22.811'. 158529 647 Mississippi and Tennessee K. R.. SOB 152 461 I.: n:; 150 oolUSVllle .V. MlsllMlH Ureal Southern R.1!. Memphis .t I.lttle R. k K. a tulueuh Memphis K R. ieauieni Wagons and other sources Total. EXPORT'S. Puis far tlds week. 1'lius far last week . 11,552 . 16,445 . J02.0MI since September 1st.. Memphlssnd Charleston R. R 71 784 55a 46 112 M issi.Mppt and I.iiness.-e nuiroad Ij ii-vilU.k Nashville Ureal Souihoru R. It. Steamers north Steainen miuth Total s.. 2,196 I BY TlXmRAril.l The following are the latest leu-crams of the do mestic markets aa resarted yesterday to the cotton xenange: Latest Telegrams ; State cat, Price Middling. Ree'ts. lialveston Steady. Firm. Firm. Firm, string. Firm. Stead). Finn. Firm. Firm. Sew Orleiua. Mobile 18,60. S, 407 4,910 ::.ss., KM li.lS.s 9741 MM 880 Savannah 10 10 9-16 1 10S 11 an I'liarlcstoia Wilmington. . Norfolk Baltimore New York Boston The following are the New York spot quotation! for yet. ,lav : t irdtnary, 8c: good ordinarv, '.i5 .e : low middling. 10 9 16c; middling. 11c: good uiid- lllng. 11V . middling lair. 12' At 10:25. inn. I and lirm; at 12:20, quiet and linn;at 8:46, quiet i ui tlnn : at ,1:10, .itileiand tlrni. Sales, '.sr,' Ud.s. C.mlnteui. 50110 lallcs. Stock, 97.924 Iwlli The tone i. f the future market was aa follows: A' the opening, steady; 11:25, steady; 12:15. barely steady; 1 :30. tlnn and sleadv: 2:30. stea.lv : 3:15, irregular aud barely steady. Sale. 173.U0S bale. liio following shows the closing quotations of futures in the New York market yesterday : Mouths. Yesterday. Day Before. January 11.06011.07 Febniary 11.2001121 March 011. :t7 April 11.4801150 May 11.50011.61 Juno 11.70011.72 July . 11.83411.85 August 11.93011 .94 Nov. iuli.-r if? 10.91(11 in ' ii-viiiUt lO.'.HtalOW The following Is I he New York comparative i-ol-Ion atalcinenl : Ncl wi-ck r.--lpls at all United States ports aaaVJM same Week last year 22l',!. Total ns-. iiits at all U. S. airls to dale 2.103.IU) Same date last year l.sjl.ono Kxs.rt.s from all U. S. airts for tao week.. 114.000 Same week last year 12900fj Total cximrta from all V. S. porta to dale. .1,088,000 Sauie date last year 982.UUI si..,-', at all l ulled Stales ports W,(M Same time last year BOU.IKJO Stork at all interior towns 135.000 Vine litae last year 114,000 stiK-k at Liverpool 443,000 Same time last year 185,000 took of American afloat for Ureal Britain 217.000 Same time last year 377.0UO The New Orleans market closed Mead at He for middling. Sales, 7000 bales; receipts, 'Jrtsl bales. Kbiek, 211 .159 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported OOtataa arm. Sales, 12,000 latles, of which 9950 were American; receipt, fttbl bales, of which all were American. Middling uplal Js, 6 7 16d ; Or leans, 6 It 16d. The Liverpool telegrams reported fuliirea quiet er; November, November lieccinbcr, 613-32; IV-is-mla-r January, January-February, i. 1 : .:jd ; Februar) March. 6 13-S2i6 7-1606 15 32.1; Maieli April. 6 7 1606'-,; April May, 6 17-32. Mav-Jlllie. ii-Ha4. Al l.ao: Futureaqulet. At 3 30: Manehes ler, yarns and fabrica were quiet and U-nily. I Hi: Fcl.ruary-Mun-h, 6 7-10d; March Aaril, 6 I.v:t2l. Al 5:15: Fulurea closed barely sleadv. sales for the week, 69 iio bales; American. 57.000 taalea; speculator bsik :t7uo l.a'.e.; exporters, . rfm l-al.-s; lorwardinl fnim ships' side direct to spinners, I ..isal laalea ; arlual exart. I'.'ak) !!- lo tal recali.l. 97.000 bales; American, 79.000 balea to la I slock, 412. Ouu lalles: American, 3U..U00 bain, amount afloat, 2"i..j bales; American 217 ouo balca. The movumeitts at the ports were reported as fol l K Thi We. Laat I Thia w. )' k. I Laat Yr IT. "..1. 191 "219, sii'. : ,.iaw 7s 2I.JU0 .'12,109 774.1201 I'OO.UUf. Recelpta for 7 .lays ... Exp'aloOrval BriUlti. Kzp's lo Continent. . Stock on hand -. 59, Ms. 881, -237! Total receipts at all United States porta J 1U3,479 bales ; "aame dale 1879, 1 ,9w;.4u:i ; same dale 1878, l,lM8,r7(i. Increase of rw-eipla al Uultaal Slat a ports this yeai. 200,070 hales. Total foreign export. I .nr. Ii7 bale ; last rear I .nl J l . ; tear betorv, 743..M3. loiai sum s at all rnited Sut.-s oorta. N.i "::7 -"-'-' ; i-" WJ.mi,. year before. a.34i. 'IM IUI. TRADE. Tlv; weather waa cold and KliHiuiy venter . at"1 ' Ux rewaluwl cuvcrvvl wilh anow. 011.117 ...!11.36 011.49 11.61011.62 ll.72ra)ll.73 ii 79fn.8i 11.85011.88 10.9..I.I1H.9; 10 H. -sl'1.17 There were no arrivals of merchandise of conse quence, and the feed and produce markets had lit tle to report. The news that ice was floating on the river at St. Louis, and that the underwriters re fused, in consequence. b insure, thus suspending navigation, gave an upyvard turn to grain and pro duce generiillv. Little corn was offering on the li-ndln?. and It was held at 58c. Bran Isscarce.and i.kiug sharply upward Commeal remains scarce, and again shows advancing tendencies. Eggs made another upward jump: they were scarce, and there was talk that they will reach 30c, in which case eggs, like the gospel, will Ik-extensively "dis rusoa with.'' Chickens were still dull, and tur keys ahumlant. Quotations below are for round lots at the landing aud at the railroad depots, and include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to the lime of ar rival. Jobbing and store sales are at higher rat.-s, as they Include drayage, storage aud profit of the dealer. FKKD Cnrn aalesof 100 sacks at 58c; in itore, 58ia6oe. Oats laat sales at 40c : in store, 44a Iftc. Bran In store, 90c perewt. Hay Medium. Si 7(a) is; tiaaothv, tlMJ): In store, tl 051 10. V El (ETABLES- Potables. In store, II 9092 25. Sweet potatoes $1 50 a barrel. Onions In store t 5nia "i 75 a barrel. Tnniips, SI Ml Z per barrel. Cahbages, (s-i per hundred, and crates $2 501.",, according lo size; no btrgu olluring. Cehiry, iu c 5oc oer bunch. FLOUR Flour treble extra. $5; family, 85 50, choice, $5 50A5 75 ; fancy. SC'AO 25 ill store, CORN'MKAIy S2 50 offered and reloaed; from store. S2 55M2 60. FRUITS AND BERRIES Apples in ft :e Si 7:. 83 75 a barrel. Oranges Louisiana. C4: .si per brl. Lemons, $4 50c'i oer box. Cranls i-i in barrels, t89 50, as bi quality; half barn Is, $5. NUTS. Peanuts red, 5c; Virginia, 6..:.- per pound. Brazil niils, 9(al0c per pound. I iiia-rta, l:k: per pound. WaJnuts, lVa)1uc per pound. Cv coannts.Sl .cl 50 per 100. Chestnuts, ti 50 a bustaaL Pecans KaiiK- for Arkansas: Texas. IHjlc EGU8AND JiUTTER Kl;g lllgh,-r. 26iui27 Hut ter common. 12!il5c: medium. 18020c; choice western, 2xi.a25c; fancy dairy, 28030c; creamery, 31'-. Oleomargarine, 21022c. CHEESE -I 'a. -lory at 12' all's- per ponnd; cream, 16c; Vouug America, 16017c. POULTRY -i hl. keiis dull at 12 500".; you-sg, S) io.j dress, d, 82 5001. Dueks.2 :mt.:. Ueese, 81(41 .Ji. Turkeys, 87012; dreaRol, 12c. HOO PRODUCTS -Bulk meats, packed -cl. ir side, sic; clear rib, 8c: shoulders, 5e. Mess pork, 815. Bacon, packed clear aide, none; clear rib, se: shoulders, 5c. Hams sugar cured, !u0:u. Break'HMt !soii, : Lard lieree,!rj408--c; pails. 20 lb., 909c; 10 lb. 9(ai0c; kegt. tie. Jobbing rales. 10015 per cent, above these quotations, which are for large quantities. FRESH MEATS. Fore quarters beef, 203c; hind -quarters, 40c. Hogs, hy the carcass, 60 7cpirtt,; e.ninlry dressed, Ik'. Sheep, 4(it6c . OYSTERS per dozen cans, SI and 85. OAME. Venizon by the carcass, 405c a pound ; saddles. 8010c. Squirrels, 1 25 a dozen. Mallard duck. 50. Quails, 81 25. MLSi.'KI.I.ANEOlIS -Hominy. 8-1 600! 65 a bar rel; grila, 83(003 6'. a barrel. Cider Missouri, is aOca'J a barreL White beans medium. 81 9o0 2; Dried apples, 4c p.-r pound: evaporated, 9c. Dried s?aches, 5c icr pouud. Apple butter. 70 Sc a pound. Mince meat. S'diK- js-r nind. Nails, itirs. Kraut, 88 a barrel, 81 .'si naif-barrel. aROCERIIk!. Coffee, l.vui:u- for oniinary, 1401V for fair, lc; .ti:- for choice. Suaar :ly.ub.iuna oia-ii keltic. lfifH; yellow eluritiisl, 80Jc ; ofl' while, "cf 'J' ; snow w hite, 9y.i'..e: cut loaf, Uc: granulated and pow-ilen-d, ll!aC; Molasses. 4:'0l5c : prime. 4isiJ-17c. Iv.. iiperiil. 550NX:. race Louisiana, 606 c; t arollna. raajje. Salt icr car-load, 81.55; from sunt. 81 no per barrel ; coarse, per sack, 81 3501 40: flue. 65. BAUUINO AND TIES. Ragging flax, lO011c lute, 1 to 2 lbs, lr012c: mixed, 1101 IV. Ties standard makes, 82 2b! pit-cod and outside bran.h,. 81 75. Twine. 17c tar lb. I'.KIl KH Hani, tlu; soft, 89 a thousand; fire l.ri i:, si .i.a". a hundred. Uaji A SO CEMENT. Unw, 80c a barrel: Loiiiaville e. .m id. SI 65abarrel; Roseclale cement. 81 75 a barrel: Portland. 85. HIDES AND LEATHER. ETC. Oak sole, 370 40c; Hemlock, 27030c j-er lb.; harness, :H'10c; aklrtlug;, 8012e; French calf, 8406S60 per dozen; domestic calf, 830045 per dozen. Hides dry Hint, No. 1, 18c; No. 2. 15c; dry sail, 14c; green, 607c: green salt, 9c Sheepskins, 5oc0fl 50. Tallow, f. 0.1c Beeswax, 20c. WOOL. Tubwashe l, 35040c; unwashed, 22026c; burry, 15020c laTV TELF.GRAFH.1 NEW YORK, November 19. Flonr qniel; super tine western and State, S3 SO0I 10. ;:... a bti'.. bctler; ungrailcd rial, 81 U. Coffee dull ; Rio, car guCj, quou-d at U0J4c; job lota, lf015c. SVspir q-iii-t. but rliin: fair to good refining, 70 7i.. MobLsacs Ibrelu dull; new crop. New Or leans, active ami lirrner; fair to choice. 460V5; centrifugal. New Orleana, quoted 30040c. Rice steady. Pork steady; mess, spot, 814 .sji.tds 75. Lard weak, prime steam, 8.uc. lad' JSY!l.l.E.Noveuiberl9. Flour sUavly ; extra, 8.1 2". .?. 50; extra family, 8401 50; higher grades, 81 7 'iu5; choice fancy, 85 7-".0i, 25. Whea?t steady w ilh a good demand, 98C08L Coru hrm; No. 2 white, 46c; No. 2 mixed, 15c. Oats steadyaiid lirm ; No. 2 while. 36c; No. 2 mixed. Xa-. Rye ftnner: No. 190093c. Hay steady and firm. 815018. Pork dull, fit so. Uird prime steam, nominal. Bulk meats quiet: clear rib, 7e; clear sides. 7.85c. Ik., eon -.endv ; clear rib. 5c; clear, Sc. Sugar-cur. d hams. 10c. Whisky linn, 81 10. CINCINNATI, November 19. Flour strong; fam ily, 85U505 8O; fancy, 85 7008 25. Wheal strong and higher: No. 2 amber, 81 08; No. 2 red winter, 81 ou01 10. Com scarce aud firm: No. 2 mixed. 5:e; IKicember. 60c; new shelled, 48c. Oats strong and higher: No. 2 mixed, 34035c. Rye in fair demand; No. 2, O609JC. Barley active, lirm and higher; No. 2 full. 81. Pork steady, 813. Lard stronger, bc. Bulk meats quiet but steady; shoulders, 4c; clear rib, 7c. Bacon in fair de mand;clear lib, 7.80c;clear 8.20c. Whisky active, firm and higher, f 1 10. ST. LOUIS, Noveinoer 19. Flour better on higher grades: family 84 8705: choice 85 0505 25; fancy 5 65. Wheal higher, closed weak; No. 2 red, 81 u.7; .ml u.. cash, 81 Oir01 0701 W, Decern I..-- 81 " . -41 Oi'01 09 January, 81 11 i-a 1 12(I II February; No. 3 red, SI 0301 03-; No. 4 red, '.si'c. hid. Corn higher and steady; 4uc cash and November, 430I.TTjc Deieinber, 43V,(j 4'fc January, s'-J,43-',e February, 460S6.r,e May. Oats higher; ;;2(.$32c cosh, 32c bid No vember, :ic Di-eember. Rye Arm, fese. Whisky su-ady, 81 11. Pork higher, 813 75 asked cash, 813 N) hid November, 81! 6U01S 70 January. Lard active and higher. Sc. Dry salt meats llnner; L40H .ji-,i;.w-i.i..:i-a.t7.i.-.-7.1ia'. Uaixm nominal. i II ICAiid, Noveuilier 19. Flour in good demand at full prii-es Wheal active, linn and higher: No. 2 red winter, SI 07; No. 2 Chicago spring, 81 07(j 1 07t:-4i: l 07 November, 81 O701 08 Decem ber, SI 09 January. Corn active, lirm and higher; 4'r042c cash, and December, 43J;e January, May. Oats active, linn and higher; 33a 32li cash, 33u November, 32c December, 32c bid January, 37o hid May. Rye liriucr, H5c. Bar leydemand good and tendency upward, 8T 04. Pork demand fair and prices higher; 813013 50 tush, 812 45012 50 November, S12 W&VZ 5U Decem ber. $13 82-i018 85 January. Lard airly active and a shade higher; 8.20c cash, and December, s.220 s.2, Jiinuacy. Hulk meats fairly active and a shade higher; shoulders, 4.60c: short rib, 7.10c: short clear, 7.30c. Whisky steady, $1 11. NEW ORLEANS, November 19. Flour demand fair and market linn ; superfine, 83 '2503 75; double extra, 815004 75; treble extra, 8505 25; higher grades, 85 4006 25. Corn steady with a fair de mand, 63061c. Oats scarce and lirm, 44015c. Ceruiueal dull, 82 40, Hay quiet; prime, 832; choice. f!2 61. Pork quiet but firm, 814. Lard s.-urce ami flrm; tierce, 809; je; keg, 9c, Bulk meats steady; shoulders, packed, 5S4C; clear rib, 7e-; clear sides. 8c. Bacon dull, shoulders, rrc; clear rib, 8c: clear, Sc. Sugar-cured ham. demand fair and market finu. Cauvawd hams, 901Oc. Whisky steady; west ern rectified, $1 0501 10. Coffee stead)' , with a fair demand; Bio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 11 all",'-. Sugar active, riim and higher on account of the freeze an the sugar district: common to good, 405c; fair to fully fair, 5-'61!ic; prime to ehoiee, lx7x yellow clarifleif; 707tc. Mo lasses weak ; common, :!O03fic; centrifugal, 20010c: fair, 3703N-; prime to choice, 38045c: fancy, 460 47c, Rice in good demand; Louisiana ordinary to prune, 46c. DRY WOODS. BY TELBORAPH.l NKV YORK, November 19. Cotton guilds iu fair demand and prices remain firm, but the gen eral market is steady. Prints arc quiet and steady. Dundee prints have advanced e. Uiughams are lu light supply, ami standard staples and fancies are advanced bi 10c. Men's wear woolen goods in In operate latiaaml und steady. Foreign giaids are quiet. I A IIARD. To all who are snffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe thai will euro yon, FREE OF CHARUE. This great n in. sly was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope bi the Rev. Josetii T. In man. Station D.. New York Cit) DKAW1NU. Tltti w t!u iy h'ttrri ever votl on and imloityi by the people of iuy State, m riUM:ii: 1 1. 1 attratiox: OVER HALF A MtLMON DISTKIUUTEP. Louisiana Stato Lottery Company This Institution was regularly lncorporuted by the ..Mature of the State, for E'lurntional ami Charitable purport.', la isw, for tb4 term of Tv iit.v-Uv V 1'iirn, to wiiirh contract the in viulahitt faith of tlie State Is ptodLgpttL which pledge ha been renewed by an overwhelrainijr popular vote, veeurins its franchise in tlie uew constitution nflopted Deectnber ' A. 1. lgTU. with a capital of l.OOO.oon.to which it liaavineeaddoda re-wrre fund ! over f.wi,,Mi. Um Urniidl Single N limber OrnwInirM will lake place monthly. It 3f ever H nleN or 1'oaf poiit s. Ixm1c at the following distribution: GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT, during which will take place the limit ttBANl) MONTHLY AND THR Extraordinary Semi Annual Drawing, At Kw Orleans. Tuewlny, Dar. 14, i-.su, I'mler the personal supervision and nianogc- ment of OMafii T. iU'AI AIM), of Louisiana, and OaBaaTDBAX A. EARLY, or Va. CAPITAL PRIZE, $100,000. a.;-Kollce TleUels are Ten llo I In rs only. lllllx-s. -so. I III lis. J. 1 I Hills, . 1. LIST OF PRIZK3. 1 canilal Prize ..f.. 8100,01)0... ..... 50,om... 20,000... . . .. 10,000... . 6,000... 1 nut... un... :ioo... 200... 10.. 10... .S100.0IIO .. 50,1100 .. 20.000 .. 20.110(1 .. 20.0110 .. 20.1101) .. -'."..KM .. mi.ooo .. 40,888 ri,ii0 .. 100,000 1 llrand lMae of 1 tlraud True of 2 Large Hrircs of i l.-ir.e l'rkea of ao Hrizi-a of.. ;i Prizes ot - 100 Priles of 300 Prizes Of 6U0 Prizes of lu.uoo Prises of A PPRIl 1 M AT ION PHIZES. UD Approximation Prizes of 1200 820,000 loo Appmxiniatioii Prises of 100 10,000 1U0 Approximation Prize of 75 7,j00 11,279 Prizes, amounting to. ..$.',22,500 Gen. G. T. BEAUREG ARD, of Iji. Gull. JU1IAL A. EARLY, Ol Ya. ' Commissioners Application fur rates to dubs should only l ma.le 1. 1 the oila-eof the Cotntnuiv iu New Orleans. rite for circulars or send orders to M. A. om 1111 N. Xew Orleans. !,.. or same per son, at No. lit) iiroadttiM . Sew Tork, or lo I). L. GiLi.i-iria, No. 0 West Court street, Mem phis, Tennessee. COTTOX Bl'TEK, AMD CHAMPION GINS and HULLERS FOR SALE BY GE0.H.LATHAM (Sucoesaor to E Hobart A Co.) TOTTOIV BUYER, Room 30, 304 Front Street, REPRESENTS BARRY, THAYER & CO (Bu. creators lo THAYER, BRIGUAM A 00.) IIOM ON, a ASS. I.ib4rl 4'ash Ad vuncea made t on Hiifuiuenla lo Inein, or t orrpapondeuta luLltrrpuvl. RIVER REPORT Ki t I K AND WEATHER. The following official table gives particu lars concerning tlie condition of rivers and weath er at all important points i Official HionalSksvici U. S. A. I Max nun, November 19, 1880. ) Above low Changes. water. BTiTIO.NS. Rise I Fall Feet. iuches. .inches, jinches. Cairo Cincinnati Davenport ... . Dubuqne Helena Keokuk Leavenworth. . t Little Rock.... Louisville yj e 111 plus Nashville tNew Orleans. . Pittsburg ISlireveport ... St. Louis Vicksburg IS 18 1 X 5 1 0 10 I n 9 8 8 I 10 II 4 8 6 tBcnch mark, low water 187V. IBelow hinti yvater of 1S71. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. 7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. :. to :u.l'j 30.10 IS 29 32 E. K. E. s. K. Clitu.ly. Cloudy. Fair. Maximum thermometer. S3. Miiiimuiu thermometer. 16. BY TELEGRAPH. War Dar'T.H. Aa.sir. BionalSkrvics, U. FitiDAY, Noveml)erl9. 1880, 10 08 p.m. Place of Wind. Itur. Ther Weath Observation. Chatlaiuioga. Galveston fndianola Louisville Memphis Nashville.. . New Orleans.. Shreveport... V'icksburg Little Rck. . . JBir. JJFiirce S. Fresh. jCalnu er. MM MM sbVfti 110.12 30.071 30.10 in 30.091 30.98 Clear. Cloudy E. W. W. W. Light. Gentle. Gentle. !Gentle. Light. Cloudy Clear. Cloudy Mnioky 8. i i ear. Clear. Hear. N.W. : Light. a.E. Light. NASHVILLE. November 19.-River falling, with t feet on the shoals. SHREVEPOKT, November 19. River falling. Weather partly cloudy and coHL WHEELING. November 19. River .'. feet 1 inch, and falling. Weather cloudy and cold. VICKSBURG.NovemberlO. River risen 7 inches, now stand 15 feet 8 inches by the gauge. Weather clear; thermometer I I . Up: Will Kyle, 2 p.m. PITTSBURG, November 19 Noon. River 2 feet 7 iuches, and falling. Weather clear aud cold. Night River 2 feet 7 inches, and stationary . Weather clear and cold. ST. I.oriS. November 19 Night -River fallen 8 Inches, yvith h feet :i inches by the gauge. Weather clear aud cold. Arrived: Centennial and John l.iliuore and barges. New Orleans. Heavy ice run ning, an. I more of it. KVAN.sVILLE, November 19 Noon. River 10 feel 1 inch, and falling. Weather modcmting. Night Ki vcrlO feet, and falling. Weather cloudy a-H clear. The striking coal-miners resume work to-morrow: there will be plenty of steamboat ciatl here Mouday. CINCINNATI, November HI Noon River 10 feet 8 inches, and falling. Weather clear and cold. Night River 10 foctniiichcs, and falling. Weather clear and cold. Departed : James W. Gaff, Memphis. At t a.m. the thermometer was lower than for ten years in November. NEW ORLEANS, November 19. Weather partly cloudy and s,l; thermometer -17. Arrived: Future City and barges and W. P. Hallidav. St. Louis; Henry Frank, Memphis; Mollie Moore, St. I...uis. No departures. Heavy frost thia morn ing: thin ice formed at all points north through the .State. LOUISVILLE, November 19 Noon River fall ing, with 6 feet 4 inches in the canal aud I feet I incites in the chute on the falls. Weather cold and cold. Heavy fog last night: all packets ovenlue. Night River fulling, with u feet 4 inches in the canal and 1 feet 4 inches in the chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather cloudy and cold. Vint Shinkle is overdue. CAIRO, November 19 Noon. -.Weather cloudy and cold. Arrived: Colorado, St. Louis, 8 p.m.: City of Alum, New Orleans, 8 p.m. ; Keillor, New Mean, s p.m. ; James V. Parker, Cincinnati, 12 in. Night River 1:: feet s inches, and falling. Weather cloudy : thermometer a '. Arrived: Beaver, Mem- f his. Departed : Kehlor, St. Louis, :ip.m. ; James i. Parker, Memphis, 4 p.m. ; Beaver, St. Louis, S p.m. MOVEHEXTN o.N THE LET EE. Arrintl Guiding Star, St. Louis; Common wcalth, St. lamia; Osceola liellc, Osceola; James Lee, Kri,.rs Point; Rene Macn-adv, St. l'rnneis river, Hard Cash, White river; City of Helena, Vlekatranr: Charles P. Chouteau, New Orleans. Departure Guiding Suir. New Olleaus; Com luumveilth. Yiek.sburg: James Lee, Friars Poiut; Osceola Belle, Osceola; City of Helena, St. I.e. uis. Jn l'ort Charles P. Chouteau, Hard Cash, Coa homa, Maumelle, Katie Hiajpcr, Rene Macrcadv, W.J. Poitcvcnt, Geo. W. Cheek. fl'w.. Hue Don n : New M.irv Houston. Colorado, James Ii. Parker, John A. Scndder. Up: Silver thorn, John T. Moore, Annie P. Silvor, BOATS LEAVING THIS HAT. IlELKKA-rJSilvcrthorn, George M ilono m ister, .' p.m. HELENA John T. Moore, W. J. Ashfonl master, 5 p.m. St. Lot-is Colorado, Sam McPheeteers master, ,r. p.m. White Rivek Hard Cash 5 p.m. Eil. C. Postal muster. ST. FllANCISRlVER- mastcr, 5 p.m. -Reue Macready, O. K. Joplln New Orleans. John A. ;seuddcr, A. J, Carter, master, 5 p.m. Arkansas River Katie Hooiwr, Ed Nowland, master, 5 p.m. New Orleans Chas. P.Chontean.Williani Thor weigan master, G p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. City of Helena HI bales cotton, 22 bags seed-cotton. Charles P. Chouteau a: bales cotton, II hhds sugar, :t hh.ls cocoannts, 11 pkgs mdse. Osceola Belli- GO bales cotton, 13 bugs seed-cotton, 270 sucks cntt. m -seed. 83pkjn mdse. James Lee bales cotton. 5 bags seed-cotton, 97 sacks cotton-seed. 3 head stock, lot mdae. Commonwealth I bale cotton, 200 brls meal, 10 brls onions, 20 tubs butter, ') pkgs mdse, Reue Macready 1SI bales cotton, 26 bag seed cotton, 1476 sacks cotton-seed, 7 pkga mdse. Hard Cash Brought out of White river 764 bales cotton, d'sl sacks eottoii-sccd, 7 bales hides, H hides, 19 pkgs sundries. EOCAE PORT NO I I S The ice-king still rules the weather in this vicin ity. Business, in spite of the weather, was gisal yes terday. There was only a slight thaw on the levee ye-ter-daTafternoon. The stage of the river lasl night was 10.11, a full of 6 inches in twenty-four hours. Receipts by river yesterday; lOf.l Ivales cotton, 08 lings seed-cotton and 2:aisks i-otton-seed. The W. J. Poitevent. Captain Neil Booker, is the licket Monday evening for Ilutchie river. The Marcus Collins, Captain John Harbin, has gone to the sunk lands, in upper St. Francis river. The Commonwealth passed down for Vicksburg yesterday yvith a good trip, after adding SO tons of freight here. The New Mary Houston, Captain Chas. Miller, is due down, bound for New Orleans. Elliott Miller in the office. The Henry Frank passed Vicksburg with 771t'. bl,js of cotton, 33-si sacks of seed, 400 sacks of oil cake and 170 b irrcls of oil. The John A. Scudder, Captain A. J. Carter, is the Anchor line icket this evening at 5 o'clock for New Orleans, i .eorge Baker is her clerk. The Colorado, Captain Sam McPhecters, is the Anchor-Hue packet this evening at 5 o'clock for .iro una i. iuus. oweu i. Cntcs is lier clerk. The liene Macrcadv. Cnntain O. K. Jm.liii is the packet this evening ut 5 o'clock for all point on St Francis river. A. L. Banning is her attentive clerk. The Silverthorn, Captain George Malonc. is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena and all War landings. Ed CroWeH and Charles Leftwlch are her clerks. The John T. Moore. Captain Wm. J. Ashford, is the packet this eveiiing at " O'docJr for Helena and all w ay landings. Wash Floyd and Joseph Car penter are her clerks. The Katie Hooper, Captain Ed. Noyvlaud, is the packet thia evening at 8 o'clock for all points on Arkansas river. Jimmy Thomioii and Joseph Dukes are her clerks. The Guiding Slar, from St. Louis, passed doyvn for New Orleans early yesterday- morning with a big trip. She added here 142 bales cotton, 300 cmply barrcls and a lot of sundries. Captain R W. Lightburno, her agent, has re ceived a telegram from the James D. Parker, Cap tain Charles 11. Russell, that she will be3pierc In tiiu.fio leave Mondav, at 12 m. The Hard Cash, Captain Ed. C. P.islal, is the packet this evening at r, o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Jiicksoiiiairt. Chas. M. Postal presides in her office. The great iron steamer. Charles P. Chouteau, Captain William Thorweigan, now in port, will leave this evening at ft o'clock for New- Orleans and all intermediate landings. George Milteuberger is her clerk, assisted by Peter Wirtz. The motion made yesterday in the United Slates district court, in the libel case of Chnrlcs Scott is. the steamer Charles Rebstock, to sell the bout, was continued over for further hearing to next Satur day, the twenty-seventh instant. PERSONAL. Captain J. 1). Randall, of the St. Francis river Hue. arrived in town yesterday. Captain IV. B. Walker, a well known steamlioat man. late commander of the Golden Crown, is fill ing the position of inspector of the government work being done at Grand Chain, on the lower Ohio. TOWBOAT8 A N 1 BAREN. The Grand Lake was still in port late yesterday evening working oa her ladlers. The John Dippold and barges, from St. Louis bound for New Orleans, passed down yesterday evening. LEE LINE STEAMERS. For 44ienlale, II. -Icon an. I I'rlars Point. James jLec, Stack Lee, master Whitlow, clerk W 111 leave as above oa every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. Otlice. No. 2 Madison street. BOOTN AX1) SHOLS. 221 MAIN ST, 221 I N lint nlllMMAM HOI si:. PRIVATE ( HIM.1,(H!. OK. RSCE, SI Court Piacfj, LOUiSViLLH. KV, 'fuin. M't-aU-J aaJ Irfias: m l lavN-a-flll. Li- . a t Ctit ull tovn. CHRONIC .ind -.1' ,-r..e. : of PRI ATE &va1 -us Sycrim .ton Loa tht.ry(; ' if-lu la Uil lllLpotfllC) uaiit, scca.i aamNi m aa ut-T tT ..- Lr ut i'l.: iM-.uf i anct? ' .. - iM,ai-r. s-..m .Ktnt- par ' 4 fsftU t' a Ma). D'Wt'J-a ut fi4W, O.lTi.lVP - jf naiU-ej,, rtajaial "a r', Ae iiJleSw.,. ssWt tufa--r. .. Ua4,I.ili jf brl l" fa, Ttafcfcfwy W -mpCs -Ol-aH"!" l'a'l . aVtSi lsKll". II.. (. -Jll PHIL. IS - GLEET, SIT, tr. aiUm, t r kii,,. IVa ntvl tiaUusr prlvH-- &j nihtm QMM ktt AolW. l Uwi'- y Ma ul Ut a aie.Uu tt .. iptt a atiratlm a , ' : a . 1 - - . J . i i :,...'. j .'ii.ll 88'. Uf, ai yjulrr-a ,r--mi tval lh. 8Wi&a a iaL.' V.t uHa w -au8Bria4 js-rwai L Lay Crr. h- O It l twnavy .l-l '. lUltia-M-iii for trtkim- tit. aitL-iin-w i t. W rat .rivaul '. s af(J ij iu i) I vr i i pn i U'aW . Cure QnAraniocd in all Ctuta? aiulfrtnlti n. I ,18'i.ila'i ui wTk,BMii t l uf l ;i-t Inrtlrat. .'-a-fr" .- -.H.aVt "f all t (Sarl,NTa"iaB "strt," f iXiUtilaOUtJ PRIVA. COUNSELOR 0 aOu tm, a-rnt ta a avddr-i, tHvarvly inal, t iV UV) caiv Slioul.i W real br all. jaddrru auiv V i. . K TYPE FUI .DKY. FHANKLIN TYPE POUNOHY, 16 rtn Ml, IHariaasK, Ohio. ALLISON, SMITH k JOHNSON. The type on which una paper la prlutaxl 1. from I task akiuai LVii.i.li, a. a . . . , . LIVER PILLS. 45 Tears Before the Public. THE GENUINE Dr. C. McLANE'S LITER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy "forallthe 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 belter cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are unequaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box lias a red-wax seal on Ihe lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLank and Fleming Bros. BSF" Insist upon having the genuine T)r. C. McLAN E'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING DUOS., Pittsbiirjrli, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name JklcLuilfi, spelled differently but same pronunciation. An agreeable substi tute for pills and dras tic cathartics. FOR THE CURE OF CONSTIPATION AND ALL DISORDERS ARISING FROM AN OB STRUCTED STATE OF THE SYSTEM. One Lozenge is the usual dose, to be taken at bed-time ; dissolve slowly in the mouth, or eat like fruit or a confection. Physicians and iJie Faculty prescribe aqd indorse ii. TROPIC-FItUIT LAXATIVE is put up iu bronzed tin boxes only. Avoid imi tation. Ask your druggist for Descrip tive Pamphlet, or addresn tlie proprietor, J. E. Hetiierington, 36 Park Place, New York. now 10 ovaa Consumption, Coughs COLDS, ASTHMA, C'ROl'P, All His. asi-s of tne Throat, I.uncs and l'nlnoaary OrjjitiiN, USE ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS A T TE1g,5g T TT 1-1 A Tig AVT NTEAMKOATN. Notice to Shippers. OWING to the suspension of nnT- s ft..,, ... Will-, I1U ll.-.lll-l, , anil li. ! 1 .. . nul ..... s f ...... .1. ; 1 . . . . burg, except for Greenville, Arkansas City ami Viclisl.urjr. Due notice- will be Riven when freight can Ihi received, AO BTOJUI. 8npH. Special Notico. Memi'His, Tksn., Nuvember 1C, IS.S0. TjROM tbis date, until further no- m jrIPai J? t ice, the boats of the M""p''i-i; -iLi "1 aml ITne Bluff O. S. Mail Line will iiiiv.-lyiF-ccivc no freight al(er 5 o'clock p.m. JOHN N. HARBIN. Stip't. FOB WHITE RIVER. Htr. Hani VbmU Will arrive FRIDAT iiinruliic nml leave NATirRDAT, ci.ibcr -jotb, at 5 p.m. For freitrlit or pswiatF apply to K. W. 1.14, M TBI KM:. No. 7 M onroe Street. FOR UA1KO AND ST. LOUIS. St. Louis and Vieksbniv An. I. or I, in, V. . Stall FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOHIS. fJoiorado, Mcfncetcrs niasti r. Mill leave the Anchor Lire wharfbont THIS DAY, Nov. 20th, nt 5p.m. For frviglit or prowiigc apply to All STORM. Snp't iui whnrfboat. FOB LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co For IiOiiltaville ami C'iuiiiuaU. The Eletrant I'lisaenger Steamer Jas. I. Iarker, j Chas. I!. Rufsell.. master Robert M'Coy clerk Leaves MONDAY, Nov. 22il, at 12 uu For freight or assugc apply to R. V. l.IGHTBl'RNE, General Frviclit ami Ticket Agent, No. 7 Miinne street. Meniphi. FOR HATCH IE K1VEK. MenifivbiM and Bolivar Packet The oUguut W. J. loitev3nt. rjga Bflfl Booker nuisi. r IjeaviHlSis bovo MONDAY, Nov. 221, at fi p.m., for llolivar aud iiiteruu-iiiat? iroinb. FOK NEW ORLEANS. Reicular M cm ph is .1 Kew Orleans Parkcl ior me season tor vicksbirg, Natchez, New Or 1. uns ami Wav Landings Steamer C'. P. Chouteau. z V. II. Thorweignn. master Geo. M i 1 tenoenici-rcIT Leaves as above THIS DAY. Nov. iSrtli. at 5 p.m. nir irciiiiu ur pass.ig.- i:-.v ,t J. T. WASHINGTON, Ag't, b Madison street. Jit. I ... 1 1 is aud Siew Orleans Anrhor I.ino For Vicksburst, Natchez ami New Orleans Steamer I oh ii A. Ncutlrier A. J. Carter, master. Will leave the Anchor Line u !i ii-ii.,.,'i BITlia. DAY, Nov. JOth, al 5 p.m. Wat freight or passage apply to AD STORM, tup'toii wliarfbout. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis anil line Bluff IT. 8. Mail Line. For Hue Muff, Little Rock, ami through to Fort Smith. -Katie Itooper, r.,C": Ia?avesas alioveSATrRDAY, Nov. 20th, at 5 p.m. ror lreient or jmssaK'' appi-.-1. JOHN X. 1IARH1X. Snp t Q4'j Front st. FOR AVHITE RIVER Memphis & White River Packet Hini,ar. IndrnriMleiit Neinnhh and iiiiiwrnnn rat-l-l r or A IgUHva, jactsolllMirl, Sen rev, and way points. The regnlar indepen dent Packet HARD CASH, ,r5--r. K. C. Postal, master I'.Posta' , ( 1 k . aBjrKv Will leave Mcmohis KVKHY WKliNKkln N and after Wednesday, Sept. 1st, at 5 p.m. Forircwht or (lassage apply to R. W. LIHIITBURNK, mi. Monroe M.. opp. lValio.ly Halsk FOR ARKANSAS CITY. For Arkansas 'lty and Pine liluu K. :;. Aoams i . . Mail ijuc i tcamoi For Helena, Friars 1'i.lnt. Arkansas fitv and Pi . I. Rill IT I.' H at. i.JAAN. .-nir iv. v.in'1-i. 111;. si. T ' A L. I .um mi n 111. ...il Ia?ave a alaive and all way landings every MIAN- wfti oou niuiwuAi, a p.m., conueclinx at Arkansas City every Tuesday with steamer tieo W. Cheek forUreeuville and Vicksbunr. J. 1 . m A : mil lll.M, ,;;cllt. .Madison St. FOR WITTSliURO. Meiupliis and St. Francis U.S. Mail Line. The elegant passe if-er sieamc-r i. J . i arveil masiti-r i Kiiniiiiue in i-onnertion with th. imi.tiiH H)wi Little Kot k Railroad, is now making regular trip.s betweeu MADISON AND WlTTtHBVRCi. Freight tent to Memphis and Little Roek Depot, ,'i.niiT fr'r.mt nnd iltiin jr... i. 1 1 ., , --..:. v. ' - - - i . ,- ii ii t tj ipn ri KV promplly from this dare. ocmccr ai. is.su. J. P. KAXHAU,, FOB ST. FRANCIS RIVER. tl cm ph I. and Nt. FranelM River V.H. Mail Line The new audclcgt nt iasm-nger steamer tene JfEaeready, rf?. O. K. Joplln. master Banning, cl'l.a894B n.1,1. i his EVERY TUESDAY" ami .T- V V tN N(iS' rM-a-. f"r Mariauna, the Cut-off and all in termed tale landings J. 3). RANDALL, s.ip't. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. " 'io, . I,, 1.1 !v K M cm pliis Mhiti and Black Km cr V. M. Mail Parkrl. ''nlian Bay, St. Charles. Clarendon, Devalls ia, re, ugusia , jacKsouport.West l'nint Bauer, BaU'sville, Powh ittau, aud rocahontas; ' - "luvn.a.niu an.-ajiiiiji JTosie Harrv. Will U, r..Tnnl,lo ITPH-C.l.nff , .. , OA I , r.HA 1 , al m., oonnecUng direct with :he new Black river Sl mail r,..,L-r UIIT 11 . t-uv .." . , . 5 SZZtZJHL. A;."?"".', u,.r niwoaitan. and and . , iV. . 1 ii-) im kt'is to n Mamlllii and l pper White river. Through rates to n ,,!, I. r rt mfu consigned to Mill Harrv Line. Mc'mi 1 is or Terrene. wlllXe promiitlv forwarU'si nl'" R. W. UGHfBUI&e, Agent. Tvn . FOR HELENA. law l.lnc Sleainersi-l'r" ',.. ; Helena -The elegit IZmJJLJ Coahoma, r--lTs C"v?T',M,l,on,; master J K.1. Crowcll 1 ,Ae?L SATI-rIIVy aTKY Tl'lisDAY, THSDAY d Div cL iittRl'?,rvP '.,1''f flixht or passage ap ply ci noaro, or No. 3 Manas' m street . JAMK8 LEE. Jr.. Srrrt Flrfin,p!i! "so""" !F -udlnr.-The new iron 1 'ai, iff Sttfuner JOHN T. MOORE, 1 V I . . ' Um , " 11 s.. i ...... I'lCTK. ill leave as above every TCESHAY Tlll'KS DAY and SATURDAY at 1u.ni. ' iuLtta For freight or passage apply on board. R. W. LlflHTBrRNK. Ag.-nt. 7 Monroe X FOR OSCEOLA. rtWM f -ft. Mail INarkot Foe kan- ' ".., unnn, uu way 1 Oeeola JBelle, Jr. . wM-e..iaauil way taiuliug. Cooper, master Wm. Smlthers. el'k IU leave Memphis every MONDAY. WEDNKS- ' rRl UA , at 5 p ra. Kr mf... mati.ni ;. Ily .hi laianl. or lo No m ahull ami atraet WHEAT Dealora roako Money with W. T. SOCLE C.. 130. I Halle Mireel, Chicago, III. n rile r.ir particular. LASaTliVE VAN BEIL'S ' RYE AND ROCK" IS THE ONLY GENUINE. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. ONE DOLLAR PER LARGE BOTTLE. Don't be deceived by imitations, but aaa only Vau Bell' 4S wklch is b IIKIGIKAI, nnrt the BENT. aaarTrade supplied by G. W. Jones t Co. and W. NrWilkerson & Co., at manufacturers' prices. ekoolfieU, Hanauer & Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 25G and 25H Front Street, Memphis. WEOFFKR TO MEBCHAN IS ONLT 10 CBS Ami CAN GOODS Special attention given to Consignments Cotton. M. H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Hrackots ami Scroll-work, Rongh and Dressed Lumber, Sliinirlcs. l.nt h, etc., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington Street, MEMPHIS. x TENNESSEE. R. 1.. M II It AN. V. A. t'Ot'HRAN. R. L, COCHRAN L CO. .11 M l' A I 'M Lumber, Lath and Shingles, Oooraj, ShmIi nml KHikIn, nntl all kiiuls ol I'.u I. inu l oves. Offiee and Yard, ror. Union and Third Saw and Planing Mills, 'ortli Kud Nary Td. SALESROOM CORNER OF UNION AND FRONT STREETS. Memphis, i : : ; z Teiiiietawee. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, in . MOSiKOK NT. STERNBERG fe LEE OrTer lo tbe Trade, tli Larg-eatt, Bent AsiMirted, and Vhcapmt Stock or Tla,HM9MtfAriles TUev aae Sole Aj?enLfor Vanily Fair ami Slcphanla ;iiiss Moul lipici c ris.-in-iic. tjravrls'H Double Sullor iiuot, anil Utelaraottl Old Oaken Bucket Tobacco. No. 313 MAIN STKEET, MEMPHIS, TENN. W. 1$. GalbreaUi. W. B. Galbreath & Co. COTTON FACTORS, No. 11 Union street, : Memnhis S. If. rooks, Neely & Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AXI COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 367 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn. J. II. M'AVITT, Lot.- or IX IV. ttoyer at t'o. J. H. M'DAVITT & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, SiO J'i'oiit M .. l'f . Attains and. JeflVrcioH, McniptaiH, Tenn. T IiltlK.lL aTACB ADK ON i osii.MII:m v h i: HIVK M l I III II THE acr-icesi of .1. M. JAM1CH, win. will give hi icrsonal attcnlion to the Handling ailtl Sale of Cotlou, and V. W. 3 AMES, who will devote hi attcnlion to the flroccry Department. Memnhia, Sept. 1, 1880 MEMPHIS FLORAL GOMP'NY T. -A.. H. B. HOWELL. H. B. Howell & Co GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, A'o. 2SS front Mtreet, Tlempbis. m&G&tAM RALPH WORJIULEY WILL SELL OUR COTTON."! A. C. TKKA DWELL. A. B. TREAJWELL. S. S. TREADWELL. A. C. & A. B. Treadwell & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS Jfo. 11 Union Street. Memphis, Tonu. Fulmer, Burton & Co WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 Main St., MempWs. A. M. BOYD fe SONS COTTON FACTORS, 264 FRONT ST., COR. COURT, MEMPHIS. lV'ighH of Cotlou reortl ou rereipl. DILL, ARD & COFFIN COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 302 AND 304 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. CEMENT! 1 ,011 WY 111a DrtCfaifiila Fnllaih ot.il ltA.ii..i. !... I ...I . y a.vi una' i-i'-n-n VI AUiri I' tl II I III llAUUl jj IjIME! hu jMUiK) Alton, f'ape and Ulenctw. I'Ti A SlTM Mirliigan, Iowa, New York and Imported Hrands. X MJl&M. U1M aWft.r'lne l'lusters a Snefialtv. I THORN fc HUN KINS, 309 99 New Tork. .11 . A. COt 'H It A 18 it i: us or CIGAR DEPOT & SALESROOM, I3 MAIN M Ki l l . J. M . Fowl ken. ItrookH. II. M. '-ly Salesroom, ;Ji7 Iflaiu street, HORTICULTUKAL GARDENS, End or I It run ndo Street It ail road. PLANTS. BULBS. ROSES. SHRUBBERY ( I T FLOW KKS Artistically arranged fur Weddinirs, Funerals, etc. Bend for Illustrated Caniliarue. LAME OO., Prop'ra JOHN H. COCKE. AND- and 311 S. 12th St., ST. LOUIS. GEO. RUBSCH & CO S. W. HAMPTON & CO., Cotton Factors And 4oninii.iiion Merchants, No. 268 FRONT STREET, I : MEMPHIS, TENN at SK - - - a S Imporler and dealer in Qtua, It i ties, Ptttola, Am 5 nriiiitioti, Kisliing Tackle. Powder and Shot, . No. 'OO .tl-iiii .l reel. .MeiuplliN, l',-iiii,-ss,,.... Manufacturing and Ki-pairing of linma flaalll8llj aWThe trade supplied at the lowest marl.etr ali-a. M. I.. NKAIHAH. e. :. M M.LMEACHAM& CO WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors SALT AGENTS, BTo. Q ITnion street, - MemplilM, Tennessee. W.A. GAGE & BRO. COTTON FACTORS, SOO FRONT ST., - - - MEMPHIS, TEHTIf. C. B. MOOSE. Moore, Bassett & Co. DEALERS IN SH 1 JJUOilW hmiidk, 1. 1 Mi-.i. ii. uth inn siii;i.i:.s, NOS. 351, 363, 859 AND ;8o SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. NO. 336 MAIN STREET, Coi ALL I. ! IIS OF BOOTS and SHOES .Undo to Order in IlrsHt Ktylt' nutl Work. maiisblit. ALSO ROOT and GAITER 9IADK TO ORDER M. Gavin. .Inlin S. Sllllitan Wholesale Oroeers, Cotton Factors, And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Between A loins and JeflerHon. Our I. N. RA1NEY devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale ol all Cotton intrusted to our chunro. wc nave our own I niton J. T. FARGASON & CO. Wholesale GROCEIUft & COTTON FACTOltS 369 Front street, Memphis, TeDnessee, and Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, lOO (iravier street, New Orleans, La. i .iiion coii sin iii i lo un at MeinphiN or Sow Orleana will have prompt and rarrinl att-ntion. Wc conntanlly curry a lnri-c ami carefully selected stock Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars at MEM PBS), ami will sell as low as the lowest. We carry no stock at New Orlcara. hut for parties who desire it. will make purchase in that market. PORTER, TAYLOR & CO COTTON FACTORS -AND- WHOLESALE GROCERS, Ma. .lOO FKOXT 1T - HEBRON, HAYNES & GO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts 2G6 Front street, Htfemnhis. ORGILL BROTHERS & GO HEADQUARTERS FOR STEELE ARBED FENCE WIRE SEND FOK CIKC'DLARS Ml) PRICES 310 and 312 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. W. T. BUWDRK. itni i n Bowdre,Malone&Co. COTTON FACTORS, 286 Front street, iggMB,aao"i; H la. Tenn. J, W. ROWLETT & CO. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 3 5 5 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. SAWS? TmFm W W est' Maiiufactuivrs of every tlrxTiptmii of ( ircnlar, Kubbcr and IjcatUcr lllilim rilr, ."!:.. ! . i -. Col HooI.h, Suw uuiinera, UuMCa antd all Saw and rianiuic Mill 0MfcfHM( Rata MaaafMtaon of l.o4'!cwooda Patent Slotted Circular Saw. EVKKY SAW WJ&UtXKVKD. tSTXaxttxd atUmtUm to repair work. Agenta foe TAIMITE EMERY WHEELS 'ASSS? Our New llllislinl. l Cainliiiriii' uitiilcil free on npplictLtlon. TUCKER, TURNAGE & GO. Grocers, Cotton Factors, Conim'n Merchants 2Q4 FQsgT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENN. NOTICES. MISS. AND TENN. R. R. CO, Annual Meeting of Stockholders T IE Annual Meeting of Rtocklioldom of the I Jlls'-ISMIi'Jl llll'l irniirnaiv i will bcheM at the Penbody Hotel, McmbiM, M 1 - 1 --1 J llll'l I "II l It rM IWIIMIIUII I l..iiI..J lR'ascr, on Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1880, at 11 a.m. a i meetlucr Iiins-tor will la- elected lor the en- aulng vear. The ageuts at the several sta.lious will luniiaii round-trip tickets to stockholder! and tin ir ihmkuiatk faiuilia on presentation of llieir stock certificates. aVt-Couduelora liuve no authority to tss any one ou verUUcalea of atoek. ti. II. LAMB, SMTttary. MflnufaotHrors and Proprietoru of the Improved Water Elevator AND PURIFYING PUMP, Manufacturers of Galvaniz'd Iron Cornice& Architectural Work Ti;V, I HON .V SI ATE ROOFERS, Itoof mil! Cullers Rpnirel. Roofli Paiuleal. KMlIntnteai for work lnmislioilnnliort notice, nail ur len by Telephone or Mail promptly ntleiKlerl to. GEO. RUBSCH & OO. 46 and 47 Charleston Avenne, Opposite Memphis and Charleston Depot, 3rcnipliiK Tcnnossoo. C5 lx xaot JL ds t EACH AM . J. B. PONTON. O. T. BASSETT. KJ.KJ IJUIlal llAUJJlill J IValj UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. All .Style of Ladle' I, en ll cm en 'a HANDMADE BOOTS and SHOES IN LARGE VARIETY. SOLAR-TIP SHOES A Kocl!l-. WDUiiM ANSKK di QARSIDEB FINE SHOES, IN ALL STYLES. Tli os. riark. M. J. f 'lark. i.n-nniisc. corner nuiinmon aim aecono sirecm. MEMPHIS. . malum:. S. P. BOWDKE. Curtis & Co. V.U to 819 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. .Hill und 1';ish-(uI Sawn; Wholesale TOBACCOS. Harpmann & Bro. Haunlrtetnrero and Importere of CIGARS' .AN H lOBBCIKS IN TOBACCO & PIPES, NO. 286 MAIN ST. Orders Respectfully Solicited. DISPKNSABY. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, So. 17 JeflerMou St reet. Between Mnln snd Front, Meiuplila. (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 and permanent cares guaranteed in every case, male or female. Recent caae of Gon orrhea and Syphilis cared in a few days without the use of mercury, change of diet or hindrance from business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eradicated without the use of mercury, lavoluntary loss of semen stopped in a short tune. Sufferers from irapotency or loss of sexual powers restored to free vigor in a few weeks. Victims of wlf-abuae and excessive vencry, sufferinr; from spermatorrhea and loss of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases of Woman, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cared by new remedies. Piles and Old Sores cured without the use of caustic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express toall partsol the country Office hours from 8 a.m to 9 p.m. Sundays from Sa m, tol'jm. D. 4. JOHNSON, M.D. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Supreme Court Sale or Real Estate. in the Supreme Court of T.-nuwaoi. al Jackson E. M. Appt-raoii Executor of VVade H. Bolton, deceased, vs. Charles Jones et al. and R J, Black. Administrator, vs. Charles Jones et al. I'D pursuance of the decree pronounce.! b tu Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson April 11, lw'. in these consolidated cause. I will ..ftor for sale, to tbe highest bidder, at the aoothweal corner of Main and Madison suveta, iu the rii ut Memphis, on Monday, Deeember . 1SSO. the lots or parcels of land mentioned and described in said decree, as follows : A certain lot of land situated in ihe city of Mem. phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and houuHcd a follows: It being lot No. as laid down on the plan of the city of Memphis, and beginning at the northeast comer of the intersection m Moiirot- and Second street in aald city: run nun. thence north with the east line or side of Sc-ond ii-.-i 7 I feet 5 inches: thence east 148 feet 6 Inch.- Ii an ullcy; thence south with the west side of hn.Ii! ullcv ; i feet J iiiehea to the north Hide of Montoe t reel j i himoa west along the north aide of Monroe u.-i IN feet 6 Inches to the point of beginning, togeilu ; with all the improvement! and appurteuam lu-reto belonging or appertaining. Also, the following 1..1 or pan el of I. . : ;iate in Memphis. Shelby county, Teniicasce. i n i -ing part of lot No. 98, as laid down on the iUn ol the city of Memphis, being on the west awe M Main street, between Monroe and Union itrota, ij 1 -ing the third lot and storehouse south of Motor. . met on the west side of Main atreei. il Im-Iiik Im Mo. a in the subdivision of aaid lot K. katween 1 din M. Jenkins. Thomas J. Turley r.nd J. M. I' eniaiin, which is fully ahowu by tne de. i raf l M Ithiu tae tween said parties, of daU-April u. ,!i!ebla of record In book No. 14, page 2K :T of reeord of deeds of Shelby county, to which leeat reference U made: Mid lot froutine II mH ! iuchea on the west side of Main street, ami mitnlu iaok between parallel line 70 feet to an alley, mid bounded on the south by lot No. 4 of -ji-1 nldlv1 sion of lot No. 98, uow owned in comnio- rn --tate of Thomas J. Turler and W A. WOlaauaou; and on the north by lot No. 2 of said subdivision of lot 98, new owned by estate of Tbomii J. 1 irl.-y; upon which lot is foar-itory brick Stan house, now known as No. 817 Main street, In Mom) M, to gether with Improvements thereon. The said lot No. SM, nnrt above dear.rib.-d, will rat subdivided and sold la several parts, ep ;.-), aa follows: 1. The rear part o the lot, that la the part on the east aide which II js between the alley on tha east and a line parallel with the west ttomidary of the alley, beginning at a point In the south bound ary of the lot, the north line of Monroe street and four feet east of the brick dwelUiighouse. which point is estimated to be 48 ieet from the south east corner of the lot. and running thence north wardly aad parallel with the west boundary of the alley lo the north boundary of the lot No. 3S6. 2. The parcel of lot 358, on which la the brick dwelliiiEhouse, consisting of two tenements front ing on Monroe street, shaH be divided Into two 1'iirt.v, the partition line between which two parte shall be a line passing north and south through the center of the brick wall which divide the house into two tenements, and extending from the south boundary of the lot to the north boundary, and four feet of ground lying east and adjoining the east tenement, and extending from Monroe street to the north boundary of lot 358, and bounded on the east by the west boundary, hereinbefore desig nated, of tlie part next hereinbefore describe!, shall belong to. and be a part of, the lot on which is the east tenement. The parcel on which U the west tenement shall have the use and privilege for ever of the four-fee t alley extending from tbe north boundary of Monroe street to the north boundary of the lot. In common with the owner or owners of the part of the lot 358, on which are tbe four stores fronting on Second street. 3. The lot or parcel fronting on Monroe street, whereon Is the western of the dwelllnghouse ten ements, bounded on the south by Monroe street, north by the north line of lot 358, east by tbe west ern boundary of the last described parcel or lot, which western boundary Is the line ext-ndlng through the center of the wall which divides the two dwelllnghouse tenemental, and on the west by the line at the outside of the ige3t wall of the western tenement, extending fr.irajfifitroe street to the northern line of lot 358, and wrrTcti western line is about 4 feet from the east face of storehouses fronting on Second street. 4. The part of the lot fronting on Second and Monroe streets, and whereon are four brick stores, shall be divided into four parts, the first of which shall be bounded on the sou th by the north line ol Monroe street, on the north by a linn extending from the west line of the building, and lot &58 through the center of the partition wall which di vides the south storehouse from that situate next north ol It. The second of which parts shall bo the lot on which Is the storehouse next north of the last described part, which second lot shall be bounded on the north by a line extending from the west wall of the house eastwardly to the east aido thrcngh the center of the brick partition wall which divides this second storehouse from tbe storehouse next north of the said second store house. The third of which oarts shall be. tlie lot on which Is the third storehouse, to-wit : tbe lot next north of the aaid second lot, and Is bounded ou the 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 858 to tne east siae oi tne east wall ol tne house, through the center of the partition wall which divides said third storehouse from the store house next norfti. The fourth of which parts Is the lot on which 1 the fourth or north storehouse, and is bounded ou the south by the north boundary of said third lot, to-wlt: a line extending from the west line of the building and lot 358, eastwardly through the cen ter or tne partition wail wnien inviae it rrom mo third lot, and the north boundary of said fourth lot is the north boundary of lot 358 and the north isce oi tne most nortnern oi uie lour Hiorcnouses, at reels or lots. The east boundary of each of these ola is the line on which is the east face of the east wall of the storehouse bnilding, and this line be gins at or about a point In the south bouudaryof the lot 858, about 53 feet eastwardly of the smith west corner of the lot 358, and runs northwardly with the east side the east wall of the storehouse l.uilding to the north boundarv of tnelot:t58. The alley of four feet width, between the storehouse i. inklings ana tne uweiiniglnuc building, shall be held and enjoyed forever for the uw and nrlvll- ege of the owners of the storehouse lots In com mon wilh the owners of the adjoining lot, whereon is me west tenement oi tne aweiungnouae build ing. Each of the said storehouse lot will be sold separately, and the lots whereon are the two dwell- lugnouse tenement, aim me lot on me east ena of lot 358, will be sold separately. The several purchasers of the storehouse lots shall have the privilege and right for three months next after confirmation of the report of sale to make use of the present stairways which go above, and of the halls on tbe second and third stories for the purpose of erecting partition walls on the existing walls from the third floor up, resting upon the present urn s partmon wails uelow, auo mo present and super-added partition walls shall be party walls between the adjoining owners. The purchasers will be put lu possession of said property on compliance with the terms of sale. A man and plan of subdivision of said lot :v8. in accordance with the foregoing, will be exhibited on the day of sale. Terms ol Hie ix, twelve, eighteen and twenty fnnr months: iitirchaser executing- nun- Inaawfawf Interest from date for the pun-tiasc miuicy, witn approved personal security, and alien retainedbu tne lots until said nitea arc paid. Equity of re demption barred. jacxaon. Tcuu. -aep ssnoerxi, 18MU. JCHN II. KHKKMAN, Clerk. W. M. Randolph. H. Clay King. Wright & McKia- lck. D.K. Myers Hoi Id tors. ATTOBNE YS-AT-X A W. JAMES It. MALONE. H. Q. WATSON MALONE & WATSON, AT TORN E Y S-AT-I A W, 39 MADISON STREET MEMI'HIS. K. J. Morgan, late Chancellor. L. H. McFarlanu Morgan & MeFarland, Attorneys-at-Law, 22 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn. CHANCERY SALES, Chancery Sale of Real Kslatc. No. 3620, R. ('hani'fry Court ol Bkelbf rounty John Arrlmrtori it al. vs. Wm. V. DaUkey, BY virtue of ait interlocutory derriH' for sale fil tered in thw above rause on the -jt tlay of July, is.su, I will sell at public auction, lo the higli cat bidder, in frontof the clerk and Miii,-r'golll.'e, courthouse of tbe Taxing Mattel of Hholby 0OUBV ty, Memphis, Tennessee, on Si.lnr.lm. Deeember II. 1NHO, within legal hours, the following described prop erty, ultuated in Shelby county, Teiineasee, to-wit; Part of lot No. 2 of the subdivision oi lot No. ..so, on the south side of Court Square, iu the Taxing District of Khelby county Memphis, conveyed lo Catherine llichmond by toward Kri Hlhett and by C. and W. B. Richmond to John A. Huuuouer, auo. beginning on the south side of Const Square at the NW comer of said lot No. 2; thence eautwarilly with Court Square 10 feet; thence south 1ISU feet at right angles wilh Court Square to au alley: thence west with said alley iu feet; Uieiice north ii-1.. feet to the beginning. Also another lot and improvement in the coun ty. State and Taxing District aforesaid, aud de scribed as lot No. 10, block No. in, on the plan of the city of Memphis, and descriu-.l in the deed of R. A. Parker to M. L, Meaclinm and V. H. ual breath, of date June 2, 1862, a lot No. 0. and front ing the Promenade on Howard's kou Hf feet, and running back between parullel lines south luofcet to un alley both pieces of proicrty being the. same conveyed lo tne defendant, V. v. Dnncy, by deed from John s. Dancy, dated February lu. 1S74, recorded in book 174, pages ftrj, kw.. in Keglster' ofHce of Shelby county. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months; purchaser executing note with security; Hen re tained; equity of redemption cut off. This No vember 1G, 1K80. R. J. BLACK, Clerk und Master. lapp & Beard, .Solicitors. sat Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 10B3, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county Charles Collins, gmrdiau, etc., for Anna and Catnilda Pope, vs. Anna Pope et a:. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause on the 2Cth day of March, 1874, and renewed, etc., October 7, 187, and amended, etc., December 17, 1870, and renewed Oc tolair 22, 1877, and May 17. 1878. and November S, 1880, 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front oi the Clerk and Matcr'a office, Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, in the Taxing-District of Shelby county, Tenn., On Nsilurday, Iteeemrter 1. Isso. within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county. I .iinesaee, to-wit: Lying in the cily ot Memphis, ind known and de scribed upon the plan of said cHj us u part of lot No. ,ri70, and bounded aa follows, to-wlt: Begin ning at a stake on the south lde of Maillaon Htreet 143 feet H': .. Inches east of the eastern line ol of Fourth street (said Fourth street being SO feet wide, and taken off the west part of lot No. faWi : running thence eastwardly with the south side of Madison street 38 feet 6 inches to n stake; thence southwardly, at right angles wilh Mudisou str.-et, 148 feet 6 inches; thence wcstwunlly iwrallcl with Madison street. 38 feet 0 inches ti. a stake; throes northwardly with the east line of lot No. SOI, 118 feet six Inches lo the beginning on Madiaon street. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months pur chaser executing note' bearing Interest at nix per cent. Lieu retainnd, etc. This November 8, 1880. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. C. W. Metcalf. ami JariiiiKin .. Frayser, Sol. LOTTERY. The LJTTLE HAVANA COMPANY OrSnuulement to ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY, taken (jlai i November . o ember 93, Ikeeemfser II Desiring to meet tlie very general demand for Low-priced Tiekels, we have devised a Supplemen tary Series of Prizes, based main Iho Regular Draw ings of the Royal Havana lottery, the amount of Prises iu which are aa follows: 1 Grand Prise 5,000 1 Grand Prise l.ooo 1 Grand Prise 600 2 Prise of IJ00 each 400 5 Prize of 100 each ,vx) lOOPilsesof 16 each l.ailo 040 PrUea of 6 each 3,840 '250 prises of '2 each rj00 9 Approximations of ttOoach to th9 re mainLug units of same 10 aa the one drawing the toUOU Irie 180 2 Approximation of $20 each to the num ber preceding und following the oue drawing 11000 40 1011 Prises T. 8. Currency l,s,5oo Whole. HI: llMlvea. 3 I'euta. i'ries paid iu full In C lilted Slut. - curreucv Ira mediately on presentation of ti.-keL For itiio'nua tlon apply toD. L. Gillespie, 6.W. Court, Memphia