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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOYEMBEB 8, 1881.
0 4 4 -4 U it ar ft i Art far Tae A' Ot L kasu Ian I laal Th Ifc in: bankt I U IlbaX I not in insect. rft it lr . ttat tl for tpi rnoy IadJtd, OiOBt-V The fiat of : t Dotal fired" ii nperij Itria ai requent : fiis corn ! nutria ria od evil t I-ootiuei lot be e Ah in I lie diiia. . Ioiupart 'Baggiq ! toraize laiuplin, Imd Btor - vaate b' lie, 53, 1 Lull ot !f o? er t f theSc (je cost c loperal wive; I our i ' ISPATC rrange r tl Ml talef udi. lient'e i. VkwwI lid 3' I s 1 NTK(YI.I) OH STOLES. 7 7 fig, p.l.i fiW Librl reward lor nmra ol FOK LK Oil LEiSE. I ;. ri ?n i-ns-Sr Austin. Mis ; si) I" . rr ,u .'.. vtl-ti: H'M ru. Will sell X-VT i v- i ! V. -- V-!f"M . TO Exnnxj i - iTZ A',F- In a country village lor a refc- ..- tu.i-.l I'ntpcny la tbe cily or sub- r . ,. d:J r:it IM Addnws 1 Jit MIE Olt KKVT. :. r; or :. t; O'ATlt'K In Tnnteecnunty, ' vi - V P-l'v vrimr M. los r. I k M - II pi- 1,!'! white v 1:1 ,-.-.1 deer tnmtigh , . i -i k-vii tail: answers to vti:ivi:i. . ' t n;ll i i1 j hand; . -a-, n t';. ' e-k an.l 011 up . ; r .i .-.1 ; h.. criiuv t"i-v-. i-T .-i . Hie r-hoi.ldtr; 110 Mf.V i fed I .ni N A V. I Pi'-!'T. B.i!ib. .,"k' ;:r -!-0Sfl. 1 U.I Y-Kmro.MJ J 4 M. . . r.-t Tji :T -I . iiitiTI! ion. Nr- ... ,,.-. rv .vk. U miind; , . -.i;. n..i luip nj -"r on vfc . i k:.w a-ilriuM: ra.urml ..V - ip rrvir.pl tM k- -ii : i t tot Hi-' MI t : r! at. -. r rv 1 w :ih i:n'hon title N. . 4'h A ultAbie ..-- - Vtr-.'n tr-vt. on moroiD; 1: rwiiin. . h-.-. t p t diuni'. but 1 - -..rv, KMt.H AM) HOtKIK IV i K-t at ia-f VDtml Hcae. tJ AJuua v - ruM -xirv with board. X M .-VI VH. iTj Hum n. X c '" ' t r I';: r ?w C toq. u O TT TX - try - AwaPl OT tor - i A N-v r,-:txT; U or " 4 2 . 1 ivc i7r T:ce i 1 ih tw. . r iT t COD! Bfn ftttti ( i-T5l wFrft'El4S F.r inide T a c oa:TA:iaiti Iron S - im' ' ?a" ? - 'X SL !w.fn :r t. ? V)ffcr-r T mr Ff?h R r' ? J coe-. or n per t -v ; t 1-4 wiiij rir-varf? ftnd i - .- c r I Sia office. IJi -;T . RATIOS A to s.tte ms- t r: -vr tt 1 , or ay oibr a . -r-t --i LTaun on tec Jlst I jt- v ii cUi wjfco. t.'?. Aaht rmnj t - - . .-n i.xn, ti hoar .- r. -rk. n; nii.e cM v f--t V.'--j Wright. Folka - 1. aw, :-z? . H-r.: --. Ttaa..of aiTKii. " -r m -v a- j ts:r-c'Ti rn-ju frrr on ma ... T, r' .-vu. M.a HALL. il f ; ,t w rorT. 1T bujiC their -fcr:. r.riTT:opr. -.-.-.Ait; w- ..-va iar a lauiuir i JU r---i"r roo. k;ftt Icy or atft- jr . 4. -v, v. .-r !7. A ""T on wrta, F 1. B. ioTtFHTtrr. "1 1 .v-e ; i-s J 1 lift,.; ! --m". r fert.cal Colicr. )'" Ja a -an wfcfk'-raaod, a uuu a f-i x.v-l rx t la a prime Air-v.v:k. l'K'JM A3, care Wash oe - v Iv vt vX'-Ti asij Ir i.iii ron!t. niaVc ' .1 1 T ra b:s ia a r farn'.'T. and is a --- -' a - ISt ?v-ryad y.rgt. JJtt, TTr BriAtD MTerai tjtt dairabla r."':!- 'ri-'.-: y.R?norin on x&dwm r. 1- a;r.i ? t- ! u. Urce uninr a ittt - wiib iir ifs.trmaii aiid i f-rM.-"i ; :c- tupn at. i V a: Jj Zl&M-na atreet. "..'"rA'.Jj; A-"! i-tT rcrsl 3rMraUe y 1- rv-, kiamtrtiuii-iy on r'-' ' " i !. -r -f -Mr.-e.Tl lr. Sttie Pe-r- ' J f. T 1- a.c:-iy;T f ?ir rre . c W 111" iTrnllr x::p:cil lf l,r. Ar r -TV " (. f.-o VxL-ru;rv. c-r. ilidi- 4 F-vi: y t a. I'.iion. "J. LESOW. I )iX Sa.'.-r.j- !iv:;-aca. ov-ju 0:r. iU(usr. -m. i - J'' Jr-i.ire I ST. J 'A r-rru r"-3".-. j. iter.niie itr t A;NvXT IK. T,'t tSi-:;ei r-jjjib 'ri i:ou r'tMri'STgen -A t----j; jrT.:-i:t.i at'r::fienu and tr oaJi fis:!f . at ! J-J-r-nn rtmt. JyXiM KxtZj iureiJL d, V ' V. yjn tlrw t. Cvy7Tt. WA2'.i.'yL-ua fi-oi of o- pwm- TT : tVr ,'" -T.st y i 7tfS15S i on -4 . J : , x. Ep UfstHj, Ki-a t-.y.,j iir-.. AviT t.i eioJKe ' 't TH(ns.i t,r) r(;T 1 i!Ki:r. GEORGE H GLARK. sole achnt. Viio BCKT tad Cewing Thrul cfPW'-"- XJEWATIK OP I3UTATHOSS. A Caeu-Wte Assortra-.-at-For Silo, at W uoLap.lt), by l aaratlcia l'r. sad W. U. Svorr A ( 4t. At Ett:il Ij LsafCkOfK lirof , I ralirlit Bros., Mud A an- I'raiiK A- ao. (Tn SMDDTEEST9'ETHDSSBST, 2ES7 oJuLlil-jLvl' 1878 VViKG-isw Production Doublld. Agtin'Doulled. 'BEST IN Ti.21 WORLD? Our 4 A i HjLroisr tl)ui C or 1 of cheap fcUV. fcwery Kftoul lucuaiarcs ico y.'.rds, jii&t a uiarkod ( ttcap Silk uea&ue only to 70 yards III If riu waul AtIeaUid ilulton-Hule Twut our, J'atrmi Ouiil lunst. s.. . ' 1 i. HH l-'UIl & A P MCl'lJ -1 vn cil If at IK: . j ...A .... l..n....t!V, " - , u- .1 . me jnrwi;i.cn( aijj ln e Ijusider thciu the best jtulgct in the world. . ten - ... AH S8CB9 bach liC " W'm. Frank & Co., stcmphis, , ' , ir e:l.An 1 1 .. v i ii for I) wkwt.i.sAi.a cMtv. . Lennou & tJJ, Memphis. OI Uirr . . ... , natouhlct. m.u.i Kulrs and TW!m-.i iithJriailtlM Slk Rocking.. U.acm, Monty Pare,, Vuihiou buyinx svr bilk or lw at lias tW ll4 nsiBW Ttf IV no vnirvi-fcr. . ltniit,i,alW't H llorouirtiins! Iiortan in mna RAILWAY RECORD. Arrival aad Icartar or Tratna. Tralna on the Cheaapeake, Ohio and 8onthwet orn road mora a (olfowa: Mall 1.tcs Ully ex orut Sunday, at 4:00 p.m.; freight leaves dUy at 6 Mm. M "V1 Sunday, at S i m : 'reipht arrlvea dally at 5:40 p.m Trains on the Memphis and Little Km- road more aa follown: Passenger No. 1 leaves dally at 7:10 nm nasncnevr No. S leaves daily at ,i:.iO a.m.. IreiKlit iSave daiiy, ei.upt Sunday, at 6::W a.m. if'"" J.. o ..4o lilv at 1U:S5 t).m.: nas- aeuKer No. 4 airives daily at 6:40 a.m. : fr-Kllt ar- riTt4 tally, except 0u"ji f-"-Trains on the Memphis and Charleston -I move ai follows, cny unie; daily at 11 :00 p.m.; fast mail aud express loavea dally at 710 a m. bomerrille acsummodaiion' loaves daily, except 8unday, at 4 :25 p.m. Kail ai.d expre arHvee daily at a)a.m; (ast mail aud eipre arrives daily at 4.60 p.m; Somorviilc ac commodation arrives dally, exoept Sunday, a H:10 Trains on the Louisville an! N Khvl!!e road move as foliows: Fast mail arrives daily at S:Wa.m.. leavrea at 10:50 p.m.; mail leaves daily at f-M except Sunday, at 4:45 p.m.; mall nrrives .auy at ; 4.) p.m. , diuh ii t, . 1 1 n i v.... ... ly. except Sunday, at8:S0 a-m. Trains on the Mississippi and Tennessee road move as loliows: mail leaves uunjr .i 8ard-. acoiimmodatioa loaves daily, except Sunday, at 3:50 p.m.; freight leaves daily, exoept Son.lay, at 6:ii a.m. Mail arrives daily at :Ma.m. ; Siirdis accommodation arrives uuy, ncepi Miuuaj, v 8.40 a.m.; lrcight arrlvea daily, except Sunday, at Arrlvwl.mul lf wrtnrf of Wnila. OPES. I KA1LROADS. I CLOSE. On., Louis. Mem. R.R. 1,-iral and tnmuch mails 4:45 p-m. Lib p.m. M p.m. 11:45 a-m. 10:00 a.m. 11 : p.m. :) a-m. 20 a-m. 6:40 I 10:00 6:00 10:00 11:M S:R0 :M 4:46 Cin., Louis, .k Mem. U.K., thmneh mxll p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Chart. & Mem R., local and tliroiiRh tiails Cfaatt. k Mum K.R., thro' n-.ails Mem. A Grenala Ji X. O. R.R ................... I'ovintflon Mem. R.R jomexville aecommoaal n. Klver A Other Malls. Memphis A Friars Point aent ......... . 7:00 a.m.; 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.t 4:30 p.m.t 4:30 p.m.t 9:30 a.m.l J:.ill a.m.t 4:J0 p.m.' 4:M p.m. 4:M p.m.". 4:30 p.m.t 6:00 a.ra.O Heleua A Friars Point, nosiomoe 7:00 a.m.t T OO a-m.t Helena k Clarendon, rail road Memphis A Greenville, 7:00 a.m.2 10:00 p.ra.J agent.... Memphis A Vick.burg. ayent 7:i)0 a-m.u -t. LouL i A Memphis, aeent 7:J a-m. 7:vO a.m 7:tX) a-m.r T:00 a.m.1 iKceola u Mt-mplus. atceut. St. Kmuels river, ap'Ul ArkaiiM river, ageni While river, asent Memphis to Holly Springs, M isK., suute route 1:00 p.m.' Mnuay, uduesday and nday. t Daily. JMonday, Thursday and Saturday. i4undny. Tue?lav and Friday. Tuesday and Friday. Wedtiedav and Saturday. OTaeaday, Thursday and Saturday. PEUOSAL A.M) UIJilKAL. St. Inia Age r Sietl, November '5lb: "Anent the river convention which was held in Uii cily lt week and the opposition raised by the Sew York 7iW and other Eastern newsipeis to the plan proposed fur Congress to enter iuu a liberal and systematic iniprovemeut of our great inter-State water highway, we would suzjjest a lew (sou which are to the poiiit. In 1S70 the total amount of Brain shipped down the Miissippi river frem this city wi but 66,ofi0 bushels in l!Ml it was i&.7&:,t64 bushels: and the shipment from here by that route in the first eight-lwodays of this year were i.2-.W.lrt bushels. In lvso the live lines of railroads leading eastward from iire carried oniv &.r.H.Siil bu&hels of grain, and in the flr.-t eighty two rtava of this year they carried but I.OXS.V47 bushels, urins; the Ice blockade last winter beta een St. Louis and Cairo the lrfre lines earned from the latter piactt I.IUO.OOO bushels of frain. which axe not Included in any of the above iures." A frelclit Train Derailed. Elackstose, Mass, November 7. Ten heavil v laden freizht rant on the Jfew York and New England Railroad were derailed by a piece of machinery falling from a platform car, and deiaol shed bv beiugr mushed down an embank ment. Trains were dels-yed several hours. Ilaaalbal and St. Joe. Hamibal, Mo. No-vmber 7. The annua! meetiofof the stockholders of the Hannibal and Si Joe Railroad company, was held here u-day and i.V0 shares- of flock voted. The directors elected were William Iowd, H H. Cook. Myron I". Husr, E'lhu Rjt, Willirtm J. Hutchinson, Horace Porter. John Btoodcoo-i, A? It. GorUajn and John R. InfT. Jv Gould, Kjsell Sage, Knoch Pratt and Jan 11s Haia-araa ore the retirin dire-'Uirs. They wur." iy intir own request, inert was 110 con-te-u wliaaever. Tiir Fast Train from Near York to t'lil caxe. CHicifH), Kovember 7. The iffiria! i f the Lake Shore road are densely ignorant of the prot-raianie for the iizhniintr express, ami the pntilic ar iinini'orm.i from an official eour.'. i::swhere it Issaid that Yauderbilt Ins m?t with tiatty difiieuitie in eompetinir with ttie i'enusyl-v-ui-a eQinjNiay'a road's f.ist time. th4t he li-is siT-a up (tie fast tr-tin fr,m t:hic-JMO to Notv York an.l -i;l not ttenipt to belt the IVanvvi vii'ia's uiiie from New York to the We.'- 1 iie iirncalty arises from tiia I utTr route of the Van dorbiU combinations and iroiu the jealousy oi the Miehuam ivutral and Canada roid, whicu mut be 1-Jt out in liie cold. Jay OonM sail trie. New Yokk, November 7. In-nder3 ty that tie Erie secret will become public property this week. The open secret is licely In be the f.t':t that the JEuEusn holders of control 1:1 Erie have re-io--sca G3UUI to take the pre-.i4:ncy and na-ue wn diraciorA. It is said that anion the t-jn will be Gould. Sase, Hiuirihrey, Dillon and four meailni of the present Bor-rd. GouM is on friendly terms nitii the New York Central ard with be PeunaT ivanis company. The Pennsyl vania corrtT.snv is snii to r-dy to raiip a h.itij factory tramcatrreemeot with the new en-Win ttiou It is setni orlieialiw s-ut'-t) tnt 1I1-9 llui.uii'Tt'in s;na.icju has bourlit sixty per cent, ol 113 sui k and bonds of the Cincinnati. t.-idUnau iUs and C".ico roads, the iuteri si of th- iiuer-rt-K'ako aiid linio system. A road is bciti bunt to uiv ii,e Cincinnati, Indiana poijs aud Chieaco a diitr'.-t eon-n-ci;ou with ti:e iU' Island, to esL.tbli.-ii a creat truck im 10m the Nrthwet to Newport News. L.ndon was a 1$tvq bnyerof K:ic Saturday, one nnn puriuicGj ustt' thousand si-are?. Liuis viile. New Aibany aud A:esyw stock is reported c-.re-r. W AX a ED. CONFEDERATE BONDS, xfitltKll Csipons front July, 1SI, on ALSO COTTOS r.ONLS. Stte n.ntityand pri-. Address " . .4 M KM." 1!t 673. New Yo-k. riAXQS. ETC, E. A. BENSON'S NEW MUSIC PALACE JUST OPENSD AT JNTo. a-3r4 Brlalii Btreot. WIT a A LARGE STOCK PIANOS, ORGANS Cstilnr.. VisJiisa. AfcardMins, Kbeet JM ni.Ic. M axle Books, Viol la ud UaitAr Htrlnics, Ete AT ST. LOUIS PRICES. WILL be pleased to see all my old patronsof former yeara. K- A. f!FHV, 114 4 !Hla t(. FXECTRK! BEETS, ECT. SO DAYS TRIAL ax.i.owii:d. W V!lt SEND, ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL. (ufferlne from SieronNVeliBe. 5ets. ml lebilily, loss of nerve force or vicor, or any disease resulting from Abcsrs and Othkk C'acsii. or lo any one afflicted witii Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Isj.lnal Ilitncultii, Kidney or Liver Troubles, Lento Back, ilup turea, azul other Diseases oi the Vintl Or-ans. AUo WotiKM troubled aiUi diieuses peculiar to their sex. Kj'eedy relief and romplete restoration to health guaranteed. Tllssui are Ilie ouly Klcctrie AppllMneM llisl bate ever teMi rsifisl rticlctl 11 ;n net end lis trin rltleM. Their Ihorouun ellitwy has tieeii pnu.' tiealiy provctt with the snoNt wamlrrfui mush-thm. ubmI they listvff the lilsfbimt m,srMnielaia from meoienl and acleit liiitf otii,.!!;! from litintlreil vho have nesa ajMiektf Mii rHlieMlly carl by tlieir sw, Seuti at once for Illurtraal Paniptllet, giving all information free. Adtlns, VOLTAIC BELT CO., XarshaU. Kick. AOMIXLSTKATOU'S SALE. AtlmiBlolrnlor'a Male Valuable t'aruilua; Insula. BY vlrtnc of a dc-ree from the Honorable ban. eery I'ourt oi Desoto county. Miss., 1 will, ou Holiday, Ibe (lib af Uerrmber, Ihsi, at the courthouse door at Hernando. Desoto coun ty, Mlsa., proceed to sell, to the hlchcst bidder, the (ollowihir describetl lands, situated iu Desoto cognty. Miss., to-wlt: All ieas 2 (creaof sec 9, town. 2, rance.8 63S acres. SW ol sue. LJ, town. 2, range 8 Its) acres. Eat part N W of tne. 17, town. 2, range H 90 acres East S of aw. . town. i. rapge 10320 acres. All of sec. 6, Uwn. 2. r.liKe U) 6PJ a res. fcV W of sec. 23. urwn. 2. rauce W--VM a- res. All of sec. 13, town. 2, range 10 6l' sres. All these lands being valuable, aud those in ran&o 10 situated in the Mississippi Bottom, with a fair proportion of cleared land, good improvements hiul plenty of valuable timber. Tkrsi One half cash, note payable in twelve months.with appn,vcd sec ii rily, bearing per cent, interest from date of saui, and lien retained t:r balance. Oct. 2.", issi. " NAIL, silni'f eslatef,. . Blvthc. decM. LOTTEIt. WILLIARD HOTEL LOTTERY, TJU.O "ip-rf.-wlxij-; FISCALLY SCrrLtiO AXB Ilttl). UiiirMtliiy, ovoDsbor 10, ISM, I TIIK PAY DETKRMINKD PPOS. niHB drawing ol this scheme lias been linally X stilled uHn. ami will :kktainlv lake place on llmrtdny, ij-s Hull o( Novcuilier, I ml, by as sent of the Coiniji.tl.orrn. and this will enable me to sell all ol the rcu.k.tni:it tt. kcus. All pers-uis. therelore, inn-udnw invest In this scheme may rest assured that lucre will be no farther delays or postjioiiemenis. LIST OF PRIZt.ftl Th M illiard Hold. with all ( COfi fifill lo.furrltnr-niiil llatursa,J f&JU,UUU One Kesid.ua: o.'l lireen stree-l fl5.i!0 One kesidonoe ou liti'en street, l.s um Two tstsh P.-to-a, cch lO.OiO Two Cash Prizes, each tMM....J......,.,.... . 4,is;to Five i ash Prlim, each 11000... f Five ( ash Prizes, each (.410 .... J,l Filly Cash Prizes, each 100 a.ual One Uuudred (ash Prises, each $ 0.... R.ulO rive lluadruU (ash Prises, each 121) . lO.MM One Pet of Bar Furniture l.ouo One Fine Piano ,, One llaiidsonie Silver Tea Hat . loo 4P9 Boxes Old Bourbon Whisky, U4.., . 14,400 iu mvsK e is cnauipagne, yA) Five Hundred Cash Prists, i-ju-h 111) fi am? 4O0 Boxes Flue Wluea, t-W .. 12.HU) 200 Boxes Robertson Countv WhUky, (30 G.OOO 400 Boxes Havana Cigars, 0 4,ftx) Fjve Hundred Cash Prises, each 110 . J,ouO .OI .Miu l( 1,830. tobole !( sja, Halve. Remittances mav lot ind. Ji..w rn,w prws, Postal Money Oidor, or Regiiierod UulL Rraponsible agenu a allied at aU'poliiif Vat rircurara, giving lull lnlonuatloa amf for OcJiLlI adtUoM w. c l. Whips, as- a " ' ."" . l-alavllle, Ky, Vr f-fmrt kt, ateulila, TeaM. , FINANCE AND TRADE. COTTOX. At the close of the Appeais last review of the cotton market fur the otticial week ending Oe tohiT 2Sth iniiidU'.itf cotton in New York quoted lIt,o, which vb the price maintained tluougbout the pAsi week for mitldlinKs. The price list was revised 011 Thursday, adding ?e to the values of the two lower am! 1-Itie to the throe higher Krades, leaviiiK low mu'dlins and middliiiRas previouelv qu4iud. The tone of the market during the week whs fie nerally quiet and steady. New York futun'tt bean the week with A sharp fttrusKlo, In which tho "bear" element acoom piiKhed a little victory in depreMriiiig val '.es the lirst two davs. the n-duutiun raoKini; from 3 to 9 point?, hi "which ditunt months lost matt. On l nesday a reaction wa brouxht aljout, and, after tho usual amount of sklrmiiiifr, the day closed on en advance of prices fully aa much aa was lot on tic tirat tW' da8 of the week, November and ItetcmberdoUvcriv-aadvancioty 2 to :l points above the quoiatioiiH on the tiit day oi thd week. Wednesday allowed no uii'.terial changes from prirea of the previus day, except Sot the vurreut month, which closed 2 points off, December, jAUuarv, Fcbrual and March losing 1 point each, and August 3 points, other months unchanged. Two ioiutieaeh were lost from November and I), cem her prices on Tliuriay, February, April, May and June ."siu-? 1 crtch, while August gained 1 point. Another reaction us unnotuu-ed ou Friday, the lust dnv of the week, the day utciii.iK with an un wunl iCndor r.y exceptiuKCurrent deliveries, which moved tardily until the second bulletin announced the whole iit Mendliy udvauciitk:, and with the ex ceptio:. oi a little weakness in the tiret part of the r.ficruuou. wliich soon died out and tho day closed with quotations ndvuncc-d ou all months excepting tcpte:nber deliveries, which iot 3 points. The week clo.ed with November advanced I point, Au pnst 1-1 points, all otr.er months raneing from 4 to i poinm, except September and October which lost b and :l pointn reieetively. The tone oi lutures at the close of the we? was steady. The New York Bulletin, of Saturday, says: "We find expressions of confidence in the future of the market, and while the possibility of small breaks is admitted, an ultimate advance of some little inivmir.ide is pr-'dieted. tptjts have found a;out an nver.ifTO inovenient, and tlie quotations are Kiven without alteration. Tne dematid, however, a rdher an iadilibretit one, buyers apparently moving onlv to tho txtent of imperative necessity on home account, an d shippers confining them s -dves to actual oiiers, while bolders in several lu Mauces have failed in the attempt to realize quota tions." In New Orleans middling cotton quoted at the cbje of the previous week, on which tho patt week optiitHl. No change was made until Wednes day, when ;e was clipped, the price dutinthere-maiti'-er oi the week beiug lle, on which the market closed steady. Th movements oi futures in New Orleans were but a rcproduci ion of those in the New York mar ket, ran ires of fluctuations being about the same. Liverpool spots oiwned luist week quoted at (j lud l'ir uplands and ii a-l".d for Orleans. These values were muiolained tlirough the Krvt two days of tha week, but u Tues.iay, the third day. a induction of 1-ltid wt.s made ou both grades, whit h held the week out, the tone of the market bciiag steady at the close. Liverpool futures experienced bnt little change duriuff thB post week, the conditions being sLrouer. with prices slightly higher on the closing uttv, and the market tiriu. The IfM al market tK'-mi business on the first day of the week with middling quoted llc, tho price on which the revious week closed. This price held unol Tuesday, whe.ii ltic was taken nlT, leav ing middling valued at lie, the price ruling the remuinderof the week. The details of the wek's bnsintrss are a follows: Ou fiaturday the market was steady, with inquiry coming from all s-iu roes, Uioui;h limited hs to inner and speculators, ex t Tiers hiking the bulk of ihe dsy's transactions. On Monday the market opened dull and nominal, and closed quiet and irregular. The transactions of the d-y fooled up the sajue number of bates as on Haturdav. with spinners in the lead. Ou Tuesday j the market opened steady on a revision of the . price list V;ell"on all grades, on which the tone was steady at the ties?. The inquiry of the -day was freely met, spinners taking ; the greater quantity. On Wednesday me " market opened and elcsed steady, with sales 7 inJicatin? unanimity of fenthnent between tuyers and seUefs, though it Was intimated that price- were somewhat shaded in some transactions. . The favorable news from i-iverpo.il and New York induced speen.niors to tate a nana in tne day s business, the bulk of transactions being nearly equally divided between spinners and exporters. On Thursday the tone was &xain steady at the open ng, a good demand prevailing all day. and transactions were mauu fully up to quotaiions. Ou Friday, the last day of the week, the market opened steady, th- dercaud of the day being good, especially from si Inner s. Speculators came in for a share 'of the day's transactions, giving ctdor lo the confidence inspired from New YorLJand Liver pool. The sIfs of the day weie considerably gr-jaterthan rep-irted the past several days. Mid dling was quoted He, the tone of the market being steady at the close. WKKKLY SUMMARY. Receipts in Memphis during the offiriol Trcek arer-'ed IT.SX) taies, against 18,1-lS bals the pre vums weeK, 2l,ii4 baies the correspouuiiig week last soas4.ui. and 2J,.Vd bales in 1a79. The to tal receipts Finee September 1, iStfl, were 112.037 bales, against U2,t? hales at the correnonding time liut .seain. a decrease of CJ0 bales. At the sarne time i.i the rc-vipta were S-i.'iJ:: bales, bhipmeuts during the official week areated 7ti7l haies. a?iii8t l;t 5iw bales the previous week, and 14,S'J5 hales the corresponding week lat m;- son, ana in iktv. i nc total suipmeuts since September Lst were Cl&W bales, against J.O&l in and 32T in ls7i. The total stock on hand was 55,82 bale, against 47,9-V bales at this time lant yearj in lt :;i,ti.7. Sales in Memphis during the ofhVial week agirre gated Sh'25 bales, ftf which exporters tx.k 37X) bales, spinners W25 bales ana speculators :i00. X un-t a total of tfi. hales last week, of which were to exporter-:, 7-0 to spinners and 100 to spec ulators. Middling, lie MEMPHIS COTTON MOYEMHNT. Tho following rqows the course of the Memphl market and the price or m hid line coun from the oj-ening cf tlie season, us compared with the sdnie time iaat year: c r-3 g 8,'pt Sept . Sept .... Sept -.. Sept ..... I Vi U, t o.-t Oct Nov 521 &M i;Hi 5162 107 1 KS 2H7i 3-M2! !ll' 8901 fV-7-Si Wll 107s; 22U.V. Jfv',9"' 317011 411-31 4."7.V! ti ll M ii ill's my, 4 2-179. -I7.S1 . 2;;f. 11,'i 2-J7f.!llV 617-MltT-i 8u0 11' l Mn: 1U-.1C' SI 21 ir.iiiii-juio li!ttV.,167'JOilo,Vii 47llO 6-VXt 9V'! UP 11 11 M9.M'J2-".t:ll0."l.' IVI IV n-rni.; t-r.-JM, 41 902 OnJ yesiraay -Montiay) teli-rams lioiu New York mint unixvl no mateiini ctiange in the sirfjt riarket, a .;:iiet con(ii:ion ruiui thmuliout business, whieh cl,.ed on an uureviscd price 1-st. Tile :st Imilctiii amionnced tl'.-it Ihe New York Cotton Kxetittnge would be closed to-day, on ac count of t!.e ele: tlon to take pi.:..1. New Y,.ri futiires-bepan business with Novem ber advanced 3 points. l)et:einlK-r, February and March 2 points cai-h. and other months 1 each, ex it pt January an I August, which were unchanged, Septeml.-er was also quoted 12 W ftl2.12. The n-s-ood L:iU'-iin indicr.ed a reaction, all lnouths showing 'slinlit tleclines. exce,ti November. Jamisry ami April, wbih heltl to p.-ices ijuoted on tbeofs;uiug ol busiiii-M. Afier tlii hour the de cline became genera!, not an ciTurt to-,van: niilying biais apparent in the n uinliider of the day's Iransac'ieiis. Tue result JtKtled up losses ou the enure list ruuziug from 4 to 7 points, on widen tli. ton? whs quoteil wunkat the cl:se. erteiuber, which was quoted on first c.iil of the monilns, was mentioned once afterward iu a bid 5 points tie low the or.otMlott. leaving tliat mouth in Unit con dition at the closa of business. Xe7 Oiieat's spots closed find on the previous price list, with sales reported initialling a good de mand freely met. New Orleans futures opened easy, and closed "te'wy lit quotations on November reduced 6 t'Ointg. tujl it'Jti'T montlis vnryiiij- from -1 to 6 ptHlltS Liverpool spots operte- en iiip cuotr.tiorts ofjat nrdny evening, wbicii ruled biil:l J'ie fir-tat'ler-noou hour, when l-l;jd was added tj valiieof up lands and Orleans, on which the market closed tirui. "L:erpoo! futures openr ,1 with current deliveries advanced l-32d, and closed quiet with l-32d added to the opening price, making the advance of the diiv l'i'rl, oilier moutiis iu proportion. The local market was firm at the spening and the close, with tu wiiance in the jrice list, and sales reported that indtc-ited llic liberal demand ol the day, which was niaiuly Ircia ipiuners, freely met. atEMPaiS QUOTATIONS. I Yesterday. I Saturaay. Low ordinary Ordiiiaiy Good crdlnary low middling MiddUug f?rwri middliua; Middling fair Fair 3 -P-i pj hfK if. 10;, SU- fciw tJ'iiTs Nominal. " Milikct opened and elweti fiiiil. Sales 1200 bale, iutdudiiig 150 bales Saturday aveuln; sjo lo spiuuers, 400 lo exporleis. JdxMl'KIS COTTON STATEMENT. MEHruis, November 7, 1881. Stock, September 1. lut J. 8,184 Received tc-dcy COWt Received previously .....115,1m 121,242 Shipped to-day 2,112 Shipped previously 06,09.1 dtock, loaning aoconnt. . IMPOSTS. Thus iar tills week TUU. fat Ua 7C4-fc Since Scplenibw la( ., ......... MemnhisanJ Charleston k K ..,,.... ),S19 Mississippi and Tennessee K. K...H..1..C J': Louisville and Nashville R. K 711 M. Si Little Rock K. W 919 C. O. it H. W. K. Ii. 1116 Steamers ....... 2,294 Wagons and other sonices 400 TsmjJ ti.ostt K2POST3. Thus far this w- k......... , S 8t Thus far lost week ... j OiVI Since SeplemDer 1st re. 20.1 Mississippi & Tennessee R. R . .. S.72 LnuisvilleHlid Nashville K.K 976 Sieamers liorlh 776 steamers south .. 8 Total 2.112 WEEKLY STATEMENT RECEIPTS. :wki:k kmi u I NOV. 4, '81. SI St K SKIT. 1st. WllftN,: LK'KIVEO. This ; Last I This I last" Vetir. Year-i Yer. I Year. Memphis A t hai it s. ii.R ' :!; SSirtl UI72 1.HWI7 Miss. ,1; Ten 11. K. It 1 S.:-AI- 1S27' ll.sU, I.I.V14 I.. tV. N. tt li. S. K K I 21SO 1219 1".'.'7 Mciu. tl: Little Rta-k K.U. 1767 WI5i 110!::' 2 c!2 lii-f , uliio .t s. K.U 1 til::: 7r.r. :::-'i :w.i9 Miss-s.-ipi)i rjv-r ' 4ltt3; 2ssj- ;;!itstil lt'-il White river ...T. j '; 4:t:; :H9' aval St. Front:!. river j IS": MM I Mil 1739 Arkansas river (lotal riv- 2nv ul3. Jilssi i.s ep. .'itTo I 1 Wug'lis and other sources 1S50: 2iXi: lliiOO: 1:!670 Total 17.MU: 21 :avi ! 1 -2o:;T ; 1 1 2tVT7 !IIPMKSTS. Vt KI.K KMi'li. SISt i:l.lT. Nov. 4. 'hi, lsr. This I-ast I This ! I-ast Year. Year, j Y'ear. Y'ear. Mem. & l.itlle Kock K U. i;r Ili0 l.-iSM Silil!1 IJIMS .'7'JII: SOI-S 9-17.,; 15-J2 , 37J 11091 lirtitj 7ias.; Mi in A Charles. K.U L. ,k S. A I,. S. IU! Mis. .V. Tctlli. K R I"7 :i7:t." 1ii..7 l.s.-lj MiS'l (SAI1 ste -niers nor:h sitcamers somh Tofal 7i.71 tfit"'f'i:.l'f. The followlii;; are the new Vork stxit quotations for yesterday: A t 10: 10. quiet : at f2::y, quiet; nt 2:u, quiet: at 3:, quiet. (Kxcliatiu will bo elosed Tlics ii:y elt-ellon tisyi. Sales, r.21 bales: c tpira.-ls. ;iiot,nlts. liiotatitins weie as follows: Yesterday. Saturday. Oi-di:isry.r..'.. V, (iood Oi.li.iary ltA Low Middling 11 -16 Middling (lootl .Mitld'ilK ... 11 l i-in Middling Fair 12 11-16 Fair 13 7-16 10'4 il C-16 US 11 1.V16 I 12 11-16 A 13 7-16 I'tietolie o; the sew Yk future liiatkel was as follows: At l(t::i.. qtiiet;st I1::hI. barely t:atl)';at 12:. V, tlttl: ; t 2: ill, barely steady: at 3;:itl, weak. Sales, s".,ooo bales. Closing e.uo'.-.iliotiS were as follows: a -'i ft 4 IUi !SI0; 011 11-3 Nominal. Xotiu.s j Yeslciaay. tuturJay. January j ll.7S4ll.71i 1 1 S4(iilt.N") February II 9111. 95 12.i1K.al2.0I Mattb ! 12.HVt12.ll 12.1hJ12.H1 April I 12 -'I 12 2i 12 2Ni4.12.29 SJuy - j 12 34ial2.: 12.39 j12. 40 June , I I2 4i..al2.46 12 .5t,',ct2..v July.. , 12 5.:al2..Hi 12.61MI2 63 August i,:.tsl2..i5 12.76t;l-2-73 8eplemleik t-4 ( Ouibcr ' ..l.'...wi. ... . November. ll.4i..lll.4S ll.51tall.53 December. ll.iWtll.6d ll.tsill.i.7 t;.C6,.'4t2.12tUolcd on first call, 12.01 afterward .IJ. jiitiike FidTryrrATyoN. i "i Nut Ket.j ! i "Tun Wet jU'n L'ss k'u :l' ti ili'u L'ss g'n l'ss Jau i i; ...I 8 July.. 3 il) ... 7 Feb... 2 8 ... )i! Aug... 2 9 ... 7 Mar... 2, 7 ... 5- Sept 1 5 ... 6 Apr.. 1' 5 ... 4 Oct.- ...i W.y., 2 7 ... 5 Nov- 3! 8 ... 5 Jmm. J l ... 6 Dec gj 9i ... 7 Fl.l'Cl'l'A'tttlNS OF TH; WREK. I" j Net Net I " " I IfcVf Vet O'n L'ss g'u 1'ss I i'n:L'ss gn :l's Jan... 12 8 4 ...I'July.. Ill 8 fj Z Feb.. Ml 9 4 .'!Aug... 1 2 14 ... Mar.. 14: 8 6 .! Sept.. 1 B S Apr. K: 9 6 .iOct 8 ... s May., li: 0 5 ... Nov.. 8-7! 1 .. June. 14l 10 4 ,. Dee... ii VI . 4 The New Orleans klcgrituis reported I Ho spot market closed firm. Sales 11,000 bales; receipts 14 ,23) bales. Stock. 204,3b7 bales. Closing quota tions as follows: Yesterday. Saturday. Low Ordinary... 8 8 Ordinary 91$ 94 Good Ordinary 10 W7 Low Middling 104 10'i Middling 11'3 113 Good Middling 11 11 The tone of the New Orleans future niaiket opened easv: at 12:10, easv: at 2:30, barely steady ; at '4:'M steady. Sales, 41,900 bales. Closing quota tions as follows: Month. Yesterday. Saturday. January ll.Mll.?2 ll.5Twail.56 February ILCH-fifi ll.r.ycdin.70 Mauh w. U.KMrU.ftl ll.W(9ll f April 11.9111.U2 ll.Dll.yG Mav 12.01 (a 1 2. 03 VI. 0" 4 1 2 0u J u ue Ii 1 1 ( 1 2. 13 12. 1-Xcc 1 2. 1 7 July rjjorgdw 12.2112.27 August .. 12.27(12.2ii 12.12.Sti September Q ti Otrtober (i$ (c) November .. 11.0KM1.C6 H-10 bid. December 11.27a 1 1 .a ll.sj-jtll.r:i The following conditions of all domestic niar ke s are gleaned from Cottoa Exchange builetinsof yesterday : SSfkeL Pri,;8- Slock- Galveston Firm. tiMl 11 K! 71S New Orleans... Quiet. H-'-'O 11 2W,.M7 Mobile firm. XU IVi y.,4M Savannah ....... Firm. 7M7 1UJ9 !". 7o Cliurleston Quiet. ol"'1' H? 97,'I4 Wilmington Btcwlv. I:t71 111-16 ls,7s8 Norfolk Quiet. Eult H54 5!,4J6 Baltimore Quiet. 17r Sl.-Ja! New York Quiet. 479 IVil Boston Q'ttiil"m. lli U-ii 3,4:0 Philadelnhia... Hteady. w ll's 12.KK) St. Louis Steady. 3251 11,4 481 Total recelnts to date 40,3jd bales, otrainst 40,l'.i:I bales lame date last year. The Liverpool telegrams of yesterday reported the market firm. Bales, 1 5,000 bales, of which were American, heccipts, fvluO bals, of w hich MOO were American. Uplands, C 7-lGd; Or leans, A M4d. The Liverpool market for futures at noon was steady; November, Ncvembcr-December,ilr.'"i,d; le-cember-Januarv, fi 9-IGd; January-Februury, fid; Kebruary-Morch, 6 17-S!d; March-April, 6 19-32d; April-May, ii?d: May-June, 6 11-16, 621-32d; Juue Julv, 2-32, 6 11 liid. At S: Noveniler, November-December, 6 lS-32d ; June-July, fi U :!d. At3:3U: Decembcr Janmiy. 6 15-32d: January February, 6 17-3d; Februarv-March, 6 9-ll'id. At !: January-February, fi'.yl ; February-March, G I7:rjd: M'lreh-April. liD-lud: June-July, 6 11-lCd. Futures closed quiet. iuis Last ThisWk Weak. Week. LastYr. BoceipU lor 3 lavs 77,'.s;s S2.74J 70,117 Sxp's to Great Britain.. 7.47.r T.i.171 40.VM) Eip's to UontlueuU... 10.6.4 2,17: lli,774 Stock on hand 7.j4.117 ftil,207 7UMr COMPARATIVE TOTAL RECEIPTS, ETC. . lSfel-2 1SS0-1 17!MU Total recelpta. 1.452,'.i:r, l,702.fli l,rKt.S:!t Total foreign exports.. fiS0,i7." MK5.BV2 7tVJ.C:r ToUl stock 7:M,117 705.W2 577,146 Decrease in receipts 240.6.V21 FIVAXCE. BsntH quiet. Money continues in fair de mand at C(4S per cent, discount. Exchange on the princinal Eastern point demand oar seLine. i I discount buying; New England and other points, t sight, discount; New Orleans psr. City com ' promise bonds, GO: coupons. r0K2: PlaHters iu f surace stock, 105: Mempniseus stock, tWa,'!; bonds, ; 100: Mississippi levee UuuidaiiuK scrip selling nt ttO lKl; Mississippi scrip orcoupons ol District No. 1 selling at 11. " KSMFHI8 BANK CLKAKINQ8. CIcarn$s. , f 271.6'2 40 Balanctt. I 59.590 79 2i-i,2i 21 63,112 G3 November 7 Same dav last week 157.702 11 Same day last j ear. 215.892 2) (Br TELEGRAM. PARIS, November 7. Rentes, 86f. 7Hc. NEW ORLEANS. November 7. Sight exchange on New York SI per $1000 premium. Sterling ex change bankers; bills, 4$0. LONDON, November 7. Consols, 100 3-1G; ac count, 100! ; Illinois Central, 137 ; Pennsylvania Central, 68i-. NEW YORK, November 7. Money, 2G per cent., closing ut 4 per cent. Prime mercantile psper 6ai7 per cent. Sterling exchange bankers' (.ills ,lmn. JQI H.im.nH S I Government bonds stead' for extended 6s and 5s, ana 4 per cent, nigner ior -is ana 4. to extended ......1P1 V, :4s, coupon 1 ls-ti 5s extended 101 Pacific 6s of 1896 130 44s, coupon.., ...lia.'i State bonds in light request. La. consols SSB' Virginia Ga, old 37 Missouri 6s. llO.VVirjiiuia consols. .. SI Term. 6s,old 71 Va.eouso!a pfd. 120 Tenn. lis, new V61-J Extuatured coupons. Railroad bonds irregular on a moderate volume of business. The stock market wus strong at the opening, and prices generally to 2per cent hi?h er than at the close Saturday, the latter Metropoli tan Elevated. In early dealings a firm tone pre vailea, and at 11 o'clock an advance of to 2' Kr cent, was recorded, in v.hieh the Texas Pacific, nver und Kio Grande, Kan&us and Texas, Erie, Peoria, Decatur and Eansville, Chicago, Hurling, ton and Qitincy, Colorado Coal and Metropolitan Elevated were most prominent. SubseiiuC'iit.y a reaction of YA to ' ps-r cent, took place, but ihe depression was of brief duration, mid during the afternoon speculation, alihough ratlier it!ac'.te, was, in the main, strong, and prices tended up ward. The advance, which reached iTs hight at the second board, ranged from to 1 percen'., and was marked in Norfolk and Western preferred r.u.'l East Tenne&see, the improvement in the remainder of the list being merely fraction al. In the late tranaactiona a slight reaction cc curred, but the market became firm again iu the tinal sales, and closed in many instances at the best figures of the day. Juicpiuoud nud Danville, which closed Saturday at 115, sold lip to ll'.s'. fell off to 115, and rallied to 116!; bid. Transactions aggregated 357,000 shares, of which there were of Cauoou Southern IGOv, Central Pacific 24U0, Delaware, Lackawanna aud Western 5tHt, Denver and Rio Grande 40,000, Erie GJ.ooO, Kausns and Texas K.O'JO, Lake Shore 18,000. Michiput Cen tral 4io, MissouriJPacitic 7000, Nurlhwesleru MV'O, New Jersev i:entral 3700, New York Central 1,0:10, Northern Pacific 0n00. Ontario and Western SOtiO, Ohio Central 1600, Pacirlc Mall l:i.ooo. Peoria, De catur and Evausvilie 11.000, Reading 2000, St. Punl :nju0, St. Paul and Omaha SOW, Texas Pacific 1000, I'uitin P.u i:ie 4tHj0, Wabash Pacific 2i, Wt stern Cuion is. COO, liost Tennessee la.Ooo, M .bile and Ohio 5000, Colorado c'ofrl 4.:-00, tmiiainioi'lis, lllomiuton and Wcstcm 4600. Closing qiiota tioiis were: C. P. firsts .1i:. .Hissouri Pacific 1068 Eria seconds loi'i, Mobile & Ohio Lehigd A Wilkes llu, Morris A Kssex i '. St. Joseph.. J0;i-iNash. A Chat 81 St. P. A 8. C. t,.-sts..no1i'N.and W.prefd.... V. P. firsts .llii;i New Jersey Centr'l 57 CP. laud-grants.. .113 Northern Pacific 40 CP. sinking funds. 1224 N'nh'n Pacific prf'd 8l;i T. P. Laud Grants 79 iSorthwestern..... .127 T. P. Bio Grande. tt2J Northwestern prf'd. 140 Adams Express. 144 New York Central. .l.in'i Alton iiTerro Uaule. MJ Ohio Central 27 '4 A. AT. H. pref'd... 95-Ohio & Miseissippi. 42J-J American Express.. ftV-i Ohio A Miss, prel'd.115 B. , C. R. A N . 82- Ontario A Western. 83'4 Canada Southern. 61 Pacific Mai 45 C. .C.A I. C 21H Panama Ceitii's l': Central Pacific 9-V's "P., D. AE 42 Chesapeake ta Ohio. 1:9 ipittsburg ...140 C. AO. lstprei'd.. 40 Reading . G7;a C. A0.2dprct'd. :',4 Rock Uland 135 Chicago & Aitou KilftSt. L. A 8. F 4 Chicago A Alton pfd 1 10- 1st. L. A 8. F. pr'f'd. 7o$ C. B. A Q .140'i!3t L A S.F. 1st pfd..!!.;. C, 8t. L. A N. O Mi'jt. Paul nisij C, 8. A C 51.!8t. Paul preferred l1 C. A C. Wj-s St. P., M. A M HOW Delaware A Huda'n.lO"v Ht. Paul A Omaha... 141 Del. A Lack i-i'St PaitlitOmahapf. 103-jJ DenvarARioS si'Texas Pacific 69, Erie. . 47jei Cuion Pacific 120! Erie preferred 91fJ. 3. Express 73 Fort Wayne 1K8-W., St. L. A P 4M Hannibal A 8t.Joe.. 964! W., 8t L. A P. pr'fd. 89VI H. A St. Joe pref'd. 1i:;;-a'tVells A Fargo's Ex.l3:;' Harlem 215 j Western Union 87 '4 Houston A Texas.. . 85 lEastTenn. lfi'i Illinois Central UJ'East Tenn pr'fd 27'4 I. , B. A W 51?,!Caribon 2,'4 Kansas A Texas 4:rV Central Arizona 1 Lake Erie A Western 47 1 Excelsior. 1' J Lake Shore 122Viioniesiake ... 19 IjjtiisviMeA Nosh.. 9."4. Little Pittsburg 1VX Louisville A r?. A . Be-:ontfio 36 Mar.ACin.ltpr'd..ll7JiQiiickai!ver 14 Mar. A Cin. 2nd 109HiQuicksllvcrprerd .. Gl M. A Charleston.. 75-iSilver Cliff. . 4; MlcaiBiiCa:rjtrl... le;olndrd 21J4 Offered. UEXEBAL TBAOK. The past week has been uneventful in all departments of general trade. The fluctuations of prices have been scarcely worthy of mention, a"e in the ceuentl depression of prices iu meats, bread stuffs, and poultry. Groceries aud feedstuff's con tinue to hold piiees that have ruled nearly all the season, under the influence of high rates of trans portation on the river and freight blockades on the railroads. Cutil these difficulties are over come lower prices may not be expected : on the contrary, the prospects are good for an advance. Business yesterday (Monday) was ouly fair, and almost exclusively contini-J to retail orders from the country. There was no change in prices wor thy of mention, though there is apparent a down ward tendency in leading articles of trade. Quntntiiini i.riow are ftr round lots of fAr Utncling and at ti rotiroittt dfpntj. t,n4 lnct,'te neither dratape Mturtuje, nor uthrr eruetisr otttttne oj 1U1 i.rs (reiyh and 'elmriet up la llie time oj arrimii. SMing and tfnre Kdtt areul htglirT rale; at Iney include drayage, ttorage and profit of the dealer. FEED Tendency toward decline in prices. Corn sales ear corn at 80(tt81c: shelled atMrnMc. Oats sales of dray-loads at 55l-j656c from levee Bran tsi 50. Hay timothy, f22a23; prairie, medi um. diilj at 1-10 by the car-load. In store, corn quoted 84(.s5r- oatl, ffi&.V, bran, f I 2J1 25; hay, Jl 20(1 25: prairie,' 6cig;ilc. FLOUR Weaker and dull; decline looked for. Jobbing prices jHiuble extra, t4 6j(i5; treble ex tra. 15 OS6 to; family, 6 256 50; choice. 90(i 7 25: fancy. J 75((4; fancy patents, jrt 50i9. Store prices 2.V higher. CORNME.4L Dull; trausnctloiis in job lots at $3 45 fmm store. FRl'ITS Oranges, nominally W 50(97 a box; none iu market. Lemons, 3.t5 ;i0 ik.t box. Bananas, SI 50s2 50 per bunch. Coeoanuts. new, itiili ;0 a huiidretl. l'eaiiuts. Virginia, hand-picked, sic; Tennessee red, 6V.',t7c: white, 7Vtc; roasltl 2. higher: shelled, 10c. Almonds, 22c. Texas pe cans, s.l4c: Arkansas, 7:g9c, and good deniauil. Engi'sh walnuts. l.Valsc. llll.erls. 12si:ic. Bra zil nute, kt9). Peisliis, 3ji3 25; London layers, S3 50; Imperial, $350; Asiulu:, JJ &n. Brandy clier ries. t-1 is-rdozt.il, and firm. APPLES, ETC. Apples weaker, prices un changed; in store, medium, 3 2V5; fancy, $.".50(0,6. Peaches one-third bushel box, 25t'a50e. Flurot one-third bushel laix, 40c. CraiH-s a case of 24 lioxes, Jl 50; Malaga. balf-barrel,S9; keg, $5 scarce. Cran berries aalc. a 57 POTATOES Iu store, S3 50SaT3, aa4 supply gotsl. VEI1ETABLE9 Onions weak at :t 60: in store. Sl(rtl 50 a barrel. Cabbage demand good at $17 Ier hundred head for IlliuoU. EGGM-Urbk at lhralw. CANNED (KWDS, ETC. Prices ol new stock per dozen : 1 aches, 2 H, standard, $1 90(t2; seconds, $1 75: touialih'S, 2 lbs, standard, SI 2',; seconds, 90 CV.i5c; 3 lbs, $1 50; sccouds. Si 25: strawberries. 81 53; taspliciries, $1 65; black lorries, $1 50: green gages. $1 85al 90; plums, SI 50; lwars, $1 50(al 75: exlra Oyster Bay asparagus, 84 75: grt-cn corn, SI 25 (a2, as to quality; green yeas, SI 50(92 25: cove oysters. $1 30(ij2, full weight: light weight. No. 1, 7 c; No. 2, SI 25; condensed milk, Crown, S6 40; Eagle, SH 25: pine apple. SI 75(2 75. MISCELLANEOUS Hominy ut $5 25 ft barrel; grits, So 50 a barrel. White bt ans new, SI; me dium, nominally S3 25; navy. S4. Michigan dried apples, s1 i- per Hund. Dried ix-aches, 7sa( 81.,c tier iund. Mince meal. Kfii'.ie iu barrels and hulflisrrcli; 9,i'''l2c,lu pails. New ie'lics, 12Vt Us-, iu pal'... liOtt pi. kles -medium, barrels, $.1 50 o:0; half barrels, $5 75(&6'50. i.ew kraql bar-rt-ls, 115; half barrels, 37(ltS. Missouri cltler, SS per barrel, ami SI 75 per half barrel. FlsH Mackerel 12-lb kits, No. 1, '.ineail ; No. 2, 75vis; 15 lbs. No. 1. Sll 10: No. 2, 85vJ5c: half I a-re's. so lbs. No. 1, S-lct'i; No. 2. S3 40:'. 15. Wditc ii-h. mo. I, pc - hnif barrel. S6 5036 75: tm ily, 1 2't'ttl Ui; per tit, SI 21'. iiried tiwrrigs, ja'r btix, 25itic ; North Carolina roe herring, half barrels. Si 50. l'OULTRY Market well supplied: very dull; liens S2 50..V2 75; fine and laii;e. $2 75; young, $lil.V). Turkeys, fts. tieese, bO. Ul'TTER Common, 20(itsjc; metliuui, 24ft'28c; fiiicy dairy, iiS(a30c; New York Goshen, 37ut; crtiiiierv. 3S(a:i9c. CHEESE New factory at 13S14C pcrrund: half cream, l.'s:; full cream, 16c; Young America, 16 17c. BEEF Fore quarters, R($lc: hlnd-quartcrs, ot4 6c: mess, $12 per barrel: $6 50 half-barrels. HOG PRODUCTS Market quiet: mess pork, Sju per barrel ; siigar-cured hams, S13 87a; break fast bacon, $14 ier cwt. Batui, imcked clear sidtsr, Sll S); clear rib, Sll 'J5; shoulder. $9 lot;se, 12--c perewlless. Bulk meats, pat-ked clear sides, $10; clear . W li2j; s''onlders, Ss; loose, 12ic per cw t. Lnrd tierce. 12.S7HV: kogs, I"',?; 20-. pails, 14c, 10-ll. pails. 14'c: S-lb. tins, l'.e GROCERIES Firm: cotlee I2jl2,c for ordina ry. rital:;1 for fair, 14S(0l5c for choice. Sugar Active and firm: Louisiana open kettle, y.y yeMo- clarirteti.iooaio1.-; off white.iov: snuv-wi'itc, lujjC t.ul leu, P-c', lTraiialaicd ttnd uowtkins), 1 1 He-' MolasMis did suu'k exhausted 1 new goods ar riving slowly; new, ikviasoc. Rice Louisiana common, 747lic; prime, Sc; Caniliuo. sHisH4c. Salt f-r car-load, SI 65; from store, SI 70Q1 5 per barrel ; coarse, per sack, $1 50; fine, $1 65. Soap Steady; family, $2 75t3; Gerinau, S3 25 &3 50. BAGGING AND TIES Bagging-flax, 9'a10V; jut, li, to lbs. li.'rfill'ic; mUed, loHQllf. lies undanl makes, Si aoQl ;; plettal and outside brands, tl ad. Twine, 1 7c per lb. NAllU-FirmatSSW. MIDU3. ETC.-lry flint. No. 1,18c; Ko.8,13o; dry salt, laaiae: green. . 6i7o; rreen salt, 8Htgc; aheepskins. 25cric$l '25. Tallow, 7(sc Besswax '2UC. LEATHER. Oak sole, 87ti440oi hemlock, 273300 per V; barurss, S64tk;; ekiruug, KSiOc; rrcucb calf, V10C0 per dozen; domestic calf, $30945 per dozen. . . WOOL. Tnbwashed, 2732c ; unwashed, 15(S22c; burrv, iri(gi6c. BRICKS. Hani, $1.1 50; soft, $9 a thousand ; fire baek, SlcM So a hundred. LIME AND CEMENT. Alabama lime, 95c$l a barrel; Tennessee, small barrels, 8590c ; Louis ville cement. St 70;4l 75 a barrel; Rosedale cement, $2 25a barrel; Portland, So. Plaster Paris. $2 50. Live Stock Market. BZal J. LaCroix, of the Memphis Stock Yard, Second street. Chelsea, reiorts as follows: Cattle Smooth, fat oxen, weighing from 1000 to 1500 pounds, per pound, 3;ig:!c; rough oxen and cows, in good condition, per pound, 2(ii3c; fat heifers and cows, per pound, ."nlHc: choice grass cattle, Z 4 Vic ; fair to medium grass cattle, 2lc: common grass cuttle, IJaS-c- SitnEf Choice, per lb. 3!a4c; medium, per lb, 33$3'4c : common, per heao, stl 50. Lamhs Choke, ier head, $3y3 DO; medium, tl 2 50. Hoes doice corn, per lb, GaiSKc; medium, 5 (tliis?: common. 4(.c5e. Cows and Cai.vcs lliich cows with young reives, per head, Sls:i5; jcor'.ings, per head, $4 The Horse anil Hnls Marker. MULES No. 1 dray mules, 16 to lt.. S17532JS: 15, to 16, $150.0175; 15 tOln4, S 25150; 14i io 15. uonc in mi'rket. H jRSEi G iod driving, 5125(4200; heavy drift, none 011 the market: saddle horses, 41403225: plugs, $ 1675. t:r TEl.lMK.iPU NEW Y0i:K.Novcm')cr7. Flour heavy; snperflne wcslerll and State, S3 9uri5 15. WheJt, ; to lc low er, closing heavy; ungraded red, SI 2Wtjl 42. Cotlts steadv; Uio, cargoes, q;iot'-si 8.li;12;ic. Sugar quiet but firm: hiirtogood rcliniiigquotedsJs'SS'.r.e. Mo lssses quiet; New Orleans, new crop, 95c(xjl ; old cr:p, iWtX'c. Pork dull, weak 'and uouiiiiul; old mess, quoted $17 25. Liird lirm; prime steam, 11.17c. I.OUI5VILL!". Novemlier 7. Flour steady; extra, S5 -'0 !,5 75; extra family, $5 756: higher grades, 16 50 a 6 75; choice fancy, S7 75ii6 25. Wheat dull an-4 fewer, $1 S2tal 35. Corn easier: No. 2 white, 71Hc; No. 2 mixed, 67Hc. Oats ditil, weak aud lower; No, 2 white, 46c; No. 2 mixed, 44c. Rye steady; No 2, SI 12. Pork and prime steam lard nominal. Bnik nicats steady; shoulders, none; clear rib, 94c; clear sides, U.'-c. Bacon steady ; shoulders, &Hc; clear rib, lu'-c; clear, llVsc Sugar-cured hams, 139l4c vvliisky inactive, SI 10. CINCINNATI, Novemlier 7. Flonr dull; fam ily, S6 25(56 60; fancy, $6 757 50. Wheat fair demand, bnt at lower rates; No. 2 red winter, SI 35.I :!7. Corn good demand but at lower rates; No. 2 mixed, 45e. Kye dull aud nominal, SI 05. Barlev dull; No. 2 fall, SI 12- Pork dull and nom iual, S18J5U. Larddull, llH,c. (Bulk meats scarce and firm: shoulders, Cr'fi: clear rib, 85-gC. Bacon scarce and firm: shoulders, 8;4C: clear rib, lo.c; clear, 11c. Whisky unsettled and lower. $110; closed at tl 09; combination sales of.nnisbed goods, 1142 barrels, ou a basis of SI 10. Butter dull; creamery. 37c; choice western reserve, 26c; choice Central Ohio, 20c ' ST LOUIS, November 7. Flour npper grades nuchanged. Wheat opened lower, advanced, became very unsettled and closet! lirmer: No. 2 red, $1 41 cash, tl 4614 Dec. lnber, SI 49 Janu-uai-y. SI 42 February, $132 tho year: sales ranged at $1 3111 :X Deo mber, $1 S7-sl 39 January, $1 40!4(ijl 42 February; No. 3 red, tl 24(ijl 25J,; No. 4 red, tl 11 biti. Corn very unsettled; 603 WJjfc cash, 62' ; December, January. 63! February. 67c May; sales ranged at 62(61JhC De cember, iWJ62'-ic January, 64,((i35itC February, 66I867;;c May. Oats slow, 42Ji&42;4(lt42c No-vciulK-'r. 4.:-a(ti43!4'c December. 45i.c January, 4S 47; o May. Rye lower to sell, 92J-J: bid. W hisky lower, SI 11. Pork dull, $17. Dry salt meat, dull and lower, 78.J 8.90jt'J.20e. Bacon dull; no sales. Lard nominal. NEW ORLEANS, Novsmbor 6. Flour qnietand weak; superfine, S5 25; double extra, $." 7SS6: treb e extra, S6 2.(6 50; higher grades. $6 Si& 7 7". Cora casiei; mixed, 7c; while, 82e. Oavs tiuiet. fxic. Coruuieal steidy; new, S3 65: old. S3 25 ii3 50. Hay duit; prime, $26; choice, $27(o)28. Pork quiet and weak at $17 87. Lard quiet but stsudy; refined tierce, 12'4(9l2V.c: keg. 13c. Bulk meuts firmer; shoulders, packed, 7". Bacon scarce and firm: shoulders. tli&ye; cleat rib, 10jii0?-c: no clear. Sugar-cured liams steadv; new canvosed quoted at 1314e, as in sure; old unsalnOlc. Whisky firm; western rectified, $1(9 1 12. (ailfceqiiici but steady; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, y(nl2e. Sugar demand active; infe rior, 6c; common, 6J4c; fair, 7c; yellow clarified, K?-sSS!5je. Molasses ticaiiy; centrifugal, 4756c; fair, hz-. 53c; prime, 5(S":8c; strictly prime, G0c Rice Louisiunu, ordinary to choice, 44$t7c. CHICAGO, November 7. Floor quiet and weak; common to choice Western springs. Si &0i6 75; common to fancy Minnesota, $5 25;o7 50; patents, $7 50i9 25: fair to choice winter wheats, S6 50 7 75: fancy, $K; low grades, $3 50(5. Wheat uusetlletl but gener-.lly lower, closing higher; Ko. 2 Chicago spring, SI 26 cash and November, tl 27 Deccmlter, SI 26 tho year, SI 29 January. Corn easier but not quotably lower; blt&y'Ka cash, 57ri57Hc November, 5sc December. 58?-6c January, it!7 ic May. Oats unsettled and lower, 42c cash, 42'c November, 42Vjc December, 42iic January, 44jC May. Rye steatly, $1 40. Barley steady. $1 0,1. Poru uusettled but lower; $15 50 cash, November, Pect-mber, and the year, $16 82 (alti 85 January, $17 Februa.y. Lard in fair demand but at lower rales; 10. 70(10. 75c cash and Novemr-er. 10.7510.soc Decembr 10.70c the vear, 10.92(Otlo.'J5c January, 11.0.'k311.07H: February. Bulk mcita st- ady wilh a fair demand : shoulders, 6'c; short rib. 8.55c; short clear, 9c. Whisk) duU and lower, $1 14. Call. Wheat unsettled but generally lower; $1 26'4 November. SI 20m Decembtr, SI 2 Janu ary. C'orn ULisetlled but tie-.lernliy lower: fss jC De cember. "sS.5s.-Mc January. 6:ljs--'i64c Mavl Oats dull and loner; 4-'Hc Dceember. 41?4'K42c January, fsijyijiifc May. Pork firmer but not quotably higher. Lard firmer but not quotably higher. DRY WOODS. NEW YOr.K. November ".Cotton goods were fairly active. Iltisinr-ss was generally quiet with package houses, uuti light with jobbers. Woolen goods were qu'et nnd nnn. Prints were iu light deiiiautl. C-ottou goods were very strong, wilh an upward tendency. Atlantic OO brown cottons and Cabot bleached shirtings have been advanced by ajreLU. A CAttD. To all vrho are suffering from tho errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, less of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that Will cure jou, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was dicovered by a missionary in Sonth America, gead a self-addressed envelope to th Rv Trwtps T. Tmnttn. Station TV. VfW YoHr fSlv MACJOEIA UiLM or x THios complexion betrays BOHiO Iiuniilialiii imperfec tion, -whose mirror tells you that yon are Tanned, Sallow H2di3jlgured in countenance, v.- tfrovO Eruptions, lieduess, Is3nglines3 or unwholesome kei complexion, wo say J?"gan's ilagnolia Balm. eia delicate, harmless and delightful article, prodncing the most natural ana entranc ing tints, the artiUciality of which no observer can detect, and which soon becomes per maaent if the Magnolia, Balm isjuOlciousJy used. KOOFIXO, v -. ; . T7 rs"2 A4jC..iiua. l?or Buildings of all Classes Tor circulars nd price cltire 7. G. HYHDKAN t5s CO, C1'TI-AT1. x. Or to JfOIIItrMADiOniJe.Oen'I Asjesit, Wo. loft Main St., WmipMs. Terns. OFXSltllllf. A. J. VIENNA, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN C?nus, It if 3cm, Pistols, Amiuttaition and Fishing TfioVI", 345 Main strettRlemphisJenn. RROKF.RS. THY IT. WHEAT. $20, $50, $100, Invested in onr new and itiiy sale plan of Hptsti ulatiiia; n H liexl NIookM, nr., quick an lsrjre prollui. Now is the best season to takt hold. Writo for our pamphlet, etc., giving par titulars. Sent Free. Flemsino A UllJF.l Brokers, 170 Washington Street, Chicago, Ills S250 Stocks, 5.!i00 rexen. Excursions, Picnics, Clubs, PARTIES, HOTELS & FAMILIES. CLEAR or" MIXED Cooled oa Ice. WJth Fine Ico. A nr 1 1 ri niit noiuir -jl n UstlUIUKU uniiii 'or l"e iu Families, Hotel, Cluiv, FjculeM, i'urfjt, ea, XtostOBI C H. GRAVES . IQNtC !3Sl JH H f-'lk Amm if. SIO $10, $500 ma I Hi I iSitrUllCn Rob ranch wM It. popnlarliy 10 th purtiy ann nnulslia flavor or fta na poneota. The drllrlono, rooll.g In lee ol Selected Llmea and Lsnons nalM as (.riiua fHirr-edlrnla with 4 huiee Int. ported l.lqnora in thla tlella;htfal artl rl..linpsrla tonic 4nalllr. Isianly ap proved by pbyaieiana. v.lw?T7ht wide Popularity of HTJ3 PCNCH has led to the appearance of inferior imi tations composed of cheap, deleterious material, and utterly uu worthy of patronage. Reject these, and see that you obtain the genuine, with ihe name of " THE HUB PUNCH REU13TEREP" blowniu tho glass, also the name of theproprle. To.0,;Jha capsule over the coik of each bottla. Ail Infringements will be promptly prosecuted. Bold by Grocers, Wine MerchanU and Drng1sti C. II. t'raTeg& Sons, Prop's, BostoiiyMass. Trade supplied by -:. , ' B. JT. VEatafES t CO, Mt BsphJa, PORT OF MEMPHIS. TUHEaS L.KAVINQ TO-uAT. Helena. .Bstit.MACsJtADT.Crlder, 5 p.m. 8t. Francis f iv. Miik Davis, Joplln, S p.m. Vicksburg Cm GkKSKviLLk, Bryan, 10a.m. New Orleans Carrier, McConnell, S p.m. Cottonwood PL.Tiuut, Flowers, S p.m. St Louis. .....city or Yicksbubo, Riley, S p.m. Cincinnati Goldim Rtjus, Shinkle, 10 a.m. WILL LEAVE AS ADVERTISED. flan Point James Ik, Wednesday, 5 p.m. White River. Haju Cash. Wednesday, 5 p.m. Arkansas River. Marlin Speed. Wednesday, 5 p.m. Osceola, ..Coahoma, Wednesday, S p.m. Arkansas Clty....DEAK Adams, Thursday, 5 pm. Cincinnati. . Jakes W. Garr, Friday, 5 p.m. ItOTEMEUTS AT THE ,ET1'E. Arrfiufs. Grand Tower, Vicksburg; James Lee. FriarsPoint; Dean Adams. Arkansas City; Marlin 8iH?ea, Arkansas river: Rene Macreadv, Helena; Coahoma, Osceola; Mark Twain, Ha'iles Point; City of Helena, St. Louis; City of Providence, St. Louis; Bella Crooks. Louisville; E. Macallister, Evausvilie. Drpartures. Gold Dust. Vicksburg: Grand Tow er, St. Louis; City ol Helena, St. Louis; Dean Ad ams, Arkansas City; James Lee, Friars Point: Belle Crooks, Red river; Mark Twain, Hailes Point: Coahoma, Osceola. ,.fVoal " Port Marlin Speed, Rene Macready, Mike Davis, City of Greenville and E. Macallister. Boatt Due Dora. Tiger and Carrier. ,.,Ban'. lhK Hard Cash, Golden Rule and Cily of Vicksburg. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Grand Tower 116 bales cotton, 740 sks seed, lot sundries. Dean Adams 562 bales cntton,42 bgs seed-cotton, 123 sks seed. 50 pkgs sundries. Coahoma 345 bales cotton, 27 bgs seed-cotton, 1078 sks seed, 16 pkgs sundries. James Lee 558 bales cotton, 10 tgi seed-cotton, 1316 sks seed, 14 pkgs sundries. Mark Twain 221 bales cotton, 8 bgi seed cotton 442 sks seed, 7 pkgs merchandise. Marlin Speed brought out of Arkansas river 365 bales cotton, 400 sks sees, 15 pkgs sundries. Rene Macready 82 bales cotton, 5 bgs seed cotton, 437 sks seed, 2 head stock, 25 pkgs merchan dise. City of Greenville 150 brls flour, 200 brls meal 235 pkgs lird, JO pkgs butter, 203 bxa crackers, 200 sks oats, 50 sks wheat, 5 sks rye, 1 horse and buggy. City of Helena 1283 dry barrels, 19 wet barrels, 2540 sks grain, 535 pkgs lard, 20 tea hams, 12 pet bagging, 466 bales nay, 71 bales cotton, 1912 pkgs merchandise. K1YER NOTES. Kiver 17 feet 2 inches rise 3 iuches. The Gold Dust took on CO tons oi freight aa sue paaseu soma ouuuay. Receipts by river since our last report: 2155 bales cotton, 90 bags ssed-cotton and 4536 sacks seed. The Carrier, Captain Alexander McCon nell, is the Anchor-liner this evening at 5 o'clock for New Orleans. The Grand Tower passed up Sunday after noon, - adding 786 balos compressed cotton for re shipment at Cairo. Business was eood in river circles yester day, local packets leaving with line trips, includ ing goad passenger lists. The Golden Rule was due up from New Orleans for the Ohio river, and will get here 310 bales cotton Ior the Cannellton mills. The City of Helena had 6858 packages for Memphis yesterday, and returned at the usual hour with a lot of upper yid freight. The Mike Davis, Captain O. K. Joplin, is the packet this evening at 6 o'clock for all points on SL Francis river. A. L. Banning is her atten tive clerk. The City of Vicksburg, Captain Robert K. Riley, is the Anchor-line packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. W. c. Blenker 4s ber clerk. The Tiger, Captain William Flowers, will leave this evening at 5 o'clock for Cottonwood Point and all way landings. Kneel Booker has charge of her office. The City of Greenville, Captain Joseph Bryan, is the Anchor-line boat this morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. Charles Quesnei is her clerk. The Future City passed down yesterday afternoon, dropping two barges loaded with ice here for Memphis consumption, and added a lot of oil -cake across the river. The Rene Macready, Captain E. P. Crider on trio roof, is the Lee-liner this evening at 5 o'chx'k for Helena and all way landings. Charles Bourne has charge of her otlit e. The Marlin Speed, Captain J. J. Darragh, is the packet to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock for all points on Arkansas river. Charles Musseinian and George Cunuinghain are her clerks. The E. Macallister, a new sawmill boat, came in from Evansville yesterday evening, ap- Sarently looking for somclhiug to "chaw" on. ler owners have not yet decided what to do with her. The Hard Cash, Captain Ed C. Postal, will arrive to day and leave again to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock for all polnls ou White river, going through lo Jacksonport. Charles M. Postal in the ortice. Captain George Keith, late master of the steamer Joseph Kltincy, and a popular and exjie rieneed officer, took command of the steamer Fan nie STatumiSaturduy, Captain Conway taking po sition of chief clerk. Joe Caflrey, mate of the Dean Adams, who was shot by a negro passenger some time ago, has sufficiently recovered from his weund to resume work, aud went out in charge of the decks of the Adams yesterday evening. The elegant passenger packet Golden Rule, Captain O. P. Shinkle, w ill pass up this morning at 10 o'clock for Cairo. Louisville, Cincinnati, aud all intermediate points on the Ohio river. Albert Bhinkle presides in ber office. The City of Greenville arrived from St. Louis at noon yesterday having 1140 pack at es for Memphis, besides a good lot of freight for Vicks burg and points down the river, for which deatlna t on she leaves at '"o'clock this monii.g. Green Hillsj; .aierly steward of the Charlei Morgan, occupies the same position on the city of Greenville, iu place ol Sam Lees, retired. Major Hill has an excellent reputation as steward, and will keep up the reputation of the Greenville for orderly cabins aud splendidly set tables. The Belle Crooks, a small but dnisy-look-lnglttlehlndwhee!cr, reccnJlyCbuilt at Louisville lor upper .Red river, passed south early yesterday morning. She landed here about an hour, long enough to be inspected and admired by the best judges in the science of river architettnre to be fouudon the lii.e of the Great Father of Waters. Her cabin was a perfect little bijou. A letter from Captain R, V. Wise, printed elsewhere, approximates the time of arrival of the James W. Gall at this port from Cincinnati the first of the Memphis and Ohio river packets since Noah dreamed the plans and specifications of the ark. As the letter relates, the Gaff has made got d use of ber idle months in being rejuvenated, ai d is in splendid condition for the crowds of busineis the reputation of ber officers always wins for her. Mr. James Surtees, who was on the V'irgie Lee last season, is chief clerk of the GafT, while Bib Wise commands. Captain R. W. Ligbtburne is Memphis Superintendent as usual. Tao Flasyablp or the Memphis aud Ohio Klver Packet Liu.. LomsviLLK, November 6, 1SSI. River Editor of the Memphis Appeal: Dear Sir The steamer James W. Gaff win arrive about Thursday next and leave on Fri day. She is just off the docks, is thoroughly re paired and newly painted inside and out, and now has as handsome a cabin as any boat on the river. Yours, etc. B, W. WISE, Master. KITEKS AVS WKATlIEat. Omci SISIC1L 8KXVICB rj. B. A. 1 Mimphis, November 7, isgi. J The following observations are taken at the same moment of time at ell the stations named: Above n i wat'tt. i.'uanges. Rice inches. Fall inches. Feet Pieties Cairo .. Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque Helena Keokuk Leavenworth. . Little Rock Louisville Memphis ... Nashville New Orleans. . . Pittsburg. Shreveport St. Louis Vicksburg 24 10 1.1 15 "l7 7 11 3 13 17 3 10 1 15 24 21 METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Bar. Thar. Wind. Weather. 6:08 a.m. 29.895 M E. Cloudy. 2:08 p.m. 29.R91 63 8. Fair. 10:0d p.m. 29.974 57 S.E. Clear. atsxiiuum Laermometer. ..... Minimum thermometer. 5J. BY TELEGRAPH. Wa Drt't. U. 8. Army. Signal Sirvici, I ' Monday. November 7, 1S81, 10 p.m. Place of Wind. jWeath- Observation. Bar. Ther. Dlrec. Force. I er. Chattanooga.': 30.11 64 "s. Fresh-, iciear. Galveston 29.88 70 P, Fresh. IClear. Intlianola 29,82 76 8. Fresh. IClear. Louisville..-. 29.97 58 B E. Fresh. jFoggy. Memphis 29.97 57 S.E. Fresh, iciear. Nashville 30.00 59 S. Light, iciear. New Orleans Shreveport. 29.K4 66 8. Fresh. iCicar. Vickstunt 29.99 61 8.K. Fresh. Iciear. Little Rock... 29.S9 58 8.K. Fresh. Clear. Port Eads 30.03 67 E. Fresh. Iciear. NASHVILLE, November 7. River falling, with 2 feet 4-10 inches by the gauge. WHEELING. November7. Rlver3 feet 10 inches, and fulling. Weather raining. NEW ORLEANS, November 7. Weather cloudy , thermometer 66". No arrivals or departures. P1TT8BURG, November 7. Noon River 1 font 5 inches on the gauge, and stationary. Weather cool and raining. Night River 1 foot 6 inches on the gauge, and rising. Weather cloudy and rainy. PT. LOUIS, November 7. Night River station ary, and now stands 34 feet a inche by trie S autre. Weather cloudy and cool, Arrived: Belle iemphis, Vicksburg. Departed: Ste. Genevieve, Memphis. CINCINNATI, Novembcr7. Noon River 10 feet 5 inches, and falling' Weather cloudy and pleas ant. Night River 10 feet 8 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy and cool. Departed: Kate Kin ney, New Orleans. ' VICKSBURG, November 7. Weather clear: thermometer 643. River fallen 2 inches, and now stands 23 feet by the gauge. .Up: Henry Frank, 1 p.m. Down: John A. Scudder. noon : Charles P. Chouteau, 10 a.m. Arrived: City of Providence, 7 a.m. CAIRO.November 7. Noon Weather cloud v and warm. Arrived : Carrier, St. Louis, 1 a.m. ;"l'Es pernuza, Cincinnati, 4 p.m. Sight River 26 feet, and rising. Weather fair; thermometer 59c. Ar rived: Commonwealth, Memphis, 1p.m.; Grand Tower, Vicksburg, 7 p.m. Departed: Common wealth, St. Louis, 2 p.m.; l'Esperanza, south, 2 p.m.; Carrier, New Orleans, 5 p.m. KVAN8VTLLK, November 7. Koon River fall ing, with 3 feet 5 inches on the gauge. Weather cloudy and mild, with a light rain from 11 last night till 8 a.m.; thermometer 52 to 60- The Dexter left the Sharp McDonald, Alice Bmwn and Will Kyle below the Sisters. Night River rising with 3 feet 5 inches ou the ganbii.' Weather cloudy and mild, wiiha misty rain since noon; thermometer 62 Business active. LOUISVILLE, November 7. Noon River sta tionary, with 6 feet 6 iuches in the canal, and 4 feet 6 inches in the chute ou the falls. Weather cloudy and pleasant, with light rain last night and this morning. Mary Houston, last night, Cincin nati to New Orleans. Night River stationary with 6 feet inches in the canal, and 4 feet 9 inches in the chute on the falls. Business good. Weather cloudy and chilly, with a drizzling rain this afternoon. The new Anchor-liner City uf Baton Rouge, Captain Pink Varble at the wheel attempted to descend the falls this afternoon and grounded on the left-hand reef of the ehute, below the dam, opposite the old lime-kiln. She will be compelled to lay there till the river rises. KOTllESTI OsT OCEAN STEAHEIW. HAMBURG. November 7 Arrived: AUemania, GI.AKGQW, November 7. Arrived: aebraaka. New York. State of FARTHER POINT.November 7. Arrived vlan and Peruvian, LlverpooL Mora- LONDON, November 7. Arrived out; Roma and Leasing, New York. City ol LIVERPOOL, November 7.-The Montreal, from Montreal, lost 200 sheep in a gale. .. NE, ?I'LEIf 9. November 7.-Arried: Guard toi, e J'W11: Now Orleans aud Algiers, New 1 ork ; City of Mexico, Vera Crux, NEW YORK. November 7.-Arrived: Rhenania, Hamburg; Ethiopia. Glasgow; Rotterdam, Botter .i?i?!(t Liverpool; Hermann, Boston; Gen eral W order, Bremen. THIS PAPET I al flea vt' It O I L,E It-M A K KKiS. Robert Lewis, Daniel Shea, F. McCabtt. E.LEWIS & CO. BOILER Hit ATryffrs Copper and Sheetiron Work AND CONTRACTORS. All work done promptly, day or night. Terms cash. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Xemphis. WKSTTIINf!B. NO. 61 SECOND ST. EDUCATIOXAI. BATABD TAYLOR, Pott and 2W alcr, said: "I take great pleasure in recommend ing to parents the Academy of Mr. S within C Bhortlidge.' Hon. FERNA JTDO WOOD, M.C., said (1880J: " I cheerfully consent to the use of my nam s "reference. My boys will return to you (for fourth year! a: niter lueir vacation. ror new illustrate! circular address 8 WITHIN C. SHORTLIDGE, A.M., Harvard University Grad nate. MEDIA. PA.. 12 miles from Philadelphia, CECILIAN COLLEGE. CECIMAN P. O., Hardin Co , Ky. Board, etc, 20 weeks, club rate, t30. Send for catalogue. Miss HigbeeV School TOPP PLACE, Koale) and Landerdala Streeta, Memphis. CLASSES RESUMED ON MONDAY, SEPT. 12. 1881. Location eminently suited to school purposes, and situation retired; bonse commodi ous, pleasure grounds extensive. Every facility ottered for thorough culture in English Branches, Languages, Music and Ait. French and German taught by native teachers. Boarding pupils re ceived in the family of the Principal. Circulars at the bookstores. BELLETinE HIGH SCHOOL, BEDFORD COUBiTiH VIBfJISIA On Norfolk and Western R. R., 15 miles wet of Lynchburg. Yonng men and boys prepared; or university or for business. Beautiful and bealtny location. Able corps of teachers: thorough in struction. Liberal provision for the accommoda tion and comfort of students. For catalogues con taining information, address W. R. A BHOT. Principal. Bellevne P. O.. Vs. Christian Brothers' COLLEGE, No. 282 Adams street, Memphis. THIS Institution atrortt. E7Wi ay-4rs fiorti a ough Classical, Scientific and Commercial Education. Studies wilt be resumed MONDAY, September 5, 1SS1. For Board. Tuition, Music, etc., apply to BkOTHER MAITRELIAN, President. BIRDS. ZatZZIAtZPSXS BIRD STORE AND WIREWORKS SO. 211 MAIM STatEET. Just received my first supply of the Season, a large lot of those fine Hartz SConntaiu Canaries, in full song, wbiah will be sold at the Lowest Mar ket Price. Orders by mail promptly and satisfac torily filled. In stock a fully supply of BIRD CAGES of EVERY DESCRIPTION, Winter Grasses, Hanging Baskets, Vases, Pot tery, Shells oi Every Description. Agency of the Celebrated DETROIT STEEL DOOR. FRAMS AND JAMB SAFES, a. Telephone your Orders. .a CHARLES J. SCHERER, PROP'R. BELTIXU. J. H. COFFIN & CO. WHOLESALE Coal Oil Linseed, Lard, Lubricating' and Ma chinery Oils, Engineers' Supplies. AGENTS FOR New York Belting and racking Co Standard Rubber Belting and Packing. J. B. Hojt & CoTs-Standard Leather Belting, Shultz Rawhide Leather Belting, Rawhide Lace Leather. MANILLA & SISAL ROPE, Oaknm, Pitch, fool-Tar, Pine-Tar and BoHin, Tackle Blocks. LIQUORS. IMPORTER AND DEALER OT Wines, Liquors, AND CIGARS, 322 Front St., Between Monroe and Union. Memphis NOTICES. Kotlee af ppllralion for Dnnliente of Eoat l erlllicate or Railroad Ntoefa, Metupbia and Cbarleaton R.R. NOTICE is hereby given, that Certificate No. 1417. for 16 Shares Capital Stock of the Mem phis and Charleston Railroad Company, in the name of A. McDonald, and dated Memphis, Tenn., Mareh 26, 1861, has been stolen from me or is lost, aud that I have made application to the Treasurer and Secretary of said company for a duplicate of the same. MARY A. McDONALD, , ,, M Adm'rx of A. McDonald. Ashland, Mlns.. October 10, lwu. tne s3 Cil jnsjmaiw, ot -jveir aesenptinn of C'lrrnli-r, Mill, VnKka. -I T .1 T v.. . Mi My, tSSi Bl Sa TSI f 2$F " "' -ian.lrt-iM lunt Hooka, Haw Ciammera, UpKa,aaMl all Saw and Plan In a Mill Snpidic; Sci. JjUuutecturt. of I-otkwood'. Pnteat Matted Clrcnlor Saw. LTF.HY SAW V A It U A N'T iilJcir"Cttref id slteutien to repair work. Asutota TANITE EMERY WHEELS nxiSST Onr New llltistrnled Cnla1gi. mnilytl free ou appl 1 cation. UKNiLltUKMi 1 ui nunHrmu Ijum KDritJ tlebili iHi alm.-t immrfiaw .ad .oodirlul eZniZT Told .nwrCT reta and I foand that' KaaTarlT foS ff:tldUnm iTHr. Mron Xante im a acsa., I preparation of '. i IE 9 JT Jtojrtdv of Mron. JVrM Waa MturH, anti !' pnate., aWaf ed trillt the trurlnUlr A rtnallM. it n-rm aererv ,,rpooe nhrro 111 1 tlttMf 4m J aa.llf ACTHHf B ST THt DR. HASTES MEPICIWE CQ.. 1 SOtTH Mm STStlT. ST. Ullt k Prepared from tropical uuiie and plauta. u ' r if "Li" HI- (Txopic-Fruit Laxative Is an elegant and refreshing fruit lozenge, which serves the pur- pose of pills and the usual time-worn cathartic medicines. It cures Constipation, liil- I iuusness, Headache, Indisposition, Piles, and all kindred ailments. j Extracts from Newspaper Opinions. " It dues Its worfe well and quickly, leaving nodeleteiioua nflereffoeta, but bringing in their Stc.nl refreshing sutlif iu-tioii, lively Hplrlls, and a clear head." Chicago Tribune. " A pleasant conlet-titin, which childhood will be glut! to receive, but whose properties are ICitninof an effect." Cincinnati GaM. f "In no sense a quack medicine, for already it is prescribed by tcatUBK physicians."! law's Globe-Democrat. " It produces no griping, acts easily and naturolty, and is pleasant to the taste." Cairo Journal. ' " Certainly no medical discovery of late years can equal It in vnlue to the human race " aeinnati Commercial. " A ppreeiatcd by those who have occasion to use It, and prescribed by leading physicians " Clereiand Leader. "The mildest amf most efficient aperient we ever used." Osrinaafl A. 0. V- AvUeera. . It has been tried fur costlvenoss by persons connected with tills ptOoe, and found to work like n clmrm." Terrt Han's Express. wwiivu -oosw)"oJVmri uuivt'rs:J u-',c' Bnd ha" a dejnnnd, aUuost unxiunlled;in the drug business." ft.HiSeld0m' " eVer bctoTc.' has an? rWaly Ktown so rapidly in public favor."-aicoffo Mtr- a t;riftsnn' . c,ommcn', R 'nItoine s really meritorious." Baltimore Bnltimortan, Z A Positive and pltww nt remedy lor constipation, etc." ftwio lilts.) 7ansrript. bisto IbrmyiA-Mkoo 18 "lM 11 conuln 1 W cheerfuMv nMmmincnri it T,A,ni V ... w vfniiw, i ip-iiuiy auiipteti. Having none of the diaairreeabla fbi of a pill or ijowder." State Line HeralA. J,,ni tin ...-i.i iui . . . - , .aruvw ,awwswr a'tAM. a aun rwncrr, A plcasantcnre (or convene and its ninHeqnent ilia." Coiro (Ills.) RaBeWa, " The ltizencea are its palntnhle aa the niceat fruit." Waco (Texas) fca!ur .nd c'dldr'en AaVZTtfurr. ihe naU89US cath WcU a-tka martyr, of ladle. ' May be relied npjn as a most liannlet ad n i- t-r," ' -,--1 Trtiptc-KruHtaxatlve la SOLD BY All CottfnTactors and Onrcrc rWEKIAKEBS. G. I Mst fi Bro. UNDERTAKERS! 320 Main Street, Memphis. BURIAL ROBES AND COFFIN HARDWARE. lers by telegraph promptly filled, and Case nt pp ed C. O. D. H. A. THOMS, UNDERTAKEB, 209 MAIN ST. ME2PULS, TENN. T7"i "REPS on band full stock of Coffins, Burial XV Robes, Etc Orders promptly flllnd. J. FLAIIERTY & CO. UNDERTAKERS! 317 and 318 SECOND, MEMPHIAiJ A FULL ASSORTMENT OF METALTC CASX--CJL. ET8 and CASES alway on band: also Robes and Trimmings. ' .Orders by telegraph will receive our promol attention. All goods shipped C. O. D. INSURANCE. North British AJfD MercantUeIns.Co. (79 J ears old). Invested and CASH Fire Assets.. Total Liabilities. 0,047.178 . 9,843,844 M . o,os42 as KIT FIRE SURPLUS Gr. 3D. H.A.I1M"U... AsjCIit, OFFICE WITH Planters Insurance Comp'j of Memphis, 41 MADISON STREET. C. B. WELLF0RD. THOS. WXLLFORD. C. B. WELLF0RD & CO. HESEBAL Insurance Agents, Se. 5 Madison street, Oppaalta ration Eiebasge, Memphis GrIN H0TJ8K8 AND COUNTRY STORES IN- stired at lowest rates. J.J. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHY MTJRP1IY & MURPHY, General Insurance Agents, Km. ft Madison Street, ADJOINING COTTON EX CHANGS, Memphis................ ...... Tennessee. aWOnly the best oompanies. Ginhonses and ijrmn'rv ptorfta a smetair BIUIABD TABLES. THE MONARCH TTAVINO been appointed Agent for the Messrs. A.X J. M. Brunswick A Baike Co.. the cele brated manuaactruers of Billiard Tables and Sup- f,tic. x aiu pre requiring anyl plies. I am prepared to offer inducements to parties tning in uus Hue. sinKFV mmr Peabody Billiard Room. Memphis. Tenn PUBLICATIONS. MARY J. HOLMES. I "Jnst published : Madeline. A splendid new novel by Mrt. Mary J. Jloimem, whose novels sell so enormously, and are read aud re-read wilh such interest, ceauiiruiiy uouna, price "n" Also handsome new editions of Mrs Tl.tlmmi' other works Tempest and Sunshine Lena Riv ers tinin i,yie tana Browning Marian Grey West Lawn Forest Houso etc., etc ALSO. SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS: MAY AGNES FLEMING. A 4 hans-etl Heart. Another intenariv inter esting new novel by May Agnet fkmiiut, author of those capital nove'-Guy Earlscourt's Wife A Wonderful Woman Mad Marriage Silent- and True Lost for a Woman etc. Beautifully bound, price U 60. O. W. C ARI.ETOX C.. Publishers. N. Y. Citv Andrews's Mississippi Digest SUPPLEMENT TO GEORGE'S DIGEST NOW ready for delivery. Price, by 'mall, 110 50. Send orders, with cash, to EYRICH CO.. Jsrksnn. Miss. PLUMBERS. J. W. X. BROWNE, PLU Gas, Pipes, Water Pipes, Sewer Pipes. Lead Pipes, Plumbers' Brass Work, 1 lumbers' Iron Goods, Gas Fixtures and Fittings. Good Work. Low Prices. Wind Mills for Pumping. Telepbone Orders to BROWNE, the PLUMBER, 4Q Mnrliwon'M.. Memphis. tls & Co. (o 819 North Second Street. St. 1 niiic. Ma. nnd VrtmCut Snn. Vninl-.U J Fud.rtril nit miwm- ImaiuM IAiaHSt-1 eat rraruton, nrl lvprpmta, tveaorail B AtoatlMv, Shmal. IMa- tl I Mtet, '! Of Vitml-H it at, A'.ri).,K rrenva- I'loit, Md ftawl.t-l WaMVmfnwnvf : '&rCr&wZ "JW-V fits. 1 lTswi is A1 ' SOEH1 A WHOLESOME CURATIVE. Needed in Every Family. acts gently, effectively, and is delicious to take. Cleansing the system thorcitxhly, it imparts vigor to mind and body, and dispels Melancholy, Hypochondria, etc. A Single Trial Convinces. form and no mercury or deleterious substance In anj tni,s, oia.. D.-n. iv ertroti vw medicine." Sus Jou (Cat. .1 Mercurv. wuti - .tw twun .uu Min- JlfB so tori Commercial DRUGGISTS. Price, 13 and 6o CM. Per Boa. t3 . la WALKER. 'S TTON 00 AND COMMISSION MEECHAUTC . 3i. 27C Front Street, Tear. Cotton Exchange, ..... Memphis, Tenneiaee. sarf.tfcwal ataws malo mm Cotton Coaalnmrata.'Sa ' ! XSusBlosr. Jo J. BUSBY & CO, WHOLESALE I No. 274 Front Street, Memphis. Handling of Cotton a Specialty. Liberal A. M.B5D. AUSTOa A. M. BO YB fc SOUS COTTON So. 264: Front street, A. 8. UTEinORE, Prealdeat, Uveraore Fonnfliy ai Macle Co NOS. 160 to 174 ADAMS STREET. MEMPRTS. COTTON PRESSES oegmenn ana rinions lor uin u earing, Engines, Iron and Brass Cartinfta, Steam Pumps, Governors, Hancock. Inspirators, Brass Goods, Pipe aud Fittings, Iron Fencing. General Repairs. And Everything in the Line. arsEND f OR CATALOGUE. ( PORTERJAYLORCO mm AWD- WHOLESAip STo. SOO FKONT STBEET - MEMPHIS. W. T. Bowdre. Booth G. BOWDRE, SV1AL0NE & CO. COTTON 286 Front street &TCh0arnIk Memphis, Tenn TJ nRl l.vvt via- h STOVES, GRATES, MANTEL HARDWARE, HOLLO W" WARE & CASTINGS, BOE.B AOEHTS FOB TAN'S WROUGHT IBON KAKGE. ' . Ala auaalaetara Plalsi nnd Japanned Tinware, Copper nnd NrtretlM Tim atooOas, Bpontlnic. Clntterlns; nnd nil Kinds or Jobbing f No, 394 Main Street, t i - M. IU. MF.ACHAH. WHOLESALE GROG EF1S AND No. 9 Union BILIi ARB COTTON And General Commission MAmi!1 -w-a-na, SHI -am. aJ"MSjlJ , a NOS. 302 AND 304 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, i- t Hew Hardware HouStft Late of Langstaff, Graham dt'proudUL 1. A. si a mm a -r t... -i.k - a niHI atnuswau, ui-uuu a rrouanii GRAHAM. COUSINS & nn IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN V HARDWARE. TINWARE. CUTLERY un, am and Leather feeltlna, T. Safes, Champion Iron Fence ICo. 325 Main Street. y -n.7aaaaSSt3S THLnfi. ..A.LGTii:!lR?AM PROpDKT. KXFIRINO BY LIBfTTATION JTDrK 1. last- wTllbehofrierdVrn cupied by Joyner, Lemmon A Gale). Thankluf for JAVJAW JlilTV P BA VT.T ti o. a ?. A Corner fjJ "5 ff'aS Gln-eaarlnar. Mnafslnsr nnd Pulleys, lr.. -M it I. Work In u mMTniMr o nn i Cotton Factors & Wholesale GrocersD ) 296-298 Front St., Memplilg, Teun. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors, Commission Mercli'tar i xs w. uu nouiu ojanin street, St, JLouIs. r M. Sjlavia. Jonn BaUlvan. Wholesale Oroeers, Cotton factors And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front SL, Memphis, Tenn, Between Adsuns tusd Jenraa Onr LM. BAINET devotes his whole time lo the ESTABLISHED 1849. TOYS, TOYS! IN GREATER TARIETI TUaS ETER BEFORE. Largest Stock and Elegant Goods Cheap. SPEOHT & W.ALTER, WHOLESALE C0NFECTI0NEHS, a7 Msullaon IVtx-ea 3aoXsxaxla.taB. JAKEa Toiaa, F. Ef. WtUTa. J.W.Caldwell M . y . a90B8 TO F. M. "TCTvr- " VA". X. B. WAUKXX. SMI &aMG! FACTOR T oTi n ta. Toot Cash Advances Made on Conslgamest BOTD. 1RBT BOTD. FACTORS, corner Court, MempI 1 1 a. A. TA'JX'M, Sacrataxy, AND COTTON GDIS, FACTORS COTTON FACTORS -a GROCERS, Halone. S. P. Bowdre. FACTOilS, i. uivfut nm. : t Menipliis. Ter .-i aXllV n. K. MCA St., Memphis & CC FACTORS i. r roirniirs. r n v tTrL vl VR11 srotbexs A Co. f" ' at ' COTTON FACTORS a sv -y i i V. Bradford's Mllla, Fatraanka'a laalla. f and AarlcaltcraJ Implements, V . IvTomnl.t., ravAn ii favori; w. aATr respSuii? lomBl" T GRAHAM, COC'SISa A CO. ) CMctafteM1' Second and TUTlnai...- ssJ L- MANTJFACTUEKE8 OF ; Misbett, Brooks, Albertgon and Allea 1 1 the Foundry and Machine ShonUtijrti TUos. Clark. Weighing and Rate nt .11 r.. T . aaaal o ' nUon, , , ?rt 7 l! Ml 'ff (1 i i!1 7! 3 1 . 7 I W . VaV i J M 7 : Mil. s