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THE MEMPHIS DA.li; v 'A , PPJE,ll,-"WJKr)lSrESDY. JUNE 523, 1SSO.
RAILWAY KKCOBD. Arrival m Departare of Trnlnn. Trains on the Padocab and Memphis road mora Mi follows: MaU leaves dally at 4:00 p.m.; accom modation leaves dallr at rl:30 am. Wall arrive dally at 9:30 a.m.; accommodation arrives dally at 5:45 p.m. Trains on the Memphis and Little Rock road mow as follows: Mall leaves dally at 4:80 p.m.; freight Have dally, except, Sunday at fliiiO a.m. MaU ar rivae daily at 1 l On p.m.; freight arrive dally. ex t -pt Sunday, at r) : 1 5 p m. . Trains on the Memphis and Charleston road mora follows: Mall leaves dallr at 11:15 p.m.; Somer vlll accommodation leaves dallr. except bunds, at 4 :40 p m. Mall arrive dallr at 1 :0O p m.i Bomer--iiie acoommodatloa arrive daily, except Sunday, HM) a.m. ,, I rains on the Mississippi and Tennessee road mr-v at follows: Mil leaves dallr 'i-?; Sardls accommodation leaves dally, Moei?. at 4:80 p m.: freight leaves dallr. except suf." :45e.m. Mall artlTos dully at ft:40 Jft,- ftfS'S accommodation arrives ,t-xaeSl!.t kIr .m.; Iret.lil arrives daily, exoept Sunday, at 6:45 P Trains on the Louisville mhI NuW; road mora as follows: Express leaves dlly at lsWp n.; mall leaves d :fl.'r at W a.m. ; Brownsville accommoda tion leaver dally. exopt Sunday, at 4i40p.rn. Kx Dres arrives dully at n:10 a.m.: mall arrives daily at 4 -'O p m.; Brownsville acoominodailoa arrUts dally', except Sunday, at 8:45 a.m. Saturday tbe ex trs runs only 10 M'Kenzle, connecting forNaah- 'l-5Wri- ore mjwtUA to notify this office lTomitiy a clauye of tan Peraeaal sad Weaeral. There ia a dearth of local railroad newt at present. Tbo Chattanxpa Timet says the emp'oyra ot tne Ndshv.Uf, Ouattanooa aad St. Low roatf were paid in told Tuts Jay. B.lly Trimble, a former conductor on tha Inn Mountain, is filling a similar position on tbe ilooaton aud Texas Central railroad. Tbe Evaisvule papers speak confident! of tha kmj completion of the prijxted road froaLthat city to Uaion City, Tennessee. A prominent officer of tbe 8.'. Louis and Stn Francisco railway ompany says their line will be rapidly extended from Pierce City in the direction of Eureka Spring, Arkaosar, the present season. Governor Forler has pot yet atsnmed the P'e3idency of the Naihri.le, ChattaaooKa and Kt Louia railroad, and it seems now to be the general impressed that President J. VV. Tbomis will bo permanently retained as president. ' '-' A pseojjer on a fast train who did not "kttp bis check in subt," was asked by the (oiductor to show his ticket. lie answered: 'Do yon jnt to see my ticket vonce again? Dj you tink I just jamo on dis train when it fto yust like de cycloneV" Calonel Thomas A. Scott, following the ad Tice of his physicians, has given himself np wholly to rest since bis retirement. He visits las rooms in the Pennsylvania railroad build i ig almcs1- daily, where he receives bis f i -ails. He rapresenta that his health is . Apirtiy itrjpioTing, and that be already feels ibe benefit of tbe rest he has taken. Tbe narrowieg of tbe gauge of the west ern division ot tbe New York, Like Erieacd Western railroads from Horoellsville o Sala manca aad Dunkirk, wis completed yester day morning. Toe K-ie road now has a ataodard gauge from Nuw York t J Niagara K4lis, itjlijlo, SaUmmctuDd Ddokirk. The Atlantic and Great Western also changed (ram the broad t- tbe standard gauge jester alay. A dispatch from Dayton, Ojio, ssjrs that yfBWrday morrjitg tbe gauge on the New York, Pennsylvania anit Obio railroad was 0 lanced from broad to standard gauge. t'wenty-five hundred men were placed along t a line from Diyton to L-wisburg, a dis tance of two hundred and twenty-five milep, and wcrk b?gan at thrte o'clock in the morn ing and the Its', r-p'.ka was driven at half-past nine o'clock in the morning, tbe shortest pieoa of work of tbis kind on record.' , ; To consolidation of the Toledo, Ddlphos and Burlington railroad company,' and tbe Day tun, Covington and Toledo railroad com taiy took effect on Monday. Tbe new cor poration preserves the name o' Toledo, D '1 pocs and Burlington railroad company. Tbe atockholdera of the new corporation met and elected a fall board of directors, who after ward organized by electing General John M. Corse president, James J vine vice-president and general manager, and L"mU Curtis, jr., secretary and treasurer. Construction is be ing rigorously pushed, ad tbe road will be in readiness for tbe fall trade. . A question of rank seems to be disturbing one of the great railway companies. The assistant general manager so it is said sent a mes.tge to tbe tuoerintendent of ma chinery to come to his effioa as he wanted to soe him, whereupon the latter sent this re ply: "It is the luma d stance from your office to mine as mine to yours. If yoa want to see tne come to my office." Wbile this state ment as to distance was undoubtedly correct, it did not facilitate intercourse bfetweea the two tiKciaU, and it is not recorded whether tney have succeeded in having an interview yet. Tne only way consistent with the hoc or of each, that we can see, would be for both to agree upon a half way meeting place. - Work is prouressiog favorably on tbe Hud son river tunnel. A shaft has been sank at Fifteenth street, in Jersey City, to the depth of sixty feet. The entrance to the tunnel on tbe New Jersey side will be at a point about three-quarters of a mile from the river. The terminus in N3W York baa cot been settled, but the tunnel will enter tbe city at tbe foot of Leroy street. Aa underground depot will be used, and nowhere will tbe track beiess Jhan fifteen tent below the surface. Tbe ap proaches on either side will be twenty-six feet a width ami twenty-four feet in bight, with a double track; but under the river tbere will be two tunnels, side by side, each eighteen feet ia bight, and sixteen feet in width, and fneh eon'ainiro' iel track riiiMCATioxs. fonlatnint Chiinn nsj A t. onirsf Wrsmar. i bon4, KlIifj mi wife, KvmUbWww ml Vlrftss. .fc a iiy, I nprMRta, atanltv, Aslvtr to Mnam- UjT't K l.Bf tli4 w ni.n, t' i'.r awa last -nsa, ww. h U " Piivmt AlmUcstl AdVaCavr " JvMaa 1. u .4,. lsi. aaat aaaa N Mt aU ws M Dv. Itaea. lawMw- aJ . s-wa llw II rFTTTI 1 1 ass 0 A m viittrvlf Nrvaaa frwtiwwl sMw ftrwbrJv fwr I'm rarely and fajrvuial sfHAalnsal )?ritHjtsoaa tvnd Impotncy b snif Mass) araay, w.. Irw4 Aa)r a wT lM assn f ai i" -SMtawfkra wrh tMrw.rvy avirU) r Ufa. Tm saasrla ? ' 1 ia asf a irsiiaaiawsa W1 ttas twa aa twrj swsw f rmmm, aa la u - - - atwHia taJa prpa.run. ltr4esl .tWT- aUviy wraita thaa mU pv HARRIS RIMIDY CO. UVi CMEMI9TI, rlarisot anil t Wfrvfty rj.OlKM(, jULL-DAIC nUt 4i"-w initvnMm. 7A ohjeru to fVtaaA0a wtsimr' f'MT nsrlrrM. .rr.tr (txSrNlay r- ItOOFIXG. L--''lu f .feJ3rjK5!li: lEOlT'-HOOriNG Iittildlngt of all Claatt.- Tor cireutars and rr!c address W. G. HYNDMAN Sc CO, CITVCITVTVA.TX. O. JOOir MlNOGUGrn'lAtcnt riSIVATK COUSHK1 OR. & c a,a 37 Ccsrl Flues, LOUISVILLE, KY.5 . 4 Uciw skyikiu sad tb rr- all forms CKRONW w.nd 5 a r s sEJstXL' 'bis: ,f. 4 irvM il toBorrnsi . f .. . .uV.iw sr , lljn. ,w vtwulmluil -jr". 4 irmllur ttoiuMli Kiov IVnWte-W W i.Mt t- .J r lrlm'nt, idlIM4 pm 9m MM pnxU0 J Cures Uoavrvatad im sUl CaMSJ .?,SiK5tSi.w ar r. ix rtwK K .-.n.u. as iwr Mrtu'lf a alliUsinl. PRIVATE COUNSELOR IT 1)11X1 TAUK Much Mor.ey to Start This Way. BT leUI" m Irevw mera there Is a (TVwl location for a rro.N-r.lS aMU OtiBN MILu. 1 n ax rna 00 with a new ecwlrte eaoable ef run nine two rIO-Saw Ulna, and work on sham or lak par lor Ui V- V fVw. BsutefkaMtva, r. ai ac -a. rf Z-s. M.. (A.- awUK . tW wa.aN I ' LiWuiR-torrliiw avad Xmpotoaey, erucln In inaialimac! artu awryiaina runs factory. Addni L ix ukOHua, OBfflnaten, Tsaaaasi FINANCE AND COMMERCE. FIN AJiCE. : There was more sunshine than business in Madison street yesterday, and w e the situation was to be heldtotaeJ?f. market there was a sale of 2000 Memphis City insurance stock at 75c, the full book value, and more is inquired for. Exchange at our banks quoted at par on Now York and other prominent eastern poiotr, with three days' grace, & discount; sell ing at Jaf premium. On New Orleans, M discount; selling at par. Money is loaned oa short date at 6 to 8 per cent. Shelby county scrip ia quoted at 90 buying, 96 sell ing. Shelby county bonds selling at 93. Last ill. of State bank stock at 95; of Mis siswnDi and Tennessee Brut mortgage bonds at 126; do. second -mortgage, 108 bid; ot BloffCaty loeuraooe at 77; Charleston railroad stock nominally 30; Memphis C.ty insurance stock, 75; Bank of Commerce axek wanted at 95. MKMPHIS BANK CLKAKItG3 VCearmtj. Bata.net. June 22 $ 82.8K3 24 S 20.935 55 Thus far this wee-.. 17o74'4rt 48.01 7:1 Srae time last week, 15H.824 M Same Uuis week before B J7.2rt4 2U lo7,80t 4d , BY TELEGRAPH. . ; PARIS, June 22.-R?ntcs, 86t. 5s. ' " LONDON, Jane 22. Console money, 989 16: account, 98; new 5s, 105; 4t, U2M; 4, 1104'; Illinois Central. 106f; Penusylvania Coutral, h2; Erie, 40; Erie, econds, 89; Reading, 9Jj ' NEW YORK, Joiie 22. Money market easy at 23 per cent. ' Prime mercantile pa pery 3X4) per cent.- Sterline; exchange bankers' btlis steady, 4S5M; demand, 488. Government bonds quiet nut firm; United gtateeconpons of 1881, 106: new ht, 103ifi new4K. 1095; new 4. lw; Pacific 6s cf 1895, 123 btate bonds dull: Louisiana 1 consols, 46M Missouri, 110; tit. Joseph, 107ji j Tennessee 6v old. 36; Tennessee 6i, new, 25; Virginia 6s. old, 20; Vir ginia 6it. - aew, .20 ' Virginia oonaols, 85; Virginia consols preferred, 106M Railroad bonds strong and generally hightr. The stock market opened firm and was strong in the early dealings, prices advancing from to 2 per cent, in the general list. Like trie and Wt stern Manhattan ettv.ted, the coal shares. Pacific Mail and Michigan Cen tral leading the improvement. After mid day salt -to realize profit caused a reaction, which was assisted by a rumor that President Hayes was killed In a railroad accident, and tbe entire list declined from to 2 per cent., the latter St. Paul and Minnesota. In the final dealings a firmer tone prevailed and a partial - recovery ensued. ; Louisville and Nashville rose trora 120 to 125, and closed at 124. Transactions aggregated 288,000 shares, of which 10.000 were Chicago. Columbus ard lidiana C'ntral, 21,000 Lickawanna. 62 000 E'i, tiJOO St. Joseph, 70OO Iron Mountain, 8000 Kansas and Texas, 24.000 Lake Shore, 12,000 Lake Erie and Western, 30UO Vlichiuan Central. 6000 Northwestern. 16.000 New Jersey Central. 3000 Notthera Pacific. 3000 Olio and - Mississippi, HJW Untario and VVestMn, 11.000 Pamfio Mail, 1900 St. Pul. 1500 Si. Paul and Minneapolis 1000 St. Pul and Sioux City. 9500 Wabash Pacific, 5400 Western Union,' 2400 - Rock' Island, 2000 Nashville and Chattanooga, 1600 Louisville and Nashville and 2000 Union Pacific. The following- were the closing quotations: Central P.icitio bonds, IHXi Union Pacific firsts, 114H; Union Pacttio land grants, 113; Union Pacific sinking funds, 117); Lehigh and Wilkesbarre, 100; St. Paul ai.d Sioux City firsts, lf; i Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central brats, no sates; Ciuestfo Columbus and - Indiana " Central j seoonda, no sales; Erie seconds, 87; Rock Island, 107?,;; Pacema, 180; Fort Wayne, 120; PitUDBrtr.f 116i; Illinois, Central, 104; Chicago, Burlington and Qaincy, 121; Cm cago aad Alton, 110; Chicago and Al ton preferred, 125; New Yoik Central, 12S Harlem, 170; Lake Shore. 6; Canada Southern. 55; Michigan Ou tral, 90?s;rie, 38s; Erie preferred, 63; Nortbwcniern, 93; Northwestern prt ferred,8'i'; St. Paul, 78; St. Paul preferred. 104; bu Paul aud Minneapolis, 54; St. Paul and bioux City, 40; Su Paul and ' Sioux City preferred, 74; ' Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 78 ; Morris and Esstx. 105; Delaware and Hudson, 72; New Jersey Central, 62if; Rsading, 18;Onio and Mississippi, 82; Ohio and MiesiestDoi E referred, 70; Ctfcuapeake and Ohio, 19f; obtle and Ohio, 17; Cleveland and Colum bus, 71if: Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central, 16; Ohio Central, 204; Lake Erie and Western, 29,T; Ontario aoa Western, 28 ; ' Bnrlirigtori, Cedar Rapids and Noichern, 61; Alton and Terra Haute, 19 of fered; Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 53; Wabash, St. Louie and Pacific, 36; Wa bash, St. Louis aad Pacific preferred, 65?b; Hannibal and St. Joseph, 337; Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, T3J4; Iron Moua- JUS'. tit rr-.ia vtni Man Vranftann 334; S.. Louis and San jfrancisoo pre- lerreu, eoi : ot. juouis ana saa rancisco, nrsi preferred. 70: Cmcago. St. Lonis and New Orients, 32; Kansas aad Tex is, 35; Union faauo, tmyii Central I'acioo bonus, iih; Northern facific, 27; Northern Pact bo preferrd,48 ; Louisville and Nashville, 124; Nashville aud, Chatfanooga, 59; Louisville and New Albany, 90 Houston and Texas, 65; Western Union Telegraph, 4Hi Ailantio ana racinc leiegrapn, uj; Pacific Mail.38K: Adams Lxpress.114; Wens and Fargo's Erprees, 108; American Ex press, 348; United buiea tx press, 48; Quicksilver, lOOoffWed; Quicksilver preferred, 55; Cariboo, 2X; Leadvule, ; Central An son a, 5K; Home Stake, 33; Stand ard. 25; ICxoeUior. 17t . Ltttla Pittsburg, 6; Ontario. 35X. Tbe telegrams yesterday were again of tha gloomy order. There was no decline in spot quotations, but tbe prevailing - tone ot me mattei was aunness. ia our, own - maraet tbere was quietude but no change; if good middling to middling fair could b got they would bring Ho over quotations, which again remained unchanged. Sales were all to spin ners. The Liverpool correspondent ot the New Tork Bullttin writes: "Tbere appear to be a growing opinion that more business hss been doing in Manchester than appears on tbe surtaae, and that the spinner stocks are so very low that we must shortly experience an improvedjdemaad from them. This haa kept prices firm, especially for good cotton. Hold era of tbis class, after a temporary weakness on Monday last, nave daily grown more txaohng. The tenders of June de liveries have alio beea so much lighter than expected that some relief to the posi tion has been attoroea inerepy; wnuetne nn ptepedentedly large clearances of goods from Mtrechetrr to Calcutta during the past week 34,781,827 yard of cotton goods and 314, 280 pounds of yarn is expected to amelior ate the condition, of manufacturers. .Al though the presence of aa excess of over balf a million bales in tbe visible supply may tor a little time to come be much more powerful an influence than the belief that spinners' stocks' are at starvation point, we are yet in clined to believe that a gradual improve moat is due and wilt assert itself daring tbe next week or two.'V - - v J - Tmtrrdav. Day brfn. Low erdtnaiT. tiiltb t-14 78 W 3 hV r 81 (9 HI fl Kl. Ordinary uoou oraioary..... Low miodung..... Middling HorxlanlildUng lldUllng fair 81048 tTlOig a 1114 wnvt gllH taio-A t-eioV. Clean avalns.... . Market SDinnera. - quiet. Soles, 350 bales, all to COTTON 8TATKMKNT. Stock, September 1, IS'iV Keoelsed to-day 110 Uacelvtd previously 404.632 886 404,792 Shipped to-duy. ......... bhlDped prevloualf...... 405.178 ....S8t.:irt8 Stock, mnntsg aooocnt 23,172 IMPOSTS. Thna far this week 207 Thii. fi'.r lut swk 211 Since September 1st 404,7HJi Memphis and CbarleatooB. B. 14 aHaalsalnol aDd Tannesaee railroad 1 Loulsvtl le, NaahTUla and UU Southern H. B. 27 Simmers -. 03 Waaona and other souroas 6 TotaL. 110 XXPOBTS. Thus far this woetr. Thus 'ar last wek... 61noe September 1st. Mississippi and Tennessee B. B 33 Louisville, Kaahvlile and tit. Suulhern B. B. 28o Total 638 IBT TELEGRA Pa.s Tbe following are the latest telegrams of the domestic marcots, as reported yesterday to the cotton exenaneer - Lata StaU of Frit lelegnant. Mar tat. rpts. Middling. Ualveston Ouleu Aa im NrwOrleaos Quiet. 1,200 114 Mobil Quiet. 1 HI4 Savannah Quiet. 48 1U Charlwtton Quiet, 57 ' . Wilmli(t4a. IulL ... 11 Norfolk Qalet. . 175 - II 7 lrt BalUmere Quiet. 11 15 10 New York Iuil. Bfla 12 Boston J Quiet. .. V16 ' l's 1'hlladelphla Quiet. Bi. Lotus Quiet. IH4 The following are the Jxew York apot quo tationt for yeiterday: Ordinary, 8.Tg(5i good ordinary, 10 5 16c; low middling. 117 16c; middling, 12; good middling, 12c; mid dling fair, lS.U'c At 12:10. dull; 2:10. dull; 3:10. dull. Sales, 474 bales. Stock, 139,918. Tha ton of the future market was as fol lows; At 10:20, quist; 10:45, dull; 11:30, dull; 12:35, dull; dull; Z.ou, uuu out steady; 3:10 quiet ' " The fallowing shows the closing Quotations of fotores in the New York market yesterday; Months. YtnUrday. Pay 6Ar. Jun . 11 MrTll 5 July ll.A4t1105 11 4Tll.Ktf 11 Ortr? aucust September.... Oatober NowmbW. ... December. ... January 11.70,7 11 71 II 12irll 18 III . J A a H.7oi 1 .7011.71 11 12.. sw. i-i'i 1 vi 1 -9 10 IMifTIO HO 10.fttfiMU.rlO lQrlMirlO.ttH 10.7r10 7:i lo.ritriu oh 10 Mil 10 Ml 10 OtWf 10 08 Tha Hew Of leans market closed quiet and 1 steady at ll?ic for middling.' Sales, 1150 bales; receipt, 1200 bales; stock, 89,315 bale. ' . . Th Liverpool telegrams yesterday report ed cotton easier; middling uplands, 613 161; OrUana, 6 15 16d. . Sales, .8000 bales, of which bales were American. Receipts, 19 800 bales. 19.800 bales of which were Amfrican. . .. .. Tbe market in Liverpool for futures opened steady: June, 6 11 161; Jaao-July, 6 21 32, 6 11-16J; July August, Augcst September, 6 21 321; Novfcmtxr December, 6 7 32i. At 1:30; Sephmber October, 6Ji 1; Ojroljer-November, 6 5 161. At 3:10; June, 6 23 32: Jaly-AnU' t, 6 11 16d; Macchtster yarns and fabrics eaier. At 4:30; August-September 6 11 16 6 2.-321. At tbR close futures were flat; July-August, 6 21 32i. Tbo movements at the pcrte were reported as follows:- i ' - " ,;" ' 4. Thi Week. Lout IT. Thi Wee Last Tear. Bacelpts for B days! ll.aKBI 0,8771 2 510 xp s to u Britain zo.H4" n.ni Kxp's to CoiiUn'l 8.-221 14.W2 . 2tt Slockon hand.... 308,6Kli 335,7301 200.728 Toral rect-ipU at all United St? ports, 4,823 998; sam date 1878. 4.4C6.764; same dutc 1.H77, 4 198,219. locrease ot receipts at United Sta'es porta this vear, 417 234. Total stock at all ports,; 803,68 against 206.728 same time tbe year before; in 1877, 191,152. - UEJIBKAli THA.DE. f Business esterdiy was dull; the quietude of tbe potato chipping tbis Benson deprives us of tbe uuul stir it cauat a. Tho price of po tatoes wes down agaiu yesterday, but decline as tbey may those who know mott about the potato trade are least disposed to go into tbe sbippicg- business this season, and it is said tout these growers who have shipped on their own account do not boast of their success. Ia apples but little is doing at present. Corn was quiet and drooping.- In other articles of feed but little was moving. Cnickena were abundant; egga unchanged.. We again' ad vance quotations of bacon. Corn meal was droopy with a largo receipt in sight; sales were at lower rates with a light inquiry. Quotations below are for round lota at the landing and the railroad depots, and in elude neither drayage, ttoraye, nor other extense outtid of ih bare freight and charge up to the time cf arrival. Jobbing and store salts art at higher rates, they include drayage, storage and profit of the dealer. k'KXD. Com wis dull; sales of 100 sacks of mind at 49:; 150 sacks of white at 49e; in store, 5253s. Oats last sale at 42c; in storn, 4546j. . Bran nominal; in store, 75 80jpercwL Hay dull; sile of 80 bales strictly choice timothy at $17; in store, 90c fl 15. v - - , ; - - : - . - Fioub and Mkal. Flour superfine, $4 4 25; extra, f 4 604 75; double extra, 4 75 (4 85; treble extra. $5 255 50; family, $5 75; fancy. $6(36 25. Cornmeal sales at $2 li and $2 202 25; jobbing irom store at $2 3o2 40 Vegetables. Arte potatoes, in store, $1 75 2; to wagons for shipment lower, 75s$l; barrel measure. Onions in store, choice, new, $3 754a barrel. FBUfTS and Bkrbies. Oranges Messina,- $6; imprint, $7. --jLemoas, $45. Green tipples, $11 50 per barrel measure, to wagons, and 60j a bushel for plums; ap pies gelling at 25 j a bcx, plums at 35o. Egos and Butter. Eggs 10c; small country packages, 10llo. 2fntt' com mon, 10j; med.um, 1215j; choien, 17183. " Poultby. Chickens, $33 75; spring chickens, $ 25 3, according to a a-; small very low. Hog Prodtjcb. Sugar-cured hams, packed, 10llo Mess pork, $13 Bacon clear side, packed, 88Jj; clear rib, 7.80 7.85c; shoulders, b). Lardtieice, 72c; pails, 8jc; kegs, 8j. Groceries CoJfr,12K143for ordinary; 1516j tor fair, 16l7o for good fair, 183l8J$o for choice, Tea imperial, 55 90j. Hioe Louisiana, 7c; Carolina, 1 8:. Salt per dray-load, t:om atcra. $1 60 per barrel; coarxe, per sack, $1 Sol 40; fine, $1 651 75; Sugars-Louisiana, open ket Ue, 99J.ftf; yellow clarified, lO10J.fe; whits clarified, 1010o, cut loat, Uc; granulated, 11J11J3; powdered, llj llj-s. iolnssfs Louisiana sngarhou3e re boiied chcioa, 5455s; pume, 464So; fair, 4245c; syrups 45553. Hides, Leather, Etc. Oik sole, 88 40c; hemlock, 2730o per lb; harness, 36 39o; skirting, 38(3 40c; French calf, $4060 per dozen; domestio calf, $3045 per dt:n. Hides dry ami. No. 1, 183; No. 2, 15c; dry salt, 143; green, 67c: green salt 9 J. Sheep skins, 50ctl 50. Tallow, 55Jo. e arax, 20 J. , - - -. . Uesaphla lialiy Cattle Bar ket. Frey & Schilling, of the Southern stock yard. North Second street, report that the receipts of cattle have been quite liberal, but the present supply is light, end rates, which are for grass ted,', are firmer. Sheep and lambs are in insufficient supply, prices better and firm. Hogs are without movement. Cows and calves are ia light supply, with some inquiry for good qual ties. Cattiju. Grafs-fed choice, $4; good, $3 503 75; medium, $33 25; - common, $2 252 75. Thin, light, inferior and scala wag cattle, $1 502. Cows and calves, ao cording to quality, p-r head, $1230. Sheep and Lambs. Sheep choice, per cwt. gross, $4 25(34 50; medium, per cwt. gross, $3 754; common, per cwt. gross, $2 753 50. au6s choice, per head. $3 25 3 50; medium, per head. $2 252 75; common, per head, $1 351 75. Poor and thin sheep, all . descriptions, per bead, $1(3 125. BY TELEGRAPH. I , " NEW YORK. June 22. Flour duUr snper- fiae western and State. $3 253 75. Wheat heavy and lower; ungraded spring, $1 09. Cnft'ee active and firm; Rio, cargoes, quoted 12f16Kc; jib lots, 12J16ie. Sugar qu el but firm; fair to good rtfining, 1 Molasses unchanged. Rice steady wan n fair demand, fork weak; new mess, $12 6012 70 Lard heavy with a fair busi ness, 7 40(47.45c. - Whisky ncminal, $1 12 1 13. CINCINNATI, June 22. Flour quiet; fancy, $5 405 90. Wheat dull and nomi nal; No. 2 red winter, $1 081 10. Corn No. 2 mixed, 39j. Oits quiet; No. 2 mixed. 33a. Rye quiet, 87o. Barley none offering. Pork nominal, $1175(312. Lvi dull and nominal; 6 90s asked. Bulk meats quiet; 7a abked, 6 90o bid. Baojn, 5M, 7J87.90-. WhiBky. $1 07. Butter creamory, liiii choice western reserve. 16c; choice central Ohio, I2z; interior, 6 (2 80. LOUISVILLE. June 22. Flour in fair demitnd ; extra, $3 253 75; extra family, $3 75(g4 '2i; A Ho. I, $4 7o0 Yi. Uorn active but lower; No. 2 white, 42c; No. 2 mixed, 40c Oats dull and lower; No. 2 white, 35c; No. 2 mixed, 31c. Rye steady; Na. 1, 883. Hay quiet, ;1216. Pork ex cited and higher, $12 50. Lard dull; prime steam, 7o. Bulk meats higher, 4)4. 7.10 7.O0--.. cacoa strong and big ner, a. iu. t.id (38.203. Sugar-cared bams, 9f10Hc Whisky firm, $1 07. ' ST. LOUIS, June " 22. Floor family, $4 505; choice to fancy, $55 60. Wheat lower and unsettled; No. 2 red, $1 021 03 93Js casb, 98K93Jo Jane, 86Jf86,5 (86j Julv, 84fe8lo August; No. 3 rea, 90c; Nr. 4 red, i3i. Cjrn easier; 34(3 34c cash, 3434(3 June, 3334c July. 3433J834J3 August. Oata firm; Sg.'c cash, 890 June. Rye lower; offered at 76o. Whisky lower, $1 08. Pork higher; j?bbing at $12 20. Drv salt meats stronger, 4.30. 6 80(6 85, 77.05j. Biccn higher, 5.15 4 2l). 7.60(37.65. 7 807.8o3. Lard higher; 6 803 bid. NEW ORLEANS, June 22 Floor su perfine, $3o3 25; double extra, $44 25; treble extra, $4 504 75; high grades. $5 5 87. Corn ess r. 6051c Oats, 37Wa. n .i ) 1 ?oo; u.. ieaf7. choice, $l'j(20. ; Pork strong and higher; held at $12 50. Lard berce, 7Jfc; keg, 7c Bulk meats shoulders, loose, 4Jfc; packed. 4Ja5j. Bacon fitmer; shoulder. 5J45?c; clear rib, 7Jb8j; clear, 8M 8. .iugar-cured bams null; canvased, 10 llc. WhiPiry western rectihed, $1 0o 1 10. Coffee Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 13($153c. Sugar common to good 00m mon, 67sc; fair to fully fair, 7J4'83; prime to choice, 8J8fgC; yellow clarified. Bii. li ce Louisiana, ordinary to choice, CHICAGO. June 22. Flour dull and drooping. Wheat in fair demand but at lower rates; No. 2 spring Chicago. 9090Jfc cash, 9U?gC Jane, 831 bid July, 81c bid Au gust; No. 3 spring Chicago, 83c. Corn in active and lower: No. 2, 340 cash and June, 3o(3ot4o July. J5sO bid August; rejected. 33o. Oats in fair demand, but at lower rates; No. 2. 26jsfo cash, 26Ji26Jo June, 25 i'TZif-Aa juiy, aa,ao august; reieciea nomi nal. Rve quiet: No. 2 fall; 753 cash. 59tfc July. Barley dull; No. 2 spring, 73o. Poik demand active and prices advanced ; irregular, $11 80 cash and June, $11 8011 82K July, $11 9011 923 August. Lard moderately active and higher; 6 Wo cash, June and July, 6.92J(a 6 953 August. Bulk meats shoul ders, 4 65c; short rib, 7 021'c; short clear, 7.20c. - DBI UOUDS. IBY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, June 22. There is an ir regular demand for cot'oa goods and price are unsettled, but brown sheetings, corset jeans, cheviots, etc., are ia fair demand. Dress ginghams, lawns and- wide pointed cottons are doing fairly, but prints remain quiet. MenVwear woolens are in light demand and tUnnels and blankets are quiet. Foreign gnftris continue ami. LABORERS WANTED. 400 COLORED LABOR! R3 w-n'ed to take (id suaar onto this ft IL aonats wno oum man 1 this kludot labor oan oummvuikau wltlt a. r. lUiiu, Seeretary Ptanters issodatton, Musson, La. RKPOKT.' - -j :' ' Bl vera staid Weather. ' The following official table gives particu- ars concerning the condition or rivera and weatheratallimportantpoints: , Ornca signal Hxbtics U. S.A I Maitpua, June 22, 1880. I Above low water. - Changes. Rise 1 Fall leches Inches Cairo Cincinnati..... Davenport, Dubuque Helena. ........ . Keokuk.... .... Leaveuwon n, . . .. LIUle Bock Louisville. -UlrnDllls,. Nashville 1 New Orleans.... Pittsburg JSbreveport 8t Loats Vlcksburg 80 8 r) li' 10 '2'. e 12 t Below high water of 1874. Lowwater.benali mark of 1879.'' v meTtorological report. Time. Bar. Therl Wind, f Weather. TiOO a-m. 2:00 p.m. 9 KM) p.m. 2fl.7 211 ta 29 HI 74 fit 80 N B. ' E. 8E Haz. Fair. Clear. Maximum Iharmometer, 93 deg. . Minimum thermometer, rill dee. -, BY TKLKQHAPH. WA DkPT.fllOHAI, Sebvicb. U. 8. Army, i prn. f TTJisoaT, June aa, IXKU, 1V) Feet, inches 22 . a " 2 1 10 2-J 5 1 21 i: 8 14 r 6 ; "jo" IS .si a 3 4 a 2 IB 7 l.t 4 24. Place of. b Ithf Wlad- Weath- Observatlon. 1 Btr- Tnr" Dir. I Force. I er Chattanooga 29 96 ?? .... .. Ca in. Clear. aleton.J2.88 .80 9.K. Km., Katr. Indianola... 298 M as. Fresh. Clear. Louisville. 2U.95 7H 8 Hemle. Clar. Memphis.. 29 92 7 8 8 'Light.-- Clear. Nashville ... 29 95 7(1 8.K. tifliitle. Kalr. New Orleans 29.13 t0 ' 8. : Fresh. Fair. 8hreveport . . 29 90 J 79 .... fat m . Clear. Vleksoorg... a9U 79 S Gentle. Clear. Little Rock 29 91 77 1 .. Calin. Clear. WHKELWa, W.Va., June 22 K.ver 6 teet 6 inches and falling, v '. Vickbbtjbo,' June 22. Weather cloudy; thermometer 77 deg. ' Kiver fallen 5 inches. Heavy shower this- evening. Up: City of Vickaburg, 11 a n-- - - .f - .. - - PirwiDHO." June. 22. Noon River 3 feet 7 inches- nd falling.- -"Weather clear and warm. JV 'tght Aiver 3 feet b inci e end tail ing. Weather -clear and very warm. Cincinnati, June 22. Noon. River 22 feed 8 inches and falling. WeAtber clear and warm. Arrived: Virgte Lee, Mempbif. Night Weather clear and warm. R'.ver 22 feet, and falling. , ... H , ...... .... .,, St. Louis, June 22. Noon". River rising steady..! Weather cloudy and warm. Night River risen 8 inches, with 19 feet 5 inches by tbe gauge weatherwear aad very warm. Departed: City of Helena, Vicksburg. New Orleans. June 22 Weather cloudy and raining; thermometer 79 deg. Deoartfd: Paris C Btown, Cincinnati; J. M. B. Kehlor, St. Louis. : No arrivals. The steamer Annie P. Silver is receiving to leave to-morrow. Eyaxtsville. June 22. Noon. Riv r risng with 14 6 10 feet by tbe gauge. Weather clear and hot. Wight weather clear end hot; thermometer 88 deg. River 16 1 10 teet, and rising. Business fair, up: Conq Millar, 5 p.m. ...'-..,;. . " t . LoDisvTLLB.June22 Noon -River station ing with 10 feet 2 inches in the canal and 8 feet 2 inches in the chute 00 the tails. Weather hot and clear. Night River falling, with 10 feet l inch in the canal and 8 feet 1 inch in the chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather clear and hot. . . Cairo. June 22 Noon. Weather clear and warm. Arrived: Piassa, Memohis, 9 p.m.; Gold Dust. Vicksburg, 10 p.m ; Cnarles Morgan, New Cleans. 5. a.m. Departed: Piasso. Ohio river. 9 p.m.: Gold Dust, St. Louis, 11 p.m.; Charles Mjrgan, Cincinnati, 6 a.m.; Port Kads, New Orleans, 8 a.m. Night Weather clear; thermometer 81 deg, River 22 feet 6 inches, and rising. Arrived: Vint Sbinkle, Cincinnati, 3 p.m. Departed: VV. f . fjilliday, JMaw Orleans, 7 p.m.; Vint Sbinkle, Memphis, 7 p.m. Hovemeuta on tne Levee. arrivals. Grand Tower. St. Louis: James D. Par ker and Will Kyle, Cincinnati; Hard Cash, White river; Ojceola Belle, Uaseola. DEPARTURES. Will Kvle. New Orleans: Grand Tower. Vicksburg; City of Greenville, St. Louis; Bitesville, St. Francis river. IH PORT. James D. Parker, Hard Cash, Maumelle, Oioeola Belle. BOATS sus. DownVf. P. Hailiday. Up James Lee, New Mary Houston, City of aJton. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Friars Point James Lee, Stack Lee master, 5 p.m. Osceola Oiceola Belle, Henry Cooper master, 5 p.m. St. Lows City of Alton. H. C. Bixby' master, 5 p.m. White Ritkr Hard Cash, Ed C. Postal master, 5 p.m. Arkansas River Maumelle, J. J. Dar ragh master, 5 p.m. CiNCiKNATi New Mary Houston, Charles Miller master, 5 p.m. Cincinnati J imes D. Parker. Charles B. Russell master, 5 p.m. New Orleans -W. P. Halliday, E. W. Gould master, 10 a.m. , RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. . Ojceola Bille 54 sacks cotton-seed, 6 pkgs sundries. Will Kile 30 tons water pipe, 1 buggy, lot mdee. Hard Cash 50 bales cotton. 1026 sacks cotton-seed, 28 pkgs butter, 65 pkgs sun- 1 dries. Grand Tower 50 brls fnur. 40 brls meal. 30 casks bacon, 285 pkgs lard, 5 tierces hams, 30 pkgs sundries. James JJ. rarker 30 brls whisky. 270 brls cement, 7 brls paint, 25 brls starch, 15 balf- brls fish, 611 brls meal, 250 bris tl iur, 50 pkgs furniture, 6 casks battles, 150 bozos bottles, 20 burial cases, 25 kegs wheat, 4-5 kits fish, 10 bars iron, 20 tubs butter, 20 Dkga Drinting-oaper. 3000 fire-brick, 500 empty pails, 613 sacks corn. Loral rert No tea. Business quiet. . Warm weather. Receiots bv river yesterday: 50 bales cot ton, 1080 sacks cotton-seed. The Josie Harry. Captain Milt Harry, is the packet to-morrow evening for Arkansas City. The City ot Greenville deputed on time yesterday morning for St. Louis with a fair passenger list. - The will fi.yie irom uincinnati, bound lor New Orleans, passed down at daylight yes- terday norning loaded nat. lhe Urand lower passed down yesterday morning for Vicksburg with a good trip. She added twenty tous here. The Osceola Uallo. U iptain Henry uooper. is the packet this evening at five o'clock tor U.ceola and the upper bands. John Haley ia her clerk. The New Mary Houston, Captain Charles Miller, will oasa up thia evening at Sve o'clock for Cincinnati. Elliott Miller pre sides in her cnice. Tbe C.ty of Alton, Captain H. C. B xby, is the Anchor-line packet at five o'clock tbis evening for Cairo and St. Louis. William Maaaon is her clerk. 1 What with salt and stone much of the space originally intended and paid for by steamboats ia taken up, much to the annoy ance of local and transient packets. The Maumelle, Captain J. J. Darragh, is the packet this evening at five o'clock lor all points on the Arkansas liver. Charles Mua selman and Will Darragh are her clerks. 1 The James L?e, Captain Stack Le on deck, is the packet this evening at five o'clock tor Helena, Friars .Point and all way landings. Lloyd Whitlow is in the effioe. The Hard Cash, Captain Ei C. Postal, is the packet thia evening at five o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Jackson port, Charles M. Postal is in charge of her office. The W. P. Halliday, Captain E. W. Gould, is the Anchor-line packet this morning at tea o'clock for New Orleans and all interme diate landings. E. W. Gould, jr., ia ia charge of her office. The James D. Parker, Captain Charles B. Russell on tbe roof, ia the regular packet this evening at five o'clock for ail points on tbe Ohio river as far aa Cincinnati. The Parker will giva cheao rates to all points north. Robert W. M'Coy is her clerk, assisted by Charles N. Hendrickson. Peraonal. Captain W. C. Hardwick returned home from the Ohio river on the Will Kyle, . Captain J. J. Darragh ' has purchased the machinery and outfit ot the sunken steamer Hattie Nowland, and will build a new boat to take her place ia tbe Arkansas river trade. Mr. Will Markhtro, of the Little Rock and Fort Smith railway, at Argenta Station, has been appointed agent of Captain Milt Harry's White river packets, with Headquarters at Memphis. Henry Powers, mate of the Hard Cash, who has been suffering from a serious ill nets tor some weeks past, is reported recovering, having bees able to ait np a short time yes terday. He hopes soon to be able to resume bis doty, ia which wish his many friends Heartily 101. - We learn by a dispatch from New Orleans that the Lone Stars, of New Orleans, will play the Riversides at Olympic park, Mem phis, on Sunday and Monday next. The Lone Stais will find in our boys foemen worthy of their steel. The Riversides are in constant practice, and will, aa usual, play a good game. Major W. H. H. Benyaurd. TJnited States engineer, has received from the office of tbe chief of engineers an appropriation of S15. 000 to be used in imcroving the harbor and river at tbis port. He has aUo been ordered to make t stimates (or Obion, north and south Forked Deer rivers, in Tennessee; the bay tributary to the St. Francis, and Benot river, in Arkansas, and Biyous Bartholomew and Macon, and lensas river, in Louisiana. Picked C Adrift. The necessity for a, wharf boat at Arkansas City wiil not be seriously felt, as the elevator now in coui83 of erection will be ready in time tor the opening ot business. . By act of congress, approved May 8, 1880. all tolU at the Louinvtllo and Po tland Ctinal will be abolifched. Tbe act will tak iff net at twelva o clock midnight, July 1, 1880 Charges for dry docks, use of cirecigf s or tow boats, etc., will contiiua, heretofore. ; 1. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of Monday, savs ''The Gaff arrived lai, tvaciDi; five days r ut from Memphis. 6ae announced bcrelt by firing bir little gun wild, one of tha largest and most successful trips fcb ever brought to Cincinnati, bhe registered 17o pt-opie, every tne in tbe best ot spirits, atd all vceil and red-hot for the nominee ot tke National U.m ocraii) coEvmtioo. Soo nud detesr-Mea from Arkansas, Mu.fi sippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana and M:ssouu. The next annua, meeting of the National board of steam navigation wiil be held at Norfolk, Virginia, on the fust of September, and it is time that local organ's itions in all sections of the country b?gan to make the.r arranzements lor the annual gatheiing, which piobibly will be tbo largest and moat inter esting of any yet held. The special commit tees are rt quested to prepare their reports, so that tbey may be ready to present at the first day's session. This board, ia the past, has accomplished a great deal of good, and its futu.e ii.flier.C3 aud power will be 111 ra'ij to the energy aud go ahead activenest of its members. Cibciaoati Commercial: - ''The R. R. Springer arrived yesterday from New Orleuuf, at three o'clock in the af ternoon, with four hundred tons of freight and eighty through cabin people. some six days, twenty hours and twenty minutes out, from port to port, including fifty-four way-landings. Running time, five days, nineteen hours and forty minutes. This is tbe fastest time this season, and remarka ble for a sixte in hundred ton Bteamer, with twenty-four inch cylinders, with eight feet stroke. The Springer left New Orleans J one 12ch, at eight o'clock in the evening, arriving .. , r;HA:HA,. (j . . j 1 ia l . i 1 o'clock in the afternoon." Tbe following list shows the whereabout) of tbe members of tbe Vicksburg marine association : "George B. Brown, John M'Cole- man, steamer U:ty ot iszoo: alike A.if, George B. Conklio, steamer i. C. Carroll, jr.; William Shannon, steamer Sunflower; Julten B. Friant, Samuel C. White, steamer Cheek; Jim Hardin, steamer Timmie Baker; Thomas Sheppard, steamer Bertie Claiborne; John Webb, steamer Kate Dickson, Charles Bibb, steamer Geisse; John Bobbs, Pat Coakley, tug Bigley; Tnomas White, United States steamer Hitchcock; John Oreman, steamer Bettie Gilbert; Hosey M'Murry, Frank Dent, Anchor-line elevator. Toe following engi neeis are open fcr cnaagements and can be foocd at tbe rooms of tbe association on Clay street; or address, care of box 182, Vicksburg, Mississippi, James Phillips, Charles Girod, S. P. M i, AI Bobbins, El Sickle and Ln Kennedy." A correspondent writing to the St. Louis Globe Democrat from Pittsfield, Illinois, says: "We have a dispute and a small wager as to when the steamer Ruth was destroyed by fire, and have agreed to leave it to vou. Please publiah the time." The first Ruth, a fins side-wheeler, bjrned August 4, 1863, just above Columbus, Kentucky. Sae was owned by Mm. Caroline Pegram, mother of Captain B. R. Pegram. Thirty-five persons were lost oa this Ruth. The second Kuth was burned at Paw Paw Island, March 18, 1869. This craft was a fine side-wheeler, and much larger than the first Ruth. Captain B. R. Pegrtm, Alex. H. Smith and others built this boat, and afterward sold her to tbe At lantic and Mississippi steamship company. The third Ruth, a small sttrn-wheeler, built in 1870 by Tom and John J. Dirragh, was run in a trade on the lower river from New Orleans for several years, and was bought by Captain Milt R Harry, about 1875, for (he White river trade. She ran from Memphis to White river for three years, but was not burned in that stream, as stated by the Globe-Dtmocrat. She was sold by Captain Harry in 1873 to parties who took ber to Mo bile, where she is now running in tbe Ala bama river trade. Towboata aad Barcea. The Grand Lake and barges from New Or leans passed np yesterday evening for St. Louis. She added here an ice barge, and the barge Mary Ann to be docked et St. Louis. dsveraaent sMshta. Vicksburg Commercial, Monday evening: The lighthouse tender, tbe steamer Pink, arrived here Saturday evening from above at seven o'clock, with M. H. Craps ton rs mas ter. James Helly. pilot, and L). G. M (Jarron. engineer. She left Sunday morning at ten o'clock, for below. lo Commander Reed, of the steamer Pink, we are indebted for the following changes in United States beacon lights made between Memphis and Vicksburg: Changed. Reeves, moved down 300 yards: Norfolk, moved down 600 yards; Bennetts, moved down zuu yarns; opposite ijom tnerce, moved down 6G0 yards; Baldwins Point, moved up 500 yard.; Hunts Avenue, moved down 300 yards; Harberts. moved down 200 yardf ; Pillow g, moved up 800 yards; isax) rase, movea down ouu yards; Ulara Field, moved down 300 yards; Island 65, moved down 300 yards; Bends 67 aad 68, moved down 400 yards: Scrub Grass, moved down 500 yards; Island 76, moved up on ac count ot caving bank 500 yards; Salona, moved down 100 yards; Lelaad, moved op 200 yard;; Refuge, moved down 500 yards; Lake Washington, moved down 400 yards; Dancir8by, moved down 100 yards; Cotton wood, moved down oiw yards; Buipland. moved up 800 yards; Bass, moved down 600 yards; Wilton, moved on point; Burleigh, moved down dUU yards; umega, moved on point; Millikens, moved to landing. Discontinued. Helena Creeling. M'Mil- lan's. Island 102. New Ltghts. cox island. Barnard. All Right, Vista (re-established). Respectfully, JOHN J. READ, Commander TJnited States Navj, Lighthouse. In- afecujr r uieenm District. OTEHEXT8 OP O CGAI STKAH ERS Qtjeenstown, June 22. Arrived: Spain, for New York. New York, June 22. Arrived: Frisia, from Hamburg. "New York, Jifne 22. Arrived: Steamer Circaesia, from Glasgow. London, June 22. Arrived out: State of Pennsylvania, from New York. Southampton, Jane 22. Arrived: H(. kenstauter, from New York. New Orleans, June 22. Arrived: Hal lamshire, Irom Galveston, bound for Liver pool put in for coal. -3 New Orleans. June 22. Cleared: Steam ship Hollowsbire, for Liverpool; Morgan U ty and JNew Orleans, tor JNew lork. JEWELER, r. 13. THAYEE MANUFACTURING Jeweler and Optician. Watehrs, Jewelry, Silverware, Cltcas, SJpeetaelea, Kte. Repairing Watches and Chronographs a specialty. Ko.307 3IA.lN STREET, nnrtor PwaTwlT Hntol Olrl Anlrt anrt P11r wntd. WATER CLOSET4. JENNINGS' SANITARY JEP0X, , o. Aixcna, manager, 94 Beekman St, New Tors. JENNINGS' TRAPLESS WATER CLOSET. PLUMBERS' GOODS ha ring for their object deadlines, durability, aad axeluiioa of SEWER OAS. J. W. X. BROWNE, PLUMBER ! 18 prepared to do all kinds of work In this line la a thorough and sanitary manner; gives especial attention to Sewer and Building Connections. Also, has a larjre stock of eAS-VlXTITRRet, Gaa, Staam and Watar-fittlncs and Flxtares. Pumpa, Bom, Bathtubs, eto. Baa a lanra tores ot compe tent workmen. All work warranted. Agent tor UM HaUaday WIN D-MILL3. Order aoUelted. UKOWNE.TUE PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street. 1 I1BA17TH, STKVNttTH, ETC, 5 Years Before the lublle, THE CENUIfwE Dr. O. MoLAIJE'S lira 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. ACUS AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara ' tory to, CT after taking quinine. v As a simple purgative they are un equaled. BEWARE CF I!'ITAT1G"3. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. 2acb wrapper bears the signatures of C McLakb and Fleming Bros. 1 fffi" Insist upon htMwi? the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by TLEJIIX6 BK0S.; Pittsburgh, Piu, the market being full of imitations of the name JUcLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. INVALIDS V.J . ASD 0TE233 8EEK1S3 . HEALTH- STRENGTH AHD ENERGY, oat snt cat or drugs, abb k& STUDIO 8KNU VOH THC CLECTltMi VIEW, AN ILLCWr RATED JOChV HAL, WHICU IS PUBLISHED FOB FREE DKTRIBtJTION. rTBKATB apoa SBALTB. HTorEWR, mrxi Phy cal Caltore, and a a ecmptoto encycloiwifia of lorbnnatkn for kxaikls and umm bo inner, from ..... Kzhaoatuii mad Paloatl Dlmiaiig.. Kvwij - thai bear apon health and bumu hnppltHiM, MWntioa la Ha rwrw: od Otf many qow ced by sara?rtiig lovallds, who have dtapured ue aoswereo, and raloable iDfbrmatioo ia red to all who are la Ded erf m-dtcnl advk-e. lHact of Eisoutc B.H. mu Mvdicin, ac v aired sod erne qnantkin. of vital ImportAlim id.1ii faumaaay, ar duly oonrtdered aud ea- YOUNG MEN And others who raflhr from lama and Physical T. The BLKCTRIO EEV1BW eapow the nnmitlnated .. frauds praotloed by qoacks aad med'eal Impoator, who profrM to " praouo. aoedlolne," aud paiuia out the only safe, simple, and edectlv road to Health, Vigor ana iMjauy ABerrfy. . Hend yooi addrea. on postal card air a copy, ana Informatkon worth thousands wUl be anal yon. Addrea, the pub! la here. PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., COR. EIGHTH it VINE STREETS, CINCINNATI. 0. Coughs. Bronchitis. Consumption Wkst a Well-bBOwn Urawilt sssat Alleu'a A,aioa; Kaiaaaa. . MOTHKKH, BRADI ' Oasxaim Station, Kt. GlHTLXms The demand lor AlKn'a l.iist Balaam la InereaslDK ecnstantlr. The ladles tb'.nk tbere Is no medicine equal to It for Croup and wnoopin? ijougn. u. u. B4KHH, uiuggui. - HaM iv Mil V-atcn llilera. COTTON GINS. Si COTTON GIN Clean the Seed better. Runs Llsxhter. Olns Faster and Costa Less Money than any otnercinintneMarket. Everymactilna fully and legally suan-anteed. mmt r Tl a. Than machines are mads of the best materials, and the orkmanabipand finish areonexcelled. HaTe been awarded premium at all tha State fairs, Georgia Alabama, Texas, .to. Upward of 6O0S of our Ocrsarelnoonstanttuela (he southern states, orer 1000 baring been sold in ISTfc prloe List of Gins, Feeders and Condensers Boxed ready for abipment and delivered at oar factory-. Price of Gin. Price with Self Feeder or Condenser. Price with Self Feeder ad Conddndcr. 0 saw Se " M ' .a " 50 " CO " TS " f 73 00 87 se 1900 11s u 125 m iu 00 lfiO 00 lMOO 1100 00 11a 00 131 60 I Ml 00 ICS 00 InO CO ! 00 eaoo S12S CO 1(4 M 10S0O T 60 10 JO 00 .? 00 tit 00 C7"Terms given on Application. -O Vram 1B43 to U5S we mannfActiiml (llnsat Colnmbua. Oa. under tue firm name ot E. T. T iTl a 4: Co., al Uii-u-miia CLKMOirs. Bnowa A; Co.. acd made wliat wanthrntowa aa the Taylor 6 in. DurinrtheyearllCSwercmoTcdtotlLi place, where w. have beea exclusively enT3?ed in raaiu facturins Gin everrtneft. "VV'irh lonff experience, tlie IjcsI tabor sarin; machiner and skilled wortmeiuwe poseea .Ivajstatfeenotenjoyedtr any oUiermanuutcrcrlaoar line, for producing the BEST work ror tlieusasT money. remained ueiilled, out we have tfouhk.l our r-.anr.farturii: tx enpacityand hope to be alud tomot-t all demand still it U thewiae plan to Ketjrour orders In early. Bend frir illustrated namDnletirivirtlriieie volumiarv teAlimtmialm from over 500 live, enterprisinjr planters. Presses, Knpinc au oianytirw cmiuw xunuauea wnen aeairea. Aaures BKOWN COTTON OIN t'O STEW LQ1TDON. OOHS. KOS PALK BY T. B. KlXfi. BROW VSYILLE, TESN. CikRVSR GIN & MACHINE CO. HANTJFACTOBKBS OF IMPBOVED Carver and Eclipse Hulling Gins, Feeders, Condensers and Cotton Cleaners, lasorewrdl Arrow and arrrw Fraaee lor Steam or Horj-e power. Shafting, Fullers, eto., and dealers tn Beltina, (ituwrlglit Material, etc., eic. Ames's Atla.,and other Stediiijfineiues COBN-M1LL8 AND SAW-MILL3. We repair all hlndt of Gins. Engines ard riantatlon Hacblnerr. Send lor catalogue. 391 to 399 Mielliy Bt , Momplils. THE LUIVIF7US, IMPROVED TAYLOR Thia ia the aeventh season of thia popular Gin which combines the merit of speed, llht drait, roeal aaaaple, and deaaina; tae aeed in a great er degree than anj other, and Is offered with the most perfect Self-Feeder and Condenser made, at the following very low prices. 1 r aj Price with I Price with SUes. oina Self Feeder Self-Feeder and orCondenser Condenser. 40 saw tlOO.OO $132.50 " $l'i5.fO 45 112.50 116.00 17S.5J 60 125.(0 160.00 195.10 60 1).00 180.(0 23l.(i0 70 160.00 J6.00 lioi.OO 80 130.01) 2J2.00 2S1.0Q These Gins are made with Iron Frames and ot tbe beet materials and are unsurpassed In finish and workmanship. We also manufacture Gul lett's celebrated "Patent Steel Brush Cotton Gin, together with the Farorite Light Draft "Cotton Bloom" Cotton Gin, with Feeders and Condensers for each. Terms given on applicatinon. THE STANDARD MACHINERY CO., MYSTIC RIVER, CONN. LFILLNKLIN II. LOIMUS, Gen. Agt, MJJU, TXJ U Of UAa STEAJ1 SHIPS. ANCHOR LIE. TJN11SO fcTATKS MAIL STBAMKKS Sail eTerTSatorday. . NEW YOKK TO GLA?66W. CABTKo. oO to glh.EllAGE, t-S. TbaM btttaaaus do mot cm f eutKm. abuep cr pig. HEW YOlS? To'lN lJOtFbTRECT. CABDiS.aA5toSr5. Excursion at KeGocfcdBalea. tsaenger acconnnodationc are uinrpaseed. All Staterooms on Main bee. Pasaeneers booked at lowest rate to or from any Railroad Station In Europe or America. Draf at lowest rate, payable (free of cbargej throat aoat England. Scotland and Ireland. For books ol information, plana, Ac, apply to Haaroaaarar Bbothbba. r Bowum Gbxxw. If. T lnman Line Royal Mail Steamers lewTifkts taeeBat"cra iaerpel HOTTCB The Steamers ot this Line take Lien tenant Maury' Lane route at all seasons of theyear urn or KicHaoNTj, baruraay- June 20. at xmua-m. Uttt or UHaarKB-xnuraaay, juir 1, at d-jn p.m. CrrT or BRDasKiA. Thursday. Julr 8, at 8 p.m. Cttt cm Bkkuh, Saturday, June 17. at 1 p.m. Cm or Momtkkai. Thursday. July 22. at 8 D.m. Vrom Pier No. H7. North river, foot or Cbarlton at. r-jihln naaaaoe SXO and SI OO. Return ticket on favorable terms. 8TKKKA6B. $2M- Faloous, atate- rooms, smosiDK ana oauiruoais axniasuios. JOHN G. DILL Ajrent. 81 8 Broadway. N. T. OHN LOA6UX, earner Causey and Linden atreeta. , o. Jauvma, dio aaau mxx, nempnia, leua- 175-177-179 Iain St., Mexnuliis, WH0LK3ALK AMD BSTAXL DSALXB3 IN Carriages, Buggies CAI1UIAGE AND A6tON MATESIAI.S ! We have recently greatly enlarged oar Storehouse, and added to onr farmer stock a fall line of BBIOLES, C0LL4KS, HAKES, TBACE-CHAIS8, ; . ! H.D"LEBY AJiI JIAMIWH ar ail kinds, ueneral aksom for the Celebrated MilTmrn and Tennessee Farm Waons ! B. J. - SEIW MIES km. Old YabMssee TBADE REClSTtRED. Old Keiatucliiy: SOUR.MftSH WHISKIES Onr Kellpa Haller is the best SIN far cotton before reaching the aaws. Has 12-Inch solid heavy brush, and gins very fast. Onr Bevolvlng head and Condensers will clean eotton of dirt aad dust, tyoror flliert promptly, guaranfeln- satisfaetlrm. Bend for etrenlara. Kefer to all ovine? onr ln clioollielil lasiaiies1 ?5 Co f OX ACCOUNT OP THK l.AUHK llVCAEtSIS OF OVB Wholesale We will, after this date, . . SELL TO MERCHANTS ONL1 MAY 1. 1880 SCH00LFIELD. HANAUER 4 CO. 1KB KICK, late of Bios, HIGB 't.t Jo303 Slip irpdfnartpr for ARCHER brand of S-cmt Cigars. KIC8 & TOST. GSASAW I ft nn - 1 a ar- TT 1 TmTiYi --- I a3t I 0S Becond St., opp. Market gqaare, Jlempliis. tST House Fronts, Colnmns, LlnUls, Iron and Braes Castings, General Kepairs and Every thin; lit ( I,ln of FonnclrT anrl I B Manufacturer of every deacripUnn ot C'irralar, Mill, and C'roaa-C'at Saw; Wbolssal. Tlwilnr in Kubbrr and Ieiuher Beltlnc Pilrs, Mandrrls, Can Hooka, Saw Ciaanaera, r porta, aad all Saw and rianins Mill tSupptin; Sole Manufacturers of Lockwood'a Patent Motted Circular Saw. ETEH Y SAW WAKRASTED. CT-Carcful attention to rejair work. Agenta f or TANITE EIVIERY WHEELS Our Xew Illustratcl Catalotrur mailed 1'i-oe on application. - M.H.Coover&Co MA.MJFACTDRE88 OP Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, Brackets and Scroll Work, Rongb. and Dressed Lumber, Shlng-Ies Laths, Etc., Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington street. TVT T-nrtT--vi i ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. HARDWARE, COTTON GINS, COTTON PRESSES, DEERING HORSE ENGINES, Sorghum Mills, rlst Hills, JASES & OBAUAIII VAUN, - Brass and Iron Steam Fitting and Pipe, Kte., Froit Street, Cor, Monroe. Memphis, Tenth Jonsi I. Balllwaau m. aAvnsr .& oo. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, Q3Q ta.TA.ca. Q34i l?lont stxroot IVKoxxripla. BftwerS Ad run a and Jrffcrua. Onr L N. BAINXT devote his wnoie area to tne Weigmoc and Sale of all Cotton Intrusted g Wa htv rmr own Owtnn Wrnlwia.. Amv waabln-tnt. avMl ftowwvt W. Aa GAGE BEO. No. 80O IVIIOTST KTRKKT.. m PLASTER THORN & 309 and 311 Nonth Twelfth C B Moore. iOORE, BA8SETT & CO Dealorei -- Doors, Sash, Blinds, (lloldings, lumber, Iath. and Shingles, 3 1-353-350-385 Second street, : : SXemphig. F&OBPES iiq! t) IVUUUIVV HU MUVIIV I AND AIX1K1ND3 OF - - ILARDWABK AND MATERIALS a PRATT GlfJ Ca. Wo 314 Front street, , . . '. . . ... ...... V . -'!' . . . MANTJF ACTUBXBS' DKPOT . Revolving-Head & Eclipse Huller, ; Feeders, Coodensors. MSi river planters. It will separate tha holla from the saws, BrroIvirnr-head, recnlatros seed-board, extra Gin has no superior in dean eotton. Onr Feeders - usiness! Jacobs ft Co. JOH9 C TOST 1TOST 9 (SUCCSSSOBS TO SCHMTDLAPP BB03.) WHOLESALE it Cms ail Tobacco, Front St., SlempliiLs. SOB UQKES! SUls, Ventilators, Cellar -Gratinff, all kind WafhlavWHhop Work. : Curtis 2c Co. 811 to 819 North Second Street, St Louis, Mo. Iteltlag;, raeklBs, Hose, Tat?a. Clark. M. a. Clark. a. si. UsveB. rajs 20O to 500 Per Ceat. rroflt or the Inrestnient. All Farmers should try 1U Uaaraateed to pay. Send ftn Circulars and Prices to HTJNKINS. street. ......Nt. rnis. Hiuanrt G. T. Basset. luka Springs Hotel. THI3 favorite watering plaoe, situated on K. and C. R. H.. Is dow op- n ro.- the reception of vis itors. Tbe house has been rntlrel, re'arnisned. and no palris will be spared to mke gists feel entire) at borne. Tbe spring are w-)l knowu for tbeir me dicinal properties, and are not snrpassed b, an, onto of Virginia. Various amusements tor pas time. Board at lowest na-a. Apply to . A. H. HRHia. Pmrrletor, Summep Resort Morth KK RfllTajF, KODRRITH, OJgT.. " banks ot Lake Huron; magnlfloent scenery !i?a'Uw"? '?r: 1.r,'Plauf'o inclatta!bel: O'wlj furnished; splendid drive,; pieaant walka: ashlns and Kjat ri I n.. tn n.(nh K.h nn . . . and most delightful spot In Ontario. Bar snroa br 'uiwmn. Aorma raaonanie. applr to B. MARLTON. lroprletor. Frontenac, Minnesota, (Tbe Newport of tbe Northwest). LIKE-SIDE HOTFf. LSD COTriGE?. rriHI most romant'e report la tbe Northwest sit X uated on Lake Penln. amid tbe most beauUfol seer.erv on tbe Mlsblalppl, and opposite Busb river, tbe anaat Trout Stream In tba world (fisblnc tree to Jiuesta), and in view of Maiden B k, ot romantla nterest. Boatliw. bathl". bowiru'. billiard a. an-b- ery, croquet, etc , afford reoieatlea and amusement. Bt Louis Packets land on hotel eTound. Boa meets ail trains of tbe C. Id. a d St laul Bailroad. Open June 1st. Send for elrculai. 8. P. oastHoi Propletor I J. c TAggf. Manager SONTGOMEBY White Sulphur Springs MontKomerjr Tonnty, TiTflaJs fTtHig famous summer resort. In the mountains of J. Vlmlnta. near tbe auromlt of the Alleghany juvuiimmii., ... .uL, wiiui, uaving unoeigooe many Improvements since last season, and tbe proprietor having become largvly Interested In tbe purchase of stock and furniture, will spare neither expanse nor pains In sustaining IU reputation as tbe leading wa tering place or the State. These spring are located near tbe Uneof tbe A. at. O. a. B.. 81 mile west of Lynchburg, It miles east ot Bristol, and surrounded by watering plaor of note result. Tbis piaee la tbe most handsomely improves, and affords tba largest arcom modal urns of anyplace In Virginia. Tbe cheap raliroad fare and unusual low price ot board atuutld aeenre a larxe patmnruze Ibis seasoo. Kxpreae, telecrspb. post and ticket otters are located on the around. Tbe waters ol these springs have long been favorably known for their brgtenlo prop, eitles. Iby consist or thkks boub ttrLpnrB Springs, oic Chi.tt)kat and a BrroKn Sfbimo. Visitor to ibe MmtmRry White rjulpbur bphngs will stop at the Big Ttinnel BtMion on tba 1. M. O k H-. dlstauae (r m the Spring 1IA miles, with wbU:h It Is connected b, a new branch narrow-gauge railway line. ar..i in Inss than ten minutes arrive at ibe Rsoeptmn Rouse of tba Springs. These Surlnn will ooen Rirst nt inns m tbe reception of vlaltuf s. Bri as lo aa any other flrst-class waterlr g place In Vlr.?inla Sueda' rates will be made f-wlarae partis. Besldent pbrsl-aan. Dr. James M'Kent,of Virginia. Kor lartber Infor mation, arklrwss TH-i. WILSON. Proo'a. Bailey Springs Lauderdale County, Alabama. For circulars, terms, etc., address SCLLIS l f0. WARM. SPRINGS, , n esters North Carollga. . THIS popular watertnir place Is cpen for tbe r-cep-tkm ot visitors. Hot, warm and cold sulphur bstbs Klewatla IrtOO f- et- Kloe hand of music vine fishing and pic resque mountain scent-r ; 10O new room sires tat sea-oa. furnished In an elaaant sryle. bead for riecrp'tve circular. HOWtKTON A KL&Ir. Proprietors. The IIYGEIA IIOTEI. OLH POIST COHrOBT, V4 sntuatad 100 yards from Fort Monro. Open all tba fear. Kual to any hotel In tbe United States as a Summer Resort. Send lor circular describing hr gleul advantages, ete MAKHiaow PHOKBUS. Proprttor. SUKK HOI SK, Oi:: UKACH, A. J., TEAS LONti BBANCH A nrst-elaas family LN hoie. sltua'ed on tbe beach with In flftv rwt of suit bathing. Perfect drainage, no moequl'oea, dry air; wondeiful in It effects apon suBerer from malaria. Terms mouerata. BererBea. Address K. L. OABBETSON, Ocean Beach, mew Jersey. Crab Orchard Springs KEXTCCaT. Flfl boars from LonlsnUe or Cincinnati by rail. Now open tor visitor. Hotel appointments complete. Ask for round-trio tieyets. for pam puieis. containing acaijsis or vnuers, low rates or board, etc., address I. a TKVId, Manager, uran crnrnari. a enrncaT. CONGRESS HALIi, SARATOGA SPUINUS. THB1B-AND A-HlLr DOLLARS FEB DAT. This splendid hotel having been thoroughly reno- vatea ana reiumisned, will open v T8DBSDAT, lDNr! 17TH. CLXMXNT ft WILKINSON, Proprietors. H. 8. Cl asf a nt. Ws. wrunrsoa ism COX. 93 Fifth avenue, comer Tenth street. New Voi k. Superior board; elegant rooms; 110 iy; a oanr. BEBFOIID (Tf KGIHIA) Alum and Iron Springs Opeai Jane let, sso aaeath firat-elaaa. A. W. PUVTq President. ' TRUSTEfc NALEH. NOTICE. I WILL, on Maadew. the lata dsrsf Jly, 1 MMO. Oder at public tie at tbe Courthouse door tn the city of Uempbls, by virtue of the power eon. rerren upon me or a oesd or trust exeruiea oit 1 1, 1 87 . and tie -rded li the Begisters omce ot Shelbr rountr. In Book No. 104. page 371. to secure eeitalu lndelxeanes therein mentioned, and tba ante being past due and unpaid, tbe toilowlng land, viz: A part of a uact of land formerly oaned by James C. Jonei. lying In tbe tweltib civil olsulct, la ranae 7. sections I and a. bur lining at tbe south- eat corner of a rtilO-scre tract, part of a 6000 aero tract, wotcn said oo ac es wascoovetea oy j jnn r. Hickman and Kdwln Hlck.nan In S. and V Klm- briHigb, by deed dated July 'li. I82l; thence west 77 chains and 42 links, a t.taae on tne eaal line cf Pattei-on's IOOO-cra suiKlliNlon: trjnee north Hv ebalns and t4 links, a stake In tbe State line road, 87S link, north ot a strwt gum marked K; Ibenca south ft3ti deg. eat 22 chains and 21 links wltb tbe center of sal t iod; ti.rnos soiuh 77 de. east 20 ebslns and 60 links, a suae: thoice souio 64 deg. ea-t 37 ebainv a stake; lb-nee enst 4 chain ai.d 82 links, a slake; thence bouio 8h cblaand (K) links to tbe beginning, cot taming n? the O'lg nl deed 4I51A acres Tue ab-jve und has beea sub divided by Sarah W. Jones loin Iota wnlcb said plan Is of record In the Byitiu-r'a uftlci ot Sbeb eoiuity, Tennea-see. In Plat Bk 1, pge H3- I will s-ll. by virtue ot said deed to me execoXl hits mA. 3. 4. 6, 7, 8, ft. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14 ard 15 of Ssld sutravtaion. 1 will sell all tbe rWnt.ti'le and InUre-c both legal ana equllabln. of Srh W. arid Pellx M. Joneo In and to said property. A'l equity of redemption la waived In thedsed by 'he g-anHK" 1 b title la be lieved to be g jod. but I will sell and eonvry as trus tee only, cavbale to commence at 12 m. k. m. ti r 4 ti , Trustee. Fllppln A FHppln. atton.ers 85 Madlso- alrret. Trusteed Hskle. f ukRKAS. by a decree recently rendered by tbe V V Cbaucen C on ot iballir e uotr. Teun.. in the cause of K. A. arker vs. Koslna Walbreebt tt aL, No. 8H37. B. D. the nndeislgned waa substi tuted to all the i igbia. Down ard prlvllire of one J. P. Meux. nominated a. truste la a certain trust deed made by A. Waibrecht and Boaina Walbreebt to said J. P. Meux. as said trustee, of date alar 1 . 1878. and rreordrd In aha Beetsier'a office of obelbr county. In boot No. 125, pag4 15H; now. there tore. in ooeairnce ro tne O'aer ri un oeiMuciary securea In said trust deed. I will on Taedf , Jnlr C. ISttO, - between tbe hour of 13 d and 1 o'clock p.m., at tbe southwest corner of Main and Monroe streets, tn the Taxing district of Shell y county, sell, for cash, to tbe high -st b'dder, a ceitala trv of land siiu td In aaid Snelby eouii'y, Taonessee. being tbe nonn nair or iot on ana mj oi in- o-iu'kh hwt 12f4-aaie tract, anont two miles south of Memphis. belog on the southeast comrr ol the Horn Lake road and Kerr avenus, eontaiulna fracion lass tban 20 aerea.and knoon a tne wuii ion sukssbi property. Kqu'tr ol redemption, dower and son. stead waived. Title trood, but I ejovev on aa true tee. W. L. CUP", Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SA.LE. BY Ttrtne of a trust deed executed by Q R. ft. Lna ado and M K M. Lucano to me for the norposea herein set forth, sUine.i 28ib dar of J-ioe, 177, ana resnsierea in doo x, p -ges mn.ruj aoa nu. In tbs Krglslei' omce of Tipton county, Tennessee. IwUl.as trustee, exp-se to public saie. In f root of Ibe courthouse. In Ibe eltr of Memphis, known as tbe Memphis raxtng-duurtot, at 12 m., on TatsSay, th day mt Jaly, 1HHO, tbe following described lands and premises, to-wit. -Being InctvU district bo 11 of Tipton eouniy. Teo nesea, on Island No. Srt of the Miaalasli.pl river, and bounded thus: Beginning at tbe northeast cor ner or Wm. Rargus's 2' O-acre occupant entry at a willow on the bank of o d river; thence west BO ebains to a atake oo tbe buik ot the main river; tbeooe op tbe mnin river elth its meander lo a Cot tonwood oo the bead of aald Island Nov 8tS marked ' O. and W.' tbencs down the easteTi ch ile on old nver with Ita vnrloua meander or bearing to tbe beginning, eontalnlr g one hundred and any (150) acres, more or less being tbe same land sold under deeiee tn tbe Chancery Court at Covtnatnn. l- tbe cause of J O. Densford vs. a O and 4. li. M'Brlde, reudered at the aprtl teim. 1875. By tbe terms of tbe trust deed tbe right of bomeeao and redemp tion la waived. Terms of sale ean. Tule believed to be perfect, but 1 sell onlr a trustee. TLW T J''N1. Trustee. THIS PAPER MATBBrWVnON KILE AT UtM. I. HOTrVKI.1. ak. CO'i Ncwiaapcr Adwertiains; Bareaa lie SPKUCai PTBEKTt, WlftHK -M- HEW YORK. TKRTIStHO CONTBACTS mar be made for it in CHANfTKKY A1.E. Chancry Sale of Real Estate No. 68A, B. D In tbe Cnanoery Court ot Shelby county, Tennessee it. a. Adams at aL ts. The M. and L. B. B K. Co. et aL BY virtue of a decree rnteted In tbe above entitled cause an the 2d ot N ovember, 1875. and mod ified by a decree entered herein on tn 28th of May, 1880. 1 Will, On TsMOtr, Jsas . , . at tbe front entranoe on Main rtreet, w tb Oourt bnuae ot Sbelbr county. In Meiopbis. Tenneee, within legal hour, t'ffrr for sale to lb hihat bid der, for cash ibe foi'owing property, lying tn tbe Taxing district of Memphis, eouotv and etat afore said, aid known aa lot No. ten (10), of tb- Navy yard pre party, irootinr 55 reel and 7 Inches on front Bow and runnliu west, between parallel line, 170 feet, more or lea, ta Promenade street Bacetvet and Com ml loner. W4D4Beard, Sollctlor.