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THE1 MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAIr.-SUNDAY,NOV:i;M-BER!: 28, 1884.
RAILWAYJ1EC0RD. .'MJiirAl AXD DSPAK1URB OP TBAl&X. ...I.tIII. Hw rla. aart Tm Rj.iiroart-Passenxer trains leavo M. and 1. follow.: flos.l and leave at p.m.s a"" rlont'iTv-etlerm Trams' "! follow!: No. 3 (express daily) lY.ve- at II : p.m.l No. 1 (express daily) arrives a.m.; No. H (mail daily) Into at ".-SI " . ,. ii d.whero Meofuinciation daily, aVoat - J." '1 1?'1 at 4 p.m. No. 7 arrive at !!: t. o) v.. a .Newborn acootninodalion daily .x mi i "Rmday, at 1 '.i.ai. . ,H,m? ttt oui t-ut Stock Irv.ws uove frii . (neotri.l tf.uit.vr4 tl.io) : JJe. 1 laa dsily at 5:00 P.m.; arrives at 1! :40 p.m.; ljp. i ieim Ht4:40e.r.; r: v-v 4 1 a.m. t yo. o (!. t : HeptueM dais . etrp; cuvlsy. at ": 0 a.ni : arrives it f '4 I p. in. Lrwiavl.'le feint Na.hvtWf Xramsnioveaj fot.- fw raail urriyci dv.l? a 4:30 a.m.; t II 4- p.m.; ra. '.I leaves daily it rf.45 am t tr-.',Til:T ""immod.ition leaves daily, eiee'.-StniU;-, a;4:!0 r.ai.! mail arrives d'ly at 4 ")p.m. Urownsvillo -icrorainodntton r: iVel riai r, exeept SamUr. H S' a.io. isUniArd ''Iste'saliss oc3 C!hp1hiii-Trails rauve at f.li ".! Xhrottc'i lRtr.-r Ufciiy at 7:0.ia. Mi'l rd nvro Lays dmly at 9:lo a.m .'sr.merviitj Konommodation totvos aiily, ex-.-pt Sun i&y. at 4:4 p.m. Tr.ronrli tspross arrive daily at 11 s4. a.m. aaa .'! arrive, daily it 9:45 p.m. r.omrvill noeonnno-dmi-Mi -riv- daily. r .it: .tu a.m. MlaaiaMlr-l' nl Teiinw-K-.w-Trivios mov. M follow: .ow iri-n ma i lar ii .j a .vu p.m.; express freight trains -v? ioily.tjxe.pt onlav. at 2D P n:. wy freixlit trains, leave daily, ex ept Hon Jar. at 7:C a.io.; no r ) nv-il arrives Jiily t t:4 a.m.; ex: ross freicat arrive daily. eiMrt tandiT, a,t 5::0 m, way troiubt trains arrive daily, except i''dT. rt -HO p.m. t'liy,i-r-)nflp): And Hcnipstla. No. 4 punnnr train letves M. and X. depot dally .at 10:10 a.'".; No. 1 paswrntcr arrives at 4 5 p.m. itui! ; No. ft! way iroicht Laves West Me nphi? da'ly. except Sunday, at ft :V a.m. ; No. (A tbrnot'n freixlit leave West Memphis daily, except .vund.iy. a' i'-:.'0 t-.m. Fre .l t ajdticket otti'-e, No. 31 Madia n ill. KIHG'S EVIL Was the namo lormcrlr piven to Scrofula . Ixv.-iuse of a mijwrHlition llmt ItcoulJba r;in-d by a kind's touch. Tbo world U v. i-cr now, auil knows that SCROFULA rn onlv 1 mrfil by a trwoucb. purifica I'ou of" tlio blooil. If tlii 1h mstlfotcd, l tie disease pprj"""''1' "s taint tlimucb Kriii raiioii Bfd-r p-nt'ration. Anion? It .iriicr fivmptoni.tiic tl' Vclopment nro Korflmai Cutttiieous Kruptious, Tu inom. ltolls, tlurbiinclcs, fclrysipeliis, 1-urulont lilccra, Kervous anl iby fical t'ollapsc, rtc. If allowed to con tinue. H'lpumutism, Scrofulous Ca tarrh, Kidney and IJver Diseases, '1 ulwrouliir tkinsumptlon, and vari oan other danprotu or (uUil maladict), ato produced by iu Ayer's Sarsaparilla J the ont'i potrerful and alirny reliable l.lovl-purinjinrj medicine. It. laaoeflect n;i un allir.itivo that it eradicates from tho iytem Hereditary KcroHula, and the kindivd pobons of tuiil:i.!riotu llw:a. rind nicrenrv. At tlio wimo time it en rkdie and itnltzc tho Wood, reiitorina liialthful action to tho vital onraiia and rejiivcnatms the entire system. Thisgrcat o.Fegsnerativs Mcdicina 1 COTTmdK.-'d of tho crnulne IlnnCumn fiin-xip'ariUct, with Yellow Dock. Mil Ihinia, the ldUk of Polnminn and ri.'B, and other iiicrctiirnta of (Treat po tency, rarcfullv and chntHicnlly com tHiiindcd. It t'ormnla is .Kcncrnlly known lo the medical profession, and tbo bent phvsiciaiH mntantly jiruscriba AVEU'S r'ABSAl'altlLlJt as an Absolute Cure jror iJl disca" caused by tbo vitiation of the bloCt. I ' conccnttatcd to the bl'b c?t praciwblc UeRm.', far boyoud any oilier preparation for which like effects tire claimed, nna therefore the cheapost, m well as tke best V-oo purlfyins med. cine, lu tho world. ' . Ayer's Sarsaparilla ritKPaRED Bf Dr. J. C. JSyer & Co., Lowoll, Kat$. Analytical CbcJilta. Sold by an .lrurUt" ' frUv tl U boC'ea for Jj. FINANCE AND TRADE The financial market continues easy and business brisk at tbe banks, the week's clearances being greatly in excess of any previous week the season, or of the same week of the three preceding years. The cotton market became qniet yester day under the influence of heavy declines in New York and an easier condition at Liverpool. Exporters were not in tho market, the sales of the day all poinsc to spinners. The market opened and closed qniet, with middling quoted at 10c, and sales of 2500 bales, of which none were to exporters. Receipts were 552(1 bales, of which 1014 were by river and 5C0 by waon and otherwise, the remainder by rail. Shipments, 4386 bales. Stock, 75,705 bales. New York spots cloaed quiet, with middling qnoted at 10 7-KJc ; futures closed barely steady, with November qnoted at 10.3010.35, and other months declined 10 to 12 points. New Orleans spots closed easy, with middling quoted at 10 1-lGc; futures steady ; November quoted 10 00 nominal and oiher mqnthi 10 to 12 points lower. Liverpool spota closed businers good at unchanged ratt'., quoted at fi 5 15-1GJ; futures closing steady, No vember quoted at 5 47-G4d, sellers. Total stock at Liverpool, November 20th, 427, 000, asaitist 432,000 bales same time last year. Receipts at all porta yeaterday, 44, 403 bales. Another decline ia hog products was re ported yesterday, with that department of trade quoted eaay. Otherwise the market was as previously qnoted, with business rushing in all branches. Receipts and shipments were as follows: IMPORTS. One hundred and three brls apples, 15S2 rls baggin?, 12 tea bacon and haras, :V0 ska bran, 102 br s beans and peas, 03 pkgs butter, IrKl pkgs boots ami shoes, .'(xi tm corn, z cars cotton-see a, toej sks cotton seed, 150 brls cotton-seed oil, 9. pkgs cheese, 17 lid rattle, 8 pkgs dry goods, 15 pkgs eggs, loJ brls Hour, abl bales hay, 4 cars hay, 17 hd horsts and moles, 1U0 pkgs lnrd, 3 cars lumber, 75 pkgs liquors, 'XM brls raeal, 31 brls molasses, 25 brls onions, l-O'J brls Ktatoes, 2 cars bulk pork and 72 pkgs tobacco. KXPOilTS. One hundred and thirty-nino brla ap ples, 1203 rls bagging, 110 tea bacoa and hams, 125 sks bran, 10 brls beans and pea,- 98 pkgs butter, 203 pkgs boots and shoes, 8-H bo corn, 115 brla cottou-eeed oil, 1HS0 sks cotton-seed oil meal, 308 pks cheese, 103 sks coilee, 7 hd cattle, 141 pkgs div goods, 20 pkgs eggs, !20 brls flour, 3 h J hogs, 204 t-ales hay, 29 hd horses and mules, 130.bdis iron ties, 1K; pkgs lard, 5 cars lumber, 60 pkgs liquors, U2 brla meal, 33 brls molasses, 3 IS kgs nails, 21)8 ba oats, till brls onionu, !i:t brls potatoes, 7 J cars bulk pork, 28 brls packed pork, 1 hhd Miliar, 221 brla suar, 208 pkgs tobacco and t8 bu wheat. COTTON STATEMENT. MxvrHts. November i2. 1!4. Stock September 1, 1!4 SA" Received to-day Received previously.-....... 174,111 li'.21:'. Shipped to-day ....-.. 4,35 Shipped previously.....-.. . 101.3H Burnt, etc - 47 Home cuntumption to J:it- . 1 100.44S 75.7B5 - 5.S20 4,2X2 Stook. Tannine account . - Import. Thus far thin week....... Thna f:,.r liuit waaIt Siooe Scutemiierlvt . .. .. 17.', MerophU and Charleston Railroad.-... Misia."ippi and Tennessee Hailrniid Louisville and Nailivillo Jk (). 6. Hailroiid. Moinphisand Little Uuck ltailroad . Chesapeake. Oliinand 8. W. Ruilroi-.d - Louisville, New Orleans and T Uailniad... Kansas City, SprinKfield and M. Uailrcad rheamera - ...-....- Wacom and other sources.. . Total Thns far this week . Thus far liut week.. Since September Ut.. Memphis and Tharle -ton Railroad..-... Mississippi and Tennessee iluiiroad..- I and N. li. S. Kailrnad Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W. Hail road Loui.iville, New Uiloaus and T. ltailroad... Steamers north ..... .. -. Steamers south - .. Total . 4,:D NeJT York spots opened quiet; at 12, qniet; at 2, quier, cloning quiet with quota tions l-10c lower, and wales of 130 bales. Closing quotations were: Ifosterday Day Bt for 1,1"') Hot Kll :l Urt a 4 1.014 5IX) .. o,52fl .. 4,35 . -4.7-i K9 XX Ordinary.......- Good Ordinary... Low Middling Middlins Ojod Middling Middling i'air... fair .-... . 8 , 9 ....111 .H K4 lu'a 10'', 10 11- x-Hi 7-w l-hi Mti 11 31C U 1J1G New York fntiires opuned quiet; at 10:22, easy; at 11:34. steady; at 12:30, barely steady; at 1:35, quiet; at 2:30, barely steady, closing barely steady, with sales of 87,200 bales. Closing quotations were: January.. February. May...-. ana. ulv...... . August! . September Ootber , November.... lecetnbor.. A Oonsral Agent forthil State on uur forthenmlna CIHG4T 'a by fi-n-f. f K -Hnu aw. entitled "STREET ARABS." Tble will be rare and unique work, thrilling la . . . . ,.nhBt f. tt anneeption. NrlV4 lliinrtred IHiNlrillo which 4ienk u the and I IsrUI ttoo x w in aril ut hluht. Nothing like it. Io ta -k. .n . -uh Mome e&mtnl. this onnr ins v Hi! ANTED of at. Ofwninic fr riiin5. a. a.. tiiiKui' Kill r- i LIT 1, jiMr"M in Tn Pwivt tlar.ta. Ha., for a ctpv t uuu bkiu luttiiaca. vin'-'i ' CANCER FOR MANY YEARS. A family servant has been afflicted for many 1 ears with a rancor en her nose, and was treated I c ,i. i...i ,.l,vi,,tiLf.j,. iind the old nine- IJ Kill "I v,i uv.. j - . il'es used without benont. inally we aave her Main's ttoeeina. and she has been eomplotely .aureJ. JOHN II ILL. lrmrrt.t. " Thorns. la.. August lo, im, KOSE EATEN OFF! John TCa.e. yonman t.earhere, liad a can- FINAKCE. 'ioney 8 par ceut. on satislactory c"l lateral toregnlarcustoinars. The following table shows thoclcorancesand halances.the rates of exchange and prices of local stocks and bonds at the cloae of yesterday's busi ness: . CLXABISanOUSa STATESLBNT. Clearinn Novomber22d 1 SH.) 27 Total this wuck 2,lkS,li 33 Total laat week 1.701.1V2 1.7 .-.auie week lv3 l.tMLSIl f Same week lsii l.M.i4,l'J2 52 EXCUANOB. New York.... New Knxland eUht. new Orleans....- BANK STOCKS Pxnk of Commerce.- fr'irst National German National .... ... Aianbattau. ...-..... . M. Puit National ...-. ... . ' nion ana flantere . . - - .. IiloroaaUte ....... E18UKANCB STOCKS. liiuffciSr' ".'r.' 'zninziznrzz, flaatan fuianix . ' Balances t 40.7"5 7 Stl',221 4i 3:1,;V lu 3;0.j-l ,s Z4ti,2tl3 IX) M dis'Jl'-e preia . dis, ..... .i dii J par -HI' J -11M120 2H4 -1:K4 1404 11!120 'lamnhis City Vmtaernilt. Wrneedo ...M Ax Li ax tow .. - 4) S5 10)0j livat ..lOltic -Jir 2-4 ' JIHlftlillS ,-30 bid HXII.WAV BONDS. Memphis City I' l Viemphis k Charleston 2d murt 7i UiH11" V.empiiis t. Cbsrleston eons.ola li) Memphis Little Kick, 1st mort. IM l' Mississippi 4 Tennessee consuls A 12.! Mississippi & Tennessee eousuls B -.1(4 KaetTenn.. Va. Ji U. eossol it . RAILWAY 8IOCHS Memphis and Charleston . .Oississipid and Tennessee . TnHvtlio and Nashville ..... HbU and Ohio........... jMISOKLLANEOUS yesterday .lo.iU'alo.:)-! 10.4tinlll.17 lD.lVKllll.lil .10.73 ln.74 .. ....l.N7l . .10.Wall.09 ... 11.1111.12 11.21 4U.22 ... - rriir.7-jo.:itfii').:v .. 10.2lt!lu.2d Pay Psfoe ll).4fflll. f) l..'?lu..r8 10.7010.71 lil.8IHlO.Ht 10.'.7i9lM.oS ll.10all.ll 11.22'U.2t 11.8-'.U.33 -(- IO.'iO'-cIO.M 1(I.!W(910.S7 The New Orleans Boot market yesterday opened easy ; at 1 :30, easy, closing easy, with quotations l-Kie lower. Sales, 0750 bales. Clotting quotations were : Yesterday Day Before Ordinary ..... H i'-i' n-' tioodUrainnry-.. -n Liw Middliai: '' 1 10 Middline; - 10 1-1C, lo'J Uood Aiidaiins.- to o-i' Now Orleans futures opened barely stetdy ; at 12, quiet, closing steady at the following quotations, wild, sales ot -i;i,-0U bales : YesterdRV January ....10.iv.tl0.(7 plume, $150; asparagus, $44 5t; green corn, $1140; green peas, fl0el 50; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, il 15; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 90; cove ovsters, light weight, 1-lb, li5c ; cove oys ters, light weight, 2-lb, $120; condensed milk Crown, $6 406 60; Eagle, $3 25; Swiss, $6(i6 25. Nsw York, November 22. Coffee spot fair; Rio dull ; options iairly active and irregular, opening 5 points higher; sales, 750 baes Sairar dull; molasses sugar, 45c: muscovado, 4 13-ltic; concrete, 4 W rny3fi: Roman, $5; plaster of Faris, JJ2 V) llair, 6o pur pound. Nails $2 50 a keg. HIDE AHlt PEI.TRT. Wool Choice washed, 23c per lb ; un washed, 1023c; n n washed burry. 10 16c ; clear do, 1022c. Market weak Hides Dry Flint No. 1, 15Jc; No. 2, 12Jc. Dry salted, 10llc Green salted, 6J(8c. Tallow, 6(3)iJc . Beeswax, 52 2tic. Market Bteady. Febru.rfy.. Marca ... April My June.. July Au::urt Septem'ier October N ore moor... Dcceuiber... ...10 21J10.2J . KI..IO 10...7 10.5J Jlo.f.S 10.l7.'AlH.n4 10 Kl'UIII.S'l . ..lU.iki.iilD.'.fT .ii.u'iaiii.i M lO.isvnom ... U.'Jl DAILY BULLKTINfJ. Day Bofore in. if, 10.31m 10.32 10.411 u,KI47 K).li2.'Sin.H3 10.7S..'10.KO l(l.i3.l(l.(l.) 11.081(11.09 n.i7iu.ia Nominal. lO.lfi bid. glkt. Etock- - R"' Qalve.ton Steady. 2.7") W Sl.ilin Now Orleans-. Easy. 17,4i4 10 1-lrt 21,".T7 Mobile . Quiet. l,'.t 10 14.XXI Savannah Virm. ti,ni 10 124,413 Charleston. Quiot. 5,11-M 10 .s2.7') Wiluiinxtun Steady. 7si 10 l-lii as.Slii Norfolk...- Steady. 5.7ir.! 10 3-lo 71,ss;i Baltimore Steady. 3JS 1104 21,073 New York Ouict. uib liC 10 7-10 1JO.I21 Roetorji UuieU S4l 10". i 6.310 Po'.ladoli.hia.. Firm. l.ll"! 10; 6,;VC St. LiMiiW- . :yiiat iw-H lt- 88.441 Antrnsta Quiet. 1,520 J4 V arious.w .....v. - Day's receipts, 1S!.. ..,... ... .41,4'it ' re4eipta,lSS.). .... .. 2si.41i Day's recoi HU.1JS2 . 4, 4 :0 CONSOLIDATED STATCMENI; " This Last Lut Week. Week. Year. lleeeipts.l lay. - - 4t.43 33,013 2i,410 Exports W dr'l Britaiu 8.1SS 12.:t!2 l.i.tufi Exports to Continent... 12.4..K 11.SW fil Stock at all pcrts 8t3.iJH 77j.'282 913.2s! This Last fear- I Year. Year. Before. Receipts inoeept. lst''2,'2"irt,7s:t;2.21-).7w 2,2H,SV, Foreian exporU l,2,.-.ss:i,10H,im:i,247,i6 Stock at U.S. port hl l,'" "43,i.t 7ij,0.l) Increase in receiiite I 41 P' . I !!03 tat'-tra iil(4 41 GO 40 i 45 ai - 10 Taxni-Distfvteprmie bonds ,V.em. StoraaeuoniP. un, A. a 1 rt K. , was ,.,lt on b-.U -.v uil hcaltd over with oewncsn.ana nis health i. excellent in. Oxlethorpe. Ha , Aagust 10, 1981. CANCEROUS FACE. . 1 hove foe tiiriny years (ufcre.l wllhacsneeroui nflsciion on luy which has eeen en'i-n'y re moved by the uiwai' ""b; T';'?." fcp" ,i4. H. H. COl. LI Kit, Indiaa Fyrne. ja., April 10, 1884. CANCER FOR 5 YEARS. A woman with a eancercui nicer yf tf yeart ttandms- and live Inches in diameter, h aeen entirelv relieved by six b.itiles ot ifl t hieoino. leoasider i's effects wnndevf-d. aWst tniraoii loiu. KKV. JBSfcK 11. CAMi'JIKLL, Columbuii, tla., August lu, 1384. Memphis Oas Company sux. U.miAii lio finrit nan V kends .....". v..n. W-t Ot Kon.ls. accrued int'st MemiiLis Water Company (took. 50 Memphis City bonds, old ...- Memphis City evuipromiso bonds .- 70 Memphis City coupons frmn old bonds S, Memphis City oou. from eoev. bonds- 80 Memphis Cty leduer balancol-- J5 Meioiihis City j;m'tioii e0. Jthoods V M-mnhisCiLT nSTine indebtcUnCSS-... 30 Shelby county (Mem. 4k Ohio R. R.) &d00 Shelby county (X. O. li.ii.) Joo., Hhelby county warrant Misstsstppt tevee scrip. W are every day reoelTlnc the most wondt'Tfel veperU from the use of Swift's Spec'iSo in the treatment of Cancer. SnBereri from thU class of diseue chonld not fall to lend for our treatise on Dlood and Skin Diseases and Cancer Treat ment. Oar remedy U entirely vegetable no mer- , no potash, ne ether mlnsral. TH8 6WIFT EPKCIFIC CO., ltrawerS. Atl nta, Oa. ,-ury. a 7 Csart Placs RICE, LOUISVILLE, KY., Wt .v4-A, nis prxucw win l"ruT- tlll. Spi-mtorrAMi. ana ImpotBOj, Wta rveurl of wl;-huaa in TCtir. awTira, ri'-cw im mtv yrr,r sKr cr4t4, twd titTHluntl w ..WTn trsjn-t: rww--WKrw., SrOili.Jtl fcmt tni.iil trhitw bv mii, imittinst l S.ftlil, IVfsX.n WcwHfy, Hif . tn P-V, Wt'lww f I-, A-s-ltl-w) tn SOfMy Ot ti1r) t .rf,'t.tfw'n, Irt--, U tf t.uftl VWf tki!., MMrtl jrrUr nifrT' r wttrtupny. W""iR.wl tki! jxrm-, i'y r.. SVPHIJ-.15 Hiyc.M4fv - t4 ?v r-vt.) u : 'U.ts. GonorvhesVt 4t,E-t7X. lrtrWr4, r, .tW. 1l'f"! IT Hop I Urt), II.-, . . lb,-' ywiwwiw Aim q.t.-ll f.rH, t w e!t -.,- lhU f.hykiss. wlt ift.B TwoUl MU Uorvtnwl) trtkMfj M i.wt Mid Wattng thtm.wH- M- ilV yir- fj-tPwM saltl. Pkvtln -nww'i thi Ifcrt t fUm Tlme .4wea 4 iff Wklllik'.wi.-Hi l.u i . rity tW uiW K wttMa. cjw lw mux pc.VMtl m4 sfti-ty by lo-it r tM iV-wtrwr CnrM Guar&utwrfHi ia all Cmm CawlUU -.rwtVU.lW W "f I-. fw- t,'Wvi rwtwvvtvtaKlo Mti cwrweoB.ls.wi Hrti-lly ft JtHUkt. a PRIVATE COUNSELOR V ttwl riff, twnt ta -, wi fw mtmiX. twt iMrty dWi op. . HuMMkiruflHTail. A4drm w-j--w OtCW tMfifhaati. M.htl'. M. hn-.IMIt. Wuiesf f Vse after eatlnr. for Indinrs VvJfc ? vvwinn. A pertect substitute E3 f HT''V "" tobacco. Ask your drne 114 II H W eist or confectioner t'r Col-I-l run's ircnnine and ordinal tl "f f I"TII Tolu," manufactured HLWiiswVW hyCoUan A McAfee, Louis- etlle, Ky. ersvoauipl bundle by mail on re ceipt of six wiiU. nil HI. K. PR ATT. Ut. SMITH. PRATT GIN CO. 100 Poplar SU, Sosmpltla. Tens. Manufacturers ef tbe Pratt Rsvclving-Head Cot'n Gin Feeder. mjhI Tsnlenerwv Prlee .( &.volylne-H.a4 ins reiuce.l iv;,r-v;vr- E roist r.ciii iiuiier...!.,......,. vyr-; - l-'eedere so. Ml aatl -aw. !; Li.r SI per saw Cedei.sera.au s . ' par saw (l,o rcrartrx aoae te order. All work tnr- .(.' n r i -ii. . 67 70 ,wo a !I0 taiii 1'HV M bo- M o U s MllU- lirJS'aiot IP w we opt L,evoe crip to Pioneer Cotton Mills m SW Cot. Jk. bail, bonds, ae. int. added- bar 4 -ay TcilcarrsivK. Nsw Yonif, November 22. Money easy atl($l! per ceiif.! cJosing offered at 1 pt)r oent. rrintd mereantilts paper. 6' ;'Hl per inl, Hterling exchange bankers bills tirm, 4lt! darnnnd, 4aril. Bonds lioveramnt3 firm. Railways generally firm. Mate secu iUw4 ouiet. Weekly Bank Statement Loans, de crease, ;l,OU),.0O; specie, increase, (I15,IKM); legal tenders, increase, fsS, 3iXi; deposit, incroaso, $o,'10,700; circula tion, decieace, f-V.'SViOO; reberve, increase, $2,771,825. ltaiiss o;y hold f 40,240,050 in excess of legl requii-emtfiiL,. Mocks JBusinePS at the Stock Exchange Uict, sales to-day fiioting np only 1 l"i 00O slta."'"-,ne smallest total lor any day of the k. ,t the opening, and for the brst fifteen minutes C 'H,"!? market was irregular, but before 1 1 ? a ti rm tone prevailed and prices moved op t to 1 1 per cent.. Central Fafiflc and ' grangers Ieadiug. Central Taciti j rose to 3."r, Notthwestern to SO, and St. Paul to 77J. The improvement in the remainder of the list was merely fractienaL Later on Uiere was a weaker feeling, and a de cline oi f to ij iock place on reports ot a further cut in rates and unfavorable rumors concerning the Ijtke Shore divi dend. Trunk lines wtre the greatest eutlerers, New Yrk Central fall ing oil from S7 to ST.j, and Lake Shore from wi to 65.. North western declined i, to SSj; St. Taul i, to 7i; and Lackawanna , to 10 ij Near the close there was a recovery of i to i per cent, except for the Northern Pa cific, preferred, which continued weak at 42(oJ42i. The market closed steady. Reading sold down from 22 J to 2l22, on the announcement that an injunction hud been served on the otlicials c f the Jersey Central restraining them from giv ing auy more securities to the Reading Company. Compared with last night tho closing prices are 1 to j per cent, higher, except for Lake Miore, New York" Central, Northern Pacific preferred, Read ing and Texas Pacific, which ere J to j per tent, lower; Western Union, Michigan Central, Kansas and Texas and Rock Island are unchanged. Of the trans actions to day were 20,000 Lackawanna, 10,000 Lake Shore, 25,000 Northwestern, 14,000 New York Central, 20,000 St, Paul. The closing quotations were as follows: covins UKXT. IT. S. V. 101. 4.l 22'i. 114 'a. Paciuo 03 of 1S96, 128. BOKIlS. CP. firsts, 9?;. T. P. LMidrrnnta, 37. Erie seconds, M 'i. T. 1'., Hio U. div.. ol;. Lebieb A Wilkes., S3';, t). V. brtts, 11'. Louisiana consols. 74'. U.P. land (ran Is, fiVi. Mlssoarios, 11. P. sink, tand, llj. St, Joeepb, Ho. Viraiaiaos, 4.1. St. P. A S.C. arsu.116. Va. con., ex-m. ., SI. Tens, as, old, 40. Vs, consols did., 5. leaa. be, new, Tocxa. Adams Express, 132. Mobile A Ohio, f ' ;. AMeabeny Central, 3. Morria A Kssex, 1-2. .lilt. t..al., :i',. N.J. Cntral, 42. ".1. A W. i fd, 20. Northern Pacitic. 18. Narth'a Pac, pfd. 42. N urtbweetera, S'1,. Nortiiwostern rfd. 125. N. Y. Centred, tyi'4. Ohio Centra4.2 Ohio A MisMaeippi. liit4. UB10 Miss. m, .il. Ontario A Westera, 11 . Oreaon N avicaticn . Til. Oreiron Irene.. 13'h trreeon Imp., 2Va. Pacinc Mall, M. Paoaiaa, i'.s. P.. O. A E.. 12;. Pittebera, s;1,. Pullman Pal. Car, W. Heeding. 22' Kuek Island. 8 St. L. A S. P., 'J'S St. L. A S. F. ptd.30. SU L.AS.P lstpld. 2. St. Paul, 7('.'-,. . St. Pan I ptd, ft1;, . St. P. M. A M., M'V St. Paul A Oiaaba. 2S'.j .t. Peal'A tl. !.(. 'Al. TeiasPuiee, 1 11-. t'nion Paeitc, Ml. D.S. Kxprees, ;2. W.. St. L. A P..4k St. L.A P prf. IVi ..100 Liverpool spobs at uoou were quoted lvsines3 good at unchanged rates, with sales of 12,000 bales, of which fJ'JOO were American. Ksceipts, 8000 bales, of which 7000 were American. At 12: Ordinary, 5Jd; good ordinary, 5 5-16d ; low middling, 5 9-1 (id ; good mid dling, 5Jd ; uplands, 5ijd ; Orleans,5 15-10d. Liverpool futures Rt noon were flit at decline; November I ecember, 5 4!)tVld; Decemlier-January,5 47-4541 ; January-February, 5 50i64d ; February-March, 5 52-64d ; March-April, 5 5;i-C4d; April-May, 5 00 64d; May-June, (id; June-July, 4-04d. At 2: N overaber, 5 47-64d, sellers; Nor vcmber-December, 5-47-64d, sellers; Do-cember-Jannary, 6 47-041, value ; January February, 5 50-04d, Eellers; February March, 5 53-64d, sellers; March-April, 5 5o-l4d, buyers; April-Mav, 5 Ol-'ild, sel'. tc; MayJune, 5 ti3-04tf, buyers; June July, (Kt-tild, v.tlue. i utnros el"wl stead v. 0ENEKAL THA.UE. BBEAUSlXrFH. Cobh Whilo, 5'ic; mixed, 5'Jc, from store. Fromlevee or iLjpot; round lott in bulk, shelled white, new, 4oc ; mixed new, 40c ; now ear, 40c. Hat Strictly qhoise, from store, 80c ; prime, 70c; pra;rie, 50c; pound lola from Ieve-4W depot, choice, $13 50 ; primo, 310 11; praise, is. , Flocb From store triple extra, $3 2; family, $.1 50; choice, $l 15; fancy, J4 35ta4 &0; extra fancy, $4 Wmyl 75; pat ents, $55 50: round lots froia levee or track 10(50c clienper. Ita from store, 80fTfS55 per cwt; round lots frbUj l6',ce. $13 fi0t314 per ton. OoRMMaAL Standard, 52 'JVO; pearl, $3 lii 00 from tor ; 5c clwapor from mill, levee or truck. OaTMxu. Ia half barrols, $3 75 t frota Etora. CaA-cato 7ite.,t In half barrels, H 50 4 75 from stoiisr ' ats Whita, 43c; mixtsa, e,c .rpm store. Round lota from levee white, sacked, 40c ; mixed, sacked, 30c. -vtcurT ahd UBiTS from store, jvjoo Li. 3 75 "- - -"j:; CaroUna, 7 Rick Louisiana, ojv. 7ic ---.. bans Navy, $2 2j ; medium. 32 : con.- , mon, $1 50(42. ouisvillk, November 22. Wheat dull ; lonaberry. 7Sc : No. 2 red winter. 74c. Corn No. 2 white, 43j: No. 2 mixed, 44c Oata No. 2, 2SJc ... CiNciiiMATi.November 22. Flour stead v : family, S3(V3 35 ; fancy, $3 05fS4. Wheat firm ; No. 2 red winter," 7o(o: 7oc. Corn dull ; Ao. J mixed, JS.H'i ii'Jc Oats stronger; No. 2, 2Si(iis2S3e. Kyo steadv ; No. 2. 54c. Bariey firm ; extra No. 3 fall, ti8S,i70c St. Loins. November 22. Receipts Flour, 4000 brls; wheat, 58,000 bn; corn. 28,000 bn; oata, 25,000 bu; rye, 2000 bu; barley, 34,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 12, 000 brls ; wheat, 21 ,000 bu ; corn, 1 0,000 bu ; oats, 1000 ba ; rye, 1000 bu ; bai ley, -TOO bu. Kaphas City. November 22. Wheat higher; cash, 51 lo bid, 51c asked; De cember, 2c; January, 53Jc. Corn higher; cash, 27(o.2Sc; leeember, 203c asked; the year, 2a asked; January, 2ac bid ; May, 27c. Oats dull and nominal ; 22c bid, 23c asked. Chicago, November 22 Just before the close on Change to-day the failure "u William Riddle, broker, was announced. No statement was mads and it is thought the failure is only a small one. Receipt Flour. 10,1)00 brls ; wheat,147,-00-1 bu ; corn, 225,0.) 1 bn ; oata, 107,000 bn ; ryu, t500 bu; barley, 54,000 bu. Ship ments Flour, 32,000 brls; wheat, 15,000 bu; com, 24 4,000 bu ; oata, 81,000 bu; rye, 21,000 bu; barley, 24.000 bu. . v.--a -r . ; . m v" ' '.v' 'ii'PLv. v...-,a Vyr',:- " j' ' a S.V'- .1 . n. Alton A Terra 11 A. A T. 11 Ptd. 7.i. American kapress U..C, K. A N ., .2 Canada iaci6e. 41 . Caneaa Soathern, U'4. t-leatral Pacific, :u'a. Dbeeaiieake A tiltiu. 47 C, A O. 1st ptd. l.l. (.. 1V.H piu, 3. Cbicatro A Alton. 129. 0. A A. pld. 14... JU., a. a u., ii'.i. l, M. bJttli U., 81. St. L. A P.. 7. C. St. L. A P. rt.l,15. ;.. San. t;.. 2-i. S. A C. 32. Del. AUud..;. lei.k Lack.. 1"7. lsenyer A K10 ., S7;. Krie. I '.. Krie I Id, ast tennensee, 4'n. KastTeun. pld, "'. fori Wayne, Uannibel . StTjoe.MS II. A St. J. pfd. e8i. Harlem, 1. ttoeetoa A Texas, 31 . Illinois Central, HO. I..B. A W.. 1... ftkansas A Texas, l.V1. Lake Krie A West.. 12. Lake hoora d tyvt Ml a, ' VWa.Ma.p-a ws It TI 4 41 1 pJi2 switl.4si.Te.iea., 1 i.dllo.-'M .0li4-0. S ki. R'-m ii i i r.mtmrr Court of Shelby V iii'i. T in. J. I. alondouico. s.lminis- I r trt ..,f Vk'.n. k.Xine.)c.st)i.,vs. lbs ken- I X .! Vanolscinriiia Coiooany i a. 1 1 i i nir Irom an order of (Vurf In tins I T t ml II is ..-ocei-,l:nK InslituLcd to w;nd Vied 4a li.e uiiirs ot His KonniTaw bi.- Ciiany si an i Ivet.t riarli ' r Insolvent H.asoT Ilie nam "i , , ;,- . lo r. loie or irci tbat sli p.ir'io iU:rtl- SAIfS Ot J-.V iuW'rcnid ihcrfiH ;t.;ihe (I'OU But- . .v. praVtOttS - , i "T n,, 1. u ,,r l-oi hi. it. t J-ii.i V lsv.. and lis r tho'fvi.j . loiso )r'!iiv!iloo ' ' ... :.: uof I.,. i,u' " . A.-(;d. I Lou is?. A Nahv., 24'i. Wells A Farao's Kx L ,N. A. A Chi., 10. VV ester liuion.fi'.;a Ma. A Cin. 1st pld, 10. Hemaetake, liar. A Cm. 2d lift. 5. 1 1ron Silver, . Mew. A Chariton.',, 'Ontario, IK. Michiaran Central . Quicksilver, S. Minn, fe St L.. II1.. 'Quicksilver pfd, SO. Minn. A IK. L. pld. 2'.'; t Souther n I'acltt 0, . Mlsseeri Pacific,' citro. 14. Asked. 15a sJes. lEx-div. Ntw Oblkaml November 22 Sight ex change on New York, $ I x-r $1000 pre- ... v c 1 v .l ,.: 11- ZliZl oteriiiig casual 10 L'tuift-ui n uiiui. 4Mi,. . London. November 22. Erie, 13; Erie seconds, 53J ; New York Central, wo J ; Mi nnis Central, 110; Pennsylvania tVntral 52S; Heading, IJf; Canada l'acific, 4oJ Si. Paul, 74. Taws. Novemlwr 23. Kanttss, 7Sf, 70c T11E COTTON MAllKETS. Tli local market openad and closed qnioL with quotations l-ltie: refined weak: standard A. oS(u55 ll-lfic; granulated, tit l-10c. Molasses quiet and nominal. Nkw Orleans, November 22. Coffee in good demand and steady: Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 7,(")ilJ5. Sugar in good demand; firm; common to good common, 3(i3ic; fair to fully fair, 33,3gc; prime, SJttjSic; yellow clarified, 4f)4c; granulated, 5 20. Molaaaes dull and lower; Lgood to cooimon, 1820c; fair, 25c; prime to cboice, s:s()40i. C'tilcuaro Urals mnil I'roviton Markets. IsracixLTo thb arrr.AL.1 Chicago, November 22. Changes in condition were very slight to-day as com pared with yesterday's transactions in all branches of trade the greatett being about 1(213 advauce in wheat. Light advances were effected in spot corn late ia the day, but the rally did not check ths decline in future dealings. The pro vision market is still depressed, and closed lower all round. The hog market also continues weak, and closed lower. The opening and closing prices of the day were as follows: Corn spot. 3!) J 8. 40c; January, 312c, 313c; year, 3lc, 3;c asked. Wheat sp-jt. 73.!, 73Jc; December, 73Jc, 743c; January, 73Jc,75c. Oats December, 251c, 25Jcsclling; year, 25Jc, 25, a; January, 23Jc,25Jc selling. Pork spot, $11, $11 25 ; January, $10 80, $10 77; year, $10 70, $10 02. I.ard spot, iti 1)0, $( S2J; January, $G72i,S0 70. Clear rib sides spot, $5 75, $5 CO ; Jan uary, $5 60, $5 524. liogs $3 804 30. The speculative markets on 'Change during the week just closed have been largely in the hands of local scalpers. Prices have bobbed up and down within a narrow range and finish without any de cided a i vantage having been gained by either bulls or bears. There seems to be a general feeling that it would be better foT all concerned if the market were on a higher basis, and there hu been a good deal of miscellaneous effort to put it there, but without any great degree of success. The situation has lacked leader ship of a bold and positive character. Wheat started on tbe down grade just as it has started for a number of weeks past. Nat Jones, Barchard. Ross and the Adamses were selling. Indeed, this same crowd have of late opened the week with a scalp on the bear Bide, and knowing ones say they work on the theory that as the "boys" pretty generally even up each Saturday night the market is in a condi tion to be easily depressed Monday morning. This week a fair num ber of tailers joined in with them and prices sagged oft" steadily until checked by the posting of Secretary Stone's visible supply figures, 1 bowing an increase of only 1,500,000 bushels for the week. Thb seemed to indicate that the continued predictions of te eivers were to be realized and that the amount of grain coming forward was really on the de crease. Arthur Orr, 15a rues, Blifs and Wright took hold, and by liberal pur chased have succeeded in keeping the market if not advancing at least firm arid buoyant. Gossips, too, say that Armour has done considetable buying all along, and when questioned this morning he shook his head and remarked: "When the situation gets so bad that nobody wants the stuff, that's the inie to lay in a supply. lhe feature ot the week in. the corn crowd has been the, steady and rapid de cline in the November option which has followed the gradual recovery of the ''shorts" from fears that a squeeza had been prepared for them. Futures have ruled steady. There is undoubtedly an immense amount of corn in the csnntry. but comparatively little of it has yet come forward, and that little has been decidedly poor- conservative men, however, pre diet that when once the crop commences to move Ireely values will drop .i'aoo in short order, and are advising sales on all nard spots. Provisions have been steadily held. The early receipts of hogs, which were the largest of the year, rather staggered hold ers at firft, but, led by "Hutch," they took Mold briskly, and as later the mini bur of arrivals at the yards was consider ably smaller a better fueling sprung np. January pork and lard are the favorite deals. Mt. iKkal Gratia and Pravisiloa Markets), UpxoiAi to TBI arrtaL.l St. Louis, November 22. The provi 8ian market continues dull and depressed, and closed with farther declines. In the grain department, wheat for present and .tare delivery developed some life and scored advances on the day. Spot corn went off, but January and year transac tions scored advances. Cornmeal is quiet and shaded. Flonr is also quiet but on Chan ed. Thejroduce market reports lo changes in tone or values. Hogs closed lower. Others unchanged. Ths details of to-day's prices at the close were as follows: Cora opened at 30c, and closed at 3l!c selling. Year opened at 33Jc bid, and closed at 33c selling. January opened at 32c, and closed at 32jc selling. Wheat opened at 74c bid, and closed at "Hlc selling. January opened at 77c, and closed at 78c Year opened at 74Jc bid, aud closed at 74c bid. - Oats cpened at 24fc, and closed at 2(lcseirirlg forsriota. Year opened at24fc bid, and clesad at 2ricrsellin. Pork cloted on SI i; lard at $0 75, and clear rib sides $5 00. FHour quiet ; $2 20fli3 00 for double extra to fancy; cornmeal quiet at $2 102 15; potatpijs rm, 5?S(rM.-c and onions quiet, l. ' - Hogs, $3 90(3,4 30. PJETROE.E97.T1 HlKliCI'. Coal-Oil Prime while, w'r.o'c3..'e lots. 13c per gallon. Cleveland, O., November 22. Petrol eum steady; s.w., 110, 7 Jc. Baltimoce, November 22. Petroleum nominal; refined, 77c PiTTsniTBo, Pa., November 22. Oil drill but firm; tradint; very iiht; opened at 72, a ivanced to 72J, broke to 72,!, rallied to 72, and at 1 o'clock 723 w-:a bid. No news of impoitacr.e from the field. WlilSSix. ." Wines Imported port, SI 5OY3; s'nsr. ry, $1 fxK35; champaim-9 Araanc.tT -tra, $73; Piper lletdVtc.k. Sr.;aV!7; Mumm's extra dry, S29(5)'Hl ; Raedeirer. f 29 31; Ve.Cliquot, $.ll(g3".; claret, S3. 75 13 per box; Catawba, i-l' por ca-"4. Whiskt Straight Bourbon, $1 fX:V'; rye, $1 757. Chicago, November 22. Whisky steady, $1 13. St.Louis, November 22. Whisky sleady, $1 12. Cincinnati, November 22. Whisky steady, $111. B.U.TIMORK. November 22. Whisky steady, $1 1S1 19. New Oki.eans, Novombor 22. Whieky steady; We-tern rectified, SI 05 1 25. UVE-NTOCU niXKKL Oattlb Choice corn-fed to extra, per lb..Uu7V4c; good, 334rc Grass Cattle Choice, 34c per lb: gocd, 3-'c; fair to medium, 2j(n31c: common, l2c. Hoos Ciioici light, 150 to 200 lbs., 5f) 51c ; choice heavy, 4 j5c ; common, 40 4Jc. Sheep Choice sheared, 3Si3c per lb ; medium, 3(3 ic per lb; common, per head, $1(1 50 per head; choice hjnibs, per lr., 5c. Cowa and Calves Choice milch cows with young calves, per head, J30$40; medium, $20S:$25. 'St. Loins. November 22. Hogs lower and Blow; Yorkers, $3 !)04 20 ; packing, $4r-f)4 25; heavy, $4 2(KM 35. Receipts, looo head ; shipments, 000 head. Uattie nothing doing doing for want of a sup ply. Receipts, 200 head. Chicago, November 22. Hogs receipts, 1 7,000 head ; prices 5c lower : light, $3 804 25; rough packing, $3 85 10; heavy packing and shipping, $4 15 4 30. Cattle receipts, 2500 head, mostly Texans; common natives, market weak; common to fair shipping, $3 255 40; me dium to tzood, SobOtoJb; export, 5i(2)ti 50 ; Texan, $3 103 81. Sheep receipts, 1000 head : steady , common to good, $2(WV4. Kassas City, November 22. The Lire Stock Indiator rerorts: Cattle receipt., 1000 head; barelv steady; exports, $5 OOfTr) 6 25; good to choice shipping, $5 40035 75; common to medium, 44 80(o. 30; feeders, $3 75fo,4 25; tows, $3 25; grass Texas steers," S3 203 93; Colorado half-breed steers. $:i 40(34 40 ; New Mexico steers, $3 ?0( 4. Hogs receipts, 3000 head; weak, and 1015c lower ; lots, 235 to 200 pound', $3 95t 10, mainly $4. Sheep receipts, 595 head ; quiet; fair to good, $2 903 50. NEW TOEK SB HOODS MAKKET. New York. November 22. Ia cotton gixnl?, especially, wide sheetings and bleached shirting", some revimxl prices Lave stimulated distribution by ageot3 of very good quantities. In brown and col ored gootls the market is steady, prices showing more steadiness. Woolen fabrics have been quiet in general demand. lifffilis 1 r A-a - ra- 11 Jl 11 lil 11 iif -THE 5 BESTTQHIC. ? This medicine, combining Iron with pore teectalile tonicu, quickly and completely t urn Uvaprrmliu I il'Kentlon, Wenkncam in pure Blood, Jlaji. rlmC'htUa and Kevera, and Nrnrnlaia. , It is an unfailinff remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys nnd l.hsiT. . It ia invaluable for piseasea pecnlinr to Women, and all M lio lead sedentary iircs. 1 1 does not inj ore tli! teeth , cause hcadache.cT prodiK-e coiisiipntian other Iron mediciurx tin. Itenrtchcsand pnririca thcblood.stlmulatM the Rppctitc, aids the assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength ens the mnseles. and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equaL A3- The frenuine has aliove trade mark and crossed red Hues on wrapper. Cake no other. lyky BKOWI ClltllCAL CO, B1LT ! OKK, X D. STE4MBOATS. SPECIAL-FOR WHITE RiVER. 1TEAMKR JOB VETEU., havini -h O recn unayoidsblv d-tnir:ed. -" f-rtif-gtr LKAVB TlflS iSCiiOAYl MORMid at 11 o'clock, for all points on White river. M. K 11AKKY. Master. Spscial Notice to Shippers. AFTER November 11, TBI, the Wjjc-rf steamer Kene JlrcrenJy will 1 1 'iBii withilr-.w from tl-.e .-3t Kmncia river trade, on ac count of low water, and the steamer James Lee will take all freight and passengers on MON DAY, connecting with the steamer P. 11. Keller for all points on St. Francis river. Through rates and bills of lading will fce given, same aa befom, autii further noti-e. J M K T.EK, Ja.. Snp't FOR CAIRO AND ST. 1jUIS. I. n. I ; ato tn I leal'!, I Hill of 1 ,! V a--d V oncbaugftd, ami bales, including 000 Dai 4vojni; all to spinners. st(HU''.ns 1 l'te '." JTesterdaf irl - ' t- ..iii. fi'e- OrwiW?., -w, ' ..1 tl .tii ')r li r ,Tv,'J. K " 1 t 1 Low Ytuauaii .. . . Middling PBOVlSIU.S. Bottbb Creamery, 30(A32c ; fancy, 34c; dairy, 22(o2Uc ; medium. ltifmlSc; butter- ine. 11)200; country, lrki. Cheese rnmo Hats, SGa'Oc i . 1 . lac- torv, 11c; full cream, 14c; i. A., 14c. Mess f oek il- oW,1.5 per tMtrrw ; tmgar- cared hams, packed, llifeirJJc; breakfrust bacon. Wi(")i lc; clear rib bacon, . Bi'LK Pobk Clear sides. ; clear rib sides, tigOiNliic; shoulders, 5(5, lio. Labo Tierces, 7sc; halt barrels, 8c; kerts.8 c; backets. 8ic; half-buckets, Ui 2rt-lb tins, 8c; 10-lb t;us,8if3'8jc; 5-lbtina, S;e;3-!b tiEa,Sc; cboioe kettle, 8;c Cincinnati, November 22. Pork qniet. $12 50. ljird easier, tc. Bulk meats .lull; shoulders, 5c; short rib. Oil. Bacon qniet; shoulders, uAc; short rib, Sr; short clear, bjc. Htittertlull;creameiy, (oiic; dairy, 17tfd8c Locisvn.i.K, November 22. Provisions dull. Mess pork nominal. Bulk meats shoulder?, 5i; clear rib, 7e; clear sides. c. Bacon sho dders .c; clear rm, bjc; sides, 0c Lard prime steam leaf, 9c Sugar-cured hams, l.yjl.ic New Ouleaiss, November 22. rork dull and lower, $12 25. lrtl tierce retinetl, 7c Bulk meats iu fair demand; shoul ders, packed, "!c; long clear and clear rib, OJc Bacon dull and Ijwer; clear riband long clear, 8( s ic Sugar-cured hams dull and easier; new. 12c. HKWCKKIEN. Coffee Common, lic: brdtnaT, 10 (SilOic; prime Rio, 12(d21e; choice, 13 Qi)15v ; old government, l'lX3)2Sc. Sdqab Pure white, Hir;; off whit, (Wo tijc: vellow clarified, 5Jy!tia; onen ket tle, 6(.?5c; retired A, il; granulated, OjU'Ttfc; powdored, Sc; cut loaf, 8c. MOLASSES Louiti'uma. common to fair, 25(S30c ; prime to choice, 35(i)45c ; fancy, 50c; syrup, 30(i10c; ceutrifutral, prime to choice, S345c; common to lair, 5(a):(fc. BAOOINU ANI TlaM lUgfliltg, juto, 9i lljc; flax, lOQlOjc, according to weight. Ties, $1 SotrU SVi. Soar 83(o)ln per ponnd. Canplks Full weight, K;jc, Tobaoco Common, 11 -inch, SS'jiaSe; othsr grades in styles, S.V.i,:HV, Snnfl U arret i?s, $11 p'r cjjmi; Pt'phe's, $10 25 per case ; railroad, $'.) S5(A10. Salt Per car-load, $1 3tKl 35 per bar iwl;Sl M in sacks; pen kets, bleached, 2j(a) 7c; coarsH, l aa; Cir-ioaua irom levee or HOVSEHtlLU CPrl.IES. Yeqetables Ouions.yellow, new Louis iana, $1 752 per barrel. Potatoes .fr 1 T.fll ll. 1miiA. 7rif. nf.r 1 nr. Irisn, i o.2. Cabbago. rel. Sweet potatoea, Krant. home-grown, $4fS7 per 100 heatujr.. -' . new, Cj5 oO per barrel : .((iJ -o per hall barrel, (jarlit!, $1 per 100. Apples Choice and medium. $2 50.a 3 25 onr barrel. Dried aDples. 5t?T oer pound from etore. Dried peaches, 7(j from store. Pickles, medium barrel, (5! 7 60; half-barrel, $44 25; pint jars, $1 25 per dozen ; quart jars, l per dosen. A)03 c. Poultbt Old hens, $2 753 ; largo young, $3; medium young, $15002 60; small young, $ld 50. fSEHH Mcats xieef dood K.anaa.a Uitv steers, heavy, 7c; light, 7c; cows and heifers, 6()7c; mutton, 7c; mutton, saddes, Sc; lambs, 10c; pork, 8c Fruits Oranges, $0 per barrel ; Lou isiana, 3 per box. Lemons, per box, and easier. Catawba grapes, 1-Jc per pound; Concord, 8c per pound; M alaua. 8 per barrel. Jiananas, $1 250 per hunch. Cocoannts, $45 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, 10c; Ten nessee. 7c; roasted, 2c higher; shelled, 10c Almonds, 18(jr20c Texas pecans, xW 1 5c ; A rkanRAA. Afoitit.- Rnirlinh walnnta. 12o: Naples, lHc. Filberts, 14c. Brazil nnts, 8c. Kaisms London layers, $J 753; Imperial, $3 75(j)t. Brandy cherri3, $3 3 25 per dozen. Cideb Missouri, $7 50 per barrel and $4 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, $7 25; Kentucky half-barrels, $4 50. Vinegar, ll($15c per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, $1 ; No. 2, 90c; 15-lb. No. 3. 80c; half-barrel. $5(S3. White fish, No. 1, per barrel, $0; half-bar rel, fti; ball-barrel, family, 3 00. COTT4ai-!ir.E. Cottoh-Skko Oil In car-load lots. on rue crime t. s. oil. olc: prime sum mer yellow, 37(ft3Sc; Miner's, SSc; choice cooking summer yellow, 38C440c; choice conking winter yellow, 48c. Less than car-load lots: Prime summer yellow, 40i42c; Miner's, 40fS42c; choice coi)kng summer yellow, 4'2ioiljc; choice winti.r yellow, ('liotk". Cotton-Seed Meal Prime,f.o.b.,$1850 Of 19 per ton. UoTTON-EEn. Uotton-seed, rauroaa sacked, $10 50 per ton, delivered ; wagon seed delivered. slO 50 per ton : nver seed on bank, $s per ton. Rates established by Memphis Cotton-Seed (llearinghonse. LUMBEM MAKKET. The following are the wholesale pricw of lucitR:r in tins market: TiMBaa Poplar. S5(9; cvnvWB. XnVa cotlonwoo.1, $2 50(3)3 ; gum, $3(3)4 ; oak, $6 ('; ash, $7(iS; black walnut, $2tk"'ia PorLAit 1 in., 1st and 2d clear, jl ; 1 J and ? ia., 1st aud 2d clear, $24; common board, $13 5X.i;i4 : si linii strips, 1 Jrti. lace measure. 1st and 2d clear, $-2; ceilm, lxrlin.. 1st and 2.1, $21 ; droned, 1, 1, and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $27 oOf.'k);'1 cummuo dressed, 1 in., Jl t0. Cvpbrss 1, li and 2 in., lot and clear, $27; common, $15; fenevng, 1x3, It ft,f!8. Black Walnct 1st and 2d. 1, 1J anl ? in., $.5 ; common, $.(); cults, 25.0. Abu 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $22 5 1 common, $15(3)16. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $20 : 0 "5 common. 1 and 2 in.. $15(3)10. Yellow Pins l.lian t 2 in., 1st and 2d. $25: drossod. $:ii; fliiorine. 5 and tt in. $25; flooring, S and 4 in., $27 fx); heart step lumber, $:5(340; i ceiling, $25; ceil ing. $22 50; 4 ceiling, fc'O. St. loo I. and Xcw Orlean Anchor Line 17.BV. Mll FOR CAIRO ANO ST. LOUIS City of Vicksbiirg, T,-r Fil, master. 'j3r2 Vili -leave-Irom Ue l.ee SnjiDAVv Suy. 22d, at 10 a.jn. For lreijLV or p.;.iee.i.plj.i 0. L.HAU..P1--S. Act, A I) STi)KM,Sqp. Cor llicktnsin, 4'nlro, 1st. I.onls nud nil way lanuinsr btoamtir Charles Morgan .c- Ja. O'Nca' master, r4atj?? '-ve from Tn Wli, Nov. o7 . fXT.' m l cr 1 reight or passage appiy to Ht.lMain and Sew Orle-" "i " U.S.Sfall FOK CA1KU AIM" 1ST. . City ot Helena, M 1 'i.rd masrer. - Will leave from the Levee TUESDAY, Nov. 2rth, at 10 a m. For freight or passage apply to C. L. It si t.. Pan. Agt. AH f 1 "n.-vi, citio i. Red GtTM 2ds. $17 50; common, $-i(3! I Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run, cu'.ls out, $1011. Lath Poplar, $1 00; cyprpss. $2. SntNtstM Ko. 1, sawAdortihaved,$4 50 sawed or Shaved saps, $3. FOR VICKSBURG. SLLenlsand Hew Wrlcsns arl:er Line 1 . p. aii rutt viuK&uuAtw. Belle Jlein phis VT.Tm master. ' Will leave troro Wnsrfboat SLNOAi. iSov. 2:'.d, at 10 a.m. For freight orpassare apply to C. L. Haul, rass. Akt. u c1un.11, PUP l RIVER NEWS. STEAMEkM LEAVINI4 THIS DAT. Whita River ..Job Parma, Harry, 11 a.m. Vicksburg BxLxt Mimphis, McKee. 10 a.m. New Orleans C't NitObi.iaxh, Carter, 10 a.m St. Lonia Citt Vioxsbceo, Keith, 10 a.m. St.Louis'.- Cms. Moaoax, O'Neal, 10a.m. MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Friars Point Jauss Ln, Monday, 5 p.m. Arkansas City Katb Adams. Monday, 5 p.m. Osceola ... .Coahoma, Monday, 6 p.m. Tiptonville... Gatoso, Monday, B p.m. Vicksburg.. Will S. 11a ts, Tuesday, 5 p.m. Vicksburg ...C'T Phovidixcx, Tuesday .10 a.m St. Louis .....C't or Hn.ni, Tuesday. 10 a.m. NOVEHEOTS AT THE LEVEE. Arrival. James Lee, Sriars Point; Joe Peters, White river. D-parlura. James Lee, Friars Point. Boat in Port. Joe Peters. Boats Due Dotm. Gayoso, Coahoma, Belle Memphis and City of New Orleans. Boats Due Up. Charles Morgan City cf Vicksburg, Kate Adams, James Lee, Will S. Hays and City of Helena. Kcelpts Yesterday. James Let? 393 bales cotton, 71 bags eeed-cotton, 571 sks seed, 41 brls oil and 30 pkgs sundries. Joe Peters (brought out of White river) 799sbales cotton, 100 bdls shingles and 13 pkgs sundries. ' futi'be movehehth. The Anchor Line packets Tuesday morn ing are the City of Providence, for Vicks burg, and the City of Helena, for St. Louis. Thb Bolle Memphis, Capt. I. II. McKee, is the Anchor Line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. II. IC Corby n is her clerk. Thb Charles Morgan, Capt. Jas. O'Neal, in the Anchor Line, will pass up this morning at 10 o'clock for Cairo ' and St, Louis. Elliott Miller is her clerk. Thb Coahoma, Capt. Henry Cooper, is the packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Osceola and the npper bends. Will Srnither and Chas. Bourne are her clerks. Tub Anchor Line steamer City of New Orleans, Capt. A. J. Carter, will pass down this morning at 10 o'clock for New Or leans and all intermediate landings. Archie Woods is herclswi. Tim Gay.wo. Cpt '.V. P. Tlal!, is the packet Monday evei;.g ;?.'5 o'clock for Hales Point, Tipfofcvirla ui d nil way land in cs. Col. J. . Fuller has thai go of her olHce, assisted by Jessa V u4. Tiik Kate Adams, Capt, Mark R Cheek, is the United States mail packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas Citv and all way landings. W. C. Blenker is in her office, assisted by A. Banksmith, l.y Price and Rufua Fostor. The James Lee, Capt. Thos. Clactt, ia the packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and all way land icga. Piatt Rhodes ia her clerk, assisted by Will Ashford, Will Darragh and Geo. Cunningham. Tub W ill S. Hays, Capt Ed Nowland, is the packet Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock for Greenville, Vicksburg and all way landings. James N. Thompson is in her ollice. The Hays will connect at Vicks burg with the J. M, White for New Or leans and packets for .Yazoo and Talla hatchie rivers. Tub Joe Peters, Capt. Milt R, Harry, having been unavoidably detained by bad weather, fog and low water, will leave this morning at 11 o'clock for all points on White river.Jgoing through to Newport and makiDg connections with packets for upper White and Black rivers. A. J. Mc Coimell has charga of her olticejassisted by Hugh Smith. - - okhebal nmwm. Rati at last. Business dull. , , Tmbbb was business in that rain last night. , Only two arrivals and one departure yesterday. - Maj. JonN D. Adams left for Little Rock by rail yesterday. Steamers afloat bad a hard time last night, and no doubt many had to go to bank. Receipts by river yesterday, 941 bales of cotton, 71 bag of cotton-seed and 571 sacks of cotton-seed. ' .- Tna James Lee got away for Friars Point about noon yesterday, and will re turn ny leaving time Monday. 1 hb ixeinueer is coming to run mot. Francis river. She may do well if they will bring down a set of trucks for her to run on. , It has been raininz alonz the Ohio Valley the last couple of dav. with a promise of a rise in the river sulficient to allow the resumption of navigation. Last nig iu s ram would nave been a bonanza up there. The river men feel t?ood over the Mc Millan steam capstan defeat in the Sa preme Court at Washington. Capt. John L. Rhodes is entitled to the credit of car rying the steamboatmen's sidu to a suc cessful termination. , The Joe Peters eot in from White river yesterday afternoon, having been detained by low water, fcgjy weather and pressing business. She brought 799 bales of cotton out of the river, of which 543 bales were for Memphis. She .will return at 11 o'clock this morning. ' " Ahkansas Cur Journal, Wednesday: "Levee implements, teams, feed for teams and hands are being rapidly gathered to gether by the contractors to commence work upon the levees above this pla-e, Nothing but the intervention of a con tinued spell of bad weather and an early rie ia the river will prevent an early cpm jdetiori'of tha same.'t 1 .... A Vicksklrq paper says: 'tThere is a hitch in reshipment of Mississippi river cotton southward from this point by the pool line boata. The facts are to the effect that many of tbe boats making this their southern terminus have been in the habit of taking cotton from points between this and Memphis, billing it through to New Orleans at from $1 to $2 per bale, which they would reship here, by pool line boats, dividin rates. This would give 50c to $1 each on the bale, and while bnaines was uuil beiow, was a guod arrangement for the pool lice boats, as It brought them business which they would not otherwise have received ; but, aa business increases in their trade below, they find themselves crowded to such an extent as to forbid their handling outside cotton, and they res have to reirsp cotton from their reg ular custoaibra. ' besides, tor a great por. tion cf the cotton received below here tbev get $1 per ba, or as much as the maximum received on reshipment cotton. T.is being the case, the pool line boats have been compelled to refuse any more cotton at present at the low rates realized on raRhirirflfrr)1 rotton here. Th? Hays , ,..... ' ... . : . - . i nau oaies ypcteruay wiuin sue expe- 1 ' a ..wi.t J;.; w-!-- riM- v ouuumg tnrougn. Capt. Campbell telegraphed the officers of the Hays and the City of Helena not to bring any cotton, as he could not take it The Helena refused cotton at many points, but the Hays took all in sight and made private terms with the White for reel tip-meat." J. K. GODWIN. Ij. l,MUL.I.Uafc. 1 i n nnrmfiiu o r Ml h W ra At 1 471 B il . 9 SI 11 WW W V And Commission Merchants, 336 front St.. Cor. Union. Memnhla. Vb. W. D. BOON, EDWARD MOON, w. nr. JOTJVKK W II4JLJCSAl.Fi JsF. lXEliS JJi il ' 1 a NO. 333 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS. TENN. ars, W. T. BOWDItR. sra S. P. lOWlKK- r Cotton .Factors, Ko.'SS roiit streetlV&IMaiiipliiM, Temi. 9 y FU3RE SURE HOPE SOAP ferfVclly Pnre,aud rrec f rom adnUoraUon. JKiitlrely Veetabls? no diMcatMMl animal Tat. Wurely l'urc 110 ground atone, clay or rxln in It. For lamiilr3T, Clilna, Itatli ami Toilet. Uocm i'sirtlier lawta longer. Ituy I'rom any tirooer. HOPE OZIi MIT1T1. XkXoxxa.x3b.lsBi. Tonn. J. V. HEELT. S. II. BBOOKS. Al. M. NEELT. rooks, Meely k Co. WHOLES AlaEI GROCERS, OQTIOM FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 367 front street, : : Memphis, Tenn. maomit v.i .l"" sa m 'S ' III t f aV.v wAMurtcrjRn) by H.BiaT&ragy-1 - -r.r "... iT - -- l. A 9 CMOIM Till TOOTO. isf-A J. IAVJ ft ci tea Ii -Tt: hlllTV. nun of all remedies 'alnialllDle Cure for all rulmo- C"-1": ..-V slV.fa- nary Diseases and General Dc- tlie onlv remedT mihat is beneficial in Malarial ml . . Climates. For diseases of the 'mTU - : .-riJ im a j -r ax xuruai uhu jjungs 11 iius no al J equal. A trial willconTince you ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE, Tirade supplied at reasonable discount bj J. J. DUFFY & CO., Merapliis, Tenn Mauafucturers And Proprietors. II. B1SCU0FF & CO w York and Charleston. We rtio KTow Oolabratlns: omit S5th ANPi'IVERSABY IN JSIESIMIH. We own the Largest and Molt Complete EXCLUgrVELT WH0LKSALE Dl? Ml i9 1 I IlA tliO SoiltlOrU BtAtOsl. ' Tbe taiWlnr dimensions am il. by Si" feet, vis: 11. fet on Seon'f strceS rnnnlnK tlironxa 325 feat to Main, with a five sto.y f ont. ntr:ieee, 3tM Main street.- K ARE NOW OrLM IVflKllNE I.IN1 , Now Prints, riaids, Phikh Cloaks, Jeans, Miswls, K.itions, Hosleri-. Dress (JnoJi-, HandkerrMeiV Lloves, K.anxtu. Vmbrellas, .'er-eys. linrte'i'liirt. ',,llnrs, Dversliirts, Linsets. 1 iekine, Cun lon ers. Chavi-is, itiokory Flannel, Bleauhed Mi.iins, Canton Kl .1 lie's, etc.. b.-i.n,- our Mvesd rail saK. fn sum up, in brief, we nave no he;iti"n in assnrinx all rlnlyin an I rriiint-nayin tsua..y .lers'banU tliroufbout tljexreatSuntliwuL rii Mis,is,i,,l Vllev, tliat'oc hae both tne will ana abilitj to serve them noon terms and tondiiion Kt)UAL TO TIIK BEST in the United states. IMSU t.K ARE ePEIUMA nVIIDD. P-S. W e cordially invite also, nit only Country .Ver-bants to come and buy, bnt w. invite every eit sen whe feels an interest in the prosperity i'eraphis. and also every curiosity moncer to come and look at our establuhment. VM. R. TtlOORE & CO.,Exc!usively Wholesale Cotton albfeatk&Co. Factors, j XI XTxxiqxx St., Mem M. a PEAROE Co. Cotton lEstotoirfii, Jfo, 376 IFront street. ; ; Memphis, Tenii. R. LCOC HRAN L CO, gym 3 Z! SAW AID rLABniKO-slIIX, BTATT-TAKO. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,r,10LDIN6,LUr.lBER Lath aud Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts. glEMPHlS, ,., TENNESSEE, em COTTON FACTOBS AM COMMISSION BLERCIIA.KTS, Ko. 3U 1-Yout Street, Corner of Monroe, . : - : Memphis, Tennessee. ' " J f-rw A-rwsse. atiMlo m fMasiaM.is. - - Joka B. Snlllwaxk ruoa. fHarh. K. J. CtMk ANDREW STEWABT, Saw Orleans. AUDEEW D. Q WYNNE, Memphis, STEWART, GW IE & Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AO. 35 AND S5S FKOT STItitlET, MEMPHIS, TESX STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERC NEW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA. jae.. toor. K. L. alwfiOWASI. W. OSOCJSRS, COTTON FJ.CTOBS, AKD DEALERS IS LEY EE AD RAILROAD COXTRhCTOIW' SUPPLIES, Ci. P A TTEBRO W. Cotton fil.rr.an. V7 FOT ST. MFMPUIsi SLEDGE BROS., Com o, Miss. ttULanlsi fiml Siew Orlnins Anrh.r 1.1 ue U.S.. jnaii iuti viUK&tsunu. City of Providence, jgTt Will leave from the wharfboat TUESDAY, Not. 2"itb, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to . I., ttjll.l,, ftgT. Al 1 i'l'. . nip t.. KOR NEW ORI.EA.N.S. St. Ionia and w Orlenns Anclmr 1.1 a U. si. In nil x-o K Mi UKL.iiAiti. City of New Orleans, a j-t"ii.rTr master. Will leave from wnarfboat SUNDAi. Nov. 2d, at 5 p.m. For freight or rafsace apply to C. Ij. Hsi.l. Pas. Act. jh Mtiriyt. fnpt. WEATHER AND RIVERS. Orncx Sioaai Sixvicf, V. 8. A., MlMPHla, Tits., November 22, ISM. j The following observations are taken at the same moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all the station, named: M., A. C, V. ASP ARK. 1UV. PKT. CO. 8. MAIL LINE For Arkansas , City and way landings, t. asiK Allans, XL M. R. Cbeek master I W. C. Banker clerk leaves W emu bis every MONDAV and IUCKS- DAY, at 5 p.m.. connecting at Terrene with pacaet tor all points on Arkansas river. For Vicksburjr nod way lnndincs, bleaiuer HI 1.1, s. 11 AYS, EJ.Kowland master J W. Thompson clerk, leaves every lL'KsDA at 5 p.m., eonnectics with packets and railroads tor lax 00 river aca New Orietns. t'ui Tine Bluff and all points on Arknrsaa River, streamer IDA DAKKAU11 Leaves Memphis every SATU KIIAV atSp.m. Freight re-eivnd and bills UdinK siimed on Company's Wharfboot, foot t"ni'n streeu li C. LOWE and . WALWOHT11. Axents. JOIIM fAKK, fassenxer Aaent 14 .I11HN N. H A PB1N . P anil C. Iist. FOR TIITUSV11.I.K. For Oseeola, llnles Pnint Carntbem-ille, (Jnyoso and TittonTille The new pastenirer stenjiii-r UAYOSO, jLaSfi W. P. Hall master J. D. Fuller clerk. will leave as above, ands 1 way points, KVliEY MONDAY and TUCRSUAY eta p.m. Ynr irSt irpir. etinly nn h-writ FOR WHITK AKD BLACK RIVERS. MILT HARRY 1.1 WE INcniphln Wbice A Blsrk Kivrr I . N. Mnil 1'iwkrl. Fur Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devallj liluff, lies Arc, Auxusla, .lackxonport, tearcy, Bittesville, Pnwhstjin snii Pocahontas. Mramrr JtsK rtrlKe, - . rr- fc, M. R. Harry, mauler. ii' Vi'lTsJ- Will leave Memphis every MHltsswlny m .1 u i lock P.m., eunnectinc direct with the new lilnck River nited Sutes Mail Packet MILT HAKUY. fur Powhatan and Pocahonlus, and with the Daily Packets to Batesville and i pper White river. Throneh Rates to all points. Freixht consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. H. 0. l,oVF. Agen. on whsrfbnnt. LEE LINE STEAMERS. MecnpliiH, Frlni-M Hoist awl Heinhl. nHil o-irrolw Psrkfl t oiapsnj. For Iieiena, tilendale, Frmrs Point and Ul Way Lan d i u its Steam cr JA1LES LEE, tr T (Tlu.il muter I Plan Rhodes clerk W ill leave as above on every MUM i)A Y , W Kli KS- DAY and FrUUA 1 at a o clock p.m. For Ran lulpa.Falton , Osoenla and Way Lan dints Steamer iiiva.'h aua,tis, J TI. (Imim,. nuinr J. W. Smith cm clerk Leaves as above every MONDAY. WkllXKs- DAY and FRIDAY at s p.m. in. boats ot tau lin. resarv. the neht to lass all landings tb. cap taia may deem nntafe. Omo., No. 4 Madison su JAM KS LKK. Jr.. SnperiTiterotert. Cairo Chattanooga Cincinnati ... Davenport . ltubuijue Fort binith Keokuk Lu Crosse... Leaven w' lb.. Little Rock. Louisville.-.. Memphis) . Nashville INewO'leansI lltnuha Pittsburg Shreveport-.. St. Lonis.. St. Paul Vicksbure..- lankton Above low water. Feet Inch Chances. Rise. Feet Inch "T Fall. Feet lack Mil ., Memphis & White River Pkt Co. V. S. MAIL. LINE. STF. CUICKASAW.iiSS. .vl.: IN t'iilt 1,1-, I lo. . HCIAE-Blll.nllltl SATERIALH. FaAMiNO-LpMBBB YarJ prices R vrtuh ftisi rw.e liliinr.t .irnaAAil. $'Ul: vaIIiiw riins. depot, 5(rt)l0c cheaowr. 1 flooriiur. iJo : shianlos. tVM Art; la'.h;i Cask Gootis, Vra irlcos .; aor lui , l v fc . cyprosa, rr l1 iattia. j K. C PwSk1 master I C. M. Postal rTW'i. 1 60(l i .Pt WfcrUl t(?r eur- j C1m .uulink, 9m A. A. 6inaMi, Jl svi; hctbusi t tt'uintww, ) iuo.. ; . . - r-" , 'l"" as iwurr L'ISii. JtisA; at e p-n.. T -Clerk 'Below water mark. t Below Ligh-water-mark 1874 . Yicksbceg, November 22. Night No arrivals. Departed : Uharles Morgan and jity 01 iieiena, M. Louis. Pitts bu eg. November 22. Noon River 1 loot, and tailing. Weather clear and cool. riight River 12 inches, and stationary, Weather clear and pleasant. New Orleans, November 22. Arrived: Citv of St, Louis, St. Lonis. Departed: Helena, Memphis. The Citv of St, Louis returns to-morrow. Ileavy rain to-night. St. Ixiuia, November 22. Night River fallen 2 in he, and stands 10 feet 8 inches by the gauge. AVeather rainy and mild. No arrivals. Departed: City .of Provi dence icksburg; City of Bayou Sara, New Orleans. CiNcissATijNovembeT 22. Noon River 4 feet 7 inches on the gauge, and falling. Weather clear and cool ; thermometer kV. Aoarriva.s or departures, jiight River feet 7 inches, and falling. Weather clear and warmer. No arrivals or departures. Caibo, November 22. Noon Weather cloudy and mild. Arrived : City of Raton Konge, .New Orleans,!) a.m. Departed : City of New Orleans, New Orleans, 10 p.m. ; City of Eaton Rouge, SL Lonis, 10 a in. JNicht luver a teet inches, and falling. Weather cloudy, with rain; ther mometer oO . A o arrivals or departures. Locia vi lle, November 22. Noon River stationary, with 3 feet 6 inches in the canal and 'J inches in the chute on the falls. Busi ness dull. Weather clear and cool. No arrivals or departures. Night River rising, with 4 feet 7 inches in the canal and 2:1 inches on the falls. Business dull. Weather clear and cool. No arrivals or departures. Barmore & Son launched the Arkansas City transfer boat this morning, ' See Additional River on Fourth foot, OTEMEKT or WEAK STEAMERS. Nbw Oblians, November 22. Arrived : l-ongherBtr, Liverpool; City of DaIIas, Belize; Sultan, HnlL Cleared: Rbesina and lilnrnnm. Havre; Andean, Liverpool, 2-10, UuJUr4. .. si Oust eir Um, 78 in raia .iiAi-ati . M-ii-t (.irawif-'-jma, Hi' Vw , -rapiwrriea, 1 Denver!; w9Ji per uairwi m 1 J'- 25; blaiklmrrnvs, fliorij jgrten Lc . cement, $1 baml ; Ito-e- 1 flWHuklSK); ptns No. 8, $160; Ida "sfut, f.' W s IjArrel; Portian 1, IS iVERY vs-i.lK3DAT f . jf iiltc j f; 'i-uju ' w t)uliiv. - -A ' - - rmWbt cous'sr-wel ac - klisf i 'akotti. " will tMTorwarilc' I 1(,.C, LOWS. A(ss' ?i,oo. 000 J Ohly 1S.000 t$e(teu. . GRAND KST5L40RpiNARY DRAWINq te a: oo i,- iuRN0 A BB0TI1ER. Sew Oricaas. LaJ3 613 B i ftru uouon 1 356 Front St., : F. M. S0RFLEET, Resident Pjirtiier. OBFLEET, Wholesale Orocers, Cotton ITnctors And Commissicn Merchants. 232 and 234 Front SL, Llemphis, Tom. aTWaH ADAJiS AID JJ EFdlUeM. Mr. I H. RAIHKY devoUs hit wbol. time to tbe Weighing- n.d iie of all Oetton Intrml a- n charvo. Cotton Werehonse. & triwbinrtcn street. J?uImer.Th S Co ornton CottoriFactors, Wholesale Grocero NO. SOB FRONT STHKKT. pTCHPnils. n;. If. kFMim A m. WSOXjBBAIiXI SAIIT.i:itY HAI.DWABE & IaEAT11E, Nos. SOI and 303 Main Street. Memphis. Tenn. J. T. FARQA80N. J. A. UVUT. O. O. BKIJI. . S. A. PAKfLXB. . L. WOODSON. J. T. FARGASON & GO. Vbolesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 869 Front Street, Memphis, Tenxk. Oottoa eoaiisntJ to ni will haveonr eareXal aHcntioa. Wo earry at all Ussm well-selected a teak Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, And will ih-II a. Iw w ih I,wnl, D.T. PORTER. U. W. MACRAE. res i mm Saeeessors to POSTER, TATLQS ft CCK. Cotton Factors actors, Memphis, Tenn. FI1RSTE1EI & WELLFORD wnoisBSAiii GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS, No. 276 Front Street. Memphis. Tenii. SCHOOLFIELD, HAWAUER & Cll. 256 AW 258 FSJOWT fTItEET, STRICTLY WHOLESALE. ON COMMISSION. PLANTERS INSURANCE COMPANY IFZRB J&TVXy MARINE) OFFICE Ui COMPANY'S KCILUIXd, 41 MADISON, MEMFHIo, D. T. POBTEK, rrean. I JHO. OTEBTOBT, Jr, w Icw-Proa't. O. . KAIXE, Sceretary. TJZHBCTORB. B. H. BROOKS, of Brooks, Neely A Co. I R. L. COlr-FHt. of Dillard A ComB. - W. B. G ALBRKATH, of W. B. (iaibreath A Co. J. R. GODWIN, of J. R. Godwin A Co, J. M. GOODBA B. of Goodbar A Co. I J.C.MILLS. JOHN OVKHIoN, Ja.. Capitalist. I D. T. POKIER, of Porter Mamo. ssS-AU kinds of Property Insured. Special attention also riv.a to tnsnrinr Dwelllaa-a aa.) t'onnsry Mor, .t reasonable rates. Commenced business ia LOBS 13 PAID, eevas Mitlf m WttHftw. A Home Company. we'Tegpecthilly ask yonv ewtronare. AS1 !aO. 300 FROTCT STREET. . rVTKTWPWTSL TVKsT B. WITZELAIW & CO TVholemle Denlersi and Pnbllslierst. m Solo Agents for th. followins First-Class Instruments: "-?AaVWLa;m.'J .. ANI Nit I'll AMIvVli'AW. SWA NEW 7-OCTAVK PIANO IfOR ai.- 19-Writa for Catalotniea. om. 22:1 Msid SP&i HVAt NT HfEFf PIIIN KEIilLT & ROFBR, WHOLES AIsE Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 302 Main Street, Gayoso Block. M. A. BAI LET. u. k. wire. J. A. BasAHiEY & COo Plumbers, Gas and JSteam fitters Calomla a A 8-FIXTnt ES, GLOBES, ETCL, Vo. 23 W SLnnoTid Staiat. Cown.r TTnlnvi. HTamnh T-w People Co. surance Ofilce 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. CASH CAPITAI., $200,000 IQUlnsnres all Classes ef Merchandise, Storehouses, Churches and DweUinrs.Tda W M. FAKRIXGrO, Pmlnsal. II. T. EEJEWOX, yirerrnlHsst W. I- PARKER, Tne LIVERf.lORE FOUNDRY & MACHINE Co 10 TO 174 ADAMS STREET MEMPHIS, TFJVA MAJTUFACTURKRS OF ASD DEALERS IS rem aad Braaa Cassias. Paltewa ta4 KhsUasr, Haaa rraata. Cotton PressM, Bona Powers, Gin Geerinx, Railnaa and Steamboat Work, EuKlae,tMwsaills UrUtmilleu sitsvav rasarM. Ia.nlralra, laieetMtsiiraM Uo1a, Plaei, Pla rilUass. Haael, UrdraalA. i. . 7 5 "". ana urnaaaniat xroa fffaca. JMHI.WII WW e - . . W mT ..I.!.! boa Hail 3Le vee Contr actors I Jacobss Patent Bolted Barrows, ColuKibas Solul StceJ Sempcrs, V iS f Col m nihil s. lioiul pfrtws Rcotcs, Parrcnt & Speed- SIASIDVAP! Meminiai -1'eun, 84.?lu Street HERDS GRASS, RED CLOVER, RLUE GRASS, Orchard Grass, Timothy, Lucerne Clover, Fall Barley, , Seed Wheat, Rye. ti is iiKi-A-rooi a i m. Pot a toe, ApplcH. OnlouH, Clioioe Aarlnictit of FKCIT TREES. Otto Sclawill cfi? Oo-, Sn. g:ta Hfwin Kireri. Ms-inplilia. T-nr. A. B. TKEADWELL. h. 8. TKKAUWKLU Cotton Factors, VhoIesale Grocers, Jfo. 11 Union Street. : : ; Memplils. Term TllWsl, It. ALLEN, Jr., j aaetapnta. llAIikl ALUM, , J . RICH'D. H. ALLEN & CO., BAIIKERS & COMMISSION IJERCHAIITS, 81 Aci OS Broevcl Street, Noixr Yorli. COTTON FA CTOR S MEMPHIS. vruiiipuiiy Woodruff Lumber . A- wtAsmi.r, rrewwiv X. T. MASTS AH. Bers namiil)ctartrorBl Ueaienln CYPRESS, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, 0AX AfJ DooritVf silk',.: KJaii CaMiasn, tl r 'tfciAtrrlil C : - ASai-t!i Ere; ' ;