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THE MEMPHIS DAILY PPJBI-TH:iJJElSDA. JULY 17. 1879.
llAILtiO AD TIME-TABLES. Iialnvlll and AnuBvlUe and rea tsoatltera. LUVl Express, 1aly Mall, daily br.iwnnellli Acctmmodat'n da'.ly (eteert Sundays. . . 1 1 :20 P-m. 5. -00 P-m. 8:16 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 4:15 P.m- ""On Saturday, Express runs only u ai'aenzle, con Decting lor Nashville. ' ' ' EbaVbV aHKJVV. W Orleans .mil. .Sally.. . 8:10 p.m. 10:16 a.m. B-irdlsAwjinniodvKMi.ua!- (except juf"i;jB). 5KK) p.m. 8:45 a,m. 'itt iiod scouiiiinc't'n, d illy (h i"it S'lndnTB)... W.30 a.m. 4:130 P.m. . tMif avutt rJiaarleistou. ' UCAVX. AHR1VS. (City time) aiU At Express Train, delly 11:15 p.m. 11:40 a.m. tio a-uviile Accommodation J illy (except Sundays)... 5:00 P-m. 8-10 a. it. Slemtihta and Little Boett. Li A V It. aBRJVB. Mill Train, d.Uiy 6:10 p.m. 115 p.ro. Wt )lat, di;y except ami.). ji)t a.m. 5:05 p.m. PnHiifUti aw tmtht. " LXATB. AHKlVa. M'lUAP'iSr.jt'rrrain.dsily 4:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. A v iinmciminn train B:Hi am. 5:30 p.m. FlftANUlAL. The banks hail nothing to ruport yesterday. Tiie city is resumic its usual aspect at this time of the yer, and sensational . reports cease to disturb the public ca'ra, in accord ance with which tinuicial affairs malt into their usual summer lithurzy. The immense payments by the treasury tor called bond?, and the heavy disbursements of the various corporations tor interest and dividends fur nishes a large- supply of capital seeking in veslaier.t, a conHiderable part of which sem-t to be findait: me in the in-dd-trial enterprises. The New York Bulletin, of Monday, reports: "New York exchange was quoted to-day as follows at the places named: Savannah sel'inK, premium; liuyiu.-, !-g premium. - Charles ton buying- nominal, 316; sellingr . New Orleans cominerchtl, premium; b ink, 4 premium, bi. Louis, 2o premium.. Chicago weaker; 1-10 discount buying, and 1-10 pre mium selling." Boston, 9 tence discount. Ex change was quoted in our market: New York Biht, buying pni-, and selling f premium; all points in New England, demand par; Bight, discount, st Hing premium; New Orleans, 4 discount buying, and selling at par. Xilon-y b'H per cent. Shelby county scrip quoted HO Luyini.tf ! t sliiag. Mississippi and lennessee railwsy firat mortgage bonds, 115; second mortfc-due, 94; Memphis gas bond -i, 95. Unird States 4a, selling, ex-July dividend. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS July 1C Rentes, 82''. 72c. NEW ORLEANS, July 16. Sight ex change on New Yo k, premium; sterling exchange, bankers' bills, 4.37. LONDON, July 16. Consols for money, 97 15-16; Illinois Central, DO; Pennsylvania Central, 41; Heading, 19; Krie, 28; Erie preferred. 53 Mi r.e 6s, 101H ex-coupon . -109gs 4vl0l. - NEW ifORK, July 16. Money market easy at 2idii per cent. Prime mercantile Eaper, 34) per cent. Sterling exchange, ankers bill, wsnk at4Sr?4; sight exchange on New York, 4s?i4. Government bonds strong: coupons t 1M1, 104 r'; new 5s, 104; new 1056 ; new 4s, 101; currency 6i, itl. State securities dull; Tennessee G. old, 33,,-4'; Tenneewe 6t, new, SOHi Virginia 6s, old, 29; Virginia Gi, new, 30; Aiissauri Gi, 1QCH Railroad bonds were firm. Cleveland, Col umbus and lndinna Centtal firsts sold at 71 and seconds a'. 25. Ttie stock market was strong and higher; in the final dealings the highest prices of the day were current. The chief speculative iulerst was centered in the granger (shares, Lake Shore, the coal stocks and llanuib.il and St. Joseph. The advance in the last-named was 2 per cent, for com mon and 5a pep cent, lor preferred. The immediate cause ol tbi rise win a report that the company had notiiied the St. Louis, Kan sas City and Northern road that it would not be allowed to use the bridge at Kansas City while the Wabash was keeping up a war on passenger fares. This caui&d a covering of short contract, which assintcd the upward movement. The advance in the balance of the bit ranged from to lf.j per cent. Transactions, 12S.O00 nh;.reo, 14 000 of which were Erie, 20.0u0 Uke Shore, 29,000 North western common, 600'J preferred, 27,000 St. Paul common, 3000 Lick a wanna, 2G0O Michi gan C.'ntral, tMOO St. Jo common, 12.000 Western Union and 40GO Kunsns City and Northern. Tbo closing quotations were: Western Unioo tolograph, ha; (Juicksilver, 14: (Juicksilver preterred. 37: Pacitio Mail, 14; Mariposa, 103 farlpoBa preferred, 10;!); Adum express, 10G; Wells & Fargo's exprej9, 97; American express, 47; United States express. 47,'a! New fork Central, 18if; Erie, 27 s; Erie preferred, 52; IJarlem, 154; Michigan C -ntrnl, 1; Panama. 150; Union Puciti ; sck. 7G; Lme Shore, 76; Il linois Central, fcWj': Cleveland and Pittsburg, 99;'i ; North we.r.-n. N:irth western pre ferred, 91?; C'level in.1. ColumbusCincin nati and lodi inapolift, 51 : New Jersey Cen tral. 517u; lick IslKnd.-lSO.'j'; St. Paul,55Ji; St. Paul preleaed, 93,'i; Waur.f-b, 33;8 ; Fort Wayne, 109'i tiferea; Terre Haute, 110 offered; lVrr JLiu'e prrleried, 18)i; Chi cago and Alton, lTi iffried; Chicago and Alton preferred, 114; Ohio and Missis sippi, Io'b": Delaware, Lackiiwaiiiia and Western,' 58! offered; Atlantic and PaciHo telegraph, 3oi; Chi.ago, l-urlirgton and Quincy, 10M; llanaibal aud bt. Jx, iiJ5; fiannib.dand Sk. Joe preferred, 42; Cana da Soiitlwrn, 5j; St. Louii and Nishville, 55fi; Kansas and Pacific, 57; K-insas and Tex iv, 14; St. Lo lis and San Francisco, 8; St. Louis and San Francisco preferred, 10); St. Louis and Sin FrancidCO firsts pretorrod. 21,'i; St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern. 17; St. Louis, Kansas C'ty and Northern prHerrP-l, 47,'; Central Pa rilio bonds, 1 ()?); Union Pacific bond, 109r'B; Uriii'n I'uc.fic land grants, 113; Union Pacilio hiuking funds, H4Ji COTTON. The cotton telegrams y. wter.lay were with out interest and iep-r'.ed no change at the principal niarlft-U. In cur market there was uotbiug doin; tb ra.miog uceouct of btorei was liltlo ovi-t ;'.000 b.il. r, and that i mostly of low rnd mid in t ttlrf request. The New York JiulUtht, otMmday, reports: "Very little 10 the way c outHidw orders came to hand as there ii an ubsence j ast now of in ducements to free (.peculation, and the in-uket has to bn kept alive by the -ft Jits ot brokera and th regular at(ndance of room operutor woik ng trom t!av to day for quick turns. Uiop accounts continue etcDurag'ng, liu!. the htai i Liciil position on the present available supp'y is considered a? showing a uroDftlive ek-artU ot cotton, and this with constant ru : .t cf tsteady etl'ort to ship away a cootiidi-rabl i amount as it can be reached iu proper form induces a beltet that there will be no luitlicr iiaiuediate shrinUao on values." Catton Kritute Httlriaeiit. Xttttrdav. ijj lirfore. Ordlnnrr Uood (mim.... l ow ipUliUli! UidiillnjC Uuod uiid.llliit; ... rfl ('' frit ... ttll's ttlU ... oflis crll&fj ... Gll'-H r?ll".H ... iii2ii alii Market (jaut; tales unimportant. Cuttos KxeBAic. I Moafaitj. July 16, 1070. f jlifc'k on hand Soptmber 1, 1879... HM Bscslved lo-iay 1ft ttooolfod prTioaly iiiiii 'liJ.'I.'J? Shipped to-d:y Btilpad preriotivly.. 0S11 8rt.733 3;3J2Mj3.4Ji0 3 323 Stock, runumg aoo-junt Ttrnst ir thUwuAX Thus far last wi Blnoe tJoftcoier lat Mlsstsstppl and Tennsssee ra'lroad. PtOHinors Wagoiw and other souroea - Total IXP0UT9. rbas far this wek. Thaa Tar latt wK Blnoe Boptemir lat r.K 187 ..85,771 1 10 6 lrt .. 2.041 .. 705 ..883.410 Louisville, N!U-U7Ula and Qreat Southern B.U. HOI! fltMmHni north 87 B rail north 02 TOUI - 0S BY TELEGRAPH. J The following are tho latest telegrams of the domestic marwuts, as reported yesterday to the cjttm exchantre: LiUrtt ,f J'riC. TtUgrutnt. Urkit. Kre'pla. MiiUUing. Halfrston Q'llfL II Nw Orleans J il t 4l MoOUa.. N min i. 71 tiavanuah lmll. 48, Charlwinn bull. Irt WUrnliitfioiu Weaily N'orfoln jui'. 20 BuUtlmura dlittru'nt Hn ork K.iiny Briston. OnifU 107 Philadelphia .... jntt. 6 bt. Louis hteady. Aigii"t'i guift. 27 The following nre the New lork noot quo tations for yoaterday : Ordinary, 10;r,c; good ordinary, llc; lo middling, UXc; mid dling, 12 M6cs good middling, 12sc; mid dling fair, 13 5 16o. At 10:24, quiet and steady; 12:15, dull; 2:12, easy; 3;00, easy. Stoek, 113,539 bales. The following is the latest New York tele- gram ot iuturea: Uontht. Yeterday. jfav btfure, I0.0iai0.02 1 1.10311.12 11.22311.24 12.1 rtS 12. 17 12 21 12.2012.21 1 1 .34r 11.02rM1.03 10.W7rT10t8 January.... February . . . March July sottust September.. October...., November. . Deoember. . 10 8rtrf 10.87 10.H5f?10.7 11.08,711.12 12.02rt 12.0tf(? 12.07 12.0412.05 1.-H& 10.8Hi10 .HO 10K:tr?10.85 The tone t the tuturt marttet was as fol lows: At 10:10. weak; 10:58, barejy stf-ady; 11:30, quiet; 12:45, easy; 1:35, steady; 2:30, eacy; 3:14, steady. Sales, 63,000 bales. The New Orleans matket closed steady at IIJbC for middling, bales, 1300 bales; receipts, net, 40 bales. Stock, 12,535 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported cotton firmer; middling uplands, 6 13-16d; Orleans, 6d. Sales, 8000 bales. Receipts, 4200 bales; 1200 American. Liverpool futures opened with buyers offer ing 1 32J more; July and Julv-August, 6 25 32 J; August September. 6 27 32d; October-November, 6 19-321; September 000 ber, 6 29 32d. Closed with futures weak; July-Aapuat, 6Afd; August - September, 6 13 166 25-J2d; September October, 6 27 32 J: Oitcber-Novernber shipments, G 5 16 J; November-December, 6 9 32d. The movements at the ports were reported as follows: I TMi Lat I This Week - ' I Week. I Week. Lat Year. itee'ta olnoe Friday l,2tW a,2ilH 2,r:Jrt Exp'UtoG.Brltalu ,814 4,913 1.22H rip'UtcContlneot 83 1.24! 2,172 8lo.:k 156.1(57 178.0H2 138,a8fJ Total receiDts at all United States ports, 4,417,602; same date, 1878, 4,215,043; same date, 1877, 3,968,283. Increase of receipts at United Slates ports this year, 202,559. To tal stock at all porta, 156,167, against 136,686 same time the year before; in 1877, 215,260. Net receipts at United" States ports since Fri day, 1209; same day last week, 3239; same day la.st year, 2536 bales. GENERAL. TKADK. Gen-.ral trade was general quietude yes terday. The weather was hot, and, except some activity among the grocery and pro vision houses where there is still some ac tivity in filling the heavy orders evoked by fears of quarantine alt the world seemed to have almost "curled up and quit." The country people have cautiously kept their dis tance since yellow-fever sensations were served up every morning, and there is little or nothing comes in for shippers, were ship pers disposed to pack. The teed market is a mere matter of local demand and supply. The little corn sold was at a higher price; oats also were held higher. Corn meal was still high, but some lots that will arrive to day sold a little below the advanced quota tion. Quotations below are for round lots at the landing and th railroad depots, and in clude neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to arrival. Jobbing and store sales are at higher rates, as they include drayage, storage, and profit cf the dealer. Feed. Corn Salo of 90 sacks at 47c; in store, ,503 52 Oats offering on orders at 43j Bran last sale at f 11; in store, 70 75c per cwt. Hay little doing at $13 50a 17 50; piairip, lG 50; in store hay was 75 93.i per cwt. Flour and Mkal. Flouf superfine, 53 503 75; double extra, $4 254 5C; Ireble extra, $5(35 25; family, $5 505 75; choice, $66 25: fancy, f 6 50. Cornmeal sale of 300 barrels to arrive to-day at $2 75; other sales were generally at $3. Vegetables. Potatoes none coming in; shippers offer $1 50 a barrel -measure; in store, $22 25. Onions little offering, at $2 753 a barrel in store. Stock peas, $1 25 tl 35 a bushel. White beans, $1 50 1 75 a bushel. Fruits. Apples shippers doing noth ing; good bringing 50 75 .3, a barrel measure. Oranges, $9 a box. Lemons, 13 504. Kuts almonds, Taragona, 19cj Brazilian, 8s; pecans, Texas, 10llc; fil berts, 1415c; peanuts, red, 6c; white, l$a per pound; cocoa, $3 0 a hundred. Dried fruit apples, 3i4c; peaches,'3ij 4c. Dates, 6H5 Per pound. Eggs, Butteb, Poultry. Eggs no set tled price, with sales at 46a. butter com mon, 7c; fair, 810c; medium, 12(3 lUc; choice western, 14(il5c; country, 9 lac for good. Chickens $22 50; young at 12 25. Miscellaneous. Lime, 90c per barrel; Rosedale cement, $1 90; Louisville cement, l 75. Boards and f ramie r lumber, $ 12 50 (if 15 per thousand; laths, $1 502; sbinclea, $3(24 50. Pittsburg coal at the yard, 50c a barrel; St. Bernard coal, 45a. Hog Product. Bacon strong and scarce; clear sides, packed, 6i&S)4o; clear rib, packed, ,6s; shoulders, 4b- Pork clear pork sides.loose.Sc; cleai rib pork sides, loose, 5.35c; shoulders, loose, 4ic; sugar cured, hams, packed, 10(211ic; breakfa-t bacon, packed, !?Hc; mess poik, $11. Lard tierces, 7187,14c; pails, 78c. Groceries. Coffee, 1212Jo tor ordi nary, 13c for fair, 15c for good fair, 16J 17c for choice. Tea Imperial, 3575s. Sugar-raw Louisiana, 7li7Jc; coffee sugar, 9j; cut loaf, 10c. Molasses Louisi ana, iair, 32t333c per gallon; prime, 35c; choice, 40c; eastern syrups, common, 36 '(340c; good, 45c; choice, 50c. A'ice Louisi ana, 7i8c; Carolina, 8.9c. Salt per dray ioad, from store, $1 50 per barrel; delivered, $1 50 per barrel; coarse, per sack, $1 50. Hides, Leather, etc. Oak sole, 30S33c; hemlock, V50(2so per pound; harness, 'zo(s 30c; skirting, 30i34c; French calf, $40(360 per dozen; domestic call, f sjtaiu per dozen. Hides dry flint. 14c; dry salt, 11c; green, 5c; gren Bait, 7c. Tallow, 5(3 hhta. Bees- wix, 1:0(3 21c. I BY TELEGRAPH. LOUISVILLE, 'July 16 Flour quiet; ex tra, $3; extia family, $4; A No. 1, $5; fancy, $5 25(i6; patent, f 0 507 50. Wheat firm; red and amber, 9597c. Corn firmer; white, 44c; mixed, 40c. Oats dull and lower; white, 35 mixed, 34c. Rye steady, 55o. Pork, $10 50. Lard quiet; choice leaf, tierce, 7c; keg, H!. Bulk: mets quiet, 3S, 4i (l5o for loose. Bacon scarce, 4. 4, 58, for loose. Sugar- cured hams lOuj llc. Whisky firm, $1 04. CINCINNATI, July 16. Flour dull. Wheat easier, 98c(3$l 05. Corn in good de mand,4041c. Oats eteady with tVir demand, 33i236. Rye quiet, 57c. Barley dull and nominal. Pork quiet, $9 25(I9 50. Lard in good demand; current make, 5.85c bid. Bulk meats in fair demand ; Ehoulders. 3?,jacaah,3c seller August; short rib,4.35 4.40o cash. 4.50c seller August; short clear, 4fo. Bacon in fair demand, but at lower ' rates, 4, 5.05, 5.255.370. Whisky in good demand at full prices, $1 04. NEW YORK, July 16. Flour without de cided change, very moderate trade; superfine western, $3 75(d4 15; common - to good, $4 20(34 CO; good to choice, $4 65 6 50; white heat, $4 75(3 5 25; extra Ohio, $4 15 (if 6. Wheat spring quiet; winter lower; ungraded winter red, fl 011 17 Rye demand active; No. 2 western, 6364c. Barley nominal. Ma'.t quiet. Coffee firm; Rio, cargoes. ll14&c; job lots, ll lfie. Sugar firm; fair to good refining, 6,r,B (u 6,n4C. Molasses dull. Kicelirra. Pork iu buyers' lavor; new mess, $9 50. Lard easier; prime steam, 6.12(36.15c. Whisky nomiual, $1 06) i ST. LOUIS, July 16. Flour quiet. Wheat lower and irregular; No. 2 red, 93g(399j cash, 9Sia984c July, 96(397; closinirat y7tto August. 98497ic September, 97iic October; No. 3 red, 95,Vi (3 96)8 cash. Corn dull; 34jc bid cash and July, 3Gs August, 35J4(335? September. Oats dull and lower; 30c caab, 29o bid July, 24(3240 Au gust. Rye dull; 45gC bid cash. Whisky firm, $1 05. Pork steady, $9 62M job lots east aide. Dry salt meats entirely nominal. Bacon shoulders, 4.104.15c; long clear, 5,'4C; short clear, 5.60c; short ribs, 5 32($ 5 32)j'c. Lard no market. CHICAGO, July 16. Flour firmer but not quotably higher. Wheat in fair demand but at lower rates; No. 1 Chicago spring, $1 01) (31 02 cash, $1 01 July and Ao trust; No. 2 Chicago spring. U8o bid cash, SSa July, 97-a3 August, 95,5b0 September. Corn dnll and prices a shaue lower; 36o cash, OG'c August, 36a5 hid September. Oats dull, weak and lower; 30c cash, 2(3 c August, 25c September. Rye easier, 52j. Borlty steady, 70c. Pork demand good and tend ing upward; $S 75(38 80 cash, $8 70(38 72J August, $S 82J September. Lard steady; 5 8oc cash, 5.90(3 5.92ic September. Bulk meats firmer but not quotably higher. Whisky steady, $1 05. NEW ORLEANS, July 16. Flour quiet but steady; new superfine, $3 50(3)1; double extra, $4 50; treble extra, $4 75(i5 G; high grades, $5 756 12. Coin quiet; mixed, 47c; yellow, 49c; white scarce and firm, 57(3G0j. Oats steady, 3637c. Corn meal in good demand at full prices, $2 60. liny scarce and firm; choice,' $24. Pork dull, $10 I2. Lard steady; tierce, 674'c; keg, 747i,4C. Bulk meats quiet but steady; shoulders, packed, 4yc. Bacon easier; shoul ders. 4lic: clear rib, 5'Jc; clear, Gc. Suizar- cured hams demand lair and iniuket firm; canvased. 9(3110, as in size. Whisky dull; western rectified, $1 051 10. Coffee in good demand at full prices; Rio cargoes, ordinary to prime, ll15c. Sugar firm common to good common, 66Kc; fair to fully fair, 66,c; prime to choice, 7 7?jjc; yellow clarified, 747Jic Molasses quiet; fermenting, 24(330:; common, 25 28c; fair, 2830c; prime, 3235c. Rice quiet but steady; Lou'siana, ordinary to choice, 67He- DRY GOODS. J BY TELEGRAPH. I NEW YORK, July 16. Business, owing to the very warm weather, is very dull. Cot ton goods unchanged. Dark prints in mod erate request, but light prints dull. Fancy CAjsimeres, chevoits and worsted coatintrs in light demand. , Overcoatings quiet. Ken lucky jjans firm. Flannel blankets sluggish and firm. Foreign gocd-i dull. KIYKH NEWS. River aad Weather. The table and dispatches below give official information concerning the weather and rivers: OFjrCU STOHAIj hkrvicb U. S. a., t Mbmphis. July 16. 18 W. Above low water. Changes. RaTIOBS, Btse Fall inches feet. Inches 6 2 2 ""i" 1 1 8 u Inches Catro Cincinnati Davenport Dubuiiue. Helena, Ark. Keokuk Leavenworth Little Bock Louisville. Memphis MashvlUe New Orleans Pittsburg Bhrevnpi-rL St. Lnuls Vlcksburg. 15 S 7 8 " 12 "'a" n if 2 8 17 1 4 4 9 5 7 10 4 8 11 2 Below high water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YBffTKBDAY. Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather. 8a037 81 S Tato. 29.H24 85 N.W. Clear. 2W.H31 87 N.W. Fair. 7:00 a.m. 2 KM) p.m. ttKK) p.m. Maximum thermometer, 97 deg. ktlnlmum thermometer. 74 dea B. B. HABT1N, bert Slg. Corps, U. & A. - By Telecrapau Nashville, July 16. River falling, with 14 inches on the shoals. Pittsburg, July 16. River 2 ft 3t 8 inches and falling. Weather clear and warm. Louisville, July 16. River falling, with 3 feet 4 inches in the canal. Weather clear and warm. Evanstille, July 16. River stationary, with 3 feet 6 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and warm. Vicksburg, July 16. River has fallen 4 inches. Weather cloudy; thermometer, 82 deg. Down: James Howard, last night. Up: City of Vicksburg, noon. Cdtcinnati, July 18. River 5 feet 2 inches and rising. Weather clear and hot. Arrived: Golden Crown, New Orleans. De parted: Cons Millar, Memphis. New Orleans, July 16. Weather cloudy j thermometer, 86 deg. The steamer Centen nial, from St. Louis, arrived last night, hav ing been detained in quarantine since Satur day. Departed: Centennial, St. Louis. Cairo, July 16 Noon. Weatheir clear and warm. Arrived; City of Helena, St. Louis, 11 p.m.; Colorado, Vicksburg, 5 a.m.; Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati, 11 a.m. Departed: W. P. Halliday, New Orleans, H p.m.; J. W. Mercer, Pittajburg, 11 a.m.; Colorado, St. Louis, 7 a.m.; City of Helena, Vicksburg, 8 a.m.... Night River 15 feet 6 inches and stationary. Weather clear; maximum ther mometer, 94 deg. Departed: Vint Shinkle, Memphis, 4 p.m. nsvemeata at tae fjevee- ARRTVAXS. City of Alton, New Orleans; Golden City, Cincinnati; Hard Cash, White river; Coa homa, Friars Point. DEPARTURES. Marlin Speed, Arkansas river; Hard Cash, White river; Coahoma. Friars Point, Osceola Bilie, Osceola; Golden City, New Orleans; City of Alton, St. Louis. 15 PORT. Hattie Nowland. . BOATS PUB. Down. Vint Shinkle, City 'of Helena, W. P. Halhday. Up. Grand Tower, Liura Lee, Ouachita Belle, BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Arkansas City Ouachita Balle, M. R. Cheek master, 5 p.m. St. Louis Grand Tower, George Lenox master, 10 a.m. Cincinnati Hattie Nowland, J. J. Dar ragh master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Hard Cash 800 sack cotton-seed, 40 pkgs sundries. Coahoma 7 bales cotton, 260 sacks cotton-seed, 19 head cattle, 20 pkgs sundries, lfovee Paragraph. .Business quiet. Packets departed yesterday with tood trips. The John Gil morn and barges passed up yesterday evening for St. Louis. The Vint Shinkle will arrive to-day, and leaves again to-morrow evening for Cincin nati. The Golden City passed down yesterday evening for New Orleans, loaded fiat, with out landing here. The City of Alton passed up yesterday evening tor St. Luis, alter laying nearly all day at Hope field cleaning out. A. Partial Blockade Ot the main avenue lor escape ot refuse from the human system Is utterly subversive of regularity among the other organs. Let constipation become abronie, aud, le&v ng out the imminent danger of Inflammation ot the bowels and their total obstruc tion occurring, Jaundice la almost certain to ensue, the liver Is liable to become engorged, the blood and urine are poisoned by the bile, which also vitiates the Juices of the stomach, and other unhappy con sequences follow. Bostetter's Stomach Bitters, a prime tonic alterative prevents or remedies these results and thulr cause, as the case may require, and la alio plgnally efficacious In overcoming flatu lence. neartDurn, and variable as wen a coosu imted action of the bowels. It renews nerve power. improves the appetite, stays the progress ot early decay, relieves tue inurmiues 01. age, ana is a pleas ant appe'.lzw. WOXUKBrCL CHASGES) have occurred In thl' country during the last three o four years, but none more wonderful than the Revo lutions in Color, produoed among the Heads qf the ftaple, by , Chrtstudoro'a Hair Dye. The history ot the aucoesa of erf .at discoveries at- lords no narallel to the trlumDhs over competition and prejudice, accomplished by this powerful yet harmless vegetable agent, which instantaneously etianees any obnoxious color of ttie hair Into a black or brown as maKoltlceut as any that heaven ever be stowed upon tne nead or man or woman, nanurac' turedby J. CBlST&DOftO, No. 93 William street ivew York, eoiu by ail liruggisia. Applied cy a Hair Dressers. - A CABD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of youth , nervous weakness, early decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to Bev. Joskph T. Ink as Satticn D., Nets York City. PKRaCKIPTION FBEE For the speedy Cure of Samlnal Weakness, Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on by Indiscre tion or excess. Any Uruiglst has the Ingredient. Address DAVIDSON CO.. 78 Nassau St.. New York Dissolution. fTTHK Drm of W. B. Galbreath & Co. Is this day dls- 1. solved by limitation; w. j. crawiord retiring. W. B. tialbreath and J. M. Fowlkes will ontlnue the business as heretofore, under the same firm sty la and name, at No. 11 Union street, where, until further notice. Mr. Crawford can be found. Grateful for past favors, a continuance ot the same Is re spectfully solicited. W. B. UA'.BKKATH. J. M. FOWLKES. W. J. CBAWFOm Memphis, Tenn., July 1. 1879. UIBSOLCTIOIV. rpHE firm of B. If. stratum & Co. la this day dls X solved by limitation. The unfinished business will be sett'ed up by J. H. M'Davltt, who has charge of the assets of the firm, and who Is authorized to use the name of the firm In liquidation. Thanks are due our numerous customers for the liberal patron age bestowal, and we solicit a continuation of same to tne new nrm. j h. m davitt. B. M. 8TBATTON. J. S. bUNSCOMB. Memphis, June 30, 1879. S. H. DUNSCOMB, 3a, B. M. STBATTON, ot the above firm, will con tinue the business at the old stand, where he will be ready to serve his old friends and patrons as hereto fore. B. M. STBATTON. 281 Main Btieet AN OPEN AMONG THE LADIES The brilliant, fascinating tints of Complexion for which ladies strive are chiefly arti ficial, and all who will take the trouble may seenre Uiem. These roseate, bewitching hues follow the use of Uagan's Mag nolia Balm a delicate, harm less and always reliable article. Sold by all dmgists. The Magnolia Balm conceals every blemish, removes Sal lowness, Tan, Redness, Erup tions, all evidences of excite ment and every imperfection. Its effects are immediate and so natural that no human being can detect its application. ACiKXCV. GEO. P. HOWELL fcCO Newspaper Advertising Bureau. ForTenCentst One hundred-page Pamphlet, witb Lists of News papers and Advertising Kates. For Ten Dollars : Four lines Inserted one week in Three Hundred and Fifty Newspapers. IO Spruce Street, N. Y. TOBACCOS. 22Lm 3ESCS3HI9 DKALRB IN Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes 17 MAIS, Under Warshaat House, 76 SECOJVO RTKET, Ayrea Block. Sole Agent tor Stratton ft Storm's CAPADURA & OUR D4DDIES CIGARS -T 1 Tt TV A TDUW A varied hiakae prise st Ontennial Expolfioo fut f ckrmtrg qualitirt ami txcdlence ana wtti f ew arttr of mteteniiig and jkxrorixg. Tie beat tobacco Ter made. An our bin. atrip trade-mirk cloay imilUed on inferior roods, aee that JrwAwn' Bmt it ot every plug, bold by all dealers. Scud for nai se. free, to O. A. Jjuskso a Cc. ilfnc PfUsntmg. V . mtKCEA.lj.ANEOLS. REWARD Itchiajijor Uloemted PIIJ-3 AuleIingNPiie Iteijiedy fjjila to euro. jivs imiueduit relief , eyres cafieq of ontrhtand in in 1 week. ordinary cies in 3 days. jSIabottlo. t3.!dbyall drtynriM .1. P. Mrtun, M.D Jlllihprnco St-.Phila..Pa..Solo Proprietor. Advice free in all diseases. Call or write. G. W. JONES CO.. Azents. 2S7 Main street. TURNIP Jl'ST 1?KCIjIVKI ItV LS.iiras 377 MAIN ST COTTOS GIK. The Brown Cotton Gin. Cleans the Seed better, Ron. IJa-ater, Gins Faster, and eesU less mosey thus any ether Cta to tke mar ket. Cvery amacalae fully and leg-ally aanuiteed. These machines are made of the best materials, and the workmanship and finish are nncxec n. d. Has been awarded premiums at all the State Fairs, Georgia, Alabama,Teiaa, etc, etc Price List of Gins, Feeders and Condensers. Payable during the Cotton Season. Prlcof Ghttwlth clf-FeeliDr At- Prlr. wilh Srlt Feedloir Attarh. menu and Coa-dtniffl. SWEET C t aV g&Co Sla. Prices! 6ms. 30 aur I $ 75.00 " 35 " 87.69 ) " 100.00 45 " 110.00 bt) " laxoo 6o " taaoo 70 " 140.00 80 " 160.00 A &7.J0 113.75 130.00 141.75 152.50 176.00 162.00 208.U0 $f.oo 140.00 160.01 173.25 1S5.00 2 12.00 231.00 256.00 Boxed ready for shipment and delivered at onr factory. Special terms to cash purchasers. Send for circular containing testimonials from over two hundred live planters, who bought and used onr machines last season. From 1S43 to lSf8 we manufactured Gins at CoU mbus, Georgia, uuder the firm nauieof K. T. Tat Ior & Co., afterwards Cjemonb, Bbowk & Co., and made whut was then known astheTeylorGin. Tiiirincr tha venr lft58 we removed to this Dlace. where we have been exclusively engaced In manu rUA..,rT,fy f:tn. avm- sineft. Withlon? experience. the best Tabor saving machinery, and skilled work men, we possess aavaniagee no eujuyea oj any "ther manufacturer In onr line for producing taa est work; lor tne least l oney. Presses, Engines and complete outnt famished when desired. Addres. BHOWX COTTON UIN CO.. Kew jLondos. Conn. jLIVjEKY. To the Public! WS propose to keen a LITKBY during the season, and will keep constant Ir on hand a number ot No. 1 Saddle Horses and teams, at terms to suit the times. Give us a call. Also will keep a Hood assortment of Horses and Mules on hand for sale. .. AFvaaKsi c . J. T- FARGASOS. JAMS J.T.FMIIllS WHOIXSAXE Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front nr 5 355 Clinton St., Memphis. J. B. GODWIN. L. U. MULLIXS, Jr. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front street, cor. Union, Memphis. Farticnlarat.'ention given tothehamllinffof cotton while in fined DAVID P. HADDEN. (SlCCRSSOH TO HADUKU AVEBY), BJOa SCO !EaTrQinL't 3tixr&&'&m 'WK WILL CONTINUE THE GROCBRT And Cotton Factorage Business. M. Savlai Joha H.fcJaltivan. M. Gavin & Go. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors. And Commission Merchants, 13 O a I'ont Street. 3VXozi3.xl3Lls, Tenn. Hctreen Adaaaa mad J effersoa, Onr MAJOB T. J. COWGILL devotes his wbote time to the Welehlna and Sale of aii Cotton lntrnsted to onr charge. W. have our own Cotton Warehouse, comer Washington and Second. AMUBKW BTKWART. AMDUKW 1. UVVVHNK, P. B. EaKLRY, New Orleans. Heaaphla. Heatphll STEW1RT, GWYHHEi 00, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 cad 358 Front AND Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, TAGCAKU. O. ACUAIIO. A. VAOGABO & CO., UBGPOBTEJHS A3B DSALEBS O WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, Wo. 3S4 Front FULMEil, (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, McKAY & CO.) rocers, Cotion Factors And Ccnimission Merchants. Ttfna. 371 and 373 Main NATURAL Putltj, freshness, persistent effftvesoence, and ollinaris JL Kx tract from lettr of the 17. H. Trsuury Denirtateat: "In conformity alth yoor re- qne t the Secretary of St He was asked to cause a thorough Inquiry to be made Into the matter by our Con sul at Co!orne. who concludes bis report as follows: 'I therefore state that it Is m; opinion, rormed alter what 1 consider a careful and painstaking Investigation, that the Apolllnarls Water, bottled at the Apollln arls Springs, as exported to the United States, Is beyond question a Natural Mineral Water. The evlcence which accompanies the Consul's dispatch abundantly sustains his conclusion that tie Apolllnarls Water, as Imported, is a Natural Mineral water." Thisevidenee was eiven am r wormian examination dt sucn eminent scientists or tneuia wona a PKIFI.K A. V . H IH'MASiX, r. K. tifle DeiKirttnent of the Kingdom of Prussia, Vice-Prexi l'sit'KKaaalOil W. OI.Ul Professor of Judge a' the Centennial Exhibition, Philadelphia, eta., A spurious auicie, purporting io do me gunuiw Apomnaris wnw. wnnj gurreo 10 uie puunc, wo warn all buyers to l-n sure that each and every bottle bears the Vellow A.a-l,aud the name of KKItll. IK K.itV a- I , .lew f ork. s4i H. Ai. Cochraa. , L. Cochran L Co., KAN CKACTiBEBS OK Lath Doors, Sash and Blinda. end Oiace aad Yard, foot of WaeLlagton St. I Memphi, NArOLEO-N UIX.I, Lumber K, JTUATAISE, Cotton Factors and HEADQUa KTEilS OF Lorillard'sl intag Tobacco AttENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED E.ICAKYEB COTTOX-GIJi. Nos. 296 and 298 Front 100 CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA, (Plats and (taartaO T lOO CASES ItEElVf 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints. lOO Casks Allsopp's AlePintsand Qts. All Direct from Abroad Oar own Importing:. WB HAVK BESIDS3 C0K3TANTLY ON HAND AN IMMSNSK STOCK OF STRAIGHT PENNSYLVANIA, KENTUCKY At LOWEB PBICK3 then ever V. T. PORTER. W. F. B. J. S EMM PORTER COTT AJJ 1S7"l3ic2&ils&4aa.jl C32roc5j5r No. SOO t ront Street. itotween lllatlieou aad laonroer HemphlH, Tenneasee. C. C. HElJfs S. M. McCALLUM CO. JOHJI M. FAKBlJittTO. Tkl. Clarst. n. J. ClartL. St., Memphis, Tenn. Louisiana. A. B. TACCABO street, MemphlSs street, Memphis, Tenn. MINERAL WATER agreeable flavor alone or mixed with wine or spirits " 1 Practitioner. .of the University of Berlin, Mttnber o the l-cien- tent of the Chemical Society of Germany, etc.. e'.c. Chemistry at the University at Oxford. Chemical etc. And stberv. a(,ai,. uteavr. St. JL. Coebraa. and Shingles, all Avlads of PacSalux Boxes. Saw and Planing" Mills, North end Nary Yd Tennfsae. Wholesale Grocers. street, Memphis, Tenn. tuest Champatrnes Imported. JIjT-EIGE TONIC. AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, before offered In this Market. ES CO i'AlLOJt U. W. MACRAE. A. HDNTs- 01 g.00 CO JEBOXE till I , TAYLOR & CO. UJI 51 Kit 11 5: SO UT!. Idaho Springs THBEK MILKS FROM CLABKEVILLK, TKNN. A safe retreat fepm all epidemics, Black and White Sulphur, Magnesia and Chalybeate waters all pos sessing fine medicinal properties. Ample accom modations for guests. Tables well supplied. Ho tels on commanding eminence, with fine view of sur rounding country, and Ave minutes walk from cele brated Dunbar's Cave. SocletyVery good. PRICES LOWER THAN AT OTHKB WATERING PLACIS Conveyance to the Springs to be had at depot In Clarksvlll For further particulars, address the proprietor, J. A. TATE. Clarksvlllr. Tenn. BOAHI) ATHKWASEK-Tremlrt Hall has been repaired, and Is now open for the accom modation of summer vlsl.ors. Terms moderate. Address TRKM LET HALL. Elmo Lodge. THI3 favor. to summer resort, situated twelve miles from St. Paul, is now open for business. First-class accommodations for three hundred guests. Five trains each way d-tlly. Bulling Liouses. steam, row ana satiooais. Electric iient. and ail ttbe modern Improvements for the beallu and com fort or tourists. Rates S3 50 per day. and from 5lfto!12 ner week. FRIED G. GUTHERZ. dale of Memphis), Alanager. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN FOR THE SUMMER THE Natural Bridge House, Lockout Mountain, Is In better trim than ever. Freestone and eh ily beate wxters. Fare uusurpassed. A new Bowling alley and Ballroom Just now completed; Swings, Cioquet grounds. Everythlngjafi fact, that can con tribute to health and pleasure supplied. Addres A. R. THOMAS. Ch itUnooga, Tenn. Ioip-ULlt3,i Prices X SARATOGA SPRINGS. COKGIsESS HALL. 83 PEIt DAY. This splendid hotel has been tbrroughly renovated ana reiurnisnea. win open tor jtupxu June 21. CLEMKVT SOUTHGATE. Prop'is. B. S. Clkmcnt. late Llndell Hotel, SL Louis. Wm. WiuiiNfON, Superintendent BON AQUA SPRINGS . WIjLIj BS OfEKEU JUNE 1st, 1S79, n IN DEB the management of J. G. FAT.GHUM, of Nashville, a gentleman of over twenty years experience In hotel business. Regular Price for Board Thirty dollars for June; thirty-live dollars for months of Ju'v, August,land September; ten dollars and fifty cents per week and iwoaoiiara per uay. special rale to families and large parties. Table and bedding first class. Dr. A. Morrison, of Nashville, will be resident physician. DLKAHAST IIOHIH-During the summer - months In Vslley of Virginia, near Natura, Rrlrim. at to $1U TWA. nMinlh ImJmtA aaH JOHN D HOUSTON. Long-wood. Rockbridge county .a. awlo.lTC oqy.tfouu o. jrars:. poiivar, renn (.rpilEOAKWOOD," Green Lake, Wis., has m no equal as summi-r resort Send for circulars Address DAVID GBEENWAY. Dartford P.O., Wis feKAYSOM CO CSV V, HV. THESE Springs are situated 65 miles southwest of Louisville, and within two-am -onehalf miles of Paducah and Eliza bethtowa Railroad. There are over 100 springs of pure mineral waters upon the premises which nave been very celebrated for their curative qualities for many years. Our establishment has been built up within the last few years; rooms well ventilated and furnished, with 12.000 or 15.000 feet of galleile. Our accommodations win be flrst-olaas, and there fore offer superior Inducements to botn invalid and pleasure-seekers. And thusa v. ho feel Inclined to indulge In amusements, they will find Bovllne-al- leys. Billiard taieon. and an elegant Dancing Hall, with a good Band of Music; while our grounds were never In sobandsome condition for outdoor amuse ments as now; and we think visitors will nnd Gray son all tbey desire as a comfortable watering-place. Baths, of any temperature, whenever desired. Single bath, 40c; 5 baths at il5o each; 10 baths at 80c each, and 25 baths at 25c each. our omniDus line connects witn eacn train. Boarding July and August Per day. S2 50: Der week, 812; per month, Sit); month of September, 830. Children and servants, half price. Special loMSSWuruidiuuira uavn cuumru. - w. tt. VANMETER A UliO., proprietors. M. P. Clark son. cierS, F KM WICK. HALIj, Baybroett folat,Ct. Baaiitlfnlly located on .Long Island Sound, at the mcuth of the Connecticut river. Basy of &uoess from New York by boat or ears. Al the attractions of a first-class watering place: rooms large, well ven tilated, and lighted witb kas throughout. Milk and cream from cows kept upon the place. For further Information and circulars, please address Hotel Berkeley, Boston, Mass., until June 15th. Open Jur.e 25th. Price, unusually low. E. STAN TON, Prop'r. SUMMERRESORT! PUT-IN-BAY ISLAND, LAKE ERIE AwJj'S- BEEBE HOUSE, H. BEKBE PROPB1ETOB. - Now open for Summer Season, First-c ass In appointment. (5tf- Accommodation for Four Hundred, s-rv-Flne fishing. Drives, Boating, Bidhlng, etc Hops 6very evening. ' f3f 1 he popular pi Ice of $14 per week; S2 50 rer day transient. tW Send for circular. WHITE CniT AND MOUNTAIN HEALTH RESORT, XOXROE CO., EAST TEX. rpHIS celebiated summer resort for health and JL pleasure, is situated on top of tbe Chllbonee Mountains, sixteen miles southeast of Mouse Creek. a point on the E. T., Va. and Ga. R. R Tbe Hotel and springs are at an elevation of !30OO feet above sea level toeing aoove aew poiuti. l.ne scenery is unsurpassed. The Hotel open for the reception of guests r'trst of Jane. Visitors can obtain round- trtp ticketi uaily line ol stages and man from Mouse Creek. A telegraph line has been erected from Mouse Creek to me Sorintrs since last season. Ofbce and Hotel. Improvements bave been made lor com ion ana convenience ot guests. H Round-trip Tickets from Memphis to Mouse Creek and return. SI 8 60. For runner information, pampblets. etc, address J. H. MAGILL. Proprietor. Mouse Creek and While cuff Springs. GIBSON WELLS THE Famous Gibson Wells, having new and com fortable building", recently t ruettd aud newly furnished, are now opeued for visitors nlLe miles from Trenton, Tenn. A dally line of hacks run to the Wells from Trenton, over a nice level road; nine miles from Humboldt, Tenn. Hacks can be bad to transfer persons to the Wells. First-class board at $30 per month; $1 0 per week; $1 50 per day. Special rates for families and large parties. tT Reduced rates to Humboldt. Address Trenton. Tenn. P. L. BISHOP. Proprietor. MKIIIIjAjL. TjpOB THE SPEEDY CURB of 8em'.nal Weakness, J? Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has tne Ingre dlenta. DR. JAQUES ft CO., 1HO West Sixth arrant Oinsli natt 27 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KV., A mnirr MueatM mud W-4plHt otuiliftc4 phrsicic '1 is. moat succesafl, his j.racuco Will pruvr. Cures itU forms cf PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SKXVAL TXS- Sponaatorrlxoa ana Xcipotency t the revalt of $ir-fcbQM la youti, X'tal r-;w ia l.a iurerjfir, or tliw n:tt. and p:t iiv annuel :lrtm kwiD7 rftrv'ta: ei vou-iDeJ, faciiiluul Ktiiii- ii.es, (r.i.rhl tn:if Ino l-y tlreiuiv). Uimcc-i of fcit Ut, I ie. ;ie iirtjvr . .'by iri.-lD:a. Fnui'l"aiu ?a- c, A -i- lni U Si ;i .v ot . I a'? Confusion cf lic Imh of tciuti rower. V., nu t mirriaic-,niror nr Tln3 I'T, rc i!iorc'iibt in4 ( urotlj rur-d. STI'lI IS f414' l.v cutd id4 Ji r-lT em-lirtte-t frtiai f vrt Gonorrhea, OLlET. STictur. Orvb.li3, Reru.x. wi Huhaaw, AtQd oth-;r private di.-aeares q.ir?kh cured. It ia Mif-cviJcnt ti?t phy aicUr lo rrn n "enti'W c ft ertiiu cia. of JUeuc, aud tnttr tLiuwn.li iluu iuirv?!t reat ?ltiL Pbyu-iB .Uui:i(l!.n l.t nf'-o reromnit-Dd peraoos to air oare. Vueo it u'Nuv-in: le TisttthPCitT for ueuaot, mediHuea can be aeu. triauly ui saftly by mail or eprae auybtrs. Cures Gaar&AAtceCa, in all Caset undertaken. . . M , , . CousmtAviioua (rMaally or dt IXter Trr and !ott-d-Caarxea traaoaaJsC and corrrapoadeiioe atricUj coaulwPi.au A PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of KY) parn, lent t any mdrlma, acurr ly aratd, tnr tbirt 90) cent-. Sbould b real b ail. AdtlrxM ato houm from 1. Jl.ta. If. thinjai to 4 THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT or THB I'HIVjEKSITV OF LOll81.r.A, New Orleans, PnmessM unrivaled advantaizes for Clinical Teach ing. The Ctarlty Hospital has an annual admission of more than Six Thousand patients, and ts visited dally by tbe Profe-ors, accompanied by the Student.-. Tbe Annual Circular will be sent to all who may vpply. T. t. mttiAJiJjaujN, slli,, uean. Ij.JSE'. JOM A. DENIE, Maaufacturer tt the Celebrated HAS FOB SALE 15GO brls JLCoendaIe Cemeul. 2000 hrU IjOuisviHe Cement. 500 brlA flaer 1'Aris. IlrieK, Hair, etc. FSNip STREET DO WJJS Hlnser Xccdlr-H XO rents per deaea All elkvrs ai reatsi per doaen Hewlna-snaebine Oil lOe per bottle HfPrlr-es elo redneed oa all MFwiag. Slaehlurs. ff"arln bed Attachments. J. It. AUittlCH, 254 Second St. JjtSWKl.stV. Bari,Jeilrf WITH O. A. BBSSAO, 265 MIX S1KET, Cor. COURT. Barraiss in Jfwelry, Watrhes.Mtiver ware. (. Jewelry rnamofaetared 1st aay d.siaa, aad aklllfnlly repaired. by C Johowni. 'q ftirruerly fortmsa wlic lU'ii . V K 1 KKTA Bi liKS . JOHN WALSH, 341 Second Rtrt. nr-ar rrnr?r lrnlnn CH4.t'r,IY AI,9J. Cuancerj Sale cf RpaI Estate. No. 3395. H (P-40. R. 2)- Chancery Court of Shelby county George W. Con vs. D. Pante. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, on tered In the above cause on the luth dayol March, 1H75, and artlrmwl by the Supreme Court and renewed July 13, 1S78, I w'.ii sell at puolt auction, to th. highest bidder. In frcr.t or the Cletk and Master's oUire, Courthouse Building. Main street. In tbe Taxing-District of Shelby county, late city of Men phis, Tennessee, on Mat nr day. Jaly 3, 179, within legal hours, the following described proferty, situated In the late c:t of Memphis, now knonn as the Taxing-district of St elby county, Tenn.. to-wlt: A certain lot. It being part of country lot No. 601. being pail also ot property conveyed by deed by James Jones to L R. K rtland on May 1. 1R52, and registered In the Register's otflce of Shelby county, Tenn., In book 10. pag 848: Beginning at a point on tbe south aide of Poplar street where tl.-e eastern line of said lot ot ground narut-d In said deed from James Jones to I. B. Klitland Intersexes said Poplar street, acd running thence west with the south tide or Poplar street 1744 feet to stake: thence south ward i rjo feet, more or lens, to an alley between Poi. larand Washington streets to a stake; thence east ward along the north line of said alter 174i feet to a stake; tbence northward lftO rett. more or leas, to the south ime cf Poplar street the point of begin ning, it being the nounernbalf of the same lot con veyed to said D. Pante by I. B. Klruand by deed of date November 30. 1 S58, and of record In tbe Reg ister's ofilce or ehelbv county, Tin., In bock .H5, pave 6ti5, to which reference Is made. The above will be sold except Use homestead set apart by commissioners (a plat and disgiam ot which Is on n.e herein ai;d to which reference is made), and is described as follows: Being pait of lot No. 501. beginning at a stake on the south line of Poplar street forty (40 feet east of the northwest corner of a lot convcyfd by James Jones to I. B. Elrt land on the 1st May, ltsT2. which deed is ot record In deed back 10. pa?e 348: thence east with the south line of Poplar street twenty-nine Ci) feet to a slake; tcenoe southward with the fence line 158 feet toa stake; thence west twenty-nine (2H) feet to asiake.lt being 11 -12 feet oast of the west line of said lot sold by James Jones to J. B. Klitland above mentioned; thence northward witb the tenca and dividing partition wall of rear building, passing over the center of cistern and on line with the dlvid -lng partition of the front building, which Is adcuble tenement bouse, 158 feet to tbe point ot beginning: U botna unit of lha northern hslf ot lot conveved ba 1. B. Klrtland to D. Pante by deed of d;ile November 80. 1 858, and ot record In deed book 35. page 6r&, In Shelby county the bouse being No. 313, on the south side of Poplar street. At tas same time and place ar-d upon the same terms, the remainder interest In tbe said above de scribed portloii set a; ait as homestead, will be sold. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months; pur chaser executing now with approved security; ilea retained; redemjjlou barred. This June 25, 187t. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Mtsvs & Sned. Att'ys for coiupi't MBfcjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjawwMw.MS.SMaMMsssmssssmssiassmssM TKl'WTEB At.l-X. Trustee's Sale. BY virtus of a d?e-i of trust mads to me, as tms e. n t e HOth day of September. 1871. by D. B. Vcl oj and Llien P. Moiloy, and recorded tn book No. HJ. uaga 2l7. In the -friM of tbe Register of bh lty coujtr. lean., to secure the debtiherelu name-1. I w.ll r ell. to the highest bidder, at public s-le, for cash. l( i'.ii southwest corner of Main and Monroe ilreets. tf Memphis or the Taxmg-dLatrlct in Shelby county, Tenn., on Taeadar. Atcut lse. 1H79, at 1 2 ocl-.)ck ra .or whhln fifteen minutes thereat ter. tbe lollwlng dtscrib?rt real estate, being In Memphis. Sheloy county. Tenn., rlstlngulshed in said deed of Uust as a "lot or parcel of land, with Improvement, eilu.ite lying and being in the city of Memphis. eoumy aud State aforesaid. Mrtof b ock No. rl7. In orlgtnxl country lot No. JK:i. on the souirt side of Ur.lon atieet, beginiiinjr c: .t pnilnt about 240 feet east f run lue Junction of Union and Seeontt s'retts: thenco west with the south side of Union street Hi fiet. more or le'S: thence Mtuth Uttn twt to an alle.) ; tber.ee east with said alley about HP feet; thnce north 200 feet to tbe beginning, the begin ning point In this oeserl; ttun and the east l.-oundary of said lot wlil extend to acd Ineiude the middle of the division all ot thed uble-teneuient brick resi dences conveyed bj Joseph R. Willi; ms t said D. B. juouoy and c w. AtK.er, raspectiv.sly, said lot and premises Uelr; I'ue same conveyed by said Williams to s-Ud D B. Moiloy by deed dated November 15, 1 8HU. ana recorded in tne ttetrsters ofce of Shelbv county, in book 47. tage irt." The title to said property is oeuevea to be g.oi. dik l convey only as trustee. J. W. CLAPP. Trustee. rjfHI'iTricK's Ey virtue of a trust B- deid made by J. T. and Marv H. rilllsman. dated IX- ember 1 f, 1S7B. and lecorded In the Reg- l-ters office cf fcheiby countv. Tennessee, In book No. llrt. paste (01. I will, on THLRSDAT. July 2H, 187 H. between 10 and 11 o'clock am., on the urem- lsea sell tor cash, the propertr r-.avpyed thereby. siniaie in saiu couniy, ai d in u e laxlng-disunct theieof (late the ilty of Meinpuls). and thus de scribed: Beginning at the somhwe'T corner of Vance and Lauderdale streets, and running tbence west- arolv on and witb the south line or Vance street 120 leot: ih nee southward. r. purailul with Lauder dale S'reel, 200 ;tet; theinw eastwardly, parallel with Vance street, TiO feet lo Lauderdale street; thence northward; on and with the et line of Lauderdale street 'JtKI loet to 'he beelnnlne. All rights and equities ot r l"ra.tlo,i. homestead and dovrerexprassly waived. W. i. POSTON, Trustee. Trustee's SuIp. BY deed reco-ded la Register's offlce of Fherby county. 1n brjoi lti5. Dture 5.11. U. W. Truf hfert and bis wife, M. 6. Tr"h"art. conveyed to me u tru act-rtl:i house arm l't in Memphis, Tennes.-, therein decritica; the lirt froniti-g an fret on (is west side of S-'Con-l street, and I'-ljolnlng tbe s.:Ul sine ot me aney oetween ropiar and w ashln-n streets, and nnnlng westward about 149 feet lot he alley between Alutu and Second Mreets, to secure palon t Co. the pavment or thtee notes therein t et out, given by TruebeartHr.il wife for the balance ot purchase nuney of Fad proper'y. aggregating S2552. all bearing Interest from 10th June, 1H78. In default of payment of any of said notes, or the taxes rn snld property, the trustee Is authorized to advertise and sell; and In that event all the not Deconi" due and payable out of the proceeds of tbe sale. Tbe two first of said notes and certain taxes are due and unpaid. I will therefore, on THURS DAY, July 17. I87t, at 12 o'clock, at the southwest corner of Madison and Main streets. Memphis, sell . 8t public outciy, to the highest bidder, for cash, the above described proi-ertj, lor tbe purpose of paying said notes, Interest and taxes. The tight of redemp tion is waived, and the purchaser fakes absolute title, which is believed to be perfect, but I convey only as trustee. On the lot Is a commodious 2 story brlcK residence. No. 181 Second streeL B. RICHMOND. Trustee U1H11V FJKCTANT. Zinc-Iron Disinfectant rrtHE disinfectant can be obtained, free of cost, at JL the following places: W. N. Wllkerson A Co., 334 Main street, A. Renkert, 120 Main street W. M. Sim ma. Iir5 Poplar street. Fattier 4 Co., 1 20 Beale streeL W. B. Saflord & Co., lot Hernando street. J. C. Zebring, i4'i Shelby street M. R. Knox. cor. Second and tireenlaw streets. M. A. M'Hugb. :iuO Madison street. Hexsen Jc Co.. 220 Foplar street. Kri.K-4 rju mfePE.Vk.ivtjr. Dispense tt only to adults. The amount to be dis pensed Is not to exceed 24 ounces, one wine bottle, or equivalent quantity. If more Is deemed neces sary, application must re made to tbe Secretary, who will give his ordr for the same, which will be honored by those in charge or disinfectants. When tbe supply Is getting low. those In charge of disinfectants wbl at once notify the Secretary s that he suriplr mar never fail. (STLIIU11. TJNITEr STATES AND ROYAL MAIL 37 EAM1RA Sew Voi-k to UtemtltiWB ft 1.1 vr.r peel Every tmrstlat or Xaturday. nty orBeriln, 54HI tons. Oilyof Houueal,44M)tns City ot Biohnioiio, 4tt7 City of B.-nssels, - 8775 City of Cheater. - 4nrtlt City of New York,- 8500 These magnificent steamers are among the strong est, lidyest nnd fastest on the Atlantic, and have every modern lmroveinerit, lnchiding hot and c.-Id water and electric bens In Ktaterootns, revolving eh (airs in saloons, IhUu and smoMng-rooins, tartr shops, etc For rat.-, or i r age and other Inforiua tion, apply tw JOiLN U. DALtC, Aeent, 31 Broadwry, New York, or to TlltW. r SH RR. Kmmet Bank. Memphlr. Alabama Lime