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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 3 1881.
RAILWAT RECORD Arrival mm Wtrwwtf w,,,. . th. Cbewreake, Ohio and Sonthweat " ..Zow.: l leave, daily ml Son?ar at 4 V p.m.: frtitrhi leave daily ITJ-v"m MU arrives daily, except Sunday. .-, riBhrriTd It t :4() p.m Tra'n. in Ue aemphui and Little Rocs rvJ movt K!tir.r leave daiiy at 5 p.m. ; f relKhi TV ..,'tT- pi .,.,!, at 6:30 a m. P u Tmra Jai;y at lo avp m.; freight arrive. Je MPh and cfcnn Mmove a.'TSuV .: Mail a,,ic- .caves .m. wni'rrviiu: utir . c. ati'i'mm. ipr ' r.TVn m. imt-ivUle ao r t m modaiio ti Mail auu daliv at 1'J p.m oi the Lrmi..villea-,.' Nas hvUle road move M k UX tna.1 arrive dauy ul,rc a: 1.1 V) r..m.: mill leaves dally ' JTi Pr-T,.v.! accumulation Jleaves daily ii(Hto l at 4-4) p m.: mail arrives daily at J 4,7? m. r..w,"v ft- a"-ou.ov.dati.ii arrive dai- ViT..- tr.'M"MipP ami Tenne.nee roa4 ( iowm: M.l l'v daily at 12: p.m.; 14 epm ireiaM 1-avv. daiiy. ex.vpl feu .U, ? o. Ic. ..:. arrlva daiiy at 10:!0 a.m. : ar.U ITa m. . twu arr.. .iai.y, cept Suuday, at rrHU .! lr).J.rlnre af .nail. (.LOSE. RAil-KOAOS. I !vl an 1 lnrMiwh ciai.s. :iln.. i u. A Mia. R.K.. 1 ilin.uti mai ... hail. A M.m i -i.l lhr"i:h nsl".. . . . ! r.ii. A Mca K.K., Uiro', !t. 'ii A Greiiala A X. O. t ti K IV.-m.AL. R- R-R t - a tn. I oviiis-'.n A :m. n-iv ... a( fctt. '.uic;rviiie aceiwnmoilal'n. KlTer A Olher 3f alia. Point. Point 4 4i m. p m. M p ra il ti a.a. a m. 11 f.M 7 -00 a.m.1 ; 00 am i 1 -. p m ? V a r ' T i am' Merephla A fV.an afent Ineiia A Friar notttofflce Ic.etta A Clarendon, raiK nkd 4nrpi ia A Greenville. ajn:T.! - ira.pi.ia A Vk-febuix. .--.-'.li : L iii-A M. mi'lii.. acent --i a M?i:i''lis- aeilt -: V a-i i r.vvr. aceut l r:v.T. aiZi-u: - .. r-vt-r. a.-t'Mt -. . .-tn;.ri: :o li...:y Spiintc.. V'- ttro r-:! 4:40 a.m. 10:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m. a 30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 to p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.t 4:80 p.m.f 4:30 p.m.t J JJ a.m. 9:?4j a.m.! 4 :.i p.m. 4:nn p.m.! 4::X1 p.m 4:30 p.ni.f 6:00 a.m.O . -::.c.--i .:J Kr.!ay. r r. Trn:-!ay an 1 Saturday. T ie.".av aa.t Friday. V- : i-v ..l ..uMT. t it ty. Tt.ur'.av ana Saturday. rl.R0 AI. A ei'.SERAL. Ti Whit Kirr Valley Ktilnia.i is to a-tcra-c: lH MemphU oi Littl Iiock Kail r.aJ at Brinkler. T e encinet r of the Kanssa Cily, Meni phU an! S-viiheastera KailruaJ are running ibeir roa i ihrmis'a the town of Kaven-.ien N;vin.j. Tne ne.parro!fice at Charleston, VnwMiri, haa been reuioved to the hiir-rrv . ..l.nrl ll.-'.inU-ij rd Slack. Lind Cirn Ki.rt.sp. r. of the I.'ttle iv;k and Fort Sai;;h Ilti'.way. who I:ave been alscnton bum nrbVtel "uh lh ir dep.irtuient, wi.l irtiirn to Little lU k the latter part of lb JTr-vr.l week, havius. it is said, secured irwral Unre CAiloni- of tterman iiumigraotK. j -Kir.i Tai's: ' Colonel rVrdyce, Vict-Pro- i-'nt, ao-l Mr. Co', Chief Kncjincer of tHe l'a.-a3re Ka:!r.ia.l, s;wnl 1.1-1 Thnrwlay B sal in o:ir ton. C-l'tK-l Fordyce inforuieil K th: th-y had not yet found a s.lti-factory cr.ir.e thr.'-ih the ri :hal ail work be Vo a nt thi -i.ie oi Ojk Il-ntf had been -.p4 lor the present, and that several pre l.tiirurr rouVii would e run bt-fure tlier)Ute a: u.4 Caa;'.y te hvate-1 throaIi this and t.ire--je o. untie. Ia the cit-antime he expects tr-k-Hv;aj 1 1 cusimeuw-e at Maiden in Oc U -Ser ." - The Na-hvilie lw?-.-;i, of Saturday, tells of te rvcrd in t'::ai c';ty of a railroad that i4d-ui!v r;ar(s fr iu dot -re and tcnui nates a: sie o:h'r j-laoe: "The Secretary of S l yf-.r.:iv r '--. r-; l th charter of the V!;a!i-n. I".' is." Cr tk aod lli:ntsvii!e Bail-r.-a-l c.tfnpany., The piirjx-e of the com pny iu o n-. rue: a rsilmid fr n-. Clinton, o tne Ku-'ii-i'.:-.' and l.iio INitroaJ, or tc j. 4Dt on acy line lint ha b.tu ar vif j l-j t-rminu at Ciinton, sn ! by way of I.n"vaa' t,iip. ia the Waldcq Ki ige, over or ihrxush ite Cumxrlaii-l M iur.taina to a fiisl a: or u'ir Hun:.vil!e, S.-..;t county. an-1 tHen.'e to me C':n.iona!i Sjulhern iiail ariy at H?!o!Wi.d or j.uch o:lirr poiut on the tiur. i.i New river, with any other road e-iirtrrl d be ort-'.ru jU-d to the Cinciunali ..t'rn Kailway." iT-oera! John IJ. viorjon. of Georgia, who r-irl his neat ia the United Slates? Senate to encfo ia the railroal businew, is Presi dent i a cvoipinv cor.'rx.'ied bv the Oeor- (ria P.oifi.-Svui.-a:c. It is proposed by the Toiicue U build a road fr-ci Allanti west- warl to the Mi..i ipj-i river. The chirf Tj:ai oa ihc di-uaud line west of Atlanta are iJ.rdiniLni, Alabama, Colurnbus zlw kirena !a, Mi-rtt-sirpu Frum the latter point the line arid rna ty the most direct mute to a t;int oa t'e eat ba:ik id the Mississippi, of-p.r;U; Arfcir-isfjn-, Arkansas. II-cently tat cnniract lor on-sri'.ctinj; tins road was i a-raeyi, and woric is already progress :ijr at A::ao:a, t diiaibu an 1 liirai'ngliam. Thr 4x--or;ia I"c he tnj Clyde Syndic ites consti uix practically one and the same orgniza tioo. Ail -.a the members are su-.-h c.ipital "k- a Hj.'a J. Jewett, Ex-Senator XV. H. Iijraom and . I. Clyde. The completion of tai railroad, which is to be rapidly pa-Ae.1, a ill furuUh 2 continaout line from r jct Saiith, Arkansas, oa the border of the 1 ill in Nati n, t. Atianti, and thence ria Vte Kiehmiol and D -nvilie Extension to the Atlantic coast ia Virginia. It will also f iroi-h a direct connection with Charleston aai Port di yal. Smth. Car.diiia, and Savan Bih aad Ur-2Di.'k. 1 i. r K-a.ta ty Employe Sr. I.ris, Mo, Svp'eaiber H. The aao nd annual convention of the Rail rjl Travriin An lit...-' Assiciaiion met at the Southern Iljtjl to-lay and tran-avted til-: ordinary routine business of the a-stci:i-tm, ni a ij iarned to uiiet at Louisville on th first Vein?sJa;' ia September, The i jllowin? otaoers wore elected for the tn soinjyear: Presid-nt, V. S. Sali.shurr. cd : Secre tary, W. F. Cox, of Ciocinniti, Imlianapolis. St. Louis aad Chiiao; Treasurer, V. M. Adams, of the Illinois Central. the ilichiean Central; Viee-Pre-ident, J. T homs-in, oi Louisville aad NashviHe; Sec t- . . r -- - r i i- S S3 GEORGE A. CLARK, SOLE AGENT. The hx.t and nosT rorrtAii f cwlar Thread of Modern Times. .V.1.917 :! Hii. 1J3 9U 00,li7 57 130- .113 FINANCE AND TRADE: Business at the banka was less active yesterday, though money continues in good demand at 68 per cent. Ex change at our banks on the principal R.-urn points demand at par, J pre m.iiui sellin; New England and other points carrying 3 days' grace, i discount; Sew Orleans, J discount. City compromise bonds, 60; coupons, 80(i82J; Memphis gas stock. 80082; lxnds, 100, with none to be found on the market, but many ready to buy. Mississppi levee liquidating scrip selling at 80gS3; Mississippi acrip or coupons of l)is rict Ho. 1 selling at 11. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. Cfcflrifw. Balann. fentemberll t SH,t74 4." I 11,7-W a Thus fsr this week. 2l.:i. 41 Same time last week :tV2,:k'.i ft hmne time last year...... Jl,.i.il i2 f BY TELEGRAPH.! PAF.IS, September 14. Rentes, 85f. 42Jc KEW ORLEANS, Sepiember 14. Sight ex.diauge on New York, $1 per $ 1000 pre mium. Sterling exchange bankers bills; 4S0J. N EV YORK, September 14. Money, 46 p-.-r cent, Prime.mercanliie paper, 5(u6 per cent. Sterlinc exchange bankers' bills firm, 4?(i; demand, 484J. Government bonds strong, 4s being 101 J per cent, higher; 41s J and extended 5s J per cent, higher; extended 6s unchanged. 6e extended. ...lOl'i 4s coupon ..ll Sa extended lol1. Pacific lis of 15'Jo 4H coupou.. .ll;11i Stite securities inactive and generally nominak I, consols...; STViVireintaes S5 Hissourt 6s H".,' tVirginia consols Tenn. 6s. old : lis" 8 Va. consols pfd Term. 6s. new . ut -1 tJix-malured coupons. In the railroad bond market Lake Erie and Western incomes advanced to 92 from t!, Rock Island and Pittsburg incomes to 45 from 40, Ohio Central incomes to 5S from 56 and reacted to 57, Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central incomes to 77- from "HI, Iron Mountain 6rst preferred incomes to 9SH from and Boston, Hartford and Erie firsts to 73 from 724 and reacted to 72. The stick market opened irregular, and in early dealings there was a decline of Jf percent; but at first board a strong tone prevailed and an advance of J to 5 er cent, took place. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, Illinois C.-ntral, St, Paul and Omaha, Delaware, Lickawana and Western, Wabash Pacific, St. Paul, Lake Shore, New Jersey Central and Michigan Central leading therein. This was followed by a decline of 3 in Chicago, Burlington and (Juincy, the general list re acting slightly, but there was a fractional re covery. During the afternoon a heavy realization set - in and full rates were asked for money, which re sulted in a steady depreciation in values up to the close of business, the final sales showing a falling off from the best figures of the day ranging from J to 4 per cent., the latter in Michigan Central. The other shares prominent in the downward movement were Chicago, Burlington and tiiiney, Denver and Rio Grande, Western I'nion, th coal and granger stocks, Texas Pacifir, Lake Shore and Western preferred, Ohio and Mississippi and Lake Shore. The Posl says: "The sud den check to the recently developed bullish t- mper indicates that after all it is only a trading market." The Erprcr says: "The decline in Western Union and the advance in money to six per cent, hurt the general mar ket just previous to the close and caused a further decline in prices. In addition to these causes were full sales by some of the larce 'bulls,' a general attack on leading shares by sr me of the promiuent 'bears,' and Tague rumors circulated during the atter- noon that there would be no div idend on Michigan C.-ntral, and that the Lake Shore dividend would be under 2 per cent. These rumors could not be vorilied.batthey had theirt fleet nevertheless." Transactions aggregated 442.000 shares, of which thi-re wer? ot Cauada Southern 2600, C ntral Pacific 6000, Chicnsro, Columbus and Indiana Central 1400, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 52,1100, Delaware and Hudson 440, Denver and Rio Grande 28,000, Erie 11,000, Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred 2'iOO, Kansas and Texas 5200, Lake Shore 1,000, Louisville and Nashville 3400, Lake E.-ie and Western 11,000, Michigan Centra J.000. Missouri Pacihc 44,000, ort!i western 11,000, New Jersey Central 19.000, New York Central 4000, Northern Pacific 98.000. Ohio and Mi-sissippi 36,000, Ontario and We.-tern 48,000, Oniu Central 23,000, Pacific Mail 53,00X1, Peoria, Decatur an 1 Evansville 3000, Reading 74,000, Si. Paul 20,000, St. Paul and Omaha 1 1,000, Texas Pacific 57,- 000, Union Pacific 14,000, Wabash Pacific 2 j.000, Western Union 12,000, Chicago, Bur lington and tJuincy toOO, St. Louis and San Francisco 4500. The closing quotations were: C. P. flrrts 114'.. Michigan Central... ijie seeoild. 101 !. Missouri Pacitie 107 Lehigh A Wilaea lll MMle A Ohio ;i7 jonepn... in? , ..lorris x sex i St. P. ,t 8. C. firsts. .11' Naah. A Chat W P. P. firsts ..llilS N. and W. prefd ... Hi C. P. land-grants... 117- New Jersey Centr'l.. 5ft IT. P. sinking funds. VU Northern Paeidc. 40 r. P. Laud Grants... 7s-1, N'rlh'n Pacific m-fd slU T. P. Kio Griiide.... ICi Northwestern l-.ii1. Adams Express. . 1M .Sort h western Drf'd..l;:i'i Alton ATerre Haute. 10 ;JJew York Central.. 14 4i . i - prciu... 1 n iif i i u trt i ........ a- Amencan Expreas.. S4 "Ohio Missistinui. 411 H. C. K. A S 7 s I Ohio A Miss. nnsI'd.HV- Canada Southern.. tv7.A)tiiario b Western. l::i i. c -j.v.rracinc Aiau m .-p Jeniral Pscliic m.) Panama Ki.V Ciiesapeake A Ohio. iM! j-P., D. AE 141' - v. xax j-ici i w iritvuuig 1.1. A O. id prerd :ni IR.ding 161 Vhteago A Alton. .lJ- :Roc Island loOJi Chicago A Alton p!d ISO-i-iu L. A 8. K 47 C. B. A Q ly.vVSt. UaS.r. pr'fd. Tli C, S- L. A N. O 7s I St. L.A 8.F. lat old.. 107... S.AC .in ! -St. Paul .l-.vv. . h v.. :m ?i. raui Dreierrea .i.i-j Delaware A Huds'n.loo St. P.. M. A M llri- DeL 4 Lack I J0V4 St. Paul A Omaha... 4H- ivuver A Rio U fx 1 st.PaulAOmaha nf . .VHti 'crie hm.h. i. . 1 exas t acinc....w... n."i - ne preferred VFmon Parlfle lat'i F n Wavne J40 D. 8. Iihim (is K tnnilial A St. Joe.'-M W.. St. L. A P f ii. ASL Joeprcfd.ll:;.'4 W 8t- L. A P. pr'fd. - nlcm 24!i-iWeli A Fareo'a Ex. 1:10 was as follows: At 10:30, easy at adecline of 20 points below Tuesday's.quotations; at 11:30, steadier; at 12:30, barely steady ; at 1:30, easy; at 2:30, steady; at 3:30, barely steady at lowest prices. Sales, 182,000 bales. Closing qnotations were: Months. January........ February Manh April........ May June July August ... September...... October November.... Yesterday. 11.8Z911.H4 11.95(411.96 12.07(6(l'i0 12.17(lilH 12.2T(ail2.27 1Z32 12.34 9 m ll.9(S11.70 .ll.SO'411.57 ILaMt 11.64(0111.65 Previously. 12.14(3) 12.2fisli27 12.37 Id) l'A4S')12.'i0 12..iSQl2.r0 12. 6612.09 m $. 11.;B(0)11.!8 ll.Wolll.Wi 11.87($ 11.95-a)!1.9 The New Orleans telegrams reported the spot market weak. Sales, 1850 bales. Re ceipts, 5186 bales. Stock, 101,759 bales. Closing quotations Previously. Yesterday Low Ordinary Ordinary Good Ordinary Low Middling. Middling.... Good Middling lesiemay. 7-J.Z 7?? The tone of the New Orleans future mar ket at the opening was weak at a decline of 24 points on September; at 12:10, steady on slight rally; at 2:40, barely steady. Sales, 72,400 bales. Closing quotations as loiiows: Month. January February March April May June . July August September Oi-.tober Novembtr December Yesterday. 11.46I1.48 ll..V.lll.fiU 11.7111.72 11.7!lft11.80 ll.STOall.90 U.7al2.0J 10.H7ral0.9l 11.10all.l2 11.24(11 26 11.34tll 3li Previously. ll.HVSiii.gt; 11.9.V9H 117 12.0l(o;12.0.S 12.12(aj-2.1T . 12. 21 (di 12. 2 1 12.30(oil2.: ll.16tall.18 ll.:ii'ail.:!7 11.67f11.f ll.7iail.T3 The following conditions ol all domestic markets are gleaned from Cotton Exchange bulletins of yesterdayj Market"' rrice- I Stock' Oalvoston Easy. 2SIO 11H 4""H Kew Orleans... Quiet. 3425 113 101M Mobile - Easy. bK 11 KU6 Savannah Easy. 4105 11 SW22 Charleston Nominal. lo4'.l II !2H1 Wilmington Quiet. 316 IPi 19VS Norfolk Quiet. 16N6 11 ls2 lialtimore QtAat'y 12 3-16 1725 New York WkAlrr'g 282 121! S 7M5S Iloston Steady. :f.i 12 5145 Philadelphia... Dull. l:i 12'J 17:12 St. Louis Quiet." 3.0 ll! j '.44 against Receipts yesterday 14,778 bales, 13,999 bales same date last year. The Liverpool telegrams of yesterday re ported the market dull and easier. Sales, 6000 bales, of which 3950 were American. Receipts, 1900 bales, of which 1900 were American. Uplands, 7 3-16d; Orleans, 7 3-16d. The Liverpool market for futures at noon was heavy; September, 7J, 7 7-32, 7 3-16d; September-Octoer, 6, 6 19-32, 6 9-1 Cd; October-November, 6 15-32d; November-Dem-b?r, 16 15-32, 6 7-16d; December-January, 6J, 6 7-1 6d; January-February, 61, 6 15-32d; Februarv-March,6 17-32, 6Jd; March-April, 6 19-32,'6 9-16d; April-May, 6j, C 19-32d; May Jun, 6Sd; June-July, 6 ll-16d. At 3: October-November, 6 7-16d; March-April, 6 17-32d; June-July, 6 21-32tl. At 4: Sop tember, 7 5 321; June-July, 6d. At 5: November-December, 6 13 321; January-February, 6 7-16d; February-March, 615-32d; March April, bid; April-May, b 9-1 Oil; May June, 6 19-32d"; June-July, 6 21-32d. Fu tures closed weak. The movements at United States ports were reported as follows: This Last ThisWk Week. Week. Last Yr. Receipts for 5 Ian 61.S25 45,747 65,601 Kxp's to Great Bnlain.. 21, Mm 26.2S6 26 470 Exp'e to Continent.... 1,67:1 I.2S7 975 S.'oikon hand 277..5S5 235,427 WJltS The following are the daily movements at all United States ports this year compared with preceding years: I 1881-2 j 1SS0-1 I US79-N) Total receipts 148,S9s 146,950,' 91.297 Total foreign exports... 6s,'.i:l2i M.K'J.s 30.545 Total stock 277,585 lsj.l 90,3.4 Increase In receipts l.'.U:t - 1 A C4tD. To all wr.o are ia l':n from the errors and in (liacrFunca of yocta, nerrous wealtnesa, early de eay. Ion ol taanhou-J. etc. I will send a recipe that wul eons vol, FKLE OF CHARGE. This great rrmecy waa djsco-,-erd Ly a missionary in .-"yulh America, bend a sei'-a-Mresfetd enveiupe to th-. B.T log. T Ti.ii ai xloti n VnrV rs? TIIKK4D. BEWABE r miTATIOXS. A Complete Assortment For salts at Wholesale, l.y LowbiIIii llrnm. nnd W. It. Moore A- Co. At Retail y jLowenRteln Rro , I pnhri Bron.. and win. Iranu ttl- 4o. r n olilillAtic 80LD ETALL J0SBEE3V 1673 "IflC . induction Doubled. Again Doubled. "BEST IN THE WORLD? mom tD .-,. HtvErtss tsa iliusuiu A Texas.. . 93 Western Union :Mi 11. jiioi. 1 enirai.-.. 1.11-4 t anoon B. A w 4iS:Central Aruoiia l!. Kausta A Texas 41 !, Kxeelsior....-.. lj; Like Erie A Weaieru 54 tHomestake ... 11 Like Shore 12:t"i Little Pilbun; 2i U.msvilie A Nakh .. 9. Ontario 36 Louisville A N. A.... 70 "Quicksilver 12- JHr. A Cm. 1st pr d.ll.s Quicksilver Drcfd .. 60 Mar. A Cin. 2nd 111 Silver Cliff. 4 1. A Charleston 7S iataudard. .......... 21 OiTered. COTTO.Y. Dealers wore countenances yesterday in bar- uony With the gloomy, dismal weather out ii Je, caused by the general downfall of prices n markets at Dome and abroad. jNew York kept the ball, started down the incline a few lays ago, rolling on downward vesterday. the ijsning list showing a l-16c clipping from closing prices on spots the day before. The brst impressions at the noon hour were an easy market, but soon after it was announced that new cotton on the wharf could be had for ifS'ic cheaper, which was followed bv mother decline of l-ltio in the entire lUl, witn light transactions to spinners and ex porters. iDenrst nuiietin alter noon was w eaker ami more irregular in tone, with an 'her announceuieut that nw cotton on the whart was attainable at it'i-.Jc cheaper, ex porters and spinners taking a few hundred oales. At the close the tone was weak and irregular. Jew York futures opened easy at Quota tions 12 to.24 points below the closing prices u tuesaay, tne ereiiuw uecline beinir on I istaut months, A slight rally on October. November, D-cemher, Februarv. March and April, witn other months still dtc'.ininsr. wis indicated in the bulletin half an hour later, which was maintained pretty well t'urouzh t i the first afternoon bulletiu, at which hour S-ptember tell li points, IMober 8. Noveni bi-r and December 10, and January and Feb ruary 9, from the quotations gained on the noon recovery. An hour later September and October regained 2 of the lost points, bile other months lost about the same number. At the close futures were quoted oarety steady nt tne lowest prices. t Orleans spots lost 4c all throuiru the list, tne nnirket closing weak. IS 1 v.- Orleans futures wrestleil with the downward movement all day without recov ering a single point on the . day's transac tions, closing barely steady, with September 29 points, and other months 23 to 43 points off from the closing quotations of Tuesday .1 i- ... . , tne heaviest losses ueiog onaistant monilis. Liverpool spots were dull and easier, with quotations d lower than has been the pre vailing price all this week. KeceipU were light, as were also transactions. Liverpool futures dropped off in about the same proportion, all deliveries losing about 1 tie same values, ami closing went. ihe local market opeucd at noon vesterdav on a decline of Jc on low middling and ul'l grades above, the tlsv s business transpiring with small sates on light demand, buyers and sellers oeing apart. MEUPUI8 QCOTATIOXS. Yesterday. Previously. ...... a 714 .... t 8' J Low ordinary...... Jrdluary od ordinary.... Lor middling ul Idling wvt middling.... Middling fair Fair. IH10-. 'Jlll 1-11 (.12, .Nominal 3 If 8 (a tall US, 12- SI2 nsl Bun MtourStc Nomina. Market quieL Sales 200 bales, 100 to ex porters and 100 to spinners. MEMPHIS COTTON 8T ATFMFNT MiMrms, September 14, 1881. stock, scpiemner 1. imu. Kv-wivetl to-day Kei-olvod previously Shipped to-day Shipped previously Stock, running account IMPORTS. Tausfarthlsweek T'mis far last week Eince September 1st 8,184 S.4.V3 6.062 1 1,246 2,811 3,174 ll.o; S0S2 1 512 6,01)2 REKEEPERFCRlT. jVjmm tf-ii fnr tk u A" Mitt I Our 'A' burongarlhan 'C'w'U' of cheap Sill;.. a-varv .POM mesMires 100 vanu, Jiu.t aa ni.rh.evl caoop ailka Bkeasurc only 40-.0 10 t irai 1 1 1 hplemlia Bullon-noic i.iiigwwi itnt ('! inil. If you want a splendid Button- Memnhls and Charleston R. B. .---.. . Misi!.sippi and Tcnnejwi'e R. R I.oulvilie and Nashville O. S. R. R... Memphis and Ltttls Rock Rjillma.!.. I'sducan A Aiempnis it k..,..- Steamer - W ago us and otaur aouroca...- TotaL. ; EXPORTS. Thus far thlswvtk. Thus far last week blnoe Heptember lat Memphis and Charleston R.R Mississlt.pl A 1 enmiwM n. K L nilsvtila and Naohville R.R - 1..V.I9 8S1 S.174 203 145 15 Tli. BRA1NKRD ft ARMSTRONG SILK U bdng used and recommend cd by the Dressm..keia, and w conldcr them tne neu ) uages Ul uie wonu. , poa tAi a sv W01. Frank ft Co., Memphii, 1 Orber ft WiUoo, Memphia. WMOI.ISALI ONLY. Leimon & Osle. Memphis. t lO-page pamphlet, giving Rule, nnd Designs rag ana ZHocJxinga, Mittens, money jrnncs. spa ano jaoota, lsces, etc., wiu dc preMntcu r buying our bilk or iwut at tua INS0N & MILLKH, lXHtXEYSAT-LiW, A CITY AIlKA.NSAIt. Courta, K.der.l aud Suta. Kprcial 144 maustia Kir laming U land. fi Total .. I BY TELEQRArH.1 The following are the New York sjot quo titious for yesterday: At 10:16, weak ; 12:10, easy at a decline of Jc throughout the list; at 2:20. weak and irregular, new cotton from wharf iic cheaper; at 3:30, weak and ir regular, bales, 1044 bales; contracts, bales. Quotations were as fullowB: Yesterday. I Previously. Ordinary IJ:sk1 Ordinary..., I.w Middling... Middling li x Middling . Mnl.tliug l sir Kslr 8 15-16 ltlS 11 13 16 1-". Pi-4 91-16 10". 10 15 16 it: The ton oi th New York future market GENERAL. TItADE. Dullness prevailed all along the line yes terday, more marked, however, in breadstuff circles than elsewhere. Dealers are reported clearing up stocks at present quotations al though they say that the same articles can not be placed here from any other point at the same rates. Sales of corn, oats anil hay were reported in lots at present prices. Corn- meal is sick, some dealers holding at present quotations, while others were heard of trying to work on at JOc less, but lound no takers. Apples were somewhat lively, with the fresh article commanding 25c above quoted prices. Meats were unchanged, but the market quoted strong. In other articles no changes were reported. (Quotations Mow are tor round lots at lie landing and at the railroad depots, and include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside oj the bare freiqlu and charges vp to the time ol arrival. Jobbing and store sales are at higher rates, as they include drayage, storage and profit of toe dealer. Feed Corn nominally at 83c. Oats held at 53c at depot. Bran 425 50(3)20. Hay Timothy, $20 5021. In store, corn quoted 85 (?,87c; oats, 55c;bran,$l 40:hay,fl 20; prai rie nominally 75c. rlxCR rirmer. Jobbing prices Double extra. $4 755 15; treble extra, $6(n-6 65; family, 56 50(a)6 90; choice, 57 lo(it7 40; fancy, $7 75(a8 25; fancy patents, $8 50 (n)9 5k Store prices 25c higher. Cobxmeal Easier; held at $4 in lots. rRcrrs Oranges, nominally (0)8 a box; none in market. Lemons, $12 per box. Cocoa nuts, new, $56 a hundred. Peanuts, Vir ginia, hand-picked, 8Jc; Tennessee red, 6c. Almonds, 20c. English walnuts, 12(W;IoC. Filberts, 12(S)13c Brazil Dnts, SGf,9c Rai sins, $2 75; London layers, $33 25. Apples, Etc Apples in store. Northern. $2 50; fancy, $3 50. Peaches one-third bushel box, 2a(W;o0c. II urns one-third bushel box, 40c Grapes a case of 24 boxes, $1 50. Potatoes In store, 3 lo0?,6 00 and abun dant supply. V eoetables Onions, new, in store, S4 2o 450 a barrel. Cabbage nominally 516(2,17 a hundred head for Illinois. Rons Fresh, conntry, 18(S;20c. Canjhsd Goods, Etc. Prices of new stock per dozen: Peaches, 2 lbs, standard, ?1 90 2; . seconds, $1 75; tomatoes, 2 lbs, standard, 1 25; seconds, 9095c; 3 lbs, $1 50; seconds, $1 25; strawberries, $1 50; raspberries, i-1 60; blackberries, 51 oO; green gages, $1 85(ii)l 90; plums, $1 50; pears, $1 50 (ol 75; extra Oyster Bay asparagus, $4 75; green corn, $1 252, as to qn ality ; green peas, $1 50(5,2 25; cove oysters, $1 30(n)l 95, full weight; light weight, jNo. 1, oc; jo. 2, SI 2o: condensed milk. Crown, $6 40; Eagle, .18 25; pine apple, $1 "5(52 75. Miscellaneous Hominy at $0 2o a bar rel; grits, Jo 50 barrel. White beaus medium, nominally $j io(t,6 none 111 market; navy, $2 75(o;2 85. Michi run dried apples. 81c tier Mound. Dried peaches, 7(it:8o per pound. New pickles medium barrels, 5(Vi)9 50; hall barrels, Jo 25(5 50. New kraut Barrels, nominally 1-14; halt barrels,. S3. Ketined Missouri cider, $9 5010 per barrel, and $5 10(5)5 25 per half barrel. x oitltky liens, :2 40; nne and larsre. S3: voune, $1 50(?3. Butter lommon, lby.20c; medium, 20(.t) 22c; choice western, 24027c; creamery, 340 3c. Cheek E rew lactory at ld(r143 per pound; halt cream, HJ(ii,loc; Young Amer ica, nominally 17c Hoa Prodocts Market verv strong and advancing rapidly; mess pork, 1-22 per bar rel; sugar-cured hams, $14 500,15 25; break fast bacon, $13 o((i14 per cwt. Bacon, packed clear sides, $11 8(g)12; clear rib, 12 50; shoulders, $9 .5; loose, 124c per cwt. Ices. Bulk meats, packed clear sides, ?11 8j M 12; clear ribs, fll oU; shoulders, 58 7o(Vi9 loose, 12c per cwt. less. JLard tierce, 13 o; kegs, jld Zo; 2irb, pails, $13 87; 10-tb pails,$14 25; 3-Ibtins, f 14 50. Groceries firm; coffee 12(r.l3c for ordinary, 131014$o for fair, 15J016ic for choice. Sugar Louisiana open kettle, 909c ; yel low clarified. 100101c; off white, 10o; snow-white, lOJc; cut loaf, llc; granulated and powdered, lljc; molasses tatr to good, 40043c; prime to choice, 45051c; fancy, 53055c Rice Louisiana common, 7c: prime, 8c. Carolina, 8J08c Salt per car-load, si bo; from store, 51 o 01 75 per barrel ; coarse, per sack,$l 50; fine, a 65. Baooiko and Ties Bagging flax, 95(r) lOAc; jute, li to 2 lbs, lOi01 Uc; mixed, 10$ 011c. Ties standard makes, $1 6501 75; pieced and outside brands, $1 50. I wine, 1 1 c per lb. IS A 1 1.9 Dealers quote S3 "o. Hides, Etc Dry flint, No. 1, 16c; No. 2, 13c; dry salt, 12013c; green, 607c: green salt, 8J09c; sheepskins, 25c0xf 125. Tallow, o(itojc beeswax, 20c. Leather Oak sole, 37040c; hemlock, 27030c per lb; harness, 36040c; skirting, 3S04Oc; French calf, 4Mo0tiO per dozen; domestic calf, l3O045 per doscn. Wool Tubwashed, 27032c; unwashed, 15022c; burry, 10016c. Bricks Hard, $10 60; soft, $9 a thou sand; fire-brick, $-404 50 a hundred. Lime and Cement1 Alabama lime, 95c0 $1 a barrel; Tennessee, small barrels, 850 90c; Ixtuisville cement, $1 7001 75 a bar rel; Rosed ale cement, $2 25 a barrel; Purl- land, $0. I'laster ot fans, oO. Live stock Market. J. LaCroix, of the Memphis Stock Y'ard, Second street, Chelsea, reports as lollows Cattle Smooth, fat oxen, weighing 1000 to 1500 pounds, per pound, 31033c: rough oxen and cows, in good condition, per pound, 2( -Jc; lat heilers and cows, per pound, 2J03c; choice grass cattle, 3J0-4c; fair to medium grass cattle, 303 Jc; grazing grass cattle, lj(a:c oil EE p UUoioe, per lb., 3,(nVic ; me dium, per lb., 3(o-3 Jc; common, per head $ 11 50. Lambs Choice, per head, $303 50; medi um, S7202 60. I loos Per lb- 50s3c Cows and Calves Milch cows with young calves, per head, $10025; yearlings, per head, $305. The above quotations are from actual daily sales. The Hone tuad Kale Market. F. A. Jones & Co., of the City Stables, Monroe street, report: Mru No. 1 dray mules, 16 to 16, $175 0225; 15J to 16, $1500175; 15 to 15j, $125 0150; 14 j to 15, none iu market. Horses Good driving, $1250200; heavy draft, none on the market; saddle horses, $14O022o; plugs, $4O0io; heavy dray mules in demand; but few stock of anv kind on the market. BY TELEQJtAPB.1 LOUISVILLE, September 14. Flour firm extra. $5(5 25; extra family, $5 750 6 25: higher grades, $707 25; choice fancy, $7 7508. Wheat steady, $1 4001 42. Corn firm; No. 2 white, 77c; No. 2 mixed, 70c Oats firm; No. 2 white, 46c; Wo. 2 mixed, 44c Rye Bteady; Isqi 2, $1 14. Pork and prime steam lard nominal. Bulk meats steady; shoulders, nominal; clear rib, 11c; clear sides, 115c Bacon steady; shoulders, 9Jc; clear rib, 12Jc; clear, 123c. Sugar - cured hams, 14JC Whisky higher, $1 13. NEW YORK. September 14. Flour firm ; superfine Western and Slate, $5 3506 10. Wheat irregular and unsettled, opening J to 11c higher and closed heavy; ungraded red, $1 2101 474. Ceffee firm for choice and medium grades, others dull and weak; Rio cargoes quoted at 9013ic; job lots, 9J0 14 Jc. Sugar quiet but farm ; lair to good re fining, 7 13-1608c Molasses demand fair and market firm. Rice steady and fairly active. Pork active but lower; old mess, $20 020 25. Lard heavy and lower; prime steam, 12.42i012.4oc. CINCINNATI, September 14. Flonr steady; family, $6 7507 10; fancy, $7 35 7 75. Wheat strong; No. 2 red winter, $1 46. Corn steady; No. 2, 70c. Oats firm; No. 2 mixed, 44c. Rye firm; No. 2, $1 15. Barley in fair demand ; No. 2 fall, $1 10. Pork firm, $20 50. Bulk meats nominal and scarce. Bacon firm ; shoulders, 9Ac; clear rib, 12Jc; cletr, 121c. Whisky demand fair and prices higher, $1 13; combination sales of finished goods, 750 barrels, on a basis of $1 14. Butter quiet; creamery, 35c; choice western reserve, 2Sc; choice Ceutral Ohio. 23c ST. LOUIS, September 14. Flourf dull; Wheat unsettled and lower, but closed firmer; No. 2 red, $1 44301 44.1 cash,14701 46j October, $1 51J01 50 November, $1 53J 1 52 December; No. 3 red, $1 34; No. 4 red, $1 2!i(.r;l 261. Corn lower; 64c ca'h, 660053c October, "68 J 68 Jc November, 70J G907OJc Iiecembcr775i076cMay. Oats lower; 4442.Jc cash, 43043 c September, 43j043Jc October, 450443c November. Rve better, $1 0701 07. Butter better; dairy, 20030c. Egss quiet, 12014c. Whis ky steady, $1 16. Pork easier $20020 25. Dry salt meats firmer, 7.90, 10.75, 11.10c. Bacon firm, 9?, 11 4, 12, 12, 123c Lard nominally 12.15c. NEW ORLEANS, September 14. Flour quiet; superfine, $4 750;5; double extra, $60 6 25; treble extra, $6 7507 25; higher grades, $7 250 8 371. Corn dull, 85c0:jU. Oats quiet, 57058c. Cornmeal scarce and firm, 2 85. Hay scarce and firm; prime, $22024; choice, $25026. Pork easier, $20 75021. Lard scarce and firm; tierce, 130131c; keg. 13Jc Bulk meats scane and firm; shoul ders, 81c liacou strong; rhoulders 10c; clear rib, 12tc; clear, 12jjc. Sugar-cured hams steady; canvased, 1415cfor favorite brands. Whisky quiet; western rectified, $1 100 1 29. Coffee firm; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 100131c Sugar in fair demand and prices higher; common to good common, 61 07ijc; fair to fully fair, 7i08Jc; prime to choice, 8;8$c; yellow clarified, 919c Molasses no stock in first or second hands. Rice excited and higher; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, CJ7Jc CHICAGO, September 14. Flour steady and firm; common to choice western spring, ?4 2506 50; common to choice Minnesota, Si 5007; patents, $70 8 75; low grades, $3 5004 50. Wheat active and a shade higher; No. 2 red winter, $1 34; No. 2 Chi cago spring, ifl 2 cash and September. SI 30 October, SI 33 November, $1 34 December, $1 20 the year; tales at ?l 270 1 2S September, $1 293.01 31 October, SI 32J01 34 November. Corn active, firm and higher; G4 cash anil September, 6510 6ojc October, 6O067ic November, 64 jc the year. Oats strong an.l higher; 40c cash and September, 403c October, 42Jc November, 43c December, 40c the vear. Rve steady, SI 04. Barley steady, SI 10. Pork unsettled but generally lower; $19 C2.!0i,19 75 cash, SI 9 55019 V.0 September. SllT 62A19 65 October, $19 75019 80 November $19 50 the year. Lard steady with a fair demand ; l-JJc cash, 12.250 12.271c October, 12.45 1 2.471c November, 12.60c December, 12.221 12.25c the year. Bulk meats steadv; shoul ders, 7.80c; short rib, 10.70c; short clear, 10.9-JC. Whisky steailv, $1 16. Vail Wheat stronger: $1 28101 281 September, $1 30201 80 J October, 1 8liJ 133 November, ' SI 35 1 353 lecember, $1 28J01 28 j the year. Corn fairly active and a shade higher; 64j( ti4Ac September, 65j065:!c October, 67007 Jc Noveunlier. Oats easier but not quotably lower. Pork easier, declined 21c Lard steady and un changed. TORT OF MEMPHIS. STEAMERS I.EATIKQ TCDAT Friars Point Coahojca, Lee. 5 p.m. Arkansas City ...Dean Adams, Check, 5 p.m. J. W. 10WLETT & GO. Cotton rauUrc and Commission Merchants 355 Froni Street, L)R UOODS. NEW Y'ORK, September 14. Cjtton I jroods continue In steadv demand and verv firm. Blackstoue AA bleached shirtings ad vanced to 9c Prints in steady reuue-t. Dress ginghams active. Dress goods in mod erate request. Spring woolens more active, but heavy woolens quiet. Cotton-warp beavers jobbing at low prices. MEDKI.YAL. Means siwll'l'n K. teixrllie, which baa never been known to fall to cure any case, no matter In what stage or how long standing. It is as its name Implies, a warranted Specific for Syphilis, Mercu rial Rheumatism aud all Blood Poison. 11 yon are skeptical about this and hesitate to invest yom money in it, we will take your case on the no cure no pay plan. Swift's 8. Specific Is entirely vegeta ble, and no barm ran result from Its use. Send for copy of " The Young Man's Friend." THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Draw 3, Atlanta, Ga, ror sale by all druggists. TARTLireC DISCOVERY! LOS1 MANHOOD RESTORED. A Tiatim of Tcmthlal imprudence causing Premr tartj Decay, iNervoua Debility, Lost Afanbood, etc.. harm j? tried in vain every mown rem eay, dm ob- eorered a simple Bfif enre. wtucn ne win wim riirj to his Mlow.-urleit-rB, address J. H. BEEVES l ltaltiani it, IN". V- CI 7 St. Charles street. Sr. iouis. Mo. A rKraliiP mutant a of two M -il tflipA.-"4. faMi htMa K'Qizer UcHted ttuo any other I'hyiciaa in tit- Iou1p, ar cut papers snow, ana uii oia rasiuoots tuon. sy-pniiii Gonorrhaia, Oleet. SU.v(JLrtrriavsUv: , Rupttire, all Urinary Diseiuts nnd 8yvliUtfC or ItXsrcurialAffec tioaa of Throat, kin or Bones cared rifely, lriTstl?. eparmatorr'bea. Sexutil Xebility and Impotencv, as tha nwnltof Self-Abu-s in youUi, kauiJ eiremi id niHturer Ttwvrs.or over b.,.MU -,-,t-. ur isrvo-isn''-H, BimtaU erelssions, deb'11" - - tiht, deffctivti nif.iory. pb.vi r'-jfx ixjwtj ot f..inii. , confn?iioa of inwia, fiKp'si i. u or night lo .. rondfrt-Ki marrir-e iiriiA.'OOCr. nr-.iinntml!rcurrrl. OoQ.nltioDt ottireOa .. t-jtHi3t'- 4'! i'ed. Fuinjpblr. oot Ubmc MfdtciiKM ikas by Kiafi ixpres. Cures ptifi'TtiM.I. w here duut exut ttlAXriiakly sttea. PACES .fine. i niner. PLATES vor All Wtni 5rrfril mn frt n i m. lutoIife: on tlie fnltowlpn pnitjoct.': wtm rrjUiy njrtrry,w!io not.why. Man- n-t.vl omnnnooa, I'tiysicu ne:-iy. io unonla mwry; ilovr lifeMQtl hPiiiTifr4 inaT be iarreased: Kffctof ofr ibrtcv nnd cta. nnd manr marti. T rinse married or t-tQteni!LiiMn marrin sbottld read it then keep under lock nnd kor. 23ctR. by mnil in mon-r or posttuie. pnpc p;:cSCr:ptioh zz ssa m 10 We;iknei, Lost Msahood. Nrrou.ae. i.i a. m Oonfn.ina of ldtNM, Aversion to Society litil:tive M.-mor- uod OLsorden brouebt on liy S4crt llaliton K.xr..i. Any has the incfedi.uta Ft. I...11I. IMr.li ln.l!lSt.Chr.ilos.R.lx-i'.,Mo. WILL LEAVE A3 ADVEBTI3KD. Osceola. Rene Macready, Friday, 5 p.m. Vickshurg Commonwealth, Friday, 10 a.m. St. Louia City or PROvnESCE,Friday,10 am. White Eiver Milt Haery, Saturday, 5 p.m. Arkansas KtV...Plow Boy, Saturday, 5 p.m. MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE. Arrivals. Bright Light, Vicksbnrg; Hard Cash, 'White river; Bene Macready, Osceola, JJepartures. Bright Lignt, ot. Adorns; naru Cash, White river; Rene Macready, Osce da. Boats Due JJovn. .Montana. Boats Due Up. Dean Adams and Co ahoma. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Bright Light 3 bales cotton. Hard Cash 50 bales cotton, 30C sacks cotton-seed, 4 head cattle, 97 pks sundries. Kene Macready 170 bales cotton, 4 bags seed cotton, 1569 sacks cotton-seed, 10 pkes nidse. KIVU.KTS. River 3 feet 1 inch rise 1 inch. Not a boat in port at dark last evening. Little Rock wants a Government marine hospitaL The Plow Boy is the Saturday packet for Arkansas river. The Bright Light passed up yesterday morning for St. Louis. Receipts by river yesterday were 232 bales cotton, 1673 sreks seed. The Milt Harry is the Saturday packet for all points on bite river. The Hard Cash departed last evening for White river with a lair trip. The Appeal is indebted to Mr. C. D. Tresenriter, of the Tiptonvill Star, for favors. The Coahoma failed to arrive yesterday from Friars Point, but will doubtless be found in port this morning. The great iron steamer Charles P. Chou teau will leave St. Louis to-day for New Or leans on her first trip of the season, and is due here Sunday. It is said that the great iron steamer Chas. P. Chouteau looks "as pretty as a picture all the while" since she was overhauled and re juvenated for the coming Memphis and New Orleans cotton seasou. The St. Louis acd Mississippi Valley Transportation Line has been organized by electing H. C. Haarstick, President; II. C ' Lourey, Vice-President; Austin R. Sloore,' Treasurer, and II. P. Wyman, Secretary. The Ilean Adams, Captain Mark R. Cheek, ii the United States mail packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. A. L. Cummiuirs is her attentive clerk, assisted by Will Lask and Lee Cum-mings. The Coahoma. Captain Stack Lee on deck. having been unavoidably detained, will leave this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, friars Point and all way landings. Lloyd Whitlow is her clerk, assisted by Piatt Rhoades and Arthur Brown. The steamer J. R. Woodson. Csntain L. P. Drake's new boat, built for Arkansas river. draws only 12 inches of water, and yet she is ldo I't long, with 30 feet beam, 30-inch hole, t teigints and 10-inch cylinders. It has a freight capacity of 800 bales of cotton. Arkansas City Journal, Fridav: "The steamer Dean Adams was welcomed on Tues day last, as she came in, all dressed up in a new coat of paint, with applause. The Dean belongs to Arkansas City, and undoubtedly is the neatest and fastest boat that runs the river." The name of Arkansas City should be changed to Plueuix City. The Journal re cords the fact that ten houses now dot the "burnt district," and still the hammer rings with the risinjr of the sun. 1th1nnne month the spot laid in ashes will present the same appearance of life and business. The weather observer reports an inch rise in the river at this point, but the closest ob server fails to discover the cause unless it may be attributed to the sinking of the John Overton ferrydock yesterday morning, which obstructed the current, in its extremely low condition, to the amount of an inch rise. Severe Accident to the MeRiner Ste. Ueneiieve. Tipton VILLE, Tenn., September 10, ISsl. River Editor Memphis Appeal: The Sto. Genevieve met with an accident at our wharf yesterday about 4 o'clock. She bad landed, transacted her business, and when in the act of leaving the bank caved in on her, striking the cookhouse and complete demolished it, stove, cooking utensils all go- ing into tne river, ine wueel was not in jured, fortunately, the cooks were all out. 1 he boat was detained onlv about an hour. The damage may be estimated at about ?400. The Colorado had just left the landing before the Genevieve arrived. River Improvement in Arhansna. The following items, compiled by the Lit tle Rock Democrat, of Tuesday, indicates active work going on iu the various streams of that State, under the supervision of Chief- Engineer T. II. Handbnry: The rnasboat Wichita, to work in the Arkansas, between Fort Smith and Wichita, r. piilly approaches completion. Work was commenced May 10th; the launch was made July l.lth, and she will probably be finished oelore the Iirst ot next month, bhe will be a model craft. Captain Joe Evins, of Darda nelle, deserves great credit for his work in managing the construction. ork at Pine lilntl has been temporarily suspended. the united Mates snagboat C. B. Reese is now in the Arkansas, near its mouth, work ing up. the Aunt Sallie is at work lmnrovinir the Fourche Le Fave, removing stumps, snags, etc. 1 his river opens trade to Little Rock. and our merchants should look to it. The United States snagboat J. Ii. Meies is at work in White river, below Newport, and will probably remain in that stream all win ter. Two forces of men are working White rivtr, above Newport, removing snags and making other needed improvements. 1. L. JUcKown is in charge nt a large gang of men near Buffalo Shoals, White river, do ing long needed work. f. . luttle is superintending the Black river work. There are two boats iu this river, one working from the mouth up and the other from Poplar Bluff down. r.. C VI lley is superintending the Valine river work. This river is to be thoroughly cleaned from its mouth to Mount Elba. Work is to commence at once in clearing out the L'Anguille and St. Francis rivers. R1VEK.1 AI.O WEATHER. uilils Tenn. Mil jr'M mct-K jVr fmi . for eases, of YUnl- itt0, Jb'ei9M ! r- ti.on. mid CaNvarj. jlf-riwime.to ma A vacation of a month did not cive me much relief, but on the contrary, wj followed by irJw'rt:1Mdir.t:itrati a ar.d sinking t'UfUa. At this time 1 besotn the ooe of your Ihom Tonic, from which I re AliKcd imor iuttncdi ifj find wonderful nmattB. Tho!d paerry returned and I focmd that my nataral force was not irinp.ti: ntly .-.bated. 1 have uswi three bottled of the Tonic Since usirut it 1 hae done twice the ia bor that i overdid in th.: wrne tm during Dr liineits. and with donhUt the asm. With th trknnnll mtvm nud viKorof body, hnn uumo also a clearness of thought never bnforo enjoy!. If the Toaitc has not dona tba "Wia, i jkuuw HUM. " al -it. A K DISPENSARY. DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PHIVATJS Medical Dispensary. No. 17 Jefferson Street. Betweea Hnin anH Front. Hempbla f ESTABLISHED IN ISM. DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all parties in terested m by far the most snccesafnl physi- QtrtJn the treatment of yrrvate or secret diseases, in evertajrouKh aud nermauertt cures auamnteed orrnea ana uaie or iemaie. Kece.nl case, ot lion .1. P. A-reor. 1'nor CTirlwtUn Chnrcb. Troy. O. it thfcrrri iThe Irnn Tcnit tn i nrrnnrtttiriMi nf Trn- K ifjcifit f Mi'Oft. IVrtt- I vfa Htttkt nttti JViow- I tiSinttSH, raaMtr''t' T(f AftitittitH. Ml 4vc.-re lofiNOfACT'JICD BY THE DR. HAFtTER MEDICINE CO BO. 213 WORTH Ham STREET, ST. UUH ANT SPECIAL NOTICE IN view of the constantly Increasing popularity and demand for the celebrated ARROW TIK. tie universally recognized favorite Tie 'J' Planters, Cotton Pressmen and shippers of cotton generally, the McCoinb Tie Company, of New York, sole proprietors and man ufacturers of said Tie, commanding unequalcd facilities, have, in ad dition to their large stock on hand, contracted for Increased quanti ties, surhcieut to meet the largest demand forCotton Ties to cover the entire crop of the coming season, and now, through their Agents gen erally, oiler the popular and irrepressible ARROW TIE at the lowest market price, in bundles complete, it being the purpose ol the Com pany to merit tho continued patronage of the planting community and defy all competition that may arise. The buckles' are now se cnrely riveted to the band, thus preventing the loss ol same iu ahiD ping, and making a.stronijer Tie.. For Sale by all Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. J. J. McCOJIB, President, BTcw York. JOHN K. SPEED & CO., Special Agents, Memphis el Tieis ESTABLISHED 1849 THE OLDEST CAXDY HOUSE IX THE CITI. edit Walter WIIOLESALK AXD RETAIL Jrlasiufacturcrs of the celebrated S. V W. Stick Candy and Cor Mixed Fancy Candy. Weight and qnality of gool guaranteed. Trade supplied. Wedding Partiew a Specialty. AYTCES&.CO. COTTON FACTORS, Oflice lVo. 2Ci8 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. MyTUikli INSURANCE CO. OF MEMPHIS. Ko. IS MatltKon Street, - Memphis, Tennessee. (MARINE AND INLAND ONLY.) ouaistv fusti, $130,000 X. FONTAINE, President. JAMES E. BEASLEV, Secretary. C0LTOX GilEEXE, Tice-rresident. TAYLOK & CARROLL, Attorneys for Co. no ARM IT. FONTAINE, or nill, Fontaine A Co. A. C. 1 KEAiJWELL, of A. C. A A. B. Treadwell .6 Co. J.T. FARfHSON. of J. T. Fargsaon 4 Co. . C. P. HUNT, of C. P. Hunt A Co. . I. UWYNNE, of Stewart. Uwvune & Co. '.V. F. TAYLOR, of Porter, Tavliir A-Co. COI.TON fJKKKNH. of Ureen A lkaskv. JOIIX K. sl'Et:ii, of John K. 8ied A Co. J. W. FCLMfcR, of Fulrner. Burton A Co. Z N. 13TES. of Etitcb. Do tll A i:o. "Couducted ou a purely mutual system. OF THISTEES. J. M. FOWLKES. ol W. B. fialbrcath A Co. M. L. MEACHAM. of M. L. Men,' ham A Co. J. W. CALDWELL, of J. W. Caldwell A Co. THOU. H. ALLEN, of Thomas H. Allen A Co, W. A. GAGS, of W. A. Wage A Bro. JACOB JACOBS, of Jacobs A Hooker. W. T. BOYVDRE, of Bowdre, Malone & Co. W. B. MALLORY. of Mallory. Crawford A Co. E. LOWESSTEIN, of B. Lowenstein A Bros. J. W. IdLLARD, of Dillard A Coffin. L N. SNOWDKN. of Friedman Him Parties doing business with this Company will, ont of the earnings I. cnin I to a dividend on fill premium, r-sid in."1 WARD'S SEikllNAXtY. Nashville, Tenn. Closed its lfith year with young ladies, and 32 graduates. Parents wanting a School of Progress.Ex pcrlencc. Cnrefui Pntronsge. and Thorough Drilling in its manv Departments, including Cutting aad Filling Cluihes. will send for a new catalogue. Next year opens Sept. 1. Addros Da. W. E. WARD. the use of mercurVs cured In a few davs. without from buslneas. Secontfiwe of diet or hindrance eradicated witbont the tn or Bfellls, the last vestige 1088 01 semen stopped re shoifa. involuntary fromimpotencyorlossof sexiiSl ioweiBun-ererl to froa vigor in a few weeks. Victims of nlrtored and excessive venery, su tiering from spermatorrhea andlossnf physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particularattention paid to me Diseases ol women, and enres guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. Piles and Old Sores cured without the use of caustlt or the knife. All consultttionastrictlvconadenrlal. Medicines sent by express to all parts of the country unice noun irom s a.m to s p.m. Hundays from i. ff. JOHNSON. M.D. a. r. tin Late of Bennett's jLmadlnr, Hl. HIKPSO. TATSV mtr. ml Benneta'a jjLwOanc, TATE KH&OS. And Commission Merchants, 1Ta. aftzt nnd AAA Vmint St.. MonilllllS, leniJ JFKVtsj w -m- n mm w. mr mm' -mm- m. j m m w w-jjj- ww y - Liberal Advnneeat Ufado on Cmnoignmentsi of Cot . W. B. Mallory. W. J. Crawford- CHANCERY SALES. CHANCERY SALE OF SEAL ESTATE AND PERSONALTY. No. 3i"9, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby county E. E. Clarke ctal. vs. 1). 15. Palmer et al. No. 3",17. K. D.-.Slato Nationsl Bunk vs. D. E. Pal. mer et al. No. asivi, K. D. Frank Trimble vs. D. E. Palmer et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above consolidated causes on the 1st day of July. 1SN1, M. B. :i. page 72, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's otlicc. Courthouse oi Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, On Nmnrday, October IS, ISSl. within legal hours, the following described prop erty, to-n-it: A tract of land situated In Shelby and Tipton counties in the State of Tennessee, aliout two miles west of Kerrvillc, known as the home place of Da vid E. Palmer, and upon which he resided when the assignment was made, containing six bundled (tiilu) acres, the same heiug bounded on thenonh by the lands of Martha Shclton, the heirs of T. o. Moore, James Puine and George Rankins; on the east by the lands of l)r. A. II. Kerr, Mrs. M. B. Savage and Win. T. Nelson; on the south by the lauds of W. T. Nelson nnd D. P. Nelson, and on the west by the lands that belong to the heirs f A. W. Nelson. James Paine and the heirs of T. O. Moore, Thnt tsjrtion of said tract situated in Shelby county lies in District No. 2. Also, another tract of land situated in Dlstrlo.t No. 5, Tiplon county, Tennessee, about one mile south of the Poorhouse of Tipton county, bounded on the north by the Poorhouse tract: on tbe cast by the lands of Mrs, (irimi s and the lands belong ing to tne estate of Mart bit stoki-s; on the south by the lands belonging to the estite of Manha Stokes, the land belonging to Geo. Giimes and the land of W. H. Biirkhi iiner, and on the west by the lands of W. II. Kurkheimcr. containing in all one hundred and twenty-six (1-JB) ai res. Also, one house and lot Htuated at Mason's De pot, in Tipton county, Tennessee, known as the W. W. Greer place; lKjnnded on the north by the lands of Mrs. R. T. Brosduax; on Ihe east by the lands o' Dr. James Marklin; on the south by the lands of J. P. Sturdevaut and a lot sold bvsaid David E. Palmer to T. U. Taylor; and on the west by the depot and vitigtoii road, containing fif teen and one hall (l.";) acres. Also, one tract of laud situated in District No. r', in Fayette county, Tennessee; bounded on the north by the lands of Dr. Edtnond Montague; on the east by the lands of Kit Brewer and the lands formerly belonging to 11. M. Patterson; on fie south by the lands that formerly belonged to B. M. Patterson and the lands of James Irvine ; and on the west bv the lands belonging to the heirs of Mrs. James E. Mason, containing two hundred acres, and being the same tract mortgaged by tiie said David E. Palmer to James Richardson A Co. Also, the following personal profitrty situated on the borne place fir.t herein described, to-wit: Four wagons, all the farming Implements of said David E Palmer, about forty (40) head of sheep, aliout twenty (20) bend of cuttle, two (2) yoke of oxen, two (2) gin-stands, two () buggies, one (1) piano, one (1) set of parlor furniture, and one (1) set of blacksmith and wheelwright tools. Said above described property will be sold sub ject to the encumbrances recognized and set foith in the decree ordering the Bale, and to which ref erence Is made for more pArticularitv. Te rns of Sale On a credit of seven months: purchasers to give notes with two sullicient securi ties: lien retained; redemption barred. This Sep tember 9, lssl. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. C. F. Vance. H. K. Avery, Myers A Sneed, tian A Patterson, SoliciUirs. &lallory,Crawford 6 Co WHOI)SSAXE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS 254 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. DIILILiARB & OOFFra COTTON FACTORS And General Coniinission Merchants, N0S. 303 AND 304 FBONT STREET, MEMPHIS. SI. I- MEACHAM. C. E. MEACHAK. 6 CO. E LIMCiWvi WHOLESALE GROCERS ID COTTON FACTORS No. 9 Union St., Memphis. REMOVED TO K0. 370 FRONT STREET. J. W. BITRTOH, J. J. THUBHTOS. JT. W. I'CLJIF.B. Fulrner, Thornton & Co., Soecesaora to Fnlmer. Barton aV Co. Coil Factors k Mat Grocers, tn S3 O la CHANCERY SALE OF ItEiL ESTATE FOIS PARTITION. No. SQS9, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county Wi liaru: Neville el al. vs.i. W. Granberrv et al. "DY virtue of an interlocutory decree forsaluen. I x J tet 5 09 o- OVAL! THE OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG HOUSE OF Hi fi a SiB fs r b r i ru h e- Ti 83 J S E g. LD & C Has been removed to the large and commodious building formerly occupied by Rice, Stix A Co., LjL:o. For the purpose of conducting the goncr.il DRUG. PERFUMERY and NOTION BUSINESS upon a more extensive plan. AlWriends and other purchasers arc invited to call and examine our stock. "STKICTLY HEADQUARTERS FOR PURE GOODS AT LOWEST RRICES." tHrH Kilt Y Ij OPPOSITE TIIE OLD (2.1 YEARS) STAXD.-fBfl 0R6ILL B iFvrrE Signal Servicr U. . A. I y, fmphis, September 11. ISnl. j 703 Chesnut St, St. Louis. Mo. t ol. oCr,nn tijiw lo ciiru aperrbutorrha-a. Sminul WeaKPefP, TiopoWnoy. all fo c: flTitilil?. GonoThoea. Gloot, Uriiii.-Tr or iilnritF? rtie;iMjs Kownl ciuws otirftl ic m. hwdara. All th diu;tMfj i-Maltiai' froTTl eclf-abn?. exrsrcs or OAifauru rndicully cured for Jit.s with ftufe nip-lirina. Aavio fnww CliHrf low. 0-11 or write lr at rift .-fntMrnr B-T-'litQm Book for tO stilltlpfl. CARRIAGE CUIDIi1: tj Jft fJJ IrotitilM wiit "mtiirrnT LnllUW tViUm. rt '-utor VVtutf-a) fhroil Wit't f( Prof. MurrU'l-i.uiiihlit llli-:i piicatoti. T!'S riimjihlH ia ftlu.h! to aujr laJf in ielf tite health, beinx a tt'. ru'i;!'!y r'.ttc' trratue nr : 1 i iiir4, smrne. Harris 8atB e -a. Cairo i;iitcinuati Diveuport. ... Dubuque Heieua Keokuk Leavenworth. . Little Rock Louixville Hmphl ... Nashville. tew Orleans.. IPittsburg JShrcveport. .. St. Louis Vicksbnrg Above low water. Feet. 10 inches. Rise inches. Fall inches. ROTHERS k CO, Hardwareand Tinware. We arc now receiving the most complete atock of Cutlery, Ou n, liiUUicrs' Hardware and Rail road Contractor Tools, ever offered in this market. Nos. 310 and 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS. 0 m ..f in-! Gnrtm & Go. Cll li CiD Norlli Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. IBelow bench mark, low water 1H7. M ETKOKOLOG1CAL REPORT. Ther. T;a:e. DR, BUTTS' GiSmi Treat aJlCnrOTiic Xisor.ses. cad enjov-s a natioa al ninitJit ion thr'ir-'.i t'tfi curiuof cOtiijilirritMl vofte eciiuii .f tiu hi.j1. !.m.. t--nc-ii, tr..:.il with n jm i v aLTM itti,,:,'.'t'1f ririL-fmrn thtt:ec tvs i ...j al rfiiA'.ll.' i. 'ii i ! rrli-n :l. v. :.. Ii is i ti&lu .mm mi. CiH of qt-rstninatu L aiMweretl ot p:tirt.U dciirir:; Ut-ii- k.mI wi.il.,1 tr ia in- 3 IJrf.l n.l a i-i-Vif a-1',0. PtnaM awlTrrln .Vwaa Lm-lun- U.onlt) arn their adrlroaa.V nud irM omrlbins to tiit-lr aatiutafi. It Is ot rm.jr Lguiitniii'i: it --ii a unci' r i -uiii ice Til!, ..dahoul4 he aavr-.-!! Dli. JJt TTti, IS urtla Ktb SU BU lxiuls. nx. Bar. Wind. lft ca titer. X.E. riou1y.T N.w. iLlRht ruin. E. ip I.i izli t rain. PRESGHiPTION FREE l.r iKr ixvar I -" Weal;nv-. l-ti I- ltitil(, I'r.miituru sf.f.l:.v. crvonn. Ih-toM.leticy. 4'int'iiin or lilt'M. Wfi'wth o Mt-oi- F Anv (trujrtriw. ck: lnarTi.i,r- "' IttO Vrl rlll Hrrfl. H:lnniitl. Hti. DR, BUTTS' rrtat!lriieill7 it U K. Sti Svc:t, ST. LCUI3, THE PhritcUM in rhart rf tint eH wll n-m r a-..i.lr raJi.alrBiu tncatc.ijW and cTrrT. tMn heir hkilt aim! aUiliI to Btua-h allvr n. tf-t " th OfVrx pm tit'tiuer, llt tnev have .-.i4..rd national ( nnarv Trovblea- nnj jwiii-.e or jamiinii hmkww " ikroKl. Ai or n, treated with , on artontiac pr- Cicle. wufMuit tisiri.- Mercurr or other 'oibou mZttCtCiXtmm. us- Er(te.aaJ ". k.rie irtr man , !T Z. reaxa, are penuaneniiy turry. . mr eaceaa In snatuaed Tear, Mir produce too ot ibe to rinf erte.ta Bsai 5&wr -icVM, imir-.. terns) K -parr. h aaJaVT'f'aa, av.rijatrr. dei-nJeiie. rocfuaiPn of Ua, aw4FWT to metf. dclettitfe anemnrr, viuI -Kt:Voo, tnipr-..j PATIENTS f pg tine froaa Kiinre viiould nrtd tlaMr Id rata , 4t-4pniniuiK'-t.iini 'rn?u, cocti trntial, a. d arin-jM t r vureaaca d. Ltat o( qiir.tinoa In be antwrftl pater U dalrtuf tTVSV Wm auaiMM iree u ""v fiwaawi aataeal t raw Misas - nr, g t. , 6:0ft a.in. W.'.m 71 2:at p.m. i 10:08 p.m. Jl.Ma1 I 1-6 Maximura thermometer, 77. Minimum thermometer, 66. Rainfall, 0 :. BY TELEGRAPH. WIIFELING. September 14. River 1 foot 5 lnche-s, and falling. Weather clear and pleas-Mil. KVANSVILI.E. SeDtcmber 14. Noon River 2 inches below gauge. Weather cloudy and pleasant. Ninht River '2 inches on the gauge. Weather cloudy and cool. CINCINNATI. September 14. Noon River 2 feet 2 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy and plearaut. .Night mver leet mcnes, ana stationary. Weather moderate rain since dark. NEW ORLEANS. September 14. Weather cloudy and rainy during the liny, clearing oil to-night; thermometer Ni . .oarnvaiB orucpariurcs. ine Paris C. Brown, from St. Louis, is due to-night. PITTSBURG. September 14. Noon River 2 inchea in the channel, and stationary. Weather clear and pleasant. Night River 2 inches in the channel, aud stationary. Weather clear aud warmer. VICKSBDRG, September 14. Weather raining; thermometer 72. No boats up or down. Arrived: Gold Du&t, 1 p.m. It has been raining all dny, nearly 2 inches having fallen, thj fin-t iu live weeks. CAIRO. September 14. Noon Weather cloudy and cool. Arrived: John B. Maude. Memphis, 10 a m. Departed : John B. Maude, St. Louis, 11 a.m. Night Riveie feet, and rising, weather ciouuy; thermometer 7il3. ST. .LOUIS. September 14. Night River liscn 2 inches, and now stands 10 feet 2 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and warmer. Arrived: Colorado and H. J. Dickey, Memphis. Departed: John L. Rhoades, Memphis. 1AJUISVILLE, September 14. Noon River sta tionary, with 2 feet in the canal, and no water in the chute on tire falls by the marks. Wea'.lier cloudy and pleasant. Night River stationary, with 2 feet in tne cantu, ana no water in tne cnute bv the marks. Business dull. W'ealber cloudy and pleasant, with rain this evening, aud looks aa 11 it would continue an nigni MOVEMENTS OF H'EAM STEAMFKS. HAMBURG, September 14. Arrived: fimbria. New York. QUEENSTOWN, September 14. Arrived: Sama ria, Boston. NEW YORK. Septemlier 14 Arrived: Parthia. Liverpool; F.isia, Hamburg; Jan Breydel, Ant werp. NEW ORLEANS, September 14. Arrived: Sa hara, Newport. The bhara reports passing thromrh two hurricanes. Her commander. Cr.p- ptin iiuncan, mea September nth. t niei-iimcer Gill took command of the vessel and brought her inKport. I Icnred: Hudson. New ork. KOILER.3I AKEKS. rOSITIl'E CTRE FOR Sold by all drugirists. PILES. Health is Wealth. Dr. E.C Whst Nkrve and TiRatn Treatment A pec1 flc for Hysteria, DUzim-s, t'onTuisioni Nervous Htiadarho. Mental Ioinanon. Losa Memory, Sperm aiorrhea. Impotencv, Inroluutary ii mi scions, jTvicaiupc j;a Age, caused Dy over exertien, ReliHibuw or ore r-in diligence, which leavds to ruiserv, deoav and d . (- tui will cure rco?nt cases. K&ch box contains one month'i treatment. One dollar a box. or six boxes for five dollr.rs: sent by mail, rrepaia. ou receipt o( price. We suarauiajre six boxes to care any caw. With each order received bv ia for tux loxe, accomra- nicd with five dollars, we will send tle purchaMOi our w ritten giinranteeio return tne money if tat treatnieiit dttta not trSxx-t a cure, tiuarauteea la sued only by a. KKNKERT A tX., Wholesale and Kt-iaii irt:isu, Ji,- Matu street, Memphis, inn Orticra iy mai win rNNive irMpT wttt'iition. R.LEWIS & CO. tBOILER MAKERS Copper and Slteetiron Work AXD rOXTRACTOHS. All work done promptly, day or night. Terms cash. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Memphis. RlCtlDKNOlI. NO. 61 SECOND ST. rpTTTa T jl TJTT tnav ho fonm) m ffla at aa-aw a. oa t. RiiweU Co-. jSewspaiiel W DE'S Internal remedy for lis fur of PIl-ESU 4 .No rib Court fttref. tliMblrt.Tfn ri;o pr notllfA. Manufnctnivrs ct crr- o.--":r.it."n Hubber nnd IeaitiT It-!in-ttll Saw nnd rinitin,? M'i t'trcalar Srw. I:v f'l; V Y Our V.-v lllti- iliir .Ji!:ii:r ."nil, iMtd ( Mr.-( ut S(iwk; Wholesale Vtmiwn In ( nut I!c-''-, S:i.v (aiimuiervs UpsetaH aassl - .r - :f. ot f I.ociiv.oo.l'b Patent HtoCteal r"..!. .'."Ti'.! -!';":!! r.ttc-n'ion ta rti-air worx. Agents for ami cnxxmxa 3rACHl?.UlY. t!.p T i ji iVe cn iMwIicittion. ia 3 ' sPTt Ixm ban terrd in the above eatie on the hth dnv nf July, l;.sl. M. B. 32. paReklr,., I will sell at pauuc auction, to tne higher bidder, in front of the Clerk nnd Mahter'solliee, Courthouse of tihelby County, Memphis, Tennessee, on fiatnrday, September 21, 1991, within lepal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn., to-wit; A certnin lot orpaiceiot eronna Mtuited. King and being in the limits of the former city of Mem- pnis. county oi tsneiny ana statu oi Tennessee, be- jtj jiart of lot No. 21M. cn the original plan of Memphis, and more particularly known as lot No. 2, of the subdivision of said lot No. 218, Leath and Currin, Trustees for II. R. M. Hill, and bounded as follows: Beginning; at a point on the east marKin or side of Main street 21 feet aud 2 nd 4-itn mcnes north ot Adams street; running thence liorlh with .the east side of Main street twenty-one H) feet and two and four-seventh inches to the southwest corner of lot No. 3 of said subdivision lot No. MH; thence east, parallel with Adams street, seventy-four (i n feet and three (S) inches to an alley feet wide: thence sou:h twenty-one feet and two ani 4-7ih inches to the northeast corner of lot No 1 of said subdivision ; thence west seventy lourlect and three inelies dim parallel with Adttms street to the tK'uinniiifr, beiiif; the same lot purchased by Isaac Neide from Wiley P. Talor by deed dutcd Jammr, 2, jstii, and le corded in book No. 4t", page Erected on said lot Is a two-stnry brick storehouse. Also one other lot or parcel of n Hud bhelby county. Tennessee, a joining the above described lot on the north: Benin nirnr on the east tide of Main street 42 feet 5 l-7th inches north of the intenrectioii of Mntn und Adams streets; thence running north with the east side of Maiu fctreet twenty-one c.'O feet two and 4 7ih Inches; thence east seventy four (74) feet and three inches parallel with Adams street; thence south, parallel with Main street, twentv-one feet and 2 and 4-TtU inches; thenee iarallcl with Adams street siventy-four feet and three inches to the le- (iiuuing; being subdivision lot No. .' of lots Nos. 'J 17 and 21 s, made by Leath and Currin. Trustees. the same lot as pun based by Andrx-w J. Cuuuins- nam ana isiiac Seville trom j. Alex. .Martin, aeea dated Iieceinl.r 2. ltv. and rworded in book 26, page 3S.t, Rts-gister's oftice ol (-aid countv, and on June i.i. l.vi'j, book 3H2. tmce 142. Isaac Neville pur chased Cunriimimm's interest. Unsaid lot is now built a double-story brick storehouse. Also, a certain other lot or parcel of ground lying and be in? within the limits of Memphis, in the county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, described on the man of the city oi Memphis as part of lot ixo. 4u, commencing ai a suiKe seventy -tour ana one-fourth l4'4) ieet irom the intersection of Pop lar and Third street-, at the northeast corner, running thence eastwardly at right angles ne hundred and forty eight and one-half (14) feet to the west side ot the fourth alley; thence north thirty-sveu c.THcetand one and one-half (1U inches: thence west one hundred and forty-eurht and one-half (M.) feet to u stake on the east side of Third street; thence south with the eot side of Third street thirty-seven (XT) feet and one and one-half (14) inches to the begin nine, Iteing the same lot purchased by Isaac Neville from L. V. Dixon and wife, by deed of date April :1. lii. and recordeil in biHk No. r2, ppe .rlii,in Register's office, Shelby couutv. On this lot is built a double story dwelling, this bcinr the residence of the said Isaac Seville m his li e time. Also, the follow inn described lot or parcel of ground, lying and Tiemg in Memphis, in the county of Shelby and Stale of Tenuessee, aud more par ticularly described as lH'ginning at the southwest corner of the intersection of Adams and Third streets, running thence westwartlly with the south siaeoi Anams street lorty i et; thence soutnwaru- lvona line parallel with lhird street ninetv-bix (.ki) feet to an alley, wbieh alK y is eight and one- nan icei wtoe; tncuce eastwaraiy on a line paral lel with Adams street fori v feet lo Third street: thence northwardly on and with the west side of Third street ninety-six ('.:) feet to the beginning, being the same property purchased by Isaac Ne ville irom H K. luch, trustee, at trustees sale, on NovemtHT 15. lfi.". bv deed reeo-ded in Retiistcr's oruceoi neiiv countv, tn tKoi o. r-im, paue.iM terms nf Wale One-third IV.t ca'h. luilimee in nine nd eighteen months, ' purchaser executing notes who gooa security, hearing six per cent. in ir oeierrea payments, i-ien reiameu, etc. Thw bepumner 2, jkm. IL J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Clapp & Beard, Sols, lor Compl'ts. fmm pj Inn, - T liriTIII .MMMMCMSMMM.liTO.irHM'Min-iVW 1 I ij s n i tya ii. H. COOVER & CO. JUANCFACTTKERS OP Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOGR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Biackete and Scroll-work, Eongh and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths, etc-, I6l to 179 Washington St., Memphis, Tenn. Pop1.tr .treet car, carry yo" to the Markothouse, one nuarr- from tha Mill. Boils MILBURN'S PATENT Tin i HI -I oiler nnr Pin I www. n uiii i uiiuuu iiuiiiu urn I Has no equal lor Speed, Sample, Clean Seed, Removing Hulls, Trash and Leaf. The nse of this If a chine will pay for itself over common gin in one hundred bale, of rough gathered eotton. oar Hrlf-reMlera, t'.ndemen, lver aad Hrrftr I'rraac ror florae or Hteatm Power, (uraalHd M)nal to aay In every reaper. VK VIJl.lj jMJl ntL 1 I 1 T.JV l.'l. I. 1.. nmiaflt, r...n...aK. try n, . ... .i . v. A me. anil Atliu Knltrluea. Send tor Illustrated Catalogue, with teatimsuials of live planters. Carver Gin and Machine Co., cor. Shelby and McCall Sts., Memphis J. C. Xeely. S. II. Brooks. II. M. Neelr. BROOKSJEELY&CO rocers,Ootton Factors AXO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 3G7 Front street, - Memphis, Tennessee J. II. Hi ilAVITl', lMte ot V. W. tioyerlA- Co. cDavitt & Co, WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors lVo. AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, iVonl "street, - Memphis, Tennessee. I. literal AC unices Jlatlc on t oiiwIkiiiiioiiIh. J. af. J.4W FS. 4'fl(lit kI--ii'm W. W. J.t.Hhv tlrorrry NHll-.niRti T FJISSBTT & CO LUMBER MERCHANTS Anrl iealera in DOORS, SASH, BLINDS and MOLDINGS, FLOORING, C eiling, Sluing, Shingleis JLatli, Elc Oltlre and Store, X o. 35:1 Se-.-utid SI. Yard and WnrehonHe. Cor. Hernando A SayiM. Ha?" Prief l.tslp. Estimates and MoWimr Rooks Mailed on application ."TBa UWT fe OO. WHOLESALE ROGERS AND COTTON FACTORS 304-300 Front St., Mempkis, Tenn. AND ixntaSt ewart & Go Cotton Commission Merchants, Xo. 37 Ca rondel et street, - Xcw Orleaui.s. Ia, PBATT DANIEL FEEDERS AHD CONDENSERS, TI ft TT i 1 TT ' fl miai. E3 jQttouGiDsJcliDseGins K. Gavin. John H. Snlltvan. Tnoau t lark. M. t. t lark. Wbaalesale Orocers, Cotton Factors, And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis. Tenn. Between Adam, nnd Jcffenoa, Our L N. RAINZT devote, hut whole time to the Weighing and Sal. of all Cotton lntrtuted to onr ehaTve. we hav.or.rown Coftoti w.rehoitTO. comer v.htntrton and 8wnnd ntrwi. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL M8TATF,, No 1075, R Chancery kurt of Shelby county- Porter, Taylor Si Co. vs. J. M. w tluanis et ai. BY virtue of interlocutory decrees lor sale en tered in the above cause on the 13th tluy of October, lfe0. and August 9. InM, I will sell at pub lic auction, to the highest bid tier, in froiu of the Clerk and Master's otliee. Courthouse of Shelby county, uempnia, xennessee, ou Sain relay, October 1, 1381, within letral hours, an undivided one-third inter est in the following described properly, situated in biieioy county, .lennessee, to-wit: Ling and being in the Second Civil District of Sheiby county, Tenn.. and on the waters of Big creek, and being a pnrt of the two thousand-acre iraci granieu iy me t?iaie in o:tn varoi?ua to A. Sharj-e, and more particularly describe! as lots jnos b, 7 auu , ami oo untied as loiiows, viz: He KinniufE at a sweetKum niirked 3. 4. .r and 6:NW corner of lot No. .; thence west r south, crossine Pear creek at o chains 70 linfcs, in all i.KJ chains 70 links, to an elm tree marked 7, southwest corner of lot No. a; tlience south ft west 44 chains 20 links to a stake; thence uoith 4- west to a dogwood tree marked 6. 7. on the routh boundary of the SharrMj tract; thence east 6 souih wilh said line '9 chains 70 links to a stake aui blaukt'uia marked 5, the southwest corner of lot No a, cosvine Bearcriek on this line; thence north 51 ea-t 44 chains and 'M links to the bcin;:iimg. And aipo tlie said lot Np 7, bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake 12 links east of n hickory marked V. H., the south east corner of W. Hill's .V-O-acrc tract; theme west 5 north Si chains aud S0 links to a stake; thence north 4J we-t lft links to a Miirar tree marked 8: thence south 5" west -'0 chains and h0 links to a dugwood marked 7, 8, on S ha rye's south boundury line, crossing Juke's creek IS chains, in all i chains aud bO links toasUikc; thence north 45 10 links to a dogw.wvl marked 7; thence north 4; east 50 chains and K) links to Uie Ixginning. And also the said lot o. eight, bounded as follows: Be ginning at a stake: thence north 4-V and IA links to a bugar tree marked s, the norihwest corner of lot No. 7; thence west d4 north M chaii.s and Hi links to a stnke, 10 links north of a poplar tree marked w. b., . btielby s northeast comer; thence south 5 west on bhelby's line, crossine Juke's creek 50 chains and so links to at-take. 8hel- by'sSE crner on 8harpe s souvh boundary line. crossing Juke's creek 50 chains and M) links to a stake. Shelby's 8E corner on Shfcrie s south bound ary line; thence east oc t-outh $ chains and M) links te a doswood muikeu f.h: thence north east 5. chains and 80 links to the beginning -the sttia turee lots , i nun containing ;no acres. Also, the followliie tract of land in the lith S.ir- veyor's District and ihe Mh Civil District of Shelby eounty, lenri., ami oounuea as ioiiows, viz: iie- einnine at a stake 25 links cast of a postoak II. II. J. Hardeu's NVV corner of his "0-acrc tract; thence south 7 chains nnd H4 links to a sukc with redoak pointers; thence west 23 chains and l:j links to a stake, '1 blackoak piinurs on the east boundary line of Henry Williams's orl filial p'-acre tract (now owned by tlie heirs of j. w. Ciiiicspie); tiienre north with Mrs GiUenh''B und Mrs. Crouch's cjist line 4N chains and in Mnkt toa stake and two oiarK'taic pointers unn wniteoak pointer; thence cast ;" cbmns to a siake aud sweetirum poiniers: thence north 4 Chains and js links to a stake with hickory pointers; thence east twenty (20) chains and eignty (so) links to a stake and blackgutn pointers on K. i. Hale's original west Hue, south ten (10) chains end 25 links to a stake on said Hale's line and southwest corner; thence east 4 chains and lu links to a black on k U'. ii thence south & ciiains and 0T links to a stake two redoak pointers; thence west 10 chains 25 links to the beginning, containing 150 acres, more or less. Terms of Sale On a credit of sx months: pur chasers executing notes bearing six er cent, in terest; lien retained; redemption barred. This September, ISM. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Smith A Collier. Humes A Poston, Attnrn': PEOPLE S INSURANCE COMPANY. OFFICE, NO. 16 MADISON STREET. CASH CAPITAL : : : : S200.000. W.M. FARRINGT0N, Pres. II. T. LEM M0X,V. Pres. CARRI'0T0X MASON, Sec. Io.nrance taken nponall ClaMeaoriferrhandlae. OwelllnvIIonae. and Inelr Vomt . . . , . Miff A 1TL? fl Pit. iJJJMM ta tuuj AVHOI.ESAI.E I00TS, SHOES, HATS lVos. 322 1-2-324 Main street, Memphis, ARE NOW HEADY FOK TIIE nunsneoi me neat NiMtMi mna i.aift-t n lock a ortioodttlo ihelr line R. L COCHRAiMCa CO AW tin PLANlaU Mil l, w a war -mr . n DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, HOLDING, LUMBER Lath tnd Shingles, llooring, Ceiling, and Cedar Posts. C. II. Taylor. tivt. Arnold. RETUKS1N0 thanks or the lileral patronaee hereU.fore extended, we rmpectfiilly aak a continnanc of the same. We asaitt offer you COTTON G1SS whose merits are attested by the entire cotton conntry. We use the BrT MATERIAL and make a COTTON GIN which, with proper rare, will LAST ALMOsT A LIFETIME. Our l l'l.ll'St III I.I.I.K U INN, to which we have added lm provemeuta. are tne 1-. MpRrat.r. ot lialls, and it 111 Improve iMle picked hnlly rot ln from One a nil a half to I'lirCau er IHinuil In value. WE GCARANTfcE ALL OL'K M A(-H1N8. Fatlini; u. fill our Orders la..t season, oivlug to the demand, w. have increaaeil our facili ties for manufacturing THIS, and w ill lie aDle to fill all Orders promptly. We are prepared In KKFAIR GINS, KEKilEKS, i'KiSSh.S, eu ., in Hue rtty. having established a Shop with Mr. J. -A. SM1LKY, late Foix-iiian at the Factory. We can aastire all who neiio un Iheir (.Ins lo be repaired the work will he done in FIRST-CLASS ORDKR aud REASONABLE PRIl'Kii CliAUOKU. SESI FOK I IKI'ILARH, OR M'KII'K FOR TERMN, 1 PRATT GIN CO., 314 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS. KEWAKO. 500 lleward. WE will pav the above reward for any case ol Liver Commal nt, UvfiH'pKia, Slek Headache. Indi gestion, Constipation orco.livetie wecauuot eui. 1 . iiu nm a v uscwurc jiv.-i . in., .urn uic tiotia are atrlctlv conitilled with. They are nurelv. Vevetable. ami n.-ver fail to rive tMUHiac lion. Bniiar-coaUsl. Larue boxes, containing . plds, '.ft cenla. For luile by all ilrumslata. Kewarenf couo Ifrdita and I tn I u.i ion. The peiiuine manufao- lureil only t.y jiihn v. hut hi., "Tho Fill Makent," 1k1 atid IKi W. MudUoti sireet. Chlirago. Free trial package sent by mail, prepaid ou re ceipt of a 3-cent nam p. For sale by A. Kenkert, WHOI1B8AI.H (irocers, Cotton Factors and Gen'1 Commission Merchants no. X7x r run i nireet, JtiemphK Tennewiee. We will give earefnl attenUon to th. purchase and sale of goods not Id onr line Liberal ad ce. made - SgrW-Jo J.T.15:?cr"gg:t Beef Speoiftity.Ti W. T. llowdre. ISooth G. Haloiic. BO S. 1". llowdrv. WORE, : MALONE & CO. COTTON FACTORS, 286 front street COTTON iXCHANGKf Memphis, Tciiu C.i