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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THTJESD A Y, SEPTEMBEE 18, 1884.
RAILWAY RECORD. AJtMiTAt ASD DEPART. ORE 01 TSAIAS k. Obi a is follows: N Treias morn u! Oh I and Boatnwtra (mail dailv) lun) el a.m. I No. (MMn wcommMuioi aa"J p m. : No. (Newborn accommodation daily ox eeft Sunday) at lOrlilB.m. Mrmp lis .nil Utile Rock Trainl more ai folio (central standard time) i No. 1 loaves daily at 5:00 p.m., arrive, at 11:25 p.m.i No. S leaves at 4:40 a.m t arrives at7 ;5 a.m. : No. 6 (freight) leavef Hopefield daily, except Sunday, at 8: V a.m.: arrives at r:20 p.m. lwlavtlleawd Saualairillst Tralnf move at follows: Fait mall arrives daily at 4:45 a.m.; leave at 11:35 p.m.; mail learea daily at H:10 evm. Brownsville accommodation leaves daily, soept Sunday, at 4 :45 p.m.; mail arrives daily at 4 :2D p.m. Brownsville accommodation arrive; daily, except Sunday, at s:lfl a.m. (standard wssbo) atoasptilii and Clinrlmitim Trainl more, follows: Thronsh expresi leaves daily at T .-00 p.m. Mail and express leaves daily at :15 a-m Somerville accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 5:15 p.m. Through express arrives daily at 4:15 a.m. Mail aud express arrives daily at 9:46 p.m. Somerville accommo dation arrives daily, eioel't Sunday, at 8 30a.es. MlaaliaalBnl asid Teanraa) Trains move as follows: New Orleans mail leaves dailrat&iS6 p a.; fcardis accommodation leaves daily, ex cept Sunday, at 4:30p.m.: freight trains leave diily.except Sunday, at9:45 a.m. NewOrleam mail arrives daily at :30 a.m.; Sardis Bccom modatioa arrives daily, exoept Sunday, at 9:00 a.m, : freight trains arrive daily, exoept (Sunday, ''siaisuwCttr.Hnrlsiclleld and Memphis, Passenger train leaves Al. and T. depot at 9:40 a.m.; arrives at 5:: p.m. daily. Through freight loaves Wait Memphis at 111:45 a.m. ; arrives at ti3 p.m. Local freight discontinued, freight eied ttek-.t nW-., So. 31 Madison street. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF Taluable Lands and Persoualtj ia Tunica County, Mlas. BY virtue of a deeree of the Chancery Court of Tunioii county, Mississippi, rendered on the 7th day of Joly, UW4.iu a cause in said court wherein William U. Berry, administrator, eta., tel., are complainant, and W illiem U Folkes et al., are defendants No. 411, the undersigned commissioner appointed by said court to execute aid decree will, on Wedenday, Hie Bay t October. 114 between tLe hours prescribed by law for sales un der execution, at law, at the courthouse in the town of Austin, of said county, sell at public ven due, to the hic'iest bidder, fur cash, all of the stock, i farming; implements and other personal effects of the late partnership firm of Fiter k Folkes; and also at same time and place will sell, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, for one half cash and the remainder on a credit of twelve months from the day of sale, and in tracts of not exceeding 100 acres, the following lanls lying in snid county, and described as follows, to-wit: All of section twenty-nine (0, the east half of geotion thirtv CM, ail of section thirty one (31), and all of section thirty-two '32), in township four (4), ra-iga eleven (11) west; and all of section six () in township five (5), range (11) west. - Purchasers will be reiuired to execute notes for deterred payment, to bear six per cent, interest from the day of sale. The above lands are ksown as the riser k Folkes plantation, and lie about four miles from Mhoon's landing, and on the Louisville, New Orleans and Texas railroad, and it is confidently expected that a depot of said road will be located on said lands, lODU acres of which is cleared, and about 8io acre has been but recently in a fine state of cultivation. Autrust25, 1RH4. J. B. BOOTH IS, Commissioner, etc. lUaloneA Watson, and I. W. White, Solicit ors for complainants. DR.RBOE, 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, kX, FINANCE AND TRADE. Business at the banks continues dull, and no changes in general conditions of the money market. The local cotton market yesterday made another response to declines in prices in leading markets and closed quoted quiet, with middling quoted at lOJc, and sales unimportant. Receipts were 14" bales, of which 01 were by river and 15 by wagon and otherwise. Shipments, CO bales. Stock, 4794 bales. New York spots closed dull, with middling quoted at 10 Jc; futures closed easy, with September decliued to 10.20, and other months declined 3 to 0 points. New Orleans spots closed easy, with huddling quoted at 10c;' futures steady, September quoted at 0.85, October declined 1 point and other months ad vanced 1 to 2 points. Liverpool spots closed business good at previous prices, quoted at 6J 3-16(1; futures closing steady, September declined to 5.58-6 Id value. Total stock at Liverpool, Septem ber 11th, 634,000 bales, against 783,000 bales same time last year. Receipts at all ports yesterday, 12,074 bales. In general trade there was a little change in car-load lots of corn, but other wise the tone of the market was firm. Receipts and shipments yesterday were: IMPOSTS. Two thousand five hundred and eighty rls bagging, 30 tcs bacon and hams, 'M pkgs boots and shoes, 79o bu corn, 3 pkgs cheese, 203 sks (OlTee, 100 lid cattle, 217 pkgs dry goods, 15 pkgs eggs, 1498 brls flour, 454 bales hay, 8 hd horses and mules, 115 pkgs lard, 8 cars lumber, 17 pkgs liquors, 150 brls meal, 795 kgs nails, 00'J bu oats, 343 brls onions, 300 bris pota toes, 4 cars bulk pork and 153 pkgs to bacco. KI POSTS. Two brls apples, 021 rls bagging, 111 tcs bacon and liams, 0 sks bran, 1 pkg butter, 128 pkgs boots and shoes, 084 bu corn, 114 brls cotton-seed oil, 32 pkgs cheese, 21(5 sks coffee, 132 pkgs dry goods, 550 brls flour, 2 bales hay, 1151 bdls iron ties, 119 pkgs lard, 02 pkgs liquors, 103 brls meal, 16 brls molasses, 250 kgs nails, 32 bu oats, 11 brls onions, 17 brls potatoes,.'! cars bulk pork, 8 brls packed pork, 105 brls su gar and 58 pkgs tobacco. bbdotIs. Thus far this ,,.," Thus far last week. ......... ..... binoe September 1st.... ... Memphis and Charleston Railroad..... Mississippi and Tennessee Kaiiroad Ii and N. O. S. Railroad Memphiaand Little Kock Uailroad Mteamers.. Wagons and other sources.. Total . 324 . i: . ra . 2 3 1 Si VI 15 . 147 , 117 , 827 1,475 Louisville and Nashville k O. 8. Railroad. 60 New York spots opened quiet and easy ; at 12, dull; at 2, dull, closing dull, with sales of 8bj bales. Closing quota tions were: xeeterdny Day Before ,1 Ktoorte Thus far this week'......... Thus far last week... Since September la t Ordinary ... (iood Ordinary.., Lew Middling... Middling ttood Middling , Middlina Fair fair ::;"93 .......10' ..) ..10: .11 MM 3 m lit! New York futures opened barely steady ; at 10:22, steady; at 11:34, dull; at 12:30, dull but stead; ; at 1 : do, steady ; at z :30, barely steady, closing easy, with sales of 83,100 bales. Closing quotations were: yesterday ,10.2ti-10 27 .W.:itiio.40 lll.nl 10.n2 lo.ficaio.fy; .lu.70(alu.77 Jannarv.. February, Marcu. April......... Slav June....mM. July August , September. October , November., December., Day Before lu.aw m 10.45lU.4J lll.MillO.M lu.fi7fit.10.nl 10.7!l'fll0.S0 10.9110.92 10.28 1- 10.15 10.14310.15 10.20 Jjl0.il 10.2W4. ....-....10.K! .. 10. W a ... .10.lojjl0.17 The New Orleans spot market yesterday opened quiet; at 1:30, quiet, closing easy, with quotations unchanged. Sales, 1100 bales. Closing quotations were: IVasterdav Dav Before Ordinary................... 8 9-16 8 9-16 uooa ordinary ... v-io v v-iu Low Middling 9J W Middling 10 lt Oood Middling ...10 3-16 10 J-1S New Orleans futures opened steady : at 11. steady; at 12, steady; at 1:30, steady. closing steady at the following quotations, with sales ol 31,100 bales: Jan nary,.... 10.00 jji10.01 r eoruary ............ ....... 10. iu. 14 March 10.2:V10.27 April . .10.HH10.:$) Mil l0.51'ol0.52 June...... . .. lO.iU-ilO firi July .............10.7 H0.80 September October . Norsnbw.m...... Deoember..Mn...., 9.8.5 bid. .... g.s'j'S 9.i . .Hl S.H2 9.87(3 9.8S DAILY BULLETINS. Day Before 9.99-10.00 10.12..410.13 10.24 10 25 1().:HV10.37 10.4Si4I0.49 ln.notio.oi 10.75 bid. 9.953 9.98 9.ft(. 9.M 9.8Ua 9.81 9.87(4 9.88 a WW!, rinM w4 lwllv qMllM pbjrtstaa wmt pt m fill . M bl- ptvctkn will prove. Cure nU f orroi of PRIVATEt CHKONIG mud SKXUAL DIS EASES. wprmatorrliM nd Impotnoyf m tb nkII W vU-Ab-Uw ! nth. Mrrnl uctmrn la oiv- r yemrt, or T csuism, suhi foaui irif BtmM i in lot !m tftWU: Nerrruxi.srM, Svt(til CmNikiBs (nlfbt tmlt- a by etrMtnu), D'idun Higlit, aMfvctl- i-niort rny- lorar yemrt, or ol1 tr eauiea, eU4 fHadui trif avwl IV-ttaw. Pitrtvlw m VarCw. Art t- Rust rf rr JaS'MMM Ol Id, aMsj ui rMjiOsu i-owrr, wtc., rwuHiuif aaavrUg Impfw-wT t nhnw arj iboruttarVly u4 prmtv mmtlr rW. STPHILIS pwllle)jaiW utl tm trrtttr r.ftrUl ttPm tits) tyiUn. OoiXOrTlltteft. afeCEX rWilort, OrcsiiU, Html. (r bupUu, plW Mtl "tnsr pH-t 4Immm qtifrhlj cartel. H 1 4ir-TT.sl4Mt I Kit'. pfcjrstrUa tM paa (vpMiat tttntm e.rtus clmm at etl , ul Irvatln: ifa usanda mw UIt eV-tteitrM akll. ftjytklarji konwin- Uita UA ft n Tin in Tit pmnon tor er. WttMttfa lnoan(nt Sa tJl Um wHyU l-Uwt, bmHWiiw. tmm h tmmt ptl-M! u4 mulj by ttvail wr Mprtm Mjrwhara. , CarM Guaranteed la mil Omm mndmrtalkm-n OlUrfM rMtrNMlw CMIMaMlltMC ttrirtlf mfttMMtt.4, a PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of favfut. w- u -IT vWrm, meanly tMi-d, fr Iny tX) MMa. 8hol4 torMd 0jrll. Addma m at. OtB lomntramtL.M. W 4 P. M. H4yH t f 4 f. M. Notice to Contractors. Boaks or Mmeiasirn Level C'omhihhioku,1 OHUKMViLi.g, Minn., August 27, lKt4, f SKA LED 1-aoI'OSAI.rJ will be received at the oflice of the Board of Miswissippi Levee Com missioners, at Oreenville, Washington county, Jiliss., up to 2 o'clock p in., Monday, September V, 1.S84, for constructing the following levee: AFTaOXlMAT. K8TIIIATK8. CDBIO TOB. UnbwUonvllle Hoop (Coah t Co.).u.. 30,() ttoberUenville Levee (Ooahnma Co. )..... 9:),iim) New liupe Levee (Coahoma Co.) 37,iK0 Vamllion Laka Knlamoment (Bolivar Co.). 40,1X10 Longwood Lerae (Washington Co ) ll'U.U ilayes Levee (UsauuanaCo.) 10,fsj ilrunswivk Levee (Warren Co.) HW.uilO IM&na. nrufllai and auaciScations of the above work can be auea, and other information that bidders may desire obtained at tbe olhoe o w in. KtB.iinv. ehief envineer. Payments to be made en monthly estiinaves in cash. Good and lulll eient seeurit will be required for the prooerex Mniinn nt ttm work, and names of sureties at tached to the bids. Bids must be addressed to W. A. Kverman, treasurer and secretary, and indorsed "Proposals to construct leveos. Ihe riant to reject any ana an oio." win oe reserve u. lly order of th.B-. A--y-. Pecretnry and Treanre, Twin Foes to Life Xto Indication and Constipation. Thuif primary aymptoins aro Bimmj lho mont dV'drawinjT of minor human uilmcnt9, and a hot.? of dlaeg, imlily ri'sultnnt from them, nrutuslly aggravate each other and aanil at oi:co tlio wliole niaclilncry of Hfo. Nauwa, Foul llrpnth, Sour Htomocli, LL:zluesH, lleiwlachas llilions KeTer, Jimnllo. Uy.ciia, K iUnpy lJIsou.Hoa, Files, Itheumat tti, iralii, Uropay, ami various bkln llorderH, aro ainonir tlifl syinptonw ami rnulndica caiwd bv rlura&ClUcnt of lit lho stomach auU bowvU. C f A Thorough Purgativo mivllclrw) In the first tincesaity for euro. Thrn Hi" Clithnrtio effect must be main Miucd. in a mild degree, lust fiifllclcut to provciit a ye.:irmu ot costivrucsg, and ot the eaine i Inie the liver, kiducye nnd oina-h must, tie stimulated aud strengthened. Ayer's Pills Accompltsh tills rtorattvo vrlc better than any other medicine. They aro earchinK and tuoronirli, yet tiilM, in their tmixative action. Tliey lo not prii tlio J)ti iil, and do not Induce a eoolivo re-u-tiixi. aa la tlio efl'eet of other etliarties. VIIIihI. tlxy postess sneeiid iiroiH'rtiea, tUU ii II par UAAU A a . Memphis City. Momphis A Charleston 2d i FINANCE. Money 8 per cent, on satisfactory col lateral to regular customers. Tbe following table Sbowa tbe clearances and balances.tbe rataa of exchange and prices of local stocks and bonds at tbe close of yesterday's busi ness: CLEARINGHOUSE STATEMENT. Clearlnrs Balances September 17th...; t iV'W 28 t 8,507 79 Thus fur this week 2ol,ir7 51 34.12 Vi ame timelayt week. ...... Xw,'.0 id) 7I.K5 Bame week Ihki... 379.6:(0 B7 59.70 i 91 Bame week 1M2 191,641 79 32,919 37 EXCHANGE. New York narria1 nrem INew anglana signt ......... vft Uisol Mew Orleans................ diau BANK STOCKS Bank of Commerce.............-.. ..-.....HV First National ..........I18"120 Herman National 2H04 Manhattan ............lti'' State National ..110t4 Union and l'iintnr ,, ,, ,, , ... , mm Mercantile . 11510 IN'HliRANOK STOCKS. B luCi ty". . .T. JIIZ""."...... Peoplea.........v . ...... u... t'lantere..... Phosnix Memphis City. . VaniUrtiilt. , ,, ,,,, L Hernando ........ Arlington ...... BAILWAY STOCKS. Memphis and Ohurleaton. Mississippi and Tonneasee.M.....HM. Ijouisviiie an4 Aasn villa, MobUe and Ohlo... RAILWAY BONDS. ,101 utiis a. i;nar esron ia mnrt . it usod iiu Memphis & Charleston consols luO Memphis h Little Hock, lot mort. &s 100 Mississippi Jc TennesVee eonsols A....123 Mississippi A; Tennessee consols B..M....lC4 BaetTenn., Va. A On. eonsol 5s... MLsChiLLAN KOUrj, Taxlnc-Dlitrict compromise bonds 67 Mem. Storage Com p. Co .. 99 Memphis Oaa Company stock. K5 MomphisUas Company bonds. .. .1UU Mem. Wat. Co. bonds, accrued intst. Memphis Water Company stock.-... 90 Memphis City bonds, i , ,,, ,n m 35 Memphis City compromise bonds M 70 Memphis City coupons from old bonds 35 Memphis City ecu. from eomp. bonds. 80 Memphis City ledger balanoes 85 Memphis City Judgia'Uoncou.Abondl 35 Memphis City paving indebtedness-... 36 baelby county (Mem. A Ohio R. R.) 6sl00 By Telearrapia. Nw York, September 17. Sterling ex. cbauge bankers' bills quiet. 4321: de mand, 43-11. Bonds Governments a fraction lower. Itailwayg weaker. Texas Tacitic fell off to 07. State securities steady. Stocks Tbe stock market opened irreg ular, but before tbe first call prices ad vanced i to per cent. Subsequently the market became unsettled and there was some pressure to sell leading shares, par ticularly Union l'acifio, Jersey Central, St. 1 aul, J or. u western and Iackawanna. lho anuounrvment of the new issue of $",000,000 bonds by St. Taul was used to depress stocks. Jersey Central, however, marked, the greatest decline, dropping from o4 to 6U. Aiur tna second caii steady tone prevailed, and later on, when xr .. I , 1 i I ll. uaiiugcr v.. aiu if , ui iu vicauuKuuuar. stated that no bank in tbe city had asked assistants from tho Clearinghouse Com mittee, and all rumors to that etlect were utterly false, the smaller bears began to over, At U o'clock p.m. advices from Boston were that President Adams, of the Union 1'aciua. had DUblished a statement showing the earnings of the company for the fiscal year ended June 30, lo.SI, wera at the rate of 6.22 per cent, on stock after all charges had been met. 'resident Adams, in hie teport, stated that the twelve months covered were unfavorable, as aoy system was likel v to expei ionuo. In the rise which lolloweu V nion l'acilie was prominent, sei:- Oalveston New Orleans Mobile Savaunah Charleston Wilmington... Norfolk... Baltimore ...... New Xork Boston '. Philadelohia.. Bt. liuis. Augusta State of Market. Kafy. Kusy. Kiuy. tuiet. Kany. Quiot. Ouiet. Quiet. llull. Quiet. Hull. Dull. Quiet. Reo'te. 3f.K IV 3,5 fSj 2,75 51i 3 3S lii' 4341 Price. Stock 10 1-10, 10 u 10 10 10 1-10 HPS 10!1 11- ll-4 lo,'. (I 12,7i3 13.414 3,4:i8 21,6X5 2,150 l.Ki 4,!I5 5S,0i4 6,310 4.2i i,;o7 Way's receiiits, 1HH4..................1'.,IS5 baj 'a receipts, 1HS3. ............... 15.IV12 Kay's receipt. 1S82 u...12,733 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. 58 S 1 lOOfgllOS 82 0V a(s. 105(ii iEIC 25 100x9105 30 bid JS 4 4(H 45 y (k9 10 mm (J 102 1C4 S 60 70- W0 B0- loo- 9 60- (9102 This Last Last Week. Week. Year. Rocelpts,5 lays 48.42H Ja.ftVJ 61,083 Exports to Or't llritain 14.W1 i.wn ExporLi to Continent 1,7U" 301 2,t3 Stock at all ports 140,315 121.012 271.450 This Last Year Year. Year. Before. Receipts sinoeSept.lst 10o024 158,tV4 129.8C Foreign exports 47,!t'il Cil.OOii 69,743 Stock at U.S. ports.... 140.345 271,450 143,340 lecrea?e in receipts ... 52,61i - Liverpool Bpota at noon were quoted business good at previous prices, with sales of 12,000 bales, of which 9100 were American. Ueceipts, 4N00 bales, ot which 4S00 were American. At 12: Upland?, Cd; OrleaEB, C 3-16d. Liverpool futures at noon opened quiet and steady ; September, 5 GO 64d ; September-October, 5 50-64d ; October-November, 5 5164d; December-January, 5 4S-G4d; January-February, 5 50-64d; February- Marcn, o f2-44dj March-April, 5 f-04d. At : WeaK; Septemoer, o a'J-(54d, sell ers; October, o 64-04d, value; September October, 5 54 64d, value; October-Novem ber, 5 50-64d, sellers; November-Decem ber, 5 47-64d, value ; December-January. 647-C4d, value ; January-February, 5 4i)-64d, sellers ; February-March, 5 ol-t4d, sellers ; March-April, o ol-o-ld, sellers. At 4: September. 5 o-04a: beptember- Octobcr, S o2-04d; Uctoler-Jovember, o 48-64d; November-December, December Jannary, 5 4-6-td; January-February, 5 47-t4d ; March-Apnl, 5 53-4a. Ato: September, 5 58-34d value; Octo ber, 5 53-ti4d, sellers; September-October, 5 53-tS4d, seller ; Octooer-November, 5 4i- o4d, sellers; Aovember-Decomber, o 4 64d, buyers; December-January, 5 47-64d, Dnyers; Januarv-iebruary, 5 4s-04d buy' era; ieuruary-Mareu, o dl-bld, sellers; ilarca-April, 5 5a-B4d, buyers. r utures closed steady. iHim-iic, heimtio and tonic, ot rne dlclual value and lghcst L- . a i .1 fl Z- ADsoiuieiy uuro durance proceeding from disorder r.f the dlifrtlve and aiwlmlliilory orfrnns. The prompt use of Ayeb's Vili-u to correct tho first Indication of costivc ness, avert tlio serious illncRscs wlilelt neirlwtof that condition would Inevitably induce. All trreprularltlca lu tlio action of Ihe boweln loownesa as well a eonci! tvau'on am benellelnlly coutrolletl by Ayf.K' l'lLLS, aud for tlio atiinuJatlon of dliree.'tvo orgnna wenkeucd by kmg--contiimei! dystH Psfn, .one or two of AVer's rn.iA dui'y. after dinner, will do uioro Kood Uiaa an;thiug else. , , Leading PhysiciaiiS Concede Tlint Ayfp.' riLU are tho best all cathartic melleiiiea, and mauy iiraetltiov ra, of thn lilKheat standing, cusUmiarlly prescribe thcui. AYER'S PILLSy PREPABK0 BT DfTXC-Ayor A Co Lowell Hat. Analytical Chemists' For sale by all Druggists: GENERAL TliADE. BBKAU.MCFF8 Cobn 'White, 63c; mixed, 59(ae0c from store. From levee or depot: Round lots in bulk, shelled white. 540355c: mixed. OOCiOlC. Hat Strictly choice, from store. 80c ; prime, 70c ; prairie, 50c ; round lota from levee or depot, choice, $14. 50; prime, $10 (al j; prairie, S3. ixdb from store extra, .(; double extra, H 2.5; triple extra, $3 603 75; lanuly. S4(aV, 2o: choice. $1 60M4 75; fancy. $5; extra fancy. $5 25(a)5 50; patents, Vocvo 50 ; round lots from levee or track llKotoc cneaper. BaaN From store, tsofn'Aac per cwt; round lota from levee. Sl2(o13 Per ton Coknmeal Standard, (in : pearl. So 4U from store; oc cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oatmkal In hall barrels, $3 754 lro:a store. Cracked Wheat In half barrels, $4 50 (itii 75 from store. dats wmte, c; mixea, oc irom store. Eound lots from love white, in a. nn fmm 4.51 tn 4S5 nssr the close. Jer- I sacked. 3t5c: mixed, sacked. 2S( ISte. aev (Jentral to ,r0JfI?5l. The improvement I Homujt and (jEits Urom Btore, f J &0 in tbe remainder of the list was partially lost. Borrowme demand was brisk, Lackawanna lendinirat 11-1(5, New York Central l-tilf5U-ltt. Itock luland. Lake Shore. Michigan Central and Northern l'acinc preferred l-44, Northwestern flat to 1-G4, aud sit. Paul, Western Union, Union Pacific and Missouri Tacitic flat. Compared with last ni);ht closing prices are ti -i percent, higher, ex ept Central Pacific, which is I lower. Krie 1. Delaware and Hudson, 1 and Jersey Central j par cent Oregon navigation declined jj percent., to tiol; San iranciero li, to lt, and pre ferred 2. to 40. Kvansville and Terra Haute rose 2,to 34, Indiana, Bloomlngton and Western i.to 15. The Texas Pacific comr pany has applied to the Stock Exchange to list $t),500,f(K) of its general mortgage and terminal bonds authorised July M, 1S84. Officials of the comnanv say. in re. ..rd to the rumor that the committee had advlats that a receiver be applied lor, that no eomanweo exists, ine co rmiu.ee appointed soma U3e o was aiscnargea after recommending funding scheme. No recommendation looking to a receiver ship was made. Closing quotation lyere as follows; THE .CONTINEXTAI. FIBRE MANUFACTURING CO. OF HEW YOKE. "XRflANTZKD under the Hwi of the PtaU of t New York. March SI, ISM. apiuI wa, snon.noo. iiiihi anam,aiiHi rai-a. ilKI.-ll'l.:HSI K Shmick. Presiiient: K. A, Octilarj, KeiretnrT: John W. Anderson, Treas' r. KllAllll (itr IHItKCTORS L R. Shrvock. J. E. KeUSehl, John W. Anderson, L. J. Velasnuei, li. W. HI air, llonry Bradstreet, E. John tills, V A ll...l.l.r.l Ottlees of the Compear la New Turk, Hah 1M e'Ssiesera streei. L Hx2t JXi 1 a t vCJ r41a.-M by J. W. VeEKi.t - 71 assd Main Ml.. WempHKM, U.S. 3s, 100S- 1 4:. in?,. 0. P. SratJ, 11X. brie secomis, ciii'a. Lehixh A Wilkes., M. Ijoaisiana consols, iu. Missouri 6s, ht. Joseph, liw. M.P.-S.0. rUi.l7!i, Tenn. e, old,'1 j. Teas. Be. saw. 2U. STOCKS. eOTIBKUIMT. iS. 12tilit. I'aciaooeoflSa. B7. aoxna. T. P.landfranU,l7i, X . r., Kio u. aiT., ti y. r. amis, i"n. I). P. land STants. 7"i V-r. sink, tuna, v;-. Vininiaoe. 37. Va. eon., ei-iu. ., S5. V a. consols did., i. Adam's Exnress. 130. A'leaben; Central, Alton Terre U.,25. A. k T. U.ptd. 74. Aoierioan Kiire,s. 92. B. .C. K. a fi..fO Canada Pacific. U'i. Canada rtoathera, Central Pacific, si. Ckeeanake A Ohio, 7. C. 0. Irtef.l, II. V. U. I'lH, "I' Chicago A Alton, 130. U. A. pld, 14 ). O . II. A a.. ''!. 0., Hi. L.ANiO.,8.1. C, Ht. L. k P., s. c!.rtt.X. A P. e. M. C., Pan. A0..41S. C. k C. as. ri. k lied., a'V lel. k back., V. Iteaver A Kio Wi. Krie, Vl;s. krie rid, aet Tenueatee, lUtTma. rid. Fort Wayne, mi ITT .tr.AhaM.r. nf th Hn lMIIAIIf I I menl traiii t MiiMT horeby notitivd that th Avnual Klcti..n fe JirtMn lirf.ur will b bM al tti ofoft 'Z? 1!7' 4lwQ th hoars of 12 m. nd J p.m. BI N f. PHlCK. Secretary k f-Hrtt J lUlrVr rKi..ak-f ahlr. 1 taertaruAaaa I I V rrparau.ssB i lv kajj Alwtsj I rt.h.i Whoe-t,! RuUerr, Cnckr, HiHwr4 Cm Tips 4 S CXfi5 1 1 k 4 uv;:ir's.Bk 4s:ii "v iaV ".'lti5.- ' 5 i...J e eta. .1. fort Wurne. 1:1. Uannibal A ht.Joe.S8Vi. r-t, 11. A Ht. J. pld, 88S. , Harlem. 1S.S. Uoaatna A Teaaa, S3. Illinois Central. 123. ,. M. W . U. , .ansae A Texas, IT1.. Lae Krie m mU, U Lake fchore, Tm 4. Leuisr. k Naehr.. S. L . N. A. k t hi.. H. Mar. k Cm. 1st 'fd, 10. Mar. k Cm. 2d ifd. 6. Jeeaa. A Chareun.'J4. Miehlaaa Central. pi. jiian. a r a. 1.1 Mobile A Ohio. 9. Morris A Kssex, 12. Nash. A Chat.. 37. N.J. Central, 5 1 K.k W. I.H.2.SH. Norlhera Pacific. 21 Norta'n Pac., M. 43. riorthweetera, 91",. Northwestern tfd. 12. M. Y. Central, snr; Ohio k Mi.aiaali ri. 20. Ohio k Miss. iI. o. Ontario A Western, 11 Oreron NaTtcatson, tW. Cree-ia Trans.. 13. Oreaoa Imp., IAS Pacific Mail, Panaaaa, HH. V.. I. A K., 12' 4. Pittea-ar-, 137. Pailsaaa Pal. Car, 113. Keadint, ''i. Hock Island.m 8t. L. A 8. P..20V 6t. L. A S. P. M, 40. tit. L.Ad.P Ut pld, 83. 1st. Paul. sr.. faul pld, i.V P. M. A M.. '.ri tit, rul A Omaha. $1. St. Paal A li. tM, IU. Texae Pacific, 11. II nion Pacific, 4S1-,'. l!.8. Kires, ij. W., St. L. A P.. ST. W.. St. L. A P prf.13. V.I!, A Fart-o's Km. ,103. Westora I'cion. cVS'. UoBiestaka, I Iron Silver, Ontario, lu.- Uuirksilver, 3 fB3 75 Kice .Louisiana, Oiojc; carouna, n& 7Jc. Beans Saw, $2 50; medium, t2 50; common, $1 50(ii2. Louisville. September 17. Grain quiet Wheat No. 2 red winter, 75(77c Corner No. 2 white, otic; No. 2 mixed, 55c; Oats, mixed 2SJV( 'c Kansas Cut, Scptemlier 17. Whe t stronger; 5c bid, 57c asked cash; 57jo October: 5iic. November. Corn lirmcr: 4-(S;43c cash ; 41c bid Soptemtier ; 37c asked October; 20 Jc January. Oats stronger, 21ip' Baltimore, September 17. Receipts- Flour, 2uti2 brls; wheat, 87,000 bu;ccrn, 2000 bu ; oatn, 3000 bu ; rye, 1000 bu. fihijr ments V heat, l.vS.tKH) bu; corn, i.joj on. Sales Wheat, C$2,000 bu; corn, 900 bu. St. Lotus, September 17. Keceipts Flour. J000 brls: wheat. tlS.000 bu; corn, 0000 bu; oats, 14,000 bu; rye. 4000 bu; barlev. 6000 bn. fcbtpmenls tlour, l.i,. 000 brls; wheat, 70,000 bu; corn, 17,000 bu ; oate, 12,000 bu ; rye, sa.uuo du ; parley. 1000 bu. Chicago, September 17. Receipts Flour. 1 8,000 brls : wheat. 187,000 bu ; corn, 440,000 bu ; oats, 100,000 bu ; rye, IJo.OOO bu : barley. 05,000 bu. Shipments t lour, mvui h.i. . w . ..a. tn, mill . :, mai bn; oat, 14S.000 bu; rye, 20,000 bu; bar- lev. 24.000 bu. Ciois.ti. September 17. Flour de mand licht Liat holders firm: family. S 00: fancy. i&A 30. Wheat in fair demand, irregular; No. 2 red win ter, 75('i)7Si Corn firmer; No. 2 mixed, F,i.fu.,. Oata stead v with fair de mand, 2" 3c.. Rye firm, 56c. Barley steady with a fair demand; $lra No. 3 fall, 70c Nkw Obi.bass, bepteinber 17. Flour rlnll biffher ttrades. $3 7.V? 4 25. Corn .tnll- mixed. C5c: white Quoted at 650i!!tc. Oats, Western dull and scarce; choice,3Sc; Texas dull; choice 30c; red, mat proof, .vvw. Cnrnineal ouiet at $2 25(S 2 40. Haw onipt: nrime. $13(Sil5 50; choice. fill 50t?.J". Rice steady, with a fair de mand; ordinary to choice, Jjtoie, ruovisnoss. Bottkb Creamery, 2425c; dairy, 18 20c; medium, ISc; butterine, 1415c; country, 18c Chbks Prime fiats, 90c; full cream, 12(13c; Y. A., i;."14c. Mkui Pork $17 50 per barrel: sugar- enred bams, packed, 14J('151c breakfiwt bacon, 12JlSc; cioar rib bacon, llty Bclc Pobk Clear sides, 10Jc; clear rib ai.lpa ini.-! flhoulders. tiic Lard Tierces, 8Jc; half barrels, SJc; k, K?c: bucketa. 0c: half -buckets. 9 ic ; 2Wb tins, SJc; 10-lb tins. P(9c; 5-lb Kneapples, $1 60fai fin- iwschM. 2-lh. standard, $1 60; seconds, $1 40; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard, .95eai$l ; 3-lb, $1 2.VS1 35; strawberries, $1 251 50; raspberries, S 1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 101 20 ; preen gages, $125150; pears, No. 2, $150; pinms, iou; asparagus, J4o4 50; frreen corn, $1140; irreen peas, 90c$150; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, fl 90; cove ovsters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oys ters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 20; condensed milk Crown, $6 406 50; Eagle, 18 25: Swiss, $6(2)6 25. Baltimokk, September 17. Coffee Rio cargoes; ordinary to lair, viwiuic ougar lower; A, soft, 6ac Nw Orleans, September 17. Coffee strong ; Rio, cargoes, common to prime, t if-' 11 c ; common to good common. 7Kn 1 1 ic Sugar quiet ; common to good com mon, 3ci4Jc; fair to fully fair, 44c; prime, 4jc; yellow clarified, 55c; gran ulated, 1 c. JSlolasses dull. Naw Yom, September 17. Coffee soot . 1 : otMnnA. QlOlfll., .I shade higher, trading Blow, closing barely steady; sales, 15,000 bags Rio No. 7. Sugar dun ; urazu, 43c; M. JJommgo, 54c: Cuba centrifugal, 5 11-lCc: refined ouiet but steady ; standard A, C6ic ; confectioners' A, 6 7-lbc. JUolasses dull and nominal. Cbleoco Orals, and Proviaioa Harketa. rSFXCIAL TO TBI APFKAL.l Chicago, September 17. There is but lit tle change to report in the provision mar ket, yesterday's prices ruling for pork, ex cepting in year trades, when 10c a barrel de clines were effected. Lard opened a shade higher but afterward fell off to light de clines. Bibs opened 10c lower and eo closed. The grain market developed a strong tone, which resulted in gains of 1 J 3c for corn, and $01 Jc for -wheat. Oats varied but little. Hogs closed higher. The ODenintr and closing nrices of the day were as follows: uorn spot, 60 ic; oMc, October, olic. 53c; November, 44c, 44ic. Wheat spot. 743c. 755c: October. 761c. 763c; November, 781c, 78 Sc. oata October. 2oW'i)2asc. 25ic: Novem ber, 20c, 26Jc. fork spot. $16 7o S16 75 : October. S17. $17; November nominal; year, $11 15, $11 15. Lard spot, 57 25, $7 15 : 0 tober. $7 25. $7 15; November, $7 05, $6 95. Clear rib sides soot. 9 60. $9 60: Octo ber, $9 60, $9 60. Hogs $0 3u(?6 25. While business on 'Change cannot be called either large or active it shows a great improvement over the recent past. uorn baa ceased to be tbe favonte deal. and wheat again claims most of the atten tion, ibe movement of grain at the in tenor ehows a slight increase in wheat and a decrease in corn. The weather is of tbe most favorable nature for maturing corn, and all reports say the greater part of tbe crop is now beyond all danger. w neat remains in the same anomalous condition that it has been for some months pa3t, yet why it does so is not so easy to explain. The harvest i8 ended, the thresh ing well advanced, and although receipts are only moderate for the season, prices continue to decline. Experienced brokers Bay they could understand it if warehouses were full or - if there were no foreign de mand, but the visible supply is 5,000,000 bushels less than a year ago, and about 30,000,000 bushels of wheat have been exported during the past ten weeks. It is also to be noted that not withstanding the large shipments from our seaboard the amount afloat for Eu rope is on the decrease, thus seemingly going to prove that, although tbe harvests of the world are all gathered, this is the only country that appears in a hurry to part with their wheat. It is now gener ally acknowledged that the new crop here, while fair, is by no means extraordinarily large, and of very bad quality. Pope & Davis, one of the leading houses of Chi cago, say to-night : "We are assured by careful inspection that this year's winter wheat is decidedly inferior and possessed of many defects likely to mislead and de ceive the most careful buyer and shipper; much of it is so badly bleached and blighted as to nates grade here, while many other lots have been so toughened and moistened by rains as to spoil in transit. The weevil, too, is a fatal defect, putting the grain qnickiy into a heated condition, and many otherwise handsome samples inspect "no grade" when tbe slightest trace of the little insect ia discov ered. Owing partly tar each of these causes, only about seventeen per cent, of the arriving grain is passing inspection. Yet J. F. Bodman says: "Values are still at least 5c too high, and I confidently expect to see a big break soon. It is quite possible this decline may eventually run into a panic before we reach a good solid bottom and a healthy condition of the markets." Corn is active. Wheat is eo heavy just now that it offers little inducement to manipulators, but October corn makes the prettiest plaything imaginable. It can be handled and tossed up and down very easily, as there is so little old corn in store, and so little in the country. It is plain that those who have ... en engineering deals for the past fortnight are still in the market, and there is reason to think they will continue the milking process for some weeks to come. Provisions are slow, with a tendency to lower prices. Receipts of hogs are light. hut in sympathy witli product they rule pretty slumpy. The quality of the arrivals is only fair, there being still a good pro portion ot grass-led hogs, but as tbe corn crop ia now fully assured and feeding will be plenty and cheap, it is expected larm ers will retain such stock at home. Traders look for a decrease in numbers but an in crease in the quality of arrivals until the latter part of October. St. Lonla drain and Provision Markets. IsrtciAL to thb arrriL.l St. I0CI8, September 17. Corn and wheat opened in better tone this morning, and advances were realized in each suc ceeding transaction, though October wheat manifested a little nervousness along about neon. Oats for cash fell from yesterday's stilts, but were hold above buyers's views at the close. The months scored an advance of ic The provision market was dull and unchanged tnrougnout. xiogs ciosea act ive and stronger, but;other articles are un changed. The details 01 to-aay s prices at me ciose were as follows Corn opened at 4c bid, and closed at 404c selling. October opened at 4lsc Did and closed at 4i ic selling, xsovember opened at 37Ie, closing at 371c Wheat opened at voic, and closed at 7jc selling. October opened at ic 010 and closed at 7Slc. November closed at Oats oiiened at 261c selling and closed at 2'ic for snots : October opened at 265c and closed at 26jc November opened at 20jc bid, and closed at -bs asked. I'ort closed on siu 50; lard at $7 iu. and clear rib sides $0 5. Tbe hog market closed at $0 606 40. Flour quiet"; $2 204 for double extra to fancy; cornmeal steady, at $2 35; potatoes, 3540c,and onions, tvVi ilQc. . CUTT4Mi:. Cotton- Sbkd Oim In car-load lots, prime c.rnde O. 8. oil. 30.'3i32c: nS crndn $25: flooring. 3 and 4 in.. $27 50: heart step lumber, $3540; f ceiling, $25; ceil ing, ou ; t ceiling, $zu. kkd lion 2ds. $17 60: common. $3foll. Cottoxwood 1 to 3 in. mill run. culla OUl, lltXaill. a.ath foplar, fl 60; cypress. $2. Shingles Ko. 1. sawed or shaved. $4 50: sawed or shaved saps, $3. WH1IKT, ETC. Winks Imported port, $1 50aW: sher ry, $1 506 ; champagne American ex tra, $79; Piper Heidsick, $25(3,27; Alumni's extra dry, $29(3l ; Raederer. $29 31; Ve.Cliquot, $3133; claret, $3 75 li per box; uatawba, 1(3)3 per case. Whisk r Straight Bourbon. 1 51X216: rye, $1 757. CHicAOO,Septemberl7. Whisky steady, $1 13. September 17. Whisky St. Louis, steady, $1 12. Cincinnati, quiet, $1 11. Baltimore. September 17. Whisky 17. Whisky September steady, $1 lS(a)i 19. Naw Orleans, Septem'er 17. Whinky steady; Western rectified, $1 05I 25. HOUSE-BUIXDIX. MATERIAXS. FRAKrNQ-LrjMBBB Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine flooring, $25; shingles, $34 50; lathing poplar, $1 7o ; cypress, 52 per 1UO0 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 feet. LdMi and Ckmbnt Lime, 75c in bulk delivered; 95c$l per liarrel in store; lrfiuisville cement, $1 7o a barrel ; Kose dale cement, $2 50 a barrel; Portland. $4 505; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris, $2 50. Hair, 6c per pound. Nails $2 50 a keg. PETROLEUM MARKET. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lots, 13c per gallon. Baltimore, September .17. Petroleum refined, 77c. Clvxland, O., September 17. Petrol eum s.w. 110, 8ic. Pittsburg. Pa.. September 17. Oil dnll. and nothing doing. Opened at 75, de clined to 74;c, rallied advanced to 76jc at 1 o clock. Dispatches from Phillips's well state that tbe production has fallen off to sixty-two barrels per hour. ' LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Cattle Corn-fed, choice to extra, none mcei ved ; good, none received. (jib ass (Jattlb Ohoice, 4(64c per lb; gocd, 3i4c; fair to medium, 233lc; common, l2Jc. cheep Uhoice sheared, 34(y)4c per lb; medium, 33c per lb; common, $l 50 per head; choice lambs, 5o4c per lb. Cows and Calves Choice milch cows with young calves. $30(r40 per bead; medium milch cowa with young calves, $2025 per head. St. Louis. September 17. Hoes active and stronger; Yorkers, $5 80(2 0 10; pack ing, $5 606 10; butchers, $6 10.S 40. Kecsipts, 200 head: shipments, none. Cattle strong; all good grades quiet; sales at full prices. Receipts, 1700 head. Chicago. September 17. Hoes re ceipts, 8000 head; active and 1015c1iigh er; grassers, $4 25(S5 25; light, $5 2rC 6 20; rough packing, $5 25Sd 75; heavy packing and shipping, $5 80(56 25. Cattle receipts, 7400 head; slow; exports, $6 507 05 ; good to choice shipping, bfa6 ti) ; common to lair,f4 7o("io Uu ; iex ans. S3 904 80. Sheep receipts, 2000 bead ; weak ; common to good, j2 604 25. DOaUES AMD MITI.ES. Horse3 Good driving,$125200; heavy draft, $150200; saddle horses, $125250; plugs, $4075. NEW YORK DRY ClOUDS MARKET. New York, September 17. Improved distribution at jobbing hands continues. Agents have bad very fair trade, and through orders to mtet cunent demands forwarding maintained much steadiness. DBf.W5 0 1 igi'S iifffilli HUH III 11 IU -THE BEST TONIC. 9 This medicine, 0ralnlng Iron with puro vegetable tnnlra, cuiokly and completely . Curre Drapepaln, a aclaeatlon, YVenkneea, Isissn Blood, iHeJa-fiA,Chllls and Fevers, and Neuralciau . It Is an unfailine: remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys and Lima-. It is Invaluable lor Diseases peculiar to Women, and all wit o lead sedentary lives. It does not injure tb teeth, cause beadache.or produce rr.n-tfntiatl othrr Iron mtdinnrM do. ltenriohesand purifies theblood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, Ac., it has no equal. J, Tne gH'lluluv liaa il- iuIi.Imi.iI . crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Ha4s aul, a? BROWS CBXSICll CO, BA1.TI0S. STEAMBOATS. Special Notice to Shippers. AFTER the lHh day of July, Oie . la steamer Kene Macready willaSbasaiaaaaVka withdraw from tbe St. Franeis river trade, oa ae eoant of low water, and the steamer James Lee will take ail treight ana passengers on MUA DAY. connecting with the steamer Dycasberg for all points on St. Francis river. Through rates and bills of lading will be given, same aa before. until turther notice. . . , JAMW TVER. Jr.. Pnr't. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOC1X St. Lealaand New Orleans Anchor Line V.N. Mail FOR CAIRO ASDbl. LUl IS. Ar-kaiisn City, Brolaski...master. 13sSe:' RIVER NEWS. TEAM ESS LEA.YIHQ THIS DAT. Arkansas City.WiLL B.Hava, Cheek, 5, p.m. jTRTDAY. Friars Point Jams Las, Friday, i p.m. Vicksbanj Commohwealth. Friday, 10 a.m. St. Loaii.AacAsas Crrr, Friday, 10 a.m. Osceola ..Daa Adams. Friday, i p.m. . MOTKBTKHTS AT IHI LEVIK. Arrival. James Lee, Friars Point ; City 01 Baton itonge, rew Urleans; Chickasaw, White river; City of St. Louis, St- Louis. Departure. James Lee. Friars Point : City of St. Louis, New Orleans; Chicka saw, White nver; City 01 Baton Kouge, St. Louis ; Dean Adams, Osceola. Boat Due Down. Dean Adams and Joint A. Scadder. Boat Due Up. Will S. Hays and Ar kansas City. Beeita Yesterday. Chickanaw 49 bales cotton and 23 pkgs sundries. Dean Adams 7 bales cotton, 9 sks seed ana 10 pags sundries. City of Baton Rouge 31 brls sugar, 25 brls cement, 65 brls ale and 40 pkgs mer chandise. James Lee 35 bales cotton, 18 bgs seed cotton, 73 sks seed, 265 sks corn, 1 mole and 14 pkgs sundries. FUTURE MOVE MJEHTS. The John A. Scudder is due down for New Orleans. Thb Lee Line packets to-morrow even ing are the James Lee, for Friars Point, ana tne ue&a Auams, lor usceoia. The Anchor Line packets to-morrow morning are the Commonwealth, for Vicksburg, and the Arkansas City, for St. Louis. Thb Will S. Hays, Capt Mark. R. Cheek, is tbe United States mail packet this evening at 5 o clock ' for Arkansas Gity and all way landings. W. C. Blenker has charge of her office, assisted by A. Bank- smith, Lew Price and Rufus Foster. The Hays will connect at Terrene, mouth of White river, with the R. L. Cobb for all points on Arkansas river. GESEsUL SRWR. Business fair. Thb Lee Line packets are beginning to bring in tne cotton ana seed pretty lairly. Capt. Milt R. Haeby returned v ester- day from a visit to his family at Augusta. Receipts by river yesterday, 91 bales ot cotton, IS bags of seed-cotton and 82 sacks 01 cotton-seed. The City of Baton Rouge, passing to St. Louis early yesterday morning, discharged a good lot ot ireignt. The City of St. Louis passed to New Or leans yesterday morning with 1600 tons of freight ana a lignter in tow. Thb R. S. Hayes and barges cleared for St. Louis late yesterday evening. She as sisted the Future City in double-tripping paov A icaiucu. a, iniaaiHa , Tub gentle rain of yesterday morning did a power o' good to the parched earth in this locality. Some more of the same sort was sent us early last night. The Will S. Hays leaves for Arkansas City this evening on her last trip. The Kate Adams takes her place Monday, the Hays returning to the Vicksburg trade. A passenoer debarking from a t again? steamer yesterday got a whitf of that sewer below Union street and, alter getting a firm grip on his smelling apparatus, re marked: "Well, I thoughd Cidciddati was bad edough, but Bebphis beats h 1L" Cincinnati Timet-Star, Tuesday: "Last evening, while the Andy Baum was being taken out on the Eureka dry docks, the lower section sunk. The towboats Cham pion and Charley Clark pumped at it all night, and were bard at work this morn ing, trying to raise it." St. Louis Republican, Tuesday: "The Charles P. Chouteau was having her chimneys lengthened yesterday, prepara tory to resuming her place in the cottoa trade between Memphis and New Orleans. Capt Tborwegan expects to start South with her in about two weeks time." The copious but gentle rain yesterday morning somewhat allayed the foul stench that arises Irom that broken sewer in the wharf, but, long toward the shank of the day the hot sun began to distill nauseous vapors from the .discharge, and the nui sance became more intolerable than ever. Thb Chickasaw arrived fro a White river early yesterday morning, coming from the mouth of White river in 20 hours and 55 minutes, which is lightning record at the present stage of water- She brought a good lot of cotton and returned last evening with about all the freight she wantea. Cairo special, Monday, to the St. Louis Olobe-DemoeraL- "The condition of the river bank at Bird's Point is getting rapidly worse and promises in the near future to interrupt t rattle on the Iron Mountain railroad incline, as it already has done with that of the Texas and St. Louis track. Tbe bank is caving into the river in large sections, beginning at the point of junction of the two rivers and extending to the Iron Mountain incline, that of the Texas and St. Louis being entirely under mined, cradles drawn np and whole thing abandoned. Thompson Bird states that he has lost over 100 acres of rich land in the laat 8 years from the wash, and from present indications as ranch more will be lost m less time, ine cave tnts year has been worse than for years. One dwelling house, located near the river, has been built upon wheels, thus placing every thing in readiness for any emergency. The current sets in strongly against the Iron Mountain incline, and had it not been built unusually substantial would have been swamped ere this. The guard piles have already disappeared. It is not improbable that a system of mattress work will be instituted in the protection of rail road property at this place, and as matters are getting worse daily prompt action would seem necessary." weatheb aid rivers. Omci Signal Slavic, It. 8. A., MaurHis, Tenn., September IT, 18S4. I The following observations are taken at the same moment of time (1:03 p.m.) at all tie stations named: Ti IK B: it m. mmm 1 f uma WXZOiE8A.XaS SABBIaERY, SADDLERY HARDWARE fis LEATHER. Nos. 301 and 303 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. 8. a TREADWELL. A. B. TBaDWLL." " ' """ ' r '.'ti A.B.TMJ ELL k 00 AJU Cotton Factors, Yholcsalo Grocers, No. 11 Union Street, : : : Memphis, Tenn. TELEPHONE jajLdii Insurance Company Office 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. COMPANY. M-Iaswre an Clause. f rehaasllM, SavevelMMsMa, CkinkM mm awaUta.jk WX.M. FABKI9OT0N, Pr-eat. I H T.LKMMON, T.-Prest. ) W. L. PAWtER Sect. Incorporated Under tlrtj Lavs ol . the State of New York April 21, 1884. WM. M. R00TES. : K. C. PAEKKJTX1. a, ijfo; 8. BPBKD. Late with Orrill Brof. k Oe.-: ROOTES, PARRENT & SPEED, IIARDWARE, STOVES; TINWARE DR. D. S. JOHNSOHS PXUVATX2 Medical Dispensary, No.17JefferKW.ttn rroat. rBSTABLISHID HI 1IM0.1 nBfskla TVB. JOHNSON Is aeknowledced br all partle X-' IBtereetM as by far tbe most sae atetaa la tae IBB Quiok. foi i hr- Lm.nt nf arivabi ar aar.t die permanent eores maranteed ia very ease), male or female. Beoeot earn ol SoDorrheaaad Syphilis earea ia a few days, with. at the ese of mereary, ehaace of diet or hin drance frosB bnsinees. Beooadaiy c last vestice eradioated wlthoat the use of sser- eary. involuntary loss of semen stopped la a short time. Sufferers from intpoleaoy or loss el sexual powers restored to free rigor ia a few weeks. Vietims of slf-abaee and ozoaaaiv. enery, enfferlni from spermatorrhea and loss cl physios! or mental power, oneedjy and perma. Sentlyeured. Partiealar atteatloa paid to tie liseasoa oi Women, and eares f oarauteed. Pile and old sores eared wlthoat the nse of eaastie r eo knlfo. All oonsnltatlons itrletly oontdontial. edieinol seat by express to sOl par oi th. oountrr. ssnr Workincmoa eared at half the nsaal prioee.' Ofioo hoars from S o'eloek a.m. to 9 p.m. D. S. JOHNSON, M. P.- HELP WEAK. MANTELS AND i GRATES, B84 ZVXaIzx Street. lVCoxsa.i3lxl.sm, Tesxaax. SJW-We offer onr entire stock of BtOTes, Tinware and Lamp Stock AT COST, FOB .CABR. ai we will diaoontiBae that department when the p-oaeat stock is disposed of. Call early and tot a bargain. ANDREW 8TEW AET,. N e w Orleans. AHDKEW D. G WYNNE, Memphis STFInRT VP I UMMIIII I A Combination of Interests in the "Pan-Electric'' and "The American Postal I Ulllllllb UV MUI WholesaleGrocers,CottonFactors SO. S70 FBOBTT STREET, SXEJVF1TIC, TESHa, STEV7ART BROTHEnS & COHPAIJY COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEEOLANTS, KEW OBLEAKJS. IaOfJISIAlf A. Telegraph Ckunpanies," also Incor porated Under the W.BGalbreath&Co. i . . .'1 Cotton factors, ll Union St,. JLeTm Ti i m Laws of the State of New York. 1883-81. Ed. Ce FBARCB & Co. Bit voa ImI Mm BmH-v Knnitl) Ttanr at fa rtrtr Do rosj mflVr Nmtom lrbillty, mt tuir Wait Woaknwv mt Onr-WorktA Bnla. Law Back, K Urn? Ii. tMr. HrteMunmUtm, or tht Ntrrooc Kxhavitloii fellow in jr to diKm.oti or tmnrtf If w, H U to yoor IntrrMtfto kno bv th Honrd O-Fv-uito 8rM)d aboT rot), ftttt other tvp pltancM made by th Amciicn Oaivuite Co Hi th ssmji It bw Itafw i wra ttAnfilnl. tim. K. ' It it all thai to -laimd,arl I hftita ft. , No. U llouth Fourth atrtct. fck. Ixuia. 11 II did far art than vou attid it would. l"red J. Ilarkrtt. It nMM rTatOTlI Ma ( Cotnplcto lmtltTu J aMM f aul atrort. St, luif i - It rHI-rd BM cf aoaM ol I diaCnwiM tilluiitt themt hiunaaitT k heir to ' Thoaar.nda of tvatiinowiaU can ba aavrt ml otftoa. To Mtl who rufftT Lom of Manhood ani OtSarrtlacu of lsvilaafcoava wv deaira Co mt th4 onr apphanoas amm ft n4 MB mt Ha on ikiim or iirt, raw. Ovr 'Vr- phlct, -TWwo tjpm aVw.w1JMa)aV M AMERICAN OM.VANIO COIJMIIV, ' 311 North aiath 81, at Lamm, W0 and other anphmwesM mm h pattr. la tha nwat prtattlvo vtmmAy kmiwn. and will cura bt iisansnswi. luaawnii inota who nava nwra tnawi aar oo. Mm LsvQQ, ai aaicniraa urtrraro x l orarcoma nr troabtw ot BOoan roar' tandlnf.' A. 8&cnrard. bmrar. " It ia all that ia eta.md.ai lly rroomtnnd It.1 E. R. Tttttla. Paaarnirr Amnt V. P. 1 ' li UiQ erwsm tyivrej tt. Littla Bark. ftMsloui fha P WlTll""P MAT mean "Poisoned with Potash." This Is the oase with hundreds who hare boon an wis. Booth to take Earsaparilla, Potash mil. tore., eto., antil disestion Is almost fatally Im paired. SHft I BpeoiUo is a Ten table remedy, and restores tho system to health anu balldi b tho waste made by these poisons. TICTIMIXKS Beit rimmUy BteUTJd hr B. . . "I was snferinc with Blood Poison, and treated sereral months with Meronry and Potash, only to make me worse. The Potash took away my appetite and aire me dyipops la, and both (aro me rheamaOsm. 1 than took Sirsaparillai, .to. All these Barsaparilla mixtures hare Potash la thorn . This made me still worse, as tt droro tho poisoa farther Into my system, A friend Insisted I should take 8wLft's Speolfio, and it eared mo of tho Blood Poison, droro tho Mercery and Potash oat of my system! and to-day I am aa well at I erer was." SSO. 0. WBLLMAN. Ja., Salem. Matt. Cwroel Tsavrwaarltlaf sssmI AkMlatcIy. John A. Smith, tholartaat morehaat ta Galnes Tille, Qa., says I I soffered for years from th. eomblaed effects of Krysipolai and Ecsema. I continued to trow worse under medical treatment and bv takina medlflina eantainine Potash. 8. 8. taoroutniy aaa aoeoiuieiy. my S. eared mo appetite, strenrth and oared with lL'r losh rotuxaed at Iwaa LR TBITTJI TUX IT BTaBTt A MlMUter samd Us. Orprisva CktMnm. Tho Rot. Ii. B. Paine, Maoon, Oa., writes 1 "We nave been using Swift's bpeoi&e at the Orphans' Homo as ateneral health tonie. and hare had re markable results from its us. on tho children anil employes of the iastiiutiou. It is such an excel lent tonie, and keeps the blood so pare, that tho 3 stem Is less liable to disease. It hat cured soma our ehildroa of Sorofula." Out Treatise oa Blood aad Skla Diseases mailed roe to applloaatt. THI SWIFT EPKCmo 00.. Drawer 8, Atlanta, Qa. Hew Tork offloe. 159 West Twenty-third street, between Sixth aad Bereath arenaeai Phlladal phla oBoe. 1206 Chestnut street. No, 276 Front street. : : Hem phis, Tenn srWIIX APEIf NKPTCWBEK 1. laM.-W. IINDELL s'.I.CMASSAING.Mmio'I, HOTEL, D.T.FOBTEB. U. W. HAC13AE. Dlroetora of th. Be(era Telecrapta aad Teleph.m. Cnapauty. TT ott T TBT TVWTmT. L1- T. tj . Dr. J. W. E0QER8, New York. Vioe-President. Gen. FRANK ARMSTRONG. Texas. Secretary. Hon. ROBERT KLOXZ, Penosylrania, Treasurer lion. TtlOilAa X. UlUrilBNUlUi, lauiana, Coanseller. J. HARRIS ROGERS, New Tork, Supervising jucoincian. Hon. HERNANDO D. MONEY, Mississippi. Col.R. F. liOONEY, Tennessee. Hon. VAS 11. MANXjLSG, Mississippi. STIS CrMJCBD Booau oe Parlor Floor ap-br-BBa i Tbe Uad.ll to prorldnf ajl no 8T. LOUIS, MO. Prioee OS BO: S andaS.BO MI.I ueaAitoSS. lfE PBy 7 Loo.toai and ixMSB- br ear msaa la da. ma Saeoasson ta POSTER, TAILOR C04 (DottoiDL Factors WITOIdESAlVE: GKOEI18, KO. 300 FRONT STBXETe ALL. COCTOX IXSUBE1. BseetM of m.Psua-EIeetrlT.lsimem. and Teles; rapfet CouepeiBiiea. tten. JOtiEPS K.JOHNSTON, Virtinia, Preti-a.nt Senator ISHAM O. HARRIS, Tennessee, Vloo- rresident. Senator A. H. GARLAND, Arkansas, Counsellor. Hon. CASEY YOUtfG, Tennessee, Seoretary and Treasurer. Got. JOHN C. BROWN, Missouri. Hon. J. D. C. ATKINS, Tennessee. Col.R. T. LOONEY, Memphis. J ..HARRIS KOUTiRS, lew Vork. i SACKS FVBK ISllED. - - ' . x. K. rmtTT. M. BBITB. mm PMTT 6BJ CO. ' I AA TA TI sTA WsT 1-1 OT Not. 75-77-79-81-83-S5 Vance street, N. W. SPEERS, Jr., PROPRIETOR. Will leave from leveo FRIDAi, 8eitember 19 th, at 10 a.m., refer vine tne risbt to pi It innai&frs tne eftpiaia may aem nnsaie. fmifyhtfir Txjna.tr4 bdiIv to C. I.. IIu.i,. Pa-s. Art. AD STORM, For I Pnp't. FOR VICKSBURG. St. ljut ssB4t Newurlsans Aorbor 1.1 flan U.S. Mall FOR vicksburg. Com m onwealt h jggKf. S. Lightaer master, 0&l&3sSr Will leave from wharfboat FRIDAi, tmvt. 19th, at 10 a.m.. reserrins: the right to pass all landinsrs the eaptain may deem unsate. for freiirhtorpassaKe apply to ., . C. Ii. tlti.t, Pass. Agt. AD STORM. Pnpt. FOR WHITE RIVER. MILT HARRY WHITE 1MVEK MAIL I.I.VE. THB steamer MILT HARRY withdraws from the White river trahe after this date to make neoessnry repairs, lho Wtr. Joe X'eters r,. Will enter the Momphla and Wbite Biver Trncle Nptrmrr 37111. and will leave EVERY sAlURDAY thereatter. - Aiiui it. HAKUi, piaster. For further information apply to R. W LIGUTBliKNE. Agent, 7 Monro. St. Cairo Chattanooga uinoinoati Davenport Dubuuue... Fort Smith Keokuk . La Crosse... Leavenw'th. Little Rock. IiOuisville Memphis Nashville... NewO'leane Omaha.... Pittsbur;... Shreveport... bt. liOUts.. St. Paul Vicksburg... Yankton .... Above low water. Feet Inch Changes.: J Rise. Feet Ineh Fall. Feet Ineh pany" bti KvTTtfcac vtia a' aw BMtfcftWa uS Tl I p.,M br DrrivaTl.t. u.1 a. wl fMI, Orna- -mo.u Kim. ITrr .Itare, J.,lrv.U S.I.. subs, a ir. Z DC IV. P. BERRY MAS EM.TrD his eSee to tho pomer of Kiraaia aad Carolina streets, and hereby takes this method of noJiCvina bis friends that be ia no looser connected with liie business on the oorner of rlixth aad Jackson streets, where he formerly waa lnatrt. i A Oosorsi Aceat far this I State on oar fcrthpomina CkEAT W WHK by Gnoses 0. BiscaaAU, entitled STREET ARABS. ervig . 11 he a rare and uniqoe work, thrilling ia t Bnarkline and fathelifl in eoaoei,tion. ""T ;,. Husaclrmt 1 1 1 at.lrialloai. .hinh Ky. and Itortll Ms. UmstS. I y . .. ... al.AL NnthlBS like 1U Ouickiilrer Pfd. 2S. Minn. A St. L. ptl. S. fSoalaern Paeito, . Missouri Pacific, VIS. balro, IT. Asked. 10 sales. Transaoliona to-day aegroKftted 3d3,000 liares, m follows: 4V,m I,arkawanna, 14.0IX) Lake Phore. 4,il Niirah'jf.teru, k:.i ri. raui. iV.VuO cmon ra.3ii, l,l.BJ nestern vnion, i,iw.,.i racisr. Kktt Orlkanb, Spptmb?r 17. Sisrht ex change oa fJw York, $1 per $ltKX. pre mium, btertipg execange, DanKere dius, 4S3. Londow, Fepteraber If. J!nitt?d States 4, Erie, 14; Krie seconds, hjj ; lew l or Central, 103J ; lVnnsylvania cen tral, fti ; ICeading, 12, ; Canadian Tacilic, 4oJ,SU i'aul( S4j. Paris, 6eptemi3i;; Eentee, 7Su iCc. lllANTEDj 8a, J VL'jT. lti am, aaoital, this offers the SPECXAWST, 'eaotita, Tewuu. Bew imeed eXrest ;Vi.B liU., Keotal CUrs, FUtnla. Fissure. :. hUU..Kdatthju tK. BM At the Bill Ift. ur. er eaatery. IreaU .male and Chrnnia . .as aejiaaaqy mxe (,'m aeari aryaionita. THE COTTON MARKETS. Tbe local market tecned and closed tUt, with qsjUtions reduced 4h,c pn low middlitag and aVxrve, and salea . unim portant QaoUtions at tbe ploee were: rrore Sy. VS Aon. Ordinary MidtkiiiK u tK aitatiuni,. If air , Testrday ...iNuin. mi 10 . lu'J ....1U', Non. C0IT0S St ATKMKsiT. Miaraia, Bepumber 17, ISM- Uitr ftartamber 1. 18M B.Mfl Kooeired to-aay. Received previously HV 1 nruJ ta-day ei.i.iod previously. W 67 e,a lie sue owfesamptioa to date- BtCHrB.n.Blni wooutx AO 1,415 tins, 9(.9Jc; 3-lb tins, .(j)Ki,c; cnoice leaf, tiei-s, .c. Locisvii.i.s:. September 1". Mess pork, 1S. Bulk meats shoulders, Clc; clear lib. iOc: clear aides, 10 Jc. Bacon sboul- dersi ic; clear rib, lOgc; clear, 11c. Sugar-cured liams, 14c. I.arJ steam leaf, fkarrasATi. September 17. Pork dull, $17. Lard dull, 7.40c. Bulk meats o.uiet ; fchniildeni. 61c: short rib. iic liacon steady; shoulders, 71c; short rib, 11c; shirt clear. lHc. Butter firmer; extra creamerr, 27-Sc; choice dairy, ISc. New Orleans. September 17. Lard bImcIv. Bulk meats in eood demand ... . . - . , ahouUers. rackeU. t:c: lone ciear anu rloar rih. Inc. lacon in lair aemana shoulders, 7c; long ciea? and clear rih hisUer, 11c Sugar-cared hams firm, 11 t&o. eKtBlEKaKS. SroA Pore white, 77Jc; off white, 77fc; vallow clarified, tiaiTc; onen ket tie, njraoje; refined A, 7c: granulated, (. ic: powdered. Sic; cut loaf, bic. Oofr-KE Uomwos, 10(i?.10ic; ordinaT, 10j(nll,c; prime Kio, lie; u.Lx, 1;JC old government, "lKa.sc. 2Iolasks Louisiana, common to fair, 2533c ; pKins to choice, 8aCi45c ; fancy, 50c; syrup, 30(540c; ctjr.trijuiral, prime to choice, 33$15c; 'common to lair, o-Mc CxoniNO and Tiiis Baftriug, jute, tt, 11 tc; flax, lw&)0c, according to weight, i Tiea. $1 aOOvl 33. " Uandlk fuiiweiKt, ic SoAr SJ(3jJc per pound. Tobacco Common, 11 -inch, 2Sa&rc; Other frradns in styles, 2.V2r'J0c riaufl UarreU'a. $11 per case; Kuphe'a, $10 25 per caas ; railroad, ?'J S.'ilO. 8alt Par car-load, $1 S0&.1 S J per bar rel ;J1 50 in sacks ; pockets, bleached, 2)a) 7c ; coarse, $1 25 ; car-loads from levee or depot, 610c cheaper. Ckxsxa Ooops, Etc Prices per dozen: oil, 25.28c; prime summer yellosr, 41(5) 4'2c; off summer yellow, 39iVl()c; Miners summer yellow, 4042c ; prime summer wnite.4'-'(aJ4?c: prime winter yeaow, 4Kai 46c; prime winter white, 45 16c; choice cooking summer yellow, 4345c ; choice cooking winter yellow, 40(38c- Ij&ks than car-loaa lots: rnrae summer yellow, 4345c; Miner's 43c; prime sum mer vuito, 4(n4oc; prime winter yellow, 4t(;?4c; prime Tintor white, 40c; choice cooing summer yellow, 46c ; choice win ter rellow. 48c UOTTON-NEED MEAL ITime, I.O.D., !f5 tier ton : off. $19 Der car-load lots. Cotton - Seed. Cotton-seed, sacked, $10 50 per ton, delivered. HOUSEHOLD UPPIJE8. VsaBTaBLES OnionSjyellow, new Louis iana. SJ per barrel. rotatoes insa. new, 1 7oM2; loose. Voc per bar rel. Sweet potatoes, $1 252. Cabbage, homei;ron, $34 per crate; per 100 head, tianic. f I per 100. Aprils Choice and medium, J22 60 oer barreL lined aoDiea. uto Dr pound from store. Dried peaches, 5J7c from etore. Pickles, medium barrel, $7 7 50 ; hail-barrel, iMa4 25; pint jars, $1 25 per dozen ; quart jars, fl 752 per dozen. imbs 100. Poultry Old hens, $2 753; laree young, $3 ; medium yonng, f 1 602 60; small vonrif. f Ui-l 50. I bkh Mias instil wood tvanaafl uitv, 8(581cby the carcafa; choice heavy, 8J fai9c r BCiTS Oranges, new Jamaica, U per barrel. Lemons. It per box. Bananas, tl2 60 per liunch. Cocoannts, f 4 50(ij 5 per 100. reanuta red (n.c; wnne, 8c: roasted. 2tc higher; shelied.lOc. Al monds. lSt'ovaOc. Texas pecans. I0(il5 Arkansas. 46L6c. Enslfah walnuts, 12c Naples, Itic. Filberts, 14c' braa.il nuts, 14c. Raisins London lavers. S2 7iKs3 Imperial, $3 76(i. Brandy cherries, $3 3 25 ner dozen. Cider Missouri, $3 per barrel and $4 50 per half-barrel : Kentucky barrels, $ 7 2a Kentucky half-barrels, f4 50. Vinegar, Stt'lCc tier irallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, f 1 ; No. 2, !K)c: 15-1 b. No. 3. 80c: half-barrel, $o. White fish. No. 1, per barrel, $; half-bar rel, W, nall-lwrol, family, S3 &0. Memphis &. White River Pkt Co. V. . Alls AMJM! .cierk STR. CHICKASAW, K. C. Postal.. master I C. M. Postal.. FOB Clareaxtois, IseTMllia stlotr, !. Are, A si- LEAVES MEMPEIS KVKRY WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. lhronrn rates to an points. Freight consianed to "Memphis and White Eiver Packot Co. will be forwarded promptly. ti . t:. low r;. Agent, on vi narm.at. LEE LINE STEAMERS. Memptij, rrlnra P.tnt ssnft Mf-mpUla ami uarvoln PartLrt Cempany. For llelena. Ulendale. Friars Point and all Way lianaine- oieamcr JAMES LEE, E. T. Clagett .master I Piatt Rhodes clerk Will leave as above on every MOW jlA i , w ED JiiS- 1A I ana i kilia i.sia o elocs p.m. For Ran lolph, Fulton , Osreola and Wav Landings Steamer VtuAS AllAAS, TT an t xtr c : u .1 i ej. lie VWTr. UleUI .....- . tt . LJ iAl I VaJTJI n licrr. Lvea m mbov every MONDAY. WKD.NKS DAY and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boats of thU line reserve the right to tn.s8 all landings the cap tain ma? deem nn safer Oflice No. 4 Madison rU jAWts L.p.ri, itr,, !DTrinTr!neTiL. FOR NEW MADRID. For Hitlra Iolnt, Tlploaai lll, i'ulail PlraMBI sksin I . w waoria-eteamer MA It It TWAINiiO W. P. Hall, master J. D. Fuller, olork. will Ipovc for ,tiv M AUli.ll) ana an way poinu EVERY MONDAY at a i.m. for ireisht or pas- saee aplly on hoard. M., A. C. V. AND ARK. RIV. PKT. CO. u. S. MAIL USE For Arkansas - Citv and wav landings. Jtf: Btieainer mat k ntn M. R. Cheek master I W. C. Blenker clerk leaves Memphis every MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 5 p.m., connecting at Terrene with packet xor a:l points on Arkansas river. For Vicksburfi- and way landing. Mmnwr W1IX fa. H A1M, Ed. Kowland master I W. Thompson clerk, loaves every TUESDAY at 5 p.m., conbectinc with packets and railroads for Yaioo river ana New Orleans. Freight received and bills ladinsr sicned on Company's Wharfboat. foot Union St. h.C. LOWEaod E. WALWORTH, Aaenu, JOHN CARU, kassensrer Agjnt. .TOHV N. HA.RBT'J. 1. V. .nd P. Arent. iielow hish-water-mark 1871. New Ohi,kass, September 17. Depart ed: Annie P. Silver, St. Lonis. No arrivals. Cairo, September 17. Noon "Weather cloudy and warm. No arrivals or depart ures. PirrsBUBG4September 17. Noon River 3 feet 6 inches, and rising. Weather clear and pleasant. WHKEUNo,September 17. Noon River 1 foot 7 inches,and falling slowly. Weather cloudy ana pleanant. Ciscinn ATi.September 17. Noon River 3 feet 3 inches on the gauge, and sta tionary. Weather cloudy; thermometer 72. No arrivals or departures except local packets. Evansviulk, September 17. Noon River falling, with 'I feet 2 inches on the gange. Heather clear and cool. Noarrm als or departures. Night River falling. with 2 feet on the gangs. Heavy rain this morning. Weather clear and cool ; ther mometer 67 to 79. No arrivals or de partures. Lopwtillx, September 17 Noon River stationary, with 2 feet 9 inches in the canal and 7 inches on the falls. Weather cloudy and cool. No arrivals or depart ures. Night River stationary, with 2 feet 10 inches in the canal and 10 inches in the chute on the falls. Business dnll. Weather clear and pleasant. No arrivals or departures. See Additional River on Fourth. PaaeA OTEME3ITS OF OCRAX BTEASKlUi. Gla8ow, September 17. Arrived : Ala bama, New York. Liverpool, September 17. Arrived: Nova Scotia, Baltimore. Hamburg, September 17. Arrived: Westphalia, New York. CNkw York, September 17. Arrived: Uothnia, Liverpool ; Frisia, Hamburg. Qceekstowjj, September 17. Arrived: America, New York. Time of naasace. 6 dav, 20 hours) and 4 minutes. The obieet of this eontnanv Is to realise, with the Pan-lectrie Company, its most admirable idea. . e., to introduce inventions already made, and to develoa vaat fields of electrie discovery through the united effort (as the oriainal pamph let exureasea ll y ccarrtea .crfecmcaaa. ana sjcu- pony stock, win no sola, navint its value basea.not only on tho new systems, bnt also "os the future Domibilitiet of electricity." and on valuable Droo- erties already belonsringto tne uompany. "xne xtoeere xeiesrapn ana Aelepnono uom- has secured the risrht to operate in tho late of Pennsylvania, with her hundred towns and cities. "The Pan-Klectrie Teleohone." with a guarantee from the Parent Company to defend inirinrement suits, snould any arise ag-amst it. This telephone has been introduced into New York by barties renresentinsr several million dol lars, who give forty per cent, of their local stock and tlO per annum royalty on each instrument to and $10 per annum royalty on each ienrument to the Parent Company. Missouri and Texas have . -1 . 2 : . i i.. nui l. CVDUaOWB VU K1VB IBB B.UIO. W1LB 9JV,WAJ BUfl bonus, and from the various States already aold over S2.OUO.000 in money and local stock has been secured since January. Tha Pan-Klectrio Tele- Irapb, nnder the judicious management of Gen. oseph K. Johnston, presideat, and Senator Isham l. Harris. vioe-Dresident. aided bv an able directosy, has also steadily increased the value of its stock. "The Kugers Telegraph ana Telephone Com- ? any" owns (1,500,000 of tho stock certificates of oe Pan-Kiectric Companies of course, its own stock must, independent of its own value, in crease in value, as tha Pan-Electric stock and other properties belonging to it advance; ana al though the State of Pennsylvania might seemt at first view, to circumscribe its territory, its divi dend, in point of fact, must arise from even Bute in tbe Union in which the "Pan-Eleotrie" and "American Postal Companies" prevail; for I. I - . i .mn r , . t1 . ; i. ., lb Al.U VWUS ,UW,WW Ol 1DB ABIBT1CBB riWUU Telea-raDh" stock, to be pooled with a syndicate. I which has already contracted conditionally to build 6000 miles of No. 4 wires, to tap the tobacco, cotton, sugar, oatUe and mineral markets of the Bonthwest. "Parthenon BWfcts," near Bladensbnrg, has also been purchased for a laboratory, and eon- veved to "Tha Roarers Telearanh and Teleohone Company," nor would it be extravagant to pro diet that inventions and discoveries, a-ivinar sur prising value to the stock, may hero be realised under Mr. Rogers, the supervising electrician, who originated "The National Secret Telephone The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GIN in the city. The Best Sample and Yield Guaranteed. R. L. COCHRAN k CO. 100 Poplar St., XeMphls, Teas. Manufacturers of tha Pratt Revolving-Head CQt'n Gin Feeders Mdjtandenaera. I Pries of Revolving-Bead Gins reduced .ft I, art go ia w Price of Eclipse Bailor Gin.........41 SO per saw readers to, ou ana ou-snw, bud; Lsvrger-si per saw ; Condeaeors, all sisos 11 per saw Gin renariaw dona to order. All work gaur- oritfl aaBrS-nTaBS! a-.C--.s, riHi-i: SBSB a THE STANDARD FOR. FIFTY YEARS SAW AH IS PLABTISe-MIU, ATT-TAMl. .' . DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, r.lOLDING,Llir.lBEn Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts. " v MEMPHIS, - bb - .TENNESSEE SBBTtTaTl i IMPART a DELIGHTFUL aad BEFRESHIKG FBAGRUCE to the BREATH WITH I I una llfl ( TRADE HARK REGISTERED.) CHEWXNC1 GUM. For Kal WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS vr thk nmAX Bnr.y enlakgf.d. r . vfl hkd. FTCKN'HTUf NED, tic, ii . lr.lcTO.Iii alrru.ciBoiit alv and "Pan-KlectricComnanies. Senator Garland. IHK Lawyer of the'Benato ot the United Slates, and unauestionably great legal authority, thus refers to the subject of infringe ment, ana tne A'an-juecuie loiepnone: National Hotbl, 1 WashingtoB, 1). C January 4, 1S84. J Hon. A. B. Garland : Diab Si My attentioB has been called to the I stock of the Pan-Electric Telephone Company as aa investment: I therefore desire yonr opinion as to whether the Telephone owned by said Com pany, or any part of it, is an infringement of what is known as tha Bell Telephone. Respect fully. tl. . MYERS. WASHnroTon, D. C, Jan nary 5, 1884. Dbab Sib- In reply to your question propound ed ia the note hereto attached, I beg to say ; I have given the subject referred to much atten tion, and have closely examined several opinions delivered by different eourts in controversies be tween the Bell Telephone Company, Ilolbear, 6penoer Ghegan, and others, and I am clearly ot opinion that tee Pan-h,lectrie, named by you, in no wise infrinss the Bell Telephone. From the earliest decisions of our courts to the present, although inventions may in their general prin ciples be alike, yet if in their operation and work ing there is an essential or material diherenee. there is no oonniet to amount to an infringement. This is recognised in the historic ease of U'Keilly vs. Norse, 15 llow., U. b. Reps. 62, and in nu merous decisions since that ; but more eles.'ly, and with more direct application to the matter bow in hand, in Clough vs. Manufacturing Com pany, 1U6 U. S. Reps., ITS (October term United States Supreme Court, 1882.) Without attempting any minute detail touch ing tho inventions in question,! am satisfied thoroughly so that the difference between them is wider and more distinct than that recognised by the court in tne ease luo Kj . a. Heps., cap. The eourts hold that a ".S'uostaariai departure" from a former invention is patentable without in. fringing. UJuf se. Suriiua i'sn Co.. 1417 17. S Mrne. 636.1 This, in my lodgment. Is more than Insure the Phn-&leetrie Telephone from ile )veay wises. Pi ftm Hat te saesslera arill he) amrallasl hs TTahalnsiala Brsura a, u. Lm, aarfacvsTs sassw .jwBBiarc:uBBBasTs ei jaempaus, ar saw SOIi COIiEMAJr, Mem pliUe Tenn. J. C HEILT. . H. BIOOKI. m. M. EELT. Brooks, Meely & Co. M. A. Thodford Co.' XJvwrV MeMOietsae) or Blsvak Draafht ta aBUuaetauvA4 sU ChmttsaaooeTa. TsnsBU, by tbe ldeatloavl rrelpe , atsod by Dr. A. Q. glmruoaa, la tha mannfactnro of bis Uvsr laMtolBa, M osvrly aa 1S30, at kla Bisaasewiia. ArjAmviLLB, Qk, llay X 1873. V. A. Thbdpobd A Co. Oentlemru I Bavtna been one o( Dr. A. Q. Sim mons' earliest agents lor bis Liver Medicine, ana eiso agon. lor n sine his death, I do cheerfully reconv i mend It to the publle as tho fenulne I and beat liver Medicine in tho world. I hay used tho medicine made by i Dr. A. 0. mamas mimed, and also that maao oy tne parents oi as. a. Thedlord. Tbere s bk deference in them; eo I know tho medicine made by vou Is the genuine and original. a made by Dr. Simmons. Yours Truly, DANIEL DURHAM. This famnai atamady tow Oo an pa Hon, Pyspapsia. toeUcaa. ttoa, IJver Complaint, Mel oil Uva Plseaeeo, kaa beets I oaaatstBt naa by tha ioblio Car . flfty yosara, sued la more poptLtar to-day thsus srvwr ofosra. Bow ' noma but MU A. Tlawdford A Co.'e otitrirual svad (anlao, ananafa tared by tho ChavttsusoocT. MedU I vino Co., mt CliaHoaeega. Tosus. Kvory paeilTaKO onoloeod 1st VaU low Wrapper. Trial pacjrago by smmil, tUtooa WHOT.TOrVT.F, GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS. No. 367 Front wtreet, ; ; JlemphlWe Tenn. 1365. 1884 fx Vrr-1 ai. . 1 rUialljiarticalariwddro . t .1 oirao jvmfa mem Bacb to frnfM tfif chwit of infrinrmnt of the Bell Telephone . f" I D. S.Utus, fiaq.tNfttiontvl ilotel. City. the cocu-ajw. W. H. BROWN SONS, PitUbtirr, Pa. X. M. J0NE8, Mmphls, Tena. BROWI & JOIES, 2S2 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN., ITliotosale and Retail Dealer In - Pittsburg, Shotwell, tothracite & Cannel LClsBEB HAKtieT. The lollowinft are the wholesale prices. of lumber in this market: TiuBsa Poolar, $5(o;9; cvnrrvaa, $6Vv cottonwool, $2 &03; gum, oak, frj (9i will, J7(?; black walnut, jl)Cn)oa Black WaXxut st ad 1. li and in.. $75: common. $50: colls. SVx. Crrai 1, li and 2 in., 1st and 2d elr, 27; common, $15; fencing, lift, 16 it, J to.' Abe 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 iu., t22 60 ; common, $1516. Porj aa 1 in., 1st and 2d clear. $21 ; 1 J and 2 In., lit and clear, $24; common board, $13 5iKiH4: Biding strips, ljsii, face measure. 1st and 2d clear, $22; ceilinB, 1 xti in., 1st and 2J. $21 ; dreaMHl, 1, 1 and 2 in., let and 24, J7 60(1)30; common dressed, 1 in., $17 60. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $22 50(25; common, 1 and 2 in., $1616. Ykllow 1, lj and 2 in., 1st and SJ, 25; dresaed, $S0; flooring, 5 and 6 in., HARRIS' SPEH3AT0RKEE1 1MP0TEKCY. 7rs by us la OrgsWlC VNBtM fJd dC mit, Ana misanrrti o mrm linn, ba!9li akiUfml p&jKinUsa. rcuM from yatvol i&diera tfattBa, taa trm toiulea aii lua mmr tm wear tb- m. Avoid adistt lspoae4 kf pfTiauWava elaiBB of iaar iaai slttm Star these Oet oar c-caj drew- A POSITIVE Im aad tr.1 laaVa.? brtut Core without Med ieino. Patented October 15, 1876. One box will care the most obstinate ease ia four days or less. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. No nauseous doses of eobebs, copaiba or oil of sandalwood that are certain to prodnoe dyspepsia oy oesiroyin tne coatings oj too stomaea. Price, fl 50. gold by all drnreists, or Bailed oa receipt of price. For farther particulars send for oiicuiar. J,O.EoU3;. riTTYlTl j. a . jas.a.Avai hi., 1,1 Kr, 3 John street. New Tork. UUXlAla eaistm aBBduva prlnclirica. Givvlae ta mm e& nfnm. Ut vrtibov UOB I auuercssBB, i "?X,aJp3 " esrsiec fill bmb1 slaea la. tm a fsus BBMBkHOkiV. sCNFt ADDRFRS V. V HARRIS REMEDY CO CbstnistT. f aorta lOUt Bb. Isbbjs, aVk. P-ic HiTBTUTSIaTlalSrf.Mkl PENNYROYAL PILLS!! a nrnn (Chichesteb-s English.) liAlllr.Xl Tteerizuial and enti (.aula. UflL'mO 1 S-uee-fait. lnaUp.iu. u sit liiiiii. CUTTHtSO0T,w'i taeloae eeau la siau.A lur puruculart in letter seat yott by rwnrn taaII. . - - - cainiFjiTrK ctTKancaT. tm- SMiia aijBau.is Be.aare, rkuere. Hfc. Benator Harris, another eminent lawyer of the Senate ot the lnitei States, has also sriven tbe subject profound investigation from Reiss's oria inal invention of the Telephone, in Germany, down to llrawbauch's. Bell's and Horers's repro duction of it in America; and heartily concurs with Judge Garland. Tbe judaree of the Supreme Court of Pennsylva nia have lately denied an injunction to the Bell Company on their broad claims; and tho most eminent jurists throuchont th. country aerroe with them ia the above pinion. 1'fans suaraniecd acaint infringement suits, and having socured rights in these marvelous in struments, and owning the various properties described above, "The Kogers Telegraph and Telephone Company," incorporated under the laws or tbe Mate or tw org, April a. la4, was eapiUliaed at 15,000,1X10, divided iavo share of f 100 each. It is possible that the Telephone stock alone to say settling ol ''the future poetihilitiee of KUc tricity," may, like that of the Bell Company, which was capitalised at 10,O,0u), rise u very high prices; but for the sake of rspid eoastrao tion, and to develop the rich mines ot electrical MEMPHIS, TENN., HELENA, ARK., TEBRENE, MISS., ARKANSAS CITY, ARK., NEW ORLEANS, I A. X.B. Oar Memphis. Department Fills City and Connti-7 Ordem far Ps..wbnrr. Kentnky. sTannel and AnlhraeHe Cowl and On a Coke. CONTINENTAL IMPORTING AHD EZPOBTIRQ COM PAH 15. , XXP0RTER8 0V AMClUCAJf MANUFACTUKlS Tor introduction to Central America, Mexico and noes ana bum inaies, lor wmen we esva Ifer Speoial IndaoemeaU. aad lBBrMrin mt rreMisslema froaa Above awsssiasBeaa. 108 Cbambons Kl Vw York Pity. TJ.fi. A Manhood Restored. Vietiauof jroathfahmprtiTSeBeo.caafi.tic NtrroniDa bllikir, PrtBttva Ioo)r. and all du.rr1er braBflb otf, f maiaortyUoa or o&oaa1ill ltrn of a MWipt rv vd), at.by addraaaiogj. i7l.KK VK8.43t:..aUiaraaC.W.V nnAWfimv ratt 01 ... a,XXTAZi BVOOK or THH Alabama and Tennessee Coal aad Iron Co. Ho. 61TS, R. Chancery Court of 6helby county Ueorr. B. Peters. Jr. Adm'r, etc., of Thomas Peters, deceaikd, vs. T. J. 1) arcs us and W. U. Wilkins, Ki'rs. etc., et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above eauseoa the 7tn day of August. It, M. B. 44. pae47V, I will sell, at pub lic auotien, to the highest bidder, in front of th. Clerk and Master's olios, courthouse of bhelby eoauty, Memphis, Tena., oa atwrday. OrHobr la, 1AS4, within legal hoars, the following Capital Stock of The Alabama and Tennessee Coal and Irn Cora paay, being thro, hundred (3UI) shares, ia all, representou bv oerti&oates No.. Seventy-four (74). Seventy-sia (7A) and Seventy-seven 177), each cer tificate calling for one hundred (li) shares of lb. face value of on. hundred if It)) dull era per share, aggregating three hundred shares of the said capital stock, of the lac. value of thirty thousand if.to.oiaj) dollars. Terms of Bale-Cash. This Kept. 12. I'M. K. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By .. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk and Master. Craft k Cooper. Finlay k Peters, Harris k Tar ley, Siniih A Collier, Solicitors. i JEWISH TEMPLE. 3 A LIMITED number of seats for rent to npn rV members desiring to attend divine worship luring ensuing holidays . Apply to SAH'L iliasca, Soeretaxy, 239 Main. PRIDDY HOUSE S 1 roMai-T OommbbciaI. Hdti.), Corner Front and Jeflenton Sta-. EIPU18, TKII. J. H. PBIDDI (ol Richmond, Va.) Pron'r. This hotel has bees tnorongniy repaireo, rono yated and Sued up with Knur el y New Furniture throughout. I TSBAS-Traaalsm Bsiteai M Per ttmr discovery alreadv in aiaht. the eomnavnT off.ra to inyeetori and speculators very rare opportunities for holders of this s'ek hold, ia effout, siores of SINGLE hilAllES 'AT $70. . Lars, bloeks at greater redaction: hnt the rlgh t0JfrT t moment, is reserved. The company will also put up telephones, OB short notice, at half the Bell Company's rates. OAeeei aV Broadway, New T ork ; Sli Four -an d- f r i to s oatbA J vSwmmI mm mm I I esasaBartsesifc . I I arirayae ha mktm fke b4I ta BVaaalM at thai dMa M aaiaailias. aaa aaa a1 alBMU awlawasi liaise. "aTirnY brob aaasBMa v. tar tawas th. laadMS atMSV TAIIE ITOT1CE! TH.T-r".r.li.Dv.ta.vr- mr alll ba k.ld at i.a the city of Ki.' ,4 i. Onr AAILS are Mamnlketnrd Aram the Finest HwlsTh Iran. and in Quality, Style and Finlah. are Vneanaled la market. For Bale by W. B. BBVCE A CXN MEI1PXIIS, and tha aald eomvaay, ia rtaUe Tr Bneeee. y oi isova.e., ImM. at 11 o'clock la th. foraauoa, a which mews! the laswe Pi1"""" hoode end of i erme bendeef said eouae- ead tbe .aeeati. ..7 delivery of asortsn.- . M mbm tb. rerr 1 ak.raof. will be aab. -Iblu ...kkTT i.i