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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-8ATUEDAYr-OTL4101880.
KNING& CLOSING OF MAILS. Fsatsflle, JleaanVIa, TnitHMk BAILBOADS. , - . .. , lodmiaU. Louisville and Memphis local anil ough mall open at 4:45 p.m. and eloae at 840 ; tnelnnatt. Lonlsvllle -nfl Memphis through malls o at 8:45 a.m. and close at 10 p.m. nattaoooga and Memphis local and thnxrf'J II open at 1 -.30 p.m. and eloae at 10 p.m. i ampuls to wwoajaaod New Orleans open at 10 1 u. and closest IMiOam. - r . lemphii and LltU iiock open at 11.20 p.m. an4 at 8-10 p.m. jvlngtoo and Memphis open at 0:80 a.m. and e at :i p m. BITES AND 0THSB JTAILfl. ; .f templils to Triars Point (cgeot) open Mand ay. dnedays and Fridays, at i a-aa. and eloae earn 'it40Mn . t t. - - K lelena and Friars Point (peftoffloa), dau, op- '7 a.m. and cinsiat 4-80 p.m . lalena and Clarendon raltroad, dally, open at 7 mi. and close at 4Ui() p.m. . ilempn's to Greenville (agent) open Mondsys, ursdays and SiWjrd&ys, at 7 vm. and close aame isat 4:30 p:m. - - - w tempuls to Vksburg (agent) open Vondsys, urlan and Batjfl7s, at 1 1) p m. nd,loea flunr ts, Tuesdays en 1 Friday, at :80 a m. St. Loats to Mempbis (agent) open Sundays, Taen jt and Fridays, a. 7 a m. and eloae aame days mTo fto Memphis fagent) "pen Monderi, lueedays and Fridays, at 7 a.m. and close same t grands river (agent) opn Tuesdays and Fridays 7 am. and close sme day at 4:V0 p.m. - i trkaosaa rive, (attest) open Wednesdays and Sat i tar at 7 am and close same dais at 40 p.sv. Mhlte rlv (agent) open Wednesdays and Satuf- It. 1 7 a.i. and rloe ssmadaFsat 40 D.m. (MemDDisii Hour bum s sua route) open Moo rs, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 p.m. and eloie lesdais, 1 uursuays and Buiuraers, MOin aAlLVfXrm01lKr-;;l Arrival ut Deourtare r Trains..! Trains on tbe Padiir-.b arid Mem ptals road move I follows: Mall levt fliiii at 4:00 p.m. MJU rives dAllv at O-Jtil a m.. - Trains on tbe Memphis and Little Rock road dkts I follows: Mall leaves dHll at 4:1(0 p.m.! freight aves daily, exeerft. Sunday, at H:tfO a.m. M.tli ne rves dally at ll;0o p.m.; freight arrives dally, ox- DtfluodaT. Ilri-.IK lt.DL - - i trains on the Memphis and Charleston road DM ire i follows: Mall learns dally at 11:15p.m.; bomsr 11a aooommpdatlon leaves dally, except BuTKiny, at 40 p.m. Mall arrives daily at 1 :00 P ; boiner- lle accommodation arrlTas daily, except Sunday, Hon am. , s Trains on tbe HIssImIddI and Tennessee rtad lore at follows: Mall leaves dallf at l.:30 D.ia.: inrdls aeeommodatlon team ditilr, exeeiit bundar, 4:46 p.m.; freight leaves dally, exsept dunday.at f:00a.m. Mall arrlvw dally at :30 am.; Btu-JIs twomuiodatton arrives dHllr, except Sundai, at 8.00 m.; freight arrivee dally, except Buuuay, at a;uu ro . - Trains on tbe Louisville and Nashville road more V follows: Express leaves dilly at 11 aiO p.m. mall tavMdai:t at 7:40 a.m.: BroonsvUie aecommola- oo leaves daily, exonpt a'lnaxy, 65 :VJ p.m. in- res arrives dally at o:l0 a.m.; wail arrives dully t 4 p.m.; Brownsville accommodation arrives ally, except Sunday, at 8:45 a.m. Saturday the ex- rew tun enu to it a-euiie, oonnecung lor cana ille. thtptruueoaenu art rvjtmua to notvy iau 031c rotnjHiy eg CWM0C v tuns - renewal aasl deaermL Tbe Denver and Rio Granda railroad corns fany beaan operatina their own express July a j ti j r 1 . il ' , x.u. luq Auanu miaeia rujmuuiuir. m, The earning! of the Cincinnati Southern iilroad for the month of Jane show an in' reaae of over f 25,000, nndjare largely a'ex- ess of any month since the roaa wag com fcleted. J is, . ii Charlea M. GranK for many Tear engineer hn the I., B. and W., has accepted the poai- jtion of master mechanic on th4 Helena and jlron Mountain road, and gone to Helena, where the company's shop are located: - jj ' 1 There it to be a bis excursion ' from tieor- sria, Alabama and Tennessee to Texas on the thirtoeath and fourteenth of July, under the annpwei of tbe Mempbis and CDarleston railroad. Tickets are to be eood for t'airty Another lie about conductors. Said a Tail- road president to a conductor: ; "A. man should keep himself unspotted if he want to keep tbe confidence of . his -employers." Jlhat sso. responded the conductor, "if I could keep myself 'unspotted' I could make a fortune. Daniel Forcer, the engineer on the Cape May express train which ran otf the track at Wen on a a abort time since through a twitch- man 'a carelessness, and who, by hi pretence of mind, prevented a great lot of life, has been presented with a purse of several hue dred dollar by the passenger who were on the trsin. . - The rats at which railroad building it going on is best sbown by tbe demand made on the manufactories of railroad material. One company ha order for forty two thousand car-brasses, four ton of babbit metal and two hundred heavy casting from one firm Much of th s demand tor building tUDolie come irom ine south and west. Barrel aaa Seaihwestersu Btjtfaxo, July 9. It i currently reported that the Buffalo and Southwestern railway ha beer, leased.to tbe New York, Like Erie and Western company for a term ot ninety- nine years.--By this arrangement connections will be made at Jamestown with the Atlantic and . Great Western. By narrowing the gauge of .the . latter road through traini can be run between , this city ana uincinnau, St. Irait and Chicago. Tke Hasnlltoa a MosUheaatera. Dattok, 0:," July 9. At the meeting of the stockholders' of tbe Dayton and South eastern road in this city to-day, it wat voted to issue second mortgage bond of the road to the amount ot four hundred thousand dol lar to pay off its floating debt. The road it bow in operation to the Jackson ooalfistd ot the Slat, a distance of one hundred and twenty-five miles, and it doing a flourishing and rapidly increasing business. Btmthero Hall. - The New York BulUtii state that (.he ar rangement for a fait mail train from New York to New Orleans and the aoutheru sea board and suit citie will not be com Dieted until some time in Ostober. Unhketbe north, where negotiation tor a thoosaaJ or hlteoo hundred miles of route may be made with a single individual; mtny interest must be eonanltad in the south. When the ai ran ce ment ia completed, train leaving Neir York at thirty-five minute past four in the morn ing will reach Washington not ab than eleven o'clock in the-forenoon. Mails will reach Jacksonville in less than tbitty-aix hour from Ndw Yorkand one day will be saved on the present schedule time to New Orleans, -. ...,: i .- Xw IJae rreleotea 1st Arkansiis ) ths tsSlsa Matlam. Little Bock Democrat; On several occasions we mentioned the fact that the parties most interested in the Little Rock and Fori Smith, and LiUle Rock, Mississippi River and Texas roads, were also interested in the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe and Union Paciflo road, and anxious to build the connecting link be tween the Fort Smith and Santa ,Fti . road They are positive of securing thenghtof-way through the Indian Territory, and , are, fully alivsto the imoortanoe of the. work. - The Boston capitalists have their eyes oien, and have formed what is known the Oklohoma railroad. The articles of association of this road were vesterdav filed in the offioe of tbe secretary of state. Tbe proposed road is to commence at Ualls creek ttauon, or r.ne town of RfMaolviile, in Pope county, and ihall run thencii to or near the town of Diidanelle. Yell county, erasing the Arkansas river, and running thence through tbe counties of Yell, Logan, Franklin and Sebaatin, to or near the town ot ureenwood, in the latter county, and from thesoe to the line of the Indian Tern torv, in the vicinity ot Sugar Loaf mountain, with a. branch from Webb City. Franklin county, oa the Arkansas river, opposite Oxuk, to .connect with tbe mam line at or near Charkston. a total distance of about 96 mile. The amount of capital stock ia fixed at $1, 500.000. making fifteea hundred shares of tlOO each. The board of directors is as fol low: J. H. Converse. F. M Weld, Elioba Atkins. T. H. Perkins, all of Borton. Massa ehnaetts. and W.D. Slack. Sot F. Clark, D. . Jones, Theodore Hsrtman, J. W. Gay, all of Little Rock. The following havt; been ap Dointed commissioners to open boor of sub- eriDtios : Theodore Hsrtman. J. W. Qay, W D. Slack. Sol F. Clark and D. E. Jones, all of Little Rock. ( Stock has. been takin ia the following amounts: F. M. Weld, 2J0 shares; Eiisha Alkins, 2000; J. H. Conwso, 200: W. D. Slack, 200; T. H. FerSins, 200; T. Hart maa. J. W. Gay, Sol F. Clark, and D. E. Jones, 10 shares each. . A. CARD. To an who ar suBTartnc from the errors and ladl ereuons ot room, nervous weakness, early decay. loss ot manhood, eta,, I will sand arsctpe that will sore you, FBXK OF CHXBGX. This great remedy was discovered br a missionary In South amerlos, Bend a self-addressed envelop to toe lev. Jossrm T. Isstf. pattern ft. Kt Tar City. ' rs .- - ' "Bestiss vrllkasit Tears-" If you would relieve your eyes of hurttul strain; U re womd prevent loss ot sight, or sit soothe tie lisht to your eyes as to render reading a physical as wa a mental pleasure, uss tbe "Dlataood speeta elea," bavtoc a small diamond stam jed on every pair. . . i THIS PAPER MAYBKKWNDON iii.f, a r eo. r. ltVK L.I. At V'U H'wimht Adrcrtiilna; Bureaw il fmoan EiSSs HEW VQRIU FINANCE AMD COMMERCE. . The course of finaacial events having un dergone a suspension of four days in the eastern exchanges, on account of the occur rence of the national holiday, there is little of interest to be found just now upon the eabject in our exchanges. : --Atreeasy money toarket and a ooafident looking Ibi ward to an active and sound fall trade are the most ob vious existing feature. Oar, banks here go on J' the even tejor of their wij" with a ijuiet regal . rity that speaks well tor, the solidity of trade, now it is released from! the fuss and rush and hurry of merj SpecaUttfve operations. Exchange at our bank quoted at par, on New York and other prominent , eastern Joint with three days grace, & discount; selling at X premium. On New Orleans, M discount; selling at par. Money is loaned on abort date at 6 to 8 per cent. ceiDy county is quoted at 90 : buying, 96 sell- n. .. ... . , t. A11 ing. ; .Sheioy county nonus veiling at Last sale of State back stock at 95; of Mis sissippi and Tennessee first mortgage bonds at 126; do., second mortgage, 108 bid; of multeity insurance at ; oi cans oi vom merce stock at par; .Memphis City insurance ttock, 75. ... :. . , MKMPHIS BANK CLKABIHQ3 -. - . VleannniL Balance. July p....7.r..T:r..$ 61.624 65" " 20.174 48 Thus tar this wee ... 8M0.71H 64 i 14,lw8 20 Same time UMweeiC,. 872,72 80 131,011 W) Same time weett before 431.054 83 "172.09 81 i. IBT TELEQBAP3.Y PARIS, July 9.-Rentes, 85t. 25o. NEW ORLEANS. July 9. Sight ex change on New York, t'2 50 per 1000 premi um. Sterling . exchange bankers' bills, 486. - . - - . . :. ,y LONDON! July ' 9. Consols monev. 93 1 16; m account. 98 9-16; new 5. 105; 4, 1I2;,J 4u llOJi; Illinois Central, 10; Pennsylvania Central, 54Jj Erie, 40s'; Erie, tecosds, iK); Reading, o. . ,; . . NEW YORK, July 9. Money easy at 2(3 3 per cent Prime mercantile paper, 34i roercent. - Sterling exchange bankers bill weak, 404M; aemanov 4nu. ,' uovernment bonds quiet and geserajlj nrmi U.S. coupons of 1881, 103; new os, IVift; new 4. 109: new 4. 108X: Pacitio 6s Of ls95, 124. State bonds: Louisiana 1 consols, 46& ; - Misaoari..,108y St Joseph, 105; lennessee bs. oia, so vnerea; xennessen t ; new, j 80; . Virginia 6s. old, 20; Virginia 6s, new, 20; Virginia conoois, 85: Virginia' consols, referred, 106K Railroad .bonds werejrreguiar ut me eariy dealinereoa small- fluctuations., but during the atteasoon specuiatioa gradually gained. strength, and at the second boasttpnee baa; ad.vncedVif to Cper r9W Krie. rLake Shore, the coal shares ana Kansas and Texas leading in the improvement. Subsequently there, want reaction ot Jei to .? per cent., in which Erie rxeferred and St. Paul were the most contjflcuoos, but toward the close the mtrket oecame steaaier ana a partial recov erv ensued. Nashville and Chattantoga de clined from 6Ci to 58, and Cleveland, Columbus. Ciecinnsti and Indianapolis ad' vaoced from 64 to bo. Ibus tar tnirty-nine railroads have reported their traffio for Jine, and the account stands as follow: 1880, $17,859,013 ;U879, $13,064.654 an increase of t4.734.359 for the first half year. Thirty- tbrae toad have reported cmoiany, ana ite totals are as follows: 1880, $82 044.776; 187,9, $65,077,485-an increase of $16,967,291. lamucea in we returns iur si uiuui.ua turn tbe earning of a few important roads, like thaNew Tork Central, fCorthwestern, a. PauI.Mllinoi Central. CVntrat Pacific and Wal asb. but otherwise the totals are maae ud from statements or comparatively uoim portaat tines.'.- The figures of the Lake Shore- Erie, Michigan Central, Canada Southern. Chicago. Burlington and Quiccy, Union Pacific, Pennsylvania and the Ualtimore ana Uaio companies are wanting. If the earnings of these roads were at hand and added to the total of the thirty-three lines already given,lhen the traffio for the first half yar of 1880 would aooear marvelous. New York Central gains $630,000 tor June; $3,355,000 for nine months; Lake Shore gain $430,000 for June; Ubeaapeaxe and Ubio earning increase f 44U.UUU lor tbe nrst six months of tha year; Uhicago and Alton gam 1 1.218 000 for tbe tame period. The traffic or tbe Northern Pacific increased $62,000 in June, and tbe Denver and Rio Grande gains $50,000 for the hist week in July. Transac tions aggregated 222.000 shares, of which 9000 were Lackawanna, 50.000 Erie, 2000 St. Joeb, 2000 Iron Mountain, 8400 Kansas snd Texas, 15,000 Lake Shore, 2000 Michigan Central, 21,000' Northwestern, 7000 New Jersev Central. 5000 Ohioand Mississippi. 16.0GO Ontario and Western, XUUU facibc Mail. 67.000 St. Paul, 11.000 Wabash Pa? cifio and 7000 Western ... Union. The cloainor a notations were as follows Central Pacific bonds. 112; Union Pacific firsts, 112; -Union pacific land . grants, 113: Cmon Pacific .sinking iunda 11 8i Lehiah and Wilkesbarre. 100: SL Paul and Sioux City firsts, 102; . Chicago, "Columbus andlndiana Central firsts'.' no talesT Chicago Columbas and Indiana Central seconds, no sales: Erie seconds. 873i: Rock Island, 1035a: Panama. 180: Fort Wayne. 120; PttUburg, 116; Illinois Uentral, 1044; Chi cago. Burlington and Uuincy, 1AIM; Chi' cago and 4lton,luai; Chicago and Alton pre- ferred.l'Zo; JNew lo untraiazi4; uariem 178: Lake Shore. 11M; JUannaa Southern 57: Michigan Central, 86 if; Erie, 40 trie Dreterred.; oo&t JMormweatern. eH Norlhwestern preferred. 107; SU Paul,73 St. Paul preferred. 102 Vi; Su Paul and Mm neapolis, 44; St. Paul and Sioux City, 33)4 ; Si. Paul and Sioux City preferred, 67; Deia- ware.Lackawannaand Western. .64; Moms and Essex. 105; Delaware and Hudson, 74; New Jersey Central, bb; Heading, lb; Uuio and Mississippi, SIX; Ohio and Mississippi S referred, 70; Chesapeake and Ohio, 117; obihK, and Ohio,... 13; , Cleveland and Columbus, 65; Chicago, Columbus and In diana Central, lbX; Ohio Central, 18,; Lake Kneand Western, 28; Ontario and Western, 28; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and North ern. 60; Alton and lerre tt.ao.te, 17 oaered; Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 59; Wabash, SU Louis and Pacific, 35; Wa bash, St. Louis and Pacific) preferred, 63K; Hannibal and SL Joeeoh. SI If: Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, Iron Moun tain," 4A4i St. Louis and tan Francisco, 324: St. Louis and San Francisco ure ter red, 44f ; St. IjOuis and &aa t rancuco, brst preturred, bit unicago, at. IjOuis aad Mew Orleans. 26 V: Kansas and Texas. 34: Union Pacific, obi , Central - racibc, 7U; Northern Pawbo, 25; Northern Pacifio tre ferred,46;.txraIsvilieandNsshville, 125; Nashville aof' Chattanooga, 58; Louisville New Albany snd Chicago, 102 offered; Hous ton and Texu, 65; Denver and Rio Gratd 6lHi Western Union Telegraph, 104,; Atlantic and aciho lelegrapb, 41: la- oifio Mail, 33 Wr Adams Express, 113; Wells and Fargo s Express, 106i American Ex Sress, b6!4; United States Express, 47; akk silver. 110: v Quicksilver preferred. 58: Caribn. 2: Leadviileri: Central Ari- sona, o; Borne SUke, tHft; Standard, zo ; Excelsior, 17; tattle Jfittshurg, lUd; UnU no. 34. COTTOH. There was a twinkle of light in the tele' grams yesterday: New York advanced quota' lions, following the example set by Liverpool on Wednesday last. The influence of the change was reflicted in our market by a bet ter inquiry, principally from exporters, and a larger sale was made than has occurred be fore since the middle of June. The market closed steady at the former quotations, but with more firmness on the part ot holders. ' YetUrday. Day before. Ordinary 8 a 8 Hood ordinary.. Low mlodung...;.. Mlddllns uood middling...... -e a - (1014 fflOU eme erne -rrii 011 -12 aia- HlddUug rair Market steady, Sales, 625 bales, of which exporters took 465 bales and e pinners 160 bales. COTTON 6TATIMXNT. Stock, September 1, 1S7H 886 406.879 BMselved lo-uay 1S5 ..406.W 107 ..888X110 Uecelved prenousi;.. Shipped today 406.765 snipped previously.. . 388.117 Stock, rnnnmg account 18,648 LMPOBrS. Thnsfar this week 709 Thus far last week ortU 8 luce September 1st 406.379 HeniaMs and Charleston B. B Mwmi.ippl and Tennessee S H . 81 Louisville, Nashville and UL twutnem a. a. Padocnh and Memphis E.B. 65 83 Steamti Wagons and other sources Total- 185 784 . 8,432 .388.117 EXPORTS. Thus far this week.. Thus far last week ... . Bines beplember 1st. Louisville, Nashville and ut. Southern E. B. Steamer norm 80 27 Total.. 107 I BY TELEGRAPH. I The following an the latest telegram of the domestic markots, as reported yesterday to the cotton exchange;, Latat . Stale of - Pne 3 Telegram. Market. KeCpU. . Middling. . Galveston Nomtual 02 11V New Orleans.... Quit. - Am ' ' UMi Mobile iHill. 613 , Hie Savannah Steady. 80 llta Charleston., gulet. . : 72 . 11 Vi wiimtuKton. gulet. II NorfoUt.... Hull. ' 433 " lls Baltimore Quiet. 425 11 13-1H New York Firm. 68 11 Boston- Steady. 120 12 PbUapelpbla..... firm. 16 126 Bt.XouU .......; .... .... The following are the New York spot quo tattons for yesterday: Ordinary, ' 8Jc; good ordinary, 10c; - low middling. HHel middling, llc; good middling, 12?e; mid diins; fair, 130- At 12:10, firm; 2:10, firm; 3:10, firm. Sales, 1157 bales. Stock, 119,715 bales, H '. . ; ...... Ibe tone of the future market was as fol lows: At 1020, quiet and firm; 10:45, quiet snd firm; 11:30. quiet and firm;' 12:35, firm; 1:20, steady; , 2:30. -quiet and , firm;. 3d0, steady. Sales, 44,000 bales. the following shows the closing quotations of futures in the New York- market; of yes terday: - ' : "' Months. Yesterday. 18il070 10.789 .... Day before. ToliIimeT" 10.7aol0.75 January.... February.... March 10.90S10 81 10 8U. July. August... ... September... October 1 U753 11.7a 411-62 11.63 irt!8dill.t) lllBr ia7 10.BO310 2 lO.tJlr? 11.83 ll.Dsan.eu 11.08911.09 lOrWa 10 6rtrJ10.67 10710 6 November. . December. . The New Orleans market oioed easy at ilJJ iot middling. Sales, 300 baiei; receipts, 466 bales. Stock, 64,755 bales, i . Ibe Liverpool telegrams vestsrday report ed tbe market steady; middling uplands, 6 13-16 J; Orleans. 6 15 164. Sales, 8000 bales, of which bales were American. Receipts, 5250 bales, 1600 bales of which were American. The market in Liverpool for futures was dull snd steady; July, 6 25 32d; July-August, 6 23 32 1; August-September, 6 11-164; Sep tember October, 6 17 32 J; October Novem ber. 6 5 16 j. At 1:30. futures were dull, but teady. . At 4:10, Manchester yarns aad fab rics were quiet and steady. At tho close tu tures were weaker; July-August, 63c; Au gust September, 6 23 32d. Ibe following is tbe Liverpool cotton state ment: Sale for the week, 48,000 bales; Amer ican, 36.009; speculators took 1500; exporters took 4700; forwarded from ships' side direct to spinners, 20.000; actual exports. 6000; total receipts, 53 000 American, 33,000; total stock, 755.000 -American, 501.000; amount afloat, 262,000; American, 116,000 Ibe movements at the porta were reported as toiiqws: Tftis TTic hut . Wok. 16.8X1 TJiitWeek LmU Year. Beoelptafor6 days Kxp's to G Britain 12.3H8 13.6.SH 8,27 257. 02 4.219 6.643 1.249 27,454 6,831 276,720 kxd's to uonun'l. JMockon band 171,847 Total receipts at all United States ports. 4.B64.04Z; same date 1878, 4,416,33; same date 1877, 4,213,607. Increase ot receipts at United States ports this year, 448 209. . The following is tbe Hew . Xork compara tive cotton statement: Net receipts at all United States ports.... Same week last year Total receipts at ail U. a ports to date.. Same date last year... 12.000 4200 4,864.000 4,415,000 25.000 Exports from an u. s. ports lor the week. Bame week last year Total exports from TJ. 8. ports to date. .. Same date last year. . 12 000 8,760 000 8,375.000 257.000 175.000 88.000 Block at all U. 8. Dorta Same time last year blocs at au interior towns , Same time last year Stock at Liverpool. Bame time last year Stock ot American afloat for 6t Britain.. Bame time last roar...- . 18.0OC 755,000 E8H.0O0 115,000 33.000 GESEBAL TRADE. The market was very quiet yeeteriay. Corn was in slighter demand than some holders looked for, and offers of samples were received with indifference. Oats were quiet at unchanged prices. Hay was too dead to talk about. Corn meal was strong, but cut ting freights gives some uncertainty. Flour was firm at our quotations, with a good de mand for from family to fancy grades. Lit tle doing end no change in potato shipments. Eggs were never weaker ot lower sinoe Janu ary than on yesterday. Several buyers never attempted to ask more than 8a a dozen. Chickens were in fair demand for good young, and unchanged; old were weak. We repeat quotations of hog produce. Quotations below art for round lets at the landing and the railroad depot, and in elude neither dratage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bar freight and charges up to 1 As time of arrival. Jobbing and store sales ar at higher rates, as they include dray age, storage and profit of the dealer. t'RKD. Corn sale of 350 sacks at 48a. Oats sale of 50 sacks at 36c; u store,4243c Bran last sales at $12 50; in store, 75c per cwt. Hag flit, prices irregular; last sales of new prairie at $7; for timothy, $16 bid; in store. 90l$1 10. Flour and Mkal. Flour superfine, $4 4 25; extra, $4 504 75; double extra, $4 75 4 85; treble extra, $5 255 50; family, $5 75; fancy, $66 25. - Commeal sale of 100 barrels at $2 25,; some fresh meal was taken at $2 15; jobbing from store at $2 30 2S5.:- .; , : - - VKasTABLks, Stw potatoes, la wagons for shipment, . 75c; barrel measure; in store, $1 2a. Onto in store, $3 754 a barrel. Cabbages, $2 50 a crate for sound fresh. - Eaea ahd Bottkb. rEggs lower, from 893, geterally tbe former; poor demand. Butter common, 1012c; medium. 14 16c; Choice, 18(3 19c Oleomargarine. 1416j. PouiAxy-. Chickens, $2 503 25; spring chickens, $1 252 25. floo Producb. Sugar-cured V hams, packed,-1011 MO. Mess pork, fl4 oO Bacon clear side, packeu. Bi4c: dear rib. 8Jc; shoulders, 5jgC. Hams sugar-cured llllo. lard uerce, 75iC; pails, 0J4c: kngs. bj. D ruits and berries Oronyes Paler mo. $o(sb; imperial,. $7. Lemons, $4 oOCg 5 50. Peaches, 25c per Ji-bushel box. . p pies 50c tl a barrel measure for shipping, URocEKixa Coffee.lJW 1460 tor ordinary: 1516: lor fair, 16K17Ko tor good fair, 18ilHo for cboioe. Tea imperial. aa(g 8O0. Rice Louisiana. 7Uc; Carolina- 7K 9a. Salt per dray-load, Uom store, $1 50 per barrel; coarse, per sack, $1 35(31.40; fine, II iUWl io. Suaars Louisiana, open ket tie very scarce. 9K93ac; yellow clarified. 10,10Mc; white clarified, lOMOUc, cot loat, granulated, lljc; powdered, HM(all4C. Molasses Louisiana sugar' house reboiled choice. 5455c: prime. 46 48c: fair. 4245c: syrups. 4oo5a. BABQlXa AKD IXBS BooamO fUXUOM 11 Mc; jute, 2 pounds, ll12Jio; mixed, HJi12c Ties standard makes, $2 50; pieoed aad outside brands nominal. Twine, ISOaJo per pound. linw ass Ukmbnt LAme. a L. a barrel. Louisville cement, tl 75 a barrels Rose dale . n n r 1 - r.. ,1 3 rMe r r. ocmem, oarrei ; x oruaou, so ou. UnKS. Lkather. Etc. Oak sole. o8 aite; skirting, S840c; t rench calf, $4060 per dozen: domesun calf. kViUOT4d per dozen. Hides dry flint. No. 1. 1&: Mo. 2. 15c: dry alt, 14c; green, 67o; green salt, Sw.' Sheep skins, 50ctl 50. Tallow, 4.5c Bees- PSX.20O. Wool. Tub-washed. 86040c: unwashed. L mesnssita tsmily fUUe Market. 'r T Frev & Schilling, of the Southern stock' yard, North Second street, report a limited supply of cattle throughout the week just eloaed, and ia at present smaller than at any time since brst arrivals of grass-fed stock, The demand has been correspondingly light, and ao advance in prices has obtained. We bear of very lew on the road, and should there bo no improvement in receipt during the coming week, an advance in prices may be expected. The market closes strong at quotations, sheep and iambs continue abundant Supply, with advices already re ceived of several projected shipments. The market closes weak, with : a good many left over unsold. Cows and calves are still in verv lisht demand, at prices unchanged. Cattlk. Choice grass-fed, $3 25; good or ass-fed. $2 lbo; medium grass-ted $2 252 50; common grass-fed, $1 752, Thin, tight, inferior and scalawag cattle. $1 25i 50. Cows and calves, according to onalitv. ier bead.-1 12 du. Shkkp and Lambs. Sheep choice, per cwt. gross, $3 7504; medium, per cwt. eras. S2 75(33 25: common, per cwt. gross, $1 502. Lamb choice, per head, $2 75 f&3- medium. rer bead. 12(32 bO; com mon. tier head. $1 50(31 75. Poor and thin sheep, all descriptions,- per head, $1 1 25. IBT TELEGRAPHS NEW YORK, July 9. Flour firm; super fine western and State. $3 504 15. Wheat unsettled: No. 2 red. 5(37o higher; others. 3o better; ungraded spring, $1 01. Cof fee quiet. Sugar quiet but firm; fair to good refining, 7 11 1637 13 16c Molasses in fair demand: Cuba reusing. 343. Rice steady and fairly active; Carolina, 6t(27sc, fork heart: new mess, aid J. liara m active; prime steam, 7.157.20j. Whisky nominal. CHICAGO, Jul 9. Flour dull and nomi nal: winter. $4 50(35 75: good to choice 1 western spring, $4 25g5 25; Minnesota, $4 4 50. Wheat strong and higher; No. 2 red winter. 98c; No. 2 spring Cbic-igo, 95W 95eca8h and July. 9292c August, 89c September, 88c the year; No. 3 rring Chicago, 82aT;; rejectod. 6166o. Com activi, firm and higher, closing easier; 36o cash, July and August, 360 September; i rtjscted, 34c. Oats dull and tending down ward; 25Jfe cash, 229 August, 225gC Sep tember, rxse steady. uj. oariey einy, cos. Pork aCive: $13 5013 25 cash, $13 70(3 I 13 80 July. $13 77 13 80 August, $13 65 (313 67J September. -Lard dull, weak and lower; 6.77), 6 80c cash and August, 6 82 (36 85a SeDtember. Bulk meats unsettled and Tower; shoulders, 5 10c; short rib, 7.10;; skort clear, 7.35c. Whisky steady, $109. LOUISVILLE, July 9. Flow steady with a 1 good demand; extra, zog4 10; extra family, $3 754 25; A Ko. 1, $4 755 25; Choice fancy, $66 50. Wheat in fair de- man UOo.ir "quiet out arm; -ixu. 2 white. "42ic; No7 2 mixedr"39J5. OaU dull; No. 2 white, 30j: No. 2 m xed. 29o. Rye dull; Mo. 2 fall. Vic." nay quiet out teady, $1015. i Pork firm,' $13 50. Lard demand fair and market firm; prime steam, Wo. - Bulk meats strong. 4 75, 7 25, 7 653. r , ' ' , c Or O O , r . o J oaooB strongnr. o oo, o. 07s'.-. ouKmup-u hams firm, 10llo. Whisky steady, $1 07. , CINCINNATI, July 9.-Flour strong; family, old. $5 10 5 35; new, $4 854 90; fancy, $0 606. Wheat irregular and tainy active; prime new red, $1 02; prime amber, 99i - Corn steady-, No. 2 raised, 40ci, 0U steady; No. 2 mixed, 30a. Rye qaiet, 73 75a. Barley nominal; prime fall, 85.90j. Pork steady, $13. Lard qii 6.8O3.' Bulk meats in wd demand. 47J,a. Bwsnn firm, 5J7 858c. Whisky steady. $1 06 Butter dull; choice western reserve,1517c; choice central Ohio, 13 14c. ST. LOUTS, Jaly 9. Flour higher; double extra, $3 603 75; treble extra, $4 504 65; family, $4 905; choice to fancv, $5 10 5 60. Wheat opened higher, but closed lower; No. 2 red, $1(31 00 cash, 94Vt 95koJnlv. 90, 9191o August, 90. 91M89o September; No. 3 red, 91 92c; No. 4 red, 83s bid. Corn higher; 3434o cash and July, S4a August, September. Oits higher; 24o cash, 24o July, 2222a August Rye dull, 62c bid. Butter firm; dairy, 1720c. Eggs dull and lower, 67Hc. Whisky steady, $1 08. Pork opened higher, but fell off; $13 60(313 45 cah, $13 45 bid July. Dry salt msats easv. 4 65,7 10(97.403. Bacon easier, 5, Lard lower, 6o asked. - - -. : - ' - NEW ORLEANS, July 9. Flour super fine, $33 25: double extra, $44 25; treble extra, $4 504 75; high grades, $5(26. Corn demand fair and prices . higher, 48 52c Oats quiet, 3435c. - Commeal quiet and weak, $2 25. ' Hay scarce and firm; prime, $16 50; choice, $20. Pork firm, $13 75 14. Lard steady; tierce, 74; keg, 80. Bulk moats scsroe ' and 'firm; shoulders, loose, 40; paoked, 55o. Bacon scarce and firm; shoulder, 5Sc: clear rib, 8j8ic; clear, 88o. Sugar-cured bams ia fair demand and prices higher; can vased, 1011H- Whisky steady; western rectified, $11 10. Coffee in good demand; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime quoted at 13M15c Sugar quiet hut firm; quoted, common to good common, 6J7fc; fair to Tolly fair, 7i8o: prime to choice, 8 8c ; yellow clarified, 83o. Molasses dull and nominal. Rioe quiet. DRY GOODS. BT TELEGRAPH. NEW XORK..' July 1 here is an im proved undertone in the market aad a better itqoiry for some kind of fall good. Cotton good are in irregular demand and price are still unusually unsettled. Medium and dark print are in moderate request, but light prints are quiet. Men's-wear woolens are luggisb. but cloaking, repeitant and Ken tucky jeans are more sought for. Foreign goods are dull. TLIiOW-FTB CVB1S. The National Board of Health, VX THKIK PUBLISHED BE PORT, BAT TBI CAU9B Or THIS DI&XASX IS Bo poisoned by breathing the vitiated atmosphere o malarial Infested districts. All know tbe Kldnevs and Liver are the cleansers ot tbe blood, and If these organs are kept in a healthy condition, Yellow-lever can, and will, be averte . That tnrse orransanbekeDt free from disease. and at all times In condition to well and faithfully perform their duties. Is a matter beyond dispute, cavil or argument, and It Is equally true, that a free use 01 WABXEB'H SAFE KIDNEY & LIVER CURE, j j. in connection with ; i WARNER'S SAFE PILLS, will actually compel these same organs to perform their allotted functions, and bene, as a cleanser of theb'oed, and a preventive to Yellow-fever, we have e Besiranon innnenrut it t tee pernio. - , PRIVATE COUNSKI.OB. 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.j A rral&rt' dtMMel Utd aptrallr qnallRed phTskac uia tha SOMtWulfW aw w wan nil farms of PRIVATE. lariKAS or CHRONIC and - SVAL D1S rbp6rma.torrliea u&nd Impotciacy M tbsj TfMtt of ssrtf-fAtMsw ka wecth, uerasA setwi in Ta TdVvmrs, o-otrr csmava aad produriirS tsxfof tb M i rffecta: Nernwavoess, St-Wita! FmrsvioBB. (tisrt mnt iis by dreams). Dimaswi of fctpht. Defective Slea.iJ. itf txltesj, Piicptecou Ksv. A verto to Socirr" el iTr.l , Coafosio of ldf ias t Bcxul rnr, tc.. tv-d-rinj umatt Urjtrup- ot npT,T. vrw IhoreurW aasi psrv jmtly cnr. SYPHII IS t?-' " slrf iv erKttr& jysniu grttcn;.. QOSOrrheisV, GlEET,rw OrcAiiU, Beraisv, vor tquri. ftks sand othjsw- yriTsst diiwsnsj qicly camd. 1 sa w rrskP Mftrrttf tbU aphj sicUa wbo pyme" MwraOsf' t ivnatoi etmsH ssf dlMtswesv svrxt trvUnf tbotuaixls sina ST. aVftllrM KTTSU aAUL PhTSt aMaOtaetw.; rr. UM XfxvmmmA fwrrxrsrii to mj estre. W hf it to boosiTwBt&t ta Tit I tiw Ur brtmiaMBt, TMe4m-j cab fee Mtu priTtfky u. ssafolw by smail t eipres styrjTw. - . Cnrf OiiAraAtocd ia all Casec . nrdwtakens CtaiuitaUtoo pcrwaswlrsj w y latur frvst and tBrhat, CbargM rissssMintisi nil osOTsssBaiiasiHoe ortoriy swatdeftlUl. PRIVATE COtTNSZXOR ! Of stN pacwa, t t toy taddresa, swcurrly ealea, far tfavtt ' 90) eeats. Saoultl be nat) fcy ail. - Address ai at TKCSTtfiK' MAL.KS. NOTICE. T WILL. on BTaadaT. thai th davef J aly. X leisvVvofler at publie sals at tbe Courthouse door In the cur or Memphis, or virtue or tae power eon rerred upon me or a deed of trust executed Jutr 11, 187 1. and reeontbd la the Beglster's offioe ot Shelbr eountr. In Book No. 102. oase 371. to secure eertaln Indebtedness therein mentioned, and tbe aame being; past due and unpaid, the follow Ids land, viz: A part of a tract of land formerlv owned br James C. Jones, lrtng In tbe twelfth dvll dlstrlot, hi ranae 7. sections 1 and 9. beslnnios at the south east corner of a 600-acre tract, part of a 5000-acre traet. which said nuu acres was conveveo 07 jonn f. Hickman and Edwin Hickman to 8. and B. Klm brougb, bf deed dated July 22, 1829; thence west 77 chains and 42 links, a stake on tbe east line of Patterson's 1000-aere subdivision; thence north 69 chains and 64 links, a stake in the State line road, A7ft links north ot a sweet sum marked K; thenos south 63 dec east Z2 chains ana zi imsswiin ine eeoter ot said road; thence south 77 deg. east 20 chains and 60 links, a siake; thence south 64 deg. eat 87 chains, a stake; thence east 4 chains and 82 links, a stake; thence south 88 chains snd no link to the bestnnloc. eontalnlns br tbe oilslnal deed 416 scree. The above land has been sub divided b Sarah W. Jones into lots, which said plan Is ot record In tbe Beglster's office of Sbelbf county, Tennessee, In Plat Book 1, page 83. I will sell, br virtue of said deed to me executed, lota 2. 3. 4, 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, 11. 12, 13. 14 and 15 of said subdvlslon. I will sell all the right, title and Interest, both Vasal ana eoultable. of Sarah W. and Felix H. Jones m and to said property. All equity of redemption Is waived In the deed by tke grantors. The title Is be lieved to be good, but I will sell and convey aa trus tee only. SBar bale to commence at 12 m. K. sf. HBABN, Trustee. Fllppln ft FUpptn, attorneys. 85 Madison street. IrasteeSale. BT deed reoorded In the Beglster's ofBee, In book 127, page 577, James A. Swain conveyed bl residence and six acres on tbe south side ot the Afempbls and Charleston railroad, near GUI station, about 2Vs miles from Mempbis, to Charles Kortrecbt In trust, to secure tbe estate of J. W Quenlcbet tbe Davment of a note for twenty-live hundred dollars and tots rest, given for part of tbe purchase money of said place. By virtue of raid trust dred aad a de cree of tbe Probate Court, affirmed by the Supreme Court in ease of Meriwether, guardian, versus swam anrjointlna- me trustee, vice Charles KortreohL de ceased, I will, for tbe purpose of satisfying said note Interest and costs, sell said residence and s z acres OaThwraaav, Jnly , lsa. within lecal hours. In front of the coo rt bouse door In Mempbis, for cash, to the btebest bidder. Pur chasers will be required to comply bv paiment of tbe money Immediately after tbe sale. Toe right of redemption is waived, ana uue oiievea u be i feet, but I eocver only as trustee. Tbe place ta high ty improved; Testdenoe of eight rooms, stables and other oolhauses, and a variety ot fruit trees well se lected. H. & AYIRY. Trustee. Minor Meriwether, Alt' J. B. D. Jordan, Attorney ror ewain win, NOTICE. T hzribt notify tbe Doblte that I have lost or L mislaid CertlDoale No. K61 for thirty shares of stock In tbe Memphis Boiiauw ana savings associa tion. 1 have applied for a duplicate eenlflcale of stock. Tbe.mlglaal eerttOoate not being Indorsed, a noli and void, isati LCUUS oTaoaas Yellow Fever 3 5 . JHUl InL i!i2 RIYE11 HKPOKT. Klvera aad Weather. Tho following official table gives particu lar concerning the condition ot rivers and weather at all important points: '- Omci stomal BsRncn D.B.ll MaaPHis, July 9, 1880. f Above low Changes. "A BTATlOHS. " mM' Rise FalT " Feet Inches inches inches Cairo 84 11. Cincinnati. 10 5 2 Davenport..... 10 11 .7 Dubuque 12 5 '4 Helena ... aa 5 ' 15 ......S Keokuk.. 14 4 6 Leavenworth 15 9 8 Utile Book 8 2 23 Louisville 6 Mf-atiDhla S IS) Nashville..... 18 70 New Orleans 7 6 1 Pittsburg 8 4 28 Sbreveport, 11 7 2 SL Louis 25 4 2 Vlcksburg 28 7 5 t Below high water of 1874. Low water, bench mark of 1879. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. ..- Time. . Bar. Ther Wind. Weather 10 am. 30.14 76 a Fair. 200 p.m. 8007 88 aw. lear. 9.-00 p.m. 80.05 81 8. Cltar. Maximum thermometer. 91 des. Minimum thermometer, 73 deg. BT TELEGRAPH. I ' WiS DkpT, BlSNil, Bmtvics, D. 8. A KMT, : Fbidat. July 9. 1880. 10:08 p-m. Flaee ot Observation. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weath er. Dir. I Force. Chattanooga ealveston... Indlanola. .. 30 08 80 01 80.02 29.97 HO 04 30 00 77 83 82 80 80 77 80 78 74 79 W. SB. 8. 8. & Gentle. Clear. Clear.' Fresh. Fresh. Gentle. Oentle. Fair. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Nashville . . Cum. r Calm. . New Orleans! 80 11 Bbreveport . 30 03 80 09 80 00 a 8.1. Gentle. Gentle. Lalm. viCKsourg. .. LltUe Bock Nasetillb, July 9. River tailing-, with OJ leet oa tbe shoals. -v- . 1 Wxxildio, W.Va., Jnl? 9. River 7 feet 3 inches, and falling., Weather clear and warm. .--.,..-,. . - ' ' VrcKflBUK, Jaly - 9. Weather oloodv. with light rain tbisevenins;; thermometer SU deg. : Kiver risen 4 inches, (to boats up. Arrived; Grand Tower. -1 CiifCiNHATi. J alv 9 Noon. River 10 teet 5 inches, and rising slowly. Weather tair and warm. Atght Weather clear and warm. River 10 leet 2 inches, and falling. Pittsburg. Julv 9 Noon. River 3 feet 6 inches, and falling'. Weather clear and very warm. Night River 3 feet 4 inches, atid lalliog. Weather cloudy and hot. St. Louis, July 9. Noon River about stationary. Weather cloody and very warm. with brisk ram this mormnar. i JoW Kiver stationary, with Zi feet i incbeson the eaoire. Departed: John Dippold-snd . barges, J&em Urieans; bte. uensvieve, Memphis. , Louibvillk, July 9 Noon. River fall ing, with o feet 7 inches in the canal and 4 feet 7 in the chute on the falls. . Weather clear and tut. Night River falling, with 6 feet 5 inches in the canal and 4 feet 5 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather partly ciouay ana not..- a as in ess ami, 1 t Nxw Orlbass. Jalv 9. Weather clear and partly oloudy, with light showers to-dav; thermometer B4 aejr. Arrived: Ubanes u or gan, Cincinnati. - No departores. The fol lowing steameis are receiving to leave to morrow 1 City of Alton, St. Louis: Golden Crown and Charles Morgan, Cincinnati. Etahbvtllk. July 9 Noon. Weather clear and warm: mercury 75 to 85 deg. River 14 4 10 feet, and falling. Business light Up: Will Kyle, 2 a m. No boats down. Nights Weather clear and hot; mercorv 89 deg. River 14 3 10 feet, and fall ing Up: Virgie Lee, 1 p.m. Down 1 Paris (J. Brown, 0 p.m. Cairo, July dNoon. Weather clear and warm, luver rising. Arrived: Janes How ard, St. Lonis, 4 a.m.; Andy Baam, Mem phis, 4 a.m.; John A. ocadder, Jew Ur eans, 11 a.m. Daparted: Andy Baam. Cincinnati. 5 a.m.; John A. Scudder, St. Louis, noon. Night iiiver ,.d4. teet -1 mcb, and ruing. Weather clear: thermometer 00 deg. - Ar rived:' Gold Dost, St. Louis, 4 p.m. novesaesitai tke Levee. ABBITALB. James Lee, Friars Point: Cons Millar, Cincinnati ; City of Helena, St. Louis; U. r. Schenck, CincinnaU. . . - BBPABTUBB8. City of VicBsbarg. St Louis: Cons Millar. Cincinnati; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Batesville, ot. r rancis river; James Lee, r riars Point. BOATS DUB. Down James Howard. fpR. R. Springer. BOATS LBAVIBO THIS DAT. Cincinnati R. . Springer, H. U. Hart master, b a.m. Nkw Oblkahs James Howard. J. H. Pepper master, 5 p.m. , BBCBIPTS TBSTKBDAT. City of Helena 100 tons miscellaneous freight. U. P. Schenck lot furniture, 483 sacks corn, a brls whisky. James Lee 00 sacks cotton-seed, 70 brls oil, lot merchandise. Coca Millar 121 brls floor, 186 brls meal. 606 sacks corn, 42 sacks bran, 45 brls whisky. 140 boxes glassware, 474 pkgs iron, lot mer chandise. laseal Part Netest. Packets cleared yesterday evening with fair tripe. JtUther slim in the way of business on the wharf yesterday. Keceipts by tbe river yesterday were ou sacks eotton-seed. The government suige shows ., a rise of 0.10 since last report. There was not a single bale 01 the staple received bv nver yesterday. The 11. H. Benner got away for Vicksborg y-sterdsy afternoon about two o clock. xesurdaywss another roaster, aad folks on the levee caught the butt-end of it along toward the shank oi the afternoon. Work on the leves extension is not "pro gressing to the satisfaction ot anyone, nn A..ll.l. it U that f IUA the U. P. schenck. from Cincinnati, passed down yesterday evening loaded flat. She added here 110 barrels potatoes and a lot of sundries.- f he hearty Jim Howard is due this after noon from St. Louis for. New Orleans. She lett port with over two thousand tons and nil have tilled oat probably by tha tame she reaches here. The John B. Msude is the Anchor-line packet to-morrow morning for Cairo and St. Louis. Captain Harry Brolaski and Captain Billy C. blenker are in charge. Her hour is ten o clock sharp. ine uons miliar departed yesterday even' ing for Cincinnati with 55 bales cotton, 100 barrels potatoes, 16 bales paper stock, zo.UUO feet lumber. 150 packages sundries and a fair list of people. At ten o'clock this morning the Gold Dost. the popular Anchor-liner, will leave for Yicksborg and the bends. Details of the campaign can bs had from Adjutant-General storm, headquarter on tbe whan boat. The ft. K. springer, uaptain Henry u. Hart, will pass up this morning at six o clock for all points on tbe Ubio river as far as Cin cinnati. The springer has brst-ciass pas senger accommodations. George W. M Coy Dresides in her office. A colored floater was taken irom ine water vesterdav near the Anchor line whartboat. An inquest was held, and the body is believed to be tnat ot John uoran: who tell over board from the tug Desoto about three weeks since. . Later ia the day another, a white man, was lowed to the foot of Washington street, where an inquest was.held. Verdict in both instances ' accidental drowning. . reraeaal. . Sterritt Pfccer is clerk on the Pittsburg wharfboat at Uincmaati. CsDtaia James Keniston returned to Cin cinnati oa the Cons Millar. It is said to be settled that Captain George Lennox is to come oat in command ot the new Citv of Providence. ' Pilot (Jbarles uwens joined tbe u. ir. Schenck at J Caiio, relieving James Kelso, wbo returned to Cincinnati on account of sickness. : - -- Mrs. J. D. Moore and children left on the Cons Millar for the north. Mrs. Moore is tbe aoooroplisbed wife of Colonel J. D. Moore, of the Vint sninklo. Mr. George Winchester, of Natchez, an d Miss Courtney Leathers, daoghter of Captain T. P. Leathers, were married in New Or leans Thursday night. Mr. C. W. Barber and wife. Mrs. C. B Cotten and Miss B. Osborne, for St Paul; Mhs Josie Jaaiases and J. W. Willis, lor St, Louis; and Miss Lacy Fox, for Memphis, are coming np passengers oa the John a. Maude, due here lo-night. . - riekea Cs AeUrin. Tbe wbarfmaster at New Albany receives twenty per cent, of bis collections tor com pensation, snd it yields him only about twentv-five dollars a month. The Belle Memphis is on her way to Jtnar- I aonville from St. Louis, where she is to be I dismantled. She was built ia 1866. Her hull will goto New Madrid as a wharf boat. Mr. Charles B Bateman, government en gineer, who built the dyke at Evaneville, has been in New Albany several day arrauging the lines tor tbe construction ot the dyka at Portland bar. The contractor, Mr. K. C Penn, of Amelia, Ohio, has arrived and is making active preparations, to, begin opera tions. . A large quantity of 'timber has been received at Portland, including cribs framed. stone, etc. The work will begin as soon ss sufficient quantity of brush-corn can be ob--tained. 'Tbe dyke, will begin below the Port land ferry landing, run at an angle of forty degrees a distance ot one thousand feet. thence tail down the shape ot the river. ; Blah Water at 8A Leala. The Globe-Democrat, of Thursday, says: 1 he appearance of the river is now traught with danger to unprotected and .low places. Though it is not rjsiog immediately here, it continues to incrcsse in volume above.,r The fliw of .waters through the sewers is bo great and proceeds with sreb a rush that old ot weak , sewers are in immediate danger of buratingaed, if such proves the case, the low yards bounded by these conductors in the upper portioBsfthrmtynew the river bank will be flooded, and, ss a. consequence, business will ' be suspended. The grounds below baulsbary street are -now almost en tirely kubmerged,.and the water threatens to mass lunner inroaos. inn lunioer puea in this vicinity is being rspidiv carried awav. Already a great deal of lumber has been lost.': and, unless the remainder is protected, it will be swept off within the next two or three days. Buckleyville is now under water, and tbe inhabitants have been forced tclibandon their homes and seek other quarters. , .r Tew beats aad Barnes. The Piasa is at Cairo with a broken shaft. The Ohio river towooat Joseph H. Bigley is reported to have been purchased by the Mississippi Viiley transportation company, and it is said that negotiations are now pend ing for the purchase of the Smoky City by tbe same company. - OTBHESTS Of OCEAS 8TBAHKB8 New York. Joly 9. Arrived: Adriatic. from L'verpool. Liverpool. July 9. Arrived out: Gslla. from Mew York; Mississippi and Canadian, Irom Mown-gai. - UKALTU, KTKsNUTU. K1U. af5 Tears Before the JPubllc THE CErJUIHE Dr. O. XIcLAIIE'S LIVElt PILLS I are not recosnsneaded as a remedy "for all the ills that flesh is heir to," bat in atlections ot the Lrver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, sad Sick. Headache, or diseases oi that character, they stand without a rivaL ACUQ AND FEVER. No better cathartic ca b used prepar tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative tney are nnequaieo. IttHXl OF IUiTsVTIQXS. The eennin are never su ear-coated. -1 Each boa has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANES LIVER PILL. Zach wrapper bean the signsrnres of C McLakb and Flkmtno Bros. SS- Insist noon hannf the srenulne Da. C McLANirS) LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BltOS Plttsturrh, Pa the market being full of imitations of the name Mclean e, spelled ainerenuy dux same pronqnoaUon. INVALIDS IJUJ i ri'i 1!KH gQHQ IHlEAIblHl, STRENGTH ADD ENERGY, OCT TBI 083 OF DBOG8, ARE BS ITEDTO.SEKD FOB TKS CLCCTrWl mV. AS ILLD8TBATED XrUB KAL, WHICH IB PC BUSHED FOB FREE DETmBUTlffS. r TREATS opia HKALTB, BTGIKSE, sod Pi al Caltnra, sod Is a oompl eocyclonedt 9r tm aT a aivasns soa uwh woo luner i . Bt"HTrt eUkd Ptftsuftil tHaeaaaa. Krary that baav Opoa bMls and bomao happliwaa. asttaoisoai id mm paBai moa uw muiT qoea- cad by t a ara ai ' iiipwbsH UTBrfKBL aroo para awfamsreai mtmmmva, and wmlrjabla lnforriiaAKxi to BsTwad tO all 1 to IksMd of medical advios. Bclaa mwma M adkrin. mo4 ihissrat tmt RlsBtftrfcl l raraa mm fusBswnsrjsi usr vsmu imaunvskiauss to UbW- mtmmmmft mtm tteif oosaBwdareri and x YOUNG MEN And othen who ewUm Srom Imn and Ffevrteel . biluy, Low e Manly Vigor, fnm1.ii KzbaaMka and Lh nuv riona. floMMMHoMol Mrlv lndi.0 tton, sra cfsaiaUy Dneflleil by eouoltlDg Ma COOKOH. . Tha ELBOTKIO MVIKW svphms the omiltlaBtaS fnnd. pnotioeil byqaeekasnd medxsl tanpmtonwbo profeu to praauas sieraiiM,n iml point, out lb. only &fa, Mrapla, dbctlra madtoHattth, Vlgax ana Many hv Rnd mar adc ti Bodily SMtp. , . . . 8nd yoar addnai oa postal esrd fcr a copy, ana formation worth 111 n nrll will taaaaoS yoo. to formation worth llinl nrll will ta AOoraai, ina paotiaiHn, PULVERMACKER GALVANIC C0M COR. E16HIM & VINE ST BEETS, CINCINNATI, ft Bowel Complaints. A SPKIDY AND IFKKCTOAL CCBX. PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN-KILLER Has Stood the Test of Forty Tears Trial. Directions with Each Bottle. FOR S4T.B BY M. URCWITS IrfKDIClrVAlU POSITITK CCBg Without medldoe. ALLAN'S SOLUBLE HEDI- CArro BQUaiBa Patented Oct. IrJ. 1876 OneDox No. I will cure any ease lo four days or lees. No. 2 will cure tbe most obstinate ease, no matter oi now long standing. No nauseous doses of eubebs. eoDalbs. or oil of sandalwood, mat are eartaiu 10 produee dysDepala ny aesooying ue eoaangs oi me stomaen. Price. SI 50 80LD BT ALL DBUGGIBTi or mailed on iveelnt of price. rot rurtaer ramcuiara sera lor circular. P. O. box 1533. J. C. ALLAN at CO.. 83 Jobn reet,ew rors. We offer $500 rewaid for any ease they will not eura. yales, safe snd sore care. TkSTIMONT r BKDUHl -T3 - We have been selllna Swift' 8Tohllltic aoeclOs for yea s, and re gard it suiwnor toanytning anown to science, tor me diseases for which It la recommenced. We have navnr known of a slnsle fallu-e. 8. t. Cassels, Tbomasvllle. Ga ; L.F. Greer A Co.,' Vorsvth. Ga.: HnnL Sankln A Lamar, atlanta. Ga : rVmberton. bamueis ttemoids, auauta, ua,; Daniel atarsn, auann, ua. Atlasta. Ga.,J1t 4.1874. We have used Swltt's 8yrhllltle EDnclflc In the treatment of convicts for the last year, and believe It Is the only certain remfdy that will effect a perma nent cure for diseases for wbicn yon n-commraa il GB4NT. ALKXiNDKH A CO. 81000 BSWABD will b. pid lo any cbemlst wbo will Snd. on analysis of 101 bottles of 8. a U, one particle of mercury, lodlae potassium, or any min eral substane. Prepared only by the swift specific CO., A lanta. Oa Sold by a MArr IFLP a CO. KUIloat OF YOUTH. Sleine erne for tbe sneedveureof Seminal Weak ness Lost Manooou, ana nil aiseases orougni on uy youtarui indiscretions. Address Davidson at w., 7 Nassau STreef. rvw totk. a. ilH HPKCiriC RK!i;illK! rRADC uARKTheUreatKs.rgADl MARK sriiwB Beaeiy an unfailing cure for Seminal Weak ness, Spermator rhea, Impotency, and all diseases that follow, as a seaueoee of Self- Abuse; ss Loss of Memory. Universal IEF0RE TAIIIaULaasKwlo. UAFTEI 1 Ill 6. toe Baca. D. niness oi vision, rremanire 1 1 1 aae. and many other diseases that lead to Invalty of Consumption, and a Premature Grave. Full partic ulars In our pamphlet, which we desire lo send tree by mau to every one. i ne opsone a ecu cine is soia oy au druggists at si per pacKage, or six pacaagea for S5, or will be sent free by mall on receipt ot the money, by addressing - TBE 8 BAY MEDICINE CO.. No. 10 Mechanics Block. Detroit. Mich. Sold In Memphis by M. H. Knox and U. C Battle Wholesale bt ft. W. Jones A Co. prescription free Clor the aDeedr Cure of Seminal Weakneaa. Lee VTIor the a peed r Cure of smlnal Weaimeaa, Lrei Hsn nooa. rrairanire ajotjiiii w. m arrvauaneas. Ieapondency. ConfttMon of Irlras, AweraioQ to Socie ty, DefectiTe MtsmorT.mnti ail Disord era Brought oa by Secret Habile and Kzoesaes. Any druBgiat baa the UlCraajeilia, wirat, UK. ilAVUtS at tuM tao Was Sixth rhrwetCCiNhiTLOHia rKrcKiiTio rut::, rpOB THX 8PXSDTCUEB of Seminal WoeitaV I? Lost Msnliood auk sll titsorders brotutit oo b Indiscretion or Any aruggist dss toe mgrs Stents. DR. JAUUK8 4C0.. f OA v.. C3t. rir.- tpiu,uuu rpo BE INVESTED on Diamonds, Watches and X Jewelry at PHILIP SIMON'S LOAM OPV1CK, SlUadlsoo street. Old bold and BUver boiaUiL 1M(L Haaauer I Go, JW ACCOUNT Us? THIS JLAK1S IXCaEK UV UUB Who sale 10 - We wlU, after SELL.TO MAY. 1. 1860 Wholesale -Grocers : . 860 Frent atreet, Cotton Factor3 and Coniniission Ileronants ! : i - - i ISO 1 Urawier 'street; 'Aew Urlemna, Xo. v ; TTTI HAVE OF1NXD A FKBMAHXlTT BBAKCH Of OltH HOU8I AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET TBI V V wants of our trade, and eooslsxunents of cotton will have earaful stent) on. . : : r - : p ; r- - H. UHKACVJ St. B. MSCApBAM.' " J. B, FOMTOH. srafflSiiti ' j ' - J- .. '''. 't A . ( 6 p 0 cfer$, J) a A1ID QAILT No. 9 ITnion wtreet. : : AHDKEW STKWSBT, AJIDBBW jsew ssrstsssisj, 1 TSTORTr6OTJE!C0,? WHOLESALE GROCERSl COnON FACTORS ; Nos. 356 aaa 558 Front -. ABD4- Stewart Biotuers Cotton Factors and Coin iriifwibn Xleixlianta. ij WHTAV OHfaP3t COTTON PAOTOES And General Coiiiinission IlerchontSv oh. 302 and 304 Front CEMENT! Lob1j,tI11 Kosedale, LIME! PLASTER! - St. Jjonia, Alton, Cape and Glencoe. Mlcitlsaa, Iowa flew Tork and Imported Braids. FINE PLA8TEKS A SPECIALTY. I THORN A nFWKIWH, 309 and A. C. Treadwell. - A 1 IS. Treadwell. GROCERS & COTTOH FACTORS No. 1 1 Union street. Memphis. Tp.nn M.H. MAUFACTCEEKS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldinffs, m m m farw SV wT Wr. a ; A. mm TA A m . Si Brackets aad Scroll Work, Ronxn and ALL KINDS OF D00BAND WINDOW FRAHEiT.f" Nos. 161; 163 and 165 Washington street. Ih&oxirTSXiJjBs. i E BOYD & SONS, COTTON Will Remove to 264 Front, cor.Coiipt, July 1 0th MANUTACTORIB OF THE HPTPBT A iPPTI A VJJJJAJAwfAlla&AJLJAaf 1 AMD DBALBB IB Louisville Cement, Boaeadale Cement, Fire Claj, Fire Brick, Portland Cement, Michigan Plaster, ia-r. ao W JOXZQa9JCajB brocers and Nos. 371-373 Main street, MemDhis. Bl. UsvU Jmmm B. BwlUwaua. M. GKAVIN &Gb. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, And Commission Merchants, B 3 13 etrx3. 884 lBrorxt streets '. Katwasa Aim ul lifiiim Our L N. RALNET devotes his wnole tuns lo tbe Weighing and Sale of all Cotton Intrusted 2 our eharsa. We have oar own Cotton WaivAranse, earner Waanln -too and Seonnd. J. K. GOD WIS. L.D. MDLL15S. Jr. . R. GODWIN k CO. Cotton Factors and t '. -1: - , ,:;l vj r - 336 Front street, Part in Istr Bt?sttoB rt1we'4heliassdllsiKf rotto while lis wtted A. VACCABO. B. VACCABO." A. VACO IMPORTERS uu nes. Liuuors anu umars, 1 ' . - I faV ivr. r n A mnnvi . Ilf ATnmltlSm. i Nd OSS 4 ArTOllI JU.Om.TJma, Bus mess TSONL3J HAN SCHOOUJEUAJiAJJER ULCIV: and Cotton Factors. Wiiplil, Teancnaec, - tt 0 nEacto nis, ageijtg; Memphfiai, Tenn. s. I r. Bl. BL4KIRY, - SSeBBBkla neaipBis, HU, Memphis, Teni- N &C6., IilBisJsMiSw'.l---Jl-.L.".. street. HI emphia, Tenn. Enjlish and American Portland. :'' .'-'-' 311 N 'lSlh Ni. m. Ironist. Wo S. . Treadwell. - ' T w.1 Wti STst W SIT W il . If STa T mmmmr Pressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths. Etc, TexineBaee. FACTORS, Coover&Go aj jCsv irpiESagJiriEa TAB AMA T.TMTi! 1 I11.AVJL1.XIJLJU. aVUiuu ew Tork Plaster, Hair, Africa, aav iug oiuor, etc., TTT-w-ii-f; SBity??-t ....... . TwTs?-rri.T3la1 Bl udtton r actors Taws), dsurlv. . J. Clark. MeClLLUM Gonimission Merchants 1 " ' i i ' -'- f cor. Union, Memphis. A. B. TACCABW AEO & CO. aHO DEALERS IH " . 8. a.