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TECE MEMPHIS DA.IX,Y A.PPJBLJL-THTJilSr) A: OCTOBER 30, 1884.
RAILWAY RECORD. AlBlTAL ASD DKPABt OBS Oi XBAUiS. I,..v1lle. Hew Orleans . Teaa iinl-PUHair trains leave M. and 1. J.pI.Ve! Ifollows Sios. 1 end 2 leave et p.m.; "iUlii2i'tS''l.lo and Msntnweatern f rainim'- lollowi: No. (m.ii astlrM" avt B a.m. ) ro. 0 tilewoeru wwihujw' No. 7 arrives at 2:Ua on daily Hwrl !onH,T at 4 p.m. No. 7 ar mi No. t (Sewbern eoaoaumodati "mZl ... .- UltM sfc-Trein. move daily No. 6 fohoV'j Fvll emves daily et 4:30 .m.i 1..".. t 11 4- P.m.! niail leevet a,"ll)' A -i45 V t Vwn.TillV 'oin'nodtioh lm dm y, " A?JV. (40 n m.I mai arrivol daily V- - Kn.d... at S a.iu. istenderd -septals and Cnnriewo.-Araina ran u ijIiowi: Tbrougn. express '"V,.,u",'0.Tc p.m. Mail and express leaves daily at 9 15 L Kotnervilio a-commodation leavos daily, 6?n.Uy. P-- Through, oxpree. ,Ttm daily t 11:4 a.m. Mmi and express rISdailat t:45p.ui. Br"""1!,""',' ol.-lmi arrives daily. eseert sunaay. at M l.tlpl add TenSM.ee-Tja,n. mov. M followi : Now Orleans ma:! lm daily ato: TM. , frlit accommodation leaves dal.y, ex LTt Sunday, at 4:30p.m.: freight trains leave aetfy7!xeept Sunday, at .45 n.m. New Orleans .V'lZiJ.I . o.an a.m. i fiardia eocom- SatiJa lrriToa daily.. .opt Sunday, at 9:00 am,; freight trains arrive daily, except Bunaay, tJi'ii.L-C-ll Mnrlncfjrld and Memphis. Passenger train leaves M. and T. depot at 9:40 a.m.! sxrivoaat 6:30 p.m. daily. Through tretghl leave. West Momphi. at 10:45 a.m. I arrives at I lib p.m. Local t'reisht discontinued. jTeigoi S)dticVal oUro, No. l Madioon street. EDICATIOyAI. ST.THOH4D HALL, Holly Springs, Miss. School ofhithrradefor boyi. Established IMS, A g rsduate of Dublin Unj- HCf. MOOT. 111 1 TBIUOUV I family. Addresithe Hector, nunwunnniur.!. n ii. c 4 Uik ":7. "iSti classicsT Home in President'. BETHEL COLLEGE, RFNMELIiTILLK. KT. IOCATION bealthful. Accessible from all J points. Well endowed, boron schools ol Iustruction. Expense moderate. Next t-. rm be gins September 4. VM. Bend for catalogue to MMES 11. TTQV.4. Ohnirwen Fi-nltT. la not always enjovcU by tlioso who aecm to powess " it. Too taint of corrupted otootl mar be avcrvtly unilemiiuiiiK .he constitution. In time, the iioinon willcer-taiu!yi-liuwits'tl''cts. inn! with all the more viruience the lon.Tr it turn lieeii allowed to pemieate the system. Kacli pliiiple, Hty, boil, akin Uixmler nul wnse of unnatural Uiwituiio, or languor, is one of Nature' warnings of the consequences of neglect, Ayer's Sarsap arila Is the only remedy that can be relied upon, in all caxc. to eruilieate the taiut of hered Itury Ui-e:iHc nnil the special corruptlorM of the blood. It ia the only alterative that is sufficiently powerful to thoroughly cleanse the system of .Scrofulous aud Mercurial impurities and the pollution oi Contngious Diseases. It also neu tralizes the poisons left by Diphtheria Bod Scarlet Fever, and enables rapid nvu ration front the enfeebletnent and debility caused by these discuses. Myriads of Cures Achieved by Avr.u'8 Satisapabilla, In the pat fort'v years, are attested, and thera Is no blood disease, at all possible of cure, that will not yield to It. Whatever the ailments of this class, aud wherever found, from the sentry of tho Arctic circle to the vehlf-sorr" of South Afrira, this rem edy has afforded health to tho sufferers by whom it was employed. Druj-'irisU cverrwherccun cite numerous cases, with in tlieir pcrse-nnl knowledge, of reruark nble cores wnnmlit by it, where all other treatment had been unavailing. People will do well to Trust Nothing Elsa than Atfr'h Sahhapakilla, Numetwm cruiie mixtures arc ottered to the publto as "blood purifiers." which only allure tbe patient with tho preunae of maay cheap doses, and with whh h it la folly to experiment while disease Is atmdlly he coming more deep-seated and duUsBlt of cur'. Pome of these mixture do much lsstlnc liann. Bear in mind that the only medicine thst can radically purlf tbe vitiated blood Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PREPAnED BY fc? Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co Lowell, Maes. Sold by all dm alx noil. ireists; price fi, les for so. If A PJTC m0"1 A.M"5 is Y J-a I m a bstbib on our nirinnqnini it: ,1 I1RE4T WORK by Uy flanana 0. NsaoHAM, entitled iictrrin r rT at a tip s S3 A Mi ju ja u a.a a u Thi! will be a rara and nniqne work, thrllllna la Interest, nrKlln and pmhetle in enoit!on. N..rlT Oa HutKlr! lllunlrnltnna whl -k - . ..--a . ti. mTt 4 lT Kl N A lMJhi A IN If TIVAla. Tin. far this wk The money market is unchanged and business at the banks steadily increasing- The cotton market was improved in tone yesterday, with increased demand principally for export. The market closed steady, with middling quoted at 9c, and sales of 4400 balea, of which 3600 were to exporters. Receipts were 3414 bales, of which 940 were by river and G50 by wajjon and otherwise. Shipments, 2606 bales. Stock, 40,800 bales. New York spots closed quiet, with middling quoted at 9jc; futures closed dull, with October quoted at 9.769.78 and other months declined 1 to 3 points. New Orleans spots closed quiet, with middling quoted at 9 7-lOcj futures quiet; October quoted nominal, and other months 3 to 4 points lower. Liverpool spots closed firm, good demand, quoted at 5 7-16$d ; futures closing barely steady, October quoted at 27-64d sellers. Total stock at Liver pool, October 23d, 470,000, against 470,- 000 bales same time last year. Receipts at all porU yesterday, 35,082 bales. There is a steady business m general trade, chiefly confined to staples. Corn is considerably lower, but other feedstuffd uncbaneed. Corn meal is also lower. Meats continue to declino, and lard is marked down ic lower. Others unchanged. Re ceipts and shipments yesterday were as follows: IMPORTS. One hundred and eighty-five brls apples, 350 rla bagging, HM ska bran, 15 brls beans and peas, o pkgs butter, 101 pkpj boots and shoes, 4371 bu corn, 4 cars cotton-seed, 41 sks cotton-seed, 6 pkgs cheese, 2 hd cattle, 25 pkgs dry goods, 27 pkgs eggs, lbtto brla Hour, 31 lid nogs, 4J bales nay, 1 horse, 735 pkgs lard, l car lumber. 48 pkga liuuors, 4H brls meal, 5 brls molasses. 2 cars oata, 200 brls onions, 350 brls pota toes, 4 cars duik poiK, M) brls sugar and ill pkgs tobacco. XXPOBTS. Eighty-seven brls apples. 710 rls ban- eine, 04 tea bacon and hams. 140 sks bran. 21 brls beans and peas, 01 pkgs butter, 250 pkgs boots and shoes, 00 bu corn, 122 brls cotton-seed oil, 1:1! I sks cotton-seed oil meal, 212 iks cheese, 160 sks coffee, 20 bd cattle, 110 pkgs diy goods, 16 pkgs ergs. 281 brls flour. 55 balea hay, 24 hd horses and mules, 1120 bdls iron ties, 127 pkgs lard, 85 cars lumber, 110 pkgs liquors, 278 brls meal, 41 brls molasses, 144 kgs nails, 225 bu oats, 51 brls onions, 102 brls pota toes, 6 cars balk pork, 38 brls packed pork, 14 brls sugar, 147 pkgs tobacco and 8 bu wneat. import!. Thus far lut ak Siaea September at... Momphil and Charleston Railroad. ..... Mississippi and lennessee Railroad ... Louisville and Nashville A 4. 8. Railroad. Memuhie&nrf l.ittl Knk KAilrnjid Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W. Railroad lsoniiville, fiew Orleans ana 1. Kailroad. Ki.nsas City, Sprint field and M. Railroad Btoamers...- ...-... ? lions and other sonroai. - . Total,.. . 3,414 I'm iw 4i 47 274 73 174 940 66 EaeporU. Thai far this week' Tana faj last week Sine September 1st. Memphis and Charleston Railroad. ............ Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad M L and N. ii. 8. Railroad- Chesapeake. Ohio and S. W. Railroad.... Bteameri norin. , 5,450 40.092 3T8 S44 42 554 Total 2,608 New York snots opened quiet and firm ; at 12, quiet and steady; at 2, quiet, closing quiet, with quotations unchanged, and sales of ' 587 bales. Closing quotations were: Vesterdar Dar Refnra Ordinary 7 V, Qood Ordi n ary , . IM Middlins i &2 Oood Middlins . 9 15-16 9 15-16 Middlis If air 10i 10V Fair ll llJ New York futures opened steady at ad vance; at 10:22, firm; at 11:34. barely steady ; at 12 :30, barely steady ; at 1 :3d, barely steady; at Z:.I0, steady, closing dull, witn sales oi e,oou Dales, uiosmir quota tions were : Jan nary. 9.83 9.893 fohruiij-y. 9.90 410.00 10.0210 03 April..- ...-.10.26 10.28 10.2910.30 May. ... ......10.40'olll.41 1U.4HH1IJ.44 June 10.54 10 55 10..V, iin.57 July. ........-10.i0 10.67 10.68 10.70 Anxnst fiepteinber-.M. October....... N ore m her. Deoember.. . 9.76ra B.78 9.7m 9.79 .. 9.77(9 9.78 -a- 9.76, 9.78 9.794 9.80 9.793 9 80 The New Orleans spot market yesterday opened quiet; at 1:30, steadier, closing quiet, with quotations unchanged. Sales, zoo bates, uiosing quotations were Yesterdav Dav Rafnre urainary i i -ii, . la-iu Good Ordinary 8 15-lii 8 15-10 Liow Miauiini vn Middling - 9 7-18 9 7-16 Good Middlin........ 9 11-16 9 11-16 New Orleans futures opened quiet and steady ; at 12, quiet, closing quiet at the following quotations, witn Bales ol 17,400 balea: Yesterday January 9.54 a) 9.55 101c; prime Rio, 12l2c; choice, 13 15c ; old government, 2028c. ScoAB r'ure white, 6jc; off white, 6Jc; rellow clarified, 5J6Jc; ooea ket tle, btfdSic; refined A, c: grauuiavou, 7Jc; powdered, 8,c; cutloaf,8ic MoLAssxa Louisiana, common to fair, 2530c; prime to choice, 3545c; fancy, 50c; syrup, 3040c; centrifugal, prime to choice, 3345c; common to fair, 2530c Bagging and Tibs rjaggmg, jute, vjtoj 11 Jc; flax, 1010Jc, according to weight. Ties, $1 301 35. (Xoap 3t(o)ic per pouna. Oanplks Full weight, 131c Tobacco Common, 11-inch. 2835c ; other grades in styles, 3590c. HanB Garrett's, $11 per case; Ruphe's, $10 25 per case ; railroad, $9 2510. Salt Per car-load, $1 301 35 per bar rel ; $1 50 in sacks ; pockets, bleached, 2 J 7c; coarse, $1 Zo; car-loads Irom levee or depot, 510c cheaner. Canned (jtoods, tTC. Prices per dozen: Pineapples. $1 50(1 60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, $1 50: seconds, $1 20; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard, 90cful ; 3-lb, 1 251 35; strawberries, $1 251 50; raspberries, $1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 101 25 ; green gages, $125(3150; pears, JNo. 2, $160; plums, $1 60 ; asparagus, $44 50 ; green corn, fl140; green peas, 90c$150; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 90; cove ovsters, iignt weignt, i-id, doc; cove oys ters, light weight, 2-lb, $120; condensed milk Grown, $6 4006 50; Eagle, $8 25; Swiss, $6(3625. Baltimobb, October 29. Coffee dull and easy ; Kio cargoes, ordinary to lair, e j(o) c. bugar quiet ; A, son, bjc. Nbw Yobk, October 29. Coffee spot fair; Bio dull; options quiet, opening strong and closing dull ; sales, 20,000 Dags. Sugar quiet; refined steady: confection- ' A. 6 1-16c: eranulated, 6 3-1661c Molasses quiet but steady. Nbw Orleans. October 29. Coffee Rio cargoes, ordinary to prime, 7 JfSillc. Sugar steady with a good demand ; common, 3jc ; fair, 4c; yellow clarified, iiimotc: frrana lated, H&dia. Molasses dull and nominal ; strictly prime, llJc; choice, 20c. February. March April May June. July AnKuet. ...... September .... October.. November. December. 9.7"3 9.71 ... 9 85 9.86 -lO.OOilO.OJ ,W.15S10.17 .1U.3IW10 :tl .10.4.V 10.46 .. .3,V 9.H7 9.413 9.42 Day Before 9.57(9 9.58 9.7:f 9.74 9.8J' 9.90 10.04 alO.Of) VKMi 0.21 10.34 ftl..16 10.4710,40 m- nominal. 9.:tx;4 9.30 9.44- DAILY BULLETINS. VINAKCE. Money 8 per cent on satisfactory col lateral to regular customers. The following table shows the clearances and balances.the rates of exchange and prices of local stocks and bonds at the close of yesterday's busi- CLEARI5QH0USB STATEMENT. Market! IUe', Prl' BtM)k- Salretton Firm. 2.978 V 70,256 New Orleans- Quiet. 8,oW) 9 7-16 162,tr74 Mobile .. Quiet. 010 9 5-16 8.'.2 Savannah ...... Quiet. 7,'.tt5 108.3S6 Charloston. Firm 6,lfi2 9'i 98,510 Wilmington... Firm. 7S! 'J'A 25.W0 Norfolk Firm. 4,4W 9 7-16 44,714 Iialtimore Quiet 0 24 948 New York Quiet. 170 9",J 72.161 Boston. Quiet. 68S 10 6,310 Philadelphia. Dull. 1:4 10H 3.547 St. Louis Steady. 1,941 9 5-16 16,590 A agusta ....... Firm. 1,848 9 1-16 . Various 2.525 - October 2th Tuui fur this week .... Same time lat week... Same week 1SS3 Same week ISiU Clearlnrs 2ll7,i"i53 47 7Uti.014 33 710.575 84 811,581 3:1 0)1,24 97 Balances t 57,695 75 121,819 62 86,945 51 144,685 36 1W.6.I3 tri sl-16o hiorher. Day's receipts, 1884 Daj'e receipts, 1883... Day's receipts. 1882... 35.0S2 ...34,398 -37,426 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. EXCHANGE New York N'ew Kngland aisht.u. .... .. New Orleans........ BANK STOCKS Btnk of Commerce....... .. first National Herman National........ Manhattan , State National ..... "nion and Planters ........ Meroan tile . ..... INSURANCE STOCKS. Home I,--, I, mi, in i HlufT City-.. Peoples... .. ... .., nan ten.. Phoenix ...... Meoipbis City.... Vanderoilt... W nsndo Arlington ' ..M disfl' prem , .-a disi! ..... 14oVSj .. 1183120 . ao-a- 1"0"4- 1K4 ,.140'OJ 1150120 58(9 61 . JK3105 78 (U 10531 J06a . 23 2T J 00(9 105 , 30 bid Thia Last Last Week. Week. Year. Receipts, 5 lays 180.84 191,156 158.314 Exports to (Jr't Britain 48,616 62.77:4 47,2 4 Kxports toContintnt " 28,884 45,478 47,737 Stock at all ports 630.026 614.387 746.741 7. This Last Year Year. Year. Before. Receipts sineeSept.lst 1,3:10,518 1,377,88.5 1,328.493 Foreign exports 6H8,4:!6 5S,221 681,442 Stock at U. S. ports 630,026 746,741 563,892 Decrease in receiats 47.:tii7l RAILWAY BONDS. Mempbii City 101 Memphis A Charloston 2d mort . 7s (1885)100 Memnhis A Charleston nonanla. Memphis A Little Rock, 1st mort. 8s . Mississippi A Tennessee eonsols A ,. MissiNslppi & Tennessee oonsoli B. . East lean.. Va. A U. coniol 5s... RAILWAY 6T0CKP. Memphis and Charleston . Miisiasippi and Tennesses. ..... LonisviUe and Nashville... ... Mobile and Ohio... ......... . .190 - 100 -.123 1-104 A103 A1U2 O104 125 m 60 ai.aa. latae t.TS ana Tnrlll sue si ran VVilt Ptell a I K a. noioins nanit. 10 am right man, wit M aa nnanina right man, with soma aanital, this ocors the b r lor nusiness. ,,. , ,,,--- S. B. Aararatsaanr.v, ).. HBes. a, . m OFa.lRBCE, 37 Cm Place, LOUISVILLE. KY.. nralariv MaraM aa Uiallr ,aa)iaa alairaMaa aa4 las aat MwaWMl, MOB pra,wa .11 .U taa BLAuati wiar sat nniaia a CHHON1 Sparxoatorrliaaa ana Impotanoy, aa Ika anU SMIaa la yaalk. aaaaal .naiaaM la nia Ua, raar,a aaiaaa. aal Pl"l i0",1,' i h-lat Nat.oa.an., Sas,aai Uinluloaa (lBl aa la TC. amin.), lHani J kvM. Pafarti", MfrTi atml IV-ar. P:apl.a oa Fan, AT.nl"a , SoriMy ol F.mam, (uaia S laau, toM ol Kaiaal Powa., Ma., MaSanaf aunu, latarop-r ar anhaa.. aia ta-aaal. ana aanaa. ; Ml, aaS. S-YPHlllS p-W.-U ... :C.lr ora..rtaS traaa alio ay.ua.. CxOXtOrfaaa, C1LEET, Sartrtata, On4tllU, llnaMt (a, ataplara), ale ?!. taW Ikal a fiUm wa. nay, wioclal MM Sa-vT "f-T-tW- etaai of Sla and Vrli-f UtnoautS nana J jfVijo.raa CM fllll. Payalaloa. koowl. (art ." ..m.i.1 al I. laraa. MUlacaBaaalaBI a.u U.. dty fnr a.alataaa, BiJHna aaa a. aaal ari.aMlf aa4 aftlalr By aaaU ar aafaaaa aairarhara. Cares Oaaraatawd ia all Caa aadertakea. . . C-a-alultoa., panaaallv OS T laiBSJVaa a Ijna Cbam iaoaoaaM7 aaS aonoaaoaaMo atrttUj ooaeaaaUaL a PRIVATE COUNSELOR E aaaaa. aoa to aar aSaWo, aooarolv oalaj. too MJ au7 BSoaM kaaH) all. AaBnaa a. alja. UOao JtaoalA.il. at If. al. Saaaars I a. S r. M. T"iit Sale. AS Trastee. by virtnC of deed of trust made to me by the Val-y Building and ltruk Company, on the 15th dsy of November, 18M, at the southwest corner of Main ana jjaoi.uii av..", i:.:a. r UUa..lrwr A..MnlT . a.lsllll.a 1 will ill "dM hiihast bidd.. for ,ash, wiCfcont th. Ian it r of redemption, the following psoperly, namely: Ail the improvements, buildings, struo . . ..i. ...i ...Ain.r. I ha latter eonsistnis of a twenty-horse power engine and boiler, two . i 1 i...t. ..i.i.a i.,wii uloLa . rol or CTu.heTS, shaOing, pulleys and balling, 0'" with all the otner iois, n'i, ,.,......-.. ' and appurtenances f said company d and " L. I, 1. ....in. on tha nmcalSS of maiina- and selling brick and conducting it busiooM. togesher with the intorsst at the com pany in the lot o the east fide of Second street, laiine-Distrirt, conuintng eisht and fourton ana hundredths acre!, with all taiproyements on tliesameor in any manner appertaining to satd . a 1 : ...Ilk. H-ia uniBllU 111(1 plana ana ua,ia,.i .u .--- ased by satd compy In e..nneo ion with its said business. The sale to be made to satisfy the cor- ..l i-k... . , In aha aal.l deed of trust. lain uviih ,,i ... . - - - ,- and utmn which the maker of the deed nss made default, so as to authorise sa'e ty nie as irusice tvetoher . lsH. r .i. - ARE YOU SUFFERING WITH i fsa READ THIS LET 1 5 "o Mcintosh'! BlnfT. Ala., Aug. Sd, 1834.' CaUlns Brothera Druf Co., I St. Louie, Wo. i Gentlemen: t desire to atate that I am selling your CpM.tr Aor a f ua, e ir- never without tt.nor will I he aa tnc nal'oaa M oMaiiiaa. i tme beenaoiUnc MaxTuilncsof ditforeut kinds fortwenty years, but nothing lever knew equals your Aoi'g Cuan. in fact H has almost put a stop to the sale of qulnlno and calomel at my store, for where it is used there Is no need for purgative med icine, f any hind. ,... I have bees setting what I hare told of It from Mosa I. C. Dulloee . Co., of Mobile, although IttskesbutlilUe to keep ma supplied, for the very reason that one AO cent bo'tla is plenty to cure a half dosua caaca of Malarial I sell a person a bottle, he gives atl hit neigh bora enough of 11 from his bottle to cure them all These are facta tn regard to Collins Aeva Craaandl will never be without It again ao long aa I work freed men. for before 1 Became acqiiainbui with this remedy I was continually sroiug around with a bottle of calomol lnooe hand and quinine In the other and now 1 ant eased that trouble. If this letter will be of any iMiu-nl to the affile, jon are at liberty so UbU0- V ", trtiLro!wAYLOR. JT Mtiich r'ntl t in t fieri Itlltrit AaaMweawCOLI.ISis- AOlIIC 01 RE, Ufrtftrti tftht COLUXS BKOTHBKS ORUG COM pAXY,locit4tidKt.4X lf JVort Sttoni Stru. St. Lfit. Prict so sw aWAatoouat Vntf md 6tmrnJ Sunt Ikrmtck MISCELLANEOUS. Taxing-District compromise bonds . 67 Mem. b tor age Com p. Co.... , 99 Memphis Oal Company stock... . 85 Memphis Has Company bonds -102 Mem. Wat. Co. bondi. aeorued int'st Ueaai kli Water Company ltook... 50 Memphii City bonds, old 35 Memphis Citv oomoromise bonds 70 Memphis Cjtv coupons from old. bonds 35 cou. irom comp. pouus. nu ej . SS w , $ 45 . 28 , j 10 ( 70- 11- m 90- bsKH 1UI 9 60 Meuiithis City cou. from Memphis City ledger balefires ....a.... 35 as Memphis City iudgin'tsonoou. abends 36v rs Meiniihis Uity paving indabtodness. Sfj' 9 Shelby eunnty (Mem. A Olio R. K.) 6slo0 4103- Shelbyoounty (M. k 0. R.R.r-lonc.102K'S104 hoiny county wan-ants. ......... wo m vs Misnssiptti Levee porip ... .. 10 Pioneer Cotton Mill!.. .... 85 A 90- Cot. Ex. buil. bonds, ao. int. added. Pax. 9 By TeJefrrapti. Nw Yobs, October 9. Money easy at irJ per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 5(7)6 per cent. Sterling exchange bank- era' bills, steady. 480 ; demand. 484t Bonds Governments stronger, uau- wavs irregular. State securities steady. Stocks Speculation at tne Mock ti- chantro was dull and almost featureless Selling of INew lork Central continued, and Louisville and Nashville was again weak First morteaire declined from 851- to 84 on rumors that the company re-fused to send a representative to the conference for the purpose of settling ths passenger rate war. Iyuiaville and Nashville fell off from 25 to 241. The remainder of the list was strops and recorded fractional ad vances, union 1 actnc rose to west ern Union to 60, Northwestern to bti, bt. Paul to 741 and Lake 6hote to 661-. During the afternoon changes were merely frac tional, but the market left off strong. Com- 1 pared with last mgnt closing prices are t to per cent, higher, except for Central I'scilic, Delaware and Hudson ana rew Yors Central, which are J to 1 per cent lower. Manitoba ro?e 11, to 79. Closing quotations were as follows: COVtEMalESTa. it. a. v. imvu 4i.l21;. 4S. 113T4. Pacific 6a of 1895, 12774. n P grata. 11(1. T. P. Land grants. ?3. Erie sooonds, 31. T. P., Kio U. diy., U. hio-h A Wilkea.. (). i. V. Brats, lit. Liverpool spots at noon were quoted firm, good demand, with sales of 12,000 bales, of which 8400 were American. Re ceipts, 19,100 Dales, ol wntcn 10,100 were American. At 12 : Ordinary. 4 11-1 6d : cood ordinary. 5d; low middling, bid; good middling, 6 9-16d ; uplands, 5 7-ltkl ; Orleans, ogd. Liverpool futures at noon were very firm; Octobar, 5 27-644; October-Novem ber, 5 27-64d ; November-December, 6 27 64d: December-January, 5 30-64d; Janu arr-February. 6 33-64d ; February-March 6 37-64d ; March-April,541-64d ; April-May, 5 44 (Hd. At 2: Steady: October. 5 2S-64d, sellers OctoberNovember. 6 28-64d. Bellers ; No vember-December, 5 28-64d, sellers; De cember-January. 6 31-6 Id. buyers; Janu ary-February, 6 35-64d, sellers ; February1- March, o 30-64d, sellers; Alarcn-April, 5 43-64d, sellers; April-May, 5 46-64d, buy ers; May-June, o &o-4d, buyers. At 5 : October, 5 27-64d, sellers ; October- tf O veillbw, 9 r-Ottt, - aetiore t Hcrambcr- December, 5 27 64d, sellers; December January, 6 30-64d, buyers; January-February, 5 34-64d, sellers; February-March, 5 38-64d, Bellers; March-April, 6 42-64d, sellers; April-May, 5 46 64d, sellers; May June, 5 50-61d, value. D utures closed barely steady. ! ner dozen :n tin rt ! 1 7n2i2 navalmzaHi. I""", aa wnv. rous smnjzic. PouLTBY-43ld hens. $2 75(3: large young, $3; medium young, $1 602 60; small young, $ll 50. Hums mbats lieef (ioort Kansas Uitv steers, heavy, 7Jc; light, 7c; cows and heifers, 67c; mutton, 7Jc; mutton. saddee, 9c ; lambs, 10c ; pork, 8c r BuiTis Uranges, to 50 per barrel ; Lou isiana, S3 ' per box. Lemons, (6 per box. Catawba grapes, 124c per pound; Concord, 8c per pound ; Malaga, $3 per bar rel. Bananas, $12 50 per bunch. Cocoa nuts, $45 per 100. Peanuts Virginia,! 0c; Tennessee, 7c ; roasted, 2c higher ; shelled, 10c Almonds, I8v$20c. Texas pecans, I0(g 15c ; Arkansas. 4(d6c. English walnuts. 12c ; Naples, 16c. Filberts, 14c Brazil nuts, 14c Kaimns London lavers, f2 75(t)3; Imperial, S3 76 4. Brandy cherries, S3 S 25 per dozen. Cidbb Missouri. $7 50 per barrel and 14 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, S7 25; Kentucky half-barrels, $4 60. Vinegar, ll15c per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, SI ; No. 2, 90c; 15-lb, No. 3, 80c; half -barrel, $56. Wnite Hah, No. 1, per barrel, So ; naif-bar rel, S6 ; half-barrel, family , S3 60. HIDEI ASD PELTBT. Wool Choice washed, 23c per lb ; un washed, 1023c; unwashed barry. 10 16c ; clear do, 1622c. Market weak Hides Dry lint No. L, loic; No. z, 124c. Dry salted, lOTllc Green salted, 6(A8c. Tallow, 66c Beeswax, 52 2tc Market steady. GENEUAL TBADE. Louisiana consols, ?j . .wissounos, ii-j. St. Joseph, 108. St. P. A e).C. fimts,115, Tenn. 63, old, 39. Ieaa.s, new, SH. avrocxs TJ. P. land grants, 106. u.r. una. tuna, iu. V irgiaia tat, 01 . Vs. con., ex-m. s.. 3. Va. eonsols did., 4. VAataJbte Froslt. Fareataa anat Vraslaa e-SsiaiSja,aaM lar aale, taawarel Flare Containing 40 acres, adioiniat Fartlctt; very eeairalete iuiproveaients Co. a- Saras aaf 16T arrrw Oood tenant hnnses.all ia good condition, growina crop, tim ber and good fen, one mile front Bartiett, en L. sad N. B.R -v3". . k aa- a:orrairoM-a Containing 570 acres (ne residence, orchard, ytr.yrd, No. 1 g.rdeni fnrmoir raiiad.ace of J. k. sols, t e miles trom ltartletUon L.aad N- R.R..and tl I 1. ii.- .. 1 . . - ..la Sr-ial Ne 4 "Miller lleoaie-laal " Containing aMi - iMiianMi and hast Aottases for ten ants and' laras beiMinga, all ia cood order, orch ard and garden-atiasi. .... a. . a. " all laa Prlaieval Foroal Contain ing 2iM aeres, in foil view of town of Bartiett. lying on the west tide ef tbe L. and N. R.R., ex tending tn Brownsville road, runnin; due north frees Bartiett, bavins perpetual water. Ihisex eeeeingly beaatiral woodland park is in periect atate 01 are-ervatinn. r terms apply 10 ' W. . MILLKK, sSarrUitt, , v. nndF.W. ROVslKR A CO., Memphis. ArHtW wt4 III IP Tn t 0y hr Or t'wni'l Wtsn atdattrnaMs. Kaewwi TruM. BUfjaaxiBS-il ills' ost" EliVMllVIVTJsjai ftn ikaas wrii LmUcwiT titilvircxti from 'til rtttwra. Priot BrU.iuNr, J4 U wor vitk wn in otinikiH nix UKri u. luraa tka fSBatar.Waiaall ItW J.SllTUlaa Ol ft V W V I TmU Setti kuTsflrexla rrt tU'n Nt-w MiaW.W. 4 fw-U- BfMefskeW' Owl n-w.4Xtit"lt.lti4rn.ii irnii-.i.tn. lALKtT(C ttwLT,C TRUSS COMPANY, 4-4VUnbira B7TV T -at,, fa V 7-s VARICOCELE fSK eincK jTaiaea street, lSe York. Adams Kxni-iMj. 130 Allegheny Central, Vi. Alton A ferre 11., 21. A. A T. U. Pfd, 75. American Express, 92. B. .C, K. A N..f0 Canada Paiuo, 44 Canada Suutbern. 2). Central Paoiao, 37'-. Chesapeake A Ohio. 54 C. A 0. 1st pfd, C. A O. 3d pfd, 7. Chicago A Alton, 1: C. A A. pfd, 14. ' 0..B.AQ.. 118. C.. St. L. A .N . O., 81. t:.. St. L. A P.. 7- c, et. Lap. rfd.uii C.Saa. AC.,23. - 0. AC..X4 Del. Uud.,K'4. . lAal. A Lack.. 2'T. K.nver A Kio is., 9. brie, 4 1:4 Kris rf. Yi- ;1 , Fast Tuieees, 4',. KaatTenn. I'm, axa.. ron n ojdo, i. Mnliils A Ohio. . Morris A Kssex, 122. Nash. AChaU, 34. N.J. Central, 40. N. A W. pfd, 20. Norlhnrn Pa.,ifte. 18. North's Pae., fd. 42H. Northwestern, . Northwesters ptd. 125 N. Y. Central. 8t'v Ohio Oatral. Ohio A Mississippi. 15. Ohio A Miss. sfd. 40. Ontario A Woatera. ll'-f Oretroa S svlgation , C-v'-i. OregDR Areas., vi: treson Imp., 15 Paotl eMail, ti;-j. PBMa.98. VPi. Pittabars. S9. Pallmaa Pal. Oar. 1U. Heading, Tl. Rock Island, tin. Rt. L. A 14. P.. 20U. bu.'-iA'. Hd, 38S. Ot. Ii.a J.r 1st ptd, H ht. Fael, 7i'. Hannibal A St. Joe.SSX. gt. Par. I pld, 103 St . P. .. A M.. 78. tit, Paa A 0M.;Ti' tic Paa A ft. r.M. 87. Teifci.rle. 9. C.K Kxpresi.5;. W., St. L. A P., 4 W.. St. ! A I i-rT. ifi Wells A Fargo"! Kx..lu5. WesUrn Ueios, W a Homes take, . t Iron Silver. . Ontario, Quicksilver, 3 Juicksilver pfd, 30. (Southern l'aelno. . tiltro, . il. A St. J. ptd. WS Harlem, 18A. Hoeafiia A Texas, ? . Illinois Central. l&H. ..B. A W..13!. Lnsas A Texas. 1574;. LakeKrieAWest.. 11. Lake bhore, t.Va Louiav. A Na..hv.,2IX L .N. A. A Chi., 111. tfar. ACia. 1st pfd. 10. Mar. A Cm. 2d pt t. .-. Mem. A Chaetosvcn.26. Mlehie-an Central, W. kalnn. fc St L.. 11. Mlnn.A St. L. pld. 24 H Missouri PaciOtf, VV'ai. Asked. 130 isiea Transactions to-atae 8S -egated 159,000 shares, as follows: 17.0iX Lake Shore, Northwestern, 59,0U0 M. V. Centra), 15,(0 St. Paul, li,(M Union Pacific. Niw Oki kans, October 29. Sight ex change on New York, $1 per $1000 pre mium. (Sterling exchange bankers' bills, nominal. IxiNnotJ, October 29. Consols, 100 9-1(1; United (States 4s, 125J : Eri, 13 ; Erie sec onds, 53; New York Central, SS; Illinois Central, 113; Pennsylvania Central, 52 ; Reading, 11 j; Canadian Pacific, 4,"l;St, Paul, 76 J. Paris, OctobeT 29. Rentes, 78f, 27 Jc. THE COTTON MAKKKTS. The local market opened and closed steady with quotations unchanged, and sales of 44t13 bales, including 900 bales the previous evening XoOio bales to ex porters and SOO to spinners. Qiotatiocn at tbe close were: vi.terday Day Before BBKADMTurra. Cork White, 65c; mixed, 62c from tore. From levee or depot: Round lota in bulk, shelled white, new, 60s; mixed new, 50c; new ear, 4447c Hay iSUictly choice, from store, 80c; (rime, 70c; prairie, 50c; round lots from evee or depot, choice, $13 60; prime, $10 11; prairie, $7 60. tuoOB f rom store extra, .i; aoaote extra, $3 25; triple extra, $3 tO; fam ily, $3 75; choice, Si 254 40; fancy, f4 604 75 ; extra fancy, $4 755 ; pat ents, $325(5 75; round lota from levee or track I0(o)aoc cneaper. Bban From store. 80(385c per cwt; ronnd lots from levee, $13 50"14 per ton. Oornkbal Standard, 10: pearl, JW 4 from store; 5c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oathkalt In ball barrels, S3 75(41 from store. Cbackbd Whiat In hall barrels, $4 60 4 75 from store. Oats White, 43c; mixed, 38c rrom store. Bound lots from levee wbite, sacked, bare : mixed, sacked, 30(531c. Host iky asd tiara irom store, $4 00 (3.3 76 Kic Louisiana, oi(2)6ic; uarouna, 4t 7C fii-ANS Navy, $2 50; medium, f-2 60; common, $1 60(S)2; Louisvillb, October 2!). Wheat long berry easier, 78c ; No. 2 red winter, 75c. Corn No. 2 white, 55c ; No. 2 mixed, 4Sc Oata No. 2 white, 30c; No. 2 mixed, 28c, St. Louis. October 29. Receipts Flour, 7000 brls; wheat, 47,000 bu; corn, 16,000 bu ; oats, 32,000 bu ; rye, 3000 bn ; barley, 32,000 bn. Shipments Flour, 12,000 brls ; wheat, 28,000 bu; corn, 11,000 bu; oats, 1 1,000 bu; rye, 1000 bu; barley, 2000 bu. Cincinnati, October 29. Flour dull and lower: family. $3 20fii3 50. Wheat steady with fair demand ; No. 2 red winter, 78 (79e. Corn stronger; No. 2, mixed, 44 4ic. Oata firmer. 27Jc Rve easier, 54W 55c. Barley in lair demand; extra No. 3 fall, 71c Kansas City. October 29. Wheat steady; 551 e bid, 55Jc asked ; November, 551c bid: December. 50c bid, at a asked, Corn steady; cash, (jSSic; November, 27c bid. 2o asked ; the year, 2a ic bid. 2f asked: May, 28 ic bid. 2ic asked. Oata Steady, iljc. - - CaiCAOo, October 29. Receipts Flour, 28,000 brls; wheat, 274,000 bu ; corn, 184, (XKi bu; oats, 171,000 bu; rye, 25,000 bu; barley, 46,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 17, 000 brls; wheat, 74,000 bu; corn, 1S9.000 bu;oatn, 116,000 bu; rye, 7000 bu; bar ley, 33,000 bu. New Oaf pans, October 20. Flour quiet but steady; hicber grades, $3 65(3j4 25. Corn, in sacks, in moderate demand ; new white, Mis; old white, nse;' new yellow, 60c Oata Western ia good demand, 3 (."ii3()c; Texas, dull; feed, S5c; red rust proof, 43c Cornmeal no supply. Hay Chleag-o Oralis and Provision Markets. ariCISL TO TBI APPKAI,.! Chicago, October 29. Corn opened higher this morning, and continued stiff in tone up to noon, after which values fell off, and at the close was but a fraction higher for 'spot, and buyers and sellers apart at ic below yesterday on November, December selling Jc lower. Wheat played pretty much the same role in the day's transactions, excepting that prices at the close were lower all round. The pro vision market developed but little change, excepting a break in ribs after noon. The opening and closing prices of the day were as follows: Corn spot, 421c, 411c; November, 422c 42 fc asked; December, nothing doing; year, 39ic, 394c W beat spot. 74ic 741c ; November, 76c. 74 Jc; December. 7b4c. 7tse. Oats November, 25 Jc bid, 25jc selling; December, zoic dii, -tc selling. rork spot, $10, sits : November and De cember, nothing doing; January, $11 30, $11 ao; year, nothing doing. Lard epot, $6 924, So 874; November, J 0 80. $6 774 : December. $ 85. SB 82. Ulear nr sides spot, m 6U, $9 35: No vember, $6 80, $6 80; December, nothing doing. Hoes 4 10(45. The speculative markets on 'Change are rather elumpv, and although prices of all articles dealt in on the Board are at so low a range as to prevent any sudden de cline of importance the tone of trade is very weak, and operators are about equally timid and nervous, either as holders or "short" sellers. Occasionally Gyp Adams, Hutchinson or some other prominent dealer takes hold, works the market for a scalp and retires, bnt speculators in een eral appear disgusted at the dullness and continued low figures prevailing, and de cline to do much until some new feature comes in to influence quotations. Outside orders have become a thing of the past, as the narrow range of values offers little chance for profit to anyone except the scalper and commission merchant. Wheat appears to have fallen into semi-chronic condition oi heaviness, ma king it about equally impossible to advance or depress prices to any great ex tent. The knowledge that bottom cannot be far off prevents free sales, while the facts concerning the general wheat supp'y of this and otner countries is an equally strong preventive against buying, un doubtedly the majority of traders would be glad to see a boom, but how to bring it about is the question, races are tne low est known for many years at this season and everybody seems to think that the market ought to go np, out it aon t go. All the present indications are in favor of a free and liberal movement of wheat from first hands from now on to the end of the year. "reopie can 1 go tnrouga tne noimays without money," said Herbert Wallace, this morning ; "neither can they do their usual winter trading, and about the only way farmers can raise money is to sell something from their granaries, and this they have determined to do, apparently, whether it is gold policy or not." Hence, alttiotiaiti spasms of nrmness crop ou j. here and there,' they fail to de velop into actual strengtu because ot heavy receipts here and continued depres sion at the seaboard. Stocks in store in this city, at well as those in New York, continue to increase, while the shipping inquiry here is merely nominal, and daily arrivals at Eastern points have been for some time largely in excess of the export demand, it is claimed by many that wnen the Presidential election shall have passed and interference with business operations from that cause shall have ceased, gsneral business will improve and a steady ad vance in prices may be expected. Others, however, maintain that before permanent improvement occurs the daily receipts at primary markets must materially decrease, as the visible supply is now too heavy to admit of any serious bull movement. Corn is unsettled. There appears to be but little fear of any further mischief from the clique, and the market is manipulated almcst wholly upon its supposed merits. i.eaaing traaers ao not ininic 11 nxeiy there will be any great further decline until receipts begin to multiply, al though in many foreign countries low- grade wheat is said to be taking tne place of corn for many purposes, thus diminish ing tbe export inquiry. Provisions are dull and lower. Advices from the country indicate that farmers are not believers in high prices for hogs the coming season, and are free sellers at cur rent prices, as fast as stock is fit to market. Indeed the quality of present receipts shows that many of them are not waiting to put their r ogs in good condition, wnicn seems Questionable policy, seeing the country is full of cheap feeding stuffs. IJ-14 v i t 4T-U. a.' V-TV a- 'tis Ordinary . - Oood Ordinary I.nw Middling... Middling Hood Middling, MidiaUng lut. If air ..Mob. . 9J . 7 16 , vVi .Num. No ft 9Vl 9 7-16 oin. COTTON STATEMENT. MgaraiA. October 9, 1S84. Stock September 1. 1884 . received to-day. tveosiTed previously.. Shipped to-day .. Shipped previously . fiuriit, etc , I, Some eonsamptioa to date.. Sloe k, ran sing aeeoaat 6.M6 3.414 . 72.149 2,606 , 7.4 47 164 81.109 prices LC1I BEat SABKET. The following are the wholesale of lumber in this market: Tikbkb Poplar. $5(a.9: cvnraa. iHUaifr : Cottonwood, $2 503; gum, $34; oak, $6 9 ; ash, $78 ; black walnut, $2050. fOPLAB 1 In., 1st and Zd clear, 21 ; lj and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $24 ; common board, $13 bO&li : siding strips, 11x6, face measure, 1st and 2d clear, $22; ceiling, 1x6 in., 1st and 24, $21 ; dressed, 1, 1J and 2 in.. 1st and 2d. $27 5(Ka,30: common dressed, 1 in., $17 60. Cypress 1, 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d elear, $27; common, $15; fencing, 1x6, 16 ft, Sid. Black Wai.nct 1st and 2d, 1,1, and S in.. $76; common, $50 ; culls, $2550. Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $22 60 ; common, $1516. Uak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, m w&Zo ; common, 1 and 2 in., $15(16. Yellow Pink 1. It and 2 in.. 1st aud 2d, $25 ; dressed, $30; flooring, 5 and 6 ln. $25; flooring, 3 and 4 in., $27 60; heart step lumber, $35040 ; ceiling, $25 ; ceil ing, $22 60; ceiling, $20. Kkd uum Zds, 17 00 ; common, K$u. Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run. culls out, $1011. Lath roplar, $ 1 00 ; cypresa. $2. Shingles Ko. 1. sawed or shaved. $4 60; sawed or shaved saps, $3. SOUSaS-BCIIiDIMS MATERIALS. Fkaminq-Lumbkb Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine flooring, $25 ; shingles, $3(a4 50 ; latning poplar, $1 75 ; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 teet. Limb and Cbxest Lime, 75c in bulk delivered; 95c$l per barrel in store; Louisville cement, $1 75 a barrel ; Kose- dale cement, $2 60 a liarrel; Portland, $4 505; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris, $2 60. Hair, 6c per pound. Nails $2 50 a keg. , WBUKI, ATC. Wines Imported port, $1 ISO; sher ry, $1 606 ; champagne American ex tra, $7(5S; Piper Heidsick, $25(3,27; Mumm's extra dry, $29(1)31 ; Kaederer, $29 3i; Ve.Cliqoot, $3133; claret, $3 75 13 per box; Uatawba, $4(r3 por caso. Whisky Straight Bourbon. SI 5CKS&; rye, $1 757. Chicago, October 29. Whisky steady, $1 13. St. Louis, October 29. Whisky steady, $1 12. CiNCiwiATi, October 29. Whisky steady, $1 11. - - Baltimobb, October 29. Whisky steady, $1 181 19. ' New Orleans, October 29. Whisky steady; Western rectified, $1 05 125. PETROLEUm JtAKKEr. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lota, 13c per gallon. Cleveland, O., October 29. Petroleum steady; a. w. 110, 7Jc Baltimobb, October 29. Petroleum dull ; refined, 77c PiTTsncBii, October 29. Oil irregular, with trading light and confined principally to pikers; opened at 69, declined to 67, then rallied to 71) at 1 o'clock. Butler dispatches report Armstrong wall doing 290 barrels per hour. In the past twenty four hoars it pat 8000 barrels in tank, the largest on record. Conner's well is doing 77 barrels per hour, and Christie 63 barrels. LIVAVSTOCK MARKET. Cattle Corn-fed, choice to extra, none received ; good, none received. urass Uattle unoice, 4(a4c per lb: gocd, 3J4c; fair to medium, 2i3Jc; common, 1 j2jc Sheep Choice sheared, 34(a4c per lb ; medium, 33Jc per lb; common, $1(5) 50 per head: cnoice lambs. xoc per lb. St. Louis, October 29. Hogs active; Yorkers, $4 40(j)4 60 ; packing, $4 504 75 ; butchers, $4 754 90. Receipts, 11,500 head: shipments, 2000 bead. Cattle strong for everything above poorest; good toexpoit steers, o .x-o 75; Texas steers, S3 60(4 25; choice Indian steers, $3 25 5 50. .Receipts, 2100 head. Chicago. October 29. Hogs receipts, 25,000 head; active and a shade higher; light," $4 104 6,1 ; rongb packing, $4 lota) oo ; heavy packing and snipping, 4 60(a) Cattle receipts, 8000 head; dull; exports $6 2d6 90; common to good snipping, $ zoftust io; stackers ana teea ers,$34 30. Sheep receipts, 3800 head; 25c lower for inferior to fair ; good, $24. ' Kansas City. October 29. The Live Stock Indicator reports cattle, receipts, 3000 head, dull; exports, $6 ICKSjH 35; good to choice shipping, $5 806 05 ; common to medium, $5 10(3)5 60; feeders, $3 754 25; cows, $2 60(aa 25 ; grass Texas steers, $3 10 3 60 ; Uolorado hall-breed steers, $3 40(os ito. Hogs receipts, 6500 bead ; steady; lota of 305 to 310 pounds, $4 15(S4 60 ; mainly $4 25faV4 35. Sheep receipts, 365 head; steady ; fair to good, $280(n3 2o ; common to medium, $2C2 50. SEW YORK OBT GOODS MARKET. New Yokk. October 29. There was a moderate order and selection request early in the day. but short lived, and in tbe afternoon a large number ot business places closed because ol tbe parade. In gxd demand; prime, $18; choice. $l!KVj.20. PKUVlalOKN. Bcvrw Creamery, 34c; dairy, 26c; medium, liViic; butterine, lbfnjlSs; country, tic. Chebsb Prime flats, wKc ; N. Y. fac tory, 9(?10e; full cream, 14c; Y. A., 14 15c Mess Pore SIR 50 per barrel; sugar cured hams, packed, 13c: breakfast ba bacon, 11 l(r)12c ; clear rib bacon, . Bulk Poke Clear sides, 9 Jc; clear rib sides, 9c; shoulders, tijc aaA biv-Tierces, 8Jc; half barrels, 8c; kegs,85c; buckets, 8 ; half-buckets, 9 Jc; 20-lb tins, S.a; 1Mb tins, Si(5)9Je; 5-lb tins, 9c; 3-lb tins, 8,s; choice kettle, 9Jc LorjisnLl.R, October 29. Provisions steady. Mess pork nominal, $17. Bulk meats shoulders, 6c; clear rib, 95c; clear sides, 10c Bacon eUoilders, 7c; clear rib, lOJe; clear sides,. 1 lie Sugar-cured hams, 1314c Lard prime leal, 9u. CjSfiNNATi, October 29. Pork quiet, $15. Lari Steady, 7c Balk meats dull ; shoulders, 5c ; sh6rt rib . 1 c Bacon quiet ; shoulders, tijc; short rib, 10 jc; short clear, l.Jc Butter firm; extra creamery, 30C) 33c ; ianey dairy, 2325c New Oblbans. October 29. Pork quiet but firm, $16. Lard steady ; tieroa reined, Tic: kec. 81c Bulk meats scarce and firm ; shoulders, packed, 6jc; long clear and clear rib, 9,c Bacon Quiet but steady ; shoulders, 7J-c; clear rib, l(Vc; no long clear on hand. Sugar-cured bams firm: i2iI3jc atKKRIES. CtorTM Comrrjon, 10c; Ordinary, 10 St. TLoals Oral a aad Pravlsioa Markets, IsrxciAL TO TBS APriaL. St. Louis, October 29. An effort to bull November corn was abont all of in terest on 'Change to day, spot corn open ing and closing about 14c off. Wheat was weak at the opening, but sold at light ad vances for spot at the close. November was unsettled. Oats are steady for spots, but unsettled for futures. The provision market is quiet and unchanged. The higher grades af fl jur closed lower to-day, Others unchanged. The details of to-day's prices at the close were as follows: Corn opened at 39c bid, and closed at 39c selling. Neve nber opened at 37 jf, and closed at 37 go asked. Year opened at 33ic and closed at 33ic. Wheat opened at 76c bid, and closed at 77 Ic selling. November opened at 77 Jc and closed at 77 Ic bid. December opened at 79 i c, and closed at 79 Jc. ' Oats opened at 20c bid, and closed at 26ic selling for spots. November opened al 2ti,c bid, and closed at 2C.C bid, De cember opened at 2tJc bid, and closed at 2t!tc bid. Pork eloped on $15; lard at $7, and clear rib sides $8. floor quiet ; $2 20g 3 90 for douhle extra to fancv; cornmeal steady at $2 35; po tatoes firm, 30(37,c and onions quiet. 1(4,1 10. CtfTIOM-SEED. rWros.Rasn Oils In car-load lota, prima nrnria G. 8. oil. 303 2c: off crude oil, 2528c; prime summer yollo-r, 41 42c; off summer yellow, 395i40c; Miner s summer yellow, 4042c ; prime summer white, 4243c; prime winter yellow, 45 46c ; prime winter white, 45 trie ; choice cooking summer yellow, 4346c ; choice cooking winter yellow, 4tt(3rl8c. Less than car-load lots : Prime summer yellow, 4345c; Miner's 43c; prime sum mer white, 43(s4."c ' prime winter yellow, 474Sc; prime winter white, 46c; choice cooaung summer yellow, 46c; choice win ter yellow, 48c. O.TTOIT-Sekd Meal Prime, Lo.b, $22 per ton ; off. Sl per car-load lots. Cottos - Seed. Cot ton-wed, sucked , $10 50 per ton, delivered. HOTlSEHOLIs supplies. Veoitasi.es Onions-yellow, new Louis iana, $1 65(1 tX per berreL Potatoes Irish, new, $1 75 ; loose, 75c per bar rel. Sweet potatoes, $1 i02. Cabbage, home-giowti, SC9 per 100 head. Kraut, new, $5(o 5 50 per barrel ; $33 25 per half barrel. Garlic, $1 per 100. AfPLES -Choice and medium, $2 50 3 rr harrel. Dried aple. 4j(S.6o wr pound from store. Dried peaches, 6o 7c from store. Pickles, medium barrel, $7 7 60; half-barrel, $44 25 ; pint jars, fl 25 RIVER NEWS. STEAHEM IiEAYUTw . THIS DAY. Arkansas City-KATx Adams. Cheek, 5 p.ai. Tiptonville Oatuso, Ball, 6 p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Friars Point... .J abbs Las, Friday, 5 P.m. Vickiburg- ...Citt or Canto, Friday, 10 a.m. New Orleans Joan B. Maude, Friday, 12 m. Oiceola. -Coahoma, Friday, S p.m. St. Louis ...Aekassas Citt, Friday, 10 a.m. White River ..Job Pbtrbs, Saturday, S p.m. Arkansas Rirer-lDA Dabkaoe. Saturday, 5 p.m. TEJaEHTS AITHE LEVEE. ArrixaJt. F. Barksdale. Louisville : Co ahoma, Osceola ; R. R. Springer, St. Louis; James Lee, Friars Point; Chickasaw, White river. Departure. F. Barksdale, Vicksbnrg; James Lee, Friars Point ; Chickasaw, White river ; R. R. Springer, New Orleans ; Coahoma, Osceola. Boat Due Down. Gay oso. Boat Due Up. Kate Adams, Arkansas ' uity and Baton Rouge. Keealxsta Y eaters! ay. Enquirer 13 bales cotton and 201 sks seed. Chickasaw (brought out of White river) 936 bales cotton, 1344 sks seed and lot sundries. Coahoma 205 bales cotton, 105 bza seed-cotton, 1725 sks seed, 28 sks ear corn, 2 hd Btock and 14 pkgs sundries. James Lee 290 balea cotton, 18 bgs seed-cotton, 1220 ska seed, 3 hd stock, 37 brls oil, 7 brls molasses and 35 pkgs sun dries. FUTURE MOVEMENTS. . The Ida Darragh, Capt. John A. Wil liams, ia the Saturday packet for all points on Arkansas river. The Gayoso, Capt W. P. Hall, is the packet this evening at 6 o'clock for Hales Point, Tiptonville and all . way landings. Col. J. D. Fuller is ber clerk, assisted by Jesse Walt , . The Lee Line packets to-morrow even ing are the James Lee for Friars Point and the Coahoma for Osceola. The Anchor Line packets to-morrow morning are the City of Cairo, for Vicks-burg,-and the Arkansas City, for St Louis. The John B. Maude, Capt. Gcorjro W. Vickers, will pass down to-morrow at 12 o'clock for New Orleans and all interme diate points. The Kate Adams, Capt Mark R. Cheek, is the United States mail packet this even ing at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. W. C. Blenker has charge of her office, assisted by A. Banksmith, Lew Price and Rufus Foster. The Joe Peters. Capt Milt R. Harry, is the packet Saturday evening at 5 o'clock ior an points on wnite river, going through to Jacksonport and making con nections with packets for upper White and Black rivers. A. J. McConnell and Hngh Smith are her clerks. . . eENEBAa. BtKWS. -Business good, notwithstanding unfav orable weatiier conditions. Capt. J. D. Randall has returned from his visit up the country. The Chickasaw returned to White river with a fair trip yesterday evening. Weather disagreeable, not as disagree able as it might be, but disagreeable enough. Capt. Frank Hicks, of the burned steamer Henry Frank, was in the city yes terday. - The new steamer F. Barksdale, from Louisville, passed to Vickaborg yesterday morning. "The Charles P. Chouteau passed Vicks bnrg Monday with a full load, going to New Orleans. Receipts by river yesterday 1175 bales of cotton, 123 bags of seed-cotton and 4289 sacks of cotton-seed. The Enquirer got in with a lot of cotton and seed, and returned in the evening. She is making good schedule time. The James Lee came in with a good trip of cotton and seed, considering the weather and condition of the banks. A not h KB heavy rain fell Tuesday night and still more threatened. Tbe weather is not the sort desired by cotton pickers. The river is low, tho banks steep and muddy, and local packets axe not having s rosy pathway to the business in hand. The Coahoma came down with a good load of cotton, cotton-seed and sundries, and returned with the usual return load. Billy Btebs, the well-known Memphis and Cincinnati steamboat bar owner, has the bar on the Springer, which passed here yesterday. The John B. Maude is coming out from St Louis bound for New Orleans. Capt D. H. Silver, the veteran steam boatman, is In command. Chas. Hunter, the willow contractor for the government was in tbe city yes terday. He has two contracts, one of which employs 100 men and another 75 men. The Chickasaw brought out of White river 936 bales of cotton. ' She reshipped 267 bales at Terrene for New Orleans, and brought to this port 667 bales of cotton and 1344 sacks of cotton-seed. The R. R. Springer, from St Louis, passed down yesterday with aa Anchor Line load for New Orleans, as deep as she could swim. Among her passengers were George Trnnnell, Eugene H anion and Charles Purcell, all Cincinnati and New Orleans pilots, going down looking at the river. STEAMBOATS. A. H. BOYD. ALSTON UOYD. IRRT BOYD. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. St. Leale and 7ew Orleans Anchor Line U.S. Mali-FOH CAIKO AND SI. LOUIS. Arkansas City, t?Ztr Brolaski master. SaaccV Will leave from the levee FRIDAY. October 31st, at 10 a m. For freight or passage apply to C. L. Hall. Pas. Airt. AD STurlM. Bnp't. FOR VICKSBURG. - St. !! and New Orleans Anchor Line liightner ..master. Will leave trom Wharfboat FRIDAY, October 31st, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to C. L. Hall. Pass. At t. At) SfQH.V. Hup't. FOR NEW ORLEANS. For YlcksboraT, Hatches, New Orleans ana an way laoaiaice steamer I oil it Is. JrXautle, OaorM VinkArt...m&st4r. Learit as above FRIDAY, Oct. Slat, t U m. IA.M.BOYD.&-SONS COTTON FACTORS, 264 Front St,, cor. Court, Memphis, Tenn. iJ. I. LaP MM & GO H For freiirht or nasaasre amilv to C. LOWK, Agent, on w harfhoat, foot t'mon. LEE LINE STEAMERS. Memptile, Friars Point and . Momptua and ola Packet toinpsnr. Tor Helena, (xlendale. Friars Point and all Way . Landings steamer JAMES LEE. E. T. Clarett master I Piatt Rhodes cie: Willies ve as above on every MOND A Y,W EDX ES- liAx and t tt.il At, at s o'elock p.m. ForRandolph.Fulton, Osoeola and Wav Landings Steamer jjhiajm auaus. J. H. Cooner. master J. W. .Smith an clerk Leaves as above every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY at & p.m. The boats of thia line reserve the right to pass all landings the cap tain may deem nn?a:o. umce, rio. Madison at. J 4M S LK"K. Ja.. Superintendent. ' M., A. C, V. AND ARK. R1V. PKT. CO. 'YarirSCeOXaZIS.XaXI SABBIjERIT, SADDIaEIIY HAIlDWAllE & LEAT1IEII, Nos. 301 and 303 Main Street, Memphis, Ten u. JM.-Oo PEARCE cfc Co. ?fo. 276 Front mtreet. Memphis, Tenn PLANTERS INSURANCE COMPANY TJ. S. MAIL LINE For Arkansas viu atiiu Sal lauuiUBB, al meauser mai e auaiis, M. R. Cheek master I W. C. Blenker clerk leaves Memphis every MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 6 p.m., connecting at Terrene with packet for all points on Arkansas river. For Viflksburg and way landings, Steamer WILL n. MAYS. Kd. Nowland master! W. Thonipson......c!erk, leaves every aubsiiai at with I OFFICE TS COMPANY'S BlllLMIX., 41 MA I IS OX, HEXPHIM I. T. POBTEK, Ptws. 1 1HO. OYEKTON, Jr, Vioe-Free't. . D. KAINE, sjcuretavrw at 5 p.m., eonnectlng Dark els and railroads tor xaaoo river and Mew Orleans. For Pine Bluff and all points on Arkansas River, siesucr a aa a. vskhsuii Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY at 5 p.i Freight received and bills lading signed on Company s w Hart boat, toot lnion street, ii. t;. LOW band K. Vf ALWonin, Agenu, JOHN CARR, Passenger Agent. JOHH N. H ABBIN. . V. amt P. Avent. 8. H. BROOKS, of Brooke, Neely Oe. I R. L. OOFFIN. of Dillard A Coma. W. B. OALBRKATH. of W. B. Oalbreatb A Co. J. R. GODWIN, of J. K- Godwin A Co. J. M. 000DB AR, of Uoodbar A Co. J. C. MILL?. JOHN 0VKRT0N, Ja., CapitalUt- I D. T. P0RIER, of Porter A Macrae. All kinds of Property Insured. Special attention also given to Insuring Dwellings aaS sJannirw htoree, at reasonable ratea. Commenced business in 18S7. LOSSlia PAID, Oves ssair n saiiiian. a Home tympany, werespeotiuiiy aaa your patronise. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. 1XT HARRY LINE Memphis White) etc Rlaelt River V. n. Mall Povclaes. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devalla Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta. Jacksonport, Searcy, . Bataville. Powhatan and Pocahontas. Steamer JOB FETEKit, . glT" M. R. Harry, master, . .jlffM . Will leave Memphis every Hatnrday at o o'clock p.m;, oonneoting direct with tbe new Black River United States Mail Packet MILT HARRY, for Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with the Daily rackets to uatesvuie and u pper w lute river. Throns-h RatAB to all Doints. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or .terrene, will be promptly forwarded. H. C. LOWK, Avont.on whnr'boat. MOBMrllANAIillCO. S56 AJTD S58 3FOXT STItEET- STRICTLY WHOLESALE. dr. d. s. jonr:2o:;' PJ2ZV ATC Medical Dispensary, No.l7JeSentNiaa, aim anot Frnas, Menaahta ESTABLISHED IN 1M0.1 DR. JOHNSON U acknowledged by all parti Interested as by far the most snoeessf nl pfcy lloiaa in the taaatment of private or secret 4ji- aiatoka permanent eares gaarasieea in B T VI 7 oaaa, uioiio, ui iviaioiiai. Banal oaaa-aa, an Oonorrhea and Syphilis cured la a few days, with out the use of mercury, change of diet or hin drance from business. Secondary Syphilis, tae last vestige eradicated withoet the ase of mer cury. Involuntary loss of semea stopped la a short tfme. Sufferers from im potency er lesset sexnal powers restored to tree vigor la a tew weeks. Viotims of self-abase and ezeassiva venery, suffering from spermatorrhea aad loos of physical or mental power, speedily aad perma nently eured. Particular attention paid to tbe Diseases ot Women, and care guaranteed. Piles and old sores eared without the aie of oaustlo or as knife. All consultations strletly ooaleentiaJ. edioinea seat bp express to ail parts et tb oantry- r WorMnrmeB eared at aalf the araal mlasjo' Omoe hoars tro s oiVik a. aa. to vp.m. y TOHSfiON.M.P. 3 pSSj sr'iaUr'- .aAAaaa.ka timyml Utialsl 4ilfM laetiO. Mw'tlttlaJ lf tUAld U WwehJ-IW--J f 4VB AdtTMtiUrlrgB tM i Toeia'aawMaUld MwXKkaaA A ttj t a s-ru r-A A klej.1 riw-araMsI 1 9 -.Na MraHaarl . Nok htptTBlloa 1 eaJeaa?a av y, AlWtO J.ratsfltl 1 . 1 m ertfann a T.r4 LmUbbT, rubeM mm Amm. w Buhh-r Cr-rakasw Rituvti Cm rip. a ntl CMfev, Or- Z ti p. j4Mjr, Hood BmM, mmA KrwTWtktl BlMA Vlllk K-rwrttMtlBaT. I QavVttitW tUrrl Tin (Tjr. F - . -van GOTT03ST ON COMMISSION. . CHANCEI1Y SAT.F. IX E A.i"E9 TA T 33... No. R. Chancery Court of Shelby eosnty J. H. Maloas, administrator, etc., of Jobs 0. Kiserr deceased, vs. W. A. Johnson et el. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en tered In the above cause oa the zlst day of July, last, M. B. 44. pace 2s. 1 will sell, at p utile auction, to the highest bidder, I. front ol the Clerk and Master's offioe. courthouse of Bhalby Bounty, Memphis, Tenn , on Jlaln relay, Movasntser 15, lMd, erty, situated in Shelby county. Tenn., te-wtti Lots one, three, four, five end six, lying ia range 8, seetioa t, of the Eleventh Surveyor'! Dis trict, west of the Solomon Rosell troet and be tween the Pigeon Rooet road and the Memphis and Charleston railroad, near utirs Biauon, tna said lots having been laid eff April 24. Ie72, la eause of Kembaui va. Bowles. No. 20 R. D. ol the Second Chancery IXiurt ot oneiay county. Iits lour. Sva and six each front 8.36 chains oa aid railroad and ran back between parallel lines 10 chains, each let containing 3.35 acre. Lots one and three each front 4.1IH chains oa the Pigeon Roost road. No. S tanning baok between parallel lines to lot Ne. 4. containing 5.66 acrea, and No. I runa back between parallel lines to lot Ne. 0. and contains 5.18 aeres. Terms ot Bale wn a credit oi seres uimonms. purchaser toexeonte notewitn secer ly s nsn re tained and redemption harred. ims vj Memphis & White River Pkt Cc. al.es. jnjLUi laUlliB. STK. UmUJaASAWeSiiS E. C. Postal.. master I C. M. Poatal.clerk Fom Olarsmslaa, Devalla iilult, Tea Are, Ai rrnata. lackaoaport and Nearcy. LEAVKS MEMPHIS EVERY WEDNESDAY at&n.m. Through ratei to all rioints. Freight consigned to "Memphis and White River Packet Co. will be forwarded promptly, TT. C. T.OWK. Aireot. on Whsrffioat, - FOR TIPTONVILLE. HILL, FONTAINE & GO. -Cotton Factors and 'Wholesale Grocers S08-298 Front (St., Memphis, Tenn. For OteeoleV, Halts Point- Caruthravilie, Gftyoo and Tiptonriile The new pin longer Bteamer W. P. Hall.M maaiter I J. D. Fuller.........rierWt will 1bav ubnv. anaa1! way poiats, YKEY MI'INDAa and iUtKSlJAi atop m. Ynt freight nr rnnagf r.t.T'T flti howrn. SIGS 02 'WELL, I invited to wcrtd their AddreM In Tnie Kwivt Pirn rin Co.. Drawer & Atlanta. Ga., for a cvr c.t th;ir tpmti- oa Bltxiil CANCER FOR MANY YEARS. A family serrant has been afflicted for manv yean with a emeer on her noae. and wai treated by some of the beat physic. anet and the old reme dies used without benefit. Finally we rare her Swift's Specifier, and he hax been completely Thomson, (ia.. Ansiut 16, ISSi. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission f.1erchants, TCo. 11 a Month Main St.. Ht. LonU. UOFE , COCHRAN & CO. WEATHER AID BITERS. Omm SiOKAt Ssxvtcs, TT. 8. A.,1 Hchphis. TcitH., October 29, 1834. The following observations are taken at the same moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all the stations named: NOSE EATEN OFF! John Naves, a vonne man near here, had a can cer on his fsoe wh.ch had eaten away his nose and part of his cheek, and ws extending opto his eyes. As a lat resort he was put on Swift'. Spe cific, and it has entirely cared him. His face ia all healed over with new flesh, and his general health is ezoellent. ms tecovery wss wonderful. M. F. CKUJILEV.M.D., Oglethorpe, Oa.,-August 16, 1884. CANCEROUS FACE. J have for many yean raftered with a cancerous affeetion on my face, which has been en-ire y re moved by the use of a few bottles of SwitVa Spe- cine. ' ms. vv. uuiiL.is.ri. Indian Springs, Ga., April 10, 1884. CANCER FOR 5 YEARS. A woman with a cancerous nicer of five years standing and five inches in dian eter, has been entirely relieved by six Domes oi ewirt s epecino. 1 consider its effects wonderf'l, slmot miracu lous. REV. JESSE H. t'AMl'UKLL; Columbus, Qs, August 16, 1884. We are every day receiving the most wonderful ! reports from the nse of Swift's Specific in the treatment of Cancer. Suflerens from this class ol diseases should not fail to send far our treatise on Blood and Skin Disease! and Cancer Treat ment. Our remedy is entirely vegetable no mer cury, no potash, no other mineral. THE 6WIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawers, Atlanta, Ga 1884. R.J. Tn BLACK. ctober 11. Trustee. Changes. Above ' ST&nosa. low water. Rise- Fall. ' Feet Inch Feet Inch Feet Inch Cairo 16 5 ... , 2 Chattanooga 10 . ,, . Cincinnati ... 3 2 ...... Davenport 8 2 . 4 Dubnque 9 7 . 3 Fort Smith . 1 8 ,,, , Keokuk 9 9 6 La Crosse. - 5 1 ,.. . , , Leaven w'th 7 8 ... 1 Little Rock. 7 4 . 6 Louisville 2 11 , Memiahia IO 8 S Nashville 5 6 tNewO'leane 10 11 1 Omaha. 7 Pittsburg 10 , 4 Shreveport. 2 .. St. Louis.. 17 10 .. 3 St. Paul 5 2 Vicksburg Yankton 8 6 1 iifAlii lPk-l 1-1 l-l - - LJ HP' (iUM 11 111 HI to-' V-THE s 3ESTT0MIC. .3 This medicine, COmblnini Iron with pnre Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely C'nrea Uvaipenela. I aoaorewtlon, TaVeakeeaa, ImpnreBle4d,31aJka-xa,C'hUaaaadFevei-a, KDd Neural r: in. 1 1 is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys aad lultur. It Is Invaluable for Diseases pecnliar to "Women, and all vtn lead sedentary lives. It does liot Injure tbu teeth, cause hearl&che.or produce constipation Mrr Iron medicinrt do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the npnetite. aids the assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, tc, it has no equal. ' Aw The gennine has above trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Baa. sbItSt SBOWS CHXniCAL CO, SALTIMOSK, IS Mi's. LOU FITTS' CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, MEMPHIS, TEJiW., LEE BLOCK. SItH VEAtS QPEVt) OCTOBKK I, 4. A former pupil of Cablvlk PrriKSitt a, of Boston, FKKulJitlD HILLEa, Director of the Cologne Conservatory of Music, uerinany; and I ARL RtllfMHE, Director of the Leipsie Conservatory of Music. PROF. CARL. DOK8KB, of Leipsie, Teacher of Vocalisation of Languages. Inl-.N4.RkrF. LLEWEUTI, Teacher of Elocution. aeriano Teachers who will call at the Residence I for the Accommodation of their fatrons: Mms Minnir Hastiah. Miss Akia Hall. Miss Ihii'Isi SatiTasrtcK, Miss Maoois Kakb, M-. FITTS can be consulted daily, at S. Witx- mwan's trMm lj to cioex a.m. tare without Med ieiae. Patented October 16. 1876. One box will cure the most obstinate case in four navs or less. Below water mark. t Below tiigh-water-mark 1874. Pittsbukg, October 20. Noon River 10 inches, and rising. Weather rainy and cool. JNignt Kiver 13 inches, and rising. Weather rainy and cool. Cincinnati, October 29. -Noon River 3 leet 2 inches on the irauee, and stationary. Weather rainy and cool ; thermometer 48s, JSo arrivals or departures. . Evansvillk, October 29. Night River stationary, with z teet on the rauire. Weather rainy and cool. No arrivals or departures, local packets all behind on ac count of fcg and rain. Caibo, October 29. Noon Weather clondy and cool. Arrived : Minnetonka, below, 9 a.m. No .departures. Night River 16 feet 5 inches, and falling. Weather clondy and cool ; thermometer 50. No ar rivals, uepartea : Minnetonka, ot. looms, S p.m. Louisviixi, October 29.-- Noon River Btationary. with 2 feety inches in the canal. Weather rainy and cold.' Business dull. No arrivals or departures. Night River stationary, with 2 feet 8 inches in the canal and 6 inches on the falls. Business dull. Weather cloudy and cooL No arrivals or departures. See Additional River on Fourth Pane.' OVEMEirro OF OCEAI STEAMERS. Qpebnstown, October 29. Arrived: Au rora, rew lork. New Orleans. October 29. Arrived : City of Taris, Antwerp; Regal, Cardiff; Monarch. LaverpooL uiearect: tierea la- Pot t Limon. 0 Iles-oC? ATO?AtiS AW ASD PLAnrio-nu, atttau. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, r.lOLDING,LUr.1BER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts. - TEST WEfSSEB, ANDREW STEWART, Sew Orleans. ANDREW D. Q WYNNE, Memphis, STEWART, GIYIE ft CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors NO. 850 AND S5S FRONT 8TBHET, MKKP1IIS, TNN4 ABT STEV7ART BROTHERS & C0MPiIiT COTTON FACTORS AND COXXISSION MERCHANTS, NFW ORLEANS. bOTTISIAWA. W. Ao eaffe t& Co. COTTON FACTORS, No 300 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. IMPART A DELIGHTFUL aad REFRESHING FRAGRANCE to the BREATH Wil li I i sua IIS TRADK MARK BKOISTKMSD.) CHEWING GUM. Far aale sverywkare. afriea Ifat So siealera will te auDsslleol by Whale riaia, tarooera aaa ejanieeaianara as xaasnnnia, ar ny ala Drag, SOI. COIaEIvfAJT. Iffemplil-. Tenn. eProtptln. No in eli Drotef-tive Aninst chills and fsrer and other disease! of a malarial type exists as H o tet ter s btomaota iSiUers. it relieves eonstiDiition. liver disorders. rhomnAti-m, kidney and bladder ailments with certainty and promptitude. A chanre, as gratify in as it is complete, aoon takes place in the appearance, as well s tho sensation, of the wan and hacfrard invalid who uses this standard promoter ot neaitb and streogrn. For sale fay all drot gifts and dealers rewerally W. 1. HOOI, KDWeaJBI KOOB, fOTVER W. II. WHOIaJSAJLI. DRAIJE1R8 IN PROF. HAPwRIS' A llaliial C ir FOB SPaMATCSIIaIEA KTRVOrS DEBILITa. orfMia vttnkDcu aad MTi alalia tunrtxu ctirsj dlMfkMa, balCiQS kilUU pl AarikSB, ruoll frrjOa jtirutarsl llsdlacrt- iMFSIESCY. 0"Toatcd for over 6 Xoara ty & tu thotv amnda of cturota. TRIAL PACKACK. mM trrw bnim -rnrku I mat wmgwrixsj waiie nek oa tjy mrwauatsmj elaUiM mi (ikx itwimi tor v froabsrnu tli oar trm di lar aad trial urUn aa4 karti laiawtut Ikr-U boftca l-k m. remmo&j that mm eorr4 Tobacco and Cigars, NO. 333 MATN ST.. 3fEMPmS. TENN. reHbra la OKtatjam. to b ptua f laosetw tniU&e atVaioaj jrHnrrplri. Cmnrtnm in tkrmt mmA nseitg ttca. lirsj0Catpr!MaJAcw MS ot dummm mmkrm iu apv 4tet. Tt atatani mso-ttottdftUsiiMcrgua fare trjavitrfro. ibt lavm II Ht.Hl AT (lvXa beVt. i fmu-au Cs.erfBl sal rasuiy. llburn Gin and Machine Gomp'y MANIJFACTUKER8 OF Eclipse and Anti-Friction Cotton Gins. FEEDERS, CONDENSERS and TRESSES, STATIONARY ENGINES, Boners, Shafting;, Pulleys, Etc Railroad, Steamboat and Architectural Work 'rvTTTvrT-Tnrxw. tih-pj-tnt. THL fHUl Kin KtaCCnuC B1T.T, ar Iiywlir. bffMJl i IMS-ail j lor lbs corn oi atrnwif raiiii-w un pe-mari V'tMBfTW may stability of lb tttaniaUTn wrfc j surnra. m gaaanva. tte mamtmrnomt mi it ml EiaKCTRlGITT aaivexerh lata Toarti tntj-t rwtwi Uan w ImaIUit atMMa. mmvmt UUa lal.aaa. ltanf mam mmrnm ssiatM It, ui Utma&dataf tarm an swtitwal . wViakaaw IVora lodsimtttn. etetMEsty, inUe, M T affOr, SlenTlUty-. a, na,B, bTObIMM 4M urn ao. i SrKD ADDRESS HARRIS REMEDY CO IITg ChoaiUta SOdKorU HUM. slstraiA. o fWe Urtrni TmcatiumT. t3 f fl MafTHa.&5 1 8 BOtfTrO. tZ Proposals for Levee Uepair Work, United Statra EsciNrrR officb,! Mkhphim. TrxNa. October 2f. lSl. I SEALED PKOPuSALS in duplicatn will be re reived until 12 o'clock noon, Noreiuler5. I at this oti.ee, for repair of tb Loos Lake lveeia Arcansas. The character of the work is topping, repniring ae waFh-holes nd filling- r'ps. From $15,000 to ,(iU0 will be available for this vnrk. Pronofers are reoaestod to examine work before biddinr. Tbe line extends from the head of Long Luke down to Old Town. Blank forms for Di-ono.. lntrnrtions to bid ders, and iecificationn eoncsmin the work may be obtainea oy audrArsii r tuis omce. afroKsals ' must b made on fntms fnrot- hed. The Umjel htstes reserves the rmht to reject any or all rropot-ais. Protsosals moat be addressed to tbe nnderined I and marked on envelope: ProiKtsals for Levee stlepair org., i-ong Jbkf. Ark.' LLlMO 15. bhAKb. Capt- Engrs , U. S, A. Ila-ring- told yotu prfparajj4io kBovn as 6 iar tm pamt yw or mom - mrm 1 at It I A. VACC-MIO fc CO. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET' MEMPH'8. ALL COTTON INSCREla. SACKS FCn.VISIIED. FEE A POSITIVE aoaa 1 r Pom la ""S-J nojao, a, I IJ ... aw aoa aanaa. aaa, asm ai.an. W W I (J ft UAVS. WX taaalaoaanauniaeaaaaaaavaaaa. Taa, la Bar laa ONE aaonSa I arGaaraataeS Ba vaM t.n Tm rcalana1.. fall lafci. at BOatoo, CH XEWJ I T1TJLT1 tXCCXaUC SAM.I Cu. tKJ WaaUagloaaa. CaaaalP, ill. I f I cdtoaaam II 1 atrSaaajtta, eoniie III, awo) we 4 llrauasitkalOi. - RE'S COnDMD! No. 75-77-70-81-S3-S5 Vance street, N. W. SPEERS, Jr., PROPRIETOR, The LARGEST and ONLY COMPLETE GIN in the city. rneiiest Nample and Held (.nam Titer (I. Allan's Soluble jtetHrated IJcug-les. Ke naaseoni doses of enbebs, 'copaiba or oil of sandalwooe that are certain to produce dyspepsia hv destrovinar tbe eoatinaa of -the Btumack. Price, tl SO. Sold by all drng gists, or nailed on reeeirt of Prie- for farther partienlani send for e'rcuiar. r, v. au a loi, J. '. ALLAN CO.. f Joan street. New lork. leniars seaa xor CURE. Importer and Dealer la WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS. 332 Front St, Bet, Monroe and Union, Mempliis. TAKE rrpHAT a meeting of the stockholders of the A. Louisville, new .irleana and Texas Ball way CeinpsB) will be beld at tha oiue ol aid company, in tne cr.y ct Mamrms, in the Btaateav-T.anfBSce. on the.Oth day of November, 1K34, at 11 o'erock in the forenoon, at which meet ing the issae oi nm mortars ss oonaa and of in. some Bonds or said oompeny and tbe exeoatioi and delivery ot mortgages to secure the payieanl thereof, will be sabmitted to the atocxholaer! af said company for their oonsideratioa and afpitk- vai. meniuis, sa,ivuiuBi u. it. " ' - T- HlLoOH, Presideat V, tt. twsiss. oeeietarvf UGGS s& FETTIT WHOT.TaAT.W GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS And Commission uerchants, SGO and 302 front Otreot. - Mem phi a, Tonn. THE STAHDARD roa FIFTY YEARS K. A. TTsedforA a Oo.'s Uvnr 1 Medicine or Black Oraaaht la TennM by tha IdenUcal rweipa by Dr. A. Q. Blmraoaa, In the wiaawfaetnr. of his IAv Medldae, as early as lSIO,at ala ' Ch . ACArJBrrtixa, Oaw, May 1, 1S7I. V. A THrnmaD A Co.- Qawrtlisam f Baving been one of Dr. At). Sim mons eerueai agenBi us uia a., .oar Medidne, aiid also arenl for it since his death. I do cheerfully reoora- I mend It to the publio as the genuine I and best Liver Medicine to the world. 1 have used the medicine ssaaV tf Dr. at. Q. aiasmiaajs Aoaaart, and also I that made by the parents of If. A. Thedford. fasrs is ae diSrowaos a tatBi; ao I know tbe medicine made by yon Is the genuine ana oraginao. as made by Or. Simmons. Yours Truly, DANIEL rtnuiAV. This i SBJaaUon, rryapepata, IntHsras ' tloa. Toller Complalat, aad al) Liver Dinaasae, aas aaaa la constant as. by tha pnbUa toor nft waars, and Is snore fowalar I to-day tiiaa irir b.fue.. Jay aon. but ML A. Thedford IL'm sniorlaal and arenulae, i tared by the Cbettanooora MIedl. I in Co., at Chett.aeeora, Tenn. Kvery p.ek.aa anelosed la Tal low WrapawTa Trial xoackasw by sail, flfteaa CHANCERY SAT.F. OF HEAL EHTATE, Ko. S299 (RV-Chancery Coart of Shelby coonty otate ot lennessee, ase, etc-, vs. r . a. uuver etal.i and Ne WiO-City of Mempkie vs. W. M. Farrinrtna etal. BY virtue of aa interlocutory decree for sale entered in the above eause on the 17th day ot December. 143, M. B. 41, page 63. 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, ia front of the Clerk and Master's offioe, courthouse ol Shel by oounty, Memphis, Tenn., oe ' Natnrdny. Bevessber B. lSAa. within legal hours, the following deeeribad PTOB- tiistrtet ol bh.lt y erty. situated ia the Taxing-1 county, Tenn., to-wit: One half lot SS, fronting; oi ar Zl feet and S inches en east side ik rannins- baci ins of Court street t 14S ieeti Front Row 61 feet t inches south trom south reat street i Beginning on east lis. thenee south with Front Row 21 feet inohes to south line of lot ., thenee east with Mid line ol lot SS, 14MU feet f. rst alley; thenee north with said alley 11 feettt inches I thenee west parallel to Court street 14 leet lo me beginning, neing same lot oa wains te house No. 27U. being tbird Btorehoae south at Court street, and owned byW.M.and Mary!'. 1'arrington, Peoples loo. Co. and K. MoOarly. Terms ol Hale un a creditor T month! t note with security) lien retained) redemption barred This October 16. 14 . it. J . blauk, uiera ana Master. , By fleo. Hallery, Deputjr J. W. Hampton, Solicitor Clerk and Master. 1 . M. K. PRATT. Ja U. BMITB. PRATT GIH GO. 100 roplar StMeapbJa. Team. Manufacturers of the Pratt Revolving-Head Cot'n Gi.i Feed en and Conttenaera. Prise oi Berolvtnf-Head Oini redaced " f M per saw Prtoeot Eclipse HullerOin .. 44 Ml per aaa; Feeders 40, 60 and 6u-saw, 160 j Larger Jfl per saw voouenssrs, ail sues .1 pr saw Gin renarfnw dona ta enteed fjna-elaas. order. All work gamr- CHANCERY SAULZ or SEAL ESTATE, No. S299 (4) Chancery Court of Shelby County. ptate ei teanesaee, ase, ate., vs. W. K. liuU ler et al. and No. l ilft City of Memphis vs. tin A. V . Andalann al 1 BY virtae of an laUrlocatory decree for sale entered in tbe abooa aaaaa, aa Ika Slk .1-- of September. ls4, M. B. ih, page 21, I will sell at public aurtloa, te the highest bidder, ia front of the Clerk aad MaaUrJ oloa, courthouse ol Shelby county, Memphis, Tenn., ea It at a relay. Novo enter a, HUM. within legal hours, the following deenribei Prftp erty, situated ia Taxing-District of Shelby aoaa ty. Tenn., to-witi Lot No. 22. bluek 8, C. L. 614, fronting W feet oa east side Jones avenue) running back 170 feet, as L',1'.'0,"" en plan of eity of Memphis, owned by Sallie J. Anderson aad James M fiarrls. Jr. Terms of Sale a a eredit of 7 month. ,a. tJ.1" li.,,tJ',aafnlun0 redempUoa barred. This October 15, 1884. R. J. BLACK, Clerk aad Master. ?y .Oeo. Mallery. Deputy Clerk aad Master. J. W. HanM. Hnli.iiov. CHANCERY SAT.F! REAL e'sTATE. So. 62F2, R. Chancery Coart ef Shelby county 9". . Campbell, exeeuaor. eU.. of Harriet J", ' ratillo, deceased, vs. Fannie K. Kennedy et al. IJ 1 virtue ot au interlocutory decree lor sale. L J entered in tha above eauaa on tha lotla il-aT-J October, ltas4, M. B. 46. pace Un, I will sell, at public aacuna. tc the hirbeat bidder, ia front el tbe Clerk and Master's ofhoe, courthouse ef bbat k aoaa, Memphis, Tens., on Boatnrday, Moo water is. IHIta. within legal hours, tbe following describea prep, erty. situated in the eity of Memphis (now Tax-ing-Dilt'iet), Shelby county, leanessee, to-wit: Brginning at a point on tbe north side of Union street feet east of Wellington street, the same being tbe southeast corner of a lot owned by Treadwell and runuirg tbeooe northward! with said Traartw.ll's lot ISri feet to aa allow: thenc eastwardly with the south line of said alley osS fe-t more or less to the north we teorner of a lot owned "jr M L. Jlcsvham, tbenne aouth ward y with said fceachani'a west line 166 t'net to the north line of I'nion street; teuee weslware y with the line of Vnio street Ms feet more or less to the place of oaginuiug, the same belaa part of country lot K. 4V2. auAlao. wbatevor interest H.J . Patillo had at tha t,me of her de.th ia a certain lut ea the norta side of Monroe street! Beginning et a point ea the north skis nf Monroe atreet as bow locates! 1110 feet east ef Wellirgtoa street, running thenee east with the north line of Monroe street 80met th. nee northwardly 14 feet; tlieace wtararliy i feet) thence southwardly to the point of begin ning 14 feet. Terms ol Sale One-third cash, ba'aaoe in six; and twelve months) notes with personal security, bearing interest, tor deferred paymeaiei liee re tained i redemption barred. This October 2", leei. h. J. BLACK, Clerk andMaavtar. , Byweo. Mallery, Deputy Clerk aad Jaastat. tiee. ailhaa., soliciuix.