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TITEMEMTPin 17, 1883.
RAILWAY RECORD- 4RIVAtNO DEPARTURE OFTRAIN: UtMpMkt, Otilo anal Wonlnweerteris-.5 .run mov. u follow: No 2 (express) leave. t ' p.m.! No. a (mail) t 7:4" a.m.; . 6 (Lor , r.gton aeoomuiodatioii) at 4:40 p.m. Mo. 1 lex :) arrives it J i.m.i ho. 7 arrive U 1:15 -.in.: No. S, Covington accommodation. ii&Q . .- ; : llrmiihli ami Hille Roek Tmini nova I as Pillows: No. 1 leaves daily at4:4U p.m.; ar rives at II :X p.m.; No. 3 leases U5.ui ar rives at 7:" a.m.: No. Ifroicht) leaves Hope lltild at r:.'V" a.m. : arrives at n:21 p.m. IjiuIh llle antl Jjswkville Train, move a follows; Fast hiail arrive, daily at 4:40 a. in.; leM at ll;ij p. in.; mail loaves daily at H:1U a.m. Hrownsville accommodation leaves dnily, except fiiuudey, at 4 :.V p.in.v uiail arrives daily at 4:JU p. itu. Brownsville acoouiinodaLion arrivea daily, except Sunday, at 8 a.m. (city timet. Memphis! Mild CharlMton-Trains uiova. M loli.iws teity tiineM Tbrouru express leave' daily at 11 :;w p.m. Mail and exprert leaves daily srt7:3i)a.m. fcomerville accommodation loaves daily, exnept Sunday, at 4:55 p. in. Through ex press arrives daily at 11;3U a.m. Mail and ex press arrives daily at fir&i p.m. Somerville ac commodation arrives daily, except tiunday, at a:"') a.m. .liNaiaHtppl and Teaapiws Tralng mov as follows: New Orleans mail leaves daily at 5:45 p.m.: riardt accommodation leave, daily, except Sunday, at l::Vp.m,; freight leaves daily, ex cept Sunday, at ii:4u a.m. New Orleans mail ar r ives daily at Wi40 a.m.; Sardis aeoommodation arrives daily, except Sunday, at V a.m,; freight arrives daily, except Sunday,at3:ldp.m. Freight rains carry possauirers KsauMl lly.StprlnrneWland Jfempnlav Passenger truine leave M. and T. depot at :5U a.m.; arrives at 5 p.m. daily. Tbrourb freiaht leaves Went Memphis at H a.m.: arrives at 2:40 n.m. Wiiv freiirhL leave Weft Memphis at 4 ::JU a.m.; arrives at 8 p.m. Freight aad ticket oftioe. Ho. Jl Miulison street. PF.USUXAL Alt W (iESiCRAL. - Mii R W. C. Kowi.axd, general super intendent of tranmiortation of the Louis ville ami Nashville Railway Company, has issued a circular instructing "all hands" on that road that on Sunday, November isth, at 10 o'clock a.m., "the Btanr'spd time of all divisions' of this road changed from the present standard, In. ville time, to the new standard, nine i ; nieridinn orcentrnl time, which w ill I titi minutes slower than the present sUrrwnr time. At jirccisely that hour, by the uresent standard time, all trains and en trines. including switch-engines, must come to a standstill for 18 minutes, wher ever they may l)e, and all watches and clocks of all employes must be turned hack 18 minutes, w hich will lis the new standard time. ( Hher instructions ' are given in the circular with regard to the manner of adopting the new system of time not necessary hern to print. Thk stockholders of the Kast Tennessee, Virginia- and Georgia Railroad Company met in annual session ut Jxiioxville Wed nesday. The annual reports show the revenues for the vear from all sources to lie 50,770,734, anil operating expenses :,3s:.,702, a net revenue of $1,3i:,,052. The number of miles of road operated is l().H(i. A new ISoard of Jireetors were elected as follows: F.. W. Cole, C. S. Hryce, Samuel Thomas, George I. Senev, L. J. Sunford. 11. C. l-'ahnestock, JohtiT. Mar tin, .S. II. It. l.vman, Hvnry Kink, George Scott, ('. M. "SlcGhee, J. M. Johnston, Samuel Shcthar, K. II. Richard and Geo. K. liaker. There were represented at the meeting J27,20! shares of ,sti)ck. The directors elected ollicers Thursday. The company has bought 100 acres of land in the suburbs of Knnxville, on which the railroad shops for the entire system of the Kiuit Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia rail road will be erected. The shops now in the center of the city will be removed to the new location. Tendered Iff. Meiarnntion. Citti Ai.o, November 10. James C. Krti est, general passenger agent of the Chicago, St. Ixiuisnud I'itlsburg, lias tendered bis resignation. -Wrecked by a Ilrokon Rail. CiiAri ANiMiiiA, November 10. Last night the south-bound accommodation on the Alabama Great Southern railroad struck li broken rail near l'arkursville, Ala. Three cars were Uirown down an embankment. tcveral persons were seri ously injured. ( ollNloa on the '., 11. A Q. Ottw., In.., November 10. The south bound passenger train and a freight on the ( Incag'i, ivtirliugtoii ami tiuiicv collnleil tins afternoon near Streator. Kmr per sons were killed, Mrs. Henderson and daughter, of I'aylnii, III., bring of the nuiiiher. Several others were injured. Kt'pnir Mliopaj llnmcd. I'.osTuN, Novi'inlier 10. -The Itoston and 1'rovidenee railroad repair shops took fire this morning and hall the storehouse, tw large m iehiue shops and boiler shop wore almost totally destroyed. The boilerhouse rontaineil itio hollers unit engine wlncli furnished power for them nil. Four hun dred men are latit of employment. Ixiss, $L'0ll,IMH. ' Wrecked I'y t'enilrlu. Dallas, Ticv.., November 10. The south bound passenger train on the Houston and texas Central jinupeil the track ilurinz the nigjit just north of Choctaw, precipitating the engine, haggago ana express cars through the trestle, killing the fireman mid severely injuring the engineer, ha; utugw ami express inessengers. M is ru mored that convicts empliived as lahore placed the track in such u condition us to Ciinse the v reek. FINANCE AND TRADE. Bankers report an active demand for money and full bp to the supply lor local use only.' Kates of discount are very firm -lower rates not beinjf asked-, fqr nor ex pected. Exchange on all eommercial cenr: ters is in abundant -supply, and Alemplus exchange in demand at neighboring cities. liankers also report an easier movement n exchange the current season than has leen experienced in the history of the Memphis financial market. 1 he demand for Taxing-District compromise bonds coi tinues brisk, and holders are refusingbids of advances above . previous quotations. Nothing doing comparatively in other se curities. ' - : There was an increased activity on the cotton market'yesterday, the tone continue ing steady and the ofliclal quotations re garded as the. actual value and upon which transactions were supposed to be based. Local receipts showed a considerable ex cess over any day since last Mondayv-afid the total receipts at this port, lo9,0o bales, were the largest on record at this date of the season. A ' few regard this item as an index of a greater yield than has as yet been anticipated, bat -otheTs take into - consideration the- differ ence between the date ' of " first re ceipts this season and other rears with which comparisons are made, and contend that it has no significance as to the total yield. F.sti mates made yesterday of prob able total receipts at this port this season, ranged between 425,000 and 475,000 bales, while last year the receipts footed up' over 500,000 bales. The market closed wirti middling at 92c, and sales of,100 bales- 1400 to exporters and 1 700to spinners. Re ceipts were 5123 bales, shipments 3318 lialea, leaving stock- on hand 72,41X1 bales. Of the receipts OOfi bales were by steamer and 530 bales by wagons; and of the ship ments 2489 bales were by rail. New York spots closed firm, with middling quoted at 10 7-l(c. New York futures closed easy, witu current deliveries quoted at 10.44(5; 10. 40, and other months declined 2 to 4 points. New Orleans spots closed steady, with middlingquotcd at 10 l-10c. New Orleans futures closed steady, with November quoted at 10.13T10.14 bid, and other months declined 0 to 7 points. Liver pool spots closed (steady at 5J6d, witl sales of 10,000 bales, of w hich 0500 bales were American. Liverpool futures closed barely steady, with Novembers Cl-64d. Stock on band November 10th, 4:14,000 bales, against 4:18,000 same day last week. Total receipts at all United States port yesterday, 33,10 bales. There is little change to note in general trade, there being the usual activity no Front street yesterday, l'rovisious are re ported steady, with prices slightly reduced Prices are given in detail below, leading articles ruling as follows: Corn, 5(VfN5itc; cornuieal,$3(i5;flour,$: 50(3)7 25; chick ens, $1 753 75; turkeys, $7(15;- eggs, 2.'lc; mess pork, $12 25;, lard, Sifnl'ic by the tierce; butter, 15(S20o for country, and 5?735c for creamery. The following were the imports and exports as taken from the boards of the Merchants' Ex change yesterday: IMPORTS. One hundred and fifty-five brls apples, !KS tea bacon and hams, 250 sks bran, S brls beans, 32 pkgs butter, 515 bu corn, 14 cars cotton-seed, 0020 sks cotton-seed, 30 pkgs cheese, 033 sks collee, 5 lid cattle, 0 pkgs eggs, 1232 brls Hon, 1 lid hogs, 007 bales hay, 2 cars hay, 134 pkgs lard, 0 cars lum her, 124 pkgs liquors, 215 brls meal, SO brls molasses, 2 cars oats, 0 sks oats, H brls onions, 35 brls potatoes, 8 cars bulk pork, 200 brls sugar, 158 pkgs tobacco. EXPORTS. seller 00. lows: OOTCftHMBirrS. 4s, Pacific M of 1890, 130H OKDS. 1. Irrrtn.llS. T. P. land rrnU, 50'i. Erie ncondr. 9i. T. P. Rio Q. di.. 76S- Uuiithi WUke.,3l J. V. P. firsts, 15S. uisiana. consuls, 7J'4. t. l . una Rrnui, 17. 6, 1U. V. r. sink, tuna, 17. Virginia 6s. 3d. Vs. con.. six-m.,4. V. consols fl, 8. Missouri St. Juceeh. Ut). Ft. P.iS.C.fin.ts, US Teno.os, old. 3S. Tenn. 6s. new. i. STOCKS. Adams Express. 132. Mobile 4 Ohio, 11. Allegheny Central, 12. Morris k Essex, 123. Alton k Terre 11.. io. Nash. A Chat., oti1-,. T. H. Did. WJ. H. Jf ventral. M -i. American Express, 91. N. k W. pfd., Uy,. II . r. H A X.. St. ' Northern Pacific 29' i. Canada Southern. North'n Pao. pfd., CnntrAl Piutifm. tjTVi. Nnrthwastjtrn. l'S. CbeeapeakesVOhio, 15-i.Northwestem pfd., -V'4 Closing quotations were as fol- k O. 1st nfd. Z7. C. 0.2dpfd,17K. Chieajro Alton, 133. C. k A. pfd, Hr. C..B. AQ.,27. Ch.,St. L. k N.0..S2. St. LIP., l.i. C.,8t. L. 4 P. pfd. 38. C, Han. k C..3H. k c. r4. Del. A Hud., 6. LKI. St ULCK., Denver k Kio U., 21'-4-Erie, 2S. - Erie pfd, 76. East Tennessee, 64. East Tenn. plil, U. Fort Wayne, i n. Uannibnl4Bt.Joe.3&. If. A St. .T. pfd, SSV uarieni, r.H. . Houston k Texas. fS0 Illinois Central. 1.. . B. k Vt.. J2 V.. Kansas k Texas, 24. K.- V..rl I'.nlr.l llT' I Ohio Central, Ohio k Mississippi, 27?s. Ohio A Miss., pfd., SO. Ontario k Western. Wi. Oreion Trans., 4. - Pacific Mail, 4Ua. Panama, US. P., D. k K..V. l'ittsbnrc, Pullman Pal. Car, 21. Readmit, 52. Kock Island, 122. st. l. as. P., a;. St. L. A S. V. pfd.. 45. St.L.AS.P.lst pfd.,W. St. Paul, WtJi. 6t. Paul pfd., 118. St. P., W. k M , . 6t. Paul A Omaha, 37. St. Paul A 0. pfd.,1. Texas Pacific, fcP-S. Union Pacific, ST:. -IT S. Exiiress. 57. W. St. It. A P..-21S. Lake Erie AVest..23U. W. St. L. A P.. 3&- Lake Shore, l'i. Wells AFargo's Ex.. 14. Lonisr. A Nash., 00. Western Union, 79'. L., N. A. A Chi., :. Ilomcstake, S'i. Mar. A Cin. 1st pfd, 10. Iron Silver. 215. Mar. A Cin. 2d pfd, 5. "Ontario, SI. Mem. A Charleston. 40. Quicksilver, HO. Michigan Central, Quicksilver pfd.. 30. Minn. A St. L., 21H. tSowthern Pacific, Minn. A St. L.pfd. 41J4. tSutro, . Miasoari Pacific. 96. -"Asxea. T.o sales. Transactions m follows: aggregated 28,800 shares, 5.0)10 Lackawanna. H.l) Lake Shore, ft.!) Northwestern, 24.UU0 Union Pacific V..W) Erie. A.usj Louis. A Nash., 24.OI0 St. Paul. 29,uu0 Oregon Transcon. New Oki.kans, November 10. Sight ex change on New York par. Sterling ex change bankers' bills, 482. Losnox, November 1G. Consols, 101 15-16; Illinois Central, 1371: Pennsyl vania Central, 61 1; New York Central, 121j; trie, 301; Keading, 20. Paris, November 10. Iientes, 77f. 65c, THE COTTON MARKETS. The local market opened and closed steady, with quotations unchanged, fciales, 3100 bales 1400 to exporters, 1700 to spin ners. Week's, sales 18,250 bales for ex port 10,950 bales, for spinners 7300 bales, ,. lesterday , Thursday urainary Good 0rdinary.... , Low Middlinf .....MM...W, Middling Good Middlings w Middling Fair Fair on colors ana austy, y'Ulc lower. COTTON STATEMENT. MuiirinB, November lti, 1883. Stock September 1. 1SSL 8.41 lelleceived to-dsy . 5,12:1 ueceived previously. ..................1M.M2 16S.24U 8'i - " s ) llk- ....w; .non. 9'i in Piom , 3,31 S . 92.177 IK! 95.747 Fffty-tliree brls apples, 304 rlls bagging, 7 b'8 b:un and hams, 12 sks, bran 2 brls beans, 3 pkgs butter, 91 pkgs cheese, 00 sks collee, 2 pkgs eggs, 10 brls Hour, 16 bales hay, 3 hu horses and mules, .137 bills iron ties, 00 pkgs lard, Hears lumlier, 52 pkgs liquors, 23 brls meal, 24 brls mo lasses, 70 kgs nails, 12 sks oats, 13 brls onions, 08 brls potatoes, 4 cars bulk pork, 2 brls packed pork, 1 lilid sugar, 45 brls sugar, (8 pkgs tobacco, 15 bu wheat. Messrs. Imboden & 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: I Cash KuriMBgR. 1CC. 16 I lr li I l." Jan. ! in i is ! Hi 1". r) .MM I SS 1 N M F. If f ' II A TS. WICK HAM, LM 1.01) EX r .-. .tt.Tr . .-ia irj . 4 MZikX fliA kJnius COMMISSION MERCHANTS OFFICE, F.XC11AN0B BLILDINO, E4ans:iM Vlty, MIsonrI. I r m i nttrntlow pnll in option rlr mm rxsMirif. J. Q. SCHMIDT. TMP0KTKK and lealer in tluns, Killes, Pis- 1 t"l. Aininunition ami or rccid'-nces. run Viliin Jlninslrn-l. K lectrwi Hell II iiicim t K 01 l-i'rvnl 000,1s Tackle, ;H for hotels Wheat.No.2Kd Wi Wt'sVi S'lSi SK 87 !...!. Corn, No. 2 W.4i;t7'Z :tsVi :W .Ti'J ' 'Ss'i Hate, No. 2.. NOVRMBRK. MOVEMENTS OF ORATX Kecoipts. 16th I 15th I lflth SliipmenUi 15th I ltUh Stock. Shipped to-day Shipped previously uome consumption 10 date.... Stock, running account ., Thus far this week 2K.2H5 Thus fur last week 30,(192 bince September 1st. l.'y,7(o Memphis and Charleston Rnil rood . . Misnissippi and Tennessee Kailrosd Louisville and Nashville k (). S. Railroad. Memoliis and Little Hock Railroad Chesapeake, Ohio audti. W. Haiiroad . Steamers agous and other sources .... Total .. leuort. Thus far this week ... Thus far la.tweek bmce September 1st 73: 1.4- tssi 550 5,123 17,927 1H.743 . 9 ,4! l.:ni 4ul S-K1 122 929 Memphis and Charleston Railroad MisKiippi an-1 Tenncsee Railroad Louisville and Nashville k G. S. Railroad.. t'heuteiike, Ohio and W. Railroad.. Steamers north Total. 3.31S The New York spot market opened nrm, iieni iiigner; at 12:10, dull; at 2:15 firm, closing firm, with quotations tin r hanged, i-ales, S05 bales. Contracts, 300 bales. Ulosinj; quotations: Yestcrilny Thursday orainary s 3-ih s l Uoad Ordinary. 9 7-lli 9 7-1 l.nw Midilliutt lt 1-1S 10 1-M MidillinK 1(1 7-M K 7-lrt Oiiod Middlinit 10 11-lli II) 11-1(1 Middling Fair 11 5-lii ' 11 S-M tair 12 l-(i 12 1-1 The New York future market 0iened steady at advance; at 10:37, firm; at 1 1 :."1, quiet and easy ; at 12:20, quiet ; at 1 :42. barely steady, at 2:42. steady, clos ing easy. ' Sales, S0.000 bales. Closing quotations: . Yesterday Thursday January Nui9lo.70 10.72'10.7:t February III.Mntlll.tH 10.X710.8H .March 111. 9i'l l.ial ll.H2f April ll.12u.ll.13 ll.4dir.lS May ....11.2:.ill.2t ll.JH.i.11.27 .Tune U.35a.ll.3u ll.37csll.3S July.- 11 .4du.ll.4T 11 .49(41 l.ro) Auiriit ll.rwVwll.ST 11.5S(.11.0() kweptember is . - October.. 34,000 bu ; shipments, 14,000 bu. Corn weaker; No. 2 mixed, 37(5,371c, cash ; 30 Jc. November ;'35io.t he jemr ; receipts, 13,000 bu ; shipments, 13,000 bu. Oats steady, 23c New Orleans. November 16. Flour dull and nominal family, $4 604 75'; higher grades, JwV 3 02J. Corn in good demand ; yellow and mixed, 01c; white, 02c. Oate easier, 37(a 38c. Cornmeal quiet and weak, 4off 2 50. Hay dull ; common, S12(fvl4 ; rime. 15 . 50Ya,lti 50: choice. l.Va,19. kice in good demand; Liouisiana, ordinary to prime, 4iojc. . . Baltimore, November 16. Flour steady and firm ; Howard street and Western superfine, &5('(.5; extra, $3 75(3450; family, $5(;5 75. Wheat Vesterniiigher, clos ing easier and dull; No. 2 winter, red, spot and November, $1 0tH; 1 08J ; Decem ber, $1 OOJfgl 09 ; January, $1 115(S 1 11 ; February, SI 14(k1 14 . Corn Western about steady but dull ; mixed, spot, 57 jfS; tne year, oi(ai jc; January, ot)() i c;. steamer, 53c bid. Oats higher but qniet; Western" white, 3)41c; mixed, 37(5 39c; Pennsylvania, 35c. Rye quiet and firm. oiwAsc. Iiay dull; prime to choice l'ennsvlvania and Man-land, $13 (3-15. J . Toledo, November 16. Wheat easier and quiet ; No. 1 white, $1 09 ; No. 2 white, 9i)Jc;No. 2 red, cash, $1 03J1 07; No- yember, 10:4 asked; December, 1 Oo; January $1 00J ; February, $1 08 j ; May, $1 13J ; No. 3 red, $1 00i( 1 05. Corn dull and lower; high mixed, 55c asked; No. 2, cash. 54 Ac: November. 521c: December. o0;c; January, 4gc; May, 52 jc; rejected, 51(51i; no grade, 48W4Sc. Oats quiet but steady; o. 2, cash or November, 30?c : December, 31 Jc asked ; . January, 321c; May, 35c bid. Clover dull; 15c lower ; prime, cash or November S5 80 : De cember, i) 80; January,); No. 2, 5HPw, St. Loris, November 16. Flour un changed. Wheat lower but slow; No. 2 red, $1 OOJejl 01 S cash, $1 00 bid No vember and the vear; $1 02 December, SI 04J(S 1 041 January, $1 00 February, S?l lUid-l 10i May; No. 3 red, 94(o-Sltic. Corn lower, 44(oj44Jc cash, 44c November, 42c December, 42i(ff 42ic the year, 42S (423c January, 46Jc May. Oats finner; 2ti(326c cash and December, 271(5.27c January, 31 5(5)31 ic Mav. Rye nominal. 51fc52c. Barley dull, 50(f 70c. Flaxseed hrni at $1 3a. Iday prairie, 98 50(2)10 50 ; timothy, sio. Uran, t2c at mill. Receipts Flour, 4000 brU; wheat, 40, 000 bu ; corn, 40,000 bu ; oate, 12,000 bu ; rye, 0000 du; Daney, ou.000 bu. Ship ments Flour, 13,000 brls; wheat, 13,000 bu; corn 9000 bu; oats. 1000 bu: rve. none; oaney, 4000 du. Chicago, November 16. Flour dull and unchanged. Regular wheat in fair de mand and easier; opened a shade easier, declined Jc, rallied d-lWff jc, due partly to the advance in provisions, later declined Jc, and closed jc under yesterday; sales December, 90978c, closed 9Cc; Janu ary, j(n!yjc, closed 9 jc ; i ebruary, 98 (-!,y9ic, closed 98Jc; May, $1 041fnM 05J, closed t?l 04J; No. 2 red winter, rl( l 05, depending on location. Corn steady with a lair demand ; prices . fluctuated with a range of (!ic, and closed Jc lower than yesterday; sales ranged cash, 49(W.4!ic, closed 49(o4U4c; November, 49(49ic closed 49c; December, 484(a;48Jc, closed 48j48c ; the year, 48 J4tt,c, closed 48ic ; January, 47348iSc, closed 47jc ; February, 47i47ic, closed 47 Jc; May, 51(5,51 i; closed 51 Jc. Oats firm with a good sample trade ; very little speculation ; sales ranged cash and November, 28 jc ; December and January, 2W;t29jc, closed 29c; May, 32t(i 32jc, closed 32ic. Rye dull, 5ric. Barlev in fair demand and firm, t2(5M2-lc. Call. Wheat sales, 1,500,000 bu ; De cember and February declined Jc; Mav advanced Jc. Corn sales, 520,000 bu ; un changed. Oats sales, 70,000 bu ; Decem ber advanced tc. Iteceipts Flour, 14,000 brls ; wheat, 103, 000 bu ; corn, 191,000 bu ; oate, 80,000 bu ; rye, 1 8,0(X1 bu; barlev, 80,000 bu. Ship ments Flour, 12,000 "brls; wheat, 27,000 bu; corn, 310,000 bu; oats, 95,000 bu .rye, 3200 bu ; barley, 28,000 bu. appear to result from some strange miscon ception when they cannot be regarded aa resulting from any -such cause. The re serves which previous abundance has left have sometimes afforded the explanation of very low rates in a subsequent season, This was the case in 1875, but it can hardly be the case now, for the year 18S2, if fairly favorable, -on the whole was by no means a season of universal plenty. English merchants, indeed, are stated to hold between 4.000.000 and 6, 000,000 quarters of foreign wheat, French mercliants as much and Dutch merchants no inconsiderable quantities, but the de of 1882 wheat are scattered over the world, but whether 5.000,000, 10,000,000 or 20, 000,000 quarters of old wheat will be wanted, and therefore salable during the cereal twelve months inaugurated in Sep tember. Now there is always a certain quantity of old wheat in demand and always a certain quantity carried over from one year to another. So we cannot fairly reckon that the nations will eat up before the 31st of August .next all the wheat grown in 1883. There are the I'nited Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy with a population of some 130,000,000, there are Germany, Austria, Russia and southeast ern Euroe with a population of some 160,000,000. There is a wheat-consuming population of over 50,000,000 in North America. The stocks of old wheat in hand are certainly not excessive for 600,000,000 people. They represent safety but not abundance, and they therefore suggest that the prices warranted by abundance cannot long continue to prevail. Receipts Wheat, 103,210bu; corn, 190,- 564 bu ; hogs, 33,000 bead. Shipments Wheat, 27,274 bu; corn, 316,790 bu ; hogs (official yesterday), 4235head. Price of hogs, $4 203 05. ST. LOriS PRODUCE AS D PROVINIOBI HAltKETS. Special to the Appeal. St. Louis, November 16. This has been the most quiet and uninteresting day ex perienced in the market this season. There seemed to be no animation in any depart ment of trade. The most important fea ture noticeable was the general downward tendency of values, especially in corn, wheat and lard.. The only exceptions were oats and pork, both of which realized the shadow of an advance in both spot and future transactions. The day's details are as follows: Corn opened on bids of 44c, rose to 44 jc, and fell to and closed at 44c. Year opened at 42 jc, and closed at 42c, with very little doing. January opened at 42jc, and closed at 42fc. Wheat opened at $1 OOJ, rose to $1 00,, and closed at $1 OOJ. Year opened on bids of $1 00, which were accepted at the close. January opened on bids of $1 04 S, which were reduced at noon to $1 04, and closed at $1 04i realized. Oats opened on bids of 26c, rose to 2tUc, and closed at 26c. Bids of 26c rejected for year at the opening were accepted at the close. January opened and closed at 27ic. Pork closed at $11 50, the loss of Thurs day recovered. Lard opened at 7 35 and closed at 40. Clear rib sides opened at $6 25 and Helena.. RIVER NEWS. tTUIUS LBAVIX. THIS DAY. - t -Dai Adaks. Lee, S p.m. St.FraaeisRiTar.Rnrt Macmidy, Joplin, S p.m. Arkansas Rirer.ioi Prrcaat, Kowlaud. 6 p.m. Kew Orleans CrrT Batox Roiei, Bixby,6pm. Padueah H. A. Ttlsb, Massenrale, 12 m. 8U3TDAI, MONDAY AND TUESDAY. White Rirer Joaia Haau, Sunday. a.m. . Vieksbun- CovnoairKALTH, Bandar ,10 a.m. St- Lomia .-..Oitt or Caio, Sunday , 10 a.m. Friars Point Jaiiu Lea. Monday. S P.m. Arkansu City.KATE Adahs, Monday. 3 n.m. . Oseeola .Coaboha, Monday. 6 n.as. Hales Point..OAroao, Monday, 8 n.m. Yiekiburf K. W. Col. TocUy,5 p.m. ' .Uubt Fkaxc, Tnoaday, Ssj.ni. Co Millab. Tnesday, 5 .m. . HOVKMKSTtt AT THE LEVEE. Arrival. James Lee, Friars Point: Citv of Providence, Yicksburg; Coahoma, Os ceola ; Arkansas City, St. Louis. Departure. Arkansas City. icksbure: James Lee, Friars Point ; Coahoma, Osce ola ; City of Providence, St. Louis. Boat in Port. Joe Peters and H. A. Tyler. Jloat inu Down. l nomas Sherlock and Citv of Baton Kouge. - Boat Due I p. Bene - Mac ready. Dean Adams, Josie Harry. Will Kvle and Citv of Cairo. Keeetipl TeMerdajr. City of Providence 5 bales cotton and 4300 sks seed. Arkansas City 26 bales cotton and 2674 pkgs merchandise. James Ijco 112 bales cotton. 28 bes seed-cotton, 1070 sks seed and 31 pkgs merchandise. Coahoma 95 bales cotton, 34 bira seed- cotton, 230 sks seed, 3 hd cattle and lot sundries. I FUTURE MOVEMENTS. The Will Kyle. Capt. Lew Kates, is due up for Cincinnati. The Cons Millar, Capt. J. M. Cheno- weth, is the Tuesday packet for Cincinnati. the Gavoso, Capt. W. P. Hall, is the packet Monday evening for f Isles Point and the upper bends. Tue Lee-Line packets Monday evenim? are the James Lee for Friars t'oint, and the Coahoma for Osceola. The K. W. Cole. Cant. Frank Kllison. is the regular packet Tuesday evening for Yicksburg and all way points. The Anchor-Line packets to-uiorrow morning are the Commonwealth for Yicksburg, and City of Cairo for St. Louis. The great cotton carrier lienry Frank, Capt. J. F. Hicks, will arrive Monday and leave Tuesday evening for New Orleans and all way landings. The O.-Lino packet Thomas Sherlock, Capt. John S. Patterson, is due down to day bound for New Orleans. William F. Mclntyre is in her office. She will trim on IS inches of water, draw ing 15 inches forward and 19 aft, and has caacity for 1600 bales of cotton. Her officers are Capt. Ed Nowland, command er; James N.Thompson, chief clerk, as sisted bv tlus Young; Ihive Chapman and Mat "Downs, pilots; Wm. F. Boland, first engineer, and J.J. Curlin, second en gineer; Thomas Kellv, mate; .Silas Alney, carpenter; Lorenio Isow, steward; John koal, watchman, and John Ager, bar keeper. The Joe Peters will start out for Arkansas river on her first trip at 5 o'clock this afternoon, going as high as Pine Bluff, ad will leave here regularly every Satur day hereafter. WCATHES AXD RIVERA. - Ornca Siosal 6aanc, IT. S. A., . Mixrma, lass., Korember lti, 1883. The following observations are taken at the sane moment of ttmn 11:1)6 p.m.) at all th stations named : AIX COTTOX I.VSI HKI. 1 S.U'KS FURXIKircD. Xos. 75-77-79-Sl-S8-S5JVnuce street. N. W. SPEEBS, Jr., PROPRIETOR. The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GIN In Hie r My. The best Sample and Yield Guaranteed. Cairo Chattanooga Cincinnati . Davenport Labaqu... Fort Smith.. Helena Keokuk -LaCrose. Leaven wo th Little Kock Loutville Memphis Nashville eNewO' leant! Omaha Pittfburfr J chreveport St. Louis St. Paul Vickubur Above low water. Feet 14 "30" Inch Chances. Riae. J Fall. &MMITT4 -CO. Feet I Inch I Feet Inch WHOLES AXE 2 10 1 11 1 -. T. Grocer is, C o tt o n F a c t o r s 'AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 230 Front street, : Meinuhls. Teiinefu.ee. UBEBAL ADTAXfEA MADE 0!V C'OXSIttNMEHTS. J. 1L JtMFX Cnaw tolfumHit. I W. W.J.nttlX Cwwry Knlmtwn Below hich-water mark. 1874. Wheeling, November 16. River 8 feet 2 inches, and fall. nr. Weather clear and cold. Night River 7 feet 8 inchc,and fallinc Weather oiear ana eoia l'lTTSBrKG. November Ki. Noon River 4 -feet 9 inches, and full. nit. Weather clear and cold. Night River feet t inchf a. and fallinc Weather clear and cold. CiscixxATi.November 10. Noon River 17 feet, and stationary. Weather clear and cold ; thermometer 2. Arrived: Vint Shinkle. Mem- nhin. Night River 17 feeU and fallinc. Weather clear and cold. No arrivaU or departure ex cept lwcal pa.'ket. Kv ansvi LLE,November 1 6 Noon Ri ver fallinc. with li 2-10 feet on the paujre. Weather clear and cold: thermometer:!' Arrived: t'ha ilorgan, Cincinnati. Night River fallinc. with OZANNE, DEMON; &IC0MPANY. lh feet on the era; thermometer lb to 32. Departed: t'harle. Mor- Weather clear and o arrivals except id: ;or- ical can, Aew Orleans. packeU. LouisviLLE,November 16. Noon River falling. with 7 feet 10 inches in the canal. and -H feet 10 incho? in the chute on the falls Business dull. Weather clear and cold. No arrivals or departure". Night River fulling, (with i feet; ID inches in the canaP and 5 feet 8 iuche in the : chute on the fall s. Weather clear and cool. le 1 parted: Belle fchreveport, Cincinnati. Cairo, November 16. Noon River 21 root 4 inches, and ruing. Weather elear&nd com; thermometer 14J. Arrived : CMtvof Baton Roure. St. Louia. 11 a.m No departures. Night River 22 feet, and rising. Weather clear and cold; thermometer 20". Arrived: .laytiouldand barges, St. Loaii, 4 p.m. : City of New Orleans, New Or- 3D 130,000 TOR $2. Kesalar Monthly itrsntlnsi nil takeptneeln lh. Masnnls Halt. Mssi.n. tcjei.l Bulldlni, in L.inl-i ille, K't.s TbiinatlHy. .o?iulMr ls:i. A l.swf.l lsifswry simcI t'nlr Draalaii. harlvr-tt bv the lsislature nf Kenlucay itil t.ie. ie-lareil leral tT lh. highest t'olirt in Itni State. iimd aiveu to Henry eounty in the sum t Hl.ill lr lb. runit payin.nt uf all prises M. A ltfvlaloss lis MIskIo KtimlMsr lra srEvery tiket-hulder hi, own sutwenrisor. can ealt ut lite nam her in his ticket and sr. th. eurr..rondiiiK number on the ts i14el in th. wheel In his presence. The. Itra.inr will oe rur on the lat Tburswlay of every utunfh. Ken J the mncnini-ent Katrmlvrr lis'krsnrt 1 Pris. .4 . 1 Pri.. . Iiu-i 1 rriM I Prise. each K Prise, l.issi eat h is) Prises .Sill each Vl Prises li each Prit.s ftu ssrh )ii,es VII each. Pii UHM I 10 .ach... .S.IHfc .S.llrtil M.us lll.is lll.- lll.U". APPROXIMATION' PRIZKS. Prises ! arh Ptii.s each Prises lis." each 2,T-' Hut STOVKS,RAXGKS TINWARE, C'linndflierM, Lamps, Oils, Coal-Hods, Vnses Agatc-witr. Cnl lor j, Kl, Main Street, 0p. oisrl Mejnatv, NtJMPHIN .. ..TESSlJtNKE or. ASK YOUR DEALER FOR 1 PrUM . 4110.4 U lisl TleheK I llnr Tlrkrtt, l. JT Tickctn. I i-y fits). rKcmit Mouey or Bank 1'rMll in Letter, or Send by Kxprenn. Iix't kkmi kv 1U(.isikhku Lkttkr oi iNmToi-ricii Orurh. until turthor no tice. Orders of ' and upward. Iy KxiTfK. enn be sent at ur exicn-e. Allrvpn all ortlcr-t.. J. J. iHUt; LAS, LouimiIIc, Ky., Or to Vn. t V f1 tVi'rt lrrrt. 1rmt.tu. T'Min. HFHU IN.U.. Cure without Mi Wi citie. Itttcntcd tK thie leans. p.m. ici'snea : v uv i nawin nuuge. m rm New Orleans, 3 p. ui. ; Piasa Memphis. 4 p.m. 1 ! STEAMBOATS. .. V Special Notice to Shippers. j I rpHE Strs. COAHOMA and DEAN IP"" S J Vsl The Rene Macready, Capt. . K. Joplin, id the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all poiuta on 8t Francis river. A. L. Ban ning and C. A. Ktockley are her clerks. The Citv of Baton Routre. CaDt. II. E. Bixby, is the Anchor-Line packet this evening at 6 o'clock for New Orleans and all intermediate points. J. C. Klton is her clerk. The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark K. Ckeek, is the United States mail packet Mondav evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas Citv and all way landings. K. W. Outlaw "is in charge of her office. The new steamer Joe Peters. Caut. Ed Nowland, will leave this evening at 5 o clock for all points on Arkansas river. n U rccolvc any frifcht rtr ft orlork. .nt. . a yi r. ir. r.. .IR.. MiTtenntcntiffijr. FOR NEW ORLEANS. For Vlrkabursr, Statches. Kew CtrlejiBS. sou all wstjr landlntra fjteamer IffsksiMV Bim. aw t r mmm J. F. Hicks master. t'Smtf Jjeares ssstHivs i I Mor. auth, at . p.m. or irciaut or pa.sare apply to K. K. TIH'.M AS. Aircnt. Ma.lison .t. FOR PADCCAH. IT PEKrrMIW THK BREATH, Al Pit. KMTISSX As t l.tllMI TIU TKETII XT HAS NO EQUAL. The Trade Nupssliesl bjr IMdlisa; WbolrHMlf DrnslKUtis, llnnn ! sire-tlssier of Me-tnyHit.. t X. J. VIKKKA. 1. A. nARTMAXTt. A. .B,, VI KXXA X CO. IMI'OKTEKS AND 1KAL$R.4 lts ( J mis, HUloRy, i-uiTTiTiiit Ion V-IIXW TACKLE, , -o. :ll.l Mailt alrt'l, louipkisu rpilK t.lraest nn.l Host Asrtin.nt In theoity. I '1'hf Irttfie .iiT,,.hil St .,w.t prine. MISt'KI.I.AXKOrs. imisshi:is-s sAi.K OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, AT SKSHIT, DESOTO CO., MISS. i Snco iii I Cnminimionrr ly npp.tintmcnt of the hnnnruMc judtn1 uf the I'humery Court nf PcKnto cuuuly. I will, on I'rtilMy.Ihe 7 Hi slny of DoflfiaUfr Kst, in the town of ohit, IVxoto county, sell to the 4hteht and tcit Itnl-ler, the vuluabla ilnttitioit nml l.iwn loin of the late Thomti Ncxbit. ilt- rip'l, lOtUHtrit iminctlisio'.:' on the line nf SMf- ttMiiii. ami T.'nm railrtl. rirhtoen till e from the nty of Mvinplno. Tito thriving lotto of Net. hi I i lofHtf .1 on thii liitl, ainl a nimil'Oi uf htiiini) nml rtiilniM ltf will ut iiirlioloil in ihianrilo. 'L'tttt ltir.il will I'ci.'M in nult.li vii-ion raniiinir from oiit? In riirhtF 'rit. There i a Inrnw at li l til lift hlu d Wi'li i n W with HrlMI'rV DUl hu, aanUn, onh:vrtl. tr., with vfral unnllor ilweUintro. wliuh will n moII nrparalelv t'onveniont to Mmnhi, with rixnl irhool, fertil, oil ami an uiiiisnalljr bfltliv location, tliu roni- tiinhic alvani:ft:M ftrly otU'nni to raon tie- iruiff a homt'. lorinM tUlf ih, halnnw In twetra month with 'is tn-r 1011 1. iiitirt)i, with n lien reiaine! for halanca of i.ur hiMt fio-ncy. tnl wilhin law lul hour. M. H. Ji'N t'oniiiinfinnir. EEB Sl CO PRODUCE COMMISSION MKKCH'JiTS A plea, I'OtttlOtHt, OlltOIIH. illiliiCC, ItiUlor, i'ltrosic, 11 rM liny, i ni, OlttM, Itruu. lMir. I'Mper IImkh, V.ic. 326-328 Front St., Memphis. jriUtw2VKI..lrV TYPE FOOSDKV, 1 Tin atrrn, C'; isiaaaH, OMsx ALLISON or S TITH. Tb. t-rp. n which this twaiwee 1. pctnUd In front Um stwa.. Wodry.--Ku. A irtAu l'lcoutor'ai Sale. "TK will orT.-r IW wile en the Olh Si ny of W lleremlier, IMt, hetwrt-n the ki-urs of 10 a'rloi k a.m. and :i.m.,the sileml.i nlsnta tinn of Pr. 1. K. (ilMit. deiwrust-J. situated in (itienlen wminrv. Ark., on the Mempbi. and 1. title lt.-K rHtlrta-l, and flv. miles Irum th Mifisiii river. The llf runlama over ts"J acres; between wiilU and acres und.r a niah state uf rultivation. The halaiir. well timbered with oak, ash, cum and eynrews. eon-'idorable f the Utter, and suiriir in oualiiy. The iniprov. tnents consist of a d.ellinchi.ii. with six rooms, sinokchous. anl olht r lulldiujr. The iurters are in fiiir rei-air. (Ii.ad l,nrn and splendid .-in. house, il acres in an orchard of weil-relected am-lc. Tue f inhou.. and dwcllicr are juht n. soil, from Kdrmjiidson, the station .n tU. rail road, where il.er. is un express otlico, telccraidi oAc, bustofflc. and dsily-niail, tve asscnw.-.r trains nr. . several rrelaUt every 4er til of which stop at this station, much tot,. at,br.cijted, en aliiing natties roMainah. to visit M.4.y't, .aril' ia the iny and rviuiw home the sum. .Ten. PasKetittvr trains Mamuhi. 1 ..'nU-k a m and 4:4(1 p.m. Terms oral-One-third .ask. .ne-tMrd In on. 1 y.r. and ... third in two yeaes, lia a H.a on i .the place for the balance of the purehas. niun.yt the notes to bear leal innsreait. . I'osses-ion will twe riv.ii lraniediat.lr If re nnired. I will meet anyone at th. station who may d.slr. to so. tli. place befor. tb. day of aL. if notified. This is a rare opiwortuniiy to pur chase a tin. Plantation at a treat bargain, for th. ai. will positively uk. place on th. plantation .tw..n th. hours and date aoove mentioned. Forfurlher information address 1). K Gilvsoa.tr., Kdmond.nn. Ark ., or l)r. Vt'm. I,. Slack. Friars feint. Mis. MR?. E M.iilHS'iN. Ei.culna. l. &. OlBbON, Exeaur. - l.Mh Wheat :tMX"- lHm) 1UidO! S40iii)417lin aWKIO Corn I irsoiai1 mull l:isil 7i)l samoi Mrnt) emu I ! amul ltsiui louul :vl aumi Tlte Chicago market reports, awonling to the Api-kal'h dmpaU'hes, show that pork closed at $10 03 for cash, $10 95 for December, $11 67J for January; lard, 7 57 for cash, $7 5'-' J fur December, and $7 dL' for January; clear rib sides, partly t nred,ere$10 for cash, $3ii2J for De cember and $3 90 for January ; corn closed at for cash, 48Jc for December, 47Jc for J anuary, and 51 Jc for May ; wheat closed at '.Hjjc for cash, Otijc for December, 07o for January, and $1 04f for May ; oatn closed at 2Pic for January, and 32 Jo for May,- - Pt. Ijais specials quote corn closed at 44c for cash, 42 jc for January, and 42c for year; wheat closed at $1 OOJ for spot $1 00 for year, ami $1 04& for January ; nata closed at 20c for spots, 20cfor year, and l'7jc for January; pork, $11 50; lartl,$7 40; t:lcar rib sides. $6 30. Bankers report a demand for all the inonev they have to spare. Exchanee in good supply. uieannf . naianees NoTeinber lrtth I SJ7,si 7 " t).:ei 7H Thus far this week l.XW.SW Hi 2s4,:is2 lifi Same time lnt weak 1.7.Vi,J.y III iX.VM IP Same week l.l.;ii ,n 1-i.,L"'7 i Same Wiu k lstl 1.111.4IW r,7 Si,172 ( Exclianjc on New l ork buvins at 1 dis count, selling at par. Eastern cotton bills littvinwi at J per cent, aiscount, aeiuns at par ; and exchange on New Orleans J dis count bnylnot, Bnd par selling. Itank Mocks iianK oi toiiinien:e, J.vo bill; First National, 118 bid; Ueriuna National, 200 bid; Manhattan, 160 tml; State National, 127 bid; Union and Plan ters, 140 bid. Insurance Stocks Home, 72 bid; Bluff Citv, 8 bid; l'eoples, HOfayJo; IMaatera, 110 bid; J'ha'nix, fKKiiw!)3; Memphis Citv, !0".(TM10; Vanderbilt, 2:Ki?25. Kailroad StiM'ks Memphis and Charles ton, 3S(iv42; Mississippi and Tennessee, 40 (n Mi; Lonisville and Nashville, 4S(i60; Mo- liile and Ohio, liKt ia. Railroad ISonds Memohis Citv Rail road bontls, ittK"1 100J ; .Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern hrst monav't", ! aHkcd ; Memphis and CharlesUm hrnt niortjraw bonds, 7s, 110; do. second mortpitre bonds, 7s (1S.S."), 1(X); do. consols, 104; Memphis and little Kock tirst mort)ra bonds; 8s, lOtXtiUto; Mississippi and lennessee con sols, A 1210i 124; do. B lCSflOS; East Tennessee, Virginia anil lieorgia consol 7:U(.i 7.i.: . . Miseellantou9 Taxinp-District ronipro ntiwi bondis,6SotfnHl ; ilen-hanU'Sfcimire Compress Company, new issue, 120('i' 123; Memphistiasstock, 8390;do. bonds, 100; Memphis Water Cotnpuny, bonds with tuv crned jnt4rest, (ar; do. stock, 110 bid; Memphis City bonds, old, 34 ; compromise bonds, 72Qi;.73 ; coupons from old bonds, 34 ; from compromise bonds, 72 ; ledger bal ances, 33; judgments on coupons and bonds, 34 ; pavintt indebtedness, 34 ; Shel by county (.Memphis and Ohio railroad) ts, 97(tM0Oi warrants, H30j.tS; Mississippi leve bonds antl coupons. District No. 1, 10; do. scrip, 10; Bank of Tennessee notes, new issue, tlo; Crittenden county ( Ark.) warrants), 70; Desha county, 00; Missis sippi county, 60. i Ij Telea;rsipt. New York, November 10. Money market easy, 20f 2J porctnt., closing at 2 per cent, l'nine mercantile paier, (:. cent. Meryng exchan'e bankers s strong, 4S2I ; demand, 4S4J. Itanda Uovemmenta a fraction lower. KajlrondastriMsT; West .Shore firsts lower, 7iiw State securitiea quiet. .. Stixis The market opened Arm, and advanced to j jer cent. The features were Northwestern preferred, Oresvn Transcontinental and Lackawanna. This was followed by a fractional reaction, but after 1 o'clock p,m. the market was strong si.'ain, and prices were-tlie best of the day for many shares. In the last hour's busi ness room-traders were free sellers, and prices fell off to I jver cent., the latter in Oregon Transcontinental. The market was tronn in early dealis on reports that 1-ackawanda wottf enter the tronk-line pool. Hoom-traders sold .St. l'anl, and predicted an increase In the capital fore spring. As compared with last night's closing, prices are down . . i .. to . per cent, for Canada Southern, North, western, St. Taul, Lake Shore, Michi- f;ui Central, Missouri Pacific, Xew. York entral, Umalia prpf.rred. Western Union, I'nion l'acilin andTexas Facttic. Cana dian Pacilic, Central Pacific, Ijtckawanna, I i-lim-jn- .nates-linrssoti.. New Jcm-v ( .n. Ual, Qtogon Traustsontinental, Omaha and WaDasli are I io i per wnu iiigner. SelUm' optiou putont in Union Paoi tie at ooncjs, wnere me pnee m t" rwKuuir way was Htkssrjni; Jn the specialties, Lake Erie and Western rose 2 per cent., to 23. ud read tad U it,Celar aTaUa advsuoed per cent,, to 13 f Cleveland, Coluinhns. Cincinnati and JndianniraUs 9, to 6i IloosUin and Texas 5, to So; Oregon Navir gatiori 1, to 115) Oregon Improvement de clined 1, to a, ana sota up ia s; mini, toba brought 98 J(lwOJ regular and 9P Noveinhor 10.44'od(.4d 10.4HwlO."ill Ueceiubc-r 10.5falU.5a 10..rilu.,rii The New Orleans spot market 0ened tirm ; at 1 ::!0, steatly ; closing steady, with quotations unchanged. Sales, 10,000 bales. Stock on hand, !i)SU,lK3 bales. Closingqno tations: ' Yesterday Ttinrsdav Ordinary K o.j,; $ oig Uood Ordinary ' ., how Middliug 116 9 IS-lf, Middlinir Ill 1-lii II) 1-lii Uood Middling- 10 5-16 10 5-ld The Now Orleans future market opened quiet and steady ; at 1 1 :03, quiet ; at 1 2 :07, quiet ; at 1 :30, quiet ; at 2 :40, barel v steady, closing steady. Sales, 38,300 bates. We quote the price-list of the lust call re ceived, as follows: Yesterday Thursday January..; 10.34rad0.35 10.41s10.41 February 10..t(ii10..M 10.rxiial0.S7 March....- 10. i".10.rV! 10.71 rul0.72 Aril... 10.simio.S1 lo.)sw,,o.H7 May... 10.l410.i ll.UKUll.01 June- 11.U7Mll.IM 11 l.Mll 14 July 11.2irll.l2 11.27rU.2S August .... .ll.3ll.all l.s! 1.37ill.t Seilemberww. . x - rq). October ........ . 1 "B November lO-ianlrt 14 lll.ltf bid December lO.lslo.lu lO.ilalO.a; DAILY BULLETINS. - 1 State of Galveston... ... New Orleans.. Mobile Savannah Charleston , Wilmington. . Norfolk Haiti .nore New York..... Boston Philadelphia. St. Louie. J Augnsta Day's receipts, l"!...., Day s receipts, lva. Market. Kirin. ltealy. 'irni. Firm. Firm. Steady. Firm. Otiiet Firm. Steady. Dull. Firm. Firm. Rec'ts. S.SiMI 17,4i l.SStfl 4.: 3A! "vjl l.osr. ""il-rtii i-ej Price. 10 10 lo in 3-K liv- 10 1-36 10' 10 .-161 lte 10' SH.718 1-16260, 1S :tr..!.t tH.mj 84,-lnl 17, lis! 5S.8-.K 21 .11 1I4..US 4.'. 11.17 Kf.Hi 17.S76 TwI.ISwt i2.2"0 , vus Day's receipts, 1H81..:. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. , This Last Lwst Week. Week. Year. Keeeipu7iays .Ti 240.027 2H7.02i 2.t.S4.- Exports to t.r't Britain 11S.721 Hil.lM.5 S7.315 Exports to oontinant 70.727 31.7.M) ,lu9 Storks at all ports- I 84H.61" HM.OiWl 6.W.579 This Cast "Year- Year. Y.ar. Before. PKOYIKIOXH. BtTTTRB Creamery, 2735c ; dairy, 20 2oc; birttcrine, 15(5) 10c; country, li(S'20c. Cheese Prime flats, 9(oM0c ; New Vork factorv,9(? 10c ; full cream, 1 4 J(ir)l 5c ; You Amenca,lo(n; loic ; small home cheese, 15-lb av., atiiiuc. ess i'ork 5.12 !- per Darrel; sugar enreti hams, packed, 10c; breakfast bacon, iijc; clear riD sides, ic. Bulk Pork Clear sides, "ic; clear lib aides, 7Jc; shoulders, 52c. Lard Tierce, 8c; choice kettle, 5)c; half-barrels, 8Jc; kees, 8 Jc; buckets, 9c: half buckets, 4JJc; 20-Ib tins, 8c; 10-lb tins, Jc; o-lb tins, Ujc; 3-lb tins, 9Jc. New York, November 16. Pork firm and fairly active; new mess, $12(15 50. t.aru prime steam, i.uora .a jc. Cikcixnati, November. 16. Pork quiet. $11 oOfJ1-!! 75. Lard in good demand, 71 i.Owc. liulk meats hrmlv held. Bacon miet but tirm; shoulders, Gc; clear rib. N:; clear, 05c. liuttcr unchanged. Lotiisvii.LR, November 16. Provisions quiet ; new mess pork, 121. Bulk meats shoulders, 5c ; clear rib, 7c ; clear sides, Jc. Bacon shoulders, 5Jc ; clear rib. 7ic: clear, Mc Migar-cured liams, 14a,15c. lrd quiet ; choice kettle rendered, 9c. New Orleans, November 16. Pork steady with a good demand, $11 75. Lard linn ; tierce and keg, 8jc. Bulk meats shoulders scarce and higher, 5c packed ; long c-iear ana clear no scarce and hnn. 71c Bacon dull; shoulders, 5Jc; clear rib,- 8Jc; short clear, 8Jc Sugar-cured hams canvassed scarce and firm,liij.17c. St. Loris, November 16. Pork better, Sll 50. Bulk meats quiet and lower; 10 day long clear, 6.20c; short rib, 6c; short clear, tije. Bacon lower; lone clear, 7jc; short rib,7e; short clear, 7jc. Lard finner, 7.5:5f:-7.40c. Butter easier; dairy, 21(,28c; creamery, w5U(n34c. tggs higher, 24c. Baltimore, November 16. Provisions quiet. Mess pork, $12 75. Bulk meats shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, 61 (n73c Bacon shoulders,6 jc ; clear rib sides, 8jc. Hains,15f!i16Jc. Lard refined. !'c. Butter firm; Western, packed, 10(5) 24c ; creamery, 27(S3:!c. Eggs higher, 29 3uc ; pickied dull, r.'()rc!c. Chicago, November 16. Pork in active demand, esieciaUy on longer deliveries; ODened firm and a shade hitrher. hut. with liberal oll'ering; advance lost later, became stronger, advanced 15(5;20c, settled back to medium hgures, and closed steady ; sales, cash, $10 9011, closed $10 90 1095; November and year nominal, $1090 (. to 9o; January, $11 57j(",ll 80, closed 1 67K"H 70; February, $11 7211 92, closed si l not" il 8-4; Mav, si '1 2o(a 12 35, closed $12 SO. Ird in good de mand, chiefly lor speculation, and firmer ; advanced 57ic, receded 2i(35c. and closed steady; sales ranged, cash, 7.55 .twtic, closed .i)o(n..&(c; November, 7.51'J oIvqa at QO wo... t mi. i , t , xr . ... ura n. xuuiiiiuu us viuirni oi nor oi Hogs were active at previousquotations, .ice. ogsistM hv tins Yn -s d , A CO . TWO I -t -s-jior ;nj. HOUSEHOLD 8CPPLIEN. Vegetables Onions, Northern packed. $2 50 per barrel. Potatoes Northern, $1 75 ; new liome-arown. packed. $150: buvine. $1 25 loose. Cabbage Chicago, loose, $10 14 per 100 heads. Garlic, $1 per 100. Kiaut. $9SU0 for new. barrels : $4 50 for half-barrels. Apples Northern, $2 253 50; choice. $3 75; fancy, $4 per barrel. Dried ap ples, 6 c per pound from store. Dried peaches, 56c from store. Cranberries, $16 per barrel. Pickles, medium, barrel. $7 50 ; half-barel, $4 ; pint jars, SI 25 per dozen; quart jars, $1 752 per dozen. Fruits Oranges Louisiana, $06 50 per barrel, $o4 per box. Lemons, $5 5 50 per box. Bananas, $1 502 50 per bunch. Cocoanats, $56 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, hand-picked, 12c ; Tennessee, 9c; roasted, 24c higher; shelled, 12c. Al monds, 19 20c. Texas pecans, ll14c; Arkansas, 34c. English walnuts, 14ltic. Filberts, 13c. Brazil nuts,13l5c. Raisins London layers, $3; Imperial, $4. Brandy cherries, $3 253 50 per dozen. Cider Missouri, S8(o-)9 per barrel and 4 50K4 1 5 per half-barrel ; Kentucky bar rels, 2ft. V ineear, ll(nlfc per gallon. Fish Mackerel. 10-lb kit. No. 1. $1: No. 2, 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c; half-barrel. $56 25. White fish, No. 1, per half-bar rel, $6. Eeos 23c. Pigs' Feet In barrels, $8 509; half- barrels, 4 ZofoVl 50; kegs, S2 25. Pocltrt Old hens, $3; large young, $2 502 75; medium yonng. $2 25(2,2 50 : small young, $1 52 25. Tnrkevs scarce but light demand at $715. Ducks. $3 3 60. tieese, 4J4 50. wild ducks, un dressed, $3 60 per dozen. Receipts since Sept. 1st 1.9o.!HH 1.to,oos i,w,i,:tiit Foreiitn exports l.Ofwt.Swi, io,v2S Ptoek at U. S. ports 848,610! 6WW.) 8.,Cti7 Increase in receipts..! 3S.K'.t'il The Liverpool spot market at noon was quoted steady, t-ales, 10,000 bales, of which 7000 bales were American.' Re ceipts, 6700 bales, of which 5950 bales were American. At 12:15: Ordinary, 5 5-16d; good ordi nary, 5 9-16d; low' middling, 6id; good middling, Od ; uplands, 5Jd ; Orleans, 6d. The Liverpool future market at noon was quoted quiet; November, 5 59-64d; NovemlHT-Deceinber, December-January, January-Febniarv, 6 57-64d; Fehruary March.'S tHMidd;" March-April, 5 63-64d; April-May, 6 2-64tl; MavvJune, 6 5-64d. Atl::W: November. 5 00-64d; Novein-tier-lVecember, 5 5ii-tkl; April-Mav, 6 H 64d; June-July, 6 JMild. At 3: Manchester yarns and fabrics steady. IVcember-January.S 58-i4d; February-March, o 61-i4d ; March-April, 61. At November, oni-witi; ovem- lier-IVcember, 5 5'-64.1 ; April-Mav, 6 4-t'l. At 4:30: June-July, a ll-tHd; July-Au gust, 6 15-64(1. At o: rvovember-Hecember, o 5ii44d; Februarv-Mandi, 6 60-44d; March-April, 5 tWUldd; April-May, 6 3-tV4il. . r utures closed barely steady. per bills GENERAL TRADE. BKEADSTrrrs. ComtWhite, 5859c; mixed, 5657c from store. From levee or depot : Round lots in bulk shelled white, 4!c; mixed, sales. 48c: sacked, shelled white, 53c; shelled mixed nominal, 52c. 1-1 at Choice, from store,' wp ; prime. "ofn1 St Vc : prairie. 50c ; round lots from levee or depot, $2:l per ton cheajver. Mvnra b rom store xtra, 53 ,n: 7a; double extra, $4 60; triple extra, $5fn5 25; family, $5 25(a 50 ; choice, $5 W(o 75 ; fancy, $A 8.yTi; extra fancy, $tV(36 25; pat ents, $77 25; round. lots from levee or track 15c cheaper. vormmraw fctannara, - 00 irom store; 6c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Uats lute, 4-k: trom store; mixed, Jt-1 -40c; rejected, from store. Rouud lota from levee, white, 43c: mixed, bulk, 32(o."4c; sacked 3.V-I 37c. Country oats no certificate 5 da-s storage in tlie elevator: bulk, 2 ; sacked, 32c. . : Bhav From store, 90c per cwt; round lota, from levee, $14 50 15 per ton. ajatwkai. lu hall barrels, oo4 50 from store. Crack ko t iieat In half barrels, $4 00 5 from store. lloaiNT ANDti kits mm store, v. Rice Louisiana, 5jt!c; Carolina, 7 c. Bias's Navy, $4; medium, $2 75. SSkkds (iennan millet, $1 25; second quality, 90cl. Cincinnati. November 15. Flour dull ; familv, $4 30t5 4 75. Wheat stronger, $1 06 prl 07 cash, lorn nrm, 50je. Oats easier, 30f50Jc. Rye dull, 37c. Hhtj Voce November .16. Flour dull. pWiotl mot lota a shade highe", options opened. ita, ec. better; later easier, aeclinea Jc, clrwijic dull.- Rice qniet but firm; tlOwDOSUU, ,l(n-e,!je. . 1 IjomVnaji, November 16. Flour steady and firm: higher grades , $o6 50. Wheat stoauir and nrm. No. 2 red winter, $1 02, Onrn iImiIc: No. 2 whit. 50(5olc : No. 2 f mixed, 50c.- Oat steady; mixed Western, sosaio. . - -K-Assaa Citt, November 1$. Wheat steady: o. 8 red, fUJc ah; 83J43J Ikscember; 83c bid the year; receipt, PELTBIES, HIDES AID LEATHER. UiDES, Etc. No. 1 dry flint hides, 16c: No. 2 dry bides, 12,13c ; salt- hides, 10 12 Jc; No. 1 green salt bides, 67f,c; No. 2 green salt hides, be; green hides, 56c. Keeswax prime yellow, 2wa)30c; tallow, 7()7o; ginseng, per pound, f 1 50. Deer skins prime, 2533c. Leather Uafc sole, per pound, 3o(H0c ; hemlock, 2730c ; harness, 3540 ; skirt ing, 7580c; French calf, $4060 per dozen ; domestic calf, $3UC4a per dozen. Wool Tub-washed. 2owSoe per pound : unwashed, lo(a)Zde; burry, luioc. r eathers Prime, 40c. WHISHT. ETC. Brandies Cognac, $2 5015; peach. S-J50(tU5: apple. $2fa)3 50. W iNra imported port, $1 otxajs ; sherry. $1 506 ; champagne-American extra dry, $78; Piper lleidsick, $25 50(5,28 50; Mumm'a extra dry, $2931 ; Pomery Sec, 531 50(a 00: Ve.tJhquot.Sol( 33; claret. $7 50 8 50 per box ; Catawba, $45 per case. Whiskies Redistilled, 90c$l 50; straight, 1 o04, according to age. (Jhicaoo, .November lb. Whisky un changed. New Orleans, November 16. Whisky unchanged. November 16. Wbisky Louisville, quiet, $1 13. . Cincinnati, steady, $1 13. St. Louis, steady, $1 14. Baltimore, steady, $1 181 18 J. November 16. Whisky- November 16. Whisky November 16. Whisky HOrE-BFILDlN MATERIALS. Framino-Lcmber Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine flooring, EJo; shingles, 5f.-K3.40u; lauung Poplar, $1 7a; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 feet. l,ime and cement Lime, ioc in bulk delivered; 9095c a barrel in store; Louis ville cement, $1 40 per barrel ; Rosedale ce ment, 2 40 per barrel; Portland, $4 25; Jioman, ; piaster 01 fans, V- oil. Nails 33 10 per keg. 7.i0(5;7.67Jc, closed 7.bO(7c; February, 7.72(;7.80c. closed 7.72c: Mav. 8.10c. Bulk meats in fair demand : shoulders. 5c : short rib, 6.35c ; short clear, 6.70c. Butter steady; creameries, 29 34c; dairy, 21 tic. Call. Pork sales 9000: December and vear closed at $10 85 ; January, $11 65 il 67 ; February, $11 87 ; May, $12 32 12 3o. Ui rd-sales 12.000 : November. January and i ebruary advanced 2 Jc. . eKOCERIKS. Sugar Pure white. 8. 9c: off white. nsc; yellow clanhed, 7j(-otc; open ket tie, 7f7jc; refined A, 839c; granu lated, 99c; powdered, 10101c; cut loaf, lOOi 101c. (Jopfee Uommon. 12c: ordinary. 121(5, 13c; prime Rio, 1414c; choice; 15 15c; fancy, 16T5 17c ; old government. 30 (!.; tjevion Java, 'tx.2.ic. molasses Louisiana, common to fair. 3lKt.ioc ; prime to choice. 43(nioilc : centri fugals, 3040c ; syrup, 38c; sorghum, So ioc. Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per dozen : Pineapples, $1 40 1 60: peaches. 2-lb. standard, $1 60; seconds, $1 40; tomatoes. 2-lb, standard, f 1 10; 3-lb, $1 35; strawber ries, 51 2o 1 50; raspberries, $1 151 50; blackberries. $1 10(51 25: ereen cases. $1 50; pears, $1 50; plums, $1 50; green corn, $1 10("1 50; green peas,90cl 20. cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15; cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 90 ; cove oysters, light weignt, l-ib, one; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb. $1 20: condensed milk Crown, $ 256 50; Eagle, $8 25; Swiss, Candles lull weight, 14 Jc Soap 3jc per pound. Salt Per car-load, $1 35 1 40 per bar rel ; $1 50 in sacks; pockets, bleached, 2i 7 Jc; coarse, $1 25; car-loads from levee or depot, ftc 10c cheaper. UAOOINO and lias lagging, jute, 10(a life; nax, kwiiic, accordinir to weight. lies, Arrow, t wVKtt mi. : Baltimore, November 10. Coffee firm ; Kio, cargoes, ordinary to fair. 1im512c, IMigar dull; A, son, Mjc. New York, November 16. Coffee spot Rioo. 7. iugar easier: fair to (rood re- JV.-S.riw1" .0 .A fining quoted at 66 1 1-16 ;refined firmer ; cnt loaf and crashed, flic; granulated, 8 7-328,c. Molasses quiet but steady; Aew nrleans, 4tl(iliOc. New Orleans, November 16. Coffee HORSES AMD MULES. Horses Good driving,$125200 ; heavy draft, $150200; saddle horses, $125250; plugs, S40(5. M'les Market qniet ana values nomi nal. LIVESTOCK MARKET. Corn-Fed Cattle Choice to extra,none received, Grass Cattle Choice, 414c, gross; good. 31(54c. gross: medium,3(ii34c, gross common, l2c, gross; bulls, 23c, gross. Sheep and Lambs Choice sheep, 4-4 Jc, gross ; medium,3-3c,gross ; choice lambs, 5c, gross; medium, $2 50 per head. Hogs Choice (corn-fed), 250 to 300 lbs, 45c; medium, 414c; common and rough, 4c. Cows and Calves choice milch cows with young calves, per head, $3040; medium milch cows with young; calves, per head, $20 25; y sailings, per head, CHiCAGO.Xovember 16. Hogs receipts. 33,000 head ; active and strong, packers and shippers buying freely, 1015c high er; light, 4 2tXa4 70; rough packing, appears to be cornered; common, 10J 14a tntrar steady with a lair demand: common to good common, 55c ; fair to fully fair, f(r5,c; prime to choice, 6v) 6Jc; veKow clarified, 6i7c; white clar- nfied, 1 J 1 1c. Molasaea active and firm ; centrifugal, 2038c; common, 25(Si35c; fair, SwKfrVwvito: pnme to choice, 41'lriac. rHirAo PRoncrc akd protisiox MARKETS. Epecial to th Appeal. 1 Chicago, November 16. The markets to-day have been without much interest, save to local speculators and scalpers, and fluctuations cenfined to a limited scope, with the exception of pork, which sudden ly took a jump upward of 17J20c, not withstanding the good receipts, bat the de- ruand fur live hogs was good, and prices advanced 10c to. 20c per cwt. Wheat again also attracted a great, deal of atten tion, and not without good cause,' for the harvest of 1SS3 has not given the world Claire question to ask, the crucial test of the situation, is to ascertain, not whether 5,000.000, 10,000,000 or 20,000,000 quarters abundance, . and th prices.; which an abundant season might explain and justify, strong and 10 15c higher; exports, $6 40 7; good to choice, obO(rh 20; common to fair, $4 2oo 50. St. Louis, November 16. Hogs active and higher; lorkers, H 4o4 55; pack ing, 4 oO4 80; butchers , 54-o5; re ceipts, 4200. head; shipments, 1100 head. Cattle very scarce, only local trade so far; receipts, 600 bead. . PETROLETX MARKET. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lota, 16c per gallon. Cleveland, O., November 16. Petro leum a. w., 110, 71c Pittsburg, November 16. Petroleum active; United certificates weak, closed 116J. COTTOIJIKLD. Cottonseed Meal Prime, old. none: new. Kroner ton per car-load lota. Cotton-seed Uils Crude, in ronnd lots of 100 to 500 barrels, as to quality, 32c bid, 32(A34c asked, bummer yellow renned. car-load lots, S8(5V40c ; summer whit,none in market. inter yellow, car-load lots, as to quantirtr, 50c: - winter white, 52c cooking oil, job lots, 4042c II IV YORK BatT 600M MARKET. Kbw Yoix, Kovember 16. The general market isryary dolL The wooien-gooda market is inactive, cotton goods very dull, and tending in buyers' favor. Fancy knit woolen in very rood- demand. - Ho. siery very qniet, but underwear in good custnonoon ior smau The Josie Harry. CaDt. Milt Harrr. will arrive to-day at 12 o clock and leaves again to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Jackson port and making connections with packets for upper White and Black nvera. Y. P. Pease and Hugh Smith are her clerks. UKNERAL HEWS. Business fair. Boys, get out your turkeys. Thanksgiv ing day is close at hand. Capt. James Wise, of Cincinnati, has gone to J lot Springs, Ark. Signal Service report: River 14 feet 8 inches, rise 3 inches yesterday. ' Weather colder than ' a wedge, ami dryer than an impecunious toper. Cairo reports a rise of 9 inches, but all other streams above are declining. Receipts by river yesterday. 568 bales of cotton, 63 bags of seed-cotton and 5600 sacks of cotton-seed. The James Lee came in from the lower bends yesterday morning with a fair load of cotton and cotton-seed. The City of Providence got only 400 of the 1000 bales of cotton engaged, owing to the press becoming disabled. She left for St. Louis late yesterday evening. TnE E. W. Cole teleerached from Vieks- burg yesterday that she had arrived and lett there on time lor Memphis, therefore she may be expected here Monday evening. Kleinston. the low water harbor of Vicksburg, was totally destroyed by fire Thursday morning. Luckily steamers can approach the old wharf during the present stage ot water. The Arkansas City passed down for Vicksburg yesterday iorning, discharging here 26 bales of cotton and 2700 packages of merchandise, and adding 35 kegs of beer and 10 tons of sundries for the bends. A V k ksbi'ro special dispatch writer notes the singular coincidence that the City of Providence was the last boat to leave the elevator of that city on account of low water, and the first to return this season, and notifies all boats that they can land there from this on. . Capt. Ed Thomas has telegraphic ad vices from Capt. Milt Harry stating that the Josie Harry wilt arrive hereabout noon Saturday and return to White river at 10 o'clock Sundav moraine. A clerk will be found on the levee this morning re ceiving for her, and it is requested that all freight be sent down to-day. Daniel Howard, founder of the firm of Howard & Co., the well-known steamboat builders at Jeffersonville, died in that city W ednesdav morning. He built some of the most celebrated steamers. In all, up to his retirement in lsto, he built 12 boats. He learned his trade at Sanders Hartshorn's yard, in Cincinnati. Cait. Wm. Wenzel has purchased the stern-wheel steamer Queen City from Crall & Wltitaker, at Cincinnati, for $4200. She has been taken to Madison for com plete repairs and to be made suitable for the Red river trade, to take the place, of the burned Katie P. Kountz. It will take two weeks to make the necessary repairs. Capt. J. M. Chenoweth has been ap pointed to the command of the Cons Mil lar, and Capt. Joe Moore was transferred to the roof of the James W. Gaff, which is now undergoing repairs. Capt. Cheno weth s return to the river will assure him of a hearty welcome among a host of friends along the river between Cincinnati ana jtempiiis. A Cairo correspondent writes: "Pres ent indications, are that there is going soon to be fun here in retard to rates south from here by river. - So far we have only heard a little portentous grumbling, but it is enough to satisfy anvone that something more definite will be heard soon. Freight to go south by river has been slow to arrive here lately. The rail roads have plenty to do. They are send ing hundreds of cars daily past ns contain ing freight that ought by rights to come here for reshipment by river. , hen we ask why this is we are told that the rail road rate is lower than the nver rate. When we ask why the river rate is not lowered, we are told that the Anchor Line has fixed it and will not alter it ; that it is good thing for St. Louis, but bad for t . . 1 . t . w. t . 1 . , . (.ttlro ; mm 11 lb whs 11 nir me uuiu nver boats and the barges little, it any. freight would be sent here for reshipment. Steam- boats can compete wiin raiirustus u trier are allowed to, but not otherwise. The John A. Scudder came in from St. Louis yesteresy about half loaded. The Jle Peters. . Capt Ed Nowland's new boat just built for Arkansas river, has been in port since Thursday morning, and has been the cen ter of observation on acconnt of the high standing of her owner and commander, and because of the new departure from the old worn-out st vie of stern wheel steam boat architecture, affording conveniences for both white and colored patrons sep arately, but in a manner that cannot fail to be' pleasant to both the design of Capt. Ed Nowland, whose experience as a river man and personal popularity afloat and ashore are the best evidences of the earnestness with which he is endeavoring to please the public, lhe hull is 180 feet long, 34 feet beam, 4 feet hold, 3 inch plank on bottom, extra well fastened and chained, 11 feet between decks, and has large, roomy and unobstructed decks, and has large deck-room across her hull for ward ' of machinery. In the hold is a water-tight compartment. The cylinders are 15 inches in diameter, 6 feet stroke. with an adjustable cut-off and all the modern imDrovements. Steam 5 Diiuit and doctor engine, 2 steel boilers 48 inches in diameter, 24 feet long, 6 flues each, with chimnevs handsomely ornamented. Her main cabin has 1 1 lengths of room. which include office, bar, washbouse, ofli cers' rooms, and in the rear of the cabin, separated by a roomy passageway, a colored cabin, which has state-rooms and elegant - accommodations for passengers. In the aft colored cab in, separated by a roomy passag way, are the cookhouse, cbambermai-1, cabin boys, store-room, cook-room, closets, lockers, etc, all systematically arranged for comfort and convenience ; large, roomy pilothouse neatly finished throughovi. The cabins and ad sjtatR-eooma are neat iy famished, and the ftorssa -laid with Bras- eefcn-pets. H derricks,1 stages and nf-L sing are all 01 tne most lmprovexi rvswwewri. She will have a large electric light of 4000 candle power, la additio to two hangin.f lamps for aids and wheel convenience. She is eomprsta throughout, and intended for th Memphis and Arkansas rrrwr trad. for useenla. sew Aladrta. liipkman. Cnlumhus. Cairo. Padueah, and all way landings tjteamer Jft. A. Tyler, r E. Massenrale... master I Lem Hill olork ' ijeavea as shore BA1UK1IA1, Sov. 17th, at in. for freieTht or pab&aire apply to H. I'. I.OVVH, Airi-nt. font nf .Tffnrsnn St. FOR- NEW ORLEANS. ftoatbern Trsin.prtaktiOB Line For Vicks- hitrir, Aatcnet. Uaton Kuuie, and .New Orleans, Tliou Mlionlnnlr ..1 John Patterson master, S9ajej?nIBA- Leaves aa above THIS 1AY, Xov. loth, at hL tu. tor ireiant or passaire apply to 11. C. I.UYVK. Agent, font Jefferson st. Ht. Lovsin staid S. Orleans Assrlior Llase) a.. . Slall t'OR N tW ORLEAM. City of Baton Rouge, wSEc- Biiby master, .sBrsafegHlt. win leave tne elevator Unildins; eAIlKUAl , Nov. 17th, at 6 p.m. For freiKht or passaa-e apply C. I,. Hu,t Pas. Airt. All STOKM. Sup't. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Motnphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For fine Biun, Little Kock and through to fort otBitn trwu i.i.-wcs. - Toe J?eters, - r-Z Ed, Nowland master I J. N. Thompson...cierk j Leaves CA1UK11A1, November 17th, at 5 p.m. for ireiirni or passage apply oft board, or to trtKI. ! JOHN N. II.A.1 , Snp't. 2-a Main St. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Bit. Lou In and New Orleans Aatrhor f.la I .N. Maill-FOR CAIRO AM ST. LOUIS. City ol l alro, 6. Liffhtner muter. Leaves Elevator Buildinc SUNDAV. Nor. 13th, at 10 a. m. For freight or p asp aire apply to ; C. L. Hall, Pang. Agt. AD STOKM. frupt. j Hon therm Tranflportjttton Line For Cairo; Liouinvuie and cincinoatt steamer Will Ityle, Kate .. . m tu ter. Learee THIS DAY, -November 10th, at 10 a.m. x or ireiKQt or parage apply on board or to V wWtLrirfoasiurYijH ClOIIATuLu TONIC. The greatest of all remedies. Infallible Cure for all Pulmo nary Diseases and (General De bility, and the only remedy that is beneficial in Malarial Climates. For diseases of the Throat and Lungs it has no equal. Atrial will convince you ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE. Trade Mipplicd at reasonable dlsromil Iit J- J. DUFFY & CO., Memphis, Tenn. Mannfjictnrors and Proprietors, H. MSCHOFF A CO., Vw York and Charletttou. BIK II 1. C. LOWE, Agent, foot Jefferson st. ttt. Loai find Kew Orleans! Anchor l.lne) li . Mail t'tlR CAIRO A1 tsT.i.OlHS. City of Providence, tSt- Lenox .... master, nStna0ssV Will leave Elevator liuildint FRIDAY, Nov. loth, at lua.m. Ior treigbtor passage apply to C. L. Ham., Pass. Airt. AT) STORM, Snp't. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Mrmnhlsj and Ohio River Farkr f'O FOR LOUISVILLE akd CINCINNATI steamer 4Joum miliar, r-f J. D. Hoot ...mantcr Jas. W. Vorm clerk Learea aa abr TL E6DAY, Not. 20th, at 5 p.m. For information inauire on board or to R. W. UfjHTBrRNK, ii. V. Ar T. Agt.,7 Mat, roe 1867. 1883 PEOPLES Insurance Company Office 16 Madison Street, Memphis," Tenn. FOR VICKSBURG. St. aoait, and New Orlan Anrtaor Una SJ.S. nail fOR Vlt'KSUljRti. Coiuiuoiinealtu Jo1!rma?ter. Will leave Elevator Building SUNDAV, Nor. CASH CAPITAX ASSETS - LOSSES PAID Since Organization DIVIDENDS PAID WM. M. FARRINGT0X, Pres't. arlasares H. T.LEMMOX, Y. Claswca ef Merrhaatllse, Ntorrhooies, I'tinrrhr. S'-- nits-.-wa $200,000 00 226,608 31 365,624 54 272,000 00 Pres'U W. L. PARKER, Het I Dwelling lttth, at 10 a.m. For freight or pnxsage apply to Hall, Pass. Art. AO STORM. j?up't. C. L. St. Lsnl. and New Orleans Anehor a.lne I . H. Hail FOR VlCKSBliltU. Arkansas i it.v, rfSZt. Brolaeki... master. "SI'wCKtci' Will leave Elevator Huildinjr tKiUAl, iNuv. 16th, at 10 a.m. For freLght or pftf-ttfre apply to C. L. Hall. Pasa. Agt. AD STORM. Sup't. R.L COCHRAN L CO. Memnhift and Vieksfounr Packet Company. For ilelenn. ArknmM City. Jiwnvill M4l Vlrkabarv Nerrhiiala nl Plant er AffomDiodiitioa ltarkwXh New. r and biegant Matner e. w. corii:, J. F. Ellison master I M. D. BaM Ia7. Memohis. eominencin. Oct. llith. VKKY TUKSDAY at 5 p.m. Leaves Vicksburg EVERY FRIDAY at 12 m. Close connections at Vicks bnra; with packeU for New Vrleana and Yaioo river. BI'KCIAL and PARTICtLAR attention paid to all way and plantation business. For ire lent, paesaav or other information, apply to K. R. Tilt M AS. 9 Msilison street. i?.!Ss,.-'''",-'iT-'.v ...rm 1 lIiIwiq i-lerk DC kit r--,(;"rJ HAW AKD Pl.AXIXW.Ilf IIX, RAY FOR WHITH RIVER. Memphis & White River Pkt Co. V. S. MAIL. TAXK. STR. CIIICKASAAV, fcEfc K. C. Poetal.....-maater I C. M, PotUl -...clerk roR Cl4r-Mla. aTall HI m IT, 1r Arr, Aa yniilo. JtarkMBport ami Hemrry. LEAVES MEMPHIS EVERY WEDNESDAY atAn.m. Throurh rate tn all tmintM. Freight consigned to Memphis And White River Packet to. will be forwarded promptly, H. C. LO.WR, Ayettt, foot nf .Fpffirinn ft. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, r.lOLDING.LUr.lBER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts. FOR HKLENA. LEE UXE STEAMER, MEMPHIS AKD HELENA PAIKCT, iJean Adams, rriU-J Stacker Leo master I Walter Outlatl7T!!!!!cieri WILL LKAVE LVEKY Tnensdar Ttaarwdar and Matnnlar. at 5 p.m., for Helena and way landings, reservinR tDe rignt to pass all tannines tne captain may oeem unaaie. unoe, o. . .vtanison strset. TAMKrj l.KK. !., rnp't. FOR HALES POINT. Kraxalar Neoaplil. assd Hale. Pal at Hsal- I arrsiy raeaei & learner (JAVOSO. W. P. Hall ..master I J. D. Fuller clerk. win leave tor iiaus f oint ana an war landings EVERY MONDAY AKU THURSDAY at 6 p.m. gor treirnt. or paseaire apply on ooarq. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers, 20G-29S Front St., MeniphU, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants, ,o. 116 South Main St., St. Eouln. II. R. IIOWELI- J. II. COCKE, rom st. rBANvis kive-ii. h. mail. Bene Macready. rrlKZ u. IL. Jopna. master I A. i,. uannina clerk Will leave Memphis TUESDAY EVENLNU at 6 o clock, for Marianna, tn. Unt-Off, and lnterme- matt landing, on M. rranets river. J. D. RANDALL, Snperintcndcnt. H. B. HOWELL & CO; COTTON FACTORS. JTo. 268 Front atreet, Meniphln, Tcnneawee. LEE LINE STEAMERS. CMckasaw Iron Works . MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. JOHN E. HAJVDLE V CO PBOPRIETORA. Ti W-wn . T. VarkTT-irVa-EVU . mm- A ftn-w-arwae, Trs-Wefcly I'. H. HaU PackeU-For Raa- v MM Mmr HUU jJMUm.'Xj AAViXl . X Vwt:. W - , ffrn .w mm hand Al 3. H. Cooper, master. ..H. D. TomlinSnrSerE Far eiessdaUs, Heleaaa aasa rrlasra Point. Mr. aJamea Xee. W iU leav. ae abo're oa .very MON 1 A Y , W Kft.N KS DAYand FRIDAY, at 5 .m.. nservinc the riaht te paaa all landiniri the eaptaia May do.muBS.le. Omea, Ko. 4 Ma luon street. JAMES LEE. Jl.. Snperintenilent. , FOR OSCEOLA. Will leave Memphis .varr M.ad.v. vt 1 ae- aaj and iroaj at a p.m., raaamnc to natat ta Fan all Landings th. eaptaia may acta an safe, or information apply on board, or to No. 4 Madr- inn nmt. JA.vtr. Li:r, J n., rnpenntennent. Kaaalnetarcra sad Dealer la Eactae mm BsUaa, Muw mm Be "atal, raraa mm Fla.lalla. Jlasealnarr "aarlaltlaa. Wa en lack mt Kssclssaa aadl MmHmrm la m fmm to Use iMtkwsst. : ma mum far H aerial EataxIsM rtmlar.-M FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. 1UT HAKKT LIVK-araphta WUH A Black Klver V. S. Mall Psx-ke-C For Indiaa Bay, St. Chariee, Clarendon, Derail Blaff, Isaa Are, Aacusta, Jackaonar4, Searey, BatMvill., Powhataa and Pcoattoataa 1U. a , saa .laaant passennr nMUaec , Joale Harry, nf9? M. R. Hairy, master, sail , , , sV n lii laav. jaemp&i srsraataiway at a o clock p.m., connecting direct with th. new Black River United Statu -Mail Packet MILT HARRY, Powhatan and Pocahontas, aad with tb. Di Pack.u to Batasvill. and Uppar Whit rivar. Thrno.h R.tM i. .11 tminta. Freirht MBsumajd to Milt Harry Lino, Memphia or Terrene, will be arnmnUy forwarded. E. R. THOM AS, So. 9 Madisnn -. '' FOR ARKANSAS CITY. esapfcl. ana Araaa.a. City A. . LANGSTAFF. . . , , . A. E. NIEMEYER. M. T, PATTERSON LANGSTAFF & COlANT, SOa MA IX STREET, MEMPHIS, Oppowlte IEAIU)IY HOTEL, vV" ITRTJTiT'TlTiT? Tnnni?TlC ie-, seiu.! 011wer rkllM ruiw HsUl-a ' kllla, CIDER MILUS. BARBED FENCE WIRE, ... ; , PRICES REICCXDw - Point, Con cord uk, Terrene. ArkaaaM City aa 4 fiM omn n. j ne new ruMaair tainer Infl K. IL. 1 hia Pumbi KATE AD1HS, M. -CWk ..maat J m.W.OnUaw..iar I U m. uu. til) V 1 1 A V ..a TU I- bciTvlT 'alock p.m., isaai in ta right to yaw all laad- wn ui. espsus may awm anaaxo. for inforaattoa apply at K. Madlw gasaC - mssoiMrrio;. T,F.irnrfMA'AMUDtIIImlwMbllali of T.B. n - rAJti Th. rvivin partaan aaiam. all liabilitiw of, aad wlM collect aU amoaoU da, said urm, aaawtlloonuna th. basinesa aadar taatna aaavaaf . Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants; 19 and 18 Union utrt. IXem vhis, Tenii. A PnSTTTVF. box ISo. 1 will cure any rate In Ituir Uhv- i 1 No. .. will cure in mo-t .ltinate cue, no i:.. tt r of hnw lontr ftMlnlillK. Allan's Soluble Medicated Uoin -it s No naUNC!iu(to?i. of ctt'trho, rn,-jh;i ,.r nil of nin-dal-wo.Mt. thm Aie rertiiiit to .rht-f ilytc"ia ly iuxtroyinr lhe roalinff ofllie tumtn h, l'r,.e, fl .Sit. St.lil by all li unr.-t.', or m;iilvl un r'tMit of irl'e. Kr fiirilirr inttu ul:ii mt I f..rririMi lar. lo-tofl,.r Box l.Vt. fITTnTI j. . ai.IjA x 1 .1 K r. KtJoUn -Ufot. New York. VI U ilJJ ItvNiiooi)" 4Mf . hH-b - iv-tn.;t ,rr.(ini ieeH Ht. lMt VlrllH.T, ivaniut Ivm.t ao4 til triMiMr. it.'h- fToti r. .-. . t vi.ettae. tamyile mt 'iiJIn r-ii. trrs fsv;4r4,b" to mm e r. l.lll(-n 1. t t t'liM-nnaU k ii!HM) KEWAUD, "O" is Popular srraais Ihe.a wis have a.rel II peak aa hlakly af II. cnratlte sjuallilr. Thrre are na retnpll. alan. In II. ass, II remain, na pwl.o ar harllnl straw and ran br taken In warl Mil a na III re. till. It rssnst ran.e irl-. lure. sa aaall ve are eat Injer. linn "Ii" raring- any naren. rlli-aird rass at tiUNOKItiikA r M.l-. r thai Ike akave re-ward U altered far any sack caae w klrk I." will nal rare. Msauractureilonly bv J, a.. Kvana A CO. t liivlimaU. ulilo. rilu by dru--!sla. t l UfcrJ ALL 11KCKST and t'lirunio Diseases of the rrinary Passnres wilhont the use ol nant-eotisdruas. SI. I'rugffiftts. Dirertiiins In all Inntunres. ririn.mnt t'bemiral C..l'iucinnatl, tlhio, V. S. A. TESTED mm . 5YEARS br wso lrvsthoasands ot cas-s. sfe.mid.-il u rrii-nliao aiontral mm. Iili-s. It hu hi,, .row. In In favor and ri'lioTatli 11 1 11,1,1 VA. roe J lt?.nMiniTo- r tu tittira liave luvarUblv laiiva. Jii-i dlrfft aoill uitonof Uil. rt.i.i...iv tl Sua nuini'ro r 'J Iim d.rfi-l at tne arat or th i i.rA..- i.i.l... n....,i.t.. Mt without dHny. Hi,. iu4turnt ninctiona of tl ml!if,H',',V!r,.M''rVK wliuMliitl. ?yaJif w ',n waxteit antirlrfi, MCI. Tha bllnvriMl Ktw. it -! IK. lsHl a atrrnrthwlth rupl.lHr. ai -S1? Pl ""il Y nnlnwealrnoaa,anl ' ( i.imu.a: tfie ak ill o aomarotia ntiarurn l. peal nnraiciana, r-till i.-r youii.miTno-Ucr. loo free Indulirenre, rml wrr brain work. uonoi temporlxo )iMo m.-tt enrmlea Inrtt trn your y-trin. 'iiia, n i,,, , tlBt haa eared thoa- Mnda. and dMB Hot Jul. rn -r altti a,AIB ..i..ilu to hu.lneaa or raur any i-ulu or Inronvenleaoa. Pfndfcr ailwrTiiMlrr. I'.-.ip i.rl Cit'.Hg AnM'-attrwiy,. HARRIS RE"JCOYCO.I!r6.CHr1tSTt JewXN.IOIh.Si. ST. LO'Jlg. MO. 0 Himtt'i tm-n tl Wo cBt'.kr l urn neat hi tt RUPTURE HnptnrepottlT- Cnrvil br Tt. Prrr)'m Patant Macnatlo Klnai lc Truaa. lirmlctinr.Dt.m(f tha 1Mb totury Oo.- ariulne. Kv. tt I- 1 mai In th world, aad tba oalf ona I tml trill iinn'y rr-lilu unit rmttl cllf vara Barula. Orr HU K.ullt u ('iirMt lTf('iAd. Haad what lr, Joa. himmi, tit Nrw .l.. tha ra aowaad Pbralaanutut-t. mte Aim '2-. IHf.' rm arat aadoompltrurayourM.tKr.Mlc 'liiaffl.-ttiit t.r in atiraaraaao la tarnninnt., tor v,ti.ti I aUnll -rm-mata eratafol l . Simm. M. I. I .t i.rtt4 ilara ddraaa JtAOMKTIO KLASTIO THVftH CO.. HIJ N. HiAili htrtitt Kt. lutila. MO- MANHOOD RESTORED. A vict no of earl? nipriKl.nt-., rsit.ni. nrrvtu. Ohll itr. prvlnatnr. dtiru, etc.. tisvtii. Ui-il in .in ..... cur. which h.wiiTiMind KM l:K to hi. r.lHm.iify.rer. " adiir.M,j. m. KKKVKW.3t;hUiain l. n. vhL TRUSTEE NALKS. Tronloc'ii Slo. BY virtue of a trust deed made to mo, under data of June 11, IW, and rcrnnleil in Imm.k i:, pare 1.17, of the Keaister's i.tlii-e of Khclliy county, Tenn., to secure a certain ilflit due ti tin, Itesoto lluildinr and lian Assiu-iation. I will sell, for cash, at public outcry, at the southwest cur -ner of Main and Madison streets, Memphis. Tenn., at 12 o dock noon, on Wedneedajr, Neveinaer SI, Ixs.t. the proerty descrilicil in said dw.l. as lollows, to-witt Hcina lots 7, H and W in .Smith and Pro ton's Buhdivisiou of block rsl, in hoi.'in M,.nphls. boainninc on tha west side ol Orlee us street :'il ft. til feet north of Vance street : thence wi-t,n.l with line of lots 6 and ., IHl Vlil fret to a IH-foot alleyi thence southwardly with said alley li feel to a lA-f-Hit alley; thriic. ea.twanlly '.'J R 111 lerl with sail alley tn Urieans street; tlii-iu-e nortlt with tlrleans siren lie tt-ln ret to the hcainnins. hituity ol redeiuptiun barred: title believed to bo (ood, but I sell as trustee only. -MIM blt 1'AUKKU, Trustee Trnitlit''i Sale. BY virtue of a trust deed made lo tuc, under dnte ol .Inly 1. IKtil, and rri-ur-li-il in bonk No. 14J, I..KC 'iM", of the Kexistrr's oltii e ol Shelby eounty, Tenn., to secure a ccrtiiin ,1 , 1 t flu,, io llm lesoU Uuildiiiaaml lian Assoi inlion, I will sell, for cash, at public outcry, at the soiithwi-t r-orncr of Main and Madison streets, .Mi-iuphis, T.-nn., at liio cliH-k noon, on WednfMsday. ntrinlii-r ill, ihsi. the propVrl)- described in said deed, n lollow-, to-wit : Ib-inr part ol lot No. il block lit, Niutli Memphis ailditinu, Ivtnst and belna In the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn.. heainniiia il'., feet from the intersection ol' llenle and liesolo streets: running thence oast with the norili -i.l.i of Kesle Mreet feet : thonce nnrih I.M feet : thence west rmt: Ihcnco soulh 1 feci to tha bejriunina. Kuuily of redemption barred; litlo believed to b. vood, but ! sell as trustee only. MINTKII PAHKKH. Tru-tee. ELEtTKK! KELTS. , ill.'1., i i sat. MEN Oil i vL tsj aifn. cm. (smin Kucraic at T. sm. W mmy tei.il.tr mt Um nC ,. V . ! I. "tlswi MfM. mt IlIX T fill .1 1 V wtm...... .MrtlMSIM.al,tMl,,MlM. 1 ... . fc.tUo.ll H. )w,SkIi.WUII.. Usssay, S4M.J Vww.auelny. In f. it .Sl. . wa "isi wsawa. P. mA wisaa. i.. -f, - - -, k. t,. as sss.aM aw , - uk A.-h. CHAX'EKV SALES. CHANCERY SAI. OF IlEAI, ENTA'fl!. Sta?.- "-f,h"rr Court of Shelby coiiniy Kffie K. Cleaves et si. vs. ;, lH. Leer, .i . K .l.i2!llM-,i.,"U,l,u,"-tor dwrrsssfor sale. xj entered In the ah .MU ,1.. i-,.i. j , i . --.o,. ,-Mu.e on in. i.mii day of Ju v, 1MM, a renewed October 111, lxi. I""1 at ..nhlic mrlliin. tit the I, !!... bldrter. In fro;,t y th. rierh and Master's ..Mice, eouribotts, uf Shelby county, .Memphis Ten ossein t,a halarday, Naveaaker l. lasi. within leral hours, th. following dasoribed prnp orty, situ.ud In 8hclby county, to-wit: line lot on Hernando strawl, ia tb. T.xins Ki.lnrl ol' l-helhy eounty, formerly city of Memphis, l..iiic lot No. , in block Sit. I t. on the plan of the town ofSouth Memphis, fronlitiit. KI feet on llernaud.. Street, with a depth of feet. Also on. other lot on ll.rnando street, being lot No. .V in block N. l:t, frontina on said llernand-t atreet M fMt, a ila depth of 1WI feet, Heine th. aam. Iota described lu tb reimrt of raid eommietonre. Terms of Halsi Ono-half cash, balanc. on a. credit of six months, purchaser oseratmr noi- kearint lntere.1, with approved security for de ferred payments; lien retained, etc. This Oc tober 17. 1 wa. K. 1. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By Ga. Mallery, Deputy Clerk and Master, K. 1). Jordan, Harris k Turlcysolsj - it CHANCERY SAUC or REAL ESTATi: ON OPENED IllDIUNCS. No. IWt, B Chancery Cort nf K(n Iby eounty Br. B. FUherotal. ... if. K- Ki.b.r at l. V 1 vtrto. of an InUrlocutnry decreo for sale entered In th. above eausonn the Hth day of August, 1KH.1, and raiesd October 22, will sell at public auction, to the highest bi.l.ler. ia fr.nl , of tb Clerk and Master's onic, court eous, of i-b.lby eouuty, tl.mphia, Tenn.. on , , , "aanrdny, njaveenker IT. IMJ. within legal hours, th following described prop, rty. situated in th. city of M.oipb.is. r-Lell'r eounty, Tenn., to-wit : On. paroe.; cmm.nring oath south Sid. of Adams .trr, lt; feet and R ktdjMaaast o( ' tb. mirthw.st corner of lot No. t of ll.iswiTid and or nhalisi..n as made by U. y. Cran., April 1.1, lng ; theuc with Ihskaoutis side of Adams atxvot M feet and 4 inches; thence out" and perpendicular to Adams street l;ufevt d laches W a stake: taaae. a est and parol U with Adaaui rtraet M peet and4 1aehM; thou.-' aorth and perpandicalar to Adams atreet TBI rVt ilii lncrh,"f o kefinnla. being parts or lu and T of said subdivision. ' ' T.ra m nf S.l. .-A .1. . 1. i . . . jB.nu purchas.r will .in-ut. notes, bearineln tarest, with approved ui..,l Ji.V. "! i 111 re- . I.K-: Clerk aad Master. Edmondson. So. s.t t.witb approved personal security i Ii, edi red.mpt,.. barred. This OcUbir ti, . n an a . . A.fix, v , v. i era aao Mul liefe' 4 "k X. DlMolatlon or P.rtnrahlp. THk tTm Su l "' diai.lved X by mutual sens.nL. j. rielig retiring. Vim. taeriaeCto sign Iras nam. In hauid.tio.. K- O , - Haig, TtU., Hovoaber 12, 1A4. nun in liuuidatioa. " SWA.