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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATUEDAY, OCTOBEE 13, 1883.
RAILAVAY RECORD. ARRIV ALAND DEPARTURE OF TRAIN? Chesapeake, and Son Ik western Trains move s foilows : Ko 2 (express) leares t 11:46 p.m.; No. (mail) at 7:40 a.m. ; Ho. 6 (Cot inrton accommodation) at 4:40 p.m. No. 1 (ex press) arrives at 3 a.m.; No. 7 arrives at 1:45 p.m.: No. ft, Covington accommodation. 8:50 a.m. (city time). MeinphiM anil Little Roek-Trains more as follows: No. 1 leaves daily at4:4U p.m.; ar rives at 11:25 p.m.; No. 3 leaves at5a.m : ar rives at 7 ;(rt a.m.; No. 5 (freight) leaves ilope fleld at :.Y a.m. ; arrive, at fi :) p.m. Loalavllleand Xankvllle--Trains move as follows; Fiist mail arrives daily at 4:40 a.m.; leaves at 11;35 p.m.; mail leaves daily at 7:to a.m. Brownsville accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4:55 p.m. ; mail arrives daily at 4 :&) p.m. Brownsville accommodation arrives daily, exectit Sunday, at H:35 a.m. (city time). Hempkla and Ckarleston Trains move as follows (city tiuiel: Through express leaves daily at 11 :3u p.m. Mail and express leaves daily at7:30a.m. Hoinerville accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4 :55 p.m. Through ex press arrives daily at ll::it a.m. Mail and ex press arrives daily at 9:31 p.m. Somerville ac commodation arrives daily, except Sunday, at S:.V a.m. MIsalMlppl and Tennessee Trains move as follows: New Orleans mail leaves daily at 5:40 g.m. ; SardtB accommodation leaves daily, except undny, at 4:15 p.m,; freight leaves daily, ex cept Sunday, at H:4o a.m. New Orleans mail ar rives daily at U:5U a.m.; Sardis accommodation arrives daily, exceptSunday,at H:45a.m,; freight arrives daily, except Sunday, at3:lu p.m. Froight trains carry passengers. The Hflchican Central Will Come In. Chicauo, October 12. The Michigan Central l:iilway Company, which voted yesterday agii nut the adoption of uniform time schedules, as adopted by the rail roads of the country, has signified its in tention to conform to the new rule. Tbe Illinois! Railway Law. Ciiicaoo, October 12. Attorney-General McCartney, of this Suite, has tiled an opin ion that all railroad companies running a train or oar within the limits of the State are bound to make full reports to the Rail way Commissioners, and to keep open of fices in Illinois for the transfer of stuck, where an insjection of the nlock books, mav bo made as complete as at New York or lloston. The point was raised by the Canadian anil other lines which touch this city by running through the Northern strip of the State, and generally on leased lines. The Ohio and Mlmlmippl Railroad. Cincinnati, October 12. The meeting of the stockholders of the Ohio and Missis sippi railway was resumed this morning. The voting proceeded until an attempt was made to vote the bonds of the Spring lield division, whereupon Mr. Smith, of New York, objected, and the matter of the competency of these lxinds was re ferred to the inspectors. The latter re tired, took the matter under consideration and continued their delils-rations all day without reaching any conclusion. The meeting adjourned until 10 o'clock to morrow. HOSTETTER'S HITTERS. STETT CU-tBRAU" In rhronir ilv:toiria anl liver rnuiii rhronir f.nt i nutim. tiTitl other fibMlimttu dinetiifcf .iittutter'n Stmiiiit-h .Jitters in buyotid nil cumimr lMnn tli lnHt rvmvily that can l tnken. As a ineitnr of ri'ntorintr the utrcntidi nJ vital energy if pcriiis wlm arc Htnkiiift uinler the Itbil itjtt i flfcb of pHirilul cJirorler!. I tun ctiiiiihird vegeij hie inviirori.nt in eunafun-cd.y unriuiiUJ. Ft rml- hv nit lriiL'ci"t- :.tv. i.t'-iItT trt'ruTii 1 1 v. TAILOR. Slaoer & Goldbaum, TAILORS, Are in receipt of their complete FALL & WINTER STOCK, earefully selorte from FIRST-CLAPS FOREIGN HOllSKS. Uur Novel tki are the oh".cc!t to be found in the market. IMuur-e cb.1I on M. k Comer Second and Jefferson Sts. 18 A S?5E CURE for all d.oe.ooi o ..nr. Kianors and It has nif.otipu oa ihu inott important ' omiti, ttub'iujr it to thror? off torpidity and Inaction, aUmulatinjr Uio natJiy oaretlon Ok the Vile, and by kucoinx tho bowels In free j condition, cftcotlnff its reulAT dlchar?e. MJ9 B m I a Ii you arenatfbrinf from IWlCaldl lUi mjLrlJW have the chilli, are blliona, dyapept as oonttpatcd. Kidney- , Wort will aural? relieve and quickly Cure, la the 8pnnr ioleanLothe flystcra, every . one anoum uuo a mcroucn oouree 01 iu U SOLD RY DRUGGISTS. Prlc!. mmmm nor i: in Kits. If and If. ' If you are nuflVriiift from mor health, or laniruifhinir on a tcl of airknoM, take eherr. If yu aro hiinply ailinir. or if you feci wt'Jik and dispirited, without 'clearly knowiue why, Hop Ititturswll surely cure you." " If you are a MinUtcr and have overtaxed ' youmelf with or pant oral dutien ; or a Mother worn out with care and work; or a Man of Huii nes or Laborer weakened by the n train of your every-dity tl tit ion: or a Man of Letter toiling over your midniKht work, lion It it tors will sure ly trenn-thm you.' " h you aro rufloring from ovrr-eatina-iH driukinif, any indiscretion or diipntitm, or are younir and irrowinr ' too frtt, ait i; often t!ieci!"e," Or if you are in the workshop, on the farm, at the deck, anywhere, and feet 1 that your pyteiu tierd cleantnnir, toning 'or liinuliititm, without intoxicating; if you are old. blood thin and impure, lul 4 feeble, nerve unxteady, fat-ultie" wan- Ing, Hop Hitter is what you need to give you new life, health and vigor." If you are contive or dyspeptic, or ufTer ing from any other of the numerous dis eases of the stomach and bowels, it it your own fuult if you remain ill. If you are wasting i ay with any form of Kidney disease, stop tempting death this moment, and turn for a t'ure to Hop Bitters. If you are sick with that terrible sicknes Nervous ness, you will find a "Hnlm in (Ulead in Hop Bitters, If you are a frequenter, or a resident of a miasmatic dintrict, barricade your sys tem against the scourge of all countries malaria, epidemic, bilious and intermit tent fevers by us of Hop Hitters. If you have ronch. pimply, or sallow skin, bad d renin, nop iiiiut win give you tair hhiii, rirn blood, tSe Pwootc-t breath, and health. VM) will be paid for a case thev will not care or help. That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister, mother or daughter, can be made the picture o1 health by a lew butties of Hop Hitters cotiug oa a mn. UAI.YAMC Mllr.l.OS. ARE YOU AND LACK VITAL ENERGY? Tb. Howard OalTnaicShMd aalourotner Kltrat.u- 1 .dim nnd lM-tnuta r a I .urtcttrw for NfmlWiU. m.r ihuu.tton. LMa O Vill.irr. tWrwi.ra txl Itrtln, WcaR Bm. Kld ner, and htoniikch ed w aaTHEM Kitx. ThM MMUMwamn. Wry latMt tB rroWl, and KV ttralr diffmnt . Irooilialt.aiMlail Iotoira, a, taar alUnTr aaa 1 currants wttbout acida, caualna n COOtlDUOVS I Uon of tbe .kin I can ba worn as f work as wrll as rwt trnlj aotica- aa. Bor lrrlla. ft'h. to waarvr. I'uawr rcwOd ant atmnw of ali IDMrNUiaais Ciaaaapa .hfi. SraaUnaoS la oTIxaatlt. l'B.au for K11N OKI.T at owca raaca tb seat ul dlaaaan, as tttal act durct PIXI arvooa. alaaealar.aad ttwowralira tValwra. aimlilr ra1oHDat ta vitality whlcb la KMvtrlcitjdrKtDad fraanpaarr taas by asraaa or IndtacrMVona. tbry thus in a Datarat way ovacouoM tb without drotorlng tba aUifa wrb Tbny will cor. Ttr7 aaa abort of atradaral da aaaaralkka). aad w arw prafarad fro fnraiah tba BMWt ntalla and al..lula proof tm aopiHt our claiww. lllMtratad I'.apSM Pr4.or aant SMikKl for 6c poatiuw. S?f,L'.J Ar)KCaiOt.VANIOCO. rrastlsTlvyif an aj. 0tn 8t.. Sr- touia.Mo. WANTED. 200 Able-Boilied Lvve Workers, A t MalonVft Tandinr. river, by J. W. K Id n dire. tat ion worker or dy Uborrra paid mood ife. Apdy to J0U UALVIN 8 BodrdincbnoM, -Ui-i Mjud tlTMit AlcnihU. K IIX E YWO HT. NERVOUS 1 I.V-Bi mm I, if I. r mm- FINANCE AND TRADE. A continued increase in the demand for money is makingthat commodity consider ably close, but bankers are yet fully able to supply customers at the ruling rates. The demand continues to come from mer cantile sources, very little money going out for other purposes. Kates of exchange remain unclianged. The cotton market was quite active early yesterday, and spinners and extort ers were well represented in the day's transactions. Toward the close the tone slacked off to a quiet condition without change in quotations. The market closed with middling at 10lc, and sales of 1150 bales, 550 bales to exporters and 600 to spinners.. Receipts were 2742 bales, shipments, 1132 bales, leaving stock on hand 23,873 bales. Of the receipts 308 bales were by steamer, and of the shipments 1164 were by rail. Sales of the week, 8000 bales 2000 to exporters and G000 to spin ners. In New York the tone was quiet and easy at the close, with middling 10Jc. New York futures closed steady, with October declined 0 points, and other deliveries 6 to 8 points. New Orleans spots closed quiet, with middling quoted at 10 9-Kic. New Orleans futures closed quiet and steady, with current deliveries quoted at 10.40(5 10,42, and other months declined 7 to 9 points. Liverpool spots closed good demand freely met at 6J Gid, with sales of 18,000 bales, of which 12,000 were American. Liverpool futures closed steady, with October 6d. Stock on hand, 555,000 bales, against l(i,000 same day last week. Total receipts at all United States ports yesterday, 57,812 bales. Business in general trade was more active yesterday, there being a consider able increase in country orders. Hog pro ducts were quoted very strong, comment and Hour steady, sugar firm and very scarce, coffee strong ami excited, bay very dull and market overstocked, bran con tinues firm, oats steady and corn quiet; apples are in better demand, potatoes firm, cabbage firm, eggs weaker but unchanged. Corn continues at SKfnSOc; cornmeal, $2 65 ; (lour, $3 50n,7 25 ; chickens, 1 50(3 25; eggs, 20c; mess pork, $13; lard, 8ie by the tierce; butter, 15((i;20c for country and 27 35c for creamery, and other articles un changed. The following were the imports and exports as taken from the boards of the Merchants' Kxchange yesterday : IMPORTS. Ten brls apples, 12 tcs bacon and hams. 39 sks bran, 114 pkgs butter, 138 bu corn, i:so pkgs cheese, 118 sks collee. 41 hd cattle, 26 pkgs eggs, 450 brls Hour, 4 hd nogs, dl!) bales liay, 1 cars nay, 1 horse, 175 pkgs lard, 10 cars lumber,57 brls liquors, ill oris meal, ou kgs nails, 16 sks oats, 2 brls onions, 31!) brls potatoes, 5 cars bulk pork, 77 hd sheep and 174 pkgs tobacco. EXPORTS. Tweutv-eight brls tipples, 481 rlls bag ging, 18 tcs bacon and hams, 11 sks bran, 4 brls beans, 3 pkjrs butter. 15 bu corn. 9!l pkgs cheese, 140 sks coli'ee, 39 hd cattle, 4;!0 brls Hour, 226 bales hay, 5 hd horses and mules, 686 bdls iron ties. 55 pkirs lard, 2 cars lumber, 60 brls liquors, 4S brls meal,12 brls molasses, 119 kgs nails, 14 sks oats, 25 brls onions, 33 brls potatoes, 3 cars bulk pork, 5 brls packed pork, 65 brls BUgar and 95 pkgs tobacco. The Chicago market reports, according to the Appeal' special, shows that pork closed at $10 70 for cash. $10 42.1 for November, $10 35 for year, $10 95 asked for January; lard, $7 45 for cash, " 32 for November, $7 30 for year and ?7 37 J for January ; clear rib sides were $6 80 for cash, $5 75 for November, $5 60 asked for year and $5 62 asked for January; corn closed at 49Jc for cash, 43je for No vember and 46 c for year; wheat closed at 92 je for cash and 93Jc for November; oats closed at 28c bid for cash and October, 28.c for year and 28Jc for November. ht. lxuis specials quote corn closed at 46Jc, 44Jc for November and-42c foi year; wheat closed at $1 00J for spot, SI 02J for November, and $1 01 j for year; oats closed at 27ie for spots, 272c for vear deliveries. and 271c for November: pork closed at $11 50; lard, $7 25 bid; clear rib sides, $0 75; bogs closed at $4 4(Ki?4 95. FINANCE. The rates for money continue at 8 per cent, discount. Pltfnrin. Tt,ilanaa October 12th fl73.ftM o4 t 23.92". 2t Thus far this week 9"V4vW 10 ir.l.SdO 32 Same time last week 9!!.9l.l5 37 197, K4y Tt Satno woek lust year 703,543 91 lo0,,03 41 Kxchanjeon New York buviii" at 1 dis count, sellinj; at par. Kastem cotton bills Duynii at x lr cent, discount, selling at par; ana exciianiro on new Orleans 1 dis count ouyins, ami ar selling. isanK stocks tlank of Commerce, V.to bid; iirst Nutional, 118 bid; German .National, 200 bid; Manhattan. 100 bid State national, 127 bid; Union and Ilar ters, l OKI. Insurance Stocks Home, 72 bid ; Bluff I'lty, H.s liul; I'eoples, Kof-r ,i0 ; rianters, 110 bid; l'luenlx, 90f,i)!l3; Memphis City, iu.hii iio; anuermii, iitra. Kailroad llonds Memphis City Rail road bonds, ltf;100J; Chesapeake, Ohio anu rKinnwesieni nrst mort.'iige, iloawkecl Mississippi and Tennessee, . Jit).. Jkle lu pins and Charleatin. Sritt mortgage doikis, s, 1 10; do. second mortjraue bonds, .8 (1.HS.-.), 100; do. consols, 104; Memphis ant i.iitie i;ock nrsi niortiniee liomls; Hs. t.")(i' l(K); Mississippi and Tennessee con sols. A 1-'(K 124; do. B lOIW lOS. Miscellaneous Taxinj?-District compro mise bonds, 04; Merchants' Storage and Compress Company, new issue, Ui ; Mem phis Gas stock, '82; do. bonds. 100; iticinpnis atertjomjiany, bonds with ac cruetl interest, pari do. stock. i:!0 bid Memphis City bonds, old, 34 ; compromise Donux, (U; coupons irom old bonds. ;i4 from compromise Imnds, 70; ledger bal- anifs, .; judgments on coupons and bonds, 34; paving indebtedness. 34 : Sbel by county (Memphis ami Ohio railroad) 0s, !l7(it:100; warrants, 1(5; Mississippi levee tionds and coupons, District No. 1, 10; do. scrip, 10; Bank of Tennessee notes, new issue, 03: Crittenden county (Ark.) warrants, (15; Desha county, 00; Missis sippi couniy, ou. n.T Trlccraph. -ew i ork, i H'ioikt r.'. .Monev is in exivss of dtniaud at 1 jf 2 per cent., closed at - ikt cent, mine mercantile tiaivr, H 7 percent. Sterlingexchange bankers' bills steadv, 4S1J; demand. 4S41. Bonds (iovernmenta stronger; 4s rose to 120 bid, 4As, registerei, to 1 141 bid, and 4s, coupons, to 114ji bid. Buihvav bomls lirmer for West Shore lirsts, which rallied ti 774, after selling down to 7(j ; Kansas and I exits seconds lower at o2, and Texas PikmIic incomes at 4!((i4!lj. State securities dull. Stocks The market was generally dull and wciik during the lorenoon. I lie prin cipal business was in Northern J'acilics and Denver, which compristvl nlxmt ontv iuiii oi tne wiioie business of tne atternoon In the early afternoon the market became lirmer and prices advanced. In the last hour, however, there was another decline, and no recovery of importance later to note. Prices, as compared with the close Thursday night, are i to 1) percent, lower for Denver, tho trunk lines, Oregon Trans- I ontmental ami tho tumid stocks. C hi cago, Burlington and Qui nrv, 1 jtckawanna, Manitoba and I'nion 1'ocific, however, were i to i per cent, higher. In the specialties. Chicago, St- I-ouis and Pitts burg fell off 3j percent., to 11, and Penn sylvania Coal , to 38. The former sub sequcntlv rallied to 12 bid, and the latter to 40 bid. Alton and lerre Haute pre ferred sold down 1, to 81 ; Lake Shore and Western preferred 31, to 36 ; Mississippi and St. lxmis 1, to 20; Oregon improvement 21, to 75; Colorado Coal f, to l.sj, and New Jersey Central 1, to 9. The raid on Lake Shore, which more or less affected tho whole market, was based on the rumor that the Pennsylvania road had issued a circular making a sharp reduction in rates to points in Pennsylvania and New York State, along the West Shore road. Inves tigation of this rumor showed that it had no foundation. A prominent lear opera tor credited with a desire to cover, is ac cused of In'ing indirectly the author of the rumor. Oilier reports attracting con siderable attention were to the effect that the West Shore had bean leased to the Grand Trunk of Canada, and still later to the Pennsylvania. It isadinitted that ne gotiations are Iq progress, but are not yet sufficiently advanced to make any positive statement! It is said that the differences berween the Texas Pacific and the dissatis fied inoome bondholders are being ar ranged. Denver was weak on - the issue of $5,000,000 In new Istmls and a like amount of new stock. Denver nd llio Grande transfer hooks will be open to-morrow. Tim direct ors have issued a circular to the stock holders, which provides that the company, -under existing circumstances, is author ised ollV;r to its stockholders, who ap eared as such on the liooks at tho close of business, SeptemlMr 17, 18S3, as sub scriliers, pro rata, to !,000,0(I0 7-per-cent. general mortgage Isinds. convertible into stock, and $5,000,000 stock of the coui- pany, on tbe following terms and condi tions: Subscribers will receive for every $750 cash subscribed and paid in $1000 bonds and $1(XX) stock; subscriptions to be pavable in three equal installments the lirst immediately upon acceptance by the company, the others upon ten davs notice, but not more than one will be called for during one calendar month. The right to subscri be will expire Octoler 30, 1883. The bonds to be issued will be either coupon or registered, accord ing to the option of the subscriber. Clos ing quotations were as follows: oonaxxuxT. U. S. So, VKP4. 4s, 121. it, 114. Pacific 6 of 1896, 129. OSDS. C. P. firsts, 12. T. P. land crants , 4 Erie second. A. T. P. Rio Q. dir., 71. Lehiirh & Wilkes., TT. P. firsts, ISf-i. Louisiana eonnols, 71. U. P. land grants, 7H. Missouri 6s, 1U6. U. P. sink, fund, 116. St. Joseph, M). Virginia ta, 36. St. P.&S.C.firsts, 113. Va. eon., ex-m.,42. Tenn. (is, old, 37. Va. consols pfd, 10. Tenn. Gs, new, 35. Adams Express, 130. Mobile A Ohio, 11. Allegheny Central, 12. Morris 4 Essex, 122. Alton & Terrell., 41. Nash. A Chat., 53. A. A T. II. pfd, W'A. N. J. Central, 81. American Express, 87. N. A W. pfd., 39. B. , C. R. A N., 76. Northern Pacific. 28. Canada Southern. 49. North'n Pac. pfd., 63. Central Pacific. 65'. Northwestern. Vi'i. Chesapeake A Ohio, 14!4. Northwestern pfd., 3S'4. C. A o. lt i,r,i. a: C. A O. 2d pfd, Chicago A Alton, 131. C. A A. pfd, 145. C, Ii. A Q., 124. Ch.,St. L. A N.0..M. C, St. L. A P., y. C, St. L. A P. pfd, 40, C, San. A C..38. C.AC. ,65. Del. A Hud.,5'. Del. A Lack., 117. Denver A Kio U., 23' I. Erie, 21i!4. Erie-pfd, East Tennessee, fr't East Tenn. pfd, Ut. new xora central, 14;. onto uentral, A. Ohio A Mississippi, 29'4. Ohio A Miss., pfd., W. Ontario A Western. 21. Oregon Trans., 47. Pacific Mail, 37' 4. Panama. t8. P.. D. A E.. 12. Pittsburg, 35V,. Pullman Pal. Car, 25V. Keading, SO1,. Rock Island, 119. St. L. A S. F.,25. St. L. A S. F. pfd., 45. St. I,. AS. F. 1st pfd., 88. St. Paul, 99'. St. Paul Dfd.. KK. ton tvayne, IJU, Hannibal A St.Joe. 40. St. P.. M. A M.. Pi. "II. A St. J. pfd, J. St. Paul A Omaha, 35. Harlem, 190. St. Paul A O. pfd., 88. Houston A Texas, 45. Texas Pacific, 21 Illinois Central, 127. I'nion Pacific, 874. I. B. A W., 21. V S. Express, 58. Kansas A Texas, 22';. W. St. L. A P., 19'i. Lake Erie AWest., W. St. L. A P. pfd, 30"i. Lake Shore, 97.'. Wells AFargo'sEx., lit. Louisv. A Nash., 47. Western Union, 784. L., N. A. A Chi., 33. Ilomestake, 15. Mar. A Cin. 1st pfd, 10. Iron Silver, 300. Mar. A Cin. 2d pfd, 5. Ontario, 30. Mem. A Charleston. 40. (juiuksiiver, 6. Michigan Central, 7.VA. Quicksilver pfd., 32. Minn. A St. L., 19,'. tSouthern Pacific, . Minn. A St. L.pfd, 45. tautro, . Missouri Pacific. 88. "Asked. tNo sales. Transactions to-day aggregated 321,000 shares, as follows: 21.000 Lackawanna, 17,i Erio, 21,(W) Lake Shore, 8.0(111 Mich. Centrnl 5,1100 Northwestern, 9,0110 Reading, 8.000 Texas Pacific, 28,000 North.Pacific pfd. 21 ,000 TtenverAROrande, 5,0o0 Kansas A Texas, 10.1 10 Louisv. A Nashv., 3.IMI Northern Pacific, 14.INI0 St. Paul, 26, 000 I n ion Pncific, 47.000 Oregon Transcon, D.UJU n aoasn ptu. xvew Uki.eans, October 1. tSiglit ex change on .New York, $1 per $1000 pre mium. Sterling exchange bankers' bills, 482. London, October 12. Consols, 101 5-16; on account, 101; Illinois tjentral, 131: Pennsylvania Central, 01 ; New York Ce& tral, 181 ; Krie, 301 ; Heading, 2(iJ. Taiiik, October 1. Eentes, 78f. 5c. TIIE COTTON MARKETS. The local market opened and closed quiet, with no change in quotations Sales, 1150 bales, including 325 bales Thursday evening; exni 000 to spinners. orters, 550 bales; Yesterday Thursday Ordinary ru ' J - 10'i HB4 (looil Ordinary.- " s .? Low Midming Middling Oood Mid, Minn.. Middling fair - 11 11 air Nom. oin COTTON STATEMENT. Memphis. October 12. 1883. Stock September 1, 1SS3 K.4H1 rieceivea to-uav . Z.OV4 Received previously 27,82i 3S.40t Shipped to-day l.SOTT hipped previously 14. lloiue consumption to date... ....... 15,811 Stock, running acconnt....... M 22,563 7iorf. Thus far this week .... Thus far last week Since September 1st Moinohis and Charleston Knilroad 2:t3 Missiscippi and Tennessee Kuilroad 310 Louisville and ?ia.-4b-tlle Jc u. ft. rtailroad Meuiohis and Little Hock Hailroad 6K2 thesaieuke, Ohio and b. n . Hailroad Sleamcrs .. ...- Wagons and other sources ..... Total .. Export. Thus far this week Thus far last week . Since September 1st-..-. Mississippi nnd Charleston Hailroad 697 Missis.-ippi and Tenuossoc Railroad.... , 2t4 '.otrisvillo anil N'ashVille Ar'O. Knilroad, 158 Chesapeake. Ohio and S. W. Hailroatl, M 45 Steamers north 200 Steamers south...... - - 143 Total ... .. 1,507 The New York spot market opened quiet; at 12:10, quiet; at 2:15, quiet and easy, closing quiet and easy, with pre vious quotations maintained. Sales, 5478 bales. Contracts, I!00 bales. Closing quo tations : Yesterday Ordinary . S'i Hood Ordinary 9Vt Low Middling .!(?'- Middlin 10; I Good Middling 11 Middling i'air - 11"-N Fair - ..Lf. Thursday 11- The New York future market opened steady; at 10 ::!7, barely steady ; at 11:51, steady ; at 12 :20, easy ; at 1 :42, quiet ; at 2 :42, weak, closing steady. Sales, 133,000 bales. Closing quotations: Yesterday ....10.HSialo.89 ....ll.Mrall.04 11.1HU.17 n.27''Mll.28 11. :tsri l.ai 11.4(ki4ll.50 ...11.5tl,.ll.G0 lt.tS7liaU.ri9 Thursday 10.94i,10.95 11.09M11.10 11.22W1.: .svh:m U.4nll.il6 11.56(0111.57 ll.tirkoill.67 ll.7Kall.7rt 10.l10.64 10.70al0.71 January I ebruary March April June July August - September October November....- lie co in her 10.57ml0.59 .......lO.lUcllo.M , ..10.73jl0.74 10.81(S10.K2 The New Orleans spot market opened easier; at 1 :30-easief , closing quiet, with quotations revised, reducing middling jc lower. Sales, 3000 bales. Stock on hand, 120,013 bales. Closing quotations: Yesterday Thursday Ordinary 9 S'i Uood Ordinary 9'i 9'4 Low Middling -. lO'J 10'J Middling 10 -l 10 11-16 Uood Middling lo1 10J4 The New Orleans future market opened quiet; at 11:05, steady; at 12:07, quiet and steady; at 1 :30, easy; at 2:40, steady, closing quiet and steady. Sales, 44,500 bales. W e quote tho price-list of the last call received, as follows: Yesterday Thursday 10.61il.H2 10.74(10.75 10.R10.90 ll.Ol'o.U.02 11.1511.17 11.29,011.31 ll.42wll.44 H.itlo.U.54 10.V 10.49. 10.42'ulO 44 10.4S0.4H January jo.jvfct. February .... ,..io.6ii'io.(r? I0.79-uI0.no 10. 02(0,10. 93 II.IIVisU.07 U.21'll.22 U.Xoll.3a .10.4n10.42 10.3.V10.S7 10.4ISi.10.41 si area April May June- July . Auieust- Septomber-..... October November . .-..... December DAILY BULLETINS I Slate of Market. Itec'U. Price. Stock (lalveston... . New Orleans Mobile Savannah... . Charleston.... yuict. Iuiet. Lasy. Ouiet. Ouiet. Quiet. K:isy. 5.045 1S.4I 1.SS0 10 3-16 10', 10 '-16 llVj lo' J 10', IlV'v lo'J lo7. 11- 10 HJ.296 12H.O3 12,V)H 80,572 62,110 10,706 21.M2 6,110s 10.H45 S.6U5 6,129 12.625 7.354 6 ,7.W Wilmington. J Norfolk. 4.S.S2, liati.nore rirm. New York jQtiK'sy imslnn.i Menuy. Philadelphia.. Firm. St. Louis .i Steady. Augusta....- ... Quiet. Day's receipts, 1S3 llay's receipts, 1SS2. Day's receipts, 1KS1 Km 1.119 1.5W 44i5l5 31.75K CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. tB :ki8 ... 2o0 2,0t 5,472 3,174 15.S41 This Last Last Week. Week. Year. Receipts 7 davs 22S.l-'0 164,510 204.S01 Kxports to tlr Britain 37.690 2o,:'l 55,797 KxiH.rts Ui continent .. 21.S67 29.055 20.5lS Slocks at all ports H19.24H 40S.41W' 35S.146 Thbi Last Year Year. Year. Before. Receipts since Sept. 1st) 721.4! 678.5961 7S6.273 Korviinexp"ts5v.pt. 1st 256.150 Sir.o4l Sr2,414 Stock at V. S. ports 619.21 358,1461 503,021 Increase in receipts j 42.S.S6 .... I The Liverpool spot market at noon was quoted good demand, freely mpt at pre vious prices. Sales, 18,000 bales, of which 12,000 bales were American. Receipts, 4900 bales, of which 4900 were American. At 12:15: Ordinary, 5Jtl; good ordinary, 5 1-1 (id ; low middling, 5 l,-ltxl ; uplands, Old ; Orleans, (ijd. The Liverpool future market at noon was quoted quiet ; October, 6 3-04d ; October-November, 6 2-64d; November-December, December-January, Od; January February, r) 2-04dj Fcbruarv-Mareh, 6 5 64d; March-April, 6 7-4d'; April-May, 6 10-0d; MavJune, 13-44d. At 1:30: October-December, Q l-64d; November-IVceniber. 5 ti3-64d; February March, 6 4-tt4d. ' At 3: October, 0 2-G4d ; October-Novem-lver, 6d; Novenpbcr-December, 5(2-Orf; Jannar--Februarv, 0d ; February-March, 3-64d; April-May, 6 8-64d. Manchester yarns and tqbrics firm. At 3:30: On tober, l-fl4d; Octqber-No-veinber.S 63-4d ; Dtjoemberjanuary, 5 63 041 ; Kebrttary-March, 0 2-tV4d At 4: November-l)ecember, 5 61-64d; Dtx-ember-Januarv, 5 Gl-64tl; January February, 5 03-4i4d ; March-April, 6 4-644. At 5: "October, 6d: October-Nqvcmber, 5 f2-j4d ) Noven)lrr-Deimber, 5 r0-04d ; February-March, r ' 1-H1 ; prfl-Jwyi tMHd; May-June, i 10-044. Futures closed steail v. - GENERAL TRADE. BKEAU.1TI FFS. Corn White, 5S0c; mixed 50c from store. No bulk in market. Hat Choice, from store, 85c; prime, 75c; prairie, 40c; round lots from levee or detHt, $2(oi3 ler ton cheaper. Flock From store extra, $3 50; dou ble extra, $4 25; triple extra, $5 25; family, $5 50 ; choice, $5 75 ; fancy, $0 ; extra fancy, $6 25 ; patents, $77 25 ; round lots from levee or track 10(2)loc cheaper. Cobxmeal Standard. 2 05 from store: 5c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oats White, 45c from store ; mixed, 40c ; rejected, 35c from store. Kound lots from levee, white, none ; mixed, 37c. ubx r-rom store, l per cwt; round lots, from levee, $17 per ton. Oatmeai In half barrels, 3 504 50 from store. Cracked Wheat In half barrels. $4 50 o from store. iloHix y andItiuts rom store, $4. Rick Louisiana. 5J(5iBJc: Carolina. 7(Si 7Jc. Beans Navy, $2 G02 7o: medium, 2 25. Seeds German millet. $1 25: second quality, 90c(Sl. Cincinnati, October 12. Flour un changed. Wheat stronger; $1 03 J cash and the year, SI 07i January. Corn stronger, 52c. Oats firmer; 30(31c cash, JUJc tne year. Detroit, October 12. Wheat firm: cash and October, $1 03; November, $1 04 1 05 ; December, $1 OtiJ ; No. 2 red, $ 1 03 ; Ao. 2 white, aojc; receipts, 2(5,000 bu;ship- ents, 62,000 bu. Com No. 2, cash, 51 ic. Oats No. 2 white, 32c; No. 2, 30Jc. Kansas City, October 12. Wheat re ceipts, 24,000 bu ; shipments, 33,000 bu ; market higher; No. 2 red, fall, 831c cash, 83J.83jjc October. Corn receipts, t000 bu ; shipments, 9000 bu; market higher; 37 jftioSc cash and October. Oats steadv ; 'in nosh New York, October 12. Flour steadv; superfine Western and State, $3 15(S3 70. Wheat spot lots t(Ac higher: options opened Jc lower, later 5-16c stronger, ad vanced J(o; c, closing firm ; ungraded red, 92c(a$i ii Rice in fair demand and market firm. Louisville, October 12. Flour nomin ally unchanged; higher grades, 0 25. V neat demand light, but holders firm : No. 2 red winter, $1. Corn demand light, but holders firm ; No. 2 white, 51c; No. 2 mixed, 40((i)50c. Oats demand light. but holders firm, 30c. Milwaukee, October 12. Wheat strone- erjeash orOctober, 91jc; November, 93Jc; December, 95ijc. Corn stronger; No. 2, 50Jc; rejected, delivered, 60('i51c. Oats scarce ; No. 2, 29c bid ; samples 31 (S;32c Kye tngner; iNo. l, o4c. Barley steady, 01 4c No. 2 October ; extra, 57c. New Orleans, October 12. Flour auiet but steady ; family, $4 25 ; higher grades, $5 155 75. Corn scarce and firm ; mixed, (3c. Uats steady, witn a fair demand, at 39c. Cornmeal active and firm; fresh, $2 50. Hay scarce and firm ; prime, $15 16 50; choice, $17. liice excited: Louis iana, ordinary to prime, 4J(:5Sc. Toledo, October 12. Wheat steadv and a shade higher; No. 1 white, $1 07; No. 2 wnue, i oij; iso. red, spot, $102; October, $1 03 j ; November, $1 03$ ; Uecember, $10oi; January. SI 0 i : No. 3 red, 941c bid. Corn strong and active; high mixed, 53c; No. 2, cash, 531c; Octo- ber,oc; iNovemoer, ol.c; rejected, 49c ; no grade, 4ic. Oats strong; Jo. 2, cash, 30A(oCJ0ic ; October, 30ic ; rejected, 291c. Clover strong; prime to medium, cash, S3 20 bid; December, $5 30; No. 2, S4 95 U1U. Baltimore, October 12. Flourquiet and easy ; Howard street and Western super- nne, ;' s;Ha,j oo; extra,. a;lamtiy, $o (u'(. Wheat Western higher and active; No. 2 red winter, spot, SI 071 074; Oc tober, SI 07(,i;l 071 ; November, $1 082 1 OSJ ; December, $1 llJdfl 11J; January, $1 Viil 13. Corn dull; Western mixed, spot, fiOc asked ; October, 5Si(ii;60c ; No vember, 58c bid ; steamer, 59c asked. Oats firm ; Western white, S'&MVc ; mixed, 35(0-300; Pennsylvania, 30(ij!39e. Kye steady, 64(5;65c. Hay quiet; prime to choice Pennsylvania and Maryland, $14 (o)l(i. St. Louis, October 12. Flour firmer but not higher. Wheat higher and fairly act ive; No. 2 red, $1 OOlfr l 00 cash, SI 001 October, SI 021 November, $1 01 i Decem ber, 1 01 J the year, 1 05S January,! 121 bid May; No. 3 red, 951951c. Corn higher, demand exceeds oll'erings ; 401(35 46Jc cash; 4(ilp74()c October, 44J(S442c November, 41Jf5 42c December, 41J(W 41jc January, 44Jc Mav. Oats higher but slow ; 27 J2f Jc cash, 27'c bid October, 27i(o,27Jc November, 28Jc December, 32c Mav. Kve quiet, ouje. uariey dull, o0(a70c. r lax seed scarce and firm, SI 33. Hay steady prairie, SS("M); timothy, SllfiiUS. Bran easier, 62c at mill. Cornmeal firm. $2 25. Receipts Flour 5000 brls, wheat 44,000 bu, corn 19,000 bu, oats 24,000 bu, rye 1000 bu, barley 2000 bu. Shipments- Flour 8000 brls, wheat 17,000 bu, corn 7000 bu, oats 8000 bu, rye 7000 bu, barley none. Chicago, October 12. Flour quiet and uncnanged. .Regular wheat in good de mand, unsettled, but generally higher 92Sc October, 932c November, 951(I5J December, IKilc January, SI 033(S 1 031 May ; No. 2 Chicago spring, 921c ; No. red winter, $1 01. Corn in good demand and ruled higher; 49c cash and October, 4S48jc November, 47c Iecember, 4(5gC the year, oOic January, 482(i48ic May Oats in improved demand and very firm 281(S,28jjc cash and October, 29c Novem ber, 2!lc December, 28l(o2sjc the year, 32i(S321c May. Kye firm, 54Jc. Barley dun, ojc. Call. Wheat quiet but steady ; advanced ic October and December. Corn in fair demand; advanced ic Novemiter and May, advanced jc January. Oats quiet; ad vanced ic October and year; declined jc govern Der. Receipts Flour, 8000 brls; wheat, 107, 000 bu; corn, 204,000 bu; oats, 115,000 bu; rve, 25,000 bu; barley, 82,000 bu Shipments Flour, 14,000 brls; wheat 95,000 bu ; corn, 208,000 bu ; oats, 242,000 bu ; rye, 02, QUO tm ; barley, 07,000 bu. PKOVLMO.ta. Butter Creamery, 27(5i35c; dairy, 2i 25cr bntterine. 15(S,17c: country. 15fc20e. Cueese Prime flats. 8(i9c: !N'ew York factory, 9l0c ; full cream, 1510c ; Young America, 15(Wjl(ic ; small home cheese, 15-lb av., 9(ci)10c. jmess I ork 513 per barrel; sugar cured hams, packed, 1515Jc; breakfast bacon, 16c ; clear nb sides, 8c Bulk Pork Clear sides, 8c; clear lib sides, 71c; shoulders, 63c. Lard Tierce, 8 jc ; half-barrels, 9c ; kegs. 9c; buckets, 91c; half buckets, 10c; 20-lb tins, Jc; 10-lb tins, 9.c; 6-Ib tins, 10c 3-10 ttns, lojc. New York, October 12. Pork demand active; new mess, $11 5012, the latter choice; family mess, $14 25(515 2?, i-ard stronger ; choice prime steam, 8.0. i Uctober. Cincinnati, Octolier 12. Pork quiet but steady, $1 1 40(o.l 1 50. Ijxril quiet, Jc Macon quiet but firm; shoulders, ( clear no, 7jc; clear, tic. Butter easier but not quotably lower. Louisville, October 12. Provisions quiet ; new mess pork, $12. Bulk meats shoulders, 5c; clear rib, Cel. Bacon shoulders, 53c; clear rib, 71c; clear. 72c, Lard dull and drooping; choice kettle- rendered, 11c. St. Loris, October 12. Pork slow 511 25. Bulk meats long clear, 6.00c short rib. 65c: short clear. 7c. Bacon I firmer; long clear, 7(S,7Jc; short rib, 7J 1 ic-, snort clear, . j(' sc. l-aru lower, ic Butter creamery, 27(?;,30c; dairy, 18( 2jc. r.ggs quiet, 18c. Baltimore, October 12. Provisions ouiet with lower tendency. Mess work $13. Bulk meats shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, 7W-8c, Bacon shoulders, Jc; clear rib sides, 8c; hams, UK" I.e. Lard refined, S3p. Better quiet; West ern packed, 10f.i;20c; creamery, 20(S28c. r-ggs quiet, 23(t 24c. iNEW viHi.KANs, .h-toberil2. 1'ork inac tive, ?11 75. Lard steady; tierce, 8jc keg, 8ic. Bulk meats in fair demand shoulders higher, 5.30f.? 52c: sides steady, tic. Bacon shoulders nominal, 6c; long clear and clear nb lair and prices higher, i.jo( 1 jc iiatns sugar-cured steady; choice canvased, 15110Jc. Chicago, October 12. Pork quiet but firm : $10 ill cash, $10 70v?.10 75 Octo ber,' $10 42J(10 45 Noveniler and De cember, $10 30(U0 32 the vear, $10 02 (1Q 95 January, $11 05(tdl 07 Feb ruary. I-ard in fair demand and nom inally unchanged; 7.42(S 7.45c cash and Octoljer, 7.30t 7.32c November and le cember, 7.27(7.30c the year, 7.35C7Jc January, 7.45(o7.47c February. Bulk meats in fair demand; shoulders, 4)c; short rib, 7c; short clear, 6.70c. Butter quiet and unchanged. Call. Pork in fair demand but firm at $10 50 November, $10 45 December, $10 40 the year. Lard in fair demand ; 7.45c Oc tober, 7.32c November, 7.30c the year, 7.40c January. CHICAUO PROVISION AKD PBODICE Special to tb Appeal. CniCAOo, October 12. There was a good deal of strength manifested in the markets pn 'Change to-day, especially in cereals, making several of the large operators that were short big lines somewhat nervous, and in their endeavors to cover outstand ing contracts kept the market in a most strong cqnijitjon. . Receipts pf poth wheat anil porn were very small, and the de mand, both for home consumption and chartered shipments, was much in excess. Everything taken into consideration, we are inclined to the belief that we have seen the lowest prices in cereals of all kinds, and from now on may expect a gradual improvement each day in quota tions, not caused by manipulation and speculative account, but theqntcomeof nat ural feeling of confidence based upon the actual demand and consumption. The Agri cultural Bureau makes the decrease in the crop of wheat about 100,000,000 bushels. This is a large loss, for our country is im proving each day, and population increas ing at an unparalleled rate, and more is needed, and the increase in acreage is comparatively little more than past years, not enough to make it an object of statis ticians. The corn crop is also undoubted ly short many million bushels, and every grain we have will be harbored for home use, and shipments will be as small as the demands of trade will necessarily allow. Hogs, though, are still plentiful, but of decreasing weight, for the farmers don t feel like feeding their corn to them to fat ten on to ship to a glutted market. The cold weather is now nearly on us, and the receipts continue good, for they are all rushed to market to save expense of feeding, and as prices are expected to be still lower, it would be an expense to the grower to feed them and realize nothing for his labor and expense. Receipts Wheat, 11,742 bu ; corn, 200,- 250 bu ; hogs, 1750 hd. Shipments Wheat, 95,172 bu ; corn, 308,000 bu ; hogs, official yesterday, 5153 hd. Price of hogs, $4 30 5 30. ST. LOUIS PROD1TR A . D FBO VISION Special to the Appeal. St. Louis, October 12. The market has been pretty much all one way to-day, though business was confined almost wholly to cash and November deliveries, the exception being an occasional report of year transactions. Advances of Jc were secured in all lines of grain, and 25c on pork. The rise may be based solely on the advancing tendency of other markets and cannot be relied on to hold any length of time unless something transpires to give it sustaining power. Sellers antici pating the npward move, held high views at the opening, which in some instances they succeeded in keeping np a good part of the day, but toward the close conces sions were made that lost them fully Jc, although the market closed that much higher than yesterday. The details are as follows: Corn opened on bids of 46lc, but no sales were reported until 46Jc was reached at noon. Before the close of that hour sales at c less were reported, and 461c held out the day. Year opened at 42c, fell to 415c, and recovered to 42c at the close. November opened at 44 ic, and fell to 44Jc at the close. No transactions re ported in other months. Wheat opened on bids of $1 00, rose to $1 02, fell to $1 00, and closed at $1 00. Year opened on bids of $1 00, and closed at $1 01. November opened at $1 01, rose to $1 02, fell to $1 01 1, and closed on raise to $1 02 Oats opened on bids of 27c, but 27Jc was the first transaction reported, followed by others with Jc off, and closed at 27 c. Year opened at 27Jc, and closed at 27 Jc. September opened on bids of 271c, but 27Jc was realized at the close. Pork opened at $11 25 and closed at $11 50. Lard was held higher, yesterday's quota tions being refused, and no transactions reported, Clear rib sides opened and closed at $6 75. Hogs were reported in large supply, and closed at $4 404 95. OKOVERIKM. SrGAR Pure wkite. 91c: off white. 9c yellow, 8(5;9c; open kettle, 73("'8c; re- nned A, iKayjic; granulated, OJc; pow dered, 10(3)1010 : cut loaf. lOic. Coffee Common, 11c; ordinary, 11 Jc; fair, 12c ; prime Rio, 12ic; choice, 14 loc; utney, loc ; old government, z3a)31c. Molasses Louisiana, common to fair, 305ij,35c; prime to choice. 43(Sw)Oc : centri- lugais, dOta)40c ; syrup, 38c ; sorgnum, 3o(j) HrC. Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per dozen Pineapples, $1 60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, $1 60 ; seconds. $1 40 : tomatoes. 2-lb. stan dard, $1(5',1 10; 3-lb, $1 30140; strawber ries, 51 M(n)l 00; raspberries, $1 lo(j)l 50 oiaeKbernes, si iixasi zo: trreen tstees, $1 50 ; pears, $1 50 ; plums, $1 50 ; preen corn, $1 101 50; green peas,90c$120, cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15 ; cove oysters, lull weight, 2-lb, f 1 So ; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 20; condensed milk Crown, $6 256 50; Eagle, $8 25; Swiss, $0 L'.Xojti 00. Candles Full weight, 15c Soap idfSlc ner nound. Salt Per car-load, $1 35( I 40 per bar rel ; $1 50 in sacks ; pockets, bleached, 2 7c; coarse, $1 25;. car-loads from levee or depot, 5(,10c cheaper. Bagging and Ties Bagging, jute, 10 lljc; nax, I01()1HC, according to weight. Ties, Arrow, $1 40(n,l 45. Baltimore, October 12. Coffee firm Rio, cargoes, ordinary to fair, ll(S)12Jc. New Orleans, Octolx-r 12. Coffee good demand and higher; common to prune, 10(o;133c. Sugar in good demand seconds. 7Cf, 71c : vellow clarified SI7. S?.- Molasses in fair demand ; centrifugal, 45 ouc; strictly prime, 6c. New York, Octoler 12. Coffee quiet fair Rio, llje; Rio, 7( 9.70c. Sugar quiet but steady; standard A, M0'2.c; granu lated, Sfe8 1-I6c; C, G3( 7c; extra, 7J(n) jc; white extra O, 0- 16c; yellow, CI tjc; on a, 2(t sic; mould A. 8c; con fectionera' A,8jc. Molasses in fair de mand, and stead jly held. HOrSEIIOI.D SUPPLIES. Vegetables Onions, Northern, packed $2 50 per barrel. 1 ouitoe.4 .Northern, 62 new home-grown, packed, $1 00W1 75 buying, $1 25 loose. Cabbage Chicago, loose, 10(5?,14 per 100 heads. Garlic, $1 per 100. Kraut, $8(Sj9 for new, barrels ; $4(5) 4 30 lor half-barrels. Apples Northern, $2 50(3-3 50; choice. $3 50(3,3 75; fancy, $4 50 per barrel. Dried apples, 67c per poqnd from store. Dried peaches, 45c from stqre. Cranberries, $16 per barrel. Pickles, medium, barrel, $7 50; half-barel, $4; pint jars, $1 25 per dozen : quart jars. $1 75(5i2 per dozen. Fruits Oranges Louisiana, $7 50 per barrel, $4 per Ikjx. .Lemons, o()o oO per box; fancy Messina, $6 50. Bananas, $1 50(5)2 50 per bunch. Cocoanuts, S-Vo-O period. "eanuts Virginia, hand-picked. 12c; Tennessee, 9c; roasted, 2c higher; shelled, 12c. Almonds, 19(g.20p. Texas pe- cans,ll(f)14c; Arkansas,.i4c. r.nglisti w al nuts,143)16c Filberts, 13c. Brazil nuts, 10 101c. Raisins 'Iomlon layers, $3; Im perial, $4. Brandy cherries, $3 25(5)3 50 per dozen. Cider Missouri, $8,8 50 per barrel and $4 50 per halt-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, If 7 50. v megar, izj(nlirc per gallon. Fisn Mackerel. 10-lb kit. No. 1. $1 No. 2. 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c; half-barrel $56 25. White fish, Np. 1, per half-bar- rei, Poultry Old hens, $3 25 : large young, $2 50(5)3; medium young, $2(5)2 25; small young, $1 50(5)1 75. Turkeys no de mand. Ducks, $3(5)3 50. Eggs 20c. Pics' Feet In barrels, $8 50(3)9; half- barrels, $4 2o2i 50; kegs, $a Zo. PELTRIES, HIDES AND LEATHER. Hides, Etc. No. 1 dry flint hides. 16c No. 2 dry hides, 12(3)13c; salt hides, 10 l sic; Ao. 1 green salt hides, o(ct). jc; ISO. 2 green salt hides, 6c; green hides, 6(5)tic. Beeswax prime yellow, 2S(Si30c; tallow. 77c; ginseng, per pound, $1 50. Deer skins prime, 25(5)33c. Leather Oak sole, perponnd, 3540c; hemlock, 2730c; harness, 35(340; skirt ing, 755)80c; French calf, $40(3430 per dozen ; domestic calf, $30(3;45 per dozen. Feathers Prime, 40c. Wool Tub-Hashed, kySiTC. per pound; unshed, 1823c; burry. I016d ' WHISKY. ETC. Brandies Cognac, $5(5)16 ; peach, $2 50 3 30; apple, $2(5)3 50. Wines Imported port,$l 504; sherry, $1 55(34 ; champagne American extra dry, $9(5)10; Piper Heidsick, $26(5)28; Mumms extra drv, $28(5)30; Pomerov Sec, $31 50 (5)33 50; AV.Cliquot, $31 50(5"-33 50; claret, $5 75(5)9 per box ; Catawba 6 50(5-9. Whiskies Redistilled, 90c($l 50; straight, $1 50(3-4, according to age. St. Louis, October 12, Whisky steady, Louisville, October 1. Whisky quiet, $113. ' - ' " - 1 Cincinnati, October 12. $1 13. - -Whisky firm, Nkw Orleans, October 12. Whisky un changed. . Baltimore, Qctqljer 13. Whisky steady, $1 181 18. " Chicago, Octqljer 12- Whisky steady and unchanged. LITE-STOCK MARKET. Corn-Fed Cattlb Choice toextra,none received. Grass Cattl.: Choice, 4(5)4c; good, 3 Ac; fair to medium, 2J(aJc; common, li(S2c. Sheep asl Lambs Choice, per Tb, 4c; medium, per lb, 33cT common;- per head, $1(31 50; choice lanibs, per lb, 5(5J 5c; medium. Iambs, per head, $3 50(5-4. Hogs Choice (corn-fed), J50 to 2001b. 5(S'c; medium (corn-fed, 55)5jc; com mon, 43-5c Cows and Calves Choice milch cows with young calves, per head. $3fVS40; medium milch cows with vounir calves. perhead, $2025; yeai lings, per head, St. Lor is, October 12. Hoes Dlentv and weak; light, $4 75(5t 85; heavy, $4 75 4 95 ; packing, $4 404 85. Receipts, 410 head ; shipments, 410 head. Cattle firm, and good shippers wanted, but none here ; prices range steady ; Texans, $3 30f4 25 ; Indians, $3 6004 40. Receipts, 1100 head. Chicago, October 12. Cattle receipts. 8400 head; exports, $6 10(57 ; good to choice, $5 40(5-6; common to fair, $4 10. liogs receinfs. 1 1 .500 head : moder- tely active and steadv: licht $4 85(5 30: rough packing. $4 30(5V4 75 : heavy rack ing and shipping, $4 80(5)5 20. Kansas CrrY.October 12. The Livestock Indicator reports cattle firm for good grades but weak for low qualities ; native steers, 1200 pounds, sold at $4 75 ; feeders, 1100 pounds, $4; cows, J2 60(5.3 50; Texas steers, 900 to 1070 pounds, $3 60 z ; receipts noo head, llogs receipts. 900 head; lower and weak, ranging from t 4 4 to S4 o; bulk ot sales. S4 4o. bheen receipts none ; nothing done. HOrSE-Bl'ILDIXe MATERIALS. Framing-Lumber Yard prices Roueh. $15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine flooring, $25; shingles, $:$4 50; lathing Foplar, $1 7o; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 feet. t,iMK and (. em ext Alabama ume.9oc(a $1 a barrel ; Tennessee, 8590c ; Louisville cement, $1 7iXsl 10 a barrel; Hosedale ce ment, $2 50 a barrel ; Portland. $5 : plaster of Paris, $2 50. A ails $3 10(3 2o per keg. HORSES AND MILES. The mule market is well supplied with all qualities. The horse market is dull. Horses (rood dnying.S12iXo.200: heavy draft, $150(SV200; saddle horses, $125250; plugs, $40(3) 75. mules Market quiet and values nomi nal. PETROLEUM MARKET. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lots. 16c per gallon. Cleveland, October 12. Petroleum weaker; s. w., 110, 8c. PiTTSBr ro, October 12. Fetrolenin more active; Vnited certificates closed firmer, llOg. COTTON-SEED. Oottos-Seed Meal Prime, old. $18 50; new. S20 per ton per car-load lots. Cotton-Seed Oils Crude, in round lots of 100 to 500 barrels, as to quality, old 26 28c per gallon ; in round lots ot luu to auu barrel, new 30c bid, 35c asked. Summer yellow refined oil, in car-load lots, old 41 (a!4oc: summer yellow rehned oil, new. none in market: summer white, none in market ; winter yellow, car-load Ir ts as to quantity, 52(5 -55c ; winter white, none in market; cooking oil, Job lots, 4oc. NEW YORK DRY ttOODS MARKET, New York, October 12. The market continues quiet, orders for small assort ments to meet current demands and de liveries on previous engagements com prise the movement of stuff. Agents re vised the price of indsor louiards to 8 Jc. Wilmerding, Hoguet & Co. announce, by order, an agents' peremptory sale October 18th of 5000 pieces of 6 E 4 heavy weight woolens, tne entire balance ot tne production of the Versailles, Weat, (Jhelmsford and Munson woelen mills. A CARD. To all who are safierina- from the: errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, ete.. I will send a recipe that will care yon, FREE OF CHARGE. This treat remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the Kkv. Joskps 1. lssijr, btation i., JSew 1 or i -ut. NERVINE. 18 UNFAILIMQ .. AD -ISFALUBIaw WNEVER FAILT in crranto ; Epileptic Pit; Spam, Falling Sickness, Cocrraf'- slons, St. Vitus Dance, All nhnlf. Opium Eating, Seminal WcnlrnnatajlMr potency, Syphilis, Scrofula, and all ' Nervous and Blood Disease. tTo Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary Vtt Merchants. Bankers, Ladies and all wnosa sedentary employment ciuscs Nervous Pros tration, Irregularities of the blood, atomaca. twwAla nr Lhlneva. or who reauire a Ufjssa tonic, appetizer or stlmuleut,Samrtjis aVor- suae is tuvaiuaoie. Thousands proclaim ft the most wonderful Invlgor ant that ever sustain ed a striking system. a SL6U at Drugjfisu. The DR. S. A. RICHMOND (CONQUEROR MEDICAL CO., Sole Pro-1 , arietora. SL Joseph, Mo. For trtrHrnonlil. snrl clrcnlsrs send stamp. (If BARGAINS. Bargains to Travelers TRUNKS, VALISES, ETC., FAR BELOW COST. SAMPLE-ROOM. STS MAIN STREET, 0PP0 site the New Menken Block. Repairing of Trunk, promptly stteerlad to. MEDICINAL. TESTED ma von 5 YEARS ii m In thousands of eiiei. Founded on tciemiflo nedloal prln T rime, ll fim oeen grow wh(! tanamt?rou5 cnnipetltora bava lnYrUbljr FtUlLd. l Ue direct npplicaUon of tills remedy to Hie seat of the disease makes Its specific Inflacnoo felt without delay. The natunU fuuctlonsof ttoo human orff.tul.ni :;rc rr-fored. The snlnuuinir tie menu of life wlilch have been wasted ere KlTen back. The bpoya.it oncitffef the brain and mnscq lar system rcndcrtevJuUeutcbeexful iM amino strength with rtpl-Uiy. NKVOUS I:-:iiil.rrr, orpin!e weakneoe, ftd nnmerons obscuro uiceafca, baffling the skill ot bt-st physicians, result fr youtlirullndlscvoUoa, to free indulgence, sd over brain work. lono tumnorlzo tti.Mc such enemies ttrrfe ta Toor system. Tako a n-mody that hss cured Ibos iands, and docs not Inter. ere with yon tutenUoa to bnslnes or caust ny juln or iicnTeedenoo (Sad tor a Dctrrir(i- fsmphtct clTing Aaataaakas i;iuitritionswhii-Ii will tstnrlqc ths moat pentlwal m that lhy can b rwror.-d lo perfect roanbood, aai fl'trd forth Cutlet of I f-, mm II orrarr 1ftKd. W cntfroetosayone. IUoidr soldONl.Tbytes F HARRIS REBiDY CO. RFC CHDffSTS. 30 S N. tOik. C. 6T. LOUIS, MO Ofts IntVi treatB. tl t?o nwtti SI ttoss nacthi tt A POSITIVE Cure without Medi cine. Patented Oc tober 16. 1476. One box No. 1 will core any cn?e In four days or less. So. wi)1 cure the must objjtinatjj ca$e, tQ matfer of how Ion standing. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bonrles a o naufeou doses of cubebs. ennaiha or oil of nan dal . wood, thnt are certain to prod ace dyspepsia by destroying; the enntinm of the stomach. Price, fl fiU. Sold by all drutrtrists, or mailed on receipt or price, for turmer particulars send tor rircu lar. Postoflice Box l-VU, J. '. ALL4X s 0., 83 John street, New York Knu ror rirru- CURE RUPTURE Rnptnre poaltlvely Carvd by Ir. Pierre's patent MatfneUe Klas-lc Truss. arandestlawDtiooottbe 1Mb Cotort.Ooly Beauino Elertrtc TiHh in the world. and tbe only one Uiat will i.roirlr clir care atJprnia. l7r UJU it tdtc Rad wbat Vt. Jos. rSlrnmn. of N re tBlbkfUkd. oowbed Pbrdoffnomtst. wrltat 4 ub XiHL York, tbe ra- 9. ltU, "Tbe grMt and eompleie, cure robr Uiasdetic Triift. ffected od me six years atO U" parma&pofc, lorwbiob I stiaU ever r anu grawarut. - u i" i simh, m. i. ror iwu-ucaiai AaUKAHU aUiODlIU at Xk. U DO J.t 012 N. Sixth Htreet. bt. Ixraia. M MANHOOD epaadllf reatoreal by tbe nae of T7f ! HywaTtV memt, which fJaetnallv earaa Kei Hal Peajali sr. Loal TlrtUty, rreiaimturo Dveatr. aa4 ail aroaalaa ariaine -from ' erar-wark and unaaaaa SaaaiaUe a4 Tllaill w ma, lal tia, aewieaVbyaa rarrine Wklttler. ITt Rao .. rioofaaaat a CURES ALL RECEST and fhconjo Piwaiei of the Urinary Paesacea without the uee of nauseous druse. $1. tmjrciste. Direction! in all lannairea. Fairmount Chtraicai Co.. Cincinnati. Qhio. U- 8- A- iMrvMBtW Tr Of IU ksv tmttmA t. SaM r laaXlaaat iV 1T fciiaii tVnin laaataaanvaaaaaa. fU Wa-tWll" --- ''I I. 111. MANHOOD RESTORED. A Ttet-ia of riy iataynilMMtk, inuMatnc itnnni tWMlw ity. prDitiri deo4Vjr. mtc-, hwrinic tnd wm voir Mmn rm4f , hm dtacwvrd m, ammpe wi ntm ot te!f ftrc.wbirh h will Mtnd KRF.E to hu WWirrtri AdUrwt. J. U. KttVK.S-CH'h.iUfcirC, Si Tot. SAMUEIi MAY C0STUMER, MAKTFACTtrREK OF RKOALIA, BAN nera. Society tiood. Wiaw. Bearda. Maiika. ete. Ceetuaiee for balla aad private theatrical. Mat. MH KAIX TKCST. rW KtaBCmc tlT n - nLtir to ... RIVER NEWS. aVTKAMERS LEAVIX4I. ' TUIS DAT. White Rirer..Josis Uaebt, Harry, 5 p.m. New Orleans Johs 11owd, Carleton, 10a.m. St. Lonis. CABaiaa, Williams, 12 m. St. Irsnis H. A. TTLit.Masaenfrale. 5 p.m. SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Vieksbnrc Citt or Caiko, Sunday, 10 a.m. New Orleans Wyoming, Sunday, 10 am. Friars Point .Coahoma, Monday, i p.m. Arkansas City Kits Adams, Monday, i p.m. Oseeola..DcAi Adams, Monday, 5 p.m. Hales Point Gatoso, Monday, S p.m. St.Francis Birer.lDA Lie Tuesday, S p.m. Vicksbun. .K. W. Cou. Tuesday, Sp.m. HOVESEWTS AT THE LETEE. Arrival. Fannie Lewis. Vieksbnrc : Coahoma, Friars Point; Ida Lee, t Francis nver; Josie llarrv-. White river: City of Providence, St. Louis. Departure. Fannie Lewis. St Louis; Dean Adams, Osceola; City of Providence, Vicksburg; Coahoma, Friars Point. jsoat in fort. Ida Lee and Josie Harry. Boat Due Down. John Howard and II. A. Tyler. Boat Due Up. Carrier. Mecdatta Teat relay. Fannie Lewis 576 Bks seed. City of Providence K) tons miscel laneous freight. Ida Lee 46 bales cotton, 8 bes seed- cotton, 407 Bks seed and lot sundries. Coahoma 272 bales cotton, 7 bgs seed- cotton, 1550 sks seed, 12 brls oil and 37 pkgs sundries. T : u i. . t TT'l. river) 527 bales cotton, 1280 sks seed, 2 horses and 25 pkgs sundries. rtJTCKE OTEXEXTH, The E. W. Cole is the Tuesday packet for Vicksburg and the bends. Thx Ida Lee, Capt. J. C. Collins, is the Tuesday packet for St. Francis river. The Lee-Line packets Monday are the Coahoma, for Friars Point, and the Dean Adams, lor Usceola. Thb Anchor-Line rackets to-morrow morning are the City ot Cairo, for Vicks burg, and the Wyoming, for New Orleans. Thb Gayoso, Capt. W. P. Hall, is the packet Monday evening for Hales Point and the upper bends. Col. J. D. Fuller is in the otlice. Tiik splendid steamer John Howard, Capt. Jos. Carleton, will pass down this illuming at i v v um. avi itc. vimuo (uivi all way points. The Carrier, Capt. John A. Williams, in the Anchor Line, will pass up to-day at 12 o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. A. J. Mc- Connell is her clerk. The II. A. Tvler, Capt. John E. Maasen gale, in the Anchor Line, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo and t. Louis. Lem Hill is her clerk. The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R. Cheek is the United States mail packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. E. W, Outlaw has charge of her otlice. The Josie Harry. Capt. Milt R. Harry, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all points on VV lute river, going through to Jacksonport, and making connections with packets lor upper w lute and i5iack rivers. P. P. Pease and Hugh Smith are her clerks. ESEBAL NEW. Business fair. Local packetshad fair trips out yester day. Weatheb very warm with fair intlica tions of rain. Tennessee river is falling and Cumber land stationary. Sigxal Service report: River 4 feet inches rise 4 inches yesterday. Repairing the wharf at the foot of Mon roe street is progressing rapidly. Light rises are reported in the upper Missouri, witn l men rise at et. .Louis, The Coahoma had a rousing big trip of cotton and seed in from the lower bends yesterday. The Ohio rose 9 inches at Louisville yesterday, but was falling at other points above and below. Receipts by river yesterday, 721 bales of cotton, 15 bags of seed-cottn and 3313 sacks of cotton-seed. The City of Providence passed down for lcksburg yesterday atternoon, discharg ing a small lot of sundries, and added 35 tons for points below. The new Memphis and Vikcsburg packet L. W. Cole will be due Monday morning, and return luesday evening. bee Uapt. lvd X nomas, her agent. The Fannie Lewis passed up from Vicks burg tor M. Louis early yesterday morn. ing, dischanrlne a lot of cotton-seed and adding a small lot of sundries, leaving for above betore noon. The Josie Harry brought 528 bales of cotton out oi w lute nver, oi wmcn -hm bales were for Memphis. She had also good pile of seed. She arrived yesterday morning and returns this evening. Col. Haddem has put his foot down on locomotive whistling in the corporate lim its. Wonder what he'll do with the steam boats? The nervous element would like him to tackle the Will Kyle and Paris C Brown when they turn loose their screeching apparatus. There is something funny in the doings of the tides at Cairo. Thursday the stage oi tne water was reported 3 teet 0 inches, with a decline oi 4 feet 2 inches. Yester day the report was 8 feet 2 inches, rise feet 8 inches. What to attribute these strange freaks to is impossible to conjec ture, as there have been no great rises re ported recently in the streams above. A coHRKiFOKnKNT writing from New Or leans on the 8th instant says ; "We have not had Cincinnati boat at the wharf here since the 28th day of August. That was the Wyoming. And so far this month not a single Western boat has put in an appearance. I have been on the levee in business for 16 years, and this beats all I ever saw for dull' times and dry weather. Were it not for cotton and rice we would have to tie crape on the door and have a first-class funeral. We have had no rain (or sin weeks, and almost everyone in tne city is guttering lor water. The city is distributing water to the needy through the streets. It is tough on the ciuaona. The recent explosion of boilers of steam vessels will undoubtedly be used as a text by the Surjervisinrr InHrMHTtir nf SlMm easels, and by the Secretary of the Treas ury, to recommend more stringent laws for inspection. Cine of the plans suggested is that the Civil Sen-ice system shall be ex tended to the stearnhoat service, and the most ri porous examinations be required of all who are permitted to enter any of the grades of that service. One radical defect in the existing system is that the supervising inspector-ueneral hag practi cally no control over the subordinate in spectors; that the latter are too often ap pointed ior political reasons. Another trouble with the steambaat service is that the law provides that it shall be conducted in accordant) with regulations prepared annually by the so-called Board of In spectors. Comrress has thus delnrated to the hands of a lew men practically to legis late as to steam, vessels, i lug board is i cumbrous one. Its nteetings are only an nual, and u a uad regulation needs re vision, it cftnncit he changed until the next annual meeting. The safety of the Uvea oi passengers on steam vessels, many con sected with the service in high positions, mink it inadequately protected by law, WEATHEB AXD BITEM. Office SioaaL BrnTMa. V. 8 A- Memphis, Xt.. Uctober 12. 1883. The following observations are taken at the lint moment of time (1 :08 p.m.) at all the laupBi namea : Chanfti. Above low wator. Bias. Fall. ?ef Inch Feet Inch Feet Inch Cairo . Chattanooga Cincinnati M. Davenport . I iiuauau e,. Fort Smith. Uelena.. Keokuk .. LaCroeiw Leavenwo'th L,ittle Koek Louisville.. MeeaiBihlfi Na.hT.il' TAwu'leaa omana Pittabor. 8ureveport. BU Ijouis. St. Paul Vlckjburr... Below hrrh-'water mark. 1877" loeiow ouaea mara. Wheeling, October 12. Noon-. River 4 wm. ' fkni Veavhar clear and 0p5TA-n, October 12-. Noon River 11 feet inches, and fallin. Weather elowdr; thermometer 3 N arnvat of daire ex cept Vocal packeta, PiTTHBUaKl, QoealMr 13. Noon Rivet 1 font ft inokea, ea4 fallinr. Weather clear and waxm, Nirht River 1 foot 10 inches, mad falling. Weather clear aad warm. Evaxstiixk, October 12. Noon River roee 2-10 of aa inch, with 4 feet ea the rauae. S" rr"ra, or departtiree eieept local packeu. w eathev heavy raiaa aad iadicatioaa of more: thermometer 70. St. Louis. October 1? -Vkrht K ivar risen 1 inch, and arm seande feet by the nun. v eathiX eaondy knd eooL tia arrivala. Iaanaj-t. adi Blje. lieneviere, Memphis. iocisvn.L, Uctober 12. Noon River risinr. with feet S incnee in tbe canal. Busi ness fair. Weather eleaut aai alauanli V.... rain laat njrtt, Aeriveel aad departed t ttoldea Rule, Cinalaaatl to New Orleans. The ameers of the tsulden Crown eeme down ea the tioldea 4tul ta briar her from Evaasville. Caibo. October 12. Noon River 8 fwt leches, and falllne. WesOaer cloudy aad eool. Arrived: Henry Xjowry. bt. Louie. 6 a.m.: "ry A. Tyler. 6t. Leuis, a a.m.j Oakland, . ' - ' " mmm. m - aa. ; vsaian ew Orleans. a.m.: Joha Howard, St. Low 0 a.m. Nirkt Rivar 1 feat 1 ia.lu. A 10 11 natng. wsausr iy.ai.aing; AI- rired: Centennial, St. Louis, 4 p.m. Departed: Henry Lowry. cw (Irk-ans. 1 n.m.: lii-nrv A. Tyler. Memphis. 2 p.m.: John Howard. New Orleans, 4 p.m.; Centencial, New Orleans. 5 p.m. ISn Additional Rivrr .Yews oa Fourth W.I OVEMEVr OF OC EAN HTEAMF.RN. Qitkkxstown, October 12. Arrived out: Seythia. New Ohieans. October 12. Arrived: Excelsior, ew ork; Lady Armstrong and Tyne. South Tyne ; Shield and NvmphiM, New port. Cleared: New Orleans, New York: Wotlan, Auiwerp: n anaerer, Heine; Jamaica, Liverpool; Northern, Havre. OLD RELIABLE BOILER YARD. ROBT LEWIS & CO., t : zyr!s iwpeii sheet- IB0X WORKERS. Particular attention iriren to repairing Steam boat Boilen. " . Adam street, mar river, Meanphia RraiDitxci 1 SccoHDSTiftrr. Copper aad Sheetiron Work. Seoood-hand Boilen aiwar on nnnl. STEAMBOATS. Special Notice to Shippers. THE Stra. COAHOM A and PKAN ADAMS will iMwillvelT mmt JAMba Lb.h, Jn (superintendent. SPECIAL, XOTICE. THE St. Franeis RirerTranaporta- -II 11 a, tion Co.'a U.S. Mail .. j UTTC aA i . u. t oiiina. maater, will leave Memphis Every Twrnday and Mamrdity Evenlnn. for all Mllntfl on St. Frannia rivar. antil further notice. Freieht received until S FOR NEW ORLKAN8. far ilrksburr, NasehieB. Xsw Orleama ana all vi y lassdlnaa) Steamer Toh ii llowaml, flrv J. W. Carrol I Ion mulir. apaaaLaafMaL Will leave Elevator Buildinr THIS DAY, Oct. ,ttn, at iu a.m. ror treignt or pasaare apply to C. L. Hall. Pass. Art. AD STOR. tltent. Far Vlekabwra. Mate-ties. w Orleans and all way landlnaa Steamer , WyoniliiR, SSa. Frank Stoin master, wJ?imTSBs, Will leave the Elevator Huildina- SIMIAY. Oct. 14th, at 10 a.m. For freight or paare apply to . itui, ai lo i . i.. iiu.i., v . Art. At SToHM. Acnt. FOR CAIRO AND 8T. IX1UIS. Far If Irk man, 4'alra. Nt. laait and all way laudlaae-titeamer H. A. Tyler, .PJV John Ma&BenfAae muter. SiStf Will lev Elevator Building THIS iAY, Oct. 13th, at S p.m. Yor freight or pawHajre aptily to u. I, hill, raag. Agu Ai'Mi'H m. Age n t. Fr Hickman, 'alr. Nt. Unit and nil Hny landlnicM. C A It It I t K, tgSSf William. ..master. Will leave Elevator Buildins 8ATI HUAV. Oct. 13th, at VI m. For freitrht or pap-ape apply to . Is. II U.i,, fW!'. A gt . Ml M'llHM, ACi'Tlf. FOR VICKSBURG. StaaLonl nntl XewOrlfam Anchor Line t . N. Mull-rOH VlCKSiiUKU. gl n'.1- nw Geo. Viokers... master, 4Snpo?Mn Will leave KlevaUtr Euiltlina ftLl UW . Ut t 14h, at 10 a.m. 'or freight or parage apply to Li. Hall, faa. Agt. Ai MUKM, Supt. Fr Helena, Arkannaa flly. Greenville ana Irkabiirg-Merehanln' and Plant- era Aeeommodallan fack.eirha New Kant and Klegant Steamer K. W. OLE, r'J J. F. Ellison master I M. U. BaMwiu clerk Leave Memolits. commenoine Urt. loth. K K.Ki it. tUAt at 3 p.m. LrsaTes Vicksburg KV KKI r KlllA I at iz in. nope eonnertiotia at wka- buric with packets fur New Orleans and Yaxoo river. bl'tl.'lAL. and f AHTICLLAK attention atd to all way and plantation business, for retffbt, passaae or other information, apply to K. R. THOMAS, M.rllaor, "street FOR HALES POINT. Reajalar Memphla and Halea Paint Heml. "rvaij rarsri-Meamer GAIOSO, W. P. Hall mattter I J. D. Fuller... will leave for HALES Point and all wav EVERY MONDAY AM TUL HNUA Y at 5 p.m. r"r ireipni r imf-yngt nppiy on nonrn. LEK LINE STEAMERS. Far Cllendale, Helena and Frlara Fnlnt. joalioia, r-f-v'i Staeker Lee muter I Plstt RhoiliM i-li.rlr Will leave as above on every MONDAY, WEOX ES- uax ana ikiuai, at a p.m., reaervinr the right to pans all lanitinirs the eaplam may deomunsale, Omce, No. 4 Maliaon street. JAM KS l.KK. Jb . Su.rlntenrlr-rrt. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Memphis and Arkansa4.'lt.r Far k VI tw. Adams U. b. Mail Line For Helena, Friass Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Pine Bluff K. H. The new Pnencer btenmer ot. iv. tDwi maaier s. u , uiuihw Lreaves every jmuum and TliLKSDAY. .t 1 j. ii .Mtiiinn Kits I a O ClOTK p.m reservins tne rirbt to nana all land, ings me oapiain may aoem ansnie. igs tne eai) For information mr1v at No. 4 Mudipnn -treet, FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MILT HARRY ME- Memphis While et Rlack River I.H.Mali Farkal. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Derails Bluff, lies Arc, Augusta, JacKsiniort, Soarcy, Batesville. Powhatan and Pocahontaa Tha n.w and elegant paesenrer steamer Josie llnrry, S. M. R. Harry, master, e9!SskBV Will leave Memphis every Nalarday at 5 o'clock p.m., eonneotinir direct with the new Black Hirer United States Mall Packet MILT HARRY, tor Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with the laily Packets to Butesville and Upper While river. i nrongn Hates to all points, 111 noints. Freight eonsigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphil iorrene. win oe promptly R. THOMAS. No. 9 Mn.fi forwarded. on .tret. Mcmrnis, FOR OSCEOLA. Tri-Weehly V. H. Mall Paekal, For Ran dolph, Fulton, Osceola and Way Landings, Dean Adam, svC J. H. Cooper, master H. T. Tonihuiriiierk Will leave Memphis every Manslay. Wednes day and Friday at 5 p.m., reserving the right to pass all Landings the eaptain may deem unsafe. For information amily on board, or to No. 4 Mttdi son street. JAMV.S l.KK. JR.. Superintendent. FOR WH1TK RIVER. Memphis & White River Pkt Co. U. S. MAIL LINE. STBS. CniCKASAW AD HARD CASH ron t'larendoa, nevalls HlnrT, Itea Are, A a. Kusla, Jaakseaaerl and Mearey. The Nleamer HARD f'AKH , K, r. VSaalal, anaaaer, leaves Mesnjahls Kvery w aaunvasisay as 9 n.sn. fTnE new steamer 4'hlekaaaw. X upon heroompietion,on or about l October lAth, will ukethe place of the HardCaah, and eontinue the remainder of the season. For lurtner lniormation apply lo U. C. LOWE, Agent. Office foot of .left'erun afreet. "T ROYAL MAIL LINE To the XelhorlHiidii. The First-qass flteamihips of this L ne-AM-STERUAM. ROTTEII'MM, SCHIEDAM, ZAAN DAM, LKKrtliAM.W. A. SCHOLTEN, P. t' AL AND, M AAS carrying the United States Mail Lo the Netherlands, leave NEW YORK regularly AMSTERDAM alternately. First Cabin. tTll; Second Cabin, ": Steerage, tJi; from Kotter dora and Amsterdam, IJIi. J1- tcA?'AUX rrl Agent, Tin. 71 South y iHinm street. New V.irk. ELEVATOR (UHPAXT. ME.IfPIUN Grain and Package Elevator Co. WILL HQ A GENERAL RKCElVTNfl, F0R-w,l"u''QA,',,,STO.a,l1l'"","lw- Cargoea ui Bwaiouvau ana oaiwes Ktaued or unloadn dispatch. Freight delivered in oars of all of steamboats and baiwes loaded or unloaded with rail roads entering the eity. Ample storage room for ,"t" Ti, merchandise, machinery, ete. rrelgbt received aad stored in elevator at .wn.r risk nnleas ordered insured. R. XAl.l.iiVVAY, Superlr '- REAL ESTATE Af.EX.Ta. O. B. PARKER, 8. W. PARKER. 0. B. PARKER & SON Rental Agents AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS S83 Main Street. SPECIAL attention given to the rental depart ment. Cloee collections and prompt seltie ments will be our motto. V. A. VHEATLE Y u.s.connissior.ER REAL ESTATE AGENT, 281 Main. Near Madison. CHANCERY SALES. CLrXNCERY SAIa or i REAL ESTATE. N w jfK --ancerr Cosrt of "belby eonnty W. F. Bowman. Sx'tr, etc.. of D. W. Bowman, B deceased, T. Amelia B. '..ray et al. I virtue of as interlocutory decree for sale en -tered in the above cause an the 1Mb day of renewing order of November 10, and again renewed October S, 11.1. I will ell, at public aution, to the hirheet Bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's .tboe. sjourtkoue. of Shelby eounty, Mempaia. Teas., as atnrelay, Mar ansa sr S. ISSA, withta legal sours, tb. following described prop erty, situated is Shelby eounty, Tenn., to wit: Lying on the west side of Main street, in Mem phis, Shelby eounty, Tenn. : Beginning at a point on the west side oi Mais street forty-four 144) feet north of tbe surthwasi corner .f the intersection of Main and Vane, streets: running -thence northwardly with Main street Ifty-Cve (Ml feet; thane, wwstwardly one hundred aad forty 11411) feet! taene. eostbwardly nfty-6re l.'o feet; thenee aawtwardly on. hundred and forty (140) feet to tbe beginning, with tb. righte of tbe alley as declared in report of commissioners in case of Sal lie R. Coffee va. James I). Bums .t al., pend ing in this court. Tsnrrns of Sal-One-balf 0-il eaab; balance oa a credit of sev.a (7) months ; purchaser ta exe cute note with good personal security, and a liea retained on the property to swear sum.. This October 10, 18K3. R. J. BLACK, Clerk nnd By Geo. MalLry, Deputy Clark sad MasWr Eataa A UioU. bolieuora. BOWDBE COTTON FACTORS, BTo. 2SO Frout street S.Kc'h Mempliif, Tenu. Woodruff Lumber Company A.. WOODBCFF, Praaident. ManufUclurera of CYPRESS, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, OAK AND ASH LUMBER. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings SAW AM niXIXG MILIaS. Xorlh Front St., Xoar Gan lVorkM. CH. MYKHS, MmiHitor. t t DAVID PARK HADDEN Madden & AND COMMISSION Xo. 270 Front Street, - CPKCIAI. ATTENTION PAID TO WEIrtlUNtl own Warehonse. All tVtton insured unloaa otharwia. iuatruct.d on Cotton. Quick sales and prompt returns is our A. B. TREADWELL. A. B.TREADlIf ELL & CO Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers. SO. 11 l .MO.V NTKKKT, IMKMIMIIN, TK.,' OFFER FOR SAl.K LOW 5,0"0 Rolls Bsgginr. M.Ollrt Rundles Ties. am Karrels Mess Pork, l.SiHI Packairea Lard. l.issj Boxes Soap, 1,-Jml lUga t'o'ree, ,iaa ntirreis rtugar, .;asi ria.rrels riour, 50 Urls. Cooking Oil. lim.Ukl Cigars, Together with a full line of Case I J Co it. Heedeaware. ete. We offer K. A. Psltrraea a a. n i riraraira loaaeeo, also ! mortis PKlChS. Our faci itics lor naamiag t'ellea solicited, and liberal advances made on same. UOVED! IRVING BLOCK, RELIABLE FARM IMPLEMENTS eafeX. -a -i.) s'v.iai ii ! i -i . r. ANDREW STEWART, New OrleanB. W holesale Grocers, Cotton Factors KO.370 FltOXT MTIIKET, NEMPJII., TK..n AND - ; STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY COTTON FACTORS AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, T. J. GRAHAM, Sewer Pipe, Fire Brick, Tiles, CJdAY, CEMENT, X-IME, 1LASTK, BUILDIXU MATERAIi. VASES AMI IRAIX TILE. 4 and 4 ISoutli Court fritreot. 3f omplilw. Toim. jxo.b. Toor. E. I MrWOWAK. Busby.Toof Vholesale Grocers No. 274 FRONT STREET w. u. PATTMtOW, l alMa Stsle-amaa. wan a'H'anee. .ia,i. W. T. SCELSMiISTOIESCo. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, 2W Froul Ht rHt. m-ii1 Isoor Konlli ef'oiirl. MotinlilM. Tonn. Gin & Machine Company MAXrrAII I RKRa OF MILBURN'S Patent ECUPSE HULLER ROLLER BREAST GINS UBleras4f'esdeum.MeaasEa(laea,..UB rreaaaea, Oll-Miu Haeklserr, ana all Hinds ar lean ansl Bras lsU aw, liens I'rwate. reneea, Kte. KAILIC41, NTHl.nUOlT AXI M I I.I. WOKK. Have an Band eanstanlly a Irse Mnek ar Nkarilna. Pnlleys. Heltlna and .ln. WrlsrbU Material af all Kinds. ATI. AW and ether Knclnes always In Mlaek. WeareTharaochlr Eanlpped tada all Rnslness aertalalaaj ta lis. t ot ! DRY aad MAdllXK Niiop. Oir.Shflby and MrCall Sx..and Xoh.1-.'-7 Kronf.fVir. Aiirfloii.MerriphN JSstes, Doan & Co. Yholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, Ja"o 13 Union Ntreet, Meniphin, Tenn. WcraHn-fflCiiffl mm- Onr X AIU an Maanfaesnred frasn the Flaesl Swedlrali Iran, and In qnallty Style aiasd Fialeh, auv I'aee) Baled la naarkel. ' ar Far HaU ay W. . BRICK e KCXPHU, TCXsr and Ike Trade generally. A. W. KINGSLAND, Secretary, Chickasaw Iron Works MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. JOmr E. HANDLE eft CO PROPRIETOnS. GENERAL rOUXIEItS and MACHINISTS (aeanrers aad Dealers la Knsrlnea frL, Parsn aad Plan (alien Maeklnery RnwelalUaa. We carry the lrerasH ktaek af Baalaea aad Bailers ta be faaad la taa Baatksrsa. ' Car kaeelaU CO. M. T. HASJtAH, Hrr'j and T rests. and Denier. In and Building Material Generally. I MK9IPIIIK. TKXXKSSiKE. JOHN M. FARRINUTOX. Farrington, MERCHANTS," 3f eiuplilM, Tnnosee. AS WKl.t. AS 8 A 1.KS OF COTTON 1IAVK Ol'R Ample facilities for advance motto.1 5. H. TKKAUvVEI.L. TO TIIK TRADE: a.0ll Pounds llncon. M.mw Pounds tlulk fill Itai rel. V innaar. 2..'l Kega Nails, ' llitrrels M.ilaaaes, 111 HiMr.liea.1. Surar. o,lssi Karrels all, All llarruls Rice, I.VM Pa. kairea Tohaerr. rsilCasos Smk'g Tobacrup aiale" Niuoklnir TlHeea. AT FAi'l'uRV are nsnraased. UiusigiiiuenU of Cotum MOVED! 258 SECOND ST. BRINLV 1'NIVKHSM. PLOW with ci m:n. (3 11 ASS & (-KALV ni:ei, FERTILIZERS IHeaes vtanled). It.(3.ClAl(3&Co. U Main SI., tr.Mpniai . ti Msarr, ANDREW IX GWYNNE, Mompliin. T. II & CO.. m:iti. i. hi nbt. & IcGovan & Cotton Factors, MEMPHIS, TENN. Handling of Cotton a Siecialty. Lil ral on I nn.tgn rnenla. HTOK. II. J. M'Mt'.Rl.T. I IIirAUO. ILL. and Ballara, Mew and RaeanwUkand iki. Kaarlaa C'lrealar.-s., X J