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THE MEMPHIS DAILY AJPlPICAXi FRIDAY. JTJIG ! 1878.
RAILROAD TIME.TABLES. liOnlarllle and Xaahvllle and (Jreat Southern. LEAVa, j AKKITE. Fipnw. daily (except Sat) 1 1 Jit) o.m.l 4 4)0 D.tn. Mill, dally ,10:00 am.; 8:15 a.m. 41 keiule Avunimou;tllon,i i dally igxorl Sunday.)---! 4 .4Q p .mJ .Mempliit and diarleton. (CUT time) Mil! A Express Train. dully' I2K) p.m.: 1 1 :45 a.m. 8-imervtile Aecumtnodatluoi dally (except Sundays) . .i 6:4. p.ra.j 7:58 am. Grand Junction Act, dully j icxonpt Sundays) i fiuiOam. : 9:35 am yilllppl bihI Teneee (i.nva. Iahhitk. 2-M..tu. 2:I0 p.m. Sardls Accouimudailoa.dal- ly (except Sundays). i 4 4') p.m. 8-10 am. Freight ami Amninio'fn, j d tlly iexr-pt uiidy , ! 8:31 a.m. , .4:10 P m. ylempliU and Utile ltock. I l.KOK. l AKKIVK. Main Train, dal'.y KnMgtit. dnilf ex.- 8m ri p.ra.;ll:40 p.m. rt-.30 a.m. i 5ut p.m. I'adnrnli ami tiemplilw. I.EaVK. i AHKIVK. Mall H f"'sng,rtrln,d-iu 4) p.m. in-OO a.m. FINANCIAL. Ther is a bet?r atl'l mire hopeful tone about tuii)(.'n, ulttioiiifb little is io ny; loan able fundii are itbunuao' and when a move ment tlo fcpnn up, there will be plenty of money to start tho better ti men on. Kates rem .ii n nnmin.i'iy . 1Q, Ht the inside figure it almost the "nly m. The exvhantre rate yefUrday remuine 1 at par buying and premium !lip(f on New Vork; on other eastern cities par luymg, and premium selling for bitli Uiuidiid and sifcrht; on New rie.:n, .'j boimt buying, filing at par. 'I'll- New Vork World, of Monday, reporU: " The following were I he rates of exchange on New York at the undermentioned cities: Sa vannah, par and '4 pn tnium. Charleston, ;M6('.'4 premium. New Orleans, 1-160 -4' premium. S. Louis, fl per flOOO premium. Chicago, premium. Boston, par ami l'2?c premium. A week ago Chi cago was not quit- so firm, and Boston still reprteJ 121 per f 10)') discount; there are no other chanirex." li the last eleven weeks the specie in the New York banks has baeu redaol nearly $2-500,000. By far the larger part of this re duction has b.H n on account of the bond sales of the treasury through the syndicate and by popular subscription. The bulliuu v;tlue here of the new silver dollar was ebout 9u8e Rold." The New York Shiiping Lint says there is a report that Mexican dollars are now otneJ in New York for circulation in this country. They are bought by manufacturer at a dis count an 1 paed off upon their employes. Thti retailers have to tike them, and, as tuey cannot pay them in bank, they circulate them, driving L'oi'ed S ates niDney out. Some day they will drop to ninety-five cents, and the people w.ll have to bear the loss. The New York Tribune reuarks: "The extreme ease of the money market is by no mians a health ful or cheerf ul sign so far as general trade is concerned." Buvtna. Celling. Memphis gold bonds r?85 87 ft 38 Memphis currency bond. r?35 37 r?38 Memphis lelrf-r bill., !74 e? 0 r?45 Memphis ledger bal., 1875 & 70 i?7o- Memplils ItvlKer Uil. ,l7d 570 75 & Memphis ledger 1ki1.1h77 u 70 75 1?80 MemphlH I -rti-r bal.. . I s7rt 0 ,? il Klre and police scrip . l7rt K-'V ft e? New compromise tis H7 f68 70 371 Memphis puvliiK sorip ....5-t? 40 f?42 Memphis is slock 102? lll8fflO:JVi Sheibyeou.ity wurranti .. 8S rr Wl W3 SVi Mnmuhts Charleston R'd 5 (f M ft) 7 Mexican Dollars - d'.l 9(5 ut7 IliY TELEGRAPH. PARIS. June 20 Rentes. 112f. 55c. NEW ORLEANS, June 20. Gold, 1013 IOD4; New York sight. -lBiJt premium. Sterling, LONDON, June 20. Consols for money, 95 7-16; on account, 95; 5-20s of 1807, lOS'a; 10 40s. lO'J,'; new 5?, 107,78; 4s, 1058: Illinois Ceutral. 8t; Pennsylvania Cen tral, 31. NEW YORKT, June 20. Money easy at 2 2i per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 34 percent. Cus-toms receipts, 264,000. The assistant treasurer disbuised fo4,000. Clear ings, f40,00().0)0. Sterling exchange, bank ers biili, 435r Gold opened at IOC;?', and close at l'Xif'a. Borrowing rates, 3 per cent, to flat. Government bonds were firm, coaoons of 1881, 10".; do. 1865, new, 1047; do. 1867, lOsJi; do. new 4s, 1868, llOjj; 10-40m, registered, 106; do. coupons, 103; new 5s, 101': new 4!8, 108; new 4s, 108; currency 6s, 120,38- State bonds were quiet and firm ; TennesHee 6s, old, 36; Ten nessee 6s, new, 35; Virginia 6s, old, 20; Virginia 6s, new, 22; Missoari 6s. 102;Ji. Railroad bonds were irregular. The stock market was weak in the early dealings and declined 7a pe cent but afterward be came firm and advanced ,'4 Oil per cent., Rock Island and Cleveland, Columbus, Cin cinnati and Indianapolis being the most prominent in the upward movement. Toward noon the market became irregular. In the afternoon the market experienced a decided change, the entire lint recording a sharp de cline under heavy pressure to sell, both for long and s'uort account. The break in prices ranged from to 1J per cent.. Northwest ern, St. Paul and Pacific Mail leading the downward movement. At the close the low est prices of the day were generally current. Pacific Mail, however, rallied to 75J. Prospective dividend on Lake Shore was of fered at IP; per cent, on blocks of 5000 to 10,000 shares to-day. The executive com mittee of the Lake Shore road will meet in this city on the twenty-eighth instant, when the question of a dividend will be considered. There is still much conjecture on the street as to what the dividend will be and the price of stock is affected more or less by the vari ous rumors afloat in regard to the matter. The Pacific Mail directors voted to pay the Panama railroad JO.OO) inbtead of the $l-r0,UU0 claimed. Transactions aggregated 110,000 shnres, of which 1400 were New York Central, 5500 Erie, 41,000 Lake Shore, 11,000 Notthweslern common and 1500 pre ferred, 370O Rock Island, 8000 St. Paul, 11,000 Lackawanna, 1000 Delaware and Hud son. 1100 Michigan Central, 1500 Ohio, 7200 Western Union, and 12,000 Pacific Mail. The closing quotations were as follows: Western Union telegrapn company, ex-div., 837a ; IJuicksil ver.13; Quicksilver preferred,32; Pacific Mail, 15.78; Mariposa, 101; Maripo sa preferred, 101; Adams Express compa ny, 103; Wells & Fargo Express com pany, 92,- American Express company, 47 ?g; United States Express company, 47; New York Central. lO'; Erie. 16X: Erie preferred. 30: Harlem. 35; Michigan Central. 664 ; Panama. 23; Union Pacific stock, 608 ; Lake Shore, 59; Illinois Cen tral, 84; Cleveland and Pittsburg, 78; Northwestern, 45 J; Northwestern pre ferred, 708; Cleveland. Columbus, Cin cinnati nd Indianapolis, 27: New Jersey Cen tral. 2 '4; Rock Island. 18; St. Paul. 4J?8; St. Paul preferred, 781,; Wabash, 13; Fort Wayne, 92; Terre Haute, 22; Terre Haute preierred. 10; Chicago and Alton, 78 J4'; Chicago and Alton preferred, 102; Uhioand Mississippi, 107 ? ; Delaware, Lack awanna and Western, 574; Atlantic and Pa cific telegraph, 104 ; Missouri Pacific, IOIJj; Chicago, Burlington and (juimy, 106 ,'4; Hannibal and St. Joe, 112; Central Pacific bonds, 108; Union Pacific bonds, 108; Union Pacific land grant, 107 Jg; Union Pa cific sinking funds. 102 4 COTTOH. L:verpool spots yesterday were reported quiet and unchanged; deliveries were 1-321 better. New York spots were quiet and with out change. Futures were fluctuating, open ing firm and five to seven points higher, and closing weak, at one to eieht points lower. Our market was steady, with gxxl demand and Uir offerings. Sales were freer, and en tirely to spinn"rs. (jjotations remained un changed as follows: CttB- Rifkute tatatlm. 8Uvlrd International ClamifiaUton. Tatfrday. Day TUfvr. Ordinary 4ood ordinary lxw middling. Mld.llinu iood middling Middling fair Fair Stains ft UIh ?10l ?104 f?im ?rj- rrl2W 141(2101 it 1(4 111 11 aia- OVJH VilUlOil Market steady. Sales 450 bales, including 170 last evening, all to spinners. Ctta Statement. Cotton Exchange. June 20. gtock September 1, 1877.. 5,292 tiuiwl tsk-rin nl kied previously 406.258 408.315 Balppe-1 to-dar. Shipped prerliHisly.. 10 .404.778 411.n7 404.8W Block (runnlrora.xxnint. Total - Thus far this week Tbuji far last week B.7.W 57 714 MM .406,315 Sine September 1st IXPOBT3. Total Thus far this week... Thus far la.it week . . . Blnoe September 1st. .. 2,-20 .. 1.522 ..404.868 The New York Bulletin of Tuesday re ports: "The opening rates were the lowest, under advices from Liverpool of a rather tame character, but there appeared still a few operators left to bid the market op, and as they met with no great resistance, a reac tion was brought about, and pretty much the entire shrinkage recovered; the upward turn, being aided by rumors of quite unfavorable weatn-r reports from the outh. These, however, were not fully confirmed, and the bidding slackening off somewhat, values eased ur again, anT finally closed two po ut under Saturday evtning, with the market very quiet. The bureau report came to hand to-day, and while probably as a whole en couraging, fell rather flit upon the market, its purport having been pretty much all dis counted. " I BY TELEGRAPH. The following are the official telegrams of the condition of the domestic markets as received by the cotton exchange: jMiek l Slat if 1 1 VK. TeJrgrauu. I M irkrt. Kee'pU. ; Middling. Oil vent an. Nw Orleans Mobile Safannah Charleston Wilmington Norfolk Baltimore N-w Vork Boston Philadelphia ... 8L Louis Augusta Vulet. Imll. VuleL Easier. Otilrt. Vulet. Steady. ImlL Oulel. bull. Steady. l.W 171! 55rti 4 li 11 IOIiSIO llKVl I in 1M 1U. 7 11 11 The following are the New York market reports for yesterday: Ordinary, 9 y-162; good ordinary, 10 7-16"; low middling, 11 l-16c; middlinir, 11 7-lGc; good mid dling, ll74p. At 10:30. quiet; 12:12, quiet; 2:2), quiet. Sales. 308 bales. The following are the closing rates in New York futures yesterday and day before: tf'JHth. 1 YrMertUty. 1 Day before. January 1 1 05 II II 11.22 11. HO 11.40 U.rll 11.H4 ll.rtrt 11.053 11.133 11. 2 Iff 11.303 r? U.SH3 11.H13 11.H43 11.323 11.133 11.07 11.15 11.23 Kebrwy March. , ll.iotf ll.lWr? 11.2H? 11.873 ll.0(T 1 l.HX't ll.5? April May 11.32 June July 11.57 U.2 11.H5 11.33 August , September October 1 1.H2ff 11.123 10.'.-irr 10.MK3 1 1.38 ll.i: IO.WM 10.W 11.15 ll.Ol U.OO November December 11.O03 10 W'l Toue of the market at 10 K)5, firm and 5 to 7 points higher; 10:53, weak and 1 to 8 points lower; 12:37, btead.er; 1:45, quiet and a shade easier; 2:17, a shade easier; 3:10, weak. Sales, 48,000 bales. New Orleans closed dull at lliiC for mid dling. Sales, 550 bales; receipts, net, 171 bales; gros 543 bales; exports coastwise, lo87 bales; stock, 3'J,073 bales. Yesterday a Liverpool telegrams reported the market quiet; middling uplands, 64'd; Orleans. 6 7-161. Sales. 8000 bales. Re ceipts, 4250 bales, all of which were Ameri can. Liverpool arrivals opened l-32d better; June-July, 6 7 32d; July-August, 6i4' 6 7-321; August-September, 6 9-32d; Sep tember-October, 6 Il-32d. At live o clock arrivals were steady; July-August, 6Ad; October-November, 6 5-16d. i ne movement at the ports was reported as follows: I This I Lout Tfii Week I Week. Week. Dcuit Year. Hec'ts since Krlday 7.W35 H.03H .208 Exp'tstoU.BrlUln 11,375 8.H47 14,5tl8 Kxp'tstoCoutlnent l.OMO U,H2H 7,370 8tock HW.H45 224.XIW 2SO 826 GENERAL TRADE. There was a little corn among the slight river arrivals yesterday, otherways the mar ket had very little movement. Potatoes are in better demand, but packers cannot offer $1 a barrel, and the growers generally say they cannot afford to bring them in tor less. Apples arrived rather more freely, and good are readily taken, as also are peaches; plums are neglected. Eggs were drooping, owing to too great plenty and warm weather. A farmer, writing to the St. Louis Republican, says: "All farmers have about made up their minds that 603 to 65c is what they will have to sell their wheat at. Adding freight, etc., it will place the new crop in the St. Louis market at 75c to 80c. This is the price ready to be accented now. Kansas has the largest crop ever Known by millions of bushels, and will not get to exceed 00c, and many buyers are already talking 40c; so, with their cheap rates ot lreigbt, you can see what JNo. z spring 19 likely to be in unicago. The crop is a full month ahead.'' The Republican said on Tuesday: "It is true that most ot the shorts are taken in at a pront. having been put out at higher figures than are now ruling. The shipping movement is far from being so brisk as could be wished at this season of the year, but stocks are well kept down. The Chicago Tribune, of Tues day, reports "hog products rather quiet, and averaged easier. There was not much de mand lor pork and lard, and they eased on. though hogs were quoted firm on a moderate daily supply. Meats were sustained by the tact of a good inquiry, partly on southern ac count, and a report of higher quotations in Liverpool, lhe outgo ot meats continues large." Telegrams received here yesterday report activity and great strength in Chicago; we advance quotations once more. The New Orleans Times, of Tuesday, reports potatoes in light demand there at oO a barrel; corn meal in moderate receipt and oglOc higher, quoting at f 2 502 55. Com in our market was in small supply, with f-ome inquiry; a lot of 200 sacks of white was taken at 50c, and 200 more was offering at the same. Oats and bran nothing re ported, and hay was equally stagnant. Corn meal was selling at $2 25, but the feeling was Btiffer, and $2 40 was asking after din ner. Flour current grades quote at $3 50 dt 75; family, $5 25; fancy, $5 75(36. Po tatoes were in better demand and 7580c a barrel measure was paid for the very tew ar rivals; the feeling continues better, but ar rivals were very small. Onions in store, 2 503. Apples in rather freer arrival at f.-oin 1 25 to (1 75 a barrel measure; some fine large brought f 2. Peaches were taken from wagons at 50c a bushel looie; in store selling at 25c a -bushel box. Plums dull; wild goose from wagons 50c a bushel; selling in store at 40c -bushel box. Tomatoes, $ 1 J-bushel box. Eggs too abundant; asked 9c, but those wanting were not allowed to go away without getting them at some price. Chickens in large supply and heavy at f 1 25 2 50, the latter for hens; joung, fl2; no fin in market. Butter, 8(al0c for com mon; good country, 1214c; choice west ern. 1516c; western reserve, 1718c. Dried apples, 45c; peaches, 45c. Lemons, $5 50(26 per box. Oranges, $7 50 a box. Xuts cocoa, $5ahundred. Peanuts, 4J (35c; red, 3jc. Stock-peas; $ 1 25 a bushel. White beans, $1 752 2 a bushel. Millet seed Missouri, $1120; German, 1 2 10 2 25 a bushel. Lime Alabama, $ 1 a barrel; loose, 65c a barrel meas ure. Provisions clear side pork, 5 (aopic: clear nb, o?hC; long clear. f'4c; shojlders, 5AC; mess pork, $10 50(all per barrel; small orders are charged a little above these rates; packed, Mc higher. Bacon packed, clear sides. 6Jc; clear rib, 646Hc; shoulders, oJ4(so?8C. tsreakjast Vacon 8385c. Hams canvased and packed, 1012c. Lard tierce lard. 77J4c; half barrels, SgBc; kegs,88?8C; pails, H4 8?8c; half pails, 88c. Herrhaats' Whleaale Cask Prices. Chamber of Commerce Official Statement. Flour. Dull ; superfine, $425(34 50; double extra, $4 75(35; treble extra, fo 505 75; choice family. $575($6; fancy, 16 25 6 50 per barrel. Commeal. Steady; kiln-dried, $2 50 2 55 per barrel. Corn. Steady; mixed, 52 (a;.ic; white. o45oc; ear. 48c per bushel: 1 c higher from store. Oats. Firm, moderate demand; mixed, 3839c; white, 40c per bushel. Bran. Quiet; 9095c. Hay. Steady; choice western, fl617; prairie, nominally oU: mixed, f IJ(t14 per ton. Bulk Pork. Shoulders, 44C; long clear, 5?ic: clear rib. 53ic; clear sides. 5WTc: casked. Wc higher. Bacon (Loose) Advanc ing; shoulders, 5c : clear rib sides, 6J4C; clear s des, 6jc; breakfast, 9c; sugar-cured hams, cuvased, 10Hllc Mess Pork. Firm; III. Lard. In tierces. 7?48c: half-barrels. 8H 9c; in kegs, 8M9o: pails, 20 lb. 9c; pails, 10 lb, 99c. Baling Stuffs. Nominal: bugging, z lb. according to quality. lOifc; bagging, 2 lb, according to quality, lOH'c; baling twine.12;: iron ties, per bundle, 2 25. M ackerel. Half-barrels, No. 1. $7 75 8 25; half-barrels, No. 2. 6 25(3 6 75; half barrels, No. 3, $6: kite. No. 1, f 1 55 (31 65; kit. No. 2, $1 25(31 40; kits. No. 3. II 10(31 25. Coffee. Firm; ordinary. 16(3 16Hc; fair, 1717Hc; good, 18(318Hc; prime, 19(3 19K"; choice, 20(3 21c; Java, 27c. Rice. Higher; ordinary to choice, 7 (37c. Starch. 4c. Whisky, 85c(34. Sugar Louisiana. (In hhds) Quiet; tair, 7Mi fully fair, 7c; prime, 8c; choice, 8Jc; yellow clarified, 9ic; white clarified, 94'c; barreled, jc higher. Sugar Refined. Firm; refined A. per lb., 9 10c; crushed and powdered, 10llc; granulated, 102 (gllc; cut loaf. ll(sUJfc. Molasses. Firm ; common, 2528c; fair, 30c; prime, 38c; strictly prime, 40(3 41c; choice. 43(2 45c; halt brls 5c nigher. Syrups. Common to fancy, 35(3 65c. Salt. Coarse and common fine, per brl., f 1 25; dairy, in barrels, fl 50; Liverpool, coarse, sks, f 1 25; Liverpool, fine, aks, $140(3150. Soap. Resin and Ger man, 4"tf6is;c; L.i'.-ir-s Dixie, 4tfc; Lat ting's laundry, 5' ': '.itting's German, 6c; refined oil, Candles. Boxes, full weight, 13(313; half boxes, 14c; quar ter boxes. 14Vc Lime. tl 05(31 15 Cement. Louisville, f 2 25; Rosedale, $2 75. Esculents and Fruits. Apples, nominally $2(32 50 per barrel. Lemons, per box, $5 50 (36; oranges, per box. $7 50; pota toes, new. per brl. o0wJC; onions new, $2 75(33; beans, per bushel, $150 (32; dried apples. 2Ji(34c; dried peaches, 2H(34c. Miscellaneous. Butter western table, choice, 15(320c; butter, country, 10 15c; eggs, 9(3 10c; nailp, per keg,$2 50; vine gar, per gaPon. 18(225c; tobacco, per lb., 43(390c;Fpice, 19c; pepper. 16,'c; sardines. $14(314 50; oysters (light). 1 lb., 55(3 60c; oysters (light). 2 lb, $1(31 10; coal oil. 17c; matehes, $6 2536 50; cotton rope, 17c; grass rope, 11(3120; powder, kegs, $6 35; shot, patent, $1 90(32; soda, kegs, 4c; soda, assorted cases. 5(35"c; cheese, nominal, 10c; new raisins. $2 15(2 2 25. BY TELEGRA PH. 1 LOUISVILLE, June- 20. Flour dull; family. $3 75(34 50. Wheat dull; red. 90c. Corn firmer. 39(3 43c. Oats dull, 28(3 29c. Hay dull, $9i3H. Pork steady, $10. L.rd quiet; choice leaf, tierce, 8c; keg?, 9c. Bulk meats strong, 5, 5.60(3 5 85c. Bacon. 5J4, 6(36l4C. Sugar-cured hams, 10?i(12o. Whisky, $1 04. ST. LOUIS, June 20 Flour inactive. Wheat opened stionu and higher and closed at innide price. $1 01 cash. Corn higher, 3")W35?i'c. Oats higher, 2Gc. Whinky, $106. Pork quiet but firm; jobbing, 9.40(3 9.45c. Lrd nominal, 6.70(gG.75c. Bulk meats strong but nothing doing; clear rib. Js6c; clear, 6V8(364C. Hogsquiet, $335 (33 85. CINCINNATI, June 20. Flour dull. Wheat in good demand; red, 95c(3$l 05. Corn easier, 38(3 40c. Oats firmer, 20(3 29c. Pork quiet out firm; $10 asked. Lard scarcer and firm; current make, 6.95c bid; kettle, 7?4734C. Bulk meats strong, 5, 5.45c 5.65c. Bacon quiet but firm; 5.25, 5.85'6 10c. Whisky, $1 04. Hsgs active, firm and higher. $3 10(33 85; receipts, 2100 head; shipments, 1000 head. NEW YORK, June 20. Flour nominal. Wheat dull: rejected spring. 95c. Corn quiet; steamer, 4243."4C. Oats strong and high er; mixed western. :W(331c Cuffee quiet. Sugar dull; Cuba, 7L8'75 16c; prime, 7c. Molasses Bteady. rork quiet, $10 12'-2 10 25. Cut meats steady; middles, bs. Lard lower; prime steam, 7 22)27.25c. Butter steady; western, 7(320c. Cheese quiet, 38c. Whisky nominal, $1 08.1- NEW ORLEANS. June 20. Flour su perfine, $3 50. Corn dull and lower, 49(3 52c. Oats, 31J32c. Pork in fair demand and higher, $10 25. Lard tierce,77i4C; kegs, 7279ic. Bulk meats shoulders, to arrive. 4;14'c. Bacon active and higher, b. 64 Qt 6c. Coffee Rio, cargoe?, 14(3 17c gold. Sugar common to good common, b6;i4C; fair to fully fair, 6837Jic; prime to choice, 7(38ic; yellow clarified, 8(380. Mo lasses common, 23(3 25c; fair, 25 28c; prime to choice, 3042c. Rice, 67c. CHICAGO, June 20. Flour steady. Whett in good demand at lower rates, but unsettled; No. 2, 950 cash, 9191c July. Corn in fair demand at lower rates and weak; 3GHo cash. 36h36c July. Oats inactive and lower; 24c cash. 23c July. Pork in active and lower; $9 20 cash and July. Lard dull and a shade lower; 6.85c cash, 6.85 6.87Jc July. Bulk meats steady, 4, 5.30 5.50c. Whisky, $1 05. SecondBoard At the close wheat was active and a shade higher; 91?891c July. Corn was firmer, but not quotably higher. Oats were firm and J-jJc higher. Pork was dull, weak and lower; $9 12 July. $9 27J 9 30 August. Lard was dull and lower; 6.826.g5c July, 6 906.92c August. DKT GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, June 20. Woolen goods rather more active, but buyers are pur chasing lightly. Kentucky jeans of the best grades are in fair request, but other makes are auiet. Cotton goods are quiet, but fairly steady. Prints are jobbing fairly at low prices, bat remain dull in first hands. Cotton dress goods are dull. Foreign goods arc in active. Ill V EH NEWS. Weather and Rivers. The table and dispatches below give offi cial particulars concerning the weather and rivers : Office Signal Bervick Obs.. U. 9. A., I Memphis, June 20. 1 878. f Above low Changes. stations. Water- Rise Fall Feet Inches inches inches Cairo 27 2 Cincinnati 16 7 0 Davenport 4 5 Dubuque. (5 Helena, Ark. Keokuk.. .- 6 fl 4 Leavenworth 15 A 1 Little Bock Louisville 9 Memphis Si 8 4 Nashville 3 2 9 New Orleans 4 H I Pittsburg 2 4 50 Bhreveport 25 7 1 St. Louis 28 9 8 Vlcksburg. 85 6 1 Below high water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. Time. Bar. Tner Wind. Jf" Weather. 7 .-00 a.m. 29.91 76 N. Fair! 2O0 p.m. 29.87 K4 N.W. Cloudy. W:O0 p.m. 29.87 77 S.W. Fair. Maximum thermometer, K4 deg. Minimum thermometer, ru cleg. W. M. M'ELBOK. Htf. Slg. Ser. D. S. A. BY TELEGRAPH. Cinciknati, June 20 Noon. Weather partly cloudy and warm. River falling. PobtEads. June 20. No arrivals. Sailed: Bark Arno, London; brig Josefa Leyva, La guna. Pittsburg, June 20 Noon. River 6 feet 6 inches, and rising. Weather clear and pleasant. Niw Orlkans, June 20. Weather clear. Thermometer 92 deg. Arrived: John A.Scud der, St. Louis; John W. Cannon, Louisville. Departed: New Mary Houston. Cincinnati. Evansvillk, June 20. River rising, with 14 6-10 feet by the gauge. Weather chiefly clear till evening, when it clouded and rained hard for an hour; clear to-night and cooler. Thermometer 66 to 82 deg. Cairo, June 20 Noon Weather clear and warm. Arrived: City of Helena, St. Louis, 9 p.m.; Golden Crown, Cincinnati. 10 p.m.; John Dippold and barges, New Or leans, 10 p.m.; Andy Baum, Memphis, 3 a.m; Capitol City, Vicksburg, 4 a.m.; Cherokee, Pittsburg, 7 a.m. Departed: City of Helena, Vicksburg, 11 p.m.; Golden Crown, New Or leans, midnight; John Dippold and barge?, St. Louis, midnight; Andy Baum, Cincinnati, 4 a.m.: Capitol City, St. Louis, 6 a.m ; Cher okee, Memphis, 10 a.m.... Night River 27 feet 6 inches, and falling. Weather lair. Thermometer 80 deg. Arrived : City of Al ton, New Orleans, 5 p.m.; James Howard, St. Louis, 6 p.m. Departed: City of Alton, St. Louis, 5 p.m. nsvesaents at the .Levee. arrivals. Cons Millar, Cincinnati; Golden Crown, Cincinnati; Grand Tower, Vicksburg. departures. Golden Crown, New Orleans. IN PORT. Grand Tomer, Cons Millar. BOATS DUE. Down City of Helena. Up Coahoma, Golden Rule, Katie Hooper. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Fkiaks Point Coahoma, Stack Lee, mas ter, five p.m. Cincinnati Golden Rule, O. P. Shinkle, master, five p.m. Cincinnati Cons Millar, Wm. Tichenor, master, five p.m. Vicksburg City of Helena, I. H. M'Kee, master, ten a.m. St. Louis Grand Tower, George Lenox, master, five p.m. RECEIPTS. Grand Tower 13 bales cotton, 24 dry hides and 49 beer kegs. Golden Cr )wn 130 pkgs furniture, 28 bdls paper, 8 burial cases and a lot of sundries. Cons Millar 63 brls flour, 192 brls meal, 410 sacks corn, 191 brls whisky, 70 baleB hay, 48 casks bacon, 5 tierces hams, 22 casks bot tles, 125 sacks bran, 775 kegs nails, 105 kegs soda, 200 boxes soap, 235 boxes soda, 243 boxes bottles, 608 bdls paper and 400 pkgs sundries. Levee Paragraphs. Business quiet. The Coahoma sails for the lower bends at five o'clock as usual. The Golden Rule sailsJfor.Cincinnati at five o'clock this evening. The City of Helena sails for Vicksburg at ten o'clock this morning. There was a painful, excruciatingly painful dullness in nver circles yesterday. The Golden Crown was due last night, and no doubt passed down for New Orleans. The Cons Millar, in from Cincinnati yes terday, had about three hundred tons, and registered a fair trip of passengers. She re turns this evening at five o'clock. The Cons Millar is the Ohio river packet at the usual hour this evening. Her advertise ment announces her determination to carry passengers for eastern points cheaper than ever. See hi r agent. Tne Grand Tower, arrived I 'rem Vicksburg yesterday, lays over till five this evening, when blie sails for St. Louis. There is a good deal of round-the-comer talk about the fall business, and from what we can gather there will be lively times for awhile, at least. But the result will be us it has always been the ljnyest pole will get all the persimmons. Now, it only remains to be seen who carries tie longest pole. Our twilight tnend, of Madison street, tumbles gracefully to our racki-t about tlie laying of the corner-done of the new "shanty" soon to be erected on the bluff', of which iccaion we remarked he had been thosea grand oratir. A few of the old mackerel brigade wiil honor the occasion with their presence, and "hands on your p M:kel-books" will be the watchword. Our old friend Kinney, the tarpaulin proprietor, having let the matter entirely in the hands of "the mob," of course will not be in any cay responsible for what transpires on that day. The New Oileans Times, of Sunday, says: "The United States marshal sold at public auction, on Saturday noon, the steamer John Means to Joseph Ke'.ley, Khip-broker, for $2850. He also sold the barges Irouton and W. P. Halliday to the same party, tor $2050 aid $2560, respectively, and the barge Mary Ana to Captain J. A. Aiken for $1500. Quite a competition existed, the sale being attended by a large crowd of prominent steamboat men, among whom we noted Captains Hi. Davis and Henry Loaiy. Mr. Kelley was act ug for the Babbage transportation company." Rating Is a Tort are. And sleep often a mere travesty of reinwe, to the dyspeptic Apiietlte Is cotrespondingly impaired by this most prevalent of maladies, and headaches, biliousness, constipation, poverty of the blood, loss of flesh and ot vitality, and a thousand annoying and Indescribable sensations, are Us concomitants. It Is, moreover, the piogenltor of numerous and formidable bodily disorder!. Obstinate as It Is, nowever, its complete eradication may ue effected by the persistent use of Hostetter's Stomach HI Iters, a medicine wtiicn communicates ootn vigor and regu larity to the ontans of dleestlon and secretion, re laxes the bowels gently, but thoroughly enriches and purines the blood, pr motes appetite, and gives tran quility to the nervous system. Persons of weakly constitution and feeble physique who me this superb tonic Infallibly derive from it the stamina of which they stand so much In need, and It Is invariably suc cessful In remedying and preventing malarial diseases. A CARD. To all who are smferlng from the errors and Indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay. loss of manhood, etc., I will ser da receipt that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self addressed envelope to Kev. JosKPa T. Inman, Station D. Bible House. New York. THE FAlIOUb MlSSlSqUOI HPKIXG WATER, Which for nearly half a century has wrought such WONDROUS CURES of KIDNEY DISEASE, DYS PEPSIA and CANCEB. may be had of all druggists. Its curative properties are almost miraculous. For Samphlets containing remarkable cures address 1ISSISQUOI SPRINGS. Franklin county, Vermont. Reliable help for weak and nervous sufferers. Chronic, painful and prostrating diseases cured with out medicine. Pulvermacher's Electric Belts the grand dlslderatum. Avoid Imitations. Book and Journal, with particulars, mailed free. Address Put.vkrmac.hrr Galvanio Co.. Cincinnati Ohio. TOK ACCOJf. SWEET HAYY Totoco tail Awarde.l hi'ike vrtz at Centennial jsxnosiuon ior fine ehrwi4f quantity and extellvit and Umtxtg ennr acter of ncectaing and fiavoring. The befit tobacco evtr maiie. as our Diue atrip iraae-mara. is viuij iunt;itel on inferior goods, see that Jackton'm Best is on every plus?. Sold by all dealers. Send for sample. free, to J. A, JACKSON m iOri mirv. rnennure. Jackson h Co- Mfrs- Peters brjrif. PJLl'MBIAG. WATER-PIPE Hydrants, Street-Sprinklers, Hose, New Xot3 J ust Secei v'd Will be sold and pat up cheap. J. W. X. BROWNE, 253 Second St.. opp. Court Square Gas-Pipe,Sewer-ri e, Drive-lV'Ils,Bath-tnha Chandeliers, Pumps, etc. STAEtCH. ERKENBRECHER'S Bon Ton Starch Is absolutely odorless, and Chemically Pure. It is snowflake white. It is susceptible of the highest and most lasting Polish. It possesses greater strength of body than other trade brands. It Is packed In Pound Parcels. Full Weight gtau an teed. It costs less money than any Starch In the world. It Is manufactu. in the heart of the greatest cereal region ot ii Globe. It is Sold universally In America by Grocers and Dealers. Its annual consumption reaches Twenty Million Pounds. Andrew Erlcenbreclier CINCIKNATI. Krienhrfcfier' WnrM-Famrmx ' vn PjVwS ft pvt SAUCE. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF LEA & PERKINS' CELEBRATED PBONOUNCKD BY OOBBOISSBUBS TO BS TUK 'ONLY UOOI) H.Vl'tE," And applicable to KVSBT Tuum or DISH. KXTBACT of a lkttkk from a MEDICAL SK NT LB- MAN at Madras to his brother at Wobckstfr, May, 1861: " Tell Lka & Pkb rins that their Sauce Is highly esteemed In India, and Is In my opinion the most thA mfWt OtifllnastmA. . . oauce taat is made." Worcestershire Sauce THUS GIVING THE COXSUMKR NOT ONLY THE BEST, B VT THE MOST ECONOM ICAL SAUCE. SIGNATURE Is on EVERY BOTTLE. JOHN DUXCAVS SONS, 9 Collegre PI arc and 1 Union Hquare KW VOHK. COTTOX-T1E8. American Cotton-Tie Supply Co. GG CAKOADELET STREET. NEW ORLEANS, Mat 80, 1878. To Cotton Factors, Planters and Country Mercharts Generally: OWING to the rresent low price of Iron, and the Increased facilities which tbe above company possesses, they have now, and offer through their agents (as below enumerated). 75.00U bundles of tbe ell known Beard Lightning Tie, and an un limited quantity of tbe popular and celebra ed Arrow Tie, at prices hitherto unprecedented, under iuu guarantee as 10 quanty. For sale by Hill, Fontaine 4 Co. Stewart, tiwynne 4 Co. M. 1, Meacham 4 Co. A C. 4 A.B.Treadwell 4 Co Estes, Doan 4 Co. Fader, Jacobs 4 Co. Guy, DUIard 4 Coffin. Harris. Mallorr 4 Co. i. T. Fargason t Co. Brooks. Neely A Co. F. M. White 4 Co. C. P. Hunt 4 Co. Porter, Taylor 4 Co. Pearce, buggs 4 Uo. Schoolfleld.Hanauer 4 Co. J. M. James 4 Bona. Fulmer, Burton 4 Co. American Cctton-Tle Supply Co. K. W. RaYNE. President. J 03. McH. HOLMES, Bepreentatlve for Memphis, care bouthem Oil Works. gig ODERTAKEKM. . H. HOLST. T. W. HOLtiT. O. H. HOLST & BKO, UNDERTAKERS, 320 Saiii, cpp. I'eabody flute. ALWAYS on band, a larye assortment of Matallle Cases and Cvitels, and Wooden Coif ns, ct 6very description. 4-o'ier ty t&eyrrnph promptly rilled, irf c Mnrd!'-. O. T. JAd. KLAJ1KRTY J J.-dULLIVA Flaherty & Sullivan t 'S3? UNDERTAKERS, SI7 fiectmd street, iietir Jlouroe TETALLIC AND WOODEN BURIAL CiSSt 1YX and Caskcts. Elegant Robes, (rents' nulla and Cothn Tnmmlnss. Orders by telegraph sent promptly C. O. li. Sr-ecla! attention Dftld to nmbHlmlno. OAK LUMBER! MERCER & NOLLE Y, of Withe Depot, Tenn., will furnish best White Oak JU 11 miter. In any size wanted, at LOW FIGURES. They will de liver it at Memphis and Louisville Depot. Parties wishing to purchase will please call 0:1 J. J. BUSBY CO., 27rt Front st Nl 51 MI. It II IX) I IT. JORUAN ROCKBRIlMiE AU JI NprlngH, KnrklrilK Ooanty, Va. These delightful Springs are eight miles from Goshen Depot on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, from which point elegant coaches run regularly over a good road through a beautiful and picturesque country. The improvements are entirely new, and embrace 11 me modern conveniences tor me most com 1 citable accommodations. The principal hotel. In addition to Parlors, Dining-room, Ball-room, etc., contains upward of one hundred chambers, all newly furnished, with gas and electric bells in each (the only summer resort In Virginia which has). There are also superb cottage accommodations. Post and telegraph ollices In the hotel. Two daily malls from all points. In addition to the Alum waters, whose medicinal qualities are too well known to specially refer to, there Is o the grounds one of the strongest and best Chalybeate Springs in the country, which Is a direct and powerful tonic. For further particu lars, terms, etc., see circulars at Messrs Mansfield & Co. '3 and U. W. Jones 4 Co.'s, Druggists, or address by letter - JOS. N. WOODWARD, Manager, at tbe Springs. WHITE CLIFF MINERAL SPRINGS ! Monroe Co., East Tennessee. THIS celebrated summer resort, for health and pleasure, will be opened the Klrot of Juno for the reception of guests. It is situated on top of the Chilhowee Mountain, fifteen miles southeast of Mouse Creek, lhe nearest point on the East Tenn., Va. and Oa. Railroad. Tbe hotel and springs are at an elevation of 1 200 feet above the Conasauga Val ley and 80; 10 feet Hbove sea level. In a dry, pure and very Invigorating atmosphere, affording an extensive view of the surrounding country, whose scenery is unsurpassnd. We have a good band of music, at tentive servant", ana an otner accommodations to be found at a lirst-ciass watering place. The Rates of Boaku RKuucto, viz S9 per week; S30 per month. Special rales to families. Visitors to these Springs can obtain excursion tickets over all southern railroads. For particulars, apply for descriptive pamphlet, giving analysis, etc. J. H. MAGILL. Proprietor Mouse Creek and White Cliff Hotels. TULLA THE most delightful and convenient summer re sort in Middle Tennessee. Located near tbe base of the Cumberland Mountains, and the highest point on the N. C. and fct Louis R. R. Ooly three hours rldo from Nashville and 12 hours from Mem phis. Exhilarating climate and delightful cha water. The hutel offers all the comfoits of a with a'l the luxuries of a llrst class watering and at moderate rules Terms -S10 pr w;ek or 830 per month. Excursion tickets from Memphis and Nash' reauced rates. 1 References Mrs. Judge Flippln, Col Leon dale and Col. W. F. Hardin, of Memphis. F. CORZELIUS. Proprl BON ACfcUA SPKIN THIS charming summer resort, located olghi from Bon Aqua station, thirty-nine in lief Nashville, on the Nashville and Northwester! road, will open for the reception of visitors on 1, 1878. The association have this year built a very attractive 2-story hotel to meet the Increased de mands of Its visitors. The water of these Springs aie celebrated for their recuperative effects upon delicate men and women, shattered and exhausted constitutions, as well as for the cure of diseases of the alimentary canal, dyspepsia, chronic diarrhea, constipation and summer complaints of children, diseases of the kidneys and skin, and menstrual disorders, etc. The elevation is rtOO feet above Nash ville. Atmosphere, cool, dry and salubrious. Board Per month, S;J5; per wetk, S10: per day, $2. Special rates for tamUles. Children and serv ants, half-price. Railroad fare forthe round trip.SO fio. Correspond ence Invited. Address " Bon Aqua Springs Associa tion," or A. GENNETT, Business Manager, Bon Aqua Springs, Tenn. Dr. A. Morrison. Resident Physician. For those who enloy horseback or buggy riding, a first-class livery -stable will be ktpt by Ellas Napier. Special ac commodations for those who take their own vehicles. C. A. CALHOUN, Montgomery White S. Springs, Va. RIVERS 4 LONGLEY. St.Charles Hotel, New Orleans J. D. TOWNER, Blount Springs, Ala. MONTGOMERY White Snlplmr Springs VIRGINIA. Capital Mtock StOO.COU. WHILE thanking the public for their lllwra! pat ronage heretofore extended to this raosi pop ular watering place, the new management respect fully solicits a continuance of tbe ciuoa. foellng confident that with our Increased facUlttos. the ele gance of the place, cheap rate of boart."d reduced railroad fare, we can offer greater liiackaiia than any other summer resort in the voo4 sad cosy, being 1800 feet above the Ibtt f 'm Rates op Board 840 permop- fck; $2 50 per day. For circulars send ,-. . CALHOUN, KIVak-j M ui. BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS, MLCKLESiBURG COUATf, VA. Waters well nigh specific In Stone or Calculi, Diabetes and Inflammation of the Bladder. Waters In cases of six gallons, 3 per cane at tbe Hprlasa Testimonials sent to any address. Springs open lor visitors June 1st. THOS. F. GOODE. Proprietor. OVERLOOK MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CATHKILL HOIKT41XN, WoortMtork. l ister Co.. N. V., WILL OPEN ABOUT JUNE 2otb. House is new, contains all modern Improve ments, and furnished throughout In the best man ner. Transient board. S3 per day. Reasonable terms for week or mouth. Best place on the moun tains for those troubled with hay fever, It being 3:(K) feet above tide water. Telegraphic c immunl catlon with all points. For circulars, bddress James Kmith, Manager. OVERLOOK FOUNTAIN HOUSE, WOODSTOCK. Ulster county, NEW YORK. ELMOJLODGE. Lake F.lno. Slinnenota (12 miles from St. Paul, on tbe Stillwater and Taylor's Falls Railroad: five trains dally each way). This charming summer resort Is now completed. Building, Furniture, etc., are entirely new, and ready or guests. It Is lo cated In a beautiful and picturesque sKt. and the climate Is the most healthful and bracing lu Amer ica. The Attractions are tine, sail and row-boats, plenty of game, fish, billiards, bowling-alleys, out door gymnasium, swings, croquet, archery, lawn tennis, baths, music, etc. Tunis moderate. FRED. G. GUTHREZ, Manager, late German National Bank, Memphis. Bailey Springs (XEAlt FLORENCE), Lauderdale County Alabama. Round-trip Tickets l SO. Correspondence solicited. ELLI3 4 CO 81MJ1KK ROAKII-o. 2 West 31st Htreet. .cw Vork. MBS. BULKLEY will accommodate visitors to the city during the summer months, with first-class rooms, with or without board, at moderate rites. Her house Is located between Broadway and Fifth avenue; Is most accessible from the various Ferries, being within two minutes walk of the Elevated Bail roads and six lines of Can and Stages. Refeiences-Dr. T. Galllard Thomas, New York; Rev. T. D. Wltherspoon, Petersburg, Va.; Rev. Wm. E. Boggs. Memphis, Tenn. THE IIYGKIA HOTEL, 1? "J Comfort. Va. Situated within 100 yards of Joit Monroe. Open all the year, with an. pie capacity for m.o guests. Has all modern Improvements-elevator, gas and electric bells in every room, water, bath-rooms and closets on each floor. Six daily malls, and telegraph office. Fifteen to twenty first-class steamers land daily, except Sunday, 150 yards from the door. Superior beach for ba hlngat door-steps, and good from May until November. Boating, fishing and driving especially attractive. Send lor circular describing hygienic advantages. Terms Si to S.1 50 per day. according to location of and number In room, length or stay, etc H. PHOEBUS, Proprietor. M. U. COOVEB. Ooover MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS. SASH. BUNDS. Etc FRAMES OF ALL wINDS MADE TO ORDER. THOBOCKHLY HKASOSEU Flooring, Ceiling, Siding and Dressed Lumber of all kinds, kept constantly on band. Gin-work and Tanks made to order. Also Cottonwood Flooring. Oiling and Siding for sale. We beg an inep'-: -f our large stock. 161 and 173 Agents for RAILROAD TRACK Stock Scales Fi'K.MmHEii. ccc?' at snort notice. One ot the largest and most complete stocks of Heavy and Hhelf Hardware. Asrlenltara Tools and Implements to be found anywhere, always on hand. Orgill Brothers & Co., 310-3 12 Front, Memphis P.. L C0CUKA3. M. A. COCHRAN. .LCOCHRaiUCO. (Successors to M. K. ft J. W. irrsis t ami rira Doors, Sasb, Blinds, and all kinds or Packing Boxes. Office aud Yard at foot of Washington Street. Saw and Planing Mill in Navy Yard. ylwar bar on hand a choice lot of Flooring, Celling, siding, Lattice, Framing, F er.ee and Dressed Lumber, Bough and Dressed Pickets, Cedar Posts, Laths, Shln&les Door and Window Frames. Moldings, Eta. o J. SE3MMES & CO. 750 Brls. "Nelson Distiller;" Fire-Copper BOURBON WHISKEY! SPRING OF 1873"74-75-767r 00 Brain Ma FTEE AND (SUCCESSORS TO ESTES, F1ZER & CO.) Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, No&. 1X and 13 Union Street. Memphis, Tenn. NAP0L0E3 HILL. X. F0TA1 E H LL, FONTAINE & CO. COTTON AND WKOLESAXE QROCERS Nos. 360 and 3 152 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. F AGENTS FOR 1 HE CELEBRATED. CARTER COTTON GINS. MERCHANT TAILOR, No. lOO Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee. A complete stock of IMPORTED CLOTHS Doeskins, Cassttr.eres and Testings, constantly on hand. Sood Business Suits made to order lor 830 kvI ettiers at equally low prices. IIAIK BALSAM. -i Parker's Hair Balsam is the Best and cleanest preparation ever made for Restoring Gray Hair to its original color. It is entirely harmless, anJ free from the cheap and impure ingreou- ents that render many other prepar ations injurious. It is exquisitely perfumed, and so perfectly and ele gantly prepared as to make it a toilet luxury, indispensable to thoso who have once used it. It removes Dan druff and stops the Hair falling. It renders the Hair vigorous and beau tiful. It preserves its luxuriance when abundant, and restores its Color and Life when Gray, harsh and decaying. Sold by all Druggists. IIAXKEICS. 'STOCK EXCHANGE.' THE EV YORK CITY STOCK EXCHANGE ASSOCIAT'N 21 Broad Street and 67 Exchange Place, HATE made special arrangements to transact business In all blocks, U. S. Bonds, Stock Prlv lieges, etc, and will gKe partlrnlar and Imme diate attention to all orders rom a distance, either by " in ail "or" Telrsraph." We give the Greatest advantages and best oppor tunity ever before offered to Investors, giving them the use of and profit on lO.OiM t apital In " Stocks," on " margin" of from one to two hundred dollars, and less amounts of " Stocks" will pay In proportion. We Invest In amounts most convenient to suit capital and wishes of Investors, from ten shares up to any amount desired, on margin of from 1 to 2 per cent. Loans on all "Stocks," Bonds and other securi ties negotiated. Letters of Credit and Draft, payable In any part of Eurt pe and America, issued by us for the conve nience of travelers. ar-"SEND FOB CIRCULAR." Tbe Xew York City Mtoek Exchange Association. BAXKEBs A.U BROKERS, 24 Broad Street. I 07 Kxeb-- " W3I. 9IILLEB. & Miller, iHinsrton St., Menronis. Fairbanks's SCALES .' And other Extra Large SAM'1 A. HATCHER. COCHRAN), Manufacturers IMCILES, FOR SATiID lisiej IN BOND1 ed br retiring the Interest of estate John C. Flzer, ot their successors, Estes, Doan ft Co. Mr. Z. N. : Co., having associated with him James H. Dean business as heretofore, under the Dim name of s to the patrons of the late firm for their liberal I fair dealing will bring to tbe new firm a contlnu e trade or tbe public generally. The attention of me 1, 1878. JAMKS H. DOAN, Memphis. JAI & CO JEROME HIL FACTOR L1NEX GOODS. miXIKEN'S LINEN STORE 828 Arch Street, Printed Idnen Lawns ! WARRANTED PURE LIXEN. 98 SEW PATTERNS OPEN. BEST DISPLAY IN THE COUNTRY. MSKN H.WIIKKRCIIIEI'lt, LA1HI.' HAM)KKH('HIF.FH. tiK.VTH' HAIHEKCHIEFH Our line of Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Is very exten sive, and retailed at wholesale prices. LIE jiOOIM or EVERY DENCRIPTIOX! Wonderfully Cheap. SAMPLES SENT BY MAIL.4a George Milliken & 8011 2S ARCH STREET, ATTOUA'EYS-AT-LAW. M. 1. Li. STEWART, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCEIiY, Office -No. 177 Main Street, Memphis. WILL practice In the Courts of Law and Chat erry In West Tennessee and North .Mlslsls slppl, and give special attention to collections, con-v"vnc1ng."te- LEGAL.. Xon-Itesldent Notice. No. 2H4J In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee D. S. Roberson et at vs. George Gantt et aL It appearing from the sheriff return In this cause that tne defendants. John H. Mitchell- Margaret R. Mitchell and W. C Whltthome are not to be found In his county: It Is therefore ordered. That they make tbelr ap pearance herein, at the courthouse tbe city o Memphis, Tenn., on or before the t Monday In August, 1S78, and plead, answer or demur to petition ot U. C. King, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. This ltrth day of June, 1K7 8. A copy attest: K. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C and M. Ueo. W. Winchester, soL for compl'L Ju20 thu Nil KK IFF SSAL.K. Miprifl'rt S:il r.r KphI IMji,-. I'BLIC notice Is hervbv given, t h:it br virtue of n see. In the case of S. E. Wright vs. il. B. Morton et al.t Judgment rendered tin the l.Mh day of May. Is7s. for the sura of two tiunnnH! and slxtr-sven dollars and twent-sv-ii -rt. with Intere-t mid cots of suit; to satLsty taui Judgment, etc., I will, en Taeaday, SiSth Any of Jour. ISVH. In legal hours. In front of the Court house. Slempb:.. Tenn., prcreed to sell, to the highest bidder, lor cash, the following described pn(rly, to wit: 0;ie lot of ground In the c!ty of Meniphln. count? of Shelby, tate of Tennessee, on the corner of HiMlng and Martin streets, knrtwn as lot No. 7, In-blook No. 82 50 by 14M fet: levied on as th pntierty of defendant, T. W. llrown. to satisfy said iKtgnieni, Interest and costs. Memphis, 'JJil lay of Jlav. Is7s. C. L. AMiKRSU, Sheriff of rhelty coiin, Tenn. By W. W. Coleman. Deputy Sheriff. Wnght Koikes, utt'vs fo- iiii mn'rt su XO. - K ES 1 1 KXTS. 'on-ReIlent otlee. No 32K. B, D. In the Probate Court or Shelby county. Tennessee F. M. Waldran et al. vs. Willie Hamilton Woodruff et al. It appearing from the orlirinal bill In thisr.iuse, which is swnin to, that the defendant. Willie Ham ilton Woodruff. Is a tion resident of the Mate of Tea heesee and a resiaent of the rWteof Louisiana: It Is therefore ordered. That he make his r.p pearance herein, at the courthouse of the Probate Court, in Slemphls, Tennessee, on or belore the first Monday In July, 1K7S. and plead. ancr or demur to complainant's bill, or :be s.'iinewiil ix taken for cotifessel as to hlra an1 set for bearing exparte; and that a copy cf this order be i.uhilili.ti onoe a week, for four successive weeks. In the Mem phis Dally Appeal. This May 29, 1 H7H. A copy-attest JAMKS KEILLY, Oerk. By Bugh B. Cullen. T)e uty Clerk. Harris. McKislok Turley. Sols, forcomnrts. thu Tit L'ST K EH MAL.FL nPKI'MTEE'M N.4. 1.K Under and t.y virtue or the powers conferred upon me by thr-e sneral deeds In trust, to wit: One mai.'e and exeru'el l y J. J. Sears and his wife. Florence Sears, dated August K. 1K74, and lecorded In the offle- of the Hegi:er of bhelby county. In book 10;i, jage47: another made and executed by the same parties, dated Oolob-r lei, 1874, and recorded In book 102. page ih'.V; and the other made and executed by J. J. Sears, dated May 20, 187rt. and recorded in book 112. paee 2D4; said deeds being tor the purpose of securing tne payment of tbe Indebtedness therein seveially and respectively set forth, I will, on urdny, 1H h day of Jane-, 1H7M, at the hournf 12 o'clock m.,at tbe southwest corner ot Madison and Main streets, la the city of Memphis, sell to the biirhest bidder, for cash, the following uescrlbed lot or lands. In Shelby countr, Tennessee, lo-wit: Lot No. 2 ot the survey ot lands of tbe estnle of Mrs. C. I'. Tucker, deceased: Beginning on the south side ot Union avenue at the northeast comer of lot No. 1 ; thence with said avenue eastward S i:10Orhalns to tbe west sldeol Hem bert avenue: thence southward with tbe west sldeof Remberl avenue S H t-1 OO cbaltis to the northeast con.er of lot No. 3; thence et ward, at right angles with Uenilert avenue, I- chains to' southeast comer cf lot No. 1; thence m rthwith the line of lot No. 1, 9 28-loo chains to the begin ning, containing seven 3-100 acres. Also, the following described lot of land, lying In the city of Memphis, Shelby count-, Tennessee, on the west side of Causey street, and known and de scribed as the one undivided third pan of lot 14. In block No. 41, situated between Vance atid Elliot; streets, having a Iront on Causey street for the whole lot of seventy-live feet, and running back two hun dred feet to the bayou. The right ol redemption is expressly waived, and the right of dower relin quished In said trust deeds, and the titles are gix d. but I sell and will convey only as trustee. This 2Hth day of May, 1878. A. WOODRUFF, Truntee. B. P. Anderson, Attorney. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed or trust executed to me by F, F. Bisk, and which Is recorded In the Register's office cf Shelby county, Tennessee, In book No. 10S, page 189, and at tne requestor lb beneticlariex, and for the purpose or paying the debts In said deed mentioned, I will, ou Saturday, June 2, 1H7K. In front of the courthouse door. In Memphis, Ten nessee, at eleven o'clock a.m., oiler at public auc tlon. and sell to the highest bidder, for cash, by lot at a time, the property In said trust deed mentioned, designated and described as toliows, to-wlt: Two certain lots of land, situate and l-eing In the county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, In the city of Mem- hls, designated as follows: The first of said lots is ot number seven 71 In Robertson Topp's subdivi sion of block No sixty five rliS, in the plan of said city, which subdivision Is recorded in the office of the Register of Deds of Shelby county. In book No. twenty-eight (28J. pages 528 and fi2; said lot No. seven 7 is between Beale and Uayosa streets, and fronts on the east side or Main street twentv-tive 25 feet, and runs back eastwardly, between two parallel lines, one hundred and fifty feet to an alley, being tbe same lot conveyed to said Hlsk bv James Elder, by deed recorded In said Register's office. In book No. 37. pages 30-1-2. The second ot said lots Is on the west side nt Avery street, between Vance and Elliott stretts, bounded as follows: Beginning at the southeast comer of Isaac Jones's lot, on the west sideo. Ave y street; running west with said Jones's soutt. li,m one hundred fet, uiom or less, to a point r.ldw between Avery and Causey si it Is; Ihence tooth thlity-seven feet and a half Inch, mote or le s. on Eron Alklns's east line; l hence east one hundred feet, more or less, with McN'abb's north line to the west line of Avery street; tieuee norta with tne w-t line of Avery street thirty-seven feet arid half an inch to the place ot beginning. The equity cf re demption Is waived, and the title to said prop!:! it is believed to be good and perfect, but I snail sell ;iad convey only as trustee. J. M. iRE;ORY. Trustee. V II AN CE It V SAIKM. CHASCERY SALE OF HEAL ESTATE. No. 4248. N. B. D. Chancery Court of Shelby coun ty Elvira Rhodes et aL vs. Betsy Koen et al. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 2.rth day of Febru ary, 1873, and renewed by decree ot May 21, l7s, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, at Colllerville, Tennessee, on Saturday, July O. 17K, within legal hours, the following described proieity, situated In Shelby county, Tenn.. to wit: 1. Northeast of, and adjoining the town cf Col llerville, the same being ail that certain piece of land described as follows: Beginning at u stake on tbe State Line road, tbe southwest corner of the land sold to J. W. Koen on the 23d cr J-ily, 1842. by J. H. Collier and H. . Barber; thence north 24 yards to a stake, the southwest corner of 80 Wrt-HM) acres cold by Lewis Revel to J. W. Koen on the 21st day of march. 1 849; thence east wttn salu line to a stake 270 yards: thence south 324 yards to a stake on tbe State Line road; thence west 270 jards with said road to the beginning, supposed to contain about 18 acres. 2.1 Also, the following described property, lying and being In the loth civil district of Sheiby county, Tenn. , northwest of and adjoining tbe town of Colller ville, being all that certain piece of land containing 12-3 acres conveyed to J. W. Koen by Thomas Moore, by deed dated February 7, 1 852. 3.1 Also, that other certain piece or land con veyed to said J. W. Koen by Lewis Hevel, by ded dated March 21, 1849. containing 80 int-KM) acres. 4 Also, one other piece ot land, being the e,-t half of a tract or 58 39-100 acres conveyed to said J. W. Keon by A. H. Montgomery by deed dated Au gust 6, 1851. The first piece (18 acres) will be sold In one tract; the other three pieces will be surveyed and divided into two tracts and sold accordingly. A plat and full description of all this property can be seen at the Clerk and Master's omce before day of stile. Terms of Sale On a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months; purchaser to execute notes with approved security; lien retained on property till pur chase money Is paid. Equity ot redemption barred. This June 12, 1878. E. A. COLE. Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry. Deputy C. and M. Jarnagln A Frayser. Sols, tor compl'nt u!3 tbu Chancery Sale of Real Estate. Chancer Court of Shelby county George GUlham Administrator of John S. Kerr, dee d, vs. W. !. Kerr et al. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 25th day ot May, 1878, I will sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder. In front of the clerk and master's otiice, court house building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn , on Saturday, July 13, 1H7H. within legal hours, the following described proiwrty, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee. lo- It: A cer tain lot, w.th the houses thereon, situated in the cty of Memphis, and described as follows: Beginning at a staae on tbe east side or boundary of ueSoto street, being the northwest corner of lot Nt . 2, in block No. 0; theuotf east with the dividing line be tween lots 2 and 3, 1 1314 feet to a stake; thence north and parallel with Desoto street 41 feet to a stake; thence west and parallel with the dividing line of lots 2 and 3, 11314 feet to DeSoto street; thence with the east Hue of DeSoto street 40 feet to the beginning comer. Terms ol Sale-One-lourth cash; balance at rt, 12 and 18 months; notes with approved security. ':d Hen retained on property until puicn i-e money is paid. Equity ol redemption barred. June iti. ls7". E. A. COLE. Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry. D. C. and M. feo. GUlham. fol. for conn I t. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 2924. Chancery Court of Shelby county M. W. Pbelan vs. H. D. Flzer et al. By virtue ot an tntetlociitory decree lor sale, enter ed In the above cause cn tbe 22d day of May. 1 87s. I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front ol the Clerk and Master's od.oe. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Matnrday, Jane 2. 17. within legal hours, the following desctlbed property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Lits 32 and 33, In block 57, commencing at a iioliit on the north side of Linden street 187 feet Inclien east of the Intersection of Llr.den with Lauderoale street at the southeast comer of lot late H. T. larns worth's, now belonging to T. H. Hartuius; theme northwardly with Farnsworth's east line IrtO liel to an alley; thence with said alley eastwardly 125 feet- thence southwardly IOO I eel to the no'lh Hue of Linden street; thence westwardly with the north line of Linden street 125 feet to the beginning, with the prvlleges and appurtenances thereunto be longing. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months; pur chaser to execute note with approved security, with Hen retained on the property to further secure same. Equity of redemption barred. June 3, 1878. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M. T. B. Turley, SoL for compl'nt Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 1003, R. -Chancery Court of Shelby county Charles Collins, guardian, etc. for Anna and C&mllda Pope. vs. Anna Poiet al. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 2rtth day of March, 1874. and renewed, etc.. Octolier 7. 187't, ana amended, etc., December 17, 1870, and renewed Oc tober 22. 1877,and May 17. 1878. 1 will sell at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, 1n front ot th Clerk and Master's oillce. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday. June . 17M, within legal hours, the following described property aitu--ited In Shelby county, Tennessee, to wit: L)ii g In the city of Memphis, and known aud described upon the plan of said city as a part of lot No. 670, and bounded as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a stake on the south side of Madison street 1 43 feet 10U Inches east of the eastern line of oi.rth sire, t (said Fourth street being f.O fe.-t wide, amlttaken off the west part of lot No. 5rPH); running thence est wardly with the south eWie ct Madison street 3S le. t rl inches to a stake; thence southwardly, at right an gles with Madison street, 148 leet O inches; thence westwardly, parallel with Madison street. 38 leet rt inches to a tate; thence northwardly with theea-t line of lot No. 59. 148 feet inches to the begin ning on Madison street. , . Terms of Sale One-ttilrd cash; balance In 6 and 12 months; notes bearing Interest from date, witn security; lien retained to secure same, etc ThU May 21, 1878. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. Jarnagln ft Frayser and & W. Metcalf , Att'js.