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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY. JUXuY 19, 1883.
RAILWAY RECORD. ARPalVAUANO DEPARTURt OF TRA iNS rio 2"?NM. 0l",,r,:. (expreaa, lei'es.t iJ rX.','mJ1"t : : .ao.Covtnii- Ha aOOOmmOOAUnnt at J 11 . n fd8 a.m.; No. 7 errlv at l -56 o.m.: N No 1 (exprew) A, Covlnirtc-n accommndatloir a.m. (nTiv time .7r.ii-. ,r 1 ,, " i rains mote 7, V.,:,"' leaves asuy anitop.m.; arm S!m avesatse m.: anlvea.i7.0i SSVs. it 6:i' " e.m. ton "J"" " """'"-TralntiBOTe a : - - - rmti ciu arrive aauv at 4:4o . m . at U:S5 p.m.; mall leaves daily at 7 ti leaves , 1 "J -j ji uiMuo tiu.i leaves aatiy V - p.ni.; mall arrives daily except 5rjDa, at t:0 p.m. Brownaville acecannodatlon n-rivei dily. except Bunrtay, at :.)5 a.m. (City time . .T'1'". ;""-"o-TralUi, mote M follow, (city time): Ibronun exprera leases ' F " " na "pros leaves daily at 7:30 a.m. 8omervliia accommodation leaves "ally, sxiot Sunday, at 4:i5 p.m. Throna-h ex prow arrives daily at 11 :0a.m. Mall aud excreta arrives dally at 9:20 p.m. rtomerrlile acooinmo- ...'""'"R1 -Be-Trsln. more as follow! ; NenUrliaiu a mall and express leaves daily at :30 n.m.; iteiirht leaves dally, exc-pt Sand.y. at : a m. New Orleaoa Ian ail and express arrlviedaily at fctiO a m.; freia-nt arrives daily, ewji Sunday ,at 2:30 p.m. Preiaut trains carry fmrausen. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. The mail cr go (be Eiat Tenneesee, Vir ginia and Georgia nooo train raised connec tioa at Cnaitnnooga Mondav. Toeee fail ure are brooming of Irtcjatnt occurrence, and the regularity of the mails ia thereby arriously impaired. It in now thought that (be N-w Orleaiia mod Northeastern road, which will omplete the Cioxiuiiati Riutbern eyetem aa the sbort line to New Orlesn', will be ready for trains in rieptember next. The weatber is favor able for rapid track-laTini', and General Manager Scott ia receiving lbs most encour aging advices from contractors. A mm NO of a number of (be represent atives of the railway Trice was held in Cincinnati Monday niht, to take action with reference to (be permanent organiza tion of a railway aaaocia ion, to beenmpoaed of the members of the pro'es.ioa in thalcily, Boa! such others aa may be admitted from Other cities. The Hireling was organized by tb elect.on of Mr. C. W. Williams, general agent of the Ohio and Mississippi, temporary chairman, and Mr. Oliver McKms-y, aecre tarT. ' Th njettng waalirgely aitendd, and the canae et)lhaisticjly advocated by alt preaent. Another meeting will be held at the same place next Monday evening when a permanent organic tlion will be effected. Tbb Chrsaieake, Ohio and Boaih western Railroad Company has rotne out ahead ii ita (roub'es with some ct the Louisville property-holdHr. The lalter becoming coa vi need tbst ihv could n! bulldoze the road ty tbeir it junction tnits ha withdrawn them and accepted I be road'a c flers of Com promiae. Wor on the connection of (his road will, thtrefcrc, be resunifd, and wilb 'be resumption will vanisn the proposed road irom Eliabetlitown to L'Xiog'.oi). Toe peo ple of E tiabelluown, who wern par icuUrly laird fcVrr (he buildm til tue latter namtd lino, can now ging, '"It wan ever (bus." NasHVILLI Bunner: "1'he Kailroad Com xninioa h i adj uroed formally until An (uat la, wben a rKulsr oitetinjwill beheld. Col. Btvsge and M1-. Turley have gone home, but Geo. Uordox,.(be s.cretarr, is ia tbe office prepiTiog ih r-ojrd. Hs wib en gaged lo-dav in making out a i-ohedule of tariff on grain. The Coiniuiaioa hv had ao far bn'. few cimpiaints of overcharges filed with Iheiu. Trie m i jrily of lUi-se were from mill tvwnn where thre sre no com- peting roads. As y-t not a comulsiui h-. beea made from Kohviile. Tbe smaller towns, for instance, U1 atin, complains ihat a car-load of grain will be sbipped (o Louis ville from NasbTil'e for Iim thin i1. will be from Gallatin. This is given to show tbe nature of complaints made to tbe Commis ion. Bs far some of the railroads hare complisd with (ha request of tbe Com mis cion to reduce the rat-s when oiled upon, and Oen. Gordon thinks there will ba no trouble with the railroads, as they seem (o be disposed to do -the rglit thing. During (be put few weeks from this point rates have been reduced on grain and potato, aod (bin reduction seems to give goneral satisfao ioo." waelHlaiiBg Pooia ail St. I...ul. ' St. Loci, July 18 R pnsenutivfs of the ratlrosds interrsted in the east-bound live-slock, ens'-bouod deao'-freight and local coal pools have abolished their respective commiationerehips, thin deposing K. M. Moore, of Ihe dead-freight pool; Isaac II, Knox, of ihe livr-atock, and L G. Runner, of the local coal pool, and decided on a consoli dation of the thru commisiivnenibips on aod after Augut lai. H. 8. D-per, general freight agent of the Cairo bhort Line, has beea chosen csmmisaioner of the consoli dated pools, and will tsjume the duties August 1st. JO. 61 1 , S4.t5 6S 97,17 07 , a.-S,2l 91 S9.r2 Z2 ... A,174 90 83 York bnying al par, FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. There waa no material change in tbe situ ation at. the banks yesterday. Money eon liu.ie easy, with moder its demand and ne crikugj of rates, which rnle at 6 to 8 per cent, discount. There is a little movement in Tax ing-Dis(r ct compromise bonds, which are s rong. .. . .. RIearlnfra ti'y litn W.U2 i Ttniil-r thi week .Same time laat wek...M baine week last yr ... Exchange on New aUingaii premium. Eastern cotton bills buying st per cent, discoon', gelling at par; and rxcasnge on New Orieam ducouni burini.', and par lling. ilinic stocks Bank of Commerce, 135 bid, 140 asked; First .National, 118; German Na tional, 200; Manhattan, lblXa170; Slate Na tional, 12S bid,13Jsked: Union and Plant ers, 145 bid. Insurance stocka Honx 0; UioB (Jitv, 10:j; People", 8.5; Planters, 115; Pooeniz, 90; Meuilihu City. lJWtl:3: Hernando. 105(3 110; Vanderbiil, 1315. Kn'road ooods (Jtiesap-aee, ijhia) and Southwestern first mortgage, 95 asked; Mis sissippi and Tennex-e, 60; Memphis and Charleston first mortgage bonds, 7s, 114: do. second mortgage bonds, 7a (1885), 103; do. consols, 104; Memphis aod Little Kock first mortgage bonds, 8s, 83; Mississippi and Tennessee consols. A 123; do. B 108. Miscellaneous Taxing-District compro mise bonds, (Mi: Merchants' etorage aod Compress Company, new issue, 135; Mem phis Gaa stock, 8183; do. bonds, 100; Memphis Water Company, bonds with accrued interest, par; do. stock, 130 bid; Memphis City bonds, old, 3435; com- promise bonds, 70(0.71; coupons from old bonds, 34; from compromise bonds, 70; ledger balances, 64; judgments on coupons and bonds, 34; paving indebtedness, 34; Shel by county (Memphis and Ohio railroad) 6a, 100; warrants, 95; Mississippi levee bonds and coupons, District No. 1, 10; do. scrip, 1U; Bang ol iennessee notes, new issue. 65: Crittenden county (Ark.) warrants. 65(370: Desha county, 60; Mississippi county ,6070. By Telegraph. New York, July 18. Bonds Govern ments a little better f jr 3s a-d 4i registered; o her issues unchanged. Rail ways firm. 8. ate securities nominal. S ects The market during the forenoon was unsettled anj lower, opening stronger and advaucing 1 to J per cent, up to 11 o'clock, at whica lime there was a raid on Cinada Southern, which caused it to decline 8 per cm. i.y 12fS0 o'clock. The decline in Car. ad a Bjutbern curied other Vaoder bills ith it to a large extent. Michigan C intral doclined 2 per cent, and New York Ceo rail; Northwest declined 1 per cent, ail Like Shore J. The Vanderbilis, of Course, aff cted the whole market. On side of tntm ilie declioe was J lo li, tbe latter Or'gon and Transcontinental. Batween 12:30 and 2 o'c'ock there was a further de cline, followed by an advance in prices. In the last hour ihe market waa doll aod heavy and prices dtc ined a fraction for a majority ef tbe list. Canada Pacific was exception a ly we ik, and declined 2J per cent, from 60 'o 67 i Outside of ibis the decline in Ihe la-l hour was t to , the latter New York Ceotral to 114, iboiign j of this was recov ered and alro a fraction on other stocks. These ch -Ufjes left tbe market J to 1J lower than a' tbe dose la; night, the greatest de clines, bowevtr, being oily on a few stocks, namely, Canada bjuihern lj, Michigan Central 1 1, Illinois Central (leased lines) 1 per cent. Uutic.e ol tbee the declines in tbe general list were only fractional, while there were eom stocks higher, namely, Man- it iDi Zi, trie t, Jersey Central 4. Ubio and Mississippi J.Oregon Improvement J, Pacific Mail i, Evansville i. The market closed generally steady. Richmond and Danville was exceptionally s rong in tbe last hour, and advanced from 60 to 61 against 60 at the clcss last night and 58 at the lowest price to day t Closing quotations were as follows: aoVBBJiMajrrs. . CS.Ja.IOS. 4s. n&i. - J 5 ex.ADdia, 101. Paclnc ds ot 1896, 127 4. 11, U2v. BONDS C. F. mts, US T. 1. land grants, BOX. Ir:e seconds. T. P. Klo O. dir. 82. Leidgn at Wilkes , 1H- U. P. orsU, 112. quiet; at 12, dull, closing vryteedy. Siles, 36,000 bales. Closing quotations 'were as To all wbo are Buttering Irom lae errors and In dlacrotlona ol you lb, nervous weakness, early d oay, loss ol manbood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FttKtf OF CHAE'JB. This great remedy was discovered bv a mlsslouarj la South America. Bend a srll-addreaned envelope to tut EDUCATIONAL. Washington and Lee UIVKKSXTV, IIIVOTOIV, XiB: T NaT BUCTIOS In the nsnal academic studies .a. ana in toe protosiooal scnoots ol Law and Eaiineertng. Location bealthf ul : expense mod erate. Next seesion opens sp Suit,. For cat alogue aauress "Clerk ol tbe Faculty. " , U. . C- l.ste-, Frplpi. follows January... February... Nareb April. Jone..... Jly aguat September.. October November... December... Yesterday . 9.444 45 , r9 9S 9 r. 9.i . 9.76 9.77 9 eo j 9 2 .S 9 r 9.61 J 9 W .8 a 9.29 9 3. i 9 16 .36 9 37 Tuesday 9.41 9 42 l.ill99 9.. 4 9 63 t.Tfi 9.74 9 M 4 9. 9.V)'enom 9.46.S)- 9 4e .4 JibW 9 as 9.32 a 9:a BAILT BCLLtTIWS. I tttate ol Market. OalvestoD. ... ; Nominal. NewOrlHana.. Mobile eaavaonab .... Charleaton.... WiliBltigton Norlol 'BalUmore Hteady. tvasy. Dull. Active. b'i NX tiulet. C(ui-t. Bec'ts. fbi.adelph'.al Dull ' St. Lou la. W kfeL'r. Augu.. j Quiet. Total receipts, 11 .. Total receipts, 1"' ,, , Total recelpu, 1SB1 . 191 14 261 Zio SO Xi 13 Price. I Stock 954 I I0.2i 9 9-I; 83,561 5i 7.001 9 li-16 10 10 10 Y, t.cou 1,477 1 1W 1'.'.347 lSK.l7 f.uva 11.193 .1.971 Ss5 :: 3,191 CON'SOl .IDATED 9TATCMBKT. Becelpts & da) a. Krporta to tirvat Britain Eztmrta to continent ... rivv'ka at all porta Tnia Week 6.316 12.390 1.891 37,:jbl Laat Woek. Uil Veavr. .599 19.571 6501 S69.069I 4,2M 2.943 5,Mv 231,49 This Year: Laat Before. Bocelpts since rfept 1st . 15 904.SW 4.601.4 J6 5,675,856 Foreign exports Sept 1st 4 574.6o4 S. 444.957! 4,83 629 stock at 0.8. porta in receipts.. 357,3611 31,499i 294,XI2 ,3U3.46.'1 The Liverpool spot market al nooo w-s quoted easier. Sales, 8000 bales, of which 6950 bales were American. R-ce.p's, 14,400 bales, ef which 12,200 were American. .. Atl2: Upland, 5 7-161; Orleans, 5 9 161. Tbe Liverpool future market at noon was quoted doll; Augae'-S-ptember, 5 24-64d; Sptember-Ojtober,5 26-64 1 ;0.:tober-Novem-ber, 5 24-64d; November-December, Decem-ber-Janoary. 5 23 64d; Jannary-Eebruary, 6 25-64d. At 1:30: August-SeDtembt-r,5 25 64d; December-January, 5 24 64d; February-March, 5 27 64d. ... At 4: September Oitobee. 5 27-641; Octo-bfr-Novembrr, 5 25-641; November-Deeem-btr, 5 24-641; DtcetnW January, 5 25 64d; Fernary-Marcb, 5 28-64d. Futures closed steady. - . OEN'EUAL TKADK. Business quiet. Meats and lard are firm; floor active and firm ; cornmeal firm ; augar and co&ee firm; molasses quiet; rice firm; nails firai; hay very dull stric ly choice good de maad, prime dull and nominal, prairie neg lected; coros etdr; oats and bran dull; ap ples quiet; potatoes, cabbage and onions quiet; stock peas dull and nominal; bean steady; butter dull, little doing; cheeae quiet; eggs steady, fair demand; dried apples, good demaod; dried peaches neglected jcoiton seed oils steady ; otton seed meal quiet; oranges and lemons quiet; cocoanu's stead r; bana nas scarce. Otber articles unchanged in tone and price. IMPORTS - Eighty-five b-ls apples, 36 (cj bacon and ham-, 13 pkga butter, 600 bu corn, 10 pkg cheese, 191 aks coffee, 34 bd c I'.tle, 20 pkgs eggs, 4 brls ft ur, 5 bd hogs, 355 pkgs lard, 8 cars lumber, 2 brls meal, 3 bris molasea, 18 kge nails, 12 eks peas, 5 bhds sugar, 390 brls sugar, 44 bd sheep, 144 pka tobacco and 22 brls whisky. . EXPORTS. : One hundred and ninety-fire brls apples, 13 rlls baggiog,49 tea bacon and hams, 11 ska bran, 1 pkg butter, 142 bu corn, 6 pkgs cheese, 97 eks coff-e, 89 hd cattle, 433 brls Soar, 40 bales bay, 63 pkgs lard, Z cars lum ber, 115 brls meal, 28 bd horsts and mules, 15 brls molasses, 72 kg nails, 21 eks oats, 1 brl onions, 1 ek peas, 130 brls potatoes, 2 cars bulk pork, 90 brls .ugar, 107 pkgs tobacco and 07 oris wtiisky. Louisiana consols, 64 Missouri 6s, 100 ill. Joseph, 109 n f. an.u orsts, YS'i. rnn. 69, old, 40 Tenn. 6s, now, 40 STOCKS. Adams Express, 134. V. P. l.-nd grants, 9!4 O. P. tlnk. fund, 119. VlrglnU Ca, 38. Va. con., ex-tn, 87. Va. couaola pld, s4. Alleg.ieuy (Jeulral. 12. aiton rerre h.. vu. A. AT. U. pld, 92H. Acserlcan llzpress, 89. 11,0. B 4 N..02 Canada 3outhern. 67. OeutralPaclau, 71 CitesapeakeaaOhtu, 17. (J. no., Ut pid, 28i. C. & O. 2d pid, 20 CbicaKO & Alton, S2H c aa. pid, K0. V., B. a. 22. Ota., It. 1. N. O., 7S C, Bt. L. Jl P., 13. C. St. h. A P. pfd., 49!. C, Ban. 1;., 40. 0. A C, :0V4. I)eL 4 HudS4. : -. Iel. A lauk.,2s Itauter Kio (i . , 101-,. trie, 35. trie pld, 75. -F.ast leuueasee, Sii taat Tenn pid, IhU- roit wayne, lsi. Mobile A Ohio, 14. Morris A Essex, 122. Naah. A Chat., 54. N. J. Central, 86 N. A W. pld, 89. Norlbero Pacific 4 Nortn'u Pac pld. 86. NortQ western, 27. Northwestern, ptd, 147. New York Central, 14. Ohio Central, 8. Ohio A Mlasiaslppl, 83. Obis A Miss, pfd, 113. Ontario A Western. 24. Oregon Trans., 79J. facinc Mail, 87. Panama, 9b. P..D. AK..17H. Pittsburg. 183 Pullman pat. Car, 28). Kendlxig, iiii. Bock Island, 21. St, L. A8. F., 80. 8. L. A 8. F. pfd, 51. St. L. A 8. F. 1st old, 92. Bt. Paul. 2. St. anl pid, 118. JHanolbal A St. Joe, 4L St. P.. M. A M., 6. GEORGETOWN HGLLEGE, D. C, FonvOfd in 1799. KXV. JAMS) A. UOONAN. H J.. PBksrDKNT AdADtiSIt: wad S' tt!HIIH ! 1.1 open on Thursdai, Sept 18 18KI Board, tuition, etc.. I3t)0 per aunun. For particulars addrcaa Prisidint GaoBGaTOWir Collide, D. C. THE s4JH4.ei. r NEIil Iltt opens 03 Monday. Kept 4. 1881 Tetnu for tbe full Course ot Le tur s. 1100 AtldreEs J W II. LOVEJOY, M.D., Dean, 9U0 12th 8t, N.W., Washington, D. C. Teals e)f MO 'V F I. opens on Ihurtday. Oct. 4. 1883. Course ol studies extended and re arrauged. Faculty: Hon 11. T. Merrick, Ho '. Jere 31. Wllnon, Julge W. A. Ricbar tson (U S. Court of Clalaas), Martin F Morris, LL.U. and J. J. Darlington, Eea. C. W. Hoffman, LL D.. Deau. Terms, 80 per annum. Address SaM'L M. ? batman. Esq , Hecretary, 1125 N. Y. Avenue. N. W., Waablngton. D C. CECILUH MALE COLLEGE. Board, etc., per 0 weeks, only aO For y Catalogne. address H. e.a la,. Cectiian, Hy. yST. MARY'S SCHOOL as, 151 Perlar si., Kensbis, Teaa. A Select Boarding and Day School for Young La- a a lea ana t;ciiareii, utiaer tne cnarge 01 me dialers of St. Msry, of the Ei'iacopal Cburcb. Number of day pn lis limited 10 one huniied: boartil:.s ru- tils to twenty-five. Seven tnorousbly qialln d nat uctora. Te-ms Board, tuliion In Eigilsb, Latin and Drawing, and book', 6 SII O prr au aam. For lull lnf jrmation, apply to 818TE8 IN CHAHOE. KtlK(lEl(MV. COLLIE F, tF.Kjr.r-WN. KKJI1HKY. ON Cincinnati Xoutbrrn A. It Located in the healthy-and beautiful 11 blue GraM" region 01 Ken, 11 cay. ruiaes.oti opens bentembers, t8M Inatrwctlou in all branches of a oo-leao education. Eznerienced Profesaora. The dea-rei-a ol Ba..A.B. and A.M. conferred. Useful course lor laoae who can apend only one or two years in toll'-ge. Terms low foe tbe advantages offered. For catalogue or pariieuaara, address eitr.y 10 B M. DUDLEY. D P , President. m tin is Business and Classical School, W. 8. JO.ItlK, Priuclpal. WITH tbe same corps of assistants will begin ita third rear on SaPTKMBKH H). kXi. at Ha. Suo VI l u aim'. Bovs prepared for either Business or Colleg-9. Discipline strict ud Insiruo Uou thorough, aud modern in methods. . For par ticulars aud terms address WlltklOS S. JOSKS, 5Q6 Stsina Ht.9 SemsIlN, tens. UMVKKSltY Of VIHUI.lt. wanauaea I.mw f.eefnrets ( nine weekly) be- sin 12tb July. 1K83. and en 1 Uth Seputmner. Have proved of slaual u- Ul, to students wbo denncu tn nuraue tnelrstud:eaat 'bis ur otber La-tr School; 2d, tn luos- wbo p opoae t- lead privately: aud 3d, to ptaotitio era wbo bare not had tbe advan tage ot systematic lkstrnctio'i. fo. circulars ap ply (P.o unfeciry ot va.) to JOHW B. t: 'OK Prof Com, sod Wtat. Law WtVttiM.Y KvlI.wKzf, IU7 rir ft , . v . WKsblnvioai, O. ' BOARDING aud 1) iv School f ir Yung Ladies. Fullcorpaot pr if ssofa and icachers. Tnor ougb uiatriictiou 1-1 iu it jmatiual, literary aud ArtiiM(..itl ri.m.rtm -nt. and iu the laottuaa-a. Clinmte eipecUliy auitel to -'oumrn and Western nuDlla. Fall esiloii one-is Sep em u-.-2U u. ITor catai .guei apply to Misa Lipscomb, Piluc pal. UNIVERSITY UF fSISSISSlPPI, AT OXTlficlr. Kext Session Opont p'unli T 27, 18H3. TUIflOS FKEE IX) KVEKYBODY Bal J law Ma ieala PgS TO BOTH SKXKS ALIKE, -i t J Tiva cheaneat Luivereitv In this country. a if iii. riMnirtmDL-i are iu hUccesstul uperUou. Law. Lit-rary. leniiflj aud preparatory Du.-art-a..i. mind iii-ted aa b-jretnlore. For Catalogue, free, an-t informallon, apply to General A. P. .-iswaar, chancellor. HiciU indueetneuu b--ro to young me a and womeu-Poorana,.en...ze.M 8dluVaS Becremry Board ul Trustees. AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY giaimto.t, tlUblaiiA, ( Mary J. Balalwlia, Principal. OPKS4 8EPrKUBKH5rH-CL03K8JCSK, 1884. Uusurpaased la its location; in its bull-ll .U" ml emands: In its senersl son I, amenta ana sanitary ammgemenia; its full corps ol superiot i1 ttirjertenced Icachera: lw unnealel advant age ia aluaic. woda-ru Lauguagea, EUocurion. Fine ana m.vaical Culture and insinicUou iu tbe Theory and V acileeof Book-k-epuui; thesucceaa ful edurts made ui secure health, comfort andhsu ptnnsir. its opposition to ezuavagaune; lui stand ard ol solid scnolarsillp. For lull parUeutam ap- St. Panl A Omaha, '.C. 8t. Paul A O. pfd, 1W. Texas Pacific 84. "nion Pacific -1. D. 8. Express, eo W. St, L. A P., 26. W.St L4P. pfd, 4t?4. WellsAFargo's Ex.. 120. Western Dnion. 79a Homeatake, 16X Irou Sliver, 8. , Ontario. 25. Quicksilver, 6. Quicksilver pfd., 35 t-iouth Pacinc, . 8uuo, 20. tl. A SL J. pfd. 92. Harlem, 105. Houston A Texas, 63. Illinois Central, 130. U B. w., 27X. Karu-aa A Texts, 28. Lake Shore A West., 26. Lake Shore, tv,. Ixiuihville A Kaah., 49-,. L., N. A. A Chi., 45. Jlnr. A Cin. 1st pfd, 10. War. A Cin. 2d pfd, 5 Mem, . Charleston, 40. Michigan Ceulral, 87. ftliuu tat- J.., 23 Minn. A St L. pfd, 51. MlKsourl Pacific. M. tNo aales. JAakea. 1 raceac'.ious aggreg itcd 2h7,575 shares, as follows: s.OOO CanadaSoutbem. 58.000 Lackawanna. 50 i.-OO Deu. x Kio G , . 13,000 Erie, ti.OiiO Kausas A Texas. 1.000 Lake Shore. 0 000 Louis. A Nash . 10.O.0 Mich lean Central. 2U.UUI fa . v uenuai, lu.uoo r-ormern r-acinc. 10.000 St. Paul. 7,000 Texas Pad tic. 9.0-to union Pacinc, 20,000 Hetteru union, ,ouo Canadian Pacific, 10,000 N. Pacific prefd, 7.0HU Minn. A M.. 8,000 Oregon A Trans. New Orleans, July 18. Sinht exchange on JNew X rk, 1 per iuuu premium Htr tig exchaog: baukera' bills, 483i mi London, July 18. Consols, 99 11-16; ac touut, UWe; Illinois Ueotral, 160; Jrennsvl- v.-uia On ral.ayi: JNew lork U-otral. 1181 :i , 36h E 'if, seconds, 97,; Ksadi g, 29t Paris, July 18. Rentes. 78f. 85c TJI E CO r 1 ON H AKKETS. Tho local market opened an! closed quiet. Kales unimporlznt. (Jloung qnotaiioos Yesterday Tuesday Ornlnarv iy Good Ordinary... .... H Jw Midd-ing . 9 Middling 9V, (iood Middling 9T, Middling alr 10H r air - -. -num. -TTvnKaMidrillna-. SMc: eood middllns. 9o. stains (lnod ordinary, T4ic; low middling, 8Xc ini-l iiiMi !c. Htu.arrtla tAlllura Diaiaaanr. MZMPH1S, July 18, 1888. 8. 9- 9 iti! Nona. St ick September 1, 1882. ... 1,6.16 lleceived to-day , 72 deceived previously . 508,099 Shipped to-day 1,659 Snipped previously 492,559 uortit - ao xlouie consniaptlon to date .... 1,229 rttock, running account imtiona. Thus far this week Thus far last week..... Since September 1st . 509,806 495,992 13,884 621 28 ........ 508,1 1 . Memphis and Charleston Railroad ... liaaiMitppi aud reuoe see Killroai. Mi inpbis aud Little Bock hailroad. .. rteameis as.nis aud omc-r aoarces TotaL Thus tar this week.... Taua(aria;it weea since September lBt. . JUporu. 48 10 1,989 2.1-27 i; ..491,2 viemnhis and Charleston Railroad. louiaville and Nashville O. 8 Kailroad.. f teamers NorlU' ..Mm. 518 Ihe N'w York ":ut market opened nom . . , ,, , . 1.1 1 in i : at 12, dull soil east ; at . uuii auu vaej. tlosi.ig dull a-.id e.ay. tialea, 330 bales; con tract, oOO bales. U oeiog quotations were as follows: a 1 esterday OM!'iry..... 7 1-16 jr"iu.ai y....nM. .. w . -io 1 M;-,4iiIlg H HuMlif? 10 (loo-l Middling . .. lO3 MlddllUi! Kaar . U;a Ihe New York iulure market neutr; at ll:3l stead r; at 110, steady; at 12:30, aieail'; i 1 ;SU, ete.tdy ; nl iusv, steady, ,:-o i.ig s e-d.. a 1 les, 83,000 bale, tjicsiog uuolaiious were aa loll-"a BEA03TUFFS. Corn While and mixed 62c, from store. From levee or depot round lots iu bulk, shelled white. 55c: sicked. 58(a59c rXOTJRf Torn store extra, td 00; douoie extra, 4 25; triple extra, 0 ZD; lamiiy, $5 60; choice, t5 75; fancy, $6(2)6 25; extra lancy, ti Zoto 00; patents, (oj ou; rouna lots from levee or track 1015c cheaper. Cornmeal standard. Id from store; oc cheaper from mill, levee nd track. OAT8 Wuite, oac Irom store; mixed, from store: rejected, 46c Bound lots from levee, white, none; mixed, 43c -.rejected, 40c HAY Choice, Irom store, Wo; prime, 002: prairie, 35c; round lots from levee or depot, $2fn3 per ton cheaper. Bran prom store, J1S per ton; round lots, from levee, $14. Oatmxal In half barrels, S3 O0Q44 OU from store. Cracked Wheat In hall barrels, $4 00 5 Irom store. HOMINY AND URTTg from store, ou 4. . WRITC SKAN8 navy.ja ouuairont store; medium, $2 50. Stock Peas WhippoorwiJ 1,7 oc(o)fl ;(JUv $11 10; black and browo-eyed, 75cfavH; white, $1(41 i; rouna lots, luuyio per cent. cheaper. - Kice Lioumiana, common, Oi'alc: Caro lina, 6 J8c Buffalo. July 18 Wheat firm; No. 1 bsrd dull. $1 20s; buyeis offer $1 20. Cam dull, buyers and nellera apart, 57(o,56c. Oats nominal. Cincinnati, July 18. Flour firmer, hot not quotably higher. Woeat iu fair dmand; No. 2 red winter, $1 0tfl C'6J. Com weak er, 61s'S52o.' Oats quiet, 3636J-. . Rye firmer, 5&i'aobc LoutsviLLat, Juiy 18 Floor firm; fam ily, 4 60(5; lancv, $5 25(o5 75 Wneat firm;old Nft, 2 red, $11 03; new, 93c$l 02; Corn steady; N v 2 white, 53;; No. 2 tuixed, 51 Jc Oat quiet; mixed Western, 35c. New YoRK,JuIy 18. -Floor dull. Woeat cash Iota fi in. aud options l(a2- lower; un graded, 98cfJ. 15. Corn cash lots J ml ic lower, options opened l(alic lower, Closing firm; ungraded 49(ai58ju. ilice active end fi m; domrstio, 5J7ic i Nbw Orxjcaks, July 18. Flour quiet. Cjrn mixed 10 lair demand, bl,a)0s-.'; no snnulv of wbite aod ytllow. Oats easier, 44463 Curnmeal higher; fresh, $2 80 2 SO. xlay in lair dema-io; prime, quar er ba'es. $ "ftilSj choice, quarter auu hall, 19 20. Btcea;arce and firm; Liuisiana, oidi- aary to pf ,rn", 0(oc Dictroit. Jnlv 18. F'our auiet. $5(3io 60. Woeat steady; No. 1 white, Julv, SIOjJ; August, nominal; September, $1 09g; Us o ber,$l 104; the jejr, nominal; JNo. i red $1 01 bid; No. 2 white, 9oc Cora in lair demand: No. 2. cash, 541 j. Oits6rm;No.2 hlte, 31c bid; No. 2 red, 39; bid. I St. JLOC18. July 18. Flour a shade bitter fbr fancy. Wbeataciive and very uneettlt-d; ODened bieher and closed low-r: No. 2 red. SI 08i'll 19 casb, $1 Oa.1 UHr July, SI 08fal 10 auzost. 41 101ffil 121 Sep embr-r, $1 11, l 13i October, $1 13(al 15 November, $1 81 094 Ihe year, closiog iii inside quotations; No. 3 teJ, fl 00(tf $1 01). Corn lower and slow; 45jG4ljic rash.- 46o Julv.46ifai4hij AuaU't, 4ial472 September, 47 Jfaj4ic Ostoser, 41f(5;42io toe vear. closing at im-ide n'ic-s Oas cash and July belter, other op'iom lower; 34 Jc cash. 331c July. 6is Augua. 262c (be year. Eve higher, 49i49i. Bariey no market. Cornmeal fi mer, i2 60. ? Chicago. July 18. Hour quiet and on- changed. R-edlsr wheat uorettled and lower; $1 02J July, $1 03J August, tl 051 1 05 6- pitmber, $1 061 06J Octobfr, $1 07J November, $1 021 02J the yen So. 2 Chicago spring, $1 01j()l 02j; N 1 red winter.il 07. Corn sc-ivo bu' iuw-i 50-!cas!i and J-nv, 50,c Angus'. 504;ai50j ; H-i.umier. o0i(aa50rr03toer, 46s the year, Oats irregu'ar and fairly active; 3434ic oasb. 34H334c July. 28ia August, 2cbep temb-r. 27i(o283 OctoO.r, 27i(a,27ic Ihe vear. Bve ti m-tr. 56J'". Heoeints i" tour, i2uvu oris; wneat, jo,- 000 bu; co-n, 105,000 bo; oxts, 169,000 hu; rye, 8000 Su; birl-.y, 5a bu. S ipmtn's Hour. oOJO b Is: wuear, aauu 01; corn 164 000 bu; oais, 66,000 du; rye, 7t00 bu; biney, none. ing, $14 70fSil4 f5- Eailt ""a's beltter; long clear, 7.60c; r,b '70c; short clear, 8c Bacon lneri lonK 7fc; short rib, 8Jc; short 8(i8e. Lard nominal, 8?. New ORfcK3' Ju,7 18. Pork higher, $15 75,1S. Lwd tead.v; tierce, rc; keg, ilc. aik meas higher; shoulders, 7Jc Bacon demand active and higher; ehoul-d-rs, "ic; lg cIar and clear rib, 88c. 8ueir-cored hami in fair demand but" at lower ralr; choice canvagse 1, 1213c. ChjCAOOi July 18. Pork aiemsnd avctivea unseiid and lower; fc14 25(2-14 30 cash and JulT, $14 4W5 14 32 Augut7$14 50(14 52J pirmaer, $14 62114 65 October, $13 2-Xa) 13 30 tbe vear. Lard unsettled hot generally lower; 8 82j(a8 8-5; caah, July aod August, a-5 5,8 97ic Brptember,9.02Jc October, 8.57 J (di t0c the year. Bulk meats ia fair demand aud firmer; shoulder, 6 40.-; short rib, 7.65c; short ciear, 7.90c. But'er quiet; creameries, H(a,ZUc; dairy, IZo-lbc. QFtOCEMIS. 80OAR Pure white. 9ra,93c; yellow, 8 (u9c; open kettle, Stayjic; refined A, 91c; granulated, 9Jc; powdered, 10jc; cut loat lUic. Coffee Common, 9ta.9c; ordinary, 91 10c; fair, lOflOJc; prime Rio, 1 1(5,11 Jc; fancy, 13Jc; old government, 23 i25c molasses Louisiana, common to iair, 3240c; prime to choice, 45(5,50c; centri fugal. 6o(niOiic; syrup, 40(aoOc Canned Uoods. tic. rrtces per dozen: Pineapples, $1 401 75; peaches, 2-lbs, stan dard, $1 50vl 60; e-conds, $1 251 35; tomatoes, 2-!b', $1 101 25; 3-lba, $1 3lr 1 40; strawberries, $1 251 50; raspberries, il 15(or0; blackberries, $1 10(21 25; green gsges, f 1 00; pears, tl ou; plums, gi w; green corn. $l(til 00; green peas, voofiutl 5: cove oysters, full weight, 1 lb., SI 10(2)1 15; cove oysters, light weight, 2 lb., $1 85; cove s.ers, ligbt weight, I 10., o--(awtc: cove oys ters, light weight, 2 lb., 1 1(2)1 10; condenaed milk Crown, JO Zo; &agle, t(a3 Zo: Hwuu $6 25. Salt Per car-load. aU 35 per barrel: I oO 10 eacks; pockets, oieacoed, iaioic; coarse, $1 15. Soap 46c per pound. Baogino amd Ties Bagging, 10(Slljc, according to weight. Ties, arrow, $1 40(2) 1 45. New York, July 18. Coffee dull and easier; Kio, 7c. bugar nrm and fairly ac' iv ; rebned lower; extra C, VJ(ajc; while extra C,71(S7Jc; off A,88re; mold A, 8fc; standard A, 8Jc; cut loaf and brusned, 9jo; granulated, 8 1516r. New Orleans, July 18. Coffee steady with a fair demand; Bio, cargoes, common to prime, 7J10jo. riugar quiet but firm; common to gHul com -non, 6jia7c; fair to fully fair, 7(2)7; prime to cuoice, 7j.'28c; aellow clanhed, s-stc. Molaseea dull and nominal. HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES. Vegetables Onions, new, $2 50 '2)2 75 per barrel packed; buying looae at fa. Potatoes packed, $l(a)l 10; buying 50(al60c loose. Cabbage, 46c per head. Kraut, in barrels, $3(4; in half-barrels, $2. Gar lic. $1 per hundred. Fruits Oranges S'cily selling $4 50 per box. Lemons, $4 50(2)5 per box. Bananas, $1 50(2)3 per buocb. Cocoanots, $6 per hun dred. Peanuts Virginia, hand-picked, 10c; Tennessee red, 6c, white, 7c; roasted, 2Jc hither; shelled, 10c Almonds, 19(a)20c Texas pecans, ll(2)14c; Arkansas, 3(2)4c. English walnuts, 1416c Filberts,13c Bra zil nuts, 10r2)10tc Kaisins London layers, $3; Imperial, $4. Brandy cherries, $3 25(2) 8 50 per dozen. Apples New, $22 50 per barrel packed buying at $1(2)1 60 loose. Dried apples, 8J (2)9c per pound from store. Dried peaches, 4(2)5Jc from store. Cranberries, $16 per bar rel. Pickles, medium, barrel, $7 50; half barrel, $4; 1 pint jars, $1 25 per don; 1 quart jars, $1 75'3)2 per dozen. Cider Missouri, $8(2)8 50 per barrel, aod $4 50 per httlf-barrel ; Kentucky barrels $7 50. Yinegar 12j(2)16c per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit, No. 1,95c ; No. ?, 85c ; 15-1 bs, No. 3, 75c ; halt barrel, $4 75 (2)6. Wbite fish, No. 1, per half-barrel, $6. Poultry Chickeps, $2 60(2)5 25, accord ing to quality. Turkeys, $11(2)18. Ducks, $3 50(1. Eoaa-12:. Pigs' Feet In barrels, $3 509 ; half barrels, $4 25(214 50 ; kegs, $2 26. RIVEU NEWS. STEAMe3 l-EAWING. THIS DAY. Arkansas City. . ..KaTi AOAau, Cheek, 5 p.m. FRIDAY ASD SATURDAY. Friars Point Coahoa, Friday, i p.m. Osceola Daas ADaats, Friday, 5 n-m. Vicksbnrg Crrv Paovnacs, Friday, 10a.m. 8L Louis Aaxayaaa City, Friday, 10 am. Cincinnati Andy Back. Friday, 5 pjn. White River Josrx HaaaT. Batnrday, 5 p.a. MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE. Arraalt. Coahoma, Friara Point; Dean Adams, Osceola; John A.ecodd-r, St. Louis; U. P. Scbeock, Cincinnati. Departure. City of St. Louis, S'. Louia; Dean Adams, O'ceola; John A. 8c udder, New Or lean.; U. P. Schenck, New Orleane; Coahoma, Friaia Point. Hoalt in Port. Joaie Harry. Boat Due team Andy Baum. boat Due Up. Kate Adams and A rkan sas City. Keeelpta Tealeratay. U. P. 6chenck 600 bdla paper aod lot sundries. Dean Adams 5 bales cotton, 31 ska seed and 21 pkga sundries. Coahoma 1 bale cotton, 171 ska seed, 32 brls apples, 111 pkgs peaches and 89 pkgs eundri r. FUTURE MOVEMENTS. THE City of New O. leans is the Anchor Line packet Saturday for New Orleans, Tax Josie Barry, Capt. Milt R. Harry, is the Saturday packet for all points on While river. The Will Kyle, Capt. Lew Kales, is the next O.-Line packet due down lor New Or lean'. The Lee-Line packets tc-morrow evening are the Coahoma, for Frurs Point, and the Dean Adams, for Osceola. The Anchor-Line packets tc-morrow morn ing are tbe City of Providence, for Vicksburg, aod the Arkansas Ciiy, for St. Louis. The Andy Baum, Cap-. H. J. Vinton, will arrive to-day and leave again to-morrow evening at 6 o'clock for all points on the Ohio river as far-aa Cincinnati. Ribert W. McCoy his charge of her office. The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R. Cheek, is the United States mail packet, this eveoing at 5 o'clock, for Arkansas City and all way landings. E. W. Outlaw is her attentive clerk, aesialed by J. C. Wyckoff and Walker Outlaw. . NEWS. t y.s- Tuesday 7 1-16 8 5-16 lit u'2 op-ned Jauuury February-... March....., April.... Teste rdav 9.75-s) 9.76 9 86 w 9 87 9.97 a) 9 98 10 08S10.10 ... m ) 9 93aj 9 98 0) 9 99 9 9J 9.9J 9 74 4 9 75 9 66 A 1-67 9-6SA 9.69 Tuesday 9.73-9 9 74 9.84 H 9.S5 9.95 a) 9.97 10.07 S 10.08 9.924 9 9.1 9 91 9.97 988 0) 989 9.72 9.73 9.6H19 9.64 9.6a a) 9.M Mir Juue July . Ailuat October ... No-.euieer.... Deiiunoer..... Tne New Orleans spot market op n ddull; at l:30.dull, closing steady. Sale', 300 bales. Clo-ioi quotaiiona were as fqllows: Yasterdav Tuesday Onltnary 7 11-16 7 11-16 uool Ordinary. - v-10 o a-10 Low MiddUng., i-ie a-" allJdllus v -io -jo flood Middilna. 9 13-16 IS-' The New Orleaoa future market opened PRO. ISION3. BcniER Creaoierv, 26c; dairy, 22c; but- tenoe. 18 -: c unirv. lutmzuc Cheise f -iui nat-, lK4c; ajw lors iac- lory, 1(112. ; lu.i cream, 1'1 a. -- 15ft,16. Mia I'ORK i per oarrei: sugar curea hauta, packed, loj'ojlojc; breakfast bacon, 12aU3;: clear ribe!d.B,9C . hulk Pork Clear ide-, 8c; clear rib aid- s. B?: i-njllioere, re. Labu li.rce, vtc; ball barrels, a jc; kegs. 9ic; bucke', 10;; naif buckets, 10c; 10-lb tins, 10 Jc; 5-lb tins, lOjc; 3-lb tins, lie New York, July 18. Pork dull; new mtr, $15 75(il6. Lard atronger; prime team, 9 17.(a,9tC Cincinnati, July 18. Pork quiet, $15. Lard easier, 8c Balk meats eaeiii; -houl-dars. 61;: clear rib, 7i Bacon easier; should.r'. 7J:; clear rtb, 8S; dear, 9c Cutler du I: choice W.steru Reserve, loc; cioice Ontral Ohio, 12s. Louisville, July 18 Provisions active, firm and h guer. Polk new mess, $16 Bulk meats shoulders. 61c; clear rib, 8c? cear side. 81. Bacon boulders, 74c; clear rib,8c; Clear, 9c. Sugar cured hams, 13c Lard -hoice kettle-rendered 12c. St. Loots, July 18. Butter creamery, 19 (3,22s. .Eggs, 12(1 ZjC. rorK nigner; joo- WHISKY, ETC. Brandies Cognac, 15(2)16 ; peach, $2 60 3 50 ; apple, $2(2)3 60. Wines Imported port, $1 60(2)4 ; sherry, $1 55(2)4 ; champagne American extra dry, 910; Piper H'idsick, $2628; Mumm'e extra dry, $28(2)30; Pomerv Sec, $31 60(2) 33 50 ; W. Cliquo', $31 5033 50 ; claret, 5 759 per box ; Catawba, $6 5009. Whiskies Redistilled, 90o (a) $1 50 ; strsignt, i ou(a)4, according to age. Sr. L0CI8, July 18. Whisky steady, $1 14. ' Cincinnati, July 18. Whisky firm, $113. Baltimore, July 18. Whisky, $116$ 1 17. ... j Louisville, July 18 Whisky steady. $1 13. New Orleans, July 18. Whisky un changed. Chicago, July 18. Whisky steady and unchanged. PELTRIES, HIDES AND LEATHER. Hides.Etc No. 1 dry fiiat hides, 16c; No. 2 dry hides, 12J(2)13c ; salt hides, 10(2)12 Jc; Ho. 1 green salt bides, 5(u7fc ; sto. '& green salt hides, 6c; green hides, 66c Beewax prime yellow, 2830c; tallow, 7(2)7Jc; gin seng, per pound, $1 60. - Dierukina prime, 20(al33C - . . Candles -Frill weight, J5Jc. r eathers Prime, 40c Wool Tub washed, 25(a35c per pound anw.txb-d, 18(2)23; barry, 10(2,16c IjEather Uak sole, per pouihi, Awawcz hemlock; 2;(-itoOc: bsrness, 36 40; Bkirting 73(240c; French calf, $4060c p. r dozen; domestic call, t30(2)4-ic per dozen. HOUSE-BUILDING MATERIALS Bricks, lime and cement quiet at former prices. Framing-Lumber x ard prices Kong h, $15 per 1000 te-t; drssed, $30; yellow pine ooring, $2o; shingles, $3(2)4 60; lathing Poplar, $1 75; cr press, $2 per 1000 laths. ri.xi.ra prices lor extra lengths above 20 feet, Ljme and Cement Alabama lime, 0u(m 11 a barrel; leaoiwsee, 8o(i90c; Louisville cement, $1 70 (Jul 75 a barrel: Rosedale ce nient, $2 60 a barrel; atortland, $5; plaster 01 fans, iz 00. , 1 . i Nails i'3 3a per keg. HORSES AND MULES. The mule market is well supplied wilb all qualities. Tne horse market is dull. - Mules No 1 dray mulee,4 to 7 years old. 16 (o 16 bands, $200(2)250; 15 to 18,$150(j 185; 15 lo 154. $135(4150; 14 to 15, $100(2)125. Hordes Uood driving, ll2o(it)200: beavy draft, 150200; saddle homes, $125250; plugs, $40(1 5. Ps.TROL.EUM MARKETS. Coal-Oil Wholesale lots. 13c per gallon. Cleveland, July 18. Petroleum ,w- 110, 7c Pittsburg, July 18 Petroleum fairly active; United rertibcates irregular; closed at 100,; r-lined, V g(2) Jc, -fiiladelphia de livery. LIVESTOCK MARKET. . Recei p s of cat tie have been quite liberal the pad week; prices somewnat weaker than last quotations; maiket fairly supplied. Milch cjws very dull. Receipts of sheep and lambs rather light; good lambs in demand. Quotations: Corn fed Cattle choice 10 extra, none reoervttal. . Grass-Cattle Choice, 4J(2)4i!; good, 3j'r)4c; fair to medium, 2 23; commoa, 2ic - Sheep and lames Choice, per id., 4c; medium.S r3 ;comnion, per hesd,tl'-Sl 60; cuoice lambs, per lb, 56c; medium, p r head. $2 50 -iio. Cows and Calves Uiod milctioowa with voung calves, per head, $20,2)30; yearlings. $62)9. . . . 1 be above quotations are irom aotuai daily saiee. fcT. Louis, July is Motrs active ana higher; Yorkers, 5 755 80; inixid pick ing, $4 85(215 30; butchers and extra beavy, $5 40i5 85.' Receipts, 3900 headf ship- msuts, 2400 head. Cattle active end firm; gjed lo b;.t shipping, mcludiog exports, $0 305 90; common to iair, $4 7o(2)5 20; good lexiu-, t4u.4 oil; common, to u9 3 75. Receipts, 3000 bead. Chicago, July 18. Hog receipts, 9000 h.-aj; market active and 15(2)253 b'gtver; light, ia 611(36 15; mixed peeking, $5 0brtQ 6 40; heavy packing and shipping, $5 4Ka) 5 80. Cadle receipts, 6400 head; steady aud firm; exports, $5 80(2)6 10; good to choice Bhiiitjiu. $5 30(2i-5 65: common to fair, $4 6Qg5 10. BOILER SAKERS. OLD RELIABLE BOILER YARD. ROBT. LEWIS tfe CO., ;, COPPER SHEET ' IEO. WORKERS. Partlculax atteation elven to Repairing steam. noaa aoaaera. 3 Aslaawa aireel, wear river, M eawpble. RCSinKfl-a SI fiamwn fll mmmr Copper ana sneetiron Work, secoad-aand Boilers T no he-id. Chickasaw Iron Works GENERAL FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS. SIKAJIUOATS. rvjefwrwre uat Dealers 1st Kwclwew as Bailer. Hew as rehlleftwral, rwraw aaa raaaialltia Maeklaiery BBeriaalllea. We carry Ik Lav a; earl Btwek sf EwKlaee aaal dwelera la ae lastaal la tbe Hoalhweaa. - aTMae gar sfcetal Eatlaa C'lreta lar.VeW QTZAMIB MARK TWAIN w. p. Oi Hall, master: J. D Pnller, clerk, J mu nam ior utaaHHLS ana a k . . InM rUITDV . . , . , - . . . , ' - - - q . auAiai aa 9 o ciocx p.m.. nraner notice. bOB l.QLI&VILLc, ASD ClKCINNAll iphla aud Uhis Elver LOIJISVLLLE ASD Cl.Nt.IiTSA.TI- IfB FOR H. racket 4 a. ATI nLparnftr J. Vinton. ..master I R. W. McCoy mi Leaves as above FRIDAY -jrih For information im-iitii-v. rtn Ka. a. tA R. W. LIHHTBfRSE.. F.anl T. iet 7 Kimmt iX)R CAIRO AiaD ST. LOU18. ail. I.ala aatl Slew Orleaaa laekar t.lm a,-w. aa e rua I AittU AD ST. LOC18. ArkuiiMait iSrolauiki mutpr. vv aaa itmfH iurTiur iiuiiainr vkiua v jh.w ma, at 10 a.m. For tiftighi or p&aase apply to ViHALL, Pas Ant, AD STURM, Agent. SCH WARZENBERG, MAY & GO afAIVraCTCBEas M4LEM IM Stoves, Tinware, House-FurnishiDg Goods SOLE AGENTS FOB TUB IMPROVED ST EVEN 8 FILTER. IVo. 230 Main Street. - - Memphis, Tens. City, FOR VICKSBURG. si. axanin and at Orleaaas Aarraer Aiaie. U. ra. Mala FOK VlCaLoUUilci. Lity of Providence, Lenox tnaauir. Will leave Ivlevator Uuiidin Fuu.i j.... 2UUl, at IU a-m., lorlrlgnt or paaauage applj u t.. L. Ha - l.. ran, At. A J -lOiaM . ...ii L FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. Ul' fiAatslY a-ISK Memabla white aud alinee, stiver V. su wall faefc-i For Indian hay, ot. Cnariea, Olaiendou, Devalls BiUO, Lies Arc Augusta, Jackaouport, bearer, Baiesvilie, I'uwraaiau and Pocauoulas The nw ana e.egaiil passeuger ateamer aJ onie MJLurry, M. K. Harrv...maaU!r. Will leave Mempnis AY'fiBY SATURDAY at o'clock p m. , oottuectlng direct wttn tne new Black River United eta lea Mail racket, MILT HAalKY, lor Powuatau and Pocanoutaa, and witn tne Dally rcLuuuiMiniuwuiu upper nnite river. 1 nrouuli raues to ail points. Frignt couaiKuod to Milt Harry Line, atemphia ua ic-ijwic, win ue pruiiipiij lurwaruaiu. H. ei. Ll(j U 1BU UN K, Ageat, No. 7 Monroe street, Memtbis. FOR SI'. .PAUL. SL Louis and SL Paul Packet Co. llie Oalv Llae of late-Wueel faaaeacer PacMeleoa tbe I'pper aisalaalppl. ST. PAUL STEAMERS LEAVE 8T. .Tr" a. Louis every Monuay, Wednesday aaaaaaaaaaawai aud Hiiday at o'clock p.m. steamers leave su Louu dally, at 4 o'clock a.m.. w. ukuu.um, -fuiui,; Kill ftaillll For pavtaeuger aud ireigrat rales apply to Ua.SKV C. LOW a. Agent, Foot ot Jenerson Btreet, Memphis. ar UMBSalt, AAeleaiai a4 afriaur folaa. Lualiouia, --afi-- aianui Muter maaier 1 a. l. cnmnuua.n.uiia amiiiaJiiaj auove oh every reserving the rignito paas aU landings the captain way ueeiu unaaie. umce nc. a aaaaiiaon euewu JaMW i.K.K, Jr., Bupennten jeut. GENERAL EueiNass quiet. Receipts by river yesterday, 6 bales of cot ton aod 202 sacks of seed. The C.ty of St. Lotus cleared on tim terd.v morning (or IS'. Louis. Tbe 6. L. Wood, with a tow of empty bareee, passed up yesterday evening for tbe Uhio river. or. .Louis marines complain ot an in crease of business, especially in the Mirsouri aod upper Mississippi trades. A libel has been filed iu the United S ates Comm saioner's Court at Paducah against the Will S. Hays by a roustabout named Jeeee Let, for wages. The U. P. Schenck passed down yesterday morning or INew Orleans with a good trip. She pat off here 600 bandies of paper and a lolot sundries. The John A. Scudder passed down yester day morning ior INew Orleans with 1500 tons ot Ireight. She added here a lot ot miacel laneous freight.- Capt. James Rees arrived from Hot Springs by tbe Little Rick railway Tuesday night, and will be in the cilv a day or two enjoying old associations. Maj. John D. Adams is in the city in the interest of his Memphis and Arkansas City Jracket Lane. Ihe major prides himself on hsving the pretdeet and most elegantly fur nished packet, in the Kate Adams, afloat in aoy waters. She is tbe acknowledged queen ol tbe Dends. Capt. Ed Postal, has turned over the Hard Cash to the renovating artists, and will leave to-day for Pittsburg, to look after the construction of his new steamer, tbe Chicka saw, building for the Memphis and Woile riVtr trade. Capt. Postal will be absent week or more. Siqkal Service report : River 19 feet 10 inches rise 1 inch yesterday. The rise at Cairo waa 10 inches; at Davenport, 1 inch at .Nashville, 6 inches. Arkansas river is . 1 . c..u : . u a : 1. I1BIUK 1BU1UIT m 1UII DUIIIU. Willi X IllhU , . B .... .. n, . , ... rise at Little Rock. All other streams are I MempiliSOt WMl6niV8r f aCK8lU0 still on therdecline. I . , . , 1 aavaruaar HiieirBna aaeutpnis aatl CINCINNATI Commercial GojeUe, Tuesday:! Wnite River Pv ket For Ausnaua. Jackson nort. narry v. ntein, owing 10 111 nealtD, Has : oeanij.auu T roiais ineiteajujar inaepen. concluded to lav up the Charles Morgan IAS In r aaa nlrl annraviava FOR Oia.Uiv'LA. Vrl-Waeatiw u. aa. stall Paeau-For J dolpn, Fulton, Oacmilaand way i""i"gti Dean Auams, a nomas Foeier.maater at. v. romuuao u . . c.era via leave Meinpuis every MOmiA, WEDNAd- ua 1 anu w ki oak, at o p.m., reaeraring tne rignt to pass all landiila-s toe CADlaln mav deem nnaala. For informailou apply on board, or to lao. 4 Madi son si. Msiti mis. 1 a., Htipemiietident. KOR ArtKAiNbAts aJl'i'l. siiiplila anel Araaausaiaa Ulr Paeael Ce. Atuoa D. a. Mail Lane For Uelena, Friars Polni, Ouiiourdla, Terrene, Arkansas City aud its Una R. B The new Iassenger Steamer at. n. tiioea,.. .master a. n. vuuas.. .cibii Agaves evury HU.VUA1 and lUURdOAY. at p.m., reserving tbe right to paaa all landings the oapuuia luay ueeiu nnaaie. For uitoriuati'on apoivat No. 4 Madison ttreet. l-OS WdlJ K RIVKK. for the eeason. She goes to her old summer quarters, below the marine ways, this morn ing. Capt. Stein contemplates making a trip on the Korthero lakes in order to recuperate." Marine Journal: "One of the ships ad- vartiaad for sale by the United States govern ment is the New Orleans, which was com menced in the latter part of December, 1814, at Hackell's Harbor, ri. X. Work on her was prosecuted for 6 weeks, aod was stopped and never since resumed. She has lain there and rotted for the past 69 years. Oi course the is practically valueless, but it is sug gested that, as the is a subject of curiosity, drawing thousands of people annually, canes iigbt be made of her and sold as souvenirs. and greatlv to the profit of the purchaser, as she is appraised at but $200. She was to be of 4200 tons capacity," Persons who on spare but a day or two away from business, aud wbo would enjoy a Cleasant excursion these sultry limes, will are a splendid opportunity this eveoiog in tbe departure ot the splendid Kate Adams, making the round trip to Arkam-ai City aaal re'urD. Pessessing all the modern app'iances, including the incandescent electric lights, aid the hnest furnished state-rooms aft lai, the trip can be nothing else but a boaaLit of recreation. Her officers, Capt- Mark R Cheei in commaud, and E W. Outlaw, chief, and J. C. Wyckoff, assistant, in tbe omce. are noted for hospitality and posessea of rare attainments in the art of making people feel at home aboard the peerless Kate. RIVER AND WEATHER. Omca HieiiALBCBVicx, (7. 8. A., I MxatrHia, laNN.. July 18, 1883. I The folio wins: observations are taken at the tame moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all tne stations named: dent faciei X. C. fo.ii misitr l C afostL Will leave Memptil. EVERY WSdJ 9 p.-a. r ur iniono-uoD ftppi j to H. C. 1WK, A gem. Foot of Jefferson tutirK DAI, at t'Oh, ST. JaRAM lb KlViLU. Memphis and St. Francis River Mail Line The tine aide-wneel steamer KeneMaeready, -.C v. a., aopiin maaier, LEAVE-- MEMPHIS Every 'I a-e.ilav Etralat at S a'eloek. For Helena, Maiianna, Madison, Wituburg, Ty- rousa aiver. uie croasiuK 01 tne AAAsaa uii x RAILROAD, where connection is made wilb lizht ateamers (or Little River and the oUKK. LAI.D8 OF ARKANSAS. e reserve tne privilege of pass ing all landings wnen tne o moors A tne txS t deaim ll uusate to m ite ttietn. J. 1). RASUALL. Sup ELEVATOR COMfAJi I. aaxxuvxpaxa Grain and Package Elevator Co VaTILL DO A QKNCRaL RiCEIV1KQ. FOR- VV WASDiNe asd bTOHAOB RusiMBsa. Canroea of ftteamboaisand barges lOMUed or unloaded wita UBunu;ii. rreigua ueiivervu iu vaia ui ail sail- roaoa euterlug tne city. Ample storage room for oulk or sacked graiu, merenaudlMe, machinery. eic FreiKnt received and stored In elevator at owner a rit-lc unieaa ordered lusurod. R. H A LIw a Y. suwrlntendent. JOH3I MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. ' E. KA3IDLK A CO ....... PKOFKIETORS. DR. D. S. JOHNSONS PRIVATUM Medical Dispensary, No. IT Jeffenm SU iweea alala sat Fraasit, Blaaaaakala ESTABLISHED IS I860! DR. JOHKBON U ackctwledged by all partata laterested aa bv far Uie most eaaeeaarnl ok v. siclan la the treatment ol private or secret dlssaaas, Qulca, permanent cares guarantees tn every case, stale or female. Recent cues ot Ooaorrnee aaal Syphilis cured In a tear dara. without the ose oi mercury, chan-e of diet or Mndranee from esan aess. Secondary Hvphills, the last vestige eraall calen witaeot tne 1 K. SCHWAJtZKNBKRa. L P. MAT, Late of Oxanoe A May. J. H. 8CSWARZBSBJR. and eaoeaaive vrnery suffering from in'ialiiilkse aud loat of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular atteatloai paid to the Diseases of Women, and estreat anaranteed. Files and eld sores 1 oat the uae of oanstlc or the knile. AU Hons stncuy eonndenuai. Medicanes aaa! ay saw areas to ail pans tat ana ixmnirj, aer-Workingmen cored at half the 1 Ottos boors irom t o olock a.m. to t p av. i. a. HOD WIS. L. V. BCIiLISS J. R. GODWIN k CO. otton Factors, Com. Merchants AOfHSTS FOB IHK NTAR COTTOIV 36 front Street, Cor. Union, leuiuUl. TeiN- P.MCADBEN & CO. Grocers and Cotton Factors, So. 414: Main street, -' - Memphis, Tennessee. aarp. McCADDKN will give his personal attention to aU Ootten Oonsurned to tbe araa,'aa fa arenared ta make lberal ad ran - ea on aaaaa."Vsl Pratt Gin Comoanv 98 TO 104 POPLAR STREET, MEMPHIS, Haveataw;iB MtackAll1f aes af IhalrOelearaaeat REVOLTING HEAD COTTON GINS, tl elf-Feeders and Condensers, To which they call tbe attention of Planters ani Pnbllc Oinnera. The Revolving Head, onl loan! ta ths Pratt Gin. lathe greatest impruvement ever aAdad lo the Cotton Gin. 8end for Price List and CI t culara. or call and eae the Gin before buylut. Tney are prepared to repair Gins ln.the best manat and rromptly. nepairtn. fc.i:ii-n. earce, Suggs & Pettit HtIXOIKIAIa12 Grocers, Cotton Factors AN1 COHHISaHlOIV ItlERCIIAaVTS, 260 and 262 Front Street, Memphis, Teia J. T. ffarjcaaoBL J. A. Baiai. Ct'. Bel a. KA. Pamer. K. I Waartaa J. T. FARGASON & GO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. Cotton consigned to at will have oar careful attention. We carry at all times a well selected stock o Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigrs, Aad will Bell aa Lnw as Um Lnwaa" We hw ala aav aV Orlaaav eStea. DISPE!S1RT. rase ol aierenrv.- Lavoretitarv kna of semen stopped In a short tfntew 8frater patency or loss oc aexnai powers raesnsesi Irom a tor orln a few weeks. Viral ma of aalf-aca I.KSECT POWDER. A -v rat . MEDICATED STEAM Ca a. Vermin Destroyer PiSINFECTaAMT, 1EI UD I OKlallFUl ITtWCL Aa Rs aual i a, OKartai aBOStBonvaataatwotT . it ail aUaada. Thai apparatna (or gmwerarinf the atawan a) an ordhvarr narterv lama boklaaff hall a paot ef tbe Medicated fluid, wits A tot. at the op to direct the Medicated Sttaan upon any roir.t Mealed with inawcts. It Is heated with a imall spirit lamp tie nth tbe bolter. Fet Dwellings. Hoteta, aawatat Ships, Reataaarantt 4c, nothing erer JlsuiiaTti spals this ap pliance. . It la baarmsaw) to htasraan Ufct la ta txpenaive and simpae tat tt naw. - While a rr.oet potent meant for deatroyrnf Vermin h it the brst disiniectant known aod may U most eectnalrjr nsed to prevent the spread of contagious diseases, soch as Yellow Fewer, Scarlet Fever, Typbovd Fever, Dipthtwla, Small Pc, 4c. One trial at the best pfjol of roe gltat aatvanu-cesof this oarer all otaatl apociancea. Few aart Ivy Vxtsu and Qeat ral Deaam. 9 5 ' J. C SPENC rv Proprae), 1 &3S Waatinfrton Bt,, . T. LlXlt ASD TIMBER COMPAHT. MEMPHIS rate Co Ol.ct-278 Main SteHimphb; Capital Stock, : $l,000,0SO J. D. Btllburn, H. A. a. u. COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 302 AUU 3(M FRONT 8TKKKT. MbJU'HIN. Above Changes. stations, low water. Rise. Feet Inch Feet I Inch Cairo "5" 10 .... 10 Chattanooga 2 9 . Cincinnati.. 18 1 Davenport. 5 11 1 Dubuque.... 8 8 I Fort emllh. 9 2 8 4 Keokuk!', 5 ib n i'H' La Crosse.... 4 8 ..-.- Leavenworth 15 6 Little Rock.- 2 10 4 Louisville.... 7 8 Meinnlila, 19 ltt 1 Nashville ... 8 9 6 tNewOrleana - 2 8 Omaha ... 11 4 Pittsburg 6 6 . Bhreveport.. 11 6 BU Louis 2i 1 Bt Panl . 3 10 Vicksbnrg 87 10 Fall. ROYAL MAIL LINE To Hie Seiner landau , The First-Claas Steamships of this Line AH- 8TKKD AM. ROTTERDAM, MCHI HDAM, ZAAN- DAM, LKtEDAM, W.A. SCHOLTEN.P. CALAND, MAA8. carrvine the Tnited Btats Mall to the Netherlands, leave NKW YORK regularly every WlLNK-liAY, ior Kuiictuias ana aaniaa DAMalternatelv. Firat Cabin. r70;8econd Cabin. .t(i; steamge, $26; from Rotterdam and Amster dam, IM. H. CAZaliX, nea'l steal, No in South William street. se tors. UUiXS, RIFLES ETC. T.J. GRAHAM, SEWER PIPE. FIRE BRICK, TILES, CLAY CEMENT, LIME, PLASTER, BCILDIJie MATERIAL, TASES ASD DRAIN TILE, 43 and 45 Nouth Court tHtrect, cnmhla, Tenn. mIKRtjrOsU. n M ... , I t n a . ait naij! J . A.r7v, .i... Mnnianmarr. M. M. lanes. Loots Hananer, Brooke, tl. at. Keety. rrestaeut; ar lasmraa. Vine President: T. B. MUburn, Treasurer; F. W. Koyttet, aeoretary ; John T. Boms, (tenaral Aaeait, THIS OOMPANT WILL CONDDCT A 8KNRRAL Land Bualneaa In all the States, eelllng aad baying In large tracts, the recovery of lands fov Mtedlor tazea tn the different States, and labor for the eataaJlakaaeatl .f the t'ltj.1 Heat. BtailB aa the greet l eaisr of the laana ana na per interest oi tne aaiaaasappi vaiiar, auu wm eoa raceme nt of labor and capital frost abreast, C 11. at. MaaLr.Prsaldaal, w. w. TEA8T VOW DEB. INFALLIBLE Yeast Powder BWAwaWawaBaBaawaawaw THE ORIQIN-AX! Feet. a. j. vims a. J. A. BABTHABB. DEAST fe CARROLL Wholesale & Retail Paints & Painters' Supplies, Tyy- TT t.TT M JP TRIaEa-alabS Window Shades, Window Glass, Looking Glasses, Etc., No. 848 Msln;Btreat. t t IVJ esa-raaaataaaai. -m. aa.-. WEASfj if PERFECTLY PURE, and Is tbe Strontresr, Cheapest, and Most Healthful Bread Prep aration made. ?.?. rnr-et DIVIDEND KOTICES.- A. J. VIENNA & CO. IMPORTERS AKD DEALERS IN Guns, Kiiles, Ammunition AKD USHlXti TACKLE, THE LIVERMBRE FOUNDRY bbb bb aFKlCK HERN A I IK) IN8. (X) , a aar aa wjw a nil TTW r HP A T V. W "" '."JSiJ! All Af OMj.nu.mm savm nw" -.-- . v No. 345 Main 8 f reel, Hetatpkla. THT largest and best assortment In Mae The Tr.e sunnllarl t loweat w-"m l0-I6.-li-166-16S-170-17-171 Admti t., flerMpbl. Ten.1 GENERAL AGENTS FOR yaatkl Oeerla5 MoraeJ.wer, Daplex lBeel.ra. Barry's "iat. Ilaraainl Wrakl-lraa rsselai, t reat lac aaal Uraaaaeatal Irsa W.rfe. Braai taewata, Wr.ashl-Ir.ai rtp aaa riitiass. Below bench mark. t Below high water mark. ISM METEOROliOQIC'AL RECORD. UNDERTAKER. Time. Bar. Tber. Wind. i. Weather. 6:08 a.m. S0.2SO 71 N.E. Clear. 2:08 pm. 30 264 81 W. Fair. 10:08 p.m. 80.197 74 N.W. Clear. Maxima m temperature, 83. aunt COTTON-SEED. Cotton -ti a bd AlKai, l'rime, $13 per ton per car-load lota. - tajTroit seed una Crude, jo-(a)d)c per gallon, on rouuds lota of 100 to 500 brls. ttamjitr yetlow refined oil, 45c in car-load lots; Bommer wbite, ooc. Winter veltow, 52c; winter white. 54c amjrrhng to quantity. DKY GOODS. New York, July IS. Tbe demand for all claaees ol staple cottons, whether plain or col ored, is ior moderate assortments, though of some make deliveries are taking care ol good prodoe-ione. Ihe large r. quest con tinues favorable to antumn speciaiuea, and of flannels, blanket , dree goods, sackings, ail-eool ladie. eutuncs, prima and gine- hims, many moderate lo g od selections bare taken a large quantity. Woolen goods are in hetur request, anl through orders Ior re spectable duplicate aseoriments more bosi netas is being reached. nunam temneratuie, 70. Whebximo, July 18. Noon Kiver7 feet, ana fallinf. weatner partly ciouay ana pieasani. Cincinnati. Jnlv 18. Nizht Ktver 13 feet 6 inebes.and tailing. Weather clear and warm; thermometer, 73". no aepanares. Vicksriirg, July 18. Arrived: City of Helena, St. Loots, 7:30 p.m. Departed: Arkansas City, 8k Louis, 11 a-m.; Golden urown, new Or leans, s p.m. Pittsborg. July 18. Ioore Ktver 5 feet C lnehea. and lalline. Weather clondv and warm. NiKht River 5 feet 1 inch, ana tailing-, n earner clear and pleasant. . New Orleans. Jnlv 18. Arrived: Alice Han .nit tn. Tinia.ille. De Darted: Annie P. 811- ver, St. Louis. Tbe Golden Crown and City of Baton Rouge are botn dne. Evansville. July 18. Noon Eiver 12 6-10 feet, and riiine. Weather clear and cool thermometer tiS to 74. Niaht River 13 leet scant. aud rising. Weather clear and pUasaut; thermom eter TV. LOUIBV1I.I.E. Jnlv 18. Noon River fall lag. with 7 feet 7 inches in the canal and S feet 7 tticneain tne ennte on tne miia. nwaer cw hu1 nleasant. Business dull. Arrived: Golden Rule, New Or.eaua. Departed: Golden Rnle, Cin cinnati; Aeon and tow. New Orleans. CAIRO, Jaly 18 Noon R ve r 28 feet 8 lncaes, and rising, w eatner ciear ana eooi. rived : Andy Beam. Cincinnati, 6 a-m . Depa Andv Baum llimnhia 9 a.m. Autht Rll feet 10 iuchea, aad riwrtf . Weather clear ther mometer 71. Amved: Will 8. Hays, New Orleans, p.m. Departed: Will 8. Haya, CiudinaU, 7a.m. See Addaxmal Riser Xem ea Four Page-l MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Harbors, July 18. Arrived: Frisia, New York. London, Jo'y 18: Arrived oat: Br-ioe-land. The Queen and Holland, New York. New Orleans, Jaly 18. Cleared: Ch'l mette. New York. Arrived: State of New York, New York. New York, Joly 18 Arrived: Marengo, Hail: aeyihis, Liverpool; 8U Germain, Havre; Stale of Nevada, Glasgow. Brewttell Jt .'s Eatcl.es Bad da was 1 1 la. Rklsssr at Woeat E.Klaea, Deaae rateaaa Pa aaa a, L'ataaa Hloana raaaaM. t'raae Bratkaer. Bteaaaa PaiaaBW, SJeatrlfaKal Steaas F.natas, av v...iiCara aaal Wheat Mills. steody'a Haa-I, Hy.ra.Ile aaa airaa-r.wrr And Manufacturers of almost EVERYTHING In the awhlnery LIue. sr w Kll K ei IK II ii- i raa i r.n n is- A90BBW aTTKWABT, Ire Orloaaae. ASttlBlKve i. SB? .BBpaata. 3 Stewart, Gwvnnec5i Co Funeral Directors, No. 320 $atn tr&at Ssropms. Ordt.- by telegraph, prompt.) fan a ahtDr-"! .0. !. dlled, and eVholesstls Grocers, Cotton Factors; . ot .-.I PMfl f.trsaaat. MemPillai. TwBalwBaM I STEWART, BROTHERS & CO., I.W tiRI.FAK. MiUHIriAiA. PP1CS HERN Alt DO INB. CO., I - atBMraia, i bbb., jany v, ansa. At a meetter of the Board of Directors of this Compaay, held this day, tbe regular Benu- Annual Case Divtdeoa oi wis t r-w nimm. was declared UDon the Claapltatl Htnck, payable OB damand. J. 8. DCNSOOIIB. Becretary. DIVIDEND NOTICE. BfRBPHlM CITT t ire .asl taaaaral laaaraaea Caasaaaaiy, 1 Btadlaaa tre.t. MaaTinna, Ta bb., Jane to, lass. AT THE met tint; ol tbe Board of yiraeaoea held on the mn instant, a tlrMaat va () aiereeal. on the capital stork of tbe Company was deciarsd, to take eneei tnia aay. TbU dividend pays o(T the balanee dne on the stock notes, and the cashier waa mstrneted by tbe Board to cancel and return the store noma, aaa a sirs pnbllc notice that our capital ta now rail paid, and that tbe Company now solicit bust nasi i witn aeaahoapiuti el A Ataartav .t a Ball! asm Notlrea also hereby aivea to the Blockholdara to return tbe old eertiDoelea of stock, and to call at taeofnoe of the Company and receive new rail- paid eertieoaie in ueir aaan. uy araar aa Mas smiiu hi - w" - a. m. arr.wivi'i ' HiaiT J f.VBW 1'a.hler NEKVINE. SPECIFIC FBI Epilepsy, t Spamu, Convnl aiuraa, Polling grhiaB,Bt.Vftna Dance, A THOMS, 35. WITSaVIJUSTWT S& O-v? - WHULUItl I Jtlltaa aOrtLlHtB, ARTIST. HENHY JaEGERv FRESCO ARTIST, Su 30 fiaiew Street, Me-aphls. Private UiSDEKTAKESB. i()4 44IS THKET, T-EEPS on hand a fall stock of Collins, "a rial t Rohea, ttc uraera i. v. pnn j aoie Aawnta bm toe toUearina nrat-claaa lnstrnaaents! STEINWAY AND WEBER ft THE CREiTJjS tr''jn Bcrofala, Xtnf, 1WERVE1 pu I gly IflOB. l)iaaata, i)BSy FLAHERTY MiLTON ri-n wra ai MBA Bit At VTrita for Catalozne. Jtasv 155 Scll BAACH. St A MS. KB, T- WITEBABB aa. aaal StrlCBSaU Maaa. aaa a nisils.ruil'llll 1 WltilliU l.aneil a. may. aaaAUa As. awl a. bj, rtrstvu !. Jte Bm eomatissa. Xenou Wtaknem, Brain worry, f BlUoajauesa, tosrassasss, NetvonFroarBtan, iCittasw rroataas aaa rr-salonfaas. f LB fmwrl- Teasfmaalala. M -aamarttan henrlne is douis wonders. Dr. 1. O. MrLenviln. A liarxier City, AJa. "Ifeelltsavdnty to recommend R. Dr. D. P. LeugUIn, Z0 , ateoredwbers physician, failed. "feev. i. A. Edle, lieavar. Pa. SfCsllawasfssiK fvaelv ansnlll for imar- - - mmm. The Or-. A Kh-aas ttaa. Ca, tt. leeasat , Bald at all lwaeviata. (I7 PLt X Bl .Ota, loka A. .atil vaa. at. J. Ait. TT TVT 13 33 H- T A. I 317 and 318 Second St,Menpbis. AKTJLL ASSORTMENT OP HETAUC CASE KTSanH CASES always oa Band; aiaa Robes and ramming. . . . Orders by telegraph wtu.rBoetva ear preempt at teatton . All foods anippea hmj. J. W. X. BROWNE, PlAlJMREIle Wl.a.laa.laa. flrK4rW Cotton ITr-tOri ftw-flHt, W.lMsai. s.sr.nssa, ai aafanmiKftistri Marciiantt. I w..'ira ..,... ruia. nnn' pastel fOA LStnnl 2I FTomTiriltt TP11T1 wisv. aiua r.r r.-.i-c AtltS AllU tmXil aalUUI Ulea A4AWAaV WAAaWe m waaa. TXLEPHONI OEDERB TO BBOWSEa AM l-i j-,ubisk,b. . - . M aa . . a aaal I at asaaataaaaaa Bawa M I aia A Ma .Lt fU i 0. ftVatvIAfll nMm IVfaHWHW mm JTT , , MmVUnWfM OUIXi. etm.r.a. af Ut taae Prtncliaai lor eaiauogues.