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MpHI8 DAILY AFPEAL-fl l lgggBER SI, 188 O.
RAILWAY RECORD. Arrival anil lleparture of Train. T rains ou lbs Paducah anil Mempbi road more ini'iwh: jtuii leave uanv hi i:i.ip.m. nan "iriw .inly at :n m. ('rain uti llie Meuiphiaud Littlo Rock road move aaf.ill.nrs: Mill lea m dailjr at 4:pm.; freight leave .lauy. rx vin xnunav. at :iw a.m. sum ar rives daily at II :iki p.m. : freight arrives daily, ex cept Sunday, at fi:l.t p.m. Train? on' tin- Memphis and Charleston road move a follow- Mail leaves dnilv at 11 ::iii.m. : fast Wiiil ami exnn-.- leaves dully at ti:iO a.m. ; Soroer WeacroinaWiutlon leer.- dally, except Sunday, at '. I i p.m. . Mail atiives daily at 1 1:20 a.m. 1 Soin..rvJlI- ari oi.iHiodakoii Arrives daily, excopt Sun lay, al 7:00 a.m. Train, on th" MUK!ppii and Teniiesice road move as follows: Mall leaves dally at 12:1 o.ni. : Hardin acooiniiiodiitiou leaves dally, except Sl Hay, at 4 : 15 p.m. : freight leaves dally, except Kuuda. at 6:00a.m Mall arrive- daily at 9 : a.m. : Manila in . .. umiulalion arfives daily, except Sunday, at I 1 1 i in. ; freight arrives daily, except Sunday, at 4' rrainl on thT.iiiilsvllleand Nashville road move a. i.llow-: KxiT"- I.-av.-a daily at 11:15 p.m.; ni.ili lea vim dully ut 7:10 a.m.: St. Louis express lcuvi.slally at 1 :2' P-m. : Hrowilavllleaci,oluuo.lu- tion leaveadallv. except Sunday, at 4:40p.m. 8t. IOuia express arrive dally at 1:10 p.m.: mail ar nvi daily at 4:20 p.m. : Brownsville acioiiimoda tion arrives dally, except Sunday. ats:15 a.m. Sat urday the express runs only to M'Kcuzic, connect ing for Nashville. Superintendents arc requested to notify tills office proinply of chaugtaof time. Arrivals ami Departaren of mill. (il'KV RAILROADS. ' CLOSE. . 1MiiK. v Mem. R.R..I I lo. ai and through mail. ; ii:40 a. in. 4:45 p.m. 'in.. Iiius. .V Mem. U.K.. M:45 p.m. :w p.m. Laatf a.m. 10:00 i. in. II :S0 p.m. y.xo a.m. 20 a.m. through mail '.eilt. ,v Mem. K.R.. local ii ud through mulls illiatt. it Mem. U.K., thro nulls Mem. & lircliaila .' N. O. ILK Mem. & I.. R. R.K 'uvington 4 Mein. R.R... loiacrvillc accouimodaru. 10:00 p.m. a00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:3U p.m. 4:45 p.m. River A Oilier Mail. iM.-mphl Jt Frlur Point. 7:00 a.ni.'" agent Helena a Kriara Point, 7:00 a.m'tl poatolflce Helena A clarendon, rail 7n a.m-t road Memphis A. Greenville. V:09 a.m.1 agent iii 'iiuaiii A Viekburg. 4:30 p.m." 4 VO p.m t 1:S p in t 1:30 p.m.: 1:30 a.m.; i:: a.B.. 1-jW p.m." I::J p.mj RM p.m. .M p.m. i p.m 7-W a.tn. 7:U a. rtV, 'm a.m. 1. vain Memphis, agentj K'-eolaA .M.tnpllls. ' I t. Fraai-i river, agent ... IrL-tfn.is river. ae.'Ilt 7 mi a. in 7. no a.ui..,lVhtto river, agent Memphis to Holly Springs. B O0n.ro.''' Mi.. tui.e mute. ... :0t) a m 0 "M unlay, Wedlie-la) and Kmtay. tDdir- , 111 mday. Thurs'lay and Saturday. IHunday, Tnraaiav and Friilay. Tuelay aud Friday. WedncMUy and SaUinlay. ulunrlay, Thursday aiidHa'arday. 1KIIM4V.I. ." I) I.IM I1AI. The Memphin ttinl Cbarleatoo companv will -lionty eni't seven inni unugvaju uicir roau. aix per cent. IhuiiIi of tlic Iuisville mid ja-nvine, n-ecniiy uiarscieii ai iu. now com lUlllilt i. l KiiotvIUp and (liaUhnnoga atock, at the e oae ol the Jfaw York market yestenlay, waa 0 liiglu r than nil hnttrT'luy. 4 olonel T. H. lSivant left liud niaht to at tend the annual lueellna of the general pasaeuger nnd ticket agents at -New tork. The bitb. H miles of the liJlimore and i . ' rnilr.).! wai)i'ene,l to the public on Monday Xlav 21, 1.K. it ana 0.raUHl by horaepowcr for a shoit lltne. Owinir In aiiknews amone tin' men cm iiloycd. work on tbc elevator af Arkanaaa 1tyls not iirogrcssiug us rajdilly us the railroad comTiny eoiiid wish, though they hoja- to have it raady .or on i,e iy ran uinioi .st.ivomoer. .Mr. II. A. Towne, the niperinU-wlent o tb" N'. irthern I'licllie ruilmad, hiw la-ell awartkd liatenl .'ora locomotlvr holler of his invention. He lllso tllteti. is mi ma l'u;eiiiei :.o i mi t iiEifi. ar door faa." ner. win. n lie invenieii recently. An Omptoy he Little Rock, Miasia KippiUivcr and Texai nat.l. John Boujrherty by inline, was Eilleil ii Arkannaa ( Ity. Friday night. In a man named Wtllfoui -Miiiison I he result of a pf. llinlin.rv i vaiitiualiott held Salurday Ml not yel retu-he.l h'-rc. rompsar of N'irKiuiin aplulinia.or apec- nlatoia, urapoag ta build a railroad from IVashing lon to Ml. Vernon. Tlicv h.ie already obtained a Virginia StaU' charter. V nillroad between the two places Is needed, and It la said It would pay under Uiu right uuitiaxi'ineni. Mear."Drexel, Morgan & Co. naaj Htr. Auk ct llclnioTtt Co.. reprcarnliiiK Uietyudl.'ile. etiiMiTin. e mat tile entire ti,seti,ouo laiuiarillcan.l N'aahville general mortgage li ier cent gold Ixuids otl'ertsl by them to the public on Friday last, at ltri jind ai'erued intereat liaa been aold. ?hlt lad n il waa laitl on the Tnloilo. Hui . . i. -io ' "i.'l IVpbiia riaid, cotiueA-tiug Iaytou and Versailles. dlatanee of ,"i0 mile. Tril pottloiiof the roid JI la: ImlliuiUsl and ready for use in a feu weeks. The Murk ispnigreaslnr. rapidly on the remain. lend lilt' roud, and by November it will be, coiiipleb d toTild(i. The NW A'drk Wurld any: "The finau i lem of railroad property wlu.-se offlcea are at Boa ton an men little known to the avemav. New Vork Investor, and yci tin y are iiiasUi-;i)iiid aud men of enormous w'ealfb and great iutirlty. The llunnewelu, TUayers, Mfrriams. Ciailldgea, Nick ersoua. Forbcscs. ilartletls, t bites and otliera are solid workers In Ihe cause of Aincrii-au enterprise, and i.. th' na red it it can la- said tkul they do nut attempt to practice the sharp tricks and device of other niilroad leaders." (.t a recenl meelino of the New Baffottti f.i kr ' and paMenger uiteuia aaaoeiatlou. ludd in i:... ion a short time nao. ii resolution was passed thill tun secretary of the aamadattoti puhlUh juoiithlT black list to contain the uamen of indl- iduals or f)fjil w iio obtiiin pvsea or free trans- sirtatlon ovarany road or Menuii.out company be longing lo tho awoi latloti. ami ortVrr them foraal.' nr tr iusfer them to any oile r latraoii. One copy of tbellM is to la1 sent wtrll niolltb to the allperill tendeul and general luueliptr ur freight agent of i. b line represented. Jim Curry, at one time' engineer on tho Bee line, and afterward in a similar piasjljou on the Texas Pacific nid. is now at Viiieonnea. In diana, working in im macbhio aboui of his brother. This Is the iudildiial who klncd lYirtcr. the actor, at Marshall, Texas, and biwlJy wounded Mauri, e Ham .niwe Mr. noorre Noble, aua-riu-.. njei.tof.oie TVtua FmcIBi'. aay furry was not It." drunken d"Spcr.:ihl rep. .ried. nnd that be never kin,' htm to he drunk prior to the time uf the kill ing. He lonnerly lived Ixie. and was a soldier In Hie Uri.'o'i army. The preenee of furry -ai Vln , -lines la ifnown to it foil. l'ailncah (Ky.) jVcics, Friday: Muwra. "IT. W. Suiitlieri atii.' w, F.Nortoti.of LouiavUW; V. W. u.wi-i 1. J. faaaW? u"d J. f. I... man. of Amster dam: iiolUuid It. ii. ek and II. F. Blue, uf Bian bethtowu, caiuekitnr '"' hurt evening. Thisie Freiitlenieii are stixb;iddcra and representa tWea ol the owners of the iyo rallnaids which ter minal, here, and nn' out otonr of Inspection of thrpropertv, and welea'u, atm.i, with tbc view to the conailidatlon of the rN'iinartl,'-nnd 1-adu cab and Mem phis, mil PadiKah uiM NorttWrn roads, and th- rnmpleibn of the ialter to i,em phis. They went dorn the Memphis rod on n spvetal train al twelve o'clock turtlay." Serioita Strike on III.- North nvlllr. Winnli'i:.., 8epteniber "JO. Tht strike of the lu.tki m. ti .nil nteaien on tlie Pacltie railroad threat, ns s -ri -usly to interfere with InitHc. The Hi ea of , Uie mm who replaced Uie slrikerw are alBvalene.1, and Ihey are afraid lo run trains. A h is. Itnient of s, Hep wij detailed to protect Ihe arrival and departure of trains. Public sympathy . wllk the men, wboMi dvimuid Is considered pna I ouable. I'rogvraM of the Texan PaelAe. St. Isii'ls, Septemla-r 20. A special to the BsyHldicaii from Pallas says : "The live big bridges of the Tex..- and Parim railroad, at the end of Iilllea west ol hero were nutshell to itiis ran licyotid P.ilo Pjuta eanyou. I in iacu ,ii.u dlle of eolikti uclion material ar vow pa...iig jo ii." fioiii aua track-iayiui; uui $. reeuuic.l to morrow . atid by Wednesday next Iron will ur pnt dowuat the nite of mo miles per day." A Krc-iRtit Train Wrraksd. I iNciNSATr, S..ptemlior 2t. special lo Che Tlnics-sltar, from Xashville. Teiiiicaeec, atya that a ai-nonaaevMcnt oej'tirrjd on the Nashville and I'hnttanooga railroad la.; . Kst HI springs and Tul tanomii. I'he second section ot fhe soutb laiuuii Ireighl ran into the n'arof the Mral syvTion. de.tro lug Ihe engine of the weoad Mctjoa. and the . .ii e and three cars of the Brst wctjoti. Thomas Haley, bnikemanoil the itrst latcttou, was seriously injun-d. . The Klrst Nltaeplne-Car. A writer in the Davenport ( Iowa) Demo crat 1 1, us tells the story of the 11 rat sleeping-ear and its llr.it p'iblle appearance : "Speaking of railroad and taeetKjatanl tuprpvciueiit in triivellng facil ities loin ;s ii the reis.ll.'ction of the first alcrp lie' ear 1 rsalK'niber Hnj dak ol its first appeal iinee Seplcmbsi 111. !"". 1 u n my way west, intending to grow up with i the country, etc.. and mi l arrived at rol"4ojr.y In the evening, ladiiud lime and liatl (Wo lioiti" u. lwss la-fore the depail ,tr. r,f thetraln imuitaiii'st!" lllni; ki the Wait ing room, waiehlua the usu.1 "fl of iso-sengers, 1 bad noticed a rather iiiicer-lodisfnf wyntrynian and aouiew Hal to me surprise lie accosted u..- with llu! iunillrv, "AVouldll I lou like lo are ome tbiug nowV (if course I Would, and thinking ..iilv ki lasa He Ihe lime, I aampHiiicd him out through Ihe depot, among ionuilicmble cars, one ol which be op.snc.1, and. oU light t..g several laniik-, rnviled me ui enter. Well, jtaaoisotnelblng new a l irgc car Oiled with a jl.Mil.lr tier of beds, hunks more properly apeak I he man waa Wo.alrut. the now wall 4.110WQ ikM'Jilng-car isitantee. aud this was fl. -a rat sleeping-car and its llrstappearama)t public Mr U'.sajruir had. duria- -.'. . nil -'ara p-isl. laa n ..hltjtrt luaeeoausaiiv bis wiie, achronk' Invalid, froni Okie to bi!y:laj!ja for in.sll.-al (reatineiit, an. I her sitrfTriiigs on tbc ,'uniey bad' constantly su(ge.-t.sl im- ilukty "Jore romforbiblc . inverauce. thutal taaat k ksJ eonisrUvd the Hlea undoubtodly horaoved largely (jam reeol-it-etlonsol tbe aU'eidng a. omiuodauoiui ou eauai V. k i U furetlieadveBlof rallroad-of poruble in.) a.'.)iii Id- b-riha. and bu) m an old . ar. In had worked out his Idea, aud Tun), only an iioar previous, brought it lu lor a trial r)p b)ch waa lo he made that kMu ufglit. rnbiriutialely, his .-ar waa to be at tached to the vasinard laain aud aa I waa Imnnd In the oppsMetw direciiou I could not share in the first trip. I wa eoiuj.. rably amus.nl In diarnverliiK that li. W.evi.un. ilioiigk very en tbusiasiie over lila lan ulitm. id u i it ail .s m to reallie that he bad prai t). ally n v.dfctionlaod 'ie entire svatt-iu of travel, and had dealt uliinsa a slAatk blow to ihe pa.ss.uii lake stoatuUalts w hi 'i were then engaged In a nuav) competition with tbe rallOMtds. However, be had s.s-itr,d oai.-utsoti Ihe dJfTerent features oi thn iii.iitl.-u. and. like jhoi hii'Mitors, had a pn.sp.et "f a loin: eu.-iislr( series of litlgati ins .lini. IHrenli iu..ui..rs hir.uil hadiwov.sl more pn. lit" hie to others than to bl-jjiv)!' Hut all theae annoyance ara aapplly past, tk slasiping car is a p.'nuanciit laUtauoa. aad Mr. noodfod still lives, and has reaiwl a i ieii rewuni. " . . in i moi Ni.vrs. MONUMENTS 1 r XOV ttlMI Hi PI K. ICASK A FISK XfoHlt I mraf, Tablet or llradslone. or any kind ..I To.uUslo.-se Work, l.iu can gel I belli at Hie old fUhllakaa alARBLF UuUkSof TOM MAYBWBLL, 3 I nion Mi., Meniliis.. 1 will sell as low as can be bought lu any market or 1 will ajtrec to adl at llfus-u por cent leaf ihnri can be bought fnuu agviits either fnnn St. I I. . ul. ill.-or Meuinhis, or any agent that Is paid for traveling. Designs kiiI, fret' of charge, uu ap. plication. FINANCE AND TRADE. FIX ASIC'F.. In making a review of the week, there ace very tew-points of difference so 12 presented on couipaiison w ith Ihe week previous. Business nits not attained the activity that might have Istcn cx pected at this period of the season, but the demand tor money bus shown a steady increase, and rates of discount have iaa-ome ao ninch llrincr lliat 8 a-r cent, is now tbc ruling rate at the banks, aud the instances in which It is obtained at lower figures on eommen ial pats-r are so few that they an- not considered In limitations. Memphis and Charlcs ton stiH-k has weakened, altbo.igh tber.- is still a good demand. Mississippi and Tennessee second mortgage bonds are also oAioted lower. Exchange at our banks quoted at par on New York and other prominent eastern points, with three days' grace, discount, selling at ' premium. On New Orleans, V discount ; sell ing ut ar. Money is loaned on short date at 8 percent. Shelbv county scrip is niiotcd atOO buy ing, 9b Mliit... ahelbycouutv bonds selliujrat par (J10I ; Memphis gassba-k, so; Bank of fommercc stock, pur: state taink st.K:k, lair: I'liiou and Planteai stock, ill): Memphis and I hiirlestoli ntil road stock. ::7'.. baying, and s veiling; M. mpliis Fire and City iii-iirancc shark, 77; Bluff City iiumir aiu e stock, so hid : Mississippi and Tennesseo flmi mortgage bon. U. PJ9; Mississippi and Tennessee sec ond mortgage, Iat sale at 10s: Memphis and Little Kook Unit mortgage bonds, 1)0. MEMPHIS BANK CLEAIUNUS. Clearings. Balances. Si.ptembcr 20 t 7'2,ain iio f UMM -,i Same time last week 4i,tilsi ii y,W.r ;0 Same time week before . 94.91161 B.1PJ 7:1 !BY TELEGRAPH. 1 PARIS, September 20. Rentce, R'.f. 40c. NEWORLEANS. ScptmlH T 20 New York sight, par; sterling exchange fiaiikers' bills. 481,'. LONDON, Soptemlier 20. Consols, 97 K-M; ac oount. 97 16-16; new fa, Wifi: 4Vy, 114; 4a, 113; Illinobi Central. 117' j; Pennsylvania Central, 01 ; New York Central, 13."; Erie, 40'H; Erie seconds, 91,'4; Reading. 16. N Wm Y iUK. September JO. Money easy at 2.! s r cent. Prime mercantile isicr. 4(?r per cent. Sterling exchange bankers' bills, steady, 481; demand, 483:,i. Tiovernment Isjnds quiet but generally linn : United States coupons ol 18S1, I04; new rss, 102,; new 110: new 4s. 110: Pacific r of ISO... US oBered. State lmnds dull and nominal: Lotdslana 7a. consols, 49: Missouri. 108; St. Joseph, 106; Tennessee 6s, old, 40' ,; Tennessse Aa, new, 31?; Vir giuU t'si, obf, 24: Virginia Cs, new, 2.".; Virginia consols. iu; Virginia consols, preferred. Iti7'4. Railroad bonds lairly active but irregular. The stock market was ijniet at tbe opening, avid in mo.t eases a fraction lower. Speculation soon 1h. came strong, aud prices advanced from '; to r4 per coat Atsiiit insm then- was a reaction of b 1!4 percent., but during the afternoon n recov ery' of V to per cut. look place, which was fol lowed oy a reaction -of saj to : r i-ent, lu the late dealings the decline wr.s recovered, and tbe market (dosed strong. VVtatcrn 1'nioii was quite active. and ranged botween lo:;1. and lir."1 regular aud lartuisen ltri and lot1, cash. IuLsvilJe and Nashville rose S1 ja'r cent." on the day's transac tions. The arafaaa of the Loulevtlle and Nash ville ma.1 lner.-ii.se. I . j.n scoud week lu Sep temtaT aud S817.0U0 slm-e July 1st, Transactions aggregated i:!9,oui shan.-s, of which sixk) were Ltu k awanua, 15ot) IK'luware and Hudson, .sj.OOO Ifanui lail aud St. Joe, V2II0 Iron Mountain, MM Kansas and Texas. 4000 Lake Shore, 4700 Luke Erie and Western, 52U0 NortlTwesteni, 27110 Nashville and i battauuoga, 2.tX) New Jersey CentraF, 1:4.000 Oliio and Miasta.lpp, SikiO Pacitlc Mail, ni.ooo St. Paul. I1U0 1'nioii l'imtie. J6.IHI0 Walaiah Paelric, "sis. Western Tnlon and 11. WO Erie. Closingouotatlon Central Pacific bonds, 1U?4: I'liion Iacific firsts. 11.'$ othTed: Union Puclrlc laud grants. 117; Cn'lou i'a. : lie sinking funds, lib1-; otlered: I., high and WIlk.Tlairre. 120; St. Pan I and Sioux City first, 06: ( bleago, t olumbus. and Indiana Ccnlrnl flrsts. m;' ( Iiieago. sf'olunibus and Indiana Central s-eonds, none; Erlu KOodds. s-s-.; Ris'k Island. ' la: I'aliaiua, Is,,; Fort Wavnc. lay, offered: Pittsburg, IJsJ; lilinof. Central, 113; fbliago, llurlington and t)ulucy, i:;i'.: Chicago and Alton, lit; Chicago and Alton preferred,. 12".; New York Cantral, 12!rii uttered : Harlem, 200: Lake Shore, ins'.; Caiiudu Southern, 60; Michigan Central, 94-V; Erie, :!'.)'. ; Erie pre ferred. Ii.1,: Northwestern, iair'; Northweateni .referred, 121; t. faui, aj; m. ran preierr.st 12: St. Paul and oiuuha. iilu: St. Paul and Oion .k urefenssil. Vflf.' Delaware lickawnliiia mill Western. w,r: Morris and Essex, 110: Ilelawafe and Hudson, ttti. New Jeraey Cetilnfl, 7GVJ; R.ading. 80; Ohio Missiaalppi, ::..,: Ohio and Mississippi prclerriM'. nesais-ake and Ohio, Mobile and Ohio, 2Si : (4a7fland and tViiuinbus, 72!,; Chicago, Columbus and"lu dlnua feturoj. aai; Ohio Central, 21: Lake Erie and Wtaiera, :;' .: Onbirio and Wiwtern, 2S:s: Bnrlinglon, Cedar Itupji's and Northern, 04; Alton and Terre Haute, il : llpi. ,d Terre Haule preferf.iil, 7o' : Wulaisli. St. I.uis and raC-as!. ,'7". ; Wabash. M.. JLonis and racUe prefefred, ki; Hiiiiufui and sfi;Josepn. 4ii.: hmiiiiii.hi and Ht. Joseph prefermd, Vf'A; Iron Mountain l,ouls ami aa. t-ri.f,isi'i, - Ut. l-oiiis and Ban Francisco Pfi-'&nVy, 45; St I . ...1 I U., lr...".,,... Sh... 1 C - ,',, .."lis .'..'. , ...... .. (,,.-,,,.',, cugo, St. lilia nnd New Orleans, :!'": Kai..-...-aii-l Texaa. ft: Union Pai itic.'.ni. ex .lie. : central Pa cltic,7:i'.j: Northeru pai lrif, 30 ; Northern Paclflo : preferred, M'i; LoiiiavUle and .Nashville, In '..: i k'aahvllle and CluitUtuooga, 60; LouUvjllc, New Alban,- and Chicago, Wl offered: Uotlatoa and , Texas, do: fjairreT and Rio tjrande, 7.",; Wceteru Union Telegraph, iilj. ' cx-div. : Atlantic and Pa- cine t'eiegrapii, 40': rmmH waiiii ; Adama hx preas, 116V,; wells diFargo's K-s iio-. Alncri oan Express, r.9'.; United States Ka)i,- u; Qiiicvjsii;7'r.' 12: Quicksilver preferred, 80; Canb,. 1 ' a : Ceuiiui Ar'wina. 7 offered; Home Stake, Standard, kiNjor i offered ; Little Pitts burg, 8; OntaAo. $T COTTOW. At the opening oi the week cotton took i tinner tone, which waajeonf limed until about th middle, when the Liverpool and Vuw York mnrketa lost a portion ,,i their stroogtb and eaipjad a aprfe spoinlliig lowering of .iiiotatlons in our l.M'at inur. ket, Which closed iptiet J eslerilay Qt quotation!) Ha below. The net fluctuations during tlu- week are: An advance of Je in ordinary, low middling and middling. 4c in good ordinary and .,cnig.Kid middling. Iiliriug the same period there was an advaiur of 1-I0c in New York starts, and a decline of alMpntntaiti fntures. Lh-erissil declined ',.' in si... I and closed wiT but uuoUhlv Ullchullged In futures. Recelpta in Memphis during tm- aatcja) week ag gMgated l'vsi bales, against iM bales the prts w.V w eek, ao.J 27 bales tlie corresp..udiug' week last season, aud 147 bales In 1.S7S. The total receipts since Scptf.uiltcrt.lvai,' are 2MS bales, against:::: bales at tlic rorrepoudiiK Ubfe lift season, an in crease of 21-. hales. shn,.:i"i,: , diirilig tbe offlciul .wcci- acfite.l 714 bales, tigajust bUi lwles the previims w'eeit, and pales Ikw corfisijiou.ling veck lasl seii and 21 In 17. I'ofal sifpuicntiS since Sep teinher 1st are l.'ss'i bal.ss, agailod la.b'.s Ibc sanie lime last yir. an Inrreaae ol ,sA baba. 'i'hu total sUa'k ou nan. I was 7.i.;7 bab, agaln.-si 6470 biiK-s last week, and 419 bales at this time last vear. .sales .luring the week were laol) bales, aeaitu-f VtO hales the provious week, of the l:Wi hales sold lata uj;'. exporters t.aik 4a0 babss ; apiunera, BOO bales ; specsslyVors. bale. It in l. l . ; ,,'loii M oi emeu I. The folInW'iiiL' shows the :: ra.. of the Mem phis market and the price oft liitdaung ifipjjflf from r' .srsri s oaataafaai 3 SelitellllKT 10 42. 1065; G4;, .aOO 11 4 t'i07 64711 V.I 11 27; 7141 7:c:7: la'a) II 5 yeaU'rday. Satnnbiv. m -it s, 9. 5"I Wiog faliBj ... MIX all' .... mi$i lug . . .. nominal, nominal. '. bales, all to exporter.. Bcpteinher 17 Ordlnvry i. sal ordinary Low middling K;4dlln- ti.iOd ui.'ddli'.lg Middllngiuft Market quiet. Sate. .'. SU.'k, SeplemlKr 1. 1KS0. 6,384 lUjcelved to day RecclvuiJ previously Shipped to day. . 749 10.741 2,7,V. smpia-d prevliuuiiy -',ssn Stock, running account JM1-OKTS. Thus fur this week 1M m 4,st57 147 ii'; 40 ' 4lVS liO Tlius lar last weisx Since S4.ptembcr 1st Memphis and Charleston R. ii Mississippi nnd Ti'tineavsc rallri'tul Louisville A Nashville fireat Southern it. it. Memphis and Little Kick R. R. Paducoliaiid Memphis railroad augment Wagons "i3 otlicr sources Total EXPOK'ro. Thus fur this week 7.... Thus lur but week ... Since September 1st .Mississippi alio I cuncsscc rt. Ii. , uiisvllleJc Nashville breat $outheru R. R. Steaincrs south 461 Mi 24 Total "749 I BY TEL1 . i: M'il." The following are tbe latest te)eiT.ims of the do mestic markets as. reported yeneiduy ui Ihe cotton e eiiauge: I jite-st State of I Prtoe Taitsrraau Market. Rec'ta. Middling. llalvcston steudv. Weak inlet, liuiel. lltiict. Firm. li,.4 11', a, sM 11', -'...17 il1. t,lj 11', J 11- s.m nmi 2ss. llj.ll:,4 64 12 '.'."" Ill New Orleans Mobile Savannah.. ... Charleston ,,. Wilnitiigtou. . Norfolk Baltimore New York Boston nihuMchla. St. Uniis ... Qt.J.Sty viniet. Stisl.lv Quiet. Finn. Ou let. Tbe follow lug are tho- New Vork s ait quotations for yeaterlay : Orditiary, 'Sij,.; t, ordinary. lOJfJc; low uiiddUiiit, IT'': mfdilliug. ll'c : g.Ksl n.iddlingj 1'JJt.c: mldtiliiig lair. 1. At 12:49. steady: 2, steady. Sales, 974 bale. Contracts, M hales. St.H-k. 49,212 bale. The tone ol 1 u future market was as follows: At in .:, barely steady: 11:17. l:nt: 12:25. stead v: l;ift, quiet tui.l sti-adj , 2'2, steady : :22, weak, -rkdes. .liasiod bale. I he follow Ina k.-'..s lite ct...ing quotatious of futures in the New York uarkaf yi-rday : Monlhs. testeruay. knforilay. January .. Fcl rv. - 11. .!(.. II. hi 11.15VU.17 11.2!J.I1.SU 11 i5((iLi.; l.'.s'l I . . io.staaia.9l it waii m ii iMpi.ai ll.:17t.ll.:K 11.52(!11..-. 11. 67 (.tl l.l 11. lift lli.'.tL.rhl III arrft.?..; April Seplemhef . October .. Moreailx-r. iwtii,' lunoiuai I'll. .-u (.is, s market I ; S'.lnv:ii ul liT,'(, middling. Sale, , uaiuo; rcccipis, iiv; bali-s. St.s-k, U.-!l bale. Ihe l.iveriHMsl tnleiirains es(.'rdav reo. ,rt,.,l cotton quieter: Bitd.llinB uplands, 71.1 : Orleans, . .sjiai. tatvai mm luuea, ot wnicn ssxi were Amerlean. Reiscipls. none. The llverpo., niarkct for futunss oiH'tied quiet: September. 7 1-a2aV7 i-lnd: ptvniber-Oeiober, till UVl; i)clol'r-iovciiilsL-r, t'.1-!: N..ve:ah. . ... e.mihar, He.sjmhcr-Jaiiuary. (fv-lisl; February -March, fijjt, I::t0p m l itun - in Inner iavor 4 s) p.m ; AprH May. 1. lf-Bid. OTT5 p.m. : Septem l.er-tictt.ber. ; r.iajfii. 11 li'l. Futurer closed Hal. 'T The movcuieuis at the i;rt-: lycre repiirtco aa fol- f f hta-1 Lost j This h . ' I Week. I We.k. IljistYr. Shx-kon 1 hand 7. . '. . 215.75T; iC'.t'li 1 :... K.s-. liiU for :i days. .. 71 k,77h Sfi.lsK ta.'srj KxKstofirent Britain .' PI.IWI' ivrw Flxp's to fontineut.. -I Tta'.j '.S'sl U2 Total receipts ut all fulled Mates rts. gt2,ai same date l79. Iid.ftil : same date 17. 17 ..814. lu crease of reci ipu at failed States ports tub y, ur. I.l. Total foreign MDOBta, 3h,tS4; last year. 42,77i.; rear before, 19.WI. Trtule during Ihe week has rtna.sl lu ecrtein eluiuiicls, tjroeery, provision ami produce deansT have had 11. .cause 01 complaint, but wlpd. sal.-rj ar.- not satisfied with the extent u. which the 1 ill trade lias oaiiie.l up to this time. The reasons for this state 01 an'alrs are found chiefly In tlic falling off In he cotton crop produced 'by various unfa vorable causes, whicli deter country buyers from purchasing with their usual liberality, ia prices then.' art 110 changes oi importance. Feed is gcucr ally hisUvt, 4ud meal has also taken a decided ad- 43 ...I 521 651 "Am. varfce. Pnivisions are weaker and a shade lower. Chickens and eggs have been in better supply, and are now quoted lower. The murket yesterday was quiet and without any notii-eable change. Quotations below are for round lots at the landing and at the railroad depot, and include neither drayage. storage, nor other ex penses.iut.sidc of the bare freight and charge np to tbc lime of ar rival. Jobbing and shire, sales are at higher rates, as they include draymre., storage-and profit of the dealer. FKE0. Corn sales ti landinr at so' .eam' :.lc: in store, Me. Oats sales of loo sacks at ISC : in store, I V. Hay last sales of choice timothy at lis. aad mixisi at aat; in store. ttDjMI 10. Bnm lust sale of 100 sacks at 91 I -To: retail. SO!aS.V a hundred. FLOCK AND M KA I, Flour n peril ne, f-lctl 25; extra, $i ,..,t 75: double extra. Si I 85; treble extra, ki 2V.- " ."si: family, jr. 7"; fancy. . 6 2,".. Connueal no sales in joiuiil lots; jobbing from shire at tJ lu for siaipbinl. VKCKTABLES Potatoes, in store, $1 7;s2; northern, $2ft2 2". Sweet poMtaes, fl "V.jK!a band. Onions in store. ?:t 2".i.: .via barrel. Etilisj AND BUTTEIi Eggs lower. W..19C. Butter mtslium, IM2K; choice, 27c; creamery, 32M34C. oleomargarine, 20c. I"OULTRY' 4.1iii:ken abundant; young, $1 50 ,1: hens. Su25; roosters, $2 50. FKUITS AND BERK1ES. Oranges, nominal. Lemons, $4 50(45. Pcaclies, j0((7jc i.r Ji-husbel box for tine. Apples In store, northern. S fancy. 2Ta2 "0. Cruul-erries iu barrels, .s rsiia 9 .50. as lo ijiialitv : half barrels. NTT.-. "Peanuts - red. :.;'": 'Vinrlnl. 7 ..7,4c per pound. Pecans, 12!fls. , acconling to size, llrazil nuts, 10t!llc per isjund. Filberts. Ue i.t pound, 'aliiuts, 16c tar pound. Coeoniitits, f.;. MISCELLANEOUS.-Hominy, Skl ii -a b irr. 1 : grits, J;ir..,:i '25 a barrel. Cider Missouri. S-'J '&& 9 75 ubairel. White la-ana medium, $1 ;i .1 ioj navy, SI 7r.pil s.". Dried apples, 8'ic r isuind. Driel peaches, 4c per pound. Nails. $5 2.". rates. IKM; PRODUCTS Mesa pork, $16 50. Bacon clear side, packed, 10c: clear rib, 9c; shoulders, fi'-ic. Hams sugar-cured, 'lf'iyts. Breakfast bacon. llia12c. Lard, tierce. 8J4S9C; pails, )'i&efile : kegs, 9;rae. Jobbing' rates, lnpli 15 percent, aliove these quotations, which are for large quantities. GROCERIES. Coffee. l:!14'c for ordinary, 15JsJ Uih's- for fair, 1IhJ,17c for "good fuir, ls.:.lsi,.,,. fr clioice. Tea imperial, .VaijSOc. Rice Iiuisianu, 6J47c; Carolina, 6'a"7,.ic. Salt per cnr-loa.1, 51 40: from store, S4 "si per barrel : coarse, per sack. 51 :Vx31 40; fine, $1 65. Sugars Louisiana open kettle very scarce. -i9'4e: vellow clariiied, 10 lOJi-; white clariiied. 10,ftllc; cut loaf. UJijg; gTanulated, ll'e; powdered, 11(. Molasses ' sngarnoaafl reboiltsd ebofee, ,":;....-Vs ; prime, 4Se: fair, 42$14l, ; syrups, :J."aoc. BAQOniti AND TIES. Bagging llax, 10llc. J ole. ITS to 2 His, HM12c: niixetl. lltsll'Jc. i ies -tandard makes, S2 15; pieced and outside brands. Si 75. Twine. 17c perlh. LIME AND CEMENT. Lime. 90C&S1 a barred; ixiulsville cement, SI 75 a barrel; Rosedalc cement, $2 25 a barrel: Portjaad, S" 50. HIDES AND LEATHER, ETC. Oak sole, .",7(3 loo: Hemlock. 27:i0c per lb.; harness. :'.r(al0c, skirting, :ESaf2c; French c'nlf, (loiiio per doxeni domestic calf. $nn(.il" per doseu. Hides dry tliut, No. I. I8e; No. 2. 1.. (alt's-; dry salt, l ie: green. 7c; green salt, tie. Shccittikins, .aoc(a$l "si. Tallow, 4$ QtV. Beeswax, 21k'. WOOL Tubwashod, aeS4oi' ; unwashed, 22j26c : hurry, 1.VOJ20C Blcmplils Cattle Market. Frey 6: Schilling, of the Southern stockyard. North Secoud street, report the cattle supply light : tmde active for good qualities, inferior and com mon slow. Boo brisk demand, supply light: prices firm, witli a tendency to go higher. Slice;, and lambs supply light, demand limited ; prices stead v. 0.untallons: CATTLE. Choice to extra butchers qualities. S:l SOAS 75; medium to good butcher qualities, 52 75e:l 25; common to fair, S22 50: thin, light and inferior, SI 25(il 75. HXJ8. Best select tons, MS to ifiOponnd. S-254 5 50; fair to gissi. list to l.'O pounds, f."i(.i.i 2".; rollgn and coiniuon. nil weiglits, s-4 750 I 90. SHEEP Choice mutton grades, per cut, gross, s-i ,'.i'l; fuir to -ood, per cwt, Sft 2.":: 75; common, a-rtiend. S2...2 .': stiasket, per head, SI 2501 75. LAMBS. liest .tialit1es, nft to 75 pounds, per ewt, avoas, at saa)6i atodjtua to aood, ja-r bead, S3 (2 50: common, per head. SI 2.ya:l ia). cows AND CAI.Vlis liood tocholce.per head, S25Q35: common to medium, per head. M5f$20. BY TELEURAI'H.l NEW YORK, .September JO.-Flour dull: suK.r (Ine western and State, KI 25f.il VV'hent lnode rate traile; ungraded red. ..- i Uii.1. Coffee dull; Rio, carg.H'S, quotisl, l::'.4(iil7c: job lots. l .is.-. Sugar weak ; fair to goud rettolnir, "iJs 7:.,-. Ullllsaw il doll. Kice steady, with a fair de mand. Pork steudy ; new mess quoted, S1550. Lard firm: prime steain. ,s.2"HS.:15t'. CINCINNATI, September 20. Flour stea.lv: family. Si 60i4 v.; fancy, S5 2'a .". s-".. Wheat .as'er; No. j unihcr. u.,.i."sj: No. 2 red winter, 91kg 9c: Lor.Il steady: No, 2 mixed, 44c. Oats in good demand; s.i. '.' mixed. t)J(ii.14c. Rve in gissl demand: No. 2 ful), SH.a'.ilc. Barley stoadv w itli a fuir demand : No. 2 full. B5c. p,,rk dull. Sin. Lard dull, V h'. Bulk meats'diill. oigfcsac. Bacon su !; Ith a fair demand, 6'4. Pr, trlc. Whisky qiiler, (1 IS. LOUISVILLE, Sentemlicy 2). Flour cosier; ex tra, Siltt-l 25; extni family, ff:i SOslJ; A No. 1. S4 50 ;:.: cboiee Eancy, oujiC. Wjcal steady, ttgd Corn firm: No. 2 while Jn."- No ...iv.-.l ttJfif, Oafs .'airly active aini a sliade biglier: No! 2 iii(e, mj !;. 2 mated, tbe. Rye active and a sluule higher ; 2o. 2 lull, XjSc. Hay steady, Sllijs 14 ao. Pork quiet, Sin. Lurd il ifl , prime stenm, K'ic. Bulkineataqtilet,sy,H;niril,0.. Haci.uquict but steady, tlVi, 6.so(s,sjV. "Sngar-eured hauu, (31240. Whisky active and llrni, SI 12. CHICAOO, September 20. Flour quiet. Wheal unsettled and lower; No. 2 red winter, 92!-jit'.i:ti No. 2 spring ( iiiciiu'o. Wfyt&WQ&p cash, 92;4" tolaT. JslV.iiiOS'e November: No. :i spring, riWy''d. Ga07Oc. Cora oelive but lower: us- e s.'.e ash, mi kecTember, -t04e October. 4t!4i Nov. lier. Oats dim. wea- .)'"' lower: H0ie cash, :M-Sei tember. 29c bid for Octobui aj. ! November. Rye eii-ier. 85c. Barley easier.' ?47Sc Husk ujodcr (ielv active and higher: Si 7 7MKTrV caaaTslv 85 Uf etis; September, S17 7M17 TTiOetober, S12 9-5 bid vthaoer.' Card fiiirlyactire and a shade hi-.'hrr: 7.9ik' eaSh, Oetoliet ayij Novenihcr. Bulk meats drmer;jihoulders,5.45c(ahort ritt; 8.55c; short clear. g.70c. Whisky steady, $113. ' ST. LOL'W. St'Pleraber 30. Flour steady. Wheat a shod, belief i jiisli options unsettled and closing lower: No. 2 r.d. '.-:9--7s,,'X'8C ensh. lanaalM'. ai92 tletober, v-MnV'ipJl i::v Xovember. IShJ? 9gtji99ite Dwember, ''-,,,c ye; N.i. ., rest, s.j'4c: No. 4 rxsil, kljMsaV, 4Joru brttaf ; uiah op tilinseiisv : li-.afsrVc eush. aJiM.f;jCUctoh, r.:ts. (SplVaC Novcinher. 3MSHfitf f)c. -eiiiber. :17V" ::c'4c year. Oats sternly : isft cash and Meptcni nee, M .. October. 21K' December, 2S,iO3!j' year. Rye firm. s'.'tjis")1,-. Barley steady: medium lo prime, so isi'iy' -: choliy. to fancy, 925s'631. Eggs lower, 14) (rtlni'. sii'skv steady, SI 1:1. Pork none offering. Dry salt mcnfft.r.' r 5 40ftS. kH.aoc. Ilueon tinner, i.'.i.i'.'1, .i".i.i;V,.'.i.7.V.' latfCiJu. 7:;c asked. NEW OKI. KAN'S, September zo. fl2"r quiet hut firm, buyers nnd sellers apart ; qnoted. sutaT Atte. S2 75(i:i; double extra, Slti 2": treble extra, ;l tanfc0; high grades, $4 6&A5 75. Corn uuict ana jreak, Malli, pal dull. 47c Commeal dull, S2 2... Ilav stcinlv wui, g mod dciniind: prime. M.V..PJ: choice. fJOtfrll. Pork .pi:, S16. laird Me;i..ly : tierce, s1 . ..s-je; keg, V1 C- Hulk meats tea);. 'with a good demand; shoulders, ,V'4c. Bticoo quicf - ahiuilders, 6? c : clear rib, 0!4c : clear. Jc, fcoaf ,cu4c,l bajns dull: canrnsed, 11 12'4'. W hisky i(eadt , jj ih-jji recti Hed, Slftsl lii. Co nee scarce aud (inn, fcvio, .01 orilinurv to prime, quoted al 14t17c. Bugar acaftio aid linn: quoted, fully fair to prime, :4.'' 'V- yellow clarifital. ii' .'. Molasses dull nnd nominal. Rice iu g.swi demand ut full prices; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, 4'. PRY (.OOUS. mat r-t. Ptr 1 wry rrr-r,,,- j NEW Y'ORK. September 3D. BustudSS continues 1 t;fr with cotton goods in comhiission housi's, i and prb't-s remain steady. Prints are fairly active. IJJnghui.is and dress g.Mids are uioving steadily. Ftiuinels, jcaus and repellant are in niodenite d'e ' loand, but clothing wiaden gtasla continue quiet. Skirts an. I drawers in light demand and prices : lifju. Foreign goods In bur request. kl f n J. M. HILL & CO i K3 ac PQ Main St,, Cor Monroe (OWFATIOV DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. T A MEETING OF THE SHELBY COfNTY 11. TK-inm ralie Executive Committee, held tnie the 11th day oi September, ISM, it was Reholvkii, That aConvantion ol the Democratic party be held, at the EXPOSITION BUILDING, iu Nlcinphis, oil Thursday, Scplfmbpr SOlli, at 11 A.M., for the pnrpoae of nominating Two Candidates fot Senator, and six Candidate for Representatives hi Ihe next Legislature of Tennessee. Wards and District meetings, for the purpose of selecting Del h Ue said convention, will be held on SATITR DAV, litujtgiuncr 2Mkt at the usual voting pUeas the Wards at 7'.j o'elOCa u 111., tuid Ihe Districts at tne nour.it 4 p.m. lue loiuiwihj ,s !Ue rcprgseu Ulion agreed upon. WARDS. First Second Third Fourth fifth 13 Sixth 9 10 Seventh a ... 15 F:ighth IS 11 Ninth t; ...10 Tenth 7 DISTRICTS First 5 Tenth 5 Second 4 Klcventb 5 Thinl ...4 Twelfth 4 Fourth 4 Thirteenth 2 eifth 3 Fourteenth , 5 Sixth 7 Fifteenth 4 Seventh.... 7 Sixteenth S IJghth s Seventeenth 2 Ninth s Eighteenth a Tbe committee respis. tfully recommend to the convention tbe adoption of the follow ing resolu tion: That no scttlciueut of the State d.-lit. las maUe until the question is (irsi .ui, muted to and mi, tied h) He- people at a special election held Jay that, purtais-. Ti,.,; nil anidklats las rcquir.1 to j. ledge themselves' to supfioVt 110 meusiire looking" to the aetthgnenl of the State debt which does not provide a submission of the pmu6iiion to the Is ople, but to use all lion. irahle means to defeat any such measure: and that no coiihui. or bond, .e nia.te receivable for taxes or other dues 10 the State." It w ill also be thedutv of sai.l convention to a potnt mi Kxeeutivc Committee iu place of the present one. w hose term of service will expire. The Democracy of Tipton anil Fayette counties are respectfully nsnicsted to scud delegates at the lime named, ai that a Floterial Convention may la- held. lor Ihe j .: ; . oi . i- . ;nu a Floterial Mutator and Representative. The ruunuittiv deprecates llie division which o curre.l at Nashville in the Convention, aud hopes that Ihe Democrac) wf slirlh) eounlv. without re gard for their preference f,.r Oovchior. wll meet l.sjti'thcr iu couveiitioii, and uominate liandidates for the l.egislaiure wlium all men desiring good s ..in ,-nn coriiiauwipi upon By order ol the Dc mi.-rati hUecutive omuiittce. J- J cofcEMAX; Chalnaau. M. F. htsstov, Mtwffjary, RIVER REPORT. HI t IKS AMI WEATHER. The billowing official tabh? give particu lars 1 .ineerniuc the condition of rivers and weather at all htiportaut laMnts. OFTtaAI. SlONAI.gRBVICF. T. .1 A. f. Mem I'liis. s.-ptembcr :), Is-sn i Aliove low Change. water. Rise Fall Feet, inches, inches, inches. Cain. Ciuciirnafl 7 DuveiiKrt I Dubuque a Helena 12 Kcoktilt ;; Leavenworth C - Little Rock . I,.. . 1 lIjtUviIlc. .. sTTi.? 5 Meiiiibla 7 Nashville . . 1 tS'. u Orleans 11 Pittsburg 1 JShrcvctKirt S St. Lout.. IU Vi. kshuTK I 8 I u i- I IS ! 2 i "h I - 7 ' i "' 1 6 .jtm.::::::. 19. ii 1 a" "Bctoa' bench mark. I Bench mark, low water 1879. iBench murk, low water 1874. metf:orolx;ical rkport. Time. Bar. Ther. Wind. Weather. 7:ia.ni. I Sn.lKI lid N.W. ICloudv. 2:H0p.m. 30.19.1 ' 72 . N.W. lOIoUdv. SrWp.in. I S0.V1 ! -6S i N. flon.ly. Maximum tlicrinometer, 7G. ' lliniaitua thermometer, 64. Rainfall, 0.03. BY TELEGRAPH. Nashville. September 20. River falling with 1 foot 3 inches on the. shoals. WHEELING, September 20. RiverS feet 1 inches, and fulling. Weather warm and cloudy. YICKSBCRG. September 20. Weather clear: thermometer I p: E. O. Sbiiuird, 10 last night. Arrived: City of jBaleaa. PITTSIH'KU. September 20 Noon. River 1 foot, and falling. Weather cloudy and mining. Night River 10 inches, and falling. Weather clearing and w arm. NEW ORLEANS, Septeinl-er 20. Weather clear and pleasant: thermometer (Hl No arrivals or departures. The Scheiick leavesfor Cincinnati to morrow. EVANSVILLE,Septcmbcr20 Night. River 5 :i-10 feet, and rising. Weather eloudv and oiol. Ar rived: Cons Millar, Memphis, 9 p.m. Departed: lliilar. Cincinnati, if p.m. ST. LOUIS, Septemlser 20 Night. River fallen I inches, with 10 feet I inched by the gntigc. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: Belle of Phrcve port. New Orleans ; Ilcimcr, Memphis. Departed: Maude. Memphis. LOl'ISVILLE, September no Noon River full ing. feet in the euunl and S feel jn the chute on tlic fulls. Night River stationary, .". feet in the canal and 3 feet in the chute ou tlie falls. Weather cool and cloudy, with light rain. CINCINNATI, September 20 Soon. River 7 feet 7 inches, and stationary. Weather cloudy nnd cooler. Night River 7 feet ('. Inches, and station ary. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: Golden Rule, New Orleans. Departed: Bedford. New Or leans. CAIRO, September 20 Noon. Weather eloudv and pleasant. Arrived: Springer. New Orlcaus. II .-..in. Departed: Joe Kinney, Vicksburg, 7 p.m. : Springer, Cincinnati, noon. Night River V feet 8 inches, ami falling. Weather clear: thermometer ot". . Arrived: City of Providence. Vicksburg. :; p.m. ; Chouteau, St. Louis, 4 p.m.; John Gilinore, New Orleans, 7 p.m. Departed: Providence, St. bonis, 4 p.m.. 'H I Mi: ts Mr THE I.ETEE. Arrivals. R. R. Springer, New Orleans; W. .1. Poll event. Council bend : Juuies Lee, Friars l'oint ; 'leorge W. Cheek, Arkuntaa Citv; Osceola Belle, Osceola: Will Kyle, Cincinnati: Ste. Genevieve. St. Louis: J. B. M Kchlor, St. Louis; Ilutcsville, St. Francis river: Grand Tower, Vicksbarg. Di:p iKTt t'.Ks Htv of Rroviilcnee, St. Louis; S c Gcncvieve, St. f unis; Gold Dust, Vicksburg: Will Kyle, New Orleans R. R. Springer. Cincinnati : Osceola Belle, Osceola: W. J. i'oltevcnt. Council. Bend: .lumen Lee. Friurs Point: Ouachita Belle. Arkansas citv; James W. Gaff1. Cincinnati. In I"or.T. Grand Tower, Batesvllle. Boats Dik. Down: Joe Kiiincv. ( buries p. Chouteau. Cp: Mtirlin Bpood, Hani Cash, John T. Moore, W. J. Mtevent, Golden tlty. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. St. LofisfGrand Tower. George Corvell muster, 10 a. in. IIfi.kna John T. Moore, J. E. Montgomerv mas ter, 5 p.m. Vic'Ksii'cnr. Jia- Kinney, J. J. Cart Wright mas ter, lo a.m. Commewe W. J. Poitevent, William J. Ashi.ud master, " p.m. New OuLEiNs-f l.urles B. Chouteau, Wit, Thorweigun niaster. in a.m. , KKCEIPT8 YRSTERDAY. Batesvllle ;") bales cotton. Will Kyle 100 boxes starch. R. I. Springer llsipkgs lniscelliirleous frcijjhL J. 11. M. Keillor 42 bsls flour. H nercliandisc. James Loe ::. bales cotton, list) ks cottou-see.i, 11 pkgs sundries. W. s. poitevent ."1 bales cotton, 20 ska cotton seed, lot .sundries. Grand Tower IS bags secd-cotton, 33 sks 'cotton seed, lot sundries, Osocolu Belle 258 hales cotton, 9 bags, seed-cotton, 1071'. sks cotton-seed, 9 pkgs sundries. Geo. V. Cheek 17 bales cotton, 21 bag seed cotton. !tl2 sks cotton seed, :u pkgs sundries. Ste. Genevieve 2250 dry brls, kM Wof brU, 1046 pails bird, 10 pes bagging. 12S sks corn, luu sts bran. 355 sks oats, hd horses, bale cotton, ii hags s.ed-cottou. D" II. PORT OTES. The loan T. Moore for llelena this afternoon. The George W. Cheek has laid up for the present. A good business, was transacted on the levee ve terday. ' ' " - -o,s T .:. .. - . . The rjverat this point fell 0 inehej ycuerdac. leaving 7.3 flu the giWa,'. ' ' - " The J. B. If. Ijehbir naaswt down yeatenlay evening for Kew Orlpann With Ritsj I4))is ui freujbl 5The li. 1'.. Springer passed up Sunday niorojngut dii light for the Ohio river with 400 tons of freight. The ste. Genevieve arrived yesterday evening from St. 1.--its with 07.73 iackagesof freight, and re turned last night. owing to tlu? Impossibility of securing labor hist night, the .lames W. Gaff will not leave umB 10 o'clock this morning. The l'sitesville. Captain O. K. Joplin, is the packet this evening at .". o'clock for st. Francis river. A. L. Banning in the oflicc. The Joe Kinney, ( 'upturn J. J. Cartwright, Is the Anchor-line packet this morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. The W. J. Poitevent, captain Wm. .1. Ash ford, is the packel this evening ut .". o'clock for Commerce and tbe benda. Neil Booker Ls her clerk. The Martin Sp. d, Cuptain J. J. Durragh. is the Wednesday packer for Arkansas river.' Charles Muaselmarr nnd Will Durrugh arc her clerks. ThcGmnd Tow.T. c.'iptalH'Ucorge Corvell, is the Anclior-iinp p.ic,i,t h4s n,orn;n" at 1( o'clock for ( iiiroaud St. Iiuis. 1 iinmasAVhitu Is'bet cbjrk. ' 1 hen the (la 11' had tnubed disehnrging her cargo yesterday the lauding looked as though n hulf dozen big wan-houses Itad been emptied upon it. Tlie Will Kyle, from Cincinnati bound for New ( irlctins. passed dow n tit daylight yesterdav morn ing with a big freight trip aud 80 cabin passengers. The John T. Moore. Captain .1. E. Montgomeiv. is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock For Helena and all way lauding W. IL and J. IL Stone are her clerks. Receipts by river for the past forty eight hours have been very good a presage- of tlic Loom that is soon to break upon tlie city. The list foots up 179 hales cotton, 57 bags seed-cotton and ISos sacks cotton-seed. The Hani Cash. Osstain Ed. C Postal, will ar rive to-morrow morning, atur leaves again to-inor-row evening al 5 oTdock lor nil points on White river. gotig tlun gh to .J.ieksonisirt. Charles M. Postal i- hen iM1 Tho great iron steamer ( baric. P. Ciimiteati. i 'aptsin 'William Thorweigan. is the Ai.chor-liiier at 10 o'clock I r Vickshurg. New Orleans and nil intermediate landings. George Milteubergcr pre sides in her office. I I Its.. IN VI . Major John D. Adams came over from Little Rock Sunday night. Lee Cninuiiiis. j... BKtfmed his duties in tlie oaas of the ouachlm Belie yesterday. Captain Muse, formerly of the Natcher, ls now in command of tlic Edwiird J. Gay. Pilot charier Nichols went up oh the Providence Sunday to bring out tlic Henry' F"rank. Eugene Hale is now second clerk of the Vint shi iik ie. rice Charley Patterson, rcelgned. Captain George H. Alcoke. hilnju a Memphis steam l-oatniun. went dhwn ;n command of the J. II. M. Keillor y estenliiy. 1'r. Dun Donovan 5s medical purveyor of the mtUchHa BiTle and John T. Moore, witli liead lUartcrs' ,-; tLc (Jist luiiued hcajj. Cantain.f. Frank Fftcks o; the Hvnrv Fmnk. was in. the city yesterday. His hie odttou -carrier will leave St. Imis for the south Thursday. captain li. W. IJgliU.uxiie left for Wiiford, Mich igan Sunday innruiug. lib family, who arc vislt lug there, w ill return with him to Memphis. Among the passengers nt be the Grand Tower yesterday afternoon w ere Dr. 11. II. Blackburn, of Lacoiiiu, and Mr. Georgu M. licek, of Arkansas 'Citv. Captain IVntal tclsgruiha Captain Lightbnrne from De valla Bait that the Hard Oish w ill la- in to-morrow iu time to leave ut her regular hour in the uttemoon. PH'kl'.D VP AIIRIIT. A dispatch ironi Kvunsvillc repOHj the Cherokee agmund ut Flint island Imr. Ohio river boats arc having all the business thev can handle, uu.l rates might ta' worse for owners. 1 John p. Braja.o.,;, jtpciitl;' mat in the abash river. Wus got nYlolit Suniluy and started to Padncsdi for reimirs. The little steamer Edith, used bva St. Louis drummer to convey him from place to place, was entirely destroyed by fire on Vriduv lust at the mouth of Red river, she was owned by St. I-ouis Jsirtics. and was insured. In a row on board the Annie P. Silver, Saturduv momine, near New Orleans; between the second unite aa4 s tall ed ronster, the former fired a shot at his opis.ucnt. bni lhivslug lniu wounded a pas scnger named Dick Howell. The lujured'murt ns taken (o the hospibil, and tho otti er d lo avoid arrest. The commerce of a city is her life, nnd It should bo free and unrestricted. The government Imposes suilieienl burdens on it: why should the city add to them ' Why sliould u trading mid manufacturing community voluntarily put obstructions in the way uf its business? The wharfage tax, for in stance. Is an Imposition and a nuisance to the en tire shipping interest; why should It not be abated'.' Iudeed, why did It cvur exist at all? lot, HO V i s V Ml IMInd S. The Plana arrived Saturday night w ith another tow ot" stone for paving tlic streets. The Srtin Roberts and barges, fnun New Orleans, passed i.o .;n.-l'iy morning, hound for St. Louis. The Port i&m and fa...... tvnd "uk'und and barges, from New Orleans, passed up "yesterday .veiling for St. Louis. The i-'uture City and bai-ges and A.J. Baker and barges, from St. I ...ui.- passed down yesterday morning for New Orleans. At 10 o'clock yesterday, at Ihe foot of 1'nioii street, I'nlted states Marshal Williamson sold at public outcry the towboat Piasu. There being hut one bid of WOO, it was knocked down at that figure, the purchasers being tbe Memphis Stone and Gravel company. The Stesanior Joseph Henry -Mew I.laht ha i. mice tor the 1 lll. cillli llis- saataV This disiriet extends iruia 61. Paul to New Or Icalis, anil the Missouri rfver to" Kansns-citv. Tlie .heeph Henry w 115 bull: at JctTersonvillc, Iudtanit. ironi sis-ejfieft'ti..ns, rut'iiisbcd by the Rghthonse hoard, w ashingtou. Mr. J. Vauglain. Miis?r isiug hidbJer for the Isjard r.ip! .rta,led.f..r this nort, and rriiumd 111 JenerviuvIHe front, ;.iiug ..f the kiscl until the Isiat was entirely coiiipletcd, savs her dimensions arc us follows: Length, 180 sect; bouui, 2 lect: engines, is incbes diiuucter. :. leet stroke; three boilers (steel), 28 leet long, 42 inches diame ter. Hull aud cabin, by How ard A ( o. ; engines by lit i.lgcw aid V Co. ; boilers, bv Zier & Co. AH her .until was pun-hascd ut St. IauiIs. Carpets, furn ished by Trorliclit s, Diitnker: ikanitrllajii by Fay: glass and queensware by MQIer A Stei.iicn son: plate and cntlerv, try Cheever A Bun-hanl-furniture ami heddiiig. by Martin Lammcrt: stoves and kitchen ware, by Dunlevy. slie .Iraws light-.', n et ail. and 36 inches torward. Tbc in spector (or the tiftc.nth dLstrirt is fommamtcr John J. Read. Cnite.1 states navv: tbe assistant Etifign A. f Hodgson, t'niusd States navy. (Iteaiulraaiinan'a l icy n. . The war price denianiled (orstemli:itinetrs ltpciiscs is an uxfortiou that a gsr.it soWrun(,,U like ours should . aaliamctl tif. It L als.ut the only tax now levied on lafa-si, anfl should be n duted to ut luisi the auti-wat rates, it not abolished AUSTIN, BERRY & CO. Manufacturers aud Wholesale Dealers of CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS 323 Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee. BsMei-plisiiils wAiisiitg Kxm1 lit our line will Hud a LARGE STOCK to select from, and nt sis LOW PKICES M tlwBj fan be bought in the Eastern markets. We liianulaelure all our jeans and staole ivoimIm at lionie. and we ank an iusption to prove what we say. WJFL We liave Evcrybtxlj'. Mens", AUSTIN, i w riT.ifflffUiPr It b leapt up at i j-ro'iit .Isure only to fM ti lot of i-iiiH.TiimiU'mrii'. who tnttfii 00 tiM cxHCtlous tlint art.' inijMstHl liy tlie noveniiut'iit on the h tea m bout oushies. PertkajM ii reduction of the license to the ;iiit siiiriiosti-.i utjiihl be better thun to alvolish it; hut in that east thi-n art other pursuits that have no more riiiht to he exempted than steaiiiltoatinjr, anl lair noss nnd justW nn1 ecjiiftl rights require tht thev should he pluucti on tne saun- footing. If the 11 censing of s team. joat men is eontinucfl, ltt mil road men anil other- equally entnifited ith human life and projKfrtv be liccne-l also. It U said the inpeetors do not want the UtWDBB f-'e re duced heCsMtseit will result in a reduc Uoo of tlieir Kalariep. Very well, that will be an excellent move in the direction of etoaomj JUld tSOli do Bo harm ti the public or the i-tc:unbtmt interest, but w ill relieve the latter of a burden that is w idely suspect od of being iiwless, or nearly so. ami that, ut any ratecertainly "eojsts more than it comes to.'1 MOVKX KJTM or M't:.ir sn i'ii !:s NEW ORLEANS, September -.U Arrivel : WtX& dercr, Belize. Ql'IUi:XTOWN, tx'ptember 20. Arrived: Olym pu. New York. UtxSTON, SeptemU-r-H). Arrived: Samarfj and Ilyrian, Liverpool. NEW YORlv, Septeinlier 20. Arrived: Boltvia, .t.lasgow: Allcmama, Jlainbnnr: Unltlr and Spain, I.lveriool. The L'itv of Berliu brought ..77,000 gold. LOXnON, Sgpteinher JO. Arrived out : Herder, fvitte mid Stae of Indiana, New York; Iutke Wlu ncK'g. Montreal. The steamer Aurora, fromOiorto for Southampton, foundered at sea: ti ft v p.ions drowned. 'Ihe steamer Yictlng. froia Montreal, was tt-wed into Falmouth w ith her propellergooe. The steamerState of Alabama, which wiled from j!;ngok- Satnrdivy for New York, put brick with her propf'llcr loose. She must dock for re pairs. STEAMBOATS. FOU LUU1SULLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis &t)hio River Packet Co For Louisville and Ciuciiiimti. The Kletrant I'asenger Steamer James W. OaflT, r.jj.T Robert W. nstusaaster I Wf S. Crojnier7 3 Leaves THIS liAV, Sept. Sltatt , ut 10 a.111, TorfKlgMUrJlau...- . W. CidfiTBrnNE, Qoucral stmritt and Tii l. t Kseat, NloMtreetleyJhK FOit NEW OKLKANS. sit. Louis aud Xrs Orloun Am-lior I, lit. For Vii kst,iiis.f. Natolii-z anil New iirl.-uns. C. I. liiMiteaii. Ttiimvoliin. master. Mill leave tlu-Anehor I-iii.' Khnrflioat 'I Ills HAY. Sei.t. ilst, at lu a.m. For frrlpiit ur -i.,M i j. ply to All SI'uU.'l. Sii.'t i.n Wlmrfliiiiit. FQR CA1KO AND ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, unil Virksliurv Anrhar Line t'.si. .si nil run aiko A.NI) ST. 1.U1 is. (ico. Can-ill. mn will leave the Anrhor Line srnariDoat THLH DAY, Sei.temlier 21st. at In a.m. Fiir'lrciuht or inissage api.ly lo Al BTOgM, Bnptonirharfl mi. FOR VICKSBURG. tit. I.ouiw ami Vieksburi; Aiic-h.ir Une DssMasI sMasttca Mail FnK Yii KsjHL'Kn. foe in ne J&tEfe Will leave the Anchor Line Wharfl.oai THIS PAY, September -1st. at 10 a.m. For freight or piissafre apply in AI STQ11M. Sup't on wharftafct FOR ARKANSAS RIVKK. Memphis an.l Pino Bipifii. n, stall 4.ine. -r'or Pine Bluti, utile rtocx, ami Ihraagh lo Fori Smitb. Iflariio ?st-efl. ; 'Cu Lj. rturragh. .. master rh.is. MtisM-lmtui tTerl IXMive ns aliove V, kiiNKshay. September 2U, al 5p.m. Forfn-i'lit or lutssae apph to JOHN X. IIARU1.N. Sii.'i M' . Fronl -t. Ft IE ARKANSAS ( ITY. For Arkansas t'ily nnl Pine Hliitr R. K Ada,,;, V S Mail line steamer For Helena, . Friars Poiiif, Arli.insM City and r;lne Bintt U. it. tfuaelMta llSelle, M R. fTieek. master I Cummins, el k Leaves ns aliow iin.l nil nay lanainss every MtN I)AY ami Till'lt-SUAY, at 5 p.m., eouneetlns at Arkansas City ever.1 Tuesday with steamer Deaa Ailams for GneavttM ami Yiekshtir. I. T. WA8H1KGTOT?, Ag nt. M adison st. K1)R ('t)MMKR('K. Conssarrre bsm inia nnilv J - -in . i i i-i W. .F. JPoiteveiit. W. J. AsWtrsd..i .master I Nell li. .!.. Leasas as slol HAIl-Y, al .'. u eh freight or passant. npily on lssinl. fs i. for FOR gr. KRANl lS RIVKK. sieuil.lii-, aaai si. fl aniila Rls.r I . s. Mali 1.1 io Tin' light-draft steamer Ratesvi.Ie, Lt O. K. Jolin, muster Rnmin. cY I : " " .KtexSS!- Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY and SAT I'RDAY KVENIKQS, at .".p.m., for Mariaima, the (Jut-uil' untl. all Intermediate laudingM. For W'itlshnrsf ' Sfareitw C'oIIIhn. Stmt v.. J. t'arveii. master, leaves M.!:. for Wittslmn.' ami way liinilint EVERY T1'11 AY, THURSDAY aud BATURDAT, at Dii'ilis'k a.m.. nnil ranniaK ii Dnecttoa uiih tho Memphis and Little Itoek Pllrnsd J. i. kaxhai.t.. Bnpt FOR HELENA. r?r ,e,,eH;i "tl M'J tai,ll.(,,-'4'lie new Iron fnlai r Steamer a JOHN T. MOORE. .riC. .master I W. II. Stone Will lean- as al every TI'lj-UAY, Tlilltsj- DAI anil SATt KDA Y at 5 D.m. ror rreiirnt or passajre appl K. w. umitbT'rse, ire apply on boarrl. tsi'iit. 7 Monroe st. LKE LINK STEAMERS. l orl.li inl.it. . Helena anil Friars loiiil. fames Iec, tHZ Staelt Lee, master Whitlow, i l.-r's Will leave as above on every MONHAY. WBTOJESDAY nnd FRIDAY, nt i p.m ottiee. No. o Madison street. YOB WHVyE RlVKU. Memphis & White River Packet. teuiihir ItxiencnuViit Memphis nnd White Itlver Packet For Aturosta, ,i u ksoppost sjearey. anil way ioints. The regular iudepeu- H ARD ( ASH. E. O. Postal niR.i.T I c l...i..l .1-1- Will I.-mj... l..,,. !,,'' v--..-i.'v .,-,'.-. ,-,.'.:T7.s.-. -: - - --s. i. i.s r. .. l . on and afUirYelnes,i;iy, Sept. 1st, at A p.m. ForfrcieUt or pasaave apply to R. W. l.ltillTBFRNE No. T Monroe si., o;.),. l',-.il.o.lv Hotel Ful: OSCEOLA. Trl-kl, I . s. M..II .,-k, i Kor lUn tfcilnb.iiilltiij, (! - -in a.i.l v.iiy Uti.liniis. tPNecoSn Kelle. Will M,....L.- .,',, ,, , , DAY and qHDAY, nt .-. p.m. For Information a"p: pjyin2l'''-rd. or in N... ;: Madison str.-et. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. 111.1 lIARRY'sl Mfsnphla Wmta unci Bliw-k Stiver 1 . N. Mail l-ark. I. For Indian Hay. St. Charles. Clar. ndon Devalls Bluil, Dei Are. Augusta, Jaekson(iort.West l'oint gearey, Batesvllle, Pbwhattan, un.l Foearsontas! The new sad elegant steamer losie Harrr. . . . v i "i" 'i. -ueiuuiiis r.vr.Ki -.m lili.VY at r li m., eonnwttng din et with tin- new Rim-k nr. r' f"' &. uall lateaet Mll.T HARRY for I'owhntlali and rviviihejlili:. and with Iinilv I'm ki ts to Ratt-sville nnd I'ppei W lilt' nver. Tlmiin;h rates ,iill points reiijlit ii.nslgiKd t.i Milt Ilnrrv Line, Memt.hii orTerretjj. will!,,. .rutnptlv lorwiudod. Oihee, So. i Malison street. SucceKSors to Cirulbs. Anstiii V Berry, the LAKC.EST HETAIL DEPARTMENT Vi THE CITY, composed of goods to Suit Youths, and Children's Snli in great variety. BERRY & CO., Miss Higbee's School , Ttipi) lMaco, UphIp and Lniidpi'dalo Sis. mempiiin, xtmrnmrnrnm. MISS JENNY M. Hit. BEE, PRINCIPAL. Assisted by Eight Trained and Experlenred Teachers. Kl ot't AS MOXOAY. IMTOBEK 4. 1SSO. COfRSE OF PTCDY EMINENTLY PRACTICAL Execptlonal a.lvantnges in Elocution, Latin ainlHeiles-Leltres. French and Herman practically --j "... .t,i leoiiifisiiiioii n siiei-ini- ty). Rook-kcciunjr, if desired. Thorough disci pline. accurate scholarship and calistheules In every iteimnincnt. Hoarding pupisi provided for. Cir culars, with full announcements, nt the book stores. Principal's address until October 1st ::7;i .Vilnius street. (TSTOJI-MIDF, SIIIH I S. G.RENOULT, 337 Main Street, CUSTOMHIRTS! No. 2 Plain Shield Fronts 61 75 No. 2 Plotted Fronts OO No. 1 Main Shield Fronts 2 OO No. 1 Plaited Fronts a aa asVAIl work warranted nnd fit guaranteed. XOTIC'ES. Notice! f a would respectfully bat urpcntlv request all . ' emplojers ..i meinliersoi' the .lil!cr,-iit mil itary compim ies. and the civie societies of tliccitv to n Mow members of such h pnrtieiimtc in the pro cession ou tYiHlnewiliiy. tlie aad inalanl. I. N. SS-OWDEN'. Ch.iirman. 1). P. HADDElf, E, LUWENfl I KIN W. W. tst lUKilFlKLn, A. VACVARO. . I ANiJstaff, t. a davasit, W. ii. M M.l.l iKY. A. S. I.IVERMORE, JAMBS I KK. JR., -M. A. COCHRAN, '.- V. RAMBAUT, Ii. 1 1 1:'-'! KVIIl'lil, P. li. BlrAlf. JMI l Otlil I-:. See'y Ks.l'OBI. Memphis Hiiildingr A- Saviiifrs .Lssoeiatiou IHPORTAST XOTIt'E. rpiIE Pjinr.1 of Dire tors rosoivod, at their last I monthly meeting1, to issue a New Quarterly scries, and to resume muking loans on real estate ou the iirst Monday of October. The successful management of this, the Pioneer I'.t.U.Lns-Asxoemtion of Memphis during a js-riod ot over seven years, and ihe equitable treatment extended to all its ravmbcr. w ill Ik- ii sufficient In diiceinei.l to nil who desire to join an association or this kind. Parties desiring to subscrilio shares In ti..- neu seii.-s. ,,; (., L.,.t iu rther i tiformatioii re garding loans, uill applv t.- sam l llll;.s. ,i, Bec'y, 11 Main st. Shelby County Pair. nHV. nunc oi tlic Shell., County Srsjasn 4- Aasoelnlian is lo.-ntcd at No. 20 Madison Street (11. RlcliiiioiidV). Tlie Bnperintendent Ol the Srtnnds, Major K M M.is .ii. ran be found at the Fair lirounds every day. lnirnillniii.il October laih, i outiiiu' ing five days. JACOB THOMFSOW, President J. P. PaascpW, Secretary. Notice to Contractors. PROPpSALa will be received ut Chancer' Clerk's office, Senatobia. Miss., until October I isso for building a Levos and Trestle-work -mile'lonp' one mile east of Senatobia. Plans and specifications on file in my oflhse. D. C HCCLLAND clerk tseiuuol.ia, U,tiepteiiilier IS, 1HM0. Notic? to Contractors. OEAT.n-i pnoinsAI,S will be received at mv O oflc e until the LDth lust., for bnlldinc a Resi dence lor B. W. bake, Gnmada, Miss. Plans and sj. i!i. auods to be fi.un.l ou tile at uivoffice. The right to reject any and all hids-is r.-seh id iL BLKKE. M. und f. R. R. XOTIC'K TO STOCKHOLDEUS or MASONIC TEMPI. E. OrncE Sec'v Masonic TrarLE of Mrvpnis 1 T,- -M,,,l,l',1,'i,s- 'ienn., ScptemlsTli, 18H0. J HE Stockholders oi Ma.--. .uie Temnla of Mem phis are hen-by nqtilicrl lliat mi election for Pres iltf.. ...in rive Directors of said Association w ill be held ut the office of the Seeretarv in Ma senlc Temple, on Ihe Flrttl It mill a j ir ei, ner next, b bag the fourth dav of said month between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. 1 1 snare of said pa;d-up stock entitles the owner thereof to one vole. said election is held iu obedience to the Constitu tion and By-laws of said Association. By order of Hoard of Directors. ... , T, D I'. HADDEN, President. Attest: R. i'. , iM.iAMs.iN-. Secretary. 3-1.-. i. n:i., tc S. GABAY, AGENT, Rag-s, Iron, Paper Stoek, Loose Cotton, IITDKS, AND ALL KINDS OF MET L spasj 1.1 Itealc Nlreet, MeuiiiiiiH. Highest tush price paid lor all goods. Orders hy mul promptly attended to. INC tl.j.v.MMtUl ai. BIRDS! tfiANtltY BlatJseV jrjST rrBOTVED ASTJF--ar ply oi Oenaan i aaary Pirds, Cnpes, etc., nt MEMPHIS BIRD STORE, -1 1 Miiin street, Memphis;, E. WI1IGHT, Hifi ':- reicivcd (he finest nssortmcnl of fine LINJ? and MEZZOTINT KNORAVIXUS that has ever been in Memphis; also Solid aud Holiest Wold Jewelry, Ixioki;u-;l.iss s. nil Palntlnm, I hromos, Artist Materials nnd Ebony Franie;, at the Old Pietttre r'raine Slant, 3S) Main St. .tZasLs and (1os(uiiics! M A V, LOE W ENS TINE A 0., 'i. '-'tiil'. Main street. Memiiliis. DISTICIBI TIOX COMPAXY, POPULAR MONTIILY DH.WV1NU OF THE CoiiiinoHwcalth Distribution Co. At Mncauley'.s Theater, in the city of Ix.uisville, ou THI RSI1.VY. KKprfiMfiKK 30, lSO. no I het-e I 'mwiiiits. authorized bv the legislature of ISTS, and su-iaiueil by the courts of Kentuckv rs-cur regularly on the LAST DAY OF EVERY MONTH, Sundays ami Fridays esteepted, lor the period of Five 'W-iirs, The united States Circuit Court, mi March :;!st. rendered the follow ins deci sions: Isl -That llie 4'niunionnenllh DiMlribu- lion f Tmanny la .-.-1 1 . Itd liM .ii Minus nre fair. N U This Cominy has now on hand a lante reeen e fund. Read Hie list of prize for the SEPTEHBEJi DHAWIMJ. 1 rrz-c Was lo.uou 1 Pnze a uoo 10 Prizes 81(100 each lo'ootl 20 Prim .'smeaeh g lui Hats 100 each loioot) Jin Prizes ."rfleach ' " lo'lMSl fast Prizes flench 52 1UH0 Prizes. 10 each lo'llOO APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Prizes i--Jcueh f 700 9 Prizes 200 each... T'aOO 9 Prizes 100 each 'you lSi's) Prizes sji2.400 Tlekel,. 82 i HalfTirkela. al. 27 Tickets. . 55 Ti.-Uets. SUM. R.'mit by riraitorBce Monev Or.b r. Begtstered let ter. Ilauk Draft or sbosrssa, Toinsure aKtiinst mis talii's or delays, correspondents will please write their names nnd places of residence piainlv. civing uiimner of Postofflre' Bo?, or StrcsHt, anil Town County and state. All communications connected with the rutrilniilon anfl I irurrs (or Tickets should b. addressed to K. M I'.t RDM AN, Courier-Journal KuildiiiK, LouLsvllle, Kentucky, or at Nos. ;7 and :!trj Broadway. New York, or lo D. L. Wiles pie, No. West Court street, Memphis, Tennessee. 24tli 323 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS. BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE! The declining .'prices of all classes staple goods for the last four months having now renrhesl ll.elr l.iai si limits, we have supplied ourselves within the last few days w ith a stia-k never b. lor. esnualed by us in polutof attractiveness. We therefore confidently offer them to all close buy am throughout the country with assurances of onrablltty to under sell those who bought their stock In June aud July. Wholesale Dry Goods,, Notions, Hosier-, Gents' Furnishings, Ijtdlcs' Trimmed Hats, etc. For sure pay we give bottom figures. WM. R. MOORE & cCtEMPfflS.TENN K. M. APPKRSON. E. Ml. Apperson & Co., GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nos. 238 and 2385 Front and 6 Jefferson Sts., Memphis, Tenn. Keep always on Hand a Well-Selected Stock of Plantation Supplies. 4'OTTOi A MPK4-IAI.TV. Liberal Advaueas Made on tos.lrnmrn!.. Agents for the sale of C'UAMPIQW BARBEP H IKE, the cheapest and best Fencing wire known. W, B. Oalbrcath. W.B.GaJbreath&Co. COTTON FACTORS, No. 11 Union street, : MemDhis Fulmer, Burton & Co WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 V- M H.I.UH . . Mallory, Crawford & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS, 254 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal Cash AIvanowi matin on (tonalgnmeiits, and SpeoiaJ Attenlion glren to the Sale and Handling of Cotton M . T. BOW It It E. IIOOTII Bowdre,Malone&Co. COTTON FACTORS, g8 Front street, PTREGZI Utemphts, Tenn. H. B. HOWELL. H. B. Howell fc Co GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, STo. 2GS Front Street, Memphis. BfB.t APTAIN RALPH W0HMELEY WILL SELL OUR C0TT0X.-a JAMES Y-s'iE. t II. J.W. Caldwell & Co. SUCCESSORS TO F. M. WHITE & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 33Q Front street, Uf empliis, Tennessee. I- it. M 'Ik A v itt. Eat of V. W. Uoyer A Ca. J. H. M'D AVITT & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 3SO Front St., bet. Adamx and Jofl'orKon, 9IeniphLH, Tenn. T mrAI. ADTANCEN MADE OX osn; m IM s. WE HAVE si its it Tsss- BC-WE HAVE REMOVED OI B CiEXEBAL ThlMltrM.-i,... "ir Sah, .igsran,,. in :eveo' vurieVy R.UI'OIHRAV. R. L COCHRAN L CO. M AM'FAITl Lumber, Lath Ikoorx. suli and Blinda, and Office and Yard, cor. Tnion and Third SALESROOM CORNER OF MemphtN, : C.R.Ryan fe Co. GROCERS. No. 342 Main Street. MEMPHIS - - G. V. KAMBAUT. J. M. Fowlkes. Main St., Memphis. M J. CaAWFOKD. . M ll.i'i.Vi:. S. I". BOW n RE. JOHN H. COC:KE. WHITE. J. W. CALDWELL. OFFH'E AXI SiTOH inium T asara f"""-'?"1. . .'ii' forn-r or I nlon and S .a.niiH.t.i. m. A. 4 M HKA. BEBfs OF and Shinffles, all kinds of Parkins: Boaoa Saw and Planinjr iDDs, Xorlh End Navy Yd. CN'ION AX0FRONT STREK'IN AXDFR0NT STREETS. TonneiMe. TENNESSEE J . 1 BISPEXSARY. DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary. o. 17 Jefferson Street. Between Main and Front, nU'iuphi. ESTABLISHED IN 1800. DR. JOHNSON In acknowledged by all liarUes In terestcd as by Jar the nmt succesalul physl elan In tlie treatment (if private or secret disease. l . ...u -umuii:iii eurea Kuurailtfi-it in eeryrai,e. male or female. K.-c.-nt cases of Gon orrhea and Syphilis cured iu a few days, without Till1 lliliilf inuhnii... l i: . a 1 from businvss SwondAr' 8vphilU? the UtTetiKij enitlii'ftU.'d without the use of merrury. InvoIuntar' ll)S. lit .I't'1, '. , . . . J ... m a s . !. r "'i'i. in n imn nine, auner. ru i.im ini(K)teneyorfossof sexual powers restored III TM W U. I a t , .- m. . . 1 ... . ... . iiirt - -. iimsoi seii-soumj i.h wVT' i "'"',-' "iiiieriui; ironi speriHiiu,rrhe aimiooi pliy.Mcal und mental power. I Mil 11 1 anil iit nuuneiiUy cured. ParUcularatteution paid. Ui i the UMfSBj of Women, and cures BuarantW-d. I I rout and LmiR Pi.east cured by uew remedies. i "'"uieii i ii i. hi i uie une oi caustic i, j, i c' wusuiiauonsBcncuy connaentisl. Me.liiines sent by express to all part of the country. Office hours friim n m tn Q ,, ... ..,,, .1... . Z.. 8 a.m. to 12 m. I). S. JOHNSON. M.l). nOII.IlK-M IKI KS. ROBT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, BOILER-MAKERS Mk NTEAXBOAT BLACKN.1IITHS , I!Aa'HBIl,itilluK of aJ' Kiuds. toppranU sh. i i"SS. Wktrs' A,il doue promptly, day or night. Terms cash. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Memphis. KKaiLiKjiirK, .). jg POPLAR ST. INSURANCE. INSURANCE. J. J. MURPHY. I B. F. MURPHY. Murphy & Murphy, JNO. 6 MADISON ST., ( Ai.ioinklt? Cotton Kv. Imui. MEMPHIS TENN, Only First-class Companies, t.inhonsea TOBACCOS. We ran Beat the World Selling TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES A XI) SMOKERS' ABTIClS. OUR MR. STERNBERG HAS JUST RETURNED from Virginia, where we hnve purchased an interest in two of the leading Tobacco Factories, and perfected arrangements with other manufac tories, enubliiiK ns to offer to Country Merchants all tlie various Style and Grades of Tobacco ol Vlr Kinla larlory Hrlrea. We guarantee all ot ourgoodstoUIVE SATISFACTION OR NO SALE, anil mention a few of our leading brands: 20O Boxea Lone Star, lOO Boxea Crescent, mil Boxea V Irajin taeen, lOO Boxea Nhakeapeare-extra line. SO Boxea CJravely'a ex Hue Honey Dew, IOO Bxa eravely'a Double Sailor Knot, lOO Bxatien. Haneoek Plas and Twist, ISO Boxea Ikavle froehett. IOO Boxea Kittle May. In. 4,'n, IOO Boxes J. It. I'm.-.-' aold Bar, IOO Boxea Pwek in., IOO Boxea Old Dominion 6a, 100 C'addlea J. B. Pace's Dlanora, SOOO Poaadi Blaekwell'a Dnrhua, SOOO Ponndn Dnke'n Durham. We are manufacturers' Sole Agents in Memphis for Steptaanla Glaaa Hon I li piece Igarcl !, Vanity Fair Clarettea. We have in stoek, and in transit more than l.OOO.OOO OK It. AKS, of aliVad am wile owners for Memphis of tho followiug brands Bouquet de Key West, Seventh Daughter, Fannie Lee. AgiiUa, tittle Lorena, High Tide, Marble S'i, 'SS roi Vivlana, Great Success. Horse-Shoe, Belle Memphis, I neonquerable, Hancock Phil harmonic, Who's Been Here, Sweet Mash, Sour Uf!?' .Tor 8 PreMrtption, Solid Wealth, Truo Mettle, Tit-Bit, and many others. STERNBERG & LEE 313 main Street. i . oiliM f iiihrtf pn a. .ntIin&. Kipsitl.:.. itfieH0 xfuntt't vui r.r.'r.-i d a-ia fifttf fA- o- . 'r,.- .p jM.t Jtavrik Tb i m ttl.-t-v ..t i.ikj.l oiii Ltt-r trl- tr.1iuik ! c'o -iHilteit ji. .ut-rir utA e. hal ffrktim B.-i & i rver :.!! jv all Jlrr faid ! cjc.,. -h tr a I 1 " Wf,. I rtMra S Harpmann & Bro. MannraetnrerH and Importers of CIGARS-. AND JOBBERS IN TOBACCO & PIPES, NO. 286 MAIN ST. Orders Respectfiilly Solicited. Fragrant Vanity Fair Tobacco and Cigarettes. SEVEN PRIZE MEDALS. STERNBERG & LEE, AGENTS, MEMPHIS, TESNEMEE. GROCERIES. TRUSTEE N.4LEN. BY VIRTUE of three several deeds of trust made by B. P. Anderson and M. I. Anderson! bis w ife, dated rcMiectively February 23, 1871 Jim. 15, 1871, aud October '."J, 1877. said leeds reconlel In .!....,( 1... .!-. V.. I.ui i t ,. 1 sa m . . - . ' . m, umi ' iaioi tne Register a i. inc. oi Mieiny county; anil by virtue of a il.-i-n-a of the Chancery Court of shetliv coiintr cnlere.i July 9, 1SS0. in the cause of Worklngmeu's Build. , " ;"'i . n kinsmen s rim u. l.t.-.l.irl 1 l.y,ipl.ll,, ... TT r . . , - .".,';: ; . r' n. AuuerMim r al., No aswt. R. V. of said court, said deeds bclnr made lo secure certain Indebtedness fully descrilieii therein: and default having liecu made In th.i terms themif. I will, as trustee, at 10 o'clock a in on Tueariay. Orlober 111. tsso.i.t the oath! 22 S555 R-.M1H nI"' Mndlson streets, in th i city of Memphis or Taxing District of Shelby coin, ty, sell ut public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, that certain lot nnd Improvement then -on, in suld Taxing District, fronting M io-l- fe t on the west side (if Lauderdale street, between St. Paul and Georgia streets, and running back IBS !'.' .', "9 HE "'sldcncc property of the 1st) J :m,AndSw;?' ',,,c sain' conveyed to him br William I. Marsh. July 4, ISO. There is a Una dwelling and other improvement on the iiroicrti . Rightoi mtaapttoa kralred. Title believed to g.ssl, but lsell only a trustee. , ic . M08 WOODRUFK, Trustee. J. W. Hampton, Attorney. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed or tnist exwuled tome bv Marlha Alston, on the fourth day of April K,:!, recorded in book ML )iage Ml in the office , i the Ri gisi.-r of Shelby count)-, Tennessee for tin purpose ol securing to John Gaston the payment of certain indebte.lness therein desi rllH-dVa balmica of which is sti 11 uiipHid, I will, at the rcoiiest of the hulderof said debt, ou .Holiday, isiii Ikajr of Orlober, Isso. bctwi-i u 11 o'clock a.m. nnd 12 o'clock m at thu front door of the courthouse of Shelbv eniiiii, 'I ... .... l,.,n ........ ... ... ..T.. highest bidder, at public auction, for cash, certalii Chun i, lot both situated on the east Sk Zi pn.l street. In the city ol Memphis; lot No MO hav ing afmnt of 74V,(sevcnty-foaran.l a-quar ten leet on Second street, and the irt of lot M herein li h. Vln,!ua 03. fourteen' and quarteri feet on Second utrect, both lots runnlnt: bat-k bMMUl jarallel lines, in aa eastwsnll) di rection, 14H feel to an alley, betwwin Second 'and Third streets. A part of the property abovo de scribed to-wlt: A lot of 45 feet from the south side of lot having been heretofore releas.l from this trust, the part I will seii, ss above, Is 2V ( feel of the north part of lot 340, and 14 of tho south part of lot Sill, making a lot Iron ling 4:.',;: feel on Second streei. immediately south ol and adjoining the Calvary Kplscoiial Church lot. Tho title has bceu cxsmiueil several limes and pro nounced good. I will sell and convev as trustee JolIN M. CARMACK, Trustee! I T. II. Turley. Attorney. Ch fead Totecii run r'jiSl3Pll-a -E 1 I S 3 . .p5-' t -s E J as I I o o w aJ c ri c i ewjr Ba ac mm mm o t a J H o ?3 I c .S-3u---c-6'"!bogp'3 fawaaj ;,s n! o . I? mm B ."SSSS-C-IeS LU l "i.iS w S--u.jS s.iS aj Z SwSSlijISlilO J