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THE MEMPHIS B AIIA.PPEAL-TH1IPSD A Y. MAY QO. 1SSO. RAILWAY RKCORD. Arrival aad Dcptrtare of Tralaa. Trains on the Padueah and Memphis road mora as follows; Mall leaves dally at 4:00 p.m.: aooom moriat'on lanves dally at rt.80 am. Mall arrlvs dull? at (MO a.m.; aecommudelloa arrives dally at 5:45 p.m. Trains on the Memphis and Little Rock road mora as follow: Mall leaves dally at 5:10 p.m.; freight leave' dully, except, Sunday, at rt:00 a.m. Mill ar rive daliy nt 1 1 .05 p.m.; freight arrives daily, ex cent Sun tar. at 5 :0R rt m. Trains on the Memphis and Charleston road mora a muoes: stall leaves dally at 11:15 p.m ; win villi aooommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4 4lip n. Mall arrives dally at l:OU P m ; ovmor vine aco-immodaUon arrives daily, except Sunoay, Ml kJ .t. t - ... Trains on the Mississippi and Tennessee road mov as follows: Mail leaves dally al 2:J0 P.m.. SS;iidl vaimiMllw leave, daily, exeep S"W; at 4 J10 I m.: treUhl leaves dally. ex,"P ''u?'7. 11:45 a.m. Mll arrives dmlly at :4f a m. ; Sardls ac mmxlftloti arrives dKlly,expt Sunday.at H.4n e m ; Ireful arrives dally, except buuday, at 6.45 P Trains on the Louisville and Nashville road move at roll.nr-: Kxpn leave, d-illy at 1 1 :i0 P as ; mall ,.'"1 T.. . m Brownsville aoooinmoria- JTTlrJL: HTuVexc-nt 8 mdsy. at 4:40 p.m. Ex press arrive, dally at 6:10 am.; mall arrives dally Rt jl-m in m Browu.ville accommodation arrives Sail except Jun.lay. at 8:43 e.m. Saturday the ex press rui s o.iljto at'Kruxle, connecting lot Nash- rlMperinfrndent an reqwtttd to notify this ojffle promptly Of cnawygy m Personal and fieaeral. C P. A I more, jr., passenger agent of the Lookout Mouutatn rnuto, baa returned to the citt. e'ter a 'it to Nashville. With the Rome ud Chattanooga ralroac), th" lo k i- ai t .N tifj tillage rau- rvad, cii tl i- O att noca veil ne the coa ver(ii'K i-oiut lor nine lines of rairload. Oeorgij R. Brown, of the Lit'lo Bock Democrat, will soon be a full-fledged steam- biHt scent. Tbu move is made to keep faitn Irom having 10 mash to say about railroad--. An w) toys are in with it and it mast go Ihrtuuh. Tuo Nashville aud Chattanooga railroad is contemplating the erac ion of a new freight depot in Chattanooga. Ic la aaid it will be a vt ry large building and will be built on a gribd scale. Their present accommodation are too email. TL citizeni of Ooltewah are verv sanguine over the prospect of Colo. el AT (i bee build ing a branch railroad Iron Oltewah toi tir eoct the East Tennessee, Virginia and Gaor gi i railroad at Red Clay, Georgia. Oaa of tue chief purposes of thii roa 1 is to give the S. R. and D. railroad, which is under ront-ol of the Eavt Tennessee Virginia undGeor.ia railroad, the south bound Ire-gut frtm ihe Cincinnati Southern. Chattanooga Timet, Tuesday : "The gath ering clouds portend, m war that will turow the entire railroad )8tein into confunon. The tocsin waa sounded yesterday when the Cincinnati Southern announced itself ready t) carry pwaengers at two cents a mile.. We iiope thii mauguratorsot the strife know what the; are doing, but somebody is going to be hurt certain! As we are not in the confidence ot the manager we can only stand by and record tue battles and their result. Rejoiue je scalpers, a harvest await ye. . .Six hundred workmen will be pat lo work on to. Vicksburg, Shreveport and Texas rail road about the tirst of n-xt month, and the road from Monroe to Arcadia will be com pleted and io running order by the first ot October. Work will then be commenced at the Shreveport cod and pushed rapidly tor ward, and it i expected that before eighteen moutu eltpe toe wnole road will be com muted to bhieveport, and Vtc-kburg will have an alt-rail communication to VVeatherlord, Txa about aeven hundred mile. Asiathep ltailwajr ChaBge. Co'LCKbos, O., May 19. The director of the Ci.ti.il U iio railroad, and Sandusky, MaoatitfiJ and Newark railroad, and the of ficials of the D-unmore and Ohio railroad, met in tbU ety to day and ratified the leosss which give the Baltimore and Ohio railroad control of the o ber two until December 14. 1306. Ihe least of the Sandusky, Mansfield nd Newark railroad would have expired Decembtr 1, 1886. Worthy of Ko-Eleetloa. Baltimore, May 19 At a meeting of reprtseutalives of tha trunk lines yesterday, me Doarn ot aroitrators eit-ciea a year ago, namtlii Charles Francis Adama, jr., David a. yveisaoa jouu a. Wright, were con' tinned tot anotner year. Hallway Taxatleaw Atchisoit, Kb . May 19 The Champion aa a that the State boar t of equalization of A.4nsa uas assesica ouii nines ot railroad within th limits of tha State this year, a against SJ44J mile last year, an increase of 64 miles in one year. The railroad of the Stare are valued for taxation at an aggregate oi f l.aivoio tni year, a against f I bl5,tf08 last ytar, or an increase of $358 863 during the year. The average value per mile thi year i $6oC5 A CAttll. To all who are suffering from the error and India etlons of youth, nervous weakness, early decay loss of manhood, ete., I will send a recipe that will cure you, rBSB OF CHAHUK. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South Amerloa. Bend a self addressed envelope to th Bev. JohxpB T. Immam, nudum U , Sno J or City. Cellalwld. Kys-tllMSN. Kspreaanttog tba el:oloest selected Tortoise-shell and Amber. The lltcbteat, handsomest and strong est known. For sale In Memphis by C L. BYRD A CO., 97K M'n M GUUOYEAK S LlVtR TONIC ! t2TUe tiver Tonlo for Indigestion. t2TUae Liver Tonic for Costlveneas.l tiy Use Liver Ionic fur Headache, -S3BVm Llyer Tonlo for Sour , Stomach, trCae Liver Tonlo for l'lzzinrgg, JSTUse Liver Tonic for FalnUny Spells Use EnrekaT'hill Ton! Fr all t'Ades of fever, and removing all Malarial poisons frvm the ay-tern; enlatg-meniof the spleen and snamp leers il-l.i readily under the influence of this colli Ionia. 50a SI and U2. doodjear's Cora p. Extract Bncfcu For all diseases ot tha KIDNVY3 and BLADbKR, nd dlse.trs Incidental to Fit MA IKS for weak nesses ailslug (rum txeessee or indiscretion. Vegetable TonfcTspeciflc Pills, For the permanent eara of Gonorrhea, Gleet. Impo tence Brmlnal Weakness, lnconllnenea. General Debility, Uravel. Str.ocures, and all dices tes caused by -eit-io lmlon. such a- Loss of Mrmori, Fains In the Bwk Dimness ot Vision, Spermatorrhea, ete. i'rlae, J 60; J boxes, kO. J11 of the above for sale by L. K. Carmack, For rest L'lty, Ark : L. f. Urant. Helena, Ark.; J. L. Vroat. Mingo Ky ; W. N. Wllkeraon i Co., Whole sale Acei.ls. Memphis. 11. V. mK"DVKH. Overtnn Drug Btore, Vemphta. 0tIa3L POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THA Commonwealth . Distribution Co. Authorized by tlie Commonwealth ot Kentucky, and Fairest !u lbs World. At Uacaoley's Theater, in tha city ot Louisville, on MONDAY, HAY SI. latMO. fW These Drawlnirs. authorized by aot of the Leg islature of 1 HtlK, and sustMltuid by all the courts of Jtentucky oxur regularly on in last day f every tuontu (nun lays eice.ted). and are suporvl d by prominent citliens of tha Stale. Tue MiinHrinent oall atieuilon to therrand oppor tunity prttsenled of obtaining, for only i,auy ot TOI FOLLOWING FBIZKS t 1 Prlre 80,000 16,000 6.000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 la.ooo 10.000 a.7o l.WK) HOO 1 lrta. 1 Prlw. 10 Prires $1000 each.. ao m'e KOO each 1100 lnreM liHIeacU fV) Pnzea AO each tJj Prizes 20 each llOOO PrLsea lOeaeh ApPBoiinATioa rtuzsa, t PrtnestJliM)eah it rlzes 'iOOeaob. Fn.ti 100 each QtinHrteaa i S112.400 vTkVolerTfeUat. Half Tickets), SI 7 Tl. keu, .(. M TlekeU, 100. All applt'tioua tor club rates shculd be made to I te home onica. ... . ... Full Hat oi drawing raibllshed In-Louisville Oor-itf-JoHrwtl and New " h trout and mailed w a'l tlcliet-hoiders k tnit Umey Oy Mail or KxrwrM. Ad lreaK. M. HOAKiA. lrirtJuirii RuMing. Uutaville. Kenluekr.or at N a. 807 and H(H Broad way, Nw York, or to No. tf West Court street, aUm k Is. Tenne-see. KG.CRAia&CO HIAEMJUAHTEBi FOB ii5truii mM1 SEEDS CALL AT Ko. 331 MUX . STREET, AND GKT 6KEDS OF T"t . l- . Orals Oo Flowers to be bold Out! 50,003 Bedding Plants for Sale. TBR drmand for II owers for adorning and beaotl fjin out bnme bavin liwni stradtly.l de voted all lant summer in en ailnc my Boral estao llsbmenlsnd have Ihe laret slock of Getanluius, Veibenaa, Kolue Flanta. Koees.ele. , ever groan in anB ni Hia tuiufhern itles on bnd. which I era det-rmllied lo 8KLL OUT AT THI LOWEST F1U- I'tmS. Lovera ot nower will o sen vuu lira Hernando It. at. ear, aud are ilia display at atawtsi " Kl-""Hi,-VAai. V m Millie It . . ? 1 , urn iwi n iiiiim - . , , j ' j i, iiaiw, .aiwami miwet ap S'iraaaaaaarayaa Mii HHiHIMipa FINANCE AD COHMBUCE. FIUfANt'K. Boaines was very quiet yesterday on Mad- ison street. Exchange sun amveu imu f,,ll but waa very unevenly dietriboted tha varions banks. bJtue success above want ia roakintr accouota atrong with New Yi-rk. Loans are in only moderate call. The coonty autbf ritiea took $6000 Shelby county bond at 98, making $31,000 recently taken by them from one Madison ttreet ea tablifibment, all at the tame price. These bonds are the favorite investment in this market at cresent. The New York Chroni el quote Tennessee State coupons at 10 bd; Memphis and Charleston railroid first and second mortgage bond", 7, at 95 bid, and lock 23; Mississippi and Tennessee railroad first-mortcaffe bonds. A and ii. ot. at 11W The New York Chronicle, of Wednes day, reports: "New York exchange was quot-d to-day as follows at the placea named: S vannah buying. o-16; scllincr. 5-16 premium. Charleston, premium; 4 creminm. New Orleans commercial, per; bank. 250 nremiom. St. Ini, 75 ner 1000 premium. Caicaco, 5075 pre mium. B wton, S5o discount." Kxchange at our banks quoted at ii discount on Ne York and other prominent eastern points; with three, days' crace, X discount; sell ing at H premium. On New Orleans, discount: selling at par. Money ia loanet on short date at 8 per cent. Shelby ciunty scrip is quoted at 96 baying, and 98 aell inir. List sale of MemDbis sas stock at 75 76M: ol Bank of Commerce stock at 91; of State bank stock at yo; ot , JHisaissu-pi ana Tennessee first mortgatre bonds at 123; ot B:ou C.ty insurance at 77. MIMPH13 BANK CLKABINGB enmrmn. Balance. May 10 K5.6HM 88 S 14,tf HO Thus far this week.... 82H.2S h4 6140 HH Same tlmelaat week.. . H0rt.lt 1U H2S1H 01 fiauie Umeweek belore 652.812 07 134,712 13 I BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS. May 19. Rsntes, 85f. bOs. NEW ORLEANS. May 19. Siirht ex change on New York. $2 50 per 1000 premi um. cttrUne excuansre bankers Dins, 485K- LONr-ON. Mav 19. Consola. money. 99 3- 16;acnnt, 99 5 16: new hi, 105; 4.4. Ill; 4, 109; Illinois Central. 106; Fenosyl- vanta Central, t2)i trie, BO: trie aeconds, 90X: Radmtr. 26. NEW YORK. May 19. Money, 35 per cent., cloiing ul 3 per cent.. Prime mercan tile Daper. b&blA per cent. Sterling x change bankers' billa quiet but firm, 485; demand, 4ac?g. . uovernment bonds wr-.j firm; United btate coupon ot issi,iub; new 5s, 103Ji; new 109Mi new 4,, VtR Paciho 6s of 1895, 1Z6. SUte bObda dull; t Louisiana: 7eonania,46; Mi- auun, 11U; 6t. , joaepn, 1004; Jien- oessee bs, old, do; lenneape bt, new, 27; Vircinia 6j, old, 22; Vir ginia 64, new, 22; Virginia consols. 80; Virginia console preferred, 106. Kaiiroid bond wera active and strong. lo stock market opened firm, but aoon alter prioea tell eff J-j to per cent. At the first board, however, a h.mer feeling prevailed. and an advance of to Z per cent, waa recorded. During the afternoon a reaction of to per cent, took place, but in the late dealings speculation became strong, anu an improvement pi to .5 per ceu. was established, the coal stocks, Pacifio Mail and Canada Southern leading the advance, whicn was doe in part to the tact that some ot the recent "bears" were "bulling" the market. The activity and strength of the coal shares waa because ot the increased earning and favorable reports concerning these, propor tion. The grcsa earning of the N-w J-rsey Central railroad for April were $350,000 in exoe of those for the norrespending month of 1879, and it i estimated that the srosa earniLg in June will reach f 1,250,000. Io regard to the condition of the Delaware, Lackawanna arid Western it ia authori tatively stated that the company ia mining over three million ton of coal per annum, whirh is now telling at an advance ot $1 50 oer ton over the average price of 1879, when ha rif rM iw0?0 than able to Pay it8 fixerchari.es At lfa'8 aa of th? Pr ca nxeo cDarge. -ttfa.a cons pany 13 earn of coil it ia atated i taa h;f aad ing twenty per cent, for it . . . jA:l,e that a dividend will soon be declareu. . k purchase of this stock hava reoently been made on account of inside parties in mining share. Central Arisma surprised the mar ket by suddenly jumping irotn 41 to 71; there was no apparent cause tor the nae. Transactions aggregated 377,000 share, 1 1. 000 of which were Canada Southern, 4000 Oeutral Arizona, 83 000 Lwkawann. 4000 Delaware and Huds n, 44 000 Erie. 6000 St. Joseph, 7500 Iron Mauatain. 11,000 Kansas and Paoib'o, 33 000 Lake Shore. Q lotations : Central Pacifio bonds, 112; Onion Pacific firsts, 1125a; Union Paoi Go land grants, 110; Onion Paoifio sinking lund, 116 offered: Lehigh and Wilkeabarre, 113; St. Paul and Sioux City firsts, no sales; Chiutgo, U 'lumbus and Indiana Central firsts, bo sales; Chicago, Columbns and Indiana Ontral seconds, no -ales; Erie seconds, S9; Kock Island, 190 tff-red Panama, latf; Fort Wavo, 118; Pittsburg, lllj; Illinois Central, 103; Cnicago, Burlington and Quincy, 116; Chi cago and Alton, 106; Chicago and Al ton preferred. 120; New York Crfc t al. 125; Harlem, 173; Lake Shore. 102V; C-.ada Southern. 49,li; Michigan Cen tral, 78; Erie, 36; Erie preferred, 58; Normwatem, 89; N.vth western pre ferred, 106Ji; St. Paul, 71; St. Paul preferred. 1UO: St. aul and MinnapoliR. 49; St. Paul and Sioux City, 38; St. faui and Sioux uitv Dreierref .v.i'4: Delaware. Lackawanna and Western, 80; Morris d Eaex. 106: Delaware and Uudsnn New Jersey Central, 69; Reading, 48; Ohio and Mi8isir0i, 27; Utiio and Aliaawii.ui preferred, 74; Cueaapeake and Oaio. 154; Mobile and Ohio, 14; Cleveland and Colum bus, 70; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central. 11; Ohio Central. 18; Lke Erie and Western, 24: Ontario and Western, 27Ji; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and North ern. 62; Alton and Terre Haute, 14 offerer); Alton- and Terre Haute preferred, 60; WabaBh. St. Louis and Pacific 31M: Wa bash; St. Louis and Pacifio preferred, 57 Hannibal and St. Joseph, . 263i: Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 69; Iron Moun tain. 42; St. Louis and San Fran cisco, 33; St. Louis and Sao Francisco pre ferred, 42: St. bonis and ban t rancisco, brst preferred, t4; Cmcago, St. bonis and New Orleans, 24; Kaneaa and Tens, 30?; Union faciho, B4; (Jentrai raciho bonds, b4; North ern : Pacific, 22; Northern Paoifio pre ferred, 44; Louisville and NaBhville, 121; Naahville aud Chattanooga, 68; Louiaville and New Albany. 90; Houston and Texas, 52; Western Union Telegraph, 99 f; At lantic and Pacific Telegraph, 38; Pacifio Mail. 32;. Adams Express, 111; Wells and Fa'vv's Express, 107; . American Ex press, 55; United States Express, 45; Quirk silver, 9; Quicksilver preferred, 54; Caribou, 102;. Leadvitle,' 101; Central Arizona, 7; Home : Stake, 32; Standard, 29 tiered; Excelsior, 17; Little Pittsburg, 106; Ontario, 32; COTTOJT. Yesterday, theWbitsun holidays being ovr, the telegraph brought reports from New York and Liverpool. The resumption of business was marked by an advance in both those places; futures, however, dropping off in both places as the day advanced and the tone becoming easier. In our market the inquiry revived under the more cheertul in Suences and sales, though not large, were more liberal. The quotation advanced mak ing middling o higher, but at the cloee the market had become easy. In the New York market the Bulletin, of Monday, says tnere was activity, more firmness, better prices, owing to a demand to cover. "A great miny operators have been disappointed on to-day's market, evidently, and this ha increased the nervous and excited feeling. It had been calculated that yesterday would wind up the demand from the shorts anxious to cover and withdraw before the holidays, but the de mand proved that a great many buyers t mained. and thia brought in those wbo bad held off or had ventured on recent 'short' salt in expectation of a shrinkage, and, al together, produced quite a lively call. Ba yond, there did not seem to be much in the market, although the 'bulls' seemed rather mure confident, and some of the more pro nounced opiniona were willing to predict that the market was safe from any serious re action. TeUerday. Lcm ordinary 7Mfl M Day Befbre. 7irr 8- Ordinary 1 Ms Ouod ordinary 9 V Low raUdUog; -iTlt'Si 1 8l ft tts trlO-Vt it I l BCS(f III ilmr m im Ooodm:dllxif 'SI1 Miuuiii, tair "S.'A KT1UI ff 1 - 9 eio- Clean status V Oo W-fflu- Matket easy. Sales, 1150 bales; 850 to exporters, 250 to spinners, and WJ to specu lators. COTTON 8TATKMKNT. 8i a, eeptanber 1, 1870 886 Rwetved to-day... 105 hecelved previously 400.8H0 401.312 Shipped to-day 1 60S Shipped previously... 84a,r47 Stookv runnlnt aeeount IMPOSTS. Thus far this week.. Thus far last week.. StiMM nairfo'iuer iu.....- 411J509 M8.6VJ 63,117 V2rt ... 1.U32 ..401,313 Memphis and Charleston B B . ... ...... . Louisville, Nashville a .d Ut Southern B. B. Memphis and Little Kock H. B Steamrrs - aoaa and other source 15 2rt So" 10 105 Total..... XXPOBTS. Thns far this week. . Tuus far lat week. . . Slnoa bepteatber 1st. Memphis and Charleston D. B Mlulsslppl and Tennessee B B- Louisville, Nashville and UL 8ouibcrn R R. Total 1.908 BY TE LEG It A PB. The following are tha latest telegram of 8.B7B 4 724 848 582 877 711 tha domestic markets, as reported yeeterday to the cotton exchange: Price Middling. 11 1138 113 in in ii 11 7-ld 11 12-12- I be ioliowmg are toe Mew York spot, quo tations for .yesterday: Ordinary, 9 ll-16s good ordinary, 10 11-16s; low middling llc; middling. UJii good middling, 124c; middling fair, 133. At 10:40. qoiet a -ia a'eadv: 2:10. easier: 3. easier. Stock. 185 360 bale. Sales, 272 bales, and con tracts, 900 bales. The tnne of r,he future market waa as fnY lows: At 10:20. steady: 10:29. steady; 12:35, barely steady; 1:20, steady; 2:28. weak; 3:30, easy; 3. easy. Sales, 140.000 bales. The following ehow the closing quotations cttufarea in tnNew I ark marker, y esierqay Month. Tetterday. ii 4iii.ea 11.71 11 Mill 82 11 83311 84 ll.firrll.VO ltt 8010 82 ionnaio.ua lowmoni 10.7i0.7l Day befort. May June July August September... October November. .. December. .. January 11 7711 7 11 8311.8 WMlftWMW 1 1 94fi 1 1. U 4H(? 11.47 10 8-wll.--111.78310 80 10 78CT10 8O 1O.88310H0 The New O. leans market closed firm at 11K3 for middling. Sales, 2450 bales: re ceipts, 2044 bales. Stock, 160.249 bales. lbe .Liverpool telegrams yesterday re ported cotton active and firmer: middling up lands, 6 13 161; Organs, 6J8 I. Sales, 15 000 biles, of wi ich 13.000 balt were American Receipts, 63,000 oalt a, of which 23,500 were American. Liverpool market for futures opened strong; May, 6 25 32. 6 13 16 J; May June, June. July. 6M. 6 13 16J: July-August. 6 23 32, 6 27 32j; AogUBt-September, 6 13-16 6 27- 321; S- t)iniber 0 rhwr, 6 25 321; Os iooer-Nov mber. 6 7-16d: INcVcmber D.-rcem b. r. 6Jh1. At 4:10, June July, J'i y-August, 6 13 16J; September October. 6 23 32 i. At the tl we tuturee were qaiei; May, May June, JoneJnly, b 27-32'; Augu-r September, 6 13 161: SeDtcmoer Ujtober. 6M1. Ihe movements at the porta were reported ns follows: rhi Week, Lat . Thi Week Laid Year. Receipts fur 1 day. lx.806 22 021 6.345 481,04t 18,173 13.H48 tip a to u Britain fcxo'it to C -ntin't 33 I8 31,30(1 8.98 52646 418 Stock on baud 275 5J5 I oral receipts at all United S'a'e porta. 4,719,956; same date 1873,4 357,571; same dale 1877, 4.104,247. Increase of receipts at United States porta this vear, 362,385. Total stock at all ports, 481,043, against 275 225 same time the year before; in 1877, 307,831 There was nothing lively in the general market yesterday, nor any material change in prices. Ihe continued dry weather, with no present appearance ot ram, is causing much apprehension among the shippers ot fruits and vegetables. Corn was unchanged witn a fair lnauiry: other articles in teed were flat. Corn meal has Tost the active de m-tnd that was developed last wek, and rates were gliding back to the $2 15 quota tion. Strawberries were plenty and low, and Louisiana ripe tomatoes were coming in more freely. Jgs were in very moderate supply with a slight advance, reaching to 12143 as an outside figure. Chickens were easy except for fine young, which were strong. Our cattle market exhibits changes both in tone and prices. The present quietude in business is accompanied with much confi dence in the fo'ure. The following from the Boston Pries Current shows that it is the same elsewhere: ' It is understood that there are a large number of buyers in all depart ments ready to operate when they are satis fied that the shrinkage has been stopped, and we should not be surprised to see a sud den change for the better at any moment." Quotations below are Jor round lots ai the landing and the railroad depots, and tn elude neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to the time of arrival. Jobbing and giQrt stfles are at higher rates, as they '-tludt drayage, ttoroge and profit of the dealer. Feed. Corn sales of 25d sicks at 49 j an.1 49Hc; 60 sacks ear-com at 50o; in store, 52 53j. Oati little doiogj ia store, 44o.i Bran last said at 18 50; in store, 05 1 10 per cwt. Hav last sales rrairie at ttf; sale of a car-load of timothy at $19; in store, fl120. Flour and Usa. Flour superfine, f 4 4 25; extra, f 4 50(34 75; double extra. $4 75 4 85; treble exfra. $5 255 50; iamily, $5 75; ancv. $66 25. Cornmeal dnll at f 2 152 17; sale of 100 barrels at $2 15; Gain c mtnoa at f 2; joubing from store, 2 352 40 Vegetables. Potatoes in atore, 75" $1 20 a barrel. New potatoes, f 2 50 a bar r--t. Onions in sto-. choice, new, $3 7o4 a barrtl. Cabbage, f5 a crate for Louisiana and slow demand. String beansIt uisiana, fl 25 per two-third bushel bux; fresh htm) grown, 13 50(24 a bushel; Louisiana ws snap beans, f 2 25 for two third bushel box's. Louisiana tomatoes, fl 10 two third bushel boxes, Frctts and Berries. Oranges impe rial. $7(37 50 pr box; Messiua, f6 50 Lemon Palermo. $44 50 uer box; Messi na, (5 per bcx. Strawberries, f ll 50. ac cording to freshness; hoe, f 1 75 tor cases ot 24 quarts. Nuts Peanuts Red, 35'j Virginia, Z74s P"r pound. Almonds, 21223 per count). Pecans, 1218c, according 10 sizt. Brazil nuts, 101 lo per pound. Filberts, 12o per wound. Walnuts, 16o per pound. Cocoanuts, $5. Miscellaneous. Hominy, f3 253 50 a barrel. Urtts, 3 253 50 barrel. Cider Missouri, halt-barrel. $4 755; f8 509 a barrel. White beans mmum, $1 50 1 65; navy, 1 751 85 Dried Apples. 84 9j per pound. Drud Peaches, 88J3 per putiod. Millet seed. 9U9 ic a busuel. Eggs and Butteb. tSggs stronger at 1212c Butier common, I0z; medium, 12c 15c; choicf, 1820c. Oleomargarine in store, 17 18 3 per pound. Poultry. Chickens, 34; spring chick-en-. $23 50, according to b.zs. Ducks. 2 2b2 50. Geese, 3 perdozsn. Tumeys, $912 ner dozen. Uoa Puoduce Pork clear sides, lcoie, 7j; clear no, loose, 6 70 J; Bhoulder, looae, A. : Sugar-cured hams, packed, 934 10: Mess pork, $11 75 Bacon clear aide, pack ed,7u; clar ni-, 7Jsfc; 6fcoul'lpr,5,lc. Lard tierce, 7(3754 .; pails. 88Mc Gbocehiui Coffee, 12H(14j for ordi nary, 15J$i6o lor ta r, Ua for good tair,1818Jio tor choice. Tea imperial, 65 90s. Hice Louisiana, 1xi; Carolina, 78i. Salt per dray load, from store, fl 60 per barrel; coarse, per sack, $1 351 40; tine, f 1 651 75. Sugars Louisiana onen kettle, 848e: yellow clarified, 9i9c; white clarihiHi, 910c; cut lo-t, 11.'; gian ulated, 10s'10cj powdered, 10llo. Molasses L mtsiana suaarhouse ieboiled choice, 5455c; prime,4648j; fair,4245c; syrops. 45(55c. Hides, Leather, Etc. Oak sole, 3840j; hemlock, 2733i per lb; bar new, 3639j; skirting, 3840e; French calf. $4060 per doE?n; domestic calf, $i045 per uczen. Hides dry flint. No. 1, 18-; No 2, 15e; dry salt. 14;; green. 67e; green salt. 9j. Sheep skins. 50c(3$l 50. Tallow, 55Ji3. Bees wax, 20d. Wool Tub-wah"d, 36 40c; unwashed, 2528j; burry, 913j. Bagging and Iies Bagging Six.lOc; jnte, 2 llw., Ilc312ic; mixed, 11c. Ties, $2 75(33 per bundle. Twine, 18(20c per pound. Ljme and Cement' Lt'me, fl a barrel. Louisville cement, f 1 75 ft barrel; R.edale cement, $2 25 a barrel; Portland, $5 50. , Heaapals) Dally Cattle Darket Frey k Schilling, of the Southern stock yard, North Second street, report a further decline in prices of all descriptions of butchers' strck. Cattle are beginning to arrive off the gras in Ttxas and Aikansas, and tnough they are not of strictly good qualities they are producing a marked influence on pries. Sheep and lambs continue U arrive treely, and prcea are quotably lower. Hogs are without animation and quotations are mere ly nominal. Cattle. Choice to extra corn-fed. f 4 50 4 60; Kood to choice corn-ft d. f4 25(24 35; tair to medium corn ted, 33(4c; oxen, smooth and tat, 34j; r u n oxen and cows in good cood n, 23Jc; grass ted, fair to com), 33c; interior and com mon, l'4c; cows and caive. $15(335 per head; caiyes an4 yearlings, $4( per head. Hogs. Best selections, small weights, 4c; thin, light and common, 3(g3,o. cheep. Choice wool, none ottering; clipped, good tochor. 4-; common and me dium per liesd, $150(3 2 50. Lambs good to choice, 56o sro-s; common and medium, per bead. $1 50(32. jsnpblalaiiy Bsrseaad Stale Market J. A. Forrest Co., of the City stables, Monroe street, report as tollowp: Mules. Mules, 141 and 15 banns, $103 (3115; 15 and 15 tnds, $115(3130; 15$ and 16 hands, f lo0150. IIohs&s. Goud cnubintion saddle and harness horses, f 1350175; good harness horses, $125(3150; irood tini hordes, $90 115: goud plugs, $65(385; common plugs, $4565; extra saJdlo s.d bari.ecs horses, $l76(i225. I BY TELEGRAPH. ST. LOUIS, May 19 Flour dull; fancy, 5 20a-ked;cbo c-. $1 87j Msy June;fam tlf, f 4 80 a-ked. Wheat mwer and slow; No. 2 red. 1 07 cah. 1 07W(31 07U May. $1 02(31 02H 02(31 U2f Jaur, 93K 934(iiyo;3j Ju'y. Wi lue yr; - d, kl ftt- No. 4 red. 99j bid. Corn h ghsr; 35(33540 cah, 35o May, 3434;,'o VaUtt StiU of Telegram. Market. Bec'pU. Galveston Quiet 1,222 New Orleans Qjlet. 2,044 Mobile Bieady. 18 Savannah Iiregul'r H4 Charleston Steady. 255 wtlmii.gtoa. Firm. hi Norfolk Steady. 955 Baltimore Klrm New York EaMer. 75U Boston. Dull. 80 Phl'adelphla Flra. 200 8U Louis... Firm June.340 Jo'y, 35)43 August. Oits higher; 32a cash, 26io July. Kye steady, aa. Barley no mrket. Whisky steady, $1 07. Esrcs quiet, 88c. Butter weak; dairy. 1719j. Pork du'l: jobbing at 110 60. lv rait meats nominal. Bacon qaiet, i, 6 93 6 95. 7 15c. Lard nominal. NEW YORK, May 19 Flour dull; en peifine western and Sct.te, $14 80. . Wheat inactive; ungraded spring,- fl 11. ' Coffee quiet but farm; K10, cargoes, qioted at 1215jd'c; job lots, 12M17o. Sugar duil; tair to good refiuins, IJi'0- Aij lapses Tuiet. liice in cood demand: tJtrolma 67Mo. Pork dull; new mess, $10 70 11 I234. L-ird stronger; rorimt steam,7.I7o Whisky nominal, $1 121 15.) . CINCINNATI, May 19 Flour firm; fam ily. $55 50; fanoj, $5 506. . .Wheat easier: No. 2 red winter, $1 15; choice red $1 18. Corn quiet; No. 2,. mixed,: 40Jc Oils quM-t but steady; Sno. 2 mixed, o(Ji Rye demand fair and market titm. 95o. Bar ley quiet. Pork dull, $10 75. Lwd dull and lower, 680-. Ba'k meat dull. 4 20 6 35a. Bacon dull, 577a. Whisky demand active, $1 06. .Butter stronger; cbo ce western reserve, 10(3 lie; choice cen tra! O lio, 12c. . LODISV1LLE, May 19 Flour quiet; x tra, $4; extra family. $4 50; A No. 1, $5 o ZO; cboico fancy, bb 00. - Wheat quie $1 051 07. Corn o'e-ulv -ith a fair de mand; No 2 white, 43432; No. 2 mixed, 404Ic. Oats quiet j No. 2 white, 36 : No. 2 mixd. 35a. Rye steady and firm: No. 2 tall, 9495o. Hay doll, $14(3 17. Pork quiet but firm, $11 11 50. Lard steady; prime steam, 7c. tinik meats in tair de mand. 4 25. 6.408Ja i. Bcon quiet. 4 80, 7.107.50:. Sugar-eared bams dull, 9 lUXc. Whisky steady, f I 05. - : NEW ORLEANS, May 19 Flour qoiet but steady; superfine, $3; double extra, $4k5 (4 ot); treble extra, f4 7o5; high graues. fO V0 , fjorn steady with a fair de mand, 5354c. Oits in fair demand and market firm, 41423. Cornmeal in good de mand at full pres. $2 30(32 40. Hay dull: quoted, prime, $20; choice, $23. Pork qui t and weak, 111 "ZD. - L-trd steady; tierca, 7J 7M"; keg, 8c. Bulk meats scarce fttid ti-ni: shoulders. Inose. 43?: naoked. 44(a) 4?o; clear no, b42; ciear, bli. Uc.fc "ice and firm: m uiders, 5Jac: clear rib. clear. Il4la. Sugar-cured ham- scarce and firm; canvased, 910'3. Whin ay steady; western rectified, fl Ui(Sl 1U Coffee quiet; quoted Rio. cargoes, ordmarv to prime, 1315Mc Sugar in good demand: common to good common, 6M7fi-:; fair to tuny tair, 1H 7t, prime to choice, 75 80; yellow clhr bV.d, Molasses uuil a nominal; quoted, interior. 15s: common. 35: R ce quiet; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, 56(3o. CHICAGO. May 19. Flour steady with a fair demand. Wheat in fair demand, but at lower rates; No. 2 red winter, $1 091 10; No. 2 Chicago spring, $1 14J1 14J cash, $1 09?1 09U Jane. $1 C9ii(31 09 JaW. 92c August; No. 3 CaicaitO epriu. 94 94)4':- Crn strong id higher, espe"'!'! ch; 383 ch, 37;,38j May, 354 36?j Jj..--, 36H36gj July, 37j August; rejected, 85j. Oits 10 good demand at tnn price: 8251 csh. 325(3323 Mar. June, 23i July. Rye s.rouger, 82u. Bar iey Steady, with a tdir demand, 78 1. JPorS nanrttled and lower; $10 15(310 17Je.ih $10 17J Jane. $10 2710 30 July, $10 40 August. Lird dull. w-xk and lowtr: 6 77. July, 6 80: August. Bak tneafg easiur; shoulders, 4 20j; clear rib, 6.30;; clear, 6e. Clots. Wheat dull and prices a shade lower; $1 14.& My. $1 09 Jdn. f 1 04 July. Corn 375i37M3 May. 36iio Jot e 363 July. 0ta stronger; advaiic-d J.g!S Poik strong and btaher; $10 3010 32j Joj .e, $10 42K10 45 July. Lrd tro, k and higher, 6 77i'3 June, 6 8G6 82Kc July. I m DKT UOODS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, May 19. Bus-ness rf mMns qqiet with the package houses. C tttoa goods in; light demand at first bands. Prints dull; hoe lawns and wide prims in tair request. Ginghams are well sold no. Woolen g-vid continue quiet and steady. Tb4 Built tin nays that fifteen hundred cases of Brunswick pri'its, lawns ana piques were sold at iucnot to-day and nroiighr verv low pncps. To Change Business! Selling: Off Hy Entire Stock MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS I - AT COST, SAM'L MAY, 235 Main street. : Va HPKOinc JHe;f'lF .-ARKTht.rrolK trADS MARK gllHb Krairoy, an onf ailing cure for Seminal weK-n.ss.- op-rn)ator- rhea. iiupntncy. rid all diseases that follow, m a sequence or seii- ItTORE TAllHB.l-a'i", Pain h.AFTlR TAKIN8. me ttck, u.uitieoaof Vtalnn, Prematuia old Age, and many other diseases that land to Inanlt or Cunanmptlon. and a Hreraatuie Grave. Pall pnrtlo olars tn our pamphlet, which we desire to send free or irmll to ewrj o-ie. I ne apecno nenioine is soio by ail druitglsis at SI per package, or six pickaxes for 8S. or will he sent tree tf mail on receipt of the aaacay, by addressing TPS 8BAY MEDICTNB CO., ' N-. 10' sn-eiani Block, Detmlt, Mich. Sold In Memphis bj U. B. kno: and a. c BatUe i Whnlfxaalfl h (t W Jonos fV, awXCw A -w mrd catnptete 6CIDE T n'F.OUM'K. containing Chapters o A Cimt)ieol Wnwiin hood, Seleetinn of wife. ErioVnrri of V(rxin itj, Tmpermerrt, fetcnltty. Advice to Bndt ai b-tiaa. V t1. rraM.mtnR. .t -atJa. tTart ar Mirnsuwiv mtaitmnn, CMjKgwl Dmms, Cmcytim, Csnlliaa'Tit. Lm 4 CMtWvp. ImH1"'1' Har Ctw. Tra at pmlMIij, Ptofl L' f- IWI, La of Vamtfi a Oisatc. b imhurnf Hwrad WTnanM. T Utim, iSw caau aad ran. . . It U also a Private Medical Adviser "na diuei re sralrusg from impuif rrut aMncntions, and on trlf-sbuM th M kaM -mt WTm alW kb, cnaH H.rnh, Ea Laa af Tlm. ., anal aakking mmf tmpewpmr c anhsif. pi -a nw" arf mmmtt tkmt m aaW a aay mKn ki adoc4raM. Bawaal-1Arl. (Da. Bmu lawal ail Him nfl mtmi aaaWaa. w Ma tbaot U liaui Tru. AdJ-w t BBTTS' BISPtWSATi- tlt "i S'.. INSUEANCE. J. 3. HUHPHY. I v , B, F, MUBPHY f . t " . . - Murphy & IVIurphy, P0"o- O Mac? Ison St. ! (In rear ot Cotton Exchange.) llemptals, - - - Tennessee, NLY Flrrt-Class Companies. GlnhncsM an Onunlrr Uf Am ! m flr.r.K n r. TWfnt flrSt-C HJfUiauli I I Cddvd 5eHk''9 each, w ltb ne Apssary patnns. perfectly adsptt-d for manufacture of ixh ton-seen un. Annreaa box izh. t. .. mew nora l' hSSBl0)3r Ao entirety New and poditivelf cffeetirs ViaST? J7. J Retried (or the oeedy and permanent cur of Seminal EmlMioni and I in potency by itie only trot) war, vu, Dirwat ApUi.'tion to tac pnncipl bt of tb lasaaw. Tba i m rf law n mail? m attended with m pain or mooortiWDC, and doM myt BUctwrw with Uwerdisary punuita ot Ufa. This wwH ot trattaat baa Mood ta taays tn vwry imn mil, aad la wow a pronoutud sno-iaa. TbM as ato asinaanaa about this praprMioo. lraffcal otkacrvatioa anaNrr us to BoftdTMT fuarantow that U will ivo pairfert uufaclaan. aaalaul kr aha Hadloal frofaoaion t ba the moot ralicmal UMB and of ro i hint "Ad ouin( ibia vary prmlal troubla. Tbe Remedy ha Lcmed ralaaaMMSHH, rflfcwa.-. !. I fuaixpaioa U; Urn. 1 !n bast bj aaaal, aaaibad ooaa tm a Dawarlpi F-orW Aaaaaoiekl lHMratba,itfli afllast-' I Ik aaawt atNUal IM t rmm ha ra ad to pwrltvn anukavt. ad aa- tw4 far ta af aa tt am afiaetad. Bmi ad t , J HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O CHEMISTS, Market nj Wlh Wtrecl. BT. l.ol !, MO. rBKMCRlPTlON FKKK. TTK)B TBS flPIKDY CTJRK of Seminal Weakness. L host Manhood and all disorders brousbt on by Indiscretion or excess. Anydruforlst has the lmn t HO wmi p'tMi r"rrnni FANGY' DYEING reia ijoixJh, t-buwla, t-iiks auU CitA'jtits abtr colors: Crane Veils ive!. a dyed la DRY CLEANING. Dretues in fttl fabrics cleaned without rtf'pinj or rvmovlng the trimminff. The moat elaborate party ad theatrical dresses ai e thus elegantly cleoea. IfM. R.TEASDALR, 265 Wahiut St,, Clnct nnati X B-(;m.1- i-lnrm-'l lV . tfr.- iroititlv tuu i ti. Mummer Residence, PiRTTES wishing a nice summer residence In tnwn. with six rooms, all ncessaiy outbuild ings, spleodld cistern, yarn, sarden and orchard, would do well to appit at once to W. L. rlwltt or J. L. Hunter. Lagrang-. Tenn. Crab Orchard Springs JtKSiTCCKY. FITS hours from Louisville or Cincinnati by rail. Now open tor vlsltnr. Hotel appofi tuients eomplete. A-k for ruund-trlp ticket, for pain pblnts, contMninH anal) sis of waters, low rates of board, etc, address I. a TKVIS. Uanager, Crao Orrhar . Kenmclrv. LACLEDE HOTEL, : 5th, 6th and Chestnut Sts ST. I.OUIS, : ! XAHmOM I'KtaKin : : MO. Jk CO. HOSBS EILLABD J. H. CHA53ALNG RtTTCT 'j RQ and 3 par day. (TlHtjlSIA) Alum and Iron Springs Opeai Jwaie lat. S30 aaawtk firat-clasia. A. W. DAY13.. ..President. rAD 1 t B1VEK BJSFOBT. BlTera ausd, Weather. The following official table give Darticu lars concerning the condition ot river and weather at all important point. OmCl 8IOITAL BKRTTCa TJ. 8. A. I MntPHia, May 19, 1880. f l Above low STATIOH. Watef" Feet. Inches Cairo 21' 5 Cincinnati. ,9 Davenport. 8 2 Dubuque 11 5 : Helena 28 tt 1 Keokuk H 10 Leavenworth 0 4 -Llt'ie Rock 10 Louisville A a ll'Hlihla 1 9 Nashville 4 5 t New Orleans 2 2 Pittnburg 1 '9 t Shreveport. la 2 dt. Louis. 15 7 Vlckanurg 89 10 Changes. Else Inches 44 2 3 2 IS 1 2 1 4 2 3 Below bench mark. t Below high water of 1874. t Low water, bench maik of 1879. METSOEOLOGlCAL BEPORT. Time. Bar. Tner Wind. JJJ Weather. 700 a.m. 29 83 74 &1 Clesr. 2.-00 p.m. ZIIHH M 8. Cl-ar. 9:00 p.m. Si9 8d 7d a Clear. Minimum thermometer, 6t) deg. IBY TELEGRAPH. W DEP'T. 8ISMAL SKBVTGK, 17. 8. ASMT, 1 Wkdnespat, May 19. 1880. 10:08 p.m. Place of I n Th I Wind. I Weatb- Observatlon. I BAr- xncr Dir. Force. er. Chattanooga 29 99 72 Calm. Clear. Uaivraton... 29 89 78 U.K. Frenh. Fair, indlanola... 29 88 78 B.B Fresh. Fair. Louisville... 29 89 75 8 Light. Clear. Memphis.... 29 85 74 S E. fresh. Clear. Ntshville... 29 97 74 8. Light. clear. New Orleans 2w 97 74 K- Fresh. Fair, sbnveport.. 29 xx 70 8K. l.tgnt Fair Vlckiburg .. y9 95 7H ft. FmIl Cloudy. Little Rock 29 9H 75 8 W. Wcnlle. Cloudy. Nashville. Mav 19. River falling, with 6 feet b inches on the snoals. W heelino, W.Va., May 19. River 4 feet and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. Pittsburg, May 19. Noon River 1 foot 8 inches, and falling. Weather clear and warm. Night River 1 foot 7 inches, and falling. Weather clear and warm. Cikcinnati. Mav 19 Noon River 9 feet oi lohes.and tailing. Weather clear and warm. Sight River 9 feet 3 inches, and falling. Weather clear and warm. Departed: Uolden Kula, JNew Orleans. ViCK8BtTBO,May 19 Weather clear; ther mometer oz deg. Kiver tell a inches. JN' ooats up. D iwnj New Mary Houston, 6 a.m.; Mollie bpears and tow, a a.m. Ar rived: Gold Dust, 11 a.m. New Orleans, May 19 Weather cloudy ; h-rmometer 84 deg. Mo arrivals. Departed: W. f. Hallidav and Henry c rank, be. Loui". Tbe Charles Morgan, for Cincinnati, is re ceiving to leave to-morrow. St. Louts. May 19 Noon. River falling slowly. Weather cloudy and warm. Ar- ived: John B. Maude. Vicksburg: Annie P. Silver.New Orleans. No departure. Night t&tver fallen 1 inch, with 10 leet b inches by the gauge. W eather cloudy and warm, wilh rain to-night. Evansvillk. May 19 iVoon. R;ver fall ing, with 8 a 10 feet on the gauee. Weather i ear and hot; thermometer 68 to 79 deg Buainess light. Down: Robert Mitchell. 12:30 p.m. Night Weather clear and hot; thermometer 84 deg. River 8 7-10 feet want, and falling. Little business. Louisville, M ay 1 9 Aoon. River f al Ii n g. witb 6 feet in the canal and 4 feet in the chute on the falls. Weather clear and warm Arrived: Henry Brown and tow. Memphis. Night River falling, with 5 feet 10 inches in the canal and 3 feet 10 inches in the chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather clear and warm. Arrived: Andy Baum. Cincin nati to Memphis. Cairo. May 19 Noon. Weather clasr and watm. Arrived: Colorado, St. Louis. midnight; tieue Memphis, Memphis, 3 a.m. Departed: Colorado. Memphis. 1 am.: Guiding Star, New Orleans, 2 a.m.; Belle Memphis. Hi. Louis. 4 a.m. Niaht River Zl teet a inches, and falling. Weather cloudy md warm: tbermi ru-ter o' deg. Arrived: Gild n City, New 'Orleans, 1 p.m.; James W. G iff, Memphis, 2 p.m ; Cons Miliar, Cin cinnati, 3 p.m.; Centennial, St. Louis, 5 p.m. Departed: Gilden City, Ciocinnati, 1 p.m.: Jamea W. Gaff. Cincinnati. 3 cm. C ns Millar, Memphis, 5 p.m.; Centennial, iNew uneans, b p.m. Movemeaits the Levee. ARRIVALS. R R. Sprinsrer, New Orleans; James How ard, W-w leans; (Jbarle p. Unouteau, bt, Louie; James L?e, Friars Point. DEPARTURES. R. R. S printer, Cincinnati; Viririe Lee, CiLCinnafi; James Hiward, St. Lauis; Mark twain, Ll.ereburi;; Uiceola Belle, Uaeola; Caarles f. Chouteau, New Orleans; Hard Cisb, White river; James Lee, Friais Point. BOATS DDK. Down. Guiding S;ar, Con Millar. Col orado. Ud OaachiU Bjlle. Majmelie. Josie Harry, City of Helena. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. St. Lours Colorado. Sam M'Pheeters master, 5 p.m. Arkansas River Maumefla, J. J. Dar- ragh thdsttr, p.m. Greenville Oaachita Balle. Mark R. I Cheek ia ;su r, 5 pm. EECEIPT3 YESTERDAY. jAmf Hjward 19 brls milasses, 40 brls rice, lot Bindrifs. Jioid ute la bales cotton, 14a ass cotton seed. 22 pkirs sundries. ii. H. apringrer 10 hbds sugar, II brl molasses, 15 sks salt, lot sundries. Local Port Nates. Business fair, llot weather; R-ceipts slim. 1 ha lecul packet cleared last evening with (a r trips. R-c. ipU by tbe river yesterday, lo bales cotton, 145 sacks cotton-seed. A 1. 'Uibv He dispatch says the Ulitton and Gray Eg!e are arjund on Portland bar. Tneliitd Cash departed yesterday even- int tor White river with a good trip ot freight and pa-s-DKerg Ihe James Howard, from Mew U.leans, bound ior St. Louis, passed op last evening with a tair trip. lbe Uaarles f. (Jhoteau. from be. Louis, bound tor New Orleans, passed down yester day evening loaded flit. lbe Guiding btar, (Japtain V. D. Miller, is due down this morning; bound lor JNew Orleans. John S. Jones in the office. The river continues to so back on the snag- bjatmen fell fifteen inches during the twen ty -tour hours ending at tx o'clock yesterday reniojr. Tbe Colorado, Captain bam M Jrheeter. is the Anchor line packet this evenins- at five o'clock lor Cairo and St. Louis. Owen GaUs is htrcletk. The Virfiie Lse departed yesterday even ing tor Cincinnati with 350 bales battingr, 20 tons old iron, 300 sacks e l-meal, 60,000 feet of lumlier, and a good trip of p ople. The O jachita Blle, Captain Mark R. Cheek on tbe roof, n the packet this evening at five o'clock lor Aikansas City, Greenville and all wav Inndincs. A. L, Cummicgs presides in ber t ffine. Th-; R R. Springer, from New O.leans, bound for Cino nnati, passed up yesterday momma, three days and twelve hours out to this place, with 400 tons and a big trip of passengers. Ihe Maumelle, Uapta'n J. J. Darragh, hav ing been unavoideaiy detained, wilt leave this evening for all point on the Arkansas river. Cut rley Musselman and Will Darragh are her clerks. The Cjns Millar, Captain William Tiche- nor, will arrive to-day, ana leaves again to morrow evening at five o'clock tor all points n the Uhio river as tar as Cincinnati. J amis Yoris is her cletk, assisted by Harry Gc!ey. Peraonal, Harry Silverman and bride, with a big party ot friends, left on tbe Hard Cash last nipht for Indian Bay, on White river. Governor Holliday and Colonel Thomas H. Catter, of Virginia, were en the levee yester day, trying to appreciate tbe mammoth pro portions aud elegant outlines of the big Jim Howard. Wben there is water enough they would like to see her up the "Jeems." Indian Rubber Jim is kicking because the ! sub-Ciimuiittee did not take him down the river in their party. He thinks he could take a couple of boxes of yeast powdets and rain dirt taster than one hundred Irishmen. A 1 ve contract is what he is looking tor. Commodore John W. Cannon will be sixty years old it he lives to see the seventeenth day of Jane, for which all his friends who pray, and they are a host, devoutly thank tbe G V-'r of all life. He ia cot one ot your hoigbty-toighty men, liable to fly off at a tantrent; he knows Calcnes and what's good tor John. May he live to score another sixty. Cincinnati Times. Tuesday: "Captain Elijah L. Pierce, aged sixty-thre) years and eight months, a native of Campbell county, . Kentucky, died last evening at the Good Samaritm hospital. The deceased bad piloted and commanded steamrrs on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers for over forty five years and waa noted in his protsiiooal career. He was last on the Paris C. Brown." It is tu;cy to read after same of the ten cent bundle-carriers wbo act as river report ers. They "are glad to stateV and "sorry to be compelled to chronicle," etd. Wbo the devil cares whether they are glad or girry news is what the people want, and river men claim to be a component part of the people, and would like their share, unadulterated with any flapdoodle from the fellow paid to hunt it up. Among the passenger who left on tha Hard Cash for White river last night were B. F. Hall and wife, Augusta; Mrs. Captain Albert Smith, .Newport: Mr. Kadcliffft. Hel ena; Mr. Davi and Mr. Danlap. Claren don; H. Silverman and wife, W. H. Byce ana wite, b. ii tsiacK ana wite, wm. Mur- rell and wife, Mr. Myerg, Mrs. Clere, Mis Winston, mim Johnson. Drank Adams, Wm. Crozart, R. E. Johnson, L. Silverman, C. D. Dawson, Indian Bay; Ed Seeiig, Mrs. S seelig. Miss Cohen, Helena; Misse Butts, Wm. Landman. Although taken from the Cincinnati Tinu the annexed DaracraDh reads verv lib-n what um uonovan, on tne uaachita Belle, has often to tell to Arkansas preachers; Shortly after the barkeeoer of one of nnr rMrnt hA ciosea ap snop toe other night and turned in. r, . .. .. ... he waa aroused by a kro:k at his door, and a request delivered in a masculine voice to make a lemonade. The obltmng medicine man got up. dressed and nertormed the r- auired service, when the following mnveru. tion ensued: "How much?" said the late caller. "Fifteen cents." blandlv renlipd Ihn compounaer oi tnin anng. t ltteen cents! in astonishment. "Yes, sir," with . some show of - disgust, "Djn t you make a re due tion to preachers?" doubtfully. "Not on lemonade, sir. but on cocktails," with a show ot humor. "But we make verv few pur chases; a reduction would come very light," rioanaunngjy. "Iwenti-hve cents next time, air. Picked Vo Adrirc Tha steamer St. John will be sold at mar shal's gale in New Orleans next Monday. ine aenrv rana- left JSew uneairs Tues day with 4573 bars equal to 1250 tons railroad iron for Arkansas City. Pain Starr and Stanley Kvlaod will have the nleasnra of cnecning it on ana handling it. Things are getting a little slim up above. The Cincinnati Times, of Tneadav. 'The Southern transportation lina decidnd in send out but two boats to New Orleans thia week. Tbe Golden Rule const auentlv lies over until to morrow, and the Will Kyle will ril c.t.j. ' 1UUUW VU DBIiUlUBr, Coazreaameai at tbe Jetties. New Orleans Times. 16 h: "1 he members ol the congressional sub-committee returned last night from tbe jltie?. and were unan imous in tbe sentiment that the trio had had been the p'et sin test one that mortal man had ever erioyed. They sav that thev examined thoroughly the situation at the jet ties, and wera perfectly astounded at the re sult of their ob-ervations, aa their previous information fell far belo the ac ual state of affairs. Oae of tbe principal tbints which caused a great deal of wonder was the fact that there had been only three Ehoalings Since the commencement of 'he workt. By 'shoaling' is meant here that the water fell to the same depth as at the criginal rtage. snb sequent to the beginning of operations. Tne committee wen) hospitably entertained by Governor Warmoth at his plantation, wbete some time was spent in social intercourse. The river was very bigh. Tne rivermen at the passes stated that the water was rougher than they had ever known it to be. The members of ihe committee will spend to day tn seeing the suburb sight of New Orleans. and will leave either this evening or to-mor row." QtJEKKBTON. May 19. Arrived: Samaria. from Boston. Liverpool. May 19. Arrived: Soain. from New York. New York. May 19 Arrived: City cf New York, frtm Liverpool. Farther Point. Mav 19 Passed inward : Hestortan, Grecian and Texas, from Livei pool. London, May 19. Steamships Alsatia. Anchcra and Olessa, from New York, and Mian, from Biston, have arrived. 45 Tears Before the JPubllc THE CEfJUlME Dr. C. McXANE'S LIVEIt PILLS are not recommended as a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. ACUG AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are nnequaied. BEWARE OF 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. Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING mtOS., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name JilcLnne, spelled differently but same pronunciation. INVALIDS AUD 0TEEB3 SEEKDra IH1EALYIH1, STRENGTH AND ENERGY, WITHOUT THB 78E OF DRUGS, ABE RE QUESTED TO SEND FOB THE ELECTRIC REVIEW, AN 1XLUSTRATKD JOUR NAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED FOB FREE DISTRIBUTION. r TREATS opcm HBALTH, HYGIENE, and Phyafr Cavl Cultar. aod t oatnplti eocTclopiedift cd informtion for iovftUds mnd too wbo utter from Uerrous, ExhitaaUiig uxl Pinfal Xhaveawes. Every Qbj(?ct tfasU beawa opoo Mt(ta mod bumtn hspptoeM, receiwes Mtentioa In tt pwns: and tb many qoe tions asked hj aafferlna tnvaUds, wbo have dispair?4 of a core, are answered, and valnable information is volunteered to all wbo are In need of medical advice. Tne aabjeot of Electric Belt mini Medicine, and tbe hundred and one ooeoUone of vital importance to rn flaring hupenitft v doiv oooaadred and ex YOUNG MEN And other wbo raffer from Verweoa and Phvsfcal Be- and tbe many gloomy oooeecjueoeea of early indiecre tton, etc, are eepecuUly benefited by consulting Us eontetitii. Tbe KLKtTKlu hbvijsw eipceea vne nnnimpKi frauds practced by qnecate nd medical Impostors wbo profess to 44 practice medicine,' and points oat tbe only safe, simple, and effective road to Health. Vigor nri R1ilw GnafJ Send vour address on wetnl card for a eepy. and Information wotth teousaiitla, will be sent yon. Address, tbe pabttabera, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., COB. EIGHTH & VINE S1REETS, CINCINNATI, tt Couhg, Eruncliitis, Consumption What at Well-kBawo DrnvsUt Bay abeot Allea'a L.QBC U'Utn. nomEiw, bkadi Oakland Station. St. Gkntlkmxh The demand for All ii'k Las Balitons Is Incaslne ecnstantlv. Tha ladies th'nk thnre Is bo tuedtcios ennl ft It for Crimp and WDOoping coueo. u. . IIAHTIM, MUgglSI. . Mold by all mltiln literti. Inman Line Royal Mail Steamers Sew York to Qieenitsna Jt Llvorpa! NOTICE The Steamers of this Line take Lien tenant MAurj's Lane route at all srasoDS of the rear, Cttt or RiCBMOMo. Saturdar. 11 hj '22. at 8 p.m. Citt or Cbhstkr. ba'urdav, Mr 29. at 10 a-tn. Citi or BK09SKU. Tbursdar. jure 8. at 'i p.m. Citt or Bkkun. Saturday. June 12 t 8 m. Crrr of Montreal, TbursdHv. June 17, 'i:HO p.m. From Pier No. 87. North river, foot of Charlton si. Cabin Dasssite SHO m d 8100 Return U"eta nn favorable terms. STEBRAGB $28 Saloons, state rooms, smoklnc and bathrooms amldsblDs. JOHN O. DALE, seen', 81 83 Bxnadwav, N. T. JOHN L()AUK, comer Causey and Ltnden streets. J n. MOOnW 07H Main .IW Ma- ,M. T.nn' u 37 Court Place, LGUISVILLE, KY, A rr-raKrir MwritM an4 lcirJ' quiifijl pb;-r jd lim Cure rJI fc ol PRJ.i) HROKIO and SjL1 A2 J13- &yorma.tcrr!io oxid Inipotcr.cj- -nt'eroult of JCtf-nbaf la you-.h, s-ioal -.-i--- in mr ura eT- or r -izHVit. rl'iuf f tvo! ;. Tom- if-wiu? vvurtiv;;, Smil:;- f.aii--i cs (nit,ta tnJ oon or i1.htb'. yinu'o titt etrHf , tii m - V-a t-j r.i-aiPo.af. P:iiiteirt r'a- e. A'. 1 1 i.- . CosfuiL'JO of i"-"1., I.nid '-f fcf.iiit tvi 'jr.. n ,-.:". uiriaf i&'i'tc.r ijr yriti'r?' Oi-i-.i vis- y jraUj itur-i. HiXi IS r Jl"1'": rurvA a - drciy er'.K-tjtt.'f (rcan-M Ttt'-H; Oonorrhea . GJjtjJu'T 8trifl-.re, Orciiiiii, C-n.'ii, r Kut.tins ' flics a f:o"f privaito 1lrear? quickly curvi. It is air-e. Lleni that phy rieiao io rys ?peil anu . lo a certaiu e of dl aul trciiur tbnuuiad slco Uly, acquires nat skUL PhysK-iarJ imowiugv.." ?rt ofteo reconimotid LersAMis M Ck't. V h'B It i iuconTeot t viit th-citT for traumat, mI-iiiei ca be miu privair rx. nfslj by m'.il or cxpren tOT":irv. Cures GoAraatood In all C&sea on dar taken. , . , , M taoiiii.uous L'TcoDally y inter tr and lnvl re Cbax(s masooabie ud correspoiid-nue auic ly c&t.Q'jjD'i PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of 200 puges, itjC to soy tddim, securely ftiled, tor tiurrf 30; cents. SboulJ be read hv sll. Ad lresa ai sb:J Tbe Best Pureatire and Uluod rurifler, BRANDRETH'S PILLS FIBELY TKtiCTlULE. Oae of two erery al(a', la tea day a eare Coattveaeaa aad Dyspepsia. Taken on aa empty atoaaaeta. tkey ever asasests or aaaoy. Sold br all Prncrlftfa A GOOD SAW MILL Fonsaoo. OUB No 1 Plantation Sawmill Is designed te be run b 8, 10 and 12 borae power Agricultural Engines. W .to tuts power from 1510 to 4000 Feet of Lumber can be cut la a dar. A product 25 to 60 twr cent aivater tban esn ba cut witb n reolpr nting smw mill witb tbe same power. Tbe mills are eotntl-i exoept saw and will be pur to toe can in Cincinnati tor tbe low price of 9200. and warranted in even particular. Sawmills of ail sizes, logioea, Boilers, SoaJiinK. fl earing, eta. Illustrated circulars sent free. LANE fc BOULKr CO., ioha aad Water streets, llnclnaatl, Ohio K. I COCHRAK. A. an i nnna ir n n n. : I J HKA: -ft;. aaaaaB mV I Hi.il Ul W : J0 c WiW I MAWCFAcrrrKKiMi or Lumber, Lath nvnv, ajaaji mna atuaoa. auaa 0fflc and Yard, foot of Wash ington st. PALKSHOOM CORNEB OF ntmpni 175-177-179 Main St.; Memunis, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DBALXBS IS i 1 ' Carriages, BuggiesMfegDns! AND ALL KLND3 0F U.UEiIAGE AND WAON MATERIALS I w uotd icwun; groiau CUUaTVO'J VUX OUHCUOU3B, UO HaM (O OUT ltPsBM ffwOTK a lull IlnO Of BBIOLES, COLLARS, .HASTES, TR1.CE-CH4.IAS, ; 8ADLERY AND II AIMESS HARDWARE AND MATERIALS i of all kinds. General Agents for tbe Celebrated - - :. "RTITriTirn unci Te-nneso Parm "WntynTis ! A. O. TrraMtwell. Aa It. GRQOERSOQTTOfa FACTORS No. 1 1 Union street'.. Memphis. T7nn.l ORGILL BROTHERS & GO. GKSEUALi MtaeJifflWliiiiis AND . , S5Tt0 4S,2C23L ICT o "$r& -5 -an p y -r A large slock of Planters' Hoe, Cotton Scrapers, Grata fradl-g, Keaperaand Mowers, Wheat and ;ora ."Ills Sorghum lll-, Belting;, Kopo, Metals, Iron, Horxe aad Hale Shoe', L'arpeaters' aad Biack smltbb' Tools en haad. 310-1 2 Front .Ufvljfc'JS HlLi COTTON A. HILL FONTAINES CO AND- Z96 and 298 FRONT STREET, I MEaPHIS....TEXJf. rVArenfa far the Celhrfit1 SSStASiSSaaj b K flaAVMAH. 4. U.PttSTUS. Groceps, Cotton Factors, AND SALT AGENTS, ' Pit EN S E S, CO 11111.1., GUM I RltTI CaVEtc W Our Eellpae Haller 1 the best GIN far river planter. It will separate tbe holla from the eotton before reaching the saws. Has 12 -Inch solid aavr. Revolving head, regulatlnc seed board, extra heavj brush, and gins verj fast. Our Revolving head 61n has no superior In clean eotton. Our Feeders and Ondeners will clean eo'ton of dtrt and dust. avy-Orri ti'led pmrni-tl,. anamntelna -h sf.rtlon. Pm! forclTrnl.rs Ppfrtall ntn our 1ns AJIIIKKtt aTtiWAHT, aVatUUa.lv New Urletuia. STSWART, GWYOTEi SO. WHOLESALE GROCERS. COHON FACTORS Nos. 356 sad 358 Front St., Hempkia, Tenn. - Aa - Stewart Brotliers & Co., Cotton Pactora and Commi8sicn Merchants. Ea ..TAIL COnON FACTOR AHjD 300 FRONT RT.. MEMPHIS. arocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memohis. M.H.Ooo'srer&Oo JLA.K UFACTCREKS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, ALIi KINDS OF DOOK AND WINDOW FRAMES, 'Brackets and Scroll Work, Bongh and Dressed Lnmber, Shingles, Laths. Etc., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington street. "TVT a-HTr-a 1-- i mm. T -- -rl -) --. on cb Handle efts lilvormoro, Prop's OS Second St., opp. Market Square, Memplils. C?IIoaae Fronts, Columns, Llntals, sills, Ventilators, Cellar Grating, all kind Iron and Brass C&stlnga, General Repairs aad Everj thins la t e l.inp of FonedrT and Waehloe-liort Wnrtt. K. N. KSJTlCet. lace Kateav, ITlaerak jam. at. uuAII, Meaapaia. r..- - ESTES, 3DOAM OO Haeeeaaara ta Kataa, riaer Ca.1 Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission merchants, and 13 Union Street.3 M&mphU. Nos. 115 f. A. COCK K AH. and Shingles, aui klbosi er araeual aaexeab Maw and Planing Sills, North end Bary Yd UNION AJfDITBONr 8TB5TET3. ...... ireadwelL t TrcadwelL At If BALE ICS IN sreet MmpTiis. Tenn. JtiltUAZ ItlliLe FACTORS COR. THIRD AND LOCUST STS. ST. LOUIS. V.. rarTr .MISSOURI. COCII RAX. . Ml Ul.Ue. PRATT GlTd GI No. 314 Front afreet, MANU?iCTCBKB3' DEPOT D ao; Pratt Cotton Gins Revolving-Head & Eclipse Huller, Feeders, Condensers, a.aW a IK Si K, MeaaaaJa. tft.S-aVKL.Kk, Mriaph a sa fiT OIIBillflFI a fin uS ElBal M BUS (jU I ROM WOESS! f Dr. D. S. eJoliiisoii's PJKTATK , Iledical dispensary, So. 17 JETFEBS05 STKEET, Between ltalat and arrant, Bcasaala. - - fg?TABMBBBJ TH 1860.1 )B. JOHNSON Is tKauiuwieugvu o paries "a tereated as br far tbe most naaeatni i,n.. b.i In the treatment of private or secret a setAS. Uuier. tborooftb and permanent cures guarantied Id eveir ease, male or female. Recent cases of Hoooutx a and Syphilis cored In a few dare, wltbout the a- e tt aseesury, ehange of diet, or hindrance from business oejopdarr Sip tails, tbe laet testlge eradlcaled w'.tt iSi,VJi5 ? ot ""wctt. ' InvolnntaiT iosa er sen eo stopped in a abort time; 8nflerera from impotent oJsof aezual powers restored te tree vlor i, a 2?fats-(. Victims of setf-abtue and exoerstte !?1sertn(i from apematorrbea and Iosa it Dbrslcal and mental iw anwiii. oentlronred. ' ' ' fsxuouiar. attention paid to the Disease ot Women, and cores guaranteed. o. lurwK ;a Lui diseases enrea br new remedies. Plies aad old suras fared without tb u nr Uo or Uike!r. s A u eop.sujuitlons strict! j eonfidenrlal. s MedlelrM aenl bv eznnaaa ta all nana af tha wvin. Office hoora from A a. m tn I) n. n ftnni.M from 11 to 6 p. m. . . o.- a. jshws t.n ELMOOjDGE! Lake Elmofilinnesqta THIS well known favorite summer resort win be onened J mmr i.sii. i . mlls from Pt PauU oa, tlxj 86 fraul and Cologo ttHllroad wbleh rus stawtralt each war. and n beautlfuilr sliusted. One hundnd end nu, aems ot lawn and woodlnnJ rt, .( mui a, a lowboata In the State Sircaiat stosm-r-est. rwtnnt. croquet, billiards, bowline mod vramr4uti Klao Lodse. M)nsm-d alter the fcoaiVb style, t,ntw iwml, fa? nlsbed, and flrst-cUss In everv reeptei Dlnlngro m 60 br 80. with am Die aee.imn,odatm inr 9r.n runts. rounds llhied or tbe faemta Kleetrte Uht. A mone our patrons, we refer. 11 b pleasure, lo tbe following; prominent citizens of Hroi hlsi H 8 Bowles. Mttjor W. H fbe; James B. Beeslevl Jnmre Pncert. J. M rowlkea. Dr. R. R Us nr. a rrrdwell. W A Williams, John & Bnbuuon L. B. l'KMrlsnd. W. A.- WbeailM. A Karr Jonii RrwWil ! aid Milt IC-Barry Soa-KeAJdent Sotica. No. R48- in the Chaacrrr Oonrt e Shelby coonty, jniHinnu" cvwif OICB v.. owm HICKS. It aoPMdna f om ffluavit In tbU iimt rha e'endaat.tveoive Bk-arp. la a nan iMiitant m, i h. 8 ate of Tean-saee: - - la la therefore ordered. ..rhli ha make hia an. p a anee berem, at lbe ouortbouep of bLeiby tountr. In Mem i bis. Tenn.. on or b- for. tba firmi Mond. in Jaiv, 1880. au i.lead. atiseer c demur to eon plal'-abt's bill or the same will H- imni r. r m. teased as toklm and it t t heartee ezpartn; and that aropvof ibis ot oer Oi cuWbd onae aweea for oor - saroe slve weeks. In thektemphis Appeal. TOU 8ih day of May. 1HSO A copy -attest: B. J. BLACK. Oerk and Master. ay a. a M'Henry, Deputy u. and H. . A H DooKla-e. Sol. tor eompt'nt tue Chancery Notice. No 83'22 afumford Smith et aL. com plain ants, es. Tka O. 1 .u.lu U ...... 1 I I . et al defend nu. . . Clbrk ahd Mastsb's Orrica, Cbuscut Cocrt, i A..w.,.,o, mm., aiKU 2U, I ryu. 1 3CP3ITANT te a decree rendered by tbe Chancer t Cotift at. Nasbedle. Tmiumm m ih .k. entitled cause, on tbe 20ih da ot April, 18S0, by Notle- Is hen-by given to ail loilry-nolders of the SU Lout atutuULlfe lesaieae. tiwn.. ah. mrm. eitlzens of tbe StateorTmnessee. to file toelr claims agiOKt avd company, wtia tbe amiersUned. ilerk and Maste ot said eouitat KaabvUle, Ti nnneneo. on or Drore Tuesday, the .5th aay of May next, i 80, or th-y wtll be exeludvd -trem- any beruclpe tlon la tbe fund att ichen in thai cause. . aouaur Jtwtu. cierk andkUster. M. n Bnn. Jr . rVI -toreoropl'nts. tbu XoD-Realdent Sotiee. No. 8620 In the Chaneery Oonrt ot Sbelby raooty. iniuuiaui KUDU viui,uni SC OOOS VS. WuulaflB W. uaney. It appeartne from affidavit tn this cause that tha defendael. William W. taeer. ta nmMitaii nt tbe State of Tennessee; tbal be Is Indrbted t j com plalnaota In lbe sum ol 82341 85. evidenced by the noa of Cbarle St.. wesson lodorsed by esld ' Wm. W. Dancyi and attachment baviog been Iwied and returned ey Uta aherlTL levied on tha itnimm of aaldliancyt it is inererore ordered, ' That be make his ap pearance herein, at tbe Courthouse or Sbelbv annti. In Meuipbts. Tenn . on or before the Ira Mrmdnw tn Jun, 1 K0, and plead, answer or demui to eom- piamani's om. or ine aame ami be takeo foi eon teased as te him and ret fur beartns exrjart! and thit a copy of thlo order be published oooe a week, for tour sucoesf ive weeks. In the Uomphla ArrKau j uis 4 1st uk oi Apni, irnui. A copy attest: H. J. BLACK. Clerk and afaster Tim ft X U 13 arav runtita a-lak. . .. aj. '7 aa. A-. UUBt. arcUal VIDIB UU Ml HPIOT riwrp Ttsrr1 r4m inr tmmrfnnt9. IhO STANTON HOUSE; vutiiraiiooca. xeoneseee. rpnS Palace Hotel ot lheotnh. Sublime aeeaery. J. dellfbtful aunoKpbere, beautiful grounds. Tne favorite winter resort Xor Nonbern Invalids and pleasure seekers. The spring; und summer tor dootbernera. WATT & BSALK. Prop'ra. J C Derby, late of Blount t-pilpga. Ala. Manager FAIRfilOUNT. A SCHOOL FOB YOtJVQ L tprKS SITUtTTD on tbeCumberland PiAtrutu. Tenn mmhi. by rail from all polnis. a loearoo untarDaNand for hetltnfulness of c'lmtta and brKuty of scenery. c-wuu i - ni, iQ-u. au russ om; closes Dee-mber 15tb. tzn nses for bidr year. S147. Summer Teim of Mnaio for Ki.uiMi.ia i.r nt.MA for liteiary eour-e. Tnere will be a summer term In tbe MmWl De. narlment ot tbe aebool. nnder dierett n nr Mr I. de Kellnsk , beclnmng June 1st. t-noenatng Octo ber 1st. Tbis term ts established for tbe b neat of teacbers and amxteure wbo can take advinlage of the season to sec. re ihe sn prior facilities f.-r lo strnerton oSered by tbe Institution A oouoe of tuoy will be arranged to meet the waata ot thia elas. of students. fcXPKN-iKd-Pev eonne of atahl nah iaila. sous p-r week, foity minutes each, payable on bait In advance; Pia-o Ifo leleoaona.-... n rm PedHl-nlanottr.au. . ii .i Cultivation ot vo esand sots sieging.... Uu l-O Uses of Piano Or i nrs a 4 00 Cuorus clas for Instruction in Theory. Har mony, etc., free. Board per m with. $ It) Aduress, J4H3. U. 6 KKLL4. Prlna'pal. M- Stt, via Cowan. Tenn. Bmsaaccas Ber. ' Slaeil. . B.n ft on Jrob TbuuipMiu, alresr. Day a Pmodftt. M-mpbls. Tenn ; tit Bev. W m W'een BeT W Duaexa, Sewartee, Tenn. ; J"hn W. Bobluaoo, Jeksnn . 1'oao. ; Hutt. R- S. Buck, Tirksbarg. Miss.; Dr. K H Skip w eb. Lift e Hoc. Ark.; a. O. Tergr. Mreacvlie, J'ss.. H-wi. 1 . B hie, Tb.bodaux, La.; Dr. baae Bull. Frtani PolnL Mis. Truatee's Male, BT rtne of a trust derd made to rboa. W 3obm ton (txivi ewea-eo), oo Uie 20 a dar or De erBber. 187H. W. H. Luesa, to areure eertaia In drbtednea (ne'e o meotioad. and Mid trust deHl brine dull rHaordedlutae ktjitstrt-s office oi be)bf eountr, lenoe9!r, in look No. I IA, D-me and 'i t2 ; and b, virtu ot a free haa tu tbe ran. oi W. B brvatl w f .B Luoai el al.,hirwt Md i t '. AD'iL 18hO, la tbe Hooorable rb.DOrrf Court of ebrlof uuuul,, T-nneessa ana ifflimw bl lbe bu prriDe Court ot Tennes.es at tbe Ainl term tberroC, 1k80. and bf ablcb aid decree tbe uiidrrslgued wa dulr apoolotaa Imsie la ttie pises or tne -a d If. N. Joboati-n. deeaa-wa to exreuieseid troat; ard rer-aa. default bavlr ( b eo mde of tb paj maDtol tbe tndebirdnesa toeiHo resund, I will, at the reqwu of tbe b-oieoeiertes tnereln Dantwl sett at puoiw outer;, on lbe premises Hereinafter oe sorlbt.d,ou Hatartiv. law B, IM9, tbe followin aeerlod pn.psrti. situated lrlnffSTHt betn lo Sbelbt eonutj. Tenantere. etti of Mcniyuu, now koovra as tbe TaxliK-d stiUt, aud intct loei aa toll' s 10 alt; B. Ing lot No on In tona.tde of Carroll awnue, e u or Memphis now azloic- ' alstrict, and Irontinj 47 feet ou aakt avenue, and tunning bark IH'2 feet tue Kmt beli'g tbe propria sold bf M Magrvoerto -k reter Lllerarr s-oeie lion, and bf said Ajejoelatl'-n sold to W. K Lueaa, tbe beuse un aald lot or ground being to. 1?4 Car roll avauoe. Also, lbe following dertbed paraooat properly: All lbe furniture now lo Mid houte laat above famed, eonatetlng of one parlor set ol furni ture, Ave bedroom sets of furniture; alar all tbe dlnlcgttnm and ktteben f urn It re, eunlUng of cups and saucers, d snes. one stove, eookma uten-H'.-.i In short, every. ulng now In said bouse 114 Carrr;ll avenu-. Terms of Male Vash ; eqn'ty of redemption waived, and tine believed to be perfect, b .t I ell and eonvey a. trustee only. J. a. jruWLKKS, Trustee, JJ. W. Mllur. Attomer. $600 REWARD! WILL be pMd by tbe nndersurnal for the delle eiTtolbesbeiiri ot Deeoto eumity, UiM.or to ourselves, of tbe Udy, dead or alive, of ci. aa t,M. olawea who waylaid and assassin- sted MJFUS ARVISTKaD, on X H. Hart's piauta tlon, four miles wet of Horn take tepit. leto eountr, Mis , cn Sunday nigbt. May $, iko. Tbe said I'd ftelms Is a miner daik eouper color d ne io abo 't 5 fert A to 7 inclMs bleb, .pIk&. 141H to 1S5 pounds. sqiMra bull', sl'gtilly rou d or sioop sboulovred; 22 to 24 years old. round face, la rue smooth ton-bead of nuner goad esuBteoaiiee; wore a small tie&t mustacoe when last eeeo: bis two mid dle upper teeth Nrae and eetiin well apart, luv enouKb to run a match or large straw betwern therm, and bos a bxblt of ocmslo mVj pl,lln tbruugb and brtwren them Hela a sonef Buuk fte)ns.aiid basbi-en living witb bis fmh-ron 4t K. ii,ri op ter plHDtullon, aboutooe mlleel et Norfolk Land-'' tug. iKeoto e'unty, aHs , and waa last en urar that p ace on the oxy tu r t be murder. Rr his rel atives living lo Memphis- teuo", oarrtsl-'ent'a Islnnd. arid In Tunica county, Mni. Ai pi eatlm bas bcrn made by tbe pmper parttHto4be tl rv ernor of Mias'alool to tOr an-adiiltioQ! n-waid, which will no d ur t b-floii soon aa possible. I AKMISIKAD, LUNDSB Bk.DiroRi, Lyn hburv, neoeio.'oanty. Miss. Monte agle- Springs. ASTJMMBB 1N THI TO" OF CTTM- BKHLAJin Mountain, at tbe village f woOat, In. Manoo county, Teone see. on the railroad, six miles irom tbe Ui.iveisty of tbe 8Uvb. lelegiapb, dally malls; several traloa eaob day. . . . EleTatlea 130M Fret-r.r assvs Maja- rlaaa aad Caataalaaa Dtaeaaea. Tbe air Is eool, dry and braelrg all summer. Pra. stone, Chslyrvaiw and Alum waters. Wiand view from tbebiufls ot ma. UMKintam near tbe eotel. folnta or Interest Gray'. Peak, Alploe View, Winston's Ca'ieade, Duncan's Point. Alum Spring, Batierwbtte's bavtna. a lipatre Cave and Lover'a Leap Fine Trout Ashing within convenient dl tance In Klk and Srqunti'bls rivers and Baula ereek. Moffa' oontalna tbe sum mar fetieDva. ot a nomber of families who seek lbe rorufo t ol cool mountain air, and is tbe stt or Falimoont College, a large -and suaeeeaful remale school, whlelt holds ipi .tons during tbe summer. The ereund. are sbd4 oy lo'eet tees The botel la new and In thor tub repair, ard w II be under exp-uieneed managemebt, and supplied with experienced eooksaoe a-rvanuv. Two goud ptiiaicUlu bavesammer bouses at Uufl.t. Th bprtngs are WMehed by tbe Naabvdre. Ctiatta nroga and bu Louis haiirond lo Cowan, and lb. now up me mouulaln by tba Tiact City BalUuwd. TESai S30 per month 810 per wv-k S2 par day. - CniWrei and so' vanie half p'I'w. Ey-For Speetni Hatea apply to lbe proprietor, or to TUeo. Coo ey, Nashville, Te -n. w. L DafllAW, Proprastor. Jj'inancial.: WILL eall Interest ut sOAO la one ef tha best manufacture, er pataored CHsIBd AND) CRADLKd In tbe eoaniry If appIKwUoti tsksada early will give discount eo above For rariaulaia I rt. w. .LPununa, 80 Xaat afarket street. lartUiapoliaTind.