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THE MEMPHIS. DAILY A.PPiii-W33ISrESr). SEiPTJLMBEH 17, 1SS4.
RAILWA1TREC0RD. AJ2JTAI ASD ftPARIURS Ot TBA1&&. Tninsmov. as follows! No. (mail daily) leaves . i . m iN'o. 6 (Newbsrn accommodation daily I.w't "under) t 4 p.m. No. 7 arrive t i:u L . v. aifc.whera aeoommodauoa daily x- P mti l.tsus Bosfc Train t mon t i lo (central standard time! : No. 1 leave daily at5: p.m.t arrive at 11 :1S p.m.! No. 3 laTt l 4:40 a.m. I arrive at 7 ;uo a.m. : No. 5 Ureig it) leaves HopcSeM daily, except Sunday, at :l5a.i.t arrivos st:20p.m. AHv'll " NMlmile-Train rooTeai etllowa; Fist mail arrive daily at 4:45 a.m.) (Mfiitl ll:ts p.m.! mail leave daily at 8:10 4,1, Brownsvili accommodation leave? daily, aeept Sunday, at 4:15 p.in.i mail arrive daily stt:Ji p.m. Brownsville accommodation arrive ally, zopt Sunday, At 8:10 a-m. (standard ). . la phi and CtisrlMtoai Train move M follow: Throagh eprsa leavei dally at Tr a.m. Mail and etpross leave daily at 9:1j a. at riotnervill accommodation leaves daily, sscept Sunday, at S:li p.m. Through express arrive daily at 4:15 a.m. Mail and express arrive daily at 9: tip. in. 8omervilleaooomoia datv.n arrives daily. ! Sunday, at 8: JOa-ia. MKalxalppI aad Ta?nwe Train move a? foilown: New Orleans ina l loaves daily atoius D m.t fcarii accommodation leave daily, ex cept Bandar, at 4:S0p.m.: freight train leave dily,evceit Sunday, at 9:45 a.m. New Orlean mail arrive, daiiy at 9:30 a.m.i Sardi aocom modatiou arrive daily, except Sunday, at 9:00 a.m. : freight train arrive daily, except Sunday, 'lakM?Ctty-,ipriBKnclclMnI Mrmphla. Passanger train leave M. and T. depot at :40 a.m : arrivesat 6:39 p.m. daily. Throuch freight lseveVTt Memphi. at 10:45 a.m.! arrive, at 8iA p.m. Local freiirbt discontinued. Anight aHti-lrt ose. No. 31 Vndion street. SAXE COMMISSIONER'S o Valuable Lands and Personalty Is Tnnlca Count y. Mis. BT virtne of a decree of the Chancery Court of TurTlca eoantv. Mississippi, rendered on the 7th day of July, 1S44, la a cause in raid court wherein William 11. Berry, aiministretor,eto., t at., are complainants, and VJ illia-n C. olkee t al.. are d.fendant Xo. 411, the undersigned commissioner appointed by aid court to execute aid decree will, on WednMdnr.llie 1st Day ft October, IHht between the hour prescribed by law for sale un der execution, at law. at the courthouse m the town of Aunio, oi : eanl county. eaU Jt lyiblio ven due, to the his est bidder. lor cash, ail of the stock. fnrming implements ana oino;- "" larttiersmp nrm oi r tier m. , iuu sou, at for one- the lale pa also at seme time and place will to the hiirbest bidder. rtuhlie vendue. half cash and the remainder OB a credit of twelve oion.hs from the day of ale, and in tract of not exceeding ISO acre the following lani .lying in said ciunty, ad described a follows, to-wit; All of section twenty-nine (?.', the east half of Motion toirta Gi). a'l of section tbiity one (311. and all of section tbirty-twn '&!, in towahi four (4, ra-te eleven (11) west: anil all of section six ti!) in township five (A), range (II) wet. Pure 'acrs will be required to execute notes for do erred payments, to bear six per cent, interest from the day of U. The abate lands are k own as'the Flier & Folk plantation, and lie shout four milre from Mhoon'a landing, and on the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas railroad, and it is confidently expected that a depot of s.iij road will be located on said lands, acres of which is cleared, and about 850 acre has been but recently in a fine ctate of cultivation. Au?at 25, lS-il. J. B. BO01UK, Commissioner, etc. Melon & Wauon, and!. W. White, Solicit era for complainant. t 37 Court Plate, IttUlSVlUE, XT., Mat lli-Hillftl.il ha Ttflle Will TvJVsJ. Cures nil form cf PRIVATE, CHKONIC avad SEZUAl D1S- AbS S pormatorrliaa and Ixnpotancy, m tM iatt W w4f-abm lm yMih. ntwI xim im atut tatrvr 7m, m- otter cvu, vmI prw-Jm-trtf ttnm it ihm M iwiaf trflwta: Nwttwo. Swlna) aCnilwaioea nltht jRii tii by 4-vnti), DinNrM W SifKt, pf Ht Mnnorv, Fhjr lMy, Pinpeww ub Vmtm, Avrraiwa I Society of Vmavlv, X. u. kiw st lWjjt, Lain of !Wztavl Powrl lc, mrdtfiif wttiAC wror-'" nT fief 7, tr tbotrmily eWl fan. t-i rL STPHlLlS '"'y GLEET. MrWtm, Orrbitta, Nmbi (or Ruptw). iPiieav, 4vsl Ltr miwX li qMtcfcljr rami. U U MU-wisWvi lhl ft phTtrcuui ho fstryt p4 -tU 9W Ortjil BSSM f tliearaVtM, SVIXl tmtlrif eaVmatinilsj Ma- mly. wivtn rnmt titU. rnytidni kni tia feet cltsm raw eumetji psjriui t my or. VVhtn 111 iarcorl to vlait Km Hty for trvnto-Biit, mrtfviiiM cm bo ami ptiwumlf a' hW; hy mU or oibtom uywhtra, Cuv9 Onaraated la all Caa Cnomsulou pvraoakllf or by IfUsfp, trm aUitl ..vtt. CatMeal rwkHM:mhr) bV4 wrlWdiwf atrtti tXtVtlsMttUL a PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of fs ! aay artdww, aMunlv Maid.tar tintty A) anta. jUiautS ba Kfcl !y all. Aadnm a abava, Uflke kauanxMta.M.laSP.M. Soadaj t la 4 P. M. Notice to Contractors. 5' Boiir or Mtastasirri Lv Coumissioxkbs, 1 Geewii.i.k. Mihs., Auguat 87, 1n4. I SEALED PKOPOSALti will ba received at the office of tue Board of Mississippi Ievee Com missioners, at Greenville, Washington county, Mis., up to 2 erjock p.m., Monday, September 15, laS4, for eonstmcting the following levee : rOII!STg MTmATKS. CUBIC TO. RoberUonville Hoop (Coah .ma Co.) 90.(0 Koberuonville Levee (Coahoma Co.) . OT.O00 New Hope Levee (Coahoma Co.).. 37,isio Vemilion Lake Enlaraement (Bdivar Co.) 40,0i) lrfinawood Lei-ee (Wash'ngton Co ) 11I.( Tlayea Levee (IssauenaCo.) 10.0.4) Ulrnassriok l.evee (Warren Co.) llitt.OOO flans, profiles and specifications of the above work tan hf seen, and other information that bidder may lair obtained at the office of Win. bUrlins, chief engineer. Payment to be mRd on monthly estiiuaVss jn cash. Uood and u(n cient teouritT will b eiuircd for the proper ex ecution of the work, nd naiues or sureties at tached to the bids. Uids lumt be addressea to W. A. Everraan, treasurer and secretary, and Indorsed "Proposals to construct leveos." Ihe right to rejeot any aad all hid will be reserved. iy order of th. H.KV kM AS. FINANCE AND TRADE. Basineas was quiet at the banka yester day, with no chances in general conditions of the market. Each day's approach to the cotton season proper increases the animation abont the Exchange, though there is little to en courage business in receipts of the staple. Prices in all markets are ranging downward and price-lists are being revised iathat di rection almost daily. The market was qnoted quiet at the close, with middling quoted at 10,c, and sales 50 bales, all to spinners. Receipts were 41 bales, of which 2 were by river and 15 by wagon and oth erwise. Shipments, 10 bales. Stock, 4707 bales. New York spots closed quiet, with middling quoted at lOJc; futures closed barely steady, with September quoted at 10.28, October advanced 1 point, and other months unchanged. New Orleans spots closed steady at decline, with mid dling quoted at 10c; futures steady, Sep tember quoted at 9 93(J t8, October de clined 2 points, and other months ad vanced 1 to 2 points. Liverpool spots closed flat and somewhat irregular, quoted at 66 3-10d ; futnres closing quiet, Sep tember 5 60-644 buyers. Total stock at Liverpool, September 11th, 654,000 bales, against 783,000 bales same time last year. Beceipts at all porta yesterday, 10,221 bales. In general trade th.9 notable changes are the firmer condition of provisions and other staples. Lemons are higher on ac count of growing scarcity. Other articles as previously quoted. Receipts and ship ments yesterday were : IMPORTS. One hundred and twenty brls apples, 528 rls bagginp, 130 tcs bacon and hams, 60 pkgn boots and shoes, 2 pkpa cheeso, K ska offee, 1 cow, 0!) pkgs dry goods, 15 pkgs era, 303 bris flour, 672 bales hay, 2 cars hay, 3 hd horses and mules, 600 bdls iron ties, 241 pkgs lard, 5 cars lumber, 75 pkgs liquors, 2(H brls meal, 77 S kgs nails, 3 cars oat?. 300 brls potatoe.o, 3 cars bulk pork, 5 cars packid pork and 293 pkgs tobacco. uroBTS. Eleven brls apples, 59S rls bagging, 142 tcs bacon and bams, 125 sts bran, 2 brls beans and peas, 1 pkg butter, 162 pkgs boots and shoes, 1554 bu corn, 5 bbis cotton-seed oil, 26 pkgs cheese, 120 sks coffee, 4 hd cattle, 153 pkgs dry goods, 1 pkg eggs, 703 brls flour, 17 bales hay, 26 hd horses and mules, 881 bdls iron ties, 146 pkgs lard, 3 cars lumber, 35 pkgs liquors, 157 brls meal, 27 brls molasses, 510 kgs nails', 45 sks oatf, 28 brl onions, 40 brls potatoes, 4 cars bulk pork, 16 bris packed pork, 122 brls sugar and 200 pkgs tobacco. THE COTTON MARKETS. The local market opened and closed qaiet, with quotations unchanged, sales of 50 bales all to spinners, tions at the close were: and Q iota- Ordinary.. Good Ordinary....... Low Middling.. Middling....... Good Middling. MMH Middling Fair fair Yesterday ..Aom. 0. ..10' ..l(i Nom. Day Before iom. i Koui. Stock September 1, 1S4 neoeived to-day COTTON STATEMENT. Msucbi. September 16, 1884. 5.516 44 532 11 1.405 6,122 1,413 Received previously. Shinned to-day ShirtnjMl nravinnslv. Home consumption to date Stock, running aooonnt ' Imports, Thus far this week. .... Tbus far last wecK... Sicca September 1st Memphis and Charleston Railroad..... Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad..... L and N. tl. rt. Railroad- Memphis and Little Rock Railroad Cbesaueako, Ohio and S. W. Railroad . H'aamem.... Wagon and other sources Total Thus far this week'. Thus far last week.. Since September Ut.. Mississippi and Tennesse Railroad.... 10 New York spots opened quiet and easy ; at 12, quiet; at 2, quiet, closing quiet, with sales of 775 bales. Closing quota tions were: ! Ordinary..... S'i V, Uood Ordinary... ! Low Middling .. Miaanng flood Middling . Middling Fair- fair. 4.7U7 177 ft! 576 n 5 5 5 1 s 15 44 Jhport. M...-lirra lllj-i WA ml IS .H dis.3 dis4 par FINANCE. Money 8 per cent, on satisfactory col lateral to regular customers. The following table shows the clearances and balances, the ratos of exchange and price of local stocks and bonds at the close of yesterday's busi ness: CLEARINGHOUSE STATEMENT. Clearing Balance September 16th t 74, 29 I 'J,17 OS Thus far this weak . Itt.o.) 23 2ii,fttl .-4 .Same time I art week ll.44d 35 f7,!8 75 Same week 18-fl... 27u,tV.S 08 SI. 128 14 Same week 18& 1:,M 61 17,662 3d EXCHANGE. New Tork nartft1 nram new ansmnii aigni., Hew Orleu...... BANK STOCKS Bank of Commeroe. 145$ Firt Nation al 1 1 HctUO German N ational. as.a Manhattan ., , ,, ,., , ,..., ni.' State National . ......... ...1.10.l Union and Plantar ... 14o t4 Mercantile ..-..1153120 INSURANCE STOCKS. ilome ....... BluGT City. reopie.., PlanUr. Phoenix Memphis City.. vandoreilt.. Hernando . Arlington ... RAILWAY STOCKS Memphis and Charleston......... Mississippi and Tennessee... Louisville and Nashville..., Mobil and Ohio.. ......... RAILWAY BONDS, Memphis City.. ... .... Memphis k Charleston id tuort . 7 (1885)100 Momphis A Charleston eonsol 110 Memphis Jt Little Rook, 1st murt. 8a lis) SJIfll si '. io6a ....... ....... .....!( J 4lB 7? llXlu6 101 K9 49 45 24 eVJ 10 M103 Twin Foes fo Life Are Jndlgostion wid Constlpntlon. Their piliuary nymptoms ore ainonj the most distriK'luy of minor human iillinciiln, ond a liost ot illseasc, iecaily resullnnt Jrora tbcm, muttwJly "i'Sri" "to each otber nud aauil nt ones wholo macliiiicry of life. Nausea, Kofi lratu, Bour Utonmcli, OUztness, JUeanl.trHes. lilllous Fever, JimnUic', Dyspepsia, KlUiipylMseftscsl'lle. Klieumutl-ni, NeiiralKi' Iropy, nud vartou bk!u UlsurtlLTD. uro nmuna; tlin yuittojiw and malttilicn cntivil by tlcransciucut t)I of the Uuuu:h nud bowtU. r . A Thorough Purgative mMHfie Is the first nwnaity for cure. Tlwn tlie cntlmiiio offiwt nmt b miiln tultu'il, lit a mild lU'irree, lut KiilTicU ut to prevent a recurrence of coMIvcuoms and ut tlia suae tlmo tUo liver, kkUiKV mid ..toiimen inuat be stimulated aud trcngUicued. - . sqawax f) AcconiplNh tills rc-torntlvo work better than nuy other nicdieiue. Tliey are tirebliv,' ami tlioropb, yet nitld, In their unrvstlvo aetl.m. Tlu-y tlo not prlio tlio iiatlenu and ilu not inilueo a costive ro IrttonVaa htheefffct of other c.illmrt e.. litirotii. hcpnilc and touic.cf the bifheat aneitlutnal value Slid Absolutely Cure ATI diase rrrocccdlnit front disorder .f tho diwtlve and asaimlhilory oi?)l. The pronii u-e of Ayeu'8 Vll.u correct tht first Inillcations of coctlyp avert tha aeri.Hi illncsseii which lir-rlMt ot thnt cornlltl-i wouhl inevitnbly Inauca. All Irrecularitle In the ax-tuin of , tlio bowels looKcneaa as Well s coustl imt ion era bcnefleiiilly controlled bf AYrn's l'lLUi, mid for tlio stlinulatloB of diuostiv organs wenkeued by lonp contimied ilvaix'iwla, oio or two of A yeb's rii.i.s daily, nfter llam;r, will Uo tnoro good than anytbiug else. Leading Physicians Concede That Ayhf.'. rtt.LS rr tho best of all cathartic mcdli'lnm, ami runny pmetitlon cm, of tlw binbcst -uunlius, customarily preset ibo tbcuu AYER'S PILLS, PREPARED BT Di?j?Ayot & Co.', Lowetli Mass. lAnuJytfcal Chenucti For aala b 11 DrnggUU. Mississippi A Tennessee eonsol A.. .123 Mississippi at Tennessee consols U. 1C4 SsxtTenn.. Va. A Hi. eonsol ,s M18CKLLAN UOUS. Taxing-District compromise bond . 57 Mem. HtoraceComp. Co... . W Memphis Gas CompanF stock... C5 Memphis Gas Company bonds Jul Mem. Wat. Co. bonds, accrued int'at.. Memphis Water Coujpn sto... . 60 Memphis Citjr bonds, old............ 86 Memphis City compromise bonds...... 70 loii log 10 11 New York futures opened steady at de cline; at 10:22, fcteady ; at 11:3-1, quiet and firm ; at 12 :30, quiet and firm ; at 1 :3d, quiet and firm; at 2:30, steady, closing; barely steady, with sales ot 85,700 bales. Clos ing q uotatiouB were : Yesterday January.... - 10.303iU.31 Fobruaxy ..10.4.! c10.42 March April May... J ana... July August. September. uctober..... November, Ieoember, . .. lO.&o aiO.Vl to x:(a.m i;4 IZ. Jl'.l '.lo! 79910. W) lo. i lo.sa .10.28D ..10. '5 10.14 10.15 Day Before 10.30 10 81 10.4(10.43 10.S5 JlO.W 10 07(410.08 10.70all0.80 10.90 10.92 -(- 10.33i10.35 10.14v9l0.15 10 5 10.203 . 10.20al0.21 The New Orleans scot market yesterday opened easy ; at 1 :3(), essy, closing steady at decline, with quotations declined i 3-10 j. Sales, 10 bales. Closing; quota tions were : Yesterday Day Before Ordinary 8 9-10 8 11-10 good Ordinary 9 9-16 8 11-16 owMiddliun 9;. 10 1-16 Middlinc -10 10 3-16 Uood Middling........ 10 3-16 10 5-11 New Orleans futures opened steady; at 11, steady; at 12, steady; at 1:30, steady, closing steady at the following quotations, with Bales ot 41,100 bales : Yesterday January 9.MrslO.0O renruary m. izsiu. is March . April May June..... July Aufruat September .. October Noromber... December... .10.30 )I0.37 .10.48 410.41) . 10.60sjl0.til .....10.75 hid. 1 . 9.95' 9.9 . .83 9.84 ... 9.8;i) 9.81 . 9.87(9 9.1)8 DAILY BULLETINS. Day Befor 9.98 a) 9.99 10 1110.12 10.2K410.2 10.;Vvi0.3o 10.48(0)10 49 10.62 9 10 68 10.76 bid. 10.(fl9bid. 9 8"3 i).t 9.7S.v 9.79 9.87ul 9.88 Markitl Ree'U- 'Pri0- ttock Galveston Quiet. 653 10 3-10 7,9:8 Ne Orleans.. St. dool. 1.0T:. 10 16.782 Mobile -Ouiet. S 1U 8,311 fiarunnab .... Quiet. 4,:W 10 15-16 20.765 Charleston Eisier. 2.:.r) 10 8,430 Wilmington... Easy. 37) 10 l.hoi Norfolk...... Quiet. 640 ldV 1.S30 Ilaltimore tiuiet. .... 10 4,661 Horn York Quiet 10i 89,8T)9 Boston . Quiot. 2i0 11 6,310 Philadelphia. Quiet. . mi 4,818 St. Louis...... Quiot. 100 V)'Z 1,609 Augusta Easier. I 601 9 11-10 . Day' reoeipts, 181...... ..... . 10,221 Da' reoeipts, 1 .... 11,821 Day' receipt. 182 9,606 CONSOLIDATED 8TATBMK3T. . This Last Last Week. Week. Year. ReeIpU,4 lay 35,543 17,557 45,441 KiporutoGr't BriUin 11,607 7.131 7,.Vs ExporU to Continent.. 1,716.. 2,n Stock at all port 137.4Wj 115.707 260.3.;6 This Last Year Year. Year. Before. Reoeipts sineeSept.lst m.im 143.022 117,073 Foreign export 44,737 56,420 i6,7'5 Stock at U.S. port 137,58't 206,355 135,581 Decrease In receipt ... 4i,983 Memphi City coupon from old bond 35 aiempau uity cou. rrom Memphis City leigar ball 104 H125 - 0 60 70 - (B100 m m- 104 lUlk 9 60 m 9 THE COXriXEXTAIi FIBRE MANUFACTURING CO. OF MEW TOBK. OHOANTZRD under the lews ef the Stat of New York, March 31, 18S4. l Stts a.tOO.OOO. SOOO Miarra, iun fai-a. ilVirlrk-RO 1- VI. Nhrrock. IVesidaut! S. A Qo.ldard. Seoretaryt John W. Andenon, Trea r, BOAKD Or" DlRRCTORS-Lee B. t-hrvock. I, K. Bedncld. John W. Anderson, L. J. elasoue. H. W. Blair, llenry Bradstreet, B. John kill. a a I bm'ce of the' Company la New Yerk. So. ! iaimiaerw ,sraes. ,,aniii ? 3 V"a? P? v 'c:a. City cou. from eomn. bonds- KO f : . i . i . ac ' 1 1 I . Ultf I'lMDI nviauMi.., ...... . .MampbiaOityiudam'Uonoou.Abond 35 Memphi City paving indeblrdnc ss S5 9 HilT county (Mem. Jt Ohio H. ft.) uslOO s!03- 1 Shelby county (M. A u. a.K.)Floag...l02S')l(t Nhelty county warrant. ........... 96 t 98 Missuippi Lovec scrip 10 Pioneer Cotton Mills ....... 85 (S VU Cot. &A. bull. bond, ao. int. added, par e By Telesrapti. Naw Yokk, September 10. Money easy at Ifeli per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5K''(ii per cent. Btarlioa exchange banker' bills wetk, 4&i ; demand, 484J.. Bonds Uovernments easier. UaUfaya lower. State eecurit es quiet. stocks Boainess resumed at the Stock Exchange this morning with a feverish tone to tha market. Before. 11 o'clock a.ru , however, a notipeable buyin move ment set 10, and there was a rise oi t to i i per cent., the- latter Lackawanna, which sold np to 101. At midday the market was weak again, ana continued so untu within ho) an hour of the close of busi ness. There were reports affecting the credit of a leading national bank, but the Dresident denied that there was any truth in them. - The bears at times made sharp raids against the coal shares, gran ire re and Union Pacific, Tha decline in prices fanned from J to 31 per pent. abont 2:30 o'clock the market began to harden nnder pmchasea f r abort account. nd arallv ot i to U per cent, too p-ace. Deleware and Hudson, Lackawanna, Union Pacini!. Lake Shore and grangers were the must urormoent. la the nnal transaction a firm tone prevailed. Com' pared with last niitht'a closing prices the market was to i i per cent, loner, except for Lackawanna and New York Central, whiah B-ere i to i per cent, higher, fct. Taul and Eulutn preferred brought 75, an mlvanrn of 10 oar cent, com Dared with the last previously reported calf; and St. Louis and San Fi micUtio first preferred Hi, declined C ner cent. Thn f.vtmiuj Port has the following in its financial column: "Mr. Smithers, the axrurtannt over to examine the condi . . . .,, . . 1 " , , 1 Hon ot Liouisyiueana wasnvuie on oeua.i nf the foreign stockholders, completed hij nrt aatiMlm'torilv aua nas Bone nome. We understand, on what seems to be tniatwortliv authoritv. that a syndicate of : . , ' . . ' i -;n ..i Danaers nas oeeu iprraeu wm i whatever amount of the fo,fhw,000 bonds that mar be left after the stockholders have subscribed. One Amsterdam banking bonce ia reported as ready to take $' ,000.OJt) ami the remainder is proviauu ur ia tue same way, the price to be HO for bonds, with an eaual amount oi preierrea siock, The company have had oilers for all the bonde at mis price oy usuiera wanted 10 per cynt. commission, but re- fnspil to dv over 74 per cent, earnings, though showing a small deefaWd in the gross trom last year, snow a gain in mo net eurninin, a result of more economic manaireraent. it is reported, oj private cables from London that in consequence ftf th failure of the foreiun Becurity hold- Ari of Erie to advance money to pay off tha mmniDT a floating debt, Mr. Jving is selected to take charge of Erie as receiver, but not as pra;,lent. Closing quotation were as follows: Liverpool spots at noon were quoted flat and somewhat irregular, with sales of 8000 bales, of which 5500 were American. Receipts, 13,000 bales, of which 2000 were American. At 12: Uplands, 6 M6d ; Orleans, 6id. At 2i Upland", Gd ; Orleans, 6 3-lGd. Liverpool futures at noon opened de pressed : September, 5 61 64d : October, 6 5(1 Old ; September OctoLer, 5 5G-04d ; October-November, 5 51 64d ; November-December, 5 49 Old ; December-January f 43 ; January- ebruary,o 4U-b4d ;r ebniary March, 5 51-641; March April, 5 54-641. At 2: Dull at decline; September, 5UC4d, value; October, 5 50-64d, value; Heptembcr October, & 50 64 ), value; Oc tober-November, 6 51-641, sellers: Novem ber-December. 5 40-641. uellers: December- January, h 48 61d, buyers ; January-February, 5 40-64d, buyers: February-March, & 51-64d, buyers March-April, a 54-64d. value. - - ; At 4: September. 5 03-644 ; September- October, 5 55-04d; Oatober-November, 5 ou b4d ; riovember December, Lecerjaber- Jannory, 5 48-64d. iitaucuesier xarns ana iauncs steaay, bnt little doing. ' At 5: September, 5 G0-64d buyers; Octo ber, 5 53-64 J, sellers; September-October, 5 66-C4J, sellers ; October-November, 5 61 (141, sellers; November-December, 5 49 64d, buyers ; December-January, 5 48-64d, buyers; January ttbruary, o 4iM4a buy ers; Febrnary-Man-h, 5 51-61J, buyers; Alarc-Apnl, 5 5v64d, buvers. Futures closed quiet. GENERAL TIIA.DE. rrHli7 J. Wa OK;i.l at ta,. W71 stnat 4IO mn . atsiila.Tait KM-1CTION SOTICE. Han laiasirstnpei lr n l)i! Mltv .,.VI,.U.m nf ftka I . ntl irnal CempaeT are here I. v notified that fiie Annual Klecti.m fer Thlrtu Uirectur rill U kald at tie otHceofth Madiaaa etreet, on Wednesday. October 1, ISM Jjaivtas Use hour of Vi m. and p.m. a BI! N r. PHlCK.SecreUry. Taaaaav a 4 aaaaaae V 11 -awT a-a l r - 1 WsBm J antl.i-Vs-ti mm ! ik ,4 So ata. al lJaU .! tOTUSDISW. is. 12"1. Facilo 04 of 1895, 12T. U.S. 9a, 100'i. 4s. Ui. oana C. P. urU,ll2. , Krie seconds. !m. Lehinh A Wilkes., 9. l . ..n.,.!. Til. Missoarift, V't. U. P. sink, fund, lt7. At I . . K l,ai VirainiAfia. Kf . St. P. A 8.0. trstj, Vyi. Va- eon., e-m. .. ii. Teua. es, ota, f'a. va. ooneote m. BTiaiB T. P landtranU, 35',. T. P., Kio U. div., . laai grants, 7! lean. . new. a Xa ; -u: flrma a ll,.imriall,li laaa Iinlall. 130. A'leaheny Central, 3'. Alton A Terre 11.. i). A. A T. H. ld, 7i. American ax.ress, U..C. H. A N..M. Canada Pacifle, Canada Southern. XI. Central Paeiic. CtMaiik A Ohio, 7. C, A 0. 1st pfd; li. C. A O. W .f.l, . Chicago A Alton, 130. 0. A A. pfd, 1A. 0 , B. A St., Ul. o . m lin. a. tt C ft. L. A P., . Ovwcea Imp., Id. 0., rH. L. A P. rfd. 20. Paostc Mail, 8 Mobil A Ohio, . Morrit A lini, 122. Nub. A Chat., M.J. Central, M. s. a w. rM. Northern.Paciic, 20 Vi. North Pae., afd. ti. Mortsweetera, Korthweetsara pfd, 2TVi. N. Y. Ceniral. 9. Ohio Central, Onto A Muaiaainpl. 20. Ohio i Miss. pM, J. Outario A Wsslars, 11. Ovearon N avierattoB, rVV. Oreaou Areas., u1 lt. I aacaarafclc ! I Sm IIWlapTl S fn irauoa ! - lwa a la i) i aiwaya I inn::i I Uaa, l-laaa., ) a. L attirr, f ral U aa tUMea. W Mu,u r, Cravkr, b Hilliara fua Tta,k aal AUNi, ijrnt- C ataala. ataaa. Fua- F vatler. Jraalrv.V Hua earka, Uati rnraiar iaa ii tmWtla. a sua )eanrraaba4alarl. E ., by DracrlMi auj fctraccra. J 11 . IV. I. BERRY wTAS KF.MO VF.I hi ka.ee 4a th corner of 11 k...nlli and Carulina afreets, ana hereby t ,,.'., i method of notifying hi frianiu Ulat he ;i oonnected with the business en tue Joruer T6i.- "d Jacaaoa .traeta. -her. be formerlr wa loli: . i c a n t , T V., oh. aa v., ii. . C. A C. SS. lel. i. Had., 8Z-. Del. X La.k., :'. Denver A kio S.. 1H. Erie, Vi" . Iris rfA, SSS. , Past TeonaaSM, C- . KaatTana. pld. 1. Fort V ayna, l.M. U.aaihal A St.Ji H. A St. J. pfd, BS.V Birlem, lS. 'tfoaa.,:a A Taxa. SO. Illinois ftevw:, 142. I,.B.Af..ft. kansaa l iciaa, ic. laake Brie Lake Pho' v a sjouiav. m iiMBT.,, L , fit. A. A t'bl.. It. S a. A Cin. 1st pfd. 10. ar. A Cia. 2d rfd. 5. Men. A laaMMun.'Jb. Vjchlaran Ceairal. rVt. Jlaa. ia.. ! Panaaia. P..D..K.. 12H. Pittsbauw. 137. Pulimaa Pal. Car, 12S. Keadina, 2.r.4. Koch Island. 112. St. L. A 8. P.. 20. St. L. A S. P. pfd. 40 Bl. t.Asi.F 1st pld. b3. KU Paul, Si. Paul Did. I tit. P. M. A M., t0. Bt. Paul A Omaha.!). St. Fail A O. sU. Hi. Texas PaeiSe, 10. funion Paciftc, 4irfa f'.8. sLinreas. ii. . a . f a. b CT ' I. Krie A West., 11 S- A Kaahv.. Wells A l uto'l H..UU. 3. Waa m aa ew aO A General Aient for this aVaVlJ I C LIsui,OB,,r,or'heomlnf f-l I -i-'21tET VJ bF 0oC.Nau.ia.,u,fL. "STREET ARAxTS. Thl will he a mr and uniqn work, thrllllnf tai interest, spark lint and pntbetie in eoneeptioa. Js'early waisj Hsssstlrod llinatrillta which r Iwtki V.ym and Ttsrlll taia Ilewr. Mill kali al hltht, Nothin like it. Te tha richt man, with aosea aaoital, this offers thei f an openlne for business. Aildrvaa mt eisscw. t. L. i l)F.miat:F. 1-eiH BTlll. as ansa. DC. C. SWAIN, , SPECIAIsIST, Kaaib Taaiali. SA9 fteMl B)trf rVUm Pile. lWotal tJlecr. Fietula, Flsnr, "J and btrietare without it nse of the knjta. nature er cautery. J. real eeaai ana vuroate western I nion.Wn- UomeUk. a.'-, tlron Silver, . Ontario, liS Ouicksilver. S. Quicksilver pfd, 2S. Mina.A St. L. Ifd. HW. l8oalAeva PaetSe. . Missuavrl faciic, 1,1. Sutro. 17. Aac4. lSole. Tranaiactiona today aggregated 35.1,000 suarea, aa iuuussi fii.Ofsl Lackawanna, 10.r0 Kri, io,t""J Kansas A Texas, li.mi Lake Shore, 11 I Mil Knrlhwestern. 4f.uilU Rt. Paul. TU.OOO Union Pacihc. 2ti.tk) Veateru Union, lo.ooo Northern l'acitc. jfp,- Orlbaks, rVptember 16. Sight ex change on "ew Y:k' $1 !100V,.P,T mitim. Bterlinjt exchange, bankers' bills, 4S3. Lokdom, Reptemlier ld.-Cfnsols, 101 7-1 1(; account, 101 J; Erie, lit F"w seconds, a? J: New York Central, 10 ; Illinois Central, Ml ; rennsylvania Cen tral, 57; Reading til; Canadian racillc, AM : Ht- Paul. 84 i. PaRia. rDtember IB. EMitee,"0l. 4-'lc , ex-intereat. BREADiTCFFS. Corn White, 63c; mixed, 69e0o from store. From levee or depot: Round lots in bulk, shelled white, 51ooc; mixed, 6051c 11 ay Strictly choice, trom store, sue; prime, 70c; prairie, 60c; round lota from levee or depot, choice, $14 50; prime, 510 12; prairie, $8. tuw r rom Btore extra, 5J; aouote extra, $3 25; triple extra, S3 tOR3 75; tamily, 4(J4 2o; choice, Jl tu(4 o; fancy,. $5; extra fancy, $5 255 50; patents, so 7o()i 50 ; round lota trom levee or track 10(3)oUc cbeaper. Uran trom store, 75c per cwt; rouna lots from levee, f 1213 xer ton. CoBNtiKAiy Standard, i-bo : pearl, U 4U from store; 5c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oatmeal In half barrels, $3 754 from store. Cracked Whxat In half barrels, 54 50 4 75 from store. i 'ats White. 4'c: mixea. uc irom store. Eound lota from leve white, sacked. 3'3c : mixed, sacked. 30c. HoMiKY and tiBiTs rpm store, v oo (S& 75 Kica Louisiana, onsojc. Carolina, ta KBA5S ruavy, su; medium. - ou; common, $1 50(42. Kbw OaLEAKS, September .1(5. porn dull ; uiUod higher, o 1 , Locisvillk. September 16. Grain dull. Wheat No. 2 red winter, 75(5 77c Corn No. 2 white, 58c; Xo. 2 mixed, 55c; No. 2, 23 JC Kansas Citt, September 16. Wheat steady; 50c cash; 57i October: 59Jc No vember. Corn stronger: 41(414c cash; 40Js September; 2SJc bid November; 2Sa bid May. Oats dull and nominal; 21 Jc bid, 22c asked. Cincinnati, September 3C. Flour dull; family, $3 25 3 60; fancy, $3 904 25. Wheat heavv : No. 2 red winter, 7c Corn dull: No. 2 mixed, bV.c. Oats lower. Rye firmer; No. 2, 5tiic Barley steady ; extra fall, 6570c Locibville. September 16. Provisions ouiet: mesa pork, $13- Bulk meats- shoulders, 6c ; clear lib, 9Jc; clear aides. 104c. Bacon shoulders, 7c; clear no, 10c: clear, lllc Sugar-cured hams, 14c, Lard steam leaf, 9Jc; prime steam, 71c. St. iocis. September 16. Receipts Flonr. 6000 brls: wheat. 71.000 bn: corn. 14,000 bu; oats, 25,000 bn; rye, 7000 bu; barlev. 5 000 bu. Shipments fclonr, !!, 000 brU; wheat, 20,000 bu; orn, 10,000 bu ; oata, 2000 bu ; rye, none ; barley, none Chicago. September 16. Receipts Flour. 10.000 brls ; wheat, 1 lsl.OOO bu ; corn. 229,000 bu; oata, 219,000 bu; rye, 22,000 bu ; barley, 65,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 8000 brls; wheat, 84,000 bu; corn, 172,000 bu: oat. 151.000 Ou; rye, kwdu; Dar- lev. 30.000 bu. lsiole supply oi grain itfpiemimr inn, as compiled by the secretary of the Chi cago Board of Trade : Wheat, 19,797,000 bu; corn, 4, ui.tiuu ou; oats,:,i.Ki,taju pu; rye, l,07o,ouo du; parley, -jt;i,iju du. Wheat same date last year, .'-i.idiouu du., which did not include stock at St. l'aul. Newport News and Minneapolis, which airmeeate 1.000.000 bushels more. Grain in store at Chicago September 13th Wheat, 3,210,000 bu ; corn, 1,222,000 bu ; oata, 276,000 bu ; rye, 90,000 bu ; bar lev. 31.000 bu. ToUl of all kinds, 4,S3, 0(H) bu, against 10,154,000 bu same date last year. PIlOYI-tlO! Botteh Creamery, 2425c ; dairy, 18 20c; medium, 18c; butterine, 1415c; conntrv. 18c Cheese Prime fiat, 99Jc; full cream, 12J(o)13c; Y. A , ISfn M4C. Mess Pobk S17 50 per barrel; eugar cured hams, packed, 1415ic- breakfast bacon, 121 13c; dear rib bacon, 11 Hi. Br Li Poax Clear sides, 10 Jc; clear rib Bidee, lOJc; shoulders, tijc lao-Tierces, 81c; halt barrels, vic; kem. a ic: buckets, 9c; half-bucketa, 9c 20-lb Uns.kic: 10-lb tins. 91(5 'c; 5-lb tins, 9J9jc; 3-lb tino, 9, 10c; choice leaf, tierces, Vic Baltimore; September 16. Receipt Flour. 344o brls; wheat, 129,000 bu;corn, 3000 bu ; oate, 200 bu ; rye, .VX) bu. Ship ment Wheat, lO.lXW tu ; corn, '2 m bu ; pats, 800 bu. Sales Wheat, 830,000 bu; com, i"00 bn. New Oiuiu, September 16. Bulk meats in fair demand but at lower rate: shoulders, packed, tile; long clear and shoulders lower, 7ic. Sugar-cured hams lower, 14J15c. Cincinnati, September 16. Pork dull, $10 50. Lard firm, 7Jc. Bulk meata dull ; shoulders, 6c; short rib, 91c Bacon steady; shoulders, 7ic; short rib, 11c; short clear, ll$c. Butter steady; extra creamery, 2627c; choice dairy, 18c wKOCEKIES. - 8noAB Pure white, 7i7c ; off white, 77Jc; wellow clarified, 6 J(oi7c; ooen ket, tie. &j(ol6Jc; refined A, 7c: granulated, 7J7c; powdered, 8c; cut loaf, 8c CorrEE Common. loVaJlOjc: ordinary, 103lljc; prime Rio, 12c; choice, 12 Jc; old government, 2028c Molasses Louisiana, common to fair, 2533c ; prime to choice, 354oc ; fancy, 50c; syrup, 3040c; centrifugal, prime to choice, 3345c; common to fair, 2530c Baooino and Ties Bagging, jute, 9 J 114c; flax, 10 10 Jc, according to weight. Ties, $1 301 35. Candles Full weight, 14c Soap 3J6Jc per pound. Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 2Sal35c; other grades in sty lee, 35 90c. Snuff Garrett s, $11 per case; Ruphe's, $10 25 per case; railroad, $9 2-510. Salt Per car-load, $1 301 3 per bar rel ; $1 50 in sacks ; pockets, bleached, 2 j 7c ; coarse, $1 25 ; car-loads from levee or depot, 6 10c cheaper. Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per dozen: Pineapples, $1 60 1 60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, $1 60; seconds, $1 40; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard, 95ca$l ; 3-lb, $1 251 35; strawberries, $1 251 50; raspberries, $1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 101 25 ; green gages, $125150; pears, No. 2, $150; plums, $1 60 ; asparagus, $4(4 50 ; green corn, fl140; green peas, 90c$150; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 90 ; cove ovsters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oys ters, light weight, 2-lb, $120; condensed milk Crown, $6 406 60; Eagle, $8 25; Swiss, $66 25. New York, September 16. Coffee spot fair j Rio quiet; options opened quiet, closing weak; salep, 18,500 bags Rio No. 7. Sugar dull aud easier; centrifugal, 5 ll-16c; fair to good refluiDg quoted at 4,5. Mo lasses quiet. New Orleans, September 16. C-ffee dull ; Rio, cargoes, common to good com mon, 7jlljc. Sugar in moderate de mand ; common to good common, 34c ; fair to fully fair, 44Jc; prime, 4Jc; yel low clarified, 5i5Jc; granulated, 7c. Mo lasses dull ; common, 20c ; refining,2040c C'bleKKO drain and Frovialon Harkels. larCCIAL TO TH AFrKAL.l CnicAtio, September 16. The provi sion market continues quiet, with cash transactions showing light declines, and October and year a shade higher. Lard and clear ribs are also higher. The grain market was also in better tone and closed a fraction higher all round. The opening and closing prices of the day were an follows : Corn spot, 54 Jc; 55c, October, 51c, 51 jc asked; November, 43Jc, 44c. Wheat spot, 74s, 74Jc; October, 75Jc, 76c; November, 77c, 77Jn bid. uats October, I'ojc, ojc; November, 2oic, 2oJc. Pork spot, $17; $16 75. October. $16 75, $17; November nominal; year, $11 20, $11 25. Lard spot. $7 20. $7 22 J . : O tober. $7 15. $7 22 j; November, $7 07 J, $7 P5. Uiear no sides spot, $9 60, f9 70; Octo- otjr, vj oi i, ii ou, Hogs $5 2C6 15. The leading speculative grain markets on 'Change are active, while the crowd which daily swarms into the corn pit is at times very much excited. In wheat tradiDg is liberal, but with the exception of slight rallies, the tendency oi quotations is downward. - Want of confidence in current values see oast 3 have developed into a settled conviction that "short selling is the only policy offering any promise of renumerative results and the prevailing sentiment is extremely b;arish. Operators who believed that conservative buying in the neighborhood of 80c would prove profitable have either entirely parted with their holdings or have largely reduced them, the situation seem ing to be devoid of any encouraging feat ure. Yet C. D. Hamill says to-night : "While, of course, predictions of a reaction are just now without practical value, although many reasons for such an expectation might be given, I feel that the very meager net revaults to the farmer must soon become the ruling factor in the situation and in view of the possibility at least of a sudden and radical change in the prevailing senti ment I cannot advise 'short' sales at these prices. There is no indication at the mo ment of a change, but I think the time cannot be far distant when circumstances will be as favorable to holders aa they now are to sellers." There appear to be no features in the market of a supporting character, receipts being fair, other leading American and European markets lower, and the weather favorable tor the threshing and marketing of crops. The situation is also farther ag gravated by an entire absence of shioping or outaiJe speculative demand. Strong local buyers who have heretofore riven the market some support are now entirely absent, many of them having already suf fered too severely to be induced to at tempt to bolster a deal that has for months brought nothing but disaster to thone who were courag?ou9 enough to lake hold. The old theory that it is safe to buy an article like wheat because it is unusually low seems to be entirely at fault, and prominent op erators declare those who baee purchases on precedents are likely to sutler. At least such has been the case for weeks past, and the signs for an early change for the better are not nattering. rope & Davis say: ' The decline in wheat will continne until there is a fall ing off in farmers' deliveries and receipts no longer exceed legitimate wants. Com attracts much attention. The question as to whether September corn is ' to be or not to be cornered, is now more generally answered in the athrmative, and the course and tone of the market seems to warrant that conviction, at least for the present. There is, however, sutlicient un certainty as to any probable manipulation of the October option as to keep the trade constantly on th out vive. and great ac tivity and wide fluctuations are antici pated during the next six weeks, mere can be no appreciable addition to the stock ot contract stun Irom the growing crop during the next sixty days, and with unfavorable weather in the meantime, the grading of new corn must necessarily be longer delayed. The demand for shipment continues good, and with very Pght stocks ot the contract goods brokers declare they see nothing which indicates any Benons decline trom present prices. On the other hand, in sympathy with the depression in wheat tbe general tendency of operators is to sell large lines ot no Imperial, $3 754. Braudy cherries, $3 325 per dozen. CiaEB Missouri, $8 per barrel and $4 50 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, $7 25; Kentucky half-barrels, $4 6a Vinegar, 812c per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, $1 ; No. 2, 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c; half -barrel, $5. White fish, No. 1, per barrel, $6; half-barrel, $6 ; half-barrel, family-, $3 50. LUMBER MARKET. The following are the wholesale prices of lumber in this market: Timber Poplar. tVoW: cvn-nnn. IWakO: Cottonwood, $2 503 ; gum, $3(34 ; oak, $6 9; ash, $78; black walnut, $2050. Black Walnut 1st and 2d, 1, li and 3 in., $75 ; common, $50 ; culls, $2550. CTPREK8 1, 1 and 2 in., 1st and Sd tlear, $27: common, $15; fencing, 1x6, 16 ft, $16. Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $2 J 50; common, $1516. Poplar 1 in., 1st and 2d clear, $21 ; li and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $24 ; common board, $13 503U4: siding strips. Ijr6, face measure. 1st and 2d clear, $22; ceiliug, 1x6 in., 1st and 2d, $21; dreawd, 1, 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $27 503J; common dressed, 1 in., $17 50. . Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $22 5025; common, 1 and 2 in., $1516. Yellow Pins 1, 1 and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $25; dressed, $30; fi. Miring, 5 and B in., $25; flooring, 3 and 4 in , $27 50; heart step lumber, $35 40; i ceiling, $25; ceil inrr. $22 50; J ceiling, $20. Red Gum 2ds, $17 50; common, $3 11. Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run, culls out, $1011. Lath Poplar, $1 60; cypress. $2. SaiNQLES Ko. 1, sawed or shaved, $4 50; sawed or shaved saps, $3. WBI8KT, fcl. Wines Importedewrt, $1 506 ; sher ry, $1 506; champagne American ex tra, $7S; Piper Heidsick, $260(27; Mumm's extra dry, $2931 ; Raederer, $29 31; Ve.Cliqnot, $3133; claret, $3 75 13 per box; Catawba, $45 per cae. Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 506; rye, $1 757. Sr. Louis, September 16. Whisky ateady, $1 12. Cincinnati, September 16. Whisky firm, $1 11. CHiCAQo.September 10. Whisky steady and unchanged, $1 13. Baltimore, September 16. Whisky quiet and steady, $1 181 19. New Orleans, Septem' er 16 Whiaky steady; Western rectified. $1 051 25. HOUSE-BUILOIXU MATERIALS. Framing-Lumber Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine flooring, $25; shingles, $34 50; lathing poplar, $ I 75; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 'eet. Lime and Cement Lime, 75c in bulk delivered; 95c$l per barrel in stoie; Louisville cement, $175 a barrel; Rose dale cement, $2 50 a )arrel; Portland, $4 505; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris, X2 50. Hair; 6c per pound. Nails $2 50 a keg. PETROLEUM MARKET. Coal-Oil Priaie wMte, w :o esale lots, 13c per gallon. Baltimore, September 16. Petroleum firmer; refined, 7j7Jc. Cleveland, O., September 16. Petrol eum quiet; s.w. 110 , ejc. Pittsbcro, Pa., September 16. Oil dull, and not much doinjr. Opened at 75J, ad vanced to 76, broke to 75J, then rallied, advanced to 771 at 1 o clock. LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Cattle Corn fed, choice to extra, none received ; good, none received. Grps Cattle Choica, 4541c pr lb: gocd, 34o; fair to medium, 2,31c, common, lJ2Jc. bHEEP Choice sheared, oiK 4c per lb : medium, 33Jc per lb; cojamon. $1 1 60 per head: choica lambs. 5Mo.vc per lb. Cows and Calves Choice milch cows with young calves, $3040 per bead; medium milch cows with younz calves. $2025 per head. St. Louis, September 16. Hogs ouiet; Yorkers, $ 906 10 ; packing, $5 50S 15 ; butchers, $68,6 40. lieciipta, 1000 head; shipments, 400 head. Cattle btronger and generally held higher, but slow. Receipts, 17UU head. Chicago, September 16. Hoes re ceipts, 11,000 head; fairly active and 510e higher; light, $ 20(40 .10; rough packing, f 20("5 (0; heavy pacting and shipping, $5 706 15. Cattle receipts, 5000 head; steady; Mporfs, $6 607 10; good to choice, $K6 50; common to fair, $4 755 90. Sheep receipta, 2000 head ; steady; common to choice, $2 504 25. HORSES ASD MULES. Horse i Good driving,$125(3V2fl0; heavy draft, $150tfl200; saddle horses, $125 250; plu8, $4075. MEW YORK DRY UUUU.4 MARKET. New York, September 16. There has been a very good demand from Al jobbing hands, and a fairly large trade is in pro gress from agents. V ants have heen very gxd for Tuesday, and in the absence of mans telegrams are many, i nuif, lancy dress goods, sackings and suiting?, flan nels, hosiery and other specialties have had many if quests, anil lor cotton goods there has been a fair trade. Woolens hare been dealt in very lightly. ExporU of cotton goods have been 2Sl.iO packages in the past week; since the 1st of January, 113,049 packages, against 117,173 packages fir the corresponding period la't year, and 120,908 packages in JfcSl, the largest total in any previous year. STEAMBOATS. Special Notice to Shippers. AFTER the 13th day of July, tbe ata;ner Kens JMacready will, withdraw from tbe ot. JTrancts river trule, ou ac count of low water, and the steamer James Lee will tuke all freight and paseDgcrs on MON DAY, connecting with the steamer Dycusbor for ail point on St. Francis river. Through rates ana oiu oi lauinir will oe given, same aa oeiore. until furtner notice. JIBBa .in.. nft. F0R CAIRO AMD ST. LOUIS. St . Loul smi Xsw Orlraas Anchor LIB V. H. Mull FOR CAIRO AND ST. JLO01S. City of Baton Rouge, aSr- Bizbr -..master. 3ESXBBH will leave from levee litis Uil . oei.teuiuer 17th. at 9 a.m.. reservine: the rizht to r.s a'l landings tne captain may deem unsaie. xor freight or passaire apply to ..., , V. L. Hall, rass. Agt. Ai Mutin, anp i. RIVER NEWS. TEAHCKflJ LKAYINO THIS DAT. - Friar Point Jakes Lis, Claggett, S P-a. New Orleans J.A.Eccddke, O'Neal, lOa.B Whit River Chickasaw. Postal, 5 . St.Loai.CrrTBATOxRotiaa,Bizby, Va.m Osceola Pa Ada, Cooper, f p.a. THURSDAY. Arkansa City.WiLL 8. Hats, Thursday , 8 p.i HOTKJBKSTS AT THE KJCWEK. Arrivalt. City of Providence, St. Louis; Liean Adams, usceoia. Utpartura. City of Helens. St. Louis ; City o Providence, Yicksbnrg : Ida lar- ragh. V icksburg. Boat Due Down. - City of St. Louis and jonn a. Bcuaaer. Boat Due Up. Janes Lee, Chickasaw and City of Baton Rouge. Beeelpta Teaterday. City of Providence 1301 dry barrels, 30 wet narrels, 110 pkgs lard, oil) pes nag ging, 78 sks grain, 9 hd horses and mule, and 680 pkgs sundries. FITTUatK BUVES KHTS. Tub City of Eaton Rouge, Opt. H. E. Bixby, is the Anchor Line packet this morning at -10 o clock lor Uairo ana ot. Louis. Wrn. Maeson is her clerk. Thb Dean Adams. Capt Henry Cooper. is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Ojceola and the upper bends. Wm. Stnither and Chas. Bourne are her clerks. Tns John A. Scudder, Capt. James O'Neal, is the Anchor Line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for New Orleans and all intermediate landings. J. C. Elton is her clerk. Thb James Lee, Capt Thomas Claggett, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and all way land ings, i'latt Khodes is ner cietk, assisted by Will Aahlordand Oreo. Cunningham. Thb Chickasaw. Capt. Ed C. Postal, will be found in port this morning and leaves again tnis evening at o o ciock lor all points on White river, going through to Jacksonport and mating connections with packets for upptr White and Black rivers. Chas. M. and Jos. Postal are her clerks. Tub Will S. Hays, Capt. Matk R. Cheek, is the United States mail packet to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. W. C. Blenker has charge of her otlice. The Hays will con nect at Terrene, month of White river. with the R. L. Cobb for all points on Ar kansas river. - GEXCHAL BUM'S. No coxTos received by river yesterday. Thb rise in the Missouri didn't amount to much at St. Louis. The City of Helena cleared for St. Louis on time yesterday morning. Thb Ida Darragh bad about as much as she wanted out for Vicks org last night. The- Future City got away for New Or leans about 9 o'clock yesterday morning. Thb R. S. Hays was in port all yester day, and probably left for St Louis during the night. 4 Tue ke wai a faint glimmer of rain signs at dark yesterday evening, but not enough to make one take in perishable articles. Business quiet until late in the after noon, when the arrival of the City of Providence from St Louis brought about a little activity. The City of Providence arrived from St Louis yesterday afternoon with 2740 pack- age?, added abont 50 tons of freight and 50 head of mules, leaving for Vicksburg IXlUt UUIK. Maj. Miller, late United States engin eer for this district now has charge of the snagboats on the Mississippi and Mis souri rivers, with , headquarters at bt Louis. The United States snagboat C. B. Reese is still at the mouth of White river, await ing her new shaft. As soon as the boat ia put in shape she will go to work in Arkan sas river. Thr Chic' asaw is on deck 'or White river this evening as nsual. Fine times up that classic stream to be enjoyed by those who can find time to take a week's trip under the auspices of the Postals, and the Chickasaw is a "crack" boat to travel on. Four channels are reported now at Ojceola. One with 7 feet of water behind Bulletin, another with 5 feet over tbe old channel way, one with 7 feet of water down the channel between the bars, and the other with 5 feet djwn under tbe point out across the head of Yankee tow head. If all thisiwater could be made to pass through one channel boats would have bnt little trouble at that point New Orlbaks Picayune, Monday: "There is on exhibition in the office of Messrs. Brown & Rivet, on the levee, head of Canal street the model of a vessel pro pelled by three screws invented and pat ented by a Mr. Ryos, of Guatemala. Mr. Ryos claims that if a vessel ordinarily runnieg at the rate of fifteen miles an hour is provided with his screws its speed, with the same power, will be increased five miles an hour." Did anyone ever smell anything like that old sewer outlet below the foot of Union street and survive T How long will it take to get the authorities to move toward abating the intolerable nuisance? They raise cain with a citizen who hap pens to keep a nice little pet pig, but if ttietr Infernal oldfewera get oat of fix they take their own time about repairing them, no matter who has to endure tbe nuisance. All this howling about the splendid sanitary condition of the city pales to vapory nothingness in the pres ence of that old, broken sewer. It is often the case that some poor old darky washerwoman is hauled up before the Police Court and fined to the extent of the law for emptying a bucket of soap suds on the street but the cty can empty its sewers right in front of the wharf boat, which pays heavily lor its privileges at the wharf, and a deal ear is turned to all com plaints. WEATHER AND It I VERM. Ornr Sighal SsEvtr, IT. 8. A.,1 MzarHis, Ts.i., September 16. ltj&i.. j The following observations are taken at the tame moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all th stations named: THE IK TELEGRAPH J.T. FAEOASON. i. A. HUM. C. C. HEX. R. A. PAKKXK. V. Ia. W00M01 J, T. FARGASON & CO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 369 Front Street, Memphis, Tecxu Gotten eoai'.-Bi to at will kareoar earefal attentloa. W earr? at all ttme a TIl-!otd atoekt Staple and Fancy Groceries. Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, Anrl will sell a Low as vb Tiwest. We have oloaail hut Ttw Orlean sm Jokai S3. fcalltvBss. rhoav. Clark m. J. Claw A1YJ TELEPHONE COMPANY. Incorporated Under the Laws ol the State of New York April 21.1881. A Combination of Interests in the Tan-Eleetrie" and "The American Postal Telegraph Companies," also Incor porated Under the Laws of the State of New York. 1883-81. Dire tors of the mogera Teles: rapat evasJ TelflMi Vompnmy. Ttan. OOV. J. W.DKNTRK. Ohio. President. Dr.. W. BOSBriS, Maw York, Viee-1'reaidant. liaa. PRANK AKMHTKONli. Tela. Becretar. Hob. HOB BUT KLUTZ, Pennsylvania, Ireaaarer Hon. THOMAS X. CrUriKNl)K4, Indiana, Counseller. J. HAKHLs KOaHKJ, Hew Tork. Saparrlslas UUetnelan. Hon. UKKNANDO D. MOSEY, liiLipt. Col.R. F. U)ONK, Tennessee. Hon. TAB H. AlAJi jlUia. itisUlppl. EEC. Z3-J&r&K& c& CO. Wholesale !Groeers, Cotton factors v And Commission Merchants, " 232 and 234 front St, Memphis, Tern BrrWKSa ADAKI AIB Hf niSOS. Mr. T. B. KAXSTXT dTote his whol time to th We'.ihlrj and Sal of all Cottoa IntrnataA to ou cbar.. uuoa n are Douse, in n xninttnn street. FulmerliiomtoQ fi Co I wo. 2o t'Kssvx HTttaronr. ursmvmm. t em in. SCHOflLFffiLD, BANAUER & CO 256 A3TD 25S FROITT STREET, mm ' STRICTLY WHOLESALE. wL asat ft . B "; I aH Hal H . I r-". a. a ON COMMISSION. 7 llil) una mil TOKTIO. rCAPITAI. PKIXE, S7S.00W-M ekota svaily S5a Raiara la a)raarlli ESI Louisiana State Lottery Company. " Ws do Itmbt evrtVy 'aot ar0ras. i. tr. raavraaraxt ter all Ikt Monthly and Urmi-Annmat lrawmp e A. rfHiMtoaa SlaU Lottery lmpon, in persnt mnnape mnd control I. Zfrawinpf Uemtlvrm, mnd tkat IA. saw. or. tamdurttd with nonntytt WTivt ami in food faith toward ail parties, and m mntkorim iA Caatpemy to mm tAts otrtifceat, milk ne-maiaa of oar inaiM- atlewteo!, in it advcrUommonts. VonsslMlratn. laoorporated In 186S for twenty-f ve years by tin Leialatnre for Kducational ana Charitable) par poses, Willi a capital of tl.UUO.Oid, to wtiiota a re serve fund of over V.VmJ,(Rj0 ha ince been addeii. By an overwhelmin popular vote ite franehi, wa made a part of the present State Constitution, adopted Uecember 2d. A.D. 187V. Tit orly Lottery mr vosso! on and indord by tA poopU of any Utalm. Jt nooer ooaUo or posfpoae. I la eraaWI Hina-I Xaaiker DrAWlnsra la a nltacv mnnllily. A afLKsDlOltPPOtlTIITTTA Wilt A FOKIINK. TKNTll GRAND URAWISd, CLASS K, IN TUB ACADEMY OV MllBlC. NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY, Oeieker 14, lW4-i;sd Monthly Drawing. CAPITAIs PHIZK, S7.-S.OOO. ' 100,0O Tlekela nt aoollsirw arlu rnsctlwaia, id Flflria in propartlon. LIST Olf PB1ZKS. 1 Capital rrii . J n.m 1 Capital p''" 26,0(i0 10,014 12,0( lO.uot) lo.oio ltl.AOl) 20,ll I,(SS) 2n,ll ab.UOO 6,70 4,500 3() 1 Capital prise 1 Caoital prise 1 PrieoftriuOO.. 6 VntmM of aJ.. 10 Priiaa of 10ISI. Priae of 500 ... 100 l'riies of ) .. 300 Priae of 100 M0 Pri of &I...m : . IOuO Prie of APPROXIMATION PKUKb. 0 Approximation prises of t7-'n.....H. 9 Approaimation prise of 11...-. Is Approiimatlon priae of 260.. 1967 Prises, amounting to.. 4236,500 Application for rate to olub shoald be mad only to th ofBo of tbe Company in New Orlean. For farther information writ rlearly. givinc full addres. Make P. O. Money Order payable and addre Recistered Letter to NEW OatLEAKS SATIOM At. BAKK, Sew Orlstna, IjOV, POKTAt HOTE and ordinary lottera by Mail or Express (all aut of to and upward by Kxprea at oar expenee) to I. A. 1A1'1III1, Hew Orlraas, asa. orM. A. nVPIII, 7 Mpvrxlh ., Wamtslnarto), D.C.. or at s wtw l enn ws iaissiin. iaa. i;;t; JgWgim tliat is tt jlH FSML Climates. r;i.Hiv The greatest of all remedies. Infallible Cure for all Pulmo nary Diseases and General De bility, and the only remedy beneficial in Malarial For diseases of the Throat and Lungs it has no equal. A trial will conyince yon ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE, Trade .applied at reasonable discount by J. J. DUFFY fc CO., v Memphis, Tenn. llannfactaren and Proprietors, H. BIM U01F C0 Kew Tork aad Charleston. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, No. 17 Jellenoa 8t, ofwoea Hatsi avusl rrwwt. aTOBaphlo ESTABUBB ED IN 1860.) DR. JOHNSON t acknowledged by all parti Interested as by far the nioatauoceesfnl rhy. sician in to taoatment ot prleato or seoret dis ease. Qnidk, pcrmaaont ouro roaranteod ia Try case, mal or female. Reoent eases ot Gonorrhea and Syphilis cured in a few day, with ont tho nse of mercury, chant of diet or hln- oranoe rrom onsiness. oeconaary nypnuie, ice last vestige eradicated without trie use of nier- enry. lnrolnntary loss ol semsa stopped la aorttim. Su-erer from impotenry or loss ot seiual power restored to fro vigor IB a lew weeks. Victims of a.lf-abus and esoaesive renery, (utfering from spermatorrhea and los ot physical or mental power, epeeuuy ana pernjs nenlly oured.. Partlcnlar attention paid to ti e Disease ot Women, and cure guaranteed. Pile and aid tores cured withont tbe us of caultlc er the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. aUdicinei rent by oipt to ail part ol tha ooontry. mar Working!-- eared at half the usual price 0o hour from I o'olork a.m. to 9 p. ro. u, p. .vunoi;.,, :n . u. MXOOWlSSSt & Co Doors, Sash,Blinds and Moldings 1 ALL KJNDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, Brackets, Sc roll-Work, Eongh aad Brewed Lumar, Shingle, Lata, Ete 161 to 179 Washington St., Llemphis, Tenn Pooler Street Can Carry you tu th Markathnna. 6n Sataasw from the Kill. Dlrwctwra r tho Fsua-EIoetrle Tolepbosi stssal Tclrrava Cwssspavatloi. Qen. JOSEPH B. JOHNSTON. Virginia, Pro! dent. Senator ISHAJaO. HARRIS, Tenneueo, Vioa Preaident. aeaator A. 11. OA BLAND, Arkanaa, Couanllor. Hen. CASKY lOUWuV, lennesaee. becretary aad Trtaaa.au rr. Got. JOHN U. BltOWrT. Missouri. Hon. J. 1. C. ATKINS, Tonne. Col.R. F. LOON tT, Memphi. J .Harris kOuIEBS, lew York. Burn Gin and Mine Gomp'y ' MA.XrFACTlTREIlS OF Eclipse aiid "&ntl-Friction Cotton Gins, FEEDERS. COXDEXSERS and jPRESSES, STATIOXURT EKGIXES, Ranan. Kbafiina-. PnilfTn. F.tn. lUllroad. Steamboat and Arcbitectnral Work. Th obieotof thl eomnany is te realise, with tbo Pan-Aleotrie Company, it most admlrabl Idea, . ... to tntrodaoe mrentions already mad, and to derelop rast Held ef oloetri disoorery through tho united effort la th original pamph let expreaaed it) 'e learned Electricians and skill. ati kfeektimicm." for ih. Bavment of whom eom nany stock will be sold, harin it yalu baaed. not only on th new systems, but also "m tks futnr JETO. A. BEMIE 1 nAnvr AcrvmBM or tub ceijebkated Alabama Lime; AVatd Deaaler la Can lent. Plaster, Hair, Firw Hek,CIaw,Bwer-rif, Bralm-rtjva tkimaieT-Alaeia. FlieaAsalBi;av, !., TST-. asa -fmn-t (BltTe9t -IVi:exttrxti. Tenn) IH0S. L. KISS, President. H. C. HOSEINS. Seentary. 0E0. I. EELLUH, Eop't BTaTIOSS. FOR NEW ORLEANS. plear rib, i,c Bacon in lair deuiand vember, year and May delivery, the new crop beinir relied on to H I contracts. rroyisions are dull ana weak, lard be leg the only article that attracts any at tention. Bt. Lowla Grata stwd FrorlaUn Harketa, IsecciaL to thi arrcAL.l bT. Ion?, September lti. (Jorn was very weak at the opening of business, but rallied and became easier at noon, closirg with all but jc of the decline recovered on spot. October opened film, but closed irregular and unsettled, with sellers offer ing at ic decline. November closed jc lower. Wheat opened and beld firm all day, with steady advances scored in a'l transactions. Uals was very strong on cash, but unsettled on the months The advance on spot was 2jc. The provision market was dull, and closed unchanged. Cornmeal is a shade above previous quo tations. The hog market closed steady but quiet at previous prices. The details ot to-day ' prices at the close were as follows: Corn opened at 4GJc bid, and closed at 47 Jc selling. October opened at 4(5 3c. and closed at 40c asked. November opened at Si i(ioi jc bid, closing at otiic Wheat opened at 754c, and closed at 751c selline. October opened at 77 ic and closed at 77c Oats opened at 251s bid and closed at 29c selling for spots ; October opened at 2uc bid, and doted at -lie bid ; November opened at 2ic bid, and closed at 20, e bH. Pork closed on $16 50; lard at $7 10, and clear rib sides $0 t5. The hog market closed at $? 5lXifl 40. Flonr ouiet: 220(4 for double extra to fancy; corn meal steady, at 22 35 ; potatoes. 35H0c, and onions, VKsc Others unchanged. CQTTQl-tEED. Cotton-Sud Oils In car-load lots, nrim crndn O. 8. oil. 30'aX32fi: ofi crnde oil, 252Sc; prime summer yello w, 13 42c; off summer yellow, 3J5w40c; Minera summtr yellow. 40(242c ; prime summer white, 4a()i;-c; prime winter yeuow,40a 46c: prime winter white, 4iS5?16c; choice cooking summer yellow, 43(g45c; choice cooking winter yellow. 48(SV48c less than car-load lots: rnme summer yellow, 43(3H5c ; Miner's 43c; prime sum mer white, 4J)4t)c; prime winter yellow, 47.48c; prime winter white, 46c; choice cooking summer yellow, 46c; choice win ter yellow. 48c Uotton mseo mbal frime, I.0.D- TJZ per ton ; off, $19 per car-load lota. hocbiholo aurpiiats. Vkost vblss Onion8,yellow, new Louis iana, $2 per barrel. Potato Irish, new, $1 5(Sf2; loose. 75c per bar rel. Sweet potatoes, $1 252. Cabbage, homegrown, $34 per crate; $(a; per 100 bead. Warlic $1 per 100. - Applxs Choice and medium. $202 50 par barrel. Dried anolea. 4l(Si6f: Dr pound from store. Dried peaches, M from store. Pickles, medium barrel, $7 7 60; half-barrel, $44 25; pint jars, SI 26 per dozen ; quart tars, 1 7IH3 per doaen. Eggs 15c, Pocltkt Old hens, $2"53; large young, $3: medium young, f 1 602 50 unall yonrg. S1C41 60, Fbehh Meats fieaf Good KansaaCity. 8Scby the carcass; choica heavy, 8 Farm Oranges, new Jamaica, $11 ner barrel. Lemons. Iti per box. Danants, $l(aV2 60 ptr tiunch. Cocoannta, $4 60(n 5 per 100. Peanuts red 7(,74c: white, 8c; roasted, 2 Jc higher; aheUd,l0c. Al monds, lt(ov20c Texaa pocana, 1016; Arkansas, 4(or8c Engliah walnuts, 12c; Naples, 16c Filberts, 14c Brazil nuts. u. t. T 1 , -. - l aw. ianinii.ig mirauu .aver, 92 4 Ofo , St. Arfsalis Kiid Kew Orlenna Anrhor AAne . V. S. mall hUH UBlitib. John A. fecudder, O'Neal m&jtr. Will lorn from thotlavee WEDNESUA. , Sept. 17 th. aL 10 a.m.. ret-ervin tha riirht to iasi all laDdinfffl tbe captain may deem una-tte. For reigat or passage apply to ,, It. HM.I,. ff gl. r if FiIIK"T, f.gfnt. FOB WHITE RIVER. MILT HARRY wiirra niVKit mail. lixe. rnHK steamer MILT HARRY withdraw Irom X the White river trade alter this data to nil. necessary reDairs. The Sir. eloc X'eters Jk- Will enter the Mrmptil. nma Wnlle Blver Trade sienteiuhrr 37 lis, and will leave BVEUY SiTURDAY thereafter. MIL. I it. 11AKK.X, Master. Cairo .. Chattanooga Uincmnati M. LlaTenport - Dubuaue Fort rimith keoknk La Crosse. -Leavenw'th. Little Kock. Loaisville Metaipiiu . Nashville NewO'learjs Omaha ...... Pittsbarc Bhreveport 6t. Louis St. Paul Vicksbarg.... X an Eton . Above low w iter. Feet Inch 8 ' 1 4 3 1 2 t A 10 la 2 8 8 Chance. Rise. Feet Ineb Fall. poeiibilities of electricity," and oa valuable prop- lea alraadv halfin.in. CO me uodhhi. 'The Roa-er Xelesraph and Telephone Com- 1 Feet lack a s Vnr flirt Kb r .nformat.ioB amnlv to R.W. LIOUTBUiiNE. Agent, 7 Monro t- Memphis & White River Pkt Co. U. Ba BLA.Ha JaaAJXas -olark STR. CHICKASAW. K. 0. Postal muter I 0. M. Poet!. MS ClareatdoB, Deiyalla UlnfT, Dea AVre, Aa trasla, Jsackaoaport and Marry. LEAVES MEMPHIS EVERY WEDNESDAY at.Sn.n. Thronarh rate to all oointa. Freisht eonetcned to "Memphis and Whit River Packet Co. will be forwarded promptly. H.'C. LflWK, Agent, on Wharfhoat. LEE LINE STEAMERS. Mensphia, Friar. Pelat land Mrruptil land Uaveola Paket Compauy. For Helena. Qlendale, Friar Point and all Way Lianaings oteamcr JAMES LEE, . T. Claxett master I Piatt Rhodes. a clerk WlUleave a above on every MJN OA Y , WKDN 3- DAi and fltlUAl. at 5 o'clock p.m. For Ranlolph.Fulton, tisoeola and Wav Landinrs Steamer JJEA AUAns, TT o . . T W : 1. -1 1. . u . auvwr. la tnt. . - ' . 0iuiuint..i.ii Leave as abov vry MONDAY, WKDNKS DAY and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boat of thi line reserve tbe runt to pas ail lanainire to cap tain may deem ansale. utnee, no. Mauison si. jw p, i,r.r,. .11.. priwnmanopTii., Below high-watar-mark 1874. Naw Ohlkaxs, September 16. The Annie P. Silver is loading to leave to-morrow for St. Louis. No arrivals or departures. Pittsburg, September lfl Noon River 3 feet, and rising. Weather clondy and mild. Xight liiver 3 feet 2 inchea, rising. Weather cloudy and threatsning. Caibo, September 16. Noon Weather cloudy and warm. Arrived: John A. Scuduer, St, Louir), 7am.; Jay Uonld, be low, 1 p.m. Departed; John A, ocua- der, New Orleans, noon. Cisci5TATi,September 10. Noon River 3 feet 3 inches on the Range, and fall ing. Weather cloudy ; thermometer 77. JNo arrivals or depart urea. Misht Uiver 3 feat 3 inches, and falling. Weather clear and cool. No arrivals or departures ex cept local packets. EvANsvuxE, September 16 Noon- River falling, with 2 feet 3 inches on the gauge, v eatner clear and cool. Mo arriv als or departures. Night River falling. with 2 feet 2 inches on the gauge. Weather cloudy with signs of rain ; thermometer 71 to 80. An arrivals or departures ex cept local packets. Louie, villi, September 10 Noon River falling, with 2 feet 9 inches in the canal and 7 inchea on the falls. Weather cloudy and cool. No arrivals or depart ures. rji;5.t Kiver stationary, with 2 leet 10 inches in the ranal and 10 inches in tbe chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather clear and pleasant. No arrivals or departures. I See Additional Riotr on Fourth Pnocl nanv" has aeeured tha riant to o Derate in th Btat of Pennsylvania, with her hundred town ana cities, "lhs ran-blecirio leiepoono, wun a (uarante from tho Parent Company to defend iniringemeniaaiu, anouia any ansa against it. i bis teiepnon naa been tntronueea into new Yerk bv aartie reoresantiD several million dol lars, who five forty per oent. of ttieir looal Block ana tu per annam royalty on eaen instrument to and 110 oar annnm rovaltv on each instrument to th Parent Company. Missouri and leiaa nave contracted to tiro tbo same, with 20,000 cash bonne, and from tbo various Stataa already ftold over t2.00U,000 in money and local stock ha beea ecured sine January. Th Pan-Klaotrie Telo rreph, under thajadieioua management of Qen. Joseph K. Johnston, preaideat, and Senator Isham O. Harris, viee-nreeident. aided by aa able directory, has alio steadily increased th vala of 11 tock. "The Roeer Telemnh and Telephone Com. pany"owna lOO.OUOof tho stock certificates of tae faa-Klectrie Uompaole ol eoarse, it own stock must, indenendttnt of it own valu. in- ereas in vain, as th Pao-Electria rtoefc and other nronertie belonain to it advanees and al. though tho State of Peansylvania might mm, at first vmw, to eireumscribo its territory, it divi dend, ia point of fact, am arise from even Stata In th Union in which th "Pan-Electric" aad "American Postal Companies" prevail ; for it also owns a2.0U0.0000ef "Th Aaiorieaa Poatal Telegraph" stock, to bo pooled with a syndicate, which ha already eoi traetod conditionally to bnild 600U mile of No. 4 wire, to tap th tobacco, cotton, sugar, eattla and mineral market of the Sonthwaat- "Parthnon Height." Bar Bladensbnrg, ha also been porehaaod for a laboratory, and eon- Tared to "Tho Roger Telegraph and Telephone Company," nor would it b extravagant to pre dict that inventions and disoovenes, giving surprising-value to th (took, may her be realised under Mr. Roger, th supervising eloetrieian. who originated "1 he National Secret Telephone" aad "Paa-RloetrieOompania." (senator Garland. 1 HK Lawyer of tha 6ent ol th United Btata. and unonestionablt great legal authority, tha raifar to the rahjoct of infringe ment, and th fan-iueetru Tuapaoaat Memphis Metal and Wo MAN UF AGTTTillWQ GO. GALVANIZED IRON WORK, TIN, IRON: AND SLA.TE ROOFING Iron Tenet? s, Metal Skylignts. TELEPHONE K. SOI. 436 and 438 Main St., and 21 and 23 Mulberry St., Memphis. nf atsTrroatia W. M. Jotiea. Jmt Tee.Jr W Warlnner. rl.ci.rsve. Tnoe. I., wsir. P WITH p MAT mean "Polson.d with Potash." ThU I the emaa with hnsdral. who hava been naa wis enough to tak Banaparllla. Potaah mix tor, U) until digestion I almost fatally Im pair d. 6 fa Spoeifio it a veretabl remedy, and restore tha fystem to htalth and bnlldi ap th wait mad by these polons. YICTI BIIZKD g Bat PtauUlx Kollrwa! hy B. . "I wag (offering with Blood PoUon, and traatad Mr ral month with Mercury and Potash, only tomaka m wore. Th Potash took away my appetite and glr m dyspepsia, and both gav m rheumatism. 1 than took Sarsaparilla, ate. All that Banaparllla mlxtur hava Potash ta thm . Thi mad ma still won, as It drov th poison farther Into my system, A frlnd ins'isUd I hould tak Swtft'i SpoelBo, aad it cared m of th Blood PoUon, drov tho Mvrcury and Potash ont of my ystm, aad to-day I am at wall at I rar was." SS0. 0. WKLLMAK. J.. Saltm. Has. Catrext TbaroatKBlw Abaolutoly. John A. Bmlth, th largest marohant la Qalnata rill, Oa., aya: 'I suffered for years from tha ombinod effect of Eryiplat and Kcsema. I eoatinued to trow won under melical treatment and by taking medicin containing Potaah. b. tt. S. cured m tnorougmy ana aooiutiy. my appetite, strength and flash returned at 1 wa oured with it." urr TmcTA tml.i its stobti l Inlater auatl ta Orpbava Ckliaras. The Rev. L. B. Paine. Mason. Oa.. write I "W have been using Swift' bpeciflo at the Orphans' nome as agenerai neaun tonic, ana nav naa re- ikaala result trom Its uaa on tbe ekstioren ana . employe ot tbe institution. 11 la suck an excel lent tooio. and keep tbe blood so pure, that tba system is less liable to disease. It has cured Has of our children of borolul. Oar Treatis oa Blood and Skin Disease malltd raa to applicants. TUB SWIFT BPKCIFIC CO.. Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. Hw Tork offioa, 150 Wut Twenty-third street, btwa Bixth aad Savrath avnne j Phlladal- phia oflloa, 1208 Chestnut street. M. K. PRATT. j. sa. an ith. PRATT GIN GO. 100 Poplar St, Memphis. Tena. Manufacturers of tha Pratt Revolving-Head Cot'ir Gin Feeders and Condenser Prie oi RvoIving-Ilad Uins reduced to. ...- Al 50 per law Price ot Eclipse Huller Uin ,. S 50 per saw Feeder 40, 60 and 60-taw, tv'sJ; Larger-ll per saw Condeusers, all iss II per taw PLANTERS INSURANCE COMPANY (3B"Ia.U AND M AKXTMIEl) OFFICE TS COMPANY'S BUlIsDlXG 41 MADISON, MEMPHIS. D. T. POBTEK, Prca't. HO. OVEHTOST, JTr Tlee-Plww't. O. . KAIXE, SereauTW. Qln retriar dona to order. All work ntaed naa-elaah. e. h. DIZUBOTOZIS. BROOKS, of Brook. Keelr A Co. . I R. L. COPFnT, of THIlard ft Coma. DnUt'AUa VI ruvasi U(-9IJ . W . ?T?1 1 " . . . W. B. GALBRBATH. of W. B. Galbroath A Co. J. R. GODWIM, or J. B. Godwin A vO, J. M. GOODB kR, of Goodbar A Co. j J. C. MILL8. J0HH OVKRTON, Ja., CapiUlit. I D. T. PORTER, of Porter ft Macra. Aa kind of Property Insured. Special atUnUon alto givn to insuring .B"ia a l'aaiaiiry titatrca, at reasonable rate. Commenced business in l7. LUtsaiwo fAXii. aaaii i msssissai a nous utmpssy, vsraparuuiir s ruiirrauunwa. CONTINENTAL IMPORTING AUD EXPORTING COMPANY. EXPORTERS OF AMERICAN MANCFACTITRE8 For Introduction to Centra America, Mexico and Wt ana Kast inaiea, lor wnicB waeaa offer Special Inducement, aad aaaxMrter of Prsselssctloma frssaa AbtT jatssaarsaa. 10 Chainnar Kt ww York mtw.TJ.8.A W. I. MOO H, EDWABD BOOM, w. n. JOTHXB, FOR NEW MADRID. ?or Main fwlai, Tlt(essTlllt t'wii PlejMftwt aaa Kfw M ailrla Steamer 31 A 11 14 TWAIXitS W P. Hall, master J. D. Fuller, olerk. wi'l leave for NEW MADRID and ail way poiuU EVbiKx MUMIA1 at5 p.m. f or traignt or pa- sare apptv onboar.1. M., A. C. V. AND ARK. RIV. TKT. CO. HOTEIEXTS OP OCKAlf RTEAVEU. Glasoow, September IS. Arrived: Fur- neetsia, New York. Saw Yokk, September 10. Arrived ; Aucburia, Glasgow. Naw Obleans, September 16. Cleared: Excelsior, New York; Harbinor, Bor deaux. Arrived: E. B. Ward, jr., Eoa- tu. US. MAIL LINK For Arkansa . Citv and wav landings. leaner HA I K Allinv M. R. Cheek muter I W. C. B'enker clerk leave Memphi every MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 6 p.m.. connecting at Terren with packet Tor all point on Arknra nver, For Vicksbur and way landnrs, Htcaiuer WILL . UAl ti. Kd. Xowland master W. Thompson c1erk, leave every TCKSDAY at 5 p.m., oonnecting with packet and railroad for Yaioo rir and cw Orleans, r reign t raoeivea ana bills lading signed on company v bar t boat, toot Union U H. C. LOW K and K. WALWORTH, Agenu, JOHN CARR, Passenger Agent. . .T11HV N. HARRIS. 5. w and P. Arent. John ILilly. HlTIOXAL HoTBL. Washlngtoa, D. C. January , 18U. f Hon. A. H.Garland i Da Sia My attentloa ha been called to th stock of th Pan-Klectrie Telephone Company as aa invesUaeat: I therefor desire your opinion as to whether th Telephone owned by aid Com pany, or aay part of it, is aa infr.ngomant of what U knows a tha Ball Telephone. Respect fully. ... J. H. MiaRS. Washtxoto. D. C. Jannary 6. 1884. DiAa Sin In reply to your question propound ed ia tho not hereto attached, I beg to aay : 1 bav given th ubjt referred to much atten tion, and have eloeely examiaed several opinion aolivered nyainereni court in controversies o tmemn the Bell Teleohone Uonsssff. Dolbaar. bponeer Gaegan, ana otnr, aaa A am clearly ol I opinion that the Paa-Klectrie. named by you, in no wis infringe tb ktell Telephone. From the earliest decisions el oar oouru to th present. although invention may in tbair general pnn- ipies k alik. yet ir in tneir operation ana work ing then is an essential or material difference, there i no conflict to amount to an infringement. Thi i recognised ia tbe hi.torie eaao of O'Reilli V. Nor, la How., U. b. tup. St, and la nu merous decisions sioee that : bat more clearly. and with more direct application to th matter new in bind, in Cloaak vs. Maaafaetnnn Com pany, 106 U. b. Reps., 17 (October term United State supreme Court, laSZ.) Without attemntin anv minnta detail toaeh- ing tbo inventions in question, I am satisfied thAronahlv ao . that tha aiflerenee between them is widar aad more distinct than that recognised by th court la tbe ease i: y . u. ttep., bup. IDS court noia tout a ouosiantas ananvi from a former invention 1 patentable without in. fringing. (xa a. UterUnt rump u., lUi u. a ana kHf, 1 Tai. in my lodgment, i more thaa enough te insure tho Pan-kUeetrt Telephone from any charge or tnmngemont oi ta ueu leieprene. Wy truly, tc., A H. GARLAND. D. S. MTkks, so.., national Hotel, City. mm. Tobacco WHOLESALE DEALERS UV and Cicars, NO. .333 MATN ST.. MEMPHIS. TENN. W. A. Gage &. Co. COTTON FACTORS, No 300 Front street, Memphis. Tenn. THE SEW B. ELDBEDGE SEWING MACHINE Guaranteed the Latest and Best SPECIAL BARGAINS CARPETS, ETC. I AM RECEIVING ON CONSIGNMENT, AND will open for inf-pection aad ait. on WEDNESDAY, Septembrr lOtli, 100 Roll Stiosons and Roxbnry Tap. M Rolls Kitra-fcnper Ingrains, 100 Roll Medium-Super Ingrain, 100 Roll Cottoa Ingrains. IOiiO Smyrna, Velvet and Tapestry Kugs, ltlllO Window Shades, all of which will be offered Plfteon Per Cent. LOWER than any other hons in th city. Sale to continue until the entire stock of Commission Good IS ILOSLII SIT. G. W.NAILL, 344 MAIN STREET. VaDiPflPCI V Painlee ur ear. Book V AnlOUlyC.LC. fre,. Civiala Agency.tloO FulWa street, $w York. Importer aad Dealer ia a WINES, LIQUORS AXD CIGARS, 332 Front St., Bet Monroe and Union, Memphis. NOTICE. A LL neraon owning and holding Judgment Xi. Cert.fi '-ate, or coupon thereoa maturing uav a. i , waam ur a.,,.wi vwibuit .unci sn act ot to General Assembly oi to Mat ot August 1. l&S, an act of tna G Teonc.-see, approved December 21, 1881, in com- promts of judgment rendered la ta circuit Court of the United State lor th Weetera Dis trict of Tennessee, at Memphis, ar hereby noti fied to present said Judgment Certificte aad coupons and detached coupons, for payment, to tbe Union aad Planter Bank in said eity of Mam phi, Tnn.. on or befor th lata day af garac Otatbrr, A.I.t! whan and where th lias will b paid aocordina to th terms aad eoadi tion of tb aid Judgment Certincaie aad oom protnta agreement ntered Intobetweea Tlptoa county an bar said creditore. Thi 15th day Anait.leV4. A. . Bllll, , Ctw C9nt Co B' at ... TT l . v Hsawr aarriRi bbviuvi .uiiu.u. b . v. ui. Senate of th United State, ba al givn th uhioet profound iavestigatioa from Rata' orig inal invention of tb Telephone, in Germany, down to Urawbaugli cell s ana itoger repro duction of it in America; and heartily concurs with JuugeUariana. Tb judge of tho Supreme Court of Pennsylva nia have latalv denied, an iniunetion to tha Bell Company oa their broad claim; and th moat ominnt Jurists urougnoui us ooantry with them ia tha shove opinion. Tha guaranteed against inmngwmcnt suits. and having eeured rig&l ia tnese marvelous in- strumenu, aad owning tha variou properties ilaaTiKaul ahoTa. The Rower Telearrana and Tetephoae Company," lneorporated ander tbo 1.-. .r u,. Ktaa m.t Kew 1 ork. Anril U. 1W. waaaipitaiiaad at 6,000,0JO, divided into share .rllM.uk. It ia moasibl that th Telephone tok alena I to ay noining Ol aa nwT,,yiiiwniiw ay aaim Sttouy, may, iinetnaa oi w. iwh vnapaar, kl.I. u aam(aJiaavl at 110.Q00.0O0. xia to Vft hich prie ; bat lor ta (avav i rapia oonatrue . -a I. J.v.lnr. tha rich mine of etectrieal diovory already in tight, tha company offer to i..Ml.ii. .mA anaaula-a-a vrvrara ooaOTtuaitiaal for holders ef thi -'k hold, ia ffWsAars Ha ta aoaa BrTTESirHH PATTEBM rr LaMSIt Hiaaaaa' aad Chll irs-WB uaurawcaM. ar-a.ataiiwajwvw aai a-rvv. Keasla, Oil. Parts, lllarhmaataa atcpalra for all ata- cmimem. WaAOLEAl.K t) NaatnaJT, Band for Pries Lists J. B. AXDRICH Sc COM General Ha. as SOKTH C4t?atT gtTatEET. t ' (IXorth side of Tonrt Bgnar. near riiw L6't.a' ' Main.) an-all' A. BT. BOTH. AL8TOH BOTD. IBBT BOTD. A.M.BOTB & SOHS COTTON FACTORS, 264 Front St,, cor. Court, Mompliis, Tenn E. fe CO TheleMle Dealer and PablUher. SINGLE SiLLRES AT $70. Large block at greatar redue'ioB i bat th rlgh to advaaea. at anv mem.aL. la laaarvaa. Theeomnaay will alao put ap telephons. sa abort aoUceu at half tb Ball Company f rata. a-arriErfsst r aw ausaaf , c Sols AgenU for tb following Firt-Cl latmmcntt gaur- CHANCERY 8 AXE OP 0 TDK- Alabama and Tennessee Coal aad Iron Co. Ko. 5176, R. Chaaocry Court of Shelby county - Ueorg a. fetors, Jr., Adm r, etc., ol inomag PeUrs.'dcceasad, vs. T. J. Barotu and W. G. Wilkins. Kx'ra. etc.. el al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sal, entered in the above sense on the 7th dav of Aagnst, 1HM, M. B. 44, pa47y, I will sell, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, in front of tha Clerk and Master's ohioo, courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tenn., on Batardajr, Oetobs-r 11, 1H)4, Ithia lsal hours, th followln Canital Atock of Th Alabama and Tanee Coal and Iron Com pany, being tore banurei t3u) s bares. In all, repreesntedbv certificates No. Seventy-four (741, Seventy-ig 1,76) and ceventy-ssven i 77), each cer tificate calling for oa hundred (llsl) share of tb face valu of on hundrd (liisi) dollars per share. aggraganng tnree nunurea t.vjo) snares ol tne said capital stock, of th lae valu of thirty thousand (t:i,tsjti) dollars. lrmoi Bale vasn. inis rept. ix, K. J. 1ILA1K. Clerk and Master. By J. M. Bradley. Deputy Clark and .Vaster. Craft A Cooper, Kin lav A Peter. Harris A Tar- ley. Smith A Collier. Solicitor. THE UNIVERSAL. FAVORITE ! Shell Road Tobacco TAKES THE EE A I). MANUFACTURED DY a K. A. PATTElt0N & CO., BICMMOXD.VA. RKAP0N3 WHY TUEMHELL BOAD 13 E0 popular! 1. It doe not contain an nernloloui InaradU ntg injurious to bcaitb. X. It is mad. or th. finait Virginia lar. 5. It is always uniiorm. ' 4. It is free from grit. , 6. It ia tha beat Tuhaeeo for tha money to DS Wound. A long experience ba taught us that th great necsssilyot the timas Isa eood article ata mode rate pries. Our ettirll Itwaal 'I alasarrw mta th demand, aud all we ask is a Ut of It merit. Maaafaotured only by R. A. PATTERSON & COM Biebmond. Ym. OBGMa.- aAA.mfnMA. rvm 9Writ for CttaJogfja. AotJ'liBUtl ftEWAaa STa, ElEafrHIS. : ...'' t .' TAIfcE NOTICJK! TI1AT a mseting of tb stockholders et th a-ssaiavtiio, rr Urlrtuta and Taa alavll way .saiawy will be held at the office of (aid company, ia th eity ef Memphis, id Iks States T.nnoaaee, VB th.lOth clay l Novmb.r, 1K84. at 11 s'eloch in ths forenoon. wMeb nit ia the Isso of first ! "ids and f ia eome bonds of said oomp-ar aad ihe rtccutioa and delivrry of ssirt 'fT"" pa .meet L,iivitai 0. H. Boaaaa. Sweratarr. uin taaeraii ( ova) ten)TB iMvar: 1