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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY OCTOBER i O 1.8S1. a. RAILWAY RECORD. Arrir.l and IVcpnrlure or Tram. 1 -i-s on t.ie Cncarake, Ohio and Snuthweet-r-, - rro loifuwn: Mail leaven daily, n 7" , ASl 4:i Pm.: freight leave, daily . o.-n " arriw. daiW, except Sunday, a: . t.-.i'-. 'reh-ht ".v dAjly at 5:40 p.m 1 nil- I 1 -4.t :. Tr.ir c:i trio Werner, is aim i.uue iw ... ; ..v. h; 6:Sii vm. Fas.'n-,-,. ,!,i;v-a p.m.; IrutM arrives -, .-u'ntar. at ,V.st'p.m. ., ,-i th Merorhisana Charleston .."xl move ,w r"v time: Mail and express leaves ,x 11 10,. .in.; iat ml ana P'V At ! ui. Somerville accommodation i .v, .'..-.- .pt umUy. at 4:4.5 p m. Ma; and i TrJU ,4ive '.i'.y at !l:a.m; fst mail and J I t Irv." .'a -: 10 p.m: Somervilie ao . "1, mvV.iilv, J5.pt Sunday, at 8:00 ' rVi o-i t:- S.oii.'vlUcanJ Vasnrtlle road move a,,'.." W: -.ail arrive. dtiyat:a.m.. ST- !.- .: rasii .eaves .'ally at , 30 . a R- .w:iv:il j.-cornmodation fleaves dU, .ri :- at u-f.n.:Mii am tee - . r v T .j . -ommodaUo:i arrives u- omuiodatio:i arrives T r.o- .-:. ti -' Mi i",H'i and Tennear toU ml t ". '..::.,"- M"! !. dally at I2:to p.m. t T- ' M;amV.t- leaves daily, excvptsunday. : a-m. .' .Lllv. pkvM Suiitlav l . lit Mi .'. r.-:re ';ai'. it S:-Va.iu.; Sanlis . .- ..win Kiinilav Mi im. ;7 . a : fr. iM irrivo- daily, except Suuuay, at ... ,m. PfKSOS.1. AI CHIKAL. Tiie 5virvr.-p.rl Su lord, of Similar, gives the wtrn-mr to '-Look out for regular trains on the N--w Orleans t'acitie K.ulway within li.e next uw tlay.'' Kive luiil -.lime of the .S.mt!iern Car Works t! Kn xri:leare Ci-nij-iito, woodwork shop, fir.-tisiis !io. lry hou", boiler-room and ti f.-ino-ri'-niii. The" machinery will aoon be j :oe aui csr building commence. Ti.e Ili cis of the city of Chattanooga a-Luii liie u reral railway conipauies claiiu-pr-per:v there fur unpaid taxes, comes up in the present term of the Supreme Court, i.. n in w hich i. earnestly awaited. TKr.v h in !r .1 la(MrT are callel for to . :k 11:1 the hy's Ki.lge Hranch of the j.. I, ... .. r,.ii M ,i:"n!ai:i and S-)iuhern Kail ,,v. i :;! K0.1!!, in .iay county, Arkansas, t . r' -r.,-t t'iiy, which luus been recently let . .:! :o entree:. i fir:i!- f the Louurtlle and Xash- , i.- T ;.:e i.cirih w.-k in S-ptember were ..! ?n i::ci n-e of .-:rtH over last v, .ir . n ni tu.nMse. From July to Sep- ti.S r :i ::) car:nnj acre f-.tilio.SJ.j, an n -r: ri '.".-'.' Toe r. ;:'r auaatl uie-. tiug of the stock holier !! ih? Kit Tenn:cc, Virginia and ttTjfit iiuiroad company will be held at .if company' jiHt, tu the city of Knox Tii e, Tenr..f , at 1- o'clock, Wednesday, r.e tf;h c t Nveuib:r, A friic.t train v a- vrreckej on the East Tin s. Viri'::iia a:id tieorgii Kailway, Mr Su::,T, Si:nJay, canned by the Iu r a iite atrikins coir. The engineer, Ja:e Turner. a slightly injured, and e:ri.l caw t the tr.-.ia ditched. At s ni-rtir.g in C"t. Louis yesterday of the -.kho'.X r.J ot the National Stuck Yard of 1 l.ni. Ji.ep'.i M jlhall, of Louis, --vn i :jm the S.i.ird i.f iiircctora, and J iy ti i.;.!. wh ha recently become a lare 1 - if -.!dr. a elecud in his place. T facilitate the settUaient of claim for 1 --. dauia-, overcharges, etc,, to freight, a c.earir.;it'Uf ii been established tor the 1 y:em." ccnsit:t;s; of the Texas and i'.c.u.-. u L'i'is, Iim Mountain and South- r. !n:ern.tirnal and (irea: JSorthern and M.. :-i r.'.c:a and leased lines. A c'ro;iar order was isue-l in Cleveland, ' -, 1 e:er.iay. announcing the appbintmrnt t l i'. 1'. Wright a tieneral Superiutendrnt . . !. iu- Sh. re iins with hf adqnarters at l Mr. Wrlsht was formerly Super- .:. e ; of tile B itlalo Iiviion of th Lake :. .r , hui ia;er Mister of Transportation of : .e l'r:e r.iid. V t.e iuc intn m rnin train on the N .r.hwtera ll.r ad reached the suburbs N.t.iivi.l Sur.diy.it ran into a market at; n c.-r.tainini; tw mei. The waon was t - tt re.-is. OA' of tha mva was m. r y i: l :rd and the other ccnsideratly i i:e h-.rs. s were severely injured. -:.e i.t C.: -ciHir4 f ualiy. T i-"i.'i;.Tni the Ei; Tjntiesse, Vir--''. i 'i ..r.-'a K li'.w ly a.U-trtisea thu: V.'. par'i. ii j 1 : tiiT Knoxviile aud Ohio :..r . i r-Ti will receive therefor enmmoa t t of 'I s Ki'l Tnne-s..c, Virginia and t'x Ku'riad company by sending the ; c-::..i i-.t s, proper.yj in lors-.vl, to t'.ia -:r r-.'.,:i:i National Hans, New York.'' 1 -c- ci:.i:! s.o.-k ..f th rs. w company to : r: -ti e t in 'rt'i iii icithern is jo,lKM,--. Ti'.e ; V am i.rit w is (iiibscrihcd t:u.-iT jl,oJtt.i,ii b tlie iir'anr Svn- . r-t-rvtiu-1 by Mr. Kr.-d Wold'., and ;;.!'.'" :y i:i.-ns ti Cin.-iniiaii. Such I':-.- aniic'.y to se.';ire the stock that had ! .- i n ..Lit aiitiUel to Cincinnati leen four t'-n s a mii-.:h a it was it would have been Ttie 4tbia and X lialiaippl. 1 ;n::at 1. ;olr-r 11. The Directors of :.-e '.:; au i Mississippi Railroad meet to rn w here ; ?nar;j inr the auntial Dieet ::.! s: k!n liiers on Thnrlay, when im '."rtant action is expected to be taken. Denial by Oav la. .-as rtay.-i-.-o, ik-tolvr 11. President ?";., ..! t'l.. Snifh I'.iriiia Coast Narrow-?-ue. 1 -i'.ivtly denies til-it there haj been .i- i?:vUr of t.ut road to the Central Pa ' .lis. srs l fays no nesot:a:iuas have been ra:J-' t that end. From eipreision droppad i y Imv:, Loev r, the iuij region remains t:ia: t-jint iju-tion of p-.liey is involved in tr.e der.:l, avJ that a change of control is ixirii!ig. Tbe Pariflt Railway IatMtls;atiai. The foliowir.f: is the iiit ot the Commis ioarrs appointe-1 by the President to investi gv l ie construction of the Pacific Kailroads, i'orJiri tp art of Congress. Northern f'ai3c A Oout seventy-five miles A c uip'eted road cn the eastern end, Barna bai B. liornf, of MaaJield, t)hio; Ezekiel 4 1 11k, of I -a City. Iowa; David C. Shep Jt'rd. i f S. Paul, Minnesota. Northern Paciflc For ah-.ut 20J completed i-.ii" on the w-trn end, Thomas T. Miner, i Port TownsenJ. W. X.; H. H. Gorrine, of 'ew Yorkcity; W. SI e'e, of Fairfield, Iowa. A'l nitio and Pacific Simon Stevens, of Nrw Yorkciiy; K L. Mnssey, of Ohio; Ed ward C Dean, of Mi"hian. New Orleans Pacific Thomas Ilassard, of Florida. Traaafer or Kaolbera Railroad. Cix.-ix.sati, October 11. The final for malities onnnclfd vrith the transfer of the Cinriaaa'i Smthem Ilailroad to th Cincin nati, N?-w Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway company, in accordance with the terms of Je.e to Fred V.'olu ;, were accomplished this afternoon. The nw company paid to the trustees of the r;a l jlol.TW for the property and supplies on hand, and to the company which ha bee:i operating the road $1,878," Tlo, for their I roperty in rol ing tock, etc., which was fixed by the appraiser. The company also dM oiled with the 'inking fund J-'ajOjOuO as security for making better menu of the road, as. rerpuired by the lease, ar.d in addition gave a mortgage on all the properly of the road to secure the olmcrvance of loo l 105 of the lease. An indemnity iaiiiii of )J(l,i;'jJ was also given to the re tiring lee-s for the faithful performance of the contracts asinmed. The sinking fund IriuKes have confirmed all the action taken, and formal jMitpeasion will be taken by the ii' w coiup-.ny this tnidtiight. Thr Alctiltun, Tuprkn auit ftjtnlai fr'e. llosT')X,0 -toiler 7. The TranserijU't finau- ial article this evening has the following: "Fi.e 1 'ircctors of tho Atcliison, Topi k a and hauls Fe Railroad company to day voted to pass the usual November cash dividend and to isMic in place thereof a dividend of fifty p-T cent, in scrip, convertible into stock when the necessary increase of capital stock shall havu been legally made. This scrip will i-sue to stockholders of record on Octo ber 21:b, an 1 I he books will remain closed from October -Uh to November 1st. Tl.ty also voted to oiler to their stockholders of record of Ojtobr 21'.h a subscription to tliu n-w r-tock at par to the extent of lifieeu per r-nt. of tiieir present holdings. Payment for liie now slock may not Im called for stun- month.. Tnesj actions aro su'oj ct to ratification by the stockholders at a meeting c die I bir November ltitli. The subscrilers to the last stock subvrip'ion, when payment i nind 011 or before Noveiubir 1st, will hive all the rights of present stockholders. The capital i.tock of the Atchison, Topeku a id Santa Fe H.iilroad company is now aboiil V.Hi ,IMX. The litteen per cent, in- rr.-:w will add $ 1,72,0(IO. The titty per t ent, dividend will rai tho whole capital (0 jo I,oo7,o0il. till v six per cent. dividends need he expected on the new capital I'KOflV FKl'ir IjAX ATI VF. JHTo.1 sV T v 7 1 1 t r IsXATtVE TV ' r avii J i.lnta.. IsiheBestandMost Agreeable Preparation in the World FOR CONSTIPATION, BIL IOUSNESS, II K AD AC HE, IX DISPOSITION, AND ALL AILMENTS ARISING FROM AN OBSTRUCTED STATE tup: SYSTEM. tdies and children, and who dislike taking pills jauscous medicines to cathartic action, arc fly pleased with its qualities. .! you will esusrm It highly as a E t fitocl!v remody. izcd tin boxes only. xcents. 60 cents. TTr:r:ie;T 4UU i FINANCE AND TRADE- FIXAXCE. There was nothing doing among the b ink ers bevond the usual daily transactions. Money commands 6S per cent, discount. Ex change at our banks on the principal Eastern points demand, par selling, discount buy ing; New England and other points, sight, discount; New Orleans, par. City compro mise bonds, 60; coupons, 80(oS'2J; Memphis gas stock, 8082; bonds, 100; Mississippi levee liquidating scrip selling at 80(o)3; Mississippi scrip or coupons of District No. 1 selling at 11. MEMPHIS BANK CLEABIKGS. ' Clrarintjlt. ' Rnloncfn. October 11 r-WJOO'M) H2.B02 70 Thus far this week . 4 l7.0-.i-J : 7.V.1W 7" .same time last week S7.-..S01 6fi 7,o."vj W. Same Ume last year 3ds,W7 2! 61,wa 40 B Y TELEGRAPH A PARIS, Octobtr 11. Rentes, 84f. 20c. NEW ORLEANS, October 11. Sight exchange on New York, $1 per $1000 pre mium. Sterling exchange bankers' bills, 473. LONDON, October 11. Consols, 8 9-16; consols, account, 98 j; new 5s, 103; 4Js, 116; 4s, 119. Illinois Central, 134; Pennsylvania Central, 167; New York Central, 142j; Erie, 14of; seconds, 106; Reading, 132 1. NEW Y'ORK, October 11 Money, 6 per cent, per annum, 1-32 per cent, per diem, closing easy at 2(3 per cent. Prime mercan tile paper, 5J(6i per cent. Sterling ex change bankers' bills steady at 479; de mand, 483. Governments unchanged, except for ex tended 5s and coupon 4s, which are k per cent, lower. (Is extended.-.. 100'4s, coupon 115 5s extended WfA Pacific 6a of 195 130 4,'vt, coupon H-T4I State securities in light demand. Missouri 6s. .. WJ ' Virginia 6. new S5 La. consols.. SoJ. tVirifinia consols. .. w . Tenu.fc9.0M , Va. consols pid llti! Tenn. 6s. new . 6.t!4 t Kx matured counoua. Railroad bonds were weak, with a mod erate volume of business, The stock market opened at an advance of j to 1 per cent, on yesterday's closing quotations, but specula tion soon became depressed, aud a sLarp de cline ensued, which was followed at the first board by a partial recovery. The improve ment, however, was quickly lost, and under a heavy pressure to sell prices again took a downward turn, the lowest figures being touched at about the second call, when a decline from the best quotations of the morning ranged from 1 to 3 per oenU, the latter in Dsuver and Rio Grande, St. Paul selling off 2j, Northwestern lj, Canada Southern 2), Indianapolis, Bloomiugton and Western 2j, Texas Pacific and New York Central 2ir, and Missouri Pacific 2 per cent. Subsequently a recovery of to 1 per cent took place, Denver and Rio Orande leading therein, but in final sales prices reacted to I per cent, and the market closed gen erally heavy. The Gwimerctu JSuI Uiin says that Wall street is disap pointed at the Treasury reiief measure, which is to prepay Jo,000,000 of .the $13, 000,000 remaining bonds called for redemp tion December 24th, which prepayment is to begin next Monday at Washington. It takes time to get the bonds to Washington, and they have to be assigned to the Secre tary of the Treasury when sent, and before it is known whether thry will be accepted. If they are accepte-d Monday, the money gets out about the middle of next week; if not accepted, the bonds are returned and the owner has been deprived of their use as col lateral for a good part of the week, so that altogether the new order was not considered much of a relief to Wall street speculators. This was shown by the general disposition to sell stocks to-day, which caused a net decline of 2J per cent, in more active stocks. There is nothing new about tbe trunk line railroad war, nor are there' any indications of a settlement near. Transactions to-day aggregated 35o, 000 shares, of which there were of Can ada Southern 7000, Central Pacific 7700, iJelaware, Lackawanna and Western 14,000, Delaware and Hudson 3000, Erie 1S,000, Hannibal and St. Joe ' 1200, Kansas and Texas 7300, Lake Shore 36,000, Louis ville and Nashville 3800, Michigan Central 10,000, Missouri Pacific 3300, Northwestern 12,000, New Jersay Central 8000, New Y'ork Central 40,000, Northern Pacific 0000, Ohio and Mississippi 1200, Ontario and Western li'M, Pacific Mail 3400, Peoria, Decatur and KvansvillS 17,000, Reading UOOO, St. Paul 1S.000, St. Paul and Omaha 7700, Texas Pacific 8400, Union Pacific 26,000, Wabash Pacific 12,000, Western Union 29,000. Clos ing quotations were as follows: C. P. firsts. 11 riltssonrl ?!!!... .103's rie seconds 101 a Mobile A Ohio 344 LeiiiRhd: Wilkes 110- Morris . Essex 122 Jt. Joaepn 1U8 iNash. A Chat DO si. P. & S. C. lirtlai. .los N. and W. pref'd ... U17S P. P.fireu . lis iSew Jersey Centr'l. 6l V. P. laud-frranu. . lUJv Northern Paeirie .17 U.P. sinking funds. 121 .N'rth'n Pacific prf'd 77 T. P. 1-aiid. tirauu. 71 1 Northwestern 121 T. P. Kio Uraudu.. XKNortbwesteru prf'd. 184 Adams Express ...... 1:1-' New York Central.. 13u'i Alton iTerre Haute. 4s Ohio Ceu tral 2 Aj A. St T. H. prel'd... --10!iio A Miaiiippi . 4i14 American Express.. Sl'Oliio t Miss, prot'd lo B., C K. & f ,0 .Ontario Ji Western.. Si uanaaa boutneru.. 0.4 Paeiric alail.... O..C.AI.U loj Paii&ma Central Pacinc Vl P., D. &...... Chesapeake & Ohio, as1 Pituburg C. A O. Ui prefd. as1-., Reading U. A O. 2d prefd. SSO Roca Island... ' j ai ,.!i.eJ .. 37 - s! .. tw1- i0 Chlcauo A Alton 127 14 St. L. A ti. F 40C. Chicago A Alton-pfd 1t jSt. L. A a. F. pr'fd ; 11 M n Iri:! r. A 3 1., f.l 1 . i- C.,,t. h. A N. O 77 1st. Paul 107; C, rt. A C. ...... 47 Ibt. Paul preferred 12l t;. a c si (St. p., it. a u ie.' tiaware A Uuds'n.W71i At. Paul A Omaha.. . :i Del. A Lack liA, St.PaulAOmalmpi. loi.. iKiiVer A Rio ti 7V1Texas Pacltlc 47W Erie 43;4 Union PaJfic .117;J Erlepre(erreil.... 7V4 V. 8. Exprce... 70 Purl Wayne 1:S- W., St. L. A P 47W Hannibal A St Joe. y V., fit. L. A P. pr'fd. k.i" H. ASt. Joe prefd. 112,S Wells A Fargo's Ex.131 Harlem ., a0 i Western Unlon..... WVj Houston A Texas... 80-.Eal Tenn 14', Illinois Central Vii'i tost Tenn pr'fd 2 I.. B. A w 41 Caribou . 2' Kansas ATexas Sj;0i('i tral Arizona Lake Erie A Western 41 Exeelaior.... Lake Shore in'IIomestake ...... Is Louisville A Naso . 'Jl4. Little Pittiburg .. 2J Louisville A N. A.... 7o Outarto SMl Mar.A Cin.lat pr'd.-lKt' Quicksilver 12 Mar. A Cin. 2nd lif 'H Quicksilver prerd .. 67 M. A Charleston 70 Silver Cliff. -yt Michigan (Antral.. . 87J4 Standard.... 21 Offered. , COTTON. The New Y'ork apot market passed off yes terday with the nsual 1-1 Oo decline' which has characterized prices there about every other day of the past week or so. Sales were a little improvement on the dav before, while receipts were very light. -New lork futures gar evidence of a little animation, which set in about an heur after the opening of business. The first quotations posted showed a smart reduction of prices from those on whiah the market closed Mon day evening, followed on the next call by ad ditions to the decline, excepting October delivery-, until from 7 to 11 points were lost Octeber recovered 3 of the 9 siints lost on the first call. The next hour's bulletin gave evi dence of reaction on October and the five suc ceeding months, the others not being included in the list of quotations, ibesc months, how ever, showed up on the noon call, with an ad ranee fully up to that of the other months on the previous call. But October, Decemlier and January lost one point each, and fo veuiber three, while February and March were quoted unchanged. The first call after the noon hour gave October two more points advance, while the five months following were increased in values from four to six points. At this rate, each bulletin of the afternoon announced advances on the whole list, except June deliveries, which were mys terious! v absent from the records, the last heard ot them being 12.14c asked at the noon call, wiihout any evidence of takers. The result of the day's transactions in futures was October maintained prices of the close of Monday evening; June lost 11 points, while the other months realized gains ranging from 4 to 9 points, the heaviest being on distant deliveries. The table below gives the details. New Orleans spots held on to the prices of the day previous, with increased sales, and considerable fulling oil' in rtceipts. New Orleans futures closed with the mar ket firm, and prices marked up in about the same proportion as iudicated in the New York reports, excepting October deliveries, which gained 6 points, and June, w hich lost in the New York list, gained 15 points. .The market closed firm. Liverpool spots opened on the previous dav a quotations, with the market easier and fractionally cheajier. At the close of busi ness prices were marked down id less. There was no falling oil' in the numbtr of bales sold, while receipts ware greatly increased. Liverpool futures i)iened cheaper for near months, but during the day all months dropped about l-32d, closing steady at the revised prices. The local market was devoid of a single item of interest beyond the evidence of har mony of opinion between buyers uiul sellers. The sales were well up to expectations, spin- iters and exporters "taking the lot" nearly eonully between them. The New York JittHttm, of Mondav, has this to say of the controlling influences of that market: "There is little doubt that the principal depressing influence was the spill ingot long contracts by outside operators. This, it is claimed, cannot be taken as a vic tory for the regulars who have so long been si eking the result, ro far as their ownmamp illations are concerned, but is line to the sym pathetic feeling with other speculative arii cits of produce. The break on breadstuff's aud provisions has both alarmed and crip pled the Western operators, who have been s'nnding under and 'bulling' cotton, and cau tion and necessity combined now leads tnem to sell out a considerable liue of their en gagements. MEMPU1S QUOTATIONS. j Yesterday. T Monday. Low ordinary... -,a 7'; at 7' ojninary 'Vu .".""" y Low middling Middling Good nndilltns Middling fair Fair -lU' 1 10 lit He, lojll', (all1. -V0; -.ill'. N.inilnal. Nominal. Market closed quiet. Sales, 1725 bales XoOto exporters, b75 to spinners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATFMF.NT. Mi:i his, October 11, 1SS1, Slock. September l.lsftO. Me Received to-star 2.23:1 KrCdlvod previously 4s.'.i0 r.1.123 Shipped to-day Shipped p.erlously Stock, running account IMPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far last waek 8 nice September 1st 1.M3 24,isvi IY.i,:t7 Jti.lfcS S3,ls9 8.R4: K.li.l M,12S lt,-im,li! and Charleston R. R. ...... MiM-iiMl and Tennessee R. R 31' UiiiMvilte A Naaliville Great Southern K. H.. ;si: M. A U R. R. W 21 C O. A H W. H. R. 110 Mfame rs .............. . WaKouaaiid oUiur souroea Total. 2.JSJ 4,o:j :t,07. aii,16S 47rt -) .'tV 7'J Stcamerssouth Total I. BY TELEGRAPH. The following are the New Y'ork spot quo tations for yesterday: At 10:10, dull and nominal; at 12:30, easy; at 2:30, easy, at price list revised l-16c lower; at 3:30, easy. Bales, 1015 bales; contracts, -400 bales. Quotations were as louows: Yesterday. Monday. Ordinary Good Ordinary Iw Middling Mlddlins Good Middling.... Middling Fair Fair 8 11-16 10 1-16 It IM6 11 l:t-16 12 0-16 13 l.S-16 11 :tl6 His n7 12 19 1 The tone of the New Y'ork future market was as follows: At 10:30, steady ; at 11:30, quiet; at 12:30, steady; at 2:30, steady; at 3:30, firm. Sales, 170,000 balee. Closing quotations were UOUthS. Yesterday. Monday. J -.unary February... March April May June......... July August September October November. December lt.70-11.71 11. W.itll.87 12. H0i2.lr2 2.U'.ii2 U 12.21(12.22 ' 12.41.412. M '9 if! 11.30-411.31 1 1 SS(i ll.Mtwll.ri2 11.WS11.S4 11.77(3 ll.tll'ill.W 12.0S.v12.OI 12.14M12.1.". 12.2'i12.2li li:rf.i2.o,-i ra a li.snta li.:x 11.35 11.4VJ lj.33 bid; 12.40t412.4S quoUnl. FCTl'RE FLUCTUATIONS. Thus far this week .. - Thus far last week. Since Septcmbar 1st aferaphis andCharleston R.R Mississippi A Tennessee R. R... Louisville and Nashville B. B Steamers north : 1 i:Net'Neti: I ; i;NetNet G'n.L'salig n .lVs j ,0'n L'ss' .g'n jl'as Jan... cj 7i ... July.! u 0 : ... Feb... 14 5 .. Aug.. 12 ...i 12! ... Mar.. IB "I VI .. ;sept. ..I . ...i ... Apr.. It' 7.1 7 .. Oct... 10! 10 ... May.. 151 7l ... Nov. l.V 11. 4 ... June. ... 11,1 ...j 11 jloec..! 111 8 a, ... iu jw tricans telegrams reporieu tue spot market closed steady. Sales,9250 bales; receipts, 3247 bales. Stock, 146,889 baits. Vlimii'g .UV.nii.ruB. " j Yeatorday. ilomlay. Iow Ordinary i 77'e 7" Ordiiiarv i it Good Ordinary I lu'i lo'i L.)W MiddUng j lo'.i 1"V2 Middling..... lOj! 102 Good Middling j IIV4 11V4 The tone of the New Orleans future mar ket opened steady ; at 12:10, steady ; at 2:40, firm; at 3:30, no report. Sales, 55,000 balos. Closing quotations as follows: " '. Month. Yesterday. Monday. Jannary.. 11.34iss11.IK It 2r.1au.27 February ll.Mrnll.M 11 :iyviii.40 March ll.fififcsn.70 11.51.wUM April 11.7!(411.77 lt.r.2i.ll.:l May 11.K5C411.K7 18.104.22.168 June ll.siil U7 ll.Kuaii.s:: July 12.05..12.07 11 bJ.11 Bl August . . . r (m September rdl (- October 10.M'ill0.95 10 7.Vil().77 November 11.0111.04 10H2310.'...( December ll.iri11.17 ll.llmll.12 The following conditions of all tlomes'.ic markets are gleaned from Cotton Exchange bulletins of yesterday: Stct of I MtliKet. Rc'ts. Trice. Stock. ism iu; (ir.Tsji ! 24fi 111". 1-W-.S9 1217 lo! :: 6412 10, .'i7:.l 4:M IIP4 44041 llfiT W losv.l 613.-1 11 los-VJ 114 11:nr. li)7 11 a-16 W.2 K!l ll'i r-.oisi 1W 11? 5VI 2O0 11 2r.2!l Galveston New Orieaus... Mobile Savannah Charleston Wilmington Norfolk .... Baltilaore Maw York Boston Philadelphia... St Louis TVesk. Gooflem Good dem Irregu lar. Quitt. Quiet. Quiet. Hull. Kai.y. Quiet. 1 Quiet. Easy. Receipts yesterday 24,839 bales, against 37.A97 bales same date last vear. The Liverpool telegrams of yesterday re ported the market opened easier and frac tionally cheaper. Sales, 10,000 bales, of which 6C00 were American. Receipts, 15, 900 bales, of which 13,400 were American. Uplands, 6Jd ; Orleans, 6 9-16d. The Liverpool market for futures at noon was cheaper for near months; October, 6, 6 7-32, 6 3-16d; October-November, 6o7, 6 7-32d ; November-December, 6d : IVceni-ber-Januarv, 0 9-32H; Jannarv-Vebruarv, 6 ll-32d; February-March, 6 13-32;i;6 7-ltld; March-April. 0 7-1 fid; April-May, 6t1; June July, 6 9-16.1. At 1:30: Nove'mbe'r-Deceni-ber, 6 7-32d; January-February, 6 5-ltld; February-March, 6 13-32d; March-April, 6 13-321; April-Mar, 6 15-32J; Juue-Julv, 0 17-32d. At 2:30: October, 6 7-32(3 0i; Manchester yarns and fibrii-s dull and easier. At 5: Ootolier-Novtiubcr, t' l; Jannarv-Fib-ruary, 613 32d; Febnmry-Marcli, 613-32d; March-April, 6 7-10d; June-July, G 9-1 dd; July-August, fi 9-1 :id. Fnturts closed steady. " WKIiK'ai ItErFlPTS, ETC., TO PATE. This Week. 101, ICS ,loe 4b2,2f.l Iirt Week. ThiflWl Last Yi. Receipts for 4 Bjya Kxp'sUi Great ttriu-in.. Exp's to Contiueut.... 6tock on hand K2.7C.7i 1S.413 1.112 42S,12s lt'2.220 3 ,ri4,'i 40.-),sys COM PA RATI YE TOTAL RKOEIP1 8, ETC. ) 151-2 1 I.v0-1 1 ISTK-bO Total receipts j eoi.lll Tuo.Mu 6'j7,t..'r2 Total toieigu exports.. !W3,74.r. 421.HJ4 2iVi.f.l7 Total etoek 4S2.25I1 4u5.S'. Su5.7 Iie.-reae in rei-eipu ; iis.'o-ji . September 30th liie world's visible supply as 1,811,726 bales, against 1,396,77a the same time last vear; an increase of cotton in sight of 419,948 bales over the same time last year, and 656,847 bales at the same time in 179. QEXEBAjL TItADE. Front sweet produce dealers enjoyed a fair amount of busine." iu the tsrly part of the day, but toward the close it slacked off' to a painlui dullness, i here wera no chang-es in prices, and the tone of the market was t.bont the same, except in eggs and cabbages, which were somewhat weaker, rlour was weaker also, the little demand being for medium grades which seem to be lacking in the stocks in hand. Hales of feedstuff's were made from depot on which quotations were realized. (frwtaliona below are tor round lolt at the landing and ai Ine rauroad depot, ana include nr.' her dratage, storage, nor other expenses oiiisr'ule q) the bare freight and charge up to the time oj arrival. Jobbing and store tola art at higher rate, as they include drayaye, ilorage and profit of the dealer. Feed Corn held at P2c. Oats scarce at 56o7c at depot. Bran dull at $23 24 from depot, llay timothy, S21 50(22; prairie, medium, dull at $10(n.l2. In store, corn quoted Soe; oats, 57i(a;ti0c; bran, $125()130; hay, 3125; prairie, 75c. rLOUR Easier. Jobbing prices lourle extra, $4 75(o5 15; treble extra, ?6(36 65; family, 56 506 90; choice, $7 15(2.7 40; fancy, $7 75(a8 25; fancy patents, 50 9 50. Store prices 25c higher. Corn meal Increased demand; sales at $3 703 80 in small lots from store. Fkuits Oranges, ?6 C0(.i)7 a box and scarce. Lemons, $9(n';10 per box. Cocoaniits, new, Jofeo hundred. I'tanuls v irguna, hand-picked, 8jc; Tennessee red, 6(i;('.je; white, 7c; roasted, 2c higher; shelled, 1 8c. Almonds, 22c and scarce. Texas Pe can. 8(3;14c; Arkansas, 7c, and good demand. h.nglisli walnuts, lfe(i;iyc. Pilbcrts, l.i.o 13c. Brazil nuts, 810c. Raisins, J3 25; London layers, $3 50; Imperial, ?3 50; Asi atic, $t 00. Brandy cherries, 1 per dozen, and firm. APPLis,Erc. Apples in store, Northern, $2 603 50; fancy, $4(o 4 50. Peaches one-third bushel box, 'iiQi-bilc. Jfluum one-third bushel box, 40c. Grapea a case of 24 boxes, jfl 50; Malaga, half-barrel, !; kee, So scart. Cranberries sales at lj, (.1) 25. Potatoes In store, $3 50W,3 75 and sup ply scarce. Veoktaulis Onions, new, in store, $4 25 4 50 a barrel. Cabbage, $16 per hundred head for Illinois in retail way; good Michi gan ofleriug at f 9 from depot. Euai) Market well supplied; tresli easy at 18(200' in retail way. Canned Uooim, fro. 1 rises ot new stock per dozen: 1 eacnes, z itis, Htaiiiiurd, f l :iu (if'i; seconds, $1 75; Umiutoes, 2 lbs, standard, l?l 25; seconds, 90(o95c; 3 lbs, Jl 60; seconds, $1 25; strawberries, $1 50; raspberries, f 1 65; blackberries, 1 50; green gages, $1 85(ol 90; plums, $1 50; pears, Si 50 (,1 75: extra OvsUr Bay asparagus, $4 75; green corn, $1 2o(o)2, as to quality ; green jieas, $1 au(it',2 ; cove oysters, 5-1 0A101 ::z lull weight; light weight, No. 1, 75c; No. 2, fl 25; condensed milk, Crowu, fd 40; Eagle, fS 25; pine apple, Si X.2 Miscellaneous Hominy at $5 25 a bar rel : grits, $0 50 a barrel. W lute beans new, $3 75; medium, nominally $3 25; navy, J3 75. Michigan dried apples, S4o lvr pound. Dried peaches, 7(a 8c per pound. New pickles medium barrels, S9( 9 50; liitlf barrels, $5 2"(A5 50. New kraut Barrels nominally $14 ; half barrels, ij-S. Kchned .Missouri cider. J-'J o0(ii;10 per barrel, and o lUta.o o per half barrel. Fish Mackerel 12-lb. kits, No. 1, MOcp'ft 1; No. 2, "5(.ikS5c; 15 lbs, No. 1, $1(.'M 1 it - No. 2, 85(o-95c; hall-barrels, 80 IIh, No. 1, $45; No. 2, $3 40(oN3 65. White fish, No. 1, per half-barrel, S6 5GJ 6 75; family, $1 25 (.fti 50; per kit, f I 25. Dried herrings, per liox, i!o(iittic; iSoitti Carolina roe lierrin half-barrels, $6 50. Poultry Weak; heus, $2 25(o;2 75; fine and large, S3 25; young, $1 50(o,3; turkeys, t.(o'l). Geese in no demand and not quo table. Butter Common, 20(o"22c; medium, 2-l(.) 2Sc; fancy dairy, 2S( 30c; New Y'ork Goshen, 37W38c; creamery, 38(.i 1 39c. Cheese -vew factiry at 14c per pound; half cream, 15c; full cream, loc; Young America, nominally 17c. Hot Pkoiiucts Market steady with up ward tendency: mess. pork, $21 75 ttr bar rel; sugarured hams, $14(ii)14 50; break fast bacon. $14 75 per cwt. Bacon, packed clear sides, $12 50; clear rib, $12; shoulders, $9 75; loose, 12Jc per cwU less. Bulk meats, packed clear sides, $11 clear ribs, $11 12J ; shouideis, $8 75; loose, 124c per cwt. less. Lard tierce, 135c; kegs, 13 pr; 20-lb. pails, 14c; 10-lb pails, I4c; 3-lbtnis, 14jc. tiKOCtRli: l nui; cotlee I(o loc lor ordinary, LUfW.MAc for fair, ltJc for choice. Sugar Scarce and higher; Louisiana own kettle. Pftl'Jc; vellow clarified, lOrlrlOic; oil" white, 10Jc; snow-white, lOJf.i.Ue; cut loaf, 1 1 jo; grauu!alcl anil powdered, lljc. Mohkssee sttH-k nbout exhausted; lair to good nominally 45a)50c; prime to 'choice. 60(0 tiOc. Rice Ismisiana common, 7(o;7Jc prime. 8c: Carolina, 8( 8jc. Salt per car-load, $1 65; from store, $1 70 (.01 7d per barrel; coarse, per sacK,ri txi; cue, 1 65. Soap Advanced; family, $2 75(J3; Ger man. $3 25( 3 50. Baoui.ng ahi Tieu Bagging flax, 9J( lOAc; jute, 1J to 2 Ibs.lOi.lUe; mixed, 10 (o'dlc. Ties standard makes, ji bot i 1 7o pieceil and outside brands, $1 50. Twine, 17c er Hi. Nail Firm at $3 '), liifisi, Etvw Dry Uiul, No. 1, Ilk ; No. 2, 13c; dry salt, 1213c; green, 6(57c; green salt, 8J(?9c; sheepskins, 25c(ol 25. Tallow, 78c. Beeswax, 20e. Leather Oak sole, 37pTl,40c; hemlock, 27Cn)30c per lb; harness, 36-10c; skirting, 37(j40c; French calf, $40(tt0 per dozen; domestic calf, $30-45 per dozen. Wool Tubwafshed, 2732c; unwashed, I5f522c; burry, 1016c. Bricks Hard, $10 50; soft, $3 a thou sand; fire-brick, $44 50 a hundred. Lime and Cement Alabama lime, 95c $1 a barrel; Tennessee, small barrels, 850 90c; Louisville cement, $1 701 75 a bar rel; Rosedale cement, $2 25 a barrel; Port land, $5. Plaster of Paris, $2 50. Live SlfKk Hitrket. J. LaCroix, of the Memphis Stock Yard, Second street, Chelsea, reports as follows: Cattle Smooth, fat oxen, weighing 1000 to 1500 pounds, per pound, 3(o;33c; rough oxen and cows, in good condition, per pound, 2fS;2jc; fat heifers aud cows, per pound, 253c; choice grass cattle, 3j4c; fair to medium grass cattle, 3i(33ic; grazing grass cattle, l2c. SheP Choice, per lb., 3J4c ; me dium, per lb., 3(ii3c; common, per head, $11 50. Lambs Choice, per head,S3(g)3 50; medi um, $22 50. Hogs Choice, per lb., 5JSc; medium, 5(55c; common, 4.J74Jc. Cows and Calves Milch cows with young calves, per head, $10(2125; yearlings, per head, $3(5. Tbe Horse a:v.I Mute "inrket. Mules No. 1 dr.iv miihs, 16 to 16, $175 225; 15 to 16, Jl-OOfJ 175; 15 to-15i, $125 (atl50; 144 to 15, none in market. Horses Good driving, $125200; heavy draft, none on the market; saddle horses, $140(,225; pi ugs, $4075. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, October 11. Flour dull and weak; superfine western and State, $56. Wheat 1 to 2Jc lower, closing heavy and unsettled; ungraded red, $1 211 48. Coffee dull. Sugar quiet. Molasses quie.t. Rice steady, with a fair demand. Pork dull, un settled and lower; old mess quoted at $19 25 (' t19 75. Lard closed fcvcrisn ; prime steam, 11.95(2 12c. CINCINNATI, October 11. Flour in fair demand, but at lower rates; family, $7 15 7 35; faney, $7 608. Wheat dull and lower; No. 2 red winter, $1 45(3)1 46. Corn steady; No. 2 mixed, 71c. Oats strong; No. 2 mixed, 47a Rye iu fair demand, $1 154 1 16. Barley quiet. Pork dull and nominal, $20 50. Lard dull and lower, lljc- Bulk meats quiet. Bacon quiet. Whisky steady, $1 15; combination sales of finished goods, 975 barrels, on a basisof $1 15. Butler firm. LOUISVILLE, October 11. Flour steady with a fair demand; extra, $5 75(lr6; extra family 6(a;6 25; higher grades, $6"75(S,7 25; choice to f auoy, $S(n-850. Wheat steady, $1 47. Corn steady; No. 2 white, 79(S82c; No. 2 mixed, 71(;73c. Oats quiet; No. 2 white, 49c; No. 2 mited, 47c. Rye inactive; No. 2, JT i7. Pork and prime steam lard nominal. Bulk meats dull and lower; shoulders, 8c; clear rib, 10c; clear Bides, 10c. Bacon dull and lower; shoulders, 9c; clear rib, llc; clear, llc Sugar-cured hams, 14c. Whisky firmer, $1 15. NEW ORLEANS. October 11. Flour superfine, $5 50; double extra, $G6 25; treble extra, $6 75(?,7; higher grades, $7 258 12. Corn, 82(5 90c. Oats, 67c. Cornmeal, $3 75(3 80. Hay prime, $18 20; choice, $:23. Pork, $19 75(20. Lard tierce, 13c. Bulk-meats, shoulders, packed, 8jc. Bacon easier; shoulders quoted at 91 95c; clear rib, llf(nilljc; clear, lljlljc. Sugar-cured hams canvased, old quarter, 13 (515c Whisky Western rectified, $1 10 1 20. Cofi'ee dull and lower; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 9J13c. Rice easirr; Louisiana, ordinary to choice,547c. Su gar fully fair, Sc; prime to choice, 8j(7? 9c; yellow clarified, 9t9c. Molasses low grades, 2541c, according to quality. ST. LOUIS, October 11. Flour easier but not lower. Wheat fairly active but lower; No. 2 red, $1 45(.?T 45'cah, $1 45 October, $1 4S31 47 Novcmlier, $1 521 h December, $1 56;1 54J the year, closing at the lowest figures; No. 3 red, SI 371 33; No. 4 red, $t 263'r'.l 27. Corn lower; 65 6-!c cash, 6:'.iooc November, 68J66ic Decrmbor, 69gG3Jc January, 74j73c May. Oats lower; 45-14jc cash, 47't 46 c November, 447a December, 494c Janu ary, 5251 May. Rye lower, $1 05 bid. Barley dull; prime to faucy, 90c(v$l 10. Butter quii t; dairy, 2( 28c; creamery, 30 35c. Eggs quiet, loot 17c. Whit.kv steady, $1 16. Pork dull, 18 50 cash, $1875 Janu ary, i'ry salt meats nominal. Bacon dull; nothing doing. Lard lower to sell; lljic bid. CHICAGO, October 11. Flour dull. Wht at active, but lower; No. 2 Chicago spring, 32 crpIi. SI 33 October. $1 35 Novem ber, $1 37 December, $T 33f."i 1 33 the vear. Corn active, but lower and unsettled; No. 2, 61 c cash and October, 61 je November, 62 i;25c December, 09c May. Oats inactive and lower; o. 2, 4-tc cash and October. 41c November, 44'c December, 44J(.44c the year, 4,sjc Jlav. Ji'e quiet, but steady; No. 2, $1 08 cash ami October, $1 09 bid November. Barley dull, weak aud lower. $1 08 November. Pork active, but lower; $17 5017 75 cash, $17 50 October, 517 40 November, Sli botuli 0 December, $17 25 (0;17 60 the yeir, $18 50 January. Lard active, but lower; 11.60c cash, October and ovembir, 1 1 . , o,'.( 1 1 80c December, 1160c the year 12.02 12.05c January, 12.15 12 17c February. Bulk meats shoulders. 7.75c; short rib, 9.00c; short clear, 10c. Whisky, $1 18. Call. Wheat, $1 S5 November, $1 37 December. Corn, 42c November, 63c De cember, 69o May. Oats, 41c December. Fork, $18 00 January, $18 5 l ebruary. Lard, 12.07 c January, 12.17c F'ebruary. IVRT HOOP-. NEW Y'ORK, October 11. Cotton goods are in steady demand and very firm. The leading lonins of wide sheetings and corset jeans have been advanced by agents. Prints are in Petter demand, and desirable styles remain firm. Ginghams are less active but firm. Spring cassinii-res and worsted coatings are in steady demand. MEUICIXAr,. Health is Wealth. Pr. E. C Wear's Kkrve ani T.ka in Treatment Nervous Headache, Mental iSpjireaBioii, Low oJ Mmcry, Sporinatorrhea. Impotcnty, JuvoluntArT KhHK-!oni. Prrniature Old Ane. oaiTsed Lv over A GiutnifiP f.-ts H'-cti.rio IoivIholu f Vnunlcinne exertion, If-nbuto or over indulgence, which Uh&s to misery, decay and diK x wilJ cure went c(-qz. Each hox contAins one month 't ire otmcnt. One dollar a oox, or six boie for uvt do!larn; scnL by niftil, pr. pnia, on receipt of 'rice, W'c cuarantwe tin boxes to cure any cam. V.'itb eich order received !y s forpix boxes, accompa nicd with five dollars, we will end the purchseei our writu-n sruarftruce to return the money if thr treatment dtws ot effect a cure. Guamntei- ir anod. only by A. KENKKRT A CO.. WLolesale an tie!ail IrUf;is.', 'lib Main street, Memphis, Tiia Orders by mail will receive prompt atteution. lisans SKiri'i St. fcio eliie, which has nevei been known to full to cure any case, no matter in what stage or how long standing. It is nsitsname Implies, a warranted Specific for Syphilis, Mercu rial RhemnatiMn and all Blood Poison. If yon are skeptical about this and hesitate to Invest your money in it, we will take your case on tbe no cure ; pay plan. Swift's 8. SpeiJflc is entirely vegeta ble, aud no harm caa result from its use. Send for copy of "The Young Man's Friend." TBE SWIFT 8I-KCIK1C COMPANY, Draw 3, Atlanta, Go. For sale by all drnggists DISCOVERY! LOS1 MANHOOD RESTORED. A Tiotim of yonthtul imprudence causing Prema ture Dcy, ferrous Debility, lxst Manhood, etc.. having tr;ed In vain every known remedy, has dia-oven-d a aimploatlf euro, which ho wiU, f rii FRE8 to h.a frllow-urIertr, addrosa . H. ItlKVIL i:s Imiliaiii M., . Y j'Ans, .... POSITIVE ' I1 It K FOB PILES, Sold by all drupKivts. 3fi For CJliillea cr.r! Xov s AND ALL OISEASEK Onl! hj Hulnrlul I'ot.nnlor of the UloeeV A WARItAKTED CUBtl. Prloe, 0 1 -OO. roT wit by 1 Dmrc'ita. ff A 1? I 1C? i ti,i.'.r will, ;e.-.rrh LMwlr.v):r:o - :,, r, i ,v " 1 . 1 rrr. Ilwrr-U'eumlilrt .IM i'lrC . I iit.,, ,,.tn .Lv-ni iiot. ,1 ,., U..,.,a,, ,iuwia( t, l..ict.o... f t,. iii;.i-t'-t u.i. i.. at,. jri. e: hp iiit, b.,11); 4 !.., i-r.-rK-al trt t... i. t !x. ii'Sr,,. Kc.l Trn. HA.HRI3 ItlMtOr C v -n eiS IS Treat aHCrrrr-nic rieas. and en;oa a nutii'a al rr'uiiiri.n i.-v.-i-h I'tue-.irmo.' c.m;lit'rt.Mi'ift INDIgfTfrjXPpSURCVn.o tn lloan tit U- o .1 c ; I.. k. ; ; Jvvil ruc YOl'NG MF!10 ire t'uI1 riifrt'iii t-tl.'te . 1 m an imm !'- tim( umir it vi- tun i- r -..!.. -t. v.' '-ri.i . "rmHiifiilv i-.imhI. P A T I H T S TiicATU Mni ru r.xm, tcc.-r MrrinMM 1 rj buLr' 'OM" l-tf .-.-. v. . ; 1. Ts ; .! .r t. ... 1. 1 FREE aij invtt !. L:t .tt iur!:i n :w br anvtt'tl l p!tci.U Jtiluj treat t.riit inailM trw te irv addrf-w on arpivr Hon. Xaeid Irarn tt'riitiej to llsrir aJtanloKe It I nut ft traaeV. w Con. i' '.ut- '. -' : 1. :'ti 'fifi'f'.ii.i. 4.ah:m)d tr -x irrtad iili.is V-t .NejrlU 5-ih si fct. Louts, Mow L3UUIO. j titlmn re n m.lir Mulca ii UK-sxir mrtrcrr. V'- Vt ftrrWfr in ! trj:niit 01 ",h, ZvfX - tau. tietr akUi ud 4keutr ps much .ap)f1?t ti. llul of ib 0mm, j rrkctitwDflr. tbi iity eU 1 a tia! il1; :Ttm INfisCRrf TIONEX POSURS ' Ci . -ii y vtllK baaorrbej, I.I1-4H. MflrUtrtS QTeAleW, Kii llni. wkia or ttmmwH main mr.r MtccsrM, 00 wtmauoc pr4 ckidri. ith'ut mine MTcr or otfcrr tommmm Madketwea, St wsk.iaJi H.isMa. tl.m Mull tti Bekf-AkM,aB Lb snirfh r !(- to niturJ frara, trt rrnitivBt; curva. Tflr it tiW prtduc e,ri rfXUt fii'lrmilK rlltta CIBlMIDnl, jK'a fcat'Bta. MniMiaftrwa, dim nee, tl Btrht, ctwact, lrvOCw isnalipa(im. AnpoiunK, ctir'-ioir-n ot iAet, wniao to -metjt lfc-ctitt tnwr.i r. ariuit Vl'.a, i:ni)ty,giMt erf tmot'x tir-r, wl. .-h m:.titi (tirrM.ftfcfliifwcrnriiAfa, ATIENTS Tosr"rcrh' Mauuasfr, 'mtmtwmt '-W " I'aajejn aar rirr pciktb t.L Ct':..lil. 11 i , , "TJiSal Mai Utt txi. LisX oi juration W t- ati niyitieLU Jawwk4 IrMaV aarat nttulwU (rr to a-.tr 1 f trni avTiTati'il. rVrMM aiff Hmf fr... H.lnr .hvaU aratt tVIr aaiJrll, jumI IfeU-si wtawtk'Na? tu llir.r uuUn, t u ! m OAM.1 CejUHiiin. 1 -tn Mrtcily Cixii.trt.tal, anj ahoui l ( vlrrw! Itli. iiC'T J . Id Swh lk BU. bt. UuK "r. PRESCRIPTION FREE i'rcmAiur !.-diV. ..i W..tkiiMk. 1.,mi Vit.litv. il.I n.i Lt lu,liM;r..li.tl muA Fx- I..IS1, 1'li. i ii- ll.tfTMi,it. tMiil la 4. .LUil'ts, IJ0Wilihm.,Ciieianli, U, PORT OF MEMPHIS. STEAMERS I.EAVIXS TO-DAY. Fi lars Poiut...JAMi!S Le, Lee, 6 p.m. White River. HaedCash, Foetal. 5p.m. Osceola, .......Coauoka. Cooper, 5 p.m. St. Louis CrrT or Altos, Bixbv, 5 p-m. ClnciunaU... GoLDB-t Caows, Shiulle, 12 m. WILL LEAVE A3 ADVEHTISKD. Arkiunns City. ...DBAS Adams, Thursday, 5 p.m. Helena.- RksbMacehad Y.Thursday ,5 p.m. St. Louis Stb. Gisetibvi, Thursday, 5 p.m. MOTEJIE1T AT THE LBvEB. Arrival. Tiger, Cottonwood Point; John S. Bransford, Louisville; W. P. Ualliday, St. Louis, and Carrier, New Orleans. Departure. W. P. Ualliday, New Or leans; City of Trovidence, Vicksburg; Plow Carrier. St. Ijouis. Boat in Port. John S. Bransford. Boat Due Dmm. Coahoma. Boats Due Up. James Lee, Hard Cash, Golden Crown and City of Providence. RECEIPTS YESTEBDAY. Tiger 137 bales cotton, 21 bags seed-cotton, 1117 sacks seed. John S. Bransford 651 pkgs wagon stuff, 174 pkgs furniture, 59 jikgs chairs, 11 pkgs mdse. Carrier 200 brls plaster, 50 brls cement, 100 bdls paper, 50 cases brandy cherries, 27 pkgs wine. Star U fixings. Business fair. Weather of midsummer cat. Hirer 12 feet 9 inches rise 7 inches. 3 A four feet rise was reported inAVhite river last week. The Mississippi was rising at a rapid rata Sunday at St. Louis. The Dean Adams goes out Thursday even ing for Arkansas City. The local packets depaited on time last evening with fair trips. Contractors have begun work removing tbe bluir south of Gayoso street. The Grand Lake and barge passed up yesterday evening for St, Louis. Keceipts by river yesterday 137 bales cotton, 21 bags eeed-eotton, 1117 sacks seed. The Carrier, from New Orleans, passed up yesterday morning for St, Louis with a good trip. The Ariadne and Silver Cloud will do the Cincinnati and Tennessee river business this season. The City of Greenville got away yesterday morning for Vicksburg. She added here 15 tons for points below. The Mike Davis departed last evening for St. Francis river, on her first trip of the season, with a fair trip. The City of Vicksburg passed up yesterday morning for St. Louis.. She added here 6S2 bales eastern-bound cotton. The Batesvillc Pilot reports that parties are cutting and rafting lumber from Govern ment lands up on Black river. The Golden Kule takes in tow a loaded barge at Cairo to assist in carrrinr the first load out of the Ohio rirer te New Orleans. The Citr of Alton, Captain II. C. Bixbr. is tbe Ancbor-line packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. William Masson is her clerk. The Coahoma, Captain Henry Cooper. leaves this evening at 5 o'clock for Osceola and the upper bends. William Smither and John Haley are her clerks. Captain J. M. Maumus, who has been in the serrice of the Government up Bocuf river, in Louisiana, returned to the city yes terday, and Will spenl some days witli his family. Tbe new horse disease, which has Irucl- Sl Louis and Louisville, is called "pink eve." Tbe Grttrier-JbttrnaZ man calls it 'starvation and over-work." More fact than fancy, Mr. C.-J. Fred Massey, mate on the Whitewater, on upper White river, received a severe injury by the fracture of hia heel, caused by the parting of a taut line, while the boat was laying at Batesville the other day. The James Lee, Captain Stack Lee on deck, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Poiut and all way landings. Llovd W bitlow is tbe clerk. assisted by Piatt Khoadea and Arthur Browne. The Hard Cash, Captain Ed C. Postal. will be found in port this mornimr. and leaves aain this evening at 5 o'clock lor all points on White Kiver. eoinsr through to JackscnporL Charles M. Postal and Joseph i ostai are uer ciems. The John S. Bransford. which will run In the Helens and Concordia trade this season, arrived yesterday out of the Ohio river. She brought a load of Ohio river freight to Memphis. She leaves at 9 o'clock this morning for Helena. Captain W. II. Holt is in command. The Golden Crown ia on the list for Cin cinnati, leaving the wharf precisely at noon lo-uay. A pleasant trip with accommodating people is in store for those who avail them selves of the Crown's departure for up stream points. Prompt attention to ship ments of freight, - The three cars that run into the river off the transfer McComb at the Mississippi Cen tral incline at Cairo, contained bulk corn and perishable goods. 1 be perishable voodswere saved, aud divers were at work taking out the corn, lbe accident was occasioned bv a defection in welding the links. Captain G. Wash Flovd resigned the first clerkship of the Rene M acre ad y yesterday, .-v. aj. i. mining inking ins place, it is rumored that Captain Floyd goes from here up the country to "buy him a boat and set it alloat" in the Arkansas City and Vicksburg trade. The Vicksburgers say they come high, but they must have 'em. An effort was mado Mondar to have the dirt strewn over the wharf by the bluff con tractors removed. A pretense was made in that direction, but it would require the power of a 40,000-diameter magnifying lense to dis cover the quantity taken away. Thedirthas been pulverised into a covering of dust sev ers! inches in depth, and which cannot be psed through br pedestrians without getting boots full. The Mississippi Kiver Commission have decided to begin work on the Mississippi river at Plumb Point and Lake Providence, where the river has widened to two miles end has shoaled badly in consequence of the diffusion of water. The plan after which the work will be done is to give the river a uniform, fixed width of 3000 feet, and then me current will do the scouring out and will give a permanent ten-foot channel to navi gators. The great success of steel boats built at Pittsburg for South American waters have caused an increased demand. James Kees & Sons closed a contract lor a steel boat of the following dimensions: Length, 120 feet; H teel beam, di feet hold. She will be a duplicate of the Venezuela," built by the same, 5 engines, ey linders 8 inches, 3-foot stroke, and a marine tubular boiler. She will be put up at Pittsburg, taken apart, and shipped to South America. The steamer Venezuela has made eighteen trina on the Julia river, and during the water season has Hilly demonstrated the practicability of steam navigation on that river. The follow ing 1'ittsburg-built steel boats are success fully navigating South American waters: Franciscus, Montague, Victoria, Calisto and Venezuela. Last Sunday night the steamer Wiliie, recently purchased by II. G. Gill, Esq., from Hutchins & Munn, was moored to the bank of Calcasieu river, about a mile below Lake Charles, Louisiana. 1 be engineer, after see ing all fires extinguished, came up to town, leaving Captain J. S. Hawkins and two ne eroes on the boat. About 3 a.m. Captain Hawkins, after going over the boat aud find ing all fires and lights in the steamer extin guished, lay down and went to sleep. About 4 a.m. he awoke and found the cabin all ablaze, and his own mosquito bar on fire. He and the two negroes had barely time to escape from the flames when the boat ca reened and went down. It is supposed the hull and machinery are uninjured, and they will probably be raised aud the boat rebuilt. There was no insurance. The Willie cost Mr. Gill S2500. The pretty and majestic W. P. Ualliday, the pride of the whole retinue of New Or leans Anchor-line packets, lay at tho wharf- boat yesterday, discharging and receiving freight. The Halladoy has been treated to a general overhauling during the summer months, and comes out again this season as substantial and bright as new. She is man ned by the officers placed in charge of her when she first entered the service of the Anchor-line, and who have made for her the enviable reputation she enjoys from St. Louis to New Orleans. They are as follows: Beck Jolly, commander; Owen G. Cates, chief clerk ; J ames Henry, second clerk ; JEd Suggs anu vscar jony, pilots; ueorge o .Neal, en gineer; Thomas Koss, mate; A. Austin, car pentcr; Frank P.' Smith, steward. IV. F.H. Kiley, Superintendent of the Rirer Quarantine serrice, is in the city, from whom the appeal learned yesterday that the tinar antine fleet all lies iu a safe harbor at Fort Pickering, in charge of Captain Caldwell. ine last instalment ot the tieet was brotiuht up from Vicksburg yesterday by the tow boat Grand Lake No. 2, consisting of the steam launch sentinel and hospital barce No. 10. The launch brought up by the Oakland the other day was the Lookout, from the station below New Orleans, instead of the Sentinel troui n ksburg. as was erroneously renorted The fleet moored at Fort Pickering conisists oi me steamer it. ii. Henner, the three launches, Sentinel, Lookout and Picket, tnree Hospital barges, the disinfecting barge, anu ine sanitary store-boat an .ant nine pieces in all. The fleet will remain at Fort Pickering during the winter season, unless ir. rvuey receives- orders lor its disposition OUUiiwise, KIViLKMAKD HEATHER. VICKSBTRG, October 11 Weather fair; ther mometer .a-, i p: uity oi rrovidcuee, 11 a.m. CINCINNATI, October 11. Noon River 4 feet aiiieUee, ana lulling. Weather clear and warm. NiKhv Kiver 4 leet, and falling. Weaiher fair and cool. KV ANSVILI.F, October 11. Noon River falling, with - feet 8 inches on the eauee. Weather clear. Nlnht Kiver fulling, with 3 feet s iuchee scant on me gniik'e. eatiier partly cloudy ; thermom eter T.V. Business active. NKW ORLKANS, October 11. Weather clear or partly cloudy and warm; thermometer M". Arrived: Future City and barges, St. Louts. The l-uris e. mown goes into uoex lor repairs, ami win leuve next Saturday. CAIRO, October 11. Noon Weather clear and cool. No arrivals or iepurtun.s. Nighl Kiver 19 Itcl . inches, aim iiMug. ncainer clear; iner- Uoy, Arkansas river; liene Macreauy, xiri ena; Tiger. Cottowood Point; Mike Davis. St. Francis river; City of Vicksburg and mometer78. Arrived: 8te. Genevieve, St. Lonia, a p.m. Departed: Port Eads, New Orleans, 2 p.m. LOUISVILLE. October 11 Vin-ttlnir Tlsinir. witli S feet 7 inches in the eanal, and 1 foot 7 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather clear ana pleasant. Might JUver rising slowly, with II feet 9 inch ft in thA n ul a ml 1 f,., u 1 rw.H.-u In the chute on the falls. Butlness dull. Weather ciear ana pleasant. Orrtci siojt al Brancr TJ. 8. A. I Mm ems, October 11, 1881. f Above low water. Changes. KATIOBM, Rise I Fall Feet. I inches. inches, inches. Oalro Cincinnati.... Davenport.... Dntonque Helena........ Keokuk Leavenworth. Little Rock Louisville Memphis .. Nashville New Orleans.. JPHtsbnrg Shreveport.. . It Lonia Tleksburt 1 4 14 20 T 8 ia "i "9" 20 12 2 4 . S "ii" 7. ....... a 10 4 5 1 B 1 Below bsora nark, low water 1S79. METIORO LOGICAL REPORT. TherTTWind. Weather. :M p.m. ):U p.m. 18:06 p.m. S1.22 10.13 10.14 SO . 81 7S K. B.W. SB. Fair. Cloudy. Clear. Maximum thermometer, 88. Mlnlmnra thermometer. So. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN ITEANtKH. MOVILLE. October 11. Arrived: Anchoria, New York. NEW' ORLEANS, October 11. Cleared: Louisi ana aud Morgan City, New York. NEW YORK, October 11. Arrived: Amster dam, Rotterdam : Clrcessia, Glasgow. LONDON, October 11. Arrived out: Oder and Denmark, New Tork; Vaduland and Pennsyl vania, Philadelphia. BOILKR-HAKEKH. RoBsar Lawn, Damisl Bhia, f. UcCabtt. R.LEWIS & CO. BOILER ! MAKERS Copper and Sheetiron Work AMD COITRACTUKS. All work douo promptly, day or night. Terms cash. Shop, Adunis Street, Bear rirer, Memphis, RRSTDKHO. WO. St SECOND ST. PENS. PERRY & C0.'S Hickel Pons. These Pens are speaally hardened at the point, will not corrode or nut, and will be found most serviceable tuid durable. Sample aard. with ten different styles of nickel plated pens, sent (or trial by mail on receipt of 36 cents, Hole Atrentei rvison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., NEW TORK. COTTOX-HEEO Oil- COTTON-SEED OIL FOR Cooking Purposes THE MKMPHI3 OIL COMPANY IS NOW PRE pared to supply MERCHANTS with New Cot ton teed Oil REFINED expressly for family use. Guaranteed to be choice. MRMPHIS OIL CO.. foot Poplar St. BROKEKH. I0wht.$20 $10, $20, $60, $100, $500, Invested in our new and only safe plan of Sp4r ulatlMKT ! Wheat looke.ele., quick and large pro tits. Now la tbe best season to take bold. Write for oQr pamphlet, etc., giving par tiulars. Sent Free. FLixaiNO Mnxra, Brokers, 170 Washington Street, Chicago, Ilia. S250 Stocks. S500 MJEKCIIaNT tailors. Slager & Goldbaum, F Aa) HI OXA B EE Merchant Tailors, S. W. Cor. Jefferson and Second Streets. WE here received our Fall and Winter fclvrfc er Imported 4mJ, which for Stylo, Material and Price, cannot be excelled. Gen- l emeu win ,nuo it to uieir luterestto examine our larye astortaieut before plseing- orderi elsewhere. EDUCATIONAL. Mountain Spring High School, GEO. L. SAMPSON (Cniv. of Va.), FrintipaL WILL re-open, as usual, Sept. 90th. Offers su perior advantages for a Classical or Com- merclai Course. Specially preparatory to the Uni versity of Virginia, btudenta received at any time, aud charged In proportion. For references, apply to Wm. L. Vaneeor to Napoleon Kill, of Hill, r ouiauie s ix. r or catalogue. aaares jnun A. Li i.e. rropnelor, Trinity, M. and C. R. R-. Alabama. MAPLE WOOD INSTITUTE, For Young Ladies and Gentlemen, 18 miles west of Philadelphia, located on the Pbila. and Bait. Cen tral K.R. Courses of study English, Scientific and Classical. Students prepared for U. B. Naval and Military Academies and tbe best American col leges. A thoiough chemical department. Read but taught by a flist-class Elocutionist. Penman- chip by a Professor, uasierof the beauties of the an. A nome-use aepanmeni ior nine dots, four teen instructors. JAMES SHORTLIDG'E (Yale college). A. M..rnneipai, loneoraviiie. ix-1. i o.,ia. TIRGIMA FEMALE INSTITUTE 6TAUNTON. VIRGINIA. Mrs. Gen. J. K. H. sTl'ABT, Priweinal. Mrs. Btuart will be aided by a full corps of superior teachers. The PrineitiRl desire to make teaehimr and training thorough, and to promote the best condition of mind and heart. Terms reasonable. All extravairanee opposed. The neit session be- ? ins September IMh, and continues nine months, dialogue sent upon application to the Principal. aim, j. ii, g. m u a it i , aiaunton, a. S. MARY'S SCHOOL, JfrO POPLAR ST., MEMPHIS A BOARD Ou ins: and Day School for Girls, under the charge of the Sisters of R. Mary of the Episcopal Church. The Fifteenth Term will (D. V.) begin September 14. 1KM1. GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, wEOROKTowar, nr. ON Cincinnati Southern R. R. Fifty-third An nual Session opens Sept. 5. 181. Course of study complete. Experienced Profetsors. No ef fort fs siiared to advance students in Mental Train ing and to develop their General Culture and True mhudoou. ixjcauou ueaiiuiiu uiu ueauiiiui. r.x Denses low for advantages offered. For catalogue or particulars address xl. ju. iai.i.r.1, i). 1 1. , i rem urn t. 2njiETT'S VKITEKSITY M'lIOttL- EI.I.ICOTT CITY, MD. Principal, JAS. M. GAENETT. M.A.. L.L.D.. late Priuciual of St. John's College. Reopens September 14. lHftl. Miss Conway's School WILL Reopen Holiday, October 3d. TN order to give thenmelTOM the best posnlble op TMirtimitltHi for thp thurniivh study of t hp ct'Uenr.Quincy niethoUit, alius ku way. Misses Lew ellyu and Aoreo will eitriid the month of Septem ber in trie rtostonana wumey vnooin. wnen tney return, it will be to bring to the llemphis people and their children the very beat that this country afford. Any one wishing to communicate with tbe Prinrijsal ia the meantime, may do so bv ad dressing her at 618 Trcmont street, Boston, ifara. (Urrulara containing full particulars may be had at the bookntores on and after September. Miss Higbee's School TOPP PLACE, Itoale sail Landerdale Streeta, Mempbf a. r1LA?SES RESUMED ON MONDAY, SEPT. 12. 1KM T (ViiUnn m 1 1 1 n T ) v tmiturt ts snrirwil purposes, and pituation retired; house commoili ous, pleasure grounds extensive. Kvery facility oftered for thorough culture in English K ranches, AjA1JKI0t, am uauu uu Alb. r ICUtll nilU 111BU Uuglit by native teachern. Boarding pupils re ceived in the family of the Principal. ..irruiare at me ix)bi ores. Cliristian Brothers' COLLEGE, No. 282 Adams St., Memphis. rpH13 Institution aS'ords ample means for a thor- a ougn Classical, ocienunc mia commercial Elucutiou. Studlee will be resumed MONDAY. September R. lsi. For Board. Tuition, Music, etc.. apply to BROTHER MAURELIAN, President. CECILIAN COLLEGE. ( Et'II.IA.W P. .. 1Inrlla '., Uy. Bosrd, etc., -J0 weeks, club rate. . Send for catalogue. -VTT 43t-TJ JST A. FEMALE SEMINARY, STAI STOS, VIBGIXIA. MISS MARY J. BALDWIN, Pbikcipau Opens September 1, 1881. Closes June 1, 1882. rriHIS Institution continues to increase in uw X perity from year to year. It offers superior ad vantages in location: in its buildings and ground: in Its general appointments and sanitary arrange ments; its inn corps oi superior ana expeneneea lA.nhar.. It. 1 r, , I r t. 1 l.lr. n,.i.. 1 ,, 1 , , . , n MtHlern LaiiKnages, Elocution, Fine Arts, Physical Culture, ana instruction in the Theorv and Prac tice of Choking; the succemiful efforts made to secure health, comfort and happiness; its opposl Uou to exlravaicanee: its standard of solid whol- arshlp. For full particulars, apply to the Principal or i.uiinKuii. BELLEYfU IIIGII SC'HOOJL, .BEDFORD COIHTY, VIRGINIA, On Norfolk and Western B. R-, 16 miles west oi Lynchburg. Young men and boys prepared for university or for business. Beautiful and healthy location. Able corps of teachers; thorough in struction . Litieral provision for the accommoda tion ami comioriol stuaenta, f or catalogues con tainlng information, addrees v. K. AbBOT, Principal. Bellerne P.O.. Va. ItAYAICU TAYLUK, Poet and Trav eler, mid: "I take great pleasure in recommend ing to pareuu the Academy oi Mr. Swithln C. rihtirtliiW. " Hon. l imSAKBO WOOD. M.C., said (1S0) 1 elieerlullv niiibrnt u i!a ,,u ,.f reference. My boys will return to you (for their .v....u . , M, uinr TwmtiOD. tor new iltlllttraled elmular ulilwu RWTTnm C. SHORTUDtiE, A M.. Harvard liiilverslty Orad- ., .iiuir, i ik ., ii uiues irom i niiaueipnia. J. R. GODYTIK. L. 1. MULL1SS, 4r. J. R. Cotton Factors, ; AO EATS FOR THE 33G I'ront street, cor. W. R. Galbrcath. W.B.Galbreatli&Go. COTTON FACTORS, No. 11 Union street, : Memphis tt -Th"n"8"rr DEALER 1 ALL KISDS OF STOVES GRATES, MANTELS HARDWARE, HOLLOW-WARE & CASTINGS, M1.K AGKKTS FOR VAN'S WEOl'GHT IROX RANGE. Ale Biannfaelares Plaia and Japanned Tinware, Copper and Kh retlroa Wat Tin Rooflng, Spool Ins;, Unt trring- and all Kinds or Jobbing; Promptly Attended to. No. 394 Main Street. : : : t Trlemjilils, Tennessee IXEIiLMTTTn LiADIEB' OOIiZjHO-B. Patroness, IT. S. 11. PRISCKSfl l.OUISK Founder and President, The Right Rev. I. HELIMVTB D.D., D.C.L., LORD VIS1IOP OP UVROS. Fall Term opens Wednesday, Sept. 21nt. Handsome and spacious buildings, beautifully situated in a most healthy locality, about four hours b) rail from Kiatrara Falls, and on one of the principal throuerh routes between the East and West. Thi j ROUNDS comprise 140 acres. The aim of the Founder of this College is to provide the highest Intel lectual and practically useful eiiu. alion. The w hole system is based npon tbe soundest HKOTKrt T4ST principles, as the only pilid busis for thn riht furmatlon of character. FHasKl'H is the lan Kuage epoken In the College.. Si a specially. Board, Laundry and Tuition Fees, including tht whole course of English, the Ancient and Jioduru Languages, Calisthenics, Drawing and Paintinc, ua of Piano and Library, Medical Attendance and Medicine, per annnm. A fednctton oi one half for the daughters of clergymen. For circulars and lull particulars address I'ldS CLIKTON, Lady Principal Hellmuth Ladles' College, LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA. J. C. Jfccly. 8. II. BROOKS 9 irocers. mum f AND COMMISSION MERCIIAXT.S, IVo. 3G7 Front street, - Memphis, Tennessee 500 7ZJSLin. SCHOOLFIELD, HAWAUER & CO. NOS. 256 and 258 FRONT STREET. LAW SCHOOL OF CUMUERLA.IVD UNIVERSITY Isetoatiori, ToniioaKeo. Next tenn being the Cist, beginsSept 5. 1SS1. Diploma and license to practice may be obtained bra tending two es"iona of five month each, t'liudidates for Senior ('lass received on exarniuatlou Tuition fee, fso per term of five mouths. Boar, ing in good families $10 to $14 per month. The com mon law. in foree in everr Klate. i tanirht imt tiv l,M.Lnr.4 hntl,viu.tii.l r,w.lij,tin ...minailnn 24Mi Voilner Men have allended thi phof.!. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wliolesalo Grocers, 20G-S9S Front Ht.9 Meinphia, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & 00, Cotton Factors, Commission llerch'ta Xo. 116 South Main s.reet. Hi. 1'onis. REMOVED TO NO. J. W. BI RTOK. J. J. lHURMO.. J. W. FCLJIEB. 1 B aiumer, liiornton & uo., Snccetiaora lo Fslmer, Burton A C o. Cotton Factors k IMPORTANT SPECIAL I view of the constantly Increasing popularity and demaud for the celebrated ARROW TIE. the universally recotmize:! favorite Tie of Planters, Cotton Pressmen and shippers of me muwiuiu im Am jmiiy, oi rew inrv, wtie propneMjrH aim man ufacturer" of said Tie. comma n dine uneoualed iaciiitte. have, in ad dition to their large stork ou hand, contracted for increawd quanti ties, sufficient to meet the largest demand forCotton Ties to xver the entire crop of the coming bob son, and now, thronh their A pent 8 gen erally, offer the popular and irrepressible AKROW TIE at the lowest mantei price, in Dunoiea complete, it bemx ine pun-ose oi tne Com pany to merit the continued patronage of tha planting community, and defy all competition that may arifc. The buckle are now se curely riveted to the band, thus preventing the Iosh of same iu ship ping, and making atrongcr Tie.. For Sale by all Wholesale Oroeers aud Cottou Factors. J. J. MeCOMB. FreHident, New York. JOHN K. SrEED & CO., Special Agpnts, MILBUEpN'S patent Mi-Holler Eclip Hi Gill I Has no equal for Speed. Sample. Clean Sd. Removinir Tinilc. Tnh .mi iy.f n.nuni im. tu. chine will pay for Itself over common (rins in one hundred bales of ronch gathered cotton. Oti Kir-Feedpra, ('onilrnwrs, Lever kiiiI Ncrew Prmsn for lloree or N I en in I-o.rr, a-anranteeit fMgaal to any in fiery rrftrMM't. nr. niLu ui nr. uauiiBiuLu i. HeiiiiiK, K nan In sr. IMilIeyit. rc. Large Meek Ol Ante, ana Atlas ft.nrlnea. Send for Illustrau?d t:ataiocue, with testimonials of live planters. Carver Gin and Machine Co., cor. Shelby and McCall Sts., Wemphi earce, WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors A.' OMJIlSi.ION MKKCMAJfXS, 260 and 262 Front Madden & COTTON FACTORS, . MEMPHIS. Removed to No. 270 Have rrelnalrely tnlo s'otton. hnt r. prepsrwl M. Gartn. Jobn H. Nnlllran. M. G5 - - fii. - Wholesale Oroeers, Cotton factors, And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front ja4tween Adams nnd jfncinoD. Oar LN. R A INKY devotes hia whole time to the Weighiii: and Sal of all Cotton in trusted to OOJ . o"ir. n v hvp 'Hirnnn l miii w wrfnr.iiw. mniW V (UH! llaTtOTl Tt KV'OT,. !rVw.ril T. B.HATMES & CO. COTTON Qfliee Xo. 268 Front R. F. TATE Imt of Boanrtt'a jLandlna:, Mlea TATE And Commission Merchants, Xom. 34 and 36G Front St., Memphis, Tenn. L. literal Advauce.Made S. X. M'CALLtJ Com. Merchants, STAR COTTON GOT, i Union. Memphis, Tenn J. M. Fowl k est, Brooks. II. MT. JiM?ly. actors 370 FRONT STREET. H Wholesale Grocers. cotton generally. Street, Memphis, Tens Partington. Front St., Up-stairs. gone to nil all order from their rntoin.r Til oh. Clark. SI. jr. Clark. r3r3Sa'ScC50. St., Memphis, Tenn. FACTORS, street, Memphin, Tenn. HIMPNOW.TATK I.at, of Maaaetl'a Laedlef, HI BROS. on ConkiKUiuenta of Cotton. EELY&CO NOTICE ;,-v feiaiiJ If? F. H. J.W. Caldwell &Ca 4 t8O0CE38OR8 TO WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission lercnants Removed to 32-4 front street, SSempliis, Tenn. V COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 803 AND 304 FROST STREET. MEMPHIS. W. T. Bowdre. Booth BOWDRE, IA COTTON 28Q. front' street -0 -COTTON Jfo. 3QO Front Street, ESTABLISHED 1849 THE OLDEST CANDY nOl'SE IX THE CITY. Speclit Walter WHOLESALE A.M RETAIL, ftlannfactnrera of the celebrated S. A W. Stick Candy aud t or Mixed Fancy Candy. Weight and qualify ot Rood Ktmrautccti. Trade mnpplied. Wedding Parties a Specialty. COTTON - A WHOLESALE GROCEHS, No. SOO FBOXT STUJEET - - UiTRMT M 8 S. S3 m BR H W M c3 tp4iZ$!sm t 3 LP 9 if J. II. MeDATITF, Itte iSPdsoitii J. H. McDavitt "WHOLES AXE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Wo. 230 Front street, - Memphis, Tennessee. Liberal Advances) Made on CouNlsriitiientM. J. W. JAW VM. Cotton Sil.min W W. JIM m, t.rofrr Nnlfntnli- A. C TEEaDWELL. iG.MI.Uwi WHOLESALE GROCERS - -AND JTo. 11 Union Street, Memphiw. Tenn. .JitV. W'.-'i OK V, I II I I 4? m JU1 I'AlNIiLK & (JO., ' Aj-.ij fl,1 Aln CM . . nr. . . . WV aK7 ACTOR mm MM INSURANCE CO. OF MEMPHIS. CTo. 18 Madison Street, .'MARINE AND GUAKAKTY FXTNIJ, X. FOSTA1XE, 1'reoldent. JAKES E. BEASLEf, Secretary. BOAKO or N. FONTAINE, of Hill, Fontaine A Co. A. O. TKKADW'ELL, of A. O. A A. B. Treedwell A Co. J.T. FAROA80N. of J. T. Farmson A Co. C. F.HUNT, of C. P. Hunt A Co. OWi NNK, of Stewart, Uwynne A Co. W. F. TAYLOR, of Porter. Taylor 4 Co. COI.TON ORKKNE. of Green A Beaslej. JOHN K. SI'EFI), of John K. Speed A Co. J. W. Fl'I.MER, of Fulmer, Burton A Co. Z N. Kb 1 fci, of Kstes, Uoan A Co. Conducted on a purely mutual sjstem. Parties doing buaineu with this Company will u4 ol '' earntim benllllwt to a dlviitpnrl on nil rtn-miHin thI,I In -o LUMBER MERCHANTS And Dealera la DOORS, SASH, BLINDS Celling, Siding. OMm and Hloro, He, SSS Neeond j Yard tor rriefi liists, Lvtuniates ana Molding liuokg Mailed on aiiplk-ution DANIEL FEEDERS AND Revolv'ff Head Cotton G RETCRNINO thanks for the liberal patronaee hert'toforecatcndi-d. we rtsjiortlully ark a rt i.tliiu.Hii. a of thesame. We aeain offer vou COTTON 1,IS3 wh,.w murlts ant aiuknl by Uic iniiii' ir.iii. i country. We use the BEST MATERIAL and A.A&1- Absusi a iir ti lain, vur u iims .1 1 i. k inns, in wnicn wo hav.. uil.l.'d in. proremente, are tbe beet aeparatoraor ball, and will Improve lafle irl.e.l lii.ity ., ton from One and a balf so liret'eeu per ponnd In value. WK UI' AKANTKh Al.L l' t mA,,ninM. ..iun tuuuuui viuci. im rcwn. uwi Hi Hie UL'umilil, we nave lUCIVaji 11 OUT 144'il i. ties for manufacturing THfd, and will be able to fill all Orders promptly. We are prepared to REPAIR GIN8, FEEDERS, PRESSES, U)., iu this city, barliir etUhilvhcd a ln i with Mr. J. A. SMILEY, late Foreman at the Faciei j We ran aiwure all who aenil u Uielr l,m lo ' i repaired the work will be done In FIRST-CLASS ORDER and REASONABLE I'KU'Ks CIlAUi.K.D, UID FOB CIlcmiBS OB WHITE FOB TLKSN, T PRATT GDI CO., 314 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS. AIDBtW ITRWABT, Haw Orloaaa. Stewart, Gwynnefe Co Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, Not. 356 and 3S8 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee STEWART, BROTHERS & CO.. Cotton Factors and Comminlon Merchant, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA. WBRI, J. W. CAJLarwBCV.a, . II. WHTFK A CO. G. Malonc. S. I. IJowtlro. FACTORS, Memphis. Tnm. FACTORS, - - - Memphis. Tema. FACTOR A"I - tk5 i.-" mm. ivVVi it-:' ir-A &'&r.T. I'M- i3 of. C. W.jtr. Co. R 5 Sf" rt- AA LIS 1 5 TJ lag C2 1 m as 1 mJ A. B. TKEADWELJU 8. S. TREA1JWKI.L. PlnnlnnnTiT Tnnn I1 E Icl Si III. Infill IT rjJ MANCFACTUKER8 OF . Nisbett, lirooks, Albertsou and Allen COTTON PRESSES, C.fn-(.Ar.nr. Minfllnir -ini Ir..i nnl lirHM 1 nftine;9 Hiitl all Tf ork in the Foundry ami Machine Shop Lin t - Memphis, TennesMce. INLAND ONLY.) $130.0(K) COLTON UKEEXE, Yko-PrcsHent. TAYLOR & CARROLL, Attoriicjs Tor ft, o TKl'KTEEN. J. M. FOWLKE3, of W. B. Rail.ivath A M. L. MEAl'HAM, of M. 1.. M,..a. liHlu A l.o. J. W. CALDWHI.I,, of J. V. ( al.lwfli 4 .,. THOB. U. AIJ.KN. of Thoums H. Alli u A ( o. W. A. OAOE. of W. A. Unit A llm. JACOB JACOBS, of Jacobs A HooSPr. W. T. BOWDRE, of Biiwlre. Msl.tm A Co. W. B. M ALLOKY. of Mullory. :ralorl ! o. E. LOWKN'MTKIN, of B. I.mveiti.iu A Bros J. W. DILLAKl), of liillard Ai'iitlm. 1. N. NOWDEN'. of Kri,..:mn llr... and MOLDINGS, XXOORINtt, Shingle, Lath, i:ic. and Warehouse. Cor. Hernando dt Wajo.t PRATT httseGhs CONDENSERS. make a COTTON (UN which, with prop, r hiv. viU AMUKEW . UWIJ1M:, JeuihU.