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-SATURDAY. .TJGTCTST lO. 1878.
IIAILHOAD TIMK-TAIILES. Ixmtville Hnd Xtaahville and r?at Southern. ma AKKIVI Enre--. dally if .eept Sat-) 1 1 P-m. I 4:00 p.m. Mill, dally a. in. 8 16 a. in. M Kenie JktT.MilimxUtUMi. j lUilr ir.i ,-.nir . :40 p.m.! Mem plil ami Charleston. Luvr. AKKIVB. C1ty time) Mall Kxpmw I ruin. dll Soinemlll Aerominoiliillot d.iily rtcl ouudajs) Brmd Junction Ace, dally ieXO-M "Mitvl- p.m. 111:45 a. m. 5:4.1 P-m. 7:M a.m. B -.no a. m. 9:35 a.m 51 iinipii itml TennodW. New orlean :ll. dally I 2:l p.m.I:2; am. Bntl Aivmim'il' h-ii dal ly e(.--lt 8, tulais' 4-iO p.m. 8:10 a. rr. Fr-lrfii' mid iin:mt a. a ihr . t ' fund ifm. ;4" a m.j 4:10 P m. MeitiphfH mii1 Utile Itock. M tin Tmln. fi.illy S IX) p.m. 11:40 p.m. aVrtaTht. i;lT'xivr.t Sun.). ii::ti) .ru. . SJIO p.m. I'ailiirah and JlempliiH. MhII imiw'f Ifiiii .'sill im i in ' liHtf) a.m FINANCIAL. With continued liat was conlinued dall nes at the bank yesterday, but there was some in jury for money, and the MeivU Improvement In Uiat line strongly encouriiipa tbe contile ce that nl t In tbe approach of better times. With the growth of prov lms for bo ne uw, the position of toe cotton-grower is brooming more satisfactory to himself, and w Inspiring more confidence anion thos-iwLo have to denlwlth him. The assuiance of a go-d cop, and the ad!il!otial assurance that Europe will ait every bale our own manufacturers do not Uke, Is Inspiring a uenM of confld nee among our 'jeople to which th-y have long b-en strangers. The banks make loans at Kr? 10 per rent. Kichange at our banks jn Ked at par buying and !. premium Helling on New V rk: on oh-r eastern cities par buying and 14 premium selling for botn demand and sight: on New Orleans li nl-M.-ouiil buying: selling at par. Tbe New Vork liutuhn reports: " The private advices from l.i)dMi to the eft -et that the Bank of England notwithstanding the lare galu tc-iar of i.'i7H.0(a) bullion n butane I . llnely to put Its rate up to 5 tier cent In the early fjture Induced an advance here In the r-tfc fr 'leinniid bills. In London se cnrttles wre Ik J 14 lower for I nitd t-tales bonds, an1 cd!o;i were steady, Sller advane-Ml 1-ltf, to r2-d fer ounce. The bullion value of the new sil ver uollar here w;u about HK cents." l.urtinq. Memphis gold bonds f?35 Mimphl currency bonds.. d '.Kn Memphis ledger oral.. 174 38 tt Memphis ledger baL. Ih5 ii Meuihls ItxUcr K1. ,lH7rt f70 M-auiutils loiter bal...ln77 i?7i Memphis ldirer bal.. h7x rtO f?tS2 - Klre and police scrip. . 187 .? New compromise ls 15 ii Memphis paving scrip :i.- ii Memphis gas stock HW- ii 100 tihelby county warrants i?H0 Memuhls Charleston K'd fV il rt Mexican dollars. W3-294- fBJ' TKLEGRAPHA PARIS, August ". R-nU-a, 110f. H7MiC NKWOKLE4NS. August 0. tiold. 1 00SMf? 1 005k. New York slutit. t premium. Sterling exchange, bankers' bills, 4-i.Ma. LONDON, AugiLst V Consols.for money ,94 15-1; on account. 41-js, HHU4: fi-irs of 1SH7. 10i1h: HMOs, 1 1 1 ; nert 5'. 10. Is; Illinois Central, Hit; feiinsylvaula Central. Si-i; heading, 17; Krie, llvHi; Erie pr. ferred, : Jta. NEW YOKK, August 9. The money market was 1 1?'2 per cent , cloilng 1 13 ier cenL Prime im-rcan-tile pa'.er. perc-nL Uusloins receipts, OO0. The iisdstanl tre.isurer disbursed SHHt,000. Clerlns, 7,:j ol.iKNI .-terllng exchange bankers' Mils, 4S2j; sight exchange In demand at 4HiUj liry gno-!-lmp ris fo the week, Si.l 1 l.(HN) (iofd was l(:il. Carrying rites, iij I p r cent BorrowlDg rates. if il per cent. ami flat, tiovernment bonds.qulet ami steal; ttailruad b.inds. lull;cuuionsof Ihki, li)7i: do. new. lOJ-i: do. 1K17. 104'n; do. lrtH, 107ta: new 5s. limit.: new 4ls, 104-M; new 4s. 10O: 10 40s, registered, lOOtj.; 10-4OS, couiMins, IO'.'Ik; currency tls. 120I3. Stale bonds were dull; Tennessee rls, old, 84; Tennessee rts, te. :j:H; Virginia rts, old. 21; Virginia rts. new. 21: Missouri Hs, 105 The stock m irket sO 'ii inter opening became weak and so continued Uiioiuh tit the day with declining prices. The closing inntations were abJUt the low est of the day The mi'irt Interest In the market was greatlt Incre ised this atier :oon. H. Y. Learltt su lendel; his llalil! l.e i.rj small and he has no out standing c.mlrac s at th- stock exchange. Transae tlons agregtted 1:4 (:lO hhaies of which 11.000 weru Kr.e, l."i.o L'ke shore. 14.000 N. rthwestern common, 15.IHK) Nort'i stern preferred, 20,(MM tit. Pa il coimnoi-, 2:i.(H)0 i-U Paul preferred, 15. M0 Lackawanna, lloo NewJeisey central, 12-00 Michigan Central and 22(H) Western I'nlon. The (notation at tbe rlo-e were as follows: Western I'nlon telegraph company. 8Vs: Quicksil ver. 12: Quicksilver prerrrred, 2'.'; Paclhc Mall, ltlis; MariiHisn. loOU; Maririo.M preferred, IOOL4. Adams express company, 104; Wells Ifargo ex press coinpanr, no. auhiih express company 4'U4; lnltet Slates express company, 44; New York Central. X'H; Kile. 17; Krle preferresl, H5: Harlem. IM7i: Michlyan Centrtl, :Ih; Panama, 125; Union Paclilc stock, rthi: Lake Shore, lilt,; llilnoN Central. Ml;: Cleveland and PltUl burK. N.Oiirn. Nor.bwestern pre fernid. rt4; Cleveland, Coluiubus, Cliicinnail and Indiaiiaisilis, 21'-; f'ew Jersey Central, b4ijii; Rock Island. II 21: t." Pnul, lt4;St. Paul preferred, 17; Wabash. 112: Korr Wayne, V4; Terra Haute, 101 tj: Terra Haute preferred, 102; Chicago and Alton, K2. Chicago and Alton preferred, 102; Ohio and MIisIsnIppI, 107: 1'elauare, Lackawanna and Western 52-1: Atlantic and Pacille telegraph, 25; Missouri Paclilc. I0II4: Chicago, Burlington and Qulucv, 110; Hannibal and t-t. Joe. Ill; Cen tral Paclilc bonds, lo.Vs; Union Paclilc bonds, 10544; Union 1-actHc land grants, 105; Union Pa cific sinking funds, 102W. COTTON. chantre w.i repor'J yesterday in any of the markets, with the exception thai spot quota tions In New Yorweie rvl-eiion grades below mid dlPig. and advance l 1-lric; lutures weie at a decline of fo irtosevt-n polnN.itnd arrivals In Liverpool 1-H2d cheaper. Our m..rKet continued linn, with a good demand ini scant offerlius. The light spick of cotton on hand unsold is a sufliolent cause for the light sales. Quotations were unchanged, as follows: Cotton Exrhsace lmotatlon. Standard International Claxtifbcatvm. iCTfrntav. Day before. Ordinary & f. Wood ordinary rJlOts aiOts Low middling 0 10s glO Middling iS tiood middling..' rlln f?ll Middling fair fl2'(i S121 Kal r (t 1 28 S 1 28 Htalns loan 10-au- M irket firm. "Llgbt offerinss. Sales 100 bales, all to spinner. Cotton Htatensent. Corroif Kxchakob. August 0. fitock September 1. 1877 5,292 Received lo-dar 101 KeCilved prerieusly 411,104 411,20.) Shipped to-day Uhlpped previously 41,4!7 414,785 414,785 Block (running a .-count) IMPORTS. Total Thus far this wee Thus far last week Since September 1st 1.711 101 704 140 ...411.205 EXPORTS. Total Thus far this week V14 Thus far last week 512 Since September 1st 414, 180 The New York ItulUtin.ot Wednesday, reported: 'Operator for a rt retain the advantage without much difficulty, and form the old base of a steady shrinkage In ihe amount or coibm available, caus ing a continuous covering, as ti e shorts' give up the contest as hopeless, while a great many, on the ex clteinmt of the current buoyancy, venture In as pur chasers for the chances of a margin on a quick turn. The caole brings the reopening of the Liverpool market, with a tone more or less in sympathy with toe situation here, but allonllng nothing lu the way of an actual stimulus, while the private account from abroad are hf no means encouraging. At the close the evidences f m.xietr on the part of buyers were less freipien , and tue market did not appear t have so much spirit, tuougu without positive reac tion. The actual count of (ock of co.t' n in New York on Mitwdiy evening August 'M, showed the totil amount on hand to lie 71.520 bales, 01 which P ."L'7 bales Is sold for spinning." ifl" TKLKGK M'. The following were jAierday's reports of theein dltlou of the domestic uiarneui as received by tbe cotton exensnge: f'.Jf of Mtrkrl. Prt.v. ilidiUini). TtrntiiM. lvV'lit. ialveston New Orleans. . . Mobile havauntth Charlexton. Wilmington Norfolk Baltimore New York Boston. Klrm. CUlet. VUlet. Sl-ady. 14:1 :l 1H I'M t's 1- i:t 2 2 1 M2. 1- Inn. OnleL I Urm. Steady. firm. Pi mi 2.i! Pbllalelphl. 1 1 1 1 lie loiiiming uieiuc.'- ivi, tit -vi c . ic-t.ita for yesterday: ordlnarv. I0L4C; pool ollnary, lltwc; lowuilildling.il 11-HW-; middling. 12c; good mid dling. 1214c. At 10::iO, easy, 12:20. quiet and steadv; 2:21. steady-general revision of quotations. Sales". 1 4:1.1 bales. The following are th closing rales In New York iature or yeitermy 'in oa oeiore neurit. Yctrruty. iiy January Kebmary March . . April May June July August September. . . tlctober November . . . lieceiiitier . . . 11.1'?11.14 I 1 . 1 7'? I 1 . 1 '. 11.24? 11. 2't il.:i2'?ll :io II H'.if? 11.40 11.4"(r 11.4 ? 1 1 7 rU 11. .11 71 1.55 ll.:ili?lt.:i; ll.ll'rll.14 Il.WMl.l I 11.17r711.1S 11.22r7ll.24 11.2W7I l o I 1 l.:l7r?ll.40 1 1.451 1.47 11.51(711.55 r? ll.W4r71l.H5 H.H2r?lI.fW ll.:is(7ll.:iu ll.1Srrll.ltt ll.lrtr? 11.1J Tone of the marget at 10:05. weak and three, iiur andjilve oliits points lower; 10:5."J, slightly bet ter; 12:;to. steadier: 1 J5. quiet; 2:52. Iare!y steady; y:!2. qui t and steady. Sal-s. 27.INX1 bales. New Orleans closed firm at li:;.etor middling. Sales. 150 bales; rc li'Ls. M l. 1 4 1 bales; gross, 14:1 bales; no exports, st's.k, 2'.'10 biles. Week's sales ltMMibsles; receipts, net. tl h bale; gross, :1H bales; exMrt to Ureat Britain, 220rt bales; coastwise, 1 SK bales. Y'cterday's Liverpool telignims reported tbe mar ket dull and eisler; middling uplands. rvVid; Or leans, rtitd. Siles, h.OOO bales. Kecelpts, l50 bwles. 1250 American. LIverixH.I arrimli ope e.1 1-S2I ch'sjier: August- Se pie riiter, rt 17-H2d; Sepiember-October. rt tt-lrtrrrt 17-:i'.d; Oi-tober-November, rt 7-lrtd. At 2 :) o'clock: November-December, H ll-32d. Thrt movetueut at the ports was reported a fol lows: 7711 Wetk. Isut Week. 1 This Week Laxt Tear. Bec'ls since Prtday F.xp'U to ii. Britain Kxp'tstoContlnent gUMk 3,4.-JrJ, 7,rtl5i 2.4IH); tW.tUO; 3,:i77 tt,l9l 82.908,' 2.040 2. rt02 3. H1S 154.64tS Selling. 8-e:w 37 f?38 4'-?4o 70 r?75 - 75 if 75 erSO 70-r? rrKO r?rt9 38- f?40 trioi- t3 c?t5 a 7- 95 12 New York weekly statement for Uie week ending August Hth: Net receipts at all United Slates ports. :t.i00 Same week lat year . . 2. 1 00 Total reli 4s at all V. S. ports to date. . 4.22rt.oHl Same date last year :t.l:7. ") Kxports f mm all I . S. ports for the week IO.OiSI Same wek last year rt.lssi Total exports from U. S. -orU to date .. :i.:i07.ooO Same date last year :t,0OK.OO0 flock at all I". S. ports ri4.ll Same time last year l,rto7.iHH SUxkatall Interior towns 4.4N Same lime last year 1I .nh .-Kick at Liverpool VW.IMNI Same time last year KIK.INMI Stuck of American afloat for it- HrlUIn . ;i !.!") Same lime last year 2s,inj0 HEN ERA L TRADE. Tbe Ohio river packet Cons Millar arrived yesterday, but at too late an hour for Its cargo to affect the market. The weather continued hot, and the produce business was. pj some extent, renderrd dull by Its scorching force. m was In light de mnnd. with few offerings; no landing sales reported. Ain were qi.let and In light Inquiry; last sales of Ohio were at H4l?c. limn was In fair deman-1 at a siutbt advance. "2 car-loads wheat bran sold at 8 1 2 50 per ton. !; the cemand for choice tlmo th is g o.; sale of a small lot or two of quarter-bale timothy at $14. and acar-load ar prairie hay at 5jI. roiJ remained quiet at $2 from mill; none arrlvel by the Millar. tUtur the stock was light with good demand, and prices were adanced 25c per brl on all grades, as follows: extra. S2 7.1-75; family, 8-1 250' 5 SO: fancy. $5 7".7rt, according to brand. 7rr.r were scare) and uncbaiiged; offering (MkvrSl a barr,l measure, looe; in shVpli'g order sell at 51 25 for Tennessee; tl. lxiuis SI 2-1l 40. fhiunu, scarce at$l 5()r?2. C-ib twr, s4a 4 50 a crate. .4. '; were not plentiful; choice, 91 75?2; Louisville, S2 nO; for loose, Slr'l 25 a barrel measure, ll-irtlrtt peirs, 50c a third-bushel box. tuictm. 25('40c a box. Kw.l were weaker, with a well suptilled market and light demand : sa les were made at 20 to ijje. L hi'-urn were droopy; the supi ly was fair and the demand only moderate, SI 50rf 2 75; extra One hens occa sionally sold at 3. C'oMkw in light supply and fair demand; northern sold at 84 per crate. Hotter. Hit 10c for common; good country. 12(7 14c; choice western, lrtal7c. ItriedL ainte. 4?5c; peaches, 4rr 5c Leintm were In good demand at lower rates. SI lr? 1 1 50 per box. Oranqrx, Sit a box. Htnckpea. gl 15 a bushel. White Heam. 81 50a 2 a bushel. Millet need, $1 50 a bushel. Litne Alabama, SI a barrel; loose, rt.1c a barrel measure. Vrvnxvmx clear side pork, 7c; clear rib. rtTxc; mess pork, SI 1 50r? 1 1 75 per barrel; small orders are charged a little above these rates; packed. 14c higher. B-icim packed, clear sides, iic; clear rib, 71-gc; shoulders, riUc BreUcixt H-ieun, Mta'.ic Hatnx canvased and packed, 1 Hj ai2",sc Xanf-tleics lard, tvsc; half barrels, VH6c; kegs, nie; palls, 104c; hall palls, 10Uc Merrhaats' Wholesale) CMla Prices. Chamber of Commerce Official Statement. FUmr. Firm; superfine, SM 5053 75: double', extra. S4r?4 25; treble extra, S4 75a5; choice I ramliy. . 25a 5 fo; fancy, sorrt 20. com ment. Oulet; kiln-dried. S2 50 per barrel. Oorn. -Fair demand; mixed. 50r?5lc; white, 50r751c; eir. 50i?51c per bilsbel; llwa higher from store. Steady, stock light; mixed, HHQ 40c; white, 4tc Brat. Steady and firm, 70rt75c Htu-steady, toca Hitht; choice western, $16(217; prairie, nominally, Ssr?" 50: mixed, $13(7 14. Bulk Print Nominal. Bacm. (Loose.) Higher; shoul ders HUc; clear rib sides. TQUy, clear sides, 7g r?7S4: breakfast.tlrTHl's; sugar cured hams, canvased, 1 1 Vr7 1 21.2C. Jtf ess I'orlc -firm; mess pork.heavy.S 1 1 r71l 25. lard Kirm; In tierces. HteftySvc; half barrels, tie; In kegs, OffiHUe: palls 20 lb., i4r7 tt,e; palls. 10 lb.. H4r7 10c. Btding IStuffx.Tltm: agglng, flax, 2 to 24 lb, Utir? lOVac; bagging. Jute, 2 U 2W lb, HVtQlllsc; baling twine, 10lfi lie: Iron ties, per bundle. S2 I0(f2 25. ilaekenl Half barrels. No. 1, 7 76r7S 25; half barrels. No. 2, Srt25r?rt 75; half barrels. No. H, Sri; kits. No. 1, 1 5.V71 Bn: kits. No. 2. SI 25r?l 40; kits. No. 3. 81 1031 25. Coffee. Higher; ordinary, lodlSlsc; fair. itttrlriMjc; good, 17r17lc; prime, 18r?lKl,icj choice, lV(72Jc; Java, 25c Ru-e. Scarce; ordinary to choice, 7li(28& Starch, Hl3(74c Whisky. SScrt $4. Sugar Luuixuina In hhds) Scarce; fully fair. He; 'prime, : 8I4C; choice, 8X40; yellow clar llied, ItUjc; white claillied,) P'.t-i; barreled, I4C high er. Sujar Brlinetl. Firm; refined A, per lb, Wft2 10c; crushed and powdered, 10&tr211c; granulated. Italic; cut loaf, llftllUc. Motaxxex. Common, 2sc; fair, ilOc; prime, axe; strictly prime, 40r?41c; choice, 45e; half brls, 5c higher. Syrupx. Com mon to fancy, :5(7tl5c. Salt. -Coarse and common One. per brl. SI H5; dally In brls, SI 50; Liverpool, coarse, sacks, SI 25; Liverpool line, facks, SI 40(7 1 50. p. Hesln and German. 41,2(7 rllic; Lat tlng's Dixie, 4lsc: Lattlng's laundry, 5tc; Lat tliu'8 (ierman, rtc; Lattlng's retlned oil, H'-jC. ;-die-. Boxes, lull weight, i:jc; half boxes, 13V2C; quarter boxes, 14c Lime. I 05(7 1 5. Cement. Louisville, S'2 25; Bosedale, S2 7.1. Exculeut and Fruits. Apples, nominally, per brl, $223; lem ons, per box, S12 50(13; potatoes, new. per brl, SI 2.T1 40; cabbage, per crate. S-')74 50; onions. SI 50(21 75; beans, per bushel, SI 5022; dried apples, 2(7 4c; dried peaches, 2(4c. MinceWv nroux. Butter western table, choice, 15(7 18c; but ter, country, 10r715c; eggs, 121(7 5c: nails, per keg, 82 35; vinegar, per gallon. 18(725; to bacco, per 10, 43r?90c; snioe, lse; pepper.lrtc; sar dines, SI 4: oysters (light), 1 lb, 55(7 HOc; oysters (lights 2 lb, Slr?l 10; coal-oil, 17c; matches, Sri 257 rt 50; cotton rnpe, Iric; grass rope, llr 121-jc; powder, kegs, So 35; shot, pate:.t. 1 75; soda, kegs, 4c; soda, assorted, cases, n.Hc; cheese, nominal, 10c: new raisins. $2 15(22 25. BT TELEGRAPH. LOUISVILLE, August tt Flour firm; extra. S33 3 2.1; family, S3 5073 75; A 1. S4 25r74 50; fancy, S4 7555 25. Wheat demand fair and market ftrra; red, i0c; amber and while. Sine. Corn firm; white. 27c; alxed, 25c-quotatlons for new, no old in market bye quiet, 55c Hay nominal. Provisions In good demand and excited with an ad vancing lend ncy. Pork steady, Sll- Lard strong and higher; choice leaf, tierces, lc; choice leaf, kegs, 10c. Bulk meats stronger, 5Vg. rt.rt5(2rt W)c. Bacon stronger, rt. 7.15r?7.40c Hams sugar-cuied, 1214 a Vic Whisky firm, SI 04. CHICAtiO. Augut Flour strong; western ex tras, S5(2 50; winter extras, S4 50r 5 50. Wheat strong, hUher and unsettled; No. 1 red winter, SI 02; No. 2 red winter, SI cash August, and Sep- active, and a shade higher, steady and Ann: H!ti cash, 30c August. 3yi(jj September; rejected, 38lt.(7 38I4C Pals active, firm and higher; 22ijc cash, 2214c Augurt, 22Vfo September. Pork unsettled, oeued strong and higher, and closed at Inside prices; $10 50 cash. $10 50(210 55 September, $10 rtO October. Lard in good demand, and prices a shade higher; 7-H7lS(77.70c cash, 7 .1'lVs'lTe September, 7.72tc October. Bulk meat steady, with a fair demand. Whisky steady, SI 0.1. ST. I.OUI3, August fl. Flour excited and higher; double extra fail. $4 10r?4 35; treble extra tall, 84 40r24 55; family, 84 55r74 70. Wheat de mand active and prices have advanced 2r?3c; No. 2 red fall. -l(?H4c cash. H2ta(7!i3i4C August, 94t(7 9514c September; No. 8 rej fall. HOc cash Corn higher and active, especially white mixed; No. 2 mixed, 35i4r735i&c bid cash, 3rt:t4e September: white mixed 37 '4r?3iiU3 cash Oats inactive and lower; No. 2. 22i4(72l:ltc cash; 21c bid Septem ber. Rye Inactive; 49c bid cash, 5ol-e bid Septem ber Whisky steady, $1 05. Pork quiet, 811 10(7; 11 121 j. Lard higher; winter sold last evening Ht 8c. isulk meats strong and higher, 53j). rlljatiajjc here; sales of clear ribs and clear at Troy, Kansas, at 0I4C and clear ribs at Cedar Baplds, Iowa, at rt.3rc, last hsif of September. Bacon stronger, 5m. 7r27i, 7.30(273wc Hogs dull and prices a shade lower; Yor-ers and Baltlniores, $4 1034 85; re ceipts, 8rto0 bead. N EW OR I. BANS, August 9. -Flour steady and firm ; superfine, $3; double extra, S3 50; treble extra, S t 75(74 50; high grades, $4 75(75 50. Corn demand fair and mirket firm; white, BoSotic Oats la fair demand, but at lower rates; 37i?40c Corn meal dull, S2 50. Hay scarce and firm; prime. $15; choice, $16. Pork scarce and firm, Sll 75(712. Lard In good demand: tierce, 8i7Hc; ke, 8lfe(78Vtc Bulk meats scarce and firm; shoulders held at 014c Bacon in good demand at full prices: shoulders, mc; clear rib, '7VSc; clear, 7&4C Hams fairly aci ve and a shade higher; sugar-cured, 11(71 Uc. aslns ze. Whisky steady; western rectified, 81 07 r?l 08. Coffee quiet; Jobbing, ordinary to prime, 14t4r?18o, gold Sugar quiet; lobbing, good com mon, 7Mc; g' od fair to fully fair, 744a8i4c; prime, St-jc; yellow claritled. iU(29i4C Molasses dull and romlnal. fair, 25(2 28c; prime to choice, 80(2 42c Rice quiet; fair to pi line, rtr?7ic. Bran In fair de mand, but at lower rates, ttHgc. NEW YORK, August 9. Flour active and firm; western superfine, $3 rt0(74; common to good extra, 84 0.1(24 30; St. Louis, good to choice, $4r77. Rye flour steady. Commeal quiet but Urm. Wheat winter unsettled, closing heavy; spring a shade firmer, but qu et; ungraded winter red, 81 03r2 1 10; No. 2 winter red, $109(21 11; steamer, 8102(2 108. Re flrm;western, ri3(?rific. Barley nominal. Malt steady; Cansca, 17c. Com a shade firmer, do ing heavy; ungraded. 45(749e; No. 3, 4HVa(7 4'iitc; steamer. 47(2 4Xc. Oats In fairdemand and a shade firmer; rejected, 30c; No. 3, 31u31i4C. Hops steai ; western, 7 17 10c Coffee firm, t-ugar active, but a shade lower; fair to good retitiing, 7 l-lrt(27 5-lrtc Molasses quiet Ric- in fairde mand ad steady. Pork firmer but quiet; mess pork, 8IU 7ot211. Beef steady; hams, western. 2Hac Bulk meats steady; beef hams, in pickle. 12c; shoul ders, 5&4C. Middles quiet but firm; western long clear middles, rt4C Lard firmer but less active; prime steam, 7.75c Butter firm; western, tf(723c. Cheese quiet ; western, 527lc Whisky nominal, 81 Oritaal 07. CINCINNATI. August p. Flour stronger: family. $4 20. Wheat active, and a shade hither; choice white, $1; amber, 97c; No. 2 red winter. Hoc. corn easier; No. 2 mixed, 43c Oats quiet but firm; old, 2ur231c: new, 25r227c. Rye In good demand at full prices, 64(1 55c. Barley demand active and Juices hlghei; choice fa'I beld at SI 25; No. 2 fall, (1. Whisky steady, with a good demand, $1 04. Provisions strong. Pork dull; held at SI 1. Lard- current make held at 7.rtOc, 7.5Fc bid; kettle, 8l4(? 8lc Bulk meats strong; shoulders, 5Vc; sates, 11)0.000 poHnos, 5 80c, buyer August: bulk short rib wanted, rt.55c: sales, 1 00.000 pounds at interior points at tufcc; sales here. 100,000 pounds at rt oiic, buyer August: rt.Siic was bid buyer September: bulk short clear held at tVMc; sales last evening, 7.1,000 pounds at rt.57c Bacon strong; shoulders, rtc; short rib, opened at 7c and closed at 7ic; short clear advanced to 7s(?7tc Butter steaoy; fancy creamery .2 15m(723c: western reserve. 12314c: cen tral Ohio, 1 2(7 13c. Cheese steady, with a good de mand, k.vjc. ggs in iair demand, 1 ic sugar quiet. 10?10Ue; A will to. 98(2940. Hogs steady and firm; common. S3 2.1(24 15; receipts, 1100 neau; soipmeuis, j,u neau. 1)K HOODS. Bi TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. August 9 Package trade In nrtnU. dress goods audg tigbams fairly active. Cotton goods in steauy uemanu ana nrm.witn an advancing ten dency. Shawls and skirts rauier more active, and hosiery, underwear and fancy knit woolens in steady request, j-ancy casslmeres and overcoatings quiet, but worsted coatings and repellanls In fair demand. i-oiisuaie oieacuea shirtings advanced 14c Clear the U sr For the escape from the systeiu of its waste and de bris, which, U retained, would vitiate the bodily fluids and overthrow health. That Important chan el of exit, tbe bowels, may be kept permanently free from obstructions by using the non-griping, gently acting and agreeable cathartic Hosteller's btomacn Bitters, which not only liberates Impuri ties, but Invigorates the lining of the Intestinal ca nal when weakened by constipation or the unwise use of violent purgatives. The stomach, liver and urinary organs are likewise reinforced and aroused to health ru I action by this beneiluent tonic and o r recttve, and every organ, fiber, muscle and nerve ex perience a share of lis Invigorating Influence. Un objectionable in flavor, a most genial and wholesome medicinal stimulant, and owing lis efficacy to bo- uuuc sources exclusively, 11 is me remedy best adapted to household use on account of its safety, vtiue scope auu speeuy action. THS FAMOUS 3IIHHIMttOI MPKIXO WATER, Which for nearly half 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 MISSISQUOI8PRIN(i5, VrankJln county, Vermont KIVEK NEWS. tt rather mad stiver. Tbe t.ibU and dispatcher lnow (five ofh dal part' -nlars concerning tbe weather and rivers: Orric Si'isiL Service Owe. V. 8. A., t M km phis. August V. IHlS. I Above low water. Changes. Rise I Fa'.l Feet, inches Inches Inches Cairo 17 7 4 Cincinnati 13 2 2 Davenport 4 J Dubuque. 5 r) 1 Helena. Ark. Keokuk 5 8 2 Leavenworth 11 10 1 Little Hock Louisville 8 3 lirmiihln .. IX 7 ... Nashville 2 rt 1 New Orleans 10 4 Pittsburg 4 1 10 Shreveport. 1.1 11 1 St. Louis. 17 8 4 Vlcksburg. 22 2 2 Below high water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. Time. Bar. her Wind. ; Weather. 7:00 a m. 2tt.W 82 8 W. ' Fair. 2:00 p.m. 2H.87 P3 S.W. 1 Clear. HKX) p.m. 2H.K7 85 S.W. ! Cleer. Maximum thermometer, 95 deg. Minimum tuermometer, 7rt deg. W. M'ELROY. Slg. Serg t U. S A, BY TELEGRAPH. PITTSBURG. August 9 River 4 feet 11 lncbes,and rising. Weather fair and warm. LOUISVILLE, August 9. Weather cloudy and warm. River stationary, with rt feet 1 1 Inches In tbe canal. VICKSBURG, August 9. Weather clear. Ther mometer 99 deg. River risen 2 Inches. Arrived: Belle Memphis. 5 p.m. NEW ORLEANS, August 9. Weaiur clear. Thermometer 92 deg. Arrived : Golden Rule, c'. natl; Centennial, St. Louis. So departures. EVANSV1LLE, August 9. Weather cloudy since noon, with violent wind and rain. Maximum ther mometer 94 deg. River 8 5-10 feet, and rising slowly. CINCINNATI, August 9. Weather clear and warm. River falling Night River 18 feet 1 1 Inches, and fallng. Weather clear and very warm. Arrived: Golden Crown, New Orleans. CAIRO, August 9. Weather clear and hot Ar rived: City of Alton, St Louis, noon; John A. Seud der. New Orleans, noon. Departed: John A. Scud der. St Louis, noon; she did not land... Night River 17 feet 7 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy. Maximum thermometer 94 deg. Departed: City of Alton, New Orleans, 5 p.m. ST. LOUIS, August 9. Weather cloudy and very warm. J nermomet-r W4 degrees at ii p.m. Kiver fallen 3 Inches, and Is now 1 7 feet 8 Inches above low-water mark. Arrived: City of Vlcksburg, Vlcks burg. A heavy rain-storm, with the heaviest tnun der and lightning of til - season, passed over this city to-night, which, however, did not cool the at mosphere much. aioveuaentM at tbe Levee. ARRIVALS. Citv of Helena. Vlcksburg: Coahoma. Friars Point: Grand Tower, St Louis; Cons Millar, Cincinnati; Martin Speed, Arkansas river. DEPARTURES. City of Helena, St Louts; Coahoma, Friars Point; Grand Tower, Vlcksburg. IN PORT. Marl In Speed, Cons Millar. BOATS DUE. 7) wm -City of Alton. Up Ruth, Mark Twain, Phil Allln. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Cincinnati Cons Millar, William Tlchenor, master, nine a.m. White River Ruth, W. C. Harry, master, five p.m. Arkansas River Martin Speed, Eugene B. Smith, master, live p.m. St. Francis River Mark Twain, J. D. Randall, master, five p.m. Arkansas City Phil Allln. N. S. Green, master. five p.m. Nkw Orleans -City cl Alton. H. Bixby. master. five p.m. KKC-E1PTS. Marlln Speed 52 bales cotton. Coahoma 20 bales'cotton and a lot of sundries. Grand Tower 1899 brls flour and meal. 1950 sks grain, 130 bales hay, 150 rolls bagglog, 34 bxs cab bages, 200 palls lard, 60 csks bacon, 53 wet barrels, o4 pKgs sundries. Cons Millar 1871 sks ear corn. 595 sks bran. 304 sks oats, 20rt bils flour. 20 br.s meal. 208 pkgs furniture, 2.1 dog chains, 88 brls whisky, 25 brls vinegar, 450 rolls bagging, 54') pkgs wagon stuff, 700 pkgs hollow ware. 187 cook stoves. 170 bxs soap, 3000 pkgs miscellaneous freight Levee Parairrapna. Business fair yesterday. The City of Alton passes down for New Orleans at five o'clock this evening. Captain B xby commands. 1 no man. cautain w. v. Harry, sans lor w niie river as usual this evening, Billy Turney in the office. i ns aititudinous excellence 01 tne mercury yester day was about as much as the average blufbte cared toeu ure. The Port Eads and barges passed down from St. Lou s to New Orleans yesterday evening, without landing litre. rne rt. 1- rancis nver packet this evening is tne Mark Twain, with J. D. Randall In command, and Birdie Bann.Hii clerk. The Phil Allin. Cawaln Nat 3. Green, sails for Ar kansas City at the usual hour th s evening. John Gwathney is chief clerk. The Martin Speed. Cantata Smith, is the Arkansas river packet at the usual hour this evening. Jimmy Thompson Is chief clerk. The health authorities have given permission to the local packets to bring to the city seventeen bales of cotton which have been stored at Helena tbe past twelve days. if humanity were as true to the Great First Cau e as the mercury has been to the nineties the Dast sev eral days, ttere would be little work for evangelists to a worn USD. Tha Grand Tower. CaDtatn George Lenox, naased down for Vlcksbujg last evening, olscharglng here oz 1 2 packages 01 ireigm, ana aaaing a Pig 101 01 southern way freight. 1 ne quarantine omciais nave a twelve-pounder paro:-gun u ounted en barbette down at the Presi dent's Island station, as a gentle persuader In case any unplasantness should arise concerning the land ing 01 upward bound steamboats. 1 ne James u. Parker left Cincinnati Wednesday evening for Memphis, and consequently will be the Tuesday packet from Memphis to the Ohio. Charley Russell, her commander, and J. A. Lindsay, her cniei cierK, are ine presiuing geniuses 01 the Parker. Major Ed Crowell, the popular chief clerk of the White river mall steamer Ruth, leaves for Pittsburg by rail to-day to come out In the office of Captain Milt Ha'ry'8 new steamer Josle Harry. Billy Tnr ney will preside In the office of the Ruth for the present Captain Milt calls her the "Boss Boat," but her right name is the Josle Harry, after the amiable and accomplished wife of that popular white river skip per. He wrote us from Pittsburg about her yester day, saying she wou d be ready to start from there about the fourteenth Instant (next Wednesday. The Cons Millar got in from the Ohio a little late yesterday, but she had a good trip of freight all the same. She brought In about six hundred tons. The discharging of her crgo and taking on ber up river business has delayed her departure till nine o'clock this morning. So those whose business prevented them getting away from the city la t flight will have another excellent opportunity this morning. A letter from Colonel Joe D. Moore, her chief Faoer bulldozer, states that tbe James W. Gaff will leave Cincinnati to-day for Memphis, and returning, will leave Memphis next Friday, tbe sixteenth In stant. It Is needless for us to say a word In praise of the Gaff's superior accommodation ; they are too well known, and those who can do so will set next Friday as the day of departure on their summer tours, so as to enjoy tbe pleasant trip on the Gaff up the Ohio. A SRff THI.VG UNDEK THE BUN ! In Its effect Instantaneous. In Its colo ing poer roatchles?. In all its Ingr-wlents vegetable. In i s operation natural. In Its t eautlfylng results enduring. In its tendency preservative. In Its popularity unequaled. CKINTADOKO'M HAIR DYE Is pronounce I both by the World of Science and the World of Fashion, the finest Dreoaratlon ever Invented by art to rectify the sbort-conilngs of na ture, jnanuracturea oy J. cttiai alhjko. no. 93 Williams street. New York. Sold by all druggists Applied by all Hair Dressers. Rkt.iabi.k help for weak and nervous sufferers. Chronic, painful and prestrating diseases cured with out medicine. Pulvermacber's Electric Belts tbe grand dlslderatum. Avoid Imitations. Book and Journal, with particulars, mailed free. Address Pulvermacesr Galvanic Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. A CABU. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send a 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 Rev. Joseph T. InmaR. Station D. Bible House. New York. IXSIJK IXCJE. STURM & HIRSCH GEXJEKAJL Represent the following First-class Companies: Scottish Commercial Insurance Company, Anuria giUtUw.uuv, La Caisse (ienerale (French Ins. Corrn), ABHCIS ,.N1Q.VVV, American Central St. Louis, a ssr m v 4 ,wu St. Joseph F. and M. Ins. Co., st. Joseph, A BSC IB vav,uvv. Northern Insurance Com'y of New York, AIBris 9SU,WU, Facilities for placlne Specials, Country Stores and couon uins. Office 291 Main street,Up-stairs FOB SAJLJK. J. B. & W. A. Faires, DEALERS IN MULES & HORSES Bio. 55 Union atrt-et. Near PoBtofflce Me iphi8,Tena. a tanre assortment or tnocs always on nana. Everything guaranteed as represented, waen oUetted. ram Meiits ft KIlt !A. ICE, 37 Coar! Place, LOUISVILLE, KV., A nnUrtr Mtmtrd fcal Imllr qualified fbTicin and tt Ofcoat uocMfuL, as hta prmcuu wiii pror. Curei all forms of PRIVATE, CHRONIC And SEXUAL DIS EASES. , Spermatorrhea ana Impotency. uUivmall of vif-tba ia yoslh, aexv&i excessr ius idrwwrm. or otor causes, and producto mote o f I f4 kvwiBC 3e-t: N'errfrostHrms. Seminal Krat-in:, (Oigh fin inai by dreatuM. Dtmu f VifthL. Detective Mtt.ot. Phy a! r -(- P, in !! oq Face, Aversion t Socictv of 1-cmale O-.a'uoon of Idaa, IX9 of exum! Power. c.. mdva majTiAc imjfTii or unhmppT, are (boraujcbW and penua arctlj cured. SYPHIXj IS ruvtlJ cartd and -tm-lr eradiated from lU svu-in; OoSOrrhoa GLEET. Binctore, Orchitis, Harm, or Kui,.uj Piki and ouirT private diseaaea quirklv carod. It fc? aelf-vident thnt a pby aiciao w bo par rperial tueotka t a oprtaiu cUia of dUaasea, and treatiaf tbouaaadi aana mllj. acquire irrmt uuL Pbratdaas koovinvtbu factoftea reootnciend peranoa to Kit care. When t t Ineoaventent to ni the city for treatment. niMicioea can ba ae&t pcirateij aa'. aafaly by mn il or npresa any w her. Cures Gnarantoed in nil Cases Qn d e r talc en CtuulLauou r.raonaI!r or br letter fre and Invited. Charge reav&ai& and corresponds noe atncUj eon&da&Ual. PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of 100 narca, aent to any address, aecarelj sealed, for thwtf cents. Should be read bv ali. Addreaa as abova. Roa hour froiu 9 A. M. te- n P. W. Bundava toi ALL forms of Kidney and Urinary Diseases. Patn9 In tbe Back, Sides and Loins, are positively cured by Grant's Remedy ! Its effects are truly marvelous In Dropsy, Gravel, Brlgnt's Disease, seminal Losses, Leucorrncea ana lost vigor, no matter of how long stai'dlng the ca?e mar be. rjosltlve relief Is bad In from one to three days. Do not despair, besbate or doubt, for it Is really a specific and never raits. 11 is purely a vege table preparation; by lis timely use thousands of cases that have been considered Incurable by the most eminent physicians have been permanently cured by It. It Is also Indorsed by the regular Phy sicians and Medical Societies throughout the coun try. Sold In bottles at Two Dollars each, or three bottles, which Is enough to cure the most aggravated case, sent to any address on receiptor ivk Dol lars. Small trial bottles One Dollar each. All orders to be addressed to Grant's Remedy Manufactur'g Co 554 Main St.. Worcester. Mass. 0 HAVE GOOD HEALTH THE LIVKB MUST BK KEPT IN ORDER, rtDrV J. miDBuril iO b. CtwaTIMTiCI. B SCKHUMCrlt. ! SUMMEB COHPUKa 2 BILI0USNES8.S FOR DISEASES OF? 4DYSPEPS1A.5 LIVER STOMACH Jt BOWELS COMPLEXIOtS ' VQ"- v a- or Parhph'Cis atUlrrs Dr. Sanford. New Yt M A victim of vonthful fmrnndence. cansintr nremature decay, nervous debility, eta, having tried in vain every known remedy, has fonnd a simple self cnr, which he will send fbkb to his fallow sufferers. Address J. H. KEEVIS, 43 Chatham Ht., ti. TT. Quinine and Arsenic Form the basis of many of the Ague remedies In the market, and are the last resort ef physicians and people who know no better medicine to emplo for this distressing complaint. The effects of either of these drugs are destructive to the system, pro ducing headache, intestinal disorders, vertigo, diz ziness, ringing of the ears, and depression of the constitutional health. Atkr's Agub Curb Is a veg etable discovery, containing neither quinine, arsenic, nor any deleterious ingredient, and Is an infallible and rapid cure for any form of Fever and Ague. It s effects are permanent and certain, and no Injury can result from its use. Besides being a positive cure for Fever and Ague In all its forms, it Is also a surai lor remedy for Liver Complaints. It Is an ex cellent tonic and preventive, as well as cure, of all complaints peculiar to malailous, maisby and mi asmatio districts. It acts directly on the Liver and biliary appartus, thus stimulating the system to a vigorous, healthy condition. For Sauk by all Dbalkrs. NO CURE-NO FEE! Ir.A.tt. Private JtOftDl- (nl s l&T Et Wafliineton atreet, Chfcaoo f tlie , nre of" AI Pik-.ite, Chronic jind Srial Dw.v, Ktnlnnl WvuknefM TVfSvoua lK-liIllty, ami IahU Manhood, irmanently rured. I.V. O.i a frraduaie of the Rrfonn Sciiooi, anil u no Mercury; bac t!ie Ltrre-t practicein the Unittd States. LA PIES requiring treat ment with noine and boviL,r.-tll or write. Fverv convenienca lb. patient. Send Flftv Cents for MARKIAi CidltEI 7I po-e,; lloEtrated. MAKIMKIv I.AW1KS sod ewntleiien send Htv Cent for Sample of linl ber fiotxia and drrular ofimportant Information, bv estTesa. Consultation free and confidential. KelUbU (--., V .1 Itoa- CARRIAGE? I A R"o, or ncarlT 9110 pac, I uunterous enravinKii; r veHl. 9vrFt. which tbe mar. lied and those eontemla SEGRETSii I ting marriage ahould fconw. How te eure diseases. Kutid. Freds of Reeipes. Bent aeeurelr Sealed for 50 ,-eDt ( money or poatace stamps). Address C. A. Coiumu. 621 N. Fifth Street. St. Louis. Ho. TI1K BENT THK V H KAfKHT t The American Soft Capsule Company' PUHK CAPSTJLATED MEDICINES In Metallic Boxes. Full directions. Castor Oil, Codllver Oil 26c 'OH Turpentine, Bals. Capalba..2bc Oil of Cubebs with Copaiba. 50c uu male fern wnn aamata....vnc Finest OU of Sandalwood 91 tW ASX FOR THI AlCIBICAB "STAB" Trade Mark, and see yon get lt.da ror sate ny an tinicinsts II A I It BAJLSA9I. Parker's Hair Balsam is the Best and cleanest preparation, ever made for Restoring Gray Hair to its original color. It is entirely harmless, and tree 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 thosa 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 Lite when Gray, harsh and decaying. Sold by all Druggists. COTTON PBE8S. DISSOLUTION. Notice of Dissolution. THE firm of Cubbing, Gunn ft Fairan has this day dissolved by tbe voluntary retirement of John Cubbins. John Gunn and Wm. N. Fagan are alone authorized to settle tbe business of Cubbins, Gunn Fagan, and John Gunn Is authorized to settle the outstanding business of cubbins s uunn. JOHN CUBBINS. JOHN GUNN. July 15, 1878. WM. N. FAGAN. NEWFIBM. JOHN GUNN. WM. N. FAGAN. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart nership, under the Arm name of GUNN 4 FA- tATi, ior the purpose of carrying on the Foundry and Machine Baaineas, at the old stand of Cubbins ft Gunn, on Adams street Tbe patronage of the ctutomm of fjihhin. Gunn ft Fagan, and the public generally, Is respect- iuiiy Bunciiwu. dutLN uur. July 15, 1878. WM. N. FAGAN. OR STOP 1 READ iJJslJX. S g 5. 1 ? O B a. W'M -siiis n s 9- s &W P If I SfiLk 3 3 a 3 ri 9 s $ m SUM 31 Kit KFSOKT. LEFFINGWELL'S! At Hot Springs, Arkansas. I30PULAR BESORT FOR MEHPHI ANS-20 new and elegantly furnished rooms. Kept on the European plan, with ll tbe conv -iilenoes. Single and double rooms at from jej to S 1 0 per week, owing to location of room. Board at restaurant adjoining, from So lo 87 per week. Bailey Springs (EAR FIsOKFLCK). L ertlale County Alabama. ad-trip Tickets ! SO. WCo ' ondence solicited. ELLIS ft CO JORDAN KOCKBKIIH.K AI,I M ttprlnga, KoebbridK" tloonty, a. These delightful tiprlntrs 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 fll the modern conveniences for the most comfortable accommodations. The principal hotel, in addition to Parlors, Dining-room, Bll-rootn, etc., contains upward of one hundred chambers, all newly furnished, with pas and electric bells in each (the only summer resort In Virginia which has). There are also superb cottage accommodations. Post and telegraph offices in tbe 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 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 ft Co. 's and G. W. Jones ft Co.'s, Druggists, or address by letter JOS. N. WOODWARD, Manager, at the Springs. TO SOUTHERNERS. "A SENSIBLE SUMMER RESORT." Health, Comfort and Economy Combined. The Riverside Hotel And Pavilion. Cedar drove. STmrracanaett Bay, Near Providence, R. r. THIS popular Hotel is now open for the reception or permanent and transient guests Unusual facilities surround this favored spot, being In the chain of famous Summer Resorts al-.ng the coast of the world-renowned Narragansett Bay. Terms from 88 to $12 per week. Send for circu lar. J. . BREBN, Proprietor. DIAMONDS. FTC. LOYD & FRITZ 265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT Memphis, Tennessee. A LARGE LINE OF NEW GOODS! Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds and Silverware, French Clocks and Fancy Goods, JOBBERS OF AMERICAN CLOCKS 7llepairlne of Watches. Jewelry and Clnekst promptly attended to.Ff COTTON GINS. lira's Cms REDUCED! $3.00 PER. a-A"77 Payne's Eclipse Gin and Hnller $4 25 Horse-Powers 1 85 tST" Repairing at like low rates. rSJ B. W. Hickman. 666 Main street. DBAW1HU 5th Grand Distribution COMMONWEALTH Distribution Co. By authority of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, su pervisea by Hon. k. u. wrniersmim, n,x-irea., Gen' Is T. A. Harris and Geo. E. H. Gray, and other prominent citizens, will give their 5th Popular Draw ing In Public Library Hall, Louisville, Ky., on Monday, September 30, 1878. IfO SCALING! NO POSTPONEMENT! UNPARALLELED BUnEMIf. $115,400 IN CASH PRIZES! AND TICKETS ONLY W. READ THE LIST OF PRIZES Prize Prize Prize Prizes 81000 each 1 1 1 10 20 100 300 500 30,f00 10,000 5.000 10.O0O 10,000 10,000 15,000 10,000 10,000 2,700 1,800 U00 Prizes 600 each Prizes Prizes Prizes Prizes 100 each ISO each 20 each 10 each APPROXIMATION PHIZES. 1000 9 tt 9 Prizes 8300 each Prizes 200 each Prizes 100 each I960 $115,400 Whole Tickets. 82. Half Tickets, SI 27 Tickets, S50. 55 Tickets, SI 00. Remit by Postofllce Money Order. Registered Let er. Bank Draft or Express. Full list of drawing pub llsaed In Louisville Courier-Journal and New York Hm.M anil mnlliul In all HiilralJinirlaM Vnr Hftrnf oil U11V. luaiigu h; ail wimct u .v.v, . ... - . ... and Information address COMMONWEALTH DIS TRIBUTION CO., Ot T. J. COM M ERFOaD. bee y. Courier-Journal Buildings. Louisville, Ky.; or to No. 6 West Court street, Memphis. A8PLK1.UIU OPfOKTUSilTlf to Win a Fortune, Eighth Grand Distribution, 1 87S, t New Orleans, Taesdsy, Aucast 13th. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY CO. This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the Legislature of the State for Educational and t herita ble purposes In 1868, with a capital of $1 ,000,000, to which It has since added a reserve fund of $350, 000. Ita Krand Hlng-le Number lirl bation will take place menthly on the wend Tuesday. It never scales or postpones. Look at the following Distribution : CAPITAL. PRIZE, 30,000. 100,000 Tickets, at 2 each Half Tickets LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Capital Prize 1 Capital Prize 1 Capital Prize 2 Prizes Of 82500 5 Prizes of 1000 20 Prizes of 500 100 Prizes of 100 200 Prizes of 50 500 Prizes of 20 1000 Prizes of 10 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Approximation Prizes of S80O 9 Approximation Prizes of 200 9 Approximation Prizes of 1 00 ..si. S30.000 10,000 5,000 5,000 , 5,000 , 10,000 10,000 . 10.000 10.H00 10, ,000 2,700 1,800 900 1857 Prizes, amounting to S110.400 Responsible corresponding agents wanted at all prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation will be paid. Application for rates to clubs should only be made to the Home Office In New Orleans. Write, clearly stating full address, frv further In formation or send orders to 91. A. 1AUPII1X, P. O. Vox . New Orleans Ia..or at No. 6 West Court St., Memphis, Tenn. All our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are under the supervision and management of uknkrax (i. T. BEAUREUARD and JUBAL A. EARLY Royal Havana Lottery EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING OF Septem'r.4, X070. Oolr 1M.OOO Tlekets 8141 Prixen Amountiuc to (apanlnh) l,350,Ui0. Capital Prize of 8500,000 Two Prizes, each of 100,000 Oae Prize of 50,000 one Prize of , 25,000 Two Prizes, each of IO.oOO Eluht Prizes, each of 5,000 298 Prizes, each of 1.0O0 Whole Tickets. ?75: Haifa, $40; Quarters, 820; Tenths, 88; Twentieths, 84. Orders filled, prizes cashed, and general Informa tion furnished by jk. Jrl AMlC'll, Oecatar street, Sew Orleaaa, La. STOVES. AS THEY ARE SOLD V. I I II A WRITTEN GUARANTEE Do Quicker and Better Baking, j3e Bfore DnraUs and Lasting, Havre More Convepienooa, Use One -Third lios Fliol. ANU TO HE HADE WITH CBEATER EXPENSE AND CARE than anr other line or AtoTea In the world. Prices from $30 to $65. Fully Trimmed. Hold bj mow IntH laM Dealer cTrrykeir H. Welter & Co.,Agcnts Mem xTi 1 s. TKA3IN.Iiri. INMAJST LINE ROYAL HAIL MTEA3IEB8, NEW YORK to qUEEXSTOWIS and LIVERPOOL, Every Thursday or Saturday, (Tons. I Tons. Cittof Bkrlin 54l I CrrTOFBRD9Sirrj9,3775 Cttt of Richmond 4H07 i Crrr New Yokk. .850C Cittof CHKSTKR.....4.Hrt I Crrr of Pakis. ..3081 City of Monthkal...440 City Brookltn..2911 These magnlBoent steamers, built In watertight compartments, are among the strongest, largest and fastest on tbe Atlantic. The saloons are luxuriously furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whole width of the ship. The 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. Ladies' cabins and bathrooms, gentlemen's smok ing and bathrooms, barbers' shops, pianos, libra ries, etc, provided. For rates of passage and other Information, appj to JOHN DALE, Agent, 31 and 83 r? oadway, New York. Or to THOM. 9 FISHER. Emmet Bank. Memphis NOTICES. Stock Forfeited-Masonic Temple "T0TICE Is hereby given to all the stockholders JJ of the Masonic Temple of Memphis who are In arrears for stock subscribed, and who have not given notes not yet matured, or that will not mature previous to October 1. 1878, or where suit Is not yet pending, that unless the same Is p:ild bsfore October 1, 1878, the full amount or tbelr stock subscribed will be de clared i'ortelted to the Association. Py order of the Directors. DAVID P. HADDEN. President. A. J. Wheeler Secretary. M. I. JL,. STEWART, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOIt IN CHANCERY, OfficeNo. 177 Main Street, Memphis. WILL practice In the Courts or Law and Cbai ery in West Tennessee and North Misslsfe slppl, and give special attention to collections, eon vevanclng.of DR. M. J. ROSSEL. 56 East Court street, Memphis, OFFERS his services In the practice of Medicine, Obstetrics, and diseases of Women and Children. Jle EMPKOIALLV offer-i bin pervieea to married women whose health hna been Impaired by too frequent child bearing-. WHEAT! THE PLANTERS MILLS, SHORT THIRD ST., back of tbe Central Baptist Church, are now ready for business, and will pay highest cash price for wheat, and will grind or exchange for farmers. 1 HOMA8 BIRD. EIKEAHtfM. 47 La Snlle Street. Send Green Stamu fo? onr Mammoth IUtutrated Price List. l-TUe Pistol will be sent, without cartridges, postage paid, for S2 1 o. WATEll-PIPE Hvdrants, Street-Sisrinklers, Hose, New tots Just Receiv'd Will be sold and pnt op rheap. J-W- x BROWNE, 258 Second St.. opp. Court Squat e Gas-ripe,Sewer-Pipe, Drire- Wells, Bath tnbs riianrieliers, Pnmpa, etc. LrlEUlK(i. JNO. REID, BUILDER 326 Second Street. t98TAIRS A SPXCIaLT V. Katlmatee made foe ptnies ataTtng losaea by fire, m any work la my Uh t-1 5.3. S 5 2 i?KSS't!'t o M o o 8 1 3 -:f?l a. - S a g. UrlV J W H 2'' 4Mffr''uP S. I H fy ? s s-s S3 fcS&Al s 5? r3 tJr S.,r3PH"a?io. 'Us.oaai' EDUCATIONAL. Iflrs. Sylvan us Reed's BOARDING AND DAT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, Nos. 6 and 8 Kast n3d sL. New York. Bmpm October 1, 1878. t rench is the language of the school The collegiate course requires four years. Every provision Is afforded for the health and com fort, aa well as l be thorough education of pupils. Free Scholarship in Kentucky Military lrtfetitnte. I7M KTEKN for Kentucky and Southern States. For I Inlormatlon address promt tly, THE SUP'T. Farmdale, Ky. Inka Female Institute 1 1'KA, IMMI8M1PP1. VTlvXT session opens First Monday In September, L and continues forty weeks. Cheapness, com fort and thorough Instruction combined. Experi enced teachers engaged for every department. Terms Tuition, from 82 to 85 per month; Music, 85 per month : Board from S 1 0 to j 1 2 50 per month. For catalogue and further Information, apply to N. A. KLOURNOY. Al.. Principal. rre8byterial Male High School. FIRST-CLASS SCHOOL FOR BOYS Opens First Monday in September, 1878. and continue forty weeks; course full and thorough In all branches; Includes Double entry Beok-keeplng.Milltary Tactics, Military Discipline. Students wear uniform. Tui tion fr. m 2 to So per montb. Board from 810 to 812 50 per month. Send tor catalogue combining full particulars. J. C. PETTUS. M.A.tU. Ya.) I i.r, ,.,.,,. N. A. FLOUBNOY. A.M., f I rinclpals. PRESBYTEHIAN GRAMMAR AND HIGH SCHOOL. FOR YOUNG LADIES. Mlmm JESSY 91. HIGHER... .Prinrfpal. Hf- The exercises of this school will commence Monday, September 9, 1878. Catalogues, will full Information as to terms of tui tion, etc., can be had by addressing postal card, or upon application to J. L. WELLFORD, Treasurer, 273 Front street, Memphis. HIGH S GH OOL, ItEIiFORD COUXTY, VIRfJIMA. FOR young men and boys. Session begins Sep tember 15th. For catalogues containing In formation, address WILLIAM R. ABBOT, Principal, Bellevue, P. O. Refer to Gen. J. R. Williams. THE AKCHER IXSTITl'TE. TR3. ARCHER, late Principal of "Patapsco Fe LVi. male Institute," near Baltimore, has removed her school to Washington City. School duties re sumed September 26th. For circulars, address MRS. M. & ARCHER, eod 1401 Massachusetts ave., Washington. D. C. ST.AGNES ACADEMY The new building of St. Agnes Academy be ing In course of erection, tbe Sisters are hippy to announce to their patrons and the public thai they hope to be able to reopen school there during the second or third week of September. Until then, pupils from a distance can be accommodated at LaHalette Academy, where the school will, aa usual, commence on the First Monday of Mep t ember. St. Agnes Academy will be entirely re modeled, and provided with all the conveniences of modern buildings. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE, 282' ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. This In stitution affords ample means for a thor ough Classical. Scientific and Commercial Education. Terms, Payablk Qcaktkrlv. in advance. Board and tuition, per quarter, 2Va months.. 857 50 Washing and mending, " " ... 5 00 Day Stxtdknts. Higher classes, per quarter of 2tb months. . .81 8 00 Intermediate classes. " ... 13 00 Preparatory classes, " " ... 10 00 Primary class, " " ... 8 00 Music and Linear Drawing form extra charges. Studies wfll be resumed on Monday, September 2, 1878. For further particulars apply to BROTHER MAUBKLIAN. President Virginia Female Institute, STAUNTON. VIRGINIA. Bev. R. H. Phillips. Rector, assisted by a full corns of experienced officers. The 34th annual session win commence sept. 1 1 , 1 8 1 8. Bandings spacious, with gas and hot and cold water. Heated by steam. Extensive grounds. Patronage from lit states. School first-class. Terma reduced. Seven churches within three minutes walk. For catalogue address the Rector. "TNI VERS ITS OF VIRGINIA, Session begins on the First of October, and continues nine months. The Institution Is organized onthe elective sjstero, giving the student fren choice of studies, with full courses in the Schools of tho Aca demic Department and In the Schools of Law. Meu lcine. Engineerli g and Agriculture. For catalogue apply to the Secretary of tbe Faculty, P. O. Unlver Slly of Virginia. JaMES F. HARRISON, M.D., Chairman of the Faculiy. Cecelian College HARDIN COUNTY, KY. REDUCED TERMS. Board, etc. per 20 weeks, only 8t0. Send for catalogue. AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY. STAUNTON, VA. THE largest first-class Institution for Young La dles In Virginia, with an able corps of twenty five teachers. Opens the first Wednesday In Septem ber. 1878, and closes tbe first Wednesday In June, 1879. For catalogues, containing full partisulars, address MISS MARY J. BALDWIN, Principal, Staunton. Virginia. KENTUCKY Military Institute ESTABLISHED IN 1845. Six miles out of Frank fort, Ky. Most beautiful and bitbful loca tion, and superior methods of Government and In struction. Cl'culars of information sent by Major R. H. WlLDBERiiER (Commandant), Faimdale P. P., Kentucky. EDUCATE YonrDAlIGUTEBS NASHVILLE, TENN. YkB. WARD'S SEMINARY A first-class, "- non-sectarian and established school. The largest In the South and fourth In the U. S.; 42 grad uates this June; 18 teachers; 8 music teachers; 28 f itanos, organ, harp and guitar; French spoken; ca Isthenlc drill aally In new ball: health first care; weekly lectures by Vanderbllt Professors. A beauti ful city, fine churcbe and GENIAL CLIMATE. Grand four-story buildings. Moderate charges. Opens Its 14th year September 2d. For catalogue address DR. W. K. WARD. Batard Taylor says: " I take great pleasure In recommending to parents the Academy of Mr. S. C. Sbortlldge." Hon. Fernando Wood, a patron of the A'ademy, says : " I cheerfully consent to the use of my name as reference." Qrr-v PER QUARTER of 10 WEEKS, 8280 FOR D I yJ 40 weeks, 8HH4 for 52 weeks; lull charge for nicely furnished rooms, boarding, washing, gas, etc, etc, tuition, use of school-books and alt neces sary school expenses, at SHORTLIDGE'S, (Media Penna.), ACADEMY, for young Men and Boys NO EXTRA CHARGES. Ten teachers, all College Grad uates; One Harvard; Four Yale. Special attention to both advanced and backward pupils. Both individ ual and class Instruction. Recommended by Gov ernor Routt, Judge Van Hoesen, Professor Blauvelt, U. 8. Naval Academy; Richard J. Hlnton, Rev. Drs. Hill and Pea body, Harvard, etc, etc Address S WITHIN C. SHORTLIDGS (Harvard A.M.), Media, Penna. Media Is 12 miles froin Philadelphia; has seven churches and a Temperance Charter. TOBACCOS. HAYY Totaco Cbewimc for tti-ter of mwete'ttnf? ana morrng. w ever made. As our bine atrip trade-mark is clowly imitated on iuferlor fcoodi, M that Jaekmn BfM la ot every plnff. Sold by ail dealers. Send for aampl A. Jackson Jk Co- MfrcU Petrrsbanr. Established 1840. oty From Sparks. Engines with spark Arresting boilers, for Planters'use ; Stationary Engines & Boilers. Engines with EUREKA SECTIONAL BOILERS; S Horse Power, $150 4 Horse Power, 2M) Horse Power, 400 B. W. PAYNE & SONS, Corning, N. Y- LEGAL. In the matter of Jos. D. Sanls. Bankrupt. BY virtue of a general order of sale, given by the United Stales District Court for the Western District of Tennessee, I will sell, at public auction, on the serosal diy ef Ascast, 1N?M, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison sta ets, at 1 2 o'clock m., all ihe right, title and Interest the bank rupt had at the date of filing his petition In bank ruptcy In and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Seventy-seven acres, more or less, situated and lyli g In the county of Hardeman, State of Ten nessee, In c vll district No. 10. near the town of Saiiisbury, Tenn.. being on the line of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad and adjoining the property of Burrell Sauls, John W. Scotujand Wheatley Den nis. HERBERT BHETT Jyl2 wed-sat Assignee of Jos. D. Sanls. Administratrix 'otic?. TO all whom It may concern : HavliKauallfied as administratrix of the estate of tbeate Edward T. Freeman, of Shelby county, Tennessee, notice Is hereby given that all parties Indebted must come forward and settle; and those hiving claims asalnn said estate should present them, within the time prescribed by law, or they will te forever barred. Aug. o. 188- LIZZIE A. FREEMAN. Adm'l. Administrator'! Aotice. HAVING been appointed and qualified by tbe Probate Court of Shelby county administrator on the estate of Mrs. Susan B. Drury, deceased, no tlce Is hereby given that all poisons having claims against said estate shall present them to my attor ney, J. M. Gregory. 43t Madleon street; and those owing the estate will please call there and settle. JOHN A. LaFOBGS, Adin'r. j DlNt'ESSAltl'. IV: uisponsary, . ; ?H jMsvi IT!, r. : r . fc-.i-.-.r. i.nrs'.. l i. HI- Kit. I a a ri. N'.tNS IJ4lt j . t!()1 I'rS .N IK l u f . tu., in c Nil'liK K s H 1 I., f-rt.i -itrit c-tH. Pmrl -t r i.' is . -Ti .;- n- 4Af'mA4 !,! IH Hf I' . I. 1 . HOI 1 wr j 1 I vTUil Ml. rtf.iniu inu. lt Jilt U-'tf !. rv ' -ri: f,-r 60 in & rx- U (!.. . n l lONr l.;i T! L. Ouc Iwiin. v m. to I ( ft. ritt Tf-- ' let A f ti Coniniissioncr'K Sale of it pal t stale. No. 1847, R. D Chancery fourt of Slielb. countT B. P. Anuerson. Coininivst.iner of Kevenue, vs. W. Y. C Humes, trustee, et al. Pursuant to a decree tor sale ntered In the aU.xe stated cuise on l.'lih July. 1 87s. and recorded in minute bok 22. pge 20S, I will, vn Matardity, .larunt si4. 1HTH. wllhin legal himrs. In front or the coirtbous In the city ol Metiipul.s. m-A Ht public auction, t tbe liinL est bidder. forv.-(i. the followif.g ;ieT!bed real es tate, or so much thereof aa may b m-o s-ary to sat isfy said decree, to-wll: Apirt of lot o. 115. on the plan of the city of MeinohW. situated on the northwest corner of Main ami Jeffers n stnvts and bounded as follows: Beginning at Hie Intersection of tbe north side of Jefferson Mwl wlib the .est side of Malnstrett; tbence Ke.-tlth.Iefferoit street 21Vs feft to the inUluleofa dividing wall: tiienre north wltu said wall 47 feet; thence tajt piall-l 1lh Jefferson street 21ta feet to Main slrret; thence south with Main street 47 feet lo t!ie beginning. This August H. 1 878. B. P. AMkRo, Commissioner of Revenue No. 2278, R. I.-Cbaiieery Court of Shelby county B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, vs. S. W. Fowlkes et aL Pursuant to a decree for sale entered In the aboe stated cause on July 20. 1878. and recorded in minute-book 22, page 2tW, I will, on Saturday, Angnst 4. 1M7M. within legal hous. In front of the courthouse In the diy of Mempbts, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at public auction, tbe following described real es tate, or so mu-h thereof as may be neceK.ary to sat isfy said deciee, viz-. A part of lot No. 37 1 , on tbe plan of the city of Memphis, situated between Second and Third streets, and bounded as follows. Uvwti : Beginning at tne Intersection of the south side or Jefferson street with tbe east side of the center alley between recond and Third streets; running thence eastwardly with the south side of Jefferson utreet ln feet to a stake: thence southwardly 112 feet to a private alley; thence westwardly In a line parallel with Jefferson street 90 feet to Center alley ithe al ley first named); thence northwardly with ,vtst siJe of said alley 1 12 feet to the beginning point on Jef ferson street. This August 8. 1878. B. P. ANDERSON. Commissioner of Revenue. No. 1 1 54. N. R. D. (Seeo&d Chancery)-B. P. An derson. Commissioner of Revenue, vs. Julia F. R Winn et al. Pursuant lo a decree for Kile entered In Uie above stated cause In Chancery Court of Shelby county on Jnly i:i. 1878, and recorded In mlnute-bouk 22, page 20rt, I will, on Saturday, Aatii.t :4, IH7H, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, forca-h, the following real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, viz: Tbe south half of lot No. 414. on the pli-n of the city cf viem ph s. fronting 74M feet on Third street and running back east liSVi I eel, between parallel lines, to an alley. Also, the following parcel of ival estate In tbe city of Memphis to-wit: Parts of lots 110 and 1 1 1 on Main street, and bounded as follows, to-wit: Be ginning on the west side of Main street at tbe center of the partition wall between the two houses known as 267 and 2571a; thence south 20 feet 7 Inche t John M. Lea's line; tbence west with said line 14Ms feet to an alley; Lb nee north 20 feet 7 Inches to ihe center or said wall; thence east 1481 feet to the beginntng. Also, a tract of land lying In the 15tb district of Shelby county, near the city of Memphis, and bounded as follows: Beginning on the north side of the new Raleigh road, opposite Hill avenue; thence north 8W chains 50 links; tbence east 29 chains 10 links thence north 5 deg west 24 chains 50 links; tbence east 79 cba ns, m ire or less, to Wm. Kln caid's south corner; north 12lfe chains: east 20 chains; north 10 chains; west 75 chains; north 22Vg chain;; west I0L4 chains; south 1 1 14 chains; tbence down Woll river with Its meanderlngs to Pavne's northeast corner; thence south 7W44 chains to north side or the Raleigh road; thenoj east 1 deg south with said road 12ts chains to the beginning, con taining 450 actes. This August 3. 1878. B. P. ANDERSON. Commissioner of Revenue. No- 2830, R. !. Chancery Court of Shelby county B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, vs. Herman Koehler et aL Pursuant to a decree for sale entered In the above stated cause June 17, 1878, 1 will, on Saturday. Aaarneit 24. tS7H, within legal hours. In front of tbe cour house In the city of Memphis. sMl the following parcels of real estate, situated In Shelby county, or so much thereof as may be necessary to discbarge tbe taxes ana ccts adjudged against the same, viz: The east one acre of lot Ne. 48, In N. M. Trezevant's subdivision, on the north side of Central avenue, near the city of Memphis. Also, lot No. 5, In Warfleld's subdivision, near the city of Memphis, fronting 5 08 chains 0x1 Castilia avenue by 19 62Vs chains deep. Also, lots 4 and 5, in block 12, In Fort Pickering (being a part of the cl y of Memphis, formerly so called); said lots fronting each 24 feet on west side of Third street and running back 100 feet. Also, lots 22 and 23, In block No. 0, in Fort Pick ering. Also, lot No. 29. In block 6, in Fort PKkerlng, fronting 25 feet on south slue of Broadway by 1 1 ri feet deep. Also, a part of lot 6, In block 40, city of Memphis, being 00 feet by 50 feet on south side ot Pontotoc street, 54 feet west of Causey street and adjoining the bayou. Also, lot No. 9, In Euclid Borland's subdivision, fronting 60 feet on east side of Borland avenue by 170 feet dee?, being near the city of Memphis. Also, lots rt, 7, 8, tt. In block rlo. In Fort Pickering, being 180 feet on south side of Jackson street by ltKlta feet, and 45 teet east of Sixth street. This August 3. 1878. B. P. ANDERSON, Commissioner of Revenue. No. 2835, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby county B. P. Anderson, Commlsslaner of Revenue, vs. John Donovan et aL Pursuant to a decree for sale entered Ih this cause June 14. 1878, and recorded In minute-book 21, page 427, 1 win, on Saturday. Ang-nist 84. 17. within legal hours. In front of tbe couithouse In tbe city of Meonpnis. sell at puouc auction, to tne nifti est bidder, for cash, tne following real estate, lying in Sbelby county, or so much thereof as ma be nec essary to satisfy the amount decreed against each lot, viz: Lot No. 34 of E. P. Stewart's subdivision; also, lot 35 of said subdivision, fronting each 47 U feet on Chapln avenue by 150 feet deep; also, lot No. 44 of said E. P. StewaifS subdivision, fronting 3ri 7-10 feet on west side of the Hernando road by yl feet deep. This August 3,1878. B. P. ANDERSON, Commissioner of Revenue. No. 2820, R- D.-Chancery Court of Shelby county B. P. Anderson, CommiAsloner of Revenue, vs. W. B. Miller et al. Pursuant to a decree for sale entered In this cause June 18, 1878. and lecorded In minute book 21, page 437, 1 will, on Saturday. Aucuat 24, 1874, within legal hours. In front of the courthouse In the city of Memphis, sell tbe following described parcels of real estate, lying in Sbelby county, Tennessee, in or near tbe city of Memphis, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree, to-wit: Lot No. 28. of W. ti. Lane's subdivision, which froi is 50 feet on the west side of Monsarrat avenue and has a depth of I-I8I3 feet, and situated 150 feet south ot same avenue. Also, a parcel of land known as part of Huppert's subdivision of lota 14 and 16 ot tbe Winchester subdivision, fronting 50 feet on north side of Ba- s street by 150 feet deep, and lying 150 tastot the Jewish cemetery. Also, part of lot 2. In block 42. In that part of the city of Memphis formerly called South Memphis, fronting 3 7 Is feet on the west side of Avery street by tt8Vg feet deep, and being north of adjoining lot 3. This August 3. 1878. B. P. ANDERSON. au3 sat Commissioner of Revenue. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a certain trust deed executed to me January lrt, 1878, said deed being of record In book 122, page 16U, of tbe Register's office of Sbelby county, Tenn.; default having been made In payment of the notes secured by said deed, I will, on 31 on day, r4eptrBber . 1M7M, proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, lor cash, at the Courthouse door. In the city of Memphis, tbe follow ing described real estate. In Sbelby county, Tenn., viz: Being seventy-five feet of the northern part of tbe lot on the northwest comer of Hoeg and Waldran avenues, now owned by Mrs. Eliza P.Barnes, and convejed to her by Wm. H. Hoeg by deed regNtered In book 57. page 80, In tbe hegtster's office of Shelby county, Tenn.: Beginning nt a point one hundred and ninety-nine itet from the Intersection of the west side of Waldtan avenue with the north side of Hoeg avenue: thence running west and par allel with Hoeg avenue a distance of one hundred and seventy two feet; thence north and parallel with Waldran seventy-five feet; thence east and parallel with Hoeg avenue one hundred and seventy-two feet: thence south seventy five feet with the west side of Waldran avenue to the begl fining. Sale between hours ot 10 a m. and 12 m. Title believed to be good, but I convey as trustee only. Equity of redemption waived. C. w". ME TCALF, Trustee. CHAACEB1 SALES. Chancery Sale of Keal Estate. No. 2297- Chancery Court of Shelby county C. J Wlldberger, Adm'x of John Wlldberger, vs. Phoebe Melnrath et aL By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on tbe 3d day of July, 1878,1 will sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder. In front of tbe Clerk and Master's otflce. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn.,on Saturday. Auruet lO, IS?, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tenn., to-w!t: Commenc ing at the northeast corner of John Wlldbeigrr's 305-acre tract; running west to a slake on the Cow Island road; tbence south with said cow Island road to a stake; thence due east to a stake on the eastern boundary line ot said 3l 5 acre tract ; tbence north with said boundary line to the beginning, contain ing nine (9) acres, more or less, together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Terms ot Sale On a credit ol 12 months; pur chaser to execute note with approved security; lien retained to further secure the purchase money. Equity of redemption barred. This July 15, 18.8. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. Dabney M. Scales. SoL for compln't. Chancery Sale of Keal Estate. No. 1975 -Chancery Court of Shelby county Por ter, Taylor Ax Co. s. J. M. Williams et al. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 28th day ot Jui e, 1878, I will sell, at public auction, to the hlgbt bidder. In front of the clerk and master's c-fhoe, court house building, Main street, Memphis, Tt nu , on Saturday, Ancist 17, 1 HI within legal hours, the following described propetty, situated in Shel by county, Tennessee. t-w it : Known as part ot lot No. 10, In block 55: Beginning at a stake 52 feet west of tbe Intersection of the sot.lh line of Vance street with Uie west line ol Orleans S'reet; thence west HO feet; thence south wltu let tit's east line lot) feet to a 2t-foot alley; tbence east with the north line of said alley 30 feet; tbence nt rth 156 7-12 feet to the beginning. Terms of Sale Cash. Equity of redemption barred. July 18, 1878. S. A. COLE, r and M. Smith fc Collier, Sola, for eompl'iib