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THE MEIHImAlLV; AMEAL---TTJESDAY. JTJSTK SO, 1SSO.
RAILWAY RKCORD.
Arrival aad Ieprtare) af Tralaa.
Train on the Paduch and Memphis road mow
aa follow: Mall leave dally at 4:00 p.m.; iwim
modatioo lmM dally at 6:80 am. Mall am ma
dally at 9:30 am.; accommodation arrive dally
at 6:45 p.m.
K Trama on tb Memphis and Little Rock road mora
as follows: Mall tear dally at 4410 p.m.; freight
lavedatly, except, Sunday, at 6:80 a.m. Mull ar
rive dally at 1 1 05 p.m.; freight arrive dally, ex
cept Sunday, at 6:15 p.m.
Train oa the Memphis and Charleston road more
a follows: Mall leaves dally at 11:16 p.m.( Somer
villi aooommodatlon leave dally, exoept Sunday, at
4 40 p m. Mall arrive dally at 1 MO pai Bomer
11 le acoommodatloa arrive daily, exoept Sunday,
8:00 a.m.
Train on the Mississippi ana Tennessee road
move a follows: Mail leaves dally at p.m.;
SardU aocouimnaatlon leave dally, except Sunday,
at 4:30 p m.: freight leava dally, exoept euouay, at
6:45 a.m. Mall arrive dally at 9:40 a m.J Bardl
accommodation arrive dslly.exoept ounday.at 8:4o
a.m.; Irelgnt arrives daily, exoept Buuday, at 5:45
PTraln on the Louisville and Nashville road move
M follows: Express leave d-illy at llasO am.; mall
leave dally at 7:40 a.m.; Broensyllls aooommoda
tlon leava dally. eiaept dmday, at 4:40 p.m. Ex
ores arrive dally at 5:10 a.m.; mall arrive dally
at 4-2l p.m.; Brownnville aooommodailoo arrive
dally', exoept Sundar, at 8:45 a.m. baturday the ex
pnM run only to M Itriixla, eonneotliia' torNaab-
Huprrintendrnt art repented to notify this office
promptly o enanytt of tune
Personal and deaenL
CVoael E.W. Cola !e t lot CaatUnooga
Boody.
Colonel Joe BaffaV, Nw York agent of
the Virginia and Teacessdd air-line, is in the
ciiy.
Colonel M. 8. Jay, general ticket agent f
the M-no p uis and LiUl Rock railroad, is a
the ci'y.
Colonel Ri4olph Fink, general manager of
the M'mphii cd Little ilxsk railroad,
i in h city.
Captain Jamei pd, cf the Looitville
tLtn, -.itioe, uaa oecn oat of town ft few day,
but may return to day. ' '
Caotain E. R. Har: left 8 inday night to
attend the meeting cf tbe Erie and North
Shore dnpatsb, to bi biUi ar. Detroit to day.
Do neat John Boland, tie and wood ia-
pcoiur ot toe Little Kuck, Mississippi Ktvir
and Texas railroad, up the country taking
r. at.
Mr. Joe B. xoVeman, aoperintendent of
Parker & Co.' trar sttr line of Latin Rock,
who ii in onr city oa business, called on ni
jesterday.
The Little Rock, Mississippi R ver and
Teiim railroad i aov- rtisiag in Ue St. Loan
and Cincinnati ptpers tor two thoasand
trarkmea nod laborer. '
A freight train on the Pennsylvania rail
roa j'Jujpi-d tna truck, telescoping the car,
nt Ntic'h Eicabe'h, New J.-rney, yesterday.
Th i rad w blocked for hour.
The Boance committee of the Boston and
A. i..y rail oid direoioia fcava reported in
.-vor of ai advance of ten per cent, in wage,
to tik tff-ct Jane lt The rise i andtr
etood to include the iffieer m well a the
employe. -
Jaiob Coney, a freight brakeman, dropped
from a treibt traiu loaded w.-io. ice, twenty
mite north of Dayton, Oj:o, Sunday after
no in, bat bin abseooe wn not. discovered un
til to arrival of the train in Dayton. Wod
wii vct buk. unci the man wi founw so
badly ir j irtd thai he etnnot live. .
I'j-rty mile of tbe St. Liuis, Arkaoia
and Tex t ral road, ire in Pierce City, M
aoiiri, tj Fycttille, Arkan-a, it to toft built
at oaoe. Crn'ricta tor grading, iron, tie,
Vc , have boon let. The road will tap a fine
section of Arkansas and make an important
feeder tor the 8:. Louis and Sjjj FrancitKA
road.
The corrected earnioga of the L'ttle Rock
and Fort Smith railroad tor May have id at
come ta hand. The earning were 12( 200,
and the ordinary ezpensai about f 15,000.
Tbe gain in gros earnings was 44 per i-eut.
Toe earning for tbe first tea day in Jane
how about 43 per cent, increase, and the
land sale during tbe same time are in amount
f 3278, a con oared with $722 last year. Toe
reaaou we lUte ibe czpensta above a "or
dinary" i beoiaae at tint tent hoot Little
lioek tbe ezpenae for the mouth loclude a
iarge purchase of railroad tiee, making tbe
capeaeei greater thin tbe earning. A these
were properly chargeable only aa naed, they
were deduoted, leaving tbe proper expense
of the month at about 115,000. .
Tke Bailroad ftjtpre) Caaa.
f3Lmr.E Rock, June 21. The United
Mate coPrt, to-day, in each case of the
SoQti.er.i rsprcss company r. the Iron Moun
tain and Mem obis and iiot Springs railroad
companies' made the following order: Or
dered, that tbe defendant, it effioer, agent,
aervanta and employes ba erj Jim-d and re
'rained onlil the final determination of this
eauso from preventing the plaintiff from en-j-ying
the iron facilit es in the conduct of it
express buaim ai permuted to any other ex
press company or exercised by tbe defeudatt
itself on payment of ie&ionable compensa
tion therefor.
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For Buildings c fall Classes.
For circulars and prices address
y. O. HYNDMAN fc CO
JOHN MABIUGUIS. Gen'I Agent
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PRIVATE COUNKI OB.
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CaaUMV. Aoureaa L D. UKOHOk.
- Covington, T in r miss.
FI3AKC15 AND COHMIlKCB-
- : " FINANUI5.
During the week businea. at the bank ha
been of the quiet order usual in the dead
eaaon." The aupply of exchange 1 not
large and i growing smaller, but is somcient
to supply tbe moderate demand. 1 here is
abundance of money, but the general in
activity of business bring the demand for
loan generally to a low point, although one
or two of tbe banks report tolerable activity
for the season. In the local market
there is absolute stagnation. Tbe New
York BulUti quote: "New Yoik
exchange was quoted to-day es follow at tbe
places named: Sivaonah buyinar, H; sell
" H premium. Coarlcston, premium,
H premium. New Orleans commercial,
100 premiem: bank. 250 premium. St. Lom,
50 premium. Chicago, 2550 discount.
tfostoa, 1 shilling disoount.' . exubange ar onr
banks quoted at "par ' on' New .Yorx
and other prominent eastern poitt.
with three days' grace, X discount; sell
ing at premium. On New Orleans, &
discount; selling at par. Money is loaned
on short date at 6 to 8 pr cent. Saelby county
scrip ia -quoted - at 93 ' buying, 97 sell
ing.. Shelby county bonds selling at 99.
State bank -stock at 95; of Misaissirpi and
Tennessee Brat mortgage bonds at 123; ot
BlofTCiirtDrsnca at 77; Charleston railroad
srock, 30; Memphis Cay insurance stock,
74Ji"; Bank of Commerce rck wanted at
95. - ' i .
HUIFHIS BANK CLKlRLNOfl
' 1 . i .' ..i- . . .' . vuarmqu- '.' . Bafoaes.
June 31 P4.85H 12 9 ?a.tf 18
Bhihiioi last week. 81,214 1'5 134nl.
Same time week before 202 7 10 80 1U4.2D3 b9
BX TELEaitAFHjy .'J '
PARIS, Jane 2t.-R;ntes. 86t. 30j. ;
NEW ORLEANS, Jane 21 Siht ex
change on New York. $2 50 per 1000 premi
um. Sterling exchange bankers' bills,
487. ' - - ' ' - -'
LONDON, Jana -21. Consols money,
989 16; acennn. 98; new 5s 105J;
XVIK; 4s UOif; Illinois O ntr.i. 1C6J;
Peuaavlvonia Ct .tral, Erie, 38g; Erie,
second. 871 Reading. 9jtf.
NEW YuRK, Jaie 21. Money market
easy t 23 oar cent. Prime mercantile pa
per, SHdii per cent. Sterling exchai-pe
Uaakeia bills dull and weak- demand, 488j
Government bond firm; Daired Scabs cou
pon of 1881. 10G34": new5. 103M;npw4,
1095; i new 4.. lisHt Pacrde (3 ot 1895. 124.
Statu bonrl dull; L uisian7U enns.,1, 46);
Missouri, 108; St. Joseph, 107; Tennessee
6. old. ; b6 offered; Trioes 6,
new, 25. Virginia . 6s old, 20; Vir
ginia 6s new, 20; Virginia conaols,
87; Virginia consols preferred, 106&.
Riilroad bonds werestrong. Tbe stock mar
ket was strnncr in early dealings, and prices
advanced M2)4 per cent, on Ibe general
lat, I"'0 MuunUin, granger sn1 coal sharer,
Erie, Oatoand Mississippi and Nashville and
Cbxttanoogi leading the- upward move.
Speculation continued strong until '-r tbe
accood board, wht-n prices reacted J per
cent.; but in final dealing a firmer m prn
vailid, and a partial roenv-vy ensued. iTraos
acions aggregated 338 000 shares, of which
2800 were Chicago, Colombo ,.d Indiana
Ontral, 1000 Cnicago, Ss. Inis and New
0 lt-ais, 25.000 Lackawanna, 2500 Delaware
and Hudson, 64 000 E i, 14.CO0 Sc. J wepb,
9700 Iron Munntaic, 7800 Kansas and Texas,
28 000 ' L ike Shore, 1900 Like Exie and
Western, 8200 Michigan Central, 15,000
Noithwestero. 6000 Nashville and Cara
nooga, 18 000 New Jersey Central. 30,000
Noithern Pacifio. 8700 Hew York Central,
J6 000 0.io and M sursippi. 11.000 Ontario
aud Wk-atern, 4000 Pae. Bo Mail, 1500 Rid
ing, 5500 Rock iand, 28.000 St. P..u. 2000
Ueion Pacific 20.000 Wabash PaciSo, 18.000
Western r Udion. Closirg qaotalioLt:
Central P ir-ifio bonds, 114; (Jaion Pacitie
firsts, U4if; ' Union Poitio land grants,
113i; . Ouius Pacifio ainkinir lund, 117;
Lohisib and Wilkesbarre, 1C0; St. Paul ai.d
tjioux City firxts, no sales; Chicago, Columbus
sad Indiana Ceo tral firsts, no sales; Chicago
Oorumbus and Indiana Central seconds,
a aales; Erie seconds, 83; . Hock laljnd,
108,'i; Panama, 175; Jioit Wayne, 120;
PtUaburg, 116; Illinois Central, , 104;
Chicago, Burlington and Qjincy, 121; Chi
cago and Alton. 100"; Chicago and Al
ton preferred, 124: Sxew Ybik Central,
23J H-trlem, 170: Lake Shore, 6;
Canada Southern. 54; , Michigan . C n
rral, 903i; Erie, 89; Erie preterred, 63M;
Noffthwearern, 93g: Northwestern pre
fen-ed,99i3:;St.Paui, 79?s: St. Paul preferred,
104 tffettd; St. Paul and Minneapolis, 55J;
St. Paul and Sioux City, 40; St. Paul
and Sioux City preferred, ' 75; Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 78; Morris and
Eastx. 105; Delaware and ttudeon. 71 J;
New Jersey Central, 62; Heading, lt5j';Ouio
and Mississippi, 322b; Ohio and Misaiasiom
S referred, 74 ji; Cueaaeake and Ohio. 19;
lobiln and Ohio, 17; Cleveland and Colum
bus, 703b J Chicago, failambu and Inoiana
Central, 16; Ohio Central, 81; Lke Erie
and Western, 29; Ootario and Western,
2S)i offered; Buiuugton, Cedar Rapids and
JSoitiiern, 58; Alton and Terre Haute, 19 of
fered; Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 53;
Wabush, St. Louis and Pacific, SGM; Wa
bash, St. Louis and Pacifio preterm, 65;
Hannibal and St. Joseph, 34 Hannibal
and St. Joseph preferred, 74; Iron Moun
tain, 46; St. Looia and ean Francisco,
34; S:. Louis and San Francisco pre
terred, 45J4J St. Louis and Saa Francisco, first
preferred, 70; Chicago, St. Louis and New
Orleans, 82; Kansas and Tex s, 35; Union
Pacific, bi; Central Pacifio bonds, 72;
Northern Pacific, 26; Northern Pacibc
preferred.48; Louisville and Nasbvilie, 120;
Nashville aiu Chitr,nooga, 69; Lamsvillo
and New Albany, ii04; HouRton and Texa.
63; Western Union Telegraph, 4:
Akiaotio and Pacific Telegraph, 4u;
Paoiflo Mail 864 ; Adams Express.lSWeiia
and Fariro's tpress, Z08; American Ex
press, 65Ml United . States Express, 48;
Quicksilver, ' 10; Quicksilver preferred, 63;
Cariboo, 2; Leadville, IX I Cmttral An
aoaa, 5Hl Home Stake, 33; Stand
ard, 25; Excelsior, 17; Little PitUburs,
5g; Ontario. 35.
i' : " coTiuff.
At the conclusion of our last waek'a re
view ot the cotton ; market for the offi ial
week, middling cotton quoted at New
Yoik at ' 12a," during the week it
remained " tbe same; New Orleans
quoted ll?c advanced to 11 ; Liverpool
quoted 6 13 161. advanced to bjl, ihtn fell
back to 6 13 161; Memphis qooieu HJio, and
so remained. - P.aotically, as this statement
shows, cotton prwee are what they were a
wees ago, ana tne tone oi tne martei re
mains substantially wbat it was then, with
no new iifliences affecting it. In our own
mat ket exporters have decreased their opera
turns, and now spinners are the - principal
buyers They have kept up an active in
quiry all the week for bright clean cottons
above middling, and wou.d even have paid
ever full pricta tor tbem, but very little ot
the wanted description was to be found.
Ibe favorable account given of the growing
"rop assists to prevent, advance in priois
Everywhere tbe relative scarcity of nioe fine
cottons ia widening tne prue between grades
below and grades above middling, and tbe
planter can lay no leston more profitably to
heart thsn - the certainty that tbe most
money is (rot out of the rnt cotton,
toe New York BulUti, of W-'dnerday,
reported a sale "embracing one straight lot
? 10.146 bale, and one ot the Jarsrest sin-
sle transactions ot - the kind ever consnm-
mated oa tma mataeu ioi purcoase wai
made at full market rate and moatiy trom
grades of low middling to good middlmg.
and reported as taken by a Liverpool house
on Manchester account. Thamfluence upon
the option market has been none -able in a
stronger general tone and further gain on
vamea all a ousd, bat more especially on such
options as are likely to be affected by scarcity
betore the new crop comes to hand. - Toe
above sate indorses the expectations of those
who have been looking lor suoh a result uo-
ler the recent steady shading of ccst." Tbe
New Orleans Picayunt, of Saturday, reports:
"Advices from other centers have not, on the
whole, been quite to encouraging as . during
the reviews seven days, aud buyers have
shown bnt little spirit On tbe- other band,
factors have been equally indifferent, and of
fer no concessions to effect sales. The gene
ral situation is still depending largely upon
crop considerations. The tavurable prospects
give the bears tbe advantage, and spinners
are kept out of the market by tbe cheapness
of future deliveries. For the past sixty days
both English and American spinners have
been running principally upon their surplus at
the mills, which has caused an enlargement of
the visible stocks. Spinners on both sides of
tbe Atlantic held on June 1st, 265,000 aver
age bales (450 pounds) !e-s than at the cor
responding period in 1&79- This deducted
trom the exoess ia the VMioie supply et that
date ot 446,000 bales, wonld leave the total
world's supply, vi stole and invisible, only
181,000 bales more than last year, or includ
ing ail the United States interior towns,
230,000 bales kaore. This does not look like
a formidable surplus to be carried over at the
end of tbe cotton year, and indicates that the
way is being prepared for the reception of a
large American crop next season at fair
prices. It likewise toreahadows the removal
of the barrier against an immediate advance
in values, should the picking season prove
unfavorable, or any disaster ovettake the
-rowing crop. Northern spinners seem to be
doing a prosperous business yet, and current
price for cloth afford a fair margin of profit,
l h.i their nmdnction is beioff sold off rapidly.
is indicated by tbeir inability to accumulate
tccks. Thete are vaaue rumors ot somo
bii g like a corner here on June delivery
,f ntiarta. It is said that larse Quantities ot
cotton have been purchased tor delivery this
fl month and retold in liiverpooi. ice noiuers
cf tfaeae contracts expect tbe cotton, soouia
this be tbe case, it would cause a proportion'
i ate demand for spot ootton and likewise
I force tbe shorts oa later months to enter the
I market to oorer their contracts." Watts k
Cj.'s Livertoil cotton report for the week
ending June 4:n ess tne louowing: "mere
ii a degree of quiet confidence among hold
ers with no pressure to sell, but visible facta
Dpear to be against any upward movement.
By onr tunning counts we make spinners
hold 171,000 bale. By this showing their
stock are not by any means at the point of
exhaustion. Again, the state of business at
Manchester is not such as likely to lead spin
ners into baying ex'ensively in this market.
It is true the re has been more doing in Man
chester daring tbe week, but it has been
done at low prices in order to get rid of ac
cumulating stock. - Furthermore, spinners
most now feel completely reasaurred in re
gard to ..be supply of cotton. The stock here
-s now large and iikely to incric Inrther.
We would now put the crop at 5 623,000, or
550,000 oier that ot 1878-79, and as we put
the American eonsumpt oa at an excess over
previous year ot 181,000 bales, this would
leave for export to Europe for this eaoo s
compared with last, an excess ot 369.000
bales, astumicg tbe remaining stocks m the
ports tbe same at the end of both seasons.
The excels in the shipments to Europe are
now 181,000 over last season, which would in
dXbte increased phipmtnU tor tbe remainder
of the season of 188 000. In view of the
large shipments from Bombay to tbe conti
nent, it would be fair to assume that Great
Britain would get, say 110,000 bates of this
exct so. Allowing that tbe stock here on 30th
S -pttmber next will be 100.00) bales, and
taut held by Euglish spinners 23.000 bales
larger tban at same time last year, and that,
our exports will ix jeed last year by 22.000
b slew, we arrive at the conclusion that there
will r mam for ac'unl cntumption by En
glish spinners, 64 058 biie per week, against
50 235 last year, and 55,647 the year before,
the stock of cotton held bv English spinners
wp now estimate at 171 000 bales, against
190 000 last year, and 209,000 the year betore
at same date.
H-ceipla in Memphis during the official
week aggregated 371 bales, against 720
bales the previous week, and 897 bales the
corresponding week last season, and 924
bales in 1878. Tne total receipts since Sep
timber 1, 1879, are 404 555 bales, against
3S4 166 bales at tbe correpodiug time last
daeoo, an increase of 20,339 bales.
Shipment daring the e ffiial week aggre
gated 6423 bales, against 6089 bale the
previous week, and 2124 bales tbe corre
sponding week last seat on. Total shipments
Rinoe Septembor lBt are 373,233 bales, againBt
876.928 bale the same time last year, a de
crease of 1355 bales,.
Tbe total stock on hand was 26,658 bales,
against 32,710 bales last week, and 8142
bales at this time last year.
Sales rloring the week were 8100 bales,
against 6850 bales tho previon week. O'
the 3100 bales so'd this week, exporters took
8000 bales; spinners, 2250 bales; speculators,
50 bales. Sales same time lost year, 1400
bales. Middling quoted lljo, against 12J-jc
at the same time lust year. -
Menapkla Cottoa Blaveasent.
The following show the course of the
Memphis market and the price of middling
cntlno from th nrwning of th aoaon:
53
2 K
CCS,
1
.2
3
Nov. 7
225.M
22761
1A2B7
2844
8 1 057
12200
16n50
1U825
220OO
10H8
118
ll8
11
12
12
11$
11
11
12L
12.8
lift
12lg
12V
12i
1214
12V,
12W
12VI
108
ills
11?
11-
Nov. 14
245154
10H2U
4785
879i
88599
100489
107 00
1142
11H857
1I952H
Nov. 21
Nov. 23
225411
12882
..2873!
2H442
2-1 ftoH
18078,
lrtd70
10o84
1B12W
1758
18727
13(351
11168
tT8
6886
2244H
a7i24
10 H
Deo. 6
17652
17748
21049
1584H
19002
8015
2H100
10. i
L'H245
147SO
9900
Deo. 1
Dec. 2d
Jau. 2
2H-MM
17884
U128
U021
6721
400
6160
2O70
Jan. 0
112045
1155151
119970
12i!417
13823
12234i
120IM2
I1855U
118597
1078911
1U3435
725l
94190!
91H88
rk'OS
79498
71444
3183
6807
49TS911
42(194
88079
82710
2rt58
Jan. lrt
Jnn. 28
llriSH
15850
13401
1H532
I41i5
13331
14050
541 MJ
Jan. 80
lrtoso
12246
12-'
13:100
187IVS
14"89
I25hrt
10IH4
11775
87h9
Feb. H
If .to. 18
1H550
13i20
19400
Feb ISO
145HU
I3H0-'
10400
121O0
195 i
Keb. 27
Mar. fi
I640
1531 J
14322
UO'B
6703
4W8
67-12
4845
81 18
213rt
2150
137H
85t)l
672
44
-25
897
Mar. 12
Mar. 1H
6708
7850
Mar. 2d
9200
:00
So 11 2
6354
84.1W
2H65
22h(i
1445
April p
6941
IStOO!
Apnllri
Aprl.'S
AyrliUu
91112
7575
1-750
8750
8660
70MI
8!rrll
1-499
War 7
1783
1403
1285
94141
7l49j
May 14
may 21
9rWl
42001
4426
Mar 2K
108H
763
808ri
6tti8!
6089
6423
10
11
1 1U
June 4
71(h
Jun. 11
720
850
J no 1
871
8100
: The cotton txhaoge teiegiams yeaterday
i Monday) had no chaertulntas about them,
'rices remained as betore, except some furth
er lowering of quotations on inferior grades
in JNew York, but tbe tone was almost nm
formally quiet, or dull, or, as in the case of
the oosiiing of futures at L veroool. verv
dull, la our market there waa neither spirit
nor activity; sites were small, all to spinners.
and quotatioLS underwent no change.
... Tetlerdau. Saturday.
Low ordinary 7t r-i 7 Had M4
Ordinary a fVs Kt
Good ordinary m tVa &
Low mludUiif ll-B ffilOfts
Middllnc f?1114 f?lli
Hoodmiddllog t?ll 11
situuiiiis Lair nig- XI id -
Qiean stains 9 9-S101A
; Market quiet. Sales, 200 bales, including
to exporters ana aju to spinners.
I OOTTON 8TATXHEMT.
Stock, September 1, 1879 886
Received to-day 71
lieoelved previously 404,611 404.fl2
6hlpie4 to-day
Bhlpped prevUiualy..
1.R49
880.019
405 08
881 88
Stock, running account
IMPOSTS,
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Blnue September 1st
23,700
127
138
404,rl84
Memphis ard Charleston B. B 8
Louisville, Nasbvilie aud (it. Southern B. B. 87
FadueHb end Memphis H. B 2
Steaiucrs 21
h agons and other sourees 6
I TotaL " 71
i KXPOBTS.
Tbus far this week 8,05
Tuus tar last week ' DrtO
Biuca Septambei 1st. 38118
Memphis and Charleston B. B. 14
talssisMi'pl and Tennessee B B 783
Louisville, Nashville and GL Soulhtrn B. B. 528
bteamers soutn 24
Total 1349
I BY TELEQRAPH.l
The following are the latest telegrams of
the domestic markets, as reported yesterday
to tbe cotton exchange:
Lat.tt State of Pricm
Telegram. Market. Btefpt' Middling.
Galveston Quiet.' 118 Ills
New Orleans Quiet ftUI 114
Mobile...- Quiet. Inf. 111
Bavannab Q ilet. 811 - lUs
cbarleston Quirt, 171 1 US
WilinliKtOn. Dull. ...... 11
Nortolk DulL 18 11 7-lrt
Baltimore Q net 1115-16
New Toik Qj'.et. 2,502 12
B'ton Qilet. 7) 12M)
Pbiladelpbla Qu et. . 141 12lg
St Louis.... Viulet LU
The following are theNew York spot quo
tations for yesterday: Ordinary, 8ft",t good
ordinary, 10 5 18c; low middling. 117 16c;
middling, 12 : good middling, 12Jc; mid
dime fair. 13)0. At 12:10.' quiet: 2:10,
quiet; 3:10, quiet. Sales. 292 bales. Con
tracts, bales. Stock, 14Z,obl.
The tone of the future market waa as fol
lows: At 10:20. dull and easier; 10:45, q iiet
and steady; 11:30, dull; 12:35, quiet and
steady; 1:20, quiet and firm; 2:30, dull; 3:10,
qoint and steady, i Sales, 363,000 bales..- '
l ne following shows the closing quotations
of fonra ia tb New York marker yesterday:
Mutuht.
Xtjterday.
ll.B4rrTl.ee"
11 ttrtfH .. ..
11.7011.71
11 12
10.72r?10 73
l((.68rf 10 69
108(210 59
10 Ma 10.O8
Saturday.
11.A69I1 A8
ll8d .11.69
11.74
11 14i?
la74r10 75
iaoaio.Hi
lOoOtJioai
10.b7dl0t)9
June
July
august
September.....
October
November. ....
beeuibar. ....
January
The New Orleans market dosed dull at
ll?io for middling. Sale. 400 bales; re-
o-ipts, 863 bales; stock, 87,720 bales.
Ibe Liverpool telegrams yesterday report
ed cnttoo dull and easier; middling uplands,
6 13 161; Orleans. 6 15 16d. Sales, 7000
bales, of wbich a bale were American.
Receipts, 13.000 bales, 12,800 bales ot which
were American.
.. The market in Liverpool for futures opened
very dull; Jane. 6 23-32d; June-July, July
Aueu't. 6 11-16 J. At 1:30: July-August,
6 21-321; September-October, 6Jd. At the
close futures were very qu el; June, 6 11-16J;
August-September, b Xl-dZi.
The movements at tbe ports were reported
as follows?
rat
Last
Thit Wee
Lout Tear.
Recetpta fur 6 days
Kip's to G Britain
kxp's to Contln't
8.175
7,821
8,4-l
. 1.996
' 3.2S9
' 299
212 859
18.702
3 221
812,881
14 962
Slock on hand....
836 4 It
Total receipts at all Uoitea &tar-s ports.
4.820 837 j same date 1878. 4,406,249; same
date 1877, 4,196,788. Increase ot receipts at
United States porta this year. 414 6 Jo. total
stock stall porta. 312.881, against 212.359
same time the year betore; in 1877, 190,zw.
(iEXEUAL TBADE.
The full weight of tummer quiet is set
tling down upon us, and little ot interest is
doing in tbe market. Corn is in steady but
not active inauiry; thas far the corn trade ia
a slim affair. Bran and oat are . little
wanted. Hay is a drug at lower prices.
Cornmeal is quiet; the demand for it for
some weeks baa been provokiogly quiet;
some common as well as regular meal was
on tho market yesterday. Flour is quiet;
tbe only ii.qtiiry is for the superior grades,
tbe lower qualities are rrjcted. New potato
eh'ppiog was dull and prices lower, our po
tatoes have not been eurly enough this sea
son, and btfrre any important amount of
business could ba done tbe northern markets
were receiving home-grown potatoes; our old
shippers bave put up only a few
barrels, some of them none; the
l ride has not been a paying one.
Some apples and plums have been shipped,
but not many yet. Strawberries are very
coodr raspberries are readily taken. Eggs
are plenty and generally low. Chicken are
4,t in fair demand, bat fine large fowls sell
readily. , Hog produce is rising strongly, as
will be seen by our quotation, and the tend
ency is still upward. . Sugar is also bounding
toward-higher figures; syrups-will follow.
The cattle market is given in fall bebw.
Horses and male, are doll and unchanged
and prices fuHy sustained.
Quotations belotd are for round lot at the
landing and tfit railroad depots, ana n
elude neithar dragagt, storage, nor other
expense! outside, of the. bare '-ft eight and
charge up to the time of arrival. Jobbing
and store tale zr& at higher rates, as they
include drayage; storage and profit of the
dealer. ,-r - .-; '.' i .- ' "
t'KBDs Corn was in qaiet demand, and
dull toward- evening: ' sales on Saturday
evening of 4QQ sacks- et 49(3 50c; ' yesteid-iy
100 and 300 sacks at 49c; in the evening
49 j was thu best bid iuat cou'd bu pot; in
tore. 52f3:. Oats last sale at'4fe; m
stre, 4546j.. Bran nOmioalj m store, 75
80o Der cwt. Han doll: sile of fcU bale
srrintly choice timothy at $17; in store, 90s
l uovm and Meal. Flour sunerhoe, w 4
4 25; extra $ 4504 75; double extra.! 4 75
4 85; treble' extra.' $5 255-60;nlamily,
$5 75; fanoy, 6(a6 25.' :Corrmeai sales at
$2)20 and $2 25; jabbing trom store at
2 352 40. ,v e; - ?:. iv ' i?.'-
V KGKTABirKa New volatoes-tn S'OrP, $2;
to wagons tor shipmei t lwer, 75 $1 25;
extra, $2 a barret measare.- Ofiions-ia store,
choice, new, $3 754a barrel. -'
sBnrrs ASD Bbbhibs - Oranges Men-
sina, $6; imperial, $7. Jemoin, 4SO.
Green oppUs. $lt 50 per barrel iueaure,to
wagon, and bUOttxj a bushel lor piniDs; ap
ples sellinir at 25 a box. ploms at 25 40 J.
Praches, in start. "SOv n tbird-bushvl : bc-x.
Etfpberries, 75;$1 25 a bcx. J;
Egos asb-Uctteb Eata lOi: small
conutry packiges, 10illo. Butter com
mon. 10;;, .medinm, 1:4(8 lo-tc'mtc-N if ioo.
FOULTKY .t Vhickms. I33 7a; spring
chickens,' $1 253,-iccrdiug tu s si; small
verv low; rooster, $2 at).- -- - -. ?
HUTS. feanuts-r-H d. B2G?o,t Virginia.
797Ji Pft' pound. Almond, 2122a per
pound, fecana, I'Mglaa, aocording to size,
Brazil nut, 10llo por pound. Filberts,
12a per pound. ; Walnuts, 16o per pound.
Cocoanuts, $5. " v-" ' u . . - : v - ,
A3 iscKLLAHEOrja. Hominy, $3 25 a bar
rel, tints, $3, 25 a barrel. Cider Mis-
soori, haif-barrela,. $4 755; $8 50
a barrel. White beans meuium, $1 50
1 65; navy, $1 75 1 85. . Dried Apples, 8X
9i per pound. Dried Peaches, 83c per
pound.- " : ,. ... ..-- t
G roceribs Coffee,2M 14o lor ordinary ;
1516i tor tair,.16Xl7o tot good fair,
l$a lliXv for choice . Tea imperial, 55
9j. Hce Louisiana, Carolina, 7
80. Salt per dray-load, t:om strr?. $1 60
per barrel ; coarxe, per sack, $1 S5l 40; fine,
$1 65l-75;-Sipr Ljuiaiana, opeo kat
Ue, 99M-j yllow clarified, 1010Mc;
white ciar.hrd. 10Js'(3102i''3, cut loaf, l ,
grannlater!, 1111.; powdered, )4
114 Molasses L'juiaiana EUirarbouse re
boued choice, 5455o; p 1 n, 4648c; fair,
4245c; sjrups. 4555j.
i Hog Fboducb Pork clear sides, loose,
7H dear rib, loose, 7io; shoulder', looau,
4.. Sugar-cured hams, packed, lOllc
Mr st pork, $12 75' Bacon clear sine, pack
ed, 8Xi; clear nl,780; shoulder. 5 j. hard
tierce, 7K7;; kegs, 88;; pails,
Hides. Lbather. Etc. Oik sole. 88
40o; hemlock, 2730c P"r lb; harness. 36
39;; skirting, S840c; French calf, $40(360
per dozen; domesrin calf, $3045 per diz -n
Hide dry flint. No. 1, 18;; Ho. 2, 15c; dry
salt, 14-; green, 67c: green sail 9 :. Sheep
skin, 50(g $l 50. Tallow, 55Ja. Beee
wax. 20j.
I Wool. Tub-washed, 3845o; unwashed,
2S28j; borry. 1015j.
1 Bagginq ahd I iks Bagging flax,104
lie; jute, HU12Jic; mixed, 1V2-', aa
in qaality. Ties standard makes, $2 50;
pieced and outside brands nominal. Twine,
18(2 20c per pound.
' Limb and Cbxkst Lime, (1 a barrel.
LouisvUle cement, $1 75 a barrel: R rdale
cement, $2 25 a barrel; Portland, $5 50.
BesaaMe OalUr Cattle gf.arb.eC.
f Frey & Schilling, of the S mthern stock
yard. North Second street, report that the
receipts of cattle have been qaite liberal,
amounting in the aggregate to 350 head for
the week, all of which have found ready
sale at very fair prices. The market is now
very lightly supplied, and prices are firm at
figures given below. Quotations are for
grass-fed cattle exclusively. Sheep and
Iambi continue to arnve slowly. The sup
ply is not equal to tbe demand, and prices
are firm at a slight advance over last week's
quotations. Hogs are without movement.
Cows and calves are in light supply, with
some uqairy tor good quel ties. .
' Cattl Grass-fed choice, $4; good,
$3 503 75; medium, $33 25, common,
$2 252 75. Thin, light, interior and scala
wag cattle, $1 502. Cows and calves, ac
cording to quality, p rhtsd, $1230.
I Shsbf and Lambs. SAeepcooice, per
Owt. gross, $4 25(24 50; medium, per cwt.
gross, $3 754; common, per cwt. gross,
$2 753 50. Lambs choice, per head. $3 25
3 50; medium, per bead. $2 25 12 75;
common, per head, $1 251 75. Poor and
tbin sheep, all descriptions, per head, $l(a
125.
Measphla Dally Hsrae and If ale Market
I J. A. Forrest & Co., of the City stables,
Monroe street, report as follows with a bare
market and rates almost nominal; mules very
scarce:
1 Mules. Mule, IA and 15 bands, $100
115;15and 15 hands, $115130; 15J
and 16 bands, 130 150.
! Hobses. Good combination saddle and
harness horses. $135175; good harness
horses, $125150; eood taim horses, $90
115: rood plugs, $S585; common plugs.
445(365; extra saddle and bariess horses,
$175225.
I I BY TELEGRAPH. I
' NEW YORK, June 21. Flour heavy; su-
S ai hue wekleru and Sute, $3 304 Wbeai
ill and lower; oneraded spring, $1 05(3
1 10 Coffee firm; Rio, careoo. qajted 124
fel6Ji"c; jib lots, 12Ji16K3- Sugar
demand fair and mirket, ti,m; lair to good
t fining, quoted 77o. Molasses steadv.
Kice steady. Pot a firm; new mess, $12 25
Lard moderatelv active and higher; prime
steam. 7 27i7?a3. Whisky nominal,
$1 121 13.
i CINCINNATI, June 21. Flour strnnsr- r;
family, $4 9U5 15; lancv, $5 2o5 75
Wheat dull and drooping; No 2 red win'er,
$1 10. Corn easiwrtNo. 2 mixed, 39j. Oil
null; No. 2 mxed, 8233j. Rye quiet,
86j. Birley none eff -nng. P.irk e xciie
aud higher. $12 asked. Lird dull, 6?i6 85?.
Balk meats s'rong and higher, 4)7c
aoked. Bicn demand active and prices
advanced, 6J. 77i. Whisky active
and firm, $107. Cutler achvd and firm;
choice western reserve, 1516c; choice cen
ral Ohio, 1213j.
: LOUISY1LLE, June 21. Flour stesdv;
extra, $3 g53 75; extra family, $3 75
4 25; A No. I, $4 755 25 ; choice fancy,
$6(26 25. Wbeat doll and lower. 90.$1.
Corn quiet: No. 2 white. 42 Wc: No. 2 m xed.
40c Ofs qoet; No. 2 wane, 3S4-i No. 2
mixed, 353. Kvedull; No. 2 fall, 88 3. Hay
dull, $1216. Pork in fair de
mand and prices higher, $1. Lard firm;
prime steam. So. diis meats active, hrm
and higher, A. 77 40c. Bacon strong
and biuoer, bya, 7 b0(3OJ. bugar-curcu
bams, 994104u. Whisky active and firm,
$107.
ST. LOUIS. Jane 21. Flour family,
$4 50O 5: choice to tancv. $55 60. Wheat
un-ettled, lower and weak; No. 2 r?rl. $1 06
0107 cash. Jl9a0 Juoe, HW87M(i
b7l July, 86i8o AuBuer. 84M(g83.:
year; No, 3 red, HZ; akerj; JNo. 4 - ied. ao;
kd. Corn lower: 34Ji0 cash. 34Jo J one.
8434T Jo'v. OiU lower; 29H(?j29?c
caen. 2?432Sh4a June, 23,54233i'j July.
2lMo . Auttnst. Rye dull, W Wbiskv
steady, $1 0i. x'ork strong and higher; $12
cash and July. Urv salt meats hrm and
hivher, 4 30. 6 75 6 807o for winter meat.
Picon higher, 5 14, 7.55, 7.757 80s. Lard
nominally higher, 60.
CHICAGO, Jane 21. Flour dall and nomi
nal. .- Wheat steady with a fair demand and
easier; No. 2 spring Chicago, 93 1 cash, 90 Hi
bid Jul v, 849 Auunst; No. 3 spring Cni
cago, 84W; rejected, 6570o. Corn in fair
demand nut at lower rale ; 35M35aO cash.
3535i4;8 July. S5:ioj August; re-
jected,iw$c. uatsin fair demand, not at low
er rates aud weak: ZbAio casn. zot43 juiv,
22i August. Rye steady. Barlev easier, 72
74i. Pok strong and b'sber; $11 75 cash,
$11 TlUll 80 July, $11 90 August and
Sep ember. L-rl strong and higher, 6.90j
rash and July. 6 95s August and September.
Bulk meats activa hrm and bigoer; Bhonl-
ders. 4 60j; clear rib, 6.95j; clear, 7.20i.
Whisky steady and in fair demand, $1 09.
NEW ORLEANS, June 21 Floor ateady
with a fair dm-nd; superfine, $33 25;
dooble exti-a,' $44 26; treble extra, $4 50
4 75; hisrb enes, $5(35 876 trn active
and firm, 5052i. O it quiet. 37Je. Corn
meal auiet. $2 152 25. Hay quiet; ordi
nary, $15; prime, $16(317; choice $1920.
Pork active, firm and bicher, $12. Lard
steady; tierce. keg, 7Jc Balk mats
scarce anl fi'm: shoulders. Icose, AKz
packed, 4 Ji 5c. Bacon demand fair and
market firm; shoulder, 54c; clear rib, 7c;
clear, .eiie. sugar-cured, bams duti; cn-
vased. lOOIld. .. Whisky steady; western
rectified, $1 051 10. Coffee qiiet but
firm; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime. 13
15Ve. Soiraraaiet: common to good com
mon. GX1K j: fair tz fully fair, 7K8::
prime to choice, 8iif8so; yellow clarified,
87fe- R.ce Louisiana, ordinary to choice,
DS1 GOODS.
NEW "YORK, June 21 .Business remains
auiet in all oepartments of trade. Cotton
goods in regular demand; brown cottons and
001 set jeans doing fairly. Prints dull.
Lawns and dress ginghams in steadv reaaest.
Mens'-we&r woolens quiet, bat most makes
steady m price. , Jt oreiga goods quiet.
UlVEtt IlKPOUT.
RlTersi auasi Weather.
The followins official table gives particu
ars concerning tbe condition ot rivers and
weather at all important points: '
OmCK BIOMAL RKBVTCa TJ. S.A. '
Mmmphis June 21. 1880. 1
Above low
water.
Cbange.
BTATIORS.
Else I Fall
Inches inches
Feet 1 Inches
Cairo
Cincinnati.
22
24
lrt
tl
'l2"
1:1
1
fl
14
2
B
4
lrt.
id
24
11
8.
"fl"
7
6
2
11
"V
7
3
10
1 1
6
a
2
10
Davenport
Dubuque
Helena
Keokuk
Leaveoworth ...
Lime Bock....
14
Louisville
MeainklB....
4
1
Nashville
1 New Orleans...
Pittsburg
12
2
tbreveport....
6t Louis
15
Vlcksburg
t Below high water ot 1 874. .
Low water, beach mark of 1 879.
BY TKLKGIAFB.
Was DbpT, Signal Service. U 8.
! UOMDil. Juce 21. 18K0 10;08
ARMT, I
p.m. 1
Place of I j. I Thl, Wind I Weatb-
Observallon. "r- 1DeT- Dir. I Koree. I er
Chattanooga 80 01 74 Ci m. Clear.
Halveslon... 29 H4 7U E. Gentle. Ceur.
lodlanola... 20 7 19 E. ' Fre b. Cl-ar.'
LoulfV.lle... 2 V 75 N.WLght. Kalr.
Memphis.... 74 K.W.. Oeutlo. C ear.
N nab vi lie ... 30 01 7H N. I.lbl Cear.
New Orleans 2 HO 7 N E Freb. (Jloody.
bbnveport.. 2 91 78 ...... flm. Clear.
Vicksburg... 2BM7 71) Calm. Cloudy.
Little Bock auOO 74 aim. ciie r.
Pittsbuko, Jane 21. Soon Biver 4 leel
3 inches and falling. Weather clear and
warm. Niaht it' vr 8 F-e 9 inches and fall
ing. Wea her clear end very warm.
New Orleans, June 21. Weather cloady
bat pitt s ml ; thermometer 80 deg. Arrived :
Aonie P. Silver, Sc. Louis; Robert Mitchell,
Cincinnati. Nj departures. Tbe Pans C
Brown is loading to leave to-morrow for Cin
cinnati.
Vicksbctro. Jane 21. Weather cloudv;
thermometer 84 deg. Biver fallen 3 inches.
Up: City of Alton and New Mary Houston,
Down: Golden Kale. Arrived: City ot Vicks-
burg. ,
Etansttllb, Jone 21. Noon. River
riangwith 14 feet 10 inches by the gauue.
Weather clear and hot. Lowb: Uolden Uity
and V nt Shiokle. Night Weatbpr clear
and warm; thermometer 83 dee. River 14
toet 11 inches and rising. Business dull.
Bt. Louis, Jane 21. Noon. River rising
steady. Weather clear and warm. Arrived :
Port Eds, New Orleans; City of Helena,
Vtcksburg; Colorado, Memphis. Night.
Kiver fallen 11 inches, with ia feet i inches
by the gauge. Departed: Colorado, Mem
phis. Loctsvtlls. Jane 21 Noon -River ris
ing with 10 feet 1 inch in the canal and 8
feet 1 inch in tbe cbute on the falls.
Up: Virgie Lea. Night River rising with 10
leel 2 inches in the canal and 8 feet 2 inches
m the chute on the falls. Business good.
Weather clear and hot.
Cairo, June 21 Aroon. Weather clear
and pleasant. Arrived: Will Kyle, Cincin
nati, midnight; J. D Parker, Cincinaa i. 1 a.
m.; Coos Millar, Memphis, 1 a.m. Departed:
Parker. Mempbi. 2am: Cans Millar. Cin
cinnati, 3 :t.m. Night Weather clear; ther-
incmiterBl deg. Kiver iTJ feet and rising.
Arrived: Halliday and Port Kads. St Louie,
2 p.m. Departed: Schenck, New Orleans,
8 p.m. -
Hevesneata tke Ievee.
ARRIVALS. 1
John B. Maade. Sr. Louis : Go'd Dust.
Vi.ksburg: U. P. Schenck. New Orleans:
Cbarles Morgan, New Orleans; Cimmna-
wealth, flew Urleans: Uity ot Ureenville,
Vicksburg; Coahcma. Arkansas City; Josie
Uarry, Wmte river: Bales viae. at. Drancis
river; Maumelle, Arkansas river; James Lee,
Knars feint: uceola tti la. Uaceola: Andy
Biam, Cincinnati; Set. Geoevieve, St. Louis.
DEPARTURES.
John B. Maude. Yicksburg: G.ld Dast. St.
Louis; StB. Genevieve, St. Luis; U. P.
Schenck, Cincinnati; Charles Morgan. Cin
cinnati; Andy Bium, Cincinnati: Osceola
tHlle, Osceola: James Lse. iriars foiot; Jo
ie Hairy, Arkansas City, Commonwealth, St.
Louis.
nt PORT.
Coahoma.' Maumello. Batesville, City of
Greenviller-
BOATS DUK.
! Up Hard Cah.
1 Down Will Kyle. Grand Tower. James D.
Parker, W. P. Halliday.
BOATS LKAVIHO THIS DAT.
New Orleans Will Kyle, Lew Eates
master, 8 a.m.
Vick6borg Grand Tower, George Cor-
vell master, 10 a.m.
St. Lghjis City of Greenville, Robert E.
Riley master, 10 a.m.
St. Francis Rivkb Batesville. O. K.
Joplm master, 5 p.m. "
receipts testerdat.
Maumelle 805 sack) cotton seed, 7 pkgs
sundries.
John B. Maude 13 tierces hams, lot butter
and eggs.
City ot Greenville 55 sacks cotton-seed. 1
box merchandise.
U. P. Schenck 12 hhds sa&mr. 50 brig ale.
50 eks and 10 brla salt.
Batesville 31 bales cottoa. 17 sacks cot
ton-seed, b pkgs sundries.
U;eola U'Me i ball s cotton. 69 Backs cot
ton seed, 552 teet lumber.
James L-e 11 bales cotton. 370 sacks cot
ton-seed, lot household goods.
Commonwealth 12X1 brls molasses, 210
rolls bagging, lot merchandise.
(Joaboma b bales cotton, 244 sicks cotton
seed, 1 bag seed-cotton, 4 head cattle, 58
psgs sundries.
Charles Morgan 14 bhds sugar, Is bdls
sacks, 4 casks wine, 15 cases wine, 5 brls
ale, 2o bags almonds, 10 cases sundries, o
pkgs sundries. .
Ste. tienevieve kKfcO dry brls. lou.wet
brls. 300 pkgs lard. 83 casks and 32 balf-
c icfci bacon, 200 rolls bagging, 318 bales bav.
1426 sks corn, 65 sheep, 29 bales cotton, 1050
pkua mdse.
Andy Baum 410 brls meal. 516 brls saU,
62 brls whisky, 140 eks corn, 2K) ska bran,
200 rolls bagging. 200 brls tlour, 50 brls pork.
) brls vinegar, 2oo sks oats, 100 sks meal.
623 pkgs sundries.
lTeeal rrt Katea.
Basiuess fair.
Warm weather.
Packets going out last evening had fair
tripe.
the Gold Dan passed no Sunday morn id g
on time tor St. Louis.
Receipts by tbe river since onr last report,
79 bates cotton, 1560 sacks cotton-seed.
Ihe U. f. bhenck passed up Sunday
morning for Cincinnati with a fair trip.
Tbe City of Greenville arrived ytsterday
evening from Vickabarg with a good passen
ger list.
Ibe John B. Maude passed down sanday
morning tor Vicksbarg with a good trip.
ne added here 25 tons of lreigbt.
Tbe B-iteeville. Captain O. E. Joplin, is
the packet this evening at five o'clock for St.
1 ranc 8 river. A. u. Banning is her clerk.
Tho Will Kyle, Captain Lew Kates, is due
down this morning at an early hour, bound
tor JSew Urleans. James Alexander is her
clerk.
Attention is called to the contract of the
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad with the
legislative council, published in our local col
umns.
Toe Grand Tower, Captain George Corvell,
is tbe Anchor-line packet this morning at ten
o'clock tor Yicksburg and the bends. Thomas
w bite is her clerk.
Tbe City of Greenville, Captain Robert K
Riley, is the Anchor line packet this momma
at ten o'clock tor Cairo and St Louis. H. .
Corbyn a her clerk.
Tbe Commonwealth, from New Orleans,
bound tor St. Lju's, passed no yesterday att-
rnoon with a good trip, she added here
33,000 feet 0!' lumber.
The Maumelle, Captain J. J. Darragh, is the
Wednesday packet tor all points on the Ar
kansas river. Charles M ousel man and Will
Darragh are her clerks.
Tbe Andv Baam departed yesterday even
ing tor Cincinnati with 13 bales cotton, 50
barrels oil. 560 sacks oil-meal. 10 bales rags.
200 barrels potatoes, 16,000 feet lumber and
a rwr list of p pie.
The Hard Casb, Captain hA Postal, will be
found in port to-day, and leaves again to
morrow evening at nve o clock tor all points
on White river, going through to Jackson-
port. (Joarlrs 41. foetal is her clerk.
The James D. Parker. CapUln C. B. Rus
sell, will arrive to-day, and leave again to
morrow evening at bve o clock tor all points
on tbe Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. Rob
ert M'Coy and Charles Colbert are her clerks.
Tue Charles Morgan ptsted no yesterday
morning at one o'clock, trom New Orleans
bound for Cincinnati, three days and six
hours out to this place, making twenty-s-x
landings on her trip up. She had 250 tons
freight, 100 cabin passengers and good many
on deck.
Some complaint is made by steamboatmen
and others having business on the levee, that
the immense quantity of salt now un tbe
landing seriously interferes with business.
The stone for paving purposes is also thought
to Uke up t"o much room.
Th-ISK Genevieve, Captain D. A. "Wist,
John S Ljbmerr, cleik, came in yesterday
a' ternoon with 6502 packages of freigh She
has been renovated and refitted daring her
ats bm. The ladies' cabin now has spacious
nod elegantly lurnUhed rooms. The Ste.
Genevieve left during the nigbt.
S'eamb atmen will be glad to learn that
W. H. G.-ider, tbe contractor, will this morn
ing commence the work of grading on the
wharf between Union street and the site of
the burned elevator, preparatory to paving
that portion of the publio .landing. . Assur
ances are not wanting that the improvement
will be poshed to completion before the space
te demanded by the big tall ana winter trade
just, ahead of ns.
The advent of the Josie Harrv in the Ar.
kansas City trade will create an enthusiasm
no whit less than that engendered by the
debut of tbe Ltean Adams in tbe trade from
that point to Greenville. Acknowledged by
every one competent to judge to be tbe best
and fastest srernwheel boat that ever hacked
oat from here in a local trade, and effisered
by gentlemen whose names are guarantees
for-their popularity with their patrons, she
cannot fail to be a complete success. The
command still vests in tbe L:ttle Commo
dore; while office affairs are ably and efftbly
managed by that veteran in the trade, Cap
tain A. L. Cummins, ably assisted bv Captain
Billy l oom and tbe blonde boy. Lie Cum
mins, jr. Major Sheridan holds the cabin
and cookhoase in the proper plnce, giving
more and better grab than any other packet
on the river. El Murray is surgeon, ar d
can set a limb with neatness and dispatch.
Tbe Josie will remain in tbe trade perma
nently, leaving here oa Monday and Thurs
day. . - . . .
Ferseaal.
C ilonel Dan Donovan, late of the Ouacrrta
Belle, yet takts his easa in the village of the
bluffs.
Captain Mark R. Cheek takes a lay-off for
a few diy no doubt very acceptable efter
bis long season of active service. .
B.lly Snr.ther, cletk of the Oxeola Belle,
left by rail last niht for Evansville, to re
main until 'he fi f September.
Captain J. W Farmer, king of the cotton
growers, leit for bis plantation in B ilivar
county oa lb? Josie Harry yesterday evening.
ti. Wash b lojd, who was in tbe t ihoe on
the Dean Adams on her trip to Vickaour; ,
returned with hi wife o . tbe City ot Green
ville yesterday evening.
Wuuam Mason, ti-q , clerk of the City of
Alton, left for St. Louis Friday evening by
rail. Cause: a dispatch telling him of the
serious illness of bis wile.
Captain Ed. R. Perry, of the big cotton
carrier, John Howard, an-1 Captain H. P.
Dunlap, of Grav's heavy Iron L'ne, are at
Hot Springs, taking in Ouachita fishing and
sulphur Uaihi every day. Captains Jjma
and Gwin, ot Cincinnati, are &'-- honoring
tbe Bcithseda of America with their (.reeebce
The Josie Harry is Incky in ecurirg tbe
services of H jr Tcomus B Sairidon us
director of guscatory diversions. N man
better than the Mt-j r knows the demands cf
tho trade to Arka&a City, aad tbere 14 none
more qualified tor the poailioo. That be will
win praise and p-lf for tbe boat is aa sure as
toat he has opportunity to do so.
Colonel Stanley Ryland, Bob Fiamm and
Pbin Starr bave the sympathy of hosts ot
friends in tbe loss incurred bv them by the
burning of the w hart boat R.E. L-e er Ar
kansas City Sunday morning. A ett au... oat
man never baa any too many ciolhta any
bow, and when he lose theae trw, the leasi
he deserves is commw ra'.ioa at the hands ot
his more fortunate fellow pitcher.
Picket I Adrirt.
The Lacy . Gastrell is still running from
Mobile to Montgomery, and so is out ot the
way for the present.
Cairo Bulletin, Sunday: "George Bakrr
retires from tbe cffioR of tbe John A Scudder,
and Captain N. B. Fowler, of the Centeoma1,
takes charge. . George will have charge
the Anchor-line boat store at Sc. L uis dur
ing tbe absence of Sapenotendent LmgBdale,
who has gone east lor his health. Upon his
return Mr. Baker will tike h.s old position
again." "
Evarsrile Journal, Saturday: "Captain
W. C. Hardwick, tue celebrated shipper ot
produce to tbe sugar coast, leit for Memphis
by the Will Kyle last evening. He has jott
contraottd at Lrvenwertb, Indiana, tor riv:
prouCJ boats, 150 feet long by 24 teet wide,
which he will load early ibis fad with pro
da -e, corn and potatoes, for the sugar coast
in Louisiana."
Toe Arkansas City Journal having heard
several parties censoring Captain Mark
Caeek for running the D-aa Adam past the
town to the whirl boat before touching at the
city landing abevj, at which point quite a
crowd had gathered to get a peep at the new
boat, explaius that he had only a few pack
ages for tbe lower landing, and had he mace
tbe city landing first he would bave been
compelled to have taken his flat of coal and
dropped to tbe lower landing, discharged her
freight and remained there away out of town
till time to go. '
ia a lachrjmosal tone the New Orleans
Times declares: "It is sad but true that C ip
tain Cowdon's Barataria ship canal pn j ct
has petered out. It is one of the saddest ot
truths that men, who are in advance of their
time, too often die before tbeir projects tr
prophecies are realized. . We do not kn w
that Captain Cowdun is ahead of his time,
exoept in so far as to expect that he could
get people to subscribe a million dollars to
what may not be in appropriately termed a
chimerical scheme. We bave no particular
oti';ction, however, to tbe captiin's proposed
ship canal, and we have no desire to hear ot
his death before h s prrjct is realized. He
prophesied that the jetties would be a failure,
and as he proved a false prophet in tbat mat
ter we have no farther wo tor his prophe
cies.
HOVESEXTS Olf OCKAH STE&BEBS
Liverpool, June 21. Arrived: Bivariar,
from Boston.
Philadelphia, Jane 21. Arrived: Illi
nn, trom Liverpool.
Montreal, Jane 21. AniveJ: Steam
ships Brooklyn and sarmatin, from Liverpt o'
New York, Jane 21. Arrived: Steamer
City t toed d, from London; City of Rich
mond, trom Liverpool.
New Orleans. Jane 21. Arrived: Sr.nm
ship Morgan City last nigbt, from New Yoik;
ship Swallow, trom Halb.
London. June 21. Passed at Crookhsven
City of Berlin from New York for Liverpool;
at Havre, Amenquetor jsew iirk.
New York. Jane 21. Arrived: Weer,
from Bremen; Arsma, trom Li verpool; U O-
pia, from London; Uallis, trom Liverpool.
London, June 21. Harder. Caledonia,
Davoa and Marengo, fiom New lork arnved
nut; steamer Helvetia, trom New York and
fernvian. from Montreal, arrived out.
llKlrfI.' STRvNUTII, KTC
45 Yeara Before the 1'ubllc
THE CENU.IME
Dr. C. McXANE'S
are not recommended as a remedy for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and ia all Bilious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, tkey stand without a rival.
ACUB AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are onequaled.
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 Fleonq Bros.
B Insist upon bBg the genuine Dr.
C McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING liUOSn Pittsburgh, ra.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name JHcLane, spelled differently but
fame pronunciation. -
.INVALIDS'
AUD OTKEKa 8KULUIQ
iy
u u ism sirvi usa u u a a
STRENGTH AHD EKERCY,
OCT T8 CSI OF DBDU8, ARE HSr
ntJ) TO SEND Wtt THC ELlCTRWi
VrtvY, AH UXOSrRATED JOUis-
HAI WHICH K PUBLISHED
FOB FREE DKBXBIJTIO.
r TREATS vpam HEALTH. BTBTE1TE, and TfiTsV
ea) Cnltora, sna Is a eomplst enc;clrndis af
iafta-maUsn tot Invalids sad unt who fciifler from
. Extasnstlosl Fatufal Dimwn. Enry
tbss beais npoa bos Mi zd kamaa bppliMss,
sosdUoci In Ms pas: sol Um niacy qnw
ced by sunflp Invalids, wbo bsve diepalrv1
sre aoswered, SDd vsluabls Information Is
trvd to all who an la need ot medical advtc.
lbaos o Blaouie Belts m a Medicine, ac
Klred sod oo qneeUoam oi vital Ini portanc
t sUM.Iiif stasosaay, ac duly oooatdered and ex
pUta-' YOUNC MEN
An4 othen wbe nffcl from Hervoos sod Ptivaleal De
bility, Loa oT Manly Vlror, Ptmmtitn Eihuoo
soi tbe sasf glootny eotusqoeoc of early tcdiecre.
tion, eto are espscSUlj banetUed by ooosaltuig its
Contests.
Tbe ELECTRIC BeTVTBW exposre the unmitigated
ft-andu praoCovd by qaaek and med'ea Im potto who
profeea to " praouoa soedieiiM," sod points out the
only eafe, simple, aad dsctlv road to Health, Vigor
and Bodily Eiie-yy.
Send you address on postal card br a oopy, and
InformatKn wortb tbooaanda wlU bssenS too.
Addreea, the pabtlaben, .
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO.,
COR. EIGHTH V VINE SI BEETS, CINCINNATI, ft
CoughsBronchitis, Consumption
Wkat m Well-bwawai Draulst Bay
abaat Allea'si Lssr sSaiaaasV, .
BOTHEBH, BRAD!
- OASXAHD 6T4TIOH, KT.
GsjrrxorjtKS-- The demand for A lira's) Lam
Bimsi Is triereaslDa ecnstantly. Tbe ladle
th'nk thare Is no medicine equal u it for Crtaip and
Whooplog Cough. C. b. MABT1N, LrUKidst.
BSelel K V Mil WeSleln- SSale.vei.
LABORERS WANTED.
A fr COLORED LaBORFBS wn'ed to take eft
tzJ J wagaz erop mis ru. at-enia wno oora
nunl this kind ot labor ean eommuuli-ate lta
A. P. ALLalH.
-:. Baroiax7 Planters assnelafinn, Uusson, La.
175-177-179 JiTtifa St., Memuliis,
WHOLKSAXX AND RKTXtL DEALKBS IN
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons!
AND ALL
C Alt UI AGE ANI WAON MATEHIALS!
We have recently creatlr enlarged our Storehouse,
iSvJL33irr xgs 2Hl5na,rr33L33E3.
BBIULES, COLLARS,
8ADHLEUY AND nRXF.M IIABHWIRE AKD MA.TEB1JLLS
of all kinds, ttaoaral Ageota for Us OalaOrated , '
n.ncl Ttannftwsoo Farm VV noon s J
B. J. SEMMES
Old Yannissee
nn our
' DtftieTf nrn mm
Old Kentucky1
SOUR HASH'! WHISKIES
K
i-as
PRESSES, CORlV-MIIlS,GlJMBiasLTXWGE4c
; W Our Kellpaa H siller lathe best GIN tor river planters. Bwill separate tbe hulls tana tbr
eotton before resebiRC the saws. Euu 12-lneh solid saws, RerojvtrJff-beeid, NsralatlDa- seed-board, ztia
heavy brush, and gin very fast. Our Revolving head Qln has no superior In clean eotton. Oar feeders
and Condensers will clean eo'ton of dirt and dua.
p-Orler fill! t-rmitiy. nsrsnt'-lns' tisfsetlrm. Pnd for cItsiIsts Refer to sll nln rear "tn
ehoollleid lasianei1
f
OS ACCOUNT OF TIIK L1BUK 1NCQB181S OF OVB
Wholesale
We will, after this date,
SELL TO MERCHANTS ONL"S
MAY I. 1880 SCHOOLFIELD. HANAUER & CO.
1KB BICK, late ot Bios,
aT.
RICE t& YOST
' (SDCCKSSO&S TO BCHHTDL1PP BB03.)
WHOLESALE
o. 302
neadqwartera fr AKCHEH hranrt of Seat CI gar a. R1T.E & TOST.
GEIGKASHW
nancllo tJty Ti1-yjo
OS Second St., opp, Market Square, Memphis
CSII onse Fronts, Columns, Llntals, -
Iron and Bnxmm vDastines, General Bepalra and Everything la t e
l.lne nf rnndrv and
1
D
Manufacturer's of every deacriptka of f'lrralur, Mill, susd Cross Cat Nam ; Wholesale Dealan ia
Kobber and Ieather Belting, Files, Mandrels, Cant Hooks, Saw UnBasBrers, tTpewta, susal
all Saw and Planintr mill Happliesf Sole Manufacturer ot Iockaroed's Patent Hlocte4
"t'ircnlnr Mnw. EFEItY HAW WAItKAVTEI). Careful attection to reiir work. Agents for
TAIMITE EmERY WHEELS "oS
Our New 111 list rat oil Cataloirue mniletl free on application.
M.H.Ooover&Go
AX TJFACTtlKEBS OP
Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings,
ALb KINDS OF DOOB AND WINDOW FRAMES,!
Brackets and Scroll Work, Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths. Ete
Nos. 161. 163 and 165 Washington street.
TWfmrVi1.
ORGILL BROTHERS & CO.
HARDWARE,
COTTON GINS, COTTON PRESSES, DEERING HORSE ENGINES,
STJEA.JK ISSCSINES AND KOItLKUS,
Sorghum M Ills, -"r 1st Mills, BeKlag:, rack lng. Hose.
JAMEH eX GBA1IVH WAHON,
Brass and Iron Steam Fitting and Pipe, Etc.,
Froit Street, Cor. Momos. Memphis, Tenn',
H. 6avfa
John n. Balllvaau
M
. GrA.'VlN & Co.
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors.
And Commission Merchants, ,
' ml
OB ta.-Ca.caL Q34 3T"xorxt; street;
Bctwrsa A da nan aad JftTnrmmm.
Onr I. N. HAINET devote hi woole time to tbe WeUtmrj ami eaM of all Oottoo lntrasted g .
. TTm titw un, Mn rv,n Swnn,i eomr w,,Mn inn ,M HammM
"VT.A. ttAUK.
Wo A, GAGB ERO.
No. JMWi fRIHT OTRKKT,.;.....
LAP PLASTER!
Soft and 311 Nontn Twelfth
C. De Sloore.
100RE, BASSETT& CO
Xoaloxsi Iti
Doors, Sash, Blinds, foldings,
.Lumber, Iatb. and Sliixip'les,
351-353-359-385 Second street, : : Elempliifl.
KIM D3 OT
and added to oar former stock a full line of
BLAMES, TRACE-CHA1KS, g cj3
St
km.
PRATT GIM CO.
No. S14: Front street,
. MANTJTACTUBEB8' PPOTv ' -
Revolving-Head & Eclipse Huller,
; Feeders, Condensers!
e5 GOr
; : -
usiness :
Jacobs 4 Co.
JOHI X TORT
9
Front St., Heinpliis.
IE0H TOES!
llls, YentUatore, Cellar-ratlns;, all kind
JJarhlne-'Short Work.
Curtis a Co.
8'.t to 819 North Second Street, St. Louis, Mo.
"rTinsj.
Tkm. sJlarK.
H. eT. eiarku
B. XL. A
..flKvlPHII. TKsJWlwm'
rajs 200 to 600 Per Oat. Profit Of
ihe Investment. All Farmers shonlii
try It. volnaranteed to pay. Send tm
Circulars and Prices to -
atrt ...
i
....Nt. Ionia. 1laMnvl
e. T. Basset.
luka Springs Hotel.
THia favorite warerln; plate. lras.td en H. aod
'v? ? 1" op n ,or th9 "option of Tra
itors. The house has been mtlrev fe'arntsbed. and
do pain will be spared tom-ke g.Mu feel entire!
at home. The sprlDg- am w 11 kuown for tixMr me
dlemal Drorjert1e, and are not turpassod bv any
soutn or Vltirinla. Tarlnus amusement for diuk
time. Board at lowest rate. Appi, to
H BKRI3, Pmrrletnr.
Summer Resorl North
Park HriF, kohkric t. out-
, n. bankt of Lake Huron; msTiinrjt seenefT
D-alf furnished; splendid in.c; plea-ant smlka-
luuiun ami ouoinsj in ne'enbornonri; Un eooleat
and most delightful spot In On'nrlo. Vn j ia, hi
rail or water. Terms rHWMvtbla. Applv to
K. MABLTON. Proprietor. '
Frontenac, fjinnesota,
(Tba Nasvpoit ot tbe Kortnivest).
LIKE'SIDE HOT"'. 4D COTfiGE.
'TVHR most romsnt e o,i In the Northwest- fs
A. uated on Lake Pblo. ami I the mos hnairtitnt
Sfor.eiT on lh tfl4l!lpul. and onnndte tmh rlvep.
tbe finest Trout Stream in Ihe world Bblng fe to
Rueu,, anu wirw ui si-u.ien ru K. or romnritlo
knseraitt - Boallna bstbl' si. bowline, hiliiarri. bmh.
erv, eroqont. ee , afford r-cHtioo and amusement.
H Loulx Packet la'id on hotel grounds. Bo meet,
all train of tbe C. U. a rt f 4 taut Bairoad. Open
Ju-elst. 6end for ciniil.
e.P.6Hna. Proplot-T I J. C FiHKT. Maaacer
WHite Snlplinr Springs
Montroiuer j 0ntyt Tlr:Inla
ronH'S ramons snmraer rroort. In tbe snoantalns of
L Vlnrlnla. near the summit ot tbe alien ban
Mountains. In this eonntr, bavtna onoet gone man f
Improvements since last saaoo. and tbe proprietor
uavlosj become Inrgvlr tntrn-s ed In tb purehaseot
stock and furniture, will spare neither SKpoose snx
ps'nsln saeiaiDlns; t-reputHtloo as tbe ieadloawa.
terlnc plaos of the State. These uptlng 'e hooated
DwiuiuwoiiDca.a su b H., SI miles west of
I vncbbara. 12 miles east of Brlatnl. arwi a,m..u
bv waierlK: pUcrs or note resirt This piaos la
tbe most baDdsnmelv improved, and afford tba
largest aaeommodatl wia of anr place In Virginia,
1 ue CUr.y i a ii i sua UQUSUai OW price OC
boatl should secure a lante patn'Oace ihls sneson.
Bx erase, teleer.pb. ros and ilrsrt oinaea an. u.ud
on the croumia. - The wiers oi these springs bav
long been favorably known tut Uwir bralenla prop
eilles. th-j consist of thkis bou uphc a
srmjiw, vnat l HEATH ana P KSY-mM
SrKiHa. Visitors to the ynnrnmerrWbitetiuiubur
sprli.irs will stop at tb Big Tunnel Station on ton
4. M. at O. a K.. distance from the eprtng lla
nillt-s, with wbicb It la connectt-d bra new braucb
narrowgaug rail war line, and lo teas than tea
minute arrive at Ihe Boptlnn Bouse of the
Spring. Tbese 6pr1ngs aill open First of una for
tlie reception of visitors. BVwuM as low aa any other
Brat-class waterlr g place In Vbvtnta Speeia rales
will be made fwlarte partiea. Resident pbvslvlan,
Dr. Jamea M'Kent, of Vinrtnla. V'or lartber Irrfor
matlon. addrea THOS WIIJ30N. froo.
Lauderdale County, Alabama.
For circulars, terms, etc, address :
n-sa,l at r.n.
WARM SPRINGS.
"VTestern North Carol Is a.
"pflU popular watertne place Is cpen for fievoep
X. Uon of veltors. Hot. warm and mid nlntiiie
b.ths Klevatlm IrtOO f et. Kins hand of musie.
"tne Orbing and pie ' re-ana mountain ncenr : l iui
new rooms sinee la-1 ses'ou. furnished In an elesjant
sqlS. bend for oe-T p Ire circular.
- MtowKHTON A lhv, Propriet'vrs.
The HYGEIA II OT ELi
OLH rot XT CrtTsrOKT, f4w
Itmttad 100 vards from Fort Monro Onen all tha
fear EVjual to anr noiel In the United Sute as a
u Timer Hesort eend tor elieular descrlbinc br
alenio advaiitages. etc
tiaEHISOJI r'Hni"9TJ3. Proprt-tOT.
HUUr UOtSb, OobtJi BKACU, K. J.v
KTBAB IONO BftAKrH flrst-elas. family
LN hooe. situa'ed on tbe ttescsi wttbin ftv leea
Of snrf bathing. Perfect drainage, DO moequl'oee,
dry air; vrundeiful In lt effects ooon suSerer from
malana. Tetms mouerai. Refer- ns. sddreas
K U etRHKTSON,
cVieeji Beam, New Jersey.
Crab Orchard Springs
TJUTl boar trom Louisville or Cincinnati by rail.
No coen for visitors. Hotel aoDoli.tmenta
eomplete. Ask for round-trio tickets. Hot pam
pnieu, coniiining analysis or wsters. row rates of
board, etc.. address I. 9 TKVI3. Manager,
Crah Owhsr'. KewockT.
CONGRESS HALL.
SARATOGA SPBINriS.
TBBK AND AHtLF DOLLIES PEB DAT.
This splendid bote! having been tborot-gbly reno
vated and refumUbed. iMli open ,
THURSDAY, JDN 17TK.
- ' CLRMEKT WILKINSON, Proprietors.
H. 8. CLsarcKT. Wis. wnjnrson
TBS. COX. 83 Fifth avenne. corner Tenth s'reet,
iX New to k- Superior board; alegaut rooms;
S10 weekly; ri dally, .
BDF01.D -
Alum and Iron Springs
Opaai Jsse 1st. ;tO aaaatk flrat-elaaa.
. W. nVH....PveldeTt.
TRUSTEE'S SALKJ.
NOTICE.
TWILT,, on Mnaday tbe 1U dnTaf Jmty,
lsetU, offer at public sle at tbe Courtbousedoir
tntbecliyot Memphis, by virtue of toe power eon
rerrvd upon me by a deed of trust executed Julv 1 1 ,
1 87 U and re -rd -d li tbe Begtster's oiflos or bUe'bf
eounty, in Book No. 103. page 871. to secure
certain lndebtedne. therein mentioned, and tbe
same being pant due ard unpaid, ihe foilowliig land,
viz : A part of a tiact of land fornwiy ouned by
Jame C. Jone. lying In tbe ieiub clnl rlstnet, lo
range 7, sections I and S?, org nn'ng at the eooih
e'st corner ofrtlK cr tract, part of a 5000 sera
trant, wblcb said O0 ae es wasconvered by J -hn P.
Hlrkonn and dwlo Hlck-nnu t" 8. and B Kim- -bnxjuh,
by deed dated July 2i 182H; thence west
77 ebams and 42 links, ai-tnaeon tnersst llneot
Patteron's lUOU-scre suhdlil-lon; tberee nortu r)9
chains and 64 links, a stake In tbe atste line road,
878 link, north of a tt gum marked Ki hence
aitbe3Vs deg. ea-t 23 cbsiD- atid2l llukltb lb
center cf sol i io-id; u f nee oub 17 deg. enal!0
cbnlns sod 60 link, a a ake; tbdiice snuin 64 oeg.
s t 37 etuuns, a slake; tbnoe et4 4 chains and
32 links, a stake; tbenoe south 88 cbalasaod 00
link to the beginning, eoi talnlng hy tbe origin!
deed 41fMl ecrra Tue abuve land bss beeo sub
divided bi darab W Jonee tniolots. whieh said plan
l of rt-eotd in tue B-tO-oer' office ot f be.b, eonuty,
Tennessee, In Plat Boi'k 1, pkge H3. I aillsell.br
virtue of said deed w me exec tt-d Ms , 3. 4. 6, 7,
8. U. 10. 11- 12. 13. 14 and 15 of s-ild subuvlsion.
I atll sell all Ihi rlut. tide and lnur--t. ootb
legal an l equitable, of SaMh W. atd Fells M. Jones
In an t lo a.d property. A'l equity of redemption la
waived lo tbe deed by be grantor 1 he title Is be
lieved to be giod. but I will sell and mnvrv aa trus
tee only. nr Sale to commence at 12 m.
K. U. Hft4ttM. Truslee.
Flfppln ft Flippin, wttorner. 85 Msuun-' inq
'lrotc'8 Male.
WHEREAS, by a decree recently rendered by the
Cbanceiy C art ot Shelby unty. Twu., In
t ie ense of H. A. arker vs. E wlna Walbrecbt tt
aL. No. 8n37. B D, the undeislgiied aas substi
tuted to all tbe -Igh-s. powers and prlvll-aes of ooa
J P. Meux. nomlnnted a- trustee tu aeeniln trust
deed made by A. Walbrerbt and Bnsloa Wlbrecht
to said J. P. Meux. a- nld trustee, or dte stay 1 ,
1878, and rvourdHl Id fbs BeglwWe offlse "f hhelbv
coumy. In boo No. 125, og 150; now tbere'oes.
In obedlrnos tu the o dar f ibe bent&clary secured
la said trust deed. I will on
Taeda, JalT . lsHO,
between the hours of 12 m and 1 o'clock pa, at
the southwest comf-ror Main aud Monroe streets, ia
tbe Tx ng alstnrt of Shel y county, sell, for ensb,
to the b gh-st bder. a eetain tract er land si tu-t-d
to SHid 8uelby cuii y, Tennessee, belli tba
north half of lot- 6vi and 60 of tb- 8 muei Kerr
l-54-aere tract, about two mue south of Memphis,
bemg on tbe sour be t oornvr ol tbe Horn Lakeruad
aud Kerr avenuscontalulns- i frue lO'i lexsih-ui 5fO
Metes and knon as tner" WHBsToN MjHaKHK"
prop.ry. kqu tv oi rwlemtitkin, dower and bomo
stead waived. Title good, but I e nvev oov a tras-u-e,
w L CLaP". Tms-ea.
lKU"l Eb'S "I.K.
BT virtue of a tost deed executed byG H. ft. Lne-a-oaodM
8 M, Lueaou lo me for the porpOT'S
herein set fmtb, sIkosi 2Kih dai of Jnr.e. 1877,
and reaisiered In book T. p te 601. r02 and nOi,
In tbehvglstet'sotboeef Tipton county, Teuoeseee.
I will, na trustee, exp-ee to publio sie. In fn-nl of
Ihe eourtb mse. In tbe city of Memphis, knowaaa
tbe Mem phi raxing district, at 12 m., on
Tsy, etb day af Jaly, lHO,
the fol lowing described linos and premises, to-wit;
Being In etvll dlatrlct No 11 ot Ttptoo eounty. Teo
Dessee.oo Island No. 86 of tbe Mlsslai.p river,
and bounded tbus: Beginning at tb north e-ist enr
nerof m. Bargua' 2 O-ecre unrupant entry at a
willow on the bank of o d river; men- west 60
tftMHs to a stake on the bank of la main river-,
tbenoe up lb uun river ltb 'Is meanders to a eot
tonw.md on tbe bead of aald Island no. 86 marked
' H. and .:" tbeno down tbe eae'n eh -i on old
river with Ita various meanders or bearlrgs lo tho
beginning, eontaloli g oite hundred and btiy(lnO)
acres, more or less being tbe same land aoed uodeg
Oee-e In tbe Cnaneery Court at Covin. V n. 1 tb
eause of J O. beosford vs. 8. G and '. O M'Brloe,
rerKierea at tbe -pril term. l7n. By tne terms
tbe uu-t deed tbe right ot bomeieao nd redemp
tion Is waived. Teriua or sale ea'U. TuleboUsved
lo be perfect, but 1 sell onlv a trust -e. -
. TAI.R iT l Nts, T nates.
THIS PAPER
rAT BB FOTTVD O?!
KII.K AT UEO. .
HOHKLL as, COSJ
Ifewspayeer Adrertlkiiisr Hnreaa lid HPBrca
r rnrn !, vrf.rb ji.
iiE'tVVOniL
VKKTIHIKO tONTTtACrS
may be made for It In
CIIACKRY N 4I.E.
Bailey Spr ings
Cnaacerj Sale of Real EBUte. "
Ha 680, B. D. In tbe Cbancery Court of Shelby
eounty. Tennessee- tt. 6. Adnm et aL vs. Tba M.
and U B, B H. Co. at aL
BI virtue of a decree entered In tba annve entitled
eaosa on tbe 'It of N- vembnr, 1875 ami mod
ified by a decree entered beteiu on lua 28h ot May.
1880. 1 will, ou '
TseaSsy, Jss . tttHO,
at tb front entrance oa Main street, t- tbe Cotrrt
bmiae or gbelby eounty. In Memphis, tenneasee,
wttbln teanl hours, t.0cr for sale to the h ghat bid
dar. fur casb ibe fooowirg piotrty. Iy ng in tba
Taxing district ot Memphis, ooui.tr and -tats srora
sa1d,and known as lot No. ten (101, ot tb Navy
yard pmperty, ironting 66 feet and 7 Inebes oa
Front Bow and runnltu et, between puraUet llnea.
170 feet, mors or lass, to Promenade tn4 '
AHOJ WOODHUVp,
. ,. , Receiver and Com nil a loner.
W4IXtBard, ekollcltor.
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