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TltE MliMP!MlB- DAILY UPA.Ii---SA.TTJRIAY. AJtJOIJST M3 X; R8Q.
A) Bail wai record.: FINANCE AND COMMERCE. The hanK of tone in the cot,.?;.J?,e' becomes more pronounced every da ' i1, word mM in most or yesieroay-seiea;ru,a. mo added Its third" adnm this week, and a third Za.r.i UM M New York. Quotations aavancssj .usrvr l '"""'. "YLir ', X2rt. it tu- iun nd. there Is a loll cent difference between September anl ctter deliv eries. In our market mere was only dullness, as there ts a want of order. The quotations were re vised an, wit the exception o ordinary and good uTtMvaeeed. Most of the cotton offeilng ere Is of lew graes, which are not In dema d; bet ter eotleavwtlitang quotatlona readily, 'iwo more bal of w cotton arrived, one from Herberts LaiMllBBVUstSMlspl, and the other from Arkansas. ""W" ' xaurday. Day before Ordinary g Good ordlnarr 23 bow cuddling gJYTP Mlddllne Qeoii middling ,. g.1,?8 Mtdanns rair j.. ..- . ... i ,ne KbImi all tt inlnMN - Awrsev quiet. , oaiw xai COTTOS 8TATKMKMT. toek,B?Dteinbl,i187.......--.-- :.- - 8-, -a tiu -en--livi -12- jyjjisslojslyx Shipped to-dar amppeu previously. ... 1290 ...400,475 409 029 401,771 Stock, rirmtritaoeeanti.JJ."-- - ,i i IHP0BT8. Thus far this week. .... . . Thus far last week fUnosaatiteMberlel . Mem phi s ah Cb arteston B. R .-. a . . . . nUstsslDpt and Tennessee railroad.. . Memphis and Little Bock B. B. Psducati andJtesBOluaB. B. Steamers .. ... Wagons and other sources. I iiow J.::..i.'Ai....-....u.-.s..;. ? fj ; i !,ixpobt&; , i; i Thos favOlisirirV-- a is.... 1QUI IH lan ............ 3lnoe September 1 st. -.y . , . ...... ynnhtft and nharlflfltOTl R. R Louisville 4 Muhvtlle Great Southern B. IB. . - Totals. .v................. ,..... ' " ' " fy TKUBQRAJ'H. '0 following are the latest telegrams of tba domestic markets as reported yesterday to. the cot ton exchange: , i -78 .-, . ' ,' 538 289 rt.yj. 409.243 ...;.." 21 , ; a 2 .,v B :.:n ., 8 l,40.i 401,771 ir i- 125 1.171 -1 iO'l Latent Teicuramt. Galveston.". New Orleana. Mobile.. Savauaah..... Charleston Wlltnliigion.1.... Norfolk ewlUmoaa-.r m ... .. Sew Xort, Boston... ......... BbUHdeloilla..... St. Loul". ;f Mate of Market. Firm. Strong, firm. Steadj, Firm. jrirm. Firm. . 21 . 125 ' 41 Middling. 11- ! II1 11- i im 117-1 i i?i ! uvs 11 11 16 12 Vi ! li- ArriTSt ul Depart a re of Tralaa. Trains on the Padocab and Memphis road move as follows: Mall leaves dally at 4 DO p.m. Mall arrives dallr at 9:30 a.m.. Trains od the MempbU and Little Bock road more as follows : MaTt Jeaves dallf at 40K) p.m.r-fretgbt ..11.. 0..r. -a, .1 . J A m MbII AIW rives dal lj t 4fi p.m.t fjelgM arrives dUj.xvl oeptounar-.T, an:io pjti. '. - - .c... Trains on the Memphis and Charleston road move as follows: Mall leaves dally at 11J15 p.m.; fast mall and express leaves dally at :50 a.m.; eomer vllle acoommotiatkHi leaves daily, except Sunday, at 5:45 p.m. Una arrives dally at 1 1 :20 a m. jfast mall and express arrives dally at 8 p.m.; Bomervllle accommodation arrives daily, except Sunday at 7:TraJnmoo ''the Mississippi and Tennessee a4 move as follows: MaU leaves dally at 12:80 p.m.. Bands accommodation leaves dally, exeept Sunday, at 445 p.m.: freight leaves dally, except Sunday, at B:00a.m. kalllrrtvee dally at 9 a.m.f Bardls accommodation arrives dally.exeept Sunday.at 8.-00 am.; freight arrives dally, axcf pi Sunday, at 4:00 P Trains on the teuisvllle and kashvUle roai Mova as follow: Express leaves dUr ll:lnip.mv,:.mall leaves dally at 7:40 a.m.; St. Louis expreas leaves dally at 1 :25 p.m.; Brownsville aecommodv ' Louis express arrives dally at 1:10 pja.; mair ar. rives dally at 40 p.m.; BrowrMvttlw aeeeuntodar tlon arrives dally, except Sunday, at 8:15 am. Sat urday the express runs only to M'Knzle, connecting forNasbrille. . superintendent, an rerualut to notify (hit tglof promptly Qf .coaxon 9f .1"" - - , . " . Per nalaaelueaaral. : , . Work on the river-front connectioa b.pje- fffMalnff ranldlr. , . , Chicago, fxcnrsioms's are beginninz to. straggle homeward. - ; n ' Contractor FUyna is shnoiaff up the porth and south sides of the Chick's bluff with earth Croat , the levee railroad grade. , ' . i. . Basineia at the diff-nPt ticket blQies was mn oulet vestardsv. the exertiona of the asenta : being eosflaed to (rylog expevlent 1 keeping 'aooL " E-trlv in the co-run? month the MemDhis aad Cbarlerton wilt Inaugurate' ar series ot ebeao . . auuraUina into, ma cur. uetaua oi wuicn wiu ue - given later. - - TnBw bacraire-room b iilt bv the Vicks hitnv &nrf UnrlilfjLnBalleM Afimasnv. at theTICka- bun depot, is uearlyempleied, and looks as neat and trim and pre' ty as a picture. ' " O New Orleans Picnuune. TTnirsdatrr Tne frehtbt war continues and wlib unabaled fury; the f ralgot department ts now alarmed, and sue rray ii hot and bottr MT th . IhlrK .rt, worse there will be no need for the sbipperta ask for rates; , be can fill In his own, aad thesgeDt vrtlislga nls bill -r ot lading. a ? st if CsdUio B. P. R-bsnn,6pfMnrH!?er eht mu UamnhM anil nharlMtan: annoonces an exctrr- slon to St. Loul'i "fare only seven dollars the round trip, and iickscs gooo ror aiietn aajs iromw morrow, twenty a-oood Instant, when, passengers mnststart from here, leaving at 0:50 a.m. There will be no sleeblog cat oeceDitary, as Uiarus lamade .tadajltght., a ; t . m i t g A aYz'n now covhes fF an Satirw "nMr pattern have been but la service on the New. York Central road. The snala are ail finished In cane, non bains unboluered. and then are arrange slra- f liar to ihoseon the New-York elevated railroad, vnth the center seats a'ong the side of tbe ears. There are no pa tibia bfiweei tbe windows exoept In the peeler, where there are three Quite wide ones, thus affording ample space for mtrforp, which ere placed inaiHa Tne wntriu windows tr extra wldt.V.slob. togsther with the tact that tbere are m(r narrow strips ot wood between them, make tbe sides of the eoacnes appear to oe nearly an oi giaas. , i :. The Rail fay World save 'hat arew'anH rather novel experiment which b being made on the Eastern rallroau this season Is the ninnlog -of a special obair or between Boston and Gloucester for the aceoatmodntlon of b ielnens men who go iu evey morning and out every evening it contains iony five ehaira. which are sold for the season for thirty ' six dollara each, belnc the aamsas ehaned for the peason presage tlckeu , These are tor Lhe season tbe exclusive property ot tbe purchaser. The expert meat has proved very popular, all the chairs having beed sold ear'y In the season. Tbe car Is not an ex neiMlve one. but Is built with most seaalble regard for oomfort and ehevrful effect, and Is unquestion ably a good Investment. . .Tint hpfnre a a!road train arrirs at W New York station men rle and crowd down the aisle toward lhe forward door, acme because. Hue the tailor, they are arxlous after a long sitting to rest - their legs, and some Deouse met ecaseiuauiy anx louitoget a gootr place ahead. Ladles, Ahildreo and salient eentletuen do not Use- until, the Halo stops, and then they are In all luetics and decency entlilea io me piece in tue njo-wQinrwwww the time nen tbpy rise, mere are men, nowevar, . - ho. not bUi ucrd to traveling, botoilably aud arac- tiaii dineiHim this rleht. au crowd ahead, er-o agaiaat ladle, without reward to anything but thmMlwfl Thr are to he found on all trains. and ibrty are not easy lo avoid, but the mr-Jorlty of " men wbo are deeent accept Uirm only as tbey ao- eept elndera, smoke, invaiia wtncow-catcnes ana other ugly nuisauces. . " Chleese Siertswcatcti. inn A nin.t 90 Th I Wftnl V-firl .,t.nBi MMtl n' ih Ch:nu i HnfTjfortriwea'arn mini makea -e rewarHiib'T favorably showing. Tbe gross earning.- were 17.349.?49,' Including - among other things. S3,7H37,S42 from passengers, . and Vi.K7.Hl iroiu frrlebt. The operating ex nananaand taxes were. S13.289.181. leaving the net earning at S4 080.167, a surplus after paying - oMri ndo(t'2.i Mli!l. i Be lncrea In earnings over tast year was 32 788.427 or nearly 19 per cent. Increase inoperatlng expjDses, and 7 93 per eent. met ease la net tunings, which waa 11,792.- The Heiapbla aad Mebll. ThfTntHTisas Cirt Journal enrnre "back at ih rmiu rtrv rintet as follows: "The Timet want to kuow what UR become oi ins jnempuis buu ntr bile railroad, rererring evidently to a road the real n.tn of winch is tbe Kansas Cliyand Southern. The Journal can give tbe Information desired, upon the authority ot HJor L. B. fuller, chief-engineer. - Motbtng Is being done at present. Mr. i. L Brooks, lor the construction company of which he is presi dent, sought to close a ox-tract to build the road, hut ma nt succeed in maklns satisfactory arrange ments, and tbe Intention paw la that tbe Kansas rit ,nH rinuthern railroad comnany shall E0 ahead this tall and bulU eighty miles of road. Mxjor I Toth torelgtr exports, 8,815.635; last year, 8c . . ... . . i . t. - )... Iklaalll harfnn.1, I ... . , l . . ...) I M UlieT WlUaS IUV ItWVV ,nn, ww win ire uwo w , 441,9; JW WHJTO 0,dOIO- 1 AAa mnn. ana L n ;il inere is uioia iwisuii uvw w wucw tmii mm nu iu a I i niLixi oaim uuna, " the road will be built than atany Other Umt."'' "1 teoTme date 187874.922,748; same date 1877. Taiiwranh. lOfltt: Atlanlle and PaclDs Telekraph, aj.. Padfle Mall.41ii: Adams Express. 115:- Wells Jt Farga's Express, 108;. American Express, ' 57Vxl United States Express, 4itj; Quicksilver, 12i; Quicksilver preferred, -15ai; Caribou, 10114; feadnlle. ltd: Central Arizona. 95t: Borne Stake. 82; Standard,' ami: Excelsior, io; Little Pitts-: burg, 4:Omaito.a2-" : -3 ?1 I pd - 'KBA'li-TKA If K. BlVEK KKP0KT. The following are the New lork spot quotations for yesterday: Ordinary. fcsie; good ordinary.- nxe; lam Bilddllna. Illao: mlaollOK. llc; good mid dling; 121A0; middling fair. 13c At 12:10, Arm; 2:10, Unenangea; a.m, una. oaioa, ui wwi eontraot. 100 bales. . Stock. 72,130 bales. I The tone oi the unur raaia was u louom: it in.-m lUn - flrmt 12-15. Arm: 1:30. steadR 230, steada, SA0Jrrf . 3ales,j 133,000 Tbe following shows the closing quotations of fn- tures In tne ew xorg maraet ream roar : Months. January...: .. vebruary .-Marew, s .. . Aprtt. ,u. ..... august...... September,.. eelober....i.. jtloreuibar.i.. T)eceint)Cr. T . . aterday7 1083910 84 10. 91310.98 11 09dll.ll 11.2 1 iJH.22 11.881189 118311.84 10 83dl0 84 10 70310 71 10.7rfrl0.72 Day before. 10.73910.75 10.7H610 78 11.00011.02 11.1411.16 .11.70a11.7a 11 18 10.739110 74 10 8210.63 10.621210 63 Tbe following Is the New I oik comparative ootton statement: ' . . . I Net reoeluts at all united Slates pons.... ,. o.ijw Same week last year 4700 Total receipts at alio.-fi. porta to date. . 4,822.000 Same date last year. ; 4,4t,oou Exporta from all U. S. ports for the week. 2 J ,000 Same week last year ! J 1.000 total exporta from U. S. ports to date... 8,84o 000 same aaie last year. '."."yx .-Hook Stall U.S. porta.... 184.000 Same time last year. ; 86.000 rtock at all Interior town. 17.000 Same time last year -S'lSS SU)CkjtLiverpooi....i..,.v..v I o'."''" I .in. time lul vear... I 427.000 Stock of American afloat for Gt Britain . . I 48,000 Same time last year..., I a. uuu Tne New Orleans anarket closed strong at 1 10 1 or mtddllnc Sales. 400 bales: receipts. 125 bales.- awek. 80,507 baleaf I . Tbe Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported cot ton firmer and a fraction higher; middling uplands. 7 l-lrW: Orleans, vt oaies, lu.utru oaies, oi which 7450 bales were American. Receipts, 2600 bales, 1200 or wmcn were American, i - Liverpool ftitnre at nooa were strong; August, fl 15-82, 81-32 7, 7 l-82d; Auguateptember, 6 27-oa, ri 'dW aa. O 81-ao ; oepiemoer-vicwwjr. nin 82, 6 21-02, 6 1 116d; October-November, 6 9 82, 6 ll-82d; November-December, 6 5-16, 6 ll-32d; December-January, .Fi-oruary, o o iwi. i m j.u: August, 7 1 16, 7 8 82d; August-Septetaber, 7d; September-Octeber, 6 23 82d. At 4:801 August, 7 1 16d; AiMusteptember, 6 81-32d; September October, 6 2M 82d. AI5d5: Fotuies closed weak; September-October, 8 11-16, 8 21-824; October, 6 13-82d; November-December, 6 6-16d;3)ecembei-Jaouary, 6 9-32d. - - 1 Sales lor toe weex. ni.uuu oaiea; expgnera um 8MO,peculakmuok 8500; torwarded from ship's tine direct to spinners, 8700; actual exports, 6900; total stock, 667.000; American, 443 000; receipts for the week; 17.500; Amenonn. 15.500; stock afloat, 154,000; American, 48,000; satis, 44,000. Toe movements at toe pone were reponeu follows: - - -- Week. Becelpt8for4days Sip's to w. Britain Kxb'ato conun t. Stock on hand .v-.. 7.850 13.658 . 1,0941 133.7041 iail . aai:- 11.3981 n3 145,041 This Week Last Tear. 4.754 6.616 200 88.385 TBS Fnixlt at im jhvw v wsm mm . Of thr atrnr!a in New Orleais' the Time of Thursday says: The freinht war between thi Great Jackson and the Louisville road Is belag quietly yet stubbornly fought. Up to this writing tn LouiKvllle fo'ks have not seen Mr. Morey's cot. hut ulh am hnnnd to "see it." or sire ud the -Hunt an unlikely occurrence a red-noi, fight rant be looked tor. Tbe following table will convey - idea of the extent of tne eat tf lhe Jackson rjpoa eoSee, rice, sugar and molasses bom this city lo the potnta namea: . tnereBwe- oi vemvvn m uiiira port this year, 486,688. . i- W . To St. Louis.... ... To Chicago........ To Cincinnati To Sauna. rid Xatt,QutIhij&JJ . . . . m j l t ....35 20 ...82 ft 80 25 . T:t vi omeral Vrntsht Iwnt Morev. of the Wekaacj. to 1 forma tbe Tuna that bis line has been forced Into this fUht. and It pushed In It hard, the passenger war will be bu; as a skirmish engagement to toe general battle, thai will oacur la the freight fight be- ure tne ena. ' il'Mere Aboatt JtahlanB,iIi, A anerirtl tr!evram to tbe Cincinnati Ga a fmm lmlsville sava: The Gazette1 special die- . patch salug that there waa no louudatloa tot the rumorinai tienerai-xrauiw-aiuKri owunowi resigned was correct as far as u went. i ne lacia in tbe cane are about as follows: Coiooel Stablmandld intimura tn the mamtzemsnt ot (lie Louisville and iiiahiiiA ihHt be eonrnmrjlated lendertlie his reslanaUon at an early day. At the sollciutlon ot the management hi accepted a leave of absence fmm ma tnaimfixtttllltlfia ror twelve mootba Instead. Tbe ottleers of tbe road hope that a withdrawal from tbe resronstbllltiee of his arduous position frosnrhiiA win enanle him tn reeatn his health. which Is areatly Impaired. During his abaenoe - Tine President Alexauder will have -full control ot : the . Tnitive deoartment.. also the e mmer- ' clal Interrsts ot the road. - General A'ea- unHr :eii.irn(Mut ahilttv as a railroad htanaser. - togethei w th oM conseivatism, augurs well for talk road interests touin n e vuiv acuaoBaiu time and again mat a rate war was useless, as It was senseless: that there-wss renin and business . ,n.vidh All the line, and Instead of auarreilnft- tbey should work in barmooy, each oolug his best to develop lhe whole eouutry. . The sentiment et tbe peoplf hereabouts Is tbatall differences between tbe f,,in, nj NKntiville and tbe Cincinnati South- era and the late w.ir Jnst now raging between tbe Chicago, St. LOU'S nun Jiew unraiw mm uis Vuie ana rsasovuie, win soon uo njuaw-i,, am ma peace aud qu'etand ageueia: good feeling willxlst as long as Vice President Alexander has lull coa tml of lhe tranic as well as executive departments of tberoad. v. mmmmmm,mm " " A CARO. ' ,. To all who are. suffer lug from tbe errors and Isida ereCons ot reuth, nervous weaknesa, early decay, lose of manhood, etc., I will aeod a recipe that will cure you. FBKB OY CHABGX. Thfa great rerttedy waa discovered by a, mlsatonary to South America.-! Send a leU-addressed envelope to the Her. Josxpb I. ISMia, Station V., tow Tor City. Thet was too masb aoietnde arirobr'the banks yeeterday for more news to be beard amoag them than ibal discounting Is becoming ttielr busiest department Nothing was reported of local stocks ot securities; not a word waa te be heard, of Charles ton? railroad stock-- i Tbe New York parim re-j porta: "Notlficailon has been received Utat 1.420k 000 gold eotn haa been started lor this port from aarope; ano unless some oi iDeBuipuieiw u. repeated In the reports, there must be fully 16,000, 000 gold afloat oo the way to New York. A great many nrsi-ciass inwima iiiivau cvmow tc been rec-ntlj taken for European aeoount, and are yet being takea, which Is one of the reasons given lor tne larger estimates veo.".""" Ir" of tbe amount of gold that will be Imported be tween now ana the close or toe year. .nm" out banks quoted at par on New York and other prominent eastern points, s". U discount; selling at IA premium. On New Or ilan. li rfiannurr aeilins at Dar. Money Is loaned aw abort data at 6 to 8 pet eent. Shelby county scrip Is Quoted at 90 ouying, wo wmiuik. Sham enuntv bonds aelllng at par; atem- . un. Dantf nf 1 IVuniMM puis aas w, i ...... - - iteck per:' State "bank stock at pan Union and Planters stock 110; Mempbb? and Charleston railroad stock, last sale at 83; Memphis Fire and City insurance atock, 75; Bluff City Insurance stock. 80 bid; Mississippi and Tennessee first mortgage bonds at 129: do. second mortgage, last sale at 110. Memphis and Little Bock first mortgage bouds at 96.-. . ' , r,.., ,-in . Outatde of trroeerifa and provisions 'tbere was no activity lo tbe market yesterday. Offerings were moderate and the demand light; In the even ing 600 or EOO sacks arrived. Only ooe lot ef oorn WrfSln the market; It brought SOe. Oats were offer ing at 36c About 400 aacas of bran reached the landing too late for the day's market. Corn meal was neglected. Eggs were 14c, exceptionally 15e was paid. Hog produce was again higher, as noted In our quotations. We advance tbe quotations of eoffee, and made a alight change or two In bagging. ouatatmn Moi ore for round tot at V ing and at the railroad depots, owl metude riettfter drayaoe. ntoraoe, nor other expenet outnOe-of the bare freight and charge up lo ins time oj jm. Jobbing aud Uore rate areat higher rate, a they include drayagt, storage and profit of the dealer. FEED. Oorn sale of 1 10 sacks at 50c; la store, 523.640. Out last sal at 85c: in store, 893400. Iran last eaie at sio in store, initout im. Hay -sale of 50 bales prune timothy at 1 . FLOUR AND MKAU-ffewr- superfine, J4J94 2o; extra, 4504 75; double extra. S475A4 85;lreble extra. S5 255 50: family, S5 75; fancy, JWrJ 8 25- Vornmeal-at: Loul, quotes at 52 IS; job bine from store at 82 85. . - J. VE9ETABLB3. few Potatoes, to wagons, 603750 a barrel measure; tiA store, SI 25 weet potoe. SI 5032 a barrel. Onions-ln store, 88 fiOSdJ 3o a barrel; Ohio river. S2 1082 15, andSb2o.a bushel In boxes. ioo66ecr, 85 a hundred Head for fiesh and fine; 83 Tor common; $2 a crate. ' . .- EGGS AND BUTTKB ifyoa easier at 14c, small packages 15c iiutter corn mon, 10ei4c; medium, lSaiSc; choice. 2022c; ereamery, 27 28. Oieo margarim, 16r217c ... POULTRY Vttieken In fair supply lOOng, SI SQ 3; old, 82 50S2 75: roosters, 82 2o. , jruuira AKU BISIiniW-uraWi VI. S4 5025 60. Peuehes, 80e tier tj bushel boa for fine. 'jlppr lntore,81 2581 75 abarrel. NUT3-Peanut-tied, 8i6e; Virginia, 7f27W; per pound.' Alntkdx, 21t222o per pound. Pecans, 12ai8c accorolng to size. Brattl nuts, loai lc pel puund,V 6ers. 125ef, pound. 4 Fatul,jlt)e per MLSCELLANEOUS-Homv. S33 25 4 barrel Grits, taa'd 25 a barrel. Cider Missouri, 89310 a barrel. Whits icon medium, 81 60f 1 6p; navy, 81 7591 85. Drud apples, 6r?6 pej pound. Dritd peachc. 7c per pound A'aUo. 83 35 rates. aOGPBODUCl'S Mens pork, 817 60. JjMoon clear side, packed, lOlie; slear rib, lOo; Bhout era. 88. ifw-siigar-eured, 12SKiai3c rsajtfut Xaconi&llVtc iori-lleico. 9o-, palls, 93o; kegs, fic Jobbing rates, 10315per cent, above these Quotations, which are for large uantgles. GBoCKlK3.-Cof7fe: 18Aa 1 5e tor ordlniuxl 89 1813 for fair, I717t4e for good lair, 18rJ)18W f choice. Tea-imperial, 653 80c Mice Leuislana, 7tsc; Carolina, 7a90i , o-per drey load, from store, 81 50 pet barrel; coarse, per sack, SI 85 1 40;fii.e,81 701 75, otMrors-Loulslana, open kettle very scarce. 9Vi99e; yellow elarllted, 10 103e; white clarified. 1 We lie: cut ; loaf. Ill:; granulaied, llc; powdered, 1 1 14 1 1 Vic -Louisiana sugarhouse reboUeu choice, 54365o; prime, 46ffi48c;talr. 4246c: syrups. 45955c. BAGGING ANDTIES.-M9!7isr-tlax,liailVV!; lute, 192 lbs., HVs912Vic: mixed, U.2c Hen-standard makes, 82 50; pieced and. outside brands nomlnBL Twine, 18920c per lb. J I,IM B AN D CM SNT.-itnie, 81 a barrel; ' Lont vtlle cement, SI 75 a barrel; Bnsedale cantnt, 82 2o a barrel: foniana. o o.: , HIDES, LEATHER, ETC. Oak sole, 138940c; hemlock, 279300 per lb; harness, 36939c; skirt ing, 88940c: French calf, S40960 per dozen; do mestlc eaU, 830945 per dozen. M ide-Hn flint. No. 1. 17c; No. 2, 14c; dry salt. 18c; green, 897c; green salt, 9c Sheepskin, 60c3$160.j Taitow, 4Vr?5c Seanttax, 200. - WOOL Tub-washed, 86940c; unwashed, 259 28o;burry. lOrlloe. j nesnpbla Dally Cattle Market ' Frey ft Schilling, of tbe Southern atockyard. North Second street, report:. Tbere la ery little change to note In lhe condition of the market. Be eel pis have been light and barely equal to current oemands. Prices are a shade stronger for the bet ter grades and unchanged lor common ana medium qualities We quote: . . . CATTLE Slews, strictly gocd to extra btrtcbers, common to fair, and medium, S292 60. Cow and Heifers, 8253, according to size and quality; thin, light and Inferior catue, all descriptions, 81 2o9 I 60. ' Cow and Calve are dull; sale at 816630. SHEEP AfiD LAMBS Are In full supply and lower; receipts In last twenty-four hours 500 bead. We Quote: Aeep-Bast mutton qualities, S3 60 per cwt, gross, ranging down to 81 50 per head tor common. Lamb Are In fair demand at 494Vae for good qualities, and dull for all others. ' HOdS-Are In fair request for smooth, fat, small welahts, say 100 to 160 lbs, with rone on sale of any description; first arrivals will sell -readily at 495c , TELEgRApB y j " NEW YOBK. August 20 Flour dull; superfine western and State, S3 4094.. , Wheal-UDgraded .,.nno WKn. t'xitfett auiet. but firm: Maracalbo Quoted at 14917c. Sugar active and firm; fair to good refining. 7S4i97BC Molasses quiet but steady, rtlce fairly active. 1'ora about 25c per barrel lower, closing firmer; new mess, 815 90916- Lard firmer; prime steam, 8 8098.42Vta . , ' CINCINN VTI, Auirust 20 Frnnr easier but not quolably lower; family, 84 5094 75: fancy, S59 6 75. Wheal weak; No. 2 red winter, 94995c; no. 2 amber, 89990c Com excited; No. 2 mixed, 41 &42C, oata stronger; No. 2 m'xed, 80931c. Bye n.imf. No .'A. use. Barlev strong: No. 2 fall, 90c Pork quiet: h;ld at 816 60. Lard strong. 8e Bulk meat stroog, HffiHWc Macon strong. 9549 10tc Whisky active. Arm and higher, 81 08. Buiter firm; choice western reserve, 15917c; choice central Ohio, U316c.r-.-t ,7. :r:-:s LOUISVItLe,' Arjgost 20.-Flour quiet; extra, $3 2593 75 extra Tamlly. S3 7594 76; A No, 1, 84 7595i choice fancy. S696 60- Wheat dull, 8598SC Corn firm; Ho. 2, 489448, No. 2 mixed, 42c oats dull: No, 2 white. 31c; No. 2 mixed, 30c Bye firm: No. 2 fall. 80c. Hay In fair demand,- 810914. Pork firm, 816. Lard strong; prime steam, Sic Bulk meats demand fair aud market firm. Bacon demand fair and market firm. 6to. 999&8C. Sugar-cured hams, 12Vfeo Whisky active, firm and higher, 11 08. ' ST. LOUIS, Aotroet 20. -Flour about 5c off. Wheat opened bigber, declined, and closed better; No. 2 red, 95Sa95l4e cash. 95l9955 August, 91 9905sf?91c September, 9H4990Ml9ltfee Octo ber, 90t990991c November, 89j989!a89(fee the jear; No. 8 red, 84985te; N 4 red, 82o. Corn unseUled; 851i(?:i5uie cash, 86936986M.e September, 87i4887a87iie October, 37i4937i(tje Noyerober. Oata higher; 26e cash, 2593rc Octo ber, 26a November. Bye higher, 75e bid., Whisky hi her, 81 09. Pork firm; 816 asked caehi August and September. Dry salt meals strong and belter, 6.80. 8l9Sc Bacon higher, 6, 9W99fe99ttc Lard nominally higher. 1 CHICAGO, -August s 20. Flour quiet, but firm. Wheat unsettled, but generally lower; No. 2 red win ter. 92tJ5 No. 2 spring Chicago, 87987 eash, ShSbs aepwrnber, 89a October; No. 8 spring Chlca go,'79980e; rejected, 609650. Corn unsettled and wer; 89MM cash. 398C September, 40ta940e October: leieeied, 88c uals active, firm and higher; 25 cash, a5Uo September. 2610 October. Bye firmer, 70c Barley firmer. 78a. Pork active but lower, closing strong; 816 50918 75 eash, 817 Au gust and September, 8U 85916 90 October, $13 the year. Lard strong; 8. 1598.20c cash, 8.209 8 22W SeMember, 8 271498.30c October. Bulk meats unsettled and lower; shoulders, 6 60c; short rib, 8c; short clear, 8fC Whisky steady, SI 1-9. NEW ORLEANS, August 20. Flour quiet and martin. SHAa VS: double extra. 8494 25; treble extra, 84 509 4 76; high grades, 84 87Vl9 6 75. Core lo fair demand, 58965c. Oats higher; held at 89940C. txrnmeai quiet, ts ou. mi higher; prime. 819920; choice. Silt? 22. Pork scarce and rm, 816. Lard higher; tierce, refined, held at 9.1599 25c; keg. 9t& Bu'k meats scares and firm, 690tc. Bacon demand ralr and prices higher; held at Wi. 10310Mrc Sugar eured hams firm; eanvased, lHi912ic. Whisky steady; west ern rectified. 8 191 10. Coffee strong; Bio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 181i91614o. Sugar In good demand and aeak; kettle, 6e; yellow elan fled, pWc. Molasses dull and nominal. Bice quiet and weak; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, 596Uc ; ' -Klrera aad Weather. s Tbe followinsr otEcsial table pnves partica Iars oonoemlDg the condition of rivers and weather atall Important points: f L OFFlCa SI8BAL BKBVIOB U. St A. I MaaPBia, August 20, 1880. 1 8TATBUV Cairo........ .. CtnclanatL..... Davenport.... Dubuque Helena Keokuk Leavenworth. -. Little Book... Louisville HwsBBhla... Nashville...... tNew Orleans.. Pittsburg...... dhreveport.... St. LOUIS.. Vlcksburg.. Above low water. Feet Inches 10 . -9 a 8 12 8. 8 ... i 12 1 16 It 0 a 11 1 a 4 1 B 1 "lO 7 6 Changes. Rise 1 Fall Inches Inches 4 88 1 2 8 8 t 8 Oalnm hlch niler nf 187 A. -'' Lew water, Imrteh mark of 1 879. 31 Below bench mark. . . . ' mm , Time. I'tjar. Tber Wind. fJJ Weather 7KK) am. 29942 io" - 8. Clear, f -. 20 p.m. 29 880 91 8.W. Fair. M-00 p.m. 29.846 S4 8. 1 Fair. .Minimum thermometer, 76 deg. BY TELEGRAPH. Place of Observation. WinDirff, 8iial SkSTioa, U. 8. army, i FBlbAT, August 20. 1880. 10:08 P.m. f n 1 mn i Wind. t Weatn- boi. .xuer. Dlr ) ForeB. t ChattaDOOga 29.84 80 S.W. Galveston... 29 89 - 82 8.E. tndlanola... 29.89 81 8. Louisville... 29 77 . 84 &W. Memphis.... 29 86 83 8. NaabvlUe... 29 88 81 B. New Orleans 29 91 81 8.B. Shreveport.. 29.89 .82 rickeburg. .. 29.91 82 8.E. Little 'Bock 29 92 82 3.W. Gentle, Fresh. Fresh. Freeh. Fresh. Fresh. Gentle. Calm. Light. Clear. Clear. Fair. Cloudy. rait, t T.t.ralh. Clear. Clear. ' Fair. Gentle. (Clear. NA6HY1LLB, August 20. Biver 2 feet on the thottla, and falling. 1 WHEELING, August 20. River 4 feet 9 Inches, and stationary. Weather cloudy and warm, NEW ORLEANS, August 20. Weather dear and wanrmhermometer 90 deg. No arrivals. , Depart ed) Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati. - PITTSBURG, August 20-JToon. Btver I toot 9 Inches, and rising. Weather cloudy and cool. Night -Btver 1 toot 11 Inches, and rising. Weather cloudy and warm. T1CKSBUBG, August 20. Weather clear and warm: thermometer 89 deg. River fallen 4 Inches. Up: K. O. Stanard, 6 am.; Golden Crown, 9am. Arrived: Grand lower, 8 am. CINCINNATI, August 20-Wixm. Blver 9 feet 8 lnch-s, and rising. Weather showery and warm. AigU-Blver 9 feet 8 Inches, and rising. Weather cloudy and warm, with rain this afternoon. " EYAN8YILLK, Angrjst 20-.-Blver 8 8-10 feet, and falling. Little business. Weather clear aad hot; thermometer 82 to 90 deg. Night Blver 8 6-10 feet, and failing. Weather cle tr and not; thermometer 80 deg. CAIRO, August 20 Woon. Weather clear and hot. Arrived: Plaaa, Memphis. 8 P m.; Cons Mil lar, Cincinnati, 10 p.m. Night -Blver 9 feet 11 Inches, and tailing. Weather cloudy, with heavy rain this anernoon; thermometer 84 deg. . 8T. LOUIS. August 20 Noon. Weather cloudy and much cooler Blver falling steadily. Night River fallen Inches, with 11 feet 6 Inches by the gauge. Weather eooier. Heavy rain at i o.mu. nu showery since. Arrived: City ot Greenville, Vlcks burg; Beaver. Memphis; W. P. Halllday. New Or leans. Departed: Ste. Genevieve, Memphis. LOUISVILLE, August 20-JKffM. Blver 8 feet 11 inches In the canal and 1 foot 11 Inches In the chute on the f alia, and stationary. Business good. Weather net, sultry and cloudy, with rain-storm at 2 P m.. accompanied with vivid lightning and loud thunder. Arrived: t) olden Bule, Cincinnati to New Orleans; James W. Gaff, Cincinnati to Memphis. neveneeate ea the lievee. ARRIVALS. James Lee. Friars Pclnt; City of Helena, 8f in . . ..Uellalwid K -(laaaca. Beoresantlng tbe choicest ..aelcoted Tortotae-shelL and Amber. . Tba llghest, htndsome&t and strong est known. For sale In Memphis by C..L. Bird 4 Co., 275 Wa'n streeT. THIS PAPEB jfKrafflfl ge'v GOODYEAR'S LIVER -TONIC j tSU iiTer Tonic for Inaigeetiwa, . tFVM Liter Tenlc for CosUTeness.' t3Ce Liter Tonic for. Headache, ;' t-Use Liter Tonic for Sour Stomach, rw-Uae Liter Tonic for Dizziness, 4-v pTCn Liter Tonic for Faintlug Spclle : V Use Eureka Chill Tonic rn- mn wrnAfA nf femes, and removtna all Malarial imiii, fmm thenvntem: enlargement of the soleen :' :' pad swamp teers yield readily under tbe Influence . 0j inui ionic owe, at sua pd. -i--- Goodyear's Comp. Extract Bucin -aiaVjvjr.11 diseases the KIDNEYS and BLADDKB, and diseases la ttdeotal to FEMALES tot weak- neasea ailslig Ircm excesses or tnuiscreuon. TegetaWe' Toiiic"speciflcrill8l Debility, Gravel. Strictures, and all 1 Joaea by Seit-ooilutlon, aucb as Loss of Memory, Palo In be Baik, Dimness of Vision, Spermaton hea, etc Prtoes, S2 60; o boies. So. . All of the above- for sale by L. Carmaek. For rest City. Ark.; U P. Grant, Helena, Ark.; J. L. Frost. Mingo, kr. W.N. WUkarsoa Co.. Whaler pale Arena, Memphis: ' J- k. w. ttouuiaAM. utanon ' - , - iVtearxngx. Balance. August 20 .s..t 89.462 74 1fi.617 89 lowllhla week- 224310 17 63,63 60 4etallast week...... 266658 60 i 67.66 14 Total week belore.... 308.011 08 7392 29 - I BY TMLBORAFHA PaBIB, August 20- Beolea, 85L 60& NEW ORLEANS, August 20.-Slght exchaage on New York, $2 50 per 1000 premium. Sterling ex change baoKers' DU13, W. " T LONDON,' August . 80. Consols for money, 97 1--16; new 5 106; 4Vss, 1184. 4s. 113V; Illlucb) Central, 114, Pennsylvania Central, 0XH4; Erie, 43; seconds, 94; Beading, 12V NEW YOBK, August 20 Money market easy at 2Ui per cent ; closing, 2 per cent. Prime mercan 11 r..p AlAner eent uiinfexcbange bankers' bllla steady, 414: ueinaira, wt uuiciumwn bonds quiet but steady; Untied States coupons of 1881, U4i;i new 6s. 102ifc; new 4 15a, 111; new 4s, l69; Pacific 6s of 1895. 125. State securities dull and nominal; Louisiana IVsfl, consols, 461b; Mlatourl 6e, 11014; (. joaepu, lunp uueieu; n-annMM tu. old. an oflered : Tennessee 6a, new, 86; Virginia os. Pld, 20; Virginia 6a, new, 20; Virginia oonsols, 85; Virginia oon-ois. - preiecreu. luovy. Ballrews tjooos were strong auo kiivo. 00 w n.rkAi is enadflrm. and the entire list advanced ivteadlly to U.e close ot baslness, the highest figures a, ih. Ha, h.1,,0 Mnetttllv enrrent In tne Anal deal- IrjgSv. The advance ranged from f& lo 2 per cent, the coal stocks being most prominent In the lm- uovetoear,! nannewan wim w" vj cent. In the early transactions, but' recovered 2 pet cent at the close. The greatest activity was In tue seal stoeas, aiannauan eievateo. uuiu auu msais- alppl, Grancer snares ana nicaigiui wjiumb umum Arizona sail looks as It an effort was being made to Increase short Interest. Transaction aggregated 166,000 shares, ot whleb. 2700 ware Central Arl eoaa, 83,000... Lackawanna. 8080 Delaware and ErleT4400 Haanlbal and 6k Joseph, 2700 Iron' Mountain. 9000 Kansas and Texas, 4v00 Lake Shore, 0000 Michigan central, 4400 North western, 6600 Nashville and Cbattanooea, 12 000 nm i,mt aientnti. Z4ini new luni vuim. inii Northern Paellic, 2300 Ohio and Mississippi, 2000 Paelhc Mall, 2000 Beading. 6000 SLi Paul, 1100 St. Paul and umaba. 1500 Union Pad tie. 370 W abase Pacino, lWJii western i nroii, ira hfu Morris and Essex. Tne Quotations were as follows: Central Padne bonds, ll2i; union r-acinc nrsia. ll'-'la; cnion racine wiiuRiMiw,iioiwuiin, ta ctile sinking tunds, llWsoflered; Lehigh and Wllkes barre, 120; St. Paul and Sioux Lily firsts, no sales; Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, no sales- Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central sec onds no sales; Erie seconds, 90; Bock Island, lllftfc; Panama, itj; ronniuiw u; ni. lior Illinois Central, 1115; Chicago. Burling. ton and VJulncy. 180Va; Chicago land Alton, llo; Chteaeo and Alton preierred. 125i New York Cen tral. 133 U: Harlem, 200: Lake Shore, 10; Caoada Southern, 61; Michigan) Central. 9th, footi; Northwestern preferred. 12014; St. Paul, K9ta? St. Paul preferred.' HOI; ek. Paul and Omaha, 446; t- Paul ena Omaha pre ferred, DOs; inwmw: w jiiwwwiuops, Morris - and., Essex, . UOUu... Delaware and .w,.r RKii:' iCfW Jersey teiittaf. 751; Beading, Ulan- Ohio and Mississippi -6;.-Ohlo and Missis sippi preferred,. 76ti; ChesarjeakavandOhlo. 18; Mobile and Ohio, 22;- Cleveland and Columbus, 71VS; Chicago, Colombus aad ladlarla Central, 17s; Obio ueotrai. aiiv "rr v. ' 7 ' Ontario and Wesb-rn,loei; Burlingtoa, Cedar Raplas and Northern,' 68; Alton and Terra Haute, 23; Alton and Terra Haste preferred, 75 J Wabaab, Sh 1 .i. nH iiu.iai 411: Wabaah.SL Louis and Padhe preferred, 71; Hannibal and fc. ioeeph, 871; Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 80: Iron Moun tain. 56te offered; ot- Louts and San Francisco, uu.- m. 1 Ana and San Fraoetseo D referred. 461. at 11,1 and Han Francisco, first Drefd. IHXk. Uhl- eago, BL Louis and New Orleans. 841); Kansas and Texas. 87; Union Pacific stock,- Co; Central Pa elite. 764; Northers Pacific, 3; Northern Pacific, imfer-d? Mil: Louisville and Nashville. 107: Nashville and Cbauanoof a, 73I&; Leuisvllie, New 1 Abany- and Oacaga, 11W Mouatan and Texas, 00; fearer aoa asiHmmii ewmuuwi -'. DEI GOODS " IBr TKLMQIUFHA , nw vork. anrast 90 Cotton roods are steady demand, and the prices of leading makes are unchanged. Prluts are In fair request, and ging hams ana areas goous continue iu p-uuu iwuiiuu, c-hlrts and drawers are moving steadily, but hosier! Is quiet. Clothing and woolens are In moderate re quest. Flannels are doing fairly. The lobbing trade U stead! y Improving. , . KIUSEY PAD.! : Mm A discovery which earea by the natural process, A8ORPT10V. all diseases of the KMeeya, tfiadder. ajrlav ry Ortsss aad Servns' Hystem, when nothing else can. It la comfortable to the patient, positive In Its effects, and the first cure 1 01 those painful and much-dreaded a flections. Dlaitetea and Hrlghfn tiaease. while its cure ot Gravel, Dropsy. Catarrh ot tbe Bladder. Brlckdiut Deposit. Painful Urinating, High-colored Urine, Nervous Weakness, and Pain In the Back, seem more like miracles IQaa oases of natural healing. j j-. DRLICATK rKvll,H ' v or victims of wasted or prostrated energies, eaosea by Irregular habits, tbe abuse of nature and mental or physical oier-exertlon find their greatest relief In the use ot DAY'S ElDNKY PAD. which strengthens and Invigorates, ana restores toe vigvr 01 ueoiiu. Pill IN THR DAI B. We saT rmsltlvelr, and without fear of ountradletton, that DAY'S KIONSV PAD Is tbe oniy certain and permanent cure Tor every lorm ul mis pievweuh sun U1BUVOBUJK WIHflWlllk t ; VOrHH MRN ' suffering from nervons and physical debility, loss of memory, Or Vitality impa-reu uj uie errurs ui juuu, or too close application to business or work, may be restoreu aoa mrumuvu irvaiuru. inM ail kidnev medicines whlJi are taken Into the system by wsy of the stomach; It Is an old treat ment well tried and proven Inefficient, though some time errectins apparent cures ui uoecuoiuiaiuvuicj sow tbe seeds ot more troublesome and permanent disorders. Tbe price 01 our riu ormgs 11 wunin the reach or an, ana 11 win annual iy save man Umes tta cost In doctors' bills, medicines and plast ers, which at best give but temporary relief. It can used WltOOUl teor or DUI, miu iw imuiiui w, . ,.tu,ni mm. For sale by drusKl'ta aenerally. or sent by mall (free of postage) on lecelpt ot price. Regular rod, S3; t;niia s raa tior iuwiuubcmco m urine la children), 91 60; Special (extra site), S3. Our book, -How a Life was Saved." giving tbe hlsujrj et this new discovery and a lares record of most re markable cores, sens Itw. mo iwr n . uuias DAI salasaiKa s-ats to, awieww, v. OkllTinU Owing to the many worthless Kld OAUIIUn. nej Pads now seeklnir a sale on our reputation, we deem It due to the afflicted te warn them. Ask for DAY'S KIDNRY PAD. and take no other. . W. N. ft ILEERSON A CO.. - - Whe-ale gents. STATIO.VARY c fORTABL-ALL ShS,' Avarded Ml l 1111 eDni BRMAJIRlNeCO, Louis; BatesvUle, St. Francis river. - t DKPABTDBS8. Osceola Belle, Osceola; John B. Maude. 6L Louis; James Lee, Fdara Point; City of Helena, vieksburg. ' IN POBT. Josle Harry, BatesvUle. ." BOATg DUK. ' Dovit-Coo Millar. J " Up John T. Moore, City of Providence. nniTM I.KlVINfi THIS DAY. Whjtb Brvaa Josle Harry, Milt B. Harry master, 6 p.m. Cincinnati Cons Millar, William Ticnenor, mas ter. 5 p. m. St; Francis Bivxb BatesvUle, 0. K. Joplln masisr, 5 p m. - ' - BECEIPTS YgSTERDAT. BatesvUle 1 baie cotton, lot sundries. James Lee 2 bales cotton, 2 gins, lot mercban- City ot Helena 400 brls flour and meal, 800 sacks corn. 257 rolls bagging, 4 head stock, 808 pkgs suudiles, Eeal Part Netea. nanaiota hvtha rlvar veaterdav: 8 bales cotton. Lose I packets depart d yesterday, evening with I !( S.I The river felPthree Inches yesterday, leaving 7.5 ontbegauge. .w..., n Business on toe nver trout is out bs.vcum, u be to months benoe, - Tbe Josie Harry ts receiving a few touches of the brush from the painters. , Tbe Vint Shlnkle, in complete and thorough re pair, and her new cylinders In place, will leave Cin cinnati this ovenlng for this port. 1 no !. Ha. Cantaln O. K. Joplln, Is tbe packet this evening t five o'clock tor St. Francis titer. A. L Banning U her clerk. Dispatches frjm St. Louis yesterday confirmed the report ot the settlement ot the Ashport troubles, as printed In the appeal of yesterday morn ug. The elegant Josle Harry will leave at ner regular hour this evening for White river a hint sufficient to passengers aad shippers In that direction. f be Cons Millar, Captain Tlchenor, la due to-day, and la announced to leave this evening at five o'clock lor Cincinnati. James Vorls and Harry Oazley are The John T. Moore had not arrived at nine o'clock last night. Captain Flnnegan la probably lying over at Helena getting aoqualnted with some ot bis future patrons. ... The outlook for a good business season for steam boats waa never better. Everything that can be pro pelled up stream and will carry a tew tons of lrelght launder engagement. . . The Board 01 tteaiui steam-tauuou umww one ot the floating bospltals out of her tow at O. K. Landing, and tbe Beuner went down yesterday to The City of Helena, from 8- Louts, passed down yesterday evening tor Vieksburg, with a good trip, he put oft here 220J packages freight aud added 00 tons tor points beloe here. The sixth "first bale" waa brought up freight-free on the James Lee, yesterday morning, from turner A Co , near Herbert's. 1 Tunica count, Mississippi, and was consigned to L. 8. Lake ft Brother. i-.im rii.1ui1.hM ant that the Cms Miliar passed tbere at tea o'elock yesterday morning. She will reach this port lo time to start on her return trip to Cincinnati late this evening a tact which shippers and passengers will do weU to remember. There was a report tm uio hiww mm inm that dtI vale d It patches had been received here to the efleet that the Charles B. Chouteau would prove a total loss. It Is to be hoped that this Is Incorrect, as her loss now would be a sad blow not only to her owners but to the commerce of the lower river. Tbere Is talk to the effect that the While river niAketa win have brisk competition tnia season, In the shape ot a couple of boats to run la tbe Interest ot tbe Iron Mountain railroad from Indian Bay to Newport, where the rosd crosses the river It la said that these boats will take cotton at any price, the object b-lng to build up tbe St. Louis market. captains of boats from Vieksburg and below are officially requested to see that tbe provisions of health order No. 7, from tbe MempbU board of health, are eompiled with on their vessels. All per sons, whether passengers or crew, on boats coming from Vieksburg or below are required to have per sonal cettincalea 11 tney wtsn to stop uver ui Mem phis. These certificates may be obtained by tbe agenU or captains ot boats from Dr. King, secre tary of tbe board of health . Tney must be properly filied up before the boat reaches tbe inspection sta Uon at Presidents Island; otherwise the boat Is liar ble to annoying detention. Fereaaal. Captain R. W. Llghtbume baa gone to Cincinnati for a few days. , , Captain James Pepper bas quit Pegram's Laclede hotel at St. Louis and gone to New lork. Inspectors tianett and Balaton left for below on the C4t ot Helena last night on an Inspection tour. runiain C. M. Postal, clerk ot the Hard Cash, came In from Braden Station Thursday, and re lumed yesterday evening. , Sobolelakl Joily, the New Orleans and St. Louis pilot, bas a soft berth In sight be cornea out pilot of tne snagoow imiMwoey. Rmiuvr Tom Ballet, of the Hard Cash, paid flying visit to the city yesterday, and will return to AlOUnu lliy to uaj. noniwiw uqi ,cpnuv m f.w- gresslng rapidly. The Avalanche river man Is Informed that some e ,ho hnnmit atHuntavllie went to "See him In the spring." You let those long -tailed eoata and things alone next time. Captain Klmbro, ot the Kehlor, had quite a sharp attack of illness wLllo the boat laid at Cairo the other day, but recovered sufficiently to stand bis th kfnrik h lAft that nnrt Captains Hicks and Grtsaom, of tne Henry Frank, bave gone to St. Louis and will probably brine the big cotton carrier out the last ot next week. Tbe sinking ot the Chouteau may hasten their move ments, though. Messrs. Charles Bebstock fc Co., tbe big liquor merchants of St Louis, are to be represented on timtrinininiAr'a boat bv the senlal Major W. A. Lees, formerly of this city, who.wlU leave here to morrow for tbe Future Ureal to superintend the ar rangement of sjls samples on board tbe ark of tbe Bomraercal evangelists. A berth on that craft will be worth looking after. Won't there be a lively ex change of chaff, though, when the boys get fairly efloetl 1 aafmviav Mr . GAonre Bootee, the able and eonrteous rebresentattve of Browo a. Jones, the eoal kings, at New Orleans, presented Captain Owen Fin ...n 1,1 th jnhn t Moore, with a handsome flaa niiu'ianttinii tha Nea Orleans Democrat, ot Sunday, says: mere were uu bix;ikw mow, mn over sundry bottles of wine, many good wishes to Ann rwjnient were exoressed. after which Captain Finoeean invitea tne p&nj iu iuo uu w look at his trunk, and a wonderful trunk It proved to hA inn t won't aaucioate. out 11 tuuse neuiiiuu fellows will cultivate tbe captain, perhaps they too may be allowed to losper it. f ' rtekea Cw Adrift. Pearl' rtver la being put In good navigable eon- fflTbere Is no boat on berth at Cincinnati for New Orleans, though freights are plenty. The Kehlor got all she could take on tbe water at Cairo, and is feeling her way down the river. Bates have been advanced from Cairo to all way points below Memphis to 22ft cents per hundred ana 40 cents per nura. The raft boat Louisville sunk yesterday at Camp belt's dam, ten sslles from Bock Island, Illinois. Her value Is estimated at about S 10,000. - Captain Alt Stela Is putting some exosllent work on the Charles Morgan, while she Is In retirement at CtnetnnaU, aad when she comes out she will be equal 10 a new boat. Boit-bulldlog around tne Falls Is more flourishing than ever belore known. The yards at Jefferson vtlle. New Albany, Louisville and Madlsoa are all full of work, lhe Howards are building a steamer and a ba-ge for the Vieksburg Anchor line. Murray 4 Hammer, also Barns, are as hard at wora eo many barges for toe St. Lotus and Mew Orleaos,liraoe. The A ah port Pirates) niweaaalltedU BT. LOUIS. August 20.-Captaln Dugan, super intendent of tbe wrecking company, bas received advices from Ashport, Tennessee, stating that the sheriff of Lauderdale oounty has thus far got the upper band of tbe lawless element there; that all the crew or tne wrecking dou acaen nave ueeu re leased, and that lhe work of wrecking the steamer Vieksburg has been resumed. Bunts, the diver wbo waa suspected ot shooting one of the river pi rates, was arrested In due form, taken before a mag istrate and acquitted on evldenoe. Govornor Marks Instructed me sneriH to maintain peace ana protect the nronertv In leooardy at all bazaids, and to call on every man In the county for assistance It neces sary, no iurtuer aisturoanoB uapproueuueu. HlaklaK Pt the Cbarlea P. Cheateaa. A dlsnatch received bere yesterday ' afternoon brings Intelligence that tbe Cbarlts P. Chouteau wss sunk Thursday at Liberty Island, about 110 miles .iw.vn 1,1m Ann ui 1 miiea neiow ml. aiouisl idu plaee Is a regular steamboat graveyard, some half-I dozen boats bavlng lert their bones there In tbe last tea years. The last before tee Chouteau was the Belle of Shreveport. and sue was preceaea oy tue Oilve Branch, W. J. Lewis, City of Vieksburg and the towboais Shark and Babbsge. The channel la described by Pilots Asbby and Carroll, of tbe City ot Helena, as being pretty rough and crooked, winding about with bad crossings.. The Chouteau left St. Louis Tuesday night,- In the Anchor line, or New Orleans, with all she eould take on six-and-a-half feet of water, and had enaaaementa below ror a iuu cargo. Latest accounts say that her pampa had re lieved her of eighteen lnchea of water, aad the ebances forgetting her afloat soon w-re good. No particulars have been received as to tbe cause of tbe accident, but It la believed bare that she struck a am ken log, which the low stage of the river makes particularly dangerous just now . ... . 1 HOVBHEST8 Of OCJB4.ll RTUHEB8 1 NEW. ORLEANS, Augnst 20. Arrived: Cld, Gi braltar; Historian and Vanguard, Liverpool. No clearances. ... t HAM BUBO, August 20 The Herder took SI, 524.000 In specie for tbe United States . NEW YOBK, August 20.- Arrived: State of Ala bama, Glasgow; Necker, Bremen; Frejs, Havre; Elrela. London. ; HKAliTH, STKMTfl. JKTC. tt5LTear8, Before the ltibltt. THE CEfJUINE Dr. C. IIcLAHE'S LTVER PILLS are not rccornetided as a remedy "for all the ills that fiesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, aad Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rivaL ACUB AND FEVER. No better cathartic cart be need prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are trnexjualed. OXtkSl GF I&.ITATI&S2. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box haa a red-wax seal on the lid with the impreMoa, McLANE'S LIVER PILL. Zach wrapper bears the signatures of C McLaks and Fleming Bros. Br Insist upon having the genuine Db. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by. FLEMIX6 BBO&y Pittsburgh, Pa, the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, 'spelled differently bat . same pronunciation. INVALIDS t AUD OTHEBS 8EEK1H& .'HEALTH PLANTERS INS. CO.; OF MEMPHIS. Insures against Fire, Marine and Inland Risks', at Moderate Bates. $150,000 D. W POBTERv'rrest ; JNO OYEBTON, Jr., Y. Pres't. . 1). RAISE, Sec'y. ;i:i.-rv.iOi.i !,' DtBBCIwatl ')S fi Si -i ;(!; 'rv 8. H. BBOOKS. . 8. L. COKFIN, . BEN KI3EMAN, . J. W. FULMKtt, t . . W. B. G4LBEK4TH, JNO.OVKETONr.,D. 1'. POBTEB : G. V. BAMBAUT, R. B. SLKDGg, " ' A. B. TRKADWELL. MB. BAINK, tbe Secretary, is also Agent for tbe Nertfe deraaaa laaaraaee Coaapaair.aT , ssaasoarsr.. sweraaaay, a tympany nrst ciass in every respect. ! The United States UgaWenoor ter this district in plaoe of tlie Alice is soon 10 oe reauy. Tbe steamers Ashland, Cornle Brandon, John D. Scully, seven barges, and a half-Interest In tbe Alexandria, are offered for sale In New Orleans. Tbe New Oileans neayuns auiuoruauveiy Hut Commodore Kounlz bas sold (wool nis ooats . rfa n fl a HTm a toYiioo City merchants to be put In that rlvar 3 ATH (JP ; C AjPIT Ali. irint uu Carroll A CamDbell P. line. Tbe state- I w - 9 meat Is only partially correct, as we get It' pretty stra gbt that the old man baa sold a ball-Interest only la tbe Tomklns aud tucker for the purpose named. IISrKNSARY. Office in Company 's Unildlng. 41 yiadAson St. PRATT Gin GO. Mo. 314 Front street, MANUFACTTJBKBS' DEPOT Dr.D.SsJOHKSON'S PKlTATfS Uedlcal Iispensary9 IV ax 17 Jefferson street. Between Mala aad Front . Memphis. ESTABLISHED IN I860. DB. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all parties tn terested as by far tbe most saccessf nl oorx'tlsn In tbe treatment of private or secret dsoases. Quick, thorough and permanent cures guaranteed In every ease, male or female. Beoect caeca of aonorrbea and Syphilis cured In a few days, without tbe oe ot mercury, enange or aiet, or ninaranee rrom ousinesa Secondary Syphilis, ton last vestige eradicated with out tbe use ot mercury. Involuntary loss of sen en stopped In a short time. Sufferers from tmpotency or loss of sexual powers restored to tree vigor in a Revolving-Head & Eclipse Huller, Feeders, Condensers, ! r Our Kellpae H alter Is the beat 6IN tor river planters, a wui separate u uuii. uvm u. cotton before reachlag the saws. Has 12-lnoh solid saws, Bevolvlng-head, regnlatlng seed board, extra heavy brash, and gins very fast. Our Bevolvlng heao- Gln haa no superior in eiean cooon. uur seewi ana vonaensers wui eiean cot urn ot ain, ana ausi . . tn it -n.ln one ain KV-Ordera filled Dromrjtlv. manrtt1na satisfaction. Send for elrerrlsrs. Befer to all Using one ins few weeks. Victims ot self-abase and excessive senery, suffering from spermatorrnea ana toss ci physical and mental power speedily and perma nently cured . Particular attention paid to tbe Dis eases or women, ana oures guarnnweu. uitmm a"u Lnns Diseases cured by new remedies. Plies and Old Sores cored without tbe use of caustie or the knife. All consultations strictly eonfldsntlal. Med icines sent by express to all parts of tbe country. Umce hours rrom h a.m. to w p.m. sonaays rrora 8 a.m. to 12 D. fl. JOHNSON M P. T'BiCCl). SWEETCpSrSgMA?i CisTOibMdlTiiliacco Mratded Wait prat si vmemvi Sua cltcinff .ualtftM IH awflw l"" 'mm of n.enia and tmrig. lf "f. inr nda. An oni bin. rt? Imte-muk rVMMy nluitod on InfMnr moaat, mt tOftl Jatkvm. Am u tn. ery lu. Sold by ll dler Femi for mat- rm li. O J -..- M 1 .. V Ulll COMTAINC i. nn MULL, rUM I HIlit U. COTTON FACTORS,' WHOLESALE GROCERS 296-298 Front St.rHenipMs. Tenn. : HILL, FOMTAIME & CO. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, , - . . - ; t ' 'Jm - is lr- ' - i ' .a,.-' Cor.Tbi rd Sl XoonstStg.. St."Loiii. Mo FOKSiLB. ARKANSAS LANDS FOR SALE. " '"m'm'' SHERWOOD&Go (LATH WHEELS B, PICKENS : WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN SOCKETS, CHOBNS, SIFTERS, PA.PEK BIGS, Wafeh Boards, Batter Plate?, ' LANDS In Arkansas for sale tn quantity and qual ity to suit any and alL Terms, one-fourth easb; balance In one, two and three years, wltb six per eent. Interest. Land also selected and surveyed for parties who wish to buy or donate State lands. All selections made by actual survey. Terms mod erate. Address John T. Burns or O. P. Lyies, 281 Main street, atempbis. Tenn. JOHN w. BTTRN3. 8l Main at EPlJC&TIOMAL,. HAMILTON FKMALB COLLEGE, Well-seleeted coarse of study. Special departments for all tbe ornamental bra'-ehes. Faculty large, able and experienced. Extensive grounds for recreation. Excellent building, 168x88 feet, four stories, con taining 1V5 apartments. Commodious chapel. Nice recitation, ornamental, play and bath-rooms. Warmed by steam and lighted wltb gas. Only two young ladies occupy a room. Charges lower than any school offering equal advantages In tbe United States. Session begins September 18, 1880. rot terms, catalogues and further particulars, au dress t. T. PATTEBSON, President, L-xlngton. t-y. cEDiEwiBii, Sayre Female Institute PakPSffry ' 4 ef , , , " CO.) BROOXS, TUBS, TR&YS, TWINE, brushes, baskets. Croquet 8ets,TTell Buckets, Tojb, Ax-Handles. UBXINGTON, KY. OPP. PEABODY HOTEL a B- M cieiiaD, AaM., Merchants are respectfully invited to call and tee us before purchasing goods m wis una. 300 doz Polls direct importation, jnst receiVd uiiLuituiu txau juuiiitui) WITHOUT THE TJ3E OF DRUGS, ABE BE QUESTED TO BEND FOR THE ELECTRIC REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR NAL, WHICH 18 PUBLISHED FOB FREE DISTRIBUTION. r TREATS apon HEALTH, HYGIENE, sad Physi cal Caltiire, .od m a comnl.t. .nCTClopadi of ir.formatioB for invalid, and tnoae who nac from Kerrimn, Sxtaaaating and Painful Diaeaaea. Every . aulect that beara upon health and human happinena, remiTea attention in tta p: D1 many qaw nnna mkti bv ,nffnn inralida, who hare diapaired or a ara, are answered, and valuable information m Tolutred to all who ar la need of medical advice. The aubjeet of Eleatrie Bella Kraa Mediaine, and the hundred and one qnaationa of vital imporlano. to auifering hamanUy, ata duly couxderad and ea YOUNG MEN ; And otben who anffer from gavron. sad Pkyacal f bililT, lima of Manly Vigor, Premalare Eihauatios - and the manv eloomv aouaaonaneea of early indiaera non, etc., aru aapaaially benefited by aooaulting las "ThVElECTBtC REVIEW eipoaea th. anmltlgated frauda practised by quacks and medical impoauira who proieaa M --prawcw wwuiouw, 1?' -, " oe,!t aare, simple, and effecu,a toad to Health, Vigor 1 Qj w g . "H SS : & o : gf h : 5 a as o s S t I -d aa ' mm $tt a llaiJ f vf sv l a, a H a i cs H ft se at an R c 4 9 m 4 o a i o LalaTlsi Jska M. assail Tees, sjlarav. aa. ,1. ciaria. 8nd your svddre rm pnei mrd for a eopy, tn fa format ion worth thoiuauida will be iol Jo Jsddrfla, la publiahers, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., COR. EIGHTH k VINE STREETS. CINCINNATI ft Bowel Complaints A SPKKDY AND UrKCrjVi CURE. PERRY DAVIS'S FAIN-KILLER Baa Stood tba Test of Forty Tears Trial, Direction with Koch BottU. FOR SAf.E BY ALL RUIST8. mm. M. Q-JiVTN M Go. Wholesale Grcvcers. Cotto Factors, And Commission Merchants, xxt street) 3VtoxrLjpl3L Retwee. aissu aao jesreraasa, ... hi. aatiniA time to tba WelabliM and Sale of all Cotton lntmstea n nrnee ia-aH,r Oar L K. - PrlaelnaL ' A select boarding scbsol for young ladles., Tbe next session 'oommeooea Monday, September etb, i88a - Tor Catalogue apply to the PrlodpaL BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL, BeaTortl Caaaty, Tlrrsaata, On Ta. and Tenn. R. B., 16 miles west of Lynebtmrg. Toong men and boys prepared for nnreerstty or toi business. Beautiful and healthy location. Able eorps ol teachers: Iboroogh Instrneilon. Llberai prorlslon for tbe accommodation and comfort ot attMtnta. jror catalogues aontalnlng Information, address W. B. ABBOT, Principal, Bellerue P. O.. virgtals. NORWOOD HIGH SCHO0LANO COLLEGE. SKSSION 1880-81 OPENS ffBPT. 28, 1880 AT tenUon la called to beathfulness of location, bleb character ot stodenls, and thoroughness of In struction In all departments, ror catalogues and lnloimatlon address THOS. A. SBDDON, Besldent Principal, - Norwood P. P.. Nelson ennnty. Virginia. Wa t17 ..lli, as.tnn, aria iiatu s ocui a aaaaarj a WaahTlllf, Teaa.. closed Its 15 th year with 24R Young Ladles, and 48 graduates. An establlahed school. Haa met with great success. Floe buildings mine, wry, neiteeaaawm. wept, i. rroq roreamtioa:uai UNIVERSITY Of VIRGINIA. JULY 12. 188a SKSSION begins on the nrst of October and con tinues nine months. Apply lor catalogue to the Secretary of tbe Faculty, postofflee Dnlyersltyof Vir ginia, Albemarle county, Va. JAMES . HABhU BoN. M.D.. Chairman of the Faculty. SYNODICAL FEMALE COLLEGE FltOBBSCK, ALABAMA. THE exercises of tats Institution arin open on the Meess4 ay ett sjeiteasseir, onder the supervision of a President and full corps ot compe tent teachers. For any Information address giv. u. r. wAAJtsit, iresioeni, Florence, Alabama. naT7sTV aeeotM abaewo. W hw nor Mm Cot Inn Waehns. mmer 1 ahlTi"nn end Oeeainil. J. T. FAR6AS0H & CO. Front street, Memphis, Tennessee, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 10-ravier street, Aew Orleans, lata. ttt HAVE OPENED A PEBMANENT BRANCH OF OUB HOUSE AT NKW ORLEANS TO BEET TBI V V aunts nr ranr rrane ano wmgniiiwii, ,,, i-"-i,... - SL 3 3 : S I . : r oo ll 5 ! 5 Wholesale Grooers and Cotton Factors. , 1 aaaT a I hi I .aa .rWaBk. bbbbbbbbbbbbI r - on er mm I giil HaflttGn -ft. Farrington .53-R "S3.f 1 -.sSS 9pu S sill! Sifnr : 1 14- i WALL PAPKK. Smmmf m --rrr? : ' S -1 . I 1 a-ai awa feasa3r,,peSpa3 H S "5? mm -I C3 J1--- a. t Hoolc&LaGrill HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS WALf PAPER ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. HARDWARL, WINDOW-SHADES First-diss aork and reasonable prices. 289 Second St.. corner Madison TTNDKB and byrlrtoe of two certain deeda ot J tract, oeiaail nariug own mau. uioreiu , 10 aiiectlTely recorded In book No. 120. page B20, and book No. 121. paee 563, of tbe Register's office of Shelby count,. Tennessee, I will, as trustee and secretary of The Memphis Building and Saving Association (31mon Sturm, the trustee named In said deeds, having eeaed to be the secretary of said Association, and 1, being bis successor as such eo retary and am now tbe secretary ot said Association, in nonaeaoence of ahlcb under the provisions ot said deeds I am the trustee In the place of said Si mon Sturm), on naaday, eaepieiaaber 1 3, lS9e,at 123 o'ctoec noon, at vne aouuiarest corner of Main and Madison streets. In the Taxing-district of Shelby county, Tennessee (late e'ty ot MemDbts), proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bid der, for cash, a certain lot of land In the oounty of Shelby and State ot Tennessee and In said Taxing district (late city ot Memphis), beginning at a point on ths eastern side ot North Winchester avenue 175 feet southwardly from tbe Balelgn road or Johnson avenue, and being the soulbweat corner ot lot No. 23; thence south 20Vfe deg B 80 feet; thence north timk dec 140 feet; inence norm zuift org w ou ieet; thence sooth 69 deg W 140 feet to the beginning, being lot No. 24, In A. Woodruff's subdivision of original lots No.. 618 and 619, and the same prem ises COhveyea IO bsuko ouauitr vj m. bwiiiiu vj deed recorded In book ho. 64, part 1, page 386, of tbe Beglster's office of Shelby county, Tenn. Equity of redemption waivea. iiue neiievea to ueguua, bat I will only sell as trustee. Aogust 11, 1880. SAMUBL B1B3CB, Itostea, ate. : COTTON GINS, COTTON PRESSES, DEERING HORSE ENGINES, STEAM 9.GINK3 ANI BOILEKS, Korchnm MUls, firlst mils, : Belting, Facklnc, Hose, JA3IES GBAIIA.M WAGOM", Brass and Iron Steam Fitting and Pipe, Etc., Front Street, Cor. MomoB, Mempnis.Temi. Pearce, Suggs & Pettit ; - WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS - AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 260 and 262 Front street, Memphis, I enn. PBlHClPAIa, PBOK It. e. TTaiEttVIla (Late Professor of Belles Lettrea tn William and Mary College, Virginia.) Session begins Xondsj, Sept, 6, 1880. rTTXSTIMONiaLS rrom many of tbe best known A. citizens In Memphis, ror catalogues, contain ing lefereoees, term,, etc., address the Principal, 181 Wellington street, Huntsville Female College, HCNTB VIIitiK, ADA The rail Sexton ot Ibis old and favorably known lnttltutlon will begin WEDNBSDAT. THB FIBsT DAY Olf 8EP TKKBEH, 18H0. S100 will pay tor tuition, board, waiblng, inel, lights and calisthenics, per five months. Tne highest advantages afforded In health. Intellect, art and morals, for circular, particulars, etc., apply to BKT. A. B. J0NK3. A.H.. resident, Huntsville, Alabama. Law Behaal ar Cnaaberlaatl CalTeralty. Jbebaaea, Teaa. NBXT term (59th) begins September 6,1880. Diploma and license granted In two sessions ot five months. Tuition, S60 per term of five months. Boaidlng. 83 to 83 60 per week. IaKXlMCaTUlKl FE&IALE COLLEGE FI tbe heart of the Blue flrass BVclon. location central, accessible, elevated and healthful. Full course Tborooi h Instruction. Fall term begins Monday. September 6, 1880. For catalogues, with mil Inrormallnn. term, ere . address BkV. W. a BY LAND, A.M , Lexington, Ky. CECIUAN COLLEGE. gSSfSJ-.R 20 weeks, single student, S85. Clubs ot two or more, per student, HO. eena ror eaiaiogue. VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE, TAVVTOH, VA. Mrs. Gail. J . I. B. Btuabt, Prlncl paL Full corps ot efficient teachers. Tbe session begins fept lrlth and continues alrem:nths. Tbe ex pense of board, etc.. Including the Aeaiemlc Course. S250: the Ham with Music, lngusges ana aioconon, svsku. -juoue. Hon In the healthful Valley ot Virginia, For par ticulars at ply to tbe Principal, i CMstiBrolers COLLEGE, MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE. (-10LLKOIA1 S, 8CIINTIFIC, COMMKBCIAL j and Prepat story Departments. Studies will be I esoraed on WedaeadaF, hepteasber 1. let SO. For terras of board, tuition, etc., send for elrenlar, or apply to BttOTBaB MAUBKLUN. Pres't. St. Agaea reaaale Aeadensy. fleasphla mHia Institution ts delightfully situated Intra. X tired and healthy pan of the city of Memphis, commanding tbe advantage of town and country. The entire surroundings breathe an air of Deaeeful seclusion, whleb ev-r exerts so powerful an Influ ence over tbe moral, physical and Intellectual life. The coarse of study embraces tbe various branches of a solid and useful education. In the regular Rng- Uab coarse, the pupus on entering are ranged ac cording to their proficiency In Orthography, Hram- mar auu avrisuiuoio. IO'IUMUH bhciiiiwu i kitcu to Bacred and Profane History, Bbetorte and Com position. Latin and French enter Into the regular course. A portion of time Is allowed to each pupil for plain and ornamental Needlework. Shell Flow ers, etc. Term per Seion, payable . hal yearly vartaoty n aavance ror uuauu ana hiihihi iu bu branches taught In the highest schools. Plain Sew ing, Marking, etc.. Bed and Bedding, Stationery and Washing. $100 and (126, according to the age or eiaas ot tbe pupil. Special terms when several members of tbe same famllv attend tbe school. No allowance la made for partial absence or withdrawal before tbe expiration of tbe term, except to case ot serious or protracted Illness Extras tierman, Ital ian, eta, each, 812; Music on Piano and use of In strument, H0i Drawing and Water Colors, f 10: Oil Painting, S20; Embroidery and Ornamental . . . . T f . Ilk a,.,. TA 4V.lla WOrK, alU, USBW Ull lSlI, f fi, wtbu'l him VMa- ibealos at Professor's charges; vocal Music la class, So; Private Lessons, $15. Bt aro per month during vacation. It spent at the Academy, washing, etc, $1 5. Medicine and physician's fee will form extra charge. For fanner particular e, apply to tbe Lstf I ov ruuuo.