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THE MEMPHIS DIXiY !P:PTL---SyVTU:RDL Y, NOVEMBER 29.
I ATLW AY RECORD. .VflJIfAt. ASDDSrARlU&X Ot XBA1&. ..ill. Nrw" Orlraaa and Temaa iraJd-PunDnr trains lear. M. and X. follow. : So., 1 ud 2 leayo at 8 p.m. ; MKJi2"M and Ronlhatr Trains move followi : No. a (express daily) leaves at 11 :S0 p.m. J No. 1 (express daily) arrive, at 8:20 a.m.; No. 5 (mail uaiiy) leaves V'M ..; Ho. (Xewb.ru saoommodation daily, uwlund!;) at 4 p.m. No. 7 Arrives 'aj-' p.m.: So. slSewhern acoomtuodation dally sl ept mmttjn (freight) at !:'0. arrives acb-4.1 p.m. ad Nnabsilla Trsini itcov.a Lvalsvlll rnllAm, Fast i leaves . t 11 :4i p.m. mail leaves daily at 8:4, A.m. t "OWnST'llO :i(-n,uiuwu....'" except Bandar, aL.:iv y.wt. . at 4 W p.m. Brownsville accommodation .-.r.-ives daily, exo.pt Sunday, at a.m. (..tsndard ''aseanpbla n't C liuvlrswsn Trains mora aa Mlowa: Through express i,5,.,d"'Ir.fJ oltt p.m. Mail and express leaves dally at 9 :15 a m HnmArVIIlD dcruiuiuvii ii 'u ' " ' ' except Sunday, at 4:4. p.m arrives daily at ll:4i a.m.. Akron; express Mai; and azprf arrives daily at 9.55 p.m. romaruwjcomm. datim arrive daily, except Sunday, at .ja.a. JIllWlMlri 1VM-""M-I'ii a follows: Now Orleans mail .leaves daily at 4:.0 p.m.! express freight trains ;ev iMly,.xctpt Sunday, at .) pic vy freight trains leave daily, ex opt Sunday, at 7:15 a.m, ; o i lnuio nail crrivee daily at 9:45 a n:.; sxtresa freight arrives daily, ex?spt Sundav, at 5:J0 a. at, ; way freight trains arrive daily, except Bai.rtay.ai 6 :() p.m. . ItMiu CKy , Kprinitdflil and Memphis. No. 4 passenger train loaves M. and T. depot daily, at 10:10 a.m.s No. a passenger arrives at p.m. daily; No. 6i way rri,-ht leave West Me nphis daily, except Sunday, at 5:45 s.ms No. 4 through freight leaves West Memphis daily, except hundsv. . '2:.'0 p.m. Fro gilt sod ticket office. No. 31 Madison street. Twin Fees to Life Aro Indisestion nwl Constipation. Their primary symptom aro among tbe most Uitrusln? of minor buman ailmenU, mid a bot of diseases, speedily resultant from ,htMU, mutually turgTavuto each other and assail at 00 the wliolo machinery of life. Naupa, Foul Breath, Sour Htoiiiocli. Dizziness, Hnnrtacbes, 111 lions Fever, Jiinlico, Dyspepsia, Kidney DUenses, Files, lUieumatism, Knurnli Iropsy, nnJ vnriou Skin Disorders, aro among the syniitoiiH anil maladies cnuwl by durunguuit-ut of o the stouiuch and bowels. A Thorough Purgative mliclno Is the first Tircesnlly for enrc. Thrn the calhartlo elTwt inunt be rnalu taineil, In a mild decree, junt Kufllcleut tu prevent a rucurrcuce of costivoneiw, end at tbe name time the liver, kidneys mid stomach must bo stimulated and alrengtheueU. Tver's Pills aearchins and Uiorortth, yet mild. In their nunrativo aetloii. 1 wey do out Rrlpo tlio .Btlent, and do not Inilucn a contivo re action, as istbeelt.-ct Of other caUinrtics. -Withal, thev possess special properties, i'litii""tie, heps! le and tonic, of tuo iiiguuet metllci' value aud , Absolutely Cure All dlwftws proeeedi' r0 t the diK-estivo and aMiii."atorr orpnm. 'iho prompt uo of Ayeu'S llIf.Jy correct the first Indications of tWe ri'ss, avert tho serious Illnesses wlu."t jirleetof that eonditinn would Inevitably induce. All irreiruliuitics In the action of the bowels looseness as well as const I srnlh.n are benelleially coutrolled by Aykk's Pills, and for !ho stimulation of digestive orjrans weakened by loufT onlimed drnperfila, one or two of Aykr'B I'tlXsiUilIy. after dlaucr, will do juoro good than anything else. Leading Physicians Concede That Ayr p.N Tills nro tho best of all cathartic medicines, ami mnuy practition ers, of tlio biKheat stauding, customarUy jscscriba tlicuu AVER'S PILLS, ' PREPAUF.D BY DrTj.'K fyer & Co. Lowell, Hat. Analytical Chemists ! For sale ly all Druggists. 3S73BY1-SHS01T. U U XJ U irj l , invited to send the address to Tns SwirT Ki rrirm To.. Drawr Atlanta, Us., Inr a rra.y rl ti lr tronile on Blood omrhkirt IHmn"1 wj,.'.'t will U; wium! truv. CANCER FOR MANY YEARS. A family servant hss been afflicted for many ears witii a eancrr on ber nose, anil was treated .br some of the bent phynlcian. and the old reioe-.die,- use I Without benefit, finally we rave her Swift's Bpeoifle. an;l she Jms been enmpletely mureis JOHN II LI,, Irusirit, Thorns n. ').. Autxt 16, 188. NOSE EATEN OFF! ., . XT . nin.,M.niitirhm.llkdtdll. jnon J'",'-", 'f-T'i.T ,., .u. V,:. ...J 7cs. t o,.,.i0'-. i with ne flosh, aad his s-.-meral an njai. ,,,,11.., pi ,,,.rv w werdbrtul bsalta is M V." CRUalbEY, M.D., : Oslethorpe. (la.. August 16, 1884. CANCEROUS FACE. T have for many ' ZEZIVH moved by the uteof y C,)LUER 0lB4 Indian Sstlnss. '. April 10, 1884. CANCER FOR 5 YEARS. . A woman with a esticerons nicer of fi r slnnditir snd ve inch-s in diam eter, hss been entlrelyrelieved hy six Dottles et hwiit s hpeeino. leonsidor its effsctj. "?1t.,;v".,n,!Vi V,,raflU" Ions. KEV, JESSK H. CA.MPLhLU, Columhus. Ha.. Aust 1H. 1884. We are every day reoelvins the moK wonderful prU from the use of Swift's Speoifi in the treatsasnt of Canoer. 8u(rerers from this elasa of diseases should not fall to send for our treatise on Blood and Pkin Diseases and Canoer Treat ment. Our remedy Is entirely vegetable no msr eury, no potash, no other mineral, TUB SWIM BPECXnO CO., TVewerS. Atlanta. Oa. 31 CCflrt Fte, LOUISVILLE, Kl, A s-Urls sstccsaWvO, sw hkprolk will M-wvav CnrM mil CHRONIC JJkUJaa JM.r . H pwnu&twi-Tbaai sb Jmpotaney, ; m M ,i i.u m an in, ! ,.f I it nv arwama , inuieives - r-mm, " - i I UM4. Fttni-lM m Kac. Avm-s u bocWljr rf Ki-mAlof, valasM. UVOOiTaWle! Orektita, Hwiisft C RwrUm), ; lis, sut olkW prrirtvM Hm a. . uii ..i . at,. i . aa.-laa WM net VI navrwi asm- a: MtstfU. mmm cmm syf stWesusa, w rsUr.p thor.U a.i rhvaioUuaa kf-awrn taia lvc orts-M etvr. Wh4sss Htlf.mleMlta pcevwiy Cevas Oaarsatssd lm ' all swilrtsatn. CoeMiMMIw, i .,11. p y 1SW, Ttwi ssa. OhiM mmmU, d MMimlMi. Wrktty eoeSiwiml, a PRIVATE COUNSELOR W SOS mm wwft u i wiinM, ttmntj mM, rwr Ihtpy bnin.lt.a.atr.a. s r. M. OAPIT A.X PniZB, $1000,000! Only 12.000 TiokoU. Q It AND KXTHi0RDINAR,!r RAWIN3 Itoyni Havana lottery For informatloa writs at ones td E0H.N10 A BR0IIIER, New Orlese., l.s.O DR. JOHN TRIPP'S THE TEST or OVER Ttiirtv Veers proves ths PI Kir I bit tobeasaie, sure anil speeuv ours tor every form ol BLOOD POISON Celebrated Cere of Fyphl'is guar anteed: alo, Scroiula. BLOOD Tumors and Uld rres. l on.ultiU' n" conoden tinl. For Descriptive rsmpuletor Lrentmcnt :mi.l- at OAS TON'S HOl sL, in pern. n or or nail. 14 W.l'.KI.L, Agent f. the estates of lennasfee Mid Ar kansas. PURIFIER. H. K. Pat ATT. j. nr. smith. PRATT SIN CO, 100 Poplar St.,KeapUU, Tern. Manufacturers ef Ike Pratt Revolving-Head Cofn Gin 1'e-eder.a td Condenserm. - B.wAivtnv-ttAad If in. reduced vo. f , . rrice 01 ici,iee ituuer ui.......,,-. Kerl-4o. e)and eu-saw, KOjLarser.i Pr saw OoaOeQters.all sisea ' Oia Mpariag doM to oresr. AU work tM - fceVno .im aa.l Uttle Bock-Tralna mnt a. ol!os (antral standard time): i.. 1 le daily at 5:00 p.m. arrives at 11 :40 p.m. Mo. leae at4:40a.in. ; jrrive a: 4 u.m., : leaves HopeSe:a oiiy.iMn" J ifatV 1 jisatr FINANCE AND TRADE The money market developed no partic ular change yesterday from the conditions governing previous to Thanksgiving day. Business continues brisk, as indicated in the Clearinghouse reports. Tbe cotton market was easier yesterday, with eonsiderable demand still prevailing among spinners. The sales reported em brace transactions after hours Wednesday and Thursday. Tho week's receipts are the heaviest on record, exceeding tbe previous week's by over 5000 bales. The figures are 33,931 bales last week, against 33,766 bales the previous week. Thur far this season has pre duced two weeks of heaviest receipts on record. Stock on hand yesterday was 08,302 bales, being 9089 bales in excess of the same date last year, and greater than at the same time any previous year on record. Receipts at all United States ports for tbe week were 283,587 bales, also the largest week's re ceipts on record the heaviest week's receipts previously being 282,347 bales for the week ending October 24, 1884. The market opened quiet and closed easier, with middling quoted at 10c, and sales of 4700 bales, of which 1900 were to exporters. Receipts were 5844 bales, of which 1365 were by river and 700 by wagon and otherwise, the remainder by rail. Shipments, 2417 bales. Stock, 98,302 bales. New York spots closed quiet and steady, with middling quoted at 10 7-lGc; futures closed easy.with November quoted at 10.0010.C2, and other months ad vanced 1 to 3 points. New Orleans spots closed quiet, with middling quoted at lOJc ; futures quiet but steady; November quoted nominal and other months 1 to 2 points lower. Liverpool spots opened quiet and unchanged, and closed quiet at 1-Hid lower for uplands, quoted at 5J 5 15-16d; futures closing barely steady; November quoted at 5 47-64(1, sellers. To tal stock at Liverpool, November 27th, 430, 000, against 407,000 baloa same time last year. Receipts at all ports yesterday, 51, li5tf bales. Business in. general trade presented no new features yesterday, and previous quotations rule in all departments. There has been some rivalry among the coal-o'd dealers of late, which has created a broad range in prices, although dealers who give the highest quotations say there is no money in the trade at ontside prices. Receipts and shipments yesterday were as follows; IMPOSTS. Three hundred and ninety-two brls ap ples, 440 rls bagging, 24 tcs bacon and nsais. 160 sks bran, 2 brls beans and peas, 119 pkfl-s butter, 8 pkgs boots and shoes. 2691 bu corn, 32 cars cotton-socd, 754 sks cotton-seed, 4UU brls cotton-eeed oil, 109 sks cotton-reed oil meal, 104 pkgs cheese, 1431 sks coffee, 32 bd cattle, 148 pkgs dry goods. 77 pkgs eggs, 445 brls dour, 275 hd hogs, 1 horse 600 bdls iron tiers, 200 pkgs lard, 7 cars lumber, 200 pkgs liquors, 282 brls molasses, 450 kegs nails, 3 cars oats, 18 brls potatoes, 25 brls packed pore, la ntitis sugar, niZ brls sugar, u nu BueeD ana a pitgs tobacco. XPOBTS. One hundred and fifty-eight brls apples, 15!0 r's bagging, 98 tea bacon and hams, 111 sks bran, 30 brls beans and peas, 101 pkgs butter, 149 pkgs boots and shoes, 720 DU corn, una cuuun-seeu on,, ioij sks cotton-seed oil meal, 342 pkgs cheese, 210 sks coli'ew. 134 pgs diy goods, 24 pkgs eggs, 1025 brls flour, 240 bales bay. 34 bd horses and muieH. 179S bdls iron ties, 200 pkgs lard, 0 cars lumber, 100 pkgs liquora, iu.i oris mcai, w oris moiassos, 320 kegs nails, 400 bu oats, 04 brls onions, 115 brls potatoes, 8 cars bulk pork, 42 brls packed pork, 2 hhds eugar, 240 brls suar, 17,1 pKgstoDacco ana ou wneau 4'IKANCE. Money 8 per cant on satiafoctory col lateral to regular customers. The following table shows the clearances and balances.tho .-uts of exchjiKe and prices of local stocks and bonds at tho close of yesterday's busi ness: CLEARINGHOUSE STATEMENT. Clearinrs Balanoes November Wth J ao.'.iSS 81 t 4J.814 45 Thus far this week I,,i7:l M 1114.W38 51 Same time last week.- l,7'ii.()7,( St,4rt5 58 Kama week lHwl l.'J7).til7 1 224.077 bame week l&U l.iU.241 73 iSom 78 EXCHANGE. New Ycrk .. H dis(? prem Ivnglana sigQt..... ilis.'S DiswOrleans... 'A dis(0 par EANK STOCKS Bank of Comtaercs.... .15'9 kirst National .. . . 118910 Herman N .it ioau.1.... ........... ... Manhattu.n .,............. BUkte National Vuicn and planters. Ueruantila 4iK .TK Vi ... 141M INaU RANCH 8T0C1C6. Home i;iua city.. Peopls., Planters. Pkpix MomptU City WWIOS , 78: tt .Jiris ItCal 1 ) ilOft ..... :i 1 i5 25 bid Vaii'iorl:lt....n, Arlington RAILWAY STOCKH. Mempbli and Cnvletton...M..-.. nisiuiiii!)t sua iennesies. ............ Louisville api LiAhhville.. , 4A.i 4;' . S4 - - . 5 10 Mobil and Ohio. .......-. RAILWAY kOXDB. Memphis City . -. .. ; 101 Memphis k Charleston 2d mort . 7s (ies6)U.'l Meiupbis A Ciirlstoa consols Memphis A Little Ko.k, .t mort. 8s ... 100 Miskiuippt k Teiines.iee eoas.;!s A..123 Missl.sivpl A Tanuessee oonswis U 104 !:ri.1 01102 f!04 ti25 Kast'Ieaa., Va. k ua. eonsol Ss. MISCELLASEOlia. Taxlnf-Dlstri.i'; compromise bonds ... (:7 70- Mom. BtorHget-cmp. vo............ Memphis (las Company stock. ...... HA Memphis Uas Company bonds 1(2 Mem. Wat. Co. bonds, accrued iat'st. Memphis Water Company stock.. 50 rSKm O 90- (ttl loo 's 60- Mowpnis ;uy ponas, oiii....,....MM.. .to Memphis City oeukvroniise bonds 70 Memphis City eouious tV'U old bonds S5 m ( .Tiempnis vity oou. irom ooutv pouas. wi Mamphis City ledger balanoes- , 85 Mmi,klsCit, ladm'tson cou.Jxbon.Ls Jr Mnmnhis Oitv nwvius Inilsbiedness A5 Sh.lkv eountv (Mem. A OfcLo &. K.l oslOO 4102 Shelby eouuty IM. AO. H.R.I L.1H'2S(1IH- tsnelby eounty warranu . en m m MinMi,l,ttiii, Mills iM 6C Cvt, Ex. buil. bonds, ae. int. added, par d Br Telrxrapn, Nkw Yona. Koyemlier 28. Money easy at l(jlj per cent.; clew.) offered H per eeut. rrime mercantile paier, E per cent. Sickling exehango bankers bills Steady, 41 ; demand, 485. Uouda tjoyernuieul strong. Kadways generally firm. Kate securities dull. BtocKS ine cuocx excuanre openeu at 11 o clock a m. as nsual after a ho;i.day. Tbe market during tbe first hour of busi ness was a,cti'A and weak, witn a general decline in prices of to 1 per cent. La r.o siioro and .ew i or? iustral led tbe downward movement, the former falling ofT to (7i and the Utter 10 SL Outside of Iheahnres mentioned the decline ws unimportant. Near midday Louisville and Nashville loomed into prominence, advaiwin Si per cent,, to 28, on a limited business. So special reason is assigned for .the improvement, and tho rise was credited to covering of short contracts. This advance had a f ivorable effect oa tue remainder of the list, especially grangers, Southwestern and trunk line. Northwest ern moved Dp i, to 92 ; St. Paul f, to 79 J ; Lackawanna i, to 109,; Lake Shore 1 J, toW; Kansas' and Te as, 11, to 17 1; New York Centra', i, to St'j ;' trie i, to 51 J; Texas Pacibc, , to 13J, and Weate.n Union j, to oil. In the last hour, wSere sales were made to realise, tbe improvement was lost, and in Lnuisvillo and Na&livjllw to 2tiS. Shore to 674, Union Pacific to &0J, and Western uaion to Udf. The market closed weak. Compared with Wednesday clos ing prices are J to 1 1 ncr cent lower for Central Pacific, Northwestern, St. Paul, ljukawanna, Lake Shore, New Jersey Ceutral, New York Central, Northern Pa cific preferred. Pacific Mail, Union Pacific aud Western Crjion, and i to i per cent, higher for Canada Soulhern, Canadian Pacific, Denver, LouisviUe and Nashville, Kansas and Texas. Erie, and Texas Pacific. Transactions kaggrerated 232,000 shares, as follows: 1 Kiln ware, Lackawanna and West ern, 21, oou; trie, lb.uuo; x-axe snore, u,- 000; Northwestern, 36,000; .New ork t'entral, 15.(HKV, St. Paul, 41,0tk; Union l'acitie, 10,000; eblern 1 uion, tusju. Closing quotations were gs follows: OOrlkSIIKKTS. 4s, 1.". Pacibo ps of 186, 1. V. 8. Ss. KID. iSa. 114'4. S0NP3. T. P. Land C. P. Crats, Ud. I grants, 53. ii. dir., 54. Krieaeonnds, 8. 1. r., K10 Lehicb k w likes A Wilkes., 94. I'. P. fir.U, 1V2 inacosols,71!i. V.. land (n rios, :V V P. sink. f: pb.llo. Virginia 6s, 40, Louuian grants. 6'. Missouri . . , b.a-1. U7. , 40. fit. P. A 6.C. lrsu,116. Va. eon., ex-m. e.. 3v, lean, ee, old. 40. tsaa. as, new, 8S. Va,eonolsdid.,i. ' STOCKS Adams kUfss, 132 Mobile A Ohio, 6V. A'lesbeny Cenual, SS. Morris k Kssex, 122. Alton k Terre M., Is. A. k I. U pld, 75. American kli-re.s, 94. Nash. Jk Chat.. N.J. Oentral, 41J.. N. k W. l it. 17. Northern Pacific, 18'. North's Pee., afd, 4ii. NortkewUrs, s-1 V Nrrtbwee;era I'to. 126 N. . .intraJ. .viT,. Ohio Central. Is, Ohio k Mimissippi, T7S Ohio A Miss, pfd, 61. Ontario Westara, lll, Oraaoa Navisatioa. 71. Oresi.a Trass.. l.v. B.. C. st. k X Caaada Facile, 45. Caaada Boutbera. Ceatral Pacttto, M. Caea(eake k Ohio, d. Cto. 1st ptd, u;. C. O. ltd 1 Id. 7. Cbieago k Alton, 28V,. C. k A. Pfd. 145. 0.. B. k U.. 2trt4. C. 81. L- A N : O .82. C. Ht. L. A P . 7V rfd.15. fTeeua Ip.. 20 l'ae.Se.Mail.SiVi. Paoaesa, K8. P..D. E.. 14. Pitubarg. 37 V Pallia aa Pal. Car. 10' Heading, 2ti. Keck Island, 9K. t t. L.A8. P.. 22. ft. Lie F, Ptd. 4 C., St. L. A P C. Sai C. A C, m U., Si. .84. 'Del,, U Had., 09. act., '. tio .. '. Kaat Teaa. ptd, 1. St. L.4 S.P 1st ptd. 8-1 Fort Wayne, 120. bt, Pas 78V Hannibal A bt.J0e.88H. St. Paul pld, 6. li. A St. J. pfd, bV St. P. M. A M.. M'-,. Uarlsa, 186. .v St, Paul A Omaha, 30. , . I - .... .f ),. nan many cases,' ' k'" were mada. rVfw Voit Central fell off to Kil Nnrthwafsrn to OH. SL PaultO(!5, Houatnn Jk Texas, 33 . Illinois Ontral,120. I..B. k W.,15. Kansas k. 1 kths. ICi St. Paal A O. r.M.90,. Tei as P veiSo, 13., Union Pacific, V.b. Express. M. Lake Krie :West.. 12V,. W., St. ii. a r., a-'.. L,ase onore, oi Louisy. M. Nnshv W.. 8t. UAP prf. 2G4. Wells AFargo's B..7y. L.. N. A. A Chi.. 5. Western Unicn.60v Mar. Liln. 1st ptd, lu. Mar. ACia. 2d pfl, 5. Kent. AChar!otcn.26. Michigan Central. 59. Homestass, tlron SUver, 71, JnUrio, 13. Quicksilver, 5'4. Quioksilvor pfd, 31. ISouthera Paoifio, Sitro. 11. inn. k r,a JLb. i.'-st. Minn. A rft. L. pfd. 28. Missouri feci no, m'i. Asked. IKo saies. ;ix-div. Nw Oblbans, November 28. Sight ex change on Now York, $1 per $1000 pre mium. Sterling exchange bankers' bills, 481. JJUHirUJ,, LIVtCIULIUI u . 1. 1JIIC. , -M-.11U seconds, 58J; New York Central, 92; Illi nois Central, 2 jg ; Jrennsylvania Uentral, 53i; Canadian Pacific, 47; St. Paul, 81. Pabis, November 28. Rentes, 78!. 80c. THE COTfON MARKEm The local market opened quiet and closed easier, with quotations unchanged, and sales of 4700 bales, including 1200 bales Wednesday evening and 1050 Thursday 1900 to exporters and and 2800 to spin ners. Total sales of the week, 1.7,330 bales, of which 0550 bales were to export ers and 10,800 to spinners. Quotations at the close were : Yestordiy Day Eofore Ordinary.. rom. 9'4 Uood Ordinary. Low Middlings Middling... 10 Aoa, Good Middling.. lu'-i llr, Noin. Middling fair. fair btuin. 9;'9';Sc tingos, Wattiia. COTTOH 6TATKUKNT. Mshfhis, November 28, 1851. Stock September 1, 1884 5,5I neoeivoa to-day..............-.... s.hh Heoeived previoualy...,. 207,21 218.621 Shipped to-day Shipped previously.... uurnt, eto....... liome consumption to dte. 120,319 98,302 . S8.9M . 213.075 .. 1,878 . 777 .. 941 Stock, running aceour.t ... . Jiaporj. Thus far this wit , ,, Tons far last m..tr binoe beptember 1st............. Memphis and Charleston Railroad.. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad...... Momi hisand Little Kck Railroad Chosapeako, Ohio and S. W. Railroad ...... 402 : 147 1.305 Louisville, new Urieans and . Kailrood. Kansas City. Soringfield and M. Railroad vvagons and other sources.. ....... 700 . 6.844 .. 15,257 . 20,2;il . ll'J.4:w Total Sxvortt. Thus far this week'. Thus far last week. blnce September 1st, sIdd! s 141 ti 678 351 645 L and N. U. S. Kailiroad Cheoipeake, Ohio and S. W. Railroad Louisville, new Urloans and T. Railroad... bteamera north.. ...... , 2,417 Ner York spots opened steady; at 12. quiet; at 2, quiet and steady, closing quiet and steady, with 0 flotations unchanged. ana sales ot bales. Closing quotations were: losterday Day Eofore Ordinary.... ... Uood Ordinary.., , 8 3-16 , 9 7-lti 8 3-16 9 7-16 Low fdiudiing.. Middling .., Hood Middling. Middling Fair.. 10 1-1 10 7-16 . H5w 11 3-16 . 11 13-16 10 1-16 10 7-16 11 3-16 11 13-16 tair.. New York futures opened qniet: at 10:22. nuiet and firm: at 11:34. barely steady ; at 12:30, quiet and steady ; at 1 :85. quiet; at 2:30, quiet and steady, closing easy, with sales of 70,200 bales. Closing quotations were: j esternay Day Be fore .M.i:itI0.n0 10.47'10.48 10.iaSlll.f7 10.55:4 10.6S.iSlO.69 10.tf7yl0.68 10.81alO.S2 10.80 (10.81 ...10.lt! tlO !4 10.iO31O.94 .ll.lH.411.e7 11.06 ell.07 H.18'ail.l9 ll.18-Sll.19 ..11.29 isll.30 ll.J8iSll.29 Tanuarv February MarohwU. April ... Mav June July Auust... t'aptember.. 9 October.... -t- November.., .J0.6e.-itl0.62 10.47,10.48 Dcoembtr... .... 10.41110.41 10.37(310. 3S The New Orleans spot market vosterdav opened quiet; at 1:30, quiet, closing quiet. with quotations unchanged. Sales, 2000 bales. Closing quotations were : Yesterday Day Before Ordinary . &4 Uooaurainary vs . iffc Low M taojing.... .. 10 10 Middlinu 10' 10V Qood Middling ,..... .10 105 New Orleans futures opened quiet and steady; at 12, quiet and steady, closing quiet and steady, at the following quota tions, witu sales ot -i.SOO bales: Yesterday Dav Before January.....- .v10 1:SH0.H 10.15(810.16 10.2i nlO.20 lO.4510.46 tetoruMry ...... ......iu.i. niu.i' March ..... .10.43 10.44 ..10.59'10.60 April ......... May 10.60ntlA.61 10.7-ValO.77 10.74'S!0.7S ...10.Hlr10.W( .11.03,11.04 11 .Us 11.13 J -J ! July . in.'ji(tio.9, ll.0V4ll.06 11.14ll.l5 August .......... ttar-teraber .... October St- November...., December...... Nominal. 10.02910.03 Nominal. 10.02 a 10.03 DAILY BULLETINS. Sute of Mukst. 6 took, Price. Reo'a Salveston Quiet. New Orleans... Wuiet. Mobile Dull. Savannah Steady. L'horlsiion Quiet. Wilmioston... ijuiet. Norfolk....., btoxty. Haitimors Stes'ly. 8.661 10 1-16 59,1 : 13.2731 10' 10 298.603 2,6ii2 6,762 3,941 75 21.020 9 15-16 144.41 10 10 10'4 KH.75; 22,im8 5.1H.1 i .ir."t Tail 24,tiii2 New York..... Q'tiStV 16 lit,(.5l boston tjutet. Philr.loli.'hta.. lirm. hi. Louie. Steady Angusta . Firm. Variou,... T wo drt ys receipts. Day's recelpts,18H4..... Da 'a rooelpts, lt83..,.. Day's raceiru.12..... W.5'0 2.371 ftl.sr: 2,7.54 13,214 H,lrl2 43,76a CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. Tbis Wwk. Last Week. Last Year. Receipts, 7 lays Kxports t3 Or't Britain Ei"M to Continent... Stock at sll ports 8.bo7! 73,M9l I5.C5HI 957.259I lju.tiSi (Kl.9l4 801.3101 221,75: 1".220 46.i,9 9l,fi2i 9iil,48 Last Ymlt. Year Before Year. Receipts since Sept. lit?.499,98T..2,4(i8.13iJ2,4ja,l? Foreign exports ,..'1,.1J.,; 'fl,-".!'! !,!,!- Stock at U. S. ports... Increase in receipt... 903.6621 )l,4iiJj 787,836 Hl.Sll 1 ....I ... Liverrtooi soots at uoon were quoted r-aiet and unchanttsd, with sales of 12,000 tales, of which 7900 were Amntn. Re ceipts, 27,000 bales, of which 17,500 were American. At li: Uplands. 613-ltd; Orleans, 5 15-16d. At 2: Uplands. 53d: Orleans. 5 15-16d, Liverpool futures at noon were quiet and steady; November. 5 4-64d ; Decern, bor-January, 5 46-64d; January-February o ' 4y-61d : Februarv-March, 5 53-64d March-April, Ov-tild- April-May, fi)-64l: June-Julv. &'14i. At 2: Steady; November, 5 4--04d value: November-December, 5 47-64d sellore: December-January, 6 47-64d, sell rtx: Jaiii.arv-1'enruarv. d iwhu.- rams Februarv-March. to v2-Cdd, buvers; March Innl 'l Mtl.t Ul srii'l ' Al,rll-M.1" 5 59-64d, buyers; May.June, if u2-64a, buyers; June-July, 6 2-64d, buyers. At 2: Manchester Cloths quiet; yarns firm, nut litUfl doing. At 5: November, 6 47-041, sellers; November-December, 5 47-4d, sellers: December-January, 5 47-64d, sef-jrs ; Janu-ary-February, 5 50 G4d, sellers ebruary March, 5 53-64d, sellers; March-April, 5 56-64d, sellers; April-Mav, 5 59-64d, buy ers; Uay-Jr.ne, 5 63-64J, sellers; June July, 6 2-6-ti, buyc-n. Futures closed harelv Btea.ly. GENERAL TRA.DK. BattkADsrvFrs. CpaK White, 56c; mixed, 56c, from store. From lovae or depot ; round lots in bulk,sheUed ihite, uow, Wt'. 12o ; mixed new, 40c: new ear, sacked,'40c. Hat Strictly choice, from store, SOc ; prime, 70c; prairie, &0c; round lots from levee or depot, choice, $13 50; prime, $10 (Snli fAlne. SS- PXocb rroi. "w? uiiiii. ti.io, fi.mil v. S3 50: choice, i5; jncy, $4 $504 5v ; ektra Uucj y, 4 60 a i r1' enu. SVaka 50: round lots from levee or ents, $Xj 50;rounii track lOfaViOc cheaper. Bban rrom store, evwe per cwt,; round lota from levee, $13 50014 per ton. Cobnveal SUndard, $2 4j02oO ; paari, $3 7503 90 from store; 5c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oatkcai. la hall barrels, J bout store. CKAca.aa wheat In half barrels, $1 oo 04 75 from stora. VJATw v Ull, , raitou, o,t num store. Round lota Irom levers wnite, sacked, 40c ; mixed, sacked, Hominy and Ubits From storo, J-i do rTM 7S Kiel ixmisiaua, oj s-oic; uirouua, li. Beans Natry, $2 23; medium, $2; com mon, SI OU(aZ. 1 ovisviLLE, November 2S. Flour dull and lower. Wheat longberry, 77c; No. 2, rsvl winter. 73( 74c. Corn No. 2 white, 4c: No. 2 ciiyed. 41c ; rejected 39c. Oats- No, 2 mixed. 2 ic St. Lor is, November i. Keowipts .'two days) Flour, 50,000 brls; wheat, (.2,000 hu : earn. 81.000 bn : oats. 13,000 bu; rye, 2O00 bu-. barlev, 23.CKW bu. tthipnients Flour, 14,000 brls; wheat, 11,000 bu;corti, 1 6,000 bu ; oats, 9000 nn ; rye, iiw du ; oat ley, 2000 bu. Chicago. November 2S. Receipts- Flour, 18,000 brls; wheat, i'5,000 bu ; corn, 212,000 bn; oats, 5),000 bu; rye, WOO bu; barlev. 41,000 bu. Shipments Flour, S2.000 brls; wheat, 29 .(fJO bu; corn, 459,- 000 bu; oats, 40,000 bu; rye, qoju du; barley, s.ooo bu. Cincinnati, November 2S. Flour quiet; family, $2 900.3 25; fancy, $3 6503 90. Wheat firm and higher; No. 2 red winter, 760 77c. Corn dull and lower ; No. 2 mixed, 38c. Oats stronger; No. 2, 2SJ029C Rye dull ; No. 2, 53c. Barley in good demand ; xlra No. 3 fall, 70c Kansas Cttt, November 2S. Wheat lower; cash, 50c bid; December, 51c bid, 2.417 ,.. ln.oyi 47 164 51 ,c Mked;"January, 53(53ic: Mayi 60c. . uorn btgber; casn, bj(aj-'ric; uecemcer, first half, 25 Jc; year, 25c bid; January, 24c bid ; May, 27c bid, 27jc asked. Oata i dull and nominal ; 21c bid, 22Jc asked. New Oblbaks, November 28. Flour quiet; highsr grades, $3 6o4 10. Corn dull : in sacks, white, 48(oV49c ; yellow, 50f Oats Western quiet, 35c Cornmeal in good demand, $2 402 4o. Hay dull; prime $12 5015 50; choice, $16 50 17 50. Kice ouiet Dnt nrm: xxutsiana. ordinary to prime, 4J5Jc. . . FKOVISIOSS. . . , Butter Creamery. 30(3i32c : fancv. 34c: dairy, 2226c; medium, 1618e; butter ine, 162Gc; country, 18c. Uheksb Prime nats. 9(ruoc; N. i. fac tory, 11c; full cream, 14s; Y. A., 14c. Miss Pobk 12 5(K12 75 per barrel : en- garcured hams, packed, 11312ic; break fast bacon. 1010c; clear rib bacon, . Bulk Pork Clear sides, : clear rib sides, 6,6ijc; shoulders, 5J5ic. L.ARD iiercee, 7ic; hail barrels, 8c; kegs,8Jc; buckets, 8ic; half-buckets, 9c; 20-lb tins, 8c; liVib tinsjl 8jc; 5-lbtins, c;3-lD tina,Jc; choice kettle, ojc. Locisvtllb, November 28. Provisions dull. Bulk meats shoulders, 5c; clear rib, 6c; clear sides, 6 Jc. Bacon shoulders, 7c; clear, 8c; sides, 8jc. Lard prime leaf, 8o. Sugar-cured hams nominal. Cincinnati, November 28. Pork dull. $12 25. Lard dull and lower, 6 SCc. Bulk meats firm ; shoulders, 5c ; short rib, 6c. Bacon steady ; shoulders, 0Jc ; short nb, 8s ; short clear, 8Jc Butter dull ; cream- eiy, 2(oj30c; dairy, lisc. New OsxEAss.November 28. Pork auiet but steady, $12. Lard steady ; tierce refined, ia; Keg, V jc. Bulk meats in good demand ; shoulders, packed, 5c; long clear and clear rib, Ojc. Bacon dull ; clear rib and long clear, 8c. Sugar-cured hams, 1213c. esucKKiesi. Coffsb Common. 10c: ordinary. lOr (n10ic; prime Eio, 12121c; choice, 13 sl5o; old government, 20a8c. ouoar 1'ure white, 6c: on white, 661c : wellow clarified, 5Gc onen ket tl, 65Jc; refined A, 6c; granulated, 6Jc; powdered, 8c; cut loaf, 8c Molasses lxuistana, common to fair. 2530c ; prime to choice, 35045c ; fancy, 60c; syrup, 3040c; centrifugal, prime to choice, 33(o)4oc: common to lair, 2o(a30c. JHAooiNa and Tik8 Bagging, lute. 84(51 11 ic; flax, 10(ii)10ic, according to weight. Ties, $1.30! 35. bALT Per car-load. Jl 30fl 35 Der bar rel : II 50 in sacks : pockets, bleached. 2i(o 7c ; oarse, $1 2b ; car-loads from levee or depot, 5tl0c cheaper. Uaxnbd uoods. Etc. Prices per dozen: Pineapples, $1 501- 60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, $1 50: seconds, $1 20; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard, 90cri$l ; 3-lb, $1 251 35; strawberries, $1 251 50; raspberries, $1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 101 25 ; green gages, ioaio0; pears, JNo. 2, $160; plums, $1 50 ; asparagus, $44 50 ; green corn, $1140; green peaa. 80cS150; cove oysters, full weight, 1-ib, $1 15; cove oysters, liht weight, 2-ib, $190; cove ovstors, light weight, 1-lb, 65c ; cove oys ters, light weight, 2-lb, 1 20; condensed milk Crown, $6 406 50; Eagle, $8 25; bwiBS.jrorVBZo. Baltimobb. November 28. Coffee auiet and weak; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to fair, H(uo . Migar quiet ; A soit, 6ic New Yobk. November 2S. Coffee spot fair; Rio dull and weak, 9jc; options 10 lo points lower; latny active; sales 31,, COO bags. Sugar dull and easier; fair to good refining quoted at 4 13 1604 15-10c; refined quiet; granulated, 6 l-16c. Mo lasses dull and weak; New Orleans, 40 (2ooc. New Oblkans, November 28. Coffee quiet but steady ; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 7j(")llc. Sugar in good demand; common to good common, 3031c; fair to fully fair, 3J3c; prime, 3Jc; yellow clarified, 404Jc; granulated, 5l05c Molasses m luir demand ; good to com mon, 20c ; fair, 22c ; prime to choice, 26 38c. Chicago Qrsiiit and Provlsloa Uarkets. laPXOIALTO TBS APPXiL.l Chicago. November 28. The provision market in all its details was on the decline to-day and closed lower all round. Corn nras depressed in spot transactions and de clined steadily during tbe day. Year was no better, but January sales were made above previous prices, but toward the cloae eased on to a shade decline on tbe day. Xhe opening and closing prices ot the day were as follows : Corn spot,40c, 38c ; January, 3olc, 341c : year, 30 ic, 36c vv neat spot, 1 4o, 73f c ; .December, 74ic, 74c ; January, 74c, 75c Uats xJeceinber, nothing doing: year, 253c, 25Jc; January, 25Jc, 25c Pork spot, $11, $11 ; January. $11 15, $10 8,0; year, $10 77,. $10 77i. Lrd spot, $7 0 i, $7 0-n January,, 85 bid, $6 80. " Clear nb sides spot, f o 80, $3 80; Jan uary, $5 75, $5 65. HOR3-S3 9004 50. Wheat is at last showinz some of the vitality wbicb believers in the article have so long hoped for. The recent hetvy pnnhtses by Lenter and the Wall street crowd have served to call particu lar attention to the cheapness of tbe grain, and the bulls d claro that the 42,OiiO,ulO bushels of wheat now in sight is the high water mark of the visible supply. Interior deliverios of winter gradrs are reduced to a moderate volume, and re ceivers say they c mnot be expected to be atnin heavy this winter,' as shipiuonts from tbe farm have already boon so liberal as to make present reserves by no means large or difficult to carry through lor bettor prices now that the winter ex penditures are provided for. . "Of course," said J. W. Bliss, to-night, "tho situation dooj not justify a return to former high prices, and ooula not sustain kheui through the winter if they wore reached by a wave' of inoculation su-h as we have passed through several times previously. But the fact that wo have for some months been on a price level which is avowedly below the cost of production, and was only rendered possible by an exaggera tion of the bear arguments in tbe situation, does warrant tho expectation that there will be a wholesome rtbtuud whenever the weight shall be found to press a little less heavily." Conservative men have been for several weeks pas' expecting an upturn as soon as some strong man like Lester was found who had- nerve enough to get under the n'.arkot, and now traders say the rise is ditScult only beoause so many think it too early in the season for anything batr tar than a soalping movement, wbicb will eaten thoss who operate for a permanent raising of the However, f shall not be surprised to see the market carried up a few cents by the efforts of current buyers, and shall he very much mistaken if it fulls back to tbe quotations of a few days ago. as b:i5cd on 72 cents tree of storage," re ..rt4 II J Howard. . The w-iy i.i vMcb corn prices have been slaugh tered recenttyis eaough to raise a doubt w hettaer the thing uas not oeen ovesuone a a paiion from tbe bulge of last September. The 'mOve m.nt i. actuallv less than a year ago. with prices 20 por cent, lower, a scarcity of oorn in the East and a very small iiercentsne of receipts .n.iin. n. nutaililfl. while the news comes that the new corn in Kansas end Iowa fulls far below expectations. The prices now paid simply ay ..... ; crmit paying of freight charges from points bcyonl tha Missouri river aud leave enough to pay for hustingknd jauling, to say nothing aoout ra'Ping ii. i.eaiiug ofjet,..,,,. raj there is but one way of looking at the oate, anc tliKt i. a conclude that speculation hat over leaped iuelf in the effort to take advantage of an t..rDni ernti. Hie supi-i. on me tarm, remargea Artnur Orr, lis Urge-'cneugli to ju3iif low prions, but when they are reduced to a point where the aroa from which shipments can be made is diminished by fully one-third it becomes doubtful whether it is an inducement to move corn at alt, when it is worth tar more as fuel at home, to say nothing of fjied and the hop of doing belter by holding it over tor another year." According to the old method of reckoning, corn at 35 cents means hogs at 83 50 and pork at f 10. These are low figures and the market is dangerously near them already. The caf.lo market during the week Just passod has ruled pretty steady and.values close without any material change from the quotations current seven days ago. At the start prices for shipping trades avarngrd firmer. There fii a scanty sup ply of good to, iboice teeves. ana lor specially at- tractive ofionngs sellers found it possible to go. a slight advance. Fair to good grades were also strong, and tha less desirable qualities were sala ble at at least former rates. The quality, however, averaged very poor. Ofieringsjioarcely included a single load of extra cattle on any of the early daj s, and the number answering to the descrip tion of choice wad?cidedly small in eompsrison with the total of common and medium grades pLili, Rhhouih the demand on both export and Sastcrnacoount was somewhat restricted, an out let was found for everything vfcrryihg enough Hesh to atlrict the attention of Strippers', and the market had a healthy tune Native butchers' stock was quiet almost to dull ness. Neither canners nor butchers took bold with their accustomed liberality, and sellers were bothered to sustem prices, r or good to cnoice izl rows and bulls the market was reasonably dy, but poor and 6C"ui(.'u ivo ' o m ihAiitr than at the close o. week. (jioed to beat prades ot rangers also sold well. ntle poor 30ns wcro vcak. titockers and feeders" received but little atten tion, but fortunately for sellers the supply was llsbt and they were not caned upon lor conces sions. As the week advanced tbe firmness in the mar ket for shipping cattle eontinued. There was not a particularly sharp demand, but the daily sup ply 01 sucn grades as are usually sent east was 01 moderate proportions, and holders sneceeded in getting quite as satisfactory figures as before. Tbe quality was as poor as ever Here and there was to be scon a drove mat migut properly enough be classed as choice, but tbe rank and rie came under tbe head of "common" and "me dium," ard changed hands nnder $' 50. Common natittt butchers' stuck was abundant, and under a slaok "dcKja;d the market bad a weaker tendency- Holders of gotd' It. is closed out without sacrificing prices, but low grades enild scarcely be moved even at concessions. Had it not been that the run of Textns was light the chances are there would have been a big de cline. : ktoCkr.- and feeders were still in light demand. Few country buyers were here, and local specu l.,..r vin.,Ai fittlA dimMiaition to invest, conse- quently the number of transfers was limited and prices easy A the welr drew to a close tbe shinDinr mar ket was uneven. For choice fat lots showing at cn.-e good breeding and good leeding there was as lefore a demand fully equal to the supply. All fair to medium auiiuais, however, sold fully loc lower, and there were no buyers at all whs warned thin, rough cattle. Hence business rugged along very slualy and was unsatisiactor all around. Butchers' stnfff too. was off I0l!). Liberal rrceitttsof Texas can inns cattle and large otter- ings ot natives made the market weak, choice fat cos sand belters alone holding their own. Siot-kure and feeders were slow, with but few outside buyers here. Closing sales ranged as fol lows: Fancv'exnort crAaei M.rS 4V6 Choice to fancy thipping rtceis J iw6 40 l.ood to choice shipping steers 5 50.s so Fir t.- rood fthinbine steers . A OtK'Sri 45 Commoi. to fair steers. , S 7-S'.is4 80 Fair to choice oows , .. 2 53 Sf Inferior to common cows 1 1.12 iO Pnnr to rbuice bulls S ,1 lir.e, Toians S 0(H3 V0 Stockers and feeders I o4 oO Sheen have bean fairly active, both local snd Eastern buyers operating more freely than re cently. Sales were at $1 75 3.4. A few more good to choice sheep would have been taken at full fig , ures. but of ths poorer aorta the supply waa ample. . Lotus drain a Provlalow Markets. IsrsoiiL to Tsa arrxaL.I - St. Louis. November 28. Business has bean mighty quiet among grain dealers to- aay, yet a urmer tone was manifest in wheat with but a light advances scored for spots. January dealings were at higher prices up to noon, but eased off with fractional declines at the close. The pro vision market was steadier,-but unchanged in price. Flour is firmer at previous quo tations. (Jornmeal has also stiffened no a little, closing steady, but unchanged in f price. Nothing new in other departments ot trade. 1 The details 01 to-day s prices at the cloee were as follows: Corn opened at 3G3c. and closed at 36 Sc. Year opened at 33Jc, and closed at 33 S3c selling. January opened at 31Jc, and closed at 31 Ic selling. ' Wheat opened at oic&nd closed at 5ic January opened at 7Sc bid, aud closed at 78c Year opened at 75Jc bid, and closed at 75c bid. Uats opened at 24jc. and closed at 2ohc selling for spots. Year opened at 25c bid, and clo6el at 25c bid. January opened at 25Jc, and closed st 25Jc. Pork closed on $1 1 ; lard at Si . and clear rib sides $5 80. Flour firmer; S2 203 90 for double extra to fancy; cornmeal steady at $2; potatoes quiet, 3504 jc.and onions steady, $101 05. Hogs, $4 1004 50. HOCSEHOLII tsC.iPFI.IfM. Vbqetabi.es Onions,yellow, new Louis iana, $1 7502 por barrel. Potatoes Irish, new, $1 7501 90; loose, 75c per bar rel. Sweet potatoes, $1 2502. Cabbage, home-grown, $9 per 100 head. Kraut, new, $506 por barrel ; $2 5003 25 per half barrel. Garlic, $1 per J 00. Applss Choice and medium. $2 50 3 25 Dr barrel. Dried anples. 56c tier pound from store. Dried peaches, 73a from store. Pickles, medium barrel, $70 7 50: half-barrel, $44 25 ; pint jare, $1 25 per dozen ; quart jars, $1 752 per dozen. Egos 28c Poultry Old hens, $2 7503 ; large yonng, $3: medium young, $15002 60; small young, $101 50. Fubsh Meats Bee! Good Kansas Citv steers, heavy, 7Jc; light, 7c; cows and heifers, 6J07C: mutton, 7Jc; mutton, saddes, 9c -, lambs, 10c ; pork, 8c Fruits Oranges, $5 5006 per barrel; Louisiana, $3 per box. Lemons, $5 per box, and easier. Catawba graphs, 12c per pound; Concord, 8c per pound; Malaga, $3 per barrel. Bananas, $1 02 50 per tmnch. Cocoanuts, $405 per 100. Peanuta Virginia, 10c; Ten nessee, 7c; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled, 10c. Almonds, 18020c. Texas pecans, 100 15c ; Arkansas, 406c English walnuts, 12c ; Naples, 16c Filberts, 14c. Brazil nuts, 8c Raisins London layers, $2 7505; Imperial. $3 7504. Brandy cherries, $30 3 25 per dozen. Cidbr Missouri, $7 50 per barrel and $4 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, $7 25: Kentucky half-barrels, $4 50. Vinegar, 12015c per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, 90c ; No. 2, 80c; 15-lb, No. 3, 70c White fish, No. 1, half-barrel, $6. COTTOX-SEKls. Cotton-Seed Oils In car-load lota, Dn ma nrndetl. H. oil. 31 Jn: prime sum mer yellojr, 373Sc; Miner's, 33c; choice cooking summer yellow, 38040c ; choice cooking winter yellow, 48c Less than car-load lots: Prime crude, 321c; prime summer yellow, 40042c; Miner's, 40042c; choice cooking summer yellow, 42015c; choice winter yellow, 48 (aiiOC, Cotton-Seed Meal Prime.f.o.b., $18 50 rojia per ton i Cotton -Seed. Cotton-aeed, railroad sacked. S10 50 per ton. delivered ; wason seed delivered, SIO oO per ton; river seed on bank, $8 per ton. Rates established by Memphis uotton-Mri tJiesnngnonse. I.I7HBKK B1ABHET. The following are tho wholesale nricea oi lumber in wis market: TiMBta PoDlar. 509: cvnvswm. $604 Cottonwood, $2 5003 ; gum, $304 ; oak, $3 (e; aan. s(s; black walnut, 20(noU. Poplak l in., 1st and 2d clear. $21 : 1 and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $24 : common board, $13 50014 : siding strips, lx6, face measure, 1st and 2d clear, $22; ceiling, 1x6 in., 1st and 2d, $21; dressed, 2, 1 and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $27 50030; common dressed, 1 in., xif t0, tjYPBBss 1. 14 and 2 in.. 1st and 21 clear, $27; common, $15; fencing, 1x6, It It, Z16. Black Walk ct 1st and 2d, 1, 1 J and 8 in., $i 5; common, $o0; calls, $2d05O. Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $22 51 common, $15016. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $23 50025 ; common, i ana z in., si-xtno. Yellow Pins 1, li and in., 1st and 2d, $2o; dressed, $30; floorm,?, 5 and 0 in $25; flooring. 3 and 4 in., $27 50; heart step lumber, $35040; J ceiling, $25; i ceil ing, ou, j calling, Red Gum 2ds, $17 50: common. .30! 1. Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run, cu:!s OUt, 10(a)ll. Lath Poplar, $1 60 ; cvpress. f '!. SaiNQLES Ko. 1, sswelor3haved.$450 sawed or shaved saps, S3. UO(JiIei7iL,01.49 3IA1K3IAJ.V. Fbavino-Lumbbb Yard prices Rouah. f 15 per HXK) feet ; dressed. $ ft) ; yellow rd flooring, $2o ; shingles, $304 oO; Lithtng poplar, si 7o cvpress, $2 per 1000 laths Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 feet. Lime and Cbmsst Lime, 75c ia buik delivered; 95c05i per barrel in store; Louisville cement, $175 a barrel ; Roe- daie cement, 52 50 a iiarrel;' Portland, $4 5005; Roman, $5; plaster of-Pari, 2 oO. Hair, 6c per pound. Nails $2 50 a keg. HIDE A MS PElfKT, Wool Choice washed, 28c; per lb ; un washed, 10023c; unwashed burry, 100 ibe; clear do, 160.-JC Market weak Hides Dry Flint No. 1, 15lc; No. 2, 124c. Dry salted," 10011c. Green 6altd, 6i08c. Tallow, 60tiic Beeswax, 520 26c Market steady. PETROLKl'l HlKUHr. OoAirOii Prime w'dte, who'esale lets, 912c per gallon. Cleveland, O., November 28. Petrol eum steady s.w., 110, 7Jc Baltimobb, November 28. Petroleum nominal ; refined, 707 jc Pirrssi'Bo, Pa., November 28. Oil ac tive, strong and somewhat excited owing to heavy buying in New York ; opened at 73c, advanced to 751c, reacted to 74 Jc, and at noon was quoted steady at 74. Tele grams from Baldridge report total daily production of 8852 barrels: Conner No. 1, doing 65 barrels per hour; No. 2, 47; Fisher No. 3, 55; No. 6, Sdj Greenbe, 42; Gibson, 41. WkklSKT. ETC. Wines Imported port, $1 5006; sher ry, $15006; champagne American ex tra, $708; Piper Heidaiok, $25027; Mumm's extra dry, $29031 ; Raederer, $29 031 ; Ve. Cliquot, $31033; claret, 3 750 13 per box; CaUwba, $405 per case. Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 6003; rye,$l 7507. Chicago, November 23. Whisky firm, $1 13. St. Louis, November 28. Whisky steady, $1 12. CtNf innat', Noverrber ?.. Whiskr steady, $111, " " : Baltimore, November 28. Whisky steady, $1 1801 19. New Oblkans, November 28 Whisky steady; Western rectiliid. $1 0501 25. LIVE-MriKK :UdKt:. Cattlb Choice corn-fed to extra, per lb., 4jfaVljc; ,aoii, Sij'aKJe Grass Catti-i; Ofioico, ij-ic per lb gocd, 3i-1p ; fair to taeiat, SiJe common, lJ(j2Jc. Hoos Cboics ligh, 150 to 200 lbs., 5f3 5c ; choice heavy, 4 JjJc ; common, 4 a in. Shkbt Choice sheared, 3553jc per lb; medinm, 3:?Jc per lb; common, per heaJ, $l(i.l k0 feoj- lea4'. phojpe Uuibs, per lb., be. (Jowd asd Ualvm Uuoice milen cows with young calves, per bead, $30(J.f40; medinm, $0(.i $25. St. Louis, November 28. Iloct steady and in good demand; Yorkers, $4 lOW 25; packing, $4 2o4 40: heavy, 30 4 50. Receipts (two days), 13,100 head; shipments, '-'G00 head. Cattle dull ; com mon to medinm native steers, f-K-D ; (rood to choice, $5 25(0; exports nominal; Te?ansS3 714. Receipts,. 1400 head. Chicago, November US. LTonw reasipts. 33,000 head; fairly active, but HK 15c lower than Wedneliy ; liirbt, $3 904 30 ; rouch packini;, f4C4 20: hev-nackine. $i 25(4 50. Cattle receipts, -r -0 head ; steady and etrong; esoorta, S j 20(iC 80; (food to choice, $j tiOto 15; C'jmmon to fair, $4 25(5 10; batchers', $'- 20 3 80; lexans, i ZWii'S bo. hneep ret- -ip, 2500 head, weak ; common to choice, 5 J 'C 64. to. asja Uij , jsovenber ;' : ice A.tr Stock Indicqlor reports; Cdltie recei ts, 2600 head; natives, steady ; rancere, strong; e ports, $3. inXti So:rod tochojee shipping, $5 4C(o,5 75; rows, $2 6.-W,i J 25; grass lexes steers, $.1(0.3 So; Colorado half- breeds, $3 404 40. Hogs receipts, 12, 000 head; lots, 100 to 300 pound , $3 95(3) 4 15, mainly ?4. Sheep receipts, 2700 head; qniet; common to medium, $2 25 2 50; fair to good, g'-' 75 3 30. IEW TSKK DBt CIOODS HAKKET. Nbw Yobk. November 29. With many buyeis absent for the remainder of the week, aad rainy and disagreeable weather, tnere lias been a very light demand, most ly through orders for miscellaneous as sortments and moderate selections of bleached and brows cottons. ' ' klVER NEWS. RTEABEKS LEATIHQ . THIS DAY. White River.-. .Jos Pbtxrs, Harry. S P.m. Arkansas River Joa Daksaoh. Williama, S p.m. SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY. Vicksburg.. City Vicksbcbo, Sunday ,10 a.m. New0rleans.C'TBATOX Rouot,Sunday,10 a.m St. Leuis.. .. Bills McurHis, Snnday ,10 a.m. Friars Point. Jambs Lis, Monday, S p.m. Arkansas City... Eats Aoahs, Monday, 5 p.m. Osceola ..Coaboma. Monday, 6 p.m. ..Gayoso, Monday, 5 p.m. ..Will S. Hats. Tuesday. 5 Tiptonville... Vicksburs.. MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE. Arriealt. Arkansas Citv. Vicksburs': Chickasaw, White river; James Lee, Friars Point; Coahoma, Osceola; City of Cairo, St Louis. Uepartures. Arkansas Uitv, tst. .Lotus; Coahoma, Osceola; James Lee, Friars Point; Chickasaw, White river; City of Cairo, Vicksburg. noau in rni. vv. p. Thompson. Bou.lt Due Up. Joe Peters, Ida Darragh and Belle Memphis. Keeelpts Testerday. James Lee 330 bales cotton, 70 bass seed-cotton, 318 sks seed, 108 brls oil and 29 pkgs sundries. Uoahoma 20o bales cotton, 61 bags senrl-cotton, 354 sks seed and 12 pkga sun dries. Arkansas City 85 bales cotton. 61 bavs seed-cotton, 250 bils oil and 104 sks oil cake. Chickasaw (brought out of White river) 1337 bales cotton, 500 sks seed and 15 pkgs sundries. City of Cairo 1800 pkgs merchandise. FTJTCKK MOVE3IKKTS. The Lee Line packets Monday evening are the James Lee, for 'Friars Point, and Coahoma, for Osceola. The Gayoso, Capt. W. P. Hell, is the packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Tiptonville and all way points. CoL J. D. Fuiler is in her office. The Will S. Hays, Capt Ed Nowland, is the packet Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock for Vicksbnrg and all way landings. J. N. Thompson is in charge of her office. The Anchor Line packets Sunday morn ing are the City of vicksbniy, for Vicks burg, City of liatoii Ru re, f ir New Or leans, and Belle Memphis, for St. Louis. The Jlda TWragh, Capt. Jc-ha A.Wil liams, is the pack-it tlm evening at 5 o'clock for all points on Arkansas river. Chas Mnsfelman and James McMeen are her clerks. The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R. Cheek, is the United States mail packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and aiL way landing-. W. C. Blenker has charge of her office. The Joe Peters, Capt Milt R. Harry, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Newport and making connections with packets for upper White and Black rivers. A. J. McConnell and Hugh Smith are her clerks. 6ESEB.iL HEWS. Business fair. Receipts by river yesterday, 1599 bales of cottcn, 131 bags of seed-cotton and 1172 sacks of cotton-seed. The marines and the Indians had good weather to see each other in yesterday. Buffalo Bill's show suits the boys. The weather bes been awfnl cranky the past 24 hours cold rain all Thanksgiving night, tapering off to clear and colder yes terday evening. The Coahoma came in frm above with a good load of cotton, cotton-seed and Bundxks, and went back wKh the usual upper bend trip. The Arkansas City passed up for St Louis yesterday morning, discharging a good lot of sundries and adding about 10 tons el sundries. The City of Cairo arrived yesterday afternoon from St. Louis, discharged 1800 packages, added 60 tons, and passed to Vicksburg last night Capt. James Rees stated yesterday that tne Ida .Darragh len fine iun Tuesday, and may be found in port this morning, and return tbis evening. The Jim Lee had another gocd trip in from the lower bends yesterday, and re turned with plenty ol freight and crowded with passengers in the evening: The Chickasaw arrived out of White river early yesterday morning, over 60 hours behind time, caused by-low water troubles. She had a good load on and succeeded in getting out with it Of the 1337 hales, 979 bales were for Memphis. ebe discharged and returned in the alter noon with a good load on. Reab Admiral Roosr N. Stembel, United States navy, has returned to New York from Europe: He was one of the first in commission in the organization of tho w estern liotilla on the Ouio and Mis sissippi rivers, and was stationed at Cin cionati a while during the organization of tbe flotilla. He received a severe wound in'the neck from a shot at Fert Pillow, Admiral Stembel is a native of Dayton, O, WE.tTHEB AX BUTTERS. Orriog Siosal Slavics, V. 8. A.,1 MsKruis, TsKN., November 28, IHM. i The foilowina observations are taken at the asms moment of time 11:04 p.m.) at all tha stations named : Changes. Above low water. Bias. Fall. Feet Inch Feet Inch- Feet Inch Cairo 1 4 4 2 4 Chattanooga Cincinnati Davenport .. nuonque.... 'Fort Smith Keokuk , ILa Crosse.. Leavenw'th. Liitle Kock.l Louisville....! Menphis.i Nashville I tNewO'leans uuvma...... Pittsburg...;. enreveport.. St. Louis JSt. Paul Vicksburg... Yankton .... Below water mark. tFroaea. tBelow iish-water-mark 1874. WnaKLiNQ.Xovember 28. Night River 3 feet 9 inches, and rising. Weather cloudy and cold, with rain and snow. Vicksburg, November 28. Night Ar rived : City of Providence, Sf, Louis. De parted) Will S. Hays, Memphis. PirreBcac,, November 28. Noon River 27 inebfs, aud failing. Wecther clondy and mild. Night River 26 in:he3, and falling. Weather cloudy and mild. St. Louis, November 2S. Night River fallen 4 i"1 fairs, and stands 13 feet by the gauge. Weutlier cloudy and cold. No arrivals Henry Lourey and barges, Vicke- CiNCissATi.NovemberiS. Noon River 1 feet inches on the paugc, and ailing. Weather cloudy and light rains ; thermom eter 42. No arrivals or departures. Night River 4 feet 2 inches, and stationary. Weather cloudy and warm. No arrivals or departnres. New Orleans, November 23. No arriv als or departures. The Annie P. Silver, for St. Lcuis, is detained till morning. The C. P. Chouteau is due to-night. Joseph Maagham, engineer on the tiolden Era, fell overboard end. as drowned above VasooOity. Caibo, November 2S. Noon Weather elendy and cold, with heavy sleet last night. No arrivals or departures of regu lar packets Night River II feet 8 inches, end rising. Weather ciaar and cold ; ther mometer 33. Anived: City of Vicksburg, St. Louis, 5 p.m.; Citv oi Baton Rouge, St. Louis, p.14. Na departure.. Evaxbvllle, November 28, Night River falling, with 2 feet 10 inches on the gauge. Business dull. Weather clear and CDld. No arrivals or departures. J'ilcts report 3 feet 6 inches water to Pa6jaA. The new steamer Pargond worked over the ScnfHetown bar and arrived at 5 p,n. She will lav over till tsornivg. 'Louie viixk, November 2S. Noon River stationary, with 3 feet 7 inches in the canal and 11 incties in tne chute on tho falls. Business dull. Weather cloudy and rainy. so arrivals or departures, Aignt luver stationary, with 3 feet 7 inchea in the canal and 11 inohea on the falls. Business du'iL Weather cloudy and cool, with heavy rain this afternooa. No arrivals or departures. noTEHEarra of oceas steamers. New Orleans. November 28. Arrived : State of Louisiana and Lureka.New York ; L:ardoton, UrdilS. Cleared: f-nncees, Carmona, Chancellor, Carolina and Ta maulipas, Liverpool; Red Water, Barce lona; Rhodora, Havre; Kate Carroll, Vera Cruz; Algiers, New York. Trust Sale. BY virtu, of tbe terms of a trust deed exe cuted to me, tbe undersigned, as trustee, by K. L. belcher, to secure the indebtedness therein lneiaUoned, recorded in Bock No. 132, pace 181. of lasmegtsTer a omceoi oneiuy county, wnicn aeea was executed in lien of a deed of trnst to Chariot Wiauor, deceased, as Wastes), Taoordid in Book 12i, page graDting and clothing me with the same power and authority as waa vested ia ths .Aid Minttj,r. 1 will, on Monday, She 15th bsyerDsmsber.l4, on the southwest comer of Main and Madison streets, in tne Taxing-Districx. formerly ths eity of Memphis, at 12 o'clock m.. by the request of tbe beneficiary. Mrs. rrieda Vt . fowell. tne said indebtedness being long since dae snd unpaid, offer for sale at public outcry, to ths highest and b.t bidder, for cash, the fullowinc described real estate, to-wit: One lot sitnate-'i west of the lier- nando road, known as lot Ro. iv) seven, of J. F. McKinney's subdivision, fronting (So) fifty feet on Mrh.inney street oy os nunurca uauj ana fifty feet on Jackson street. Also lota Nos. . , 10, 11, 12, IS snd 14, or block No. 16; lots 1, 2 and , of block 17; and lots Nos. 1,2, S and 4. of block No. 20, of John C. Lanier's subdivision on Union avenue. Tne title to this property is believed to be per iod, but 1 sell only as trustee. 6 EO. R. POWELL, Trnnee R. D. Jordsa, Attorney, Riiiiiji THE 5 SEST TONIC. ? This medicine, OOmbinlng; Iron wltb pnra vegetable tonics, quickly snd completely (Jure Dyspepsia, tod ration. Weakness, minim miimli fllsiai rtn,T'ht"fnf F 1 and Neuralgia. , , ... It Is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys and WWr. . It is Invaluable lor Diseases peculiar to Women, and sll who lead sedentary lives. It does not Injure tbs) teeth, cause headacbe.or produce constipation othrr Jron medicinrt do. It enriches snd purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, aida tbe assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength en the muscles and nerves. .... For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack ol Energy, ic.. It has no equal. - kf The genuine baa above trade nark and crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other, irk? aaowi chxsical co, baltisoex, hd. STEAMBOATS. Special Notice to Shippers. AFTER November 11, 1S84, the mjZLh steamer Rene Macready nill IfiTi i isHB withdriw from tho St. Franoia river trade, on ac count of low water, and the steamer James Lee will take all Ireigbt ana passengers on nun DAT, eonnecting with the steamer P. H. Kelloy for all points on St. Francis river. Through rates and bills of lading will be given, tame sa before, until further notice. JAMES LER. Jr.. Sup't. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. SkLeaisand New Orleans Anchor Line J.n. Mail fUK vAltlO AN II 61. LAJUia. Selle Memphis ?52V. McEee master, 3fS2n- Will leave from the levee SUNDAY, Nov. 30th, at 10 a.m. For freighter passage apply to C. L. Hall, Pass. Airt. ADSTOK M, Snp't. FOR VICKSBURG. St. Arfsn tunnel New Orleaas Asctoor Una O. H. Mail FOR V1CKJSBURU. City of Vicksburg, t&ZS Henry Keith master, 9S5S3i Will leave Irom Wharfboat SUNDAY. Nov. 38th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passacs apply to li. rf all. r-ass. AVt. ffH' e. nn .11. r-np t. FOR NEW ORLEANS. 6t.A.oulfs and Kew Orleans Anelt,.rUn V. S. Mall-FOR NE W ORLEANS. Ci, SLSStSSk Will leave Irom the wharfboat SUNDAY, Nov. 30th, at 10 a.m. For freight or pas'age apply to C. L. Hall. Pars. Agt. AD STORM. Knpt. M., A. C. V. AND ARK. RIV. PKT. CO. US. MAIL LINE For Arkansas . rT l . City snd way landings. Jr&aSSSEBm ntauier KAT8 ADAJHa, M. It. Cheek. master I v . u. isienker clerk leaves Memphis every MONDAY and THURS DAY, st 6 p.m., connecting at Terrene with packet for all points on Arkansas river. Fur Vicksburg and way landings, atteauser Wli.1. r. HATN, Ed. Nowland master I W. Thompson clerk, leaves every TUESDAY at 5 p.tu.i connecting with packeta and railroads for Yasoo river anu New Orleans. For Pine Bluff and all points on Arkansas River, Steamer la A DA RB AO II Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY at 5 p.m. Freight received and bills lading signed on Company's Wharfboat, foot Union street. 11. v. IA" e, ana k. w alwumu, Agents. JOHN CARR. Passenger Agent. JOHN N. H A KHI N. I . ml P. A rent. FOR TIPTONVILLE. For Oscoo'.a, Hales Point. Caruthsraville, Oayuso and Tiptonville The new passenger steamer OAYOJSO, g W. F. nail master I J. D. Fuller .clerk. will leave as above, anda'l way points, EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY ai5 p.m. For freirht or r-..ffe srnlv n herd. 9UJ.T HABBT LINE Memphis While k Black Hirer t7. K. Mall Packet. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Derails Bluff, Dea Arc, Augusta, Jackson port, Searoy, Ratesville, Powhatan and Pocahontas. Steamer J4K PErEBB, .11 w M. R. Harry, master, JsmSSfBOb! Will leave Memphis every Matarday at 5 o'clock &.m., connecting direct with the new Black River nited States Mail Packet MILT HARRY, for Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with the Daily Packets to Batesville and Upper Whits river. inrougn rtates to au points. Freight consigned to aii:t Harry Line. Memohis or Terrene, w: ill be nro romptly forwarded. H C. LOWK Agent, o wharfboat. Mempliis, Friars feint and Kempiua end 4c!t9i Pwkel Company. For Helena, Qtendale, Friars Point and all Way Landings Steamer JA31ES LEE, E. T. Clagett macter Piatt Rhodes dark WUlIeavoasabuveoneveryAIONilAY.W EDi'ES DAY and FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m. ForRasIolph.FuIton, Ozcola and Way Landings Steamer DEAN ADAMS, J. n. Coeper. Dniter.MaJ. W. 8roithe8.-oJeTk Ltsatoa as atov every MONDAY- WEDiSKS DAY acd KUIDAT at 5 p.ta. The bots of thii line rerve the riyht to rtss ell laodinp-s th cap tain mafdscm ocssfe. Office. Ko. 4 lUadieoa at -TAMPS LRF. aTR.e fiMrfTinrTiffTir. Memphis & White River Pkt Co. 17. B. MAIJa jLJXE. STR. CHICKASAW, K. C. Postal master C. M. Postal. clerk roa- Flarcndoa, Cewails Klcurr, Dea Are, Ao- snittit. Jarksoaport and sesrrv. LXAVES AIEMPUIS EVERY WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to "Memphis and Walt River racket Co." will be forwarded promptly. H.'C. LOWK. Arent. on WWibost. fid c-irr Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters is a fine blood de- Snrent, a rational cathartic, and a superb anh ilious specific. It rallies the failing energies ef the debilitated, and checks 'premature neeay. Fever and ague, bilious remittent, dyspepsia and bowol eomplainta. are among the evils which it entirely removes. In tropical countries, where the liver and bowelaare organs most unfavorably affeeted by the combined infiuenco of climate, diet and water, it is a very necessary safeguard. ror sale oy all druggists ana dealers generally. THE GARLAND ASE-BURNER IS THE BEST. WCWtir r--H -3- WE HAVE THE LARGEST VARIETY OF HEATING STOVES, AT LOW PRICES. IN THE CITY. H. WETTER & CO. WO MAS. 'FBIEIVD Cliiie's Improved Steam Washer. rpilE best and latest improvement in Steam X Washers. A labor-saving machine, fully war. rantd to rive satisfaction, or money refunded. Call and examine machine or have one sent on trial. descriptive cirsulars furnished on application. OZANNE, DENISON & CO Sole Agents, -oi fialo, mempnls, fsuanfartarcrs and Deatrrs In Staves assies, Tinware, Lanp Stack, X-lc. "Ws s,re nsins 'Cline's I m Droved Steam Wash- r in our laundry, it ia everything yon claim for i ..j .. ...r... ..ii,r.riin, " slbTt - T. AtiAEo ACADEMY, Mhsstr. Os l -M-e, We have nor ' ' " tchineiisthacity. hi jii ii m in i- atSft . mM BBSS pr tV" sn"" li r' IrV I WyK.kKrMi.n as If -ICrT, V.a. S, f .isi5-1-''534, - v.:i -- I tSK ZU HI l I ll i ssl -nKa JUfTSllS I ht - mm XAnobetvren m4 Proprietors, M' H Sew York sad Charleston. 'S2p W. T. BOWDBE. S. P. BOWDBE. ; U -1 V 9 R. L. COCHRAN MO ff rv v.-.yJf . Aj 9 Kr-.v-:3' ?T- -Jv--'-'-"Tl'- 'Jail''SkAi''vf V--''--v SS "Vt ftiW AJTIi PtAHIMO-SlIIX. jTAVT-TAmn. DOORS, SASH, BUNDS, EilGL0IN6,LlirslBER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Odar Posts. MEMPHIS, - - - TESfKESSEK, SLEDGE BROS., Como, Mb. lot 356 Front St., a FiMi?ft sw k r h t. n too SUGGS & PETT-IT And Commission Merchants, 2GO ami Sg Front Ntreei. Mmnhiw. Tenn. Innaaaasasssawssn leMnseaw li-WflfirilS6-MCii ES-Our NAILS are Mann factored from th Fluent Swediith Iron, and In Qnality, Style and Flnttih, are Vneqnaled In market, tfcgr For Sale by XV. 8. BRUCE fc CO., MEHLPHIS, THXW, and the Trade generally. A. W KINGSLAND, Secretary, Chicago, ii. I, W,B.Galbreath& Cottoa Factors, ;.W.HAMPT0I& A1VD COVSIIrsSIOlf HEBCnANTS, No. 26C Front Street, Memphis, : : Tenn. Vri;''c v'rSit nni. &y luo "- I ll s. 3F'r-f:-7jS 1 w&$$m-Wi ry.. ?2 .MiNwfiu. jrxu oi n.cu.jrra, IfW "1 -,itFsa . ..--jaii--! itai f -r- i t t U4 M I B k r II t-'r3 Xo. 2S Front streety,?.:ltsfiniiiIii.Se Tenn. M. ajawln. John ts. Snlliwan. Wholesale Oroeers, Cotton Itaetorv And Commission Merchants, 232 and 234 Front BITWEEI ADAMS Mr. I. V. BAINKT devotas his whole time to tbe eearrelmojVrehoneJl WHOLESALE Grocers and No. 392 Slain Street. Gayoso Bloclt. AJ ULOIiBfilAIjIll SADBLEEY, SADDLEItY HABDWABE & X.CATIIDGU Nos. 301 and 303 Main Fnlmer.Thornton fk Co. CottonFactors.WholesaleGiocers na. aoa fhovt htui:ut. mkmvtbzx. tei, w Aa fee COTTON No. 300 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. A. M. BOYD. .BOYD & SORTS jnLe COTTON 264 Front St,, cor. V . k 49 F. H. 50RFLEET, Resident Partner. actors, MemDhis, Tenn. FACTOR UNA TOLD TOBTIC. a a. j .11 ji.. git;uiet oi uii remeuies. ft IllnlA I TlrO TAP nil MTllmi- S3 1 Co. Co CIO rrfv. mi.AAiMo vuav ava uii jl iaaaiav w.r1 ni,a..l Ti,. .a ... .. , a. a ine oniy remeay beneiicial in Malaria Climates. For diseases of the Throat and Lungs It has no ftmifLl. A trln.1 will onrt viiiAVnn " " -- ,. AM. VT . AAJ. V V JVM tr icj s an ditd n rdt diitti ar u ii t ukbnii i a. 1 1 uunu uu i a. Trs.de snpplled at reasonable discount by J. J. DUFFY & CO., Memphis, Tenn rtaea. Clnrk. af. J). las H St, MempMs. Tens, AUD JBSSFKKSIO.W. Weighing ,and'ale ef ail Cotton tatrusiad t to .4& ROPER, Cotton Factors, Street, Memphis, Tcnii. FACTOBS, d LfiTOl MTU. IBBT UOTD FACTORS, Court, Memphis, Tenn. DR. D. S. JOHNSOiTS PRIVATE Medical Dispensary. No.l7Jefier8onSt, Bettwaea Haln auaal rrnnt, nTaannnl - . 1ISTABLISHED IN U60. DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all parti, interested as bv far tbs mostsaeeassfnl i,hv- aiciaa in tbs tsaatsnsnt ot private or secret dis eases. Quick, permanent euros guaranteed In every case, mats or female. Reoent eases at Gonorrhea and Syphilie cured In a few daya, with out the use of mercury, chug, of diet or hin drance from bnsinesa. Secondary Syphilis, th. laat vestige eradicated without the a. of mer cury. Involuntary loaa of semen atopped la a short time. Sufferers from impotency er leasol sexual powers restored to free vigor ia a few weeks. Victima of aelf-abuss and exeaesiv. veoery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss ol nhvsicaJ or mental t tower, anaadilv and Mrsi. nently eared. Particular attention paid to tha Diseases ot women, and ear, guaranteed, files and old sores eured without the us. of eawatie er the knife. All oonsultations strictly confidential.1 Medioinst sent by express to all parts el ta. oenntry. svsr Vt orkingmea eured at half th. asnal prloss. Ofiioe hours from o'olock a.m. to 9 p. as. . 1. . J(iH.-'iN. at. L. This pair win. ta a aunpl. wasr. x table .xtr: wlthoct Intozloattnar I smalUles, and aaa-provwa to b th. J. aaoMaatonlshincTONICFOn WOMEN I known to medical aolesaa. . J i A well-known rentleman sa; i?'for flfc a who nsa oeen in aeitcate beat 1 teen years. 6h. SUflered fearfullv smt J mentl 1 Docto J month with Daln 1 Doctors rou'.d do her no good. One botU. w,w vmium uu exveauve menses. 1 ot McElreo's Wine of Cardul restored her I health, and abe gained eighteen pounds a u w.iui ta wv "'"ntns waus '- l"g u. KeFJlrw.'a Win. of Casdnl la i awsoadsd for painful aaoathly habit, SUlBcalt, supprsssed. .sosaslro aad IrrwaalarHsnaos, Wfcltoa, FalUna; ot w. womb, Cnaasw of Ufa, Oeneral , DebUlty, and ats a tonlo for delicate I sadlos. It was tasted la 10OO ease. I stad entwd 650O of them. Its aatoa- , lsblaa action myaUned Ioitors. da. Uchtad sufTerars, and rostorad thon-1 sands af aaflisriac woman to haalth aad bapplnasa. Irua-cists Mil t at Sl.OO par Bottlo. A sixty-fonr pasra Pamphlet kelllna; all about It froo by CHATTANOOGA MEDICIM CO. CHATTANOOGA,. TCNNs Trnst Hale. IN pursnsnr. of the proviaiona and powers eon tsinsd in a trust deed made to me, as trustee, oaJyth day of September, 1NH4, by tbe Memphis ttrain sad Packaaie hlevator Company, and Ualy registered ia the Register's office of rihelby eoun ty in Record Book No. ISA. page IMS, I will, .a via iwy ns asetrrsnnrr, isss, ta front of lb. cosrthouse, in Mamphia. Tenn Crooned to sell, at publio auotion, to tb. highest idder. for oas h, the following described proiierty lying and being in the eity of Memphis or Tax- ing-Iistriet of bhelby eounty, Tenn , vis: t loaae of tbe lot uf aswaud laaeed by the Taxing Distriot of bhelby eounty to th. Memphis Grain aad Package Elevator Company, and more apecifieally described as follows: Begin ning in the center of Promenade street where th. sam. intersects with th. soatk I in. of Poplar street: thenc south with th. center of Prome nade street (if extended) to a point opposite th. southeast eorner of lut Ko. Vf of tbe Balls re ad dition to the former ettv nf Mn.nki& nnm m Taxing-District of Shelby eounty, Tenn. : thene. west to the southeast corner of said lot Ne. 6 to the south line of Waahingtoa street; lA.se. west with th. south line of Washington street to low water mark on the Mississippi riven thenc. north with such low water mark to th. south lin. of Poplar street (if extended) to the Mississippi river; thence east with the said lin. of Poplar street to the eenter of Promenade street, th. lace ef beginning, including therein what is nown as Center landinat said leaaa bain fnp th. period of 25 years (njn January 1. 1HH1, to Lecember dl, r.r, together with all the buildings, machinery, improvements, etc.. erected or ax. ssting on asid lot of groand snd being ths abso lute property or the Memphis urain and Packag. Elevator Company this property ia the Oram and Package Elevator of th. said Company. By the terms of said trust, deed the .unity of re demption ia waived, but it ia stipulated therein that th. mortgage or trust deed ia in subordinar. tiontoa senior mortgage made by the Memphis Grain snd Packag. Elevator Company on 1st of Mav. 1883. to secure the navment of aixtv thou sand dollars of the said company's bonds as ia said mortgage la provided. Abe sale will there-, fore be made aubjeot to ths sfoseeaid mortgage. The title to th. property ia supposed to be good but 1 shall sell and onv.y as trustee only. Date to Dsgi.n ui u o cinci m. WILLIAM 11. MOOT! E.Trn tea. Spinal Supporting tot! FOB LADIES AND MISSES. P.tAwal Maroh )Ox )L SSX Thmm fitneit 4U atpci-Jly ooti-tttvvpfcaj irith twa nirinpt mo mm to nt aurtl on tvtKl aapport vb? tfrtr lllailes. tuid avnotliar aTpsnnar torapport tb leak, avnd avnotliar Bpnn nanint naf tb lm attiMt tHplae. both aTLtVli tjf tb AiiMt tampntrtwd olora. tttfrwdT, that. oreatmtT ft C'smirlrte HporK fmr lhS pine, tmrt to prevent or rare Bat'k-Aelie, dI irrlinilon. Kuna Hitiern. mmpIic llnbitm ttbeumaiUm, W.kifli. Kervnp vt (.rorrtl Urbilijy '!- in mo Blip nnritoc Uuib. IifeitneH of the hpiw, lleurt, Kld- nrri or Livrr, Fnlllnii, InnftBnnintlonor i. it ana niiiea nrtirn. revering ror tbe open be open kpnee. ftnd thyrhy proteec no Mpiue irom mia ipkue rroiu cold and kit a mnl n nefta ok nt to th back of tha draas, niakiBtT then, a vail and neat nrceaainrf' Cortvet lor Mnaral war, andr of th fmlMt banatu to iuklran and iw tVMinitaC acnoot. TtaeT anpport tb Mpiue. rellpTe tha nnaetW of tb baok, brmce the abonlrfem in a natural and) Mwry- mannor, imrsavrtiuc srmeelol rnrrlnvo to tho wiw without Gioootrifnrt, oxpaadlna; tbe rbeat twirby ffiTinf fall artloo to I he laacn, and bra Ilk am. romfort to the body. Tak th pioof th O-vDr V AKT IXxkUaavr in Try roapoct. and ara mad of flno Con til. in tha bent manner, fby ar highly tooosva mntlvri by th leadtnff Modistaa. th faahioriabl Dram makstra, and tb moat ominant Pliyamaoa.n U- lJaUto4 btatstttS and Europ. Prieai ladles. $S.0O Mimm $2.00. j Sole Owners tl Patent and laiulactiiieriv NEW YORK. a- rOH aft A T.TB XJT GRBBR & MZTTE, 267 Maim B4re, MENPHin, t t TElVMEflAlsB And all h rpt-rl m h eases in tb limted 8t-t8. CHANCERY SALS OF SEAL ESTATE. No. 4627, R. Chaneery Court of Shelby eonnty Blate of lennessee vs. Wm. M. Farringtoa st at. BY virtue of aa Interlocutory decree for ealo entered iu the shove eans. on the 2Mth day ot June, 184, M. B 43, page b&U I will sell, at rublic auction, to ths highest bidder, in front of be Clerk snd Master's onto., courthouse .f Shelby eounty, Memphis, Tenn.,on saiarusy, veeeiaoer a. aa, within legal hours, th. following described prop erty, situated in Shelby eounty, Tenn., to-wit r Alotm oountry lot Wl. IIAI feet Iront on tha south side of Union atreet. between th. Bayoat and Wellington atreet, by H) feet deep: Begin- egia- John ning st a stake at earner of a lot sold d by job ith his lit Adams to Vt . M. line, snd rannin g w a. to Bavou t.avoso: thanea with f na Bavou ta eor ner or uooa and vaaee s lot, and with Uirireast line toUnioa strvet; theace with Uaion srreat Vt feet, mors or lees, to the beginning. Sold aa tb. property ef Wm. M. Farrington, trustee. Ana B. McCuliougb, Daniel M. Devo., exeeater of Juha MeCullough. Lots, block 16, fronting 14 feet on the south aide oi Elliott atreet by 40 feet deep, joining Da vidson. Lot 7, block 16, fronting 0 feet on th. aouth aide oi Elholt street by 70 feet deep. Sold as tbe property of defendants Mutual Bulldina and Loan Association, Sarah L.. tieorg. U.. on sen, Mary and li. U. Denl. East half of block fii, country lot 4U2. frnntinr 2T fast oa the south aide of Uayoso atreet by 7s feet deep. Sold as the property of Minter 1'ark.r. Lots 1 and 2. block 44, northeast corner ot Vane, and Causey streets, fronting 41 feet and running back between parallel lines 115 feet Sold as th. property of John S. Stanton and Pat rick liny. Lot 5 in 3, block 43, fronting 41 feet on east aid of Causey atreet, 71' feet north of Vane, street, by 111) feet deep. Sold as tbe property of John S. Stratton snd Patrick Hoy. Terms ot sale Do a credit of savsa months, notes with good security, bearing internet, re quired: lien retained: redemption barred. This Sovemberl2.1KM. R. J. BLACK. Clerk aad Hattor. By Geo. Msslsry, Deputy Clerk snd Ussier. F. H. A C. W. iaeiskell and U. w. Dent. Soils. I tors. sat Manhood Restored Hc-t ta ria&K. A victim uf youthful imiirudwut A laat u at FraiiaAttra laoav. Nnrvoui Ijtihil btiity btaBbuod. o.,havinf tniMl in vam ry I iwm4ly,ixaadituvrd a nimpl mnof Mlf-curos, whioh h will Mnd 'KF. K to hi fllowaffrra. nililr., J .U.iUii.V to, J UhaUiambUtiw iorfc. CrsMlltor'n Police. Ko. W29 R. D. In the Chaneery Court of Sbslbw County. Tenn. J. D. Montcdonioo. adminis trator of Wm. K. King, deceased, va. Th. Kea nesaw Manufacturing Company etal. IT sparisg from an order of Court la this cause that It is s proossding instituted to wind up snd settle ths affairs ef lbs lisnnesaw Manu facturing Company as aa insolvent oorporatioa under the insolvent laws of tbe Stat, of lennes see -, it Is therefor, ordered that all parties claim ing to be interested therein make their appear ance herein, at the courthouse of Shelby cunty, ia Memphis, Tenn., on us before the first Monday in February, IMS. and have themselves ansd. partiea hereto, and present and establish their de mands, or tbe same will be forever barred i snd that a eopy of this order be published for sixty days ia the Memphis An peal. This 11th day .f November, 1MM. A oopy-AtUstij BLACR.( CTtrk ul Master . By J. M. Bsaolst, Deputy Clerk and Marts.. Malont A Wsaton, DiW-' vTiplainatttt 11 " OF CMPH1