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THE MEMPHIS DAILY PPBAL-FEIDAY. JULY 12. 187S.
RAILROAD TIKE-TAKLES. IuisTil) and Xnahvllle and -reat Nouthern. UUVa. j AHKIVB. "Kir-res, daily (except Bat.) 1 1 :50 p.m. 4 p.m. Mll. dally tt.uO am. 8:15 am. STkeruie Accommodation, dally texo-i Sunday?.. 4:40 p.m Jlemplii and CliarIeton. L1UVK. AkKlTB. (City time) Mall Kpr- Iraln. daily, 12J0O p.m- 11:45 a.m, ttomerville Aeroiuovfciailont Grand JunctW AciTdi,! "" ' : a"m' """-. i fiu-p) a.rn.' (:).- am niMiuippI and Ten net wee. I LKAVE. AKK1TK. New Orleans Mull, dally. . . 2:1.1 p-m.; 1 1 Sii am. funlt A . .. . . l . . i etcrpi Btmujo. i 4-.Wp.in. H:-IO a.m Freight a . m n.vr n t i u-iny 'fwn gun-iayst .. n.m. I 4:io p.m. 71 em ph In and Utile ICoek. AKhl K. Main Train, dally , o ) p.m. 114llr.ni ntittil. llly -i.-eft Sun.) il :i) a m. . .". .(K p in Padncah and 3lemp!ii. LKAVK. rMallAtwiwng'rfratn.rtanv 4-OQ p.m. (W n m FINANCIAL. Uusineu at the banks was rtuiet again ves- erday, but there continue to be a rather etter inquiry for money at 8 10. Exchange uotedal par buyioir an. I .'4 premium gelling n New iork:on other ea tern cities par buv- ag, anJ ,'4 premium selling for both lieruand aa sight; on new Orleans, ,'.4 discount buy- Tiff; Cellini; at par. dold wan quoted at (X)1, the last tiro or three days, the lower inm beintrdue to ireasurv Davnipnts. Tim Kew York Herald, of Monday, juotes money ery plentiful in that city at ZM-j percent, r call loam. The same paper states: Considering that the week's business on hange was con hoed to the five workinir ays, business being heavily handicapped ty le heat and the absence ot prominent opera- rs, the aguregate of transactions was nil- 4ua'ly lariro for the season of the year. This awonted activity owed its exibtence to the xt that a 'bull' movement had been secret- determined upon early in the week, was mmenced with vigor and carried on with 'termination to the end." The Cincinnati nquirer reports : "There was some aniina n in banking circles, though the increase business was not altogether of the proht Ie kind; yet, considering the period of the ar, there is little cause of complaint among inkers. Applications for money were re nted as quite liberal at most house?, and aile loanable funds are yet in ample pply there is not such an abund ce of currency as heretofore." The New rk Tribune mentions a Washington state eat that a profit of over fuOO.OOO has ready accrued to the government from the in age ol silver, but there is no gain, as it mes back through the customs lnbtiad of Id, for when the treasurer pays out silver : virtually pays out gold, because he insure i corresponding decrease in the amount of Id thereafter to be received by the treasury. e bullion required tor the coinage ot two Uion silver dollars each month he can pur sue, at the rate of the latest transaction, about l.i40.000 in gold, but the silver i t out in paying fcr the bullion virtually de Jives the government ot $2,000,000 in gold, hich would otherwise have been received jj- duties. The downward tendency of the jomium on gold is an evidence of general ntidence in the continued favorable condi ; n of foreign trade, and in the ability of is treasury to resume specie payments." I liuvliuj. StUin;. mphls gold bonds 885 87 f?iW mphls currency bond.. r:io mphls ledger bal., 174 r?tO mpbls ledger bal.. I K75 if knphls ledger bal. ,l7rt 170 mphls ledger bal... 1K77 ri'iO tnpbls Micer bal..ls7H rtt-r?rt2 t a.xl pollo scrip. .1878 !; 1 a7 ?ax (?4. 70 a 75 - -:-a 73-f80- 370 40-ir aiot t3 ?vr a 7- tw a7 compromise tis n7 it inphls Davliut scrip 85 r?- tnpuls gas sUK'k I'll -(? 100 lby eminty warrants r?tj mubls ft Ciiarleston H'd R 1 ri Ucao DoUbTS. it 9; i I BY TELEGRAPH. EV ORLEANS. July 11. Gold, 100X X; New York sight. 1 premium. Ster- I I.. ' JH.-7 LONDON, July ll. Consols for money, 16; on account, W.i; Illinois Uentral, rennsylvania Central, 32 14; Reading, hne, lb i 1 hne preteiTed, 6z; 0-2U4 (t 7, 107; I0-40i,lll0'4; new 5j, lQ'J1,; 1008. EW YORK, July 11. Money market or at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile )r, (g4 per cent. tJustoms receipts, .000. Tbe assistant treasurer disbuised 0,000. Clearings. $7,000,000. Sterling hange, bankers bills, 4-4; sight hange on New Y'ork, 487. 1 steady, 100)4. llorrowing rates, flat to r cent. Government bonds were gener- steady; coupons of 1S.SI, 107j: do. new, 102?,; do. IJ07, lO.i;; do. 1SW, do. new 5. 1067: do. 4l-s, 104'.'; do. flOOU'; 10 40i. registered, 10'J; do. cou- HfJ; currency ba, LUX. state bonds dull; Tennessee 6s, old, 3U; Tennes 6e, new, 31; Virginia 6s, old, 20; tnnia be. cew, ZU; Missouri bs, IU14- road bonds, with few exceptions, were k and lower. Tbe feature was a drop of r cent! in Alton and Terre Haute second erred to 53; Chicago, and Burlington and licy, common, rose to 112, and south l'a- nrst. to 84. 1 he stock market was buoy- and higher in early dealings, and there a further improvement in prices ot i to per cent. The strongest stocks were Like ke, 1'ittsburg, Chicago, uurungton ana icy. Northwestern and bt. l'aul. Dunug itternoon the market was lower, and un- short sales by the bears, New Jersey ral fell oft 2l Per cent, and in the gen list of '.i to 1:., the latter Morris and x. At the close a urmer tone prevailed, prices showed a recovery of '8 to per The investment shares were noticeably Western Union earnings show an a se of $22,0u0 for tho fourth week no, and $18,500 for tbe fiit week luly; the earniugs for the quarter tlOO.OOO in excess ot the estimate. conference of Secretary Sherman to-day the represent ltives ot the late syndicate nformal. and. according tbe bett infor- on to le obtained, related solely to the :on ol resumpt:on. air. onerman ex- ked conSdence in his ability to resume at . if necessary, and the bankers were gen- ly of the opinion that there was nothing event resumption. 10 day tne secretary that, although he could nut begin to re- 1 greenbacks before January lt, yet it n bis power at any time ti pay checks lraft upon the treasury in specie, und tated that he would soon begin to do so. pecitic data was named, but a member of yndicite s.ud alt.T the conference that ould not be surpr.sed to see the treasury g out gold on or before the first of Au- Tninsactions aggregated i;51,000 shares, ich ytU0 were hne, 5000 Lke hhore, Northwestern common and D000 pre- 1. 10.000 St. l'aul common and 2dO0 rred.CJOO Pittsburg, 21.000 Lickawanna. New Jersey Ontial, ZJOO Delaware and on, :i"00 Morns and Kex, 1600 Miohi- iVntral, 2500 Union Tacitio, 300J Chi- Uurliogton and Ouin-y, 2000 Western ti and --wj 1 acme Jiau. in tions at the cioe were as follows: em Union telegraph company. 89'; ksilver, 1:S, Ouicksilver prelerred, 314; 1c Mail. I7M; Alariposa. 101; Manpo fefeired, 101) a ; Adams Express com pa- 04; Wells & rargo express com yij'j; American Express company, 47?j; d fetates Express company, 47;l4; New Ceatml. 10!.li; Erie. 16 '.t : Erie kred. SIV: Uariem. l:: Alichigan al. 67'8: 1'unama. 126; Lnion Pacibc , ft; ljike Shore, : Illinois Cen- S6'4; Cleveland und Pittsburg, 2t; 1 we tern , 51B; Northwestern pre- I. ; Cevei.r.l. Lolumbus, Cmcm- tnd Indianaiohs, 20 New Jercey C-n- I5?i; lxk Island. 154'; St. Paui.54?s; ul prelerred, M.'.j ; Wabash, 1-V4; fort ie, Vt; lerre Haute, mi; lerre (-referred, 101; v hicago and Alton, Chicago and Alton preferred, 102; and MississiDtt. 8: Delaware. Iwk- ma and Western, 00 '8; Atlantic and Pa- telegraph, 27; Muouri racilic, 101; go, Uurlmgton ana yuincy, 11-4; bal and M.Joe. II '4; central rannc 11V. rininn Pacihc -bonds. 106l : h Paciiic' land grants, 10Sl; Union Pa- nking funds, 1044 . COTTON. rpjol telegram yesterday reported active, firmer, snd l-16d higher; ar opened and closed steady. The New ma: ke', in both spots and futures, was , , . 1 . . 1 . ..n i-uea'iy. anu wunoui tuauc m "K"'" lr market the demand was somewhat , and oaeruigi continued lair, sates were freer and prices were rtfady and uc changed, as toilows: ettoa Eifktste quotations. SOmdird IntematwKU CtonifUation. Yesterday Day fccf, urainary ( ood or.Hnsrr Low middling Ol'Mi Mlddlinif (? 1 1 Uood mlMl!nK U 111 MlW.lng tair - L'r J'tt Mos VlalOVt 1? t t?ll 5 (UiZlUW Va:tet teady. Salos spinnerj. 4-X)- bales, all to Catton Ntatensent. Orrron ExcauiSK. July 1 1 Stock September 1, 1877 Hra-itwi UK1HJ becelred prerlouslj 40H,tra 408,704 Shlp(ed to-day Shlpi'ed previously Slock (running a. -count) IMPOBTS. Total Tuu far tbls week Thus far la.it week since September 1st EXPOBT3. 2H 41.t.wi 4.224 tin 40S.701 Tital 204 Tbus far this week 1.47M 1 11 us rnrlii.it week 1 .: 5 ainoe September 1st 40M.772 The New York Bulletin, of Tuesday, re ports.: 'This morning, when business was regularly reopened, it was evident that no general teeling ot strength existed, and alter commencing at II 02c, August gradually fell away and lott all tbe gain it had made, with the tne slow and tupid all day. Indeed, all things considered, tbe demand was quite iuht along the entire line, and neither to cover or invest did buyers appear inclined to take hold, and speculative in'ere.-t ai for the time being stagnant. 00 far as tbe pres ent supply is concerned, the absence ot ue mand lor actual cotton operates against any great upward turn, while the fall and winter months feel the influence of the advices from the south, which, with few exceptions, show favorable indications as to quantity, condition and progress of the crop. I BY TELEGRAPH. 1 The following are the New York market reports for yesterday: Ordinary, 9 y-IUc: gol ordinary, 10 7-103; low middling, 11 1-10;; middling, II 7 Ibc; good middling, ll?ic. At 10:, quiet and steady; 12:20, dull and easier; 2:12, dull and easy. Sales, y."G bales. The following were the closing rates in New York futures yesterday and dav before: ilittthn. j l'extertiay. iMiy txfure. lanimry.. . 11.02frll.0:t 11. 1 Htfll.OH 11.12r?ll.l4 11.2:tf? 11.24 11.30(711.34 r2 1 1.501 l.fi2 ll.iiA911.57 11.2751 1.2S 11.12911.1:1 !O.VM(?10.H 10.M7910.WK 11.01911.03 1 l.(HI91 1.10 11.14911.20 11.24911.25 11.34911.30 9 ll.4H911.5l 11.57911.58 11.27911.29 11.11911.12 10.H7910.HH 10.tM910.DX Krbnuiry... Mairh - April May June July AU?Ut September. Kitober November . December . Tone of the market at 10:05, steady; 10:53, quiet and steadier; 12:20, quiet; 1 :23, quiet and steady; 2:27, steady; 3:12, dull. Sales, 16.200 bales. New Orleans closed firm at 11c for mid dling. Sales, 750 bales; receipts, net, 174 biles; gross, 325 bales; stock, 20,403 bales. Yesterday's Liverpool telegrams reported the maiket active and firmer; middling -np-linds, C;'ud; Orleans, 6 9-16d. Sales, 15,- 000 bales, of which were American. Receipts, 3250 bales, all of which were Amer ican. Liverpool arrirals opened steady; July, Julv-August, 6sJ; August-Seotember, 6 11-32J; September-October, 6 7-16d; October-November, 6 13 32d; December-January, 6 5-16J. At two o'clock, unchanged; 2:30, firm, At five o'clock: Arrivals closed Bteady. The movement at the porta was reported as follows: I This I Lout TM Week I Week. I Week. Lnxt Year. ttec'ls since Krldaji 4 253 i 4.K40 3,075 Kxptstoli.Biltaln 8.333 1 t,204 13.750 Exp'tstoConUnent 2.574 5,340 1.KH0 stock I 147.4751 154.1130 223.723 GENERAL TRADE. The weather was very warm yesterday and business correspondingly dull. St. Louis freight were again higher 30c a barrel. Corn was without animation, except that choice whita and ear corn are readily taken; mixed corn was heavy, and little of what was oifered found purchasers; 4So was generally asked for it; sales were made of CO sacks of mixed at 47 2C; 35 sacks of ear corn at 50: 75 sacks ot choice white at 51c; a lot of 155 sa:ks of tair white corn brought 49:. Bran nothing reported, but sales at $12 50. Oats last Bales at 35c. Hay quoted at $1015. Cornmeal, $1 35(gl 40. Flour, $2 50 4 75; family, $55 25; fancy, f " 75, according to brand. Potatoes nothing doing in shipping; in store, $1(1 25 a barrel. Onion, $1 25 2. Apples little doing at 50c $1 a barrel, ac csrding to quality, reaches, 50c a bushel, loose; 2"('i30o one-third bushel box in store. Grapes tine Shelby county grown Con cord grapes were selling at 5c per lb. Cabbage Tennessee, $2 502 75. Tomatoes, 25c a buuhel to growers.. Chickens were at $2('i2 25; young, 75c$l 75. Butter, S((10a for common; good country, 1214c; choice western, 1516e. Dried apples, 4(i5c; peaches, 4(25c. Lemons, $5(45 50 par box. -Oranges 8'uall demand at $10 a box. Nuts cocoa, $5 a hundred. Peanuts, 4)5c; red,3J'2C. Stockpeas, $1 25 a bushel. V hite beans, $1 75(32 2 i a bushel. Lime Alabama, $1 a barrel; loose, 65c a bar rel measure. Provisions clear side pork, G,!4C; clear rib, 6c; long clear, lc; shoulders, 5Vc; mess pork, $10 50 per barrel; small orders are charged a little above these rates; packed, jc higner. Bacon packed, ciear sides, 66jc; clear rib, 6J(S 6SaC; shoulders, 5c. Breakfast Bacon, 89s. Hams canvased and packed, 10llc. Lard tierce lard,7M 7c; half barrels, 8c; kegs, 884C; pails, 8-8Mc; half pails, 99c. Merchants' Wholesale Cash Prices). Chambtr of Comintrce Official Statement. Flour. Steady ; superfine, $4425; double extra. $4 504 75; treble extra, $5 25 5 50; choice family, $5 505 75; fancy, $6 (56 25 per barrel. Cornmeal. Firm; kiln dried, $2 602 70. Corn. Fair demand; mixed, 48H(a50c; white, 5253j; ear, 52c per bushel; ljc higher from store. Oats. Steiidy; mixed, 37(38c; white, 40c per bush el. Bran. Quiet and steady, 7075c. Haif. Steady; stock light; choice western, $16(S 17; prairie, nominally $39 50; mixed, $13(14 per ton. Bulk Pork. Steady; tfboul ders, 5ifc; long clear, 63; clear rib, O.LgC; clear sides, GjJsc; caskud, J-gc higher. Bacon. (Loose) Steady; shoulders,5?46c; clear rib sides, 6J6;lc; clear sides, 6 7c; breakfast, 9c ; sugar-cured hams, can vased, llj-i Cl-3c. MessPork. Steady; mess pork, heavy, $1111 0. Lard. In tierces, 7?4 38o; half-barrels. SSc; in kegs, 9c; pails, 20 lb. 9c; pails, 10 lb, 9Jc. Baling Stuffs. Nominal; bagging. 2 lb, according to quality, lOc; bagging, i lb, according to quality, 10c; baling twine, 12c; iron ties, per bundle, $2 25. Mackerel. Half barrels, No. 1. $7 75(ff8 25; half barrels, No. 2, $6 256 75; half barrels, N. 3, $6; kits, No. 1, l 551 65; kits. No. 2. $1 25(gl 40; kits. No. 3. $110$125. Coffee. Quiet; ordinary, 1516Je: fair, 1717Jc; good, 18(gl8c; prime, 19(il9c; choice, 20 21c; Java, 27c. Bice. Firm: ordinary to Choice, 7 7 )c. Starch, 4c. IPAi'-y, 85c $4. Sugar Louisiana. (In hhds) Firm; lair, 74c; fully fair, 7j?4C; prime, 8c; choice, c; yellow clarified, 9Aic; white clarified, 9J4C; barreled, I4C higher. Sugai lie Jined. Firm; lefiued A. p-r lb, i$10c; crushed and powdered, lOj 11c; granu'ated, 10?4(illc; cut loaf. ll(rtll4c. Molasses. Steady; common, 25 28c; fair, 30c; prime, 3Sc; strictly prime, 40( 41c; choice, 43 45c; half barrels, 5c higher. Syrups. Common to fancy, 3565o. Salt. Coarse and com mon fine, per barrel., $1 35; dairy, in bar rels, $1 50; Liverpool, coarse, sacks, $1 25; Liverpool, fine, sacks, $1 40'Sl 50. Soap. liesin and Oerman, 44(5640; bat ting's Dixie, 4c; Lattice's laundry, 5Vc; Lutting s uerman, be; Latting s renned oil, 6'ic. Candles. Hoxes, full weight, 134' i:54c; halt boxts, 14c; quarter boxes, 14c. Lime. fl 051 15. Cement. Louisville. 2 25: Rtedale, $2 75. Esculents and Fruits. Aptles, nominally $ll 50 per barrel; lemons, per box, fb o0j 1 ; oranges, per box, $9 50(10; potatoes, new, $l(il 25; onions, new, beans, per bushel, f 1 Mut 2; dried apples, 2g(g4c; dried peaches, 2 (di. Miscellaneous. Hatter -western ta ble, choice. 1520c; butter, country, 10 15c: eggs. 8f2 9j; nails, per keg, $2 50; vinegar, per gallon, 18(5 25c; tobacco, per lb., 4-'m90c; spice, 19c; pepper, lbfcc; sar dines $1414 50; oysters (light). 1 lb., 55 60.:; oysters (light), 2 lb., $11 10; coil-oil, 17c; matches, fb 2-3(5 6 50: cotton rope, 17c; grass rope, lll ijj; powder, kegs, $5 35; shot, patent, $1 90rf2; soda, kegs, 4c; soda. assorted, caes, 5(25c; cheese, nominal, 10c; new raisins, f z 1($Z 2o. BY TEL 1; RA PH. NEW YORK, July 11. Flour firmer; su pei fine western and State, $3 503 90; St L-iui, $t37. Wheat firm; nngraded win. ter red western, $131 10. Corn quiet; un graded, 434;; steamer, 47w48c. Oats act ive and a shaHe higher. Coffee demand fair and market farm. Sugar firm: fair to caod refining, 7fiJ(7aC. Molasses tea7. lice k doiuaiid lair and market firm. Peri heavy) m?88, $10 35ji 10 60. Cut meals heavy; long ciear middles, rjj. Lard heavy; prime steam, .:;sC. 13 utter eteaay; western, b(ff20c Cheesa havy. 3ia8c. Whisky, $1 07tf. LOUISVILLE. July 11. Flour dull;extra, $2 75.3; family, $-3 25(23 75; No. 1, $4 25 Ul w. lancy, SI .j(to z-. wneac nrm; rtd, eOc: amber and white. 85(3 90c. Corn demand fair and market firm; white, 43;; mixed. 41c. Oats dull; white, 30.; mixed. 2c. Rye nominal. Hay dull. $9 11. Pork easier, f lOcilO 2o. Lard easier; choice leaf, tierce, (ai8c: choice leaf, kegs. 9c. Bulk meats firmer. 5 ' i , 5.80, 578 . 6(g 68'c. Bacon steady, 5?hf bAt 'aC Sugar-cured hams, 10,4 1 1 4C W hisky steady, f I 0-j. ST. LOUIS, July 11. Flour quiet; only a local aad small order demand, w neal nign- er and inactive: No. 3 red fall, 8i4e cash Corn buoyant and higher: No. 2 mixed. 3:jH (36Ji'c ah. Oats higher; No. 2, 260 cash, 22' c August. Kye higher. oOc.BWhis ky firm. $1 06. Pork dull and unsettled. $9 55C4 9 70 for job lots. Lard stronger, held at o.90c; east .st. Louis, 6.WC bid, offered, 6 70c; this side, no bid; a sale of 1000 tierces last evening of east St. Louis, on private terms, supposed to be a shade below b.oOc. Green meats quiet but firm; nothing doing; held at 6, 5 605.&8c; 5c bid for the Ut ter. Bacon higher, 5, 6.10. 6.15, 6.30 CINCINNATI. July 11. Flour steady; family, $4 25 5 50 Wheat active, firm and higher; new, 75(9:)c. Corn quiet, 4042c. Oats dull and lower, 20(2290. Rye steady. 55 (S 57c. Barley quiet. Pork nominal, $9 75 jl0. La d quiet, demand and prices a shade higher; current make, 6.8i6.90c, closing outside asked; kettle. 7'4'7c. Bulk meats stronger; shoulders, 5c; short rib. 5.10c asked cash; sales at 5 80(g 5.8220 buyer July; short clear, 6c. Bacon in good demand, 5,58', 'liGibJic. Whisky steady, with a good demand. $1 05. Butter dull; fancy creamery. 20c; choice western reserve, 11 12c; choiec central Ohio, 8(3 9c. Hogs moderately active and higher; common, $3 503 90. NEW ORLEANS, July 11. Flour su perfine. $3 25; double extra, $3 754; treble extra, $4 2bl 25; high grades, $5 506. Corn, 44g52c. Oatse;isier; 3435s. Corn meal firmer; $2 402 50. Hay prime quoted at $13: choice, $14. Pork quoted at $10 25 01 10 375. Lard tierce quoted at 7M7Mc: kegs, 7M(3 8?ic. Bulk meats shoulders quoted, loose, 5.c: packed, 5?gC Bacon shoulders held at o?sC; clear rib, bJ4(b?c: clear, 6J8c. Hams sugar-cured, 103 lljc. Whisky western rectified quoted at $107(3108. Coffee firmer; Rio. cargoes, or dinary to prime, lUM 1714c gold. Sugar common to good common, 66c; fair to fully lair, ba(g7'ic; prime to choice, 8Jw SMc; yellow clarified, 8Mc. Molasses common, 25c; fair, 2528c; prime to choice, 3042c. liice Louisiana, ordinary to choice. 6J7c. Bran, 60c. CHICAGO, July 11. Flonr steady and firm. Wheat active, firm and higher: No. 1 Chicago spring, 97Jc; No. 2 Chicago spring, 96c cash. 9690Mc July. 8484c August. Uorn active, farm and higher; 39c cash. 38739c July. 38,5SWc August. 3838'8c September. Oats in fair de mand and prices bigher; zoic cash, 24 25c July, 22c August, 22c September; re jected, 20c. Rye in good demand and prices a shade higher, 49c. liarley quiet, but steady, 48c. Pork strong and iiigher; $9 45 cash, $9 509 52W August, $9 62(39 65 Sep tember. Lard fairly active and a shade higher; 6.90(a 6.92c cash, 6.956.97c August, 7.02i7.05c September. Bulk meats fairly active and a shade higher: shoulders, 45ac; short rib sides, 5?c; short clear sides, 5c. Whisky steady, $1 06. Second Board. At the close wheat was 1 unsettled and lower; 95K95Mc July, 83 j (284c August. Corn dull and lower: 38l4e 1 asked July, 384c August. Oats easier; de- ' clined c. Poik heavy and lower; $9 40 asked Augubt, $9 50 September. Lard easier; declined 5c. DRY GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, July 11. Business continues , ight in most departments, but shirts and ' drawers and fancy knit woolens are doing fairly, r ancy cassimere are sluggish, bub ' worsted coatings are in fair request. UIVEll NEWS. Weather and Klvera. The table and dispatches " below give offi cial particulars concerning the weather and rivers: OrncK Signal Ssrvick Obs.. Memphis, July 11, TJ. S. A., I 1878. f Above low water. Changes. STATIONS, Rise 1 Fall Inches inches Feet Inches 24 4 8 3 2 11 4 11 ""4 i" 10 11 "5 '' SO 9B 3 5 2 8 22 5 21 33 6 Cairo Cincinnati Davenport Dubuaue Helena, Ark. Keokuk Leavenworth . . . . . Little Hock Louisville. 4 '5' ftlemptila Nashville New Orleans Pittsburg Snreveport. St. Louis. 1 8 Vlcksburg.. Below hish water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather. 7. -00 am. 80.11 83 E. Clear. 2:00 p.m. SO.Ort 95 S.B. Fair. H:O0 p.m, 30.07 85 S.W. ' Clear. Maximum thermometer, H5 ieg. Minimum thermometer, 75 deV- W. M'ELROS", Sig. Serg't U. S. A. BY TELKGBAPH. Nashyillk. July 11. River stationary, with 2 feet 6 inches on the shoals. Shrevefobt. Jnly II. River fell 1 inch in the la6t twenty-four hours. Weather clear and hot. Niw Orleans. July 11. Weather cloudy and warm; light rain showers this evening. Departed: Golden Rnlo, Cincinnati. Evansville. July 11. River falling, with 7 9 10 feet scant by the gauge. Weather clear and hot. Thermometer 79 to 95 deg. Louisville, July 11. River falling.with 5 feet 4 inches in the canal. Weather clear and warm. Departed: Andy Baum, Mem phis. Cincinnati. July 11 Noon. Weather clear and hot. River swelling slightly Night Kiver o teet o inches, and about sta tionary. P1TT8BUBG, July 11 Noon. River 2 feet 9 inches, and about stationary. Weather fair and pieasant. . . .Night Kiver z teet 9 inches, and stationary. Weather fair and pleasant. VicKBBrjRG.July 11. Weather e'ear. Ther mometer 94 deg. River fell 3 inches. Ar rived: Belle Memphis, 4 p.m.; Illinois, 5 p.m. Up: Port Eads, 9 a.m.; John B. Maude, noon. Caiko, July 11 Noon. Weather fair and hot. Arrived: Grand Tower, St. Louis, 10 n.m.: City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg, 1a.m. A.O.Donnally.New Orleans, noon. Departed : Grand Tower, Vicksburg, midnight; City of Vicksburg, bt. Louis, I a.m.; A. C. Uonnally, Cincinnati, noon Night River 24 feet 4 inches, and falling. Weather clear. Ther mometer 92 deg. Arrived: James D. Pajker, Memphis, 5 p.m. Departed: James D. Par ker, Cincinnati, 6 p.m. aioveasenta at the Ievee. ARRIVALS. James W. Gaif, Cincinnati. DEPARTURES. None. IN PORT. Ruth, James W. Gaff. BOATS DUE. Down Grand Tower. L'v Coahoma. Cifv of Helena, and Katie llooper. BOATS LEAVING TH78 DAY. Cincinnati James W. Gaff. Robt. W. Wise, inaster. five p.m. Fhiaks Point Coahoma, Stack Lee, mat ter, five p.m. Vicksburg Grand Tower, George Len nox, master, ten a.m. Sr. Louis City of Helena, I. H. M'Kee. master, five p.m. receipts. James W. Gaff 37pkgs furnituie, 59 pkgs butter. 15 tierces lard, 285 buckets, 347 sks corn, 25 tons bulk meats, 200 pkgs soda, 500 brls meal, 400 ktovps, 'Iz-A) rolls bagging. 6300 bdls cotton, 1094 pkgs sundries. Levee Pariixrapb. Business dull. Only one boat in port yesterday. The tow-boat John Porter passed down yesterday for New Orleans, with four barges in tow. The Katie Hooper will be found in port to day receiving for her return tnp to Arkansas river. oe leaves again to-morrow evening. Tb C.ty of Helena, Captain I. H. M'Kee. is the Anchor-line packet this evening at five o'clock for St. Louis. George Walton is her clerk. The James W. Gaff gave the excursion for the benefit of the orphans of tbe Church Home last night, which was to have come off on the Parker hut Monday night. There was a good crowd, and, of course, -everrbodv en joyed themselves. The officers of the Gaff won t nave it any other way. The Hard Cash was towed to the upper landiog yesterday morning, where she will be overhauled and repainted for the fall and winter season. The Ruth, Captain W. C. Harry. leaves to morrow evening for all points on White river, going through to Jacksonport. Ed Crowell and Billy Turney are her clerks. Catfish, et id omne genus, had the river pretty much to themselves yesterday, as the Gaff was the only boat that disturbed the placidity of the surface of Big Muddy. The Coahoma, Captain Stack Lee on the roof, is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and all way land ings. Ed Thomas is her clerk, assisted by Piatt Rhoades and Billy Smithers. The Vint Shinkle having completed her repairs, is now loading at Cincinnati to re sume her trips to Memphis. Captain Ster ling M'Intyre will command her, with Cap tain J. A. Lindsay in the office a couple of gentlemen whose popularity will place the Shinkle equal to any of the packets of that hne. A St. Louis dispatch of Wednesday night says: "The towboat Grand Lake and barges, with one hundred thousand bushels of corn for this city, arrived here this afternoon. This is the first attempt to use barges in the Missouri river for the transports of grain in bulk. Whether it will be continued has not yet been determined." Ed Crowell and Billy Turney have arrived from their summer trip to tbe middle part of the State, and will resume their places on the Ruth. Poor fellows, they have 1. ot to go to work. It goes hard with them, but it's hon est, you know, and we know of no persons more equal to the emergency. When the spring time comes, Gentle Annie, rgiin, you may tike another vacation, until which time your little affairs can be conducted by correspond ence. The Grand Tower is the lower bend packet this morning at tec o'clock, as far as Vicks burg, in command of that genial gentleman and thorough steamboatman, Captain George Lennox. Her business department is pre sided over by Thomas White, assisted by John Crane, two gentlemen whose popularity is x roverbial from one end of the line to the other. Travelers will be especially pleased with the systemaiic manner in which the cabin is managed, especially the culinary de partment, which is engineered by the prince ot caterers, Charley Northup. Everything about the Grand Tower is in applie-pie order safe, swift, reliable and accommodating. Ihe James W. Gatt is on the bills to de part at five o'clock this evening for Cincin nati, and shippers are respectfully requested to have their freight down in time as she will not remain in port later than five o'clock. She is a safe and comfortable boat to travel on, and tickets passengers through to New York city and other points cheaper than by any other route, transferring passengers and baggage to the railroad depots free of charge. Colonel J. D. Moore, a clever gentleman, will be found in the omce ever ready to register all wishing a pleasant trip up the river. Messrs. Wheeler and Russell, two clever and accommodating clerks, have charge of the freight department, while Billy Collins and Parson Byers entertain and look alttr the comfort of the guests. THE FAMOUS MIHSlKqini gPRIXK WATKR, Which for nearly halt a century has wrought such WONDROUS CURES of KIDNEY DISEASE, DYS PEPSIA and CANCER, may be had of all druggists. Its curative properties are almost miraculous. For pamphlets containing remarkable cures address MI3SISQU0I SPRINGS, Franklin county, Vermont. Ttm.iABT.n help for weak and. nervous sufferers. Chronic, painful and prostrating diseases cured with out medicine. Pulvermacher's Electric Belts tbe grand dlslderatum. Avoid Imitations. Book and Journal, with particulars, mailed free. Address PCLVEUMACHER Galvamio Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. A. General Rebellion. TRIUMPH of a VKEAT DISCOVERY! The public has refilled azainst cauterizina Hair Due. Fashion has foresworn them. A sagacious community has adopted in their stead, CltlHTADORO'g Hillt BYE, and for lltexe reasons: It embrowns and blackens the hair, not tne Klein. It Is a veqetahie emollient, not a burning fluid. It does not burlesque nature with bloorninj metallic lintjes, but produces her own lnHng hues. Its COOllne effect Is buttina. It delie detection. Its results areuniform. ltntverfailx. Manufactured by J. CRI3TADORO. No. 3 Williams St., New York. Sold by all druggists. Applied by all Balr Dressers. 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY., A rem' rlr educated and lcnlly Qualified physician and tea mosisocceitsfult'as his practice will prove. Cures all forms of PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SEXUAL DIS EASES, Spenna.torrh.ea and Iinjr&tency, as the rwult of tlf-abtise in youth r:ilal excesses irua turer ar. cr other ciiiaes fmauciri(t some o f tJrtot lotrio j effect: Ncrvausoe?, temical Koibions. (Digfft ra'a nnus tv dreams). ttimUPiw of fciglit. Defective Memory Phy sical Decay, Piiujilodou Face Aversion t Society of females, Confuafcrn of Ideas, of Sexual Power, rendrins; Biarriafe Improper or unhaitpy, are ihoroufthW aod pcrma crnUy cured. SYPHILIS PMilivclj cured and c& r,2tci frt-m the cvsu-ni; Gonorrhea, GLEET Stricture, O'ruuiUs, Hernia, iox Kuplurci, file and other private diseases quickly cured. It is self-evident that a phy hcinn who pays special attention to aoertaiu dans of diseases, and treating thousands annu ally, acquires irreat skill. Physicians knowing this fact often recommend persons to my care. W hen it i inconvenient to Tint the city for treatment, medicines can be sent privately an, safely by mail or express anywhere. Cures Guaranteed in all Casei undertaken. Consultations personally or by letter free ana Invited. Charge reasonable and obrrespondeaoe atriMly copfidenUaL A PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of 200 pMT amt to any address, seen rely sealed, for thirty AO) cents. Should bo read bv alL Address as abova. rmoa hours from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Bnadava- to A A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage ! TO I IG-uideto Wedlock and l -onndiiiiial Treatise on the J iuUrs ot murrlaiie and tho Scauscsthnt unfit 1nr it -. the cn-t of Keproducf ;on and uie jjisoasco or vvch-pu A boo ; lor t"v:it. COliF 4 3-atc read:k;g. 1U) pacs, prw. 5 "Oris. On alt difordVrsot a Private? Jf-".tnro ann,L' trom Self Ah use. Exceapps, or Secret JXr.cp.2CS, wuh the best Hicnns of rnre, SfL'4 Inrc rntrr. prior u ct. A CX-IITiCALi LFCTITRB on tho ahor wises and tho -c 4'xhn Throat and In nr a, Catrrk,Kupture iho Opium Hibit,t,pric' JUrts. .'hr twA -Tt pospai'lon lcccipt et pce: Ar a!l three, C T'nininff.'flOpTf'n, h-ai'f i:u" r ii.nstmtci!. tr 7." ts. Address JlTi tOZ :-). Xs'o. JJ IV. Sin u ht. Lou in. Ha. MARRIAGE A r.noK ornenrly S00 pnre. I uunieroun iifrraviiifr; i c B veals nccreiH whichtbcm.tr rifd and those eontemola- secrets; I ting marriage should know. How to cure dlseafies. Hund FrHi of Rin!i. Ki-nL secure I r sealed for c-nf t money or pomace stampx). Address C. A. Cubanwan, Ail X. 'ifth Street. St. Louis, llo. -no cure-no mm tPl I lf7 Kwt Wfebinrton stmet, Chlcjtra, f r One fire of all Triv.ite, Chronic und Special IHtxus, K'mliiul WeHknfM, Km ons IK'blllty, aud l,ont MniibiMwl. (-frinanut'.y i-nrci. l)r. t BTa'liiale of the Hffnrtn S-liool. ati-l n no Menury ; h.v the l.vce?t prartktaln the Untied Stat. LAIMK? rtqn(rin tnt Hunt with hotneand txwl, mil orwriie. Kvcrv rffvVme fs rik-ots. Send Flftv (ent for M Mf KI W pws' llustntted. MAICIMKI I.MH1 and itMilVuirnseno ltfiy Cnt for Sample of Rubber fiila and Ormlsr ofiinixnisni Intrmntion, bv eipres. Consultation tree and coandenlial. liclialdt KiMfnle lMls,5 a Bo. HATE fSOOD HFALTH T1IEMVKB MlT UK Kiil'T IN OUUEU. UK .Sr&TONtCrOr; nr uvcnti "n nllRRHri 10 1 . COHSTlPk-3. sickheahacheX n I i FOR DISEASES OF BIU0USNE83.S 7" V LIVES STOMACH &DYSPEPS1A.JH CLEARS THE S IteW8 BOWELS r l'amphlei addrrs lilt. Sanforo. New Yc COMPOUND OXYGEN. A HEW TREATMENT !"hr,';;"d"' enje by s true proceeB of rpv1talization. REMARKABLE CURES Athma, Catarrh Bronchttt, &yrjmat Jl'adarjie, MheuwiatUwt, yeuralffia, and the la rye ciae) of ftillrienta Which COmO from nrtxm drprcion, LOSS 0FYITALin.2Cr nia, (A. rttrrmting tfeets if ehmate, and especially ti SOUTHERN LATITUDESctloS which attends convalescence, ana wiucu aoaxua so manr to permanent invalidism. STRONGLY ENDORSED J??JS LEY, T. 8. AKTHTTR.HOM. MOXTGOMEIiY BLAIR. Eiioy. BOBEMAN of Wert Vinrinm, and others who have uiwhI the Jfew Treatmeut. CDCC I A Treatise auO patrw on CoPOCOT Oit I flLClotK, with many testimonial to noat remarkable rnrr, Mntree. A.ldrrRH Liu, brtiui ft Palkm. 11U Uirard ot. PhUuIa. THK BEST-THK CUKAFUT1 Tke American 80ft Capsule t'ompair't PURK CAPSTJLATED MUDICIJiBS In Metallic Boxes. Full directions. Castor OH, Codllror Oil Hoe 'OH Turpentine, Dais. Capalba. .2ot OU of Cubebs with Copaiba 50c Oil Male Fem with Kmala....7r Finest OU of Sandalwood SI Asm for ths Amkricaji "STAB" Tradb Mark, and see you get 1La9 ror saie py all Druggists. 3SJtotm A Ticum of Tonthful fimn-Qdence. rnwlna Ttrmatura decay, nenroua dnbtlity. etc havlnfr tried in vain every known remedy, has found a frimple aelf rtiM, which he will send rais to hi f. llow .nlT'Terx. Addreae J. W. BEETIMi CiaUaii HU, X. IT. PBE(4CKIPT10S rKKlL T7K)K THE 8PKKDY CUBB of 8eminal Weakuna JTj Lost lianhood and all disorders brought on t lndlscretlOQ or excess. Any druggist bus inrv dleota, EH. JAyL'ES.'A CO., 180 West SlxUt street, ClnOimad, o. MlTJinEB RESORT. TULLAHOitfiA THE most dellghtftil and conyenler.t summer re sort In Middle Tennessee. Located near the oase of the Cumberland Mountains, and tbe hlgbest uolnt on tbe N. C. and St. Louis K. K. Only three hours ride from Nashville and 12 hours from Mem pnls. Cxhllaratlr.fr climate and delightful chalybeate water. The hotel offers all the comfort of a home, with all the luxuries of a first class watering-place, and at moderate rates. Tkkxs -S10 per week orS'JO per month. Excursion tickets from Memphis and Nashville at reduced rates. References Mrs. Judge Fllppln.Col. Leon Trous dale and CoL W. F. Hardin, of Memphis. F. COKZELIUfi. Proprietor. BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS, MECKLENBURG COUATT, YA. Waters well nigh specific In Htone nr Calenll. Diabetes and Inflammation of the Bladder. Waters In cases of six gallons, 5 per earn At the Hpriiics. Testimonials sent to any address. Springs open for visitors June 1 st. THOS. F. fiOODE. Proprietor. ELMOJ4OD GE. rake F.I wo. via St. Paul, Minnesota (twelve miles from St Paul, on the Stillwater and Taylor's Falls Rallroa-l: live trains dally e;ich way). This charming summer resort is now completed. Building, furniture, eto., akk kntirelt nkw, and ready for guests. It Is lo cated In a beautiful and picturesque s;Ht. and the climate Is the most healthful and bracing In Amer ica. Thk Attractions are fine, sal) and row-boats, plenty of game, fish, billiards, bowling-alleys, out door gymnasium, swings, croquet, archery. lawn tennis, baths, mulc, etc. T mis. S2 50 ler day. KB ED. G. GUTHHEZ, Manager, late German National Bank, Memphis. THIS charming summer resort, located eight miles from Bon Aqua fetation, thirty-nine miles from Nashville, on tbe Nashville and Northwestern Rail road, will open for the recep'lon cf v.sltors on June 1 , 1 87H. Tbe 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 are celebrated for tbelr recuperative effects upon delicate men and women, shattered and exhausted constitutions, as well as for the cure or 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 tfOO feet above Nash vllle. Atmosphere, cool, dry and salubrious. Board Per month, 835; per week, $10; per day, 82. Special rates lor families. Children and serv ants, half-price. Ballroad fare for the round trlp,89 5. Correspond ence Invited. Address " Bon Aqua Springs Associa tion," or A. GKNNETT, Business Manager, Bon Aqua Springs, Tenn. Dr. A. Morrison, Resident Physician. For those who enjoy horseback or buggy riding, a first-class livery -stable will be ke pt by Ellas Napier. Special ac commodations for those who take their own vehicles. prmgs (NEAR FLORENCE), Lauderdale County Alabama. Round-trip Tickets 91 SO. Correspondence solicited. ELLIS ft CO HIT3I3IKK BOAKD-No. H West 31 St Street. New York. "A TTtS. BULKLEY will accommodate visitors to the 1VL city during the summer months, with first-class rooms, with or without board, at moderate rates. Her bouse Is located between Broadway and Fifth avenue; is most accessible from the various Ferries, being within two minutes walk of the Elevated Rail roads and six lines of Cars and Stages. References Dr. T. Galllard Thomas, New Tork; Rev. T. D. Wltherspoon, Petersburg, Va.; Rev. Win. E. Boggs. Memphis. Tenn. THE HYttEIA HOTEL, Old. Point Comfort. Va. Situated within 100 yards of Fort Monroe. Open all the year, with ample capacity for WOO guests. Has all modern improve mentselevator, gas and electric bells In every room , water, bath-rooms and closets on each floor. Six dally malls, and telegraph ofllce. Fifteen to twenty first-class steamers land dally, except Sunday, 150 yards from the door. Sui erlor beach for bathing at door-steps, and good from May until November. Boating, fishing and driving especially attractive. Send tor circular describing hygienic advantages. Terms S2 to S3 50 per day, according to location of and number In room, length of stay, etc. H. PHOEBUS, Proprietor. TORDAS BOCKBRIDKE rprlnif, JKochbridjcn Ovnnty, Vs. 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 nil the modern conveniences for the most comfortable 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 belts In each (the only summer resort In Virginia which has). There are also superb cottage accommodations. Post and telegraph offices in the hotel. Two dally malls from all points. In addition to the Alum waters, whose medicinal qualities are too well known to specially refer to, there Is on the grounds one of tbe 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. 's and G. W. Jones ft Co. '3, Druggists, or address by letter JOS. N. WOODWABD, Manager, at the Springs. OVERLOOK MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CATSHIbL MOUNTAINS, Woodstock, Ulster County, New York, IS NOW OPEN. House Is new. contains all modern improvements, and furnished throughout in the best man ner. Transient board. $3 per day. Reasonable terms for week or month. Best place on the moun tains for those troubled with hay fever, It being 3fO0 feet above tide water. Telegraphic c immuni cation with all points. For circulars, address James Smith, Manager, OVERLOOK MOUNTAIN HOUSE, WOODSTOCK, Ulster county, new york AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY, STAVSTOX, VA. THE largest first-class Institution for Toting La dles In Virginia, with an able corps of twenty five teachers. Opens the first Wednesday In Septem ber, 1H7H, and closes the first Wednesday In June, 1879. For catalogues, containing full partloulars, address MISS MART J. BALDWIN, Principal, Staunton, Virginia. ATTOUNEYS-ATLAW. HENRT CRAFT L. P. COOPER. CRAFT & OOPJ8, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, No. 0 MAIMNON MTKEET, MEMPHIS. SI. . Ii. STEWART, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Ofllce No. 177 Main Street, Memphis. WILL practice In the Courts of Law and Cnai eery In West Tennessee and North Misslsls lppt, and give special attention to collections, con vevane1ng.t. IINDUBTAKEU . H. HOL8T. T. W. HOLiJT. t. II. SOIT a. BK. UNDERTAKERS, 320 Hain, opp. Peabody Hotel. ALWAT8 on hand, a large assortment of Metallic Caes an.t Caskets, ar.d Wooden Cofhos, f every description. Mf Orders by telegraph psompUj ruled art ctw nhiDrxvo. o. n. JA3. FLAHERTY J. J. SULLIVAN. Flaherty & Sullivan, UNDERTAKERS, 317 Second Street, near Jlojiroe METALLIC AND WOODEN BURIAL CASKb and CaSKBTe. Elegant Robes, (ients' SuiU and Couln Trimmings. Orders by telegraph sent promptly C. O. D. Special attention natrl tn Knitmlrnlnp. TEAS. D.F. Cavanagh & Co. DEALERS IN COFFEE, ETC 369 Main Street. CHOICE BRANDS ALWATS FOR SALE, AT Vv rr avion able prteeM. Our long experience In tbe business, and familiarity with the best Im porters, enable us to afford better inducements to buyers of cboicx goods than can be found eiseweie. Bailey S 'JL'.Hh. X-.X HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS THE MOST COMPLETE LINE IX THE SOLT1I1VEST, AT B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS. We thiM week call special attention to oar aaperb Mtock of Irish Linens. Table Damasks, Towels, Doylies, Napkin, 3areilles Quilts. Piano-Covers, Table-Covers, 3Ioqulto-Hars, Pillow-Casings and Sheetings, in all widths both Ijinen and Cotton which we offer at figures far below their real value. LOWEMSTEIKT & Kennedy steHok cotTofTTTEr. OETt-TA These Ties are made out of tbe best eteel and iron, belnz complete; fastenings attached, with no buckle to become lost. For sale or all dealers and commission merchants In every Southern city. K.KXKKDY BROS, Louisville. Ky. B. Im COC1IK1S. M. A. COCUKAS. R. L COCHR OoocesBors 'LE.4J.W, COCHRAN), auaafaomrart LUMBEE, MTi, BlIKfGLEB, Doors, Saab, Blinds, and all kinds of Packing; Boxes. Office and Yard at foot of Waliingtoi Street. Saw and Planing Mill In Navr Yard. Tlwajs have on hand a choice lot of Flooring, Celling, Siding, Lattice, Framing, Fsnoe and Dressed Lumber, Rough and Dressed Pickets, Cedar Posts, Laths, Sbln&les Door and Window Frame. Mnlrtlnina. KlA. Ban I Pratt 0 PRICES AT MEMPHIS PLAIN SWINGING-FRONT GINS. S3 50 A SAW. Imp roved Krvolv Ids Head til p. 4 a saw. We are now manufacturing the Krllpse (Payne A Wilson Patent) Gin and Holler, with Improvements. This (iIN Is the best for hull or badly pl?ked cotton; price, 4 50 a saw. We call especial attention ti our Revolving Head Uin. It will gin the seed clean, never break the roll, and may be fed by any boy. Our (sins all warranted. Condensers, Feeder and Presses on hand. Orders solicited. PBATT GIN COMPANY, Manufactors, Lg'ts t.ts Cotton Factors 314 FRONT STREKT MEMPHIS, TKXX. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. HARDWARE AND CUTLERY tiuiis and Fishing Tackle, Sorghnni, Cider, rit and Fan Mills, Flouring Mills, Wheat Threshers, .Bolting Cloth, Elevator Cups, Cotton Cain and Presses, - sjteam Machinery, Fittings and Pipe. Faught leering Horse Fngines, Gnm and .Leather llelting. BeF TTA7-m FPU. SAT sTD 750 Brls. "Nelson Distillery" Fire-Copper OURBON SPRING OF 1873 - ollll BrlsTiisee Mai Y7ZEE ACT STfLLMSlIIPS. INMAN LINE KOVALi HAIL1 ISTKAMEKH, NKW YORK to ClUEEXSTO W3I and LIVERPOOL, Every Thursday or Saturday, fTons. I Tons. Citt op Bkrlin 541 CrrTorBRUssKis,3776 Crrr of Richmond.... 4rt07 1 Crrr Naw York.. 8500 City op Chestkk 45ti City of Paris. ..8081 City of Montbkal...44HO I City Brooklyn.. 2911 These magnificent steamers, built In watertight compartments, are among tbe strongest, largest and fastest on the Atlantic. , The saloons are luxuriousir fcmlshed, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whole width of the ship. Tbe principal staterooms are amidships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion is felt, and are replete with every com fort, having all latest Improvements, double berths, electric bells, etc The cuisine has always been a specialty of this Line. Ladles' cabins and bathrooms, gentlemen's smok ing and bathrooms, barbers' shops, pianos, llbu rles, etc., provided. For rates of passage and other information, apply to JOHN ti. DALE, Agent, 81 and 88 F; oadway. New York. Or to THOM 8 FISHER. lank. Muinh LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. MECHANICS Building and Loan Association. THE book for subscilptlon to the Second Series of slock is now open, at the Secretary's ofllce. with the Planters Insurance Company, No. 41 Madison street. Payment to be made on tha Merond Wednesday Im Ausust next, when the first loan In that series will be made. MOXE TO LO.V SiO BACK. DIES ! G. V. BAMBAUT JOSEPH HAINES H. J. WARD JNO. O. LONSDALE, Jr.. . SMITH & COLLIER PRESIDENT ...VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER SOLICITORS DIRECTORS: d. V. Rambaut, A. B. Morrison, John Beld, J. J. Peres, Joseph Haines, H. A. Hamilton, M. L. Bacon, D. T. Porter. U. W. Macrae. SHELBY C'OIATY BUILDING AMD LOAN ASSOCIATION. THE above Association are now ready to Issue their third series of stock. After an unprece dented successful year's business, and having pio neered an entirely new field in Building and Loan Association business, we are authorized from tbe re sult in slating to borrowers or non -borrowers that we can guarantee them tbe best paying stock in the city. Subscriptions will be reaelved by the Secretary, at the ofllce of the Association. 18 Madison street, or by any of tbe Directors. Directors Hon. Jacob Thompson, Dr. D. T. Por ter, M. Gavin, John tiunn, U. D. tioodwln, Thomas Holman. Jr., P. St. Winters, Judge C. W. Heiskell, H. W. Uielbel, W. J. McDermott, R. It Jordan. Hon. JACOB THOMPSON President THOMAS HOLMAN. Jr Vice-President Dr. D. T. PORTER Treasurer W.J. MCDERMOTT Secretary BELCHER ft JORDAN .Attorn s ASD ' SAM'L A. HATCHES. AN k CO. otton Hins ESfeOO WHISKEY! - 74 - - 75 - - 76 - - 77 EST BOTfP1 FOIS SALE. J. B. & VV. A. Faires, (Late of Forrest A Faires), Dealers in MTJTJES & HORSES No. 55 I'nion street, Near Postoitlce Me rphis, Tenn. Alarge assortment of Stock always on hand. Everything guaranteed as represented. Order nlletw1. PL unit I A G. WATER-PIPE Hvdrants, Street-Sprinklers, Hose, New IiOts J ust Iteceiv'tl Will be sold and pat up cheap. J.W. X. "BROWNE, 258 Second St., opp. Court Squar e Gas-Pipe,Sewer-Pipe, Drlye-Wells, Bath tubs Chandeliers, Pomps, etc. MEDICAL. UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA, XE1V ORLEAXN. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. FACCLTY: T. 6. RICHARDSON, M.D., Professor or Surgery. 8. M. BEMISS. M-D., Professor of Theory and Prac tice of Medicine. S. E. CHALLE, M.D., Professor of Physiology and Pathological Anatomy. JOSEPH JONES, M.D.. Professor of Chemistry. S. LOGAN, M.D.. Professor of Anatomy. E. S. LEWIS. M.D.. Professor of Obstetrics, etc J. B. ELLIOTT. M.D., Professor of Materia Medlca A. B. MILES, MJ., remonstrator of Anatomy. The neit annual term In tbls Department (now in Its forty-fifth year) will begin October i. 1S7S. and end 31 are . !?. The first three weeks will be devoted exclusively to Clinical Medicine, and Sureery and Practical Pathological Anatomy In the Charity Hospital, im Practical Chemistry and Dis sections at the College. Tbe Charity Hospital has jOO beds and an annual admission of more than xtx thaumnd patients, ami offers unrivaled facilities for practical teaching. The students accompany the professor in their dally visits through ihe wards, and thus have the opportu nity of studylrg diseases and accidents at the b'd side of the tiatlents. It Is to this peculiar feature or the school that the Faculty call especial attention. ,rH in view ot the tacts above stated and the unusual amount of care and labor Involved in tbe effort to render the course as complete as possible, the same fees are demanded as cbaiged by the Schools of New York and Philadelphia, namely: Matriculation. S5; Lectures, 140; Practical Anat omy. $10; Graduation, 880. Payments required in pdvance. For circulars, giving full details, address T. O. RICHARDiON, M.D., Dean. EROS. lisim 1KAWIN. Royal Havana Lottery. $810,000 Prawn Every 17 Days 1 Prize of. S200.0O0 1 Prize of. 5.(N) 1 Prize of as.txm 2 Prizesof IO.OOO. 2ii.hi K Prizes of $5000 each nO.ooo 124 Prizes of JIOOO each. 124.OO0 rlH'2 Prizes of 500 each 341.0OO 821 Prizes, amounting to (Spanish) SH10.0OO Whle Ticket, S2S; Hair. ?18: Quarter. S7; Tenth, js'l; Twentieth. $2. Orders filled and prizes cashed at actual rate of exchange try Arl'H. 4 leatMr it.. !w OrlrAW. I'"- 4th Grand Distribution COMMONWEALTH DISTRIBUTION CO. IX CASH PKIZiX Nora TDK Attrctioj tOOOO for Only Si! By authority of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, to take place In the city cf Louisville. Ky., OX HKSEHtAY. JI'I.Y 81. 17. .vo scalisg: so rosrroxEUEXT: Drawing under th Immediate supervision of Col. It, C. Wlntersmlth. i:-Trea. Slate of Ky..an (ien. T. A. Harris and Ueo. E. H. uray. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Prize HO.M.O 1 Prize 15.(KM 1 Prize 5.000 5 Prizes $1000 each 5.imh 21 Prizes nO'learh lo.(HM loo Prizes 100 each 1.IMm 800 Prizes ftOeach 15,n 5i;0 Prizes 20each 10(HM lOOO Prizes 10 each 10.0OO APPKOXIMATIOS PRlZKCi. P Prizes $.k each 2.TOO Prizes 200eacb, I.soo 9 Prizes 100 each WH lti55 S115.40O Whole Ticket. Half Tieltet, 1 Remit by Postofflce Money Order. Registered Let er. Bank waft or Express. Full list of drawing u! llsjed la Louisville CviricrJmnvil and INew York HrmUi, and mailed to all ticket-holders. For tlcket.i and Information address fOSIMOS WEALTH 1HS TK1KUTICX CO.. or T. J. COMMEKEOKD. fcec'y Courier-Journal Building. Louisville. Ky. 1 A8PLK.VDID OPPOKTl'S ITY to Win a Fortune. Eighth Grand Distribution. 17, at New Orleaas. Taesday, A ncast 13th. LOUISIANA HTATE LOTTERY CO. This Institution was regularly incorporate) by the Legislature of the State for Educational and L .. cita ble purposes in IStto, with a capital of SI .OOO.OOO, to which It has since added a reserve fund of 8.V. 000. Ita (.rand Mingle Number Iitri hntioiiM will take place menthly on the second Tuesday. It never xnOex or postpones. Look at Ux followlng Distribution : CAPITAL PBIZK, 30,00. 100.000 Tickets, at each I Half TickeU M. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Capital Prize OO 1 Capital Prize lo.t 1 Capital Prize 5,h0 2 Prizes of $2500 S.tNH) B Prizes of 1OO0 ft.lMHl 20Prtzesor 50 10,(r 100 Prizesot 100 10,tKx 200 Prizes of 50 . 1 0.OtM 500 Prizes of 20 10,0M 1000 Prizes of 10 10.000 APPROXIMATION PRI.E3. 9 Approximation Prizes of S8".K 2.70' 9 Apiiroximatlon Prizes of 200 1,M 9 Approximation Prizes of 1 00 t00 1857 Prizes, amounting to S110.40O Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation will be nald Application for rates to clubs should only be made to the Home Office in New Orleans. Write, clearly stating lull auaress, ror runner in formation or send orders to M. A. OAK I'M I, f O. uai 6VS.!llrW OrU anx. JL..orat No. fl West Court St., Memphis. Tenn. All our Grand Extraordinary Diawings are under the supervision and m.inair?meiit of GknkkaIj . T. PKAUKKi-tARD and J1IB4L A KH?.V HOKSr & 3IULKS FOUSAliK J. A. FORREST & CO. DEALERS IN Horses and Mules, 61 & 63 Monroe sU, near Peabodj Hole), WE are receiving dally a large assortment tt HORSES and MULES. Persons WKtitli.g stock will save money by calling before pnrchasin" elsewhere. Everything sold by us fully guaranteed Orders solicited. DispiarsAitir. uite.isarr ri Chs-a-o. IIU 11:1 r. i:t!.!.'oir trt.n .; m:mi. jin V2 nut KONTI MN fcfr'T. .urflv. urirr' . lr. m-i i:iToiii:iiH'.si i L umiuvi XI !; IJilll'lf M 1. BI1T'1'JJ -. INK UK. nr.. iriulcrinx JII: K . V Pliill'tK. wrrm.iwnllT ctrrd. P.BiM.ptf.J -VfCV -."pnir f-rnt po-t(vr- R!. a Ati 111 A' WAiBslll 1 .IK. Oil ).U1L rtlllOIJM.Y, wort i.nt n'v! ...-. tl.l.l'sTKATKD. enataluiDS miK-h Ubn: v Br rr u-rorr MinUb4, int for 60 n.. fa a Mraml emtrj. CONSt LTATlo tr and IIIMIDIMUU Otbo Houn; a. m. to I p. m. fituid.jr. s to 4 p. m. Dr. I. S. aTolinsoii's PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, Ho. 17 JEFFEKSOX STREET, Between Slaia aad Wvrnt, Hesaphta. ItKITABLISHKD IV 186a DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all parties In terested as by far the most successful physician In tbe treatment of private or secret diseases, yulcv , thomturh and nermanent cures guaranteed In every ease, male or female. Recent cases of Gonorrhea and syphilis eurea in a rew aays, wiuioui use vi mereurv. eharura of dlat. or hindrance from buslnew. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eradicated will -out the use of mercuiy. Involuntary loss of senen topped in a short time. Sufferers from lmpotency or loss of sexual powers restored to free vigor in few weeks. Victims of self-abuse and excessiv venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss c! physical ana menuu power, speeuuy ana perma nently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases f Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new reroe.1l. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all part of the cou n try. Office hours from 8 am to 9 p.m! Sunday! from R to R r.m l .hihnSON. M.D II All! 1ULSAN. Parker's Hair BalKaiu i-i the Best and cleanest preparation ever made for Restoring Gray Kair to its original color. It is entirely harmless, an.? free from the cheap and impure ingrecu 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 nsed 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 Lite when Gray, harsh and decaying. Sola by all Druggists. OAK LUMBER ! MERCER 4 NOLLE Y. of Withe Depot. Tenn., wil furnish best White Oak LsmWr. In any size wanted, at LOW FIGURES. They lll de liver it at Memphis and Louisville Depot. Parties wishing to purchase will please call on J. J. BI SBV CO.. 27rt Front st chakci;ky axjss. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. Chancery Court of Shelby county George Glllham Administrator ol John S. Kerr, dee'd, vs. w . Kerr et al. . . teredin the above cause on the 26th oayof ia. lnin, twill sell, iu puimo auniuu, w bidder. In front of the clerk and master's osnce. com t- house building. Main lrt-t, Memphis. Tenn , on Saturday. Jol IS. 17. within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Shelby county. Tennessee, to-wlt: A eel tain lot, w th the houses thereon, situated in the c.ty of Memphis, and described as follows: beginning at a stake on the east side or boundary of Leoju street, being the northwest corner ot lot N . 2. In block No. 50; thence east with the dividing line be tween lots 2 and 3. 11:I4 t to a stake; tlv nce north end parallel with DeSoto street 40 feel " stake; thence west and parallel with tbe dividli.g line of lots 2 aod 3. 118U feet to I0.",rr"; thence with tlie east Hue of DeSoto street 40 teet to tbe beginning corner. . , ,., Terms oi Si le one-fourth cash; balance at 8. 1 .J and 1H months; notes with appn ved security . ami Hen retailed ou property until purchas-e mom .9 DHtd Koultr of retteraptlon barred. June lo. Ih.x. patu. quiui K A. COLE. Clerk and Ma, tei By E. B. McHenry. D. C. and M. Ueo. tiUlham, 6oU for oompl't