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FINANCE AM) TRADE. Our cotton market review at the eteee of last week quoted the price of middling la New York at l'Jc, on Tuesday It fell to 17Jc, and on "Wednesday to 17jc a decline of Je during the week. New Or leans a week ago quoted 17c, but fell en Thursday to 16c, a decline of ic during the week. Iiivcrpool, at the conclusion of last week's review, quoted 8td, but declined on Thursday to SJ 8d, a decline during the week of l-16d. The Memphis quotation was lGJc, which en Tuesday became 161c, a decline of id during the "week. This statement shows another week of declining prices, an unhappy fact for speculators who bought before the declines set In and who oxpectedjby this time, to be making xaooey on their purchases. Liverpool sad Kew York have both large steaks, and the crop news continues to be favorable; while the latter is the case higher prices do not appear likely to arrive, any important calamity to the growing crop would, however, julekly change the prospect of affairs. As the crop is behind, the crop on hand will have to supply to a later date than jMtwl, and the hopes of cotton holders far a possible rise principally rests upon that fact. In our own market there is nothing like activity; some orders are here, but the best lots on the tables be long to speculators and are held at priees beyond buyers limits. The following table shows -he com parative weekly and total receipts at the United States seaports up 10 the dates annexed: 'JS7S-7I lbTS-TS No is. lt,2S H9.978 ztts&l saa 181,494 12,1S3; 83,838 sklis; ujm wi,7 H8,fi99 140,417 flVEl S5,716 B539 99,767 98,130 UL9M 118,519 199,577 89,23 88,743 85,499 looses 105,739 97,563 84,ei Mo m 19,79)1 1,M WMSII 1,121,77) 17t 74.771 i,ias TcteL llee 10539 taois TMftJ.; lWSA 1&M1 IXmiii uh in,i m Tt-l. LM7,14 1,4SS,4. Hoc. at,i& nsso Total. LH4,7' 0r-7 ilMW HH.1W TbfalL l,7Mft J Ml S 101,211 TotaL 1JBMM 1,707 JM 1M47 ivas! fmi. i Mftati LbSM - Jnl71 MIW .UMB jbbm i-7,i us, mi TOC-1. tW,' 2,1 S' J Ml XI M03M llllt. 9MS-. tNW7 245MS7 Feb 1.JSS 136,51 Total. 2Cac SAX! K6ii iwii law Total. I itAJtil Fab i46 miss IS0j006l 121,150 M9,9ai 9,136 I 133,91 lS2,iffi 115,000 150,500 15i,4C 6,764. 161,695 83,996' 11133: 7,887 136,661 80,747 TtetoL ZWM I FS7, MfTv lt 71,191' 136.933 ,-,., i m-:ntn iSHJ)V 2S17.61S' 74,es lel6, bW 48,791! 13e.O0Ut 67,95 1M.1.I ,1-S2 2,7464 2JWT 3,(61,230! MTlU 8S,S 51,406 UC4M 41,658 SmmL t&J W 242JW45317, 4.7S 71.1. S1,T) 81,4.! 66,061 T-al. 177.670 6473 256.474 StOTO Mill?! K,7S7 4U.ri 71,719 41,174 tRHal. 3tU 2,427X7 31JB1 A1S 5vWT 4JJ6, 3-L357, 67.SU! 43,012 TMad. X,M,'1 S4.i 2H3silV$l, AltlM tax's: 4,ca- SI,)! K,88 42,760 idtal , 451,174 S.U& Wl S,ll.72 Al 17 3,712 SaJH2 27fl! 40590 9MaL!,4M,17 Mll 2A,175 312,K J&B4 94I B424 4663 3601: S7jlMi 51,318 Total SSO Set 2liS 37,7M Karl- -CTjUSSi lMii 5I,4 57,656 Tm.l SMJK lSBW, iraw Kl 34 4T 4M7I 17,S6 4449! ?atUj SS76,1W ;10JO).l60 3,6a),65! M'rli, SC 1WXB 4i,70i Tol.'S13U 36L52 2,S5 S,7:irfl4 uvr hxa sta kxz 4).vbI 3S 41,708 30,; TaUU.IXj9S.73 1 LJjI5 2.611,118 3,7S6,-SI X'yS 2ZJVS5 A&17 11,464 36,482 Total. i J8(N 399,T 2,6:1555 3,782 JKS joms ivsu 2im Msi, :ys, Total. t,7143 MMjOSX 2,65rV 321, ISO J'nelS 12.4 U. 1V.HS7 1 1.671 2I,V4I Itatal U677jMh M45.1H6 2.79jS72, 36151 17,353 13.31S J'ar 121 1J' S1 27JJK1 1JJS7 , 11,616 7VML SPM.4K ,4,S0 $,6?U22!SS6ia Jalri 7K 152S2 3,Sli 16,W1 n2a lx.7K.liDiS.ll7.WI6 iAJ3 3U.76I 8,731 JavW, t,7H 16,, V' 15488 10,063 X.TW Ml S.M2.165 SjSBO.103 3277, 3BTl7i a '4rt 2J1 10.b61 7,151 Keeel&ts in Memphis during the week ao-gregated 489 bales, against 627 bales Wm' week, and 163S bales the corres- peBiHog week last season. The total reoeij'ts since the first of September, 1878. have been 426,681 baled, against 468.761 nt the corresponding time last fceasoo, sOowing an increase of 19,923 bales. Khlnmnnfj durinrf tlin week arCTecat- cd 9963 bales, against 3782 bales last week, and asai tne corresponuiiiB weeK last season. Total shipments since Bep tesa ber 1st have been 420,1 30 bales,against ae3,t27 bales same time last year, an laerease of 21,503 bales. The stock on hand is 10,053 bales, acainst 11,5S2 bales last week, and 9, 998 bales at the same time lastyear. Sales d uring the week were 14,000 bal es, against 1700 bales last week, and 2000 the corresponding week lout season. The price of middling cotton at the etose or the week was 16Jc, against lfe at the close of the previous week, and 29Jc at the same time last season. The average price for the week was 16.520, against 16.625 last week, and 19.152 il'ie corresponding week last season. The following statement, compiled r'reei our daily record, showo-he re ceipts, shipments, sales, closing prices Bd average price of cotton for ech week since the present season openea.: S ! 4. C 1WJ 177 3.7MI 376i J70I i 19J7 2U0 19.17 20J0 17.791 1325 16.731 173 16.46i 18J12 8.1O0 4.700 2.7001 17 I 1JC ltLJ4 15K 16.71 18.60 14k 15JD 18.77 13SZ 15.73 1831 V1Y,. 12S4I 17.43 S 4,: SS IU42 &JS7J 1 1M M'5 IS ' 11,110! 1108 1 15,1471 1&3M i2 7,VO 1210 1MO UjWI 11,571 1401 18JO UM UJJ0 U44 1JM 16.1l 192 ISA! is a 1523 1HJSS 15.43, 30JU2 15l! 20.13 153 190 1553 19.60 N.U8 2l,HW li.102' 1LW0 Dm. Jh UMl. 1KMK 15,772 16001 !, SUOI 1H. 7.4W, 15k u,m' lsk 8,4 iu, mi 10.70U IB 17... ZlW U17 ll.l . I 7M 'H. 1 '1 jh. a I "fa 16.45K1 I7U0 mi 15.1781 12.440 1527'20JOO H(. 14 U,JJ 1M0S 18,600 Lift 17.4161 8,400 15t lo25i 20J9 ISA." 20JI 1&5K 19JS6 Jj. SP.-I Mmr.Jf. Mac Jiar.K JimL 4 ApL U aW 8.MS 8.700 15k 15.40 19.68 1527 HUB 7Ji PM 1! 1&3S! 19.44 J6 W.3 12.100, Uki 15.42, UX7 a.47SI lUiiXi 11.1W L: sjifi; 44 S,12 10 AJfL Jbr X i 2,4r 215 t87i M iw' ez x.ii 4,JU, if 600 17)4 6,400. 18 ifX Via 4.S00' lrd 300 17J3 aco. 17k ZKIt IPS ItXM 1813 172, 18X0 xr m Mar Mar Jae Jdh U jir 4 Jmj-ll. Jal- tS !Ii 17.77118X0 17.4i 17J 17J8 47JS3 17.1 1821 17JT0, 13 71 16hi 1821 16.88 18.78 3MI 4f 4 27 i.4 X.7e; 1,.W1 1 l-'jm 18J 1,400 1 16 3 19.13 I.7W1 IK 1MB 18JW 2W The ootton" mabket yesterday (Xenday) was equally as dull as Friday H44 Htardy; only ISO bales were sold, iefcllftg bales sold pn Saturday even ing, ana not reported. Telegrams re ported no change in pri.ee, and the atttiatioa remains as described above. The 2few York telegrams closed dull and unchanged at 17Jc; Or leans was quiet and unchanged at 161c; IJveriool was quiet and steat'y at S tttl; Uavannah quoted lCc; Mobile, 16c; Otwrleatoa, 15lc; Galveston, 16c The oilletei qtotatkoeof the ootton exchange wefe.Hocbaogel, as follows t. Mmrr llVfiil2 aaKraty (jlM jAf Xt44Ua( MMMI Use. J6K817- Steadyaod unclianired. llphtofferinrs: nales, 160 bales. Receipts at seaports the last three days, 3616 bales; during the corresponding time last week, 3103 bale; during the corresponding time lastyear, 4232 bales. COTTON' STATEMENT. 1874. 83 1873. 421 312 1872. 49 Ilce4t to-day hum lut Maasar..- . 142 Mum Hfardar 110 116 umK same Um lartw'k 176 1U3 riaraeUrae week before 240 612 176 lUKfW MBC6Bept- 11 126,771 408,761 30075 Ktoakon ltand 8,820 818 Hblpment to-day.. Itall. n- OS: fc & 186 186 81 391 JHTef, xu.4; 4S ; Total shipment 43027 399,627 378,333 The Liverpool cotton report of W. C. "Watts & Co., of July 3d, has the follow ing: "For the past week or more pri vate telegrams from America have re ported the weather as very favorable for the growing crop, and as far as we can learn the popular impression on this side tBefwnative tiep&TTei are abienti t The commercial Importance, of the great republic as a postal hi$hay be ? r-iTi-.... r,d Ant lala was Ble- r4i 1JM4 IhJJti 94 UTS, 11C9S S i 15Jft 13.83 ltLas isjh I IBM l0i KM is that with an average season from this time forward we should count tijxn a yield in 1874-5 of 3,800,000 to 4,CO0,O0O bales, and that an exceedingly favorable or unfavorable season may increase or reduce the figures, perhaps as much as 200,000 bales. But, for the purpose of an illustration, suppose we assume that tho American crop of 1874-5 will be say 300, 000 bales less than the cropof 1S73-4 now promises to amount to, what will be tho effect? We canuot, of course, pretend to answer tho qucston cjrreclly, for wars, rumors of wars, financial panics, aud a whole host of uuforseen contiugeuciea may arise to Inflate or depress prices. But looking at the question with all tho lights we have now before us and there are two views that prominently present themselves. In the first place, price are now very moderate. True, American cotton Is now some jd to Jd per lb higher than it was during the extreme depression in March last, when we thought the American crop of 1S7S-4 was going to turn out over four and a quarter million bales, and about 1 l-16d per pound above the lowest price touched in 1S71, when we were dealing with an American cropof 4,350,000 bales, but middling Orleans is now id under the average of the big crop year (1S71). Then, again, tupposo we could strifee out 200,000 hales of our present visible supply of American; in other words, that the crop of 1678-4 had amounted to only about 3,925,000 bales, where should we be now? Evidently we should be facing a protective scarcity for some months to come, which would have run up prices 1 It should then be borne in mind Europe has had poor grain harvests for two years past; that nearly every department of trade has for months past been unduly depressed; that there has been a serious famine in Eastern India to contend against; that the crop of "Western India and Egypt the past season has turned out much larger than expected; and then, on the other hand, we have every promise of good harvests in Europe this year, and, in addition, it is quite cer tain we may count somewhat upon the gradual yearly increase 'in the con sumption of cotton goods throughout the world. But so far as the immediate fu ture course of our market is concerned, we should not lose sight of the fact that we now have a very large stock here nearly one millien bales and con sequently this means considerable press ure here and there to effect sales; but, on the other hand, spinners have un doubtedly reduced their stocks of cotton to a low point, and must buy more free ly soon. Ths stock of cotton held by English spinners we now estimate at 130,000 bales, against 15S.O00 last year, and 187,000 the year before at same date.'' The New York Bulletin of July 16lh reports: "ThjMBarket forcotton on the spot was J$dull, and prices were further reduced ic. This was caused mainly by theforeshadowingsof the bu reau report, which was bulletined at about three o'clock, as follows: condition or aRowura crop as com pared WITH A GOOD ACREAGE. Improvement JuZylif. in Jura. Jvrcmt, Jrrofru, North Carolina. KoutU Carolina Georgia Florida: Alabama-.. Mississippi Louisiana . . W2 . M 81 96 sa 87 73 102 91 13 7 11 6 10 8 3 12 4 Tennessee- 7 13 "This, with dull accounts from Xiiver pool, cave a downward course to the market, and it was felt more decidedly in lutures man in coiion on me spot. Tne early monuis were especially weas, and there was a larce business for Au gust and September. The shock to speculation caused by the Chicago fire was also an element of weakness." To this the Mullcttn adds: "It must be kept in mind that the standard here repre sented by 100 is a very high one, much above an average: as may be inferred from the fact that while most of these flcrures ranee below par. vet the condl tion of the crop is perhaps higher than in J uiy lor tne last ten years." The financial iiiiurET during the last wees has been line a snip in a calm, just swaying to tho force of the swell, but not advancing s knot Money is gradually cominc into a little more ue- mand at 10 per cent, per annum in the banks and 1)02 per cent, a mouth iu tne street, out ail mat is none is line a blind man's evidence as to the merits of a painting, "it don't amount to much." Exchange has been for some days, aud continues to be very scarce, so that shipping currency is now a common oc currence. Those who get keep, and nothing Is doiug between banks. This does not affect the rate", however, for whether the street is suffocated with a surfeit or;maciated by a famine of ex change the rate remains at par buying on Kew York and Boston and pre mium selling, and -discount buying on 2Jew Orleans. The persistency of the rates of exchange, in view of the inex orable requirements of the Iawofsup- nlv and demand. Is one of those de partures from necessary sequence that demonstrate the impossibility of rang ing everything under the logic of antecedent and consequent. Gold is in demand, with noth ing offering; brokers offer 109 for it but would pay more for round .Iota. A small lot ot Mississippi Central railroad stock is on the market. A lot of S200 jTlcolson pavement was bought at 37. Charleston railroad stocks were in eager demand at 17, for a small lot 17 was of fered, -ut 20 was asked and 20 will, ap parenOV, soon be the buying figure Some Fernando insurance was in the market for . cash bid, or for an equita ble exchange or Union and Planter's stock. In the evening 20 was offered for a lot of Charleston railroad stock. Uempbls sixes, one eonpon , Nlcofhon Pavement cnpt.J7 (s Shelby county nerlpt - - ;f 8g TenneHfieanev Unnf, 7,,.,. 2.1 (att Comptroller's varrutiu. -- te- I Tub General Market. There was an arrival of com, but it was almost a. ' for dealers; we heard of a lot offering at 82c ; on orders, Sic Oat were scarce at 72J(5,73c in store. Bran arrived more plentifully than lor some time, and sales were at$l lower, $17 60, with a possibil ity of going to SI 7. Cbrnmeal opened at ti 15, at which 200 barrels were sold, but it soon rauiea, ana ue day's sales were generally at SI 20, at which the market was strong. Bagging is coming into request, ana sates are macing at Hl(a life, cash, for 21-pound. Jbtatoeare in moderate request at $4o for Tennessee ana western, uaooage appeared in the market for the first time for over two months; nice western at $8 a crate. lOrlfm nra ro with tunm n dnmaml Vfaa-wiaw "V4MVC n Jill UClUnUUi at $4 254 50. Hggs were In limited supply and better, at 16c Butter is higher; choice, 25027c Bacon and all articles of the hog product have been advancing all week, as the quotations below make manifest. Cheese is lc low er. Come is drooping in the first mar kets, but is unchanged here; the 2ew York MuUetin of July 16th reports: "Prices of Bio and Santo3 cof fees are really lc lower, if not more, and we so conrrrrm our quotations, though at the same time they must be regarded as entirely nominal, as we hear of no sales to establish official quotation. The stock is well controlled and In few hands. urn mere are no buyers in tue inarKet, and the position of the market cannot be ascertained until some transactions transpire." yuotaftonx are for round loll. unle otherwise expretted; and fonfecd and produce, levee ralet. For small pur chatet and orders, rata are propor tionately higher. Baling Stuffs For 21 nnnn.io u: HJc cash; Iron ties, jobbing at Sc. Bacon For packed clear tides lllia 11 c; clear rib sides, llii iC; shouldere, 69c; hams sugar-cured, 1416c: breakfast bacon, 12 Jc ' UEANS jueaium, ?z 602 75. Bkan Sales of 60. 78 and 1SS 17 60. Butteb Cooking, 12J16c; prime. 1822c; choice, 2827c ' UHEESE rxew Jowa per pound 1314c Ca Iabbaoe New St. Louis at S8 Tipr crate. Coal Oil Per gallon, in store, at 16 17c; special rates for car-load lots. Cobn Offering at S2c; selling oil or ders at Sic CmcKiixs Old, Including all hens, $3 4; young, $1 603 50, according to size and freshness. Small chicks not and enllCiiteneu views ui no mwun.i e unselfish public spirit of iu eages, and therublio' and private virtue ot ita THE MEMPHIS wanted. The market was heavy aud prices drooping. Cotton Yakns-No. COO, 1313J; No. 5tt), 1515J; No. 400, 1717jc. CoRNMEAlzSales of 200 bbls at $4 16, but the closinc price was stroug at 54 20, Eaas Moderate supply, at 16c; some single pacKages at ic. Flour Quiet at S4 509 in store, Fkitit Peaches. 75c ner uox. Guocekies Sugar, crushed, powdered aud granulated, per tb., in barrels, 12M V2t: Koft roll nod vellow aud white, in barrelH, lOfijUJc; bniwn and yellow, in hoch?heads, nominal. Molasses Lou isiana inn barrels, 60tfft80o; sugarhouso nru nominal. Salt domestic, by the car-load, $2 102 15 per 2S0-1D barrel, Coll'ee Rio, per lb., comraou to choice. Hn)oc. uaiituofl star, per 10.. iwijiit Bice 9tf9c. Starch. 5Jc Soda, 7()8c. Giuts Per barrel. $5()5 25. Hominy Per barrel. S4 CO. Hay Nothing on lauding; in store, nrlme. SI 30. Choice In store at 2G(27c. .Live Stock Cattle overstocked; dull at 2(a.4 Jr; cows and calves dull at S15R 30: sheen in fair supply at $1 26P65 per head ; no hogs in market; light weight woui a tiring $5. JLUlle uomg in norses andimules; there is some demand fer driv ug and saddled stock at SUO016O. IiEiiONS Per box, S10 5012. IiARD In tierces, 12j13c; In kegs, 13J13Jo; pails, 13j13Jc; in cases, 15fa)15lc Nails Lots of 50 kegs and over $4 rates; small lots $4 25. Oats Last sales at 70c; in store, 72 J 73C. Onions Quiet atS4 25ft4 50. Peanuts Bed. 8ffl9c: white, OfalOc. Potatoes Selling at S45; sale of IS bbls western at $4 2o. Pork Mess. S2l21 50. MONEY MARKET. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW ORLEANS, July 20. Gold, 1101; sight, i premium. Sterling, 510. LONDON, July 20. The rato of dis count icrthe open market is J per cent., which is I below the bank of England rntn. Th amount of bullion withdrawn from the bank on balance to-day is lll,000.Consols-f6r money,92 J(?,928 ; on account, 928(3)921; 5-20s of 18G5, 108J; 5 20s of 1SU7, 1091; 10-40J, 105r; new .1 1 HI 3 . X'irt- Pcnlml T'V! f Ut, 1IAI, -C " 1 301; Erie preferred, 47J. NEW YORK, July 20. This has been the dullest day of the season in Wall street; not a single feature of interest. Money easy at 23 per cent. Prime discounts, 5J7 per cent. Customs re ceipts, $570,000. Sterling dull; actual business at 4S7 for sixty-day, and 489 4S9J for sight, liold openeu ana ciosea at 1101. Uarrvine rates 2. 3 and flat. Tho assistant treasurer disbursed $251,- 000. Clearings, 525,000,000. uovern ments firm at Improved prices; coupons of 1SS1, 116J; do. 1862. 1125; do. 1604, 1151; do. 1865, 117; do. new, 1161; do. 1867, 1171; do. 1868,117i ; new 53, 112 ; 10-403, 112J; currency 6s, 117. State securities dull; Missouri 6s, 92J; old Tennessee, 74; new Tennessee, 4: new Virginia, 30; old Virginia, 30; old North Carolina, IS; new North Carolina, 10. Railroads a fraction lower. Stocks opened dull. and afterwards became firm and somewhat active, but cIo.ed weak at a decline of to 1 per cent Western Union, Lake Shore, North western and Pacific Mall, leading the decline. Among the sales to-day were 20.000 Lake Shore, 14,000 Western Union. 6000 Pacific Mail, 5000 St. Paul. Canton, 50 ; Vestem Union Telegraph, 71J; Quicksilver, 20; Adams express company, 10CJ; "Wells & Fargo's express company, 74 ; American express company, C0J; United States express company, 69; Pacific Mail, 411; New York Central, 99; Erie, 32J; Erie preferred, 47J; HarUm, 124; Harlem preferred, 125; Michigan Central, 69; Pittsburg, 87; Northwestern, 38; Northwestern preferred, 6G; Bock Island,; 9S,; New Jersey Central, 105J; St. Paul, 35; St. Paul preferred, 54; Wabash, 35J; Wabash preferred, 05; Fort Wayne, 92; Terre Haute, 107; Terre Haute preferred, 121; Chicagoand Alton, 100; Chicago and Alton pre ferred, 104; Ohio aud Mississippi, 251; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, 73; Burlington and Quincy, 102; Lake Shore, 72J ; Cleveland, Columbus aud Indiana Central, 17; Illinois Central, 95; Union Pacific, 26r: Central Pa cific bonds, 88J; Union Pacific bonds, 82; Hartford and Erie, li; Delawaie and Lackawana, 107. COTTON MARKET?. BY TELEGBAril. LOUISVILLE, July 20. Cotton steady, 16Jc. CINCINNATI, July 20. Cotton steady, 16Jc. ST. LOUIS, July 20. Cotton dull and nominal. NEW OBLEANS, July 20, 11 :30 arm. Market quiet; middling, 161c; sales, 150 bales; receipts, 3S5 bales. 2 p.m. MarKet quiet; mtuuiing. loic: sales, 300 bales; receipts, 477 bales. 6 p.m. Cotton uemanu 11 mi tea; sates 500 bales; prices easy; good or dinary to strict good ordinary, 14 151c: low middling to strict low mid dling, 1516Jc; middling to strict mid dling, ibi(ai ic; goon miauimg, ion; receipts, 626 bales; exports, none; stock, 27,894 bales; unsold, Saturday evening, 19,900 bales. LWERPOO L, July 20,12:30 p.m. Cot ton quiet and steady: mlddlinrr up lands, 8J8d; Orleans, 8d; sales, 12. 000 bales; export and speculation, 2000 bales; July delivery irom Savannah or Charleston, nothing below low mid miner, ma. 3 p.m. Sales of American cotton, 7200 bales. July delivery from Savan nah or Charleston, nothing below good ordinary. 8 l-16d. August and Septem ber delivery from Savannah or Charleston.-nothinc below lew middline. S 3-lbU. NEW YORK. July 20.10:15 a.m. Futures quiet and steady; August, 16 16 7-16c; September, 16 ll-16163o; October, lOjlOjc. uotton quiet ana 10:40 ..H. Futures quiet; July, 16 1R-7.1R. .MjTist, jef,'aUb7-lbc;bepteru ber, IC ll-i'MJo 'P?'0116 0 6ai nvmrr. ii V5,t&. JHCc; December, 10 7-lCc; sales fo.- future delivery, 700 bales to-day; SatCrd"? evening, 1500 bales. 12:10 p.m. Cotton quit; ales for ex port Saturday, 751 bales; b.-ues 10 npiu nera to-day, 22 bales; last Saturday 40 bales; sales to speculators Saturday, 119 bales: none to-day. 12:15 p.m. Futures dull; August, 165-1616Jc; September, lCfc; October, 16(S16 9-lCc: sales for futiue delivery, 5300 bales. 2:05 D.m. Cotton dull: sales to spin ners, 9l bales. x 2:20 n.m. Futures dull: Julv. 16i(3i 16 3-16c; August, IC 3-1616c; Sep tember, 16J16 9-16c; October, 16 5-16 162c: November, ltiimia 5-10c: Decern- ber,16(ai6 5-16c, sales for future delive ry, 10,600 bales. Cotton report for three days at all United States ports: Receipts, 251S bales: exports to Great Britain, 807 bales; exports to the continent, none; stock, 207,378 bales. DRY GOODS MABKET. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, July 20. Dry goods packages to the trade ruled quiet in nearly all departments, and lobbing branches were dull. The market forcot ton goods was unchanged at firm prices. Cotton flannels in good demand, and come makes sold up to receipts. Grain bags were active, l'rinta moved slowly. Hosiery in better request. Wool flannels and blankets In fair demand. PRODUCE MARKETS. by telegraph. LOU18VILLE. July 20. Flour and wheat quiet. Corn firm at 7482c. Oats quiet at 6570c. Pork in fair de mand amriilcher. S2I 50. Bacon firm at 8, 101llc. Bulk meats firm at 7j, imajiuic. xru tierces, I3ji3jc; kegs, 14c. Whisky,.94c. ST. LOUIS. Julv 20. Flour dull Wheat in good demand at full prices; sample lots No. 3 red fall, $1 081 10. Corn easier for track lota; No. 2 mixed, C265c, on track; C566c, in elevator ........1,,, uiu nutu0i, JUVB llltlTU- lar and lower; No. 2, 6062c, on track. SehtgfKorght-;tb. e4courth(fteTaB fast as recovered. Three Cbln.jraen lost. Tlilrty houses wcreJ .Vept away. All that part of the lown de-J DAILY . APPEAL- TTJIDSpA.T', JULY 40, 1874. Whisky firm1 at 95c Pork firm at $21, generally held at $21 60. Drysaltmcats no sales. Bacon stiff for jobbing and order sales; shoulders, 89c; clear rib, 10Jllc; clear, lllljc. Lard firm; summer, llc. CINCINNATI, July 20. Flour dull. Wheat in fair demand at lower rales; red, $1 101 13; hite, $1 201 25. Corn dull and unchanged; mixed, CG C9c. Oats scarce and firm at6S6Sc. Oils unchanged. Eggs dull and droop ing. Butler firm for best grades. Cheese steady. Pork Douyant, but unsettled; sales early at $20, but held higher at tho close. Lard scarce and linn; summer, llllie; kettle, 13c. Bulk meats steady; shoulders, 7c, spot; clear ril, 9c, spot and seller August; clear, 10c. Bacon steady at 8J, 10llc. Whisky stoady at 95c. NEW ORLEANS, July 20.-FJour dull; treble, $G7; choice, S7 258. Corn higher; mixed, 65c; yellow, 80 90c; white, 9395c Oats firmer at 75e. Bran firm at 92J95c. Hay scarce; prime, now, $30. Pork scarce aud firm er at $2222 12j. Dry salt shoulders scarcoat SJc. Bacon dull at 9;, 11 J 11 Jc Hams scarce at 16ic Lard scarce; tierce, 12J12ic; keg, 13j13c. Noth ing doing in sugar aud molasses. Whis ky dull; Louisiana, 97c; Cincinnati, $1 03. Coffee quiet; ordinary to prime, 1923c. Corn meal scarco and firmer at S5. CHICAGO, July 20. Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat opened firm, but closed dull and weaker; No. 2 spring, $1 10jl 12. Corn firm and a shade higher; No. 2 mixed, 62c bid, spot; 62a bid seller July or August. Oats active, higher and strong; No. 2, 50 52c, spot; 4So bid for seller July, and 35 jo for Be'.ler August. Pork scarce and firm, at $20 752087i. Lard full prices asked, but no demand, at 11.4011.47c. Whisky, 95c. On the call board, this evening, wheat closed heavy and lower at $1 10 Beller July, and $1 08 eeller August. Corn closed steady at C2g 62c seller July, and 6161c seller August. NEW YORK, July 20. Flour dull and lower: superfine western and State, $4 905 25; Ohio, 55 707 20; StLouia, $5 9011. Bye flour firm at $56 CO. Cornmeal quiet; western. $3 504 20. Wheat dull and lower; No. 2 Chicago spring, $1 271 28. Com a shade firm er; western mixed, 78J79Jc. Oats firmer; mixed western, 63j65c Coflee nominal. Sugar firm. Molasses firm. Petroleum lower; refined, 12c. Pork active and firmer; new mess, 520 25 spot; 52023 July. Beef quiet Cut meats quiet; bellies, 10c; smokedshoul ders, in bulk, 8c; smoked hams, 16c. Middles quiet; long clear, lOJc. Lard firm; prime steam, 12c spot. Butter firm; western, 1828c Cheese steady at 912c. Whisky firm and fairly active at 9SJc. RIYER INTELLIGENCE. AdverUaccl to LenT Tills Saj, Napoleon A.. J. White. .8 pjn WltUbargEu.A Uughxs. Arkansas rlvcr-UA kvsville Uiuclnnatl.R. W. 1)U(1am. Arrived Monday, v.m ,5 p.m ,5 p.m Ht. Francis. Frier's I'olnt ISeUe or Shreveport.. EUa Hughes Frank Korrest it. Louis .WltUburg . Osceola A. J. Vftlte Nanoleon City of Vlctsburg. Vlcksbarg Arrived nonday. Belle Mempuls.... Bt. Louis jonn jiyie.. Julia . fit. Louis ,SU Louis Depnrted. St. r"rancls .Friars Tolnt Belle -Memphis... St. Louis John Kyle New Orleans j una- .Vicksburg Frank Forrest., .usceoia Belle of Hhrevcport, 2iew Orleans City of Vicksburg-.. St. Louis In Fori. Clarksvllle, A. J. White, Ella Hughes, TVcatbcr. Rivers and Business. The weather was very warm during the past forty-eight hours. The river declined one inch yesterday, and now stands nine feet eight inches abovo ex tremo lowrwater mark. A rise of ten iilWflSKrreported at Omaha, while at oiner points a decline is noticed. At Plumb-Point eight feet is reported. Business continuos at a summer stago. Nlace or Hi vers. OFFICE Ons., SIC. 8r.n. U. K.A.,1 July 20, 1671. S Above low Changes. water- Klw. I Fall. Feet. Un'a. Ft. ln. Ft. ln. Keokuk 0 11 Cairo 10 9 7 St. Louts 12 6 3 fllUburg. 1 10 Cincinnati... 7 4 . L. LoulnvUle 3 11 Memphis . 9 8 1 Bhreveport 11 2 B Nashville 2 1 1 . New Orleans 11 5 Little Itock Below high water mark of 1871. Official. a. W.IUIODE. Observer. JMoTemcnta or Boats. SUNDAY. The St. Francis, from Friars Point, brought 748 sacks cotton-seed. The Belle of Shreveport, from above, put off 0 barrels meal, 195 sacks corn, 105 sacks oats. 16 casks meat, and 520 packages hardware, and went south after break fast, well laden. The -fc.ua Hughes and Frank Forrest arrived in the afternoon, with moderate trips. The A. J. White, from XMapoieon, nau -a Dales cotton, and sundries to order. The City of Vicks burg, for St. Louis, passed up at dark, with a light freight list. MONDAY. The Belle Memphis, from St. Louis. arrived during the forenoon, with 700 tons, comprising 1103 sacks bran, 1513 sacks corn. 150 sacks oats. 330 kees beer. 58 bales hay, 740 barrels flour, 890 barrels meal, 120 barrels potatoes 290 palls lard; and returiied.at dark with a light freight trip. The. John Kyle, from St. Louis, towing a barge, added here seventy-five tons oil-cake and fifty barrels cement, and went south in tho afternoon, draw ing eight and a half feet. The Julia was expected from above last night with one hundred and fifty tons for the city. The local packets went out with light trips. Boats 1 a Leave. The A. J. White, Mark Cheek master, B. H. Wildberger clerk backs out at five o'clock this afternoon for Napoleon and all the usual coast landings. The Ella Huches. Ctntain Drinkwa- ter, sails this afternoon at sharp five for or, urancis river, xtir. William Uairo is secretary. The Clarksvllle, Captain BeesoPritch ard, will clear at five o'clock this after noon lor .Little Bfck and all points on the Arkansas river. Mr. John O'Neill controls the oflice aiT:drs. The new and light-draft steamer, B. W. Dugan, Captain Lou Bryson com- inauuiiic, win ueparc tnis alternnon. nt five o'clock, for Cincinnati and ell points on me way. xtwz Brffi, In our local column; will bo found a communication in regard to wharfage, signed "Steamboatman." Bead and judge for yourselves Captain J.Hen ry Cooper was a passenger on the Belle Memphis, for St. Louis yesterday. He will visit the different places of interest In the north, and return home about the time a heavy frost falls The Phil Al- Hn on her way to Paducah, to be over hauled and repaired, made the lun from here to Cairo in eighteen hours and twenty-one minutes, which is the best on record, except that of the Robert E. Lee and the Natchez. She will be lengthened twenty-five feet: six leet (width) will be put in her hull, and her guards extended out. Her cabin and machinery will undergo a thorough re- JlIlug, auu nucu uio 1CIU1U3) nuiul will be in about eight weeks, she will be as good as new, and, if anything, faster. The cost of altering and overhauling will not be less than twelve thousand dollars, and may reach fifteen thousand dollars A telegram from Evansvllle last night says that it was cloudy, a flooding rain and terrific wind having passed over there at three o'clock yesterday morning, dis mantling one barge of the Peytonla, blowing down a tobacco house, unroof Ing buildings and bridges, and tearlr boats from their moorings, but dol' them no damage. Clippings. From tho Cincinnati rhmm the nineteenth: "Captain B. M. T will have beacon-lights placed at F Sun next week, by which pilot? avoid the stone-boats sunk In the nel at that point. If necessary, ' pave beacon-lights placed at po il Vade ;lsing 1 may cnan he wlU ints be mm .suuua UUU j 1---; Ue in thepoblB at $305 to$300Jor Attllla, low Rising Kun during tho low water. joseiin ill. I'crgusoii, oi iruutuviiie, West Virginia, sold to George B. Mc- uuire, oi .uiuisa, lieniucuy, one-teniu of the steamer Fannie Freest) for four hundred aud flftv dollars. Several days ago Sarah Adkms sold to Milton Freese one-seventh of tho same steamer for one thousand dollars Mr. "W. L. Trask, of tho Memphis AvalancJtc, arrived from St. Louis,uhd is at tho Merchants' hotel. Captain R. W. Dcigan has returned from lxiuisvillc. Ho has finished tho work of wreckiug tho Belfast, and has tho machinery raised on barges, ready to lie brought here. Captain Dugan left for St. Jioula last night, nqd thouco to Cairo. By Tuesday he will bo ready to commence the work of removing Bacon rock Captain Kennistou raised steam for the first time, yesterday, ou the now Vine. Shlnkle. Sho will make a trial trip to-morrow Captain John Barrett has bought a three-quarters interest in the Jessie, from Caj tain Tobe Spencer, nt the rate of five thou- Bamldollars fot.tbe whole boat, The McMilliu steam-capstan vs. James Bees, was up In the United Stata court, yes terday, at Pittsburg. Mr. Bees secured a patent for a capstan somo time ago, which Captain McMlllln claimed was an infringement on his patent capstan, and Judge McKennan so decided. The court ordered that Mr. Bees would have w stu' wiuuui,L4ui vMjniHUiri uuiou uv i proceeded In a regular way, by getting a license irom uapuun iucaimin. uin erwise he would make himself liable to action for contempt of court. Mr. Bees's counsel asked that his client be allowed to proceed by giving bond, but this was denied. So the case stands for the pres ent" .The New Orleans iYcajuneof the nineteenth saysc "It was warm in the sun yesterday, but not enough to make it uncomfortable. There was a fine breeze blowing all day, and those who could remain in the shade found it very pleasant. Business on the landing was good, and most of the departures left with good trips The Henry Tete was sold yesterday by the United States marshal for eighty five hundred dollars. Captain J. F. Aucoin became the purchaser." The St Louis Democrat of Saturday gives the situation In this manner: "Sharp competition between tho Con solidated line and the ICountz line re sulted in flour being taken yesterday for New Orleans at fifteen cents per barrel. The initiation of this ruinous rate was the declaration, 'Our rate is twenty-five cents per barrel, or as low as any other line.' Tho other line then made the bold stroke of fixing the rate as afore said, at fifteen cents, and several hun dred barrels were shipped yesterday at that figure. As this is far below tho point where freight ceases to be profita ble, it can last but a little while. The barge line will hardly ber compelled, we think, to fix Its rate on Monday at ten barrels for a dollar. Captain Silver, of the Susie Silver, now loading at fifteen cents per barrel, Is full of grit. He remarked that he would rather die of apoplexy than consumption Mr. M. C. E9py died yesterday morn ing, at home, 3135 Franklin avenue, af ter having been confined to his bed for nearly nine months. He was well known in river circles, having been a steamboat passenger agent for years, as sociated with Captain J. H.DuiTer. He also owned a number of steamboat bars, and had steamboat interests at diff erent times." 3lxnooi BESTORED. A victim of youthful Imprudence, causing premature de cay, nervous debility, etc, having tried in vain every known remedy, has found a simple self-cure, which bo will fcend free to his fellow snflercpi. Address J. 11. ItEKVES.TS Nassau street, Mil ork. Bndd Doblea Omdlilon Powders. Thb most Expkbiekcxd 110K3EMEN USK IT FOR RALK EVERYWHKRE. DAILY m WEEKLY ThoPapcrs fortlioPeople TEKiSSl Weekly. :. S250 2 oo ! Weekly (for U lubs of Five or morel Dally (six pa, pers).., , ' , ' 10 00 OO.NTAiBa A. Well- JDIrp,stcil Summary OF THE NEWS OF THE WEEK, e as Meilis inn Appeal Embracing Political, Commercial, Lit ary, Scientific, Agricultural, riiilo- of ospliical, Bellglous, ordinary news, other rnatteni oi iui. . 4 i and all the Farmer, Manufacturer, undIercuant. Mechanic Parislteleera mlBaysltheTcoverri? ment'bas'ccnsented waTfecess because 'it hopes, before the assembly meets in V Tiit,i..,,ii.-rN----i ' --- 1 ynminiiiiii.wr fv SECOND AND LAST , . -mm i-vnriTiTm GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF TUB MASONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF NORFOLK, YA., THURSDAY, SKTT'R 3, 1871. WIUK enUirprlMJ Is romlncteil by the MA L KONIf KELIKF ASSOCIATION, OV NnltMit.K. V'A..nnilor nutliorUrof the Vir Blnla IieKlMatnro (net pawed March 8,1X7.1,) jor Ilia JHiriMjrwj Ul Uimn);iuiu4 kj iwui,(io tho Mafcoutc Temple now In course of erec tion in Norfolk. $50,000 TICKETSCOOO CASH GIFTS $250000 2 TO ISE UIVKN AWAY 1 NEW FKATUUkTtO-W1T:-A Olft Is Ciuaranteed to ono of every Ten Con necutlve Nambers. LIST ir GIFTS. One Orand Cash Gift or. Ono Urand.Casti Ollt of. One Orand.Casli Gift of.. une urana casii uiit oi, Ono Urand Cidi Girt of. One Grand Casta Gift of . One Grand Cash Gift of 1.) Cash Gtfu of liouq each 24 Cash UifU of &0 each... 41 Cash Glitt or ZjO each. 7J Cash Gifts of 1.7) each 2SI L'tfJi Hlftt of lOtl each ,-), 3 v;SH U1IU OI 5ooo Cash outs of S7S Cash Gitta of 0 each. SlfiW 10 each. a),wu WOO CASH GIFTS, aggregating 50,000 Whole Tickets. S10: Half Tlakets.S3: 0 Dar ter Tickets, fj 60; Kleven Whole Tickets or 22 Hall Tickets for J100. No discount ou less amount. NO PfPrPTDPAI, BENEFITS. This Concert la strictly for MASONIC par- poses, and will be conducted with the same IlberaUtyJionesty and fairness which char acterized ine nru enterprise. For Tickets and Circulars, giving full ln- tormaUonaddress UJSNBY V. MOOKE, (Secretary Masonic ueuei Association, Norfolk. Vlnrlnla. Agents wanted everywhere. jy9 eod daw C0MSIEKCIAL HOTEL HAVING leased the furniture, fixtures and general good will of the Commercial Ho tel to K. 13. and H. B. Carrol, we would re spectfully request the lavors of our former natrons as heretofore, feeling that our succes sors will give general satisfaction. JNO. D. ALLEN. The above hotel having come nnder our control and management, we would state to tne public generally mat it wui oe our pleas ure to serve them in every way that will aaa to their comfort. Our rates are reasonable, and our purpose Is to make it first-class for the price, in every respect. We invite all to call. Proprietors. BSEESHSBA SPRINGS. GRUNDY COUNTY, TENN. rpHIS well known watering place will be I nneneJ for the recerjtlon of guests lor the season of 1871, on the first lay of Jane. and wilt be kept open nnui tne nrsi uay oi Orfher. RATES OF BOARD For the months of June and September, sio ner montn; lor tne montnsoi j uiy anu auilm, xj per muuui. iiv i nn ii n v ? ' I ' uv I ii n weeK. Bin. BAersheba being located unoa one of the highest points ot me iumDerianu inuunuuns, at an altitude of eighteen hundred feet above the city of Nashville, is regarded by physi cians as absolutely free from all malaria and eDldemlcal diseases. The place was certainly never more healthy than during the summer of 1X73, notwiinstanoins tne large uauy arri vals from Nashville and Memphis, where the cholera prevailed so alarmingly. visitorscan uuy uixuugu iicneu, eituer uj wav nf Traev Citv or McMlnnvllIe. Close connection and quick time made on both routes, ice ior ine reason on nanu. Arrangements will be made for through tickets Irom Memphis and other southern clues, at tne lowest rates. Onr address will be Nashville until first of J nne, alter that time, Beersheba Bprings. llr. T, J. HAItliir li, oi xtasnvine, uesiuent Physician. a. m. pwi i jv i-rop rs. NOTICE IN BAWnitCPTOY. : In the District Court of the United States for itift uiginctoi west 'iflnnessee-in mo in al ter of Bouthworth A Tbayer, BaaferaplA in. DanaJ-rnplcy. 10 ine creu'iora 01 taau hnnlrriinla ryiAKE NOTICE, That a general meeting-of me creuiuira oi me muu uouiliuiiu) i be held at the office of T. J. Latham, Esq Beelster In Bankruptcy for said District, at Momnhift. fin. la Madison street, on the 21th day of July. 1S7), at 11 o'clock an for the purpose Ol ueCianuKK jmtuuiucuu, No. 19 Madison street. Memphis, Jnlyll,lS7L jylleod LAST CHANCE FOR AJS EASY FIFTH AND LAST SIFT CONCERT IN AID OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY TTTX"2-" Olst, 3.87- I.IST OF OIFTSl One Grand Cash Glft C500 One Grand uasn uut One Grand Cash Ullt.. One Grand Cash Glft nnn (iru'lll fTnsh (Jllt.. 5 Cash Ullts, faifxrj eacn... 10 Cash Gliu, ujmi eacu.. IS Cash Gifts, 10,000 each., 20 uasn uiits, a,uw eucu. 25 cash uiits, 30 Cash Gifts, 50 Cash Gilts, 100 Cash Gifts, 210 Cash Gifts, SQ0 Cash Gifts. 4.GC0 each, Wtt) each 2.0CO each LOCO each, 6C0 each, 100 each, 19,000 Cash Ullts, SO each. Grand Total, 20,000 Gifts, all Cash., 100,000 PRICE OF TICKETS I Whole Tickets- I 60 00 , 2S0O 5 00 BGO00 1XXJ00 Halves- Tenth, or each Coupon Eleven Whole Tickets f or 22X Tickets for . For Tickets or information, address TUOS. E. BKAJIIJETTi., Aeent and Ilaungcr, PublleU-brary Building, LoulsvUle, Ky. Mr Kor.fuU 'aPgELg, Je30 No. 6 West Court su, jiempnis. Dividend ICotice. Office WAsnisaTON Fiee asd Mabi MemDhls. July 10.1871. 71. f in Fire mm. trvbhnldars of the Washington I ,i -Mnurn TnnnrAnee Company are hereoy notmeu uiu !i.- -----lng bt tho Board of Directors, held thUlay. .i. . . . V V.Ti,.M I n n n n d 1 m n A t. a dividend oi nve iqi pr wm. "--L"'- upon the subscribed capital, to bo creillted nponuiesmciuu. Q ,.o- WHITE CLIFF SPRINGS . i. . r.r HirnniA rrrAek Hotel.1 ..ir.-I. Lv irort Tnnassee. has Durchased me ho'el property, at this favorite summer reru and has erected one of the largest and most convenient hotels found at any water ing putce in the south, which Is now open for the recepUon of guests, and assures the pub lic tat rSothlng vrui Ibe lert undone to make ihisoneof the most pleasant and deligfnl H?" ?.. i7, iho Kinthem States for the plMsure-seekeranJ invalid. The springs are situated on Chllhoweo Mountain. Monroe county. East Tennessee, sixteen miles Irom My'CrSek-the nearest point from the . . . . y.. vtri-ift. nnd Georzla rail- roS. ThTfariocatld at an elevaUon of 1200 i???;wrJ,--,..nr i7ht. in a dry. pure and very inviiroratogaphe roundlnTcouStry. wh"scene"ry 1, nusur riassed. An eminent physician of over thirty veara1 pracUce will have an office in the hotel. y ExctSS6nUckeU wUl be out on sale at all prominent sonthera points to these sprinfrs i-. rvir. t reduced rates. The pio- -nrietor wlU ran a daily line of hacks between -. r' ir n,i tiiS Horines. making con- Mi Hons with trains. Fare, one way, ; round n ecu - persons wmiiiuk "-ji-. . trip,- "reek hotel" will find ample accom modations. BOARD Per day. 2 ; per week, RATES OF 'h.for June, WS; per month 110 50: per mon ind September, JI0. thll- S SOW) !B,(M 20J91 . 10JM) a ono 'ism 2.HM) . 15,1 J00 itftn llO) auoo 1WM" .. 7 flOO 60.0C0 25J.O0 lWfiW 140.(W) 150,000 10,010 MUion lWJJW ioo,aio liijum 50JXM 850,000 for Jury, auhusv - u drenderl'-years t u June and remaining throughout the season, i -ess l?SS!fhrr.artlcular5 adq. x..or,rlelor. J. U-MAGILI-. - .fmruotels. Mooso Ctees. auu. " Jnn- hiTi. Important to Commercial TraTel.'"' - -oiviir.ima who solicit SOMMKltciAi. ri7)GOE. TRAXif 3TeAMbj ho visit their customers 0XsTOCK.and Pe.'.n-TcUon, by raU or w'.7 SerWmenUThism. manner. 1' 'e?eet the iyeTf all corn that this notice may f ttiia coun meVclal travelers ' .TKCKglve it their Trv. and that they will Aiu above re SiStWf. JggSSjK ENWALLVtreateiland quest vrUlbeCONriJJE- l'lease address 3a,y dvlsed of object "JSopkbatioN. Sre Gto.F.weUftCO- U Fk roWjNew yorXeltr tr. ") I ..... , , t AST TENNESSEE UNIVERSITY, KHOXVILI.E, TK5.V. miliH well endowed and admirably eon- dneteu non-bectariau elate lrjiiumian. has eighteen elllclcnt Professors in Its facul ty , and iiortsewiefl unrivalled advantages as to heallafulne&a of location, excellence oi dls- lpllnn. lhorooEiineM iu ine courxe oi in. slrnrlion and cheapness ot expense. The arxrezate uxponhes. including board, tuition, washing, fuel and Il:hut,ooiitfusnut and room rent fce iicrsesolou of twenty weeks, Is only from fU to (Sli. about half the ukiial college rales. An admirable opportunity la thus afforded our young men of the south to acquire a thoroniti education at tlx lowest poible rates. Thero are three courses of ;uuv, VI: iy;n;uiifiii, w.. ....... !si.!il.and the student is allowed to eleet wuich of tho coursrs lie will persue. There Is connected with tlio University an excellent Preparatory School, In which the pupils are tboroiiKbly prepared for their coUfce courses. The number ol student admitted last year was.,:s. me next wsion uegius utw i'4 w sepUinber. All htudenls should be in, H pos sible, ttlthe oiening of the term. A deduc tion oi nearly ono-balf tho usual fare on the rullroads will lie secured for all the htudeuts of the University. Kor lorlher information and catalogue, aDMjr to the 1 resident. lea Knoxvnie. -ienn. X.V A-UVO. t . . U DIAMOND SPECTACLES phMA tiviiaitM ftr mannfaetnreil from miviith rRYHTAi, PKBJILES" melted to gether, and are called DIAMOND on account of their hardness and brilliancy. Having been tested with thepolariseope,tha diamond lenses have been found to admit fif teen per cent, less neaieu rays man any guiei pebble. They are ground with great scientific accuracy, are free from chromatic aberratrens, and produce a brightness and distinctness ol vision not before attained In spectacles. Man nfactored by the hpeocer Optical Mann. fnclnrliis Company, N.X. Tor sale by re sponsible agents In every city in the union. W. C BYKlF. Jeweler and optician. Is Sole Agent for Memphis, Tenn from whom they can only ue uuuuueu. .iwitmuiw.cujjwj. Do not buy a pair unless you see the trade marko Pl8 Trustee's Sale. TTNDEB tnd by virtue or the terms oi a U trust deed, made by VnillamB-Crisman, on tho 17th day of Mann, 1871, to me as trus tee, to secure the payment of a certain note, .... til Ka iwnit.mnM tr ftafil Instru ment, recorded in the Register's office of Shelby county, in book No. 7S, on pager 5W,et sequitur, anu ay uirecuuu vi iub saiu noie, l win, uu ATeilncsdaT, 10th day of Angnst, 1S74, nn,i lnt vtrpan i h hours of eleven oVIock am. and four o'clock p. m., iu front of the build ing formerly occupied oy me .MerciianM-national bank of Memphis, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets in said nfrpr m nnhlic vendue to the highest and lying in Shelby county, Tennessee, and north Desi uiuuer lor ciu, 1110 iimiwus of me cityoi Aieiupiiia, iKuis !. uw lot or tract of land known as lot number nice m.f wnnVlov X- Mrlmnre's sabdlvLsIon of the Robert Weakley tract, lying near Wolf river; said pirlot lot numoer niue twj is ue uHhi,i mk follows: Beginning at a stake on the old Uandol ph road, on the ,st side there- OI,at tne SOUtuwesi Wfraeriuuio uauku, uu ktii hv m to Morris Dovie.iuns thence north eighty-four and-three-lourths,oa-"t ten chains anu seven iiuk-, iuvui? b,..".i.j e.u. chains nnd sixty-six link to tho southeast seven Chains anu seveniy-iunw uu uue-un-i links to the old uanuoipu roau; luencewitu said road to tue poim oi oegmniiiE. Enultv of redemption Is waived. Title be lieved to be good, but X sell ooly as trnswe. . I 11- 1 1 IT l' qwcioii July 15, 1ST l. WlLSOX A BEABD.AttorneTs. SHERIFF'S hALE -OF- Valnnble ISeal Kstate. JBLIO NOTICE 13 HEREBT 1IVKN, That hv virtue of an execut'on t . tne iikm-ui from tho Hon. First Circuit Court of Hbelby county. Tenn-in the caeof Mer chants National Bankof Memphis vs.Chaile Jones ana w. u. ureeninw, juuamcu deredontheMh uayoi January, io.i.i". juo sum or two thousand and nlnet.v-seven dol lars andtllleeii cents, with lnlerestandcotsof suit, to satisfy said J ndgmeut, etc., 1 will, on Wednesday, 12th Day or August, 1874, nt ii rtvwir ft.m in front of my office. No S51 Second street, Memphis, Tenn- Proceed to sell, to the hlghebt bidder, for cash, the follow- . . ..i . . . -.n- tA.inlt At IStT. fT ing uescniieu iiroi,ivj, w... ground in the city of Memphis, county of Bhelby: Beginning at the nunnwesi corner of the IntersecUon ot Second and Union streets; running thence northward with the west Blue oi oecu u nuwii '"j;" , , , one quarter feet; thence westward parallel with Union street one hundred and forty eight and one-half feet to an alley; thence southward with the same seventy-four and onfiuarter leet to the north side of Union stuet: thence eastward with the same one hundred and forty-eight and one-halt feet to the beginning; levied on as the property or ,i.fp-,i!ini W. B. Greenlaw, to satisfy said judgment, interest and costs. o'clock a.m. W. J. . DO YLK, Biicrin oi cneiuy guuuij, ituu. Memphis, 11th day or July, 1871. W. ' Htephens. Attorney for plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE OF "Valuable Seal Estate. TlUllLIO NOT1UK 13 iir.lit.iix uitwt, r m.i h" virtno of an execution to mo directed from the Hon. Second Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tenn., In the case of An derson, Gay & Bugher vs. B- E. Underwood 'Ni,t. ii'.ii' nf November. ,ttT7. for the sum of one hundred aud sixty-five dollars, with In terest and .costs of salt, to sallsfysald Judg ment, etc., 1 win, on Wednesday, llh day of Angnst, 1871, -t n.inj.fe n m . Ill fmntnf mvoffice.NO. S51 Second Hreet,Memphls,Tennproceed to sell, to the hlgnest niuuer, ior casn, uie iouuiv ah the right, titlo and interest of F. D. Bucber in a cerUdn lot of land situated in the county of Shelby, city of Memphis, on Lau. .LninfA ctt-Mt- ivmmnnnlnir nt a rtolnt in the west siue ot iiuaeruaio Rim ov noith of the Intersection of Lauderdale and Bealo streets: running thence north with the west line of Lauderdale 60 feel to a stake; .t.&nMA.rAt nnrftltAl wltli Keala street 100 feet tolotll; thence south parallel with Lauder .i.i. ttrrer M feet? thence east and parallel with Beale street 100 feet to Lauderdale street, being partot lot i. iievieti uu im iiu - erty of defendant, li. V. uucner, 10 sausiy saiu tudgment, Interest and costs. K-iie to commence promptly at eleven o'clock ajn. W.J. I. DOYL", r3nenn oi oneioy uuuutj, cuu. Memphis, Hth day ot July. lsji. Geo. Qlllhani.Att'y for plaintiff. Jyl5 Non-Itesident Notice. No. 1166-ln the First Chancery Court of Bhel bv county, Tennessee-tinion and l'Unters Bans: ox Meinpuxs v-nu. in.cj. it T,tw,irin" tmm aflldavit In this cause that the defendant, Ilu. I Brlnkley, is a dtl- ti tt Arbnntuis and & non-resident of the State of Tennessee, and this suit was lnsti- tiit,i iit rnmniAinani jqit id. ictj. Hiieuiu u lndebtednf duo by defendant to it of JyMD, as evidenced by promissory note lnuorscdby him. and that a writ of attachment has been Issued ,! rotnriipil hv the Sherlu. levied on csrtaln pioperly belonging to said U. L. Brlnkley, to wlt: His reversionary Interest in an undi vided one hair of the following property, sit uated in the city of Memphis, ;a-wit: Lot232, tup. -omer of Mam and Madison streets: lot v-n in hjuwm Jftirsnn street and the Ha eigh road; lot No.3U9,NW cflrner cf Tniru and Concord street, and lot No NE ear ner of Third ana Concord streets, and his lie in and lo the following, virr rartof a tract of land ljing NE of Memphis, as ir r plat book No:i,page SSBeglstfrs office ol tald county, and being a partition between B.L. Brlnkley and Anna E.(4uowden ; the lots coy oeed yellow on said plat belonslnk to al 1 nu. L. ii. and parUenlarly named In a part I Uon deed registered in book No. 7S, pages to? and 9 Register's office, an I b81u parj- ol blocks NoV. 1, 2. 5, 6, 7, , 9, i, 11. U, S and lt U therctore ordered. That he make 1;L appearance herein, at the courthou,a tn the city of Memphis, Tenn, on or ;e oie the first Monday In September, lb7i, and r ead. answer or demur to said compbvinaai'i bill, or the same will be taken ior con fessed as to him and set for he-ring Pf e; ivTTi,, o of this order be pubilsbed once a week, for four successive week in the MYmphlsAppeol. This lBth dsy of Ji , y.lSIi. A copy- By R. J. Black, D. C and M. Jarnagln & Frayser, Sols, lor compit. Jvl.fri Nen-Kesident Notice. No 1133-In the Flrsrchancery Court of Shel by tSunty. Tennessv-A.L. Harris, et ai- aPPringm'kfHdavit In this cause thatthefeSdants J.H.Hanna and William nthburaeiflrm oi Hanna 4 Fishburoe-are citizens or Arkansas, and non-residents of the Itito of Tennessee: that complaJnanto' bill ww filed June 6, 1871, aUeglng that said de remlahW are indebted to them in the sum of Sf SionttS PmPtSbe?,Vl. and Plead, an ?wo? demur toromplainants' bill, or the sw ?ni im taken for confessed as to them Rearing ixparte,and that a copy SMC? 'MUND A. COLE, A ,py-t"" clerk and Master. T5- n y B2ack.D.C.andM. By J.'... ', ; ,w! ori n . sal. for comnlaln Mcranss" ,wed WHS. rl.I.K'VCE 1IIG scnooL(onVa.and Tenn. R.B-,15 miles west of Lynchburg). -.?J?K?i,,rir. v'lnlnla. The Tenth Annual HlonwUl begin Sent. 15th. Beautiful and hlthylo7aUon. Fnil corps of Instructors. U?";.., Slimr-, of the family. For caU- louvie or information address, at BeUevue 1. OWM- rl. ABBOT, FrlDCipal. Refer to Gen. J.B. williai-s. - 15 CshTGirut,.lt,w eacu.-. -r-nrv.-rrrj 1 JJ v--w, i rr ir 25 Cash' Gifts, 4,000 each; 80 Cash Gilts, aOOeach t'10000 "iniXBOO FItlVV -TE It's. &1 JelTcr sou Street, Between Miln and Fron iRow, MEMPHIS, Taw EOrt&bliahed' In 1660. DK. JOIfNhON Is ackJ-inwledgedbyali pax. llMiiiinncini.MhT far the most succesv ful Fhyslcian In Uie lf ttimeut of nrlvate r secret diseases. Quick, t horougb and perms, nent cures guaranteed 1 a every ease, male or j-inoie. tiecem cases oi i JonnrrneAanuoypui Us cured In a few day i, without the use ci mereurv. chamzn of iiia ' n, htnrimnce from business. HerondaryHyr kills thelastvestlg viwiicLm-iuiuai uie xuut or mercury, jx volnntary law of mmen stopped in a shoit tihro. Bufferers from 1 m if-nv nr 1ms cf seznal power restored t i free vigor in a lav weeks. Victims or seir- buxe and excessive venery,snfferlnzfromsr ermatorrbea and Icm of physical and mental power, speedily aid, permanently cored. ruucoiarnuvuuuu t" cu ui uiouiseases t-S Women, and enresgnara .lecd. Throat and Lung Dla uses cured by new rmHe ... . . . . .. All COUSUliaUOnS B UriCI IJ mnnnniini , Medicines sent by expr tea to all parts oi u.o country, . umce nours irum s aa a. uj p. dh-uxj . frora3topj. a TOT ,, OF VALDIBLE RE AL ESTATE, PUBUO NOTICE 13 HEREBY 'GIVEN, That bv virtue of at i execution to me di rected from the Hon. F lrst Circuit Court ot . Bbelby county, Tenn- in the case of the Greenieaf land Taylor Manufacturing com pany vs. George Pattlwi i. Judgment rendered on the Mh day of March ,1871, for the torn of six nnnurea ana seventc en aouars ana uiiny four cents, with interest and costs of suit, to satisfy said J udgment, et e I will, on Mondy, the 20th d aj ol July, 174 ;' at 11 o'clock, ajn Infix at of my offlre. r-a. 351 Second street, Memp tt la. Tenn- proct tr sell to the highest bidde r, for cava, the follow ing described property , to-wit: Fnrt ot cat eleven (11), block fifty (5 4), city ol Memnhtas beginning on the north ode of Vaaf -t t, at the southwest cornel " of F. H. B-vi' lot, and running thence nor th two hundred and ninety-elzhtfeettothe south lta- of he ex tension of Brown's aver me. th ncx ot wtMi said line three hundred ad nlnrty-nva ftM to the west line ox said It it No ll.inciicwfa.jath with said line one'-rrc tlra and lorw-eighl' feet, thence east thirty -L ' ' fl. thuim onehundred and fifty rt et to uis north HiMe( Vance street, thence e is , with sdiinthreo hundred and sixty lee t- to Ihe beKinplBji levied ou as the prvpertv of ''-fend,iui3MfC Pattlson, to latlsfv sl'J . Ju-gment, intcMSt. and cokU. . - -t. Bale to commence I rromplly at 'e'rvtn o'clock auxu V ?. j. p. Doru; ftherlff of Si ilbt ounty, rtsnn. Gco.OIlhani, Mtornej fur plxlQtlU. Memphis, Wth day of J que. i67i. VALUABLE REL ESTATE rlTBLiC NOTICE 13 HEHKBT OIVtN. That bv virtu- of rn exntionto mo di rected fromthuJion.battonrt Citeul' Cturtof -helby connty, Tmn lu ths e?e if w. W. Bond,etL,c.xecutor.vs-K i". Brlnk'ey.jBtlg nient rtniered on th "h ryol rtbtOHf, 1K71, for Ibe sum of ir tti'ioviud ou, hau ttre i and twenty seCu dol atsann slx'y fear ceutr, wllh Hit r-st asd co-tt ni suit, to tat lsly haidjud?ment,etc--, I wll'.ou' ni-n Jay, tbo 10ih ay f A;i;nl, 1S71, at 11 o'clock ajn- la frvi .t of my offlo, vc. IB. .second stpt, MmpLh I, cinea.- ptfoted to m-II, to the blfresi bidder, lor esh, tm luKoviog descrlb-d pnrpeny, l witr That c rutin tot or parcel of land lying In tlit, ctyof Mrn .hi. c3nty of ishelby hImI Stnte oi 'J'tnne es ribe- find uuudfcd h fcllon, to-wit: B. miln at the Interstc llrfn of tbeeai c b uu dry -if lown rescivd Cti"fc wcsi linrf Mjniaa-fl,e-li with Uia -nnihsl.lecf foplsr .reel aud rnnn'n. unrlti 79'i wtst 1th FonUr stre"' three hnn d.id and five (JUS) 'eet 10 a stsite. the north east corner f -u'livUlon C" o. orulnal rounu lot o. W2, a, partitioned among th. hxlis and devices of Jadat J jliu Ovtrl.i un der l is will ; ihxnce sou th h.; aiou. with the et line of Bald sutrxlivlslon" L " throo hundred and seventy-three le , mor or .ess. tw - point, said point txuu i e in i center or middle of Waslilngtou str. t, thould Washington street ever be herealtere.teuutrl thronli w Manass-U street; thence south TiW east along tho center of Wuhlugton street, should it be extended, thlee handled and five feet to a point in me eastern oounti ary of town reserve or to western line ul Ma nassas street, as now called: thence north H west along the said town reserve or Manaseas street line mree nunurou nau severny-iurea feet, more or less, to Uia beginning, being a part of country lot No. 602 and ail that por tion ef subdivision" A and B" of said coun try lot No. 602, as partitioned between the heirs and devisees of Judge John Overton, which lies north of the center ot Washington street, shonld it be extended, as described by said B,C.Brlnkley in his deed lo A. Wright. trustee, dated jnne a, w , oi recoru isdooc No. 101, In me Register's office of Hhelby connty; levied on as the property of defend ant, B.C. Brlnkley, to satisfy said Judgment, . Interest and costs. Sale to commence promptly at 11 o ciock an. W.J. P. DOYLE, Sheriff of Bhelby county, Tenn. Memphis, tth day of Juiy.lSTI. Harris .t Pillow, Att'ys tor plaintiff. JylO CHANCERY SALE OF EEAI ESTATE On WcdaeaJay, July lt 1874. No. 5"i, R- D. In the second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. Mary W Wintter et al, vs. cnarler Wlntter et ah BY virtue of a decren of sale made In this cause by the Second Chancery Court on tneffith May, 1S7I, minutes No. S, pages 1S1 and 1,1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the door of the Second, Chancery Courtroom, Second street, city or Memphis, Tennessee, Oa Wednesday, July 1, 1874, within legal hours, the following described real estate set forth in the plat and survey riled herein, situate lying and being In the county of Shelby and Stale of Tennessee, seo Uon 2, range 8 of the 11th Surveyor's District, and in the loth Civil District ol Shelby coun ty, renn-to-wlt: Beginning at a stake on the east tide di Breedlove street; thence east 8 chains andtt links to a stake: thence south 6 chalneaad Wni links to a stake; thence eU cbslm ana ti links to a stake; thence cortu Sahidui and (XBi links to a stake, the point of begin ning, containing S 6-10 atres, and lies north o tho Dower tract. Also, another tract: Beginntn: at a stake on the cast sldeof Brecdlove strait, the soath west corner of the Dower tract, thcaeeea't-l chains and C links to a stake; thenuKnthl chains and 75 links to a stake; thence vvlS chains and 41 links to Mtaso; ILence north t caalns and 75 links lo a lak, tho, point ot be ginning, containing i Srig-louo nct, and itta south of the Dower tract. Also, another met. mhject to the wldovt dower therein dtscribtxl as follows, to-wK: Beginrrcgatasrskeihtbee-ststdenf Breed- ' love st.ctt 4 chains nf.rih of the )i.thvrK corner of tbe 13 47-2XX actes, oat of wuudk dower is taken; ruaulnn thence east 8 chatsa and li links tn a stahe; throe uorlh &H chains ton stake near th suutiieat com.' of a ycung cicLiud: thence west 8 cjiatrw and I' 'inks to a (akc Iu the east side ot Breedlcve street; tbenue ouih uith lt 6I4 chains to the place 01 beginning, with all the. Improvements thereoru lermsof 8le On a credit ofsix and twdtu months, purchaser execnlin; note with ap provrd stcnrlty; lieu retained. This May lJt. M. 1. L. f.TEWART.t3j!rrr and Vs-ter. ByGm. Mallmy. t . sod M. mrj mrr Halo Po-tionl until 8ATUrtDAY, .ner.stl.'ls7l. M. D. I- FTEWAllTt t letfc and Master, lly Geo. Malltry, l'. nd 31. ea OF REAL ESTATE. No. 911, R -First Chaarsery Court of Shifty Couii'y-ll.D. Frayser, trotte, etc., vs. Je m'roa llighuj-er, etaU BV virtue ol u lnierlocutr.ry decree Xr vale, entered In tbe nb jver.nuse on the 7lh dy of July, 1874 I Kill spti at paMIc auction, to tli' lil-tien' udder. In frp.tol the Clerk sud v aster's ofnee, Greemr.w op eiatioae buUding, Second street, Mempljis Tf nnessee, on SiTUUDAT. AUUOST 8, 1871, within legal honrs thf foltowins de!rtbed property, situated in a -el by county, lennej. see, to-wlt! The north half of lot. 311, on the northwest .i..npot Jackson and Second sirretn. ritv ,r htomnhls. having a fron t of 31tt-Al.nri Npninit street and running back, between pirallel lines, iieet. i-u,u -ooveuinsuinclenr. r will sell the remalnln r : fMt nr Kaf,i lnt :u 1 ol same depth, etc. 148.j feet. Terms of Sale One-tlJrd cash; balance Iu 6 and 12 months; purcha ser to execute notes with security; lien retaLned, etc-to secure ths same. This J uiy 7, IS71. T , A- COLIC, CTerk and Master. R. J. Black, D. C. and i I. McFarland & Goodwin, Attorneys. JyS Nott-Kesiderit Notice. No. 138S-In tho First Ch ancery Court of Shel by County, Tennessee. Kmma G. Abbott vs. Charlcs Abbott. It appearing from afadavit in this causa that the defendant, Charles Abbott, la a non resident of the State or Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis, Tenn-on or before the first Monday In September, 1874, and plead, answer or demur to complainants bill, or the same, will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four con secutive weeks, in tbe Memphis Appeal. This 11th day of July, 1871. A copy Attest: EDM OND A. COLE. . Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, D. C. andiM. yf, Buff, sol. lor cornpl'nW 1 jyl5vre6J pide'npil ltymrajC aSln' - - - V w DBF IS i mi t the C thtsbi USA im-and ) n'requesh ES E lire my 1 CHRAN, : tol settle n 1-lIablllUc a to the pa w; .IUM.H. SORSTO LERS - tsblngton erala-sort U-klndsof 1 to saw bl . JO 2IAJ IT.TI lings, -Posts, 1 AiK'KINl th for sale SiEcath Gearing o m liBClpe -i Igu: DP irvxR ition of 1 we are IBS.: 63 IB mi a fMii'E T.A1 ww aa w a asm wssm.!