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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1880.
RAILWAY RECORD. PEMOSAL AMD UEHEBAL. The Mv.ri-lin. U to erect a $30,000 i refill depot ut Ixjulsvlllc. Traffic cer the Vickxbnrji ami Meridian road Ik improving every day. Agents of TeiM lines will meet in St. L'mii nert Tuesday to if rfe i rate and clasidflca iimi lo points ia that stair, The Maooii ami Urunxwick railroad, it is tli'iht,ill. bdoiv long, be extended from Macon in Atlanta. Tn route is to 1m- surveyed immedi ately. A special dispatch to the Appeal, else where published In thin edition, (riven the details of an Important meeting of railroad directors held In Nashville yesterday. Mr. .iuliu iluwarii has Lat-ii appointed Mi;ihi'-arii biMkenger at-unt for the Iron Moun tain mai . wiitf ueadquartctsat Dallas, Texas, vice li Kinnan, resigns!. During the part twelve months $300,W)0 worth of i-.-cliaiiiliat-hai-U-eo sold at Dctibjoii. Texas, Tht tour railroad centering there have ni,.n.,l.mi ait average, 27,Ouo per month In that city. Transportation excites more interest in Texan than does politics. Meetings are held in ilitlrrcnt parts of the State to encourage railroad di-velopuaail. I "alia- ami Jefferson seem to be w ide awaax A movement is on frvot for Natchez to sub- scrihe fjai.iaxj to the completion of the Natchez and Jackson railroad, the i i!y to receive In Hen lirxl montage bond of the road. It will la: sub mit ted to the people at the Decern oer election. A meeting of citizens was held last week at Kurt Worth and sub-srlptiuns (o the amount of nut) receive 1 lorthi building of the finil. Col- mnt i Ke railroad to Fort Worth; fT.'i.utsj ml Tcqoired. It will be rained without or., .1,, is thi It is said that the men who own and run the Louisiana Western railmad will employ no man who drinks Intoxicating liquors, anil that if any of their employ. - Is known to enter a drlnk-itig-saloon, union on the rallriwii company's busl-iliinMedial.-iydi hurt- .1 A rranguineuu have nut as vet been ier- fwled forlhe extension of the raltroad west of the I uschlta, but negotiations are In progress for the pur, ii I--- of securing funds, with bonds now on de posit with the farmers Trust and Loan banking cointny of New York, to extend the road on to Hhrevepiirt. The finance committee of the rail road board nf directors have the matter in charge. The many friends of Colonel Fred. De t-'unlak and his wife will sympathize with them in the loss of their daughter, aged fortrtcen years, .-the died In Louisville Tuesday afternoon, after sev eral years suffering from ill-health, during which tim-? the devoted attentions of iter family, the care of the inoat "klllful physician and change of lo ealitv ami climate .'-oc.l to aetompliab h-.-r restore Vi.riln rn Pnrllir IWeetlna;. Nkw Vdhk, September Jtt. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Northern 1'acitic railroad was held to-day. and the following were elected directors to serveone year: Frederick Hillluxi!, Chart, i). Wright. Benjamin P. Cheney Johnston Utinuratu. Jox-plt Delwortb. Joseph I) Pons. Aa-xaitnar Mitchell, lii.-h M'CuUoeb, Ash bell II Ihrnev Win U. ihirrtson, Jlenrv K. Jobn--.. Uicasri M.tni- nod J..m.- B. WiUlams. A n - ol iiinu v.. - wlopu-d requesting and advising the dlrcctorrto provl de as enrbr day a. In their jo-lniio-nt, shall I- prudent for the construction, i ouiplefctoa arid cnmpi.iem of the coiniiHuys road fnnu tUejrasteB tenuinu- n Montreal river to Paget rionsvl, aftd for that purpose to use and em ploy all the resources of the sompany so far us rc iuircd. arid ,to eju-snlc sudn mortgage or mort (rages on the wnoie or nny puns of the line con structed nod to be constructed, wtth the appurten ances and land granted bj eonress apis-rtaiuiai; thi reto, as shall sc. -in to f lie board of dirts-tors besi calculated to aeeiwni!isw theeiirlv completion ol thi- enterprise. The newly ejected directors organ -Ized by clectiii r Frederick riillhigs as president; Cnnuel W'llkin-on. .! roinry . Kubert L. Belknap, Ircasurer: (Jeorge (invy, general counsel. FINANCE AND TRADE. FIXAKTCE. A brisk money market was the harden of yesterday's retort, and rates of discount are still "firm at ouoUttlons. A sale of Memphis and Charleston stock at 40c was reported. fcx change at our lianas is buying at li dis count onNew York and other prominent eastern points, v 'th three days' grace, J4 discount, selling at par. on New Ortuaiis. discount; sell ing at par. Money is loaned on short date at S. percent, 8helbv county scripts quoted at 'JO buy ing, 9 selling, Sl'ielby county bonds sellingat para 11)?: Memphis gas stock.HT'4 bid; Bank of Commerce stock, par; State bank stock, par; Union and Planters -look. mi. Memphis and Charleston rail road stock, 3K Inning, and 40 selliug: Memphis Fire and City insurance stock, 77; Bluff City insur ance atoek, 80 bid : Mississippi and Tennessee first mortgage bonils, 129; Mississippi and Tennessee sec ond mortgage, last sale at 108; Memphis and Little Bock first mortgage bonds, 9B0par. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. clearings. Balances. September 29 7ii,74fi or, t 20,713 20 Thus far this week 305,801 i . 96 Same time last week MB 42 60,1 7 o7 Same Ume week before... 155,880 82 46,11 31 BY TELEGRAPH. 1 PARIS, September 29. Bentessif. 55c. NEW ORLEANS, September 29. New York sight, par; storling exchange bankers' bills, 481. LONDON, September 29 Consols, 97 11-16; ac count yi i.wi; new as, iua;s; 7jn 1-7s Illinois Central, 115K; Pennsylvania Central, TO1' New York tlcntral Reading, IfiV, NEW YORK, September 29. Money easy at 293 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4S5K per cent. Sterling exchange bankers' bills weak, 480; demand, 483. Government bonds el.wed 4 per cent higher for and us and strong for 4s and 44s; Tnited States coupons of 1881, 101',; new 5s, 102K; new 4Ss, lOS.,';; new 4s. 10s; pacific 6a of 1895, 15. State bonds Louisiana 7jy, consols. 48; Mis souri, imli: St. Joseph, 107; Tennessee 6s, old, 34; Tennessee lis, new, 80; Virginia On, old, 25; Virginia new, 26; Virginia consols, SO; Virginia consols preferred. 107)4 Railroad bonds strong and generally higher, notably so for Kansas and Texas, and Texas Padflc Issues. The former advanced from 2 to 3 per cent. The stock market opened strong and generally higher, and In the early dealings prices advanced from to lj-i per sent. At the first board a decline of H to 2 at cent, leak place, the latter In the Northern PaeiBe preferred. luring the afternoon specula tion wan irregular, but in dealings there was a re newal of the upward movement, the advance ranging from to 2 per cent., the Ixniisville and Nashville, t'niou I'actile, Chicago, Burlington and Quhiey, Kan.sas and Texas, and coal shares leading iu the improvement. The Express says that the improvement in railway sceunties, aniue irom tnc (flHtlloMOVWIKdllMS. 3000 Barrels in Store, and ('oiihigntnt'iiiN arriving n-piilarlj . I roprceiit number or leading uiill-s in KoutheaMt TrTlHNonri and Nontbern Illinois, and offer tbeir product to the trade, at Lower Prteea, than fdnitlar grades can be laid here for from Hi. I,ohim. I aui uIno Mole agent here for the liiiMiirpaMfccd Patent Ilolled "AM ltltOSI "CUPOLA" and UBELLE OF AVA" FliOLRS. JOHN BE ID, Flour Commission Merchant, MtC Front Htreei, Memphis, Tenn. TAILiOISS. WM, P. MIDA, THE TAILOR. MTiAI.I. tTTI.H-nAVIK JTJST KBCKTVD our new Pall Slock of Fine Cloths, Caasluicrcs and Worsteds, we take pleasure in asking an In spection of our styles 'and a comparison of our price with those of any house east. WILLIAM P. niDA THE TAILOH, 15 JefFerKon Street, JlemplilB. " Open until 10 O'elocfc. prospective settlement of nillway ilinerenees In the sou tn west, was the natural n-sult of con tinned large gains in railway earnings, the enunnousexpnrtsof prisduce from this iiorl. the continued arrivals or gold irom Knrope, and the weakening of exchange, which means further shipments of gold from.: abroad. Increased earnings ior the third week in September: St. Paul and Omaha 920,000, Iiake Erie and Western tl.l.duo. Peoria, Ueeatur and Kvans- villetbOOu. and St. Paul. Minneapolis and Manitoba SI0.0OO. Transactions aggregated 27r,0uu shares, of whH li ir,,000 were Lackawanna, :alf Delaware and Hudson. 31.000 Erie, MOO Hannibal and St. Joe, 7700 Iron Mountain. 118.000 Kansas aud Texas, WOO Lake Shore. 1100 Lake Erie and Western, 4000 Mich igan Central. 9500 Northwestern, 2000 Nashville and ( haitiinooga, 17.000 New Jersey Central, !MO0 New York Central, :!W0 Northern Pacific, ;1000 Ohio and Mississippi, 1200 Pacific Mall, 14.000 lieading. 19.000 St. Paul, J.:iO St. Paul and Omaha. 17,01)0 Union Pi inc. lO.uiio Wabasb Pacific, 12,000 Western Union. 4000 Chicago. Burlington and Qulncy, 1000 Louis eille and Nashville, arid 1VX) Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central. Closing quotation: Central Pacific bonds, 111; Union' Pacific' firsts. 112'4: Union Pacific land grant. 116: Union Pacific linking funds, 115 offered: i.chigh and Wilkes barm. 120; St. Paul and Sioux City firsts, 100; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, no sales; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central seconds.no sales ; Erie seconds, as4; Rock Island, 117 offered; Panama. 196: Fort Wayne. 120 offered : Pittsburg, 124 : Illinois Central, UVZ: Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy, 12; Chicago and Alton, 113; Chicago and Alton preferred. 12V. New York Central, 1 29" 1 offered : Harlem, 200: Lake Shore, 107; Canada Sou them. 'iT: Michigan Central. 5: Erie, 39: Erie pre ferred, 69: Northwestern. 108"4; Northwestern preferred. 121: St. Pan!. 93; m. Paul preferred. 112; St. Paul and Omaha, 41; St. Paul and Omaha preferred, 8v; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western. ; . Morris and Essex, 110: Dela ware mm Huuson, hs.: ew jersey central, TV'fc; Reading. l4: Ohio and Mississippi. 34: Ohio and Missisippl preferred, 72: Chesapeake ind Ohio. PJV. ; Mobile and Ohio. 22; Cleveland and Columbus, 09: Chicago, Columbus and Indi ana Central, 18; Ohio Central, 20: Lake Erie and Western, sa;-i: Ontario ami western. Burlington. Cedar Rapids and Northern, 62: Alton and Tcrre Haute, 19: Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 4: WaDash, St. Louis and Pacific. 3rJ-4; Wabash. St. Louis and Pacific pre ferred, 6S: Hannibal and St. Joseph, 39; Hanni bal and St. Joseph preferred, 8." : Iron Mountain, 5o: Bt Louis and San Francisco, 30; St Louis and San Francisco preferred, 42; St. Louis and San Franciaco firsts preferred, 72; Chi eago. St. I.ouls and New Orleans. 36; Kansas and Texas. :&?,,; union l'acine, ww; c-entrai m- citle, 73; Northern Pacific. 2M; Nortiiern Pacific avefciTCd, 53; Louisville and Nashville, 1S7J4; Nashville and Chattanooga, 59; Louisville, New Mbany and Chicago, 100 offered; Houston and Texas. 65; Denver and Rio Grande, 70; Western Lniou rlck-graph, 9,4 ; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, :r.i; Pacific Mall, Adams Ex press, 116; Wells ft Fargo's Express. Ill; Ameri can Express, 58; United States Express, 48; Quicksilver, 10; Quicksilver preferred, 51; Caribou, 2'..: Central Arizona.'; Borne Stake, 32; Standard , 29; Excelsior, 8; -.Utile Pittsburg, ;; Ontario. 32. COTTON. Quotations were reduced yeeterday on ac count of the decline elsewhere. New ork went off c on spols and from 2i3 points on futures. Liverpool mtures also closed at lower prices. There was a good demand in our market at the de cline noted. j Yesterday. Ordinary 8 it wd ordinary Low middling 10' Middling .. H flood mi. Idling (l!a- Mlddling fair nominal. Market unlet. Sales, 1000 bales ; 350 to exporters and 650 u spluners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. Stock. September 1, 1880 6,384 Received to day 1,264 Received previously 12,353 75 a barrel. White beans medium, 1 081 65 ; navy, $1 75Q1 85. Dried apples, Re per pound. Dried peaches. 4c per pound. Nai&. 83 Z', rates. HOG PRODUCTS Mesa pork. $16 50. Bacon clear side, packed. 9re ; clear ribv ; khoulders, 6c. Hams sugar-cured, 12ja(KB. Breakfast bacon. lHic- I-aril, tierce, S'Je: i-ails, 98 9c ; kegs, 9c. Jobbing rates, 10(315 pe.- cent. alove these ipiotatlons, which are for large quantities. GROCERIES. Coffee, I3ancfor ordinary, 15 ai6c for fair, 16(i417c for good fair, 18aiac for choice. Tea imperial, 55a80c. Rice Louisiana. 687c: Carolina, 07e. Salt per car-load, tl 40: from store, $4 50 per barrel ; coarse, per souk, $1 3581 40: fine, tl 85. Sugars Louisiana open kittle 89c; yellow clarified, 10(fl0 ; white clarified. 108Hc: cut loaf, 11C: granulated, llc; powdered, 11 lie. Molasses Louisiana sugarhouhe rcboilad choice, 53(i455c : prime, 45c; fair, 42844c : syrups. 85850c BAGGING AND TIES Bagging flax, 10ianc. jute, 1 to 2 lbs, ll812c: mixed, l!a,lle. Ties standard makes, t2 15; pieced and outside brands, tl 75. Twine, 17c per lb. LIME AND CEMENT. Lime, 90c8l a barrel; Louisville cement, tl 75 a barrel ; Roaedalc cement, if 25 a barrel : Portland. $5 50. sMBa .av HIDES AND LEATHER, ETC. Oak sole, 37(3 lc; Hemlock. 27830c per lb.: harness, Stigioc : tirtlng, 38(a42c; French calf, t40(S60 -per dozen: domestic calf, $308-15 per dozen. Hides dry flint, No. 1, 18c: No. 2, 15c; dry suit. 14c; green, 687c; green salt, 9c. Shcipsklns, 50c8tl 50. Tallow, 5 8",''- Beeswax, 20c. WOOL. Tubwashed, 38840c ; unwashed. 22826c ; hurry, 15820c A flurry la the Sew York Pork Market. New York, September 29. The Eiprew ays there was a new phase to-day in pork specula tion. The market here suddenly jumped up $2 per barrel this afternoon, with considerable trans actions at the advance. The latest quotation for October was $16 50. The Chicago market showed no material change compared with the rise here, though October delivery- rose there to $18 50. For several weeks past prices in Chicago have been from $3 to tl per barrel above quotations here, and It 1 now said that September shorts at Chicago, owing to this fact, had announced their intention not to settle their contracts on any such basis, alleging that quotations there were purely fictitious. It is also said that if a merchant wished to purchase a lot of 100 barrels there, he could get it as low as S14. but if an oper ator wanted 250 barrels p settle a contract the price was $4 more. It Is further stated that the demon stration bere to-day was solely for the purpose of making the differenec in New York and Chicago quotations less marked, and of compelling shorts in the latter market to come to terms. IBY TELEGRAPH.l NEW YORK, September 29. Flour steady: su perfine western and State, $3 588405. Wheat unset tled; No. 2 Chicago, tl 0781 T. Coffee quiet. Sugar steady: fair to good refining, quoted Tjy 7e. Molasses dull; Porto Rico. StwiUsc; New Or leans, 40870c. Rice steady, with a fair demand. Purk excited and higher; choice mess, $16 50 : ordi nary brands, quoted tl6; October options, $11 758 1650; closing at $1650. Lard firm; prime steam, : XOUISVILLE, September 29. Flour steady ; ex tra. $383 25; extra lamilv. $3 5084; A No.l,$4 50 4 75; choice fancy, $5 7586. Wheat dull, 88890c Gem quiet: No. 2, 45c; No. 2 mixed, 44c. Oats dull; No. 2 white, 36c; No. 2 mixed. Sac. Rve quiet; No. 2 fall, 92c. Hay steady, S12815. Pork wall. $16. Lard quiet but firm; prime steam. 8c. Bulk meat dull, 58S-r8"-90c. Bacon easier, 689.'25896'c- Sugar-cured hams, 12c. Whisky steady, $1 09. CINCINNATI, September 29. Flour steady, with a fair demand ; family, $4 6084 90. fancy, $585 75. Wheat firmer: No. 2 amber, 96897c; No. 2 red Winter, 97898c. Corn easier; No. 2 mixed, 4:!c. Oat itcady. with a fair demand;. No. 2 mixed, 32 033c. Rve steady ; No. 2 fall, 88a.'.i0c. Barley easier ?rime fall. 90c. Pork strong and higher, suliss at 17 5081s 50. Lard dull and prices a shade lower, 7.80ai.90e. Bulk meats dull and lower. 588-.c. Bacon dull and nominal, 989c. Whisky easier, tl 09. Butter in fair demand but at lower rates; choice western reserve, 238'25c; central Ohio, 18 820c. C 8T. LOUIS. September 29. Flour steady. Wheat higher and unsettled; No. 2 red. 94(a,.M:Vrt'i4 V RIVER REPORT. RIVl.KS AND WEATHER. The following official table (fives particu lars concerning the condition of rivers andweather at all Important points. Official Signal sekvice U.S.A.) MEarHis, September 29, 1880. j Above low water. STATIONS. Cairo Cincinnati . . . Davenport.... Dnbnque Helena Keokuk Leavenworth . Utile Rock.. Louisville t.Vew Orleans. lltteburg fShrevcport .. St. Louis Vicksburg .... . . . Changes. Feet. 7 4 4 4 10 6 1 s 5 12 1 10 Inches. Inches. (Inches, S u 4 5 - -5 7 7 Rise Fall 2 3 "i" l 4 2 12 Bclow bench mark. Bench mark, low water 1879. tBclow high water of 1874. METEOROLOGICAL Time. 1 Bar. I Ther. ("Wind-1 7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. a:ou p.m. 30.2S2 30.237 130.255 57 66 58 REPORT. Weather. N. N.W N. Clear. Clear. Clear. TITO ?o Lf Sit Maximum thermometer, 67. Minimum thermometer, 56. BY TELEGRAPH War Dep't, SionalSebvicb, U. 8. Army, ) WEDXESPAY.September29. 1880. 10:08 p.m. I Place of t. im. "Wind. iWeath- AUSTIN", BERRY & CO. Successors to Orubbs, Austin & Berry, lxxar I nil I ii Manufaotur ers and Wholesale Dealers of " Ww CLOTHING & FURNISHING GOODS 323 Main Street, Memuhis, Tennessee. at a H crcliaiit wanting goods in our line will find a LARGE STOCK to select from, and at as LOW PRICES as they can fee bought in the Eastern markets. We manufacture all our Jeans and staple goods at home, and we ask an inspection to prove what we say. JlUvTKS.lL-H'e have the LARGEST RETAIL DEPARTMENT IX THE CITY, composed of goods to Suit Everybody. Mens', Youth", and Children's Suits in great variety. itzrx9Hrt tm Observation. Chattanooga. . Galveston Indlannla Louisville .... Memphis Nashville. . . New Orleans.. bhreveport li'kshilre Dir. 1 Force. er. 30.22' 30.18 80.18' 30.1j 30.26 30.28 30.16 30.22' i 30.25. Little Bock...; 3024, N.W. E. E. W. ft. 8.W. N.W. N.E. N.E. .Fresh. Gentle. ! Fresh. iFreah. 'Light. Light. Light. Light. Fresh. Calm. Clear. ! Clear. Clear. Clear. 'Clear. iHazr. 'Clear, i Clear. Clear. ;Clear. NASHVILLE. September 29. 1 foot 5 inches ou the shoals. -River falling, with Slager & Goldbaum, THE TAILORS, 1 1 i'.'S NOW A ( iiMI'l.KTE LINE OF F 1I.I I 1 AND VIT1 It .OI. ThevrespeeU fiillvAiHt'Uoro and nil to i all and "Xamtne Styles iinil Prii-is bv'on- Ki nig voir onit pi. No trouble tn slKTw goods. All work giiaranlit a. WIu ail (litiiia. wo have a line of goods suitable for Con ilue tar, fire nndPoliee Department. MrT. M"UEOY Is now with us. SLA' . . UOLDBAVM. corner .lefTerson and Second. C1ROCERS. WIMlMl Till: OLDENT. I.AnOCKT iMHIIKD'IM RETflSLGROCERS I5f THE CITY. Day Before. i g H s mux nominal. cash, 9H&ic October. !;-i(Xi" 4Qe.'-,tw .November,'" 979?? tKHIMgWli Dccemlier, 'Xfftm 945c the rear; N'o. 3 red", R9$e: No. i red, S5J.C- Corn easier: cash options firmer: :!!, MPjc cash, 39,-te September, gyXSffip October, 39Jc November. 3s;i!c December, Hju May. Oats higher: '29?-4ia30c cash, 2V429V4c October, 29'4c the year. Kye slow, S2c bidT Barley low grades declined ; medium to prime, 55&7AC; choice to fttnev. SOirfOOc. Whisky steady, $1 10. Butter steady: dairy, 20(327c. NEW ORLEANS, September . Floor good demand at full prices: superfine. f2 73; double extra, 4.tl 25; treble extra, $1 30i 60; high grades, 4 65.") 62,'-4. Com quiet, .VmSTc. Oats dull, weak and lower, 42S4:ic. Commeal quiet but Arm, S2 50. Hay quirt but steady: choice, tSO Rtn. I Pork excited and higher, held lis. Lard steady; tierce, SHta.c; keg, 9!fc. Bulk meats ilemand fair and market Arm; shoulders, Iftc. Bacon scarce and firm ; fthonlders, 6,c : clear rib, 9sc; clear, lic. Sugar-cured hums dull; ckuvased, 119124e. Whisky steady: western recti tied. (1 h-:i 10. Coffee uuiut but steady: Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 13A16c. Sugar in good demand : prime, Hc ; ehoiee, 9 ; yellow clarinc-d. 9c. MohLsaes dull and nominal. Rice steady wtth a fair demand : Louisiana, ordinary to choice. 496.Sc. CHICAGO, September 29. Flour quiet. Wheat active, firm and higher; No. 2 red winter, 9495c ; "Ho. 2 spring Chicago, 93!-jc cash, afjic Septem ber, 93Ma94c October, !MT,4J'.i5c November, closed y higher tin afternoon: No. 3 spring (ihlcago, 86987c; rejected, X5a"0c. Corn steady with a fair demand : :Va 3T4c cash, S9ii40c October, 40"8941c No vember. Oats strung and higher; 32c cash, tf-.c October, "2$l4c Mil November. Kye steady, B2C Barley steady, "4c. Pork demand active.; cash higher and options lower; $1913 25 cash October, $12 60 November; 912 65 January. Ianl in fair de mand, but at lower rates; 7.80c cash October, 7.ft2c November. Bulk meats dull, weak ami lower; shoulder,, 5Jc: short rib, 8.30c: short Olear, 8.60c, Whisky steady, $1 11. DRY GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH NEW YORK. September 29. Cotton goods in moderate demand at first hands, and leading makes of plain and colored cottons firmly held. Prints and dress goods less active. Ginghams in steady request. Men's-wear woolens remain quiet, but flannels, jeans and repellents are in fair de mand. Foreign goods sluggish. WHEELING, September 29. River 2 (eel 7 indict, and rising. Weather clear and cool. SHREVEPORT, September 29. River 6 feet 8 Inches, and stationary; falling above. Weather clear and pleasant. VICKSBCRG, September 29. Weather clear and warm: thermometer 70. Arrived: City of Provi dence. No boats up or down. PITTSBURG, September 29 Noon. River foot 1 inch, and stationary. Weather clear and pleasant. Night River 1 foot 1 inch, and stationary. Weather clear and cool. NEW ORLEANS, September 29. Weather clear and pleasant: thermometer 77. Arrived: Charles P. Chouteau, St. Louis. No departures. The Chou teau is receiving to leave to-morrow for Memphis. CINCINNATI, September 29 Noon1. River 4 feet 2 inches, and falling. Weather fair and cool. Night River 4 feet 2 inches, and stationary. Weather fair and cool. Arrived: James' W. Gaff, Memphis. EVANSVILLE. September 29 Noon. River 4 feet 6 inches scant, and falling. Weather clear and cool. Night River 4 feet 3 inches, and falling. Weatherriearand cool. Arrived: Mary Houston, i mcinnan. LOUISVILLE, September 29 Noon. River fall ing 3 feet 3 inches in the canal and 1 foot 3 inches in the chute on' the falls. Weather clear and cool. Night River falling, 3 feet 2 inches in the canal and 1 foot 2 Inches in the chute on thefalls. Busi ness dull. Weather clear, cool and windy. CAIRO, Scptcmber29 Noon. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: John Means and barges, New Or leans. 5 a.m.: Vint Shinkle. Memphis. 6 a.m. IK- xicd: John B. Maude. Memphis, 1 a.m.; John mis and barctes. St. Louis. 6a.m.: Vintshinklc. Cincinnati, 7 a.m. Night River 7 feet 11 inches, and stationary. Weather clear and cool; ther mometer 60 Arrived: City of Helena, St. Louis, 6 p.m. ST. LOUIS. September 29 Noon. River station ary. Weather clearand cooler. Arrived : Guiding rtar. .New Orleans: iiolil Dust, wcksbure: Colora do, Memphis. Departed : Bearer, Memphis : City of nelena. Ylcksbiire: Anuie P. Silver. New Or leans. Night River fallen 1 inch, with 10 feet 3 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and cooler. lX'partcd: Port Eads and barges. New Orleans Colorado, Memphis. North Main street, St. Louis, is among the live ieu on board the Charles miuiiwn in air. icgv the house has an efficient and laltntui rep- seutative. The obseontes of Captain John N. Shunk, who died in St. Louis Friday, took place in Cincinnati Monday afternoon. Messrs. Paris C. Brown, John S. ratterson, John Shearer, tl. tl. Drown, nouerv Kerr and E.W. Van Dusen, Jr., w-ere pall-bearers. All the boals in port half-masted their colors and paid other tokens of respect. cat, t, lie P w t.iybtliump. aircnt for the Mem phis and Ohio River Packet company. Is expected home this evening or to-morrow morning from a rather protracted fishing tour to tne lakes oi iaicn igan and Wisconsin. He Is sure of a cordial wel come, let him come when he may. 1 lianas to the untiring exertions oi jituui i- roii nf th Pnstomeo ileiiHrtrnenl. comoiainis Ol careless handling of malls on the river route south of her have almost ceased. It was up-hill work, but Major W. never let up until ne had put tne sen ice in a condition to satisfy the wants of the people In the territory over which he has supervision. i no names ol tnose wno lost tneir lives Dy tne uking of the Florence Meyer, so far as ascer tained, were: Henry Shinn, passenger, of Hunt ingdon, West Virginia; Jerry Ewing. pantryman, of Nashville, Tennessee: Dutchy Stark, rouster, of Cincinnati The porter and a rouster, both col ored, were also lost, but their names have not transpired. Captain W. H. Thorwelgan elsewhere announces the entry of his big iron steamer, the Charles P. Chouteau, into the Memphis and New Orleans trade for the stason. She will leave nereon ner nrst trip next Wednesday, October 6th. As a matter of ourse, (japtaiu ueorge liuenuerger win nave barge of the office. Captain John T. Washington, No. 54 Madin street.ia her agent, with whom 'eight or latssage engagements can be made. pan Men 13,617 282 i,103 Shipped to-day Shipped previously Stock, running account , . . . . IMPORTS. Thus far this week Thns far last week Since September 1st Memphis and Charleston R. R Mississippi and Tennessee railroad Louisville & Nashville Great Southern R. R. Memphis and Little Rock R. R. Steamer.. Wugons and other sources 20,001 ,44& 14,556 161 116 262 195 S30 '200 Total 1,264 EXPORTS. Thus far this week 2,164 Thus far last wcetfc. 1.232 8iuce September 1st... 6,446 IjIYER piixs. Memphis ami Charleston R. R.. Mississippi and Tennessee R. &.. 40 242 Total . SB2 BY TELEGRAPH. The following are the latest telegrams of tho do mestic markets as reported yesterday to the cotton exchange: ' Late Telegram state of I Price Market. 'Rec ta. Middling. '. I Easy. I 2.4K 107,i Quiet. 1,510 11", Quiet. 472 11H Easier. 8,143 10 15-16 Quiet. 4,167 11 Quiet. 92 lie. Quiet. 4,074 11 Quiet 11 Vj Quiet: 145 llJJ . Steadv. 765 12 Quiet. :a 12 45 Tears Before the Pttblic. THE GENUINE Dr. C. McLANE S LIVER PILLS are not recommended as a remedy " for all the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rival. ACUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are uncqualed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. The genuine are never sugar-coated. Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with the impression, McLANE'S UVER TILX.. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C. McLane and Fleming Bros. gSay Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FIEMIXG BB0S., Pittsburgh, Pa., the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. 9 1-2 LBS. "A" SUGAR FOR $1. 5 pound flood Roasted foffoc, $L 3 pouudft Ut'st Java ( 'oil Vo, $L IN pound Bt tarmM! Soap, si. 'i pounds New Prunes, si. 2 pounds tiood Tea, Si. Host Tea, per pound, 75 cents. Peach Preserves, per pound, 2rc. Raspberry Preserves, per lb., 25c. Strawberry Preserves, per lb., 25c. Th,-c i'nm.'rvi-s ar? ciual lo the bent Shaker; mine better can be made. ll nlrr Onin the rontitry delivered rtlEE to any ol' in Knit. ..at! Denote. WM, DEAN k II. 3iO. is i'Ol'I.llt ST. fill ml nn New Orleans Mobil Savannah . . . . Cbarlcatun... Wilmington Norf.,1 Baltimore New York... B.Mton Philadelphia The lollowiiu: are the New York pot uuotatloiiB for yeatcrrtay : Ordinary. c ; aood ordinary, loac: low middliof, 11 V: middling, lVV.c; good mid dling. 12V: middling fair. 12V- At B:ll dull and easier; 2:'J0, quiet; 3:00. quiet and steady. Rales, 72S bale. Contract. bales, ."lock, 51.986 bale, f fl WIJF 1 J4 The tone of the future market was as follow: At 10:SO, barely steady: 10:8. eaay; 11:27, steady: 12:20, barely steady; 1 ::",. steady ; 2:37,; steady ; 3 ! 20, steady. Sales, WI.O0O bale. The following shows the closing quotation of liuun-.-, ih me ,cw mr suurasi jcsicruui Months. Januaiy . . February. . Muvh Anril My June Sepieml'er October .. November Decern I, er Yesterday. Day"oefore WALL PAPER. unnk i flpRii i ilUUIMAUIDIIILL ... .!ii.u; 11.32911.23 ll.S7U.o 11.529TL.M 11 .ill.Tu 11.83(411. S'. ll.asyii.-jj ll.14cnll.15 10.9-Vu.lO.W 10 '- - qui.-: at 11 receipts (.410,0.1 11.199(11.20 11 3.'.(4ll.: ii mail m w 9 ll.7alsll.73 8(11.10 li (nftlO.M ... .910.9:1 The New Orleans market closed for middling. Sales. 24'2.', bales; bales. Stock. 48.'J0u bale. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported cotton easy: middling uplands, 7d : Orleans. 7,d. Sales, v)0 iailes, of which 6100 were American. Receipts. 16.O0halc, all of which were American. The Liverpool market for futures opened weak ; September. 6 37-33(0)6 13-ltd ; September-October, llt-Md: Novciiiin-r-lXsisember, DecehrtxT-January, r, 7-KkI : Kebruiirv-March, 6 15-32d. 1:30 p.m., Sep tember, C 2J-32d; Sepember-October, 0 21-32.1 . Jan 1 ia ry -February, 6 7-l6d. 4p.m., Octooer-November, t 15-32 1. 5 p.ia.,Sep:emlierOctober. 6,d; Novem-ber-Uivomber-lieceiiiher-Januar)1, C 13-:!2d. 3:15, p.m.. September, ea.d: March-April, S'd. Fu ture closed at to-day's lowest prfei-s. The movements at the port were reported as fol low s 1 r UNLIKE PILLS AND THE Usual Purgatives, TtliU I Last I This 1 I Week. I Week. Last ' Stock on han Ibs elpurfor j Jay s. . . Kxa'stiXireat Bnlain. House and Sign PAINTERS ni vj.i.ns in WALL PAPER AND WINDOW SHADES Klit-las work and reasonable price. 289 SECOND ST.. Cor. MADISOX. It V(S. IKOX KTt . S. GABAT, AGENT, v I bEAbSB IN Kags, Iron, Vapor Stock. Ixioso Cotton, IU9KS, AND ALL KIDs OK MCTAL, li. 32 sttMl IS Iteule Mr, cl. 3fmhlx. Hinhest ca-li price paid for all pmxis. Order bv mnil tiroiiii.tlv atiyiiiie-l 10. 23,329 246.702 279,14.3 M.tS4j 86,574! MkTM 24,.i70! 20.346' S5.J94 Kxp's to .4ntiuellt -.437! 1,3961 2.0S0 Total niciiiLs at all United Slates ports, 42S.1II; same date 1S79. 336,021 : same date 1S7S. 332.056. In crease of receipts at Vnltcd States porta this year, 72.SR3. Total foreign export, 161,639: hut year, S3. 106; year before. 52,342. GEXEBAL TRADE. There was little doing 5n round lota to-dar and no chftune in prioe was near. I of. Business t) the jobbing way mm good, and very fair shipment (Mull iude on order. Quotations below are for round lots at the landing and at the railroad depots, and include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up lo the time of ar- jooning and store sales are at metier Is Pleasant to Take, And will prove at once the most potent and harmless Sys tem Renovator and Cleanser that has yet been brought to public notice. For Constipa tion, Biliousness, Headache, Piles, and kindred ailments it is incomparably the best cura live extant. Tropic -Fruit Laxative is sold by drug gists. Patked in bronud tin boxts only. ) J. E. HETHERINOTON, Prop'r, 36 Park Plac, NEW YORK. . as they Include dray age, storage and profit aeaicr. "Itl-ISsn VKI4.. Dressmaking. X Its. K. la WSKsi.lateoI ill. A. K. Floan . ha M established herself at an Nmmil rv-t. Ma. am Longrt'a old stand, and solicit the pa Irot ate of her lady mend. rival rate of th' FKKD, t orn last sale on landing at 52c; in store. M(i.V. Oats last sales on the landing at 42c ; fobbcM irom store at 4.V. Hay last saln 01 prairie at Js per ton by the carload; sales of choice tiui othv at Sis Ml and prime at (17: In store. 90c9 $1 10. Ilran last offers In round lots at J14 50 per ton; retail, atajtsji' a hundred. ; UWR ANTJ MF.AL Flour superfine, 14 2S; extra, 34 504 75: double extra, (4 7594 &: treble extra, 5 2593 50; family. $5 75: fancy. r9 orumcal 150 hrls Ohio river mid at 32 10; jobbing from More at $2 40 for standard: lower grades iHctJOcper brl less, YKt, KTABI.ES Potatoes. In More, tl 7692; northern. 32(42 25. Sweet potatoes, tl 50iJ2 a barrel. Onions in More, t3 3.-9.S 40 a barrel. BUlia ANl BITTEK Kgas slow sale at 17c. Butter -medium, 2H922c: fresh comitry. 22(i choice western. 2out2,c: fancy dairy. 1 11 IWii If 34c. Oleomargarine. 20922c. itil'l.TRY -chickens In fair supply fl Ml 75 ; hens, 3 ; roosters, t- w. FKtlTS AN1 BKRR1KS- tlrange, nominal. Lemon. 34 5095. Apple in store, northern, $2 ; fancv, 32 2592-60. t 'ran berries- m liTel, 38 509 9 50. as to qualltv ; half-barrels. So. M'TS Peanut red. ."WtJ-V; Virginia, 797C St pound. Pecan, 1291!ka, according to size, razll nut, loailo per pound. Kllberts. 12c per loir.id Waliiiits. !6e prr rsiinid. Goeoauuts. tt- MlM'KI.l.ANEOUS. llominy. BAt 25 a barrel ; gtlti, la&i a a barrel. Udcr Miseoun, p 259 22927c : young, Bowel Complaints! A SPEEDY AND EFFECTUAL CURE. PERRY DAVIS'S PAIN-KILLER Has Stood the Test of Forty Years Trial. Directions with Each Bottle. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS JIOWUMS OX THE LEV EE. Arrivals James Lee. Kriars Point: W. J.Poite- vent, Commerce; Hard t'ash. White river: Osceola Belle. Osceola: II. K. DeUusscv (snaeboati. ( airo Iicoartiires Hard Cash. White river; W. J. Polte- vent. Conunerce; Jame Lee, Friars Point; Osceola Belie, Osceola : K. h. ueuussey (suagnoati, workuig dciow 10 icasnurg. In Port Charles Rebstock.' Due Down Golden City. W. P. Halliday and John II. Maude. Due Up Onaehita Belle, Marl in Speed, John A. sK-unoer, jnnn 1 . aioore, w . j. roitevent, vommoi wealth and Joaie Harry. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. St. Locis John B. Maude. H. Brolaski master, p.m. Nkw Obi.eans Oolden City, J. D. Hcgler master. iu a.m. HF.LIHA John T. Uoore, J. E. Montgomery mas ter, , p.m. Akkassab Ria er Marlin Bpeed, J. J. Darragh master, rj m. Commerce W. J. Poitcvent, William J. Ashford master, a p.m. Arkansas City Ouachita Belle, Mark R. Cheek master. 5 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY W. J. roitevent 8 bales cotton, 279 sacks cotton seed , lid entile, s nkes sundries. James Lee 41 bales cotton, 2" sacks cottonseed 100 bris oil, 16 pkgs sundries, lot fish. Osceola Belle 70 bales cotton, 6 bags seed cotton .ill sacks eononseeu. u dkes sununes. Hard Cash brought out of White river 3H7 bale cotton, 253 sacks cottonseed, 21 pkgs sundries. LOC AL POET MOTES. The local packets cleared yesterday with fair trins. The James W . Caff w ill leave Cincinnati for this txirt next Saturdav. The John A. Scudder, Captain A. J.Carter. to due on bound tor M. l.ouis. Receipts by the river yesterday : 606 bales cotton-, ti i.aL's seea comm. s:s sacks cuonseel. Business on the river front was verv eood vester day, pleasant weather contributing its share there to. The Hard Cash departed yesterday evening for v, nite river, w-itn a iair trip 01 irelgnt ano passeo aers. A fall of two inches in the river opposite this point took place yesterday, leaving 5.7 on the gauge. The Paris rs Brown, Captain A. M. Halliday, due down. to-day bound for New Orleans. ITir ;. Young is In her office. The John B. Maude. Captain II. Brolaski. is the Anchor-line jiacket this evening at 5 o'cl ick for 1 airo auu r-i. iouis. iiuam c . menaer is ner clerk. The James D. Parker Is announced to leave he for Cincinnati to-morrow afternoon al 5 o'eloc Full particulars as to rates, etc., at No. 7 Monroe street. The John T. Moore, Captain J. E. Montgomery, is the packet this evening at B o'clock for Helena an all way landings, w. A. and J. H. Stone are her Clerks. & shai mm. Tho W. J. 1'oitcTent. ( antain William J. Ash ford, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Conunerce and the ImmhIs. Neil Booker and Chas. Leftuicli are are her clerks. Peter Connolly, a negro, driver of one of the city aariauss carta ill drowned an tne uumD-ooni fhe foot of Bcale street, yesterday morning. The bodv bad not been recovered at dark last night. The elegant passeuget iicket Golden City, Cap tain J. 1. ilegler. is tbe Anctior-liner tnis mom in at 10 o clock lor Vickabnra. New Orleans and illtcrmeiliate landings. Adam Wayland presides in tier omee. Captain E. A. Burrus's lone-picker, the Eckert arrived vesterdav irolu the wreck of the Belle St ' - briuelue one boiler and one eneine of the sunken boat. She remains here, awaiting orders ir in s-l. I.ouls. The Charles P. Chouteau will leave New Orleans to-morrow afternoon on her first trip of the season in tnc nemnnu ana slew uriesns- irane. 1 amain Thorwelgan and Miltenbergerwill be heartily wel coined br their hosts of friends here. TheChou teau will leave on her return trip next Wednesday evening. Bavins been detaim-d bv iocs and low water in the Arkansas, the Martin Speed had not arrived at diirk last nig 11. but wii arrive iu time to leave 12 o'clock to-dav lor all points on the Arkansas river a high as Pine BluC Captain Darragh Is in command and Captain Charles lfusseiman and Will Danaarh nrcside over otnee affairs. tin- snagboal K r.. lK-l.ussey maac ner welcome pearance at the w nan early yesterday morning urre-siui campaign against tne snags between Cairo and this port. On her downward trio she cot awav with eleveu of the toughest old residents iu the river, viz : One at the head of Island One: one at ttie iwtef Island Ten: one at .loe Eckcrt's: one In the bend of Island Fourteen ; two at Island Twentislx: three at Kate Aubrey tow head; one at Fugleman's chute, and one at Island Forty, sne w ill now work irom nere to vicKsimrg, and, If she has time before the river rises, will make glad the hearts of pilots and steamboatmen generally in the lower tiend trade. The staunch and true Ouachita Belle, Captain Mark It. check, is the regular Adams United State mail line packet for Arkansas 1ty and the bends this evering at 5 o'clock. The Belle make all the regular and plantation andines. and gives careful attention to the bundling and delivery of C. O. D. packages and fn ight. She makeselose connections at Arkanscs Ciywlti the new and speedy Desn Adams for Vieksburg and all landings intermedi? ate, and with the Lilt e Kock, Mississippi Rivt rand Texas road for Pine Bluff and all poluu in South east and Central Arkansas, North Louisiana and Eastern Texa. Captain A. L. Cummins, her chief clerk, assisted by a competent clerical force, leaves nothing undone that will add to the comfort of passengers and spe;dy and correct delivery of freight. Remember 5 o'clock ia her hour. Quarantine Station No. 2, at President's Island will to-day be discontinued for the season and laid UP In lavender until the warm weather of next summer shall warrant It rehabilitation. be in, ililcnce exercised by these stations upon the pub lic during the summer has been a most salutary one. But lor them and other precautions taken by the local and National board of health ttcre must have been nut afloat a thoutand-aud-one ru mors which would have seriously lnierrtred Willi the business and comfort of the tsiople olthc creat valley. The promptness with which the Benner was' sent below from here to Investigate the alleged yellow fever canes on board the Raven, and the dispatch used by Dr. lieilly In informing this community that the alarm was groundless, was worth more to Memphis than double the cost of keeping up tho station all the summer. At the special request of the citizens of Vicksburg and not iromanv fear of "chills attacking the native of the Mississippi valley below here" Station No. 3 w ill not be closed until the 15th of next month. The request was Iwsed upon tbe fact that at the time it was made there was a steamship from the West indies lying at the quarantine station below New Orleans with several eases of malignant. Chagres or yellow fever on loard, and it was to prevent any possible Infection from that source that the extension of time was asked and granted. Whether or not the authorities of Vicksburg were correct m their conclusions matters not- The ex. oaes of tnc .National board or licattn are borne ipiea liter AUSTIN, BERRY & CO., 323 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS. STEAMBOATS. SPECIAL, NOTICE. THE STEAMER MARLIN SI'EF.D, having been unavoidably de-J taincd, will leave TO-DAY, Sept. Wth. at 12 m. JOHN N. HARBIN, 8ip' Notice to Steamboats and Shippers WP. HALL has this day closed , . WRIGHT'S POINT. ARK. J and w ill not be responsible for goods shipped there. r. : STATE NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS, TEIOT. CAPITAL, : : : : : 250,000 DISPENSARY. DR. D.S.JOHNSONS PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, o. 17 Jefferson Street. Between Main and Front, Memphis. ESTABLISHED IN I860 DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all parties In terested as by far the most successful physi cian in the treatment of private or secret diseases. Quick, thorough and permanent cure guaranteed in every case, male or female. Recent cases of Gon orrhea and Syphilis cuied in a few day, without the use of mercury, change of diet or hindrance from business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eradicated without the use of mercury- Involuntary loss of semen stopped in a short time. Sufferers from impotency or loss of sexual power restored to free vigor in a few weeks. Victims of self-abuse and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases of Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Disease cured by new remedies. Piles and Old Sore cured without the use of caustic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all part of the country. Office hours from 8 ajn to 9 p.m. Sundays from 8 a.m. to 12 m. D. flT JOKHEOS, M P. POWDEBAXD SHOT DEPOT. A. J. VIENNA IMPORTER AND DEALER IN A. D. WYNNE, Vlce-Pr't. J. A. HATES, Jr., Cash'r Accounts of Banks, Merchants and others solicited. Prompt attention given to Collections. A. WOOimilFF, Prest. w. HALL. FOB CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. St. l,ouls and VlcUxbi.ru Anchor I. inc. I', si. Mil FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOl'lS. JOHN B. MAUDE. Brolaski. Master. Will leave the Anchor Linewharfboat THIS DAY Sept. 30th, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage ap- Amos Woodruff. A. D. Gwynne, of Stewart Gwynne & Co. li. K . rutin, oi Williams Jc Co. H. T. Lemmon. of Lemmon & Gale. Colton Greene, of Greene & Beasley. . P. Hunt, of. C. P. Hunt & Co. ly to gj EL FOR VICKSBURG. PICKED IP A OR I FT. The Golden Crown is billed to leave Cincinnati for New Orleans this evening. The Evausvllle Courier sensiblv suggest to the business men of that city to put a couple of boats n the Memphis trade, and the t lnclniiatl Time thinks Evansville most needs a weekly packet to New Orleans. Tho w coming, a St. Louis and upper rivers packet, and the Carrier, a St. Louis and Pittsburg trader both big slerawbeelers of good reputa tionhave applied for places In the Southern Transportation line. The new Anchor-lino steamer. Belle Memphis, now on the ways at Howards' yard, will be ready to latiuch next Saturday week she is a stunner, and when she makes her Bow to the commerce of the west quite a sensation will be the result. 1 ne leicgrapn, oi ine '.lucliiuau aim romeroy line, has just hud up after a successful season of ten month and six days, during which time her fire walls have not been cold. In the time men tloned she has run 40,040 miles between Cincinnati and Pomeroy and Cincinnati and Huntingdon. It ha been decided that the meeting of the ex ecutive committee of the National board of steam navigation will be tieldat Washington on Wednes day, December 8, 1880, which w ill be immediately following the opening of congTes. The exact lace of holding tho session and the hour will be xod hv thi lruh of November, when the custom ary notice will tie sent to tbe individual members of' the committee. Captain John Bonnger, the chairman of the committee, is now in St. Louis, where official communications to him should be addrcssed.' aii The Golden Citvis the loncest stern-wheel Boat on the.Mlsis8ippi, and she is also one of the finest and fastest. She was built by Perry Tharp, at Cincinnati, for Captain ilegler, three years ago. and has proven herself a success In every respect. She is :Kb feet long by 41 feet beam and 7 feet depth ol hold, and will carry liiuo tons. Her draught is only 2S inches, she haa four steel boilers 28 feet long dv 40 inencs in uiameicr, six lap-weiuea nues in each, and cylinders sufficiently large to drive her at a lively rate of speed. At'out two years ago tnc governors oi Arkansas and Louisiana appointed an inter-Mate commis sion to Inquire into aud report upon what was necessary to be done to protect with levee the ternvorv Doroenna on me Mate lines on the Mis sissippi river. Meetings were held aud recommen dations made, but it now appears that the records, if any were kept, have been mislaid or lost. One of the commission. General D. H. Reynolds, of Columbia, Chicot county, Arkansas, being a methodical man of business, could possibly supply tne missnig nnx rrom memory, u irom no other source. That the Great Lastern will come to New Or- leaus on an experimental voyage during tbe win ter appears to Be settled. In answer to a com munication from Mr. F. Wright, of London, repre senting the owners of the big ship, Mr. D. Ranlett, of New Orleans, has been authorized to say that any -reasonable concessions will be made by the port authorities ami every endeavor made by the merchant aad business men generally of the Crescent Wry to render the venture profitable. The wharf lessees have headed a subscription to defray her wharf expenses with a very handsome sum, which Captain Eads has backed with nearly an equal amount. The Slaughterhouse company nas not only removeu an uoudis enienaincu uy the management relative to interferences with the work of slaughtering the cattle on board, but have tendered the use of their slaughterhouse in Al giers free of charge. The railway manager are ready lo pui on a train 10 unng in ai least ;jw head of cattle daily from Houston, and a propor- ue HI. I.ouls and Vicksburg Anchor line United State) Mail FOR VICKSBURG. City of Helena, McKee. master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat FRIDAY October 1st, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage jjjploAISTORMutnwharfboat FOR NEW ORLEANS. St. Lonla and New Orleana Anebor Line For Vicksburg, Natchez and New Orleans Steamer Golden City, Ilesler. master. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat THIS DAY', Sept. 80th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM, Sup't on wharfboat. Ketrnlar Mem a is New Orleana Packet for tho Season For Vicksburg, Natchez New Or leans and Way Landings The Iron Steamer C. !P. Chouteau. rr W. H. Thorwelgan, majder I Geo. MIltenbergerTcTk Leaves as above WEDNESDAY. Oct. Oth, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to . T. WASHINGTON, Agent. adlsont FOB ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Pine Bluff U. 6. Mail Line For Pine JSlUU. 1. 11 LiC 1.0( K, Bllll LUlUUgU l(J TUl. D111UN. Tl arli ii Kneed. J. J. Darraah master 1 Chas. Musselman Leaves as above THLS DAY', September :th, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply to 4 JOHN N. HARBIN. Sup't 'J94K Front St. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co For Louisville and iiiciimaii. The "Elegant Passenger Steamer Fas. D. Parker, M. M. Deem master R W. M'Coy... Loaios FRIDAY, October 1st, at 5 p.m For freight or passage apply to K. W. l.id II 1 III KX., General Freight and Ticket Agent, No. 7 Monroe street, Memphis. In tionately large number from Vermilionvi fact the response thus far is extreiiiclv Kratifvini:. and will go far in determining the destination of the great ship by fifty Til The particulars of the loss of the Fannie Tatum sinking, Sunday morning, at Chartres landing. miles below St. Louis, arc about as follows: 2 boat had landed at Chartres to take on wheat, and had just backed out and got her bow down stream when she struck a stump. Before anything could be done the boat was lying on the bank of the river, having suuk in four minutes. It 1 thought that a hole at least eighty feet long has been torn in her, and that the hull is other wise badly damaged. She went down in six feet of water at the head, and eleven at the stern. There were twenty-five passengers aboard, all of whom w.'re saved by the excellent management and coolness of Captaiu John A- Bruner and Clerk Conway. The cargo consisted of 1W0 tons of mis cellaueou freight, among which were l:U2 sacks of wheat It was valued at Sii.oon to S.t.,000. and insured by the shippers. The Tatuin was built at Madison, Indiana, and hntshed at St. Louis, Au giut, 1878, for J. O. Prather, John W. Klwcll, Henry Tatum and Boon Allen. She was length cued thirty-live feet a year later, making her present length 212 feet. W hen first built she cost SHO.OOO, and when the accident occurred was worth Sl.i.ooo. in ner inspection papers sue jaissea ior all rivers, and classes A2. She is a stern-wheel. with first-elaa passenger facilities. She belongs now to tne ranuie latum i ransportaiion com oanv. of St. Ixmls. and is insured in the Oriental of New York, and Firemen's, of Cincinnati, for 82000 each; and with the Washington, of Boston: American, of Boston: Franklin, of Lonisville, aud Union, of Louisville, for Sl'sjo each. Total insur ance, SIO.OUO." Tbe Cbarla Kebatock. Captain Albert Lederman and tbe other commer cial gentlemen on board this gay little craft, made last niaht a pleasant one to a number of ladv and gentleman acquaintances, to whom Invitations were issued to spend the evening In her cosy cabin. There was scarcely room for dancing, but the time was dellglitfullv passed with music ami lively con vernation. Iu sneaking of the boat yesterday, It was stated that she was built by an association of merchants ; this was Incorrect. Captain Lederman is sole owner! and "projector of the enterprise, and. as It promises success, naturally desires the credit of it. which the Appeal is more than willing to give him. The kebatock will leave for below this mornin g at 10 o'clock, and will takevith her many g Mai wiai.es ior ucr luiure prospcnij . MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. BALTIMORE.September 20. -Arrived : Lord CUve Liverpool. HAMBURG, September 29. Arrived: Lcsslng New York. NEW YORK, September 29. Arrived: Canada T. eidon : VbVKKim. I.iveroool : t.'itv of lunuloti London. The Westphalia from Hainburg. brought So02,',x" in gold. NKW ORLEANS, September 29. Arrived: City of New York. New York: Alice, Savannah; Beacons field, Sh:el'; Cherubim, Malta, Cleared: Fifty nine, Bordeaux. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. For Arkansas city and Pine KIutT Adams U. S. Mail Line steamer lor Helena, l-riars I'oml. Arkansas City and l ine Bluil R. 11. Onaehita Belle, M R Cheek, master I Cummins, ilk Leaves as above and all way landings every MON DAY and THURSDAY', at 5 p.m., connecting at Arkansas City every Tuesday with steamer Dea'.i Adams for Greenville and Vicksburg. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. Madison St FOR COMMERCE. Meinphls, Commerce and Brads Kail v raeaet Tbe elegant passenger steamer W. l. roitevent,:- W. J. Ashford master I Neil Booker Leave as above DAILY, at 5 o'clock p.m freljhtorassagepjdrioinriL FOR HELENA. For Helena and Way Landings. iK new iron faiace steamer JOHN T. MOORE, E. Montgomery, .master I W. A. Stone clerl Will leave as above every TUESDAY. THURS DAY' and SATURDAY at 5p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. R W. LlitHTUl RNE. Agent. 7 Monroe st. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. VI cm nh Ik and St. Francis Kiver I . S. Kail une ine ngni-urau sieamer Juatettville, 0. K. Joplin, master ! Banning, cl'k Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY and SAT URDAY EVENINGS, at 5p.m., for Marianna, the Cut-ofi' and all intermediate landings. For Wittaborc Steamer Hff areus Collins, E. J. Carvell. master. Leaves Madison for Withdiurg and way landings EVfcKl TV ESDAV, TMCKSIJAi and BAXU KilA Y . at 9 o'clock a.m., and runniug in connection with the Memphis aud Little Kock Railroad. JRANDALLSupt. LEE LINE STEAMERS. For Olendale, Helena and Friara Point James JL.ee, Stack Lee. master I Whitlow, clerk w in leave as above on every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.m omce, io. a Madison 6ireei. FOR WHITE RIVER. DIRECTORS. I J. R. Miller, Pres't Panola Oil and Fertilizer Co. J. H. Doan, of E-tes, Doan & Co. W. M. Sneed, Jr., of Myer & Sneed. I J. J. Busby, of J. J. Busby A Co. T. J. Lath'am. Pres't Memphis Water Co. j R. L. Coffin, of Dtllard fc Coffin. A. Have. Jr. OLD RELIABLE BROWN & JONES. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS COAL! Office, 282 Main street, Memphis City orders, Car and Cask orders from the country attended to with promptness and diapateb. ne nave increased our laciuties ior delivering large i v, aud orders lert at our unaceor at our YARDS, Foot of Poplar and Exchange, Corner of Stain and BPCaU, Corner of Second and Poplar, I Or on Slain, below Bcale, WILL RECEIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. FULL STOCKS OF Pittsburg, Channel, Anthracite Coal and Gas Coke AT 1AJ121 MAKKET KATES. DEPOTS FOR STEAMER SUPPLIES : HEXPHI8, TEHJf R. A. Speed. Mananer Tug Deaolo TERREME. HISS W. M. Eaell, Manager . Tag Frank Jone VICKSRVRO, MISS Mattina-ly, Son A o.. Agents . Tngr John Blgley NEW ORLEANS, 1. V Geo. K. Roots, Manager.., Tun Jf. M. Jonea OtBee t nder St. Cbarlea Hotel, headquarter for Memphlanc RIFLES and PISTOLS AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE, 345 Main St, Memphis. POWDER AXD SHOT DEPOT. Repairing Done and Warranted. XT AVE N'OW A COMPLETESTOCKOFBKEECH- II Loaders of the Scott, Grerner, Claybrough, Colt aud Moore make on hand. AhwompltetoeltfrjortmguDag COTTOX FACTORS. C. B. BRYAN & CO. COAL DEALERS, No. 20 Madison Street, Memphis WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF COAX J.J.RAWLINGS&C0 Cotton Factors and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 882 Front Street, Up-Stairs - - - Memphis. BAGGING AND TIES FURNISHED CUSTOMS ERS. Will sell cotton off wagon for tho who wlah Immediate nalea. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Supreme Court Sale of Real Estate. In the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson E. M. Appemon, Executor of Wade H. Bolton, deceased, vs. Charles Jone et al. ; and K. J, Black, Administrator, v. Charles Jone et al. TN pursuance of the decree pronounced hy tho X. supreme courtot Tenneatee, at jacunon. April 14, 1880, In these consolidated causes, I will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison strweta, In the city of Memphis, on Wednesday-, October 27, 1880, the lots or parcels of land mentioned and described in said decree, as follows : A eertaln lot of land situated In the city of Mem phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and bounded as follows: It being lot No. 35S, as laid down on tho plan of the city of Memphis, and beginning at tho northeast corner of the intersection of Monroe and Second streets in said city; running thence north with the east line or side of Second street 74 feet 3 Inches ; thence east 14ft feet 6 inches to an alley ; thence south with the west side of said alley 74 feet 3 inches to the north side of Monioe street; thence west along the north side of Monroe street 14H feet 8 Inches to the point of beginning, together with all the improvements and appurtenances thereto SHERWOOD & CO. LATE WHEELER, PICKENS & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Traya. belonging or appertaining as laid down on the n city of Memphis, being on the west side of Main Also, the following lot or parcel of land situato In Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee part of lot No. 98, as laid down on the enncssee. and being ian oi tne Burkela, Tuba. Cislaraare, Paper Bags. Croquet Nen. Butter Plate, Broom,. Churn. Mlflera, Tm Use, Waab Boards, Well Bucket., Ax. Handle. OPPOSITE Paper, iJ, Etc., Etc PEABODL HOTEL. Merchant are respectfully Invited to call and see us before purchasing goods In tills line. 3QO doz. Polls direct Importation Just received. ESTABLISHED 1850. 8PECHT & WALTER, Wholesale Candies & Confectioners' Supplies. TRADE W oddli) S I w and. Parties MARK specially. Memphis & White River Packet Regular Independent Mempbln nnd white River Packet For Angusta, Jacksonport Sea iv. v . and way points. Tne regular indepen dent Packet HARD CASH, E. C. Portal, master 1 C. Pobil. cl'k.' win leave Mempnis eviski weu.misiiai , on and after Wednesday, Sept. 1st. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to K. W. LIGIITBURNE, JoMonroetopeadylloteL FOR OSCEOLA. Tr I-Weekly u. ft. Mail Paefcet For Ran dolph, Fulton, Osceola and way landings. . Osceola Belle, iT Cooper, master Wm. Smlthers, 'i,kflPHRWi- Will leave Memphis every MONDAY. WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY , at 5 p.m. For information up ply on hoard, or to No. 3 Madison street. BARGAIX STORE. The Bluff City Bargain Store, 814 Main street, One door above Adams, has just lieeu opened with a eomplete stock of Dry .mi. Kotiana. Ladle' and Grata FnrataltlnK Coeds, Boota, Shoe, Hat, t'apa, an. I Rteady.Sade t'iobia. These good were purchased forCASH and at AUC TION. Thev will be offered TAIl BELOW THK KKGl'I.AR VRICICS. A larw tcx'k of JMltea' I'ndrrnear. at price that will astonish al). we ask la a call. A. II L A I t H. 314 Slain street by the people, and lis ofllcers showed their appre ciation of the fact bv granting the request. FERbOXAL. Jeff Bell waa engineer on watch w hen the Flor ence Meyer sunk . Captain sterling M'Intyro Is on his way cast from the Ouuaison couutry. Jy Gould is said lo be heavily interested in the "New Orleans and 1st. Louis Transportation com panv. Captain Owen Finnegan, of the John T. Nfoore. ; arrived Irom Mobile last uignt auu is quariercu a, lite l'cabody. Captain S. H. Parisol Is to I superintendent of I the Vicksburg and Yaioo river.P-line under its new organization. Captain John P. Barry, who left hero a few davi I since to look after some govern men t work In tie i Sunflower river, passed through Vicksburg Tues- day. I Mr. V. P. Hall gives notice in another column i thai he has closed Wright's Point. Arkansas, and will not be responsible lor any goods snipped were hereafter. Captain "Beck'' Jollv. Pilot Ben F, Crane and Clerk U. W. Baker are officers on ibe snagboal JJe Rnsscy, arrived from above yesterday evening. All thorouth-Kolng. competent ueanibOHtmeu. aad fully alive to the Importance ol the work In which thev are engaged. Mr. John T. Kaegy. representing H. Westcrman & Co. i late Wcslernian A Meier), importers and jobber ol china, glass and iiucenware, No. ott COTTON PREH1TH8. $1950 00 Cotton Premiums. $900 00 FOR THE BEST BALE MEMPI1IM COTTON EXCHANGE, Mrsirars, Tow., September 11, 1880. ( Hon. Jacob Thompson. President Shelby County Agricultural Association: Dear 8ir At a meeting of the President and Board of Directors oi the Memphis Cotton Ex change, held this day, it was Resolved, That this Exchange, in addition to premiums already offered by your Association, do offer the following. Premiums on Cotton to be ex hibited at your Fair, October l'jth; that exhibitors be invited from West Tennessee, Mississippi, Ar kansas, from that portion ol Alabama lying north of the Sand Mountains, and from Missouri. TKR1S. Each bale of cotton exhibited to weigh not under 450 pounds. To be of the growth of crop of 1880. No bale admitted that has been exhibited else where. Each bale of cotton offered must be regis tered on entrance, under head of First or Second Class. Premium awards to be made by a commit tee of experts, to be appointed by the Board of President and Iilrectors of this Exchange. PREMIUMS FIKHT CLASS. For the First, highest claming, long-staple bale,$ 300 For Second, highest claariug, long-staple bale.. 200 For Third, higlioct classing, long staple bale. 100 For Fourth, highest classing long-staple bale. . 50 SECOND CLASS, For the First, highest classing, upland bale, ir respective of staple 300 For the Second, highest classing, upland bale. Irrespective of staple For tbe Third, highest classing, upland bale, ir respective of staple For the Fourth, highest classing, upland bale, Irrespective of staple SWEEPSTAKE BALE. For the highest cleared halo, irrespective ol le, the Cotton txchtnge will pay for, own, the sum at 200 100 50 staph and c 500 Making iu all the sum of f 1800 ery respectiuiiv, DAVID P. PADDEN, President. Sam M. Gates, Soc'y and gup't. aT in addition to above premiums offered by the Memphis Cotton Exchange, the Shelby County Grange Association offer for the host BhIp of Cot. ton (irrespective of staplrl exhibited, $100; and for Second Best Hale, '. This guarantees the sum of $YI for the Highest Classing Hale of Cotton ex lubited. Irrespective of staple : and 1250 for the Second Bert Bale, irrvpuctlve ol staple. FOB WHITE AND BLAX'K RIVERS. MILT HABBY'N Memphis Will to and mark River I . S. Mail Parkrl. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devalls Bluff. Des Arc, Augusta, JacksoiiportAVest Point, Searcy, Batesvllle, Powhattan, and Pocahontas, The new and elegant steamer afosf e Harry, win leave .Mempnis r. i-.Bi satckday, at 5 p , connecting direct with the new lilack river V. S. mail packet MILT HARRY for Powhattan and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batesvllle and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. umee. no. - ssaoison street. JEWELER. Y.B.THAYEE MANUFACTCBING Jeweler and Optician. Watekea, Jewelry. Silverware, Clock. Npeetaelea, Ete. Repairing Watches and Chronographs a specialty 265 Main St., 0pp. Court Square. void Gold and Silver Wantedaw COTTON BUYER. GEO. H. LATHAM (Successor to E. Hobnrt & Co.) COTTOX BUYER, Room 20, 304 Front Street, BXPRESEXTS BARRY, THAYER & CO (Successors to THAYER, BRIGHAM 4 CO.) BOSTON, HAIS. Liberal Caeb. Advanen made on Con atawmemta to Tbriu, or Correspondents. in uirrpwi. NEW FIRM. GERBEMW1LS0N DRY GOODS, Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods 267 Main and 19 Court Streets. BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE! o The declining Jpricc of all clas ses staple goods for the last four month having now reneheil tbelr loiveat II mi In. we have supplied ourselves wilhtii the last few days with a stock never before equate! by us In point of attractiveness. We ther efore confidently offer them to all rloae bu.ver throughout the country with assurances of our ability to under sell those who bought their stock in June and July. Wholesale Dry Ooods,, Motions, Hosiery, Gents' Fumis'htngs, Ladles' Trimmed Hats, etc For sure pay we alve bottom flgurea. WM. R. MO ORE & SO, MEMPHISJENN 355 Main street. ."Memphis, Tenn., Wholesale rOKNi:TK! COSSETS! ' To Country Merchant Ruyimit for Caak Our stock this season is the largest and best assorted ever shown in thin city, comprising all the Novelties in Corsets, and Invite all to the great Headquarter fo.- Corsets. Full lines of PADS, BRACES, ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS AND CORSET MATERIALS. Sonthern Hoopahlrt and Coraet Wa-nnfactory, Mo. 85,1 Main atreet. Wholesale and ISetail Dealer In Marble, Stone and Granite. Orders promptly and Satisfactorily filled. Call and see him, Corner Second and Ada nis Streets. J. T. FARGASON & CO. Wholesale GBOSRS A C OTl"OX FACTORS 300 Front street, Memphis, Tttuiessee, AMI Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 10O rarier street, Xew OrlcanK, XaV Cotton eonalKned to na at Memnbla oa Hew Orleana will ban e prompt na earelal atuntion. We constantly carry a largo and carefullv si'lected stock Staple .and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Uuuor. Toliacco and Cigars at MEMPHIS, and will sell as low as the lowest We carry no stock at New Orlears, but tor parties who desire it, will make purchase in that market street, between Monroe and union streets, it being the third lot and storehouse south of Monroe street on the west side of Main street, it being lot No. : ; tn the subdivision of said lot I, between Lydia M. Jenkins, Thomas J. Turley and i. M. Williamson, which is fully shown by the deed of partition be tween said parties, of date April 14, lnvt, which ia of record in book No. 14, pages 236 and 237 of record of deeds of Shelby county, to which deea reference 1 made: aaid lot fronting IS feet inches on the west side of Main street, and running back between parallel liuea 70 feet to u alley, and bounded on the south by lot No. 4 of said subdivi sion of lot No. 96, now owned In common by estate Thrtm,, T Tiirl,v iwl W A WUllftmKnn and on the north bv lot No. 2 of said subdivision of lot 98, now owned by estate of Thomas J. Turley; upon which lot Is a four-story brick storehouse, now known as No. 317 Main street, In Memphis, to gether with Improvements thereon. The said lot No. 358, first above described, will be subdivided and sold in several parts, separately, ss follows : . 1. Tbe rear part of the lot, that is the part oa the east side which lies lietween the alley on tha cast and a line parallel with the west boundary of the alley, beginning at a point in the ainth bound ary of the lot, the north line of Monroe street and four feet cast of the brick dwelllnghonse, which point Is estimated to be 48 feet from the south east corner of the lot, ana running thence north wardly and parallel with the west boundary of tha alley to the north boundary of the lot No. 358. 2. The parcel of lot 358, on which Is the brick dwelllngliouse, consisting of two tenements front ing on Monroe street, shall be divided into two parts, the partition line between which two parts shall be a Une passing north and south through the center of the brick wall which divides the bouso into two tenements, and extending from the south boundary of tbe lot to the north boundary, and four feet of ground lying east and adjoining the east tenement, and extending from Monroe street to the north boundary of lot 358, and bounded on the east by the west boundary, hereinbefore desig nated, of the part next hereinbefore described, shall belong to. and be a part of, the lot on which is the east tenement. The parcel on which is the west tenement shall have the use and privilege for ever of the four-feet alley extending from the north boundary of Monroe street to the north boundary of the lot, in common with the owner or owners of the part of the lot 358, on which are the four store fronting on Second street. 3. The lot or parcel fronting on Monroe street, whereon is the western of the awellinghouse ten ements, bouuded on the south by Monroe street, north by the north line ol lots:, east by the west ern boundary of the last described parcel or lot, which western boundary is tbe Hue extending through the center of the wall which divides tha two dwellinghouae tenements, and on the west by the line at tho outside of the west wall of the western tenement, extending from Monroe street to the northern Une of lot 358, and which western line Is about 4 feet from the cast face of storehouse fronting on Second street. 4. The part of the lot fronting: on Second and Monroe streets, and whereon are lour brick stores, .t,.n iu, rfMHi (,,,,, f.,,, - a. An, nr v hini, shall be bounded on the south by the north line of Monroe street, on the north by a line extending from the west line of the building, and lot .'158 through the center of the partition wall which di vides the south storehouse from that situate next north of it. The second of which parts shall be the lot on which Is the storehouse next north of the last described part, which second lot shall be bounded on the north by a line extending from the west wall of the house castwardly to tbe east side through the center of the brick partition wall which divides this second storehouse from the storehouse next north of the said secoud store house. The third of which parts shall be, tbe lot ou wblch is the third storehouse, to- wit : the lot next north of the said second lot, aud is bounded on the south by the before-described north boundary of the said second lot, and on the north by a lino extending from the west line of the building and lot 358 to the east side of the east wall of the honse, through the center of the partition wall which divides said third storehouse Irom the store house next north. The fourth of which parts is tbe lot on which la the fourth or north storehouse, and 1 bounded on tbe south by the north boundary of said third lot, to-wit : a line extending from the west line of the building and lot 358, eastwardlv through the cen ter of the partition wall which divides It from tho third lot, and the north boundary of said fourth lot la the north boundary of lot 358 and the north face ol the most northern of the four storehouses, parcels or lots. The east boundary of each of thefto lots Is the line on which is the cast face of the east wail of the storehouse building, and this line be gins at or about a point In the south boundary of the lot s8, about 53 ieet eaatwaraiy oi tne souin west corner of the lot 358, and runs northwardly with the east side the east wall of the storehouse building to the north boundary of the lot 358. Tho alley of four feet width, between the storehouse buildings and tho dwcllingbouse building, shall be held and enjoyed forever for the use and privil ege of the owner of the storehouse lots in com mon with tbe owners of the adjoining lot, whereon, is the west tenement of tbe dweilinghouse build ing. Each of the said storehouse lots will be solil separately, and the lots whereon are the two dwcll ingbouse tenements, and the lot on the east end of lot 358, will be sold separatelv. The several purchasers of the storehouse lota shall have tbe privilege and right for three months next after confirmation of the report of sale to make use of the present stairways which go above, and of the halls on the second and third stories for the purpose of erecting partition walls on tho existing walls Irom the third floor up. resting ujion tbe present brick partition walls below, aud tho present and super-added partition walls iyill bo party walls between the adjoining owners. The purchasers will be put In possession of said property ou compliance with the terms of sale. . A map and plan of subdivision of said lot 358, lit accordance with the foregoing, will be exhibited on the day of sale. Terms of Sale Six, twelve, eighteen and twenty four months; purchasers executing note bearing Interest from date for the purchase money, with approved personal security, and a lien retained on the lots until said notes are paid. Equity of re demption barred. Jackson, Tenn., September 23, 1880. JOHN H. FREEMAN, Clerk. W. M. Randolph, H. Hay King, Wright a McKis Ick, D. K Myers, Solicitors. Chancery Sale of Kf al Estate. No. 8292, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county F. M White, Executor of John Kerr, deceased, vs. Patrick A. Feehan etal. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale on tercd in the above cause on tbe twenty-fourth day of June, 1880, M. B. 28, page 274, 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse of the Taxing District of Shelby county, Memphis, Ten nessee, on Saturday, October 9. 1SSO, within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county. Tennessee, to-wlt: Lot No. twenty-seven, containing 12 32-100 acre; lot No. twenty-eight, containing 17 14-100 acres; and lot No. twenty-nine, containing 17 14-100 acres, according to the plan of subdivision of the land of Andrew Kerr, deceased, made aud surveyed by Edward 8. Todd, recorded in book 7, page 387 of the records of Shelby county, Tenn., aud therein described by mates and bounds, and referred tn and made part of the deed of partition of said lands t ctween John Kerr, Samuel Kerr. James O. Collier and Mary E. Collier, H. Kossignal and Harriet A. RoasJgnal and Catherine C. Wllsou, of date April 22, 1854, and registered In book No. 16, page 480, M and 482 of the records of Shelby county afore said, lying on and near Kerr avenue, in the vicin ity of Memphis, Shelby county. Tenn. Terms of Sale Cash. Thl September 13, 1880. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. C r. Vance, Sol. orooopl nt.