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TBGE MEMPHIS DAILY A3?iJELlL---TH;TJIlSI)A.Y, OCTOBER 25, 1883.
RAILWAY RECORD. ARRlVAlANODbPaTUrEOFTr.IN- fhnwpmkr, Ohio nnrt Hsintlt '" Trim more u follows : Nn 2 (express) learos ' 11:4.) p.m.; No. 8 (mail) at 7:t a.ni. ; No. 6 (Cor Intton aerommodation) et 4:40 p.m. ho. 1 (ex press) arrives at 3 a.m.: No. 7 arrives at 1:45 p.m.: No. A, Covington accommodation. etao -m. (rity time). . . Meinplil. nnrl Utile Rock Trains mora as follows: No. 1 leaves daily at 4:40 p.m.! ar riresat 11:25 p.m.; No. 3 leaves at.5a.iu t ar rival at 7 :S a.m.; No. 8 (freiaht) leaves II oil field al (::'" a.m. : arrives at :JU p.m. Lonlavtlle ainfl stiaan villo Trains move u follow! ; Ksst mail arrives daily at 4:4U a.m.: leaves at 11:.V p.m.; mail leaves daily at 8:10 a.m. Itrownsville accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4 :.V p.m. : mail arrive! daily at 4 :2II p.m. Brownsville accommodation arrives dailv, except Sunday, nt 8 a.m. (city time). Mem phi stnd 4 harleaton Trains mora as follows (city time); Thromrh express leaves dully at 11 :'M p.m. Mail and express leaves daily at 7:30 a.m. Somerville accommodation leaves daily except Sunday. at4::)5p.ra. Throuah ex press arrives daily at 1 1 : :t4J a.m. Mail and ex press arrives daily at 9:20 p.m. Foincrville ae eominodatioa arrives daily except Sunday at l:''l.m. MlaoiMHlppI sand Tsnnsswe Trains mow as follows: New Orleans mail leaves daily at 5:40 S.m.; Kardis ai-comiuodution leaves daily except unday, nt 4:lo p. in,; freight leaves daily, ex cept Sunday, at ):4o a.m. New Orleans mail ar rives daily at D;fst a.m.: Sardi accommodation arrives daily, except Sunday, nt H :4'a.m, ; freight arrives daily, except Sunday, at3:10p.m. 'reiaht trains carry nassensers. aaatnaM t lty, Shprinsllelsl nnl VI emtila. Passenirer trains leave .M. and T. deiot at u:.c a.m.: arrives at ft p.m. daily. Through freight leaves Went Memphis at II a.m.: arrives at 2 :Mt p.m. Way freight leaves West Memphis at 4 :;sj a.m.; arrives at H p.m. I' reiaht and ticket office, No. Ill Madison street. PEKstOXAI. AXIS CiEXERAI, The Virkoburtr Ilt-raM, of Monday, con taiiiH tlic following items about that (sec tion of tin1 Louisville, New Orleans ami Texas railway: Conductor.!. M. liellinjier reports that travel lii-twecn Vieksliiirj; and I'ort liilison lias been very li'ht since tlie recent bad weather set in. lie nlso re ports tlint the bunks of the "Hi;; iivide" have stood the recent rains without caving in the least. Work on (ilass bayou trestle was resumed Monday morning. It will probably be weeks before it will be ready for trains to pass over it, as the mills eanuot furnish lumber as fast as it is used. Four mills are now at work cutting timber for this trestle. Mr. J. 15. Neely, who hit a iiiimher of bri!;rt'R on the road, returned from a trip over that road be tween Yicksburi; ami Memphis. Jlisol) ject in making the trip was to hurry up the sub-contractors who are working under him. Little Kock fo.vHc, Tuesday: "The dif ferences between the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern and the Memphis and Little Ilnek railroads on the ono hand, and the combination comssed in part by the Arkansas Valley route, on the other, have all been adjusted, and the freight rates will be restored, the new or der of thiinis KoinK into elfect on the 24th instant. The settlement oHhe differences was brought about ipiietly and quickly, and the conference took place yesterday afternoon in theollice of Col. K. k. Sibley. The participants were fieorco I Has, gen eral trallic manager of the (iould svstem; Henry Wood, general manager of tlie Lit tle Kis-k and Fort Smith railway and Lit tle Hock, Mississippi Kiver ami Texas railway; and K. K. Sibley, general mana ger of "the Memphis and Little Kock rail road. The meeting, according to report, was very harmonious, and it is generally bclievcil that a lasting agreement has been made." Nlrlkrra Indlrlfnl lor InK-rferinu; with iittlroiMlr. St. Lot-is, October l!l. About 40 Fast St. Louis railroad strikers have been in dicted by the St. Clair county grand jury for interfering with railroads and intimi dating new employesduring the late strike. Hnila Affairs! the Northern I'nrllle. New Yohk, October 'J I. Three suits were brought against the Northern Pacific Company to-day by Dunning F.dsall, Hart & Fowler, and by Anderson & 1 lowland. The object of the suits is to prevent the issue of the new second mortgages. The ground taken is that the original act of incorporation prohibits the company from making any mortgage or issuing any con struction bonds without the consent of Congress. Congress gave its consent in 1S70 that the nuny might issue con- . Htriiction bonds ami secure them by mort gage. Fndcr that consent Jay Cooke's mortgage wits made, which was subse ouently foreclosed. The position taken bv professionals is that the function of Congress once exercised wus exhausted and could not be related. An order to tihow cause why a stav should not be granted was issued. Argument will be heard November 1st. The ollicers of the company say the suit was brought by J. J. liraclley, who, they say, is the holder of common stock of no importance, and ask that the company be debarred from the issue of bonds or make mortgages till Congress gives its consent. This consent iron given long ago, and Ilrudlcy has no standing, lie had -OO shares of common Block transferred to him Saturday to bring suit. FINANCE AND TRADE. Bankers report a steady demand for all the money they can spare to customers, a few exceptional cases only being accom modated outside, at ruling rates. Nothing doing in securities. Exchange on yew Orleans and Eastern points in good supply at quoted rates. The cotton market was devoid of inter est yesterday, there being no change in tone or price" The dark, drizzly we.ither had much to do in curtailing the amount of transactions, which fell far below the average of the past fortnight. The market closed quiet, with middling at 10c, and gales of 900 bait,, 850 bales to exporters and 60 bales to spinners. Receipts were 3783 bales, shipments 2189 bales, leaving stock on hand :8,G24 bales. Of the receipts 590 bales w ere by steamer, and 550 bales by wagons, and of the shipments 1981 were by rail. In New York the tone was quiet at the close, with mid dling 1()5:. New York futures closed steady, with October declined 3 joints, and other deliveries 2 to 3 points. New Or leans spots closed steady, with middling quoted at 10 5-lfle. New Orleans futures closed steady, with current deliveries quoted at 10.40 bid, and other months advanced 7 to 9 points. Liverjwsil sjots closed lirm at Ofwfljd, with sales of 15, 000 bales, of which 9700 bales were Amer ican. Liverpool futures closed barely steady, w ith Octolicr 5 (il-04L Stock on hand, October 19th, 500,000 against 555, 000 same day last week. Total receipts at all United States ports yesterday, :U),0S0 bales. The unfavorable weather conditions caused a light show ing of business in gen eral trade, transactions being confined to local trade almost wholly. The market is well stocked with staples, for which a lib eral t'emand nt quotations is reporte Itelow will be found the details of prices ruling yesterday, those of lead ing articles being as follows: Corn 58(.i G0c, comineal, S2 (15; flour, $:! 50f 7 25; chickens, f 1 75(;3 75; eggs, 22c mess pork, SI 2 50; lard, Sic by the tierce; butter, 15tTr;.20c for country and 27(W;35c for creamery. The following were the imports ami exports as taken from the boards of the Merchants' Exchange yes terday : IMPORTS. One hundred and two brls apples, 750 rlls bagging, 29 tcs bacon ami hams, 4 pkgs butter, 375 bn corn, 3 pkgs cheese, 2(H sks coffee, 34 lid cattle, 31 pkgs eggs, 120 brls Hour, 34 hd hogs, 1 horse, 4 cars lumber, 110 brls liquors, 325 brls meal, 100 brls molasses, 4 j0 kgs nails, 30 brls onions. 100 brls potatoes, 101 brls sugar and 413 pkgs tobacco. EXPORTS. rortv-live tins apples, o9 rlls bagging, 10 U's bacon and hams, 4 pkgs butter, L".tS pkgs cheese, 177 sks coffee, 572 brls tlour, 50 bil horses ami mules, 841 lulls iron ties, 100 pkgs lard, 1 car lumber, 4i brls liquors. 40 brls meal, 20 brls molasses, ltiO kgs nails, 120 sks oats, 10 brls onions, 23 brls potatoes, 5 cars bulk pork, 4 brls packed pork, 79 brls sugar and 132 pkgs tobacco, The Chicago market reports, according to the Appeal's special, show that pork closed at $10 45 for cash, $10 45 for No- vemlHT, $10 90 for January; lard, $7 4" for cash, $7 221 for November, and $7 30 for January ; clear rib sides, partly cured w ere $7 for cash, SO 021 for November, anil 5- ou lor January ; corn closed at 4Jc for cash, 40le for Noveittlier, 45;forle- eember, and 48jc for May; wheat closed at 903c for cash, ill 3c for November, 93',c for DecemU'r, and f 1 01 for May oats closed at 27Jc for November and 31 Jc for May. St. IOtiis siiecntls quote, corn closet! nt 44 Jo, 43Jc Kr November ami 411c bid foi year; wheat closed at 99ijc for spot, f 1 0(1 for Novt.-iib i, and 99jc hid for year; oats closed at 27c i -r spots, 2(Ic for vear, and Utile bid for November; pork, $11 10 asked lard, $7 25 bill : clear rib sides, SO 80. ceinber-Januarv, 5 57-64d; March-April, 6d; May-June, 6 6-fi4d. At 5: January-r eoruarv, ft ;9-t4d; l-eo- ruarv-March, 5 ti2-04d ; March-April. 6 1- Old ; April-Mav, ti 3-64L Futures closed barely steady. IIOSTKTTKU'K MTTr'.KS. tn rhrnnic il vnritifi ami lirnT romnlaint. ftn.l in liiHtottr Stomach Hit turn in Itvymid nil ooinpar- iun the ImI rniiH'ily tluit ran m ttikcn. An a inimnit if rituriiitt the t rt n if I ti nmt viinl enure uf pc run im who uro mnkiuir uii'lcr th- ili-liililntinur o (To ft u( :iintitl ilitiurilpri. thin rltnnlurti veir' idn iiivik'or:int i ptinlV"ttHy un(iunld. 1 Kv ii f I trnj.Mf Mini Hp'iIit rf nnr;ill-. THE (WrON MAKKIXS. i tie local market opcnctl ami closet quiet, previous prices ruling on the board Sales, 900 bales, including 200 bales Tues day evening exporters, 850 bales; 50 to spinners. -Yesterilur Tuus'ii ordinary UimmI Oplinary ........ I. nw ,M iiMJinir , Miditlina II I Mid.llillic Miilillius; Jr'air Fair l's 1"', NlMU. COTTON STATEMENT. Mkmpuih Oi-tobr24, tock HopUmber 1, lsitt S.4H1 Itoretveil to-Uay Kai-eivad prvviuusly :i.7i:: la' 1'f in IIU 1.S83. 77,r77 Fhipped tn-day 2,1st) Shipped prnvimisly M 36,hil lluiua consuiuptiuD to date Stock running aceount :iH,ti iinoorU. Thus far this wei-k ir,. V0 1 lius tar lust week ri.'.i Siuce 8uptotuber 1st ti.!,! Memphis and Charleston Railroad...-. 3.H Mississippi and lunncssee Kailroad bnutsville and Nashville A O. S. Kailrond- Memphis and Little Kot-k Kailroad Steamers V axons and ulnar sources ........ Total jrpori. Thus fur this week. 1 lius fur last week..... Since September 1st-, Memphis and Chnrlt'ston Kailroad....- Mississippi and Tennessee Kailrosd . Louisville and Nashville Jr 0. 8. Railroad- rbeaapeako. Ohio and S. V. liailroad tvaiiiers north. . 12 , 39.nr. 1,0 FINANCE. The rates for money continue at 8 per cent, discount. Cleannin Balances v.tnbn 21th.:. .J 1S3.674 " I 4l,VW n bus fur this week ft.J.ati ts iio.sw a auie time last weeli fiTO.'! OS li!,ti51 02 m. wenk lw2 finl.aiB 9S SO.Ol.i 1, iaine week 1W1 640,lu2 DO W.UIW 04 Exchange on New York buying at dis count, selling at par. Eastern cotton bills buying at J per cent, discount, selling at par; and exchange on JNew Orleans dis count buying, and par selling. Dank Stocks bank ot Commerce, 1M bid; First National, 118 bid; German ational, 200 bid; Manhattan, 100 bid; State National, 127 bid ; Union and Plan ters, 145 bid. Insurance &toeks Home, 2bm; UluH City, 98 bid; l'eoj.les, 85(90; Planters, 10 bid; I'hirnix '.xn :i.i; .-Mempius fjny, 105(.110; Vanderbilt, 23eT25. Hailrond JJonds Jlemplns Uity ioui- road lwiids. '.KH- 1004: Chesapeake, Ohio antl Southwestern first mortgage, 95 asked; Mississippi and lennesst.-e, 00; Mem- ..I.:.. 1 ' (i....t....i..n Him UIIU t llill lm iijnb i;.; Hinds, 7s, 110; do. second mortgage bonds, s ( ISfSol. 100; do. consols, 104; Alempnis and Little Kock first mortgage bonds; 8e, '.tf'i.lOO; Mississnipi and lennessee con sols, A J2(K 124; do. B KUIOS. M iscellaneous Taxing-District compro mise bonds, ti4; .Merchants Morage and Compress Company, new issue, 135; Mem phis ias stottk, 82; do. bonds, 100; Memphis Water Company, bonds w ith ac crued interest, par; uo. stock, 1.J0 bid; Memphis Citv bonds, old, 34; compromise bomls, 70; coupons from old bonds, 34; from compromise bonds, 70 ; ledger hal luces, "; judgments on coupons and bomls, 34; paving indebtedness, 34 ; .Shel by counlv (Memphis and Ohio railroad) is. 97fJ00; warrants, 95; Mississippi levee bonds and coupons, District No. 1, 10; do. scrip, 10; Bank of Tennessee notes, new issue, o; Crittenden county (Ark.) warrants, (o; Desha county, 00; Missis sippi county, do. uj leiejcrapn. Nkw York, October 24. Money, 2 per wilt. -Prime mercantile paper, (ajij per cut. Sterling exchange dull bankers' jills, 4,S0ij ; demand, 4Sti;. jSomls ttovernnients strong, luiilways firm. State securities dull. Stocks The market was buoyant and active throughout the day. Opening prices were A to lj per cent, above the closing Tuesday, and closed at about the best prices ot the day. tiUVKKhllKNTn. S. M. 10(. 4s. 121-'i. 4. 1U!;. PaciBe lis of 180b, 129. BONDS. C. P. firsts, 112. "T. P. land granta, 52. r.ne seconds. H4'4. 1. e. Kioti. diy., 7oa. Lehitrhi Wilkes., 1"2. V. 1. firsts, li'-i. Louisiana consols, U. P. land irrantfi, 71'. Missouri lis, t' j. VJ. P. sink, fund, 10ya. . St. Joseph, lisj. trioma lis, :iS. t. P. A S. C. firsts, 2S'4. Va. con., ez-m.,41. Tonn. old, :!7. "Va. consols pfd, 10. lenn. tie, new, JO. STOCKS. Adams Express, 12S. Allcffhcnv Central, 1 Alton ,t Terre 11., 4ii. A. & T. 11. pld, b'J. American Lxnrcss, 89. 11.. 0. It. it N., 7i). Canada Southern. "4. Central Piu-itic. iSV'-H. Cb..Mt-':'Ke & Ohio, 15. C. .V O. Ul pld. 2li. C. A 0. 2.1 pld, 17. Chicaito At Alton. lo2. 0. Jlc A. pfd, HO. V., U. 4 Cu.. St. h. i N.O..S2' C.,St. L. & P., 11. .. St. L. & P. nld. U7, C, San. A C.iS. U. 4 C. Pel. A Hud. ,4',. Del. k La k.,V,!4. Denver i Kioti.. 2'i Erie, 2tt Erie pfd, 7.1. East Tennessee, oVJ. East Tenn. ntd. l;t. Kort Wayne, lm. Mobile Ohio, 11. Morris k Essex, 121. Nash. A Chat., 57V N. J. Central, SivJ-i. N. 4 W. pfd.. 41V Northern Pacific, IW'f. North'n Pac. pfd., (&V Northwestern, Northwestern pfd., 41:V New Vork Central, lS)a. Ohio Central. 3; a. Ohio Je Mississippi, 2S1 j. "Ohio 3c Miss., pfd., !.!. Ontario 4 Western, 21V .Orepon Trans.. 4,i1. Pacific Mail, 37V Panama, Do. P., 1. ic E., 15'i. Pittsburg, :VV Pullman Pal. Car, 2V Reading 52-V liock Island. 121. St. It, & ti. P., 2i. St. I.. A S. K. pfd.. 41V St. L.&S.E. lst)fd.,87. St. Paul. fH'i. St. Paul pfd.. 17'i. Hannibal 4 St. joe, 40. St.' P., M. i'it. St. Paul i Oiui'ina.'Vi'i. St. Paul 4 0. pfd.,V Texas Pacific 227h. Lnton Pacific, it4. 1! S. Express, 58. W. St. L. 4 P..211V W. St. L. 4 P.,StV WellsAFariro's Ex., 112. Western nion, 7S''h. Ilomestake, 1-.1 II. 4 St. .1. old. 8.S, Harlem. l!l. Houston 4 Texas. 4i. Illinois Central. 2Sj. I. 11. 4 W., 22U. Kansas 4 Texas, 2.'tV ,ke Erie 4 W est., li. Lake Shore, .sV Louisv. 4 Nash.. 1,.. N. A. 4 Chi.. .".'.1. Mar. t in. 1st pfd. 10. Iron Mirer, JO0, -Mar. 4 t in. 2-1 put, 3. Ontario, ail. Mom. 4 Charleston. 41. (juickailrer, 5V Michigan Central, Hll'i. Quicksilver pfd., 31! J Minn. 4 St. L., 2lM j. fSouthcrn Pacific, Minn. 4 St. L. pfd. 11. gutro, 17. Mitsouri Pacific. t-V'. 0 Asked, t'o sales. Transactions to-duy aggregated 038,000 snares, us lollows 12.0IS1 Cannda Southern, S.nun Central Pacific Kt.ntsl Lackawanna. IV.ISMl Kansas 4 'fexas, :rj.ii Louis. 4 Nii-h., l-'l.m Missouri Pacific, 5.mi N . ,1. iitr-il. '22,INl Northern Pacific, l i.issi Itendiiu, 5,i) St . P. .V Omaha, 2.'.isl I'ninn Pacific, tiS.otlll Ol-CKoli Trim H.tK) Erie, 24.INSI Lake Shore, 31. mil Mich. Central, '.,nn Northwestern. ls,(i New Vork t'etitral, .! X . Pac. preferred, fo.HOSt. Paul, T.Oisl Texas Pacific, 27,ll Western I'ninn. S.lKs) Ounadian Pacific, 2tW Tiu srr.K svi.rs. () TnistooN Suit. 4 TIU'KSUAY, N(tVKMIti:H 1. 1W, IN front of my oillt-e. -J Mmli.n utret't, Moni- ithin. 1 will Krll lor rush, to (lit htttlu'ft biillr. an muli vhIci) one IihIi' in to rent in follow ni ilwi-iTititMl triict of 1 1. 1 1 1 : lltKitiiitniT nt a nut pi utHrkt'tl J. V...lohn WrtrtlH SK ctirnor; t ho nee wtt chiiino U m tiiko with hti'kory hihI M)HloHk .otntm iunrkl J. W.j thonrn rutt. W chains 2.' Inikii to it w lnttnnk inttrkntl .1. P., with retlouk liter ; thmifr tit fttl ohtiins link to at ko n th t!retk, with blttok mitl nwttiuiii ioinIr; thono n-.rth M oliMin H link to i-ont-mk umrkiM N. tS. ; thenre w"t 4 chain i' link ti u rnlot.k; thonoo noiiih iM rhalnn link to the he- riitninir, all in Shelby roiuitv, Tenn.. aut :ime ttinl conveyt'tl to me by L, L. M Kmick by iliil rBiNtribni in book llrt, iiire 4-"., to which relt-renoe in mal nnler whii h lvud livll. i.iuity of rt iletuutiun waived. Is. H. MiTARLAXD. Trntpe. Trii!Ho Sale. BY Tirttie of the term of a trmt lcel enecntoi. by Amelia V, Avery n. J. W. Avery. Sr teinbur 11, ll.to mc, a trustt-o, which ilecil t reeonloiJ in the lleitiftor' oflice of Shelby eounty, in book l-W, gtf to which rvfervnea ia uiale, 1 will, on Nomlay. Novrmbfr A, 1hs:i, between the hour of 11 ni. ami 1 oVlork p.m. tin th reinie. oiler for nle, nl pit hi if auction, anl ell for !h, to the highest Iiitblor, the fal lowing tleierihcii property, in Alemphi. Shelby county. Tenn-. nmt known n No. IT! Vnnoe treet. neinjr a lot of irrimJ in block 4. South Mouiphtw: Hetrinninc mi the outhide of Vanee treet I'll f,-t trom the et ttule of Hernando trert; runninf thenoe east on Vanu hlrevt 70 feet; thenee gouth piiriillel with Hernando utrcet feet; thvnee 5l pHrnllol with Vance tret70 feet; Ihenee m.rth (arulltd with llermindo street feet to the btttrinninif. together with the im provemenl thereon . Kuuity of redemption waived ami title believed to be irood, 1 well only truntee. W. L. CLAIM, Trustee. 4tl Miiiiin -treet. ToUl 2AW Tho New York Biuit marktt opoihm! tiiotf nominally uni'hnnjftHl ; nt 12:10, uiet; at U:I5, tpiit't, closing quiet, with iiioUttioiM aiivniiceu i-ic. saios, l.ww bales. Contracts. bales. Cloning quo tation: Yettterdnv Tuesdnv Ordinnrv H-'h S 5-b tlood Ordinary Low ddl in r ...'. Hi 3-lrt Middlimr hK 1 1-H Good Middling - ": h 1 VAW MidiHiiicFuir -.1l1 II 7 Hi air ir VA in Tho Now York future market oiHntul 8ten(lv; ut 10;:7, 1anlv stoaov ; at 11 :."!, eusy ; at 12:20, Bteatly; at 1 :-TJ, qui't ami Hteaily; at 2:42, qttut Aiul strat.y, cloning Htvady. Sales, Sti.tKK) bales. Closing quo- ationH: January elrUHry. March ... April , May uue ulv Aniruiit September October November ltacetubur J. O. SCHMIDT, TMIH1KTKK and Healer in (Inns, Klflas, Pi.- a. nniinuiuiniii nun ri'iuiiK iit-i Main Mrerl. Klertrie liell lUnwinc for hoteU t.1..Ti'f Full 1ark of Klrwitrmnl toot s. s. s. BEWARE! Of the eontinaed ue of mercury and poUuh for the treatment of ltlood and Skin li.eaes. They never cure, and nearly alwtiyt injure or totally ruin the ireneral health. A Hl l lkOM X lRI 4;;lST. Mydriiiriitorewathe 1rt to ellSwitl'Sie(ifle It wa then put up in quart bottle which cold IrfV ! eaeh. I Iihvv teen a ureat many cace cured by it ne, and Koine who Had tried all fort of treat uient. In fitrt, 1 have never known it to fail when taken proiMTly. 1 ell a large quantity of it. and for all dieac that are tlcpeudcut un blood puiou or km humor. It cure Pimple nd lllolrhM ttar hkln and make the coutplviinn t it i r and roy. A for blM)d taint, there in no toii-h wont a fail, it cure cae that hiive long wiihntood other ort of treatment, and without nny of thoae rocurrina trouble that generally follow ntercnrinl and other Q it DRV t:tti:r. For Tears I was afflicted with Irv Tttcr of tha most olnitinata type. Was treate.1 by many o,f the bssi nhysicians ; took ijuantilies of mercury Hit ash anii arsenic, which, instead of curina tlta Tetter, critMilvil me up with mineral oison and rheuviatisiii . 1 he iettcr coatinaed to rr ta -vse, and the Itchina almost mnde me erasy. tl Vtndition 1 was induced to take Swill's Ste- rl. u the result was as astonishing as it was icra- fr. la a Tew mouths the leUerwaaen tirely well, the Mercurial Poison all ut of my system, and 1 was a well man and due only to tisrift's Specific. All like suttcrers should take it. JAilts ui ,.l.u, lAtuisrilla, Ky. WHAT A rilVbKlAX KtVM rrtaa Kno. MmninUn,, Aaa.,July . lw. I hav a brivni ntua uauanu,r who will t. two rs old nelt monin. rne naa oeen irntitiled disease. but lalar res.s'ei very atuhbornly all tha diflerent treat menu. I procured oce nottle of Swift's 8eeiflc, .nd aaya tttn her in small dosee three timeaa uav and in abort whilo had the satisfaction to at tliat the was eutirely well. I am so well pleased f, ;'h it enect on her that I shall not only us 11 i. ,iy prsclie. but. l shall administer it 141 B ,,cr children tuid take it myself. W. U. BUOXTK, W.D. trja'i.'f n Blood and Skin Disoaae nailad " L iiili BWIFT BPECIFIC CO. iTawat , Atlauua, 0a. yMiara old neit monin. rne naa ceen ir tiV'v v6r n' ner lrth with a akin d wbi' I tlrst diatraased chicken-pox, ku fouDil it U be some anrt of ectema: at any Yesterday lti.7Hoaltt.7l , ln.!'4' 11.HS..S ll.ls-.sll.19 ll.:noli.:ti U.4IMU.42 ll.Will.M n.tnii'.ii.ia TuosillIT 10.Sli-llll.SJ lll.lklll.tl7 ll.KMtll.ll U.J1'-M1.J ll.Wnll.IH ll.4Jwlt.44 ll.M(.ll..Vi II. 'Uoll.lvt III. ."sV..ilil..'',H ltl.r7iln.Mt lu.t7lil0.iw ..l(,.r.:v.io.fv. ltt..V.'il.,"t! lU.t'KXi. lO.tWt Tho Xi-w O'lfaii spot ninrkot oik-iuhI quiet ; at 1 low KnulfS iirin, hiiih Kruili'S any, closing Mi-iMy, witn qtiutations tin liaiiin(l. Sal8. ?."() lialt'.s. .Stork on liaml, lSo.llOS balud. Closing quotations: qui riot Yesterday Tuesday in' .....1U 7-ltl Ordinary Mood tirilinary I.nw Middling Middhni Uuod Middlina- , Tho NewOrli-ans titure market opened Bteailv; at 11 :0S, ilull ; ut 12:07 stundy; ntl::.0. uteailv; at 2:40, dull but steady, UwitiK steadv. ISnlt-a, 2:i,i(Hl Imlea. We nuote the pnec-liat of the Inst call re ceived, as follows: Yesterday ...1n.4Vi.ltl.4n ln.tnv.titi.iit 10.7 lc.10.7", ....lo.w.slo.ssi ll.ll.vs ll.lt..ill.1 .....tl.2i-'ll.-i) .ai.i'.aii..') ..'.10. bill 10.iValH.27 ln.:il.li..:tl llAlt.V Ml'LLETINS. St., of Marai-t. January rehmary . March April .... ay June- July Allaust Septemlte... Ictotvsr Noremlier iecuiber ., In1, in S-lil 10 7 -lo Tuesday 10. 4S ,.ltl.4! 111. tiloU!. tit 11.7 10. lil.Olalil.isj ll.niwll.tv" 11.17ll.l'. ll.atnlll.tt'J ll.4lKoll.41 ltv.Whid 10.:t4til0.."j tlalveston... . ew Orleans Mobile Savannah. . . Charleston.... W iiintnKlon. J Nortolk.... llalli .nore. New York, lloston Philadelphia J M. Lhiuis Anirusta lay" reeeiptjt, lstvt ... lay' receipU, lvKi ... Day's receipts, l.-wsl.... Firm. Steady. tjuiet. Steady. Uuiet. Quiet. Steady. Steady. (jlliet. Steady. Dull. Steady.. Firm . Priot. Stock S.Ht l.l-stt ti.lc'4 4,:ill 1 5,.i7- lli' Y.W i.vt;. 1.-.T: ll. I H.V1 in 5-W is..:nm lll'k ; ls.im ; 15-iti, ltl't in l-iii1 i.tvn 111 .Vlli 41.S1.S lit', 111', If" 1J.I173 KV, l'.'.S A :iji,iwi -.jio.Vill JJ.'A'l C0SS0I.IDATEI PTATKMKXT. This Waak. Last Last Waak. I le-vr. Receipts b dars KxiHtrta to Wr t ttritatn Kxporta to eontinf nt Slocks at all port.. I l.vi.lis. Ho'.lCsij 4J,7"ci t,:..v4! This Year. 1H2.711 2.4. a Last 1 ear. 1.W.M1 i.5l;t i,Vl SM.147I 6!,i-; Year Before. lteceii.ta sine Sent. 1st -l.ia.7K! 1.II7U.312 l.lli,.ts. toretaneip larwpi. 1st, .,. .i..t.m. St.ck at Ii. S. ports.... 7.4 Joa.tia. bi!. ljicreasatnra,'aits-...l o.t.4.0' .'...M,.. Tho Livarivool spot market at noon was diluted tinii. ISales. l,".0t0 bales, of which ,7tX tvnU8 were Anierieati. Kei-oipts, 450 Ivaliw, of w hich 4M bales were Aiuer ican. At 12:15: Ordinarr, 5 3-lial ; pnod or- dtiiary, Aid ; low nuddliui;, 5 13-lM; up- IntldH, , lj-ltaj: Uiioans, u 1-IIrI. At 1 :3t): Vptanda, txl; Orleans, Old. The I.iverivool future market at noon was iiuoleU steady; OcUihtr, otJ-l-ltl; October-November, 5ti--tv4d; Xoveiiil)er-l)o-N?Bbi'r, lecemlver-JanuaiT, 5 fl!-S4il : Jan uary-February, 5 til -04d ; t ebruary-March, 5 ttl-lHd; March-April, 2-t4a; April Mit, B t-64d: Mav-Juue. ti V-iiM. Atl::W: OctoU-r, d ; Oitober-Novem bor, 6 Rd-tHd. "t At 3: OitoW, & 613td; Ootobor-Xo- vember. otC-Wit; rvoveiuher-lnvenitver, 5 6-tK)4d; lHtetnljer-January, 6 OS-Old January-Febnutry, 6 tW-04d; February Starch. 5 01-li4il. At 3:.!0: October, 5 60-C4d; fvtobor- Novemlver, 5 5'.Mid ; Januarr-Febniary 5 58-Hd ; Kebruary-March, 5 tiO-Ord ; April Mav. 0 4-4d. A't 4 : Octolver, 5 Cl-434d ; Ootobcr-Xoveius ber, 5WHild; AoveuiUcr-lVceiiiber, it- y.taat Wabash preferred Xkw Oki.kaxs, October 24. Skdit ex chan)je on New York, par. Sterling ex ijiaiife-bajikera' bills, 4S0J(o'4Sl. London, October 24. Illinois Central, l:!4 ; I'ennsylvat'.ia Central, tlOJ ; New York Lent nil, 2ll ; Kne, .,0 ; lieadinj;, 2 j. Pa rih, October 24. Kenton. 7Hf. SOc. GENERAL TRADE. B K T. A '' I O N. Coax AVhite, 5Sfi7',(0c; nvixed, KTQ.fiOc from more. ICoinul lots tnixcd,iu bulk o.ic; sacketl ivn. ii ay Uliotce, Irom store, e.vc; prime, 7")c: prairie, 4()c; round lots from levee or depot, S2fit'-:l per ton cheamT. ri.ocK From store extra, $-T 50; dou ble extra, ?4 2"; triple extra, So 25; family, $5 5(1; choice, 5 75; fancy, SO; extra fancy, 25 ; patents, $7fi'.7 25 ; round lota from levee or track ltK't;-l.vc cheaper. CoitNMK.ii. Standard, $2 (5 from store oc cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oats Whilo, 45c from store ; mixed, 38c rejected, 3,"c from store, ltound lots from levee, white, none; mixed, bulk 32c sacked 35c. F.itAN From store, (K)c per cwt; round lots, from levee, Ml per ton, Oatmeal in hall barrels, $."5 504 50 from store, Ck.m kkd Viikat In half barrels, $4 50 (2...V fitim store. Hominv AsnliiiiTts Jirom store, $4. IviiK Louisiana, 6JfeJc; Carolina, 7 Je, 4 11ea Xavv, $3 75; medium. $2 50. Skkds German.' millet, $1 25; second itiality, iKk-tiCl. Cincinnati, Octolxr 24. Flour steadv an I unchanged. Wheat stroncer: $1 011 o l 021 cah,:?l OH'i 01 November. Corn n fair demand, 501c. Oats dull, 2yj30c live quiet, 57 '(' 58i:. Ijvuinvii.i.f, October 24. Flour un banned. Wheat dull; No. 2 red winter. $1 02. Corn in fair demand ; No. 2 white, o.-; No. 2 mixed, o2c. Oats steady; mixed Western, 30lc. 1ktroit, October 24. Wheat quiet; ash, SI I2t ; November, SI 14; Pecember, $1 14i(..H 141; No- 2 red, $1 02$; No. 2 white, 114 o. torn quiet; No. 3 cash ooc. Oats in cood demand ; No. 2 white, 321e bid; No. 2,30 Jc; No. 3, 29 Jc. Nkw Youk, October 24. Flour dull. Wheat cash, 2c, red, l(nlc hiuher; op- ions opened l(o c hiirher, but subse- icntlv ruled easier ami fell back f c, isinii dull; nnirraded red, SKk-foSt 13. ice linn and fairly active. Nkw Orleans, October 24. Flour quiet ami tinchanp'tl. Corn in fair demand; mixed, tie; white, ti4c. Oats dull at 3!c. rnmeal scarce and unn; spot, i-3 i J. llav choitHJ in cooil demand and scarce at S17 50; other grades unsalable. Hice steady, with a (rood demand; louisiuna, ordinary to prime, 4!("5jc. Kansas City, Octolver 24. Wheat re ceipts, 21,000 bu; shipments, 13,000 bn: dull ; No. 2 red fall, S2Jc cash bulk, and bid Novemlvor, fi4Jo bid IVcember Cvrn receilds, 3lkH) bu; shipments, 5000 bu; stroiiirer; 37Jc cash, 34jc bid Novembi, 3.K'mc the vear, .vti.Qt Jojc jMay. Oats lull ; 22je bid cash. Baltimore, October 24. Flour steadv and very quiet ; Howard street and West ern supertine, $3 25(o,3 05 ; extra, $3 75(n) io; lamilv, Sof'Mv. heal western easier and fairly active; No 2 red spot, SI 04J; Octolver, $1 041( 1 04$ ; November, M 0-; I'ecemher, SI 0 idyl 0 J ; January, I 0! (1 00;; K'limarv, l.'feU 1-1. Corn Western dull ; mixed spot, 5"i;i 57c; N'ovemlHT, 551t55ti3c; year, 54J(-f 55c; January, 54 J( 5tc. Oats steady and dull ; Western white, IWf-SMc ; mixed, 5v4 0 :itii-; Fenusylvanta, S5(Vf 3Sc, live steiuly and uuiet, K5c. Hay easy and dull, jirimo to clioiiu renusvlvania and Mary land, $14 IS, St. lxfis, Octolver 24. Flour unchanged. Wheat lower and fairlv active; No. 2 red, SOjcioSl cash, SI 001 bid November.Sl 01 ( 1 01 i IV-cemlver, $1 031fo 1 03J January, SI OSj May; No. 3 rl, 04i(,Sl5Jo. Corn lower and slow ; 41 J(n 45c cash, 44jc Octo lHr. 431c NovemlK-r. 411c the vear, 41c Januarv, 4 JJc Mav. Oats higher and slow; : .-- . 1- 1.. 1 1 x -nioii; cntl, -oc otil H'iooer ajiu -o-vetnlH'r, 27J(271c bid eeemlver. Rve dull, 51 Jc bid. Farley dull, 50n,70c. Flax seed, SI 34. Hay firm ; prairie, $!t10 60. liran ouiet: Wkj at pull, t -ornmeal hnn. $2 SO. - . IliH-etpts 1 lour, titXXi brls; wheat, 4-S,- OiK) bu ; corn, So.tWO bu ; oata, 3;,000 bu ; rve, ltkk.1 bu; lvaricy, bu. Shiti ments Hour, 11,1X10 brls; wheat, 11,1X10 bn; corn 11,000 bu : oats, 2tXXt bu; rye, 23,000 bu ; barley, :W00 bu. Our Aim, (Vtolver 24. Flonr oniot and nnehaniMl. liejrular wheat in fair demand and unsattlel. closed nominally un t'hanseU; SH)Je tsi-tober, 91 Jc November, .C.Jc OeciMiitK-r, IHJo Januarv. 014 May; No. 2 Clucairo spnnst, '.Kile; No, 2 rel w inter, 071(o itSe. Corn in fair de mand, opened strong but closed nominally ttiu'liangeu; il(,4J0 casn and Octolver, 4iJ0 -li-ioNovctniier, 4o5l)ren!iver. 4.ij(rf 45e tlie vear. 4-Me Januarv. 4S4n48se Mav. Oats steady ; 275c cash, 27"je October. 27lc November, iiSif,i"?Slc lecemln'r, 271c the year, 30 Jfci 31 Jc May, 11 vo dull, Sie. Bar- lev quiet, title. Vll. Wheat advanced le for January and Mav. Corn in fair demand ; declined ic October and Januarv. Oata declined 1c CK.:totMr uuti the year, and ic November and IVvemiMT, ; wheat. nata. 132.- 000 bu. Shtttmenta Klnnr. 14 rsl brla- wheat, 05,01k) lui; corn, 102.000 bn; oate, 70,000 bu ; rye, 2500 bn ; Imrley, Oti.OOO btt. IKOVlsiIk!H. Butter Creamery, 2735c; dairy, 20 25c; butterine, 15(..17c; rtvuntrv; 15i'20ii. CiiEBSK l'rime lilts, tXi'Jcj New Vork factory, OtdOc ; full cream, 15(5 -16c ; Young America, 15(16c ; small home cheese, 15-lb av., 9,10c. Mess Fork SI 2 50 per barrel; sti ear- cured hams, packed, lo'Sjldjc; breakfast bacon, 13c ; clear rib "ides, 8c. iit'LE roKK Llear sides. He; clear hd sides,-7 Jc; shoulders, 6c. Lakd Tierce, 8 Jc ; half-barrels, 8jc ;ketr, 8Jc; buckets, 9c; half buckets, 9?c; 20-lb tins, 9c; 10-lb tins, 9jc; 5-lb tins, Sc; 3-lbtins, 9ic New York, October 24. Pork stronger; new mess, 11 dOTvll. Lavrd weak; prime steam, 7.70(S 7.00c. St. Louis, October 24. rork qniet at $11 40. Dry salt meats firm; short rib, 7Jc; short clear, 8y 8 jc. Lard nominally lower, 7 Jc. Butter unchanged. K$rgs steady, 18 j a,i9c. Cincinnati. October 24. Pork steadv. $11 25fell 50. Lard weaker, 7.35c. Bulk meats scarce, o(a 7 lb. shoulders, 0c; clear rib, "Jc ; clear, 8jc. Butter prime cream ery, 28c ; choice dairy, 22c. Louisville, October 24- Provisions dull. New mess pork, $12. Bulk meats shoul ders, 5c; clear rib, 7Jc; clear sides, 7c. Bacon shoulders, 5 Jc ; clear rib,7 Jc ; clear, 8c. Sugar-cured hauts, 151c. Lard choice kettle-rendered, 11c. Baltimore, October 24. Provisions steady, with a fair jobbing trade. Mess pork, $12 75. Bulk meats shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, (i(,7Jc. Baton shoulders, 7c; clear rib sides, 8Jc. Hams, 10(5)17c. Lard refined, 9Jc. Butter firm ; Western packed, 10(S;20c ; creamery, 20 28c. Eggs steady, 23c. New Orleans, October 24. Pork in fair demand and prices higher, $11 02JU 75. Lard steady; tierce, 8c; keg, 8jc. Bulk meats shoulders dull, 5c; long clear and clear sides scarce and higher, 71c. Bacon shoulders dull, 5','c; long clear and clear rib scarce and higher, 7ic. Sugar-cured hams scarce and tirm ; choice canvased, 17c. Chicaoo, October 24. Pork demand active, strong and higher; closed at inside prices ; $10 45ei 10 50 cash and October, $10 4O0MO 45 Novemlver and December, 1U 31K' 10 3d the year, 510 2(;10 Ho Jan uary, $11 05(" 11 074 February. I.ard in fair demand but at lower rates; closed, 7.42J(it,7.45c cash and October, 7fi 7.27-lc Novemlver, 7.20f:-7.22Jo December and the vear, .30('.32Jc Januarv, 7S(,7.40c Jrebraarv. Bulk meats shoulders, 4c; short rib, Ci!c; short clear, 02c. Butter quiet and unchanged. Lall. fork in lair demand : f 10 50 Oc tober, $10 37J Novemlver and December, $10 27J the year, $10 87J(S10 90 January, $11 February. Lard in fair demand; de clined ZiC ST. I.OIIS PRODI CE ASO PROVISION MARKETS. Special to the Appeal. St. Louis, October 24. Another dull day has been experienced on 'Change There was very little disposition mani fested on the part of buyers of grain to do business and values were nominal after the early hours of business had transpired Bids of 1c off for corn on spot were re fined at the opening of business, and 1c advance was realized in a few transactions, but after noon the market slacked off and closed with Jc lost, Yearcontracts showed gains of c up to noon, but afterward buyers w;ere offering yesterday's prices, which were declined. November fell off Jc in last transactions reported. Wheat was weak all day except a little stiffness manifested in March deliveries at noon which did not last long, and the day closed with lasses of J(lc. Oats was the only feature of the market that showed any backbone closing with advances of Jc on spots and Jc on futures. The pro vision market showed no changes except 25c lost on lard. The details are as fol lows : Lorn opened on bids of 45c, rose to 45Jc, and fell to 44Jc, which ruled at the close. Y'ear opened on 41 Jc, rose to 41 jc, and fell to bids of 41 Jc. November opened at 43;c and closed at 431c. Wheat opened at OOjc, rose to SI, and closed at 99ijc. Y'ear opened at $1, and closed on bids of 992c. November opened at $1 00, and closed at $1 00. Oats opened at 2G8c, and rose to 27c at the close. Y'ear opened at 262c, and closed at 26Jc. November opened at 2Cjc, and closed at bids of 2ic. Pork opened and closed at $11 10. Lard closed at $7 25 bid, loss of 25c. Clear rib sides closed firm at $6 80. Hogs w ere excited at $4 00(35 10. OROt'EKICN. buoAR Pure white, 91c; off white. 9c yellow, 8J(3 9c; open kettle, 72(" 8Jc; re- nneu a, wcvjic; granulated, Oje; pow dered. lOtlOic: cut loaf. 101c. Coffee Common, lie; ordinary, lljc; fair, 12c; prime Rio, 12Jc; choice, 14J(3 (733 50; W.Cliquot, $31 50-33 50; claret, $5 759 per box ; Catawba, $6 509. St. Louis, October 24. 'Whisky steadv, $1 14. Louisville, October 24. Whisky un changed. New Orleans, October 24. Whisky unchanged. Chicago. October 24. Whisky steadv and unchanged. Cincinnati. October 24. Whisky active and firm, $1 13. Baltimore. October 24. Whisky steady and quiet, $1 18(W1 18. LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Corn-Fed Cattj.: Choice to extra.none received. Grass Cattle Choice. 4,4lc: eood. 31 (ov4c; fair to medium, 2j(3c; common, siieep and Lambs Choice, per lb. 4c; medium, per lb, 3J32c; common, per head, $1(31 50; choice lambs, per lb, 5c; medium lambs, per head, $2 50(33. Hor.s-Choice (corn-fed), 150 to 200 lbs, 5(35Jc; medium and heavy, 4J( 5c; com mon, 4tf 4JC. Cows and Calves Choice milch rows with young calves, per head, $30(340; medium milch cows with young calves, per head, $20(325; yeiulings, per head, $5(38. St. Louis, October 24. Hogs excited and higher; light, $4 90(35 ; heavy, $4 90 10; rough mixed, $4 60(3 4 75; receipts, 00 head ; shipments. 1100. Cattle auiet and unchanged ; receipts, 15,000. Chicago, October 24. Hogs receipts. 5,000 head ; weakened. 5(10c lower : light. $4 75(35 10; rough packing, $4 20 50 ; heavy packing and shipping, $4 -0(:5 lo. Cattle receipts, 11,000 head; easier except on best; exports, $0 10(3:0 20; good to hoice, $5 50(3.0: common to fair. $4 10 (3:4 15. HORSES AXD MCLES, The mule market is well supplied with all qualities. The horse market is dull. 1 1orse8 Oood dnving, $125( 200 ; heavy draft, $150(3,200; saddle horses, $125250; plucs. $41X3;75. Mules Market quiet and values nomi nal. . RIVER NEWS. STEAMERS LEATIXfi. THIS DAT. Arkansas City Kan Adams, Cheek, S p.m. White River Hud Cash, Ptutal,'12 m. Hales Point Gatosjo, Hall, S p.m. St. Louis H. A. Ttlib, Masaenirale, 5 p.m. FKIDAY AND SATURDAY. Friars Point.- Coahoma, Friday, 5 p.m. Vickaburt .. .Citt Proyidince, Friday, 10a. m Otoeola Diax Adams, Friday, 5 p.m. . St. Louis Amcaxsa Citt, Friday. 10 a.m. Whit River.JosiE Him, Saturday, 5 p.m. MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE. Arrirah. Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati ; Dean Adams, Osceola; Annie P. Silver, New Orleans; Coahoma, Friars Point; Hard Cash, White river. Departara. Paris C. Brown, New Or leans; Coahoma, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Osceola; Annie P. Silver, St Louis. Boat in Port. Hard Cash. Boalt Ihie Down. Oayoso, John A. Scudder and H. A. Tyler. Boalt Due I'p. Kate Adams, Arkansas City and Chas. P. Choatean. Kc.pta Traterdajr. Coahoma 330 bales cotton, 3242 sks seed and 30 pkgs sundries. Paris C. Brown 50 bxs starch, 113 pes pipe, 40 pkgs wheelbarrows and 143 bills chairs. Hard Cash (brought out of White river) 802 bales cotton, 1047 sks seed and 17 pkgs sundries. Dean Adams 154 bales cotton, 18 bgs seed-cotton, 030 sks seed, 34 sks corn, 2 horses and 21 pkgs sundries. Annie P. Silver 5 hhtls sugar, 42 brig molasses, 150 brls sugar, 388 sks coffee, 55 sks salt, 50 brls cement, 220 cases sauce, 205 bxs snuff, 80 cases sardines, 30 pkgs sundries and 800 sks cotton-seed. 10 feet 9 inches, and risin. Weather cloudy and rainy: thermometer 60. Arrived: Blle Mem phis, Vicksbun, S p.m.: City of ProTidem-e, ft. Louis, 6 p.m. Departed: Etheridce, Memphis, I'xvi Additional Rimtr Iftw M Fourth Page. MOTEXE3TT OF tM'EAS STEAMERS. New York, October 24. Arrived: Poly nesia, Hamburc; Wyominn, Liverpool ; St. Ger main, Harre. BOILER MAKERS. OLD RELIABLE BOILER YARD. ROBT TJBWIS fc CO COPPER k SHEET- IR0S WORKERS. Partieular attention riren to repaii tea Steam boat Boilers. IT. S. Adauaes a trees, aisaar river, Memphis Rksidkxcs SiooxoSrantT. Copper and oheetiron Work. Second-hand Boilers alwar on hand. rSTEAMBOATS. Special Notice to Shippers. THE Strs. COAHOMA and DEAN ..IT" S ADAMS will pewiltively mot i.iiaC reeele aa; freisrht after s sVrloek uv.na. JAMES LEE Je Superintendent. SPECIAL, SOTICE... THEsteamer HARD CASH, harioi - ;P a been unavoidably detained, willtaMHssMasai leare THIS DAY . Oct. E)th. at 12 o clock noun for all points on White river thronrh to Jackson port. E. C. PObTAL, Master. HENRY C. LOWE. Arent, PETKOEEt'M MARKET. Coal-OiI Prime white, wholesale lota. 16c per gallon. Cleveland, O., October 24. Petroleum steady; s.w., 110, 8c. Pittsdi'ro, October24. Petroleum dull : United certificates inactive ; closed at 1001 . C'OTTOX-tiEED. Cotton-Seed Meal Prime, new, $20 per ton per car-load lota. CoTTOs-hEED Oils Crude, in round lots of 100 to 500 barrels, as to quality, new 34fn aoc per gallon; in rouna lota oi 100 tooOO barrels. Summer vellow refined oil. in car-load lots, old 4041c ; summer yellow refined oil, new, 42c; summer white, none in market; winter yellow, car-load lrts as to quantity, 50c; winter white, 52c; cook ing oil, job lots, 4oc. SEW YORK DRY tlOODD MARKET. Xew York, October 24. More attention of an irregular character attended with moderate selection, which, with a better order request for miscellaneous selections, gives fair sales. The market, however, lacked energy, and the quiet of the previ ous days was unbroken. More was doing with jobbers in the way of reassortments. The tone of the market was verv steady. riTIRE MOVEMENTS. Tlie Josie Harry is the Saturday packet lor w lute river. The Chas. P. Chonteau, Capt. Wm Thorwegan, is due to-dav from New Or leans. Tub Lee-Line packets to-morrow even ing are the Coahoma, for Friars Point, and the ltean Adams, for Osceola. The H. A. Tvler. Cant. John E. Maasen- gale, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock tor uairo ana frt. lxvuis. um Hill is her clerk. The Anchor-Line packets to-morrow morning are the City of Providence, for lcKsDurg, ana tne Arkansas City, lor M. Louis. The Gayoso. Cant. W. P. Hall, is the packet this evening for Hales Point and all way landings. Col. J. D. Fuller has charge of her office. The Kate Adams, Catvt. Mark R. Cheek. is the United States mail packet this even ing at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all ay landings, t. W. Outlaw presides in her office, assisted by John Campbell antl l;. M yeicoti. The Hard Cash, Capt it. C. Postal. having been unavoidably detained on ac count of the bad weather, will leave to-day at 12 o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Jacksonport and making connections witn packets lor upper V hue and Clack rivers. Charles M. and Jos. Postal are her clerks. SPECIAL. XOT1CE. TUB St. Francis River Transports- sdH S tion Co.'s U,S. Mail it-" -, si r .V T3 IDA LEE. J. C. Collins, master, will leave Memphis Every Tneiuiay aavd Hsttardavy nirni.p iur ail pomva un 1 -I i.u, i, i , until farther notice. Freight received until & FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. UNDERTAKERS. umm Funeral Directors, 3SO MUX STREET, MKMPIIIS. "OURIAL ROBES and Collin Hardware. Orders JJ by Telegraph promptly filled, and Cases ship- ped u.u.l'. H. A. THOMS, : iHfOcipta Vlour, 5S.000 brls; ll.M'HK) bu; corn, 232,000 bu; oat Otto l... ... L, . i y.. ioc;.iancy, ioc: oia government, 2:K3Ic, Moi.ak.mvm Louisiana, cnrnnion to fair, 3tajA35c; prime to choice, 43tffioic ; centri fugals, 3040c; syrup, 38c; sorghum, 3o Canned Gooos, Etc. Prices iver dozen Pineapples, $1 50; peaches, 2-lb, standard. $1 00; secontls. $1 40: tomatoes. 2-lb. stan dard, $1(M 10; 3-lb, $1 :KK140; strawber ries, if i zo(iji 50; raspberries, fl 151 50 DiacKoemes, !rl HK,1 2o; green gages, l ou; pears, t uo; plums, 1 50; green corn, l lOfe l oo ; green peas, !0c(nl 20 cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb. SI 15 : covt oysters, full weight, 2-ib, $ 1 85 : cove ovsters. light weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove ovsters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 20; condensed milk- Crown, $G 2550 50; Eagle, $8 25; Swiss, tt .'Otvtv 00. Candles Full weight, 15c, Soap IffiOic rver nound. Salt Per car-load, $1 35? l 40 per bar rel ; tf I 00 in sacks ; pockets, bleached. 24(SV 7c; coarse, SI 25; car-loads from levee or depot, o(U0c cheaper, Bagoino and Ties Bagging, jute, 10 ii jc; nax, lujtnuuc, according to weigh! lies. Arrow, l 40y4 4,i, Baltimore, October 24. Coffee quiet nio, cargoes, oruinary to lair, 11(i1 Sujrar quiet ; A soft, 8ic. H Orleans, October 24. Coffee dull common to prime, 10JC,133c. Sugar quiet and unsettled ; common to good common, 5(itic; fair to fully fair, titgTJc; prime, 7jc; yellow clarified, 7j(t 7 Jc; white clari fied, HtVSJc Molasses in fair demand and irregular; centrifugal, 2('.iH3c; fair, 42( 43c ; prime to choice, 40(r;52c. New York. Octolver 24.--Coffee snot fair; Itio quiet but steady, 12f.121c; op tions oiHO points lower, closed with the decline partly recovered; No. 7 Kio spot 10(!t50; sales 1250 bags, No. 7 Kio op tions only moderately active; fluctuations were slight, it btiing strictly a brokers' mnrket. There were no advices from Kit de Janeiro, and the fact that the same grades were higher in Havre Was neutral- izeu oy a aocune mere in otlter descrip tions. The Governing Committee of the Coffee Exchange will meet to-morrow af ternoon to take action on the report of the committee on cable messages. The nature of the report was not "divultred. Sugar quiet; refined dull antl easier; white, extra C, "jc; Joff A,'7J(S7jc; con- tectioners' A, 8c; granulated 81c. Mo lasses quiet but steady : New Orleans. 30t, 50c. HOI'HEHOED M'fPI.IEN. Vegetables Onions, Northern.riacked. $2 50 per barrel. Potatoes Northern, $1 75 (5;2 ; new home-crown, packed, $1 OOtwi 75 ; buying, $1 25 loose. Cabbage Chicago, loose, $12( lb per 100 heads. Garlic, 1 per 100. Kraut, SOiJMO for hew. barrels: H 50 for half-barrels. Apples Northern, S3 oOW 350: choice. $4 ; fancy, $4 50 per - barrel. Dried ap- ples, 0(tl i c per pound from store. Dried reaches, 6n,4c from store. Cranberries, 10 per barrel. Pickles, medium, barrel, $7 50; half-barel, $4; pint jars, SI 25 per dozen; quart jars, $1 j5iW2 per dozen. a-ri'its Oranges Louisiana, S7.50 per barrel, $4 per box. Lemons, $55 50 per box ; fancy Messina, SO 50. Bananas, $1 50(? 2 50 per bunch. Cocoanuts, $5(ii6 per 100. 1'eanuta irginia, hand-picked, 121c; Tennessee, !c; roasted, 2 Jc higher; shelled. 12c. Almonds, 19(;f,20c. Texas rve- cans,ll(T-14c; Arkansas,3(j,-4c. ICnglish wal- mrts,14(i10c. It inverts, i:ic. llrazilnutfultX'' luic. Kaisins ixvnuon lavers, jsi; im perial, $4. Brandy cherries, $3 253 50 per dozen. Ci nsR Missouri. SSCf 8 50 rver barrel and $4 50 per half-barrel; Kentucky barrels, $7 60. Vinegar, 121(10c ptvr gallon. Fwh Mackerel, 10-lb kit. No. LSI: No. 2. We: 15-lb. No. 3, 80c: half-bamd. $5(2)0 25. White fish, No. 1, per half-bar rel, i. Poultry Old hens, $3 50(5 3 75 : large voting, $Jt(Si3 25 ; medium young, $2 25(i 2 50; small young, $l(if 2. Turkeys no de mand. lMICKS. SsiW a uu. Kaoa 22c. Pins' Feet In barrels, $S509: half barrels, $4 254 50; kegs, $2 25. PELTRIES. HIDES ASFD LEATHER. IliriKS. Eic. Vo. 1 dry flint hides. 16c: No. 2 dry hides, UU(S;lHo; salt hides, 10 I2Jc; AO. 1 green salt Hides, &(', Je;iSo, 2 green salt hides, o; green hides, 5(ic Beesiwax prime yellow, 2StA30e.; tallow. 7C&7Jc ; ginseng, per pound, $1 50. Deer skins prime. 25t-33c. Lk at it Ea Oak aold, per uonnd. 35r?40c: hemlot'k. iJTlOc ; harness, 35(m40 ; skirt ing, 75(SOc; French calf, $40Cf) per dozen ; domestic call, .10(a45 per dozen. Featiikr lriine, 40c. Wooi, Tub-washed, 25(Arvc per pound; unsncd, ijhs.'jc; Durry, loioc IIOVKE-Bl ILDITiU MATERIAL!. Framivo-I.otbkr Yard prices Rough, a m, inoo Lwl vl-nc.i,! -bi.1 -,.ii, .,; flooring, ;' shingles, VKd4 50; Lithing foplar, 1 io ; cypress, $2 pj 1000 latjia. txtra prices tor estra lenatusi above 20 feet l.i An Cement Lime, 75c in bulk deli vexed; 90o per barrel in store; Louis- vine cement, ft 40 per barrel : Claiece ment, $2 50 ner -i. portinJ . s. piaster of Pans, $2 50. Nail $3 UX3 2S iver ken. - WHISKY. ETC Brandies Cognac, $5(a,,lG; peach, $2 50 fS3 50;$2(3 5a ' - WmsKiiai Redistilled, 90e(S$l 60; traight, $1 504, accordinc to age. Wines Imported port,$l 504; sherry, $1 55t' 4 ; champajme American extrw dry, tSXs-lO: Piper Heidsick, S2t28; Mumma extra dry, $2-30; Pomery Sec, f3l 50 UXIEItTAKi:K, 201 MAIX STREET, MEMPHIS. TV METALLIC CASES. Caskets, Collins, Bnrial bcs. etc.. etc, promptly filled. C.O.U. Orders by Telegraph NEW FIRM. Kreicligaucr & Tomlinson, (Sccckssou to Jun Flahxety), FUNERAL DIRECT0US, N0S. 317 AND 318 SECOND ST., MEMPHIS, A Full Linn of Metallic Cae and a?ket Cloth-Covered Caskets, II u rial Robes, etc.. always on hand. wC.O.D. Orderi by Telegraph will reivo ntir prompt nttpntion. CAUSTIC BALSAM. TO HORSE OWNERS ! 60MBAULFS CAUSTIC BALSAM EHfTHE GREAT FRENCH- VETERINARY REMEDY! Prepared &y J. B. OOMHA rLT, m-Vetrtwrt Bmrgtam uf On froM CotttjKwwt gaud. Hub hrrn In prom fit tint w In the hmt Vet erinary Pranirr of Europe lor Uie Pjst Tweaty X car. A SPEEDY, POSITIVE & SAFE CURE For Cnrb, Splint, Sweeny. Capped Hock, Strain? Trndmiat, X'ouuaer, Wind Ptilf &il 8kiu DiEJuec o Panvtt4Mi, Tlirutvh, all lDflvuinationa, all Throat lif ficiiltieA, all I AUK'nohii from Hpbvin, Kintrbone. and other bony rnmom. Removes all Biincbos or IMoni iahea, an tl uian y other d iseanea aud ailnieuta of H orMsa aud Cattle. Far mpeiior to a bllnterorcantrrixatinu in lteUuieflcdalefiecta, never loavuiifacaror bietuisb. WE GUARANTEE M in 11 prod joe more actual remits tl'aii a whole bottle of any liniment, or spavin cure mixture ever made. tfvrry bottle of CATSTTO BALSAM aold if warranted to arive nntWlRCtion. Ince 1 .SO Pt ixtttle. Hold by dnl(it. or pent by erprea, charra paid, mth, lull direction far it iiife. LAWRENCE, WILLIAMS CO. CLEVELAND. OHIO, thU TnT Prnprislnrt for th V. K fvnti Pnnnd- CHAXCER SALES. CHANCEHY SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 801, ft. Chancery Conrt of Shelby county iite k. cooee ts. jame u. Kumn. DY virtue of an interlocutory deeree for ealeen J3 tered in the a hove canee on the Mth dny of Anril 1874. and renewed October 4. 1K). 1 will parti, ss hviiv put. llt'll . iu iun u i iicdi aiuuoi lu front of the Clerk and Master! office, courthouae oi bheioy county, Jdemphis. lenn., on Matnrdny. lVaTember S. within leral honra. the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn., and in the cityol Merapbts, to-wit: tsoatnnina on the northwest corner of Main and Pontotoc streets ; thenee north with the west line of Main street 35 feet to a stake; thence west 115 feet to a stake on a nrivate alley 10 feet wide: thenoe south 35 feet to lNtntoU-c street; thenee east with Pontotoc street 115 feet to the beffinningv torcther wih all the improvements t hereon. lerms uf SarOne-&nh eash: balance In six twelve and eighteen months; no tea to bear inter est at six per cent, from date, with approved surety; lien retain en, etc. ihis wtnber iu iku. K. J. liLAt K, tJlark and Master. By Geo. Mall cry, leputy Clerk and M after. Humes Ponton. J. A. Taylor, Attorneys. CHANCERY SALE OF ltKAJ, ESTATE No. 4040, ft. Chancery tnurt of ?helby enty w. F. isowman. i-.x tr, etc., or 1. Uowraan deceased, vs. Amelia a- ray et al. T3Y virtue of an interlocutory decree for saleen J J tered in the above cans on thelHthday of May, IKS,, ami renewing: order mi iNov(iiiber Ut, 1KM, and airatn renewed Urtuber &, l w sell, at bublie autiun. to tho hi cheat bidder. front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse of Shelby county, Memuhis, Tenn., on ia.ta.r4ajr, Xveaaler S, withtn lemf bonrs, the following described prop erty, situated in bbeiby connty, Aenn.. to-wit Lymv on the wceteide of Main street, in M.eta tanty. lenn.: iwrinmuK at a a nt Main atroni fijtT. four t4-4 ndrth of the northwest corner of the intersection of Main and Vance streets; runninf thence phis. Shelby connty. Tcnn. : IkrinniuK al a point on the west sida qt Main street forty-four H4) feet northwardly with Main atrawt flftv-ftve l5M ftt thenoe westwardly one hundred and forty U40) feet; thence southwardly fifty-five (n6 feet: thence eastwardly one hundred and forty (140) feet to the bexinninr. with the rurhts of the alley as declared in report of commissioners in emseot can io k. tA)nce va. Barnes v. itumn et ai., pena nt tn this court. i Terms of 8aieOne-half (VI) cash: balance on a credit of seven (7) months; parrbaser to ere ente note with irood personal security, and a Tien reTamea &n jne prtipefiy u securf same, mis UCU)Dr 1U. 9ia. K.J, BLACK, Clerk nna Mattel. By Geo, MaUory. lepty Cloxk and Master. Kites A hllioit. xiliottors. far Ilii karnuan. Calre. sit, Wmlm and all Way LM.nl I hkh, ir srviAw. John Maasenrale - m aster, aie' Will leave the tie valor 15a il din THIS UAl, 4ct. 25th, at 5 p.m. For freight or piisyaire apply to V. Ii. II U T.. Hf9. Agt. At M"K1, AiTPrtT. HOP 6ITTERS, FOR VICKSBURO. HU Kaonia and Kew Orleans Anchor Line SJ.M. Mall fOR VlUKitiCKU. City of Providence, Lenoz master. Will leava Elevator Jiuildinc KKlLlAV, Oct. aRth. at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to C. i.. Hall, fass. Art. At ti"a.i. gup i. For Helena. Arksnsuws City, Greenville and Ylrkabarar McrrlBls mud I ers' AeeomiasMlsUoat PatelAet The New, Fast and Klezant Steamer E. W. COITE, rFZ J. F. Ellison master I M. D. Baldwin clerk Leave Memphis, commencing-Oct. lrtth, EVERY TUESDAY at 5 p.m. Leaves Vicksbnrs; EVERY rRlUAi at la m. Uloe connections at Vicks burgr with packets for New Orleans and Yasoo river, br and rAKi iuu la it attention paid to all way and plantation business, for freight, paasajre or other information, apply to E. R. THOMAS. Madron 'trcct. FOR HALES POINT. Bcfnlar Nemphlsand Hales Paint Semi Weekly Packet Steamer W. P. Hall master U. D. Fuller will leave lor llALba Point and all way Is EVERY M05DAY AND THURSDAY at Yfr freight or passage apply on board. iodines 5 p.m. tlMERAL XEWI. Arkansas river is falling at all points. Red river is rising sharply at Shreve- port. Business fair considering the miserable weather. Cumberland and Tennessee rivers are rising slowly. Signal Service report: Kiver C feet 4 inches rise 3 inches yesterday. George Cunningham is one of tlie assist ants in the oflice of the Coahoma. The Ohio river rose 3 inches at Pitts burg, but was stationary at Cincinnati and Louisville. A dreary season of rain seems to be upon us, cnppnne -steamboat transrtorta- tion no little. Receipts by river yesterday. 057 bales of cotton, IS bags of seed-cotton, and 0619 Backs oi cotton-seed. The Coahoma had a hie trin in from the bends yesterday. She left in the evening witn a mil crew ana good return trip. Capt. Dan Kinney, of Xashville. for merly a Mississippi river pilot and com mander, is in the city, attending the races. The Annie P. Silver, from New Orleans yesterday morning, discharged 2Uo pack- ages, and passed up for St. Louis after noon. It was the Paris C. Brown, and not the Will Kyle, which disturbed our slumbers with her screeching machine Tuesday nignt. Charley Postal, who stopped off the Hard Cash last trip on accoun of illness, was at his post yesterday, having entirely recovered. Bob Jamison has resigned the position of bill clerk on the Kate Adams to take position in the steamboat agency of Capt. Ed R. Thomas. The Paris C. Brown passed down for New Orleans earlv yesterday morning. after discharging 350 packages and adding iuu tons ot sundries. The Hard Cash got in from White river with a handsome load of cotton and other truck yesterday. She will not return until noon to-day, having been delayed in dis charging by bad weather. Capt. Thomas received a teleeram from Capt. Milt Harry announcing that the Josie Uarry passed Devalls Bill if, and would arrive here Friday evening, and re turn to White river Saturday as usual. It is said a number of packet pilots in tend taking charge of raft boats next season. The explanation of this is that, while the well-dressed wheelmen of the packets now receive monthly salaries ranging from $100 to $150, crack raft pilots pocket $15000 per season. Among the Coahoma's passengers yes terday were Messrs. W. J. Price, W. 1). Bovtl", T. A. Buford, J. A. Suddoth, John Clark, jr., and Dr. Kutlin Coleman, of Clarksdale, JUiss. ; .Messrs. Steve Burch and Glover Alcorn and Gov. J. L. Alcorn, of Jonestown, Miss., and J. L. Simiaons, of Friars Point, Miss. Capt. Thus. Ii, Chester, one of the old est captains on the Western rivers, died at his home in MeKeesport, Pa.,Thursday night. Capt. Chester was very well known among river men in Cincinnati and in the lower nver ports, lie had been on the river since he was 11 years of age, and was S years ol age. He died oi pneumonia. The Yazoo Vatlcu Flaq, published at Greenwood, Miss., is giving Capt. l'arisot fits about a recent increase in rates up Yazoo river, discriminating against New Orleans in favor of St. Louis. It ain't our fight, but we are always ready tQ take a hand in opposition to the eouce svstem. The Flag says: "The citizens of Yazoo City have already hold a meeting and de nounced this increase of rates as onerous and unjust, and have petitioned the Pool l.ine to put a line of boats in this river. This would be a propitious moment for tins action ny xotiin, leamers io. I lie people in this section are indignant. They are ripe for revolt. In fact they are get ting a little tired of Parisot's persi9tent bossism." FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MILT HARRY I.IXE IN raiphhi White BlHck Kivvr V. M. Mali Packet. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, leralls Blaff, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksonnort,Searcy, Batesville, Powhatan and Pocahontas The new and elegant passenger steamer Josie Harry, M R Harry, master. Will leave Meninhis every Ht nrxlwv at b o'clock p.m., connecting direct with the new Black River United States Mail Packet MILT HAKRY for Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with the Daily Packets to Batesville and Upper White river. Through Rates to all points. Freight consigned tn Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. E. R. THOMAS, No. 9 Madison street. Memphis. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Pkt Co. V. S. MAIL mLWSE. STRS. CHICKASAWiliD HARD CASH FOR Clare n (low, Dosalia Hlntr. Tm Arc, Aat. fruata, JackMssssport and Mearcjr. The Ktssmrr HARD CASH, F.. C. Postal, suasiter, leaiea neinpuia every wedueadajr at S p.m. THE new steamer Clilrksmaw, m ,fpr fc upon her completion, on or about feJ5Tl October 15th. will take the Dlace of the Hard Cash. and continue the remainder of the season, for further information apply to H. C. LOWE. Agent. Office foot of Jefferson street." LEE LINE STEAMERS. Xallemal Board of Steaiu Savfsratlon. New York, October 24. The annual meeting of the National Board of bteam Navigation began with E. W. Gould, of St. Louis, in the chair. The object of the meeting is to have Congress revise the present steamboat laws, the first points looked to being the limiting of liabilities ef steamboat owners, and to have the re quired tet of kerosene oil reduced to 120. Opoaaaut Fork Levee. Batox Rorc.E, La., October 22. Gov. McF.nerv received the following teleeram to-day regarding the Opossum Fork Le vee: Littl Roc, Ark, October 21, 13. To Got. 8- IX McEnery, Baton Rouge, La.: We have opened bids and have an open Did at u cents a yard, and per acre for clearing. We are of opinion that $0,000 will come near completing the whole levee. Are you willing to change Ixmisiana payments to twenty-nve six tieths instead of one-third, as you have named in ine contract I Answer to-dav. J0USB. ADAMS. I ail vise yon to pay as requested. " "it. b. RiauRbsox. Gov- McEnery, in answer to the above, stated that lie would change contract requested. WEATHER AXD BITERS. Owe Signal Strvic,'TJ. S. A. MiarHn, Tkxx., October ?4. 1 The following olwervatioiw are" taken at the same ntaraeut of time (1:08 p.m.) at all th stations named : i For (iiendale, Helena and Friar Point. Coahoma, tjzj Stacker Lee- master I Piatt Rhodes clerk Will leave as above on every MUX DA Y.WEDN ES VAX and K1LAI, at a p.m., reserving tne rtgbt to pass all landings the captain may deemunsate, Office, No. 4 Madison street. .JAMES LKK. JR.. ynperlntcntlent. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. srnahls ana Arkansas Cttv Packet Cav Adams U. b. Mail Lane ror Helena, rriars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Pine KlnfT R. R. The new Passenger Stenmer KAT Al AM.EssEfc M. R. Cbek muter E.W. Ontlnw cler v uiwiti v j th r ti on i V liCkf es every uv.lilai nu invivouAit at t o'clock p.m., reervinp tb right to pui all Uod in) tne captain may uem na.aia. FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-Weehly V. S. Hall Packet For Ran doipn, ulton, usceoia ana n ay iianaings. Dean Adams, J. H. Cooper, master H. D. Tomliucnn, clerl Will leare Memuhis ererr Monday. Wfdum 4ay and VrMmy at 5 p.m.. rescrrinx the right to assail ijanding-s tne captain may aeem anaie. or information apply on board, or to Jo. 4 Madi- ELETAT0R COMPAKf. BfMPlIIS Grain and Tackage Elevator Co. WM DO A GENERAL RECEIVTNO, FOR V wardiko AMD bTUBAO BcsiNKBa. Cargoes of steamboats and barges loaded or unloaded with dispatch. Freight delivered in cars of all rail roads entering the citv. Amnle storaaa room for bulk or sack grain, merchandise, machinery. etc. Freight received and stored in elevator at owner's risk unless ordered insured. If and If. If yon are sofferinff from poor health, r anfai'hint oe a bed of sickness, ake cheer. If yon are simply ailing, or if yon feel weak and dispirited, without clearly know in jr why. Hop Bitters will ' nrely care yon." 'Jf yon arn a Minister and hare or er taxed oureelf with yonr pastoral duties; or ailother, orn out with care and work ; or a Man of Bust ness or Laborer weakened by the strain of yunr very-day duties: or a Man of Letters toil in c Ter yonr midnirfat work. Hop Bitters will sure j strengthen yon." " If yon are sufferin from orer-eatini-or drinkinc nny ndiseretion or dissipation, or are yonns; and stow in k too fast, as is often the ease,' a Or if yon are in the workshop, on the farm, at the desk, anywhere, and feel that yonr system needs cleansing, ton in c or sti mala tine without intoxicating; if " you are old, blood thin and impure, pulse feeble, nerves unsteady, faculties wan ins;, 11 op Bitters is what yon need to tire yon new life health and rirr.' If you are costive or dyspeptic, or sufler nT from nny other of the numerous dis aca f the stomach and bowels, it is our own fault if you remain ill. It you are wasting away with any form Kidney disease, stop tempting death moment, and turn for a cure to Hop n If yon are sick with that terrible sickness Nervous ness, you will find a "Bnltn in Gilead" in Hop Bitters. f you are a frequenter, or a resident of miasmatic district barricade your sys tem against the scourge of all countries malaria, epidemic, bilious aod intermit tent fevers by nse of Hop Bitters. If yon haveroufrh, pimply, or sallow skin, bad breath, Hop Bitten will (rive yon fair skin, rit h blood, the sweetest breath, aud health. V-HO will bepaid for a cate they will not cure or help. That poor, bedridden, invalid wife, sister, mother or dauahter. can be made the met u re o! health by a few botUea of H Bittern eoetina but n inn. 1 EAST rOWHERS. v INFALLIBLE Yeast Povdei THIS ORIQINAX,! m x s PERFECTLY PURE, and Is the Strongest, GlicaDest, and Most Healthful Bread Prep araticat catte. Wr T- ' STOCKHOLDF.KS MKETIXJ. Annual Meeting of Stockholders IN THE Memphis & Charleston R.R. Co THR Aneual Meetincof the Stockholders in th, Meuvr-his and Charlesten Kailroad Comitany for the election of Directors and the transaction of other appropriate business, will be held at II .!! AI.A on Tnewlay, Mavftinber 0, 1883. Transfer books will remain closed from Septan bar lath to November 2tlth. both inclusive. The atrents at the several stations will furnish stockholders with free tit-kets to and from th. meeting. H. C. WH.T'IV. Secret.trr WALVANIC SHIELIsS. ARE YOU NERVOUS AND LACK VITAL ENERGY? HownrdOAlranteRbleld anaourotner IMoctro liHi' . vuntc stnd AlnVf.otic AppUw 1 mdom nod Gnnnenta art a i urrarfurMrToaalbil. Mr. Psrmlnls. KbfHmtUim Ktil-pT,KxtaiutlQ, Loa Of Vita! Enemy, Orrn-wrK- od Brnln. W.k Kid- xiay. and Hlotttsach c-aiuplninta. sad arsidapt tMi to Kith ee Sex. Tbew acpliancas araiuf Tory latsMt iav proved, -nd a fromtwlUavod sUl tbr, aa they DOttiT'y aWKkss- rate eoatlnuovs urrDn wtlbout fusid. caaains bo lioa oftb kktsr lean b worn aS l worx aa wvll aa :f rntl-flnlv iaI. al l to wear. l'owr renroliilsMl to met the differ nt stees oj "'."WTS Wbera VifirlraoJMa- ii. iff. incite. uisoN, ivitii; J. T. LaPRADE k CO. WHOLESALE S ABB3LERY I Nos. 301 and 303 Jin in Street, leinpli Is, TYiiii R.L COCHRAN k CO. B " Hi ant. O HAW AXI PLAXISM-MII.e,, JtATT-YARn. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,r,10LDING,LUr,lBER Lath iil Shingles Flooriug, (Vilinar autl Cottar Posts. F1PHI3 GIT1 FIRE l.M- GENERAL INSURANCE CO. IMlKN A UEXERAI. FIRE AXH MAK1XK BIMXK.Sisl. A QUARTER OF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL-PAID CAPITAL. DIRKITORS. W. N. WILKKRS0N, JOS. W. CALHWKU,, II. FVRSTESHKIM. NAPOI.K0X HILL, WM. I. tOLE. JAMES REILLY. JtlllN I,0AU K. E. M. APPEBSON, Pifs't. A. VAll'ARO, Viro-PrU HEXRY J. I.YXX, 'sliler. OFF1CK ID MAIUSOX NTKEIX MKMPlllK. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR CirfTIVINO OUM. it rKari'MtM the breath, aidh diukmtiom axd ixeakn thetkii h, IT HAS NO EQUAL. Th TriMle ftapplM by Lesullna; Wkolssmle nrnavlNtM, Urmevrm aal nrriloner f Mesuphln. J. CO. A. BAILEY & FjLUMBERS. Will b located al Inrlr Xrw Nl.r. 336 Second St., Cor. Union, After Oct. 16th. Where we will keei ier" m promptly on hand a I a rare ami eoraulata ahiek of PlnnibfM'. Urr mmi a.nns ai Malrls.l, 4 hntllerM. 4.) I o beet, ele.. and will Thankful for th liberal atronaire in the past. our new quarters. we hoi for a rtintinuanre of same ia II. II. HOWELL. J. II. ( 0 K1C, H. B. HOWELL & CO. COTTON FACTORS, yp. 2Q8 Trout wtreet, feniplilx, HOVEDl TeiuiexKoe. MOVED ! r; " v,' , insr an aim: atoa .nroua, Aluscular. ao4 ttneruti Centara, .edilr rfStortan tern bj ncm or lodiauctlo... tbsjr thoa la a aataral w.r osjrcoma the snakaM. without druaaloc th. stom ach Tb.r will core .v.rj rmm, short oritrnrtural kr ssiaariuioa. sod sr. prsparwi to famish the mort .mphAtie and abMilut. proof to anPDort our elmT 3 1 a N. Cth 8t., 8. Louie. Mo. TtHk larltsJ I ROYAL MAIL LINE To the Netherlands. The First-Class Steamshins of this T.; M. BTERDAM, ROTTERDAM, SCHIEDAM. ZAAN DA.M, LEERDAM.W. A. PC HOLT EN, !?. CAL AND, MAAS carrying the United States Mail to the Netherlands, leave NEW YORK rernlarly every WEDNESDAY, for ROTTERDAM ani AMSTERDAM alternately. First Cabin. 70; Second Cabin, t0: Steerays, iuG; from Rotter do m and Amsteriain. aJtL MisuA, uenerai Agent, Ifo. II S..nth William street. New York. Notice toShippers. MiRSIBHIPrt A!D TRKKKS8K RaII.HOAD, Mkm PHta. Tkwk.. Otuhfr .S. 1KK.1 I snrThls Company has opened a City Frelarht wK-r, soraisvn wa aa. s SHSMitsMsn alrel. where contracts will be made and ailla lMltnsr issued for Cnltnn to New Orlssas sad nil ferlsrn nortsl. via The 44ra Km ibr. Sjlnlf l.lnr. at the lowest current rates. l iiraaarh Hllla by vewiel srnatranlwe tn lasnre Al. Mr. A. J. KN AFP l in charge of Ihe ofiea M. BI Kklv. Itro'l Nu LOTTERY. LITTLE HAVANA COMPANY, OR SUPPLEMENT TO ItOYAL IIATAXA LOTTERY. ClllNH 1111. New Bcberae, 42,000 Tickets. 1SS8 Irlaea- CAPITAL PiuZE, $17,000. Wholesx, S3 Halve-, SI. Takes Place Friday, October 26, 18S3. LIST OR PR.T7.RSi A v-apitat ma... 1 Capital Prise I tap anital Prise.... 5 Orand Prises af 1II0 each 10 Grand Prises of a) each. ... ..... 1(0 Orand Prises of 25 each...... 11112 Grand Prises of 1U each . iM Grand Prises of 6 each .. , APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 93 Prises of 5 each approzimat to the tli.OOO Prise 99 Prises of $10 each approximate to th. tiauO Prise...... 417,000 . 3,500 - 1,000 - 2.(iS 2,000 . 2,V0 - 11,038 . 2.100 M0JRQ AN J. KELLY t Ut of Kelly A MoCadden. 1,476 9W lAi.SXR Prises parable in full, without deduction, on tha arrival of the official lists from Havana, Cuba. For tickets, circulars or further information ad dress CHASE A CO., General Agents. New Haven. Conn., or No. w West Cnqrt St., .Memrhis. Tonn. 183K Prises (TJ. 8. Currency).... JOHN ROPER, Lata of Jas. Roper A Bro mi & mm Wholesale GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXD COMMISSION MEKCIIAXTS, Jio. 303 Main Street (Gayoso Block)...... .Memphis, Tennessee. A. E. NIEMEYER. M. D. PATTERSON A. D. LANGSTAFF, IiANGSTAFF & COMPANY, 302 MATX STREET, MEMPHIS, Opposite PEABODY HOTEL, r HARJDWARE JOBBERS, SS BAKBED FENOE WIRE, Ollvrr'a 'Till4 Hall's HaifV CIDER MILLS. "PRICES REDUCED. 1 1 HcDMIR 6 CO. Cairo..., L QattHOOOM Cinoinna-tr.. DaraniKkrt Dubaque I Kort 8m ith J Helena w Keokuk. 1a& (fMti4w Leavcnwn'th Littl Rock J LrOHIVlMe. Nuhville I fNewO'leans; Omaha ...J P.UsbarMJ core re port tSt. Loui8 St. Paul Viofcubury.... Abora low water. Feet Inch Chan tea. Rise. fa.. Feel Uofi Feet Inch TY PE POCNDRY, let Timrn Mtrwt, Oi-MtsasMai, OMf ALLISON A 3 fITH. Tb. type en whtok this paper n pxlatsn In I Its, aJhOT. sAatndry. Kp. AsrsAi, Art School. PROF. W. C. BAKDERS proposes epeninc is Art School, for trachinc Oil Paiutin a all its branr hes. ill Memphis, early in October. Ad dress for tha present, cam of Weatheriorsl W, Zi3 Main suwst. 'Below hiih-water mark, 1ST. tBelow bench saark(1 WRTiaLrsjo, October 24. Xoon River 2 feat U inches, and fajiiac Weather cloudy and cold, CixcrsnATi, October 24. Noon River ( feet, and rising-. Weather elondy and eool ; ther mometer 53'. lie arrivals or departures. PrmBtma, October 24, Xoon Kvei 21 Inehes, and stationary, tyeather elondy and warm. Night Hirui; inches, aod ruinc. neath ar elutdy mod foot, EvAxsvnx, October 24. Xoon Riv fallinr.with 3feet t inches an toe caara. Weather eleady, with sisrns of rain i thasasosaeser 5a", arriraAS or dr,stftHres .aecpt locsU saveketa, Lotrifmtx. October 24. Noon Riw-1 fall in a, with i feet 1 inehes la the etna. Bust neu dull. Weather eloady and eold. K ar rivals r departures. Tliere is 4 feet large frosa her. to Kvanertia and 4 feet inches la tSncJist ssu. Co, w . w. Hit. ta sjait. stek. Cairo, October 21. Soon Kirer feet 10 inches, and risinc. Weather elondy and eool. Arrived: Cons Millar, Memphis. 7 p.m.i Henry X. Trier, tt. Louis. 10 t.sa.; St.. Geneviev. Memphia, a.m. Isenarted i Cons Miliar. Cincin nati, 1 B.sa.; lieary A. lyler, Memphis, 1 a.m. : &. UenevMva, tot. Lottis, a u.ai. iiiat kiver WHOIJESAIsE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 230 Front street, : Sleniphls, TennesNee. LIIER AakTAWCiai KADI OX COXftieXHEXTa. J. f, JAMES. Cottoa SalMiaaau W. V. JAMES. Grfrj Hemn BEOWIE ! IS FLUM1SER. IRVfflG BLOCK, 258 SECOND ST. W. A. Gage -& Co. COTTON FACTORS, No. 300 Front Street, : : Memphis, Tcnn. J. H. SK sirtHJ". ARTHUR W. ROUIMNOM. M. MrC. KOHI.jMn. J. H. SCRUGGS & CO. PRODUCE COMMISSION MEUCIIAISTS, Grain, Hay, Ko Floor, Meal, Bran, Potatoes, Hides, Tallow, Beeswax, Wool, Feathers, Peanuts. Poultry, (same, Kii, butter. Cheese, Ureen and Dried Frails, .to.. 232 l'BOT STREET Rarsataoia Brnnks, Neely A Co., ..MEMPHIS, TEXXESNEi; W. F. Taylor t Co, RELIABLE FARM IMPLEMENTS 'afcai im-Tiinsai ' TassnsasansjL. BRINLY VNIVEKMiL PLOW WITH CUTTER. GRASS & (JUA1.V FRTZI.ZZRS' (Hears Wnntssl). R.U.CItAIG&Co. 3I Mala KU M Bat lH IN... ..TKN SfENMKR Estes, Doan & Co. Ybolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, Xo. 13 Union street. Iflenipli.M, Tenn. DAVID PARK HADDEY JOHN M. FARIUXGTON. W. B. GsUbreskait. 4. M. Fowlkcn. WB.Galbreath&Co. COTTON FACTORS, U IJnion S tjeet, Mem,Tbig, Tenn. ft. ftnjis-, fnssa. cinrfc. H. S. Clnrk. Wliolesale Grocers. Cotton factors And Coranission Eercfuuits, 232 czi 234 Frc-t SL, C:Lb, Tc3. K. L. K. KACTIT derot.s his whol. rlsse te the W.l--tf and Sal. ef all Cottoa Utrastad to am . tsuet r, arasnaa. te n aahiactea street.; laddea Goltttoiio. fi Harrington, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 270 Front Street, - Mempliln, TeiineNNee. QPBCIAL ATTESTIOa PAID TO WKIOIlTNQ AS WELL AS BALES O" COTTOS. IIAVR OI'R own WarahocM.. All Cottoa insured unlaaa ot h.r.iM inatru.hMl on Cotton, niek sal, and oronpt returna ia onr notto.' Asu4o faiuiu. r.,r advam-ea J. C. KELT. Brooks .ft H. BKOOKaV , Weelv wnoisZaSAix M. M. XKEI.T. k Co. GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXD COXXISSIOX MEIICIIAJXTS, Mo. S07 Front street, i t t IffempliU. Tenn. GMctasau : Iron Uorlxs zzrxpxxxa, TCNUirsiL JOnii E. RAX DIE Aft CO PROPRIETOHS. GEZJEHAIi FOUNDECJ and HACHINiaTf 1 aw Ml ftownnn hand AroKi. Sneanml. raurm natal PlnntnSAnn Mnehtnory posjlnlU . Wo su-ry tnrsrss.c an Bntloan an n Hand ta tsao nnninnoasl. sjw-rssnn r r-nr-J c-trrlnr.-ni