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STnSTPAY, NOVEMBEE 6, 1881.
J aaat tlx KM mt .itl tba for I tat .ro 11 is A. m lial ia i iiot A hei on 'Ba ton 110) md Kast tc, inu f Oi f a Vol Vniv fere ttKIVM) B STOLE. I i Uoral rtm srd for return of i on mm: ok lka.sk. 1 : f. T I j l-n e . .-' wa. Vta ; .i i gta. wttl , wf ',. snr) ell .O II l- t . r i -j -u:.trT v. tor rr . '.- . 1 twit! in " my or ub- , I C- ! t- 1 ult OH KK.T. V -In 1 nnl.-oo-nly. m kuo.a A the j - t a. ..if. V LH1. -ri r--: -tvk coti- -, r..-l lor i: whtre !..( m it ..r.i. . - , rv, S h fcA.n.. .,- . rret vn rnvainf , at M as. T. K- se- f- M t - irwiioM, . m J -!- s"r , l x k . - Il 4 til. i J t'-t r a. Ik4 a . S.r. T r . r f-4 tor kafc. it:u?o tL. a" ! a4 a.-raal. or ( a- - .-4 .T aar.-r :NJ. ti ,iia. a a tti i . a - s.rf r-.a via:iy. - - l iaxsv -.. -..::.'.?. Lv -: T .u:x c-t s . . HI t a H M' .- f.-aat ! t I 4-1 i.w , 1 .at T l j.r 4 .T' & ' 1 - V v; Til . I ? .. or j: i-cT i T ta a "tr a "t 15 U.IK- 4 i ' -a aaoiK, . - .c ux iur a ti i . f i .'-. - T r r iAKs C.tslrar..r. I , T. ,. ait ju "? i -t -n w- ra ai 1 vO -u."wt 1 1 b lur- V-- vw - -f awC .r to ue e:d -tii- 1 rz- klsi. ' r t. .J. Bi T U4 a. ).r a-' 'n.r I'-o rtK t:K.vr . au4t of i j."-,te si.--, lil'jx.ii car j a saw t,Ay.. Le'-t r - ' .., lUattOLi. A Vi 9. r i.E-- -.e-i or '.f nm' hcd. a "J ftal aai. a . lrai.y ati iia a -X a i X z "atz. ttrei-, fcre Vt-rT A'-J w rvtral very deairable Hynu ijr cart Crtt. tjT7'V 4fc.' a'jr-E-Oo JUdisoart. sl-''o street. -'.- I'd i. p .X a XJ-1 wex... :vv- r-.:,!- i v. lsnrj nnfer v.'.ti V?"1. Jor t'ctiiran and sarrri-;i-1 r.c3, at lo fiiwr? st 12 "Xtaa- a. -rTx(iV AS! oyFK'i isewsl desirable j &-.- m oj a x.jit fcTrnue. unmediejly oa mia C. .!- 1 -s,;,i Zjr? iu.;r rooms, tor m I a0" .. j t a.iy 4avpiel by I)r. A r-r(u- ae oit' ia C-'r.'',.n Zs'nu-l. r. Maii mtt a front. Aviy a; nloti. J. LENOW. IrjnXSis-efw :aniLiwl opp. C-nurt uar. HOt'eE f ru. io. i Kx'-hantcetHreot . LU:Uj.iA. tfi.hln txif asv(arof tr:et rara. Ai-p-y NEXT IrQQR. "trSLSIUiiD KoujIS WiU.out i"ci.rd. kr fcen 4 Uemen; aif-j. f ;rtiiehi apartmenta and gfia ! tot loai iamiiy. at iol Jrtftrrmn Ireet- -Wit aJiLUje, 75 85 Main atreet lorios iVA&i.H-. .'efc From first of Beptem- V- 1" .11 ' I v OVfcSTO. GROoViWOR. 2M Second rt. iittW'ttRV" AKia 4jaMltnlO.V H(r f. Kott. JTl-373: also. t-xiacs up-stairs. mar . in a4 ovto trctj. Ap:yiM eieOge 7 . Tt!'A nWKT.T. TO City WAS E2. TJAaTICTLAE INFORMATION As to address , Oi aenttem.a irtiw u.rae commenced wlir 1 -H i Uie baJa:H-e not rHColKcwdi, or any otlier TTtnttlKi was on the ea.t-bouJ traiit on the 31ft May Urt, wrtt-n an old li:an. his wife, rlaufhter and a-hild were cjet-li d fnon the tram, about th hour of midnight at White's Station, nine miles east of Miti Ai. Pieasa a i.in-s M's-is Wright. Koikes A Wrtht. lawyers, Menipltin, Tenn., or mvseif. iowa t.iee. ai4.,ani conn ra reat Ptvoron an ri$ . aggrieved fsm'ly. tct. lKl. W M. B. HALL roa CONFjSDEIIATE B0RBS! - WAM'EI) 10,000,01)0 Coapfta Bonds. Until orders cxiian-lc f will pa 2 .50 pftf 10C0 for f-om fiwx) uifivwjwoof these 'IhuhIs with all the e iu jHiiiR atiaeiieil hiatrn in 1 -iia (excep: the sine due January 1, lsl'.'.), tutiS .ince attached 1'ne present demand for liii-si- otherwise valueless see it riiiea issobpoareDtly rauat-jes aiui likelv to term inate at any ji.otaent. that the gt.-atcst speed si-.nold be used in forwarding the Uiun. isgnd tjy regislervd mail ai out e, i.nd I will n-i.iit y ci.ru mail ch.i k on N. Y. Itnk t the above rale. Thee who arefi-r can ship by eapr.s, :. o. D., W illi leave lo examine. If by any i liais e bonds anive alter order is exhausted, I v i 1 leUaru by next mall. ISeud t.1 address b'low. lt.lPilAt.1. J. Mosrst. Jr . Ai lurtify-a,l.. CI Wall Mrerl. . v 'iaarla, , Y coxfedeiITte bonds. Wtth ail OauMW from July, IS12, oa ALSO COTTOM fcutDS. t our te quantity and pri f. Addn-ss if " I A M I S " tui- Kee Yorr. MOTELS. mm Q tale. tent I reeef tea' ST. JiOVIf,. tivriTi 11 1 n f Tl imtririT d ftlliiA-x-ivuur hoiIaLi r.Y THE MOfT PERFECT HOTEL lira on lite Globe, In vtuiilatlou, ew- -iou anpolnitr:ei,ta, kau ure-urool jissl propertiea. jfT WITH SAFETY I .'her hotel of its clan -4. . . M U. M. BATES. eSl r , general Manage NjIlLSl RAILWAY RECORD. Arrival a-d Departnre or Trains. .,..,rti,peake.Ohio and Bouthwosl Trlni iSloTEwr: M" 1vh daily, ei- Tiuia,,JLu TSd.ny. except Sunday, roicni , .,,,, Da)Ah mfl mnvB fcVr ire' d.'iiy at 10:3 p.m ; p. ?r. 4 aunv.- daily al :": hl ' ...y. Sunoy ..oo P.m- !.11t at n. WP ?-;' .nrVSm7KaUo.i last m.til ai htiinerTtilo .rt,uiT ' 7,iJ S 4. Mail a. A tinpra ariirea daily ai va.u, " Sdon'IrTivdauy. exPt Sunday, at :.0 : Nashville road move lrain uj- f . a -JO am klkTva at I0:.S0 P.m.; mail l.-ave dally at 7.SU am'pt Sundav. at 4 :S p m a.a.n m Bnniiivillea-coi : mail arrive daily at ; BrinviHeaommodatiouamvea dal- Yrtuul on m Miiflppt anfl Tennevre roa . (..llowK Mail lvaveti dally al 12:. o p.m.; arli.a.immiKUtionHvciaily,ixlvpt Sunday, at i W p.m.; firlvht Kvos daiiy. exivpt buu.Im. at i.m. Mail arrive daily at :50a.m. : t-ardis rroinmvlat:on arrtvea daily, except hunday, at S u am.; trciht axrivea daily, except Sunday, at 1J0 p.m. m Arrival and Popart wrrn of WaiU. O'.'ES. I RAILROADS. CLOSE. Otn.. Lonts. A M.-m. K.K., :4S p.m. t:h p. ri. 0 p a U:& a.m. I -00 a.m. 11 i p.m. :.w am. a.m. loeal an 1 tnrougnmaii. 6:40 a.m. Cln., Loma. A Mem. K.K., throuirh mai 10:00 p.m. Ot.Tt. Me: VR.. local and Uironsn nali 6:00 p. in. 10:00 p.m. 11: a.m. g:!d p.m. I:S1 p. in. 4:4o p.m. Chatt. A Mem R.R., thro- mails Mem. A Grenaia A N. 0. Mem. a'L Rl R-R '.wliwiitna Mem. RR ... Sonierrille accommodat'n. Rlrer A Othr Matla. Mcmphia A Frlara Point, 1:00 a.m.' T:fl a-m-t T 00 a.m t T CO a.a.: 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.t 4:30 p.m.t 4:30 p.m.t 9:S0 a.m.! 9: M a.m. I 4:S0 p.m. 4"i) p.m.3 4:.W p.m.t 4. SO p.m.t S:00 .m 6 Helena A Frlara iint. Helena A Clarendon, rail- roa1 Mem phi A lireenvllle. avnt.... Mn:pUU A Vicxsburg affivit p m ' ? to am. T - a la. T v a in u Umir A Memphis, astvnl ,.ia .u Miuinis. agent. :. Francis ner. awnt Arau.at neir. accent ?iaa.m.1 "li;u- nit-r, a;e:it.. .. Mrmphl lo Holly Spring I CO p irt.r:. Mw. lace nnte " M 7 ","5rr:i es.;a) and Kriday. ; V iav. Tr.nrs.lay anil Satnnlay. tj i.u. ruw'Ji' and Fnlay. ITaeUy and Friday. t We.-aean 1 a;ul1aT. OT iwl ly. f nundaT aud Saturday. rERVISAL ASDUMEtAt. Work i proiTtinj rapidly on the East Tnnrwvj. V'r--ir.i aad Georgia yard, ami it U ajor.u:i shape. G.rjr Arni.I.l.of the firm of Taylor ei Arn lL .1 It.mr-h:--, :s ;a Vleksbari looking aft ;r iZL 9 t R;1-t'. ' ijc ...v--j- s, .. ... ,- I cr Ja PJ.-S ir.ro e:!eet to-.iay. Traveler w.rari an t ! the a-alxra wiu govern ujem-- .tv acrsmiccly. - J Jeniicj. a well-known colored man cf - Ohio Central loco, Pacitis Man 14,1110, Peoria, dc . 4TT wa ma over bv tte csrs. last " catur and Evauaville S'-IO, Reuoiug lwrj, S;. Paul 2. -i-1?, Ari-isi. l5- I Vwo, St. Paul and Omaha 19e0. Texas llwiflc 42.OU0, o snja anexwat th i'.Utcauh. he tan- u e uum.vrof miles of imilntl a 1 ready uu-4-fTAa.tii. or hr which Ih, laotiey liastavU j-ro r: ii u ! to built during V.iv jTi.d from Oc fc,ixr 1. to October 1. Ik.1, u 3.n6. Th Tine Bluff Yew learus from a rrlia l le xuwe ihS the rro;wod eha e1 eiut? of I'.ie tr.:. rl. ij. raa rut Msnolia. Miller's OtmVivtU and liae Hiurt". r uU in 4 -ti- c of t the inpf-ny. u i"nnred miia t?o4 romw r Oxuleu. iutio aa iu-in. Arkao-ct- Cil Jjumol, Friday: "Whit m&n 0aTt. trr evnril forvmtn of tl:e taa- wi lii hie etTii a i:ch ii'u-r. Wrte a c.vcf Bau. puiki mix on CoufMtrie soiuitr aud lkrduord rata U now i a n pern. on on t: aiiinil. Caa:tauoa aud i. Louis Railway, jk! q aei u any uuoa a?e M i -r thro itms Pva i. So more taoustni-asile ii -W-.u Till be txild. r.jc.il rl ;t nic Srciven fr ruai-ir.p t: kxC. T-ie rViuon lu the rtvwi"r rate also 45, h i-MsxUtitjr ot teouauj: loner raa-s lor Ilcou urVe, a braketuan, fell from a f ra;at trin. usar I-iv3cn, on tut- -U irtaut, anl a ran over by twa wltwels, botu pis-in owr his aMua. miiiWAi. e'.ira rii-vh s.s citacinan io.tB of -h kio. U htra lVyn.l ite v.j lyii; proorut oa Um? rouni ad T-'tuiii'ir. ar, wuatcl u u w c-I brviaaoer if it W Ll"Oii tie was ;h-.;i nix It was ibouxh. be Wo'Ul tiit of pvti tn:5i. r lniiaai.ju J lii: b.-I-. liurke li t J twrtiuunua tae Nhv.lj ru J CUtta;iK:'4a axe cmV. an 1 hU moibtfr !ive in Nahv:lle. Van Iireo, Arfcaa-aii. U looming up to Ih ptprTt:on of br tt"rmr greitjc as th caa2e rrcter Wvi?ra A riiaiuuj. A ievr Uaya tacr til Fr.sv RtlinwJ iDin:iT dfinlely io etl :-7im-1 a4 n-fT t that poir.l. I U j in fceoal. as tin to; rj'l reariir-s thre, V bnij-i B-vVr th Attanrc nn i Fu:iric caarior a west u ttxutafijm. t iriae the nx.iia line i.f their r jl -rv i: rjtA-e te l'anaM.in. The 'tit mrc from Vjji artn to FatTetteTille w tiny rail-a: fron Vi bivn St. Lou?, :) miT-r. Tlit ro..lbei 1 rra --t-d trm F-y-tu-rille to thd ia!uuUin, awl ihrirm Duct iii:i4i la.d teaiy-ave m;lts ir ir. r-iveTtefilie M the ico'x-.nain. Cars will bt? r .uuiae'tbe 11 of l?vn bet. Tnc r"1 w-11 liave it vl ra: act in-n tiiii. xr ail tue ..:eacs. Tj e3iiiTuran i wuii-ii the 'Kiisf 1 rart i& it:- wa as the !.;. fy;ii.l,'itf. a:.J cmbtme iLe f iwiiij r .: l'h.i-a?o. I:i:riinctu ai.d -lim-y. .uswid. T--p-kKl e.i.n:a Ki ht- Uaw and su Fn.tir. I4.nr fttxic and fort S:n:ih. Initio P.t, t-i t,.; .,Mr a-4 Tc43 aud lie T-ii Mcxi- TJtliEiD. GEORGE A. 0LARK, SOLE AGENT. rk JBST and " 6e-rla; -Itiad of A CocpSete Atlrttnut For Sale, at Wholesale, by LowrBktrla Bras, aad W. B. Moore Co. At Retail bf Lowesistetii Bras LMbrle Br., anl Wm. ft ran it k .'. ai-idU-lAil-a SOU) Hill J0MEE3 1373 . WltlO Production Doubled. JgairiDxibbi 'BEST IMTilE ViDRLD? JjjfJZPi snip ASm G'iH-$TGREKtIPER fORlT. Be tun m mi j,r rnt .i user s Oar'A is atron-er lhau fia 'Jj of cheap Silks. .vcry spool measures ico yards. Just ?s marked Chep Silks measure only 40-eo to to yotiial a f 1 want a splendid Button-Hole Twist use aur. ' fate! Quill Twit. tT- BPUWRDft ARMSTRONG SILX is being uscl ana wnjmendcd ly the Drcssmiken, and e conaidcr them the V-t judges ia the woiid. PQ SXlJt ET Wm. Frank & Co.. MejpiW, C'dbcr & Wilson, UawpEj.' WMQl.asAi.B OKior. LetMO. & Oalc, Memphis. s;jr- A 36-pa?e pampldec, giving Rules and Designs lc r tVnilllilg tlia SStOcaings, aiiiKn, iuiicy . Pabie' Cap. anal Boots, Lac, etc., wiu be presenteo to any lady buying our Silk or Twist at Uc atMV named stores. ItROKEIlS. TRY IT. WHEAT. ! 420 $50, $100, $53& invested in our new aud 4:7 safe plan of Kpee it 1 h 1 1 n r la, H'luwl MaaVfc., ejc.. quick anr )are pniftts. Now is th. bei etasi to tak to'tl. write for our pamphlet, etc., giving pai lieut.oi. Sent Free. Fi.kmmino & Mtt.iKS Brokers, id Washington Street, Chicago, Ills S250 Stores- I)JSPKS4ItT. DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, Ko. 17 Jeflersou 'Street. BetwaoM Kals anil Front, Hesnpbla EtiTABLDoHED IN 186a DR. JOBNHON Is actoowUaalyAd by all parties 1 1 tereatetl a by far the most tiicoitiul phy elan In the treatment of private or secret disvas a. Quick, thorough and permanent cure guarnjjte A in everycase, maleorfemale. Keoant cmaa of Q ri orrhea and Hyphill cured In a few days, wtthjut the use of mercury, change of diet or hiudra i from business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vetl lloMOa' iaiuri slopped In a short time. Sufle.-e.t sn impou-uiy w asof sexual powers restored to tree viator iu a few weeaa. Victim of seli-aboM aud excatasivc venery, luaoriARUwU spermatorrhea audlaassof physical and mental pow.r; t4Jllv and permanently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseaam of Women, and cores guaranteed, Throat. ml Lunar lasa.iarJi cured by new remedies, Ptltaa and Old Sores tuired w,uint the ustof catistla ortkek.iUo- alleousiiluilvnsstricilypimfldential, aledlcineaiieat by expreaaioall partof Ihecouutry. tfum ooimxrvia a.ia wt p.m. euuaay nom li a, JOHNSON, M.D, US S3 xsfeil I J SID $20, FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. IlankH quiet. Money continues in fair de mand at litis per cent, discount. Exchange on i the principal taMerii lniints demand par KellinR, IliM ouut Uuvluif ; N'ew EiiRland and other pointa, sicht, diM OUiit; New Orien. par. City eom pSiniis? bonds. 60: coupoim. to&iv Planters iB i...o. ......!, i,i-.. xt..mi,iiistas stock, way-'; bonds. lm): Mississippi levee liquidating scrip selling at SO Cvi: Mississippi scrip or coupons of Dittricllso. 1 sellinKat 11. MEMPHIS BANK CLBARINOU. Clearings. Balanca. Ni.veml.er S f 41R,KM 1" 67,sn7 99 Tot-S itliN wirt.: l,.vw,l: V:a..!u0 K, Tomlh'stweek..... .... ? bauie Uine last jenr.... l.MAlOf 2 Jll.tuO IW NEW VOKK WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT. Loans. iniTeasc. S-I.C.Hi. 100; specie decreaae, 1, nt.il CM; liKAl-t.-uders, decreafo. M40,0iW; deposits, ine'reaac. M.013.700; eireulaiion, increase, risi.4oO; reserve, decrease, ('. 1. Tlw banns now bold So,104.07i in exceaaof legal rcquireaionts. HTTKLF.UBM'U. TARIS, Xovembor 5. Rentes, 5f. Gi'ic. NKW ORI.EANf, November 5. Sight exclisnge on New York l l-r tlouo premium, bleriiiig el change uaukcra bills, 4.Mii- LONDON. November 5 Ojnsols, 99 13-16; ac couut. 10J: iliinois Central, Zu)i Pennsylvania Central, OS'4': Erie, 4r5 NEW YORK. Novembers. Money, 26)6 per cent., elo-iii'4ti percent. ITiinc mercantile per C. 7 per cent. Kteriir.g exchange bankers' bills ..,.u. Jsifi.- ll.TilLll(l. 4M-1.. liiiverm.ieiil bonds utieiiuiigcd, except new 4s, I niiieu are ; per coat, nigiier. 6s extended .101'i Is, coupon llfij Ss exteiiovd.. 101;tPacinu lis of 185....1a0 4', cou;ou 1131 - ntnte Imnds Tennessee 6s, old anil new series, advanced to 71 from 0, and Virginia 6s deferred, declined to 19J4io;-4 from 21. ! r.. eov.sols f s-'-i Virginia 6. old.... 38 Msssouii Us... . lln; .I'-Virginla eous.jl. .. SI Teuu.6s.old 7J Va. consul pfd iaJ Tenu. bs. ucw 70 Ex-inatunnl coupoija. In the rallroail bond market Ohio Central in comes advanced to Wj from .ru'4: Pacific land tT.oit iiieouui 10 76 fixnii and reacted to 77; tlillo tirsls; liio lirande division advanced to 91 x imm'.io'i; U.K'liester anil l liustm,' Incomes n 41 Inen 40. and Chesapeake and Ohio flrais. series 8, to V from M. The stia k market was generally lirm aud higher at the opening, but a decline of yt to 1 i.er cent.' took plsce in early dealings, m which MetropoliUu Elevated, Northwestern and lexas l'.icitie wera most prominent. At the Hrst board, however, siweulalion beesme strong, and au ad vance ot i4 t 3 tK-r cent, was recorded, th hitler for Oregon Navigation. The other slocks cou-pie-u ius in the imiTovement were ( iiiclnnati, 8an- aasky unit Cleveland, lnoiauuioils, Mloomiuglon aud iVc-tcrn and lt-uver and Klo Grande, ellb se.ireutJv l.'teie was a r:i4''tioii of p;rcent., bin the downward tendency was ouicsiy checked, a'id during the aiieruoon dealings were tirm in t,.:ie. Hie entire .ilt reeoniiu?i au improvement Kinging from H per i-ent., Chicago, St. L-Juis ami Kor Orleans. Texas l'.icitie. Denver and Rio tiruude, tit. Paul, MinueaHlis ami Manitoba ai:d Oregon Navigation leaoli g therein. In ex tvi iiou to the general st cugth were Mutro- ,..,lii.v;i Eljvated and Clevelaud. Colum- (., Ciniiuuati and ludianaoolis. the former selling o;T4 and the latter VA per cent. In final ki..h iiit- ei-neral list was unseilleJ. and cluseU In most cases e.t a decUa-j of .'.(jyl per cent, from the best figures OI tue aay. aeuwuu an.l Danville advanced 4' lir cent. 1 nniswctions aggregated 07,000 shares, of which there were of Canada Southern liiOO, Central Pacific Uetaware. Lackawanna and Western it.oJO. Deiawiire an-.l Huilsoa 1J0O, Denver i.i Ri.. tiunde is.ooo. Kiie 01.000. Han nibal aud t-t. Josepn lli', Kansas ana Texas 19 J0. Lake Shore ll.isJO. Ixjiiisville and Nashville 1900, Michigan Central oJw, Missouri racKic i iuj, vur,i,wusterii tioo. New Jersev Central l:)0,New Y t ,-..uni! io. Northern Pa.-ilie 11,000, Ohio and Mississip;i 7oO, Ontario and Western 200U, inion ivincbow, nHus! ruriire k.wj, .tswru 1 U1UU U-'AJ, Villi' ii'iii'.i, oiiiJ ii-k-niiu vtutctauu luasnuav-oii:'. bUvuruiuUiU ana u eeieru An AvsjciAttrd Pr; Utsnab-ti xtys that the minina stot'k m;irkt Uyiuy was active and irregular. The main feature was th dec Imo ana hinie transac- ti.jua in Khiii! ,u Coiisjiidated, the stoik feel ling d-n ii irom 1- To to 10 VJ. II is U'ltittstood that the break is duu u the m.--rkc,.iiii; of taa Urjjo Mock waiili ws held by Baldwin, i nc dctAuUiotf New ara cut-h:er( ami not to any baa reports from the mines. Stute Lines and urientiil and Miller were only moderaioly aetivd. Hie latter doclinitig Iram T.i :u 7ti Soma l'at'lhc itilvaiitcu from b oO to M. aul is extiet-ted to go higher. Within $2 of the market uriee is beiinr loeued on the fctock. and Chris.) lite was weak, declining to ohs. The total anloa oi rainiug fK ks at both exchanges were i Jc-,710 shares. Closiiij; quotations: C. F. firsts. Ho Miiwourf "pafiBc Krie sjcrm.- ii'i Mobile A Ohio. ...... :;k Lehigh & Wilkefl.a...llo Mor.is A Essex I'Jftij, St. Joseph iN'ash. A Chat. S-i SL r . A e. u. Drsts.. oi a.hm t'rei a , U. P.fii-sts .lib3 Sew-'erx'T Cenj'l. CP. Undgranls..-ll:lH Narthcin Pacific 4u U.P. sinking funds. Vii S'rth'n Pixitie prf'd 8.: . . r. i-nui uiaii.M ii sw, u ,.i.t, T. P. luo Grande.... id ! Northwestern prf'd. lo.i- Adamr-Exprc-v li4 New York CeutiaJ..lli.'! Alton ATerre Haute. M-Ohio Centra! J7( A. k T. II. prefd... 90- OtUoa: Mississippi. 4--V, American Expref.. ViV's, Ohio Miss. prvt'd.ll.'j B.. C K. & N SlS Outario A Western- Canua Southern.... 611, Pai;inc Mail 41' C.,v:.A I. C H Panama Ceitira.....r.vj Central Pacific t'o 's "P.. D. A E 4 'ia.ipwJte i Ohio, 'to'.i PitUhnrg lst C. & O. let prer.l... 4o:4 Reading . bS C. A O. 21 1'ref'i. '!. ajiIaid .lt5 ChiJOSO Alton lSl):St. la. 8. F CnteamAAiV.il pfd 14'1- St. L. & S. F. pr'f'd. 70' .j c. a. C H i.,j-i-t. u.et s.r . ist pio..ns,' C Jit, L. aN.O -;s3l. Paul .lik5? C, S. AC o'Kvit. Paul preferred li-H C. s C 94.'v,3t. P., M. & M .1C.- Delaware i Hads'n.l-'iNt. Paul ii Omalie.. .1H!, Del. k Lai k.. lli7;, -it.Paalii(m!ihapf. JOJJ Denver & Hio G.. b-v, lexas Pacific , TjC- Erie 47 Union Pacific tne preferred....- vu jU.m. Jtpresa. Fort VVAyne W.. St. L. & P 4s' Hannibil i JtJoo.. Wi.'ijW., St L. A P. pr'fd. f;s u. bl, Jikj prei a.iv.: i eiisd: rargo'8 x.l Hariein Ji"' 'A'estern Uoion.... li Houston s 1 exrj. . . wo : ftasi i enn j-t? IUlnois Ceuti-aJ lj-,":ERst Teun pr'fd 20 I., B. A W .'.0 Cariboa 2 KamisATexas 42 lOentral Arizona .. 1 Lake Erie A Weatern 4'i'Exce'ior. 1 Lakes-hore 32--iHomesuike 1 LouisviileA Nafb.. iwv'i Little Pittsburg 1Y Louisville A N. A.. RS .Ontario Sit Mar.A CIn.lst pr'd..llS-:tJuictsi:ver I I1 2ar. A Cin. 2nd l!n iQulcksilvcrprei'd .. 0J" M. A Ciiarlutn 7:1 ;8il7er Cliff. 4, Jithipui Central... 9j4.Sf n.linl..... 22 Offered. CTXOX. Xew York telegram-i yesterday indicated a considerably btiu r feliDg in spots, especially toward the eiotteof business, tbo previous price list remnlnlns uncnjcued, Nc- York futures oj.-i:ed firsa with the Il3t of ouolatk-us advanre.1 on sll mnutiis ranging from i to 4 points, near deliveries bcicg in greatest fa vr. A ier tbis iinaount-uient a reaction set in, anl fMC'u bn.letin received r.nnoii need a deereese la V4ias, yntil at the close eli months were oil, the greiic-t press'tir bwi.? ni'ide on uistant months. Novemtitr k-sT. 1 p-4.it ou tb; o.y: l'eeember and t-cbru.iry 2 each: other nio!ihsran:7i? from 3 tt 4 jii it. On fir.-t call of the day September jnotui lil::''"!2.lV, aud was ouoled in two Fiilc nuent t.ulieti;.. reiuUjng in a loss of 8 points be low the lir.t quolaiiou, ThS market closed st.-ndv. The NV w York JljUtlln of Thureibiy relates the fit! .owing circumstance inlluen iog the reaction In fu'.nres Wflne-"i.i: "1 he reaction wis in a measure due to the failure of actual llgurcs of re. ecinta losiiDi-ott those snown on uie opening estimates, ana a! so li f.iHuLq trom thti eon ih several unfavorable ac- , cjupted with rumors that vii.iH ba-1 bwn obtained to the efiVct that the fortiirmiiif? t xrhane crop renorti would make a raih-r poor s-bowing. llie Kiiierl run of on t fcit otHvatore stiii troux any new invest ments of iiaiporiaiiiP, tis- ;?'d on to their old panjiaf'.'.'." Jfccw Qrrjr.ns srots improved in lone, thonpn not mUieieijt io .4vbj2c nrtecs, c-loiig flnn.'wilh sales ind.caiiiia, active u'U(4.n.d. New Orleans X:Murus waved iindr difernt in Hueueei from thoc guvemitig jn New Vork, the market oicnitir: with an nirrd Uindenry. and ciiriLg tiictady, with all months adaud 4 to 8 poiu, cuirvnt iiIiveriie in the lead. The Liverpool a-ot market was quoted harden ing. tviUi 1 stoi laKc uudiiniuUhvd, and priceiiuu etmiiatd. Lierpuol futures showed on upward tendency thro'iffhuut it day, clowns witli November ad vanced 10W, atid raatkot lirm. Tne hitittl market opened and closeel firm, the amount of cutlon Mold iudloti.ifr a good demand from exporters, win tK!t the greater part. Bplii ners ot the rcat, siax-ulatora ataudin g ort'. MEitftaH OCOXATIOyS. Friday. Low ordinary OrUinary Good ordinary . aLw middling.. MUdliiig.. Oood nnddltnt, . Middling fair .... Fair Miikiit oneji4 and c'osed 6rnl. bales, IticliUlin fjffj hpi Friday i to spinners . U50 to cspoi !..&.. fialc I'M MEMPHIS COTTCK ?TATF5!EHT. Memphis, November 5, 1881. Stock, September 1. 13?1 Received to-day "117 Kecelved previously l'.2,n;;7 Shipped to-day 1,751 Shipped previously 0l,:cj9 Stock, running account . . . iKPOETS. Thn far this week Thus far last week Since September 1st Mempblsand Charleston E. K Misissinpi and T-eiiiii3wj'U. L3iiisille and Nashville II. U, '. M. A Little Koek K. W . . CO. .4 S. W. ii. R. Steamer Wagons and other sources .............. Total EXPORTS. Thus far this werk Thus far last week Since September lat Mississippi & Tennessee R. R H Ijouisvlile and N-ishvllle r. K. Steamers nortli 8.184 115,151 3.117 2.4.-2 .115,151 S76 36 ... fKI 102 05 . 515 SuO , 1,754 .. l.STti .. 06,oa:t .... 2ti7 .... 1.S2 .... 1.005 .... 1,754 Total ft Y TELKURA PH. The following are the New York spot quotations for yesterday: At 10:10. quiet : at 12:30, quiet at 2:30, ittiit t Sales, 2157 bales; contracts, bales. Quotations were as follows: Yesterday. Friday. Ordinary Good Ordinary.... Low Middling.... M.ddling f- aid Middling.. At dtllitig Fair Fair . The tone cf the New York future market was as foil ws: At 10:3u, firm: at 11:30, quiet and steady ; at 12:30, bandy steady; at 2:30, steady. Sales, lij.000 bales. Closing quotation, were as follows: MoUtL Vcxterday. Ftiday. January 1 1 Mall.ti 12.JOl'2.l 12.I5U12.16 12 2.i!2.29 12.:iv.',2.it 12 5.al2..V 12 61t12l.:t 12 7l'(12.73 i (ii ll.r.Uall.5'! 11 t's;(9ll.67 11. M 12 02ii12.0;! 12.19al2.2t) 12. :2 412.3.1 J2 4.ii12.4l lj..5412.fr - June July. 6.")rcl2 eri AugiiM September. October November... December... :t al2.76 li.fu.-aii.M ll.b.11.6i) '(JVJ.l:! ouoted on second call. rlJlPK FI.UCTUATIOS3. I i Net KOI.' Iti n L'ss; g'u l'ss : I I 'Sol ;G n' L'ss ig u Net l'ss S ml tfeiiA. '-l U -.(fUJ'-s Komiital. & t&i SlO'ti rtiu'is u- mvt (all's lomiuul. 8 8- lll'i 10', II 3-16 1! 3-16 H li?-, 11 15-18 11 15-10 12 1 1-3.1 12 11-10 13 7-10 13 7-16 Jan...j 3 ti i :t July.. "' 7 Fbb. 4' ii i 2 Autr.. . 7 Mar.J I V ' . i 4 Sept Apr... :t 1) ..J , ,Q. t. ...i Mav.. K 7 ... 4 Sov J 4 June.' 2 f. I 4 1jc ... S: ft; The New Orleans telegrams reported the spot ma.tc closed llnu. Sales lit.Ond bales: receipts ool b(jef. iirx-k, 110,1S bales. Closing quota tions as follows. Yesterday. l'riar. Low Ordlnaty P Ordinary Ot j S's (o,l Ordinary lo"; 10'. Low Middling lo1. In1. Middling -.. ll's 11', li.KMl Middling... 11" The tone tif the New Orleans future waikct opened steady ; at 12:10, quiet nd steady: at 2::, U'udy b'K. 44, 'AH) bales. Closing quotations as follna's: ' Mouth. Yeaterdikr- Fl'duy. .i ll.Matl.M I 11 .VliIl.M I ll.i.i(a,ll.70 I 11 ri l.a 1 1 t,S .j 1I.MI1H5 11.7hti11.7ll ll.'J.Mll.,J6 11.MiaII.k9 . 12.Utial2U6 11.99i4l2.l0 . 12.l.jl2.17 12.1)S(12.09 . 12.24012.27 12.17.12 19 l-'TSsHJOti 12.27(1, 12.29 '" - . 11.10 bid. ll.02ta.ll. 04 . 11.32Q1I..13 ll.2Millt.2S January February Match April May June . ilia IT August September..;.-., October .. November.. lecember .. . The followjuj conditions of all tlomestlo ma r kets are gleaned from Cotton Exchange bulletini of yesterday : State of Market Price. Stock. Galveston ... Steady. Firm. Firm. Firm. Frm. Firm. 2t,V) Ma! 27it 11 litaii.' ii H 11 1-10 7S.141 190, 1M 27,l7 82.6M 9X.972 17,4h9 49.011 20.H72 118.707 3,420 "47,783 New Orleans... Mobile Savannah Charleston...... SUil Wilmington..., Norfolk lsr.e Q'tAS'dy. 4l70i 79 Baltimore . Dun. Quiet. Q'tAF'm. "'steady' New York...... Boston Philadelphia. 774 i'ij'i 8t Louis Totul recetDts to date 31,603 bales, against 29,924 bales samo date last year. The Liverpool telegrams of yesterday rrprrtet the market hardening. Sales, 12,00" bales, ol wmcn M7.W were American. Receipts. '2-".Ooo bales, of which 21.300 were American. Uplands, trjd ; Or leans, 64ii. The Liverpool market for futures at noon was firm: November, November-December, o li-Ja!, o 13-32d : December-January. 6 13-32d, 6 15-3'Jd I ; Jau-uary-February, C 15-:,"2, 6id: February-March, 6 1-32, 6 9 lll ; March-April. 6 9-10, 6 17-32. 6 19-32d ; April-May, u ik, b,v: ar'i"r' " "',,,' July, 11-166, 6 23-321; juiy-Augusi, t7,u. At 2: Jauuan-February, 0 17-321; May-June, 811-16. l'utures closed firm. WEEK'S RECEIPTS, ETC., TO PATE. I'm Week. List Week. ThisWk LtvctYr. 29,924 20,1 1 3.R71 TOl.ftxr. Receipts for 1 tlay tixp's to Great Briuuu.. kin's to Continent. .. 81, MS! 3.0U) 1I.SSS SlMU'l Stock on hand 711,010 COMPARATIVE TOTAL RECEIPTS. ETC. 1M1-2 I laou-1 1879-N) otal receipts. l,40i'...riSl'1.0''2.375 W1.9"! W2.lSo' 711.0101 701.5o0 2.i.82l! 1,49::.2- 718,9:19 588,211 Total foreign export. . Total stock Decrease In receipts GEXEKAL. 11UDE. Biisincstt wan quiet yesterday, confined orincipally to retailci-s, who supplied orders gen erally at previous quotations. Qiiofoftoits fteioi art for round lots al af.uma my ana at the railroad dipots, and include neither draywje tioraiie, nor other eipeiuft outriiie of the bare nigh and ihanef P ' tut time of arrinil. Jobbing and ttore suiraW at higher ra!e. an they iMlude dra'jagc, storage, and profit of the dealer. FEED Corn sales tar com at 80c; shelled at 80 81c Oat of dniv-loads at "sie from levee br.in, 22 50. Hay timothy, $23; prairie, medi um, dull at S9i.10 bv the cut-load: Bile of ioolot choice at fsj oo. In store, corn quoted 8t(iti5c; oats, 57(3V8e: bran, i 20i31 25; hay, ail 2U(al 2o; prairie. W!g,iK. ,, FLO L" ft Verv dull. Jobbing prices Double ex tr.t tlftb.: treble extra, fjtUO ii: family, M 25 (30 50; choice, SO 907 25: fancy, f 7 75u8: faucy patents, ss 5li;9. Store prlet-s 2ie higher. CORNMEAL Demand moderate; transactions in Job lobs at $3 50 from store. FKl'ITS-Oranges, nominally $ 507 a box; none in market. Lemons, ."ijt5 50 per Ikix. Bananas, SI 5t(j$2 50 per bunch. Cmtianuts, new, $tl'j6 50 a hundred. Peanuts, Virginia, hand-picked. 8Hc; Tennessee red. SiaV-fri white, 7c; roasted 'la higher; sDetteo, inc. Aimonus, ze. -leans ie caus. 8(Sl4e; Arkansas, 7ipi9c, and good demand. English walnuu 15j18c. Filbert, 12.3 1 2C. Bra zil nuts, 8-ntl0. Raisins, 33 25 ; Londou layers, $:i 50; Imperial, $3 50; Asiatic, $4 50. Brandy cher ries, it per dozen, and tirm. APPLES, ETC. Apples firm ; in store, me dium, 3 25(.drt; tauey, $5 60&6. Peaches one third bushel box, 2-"s?5uc. Pluios-one-third bushel box, 40c. Grapes a case of 24 boxes, SI 50; Maiiga, half-barrel, S9; keg, $ scarce. Crar. berries sales at tlittl 25. POTATOES In store, $3 53-33 73, and eupp,y tVEGETABLES Onions weak at :S CO: In store, t44 50 a barrel. Cabbage iold at 117 per hundred head for Illinois. EGGS Brisk at 1719e. CANNED GOOD3, ETC. Prices of new stock per dozen: P. ache, 2 lbs, standard, tl '.0(32; seconds, 1 75: tomatoes. 2 lbs, standard, SI 25; seconds, 90 6.95c; 3 lbs, tl 50; seconds, SI 2.; strawberries, t ffl oo; raspnerries, i o.; ui:ain:iin.-n,i s's-i. t iraitcs. 11 85(1 90: plums, tl 50; pears, $1 501 75; - extra Oyster Bay asparagus, $4 75; green corn, $1 25 (f2, as to quality; green peas, f 1 50(82 25; enve ovsters, SI S0iJ2. full weight; light weight. No. I." 75c; No. 2, SI 25; condensed milk, Crown, So 40: Ea?le, SS 25; pine apple. $1 752 75. MISCELLANEOUS Hominy at So 25 a barrel; griw, S5 50 a barrel. W hite beans new, S4: ine dium, nominally 3 25; navy, SL Micbiean dried apples. 83-e per pound. Dried teaehes, 7it3 8V4-; per pound. Mince meat. 8S9c in barrels and half barrels; 9ai2c, in pails. Sew ie'lif s. 1!'5(.? 16e. in pails, tieiv pickles medium, barr.ls, frit uO 10; half barrels, S5 75tSj6 50. Jicw kraut bar rels, 115; half barrels, 47(tS. Missouri cider, ss 50 ner barrel, and 84 75 per half barrel. FISH Mackerel 12-lb kits. No. 1. 90ciSl ; So 2, 75(.Ve; 15 lbs. No. 1. i!l lo; No. 2, t.'5j'.i5c ; half- ' barrels. 80 lbs. No. 1, Sl(9."; No. 2, S3 40S: 65. W hite fish, No. 1, per half-barrel, ffi ."Ka6 75; fam ily, tl -Voyl 5u; per kit. JI 2.".. Dried herri-gs. ii r box. 250t:inc; North Carolina roe herring, half barrels. S6 50. POULTRY Market glutied; very dull; hens, 1 STjf2 75; fine and large, fci 75; young, tl&l ."O; turkes, 58. Geese, $&3 50. BUTTER Common, 20ro;,.V; medium, 2I.S2tc; fancy dairy, 2,'siue; New Y'ork Gttsiien, 37 1508c; creamery, sb:lye. CHEESE New factory at l:"514c per pound; half cream, 15c; full cream, 10c; Young America, 10$ 17c. BEEF Fore-quarters, 33lc; hlnd-quarteis, 53 6c: mess, $12 th.t barrel; Ji' 50 ba:f-barrels. ' IIOU PRODUCTS Market tlnn; mess pork, 20per barrel; siii-'ar-cured hams, tl:i 87J4; break fast tacon, $14 Ier cwt. lit: con, packed lonr fides, $11 50; clear rib, $lli"; shoulder-, $9 ; 0; lor.se, per cwt less. Bulk meats, pbxkcd lear sidis. $10: clear rib, $9 G2J4; shoulders, $s; loose, 12; per cwt. less. Lard tierce, 12.87K.C; kegs, l"'ic ; 2Mb. pails, 1 1c; 10-lb, pails. 14c: 8-lb. tins, 14i,c. GUOCEKIES Firm; coH'ee ligiC'Sc for ordina ry, 13ijl3V, for fair, 14V,-3ljc for choice. Sugar Act'.ve and firm; Louisiana open kettle, SJioVJe ; vellow clariUeii, 10!l(il0j4c ; off wbite.l'lj-ic; snow-white, lOHic; cut loaf, llic; granulaieo. and powdered, ilKc. Molasses Stock about exhausted : fair to goo t, nominally 45(!?S,)c; prime to cbo.ee, 55(960e; new, nominally, 60tt80c. Kice Louisiana common, 77;.c; prime, Sc: Carolina, H'A'ic. Salt per car-load, $1 ; from store, tl 70jl b per barrel ; coarse, per sack, SI 50: line. $1 05. Soap 4-tcady; family, $2 75(S3; German, ti 25 S3 5u. BAGGING AND TIES Biiing flax, 9;10,$c; lute, lJi to 2 lbs, I0il!.; mixed, lj'.iilc. Ties standard makes, .1 ojjgd 75; pieced and outiide brands, tl 50. Twine, 17c per lb. NA11.S Finn at J;l 50. H1DE3, ETC. Dry Hint, No. 1. 16c; No. 2.13c; dry salt, 12313c: green, i&'c; Kreen salt, 8i;t'.K-; sheepskins, iecftll 11V Tallow. 7:'i8c. Besswax 2-tc. LEATHEtt. Oak sole, 37(440c; hemlock, 27f5t)c per lb: harness, 36(iOc; skirtini;, 37i4flc: French calf, tillyGO (ier dozen ; domestic calf, t:45 per dozen. WOOL. Tubwashed,27'S:;jc; unwashed, 13(g 22c; burfy, lDidliiC. " BUTCES. Hard, $10 50; soft, $3 a thousand ; Cre back, tl(4 50 a hundred. LIME ASD CKMEST. Alabama lime, 95CSS1 a barrel; Tennesaee, small barrels. 85A90c; l-etiis-vilie cemeut.ll 7031 75 a barrel; Roscd.ile cement, tl 25a barral ; Portland, 5. Piaster Paris, S2 50. Live Kloctt Mitrtict. J. LaC:oix, of the MemphlB Stock Yard, 8ocoud stn-et, Chelsea, reports as follows: Cattle Smooth, fat oxen, weighing from 1000 to 1500 pounds, per pouud, SV.A-e: rough oxen and cows, iu good condition, fer pound, 2;-2 '::: iut heifers and cows, per pound, :lis:!;ac: choice vr iss cattle, 3'4lH,c ; fair to medium srass cattle, 3,'i-3 3;-4e: common grass ctitt'.e, lKSff. sh Sep Choice, per lb, 3V4e; medium, per lb, 3ii3i'.c; conimon, per head, lo,! .. LiiB Choke, ir head, $::y3 50; medium, $29 2 5U. Hogs Choice corn, per lb, '.6?io; medium, b ttc; common, 4(5-"c. Cows and Calves Milch cows with young calves, per head, $15ga5; yearlings, Ir head, $4 (!7. , The Horse and .Utile Market. MULES No. 1 dray mules, lu to 16. $1753?.'5: 15i to 16, $150,3175; 15 to 15, $.25150; 14 o 15, none iti market HORSES Good driving, $125(5200; heavy drift. none on the market: saddic liorses, ii-iuij; plugs, tlOjA."). ID I 1 r. L. 1. 1 1 J . .'I I II 1 NEW YORK. November 5. Flour heavy; snoer fbic'weflcin and $tate,' .l5'l-'i. W'hcot, K to c higher, eiosiiijf firui: irnt-ade'd red, $1 2-V5I 42y. Cvtlee quiet but steady; tjo, cargoes, quoted i,ia r"ic. eugarquiel nut nrm; tair to toou reijiun, uL.rixV.'av Molasses nlliet: New Orleans, liew crop, 75ceiil ; old crop. 3tK60, Rice quiet but steady. I ora Ollii alio uuiuuiai, bill iiif, iiii''! i , .w. Lard inactive; prime steam, H iWi3U.c, NEW OHLEANS, Novemlier 5. Com weak; mlxerl. 80c: prime yellow. Bio. Hay steady; prime nuoted et t'.S26: choice, $27. Pork quiet and weak at $17 SiK'jjjl. Bulk meats easier; shouldirs, pa-ked, 7e. Bieon shouldet hinhcr. Hific; Sugar easier; common, O'ae; yellow clarilied, 8v:t oil white clarified, O'-jc; choice wblie clarltied. 9 5-16c. Molasses active but lower; fair, 54c; prime, 5SS60c; strictly prime, 62g63c. 5 ijnrsviLLF. Xovember5. Flourstcady; extra, $5 BOSS '5; eahafeiTtiiy, $5 75'a; higher Rtadrs, t6 50 6 7o; choice tvui:i,i. ta i. rjeat easier, at Sm. f:orn easier :'N'o!.l2 white. 72e . No. '. mixed, CSe. Oats quiet; No. 2 white, 47ef No. t mixed, 4-a;. K;e ituet; o 2, SI 12. Pork and prime steam lard nominal, jiutk meats steady; shoulders, 9c; clear rib, K'ic; elear sides, :Aie. Bacon steady; shoulders, !.si clear rib, 10i; c'oar, ll'ic. Sugar-cured hams, 13&Uc. hisky teady, tlli CINCINNATI. Kov'enibcf ,-Kloor inll jt"d heav", family, ttt 20tao ); fiuicj, WhcAt aoJi, weftk and lower: No. 2 red winter o. fired, ll'ss." Coin i,renilar and lower; No. 2 mixed, 61fi2c. Oats tiiiet; No, 2 mled. 41( 41'c. Rye dull, 1 w. Hurley dun; wo. 'i law, 5113. Pork scarce, $18 50. Lard Inactive, 10.903 lie. Bulk meats iu fair demand; shoulders, 0',c; clear rib. 8t', Bacon scarce and linn; shoul ders: clear rib, lOJio; clear. 14:,c. Whisky heavy and lower. $11; combination sales of finished Soods of 445 barrels on a basis of $1 12. Butter ull. ST. LOUIS, November 5 Flour upper (trades about 10c lower. Wheat opened higher, declined, and closed with a partial recovery; No. 2 red, $1 31ifl 30 cash. 311-J Dect ml er, f 1 38 Janu nary, il 41 Februarv; sales ranged at 31 3S(al Sl December, SI 41'osl January, $1 41(31 40i Feb ruary; No. S red, tl. 24 1 -t; No. 4 red, fl 12'4 Conilower arid nnsettleii; MtS:tecai,h,iMc De cember, ;o Janusry, tl7(iol'jC'Februnr)-, tiTVjC May ; sales at 6B.(621",c, Decemfer,ivtis$rr2l ,c Jan uary, eViSoT'sC Mav. Oats lower, 4:t(j4c cash. 44 taW'ie riJeeinber, 4!5rJJc Muv. Rye quiet, '.tr(9 Whisky steady, SI l i. PoiU dull, jobbing. $17N. Dry salt meat. dull. Bacou dull and lower, $;',, 10.10, lOJiSlt'sC. Lard nominal. CHIt'AOJ, November 5. Flour dnll and holders anxious to realize. Wheat unsettled aud lower; No. 2 Oilcan spring, $1 i-'fr-. cash and Noveiuler. tl 2TV4 Deeeuiber, St 2-t sjr "A U January. Corn in fairdematnl but at lowcr'piiccV: ;.- e c.x-h and November, jtvjijC December, WJc Jauuarj-. iit'(s W'ic May. Oats dull, weslt and lower; 42&4-!l4c cash. 4'Jt-4c Novenilier, 4'.c Dtcemot-r and Janu tat9M7ic Mav. Rye dull, weak and lower, a;le. Barley dull, weak and lower, tl 05. Pork unsettled and active but weak and lower: Sift .r-0 cash, No vember, December, and year, 816 y"!-iai7 January. S17 la9l 20 February. Lard aciv. but weak and lower excited at times; 10.s.Ut.e cash and November, 10 :n)c December ltl.tj-ic the year, 11.02.S11.0.)C Januarj-, H.ltiJjll.lT'ii: February. Bulk meats dull aud prices a shade lower: slioul dets, 6!4c; short rib, 8.60c ; short clear, DC. Whisk) steady, fl 15. DRY HOODS. NEW YORK. November 5. kitton goods in steady deinaud and pricea temling upward: several makes of brown and bleached cottons were ad vanced to-day. Peiiuot wide sheetings and Stark ducks are marked up. Piiuts quiet. Woolen goo. Is in moderate demand and lirm. Foreign gOids quic4-aiid steady. KUWAltD. $500 Iteward. WE will tin 7 tha e-iPTS reward for ar.v case oi Liver Compluiul.'TDysVeDia, blk Ueadache. Indl- . gestion, Constipation or CosuyeuesS we cannot cure wiin vest s egeiatie l-tver nils, w:ien tne r irec- awiiD a.vauii:,!, vvuimini mua. a uci ate tutnii Vegetable, ami navar fail to give satisfaction. Sugar-cnated. Large boacai. containing 8e pi is, 26 cents, jror sale by alt arutrgista. iaeware ot coun terfeit and imitation. The genuine manufac tured only by JOHN C. WEST CO., "The Pill Makers." lsl and 183 W. Madison street, Chicago Free trial package sent by mall, prepaid cn re oelpt of a t-cent stamp. For sale by A. Renkert, Main afwi. MATnrtni. UEIaTIXU. J. H. COFFIN & CO. WHOLESALE Coal Oil Jilfiseed, Lard, Labricating kud Ma chinery Oils, Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS FOR New York Belting and racking Ct Enuidard Rubber Belting and Packing. J. 11. Hojt & t'c's Kiandard Leather Belting, Shults Rawhide Leather Belting;, Rawhide Lace Leather. SlAiyilJjA & SISAL ROPE, Qakuni, ttlcjij CooJ-Tar, Pine-Tar aud Rosin, Tackle Blocks. PORT OF MEMPHIS. STEAHER LEAV1SO TO-atAT. Vicksburg.... 8t. Louis ...Gold Dost, McCord, 10 a.m. ...GnasD Tower, Carvell, 10 a.m. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Fiiars Point James Lxi, Lee, 5 p.m. Arkansas CUy....DEA! Adas, Cheek, 5 p.m. Osceola Coahoma. Cooper, S p.m. St. Louis. Citt of Hcuai, Calvert, 5 p.m. Cincinnati.... ..Golden Ckows, Shinkle, 5 p.m. WILL LEAVE A3 ADVEETIBED. St Francis River.MiKE D.vvts, Tuesday, b p.m. Vicksburg City of PitoviDEXcE.Tues., 10 a.m. White River. Habd Cash. Wednesday, 5 p.m. Arkansas River. Minus Speed. Wednesday, 5p.m. NO V ETt I' NTS AT Till E. Arrival. Rene lliirreade, Helena : Common wealth, St. Louis; Gold Dust, Hi. Louis; John A. Scudder; St. Louis; Mike Davis, St. Francis river. . Departures. Bene M.tcreidy, Helena; Jostc Hurry, White river; Katie Hooper. A rkausas river; John A. VcuddT. New Orlcuus; Tiger, Cotton wood Point: Commonwealth, SL Louis. ViWii tit Port. Geld Dust auu Mike Dais. Jtoais Due Down. Coahoma and City of Helena. ltvals ' I n. James Lee, D-.au Adams, Grand Tower, Rene Macready, Goldeu Itule aud City of Vicksburg. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Gold Dust 100 boxes crackers. Mite Davis brought out of St. Francis river 218 bales cotton, 296 sacks seed, 19 pkgs sundries. Kene Macreadv 101 bales cotton, 5 bags seed cotton. 366 sacks seed, 10 bhds cocoanuut and 19 pkgs merchandise. Commonwealth 416 dry barrels, 236 bales hay, 595 sack3 potatoes, bOl sacks oats, 184 sacks corn, 5s5 pkgs lard, 39 tcs hams, 25 brls pigs feet, 105 bales cotton, 2i bags seed-cotton, 1453 pkgs mer chandise. HIVF.lt CIIROMCI.ES. Kiver 16 leet 8 iuchea stationary. The local packets cleared last evening with faif trips. lleceipta by river yesterday, 370 bales cot ton, 29 bugs seed-cotton and 062 sacks seed. The Marlin Speed, Captain J. J. Dnrragb, la the Wednesday packet for Arkansas river. The Mike Davis, Captain O.K. Joplin, goes out Tuesday evening for St. Francis river. The Josie Harry departed last evening for White river with a good trip of freight and passen gers. The Charles P. Chouteau left Helena Thursday evening for New Orleans with 1900 bales cotton. The Louisville Courier-Journal calls the two new Anchor-line boats recently built at Jef fersouvii'.e "the twins." The Commonwealth arrived yesterday morning with SCt'd packages freight for this port, aud returned again last evening. The Kingfisher recently made a trip to Kingston with freight from Chattanooga, the first boat appearing there for a long while. ' The Gold DuHt, Captain J. T. McCord, is the Anchor-line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. II. Dietrich is her Clark. The City of Helena, Captain Flem Cal vert, is the Anchor-line packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo aud St. Louis. George Walton s her clerk. The Coahoma, Captain Henry Cooper, is lite packet atouutiy evening at o o clock foroaceola i:ud the up)cr bends. Wm. Smithex and John Haley are tier cle; ks. ,.ulj ,ile Upcr bends. The Grand Tower, Captain George Car- veil, is the Anchor-line packet this morning at 10 morning at 10 Thomas White o clock lor Cairo and bi. ixiuis. and John Crane are her clerks. The John A. Scudder, from St. Louis, passed down last night for New Orleans with 1-2U0 t u freight aud a good vutsenger list. She added berth baii-s cotton and 20 tona sundries. The Josie Harry will soon do business tin der the glare of electric lights, Captain Harry buy ing the mathine'V, etc., nut up this trip, which wiil be completed by the time she returns. The elegant passenger packet Golden Ktue, Ciptnin u. r. MiinKie, wm pass up Monday evening at 5 o'clock ior Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. Albert Shinkle presides in her oft ice. The James Let. Captain Stack L?e on deck, is the packet Monday evening at ft o'clock fur Helena. Friars Point mid nil way landings. jujoya w Diiiow is ner cienc, tu&istea by 1'iatl ituoadis end Archur Brown. The Dem Adamn, Captain Mark R. Cheek on the roof, is the United States packet Monday cvouirf at 5 o'clock for Arkn:;s -s City aud all way lauding. A. L. Cummins is her attentive clerk, asiate4 by Lee Cunimini and Lew rami on. On Sunday l.ut the body of a niao, appa rently about forty-live years of rg was found noaiiiif? in tne river jusi neiow Arkansas city Krom papers iound upuu the body, it auiears the nan'eof the deceased wrji James iberity. of Mis- hisM;i- The verdict ci the inquest was "acciUeu tU drowning.' Tlie Vickrtburfr Commercial is informed that, in the event the Whaifbott and Elevator company does not place one of their wharf boats at the ol'l steamboat landing in front of that city, during the h'eh water, there wilt be one placed there by the merchant. The demand's of the busi- ness .merest oi tiie city geueraHy arc of t-uch a nature end of m much iinportttuc. that it is a matter of ncce-'.isity that there bhould be a boat at tne tuuatr.g. Vickeburx IleruIJ, Friday: "The Leflore. arririnc here last niuht, brought the news of the sinking of the hxht-draft hteauier General Allies, which occuti'U eilnesiluy morutng at fcvpt Landing, ia Yazoo river, blie was heavily laden with cotton-seen. 1 he boat, we believe, was run by lieu be :i rank, iirst. in the interest of Joseph Brothers' hitlehonsc, and latterly in the cotton seed tr-tdc. We undrMaud there was no insur ance on her." The an'aghoat Mscombcama in from helow night before la.-1, and reports a splendid list of worit none. 1 he uic-t imiKirtant was the cleanlier out of tlie chutes at Inlands a, 00, 67 and , and at Fresi e.-1 s Island; remmid uinety-mlit snaes. cut 711 trees and removel a number of troubie- txiiiic driiE-piles. She left for the upper river, be tween here ftid Cairo, yesterday eveuing, U Ci-a- uiiiic tiie wont. Cipitim cay ton is Incuargecf the boat and the wotk a good man in the right plaoe. MnjorC K. Siiter, I'mtel States engineer, is supervising the river improvements, and has won the ood opinion of the river people. A KantM City special to the S. Louis Re- liWHicau, uaien roven-.'-er -i-i, savs: "i ue Key West came to Fori Bu ford, at the month of the YelloM.-t-.-nc, the place whore Siiiinc BiillanJ his people are. There the crew jumped the boat . that ia, they struck, l lien the luciaus were em id ;yed to unloaitl the &tuimcr. About twelve Ducts unu as Many squaws wtre put to wora. bit ling Bull aeled . mute, directing his people in thtir work, while the two mates of xhe boat sur-rendt-red the deck to the du ky chief and rtood by looking on at what was being done. Bitting Bull nukes a more mild-mannered mate than the average of those that run the Missouri and Missis sippi rivers. The t K. Peck left the foot of Dela ware street for St, Lou iii at 1 o'clock this after noon." The Jackson HVun.) Tribune, ot lat week, ays: "Captain John Smith aud Messrs. D. 6. La- ceyand F. II. Mayo Ppeut two davs recentlv with twe've hands, in testing the work of e'eaning out Forkc-d Deer river. In the two davs they worked they cleaned o-r two ml-es below" Mef:)annahan's bridw, opening the way as they went so that a Mnall steamboat could have followed them with safety. The co. t of the work done was light, and the work easily accomplished Captain Handle, of Memp is, an old river man, came opto examine the river ior his own gratification. He was pleased with the work, and astonished at the depth and volume of watvr in the river, and expressed him self a.s confident that the Jackson and Memphis navigation enterprise was entirely practicable. The enmpyuy recently received a proposition from Caiitcbx j. V. McClurir. of JeHerson t.itv. Mis souri, ' who is rimming a Hgiit boat on tho Osage river, to 'couie dou and ridviijate lhef.oTkt.fl KITEM 47,0 WU'tUEH. Orrn.S SlBMALSaTKTlo D. S. A. litaru.s, November 5. ls(l. lue loUowinj observations are taken at the same moment of time at all the stations named : Above tow Changes. water. Rise Fall Feet. Inche.- loches. inches. W 10 10 6 17 1( 1 IS .......... J) ' 'is ""f" ;; ;;; -jf i 7 a a r, e .18 9 .. 1 8 4 1 4 10 6 1 15 24 7 2 i; i Cairo C.iniinncti Davenport Dubuque Helena Keoku's Leavenworth. . Little Rook.... Louis vllle Hrinrtltls ... Nashville Kew Orleans.. Pittsburg Shreveport at. i""ts VickstniFg METEOUOI.OtilCAla ftKPORf, "Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. 6:08 a.m. 2:os p.m. S0.072 30. 0S ).162 M til Cloudy. ran. Fair. 10:0 p.m. Maximum thermometer, ti.". Minimum thermometer. &0. BY TELEGRAPH. War Dep't. U. 8. Abmt, Siosal Skbvici, 1 Saturday. November ii, lssl. 10 p,m. j t'laoe t.I I Observation . v; DireC. iud. VYeath Bar. IThcr.l l?orce.p er. Chattanooga.. :'A .22 lialveston ! iV.Sti 49 (.2 mO Calm. E. N.ji. . Calm. Calm. Indianola ; u:t Louisville 30.0"" Memphis :I0.16 Nashville S0.19 New Orleans.l Shreveport.... 30.03 Vieksbttn; 1 ;io.I5 Little Rock... Port Eads t .lo.ft") "w." S.E. r. Cloudy Jcioudy 'f-aif ? . Cloudy 70 NASHVILLE, November ft. River stationary, with S feet by the gauge. WHEELING, November 5. River 4 feet 3 inches, and stationary . Weather cloudy and cool. NEW ORLEANS, November 5. Weather rain ing; thermometer tti '. No arrivals. Departed: Annie P.Silver, St. Louis. VICKSBURG. November 5. Weather cloudy: thermometer 6". River risen 1 inch, and now stands 23 feet 6 inches by the gauge. Up: City of Vit ksburg, 11 a.m. No boats down. PITTSBURG, November 5. Noon River 1 foot 6 inches on the gauge, and falling. Weather cloudy and mild. Night River 1 foot 10 inches on the gauge, aud falling. Weather clear and pleasant, EVANSVTLLE, November 5. Noon River fall ing, with 3 feetrt inches on the gauge. Weather clear and cool. Ntttht River falling, with 3 feet 8 inches on the gauge. Weather clear and pleas ant; thermometer 6 ' . LOUISVILLE, November 5. Noon River rising, with 5 feet in the canal, and i feet in the chute on the falls. Weather clear and pleasant. Night River rising, wi'.h 5 feet 4 inches in the canal, and s feet 4 inches in the chute on the falls. Bui iness good. Weather clear and pleasant. CAIRO, November s.Koon Weather c'tar and cool. Arrived: Ciry rjf Alton, New Orleans; midnight. Departed: City of Alton, St. Louir, lam- future 1 'itv- Vu. 1 t,...nu II - ... X-: . -, . t River 23 feet, I1U rising. Weather clear; ther. mometer flu-'. Arrived ed: Beie I'pookt, Ohio, 1 p.m. aphis, 2 p.m.; City of Helena aie. tienevievo. Aieiupuis j p.m. ; t. lly ot Helena. St. Louis. 5 p.m. Departed. Belle Crooks, south. 2 p.m.; Sic. Genevieve, St. Louis, 3 p.m. CINCINNATI, November t. Noon River 11 feet, and rialng. Weather vlear aud pleasant. Arrived: Golden Crown, New Orleans. Navigation to lower points has been resumed. Tho ilitry Houston leaves for New Orleans to-night, Kate Kinuey Monday, Thomas Sherlock Wednesday and R. R. Springer Saturday: the James W. UarT leaves for Memphis to-night anil the Cons Millar Wednesday. Night River li feet t -ncn, and rtMng. Weather clear aud pleasant. Departed: James W. Gall', Memphis; Mary Houston, New Orleans. OV CHESTS OF (K'KAS STEAMERS. NEW ORLEANS. November . Cleared: Lone Star, New York; E. B. Ward, jr., Bcliie. LONDON. November 5. Arrlved ont: Persian Monarch, DttRuyter, Republic and Labrador, New York. NEW YORK. November 5. Arrived: Elbe. Bremen: hriitatiie and City of Montreal, Liver pool; Slate of Geonjia. oiaseo v. . . KOILUK-M AHEKS. Robert Lewis, Daniel Shea, F. McCarty. R. LEWIS & CO. n"7!7lBOILER MAKERS Copper and Sheetiron Work AKD CONTRACTOBS. All work done promptly, day or night. Tnrmaeaai,. hop, danis Street, near rlyer, Memphis. aa?UJianua, NO, fl SECOND ST. SniRTS. SHIRTS UNDERWEAR Made to Measure! 1SL THE SHIRT TAILOR, 269 1-2 Main, Opp. Court Square Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Warranted. Material and Make the Best May's Medicated Flannel Underwear Prevents Chills and Rheumatism. The Flnent and Largest Stock of Gents' Fnrnlaoluffs in the South, AT LOWEST PRICES. No. 369) Main Street, Opp. Court Square COTTON-HEED Oil,. COTTON-SEED OIL -FOB- Cooking Purposes TUB MEMPHIS OIL COMPANY TS NOW PRE Pared to supply MERCHANTS wi'.h New Cotton-seed Oil REFINED expressly for family use Guaranteed to be choice. MEMPHI8 OIL CO.. foot Poplarst. BIROS. BIRD STORE AND Wl REWORKS NO. ail MAIJf 8TBEET. Just received my first supply of the Season, a large lot of those line Ilariz Mountain Can ar lets In full song, whieh will be sold at the Lowest Mar ket Price. Orders by mall promptly and satisfac torily tilled. Iu stock a fully supply of BIRD CAGES of EVKKT OK.K'UIPTIO Jf, Winter Grasses, Hanging Baskets, Vases, Pot tery, Shells of Every Description. Agency of the Celebrated DETROIT STEEL DOOR, FRAME AND JAMB SAFES. tta. Telephone your Orders.aEw CHARLES J. SCIIEIIEE, PROP'K. MISCEIalaAXEOFS. COTTON CARDING&SPINNING arbinery fORStlE. Complete sys tem (now runnine) comnrialnir Kitson Oneuer. Kitson Spreader. 12 Worker ft StriDoer Cards. 30 inches; 2 Drawing Frame.. Iluruings's Siubber, ol spindles: Providence M Co. Slubber. SO spiudles; 2 lliggins's Speeders, 112 spiiKlles each ; Providence Speeder, 152 spindles; 29 Ring Spinning Frames, 4-76 spinuics; tteeis, warp Mills, spoolers, etc. Wiil be sold in lout to suit Dur. hascrs. Address JOHN W. DIVINE, Thompson Si Division sis., Phila. Soda Water Bottling Apparatus CONSISTING of Generator, Fonutains, Bottle boxes, aud all the additional attachments. Also, one KY PHON-FlLLINti MACHINE. wiUi Spyhous aud one Counter Dispensing Apparatus. r or prices ana iuriner luiormauon address iiL,.Mtt at uoiumous, Miss. MISSISSIPPI & TESXESSEE E. R. CO. STOK HOLDERS' MEETING. rrtHE Annnal Meeting of the Stockholders of the J Miss, and Tenn. R. R, Co. wiil be held at SAKUIS, Panola county. Miss., On vYedoeatlay, November 33, 188J, at which time Directors will be elected for the en- snlng year. 9. H. LAMB, Secretary Civil and Mining Engineering n the University of Vlrstlfsisu Full courses In these departments by a siaIT of six Professors. neNion open tart. ist. r. i. universuv of vinnnia. IKPERISIIAISSaCa PEBFrME IMPERISHABLE PERFUME. Murray & Lanman's FLORIDA VATER. Best for TOILET. BATH. and SICK ROOM. EDFCATHKXA la. BAYARD TAYLOR, Poef and Trav eler, said: " I take great pleasure in recommend- : to parents the Academy of Mr. bwlthin C. Shortlldgo." Hon. FF.RNAKOO WOOD, M.C., said (18S0): " I cheerfully consent to the use of my name as reference. My bovs will return to you (for their fourth year) alter their vacation." For new illustrated circular address SWITHIN C. 8HORTL1DGE, A.M., Harvard University Grad uate, MEDIA. PA.. 12 miles from Philadelphia. CECIUAN COLLEGE. CECILIA P. II art! in Co., Kjr. Board, etc., J0 weeks, club rate. $H0. Send for oataloitrtie. Miss Higbee's School TOPP PLACE, Beetle and Landerdale Streets, Hemptala. CLASSES RESUMED ON MONDAY, SEPT. 12. lssi. Location eminently snited to school purposes, and situation retired; house commodi ous, pleasure-grounds extensive. Every facility otfered for thorough culture in English Branches, Languages, Music and Art. French and German taught by native teachers. Boarding pupils re ceived in the family of thePriucioaL Cahaularg at toe boo km ores. BELIaT.VCE HIGH SCHOOL BEDFORD COUNT, V1KGISTIA, On Norfolk and Western R. B-, 15 miles west of Lynchburg. Young men and boys prepared for university or for business. Beautiful and healthy location. Able corps of teachers; thorough in struction. Liberal provision for tlie accommoda tion and comfort of students. For catalogues con taining information, address W. B. ABI10T, Principal, Bellevue P. P.. Vs. Christian Brothers' COLLEGE, No. 282 Adams street, Memphis. THIS Institution aBcmt.as.pW tsKaa io& UjOv ougli Ciassiuul, BCientnlc and Commercial Education. Studies wilh be resumed MONDAY, Septembers, 181. For Board. Tuition, Music, etc, apply to BROTHER MAUREL1AN, President. FEMALE SEMUVARY, STAUNTOX, VIRGINIA. MIS3 MARY J. BALDWIN, Prihcipal. Opens September 1, 18JL H?':?' Jura lss2- THIS institution conu'nncs to increase in pros perity from year to year. It offers superior ad vantages in location; in its buildings and grounds; in its general appointments and sanitary arrange ments; iu full corps of stiperiorand experienced teaeners; lis unsurpasseu auvauiage in atusic. Modern Language. Elocution. Kino Arts. Physical Culture, and instruction in the Theory and Prac tice of Cooking; the successful efforts made to secure health, comfort and happiness; Its opposi tion to extravagance; its stanaara oi son a scnoi arshlp. For full particulars, apply to the Principal or uatatogties. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Administrator'. (Sale Valuable Farming; aaasnuaa. BY virtue of a derree from the Honorable Chan cery Court ol Desoto county. Miss.. I will, on Monday, the S.tl of ler-n,bar. 1SMI. at the cour;hou9 door at Hernando. Desoto coun ty. Miss., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, the following described lands, situated in Desoto county. Miss., to-wit : ah less a acres o. sec. 9, town. 2, range 8 38 acres. N W H of setv 16, town. 2, range 8160 acres. East part NW H of sec. 17, town. 2. range 890 acres East i of sec. 26, town. 2, range 10320 acres. All of sec. town. 2, range 10640 acre. SW ! of see. t, towd. J, range 10 loo acres. All of sec. 1.1, town. 2, range 10640 acres. All these lands being valuable, and those in range 10 situated in the Mississippi Bottom, with a fair proportion of cleared land, good improvements and plenty of valuable timber. Terms One half cash, note payable In twelve months, with approved security, bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sale, and lien retained for balance. Oct. 25, 1SS1. M NAIL, Adm'r estate G. L. Blvthe. dee'd. LOTTERY. The LITTLE HAVANA COMPANY OK Supplement to Rayal Havana Lotterj Takes Flare Oct. soih: How. 41th, Not. ' 19tb f Bee. Oth, isttl. NEW SCHEME 23,O0O Tirketa only 8a earh-iKKO lriaea V.n. Currency) M,4tH. Dedrinc to neet the very general demand for Low-pricajd Tickets, we have devised a Sunplemen tarf Serins of Prizes, based upon the Keguiar Draw ing 01 the soyai Havana cottery, uo amount ol raxes in wnicn are as tonows: 1 Grand Prise .1 8.000 . l,.r00 . 750 fioO 600 .. 2.100 1 Grand Print... 1 Grand Prise . 2 Prises of 1300 each .. . 4 PrUe of 150 each , . . TO Prlae of 80 each COO Prises of 10 each..... 2300 Prise of 2 each ... 9 Approximations, of S30 each, to the 8 remaining units of same 10 as the one drawing fee !(! 1 Approximations, of IA) each, to the i number preceding and following the on. drawing fUiUu.. .. . 6.0C0 4.0J0 370 2190 Prisea.. TT. B. Currency... t24,4fia Th. Tickets in the Supplement are sold at a urn form price. ' . Wkalea, tt Halves, 91. Prises paid In full In TJnlVed SUIca tnrnsncy int. aidlauily on presentation of ticket. Vorinforma MEKCIIAMT TAILORS. Slager & Goldbaum, FASHIONABLE Merchant Tailors, S. W. Cor. Jefferson and Second Streets. WE have received our Fall and "Winter Stack of IniBorted baoda. which for Style, Material and Price, cannot be excelled. Gen tlemen will find it to their Interest to examine our l.rge assortment before placimr orders elsewher. MKDICOrJX. i'lfnk nil Chmnln Tti-MajiM. a,nr . ..iIa.. al reputation tnroiiKhtb-aciriuso"oopliratcr.9eA IN DISC ggTjON .nrE X P j S VR E action of the blood, skin or tvorir, trei!.ud wtth roo ofltu, tnthont uaiort Mercur'er l'oisnnous Medirines. YOKNC (V? EN woarsalT-ringfronitheetfert St huhw 1 m si n il of a liaz: that untits its v fciin far hi-;inrta or marTtatz?, istrmtuirar ly crjrwl, Aimil.ISSaSIa9 KtM'K pcrtouat conia.tnou i) ijrelcrrcd, wliitli ta 7ZtB ud in "it 1. List of ucCiou to be aia-twcretl br phttet.u dtmrlBC trtat awirBt muled free to art"? ailJreu oa Artliraliin. m rwtwem mumrnnf irum iuiarm utjaic wmmn tnoir moai i.s,w im4 Irsn omrUiing' to their Mb Mala. UtPMtalmkf sm-notjir-tiHiiit tncuf rocticeuiiai, aixiinouid bo swnmmm lift. UlTTS, IB NnHh Hi h (St. Itnlo. M. POSITIVE CUKE FOR PILES. Sold by all druggists. Means Swift's 8. Kpecllle, which has never been known to fail to core any case, no matter In what stage or how long standing. It Is as lot name Implies, a warranted Specific for Syphilis, Mercu rial Rheumatism and all Blood Poison. If you are skeptical about this and hesitate to invest your money In it, we will take your case on the no ours, aao vay pian. Swift's S. Specific is entirely vegeta ble, and no harm eaa result from Its use. Bend for copy of " The Young Man's Friend," THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Draw S, Atlanta, Oa. rer Ssle by all druggists. STARTLING O DBSCOVERY! LOSt MANHOOD RESTORED. A viotim of youthful imprudence causing Pre ma tar Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc, having tried in vain every known remedy, has dts ... . - simple self cure, which he will send FRKI Uow-Bufferers, address J. B. KEEVEaW 3:rlVaiha.m t.. S. Y PRESCRIPTION FREE For the pxi Cure of Kvrvou WkneM, Lost Vitality, Prematare Debility, broucbt oa by ludiocretion and Ex- cestwii. DnigKitiU nave toe mgreUients. bant in pi sua Sled Envelope. AMrct i ni. si AVjLba, ij weai ttDt.. mncinnmi, u. FOR AGUE, CHILLS, FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL ATTACKS, USE OR. LESLIE'S QUININE WINE A PREVENTIVE. AND SURE CURE. . PLEASANT TO TAKE. KECOSllKSDEtt BY ALL PIMSHTAXS. A SPLENDID NERVE TONIC. THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN FOR Krvnn oral! kinds, Joss of Aipetite. 1t- Mi(ia. jnuiKcsiioii auu .en?rui AMtiitr la wme-iHiiin'i, ji.tfu miu Ank fcrlt. nt 1 rui.'iiu. PratnftHi by ;L01iK ( HKM1CAL U- ntral Ktrtt, ItoMott. Quickly and Permanently mm Dr.Stnson 's AsthmaRsmedy is nneqnaled as a positive 1 Alterative and Cure for Asthma andDycpepsia, m.nA .11 their attendant evils. It does not merely anoru temporary reuet, out ibb i.ni i.....,, i.. .. . . Mrs. B. F. Lee. of Belmora)p., says of It : " lam surprised at the speedy effecU'slyoor remedy. It is the Hrst medicine in six years rVit Art footmen my eounh and made expectoration easy. I now sleep ail r.ioht without cnuohina." If your druggist does DOS keep It, send for treatise and teMlmonlals to H. H mrmSe V o.v S53 .Uroad-vavj, Sew Trk C A who ara tnmf.eo with Ba rA ttssT I Si. O (Flo, jn or VVhrtrt; ahocU ttoa (at siM.HkWHi Prot IlMrrlPaniphlcrti.lll'iN'Uee TlcUon. The pmui.t.lct h ajut4 to kpv Uij Tt 6elt calc hftth, Leiac a (iHtrt-arhlr pa.:icvI Ireitiw oa t'mditraM AeotFr-o. MABKtS RtKECt M -ft. BE. BUTTS' EttUitiicd 18i7 at 12 IT. 8th Sticat, CT. W-T3, XX pHE Phyftk-Una 'm eharr of tfcit alff od well aim fen J tittioo are regular uraAlttatca ia mctucino Mvl mrrory. Vt thrir tkto ud abti.ty to ouch iopTr5r to tSat of tim enfUurj prct)Uoor. tlirt they bav sctjuiml Bttooi tymk IHDISCRETIONor EXPOSURE ViaUiJio u-ill-s bouorriira, UlrU, btririw. , Orfilita'i a.1 rrlMrv Troublr wtd SyphlUUc or MtrtwUI BXroctwa- of th tHPMt,' -U or atoort, tr.aled with MaeccaW, OB wontifcc pri cipirs, wiihuut ui;o Mrrritry or otber folooaoaa Mofttginw. li fl I -- ferir.r from the floct?of tMrtor tnu or r.mJ HrttkoMo, the irooll of Mtf-ftboa. lo Tooth r iteo la maiorod mn, are permanently ecrroj. Tftlo ue prodoeeorse of tti fcMo'Tinr efleetisjmbjrtoD, bktchM. ftxtinoM, ocrvouancta, dranea of aitrhl, to'fc, adifaoiiofc, anMrtAflotk, dcsjaoutic'rc, ronf.iaiorj tM kleaft, veruoo Is mm iteiy, detective wiorr,' ttxil ftiMljcia. itopcloory ar to of man'c rizor, wht!mo(:ti the wtsmaim W !ialne or il M i ft'. PAflENTS TPPTcn kv aji d IwiauiiAl tti.TbllllK-p ia (4.,.:, t'd BsWs d. List of quesliooa to be ant werefe M MtfeiiU goaWti4 umm m PotTMMM nrlrj iroca Koiiuro mmn nm lanrwnirai, and ieora aoatHllaf lo ihrlr a.:.uilac. Uln4trw4 ComrnaDrcatiori tnctly coofi-itntUI. id ahiold be dJrmo AO. BUTTS, a North Hlh Su, U LowK Ma, NERVOUS DEBILITY. A CUBE GUARANTEED. DR. E. C West's Nebvk akd BBAntTREA'nrrjrT A specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental netrrssion, ixms oi Memory, Spermatorrhea, lmpotcncy. Involuntary Emissions, Premature Old Age, caused by over exertion, self-abuse or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay and dem. uni hi will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dollar a box, or six boxes for five dollars; sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received by us for 6ix boxes, accompa nied with five dollars, we will send the purchase! our written guarantee to return the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guarantees is sued only by A. RENKERT A CO.. Wholesale and Retail Druggists. 215 Main street, Memphis, Tna Orders by mail will reeive vromnt attention. Preparr-d tronicsl fruits acd plants. V (Tropic-Fruit Laxative Is an elegant and refreshing fruit lozenge, which serves the pur-V pose of pills and the usual time-worn cathartic medicines. It cures Constipation, Bil- I iousness, Headache, Indisposition, Tiles, and all kindred ailments. Extracts from Newspaper Opinions. " It does its work well and quickly, leaving no. deleterious ttfler effects, but bringing In their Cter.d refreshing sntisfnt'tion, lively Klrtitt, mid A clear head." Chicago Tribune. " A pleasuni. coiireclioti, which childhood will be frlad to receive, but whose properties are CC-lnln ol mi elTeot." t'lnrinnati (xmette. " lu no sense a quack medicine, for already it is prescribed by leading physicians." it loin's Globe'Democrat. "It produces no griping, nets easily and naturally, and is pleasant to the ti'y." ektcaa Journal. " ( 'ertninly no medical discovery of Lite years can equal It in value to the human race." ClMinr.ati Commercial. -.'.' ' ' " A pprciated by those who have occasion to use It, and prescribed by leading physicians," Cleveland Leader. : ' ' ' . 'The mildtwt and rpest cfueierit npericnt we ever nsed." Ciarinsatf A. 0, If. W. Bulletin. " It btvs bei-tt i ned ft .r cost rveness by persons connected with this otH.ce, aud found to work liKO il rhfirui.." '7(vre itunte Express. ..... It ia now in nnivcrsHl uscautl, lias a, ((eruttiid almost unequalled In the drug business. ' Chattanooga Tititrs. " rjcldonf, if ever bcfc?i 'vvs nny reined- grown so rapidly In publlo favor." Chicago Inter' Ocean v It is pli-lfjmt to commend n ineilicine v really meritorious." Baltimore BaUimarean. " A positive antl plcus:mt remedy rtiroonsttpatlon.etc." Peoria (Ills.) Transcript. For liidtos ud etiiltlren. it is spet-ittlly tidttptetl, liuving none of Uie disagreeable form and botto of h ii i I or itowtler." Mure Line Herald. Joptin, Mo. "One of Its plensntit ftviturcs is tlmt it coiittdns no mercury or deleterious snlistattOd lu any form." Keokuk Iowa) Hate City. " We checrfu'ly recoiiimentl it." Drailtrotd DtftolalB'xiiS Kills Htmter, ' A pleiistint c ire for citstivencw nnt its t:otu.iiV ills,11 t-'ttfro Ills.) Bulletin. "The lozent'es tin as idntnls. tit.'tt iiieat fruit. t'oro (rejroa) Eramiaer. "io lustre cmcioiit lit ll& itetion tiinn the nuuseous caehartics which make martyrs of lad! 3 0!ld children." isp. frnticiJm Netes Letter. " .May lie relied ipon n n most harmless ninl effective tniHlicinc." Son Jose (Cat.) Mercury. " We' liespctik ftr Tropic-Fruit laixutivc u world-wide fume and sale." Sew For Cosvarrrta Btf V. S. Exporter. Tropic-Fruit Laxative la SOtP BV Lt DRUGGISTS. Price, 35 and 60 Cts. Per Box., R. L COCHRAN & SAW AND PlaANINO DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, HOLDING, LUMBER Lath md Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, and Cedar Posts, Memnblfl - - - - - - Tr-.-r---- - J. T. FARGASON & CG. Wholesale CJItOCJEIJS Swtf Vront street, Cotton Factors and 190 Gravler street, Kew Orleans, La. Cotton eonitliB'BwSl to an At M emphln or Hiyr OrleaDM will hav nroniyt 4Mi earffvl attention. We constantly cairy alargr and carefully atilected stock btmple ana Fancy Grooerim, Winaa Liquors, Tobacco and Cifarn at iMKMPHIS, and will kH m low aa the lowest. We carry no Mock t WwW 4Ti-ia. hut for mrtirtsx who f1flr it. will make J. C ATeely. H. II. BROOKS. NEELY & CO WHOLESALE (Brocers.Cotto; 40 Aim oonmssioif meix Jfoe 367 -Front rreet, rrHEKlAKEItst. UNDERTAKERS! 320 Main Street Memphis. TUF-IAL ROBES AND OOFFTN HARDWAR1 Orders by telerDhproniDt!v filled. and rav hipped C, O.D. H. A. THOMS, UNDERTAKEB, 209 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENS. KEEPS on hand a full stock of Coffins, Burial Robes. Etc- Orders nj-omntly filled. J. FLAHERTY & CO. UNDERTAKERS! 317 and 318 SECOND, MEMPHIS. A FTT.L ASSORT MENT OF METALIC CASK ET8 and CASES alwa. on hand; also awuva .11 vi a ntumiuga, .Orders by telegraph will receive our prompt tlon. All good shipped O. O. D IXSFItANCE. Nortli British AKD Mercantile Ins. Co. (72 years old). Invested and CASH Fire Aaset8...89,47.178 64 Total Liabilities.............. 2,642,S44 SO SET F1KK SVItPLrM 0,054,224 2S Or. 33. RAIIVB a-scxit, OFFICE WITH Planters Insurance Comp'y of Memphis, 41 MADISON STREET. C. B. WELLFORD. TH08. WELLFORD. C. B. WELLFORD & CO. GENERAL Insurance Agents, Ve. S Bfadlson street, Oppoalt. Cotton Exehsngs, Menspbia GIN HOUSES AND COUNTRY STORES in sured at lowest rate. J.J. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHY MURPHY & MURPHY, General Insurance Agents, Ko. 6 Madison Street, ADJOINING COTTON EXCHA'KGB, Memphis, TeniiettMee. sasrOnly the best companies. Olnhouses and Cotintrv Htotw. a iroeclaltv. rUBIalCATIOXS. MARY J. HOLMES. T Just published : KfsMl.llne. A splendid new novel by Mrs. Mary J. Holmes, whose novels Bell so enormously, and are read and re-read with such interest. Beautifully bound, price 11. SO. "a" Also handsome new editions of Mrs. Holmes' other works Tempest and Sunshine Lena Riv ersEdith Lyle Edna Browning Marian Grey West Lawn Forest House etc., etc ALSO, SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS: MAY AGNES FLEMING. A ('hangetl Heart. Another intensely inter esuug new novel Dy May Agnes r icmtng. autnorol those capital novels Guy Earlscourt s Wife A Wonderful Woman Mad Marriane Silent and True Lost ior a Woman etc Beautifully bound, price tl SO. . O. W. CA RI.ETOX A Co.. Publishers. N. Y. City Andrews's Mississippi Digest SUPPLEMENT TQ GEORGE'S DIGEST NOW ready lor delivery. Price, by .mail, $10 50. Send orders, with cash, to EVRI;H A CO.. Jackson. Miss. PI.FMBEKS. J. W. X. BROWNE, PLU Gas, Pipes, Water Pipes, Sewer Pipes, Lead Pipes, Pliunbera' Brass Work, Plumbers' Iron Goods, Gas Fixtures and Fittings Good Work. Low Prices. 1 Wind Mills for Pumping. Telephone Orders to BROWNE, the PLUMBER 40 BIadiMn St., Memphis. MBS A WHOLESOME CURATIVE. Needed in Every Family. acts gently, effectively, and is delicious to take. Cleansing the system thoroughly, it imparts vigor to mituiaud body j ami dispels fj.lanchply. Hypochondria, etc." ' A Single Trial Convinces. - O apw m MILL, NATT YARD. & COTTOX FACTOOS Memplils, Teimewtee, AND Commission Merchants, oumba i in that marke Brooks. II. 91. IWeely. - K. I.. WAI.EEB. WAiKIl'SSOfJS&Gi oo TTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 3TO. 276 Front Street, iear Cotton Exoli&xige, - - - - - Memphis, Tennessee. a-I,tlyrwl sdvssw. mart an Cotton rnsnisrfnsmM.'m luaby. "WHOIaESAIaE GROCERS AND No. 274 Front Street, Memphis. Handling of Cotton a Specialty. Liberal Cash Advances Hade on Consignment's A. B..BOYD. atlaSTOB A. M. BOITD & SONS COTTON FACTORS, Ko. 264 front street, corner Court, Memphis. A. . UTIEMOKE, President. TH III Livermore Foiiif and Made Co NOS. 160 to 174 ADAMS STREET, MEMPHIS. COTTON PRESSES AND COTTON GDIS, Segments and Pinions ior Gin Gearing. Engines, Iron and Brass CasrJnKs, Steam Pnmps, Governors, Hancock Inspirators, Brass Goods, Pipe aud Fittings, Iron Fencing;. Oeueral Repairs, And Everything in the Line. -8END FOR CATALOGUE. ORTERJAYLlMCO COTTON AND- WHOLESALE , GROCERS, W. T. Bowdre. Itooth BOW DRE, MALONE & COTTON 886 front street aai Memwhls, Tenn. DEALER IS ALL KINDS OF . STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS HARDWARE, HOLLO W" WARE & CASTINGS, SOLE AGENTS FOR YAK'S WROFOatT-IROST RAKOE. AIM nannftnrea Plain and Japanned Tin Bsolnf, SpontlnK, Gntterlnv and all Klnda or JobblsC Prom.Uy Attended la. No. 394 Main Street, t t M. L. BI EACH AM. E. L MMEM& & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS Ai COTTON FACTORS No. 9 Union BIMjARB COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 802 AKD 804 FROST STREET. HEMrHTH. Ikvr Hardware louse. M. F. 6BAHABT. I Late of LamutafT, Graham x ProndSt. w. A. bauai. Late with GRAHAM, COUSINS & CO. IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN ARDWARE, TINWARE. CUTLERY Ouna, Until and Leather faeltlns;, T. Safea, Champion Iron Fenee X 325 Ulaiu Street, V ndi c cupied by Jojner, Lemmon A Gale) Thankfulfor t)X t M.tv AfV 'v vl 1 M nnm.a r . ' t. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & 296-298 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ta 3fo. 11 South Main street. St. loui-. M. tjiarin. John ft. Snlliran. Wholesale Grocers., Cotton factors, And Uomaii$3ion Merchants. 232 and 234 Front St., Mempliis. Tenn. Ketween Adam, and JeflTerana. uur a- f - aainai oevote ni wnoie time to tne neigning ana Bale ol all Cotton intrusted charge. W hava- wit own Cotton Wstshmms. wintw WasMttarton antl Itatinilssln ISTAgLISH-SI) 1849. TOTS, TOYS! IS GREATER TAR1ETT THAN EVER BEFORE. LLargest Stock and -Elegant Goods Cneap. SPECHT & WALTER, WHOLESALE 87 3VTm,c11 rx J. llf. R017LETT & 00. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 355 -Front Street. Memphis, Tenn. JAMES TONOK. r. b. J, W. Caldwell & Co. lICOCBHOBa TO V. X. WHIM A 00.1 WHOLESALE GROCERS Ea. B. WALKKR. FACTO sTolux , TOOla BOTD. 1BBT BOTB. a. A. TATTM, 601 ISMj, FACTORS O. Malone. S. P. Bowdre. CO. FACTORS, Tinware. Conner and Nhrellr.. t t Memphis. Tennessee K. E. EACH AH. St, Memphis. & COFF3 P. R fOI-HVWIH Late with O trill Brothers A Oo. LanrstafT Graham A Pmnrint Bradford'a Stills, Falrnanna'a SeaJtnv and AtrrlctUtnral InalcmMia - Memphis, Tennessee. - general 1 v (formerfj oo- past favors, we are very respeclfull fully. wasaAH. conSTNS A f0t S.. J .1 nri.s a. n. BE conoN FACTORS Q A t uoouaxu nuu sru AAAUAAtJHVt3I7 OTA, ,JJ MANUFACTURERS OF y. Nisbett, Brooks, Al rtgon and Allea COTTON PRESSES, ln-4Jvarinir. Rhaftlna' and Pnll.y. Iron sad Alraaa lasUags, and all Work in the Foundry and Machine Shop Line Wholesale Grocers, Thos, t'larn. M. J. Clark. CONFECTIONERS, Btreetf !VXcrkxrl"- 4. W. CAldnwiaa-i, n-Bn-MH-l OO m apply 10 w. vovt M.utpnis. ""l-Vt, - ''V'l.n T ?- - T emu r itt e. t v . -