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THE MEMPHI S DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1880.
RAILWAY RECORD, i FINANCE AND TRADE. PERSONAL AJtD CENERIL. The location of a union deKt is agitating the people of New )rleans. The firnt train on the Italian ami Wichita road :un Into Ik num. Texita, Saturday. The Wahanh Pacific earnings from Janu ary 1st to Nove in lcr Kith show an Increase of $V 117.747. Tlie roaifd at East St. Iouis have a much, if not more, freight thau they can conveniently handle. After December 1st the Southern Kxprewt nampany will nnike the run between Sew Orleans and Xcw York in 48 hours. The X arthritic and Chattanooga forward fr. m OiaU.inooc on an average every Uay TO loaded freight enr and receive 1 "at. Mr. Wm. Wetmore, traveling car agent of t'.i WatMah line, was married in Baltimore on Tuesday irentnc, November aM. to Miss Helen . J .n-daughter of the late John T. Johnson, Vicksburg ll'r ilrl, Wednesday: "There la a force of lifteen ra-'ii worfciuji the Kouutz line wharf boat at the un- r landing. The hog chains arc up and the stmiehions are np for the cargo Imix. Ten lay of good weather. nil in boat will be ready fur buaiacai." It iaatate.1 that the health of Mr. BL Vic tor ICeaeuuih, president of the Louisville and Nashville . .tniptin'. ha. much improved thai the dlreeiors have not Ihouiflii it . wary to take a. tiou upon his resignation, tendered at the last an nual meeting. Ti U .-,,. ..llv known in railroad circlea tit .t fill.- liekt tp n 1, allc il pilrehar-.! r iii Toledo, w iiom u ... Ihtv amount oi niim.n nea- fta and paid lor Ban lu gol.I or coppers, uus i lo seep up uia aioea hardlv enough funds on hali'l of coijiIiioii igar-. H. H. Clark, of Omaha, general mana ger of the l'ni.n Piu it nud the Would linos, has .tie t i soiith'-rn CalitorQla .mu the Sandwich Ulan I., for rest anil the licncfit o( his health. He will retire Irom Uie duties of hi office for a year or more, and be succeeded by Mr. J. L. Kimball, ua assistant general manager, who will assume Mr. C .ark's duties until bis returu. BagKaie anil Hall Burned. Galveston, Novemljer 29. A Aeirrtpecial from Ta ukana savs: "The bstrgago car of the night cxt ret O t tit. Texus Padfle railroad mhs homed i.enr Sulphur. Texas. Friday night, with i.inepeees of 1 ngage and fifty sacks of mail. L aajut jo,ooo. Thrown from I lie Track. Ijknvkh. November "29. -Train No. 1, on the Denver and Kio Oaaada railroad was thrown from the track bv a broken rail. to-day. between fueblo and Colorado Spring.. Engineer Dickman and fireman Masuretle were killed. None of the passengers were aeriously wounded. Ki lK i i.l Ibe Phllndclphin nnil Rending. Philadelphia, Novciulicr 21'. Theatate meiu is iitiidc, upon apparently good authority, that the K,00O,0OO meaw4ry to secure the Issue of 1 .edefcir-d inc. m b inds of the I'lnl tdelphia and Heading ra l.-oad cmnp.iny has Im-n secured, and that th- lep . -it will be nivle Thnrwlay next When this lias t?en done tiouan will leave for Eurorc with ariew to co isummniiiig the scheme, an 1 r, lie iutf the company from financial cmbar r isiiicut. COTT03T. Our last review of the d.Uon market for the official week reported middling- cotloa quoting in v. .. .,rL- ! lie. Ittirine tl.e we. k it advanced fettle. New i Manna named at lie and advanced to l'-'e. LiverisH.l quoted at i' 7-lfsl (', ll-liid. Memphis quoted at I0v advanee.l to advanced to u ismml at nil the i Pacific U iiid half a cent in , uve; Iy,ul field an. 1 so decrCaMIIIT the tiglll --, .- . t . , , The cotton now ir'.iiiieu ana oateo. ll--o an advance M a cent ,.r, ,...,,: Vinericiiii markets Liverpool. Such a rale of advance occurs only now and then, and from the Impulse of some spec ial cause. This time it is the premature setting in of winter, which has now given us two weeks of iiow and ice. cutting tile nicking season short, and damaging and staining what the wintry blasts may lei.ve in th the total crop. tool loititrallr In. n .ise.l ill value irom the ees-ation of picking, as no fresh stock is ad liugto It. Tliat natural advance ha been probably hlghtened by the intense speeulative spirit that is now far too predominant. and which. alter raging among the hulls and laser of the tuck exchange, is making a dead set at mercantile business. which Is a great misfortune. Reports from New Orleans and New York tell of scenes of wild excitement when futures were sold, so witd that one day the ale of spots was suspended lu New Orleans by the breathless interest existing in futures, while the sales of futures both in New York and New Or leans have tieen immense. In ourowu market the demand has been good, hut sales were smaller than might be expected under the existing talc of things, partly from the Thanksgiving holiday har lug clea the cotpiu exehaiige one day, and partly from buyers anil sellers getting apart on prices. Sometimes holders objected to sell at quotations, and sometimes buyers refused to take at an ad vance. One day all the exporters stood out of the market for the latter reason. As wintry weather still prevails, with ti hutrs of increasing coldness in the north, we have no present appearance of re action In price. Receipts In Memphis during official week aggre gated bales, against ,'.'M bales the previous week, and o1.ST3 bales the corresponding week last season, and 2t.tli! hales In U7R. The total receipts since September 1, 1SS0, were 17i, Wr bales, against l3i,on; baler at the corresponding time lastseason, an fucrcaseof tt.OTtf bales. At tile same time in I STB the receipts were 101. 213 bales, and in is;-, i:;,633 bales. Shipments during the official week aggregated 1G,I"J3 bales, against 1 1..V.J tsslps the previous week, and 11. 086 bales the corresponding week last season, and 1 ;.:9K in 1X78. Total shipment, since Septem ber 1st were US,7fKI bales, against bales the same time last year, and ;n,711 in ls78. 'ibe total stoidton hand was l,5lb bales, against 62.:W 'isles last week, and 8s,5V bales ut this Umc last war; In 1S78, (T7.1.'S. Sales in Memphis during the official week aggre gated is, son bales, of which exporters look 1MS0 bales, spinners tixis. bales and speculators 8Th), against a total of 12,8,'jO bules last weuk. SlemptaiH 4'ullon Movement. The following shows the course of the Mem phis market and the price of middling coitoit from the opening of tile season : call in loii8. The Port tmy that, so i"..r- larr private lt-ndern of money are oMWMfil they u I day undoubtedly called In part of what they nave ' lent out on Moeks, hut, if the report U correct. only a part. The misfortune of the present Ritua t tion f that is o expanded as to have already used up the facilities of the banks, and lo ' lesre the money market in the control of a few j large private lendere who have interests to serve in i tbe stock market. Bar silver 111. ' iovernment ! bonds firm for O h and .Vh, but weak and w(34 "ft ! 1 1 and4s. United StateMlcoupous, lKSl, 1M; nr new; w, uuy; new ui ew us, iia;. ot taw. l. smie sccunuci inao- St. RIVER REPORT RITF.RS AND WEATHER The following omcml table gives MVKK PII.IA. es particu- ana weath- i lars coneerning the condition of rivers er at all important points: Orrici.tt. SioNALSaKvica U. 8. A. Memphis, Novemlssr 29. 1880. (Thanges. i few Work on I he Chlrav . .hi t: - ul Tuns ! .Vex I I . 1 3 conseuueni the bridge perishable Sr. lyoi is-, N'oveuilier 2!). Advices from Texas savs that Daniel II. Hale, l(. K. Tripp and A. t. B. iinetl, presi.ieut, vice-president and socre tary of the f'hicago, Texas ami Mexican railroad, ami several memrsTs of the dlreciory of the road held a meeting at Dallas yesterday, at which ar rangements were perfected for the mpld constrn. tloii of the Hue. Dallas will be the headquarters for Texas. The si. Eoain IlrhlKe Equal to All Re masds. St. Ixris, November 29. The report which gained circulation abroad that the St. l-ouis bridge company had MUM the railroads that lu c-.ii.. -in. 'lice of the immense iratllc ttirown uisui i bv the partial blockade of the river only freight would fa- transferred, Is pro nounced by U m. 1 ausstg, general manager ol in bridge company, as e.tt.iiy f.i!s,-. Mr. Taussig sav s that tlmn- b searcetr a limit to the cajsu ity of the bridge; that upivanh ol l.'tsl .sir-are being cn.sse 1 daily, and Ibut still more can be trauscrred if re quired. Anollicr Heroic Engineer. MacdN,G A.: November 19, Knrly ycstenla y moriu'n : a lat.sciig.'r train on the fieorgia t;entrnl broke in half t m l.e mile, from M woo. The steam brakes .topped the rear half on a down grade. A heavy frel'fiit train that followed telescoped the sleep r half ay, kllll, g the ciiginee, . Tl.c president of the Central toa I, U tVadlev. and Vice President faonl were In tbesleepiug ear, buteacaiasl thniugli n window, .-"everal pau-engers wcie hurl, hut non f-itally. A few moments aft.T the eolllsloii a second heavy freight ran Into the middle train, smashing the cars lo frigmcuts. Kngincer Crosby, of the middle train, was found with his hand on the r. -versed lever and was jammed against the hot ladU r by the freight cars leaping over the lender, UMn, boweled and roasted. The Other engineers and firemen le.iis'd and were saved. Matt Freeman, from Macon, was Imdly cut in the head by a frag ment from a car Seat, and Paoul hag an ankle spraineil. The aiciuent occurred on a steep grade, aud the train could not lie cheeked. .Northern Pnrlfie Ruiid Syndicate. New York, November 29. DrexeJ, Mor canotCo., Lanier ,s Co.. an I Angnst Belmont A Co., made a contract with the Ni-rlhem Pacific railroad company for $W.Ou.0OD of six per en t boiKls, lutvlng forty years to run, a part of which is bouaht "nnn" and a part on options, giving time to fl ash i he mad. The Isindt srjbbc issued only as the natd is finished slid accepted by the government. The Ihre firms named above as con tractors for the the loan liavc associated with them Messrs. Drcxcl & Co., of Philadelphia; J. S. Mor gan b Co., ol Loudon, and Drexel, Hayes A Co., of Paris. In this city their associates are Bank of Commerce. Third National bank, Messrs. L. Von Hoffman St Co.. J. & W. Xelhrman A Co., J. S. Ken nedy Sc Co., Hpeyer & Co.. Kuhn, Loeb & Co., Woerishoffcr Jt Co. in Boston: Messrs. Lee, Illg riuson 6i Gn. ami llrcwsler, Baasett i Co. In Baltimore : Johnston Bros ik Co. By the terms of the acrei'incnt with the Company the contractors er- .to nansa two directors in the lmard, and the pcrau.. - "i 's.sitions are J. C. Bullett, of Philadelphia, ana John V. Kills, of Winslow, Lanier A Co., of New York. It Is umlcrsU 1 that John Jacob Astor Ls a large, subscri er to tin The Ualtiinoremid Ohio NIontaret'linrKCs. Bai.timuke, November 29. The firm of David D.iws A Co . New York, inslmrted its agent her- to wlthdiaw the signature of the firm ftom the -protest of ibe .'.n ami dour exchanges against the additional al, valor cliurgea prisi.l by the Baltimore and Opto railroad company, (leorge C Martin, of Dall Hows & Co., says: "No doubt the Utli-ad ccmpauy s aciiou tendtsl to demoralis 2', m'e few western shlnrs-rs, bill only tcmuorarlly. iud, without some action, it might have been wonat in the future. Tbo wasit," he anrS "bt not at all aUiruted, au.l trade will g.. smootbly on as usual, as there are no 'breakers ahead' and no trade troubles to be looked for." William M. Cooper, of Milmire. Boduian ii Co., of Toledo, said that in his opinion the ImpositioU of additional storage charge:, was tbe only thing the Baltimore aud Ohio railroad company could nave done to relieve the elevators. "I have seen," he continued, "tlrat the Baltimore and Ohio oi&ciaJs have been perplexed for some time. Their elevators have been full; th.'V have been storing grain outside. Something had to be done. It would proltably have been more Judicious to have givcii longer notice as to that protest. Had it been maturely considered, it prob ably would never have been done. Several firms regret having f.ignc .1 the protest. Our signature en wnmi September Septe nber sjepteaiber September t) toll, r October Oc loner October October November November NovemtH-r Novemlier 3 . 10 17 . St.. 1.. 8.. 15.. 22.. Ml I Si . ua . r.uvj ! 9121 Junto .. 167H0' . 22sn:: , IKS tsi 714 170C i 27 MS am I0H2 MB pilar. lS'si UI9 .I 7J) I418U! J5.11 1 IH2.1 rVLW 64711 TX'- H'r.'t i7Hoa I ins &01I II ,V0 11 1SJ0 ll 11 67SO W' i VfiZ 9M0 llfti lS4y..,lKllsi lie: 4iii'. uion.io. 4?A. MaMl'lOU; 29 '227'SJ 5 BUM 12 '2sp; 277S1 In 14 V M.-.VI 2sl II 19 2aiS0SoJ llVtJ, f.273:; 128-Vl lUja 20: .22926,27751 104VS;: iV21G'1RSU0!11?J November 12th the world's vi.il. le supply was 2, B, 700 bales, sgainst 1.975,22:1 the same time last year; an increase ol eotum in sight of 813,477 hales over the same time last year and of 429,22 bales over 1878. The telegrams showed a iniicter t'ecling in cot ton yesterday, one of those pauses that always fol low excitement. There were no changes lu spot cottons. Liverpool made l-U'sl advance on uplands; New York futures closed "weak." In our market the factors were firm in asking up to the quota Hons: the buyers generally lost courge on account of the lower tone of the dispatches and would take hut little at the quoted rates. The etMaequeaoa was that sales were very light. The New York Cfiroiiicfe of Saturday says: "The weather the past week In the south has beau far from settled or satisfactory, though in general the later days show a higher range of thermometer and a prospect of more favorable citnlitloos. Picking has been ma terially interfered with by the cold and wet." The Chnmuie also adds: "The laid weather at the south, which has checked picking throughout the most of the cotton section, has resulted in a lielief in lower crop estimates which is .'uitegeueral." The New York Bulletin of Saturday reports: "The market OOMMal this morning with a 'boom' that has Joseph, 109; Tennessee bs Old, 47: Ten ee Os. new. 4s: Virginia 6s old. 44; Virginia 6s, new. 27: Virginia consols, 27; Virginia consols preferred. 100 offered. Railroad bonds were Irregular, but in the main weak, in the final dealings Iron Mountain second preferred Incomes declined 2 per cent. Tbe stock market opened generally firm, but soon became weak, and declined ; per cent., the bitter Western Union. At the first board a strong tone prevailed, and, under brisk purchases, a sharp ad vance was recorded, ranging from j to 6 per cent., the latter in Northwestern common, St. Paul, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy and Louisville and Nashville being also prominent In the im-, provemcnt. Western Cnlon did not share in the general advance, but was heavily pressed for sale, and declined steadily to 92!, hilling off V4 per cent, from Saturday's closing sale. The general oc u u.r wens uuin.s lit" n.ic.iiuii ei, iinwiiwi of tlu stringency of money and declined from M to HAperceui., the granger stocks, the coal shares and t.vnk-line proitcrlles being niost isi.t.pieuous Hi the decline, the speculation coniinue.i weag until abom the close, wheu a recovery ol 'j(l per cent, took place. Nashville and . 'h .;;.. ., : de clined 54 per cent, and closed at a recovery ol per cent. ; Manhattan elevated fell oiT2: , per cent., and closed at a recovery' pi per cent. The clos iug qi o'ations were lrjs per cent, lower than on Saturday for the leading stocks, except Northwest ern, which was 2V per cent, higher, and I-eiisville nn-l Nashville, which was 2 per cent bigi-er. Iirvxei, Morgan it Co. to-day sold their interest In Long Idand railroad to Austin . Corbin and other capitalists who own Manhattan Beach railway. They now control both roads. Tbe an nouncement created quf'e a sensation in Wall street. Tbe earnings of the Wabash and Pacific In creased IU2.0UO the third week lu November, and tbe Union Pacific gained SI7:!,OU0 for three weeks of November: the Iron Mountain iost (29.000 the last week and the Kansas and Texas Hs.000 for the same time. Transactions aggregated 492, OOU shares, of which 13,000 were Chicago.Burlington and Ituincy, 4600 Chesapeake and Ohio, 26.0UO latckau anna, 7000 Delaware and Hudson, i:iuo Denver and Rio Orande.Tl ,000 Erie. 11,000 Hannibal and St. Joseph. 4500 Iron Mountain, 3000 Kansas and Texaa, 18.000 Lake Shore, 7090 Lake Erie and Western, -iOOO Louisville and Nashville, 45O0 Michi gan Central, 20,000 Northwestern, 11.000 Nashvilie and Chattanooga. 2500 New Jersey Central, 12,0iJ New York Central, 11,000 Northern Pacific, 700(1 Ohio andMississippi, Ontario and Western, 2500 Pacific Mall, 7000 Reading, 29,000 St. Paul, 2'siO St. Paul and Omaha, 25.000 Union Pacific, lO.aOO Wabash Pacific, 1O2.0U0 Western Union. Closing quotations were as follow: Central Pacific bonds, 11492; Union Pacific Iir3ts, 11 C: Union Pacific laud grants, ll:.; Union Pa id lie sinking funds, 119!; Lehigh and Wilkecbarre, 127; St. Paul and Sioux City .firsts, 107; Chi cago, Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, no sales; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central seconds, no sales; Erie seconds, 101: Rock Island, 122: Panama, 2us: Fort Wavne, 121: Pittsburg, 125; Illinois Central, 12iiU; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, ltH'.i; Chicago and Alton, U8: Chicago and Alton preferred, 140; New York Central, Ut'-j ottered-, Harlem, '200: Lake Shore, 122; Canada Southern, tv.ff: Michlgau Central, lit; Erie, ifff-i; Erie preferred, 79; Northwestern, li.7.; Northwestern preferred, 143; St. Paul, 109; Si. Paul preferred, 122; St. Paul and Oma ha, i:K'a;St. Paul and Omaha preferred. 81; Dela ware, iekawanna and Western, 103; M,,riis and Essex, 119: Delaware andiludscn, 89; New Jc Central. 79: Reading, 49; Ohio and Miaalas 36; Ohio and Mississippi preferred. Chesapeake an:. Ohm : Mo'i.U and Oh c 2tf.; Cleveland and Columbus, S2; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central, 19; Ohio Central, 25: Lake Erie and Western, 35; Ontario and Western, 31 of fered; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, Gs ..tiered; Alton and Terre Haute, 134 offered; Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 110; Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific, 41: WaBash.JSt- Louis and Pacific pre ferred, 77; Hannibal and St. Joseph, 42; Hanni bal and St. Joseph preferred, 92; Iron Mountain, 4H offered; St. Louis and Sau Francisco, 40 ; St. LOnn and San Francisco preferred, 2; St. Louis and 8au Francisco firsts preferred, 84; Chi cago, St. Louis and New Orleans, 39; Kansasatid Texas, 38; Union Pacific. 99; Central Pacific, 9B&; Northern Pacific, 3;; Northern Pacific pref'd, 01; Ixiuisville and Nashville, 15; Nashvilleand Chattanooga. 70; Louisville, New Albany aud Chi cage, 100; Houston aud Texas, 75; Denver and Kio Grande, 77; Western Union Telegraph, 93; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 39; Pacific Mail, 47; Adams Express, 117; Welis & Fargo's Express 111; American Express. 65 ; United States Express. 52; Quicksilver, 112 offered: Quicksilver preferred, 50; Caribon, 'IV. Central Arizona, 7; 'no- . outliua. . . Li.ti-i": Above low I water. j STAI10SS. 1 Feet, j inches. Rise inches. Cairo Cincinnati DaveiijKirt ... . Dubuque Helena Keokuk Leavenworth. . t Little Rock ouisvlllc 9lenipbis.. . . Nashville JNew Orleans. . Pittsburg tShreveport ... at. Louis Vicksburg Frozen. Frozen S 1 4 a 10 it Fall inches. tBench mark, low water 179. IBclow high water of 1874. M ET EORO LOGIC A L REPORT. Bar. .Time. Ttier. ' Bar. Titer. Wind. Weather. Jersey isippf, 7:00 a.m. 30.:i 37 N.W. Lt. Rain. 2:00 p.m. 90.10 37 N. (Toudy. 9:00 p.m. 30.38 33 X.1S. (.'loudy. Maximum thermometer. 40. Minimum thermometer. 32. Rainfall, 0.24. BY TELEGRAPH. War DEr'T.s. Army, SiosalService, U. Monday, Novcmber2ii, 1880. 10:08 p.m. Place ol Observation. Chattanooga.. 3U.S4 II Galveston ; :i.2o 51 Imluiiola I ;w.2a 46 Louisville 1 S0.43i Z: Memphis 30.3 32 Nashville.. . :10.39 32 New Orleans.' 30.24 33 Shreveport . . . S0.27 44 Vicksburg 80.30 43 Little Rock... I 80.35 39 Wind. Dir. Force. Of! Brisk. I Fresh. Brisk. Fresh. Flesh. Identic. ! Brisk. ;Gentlc. Gentle. Fresh. E N. N. N.E. N. E. N. N.E. E. Weath er. Cloudy I.tRain I.tKain Fair. Fair. Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy t loudy Cloudy 45 Years Before the JPublic. THE GENUINE Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy "for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. ACUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quiirine. As a simple purgative tliey arc ttnequaled. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-w ax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLane and Fleming Bros. 88?" Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEHIXG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name IHcLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. Little Pittsburg, ; Ontario, 31 . euTl tinned pretty much all day. amid a feeling of ap- GENERAL TRADE. ntreat wit-llies uli alloutloiis. .-o lar as can De , - - , . shown, with the exception of aslfuht Improvement ih" slHP'y f produce was very good in In the tenor of the cable ndvices, there was nnthliif; the market yesterday, and there was a good degree in the general showing from ordinary sources ol of activity among purchasers. .Feed remains quiet, influence calculated to start buyers off", and the with prices; perhaps less linn, as freights may be bounce on prices has local basis iniilnlv. Indeed, come easier; we saw a St. Louis dl-patch reporting it apiiears to be much the same old story, the river open and barrel freight ar 40 cents. Hoy the bulk of the buying beinij on account was easier; oats and bran very tlrin, with sales of of the new sa'ctilatlvo element lately drawn in the latter at f JO M by Hie ear load : choice timothy and 'outsiders' from 'Wall street,' as ued In trade , hay was reported to OS as low as S20 Ml The in parlance, but including all classes of operators I qulry for comincal was very active,witli no stock who ever dabble In cotton and are still determined J on hand, and sales to arrrvo at (fin. Flour was to lake position on the long' side. Orders did not very linn at our limitations. Potatoes and other appear to have much limit as to cost, or, as for that vegetables were looking up. Eggs remained at matter, as to Aiuwitlty, in many cases but were 1 Saturday's quotation, 2sc. flogs, all kinds of uoul sluiply to 'buv, aud the more rapid the advance : try, and quait r of b -ef. and carcaas.-s 1 sboep and develo)s-d the larger the damani I seemed to grow , i hogs were very plentiful. Butter quiet and un- llnliU'li.e UJ-M'lis nelllk, taken one iiii.t anoincr, anil i imitK' o. "e ,it .-m ieii , e ir,n. , oi ssuii,i;tj at constantly increasing cost, until some M points esan was made from the ."'peiiing, and. In a few Instances, nearly lc. over Wednesday evening. The major portion of the buainess was from Janu ary forward, with March especially a favorite, a treat deal of covering takiug place on the latter mouth at the outset, though buying orders have gone forward to some extent also. Yesterdav. Ordinary 3 Hi Good ordinary 91 "J , Lowmlddltng 1 ll' Middling 811 J u'ood middling A12S repoited con.uio il at2 .vui : to the trade, wliha fair demand. The large difference in prices of mess pork for November or December delivery as com pared with that for January delivery (about 51 TiO a barrel), says the Chicago Commerrial Ketxtrt, "is due to the fact that there are from W.uOU to CO. 000 barrels of old on hand. This is deliverable on .November and iieceniber contraeu.i bui regular' for delivery on tloij contracts alter tha end of liecember. skmie appear to believe that Saturdav 9 GUI's all', Ek 12'i 1 Market quiet. Salt1, (100 bales, lucl'iduig l:aSat- i aliyulJ die euurso be deemed advisable. nrday evening: -iu 10 exioners a.iu -t 10 sjim ners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. the stock ol old will la? Ihrow u on market to nil No-, emlsT criiitract.; and are somewhat atnii-t that should this be done the market will break bad- ud u owned vc v firm, benee could be delivered In round blocks The stock; Oj if owned very largely by one Stock, September 1, 18S0.. Received to-day Received previously Shipped to-day Shipped previously... ... 4,720 .. 170,340 Quotations below are for round lots at the binding anu at me rauruau uepots, anu include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of ,34 the bare freight aud charges up to the time of ar rivaL Jobbiug and store sale are at higher 4.u75 i rates, as they include dntjatc, storage and profit ol tbe dealer. 6.:i7h 120A 1'0.4'.0 127,312 4vck, running acconnt IMPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far last week Since September 1st 6.1,117 .. 8.180 .. 0,4t ..184.075 Memphis &. (Jharlef.ti tlissis1ppi and Tenr ton R. R Ini'laiid Iennca"eeK.ll. Louisville A KashvlHIc Ureal Southern K.R. Memphis A Little Ris k R. K fad ayah a, Mcnpuis u. M. steamers Wagons aud other soun-esJT. ......,. i,4i.i; :l s 9 I'm 7! as) 7 Total ,, 4,729 MM I'hus far this week . . . 8,510 Thus far last week 6,0115 Since September 1st 127.::',2 Slemphisand Cliarlcstnn R. R Mne-lsaippi and Tennessee railroad Luoisvllle & Nashville Oreat southern R. Jl -.teumers n"rth - Steamers south 2.5S0 has been (drawn.' A CAKB. To all who are suffering from the errors and In discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARUE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Hev. Josr.eH T. In man. Station P., New York Clt TROPIC FBI IT LAXATIVE. Total C,:!7i BY TELEORAPH."l i. "trams me tie markets as reported yesterday cu the cotton exchange: . Latest I State of, Price Telegrams I Market. Rec'ts. Middling. Firm. The Chief Characteristics of LApVE Ualveston New OrutatLs Mobile : Dull. Savannah Finn. Charleston 1 FaT, Wilmington unlet. Noriota Baltiinoro New York... Roston Philadelphia Quiet. Firm. Unlet. Firm. Steady. 5,4 11 : ' i. M 7,775 6,ij 1.28 ;.,iii "i',475 727 111 11 p2 12 The following are the New York spot quotations for yesterday : Ordinary, oc: rood ordiiiarj', lt"'y: low mlddliug, 11 9-16c; middling, T8o; good mid dling, 12e: middling fair, 13'sjc. At 10:25, noiii Lnalj at 12 20, quiet and tlrm; at 2:45, quiet and firm; at 8:10, quiet and Ann. Sales, SSI baks. Contracts, 900 bales. Stock, VKJSB bales. Thetoueof the future market was as follows: A the opening, steady at decline: 11:25, steady; 12:15, barely stcailv; 1:30, easv; 2:30, casv; 3:15, weak. Sales. 210.000 bales. The following shows the closing quotations of futures lu the New York market yesterday: Months. Yesterday. are its agreeable qitae ttits, mild properties, absolute freedom from irritating eathartic ac tion, subtile efficiency, and the peculiar merit it has of exerting and permanently re-establishing constitutional regularity. It is exempt from all the usual objections to drastic medicineirm the form of pills, liepjids, 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 gVadually 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 countries and climates), and under all circum stances. TROPIOFRUIT LAXATIVE is put up in bronzed tin boxes only. Airid imita tions. Ask your druggist for Deicriptive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor, , J. E. Hethekington, 36 1'rk ft ck. New York. January... ik i.ruary. . March April Hay June July Atifrns-t September-October November 1 December 1 The N.w Orleans 12c for middliuir 12.21 IJ22 : 12.3ma12.s8 12.53 12.tW.(ijl2.6t ; 12.7812.80 ! l'iSr12.!IO 12.04n4l2.ti7 13.Ot(.tl:;.05 12.47al2.53 ll.S2lt.S4 12.:tUtl2.ai 12.ui'.l.'.0i market ci. Hales, 3.SO0 bales Saturday. (912.30 12.50M1UX 12.74,$ 12. 75 12 82M12 83 12 .02112 95 13.0513.11 ; -l:: uY.il3.06 12.00Ql2.65 12.M0I2.M 12.1sai2.2U aed quiet at receipts, 8S19 ported bales. Slock. 202.077 hales. The IJverpool telegrams yesterday rep cotton linu. Sales, 14.000 bales, or which were American; receipts, l:700 bales, of which were American. Middling uplands, C 13-lud : Orleans, 7d. The Liverpool tclefrrams reported the market opened dull; November. 6 27-32(6 12 lt'sl; Novemlier Deei'inber. December-January', 27-32d; Januarj' Kebuarj ,r,7 n'it. l;v:rM: Pcbruary-Ma rch,02B :76vl: piil '-lii . i, '-l-,:u 1.', 10 J ; M i .lurie. 7 l-:t2&7d. At 1 $tir. J.uniary-Februarv. 6 2V32d ; I'ebruary' March. 6 27-, -2d; Manh-Airll, r",d; May-June, ti:tl-32d. At 1:10: November Dtwmlicr. lVcember Janiiary. o'Td: January-February. 0 1;'. ltd. At 5:1S: November, November Dec. mlier. r ZMU; Dcct'iuber-Jiuinarv, a 2-32d; JaTiuarv-Fetiruarv. O'Jd: Pebruary-Man h, 0 S4MH IMtdi Mar, h April, 6 13 lt'al; May-June, I MM. Futures at the close were -deady at the ilay's lowest pri. The movements at the ports were reported as fol -loin: This w. Last Yr FEED f'cffiinothtns doing; in store, r4'i5c, 1 Qaj. .-iii store. 48c. Itran sale of one cur-haid at j f20 jt); in store, SI 10 per cw t. Hav sale of j0 I bales choice mixed aud tiinnthv at (20 50, and 40 , hales choice timothy at J20 50; in store, fl 051 10 perewt. , FLOUR FknrtTUe exrra, $5; family, J5 50; . choice, IS fSta fancy, to 250 50. CORN MEAL Sales to arrive at $2 65 ; no stock on I hand. EiiETABLES Potatoes, in store. K 2.'fc2 it): Onion"- in store f lav I Jfi a barrel. Turnips, ilc 1 25 per bairel. Cvlory. itsui50e per hunch. FKUITS AND MERK1ES Apples in store 2 SL2. 75 ti barrel. Ora:ues Louisiana. Si 50,. p.r brl. Lemons, $4 505 per box. Cranbcrrli in barrels, tSiS9 50, as to quality; half barrels. So. Et-'iS AND BUTTER Egtrs, '2x ; some asking higher. Butter common. 12A16e: medium, .-. 1 20c; choice western, i82c; Oleomargarine, 1?9 20c. i'HEESE Factory at 12r4121: per pound ; cream, lauslOc: Young America, 1641. e. POULTRY Chixkens dull at $2 ft093: yonr. i 1w2jU; dressed, S2 nsj4:(. uuecs, 82 7.-.(i. Uc.se l.-' i 1''I'. Turkeys, $7(ijl0; dressesl, 0(cUc a pound. HOti PRODUCTS Bulk meats, packed clear !io6 side, 7Tic; clear lib, 7'aC; shoulders, 5tjc. Mess 72 ; nork. il 1 50. Bacon, packed clear side, fjf, clear rib, -" . : shoulders, 5Jc. Hams sugar-cured, 10' 4c. Breakfast bacon. Lard -tieroe.SJaSOSc: pails. 20 lb., 9fjc; 10 1b, 0Tii,7ii?sc; kegs, 9c. Jobbing rates, U9IS pit cent, above these quotations, which are for large Quantities. FRESH MEATS. Fore-quarters b?ef, 2V; Jtlnd-quarters, 4ii$5c. Hogs, by tU&satvass. r.' u 70 per n: country drcsstvl Ga. Sheep, DO. Sparc ribs, He per lit. OYSTER. per duzen cans, 84 and $5. bslUl -Venison by the carcass, 45c a pound ; saddles, staioi'. Rabbits, jl 2V;1 'si. Sooirn N. SI 25 a dozen. Mallard ducks, $2 50. Quails, $1 50. Sale of 35 dozen quail at 91 37,1-. MISCELLANEOUS. Hominy, $3 C033 ta a bar rel; grits, S3 0o3 K a barrel. Cider Missouri, 8 SO90 a barrel. White biiau medium, 81 90(9 2; Dried apples, 4,Kc ;ier pound; evaisirated. '.ie. Dried peaches, 5jc per pound. Apple butter, 7;;, v 8c a pou4- Mince meat, stic pc:risund. BTsala, 83 25 rates. Kraut, accortlinK to size of barrel. IBfl 10: 's-iv'. half barrel. Pips' Feet llarrcls, 88 75 9; half-harrels, l 'Sti 50; keifs, $2 152 2'.. (i ROC KRJES. Coffee, 1213c for ordinary, 11915c for fair, 10VJ17c for choice. Sincar ;ijiuisiaiiaopcti kettle, 7',i&it'; vellow clarified, 9c; off white, Oic ; snow white. otSatfJ-ic: cut loaf, tQifij granulated and powdered, llc; Molasses, 0947c: prime to choice, 4S(!.C. Tea imperial, 5580c. Rice Louisiana. OO'c; Carolina, 07c. Salt per oar-load, BS6; from store, fl 00 per barrel; coarse, per sack, 81 35 1 40; Cue, tl 05. BAGGING AND TIES. Bagging flax, lOiiillc. lute, 1J4 to 2 lbs, HVai2cjnixed, 1111V.c. Ties standard makes, S2 25; iiteceil and outside brands, tl 75. Twine, 17c per lb. BRICKS Hard, 810; soft, SO a thousand; fire brick, $4 5i4,5 a hundred. LIME AND CEMENT. Lime, 80c a barrei : Louisville cement, $1 05 a barrel ; Rosedale cement. Jl 75 a barrel: Portland. 85. HIDES AND LEATHER, ETC. Oak sole, 37(9 40c; Hemlock, 27iiaialc per lb.; harness, K940C; skirting, 3S42c; French calf, 840i per Oozet domestic calf. $3U IS per dozen. Hides dry flint, No. 1. lSiiC No. 2. 15c; dry salt, 14c; green, ficjic: green salt, 94c. Sheepskins, 50c31 50. Tallow, b i'rf.. Beeswax. 20c. V(K)L. 'I'ubwasbcd, 3540c ; unwashed. 2226c ; burry, 1520c BY TELEGRAPH. 1 K A 8 1 1 VI LLE, November 20. River rising rapidly, with 8 feet on the. shoals. LVANSYILLE, November 29. River 6 feet 11 inches, and rising. Weather clear and cold. ST. LOUIS. November 29. River stil falling. Weather turned cold again last night aud froze bard; clear now. NEW ORLEANS, November 29 Weather cloudy and rainy; thermometer ot;. Arrived: John A. Scuddcr, St. Louis; Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati. V1CKSBCUO, November 29. P.iver 10 feet 5 Inches by the gauge. Weather raining all even in; : thermometer, 40". Down: U. P. Schcnck, last night. PITTSBURG, November 29 Noon. River 1 foot 10 Incbea, and rising. Weather cloudy and rainy. Night River 1 fool 10 inches, aud station ary. Weather clear and cold. CAIRO, Novemtier 29 Noon. Weather fair and frc.'.in. Arrived: Commonwealth, Vicksburg, s a.m. Night River 5 feet 8 inches, aud falling. Weather fair: theruioui'.'tcr, 28. CINCINNATI, November 29 Noon. River 5 feet S inches, and tailing. Weather fair and cool: light freeze this morning. Arrived: Will Kyle and Charles Morgan, New Orleans. Night River 5 feet 9 inches, and falling. Weather clear and colder. Due: Andy llaum, Memphis. LOUISVILLE, November 29 Noou. River faH Ib& with 4 feel 8 Inches in the canal aud 2 feet 8 in.'lies iii the chute on the falls. Weather cloudy and chilly. Up: Andy Baum, last night, Memphis to Cincinnati The James 1). l"arker, is over due. The Golden City, has not arrived yet. She has been aground on Rising Sun bar. Night River frilling, with 1 fcjpt 7 inches in the canal and 2 feet 7 inches In the chute on the falls, weather cloudy and getting colder. Business good. Up: James D. Parker, Memphis to Cincinnati. Down: Golden City, Cincinnati to New Orleans. JIOVKUKMS UN THE LEYEE. Arrirah. Golden Rule, Cincinnati; Grand Tower, Vicksburg; James Howard, Cairo: Gold tbist, Cairo; Osceola Belle, Osceola: Mautnelle, Arkansas river; James Lee, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Arkansas City : Mollie 5Ioore, New Orleans; Annie 1'. Silver, New Orleans ; Coahoma, Helena ; Rene Macready, St. Francis river. DenorftMV. -Golden Rule, New Orleans; Go'd Dust, Vicksburg: Grand Tower, Cairo: Osceoin Belle, Osceola; James Lee, Friars Tolnt: Dean Adams, Arkansas City; Anuie P. Silver. Cain. In Porl. Maumclle, Coahoma, Hard Ca.li, James Howard Cherokee, George W. Cheek, Mollie Moore, Rene Macready. ttonta Due. Down: " Virgie LC4i. Up: John T, Moore. Rene Macready, Thcouas Sbcrlocki. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Helena Cochoma, George Malonu master, 5 p.m. Helena John T. Moore, W. J. Ashford master, 5 p.m. AnK.it.-sAS RivEii -Maumclle, Ed. Nowland mas ter. 5 p.m. Nkw Oai.m M . Jamea Ho van). J. II. Pepper muster, a 111. Sr. Francis Rivan Rene Macready, O. K.Jopliu muster, 5 p.m. Cincinnati Virgie Lee, G. Wash Thompson master, b u lu. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Mollie Moore 12IK empty oil brls. James Howard 4 bales cotton. Coahoma 11 bales cotton, 10 bags seed cotton, 7 pkgs mdsc. James Lee 235 hales cotton. 9 bags seed cotton, 41 s. sks cotton Mod, aud a iot 01 mdse. Gold Dust 120 bales cotton, 329 dry brls, 803 sis grain, lsi bales hav. l::l pkgs sundries. Osceola Belle 90 bales cotton, 26 bags seed cot tut.. 472 sks cotton seed, 7 pkgs sundries. Doan Adams 2-1 bales cotton, 117 bags seed cot ton, 710 sks pottos seed, 58 pks sundries. Annie 1. Silver :'s hhds sugar, 42 boxes rock and lye, Hn nk. uu.lries, lu l.rN it.oluse... Maumclle brought out of Arkansasriver479 bales cotton. 5 bags seed cotton, 349 sks cotton seed, 3 hd stock, 24 pkgs sundries. LOCAL IV.it I XOTES. Business fair. The weather ci mimics cold and cloudy. The Thomas Sherlock. Captain James Nichols, is due up, bound for Cincinnati. Receipts by river since last report. 1103 bales cot ton, lot? bags seed-cotton and 1995 sacks cotton-seed. The ferry boat John Overton brought over during the jast week 275 bales cotton and 600 sacks cotton seed. The river here fell eight inches in the twenty four hours Hi ding last night, 5.2 being the stage at that time. The Cherokee. Captain George Wolf, is an nounced to leave here to-morrow for New Orleans. The Charles P. Chouteau left New Orleans Sun day for this port. She will return the latter part of the week. The large propeller Alf Stevens came off the docks at Fort Pickering yesterdav, aud left for Hale. Point. The Gold, u Rule passed down from Cincinnati for New Orleans. .Sunday morning, loaded Hat and having a good trip of ieople. A large number of white laborers were working 011 the levee yntfcantey. Those unloading salt from a barge received four cents a barrel. Tbe John T. .Moore. Caulain Win. J. Ashford, is the packet this evening at a o'clock for Helena and all way bindings. VVuft Floyd presides in her LAplVE 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 the Faculty prescribe aud indorse it. J. T. FARGASON k GO. Wholesale GROCERS & COTTOX FACTORS Front street, Memphis, Tennessee, Merchant, 39 AJrn and Commission Cotton Factors IOO Clravier street, Xew Orleans, La. Cotton consigned to uant .ifemphiN or Kew Orlenrta will nave prompt and enretni attention. We constantly carry a large and carefully selected stock Staple and rancy urocenes, n .ties Liquors, Tobacco and igars at MEMPHIS, and will sell as low as tne lowest, we carry no sioca at cen Orlears. but for parties who desire it, wall make purchases in that market. DISPES8ARY. PORTER, TAYLOR & CO COTTON FACTORS DR. D.S.JOHNSON'S PRIVATE . Medical Dispensary, No. 17 Jcfl'erson Street. Between Main and Front, Memphis. f ESTABLISHED IN I860. DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all parties In te rested as by far the most successful physl cian in the treatment of private or secret diseases. Quirk, thorough and permanent cores guaranteed In every case, male or female. Recent cases of Gon orrhea and Svrvhilis cured In a few days, without I the use of mercury, change of diet or hindrance Irom business. Heeonuary sypnius. tne last vesiiEi AND- WHOLESALE GROCERS, Xo. 300 FROHT STREET - - MEMPHIS. CO 3 ET CD i 55 O H 3S IS s S3 S3 1 x X a o 9 x H S 53 5 3 Pi eradicated without the use of mercury. Involnntarj lofv of wmca Btopwctl lu a Short time SuftVmt from lmrotcncy or loss of sexual powers restore.1 to free vigor in a few weeks. VicUuisof self-ahun' and excessive venery, suffering fromspermatorrhed aud loss of physical and mental power, Bpecdliv and permanently cured. Particularattention paid to the Diseases of Women, and cures guaranteed Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remediea Piles and Old Sores cured without the nsc of caustic or the knife. All con en itations strictly confident. L Medicines ben thy express to all parts of the country Office hours from 8 a.m to 9 p.m. Sundays from g a.m. to 12 m. D. S. JOHNSON, M.D. TOYS,TOYS,TOYS! OANDY,PIREWOEKS,OIGAES AT THE WHOLESALE C.VM1V HOI SK OF 37 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS. rWedcllni o,xacl Fartle Bupplled. CAWSV Curtis & Co. StjP mrL WW a Bll to &!9 Nort.: icomJ Street, St. Lou;s, Mo. Manofsctorers of mery dmanptioo of C ircular, .Hill, und ( roa ut Haws) Whnlm.l. Pllllm In Rubber and I.i ntlicr lleltiiiK. lllc, llumlrcls, t'aut IIooUm, Saw (auimi'n, l)p.et nil all saw and Plnninn Mill Sapidles; Ma Hmakatona Iyockwooil'a I'lium BlsteJ I'irrular Smr. EVEltY SAW WAKKANTUII. : ""Carefc! attention to repair wort AjrsnU lor TANITE EMERY WHEELS mIchS0 Our Xew Illostratptl Catiiloum- nMlletl IVi o on appIit-viikMX, H. B. HOWELL. JOHN H. OOCKE. W. A. GAGE & BRO. COTTON FACTORS, 300 FROT ST., - - - TMK.a IIIIK. H. ii KSiKvimn. J. I WELbrOKD, Lnli' SI ml Kin t WallfvrU. Furstenheim & Wellford belonRini! or appertaininir Also, tbe following lot TROPIC-FRUIT LAXATIVE is put np iu bronzed tin boxed only. Avoid trni aion. Ask ycur druggist for Descrip tive Pamphlet, or address the proprietor, E. Hetherington, 36 Park Place, New York. CURE J- HOW TO Consumption. Coughs COLDS, ASTHXA, CROUP, VII Disease or the Throat, Lungs aind Pulmonary Organs, USE ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS ALLEN'S T.Trwn TtATigT. STEAMBOATS. Special IsToticc. SHIPPERS by the JAMK HOWARD . O will Dleaaa have their lota of cot-,i ton completetl by noon THIS DAY, November :ib. at which time the boat will leave for New Orleans. - AD STORM. Superintendent. FERRYBOAT OVERTON. ON and after WEDNESDAY. De cember 1st, the ferryboat John Overton will make onlv three trips er uay. Leaves Mound City at 7 :30, i a. m. and 1:30 ii.m. Leaves Memphis ut H:Sn, 11 a.m. and :',::ai p.m. Bad roads. Inclement weather and short days makes the change necessary for the time oeing. tils rl. riXjLr.M A, Steamer Overton. Special Notice-For White River WHOLESALE Grocers and Cotton Factors, STo. 2T6 Front street, - M emphis, Tennessee. llMASAW IRON WORKS! Randle & Livermore, Proprietors. No. 98 Second Street, Opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn. COTTOX-PREStSES, (.IV-s.r.VHIM:, Shafting and Pulleys, nil kinds Iron and Brass dialings, and Everything U Line o FOITXDRY and JIAI'IIINE-SHOP WORK. A. VACCARO. B. VACC'ABa). A. B. VACCARO. QTF.AMER HARD CASH, now in O port, will leave on her rcgularaf W KDNBSDAY, He. einl.cr 1. at i p.m. R. W. LIGHTBI KNE, Agent, 7 Monroe st. SPECIAL NOTICE. T7OR NEW ORLEANS The A No. 1 rCT a, J? Clipper steamer EROKEE.tKaSq55 Getirge VVolf master, now in port and ret-elviiiii, will leave WEDNESDAY, DeecmlKT 1st. at 5 p.m. For freight or pasaage aptdy on board or to stJ'.i i.-Ns. rasaenger Agent. A V. WE ARE HERE A M i.alMi TO STAT. TTIORIIELENA anu FRIAP.S 1-OINT . XTT" Ifc J"1 -The Iron Steamer JOHN T.,". r TTZaZ MOORE. Kates of Freight i iid passage less man any other line. For full information applv to R. W. LIGHTliCRN'K, Agent. 7 Monroe St. A. VACCARO & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, XO BM FROST STliKET. MEMPHIS. SHERWOODcfcCO Late Wheeler, Pickens & Co. Wholesale Dealers in TOYS Fancy Groods. ij ii"i us 6fleana Tl. Is Week. Iwt Week. RecelpU for 3 (lav. ....I M.OWj 6!,9M; 81.88S Exp ntoOreat Itrltaln.. 20.MM .4M Ean i, to Continent 'i-'.TUl 18.S28' 'Jl.Ti atock on band ! srj.W MB.S32I 6!vi.'ji(i Total n'tclptsat alH'nited states ports, !,'-';i.SV, l aics: nine date l7'j, 2,:J,171 ; s.ime date 187S. l.Ti'i.lAs. Increase nf receipts at United Slates ports this yeat. IJ0.6I0 !les. Toul foreign exports. l.'ja7S9 bales; but year, LHMsTi year before, srjl.sJ7. Total atock at all United States porta, I1!U19 balea; but year, SKI,': year before, WS.079. FINANCE. Duriutr tbe last week the banks reported nochancc in rates: buiineas was steady : earliange rceetred in verv liberal amounts, and the regular drain for discounts continued undiminished. In the local market next to nothing was doing. The excitement in the cotton market drew the atten tion of all the simulators in that direction. 1 he Nashville 4mM of Saturday, rcrts: " Ex 1 buuge on New York is taken by tbe banks at 1 otf, and is sold bv them at u r lUtm premium. There is much activilv lu Memphis and Charleston stock, an I the tendency is decidedly upward. Brokers arc bidding U and holding at t-VsU, w ith sales at U',. There is also a stroiu; speculative feeling in South aud North Alabama railroad stock. Brokcs here sre b;dlnr'J0and holding at UjpSk. As far as we know this is a speculative stock entirely, but our most macoaM nposMn are buying." Cbarles ton railroad stock has b"en entirely .itiiel here, the cotton "boom" overshadows lt. The (luadnUiuc y ciiWiM li .is ex: ltsl attention us lliie.ow ,'l llic 11H". al have tieen ri'aebisl. and the stam mill is to be rea,lv lo go out bv Jainmrj ; 11 0,1 many snare IsECiAI.. AdmiBlstrator'a Notice to Creditors. THK uudcrsc.'ued liaving qulitled lu the Probat. Court nl rtbelliy eirtllity Teliu., as adlniuU tsator of tbo etlc of J P. Holm.", deceased, no I eta hereby glv u in aP uenoii: bavingelalms lil us I .s-4'l t't.1f to ii'-seait'tl ut 1,1 hnu. niihin the time allow'ed by raw, oV ttn y trill lie foreser barre l. u. 1: uun t iU'.' AU I 01 1 r. M.1UU kv i,.',-n uild during Hie week, but prices are ir- regular The psrtprietors of the Memphis and Silver Cliff continue to reeelre good accounts, but In that region much uews caunol l ctpcctedut this Incle ment season. Exchange at our hanks is buying at i4 discount 011 New York and other prominent eastern points ; with three days' grace. a discount, selling at par. Ou New Orleans, ?j discount. sdl- I no ,1 t , 1 1 r Monev is loaned al X Per ecu'.. Slle:!iy county scrip. S3 buying. "!' aeiline. Shelby count'v bonds selling at par. X'ulou and i'ia. iters stock 110 Memphis and Charleston railroad stock, last sale at 4oS: Mississippi and Tennessee lirst mortgage bonds, ex-coupon. l'.NsJl: Mississippi and Teiiue e se, olid mortgage, 1 10. Iist sale of People's Insurance at ill: and of State National at loi Misis.v.ii pi levee lupinl .ting script selling at .M Mississippi lev-.-e coupons 01 scrip of ilistriet So. 1 selling at 17 to 18. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. Clearings. Balances. November StS5 Ml S ,7471 04 Same time last week ssi,si5 7ii :tt.,.4t 89 same lime last year S.'d,UUQ IB)MbM BY TELEGRAPH. NEW ORLEANS. November 'A-Xcw York sinlil i exehaiige, jar; sterling eaihanee bankers' bills, ! K PARIia November 1. -Rentes. Bt tXSCZ It t nn- 1 dersttHsl that a withdrawal of li,6U0,UU0 francs from the Bank of France for shipment to America bus ; been arranged. LONDON, Noveinla.r JJ- Oonaolf. 10(1 VIA; new ISa, 115; is, U6Va: lUinob, central, Pennsylvania Central, l4,: New Vork iVutral, ljO; Erie, l'."3 ; see. mi, Is. uif, Reading. X'. The I amount of bullion withdrawn from Use Bank of England to-day on balance was XISVOOO, of which I tun CISi.OOO is for shipment to New Vork. NEW YORK, November ."J. iioney active at 6 , per tent ; closing at 6 percent. Prime mcrcan Ule isiissr, 'iper cent. Sterling oxehangp bank bills weak , 79: demand, itilji The itringeii. cy in money Increased during u.e. .'ln.oin. ntid towards llic" floso ;c ;er (licni was paid l addi tion t., the 1 ....! inu-rt st. At the bunks the mil- nwin rale as l per cent, 0111 me oaiiss iiisicau 01 leaders, were iu many i tonii euua ;o NEW YORK, November J9. Flour heavy ; super fine western ansi Slate, S3 &.'( I 3, Wheat neav with light exiKirts and demand: ungraded re SI lo. Coflee oulet. Sugar iu fair demand ami firm: iair to good refining, quoted at-75a' Mohisses ouict and unchunecd: New quotcil at Mane. Ru e steady with a lair demand. Pork dull and nominal. Lard heavy; prime Item, 8.ltt9c. CINCINNATI, Novembers. Flour weaker: fam ily, J5(So30; fancr, f-r jOijjti ir. Wheat weaker: No. 1! amber, SI 07; No. red winter, $1 OH. Corn easier: No. '.' mixed, joe; new shelled. 17e. Oata firm: No. mixed. We. Rye dull und drooping; No. ". Me. Barley active and linn; No. 'J full. SI. Pork dull at $IS. Lanl easier. . Bulk meats demand light, but holders lirm: shoulders. ! ' : clear rib, 741'. Bacon scarce aud linn ; clear, SjjC. Whisky active and Arm, tl 11. LOUISVILLE. November 29 Flour irregular; extra. i3 i'vii l '"0; family. ST. 7.'efW 'J.": higher grades toA5 35; choice faiu v, in Ml A, Wheat steady. 1105. Com active, lirm and higher: No. '2 white. lti(iilc; No. ? mixed. 47c. Oats active, firm and higher: No. Iwhlte, 37'c; No. 2mixisl. 441 fe. Rye .irong and higher: No. 2. Si. Hiy steady. Sis ra s Pork quiet, SI I. Lard in fair demand ; prime team. sWc. Bulk mciita easier; shoulders, IV : clear rib, 1 37.10e ; clear sides, ':2Sfyl. 'v. Bacon none in the market. Sugar-cured hams none in the market. Whisky lirm, f 1 11. ST. LOUIS, November 2. Flourdull and lower; e!r f -..,: In'blc extra. Ht lit hu.il v. S . ,'.-..-.; ehoiec to fancy. So Wen 7" Wheat loner and unsettled: No , 'J rcl. Sltt'i'Jiil 0.".?. cash: SI OS .(91 OX't December. 1 ir..'. 1 eiici 1 0s' Janu arv, Jl 12'i 1 141 143i February, SI Hii! 14 M'arch: No. 3 nd.SiaSl 02H C2'i: No.4retl.se,i.si 9.V it: Corn lower ; 42ic42Cc cash and Novemlier 4-2'.'&2mC Dcccniber, 4,ir,U:tc January. 4:.,ta 4!'e rebruarv, 4;P4ft44:;; a-' March. Cats lower SB' . :.. 1 ash. -. ''id 1 ember. 11', c Jai.uarv s-ATv v hlirher. flue. Whlskv stca.lv. tl 12 Port ,liill 111:; 7" cash Si:'. 45 Juniuirv. !- silt meats lower, 4.40, C N)7c. Bacon dull l.t s'c. Lard nominally lower, X. 40. CHICAGO. Novemlier Floiinlall and nomi nal. Wheat, in fairdemanil but at lower rate No. 2 red winter. SI n7; No. 2 Chicu 1 117" .! IIS Cish St M for January.' SI in" 4 February. Corn .lull and lower at 41'. iash and Uecciniicr. 4je janu.ir). tiVijtfiV May. Oats dull und lower; jjc can 1 c December, 32,sjc bid for January. :Wic bid for 'v Rv si. ,idv at flic Burlev steady : SI 01 bid. Hull mi llli il und loner but active: SI;Ml3 50 cash IU 10 for November and Decenilier, $13 M(i 13 5"' ., January, tls 67SS13 70 Tebruary. Laid aelive but lower: 8.4-V cash nd IC,- lllber. s :, KAV January, B.t9MtfMtC February. Bulk meuls in fair demand but at lower rales; shoulders, 4.40 : shoti rib, 7c; short clear, USo. Whisky steady at tl 12 The Rene Mu .... Capuin O. K. Joplin, is tbe backet this evening ut 5 o'clock for all points on tbe St. Francis river. A. L. Banning is her atten tive clerk. -The Coahoina.Caj'tain George Malone, is the Lee liner this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena and all way bindings. Ed. Crowcli and.Chas. Leftwieh are her clerk.--. The James Howard, Captain James H. Pepper, is the Anchor-liner to-day at 12 o'clock fi r New Cr-lei-Tio H.,d 'ill intermediate landings. Archie Wooda i- her clerk. me -laanielle. Captain Ed Nowland. is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all points ou Arkansas river. Jimmy Thompson and Jos. Dukes are her clerks. The An'de 1'. Silver, from New Orleans for Cairo and St. Louis, passed up yesterday morning with lot' tons of freight, after putting off a lot ol sugar and miscelluneiitis freight. The Grand Tower, from Vicksburg, passed up Sunday evening, having 011 board Cooper & Jack son's circus 011 their way to St. Louis. She put off nothing here, but added 4G0 Laics of eastern-bound cotton. The Hottta Moor", of the Kountz line, arrived from New Orleans early yesterday laoniiug and put off 1246 empty oil barrels. She renniins here with the prosiicctbf getting a trip for New Orleans. The St. Louis dramaaerr boat, Charles Rebstock, now IvinT at this DMit. has been ordered to be sold December 13th. The Rebstock is a new boat, four mouths old. and he-a carrying caoaclty of alaiul 120 tons. Shots of liirht drttncht with eood Isiwcr. The Virgie Lee, Captain Q. Wash Thompson, wi 1 be found m port this evening at 5 o'clock for all points on the Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. The vireic Lee aives chean rules to all points north. James Surtccs will be found in charge of her office. The Hird Cash. Cautain Ed C. Postal, is th packet to-morrow evening ut 5 o'clock for all Tsiints nn White river, coin? throueh to Jackson port. Charles M. Postal is in the office. Hereafter the Hard Cash will leave on her regular day, every Wednesday. The W.J. Poitevent, which sunk iii theHatchie river bLst 1 riday, will probably prove a total loss, the recent ruins having caused a considerable rise in the river, a Icn-foot swell being reMVtad Satur day. She was valued at SoOOO and insured for S20n0 t-ueh in the I Ilobe. National and e-tern lBMirtini.e offices, of Cincinnati. A few hmnlred dollars worth of salt and other goe.,1-was nil ti e lo-s s tuiued by our local companies. Had no accident happened she would have brought iu a big trip 01 cotton. mtsiu. John CaiTrcy, a well-known mate, is in the city. George Franz, of the steamer T. F. Eckert, is at Gustous. Captain F. W, Be. lard, f St. Louis, is reg s ered at Gaston's. Pilot Ismwl C. woodruff is a passenger on tbe Golden Rule to New Orleans, uottng the different ehaliges in the rivers. llFUot Briee I-urscl'., of the Golden Rule, passed an examination for eo'or blindness at Cincinnati, 011 Saturday last, and received his certificate. aptain I'ursell lias been following bis proreaslOU lor tliiny- etcni years A were the fol ou ine i-ombinc.tion: Messrs. Buseh. Robinson. Denwun. Curd, n.1111111. Tllnliiil Warwick, Shuw, Hall and oland; iUs Ella Bolen: 1 is. itoguu una wue, J. L. Viigianand wife and J. A. Stupel, wne and son. FOR ARKANSAS BIVER. MemphLs and Pine Bluff 0. S. Mail Line. F"or Pine Bluff, Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith. Maillliello, krr E1. Nowland master Jus. N. Thompson . . .clerk Leaves as above THIS DAl , Nov. 30th, at 5 p.m. For freiirht or iiassage' apply to JOI1N N. HARBIN. Sup't 294'- j Front st. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis &. Ohio River Packet Co For Loui&vme and C'luolnnatl. The Elegant New Passenger Steamer Tirgle liee, ,rrTZ (I. V. Thompson, rnafter Joe Snrtce clerk Leaves TUESDAY, Soy. 30tb, at 5 p.m. For freight or Kussiige applv on board or to R. V. LIGHTIIKRNK, General Freight and Ticket Agent, Xo. 7 Monroe street, Memphis. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Packet CHILDREN'S WHEELED GOODS, WOOD AXO WILLOW WAKE. 310 Main Street Opposite Peabody Hotel. C. B. MOORE. G. T. BASSETT. Moore, Bassett & Ce DEALERS IN DOORS, SASH AID MOLDINGS, HI I Ms. LI MBER. LATH AM) MMM.M v N0S. 351, 353, 359 AND 385 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Supreme Court Sale of Real Estate. In the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson E. M. Appereon, Executor ot Wade H. Bolton, deceased, vs. Charles Jones et al. ; and R. J, Black, Administrator, vr. Charles Jones et al. "TN pursuance of the decree pronounced by the X Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson, April 14, 18S0, in these eonsolidated causes, I will oOer for sale, to the hiehest bidder, at the southwcM corner of Main ana Madison streets, in the city ol Memphis, on Monday, December . 18SO, the lots or parcels of land mentioned and described in said decree, as follows: A eertain lotof land situated in the city of Mem phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and bounded as follows: It being lot No. ;io9. as laid down on the plan of the city of Memphis, and beginning at the northeast corner of the interpection of Monroe and Peeond streets in said eitv; running thence north with the east line or side of Second street 74 feet 3 Inches; thence cast 148 xeet 6 inches to an alley; thence south with the west side of said alley 74 feel 3 inches to the north side of Monioe street; thence west along the north side of Monroe street 148 feet 8 inches to the point of beginning, together with all the improvements and appurtenances thereto or parcel of land situate in Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and being part of lot No. 98, as laid down on the plan of the city of Memphis, being on the west side of Main street, between Monroe and Union streets, it boiug the thin! lot and storehouse south of Monroe street on the west side of Main street. It being lot No. 3 in the subdivision of said lot 98, between Lrdia M. Jenkins, Thomas J. Tnrlevand J. M. Williamsou, which is fully shown by the deed of partition be twecusaid parties, of date April 14. 1853, which ii of record in book No. 14, pages 236 and 237 ol reoord of deeds of Shelby county, to which deed reference is mode : said lot fronting 18 feet 9 inches on the west side of Main street, ana running back between parallel lines 70 feet to an alley, and bounded ou 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 on the north bv lot No. 2 of said subdivision of lot 98. new owned by estate of Thomas J. Turley; upon whieh lot i a iour-story brick storehouse, now known as No. 317 Main street, in Memphis, to gether with Improvements thereon. The said lot No. 358 first above described, will te subdivided and sold ii several parts, separately, si follows: 1. The rear part o the lot, that is the part on the east side which h j between the alley on the east and a line parallel with the west boundary ci the alley, becinning at a point in the south bound ary of tne lot, the north line of Monroe street and four feet cast of the brick dwellinghouse, which point is estimated to be 4SU feet from the south east corner of tbe lot, and running thence north wardly and parallel with the west boundary of tbe alley to the north boundary of the lot No. 358. 2. The parcel of lot 358, on which is the brick dwellinghoue, consisting of two tenements frou'. ing on Monroe street, shall be divided into two narts. the partition line between which two part thai be a line passing north and south ihroutzh tl I center of the brick wall which divides the hotUrt into two tenements, aud extending from the south boundary of the lot to the north boundary, ana four feet of ground lying east and adjoining thr east tenement, and extending from Monnw street to tne norm boundary ol lot ana oounaea ct, the east by the west boundary, hereinbefore desls nated, of the part next hereinbefore describe. shall belong to. and be a part of, the lot on which is the east tenement. The parcel on which is the west tenement shall have the use and privilege for ever of the four-feet alley extending Irom the north boundary of Monroe street to the north boundar of the lot, in common with the owner or owners ol the part of the lot 358, ou which are the four store frontins; on Second street. 3. The lot or parcel fronting on Monroe street whereon is the western of the dwellinghouse ten einents, bounded on the south by Monroe street north by the north line of lot 358, east by the west' em boundary of the last described parcel or lot, which weste'rn boundary is the Una extending through the center of the wall which divides the two dwell inghoui tenements, and on the west by the line at the outside of the vtat wall of the western tenement, extending from MMHW street to the northern line of lot 358, and winch western line is about 4 Tact from the ca-t face of storehouse fronting on Second street. 4. The part of the lot fronting on Second aud Monroe streets, and whereon are four brick store, shall be divided into four parts, the first of which shall be bounded on the south by the north line ot Monroe feireet. on me norm ny a una extenar-i: from the west line of the building, and lot 35b through the rciner or tue partition wall which di vines ine soum si.,n r::m mat situate nes uonu oi il. i ne mcouu oi wuicn purut tuiaii i. e the lot on which is the storehouse next north ol the last described part, which second lot shall lo bounded on tbe north by a line extending from the west wall of the house eastward ly to the east side through the oenler of the brick partition wal which divides this second storehouse from he storehouse' Mat worth of tue utiu socoud store house. The third of which 'arts shall be. the lot on whieh ts the third storehouse, to-wit: the lot next north of the said second lot, and is bounded ou the south by the before-described north boundary of the said second lot, and on the north bv a line extending from the wet line of the building and j iot 3as to tne east siue oi tue east wan oi tne house, through tbe center of the partition wall which divides said third storehouse from the store house next north. The fourth of which parts is the lot on which b tne lourtn ornortn storenou.se, and is bounded on the south by the north boundary of said third lot, to-wit: aline extending from the west line of the building and lot 358, eastwarJly through the cen ter of the partition wall which divides it from the third lot, and the north boundary of said fourth lot is the north boundary of lot 358 and the north face ot the most northern of the four storehouses, parcels or lots. The enst boundary of each of these lots is the line on w hi:h is the east face of the eat wall of the storehouse building, and this line be gins at or about a point in the south boundary ol thelot358, about 53 feet eastwardly of the south west corner of the lot 358, aud runs northwardly with the east side the east wall of the storehouse building to the north boundary of Uje lot 358. The alley of four feet width, between the storehouse buildings and the dwellinghouse building, sh5ll be held and enjoyed forever for the use and privil ege of the owners of the storehouse lots in com mon with the owners of the adjoining lot, whereon is the west tenement of the dwellinghouse build ing. Eaoh of the said storehouse lots will be sold separately, and the lots whereon are tbe two dwell inghouse tenements, and the lot on the east end ol lot 358, will be soM separately. The several purchasers of the storehouse lots shall have the privilege and right for three monthE next after confirmation of the report of sale to make use of the present stairways which go above, and of the halls on the second and third stories for the purpose of erecting partition walls on the existing wall the present brick present aud super-added partition walls shall be party walls between tbe adjoining owners. The purchasers will be put iu posse&siou of said property on compliance with the terms of sale. A map and plan of subdivision of said lot 358, in accordance with the foregoing, will be exhibited on the day of sale. leruis ot sale &ix, twelve, eighteen ana twenty H. B. Howell fe Co GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 268 Front Mtreet, Mem phi. .CAPTAIS RALPH W0RMELEY WILL SELL OUR 1 OTTO!. JAMES YON UK. F. H. WHITE. J. W. 'AI.WEL1 J.W. Caldwell & Co. SUCCESSORS TO F. M. WHITE & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 33Q Front street, emphi. ejnneggee. DILL ARD & COFFIIw COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 302 AND 304 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. J. R. ttODWUT. L. 1). Ml LLINS, Jr. S. M..M'. U.l.iJM J. R. GODWIN Cotton Factors, Com. AGENTS FOB THE STAR COTTON GDI, 336 Front afreet, cor. Union, Memphis, TVnn. &CG. Merchants A. M. BOYD & SONS COTTON FACTORS, 264 FRONT ST., COR. COURT, MEMPHIS. Weight of Cotton reported on recelpi. J. '. Neely. S. H. Brooks. H. M. Xecly Brooks, Neely & Co. S Wholesale GroceTs, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 367 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn, Fulmer, Burton & Co WHOLESALE AND COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 Main St., Memphis. is from tne third tlor up, resting upon partiUoii walls below, and tue four montns; purchasers execnilijg notes bearmjz merest from (into tor tne DimUiise mo:u-v. wild ipproved persoual security, and a lien retained on he lots until Mid n 'f.es are paid. E.:uitv of re demption bantnl. JtilN H. FREKMAN, Clerk. W. M. Randohh. H. Clay Kine. Wrisrht A McKia- ick. I).E. Myers. Bol.irfU.rft. Re;"!" r Inl4kiHiifeiit cm pill White River Packet Fur Augusta, Jack Scarry, and way points. aeni iax'!: and nport. The regular indepeu- HARD CASH, ,grr :. Postal, muster I r. Postal, cl'k.dRSlBjlBP will leave Aiempms evbki nt.it.MiUAi, ou and after Wednesday, Sept. 1st, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to " K. W. LKJHTBL'RNE, oIouetopPebodyJlnte So. '2 Chicago siring, , Decccmber.il 0-.' bid FOK ARKANSAS CITY. rorArkmsas City and Pine BlnflTR. R. Adams O. 8. Mail Line steamer For Helena, Friars Point. Arkansas 1ty and Pine Bluff R. R. DEIX A 1A JIS. Mfirk EL Check muster ; A. L. Cuniiniii .mc Leaves as above and all way landings every MON DAY and THURSDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting at Arkansas City every Tuesday with steamer Geo. W. Cheek for Greenville and Vicksburg. J. T. WASHINGTON', Agent. .V,, Madison fit. STEELB ARBED FENCE WIRE SEND FOR CIRCULARS AM) PRICES 310 and 312 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. ANDREW STEWART. Sew Orleans. ANDREW I). (.hvsm;. nempnii. P. H. HAIKT, nempbis. linoiu? the pussengi-rs by the Coahoma yesterday re the following, members of the Mabt'l-Nonou PICKED VI ADRIFT. By order of Inspector Read, all lights between St. Louis and Cairo will be discontinued from and after Xovemler :soth, until the reopening of navi gation. Captains Kirk and Carlton arrived in New Or leaus from Mobile Saturday with forty-two levee laborers. Thirty-four of this number were placed ui.u the John V. Cannon, ami the other eight were placed upon the R. E. Lee. The steamboat captains nave been taught a lesson which it is to be hoped they never will forget, aud that lesson is, "lu union there is strength. " TOW1SOATM AND BIRGK8. The Transit, with a tow of coal for this port, eon signed to Messrs. Brown t Jones, bruke one of her pumps when near Fort Pillow, and the Storm So. 2 ueut up and brought the boat and tow to this port. A new pump was received Sunday from I.ouisville. ineuuloa'Uug ot llic sail uarges oi me siuna So. 2 was completed Yesterday, and she will prob ably leave for Cincinnati to-day with a tow of emptlca rbnncea in Light. The following is a list of lights changed, discontinued aud new letwecn Vicksburg. Missis sippi, and Sew Orleans, LSVdatttBA, by United States steamer Joseph iicnr" Changed Hi, o landing, moved up ,'jOO yards; New Town, moved up NO yanls; Ashley Field, moved down 40O yards; Bougercs, nioved down 20U yanls; oppowlvl 'Duncan's is, int. moved up 300 jards; laou Kula. showsa red light. Discon'inued Bruensbun.', Soveinber 17, 1880; Ashley avenue. No. 2, Sovember 18, 1880. New Ri'dnev. November IS, isso; King s point. November 18. 1880: Ford's point, November 19. lS8t ; Dunn's. November 19, 1880; Upper Tunica, Sovem bar SO, I8B0; Point Coupe. November 21, 1S80. FOR ST. FRAKCIS RIVER. SlempIilH and St. Francis River V. S. Mail Line The new and elegant passenger steamer Kene JfLncreauy, O. K. Joplin. master I Banning, cl'k( Will leave Memphis EVERV TURSDAVaud SAT URDAY EVKNINGS, at 5 p.m., for Marlanna, the Cut-off and all intermediate landings. . . : : - FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. HII.T HARRY 1,1 M: Memphis Whlta and Rlaek River F. N. Mail Packet. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devalls Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta. Jacksouport, West Point, Searcv, BatesviLle, Powhattau, and Pocahontas, The new and elegant steamer Josie Harry, r-C Will leave Memphis EVERY SATURDAY, ut r,p. m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. S. mail packet MILT HARRY for Powhattan and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batearille and Upper White river. Through rates to all poiuta. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. P.. W. LKUITBURNE, Agent, 7 Monroe St. FOR HELENA. SAFE RITTKIt.H. baiug ladcr, wero iu iuu aa loiiii eiie MKW ORLEANS. November 09. Flour quiet but stcadv; supertiue. H75U; XX. S4 aOj.i; XXX, $:.$: i".; higher gTades. Jo 40Of. :!7, Corn tirm at 70 c7'.V. Oats steady, with a good demand, 4'j."0o. Cornuieal jobbing. feltfiSSa Hay strong and higher: prime. $2s ; choice. t2t;io. Pork dull and nominal at il I. Iard scarce and tlrm ; tierce, re flned. jc : keg. Sif Bulk meatsquiet : shouders, S'.j-; clear rib, TV.c; clear aides, 7V- Bacon ouiet: shouhhrs, clear rib, s7c: clear. 9c. Sogtr-oureil hams stcadv; canvassed. '.'in" . Whisky steady: western rectilled, $1 07ti! 1-' Coilee steady, with a fair demand: Rio cargoes, ordinary to prime. IIVjIUV- Suvr active and firm; I omm m to good common, b -y : fair to folly fair. 6,tuyi,j: commou to chon-e, 7n': vellow claritied. 7l4ss'c. Molassis active and ilnu; common to chofee, :35c ; rentrlhigal. a'di iy-; (air, aa(i;e; prime to choice. 40.il7c. Rn-e m gol demand at full prices: Loufpsaa oMlnary to ch..i,v. f.sT'-'sC. DRV IJUODS. NEW YOP.K, Sove:nlr 29 - Cotton good, uilrly active in SKj bunds, and prices remain tlrm with an upwartl tendency. Fruit of hsun bleached shlrtiugaarc advanced a half cent. Prints slug gih but stcadv. Men's wear wooleus in irregular demand, but "spring catoimeres are rather iporo aotlVe. Foreign good, quiet. CREDITOR'S NOTICE. Notice to Creditors. THE insolvency of the estate of Henry Williams, deceased, having been tuggested in the Pro bate Court of Shelby connty on Tugust 25 ltgp, j gome of the creditor!, a:ul .:...! euurl huving or dered me (o uiake publication of the same: Tlicrc ioro, t.oiit is hereby Riven u the onnlttors of said Henry Williams to Hie their rlaims w ith the clerk nl sam eoOrt on or before H e r., nun day ol January, 1W1, or ihesau;e will be forever barred. II. M. JAMES, Adm'r of Henry Williams. llKtti: & Worguu, Attorney!. tue Lee Line Steamers For Gleulale and II elt na The elegant passenger steamer Coahoma, .-Elfs George Malone. ..master! Ed Crowell . .clerk Will leave EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage ap ply 011 Doaru, or o. 6 iuauisou street. JAMES LEE, Jr., Sop't For Helena and Way Landings. The new Iron Palace Steamer JOHN T. MOORE, Wm. J. Ashford master n. wash. Hovd. elerl Will leave as above every TUESDAY', THURS DAY and SATURDAY' at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. R. W. LKiHTBI'RNE, Agent, 7 Monroe st. Stewart, Gwynne& Co Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, os. 356 and 358 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee. STEWART, BROTHERS & CO., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, JEWORLEAXS, EOUISIAtf A. FOR OSCEOLA. 1 1 i-w . .1,1 , v. . Mail Packet For Ran dolph, Fulton, Osceola and way landings. Osceola iii lie. Coooer. master I Wm. Smithers. cl'k ni.i Ron .ii.iij mi.,.-. l.-v i , r. bi'.i r- DAY and FRIDAY , at 5 p.m. For information ap ply on board, or to No. 3 Madison street If j&2$ SS3E. k.j LEE LINE STEAMERS. For (ilendale, Helena and Friam Point. James l.ee, Stack Lee. master 1 Whitlow, clerk. w ill leave as aoove oh every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at -i p.m. Office. No. 9 Madison street. E.GIXES. STAT I OX A Awanled Hi V i po-tHms. A V & PORTABLE ALL SIZES. lal at Centennial Kxtiibltlnn lot itol Purls. Mrciicth. sol:tUl, HILL FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 296-20S Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts Cor. Third and Locust streets, Ht. ILouis. Wormeley & Goodman, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchant? OFFICE REMOVED TO fljo. 268 Front street, corner Court, Memphis. LEMON k GALE, WHOLESALE Dry Goods, Notions, Clotbin;. CEMENT! Louisville, Boseuale, English and American Portland. LIME! st. Tamils Alton, Capo and Olencoo. I) T 4 CTPIJ f Michigan, Iowa, New York and Imported Brands. X AJJiJ X 111 IX I isavFlne Plasters a Sprcialty. THORN Sc HTTNKINS, 309 and 311 S. 12th St., ST. LOTUS. SchooMA, Hanauer I Co. Wholesale Grocers, CottonFactors 256 and 258 Front Street, Memphis. WE OFFER TO MEftCHAKTS OXLY ClliX KH1 SAILS. Chnncery Sale of Roul EsUte. No. IOCS, R. (Chancery rmirt of Shelby countv Charles i'ollius, puaralnn. eU, for Anna and Camilla Pope, ts, Anna Tone et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for tale, entered in the above cause on the 2Gth day oi March-. 1T4. aud renewed, etc.. October 7. lKTfi. and amended, etc., December 17, 1870, and renewed Oc- toherJ"J, 1877. ana May 17. 1H. anu Movemtxr li, 1KS0, 1 will sell at nublic auction, to the higheM bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master'B office, Courthouse .Building, Main street, Memphis, in the Taxing-District of Shelby county, Tenn., On Katiintni , herembt r 4, .-.so. within legal bouri, the following described prop erty, tituated in Sbelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: i.i hi ; in i:n ini in .M' li-i'iir, i.n-i niiuvtu nun nv- Bcribed upon the plan of said city as a part of lot No. f70, and bounded a.s follows, to-wit: Betn ning at a stake ou the south side of Madison Btreet 143 feet MM DMdMi I nst of the eastern line of of Fourth street (Mid Fourth street being 50 feet wide, and taken off' the west part of lot No. 509); running thence eastwardly with the south side of Madison street 18 feet tl inches to a stake; thence southwardly, at right angles with Madison street, 148 feet G inches; thence westward.' parallel with Madison street. H feet 6 inches to a stake; thence northwardly with the east line of lot No. SCO, 14 feet six inches to the beginning on Madison street. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months pur chaser executing note bearing interest at six per cent. Lieu retained, etc. This November 8, 1880. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. OL W. Metcalf, and Jam agin fc Frayser, Sols. 2000 Cases toM CAN GDCES TBISTEE SALES. Special attention given to Consignments Cotton. 1 W. ROWLETT & CG Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 355 Front Street. Memphis, Temit. MEMPHIS FLORAL COMP'NY Salesroom, 357 Main Klrvet, HORTICULTURAL OA I DENS, End of Hernando Street Uailroatl. PLANTS,BULBS0SES,SHRl3BERY 1 CUT FLOWEBM Artlitically arranged for Wcddlnica, Pnnerala, do. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. T. A. Ij A MB cte CO., Pixvp'r. Truslce's Sale. TTKDER and by virtue of a eertain trust deed tc LJ me executed, of date 26th October, 1876. and recorded lu tne Kcgisur s oliice ol bneloy county. In book No. 115, page 350, 1 will, on Kalnrdny, Jnnnnry 8, 1881, between the hours of 12 o'clock m. and 2 n.m.. in front of the courthouse building, iu the city of Memphis, sell at public outcry, to the highest bid dcr, for cash, the following described property, sit uated in Shelby county, state of Tennessee, and described as follows: Itegiuningat a point 140 feel from the southw est oomerCtallUM and Fifth streets, south on Fiftb strict; thence west parallel with Gaincsstreet to Fourth street -!')0 feet: thence north with Fourth street to Gaines street 140 feet : thence cast with Gaines sirc-t to Fifth street 400 feet; thence south with Fifth street 140 feet to the points of beginning, in Fort Pickering Equity ol redemption waived. W. C. FOLK ES, Trustee, Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a trust docd to me by R. F. Loone and his wifi. L. M. IXHiney, dated Augus'? 1". lv7:,, and recorded in book 10S, page 48, of the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, for the purpose of securing to N. J. Viggin the pv mcnt ot certain indebtedness therein described, which indebtedness is still unpaid, 1 will, at the request of the legal holder of aaid debt, ou Tties day, tlip Twrnly-Urat day of Decvmlxr, A.I. I8.SO, between the hours of 11 o'clock a.m. and 1 o'clock p.m. of that day. at the front dooi of the courthouse of Shelby county, Tennessee, on Main street, in Memphis. Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, atpubac auction, for cash, certain real estate described in suid deed of trust, fal lows, to-wit: Beiit the whole of a certain Eleven and One-half Acre Tract, more or U'ss, situate on the northeast corner of I'oliywood an Can ave nue, in Shclbv o u.tty Tennessee, aud more fully described by deed from N. J. WiiK'n to Joseph Hodgmaa, recorded in BecUttT'a. SSoa of Shelby county, Tennessee, said it,c-J being dated January 8, 1872. Equity of rwlemption barred ; title good. I will sell ayd tonvcy as trustee. T. J. HARCIU'S. Trustee. CO J. H. M DAVl i r, I.nte or C. W. loyer A Vo. J.H.M'DAVITT& WHOLESALE GSOCEE , Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, S30 Front St.. bet. Atluuw and Jeflernon, Meniplili. Tenn. IBERAL AltVANCEA MAUS MX oSI; M I VI V we KAVK M I HI i THIS m services of J. M. JAMES, who w ill give his personal attention to the Handling an, I Bale of ( ottou ajnjW:JV:JAjljSSwho will ilevote his stU-nt on hi the OnK ery Department. Mi mi.lii.. Sent 4 1K80 ' W. i. Oalbreatn. J. M. Fowlkes. TYPE FOl'MJItY. ATTOR3fEYS.4T.L4W. JAMES 11. MALONE. H. C. WATSON MALONE & WATSON, ATTOBSEY N-A T-I. A W, 1ST CURE Is made from a Simple Tmpical Ienf of Rre Value, audlsa POS1T1VK RKHKIIV lot all the dis eases that cause pains in the lower iart of the body for Torpid Liver. Headaches. Jaundice, pm. xiuess. Gravel, Malaria, and all 4UQcultiAR of tike Kldnvvs, Ltvcrand DdOaiJ vlrgari.. 1 ir lm Hlcji, UtMU) Menatiuatlo"'- amJ during Preptaucy, tt has ri MaaL n restores the organ-; gat M ak R the !.: 1. and hetice is the best HIimmI Hurlller. It is tl:o only Mn reliiedv that cures i . tor itiabeu-a utm HaTa IXniM im 'nr. For sale by druggists and dealers at SI 25 per JotUe. Large.! bottle in the market. Try It. 11. 11. YY A ICS KM A CO., Koch. si. r, .V T. S M V KINO'S STREET. .MEMPHIS. -MEMPHIS. mTiwuocinn vsv 4rttr o.m IVn o WWWl lJAoaivCi niAvn .ius. wAiv d yfXjy STREET uluh i'.i me neatin oi our w.' 1 J trade this season, fttock or laeneral ueienmne.. 10 oner every lacinty in Terms and Prices that can be had iu other cities' empais, em..IWWIMIr 1. 1 SHQ. T.TT'MTWO'V & GALE E. I.. WAXKER. I.. It. WALKER. use H ass. MoauAM, late Chancellor. L. B. McFapah j Xorgau & McjfVirland, Attomeys-at-Law, 2'2 Madison street, Memphis, Tenn. WHEAT. WHEAT Hauler make Money with V. T. SOLTLB CO., 130 hm tvalle street, Chicago, 111. Write for particulars. WALKER'S SONS & CO. AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 276 Front Street, near Cotton Exchange, Memphis. We have secured the sen-lees of Mr. G. H. JUDAII, who w(U give his exclusive attention to the sale of Cotton. Liberal advances made on Cotton Consignments BY PERMISSION WE REFER TO--Mevcr, WoUs ot Co., New Orleans; ManhaUan Bank Memphis B. Loweustein A Co., Memphis; KriVHl nail Bros., Memphis ; Bice, SUx A Co., Memphis. " 1GH Fine Srr-- - . Cincinnati, Ohio ALLISON, SMITH &. JOHNSON. The type on wlilch thia paper fa printed la from the above Foundry- En. Appkau BOlLElt-MAKEKS. ROBT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, BOILER-MAKERS a, km Iron Workers. All work done promptly, day or night. Terms cash. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Memphis. RESIDENCE. NO 2 POPLAR ST. W.B.GaJbreath&Co. COTTON FACTORS, No. 11 Union street, ; Memphis M. H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINSUW-FRAMES, Brackets and Seroll-work, Hough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Lath, ete., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington Street, ST V. 91 BO AT BI.ACKNHITHS, BlacksmithinK of all Kinds. Co ier and Sheet- COTTOX OEVN. H ay den vs Cotton Gins! HAVING fitted up our (.litis with all the late Ira proved machinery, we are prepared to Gin all Cotton consigned to us. Backs furnished to re sponsible parties. All Cotton Insured in our open policy. CORNER FOURTH AND FOFLAR SIS. MEMPHIS, 'ENNESSF.E. M. I.. MEACHAM. K. K. MEACHAM. M. B. rovi . M.L.MEACHAM& CO WHOLESALE rs Grocers, Cotton Facte AID WAIr AKN TS, ISa, 9 Union street, - - Memphis, TenneiMr