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TH E M JMJPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, DECEMBER .13, 1881.
K J . , i ! . r on .. ; - i'l . - . v.-.t , M-iin. i sii.n oh i.i:k .-;?: -i It,V;r.- Ci.nntr. five ' . - nr i ) arrcs . - .- . Vr'.ilc a.-any Vll-.-- . v : n . v. ; : i v '. -. y. i "!"r. Miss., !..' ' . Y "T i . ,-.1 T.--V -X.r jf.T. M.". : - , . - -.i g.n. Seii 1.0iT. ii " Ki Tura to 1 Utl I I. . -. .- tri.Vf.iKne.1. 9 n rV -onnxt road, n ic: : ! '" rrtrty l.-H II now t V - MOI.V V. r. s. - ' . ir K !i'-: k. fnua 4, - ' . T fi .-( "o'...crv, io. . , i . 1 . - i if" t: C ''- w-.f im-t !.r :v 1"' hn"l Mah, .1 : .- n',. -: t in f r-v.. hi n , , f . . . , u i r .! ., m.'i" i - - :..! k is a'.oiit t . t t - K. V AMSOS. I. Mitm n oh sni-E ' i . : rc 1. J on leil . h i . . v. i. two : : av. J 12 tArs. rt1 - .. .v :: lr,i r li V M. r J." 4 J.-- K tM S AM) HOAliD. : : TTI '-A? tM'v.f, Arit-in- . r.' w . r.vr. ;r.Tve r.i: atoe . :t vr.. or )w I ii I A- "tt- v .- lA7 i LAa PINS . " " ' Hnm3 j?.:fc.V -irr nrd of : :v! h.;i:;nv. with f - . ; : w-:- r. A rr tim- L ai- uuWk'n-i e.-tn te rp " .rx.il u, ?r;w:y --n A la mi s'revi, is 1 ..- i : v curry klMii. or A i:, -:-J- 7it; njen Co.. Art. I" At - -HV rrT?r. 4 A V.Tn ytrret. MA? ? A f-.f r r:r.Ti-t:. iJ s-.d biinie i A: he Ciwntr-."' Hon.o. AT r-PECnT A WALTER S. OA! KSM AN r-y Jaanary 1, an tiponenet'd O . t '-ti wh:t- go.: arid ra:i-y dres rr.. -.7-9 j. M-iii-:.! aud ,-:rr:iti'iirie cmnitry. A-- t.- r-.-r:! e A. K V-'.iAVN CO., Mri t tr?-t. PhiH'tepb:, Pl .) 1 A.VDVMAKZliS -I'ElIT i WALTER'S. Hf; " f 'i.oxjf rales: florae with bnirev or r - - - .: " h with ti.-lir. v wucui, JIG: r - m :n 5:5, e. KKCK t h0. 0.'. ':l'r R I 7: . rtnv Vanl. Jti ., meals t" AI'AMs STRKKT. ?ES a ih- Kpd Lew, 3 m:tbov '-v. Wi:err..-..f, U; lie, SJ pt-r dur. bonrj 1 1 ii'i'.ffi K LnUnK. La. TIMUf III BYHNK. (.'ontr.iilor. i) CANLiYMAKiliti AT SPtv-HT Jt WALTER'?. F:". rf'HOL-TKEY". Ua-.MT'iuins, Mantel and M'lvirf K: 'fy.'.v'.t.. -j.i em1 t .cor. Atlamn. "1 0 I-A'f-RSR--To w.wk on tii Kosd: J-'-)yJ B;a'itr foanty, M'. IaT (r tla- U03 w-.irt. Vt.r.s, i- 1 1 r dtiy. Applv ii works. P V I.AVil. I'tmrtor. i OK RKT. M l)lsfv STRKRT Hou?e at present will 'J ' with lvar.l-ry. V-VUlSGK IKirE!., 'LlkENCE. A LA. This XIj uer4'jiM pieci ol proiMrny, coT'iJiiucg lir 1 nxm, et . in f r rt-nt or !'.' ai':-r January 1- '""i Fcr parti-nlars upply to W. J. Keruaohau, nr H 0. J--if.. Fi(irv..e. Ala. J"I JELY iur.iished r.Krn-. At nr. C nirt Un i-t. M It-i ('. I". H1KKM AN. OFFI 'K On- ol tin b-t in th; citv ; Second sii.rr. corr.or Vin mi l I'ul'.n Mrretf, over J. VV". VoK itl.I Ato.'d store; rent low. Apply at 1'nion street . JtH. LKXOW. ROOMS Oni laree uafnmfrlK.d bedrfKnn, and on-? kitrhi.ii. n.l dliiiituruijiu. furnihe:!, auit abitt f.r liht bftuvfkrt -pinir. i:h!n live ndnu'ch Walk of Court Aiiu-e. Ad-iresM I. J., thihuitf?. G- M br n-. i .")7 Orl uns, iiar Court. J ai-J lVttliir mi l 10S txeUi4Uc. luVi H-ibefoa and hj Kxcb.tufcn. R r.n iTti Maui. pJwi i Adai ftreet. K3onu3Jt;aud Main, near Tnioa. lii Lunlap; a No. T'jird near Jtekson. 2iW Vanee. ea?t of ll.otu. bliek. S4 aril .is M;tr-h ill aveuue, uear Ma lison. Monnt, nls- 7" i.mixey. iNi.ij Hi- MVftine res.fl-jui'e. Mrs. Rl.-hnnNor'a. Ch de- lt-iyb'i.'i .iff:ii.!ini!i"-Mr.i Wright's. ii'Jimiii pluv Hr.jutl.v.iy. S hilIi Mempbis. U-aeru Lit in o.i i'opiar pike Unke jdace. Ktrtns 17-, M :!m: Fr uit, ue ir JotTerwvn. j,6 S .otid, tu-.ir i ' mrt, Irvii: block. 4t" Sueeiid. n-ui Tiibirt: y A iaMti. i. tnpl.tr. t.-te. ii M tltiai.d Front, tirecal'.Y Opoi-iiiou-s.; itealo. Al-io Various pro crties f.r mie. W. A. WHF.VTT.EY. J1 d''i -a.r Mivillson. 1EIIKNCK-No. li'.OilertiK mr. el. Apply 'X No. 1(VJ Ailnma. Q'FACIOCV Cl.irU I;imM !irj.K-rnn ttl..t It" 0 OVj'.UI'OV A tiUUSVKNclL. HOCSK-Of ki ,fi ro.iii. No. W txeTiaiieUe'"t ejstende 1, withm hali a so,iir of Mtvt eiir?,. Appi r XhX V HOOK. 'fiVlKIMIASS WKOV-KUY ASi i'OM5U10 L1 HOfTSI?, N'w. -17 1 -:tT.l ; rImi, rooms no staini. romer Main and Oavnso tttrevta. Apply to 8tetb;e Uro., Como, Mi.nr LOTTi:r;. TfceUTTLE HAVANA l-S!PAN C!mul Fxfrsiftrilinnry Ilranlisg TtthiK I'lnrv ri.'iij, lire. 1MI, is.uou "s i.-n. . i i:n. ii. 7IJ I'ria.Hl'. ri. I'urrem y, r..()OI. Otalrll.i: to ur Im trr? cncral dMnidf.il fiu Low ,Tv-r) -r. I'.' '-. .'J i?i'li l.ic r'. iim Dptw- in" :i , PrU" t:i vt. rf 'ni'uvj -; li',. IM.lOl.UlOl 1 (.IniM.l '.'. 1 (.n.ii'l FT 1 (T.ll l ivi-v I (l-ft'.l.l Pnr 10 ran 1 pri.t . a i j : VJ i.ia .t Pi i -, ( ;i. !i 1 :.. 4,vi linitnl Pru .'. li l, tMl IjlH. .1 Pt . .-Hi ll im V .n;.;OMini"i'ii Crif ti. 'i$T.. ... '.I Al'-'l.tX'-'lHtl, n Pri'.cx, , Vi l, - A t pr.ijiin.si . ii 1'. i. .-..cJi , sir. iw .. :;,tl :in ' ' , y 1 1 l.'ol I,... l.il' UK.' 7 1 .' 1'tl.tM f. .J. fnrri' ...( i0t 1 In' ' . Vl't- ll! ll.r .Mipslrl'l I.t ..' ;h'Iu.U a U'U foif, I', '. H tn.l. n. H I: li ultra. S -: l"ipior, (i 1 iil. s pal-t ii- tuil i: . .it. ;. i',t riiii. . , , mi m- i .Hli- J' ! .1 ' ' i lot. V..,iMl;Mrl. tin - ... . i .;t'i. ii v . . . ... SFEOIiyOlOS To Country .Merchants rrillK rtoH tMKlPiou o( iMnci lirtnir a vii.Tal I piltpiMoii Hi.- putt of nr.. ul ( .im.try nrrrliMi.1. t. mki- i.. o. 't! .'vTii..it- tu !! pur- hM-..( tlu ir w it i...-Ui...!i Ap .r.viatiu aud f"ui lum llu- w.uloi.i ..i ilil p .li v. u i- liavi-. tn nrilrr lult nun f. .ip; Ii, .1 oiirs.'lv, n wttll N Sitrt rHtM-M.if ..,,1, ri ... ,lf 11. nr' lul v iii't .t. i l.vilif M, t.i,:u ,,. .,1t' i,f 'In. ..Illllry Mhi, !.,.i, I,, t i.r.-..r... ull..lMir.'llt lo .! lil tir,' i-a:.r',l, i.iu -.1 i., 1 ki u,...,. the UiillliH l.'i.- m. , k iit p. , : l.j i. u. (iintu..! tliu rttuiiii liotnli.j w.i. t. W BT. II. Til G O Ii. K & CO. noi i sm.i: lr (mu1s, .1 ioni A: II, -i,' t'nrnik.lilni;s, .. .vHi .n 1 1 si k k y.T, toitlit.. IVniifm,. iist r.i.i. ti oi s. "'V IT. (ktTJk1 WHEAT. $20, $50, $100," $50r; lnvevled In ot.r new mid oiilv ii(e ; ln of Sm' IllHIIUlf t lit Mt MlM l: , k ttUi larue p oiti. N,w i nw l.Ht V(.i.:i lo laki bold. riu fr .ur pumpbN I, lo.. : .m pnr tfMilani. Kent Krf. I i kwjiinu A M11.1 n broken, 170 WatuuKUiu httett, Cl.loaKo, Hi S250 Stpp.kR. SnOO COTTON CARDING & SPIN NING M.rhfnery fr'OK MI.K. Completw tern mow ruiitiiuif ) coniprininn Kltfum ioiier. Kilaon Hprea-ler. i Wtirkt r HtrtpVK-r ( rdo, :w $i3, LQjt turn.; 1 I'rawiiiK rmuif". iii.kiiik" ihiuihkt, H, HH li ie ; in i - r-tn t- .m n. .-iiiiMivi, ri iiuuit'ii ; Dlga.' US' rM -l"'.X, 1 YX - pi' dlefc rwcli ; nv Idi-tieo -if. 1. ... : 11 - vt . tijii . . . 1 . uill on iota in kh w iuii pun iiaser. Auari u RAILWAY RECORD. Arrival ard primrlnr orTrAlnw. Tminon the Chcre, Ohio nl Southwc-Pt-rm nm.i move as follows: Mail lwive lUiiy. ox-c.-pt s.mtiav. at 4:110 p.m.; frvieht leaves daily at i.t.4) ft.m. "Nail arrtvej dally, except Kunday at y a m. ; frvis'Ut arrives uiiy at a:w p.m. x awns' 1 " . - . ...,. nerer No. 4 arrives daily ai t:4u am. ; ireiin. ar rives daily, except Sunday, at i: p.m. Trains o'u the Memphis and Charleston road movo . f,:itw oily time: Mail and express leaves dailvat 11 -nj p.Tn.; ft mull and express leaves dm v at 7 10 a m. Somerville aert.iiimodation I. Hvesdailv. exeept Sunday, at 4:i' p.m. Mail and i-xit.c arrives dmlv at 4:-M a.m.; fst tuhiI and eprearrisdilvat f-i'-O p.m.; Smnerville ac e..:nmmlaUon arrives daily, except Sunday, at T:i nn the LouifivillOflnd Nashville mad move a fmlows: l"at mail arrives daily at 6:10 a.m.; leaves at 10:30 p.m.; mail leaves daily at 7:::'J am.- lirtmnsville acommodation leaves daily, eve-pt sun.Uv. at 4:V p.m.; mail arrivis Uaiiy at ti :iO p.m ; Itrownvitle ato:umodui:o;i arrives d.niiv. except H indav, at 8::l. a.m. TrVuifc ou the Misiippi and Tennessee road move follows: Mail leaves daily Bt P.! ::." p-m. ; llisa'et,mmoda!lolI leaves dRtly, except Sunday, at :;.J pm.; frt-iulu leaves daily, exeej t Sunday, Ht a m. Mailarrives daily at 0:,"tO a. in. : Sardis accommodation arrives daily, except Sunday, at SM'a.m. ; irciht arrives duily, except Suuday, at 3. .10 p.m. PFItSOWL la CiF.NERAl. The Baltimore and Ohio road formally announces a reduction of rnt'-son provisitms and grain t 1- cents jer 100 pouiuls. The Citv Council of Chicago passed an ordinance yesterday ev.iulni; n'Tuirinn the law department to preare pnper ordinance aswsvinif an annual iieens of Sl." each on freight e.irs. and t2 on passouger care of roals doiii;; busiuess in the city. The PennsTvania Railroad company ha8 annmnicel a rodTietinn to J.s cents on provisions, whirh carries with it the usual dilTenMitial rate. This is. the old luslsef rates iu operation on the th of October la -t. when the cutting of edst boand freight rates commenced. A rorrtspomient from Brunswiek writes that the last Tennessee, Virginia and fleonria Kail road ctunpar.y has ntvived at that point eijrtat eanyms of TirM-cbis-i steel mils, to ho us'il on the exi iiion of their lines between Macon and Home. Traek-Uvin? h is Uun at Macon, about three miles bavin been laid up to the present time. 1 his enipuy is izreatly nil trwini; its wharves at B-unswirk, and has alo beguu the erection of a new deiHt there. An old man named II;in, from Bristol, Teuiieee. nu t a horrible death near I1 ton, on Tie JH-Iina, Koine and laIton KailroAd. on Tues day. The Ws;t rn and Atlsutic and ebna, Rome an-.l I'alioa tmeks mn parallel out of D.ilton for nearly six miles, and we art' iuiormed that it is iht ru-e fr Hie eiit:i::eers of thy reMeetie trains t. r;u-e. a:jil t.'i.it si:u: 1 rn-. s I hey a; l;nn a fiarful rate of spt our iiiformntion i1 that the trains were having th.'ir usuitl race Tuday, and the Western anl Atlantic train was several earlengtus ahead of the Selma train, when Hitrgins. who was on the Western aud Atlantic tmek. espied tlie train, and. seeing no other train, stepped aside to the Selma track, but hardly had he rca hed it when the train came thunderinc aloit and stniek hi in with such forxe that his body was thrown fiver the rtmoKtsiack and man-led in: 1 hmall bits. The Otr'UeT's inry ret u rued a verdict exculpating em ployes of tn road from any blame, as the aecideut wks unavoidable. Kaiiway progress in the XorlUwest is thus snrrmedup: The Northern Pacific road will be eon.p;eted I v Sep tern ter, lSNt. K-(ore the end of 1J the road of the Oregon Railway and Navij--tion (Company will be tomjileud from Portland, up lue i'ol'inibia river, toAinsworth: and the main line of the Northern Pacific road will be fm i.hd eastward fnni Ainsworth arouud Lake lVn d'Oreille, in bl.iho. down to and through Missoula W leer Lo-li:e. iu Moutamt Fnirn tlii pidnt soutti to Bnite city, the imw: important miniiigcamp iu M'"ifaTi, a stand:ird-iiaue rtmil is now rapidly f radio by the Northern Paei.'ic company, and will be hastened to eompletion. At liutte, the U:.ion Paeific will make connection Vitft the Northern Pacific by its braneh now constructinc north wan from t hidden, so that witliin a year, say, inm tUis day. ci'imeetion between the Atlantic aud Paeirle w ill le piveu to the public over the line of te Northern Pacific twelve months, n. arly. before the entire r-ad of in Northern P. cit.c U completed, under its charter, from Lake SuperuT to Puget couud.' The masrn'fieent rew elation of the Penn sylvania K'ilroad at Fifteenth and Filbert streets, Philnde'pbia. was opened for the first time to the pent ml public ou Monday. The station. whi u is in ihe beailof the city and within a stone's throw of the new :y hall, is approached from the Schuylkill by an elevated railroad. It covers an arftof feet on Kilbert street and lHi on jrer rit k or Kroad street, aud fs surmounted by a cl.K-k tower l,b jeet above the base of tho building. There is no Wiier des'en-j-d or more admirably couhUueted railroal st-ttiun in the world. No ex pense has been spared to make it perfect in all its deUuts, and in every depanment ctuivenience, ctimpletness and comfort have been kept iu view. Wucn Uiuminute'l with the vie, trie lhrht the tine proportions of the structure are seen to their best advantage. Perhnps no better evidence of the bttittH secured by Philadelphia from the new structure can be Kiven than the fact that otlicful not fee h- already been sivcii that all la.iili by the Penu.-yivauia Railroad will hereafter chrat the poU-aiee tifteeu minutes later than usutl. Engineer Dan Gurley, of the Eist Ten Uj&?ee, Yuvinia, and ieoria railroad, who was i ijured an le-elaud ab i'it three weeks ao, died at his home at Knoxvilie Thursday afternoon at 2 :.i o'clock, from the etljct of his wounds. It w lii be remembered that the accident occurred thnnuii tne ear-jiessuess of t!ie svvitehinan, tit Cleveland. Ke neIeeted to turn the switeh, and iu cousetitieucc the mail train, as it entered the town. K-ft the niniu track and htnudc a t-al car. The engine wa entireiy demolih- d, and Euicecr hurley was thrown from his en', or, p.rusps, jumri 1 fnm it, and Uith b-i;s w-m broken. A n'iDiber of others were injured, but noiie seri ously. He surf.-red trrcitly .sia. e his injury, ; ir.l d-.itU was a relic'. He leaves a wife ami two chil dren. Tiie deceRiVd was a brother of Captain Georsre Gurley, tho popular conductor on the C i:i cintiitti S; mt hern railway, mid son-in-Inw nf Colonel Isham Young, tho well kuown conductor 0:1 ttie Kast Tennessee. Virginia and Crorvi:i rail road. He was one of the i:iot eilicient and faith ful entrinecrs 0:1 the r iad, and few w. re so p.i pil lar. He had boats of friends at Chattanooga, who will siucereiy Ueplure bis ku;n. The Htm harlea Writte to be InTeMtl- St. Loris. December 1 12. The Wabash Railroad officials have reouested Uie State Rail road Uunmissioiicrs to make a thorough examina tion of the broken St. Charles bndgw before the debiis is cleared away. SIf. llauiinjtrtoo'f Ketnrn to Xew York. Xrw York. Ierember 12. C. P. Hunt ington bus returned from his trip over the west ern eouueetiotts of the Ch'.sn i-eake and '.hio road with a verv h L'h estimate of the fumm .f th Chesapeake aud Ohio property, lie predicts a rise la all bccunutfc of the road. ! Tnnt lrala on Fire. ' PirrKKSBCRO. Va.. lXceniler 12. Lat night whilM the fattmiu from the north whs pass- uk iv v jsuiiiii oimiuu, im mt v Hiiiipgioii ana Weldtm Rniiruad. a pat-otrnjer cuh'-Ii with naiuuM apartment took lire from the stove and was en tirely consumed. l.m Kail 011 tbe Xew Orleans Pacific. Sureveport, LA.,DeCHuiber 12. The !at rail ou the New Orleans Pacific Railway between hreveprt and Chriiey ville was laid at 1 1::W todnv Tbi- gives all rail to New Orleans iy emmcting with Morcan's line at C henry vilki. Kortv-two miles of the N-w Orleans Pacific are yet to be com pleted b-Mow Client yville. Tbe New Yorli mntt 4w lCuelnud Rail- roau. Newburo, N. Y.. I. cember 12. The first re-julnr paafenper train from Fishktl! Landing to uosion over tne .New xork an-l Auw Knland Rail road left the former place this morning, ami the first car-load uf freight was trauiHirtcd across tue Hudson river from ibis city to Kishkill IjtndiiiK to- isy wnnout nreaKing ouik. it came over the New York, Lake Erie and Western Railroad. Fatal Col I into on I lie Cinelnuatl Month- rru. Chattakooga, December 12. On the Cin- rlnuati Southern Railroad, two miles south of Kismet, this morning. Die K.-eond seeflon of a freight trdn ran into the first section. killitiR nuinecr Ifnce, his fireuniu ami hrakeman. teur- liiK up the track, d molishin 1 tho enuiue and dniuftKliiK several cars. 1 he w n vk was rapidly r It-art. d mid the;e ws Utile delay in paseiiirer tmli.s. The rein ai lis of the uufertue.utc men will bi brought here. The llnauibal ami At. Jon Mut Pay Iti iM'blH. Sr. I-orw, Detmbcr 12 The Supreme P. n rt h4 r'nnlo.l ihn mml ( ti. ,n !T i.nil,.,! a id St. JK? hatlroad euiuimnv for a w rlt Ut comnel Sl.'te s-ciiretary 1 n-ipp-. il lo uiv ttie e.tmpany r. e -ipts relertNtupr them fum all indiiteiii's to tlie aitate, ifirisinneh as they havt; pud t ;.'l.M"'" into the Slate Treasury Tbe State hlds th-t this nuHH-y was r r.'i e.l on net unut. T!ie miliu td com puny eUin.s ft covets their entire indi bl-l?ess to the State, and they ought to receive a receipt in full for it. A 91 no nnrt n Womnn iho Vlrfln. or Two AeriilfniH. St. Lor is, Dctvnitxr 12. Klisha Under wood. rei ltntof Kelield, Illinois, was run over aud kilh-d iy a train on tho l.niivllie nit'l Nash ville Ituilroad ftlnn.t a mile froei McLeansnoro last Iiig:it. Hisbotly wusho. rildy maiih d. Jacob Paul and Mary Mitm'-r, who were walking aloti the truck of the Chi-a., Riininion and Hufncy KHilroad, n ihelr way home (nun a party w h eh ihev h.id atti ndi ii at Astoria, 1 linois. Snip urday ntKht, were run over by a tram. .Miss Mit uer w :is it-MHiiiiy kilted, and Sir. Piiul had his lefc cut of. lie wss also ;o budiy injured oiherwuse tuat lie will die. Ttie Ciue'iinnll, Se anJ HobUe UhII Keml, Ski.ma, IWemlier 12. Fred V.UT. the rlnaneial m-it':g- rof the Ribmger SttidieHtc which recently boitgni th S luei nnd c reeiisho.-o fuii-rt-d. w a met by the follow in g u(1cm?i iioin ( inci:i".nli: I he d m Cme, pe-i lent of ihe Cin ciiinmi, Acf ui leans and I ' tts i a.-itic; tictre i. I'ou-hiy, Score tsry; Kd.-pr M. Jolr.'s,-i, r.tior ney ; 1 ouis Krc-hu and '1 honn T. 'tott, lirei-,(;s. I ho 'g'-oti men im-ot perilled th - Ci'it iuii'tli. Sel ma .-nd Aiobiti. c.vnp.uiv, nnd elect d Krd Woilie PreMdeiit. lhe.'.fore l'o..k Vi t-I'reule il. Mux inia til t il m tclcIa; y and T.e.tsurer. and l.t-uiy-V. l'i'UiHy, As'-cnnt Tn-iuit-'. r red WjtiiVo. of M l!l'---y , A I 1 :i:llil:i; l h'-odon I'otK, M J.dui-.Mi. 1 i'.r; 1 . D i '.u'n.y. 1, Kr.-hnand t ho.. 1. '.ml', td C i i u:ii:tli; fl!.;icl A t -irllo.l. -f Uo-t- n: C. M S'iolVv o ?..!ui 1, A1.:o::mi-i. and Thr.s. R. b'ouli.alr. of ur eii'ii'.ro. jire dirtct.-r. oj the coap 1 . hey wid work the ('im i!; ::ati, S aitn en l 1 Cliatbi uv..fc-it. the Al-iin'Mla . : ..(. S Hith er 1 from chut: in u c 10 1 :t-' a r, and chc-i e 01 th- ol'l "ei-aa 1; i iri ers ro itt- to li.ii p;uut. v om:.. e to M .tu.c . ilt ; m i ui-.-d. X cA;i. loail who are snifonn.; -to-ii tbe -ir-o- iia-' 1:, discretions ot youth, uervoiit rr:ik iicsn, e:.y tie cay, lovs of mai.!u)..d ete.Iwil' mmiI a 1 'ivi hat will cure you, FKKli OK CliVlbiK. Tins tt-rt fcuicdy ww discove-U'd i y a LHumury 1:1 South Aoieuca. Scud a sell a.;jrenM:d ei.voioc u tl: H - T. 11 . "V hii -,in !-t;.iM 1 M V..-fc- fity III TlOiSs. V PI P ti H P CELEEPATtD FITTER Rnneiabi'r thai Mamma, vital t ncrcy. the lib1- pnneiple or whub v r you may choose local! the i-si.iinnt power which ba'ties svialtisi thetvtH-tN I discus- and dea'h, is U;e gr.tiid fwfi K'crd of lu-altii. It is the gitrrKin -t ihi huwHii orirtss. and whin it we weak, the true poll y i. to tiiriw in rciufore. tiicntx. Iu other words' when S' cb an emeigeiicy h urn, iuutcence a coiirsi- of llosU'lter's Hitlers. For sale by all longe st and liaiers, lo whom apply for !liutter' Almanac for lH.v.. Sorta Water Bottling Apparatus FOli .XjX3. CV'NSIUSi of tietierator. Fountains. IVdtle ix x-j. t.i all tlie HihlitioliK.1 titlio bliH-ntn. Also, 0110 M PHON KI Lid N-t MAi 1U.NK, with ppjhoiii and one counter ii pcuMne AiaiUM. wx pnoec and further iu!uruiU'U aadM's bLAUi 4t CO., tvluulus, Mlsa, move as f-llow: P-cTijror No ,1 leaves . Uilj -at - in p m a'iiPBrN) :i leaves daily at 5:.'ft.m. : freicnt leaves daily, exrept Sunday, at f::W a.m. ...... V.v arrives t'.a VBl !! .. I'.ui. .v I- .vw.v.'cu ::::: X .V a:1 &if vs l-'rf FINANCE AND TRADE. FIAAACE. Eu.-inefw ha been good with the banks the past week, aud was fair yeMerday, though strictly confined to the daily i-outine. There has beeu but liulo movement in securities. Money con tinues accessible at per cent, discount. Kx change on the princtial . Kasteru points de mand par Belli". discount bnyiiiK; New F.iiglancf and other points, sight, J discount; New Orleans, buying, discount, telling par. City compromise bonds, fiO; coupons, 8us2i; Pla'nters iasuranee aba-k, lift; Mcmphisgas sto k, iKri2; Uinds, HW: Mississippi serio or coupons of District No. 1 selling at U. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. Clearings. Balances. December 12 S 'J7K,:rfi ;s C ."7,6i'. 7-j Same day last week ... :til,S 42 .VJ.Ha) 01 bame day hist year ..- 2iVj,02 IU &8,So-l 51 BT TELEGRAPH. PARIS, December 12. Rentes, 80f. 92c. NEW ORLEANS, December 12. Sight exchange on New York par. Sterling excbautfe bankers bills, IVJ). LONDOS, PLTcmber 12 Con sola, 90:MG; ac ermnt, y.i7-li: new as extended, H ; 4V3S. HT; 4a, L2: Illinois Central, V; Pennsylvania Cen tral, tt-vfi: New York Central, J4:i; Lrie, Al: lirie seconds, 104; Reading, ;ir!4. NEW YORK, Deecinoer 12. Money, .'ttfl per Cent, per annum, 1-G-i percent, per diem, closing at A per cent, per annum. Prime mercantile 11 -er, 67 per cent. Sterling exehauRe bankers' bills steady at 4M)'4: demand, -ll.'i- Government bonds steady and unchanged.except extended m, wiiich were Ja higher, aud 4s, w hich were J lower. 0s extend ed........ .101 :4s coupon..... .llf 5s extended 103 Pacific 0s of I6y6....i2( iJvt, coupon 1 1 ttate securities dull. La. con onsols 03 jViiginla 6s, old 33 onri 6s lllVirKiuia consols.... 7(i . Missoi Tenn. tis, old 7 Va. consols pd U17 Tenu. 6s, new 73 Ex-matured coudoub. Railroad bonds irregular on a moderate volume 0 business. Blocks closed uusetled. K'rire speculation tiietaud aetivetbut irregularduilnf the day. A t the ojening thcgoiieral lifct showed iraetional de cline from veslerd'iy'a closing pri ;rn. Ohio aud Mississippi. Ouniha p'referred. Louisville and Nah v lie and Kieiiniond and Danville being, however, sl percent, higher. At the first boara tlie market reached the highest point of th day, the improve ment beitifr J4"-' per cent., the latter for Rich mond and Oanvil e: Wabash com tuou was the ex ception and fell oil per cent. Jiubsequeiitly the Keueral market declined Uy per cent., liich uiond and Danvillu, Wabaoh pr-.fern'd, aud Deli ver and Kio Grande heiu most prominent in the deeiiue. From tb-.-n to the close of business Jthe market was feverish and uiii-ettkd. Kieh mond and Danville, however, fell ntr 2 percent. The stocks most conspicuous were Richmond aud Danville. Wabash coinmou and preferred, Read ing ami Miehig-in C'.'iitral. The opinion prevailed that the railroad war was near a settlement; later advices dupelb-d this belief, and it is now re ported that orders have already been given the western ngents of the Krio and PeunsvlvauiA to take business at any rates which will draw it away from tbe Vanderbilt roads. Transactions aggregated 225,000 shares, of which there were of Canada Southern 1200, Central Pacific 1700, Dela ware. Lackawanna and Western 12,000, Denver aud Kio Grande 11,000, r.rie 6400, Hannital and St. Joe 3100, Kansaa and Texas 4100. Lake Shore 4:),0ot, Loulsvi le and Nashville 4VO, Mi'"liigan CPiitral Tako Krie and Western ImiO, Mismri Paciilc 2 iOO, Northwestern 4000, New Jersey Central :-;ioo, New York tVntral 14.000, Northern Pacific ID00, Pacific Mail 2:io0, Rea.iiug lO.Ono.st. Paul lo.OiV), St. Paul and Omaha 4000, Tcxasl'a-itic 17,00i, 1'nion Pacific ll'AM. Wabash Pacitic 12,W0, Western rnion Ijs.uoo, K4)binson Winiug 1000. Closing quotations were ha iouo.vs: C T. firsts 11 Morris A Essex 1224 Erie seconds 100 Nash. t ( :iiat 8ti lA?high x Wifkea ..107 ,New Jt;rsey CcntmL 9."i bt. JWph lu-JiN. tfc W. prefd ft7!j St. P. ,tS. C. tirsts...lO'.t ; Northern Pacific ifJ i U. P. firsts. 117 North'n Pacific prid. o7- l. P. luiid-xrnnte 1 12)-. '-'Nortli western 1JI li U. P. sinking f uuda.-12: ' North weslt.nipref'd. I U' x. i'. lanu-rams , .1--4 ew 1 rK eiiLrai..l.jfv,i, T. P. Rio Grande Ohio Central liV'i Adams Lxpre.-s 110 -Ohio A: Mifisissippi... Ait 011 v icrre liaute ;m jurno v .mps. prei 'ti.ioy A. Jb T. H. prefd vi uniario v western... ;ii''4 '.:; Picitie Mail 44l M' Panama Certiflcaites. Po American hxpress.. B., C. R. AN Canada Southern..... P.. D. fc E C.,C. A I. c 1 Pittsburc t enii'ui i':eme Keaaing . ii'.e, Chesapeake & Ohio.. 27J, ttock Island l:;i'.j C. &0. l-l pref d....140 idt. L. .fc S. F 41 C. A O. 2d prefd .. 12. 1st. L. & S. F. prefd... ril Chicago &. Alton W't t. L AS. F. 1st prfd..lo. C. fc A. prefd ,.....14o St. Paul lUr'i C, U. .t Q b-V'rt -t. Paul prefd I2t- C, St. L. tXi X. O M St. P., M. Ai M H2- C, S. &. C f St. J aul A Omaha C. & C da St. Paul t O. pref d..l02 Ilawarei Uud&on.P'S ; iVxas Pacitic ."vl1 i lela.t& Lack 27:4!fnion Pacitic lV.i, Denver t Rio G M'CS Express ... 7ti Ene.- 4; W., St. L. A P 41' H Erie prefd y:i.'. W.,St. L. A. P. prefd Fort Wayne 13.V-! Wells i Fanro's x...l:il Haunibal .t St. Joe. S7H Western 1'nion H. k St. Joe pn-f d.-lKIJg East Tennessee.. . Harlem -...200 Kjist Tei.u. prefd Houston tfc Texas VO 'Caribou Iilinois Central LW1 4, Central Arizona... I. , B. & W 57 Excelsior Kansas A: Texas ;o' j linmetake Lake Erie fc Western 4H Little Pittsburg... ljke Shore ...J2I Ontario LouisviiieA N"ah...li4 Quh k silver... Jo iCa lii 1:1 Iouisvillc & N. A... 7'.-liuieksi: ver pref d... Mar. Cin. 1st prfd.117 Silver :liiV. Mar. A Cin. id prid...! Standard... Mem.-& Charleston.. 70 'ntro Mihii.'Hn Central V-! liobiusun 21 lr,s Misnturi Vu -lilc -l's'S Southern PaeiJie....00 Moiuie omo aii Ouered. At tbe cla?e of the Appeais review of the cotton market for the week ending December 2d, middling qu.ded 121': in New York, w hich price ruled ou tne lirst t.vo days of the ast week now un !er review. On Tuesday, the third day, a de cline of l-bic was anuouiibcd. followed by a simi lar reduction on Wednesday, 12v being the quota tion at the cli-e of business that day. This valua tion was maintained on Thursday, but on Friday, the last day of the week, the market yielded to the depression and prices feil another 1-1 tie, leaving middling quoted 11 li-lCe at the close of the pafct week. New York futures, which closed on the last day of the previous week with a sharp decdue, bewail on the first day of the past week with a recovery of all that was lost the d-ty tarforc and additional gains ou all months. Ou Monday values fell off agaiu on all mouths excepting December, .Inly and August, which held to former quotations. On Tuesday the decline became more positive, ttie day's deals resulting in losses ranging from 7 to 10 points, followed by a greater rcductiou on the next day. On Thursday the eilortx to rally the market resulted only in recovering In the closing hours the amounts lost at the opening of business, tlie day's transactions showing losses of 1 point each fur January and September, and other months un changed from the previous day's quotations. On Friday, the last nay, the recoveries made nearly compensated the losses on the previous days of the w eek, excepting for Decern her and January, which lost during the week 9 and 10 points respectively, while Ihe decrease in other mouths ranged fniui 1 to 'A points October showing a gninofO M.intw, and Augu t remaining as quoted oil the hut day of the previous Week. The New York Commsrrinl TluUrtin of Sarturday says: "The most noticeable feature of the specu lative market during the past fe.v days has beeu the wvukeiiing of the 'bull' ikjuuoii und the infu sion of a timid, hailing tone among a large num ber of ihe opcitttors tor a rise. The key note to tbe situation appears to be too much cotton and not enough money. As we have shown ou several oc casions since the opening of tlie seaon, oue of the strongest ttimulantn of the market was its im m'iiMi buying capacity, the manner iu which the ou'erutrxs were uppart-ntly absorbed engendering great confidence umong those looking for a rise anil creating wou-Jer and perplexity among; their opponeuts. The load, however, commences at last to show signs of becoming top-heavy, aud the more cautious incline to draw from under. 1 st the serious impairment of supports precipitate a sud den aud serious br-ak. The tirbt signa ot heavi ness came from the South, where the full accumu lations and the steady additions thereto gave promise of a ch;se approximation, if not a parallel with the largest amounts ever shown, while a tightening money matk.-t re poned, was continued by quPe free oiler ings of cotton to arrive here, or for delivery at the ports, at a considerable fractional reduction from ruling rates to whoever wou'.d reciprocate by prompt esh Settlements, The approach of the holidays, and thetdesire to realize always shown at this" season by a la rye number of the poorer class of planters, for rettsoits well understood aruong cotton men, was another feature calculated to indicate a steady oiiering, and generally the idea seemed to gain ground tlmt it was a good luue to stop buying cotton. This it!'-a extended t 'outsiders' its we'l as 'regulars,' Wail street, tne West, and the Tom, Dick and Hurry line f Miiall speculators hpiliing out their contracts with cost, fietLiiug off along the entin line, though the depression was most de cided on the ne.tr options. F.ven nu- of the nnt positive 'bulls' have not hesitated to unload tlieir Deeciubers for 'about 1 tc inurgin expe- t-d, tmt retiewe I their eontrticls ou 1-iter mouths. The crop problem contimp s quito ai much of an enig ma as ever, especially as the v. idely diib ring view s hII app.'.ir to come fini autiiori'.aiivc S4ur.-es, and the ii'ieieney was m re to sp-cu;ate on wliat tan a-'tnaliy P.- s-ien than upon theories and estimates respecting the iuture." Tho New crlenns market begnn business on tho tint! day of last week with middling quoted 111'' th price on whi h the previous weyk cW sed. No chance was made until Tuesday, when 'e was clipped, loliow-d by another ami similar reduction tn W-.-.l'u'v.itiy, when 11 :He was announced aud ii:aintt iiH tl the reiioiii: ler of ibe wvek. Liv.-ipotI sp..is, whi h iiuotetl ". t l-n'.'.',.i l"-liid nt the c'ujjie i tin week before, tun ne l on the tirst day of Inst week without change, and con tinued so until Tuesday, when a reduction of 'Md iinnoutiC''d, and U j-l iu li-ltid ruitd to tlie elo-c ti (he w.'i-k. Tne ItK-al mat k. t oponcd on the ilrst day of tho fia-t wt ek with mi-Id imr tpMot'-I U 'y , wh'ich liHd icen the value nearly alk ti tbe previous week. The tone ol the market was linn, buyers and sell eis weie pait. spinners' dciuat-d was met by fac tor asking above quotations.:: imexpoi 'i-s tth'k the bulk of tht d-y's business. On Monday, the second day. the market wa- steady, wiih prices uu i liang-d. Faefors eonccdc'l lo the vh-ws of buy ers. r.t th-iiair deaia:id fiom spianern atid ex-po-ter was readily iuit. tn Tuesday, under the iiillU'-uccof laibivoreble news from Sew York and Liverpool ih" market wus dull. Fat'tor- citnecded to pr;cer qu-.Vcd. but the demand Mucked o:P as thce couccsd' ms were made. 1' .ws report-d tlmt prices were slmded in some of the trans u'tioiis mitde. The dun and was print ipally from exj-ort-er-. 01 Wedut sdrty the market opened quiet with pri'-e list pMluctvl Ic, ami closed dull, the traiis tietmusof the iiiy stiowirsg the principal demutid c.nii'.g lio:n exi irti-r. Oit Thursday the inaiket oitenr l nnd civ -.'d dull anil unnntmated. As lar as conid 1h' asi-i ; :ain il, sales were ui ide fully up l tptoted pri '- s. there being nn appar.itl m-ercM-ed dt.:i.;iml iroin s,dui-is, but ex 00: tera pre-d-m .1: mt in : in the 11 11 tube r of luiles t;i kt-n . ( !' rriilriy. th" lat day. th" market auu'U oened dull, and i;i.ile very .itti.' improvement until to ward lite ri.i'i' ci th.-day, when More favorable news fr 'in the eoiurolUng niark't,s iispiiv-t a bel ter f.s-ling. Hud the tone siitVciicd up t a steady conditio' auiouutti g to tinnncss. There was a goo.i de;na;el. but the higher vi -w s of holders preCliU d a iKlgtT lil t: suit.;-, of tlie I." :I'-aei:oitS ivp. i.-tcd i'p.'it-rs look the larger sh.i-e. N i change ws ria-!e In qti tatioc.-, U:!se eeing lite va.u. ui laid llin ai the cto-c of the week. WEEKLY M M.MARY. Reccints In Memphu. tinting the nfl!ehl we.-k ie;ur 'gated ll.:'.' i tn U-.-. Hlusi 2'i.7e."; l.jiles (he pre iiais wfifc, 2.t,-il tm.fs ihe cor:vnotidnig vnk t.-ist setiM.n, and 2 Ltics iu Is.M. ihe It tu icccH'is srice Sepu-)i;U-r 1, were -iT.u.t jies, iiaiusi 21 . 1 tMilesat the Ctureptuidin: tiiiie last m-ssou. a tlecrcase of 4"ol ba'.es. At lti sitiii' nine l-7'.i the reccints weo ii.oi; balc.v Shlpmcul tiur-.n the olbeiul wet t a:grt-.aa-d !'.'. I i b;1,t -, tigainsl Ii..5t bales the pivvioUf week, and i7.i:ui Imle. the eorresjKiiulr.ig week last sea s mi, nnd IT.T's wi tsT'.t. Ti e total shipments -inee September 1I were rss.ruv, uuivs, agauisl led.O.lin .::'! ..: b .; in 1-:.'. r.j- b-:i:l .;-h k on hsnd was t ;:,. bah-?, agaiest .'.I'd'nl-.-'ti i.u time !at year; in 1S7". b'7 Sales in Menii-ids diiring the ollieial wock accre g.ucd Jr o bn.t . ot w iiieh cxptrtcr took VTik baits, pii. Tie" bales, alio. .lKcnlators , ago lu-t ti to! ill of lo ki bales last week, ol v hich l"ii w ft t" ci" e-frs. to spmuers, and 2-hj to t-pec-uUiuis. .Mi ldliri. MEMPHIS COT ION MOVEMENT. The following shows the course of the Memphis mark- t and the price of middling cotton from the oi-t-niug t f Cie m oion us coiui .arrtl with the hanie time last vrar: Sept. Sept . ept . fept . Sept . (! ... i t . t et ... IN-t . Nov . N v . N.-V.. Nov.. i c. Dec . l! 1m7 k.Ts; :;. 11 i n 20' (i 4;; Mi'.'! .M..2 lies ,.) j -j,;. 2M7, 1 n4 . Ti .i: Uuku 6l7 !!' "i.M 22 -Ve e,i. 1:' 10 o:':2":- ll 1'- " i ;o -t'". 47'!' ((' s 1 2i b-.i.t 1 ' :u"i-; 4m:t, 6tA 11--- 1 ;s .'.;p:as t.-:i' ji-v. n' -i:'. , i't'hi i-.if 7i.;i ;-2: :y , ;'.. . ltiivs.i J1(. ,V(.it 1 " - :i,i" 2..j:vn ' 1 7 a'. -A :w,'in-ii l : 1 ti 1 1 2,j.h'p vs. sr.cvicx.-' lijiiC; 1 im yestenlay i Mondavi New York telegrams in dteuted a ouiel aud doll eoudiuon of th,. lunrket. Willi ltglit transactions and prucs un ch'inged. Ni York futures Lew an busi-iess w ith a!u s depress, jtl amiMiuts r.iiikiing froia '. p-Mi:t t,ir the two iiiti-t d. slant nioiuhs. nnd 1 to 7 for others, the live months bt-giuniiig February K-ing the great et losers. tu scoimI i-ttll of the morning pri-es rallied a few jndnls. but dntpped as mueii on tlie bdlowing. Al no, .11 the n a. tbui toward hither priees bcuau lit develop, November receiving a gmnof bun points, followed bv a siucc-ioii of dyhi additions to alut s of all inontli, mini the losing hour, when nit that was l,.st i:l the morn iioi. and fioui to 7 i m ddu..nal. h.i bet-u r covered, lhveinher deliveries in ih b ad 1 tie tone td tlie market was niini. d firm nt the eluse. New urU-Hlis pttt we t: tpiiel and cn.-y at the Close, W itll tin.' qUittutii'Ils ol inrdny unehauiced. New Oileaus luluns moved iu about the same proportions as did the same market In .Vow York, but wuard Ui oIomj tne reatiion w&a Lot 10 treat, the rwult being a loss of 4 points for current de liveries, and Khius for distant months. Liverpool spots were quiet, with the moderate demand freely Mipptied at previous quotations. Live rp ml futures oje:ico dull but steady, with current deliveries quoted !-32d lower than spots, and a downward tendency apparent in others months. The local market opened and closed quiet, the day's business showing little or no demand from ex- Purters Fpinners taking all the tales of the day. rices remained as previously quoted. MEMPHIS QUOTATIONS. Yesterday. Saturday. Low o nil awry 7 VB Ordinary a 9 x Good ordinary (?lo (itloj Ixw middling. sl I 11 Middling 5J11"4 il3i Good middling kU-w (alli Middling fair (al24 (412 Fair Nominal. Nominal. Market opened and closed quiet. Sales, 900 bales, n eluding 600 bales Saturday evening, ail to spinners. Memphis cotton statement. Memphis, December 12, 1S.SL Stock, September 1, lssl 8,184 Received to day - - 6,. 772 Received previously 221,267 227,809 Shipped to-drtv Z,m 2A,0A Shipped previously 1-11,107 144,lO Stock running acconnt 91.4S3 IMPORTS. Thus far this week 10.75 Thus far last week 10,0:i7 Since .-September lt ..227,830 Memphis and Charleston R R 2,105 Msissinpi and Tennessee R. R io:i Iouisvilic aud Nashville G. S. R. R. 879 Memphis and Little Rock R. R ... 921 C. O. and S. W. R. R. 70 Steamers 1,641 Wagons and other sources SoO Total EXP0RT3. Thus far this week. Thus far last week.................. Since September 1st Memphis and Charleston R. R Mississippi and Tennessee R. R LoiiUvLle and Nash ville G. 8. R. R Steamers north . 6,572 Total WEEKLY STATEMENT RECEIPTS. WEEK ESD'G DEC. i, '81. since sept. 1st. WHENCE RECEIVED. This I Last Year. Year. This I Last Year. Y'ear. Memphis & Charles. K.R. Miss, tte Tenn. R. R L. t N. tfc ii. S. R.R Mem. Jfc Little Rock R.R. t;ltes., Ohio & S. R.R Mississippi river White river St. Franc-is river Arkansas river (total riv ers. 4433 6T1! 31 hi;! 2o47 2113 540 6111 2A4t;i 4-M7 247-V; 2"120l 2:!72j &.r:tai 7221: l"s)7! 31uJ 431 2is.i: 2.M:t 4S732 7ft5 2 V.Hi1. l2li 2470 2Mtiu a.421 1 5101 517 82S. ir.::" C'JO l&oi lull 22.11 Wag' ns aud other sources 232n Total 2137l 2o271;2170o4'221IOj SHIPMENTS. WEEK EN O'O It EC. 'J, '81, SINCE SLIT. 1ST. Mem. A Little Rock R.R. Mem. U :harles. R.R L. A N. A O. S. R.R Miss. l Tenn. R.R. , Steamers north Steamers south Total HV711 l:lN8lN107f 4 IBY TKLEGRAPir. I The following are the New York spot quotations for yesterday: At 1:10, weak; at 12::l, dull; at 2::w, qui,-t; at 3::W. nii.jt. bales. 724 bales; eon-, trm ts, "U0 bales. Closing quotations were as fol- Y'estcrday. Saturday. Ordinary Good Ordinary Low Middling Middling Good Middling Middling Fair Fair 1 11 15-16 12 5-Hi 13 1-111 13 1IM6 us 11 15-16 12 5-H; IS 1-1 (i IS 13-16 The lone of tne New Y'ork future market was as follows: Atl0::i'J, steady at decline: at 11:30, dull but steady; at 12:.i.i, quiet and steadv; at 2::u, sie idy; ut 3::!o, firm, bales, 7,ou0 bale's. Closing quotations were: Months. Yesterday. Saturday. January Fehinun , March May m June July August- September October November DeeeuilK-r 12.11(812.12 12.:tll2.:i. 12 52(011253 12.liH.u,12.IV.I 12. s2.(I23 12.1';!(o!l2.94 13. ('::.cH3.04 13.13 413.14 12.l:l4l2.15 ll.7ViCll.S0 ll.5vail.ll0 11.'.;I(H11.SU 12.nS(S;12.(i;i 12.aii2 ::i 12.lfc12.50 12.1'i A12.67 12 7,J'dH2.0 12.8'.'((ll2.!i0 12.'.l'.i!oil3.00 13.ll"Jil3 11 12 40Stl2. ll 11 7;i.ill.7.r ll.5:l.-ll.o5 ll.Wtall.n FOTURB FLUCTUATIONS. 5,932 ....... 6.W0 ..144,540 574 "T."'."."." 2,241 228 This I I-ast This I Last Year. .Year. Year. Y ear. 1 17l! WtiSli 121 2.'S4S. STi'.'.l-, .S.':;lj -Jtmj CJIhM' 3-JHIi I Ji'iT 41.7-. 171 .7i k:ii;0 i si'.it; sin :;imi.i! in : 4m lui7 n;c 2io; I Net 'Net; I ; Net Net G'n L'ss, g'nlons; G'li'L'ss g'u .lo.s Jau. 10 7 s .. !July. 10 s'l ' 4! ... Feb... 11 Kii 31 ... Aug.. K 4 41 ... M:ir. . 11 Sj S .. Sept- N 6 3 ... Apr.. 11 UN 2! .. 'Oct.... 8 3 s! .. M-iy.. 13 li)l 31 ... Nov... 8 3 1 5 ... June 11 -7l 4 'bee... 15 sj 71 ... FLUCTUATIONS OF I HE WEEK. I ! " "Net Nei' I I : Net Net jG'njL's' g'n l'ss1 O'n.L'ssj g n l'ss Jun... 10 : -20 .. 10 July., is! r.i; ... l Feb.. I0 l'.'l ... 3 : Aug... Irtl 18 Mar.. 171 l'.'l ... 2! Sept.. 17 2-) ... 3 Apr.. 17 19 2!'Oet... 13 7 6 ... May.. Is 19 ... 1 Nov.. 10 13. ... 3 June. is 19, ... l Dec... 12 21.' ... tf The New Orleans teietfiams rep-rlc i the spot market oiened quiet and steady, and closed easy. Sales, 4UU0 bales; receipts. 17.512 bales. Stock, 317, iQ bales. Closing quotations as follows: Low Ordinary Ordinary ' Good Ordinary Low Middling Middling Good Middling The New Orleans future nia'ket opened su-adv at 12:10. quiet and steady: at 2::i0, steady: at 3:30. barely steady. Salts, 712.000 bales. Ciosinc ouoia- tions as follows: Months. Y'esterday. Saturday. Jinuan- ll.fiS11.6) 11. 'J7r11.9S 12.1S(i12.19 12.37(!12.3S 12. -12.51 vjlowi e-j 12.7ngl2.7l 12.7.V.12.76 12.03idtl2.05 M ll..-l(. ll.M ii.6scn.fi9 11. S(uill.v9 12.1nal2. 20 12.3sfuil2.39 12.49rl.l2.-.l lii.Di12.Bl 12. f."C"tl2.t' 12.7:'.(.12.74 12.05(912.08 (4 (S, 11.54(1) February March April May June - July August September . O.-.ober November D.-celilber The billowing conditions of all domestic niar frotn Cottou Exchange bulletins kets are gleaned of yesterday: Wi?' lKc-ts-1 Price. Stock. Galveston Firm. Quiet. Quiet. Quiet. Dull. Dull. Nominal. Dull. Quiet. Quiet. Stead v. Dull." 5li9! 17512; i'.'iri 336 1907 2:!1(! 7.SM S66:i; iivx 1) ll1' 11 7-16 ;n5tm S17S75 51 s:t 101109 101..3M 21871 75191 N"w (Orleans- Mobile vanunh . Charlis!on Wilmington. ... Norfolk.. Baltimore. . . 11 41s: New York 11 15-161 197202 Ki-ton Philadelphia.. 121 12 4i.no 1S..17 75234 St. Louis 11 Total receipts yesterday 50.029 bales. against 42. -r sar.ie lime lustyear. The LivertHHiI teleurmns of vestcrdav reported :he market with moderate inquiry, freely suj plied. Sales, 800(1 bales, of which were Ameri can, receipts, 21-jO baics, of which 21j0 were Auieri.-an. At 12:30: Vplnnds. 6 9-16.1 : Orleans, 6 11-104. The Livermjol market for futures at noon was dull but steady: December January. 6 i7-32d; .liinuiirv-rebrnary. 6 9-li.i: lebnirtrv-.fnrch. 6-vi ; March-April, 6 11-16. 6 2l-32d: April-May, 6 23-32d ; May June, 6 2.5-32. iv'd ; June-Julv, 6 25:32d; July August 6 27-32.1. Later news not received bv cable. WFRK'R RR-K:ivI S, KTO. TO PATE. Yesterday. Saturday. ?S 9'i 9? 1014 10J 11- 11 11 11"' Tit is" Wk LPt Vr. Reecints f..r d-iys Kxp's toii.-e.it Hrttain. K.vjt's io t'on'inent bt'tek fl nil L'. S. i torts.! s7.'.ld Si. -.15 ;:o,toi 4'..7io l? 2 'j )s.:u: W.i. ioti itio.fra r..4.-M 1,07'J.777 COMPARATIVE lOTAL KKl'KIPTS. KT. 1NM-2 1M-J I.s7i-ft0 Total receipts 2.572,07 2,H:i0 '."1 1 2.'.0.4r!J Toic.I foieinu ex(H.irus..11.2Jl.so l.i L4.v-.oo Total stock ..:t.07'.t.777i llo,5i3 7S,;;21 Iecn"ise in receipt 27s. (i ;; j The rt -tidier report business good tlie past week, hut jnhhera complain of the dullness. There 1ms hten but little change in prices iu any dvi)artment, and no scare! ty in any line. Ves-er-ltiy was not an exception in any wav. A it w iransicti'Mis were reported fit feed .dull, hi which previous prices ruled. Ki;gs were dull, but (irui-r iu price. Hoi; rtrodueis are tiiiet at former 'juoialioiis. c'ornineal is quoted o cent lower from mill, and the sum e amount higher from levee. No changes reported m othi.r articles. Quotrti'trtA b'lnw are for round hits at thr land i tig and at t?m milrtHid d'Htts, and include ntithfr dni'inije, W'fW'1, tutr uth' r jtin:-tti uut.-ii1? of th !-tr jrtiaht ami chitrtjrs i tt the tune of nrriral. J-'t'.n-j and Si'. in rfs irt fr,' hujw r n:,x, cs titt y include dmy'iye, tt'ray and profit of thi dutier, FEKI Corn (julet: sales nt KvsO. 0;tts. 5.V. Ilrttii, iJ2. llay timothy, s.ile?. r.i i-22; pnuric pi i-t at In store corn tpioted ?'kh.' ; ittt, :' -i i.-c. hrau, SI 2Kjl 2"; hitv, fl "2iil :."); pmine, 0o-n7oe; VIA U1 K Kirmer. Jobtiins prices lotil)Ie extra, S-t-'iO.o;. w; treide extra. 75a ;V; family, $i lu. ' choice, S7 2."; fancy. ?7 7 'i'iS; fancy phtent-'-, $s ,st 'i'.' 15. t:orc pries. 2o hiuher. t oKNMlAL Fair demand at So 50 from mills, ?:l t-:' irom jevec. KUt' 1 rs imiuren Lnni.-iana, Jl 115 tkt burrcl; Flori'iii. .1,7 pvr box : .Iain . i a, iioiiiiiiu'.ly S; .V'rt 7 p t lox. i ? a box; MeSM;i;i, j.'i ." .ui. I!t;i.inas. SI 7 '.j.2 - a l.ui( h. t'tn'oanuts tinn at ;ti a huinircd. Pe;inuts Virginia hand -picked. s'.: Tennessee rd. il.m"t,7l wliite,7v: rousted, hi'.'lu'i': hcile4i, 10c. Alnioinls, 22c. Texas prt-ans.lO-tlU': rkan-i, S'lOe,uud pood demand. t'.Tit; : li wuhuils, iraiM.-. Kiibejifw L.il k'. Itra il i.u:s. S .V;0e. R.iimi. &(.tA i.n-f. u lnycrs, ("iK.i'.aJ-j' -er (touri'l ; I tyrrs, 17inlSe. Iintes ATiertti, ; 1 , i v p. V pound ; voldell, UV. Ura; v i herrie.s, l per doz. n and tirui. APPLES, Kl'i:. Apples stronger and hichcr; li"i't' 1 1 2.Vii,Vi from levee; in dorc, mcUiuni, t-t 'c by iu,' l.jirrcl; ianc, Mt. li tTA'HM S-Demaict uio-icntte ; from levee, 5-'."'': from von- held ut g:; 2";; .Vt. VK.iKT.lil,l;s utions Nieady at f:i,'a3 f.0; in store, "hi,)!,:! 7" a barrel, (inrlic !rl pcr Hx). Cah bap.. iiouiiiuUly ieis viper hundretl head for 11 hiiois. by ttieeratc. Turnips, j 1 25 a barrel. Ei...iS Supi ly plcutiiul, but market dull; sales at Miii -h'. fASNti) i.oOhs. ET Firm. Priee per dozen: l'eii ties. -1 II... trt!m:l(l. Si '.H .1,2; M-conds. SI 7"t; lni'iaiiii'S 2 lb-. f-'.-Mclnrd, $1 m-coh,!. itotii'.ri lbs. Jl ;; M'eoiids. 1 2"t; str.iwben ies, gl ;Hl; MS'berries. Si blackberries, $1 :o; .:reen ;ai: , i s'.iat K plums. SI ; pears, gl ,Vi-u 7.; exlra ter Ba apnrai.'us, g-i 7-. Kreeu lorn, fl 252, a-to ijualitv ; ;reeu peas, gl ,S'a2 25; ctve ote: s, l i; full weight: Huht ucimn, N,. 1. 7tc: No. 2. f ! 2-e. loihleiised milk, Cruwn, gi 40; Eaiiic, J.'i: pjti" upple. Si 75.2 75. MlS.'KI.I.ANKOl'S-lb.miny nt $5 2T a barrel; f;rils. S5 m bairel. line beans -new, t.i 50t.ii '"Rt; navv, g.i 4. Michigan dried apples. Per pound. Pried i teaches. 7ysc per pound. Mmce ineui. s1.. in barrels ami half-barrels; PL.ni.KV in p:,if. New jellies. U1.. liki in pais. New pick'esmedi'im barrels, i-j 5Tiuilo: im'ii bar rels, 5 7 ,'H .SO NVw kmut barrels. g!5; hull h rreN. 57 Missouri cider, g-s .50 ier barrel, aul g-l 75 per half barrel. ii VME Market over-tot ked and dull: venisor. carea.ss, 5c; .saddles, p--r pound. I'ucts. SI'V 1 .hi per doen . fcNpiirreis, 25 per doen ; rab bits, gl 50.31 75 per doicu. ijnuils. glCit 25 per di7en. 1 I-ll-Msekcrel -2 lb kits. No. 1, nivnl : No. 2, "'..M': v,.hs. No. l. m: No. 2. Sea-.U-; l,lf l r-S. lbs. No. 1. .2t; No. 2. gl i ;o. nite b.-li.No. i.p-rliA!f barrel. gt 7 .; fam ily. 44 2'.a I . 0; jr kn. gl j .. Ined h rrin. per box. '.V'.a.dv; North i arolina roe herring, hail barrel-. St'. . . 1 T l.TKY No ileum in I and prices nominal. He:--, g.'.-2 .: tine aud larue, f2 yetitiM, gl L t drecd. gl ,n-i2 per dozen. 'ttirkevs iull nt ires-ed, ltUl2c in lots per pound. Oic-v . IU Ti Ki Market firm, romimm. 2t'.'ri22c: Ken tucky, 2-.c; medium, 2-leiJsc; fancy ' dairv, o 'W; New York .oshcti. :'7kV; creunurv, 87 ta.;.s i. H F KS E Firm ; new fart. rv at 1 Jx 1 1 Kc per pound; half cream, 1;;V: " full cream, IV; ouni: Anuvica, 1,V. ntl-H MKATiJuM. Itecf fore -inrtrs, 2c: hm. I ijuarters, 4c; niesf.. f;2 (-er barrel; g. .V hall barrel.. )ioK- in moderaic demand at t'.ujTc: ba k- boiies. I4'; spun ribs SdV-V. H"ii PKolH t"is-MsTkci iuiet and prices uu-chanm-l; un vs is.rk, g'.-.i jkt barrel: oimar-t-un-d nan is, ; breukiuM b4-on, gl:; 25 per ct Paeon. M-urt e. p o Led -dear sides, iioininallv g'' . : clear nh. gin .o; shoulders, t 60; lunev, U.e piT cwt. less riu; meats, packed clear sides. fi clear nb. g-. slunil.lcrs, J'.M:1. to.e. l."rnM. l ard-Tior.v, 12 2"...i12 -W: kes. V.W; '!!!. pHiU l::'V bi-il. oaiis. y intii-, J c. i.ti n r Kir.-, i oil.-e tinner; oniinan, 11 $!2e; it... v- i-ioue. i-y, cm ice, MAM ae. ffiiijiir liood demand uud ilrm.-r- UiiiiUiia Oi-eu koulo, 7Svi,o; yciiuw cknaeJ, WV; This La.t , ; AVcek. Week. white clrUed.9S(910c; mow-whlte,10ai0o; cut loaf, 11 V: FranuUud. Uf; powdered, like MolruineA Aeliv and IiiuImt; new Louuiana fair, 47(s-'it)c; prim". :Vp.5iic; choice, 60e. Rie Louisiana common, 67c; prime, 7Jc; Carolina, S;4o. Salt Per cartoad, tl SO: from ttore, fl ftsai 70 per barrel: coarse, per sack, tl 60; fine, (1 fo. uip bieauy; lauiny, t- .o'.i; uururau, j aig 3 50. BAGGING AltD TIES Ba raring Flax, fftjca WHc; jote, 174 to 2 lbs, lOijtllJic: mixed, 11c. Ties standard makea. $1 tjOrl 65; pieced aud outside brands. $1 50. Twine, 17c per lb. NAILS Firm at Si 60. H1DKS, KTC. Hide market dull and weak, lower prices prevail East ; all hides, dry and Rrueo, are Yjs lower; No. 1, dry Hint, lfic; No. 2, dry, l-2al;tc; dry salt, 1013c; No. 1 green salt, 8c; No. 2 green salt, 6c; green, So. Beswax, prime yellow, Sc. Tallow, 6(j7c- 1'KLTKY Prime and seasonable sklna hnnter raccoon, 30(40(nt.'0c; country raccoon, 102.": No. 1 cased mink, wiaiOc; No. 1 caeed otter, 4.ij 5;otwn otter, SJnu 30; beaver, fl(33; musk rat, Hie; wild cat, K5rJ.re; house cat, l()c; opossum, 10c; black rased skunks, 4(irK.V; striped skunks, 10(9 Soc; No. 1 cased fox, jj0c: bearskin, sheepskins, 2ocfcSl, a-coraing to wool; dry deer skin, per pound, 40(4oc; green deerskin, per IKjund, 17c. LEATHKR Oak sole, 37i40c; hemlock, 57a:c Per pound; harneks, 3Cil0c; skirting, S7i4oc; French calf, HuyOO per dozen ; domestic calf, l0 4.3 per dozen. Wool Tubwashcd, 1535c; unwashed, 1823c; burrr. 10rlik. HUIC K.S Hard, $10 50; soft, O a thousand ; fire brick. Si 44 50a hundred. LIME AND CKM EN T Alabama lime, S-bushel barrel, catl a ban-el; Tennessee, 2 bushel bar rel, KT.&'.iOc; Louisville cement, SI "OCatl 75 a barrel ; Rosedale cement, 2 50 a barrel; Portland, S5. 1'laster of Paris, $2 50. I.lv Stock Market. J. Schilling fc Co., of the Union Stock Yirds, Second street, at Louisville depot, report as fol lows: The receipts of cattle have been comparatively li&ht for the past week. At the close there were but few of any grades in the yards. Fat cattle ire iu strong demand, selling readily fully up to quotations. Prices have an upward tendency. Kheep are in li;ht supply, with a fair derrand. No quotable change in prices. The hog market is bare arrivals scarcely equal to the demand. Butchers' selections and picking hog are selling readilyat strong prices. CATTLE Choice beeves. 4f9H!e; medium to good, -Sfvvic; fat cows and heifers, S(c3ic; fair to medium, 2,'63ic; fat oxen, 3V4'(4c; rough oxen and cows, in good condition, 2'.rit'..c; thin steers and bulls, 14(g2c; common and inferior, lHlc; milch cows and calves, 912(925; year lings, per head, i($5. SHEEP choice, per lb, 8?ia4c: medium, per lb,i:t&c; common, per head, tlQl 60. LA UBS Choice, per head, t333 60; medium, J2 2 50. HOGS Choice butchers' selections, 63"e: fair to good, 56c; common, light and rough, 4fc 5c. Hons and Male Market. Ml'LES No. 1 dray mules, lfi to lf., $1753225; 15jto 0. $1t0(175; 15 to 15i S125(150; Wt to 15. none in market. HORDES Jood driving, S125200; heavy iraft, none on the market; saddle horses, $1400225; plugs, HOfcj 75. rTKOLEl!M MAItKETS. CLEVELAND. December 12 Petroleum un changed; 8.W., 110, 7C. PITTSBURG, December 12. Petroleum moder ately active; united certificates firmer, closed at 87Mc; refined, 87c, Philadelphia delivery. POIIU SIA ItliEXS. NEW YORK, December 12. Pork dull; new mess, Sisals 25. Lard weak; prime steam, 11.22'. ll.25c. ST. LOCIS. December 12. Pork lower; $17 20 5sil7 25 February. Iry salt meats dull and lower, offered at 6.10ig&fv, 8.70Sjs.loc. Bacon sluw, 7J, 8.1K), luifiiiuf sc. Lard dull, lujgc bid. LOUISVILLE, December 12. Pork and steam lard nominal. Hulk meats quiet; ders, none; ciear rib, 9c; clear sides, 9!c prime cieur no, wy:. bugar-cureti hams, lac. CINCINNATI, December 12. Pork ouiet. 817 50. Lard dull and lower, 10.7;-irtl (.90c. Bulk meats quiet but tirra; shoulders, te; clear no, JpC. lliuon farce and firm; shoulders, bc; clear rib, 101:; clear, llgc. NEW ORLEANS, December 12 Pork quiet but nrm, 817 .a. L.ara steaay; tierce, rennca, ir UJriC: keg, l-c. Bulk meats in good demand: shoulders, C.Ktfl7c; clear rib and long clear. iV2c; clear sides, Vv'ic. Bacon scarce and firm; shoul ders. KVjc ; clear rib, losC ; long clear, 104c. Sugar cured hams dull; canvused, 1213c. cniCAGO, December 12. Pork dull, weak, lower ond heavy: old, Slli 40; new, $16 75 cash, $16 75(416 77!i January, $16 5(oH6 U7.,i February. $17 20(ii7 22J4 March. Lard in fairdemand but at lower rates; 10.9010.95c cash, ll.U511.0;Vc January, ii.--ui3ii.jyjC teoruary, Ai.ctjii.a.c March. Bulk meats active but lower; shoulders, 6.50c: short rib, S.S'.ic: short clear, 9.15c. Caff. Provisions tinner but not quotably higher. PliOI17CE"MAHKETS. CHICAGO, December 12. Flour steady and un changed. Whisky steady at $1 17. ST. LOUIS. December 12. Flour unchanged. Butter and eggs unchanged. Whisky steady, $1 16. LOUISVILLE. December 12. Flour ouiet but firm : extra, $.(g5 rX); extra family, $5 50(s6; higher graucs, bo ,j; cuoice iancy, t, oogj-s. Whisky steady, 81 15. CINCINNATI, December 12. Flour dull; fam ily, $0 25(u.6 CO: fancy, $7a7 75. Whisky finu, 8115; combination sales of finished good?, 825 bris on a basis ill $1 15. Butter easier; crenmerv, 4lc; choice Western reserve, 2oe; C-euiral Ohio, 23c NEW YORK. December. Flonrdlill; superfine western and State, 4 20.i.5 10. coffee dull ; Rio cargoes, O'njj.c. Sugar dull and weak; fair to good refining quoted al 7?ic7?.jC. Molasses steadv and in fair demand; new crop, New Orleans, 50(9 62c. .i.'e quiet but firm. NEW ORLEANS, December 12. Flour quiet but steady: superfine, $175fa5; double extra, $5 W( 5 75; treble extra, $5 7-xuii'. 25 : higher grades. Sr. 25 f!i7 75. Corumcal scarce and Ann, $4. Hayhigher; prime, $26.50: choice, 128. Whisky steady ; Western rectified, $11 16. Coffee quiet but linn; Rio car goes, ordinary to prime, Nfojl-Jc. Sugar quiet and weak: common to good common. 5-.(36!.c: fair to fully fair, 6: , ii7c: prime to choice, 7'.(j) 7s tt", yellow rlarificu, sfiMe. Molasses steadv, with a good demand; common, 35(40c; fair, 42(g) 47c ; prime to choice. 49(ac50e. Rice firm ; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, 5(ao'c. Cm It A 1 T MAKKET8. NEW YORK, Deeeniber 12. Wheat fiQfyic lower, closing weak and declining; ungraded red, gl ii 4;!. NEW ORLEANS, December 12. Corn in fair de mand, mixed. 7Se: white, higher and held at Hi t5c. Oats higher, 60c. TOLEDO, December 12. Wheat dull and weak; No. 2 red, January. 81 37; February, gl 3vH; March, 81 4i;'4; April, gl 4,;l3 asked. Corn and oata nomi nal. LOriSVILLE. December 12. Wheat dull, gl 35. Corn dull; No. 2 while. Tuj-e; No. 2 mixed, 6fVc. Oat quiet; No. 2 white, 4'3'aC; No. 2 mixed, 4.c. Rye steady. No. 2. $1 0C1 OS. t.TNCIXXATI, hwHmWr 12. Wheat dull and taf-avy; No. 2 red winter, gl 37fo.l AH. Corn in fair de mand; No. 2 mixed, t.2 Vy,1(- Outs strong; No. 2 mixed, 49c. Rye quiet but firm, gl 03. liar ley dull, gl OS. DETROIT, December 12. Wheat weaker; No. 1 white, cash, gl 25 V asked: December, same fieure; January, $1 :k',y.oU :5i: February, gl aHa March gl io"; asked; April, gl 41)$; May, gl 42X; No. 2 red, gl ..".tasked. BALTIMORE, December 12 Wheat Western easier, closing dull; No. 2 winter red, spot ana December, gl 39 bid: Januarv, gl 411 4114; Febru ary, gl 44(1 44i; March, $1 41'.. Corn Western a shade easier, closing dull; mixed fpot and December, IW5 M(i'.K! ; January, 70)ifg7Oc; February, "HIJ-hc.. Oate steady. Rye dull. MILWAUKEE,: December 12. Koon Board Wheat weak: No. 2 hard, nominally gl Stl 32; December.- gl January, gl 2Si: February. 51 -JAi: March, gl AO; April, $1 Ali; May, gl 10 1 1".: No. 4 and rejected nominal. Corn quiet, 61ati2c. Oats lower, 43)c bid for No. 2. Rye quiet, 97c for No. 1. Barley quiet, 92c for No. 2. RT. LOUIS, December 12. Wheat lower and slow, and closed weak; No. 2 red, gl 35ViC(ai jtjV cash, gl SXH! 3"?i January, gl 4H1 405 Febru ary, gl 4Sv(l 42-2 March, Jl 4.5 Mav; No. 3 red, gl AO; No. 4 red. gl 20. Corn lower and slow, 4:' (ct2J-,c cash. 4-;(i44?c January, 45 February, 49,l;49?'ic May. Oats lower; 4Se bid cash, 47 We January. Rye easy, iW1- bid. Barlev quiet, 8oc jSl 15. Aft'rnoon. Board Wheat slow: SI R7 bid. f 1 40V4' February, gl '2; March, gl 4M bid May. Com easier: iVl-J. bid January. Co'fttGS3 Febru ary, fitlje March, uS-''bC May. CHICAGO, December 12. Wi.eat dull and prices a shade lower; No. 2 Chicago spring, gl 2trlva.l -jf$ cash: gl 2Vh December, fl 27(i;l 27'.j Jaiiuary, ?1 2! 2M-4 February. Com steadv, with a fair demand but irregular: C)' jrjK'c cash. fiOc December. Cfi-jc Januarv. ill We Februarv. fir.(a(Ui-- May. Ctts dull and lower; 4Cc cah and De cember, ll.'4" January. 441'aC February, 4014c May. itye siea'iy ai 'jm. nariey easier, ci 01. OtU.W heat irregular and generally easier; 91 2ti'ifftl 2"' k December, gl 27 January, gl February, lorn weaker; uVj: December, PO January, Ol1. February, (ki) (jt7t". May. Oais firm and uiichauetl. Dill GOODS MARIiET. NEW YORK, December 12. The market was quiet and steady. Staple cotton goods were qufet. but white poods, piques and quilts are in fair de mand. Prints dull iu lir: h-mos Woolen poo-n fairly at tive in movement but quiet in d email i. Holiday poods are doing well. niUXOLl.V Jl-II.M ikU OPEN SECRET AHONG THE LADIES Tlie brilliant, fascinating tinls of Complexion for which ladies strive are chiefly arti ilcial, and all who will take the trouble may seenre them. These roseate, bewitching lines follow the use of Hasan's Mag nolia Halm a delicate, harm less and always reliable articlo. Sold by all dr;:?s:ists. The MagnoKattalm conceals every blemish, removes Sal lowness. Tan, Kedness, Erup tions, all evidences of excite ment and every imperfection. Its efi'ects are immediate and so natural that no human being can detect its application. I I STXt I IS CTI OX COM PAX Y. : J3L rVl'ULAK MONTHLY DRAWING OF THJJ i In 1 ho ciiy ol LouLsvlllc, on StTrKKlT, : KMBF.R 31. 14H1. These ilrawinps oi-curmouthly (Suudave except. emblv of Kt-uiuckv. The riute.i Stam Crouit (tourt, on March Jlrt, reii.l'.'rM ihe fi.Huwine dei-isions: I'l.Ml Irie 4'ni.nmwealtli Ilislrlba. llf.U , ..ll.HI..'r im lexHi. '--'I ilnin inii i.r Tnlr. N B 1 11 K niMI'ASY HAS NOW OX HAND A 1 VK ,K KK.-KKVE KI ND. KKAD CAREFULLY lilt I l.-l Ot l'Uit iOK IHE I'ECKMUER DRAWING. 1 Prtie 1 Fnaj 1 Prize 10 I'riea IUIih) em h 30,000 JU.UUU 10.HU) 10.UIO 10.UO0 10.000 .n m, St-lesu-h W ITlies it:. 60 Pnz. llV eiw-h fK each 2U em h a each liooo 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES, t Prises saituwh 9 Vim s -.".niem h , Pnca luUetch 9U0 19t Prtio Whole Ti.-kelM. kJ 27 Tlt-liLt. . I112.100 HairTlrkel., of 1 l.-teu, (100. Beuut M.inerorBiink Draft In Letter, or send bT Eilin-Ni. IKIS'TSENK BY kE(ilSTERKl) LETTER OK ItiSTOKEICE ORDER. Orders of ." mid up- wani. uy ELiresN, Will Its fielll Al OUT eXH'Une. A'iure6 u tmiera UI n. M. m Ktl.M A , t ourler, J inml KulldiuK, Louisville Keutuekj, or R. M. BOABUMAN, AO Broadw.j-, Xew Yori. or D. L. .miksi-.r o i, w.t i -.mrt si. Memrhl. ToTin THIS PAPESPtSLTmt?? Geo t9WRpapca PORT OF MEMPHIS. HEiJIERS LEATISG THIS DAT. St FrancU River.RE.vE Maceeado, Joplin, 5 p.m. Vickiburg city op- Vicksbcrg, Riley, 10 a.m. Vew Orleans w. P. Haixidat, Jolly, 5 p.m Dyemburg Mark Twajx. Hall, 5 p.m. St. Louis City Grkenviixs, Bryan, 5 p.m. BOAT3 LEAVING A3 ADVERTISED. Friars Point James Lu, Wednesday, S p.m. White River. Hard Cash. Wednesday, 5 p.m. Osceola Coahoma, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Cincinnati Andy BaumT Wednetday, 5 pjn. Arkansas City...DEAS Adams, Thursday, 5 p.m. New Orleans... Chas. P. Ciioi-TEAr.Thurs., 5p.m. MOVEMENTS AT THE LETEE. Arrival. James Lee, Friars Point: Dean Adams, Arkansas City; Gold Dust, Vieksburg: Coahoma, Osceola; Andy baum, Cincinnati; Annie P. Silver, City of Helena aud City of Vieksburg, tit. Louis; Mark Twain, Dyersburg; City oi Xew Orleans, New Orleans; L. H. T. Joseph.Heury, New Orleans; Gol den Era, Ohio river. DfWTturea. Grand Tower, Vieksburg; Annio P. Silver, New Orleans; Gold Dust, Citv of Helena, City of New Orleans and L. 11. T. Joseph Henry, St. Louis; Coahoma, Osceola; James Lee, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Arkansas City; U. J, Dicker, St Louis. lloait in Port. Rene Maereadv, Mark Twain, Andy Baum, Fuiton and City of Vieksburg. Boats Due Doum.Vi. . Halliday and Tarts C. Brown. Boats Due Up. Hard Cash, City of Greenville and Golden City. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. City of Vieksburg 105 bris flour, 200 bxa and brls crackers. Gold Dust 167 bales cotton, 880 sacks seed, 49 pkgs sundries. Mark Twain 227 bales cotton, 9 bags seed-cotton, ar.d 543 sacks seed. Coahoma 257 bales cottou, 4 bags aeed-cotton 10&2 sacks teed, and 2o pkgs sundries. Dean Admns 315 bales cotton, 16 bags seed cotlou, 524 sacks seed, to pkgs sundries. James Lee J63 bales cotton, 18 bags seed-cotton, 954 sacks seed, 11 head cattle, 113 empty brls. Rene Macready brought out of St. Francis river 673 bales cot ton, 33 bags seed-cotton, 520 sacks seed, 58 pkgs sundries. City of New Orleans 13 hhds sugar, 4 hhds co coanuts, 25 l.rls molasses, 39 brU sugar, 26 bales bags, 20 pkgs sundries. City of Heleni 2305 brls flour, 855 brls meal, 250 sks bran, 1109 sks corn, vBt bales hay, 120 pkgs lard, 27 bales cotton, 'SiGl pkgs mdse. Andy Bsum S9 brls flour, 621 brls potatoes, S5 brls whisky, 92 brls vinegar, 129 bales hay, 209 sks corn, 720 ktgs nails, 2950 pkgs sundries. iTTCRE MOVE.UEXTS The Charles Morgan is due up for Cincin nati Tburday morning. The Charlea P. Chouteau is the regular packet for New Orleans Thursday evening. The Hard Caah will arrive from White river to day, and return to-morrow evening. The Oolden City, Captain Sterling Mcln tyre, is due up from New Orleans for the Ohio river. The Mark Twain, Captain Hall, leaves for Dyersburg at 5 o'clock this evening. J. D. Fuller is clerk. The Paris C. Brown, Captain A. M. Halli day, is (.ue down from the Ohio river, en route to New Orl.ans. The James L?e, Captain Stack Lee, is the Iowcr-coist packet to-morrow evening, going down as tar as Vriars Point, The Andy Baum, Captain H. J. Vinton, and M. M. Lceus. elork. sails forCincimiati at the usual hour to-morrow evening. Captain R. V. Lightburie, agent St. Frsncia river is represented to-day by the Rene Hacready. Captain O. K. Joplin, leaving her slip al 5 o'clock this evening. She goes to Wittsburg A. L. Ilauning is clerk. The Ciiy of Greenville, of the St Louib and Vieksbnric Anchor line, pusses up for St. Louis at 5 o'clock 'his evening, with Captain Bryan in com mand and Charles liucsucl in the ollice. The Y. 1 Halliday, Captain Beck Jolly, of the St. U.uis and New Orleans Anchor Line, passe do.v fur N w Orleans this evening, leaving the wharf a; 5 o'clock. Owen G. Cates has charge oi her oitic& The St. Louis and Vieksburg Anchor Line is representedto day by the City of Vieksburg, which pasies down for Vlekbuiy at 5 o'clock iu the evening Captain Robert K. ltiley commander, with Win, ileuker in the office. UESitRAL -EWS. The cui down of pricea in coal will be some cc-nso ation to stcamboatinen. Signal Service Report: River 10 feet 2 nches decJne lo.inches. The sandbar ia beginning to show up its proportioni on the opposite side of the river. The H. J. Dickey left for St. Louis at noon yesterday with 300,000 feet of lumber, taken ou here. The James Lee has bad her derricks re built. Tley were put up yesterdav, aud look quite imposing. Receipts by river aince onr last report 1651 baits cotton, R0 bass seed-cotton and 4"73 sacks cotton seed. The Grand Tower added thirty tona of lower eosst freight when she passed down for Vieksburg Sunday. Msjor John D. Adams passed through the city Sunday on his way to Little Rock from a visit to tbe Atlanta Exposition. Captain J. M. Matimus, who has been at woik in the service of the Government on Bceuf river, arrived home yeiterday. The Annie P. Silver had a good trip on when she passed down Sunday morning. She add ed about ten tons of sundries at this port. The Gold Dust passed tip Sunday evening, discharging here some cotton and cotton-seed, the has been delayed on this trip up by fog. The Andy Baum had about 400 tons of freight for this port when she arrived from Cincin nati yesterday mornuig. She returns Wednesday. There ia one rouister less in tlie world. He aas not been seen nor heard from since he aked iiptain Stack Lee the "time o' day by dat 'ar Cock." The Golden Era, a small packet built for somo one of the branches of Yazno river, passed down for Vieksburg Suuday, stopping here several hours. Captain Kallaher was busy with a lot of borrowed hose yesterday, washing the deposit from the wharf left by the declining river. Good work well doue. Excepting a 13-incb. rise at Omaha and one of 1 inch at Louisville, the rivers were reported falling at all poiuts yesterday embraced in tlie Signal 8erviee reports. The weather yesterday was an unadulter ated cut from spring, and made oue feel like throwing off winter garb aud dounine the raiment of the season of ilowers. The City of Helena, in from St. Louis yes terday morning, had 7251 packages frelRht for Memphis. She returned yesterday evening with the usual upper-bend load. James H. Davis, a river engineer, who b,a been ill a long time, died, at his home in South n..i,....a, jvnrciu.j. iciutllll!, Will Ut lUlerrCtt in Elmwood at 3 o'clock this evening. The City of Orleans arrived from New Orleansyeswrdayevening. five days out, including freight for St. Louia. She lay here till miduight last night cleaning out her boilers. The lighthouse tender, Joseph Henry ar rived from New Orleans yesterday evening she was to have cleared out last night aud left for St. Louis at daylight this morning. She established a new light at liarbiu's Point, about sixty miles be low here. The New Orleans Timen-Democntt has this to say about Mr. Fred Anderson's splendid picture of the J. M. White, reeentlv sent down to that city to adorn the coal office of Messrs. Hrown .fc Jones: "The crayon picture of the J. M. White, sent irom Memphis to Messrs. Brown A Jones, of this citv, was placed on exhibit. ou yesterday. Iu its details it is above Ihe ordinary, an 1, as au old sti-am boat man and critical judire remarked, is the livest pic lure of a boat seen in many a day." The last pile of the bluff Btandin? bp- tween Union and Monrac streets is being removed iue iftiiwftj niiiuoriues, ine space lo le JMiVeil with stone as sood as the level of grade is rearhe I. As s..on as that is completed the remainder of the binds, excepting that on which the Customhouse stands, east of the railway, should be rerioved, aud the area made to conform with the crade of the various streets leading from Front lo the wharf. Here is work for the inciinim: citv ofticialg to thiol; about. KIVKRH A WEATHER Offtck Sionai. Service. U. 8. A. 1 Memphis, Ten:;., December 12, LSH1. The following observations are taken at the same moment of time at all the statious named: Above low water. Changes. Risu I Fall inches, inches. Feet I Inches. Cairo Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque Helena Keokuk Leavenwor.h Little Rock Iiiisville ifleaipliin Nashville New Orleans Pittsburg 11 6 10 a 4 5 6 7 5 3 19 9 2 9 1 3 10 3 10 16 32 Siirveisirt i. l-ouis ... Vieksburg Below high wuter 1S74. M ET KOROI.Ot ; ICAL K EPORT. Tune. Bar. Tiier. Wind. I Weather. 5S S.E. S E S K. Cloudy. Fair. IClear. ifaxlmtim Thermometer, 69. Miuiinuui Thermometer, 51. I Br TELEGRAPH. WHEELING. December I". Noon River 7 foot and stationary. Weather raining. Night River 7 leei. anu stationary, vv eather ruining. rJTTriBlTRG, December 12 Noon River 3 feet 7 inches on the gauge, and fnllinc. Weather- raining ana cool. Night River 3 f, t4 inches on uie gauge, ana tailing, weather raining. CINCINNATI, December 12 Noon River 12 feet 6 inches, and stationary. Weather cloudy, with a a heavy ruin this morning. Night River 12 'eet 4 lucnes, and tailing, weather cloudy aud pleas ant. VICKSBURG. December 12. Weather clear and pleasant; thermometer. 60'. River fallen 10 inches, with 32 feel S inches by the gauge. Up: Golden Citv, 11a.m. yesterday; City of Alum, 4 p.m. Down: Golden Rule, noon. Arrived: Belle Memphis, 11 a. .ii. NEW ORLEANS, December 12. Weather cloudy warmer and foggy; thermometer, H Arrived J. B. Williams, Coal Citv, Jim Woods and John A Woods, with coal tows, Pittsburg; J. H. Biglev and barges. St. Lonis. Departed: J. B. Williams and Coal Citv, Ohio river. The Belle of Shreveport MHucuuun lue log. SVANSVILLE.Decemberli Noon RIverahout stationary, with 9 710 feet scant on the gauge. Weather cloudy: thermometer, 4 to y-. Arrived: ini .-.niuaie, juempnis, 6 a.m.: tiuldini-Star, New V.I.C-W.B, , ..in., iepaneu: utuuing siar, Cincin nati, a a.m.: vint sniuaie. Cincinnati! q . m Night River stationary, with 9 6-10 feet large on t earner nsuny; mermometer, :vr . Business good. Down: James. W. Gaff, Cincinnati ui jwempius. CAIRO, December 12. Noon Weather cloud v and warm. Night River 22 feet falling with 20 eei oy me gauge. Weather cloudy; thermome ter, 60'. Arrived: Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati. 1 p.m. : jonu tt. Maude, Memphis, 2 p.m.: W. P Ilalliday. St. Louis. 6 p.m. Departed: John B. aude, st. lxuis, 5p.m.; Oakland -Sew Orleans, p.m. ovkmf.kts ar imeasi nteasierm. NEW ORLEANS. December 12. Arrived: His torian, eio Mexican porta. Cleared; Pembroke, i.iverioo!. NEW YORK. December 12. Arrive!: Brittanic, Liverpool: Maine, Bremen: St. Lourent Havre Geilert, Hamburg: Suevia. Hanibun:; Nederhind Antwerp; Lake Cbamplaiu, Liverpool; i'erbian Monarch, London; Egypt. LiverpooL KOI I.r'.K-M tKKKri, Robikt Lswis, DaniilShea, F. McCabtt, R. LEWIS & CO. tbojxer MAKERS - Copper and Sheetiron Work Ai 0. TKtt IOKN. All work done promptly, day or ulght. Terms cash fjao, Adams Street, near rier, Memphis, JUIeUUU.CS, HO. 51 SECOND UT, fi:0sa.m. JO. 203 2:(Kp.m. Si) 110 10:08 p.m. 30.UD5 HEDinXAL, FOR AGUE, CHILLS, FEVER AJTD AU HAt.AIUAL ATTACKS. USE DR. LESLIE'S QUININE WINE A PREVENTIVE, AND SURE CURE. PLEASANT TO TAKE. RECOSMt.MlKU BI ALL I'H tSICIAlTS. A SPLENDID NERVE TONIC. THE BEST REMEDY KNOWN FOB Tevm of all kin. I., I..., of Appetite. Tva pepnia. Indirection aud HenenU Debility, lu wuie-houlea,gl.oO "-lu Alk for It at DruKfttSU 1'rjDAred by ;LOBK CHEMICAL (CO, U Central Street, Itoaton. Quickly and Permanently I)r.Stinson sAstlimaRemwly la noequaled as positive Alterative and Cure for Asthma andUvssersia. and all their attendant evils. It does not merely afford temporary relief, but. Is a permanent care. Mrs. B. F. Lee, of Bel more, a, ears of it : "lam surprised at th tpeedy effect 0 yonr remedy, it u the first medicine in txx var( that has loonrd mv eouph nnd made expectoration eruv. Jnow tirep all ntffht without coughing'" If 3'our druggist does not keep It, send for treatise and tentimonials to II. P. K. FEC K A 4 80S Ilraavdwavj, Sew York. PO SI T1TE PILES Bold by all druggists. PRESCRIPTION FREE For the spdT Ctirt of Ntyou Woakne., Lout Vital !tv, Premature Debility, brought on by Indiscretion and Ki. cease. DrugiHU have tha LugrtfUieuta. bmt ia tHaia tSeaied EaTcHVpa. Atldreu VR. JAQTTES, 130 Weet 6th Pt-, CTnctottati, O. NERVOUS DEBILITY A CURE UUARAKTEED. Da. E. G Wkrt'b Nkkve and BEAIHTRIATMTrr A specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsions. Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, Loss ol Memory, Spermatorrhea, Impotcncy, Involuntary Emissions, Premature Old Age, caused by over exertion, self-abuse or over-lHdulgence, which leads to misery, decay and daauu una hi will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treata nt. One dollar a box, or six boxes for"8v doll t; sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of price. We g-nar&utee six boxea to cure any cum. WlLA each order received by us for six boxes, accompa nied wiLh five dollars, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return tbe monjw if the treatment does not effect a cure. Ouanthiees is sued only by A. RENKERT A CO.. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 215 Maiu street, Memphis, Tensv orders by mail will receive prompt attention. This great specilie cures that most loathsome dis ease. SYPHILIS. Whether In tin Prlmsrr. Heeo: sdary or leriiary niage. Removes all traces of Mercury from the system. Cures Scrofula. Old So.-es, Rheumatism, Ecze ma, Catarrh, or any Blood Disease. Cures trbrn Hot Springs Fall t Malvern, Ark., May 2, 18S1. We have cases in our town whe lived at Hot Springs, aud were iiuallv cured with S. S. S. MCCAMMON di MURRY. Memphis, Tenn., May 12, 1SKL Wc have sold 129o bottles of 8. 8. 8. in a year. It has given universal satisfaction. Fair minded physicians now recommend it as a positivespeciflc S. MANSFIELD Ji CO. Louisville, Ky., May 13, 1881. 8. S. 8. has given better satisfaction than any mediciue 1 have ever sold. J. A. FLEXNER, Denver, Col. , May 2, 1881. Every purchaser speaks in the highest terms of 8. 8. 8. L. MELiSETEB, Richmond, Va., May 11, ISM. You can refer anybody to us in regard to the merits of 3. S. 8. POLK, MILLER dt CO. Have never known S. S. 8. to fall to cure a case of Syphilis, when properly taken. . 11. L. DENNARD.l p r. ELI WARREN, PenT. G- The above signers are gentlemen of high stand ing. A. II. COLOCITT. Gov. of Georcla. If you wish, we will lake yonr ease, To He Paid f or When Cored. Write for particulars and copy of little book, 11 Message to the Unfortunate," or ask your drug gin for it. aiuoo Reward will be paid to any chemist who will lind, on analysis 100 bottles S. 8. 8., one particle of Mercury, Iodide Potassinm, or any Min eral substance. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Prop'rs, Sold by druggists everywhere. Atlanta, Ga aaVPrice of regular or large size reduced to tl 75 per bottle; small size, holding hall the quantity, price tl per bottle TUREAD. ftiiL.u r,i Hi.K.iiinnr.im y aw im Production Doubled. Agcdn'Doubled. John Clark,Jr.&Co's BEST !ix-Cord FOB- Macliino or Hand Use THOMAS RTJSSEIX & CO. SOLE AGENTS. PRIZE MEDALS GRANTED AT London, Paris, Now Yorli, Vienna, l'liiladeipliia, Cincinnati, ami Charleston, M. C. FOR SALE BT B. Ixwcnrtein A Bros. Menken Brother-, Ilejftch & Brush. OUt'iiheiiiKT & Sohwurta. I. GoUiwrnith A Brother, Wm. Frank & i'o. Kahn A Frt'ihcrtf, Leu brie ltrvibers. "BEST HI THE WORLD? ITtflNi 11,3 ,.., RtVFRSi La fi f.s a n a . aji . kn v . , art u v. - - ' w . AMOURSTOBEKEtrtKrORlT. 7V surt t call Jir the 1 A size I Our ' A is stronger thin ' C or U of cheap Silks. Every spool measures 100 yards, just as marked Cheiip Silks measure only 40-50 to r yards 1 1 1 If you want a splendid Button-Hole Twist useotlfj j'.xirnt Quiii 7'wut. I he BRATNl.RD & ARMSTRONG SILK k being used and recommended by the Dressmakers, stud we consider them the best j utiles ia the vrotld.j FOR itALtt BT Wm. Frank &: Co., Memphis.) Gerber & W ilson, Mmplsis.r WHOLRS1M.E ONLY. Lennon & (iale, Memphis. sWOf A 6-p.ie puniphlct, giving Rulr nd PesifTM for Knittnig Silk Scockings, Mittens, Money Pursw. Babies' Caps and Boots, Laces, etc., will be presented any l.tuy buying our UJc or XWist tt tae tboro. meu stores. USE GEORGE A. CLARK, SOLE AGENT. Th BEST and ' - su. Ti...4 .ar.li.su. BEWABE OP 1JIITATIOXS. A Complete Assortment Tor Kale, at Wholesale, by Lowuslrl. Rnw. aud W. K. Moore 4t Co, At Retail by l.oweuatelu llros.. l.enbrle ltriM., aud H111. Iraiiat at 1. ASTHMA CURE FOB Sr. Ia rr. J: - Yiw Mr e- mt mw mw SI mw Am MW rw mhj rm O.'Ht A Gaa luansi I m uBera Irum suneriU debility lo such tn ej.nt uiat my labor waa.lOMdlnitr tmi. deaMina toma. A vacation of amoath did not kit. ma much roi.ef, tmt on tho ntrTwi7?ltowd IbJ Incrd prrtratu.n Mid ..nkina chilla At this time I oeroo lb. of rrmr IkowTonio. from wtatahl Z allied aimo.t Immwlu.t, nd T.-ond.rful rwult. 1 (mold rn.ra returned aS II found that 22 natur.l tJZ mA11 ltTSj2i'ii!ia th K,toft titnB durloK my Ulnm.s,anrl with douhln tho, work. 1 know oot wkat. Igivoit thrr.rtit. SThn Iron Tonir in a I J'rrpnmtion of IVo-1 I toritif of Iron, frm- I I ri.a ar, anal itio. P I pfiafea, onsotHatr-d 1 I tritH Ihr i rortablr- k .IrmuUiM, Itwrml erri-v put-pooe N-hrr f IA Vanl. 4m ...... , -asutACfUStll IT TMt PR. HARTEB MEDICINE CO fp is a don LUMBER MERCHANTS And Dealers In DOORS, SASH, BLINDS and MOLDINGS, FLOORINO. rellliiff, Sldinjc Shingles, Lath, Etc. omee maut Store, So. una Seeeasi St. I Tard and Waretaonse. Cor. Hsnaade Jk Sarsn wap rnra i.istH, r.siniiHU'H ano .iioi.img hooks Walled on appllratlOB COTTON WHOLESALE GROCERS, SO.SOO fttCtJi'S' KTKKKT - . InTKytPIIIN R. F. TATE iAte of Bennett's Laadlna, Miss TATE And Commission Merchants, Jfos. S64 aud 3GG Front Ht.9 Moniplils, Tenn. Iillwpral f Atlvniircw Wade on ConalftTinientit of Cotton. PliAMT Influres against Fire, Marine and JPAID HP CAVM1L. D.T. 0KTER, Prest. 8. H. -ROOKS, R. L, COFFIN, JNO. OVERTON, Jr., D.T. I'OKTER, Loaaea Puitl by the Company, a Hair Million Dollars. IIS. RATNE. the Secretary, U also Agent for several staunch Foreign Com panics, prominent among then the Kortb Hrttlxli and Mercantile. In his Agency, Mr. Raine Insures all classes of prop erty, including Giuhousos, at the lowest rates possible to secure reliable Indemnity. Office in Planters Building. 41 Madl&on Street 3 - - "!rjvAi saw Asn PLAiriita mut katt tabvd. - DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, HOLDING, LUMBER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, and Cedar Posts, TVT o rrt y- hlw w m, Te,-mr o.mmsmoy n ..- XJ J W U CH Mancfaatiiren of mtr-rr description of Circular, .V. Itabber and Leather Belting, Film, .lluiulri-l, ( un: Hooks, Saw (ioanen, Upweta,aaa all Saw and 1'lanlnir 9IiU Snpiiliea ;s..l. Mumifscturers ot Leckwootl's Patent Slsatesl Circular Saw. ETEBV SAW H ARIUXTSI). trsT-Camf ul attenUen to reialr work. Agsntalor TAIMITE WHEELS Our Xew llhistrad il Cutnloeno mailed fit-e) on application. I1F0R TAUT SPECIAL NOTICE TX view of the constantly fncreaslne popularity X the celebrated ARROW TIE, the universally recognised favorite Tie of Planters, Cotton Pressmen and shippers of cotton generally, the McConib Tie Company, of New York, sole proprietors and man ufacturers of said Tie, commanding uneoualed facilities, have, In ad. dition to their large stock oa hand, contracted for increased quanti ties, sufficient to meet the largest demand io. Cotton Ties to cover the entire crop of the coming season, a A now, through their Agents gen erally, offer tbe popular and irrepressible ARROW TIE at the lowest maraei price, in Dunuics complete, it being tne purpose ot tne com- pany to merit the continued patronage of the planting community anu aeiyau competition mat may arise, i curely riveted to the baud, thus preventing the loss or sami ping, and making stronger Tie.; For Sale by all Wholesale Grocers Cotton Factors. J. J. MeC OMK, President, JOHX K. SPEED & i'O., Special DEALER IN m" ZtTSmm!! ""sasgjpigsa" F STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS HARDWARE. HOLLOW-WARE & CASTINGS, SOLE AUE.NTS FOK TAN'S Ul(JnT-IROfl RAN4JE. Also nangrsrlnrea Plaia aid Japauucd Tinware, Copper nnd fSlieetlron Wav Tin Koon n s;, NMutlnK, Untterlns; and all IA lulls oi Jobblna; rroniptly Attended to. No. 94 Mw-tii Street. ? , . Memphis, TfmTt""ee HILL, FOWTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 206-298 Front tit.. ITIeniphls, Teun. HILL, Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'te o. 116 ontli Main ntr eet. Hi. JLoals. aPSsl S, lH G rocers, Cotton Factors A1VI COJOIISSIOIV JUaKCHAKTS, 260 and 262 Front H. COOUER B GO. MANUFACTUKEJCS OP Doors, Sash, Blinds L Moldings ALL Uf" UUUK AMU WINUUW-FRAMbS, Bracketa and Scroll-work, Rough and Drewed Lunber, Shingles, Laths, ate. 161 to 179 Washington St., Memphis, Tenn. r-oniar arfwt pars earrv v. in to tne JAM EH YO.SfeK. r. II. IBDfX'ESHOKS TO J.W.C WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Mercnanis ltemoved to 32JL Front stret t, HenipliU, Tenn. l.NdM( by (fcamcafi-l el trrofr-BKism, fori Win., Urn-rait iir-billlf. rrntnlr U4m- E ffHM. H'llH,.f It.Af.fl it neror iMfore .qjotmI. - .iw lii. srmnqull n.rra lftho Toolo ha, not dooa tbm J. t. WATSOW. Pa.tnrChrl.t1an Ohnrch. Tro. O no. an aowTM nia STsttr. t. tiia, mm TT & FACTORS RIMPNON. TATC Eate, of Bennett's Landing, Mta BROS. GO EMS IMS. CO Inland Risks at Moderate Rates. : o-m sta aaa HXOU.UUU J0HX 0YERT0N, Jr., V. Pres' G. D. RAJVE, See'j. DIRECTORS: J. R. GODWIN, J. W. FTJ MEK, . B. GALBRXATH G. V. RAMBAUT, N. B. SLEDGE, wi:!l - " . t. '1 .ssnss v-.(iiL1.-',. : i'-t"-.v---'iAHt t9 ! n ss " st. io 619 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo. ill, nnd C roaa-Cut 8awi Whansals ana (remand for i. - .ow in ahip- and New York. Ag-pitts, ALL KIKDH OF nmmt & uu, Street, Hemphis, Tern? Marwpthnwa aonare from tha Milt WltlTK. J. W. CAA-b laaL. aldwell & Co. F. M. WH1TI A CO.l DISPENSARY. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Uedical Dispensary, Jto. 17 Jeflemon Street. Between Main and Frest, Meannnia ESTABLISHED TH 1K0. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all partta in. tereauid ax by far the most raocemful phya clan In the treatment of private or secret diseases. Quick, thorough and permanent cure. auaranWM In everycase, male or female. Recent oaaea of Gon. orrheaand Syphilis cured In a few days, without the use of mercury, change of diet or hlndmnos from business. Secondary Syphilis, tbe last vestlgv eradicated without the use of mercury. Involuntary loss of semen stopped In a short time. Sufferers irom tmpotency or toss oi sexuai power, nmuvi to free vlm.r in a few waeka. Victims of self-abnss and exoeaalve venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss of physical sud mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Partlcularattentlon saiS io ine Diseases ot women, ana cures susrautetxi. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. Piles and Old rioma cured without the use of osustle) or Uie knife. AU ooniultations strictly eonfldentlaL Medicines sen t by sxpress to su pans oi u country umce nours from s a.m to p.m. r. B. .1 .lORVBOW. M l. TRUSTEE RALES. Trustee's Kmle. BY virtue of the terms of a certain deed of trust to me executed by Younft F. Marleyand his wife, Maori e L. Marley, on the Slat day of January. 1SM1, which aald deed it recorded in the Retrister's Office of Shelby county. In Record Book No. 135. pass 2Twi, default having been made in the oaren antaand agreements thereof, and hsvlng been re quested by a majority of the beneficiaries in num ber and amount, as trustee, I will, on sturdily, tbe Isto. day January, 18S3. between the honrs of 12 o'clock m. an 1 o'clock p.m.. at the east door of the courthouse, in Mem phis, or the Taxing District of said Shelby county, tell at publio auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described property, all of which said trsctsor parcels of land are situated in the said county of Shelby and State of Tennessee: 1. Lying near Withe Depot, and beginning at a take two whlteoak sud two dogwood pointers, th. northwest corner of ihe southern division of the ?U0-scre timet, known ss lbs Lore land: running thence east 70 chains ta blackoak and three point ers; thence north 18 chains and 61)4 links to th. middle of an avenue, iiu feet wide, to do known as Marley aveuue; thence west with the middle of said arenas 2 chains to the southwest corner ot that part of a 262i-acre tract bought by H. 8. Gril ling at the same chancery sale at which this was purchsaed by the said Marley: thence north with, the said Grifflug'B west line 18 chains sod 67 S links to the count, road, running or leading from Withe Depot to Hickory Withe; thence wt with said road 4.2 chains to a stake; tbeuce south, cross ing said avenue, 37 chains and 75 links to the be ginning, containing, excluding said avenue, 208 2-6 acres. 2. Also, a lot KtxllSS feet In the town ot Tlay Title, in said tihelliy county, lying on tbe north side of Walker street, 4a feet east of Cheaur ave nue, being 2Vxll.'.K feet of the went part of a lot described iu s deed te said Young F. Marley, in book 88, page 51k of the Register's office, and tx 115 feet purchased by deed to the said Marley, nf record In about Book ls.r, on which said lot of S3x ll.'.K is built a storehouse, recently occupied by Marley A Co. S. Also, a certain other lot in the said town ot Haysvllle, being pai rts of lota CH, G9 and 70, and, part of Old Greenlee street, beginning on Brown street at the northwest corner ot the V ar acre tract conveyed by the said . F. Marley to Mrs. Hughes, and running westward with Brown street 7 47-100 chslns, more or less, to Jackson street; thenca southward with Jackson street 10 20-lu) chains to Campbell street; thence eastward with Campbell alrewt 7 16-100 chains, more or less, to the southwest corner of J. F. Cody's 2-acre lot ; thence northward with Cody's line 4 27-100 chains to his northwest corner; thence eastward with his northern line 4 fift-lOO chains to Greenlee street, as now lorated ; thence northward with Greenlee street 2 3M00 I chains, more or less, to southwest corner ot Mrs. Hughes IS acre lot: thence westward with her soutn une 4 .w-itw chains to ner southwest comer; thence northward with her western line 2 97-10 chains to the beginning, containing by estimation 1 8-10 acres, more or less. The right and equity of redemption, and all right of exemption, dower or homestead are expressly waived. Tlie title to the several described tracts or arcels of ground are believed to be good, but the undersigned sells as trustee only. J. M. GOODBAR, Trustee. MEMrnig, December 10, 1881. Clapp it Beard, atly's. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Trust Deed exeentcd Uo ns. May , lsi, by U. F. Maxwell and E. Ii . Maxwell, wo will, on Jssasry 12. lana. ell for cash, at auction, on tbe southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, city of Memphis, Tennessee, the following laud, in Shelby county, Tennessee: Beginning at s point on the west sido of Rayburn avenue, which is the southeast corner of a five-acre lot orutinallv conveved by John McLemora to wra. Gilbert and others, bxk N, page 104: mnuluc thence south with the we. t line of Rayburn avenue l'i feet to a stake; thence west and parallel with the south llneol said Ave-acro tract 2n0 feet to a stake : thence north 126 feet to a stake in the south line of said five-acre lot; thence east 250 foet to the beginning, with all im provements. All rights of redemption, homestead and dower, are expressly waived in said trust, and the title is believed to be perfect, but we sell sa trustees only. There Is s prior encumbrance on this property for tne purchase money, but ss the bene nciarv under each xnorUraae Is the ssms. no conflict of Interests will arlre. December 7, 1881. R. w. CARROL, W. R. RIMS. GEORGE B. COLEMAN, Trustees. Valone A Watson. Attorneys. CHAXCEKY NAI.E8. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. SMB. R. Chancery Court of Shelby county v. u. uraoam vs. jono n. maiaiiiset at. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, entereil in the above cause on the 12th day ot May. 1881, M. B. 31, pace 3. .9. I will sell, at publio Clerk and Maater'a otfioe. Courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, Oa Salnrdny, December SI, 1S81, within leesl hours, the followins described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Teun., to-wlt: Being Datt of section 4. range 4. and beginning at Jerae Bridges'! northwest corner and J. B. Home's eaat line; thence cast '25.40 chains to a stake: thenre north 13. HO chains to a stake ; thence east 10 chains to a stake: thence 45. JO chain, to a stake; thence weat 2M.16 chains to a stake; thence south 89 20 chains to a slake: thence cas 9.66 chains to a stake; thence south 16 chains to a staks In Clear creek; thence south 4.50chalns to the DeginmnR, containing In all 147 .v-100 acres. Terms ol halt Canri. This November 29, 1S81. B. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Weatherford A KWps. Bola forcomr!n't. HARMS Ali'S SAIiE. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE NOTICE. Partition Sale or the Hoist Real Etttata. NO. 839 FQTJITT TJ. fl. CTRCTJIT COVRT, WEST-' Kri lilSTRJCT OF TNNKSa. SAMUEL H. D0NSCOMB et als. va. MAROARET - puuai OIS1S. PURSUANT to a decree made and entered of record in the United States Circuit Court for the Western District of Tenneaaee. In the above en titled cause, on the 12th davof Novrmiu.r laai certified copy of which said decree is duly lusued to me, teteu at Memphis, ieuu., November 19. 1881, 1 will, OB Saturday, tbe attti raw of December, A.M9. iaMit at noon, and In front of the Shelby County Conrt house BtitUliiiK. la tbe Taxing liintrirt of Shelby county, Tnnsee, expose for sale, at public out cry, and then ami there sell, to the highest and beat bblder, Uis real estate named in said decree, snd dehcritied as follows : 1. A certain Irasefaold. nndcr a written lpaae. from William Yates. Sr., to V. K. Hoist, of data April li, lHoX for niuety-nlne years from that date, in the following described lot of ImiiiI. in th of Memphis, Blielby county, Tenneaa.e, vis: On theeaat aide of Main street, lictwoen Monroe and Union streets, beginning- at W. B. (irevulaw's northweal corner (at Uatc of lease! ; running thene. north 37S feet; thence castling feet to an alley; tlienee with the alley 37! feet to Wm. B. Orcen- aw's northeast corner, and tbenoe 14Hk fnt to th. beglnnlnc. and designated as honaca and 122 in the city numlxrlHg. of houses on said street. Also tne soaoiute tiue to the following described proiertv, viz: 1. Lot on Hrlnklcysvcnue, hctrlnntnirat a syca more tree on said avenue, I la vast aide, in the ten seres of the Hoeg tract; thenee running south wardly in a line with tbe east line of said avenu. one hundred and forty feet toasmall stake; thence eastwardly perpin.lieular to aald avanueand In a parallel uno wun eKirman's one hundred and seventy-live feet; theuce northwardly lu a parallel line with said aveuua lo Gorman's lot one hundred and forty feet; thenee in a line with said Gorman's line back to tlie beginning un hundred and seventy-five feet. i ixil on Monroe street. In said Memphis Tax Ing-DiMrii-t, beginning at the northeast corner of the alley between Second and Third streets, on the north side of Monroe street ; thence easlwardly with tlie north aide of aald Monroe street tarentv. one feet two Inches: theuce northwardly seventy. four feet three inches to s stake; thence wostward ly twenty-one feet two iuehes to a stake on tho east sine oi aam aucy: inenee wun tne east side of aaiil alley twenty ty-fourfeet three Inches to tbe point of . being part of lot St' conveyed to W. R. fames Kimbroiigh and by said Hm'th to beginning. Smith by James 1 Margaret L. Uoduer. bv di-eri of data I.'lih K. l.nia- ry, W, and duly registered In the Begister's offlo. of Shelby county on the 17th February, lMtt. 8. Lot on Brown avenue, in Memphis, commcmv Ing at the southeast corner of Mra. Kilea F. Moist'. lot ou tne nortn anie of Brown avenue, east of liiw sou) street, running east ono hundred feet, front, ingon Brown's avenue; tbeuco running scventy flve feet north; theuce running west one hundred feet parallel with Brown's avenue; thence run ning seventy-five feet south to the beginning. 4. Two lots ou Uunlap street, Memphis, known, and described in Kaaland's survey sa thirteen and fourteen, and mole lart i nlarlv deseril.e.1 r,,. Rucker's Map of the City of Memnhia. Tenneaaea. as fourteen ami fifteen, and Miuuded as follow.' Lot No. 13 begins on the west side of Dutilao ave nue; thence uorth one hundred and r.vA f.M.t imm a stake tea stake; thence weat three hundred aud eighty-seven feet to tlie Itagland avenue; thenca south to a atake one hundred and live feet to the beginning. So. 14 begins at a stake on tho west side of Dunlap avenue and thence north one hun a nvo feet to a stake; thence west three ........... .,,. i-.K".j-w--Yeu leeiui a stake ou tbe Ragland avenue; tbeuce south one hundred and five loot to a stake: thntipa ea.i t k ... k.....i i eighty seven feet to the beginning. 6. Lot on Beale street, iu Memphis aforesaid, designated upon the plan of aald city aa lot No eleven in block aixty-two, said lot fronting on the norm ikio oi i-ai street one hundred feet, and running bar k northwardly in parallel lines with width af one hundred feel to tbe north line of (jsvoso street extended 1m.i,.v t ... u..i.. u stead. H"JrtPr-rty will be sold free from any dower, right or claim of the defeudant, Virginia C. Uolst! as the widow of George 11. Hoist, deceased. TERMS OF BALK Oua-third rash; balance In six and twelve months, with interest, with ap proved security, and lien retained for deferred payments. M. T. WILLIAMSON. ASSICsSEK NALF. Assignee's Sale. UNBKR and by virtue of an assignment and trust deed made to me by Wm. McDonald. Jany 2.S, lll.a, of record in the Register's ohioe ot Shelby county, in book lis, page 1. I will, on Mninrdajr, llmmbrr 17. 1MI, beginning at 12 o'clock, in Irout of tbe courthouse sloor, in the i city of Memphis, sell at public suc tion, to the highest bidder, for cash, tho following; real estate, to wit: Lot No. 11 of Lotland's tiaet. en Trigg avenue, having a front of -2.VI feet on saii avenue by a depth of suo feet, and more particu larly described In a deed made by Charles L.IUnd to McDonald A W nod worth, of record in said office in book 75, page 434. Also, part of lot No. in block M, on east side of Desoto street, more particularly described la the ied of A. P. Curry, Sheriff, to McDonald & ti owl worth, of record .iu said office. In book 77 page 34. Also, all -of the books, aeconnta and notes be. longing to the late firm of McDonald A Wood wortu, a list of which may be seen at the office of Cloth A Koltnian, No. S.HH Front street, and at th. sale. (iKOKUK H. H KKBKRS, Assignee. . Metralf A Walker. Attomava " EDUCATIONAL. SUSAN L. HEltON, B. 0., PUBLIC READER AND ToaoUer of Blooutlon, WU;V. OWE.S rTERNOON AND KVKNINQ ... . , Clsases in Memphis for StudenU, Lawyers. Ministers and Teaohera. early In Ixxsember For further information call on. or send fbrelr. SraSu' To, U