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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1883.
RAILWAY RECORD. AARIVALANO DtP"TUKEQF TRAINS rhfMMkf, Ohio nnd Wouthwiwlwn- Trains move m follows: Ko 2 eMrei! leaves nt 11:45 p.m. ; No. 8 (mail) at 7:- .in.; No. 6 (Cdv inttun iuromnimlHtiun) t 4:40 p.m. No. 1 (ox-pro-) arrive! nt S a.m.; No. i arrives at 1:45 p.m.; No. 5, Covington accommodation. 8:50 a. m. (eity time.. . JHeuapli.1 and I.ftflr Rock Truing mora an follow: No. 1 .enve. daily at4:44i p.m.; ar rive at 11 :25 p.m.; No. 3 lenves At5a.ni : ar riveii nt 7;i a.m.; No. (freitrlit) leaves llopo ficli . a.m. : nrriveP nt fi :-J p.m. l.oalt. IIIc and hmIi-,.1U Train toot w follow; Fact mail arrives daily at 4:40 a.m.; leaves at p.m.; mail leaves daily at 7:55 a.m. Krwii!viile apoommoiljition leaver daily, except Sunday, at 4 :.V p.m. ; mail arrives daily at 4 : J p.m. itrownsville ae-oninioiitinn arrives daily. except Hnnd-iy. at -Sr.in a.m. (rity time). Mfinpbis nnd 4'l.urlf-lMi Traius move as follows (city time : Through exprcMs leaves daily at 11 :.W p.m. Mail and exnre-a loavea daily atTiW a.m. Sotnervilte mToiuniodittion leaves daily, except Smnl.iy, at 4 p.m. 'ihroUKh ex press arrives d;ily at ll.'iO a.m. Mail and ex press arrives daily nt 9:3 p.m. Kmnerville ac commodation arrives daily, except Sunday, at 8:V a.m. JltMMlMipp and TanwfS-Trains move as follows : Now Orleans mail leaves dnily at r:40 p.m.; riardis accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4:1 p.m.; Ire urn t leaves daily, ex cept Sunday, at t:4." a.m. New Orleans until ar rives daily at 9;"o a.m.: Sard in accommodation arrives daily, except Sunday, at S :4."a. m, ; freight arrives iliii.y. except .Sunday. ut:i:lup.iu. Freitflit trains curry pusncnKer. FINANCE AND TRADE. Review ef the Week. Tlie past week has developed no change in the financial condition, except ins;, perhaps, a very slight increase in the demand for money, solely for mercantile purposes, the increase being freely met at ruling- rates. Bankers anticipate no material pressure for the present. There are no new feature to report in local and State securities, iu which there ha been but little or no movement. Kates of exchange on New York, Boston and New Orleans were changed Thursday to'i discount buy ing and par selling, the sanio rates being, quoted that day for Eastern cotton bills. The Clearing house book show an iucre.ise in clearances for the week of $f,2f0 over the previous week's reports, as indicated in tbo following tabulated statement: Last Week 414:).4! till V27.404 rl .J,4'.'4 W 117.H77 Oi l;tt.4o4 17 indicates that corn closed at 46c; 4uVc forOctc ber and 42 'lie for year; wheat closed at $1 02)4 for spot. $1 02 ksd for October deliveries, and $1 02 bid for year; oats closed at 25c for spots and all future deliveries: pork clotted at $11 25; lard, 7 75; clear rib tfides. So 10; hogs were 84 50 i5 15. pernoxai am 4.i;m:rak The PosmHire Iftipaitmeut nil oh that a rondurtor or other person in clmrtre of express mail is not odliged lo receive mail master. If letter" incliMetl in jruvern men t ttiint('l enwil opert of a proper denomination :ir iiandcd them thev may carry them it they rtt desire. The eiijriiii'ers s:,y that Home of the heav iest t;radc work in rhc South in I-- he found on the line of tin; New Orleans tnttl Ai is-iy-i i Vulley railroitd, InMnceii 1'ori (lili-iii rind liuton Kt.uire, a distance of H ri mile. V, rk on the gmde, how ever, if being pushed rapidly, as there is a fire of mm en eaeh M'dioii. I p ut this date lour mile:) of track have been laid smith .f I'.trt (ib son. Uetween New t Crleim and ltatoii Kougc 4'1 miles of the truck have been hal!ated, and is a solirl and rUin..ih as any in the cuntr . The otliet;ils say thai within Die net tv.o nr three Keeks a large force ofcontiiis at present cm ployed on the Morgan branch ro:id to the Avery Halt mine will he traiiMcrred to the New Orleans and AlissiMippi Valley immiI. and put to work Iml lating the remainder of the truck to li.ilmi Kouge. Tiie work w ill be finished ill u uliort time, as iute l ire portion of the track din.- nol re quire imy Imlluft. The 11 iintinjcton Bridge. XAwirviLi.K, b toher 1. The DavitLson cituiity court to-diiy voted the acceptance of the propostl ion of the llnntintrioii and other project nrs ii the new roml from Ciiiciuiiati to Na.-divilJe tluit the ccmiity shall levy a tax siiflicient to pay hulf the cot id the Uridtre across the t'umhc rlatid river, to be useil jointly by the railroad aud by the county as a ire.. hriivc to tin city. 9i 4 bance In iiir I.imiKv ille nnd Clilraev Itato Hur. Isii.xApin.is,Orto!KT 1. The mtuatioii in the niilrotid rules war is uni'hiillcd. It is tiuiiited that nnlessa Viinirninie is ctfected lit the next twenty-four hours Die old lines will en tr fhf ontest in cuttimr rates. The Louisville New Alhfioy ami t'hicc.tfo earricil oyer HhM"1ii- ci!sru paseticrs la.-t week, while the old lines c;i ri.-il iLiitnit t ie umil nninoertit n.ts Jenifer" at tl lull rate-i. To-day, however, show a lulling off in the number of passengers by the olu routes. Keduml KjiIvwuii I lie Iron nnntain. St. I ju is, ( Vtnber I. r rum ami alter to day hosseiiirer fan's to puints in M isonri on thelmn Moiuitiiln railrmid will be rciluci'd irdti four ti t hree cent per mile, and to all points in Arkan sas fr-ra live to three cents per mile, this is a reduction of from rii. Louis to Little Kmk and H 4o to T.-xarkiuia, and till points in Texas reached hv the Iron Mountain. This miiki uniform r:it? nt' three cjmiIs imt mile in the three States of Mi.-.-otiri. Arkansiis :in.l Tex:ns. It also makes it lower r ite from here to lociil points than charred by lli Tex is agd St. Lonis road for cor responding disriiiees to local points, and the Iron Mountain will continue to meet any rate made by the Texas and St. Louis road to corres ponding point-. The rate to Sun Francisco by the Texas and Pacific route ii nUo lowered tf-t S bv thi a T.iiiycMicTit . Week Previous tl4:.,44Ji yj li-,it4 V, DO.ItVl Hti H5.714 H4 w.rsi7 rii Afonday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday ... Friday (Saturday.... Total-s for the week...$To..2So 77 t.03ti o In general trade the past week has dcvcloed a slow but steady growth, excepting in feedstuff's and prodii'-e. The present warm weather retards the movement in vegetables except in a small re tail way. The, same complaint is made- in the butter and cheese market. The trade in feed it tuffs has been very .slow, but prices remain about as niiotcd the same time last week. The cotton tnnrket has been quiet and steady all the week. 1'', ruling ;'or middling until Wednesday when at the opening of business the entire list was reduced 'c, but recovered with slight revision at the close of that day good or dinary, low middling und middling fair being advanced Hc. The planters have been favored with splendid "pi.kiiig" weather, the result be ing a favorable in tcjic in receipts for tho week, iu a measure counteracting the impressions that the crop had been seriously damaged by the drouth. Transactions of the week have been con fined almost solely to spinners, though export ers took hold uiiticingly on two day? of the week They seem to he awaiting a more settled condt tion of other markets that exert more or less iu flue nee on tins one. 1 he week u receipt snow un increase of H'.I bales over the same week last year, the tot:i receipts for the month being fj bales in exec.-s of the same month in 1H. The week's transactions were 1700 bale in excess of the previous week- The quotations at the close of the week, as compared with the previous week. were as follows Ordinary (iood Ordinary how Aliddling Middling 'iood Aliddling..... AI iddling tair 'air Sept. 2Sth Sept. -1st M WJOU 1 IMKH. W-4 V 10 i- lO'i Wi W. W ..Noui. N'om lteceipts at Alemphis during the officinl week aggregnteo: -)IKiS o.iles, against 21 til bales tile ore vious week. 21i!Uniles the corresponding week laHt season. Hh-i p,8,(.in lKl. Ibc total re"etpts sin cptcmbe 1, IS-.:, were H7." bales, against bale at tiio correspotHiing jturiod last seri' son. an ni'-rea.o ot .ivc taies. At tiiu same tunc tn iw the receipts were.nm Ual Shipments daring the ollicixl week aggregated JUo oales. avamt IJM imles the previous week iti bales the corn'-pondiii week last season, and Vt4 bales iu 1KS. The total shiimients since September 1st were 7ii7s balw, Mitius,t 174o bales 111 n. anu i.i.i i:ilo in is . The total stock on hand was lu.liS bales, against f t oaics at mis time last year; inl9Sl,J bales. ."vi 1 e in Atcilllthis dtiri'urtbe official vonlc rmratcd .m) bales, of which exporters took 10 Siinners :t.ssj bale-, and speculators atrainsT a loiai ut miles last week. 01 grnirat bales. bn le which Jl hale were to exporters to spinner?, bales to sreculators. 171 bjlcs Aliddling. WEEKLY STATEMENT fF RECEIPTS. WUKNCR UK Rf VKI WliKK :n'I1N(1 SIXI'K HKl'TKM BKR 1st. Do you want a pure, bloom ing Com jilex ion Jf so, a few nnplifiitinns of Hasan's MAUNOLIA HUM will ;rat il'y j on' to jour heart's con tent. Jt does away with Sal lowness, ltedness, Tiinpies, Hlotclies, and all diseases anil imperfections t'llie skin. It overconiestlie lluslied appear, anee of heat, fatigue ana ex citement. 1 1 makes a lady of THIRTY appear but TWEN TY; and so natural, gradual, and perfect are its effects, that ft is impossible to detect Oh appllcatitai. Mi-mi. .V Ch:ir. 1(11 Mi". r -lin. Itli L. ic N. U. S. UK Muiii.Alii.ikl:!t C, O. ,v S. ".Rh I...N. . i T. lilt .MNni.iti Hivcr V hitir Kiver St. KranrM Uiver ArkHli!uii Ki'.to- t:il rivers. ... W 11 you ami otlic-i suiircfs Tlli 1 eii 1-V2 1HIJ ' Thix Veali Veal S72 40 V6 V4 1.471 1 ,!W't 187 1,'J n.i lat y :n7 134 M i KiO i'.;t:il WKKKLY I .(!" I a.lir.i i s.7 Last Year 113 4'.T 372 DO 4:15 2.;s ISTATEM ENT OP SHIPMENTS. M'KKK KNhINU SKIT. L'S.K-tl. SINI'K HF.I'TKM Lnt Thin Ye:ir Year Yuar Year Mem. A Chnr. UK 'J-V 4 ' 2,lill ! Hit Mw. .V Ti-nn. KU -Jii ' 1!4 ' 44.'. I I IP 1.. & S. II. s. lil! l.:ts 2HI I ni7 CO. S. W.Ktt 22ii 15 i 412 Mmn.Jil.it.ltkUU Steaim-M ltji'th...J ! 1 4 Sto.iiiit'r notith....' j 121 . ' Totul.. ; 2.1170 i 377 .07J 1.74-"i COURSE OF THE MEMPHIS. MAHKET. 1 h.' follmi ritiir sh'inn tlio courj.' of the Mem-phis market an I tlie niee ul' miil.lliiiic eutl.m frum the iMetiiti of t :ie se.i.nii as emiiared with the .ime nine ini year: FINANCE. TUe nites ior money continue at 8 per cent discount. Cleannm Balmnoei October let $ 1rt7..Wl 7- $ .H W Same day lut week. 1UM! 18,9i .rM Same day lat yur Vl,tt22 33 40.&42 29 Exchange on Now York bnyinr at l4 discount. geUinc at par. Eastern cotton bills bnyinr t ler cent, diftvoant, iellinic at par: and exchange on New Orleana V4 dUcouut buyins, and par nell- Hank inockii Hank of Commerce, l.u bid, 140 ked: First National. Hi: German National. 2D0; Manhattan. luO-'r'lTO; Sut National, 128 bid. JO a."keU : t nion and 1 lantern. l-k bid. Insurance Storks Houie. Hi offered : Bluff City. 100; People. "; Planters. ll'; Pboenix,9U; Mem phis City, lti4ll0; vtiuderbilt, livtyJa. . Railroad' BondChesni'ake, Ohio and South western fint morttfasfo, asked : Missinippi and Tennene. 60; Memphis and Charleston firstmort bond. 7. 114; d. second tnortir&ira bonds. it u'U km: do. consols, hm; Jivmptim ana kit tle Hock nMt uiortfree bond.", 8. Mississiptai and TtMineteee concol!, A ISi; do. B 108. jlicellHiieoiis iaxin(r-titrict compromise bonds, t4 ; lerc Hants' Storage and Compress mpany, new jue, l-i; Jleiupliis Oaf stock, si do. boiid.-, 100; Memphis Water Company, bond with accrued interest, par; do. stock, 130 bid: Mempbii City bonds, old, 34c vio; eoupro- mi-e bun!-, (iKt,j; eoupons trotn old bonds, 4; from compromise bonds, 70: ledger balances, tltil;ulel)t on coupons and bonds, J4; paving m IcbtcthicHs. 'M : Shelbv county ( MeniDhis and Ohio niilroiidt tin, lo; warrant-, K: Mississippi evee bonu nnd coupons, litrict o. 1, 10; do. crip, 10: Ifauk of lennesfee no ten, new ifue, "i: CritteiidtMi countv (Ark. warrants. fifxaTu: lcba county, 60; Missistptd county, bOtTu. Bx Telegraph. Xew Yokk, October 1. Money in aluin- lant supply at 2"t14 per tent., (dosed, offered, at 1 ncr cent, f rime mercantile paper, tK er 111. PUTIIIIB CiUUHUKe UUUKL'n U111S UUltfL, 4l2, demand, 4nS. Ibindf (lovertimcnts srronr. In railway mort gages, vt est Miuro aud liunalo hrts advanced lroui i to 4-. niter an unusun ly active bu.-i- ne4., SVAMKI0 ehiuiKino- hands. The buvinir was due to tbo opening of the road to Syracuse and to reKr that important uegotiiittoiis were on lmt bet weii the Went Shore and one of the other lead- ins: trunk lines. fcSto :k? 1 he market wasdull tlirnunbouttheday. Ttciore the lirst call there was an improvement of I per cent., .Norttiwesiern, isnrihern riu-inc. O recon i rfiii.-contuientl nnd Western I nion lead i ni. followed by a reaction. Later on West ern t iiioii develoied marked strength, movuiic uo to wri. airiiint .y'u m enrlr deahtiirM. This stock closed at Hv at the Slock bxchatiTe, but 8 was bid mi the street alter .i o clock. Itie an- r ii lire was on the impression that the decision li'.iw Domlitii? I h fore the Court of AloilI reirurd- iuk th'.' lesrahtv ot some Sl.000.000 ot stock would be in favor of the company.. As compared with turday s closing sales, stocks were vH'Va per cent, higher, the latter in Western I nion. In the specialties. Alton and Terre Haute drooped to .)4!.. tlie last previously reported sale havingbecn ut vl. u re iron .Hvijratmn, utter declining to lt, advHiicefl t-i li"Vabid. Memphis and Charleston rose to 4z. IJuoiutious as toflows : OOVKENMKNTH. JU. S. 3s, 101. 14s, 12i. 4,Sis, 114. Pacific bs of 1895, 129. BONDS. C. P. firsts, T. P. land grants, 54', Erie second-. W... T. f. Kio G. div 77i-j. fLehigh A Wilkea., H. V. P. firsts, 13. Ijouisiuna consols, 70f i. JU. P. land grants. tMissouri tis, 7l j. V . P. sink, fund, UtS. M. Joseph, lrgima bs, 3t. ISt. P. A S. C. firsts, 12" 8. Va. con., ex-tn., 41. Tonn. ts. old. Va. consuls ifd. 8. Teun. bs, new, 3f. STOCKS. Ailams ExresM, l:t0. Mol'iile Jt Ohio, 12' i. Allegheny l.'eiitraK 12. Mnrrtp Jk Ejaex, 12:1. Alton & Torre II.. M. A. A T. II. pf'l. 8. Auieriean E.lirerHt K). B. , C. It. Jl N., 77. Canada Southern. MJi. Central Haeilie. u7'4. Chueieake Jc Ohio. 10. !. & O. 1st pfd. 27'i. C. Sl4). 2d itd, IS'S. ChiiaKo Jc Alton. ff2. C. Jt A. pfd, 14.-.. 15. j U.. 12,'.. Ch., St. L. 4 0.,i!..lreif.;ti Trann.. V ., .Tl. L.. tK r., i 4. memo ivtuii, C, St. i.. P. ptd, 4S'i. fannuia, . Niih. A Chat., .V'. N. J. Central. SH-;. N. A V. pfd., S. Northern Paeifie, W.. North'n Pac. pfd., 04J Northwestern. 2V.. ioriiiwesiern piu., New Yurk Central, 14W. Utno i-entral, .t'i. Ohio Jt MiiMhunppi, :11. Ohio Jt Mis... pfd.. W. Ontario A Western, 22;, C, San. Jt C, C. Jt C, ill'.. Del. A Hud.,7"i; Del. ic La. k.,2r'i. Denver A Kio ti., 2' Krie, 3P. Erie pfd, 7ft. East Tennessee, 8. East T"nn. pfd, l.". r ort ayne, l';2. tllannibal A St. Joe, 40. St. P., M P., 1. A E., 14'i. Pittsburir. 1V. Pullman Pal. Car, 2-f'4. Head in?, .'rj''. Hock Island, 120. Kt. Li. A S. 1'.. 2S. St. L. A S. F. pfd..4i". St. L.A.-i.K. 1st old., .V4. St. Paul. L"4. St. Paul pfd., IV pfd.. Hi I. A M.. St. Paul A Omaha St. Paul A O. pfd., Texas Pa. ilic, 2K. Union Paeitic, Wi. tU S. Express, W). W. St. L. A P., 2(f j. W. St. I,. A P. pfd. S4 Wells A Farfro'aEx., lli. Western Union, S0Vrf. Huiuestake, 17. ;.Lron Silver, 2U0. Ontario, 30. (uirksi)ver, 6. Quicksilver pfd., SS' j Southern Pacific, . Sutro, l'J. ? Ex-dividend. Ex-int ?3 73 22 n va I O' r1 ' 5 - o ; ; i '2". 7 5' j s ; ! i ? n " j : : : ;: ! Sept... : 4T-I i4ni em! um v 12', ept .... 1lr.'l hi til.Vll R.VI 11) 12: S.pt....21' 21701 4:! llm, Tl in likl Ut 12- Sept 2S 5t- 21im 3i,-i 10.12s, it 11' til. A St. .1. pfd, 112. Harlem, 1. Houston A Texas, M. Illinois Central, 127. I. 11. A V., 24!4. Kansas A Texis, 2r'4. Lake Erie AWest.,21. Lake Shore, 2'h. Luuisv. A Nash., 'i0?. L., N. A. A Chi.. W. .Mar. A Cin. 1st pfd, 10. Mar. A Cin. 2.1 pfd, 5. Mem. A Charleston. 41. Mirhiirnn Central. S2. Miiui. A St. L., ZV-i. Minn. A St. L.pfd. 4!. Missouri Pacitie. '.7'-k. "No sales. tAsked. Transactions nifirresated l."4,OU0 shares, as fof lows : U.unu Lackawanna. fi.MO Lake Shore, A. mm Louisv. A Nash.. 6,M New York Centr'l 12.l Northern Pacific, :J,(il) North. Pacific pfd b.tKK) Lnlon Paeinc, i.uOO Western Lluon, 31, 00') Oregon Transcontinental. Hew (Iki.eaxm, Uctolier 1. Sitrht ex win re on .New l ork gl, tier Jfl'sn) premium t -rillm exch inge nanKers hills, 4; I,i)MiN, Oftolier 1.; Pennsylvania ('en ml, lil'i: New York Central, ll'.i; Eric, 32' Keadink. 2tt'4. I'ahis, Ottolier 1. Rentes, 78f 7Jc. LOTTERY. 2D 830.000 FOR 82. Ui'uiilar Mnnthly llrnwfiis; will tukc place in the M.iuuie Hall, Mason ic Temple Tiuildinp, in Louisville Ky., A l.awl'Hl l.otli r.v hihI t'nlr l-rwlna, chartered bv tho lailiituie of Kentucky nnd ...., .l...-l..r.Ml l.v tlm highest Court ill tho IStiite. Hond Kiven to Itenry inty in the sum of $ 1(10,1 k0 for the prompt payment of nil prises sold. A Kftolutioti In Mimic Climber lira winter jrKi-rv ticket holder bis own suprrvi-or, can rail out lh nunibi-r on ticket nnd st-e the omhiif iiiiniitcr on tin- i if pi-tccu in uie ii it" wilt oe u tb. Head wheel in his preseii'-e. Tlic-e Ir. rur on the last Thursday of every the niaginQiciit 1 Prirc 1 Prire 1 Prire. v Prir.es f2,.Snn e.i. h - Prir.es l.tsst e;u h - I'ries ."ii each o)i Priacs ! each 2ou Prites each - sl Pnif 'Jl c:u h tiKM Priie 1" cadi A P P 11 w X I M A T 1 0 S I ' K I v Prites each i Prices VV each U Prices each 10.IMH) 5,000 f.iH-i r,uo In. in. i 10,oiO 1o,ooi lo.ooO 2,700 110.400 I llrtlf Tif-KrlN. i ;V, TickeU,.loO. Itank lr:ilt in Letter, 01 NKMl II V KKiilSTKHKP Ohihh. until further 110- (Jnlcrs of ami uimiinl. by K.tpresf, can be seiilt our c spen Address all orders to .1. J. I M 1 ;i.,S, Louisville. Ky., Or t-t No. Wet r..ov -r-t M-"ml-u Tcnn 1k-7 Prise Hlinlf Tlrkrl. i 1.7 Ticket-. .si. ArVlClllit Moll-V o ru4 by K. press. IM LkTTfllH tK" I'lMrot.-KI' Liverpool spots bejenu the week- at 5 lii-lO jt l -lil, and ebwed nt .Vy""-'7! Pridav evening. Liverpool future beir-m the week at i .i-ttd for cptrtntier deliveries, and closed with 8eptoiubcr iiintt-il at - .Sl-MH. .New 1 01 k !pis iicffjui ttio week at lO'.jc, the .sina prk'e of the ircvioii' wck. N eh.niiru occurred until Tbursdny, hcn lo"Hn w.is oiiutcd. an alv:uie ot V 011 the week, as indicated in tne lauie oeiuw : Ordinary tiooil Ordinary... Low Mil.UiiiK Middling ., lo..d Ml.tdlinif... Middlius; Kail...., Fair Sept. 2Hth - 10 7-it( 10s a 11- 11' ...1J1 cpt. 2M 8 1-Hi 0 6 -lii lo M.. 11-2 i-w. ith rains New Vrk fut un- el. ised the week of It points m Scpteiiber, and 10 to ' points 011 other moiiitis, the no! at ittiis at tho closo Friday eveniiiK bcititf as follows:. Sept. 2Mth Sept. Hist .'.ttl.tii lO.Srifrt' lo.77'10.7H lo.:Wiili.s.t ...10..11tUi,o ll.l2.-'l1.tCl H.L'V.Vll.24 Ii.l4"cii.i. ll.:W".U.:vi ii.244n.ar ii.4.'vtn.4t; li.;ti'ii.:L ii..4"tii..Vi January Februarv Marcti A pril May .1 tIBfl July Auiritt Scpttwii hor... Oitober Noreir.er... beeeiubcr.... New (.blen the price r 11 1 1 ntr tit the lroui whi; h tlicrc --et- ' Spots lO.I'.V.e 10.4!'"CM.'.ti ltt.:-Vnlo.:7 )0..M"ll0.2 HK-tXlo.4;t lo.tvjuuo.iV:i lo.;,:iv.N-. lo. 7:vj 10.74 boirnn the week nt 10 .Vltf e ol the previous ue.-k line o 1-liK' un M011 d JiKKYINE. A SPEGirlG FOR Epitepaj, S.untns renvoi- Btouis Falling VV- Scrofula, Alt JYtf, Vgly Bloc lay, ttiod.iv nti.l eductt;iv. :ii tl Itl'-c nil the leiniiitnirt uf the week, as indicated by tho loiiowing e'liiparalive lit : Sept. 2Sth f.).t. Ordinary sl4 7-10 Uood Ordinnry i' . u 7i(j i.ow Aii.iitiiuir y v Midilliiitt f... bO-fc 10 j-lti Uootl .UuPIIlllir 10 o-l; 10 New Orleniis futures closed the week with gains of 10 points on September and 10 lo '24 puints on other monUiJi, as intir:itctl tu the tollowtus; tables 01 tiuoiaiions : Sept. 2sth Scut. 2 January 1i.:nvilo.;t7 lo.r.yui 'lO.iit rehruary IM.m 1o.7J(.i.0 Mar.h lo.tkxHlO.iWi lO.HluHl.K' Ai.il. Io.7f(ujo,7y lt.y7"'lo.;s M ay lu.i'flo.y; U.lOncll .11 .lone - U.uVctll.ti' I l:.-,ll July ll.liWU.l7" U. .... A ujiit H .2( 1 1 .42 .a 11.4; itemiicr 10.1. v.i 10.'0'i.noiii October lo.oTfttlO.os 10.2.114 November M lo.ootHlu.io U.'"M0.:u December lo.'f 10.23 10.4ih10.4 The movement nt 2i interior tonus for the weel endini: Friday, September 2Mb. 1 us follows: lte eetpts, NS.s.s.i baU-f , atrainst N.:W;i bales same week Iut year lacrease. 2o bales. Shipment, S4(I bales, afraiict iftt, Hi bales same time last ye dec re dm), i 1. .HO dales. Mock. m,( ,H ttales. nicaiusi 40. tst piles i.-iDi year increase. tf. 1 10 Pules. 'pteiiii.er -Mil, the Wor; s visible supply wi l.iC-i. 12 bates. atcaiit J.l-Wd ba)tts miicc tim lat season r. urease ot .at.rt'l baltrs. aul a oi creae of 12i!,uJ bales over the season uf ISt-Sl and an inrJe.-ii-u ut 2H,l:t baltrs over the seanonof H Eli BE Diseases, Vypt , tut, Kcrvoui im. .... 11 Kmtii '1 n . O'uww o l(lliouim'ss. i Wioi, N!vim k'rottrmtlaj, (niHpli TeMtt'iNOititiU w uaoniLtu Kcr ine is doti u wonder. (LlisV . Ali'ianderCajr, luv to rtH'onunenu It. lie. ..'. .iri,enioin, .T I, .,.v ,1mv In rt'(i IK. V. r. ;(anciiiin. v iiw "It eared wlutv pu.vlaiij failed. ' Uily. 4. A. r.iiir, Bmt,r. tor MUbuenOI, and rlreolarm vul ft Dr. ft. A. Rirhmond Med. C. St M? S.1,1 bf .1! Irg.ll. CO IllALJCSTATEAI.EVI'S. O. 11. PAKKKR. S. W. I'AUKER. 0. B. PARKER & SON Rental Agents AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS SS5UainKtrfet C!TEOIALtittentwinrive to the rental 1 nwut. CIom) collect uiu nu promi taents will be our motto. no fuarantee that it will co b wer. as the bear do not fed like tryinc to hammer the market to any extent for fear they ret eauirht in a trap. In irrain the most speculative line thrown oat were confined to December, tho year anil May options, and in provisions January seems lo be the month in which most interest is centered. Hogs continue to come rn plentifully, the re eeipts for the week ending Friday be in 72,440; last week, 70,Sj; shipments for week ending Fri day, 23,457, beins; a net ovcrplut of receipt over hipments of 48,X5 in one week. Nevertheless they were in food demand, and in a few instances sales showed a slight advance in the live stouk market, although prices were quoted same as Sat urday. The packing trade has shown a large in crease over last year, the number of hogs packed last week being 85,000, asninst 55,000 for the cor responding week. This taken in consideration ith tho increase in weight, which it ia safe to say xceeds twenty pounds, will throw a large sur plus of hog product on the market. Without any demand from any source, and with the country in every direction flooded with them, and with the commencement of the winter packing, which commences on the 1st of November, there will be more hog marketed than was ever known before in the history'of our receipts, and consequently lower prices must prevail, as it will reserve too much money to endeavor to corner such an enormous uuntity as must necessarily be held by manipu lators to force prices their way. Wheat opened atpHc November, nnd closed at 98,4C October opened at c and closed at WUc Corn opened October at 4?'4,and gradually de clined and closed at4ulic November corn opened at 4Uc, advanced to 4,c. and closed at 4KV. October pork opened at $10 50. advanrod to $10 67!;, and closed at $10 b:!i. January pork pened at $11 ,10 and closed ut till $';,. October clear rib sides opened at $5 80, advanced to V 07 and closed at 95 &. January clear rib sides oened at & K5, and closed at 9d S7!J-vV NO. October lard oened at $7 &", and closed at open ing price. January lard opened at 97 70, and closed at $7 67. Receipts Wheat, 83,01 bu; corn, 297,(t"2 bu: hogs, 1;',0U hd. Shipments Wheat, 7J,iW0 bu: cirn, 482,271 bu: hogs (official yesterday), 4109 hd. Price of hogs, 1 80C'5 .'15. Lower markets may be possibly lortked for to morrow on all options. Chicago, October 1. Flour cinu'taml un changed. Regular wheat rjuiet. and at the close higher: JW1- October, WaW1 November, ?flwt 100.' a December, 1 Ola danuary, SI (lfVa May; No. 2 Chiearo sorinr. 96c: No. 2 red winter 81 02f4 Corn fjniet and easier: 49?vt4iMc cash, 4.iy4c tictotwr, 4Wa;4v.c. November, 4 c Jiecem ber, 47c the year, 4t)e May. Oats quiet hut steady; 'Z7? ensh, 27"Mc October. 2Jtf1-'2&v& No vember, Site iecember, 27 c tlie year, .rJ-4C May. Rvo steailv. 50c. liarlev inactive. 60(He. Call. Wheat active, but lower; declined xie November, declined December, t.'orn in fair demand, but at lower rates ; declined c Novem ber and December, the year. Oats quiet and irregular; declined JcOutobcr, advanced ic No tc tuber. Receipts Flour, 11,000 brls: wheat. W,nOO bu ; corn, 3t:t.00O bu: oats, 161,1100 bu : rye, :a.ooo im; barley, 42,000 bu. Shipment- Hour, 10.000 brls ; heat. 70.000 bu: corn. 470.000 bu: oats. 142.000 bu: rye, S.1,000 bu; barlev. 20.000 bu. and molasses nothing doing; buyers waiting for new receipt. New York, October 1. Coffee Ktromrer; Rio. 7e. Surer firm and fairly active: refined quiet: standard A, 85-loi1: granulated, tfc 1H l;j-lftc. MolaaSeB quiet and unchanged. Havana, October 1. Sujrar quiet but firm, buyers paying full prices for desirable clasMrs, and reduced offers for low grades. Mo lasses susrar. Htf' to HS- lMitarixation. iV'OiV- reals. gold, per arrube: centrifugal, V2 to i polariza tion, iu hhdi. begs and boxes. reals; Musco vado, common to fair. r;i reals ; stocks tn ware house at Havana and Matanias, :ti,000 boxes, 9S,000 bans, and 47.O0O hfads. Receipts during the week, 127 bags and 7htthhds ; export ior the week, 3 boxes, 24ii7 bags and 2S51 hhds, including 2000 bags and all hhds to the United States. Molasses nominal. THE COTTON MARKETS. The local nuirkct opened uiet and iwiilv. with litw inidtllitiir ntxl tfniiU't uhove Mr lli))tt, ami clu-CMi tuit't :tiltl tetl'. the mlvunrvtl ri-ri rtilinir. H4) luili, nil to fiuiiuerK. ho iUotlitnit Ht thu vltiu were : YeaUinlav Suturdn, lira in nry ) Or.linury.. -. 8 w Middliiiir .. V MiiMlinir lii'-j il .Mulil he ltl'4 Mi.lclling Kuir Iv't .UK'-. tuir Auui. now. CWrOX STATEMENT. Mkuphis, iMolior 1, 1S83. Stock Softeiuher 1, 1S Kort'iveii to-iliiy 11.441 Heceired nrevioualy 1,'.W ai.n'iS Fhiiipeil to-dny .i l.fUHi Sliiied tireviotisly T.St'T Uouie cou?iuuiiliua to date Stock, running acrount miHirfii. Thil. fur thiii week Ltiu t'.ir liifl week tiilic. Seitetuber 1st Mejupliii and rhurle.tnn H.tilroad Mii-ij!.iiii and Tennemiee Itailruiid Louin ille and N'a.ihvilte Jr t. S. lluilroad.. MemphiK and Little Hoi'k Kailroad (Jhiv.iieake, Ohio und S, . Kuilrnad SteumerH Waitiiu? and other miui'ee.4 H H.tlM . 3.tva , 1.117 . 2.:t7H Hd ti'J4 1114 747 1SU Tutal KjcnnrtK. That far thin week ... Thun fur la.-t week sine, bepteinoer IhL. MiMUKipni and Tenne.ce Kailrond ... l.tiitipville ami Attsliville & u.i. KHilronu.. Cbe.apuukut Ubio and Suuthwentern K'y.... ? 2.441 Mill ffil 8.'.iy:t tl'.rj Mm Total l.OJtl The New York iot market opened firm; at 12:10, nrin; at 2:l.i, lirm, elu.inK tirni, with the priee lint unclianred. .alen. !-xJ balen. Contracu, JUU balun. (Jufcing quotations: Yesterday Saturday Ordinary 8 lj, (iood tlrJinurv I1; VfiZ Low Miiidlinir... . 10 7-lfi 10 7-16 Mid.llitu: VVt (iood Middling II 11 Middling Fair... 11 'j Wi Fair - 12!, The New York future market opened ffteadr at advance: at iu:.ti. uteady: at II baroty Meaay at 12:20, liarely .teady: at 1 :42. barely fitendy: at 2:42. .tewdy. eloiiillK aleady. Sale, 14lJ.0OU balun Homme ituotatiunn : Ye.torday .10.Hl(ilD.2 lo.'.t-'vmlo.oil ....11.W"11.0'J 11.2"'.ill.21 Il.:tu.iil.;t2 11.42"vll.44 11.;i2i.11.A4 , U.ikv.ll.li2 W.A.WHEATLEY u.s.comriiissioNER REAL ESTATE" AttEXT, 281 Main. Near Madison. KLKI'TBU' KELTS. AKM NERVOUS mo lack vital 5nerc t il our ot-ktw 4.14.1 ur!iir" f''f rtol viw ,! Vwm lCnoHr. o it Ufntn. HviAIm m prtlTfk o-1 tirr iltrftNSl raw CO"- v"lte, r iste v mm I t ww T. e1l rf baaaAL, IMS tM 'V ' A PWl oolt ew-.ttoa (OtlMWttlM JAJlM ot t.itMa of mm ftvtaxrk) aavimHI tw o-auaS Ium far MKjf OXtrT i Dno Urn mm ot dlaa.b, mm ttwf at Uwt nm Ma -eaiar. ad U-"wtW CSWI, mvmaJ r. Mnrini fairtLittV-wbtca u KNwirk-ur-3rM.d mm biKM or Ddlrt4o&. UTa ta nw mJL Ttmv will onr .vry jOi-ri oT " Mftiauo ntl abMitut prW ! utiw ?r ciaisaa. Ut ratd Aai&Ut Ktm.ot arnt w-Wd for posum VdkUUUoa I AMEWICAMCALVANIOOU. itavtu4( i n. eth St.. St. .-,!. Mr. YfHtonlay'ii tmsinosH at ttu bitnks variutf but little from lint lm t barrfvturixvMl tin Ihimi roiitiuuo? :( l (liot.ttitiii.H, ami the bulk ol tii.it Ini:iti1cl ! f tr itivrivnitile purio.-". The oli-iir- iiiKltotiso ropurt nn t-sri'.-j? of $J7.1V i:t ovlr tlit5iitiu d.iy l:i-t week in cUvtranec. In t ;it tnt luoiil i-ouritu!' thoro ii no inivement what vor mit (ltr atjcnrrf no dispoMtiim to il irp.iat or ailvmuv uiTiit;itioi) Kivcn be I Tho IoimI r. it ton m:irl(ut (jowloped a better foultntf yoti'i(.iy, mid ul the opening of biiine?f wax ndtl.vl to low luiUithnc and nil cr:i(les aborc, and the liM thus revi-wj wits innintniiitil in the tiny' lrannction. Spin nor? tiiolt all thtt wiu xoM yt'terlay, oxportcm still ap pnrently hulJius oawaitintr tlevcbpincnt5, Th rrcoipt.of y"tvrii:iy ijotihtu'l those of SaturJuy, nil inspirt-tl ptineitlornblV life Into th market. Mitlillimt flo.-nl at lO'o, with tiiioii of 0 baloy, all rf which were to ypinners. Kocetpta were 2411 halo, hipmvnti UMd bales, leaine stock on haml U.K bales'. Of the receipt? T47 bale wero by cteamrr. nntl of the hipniciitM,ll were by rail. In NfcW Vvrl1 Ino tollc wa!l firm ,uc with miiltllinR It. 'i,,T Vk futurv eloped uteatly, with all dclivvriti atlvancaj V 'i 11 P"nU. Now Orleaii? iHiti eluseil firm, with mtaitiiktf quoted i at Id :i-lte. New t)rlean futore clo-ea hteatly, l depart- I x .oirrent deliver. quoted at 10.171K"J0. and pt evUla- I , n- . Ui . , , . , 1 i..- : . -i.li-.nxA.I K In 11 run tt 1 4. I.ik triiia.il tl 111 l I 1 "Ti'Uft k -,,.. ' - - ...... ptt cloved hna a;- i-ltv'.i ij-lOtl, with raW of 1J.IW bulef, of whieh S'.Hvf a, !;? were Amenean. l.ierpKd future eloped harely itad , with eto berAV d Ttal receipts at all I ntled Hate port yrUsHy, 33,"Sii bales. There waa dcii.'l impmrcwent in Reneral trade yeftenlay, dealer in all line. cxeep;inir rrain and prodm-e. haumr ajl the ur4vr they could fill. In irr.in there Is but little diuryct, and in produce the continued warm weather pre vent." ine.tm nUi in other than a lijfht retail way. The market 1 well blocked in all lines, rrcvwioin wero better in tope, but previt.ua priced prevailed. I.rendj-tufrV were steady, flour brinr quoted iitrotiff. with bo e ban re in the prieo lixt. Wd.-tuftV continue quiet and Ptea4y at quotation. J) i a little weaknei incb bir. ihAMi:bei'tc-t e, ntinnes toeoitnnaud r.x-hii(re iotTitiou4. fy1 "qaslitira ran he had tor lex, off toek low j' Jib l,Bt Cotton -pei'd pro luct remain as previously quoted. Corn continue at tSr;Vtc; ctrnineal, Z ir; tl.iur. $.t ,Vv,i? xi ehicken. Jt .V.S i; ere. 20e: mew pork. ilVj ld'i4 by the tierce; butter, ltmJuv furoouulry mul 3bfv creamery, and other article unchanged. TUu tvflo i. wee Hp im Prt and exiort a takeu from the b-.rL of the Mcrchauta' Exehanffv yopterday. . IMPORTS. Twelve brln apple, S brlbeaii. l'JS pkir? but; I.T.tlio corn. 14A itVan cheese, 2 iA eartle. 47 .. 710 brl? Hour. 4. 1'C bije.j' .r. i i-ttrii luinU'r. hd hut iti;d oimU." ,44S kt!niif brU iKitatoc; 7 t hvtk vir aud M brls whUkA'. ' ! " TwentyeUlit irja tpplc. 7S2 rlJ aAaf-K January February.... March Aoril . . May J uue July Auint. September ,,,. OctoWr Novcmlior December Saturday 1U.T1H10. lO.KV ll.UKftll.il 11.HV11.33 11.41(411.4.1 11.4i"ll..V) 10.ia-10.4lk- lU.olO.HO ST. LOUS PRODl'CE Atf PROVISION NARKETM. Special to ihe Appeal. St. Louis, October 1. Business has 1ecn rather dull in tliiii market to-day, the only ap parent activity being around tlie wheat tabled, wberb the bull. hold the winniug hand., and succeeded in working values nearly 1c above the closing prices of Saturday evening. They wro substantially ' backed ui by news from the other markets. I'pward tendcueies were devel oped early in the day. Among the corn denier there was hardly anything doing, but it was evi dent that this market would not respond to the depression apparent in report from Chicago, and price were held well up, espeyiuHy for October deliveries, which closed with a Might advance. Oats developed more activity to-d:ty th:ui has been experienced in that line for several U.-ijs, and closed with Vc added.for potp, but ns iuuiii loit on future deliveries. In pork what little waa done was accomplished ut Saturday's values. Lard was firm, and advanced V2a ut the close. Clear rib sides were also firm, but previous prices ruled all day. The details of the lunrkct are as- follows : Corn opened at 40lrtC, oil from Saturday ; fell to 4tie, on which the market closed V-jc lust on the day. Year oiened with 42 bid, whi-.-h was not accepted until toward the close, when trans actions were reported, nnd 4Lnc was tho closing price l4c otf from Saturday. October opened at 4i,1mC bid, which was afterward accepted, and t!:at price rulud throughout the day advance above Saturday. Nothing done in other months, "Wheat opened' at SI t advance ; advanced to$101J then to 1 itZVm afterward reactt.l to SI 02, and closed at $1 W4, advance of T; on the day for spots. October opened r.t SI Olfcl QVb whieh was held until near the close, when holders demanded Jiic additional, which was not reulixed up to the close. Year opened at SI 01yd realized but no other transactions were reported, holders not conceding to buyers' views, who otfered nn ad ditional advance of and the market closed ou (GVt bid. OaU oiieneu with bids of 2tJic, 'ic below fc? itur- day's close, but nothing wits realized until noon, when transactions at iitic were reported. At this hour concession was maiTe, and the market closed un 25THe. c advance on the day. l'ork was firm at tho close, with 11 Satur day's quotations ruling. Lard was steady all day, and closed at $7 7, Saturduy's outside price. Clear rib sides were firmer, but prices rcmitiued at the close as previously quoted ?W in.- llin are quoted active and steady, at iM 5lK5 1". BREAlkNTUTN. Corn White, 58.00c; mixed TWh- from store. From levee or depot round lots in bulk bhclled white. 47c; sacked. -'SV; mixed, 4-V4ic. FLO I K From store extra.. KtoU:double extra. $4 '.in; triple extra, iS; tamily, 's); choice. 9 o; laucy, yt; extra tancy, patents, ?( t i; round lots from levee or track l(Xl.c cheap er. COKXMEAL Standard, ft! r from store: 5c cheaper from mill, levee or track. UAI White. 4.S'4 trom utore; mixed. 4iic; rejected. .ic trou store. Kound lots Irom levee. white, none; mixed, .tof.Me. KHAN From store, M.vnyoe iercwt: round lots. from levee, Slolt er ton. OATMEAL In bait barrels. 3 o0X'4 M from store. 11A t'hoice, from store, Wc"?l : prime, 7.(4 Hoc; prairie, 40wic; round lota from levee or de- pttt. yj'(tt per ton cheaper. CKA0KK1 WHEAT In half barrels, S4 50vJ3 from store. UOMLM AU OKlTSi From store, ?. KIO. ijouisiana,;tf,ae: Curohna, "''JoaC. I i K A X S Medium, t'l ;i2 7.r. SF.KUS German millet. ?1 2f: second quality. 9ftc;Sl. New Yokk, October 1. Flour tlull. Wheat cash grades, and options ?V'lc higher and tirin ; ungraded ned, Slf'il lo. Detroit, Dotober 1. Wheat steady; cash. SI 7"i: October, 1 07'i; November, tW; ecemler. SI tftM: o. 2 white. ?1 ('''. Cum No. t cash, 5'ac bid- Oats o. 2 white, 31lc. Iirisvii.LK, (rtoler 1. Flour noniinu ; higher gratles. $Wmi af. Wheat quiet; No 1 red winter. 1 o"l VS. Corn quiet : No 2 white. .""; No'J mixed. 4tK. Oats quiet; mixed vt extern, MiLWAt kee, October 1. Wheat strong ; cash and October, ttVyje; November, '.W -; leeeinber. l OU'i. Corn lower: No. 2, 4iMc. tints scarce; sample sold at i'V"1- K hig'ier:No. 1, oiVie. Barley easier; 6V,i Octo ber, extra. N ka' Orleans, ctober 1 . Flour higher grades. & 15 'tn t. Corn in fair demanil: mixed. ,vc: white. .V.e: vellow.oiK;. Oats in fair demand: choice, 37ly-We. Corn meal dull, but "gher, $2 l.Ki2 Jo. Hay dull: pruuc.ilt: choice. SI'. Kiee strong and higher; Louisiana, ordi nary to cnoice, 4; adsV'MC. Baltimore, October I. Flour uuiet ami stendv; Howard street nnd Western emcrtine, S2ii4aT:oxtra.$.i7.V"47; family. 5Mi. Wheat 2 winter red, spot, SI (V1 OH-',,; tletober. SI a.t: November. SI 11-'V1 ll7h; Iocember. 91 H.'Vl H'HtJanuriry, &l li' -fut 17'4- t or. vt estern stonily but dull; mixed, spot,on':"Mi,4i'; October, 6ltV.Vc t Novemljer, ri'-i."'; the year, oo'c-sric. Oats steady, with lair inquiry; Niutuorn, .hjC"4oc: western white, ffc: inixea. .1V(t:7e. Kve steuilv. (i3"(ile. Hitv ftrm : or i me to choice Pennsylvania and Maryland, 14f lo. Tolkih). Oetoior 1. Whe.it $1 04'. 1 04S, better but dull ; No. 1 white, 5-1 lftK"l No. 2 white, SI U4; reject oil. 82c ; No. 2 red. cih, SI OfiVa&l OH; October, SI U"i; November.Sl Oeccmber, SI W: January, 1 rJ; feorunry. l 14; No. 3 red.itHc; rejected, 8S.(e:)0e. Cum n IfOlMEIIOl.O KI PPLIEH. Vf;etables Onions, Northern packed, $2 22 h(i twr barre. Potrt- Northern. new home-grown, wackd.1 V(M 7-: bnying, $1 i loose. Cabbage Chicago, loose, frl7 per lot) heads. Garli". M per h). AHVLES Northern, $2: fancy, SS nO per barrel. Dried apples. u'Vc per pound from store. lried 'peaches, 4"tV Irom store. Cranber ries. Slo ier barrel. Piekles, medium barrel, $7 50; half-barrel, ii pint jnrs. SI er duien; 1 ouart jxrs, SI 75ru2 Kjr dozen. FKCITS Oranges ljiisi:iiift. $7 50 per barrel, $4 per box; Lemons, SV'tn nOpcr box ; fancy Messi na, Sol. lianan;is.l ."stoer hunch. Cocoa nuts,SVU5 iwr hn. Peanuts Virginia, hand-picked, lJ'-c: Tennessee. roasted. higher; t-helled, I2c. Almonds, Icxas pi'cans, ! ll"14c: Arkansas, it 4c. Knelish walnuts, 14t loV. Fillwrts, l.V. Braxil nuts, 10 1o Rai cins London layers, t: Imperial, S4. L randy flberri. M '2V:i oO Ier doxn. CIUKK Missouri, SdJS oti per barrel, and SO lr half-barrel; Kenturky barrels, S7 Vine" gar. 12 le fer gallon. FISH Mackerel. lHb, kit. No. 1.!: No. 2. .); li-b. No. 5, tine; half-barrel, SVwi 25. White tih. No. 1. per half-barrel. r ptU'LTKV Old hens. :t 25; large yung. $2 75 '2h: medium yguag, $2 22 5(f: small younr, $1 7.."2. Turkeys no demand. iueks, & 50. EtitiS 2tn-. PUJS FEET In barrels, $8 fa?.; half-barrels; SI 2.VU 50; kegs,S2 2v. fELTRIFJ, HIDEN A.I IEATIIKIC IIiuf,s, Ktc. No. 1 drv Hint hides, IGc; No. t- dry hides. !2V13e: salt hides. JOfa1; No. 1 green alt hides, 5;1("'V; N- green salt hides, oc: green hides, ftMk-. Beeswax prime yellow, 2HfOHjp; tallow, 7'7V-ic; ginseng, ..per pound. $1 is. Deerskins prime, 253;tc. LEA TIIKK Oak sole, per imuiid. iVo40c; hem lock. 27('-iic: harness. &"w.i40c; skirting. 75iOc: French calf, $40oou per doten; domestic calf, $M 64" ner dozen. Fl'ATH KKtS Prime. 4(V. WOOlv Tub-washed, 'Si(t3oe per pound; nn slied, imj3c; burry, ltK'Vloe. WHISKY. ETC. Brandies Cojrhac, $5,16; peach, $2 50 (S3 5; apple, 2&3 50. WIN ES Imported port, SI 50f4; sherry, SI 5o rhiimoiiirni American extra drv. SSMlO: Piper Heidsn-k. ?2li?2S; Mum in extra dry. ): Ponierov Sec. S;il TitKW 50; Vo. Cliouot, 1 50.y.50; claret, S5 75yi Per box; Catawba, W Ul&Klb? rtedistilled, tfoctiwi oo: siratgni, $1 504, according to age. Cincinnati, October 1. Whisky, $1 13. St. Lor i a. Octoler 1. Whisky steady, 1 14. . Loi'Imyili.k, October 1. Whisky quiet, l:;. Chicaoo, October .1. Whisky un changed. New Orleans, October 1. Whisky un changed. Baltimore, October 1. Whifckv dull, $1 18U !Sj. k RIVER NEWS. STEAMERS LEATIXG. THIS DAY. ; Arkansas City..KATK Aoxart, Cheek, 5 p.m. 8 1. Franc U River. Id. Lek, Coll inn, 5 p.m. VicksburgCoKMoWEALTH, Jolly, 10 a.m. St. Lonis Citt ViCKsnt ao, O'Neal, 10 a.m. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. Friars Point -Coa.bona, Lee, Wdsday,5 p.m. White RiverllABD Cash, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Arkansu Rirer-Ioa. Dabkaoh, Wed'sday p.m. OaeeolaHM...DrA3r Ada Ma, Wed'sday.5 p.m. New Orleans Montana, Wednesday, 10a.m. Halcc Point-...GATOSO, Thursday, 5 p.m. MOVEMENT AT THE LEVEE. Arrivals. City of Baton Rouge, New Orleans; Coahoma, Friars Point; Ida Lee, St. Francia river; City of Helena, tcksburg; Dean. Adams. Useeola: ayoio. Hale Point; Helena, M. Louis Jtrprtnrr. City of Baton Kouge, St. Louis; Citv of Helena. St. Lonis; Dean Adams. Osceola; Gayoso, Hales Point ; Josie Harry, White river; Coahoma, Friars Point; Helena, New Orleans. JionU in 'orf. Ida Lee. Itwtt l)mr -. Fannie Lewis, D. R. Powell and Commonwealth. (, nit hmt I p. Kate Adams, Hard Cash, Ida Darragh aud City of Vieksburg. Receipt YenterUay. Cayoso S2 bales etton, 16 bgs seed-cotton, 223 sks seed and lot sundries. - Ida Lee jo bales coiton, 33 bg seel-eotton, oo tks seed and lot sundries. Coahoma 277 bales cotton, bgs seed-cotton 642 sks seed and 5M pks sundries. Dean Adams J'J hales cotton, ng seeu-eoi-ton. Hid sks seed. 127 sks corn ud40pks sundries. City of Baton Rouge 1H5 bdls ties. 150 sks salt, lik't cases sardines. 2Jt bxs snuff, 50 brls cement, 2t f ks coffee aud pkgs merchandise. 11TI RE NOVEHE5ITN. The Fannie I-ewis, Capt. Keixer, is due down for Vicksburg. The D. K. Powell, Capt. E. J. Whitledge, is due down for New Orleans. The Uayoso, Capt W. P. Hall, is the Thursday packet for Hales Point and the upper beuus. Thk Ida Parragh, Capt. Ed. Xowland is the packet to-uiorrow evening for Arkansas river. The Lee-Line packet to-morrow even ingarethe Coahoma, for Friars Point, aud the Dean Adams, ior Osceola The Ida I-ee, Capt. J. C. Collins is the packet this evening at 5 oVloek for all points on St. Francis river. C. A. Stockley is in the oifiee. The Commonwealth, Capt. Beck Jolly Is the Anchor-Line packet this morn in r at 10 o'cloek for Vicksburg and the bends. H. L. Cor byn is ber elcrk. , The City of Vicksburg, Capt. James O'Neal, is the Anchor-Line packet this tuoritin? nt 10 o clock for Cairo and fct. 1-ouift. w. C Blenkcr is her clerk. The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark U. Cheek, is the I'nited Slates mail packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. K. W. Outlaw preside in her office, assisted by J. C. Wyekoff. The Hard Cash, Capt. Ed. C. Postal, will arrive this evening and leaves again to-nior- w evening at oo clock tor all innnts on n lute river, going tiirougn t JacKsoupon nnu nuiainv connections with packets ior upicr White and Black rivers. C. M. and Joe Postal are her clerks. HOt fcK-lil ILIIU n iTI UIALS. FKAMTN-LrMHEit Yard prices lloutrh, S15 per HW0 feet: dressed. S:t; yellow pine fioor inr. S"-; shingles, SW4 50; lathing Poplar, SI 75: cypress, 2 per ltxn laths. Extra prices for extra length above 20 fi-et. Ll.MK AND CEMENT Alabama lime. 95eCSl a barrel; Tennessee, 85.t0e; Louisville cement, SI 7tk.t 75 w barrel; Roedale cement, J2 50 a burret; Portland. 5; plaster of Paris, f 50. NAILS $3 103 25 per keg. LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Cohn-Ked Cattle Choice to extra none received. OR ASS CATTLE Choice. 4M';: good, S1 p4e: lair to ineoium. 'V- ic; eoiiimon, r?v-c. iHEF.P AND LAMBS 4'hoice cheep, per lb, 4c: medium, per lb. a'adV; common, per hd, $1 Ul :0: choice lambs, per B, otsoj-je; medium, per hd. $2 ftititf. HOCS Choice corn-fed, 150 to 200 lbs, 5iiatVj; metliiim corn-fed. rifit-1'i.e: common, 4(a.v?. COWS AND CALVES tlood milch cows with young calves, per hd, 8."itw40; ineditira milch cows with young calves, per head, tJK-2;t: yearling it hd. S.Vii.4. N. B. The above iuotntion3 are from actual daily sales. St. Lolh, October 1. Hogs stead v lir-'ht. s"f.rilO; henvy, SVi 1,1; paekinc. $4 4 '.:: receipts, 320ti head: shipments, IHtNl hend Cattle slow; no supply, no trading; receipts, 7(A) head. Chr-aoo, Octoler 1. Hotw receipt?, lo.-VXt head : active, on packintrand shipping ae fomit t-te nlv : litht. S4 hi route h Dackiua. 4 fAt't-i : heavy packing nnd shipping, $4 XVt 0 21). Lattle receipts, lu.-sjn Head; lre tower: exports. 5"'ti4U: good to cin. i. e. $." luv" common to fair, $4'io; Texans, 1 7"y,4 25; butch ers', c2y:ltM. lIOIMi:.S AM MI LES. Hoitsr.s I iood driving, iliWctfOO; heavy dm li. ?l.SJK!2iW; saddle hui.-es, S12Ty2:0; plugs $40'7". Ml LES Market quiet, and values nominal. feet to Cincinnati, 40 to 36 inrhes to Evansv illc. Weather cloudy and damp. Night River risiu with 4 feel 4 inches on the falls and more coming; heavy rain this afternoon. No arrivals or k psrtarea aave of local boats. Cairo, October L Noon River 4 feet 9 inches, and rbin. Weather Light rain and sultry. Arrived: Webb City, Louisville, 9 a.m. ; Fanny Jcwts, y a.m. &u i-ouis: Montana, oi. Ltmis. Heimrted: John Howard, fcl. Louis, ti a.m.; Webb City, below, 8 a.m.: tannic Lewi. V ieksharg, 1 p.m. .Mgni liiver ieei inrnes. and rising. Weather cloudy; thermometer . Arrived: Montatia, St. Loui. 1 p.m.; Missis sippi. 8outh, p.m. : Commonwealth. tt.Luis, B P.m.: City of Baton Roua. New Orleans. p.m. Departed : City of Baton Rouge, St. Louts, 6 p.m. ; Montana, New Orleans, i p.m. Sm Additional Rivet New on Fourth Paoe.l MOVEMENT Or OCEAN STEAM ERA. WSuw Ori.ka.ns, Otoler 1. Cleared: Steamship Augar Head, Rouen. New YoRK,October 1. Arrived : Marma- dnke, Havre; Helvetia, Liverpool; Lydiao Mon arch, London. Tm-nnv Ortnbr 1. Arrive! out: Citv of Pario. British Crown, Britany, Went Philadel phia and Circassian. J.J. PAINE & CO. Narmwn to J. W. RUWLCTT CO. COTTON FACTORS AN General Commission Merchants 335 Front Street, MEMPHIS, t TEXXKSSEE r AM ordr, nromt'tlv attended to. Liberal .dvmncefl mde on cunifrtiment.)a Kefr bf Krimssion to Hroik. wlT u.( u, rururt lylor A Co., Memphis, Tean. BOILER MAKERS. OLD RELIABLE BOILER YARD. ROBT LEWIS & CO., corer.R & sheet- 4 W 1R0X M'ORKEKS. Partioulor .ttention rivm to repairinc Steam boat Boiler. X. S. Adam alrert, a.r river, Slem,hl Copper and Staeetiron Work. Second-hand Boiler, .Iwar. on haml. STEAMBOATS. SPECIAL NOTICE. rpHK steamer K ATE AIAI . cITS X will leave for Arkansas City " V TiiYi'nl. all intermediate uoiuts THIS DAY, Oct, 2d, at 2 o'clock p.m, The chanre in hour of departure is made on ac count of the low tare of the river ktctween this loiiit and Helena, and will enable her to nerval ter make her trips reirulnrly twice a week. Pas sen rem and nhiinera will please Ktvrn them selves accordiiifrly. . WALWORTH, Affent,4 Mdinn t. SPKCI iL AOTICKo Office or M. and A. Rivkr Packkt Co. Pool 0 and after this date tho boaU ol thin line will tmMtivelv not re-. ceive any freight after o'clock p.m., until further notice. JolIN N. HARBIN, Snp't. PETKOLEI V .MARKET. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lots, Itie ner gallon. Clkvf.l.wd. ., K'tober 1. Petroleum firmer; . w., 110 , "viJ. PiTTNitcno, Ortober 1. retroletun ilull and weaker; I'nited cerlifieaten cloned at 114H Cotton-Shed Meal Prime, old, $18 50; new. ?'20 per ton per par-lond lots. CirTON-SKKI) OILS Crude, 2835c per gal lon, on round lot of ltM to .VK) brls ; summer yel low retiued oil. 4kloc in car-loud lotn; I'aramor white, ottc; winter yellow, 62c ; winter white, ."vie, aecoidiuK to quantity. Cookinic oil, job lots, 45c. m;v YOKK DRY tiOOWN MARKET. N ew Yokk, October 1. The new lentani h.w Lorn of very modenitc proportions. ith many small orders' for iiiiHd In tieous assortments, compriitii: ihe chief imitiiry, though throiifth de liveriis on tin-vious cnles there has been a very fair movement maintained. A AH1K To all who are suffe ring from the errors and in discretion? of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, etc.. I will rend a recif that will cure you, FREK OF CHARtJE. Thi great remedy waa discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Ukv. Juar.ru I. Ismax Station 1., JStw 1 orK Citv. ME1H'1XAL. For a core tluit cannot be cured with Jmto ft DATJLJ MQnmnaU not tB B ctBiiatiMai m I I iuaand.aBrf jMBn8.lTan0j. Sold by all rajTBrists. RUPTURE Ttuptare positively Onrwl by lr. Pierce Patent MMgnetic Elastic Truaa. OraodeotinveDtlonof tbe laiti tVmtary.Ouly ioulne Electric Truss tn tb world. cd the only one taut will ironerly retriaD and rndi chIIt cure tleraia. O'er Kl Kidical CnrenelTM:ud. Kt)d vbnt lr. Jos. tSimms, of New Yart. lh ra nowDid PhyitoBnoTTil'a. writ A ita:. 1HK. "The ra and oompleioi ure yoiir Muuaetlo Truss elf nctd no me six fours two i permttnnt, lurwbicU I shall evtr r nmla ratful.' .1- Simms, M. 1). For n irticnltum JLAQKSTIU 111UNJ ZX2 N. SiKtfi Ktrrt. 8f Louis. AI address iilANHOQD RESTORED. A vicTim of r.riy imprtldcnce. r.Q.iiK n.fvou. debil prem.mra decay, .tc. hitviuic lnd 111 io every known rwmedy. hMdiw.n-il s .impl. nit'.nn of nett cure.wiiich ho -.111 wnd KRKK to hi. fellow-tuifferer. AddruM, J. H. KKVKt.43Cu.Ui.lu bu.ew York. f.tb active: future .tit 1 1 : bi;?h tnidi. i No. 10.4oJU.4ti Ki.::..iiu..vt ....10.iilil(l.7U The New Orlonns .p4t market uitencd firm; at 1 :(). ttrouir. ad aNiM-tl I-loc. clo..nix hrlu at tlie adviinee. ShU'. :vtm IhIo!. ttuck ou baud, 6s.iu7 b.les. i'loutir quotations : Yester In. Onlinary a S Irt tioml tlnliniiry t Low Mol.llili Mi.l.llini 11' 3-16 lioo.l MiiltUinx U' Tho New Orran! future market otenel firm : at 11 :ll. Btemly : at IZiuT. steady ; at I : X), quiet at '2:4(. ouiet anl uteadv. clofinc steady, halei. ST.iKUl loilen. We quote the price-list of the last i call reeened, as lullo.j : esterday January.... . ll).5(!"i Kelirimry 10.(v" M.irch :::.in.7!Uin.7 At-ril -.lK.yiMlO.W May 1(1.07.. Juu.. 11.1V1..1X.J1 July U.:iwll.:a Auirust U.:6i..ill.41 Septetiibvr,.. October Novemlir. lll.21vlt.a Heceiuber li.:vna iti.H7 DAILY Bl'LLKTIXS. Saturday 9 fl-lli 10'. 10 6-lfi Saturday 10.4X1O.4.1 10.57Ulo.SS u.iir'.iow1 lo.wiwin.97 n.:o(n.n - f,i. Nominal. ltl.llKalll.ll lO.li.ilO.l.H io.amo.ffl 20 Stock tialveston Sternly. New Orleans.. FUm. Mobile Steady. Savannah Firm. t'harlestoii Firmer. WilmlnawQ. ..' Firm. Norfolk..- ' 'Firm. Haiti nore Firm. New York Firm. lioston I Steady. I'bilndell'hia J Firm. .t. liui. 1 rirm 7.l li.r.TSf 2.H91: ti.:0 ti.tVm 710 5 I lal 7"i' mal I.2M1I lo ll) 3-1$ 10- t" 15-16 10" 10- lo 1-16 10'. "'- 10 Iff1. 1. hd boas brls meal. 1V 2 cars oAt, l;tti Y lkfs tobacco Auffusta ! F'irm. I'ay's rewipls, lett l'ay's rcciil U. l1'! . loy'a recoibi. 1SS1 .v. , OONLlUATliU STATEMENT This , lst Vt'.ak. Week. I Laat Year. Keeeits : days Kxports to tir t Britain F.xiort U continent... Slocks at all rru I .v..w S.o7Kl l.tios: 375.ini!'! ThuTT Year. ! .cii5; 4.127 Last Year. M.ST- SI.; 1.4!' I 240.S27 I Year ! lie for.. tcs bacon and bama. H k bnn. it bu corn. pi Trees and Plants. rpREE3 avnd SHRUBBERY l'Rl!NEl. PLANTS 3 brlab.i-.lrs, a It cheese, -' Iks bf) Bour, al Pku lam. o taken at low rates. 4 lre. bkas butler. conce, 2 bd cuttle, 2 like. caru. 'Jt'i b.le. h.v. "Jli2 bdls iron ties. ...r. liintlu.r.Hi t,rl iiiomI hd horsesand UlUlcS to brls molasses, iHi kars nails, 24 sks oats, 21 brls onions. 2 sks twos. . bi-l. potatoes, J lirls pacleu , l.k, 'Si brls sut.r, Ji'4 pka. lobaoco.iiil h wheat and 11 brls whisky. vIh. ArrKAL'a f b;,-airo special show pork elaeeil at 110 for eashanf October, 10 4 for year, and tlCC'ifon January; lard for"aa)i ana Octolv r, $7 tXJ for y.ar, and .7 tT7 for auuary ; clear rib siHas were 1 for cash. 10 for October, (.1 MO for nl tSO bidiV Pi a"ked for January: cor el.wij af o ca-h. 4Se for Octo ber. 4f0w fr 'vmuitr, au44"cfvrjfari wheat closed at 'k( lor rah,tt!,c for N.v.ojlier, anf V6ic for October : oats closed at 27V for cash a4 October, and ZT'te tat year. Our St. Loui apccial Receipt, since Sept. 1st! .1?.I.M! .Vst.W 4. Fmi.-n ...,'t.S.ot 1st .-11.222, lll.(7 21X.IM. Slo. k at i. S. iH.rts 37',.W 240.o27i 40M37 Increase in receipts....) 20.U.' - ' The Liverpool spot market at noon wi. anoted fimi, r.- Sales, 12,t0 hales, of which &00 bale. werf An.l,j.-a.nv, Receipts, 2t'O0 bales, of which iVdlbslr, .nr.'.luu..',.!!' - At 12:15: Ordinary, ri : rH4 v. 4,uaj r. S'.d; low mid.ltinic, o h-1im1: uplauds. o H.srlean :,. -.1 . At l:t 1'plands. S l.Vlod: Orleans. 515-lAd. The Liverpool future market at noon was que'rd strotir: Octlcr, ft 54-iUd : Oetoher-No- leirlbifT, v'!,4; I'eeemherl.nuary, 5 M44d : J.uuarv FihruiVi. February March. S irttwdi Maruh Aprili M-64di afa. June, n 4-114,1. At 1 :.K): October, 5 t tVtober-Novoraber, Norember-le,vmber, So4-o4d; Ftruary-Marcb, 5,-,M-otd; .Mav-,1 uue. no-04l. At S:.): October. S V-4,l : Jannary-Febrnary, A on M,t; teurusry-aiarca. amm; April-x.y, At4: October-VoTember, 5 n.V64l; January rehrnarr. A r7-t4d : rem-uary-.Mareh. ft hl-btd. "iti- October. 5 U-tskl: Octoocr-Novcmber. I 5;4 rHd,-r b.aury-JJarch, ftfjMsld. f ururvt ,isijijcd OEXKBAVliAPli MARKET. Special to the Appeal.) CuK Ai.0, October 1. Slightly Blronger markcta wore shown tbia moraiav. T- thafw wks no dTlopiaat to wwiaii any B-iiis icitcnicnt, but in noeculative circle tb tcI- UaIj n...rbMllijh all round. Wheat baa show a wv Mreiiiili ttiln for svni timi fU while there are free buyr-wUor even, to be ia "lower Mlletjji areofsnng to ail who wi?h to iK obase. Corn very uneipcctetqy Jeiaed o-4ay,baltl4ji M. ca.-h or October, nJ'y; ovm hor, JVr ; re-jtM-ted, 4'.k't Nn, 2 white, S'u; No. H white, 4S,..jC. Oata 1m11 anl easier; Na. 2 rah or Octo ber, 'Jvv-ta.c i rejected, liv L lover feed prime medium eajh. $4 iH); October, 8.V4 lit; November, $4 W. lft: No. 2, 4 4a. St. Ot'tolier 1. Flonr un- ebanired. Wheat hifrber and Ihirly active. No. 1 red. SI I) V, IL", cash. M tKJC K:otr.M IH'i November t-T' liocemoer, SI tlJ1- Jim nary , No. 3 red. ftV'r.We. Corn slow and easier. 4Hi.i, 4ilwC October, 44i4c bid for November, 4'r,"l4 ttie year. Oats eiiMcr and inactive, iTv i ci.h. 2;tC utobrr, 271(!.'"lc NovemlMr, Vc fur the year. Kvo slow. ,nM-.,c. Uarley qtiier, WwCOc. Klaxseed Muiet, SI MA 2. Hay !teMdy nd unchanced. Uran quiet, blc at mill, he ;iits Flour b.0m brli. wheat 7.UMX) bu. corn ;:,(-"i bu. Shiimitwit.- Kli.ur ll.Otk) bu, whent &.M, corn 29.UU0, outs UDuu, rye none, barley none. fROVlSlONN. Butter Creamery. 26 30c; ilairv, Z;c; bnttenne, l;w$i,e: country, HHJUe. CHKEaSE rrimo nnt.. wc; New lork facto v, ltc; full cream. Initio ; Vounic Aineritit, J ;"( 16c; small home cheese, 15-lb sr., ifUle. ML& HUKK ai.t per barrel; smrar-curea hant. uarkod, break faU baoun, l-l je; clear rio sides. T'c. HI LK FOKK Clear sides. ilici clear rib side?. &At, shoulders, 6c. T i d ii ii V-1 r V.-t. il. . i n . buckets. 9r; half-buckets, e: 'M-Xb tuis, 9c; 10-lb tins. Vtc; S-lty tins, ic; tins, V'c. St. lns-iK'toberl. Provisions firmer feel in but only sniull job trnde done. Butter un changed. srs quiet, ltlf New ork, Octolier 1. lork weak ; new- mess, III i.H'Ml Kr': tamily mess, .il-' 2r. Lard dull; irinie steam, .2c October. LociviLLEAK'toler 1. Prorisionsiiuiet ; new mess iKrk, 91-. tiuiK meat. shouliters, clear rib, 7c- Heeon shoulders, .Sutmr- cured bamst loc. L.ara quiet; choice kettle-rendered, lUe. Baltimoke, Oet4iler 1. rrovisions firm Mess itork, 9K .V). Bulk meats -boulders and clear rib sides, packed. ' . V- Jtaeon htutd ers, 7'e; cleat' rib'ids. b '. llaiu, l.V4lil4e, LmttX refined I11 nailer prm ctuvn Jiavked. luctJDc: cruamuryi SHc2bc. h, n'ria. NEwORiaKAXs.CMober 1. Pork miiet but steady. SU lardttrm: tierce, c"e: kcr. 8--c. Hulk meats in lair urtuann: snouhlcrs. narkeU. 5l4c; Ions; clear and clear rib, ti'. Bacon shouiiters uuu. oc; lone eiear anu near no in fair demand but easier, 6.Hfu4v .Suintr-cured hams carve and firm ; choice canvased, l.Vl.!r. Chica'JO, October 1. Pork in fair de mand and nominal: ?10 0lu cash, $10 fr Iti.'a1. October, SlUfo'OOaTS November, ln 4V 10 4TV. the year, til 3t-U XI. January, l.ard fair demand and nominal ; 7,!iSc cash, 7. 7. Hoc itrtipr. 7.bai.hc November, 7. hue the year. .. 't (..U January, ttulk meats an tair demand but irrerular; shoulders, 4.6tc; short rib, H.loe; short clear, 6. Km:, butter quiet aud inn, rer irreaniar ana iairiy aonv ; oc man r foe Oetc-bor, ribciinjU-rear. Janl quiet; aw tineu -c ior'-vt"m.wen, : ftoveaujcr ana the year. SfOAIt- Piire wb?te, tJr; oif white, 9c; yelloW, i-46o ; qti,tt iil(, Y- 1 tr""Hi"wMi a fu l (Wo!: 1r.n14lo.lc4, b-jc; reqnrm a, iwiiera. llsJ",c; COKKEK I'ommon. eJNc: ordinary. Vie: lair, 111: prime rein. 1 1 --jc : cooic, i:;-ic: laucy, l,iV: old rorernmeiit. 2ct:aV. MOLASSES Louisiana. eommoB to fair, S5c ; iiritue to choice. 4id(6(hr: cenu-iiuraiis 34 4Uc; srrun. aac: sorrnum. AVct-HJe. CAS.VKU tiXlti, ETC. Prices per dozen; Pineapples, $1 50; peac-hea, 2-lb. ataudarcl. tl cconJ", tl i; tomatoes, 2-lb, standan, 1 IU; S-lb, tl : strawberries, tl il .Ml; raspberries, tl r'l5U; blackberries, tl 1u"1 ; ren gafc. ! l-ears. 1 .'.; l lunn, tl &; reil cfoj;V JlKrc'itiaas,tct;v4J ajieov. ysrs, WH weiaij(, l lb, SI 15; eoye oysleVt, fall w.ir ht, J-lb, 11 i core iiytcr, litht woiebt, 1 lb, cWi .41, oysters, lijcbt weight, 2-lb tl con densed milk Crown, tb:t5otjU; liad., tS2S; Swis. '. 2v50. CAMlLKS full w.icbt. too. eHAP wMc'c ner poand. SALT Per cai-Ljcd. tl 3V?1 40 per barrel : tl KO 1. aaeks; pockets, bleached. 2Vafc; coarse, tl ear-loads from leve. or depot omUic eheaper. BAUUINt) A.NU TII'.S Basniinit. j.te. 9i3 HWc accordinj tu wuulit. !. Arrow, tl 4U. Baltimorc, October 1. Ooffo firmer; Rio. cargoes, ordinary to fair. N9lKe. bazar Kkw OtoJAifn, October 1. Cnfljee active Mdfiria; covnuia lo wlmt, T!'! "biuar OR. CHTEVKBS CLECTftfC BXLT, or HrKiermtr.r, to mtvfV i-rwly tut tbs ran oi citurSMM at ! orocfrai.T orrM. wkth'rr j p"tlii of tacvantU or?, jiocu trw "tu rr cimM. Vc mtuvaoa. .UShS. of ELECTRICITY pcrnwwsUaf Ikroacb iba ramU moat mtr lastn to befilipy eUm. 'tmtm m mm maurko tHtU thi 9lrixmrX. Vim of om Ictteri It. uo ii rri.ar to Tif crr r trvUtrod . U'roknMt fmtn lodUai.Oai. it4 to evi mil W f5m -mm tsoc. r njtj.;-OiHIpta-rpraw. IWtrair-iMlSTlwNl I9r).-Dk.uc . ''-'' .CKklVa. .LUJTkIC LaX CO, 1J VtkWta ClHeSALL MECEXT and Chronic Diyeaie uf lb Urinary Pawairei without the ue of nauMoutirui78. (1. Drufcgitta Directions in all lnncuare. Fairmount Chemical Co.. Cincinnati. Ohio, V. R. A. TESTED r POH i YEARS br nea In thoosaada 01 cuei. rouujeuoi scientific medical pnn- nucs. i. oas Dcn ktv iT.irln f,IH,r.,irf .nniif.iln irTllla ItJt TtnmpniM mumuil if ..r I.--- n---lTahl failed. The direct npplfcatlonef Hi Is remedy ao Uie seat of the tlisea&X' tuaki s its snecifle Influence felt withon, delay. Iho natural lunctions of Ute oaniau organism nre rrFiortM. lte anlmatlrtt ela v . rri 5 wnicu ii.tvo ocfu a 'asrtea are itiTea 'Kii xtifj uuiaiiu'iiriirTi"i tue pram Run n lar tte:4 readers ii - pvUu. cbccri-Ui be trcnclh wiin rapMiry. JitttVOL ?i PHIUTT, orri!e wealmeM. and nomcroua objeure Uieaoo. batltln the skill Ol beet physlclor- resuK for youihtul mtilscretioa. 1K not tcmiiurl-a WliHn -.tx-h tnemlM Inpfc your syiitem. Tako a n uiody that has cored titoa aanda,and does not l:;ten" re with you aXtentioa w "5i"riw it muc anj- n or in opTcau. LWja, GENERAL KEWS. ErsixE.s's fair. Several boats are over Jrie fromultove. Cait. Davb IIl'kill has returnetl from Hot Springs. Tiik I.la Ixe was the only packet in port at dark la.t evening. The Port Etui and barges passed up Sunday evening for St. Louis. The river keeps flattening out here, anil will &oou be below the ntundard low-water mark. Rkceipts bv river vesterdav, 4MX bales of cotton, 6U butis of aeed-cotton and 17u7 mackti of need. Joe Moles, a formerly well-known steward in these waters, ie keeping hotel in Hot Spring. The City of Helena passed up yesterday even in tr for St. Loui. Sue added a lot of un driuit here. Coi.. X. M. Josen. the Memphis coal king, arrived from a week's visit to ISew Orleans yesterday mornmir. The ('ity of llaton Roue passed tip earl v Sunday inoruins: ior St. Louii. She put off here 111,'.' paeknKcs of frei(ht. The Hard Cash telegraphs she will ar rive out of White river tin; afternoon, and return a? usual W ednesday evening. That was a delightful rain-storm yes terday morning, efl'eL'titally settlinr the dut and wut-hiiiff i he tra-h off tlie levoe. Hut tliere wtis not enough oi' it. ISicjxal Service report: I.iver 2 feet 3 incheii decline 1 inch yesterday. Sliirht rinesare reported in upper ctreams, but not enoueh to eauie any material change down here. Capt. Makk It. Cheek telegraphed his apent yesterday that the Kate Adam? would ar rive at 12 o'cl-K-'k lust nixht and return to Ar kunsaH City at 5 o'clock this evening. 1eihsitioss in Frank LiebkeTs 20,000 dnniaire suit afraint the Anchor Line for alleged injiiricn nuntflined by Im.mii it blown up on tho Oold Uutt were being taken at Cairo Tburmlay. Capt. K. AV. Wise, superintenlent of the Memnhis and Ulno Kiver farfcet Company, -iiyy the Ha urn i- now iu the i.fiinter-'handri, and tht- Shinkle would be off the wny yesterday. Hot ii boat are being placed in firt-clatti order for tlie fait season. ItoirpTA hopts are advant-ins; rates on boiit!- out of New Orleans. The Kd llirhardmn jMiid .Nkl ln.t week, aud a coat yteatner remained' in port rather than pay Mu demanded. A num ber oi hard-workinB white men aro couiinic from the North to take the place of the negro laborer. The brt'ak in the Centennial is rerorted as rea"hinff from the tern-band to juit forward cf the ttuir!. the bulkhead cutting her head off, rtMideriiiK pu m pin if her afloat an easy matter. Tlie damnzed freifflit, consisting of V.VH) ha ire It of flour and of bran, will be sent to St. .ntiis. The deck c irjro ii entirely uninjured, and will be forwarded to the con-ijrnees as fonn a possible. The Mounil City way arc too email to receive her and idle gine to St. Louis for repairs. Paducah merV'hants are alarmel at the enersretir action of Kvan?ville in plaeinc 2 bkiatri mt week in the lenncee ruer trade, and far uale.-'it soiiiclhinir is nt once done tht-y will lose the trade of thtit rich country, which they have lor years controlled. A moven e it in on foot whereby Paduuh incrrhanti will plnce 2 i boats in the tradot which shall fcrvc the interests of their city exclusively. A mcetiue; of uier.-hants will ite culled early next week and the matter placed in shae for immediate action. The Helena, Cant. John Crane, pased down fr New Orleans ycterrlay morn in it. having Uoiril the vrvater part ot tue uoute.iu s cariro drawiiifr nl4 feet. The cargo eons ists of JnnburreU ol Hour, ltxi sacks ot urau, idu ooxes ot starch, the loss not amounting to over iflt on the cariro. The insurance cmnptinief pay the Helena 25 ivertnn over and atn.ve rates in the bills of ladina; to deliver to cousiirnees. There will be no sen- era) average, tlte small damaica indneing prompt re-shipping, iindcrwriTers paying loss. Mil McIaAWs has coneived an idea that th; Yatoo river can be made to run past Vicks- hiirsr and is now at work making a tttorough and coiiipicte survey oi the I hirkaxaw Hnyoii route. He commenced the work Saturday inorninrand 11 have all his surveys and estuuntesot cost made up in less thun a week. Mr. McLuws is seconded in his views by Mr. John H. l'owers, a railroad contractor of almost unlimited experi ence, who will assist nnu in matting up nis esti mates If the estimate made by Mr. Me Laws prove to be reason able, it is th intention of a number of the moneyed men of that rity to form construction eomimny who agree to do the work at the figures named. Last Sunday afternoon alont 2 o'clock the mail boat Samuel J. Keith encountered a fearful hail and wind storm just above Modoc bar which blew her ashore and for a time made thing7 lively about the boat, the captain says this was the heaviest haili-tnrm be ever encountered. About 1; skylights were broken, besides many were crocked. When tlie hail struck the wuter it splashed several feet high, and to those on the boat it was deafening, the sound resembling the firing of hundreds of pistols. The barge Wusn was blown away from her moorings, but was soon caught by the Keith. It seems the storm only extended from Carndlton, Ky.,to I.awrencehurif, a distance ot tv miles. At Larrollton two walls ot the new toi,a-co warehouse being built by Mr. Harker were blown down. Ihe lerry-boat was sunk, and three barges of rock belonging to Mr. Auderson were torn loose and started on their journey downward, when they were caught by the steamer Maggie ilurper. A St. Lrn'is correspondent writes: "To give the reader some idea how capital invested in steamboats ofttimes lies idle, the following list of steam water craft between the arsenal and Wash iiifrton avenue is giVen : Henry Lourcy, City of su Louis. Joseph Henry, Ibieotah, City of ew Orleans, Raven. John W. Garrett, T. M. Norton, Minneapolis. War Kagle, Alex Mitchell, Anetta I'nited States), 11 uinphrvys (United Stalest, Mary M. Michael, W. P. Halliday, City of Cairo, John H. Maude. John L. Khoads ion the docks), .lav l.ould. lie lie Memphis. Wyoming. Carrier. Besides the stamltoats there are 41 barges aud 1H scows doing not hi ntr. At the very Inwevt cal culation the above tonnage represents $2.xUHi0, and probably six or seveu times that amount. Kvttn tjike t (HHl.tKII) at It) nor cent, our annum- any well-regulated boat ought to emu that the los to the in venters is $Kl.0ll0. This is an ex ceedingly umall estimate, and some of these bouts are laid up eight mouths in the year. With this los staring eople iu the lace, some are mean enough to call a well-regulated stcameoat line a monopoly. Cairo correspondence of the Cincinnati tmitrrrial (Vrtirftv, Friday : The Chas. P. Chou teau found a snag at the Jacket Pattern, which t'ire a hole iu one of the compartments of her hull, and caused it to till with water. She sank, of course, but not in deep water, and tlie break was at tnce bitlkbeaded and the syphons set to work to pump her out. Jt is a slow, but sure way of accomtdishing tho work, and it is very cheap. withal. The accident shows the value of water tight compartments in a hull, and will tip doubt brinir ui valuable suirircstious on that euhiect. Capt. Thorwegun and Clerk Miltenberger came out on the Henry A Tyler, and went to St. Louis to bring out the Helctia to take Iho undamaged cargo of the ( hon lea u forward. The channel at t.rand Chain is very bad again and this time it is a serious matter, as the buttom is rocky and the channel so crooked that when the wind is blowing it cannot be navigated. The trouble now is be tween the two dykes. The upper dyke is not yet completed, and the water swirls in under the end ol it and back toward the Illinois shore, windin in and around throatrh the rocks that aboun there. Thrte feet large is all that is reported there. When the upper dyke has been com pleted down to the rock, it is hoped that there will then be a good and lasting channel straight down uiuit 1m th dvkes into deen water. The wood work on the lower one has been completed, and tbe roek is being filled in. but the upjwr one will not be finished fr two months vet. Mr. Marratta clerk of tbe lie lie S breve wort, r-assed through here yesterday for Cincinnati, and reported his boat laid up at Paducah waiting to go on the ways: but from vtber source we hear that she is too long to be taken out. and that IbrC is1 not water enough at the fvot of Hie Ways If she was short enough'. The tow boat Jofcn (nlmore, up yesterday, goes back to 3eir l(icati$ at once. The Dillon brought ou P,ar y.t w Ww f"r ber QU took up her three barges.' FOR AKKANSAS RIVKR. Memphis nnd Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Bltiti. Little Hock and through to Fort Smith POOL LINES. Ida larraglta r-jg Ed. Nowland master I J. M. Tbnuiu.ou... clerk Leaves as above WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3d, 5p.ni ror freight or passage apply ou ooard, or to JOHN" X. H A K HI Snp't. -Jso Main st FOR NEW ORLKAXS. For VlcU.lanc. Xntehex. Xew Orleusi tnfl all aay landlngii Steamer MOTAA. .,f5r Iihii. KAith... master. Ji'' Will leave Elevauir BuiMinit WEDNESDAY. Oct. 3d, at lit a.m. ror treiput or iassai?e apply to C. 1.. Hl!l,.Ps. Art. AD STuHXI, Airi-nt. FOR CAIRO AND ST. IX)U1S. C0TT0X AM) COMMISSION. GLENNY & VIOLETT Cotton Brokers, (Office lately ooruiiitd by K. 0. Cotton Ezchanr) 97 Gravier Street, New Orleans Orders for Futures executed ia K.w Orleans, New York and Liverpool. C0KRESP0XDKXTS: MF.SSKH. rit:i.ui A UWYXJI, NEW YORK. MESSRS. CUSXIMJHAM & HlXSHA.V, T.TVFRPiiOr.. MISCKU,4XE0IS. fpilESE CELEBRATED 1 P1LUS hav. for SO years bcn recommenclrd bv th. Ipadina ulivsirians r Paris a th. KtJr ltl M4.ATIVK known. Irull ilirections acMoinpa Iny thni. The aiuK.Ti'iilc 'lsekHtit is prc'Sseil in tn the bottom of e:ichiiKv riMt Box. II1HAIT 147 Rue du f aubourc ht. llcni.. P.ris. E. Vonarr. '..: t North William St.. .Y . DR. DEHAUrS PURGATIVE PILLS. feVJ oftbethr Sfl I E IcDMTT & GO. WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors i AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 3fo. 230 front street, : Memphis, Tennessee. MBEKAL ADVANCES MADE OX rOMMIUXME!T9t. J. M. JAMES, Cotton Siileiainan. I W. W. JAMIX(Jrowr) NmIohiiiiui J. T. FARUASOS. J. A. HUNT. C. C. 1IEIX. K. A. PARKER. ;e. h. woodson J. T. FARGASON & GO. Yholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 369 Front Street. Memphis, Tenn. Cotton oontimed to ut will haveour careful attention. W, carry at all times a well-selo.-te I itooka Static and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, And will sell as Low as the Lowest. We bar. elosed our New Orleans office. IMSSOMTIOX. THE firm of DILLARD. ARV1STKAK A H'NOEK has Wen dMsakfaLV the di-alh o( T. 11. IHL LAKll. The survi inn partners uiw all liabilities of, aiunng VMsoct all uiuotltil doe, said firm, and will continue the business under Ihe tirni name of ARMISTEAD & LUNDEE, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 16 and 18 Union street, Memphis. Tenn. M0RU AN . KELLY. Late of Kelly MeOadden JOHN ROPER. Wholesale GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AX1 COMMISSION MI.Kt HANTS, o, SUV lHln Mm,'I .'..'(iHj'iwn llliM-ki toiiipliU. TitiitrMM. erful ltustorvriu ckiaerit JVtnlity. K&li.iu.-tiou. Initl. ireKtion. Lose of Al'i'c'tlte, mow Conv:ilt cure. It tu. eneciao: sasnaa reetr. viiik. L tui: naonoT. KW T3".K: I. FGUfitAA 4 C5 pit. l.on lc and Xew ,krleaiiM Anchor l.ln V. ti. .Hail KOH CAIKO AN1 SX. Lol lS. rltar ixV Vinl'LhilPir Vyl I T a I na.TMIIlp, 1,vv,'- Ilenry Keith master, "Jitsifc- Will leave Elevator Building THIS llAV, Uet. 2d. at In a. in. For freight or passage npply to CL. Hu., Pass. Ant. Al KfuKM. 8npt. St. Louis and N. 0. Anchor Line. Kxrnrnion to HI. IhuI aud Return. Tieketx rood until Oct. 7, 1HH3. Fare for the Round Trip, Six Dollars. Tickets for cale at office in tho Ele- . .irJ tor liuilditiff. commencinff for theJ eleir.int iiBHHntrer stotiiiier Artcan!a.i Litv. 11. . Broluski. master, on r'riiiay, Sciit. LHth.at loa.ui. V. K. H ai.i.. INI?. Airt. A ! SToHM. Snot. Proposals for Jfeatin Apparatus Aft Meiiiphim. Tenn. OFFICE OF 8i:PKRVISIX ARCHITECT,) TlIKAM'RV 1KFAKTMKNT, f Washim.tin. U. C, Sitpuiher 24. 1W. wScrilod proiiofalii will 1m reveivvti nt t hit otfit- until l'J o'cliK'k m. on the Mlay of October, for furnifthintr and fixing in tacf . om)ptr, in thM'tniiitum ami I'o-loftioo Uuililiiic nt Mm- fhl- Tenn.. a Liow-Teinprrature llot-V'HUr I oat in it Am-aratun, in arc.iruuiM with itrawintrn and iwcttiration, copies of which and tiny addi tional information may be hud on application at this office or the office of the Superintendent. jas. o. mix. Puirvif"inff Ar-hitct. FOR VICKaSBUKU. Kt. LoiiNiincI Xfw Orlcnni Anchor l.in t'.K. Mini FOR VIC'KSBLRO. tommoiiwenlth Jnltv..majrtcr. Will leave the Elevator Buildinir Tl hSllA V Oct. 2d, nt 10a.m. For frcijfhtor p..iifre apply to V. li. H.m.i., IN". Agt. AT STRM. Snpt. Ton INFANTS a IN FUK IIALKS rolNT. Reffulitr Memphis inl UnleM Point Keml Weekly Packet bteaiuer GAYOSO. r. W. P. Hull roaster I J. I). Fuller i loik, will lenve for HALES Point and all way landing EVERY MOXlAY AND THURSDAY at 5 p.m. For ireigM r pttf;i yo npply n tumrd. LKE LINE STEAM K1LS. For Ulrnflalv. Helena and I'riara Point. Coahoma, lz Stacker Lee master I Plstt TthmlusT i lrk Will loavo as above ou every AIONIJA Y.WKUN KS DAV and KK11AV, ato p.m., reserving the ritrht to pass all lunlinits-the captain may doeuiuasata. Omce, No. 4 Madisou street. .1AMK LKK. .Ir.. Snpcrintc-Tiili-Tit. 1IAK(.A1S. Bargains to Trayelers TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC., FAR BELOW COST. SAMPLE-ROOM. S7B MAIN STREET, 0PP0 site the .New Menken llliM'k. Repwiring of Trunk, promptly wttended to. i) that thnctnl. rMIor- to Beil.1 MmntMMMC. fitted forth. eainariH Mm... HnsmrcteL (atlnett mnraem. Bsd;KuclOKI.TlHTtte HARRIS REE-D"yCO.EFe.CHEISTS. - 306 N. KM.. St ST. LOUIS. MO. MANHOOD epeadily wittwi brtb om mt J itmiiM nrt mif, wlkla'ciMtuallr ear fct n tamU' Mr I ait Tlrtltty; Prrmatara teeay, m alt (reaMea HttiE t omoTr-iiork i9 'nn CVlta.lla) mailwd tawm . aaaJyaa atili-e lrw Wafetttfteew IT4 aaa t.. numwitml HrmphiM and ArkanfUM "lty Packet t'a. Aaains U. e. Mail ijine rr Helena, rriaw Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City aiai Pine Rlnff R. R. The new Pa ten ner StciimtT KATE AAMH.idSi M. R. Check master I K.W. Outlaw ilmk Leaver every WloS DAX" and THU RSDAY, at 5 o clock p.m., retfvrvintc the nrnt to paiss all lunu injra the enptain may deem unsafe. ror in TormMmn sppiv ht n. 4 i:i'Iioti ttcct. St, Frnneln Kiver Trf.nNporta.tlon t orn PANY'S VERYLU'.HT U. s. MAIL tiTEAMKR lux iiKi:, ft t tnnt:. Will leave Memphis every TncMliiy tAcninv aid o'clock, for all point on tit. Francis river in place ol tue Kene Macreauy. .1. p. t a I ' a 1 I i. in nrin tpti ncrtt . WEATHER ASK R1TEKM. OmCK SlRKAL &KKTICK, U. R. A lURMruia, Trxsc., OrU.ber 1. 1881. The following oWrviitirms are taken at the same moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all the tat ions named : a positive; Cur without Medi cine. Patented (le looer 16, 1S70. Cne boi Ke. 1 will rnre any eaae in four dayn, orle;1 No. 2 will cure the mtt obstinate cae, bo matter of how long1 itandtnr. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bourses No naueoni doe8 of eubebs, eopaiha or oil of tan-dal-wood, that are certain to produce dyspvpfia by deytroyinjr the eatinita of the nUnaach, Pr.ee, tl oo. Soid hv aii oiTiairi;;pi, iatifcd ra receipt of prif-'ioi1 ffrrvflr taart'iOtiTar $t'rA forcirce- J,t AlatAX CO.. 83 John aueet. New V ork. CUBE X0TICE51. Election Notice. THE JHoeklinlclors of th. HOME 1XSCR4NCE AND T1LST CQXVASY ar. h.r.bT aotial that an eleetio, for Thirw. Dire.lors will be b.ld at the otneeof the Company. Xo. 7 Madison strMt. in theeitrof Mrmnhia. a th. Flraa , 9mm " r.Vin U.d day of in. woBth. beLwwnUk.lMttraoflOa.ra.andln.nl. Menjphu, gent, ii, 1S8 Cairo , l"hattanM,M Cincinnati ... Ihtvenport Dubaou.. "Kort Smith- Helena Keokuk .... La Cross... Leavenwo'tk Littl. Kork J iinisviiie arnphii J .unviiip. 1-Newcj'ie.i Umaba , Pitts bun .. ShreTeoort iSL. Louis Sr. Paul Virksbar I AhoT. low water. Feet Inch Change. Ris.. I Fs'.: Ft hinch Feet I Inch :ry 'Below hich-water aiark, 187.. titeiew bench mark. vhkeukg, October 1. Xoon Eiver . C.A,- skhe J, Jfoon Rjver feet3 ltchfsad,vaoaJ. Watar doady: Iheratomeler 6ju, . , PrrraBTBo, October 1. Noon Rivet 174 inehcta, and risin,. Weather clear and ooel. Jiiiht Kiver lil inches, and riainc Wwtasr olwtf Maasaau KmwaOitiJAXii, October 1. The Miiwii VtH reiHslta-the ci i! man .nd banpa. aaround at foint I'leasuLaad u,. p..ell and barru aaround at Tivtouville. .. EvAssviixi, October 1. Noon River stationary, with TT-lU fret 6B th.l raore. . Lirht rmia thia aimni. ith indic4cFBST.f raiai thervoaeter Aiarht River still at. .land, with 1 5-10 feet wn to. cauan. WMther JJrU allot ma all dayi thanaoaieUT ft toC. -' , LorisviLLK, October "L Xoon River iWlini, ilh 4 feet i inches U Us. eaqal.S FOR ARKANSAS CITY. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. FOR WHITE AND BLAC K 111 VERS. MILT IIAKKY I.IXE-WrniphlsWhlled Itlacrk River I . St. Mail racket. For Indian Buy, St. Charles, Clarendon, llevalla ItJutt. Ues Arc. Auausta. .lacksonoort. Min-v. Biitesvilie, Powhatan and PocnUontaa The new and elcirant oasseniror steamer Josie Marry, zgT. Will leave Memphis every Nntnrtlay t 5 o'clock p.m., eonnectintr direct with the new Ulnck River fjnited States Mail Packet MILT HARRY, fr Powhatan nnd Pocahonta, and with the Daily racket tn linteaviiie ana l-Pi-er nil lie river. 1 hrouirh Knt eft to all nointj. Freiffht coniirned U Milt Harry Line. Meinithia or lerrene, will be promptly lorwardeU. I;. K . I ll' i m s. o, .Mniivon trct. 3i-mphiH. FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-Weekly V. iH. Mnil Pneket. For Rao dolpti, xulton, u.ceo.aanu nay LandiTig Menu AtlaniN. J. ti. Uooner. master U. l. lorn Wit) lenve Menihhin every Monday, Heiln and Friday at 5 p.m., reicrvinir the riicht to .arid nil i,anainfrs tne captain may deem unnnie. ''or information apply on board, or to Mo. 4 Mali- a I 4 L'J T I." I IU W : . I ' Landing, mlni!"iu. clerk FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Pkt. Co. V.. S. MAIL I.I.M STBS. CHICKASAW A"D HARD CASH trto C'lArfndnn. Hevnlla ItlniT. ton Air, An- VUMijttrCHJMniMtri. anu searry. Tb Hteftmer 1IAR1 ( AKH, E. C. Poatnl, niavaaer. iv nuiniM a. very WetluetMlny mt & p.m. HE new steamer C'nirkiuiMW, m -n w uiHin hor rwainnlriftn. on nr a ho tit - October loth, will Use tbe place of the Hard Caxh and continue the remainder of the treason, iui funher information apply to 11. U, LUV K. A rout. fffi' C font of .lufT'crynn street." ELEVATOR (OMPAW, MEMPHIS . Grain and Pact age Elevator Co. DO A GENERAL. RECKIYIXG, FOR of steamboat and ha rnre loaded ur unloaded with divpaWh. rrouht delivered in oar of all rati road 4 entering- tha oity. Ample Rtoraire rooru for bulk or fack arain. merchandine. machinerr. ete. Freiirht received and stored in eleVator at owner rik nnies ordered insured. rpHU oaky vrtrvt ubKtiiutt tor Mociirs Mlw-M- Itie mfi oouri.lilng iit fac invaltdi aod ourlng uouiert. t ommciKinl bvatl rr.rsiciant. hoept in Hruto UMues. ftlO bv all druUta. 7.o. S'nd Airtli pamphlet. T NETi'At'K A ti . U Ontral Wharf. H.-tuo. Mas If and If. If you arc suffering from poor health, 'or laiiKuirhinir on a bed of sickness, take cheer, if yon are simply ailinjr. or ' if you feel weak and dispirited, without 'clearly knowing why. Hop Bitters will surely cure you." If yon are a Minister and have overtaxed 'yourself with your pastoral duties; or a Mother, worn out with care and work ; or a Man of Hum- ness or Laborer weakened by the strain of your e very-day duties: or a Man of Letters toilinr over your midniirht work. Hop Bitter will sure- ly strengthen you." ' If you are pufferinjr from over-eatinttor drinking, any indiscretion or dissipation, or are youna and it ro wins; too fast, ax is often the cane," Or if you are in the workshop, on the 4 farm, at the desk, anywhere, and feel that yonr eye tern needs cleansini-, tun ins; or stimulating, without intoxicating ; if you are old, blood thin and impure, pulse feeble, nerves unsteady, faculties win ' inr. Hop Bitters is what you need to five you new life, health and vijror." If you are costive or dynpeptic, or suffer ing from any other of the numerous dis eases of the stomach and bowels, it is your own fault if you remain ill. If you are wasting away with any form of Kidney disease, stop temp tins; death this moment, and turn fur a cure to Hop liittcrs. If you are sick with that terriblesii-kncss Nervous ness, you will find a Raliu ill tillead' in Hop Bitters. If you are a frequenter, or a resident of a miasmatic district, barricade your sys tem as;ninst tho scourge of all countries malaria, epidemic, bilious and intermit tent fevers by use of Hop Bitters. If you h:ive rouieh, pimply, or sallow skin, bad breath, (lop Hitters will kv you ir skin. ri-h blood, tbe fwet-ieft Ureal li, and health. will be pint I lor a ric- they will not cure or help. 1 ht iMMir, bedridden, nival id mie, sinter, mother or dauirhler. can be made the nictoreof health by a few bottles of Hop Bitters costing but a trine. YL CRACKER CO. ST. LOU IS. The lanrest Crack -ir manufacturer, in the World. Capault? 1400 Barrel, c Flour ioto Craclto.a Daily. ns "THE PARROT RRANI. ' -WE To Business Men. A YOUNG MAN of superior business tiunlinca tions, now in Hast Tennessee, wants to lo cate in Memphis. Is skilled in the various sys tems of book-keeping, including the latest an simplest correct method of handling cotton coin inisxion as used with advantaire bv Nashvilli houses. Is a ranid nenman. ouick at fiaures. so ber, reliable, energetic and industrious. Can furnish excellent Nashville, Knoxville and Ath ens references. Those needing such a man in any responsible capacity please write, stating require ment and salary, tu BOX 121. Athens, Tenn. lte of Jsj. H mil & mm: oper X Bro SCHOOLFIELD, HANAUER & CO 250 ASD 25S FltOXTjKTlll'.UT, m 0CEB1ES. STRICTLY WHOLESALE. ON COMMISSION. J. J. THORNTON. J. W. 1 TI.MKK. FULMER, THORNTON & GO. GottonFactors, Wholesale Grocers XO. 34MI FHOVT STIll'.r.T. Trtl'MI'lH... TF.XX. F.McCABDEN & CO. Grocers i Cotton Factors, Vo. 414: ?Iain Street, - - mwrP ?IemplilM, Tcoiiti. McCADDN will iv his personal atlccntinn lo all Cotton rimslf nl tu (he firm, a nil ia lirvpartMl tci inaka lilwral ailvancs ctn cimn.Ml D. T. POUTER. ii. Vt . .M A( It VK PORTER mmm. Siiorpswirs to rOHTKR, TAYLOR ft CO., Cotton Factors WII O li:S A1E il UOCK KK, NO. 300 FRONT STRBTTT, ; ; MEMPHIS, TENV. ESTABLISHED IN 1864.1 STERNBERG- & UEE JobberaorUAS.TOIIACCO&S3IOKKKSA.TICLi:S tl Front Slnfl. Corner 1'nloii. ltiiiplii. IViin. Pearce, Suggs & Pettii WHOLESALE FACTORS GROCERS, COTTON And Commission Merchants, gCO and 263 Front Wtreet, MeniikliU. fBu:i. A. 1!. TRKADWJXL. s. s. ti:i:aI)vi:i.i.. A.B.TREADMLL& Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers. AO. 11 VXIO.V NTKKKT, MKni'lllS, TKX, ROYAL IJAIL LINE To tbe Xetherlaa.. The First-Class (Steamships of this Line AM STERDAM. KOTTKKUAM.xnilKDAM. ZAAS UAM, LKEKbAM, W. A. M'HULTEN, P. CAL AND. MA AS rarryinir th Cnitet States Mail to th. Aietherlnnds. leav. NW VQKK rpL'ulnrlr every WEDNESDAY, for ROTTERDAM and AMSTERDAM alternately. Virs; Cabin, $71); Second Cabin, $nO: Stcerag.( o,; from kter dom and Aiaster'Ura. . WSpt;th Wllliaroraet, Xew Y.irt, 8. S, S. ''lias been mora destrni!! V acuaaa health and life thr.u v;$r; V4IURnr. and famin. r mVccAr'." oo aaid a distin nis4 srriwr many irs atro, aid it L. as erne tM-day aa then. lh. ror -ictiiB of Blood Diseas. is drujnred with Mercur' to eur. th. malady, and then dosed with io dides to eur. him of tbe Mercurial Poison, in,; bat instead of any relief, tb. first breaks down his general health and make, him a cripple, and the other ruin, his tX estiva organs. T th".. a"tc! -IbJ, way Swift's Sjieei tic ia twe aVaXt booi on earth. and,tl 'W4(h 'fcl.rj than its weight in rill- It'aritiitoVis this Merc-aria) Poiw, ' tonejxjpuie ' sVstent and Iraina. tb. sfttf.tM back W. healuc and aapninoas, Kv.ry per S"0 who baa tlw been Mil vawd should by all aeaaa aak, a tburoutrh count, .f thia rouiody. JcrmsoirrtLtt. Twin, Co.. Oa. Fir. yean aae I found on my plantation a eolored man who waa badly diseaaed. He atatod that It v. yejars before be bad eon traeted a viilent eas. of Blood Poison, and had been treated by many physieiana. all failing to nra him. I treated him vrla Swift (peeihe, and In ashoct-.iafhe a( aonnd and srl, and hat SffJ UviW W tem of th. di?u. Kttfi:. - - -U. M. HCeHES. 6. tanUema, who had been eon fined to hi bad fix weeks with Mercurial Rheama tUm haj been ennd antiraly, and speak, la th kicbart prais. of 8. 9. 8. CUILlvj A BERRT.' . Chattanooga. T.aa. : ! KEWABIt Will b. paid to aay Chrin.iit viu wtrl lad, aa ana! rsii cXlOUhVuos 8. 8. 8., oo. par tizi 6f5l.rcary, Iodid. PoUaainm. or any mineral awbataaea. MB BWH-r SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, 6a. aM-WriU for tha LitUa Book, which Ul . k. mailed fra. Friew gmaU sua, tl par boU.. Lara (holding doabl. ,naaUty), 91 79 par AU drasxista aU it. Art School. IU0K. W. C. SAN'DEKS i.rniH-e- opening nn Art Si hiM.I, for tt.hinv Oil 1'ainiitiir iu hII its Itninflie, in Meiuitbif, early in 0-ller. Al droKS tor the present, care of WeatUvrfuro; Jc Kuten. 2i'. Main iitreet. MICROSOO PES I TELESCOPES, . FIELD CLASSES, MACIC LANTERNS, BAROMETERS, THERMOMETERS, DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, rMlOS0HICl AM CNtlllCAt AP'AMTSt MltfMtMlfansiksrfwlMUMhfM, QUEEN w.CO.,0lWina, PHILADELPHIA W. SPOT SMITH & Co (SuccCMors to Rojrcri i Co.) JOB PRINTERS! BOOKBINDERS. as-. Blank Hook Manufacturers, 317 MAIN STREET. (IP-STAIRS), OVER K. F. 1V1LIJI at- Q.'X. Ity Vh Urn day sold to M. W. FRIES D my vnura interest in the firm of ECKEHLY, ST0SE & CO., Urmpbh, Wholewtl Grocers and Cotton Factors and rheerfnlly recommend rm a w friends and the publie alicja. 4, V. PAINE. .!ltM!-Hi .f Ski.i. 2ft, ISnit HATHEY CAYLUS' Vh1 for m-nr S yMre with ret mmmrmm l-jr tha phywcMimiil in.NfW York mud lntrwu tuixv nor toall aUirr few tite proautieur of all rmmmjncTA or of kiuc Xaadlnc. hot up only in Glmm ItortJi-a CTOtarnmr aimi)e eaeh. PRIOR 7.T CV.S TH. MUINd TRKM TUE H.Pt-ST CXfmWLIM IS 1HH liAKKET. Prepared by CLTSkCUL Pari. CAPSULES- 4i,miaiMlr,tor' Police. JwaE.aaciacamawal hereby (Htm notie. of his ap potatmeut and oualificmrion a. adminislratctf th. ctat. of T. B. T.rner, decMwd ; all per sons haein, .Lima acainst aaid .stat, raa.nl th. aam, to m. immal lately, w v, - J- McDAVTTT, 0 Front at. Memphis. Tenn.. Sept. nibs 5. tuna. Xo(lo f IitiMJ'YM'jr. No. R. 7 Ruts cj 'wumsm. Shelby eoun tT Office Conn t Cuurt'lrk. M.mi.h,.. T.nn (v-M,ao l2Tlvv-To Mrs. Kat. Bora, Admr'x ia. Is AVIJ l, sucrestwl th. ina.lr.ney of th. Mtata of William Bora. rincicr..il nn . 1. . ordered to pn pour, hy advertisement in Mm. aewapaper pubhshsKt within tb. aaid StaU. and also at th. oowrthowe. door of Shelby eonnty, fur all persona havia. alaima aainst said titsls to appear aad file th. aam., authentiemtaa rn th. manner preavriDod by law, on ar bciur. th. l lth day of Dctnb.r, lm: acctaoj claim aot tleden or before aaid day, or Usior. an appropriation of h. funds uf saei .slat, ia mad., shall H forarw barr.d, both in law and ciaity. Wita.M m. hand, at omo, this 12th day oi Septemhwr, HLGH B. CUtLKS, Clark! By Louis Kettmann, I.paty Clerk. Notio, is hereby civ.n as di parted by tb. above order. ltj MRS. KA.IR BuRQ; Admr'x. 5,lm Rolls Baninr. l llarrels .Mess Pork, OFFER FOR SALE LOW TO TUB TRADEt lo.lslrt llnn.llos Ties, SuO.OlU pounds RacoQ, 1 ,r-io Parkaaes Lard, .Hi Barrels V ina.'r. 1, i llaa-s Coire., ..'( Kers Nail.7 2, 'sl llarrels t'Uar, 5,(sl Harrels K.lt, Uiiwi,, Ml Barr.l Ku-. HwMlenware, .. w. 1 .lam lioxes Soan. i,IMI Knrreis Surar, 6U Brls. Cookina- Oil, Torelhrrwith a full line of i .T """"". "W "; al.o".si. .rin Mslr- Mmw.klriar 'I'eliareii. Ai I'tl lnllV i-Kli r.!j. uur la.;(.us lor nasMiiiisK i otloa aro aawrssuaHa. Consigiiuiunu of Coiuiu solicited, an Uiwtal advanoes made on sain.. M.ml Wmi.f. Tliitli :U K irn ls M..I-I-C., psl llotfrilio.ti- Sniitir, ..'SM I'Mfk'urcs 'loll.,,,... ftCSMaso. Smk'ff Toliiccou, flVr K. A. IcriMtN A, NOW BEADY FOR BUSINESS. THE ARLINGTON INSURANCE CO. CMPITAJa, : : ; $100,000. Office-No. 43 Ma4iMU Street, : i Memphis, Tennessee. GEMUUUlHU iyil MIKI.Vi: I.S(K1IC AUTONBUYU.rrraM.llt. T. B. WIMW. VIcFrra-t. W. U. liLNNKDA Y,Nsw. ItlHMTUKN, T. B. BIMH. HVli-ARXOM. J. .M. SMITH, tm M'UWIl.t,, k i rium-iiv AUr-rw BOYD. W. II. BKKKY J. W. Kit HAH ISO. W. T. NTnW It IS c- . o l-o v' CR. RYAN. T J. WI'FV. W. 1. JOHN AFMIf-TEAD. J. II. Ml,nt:, W. It. Jo.NK.H, I;AVAT. St dif y- w 8 o en a 1 II MJ imrifi ill ia nn tor-jirjjrnji t c9 2L, c "-PsaS. VHPE'IAI.I.V VKIET TO KXPOMITIOX TINITUKX.Tf'.IN IIOTII. II .M recently Uett .nlarir.d. I. new Ihrotia hout. nod th. most .lercily furnished iu I i.nlle. and, la lact, all places of hu.iness and pleaaur. in th. city. aaiw. ana airy, ana races mtMierate. tu. ari. is not surt...rd. I lie rooina J. . WILL A il l. Ksnsirr. . . W. OA mm i oo. irocersi Cotton Factors S24 FRONT STREET. HEUPHIS. J. C. BEELT. m. II. saB. H. at. IK CELT. Brooks, Neelv & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXD COMMISSION MERC1IAXTH, . Ko. 367 Front afreet, a t : JSIeiuphlM, Teun. I.