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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUND A Y,' OCTOBER 13, 1884.
RAILWAY RECORD.
A.MBITAL ASDtEPARlORE Ot TRAlSm,
Ohio astd SontliWMiera
follow. : No. (mail daily) leave.
: ... .1
. , r . . 6 (S.wbern ecoommodation daily
assent Sunder)
p.m.: No. (
asnt Kuniar)et
.ilT
tic
1 .1 A n.m. No. 7 arrive, at a :05
wbera accommodation daily ex-
. lll'lna.m-
.1. and I.ll tie bock Train Dtn
M (llo i (central standard time) s No. 1 leave
daily at 5:00 a.m. I arrives at 11 -JA p.m. No. 3
leaves ,.1 4:40 a. in. arrive at 7 ;06 e.m. ; No. o
(rVeimt' leaves Hope6eld daily, azoapt Sunday,
at 8.a.i. : an-ives et6:20p.m.
l-.i.vllle.nd NaMhville Trains move as
fol oa-i Fait mail arrives daily at 4:30 a.m.:
leaves t 11 4' p.m.; mail leaves daily at k:4j
a.m. I ownsville accommodation leaves daily,
esoeot6jodsv, at4:!0 p.m.: mail arriv.a daily
at 4 5) p.m. Brownsville aooo-nmodation arrives
dei y, esoept Baday. at 8 S a.m. (standard
UpaaeBaa .aid Chrlstose Train, mora
M follows: Through espress 'eaves daily fJ
IiHi.b. Mail and eiprew leavos dally at 9:15
e.m Snmerville aoeommodatioo leaves daily,
eiccepl Sunday, at 5:li p.m. lnrough "press
arrive, daily at 4:li a.m. Mail and express
arrives daily at :46p.m. Som.rrilla woommo
Jatinn arrives daily. evcent Snn.iay. ' H.3lia-m.
MliaaJaalppI atBl Traawwil Trainl mora
.. rn... . rtfln. uia i icavea aanyatd:56
t ai.: fcardis aeocmmodttiiin leave, dnily, ex-
apt Seaday, at 4:30 p.m.: freight tralni .eave
daily, except Sunday, at s.w a.
mail arrive, daily at 9:30 a.m.
Sao day.
New Orleans
Sardia aeeoin-
i . r.. .rriVM dailv. exeent Sunday, at W:U0
a.m, ifreignt trams imnwuii
''iSani t1ly,Bprliiirn.lil Memphis,
rammer tram leaves M. and T. depot at 9:40
i!aiV: arrlToi. at 6:30 p.m. daily. Through freight
loevss West Memphis at 10:45 a.m.: amy., at
i3o p.m. Local freight d'seootinued. Irslght
and t'c office. No. l Madison street.
EmCATIOXAL.
eaT. THOA4 II AM., Holly Springs. Mi's.
School of high trade for boy I. Established IMa,
Fall term Sept. 13th. A graduate of Dublin Uni
versity teaeho. classic Home in President a
family. Address the Rector. Highest retire n"es.
Miss Higbee's School
A HOME" AND DAY SCHOOL FOR 011
J. Topp Place. Beile street. Memphis, lenn.
Classes resumed lmll?;
created accommodations for boarding pupils.
Buildings commodious, pleasure grounds exten
sive. Literary Department thoroughly eiuliied.
Tea. her. ail college graduates. tRGNCll .and
I1KKMAN tiiirht by the natural methods of Dr.
tVormso. SC11O0L0F MUS IC in charge of g-ad-natos
of the Cincinnati and New England Jol
leirei of Muate. ART SCHOOL in ebatfre of an
Artirt of European experienc and a graduate of
the Cincinnati School of Design, WOOD-CAUV-ISiJ
a ipecialty. Courne of atudy F.MIN F.NTLY
PRACTICAL. Adult elasces provided for. En
rollment lant year. 223. NUMBER OF HOARD
ERS LIMITED to 2S. Early application muat be
made. Circulars M bookatoreff.
Home & Day School.
Miss Clara Conway, Principal.
Adams Street and Charleston Avenue.
EIOHTH TEAR OPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 22,
lSt. Total eatrallinemt litat year. -240.
Thorounh and proyre-nive in aim and molhod.
Tb. moat natural and health I ul m.ana of arowth
and doTelopment. Daily Kytqnaatics for the cul
ture of a vital body, which u the baaia oi intel
lectual training.
aipelailiau la evvry depart mml.
B. t advantacei in Muiic, Art, Lanruacoj and
Elo.ution.
. i;iaaaea prepared for funimer travel abroad, ao-
oou)k"nied by Miaa Conway.
fioStH DEPARTMENT ADDED for the beneSt
of puuilf from a dintanc. Tbe number being
limited to Jti. it will be neeesiary to aecure Uie
" ctl" oooraddreM MISS CLARA C0SWAT,
No. 223 Adam. atr.t.
Circular, at bookttore. Bept. lat.
BETHEL COLLEGE,
KrSSEIXTIIXE, KY.
T. OCATIOS healthful. Aoce.iil.le from
.1 J poinu.
Inrtruction.
all
Wall endowed. tSevon .ohooli ol
Kxpen'. moderate. Nextt-rmDa-
.... H.ntmK.r 4. 1KS4. Send for eataloitue to
.T4MKS H. FIIOTTA. thilrman FacnltT.
WORTHY
Of Confidence.
.v.mC iirnpar;ila Im a medicine Hint,
MI til O iluriu licui'ly 40 yeurs. in all
part of the worki, Jiaa firuvwl IU efli
cicy iho hct Mood wUiruUve kuown
to medical acicuco.
SARSAPARILLA ix,f rixit of tli
pcnuinn Iliiiiluni Kar"upniillH) ix its
llano, ami lu powi-r rp eiibant'etl by
the extract, of Yellow Vovk lml Stil
Jlnirla, the IwlUUn of l'olnsHfum Hud
Inm, nnil othpr potant liiirrctllflit".
'Iff yoiltlHooU VUllltPil liy orniupriurmw
or Contiiniou. DIwumc?
of tho (Iw-iitivo and uiwimlbtory fiinc
tion.F ia it tainted liv Hcrof ulii? or
d(M- it contain I ho poiwin Of Alcaui y
TllC i''"'"u! pnyoit'iuna
of tho rnllwl
Stuti'., who kmiwtlia comimstl Ion
of Aybk's Kakhapahili.a, any tliut
tKrUjlni" lo no itikxi lor ina niri!--(loa
t f lie blood is within tlio ruugu of
iibariuifv,
n,, by tbfl uso of tlit remody h it
UllLY iHUwitila tow A criMin whn Inn
corrupted blood la atuii) Konml bcilllt
and prevMit triiniiifniH4 pt Uio do
alructlve tuiut to N.tciiiy,
THOROUGHLY of tlioaynicni niu-t
i;icliKlo not on Vie rmiovnl of -or
rujon from tub blood, but In cnricli
tiKiitt ejjil tiio BtroiiijtUcuins ft tUo
WlluJorKiHia,
nPi .am r fllrn.P., nil over tho
RELIABLE. wow "tif,v tllat ,hu
work lnllerxcouiplUi'd by A yf.k
arsapauill IUuu ity fiuy otuer
'ftbiit U corniptrd IlironiH
BLOOD 1,io I'i'rc.ond A'li'od
wonkpiicd tr;rK, .Itmliiuli.ui of Iho
AVER'S SAII8APAl'., l-A' . a,,,.,.!,..,,
PURIFYING t-.'SS
Iw dirlvi-d from tho uo of AYJw1
BnlAPAlm..A, moro apcrdily thnit
from uuythlng clap;
ipniftur forwblch like cflTccta nro
KiLLUIiINL. fal-cly rlninifd. U lun-
dmit In thn market, under many nnmi-s.
Intt the only preparation that bntood
the Ipat of tluio, and proved worthy of
tho workfe couiiiivua;, ia
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
rRF.PAftKD BT
Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Maes.
: Soldbya.lldruF?l!d: Trice 1;
six bottles for $.".
FINANCE AND TRADE.
The financial market indicates no
changes in the condition of money or se
curities. Business shows increase in pro
portion to the activity of cotton.
The cotton market closed easy, with
middling qnoted at OJc, and sales of 950
bales, of which 825 were to exporters. Re
ceipt were 1553 bales.of which 206 were by
river and 200 by wagon and otherwise.
Shipments, 433 bales. Ktock, 13,918 bales.
New York spots closed dull, with middling
quoted at 10c ; futures closed barely steady,
with October declined to 9.909.91c, and
other months 6 to 8 points. New Or
leans spots closed easy, with middling
quoted at 9 13-10c; futures steady, October
quoted 9.059.67, and other months de
clined 5 to 6 points. Liverpool spots closed
with limited inquiry, quoted at 5 11-16
5 13-16d; futures closing easy, October
quoted at 5 39-64d sellers. Total stock at
Liverpool, October 9th, 604,000 bales,
against 555,003 bales sametime last year.
Receipts at all porta yesterday, 32,181
bales.
A steady improvement in business in
general trade continues apparent in daily
transactions, but nearly solely confined to
retail trade. Receipts and shipments yes
terday were as follows : f
IMPORTS.
Two hundred and sixtv-five brls apples,
88 tcs bacon and bams, 10 brls beans and
peas, :s;i pkgs batter, 57 pkgs boots and
shoes, ;i:59 bu corn, 3 cars cotton-seod, 77"
sks cotton-seed, M pkgs cheese, 09 sks col
fee, 9 pkgs dry goods, 43 pkgs eggs, 1612
brls flour, 3 h'd hogs, J car hay, 1 horse,
000 bdls iron ties, 335 pkgs lard, 8 cars
lumber, 10 pkgs liquors, 27 brls meal, 1
car oatH, 10 brls onions, 4S0 brls potatoes, 8
cars bulk pork, 10 brls sugar and 35 pkgs
tobacco.
BX PORTS.
Twelve brls apples, 7x2 rls bagging, 130
tcs bacon and hams, 37t ska bran, 4 brls
beans and peas, 31 pkga butter, 253 pkgs
boots and shoes. 277 bu corn. 40 sks cotton
seed oil meal, 1 14 pkgs cheese, 204 Bks cof
fee, 122 pkgs dry goods, pkgs egg", 5s
brls Hour, )9 bales hay, 8 hl horses and
males, 1189 bdls iron tiee, 120 pkgs lard,
cars lumber, 79 .pkgs liquors, 2iM brls
meal, 28 brls molasses, 330 kgs nails, 89
bu oatii, 19 brls onions, 50 bils potatoes, 3 J
cars bulk pork, 33 brls pecked pork, 141
brls sugar and 133 pkgs tobacco.
New York spots opened dull ; at 12,
dull ; At 2, dull, closing dull, with sales of
148 bales. Contracts, none. Closing quo
tations were
Ordioarr
tfood Ordinary...
wt Miu.iiing
Middling
Good Middling ..
Middling Fair....
Fair . , , ,
ieiterday Day Before
u 9
9-i
10 10-
.10 S-16 10 3-16
.1014 WA
,.it. uy.
FINANCE.
Money 8 per .cent, on satisfactory col
lateral to regular customers. The following
table shows the clearances and balances.the
ratns of exchange and prices of local stocks
and bonds at the close of yesterday's busi
ness:
CLEARINGHOUSE STATEMENT.
Clearing-. Balance,
October 11th.... 171,i 21 t ,)7 49
Total thia week 1.1W.5.V. 4 :r.Si.8h 17
Total hint week ha,Wi7 .i 2I7.3SS 2
Same weok 1K..., 1,1M,7: 7 lsM,4itf 4
Suae week 1482....... 801,404 87 ltili.ttfo 2d
EXCUANUH.
New York . . H disH1 pr.m
New BriiUud lliint. ........ aie".
New Orleans.... K dii'4 par
BANK. STOCKS ,
Bank (if Corameroa..... ...1454
Fir.t National 11120
derm. a N iilional....... .....................
Manhattan... . ....ll
State Hationl .....................l ii
Union and i'lanura....... . ...14.4--
Meroaa tiio .llilJO
INSURANCE STOCKS. .
Hone . in i ,. ,, .- f'l
Hlutt City .................10iK41U
P.irl..-.... ............................. l 't S3
PiiinUr. ...... .
Ptt.DDIX . -........1II0'
Meicgiai Ui'.y l'.iVa
Vand.raiit... iW 2S
B"niHn .......... ......J0O"Hl'l
Arlington : . 30 bid
RAILWAY STOCKS.
Memphis and Charleston. 26 H
MiiH,ippi and Tennetaee.... 45
1.0'iim'iile and Na.ih ilia...-......- SlU
Mobile and Ohio & 10
New York futures opened steady at de
cline; at 10:22, steady; at 11:34, quiet; at
12:30, barely steady; at 1:35, dull; at
2 :30, barely steady, closing barely steady,
with sales of 57,000 bales. Closing quo
tations were:
Ye.terday
January .. ..10.07
February-.. . .10.2.MI10.21
Marco ..-10.:MAIua.i
A pril.... . .10.47i10.44
May... ...10.K910.ti2
Jane.... .. . J0.74 10.75
J u 1 y ... lu. KOl 9. 8H
Aaeu.n , .. '
Day Before
10.14(310 15
10.2710.2
10.4lliH10.42
10.55 10.50
10.6H10.70
10.8910 83
10.95 4 10.99
October... .. 9.9VOI 9.91 9.'J7r4 9.9X
November..., 9 9 9.W'i4lo.no
Decamber... ., .... 9.9t9 v7 10.04u10.05
The New Orleans sjKit market yesterday
opened weak ; at 1 :30, w ak, closing
easy, with quotations 1-lGj lower. Sales,
2750 bales. Closing quotations were:
Ordinary
Good Ordinary...
Low Middling...
Middling
tiood Middling...
Yesterday Day Before
W 8 7-W
. V . 9 7-lii
9 9 11-16
9 13-16 vy,
10- 10 1-16
New Orleans futures opened steady at
de .line; at 12, quiet, closing steady at the
following quotations, with sales of 24,400
bales: ,
January.....,
r'eb.-uary. ......
March ........
April
May
June.. ...........
July
Augu.t
September
October.......
November
December....
Yesterday
9.y4 91
9.9.VI 9.97
10.11-alO 12
.. io.a;.oii).27
HI.41'410.4-2
. 10.W4.1O.57
lo.iiy." 10.71
Day Before
9.S5 a 9.87
10.01 (i10.02
10.irriwl0.17
10.32-ial0.33
lll.4li.'!.l0.4S
10.(il(10 ti3
io.7.vio.n
9.71 9.72
. 9.C7
9.7iJ 9.73
DAILY BULLETINS.
Market!
OalreHtoa ..... Firm. 3,175 Vyi 46,317
NowOrlaans.. Weak. 6,9.5 9 13-16 74.27
Mobile . Quiet. 1,MI ?4 4,!Hi
Savannah Ka,y. f.,71S 9 72,0X0
Charleston. Quiet. 6.?U 9 IMG 55,524
Wilmineton... Steady. 876 9H ' 5,S:tl
Norfolk ay. 2,814 9 11-16 22,142
Baltimore...... Quiet. V, ' 11,771
Now York Dull 10 .57.563
Boston Quiet. 6t Vl'i 6.310
Philadelphia- Quiet. Wi 5,613
St. Loui.... Steady. 1,444 U, . 7,158
Augusta... Quiet. 1,810 ' 9 5-16 .
Variou." 2.1M7
Day', reoeipta, lsl.. ....... .32,il
Daj '. recoipu, 1S5.... . ...... 3t,524
Day', receipt.. 182... 3'!.4 .2
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
'. Tin. bast Last
- Week. Week. Year.
Receipts, 1 aav. 32,181 24,263 3.1,554
reports to GVt Britain 10.10S 25,081 4,861
Export, to Continent... 2,) 6,217 110
Stock at a II porta 372.1ia 281.311 ft22.BW9
Thl. tiaat iear
Year. Year. Beforo.
RecolptjisinoeSept.lat &5,942 745,0.16 71 .',018
Foreign export. 278,466 274 215 330,321
Stock at U. S. port.,... 372,t'li 622 669 3i'i6,4Hl
Decreajw in receipt. ... H6.14
CIIAJJCERY SAIsE
OF
O A. X II" S TO 0 151
OF TUB
; Alabama and Tennee Coal and Iron Co.
m Tft w m,.AAr rinHrtaf Rhelbv eonnty
tlnoraa B. Paters. Jr., Adm'r, ete., of Thomas
i'f tera. deceaaed, v.. T. J. Barota. and W. U.
Wllkina, Kx'r., t.,atal.
B I virtue or an interiocuwiry aecree rorsaie.
entered in theabove canoe in the 7th day ol
Aa.wat. ia4, M. B. 44, page 4t, 1 will aell, at ..ib
...:.. tKa kiifhnat bidder, in frontof the
, "Clerk aad Muinr'i oftice, courthouse of Shelby
wvuitty, Menipuia, Tenn., on
liiln 1a.1 hour., tha tivli.iwina Capital Stock of
The Alabama and Teneewee Coal and Iron Com-
Sany, being tbrea auutirc i vu"i .aarea. in an.
K AMrttllrtiLtMi Nnt. Havanl.a-.four t ,-41.
Kev,nty-.ix (761 and Seranty-eeven 77).ehoer-
palling for one huajrad (HO) ahare. of the
faoe valae of one hundred ttiml) dollar. pr share,
gstegaiing three hundred 13W! .iaare. ol th.said
-apill .tack, af the lae. value ot thirty thousand
titn.OK)) dollar.. , . ....
1 - . f Ki.fl.li. Thl. Sent. 12. 14.
R. j. bLACK. Clerk and Master,
Tty J. M. Bradley, Deputy llerk and Maater.
Oraft A Coorar, Finlay A P4r, liarri. A Tu
ley. Smith Colli'
RAILWAY BONDS.
Memphis City tol io3
Memphis A Charlueton 2d inort ,7s U3i)100 MIU2
Memphis A Charleston oonsol. U M
Memphis A Little Hook. 1st mort. 8s ... 100 tl04
Minsiisiiipi A Tonnei.-re consols A.......li3 (915
Missirsippi A Tenilesioe consols 13.........H4
KastTenn.t Va. A (ia. eon.ol 5s. ... 6 60
MISCiSLLANEOUS.
Taxins-Distrioioouipromiae-bonds - 67 ! 70-
Mem. Storage Comp. Co W waltai
Mtuifhis Has Company stock. ...... 6 (4 ID
Memtbis Ou Couiiiucy bonds .Jol loi
Mem. Wat. Co. bonds, accrued int'.t liJO
Ueatr his WaUr Company stock.., 50 A 6J
Memt hi. City bonds, old .,.... 35
Meiut hi. City oouprootise bond. ..70
Meiuphis City eoupon. from old bund, 35 54
V..uiphi. City oou. from eomp. bands. HQ 4
Memphis City ledrer halanoas..... ....... S5 (9
Memphis City judgin'taoncou.Abond. 35 14
Memphis City paring indebtedness.... .15 &
Shelby eonnty (Mem. A Ohio R. K.)6sl!0
Shelbyoounty (M. AO. K.R.)-lon...liriV'l"4
Shelby ceunty wirrants. ....... ........... 9 at 9
MissiHeippi Levee snrip...... 10
PiooearCTotton Mill... 85 9 90-
Cot. Ex. hull, bonds, ac. int. added, par dl
UT Telearrapb.
Niw Yobk. Oclolr 11. Money 12
net cent; cloned oiiere4 I per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 66 per cent.
Sterling exchange bankers' bill qniet,
481 1 ; demand, 484.
Weekly bank statement Loans, in
crease, f 137,000; specie, increase. $ I, !,
000; legal tenders, increase, $ t,!KiO,O0O; de-
posits,
crease
000.
of leal requirementa.
I He-lids Governments weaker. Hallways
lorer. states steady.
eusk Stoci: e weaK ana aaj.reaseu
to-iluv on Uie announce'Seat of the with
drawal o! the teftlftmore and Ob'o Mil-
road Compau Ifom aij trunK une poo:,
the presumed reaigurlon of Goi:nissioner
Fisk. reports cf rate-cutting at tho Wst
xv Central stock by W. H. anderbilt.
(Jratigera were weakest, parly irl the day
Pacific Mail and union raciua were nrmry
held, and advanced to 55 j for tbe farmer
and to 50J for the latter, rjubseqnently ,
there was a reaction to 54 and 55$ re
spectively, in sympathy with Uie break in
other shares. A t the close there was a
rally oi I to 1 pes eent., the latter in Lsck
awauna. The short inUreet was materially
increased, owing to the circulation of the
unfavorable roporU given above. Coni
misiuoner Fink's resignation was denied
late in tho day. Compared with yesterday
the closing prices are J to 2J percent,
lower, hales of stocks for the week,
1,130.700 shares. Closing quotations were
as follows r
eovsaxucB-Te.
tr a 3j, loo. 4s, ll.!i-
45. YtoMo 6s of 18S5. 125.
Boxne
Liverpool spots at. noon were, quuteu
limited inquiry, with sales ot 7000
bales, of which 500 were AraorU:an. Ite-
teipts, 2000 bales, ol which lo00 were
American.
-At 12: Ordinary, 5d; good ordinary,
5 6-lUd; low middling. 61d: aood mid
dling, 5 13-ltid ; uplands, 5 ll-lcd ; Orleans,
Liverpool futures at noon tiuiet at de
cline ; Octobar, t 40--4d ; October-Novem
ber, 5 39-bld; November-December, 5 3-
C4d; December-January, 5 40-G-ld: Janu
ary-February, 5 4S-C4d ; February-March,
o4U-o4d; Marcn-Apru, s OIMU.
At 2: October, 5 39-6id, sellers; October-November,
5 3S-64J, buyers; Novem
ber-December, 5 38-64d, sellers; Decem
ber-January, a 39-ti4d, value; January?
February, 5 41-64d, buyers; February-
March, j 4.1-ol-J, sellers ; Marco-April, o
40-o4d, sellers; April-May, o i3-tHd, sell
ers; May-J une, 5 50-G4d, value;
Futures cloced pmrv.
OENEItAL TKA.DE.
BRl!4UltrrF.
Cobn white, 05c; mixed, 62o from
store. From levee or depot: Round lots
in bulk, shelled white, none; mixed,
bare.
Hat Strictly choice, from store, 80c;
prime, 70c; prairie. 50c; round lots from
levne or depot, choice, $13 50; prime, $10
Floob From store extra, $3; double
extra, 53 25; triple extra, $3 60;
family, 3 75; choice, $4 3304 40;
fancy. $4 OOteH 5; extra fancy, S4 iw;
patents, $2(5 round lots from levee
or track 10;.ti 0c cheaper.
Bras Froin store, 8055o per cwt;
rontid lots from levee, 13 per ton.
Uohsmkal standard, t- 8-) ; pearl, J3 i o
from store; 5c cheaper from mill, levee
or track.
OatmeaL In half barrels, $3 754
from store.
Crackbd Wbbat In half barrels, $1 50
(a4 ib irom store.
Oats White. 42c; mixed, 33e from
store. Round lots from levee white,
snckod, bare ; mixed, sacked, 29(5i30c.
Homikt AND Ubits From store, $3 50
3 75
Rica Louisiana, 556J; Carolina, 7
7Jc
Us an Navy, $2 50; medium, $2 60;
common, $1 60(42.
LoyisyjiiE. Qotober 11. Wheat de
mand fair and market firm; No. '2 red
winter. 75(Si7ttc Com stead?: No. 2 white.
69fl0c; No. 2 mixed, 6til57c. Oatj
dull ; No. 2, 28 j29c.
St, Louis. October 11. Receipts Flour,
R000 brls; wheat. 41,000 bu; corn, 0000
hu ; oats, 15,000 bu ; rye, 2000 bu ; barley
2o.O0C bn. KhiDmentt Flour. 10.000 brls
corn, 'oou uu; oats,
"tl
Ki,Hcito.
3J Court Piatt, IDinSVIllE, Kl.,
WMI B
aO u hia
4Dwre all forma , of f n IV A T K,
CHKt)IflO aad SEXUAL. JJ1S-
SpejramaitorrliwA avnd Impotencx,
a. tk. nwII ml la yuk, U ..MM la -
M fan, ill. MMd Uri BMll.HnV MM - ' IM M
,wM .eVrfe I Nmammm, IwmImI KmmIm. lit
miem Jumju!, Dwim mi hvU Cm4im MMrr. I'hy.
Mrl tMy,rtinaWM Ik., A i.n.i t, htwlMv mt rmialM,
fwMw mt tmfm, Lm. mi toml rwt, M... MMtUtu
wlK larw- mt ..-ir.T, .r. taiMwukly mmm ,iiai
mmUj e4. SYPHILIS awK'vri, mmmmt
urai. miwai inm k tymum. OoaeMrrhea
OLEKT. awtrtar OiHto, H4a (ml Kiw,
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TAKE NOTICE!
P. land grants, 35.
P., Uio U dir., 4n-).
111.
ants. 103.
rd. I1-
Virginia 6, . '
Va. eoa-. ea-u. ... .
v a. consols did., S.
. a,, k.iu v ii
).. tniU, 111
V.r, latdll,.!
U. P. sink, f.r
C. V. flr.tJ.lll.
Eri. aeoonda. 64'4.
Lehigh A Wilkes., 97.
Louisiana consols, 70.
Mteaourltis, I"'.
St. ,lneph, lit.
-St- P. A S.O. firsts, 115
Tann. a. old.S'.
Teas. 6s, new. i'J.
T0:is.
Adam.ExHV,.S2i; Mobile A Ohio, 9,
Afiaaeny Central, .9.
AlPn Terre H.. il.
A. A T. H-rfd, 75.
American Express, 92.
B..U., K. N..r'0.
I'aada Paeite, 4
Canada Southern. 32.
Central Pnciac. $:'.
baea peaks A Ohio, 6.
0, A 0. 1st pfd, 12.
C. A O. i v.
Chicaa-o Aiton, I'M,
8. A A. phi, 1K.
--.B.a,.;4i.
U., Dt. it. n ; v.. as.
C, St. L. A P.. 8',.
"C.St. L. A P. Bld.18.
C.Sao. AC, 23.
Del. A iiuii., H4' j.
Dei. Lack., 4'.
Denver A Kio ii., 10.
Kria. 1-..
Kris ltd. 25.
Fast Ten
Morris A Essex. 123,
riaah. A Chat.. 3S.
tl. J. Central, 44'.
S.AVV. Pfd, 20.
orthorsPaoiSc, 18"S.
Norlh'n Pae., afd, U.
(iorth western, t-;.
Northwestern rtd. Wi
ll. Y. Central,
Ohio Central, 1.
Ohio A Miaaivsippl. 18S
Ohio A Misa. ptd, 40.
Ontario A Western, 11.
Oregon N av igatton , 69.
Creson Trans., 12.
Oregon Imp., 19.
Pail to Mail, ii',.
Panama, '.. '
P..D.A E., 13',.
Pittsburg, 40'.
Pullman Pal. Car, 13;.
Reading, 2.1.
Hock Island. 114. . .
St. L. A 8. P., 20H.
heat, J,00C
4000 bu.
Cincinitati. October 11. riour firm
f.tmilv.$.UO(A175: fancy. 50. Wheat
aii.fr: No. 2 red winter. 82(i?S;5c. Corn
dull 'and lower; No. 2 mixed, 551(J-50c.
Oats tinner, iBijc. Rye easier, 57Jc.
Birlev ouiet but steady; etra No, 3 fall.
oo. -
CH.Cino, October 1 1. Receipts Flour,
13,000 brls; wheat.113,000 bu ; corn, 1 2,
0(Kl bn: oata. 133.000 bu; rye. 19,000 bQ
barlov. 31 .000 bu. Shi patents Flour, 3,-
i f . 1 . . l . fill 1W1 k.. . n llil fVul
1K.U una: VI UUUL. w.wv uu wiu, xa.,wv
bu; oats 207,000 ba; rye, 28,000 bu; bar-
ley, :iu,uuu Da.
KaksasCit v.October 11. Wheatsteatlyt
cash, 50 Jc bid, tVJic asked; movemDer,
57 1c: Docemher. 68ic bid. 59ic asked.
Cora higher; cash, 42(oj42ic; October, first
half, 42,c; OiHober, o'.tc Did, 4ic asuea;
November. 31ij: the veer. 28le bid; May,
30c bid. 30lc asked, (.lata dull and nomi
nal; 23c bid, 23jc asked,
Nr-w- Orleans, October 11. Flour
higue'r grc.Jf-s- f 3 8,"i4 25. Corn qniet
and weak;; m' Sack.-yeiiow raixeo:, r-sc
veliav and white, u'Jc
Oats Western, dsmgnd active but easier
i.,.:.. -Vii:3d4o: Texas dull and easier
mixed) 34&35a; red TlUtproof, 37(3ac
tirninn . 2 S;V2 70. iiav in iw
mand but at lower rates; prime, $1
II 50; choice, $15 60C16.
St. L. A S. P. ptd, 40.
St. L.AS.P lt piil. 87.
ot. rani, if..
neasee. 4i-.
Kavt Tonn: pl-1. Ta.
knrt Wayne. 1!S.
Uaanibal ASt.Joe.38X. St. Paul pld
11 . a St, J . ptd, 5S.
Harlem, li.
H,,..a A Texas, 34.
Illinois Central, 121.
I.. B. A W ., V,'.
tvansas A iexas, 1
Lake Kn H WaV,. U
. 'A.
St. P. M.AM.. hlH
St, PanIA Omaha. 23.
St. l'aol A O r.1.1
Texas Pacific, 11'.
linlon Pacific, 55' g
t'. S. Express. 52
W.. St. L. A P.. M--
W.. St. L. A P i t. 10.
Wells A Farco't K.,1U6
Western Union. 64
Uomestako. 9'a
t iron Silver,
THAT a wieetinr. ef t
Lejalnvlll. Mew
the stockholders ef the
Lealnvlll, mrm rlsAsia Ritl Texsw
ItKllsaay Seiaaipsiaiy will ba held at the onloe of
said company, in the city of Memphis, ia the
ctat.a tenneaaee, ou ine una uay l ioovemoer,
lsa4, at 11 o'clock in the foreuovn, at which meeU
ine the issue of Srat mortae bonds au.l of in
am me bonds of .aid company and the execution
' and delivery of mort-ape to secure th payment
thereof, will be aabmilted to the stockholders of
aid rompaay for their consideration and appro
val. M.mpkt.,8tmb.r5 .lS4.
K. T. W lLSON, President.
C. H. Boaaat. Secretary.
BUSINESS AM) SIIORT-HAXD SC110CI
Cssr. Mai a MasOXet ,. sat. Unl. If ex.
flHOROIKJU inatraetion given in Book-keep.
L ing. buaineaa aad Ornamental Penmanship
T-Hort hand. Kngltsa Braaoaes. Banking, ete
W rkte for eiremlarv
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AMCmCAN OALVANIO COwiPAlCV.
SI2 NerH, hrlh at. t, I lie, KM
Lake c.hore. 71
Loai.v.A NasBv., flS'-J,
L , N. A. A Chi., 10
Mu. A Cia. 1st l'lM. 10.
V.o- A Cia. V.l .IJ. A.
Minn. A (J-le.wn.VSH-OntarKi, Ml
MIh'oisn Central, tio. Quicksilver, S
M. an. St L.. 1,. Ouicksilver rfd. 30.
M no. A St. L. pfd. 29. tSoa'hern Pasite, .
Missouri Panne, H". balro, 17.
"Asked. tNo sales.
Transactions to-day aggregated 210,000
aharee, a follows:'
:t!.onn T,sckawnna, JS.COO T.aka Shore, .
3H isi Nor(hrvcs!a.-, lo.ism .N. . Ceiitrai.
I.t.tssi pacific Mail. J7.l St. Paul,
XMHW I uion racinc, la.isv oimv.wi aciuo.
New Okikas, tVtober 11. Sight ex-
chant. on New York. $1 per flOlki pre-
n.iuin. tHa.riygexcnange Danaers ouis,
48 1
Ionikiw. October lt.-r.Krie, 141; Krie
eocouds, 5tiJ; New York Cent!, MS I; Illi
nois Central. 1201 ; Keaiiinf, l-:; Arca
dian Pacific, 4aj ; M. i aui, s..
Paeu), October l .-Eentos, 78f.
THE COTTON XAliKETS.
The local market opened and closed
... , i j
easy, won quotations uncnangeu sou
sale of 950 bales, including 100 bales the
j-.revioua nvening 825 bales to exporters
and 15 to spinners. Quotations at the
close were;.
) est raay
Ordinary-. to..
tlood Ordinary.
Low middling...
Middiicr ii
timid M iddl in f 9"
Mululing fair 10
If air .Sob.
COTTON STATE VkkT.
Manrais. lt,.txr tl. 1684.
good common, 3C3 4JC ; fair to fully fair, 4
(4ic; prime, 4jc; yellow clarified, 5(ai5c.
Molasses common, 20c ; refining, 20(240c
fair, 43c ; prime to choice, 50o0c
C'hieao Grata and Provtaloa atarkela.
rariCIALTO TBB APPEAL.l
Chicago,-October 11. Sharp advances
were scored for spot corn to-day, and light
rises for November, otherwise the grain
market was without event of interest.
The provision market was also quiet and
generally unchanged, excepting declines
in meat for J ear and lard all around.
The opening and closing prices of the
day were as follows :
Corn spot, ooc, ooac ; novemoer, twjc,
53 Jc; December, nothing doing.
Wheat spot, c,t)3c; JNoveinber, c,
78c; December, 80c, 79jc
Oats November, 28c, 271c; December,
28Jc bid, 28Jc selling.
Pork spot, $10 50, 510 53; rnovember
and December, nothing doing; year,
$12 57J,$12 37J.
Jard spot, J7 5 j, ?7 oo; November,
' 35, $7 27 J ; December, nothing doing.
Clear rib sides snot. $9 85, SO 70 ; No
vember, $7 62J, $7 62i.
llogs !Ww,f 7o.
Trading on 'Change during the past
week has been active and excited, espe
cially in the corn market, which has con
tinued the center of attraction.
Wheat has fluctuated rapidly within a
narrow range, and about the only chance
to make money has been to effect quick
trades and take small profits, the course
of prices during the week having been
made op of a series of down turns, on ac
count of big receipts and lack of foreign
demand, and a succession of "boosts" on
the part of llutcbinson, Hancock, Baker,
and the other bulls, who have quickly
put the figures back as near the old place
as possible. Outside orders are conspicu
ous by their absence, and strong local
operators do not appear inclined to take
hold bravely on either side. The truth if.
the bears, while they fail to see any sub
stantial reasons for sustaining values, are
rendered shy about putting out large
lines by the current low figures and, cn
the other hand, many who think that
prices will ultimately rale higher, see
nothing ia the immediate present on
which to base purchases, and prefer wait
ing for a free shipping movement based on
an actual demand from consumers.
Yet a prominent dealer says to-nieht:
"I cannot help thinking the long futures a
good safe sale. There was not a single
day last year that No. 3 red winter wheat
did hot sell for as much or more than No.
spring, but so far this season the spring
grain has ruled about 10 cents above the
prices of No. 3 red. Exporters have taken
chiefly low grades of winter wheat, and
speculation has kept the spring stuff above
lie ici.kii u laiuot
Corn has been unsettled. The clear.
cold weather which the bears have been
waiting for so long seems to have come in
earnest. This has resulted in a general
raid on the market, which broke badly for
near options, but leading operators think
the short line has been heavily increased,
and although there has Beveral times been
a rumor that the clique were unloading
their cash corn tnere nas been notning to
confirm it. They are doubtless lying low
waiting for the "boys ' to sell all they
want to and taking pleasure in the
general bearish feeling,' as bull
talk and gossip is just so much
encouragement to farmers to scrape to
gether ail the stuff they possibly can and
ship it here the very t ing not at this
time desired by the manipulators. Un
questionably the clique are happy. Ever
since the September deal closed their
greatest obstacle to farther operations has
been tne timiaicy oi sellers. And it tnis
drawback is removed they can once more
rub their hands in glee. What they will
do with the cash corn already on their
hands is a mystery, but mariv suppose the
grain held in store here will be moved out
gradually until about the middle of the
month, wnen every available vessel in
port will be chartered and almost the en
tire ' quantity shipped to the seaboard.
There would then be no danger of the
shorts getting it back here in time to set
tle October deals.
On the other hand, owing to the prob
ability ibat tne near options will be
manipulated, many of the largest houses
decline to receive either buying or selling
orders for such delivery, as they wish to
save customers irom tne cuances ot vexa
tious complications and losses. This
course is directing the attention of traders
to the more distant futures, and as a re
sult thev are rapidly becoming popular.
and while October and November have
suffered a decline year, January and May
nave remainea nrm.
rrovisiens are strong. stocks are
worked down to a very low point, and
still lessening, while it is more than prob
able that hogs will qot be plentiful till the
last liau ot tne winter season. They have
to be fattened with new corn, the old be
ing out of the way, and the feed is scarcely
obtainable yet in those areas which send
the bulk of the hog receipts.
84. E.oal dralsi amd Provision Markets.
iBrSCIaL TO TBB APPXAL.1
St. Louis, October 11. There was very
little change in the situation of the grain
market to-day, the very light business do
ing hardly forming a basis on which to
record quotations. A slight advance in
November corn and weaker tone in the
fljur market being about all worth no
ticing. The details of to-day's prices at the close
we're as follows:
Corn ocened at 4pc bid, and closed at
60 Jc selling. Ncve-ube opened at 0;c
and closed at 41 ic.
Wheat opened at 78c bid, and closed at
"Sjc eelling. November opened at 801c bid
and closed at SOJc. Desember opened at
82 J c bid and closed at 82 Jc.
Oats opened at 26c bid, and closed at
29c selling for spots. November opened
at 27$c, and closed at 27 jc. December
opened at 27 jo, and closed at 27-Jc.
Pork closed on $10 50; lard at $7 50,
and clear rib sides $9 85.
Flour quiet ; $2 254 20 for double extra
to fanoy; cornmeal firm, at $2 65 ; potatoes
dull, 3340c, and onions, tjOc
$25; flooring, 3 and 4 in., $27 50; heart
step lumber, $3540; ceiling, $25; ceil
ing, $22 50; i ceiling, $20.
Red Gum 2ds, $17 50 ; common, $311.
Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run, culls
out, $10U.
Lath Poplar, $1 60 ; cypress. $2.
Shiholxs Ko. 1, sawed or shaved, $4 50 ;
sawed or shaved saps, $3.
WHISHT. ETC.
Winks Imported port, $1 608; sher
ry, $1 508 ; champagne American ex
tra, $78; Piper Heidaick, $25a27;
Mo cam's extra dry, $2931 ; Raederer, $29
31; Ve.Cliquot, $3133; claret, $3 75
13 per box; Catawba, $45 per case.
Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 50(3)6;
rye, $1 757.
Chicago, October 11. Whisky steady,
$1 13.
St. Louis, October 11. Whisky steady,
$1 12. .
CiNciNSAli.October 11. Whisky steady,
$1 11.
Bai.timobk, October 11 . Whisky steady,
$1 18(1 19.
Nw Obleaxs, Octo'er 11. Whisky
firm ; Western rectified. $1 051 25.
PETROLEIIS UAKKCr.
Goal-Oil Prime white, wao csale lots,
13c per gallon.
Baltimore, October 11. Petroleum
steady ; refined, 7iS;8e.
Cleveland, O., October 11. Petroleum
steady-and quiet; s.w. 110, 7,c.
PiTTsniiBo, October 11. Oil heavy;
opened at 73 Jc, advanced to 73ac, and
then broke at noon to "Uc on tie report
that the Christie well, in the Balldridge
district, was flowing steadily and showing
to be a large producer. The Phillips we 11
is yielding 91 barrels per hour.
LIVE-STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Corn-fed, choice to extra, none
received ; good, none received.
(jrass Cattle Choice, 4(44 c per lb:
good, 3J4c; fair to medium, 2i31c;
common, l2c.
oheep Choice sheared. 34(5j4j per lb:
medium, 33Jc per lb; common, $1
1 50 per head; choice lambs, 55c per
lb.
St. Loci. October 11. Hora rlnllr
Yorkers, $5 lOfo 25 ; packing, $5 10
5 35 ; butchers, f 5 405 60. Receipts,
1400 head ; shipments, 500 head. Cattle,
nothing doing for want of supply; prices
nominal. Receipts, 200 head.
Chicago, October 11. Hogs receipts.
14,000 head : fairly active and 5(SU0c lower :
light, $4 705 45; rough packing, $4 85
(45 30; heavy packms and sbiDDiner.
$5 35(S)5 75. Cattle receipts, 2800 head ;
weak ; exports, 56 o0(47 : (rood to choice.
$0(2)6 50 ; common to fair, $4(jt)5 70 ; Tex-
ans, $3 2o(-4. bheep receipts, loOO bead ;
steady ; common to good, $24 20.
Kansas City, October 11. The Lit Stock
Indicator reports cattle receipts 1200 head:
quiet but steady ; exports, $00 25; good
to cnoice, So 6(X'i o 85; common to me
dium, $ )(r"5 40 ; feeders, $3 764 40 ; cows,
$2 50fc3 40 ; grass Texas steersT$3 IWj3 40.
flos receipts 5000 head ; slow and
weaker; 10 15c lower; lots, 2:10 to 234
pounds, $4 905 25; mainly $5 (o5 10.
Sheep receipts, 94 head; quiet; rood
steady ; others weak ; common to medium,
V! 25(o2 oo; lair to good, $2 7j(g)3 2o.
booses axis MUI.ES.
Horses Good driving,$125200 ; heavy
draft, $150(00; saddle horses, $125250;
plugs, $407o.
ItW TSBK DRV UOODM MARKET,
New York, October 11. The character
of the general demand and movement is
but a repetition of the previous days, new
business being confined to necessities to
meet current requirements. In cot son
goods large engagements for export were
completed in Boston, nearly 20,000 pack
ages having been engaged for the China
trade.
Iifffili
-THE s
SESTT0H1C. p
This medicine, combining Iron with pore
Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
I'area Dvapepela I W '.ration, vVrakaeae.
I m p are Blood, iiaauia,ChUla and Fevers,
and Nenmtcisu '
It la an nnfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kidney a and 14lv. '
It Is invaluable tr Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all wbo lead sedentary Urea.
It does not injare tb! teeth, cause beadache.nr
produce constipation otarr iron medicine do.
It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulate,
the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re
lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, Ac, it has no equal.
A a- The genuine has above trade mark and
Crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
Uaaalfky BBOWB CUEBICAL OV, BALTIBOBX, BB
STEAMBOATS.
Special Notice to Shippers.
rTtHE steamer RENE MACREADY .
X' will leave for Marianne and alljaa-
way landings on St. Francis river. iL'Kc-Di.
October Htn ja.mks Let, jR.,Mip-t.
0 OAISO AND ST. I.OUIS.
St. Lonl and New ssrlenna Anchor Una
l'.S. Mali FOB. CAIRO AND ST. LOUls.
City of Vicksburg, mSLTf
Ilenry Keith. master. tWSieSv
Will leave from the Levee SUNDAY, October
12th. at 10 a.m.. reserving ti.e right to pass all
landings the captain may deem annate. For
freight or passage apply to
C. L. Haul. Pas.. Agt. AD STORM. Sop't.
ova
l17c;
rROVlHIOXS.
- Bctteb Creamery, 6iS3J ; dairy.
c; medium, lac; Duuerme,
country, 18a. -
Chbkse Fnme liats, ywios ; inn creata,
13c; Y. A., 1415c. ,
Muss Pork f 17 Zofi$l7 super oarrei;
sugar-cured hams, packed, 13J141c;
breakiast bacon,- i-jc; clear no oacon,
Ills.
: Bulk Pork Clear sides, 10 J c; clear
rib sides, lOjc; shoulders, 7Jc
Labo Tierces, Sic; half barrels, Sic;
kegs, 9ic; buckets, Via; half-buckets, 9,c;
20-lb tins, 8,3; 10-lb tins, 8,9$s; 5-lb
tins, 9is; 3-lb Una, 9jje; cnoice leaf,
tierces, vjc
Lodisvillr, October 11. Provisions
steady; mesa pnrk, $10 50. Bulk meats
clear rib, 95c; clear sides, lOjic. Bacon
shoulders, 7c ; clear rib, lOjc. Sugar-cured
hams, 13(i l4c. Lard choice leaf, 91c.
CtucrxNATi. October 11. fork dull,
$tt50. Lard quiet, 7ic Bulk meats dull;
shoulders, tic; short rib, l)j 3. Bacon dull;
shoulders, 7c ; short rib, lOjc; clear, 11 c
Butter dull; ex ra creamery, 30w33c;
fancy dairy, 20(jJ23c.
Niw Orleans, October 11. rork, $17.
Lard tierce, refined. 71c: keg, 81c Bulk
mets shoulders, packed, Sic; long clear
and clear rib, 10c. lason shoulders.
1 l"i
Cay Before
iom.
10-
KdlS.
Stork September 1. 164
neceiaeii w-Hiay...
fteoeived preciouslf
Shipped to-day ....w..... ...
Shipped previously.
Home euasuinptiou to date
Stock, running aceoaet...
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I'fAfiTED:
mil.
A General Asent forthU
State on oar f orthoosalna
4IBEAT WORK by
Qeokos C. Tiiiusis. entatied
STKEET ARABS.
This win be a rare and Bolone work, thrilling ia
t nlMM . ,MrVltn. ai,d nallietieia roaoeiltloB.
SWlrwa. MwwiiraS) lIKaelrosloais which
Awmah l laiM ;wm mm lairlll abet Mauart.
V nt (bail .4 kuki. Knthiag likalU I. the
Tiskt a, with aoue aaoital, this oeers the
f as nh, f.- barinoss. Adresa4 asetwax.
-kii4wAAA,k, (!,. stoaTOJI, HAS
auMitia.
That far this week
I a us far last week. .. ,.
biace September 1st..
Memphis and Charleston Rail road
i'lsslT"!'!'' and lenuessee lvailroad .-
Uuiavhi-' nd, "',v.iu,.,,.-1 8- K''1,0"!-
Mvmphlaaaa L,tue Look Railroad -
Chu.aWHke. 0;j ad Si. . Railroad
KansaaCity, Sprinjiiojii.aad M. Railroad
p teamen
Waaea. and other sourots.
Total
AMVorts.
Thus far this ; '......... .,
Thus far last WeeB
fiinoe September Ut.-
Memphis aad Charle'ton Railroad. .
L and N. ti. S. lUiIroad..
Chesapeake, Obio and s. W. Railroad .
Tub
long clear and clear rib, lO.c. Sugar-caret
hams steady, 14(n14c-
SJROCKRIES.
Sea ar Pure white, 7Jc; off white,
7c; vcllow clanneJ, 7c; onea ket
tie, 6r55ic; refined A, 7Jc; grtsqlated,
7ic: nowdered. 81c: cut loaf. 81c
MOLASSK8 lp.uuana, common to iatr,
25fi:iuc: crime to choice, 35:i45c; fancy.
otV;; svrup, Si'titOc; centrifugal, prime to
choice. S306 45c : comraOai lo lmr. z;xomoc
CovrKit Common, Hc: ordinary, loj
(ailOJc; prime Rio, 12('12.Jc; choice, 13
(H5j; old government, 20fe.2Sc.
Bagoimq and Tis B:ijgig, jute, 1(3
11 c; rlax, 10(iUO$e, aocording to weight.
liia, $1 301 S5.
Candles Full weight, lSJc
Soap 3 jt?ic per pound.
Tobacco Common, 11 -inch, 2S3'c ;
other grades in styles, S5(:ite. Snuff
Garrett's, $11 per case; Ruphe's, $10 25
per case ; railroad, $9 25(SU0. .
Salt Per car-load, tl 301 35 per bar
rel jl 5n in sacks ; pockets, bleached, 2j
7c ; coarie, 1 ; car-loads from levee or
depot, 610c cheat.
Canned Goons. Ktc. Pricca ardc?en:
Pineapples, $1 60?il 60; peachee, 2-lb, '
sUcdird, $1 430; secon.ls, $1 40; tomatoes,
2-lb, ataniaii, 5cA$ 1 ; 3-lb, $1 25ul 35;
atrawlierries, $1 i'n.l 50: raspberries,
$1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 11 25 ; ?reen
tip, $1250160; pears, No. 2, $150;
plums, 5150; asparagus, $4(J4 50 ; green
corn, $liifil40; crgen peas, 90c(il50;
cove oysters, fuil veigafc, l-'h, $1 15;
cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, f I Sw; cve
ovsura, light weight, 1-lb, tnc; core cys
tem, right weight, 2-lb, $120; condensed
milk Crown, $d40(iw5O; Eagle, $8 25;
Swiss, $0($6 25.
New Yore, October 11. Coffee spot
fair; Kio dull; options dull and easier;
sales, 7500 bags. Sugar dull ; cut-loaf and
crushed, Ojc; granulated, L,c
New Orleans. October 11. Coffee Rio
t-aigoa. jjHinary to prime, 73C" 1 1 c Forty
three barrels v rj- irray clarilii-'l sugar,
the first Af the lensuu, aiS-i 7rrivd this
morning from Iberville pariah, an aoij
Ur 5c. Thirty barrels of aew fair centri
fugal moiasaea were received thia morn-
43 1 ing, and sold lax 39c. Bugar common to
22.016
8Ws
, l.W
12
172
17:1
:ui
is
lis
2ii6
COTT09I4IEED.
Cotton-Sksd Oils In 'car-load lota,
nrimn rmils (1. 8. nil. 30'u32c: o8 cmdn
oil, 2528c ; prime summer yello , 41
12c; oS ?ummcr yellow, 30(&40c; Miner s
summer Wlow, Q(ic ; ptinie summer
white, 42J3c; prime winter yellow. io(3l
40c; prime winter white, 4510c; choice
cooking summer yellow, 43(45c ; choice
cooking winter yeuow, 4648c.
Less than car-load lots: Prime summer
yellow, 4345c; Miner's 43c; prime sum
mer white, 43 45c; prime winter yellow,
47(48c ; prime winter white, 46c ; choice
cooking summeryeuow, 4v; Ca.u.ce win
ter yetlow, 4Sc
Cottov Skkd Meal Prime, f.o.b., $22
per ion : aS, $19 per car-lc&d lots.
Oottqn-Sbo. Co(toti-geed, sacked,
$10 50 per ton, delivered. '
bsusiuolu acppuRs.
Vegetables Onions,yellow, new Louis
iana, $1 7o2 per barrel. Potatoes Irish,
now, fl 762; loose, 75c per bar
rel. Sweet potatoes, $1 252. Cabbage,
home-grown, $34 per crate; J79 per
J00 head. - Kraut, new, $06 50 per bar
rel ; $3 60(5,3 75 per traU barrel. Garlic,
$1 per 100. '
apples tjnoice ana meaium, oo
ror barrel, uriea aDDies. 4tuoc mi
pound troin store. Lnea peacnes, ojv2)ic
from store. Pickles, medium barrel, $7
7 50: half-barrel, $44 25; pint jars, $1 25
per dozen ; quart jars, $1 7ot per dozen.
.egos lac.
PocLTRV--Old hens, $2 753 ; large
young, $3; medium young, $1 502 60;
small young, $11 50.
kiwh Meats Keel txona iwansasuitv
steers, heavy, jc; light, c; cows ana
heifers. -tiM)ic; mutton, itc: mutton,
saddes, 9c ; lambs, 10c ; pork, 8c.
Fbcitb Oranges, 50 per barrel: Lou
isiana, $3, 50 per box. Lemons, $6 per
box. Catawba crapes. 12tC per pound;
Concord, 8c per pound ; Malaga, $3 per bar
rel. Bannai,$i2 50 perlmnch. Cocoa
nuts, $4(. 5 per 100. Peanuts Virginia,10c ;
Ti-nnaasee. 7c : roasted. 2ic higner ; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 18&20c. Texas pecans, 10
15c ; Arkansas, 4(oic. Kng!i-h walnuts, 1 Jc ;
Naples, 10c Filberts, 14tt. Brazil nntt,
14c Raisins London layers, $2 7(5;
Imperial. S3 7504, Brandy cherries, $3
3 25 per dozen.
CiiiER Missouri, $7 50 per barrel and
i4 23 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels,
$7 25: Kentucky half-barrels, $4 5a
Vinesar, 111 5c per gallon.
Fish Mackerel. 10-lb kit No. 1, $1 ; No,
2, 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c; half-barrel, $5.
White fish, AO. 1, per barrel, 5b; ball-barrel,
$6 ; half-barrel, family. $3 50.
HI Bat 4 4p PELTRY.
Wrtni fhn.w vaaliAil u 1 lh rn.
washed, 10fili23c; unwashed burry,' l6
10c: clear do. l'l22c Market weak
Hibks Drv Flint No. 1, 15 Jc; No. 2,
12c tirr pAlied, 10(')llc Green salted,
OJ-Sc fallow, -CdjrGic. JJecfiwax, 520
20c Market steady.
HOUSE-BriLDlKa MATERIAIJe.
FaAiiisa-LrJiBEB Yard prices Rough,
J15 ner 1000 feet ; dreased, $30 ; yellow pine
flooring, $25; shingles, $3(4 50; lathing
nortlar. SI 75 : cypress, f 2 per iuoo latns.
Extra Drices for extra lengths above 20
feet.
Lime and Cement Lime, 75c in bulk
delivered; 95c$l per barrel in store;
Louisville cement, $175 a barrel; Rote
dale cement. $2 50 a barrel; Ponltnd,
$4 505; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris,
f. 13. Hair, 6c per poand.
Nails a2 50 a ter.
Kl. Lonl. ati1 Xew Orleaiise Awrtaor Line
IT. a), nail FOR CAIRO AND t,f. LOUIS.
afla-mr a-f ITAtmin 1 aeBBBBSei
mwM.wj "a. -av v tdggtbm
McCord master. ""iSfeaPi5?!
Will leave from the Levee TCKOAX, October
14th. at 10 a.m., reserving the right to pass all
landings the captain may deem unsafe. For
freight cr passage apply to
C. L. Hill. Pass. Agt. AT) STORM. Snn't.
FOR VICKSBURG.
St-IjOnlasiBKi New Orleana Ancrios Line
V- Bt- -? Qjt VICiSt,4Ut(i.
Belle Mem phis mtfggLm.
McKee master,
Will leave Irom tbe Wharf boat SUNDAY. Oct.
12th. at 10 a.m.. reserving the right to pas. all
landing, the captain .may deem unsafe. For
freight or passage apply to
V. Ia. hall, rase. Ak l.
AD STORM, Sup't.
St. Louis and Mew Orleans Anchor Lima
u. a. ttau-foi Yicass v&i.
City of Providence, :i-5Err
(lnrn Carvell muter. 4s!!SiaBceaw
Will leae from wharf boat TUEGDA V, October
14th, at 10 -a. m.;; reserving; the rmtrt. to pass
all landings the cautain- may aeem ansaie. xur
freight or passage apply to .
O. L. tlAT.L. Pa.S. AgT. n It r-l'7n.ilLjgujii
atenaplals auit Blew Orleans racket sjc
FOB SEW OttLEASS.
STEAMER
Henry I'rank,
F. Hicks. . master I All (inssoin.. .c
Will leave WEDNESDAY, Oct. 15th, at 4 p.m
tor freight or r.asape arrlsi ir.
F , ; . H. ,W. l.lGlfT15L'RNE. Agent.
corner Mndison and Front st.
t.Lonln and NcwOrlcana Anchor Line
U.S. mall OK ISbW Oit.iib.AAB
City ot Uayou Sara
Mf . V 1 M. kl HT VT1 IXLTT.
Will laava fWtm th teburfboat TUKSOAl . Of
11th. at a n. m . . mn&rvin lbs rieht to ttasfl m.11
43t I
1.707
io.-s
ill
126
LCHBEK MARKET.
The following are the wholesale price
i lumber in this market:
TisaAES PoDlar. iViiS ; rvnrsss, SRGfr
cottonwocKl, $2 5(X3 ; gum, $3(?v; oak, $5
9; 8h, $(S; black walnut, 20(.450.
Pot lab 1 in., 1st and 2d clear, $21 ; 1
and 2 ip . 1st and 2d clear, $24; common
board, $13 bjiftalf : aiding strips, l,x6, face
measure, lit and 2d clear. i&; ceiling,
1x6 in., 1st a 2d, $21 ; dressed, 1, 1 J and
2 in., let and 2d, $27 50630; common
dressed. 1 lu.. $17 50.
CvrassB 1, li and 2 in., 1st and Sd
dear, $27 ; common, $15 ; fencing, lxd, 16
ft, tl.
Black Walnut 1st and 2d, 1, 1J and S
in.. $75; common, $50; culls, $2;(aK0.
Acn 1st and 2d clear, 1 to S in., $22 60 ;
common, $15(16.
Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $22 50&25;
commvtt, 1 ar.d 2 in., $15lo.
. Yellow Pine 1, 1) and 2 in., 1st and
id, $25; drebded, $30; flooring, t and 6 in -
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
A. C, V. AND ARK. RIV. PKT. CO.
U.
8. MAIL LINK For Arkansas
Citv and way landings.
Slnuirr KAl'at AD4MS.
W n. Cbeak master I W. C. Bienker clerk
leaves Memphis every MONDAY end 1HCKS-
rito
RIVER NEWS.
TEAKERS LEATIJra
THIS DAT.
Yickaburg Rnqa Mbbphis, McKee. 10 a.m.
St- Lonis Crrr Vicxsbcbs, Keith, 10 a.m.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
Friars Point... .Jims Lis. Monday, t a.m.
Arkansas CityKiTS Adabs, Monday, 6 p.m.
Osceola.. ...Dtai Aoahs, Monday, 5 p.m.
New Madrid0 atoso, Monday, 6p.m.
New Orleans C'tt Batoo Saba, S 5 p.m. -
icksburc .Will S. Hats. Tuesday, S p.m.
Vicksbnrg C't Pbo nDxscs.Tuesday.lO a.m.
St.FrancisRiver Ribb Macbbast, Tues'y, ( p.m.
St. Louis .Citt of IIxLxsa.Tussdsy, 10 a.m.
New Orleans Hisbt FRAXK,Wedneaday,4 p.m.
White River. Chics a8aw. Wednesday p.m.
HtrEIEITR AT THE UVBE.
Arrivals. Joe Peters. White river: Citr
. xr:i i i i , I
vi vicaauurg, vicasourg. .
Uevarturct. J oe Peters. White nver: (i.
II. V an Etten. Arkansas river.
Boat m fort.- City of V lcksburz and
Kene Macreaay.
Boats Vue Down. Dean Adams, Gavoso.
Belle Memphis and City of Aew Orleans.
Voati ihu I'd. James Lee. Kate Adams.
Will S. Hays and City of New Orleana.
Reoeipta Teaterslay.
City of Vicksbnrg 52 bales cotton and
- S w - '
227 sks seed.
Joe Peters brought out of White river
202 bales cotton, 480 sks seed and 54 pkga
sundries.
FUTURE HOVEKlSHTS.
The Chickasaw, Capt E C. Postal, is
tne Wednesday packet lor White river.
The Anchor Line steamer City of New
Orleans, Capt. A. J. Carter, is due down
for New Orleans to-day.
The Rene Macready, Capt. O. K. Joplin,
is tne pacxet Tuesday at o o'clock lor all
points on St, Francis river..
The Ilenry Frank, Capt J. F. Hicks, is
the Wednesday packet for New Orleans
and all way landings. Alf Grissom has
charge of her office.
The Belie Memphis, Capt I. H. McKee.
is the Anchor Line packet this morning at
10 o clock tor vicKsonrg and tne bends.
Henry Dietrick is her clerk.
The City of Vicksburg, Capt Henry
Keith, is the Anchor Line packet this
morning at 10 o'clock lor Oairo and bt
Louis. George Walton is her clerk.
The Dean Adams. Capt. Henry Cooper.
is thn packet-Monday evening at 5 o'clock
for Ofceola and tne upper bends. Wm.
Smither and Cbas. Bourne are her clerks.
The Gayoso, Capt W. P. Hall, ia the
Sacket Monday evening at 5 o'clock for
ales Point Tiptonville, New Madrid and
all way landings. Col. J. D. Fuller has
charge of her oflice. - - . i; -
The Will S. Havs. OaDt Ed Nowland.
will arrive to-morrow morning, and leaves
again Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock for
Greenville, V lcksbura and all wav land
ings. James N. Thompson ia in -her office.
The James Lee, Capt Thomas Claa-eett.
is the packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock
lor Helena, friars Point and all way land
ings. Piatt Rhodes is her clerk, assisted
by Will Ashford, Will Darragh and George
iunniugaam.
The Kate Adams, Capt Mark R. Cheek.
is the United States mail packet Monday
evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and
all way landinns. W. O. Bienker has
charge of her oflice, assisted by A. Bank-
smith, Lw Price and Kulus Foster. Tbe
Adams will connect at Terrene, month of
White river, with the- R. 1 Cobb lor all!
points on Arkansas river.
OESEBAL HEWS.
Bi BixKss is improving, and the marines
leel better. ,
Receipts by river yesterday, 244 bales of
cotton and iU sacks ot cotton-seed.
The weather is delightfully clear and
pleasant splendid for cotton harvesting.
The G. II. VanEtten left for Little Rock
last night in command of Capt Reese
Pntcbard. She will run in future belo
Little Rock and Pine Bluff. .
The bend planters are making the beat
use of the prevailing fair weather, the re-
suit oi wmcn win be a pretty lair clean
up of all the cotton as fast as it opens.
Paucah Atws, Thursday : "Matters will
begin to be lively along the Ohio, no
doubt, in a couple of weeks. The outlook
is good for a rise all along the une before
many days.
The City of Vicksbunr arrived from
Yickeburg at dark last evening, discharg
ing 52 bales of cotton and 227 sacks of cot
ton-seed. She added 100 bales of cotton.
and will leave for St Louis this morning.
The Rene Macready leaves on her first
tnp up St Francis river Tuesday evening,
Capt. O. K. Joplin commanding. Capt
JopUn has had her completely rejuvenated
and made ready to do business in short
order.
Capt. Milt Harbv brought the Joe Pe
ters out of White river late Friday night
wnn JU2 bales ot cotton lor JMemDnis. be
sides 70 bales reshipped at Terrene. She
had also 480 sacks ot seed and 54 packages
oi.uu,.o. myjwtaa liuuuiaillj IS
already established, judging from the
hearty reception given her over there.
She returned last evening with a good trip
oi mercnanaise ana sundries.
Cam. R. W. Lightbcexe. Memphis su
perintendent ot tne .Memphis and ISew
Orleans packet line, gives notice else
where that the leviathan of the line, the
immense Henry Frank, Capt J. Frank
Hicks, will leave Memphis next Wednes
day evening, October 15th, for New Or
leans, the nrst tnp of the season, and the
a iteal speaks lor ner more than ordinary
consideration inasmuch as the Frank is a
Memphis institution, named after one of
this city s sohdest merchants and most en
terprising citizens, and owned and com
manded by a steamboat man whose entire
life has been spent in the Memphis ma
rine service, and when this is said it is all
that can be said about Memphis interest
in steamboats running beyond the limits
of her commercial radius a sad com
mentary on Memphis's boasted enterprise.
Then it is in order to make the moat of
the little we have to boast of. and send
tte Frank away next Wednesday with the
moBt encouraging evidences of apprecia
tion ot tbe Memphis and Mew Orleans
packet line In helping boats in the trade
in every particular and detail adequate to
the demands of the trade. See Capt
ugiitDurne, wno will take delight in tell
ing all about it
WEATHER AND HfVTRJ.
QtriCE Bilini. SaaVloa, Ti. 8. A.,
Mmrats. Isms., Ootober 11. 1SS4. 1
The followine observations are taken at
the same moment of time (1 :0S p.m.) at all the
.union namea:
STAN DIF0RD HOTEL,
Cor. Tenth and Broadway,
LOUISYILIsE, KY.
THE HANAOK-
mHTS HOTEL. TJNDRR
X MENT ef Mr. J. S. Willard, has been
reeeatly enlarged aad is new throughout,
and the most elegantly furnished hotel la
Loaisvule. Street ears pass the door, con
necting with all the depots and steamboat
landings, the Southern Exposition, and all
plaoes of business and interest. The table ia
not surpassed by any hotel ia the eity.
TRRWS) RE A SOW ABLE.
111 P immsiJ
nmmm$
m&pm
IMPART A DELIGHTFUL aad REFRESHING FRAGRANCE to the BREATH WITH
wnoT.TaAT.ri
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
u And Commission Eorchants,
SOP and 2GS Front St roe t. - Mempliln, Tenn.
A. VACOARO & CO.
If
UD
WHOLESALE UQUOR DEALERS
28 Arn) ?f)rROr7TSTRT!ET WEWPn'S.
(TRADE MASK REGISTERED. ,
CIIEWINCw GDH.
Fer saJe OTerywaier. afrlea lis te eleaalera will fee aageplleel kjr WhalesaJa Irms;
tieajeaueaers ei atempais, er ay
jr. a baiiaBT & co,
alata, Wrextera mm
COtiEyiAlV. HTcmp1it4s Tenn.
Islilburn Gin and Machine Gomp'y
MANUFACTURERS OF
Eclipse and Anti-Friction Cotton Gins,
, Oaa and Steam Fitters' Goods,
GAS-FIXTURES, 31XBES, ETC- .
Vo. 33(1 Ssaoonil Straat Garva TT-nlo-n. 'M'amtolila. Tsawtwa
Plumbers
FEEDERS, C05DE5SEKS and PRESSES, STATIONARY ENGINES, ,1
BoQers, Skafting, P alleys. Etc. lUllroad, Steambaevt aad AreUtectaral TYork,
i. T. VA&aASOH, im A. HTJMT. ; -O. O. HUB.
a. a. PAaua. a. l. wooinm n
I
J. T. FARGASON CO,
Uholesalo Grocers and Cotton Factors,
369 Front Street, Memphis, Teiixu
Oottea eoBslgned te as will hareoar earefsj attaatiaa. We carry at all time a well-aaleeted tteeki '
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars,
Aaiel will sell as Iw as taie t.wsal. ' ' ' '
Peoples lasurance Go.
. OElco 16 Ma4Lson Street, MempMs, Tenn.
cash: cjlmtaiu - -
.Insures ail Classes ef Herckandlse, Storehouses, Churches and DwelliDi-8.-tSt
W. M. FARRIXGTOW,
lreslleeit.
Ba T. IEMMOIT,
W. Is. PARItER,
SJrratarr.'
J. Ii. GODWIBi.
laaUaMUIsUaiS.
J. R. G0DWIW-& CO.
And Commission Merchants,
Front St.. Cor., Union. Memnlila. avaaaai.
SS4S
B. WITZaMATOT & CO
...... -
WhoIsjMle Seavlen and Publisher,
Sole Agents for the following First-CI as Instruments;
OTlfwr A S.SiAaos babtulbt. ri-exjeai warrer, peuibkt a
9AMJmm se co.. Axis awM m AMr.KicAif-
art hsw 7-ovxAvaj riANU run ai .
'Write lor CaUlosnea. t. 23A REtd 223 NK4!IMI ST.. MEHTPIIIS.
MeaaKkta Oil Cev. . Deseto Oil Ce. - lsus.la Oil Ce. Tallew Oil Milli
City OU Vt.rSs. HaaaaerOil vTwrha. Doaie Oil Mill. ayeee Oil Je.
s-xaiai.en aax. saxes vm. -. aaiwwe sjll jaiu.
Meips Cottoii-SeBil CleariM House
IVOTICR TO COTTOM-SEED BallPrRBS CRTTL FURTHER H0TICE. THE PRICE
-LW fnT vJ Waw 8a.il will km-
For Railroad Seed, delivereet aiO O. ner ton
r or rt ver eeea. on uu
a-vr xv ver ocm.v,
B. F . HAI.LKR, Oe
neral M
I For W.goa Feed, delivered.
x ,... sjoj per ton
.91 fi per ton.
agjrrJhareiton-PeeClear
WELtlmiT & ROPER,
TrVTIOIaESAIaE
Grocers and Cotton Factors,
No. 392 Main Street, Gayoso Block.
H. Wavlai.
Clarai.
ai. J. Clasr
lid. ZSm-mL.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton factors
And Commission Merchants, ' ,
232 and 2$i Front SU Uempbis. Tenn
tb.I.S,
arwaaur adaju af
KATNXT devote, hi. whole tim. to the
eharra. Cotton Warehnnse
Z,Jm
, TJ Ti qegnoeaj ejas
Mm
of all Oottoa lBtraatad te en
Cairo
Chattanooga
Cincinnati -
ua,aitrt-
Dubuuue.-..
Fort Smith
Keokuk
La Crosse. u
Leavenw'thJ
Lltt'.i) 4ocy
LouUville
aiiupllis
Nashville-...
tN.wO'leans
Lmaha....
Pittsborg...
ShreveporL
St. Loni.
St. Paul
Vicksbnrg.-.
Janlttwi
Above
low water.
Feet
13
"if
7
1
1
19
2
17
9
Inch
Change..
Rise.
Feet
Inch
Fall.
Feet
Inch
a
KAY, t 6 p.m., connecting at Terrene
yacK.i Tor au points oa Ars..E.j rivar.
For Vicksbary and way latt Jng,
Hteaaaer Wli.La. HAYS,
Kd. Nowland.:. ...master I W. Thompson. .....elork.
leaves every TUKaDAY at 5 p.m., connecting
with nankAta ana railroads lor xaxoo river ana
Kew Orleans. Freight received and bills lading
sirnad on Comiany's W''fbH, f--ot linicn su
JOHS CAKll, rasjenci
.TilHV N. H ART5TN. i?
ALV"6ii54, A,nts,
r atliiita
F. and P. Am..
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
Bfeiaoipbla. t'atara folur arid Mosipbls
asaci teMaeoia srmrciva lauiaauj.
For H.lena. Ulendaie. Friars Point and ail Way
Landing. o) team or
JAMES UiK,
K. T. Clagett aitvctes I PlMt RBodiiJ.....!!tsTk
WUlleave a. above on every MoKUA 1 ,W IKS
UAYand FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m.
For Randolph, Fulton, O.cenla and Wav Landings
Steamer DEAN ADAMS,
J. H. Cooper, master J . W. Mnithers. clerk
Leaves r shove every MONDAY, VV EDJ ES
DAY andlTKiMAa &t 5;,n. TV. boaU of this
line reaerve the right tefass aJrleamg. LLe cap
tain may deem nnsafe. Office, No. 4 Madison su
JAM KS t.F.K. Ja.. Snpenntno-eit.
FOR WHITE. RIVER.
WHITE RIVER MA I EIXE.
THE steamer HILT HARRY withdraws irom
tbe White river trade after this date to
make i.aoeai:arv reoaLss. The
!4tr. Joe l'etersri
Will enter the Mesnpkla and While Klirr
Trade sietober Ails, and will leave EVKRY
SATURDAY thereafter.
MILT R, HARRY, Master.
For farther information apply to
11. C. LOWE, Agent, on wharfboat. .
Memphis & White River Pkt Co.
TJ. 8. MAIL, LLF.
stb. cnicKrsAw,;
K. C. Postal aaM I C. II. Pon&l-.-elerk
Helow water mark.
1 Below high-watar-mark 1S74.
"Wheeling, October 11. Night River 4
feet 5 inches, aad falling. W eather clear
aud warm.
Evaksyille, Octoher 11. Noon River
falling, with 2 feet 4-10 inches on the
gauge. Weather clear ; t;erq;cmi0ter 6
Ko anivala or departures.
New1 Okleans, October 11. Arrived:
C. P. Chouteau, City of St. Louis and Port
lads and barges, su Louis. Departea:
Port Lads and barges, &U Louis.
Pittsbubo, October 11. Noon River 19
mchf s, and stationary. v eather clear and
warm. Night River 1 ir.ches, ted aia-
uocary. vr eather clear and warm. '
Cincinnati, October 11. Noon River 3
feet 9 inches on the gauge, and sta
tionary. Weather clear ; thermometer 73.
No arrivals or departures. Night River
S feet i: incheu on iUe fjue, ao4 star
tioDaxy'. Weather clear and warm ; ther.
mouieter G0. No avavala or departures.
Cairo, October 11. Noon Weather. I
"loud y and cool. No arrivals. Departed:
Ii. S. Hays and barges, 11 p.m. Night
River 17 feet. 2 inches, and falling. Weath'
er clear and cool ; thermometer 58. Ar
rived : Annie I- below. 5 p.m. Departed :
E)lle Moraphis, Vicksburg, 1 p.m. ; . Annie
I, ueiow, o p.m.
Locisvuxs, October 11. Noon River
stationary, with 2 feet 8 inches in the canal
and ti inches on the falls. Weather clear
and mild. Business duLL No arrivals or
departures. Night River stationary, with
i ieet a inches in the cap a! and 6 inches on
the falls. Business dull'. ' Weather clear
and pleasant, No arrivals or departures.
I See Additional River on Fourt Pooe.1
ataveaseaiaa er Seeaa Nxeasaers-
Qceesstown, October 11. Arrived:
Adriatic, New York.
New Obi.eans, October 11. Cleared:
Oalleca, Liverpool : Arrow, Bremen. Ar
rived : Citv of Dallas. Belise ; Borinirnen.
Liverroil; El Paso and City of New Or
leans, New i ork.
Frightful Catarrh.
PIECES OP KOTO.
For focr yeas. I h.v. been aRieted with
a very troublesome catarrh of the bead. Se
terrible has its nature beea that wh.a I
blew my no, small pleeas ef bone woald "
frequentlyeome oat of my month and Boee. '
The discharge was copious, aad at times
zoeedingly offensive. My bleed bea
o Imonre that OT teufcraT aealtB was
jreafly Imnaired, with poor appetite aad
worse digestion.
Kumeroos medicines were ased witboat
relief, until I began the nee of B. B. B.,
and three battles acted almost Uka made.
Sinee their ase not a symptom has ra
turned, aad I feel la every way eaite re
stored to health. I am an eld eitisen of
Atlanta, and refer to almost any one living
oa Butler street, and more par Hauler y Xi
Dr. L. M. reliant. waeThews ef asy ease.
MRS. ELIZABETH KSOTT.
A LITTLE GOLD.
Mr. Z. A. Clark, of 4? 0,,
speaking eu la sold, d'ealrea te say te
the readers of this paper, that the whole
of the above amoant was .pent la a frait
leas effort la finding relief from a terrible
Blood Poison affecting his body, limbs aad
nose, presenting ngly running nicer!. Ha
is now soand and well, having been eared
by the most speedy and wonderful remedv
ever before known, and cut i,-ie,-esy
baxlj vaa stay see4 a'Bhwd Paiiier will
lesra from him that three bottles af B. B.
Bt, restored his appetite, healed all Blears,
relieved the kidneys, aad added twenty
one pounds to his weight la thirty days.
TWO DRUGGISTS.
We have beea baedl'n- T;. T. ) una a
saT eOBt4Si and" take' pleasure ia say lag
it is superceding all other Blood Remedies.
It sells well. (Ives oar easterners entire
satisfaction, aad we cheerfully recom
mend it la preference to any other Blood
Parjuer.
ASllER A MOORS, Druggists,
Atlan'-. Ca
A 22-page Bock c? woaetiair Bi & B.
OR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
PRIVATE
Medical Dispensary,
No. 17 JeSersoB 8tM
Isle
KSTAELLSSIJ) IB 1SC0.1
TVR. JOHKfiQN is acknowledred bv all vartla
I a ialsxeeeaa as by far the moat.aeees.fnl tihv-
.ioiaa ia the OjseAmsnt of privet or secret dis-
I4U10A, permanent eares guaranteea is
ever esse, male or lemala. Recent eases e
tvoaorrnaaand bypbuls oared in a lew days, with
out the ase ef mercury, change of diet or hln
dranoe from business. Beoondary Svohllis. the
last vestige eradicated without the use of mer-
eury. Involuntary loss of semen stopped in a
abort time, cutter. r. irom tmpoteney or loss ol
sexBai powers restored te free vigor in a few
weeks, victim, of seir-anse aba excessive
venery, suffering frcra spezatnorrhea aad lossol
phrs-al tueatal newer, speedily and perma-BatryoBid-
Particular attention paid to the
Diseases ot Women, and eares guaranteed. Pilot
aad old sores onred without the use ef caustic rr
the knife. All consultation, striotlv confidential.
Medicine, swat by ex press to all parts oi the
eosntrv. -
WOTKlBl
J. A. BAILET.
i. Mm WITT.
ANDREW STEWART, New Orleana. ANDREW D. G WYNNE, Memphis,
STEIW, ETOBt & GO.,
WkolesaleGrocers, Cotton Factors
NO. 836 AND S5S FRONT STREET, XUCIPniS, TEXXn
STEV7MT DROTHERS d COLIPAIIY
cxyrroN factors and commission sbchants,
WEW ORLEANS. 4ITlNIAlw A.
W.BGalbreathciCo.
Oottoa factors.
SLEDGE BROS., Csmo, Miss.
F. H. JKORFLEET, Resident Partner.
LEDGE a WORFLEET,
lUOUOB
356 Front St., : Memphis, Tenn.
W.T.BOWDRE.
H. P. BOWDBE.
lOwll -liW. s El
Jfoa 28Q Front stiHctg;'PnT,&MemphlSo Tenn.
hi & si.
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 314 Front Street, Corner of Monroe, : : Memphis, Tennessee.
I.laersil Aelvswree Blade mm TesialBrvsssiaeta.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO,
Cotton Factors and Yholesalo Grocers
SS90-29S Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
Cotton Factors. Commission Herchants.
TSo. 11 0 South STaln Sit.. St. Xsonf s.
Woodruff Lumber Company
JL. WOeDBCFT, rrewldema. - ST. T. HAbTHAH. aVsesel TraakB
Msmntatcturers vf auaol Dctblera Im
CYPRESS, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, OAK AMD ASH
x.TTTwa-Tain-ira.-
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, and Building Material Generally
SAW AND PI.ANINO MXXXS.
Xorth Front St., Wear das Works.
A. P. Taylor. Mnntkarer. t t t t Moaastaiam. Ti
M. Co FEAROB & Co.
Xo. S76 Front street, s
Memphis, Tenn.
eared at hulf tv. a aanal arleaa.
OAs. houn fr ?4we; sk.ra toYn.m.
lUnflMIA, m. D.
tesUmayasaited'toiny eddreas
1 - BLOOD BALM CO..
Atlanta, 6a.
H. K. PKATT.
J. at. MITK.
PRATT GIN GO.
100 Pontar SUjaJephX Xaaa..
laaaufaotiirars of ias
Pratt Revolving-Head Cot'n Gin
Feeders and Condense rsv
Price of Bevolvinc-Head Oins redneed
a?, so pwr saw
Prioe ot Eclipse Holler Gin 44 50 per saw
Feeders 40, 60 and 60-saw, &; Larger AI pst saw
Si per saw
SEE3D.
Orchard BraM, Timothy, HertU and Oo-TOwip-rCai-r;
Barley and
Summer, Fall and Winter Turnip
SEBBJ
Latest IauaroTwd Farming; Implements,
Kemp's Haaure Spreader, Acme,
Tboaias A Esjl,
HARROWS!
R.G.CRAI&&C0
SSI HAla street ,
sad 37 Union street,
MEMPHIS. t TENNESSEE.
Fnlmer.flioratoB & Eo.
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocera
-Vda. 8s F'ROWTr aTTRlSlirr. BTCafPHIS. f ATKaT.
TRADWLIa.
A. B.
A.B.T
& a TREADWELL.
REAOtlLLIilfi
Cotton Factors, Vliolosalo Grocers.
Jfo. 11 Union Stroet. its Jlemplila. Tennl
XAygave'Ci! JAdCo-vedt
BROWNE, T1IE PLUMBER,
254 SECOND STREET. LIELIPI3IS.
L00
Aa interesting treatise on B'ood and BkJn Tlacsaes
will be mailed free toaov one who will sendiueirad '
to ths6winsseclacCo..l)rawera Ailanta.bsa
Condeaayr, ail aiaes..
Oia renarimr done ta
eateed aiaa isaa.
order. All work gasr-
Clmreimeloa, Te valla lllwar, lae. Are, Aav
m gn.ta, JsirassiBiporS and Seiavyy. - -
LEAVES MEMPHIS EVERY WfcDSKSDAT
at & p.m. Through rates to all poinu.
Freight consigned to " Memphis and White
River Packet Co." will be forwarded promptly.
BSTttX
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
(CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.)
Tluwlnul aad aad mhIm.
fail. Indiapauablaaaaa
3U"- naming papw,
jairacalars ta fetters
UltS. CUT THIS OUT. aamlag par, aa
Ibckiae 4 eeau in alaupeler jairlK
TOU VT wni wi.ii.
cnictr.rr.V tHS.aMtt fa.,
t . saia at.nl.iaa aaaa pBHafa. 1
H.'C. LOWF. Air.nt.cn '
boat.
TOR KgW MADRID.
B,.r Bale. Poiait, TIptomTlllei, Cal.t
esUB( asiel Ke Madrid fteamrr
(JAYOSO, rgi
W P. Ball, master J. D. l uilar. ciora.
will l.avs for Hi EW HAPhMO and all way poinu
EVERY MONDAY at 6 p.m.
.are arr-ly on hfiara.
For ireight or pa
TO EHaiaontKCt (Bill riLTS
Oet Brainerd A Armstrong's factory ends, called
Waate Embroidery." sola at lass than half wire.
40 eenu will buy what would coat One Iollar in
akeina. All of good silk and beautiful eol.irs, in
piece, from one to three yard, lung. Send 40
cents in stamp, or postal not. to
TILS LKAINERU A ARMSTRONG CO.,
IC1 Market street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Talaable Trails, F.rsmiaa- aaiel tmilai
riaaia.tl.BS l.r auaia.
Xa. 1 " Ware! Plavre" Contain in. 40 acres.
adjoining Bartlett; very eompleU improremenU;
: in goiMioroer iasi.
H.. a t'aj-sm r 167 mrwtm Good tenant
I bosses, all in good condition, growins crop, tim-
I bar and good tsnes. one mile tromuartle
. L. and if. R.Tt. 3ui. 1 ' '
h. -vrr;ren'I Containing feTD acres;
! ine residence, erobard, vineyard, Mil. 1 gtrdea)
1 l iu r, iviuuuu. ui m . m, avia, 1 " wum nua !
I lsarilect, on L,aad N. R.R., and the aandiomest
i borne in the county for sale tdoiiO.
K.. 4 Miller li.saiewleael Oontainins
, 42a acres; fine re.id.noe and best eottage. for tea
anu and farm buiMinga, all ia good order, oreh-
! arl and garden ssi.
t Urn ft All Im rrlmeval Forest Contaia-
ina 2isl aj-aa. in fnil view of town of Bartlett,
lying oa the wast .id. of the L. and B. R.R., ax- 1
tending to Brownsville road, ranning due north
from Bartlett. having perpetual water. Thl.ea- j
1 oeedingly beautiful woodland park 1. is perfect
a lat- f preservation. For term, apply to
V W H. MILLER. Bartlett.
aad r. W. KuiclliR it CO., Memphis.
a S
asa- X
aN n
mm
Hmymi Lfasalal i.sss
Sltnilat V.srr itsatag t
Omtft m lUsjfc r reswd f
SS AetmTatS ati VtrVal S 9
Vnslttll-ftUTWS, 9
T bsm haaat mWmj alehet Klmt- ft
Or Giu rrai r-Ao-r
Seslsrsarlr Cs-k-
SAW.IaVavrosr!t
" ' Kmft
rrryaraUssw. 1 Alarm vw k
S-MW141I; IwrB4S Sk
W mmU LrstSst, '
rtf .- H.psi.
BuhSavr, CrSCkeTJ.ft
Rtlluud Cm TTMfe
ssat CVsTtk, OrnavC
as, Btaaoja. Tmr- F
BiHsjrs. -rewcirw.
lassaSl SaVSS, team! B
rwTTta.isaj Clawg
1sBnsn-T ' - " ' A"JT-t
lawn.. .
Annual Heeting of Stockholder!
Oryioa or Mbbpbib ana Cbsblbstob K.B. Co.,
11(1 H.rutrfwav. Vaw York. Oct. 1. 1SA4. I
THS annual meeting of the stockholder, ef the
Memphis aad Charleetoa Railroad Cempaay,
for the election ef Director, aad the traaeaetiea
ef aoeh ether bulneasas may properly come be
fore it. wUl be held in iiljMTSVlXLJt, AlA
TharBdar, Serembor It, 1884.
Traaafer books will remala eleeed from Oeesaas
Uth to SevembeT UKb, bolft Jaj-lailvs,
SAMUaLlnOalAA, PeatidABl.
T.. W. Bylaw. a. SaereLarv.
SBW-Tae uuu of the aavara .Utioas will fwr-
alah Stockholders with trta tiekeja to aad frees I ply to
s-u u,4Ufl, ires, orer. lLltiie
las ateeuof .
VANDERBILT'S MILLIONS!
Could not buy from ms what Swift. Specinehas
done for me. It cared me of c-erof ule in it. wor.t
term, alter I dad auSered with it fifteen long
year., and had tried all the remedies, only to
break Jewa my health and make me almost csla
lesa. ALRB. HL1ZABKHJ EAKEK.
Aowrih, Ua July 16, ISM.
ULCERS' 25 YEARS I
A member ef my church baa been entitely cured
an ulcerated .ore leg of twenty-five year,
ending, by asing two bottlei of 6wift's ctpeeifie.
he baa various kinds ef treatment, end bad al
most despaired of being well. Swift . bpaoins
cured ber, and sbe teela that sue ba- a naw lease
oe life. P. Ii. CnUMPLEK,
Pastor Math, Chnrob, hi. ecu. Go-, Jaly 14, 1H.
ECZEMA I
Mv danehter. aavea Tears old. has been afflicted
with Ecsema for two years, and after try in other
remedies in vain, 1 rave her Swift'. Specific (6.
B. 8.) eed one and a-nalf bottle, cured her tound
and well. It U tne beat wood remedy in too
jane. Bt. B- Jl.DM.b,
Cedartowa Mill, July 23, 1384.
oeantry.
AN OLD PHARMACIST,
I havs hsd to de with B.atd Diseases aad selling
Blooa S'mevtit. inr tw.niy-ave year., ana
ml . ,a Ti aav Ham a emecine ia Lna naii.
i.ii of enraa ef Blood Poiaon bv ita was k.e.
oeme under my observation, and some of them
wonderful. It i. aa excellent tonic, ard is used
largely by delicate ladies aid eaildrea. Being
entirely vegetable, it does not produce any bad
effects like potash mixtures, and b ybe moat aV
uiaaiori rani-oy uia. a avu.
Q. W. DlOSi, AtfiV, AU,, Sept. le. 18S4,
INOCULATED POISON!
Same eight yeves ago I hoeame the victim of a
fearful Blood Pulsoa, communicated by a nurse
to my Infant, aad theaee through toe breast, and
auBered for sis loaf years. Iho Mercury aad
Potash treat me at seemed to drive the poiaoa fur
ther into my ay.tem. only to break out in worse
form oa ether portion, ol my body. Thiee
month, ago I began taking Swift'. Specific, and
it he. cared me sound and well. It i. the greatest
Blessing wBiou aas com- te mankind lor rears.
MRS. T. W. LEE.
wreonTll..i
Farm Handa Furnished.
A T lew rate, ,f traasaortatiea, from Seorgia
---a- ana B-uutuareiina. tiea lurni.n imsj iami
lies. Apulication. from aay point ia Arkansas,
Xeaas aad California promptly attended ta. At-
K. A. n ililama, Pat.. Agent Aiemphis end
staokaVA. ootU4(tAUata,Ua.
ARCHITECT.
TEWWElSSirEw
stes, Boan & Co.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Fcctors,
TVf 11 " TTiIa.,i Bti-at. UTempbln. Tenn.
A. K, fi.iO.
ALaTe ma
lasi Boia.
SOUS
COTTON FACTORS.
2C4 Front Sts. cor. Courts Memphis, Tonn.
ESCH
Tobacco and Cigars.
WHOLESALE AND RCTAXI,
217 Main street Xd.rViT"'HetT Memphis. Tenn.
has. E. Harris Co0
' LA at 4a Eat THAS BTBB. WHOLtUU SKS BtKTAII. SIAIIBI II
WOOD AND WIIsIsOW IV Alt E, NOTIONO,
no. ana
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, Ele
TVotaWvlxx a9ta-eesS ." AtXxkaTlla,' 1es
Tne LIVERttORE FOUNDRY & rJACIIIi'lE Co
KKMPUIH, TEXn
ISO TO 174 ADAMS STKEET
MAKT1F ACTURSM OP A WD MALM JS '
r.a usl Eiau tTausUstans. F.lleye StlaaXums. Meieaa. S?" ' .
Pewere. Uja Hearing, Railroad aad steamboat Work, "
VMUpe, l.swirslura, IiaJeeL.rs, Mraaa, eiw.a. " tFlZ-lr?Z -
... jtseaasVowe. .T.t.rO'osselsMr. '-f Oraamea lei . a-4
BUeksaUU Work and aeaeral Repaira. issiaT lwoim-..

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