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THJE MEMPHIS TJIJ & JVLA.Y 19. 1SSO.
RAILWAY RKCOKD. Arrival awd Departure ifTrtlil. Train on the Padneah and Memphis road mora M follows: Mull leaves dally at 4KKJ p m ; awom motlal.on leaves dally at 11:30 am. Mail arrives dally at 9:30 a.m.j accommodation arrives dally at 6:45 p m. Trains on the Memphis and Little Rock road move a follow: Mull leave dally at 5:10 p m.: freight leave, dally, except, Sunday, at H:00 am. Mtl ar-rlv- dally at II 05 p.m.; freight arrives daily, ex cept Sunday, at 5:05 p m. Trains on the MenipUls and Charleston road more as follows: Mall leaves dally at 11:15 p.m ; Corner-. Vlil accommodation leaves dally, except buoaay. at. 4 40 p m. wall arrives dally at 1:00pm ; somer viue accommodation arrives daily, except Sunday, at H:IHI am. Trains on the Mlml.wlppl and Tennwsee roa o mov a. follows: M.il leave, dal y J nvnn accommooanon ionn" . ...... at 4:110 p m.: freight leave, dally, pt Bunday, a :45 a.m. slail arrives dlly at :40 a m.; fa ardis ace m mods Hon arrves d-lly. except 8 '"". 4jj a m ; treintil arrives d.iliy, except buuday, at 5:45 PT?Hlns on the Louisville and N"" road move ai follow: KxpreM leaves d-tlly at 1 1 :Z0 p m. ; mail leavesdaity ai7.40a.ra ; Bro-njivllle aooommoda tlo i leave dally, ex-pt S mdiy. at 4:40 p m. Kx tres arrives Ontly at 5:10 am.; mall arrives dally at 4-2i pm.; Brjwnnville aceemmodailon arrives dally'. exoMpt Sunday. t 8:45 a.m. Saturday the ttr runs oi.ly to M'ajhzle, connecting for Itash- N-iprrlnlenleTil are Twted to nrAffy f his oJfUe protn pt.r qr cnanuet QJ u Fereeaal Bad Uesersl. Mr. J. C. V. miner, agent of the Iron Moun tain road at Cairo, baa resigned. Too people a'orxr the line of tha New Of' leans branch of the Texas Pacific road are j ibilaot at assurances of ita early completion. All tbe railroads in Mississippi are required by law to build substantial fences on botb sides or thir tracks under a heavy penally lor tai'intf to do so. Tbe New York and Boston fast trains do some part of tbi ir running at a mile in fifty fire s:ind, sa d t be tbe fastest regular timt in the country. Bith passenger and freight buinees on the (Jiociunjti 3u:h9rn is increasing, ana tb.4 rece.pts sb.rw u (rood healthy condition of the traiu: on tbe Use. At a meeting- of representative! of the four truiik lines held in loaitimore, yesterday, it was resolved tb make no change at preaent in tbe tariff on east-bound freights. According to tbn LrtHe Rick Dtmocrat, the Memphis and Little Kock road has not yet received orders to account to tbe Iron Mountain for business transacted. President Alien says it will bo operated under a sepa rate management. List Triday, over tbe Ciiro nod Vincnnnes roai, fcogineer Wheeler, with engine JN J. o rmllioir the pay-car. mado tbe run from Wa biSh river to Vincennes, six and eighteenths miles, in seven minutes, roar consecutive mi es were made in tht remarkable time of 6fiy-five secnas each a rate of aixty-bve miles an hour. The Texas Trunk railroad company and D i las, Cleburne and Rio Grand railroad conpaoybtvd become identiuea in interest til management, loruennoarea m'a un der Mr. Barrett, recently a contractor on the Hoo-ac tunnel line, are now grading on tbe (Ji.-ourne line from Dallas west, and tbe con stiu;tion of the road is to be pushed through at last as practicable. Fifteen miles of tbe Texas Trunk road east from Dallas is now ready for the iron. A charter hat bif n granted for a new road, to ba known as tie Henderson and South western Narrow Gauge railway. Tbe road will open up one of the richest s set ion of Kentucky, a distance of eigbty-four miles be tween KvansvilM and Eureka, where it will intersect tbe Etubetbtown and Paducah road; fire thousand dollars per mile is the eatiui ited oost lor c mstructing tbe line. An ttl'ort will ba inndo to have the road in opera' t on to Morgantield( a distance ot twenty-six miles, by tali. fi imir from Ndw Orleans said that Presi dent G arki, of the Guicago, St. Limis and New O -Iimos railroad (louthern division of Illinois Central) was dissatisfied with tbe con ference held an Saturday with the managers of tne Louisville aud Nashville railroad, and insisted upon the latter withdrawing the local rates b. tween Stflma and Montgomery, which, it was alleged, deprived Mr. Giarke's line of a legitimate share of tbe grain trade, and that he bad given them the ultimatum oi withdrawing the oppressive rates or opening, a war. It has since been reported that the Lsuisvil'o and Nashville folk accepted the former alternative, and tbe differences be tween tbe two companies have baen settled to the satisfaction ot all parlies. Indianapolis Journal; "A prominent rail road official yesterday remarked to a Journal reporter taat the Louisvi lie and Kasbville people were considerably exercised that the Iron Mountain railroad has purchased the Memphis and Lttl Rock road, and this cuts off Memphis and LiuisviUe from aa Arkan sas and lex as connection. The Memphis and Little" It ck was a 'future possibility' to Louisville, and her merchants looked to it as a competing line to tbe Iron Mountain, when under Louisville influence it was extended in to Texas. Its purchase, of course, destroyed that hope, and Louisville must look else where for relief. 8 riled is the Louisville and Nashvilieclique over the matter that they threaten to build a railroad into tbe south western territory which the Iroaa Mountain (oiks have taken under their protection." Little Rjck, Dtmocrat, Monday; "Ex press Agent E. J. Butler bas gone north Tue Iron Mountain road is erecting a fruitbouse at Biebe The Camden rail road will be of groat benefit to Little Rock The employes of tbe Fort Smith line will bu paid to-morrow The Fort Smith road will show a total of one hundred thou sand bales of cotton hauled this last season The wretches who attempted to wreck trains on the llot 6iings railroad have been captured Mr. Jjuu C. Fiynn, of Mem- pbie, formerly one of the division superin tendents on the LiuisviUe and Nashville road, is in the city At a recent term of the Franklin cucuit court, a man named Mild, injured while riding on a cuttle-train, re c -ived judgment ugainat the L ttle Rock and Fort Smith road in the sum ot fifteen thou sand one hundred and Elty sevoo dollars," A few more improvements which will give additional speed to ocean steamers, and tb prestige of quick t ma in loug competing runs ty railroads will have passed awuy. The t.amsbip LiuisUns left New Orleans on the sixth instant for New York, and made the run from dock to dojk in five days five hours bud fifteen minutes, the quickest passage on t-cord. The Hudson sailed from New York un the eighth, with a green crew ea board, tin under slow bells tor eight hours, encoun tered brad wind and yet was mtde last at her pier in New Orleans lu five days twenty three hours and forty five minutes from date Ct sailing. Tue wonder is that railroads do anything in the way of passenger traffic where opposed by U and safe steamers, with all tbeir luxurious appointments, at a ' season when there is no more danger in an ocean voyage than in cruising about a duck pond in a dug-out. No more pleasant trip can be conoeived than that from Galveston or New Orleans to New Yoik by sea during the spring, summer and autumn montbp; no heat, no dust, commodiou, well-lurnuhnd apartments, sumptuous fare, and tbe c .velty of oeiog "at sea" no small item to those whose lives are mainly spent inland. A Vletorr far the Adams Express Cssa y Cist'iNNATi, May 18 The hearing of the rase ol the AUauis Express company vs. Tbe Louikvilie, New A'taD? and Unctgo railrcad b In en btarJ before Justice llarao, of tbe Unit A Siuessuiteme court, at Indiunspolis. Tie litisati as grows out ot an attempted lejtc ion ot the Adfenis Express company from lie uue of the road to muke room for the Unit'd En ress company, with which the c m any o dm denic!uFie contract. Be te re the Demi g ot the caeo tLe railrcad CJm faiy had rtsiiudrd the c ntract with the heal orgt-n aation and arranged to do its own express business. The decree of the court is to maintain tbe restraitiag order, retaining the Adams Expiesi company on the road. freight and nit 8r gerp.aud to charge reason nhl rr-.-n 'or t- eervip R.a.cRAia&co BSsiXjUAHTKR4 FOB Ml EDS CALL AT No. Sl M1IN STREET, AND tiKT 8KED6 Of XI . G- - Oi nlg c3 Oo Flowers to be Sold Out! 50,000 Bedding Plants for Sale. TTJR demand for Howers for adomlne ard beautl. fiii( our h"iu- tiav Ilia Increase'i eiradliy.l U voiodallUat srmmerln ru lamina mi Roialrstao liabment, soil hav the larviwt siook of tieianluuis, Veibenas, FoIIks" Hioits. hose. te. , ever on In any ol lb eoullirrn e ties on bnd.whirn I am fieurmuied lo bKLI. OUT AT I HE LOWKeT -l-t'HKd. Lovers ot dowers will do Wfll to Uks lbs H.rnainlo B H oar, aad see tbe dUplaj at aissi.Js Sxake r Kisiwms 'rt'l'Z:am . 1 ii 1 J .FINANCE AMD COHMEKCE. - Tbe banks were quiet places yesterday, a t'eady business is going on but with a quiet ude and regularity that affords no incidents for remark. Exchange continues to come forward m abundance, with a fair demand tor it Currency is in sufficiency but not excets, and deposits are rather lighter than they have been; we are getting into the usual warm weather trim. Tha local, market wa qwet with nothing new transoinner. The New York Bulletin reports: "New York exchange was quoted to-day as follows at the places names: S vannah buying. 3-16; selling, 5 16 premium. Cnarltstor, X premium; 4 premium. New Orleans coinmeireial, par; bsnk, 250 premium. Cnicago, 75S0 pre mium. Bwton, 35o dmcount." Exchange at our banks quoted at discount on New York and other prominent eastern points; with three days grace, X discount; sell ing at premium. On New Orleans, discount; selling at par. Money is loaned oo short date at 8 per cent. Shelby county scrip is quoted at 96 buying, and 98 sell iro T.j.r sales of MemDbiS gas stock at 75 76; ol Bank of Gomraerce stock, at 91; of state Dank stock at 95; of Mississippi and Tennessee first mortgage bonds, at 123; ot Bluff City insurance at i t. MIHPHI3 BANK CLEARINGS CXennnijx. Balance. May 18 $ W2.K0H 42 S 1.45S 71 Thin r.r thla wm.It 2:tu foil) IK Hi 24' I 1$ Baine time last week... 2IH.2HrJ 0 6r 054 WO Huie time week betore 858.14i U3 H0,25o ttt I BY TELEGRAPH.! FARI3, May 18. Rentes, 85t. 45s. NEW ORLEANS, "May 18. Sight er e'lanire on New York. i 50 per 1000 premi um. Sterling exchange bankers' bills, 485. LONDON. Mav 18. CouboIs. money. 99 5 16 account. 99 7 16; new 5i, 105j4H'. 111; 4i, 109; Illinois Central. 10b; Pennsyl vania Central, 53; Erie, 35; Erie seconds, 90)4: Reading, 23. Amount of bullion with drawn from tbe bank of Eogland on balance to day, 70C0 NEW YORK. May 18. Money, 35 per cent., closing at J per cent. Prime mercan tile paper. 5(35i per cent. Sterling ex change bankers' oills firm. 485K: demand. 48. Produce export for the week, 9,- IT&.wO. uovernment Donas strong ana hi her; United States coupons of 1S81, 106; new 5s. 103; new 4. 109J4: new 4t, 107X: PaoiSo 6s of 1895, 12tiK. State bonus dull; Louisiana 7J4 consols, 4o3i; Mis souri, I09K; St. Joseph, 106; Tennessee 6i, old, do on -red; lennessee b, new, oU; Virginia 6s, old, 22; Virginia 6i, new, 22; Virgioii consols, 80 of fered: Virginia, consols preferred. 103. Rtilroad binds ; active and irregular. The stocE market was active again this morning and dealings were cbaiactenz id by an im proved feeling. Shortly after opening there was some pressure to sell, but it soon abated, and toward noon an active buying movement set in under which an advance of to 3 percent was established. X he chief activity was in coal shares, Canada Southern, Pacific Mail, Erie aad tbe Grangers, and the im pruvemeot was also most marked in these shares. The market continued strong dur ing the afternooa until shortly before the cloie.when quotations fell off J4 to 2 per cent., but in tbe final dealings a firmer tone pre vailed, and a recovery of J to 1 per cent, ensued; Oae heavy operator has covered all his short contracts and will take a month's vacation. The St.- LonU and San Fran cisco railroad gains $19 000 the second week in Mv.. and the .- Denver., and Rio Grand 142 000 in tbe same period. Min ing shares .; were, generally dull, but Central Arizona fell off to 3Ji and reovered to 4J. The decline was caused by tbe re port published this morning that work will be stopped on -tbe eigbty-stamp mills now being erected at the mioe until the water question had been settled. The officials ot toe company are reticent concerning th statement. Transactions aggregated 357,000 sHar-s.of which 12.000 were Canada Southern, 58 000 Lackawanna. 1000 Central Arizona. 4000 Delaware and Uu.isin. 45 000 Erie, 5000 Hannibal and St. Joseph, le.000 Iron M luatain. 11.000 Kansas and Texas. 24 000 Like Shore, 7000 Michigan Central, 17 000 Northwestern, 1,000 view Jersey Central, 5000 New York Central. 1200 Nashville and Ctiattanooga, 600 Louisville and Nashville, 300 Northern Pacific, 8000 Ohio and M sib sippi, 4000 Ootnno aad Western, 18.000 Pa cific Mail, 13 000 Reading, 29.000 St. Paul, 1500 Union Pacific, 25,000 Wabaish Picfic, 16.000 Western Union. 3000 St. Louis and San FrancUco. The closing quotations were: Central Pacific bonds, 112g; union Pacific firsts, 1124; Union Pacific laud grants, 110; Union Pacific sinking funds, 115j orfureo; Lehigh and Wilkesbarre, 113M;Si. Paul and Sioux City firsts, no sales: Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, no sates; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central seconds, no le: Erie seconds, eSM: Kock Island, 188X offered; Panama, le9; Fort Wayne, 118:. Pittsburg. 110; Illinois Central, 103: Cuicago, Burlington and Quincy, 118; Chi cago and Alton, 1U0; Chicago ana Al ton preferred, 120; New Yoik Con tra!. 1245b Harlem, 173; Lake Shore, 10Uf;Ouda Southern. 44; Michigan Cen tral. 7634: Erie. 35J6: Erie preferred. 56;- Nona western, 89j; Northwestern preferred,- 106a4"; St. Paul, 70; St. Paul preferred, 99fe; tU l'aul and Minneapolis, 47; St. Paul and Sioux City, 36; St. Paul and biouxCity preferred. 70W; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 77; Morris and Esstx. 106; Delaware and Uudfion. 70; New Jersey Central,63? : Reading,45V; Ouio and Mississippi, 25; Ohio and Mioisipdi preferred, 67; Chesapeake and Onio. 15,1; Mobile and Ohio, lJi ; Cleveland and Coluui bus. 63J: Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Centra'. 11; ' Ohio Central, 17; Like Erie and Western, 23: Ontario and Western, 276; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and North ern. 60; Alloa and Terre Haute, 14 offered; j Alton and Terre 4 Haute preferred, OU; 1 Wabash. Ht. Louis and Pacific. 29M; Wa bash, tSt. Louis and Pacific preierred, 55; Hannibal and St. Josepb, 243: Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 663; Iron Moun tain, 40? g; St. - Louis and San Fran cisco, 31; tit. Louis and San Francisco pre ferred, 42; 1st, Louis and San Francisco, hrst nrAfarrurt ft!t C.nlnjkon R I Tjni anil N. Orleans, 2i Kansas and Texas, 29 ; tfnion focihc, BJ;Cntalt'aoiDO bonds, b4J4; North ern raciuc, i Northern facihc pre ferred, 53; Louisville and .Nashville, 120; Nashville and Chattanooga, 67; Louisville and New Albany, 90; Houston and Texas. 50; ' Western Union Telegraph. 98; At lantic and facibc lelegraph. dbt; 1'acibc Mail, 30; Adams Express, 112s ex.aiv; Wells and Fargo's Express, 106; American Ex press, 55 H; United states Express, 45; Ouick- silver, 9; Quicksilver preferred, 52; 6ariben, 102; Lead vi lie, 101K; Central Arizona, 4M; Home btake, Si: standard. 28 offered; Excelsior, 17; Little Pittsburg, 10o4; OnUrio. 3a. COTTON. With no telegrams from New York cr Eaiope our market was without spirit yes- teruay, but was noticeable tor an increase ot activity among spinners who, for the first time since May. came in and bought -more cotton than tbe exporters did. At the close, prices remained unchanged and steady. TeaUrdav. Day Brfirre 7-r IVi lO) IVt 8 a KVt H (i V 7i K- 7&4i 8 r 814 r hUl d Win & Vi (? 1044 rilOsJj ffll- r?ll- rJlUs iJll - ll?8 frll?u Nominal. Nominal. -aio- -eio- Inferior........ Dusty Low ordinary.. Urdlnary ttood ordinary. Low miudllug. Mlddllna ood middling Middling lair. U'alr Clean stalnr... Market steady. Sales, 650 bales; 150 to exporters, 400 to spinners, and 100 to specu lators. COTTON STATEMENT. Stock, Beptember 1, 1879 886 Received to-day 818 Received previously 400,8X5 401,308 Shipped to-day Shipped previously 847 .345.87 401,5114 Usrt.rt74 Stock, running account 54,020 IMPORTS. Thus far this week 821 Thus far last week 832 cauos September 1st 401.i(iK Memphis and Charleston R B 25 Mlsstselppl and Tennessee R R VO Louisville, Nashville a .d (K. Southern B. R. 121 Memnhis and Little Rock K. R 4.1 fadueHh rjid Memphis U. R 5 Bieamtrs Hit Wagons and other souroes 25 Total.. 813 XXPORT8. Tbns far this week. .. Thus lar lai4 week. .. Since beptember 1st. 3PfiR 4.481 84rt 74 Msmphts and Charleston R. R 54H MisslMtpt and Tennessee R. R. l"8 Louisville, Nashville and lit Southern R. B. lhJt aieaiuera nonh 6U Total 847 New York Chronicle, of Saturday, reports: ' The undertone was pretty firm and a fur ther Ram made on values. Some few fluc tuations 1 01k place, bat every tendency to ward a downward turn appeared to be caught, and the loss speedily restored on tbe volume of demand alone, which, while net lioerul or rampant, was In a quiet way very defermintd, and buyers generally displayed less dread about moving than herttotoie. Influences of a new character leading to tbe belief in a firmer toue could not easily be discovered and the demand was still in a great measure attributed to a desire on the part Ot shorts to close up engagements for the end i lbs week, bat it may also ba added that here and there en optra'or is to be foucd who commences to consider the 'short' side tbe wrong side, and is moving acucrd iogly. Advices from tbe sooth were favora ble as regards condition of the crop, and the movement of supplies, and tho cable ac counts sot qaite so stroug." The same paper sums o," last week's weather reports as fol lows: " The past week has been favorable tor I . ( - ctod purposes. In most sections now the nlant is started and well started. Warm weather with occasional showers would make the prospect satisfactory everywhere. BY TELEGRAPH.! The following are the -latest telegrams of tha domestic markets, as reported yesterday to tbe cotton ercbmge: Lat Teiegrtmu. Price Ualveeton New Orleans... Mobile Savannah Charleston w 11 mil gtoo.... Norfolk Baltimore Nw York Boston. Phradelpbla... li nts Ills 118 ia 114 1114 nii-18 1I7h bi. luis... Stale of Market. Rec'pU. Quiet 152 Qjlet 47 Quiet - VP Irregul'r. 155 Steady. 882 Steady. H 958 Quiet 8 64 Kim. 51" Firm. 120 Firm. Ihe New O. leans market closed firm at 11B3 for middling. Sales. 1550 bales; re ceipts, 467 bales. Stock, 164 922 bales. The movements at the ports were reported as follow ' ' ' j JhH j Lout I T hi Week I Week. I We k. Lat Tear. Receipts for 1 dsy. I 13.148 137rt "10 889 txp's to (i Britain 6,781 25 588 19,004 fcxp's to Contln'l W.583 8.W87 418 Stock on hand.... 483,t573 533 048 29S.80 Total receiula at all United. States ports. 4,714,498; . same date 1878. 4.354,812; same dute 1877, 4.131,342. Increase ot receipts at United States ports this vear. 359.4S6. Total stock at all ports, 483 673, against 289 630 same time the year betore; in lau, dzz.ooo ( . ," , GE!HEttAL THADE. ; ' There are indications that nnless the pres ent dry spell" break up at a quite early day tbe prices of many articles of country product must undergo material advance. Potat3e and tbe productions of tbe gaiden that are now beginning to maturiJlc are approaching the maturing period, will evidently have their promised abundance greatly curtailed unless rain come, for dry weather is becom ing "drouth." Tne general market yesterdaj was modf st in extent and prices underwent no material change. Dealers in corn look for some advance, as also those in cornmeal. Butter does not appear to be much affected by tbe dry weather, oleomargarine is not im media. ely dependent upon the abundance of early grass. Bran was in small offering and slightly higher. Tbe northern markets being overcrowded with strawberries they have be come abundant and cheap bete. Eggs were in less liberal supply, with a fair demand," aod were higher. Cnickens were more plen tiful and easier. Quotation belouf are for round lot at the landing and the railroad depots, and in elude neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to the time of arrival. Jobbing and store sates are at higher rates, as they include drayage, storage and profit of the dealer. Feed Corn sales of 400 sks at 49j; 200 ska at 4a4 ': y(J ks ear-corn at oUc; in Btor, 5253'. Oats little doing; in sr-nm. 44 45o. Bran sal ot 60 sks at $13 50; lu store, 1 05l 10 per cwt. Hay last sle prairie at 9; timothy, $19; in store, $1 1 20 Fiour and Meal. Flour superfiaa. $4 4 2-5; extra, $4 50(34 75; double extra. $4 75 4 85; treble extra. $5 25 5 50; family, $5 75; fanov. $66 25. Citrnmeal stronger; sales at $2 172 IS, $2 20 asked; Ohio common at $2; jobbing from store, $2 35 2 40 Vegetables. Potatoes in store, 75- $1 20 a barrel. New potatoes, $2 50 a bar rsl. Onions tn store, choice, new, $3 754 a barrel. Cabbage, $5 a crate for Louisiana and slowdemaou. Strin g beans Louisiana, $1 25 per two-third bushel box; freh hcm grown, $3 50(84 a bushel; Louisiana wax snap beans, $2 25 for two-third bushel boxes. Fruits and Beuries. Oranges impe rial. $7(37 50 per ttox; Me-jsiaa; $6 50. Lemons Paler m 3. $4(34 50 par b"T; Messi na, $5 per box. Strawberries, $11 50. ac cording to freshness; fine, $1 75 tor cases of 24 qiiarts. Nut3. Peanuts Rd, 35-; Virginia, 7g7o per pound. Almonds, 2122c per pound. Pecans, 12133, according to size. Brazil nuts, 10 11c per pound. Filberts, 12j per pound. Walnuts, 16c per pound. 1 Cocoanuts, $5. Miscellaneous. Hominy, $3 253 50 a barrel. Orits, $3 253 50 barrel. Cider Missouri, balf-barreU, $4 755; $3 509 a barrel. White beans m-dium, $1 50 1 65; navy, $1 751 85. Dried Apples, 8$ 9c per pound. Dried Peaches, 8(38o per pound. Millet seed. 9095c a bushel. Eggs and Butter. tiggs stronger at 12c; rale on landing of 300 dczsn at 11c. Butter common, 10c; medium, 1215s; choice, 1820c. Oleomargarine in store, 1718c pr-r pound. Poultry. Chickens, $34; spring chick en. $2 504, according to siZ3. Ducks; $2 2o2 50. Geese, $3 perdozsn. Turkeys, $912 per dozen. , Hog Produce Pork clear sides, loose, 7'?: clear rib, loose, 6.70.3; shoulders, loose, 4iHe. Sugar-cured hams, packed, 9J10Je. Mess pork, $1175 Bacon clear side, pack -ed,7Jic; clear nn,7iic; stouldem.Sjc. Lard tierce, pails, 88-4c Groceries Coffee, 12H14o for ordi nary, lb 16j lor fair, 1617c for good tair,1818Ja for choice. Tea imperial, 55 9b. Rice Louisiana, 7jc; Carolina, 7M8c. Salt per dray load, from Btore, $1 60 oer barrel; coarse, per sack, $1 3oI 40; fine, $1 651 75. Sugars Louisiana onea kettle, 848c: yellow clarified, 996; white clariben, 9?a10j; cut lout. 11 : grau- ulated, 10i10c; powdered, lQUe. Molasses L miniaua Fugarhouae ie tool led choice, 54 55c; prime,464Sj; fair,4245e; gyrnps, 4555o. Hides. Lbvdher, Etc. Oak sole, 3840a; hemlock, 2733c per lb; harness, 3639j; skirting, 3840v:; French calf. $4060 per dozen; domeatic calf, $3045 per uozen. Hides dry flint, No. 1, 18; No 2, 15c; dry salt. 14-;; green, 67c; green salt, 93. Sheep skins. 50c$l 50. Tallow, 55c. Bees wax, 20c. Wool. Tub-washpd. 3640c: unwashed. 2528j; burrF, 913j. Bagging and I ies Bagging flax.lOHC; jute, 2 lbs., llK12ic; mixed, 11c. Ties, ?2 ioQti per bundle. Twine, 1S(ZU3 per pound. Lime and Cement Lime. $1 a barrel. Louisville cement, $1 75 a barret; R edale cement, $2 25 a barrel ; Portland, $5 50. I , Btemphiw Dally Cattle Market. Frev & Schilling, ot the Southern stock yard. North Second street, report that prices are weak and generally lower tor all descrip tions. Cattle. Choice to extra corn-fed. $4 6-5 4 75; itood to choice corn-fd, 4Jfj4i'c; fair to medium corn fed, $3 754 Zo; oxen, smooth and tat, 34c; rough oxen and cows in good condition, 3i3; grass ted, fair to tood, o3c; interior una com mon, lJi32iiC; cows and calves, $1535 per head; calves and yearlings, $48 per head. Hogs. Best selections, small weights, 4c; thin, light and common, 33Jc. Sheep. Choice wool, hhc; clipped, good to cho.ee, 44-; common and me dium per head, $1 503. Lambs good to choice, 56j yro-s; common and medium. per head, 1 bU(gZ. Mesapbia lally Horse and Hale Hsrket J. A. Forrest & Co., of the City stables, Monroe street, report as follows: Mules. Mules, i and 15 hands, $100 115;15and lb hnds, $115130; IhX and 16 hands, $13U150. Horses. Good orubinttion saddle and harness horaes, $135(3175; good harness horses, $125 150; gd taim horses, $90 115; good plugs, $6585;' common plugs, f 45(i 60; extra eaddls and hartess horses, $175 (rt 225. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. May 18. Flour quiet; su peifine weutern and Siat-, $14 80 Wheat stead j; No. 3 spriug, $1 lV!l 13- Coffee dul'; Rn. cargoes, 12?15jc; job lots, 1217Ac Sugar dun; fair to good refin !" 7)(r 'c. Pork steady, with a fair de mand, 11 Z011 30; old mH. $11. Lard heavy; prran stem, 7.25a7.27Jc. Whisky nominal, $1 12(21 15. CINCINNATI, May 18. Flour firm; fam ily, $5(J5 50; fancy, $5 50(36. Wheat quiet; No. 2 red winter, $1 16. Com easier; No. 2, 404034c. Oits easier; No. 2 mixed. .S64c. Re dull, 94:. Barley dull; extra Wo. 3 tall at UZc. i'orjt quiet, f lu ia. L.rd dull, 6 853. Bulk meats quiet, 4i6Kc Bacon easier but not qatab!y higher. Whisky activo and firm, $1 05. LOUISVILLE, Mav 18. Flour dull; fxtra, $1; extra family. $4 50; A No. 1, 55 25; choice tuLcy, f 6(26 50. Wheat steady, $1 05 1 07. C rn scive but a rhade lower; No 2 white, 4343-; No. 2 mixed, 4041c Oitsduli; Ho. 2 white, 36;: No. 2 mixed, 353. R?e demand active; No. 2 tall, 94 95i Hay steady, $14(il7. Pork steady, $11(311 50. Lard quiet; prime steam, 7c. B ilk meats in good demand, 4 25, 6.45(3 t785. Eicon firm, 4.80.7(37.50.;. Sugar cured hams dull. 9!10ftC Whisky in fir demand, $1 05. ST. LOUIS, May 18. Flour a shade firm er; tancv, $5 15; cnoice, $1 87j bid; fami ly. $4 85 aked; trrble extra. $4 60 asked. Vhfnt higher; No. 2 red, $1 07 casb, $1 C6l 07 My. $1 02(31 0S?8 June, 9t?iC9;7o Ju'y, 91ifo Auguit; No. 3 red, $1 0oJi(al 03?; No. 4 red. 99c. C-un higher; 31(35, "! cash; 34) bid June, 3438ta31 Ju y, a47Ba35i8 1 August. Oats higuer; 310 caeb no options. Hye lower, t-Sj. Bi-le no market. Whisky stead?, $1 07. Pork belter; $10 50 bid cash, $10 85 July. Dry talt mwis ea-ier but not iowtr. Uacon lower. 4,(36.90(3 6 95Q7 157 20c. Lard nominal. NEW ORLEANS, May 18 Flour supertise, $3; double, txtra, $4 25 4 50; treble extra, $4 75(35; high grades, $5 25 (35 87.4. Corn. 52(t54o. Oits, 41o. Orn meat fitmer. $2 30(2 40. Hv prime. $20; ohoice, $23. Pora easier. $11 SIX- L"d tierce, 7X3 7c; keg, 8c. Bulk meat shoulders firmer; loose, Ay, packed, AX 4e. Bacon higher; shoulders, Se; cluar rib, 7?j3; clear, 7?sC. augar-enrea bams eanvased, ' 910c Whieky western rec tified, $1 051 10.' Coffef Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 13 16c".- Sugar com mon to good comment 6:)7c; fair to faHy fair, 7cr prime to choice, 1 8?sc; yellow clarified, 8c. Molasses interior, 15c; common, .353. Rice Louisi ana, ordinary to choice; 5) je. CHICAGO, May 18. Flour q liet but firm. Wheat in good demand and prices a shade higher; No. 2 Chicago rpring. f 1 16(31 16 cash, $1 June, $1 & July; 94i Aug ust; No. 3 Chicago spring, 9395j. Corn demand active and rorics bBa advanced; 37ic cash, S6X364-: June, 365 bid July, 37c bid Augjst. Oata strong and higher; 32c cash, 31c July, 293 August. Rye de mand good and tending'upward, 82c. Barley steady, with a fair demand, 80i. Pork fair demand, but at lower rates; $1032J10 3i cash and June, $10 423(510 45 July, $10 55 August. L'ird dull ana prices n shade lower; 6 82K6.&5c cash and June, 6(g6 90c July, 6.92 (2 6 95; August. Bulk meats riu.l and price a Bhade lower; shoulders, 4J4C c'.ear rib, 6.35c; clear, 6.55a. Whitky steady, $108. . ' - Clote. Wheat dull ' and a shade lower; $1 10M1 107b 3ane, $1 06 asked tor July. Corn firm. Oats easier and declined Pot k inactive and lower; $10 124 10 15 Ju e. $10 25 July. Lird dull anu lower; 6 770 June, 68O3 July. dbi eouos BY' TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, May 18. The muket re mains quiet, and bleached cotton unsettled. Prints w?re quiet iu first hinds. Ginghams, lawns and wide prints are in fair request and tha best makes are firmly held, Faccy cash meres and worsted coatings are moving stead ily on account of old orders, but tbe currect -.lifiinoafi is lioht:. " Fo-'g gnnHq nrP O't'et. 45 Years Hefore the JPubllc THE GENUINE DrC. 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President, TaAOC ISM RITEK BKPOUT. Blvera Weather. The followinir official table (rives particu lars concerning tbe condition ot rivers and weather at all important points. Orncs P18NAL 8kbtic V. B.A. I MgJtPHi, May 18. 1880. I Above low Changes. STATIOBS. water. Bis. 1 Fall Feet Inches liicbes ilncnea Cairo Cincinnati. 22 10 8 11 32 H 0 1 SU 4 2 1 12 15 40 13 a Davenport Dubuaue 4 5 10 rt 1 4 o "io" 1 1 i 2 "r' 5 IN 2 HWena Keoknic Lffaveowort b -Utile Bock Louisville vsoantala Nashville Ne'w Orleans ... . Pirtabura libreveDort. St. Louis 1 4 vlcksrmrg Below bench mark . t Below high water of 1874. i Low water, bench mark pi 1870. MKTSOROLOGICAL RKPOBT. Time. Bar. Ther WUicL R Weather 7O0 SLin. 80 05 73 S.E. Hzv. 2rfK) p.m. 2SI.H8 K5 8 w. Clear. 9.-OQ p.m. 29 94 75 a E. Clear. Maximum thermometer, 86 dt-g. Minimum thermometer. 65 deg. IBT TELEGRAPH. War Drp't, SieNAL Sksvio, U . 8. abmt, i jiimiih, may IB. IgSU. IttJUSpm. ) Place of I Xh. Wlod I Weath- Observatlon. I car- loer- Dir. Koree. err ChatUnooga 29 97 71 : Calm. , Clear. (irtlveston... 29 97 76 U.K. Fresh. Fair, tndianola... 29 95 76 S.E. Fresh. " Fair. Louisville... 29 92 7 8 Gebtle. Clear. Memphis.... 9 92 73 SJt. fresh. Clear. Ntshville... 30 01 7i 8 W. Llgbt. Clear. New Orleans 30 02 73 8 E. Frsh. Fair. -hn veoort.. 2;96 76 K. (jentle. Fair. Vlcksbuig .. 80 01 74 8E G-nile. Clear. Lmle Bock 29 95 73 8. Fresh. Clear. N AsaviLLB. Mav 18. River fallinsr. with 3 feet six inches on the shoals. Wheklihs. W.Va , May 17. River 4 feet icant, and tallinsr. Vicksbubg. May IS Weather cl"ar; hermometer 80dir. River fell 4 inches. Ud: City of Helena, 11 a.m. No boats down. Pittsburg). Mav 18. Noon River 1 foot 9 inches, and tailing. Weather clear and warm. Atght River 1 foot 9 inches, and sta- tonary. Weather clear and warm. New Orleans, May 18. Weather clear: thermometer 82 deir. Arrived : W. P. Halli lay, St. Louis. Departed : D. P. Scbenck, Cincinnati. The Halliday, for St. Loui, is receiving to leave to-morrow. Ciwciunati. May 18 Noon River 9 feet 11 inches, and falling. Weather clear and warm. Departed: Andy Banm. Memphis. Night River 9 feet 10 inches, and filling. Weatbor clear and warm. Arrived: Will Kyle, New Orleans. Etansville. May 18. Noon. River fall ing, with 94 10 feet on tbe eanpe. Weather -'ear and hot; thermometer 67 tn 87 deg. Up: Vint bhinkle, 10 a.m. Down: Cons Mil sr. 6 a.m. Little business. Night Weather clear and warm; thermometer 84 deg. River 9 3 10 teet, and falling. Easiness light. Looi8ViiXE,May 18 Noon. River falling, witb 6 feet 6 incbes in the canal and 4 feet 6 inches in tbe chute on the falls. Weather clear and warm. Arrived : Jame D. Parker, Memphis to Cincinnati; James Warner and nw, Nfw Orleans to Pittsburg. Night River tailing, with 6 feet 5 incbes in the canal and 4 feet 5 inches in the chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather clear and warm. Caieo, May 18 Noon. Weather cljar and warm. Arrived: John B. Maude, Vicks barg, 10 p.m.; Pias, Memphis, 11 p.m. De parted: John B Maude, St. Louis, 12 a.m. Night R ver 22 feet 5 inches, snd tailing. Weather clear; thermt meter 82 deg. Ar rived: Chas, P. Chouteau, St. Louis, 3 p.m ; Gulden Crowe, New Orleans, 3 p.m. De parted: Cbas. P. Chouteau, New Orleans, 5 p.m.; Golden Crown, Cincinnati, 5 p.m. St. Louis, May 18 Noon. River about stationary. Weather clear and warm. Ar rived: John Dippold and barges. New Or leons. No departures. Night River fallen 1 iccb, with 15 teet 2 inches by the gangn. Weather clar and pleasant. Arrived: E O S annard, N'w Orleans Departed : City of VicBtbure, Viclisburg; Commonwealth nod Future City and barges. New Orleans. Novtraeiis ow Ihe Levee. ARRIVALS. Golden City. New Orleans; Centennial, New O -leans; City of Greenville. St. Louis; Virg L, Cincinnati; Osceola Belle, Osceo a; Hard Caih, White river. DEPARTUBE8. Centennial, St. Louis; Grand Tower, St. Lou's; Golden City, Cincinnati; Biteville, St. Francis river; City ot Greenville, Vicks burg. in port. Hird Cash, Virgie Lee, Mark Twain, Oj ceola Belle. BOATS DUE. Down C. P. Chonteari, Guiding Star. Up James Lee, R. R. Springer, James Howard, M inmelle. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Friars Point James Lee, Stack Lee master. 5 p.'Ui. New Orleans Guiding Star, W. B. Miller master," 5 p.m. Osceola Ojceola Belle, Henry Cooper master, 5 p.m. White Riveb Hard Cash, Ei C. Postal master, 5 p.m. St. Louis Jam3s Howard, J. H. Pepper master, 5 p.m. Dtersburo Mark Twain, W. P. Hall master, 5 p.m. Cincinnati Virgie L3e, G.Wash Thomp son master, 5 p.m. Arkansas River Maumelle, J. J. Dar ragb master, 5 p.m. Cincinsati R. R. Springer, Henry W. Hait master, 7 a.m. RECEIPTS YK3TEBDAY. Centennial 14 bales cotton. Golden City 50 brls molasses. City of Greenville 98 sacks corn, 38 brls syrup. llird UaBh bfl bales cotton, z psjs Dut tir, 5 pkgs sundries. Osceola B-lle 12 bales cotton, 18 sacks cottnn-seed, 11 pkgs sundries Virgie Lee 700 brls salt. SJaO brls meal, 200 brls cemeut. 60 brls our, 50 brls whisky, 500 oiles bay. 1352 sacks corn. 161 tacks bran. 500 pieces sewer-pipe and 50 tons sundries. lineal Fort Katea. The dust was the liveliest thing about fhe wharf jesterday. Business on the levee yesterday was thin ner than almshouse soup. The receipts by river yesterday embraced 94 bales cotton and 18 sacks seed. The Grand Tower departed yesterday even ing for St. Louis with a fair list of paasen- Ker8- - Ihe gauge snowed ZU.b at dark last night, a deciine ot 1.6 in the (.receding twenty-tour. bonre. Tne James Howard. Captain J. H. Pepper. is the Anchor liner .this evening at five u clock for at. Louis. The Golden City, from New Orleans, passed np yesterday murniDg at an early hour tor Cincinnati witb a good trip. The Mark Twain, Ciptain W. P. Hall, will leave 1 bin rvemng at five o'c ock for Dyersb"'g aod all way landing. The Cent nnial, lrom Naw O. leans bound tor St Louis, pasted up yesterday morning with 600 tons lreigbt and a good trip of people. The 0eoIa Balle, Ciptain Henry Cooper, 'h the packet this evening at five o'clock, tor O ceolaaod the upper bends. John Haley is ber. e'erk. Tbe C;ty of Greenville passed down yes terday morning for Vickburg with a good trip. Sue added twenty-five tons of freight be-e. The James Lee, Captain S'ack Lee on deck, is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Helena, Friars Point aod all way lardmps. Lloyd Whitlow her clerk. Tbe Maumelle, Captain J. J. Darragh, is tho packet this evening at five o'clock for all points on Arkansas river. Caarley Mussel mon snd Will Dorrsfch are br clerks. TkeHa'd Cab, Captain Ed C. Posta', is the packer this evening at five o'clock for a I remta on White river, going through to Jacksonport. Charles M. Postal ia in the of fice. The Virgie Le, Ciptain G. Wash Thomp son, ia the regular packet this evening at five o'clock tor ail points on the Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. James Surteei is her atten tive clerk, assisted by H. M. Miller. Tbe elegant passenger packet Guiding Star, Captain W. B. Miller, will rasa down tb:s evening at five o'clock for Vicksburg, Natcbtz, New Orleans and all intermediate landings. John S. Jones presides in tbe office. Is it not about time the contractors were making a move toward putting down tbe pavement on tbe levee from Union south to Beale street ? There is no material yet on the ground, and no wotk done on the grade. Whose is the fault? The big iron steamer, Charles P. Chouteau, Captain W. H. Tborweigan, is billed for New Orleans to-day at neon, leaving immediately after ber arrival from St. Louis. Passengers and shippers cannot have better or quicker dispatch south than is offered by the Chou teau. Captain Miltenberger is the chief ees retary. The champion R. R Springer, Captain H. U Hart, will pass up this morning at six o clock, taking passengers tbrougn to um . cinnati and all p oints eat snd north at rates too low to talk about. it?ad the figures: lo Eanville, foj Louisville, f6; Cincinnati, 7; Pittsburg, f 14; Baltimore. 20; Phil adelphia, $22 50; New York, $24. See her agent, Captain James Carr, for any addition. Information in reference to passengers. His office is at No. 5 Madison street. For cheap, expeditious and comfortable travel, commend ns to the steamers of tbe Memphis and Ohio river packet companv. The agent of this admirab'y-managed line is wide awake to tbe interests ot bis company, and in tbe war ef rates takes only the part ot a mediator giving his patrons cheaper ratps and better fare than ever betore, a very ffi cscious method of settling the dispute. The Virgie Lee, leaving this evening at five o'clcck, is their next boat for Cincinnati, and if any other can take yon for nothing, she will pay you to go along just to erjoy your company, sae uaptain Light rourne, Mo. 7 Monroe street, for all tbe details. Fertsaal. Commodore Wise left for Cincinnati I by rail last niebt. Mcjor W. H. H. Banyaurd, United States engineer corps, bas returned from Washing ton. Commodore J. N. Hat bin, of the Memphis and Aikansas river packet company, left tcr Cincinnati by rail last night. - Among tbe round-trip passengers on the Virgie L?e are the sister and sister in-law of Chief-Clerk G. Wash. Thompson. Arthur Browne, second cierk of the James Lse, bas gone to Evansville on a visit, his place meanwhile b"ing filled by Ed Gay. Captain W. H. B abe is rapidly recover ing. Oa Sunday last he rode out and afcer ward received v s ts from a host of friends who called to otT-r congratulations. Tbe members of tbe Helpiug-Hand club of the Baptist church and a number of friends had a delightful excursion on the Virgie Lse last night. Thanks to the managers tor cour tesifs. Captain Al. Smith, of tbe Mike D-ivis, and a lawyer named Robinson cirri very near having a personal altercation at Wittsburg a tew days since. Revolvers were drawn, with the very best intentions on both sides to nse them, but fortunately friends interfered, and settled tbe trouble without bloodshed. Through a misconception of the facia in the case, the name of Captain John T. Wash ington was appended to an advertisement of tbe R. R SpringT, off-ring reduced rates ot tare nence 10 Cincinnati ana poinis east. when it should have borne the signature ot Captain James Carr, passenger agent of the Southern transportation line. Slander of an opponent is the argument o' a fool or worse. The assertion made yenter dsy morning by an ardent friend of the B ir xtana-canal-outlet scheme, tbat Mr. J. B. Eids is in the pay ot .the railroads of the country, and has bank checks in black in hi pocket to bll np as occasion mav reauue to buy newspapers and public men enough to float the jetty scheme, was in bad taste, not to say malicious and entirely false. Colonel Dan tvice paid Memphis a nigh compliment ia Ihe course of bis lecture at Cairo tne other day an example tbat should shame some of our home folks, wbo never set foot out of the city but to malign her. The old veteran is trying to bang (temperance aud ; morality into tbe xtiityptians, having lettCaito (or Villa Ridge and Paua Sunday morning. His especial attention 'is directed to Eiitor Jake Swallow, of the last-named village. Ihe Osceola loolle came in from the upper bends last evening, arriving about six o'clock, bringing a big party ot round -trio exrxirsion i iststrom Osceola, among whom were Messrs. J. B. Driver, J. C. Edgriogton. J L. El- nngton. Jinn Edrlogton. Peter Bricky, V. E. Moss, El Matthews, B F. Butler and son, J. O. Blackwrol, W. F. Williams, J. B. Winn, J. T. Barnes. B. S. Carleton, E A Carleton, Dr. H. C. Dunovant and lad v. Mr. Stowell and lady, Mr. Hale and lady, Mr. Parnell and lady, R. L. Thona ana lady, W. T. Chatman and lady, Misses Mary Dio ton, Sallie Denton, Mnlhe Matthews, M oore, ot Cape Girordeu; rioaodtien. Duffer, Laura Miller, Lena Miller, Fannie Fletcher, Mollie Soeed. Addie Rcundtree. E.la Roundtree, Helen Moore ard Sadie Matthews. Captain Henry Cooper, C.erks Haley and Tboinaoi, Sueward Sharkey, and, in fact, every officer on the boat, are doing everything in their power to make tbe voyaze one to bj long and agreeably remembered by ihe pleasure-seekers under their charge, and tha general expres sions of satisfaction lrom thtaa last ia good evidence that their efforts are appreciated. Picked Id Adrift. All the rivers are falling fast, and nnlesi Ihe Juoe rsa should turn out more water than is expected, a dry time moy be had th.s summer. A white man, presumably a ratonno, was drowned from Ibe Batesvilie tbe rtber day, jnt as she was bicking cut from Wittsburg. Eifoits made to rescue him were counteracted by the immense - cargo of whisky he had on board, as he never came up after taking the fatal tumble. A combination of St. Louis merchants pro pose lo build during tbe summer a bo-it for the ready and economial transportation of the commercial evangelists traveling on tbe river in tbe interest of tbe bouses who may take stock in the enterprise. She will be ready for the fall trade. The Henrv Frank commenced loading rail road iron at New Orleans tor Arkansua City, Monday morning, but the work is progress ing slowly on account of troub'e with tbe stevedores, who demand eight Vents a bar, while the boat thinks tbe work should be done for seven. As tbe boat is in co particu lar hurry, being the last trip of the season, she will probably get the best of the dispute. MOVRHE Tt OK OCEAN MTEAHKBH Montreal. May 18. Arrived: Circassian, from L-verpcol. New York, May 18. Arrived: Gallia, from L'verpool. Father Point, May 18. Pasied inward: Ontario, from Liverpool. Glasgow. May 18 Arrived: State of In diana, from New Yotk. NewYohk, May 18. Arrived: G'elert, from Hamburg, and Sc. Liurant from Havre. New Orleans, May 18 Arrived: R3 binia, from Pailadelphia; Batesaire, from Glasgow. Lcndon, May 18 Arrived: Qjeen, from New York; ttaamsbip Wyland, from New York. London, May 18. Arrived: City of L;m erick. New York. The steamship? General Warder, Servin, Sorrento and Arracoo. from New York, and Bmemtan, Dorian and Gia- w :i r t Q n , frm 1 i I n . urnvor! cnf 37 Court Place, LGuISyiLlI, KY., won uceeiaitii. ha mcu will rr"lf- Cures all forxus of FillTATE, CHRONIC and SXLXUAL Oisi ZASKS. , Spermatorrhea cum im potency - the rvruil cf elf-bos in youU, sexusl a.:-c in ot tirw pars, or :ihr ud i-rodwii-s r-miccl iL-'cV- tcwiog ttrec.: N-i vtutn-i, bL-win.-iI i-mi .;k-dv (oiqbt a '.t ions, bv irrxm). iituuess of fc.yl.t. Defective M- tut - -'hj fticaID;-cav. fiui.'k-a'ia Fax?, Atcn,ijn tiSrjut.- ot Coctusion of li, iw of fcexul Fowtr, c. rmO-riuj Tirrui iniprop-r or oliitpT, r ttiorwuti'.y idu piJ -ynily cur-d. S'iTH.II IS I"'' ow a,i ir. iv era-iitea ftxna uie sv..i: Gonorrhea , GlaX P:rictTire, trUi-Us, Bsnlus. tvt Kaiue, piks ah J viLer priratsi liscaj!S quifklr cured. H b- elf-evi.tent ttwt aphy cianbopaypfciAUttitteSi io a oriai'i clf.s of diseases, aud trraticr tbnusandt atinn allf, acquirea tjPeatskilL Phyaicinos kaowirigK. 'act often rtr-oni ni- tid porsoos to 17 cmr. Wbvn it L- iuconv-nient wiHt ttn city lur irratim-Qt, ordici u- con be eni (;rivM. j n. ff.ifIy by imtl or txpnsts rat htn. Cures Gna&r&iatoocL in all Casei undertaken. . . M , Couiuitatioiia pnrswnJ!T tw or IrttV ft aod lorltadL, Cbxrgcs IvaMMiftbie aad oorresponde&ce atnc'ly ootir.'labUtv. A PRIVATE COUNSELOR Cf pKcs, nnt to any mddress. -nrely nld, for ttirt OO' 'ots. i-boukl be read fc all. Alrcas as tcy .-. fr-s0 4 ' ' P. If wt-1.- 9 to i y mm COTTON GIN Classns the Seed better. Runs Lighter, Glna Faster and Costs Less Money than any other Cln In the Market. Eery machine fully and legally guarranteed. a c o O Theme machines aro made ot the best materials, and the irorkmansbipaiulnishanimexcellcd. Have been airajxlcd premiums at all the State fairs, Georgia Alabama, Tcxoi, ctcu Upwards or wot or our bmmuicouuiHnu tbe aouthcrn states, orer 1000 having been sold In irra. Price List of Clns, Feeders and Condenser Boxed ready for shipment and delivered at onr factory. Price of Gins. Price with Self Feeder or Coxulenner. rricewiOi Seirrederasuf Condcn&cr. 73 00 87 IO 00 11S 60 125 00 110 00 leo le lbO co t'.IO 00 lit 00 ira so 118 oo 160 oo lfOOO o 131 OO Cl-j CO lit 60 oo r. 60 196 00 13) 00 i,t 00 fc4 CO to ts bO 0 70 so rr Terms given on Application. XJ Trom 1S43 to 1S0S ve m&nnfactoretl Olnaat Columbns. Ga., nnJer the firm name Ct K. T. TarLoaA:Co.. aIU;r-ari.s CLJUfOHS. HaoWM Ji ( 'o., and made what was tucn kon aa tbe Taylor Gin. Purmjr the year 10S weremTt d tolliU rlace, where we haTe been exclusively enframed in r.-nnu-Xcturiiiir Gins evcrstnoe. Vilh lorr expo rw nee. Co best Libor uvinK maehmery and skilled workmen, we i ossesa advantages not enjoyeu uj any o.nermaE-.a-iarcriaour line, for producing; tbeBSTwork forthelXACTmoccv. TtiA i ! im MiTi ii lnMt TrarvjuRorns. tlLat nearlv 1 ( . remained imluled, but we have doubled onrniar.ulacTurir;? capacity and hope to be able to meet all demand. sull It Is toe wisest plan to got your order In early. Bend for illustrated pamphlet frlvinirie voluntary frst.TtMmtala from over 6-.0 live, enterprlrlj planters. Preescrnrinea f.il oomnlete ontnt furnisheawUendealred. Aduxvas BSO7I COTTON HIS CO., stew Loypo". coyy STANTON H.OUSJE, Catattanooga. Tennfiiwe. mm Palace Hotel of the South. Sublime enrv. J. deiuutful atmo.pbare, beautiful srounds. Tbe favortie winter resort tor Nortnera invalids and pleaaura seekers. Tbe sprint; and summer tor Aoutherners. WATT A BRALK. ProD'ra. i. C Derby, Uue of .Blounl Bprlnss, Ala., Uanager 't- " B. I COGBBAS. C. A. R. LCOCHRs it AxcrcrTUKKKs or Lumber, Lath and DNri,Buk u BUsti, u tU Uids s( fsekk Offlc and I ard," root f Wxsl (Brtoa St. Saw aod Flanliis; 31 Ilia, : P1LK3BOOM CXOHNKB OF UNION AND! FRONT BTfiFKTt Wf mT1l l. . . a ...i Ta 175-177-179 Main St., Itlemtilils, f gpax Carriages, buggies;LiiflgonSi AND ALL CAItKBA;K ANI WAON 5SATESIALS ! We bare recently Kreatly enlarge! our Storehouse, BUIDLES, COLLaBS, 8ADiLEKY AND1IAKXS II of all kinds. General Millmrti and TeTinewgott Farm ' "tn cro-n s ! A. C. Tis adwcll. A It. tHa Oa GROGIRS&OOTTOiF No. 11 Union street, riiemphie. Tfinn. 0R6ILL BROTHERS & GO. GEUAL . AND A large stock of Planters' Hneo, Cotton Scrapers, Grain rrsdh g, I'eaioeraand Vowpn, Wheat and I'ora WJIIls Sorsbam Mill-, Brliintr, Rope, Metals, Iron, llorxe and Main Slme-, Carpenters' and JJiack. limit hV Tools on hand. rev. 2 Front LUFONTAINE&G COTTON FAOTOBS AND- 298 and 298 FRONT STftEET, MEMPHIS.... TLS. fy4rpis for tl srlbratod sa. . a SA. 4. aiiACHSII iMonHflM Rfl oifia oa eia um u aa da gig tj Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND SAX.T AGENTS, ty our Kctllpae Bailer Is tbe best GIN for cotton before reaching tbe saws. Has 12-lncb solid heavr brash, and gins van fast. Our Bevolvlng bead Gin Las no superior In clean cotton. Oar Feeders and Condensers will clean eo'ton of dirt snd dust. MaOrflera flien toromiilly, Knannelna at'yfatlon. Perd fnrclrfnlur. Wefir tnall n'nr mtr "Ins ABUitltM STKHABT, Alt.V l. UtV liltk., r. skUAKlilit, New Orleans. BtesaiphiB. Mesnpk STEWART, GWYfflEieO.I WHOLESALE GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 cod 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Stewart Brothers & Go, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, Vow Orleans.. I nniaiona. C0TT0M AND 3on rT?oNT W HOT 11 at $ Irocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371-373 Main street. Memnhis. M.H.Coover&Co JIA UI'aCTDBEKS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, ALL KINDS OF DOOIl AMI WINDOW FRAMES, ' Brackets and Scroll Work. Rough and Dreswd Lumber, Shingles, Lath. Etc., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington street. CKAMWiRQH-Wa Randlo cto Livormoro, I'x-oijp's, &8 Second tit., op p. Market Square, Memphis. t?IIone Fronts, Colnmns,Lintals, Kills, Tentllatora, Cellar Gratinsr.all kind Iron ami Bras. Catlo 9, General Kepairs) and Kverj ibliig in t f l,ln if FonmlrT ml J A-hlnp.linn Work. Tt. Ik. KBTKK, late Katea. KUtr A. J. I jas, UU UOAs. nesusilB. reaas. ESTES, D.OAM '& CO laecesora to Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission nerchand, Kos. HI nd 13 Union SStreet-1 M mhls. COCHi a KUND3 "OF and added to our former stock s TuU line of ', HAKES. TRACE-LUaIS, Allll WAKE AM 3IATi:KIAL.S Agents for the Celebrated read well. . M. Tread well. 1 mMm Co, ACTORS DEALEKS 1H7 sreef Memphis. Tenn. I COR. THIRD AND LOCUST STS. . ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. V.. fnrvr Cotoniw..tv aAt'liall. . is, rxik. PRATT 8I1J 01 IX o. 314 Front street, MANUFACTURERS' DXPOT Pra Co tt i Ellis Revolving-Head & Eclipse Huller, Feeders, Condensers. river planters. It will separate tbe bulls from tbe saws. Revolving bead, reg-ulatlrog seed board, extra FACTORS th:tipttt2. s 1133 T sTJ Kates, riser t Ca.1 uuawi uui )ff:fj . tuus. . parts of tbeecun- ljHrU-LUUliJS Lake Elmo, Minnesota THIS well known fsrprl'e mimm'T mtort will ba opened Jaaat J84 Lka Elmo is IS miles from PL Fml.on ik 8t. Paul and Coloaeo Eatlroad. wnlcb ra-l six d-itlj train rach waj, and IS beauttfuilr situated. One hunnrrd and Sit sum ot lawn and woodlnnJ. Mi e-t sail a rowboxts In ine f Mt9. Jt lee ant st.i-f.jt, rwlns, croquet, billiards. TIHTr and fyraonilnm Klmo Lodce, so nnd-alterl.a locUMlila Is ntw nelf lar- Dlsbed.and 0rst-lsss Inetert resrocct. Dlnlnsrro ra SO bj 80. witb ample accumiLOdat'ons for 250 CuesU. W rounds llb'ed by lbs famous Klectrte tignu a noons oar patrons, we rerer. un pleasure, to tbe follow I ntt ummirient ettizens of Memnhla: K 8 RowIps. M-iJor W. H i-ben. James E. Beasler, James Speed, J. H Fowlkes. Dr. H. B Maa'j, 8. S. rnviaweii, w m. wiiiiams, iar a Kooiuson l.. b M'KarUnd. W. a. WbeaUei. a. Karr. Joatnb firjeeht axd Milt tt Harrr In Probate Cdort of Sbelbr eonntr, Tenn. W. A. " -! Wberrretal. ts A C. Wrlieetal. Ftbls causa tbe court baring ordered tbat tbe bidolDK at a sale m arte bereln, oo 5ih day of Kebmary, 1880. ba reopened, so far ru resp-cts iba eertam tract or Daniel of uutd OMerlbed lu lb' sur rey and In ihe Clark's report nf sale died beieln. aa lot No One f tbe WHEnHTHOMK IB ACT. blnf tbe ro.-tb balf or said home trn containing 107 75 lOO ara. stuarted In range 5. section 8. la fbelby rounly. near alomlnj Son, and tbat tbe bld dlnas be kept open tor twenty ds. and toat pubtla notice be g yen tbereof. I ben? by eWe notice of tbe opening of stld biodlr j.; tbat iber are nowopeo. Hnd bids wMl be reelved at my office until nnon ot klondaj. iota day of May, 180,wuea tbe same will ba dosed. Tbls April 20, 1 880 OWUJi DWXEK, Cleik. J. Vf. -TTsmnfon. (VMlrr. ts. d JlO.'sTCiOMEliy WliiteSuIpIiurSprins Hontjroinery Conatj, Tlrginl. THIS famoos summer resort, lo tbe mountains ot Virginia, near Ibe summit of Ibe allegbany Moamaiua. in uii eoumy. aavlna; oniegrm many Improrements since last svison. and the oruDrletor bavlog become lankly Interra ed la tbe purebase ot stock ad furniture, will at are neitb-r expense nor pains tn Kiainlus It- reputation as tbe leading wa ter aK place of tsetate. Tbexe spilrws a'eloeaied near ibe uoeoribe A. M. o It R..81 ml etwwtor I ynebburx. 1 2 miles east ot B'tetol, and mi.roundrd bywaten.is pUfrs of note' rMirt Ttais pace la tbe most handsomely improve'', and efforts tba inrat aeommoaitons or anyplace in virgiuia. Tbe ebeap ratiroad fare and unusual Hi pr.oe of boa d sboutd secure a larxe patn drko tbls seesoo. Kzpreiw, tH-gr-'ph. post and Ik net ortic s are located oo tba arourwM. Tbe wateis ol Ibese.prlnKt bare lung been laTorably known lT tbelr byglenle prop e iln. Iby eonaiHt or thkii Btuu fOLrins fPRIKOS, ONR CHal.TBStTB and a FBI! TuN 8 8"BijiO. Vuitonto tbo Mnntg.nwry Wblttoulpbar spnng4 will stop at Ibe Big rut net otxtion oa tba A. to. O- fat. K. dlstaoea rr m tbe Springs 11 mllt-rv witb wbtch It ts conneetrd by a Drw branub Barrow gauga railway line, and in l-s ibao ten minutes arrive at Ibe Bceptlon Boose of tbe (-price. Tbeee Springs wi'l open First of une for tbe reception of Tisltuis. Brora as low as any other firxt-clas waterlr g place In Virginia Special rates will be mid; foplnriie parties. Brsldent pbsst-olao. Dr. James H Kent, ot Virginia. For itrtbnrlnfor merton. ddr-s TBiBI. WH.3QN,. Ptnn'a. Inman Line Royal Mail Steamers SYew Yark t Qseeaitawa A LilTnrRatel KOTTOK Tbe Steamers of tbls Line take Lien, tenant Maury's Lane route at all wasoor of tbe year. Cm or KtcHaoNU, Saturday. Mny Ti. at 8 p.m. CiTT or CajtSTKR. ba urdnr. Hay 29, at 10 am. Cirr or Bkcsskls. 1 bnrsdr. Jure 3. at a p.m. Citi or Hkkus. 8lU'Oay June 13 at 8 .m. Citt or Montkbai Tbursdy, June 17, 12HO p.tn. From Pier o. HI. Kortb HTer. tool or Cbarttonst. Cabin passage S8it a d mo Return tickets on favorable terma. srKKK4B '8 r-alooos, stale room., amoalng and batbrooms amtdsbtp. JOHNS. D4L8, lni'.8IS HH Broadway, N. T. JOHN LO am UR. corner Causey and Linden streets, J n. MOTisl Mln hi. Twn- FAIRMOUNT. A SCHOOL FOB TOITNG LaDIRS SITTJ4TTO IA. on tbeCumberland Plateau, Tenn. Jrccesalble by rail from all poln's. A location unsurpassed for be-tltafulaecs ot cilmat and torauty of scenery. Second Trrm, 18-0, begins Au-ust tub: closes Deember Into, ezd naea for ball year, $147. Summer Teim of Uiuto for studaou tiot entered tor Htetery eour-e. --- There will be a mmmer term In tbe Mnslntl De pvtment ot tbe arbooL under dlrecU n ot Mr. I. de Zelloxk , beginning June 1st. naenalag Octo ber 1st. Tbls term Is established for tbe benefit of teachers aod amnteurs wbo can take adTantage ot tbe season to see-re ibe superior facllltlea t..r In st'tictloo offered by the Institution A course of tody will be atraoged to meet tee wants of this elaa of arurtents. tXPUBi-Per oonne of elgbt weeks, two lea sous per week, forty minutes each, payable on hail' In advance; PiaiO Ko te lessons J 30 00 Ped.U piano t trgnu 24 00 Cultivation of vo ceand solo (Inglug 2ti l0 Usee of Piano or irgan 4 00 Coorua elas for Irostmetloa tn 1 heory. Har mony, ttc, free. Board per mtinth. 9 1 0 Address, UR3. U. B KKLL4, Prle'pl, Mt flit, via Cowan. Tenn. BgrxRnfCBS Bev. Dalzeil. D.n., u-on. Jcob Thompson, Messra. Day Pmudftt, Memphis, Tenn ; Bt. Bev. W. M. Hreen Brv W P. lhiao-e, Pewanee, Tenn.; John W. Boblnaun, Jackson. Tenn.; Hon. K. a Buck, Ticksburg. Miss.; Dr. B H Bklp w cb, Lin e Bock. Ark.; m. G. ergr. Ureecville, Misa.. Bu L la. Bi bla, Tbibodaux, La.; ir. laaao Hull. Friars Point. Mis. " Tratee's Male. BT virtue ot a trust deed made to rbos. N Jobn aton (now erea-ei), oo Ibe 20 b dayot le eember. 187H. by W. H. Lucas, to secure certain In ovbtedneaa theie'n mentioned, and sold trust deed being duly recorded la tbe HeglMr's otboe or belby county, 1 eiioesser. In laook bo. 115,Pea 281 and 2.12 ; and by virtue of a deree bad In tbe ease o W. B lisibreata vs Mr. B Laeaa et el., ej.lerwl 8d of April, l8riO, In tbe Honorable rbanoery Court of obeloy county, Tooes9ee aod affirmed by tbe Su preme Court of Tennessee at tbe A141I term thereof, 180. aod by wbtcb aald decree the undenugDed was truly apoolntvd tnistee tn tue place of tbe a'd Tone. N. Jobnetnn. deoead te execute aald oust; ai d wlierxaa. oetault bavlcg b en mndenl tbe pay ment ot tbe Indebtedness tue eln secund. I will, at the request of tbe betieOctanea therein named sell at pubile outery, on the premises hereluufter de scribed, on Matwrday. Jmnm S. 1S, the following described property, alluated lying and being In Sbelby county. Tennessee, city of Meniubla, DOW known as the Tailng-d liUt, aud dw-crlbed aa follnwi. lo wit: Being lot No on tbe uortb aide of Ca'roil avenue, c ty of Memphis now t axlng aiatrict, and front'og 47 feet ou said avenue, and running bark 1H2 teet tbe same being Ibe property sold by M. Magevney to ft. Peter's Literary associa tion, and by said Ansuctatl'n sold to W. B Lucas, tbe beuse on aald lot or ground being No. 174 Car roil avenue. Also, tbe following drwcrlbed personal property: All toe furniture bow In said boute last above earned, consisting ot one parlor set of rami Imti, five bedroom eels o' lurnlture; alst all the dlulitg'onm and kltcben furnit- re, consisting ot eupa and saucers, d snes. o-.e atove, cooking uten sil..; In abort, everyihlng now lu aald house 174 Carroll avenu. Termao! Sale Cash; eqn ty of redemption waived, and title believed to be perfect, b-1 1 -ell and convey aa trustee only. J. M. KuWLLiS, Titutee. u. w. niiirr. Attorney. SGOO REWARD! WILL be paid by Ibe onrterflgne I for the deliv ery to tbe abeilfl of Deaoto comity, Mtsa., or to ourselvea. of the bedy, dead or alive, ot SCtr. s- tsi. l'..lrer,ho alald nd aasiaaln ated hUKl:S ByiI3TKD. on X u Hs'l'i plauta lloo, four miles wet or Hii'tl late Oerx-t. Dewto cout.tt, M8 ,tn nutida? bight. May 41. 18WO. The aid rd Nelma I. a rattier drk eoi4M eolor d re io abo t 5 le t lo 7 I'i.'Im bmb, Mlths I4S lo lf-fi pounds, square bull , sl'gntly rou dor aio-ip-abouMered; 22 10 21 years old. rou' d lace, lar.e smooth forehe4d tf nit her good cetmienai er; wore a small i eat muacae abr-ti lat sren; his tw .mid dle upt-er leeio l.ige and ne'in well aimrt, lar enoivb to ruu a matcb or large straw between tbem, and has a bebll of oc-hkio .al j f puling tbruogh and b tw en lhm He I. a ton of Bovk reium. and bas b en llv ng wlih bu fatb- r un H K. sbfn)'s op ter fUr.tnlon, about one ml'eei-t ot Norfolk Land ing D-oio e tinty. Mla , and ski last wn near tbat p ace on Itii oay .lu r Ut murder. He baa rel atives living lu Mempbl. lenn.on Prl enl's Ij'Hnd. ai.d In TntiK-j cun:y, Mv Aii1caila baa b;n made by tbe p oper nleato tbe Uv ernor of Mias-tpnl to f iler an additional rtward, which w ll no d uht b- done a. soo aa posnib a. AHaldTEAD, LU.SDKK BBJ)"B.. l.n bbonr. Hereto enanty. Miss. Munteaglr Springs. APDMMKB RESOtT H THK TOP O" CHM bkmlahd KoCntaik. at the village ef WoOat, In Mar-on eounty, Tetine see. on Ibe railroad, ais ml'es irora tbe Ut-ivers'ty ' lb. Siu.h. TeleaJauh, dally mails; aeveral train each day. Klewattwa 13tl fee -far sksvs Mala- rlaast taa ieBtaglaaiai Utaeaaea The air la eool. dry and bracing all summer. Free stone, Cbatyb-ati and Alum waters '.rand views from tbe b.urti ot um Rioaatain iartbe hotel. Point c Intereat-Qraj's Peak, alpine View, Winston's Cascade. Duncan's Point. Alum Spring, 8atterwbte's Havlne 8 liptre Cave and Lovers Leap Finn Tiout aabl'ig within convenient dis tance lu Klk and Sequ-trbie rivers and Balile eieek. Moflat contains tbe ultimo' ieelneu.ee oc a number of lam 1 1 lea woo seek tbe eomfotor onol mouulaln air, and is tne sit-of Fall mount College, a larn aud suivesatul female school. blch holds it. m lons during the summer. Tbe around are shaded, by lo'eat t'eee Tbe bote! Is rew aod In tnor ngh repair, and wdl be under xp-wleneed management, and supplied with experienced cooks aac s rvaots. Two good pbisidana bave summer bouaari at Moffat. Tb-. Springs ate reached by the Nasbville Cualta nroga and et. Louis H.l'eoad to Cowan, and theooa up Uie mounulo by the Tracy City Biltroad. iKKSa: J30 per month S10 per week 82 per day. c'biidre aud ae'inu balf p'l-w. orfor S:ecla' Rale- apnly to the proprietor, or to Tneo. Couiey, Nashville, Tern. . , w. L DgQIaW, Proprietor. Financial. WILL sell Interest of $ORO In one of the best manufaetarea of patented CHalKd AMD CHADLKd In tbe country If application Is made early will give discount oo above For t-anlculaie 8 last Market street, IndlanapollaTlnd.