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THDS MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1880.
railway kkcokd. ArrlTil aad Drpiriar of Tralaa, Trains on the Paduo.b and Memphis road more as follows: Mall leaves dally st 4M) p m ; accom- dotuoii leaves aiiy at n :j5lf am. stall arnves dally at flvtl) a.m.; aocommudatluu arrive daily at R:4A p m. Trains on the MemphUand Little Rock road move as follows: Mall leaves dittly at 5:10 p.m.; freight lesve-daliy. exc-pt, 8undai. at H:00 a in. Mill ar rive duly at H (i." p.m.; freight arrives daily, ex cept Sunday, at 6:05 p m. T ral ns on I oe Mem phi- and Cba' l-ton road mow a follow: Mail lesve. flally at 11:16 p.m ; Homer vlll aeoommooalloii leaves dally, exoepl oundy. at 4 40 p ro. Mall arrive diiilf at I :U0 p m ; somer v.lie arooramodatiuo, arrives daily, except Sunday, at 8:H a.ui. . ,. Trains on the Mississippi ana Ten n'See road mov-i a- follows: Mail leave dull t i-a' P-In Satdl aoc .nimixiHtloii leave dallj. rx-epl Sunday, at 4:J10 p ID.: trelgbl leaves daily, except euooay, at :4. a.m. M ill an Ives d nlly at H:40 a m. ; bar.lls .(o mmodhtior. arrives dilly.rx eyl dundaj.at H:4.- a. in ; Iralgul arrive dali, txoepl Sunday, at 6:45 ' "'Trains on tie Louisville and Nashville road move a follows: Ktp'ew leave d-illj at 1 1:20 p m ; mail leave dsiy s 7:4'). in.; Bronsvllie aecoiiimoos tio 1 leav. d illy, pxo-pl 8 indsy. at 4:40 P m. Kx prM arrives dxllj a K:lil a.m.; mail arrlv.s dally al 4:n p.m ; Hr.mn.v.lle aow-mmudailoo arrive daily, except rtundar. t H:4" a in Saturday tne ex press ruus only to M'K-uzie, connecting lor Mash vine. H iperinlrnih-nii are rrintcd to notify this ojjlet promptly 0 changes or 111ns I'ers.aal tad Uearral. To firit depot building 00 th4 Txu P C'ht extension b is been completed, and woik ro tbe second beun. C imraeocin J109 lit thiVindala line w.ll reduce ihe r pjsseapr tariff to a uoitorui mmj ot thr-tj ceo. a aiile. Tnt first train over tbe Texas Pacific ex tension from Fort Worth is expected to ran into Weathertord next Thursday. Work has been cimmenced rn tbe Dalles and Cleburne IVxt-i roal at Eigl" Ford. eiuht m les west of Dallas. Mr. Rains is cbief engineer. Mr. Dobbs, an engineer on tbe Mobile and O110 railroad, was at Mscoo, Miss s-ippi, the oth'T day wbi-n the cjcloao struck that town, and lost his trunk, containing tuur bnodred dollars, an 1 a tot of clothing blown clear OJt of aiftlit and bovond finding. As a freight train on the C nninnati South era railroad was ptsim,f through a tunnel recently, a ro k weighing about five thousand pounds Ml no a car loaded with oak stav.-s and crushed through tors sUves to tbe bot tom of tbe cir, hlU was laade'J safoly at tbe next dcoi. I is stite'l that a rii'iotd meeting 11 toon to bald in Nrf Yirk city tor tbo purpnte of takinj step4 tor . tf c 'ng tbs Cansolida ion ot lb4 Mem bis and C larlestoa, the East T-onPHse'. Virginia a d Georgia, and the Atlantic, O110 and Mississippi railroads, so astomakoie CDnUnuous line from Mem phis to Norloik. At a mee'in of tbe stockholders oF the M.iDi1" and Oa.o railroad recently held in N) York, it was un immousiy resolved to accept the provisions of tbe bill passed at tbe recent smion oi tun lesmlature ot aiissi-sip pi. This st-ttlet tbe question fully, and in ttl'.'Ct r.'pe iU the third eection of tbe charter ct tbe road which exempts it from tax-ttiun, and huncelortn it will be taxed as other rail ro ids of tli same d iss, euLty thousand dol lars per mile oa that portion ot tbe lice which runs thruugb Misi-Hippi. It is understood in N"w O l- ansthat tbe direct ry ot the Louitvil'e and Nn-hv lle rail read lias electeu C onel D. U U ibiuson pres ident of the old P ontcbartrwo railroad, re c -ntly purchased lv this company in connec lion with tbe. New 0 leans and Mobile rail road. Tfiis wojld indicate a revival of Mil uehor? and its old and pleasant association. I' is also said tbat C il inel li ibir i m will urge p m tbe company ro m ike a nufli jient appro p:iation to b-au'.'y Miinebur and make it a rival ot the oiber lake resorts, in which srood work he will have the h-.arty ''Godspeed" ot tvery old O.leanian. I'rrtty l's-t Itidlna-. New" Yoi'K. May 14 A special express train cd tour cars pul! d by anew locomotive, which baa but one six und a halt loot driv ignh' el at etch nirte.fwas tan on a trial trip to day between P il del' hia aid Jersey C ty, and oncrmpluhed ibe distance, nin-dy nu.es, in nini ty-stven minutes. Usury Sjioae) sad a Bond. Oa the au' j -ct ot the pr j o ed Tennessee Central rail ru.id, a scheme tnat exploded with the Lju sviile scop of the Nssbville sys tem ot roads, tbe Trenton Mirror in regard to tne issuance and sale ot bonds by Treuton," among other tbings says: "For now we have coma to tbe other end of the business, wnicb brings as back to where we com m need As another resultant of oratory, tb s Co. 1.0 -at 100 issued bonds and got sora-bdy's money tor tbem. Toere was fun and pa triotism, and enterprise and i-o forth, in is suing, selling and getting money for tbe bonds and to- n ling lbs same Now, where does the patriotism and so tortb come in when it cm a to p4jtn back tbat money? Fare Well, Tennpnce Central railroad) We bave omitted much of argument and stubborn facta in this contemplation, but enough re mains uf you to tell all we bave thought, though it be all ot you that remains. Tbe (trade, the bonus, and the litigation, should poiufjrbe moralised (ell tbe whole story of pubno credit, recklessly used." Sectlua- a Curreapaatfeat atlsat. The L'.ttle R ck Democrat thus proceeds to corroot and modily the statements made by a Washington correspondent of the Memphis Ltdgef id a recent letter, in referenoe to rail road matters in Arkansas, particularly the policy which would be pursued in tbe event of the construction cf the projfeted line be tween Fort'm th and Wichita: "The corrj epoadeut ("Sltus Mobegan") is not thor oughly pouted. The Atobison, Topeka and Sita Fe company would not only barmon ) with the F rt Smith road, but with tbe Lu tle Ko.k, M ao'sippi It vr and Txa road, as well. Unutlemeo connected w.th the Tj peka road are vitally interested in both the Arkansas roads named above, and one of tbem told us a we k or two since tbat in two year time tbe rods running from Fjrt Siuitb to Arktnsa Ci'y, on tbe Mississippi rivr, would 01 known mrtbe New Orleans branch of the Atcbiaox, Topeka and Stnta Fe mad. As to ruoninrf over tne Mruipn 8 and Little Rick road, and bnudli. g gjjd in bulk tor that ci'v, such talk is sheer nonsense, 'foe Iron Mountain company, since it con trols Hie Memphis road, a out going to draw the knife across i s own thoat." A Hist ta fltmpais. Jtff .Tson, Texas, bus received the present seasoo over seventy thousand hales of cotton. T.ia city has coostruoted the E -it L'oe nar rw giuje railroad between J tt'-rson and S ilphur Sprmus, a distance ot one hundred and twenty miles. Oj the eleventh instant tbe Trxas aud Pao Go pdrcbaei oie half tbe stock in the East Line railroad, when the following d rtctors were elected 10 repreient Jt tfxriion: Colonel llarr tin. president ; K II. Taylor, vice-prfsidenl; W. 11. Ward, J. P. Ha'sels, T. P. Kidgeis. Ttid following were elected to represent the Tens and Paoific: (iovernor li oo, viee-president ot Texas and P.iCibc; (.Colonel Nooles. superintendent Tti.s and Paciti; W. II Newman and C)l onel Abrahams. At tbe same time a con tract was let to ex'eud the railroad forty eigbt miles west uf S jlpbnr Springs. J ff -r-son is anxious to bave a direct hue to Mem phis by wav of Catuuen, Atksnsas. A sur veying patty is now locatlug the ro id b 1 twei n Jitf 'isoo and C anden, and they tx pect toci m nence woik within ninety diys Will Memphis not help the plucky li'tlocit)? A railroad to Jitf:rsen would etf-ctnally cut oil St. L "Uis, give us oue hundred and fi'ty tbouxand bales ot cottou annually and plaod u in direct cioimuuicati.in with the immense business of eastern 1 x is. Kaaxvlllo aad lurlaaatl Hsalkera. lue K Xif.lie Times, of Thursday, bat this in rel tion o tbe connection iiamed ab Vr : " Knoxv lie bas at length awakened to ber seus-f ot du y with regard to the mu-:r v desired conuec'im with tbe Cmcin nan S u bero railway, by wav of tbe moat d su able route, and tne ball has beeu set in ra itioa by tLe ori n xit'on ol a slo.k com pany entitled tbe Kai.xville and C ucinn-ti railioid compauy. At a meeting of thesto.k hold"r ot tbe company, in tbis city, Tuesday, (ha tit V'-n'b loi'.itjt, the t llowing iteutlemeu were elected directors: D. A. Carpenter, pre ident of the KooiviHe fir 1 invurante 0 m pae; VV . VV Woio'rutf, M. J.Cooda, il. tl'iilH 1, and VV. K Tudle, president of th Ka. iville iron e mip iny, ot ton city j lion. R. K. U.rd, of Kiaue coonly; Captain U.S. Cuaaiberlain, previJent ot the H ane iron e mploy, ol Chattanooga; William llioi", ot Aodeisjn county, and Hon. J. O Sjolt, president of tbe Oikdale iron work", in H iane county. At a meeUng of tbo directors, held yesterday. D A. Cr penter was t It cted pirsideat; H. S. Cham-b-rlaiu, viee-juesidept ; W. W. Woodruff, tresturer, and 11. C Aid, Secretary. The boi ks of the company are now 0( en tor sub aenpdons to block, nd we hope our ci is ns will give these gentlemen nf.iterial aid in t: i important undertaking. As will be recng nuvtd at a stance, the enterprise is in tt.e bauds of solid, substantial and represent ative m-'n. They make a start in a manner tbat signifies tuey mean business, and it see (us the day is not iar dis'ant when Kiox Title can buve tbe desired railroad connec tion, if our bubioes men will enlist thorn elves in tbe " " A I'tUil. To all wbo are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of loutb, Dei tout weakness, ssarly decay lossot manhood, ta., will send areclpa tbat will eura you, IHtK OV CH4.HUK. Ti'i treat remrOy waa dlaoovsred by a mlaslooary In Boutb amerlea. Bend a elt aeira-d nvelnia to tb Be v. Jossi'l T. IMVaa, U'.h It , yrM. tnrt jrv IVIIal.ld .Representing: 'na etiolcst seleoted Tortolse-aUell aud Amber. Tha llbteat, handaoiBSMS and strang est known, for sale In Msmpbls by C. L. BTHD x CO., 27S Main street. FINANCE A1ND C03111KKCE. FIN A t'E. In the banks and oa the street yeeterday tbe quietude was too complete for any news of inttrest to be current. Exchange 10 plen tiful supply but unequal distribution; money little wanted and easy. Tbe New Yoik Bul letin, of Wed. eeday, remarks: "It is a trib ute to the strength of the bulls that witbin two months tbe leading stocks have fallen 10 to 45 points wuboot a suspension. Sbomd to-day's turn prove to be the final one, it is doubtful if the market could advance oni- quarter as much aa it has declined without many 'bear failures. JNew iork txenaoge waa quoted to day as follows at tbe places ntm-d: Sivannah hnvini?. 3 16: KfLlrg. 516 premium. Charleston, J premium; X premium. New O leans oiumerciai, par; bnk. 250 premium. St. Louie, 75 premium. Chicago, 6075 premium. Boston. lOi discount.'!. Exchange at nur banks quoted at H discount on New iork and ocber prominent eastern points; with three days' grace, 4 discount; sell ing at if premium. Oa New Orleans, M discount; selling at par. Money is loaned oa short date at 8 per tnt. Shelby county scrip in q 1, ted at 95 baying, and 979a sell ing. Saelby county bonds, six percent., at 93. Lvt tales of MempuU gat stock at 7576; 01 Bank ot Commerce stock, at 91; of SSuie bank stock at 95; of Mississippi and Tennes see first mortgage bonds, at 123. MEMPHIS BANK CLKAB1N03 Clennmt. Balance. Mm f a a u Tin nn s 8l.ne,4 27 Tbus far this aeek 410 b 14 4rt 1H4 4H1 69 Same time last week.. 810 2 it) 21 2'io V ri Same Urn week betore. 647.3 iH 21 214,8a B I BY TELEGRAPH. ! PARIS, May 14. Rentes, 85t. 353. NEW ORLEANS, Msy 14 Sight ex change on Naw York. 12 50 per 1000 premi am. Sttr.iDg exchange bankers' bills, 485. LONEON. May 14. Consols, money, 99 7 16;ac-ouut,99 9 16;new5j, 105;4s. 110; 4s, lU'JH; Illinois Uentral. 1W3; rennsi vama Central, 53; Erie, 35j; Erie seconds, 89$; Reading, 2i. NEW YORK, May 14. Money. 53 per cent., closing at 3 per cent. Prime mer cantile paper, hh per ceot. Steiliog ex changebankers' Dins dull, 485J; demand, 4r58. D-y goods impoits' ortbewerk.fi, 938, 000. Government bonds quet but eteaoy; Uuited States coupons ot 1881, 106J; n. w 5s, 102; new 4J. 109; new 4-, 107B; Pacibu bsof 1895. 125. bUte bunds ou ; Louisiana 1 consols, 46; Missouri, MOM;; St. Joseph, 106'; Tennessee 6, old,H5: Tennessee 6s, new, 27; Virginia 6, old, 22; V rgmia 6s, new, 22; Virginia con sols, bO; Virginia consols preferred, 107. R.llroad bonds were active, but somewhat irregular. S ock speculation was irregular and unsettled in the euny dealings, but in the late transactioni a strong tone prevailed, and tbe best Kgnrts ot the day were gener ally current at the close. At tbe opening prices advanced 4 to 2j4 percrnt., tbo latter Canada 8 utheru, out ine market sooa ba came weak and a decline of 4 to 1 per cent, was recorded. Daring lue aftenoia a strong buying movameot was inaugurated, and resulted in an advance ot J to 'S per cent., the coal stocks, Cioada Southem und Pacifij Mail leading tbe improvement. Tbe advance was well maintained to the close, but an unsettled feeling sul prevails. Transactions aggregated 437 000 saares. of wbicn 10 000 were Canada Bout her r, 1700 Central Atsma, 74,000 Lackawanna, 9500 Delaware and linos n, 110 000 Erie, bOuO Manmbsl and- Bt. Joseph, 7500 I -on Moun tain. 16 000 Kansas and Texas. 29 0: 0 L ike Suore, 5000 Michigan Cebtral, 15 000 North western, 2i I 00 New J"rs 'V Central. 4000 New York Central, 50o0 Northern Pacific, 6500 Onio and M asiasippi, 7000 Ontario and w-Htern, 1200 St. Loots and Sail Francisco, 12 000 Pacific Mail, 10 000 Rsadmg, 27.000 St. Paul, 29000 Wab.ah Pacific, 15.000 Western Union and 1500 TJnjon Pacific. The closing Quotations were as follow.: Central PaciGa bonds, 112; Union Pacjifi : tirsts, 1128 ; Union Paciho land grants, 110; Union Pauitio sinking land. 115jsj orfVred; Lebigb and Wilkesbarre, 113M;St. Paul ai d Sioux City firsts, 101; Chiiio, C lumbus and Indiana Central firsts, SO,1; Chicago, Cslumbus and Indiana Ontrai seconds, no nie; Erie seconds, 88; Rock Island, 184 ffred; Panama, 189; Fort Wavne, 118: PitUburg. HOJi: Illifois Central. 103M: CuicagO, Burlington and Qnncy, 119; (Jul cago and Alton, 114' Chicago aud Al ton preferred, 120; New Yoik Cen tral 125 tffered; Harlem. 180; Like Snore, 102; C-ada Southern 52; Michigan Cen t's'. 80 : Erie. 36H; Erie preferred. 58; Not i western, 894; N trhwestern pre ferred, iu: st. ru., tsjb; 01. raui preferred, 100; St. Paul and Minneapolis, 48i; St Paul and Sioux Coy, 37K; St. Paui and sioux City preterreri, i;; Uciaware, La ka anna and Western, 77; Mom "d E-sh'X. 105j Ddlawrs a-id Hudson. 724"; New Jersey Central.68,38; Reading, 47laf"; Oaio and Mirgiusiopi, 26, Ohio and Mi-iaiasipoi preferred, 7l-; Chesapeake and O'io, 16; Mobile and Ohio, ldi ; Cleveland and Uolum bus, 70; Chicago, Columbus and Iadiana Central. 10; Ohio C-ntral. 15; Like Erie and Western, 23; Ontario aud Western. 27jJ; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and North ern 63; Alton and Terre Iiaute, 14; Alton and Terre Ha ate preferred, 0; Wabash, Kt. Louis and Pacific, 30; Wa bash, St. Louis and Pacific preferred, 5S; Hannibal and St. Joseph, 263: Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 63; Iron Moun tain,. 41$"; St. Louis aud San Fraa csco, 29; S;. Luis acd San Francisco pre lerred,4'2; St. Louis and San Francisco, first preferred, 60; Caicago, St. Louis and New Orleans, 25; Kansas and Tex is, 31; Union Pacific, S3; Ontial Pacific, 63; North ern Pao'fl( 22; Northern Pacifio pre ferred. 41; Lou.sville and Nssbville, 120; Nashville and Chattanooga, 69; Louisville and New Albany, 90; llojstoa and Texas, 54; Western Union Telegraph. 100; At lantic and Pacifio Telegraph, 39; Paoific Mail. 34; Adams Express, 114; Wells and Farm Kr. press, 106; Americm Ex press, 54; United States Express, 43; Quick silver, 9 tffered; Quicksilver preferred, 60; Cariboo, 2; Leadville, 2; Central Arixona, 4; Home Stake, 32; Standard, 23 ott'ored; Exuelsior, IS; Little Pittsburg, 106; Ontario. 30. cut roar. Tbe telegrams looked better yesterday. Taere was generally a firmer tone lu tLe maikett; qiotatinns were everywhere main tained. Iu our market there was a good de mand trom exporters aod an. increased fiim nessia prices, q lotatiom beiug real z d and closing firm wanout change. The Nw York Bulletin, of Wedoesday, reports: ' Ou tbe speculative mai ket there bas again bien qaite an active movement with tome little irregu larity on values, but tbe general tendency to ward a recovery on tbe late break. Contrary to previous report and belief there appears to have been rather more doing in the way cf selling the market oflftban stOJvn on the sur face, and to day tbe shorts were evidently a tr:fla alarmed either over the heavy margin unexpectedly gained on the firm toae ot Liv erpool and there was a pretty good demand to cover. In addition to this also was a teei log tbat lor a quick turn small veutmes 00 the 'bud" side would not be amies and a great many orders of this kiod have come in troiu buyers wno were buyers for no other reason toao the belief that th J recent sad den drop must Gad an offset in a momentary reaction at least. Taere was also cots derable cotton taken by buyers wbo are considered as leading actors on tbe 'bull' aide, nnd of course this was attributed ts aa eff irt to fur ther concentrate supplies against a future eqaeiXJ. YexUntny. .. K r? Kts .. 7a - .. hi .. rr in .. rriO-4 .. 6 1 1 .. iHl&s .. a I Its .. Nominal. .. t-irlO iry before 71 -,Vi H ff tsKa 74 ft rt t-14 (r 11I3 ? ion irll - l?ll8 -UiUs Nominal. -210- inferior liusty Low oidluary Ordinary Uood ordinary... Low niludtlnK--- Mlildilns- Uuod middling... Middling fair r-dr Clean status Market steady. Sales, 2000 bales, 1550 to exoorters aud 450 tospinneis. Week's sle. 70J3 bales, inclu ng 5125 to exporters, 1500 to spinners and 375 t speculators. CuTTON STATEMENT. Stock, Peptenitmr 1, 187U- Received to-slHta. 144 Ueeelved prevlJualj 400.243 . Shipped to day Shipped previously. .... 1.210 ....841.4.et dtock, running socount 1MPOBT8. Thus tar this week Tbus Iar last week Blue September 1st oaMJiH 1,403 1 1HH --400.81-7 Me-nphia and Charleston R B.... 7 SUmisnlppl and Tennessee B R. 7 Louisville, Nashville a d (it. Southern R, K. 44 Mempbis and Little Hk h. k 7 Ptducab aud AlempbiaB. B. 8 tileamtrs 40 aguus and other souroes 25 Total..... 144 EXPORTS. Tbus far this week 7.140 Tuus Iar last week H4I4 aluoo beptemuec itt 842 0ts Msmpbls and Charleston B. B 0U5 Misnlitslppl and lennessee B. B V54 tueaiaer nor.b 244 bteam ars loutu 17 Total 1.210 BY TELKGRA PU. Tne following are the latest telegrams of th domestio markets, as reported yesterday to the coltnn exrhn-P: lAMttt Vie HickUing. 886 400,887 4r0,778 a4'.7trl jr M wkt. Sec'prs Ka7 lTt Quiet. 90S bieady. JJiU Puil 17() Oa-el 24 Nominal .... 4 'let. 780 1 mi I. 22 Turn. rvji 8'eady. H2x THill. U7 O dVeKlllll N Orleans M blle Dsvannih. ....... I'h'IISMttMt WOnm gun..... Norfolk Btuoilura , N' Turk 8 ailuo. fm mlelohla.... 11 - IU it's im ilis li4 11 11-1-i lis lit Tbsloliowing are tAeNew York spot quo tations for yesterday : Ordinary, 9c; good ordinary, 10"; low middling, 11 5 16?; mid dling. Il 11 16 ; cnod middling. 12 1 16 -; middling fair. 12 13 I61. At 10:40 firm; 2:10,ifir.n; 3 00. firm Stock, 183 42V Wes, Sales. 1740 bales, and coutracta 500 ales.'' t j The tone nt tbe future market wast aa fol low: At 10:20, Pady; 10:29, stesdy; 1-K35 barely s'endv; 1:20 steady; 2:28. steady; 3K)0. firm; 3:30, firm. Sales. 121.000 bales. The following shows the closinu Quotations of fu'urps in tb New York market, yesterday: MoiU.hu. latlerday. TT"87311.S rT117i ail 78 en 84 11.8"rMI 88 ltf 819)10 8 10 7110.73 10 7110 78 lu.77a0.82 Day before. "TT.B7rill 59 r?ll Ml 11 673 1168 11 7 " rTI 1.74 11 84f?ll 85 10Hai0.88 M.67010 68 ioriios lo.69a 107a May June July August , Sepieraber.. Oct. ber November. . December. . January Toe following is tha New Yo k com par a t'Vfl cotton stat-mont: Net receipts at all United States ports.. .'. 25 000 Same week last year vl.000 Total receipts at all U. 8. ports to date.. 4.701.000 Same date last year 4,3iH.OO0 Exiairts from all U. S. ports for the week. 88,000 fearne week laet year 45 000 Total exports from C. S. ports to date... 8,344 000 Same date last year 8,234.000 Stock at all V. S. ports 4X1,000 Bame time last year : 284.0O0 rtork at all Interior towns 8YU00 Same time last year 88 OoO Stock at LlverpooL 606,000 Hame time last year 60 it. OOO Stock or American afloat for Gt Britain.. 2' 8,000 Same time last year 180.000 The New O leans market c'nsed steady at Uc lor middling. Sales. 4650 bales; re ceipts, 902 bates. Stock, 151 093 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesferday re ported cotton firmr: middling uplands, 6 11 16J; O liana, 6f. Sales, 8000 bales, of which 5900 bales were American. Re ceipts, 2800 oales, of which 2t'0O were Amer ican. Liverpool market for futures oppned firm; May, 6 21-32 6 11 16f; May June, 6 21 32i; June-July, 6 21 32, 6 11 16d; Joly-Augnst, 6 11 16d; Angust-Septeojoer. 6 23 32, 6f; September O rob-r, 6 21 321; Oc'ober-Mo-v rnber, 6 ll-32d; Nrvember-D-cembtr, 6'J. At 4:10. May-Jane, 611 16J; July-A-.gust, 6 23-32 J; October November. 61; November December, 65 161. Manchester yarns and fabrics were qaiec and steady. Tbe following is tbe Liverpool cotton state ment: ShIps for the week, 40 000 bales; Amer ican, 31 000; speculators took 2000; exporters took 5000; forwarded from ships' side direct to spinners, 15.000: actusl exports, 11,000; total receipts, 35 000 American, ?8 000; total stor k, 696 000 -American, 46 000; amount sBiat, 401.000 American, 209 0C0 The movement at tbe porta were reported as follows- Thi Wetk Laxt j Hs k j 2" oaa 47 i88 2ri,4.3 Thi Wetk Lat Year. Beceltts for4 days tip's in Q Britain fcxp's lo Cnntin't Stock on hn' d j 24 9o3 6-,3 7 2.x8V UH.BH2 6 188 481 4o 5H0 847 294.407 t'oiai i. e. ijjla ai an U'OieO S 'ea purls, 4,701,150; same Hate 1878. 4 343 923; same date 1877, 4.121,803. Iocreaaent receipts at Uaired Stares porta thia vear, 357,227. To'nl -t-ck at all ports, 481,468. against 294,407 same time tbe year btre: in 1877, 830,417. cjexkuaL tbadk. In tbe general market yesterday there was no great interruption' of the general qoiet. Corn was in good demand, aod higher. Bran sold lower; the demand is light and prices weak in first markets. Cornmeal was in much better demand, and the supply was short; tbe Memphis mill was grinding; sales brcugbt better prices. Hog produce was snff r at iully tbe quoted rates. Eggs worked up another bait cei.t; some hoider demanded VZz. Batter has declined, and margarine is also lower. Chickens were in moderate sup ply, and showed more firmness at unchanged q dotations. Quotations below are for round lots at the landing and the railroad depots, and in elude neither drayage, storage, nor other expanses outside of the bare freight and charges up tv the time of arrival. Jobbing and store sales are at higher rotes, as they include dratage, storage and profit of the dealer. Feed Corn sales of 65 and 75 sick at 49o. and 150 sacks at 43. Oats making 4t42;; 10 store, 44 t5; Bran salj ot 80 8seks Bt $18: in storrf, $1 05i 10 per cwt. Uay If 14 19; in store, f ll 20 Floub anb Mbal. Flour superfine, $4 4 25;ex'ra, $4 50ld4 75; d nble extra 4 75 4 85; treble exrra, 5.255 50; family, S5 75; fancy. 16(36 25 Cornmeal hinher: 300 barrels sold oa landing Thursday even ing at f 2 yesterday dray load lots at S2 20. aod 150 barrels Ohio river common, to arrive, at f 1 95; jobbing from store, $2 25(3 2 30 Vegetables. Potatoes in store, f 1 1 25. Hew potatoes, 2 503 a barr-i. Onions in sto-e, cnotop. pw. f J 75(34 a b rel. Stringbeans, f 1 50l 75 tor two third bushel box1. FnorT9 and B series. Oranges impe rial. 737 50 per oox. Lemons Paler mo., f44 50 ner bar; Messina, Ifo per bnx. Bananas tlMZ a bunch. Dried peaches. 9a a pound. Nuts Peanuts Red. 4H6 : Virginia 77j per pound. Almonds, 21(322.3 per pound, fecans, 12CS1SJ, according to aize. Brazil nuts, 10H'- per pound. Filberts, lii per wound. Walnuts, lbo per pound. Cocoanuts, 5. Eggs and Bottkr. 77s . .higher at llc. Butier common, 10c; medium, 12 (fitie! p.hnieA. 1820. Olenmar rartna in store, T718j p-r pound. Poultry. Chickens, 2 753 50: spring chicken. $23 75. Ducks. $2 503. Geese, f33 50 per dozen. TurKtus, $9I2 per doxen. Hoo Produce Pork clear Bides, lcose. 6:; clear no, loose, 6 ?; sbouiders,ioose, 4s Sugar-cured hams, packed, 910i. Mtss vork, Sll 2o Bacon clear side, pack ed,7-; ciear no, 7c; 8touldpn.5c. Lard tierce, WSlft ", palls, eetjj. LiBOCKiuu Coffee. 12S(14i lor ordi nary, 150 i6o tor ta r, 1617a lor good tair.lStAlOy'J forcboice. 2'ea imperial, 55 90;. Mice Louisiana. 7); Carolina, 78j. Salt per dray load, from store. ft bU uer barrel; coarse, per saca,sl oo(ai 4U; hue, f 1 6il 75. Sugars Louisiana open kettle, 88n: ypliow claraStd, 99c; white clar oeo. 910o; cut lo-t, 11 ; gran ulated, 1010o; powdered, 10llc. Molasses Luuioiaua sugarhouse scarce; 52 55o lor unfetmenttng. choice; r boiled cnoioe, 5155j; prime, 46 48; fair, 4245c; syrups, 45(E55c. Miscellaneous Hominy, $ 3 253 50 s barrel. Grits, $3 253 50 1 barrel. Cidtr Missouri, hnlt-barrtls, 4 755r 8 509 a barrel. White b ans m-oium, 1 50 1 65; navy, 1 751 85 Dried Apples, 8H 9j per pound. . Dr 'ud Peaches, 8(S8J pet pound. Millet seed. 9()9c a busbei. Hides, Leather, Etc. Oak sole, 3840 :; hemlock, 2733o per lb; barnesa, 36o9j; fk rting, 3a40-; French calf. $40t0 per doi-n; domestic call, $3045 per ucz?n Hides dry fliut. No 1, 18 ; No 2, 15 ?; dry salt. 14'; green. 67o; green salt. 9i. Sheep skins. 50.(3 -f 1 50. Talloic, 55o. Bees wax. Z0j. Wool Tub-washed. 4015j; unwashed, 2532e; burry. 1015j. Bauoiko and I ins Bagging Hix.lOVsIc; jute. 2 Ids., 1112o; miX'jd, U. Ties, f Z 7od per buudle. Twine, 180o pel pound. Limb and Cement Lime,' $1 a barrel. Louisvilie cement, $175 a barrel; R dale cement, $2 25 a barrel; Portland, $5 50. Memphis Itatly Cattle Market. Frey- & Seh.lilug, of the S mthern stock yard. North Second street, report that piices are firm at the quotali ins for all descriptions of butcher's cattle. Sheep are m ire plenti ful and are generally o lower. Ltriibs art also in better supply aud easier at a decline. Hogs are in' moderate rtqaest, with light supply. Small weights and gcol qaalii) only are salable at full prices. Cattle. Choice to extra corn-fed western. 4(g5c; cood to choice orn-f. d western and Texas, 44c; fair to medium corn-led w-dtern and lexas, 84;; oxen, smootb and fat, 3 (3 4; r muu ox. a and cows ii good- condoion, 34:; grass ted, fair to kOid, 23:; id tenor and common, 1J 2c; cows and ca ves, f I535 per head; caives and yearlings, $48 per bead. Hogs. Best selections, small weights, 4 4e; thin, light and common, 33c. Sheep Cuoice wool, 55;; clipped, good to cbo.ee, 44V '; common and me dium per head, f23. Lambs good to choice, 56i eros; common and medium, p.-r head, $1 502. nesaphlaUalljr HtrtesadBtleBsrket J. A. Forrest & Co., of the City stables, Monroe street, report as follows: M ules. Mules, 14 and 15 hands, $100 (3150; 15 and 15 hands, $115(3130; 15 and 16 bands, $130(3150. Horses. Good c rubination saddle and baruess horses. $135 175; good barney horses, $125(3150; good taim horses, $9D 115; good plugs, $65(335; common plug. $45(365; extra saddla and baruess horses, $!75ia225. BY TELEGRAPH. CINCIN-SATI, May 14 F.our stronger; family, $5(35 25; fancy, $3 40(36. Whet scarce and firm; cboue red, $1 13. Corn firmer; No. 2 mixed, 41c. Oats strong and hightr; No. 2 mixed, 37c. Rye steapy aid firm, 94(395a. Barley in fair demand; extra No. 3 fall, 9092c. Pork demand light in- holders firm, $10 75(311. Lsrd quiet, 6 90 J. Bulk meats stronger, 46 Ba con demand fair and market firm, 4. 6 90 (37o. Whisky active but lower, $1 05 Butter steady; choice weaf rn reserve, 15(9 17.; choice central Ohio, 12(3132. NEW ORLEANS, May 14 Flour qiiel and weak; superfine, $3; double extra, $4 25 (34 50; treble extra, $4 75(35; high grades, $5 25(35 75 Corn steady with a lair de mand, 62(3 54a. 0t ac'ive and firm, 41c. Or n meal firmer. $280. Hay steady; prime, $20; choice. $23. Pork quiet, bat Aim $11 25. Lsrd firmer; tierce, 77o; keg' 8o. Bulk meats scaree and firm ; shoulder, loose, 4ci packed, 4o; dear ribs, 6c, clear, 6o. Bacon steady with a trood de msnd; shoulders, 4c; clear rib, 7?; clear, 7c Sugar-cured cams fn good demand; Csnvssed, 910e. Whieky steady; wes tern rectified, $1 051 10. ColT dull; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 1315. Satrar quiet; oommon to g'wi common, 6 1&:; fair tofn'lyfair. 7K 79ic: pnme to choice, 78c; yellow clsr.hed, 8sjC Molasses dull, market bare of all grades ex cept inferior and common ; quoted, inferior, 15s; common, 35j. R:ce iu pood demand; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, 56c. 8T. LOUIS, May 14. Flour nothing do ing. Wheat lower; Nt. 2 red. $1 11 cash, tl 111 11 Mv. $1 051 05 J'ue. 9595- July. 9292o A 011: No 3 r-. $108 bid. Cirn loe,; 8435jcaih, 34343 May, 343I J""'. Oa's dun; 30i bid cash, 3b : Jaae. 25c July. Rve u rn. 90i. Barley jj rn-rktt. Hotter dsiry, 17(319o. Eggs, VSz Whisky steady. $1 07. Pork firu-; 10 50 csh. $10 72 Jaly. D j salt m?at, -1 '?6 256 30 6 456 50. Bicon firmer, 4 65, 6i357, 7(37 25e. Lrd firm; 6 90s akd. NEW YORK, Mav 14. .lour steady; su perfine western and State, $44 85. Wheat fair dr mind; ungraded red, $120. C-ffe quiet; Rio. cargoes, quoted at 1315e; jib lots, 1317c. Sa?r quiet but heav; ; fair to good refining, 77 1116c. Mo lasses steady with a fair demand for grocery grades; foreign ae'ive and firm; Cuba, 50 degrees teat, 3536 i. . Rice demand fair and market fim Povk demand active; new mess, $1.1 2011 25. Lrd demand fair and market fim; prime steam, 7 25(3 7 30c. Whisky nominal; $1 12 bid, $1 15 asked. LOUISVILLE, May 14. Flour stead v with a fair demand; xt.ra, $4; extra familv, $4 50; A No. 1. $55 25; choice fancy, $66 50 Wheat firm; $1 05(3 1 07. Corn in good demand and prices a shade highpr; No 2 white, 4344::; No. 2'Tnixed, 404lo. 0 its dull; No. 2 white, 36:: No. 2 m xed, 35c. Rye strong and higher; No. 2 fall. 95c. Hay steady. $14(317. Pork in fair demand, $11 11 50. Lard steady, 7o. Bulk mente m t .ir demaud and market firm, 4 10, 6.42 63. Bcon active and firm, 4 75. 7 lu 7.50c. Sugar-cured hams. 910c. Whisky active but lower, $1 05. CHICAGO, May 14. Flour dull and nom inal. Wheat quipt bnt firm; No. 2 Chicago oring. $1 171 18 cash eerl May. $1 13 June, $1 071 07 Jd'v. 95j'August; No. 3 spring Cuicago. 9697 ; t j-xted, 80 88a. C m teady with a Jar demand; 37; cas, 3636i Jone, 3737 Joly; re j-etrt. 3oi 0t8 fi'mer; 3031o cash, ' 30301 June, 28.I-ly. R.e firmer. 8I0. Bar ev 6'rre-. 79803. P r ateady and 6-m. $10 40(310 45 ca-h, $10 45 June, $10 55(310 57 Jniv. $10 67 August. Lard fimer; 6 9i!6 95a rash end Jane. 7o Ju y. Balk meats firmer, 4, 6 45, t60a. Whifky steady, $1 08. Close. Wheat stronger, advanced o. C rn a'ronger. advanced Oata stronp and higher; 31cMy, 3Ur! Jnnp, 28c Ja y Pork s'rong and hither; $10 60 June, $10 70 bid .l ily. Lard strong aod higher, advanced .05c. DRY GOODS, BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, May 14. The paoknge trade remains quiet. Cotton goods are in light de mand, but agents' prices unchanged. Print are dull in first hands. Ginghams closely sold up and firm. Lwns and wide prints 10 far rtqaest and steady. Men's wear woolens quiet, but leading makes steadily held. For eign goods in hghr. demand. 45 Tears Before the I'ublic THE CENUIfiSS Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVEIi PILLS are not recommended as a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is beir to," but in affections of tbe Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and SicK Headache, or diseases cf that character, they stand without a rival. AGUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are unequaled. BEWARE CF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Zach wrapper bears the signatures of C McLanb and Fleming Bros. Jsay Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEXR.6 1H10S., ritkLursh, Pa-, the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled diilereatly but same pron nnciaticn. INVALIDS USD 0TEEB3 EEEXTXG 3 STRENGTH AND ENERGY, WITHOUT THE tTgE OP DRUGS. ARE KB QUESTED TO SEND FOB THE ELECT A IC - : REVIEW. AN IIXUSTsRATET) JOUI5 KAU WHICH IS PUBLISHED FOB FREE DISTRIBUTION. r TREATS upon Hj-ALTH, HTQTE5E, and Pby Oavl Caltare, and im A oomrlAia ncycloperdia nt mformtlon for lnvaUds and tooae who auaer from Kervotu, ExbaustirLg and Painfol DiseaMa. E7ry uh)s?sn thai bean opoa bealth aod human bappineaa, recelrea attntioo in Ua paacea: and the mac ques tions ankad bj aSerlna invalkls, wbo huTe d impaired of a cure, are answered, and valuable information im oliinia&ered to all wbo are In need of medical advice. 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(SsNTT-XSIKM -The demand for svil.n'e I.u R.lana Is Increasing ecnstantlj. Tbe ladles th nk ihers Is no medicine equal to It for Croup and Wtiooplue; Cough. C a. MARTIN, I lugglst. . Hold bv all Meie1n lealrre. mm COTTON GIN Clean the Sessd better, Run. Lighter, Olna Faster and Costs Less Money than any other Cln In the Marker. Fverymaohlne fully and legally guaranteed o t '"')-: These TTif111"" are made of the best materials, and the wrrmaiiAbipaiid finish are nnertxiled. Have boen awarded premiums at all th State tairs, Gocreia Altr-a, Texas, stcu Upwards of WC of our Gnra are In corustar.t tiae In the southern atotea, orer 1000 harln been so Id In 1172. Prloe List of Clnsv Feeders and Condensers Boxed ready for shipment and dclircred at oar factory. - Price with Price with V?. EUf Feeder Self Feeder am4 1 "ills. or Conucnaer. Coadiiicr. saw T5 00 $1(1)00 fL'3 U 9i " 67 tva x:e CO 114 50 40 j ot m to 10A 00 a M 11S 60 llfl 00 1T9 60 60 IX 00 ICO 00 3tt6 00 60 30 00 130 00 t 0 U 70 M ICO 00 00 1' t 00 10 44 1M CO 00 iM C ) tsvTTerms Rlvon on Applicatlona-Cl Trom IMS to H26 we mannfaeturfxl Omaat Colomfaos, Oa., vnJer the firm name Ct K. T. Tavxi ii &l Co., mltcT-w&iCa CucMOVii, Baowv 6l Co., and mado what was tden knovru as the Taylor Gin. During theyuir l?w8 we remc ved to this Es, where wenave beua vrcixiiT'-ly engraped in txnn ortiifr iiins erorslnoe. With lonx exrx. rlcnce, the lcst r MTtmr rii&chmcrr and skilled worlirucn. wejcescs a lTantapea not en Joyed by any ether macufactnrcr la our line, for prosiudnff the best work for the ixast money. Thn itimand 1 suit, tpw wax o irrcn t th.it neJ"Y & 0 ortlrri remained unflUed, but we hare dot-.Vd our nMnnferlurlr-a1 capacity and hope to be abletomt allc- rianda, stall it la the wisest plan to get your orcter a in early. Bend tor iunstrated pamp' ipiiletfrtTlnjriisr tviunt n'U srsiirtmtaia enterorlsinir rVvntcra. Fi-vcs,rirlnea from orer ouw ure, Avail OOiiisyli outflt furniahesl whei irA. Aduresa BKOW1M COTTON GIV CO rnif iq T A tjwtj nurr te fwrd on fan at Ooo. Ailvffi-tialnar Bureen n0 8Di-noe 8t.V where advtrtUlnii XstsVAsJ aa, AV f. KOWPll X Co lSt-wspepor contract inay do niaao luru a DR. WM. CAWEIN'S HALES1A ! a. lafaltlble Care Bad PreTeatlve for Yeli.w-feTer sat all Malarial aat C.atasTlaaa Ulaeaaea. DR. Wm. CAWEiNFs CHILL CURE For Chill. as iwiap fever.. P Elx doses will break tbe worst type ot Chills and '1 Fersr, lr dlrectloDS are strictly followed. BsT-Tueaa remedies ars purelj vecetable, and I aoniatp aomiDa poisonous. I W. H. WU.KIBSON dt COl, I Wboisaale DruiuUta, 1 8S-l.ataln street, Mora pais, Tsaa Coipg at Last K1VEK BKPOKT. JKlTer. sad Weatber. Tha following official table cives Dartica' Iars coDcerninir tbe condition of rivers and weather at all important points: OrnCB SI8N4I, Skbviob tj. 8. A. i ' Mmf B3. May 14, 1880. f Atwve low water. Cbaacea. Rise Fall Feet. Inebes I 27 T". 12 4 8 6 . 11 1 . 8't 10 . 4 . 6 7 . . ... 6 7 . Ktt 7 . 6 f . 1 10 . 2 n r. 13 10 . Itf 10 . 40 a . Cairo ClnelooatL Dsveriport. Dubuque Hxieoa Keokuk Leavenworth .... -Uti.e Rock Louisville ttrnaaala..... Nasbville t New Orleans.... Piiuburg tSbreveort...... ht Louis 18 8 1 1 "'i' l a n a 5 i 11 Vlcksour Below beoca mark. Below high water of 1874. X Low waier. bench inaik of 1879. Time. Bar. The1 Wind. Jf)1 Weather. 7111) in 29 P8 69 NE. Clear. 2:00 p.m. anvfl HH N.K. Kalr. 9.SJO p.ui. 0 03 71 NE. Fair. Mnxlmuin thermometer, 84 dtg. Ailuliiium ibermoineter. Oa dee. BT TELEG1APH War Dep't. Signal Skhtick, U. 8. Abxt, I Jbidat, JflhJ 14. 1880. 10:08 p m. Place of Observation. Bar. Th I Wlad. 1 Weatb- 05 d.E. Genua. Clear. 78 B Freb. Clear. 78 X. Brt-k. Fab. fiH N.K. Fresai- 69 N.K Frrsn. Fatr. 64 N.K. Gentle. Clear. 7rt K. Fresh. Tbr't'g. 78 UK sresb. Fair. 80 B. Gebtle. ralr. 7-j N 8 eresh. C eer. Chattanooga 30 11 Uaiveston.. v9l Indianola... Louisville... Memphis.... Nssbville... New Orleans dor, veport.. Vicksburg .. Little Rock 2H.K3 HO 2a 30.05 HO 15 j 94 29.9d 29 9i 80 05 CisciNNATi.May 14 Noon Kiver 12 teet 3 leches, and iallinsr. Weather clear and 4leaaaot. Arrived: Cons Millar, Memphis. Vicksbtjeg, hfay 14 Weather fair and warm: thermometer 66 detr. River station ory. Up: Glden Crowo, 8a m. DownrU. P. Schenck, 3 a.m. Pittsburg, May 14. Noon River 2 feet 5 ibchee. and tailing. Weather clear and warm. Niqht River 2 feet 5 inches, and sta tionary. Weather clear and cool. New Orleans, May 14. Weather clourly ted cool; thermometer 85 deft. Arrived: R R. Springer, Cincinnati. Departed: Port Esds and Dirges, St. Louis. Tbe Springer, for Cincinnati, and Jam;s Howard, for St. Look, are receiving to leave to-morrow. EvAKSViLLE.lMay 14. Noon. R vsr fall ing, with 13 feet on tbe ganue. Weather clear and coo!; thermometer 57 to 70 deg. Basioees lebt. Down: New Mary Houston, 11 a.m. Night Weather e'ear and warm; thermometer 78 deg. River 12 9 10 feet, and tailing. Business light. Hi. Louis, May 14 Noon. Rivsr falling. V eatiier clear aiid cooler. Arrived : Charles P. Cbooteao, New Or!ean; City of tl-een ville, Vickebnrg. No departures. Night iiiver fallen 6 inches, with 16 feet 8 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and cool. De parted: belle Memphis, Memphis. Lot:isviLi.K,Mayl4 Noon. River f al I i n g, with 7 i'c-f-t 4 inches in the canal and 5 feet 10 mchf s in the cLute on the falls. Business ood. Weather clear and windy. Arrived: 0j:dicg Star, Cincinnati to New O leans. .Vipht River felling, with 7 feet 2 inches in tbe canal and 5 teet 2 inches ia the chu'e ou tbe talis. Bueuips guoJ. Weather clear, cool and windy. Arrived: Andy Banm, Mem phis to Cincinnati; tollea Rale, New Or leans to Cincinnati; Tirgie Lee, Cincinnati to Memphis. Caibo, May 14 Noon.-Weather clsar and cool. Departed: Keblnr, ISew Orleans, 'ndnighf ;" Alps and tow, St. Louis, noon. ver 27 feet 7 inches, and falling. Weather clear; thermt raster Tt deir. Ax rivt.i: John A. Scu-1 -ec, St. Ln.ii!., p.m ; Grand Lake aod bir-es, iSt. L um, 3pm; Jsmes Warner, New O'. leans,' 4 p.m ; Wli Kyle, New Orleans, 7 p.m.; Gold Dust, St. Lours, 8 p.m. Departed: Grand Like and Oargis, New Orieacs, 6 p m.; J iaifS War ner, Ooio rivtr, 6 p.m ; Will Kjle, Cincin nati, 8 p.m. Moveaaeaia aa the levee. ARRIVALS. Commonwealth, New Orleans; Cty of Helena, St. Louis; ' James Lee, Friars Point; Charles Morgan, Cincinnati; . O Stannard, New Orleans; Katie Hooper, Arkansas river. DEPARTURES. City of Helena, Vickaburg; Charles Mor 7SD, New Orleans; James Lw, Friar. Point; Bdtesville, St. Francis river; 0. Sutoimrd, S:. Loui ; City 1 Vicksbarg, St. Lonis; Vint Sb.ib.kle, Cincinnati; Osceola BjUe, Oocecla. IS PORT. Josie Harry, Kstie Hooper, Marlin Speed. BOATS DUB. Doicn John A. Scuddcr. Up Golden Crown, Annie P. Silver. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. White River Josie Harry ,Milt R. Har ry, master, 5 p.m. New Orleans John A. Scudder, A. J. Carter master, 5 p.m. Arkansas River Marlin Speed, Ed Now land mesti r, 5 p.m. ' . RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Jane's Lee 470 sks cotton seed, lot sun dries. Charles Morgan 40 tons miscellaneous freiuhts. . Katie Hooper 57 bales cotton, 703 sks cotton-seed, 19 pkgs sundries. City of Helena 850 brls floor and rueal, 327 sks corn, 20 bzs crackers, 11 tcs lard. Commonwealth 25 bbds sugar, 30 brls molasses, 30 cases wine, lot sundries. Local fort Kate. - Business fair. Oa, the insufferable dust. Faint indications of rain. Tbu paikjta departed on time with fair trips yesttrdsy. The Annie P. Silver is due np to-day, bound for St. Louis. TbPkGolden Crown is du9 np this evening bound tor Cincinnati. Receipts yesterday by river: 57 bales cotton, 1173 sacks cotton-seed. A refreshing bretzs fanned the heated brows of levee habitue yesterday. Tbe . O. Stannard passed up yesterday "I'hout landing. She cleaned oat at Hope field. lue Katie Hooper bas laid np for the pres ent. Tne Mariin Speed goes out in her place this evening. Piaee d'armes was thronged with specta tors last night, drawn to the western edge ol town to witness tbe evolutions of the Cbicks. 1 he John A. Scudder, Captain A. J . Carter, is the Anchor-line packet this evening at five V!oc 'nr New Oi leans. George F. Baker is her clerk. lue Uay of Helena passed down jesterday morning tor Vickeburit with a good trip. She idiied twe nty-five tons freight at this place for points below. 1 lit City ot Vicksburg departed yesterday -veuii'2 tor St. Lnin. Sue added here 300 lalce cot oo .r"1" 20 000 leet lumber and a !ir tr n ot people. The Vint Shinkie departed yesterday even ng for Cior-i' catl with 4"0 bles cotton, 100 arrets oil, 30 tons olii iroi, 15,000 teet lam otr and a lair list ot people. Tne Merlin Speei", C-t-ti'ia El Nowland. s the packet this tvo.-iu at fivj o'clock for ill points on Aikansas river. Jimmy Thomp son is in charge of her office. Tbe lumber trade of this city is assuming ODSirlfcraOle proportions. Twocoosigcmentt vere shipped yesterdey by river, and bardlj i 'e leaves that has not oae or inpre lou Ol board. Ibe Jo lie Harry, Captain Milt R Harry en deck, is ihe packet this evening iX bvc o'c Ovt tor all points 03 White rivr, going tbr.uL ro Jacfcsonpnrt. Walker Oailaw presidts in her office. Much to the gratification of planters whom s pe water yet annoys, the river continues tr tirop right down. A fall of three inches is recorded tor the twenty-four hours ending at six o'clock last niiht. The Cnarles Morgan passed down yester day evening for New Orleans with 1600 tons of freight and 25 cabin passengers. Sne put IF here 40 tons ot miscellaneous freight and added 50 barrels of lime and several passen gers. Tbe Jim Lee getting away from port yes terday svening divided the attention of tbe immense crowd out to see the Chicks drill. The lUttler weot np to the mouth ot Wolf, and after getting straightened oat in the river, lit out for below in jast a little better time than anyone ever saw made from these bluffs, going out of sight frcm the foot ot Monroe street in six minutes and thirty sec onds. lc is to be hoped that the vicissitudes of the HAtcb.it river transportation compary tne past season will not deter other steamttiaL men from trying the trade when tbe water will serve. Mercbacts and planters aliLg that stream, lrom Bjlivar down, will cheer fully give a sbkre of their business, if not the whole, to a boat properly managed, and it surely would pay as well as some of the other lines out of the city. The experiences of the company managing the Poitevent should not be taken as a test,- trom the fact that there were doScnltiea in the way of this boat which will cot have to tie encountered by her suc cessor. A small appropriation from congress, which will most likely be secured, will render tbe navigation ot the stream sate, and there is certainly rniugh traffic in sight to warrant a small boat in bunting and working it np. rerssaal. Captain W. W.. O'Neill, a prominent Memphis eoal man, left on the Charles Mor gan i yesterday evening to have chat wits Captain B ltv Esell. at Terrene. Caotsvn J. M. Whitehill, at Arkansas City, and other lower-nver coal-tlt managers. Captain Joseph B. Whitney, who has been in tbe snagboat service since their introduc tion into western waters almost, is in tbe city, awaitioe the arrival of Major Benyard from Washington for an assignment to duty aa mate, tie was last on the ttee, in Ar kansas river. There has for a day or two been a little skirmishing between river and railroad pas senger agents, which appeared at nne period ton point to general engagement. The sharp shooters having boen drawn in, the opposing camps are temporarily quiet an armed neu trality being obetrrcd. Vicksbure Commtrc'eil, Thursday: "Cap tain Matt Williams ai d wife leave to-day on the Golden Crown. Mrs.- Will'nms is goii g to Evans ville to visit relatives. Cptaic Wit liams will go lo Pittsburg, or uutii be meets the new packet, tbe Dean Adams. She will probably leave before he can get there, as the river is falling fast, and she will be seat out immediately." Towbeats and Barsea. The Hop Loudon has arrived with another tow of stone. Tbe Nellie S peers is due down to-day with a tow of coal, bound south. The Dick Fulton arrived yesterday morn ing with a tow of fifteen barges of coal for C. B-. Bryan & Co., and left witb tbe balance of ber tow tor Captain J. M Whitehill, at Aikansas U.ty, yesterday evening. HOVIHEmoroVMNSTEAMEBt QuEENSTOWjr Mav 14. Arrived: Steamer England, New York. New Tore. Mav 14 Arrived: TTtoeia. London;' Nederland, Antwerp. New Orleans. May 14 Cleared: Steam ship Cordova, ship City of Mobile, Liverpool. Arrived: steamship Hudson, IN ew lotk. Nxw Orleans, May 14. Fifteen steam ships have cleared from this port tbus far this week for foreign and domestic ports. It is reported that the steamship Chalraette, ot the Morgan line, which left New York last Saturday, will endeavor, on her present trp to this port, to beat the famous run of the Cromwell steamer Knickerbocker, which was five days, t wenty hours and forty minutes trom New York to her wharf at this port. J. W. X. BROWNE, PLUMBER! IS prepared to do all kinds of work In this 11ns In a thorough and sanitary manner: gives especial attention to Hewer and Building Connections. Also, bas a lares stock of uf BriXTVRsVst. Gaa, Steam and Waier-tlttlngs and Fixtures. Humps, Hues, Bathtubs, etc Bas a large force of compe tent workmen All work warranted. Axeut for tbe Halladar w 1ND-JU1LL3. Orders solicited. BROWNE, THE PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street. J. F. JgllY & CO., 1X8 PKARL STREKT, NHV TOKK. Caftwa oa HnatsnatsArrlve. Orders executed for future delivery. JENNINGS' SANI1A&X L-EOI, A,U.JaitK!i, Manager, SABaeScznac ST-, New York. US JENNINGS' TRAPLES3 WATER CLOSET. PLUMBEEj' goods havtaf for their object cleanliness. darabultr, and exclusion of SE WSH OAS. Trastw's Sale. BT virtue of a trust deed made to Tbos. N John ston (n'iw t eeea-i). on tne 20 h dsyot tH eember. 187H by W. H. Lues., to cure certain In debtednesa tbere'n mentioned, and eeld trtis deed tx-lrnr duly recorded luthe K-gl-tr's office ot tie!t eouotj, Teiioesse, lo bpcklto 115. psses iSl and 242; and by virtue- ot a dicree tmj in tbe 'Bsro' w. B Usibmata vs W. B Lusas et l , et.tererl S1 -f April. 18HO, In tbe Hooor.,b'e Chanc-ij Couit ot bbi-lor uounty. Tennessee and MM m l bv Ihe Su preme Court of Tennessee a tie A-nl 'enn ttieoot, 180. and by wblcb said d-crbe tbe ui:oeraiime was duly appointed tnis'ee In tbe plaer.f u.e a d Tbos. N. Johnston. decea-HKl to xcu,e .-aid tmst. ai d whereas, oetault bavlrgb-en made of the uaj meot ol tbe Indebtedness the rtn securvd. I will, at tbe request or tbe beneficiaries therein named sell at puoil outcry, on the premises hereinafter de scribed, on " Statarday. Jane 5. 1 (, the following described property, situated tying and being In SbelDt county, Tennessee, city of aleni'inls. now known as tbe TsxUig-d otrlct, and dcMbe I aa follitws, to wit: Bring lot No on toe i.ortB eloe of Carroll avenue, e ty of sfemnbls now i axUix district, and fronting 47 feet on said avenue, and tunning bark 102 feet, the some being tbe prop ity sold by al Magevney to t-t. Peter's Literary as-ocla tlon, and by said Association sold to W. H Lucsa, tbe heuse on said lot of ground being No. 174 Car roll avenue. Also, the following described personal property: All tbe furniture now to said bouse laet above named, consisting of one parlor set of rnml ture, five bedroom sets of furniture; alsi nil tbe dlolug'onm and kitchen f urn it re, oin-lsllng of cups and saucers, d shea, one stove, cooking u ten-Mi-. ; In short, every, hlng now In said bouse 114 Carroll arena-. Terms of Sale Cash ; eqn'ty or redemption waived, and title believed to be perfect, b 1 1 -ell and convey as trustee only. J. tt. ItOWLKKS, Trustee. D. w. Siller. Attorney . POPTJXAB MONTHLY DRAWING OK THK Commonwealth Distribution Co. Authorized by tbe Commonwealth ot Kentucky, and Fairest In tbe World. At Macauley's Theater, In the city of Lonlsvllle, on 31 OH DAY, HAY 31, 18M. 0- These Drawings, authorized by act of the Leg islature of 18W, and .ustHloed by all tbe courts ot Kentucky occur regularly on the last day ot every month aun sys ex. tedi. and are supervised by prominent citizens of the State Tne Management call attention to tbe grand opoor tunlty presented of obtaining, for only 2, any of THK FOLLOWING PRIZES : 1 Prize 9 80,000 1 Prize 18,000 1 Prize 6.000 10 Prize $1000 each 10,000 20 Prizes SOOeaub 10,001 1100 Prizes 100 each 10,0K JOO Prizes 50 each 10.IXH rJOJ Prizes 20 each 12, IK 1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000 APPBOXIKATIOB TBIZIS. 9 Prizes SHOO each 2,70. 8 Prizes 200 each. 1.8O0 8 Prizes 100 each VO0 olO Prizes . S112.4O0 W hole Ticket. I Half Tickets, ! 27 TlckeU, 50. 66 Tickets, 10O. All applications for club rates sbculd be made to tbe borne ofllce. Full Ustoi orawlrg nubllslied In Louisville Carter-Journal and New Tors i-iraut and melted to a 1 t'ekei-bolders R mil Money by Mail or Express Ad dress H. M. HO A KDtl A W, o'trirr-J'iurnal Building. Louisville. Kentucky, or at N -s 807 and HOU Broao wsy, New Turk, or to Mo 6 West Court street, Mem bis. Tenne"fee. 37MFlacc,LOU!SViLLE,KY., Cures all of PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SEXVAL DIS A.SS. Spormatorrliea and Im potency, tbe rv.utt of -ietr-aburisj ia yotttik, iwoil txc-e-t in rusv tfvT ttin. or uifarr cau -, c4 prf' iuU-sjt iifof it H K-wiai; frJen: N viMstw. fecrnlnal Koii-lfns .Dlrht emit 'I: rT dreams). UiuiBc of ticht, Pffie ilt&ic. raj iecftlLfVcmT, PimpIeiOB Fft, Avn-ina l-t roxit: oi r'-iuht. Cuafuion of idf, beiual Powr. WLiaj rHajtr ifaprop-T or ohapriT. Ujortioet.i t-- p Ji.r cyi-l. SVPHlL IS lo-i"-' comi "U " dreir sm.ii-Bte rrr..-n luo .ju'ui, OonorrhftR . GIjEJETs Stricture. Orxoiii. ffrrJ., t.f iiuw, '4itaDi-:iierpri'teiliase q st. klj rei. It In Bfl -savi leiot thfit aphy bVUi.j" r rlwWrTiek. ix. & certin csv ot di-sease. nl irea iur tu -Juas tissu 9' T. acquire. tremtskUL PhVsitiaB" U"wIrc. TartvRes rrxit'imeml p"roQ lo iT enri-. W h'i U i (-j'-cnTtcn-iiL a risut the ciif for treaticenit, mtilctor en b sTvmrsjj mmu sattlj by suil or cxpren n w nrre. Cares Gtiaraatood In all C&sc under taken. M t M luusuutlous perwiia!ly tff sttsr fr-s mjifl lovi'sj. CharsjM resUtXLswke ud corrupoti4eTut gtria'lj ocudd4svia A PRIVATE COUNSELOR. Cf 300 pr;ef ts-nt to any vdrlrr., m-nrt j Iar tSOi csjus. Sbottld ba rrad bv all. AoJrtii as a-Kirfc. re hours, fer.ru W ' S'-t.'lasa L j. Inman Line Royal Mail steamers Hew Tsrk ta Qaeenstowa A. Ll verrof NOTICE The Steamer of tuis Line tke Lieu, tenant Mauri's Lane route et all sfa-ns if liieyear, Crrr or RicHwoNn, Saturdav. m y '. n' H i.m. ClTT or Cbsstkk ria uril..v. Mat 2i). al II) a u. ClTT or Bbcsskls Tbuisdav. jure 3. hi 2 i.ra. ""1TT or BR1-IH. Saluinay. luri' 1'2 rt 8 rn. Crrr OF MONTBkAL,, Tberodsy, Jui.a 17, 12:0 p.m. From Pier No. 87. North liver, tool oi tbHrimust. Cabin pasAage 8HO a d IMi Ke'.u.n tickets io favorable terms. HTEKHAHE S'Jh raloons, stale rooms, sroosing and bathrooms amidships. JOHN O. D4LB, Agen', 31 : B.-eedway. N. Y. JOHN LOAnUK. enrner Causey and Ltnden streels. i n moors; ir Mm ire w.-n.M. t.- To Change Business! Selllor: Off Mj FnUro Stock MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS 1 AT COST, SAM'L MAT, ' 235 ITain Htrert. Financial. WILL sell Interest of S40R0 In oris rf tbe best manufactures et patented CHsIRd AND CBADLK8 In the conniry. If application Is made aarlv will give discount on abo.a For rartlculais I U. W. ALB.A.XBJS, 80 last Market street, Indianapolis, Ind, M.m - o r M 3 ; AX 'J l , y c. a. R. L COC K. I COCBRAX. AICFACTTJBKBJs OW Lumber, Lath and Shingles, D)sra.8aaa aal Bllads. aad all Uad. .f fSsehlas; Beses, Offlcw and Yard, foot or WaaHnten st. I Saw and PlaidntT Kill?, North ea3 Kary Y SALKSBOOM COHNEB OF UNION AND FRONT STBTT1ST3. nentphl TMM.se 175-177-179 main St.. Memuliis, WHOLESALE AND BBTAtL DEALERS IN i Carriages, Buggies, Wagons! ASD ALL KINDS OF ...... AND WAUON 3IATEBIALS 1 We bave recently greatly enlarge 1 our Storehouse, and added to onr former stock a rail 11ns of BBIOLES, COLLARS, 8ADLERY AND UABHES8 11 AIID WAKE AKD 3IATB1AI of all kinds. Qeneral Agents for tbe Celebrated , . Blilbnrn and Tenjiestaoe Farm Wao-ons ! A. C. Trdwell. A. It. Tread well. 8. . TreadwelU ilia Cs J! W JJL OLE flAT.-m GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS No. 11 Union street, Memphis. Tp.nn. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. GEKEBAL Harteinicilliirsllipliils AND A Sit oa3aa. JSJL 5 Is. a. aa. o A large stof k of Planters' Hoes, Cotton Scrapera, Grain frudl s, reapers and Mowers, Wheat and ',orm mills llrehnm Hills, Belting', Uope, Sletals, Iron, Horse anrl Molis Shoe , Carpenters' aiid Biack stnlthb' Tools on ua&U. Too. 310-.1 2 Pront sree MTOTihiq. Tenn. JUL. C. PEAHCE. PEARCE, SUGGS & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, o. 25S Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. pyfPwf-ticvili.f ttsvstov V ft ll to thss wa. nt Cntnn..,Tl C. B. Moore. OORE, BASSETT & CO Soalers lxx Doors, Sash, Blinds, ioldings, Lumber, Isath. and Sliingles, ej rsrsst-n IV Our Eelluae Haller Is the best GIN for eotton before reaching ths saws. Has 12-Inch solid heavy brush, and gins very fast. Our Revolving baad and Condensers will clean en ton-of dirt and dust. tJ0r-order fi led promptly, guarant-eln t at sfsctlon. Bend for circulars. Refer to all using our tns B.J.SEMMES-&CO. SOIaI? pbopbietobs of Old Yannissee H TRADE REGISTERED. Old Kentucky SOUR iVIASH WHISKIES UDBKW STEWART, AIDBtlt D.tlWISK'I. r. H. HA fAJtV, Kw Urleaaa. neasphl.. .apb STEWART, GWYMEICO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Not). 356 1 358 Front HU, Mempliia, Tenn. A SI Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Paotors and Commission Irler c hants VPW Orlosna, Louisiana. ULl 8. Mil. AsfAiL UUll COHON AND- 300 FRONT RT. TrrEMPTTTS. V B IfuiiifKiimn of mn WerlrOn of Ctrcalar. MUU aad Cm Cat Hiw WbolMala TOcln fa: Rabber aad Iemthcrr BelrJ.a, Files. K err U aoela, M andrela, Caat naaks. Sswllanatn, TpMta, aad all Saw aad Plaalan Mill Happlle.; Sol. Msamfaarorw. of Lockwesd'a JTateat Sloued Clrcaw ?VRY SAW WAiUtANTEO. (Jarefo! atumtioa to repair vrark. Our New Illustrated Catalogue mailed, free on application. K. H. KHTEis, late Kate, riser Co. j asa. II. DO AM, Heaaphla, Team. ESTES,DOAKT & CO rtlaeeess.r to Eatr Flaer V Ca.1 WholesaleJGrocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Uerehanta, Nos. Hi And 13 Union Street,g Slempnis. cochrast: It. A. fOCHHAS. M CO, BASES, TRACE-LIIA1SS, DEAUBrlS IN L.. B ftUfjiCaN. . T. Baaeti. PRATT GIN CI No. 314: Front Mreet, MANUFACTURERS DEFOT Dao.Pratt Cotton Gins Revolving-Head & Eclipse Huller, Feeders, Condensers, river planters. It will separata the bulls from the saws. Revolving-bead, regulating seed board, extra Gin has no superior In clean eotton. Our Feeders MARK C FACTORS Curtis c Co. 811 to 819 TS. KACOfid 8L.. Sf. Tnl.. Ma. Dr. D. S. sTohnson's PBITATR Hedical Dispensary, So. 17 JEFFEKS0J STB EXT. Betw.ea Mala aad rr.ai, Hrmshl. rTjrriEIJHXD Ul lhrtai DB. JOHNSON is Miuoteaeo ui ill parties la terastesl as by far the most successful phrsnlaa tn ths troHtment of private or secret 1 seaars. jot, thorontch and permanent enres guaranteed in eveif sass, male or female. Reeent saees of Hononba and Syphilis eared In . fdw day, without Lbs o-e cf Berairy, chaoee of diet, or hlndranes from bos' Dees secondary Syphilis, the last vestlg. sraxnca'ed wot. Mt the use of mercury. Involuntary toesof etren stopped In a .host tiros taflerers frovt im potency jr loss of sexaal powers vectored lo free vbrie i. a ew weeks. VIoBras of Klf-aboae and ezeeeslvo esnery, saaertng trom spermatorrhea and lots ct ihrsicsJ aod mental power, speecLj and pernu. nsritly eared. Particular attention peJd to th. Diseasrs ot ffouien, and cures guantutsed. Throat aud Lbag Uisease cored by new Tenjefflee, Flies and old sores cured without the ussef eaaa. MorthsknUs. All eoiiariltatlons strictly eonfldsmtlal. ' Medic lues sent by exprsst ta all parts at atoaoiiit. try. Offlc boars from 8 a. m. to 9 p. . San days from tl to ft p. m. 11 H .IfSH -rIV ff ELMO LODGE! Lake Elmo, Minnesota THIS well known favortte summer resort all b. oneued J .a, i. ihm. l..ke F.imo i. u miles from Ft Paul, on me St Paul and Cote-go ttnllroad wbiob ru' six dsllr uatn. each way, and is beaucttu'fy stiusten. One bnndred end eitt acre. ot lawn and onodlanJ. Kb e-t .all a mi rowbnat la (be Piste. Elegant steam-y-cbt. -wines, croquet, billiards, bowling and gymnasium Elmo Lodtrs, -4 nam -d alter the Knt lb style, is n- w nel lar olkhed.and flrst-dsss luewry reeprec. 'Dtnlngro ra 50 by 80. with ample are ,m-i.odt'on lor 250 guests, ssrouods lUb'rd by ibe (anions Electrto lght. Smoni our patrons, ve rafer. .lib pleasure, lo tbe following prominent cltlza'-scf Meau hla: H. ;! Bnwles. Ms'or W. H -be, James K. Beasley, Jnmes isp.-en, J. M Fowlkee. Dr. H. 8 hiuti, a. S. rreadsreli. W a Williams, J bn B Bobloson L. B. M'Karlsnd. w. a. WbaaUej, A. Kalr. Juat-ob SpeoUt and Milt K Harrv r"? J RcDafdv Car tb btwssxjt and raruaiBl rurc ssf PaBlnaj Bmifwions nd Impotssncy by trm ooy art star, ySav, IHra. arytscatw t Unr pnm-iyi 4 af taw Daaassx Tas) t. m t last nwasdy a atwasWd w ta aa baa sm? hi . niisiaew, aast sVaaa assa avsBowfa tnta ta .rdiaarj- avMotei s? Bfa. Ta a-W sf uMtasat au I, aasi m aow a (araa rrcal a (. I faUa M-1 (A, Itsa. : M rv rr s-wsrstaat tw U laa sawssl. T. tal I rHmplat ftnac J HARRIS REMEDY CO. MPt) CHEMISTS. vasat stf atk f'l.kAiiail't'luA ,. QXBTHV 8PEKDTCTJR1 of Seminal Weakness, D Lost Manhood and ail disorders brooghi on by indlssretlen or exresa.. any drogirisi has the lngrs nenla IjH. JABOTS 4 CO.. nctw irisu nr.?, a iK ARKTSf vr.i El tSADS MARK rn.. eraeay an uofililng euro tor Seminal Weak nessk Spermator rhea, 'mpoWney, end all diseases that follow, as a sequence of Belf- StMiMA. aa I na. nf i Memurv.nnl-ersal "-.' IEF0IE TAIIHB.LaaoXudo. Palo li.AFTEl TAIllt. uc dttca, t) o.ue9of Vision, Pnrantu e u age, aod manv other diseases (bat lend to Insanlo tx OonsumMloo. aod a Pn-matuie Hi eve. full partio ular in our pamphlet, wblrb svs oesire lo send rres by mall u every o.e Tbe fpee Be M edict oe Is mM by ail drugxlsi at Si per package, oe six pm katres lor a. or win os sent tree oy uuui on receipt ox ia. money, by addressing TP K BT MFDICTNa CO.. N-. 10 Mcbanlc Block. Detroit, Mleb. Bold In Memphis by M. H. Koox and K. C Bitia i Wbnieesie h. fl w .i rv . J.risAHJBRTY &, CO Ind Xannfactarers or FUhertj'i Pataat F reserving- Casket or Corpse Cooler, 1T aad niH ORilwHU SIT., ff KbrHt. Wl keep on hand ful, Hues ot Metallic Solid quaes, trimmed In tbe highest styl. of an Co- f, S.11 -"m-" .i ' - - SIImS C '' f. White 8 ulpliur Springs Kontromerf ronnt y. Tirrials. THIS famous summer resort, tn lbs moon'alnt of Vintlnta, near 4lu summit ol tha llebeny Mnanialns. lo this county, hiving onoe'gorie many Improvements since Idet sasoa. and th. pe.prlioc basing beanroe laig lv Inteivs sd In tbe p rehae ot sioea a"d furnltur-, will siane neitu-r expense nor pa'nsln suia't,lng it- repuiHiioo as the lending wa ter n place of tiie Stale. Tbee eD'Inas a-, located near the lloeoftbe A. M. A O B S. 81 ml eow-etof Dncbourg, -i miles east ot Brli4. l, and -u.rourxVd by waierl". pl-c-s of nolo res rt This pace Is tb. most baodarmely improvsi. and affaMs ths largest a-vommodail-His of any place In Virginia. Tbe ebrap ral road fare and unusual low pr oe of bos d sniHild secure s larve pain niye Ibis e.on. Kxprees, teirgr pb. cost and II ael o.Tio s ere loo-ted on tne atou'Mit. Tbo wnters Ol tbets .prlng bnv. long beeo favorably known for 'belt brgleole P"or e.ties ih-y consist or raaia bold pui.pbuh (?PR1IS8, ONE Chaltbkatb and a PBSS-TuHB Spkinu. Viiioirsto ihe Monig-mery Wbit- null bur spricgs will stop at tbe Big Tui.net st-tion on tne a. M. s u U. U. disunca lr m the 8p-ln8s 1 14 mll.s, with whl.-b It Is connected by a uew branch narrow gaugs rallaay line, and in less than lea minute, arrive at ihe Reeeptlnn Hi nse ot tb. cprlngs. These Springs wn open Pint of June tor t'ie rei-eptlon of visltois. Board as low s aiiy other flrst-elass waterli g place lu Virginia Secia' rates will be mid fir lara. parties. Ball8nt pbisl 4 m, Dr. James M'KenC, of Virginia, for artb-r Infor matl'm. (1c1rJ-s TH-s WliSPN P-r-'.. TH I uTt.rv'a m A K Pursuant to tne terms of a de-tf ot trust mwt. u r t-e, i c A Taylor, on :be serono day v. peoruary. 172, to secure a certai" Indebtedness toerela nsni'd 1 will, on ST. BDAY. Ihe loth day ol Hay. 180, triors the courthouse donr In the city or rem obis (now Taxlng-dlsulct). Tennessee, sell for exeh. to ths highest bIJ.'er. ths fullowl'-g described property, ' conveyed to me In Ihe deed Hfiresald. w i-cb deed is recorded in book No 85. pwgs 175 In tbe Hegls'er's flics f Srielby coumy: Part of block sixty one ;H1). sltUMied on tb. north side of Beats street. In tha clij or Meitipbts, rhelby couoly, TenivssM. and more partteu arly desenbeo a fi.liosvs: Beginning 22i feet se t ot the western line of tbe right ot wy of Ihe Memphis and Cnarlenton Hallroad ibssams being 25 tw-t, at r'ght ang'es, itet frrm tbe center of said ratlrvu); tbeoos north al rlgbt angles slib Beale street teet to a aiake on tbe bouuoars line of -aid rail 'Oid; ti,n-e d.g eest with tb. b"Ondary line or said railroad IKifl? reet to a -take; tbeneevest txrailel wlih Beale stieet H2V feet to a sake; tbence enutb 8 di-tt west Hb reet to a stake In the nortb line of Beale street : tbence west with tb. north line ot Beale street HO feet to the beginning, and being tbe lot onr veyed io nld Tal r b- W B. Waldran. July i, lHrtrt The mle to said property IS believed to be gono, but 1 convey m,ly as trif-e, April , I HHP. I, WKVN'ir Tnulxi. fAlflftlQUNT. A SCHOOL FOB TOtrvQ H DIK3 tTD ATTSJ ti. on I be Cumberland PiHteau, To"a. Acessslbl. by rail from all polnia. A location unsorpawwd fur besltifuloess ot e lcnste and rx-auty of scenery. 8-eond Tun, IH-0. begins Au-ust tjm: closes Deo ruber Into, s.xo-nses tor bait year, S147. Summer 1 aim of alualo foe sUiueuU not enlarad for illeiary eour e. T'iere w.ll be a summer term In tbs sf nsleal De psrtmeiii ot lb. school, nnder direct! n or air. 1. ds Z elln-k . beslruitng June l.t. UJ enalng Oato ber 1 at. This term Is established for the b. neht of teacbrrsand amstrur wbo can take advsiilags of tbe season to seo-Tn tbe snp-tinr lacllide f ir In. et-uction orfered by tbe Institution A casus, of -tuny wnl be rai.ged to tutet tue wants ot this class ,.f stu 'enta. fcXPKN -K-s -I'er eonrso of eight week, two les eous r-r stvett, forty minutes each, pay Jj oobait In advance; Pia' o lo h lessons a 00 Pdsl piano orgsn 24 oa Cull I v a ton o TOM and solo singing Do I O Uses of Piano or rgsn 4 00 Coorusela-s for Insiructloa In tbory. Bai mony. He, free. Board per mouth. $lrl Address, MH3. U. B KKLLS. Prli.c'psl. Hi'ff iO, vis Cowan. Tenn. BBTTRKMCn Itev. Toslxel. D.u.. I on J.wvicj Tboiup-un, al-ssi. Day a Pr-odet. sl'mphts, Tenn ; Kt Bcv. ST. M.Hieen Kb. W P. lMieo, "ewaoee, Tenn. ; J"hn w. BoblnMm. J..c-e. T tin. i H-. K. 8. Bock, Vu-ksburg Miss.; Dr. E H Bktp w eb, Lttte bock. Ark.; s m. G. Yt-rg-r, reet V ila, W'ss , n-m. 1. n. Bi ble, Th.bvdaox, Ul; Dr. lssa. Bull. Fnar P"int Mies. MiCO-, lit , M.r ' l, IHlM - ft ill U -s-liffl : PM Int m-ie for n r tin b r o i-ii'S wi-b ibe rt. p birs of 8'lfi's 8r uhlMl -1i-i-ine. I hsv- ldihh wurh ot its niaioi anii.re sn,l Its u-e 1 b- re are men In ths eommiinlty wrli known -II x-ns who aer. victims In earl. H e lo Sn.b lis. and who hv Vken ihe 8. S. med'cl' e. and wno ire now. lo all ar p-srnn. ea, aai in 1'ielrown bellrf. as fiee from the taint of tts sie as Ibe II st man, fresh fmra tn btno of his Make- Delloae. forbid- thtr public recoasmenda noo of this med'eine, but 1 am a Ixv-d in refer ta. areptlrt miVATsxT t" those who will Indor-e ev ry hl"g tbale-,n be r-a'd I Its favor Belt g much op posed to recora mending eeoet remedies It is lib bltattnn tbat I attach my nerae fo this aitl le; ssit I ehow wberf I p-ak wben I say that ear scWpcs has nut yet mad puhiln a combination equal to ibis tot th. purpose lodteated. T. L. MASSRUTRfl. Pa. O. Prepard on'ybytb WirT 8PKCIKIC CU-. At lantH.Ha Bold by 8 MAN M'lDtP' A aw arwsl cMr4rt 6nl TO r PLOTS, roattarBiar Cbaptcra oa A Coaiprietl Wf aaii laacd. sWsrs-slrD af viw. vtdasB avf Ttv-IB. ttj, TanrocraassiaH. Sterttstw, AJrtea ta at naa C.-l.4. im. C ! . Ler seat dials, lma I ms. i lUw-: .. Ls'. J UeJ aWruaat E lit avaa a Prlat smlsXiiCsaJ Aivla-er " sleawsoaaa fa. Mhxsar fTOia tsncHir. tariaai asactatiosks, and dm artf iiwi srKs) sshss lasa s sssS -a sw kwutw ass. asa fst sjsjU saas W naa f iSlsfS U.I "i lis latssM (w 1. l in i.iaii i si-aBs sarvsMaa fesa. trPTTTl 1 W. sj-wd VSsa Wr- sswaaav is smii'sVcoTsAttT, i- y v. -t. FloweliobeSoldOut! 50,000 Bedding Planis for Sale. THF. demand for flowers tnr .doming and beenrt fjing our heme- bavin lm'i-ase.i le.rtliy I dt vo sd all IH.t summer lo m lnf ml Boral estas. Iisbment. sod hsvs the l.sre-a siocfc of en-ianluiu, Vaibenaa, Kolt.ge Planis Hops. to., eves -ro. a Inanvos the soutnern e ties on h -nd. wruch I .nj ' dot rmln-d to 8KLI- OUT T iHt l.nWKaf ritr TBR8. Lover of fk-wers lil do well to taks th. Hernando B. B. oar, and see lbs dl.play si a.atos, aiato af Ktsawts.4 i-i--i . axMMt uooai, i ifPwSS aaasl af s efilas; aas easnac IU ! aw sv . ar v I