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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-ffBIDAY KOYEMBEB Q, 1883.
RAILWAY RECORD. ARRIVAL.ANC Dfci-sUViE OF TRAINS -fcpMke. Ohio oathwelra Tri m.v. M wilor, . No 2 (express) Iuth a t Jl : p.m. ; Jv. 8 ,,()) t 7: .m. ; No. 6 (Uov Utton '?ma.'iiltiun , t.Wj,,m, No. 1 (ea tress) errtv , i . m.. No. f Tiv at 1:45 V.m. : ,r'u Coving-ton accommodation. 8:50 - ''ity time). . eniiliia and l.lile Rork Trains mora follows: No. 1 leaves daily at:40p.ia.t ar rives at 11 :2i p.m.; No. 3 leaves at5a.ni i ar rives at 7-,i3 a.m.; No. (freight) leave! Uupa field at n:.' a.m. : arrive at :31 p.m. tHkmlavill ol Xb villeXraini move as follows; Fast mail arrives daily at 4:40 a.m.) leaves at ll::fi p.m.; mail leave! daily at 8:10 a.m. ilrownsvill accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday. at4:.3 p.m.; mail arrives daily at 4: A) p.m. lirownsville accommodation arrives daily. eao.pt Sunday, nt H:?A a.m. (city time). MVmpiiln auil ( hariPMtnn Trains move j follows (city time) : TUronuh express leaves d",,lVt 1 "m pra- Mai1 ui lress laves daily at 7 :10 a.m. r-omerville acrommudation leaves daily, exee.t hunday, n t 4 :.W p.in. Through ex press arrives daily at 11:) a.m. Mail and ex press arrives daily at f.-ji) p-ln- gomerville ac eommodatiun arrives daily, except Sunday, at If : a.m. l U.iaalpnl nrifl Trssnwf-Trains move as follows: New Orleans mail leaves daily at 4:40 p.m. ; bardis accommodation leaves daily, except Cundny, at 4 :l" p.m. ; freight loaves daily, ex cept Sunday, at n:46 a.m. New Orleans mail ar rives daily at !;.")0 a.m.: Sardis accommodation arrives dtlly, except .Sunday, at 8 a.m.s freiaht arrives daily, except Sunday, at 3: 10 p.m. Freight trains carry pasKenircrs. a4.wnaaa 4 ll. . Njiriaia-fleld snd Metnpfcla. Passenger trains leave M - and T. depot at a:.) a.m.; arrive nt 5 p.m. daily. Through freight leaves Went Memphis at II a.m.: arrives at2:40 p.m. Way freisut leave West Memphis at 4 ;30 a.m.; arrive at H p.m. Freight and ticket office, no. 31 Madison street. perkoxal astd ueseral. There is now a sap of only 5 miles in the Georgia l'uritic U'tween Atlanta and ISirminnliaiii. Tins will be filled before the 17th of November, when it is expected that the first train will run between the two cities. It is said that the Houston fthd Texas Central railroad is having first-class coaches mado for the accommodation of colored people. Such cars -will be in every respect as Ritotl as the mr provided for the Cauca sian. They will he labeled "Colored Peo ple's Car," and all whites will be excluded, frou, ttjeiu. Yardmen B eklltd. St. Lons, November 1. The railroads entering here have blacklisted 320 yard men who were especially active in the late witch men's strike in East St. Louis, and announce that they will not under any circumstances employ them. A list of the names will be sent the yurdrnasters of all roads in St. Tinis. ST K AM ROTS. Special Notice to Shippers. THE Rtr. COAHOMA and DEAN .IT"" a, ADAMS will xl)lv-l.v Mot i4SlflJfi rerelte any rrolarlil aflcr ft o'elork p.m. I M KS I.KK. .In.. Siipcrintendcnl. .FOR A KKAXSA.H RIVER. JI Durr.igli, --Cs E. II. Smilh master I J. M. Thoiui.ou...clerk Leaves as ahove SATl. KHAY.Nov. 3d, at S p.m. xor frei.M or piiHiigc apply on hoard, or to '"UN N. IIAHnrv. Snp't. 'J! Mnin t. l'OR CAIRO AND ST. JXJUIS. HI. I.oiiU anil New OrlcaiiH Anrb'jr l.lue . .'-run. fAinu AM bl, LOUIS. City of Providence, ti Lenox master, riwwevi'jjfra! Will leave Elevator liuil.ling THIS LA , Sov. A: '0 a.m. ror Ireight or passnir. apply to 0. I.. Ilui. I'... Ant. All nTilrt.ll, Slip's. K RX ii W O R I.E A N S. Nonthern Tr.uaMrtiillon Line-For Vicks- jinn nvw unuans fflaamer Will J4yle, , Knte...mlcr, i4TiiCj l.ean! a ahove THIS HAY, Nov. id, at 6 p.m. or Ireight or iuiige apply to H- i.' I WJi, Ae mi. loot Jcfferon st. It. Lou U nnrt Orlrans Anchor Line Mnil-Foll NEW OKLEANS. City of New Orleans, tt?x A. J. Carter mater. stylelHt jvill leave the Elevator lluildina (SA llKHA V, xaiiv. 1M, at 6 p.m. for froight or passage apply to I.. Hill. I'm., Agt. AH STllKM. Snp't. LJi I OL ISVII.I.K AM) CINCINNATI Nouthrrn Trnnoporlnllon Line) Kor Cairo, boipville a-d I'incinnuti iSteauier fla4sllall ESulo jeaaaaaa . 1'. Sliiiikl...iniiler. JtTiC i.oaves i ii i.i l.t l , iivoinber ad. at 111 a.m. lor freight i,r apply i.n board or to II KVHV r l.nwi;. ,.,,t. K.iot of J,.ff,-r.nn t. I.KK LINE STEAMERS. 'or tJlenilnle. Ili-lcuu hikI I'rlnra I'olnT. Htr. al allies Ijvv. Htncker Tn n....t..r I 1M..H ln,n.iT?"T?l! Will lea vca iihove on every MO.N DA Y.WK'fjN ES 1A ami I HtlliAY, ato p.m., ri,rvlnir the riirht i-tw. iiu inniiiiiir ine capiuin may ueemuneaie. Omce, Ao. 4 Mnliun troet. MMKS I.KK. .la.. Superintendent. KOU ST. EKAXCI.s RIVER. TO SJT. IH l( i llitl H klllPPl ua. R W b. SI at mm 0. K. Jophn,... ..master V. A. Stockloy clerk Will leave Memphis l.tery Tnemlny anicl hutnrttny. freiuhl will he received alter 5 o'clock p.m. ' I'. H V Ml V I.I,. Superintendent. KOR VICKSI'.URO. MI.J.oiiIh nnil Kpw Orlfnna Anrhor I.lme -tlirkiiiiMiiM d'H v. a ii -i !.. t- . i V" rittOAt, Nov -d, at 111 a.m. K,r Ireiiht or p:inire apply to J L-J': 'L1-' - 1 " Airt. AI) aiOHM, Sup't. Memtiliisnnd Vitkslmrir racket ('ompnny. tor li.enn. Vrknn.. 4 Ity. 4jreenllie ! V ,",,,,,r-Mrrhinl k and rinnt- -- rrmnmgasima Th Sew, t and KIcKunt Mcanicr J. V. Ellison ......master I M. 1). Baldwin!.'.. '""' '!". Meinphis, eoiumencinK Oct. llith, EVERY vuf i.i'v Hl' ''m- ''"ves Vickuburs; EVEKY rmiiA Y. at 1J m. t:i,,e connections at Vickn- onric with pnckcU for New Orleans and Yasoo ....... ci .urn, anI t'AKllUl LAR attention am. in all way and nluntalion huinM. v..e ruigui, passaire or oilier information, apply to K. It. THiiM S. 0 Mi,li.n lrcct. KOU OSCEOLA. Trl-rVeeklT V. H. Mitll Hajf-krlFor Kan d..li.h, tulton. Osceola and Way Landinjj, leau AdaniN, rO J. Tl. Cooner. master.... . II Tl TTTrITi Will leave Memphis every MomlMy, Heine). im V ' i o p.m., reservini the riitlit to ."-.- "uoiiiejs mo rapiain may deem unsafe, or llllormatloii apply on board, or to No. 4 Madi- "i" l.f.r.. .1 K.. Super intern ent. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MILT II AltHV LIK-Me,pwlt. A ."Mk, ",r i:. N. MhII I'ackel. Hi.lr"iiS" S.1, th'loi t'larendon. He vails i. . ' ?! Vr''' Auausta, Jack son port, Searcy, ate ille, l'owhatan and l'ocahontas The new - : " wii"i iaeenaur steamor Sonic Harry, j,. . iiarry, master, an I 'aws " Hi Will !eae Memphis every Smlnrdny at & o'clock r.m.. connecting direct with the new lllack Kiver nilcd SUitc. Mail Packet MILT I1AKKY, for t owliatan and I'ocalionta. and with the l)aily ,'ot to I lateville and I'pper White rivar. I hroiuh Kate to all point, 'relent consigned t Milt Harry Line, Memphis f u V'u'V.r'1! Promptly forwarded. K. H r 1 1 M . . o .,,n.,.n .... vi. .KOR II ALES 11)1 NT. Bftalartlrmphlaanil llnlea Point Nrsnl- nerhly I'srkrl-Steamer JVV(rSO. rZ W. P. Hall master I J. D. Fuller.........."?, i I U " ' f v ' 1 A K S 1 ' . . i n t an.l all way landings KVKin MONllAY AND Till KSDAY at & p.m. 'or freight or pawnee apply on loard. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & Whits River Pkt Co. r. n. maii, mm; STRS. CHICKASAW AX HARD CASH 'tartnn. He valla' "llnir. tm Are, An Knstn, Jnrliaeinnorl and Hearer. Tb Meamer RI 4'Awll, E. V. Poatal, insiatpr, leave Mrnihla Lvrrjr vVealuewlsiy ni 4 .ns. THE new steamer 4'hlrkswaiw, m l upon her completion, on or about -Oct,.bor l.'.ih. will takethe nlace ol the Hard Cash, and continue the remainder of the season, tor tnrlhor information applv to H. 0. LOWE, Anent, Om,.. ft f .leS'eron -treet. KOR ARKANSAS CITY. Memphis and Arkansas Ity Parkel 4 a. Adams V. S. Mail Line For Helena. Friars "oint, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Vine lllnff It. It. The new TSiMenaer Steamer M.R. Cheek master I E.W. Outlaw cieik Leaves every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at & ci clock p.m., reserving the ru-ht to pass all land ing the captiiin may deem unsafe. For infi'rmntmn wpylv st No. 4 MidUon street. ELEVATOR COMPXT. M KM I'll IN (.rain and Package Elevator Co. -t7TLL IX) A GENERAL RECEIVING, F0R tV wsaniao and SriiRAi;i BuaiNKaa. Cargoes of steamboats and barire loatled ot unloaded with dispatch. Freisht delivered in ears of all rail roads entering; the city. Ample sUirace room for hulk or sack arain, mercbandisef machinery, etc. Freight received and stored in elevator at owner'! risk nulev ordered insured, R. ilAl.l.nW AY. Sir -'" ROYAL MAIL LINE To (be XclherluntU. The First-Class Pteamnhipe cf this Lino AM FTERIiAV. ROTTERDAM. S01II EDAM. ZAAN 1AM. LEERDAM.W. A. SCHoLTKN. P. CAU the Nelherland. leave NEW YORK, regularly everv WKDN ESDAY, for ROTTERDAM and AMSTERDAM alternately. First Cabin, 170; A.'M'. l.tA carrying tlie I nited States Mail to lauin. pieeratre, ajo; iroaa itotter d Amsterdam, &XK II. 0A7.AUX, General Agent, Ks. t! Sooth U'.Hiewi -eet. New York. ADMIXISTRT0R'S SALE. ADVIMSITatATOK-st MALE. STEAM Tl'tl YAXDERBCRG BriLT IHIbTS; length TH feet 6 inches: depths feet 5 inches; breadth 15 feet S inches; tonnage 42 27-UIO: wood: 1 boiler, iron, 16 4-lull feet long, 44 inches diame ter, il'i-lO inch in thickness; 10 flues, 6 inches diameter, longitudinal scams donble-riveted t ,tl) I. b.-. one eugine 1, by 1S inchest last inspected February Zi, lsaj; steam pressure al lowed 140 pounds; now lying in this port. A. A AHR, administrator of W. H. Longneeker.ee eeeeeei I WaiatsKttt, Meapki. Ieaa, FINANCE AND TRADE. The month of November opens on a health' condition of all branches of trade, the financial market being no exception. Bankers report a steady demand foraboa all the money they can let go, -with rates of discount ruling as reasonable as the most exacting commercial dealer could expect with the volume of trade at his command as characterizes the business of the most ordinary .Memphis merchant. There is as yet nothing doing in securi ties of any character. Exchange on all important commercial center- is abundant at quoted rate. The totton market was a little more active yesterday, the liberal offerings being pretty freely taken with a little closer re gard for the official quotations, yet there were slight concessions made in heavy transactions. The day's sales foot up the largest of the season by an excess of 200 bales. Receipts continue heavy with no signs of falling off, and every day giving assurance of a more abundant yield in the valley than was estimated a few weeks back. The market closed with middling at lOJc, and sales of 4000 bales 2400 bales to exporters and 1600 bales to spinners. Receipts were 4746 balos, shipments 2316 bales, leaving stock on hand 50,039 bales. Of the re ceipts 1181) bales were by steamer, and 550 bales by wagons; and of the shipments 1306 bales were by rail. In New York the tone was steady at the close, with middling 10 9-l(5c. Sew York futures closed steady, with November ad ranted 5 points, and 2 to 5 points in other deliveries. New Orleans spota closed steadier, with middling quot ed at 10 5-16c. New Orleans futures closed dull but steady, with November quoted at 10.2210.24 and other months advanced 1 to 4 points. Liverpool spots closed steady at 6Cd, with sales of 12,000 bales, of which 9400 bales were American. Liver pool futures closed easier, with November 5 61-C4d. Stock on hand, October 20th, 470,000 against 506,000 same day last week. Total receipts at all United States ports yesterday, 32,424 bales. In general trade business cortinues brisk and entirely satisfactory to dealers in all lines, excepting the dullness which still prevails in feedstuffs, in which it is claimed there is but little doing outside of a retail way. The Merchants' Exchange reports show a general revision of prices of breadstuff's, provisions and groceries feedstuffs being margined Hp a shade above previous quotations, as will be seen by reference to the lists in the vari ous departments printed below: Trices of leading articles in provisions, bread and feedstuffs closed as follows: Corn, 5H(Tijo0c; cornmcal, $2 M; flour, $3 50 7 25; chickens, $1 753 75; eggs, 23c; mess pork, $12 50; lard, 8Jc by the tierce; butter, 1520c for country, and 2735c for creamery. The following were the im ports and exports as tnken from the boards of the Merchants' Kxchango yesterday : IMPORTS. o Sevonty-Cve brls apples, 3(S0 rlls bagging, 33 tcs bacon and hams, 20 pkgaj butk-r. J 5 cars cotton-seed, 5'J41 sks cotton-seed, I.'!!) Kks coffee, 9 hd cattle, 15 pkgs egp), 125 brls Hour, 1U3 bales hay, 7 hd horses and mules. 76 pkgs lard, 14 cars lumber, S'J pkgs liquors, 114 brls molasses, 280 kgs nails, 1 car Oats, 8 sks oats, 16 brls onions, 218 brls potatoes, 4 care bulk pork, 3 hhd sugar, 192 brls sugar and 160 pkgs tobacco. EXPORTS. . Fifty-five brls apples, 380 rlls bagging, 11 tcs bacon and hams, 29 sks bran, 4 brls beans, 6 pkgs butter, 42 bu corn, 123 tikgs cheese, 109 sks coffee, 1 pkg eggs, 440 brls flour, 63 bales hay, 7 hd horses and mules, 28 bdls iron ties, 98 pkgs lard, 1 cur lumber, 75 pkgs liquors, 47 brls meal, 39 brls molasses, 1 12 kgs nails, 45 sks oats, 22 brls onions, 53 brls potatoes, 4 cars bulk pork, 6 brls packed pork, 81 brls sugar and 181 pkgs tobacco. Messra. Imbodcn & Wickham, grain commission merchants of Kansas City, telegraph the Memphis Merchants' Ex change the following closing prices of that market yesterday as compared with the previous day : Cuh. Dec. Jan. .May. 1st '31st! 1st 131st 1st 31st 1st 1:11st )V heat. No. 2 RWV, 2' v 'M4mSi 1 Corn Bi-l !S-!5V!Hr;!.v:-irS-i . Onts. No. ... 23 l2S-;23;,:24 !tf4 I. 'Bid, Receipts. Shipments.! Stock. xotkmise. 1st I 81st 1st I 31st 1st J 31st Wheat- 17000 S000 2l)l 13ISW 4240110 436000 Corn 3Um llXJOOi MSSII 3ml0i 221ll ""' 2000 1 4l0ll! I 2NI00I 30000 The Chicago market reports, according to the Appeal's dispatches, show that pork closed at tlO 30 for cash. $10 22 for No vember, $11 15 for January ; lard, $7 20 tor cash, $7 20 for ovember, and $7 32 for January; clear rib sides, partly cured. were $0 40 for cash, $0 82 asked for Novem ber, and $0 67 asked for January ; corn closed at 47 Jc for cash and November, 46Jc for December, and 48Jc for May ; wheat closed at 93c for cash and November, 9"4c for December, and $1 03 j for May; oats closed at 27 jc for November, and 31 jc for May. St. Louis specials quote corn closed at 43c for cash and November, and 41 Jc for year; wheat closed at $1 00 J for spot, $1 001 bid for year, and $1 00 for November; oats closed at 2Gc for spots, year and Novem ber; pork, $10 75 ; lard, $7 12; clear rib sides, $6 75; "WSSSMjSSSSSSSWSSB FINANCE. Bankers report a demand for all the money they have to spare. Exchange in good supply. Clearings Balances November 1st. 1210,341 49 47.:H1 46 Thus far this week 1.021.922 H2 l'.'.'.irjii 82 1 bus far last week ... 837,530 72 162,743 20 Same week 1S82. ..1.018.142 35 143.14S 42 Same week 1881 884,178 33 138,046 30 Exchange on New York buying at dis count, selling at par. Eastern cotton bills buying at J per cent, discount, selling nt par; and exchange on New Orleans dis count buying, and par selling. llunk S'tocks Bank of Commerce, 135 bid; First National, 118 bid; tverman National, 200 bid; Manhattan, 100 bid; State National, 127 bid ; Union and Plan ters, 145 bid. Insurance Stocks Home, 72 bill; Bluff t itv, tis bid; t'eoples, STmVIIO; Planters, 110 bid; I'hipnix, BiHs'l'S ; Memphis Citv, 10.V.tM10; Vanderbilt, 23(i5. Kailroad Bonds Memphis City Rail road bonds, !!((? 100; Chesnpeake, Ohio and Southwestern first mortgage, !'o asked ; .Mississippi and Tennessee, 60; Mem phis and Charleston first mortgage tionds, 7s, 110; do. Becond mortgage bonds, 7s (18S51, 100; do. consols, 104; Memphis and Little Rock first mortgaire bonds ; Ss, H.(S100; Mississippi and Tennessee con sols, A 12O0i)124; do. B 104(oM0S. Miscellaneous Taxing-District compro mise bonds, 64; Merchants' Storage and Compress Company, new issue, 135; Mem phis lias stock, 82; do. bonds, 100; Memphis Water Company, bonds with ac crued interest, par; do." stock, 130 bill; Memphis City bomLs, old, 34 ; compromise bonds, 70; coupons from old bonds, 34; from compromise bonds, 70; ledger bal ances, 35; judgments on coujions and bonds, 34 ; paving indebtedness, 34 ; Shel by county (Memphis and Ohio railroad) 6s, 97fuM00; warrants, 95; Slississippi levee bonds and coupons. District No. 1, 10 ; do. scrip, 10 ; Bank of Tennessee notes, new issue, 65; Crittenden county (Ark.) warrants, 65; Desha county, 60; Missis sippi county, CO. By Telcsrnapk. New Youk, November 1. Money easv at 2VU per cent., closed at 2S per eent." Prime mercantile paper, ft7 per cent. Sterling ex ehange bankers' kills dull. 4S1S: demand, 4S4. Bonds Governments lower. Railways steady. State securities Quiet. Stocks Speculation showed no decided move ment in either direction to-day. The bulls an.l bears seem to be awaiting the movements of each 01 her. and as there has been no positive demon stration to-day, there has been no significant change of prices, thou.-h as a rule they were a fraction lower than at the chse last night, but aside from these daily fluctuations of prices, it i. absolutely certain that there is a steadv with drawal of dividend stocks from the street by the constant investors in small amounts, not onlv in this country, but in Europe. Northern Pacific sold up to 2s"4 for common and 64 for preferred on the announcement that the government had ordered the transportation of the treron and Hritish Columbia mails over the .Northern Pacific lines. This, it is stated, would add over $500. mil to the receipt of the company annually. The loan market was well supplied with stocks, and ail leading shares lent flat to 1(42 per cent- for caiTTiug. Pullman Palace sold at 122S,. ex-dividend. The Wmm W says: 'Four times as much stock is being withdrawn from the street a. comes in u it from investors. The actual supply of dividend-paying stocks in the street is being steadily diminished, and this fact will make itself apparent whenever there is another attempt to cover the 'outiadinx;hort interests." Closing sjuotatioas were as follow: eovtxKaxNTs. 4. 121. Pacific 6s of 189b, ISO. ogee.. 4Si, 114V C. P. flrets, US- T. P. land grants. 4S. T. T. RiotJ.div.,74'v hrie seconds. 93t- Lehigh: Wilkes.. 16S. Ijinisiana consols, 73V IT. P. land grants, 7S. Missouri As, 107. I!, f. sink. fund. f.i aH. Jeaeeak. ItaJ. Vlrij as, W. v. r. eriie, u. St.P.AS.C.nrPts, 114. Vs.. eon., ex-m.,42. Tenn. 6s, eld. J. Y'a. consols pfd, 8. Tenn. 6a, new, 3i. STOCTS. Adams Express, 130. Mobile A Ohio, 11. Allegheny Central, 1. Murris A Essex, 121. Alton A Torre H., 4. Nash. A Chat.. 52. A. A T. H. pfd, S. N. J. Central, S4. American Express, 89. ". A W. pfd.,i. - B. , V. R. A N, 1. Northern Paoiuc. Vi. Canada Southern. Sg. NovtU n Fae. pfd., 63Ji. Central Pacific. tU. Northwestern, Chesapeake A Ohio, 15. Northwestern pfd., 4fl". C. A O. 1st pfd, -i-. New York Central, lajj. C. A 0. 2d prd, V. Ohio Central, i. Chicago A Alton. iVA. Ohio A Misxissippi, 26. C. A A. pfd, 145. "Ohio A Miss., pfd., 0. C, B. A y., 24---S. Ontario A Western, iVfc Ch., St. L. A N. 0.,82J. Oregon Traits., 45J4. 0. , St. L. A P., lr. rWlde Mail, 374. C, St. L. A P. Pfd, 37. Panama. SM4. C., Kan. A C, 30. P., D. A E.,14l. CtC, IV). Pituburg. 134. Del. A Hud. ,105. Pullman Pal. Can 1-2. Del. A Lack. ,U. Readigg, Denver A Kio (1., 24,. P ock island, 120. Erie, 25;. 6t. L. A S . F., M. Erie eld, 71H- tit. L. A S. F. pfd., 4. East lennessee, 6. St. L. AS.F. 1st ufd..cT!4. East Tenn. pfd. 114. St. Paul, PT. . Fort Wayne, 30J$. Su Pad Jifd.. lt?i. Hannibal A 8t.Joe.MH. Pt. P., ST. A M., TA. "H. A St. J. pfd, bay,. St. Paul A Omaha, 35. Harlem, I'M. St. Paul A O. pfd., "Mi. Iloustnn A Texas. 48. Texas Pacific, H'i. Illinois Central, ZfA. Union Pacific, ST'J. 1. h. A W 2Ui. V S. Expre-, S. Kansas A Texas. ZPt. W. St. L. A P., 20 Lake Erie A Weal., liii. W. St. L. A P., 32V.. Lake Shore, (S7;. Wells AFariro's Ex.. 112. Louisv. A Naoh., 4H"i. Western Union, 78!4. I... In. A. A Chi., :m. Homestake, 1. Mar. A Cin. 1st pfd, 10. Iron Silver, . Mar. A Cin. 2d pfd, 5. Ontario, 3li. Mem. A Charleston. 40. Quicksilver, rv Michigan Central. Ouick-ilvtr pld., 30. V.'na-1 Southern Pacific, Minn, A St. L.Ida. 42VJ. feutro, 111. MifiCari Pacific. W.i. 'Asked.. tNo sales. Transactions to-day aggregated 298,000 shares, s follows; W.lssi Lackawanna, 2S,nom:fie, 14.KK) Lake Shore, 9,m L, and N. . 15.ijii Northwestern, 11.UO0N. V. CenlrnJ, l'.'.tssi St. Paul, H.ono t nlon Pacific b,,0i Oregon Trans.l ll.uoO Canadian Pacific. New Orleans, November 1. Sight ex elianreon New York, par. Sterling exchange b uikers' bills, 4S1J. London, November 1. The first secular diys of May and November the P.ank of Ens-land makes up lis balances, consequently the bank and Stock Exchanire are closed. llullion in the Hank of Ens-land decreased 4411.000 the nast week. The proportion of resources to liabilities is 43V4 percent. THE COTTON MARKETS. The local market opened and closed steady, previous prices ruling on the board. Sales, 4000 bales, including 100 bales Wednesday evening-exporters, 2400 bales ; 1000 to spinners. ,. Yesterday Wednesday P1rdi?'T. .. . tlood Ordinary. ........................... yiz Low Middling n 97? Middling ipij lij liood Middling. ltvij ni- Middling Fair ln'J ii Fair Nom. Nom. COTTON STATEMENT. . . - . . . MxMrms, November 1, 1883. Stock September 1, 1S83 ,4l Received to-day 4,74o Recoived previously........ .... fcMJl 106,653 Shipped to-day w. . 2,516 Shipped rroviously... 53,246 Home consumption to date . 2o2 66,014 Stock, running account ......... , Imports. Thus far this week Thus far Inst week ' Since September lr,t.. . 60,639 . !f2,146 . V.I.4.9 . "8,172 . 899 Memphis and Charleston Railroad . Mississippi and Tennessee Kailroad Louisville and Nashville A (J. 8. Kailroad. Memphis and Little Hock Railroad Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W. K:iilroad .. Kansas City, Sprinirlield and Memphis Steamers , Wagons and other sources Total . " r 1X1 TtM 4 ) 4i;s 124 H 1.1SH 650 4,746 1.1,146 14,2m ?.", 762 Thus fur this week Thus fur lust week M , Since September 1st w...... Momi.his A Charleston Railroad 4S5 Mississippi and Tennessee Kailroad 219 Louisville and Nashville A O. 6. Kailroad. 253 Chesapeake, Ohio and S. V. Railroad 41s.) Steamers . 1,150 Total 2.516 The New York spot market opened quiet and steady ; at 12 :10, firmer; at 2 :15, steady, closing steady, with quotations unchanged. JSales, "J7o bales. Contracts, 300 bales. Closi ng quotations : Yesterday Wednesday flrilinnrv u Tiood tlrdinary 9 5-16 Low Middling 10 3-16 Middling 10 '.(-16 II I Middling ....10 13-16 Middling Fair 11 J-16 Fair 12 3-16 o-lli 9 9-16 10 3-16 10 !H6 10 13-16 11 7-16 12 3-16 The New York future market onened steady at advance ; at 10:37, firm; at 11 :51, firm; at 12:20, firm; at 1:42, barely steady; at 2:42, barely steady, closing steady. Sales, !Mi,000 bales. Closing quota tions: , Yesterday Wednesday January I0.7'"10.77 Iu.70'nl0.71 February 10.91''tL0.ir2 10.S5(. M arch 11 U.wll .ISi l(l.JK.. Aliril 11 lTr,.ll 1 11 111,11 II 1 May ....'ll.'2. ' 11. '22f.il 1. "23 June 11.4lif11.41 11.33tll.:'4 July ll.Slw 11.52 11.44f11.45 AiiKilst 11. 6iV'f 11.61 ll.o2tll.n4 September 11.3tKfell.37 11.22ff.12.27 I November - 10.50,tl0.51 10.4.Vfil0.48 December 10.62'iil0.63 10.57 The New Orleans stKit market opened easy ; at 1 :30, steady, closing steadier, with quotations unchanged. Sales, 9000 bales. Stock on hand, 211,900 bales. Closing quotations : .. Testerday Wednesday Ordinary 8 13-16 8 13-16 (loud Ordinary 9 11-16 9 11-16 Low Middling 10 3-16 10 .1-16 Middling 10 5-16 10 5-16 i..d Middling U 7-16 10 7-16 The New Orleans future market opened steady; at 11:05, steadv ; at 12:07, quiet and steady; at 1 :30, quiet and steady ; at 2:10, steady, closing dull but steady. Sales, 31, (KIO bales. We quote the price-list of the last call received, as follows: Yesterday Weilnesdny 10.38. fS10.39 10.53f10.54 Janunry February March 10.41ff10.42 . 10. 56fo 10.57 J0.7Uf10.72 10.68'f10.l'.9 10.8IfislO.K2 10.94f10.S)5 ll.nsftll.tsj 11. 21 Ml 1.22 11 .310x11.32 April. ..10.80fitl0.85 M;vy 10.118110.99 June. 11.12ntll.i: July August. , September. October November... December ... ll.24fnll.25 11.32.1 1.34 '."."!Z"..'.'."!r.'.'.10.22ml0.24 10.28'f?10.29 DAILY BULLETINS. a -fl- 10.17nfl0.18 10.25(310.26 State or Market. kP.ec' ta. Price. Stock tlalveston New Orleans. Mobile Savannah Charleston Wilmington. . Norfolk Italti .mire New York Boston Philadelphia . St. Louis...... A ugusta Quiet. Steady. tiliet. 1 inn. Ouiet. Steady. Firm. Steady. Steady. Steady. Dull. Firm. yuict. 3.(1X5 10 s 87, SUM: 10 5-16:211 Ktr 7,470 104 3.723 1.285 10 1-16 5,781 fo li'li 104 63 6:) 10 9-16 1 2.7' 1.44 ll2 9i Day's receipts, Day's receipts. Day's roceipts. 1SX3 1882 1SS1 32. .18, 35. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. This I l.a.l 1 T.o.l Week. Week. Year. Receipts 6 days KxiHirts to Or t Britain K'xports to continent Stocks at all ports Receipt, since Sept. 1st 1,41o,309'1,:t6,553 1,370,352 Foreign exp'ts Sept. latl 618,473 705,476 635.986 Slock at U. S. ports I 749.7'."9 566,731 669,015 Increase in receipts I 43.753; I The Liverpool spot market at noon was quoted steady. Sales, 12,000 bales, of which 9400 bales were American. Re ceipts, 4SO0 bales, of which 1850 bales were American. At 2: tlrdinary, 5jd; good ordinary, 5 11-lUd; low middling, 5Jd; good mid dling, 6$d; uplands, fid; Orleans, fijd. The Livei'Kol future market at noon was quotivi firm ; November, 5 00-64d ; No-vemlier-IleceHiber, 5 67-r4d ; Pecember January, 5 5S-4d ; January-February, 5 f0 tilil; K'ebrunrv-Mnrch, 5 6O-04d: ilarch A pril, 5 G2-o4d ; April-Mav, 6 2-4d ; Ma v June, 0 6-64d. At 2 : November-Pecemher, 5 5S-C4d. At 3: Novemlier, 5 (tl-64d; November Pecember, 5 G0-G4d: lecember-Januarv, S 69-C.td; Januarv-Februiu-v, 5 00-64d; March-April, 6 1-ti'M. At 5: November, 5 61-05d; Novemlier Peeemlier. 5 59-tJ4d ; January-Februarv, 5 5i-(i4d; March-April, 6 1-C4d. Futures closed easier. GENERAL TRADE. BREtPITIFM. Corx White, oSf-SOOe ; mixed, 57(?fi0c from store. Round lots mixed, in bulk'53e: sacked 55c. HAY Choice, from store. R5c; prime, T5e: prairie. 4ic; round lot from levee or depot, tLlijjl 3 per ton cheaper. FLOI'R From store extra, 3 5Cra4 75; dnnble extra, H 50: triple extra. 'ft5 25: family, $5 2i-.s 5 5ti; choice. 5 Afiff 75: fancy, $5 a5f,u; extra fancy. ars6 25: patenU. t7ff7 25; round lots from levee or track 16c cheaper. CORNMKAL Standard. 2 65 from tore; 5 cheaper from mill, levee or track:. OATS White, 45c from store: mixed, SJt.ltfle; rejected. 3"c from store. Hound lots from levee, white. 4:!c: mixed, balk S2f3c; sacked". BRAN From store. (0o per cwt; round lots, from levee. $15 50 per ton. OATMEAL In half barrels, S3 fiC?t 50 from store. (.HACKED WHEAT la half barrels, 4 50i?S from store. HOMINY AND GRITS From store. U. KICK l.ouisianai.j'-e: Carolina, 7d71c. L i; N'S Navy, f 75 : medium, 2 50. SKIDDS German millet. 1 '1: second analitv. Sliced I. IUkfai-o, November 1. Wheat dull Ion firm : No. 1 hard Dnluth, SI 11 V Corn dull car lot. N'. 2 Western, 54V. Oats quiet: West ern, 3".',c- Cixi inxati, November 1. Flour quiet and nivhanired . Wheat stronirer; No. 2 red winter. $1 04 rl u5. Oats steady, .ie. Rye steady and unchanged. Barley quiet aud unchanged. Lorisvu.LK. Novemlier 1. Flour nn. changed. Wheat quiet; No. I red winter. SI 01 ijl W2, Corn iiuiet: No. 2 white, 52Se; No. 2 mixeu, Di-. vats steauy: mtxea vetern, 30. NgwORLK-ASS.November 1. Flonr fnm. ily, $4 504 62Sj: higher grades, V5 75. 0rn easier: mixed. 61c: vllow.62c. Ots Sm t4t' e.i9c. Cornmeal, 2 6iKa2 7, llayin fair demand; v .. .... i. .. .'v-..., 1 ,1..1,,, iuTnn,fia, nice ticiiHrrtt, New Yokk. Novemlier 1. Flonr weak- superfine Western and State, S.v-3 50. Wheat spot lots steady , options onel HSc" lower, sub sequently stronger, advanced v'l'v. closing Arm. Kice steady with a asodorate demand : do mestic, 4yo34C. Kansas City, November 1. Wheat r- ccipts. 17.lV bnshels: shipments. 2.!m bushels; stronger; No . 2 red fall. Nt'.e cash, 85 aSoVie Ie eemher. fclc hid the year. sWSe January. Corn reeeipu, TtM) bushel; shipmsnte, 7iM) boahela; 1 i 190.738 jy,175 205.788 58.816 30,050 73.229 55,262 59,424 34.5.W 749.7991 699.1H1 5f),731 This I Last Year Year. Year. Before. aniet: Jrre asked casB, X?Se November and the e,ar, ic"tc bid January, 36e bid May. OaU firm; ;-sC cash. Balttmore, XoveHiber 1, Flour quiet and steady. Wheat Western fairly active; No. 4 wipter red, tfot aud November, tl W,Ki 1 (tot December, tl 07S1 074: January, tl loi, il lOH. Corn Western dull and firm: mixed, spot and November, 53v56e : year. bS'yic; Jannary. 55fooe. Oats dull ana easy; Western white. 36'f37c; mixed, 33(a35c: Pennsylvania, 34c. Rye quiet and steady, ifay dull. TotEDO, November 1. Wheat dull; No. 1 white, tl lOtySl lit No. 1 white, 9SSc: No. 2 red, cash, tl 02(91 Wii November, 41 02; llecemhnr. SI IflU h!H J..n,r, Al IKi; hiA . VK ruary. il 07 bid: May, tl L; No. 3 red. 92V,(3 S7c; No. 3 red, NovemLer, B7c; rejected 7oo. i-orn ami ana lower; bigb mixea, l(fSfaLci ro. 2. cash or November. 50et De-ccuioer, 49c; January, 49c asvrd; May, 51?4c; rejected, 49uc; rji.u, 48c. Oat dull but firm: No. 2 white, 31V32c; No. 2, cash. &'Ae bid, 30c asked ; No vember, 30c asked; December, 31c; rejected 29'4e. Rye No. 2, 66'4ft5"',ei Clover seed Srime.oash or November.&j3U; December, to 37; anuary-, tf 45; No. 2, $5 05. St. Ix)uis, November 1. Flour un changed. Wheat higher bat alow; No. i red, tl 00'-4ffl 01', cash, SI 00 Novsmbari tl 02V,(ig SI 0-"; December, Sip4VV January, tl my-i Febru ary, SI Wis J?,, So. 3 red. 9dVt''Ji9C. Corn blgfie? tut slow: 44'ec cash, f Ij0 No vember, 41"4c December, 41,(94134o the year, 41V415-wo January, l'ic May. Oat dull: 2ti!4(U28'c cash, 26;-4(a26VJc November, 27fVii2?s December, iVJ(io the year, 28!-,c January, 31Vwl?:io May. Rye better, Sic bid. Burley quiet, 5080c.- Flaxseed, SI 34 fl 34S. Hay firm; Jiraifie, SlOall; timothy. 81'-' -ilfi Bran steady, of.ilc at mill. Cornmeal qn'et, 2 Isj. Receipts Flonr 6000 brls, wheat 40,000 bn, corn 25,000 bu, rye 1000 bu, barley 47,000 bu. Ship ment Flour 10,000 brls, wheat 24,000 bu, ctrn oUfJU bu, oat 20U0 bu. Chicaoo, November 1. Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat demand active and strong; opened weak and lower: closed firm at outside prices; 93c November, 95H(J5He December, 96! if96Hc January, Sl&l 03 May: No. 2 red win ter, 99c(f31 01. Corn firmer and in improved de mand and higher; 47s(47Hc qash and Novem ber. 46!ie December, 4tfffj46!4C SJie year, 46'ie January. 48'fc May. Oat quieJL cash easier; 2ri-4c cash, 27o November, 28-0 Pyember, 271-eC the year, 284i2tf6c January. X(Sly& May. Ky-e quiet. 54o. Barley quiet, 6(TS. . Can. Wheat in good demand; advanced He November, 8c December; declined yn January, and ac .May. Corn in fair demand; advanced November; December and the year, and c January. Oats in fair demand; advanced e January and He May. Receipts Flour, 2o,0(X) brls; wheat, 88,000 ba; corn, 119,000 bu; oats, 183,000 bu ; rye, 14.000 bu; barley, 69,000 bu. Shipment Flour, 48,000 brls ; wheat, 39.000 bu; corn. 294.000 bu; oat. 125,000 bu; rye, 11,000 bu; barlev. 43,000 bu. PROVISIONS. Bi-TTBR Creamery, 273oc; dairy, 20 25c; bntterine, 15016c; country, 15f920c. CHKKSE Prime flats. SfU'Jo; New York facto ry, 9ffWl0c: full cream, 15f9l6c; Young America, 15 'Cl6c: small home chese, 15-lb av., 9f910c. MKSS P0RK-S12 50 per barrel ; sugar-onred hams, packed, 16ff16c; breakfast bacon, 12c; clear rib sides, 8c. BL:LK POKK Clear side, VAc; clear rib sides, 7Vf.7?4C; shoulders, 6c. LARD Tierce, 8'c: half-barrels, 8Jc; kegs, 8-ic; buckets, 9c; half-buckets, tftc; 2U-lb tins, 9c; 10-lb tins, SJJc; 5-lb tins, 9Sc; 3-lb tins, Wto. New ork, November 1. Pork dull; new mess, SU 50(911 75. Lard firm; prim steam, 7.70c. BALTtMoE, November 1. Provisione fairly active. Butter firm. Eggi firm and aearce, 2xa,28c. Cincinnati, November 1. Pork weak, 911 "".11 25. Lard firmer, 7.21t7Hc. Bulk meat quiet. Bacon easier; shoulders, 6c t clear rib, 7""sc: clear, 8c. Butter dull; prime creamery, 23c; choice dairy) 2r'. Sf. Loris, November 1. Pork quiet, S10 75. Bulk meats only job trade doing. Bacon lower; long clear, 7c; short ribs, 7.60A7se; short clear, Tiic. Lard higher, 7c. Butter unchanged. Fggs firmer, 20c. New Orleans, November 1. Pork high er at the close. Lard tierces, Sei kegs, oc. Bulk meats shoulders, 4V4.9()c; long clear and clear rib, 7c. Bacon shoulders, 5c ; long clear and clear rib, 8Vho. liams unchanged. Louisville, November 1. Provisions quiet but steady. New mess pork, til 50. Bulk meat shoulders, 5c; clear rib, 7ic; clear sides, 7'aC. Baeonshoulder8, 6c; clear rib, 7J4c; clear, S'-yc. Sugar-cured hams, iaSc. Lard choice kettle-rendered, lie, CiIicaoo. November 1. Pork active, firm and highert $10 25f10 30 cash, S10 2214(410 25 No; vembcr, f 10 32',:ul0 35 December, S10 22!yf10 25 III l-'yiil 1,1 January, til i,Y, February. Lnrd mnflerately active and higher: 4 .22 ff$i 4C cash, i.2(K,.22ve November, 7. 22lyfJ 7'-4c December. 7. i"yt")1.2Uc the year, 7.30s7.32,e January, 7.40(f47.42fc F'ebruary. Bulk meats in fair demand: shoulders. 4:i'.c: short rib. 6.65c: short clear, 6.70c. Butter quiet and unchangod. Otll. Pork in fair demand and 5c higher for No vember and December! advanced 2' for year and February. Lard in good demand ; advaneed 2c for year, January and F'ebruary. CHICAGO GRAIX AND PBOTWIOS MARKETS. Special to the Appeal. J Chicago, November 1. Trading lias been quite lively to-day in all the pita on 'Change, and wheat, which now appears to be the leading speculative option, closes stronger than for some days past, even with prices a full cent lower than they were n day or so since. The immediate situation appears to be that the bears are afraid to sell. It is simply the large scalp ers those who are able to carry most of the local traders before them that have by large sales been able to depress the mar kets by their large orders. The great traders who care nothing for the transactions of the scalpers have apparently not entered the market with any intention of swing ing to it. One of the heaviest speculators in the country gives the opinion of his class when he says: "I'm a bull on wheat' but am not buying now because I believe wheat can be bought before long 5c cheaper." At the same time Lester & Co., who have been about as big bears as any here, have, it is said, advised their cus tomers who are short to cover, and they are believed to have covered wheat to-day. The receipts of grain continue liberal, and what the outcome will positively be, is only a surmise on anyone's part. Hogs st ill continue to come in in large numbers. and as to-day was the first of the winter packing season, the demand was good and trading in hog products lively, which caused the markets to score quite) a liberal advance, Receipts Wheat, 88,218 bu ; corn, 118,- 516 bu; hogs, 25,000 head. Shipments- Wheat, 39,064 bu ; corn, 294,164 bu ; hogs (official yesterday), 4732 head. Price of hogs, $1 10fa5 05, ST. I.OI IS PRODl't'E ADO PROVISION MARKETS. Special to the Appeal. St. Louis, November 1. The grain mar ket was the center of attraction to-day, and values were placed on the upward move at the opening of business. This applies particularly to corn and wheat. Oats felt better at the beginning, but weak- ened at noon in spot transactions, but holding on to slight gains in futures until at the close yesterday's prices ruled. On corn, buyers offered ic advance, but it took lc to effect sales, to which more was added, but closed at c below the last advance, leaving the gains of the day Jc on spots and November and ic on year. Wheat opened at an advance of Jc on spots, c bid on year, and fc on No vember, and closed with fc gained on spots, c on year and November. Oats began spot transactions with c ad vance, but relaxed, closing at yesterday's prices. Year had ic advance to start with, but fell back to Jc above yesterday, November raised Jc at the start and closed ic below yesterday, Provisions showed no changes during the day. The details aro as follows Corn opened on bids of 43c, rose to 4:5c, and closed at 431c. Year opened and closed at 43c, and November opened at 43Jc and closed at 43 Jc. Wheat opened at $1 001, nd closed at $1 00. Year opened on bids of $1 and closed at $ 1 00 asked. November opened at f 1 001, fell to 99 Jc, and rallied to $1 00i. Oats opened at 26Jc and closed at 26c Year opened at 26Jc, rose to 26 jc, and closed at 26J-C November opened at 26c and fell to 2t'Jc at the close. Pork closed quiet at $10 75 former quo tations. Lard and clear rib sides opened and closed without change. Hogs ruled steady and active at H 20 4 70. fsROCKRIEsi. Si-oar Pure white, 8349c; off white, 8c; yellow clarified. 74ff8Vi; open kettle, 7 (t7',c; refined A, ?49c; granulated, 9fi"Se; powdered. lWfalOSe"; cut loaf, ltmloe. COFFEE Common, USc; ordinary, 12.i12Se: prime Kio, l.V.13V; choice. leteUISet fancy. loS -fj-; eld government, 3036e; Ceylon Java, 20 e2:V. MOLASSES Lonisiana, common to fair, Xva) ; prime to rheiee, 43fiie : centrifugal. SOfJ 40c; syrup. 38c ; sorghum, &e40c. CASSED HOODS, ETC. Price per dosen: Pineapples, tl 4Oful60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, 51 ti': seconds, tl 4t; tomatoes. 2-lb. standard, SI 10; 3-lb, SI 35; strawoerries, SI 2'xal 50; rasp berries, SI lVtl 50: blackberries, SI linsl 25; green gages. Si '): pears, tl oil; pi urns, SI ft): green com, SI Kfl Sj: green peas, 90ea$l 20; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, SI li; cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, SI cove oysters, light weight. 1-lb. 6Ve; cove oysters, light weight. 2-lb SI ; condensed milk Crown. V.i.i;il: Kagle.S8 25: Swiss. So 25f.s6 50. CAN DI.ES-Full weight, 14V- SO A P :f (6Se per pound. SALT Per car-load. SI S.Xfl 40 per barrel : SI 0 in sacs: pockots, bleached, 27f7o; coarse, SI 25, car-loads from levee or depot nialOe cbeaper. BAiiUlXU AND TIKS Bagging, iute, 106 11-V; flax, KtVrtll.Vi according to weight. Tie, Arrow. SI 40(l 45. Baltimore, November 1. Coffee firm; Rio : cargoes, c-dinary to fair, lli-'ill'He. Sugar dull. New Yoke, Novemlier 1. Coffee spot fair. Rio firmer, 12V12Se: options SQ1S point higher. Sugar dull, refined ansettled. Molasses quiet bnt steady; New Orleans, 30di5e; Porto Rico, 3oetSc. New Orleans, November 1. Coffee common to good common, UlSAtlJ'nie. Sugar common to good common. eeiViHo; fair to fully fair. ,ij-a6iHe: prime, 6: yellow clarified, 7f7,c; while clarified. T,fTti. Ilolaaees fair, 4it942c; prime to ehoiee, V"k'i0c. ew Tork -H Market. N ew Yore , November 1 . Coffee a shade stronger and quiet, first all Ke. T Kie, Janu ary, 9.9Sf10e: Febrnarv. .85-10e: March. .9S g10c; April, .9dt9l0c; May, June. July, Angust, September and - October -neglected: November, i0.3Kli.4Oc! D-etmber, PJ.lo-filif.2nc. Themar :et for Rio on the spat, though iiuiet. Irs tery firm, with some advance generally asked, holder being encouraged by the firmness of prices at Rio de Janeiro, as well a the noticeable improve ment latterly in the jobbing trade here, and though actual sales at first hand invoices on spot were small, it was stated that important sales had been made of lot to arrive, the total being re ported at about 7000 bg. Options advances 5 to lo points, owing mainly to the firmness of spot Quotations, though the firmness of the Rio market SUo had no little effect. Transaction were mod rate, however. HOtlSEHtiliD SUPPLIES. Vegetables Onions, Northern packed, S2 SO ner barre'- Potatoes Northern. SI 75: new home-grown, packed. SI 50; buying, tl 25 loose. Cabbage Chicago, luoaa, tlo&14 per l'.9 heads. Garlie. St per 1W. Kraut, 9(910 for new, barrel; 44 id tor half-barrels. APPLES Northern .$22533 75; choiee.it : fancy SI 50 per barrel. Dried apples, uWHo per pound Irom store, tirieu peaches, oeva; irom tore. Cranberries, till per barrel. Pickles, Jsedinm barm, S7 oO; half-barrel. S4; pint jars, i 25 per doten ; 1 quart jars, tl 75f2 per dosen. If ULllS Oranges JjOUisiana,9tfjo 00 per bar rel, S4 per box. Lemons Sicily, So per box : Mes sma, Si.?.") Malaga, S4 50. Bananas. SI 50f2 50 per bunch. Cocoanuts. SVf46 per 100. Pea nut Virginia, hand-picked. 12' -c: Tennessee, 9c; routed, 2e higher; shelled. I2c. Almond, 19f?30c, Texas pecans, llle; Arkansas, S4e. FogliFh wa'nuLs, Hmlue. Gilberts, 13e. Brasil nuts, lOalOHc. Raisins London layers, S3; Im perial. S4. Brandy cherries. Si 26f3 50 per dozen. CIDER Missouri, S88 50 per barrel, and S 50 per half-barrel; Kentucky barrels, S7 50. Vine gar, 12'vo.lfic per gallon. FISH Mackerel. 10-lb. kit. No. 1. tl : No. 2, 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c: half-barrel, S56 25. White flfh, No. 1, per half-barrel, S. POULTRY Old hens, $3 50fT7 5; large yonng, SVfil 25: medium young, S2 25j2 50; small young, SVt2. Turkeys no demand. Ducks, iiUaA 50. Wild ducks, undressed, S3 50 per dosen. EtiiiS 'ilc. PIUS FEET In barrels. tS 50(39: balf-barrols. St 25!4 50; kegs, S2 25 PELTKIES, HIDES AI LEATHER. Hides, Etc. No. 1 dry flint hides, lfic ; No. 2 dry hides, tilSc: salt hides, 10atl2! Je; no. 1 green salt Hides, ;;". J4c; no. z green salt hides. 60; green hides, St'".- Beeswat prime yellow, ESfyO; tallow, 7(7c; gineeng, per ponnd. St 59. Deerskins prime, 25(fi.'ttc. LEATHER Oak sole, per pound. 35(fS40c; hem lock, 27WtOc; harness, 35fS40c; skirting, 75i80c; French calf, S4o00 por dosen; domestic calf, $30 &45 per dozen. FEATUEKS Prime, 40e. WOOL Tub-washed, 25'fXe per ponnd; un washed, ISffjiSc; hurry, 10316c. WHISKY. FTC. BnAxniEs Cognac, $2 5015; peach, t25(KiV!; S2-a3 50. WINES Imported port, tl 502; sherry, $1 50 tttfi: champagne American extra dry, $7(f8; Piper Heidsick, S25 50fg28 50 ; Mumm's extra dry. K"J"j 31: Pomerv See. Ell .SO-ltl 50: Ve. Cliauot. S.!lfi.t3; claret, S7 50fj8 50 per box; Catawba, 4i35 per case. WHISKIES Redistilled. 90ctl 50: straight, tl 50(34, according to age. St. Louis, November 1. Whisky steadv, tl 14i New Obleaks, November 1. 'Whisky unchanged. Louisville, November 1. Whisky steady, SI 13. Chicago, November 1. Whisky steady and unchanged. Baltimore, November 1. Whisky quiet but steady, SI IS,. Ciscixxati, November 1. Whisky ac tive arid fifrn, 11 U. HorSE-Bl ILDIXU MATERIALS. FRAMiso-Li'MnER Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet; dressed. SiO; yellow pine floor ing. S25: shingles. tVaA 50; lathing Poplar, SI 75; cypress, $2 per looo laths. Extra prices for extra leugths above 20 leet. , LIME AND CEMEVt-time, 75e in bulk de livered: 90c ner barrel insiore:Louisvilleeement. Si 40a barrel; Rosedule cement, S2 50a barrel; fortlfintl, in ; piaster ot raru,xii, NAILS 83 ltXaS 25 per keg. HORSES AJSI MTEES. Horses Good driving, $125 200 ; heavy draft, S15fl200; saddle horses, $125(250; plugs, $H!475. MULES Market quiot, and values nominal. LIVE-STOCK. MARKET. Corn-Fed Cattle Choice to extra none received. I1RASS CATTLE Good to choice native, 4f? 4'c ; good to choice Texas, tfaijc; good fat heif ers and straight cows, uVa-jle; good fat oxen , in good flosh, 4c: medium oxen, 3'V4c; medium steers, heifcrsand cows,3fti;i?ic : feeders, (o.'Jc ; medium feeders, 2Sjff3c ; yearlings, S7(8 a head. MILCH COWS $2.V.40a head. SHEEP Good mutton, 4e a pound; medium, 3Vic a pound. HOGS l?;(3oUca pound. St. Louis, November 1. Hogs packing steady, $4 20(li4 50: light lower, $4 V4 40; heavy lower, S4 .55f3H 70; receipts, 900 head; shipments, Il.uOO head. Cattle steady and in good demand for best grades; good to export steer!, SS 50 Jo 40; Tcxans, $3 45; receipts, 1000 head. Chicago, November 1. Hops receipts, 25.000 head : fairly active and firm, Mlc higher: light, $4 46-ff.l; rough packing. $4 10fl 45; heavy packing and shipping, $1 50o6 5i. Cattle re ceipts 7'f00 head; steady; exports, $17; good to choice shipping. Sr 40fi4ti ; common tofair,S4(3530; butchers, $2 30(f3 80; stockcrs, 14 35; Texans, $1 60i 10. PETROEEEM MARKET. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lots, loo per gallon. Cleveland, November 1. Petroleum weaker; s. w., 110, 7JaC. Pittsburg, November 1. Petroleum dull ; United certificates closed weaker at 109. 'U1"rO.ED. Cottox-Sekd Meal Prime, old, none; new. S20 per ton per car-load lots. COTTON-SEED 01 LS-Crnde. in round lots of 100 to 500 brls. as to quality, 32otid,32fiAlc nked. Summer yellow relined, car-load Aa, fOtf-MiN? asked. Summer white, none in markeu Winter yellow, ear-load lots, as to qu.intitv, 5itc; winter white, 52c. Cooking oil, job lots, 40S42c. SEW TORX DRY OOIS MARKET. New York, November 1. The general merchandise demand is very indiftoreut to dull. Cottons restricted to immediate wants, which in the aggregate have taken a fair quantity. Woolen goods very qniet. The auction sales having ac trncted so many buyers to the markets, theagent have cleaned up many odd lots of heavy goods. Wilmertling, Hoguet X Co. to-day made a sale of blue and scarlet twilled flannel of the manufac ture of L. W. Faulkner & Sons. Offerings and S rices were as follows.: Eighty packages of me ium navy blue flannels. 22V5231": 95 packages Bay Slate medicated. 22)42lc ; 25 medium roval blue, 220s23y,c ; 22 scarlet flannels. 22'i4 23Ho. Several small lots made in all 20 pack ages. Prices mark a much lower average than obtained for the corresponding grades at yester day's sale. comnssiox merchants. OIB0DEX & WICKHAM, .r- 1 1 I i 5,1551 It COMMISSION MERCHANTS OFFICE, EXCHANGE BUILDING, Kansas City, Missouri. Prompt jtte,titlon psild to eptlsn orders UNDERTAKER Funeral Directors, 320 MAEV STREET, MEMPHIS. B TRIAL ROBES and Coffin Hardware. Order by Telegraph promptly filled, and Case ship pedC.O.D. H. A. THOMS, UNIE11TA1EII, 204 HI 1L STREET, MEMPHIS. METALLIC CASES, Caskets, Collins, Be, rial Robes, etc., etc. C.O.D. Orders by Telegraph promptly filled. STEW FIB3I. Kreicligauer & Tomlinson, (Scccwanas TO Jama Flahutt), FUNERAL DIRECTOItS, "VTOS. S17 AND 518 SECOND ST., MEMPHIS. X A Full Line of Metallic Case and Caskets, Cloth-Covered Caskets. Rurial Robes, etc., alwavs oa hand, mm-C.O.D. Order by Telegraph will receive onr prompt altcnticn. OTTOSCHWILL&Co i,ai i.-t i J AND Produce Merchants. Km1 CloTer, Orrhwrd Gram, Timothy, Herdsi Orastss Bine Gratw, Fall Rarlcy, Seed Rye, Seed Wheat, Red Rnst-Proof Oats, Apples, Onions and Potatoe, Pa por and Paper BagM, Kerf ili zersw OTTQCSVVULSea 332 Xaia StrMt, Xmx&L, RIVER NEWS. - bTEAXEKS LEATIXO. . THIS; BAY.. - , Friar Point Jxntti Luc, Lee, 3 tr.H: Vicksburg AagiSSiClTT, BrolaU,10a.m. New Orleans Will Ktlb, Kates, p. tar. ' Cincinnati Ooldix Bcu, Shinkle, i ttsW St. Louis t Ct PioriDgscg, Lenox, Jg Osceola Ia Aoiis, Cooper, i p.m. SATURDAY. . White River Joan Bun, I p. m. New Orlean.. Crrt or New Oat-gass, ( p.m. fit.Francijkiver.lDA Ira, 4 p.m. IOTUEST8 AT THE I.KTEK. " jlrrtta&. Kate Adams, Arkansas City ; City of St Louis, New Orleans; W. P. Hal liday, SU Louis; Gayoso, Hales Point. Departure. City of St, Louis, St. Louis; Gavoso, Hales Point; Kate Adams, Arkan sas City; W. P. Halhday, New Orleans. Boat in Port. Coahoma. . Boat Due Down. Dean Ada ma, Arkan sas City and Will Kyle. Boat Due Vp. James Lee, Golden Bui and City of Providence. Becclpts Yeaterstay. . Gayoso 164 bales cotton, 15 bgs seed cotton, 312 sks seed and lot sundries. Kate Adams 396 bales cotton, 20 bgs seed-cotton, 1416 sks seed, 6 hd cattle and 75 pkgs sundries. City of St. Louis 55 brls molasses, 56 brls cement, 20 sks coffee, 41ill sks seed and 300 pkgs merchandise. rcrt'BE Movements. The Ida Lee, Capt. O. K. Joplin, is the Saturday packet for St. Francis river. The City of New Orleans, Capt A. J. Carter, is the Anchor-Line packet to-morrow evening for New Orleans. Thb Arkansas City, Capt II. W. Bro laski,. is fbe Anchor-Line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. Chas. Quesnel is her clerk. TnK Dean Adams, Capt Henry Cooper, is the packet this evening at 5 o cleck for Osceola and the upper bends. Hugh Tomlinson and Chas. Bourne are her clerks. Tub City of Providence, Capt. Geo. Lenox, is the Anchor-Line packet this morning at 10 d'cldck for Caire and St Louis. Frank Perkins and James Me Meen are her clerks. Thb James Lee, Capt Stack Lee, is ths packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and ail way landings. Piatt Rhodes is her clerk, assisted by Will Dar ragh and Will Ashford. Thb O.-Line packet Will Kyle, Capt Lew Kates, will pass down this evening at 5 o'clock for Vicksburg, Natches, New Or leans and all intermediate landings. Jai. Alexander is in the office. Thb Josie Harry, Capt Milt R. Harry, is the Saturday packet for all points on White river, going through to Jackson port and making connections with packet lor upper White and Black rivers. The elegant passenger steamer Golden Rule, Capt. O. P. Shinkle, is the O.-Line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and all intermediate points on the Ohio river. Albert Shinkle presides in her office. 41EXEKAL NEWS. . Business was fair yesterday. C .i I ho reports a rise of 23 inches yester day. . Weather continues seasonably salu brious. Texnesske river rose 14 inches at Chat tanooga. Signal Sebvice report: River 7 feet 1 inches rise 2 inches yesterday. The upper Mississippi is stationary at all points as tar down at St Louis. The Kate Adams left for Arkansas City yesterday afternoon with a good trip, aa usual. Capt. John Woodsce was in the eity vesterday, and left for Cincinnati by rail lost night. Receipts by river yesterday, 560 bales of cotton, 35 bags of seed-cotton and 6919 sacks of cotton-seed. The Ohio fell 2 feet at Pitfcburg, was stationary at Louisville, and rose 8 inches at Cincinnati yesterday. The Coahoma will enter the Osceola trade Mondav. for which occasion she is now being painted and otherwise replen ished and repaired. Capt Henry Cooper will command ner. The W. P. Halliday passed down from St. Louis to New Orleans at an early hour yesterday morning, having taken on 3000 bushels of corn in Madrid bend. She added some sundries here. Capt. Milt Harrv telegraphs his agent here, Capt. Ed Thomas, that the Josie Harry will be in Saturday if not prevented tv fog or other unforeseen circumstance. She passed Devalls Bluff yesterday. The City of St. Louis arrived from New Orleans early yesterday mornine, discharg ing here 610 packages, including 4191 sacks of cotton-seed. She passed up for t. Louis in the afternoon with 300 tons, The James Lee will bo in port this morninp; ready to receive for her return to Friars Point this evening. She has added the electric light feature to her other su perior appurtenances and expects to over come many difficulties peculiar to a short trade. The lights are arranged so as to give the greatest illuminating powe', which can be directed in such manner as to make the entire surroundings of the boat as litrtit as mid-day time. The head. light is placed on the bow at the foot of the jackstail, arranged in such manner as to be moved in any desired direction. On either side of the boat abreast of the chimneys a light is suspended from a swinging derrick, and when all are in full hlast nicht is completely turned into day, The lighting apparatus was placed in po sition ny Air. i. u. tl. Vance, manager ol the United States Electric Light Company. The reported killing of a decker on the Kate Adams turns out to be not so bad represented in first reports mada of it The negro was not dead at last accounts, and was the victim of his own desperation, if the meager accounts cleaned yesterday can be relied on. He went aboard the boat declaring his intention to "have blood" or "take the boat." He got all the blood he wanted, but left the boat in pos session of the officers and crew. Mr. Wyckoff, the second clerk, and Ed Hunt, the mate, both implicated in the shooting, A T-V"i nn 4Via mv nlik 1 rlnma VAirfcievlaw at. hi u'vu via ,t-i uaw Auauio J coi,t via mtr- tending to their duties, but declined to talk until the proper time, when their statements can be heard before a court of justice. No effort was made to arrest them yesterday, and both went out in their re spective positions on the Kate Adams last night. They are willing to have their action properly investigated. The Alabama, R. A. Speed, Chickasaw and Joe Peters, four boats recently built by the Reeses at Pittsburg, will arrive here within the next twenty days, the Alabama designed for the lower river and the others for Memphis hues. The R. A. Speed is a towboat 125 feet long, 22 feet beam, 4 feet hold; engines, ld-inch cylinders, 6 leet stroke, 2 steel boilers 20 feet long, 47 inches diameter, 7 flues in each. She is Ctteil out with steam and fire pumps, and will have three barges belonging to her with cargo boxes on them. ibeUbickasaw is 187 feet long, 38 feet beam, 6 feet hold, with a full-length cabin and texas ; engines, 16-inch cylinders, 7 feet stroke ; 3 steel boilers, 48 inches diameter, 26 feet long, 7 hues in each ; also large donkey boner. small engines, pumps, etc.. and will no doubt be one of the most complete boats of her class afloat The Joe Peters is 180 feet lone, 34 feet beam, 4 feet hold ; fnll- length cabin ; engines, loMnch cylinders, 5 feet stroke ; 2 steel boilers, 48 inches diameter, 24 feet long, 6 flues in each, and well fitted out. The Speed is owned by Capt John J. Parragh and others, of Pitts burg. The Chickasaw is owned by the Memphis and N hite Kiver racket Cora- nanv I Rees. Postal & Brown : Cant Sam Brown, president), and the Joe Peters is owned by the Memphis and Arkansas Kiver I'acket Company, of -Memphis. WEATHER ASfs RIVERA. Owes Siosit Snaviri. 17. S. A., MlamiR. Tkk.. November 1. 1883. The following observations are taken at the same moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all the stations named : Chan re. Above ST&Tiotrs. low water. Rie. t Fall. Feet Inch Feet Inch Feet Inch Cairo 13 S 1 11 Cuattanooa-a S 4 1 1 Cincinnati . 13 1 Davenport 3 1 -. Dnbuqne 4 6 . Jl'ort Smith ... LaOrosse 1 9 I Leavenwo'th T 4 Little Kofk Louisville 8 6 . Mraptil 7 a a Nashville 8 . tNewO'lean 12 Omaha S 2 1 Pittsbur. 8 1 .. 2 Shreveport.. 9 10 4 . St. Louis 11 7 t.Penl. S t 1 ipksburir.. t 'Below hiih-weter mark. 1S74. TBeiow oencb mark. Wheeling, Xovember 1. Xoon River 12 feet 9 inches, and itationaiy. Weather eloadr ana cool Evassvillb, Xovember 1. Noon Kiver roseever tret witbia tae last noars; now u o-iu feet on the caaee; thermometer 40' PiTrsBrHO, Xovember 1. Xoon River 9 feet 7 inebes. and falling. Weather eleatty and eold. N'iirn RivrP 8 feet 3 inehe. and fallinc . n eat her eloadr and oool CtxcissATi, Xovember 1. Xoon River 1 feet 1 inrne. and fallin. w eather el ear i thermometer 45. Tepaxtear AlbeA aa t-nrmcer last aigfat lor w Orlean. Lorisvru, Xovember 1. Xoon River fallina-. with 8 feet t inches la the canal and feet i inches in the ehat oa the falls- Busi ness rood. Weather clear and windy. The Belle iwrenort pvwd up laat alflhi. Windy a He river Vat ihan. ISr 4 "ititnmi Miwmr Mm JW !. EW MUSIC HOUSE ! ii. 3. erTcti ctU ( r . . . ' T l Q Tl 1 - H.G.GETCHELL&CO No. 33 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. FMOSI i eUelaiwa- ex ). VDrmttr relhera, HaMaiea at ranker. t. V. Fiaejfeej-, a. . ejeaaaiaii m v. aa eriaa rnooHi SHEET r.7JSIC & MUSICAL tiERCHANDISE OF AIX Our Plains and Organs are Indorsed by All the Leading Artists P THE WOIL. WB HATH USDOUBTEDLT THB LAB0I9T BTOCI 6f ' ; SHEET LTUSIC,ViOLn.S,GmTMS,BMfJOS BRASS AND SILVER INSTRUMENTS. TmmlaTaK ud KrlriR; PlftM m1 Orpini Sll 014 Plan FTC.sRdTtei for H. G. GETCHELL & a. d. LABGrrri.Fr. Jt. E. R1EMETER. IiANGSTAFF 84M Mm STREET, MEXPMI8, Oil vrra rmHTleal ST DM0UME PL HU'a BARBED FENOE WIRE, CEDES MITT.a. DIMrOLlTIOI. THB Irm of ILL4RD. AKMTSTBAD LUKDEI ha keen OjaiUat hr the death of T. B. DIL LAKD. The sorvivia partner aasam all liabilitie of, mi tm eel leet all ajaewale dae, aaid If!, BS WW SSIBBB IS! IIUBM 1BSV Ut ARM ISTE AD Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 1 18 TJmioa itmL Mtmvkla. 7 J. J. TH0RMT05. FUL1.1ER, THORNTON & CO. Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers BIO. IM FBOXT BTSEBT. OcBMITT & CO. WHOLK8AXE Grocers, Cotton Factors HD COMMISSION MKRCHAMTS, No. 8SO Front street, LIBKmAI. IDTklCM 141 MCBaVBSTM. , J. If. JAMES, Cotton SalfiB. W. W. JaVMES, earsMe-y oleriiiwn HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors and 206-298 front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants, Wo. 116 South Main t., St. louis. E. WITZMAMW & CO WlioleMle Dealer Bole Atent for the followisg First-CI as Iiutnimeat : STEINVAY AND WEBER l'lJLUOM , BMBAMIt'M e BACJri,ftfJi WITfealABaT C. ASH tnn IV Bl MAeVOlT e HAHLII. TLOrGW 4k W4HIK, M.OVBKT UliUJLB w J. AND )M1TI AMKatlCAH. Write for CtJofufii. S and J. A. BAILEY k CO. POJMBERS, Will tM) I-.esitexl mt their Sew Store. 336 Second St., Cor. Union, After Oct. 16th. Wlier w will keen on band Uro und com plot toek of Plnmber.MB.tt4 St4m ritt- tutwm' M4riait i nuaeiicn, bioon, promptly. Thankful for tho liberal patronage our ii fw DILIiARD COTTON And General Commission Merchants, Son. S02 AI 304 FHOXT ST- WEMPmS. TEXX. A. B. TREADWELL. A. B.TB LADh Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers, NO. 11 VXIOX STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN, OFFER FOR BALE LOW TO THE TRADE t B.fOI Rolls Basnrlnjt, M.Orsl Bandies Tie. mn.ra.l.M.MParV. 1.M10 Pukim lrd. 1,000 Ilexes 6ap, l.afrt Ba Coffee, 1.0U0 Barrels 8ur, 1..VO Barrel flow, 60 Brls. Ceokia Oil. 100,000 Cicar. ff Totetnerwith a fnll line of Case CtMti, Wxrlrawire, ste. Wi eftVr . A. NHowa e ICS I cw snw. iwiuisj aim, -Tray PRICES. Oar faeilitie for Bdllnr Cmtftm anlnriten. and liberal qTanea made on same. Rootes 904 MAIN STREET WHOLM1LE AKD Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Mantels, Grates Ttwermr. fepperaa: Hhoet-Irwai Wares Lttaap. r all ktaela eT4 anal WIIl.w Ware, CaUeary, BalMon' Hanlwnra, ..;, f3wt-tsBr, aaMl Jmm Work Pranaptlr Alteeadea. . -AGENTS FOR THE CEI.EBUATEO TAVN COOKINfl RANGE. ANDREW STEWART, Sew Orleans.; AXDREW D. GWTXNE, Memphis STEl'lT, Omni & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors KO.S70 FBOKT STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN, scyArt scorns & coiiPAirf COTTO' rjS,',JB AUD WTil X MESCUAKTtf, I W. . TMHER. MORGANS Tan CaLtitirc Eater, atkie.wlBit-er, Cyaubwllai, HsuatUK -- - - ass orsia OBQUHI KIKDS. f tixpntm Wrkuiea. Etwj Mitalr PaymeaU. yew. . , CO., 847 MAIN ST. M. D. PATTERSOH & COMPANY, Opyotrit PEABODT IIOTEL, JOBBERS, HrS I'BtlfT.H RCTPfKI). SSBIt H fc LUNDEE, J. W, FGLMER. TEX!V. : HesiphU, Tennee. Wholesale Grocers aad Pabliahers, 2M SFeTOBfP ST.. MEMPHIS. rM ana win oar ry raouiiy mr aomt work in the past we hope for a ooatinnauoe of tame in qu;riTi. & COFFIN PACTOBS 8. B. TREA DWELL. ELL & CO tDO.HKI Pooeds Baenn. M.nn Pooads Bulk .V) Barrels Vine-ar. n0 Barrels Mela .5"1 Keg Nails, lis) Ho(.aet Sacer. ,f") Barrels Bait, Parka- Tobaeao. 0 Barrel Kiee, 900 Caeee rmk'( Tobaeee ' - , " " , sire m.rrarit. Coaiiiim.nU of CoUo. & Busli. MEMPHIS, TENN BET All, BEAUM IX IXFIIANA. Woodruff Lumber Company A. WMllirr, Wwimtm-mi. Manuncturerl of CYPfiS9, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, OAK AND ASH Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, f AW AND PLANING MILLS. ICorth Front St. Near C3n Works. C IL MTEKS, Muaer. i I Jsslka . SalllTra. TTliolesale Orocers, Cotton iHetorrf And Commission Merchants,' 232 and 234 Front BETWECA 14M Mr. L. V. RAIHBT d.TOie bl waol. time to the tfeltMst and Pal of all Ctt.e inlresled to ew , - .hai.v CMtoB W.h..... Uf. Wasletn wt. CHcEsal Iron Works ' MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. JOnN E. HANDLE A CO. PKOl-KIETOItS. OEXKRAL FOUXDEItS mid JIACIIIXIfiTM ImhMannui Bi1m tm Kmmtmtm Iteillfra, fii-w m1 Mtrirf-lMai Arrkl. teolaral, rmrwm mm riaalalln Hswhlaiery Hpelll-i. W rarr. lrtjeol Iterk mt KaarliMai aWMl Beaieew tm Ml feasa4 srWnl tor Wpee'im P.McCABDEN fc CO. Grocers i Cotton Factors, No. 414 Main Street, aw-P. MoCADDEB will ,It bis reraoaal attenlinB to all Cotton eonsiroeil te the trin, and (a rrjiareoiakrheraJlTSrice lNDEPESDEM, AND J0T IN ASY COMBINATION. HANAUER OIL WORKS FOR COTTON-SEED, STILL IN THE K1N(1. W( fiVAHIWrn HATIBFArTlOW TO FAKTIFW WHO T0 HI SHtWW WWW V W. T. BOVt UHI. jfl)y w MXiia. ifluay o. uu, COTTON FACTORS, No. 26 Front street aCrJnT.eteleniipliis, Tenn. STASK YOUR DEALER PORS ciiKWiNC, uvn. rr mmn mm beath, aiim isehtioh audcleanbi the teeth. IT HAS NO EQUAL. Tke Tnsd. ItwpiplM mr LeaaatiaBa; Wholeautl. Irmirtto, Urersrs mmm reahtHnste r M.sitBi 6oyer Cold Storage Co. WIIOLKNALK DRESSED WESTERN MEATS, No. 228 Front Street. Mmnphia. Tenn. SPECIALNOTICE! Planters and Shippers of Cotton-Seed Arebepebyotlled t wrsi.w prepare! tm hnj rmUmn-tUm tmm phi. 1. New OrIeiHUailci.Mlalalppl Bl.r oaiel It. TrlbnUarle, mu well aaealh.aU tonal liar mt mallroad. Im than sll.trlrt. F.r twrllier partlrnlstr. mttanrnm tMm -NEW OltLEANM OOTTON-ftiKKD ANMM IATION." . .. r I HENRV 1411, (scnlart. IMIrs-IIll, lslti Hirevtt F. O. Hrewssr Tw. M. H.COOVER fe Co MANCFACTniEIW OF Doors, Sash,Blinfls and Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, Brackets, Scroll-Work, Roach and Drewwd Lumber, Mhlnglc, Lath, VAe 161 to 179 Washington St., Memphis, Tenn. Poplar Street Car Carry la the Mark.thogse. Oae Bquere Irom the Mills. II. M. a'EIlOlJlHOjr. WITH J. T. LaPRADE & CO. WHOIiENAIjI SABBLERY! No. 301 and 303 MrIh LESTABLISHED IN 1864.1 STERNBERG & LEE Jobbers of CI0AHS,T0BACC0 & SMOKERS' ARTICLES aat Fron WlrMt. f omor I'nlon. Wempht- w-- 305 AND 307 MAIN STREET, FINE CLOTHING AND FUIUJISHHIG GOODS. BOYS' CLOTHING A SPECIALTY ! H , 0. PEARCK. Praaideat. JOHlf K. SPEED, Tle-Prai4at. BU F. PKICI, oWeUrf. HOME MieigfKCoJiMils . ALSO AGENTS FOR Pkerailx. mt Iel.w-Aaila. M.w. Fire, ml Kasl.aiw-Capllal, ., Cresesat, mt Vow .rlM.s cpltsU, Me).. rWI OUARASTTR RELIABLE INDEM KITT.-va DAVID PAKK UADDEN 6 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 370 Front Street,! - Hem phis, Tennessee. SPECIAL ATTINTIOH PAID TO WKIOHTNe AS WILL AS 8 ALEU 0 OOTTO. HAVE 0VW we Wafehooaa. All Ontco. Innred ealeM slhsrelM l.trat4, Aatast sWIIal. ear . e Ooetwa. Caii Je m rreeart rMeiras ear bmu. M. T. H1XX4H, ! Ti'.. i. and Dealer In and Building Material General Ij t MEMPHIS. TKNftrawcK. rm-m. Clmwtx. M. JT. Claark. St., Memphis, Teni, AND JEFFERHOX. lit Msuilkwewt. Vtirtwe' t Irralsr.-.. Iflemfililft, Tenn. n. p. iiou imi Street. JfrniplilweTena JOHN M. KAKKINUTO.N. 1 FarringtoB,