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THE MEMPHIS DAILY VPEITHETJIISI)"'!, JULl' 2J6, 1883.
RAILWAY RECORD.
ARRIVAL4ND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS
CkeuH,nbl and Raat hwetrra-
Train more a follows: No. 2 (eiprmi leaves at
Bu,nimiuji:i) a.m.; .no. e tuoving
too accommodation) at 4:40 p.m No. 1 (express)
arrfvee at 2:25 a.m.; No. 7 arrlv 5- at 1:56 p.m.; No.
i Cpvlneton accommodation 20 a.m. (city time).
J and Ultl- Kock Tralm. more
'o'lowa: No. 1 leave iallyat4:40p.m.; arrive
m Pm-1 No- 8 1 UAVen at 5 a.m. ; ant vet at 7;05
v ! iKiKiit' .eave nopeueia at wnn.:
arrive at 6:2a p.m.
Iliile aad Haabvllle Trains more M
uiiuwa; ran mail arnv.rn naiiy at 4:40 a.m.;
lsarea at 11 :i5 p.m.; mall leave daily at 7:r,5
sruwnsvuie accommodation leaves aally,
xcept Sunday, at 4:56 D.m.: mall arrive dallv
V P-m- Brownsville accommodation arrives
wr, except eunoay, at:ia.m. tuny time.)
Meaapfai aad Ctaarlela Train more
as followa (city time): Throogb expreaa leaves
ujuit at maup.m. Man ana express leaves dally
at 7:80 a.m. Bomervlile accommodation leaves
daily, except Sunday, at 4:V p.m. Through ex
preaa am Tea dally at 11 :30 a.m. Mall and expren
arrirea dally at 0:20 p.m. Homerville accommo-
uiku urnvfn nauy, exr-ni Munoay, at a:txja.m.
i BV.Il.alppl aud Trmtrilfii 1'raiui more
as followa: New Orleans nisi; leaves daily al5 8o
D.m. ; ireigntHavesaaiiy.exe pt sundry, at 3:15
.u. jiew uneiui man arrives aally at ir.aO a m.
Wight arrive ilally, except S.iaday, at 12:30 p.m,
Freighl trains carry paaaeugora.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
r. A. V atji-hn, tbe lata outlier of the
-nericsn hiprm Company t the Indian'
u.,n ,JLuc, .uu wan a utiauuer, and waa
it io me northern penitentiary, hta been
ren the poi.il ioo ol table waiter at that ir
.olioD. The Sla'e Board of Equalizitio.-i, of In
diana, ba increased the lotsl valuation cf
railroad io ti:e Stale by etVeral million dol
"ra. A large rr reni. of the increase ii
os lo l he new lin-n which hare been bnilt
t hin Indiana'2 birder since the last assess
ed Was made.
,Thi railroaders of Cincinna'i haveorgan-
1 . -1 j : which bold weekly meeting.
o'ri. imSnce the name of represents-
li irotn ev rr d-Dsrtuient of rstlwav aer.
ioe,n ii tn'iuber ol the press who get op
the tuojt tnriiliOjC accounts of railway events
witb iheir li'.tie scissor.
AXOTBEB steam brake for lncomoiiveH til
patented laat week in which power ia applied
ta the brains by a s:eam cylinder open at
one end and closed at iheotbrr, and pro
Tided with a piston in one end of the chain
Which ac Date the brake. Wherefore, when
ateam ia admitted to the cylinder through
the strum porta at it closest end, the pisioo
will be projected and the brake tel.
Ho fab 30 passenger conductor on the
Union Pic tic eat of Cheyenne and 18 on toe
Uiah Northern branch have been bounced.
Tbe Omaha Bee rivea this theory o( the re
moval; Tbe latest itory i that the con
ductor and the "drnmmerV had formed a
gigantic scheme by whic.i they were to be
mutually benefited. Ai anyone know, the
commercial traveler rid: on 1000-mile
ticket a a general thin;, and it ia atated
that the plan h lo get one of tbtss ticket,
Da it a lime or two and . then keep it. on
hand, bat instead of having it punched out
by the conductor, to divy up with him, be
taking half fare and pocketing that and the
drummer saving the oihar balf. Th com
pany wa tbe party which would thuecome
out at the Ltiie en I ol the horn, and a the
aaleol 1000-mile ticke'a lei! off very raoidiy
they aooo ''amellfd a larje i:d rodent" and
finally ferrclfd him ou.
a. oanri.
To all who are auBerlng from tlt.j error and In
dlacretion of youth, neryou weakneaa, early d
Cay,lcof manhood, etc, 1 wlllaend a recipe that
will cure you, FKEK or CHARGE. Tola great
remedy waa discovered bv a mluionary In Sontb
America. Bend a elI-eddreFed envelope to tut
Bar. JosXfnT. Iwn, f-Vim D Yrtrk "Hly.
EDCCATIOJiAL.
ST. MARY'S SCHOOL
If. SfW Poplar ., Memptii, Tan.
A Select Boarding and Day School for Young La
dle and Children, under the chart; s of tbe bis tern
of St. Mary, of the EpUcopal Chura. Number of
day pu; !! limited tooae hunlred: boatdiur pn
pUft to twentr-tire. 8even tborouKhly qualified
lLaSt'nr.tnni. Tr?im RoArfl Liililort in Kitrllkh
Latin and Drawi'iff, and book, 3flU pr ntv-
awftl. mar ta t iuinrmilinn inn n
JIJS. YYAUU S SfiiUiaAi&I,
-ar-k wd - r a ra i v aiwiar r a-akw
The lancent school for Girls in tlio lonlb, and
moat complete in it ebolatli. Mnwlea. ri
and French advantage; io lta MsirissK0tnd
ataaltnlloa; moHt admirable in lta buildings
and location; In It active, proreaslve and non
aectarian Ideia; most able and eiperlenced In lta
teaching force, atf) pupils this year. a4 more than
VaMsr bad. Nai year. Nift. 1. For new
Calaloxne, address ik. v. K. WKI.
Union Female College,
oxromt, ntss.
25th Tear IH5'yt
PA. RENTS destrl n ir superior ad van taxes for their
daughters in one ot tus moht cultured com
munities aud b althiet UxAlttiei In the douth, at
vaav aaaaoiiASLB aATss, will Stmd for Catilognc
to i. a. HOWARD, Pres'L
UliOKUEToWS COII.i:K,
ncinrrH!i, HCHi t i iiT,
I Cincinnati Houth.ru R.K Located In tb(
bealthv and beautiful " Blue Grass" iddoi
ofKen
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loatruollon In all branches of a college education
Experienced Profeasors. Tbedegremot Btl.,A.H
aud A.M. conferred. Useful course for those wot
ean spend only oue or two years In college. Term
low for the advautasea offored. Vol catalojuej.
particulars, ad'lreaae-rly to
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BELLEVUE t-il&H SCHOOL,
; BLDritgDCOTIKCIlSU,
Tor Boys and Young af r-n. Prepares for Business,
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CECILIAH MALE COLLEGE.
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cii'Ji'itiic, ftil-irwn M. A. 4 . Ii., CeC'lian, Ky.
GEOaGETOW.M COLLEGE, D. C,
rounded U 17H9.
KkV JAJfRS A. UOOS AN, H J., PRlHinsNT.
AitUI,4III ssd ;! .HI t If 11' l I1UOL
o:wu on Thurndai, Hept 13. 1883 Board, tultiou,
etc.. 800 per infitim. For ikartlculars address
PaKHIOBKT liBJUBQKTOWt IOLI.ROB 11. C.
THt s'Ma. . 4IEl'4Jtt opens 01
Monday. ypt 4.1884. Tenos'for the full Conine
ol U tur.-s, 81'K) AddreKt J W 11. Lovbjot,
M.D., Dean. 900 1 !th HI., N.W., Washington, l. C.
THC Ml HO il, a. a opeusou rbursday.
Oct. 4, ltrl. Course ol atudlvs exlende 1 and re
arranged. Faculty: Hon at. T. Merrick, Ho .
Jere at. WiUin, Jur1g W. A. Kicllar Ison (U. B.
Court of CiHims), Mitrtin P Morris, LL. U. and J.
J. IHrllUKtoo, Ksq. V. W. HoprxAM, LL.D..
uVlean. Terms, t per annum. Ad dree Uam'l
. bathan, Kq , Hecraury, 1125 N. 1. Aveuue.
. Washington, u o.
i ay mis
Business and Classical School,
V. M, JOSli:, Piluelpal.
WITH the same corps of assistants will begin Its
third yearnnSil'TKMUria 10. 1883. at No.
d04 Mala sirrti. Boys prepared for either
Bnsinesa or College. Discipline strict snd Instruc
tion thoronsh, aud modem in methods. For par
ticulars and terms nddresa
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Xkatepcilonl X9Xez-'tiaa.9xa.'C
, OfTHB
USlVJ.IiNllY OF IiOUIMlANA,
ORilii.
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taught dally by the Pr ,f-.surs at thb bcdudb of
the s'ck In the w.rds of a large hospital, 'the
Charity Hospital contains 700 beds, and receive
annually more than Six Thousand Patients For
circular address T. -. RICH ARU.-ON, Ml), Dean.
Washington and Lee
USilViaiaa&lTy,
TN3TRCCTION In the usnal academto studies
1 and in me proiessionai scnmiia 01 law ana
Engineering. Location healthful: expeuses mod
erate. Next seMion opens Nept. seiitH. For cat
alogue address "Clerk of tbe t acuity "
44. w. J. I.Kt, lrealliaf.
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1 Full corps ol pr , lessors ua tea.'.ners. 1 nor
ough instruction lit mathematical, literary aaij
nrnameutal d'jmrttnatlt. and lu the languages.
t uimALu esDAciallv suitel to -l,utneru aud Western
pupils. Fall session one-is S.enitwr 20tli. For
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Next Seion Opens -pu iubcr 27, 18S3.
TUITION FREE TO EVERYBODY
ttat Lass !ln leals
PBS m Hum i.i."-
1 i-,.. . t liuivenuv 1" this country,
Utenry. " ieu ia and preparaiory Oujare
Catalogai-s, fre. sj i information, apply to
X a. p. bTBWABT, Chancellor.
1 iudtlceinellis n-re wj jwu"5
-poor and ilth a,.kc.M grjLLiVAN,
Secretary Bord ol f rnstecs
TA FEMALE SEMINARY
: -my J. iSAtdwitt, rrtttlpl,
ltt H B Ia R 51 h CLOSES JUSK, 1884,
.a na i.KTition: lu iu Duuaitikr-
geatftii pp iu luieui ion
-. f . ...r.. .x.m KLwiitis-n ffitiM
prm -u1 lutruciiou la lh
sul BMik-krepuuf; Uietuoc-er
ui. itiraVeW-vact; IU uua
aim
xl.allt
I : B-iaa saTTtaxa Wb
oiher-o-jaf
FINANCE AND TRADE.
FINANCE.
Money continues easy, with modtr ite de
mand and ne change of rate, which rale at 6
to 8 per cent, discount. Taxing-District
compromise bond are airong.
Clearings Balances
July 25th 1 70,114 77 f 14,371 49
mm far tnis week 251.370 15 49 33 50
ame time last weel 846,945 69 97,187 07
Same week laat year 144,064 48 23,107 60
Exchange on New York baying at par,
selling at J premium. Eutern cotton bill
buying at per cent, discount, selling at par;
and exchange on New Orleans discount
buying, and par selling.
Bank stock Bink of Commerce, 135 bid,
140 anted; First National, 113; German Na
tional, 200; Manhattan, 160170; Slate Na
tional, 128 bid, 130 asked; Union and Plant
er, 14o bid.
Insurance stocks Home, 80 offend ; Bluff
City, 100; People,-, 85; Planter, 115; Phoe
nix, 90; Memphis City, 100103; Hernando,
iuoinu; vandermii, ljjia.
iiailroad bond Ctteeaoeaxe. Uhio and
Southwestern tint mortgage, 95 asked; Mis
sissippi and Tennessee. 50: Memphis and
Charleston first mortgage bonds, 7s. 114;
do. second morlKaire bond. 7s (1885). 103:
do. consols, 1U4; Memphis and little Kock
brut mortgage bonds. 8. 88: Mississippi and
Tennessee coosoli-, A 123; do. B 108.
Miscellaneous laxing-Dietrict compro-
mil bonds, 64; Merchants' Storage and
Compress Company, new issue, 135; Meru
it, is Uas stock, 81'aS3; do. bonds, 100;
ilempbi Water Company, bonds with
accrued interest, par: do. stock, 130 bid:
Memphis City poods, old, 3435. com
promise bonds, 706u71; coupons., from
old bonds, 34; from com promise boads, 70;
ledger balances,! 6 judgment on coupons
and hoods, 34; paring indebtedness, 34; Shel
by county (Memphis and Ohio railroad) 6,
100; warrants, 95; Mississippi levee bonds
and coupons. District. No. 1, 10; do. scrip,
10; Bank af Tennessee notes, new issue, 65;
Crittenden county (Ark.) warrants, 65(5170;
Drtlia county, 60; Mississippi county ,6070.
By Telecraaa.
Nxw Yobk, July 25. Money easy at 2&
1 per cent.; closed offered 1J percent. Prime
mercantile paper, 44(US per cent, eterlios
exchange bankers' bill dull, 483: demand.
487. .
Bjnds Governmeuts firm. Railway ir
regular. S'.ale seenrities dull.
Shocks In early dealings at the Stock Ex
change the market waa strong and practi
cally higner. Denver and Bio Orande, how
ever, declined i J per cent, to 36J, and Wa-
bmb rhsres and Xionisville and Nashville
were also weak. Speculation during the
greater part of the day was dull and irrega-
but toward toe close a good bnyinz
movement set in, and tbe market gradually
advanced to tbe best figures of tbe day, which
were lo 1 percent, higher than last night's
closing quotations. The grangers, trunk
lines and Northern Jracine snares were most
prominent in the ad vane J. The undertone
of Ibe market was strong, partly owing to
tbe fact that passenger difficulties in tbe
truok line pool had been amicably arranged
and lo highly encouraging re porta in regard
io the corn cr.'p. Tbe rumor that Secretary
Folger would issue a call for bonds before
August lit also stimulated, purchasers. In
the BDtcialiiea Richmond and DauvilU rose 2
per cen. to 7 J, and Manitoba 1 to 106.
New Yoik Central loaned at 164, Jersey
Central fl. a'. Other aharea 12 per cent, for
carrying. Closing quotations were aa follows:
eovaaitautjm.
U. a. 8s. 103. 4a. 118-.
5. extended, 10L Paolnc lis ol 1895. U7.
, 112.
BOHDB.
a. r. nrsts, U'4. T. P. land granU, 69.
Krieaeoonas. an4 r. v. mo u. oit. 83.
t lbigli AWIIkd , 4 D. P. frnts, 112.
Louisiana consols, 23. (J. P. lnnd grants, 109.
Missouri be. iuu. u. r. sink. iuna. wa.
at. Josepb, 109 Vlrglnu 6s, 86.
n f a. v. nrsts, ia;i vs. con., ex-m. ssk.
Teun. (Is, old, 39. Vfc. consols pfd, 9.
leiia. s. new, 88
STOCKS.
adams Express, 83.
Mobile A Ohio, 14.
Morris A Kssex. 28
Nash. A Chat.. 53.
N. J. Central, 87.
N. B W. pfd, 39.
Northern Pacinc, 48.
North'n Pao. pfd, 88
Northwestern. 28.
Allegoeuy Central, 12,
Alton a Torre H.
70.
a.. 4 T. H. pfd, n.
Amerlcau Kxpreaa, 88
B , O. 8 & N ., 7.
C&nada Southern. 55.
Omlral PaciBo, 71
CueaapeakediOhlo, 17.
0. 40.. lutpld, 29.
C. s O. 21 pld, 20.
Chicago A Alton, 183.
C ib A. pfd, 140.
C, it. A 123.
Cti.. St L A N. O., 78
(J., t. L. & P., 14.
C. IU. h. A F. pfd., 48.
U., Han. & :., 39.
Northwestern, pfd, 46
New orx ceutral, lb.
Ohio Central, 8.
Ohio Mississippi, 82. '
Ohio AMlsa. pfd, 118
Ontario A Western, 24
Oregon Trans., 76.
Pacific Mall, 87.
Panama, 98.
P..D. SC. 17.
Pittsbnnr. 188
Dt-L Abua; - -
Pullmaul
tuPal Car. 180.
Del. A U1CC., 24
Reading. b'AL.
cover A Kio i.. il'A.
Kock lalana, 21.
o Zj. act. r.,-x.
8. L. A 8. F. Pfd, 50
St. L. A S. f. 1st pld, 92.
St. Paul. IV..
Erie, 87j." ' ' -
Kiiepia, va
Kdt I'ennessee. 8
East Tenn. pfd, 16.
in, n.juv. " ok. -
St. Paul pfd, 118.
Hannibal a bt. Joe. 40. Bt. P.. H. A M.. STi.
H. rtu J. pld. 93. Hu Paul a Omaha. 44.
Harlem, 193. 8t. Paul A U. pfd. 3.
Houston Texas, 65. Texas Pacific. m
Illinois Central, 32 Union Ptclflo, 934..
U B. a W., 27. U. a Express, 60.'
Kansas A Tex.s. 28. W. rtt, L. ft P., 25.
Lake Shore b West, 4b. W. Bt. LsF. plX,i.
Luae tihore,
freiiBixrarKO's ax.. 121.
Louisville A Nash.. 49.
Westem Union. 80.
III., M. A. t UQ1., 4U.
Homes u.ke.
MriJ. a i;in. let pro, iu.
Iron Silver, 8.
OnUrio, 25.
Qnicasllver, 7.
4uicksllver pfd., 35.
tlouth Pacinc,.
BUtro. 20.
Mitr. & an. 2d pfd, 6.
Mem. Charleston, 88.
Mlchlgau Central, 87.
Minn, m St. L., 23.
Minn. & St. L. pfd, 56.
Missouri Pacific,
two sales. jAsaea.
Iraiieactions aggregated 208.388 shares, aa
follows:
80,000 Lackawanna, 19.000 Bto Orande,
19,000 Louis, di Nafch., 14,000 N . Y. Central,
t 0 Nor hern Pacific, 10,000 RoadlnK.
7,000 St Paul. 7.0U0 Texas Pacific,
5,000 Union Pacinc 8.500 Western Union.
15,000 Oregon fc Trans. 20,000 North. Pan. pret
London, July 25.-4), 115; Pennsvlvania
Ceu ral, birj; iSsw lora Central, 119; iSrie,
3; Keadl
Paris, July 25. Rentes, 79L 2Jc.
THE C0 n0NlliKKETS.
Tho local m irket opened nnd closed firm.
No tales reported.
Yesterdty
Ordinary 7
liood ordinary. tr
lxvr iidaing............,
MiddlltiB 9
Good Middling 9 ,
Middling rir............. ...... iu?fc
Fair....... Nom.
Tinobs Middling;. SUc: mod middling. 90.
Stains (4ood ordinary, 7c ; low middllnx, 8c ;
middling, c
COTTON STATEMENT.
MxxrHts, July 25, 188.
Stock September 1, 1882...
. 1,0.15
jived to-day
deceived previously,
510,087
Shipped to-day. .. ..
Shipped previously.
nurnt .
dome consumption to date ...
Stock, running account....... .
Imporu.
i nns far tnia weex
Thus far laat week..mM...
Since September 1st M
Memphis and Charleston Railroad .
Ctiesapeake.Ohio and Southwestern Railroad
Hleameis M
Wakous and other aouroe . .
Total ....... 8
Bxooru.
fhus far this week 825
Thus tar last week ... 1,989
aiDi-e qeptemner m. ..-r........ w,w7
The New York spot market opeutd quiet;
st 12, Q iiel ; at 2, quiet, closing quiet, bales,
789 bales. Closing quotations were as io
lows:
Yeserday
Monday H
7 1-16
8 5-16
Ordinary .. 7 1-16
Good Ordinary . .... ... H 6-16
Low Miiidliuu 9
MiddUrg 10
............ ......A' IV
lO-
Oood MUdllug
lc
Middling fair..
11
Fair
The New York lutare market
oneod
steady; ai ll&O.esay; at 12:30 easy; at 1:35,
qui I; a'. 2:30, dosing steady, eteady. Sales,
o,(XHi bs lee. Closing quotation, were as
lullows;
Yesterday Monday
Jannary - 9 90a .9l 9.Sa 9.U0
rcbruary lUUissiDiK iuwi(9
March .lli.12aia.18 10.1010.12
April 1U. J! alO 25 10.20910.22
Mar ... a-
Jane .. (it tt-
July 10.02a110.iM 10 013iu.ua
aiuuii .uut! niuaa-
8eiitember 'O.iiS 1U 04 10 lUrtt-
October . .ss it . .o s.s
Sorener 9. -On 9 82 9 SO -
Oecwubcr 9 S2a 9.S3 S.Slifl 2
New York, July 2. Tue entno Pott
-v-: lhij und'r.aiuty as io actu it deli
e hh aa AuU'St c intrsctt im an uijf ivorsb e
ff.Cv to B' t ii ibe raiirktl iu cneck. At li e
Ihlr I cil ouiy lf'O biles of July were taken
st 10.030. a..d 100 b ties of Auguit also at
1003;. S u'roiO was i fl'-rfd at 1004
O nob-T'-ii 9 SV Novemor ars.oic, r
ber st 9 84:, Janu iry at 9.91c, F. brua y l
1000c, Much at 10 14c Putur. s cloted
slra-ty 4 points lover thau yesterday. Spot
coloi qiiet. Middling uplands remain
ai 10c, and sales were 500 bile for export.
289 io t-pin iers, and 200 sell on contracts.
Tue New Orleans spot market cioed dull;
ptij a unchanged. Sties, 250 halts. Ctoaiog
quotations were as follows
Yesterday Monday
Ordinary. 7 U-l 7 11-lti
liuod Ordinary 8 9-16 9-16
Low Middling 9 1-16 9 1-18
Middling. 9-l 9 9-16
Ui.d Miud.Ing. . 9 1S-16 9 1S-16
New OkLeahs. July 25. Cotton dull and
un .hv.ig d. Net receipts, 293 bales; gross
recrip's, 298 baler. Salts, 250 bilea. Stcck,
8.1 455 bales.
2:35 p.m. Cotton very doll; middling,
0 U-lfic Riles. 100 bales.
Futures doll. January, 9.529.53c; Feb
ruary, 9.639.64c; March, 9 74(9Jc; April,
Q85i.9Mi-!: Juiv. 9.55c. oominal: Aueus
Tuesday
7J4
Nom.
.508,419
.7.. 494,567
476
1,229 496,271
18,816
1SS
. ;... 52i
i ,, 108.452
8
1
19
i a4i(va.4c; Septembtr, &.52r9.5dcl Ucto-
ber, 9.459.46; November, 9.429.43c; De.
cember, 9.43(5,9.440. Sales, 9800 bale?.
daily nrujTnig.
"Mate of xqc-u. Price. Block
alaxket.
" DoU." " 2Sri "'" 916 "ii)Si
:0'14K'l - 9 5.3U9
"Quiet ..!"! . !7 i 5ta
Dull. 258 Wi 18.W5
Quiet. 9 J5.4H9
Quiet. 10 1K.379
Steady. 10 ,2M
lutl 51 10 5,057
Dull. 251 J 9 9.288
Galveston. .-
New Orleana!
Mobile. ..
Havannah
Charleston..
Wilmington.!
nonoia
Baltimore
Hew York
Boston.
Philadelphia
St. Louis......
Augosca.
The Liverpool spot market at noon was
quoted dull. Sales, 10,000 bales, ot wnrcb
8500 bates were American. Receipts, 4950
baits, of which 3500 were American.
At 12: Uplands, 5 7-161; Orleans, 5 9 161.
The Liverpool future market at noon was
quo ed quiet; Aogns'.-Srplember, 5 28-64d;
September-October, Ojtober-Novemher, 5 30
6id; Nvember-Daiber,5 29 64'.
At J :30: Bentemr-r October. 6 31 641: O:-
tobei-Novembr,5 29 641; Novemher-Decem-ber.
6 30 64-1; D'cember-Jaouarv, 5 31 64d;
Jannary February, 6 32-64d.-
At 2: October-jNovi-mri-r, 5 30-641.
At 4: AagURt S'ptemWr. 5 26-64d: No
vember-December, 5 28-64d ; D cembr-Jann-arv,
5 29 64d; February-March, 5-331.
Fa'.nrrs closed easy.
GENERAL TKAUE.
At the Merchants' Exchsnge business con-
tiuaesdull. The local qaotalions werea fol
lows! Meat4 and lard continue firm; flour
steady and unchanged ; cornmea firm; sugar
and coffee firm; molasses qnietjriee firm; nails
firm; hay very dull stricly choice good
demand, prime dull and nominal, prairie
neglected; corn i'.eadvj jats and bran dull;
apples quiet potatoes, cabsaga and oniona
quiet; stock peas dull and nominal; beans
steady; butter dull, little doing; cheese quiet ;
ebjekens abundant and unchanged; eggs
steady, fair demand; dried apples, good de
mand; dried peaches neglected; cotton seed
oils steady ; cotton seed meal quiet ; oraoges
and lemon quiet; cocoaouts steady; ba
nanas scarce. Other articles unchanged in
tone and price.
IMPORTS.
Three brls apples, 15 tcs bacon and ham
1000 bu corn, 5 pkgs cheese, 80 sk coffee, 25
hd cat le, 6 pkgs egga, 178 brla flour, 25 bd
bogs, 3 Cirs lumbri, 2o4 brls meal, 4 bd
horses anl mules, 11 sk oats, 4 brls onions.
6 cars bnlk pork, 20 brls sugar, 65 pkg to
bacco and 3U brla whisky.
EXPORTS.
Fifty- seven brls apples, 2 ril bagging, 55
tcs bacon and hams, 8sks bran, 1 pkg butler,
175 bu corn, 1 pkg cheese, 3d ska Co 8V. 102
bd cattle, 389 brls flour, 5 bd hogs, 42 bales
hay, 2 bdls ir n ties, dU pkga lard, 3 can
Inmber, 34 brla meal, 52 hd horses and
mules, 10 brls molasses, 55 kgs naila, 30 aka
oats, 2 brls onions, 7 sks peas, 69 brls pota
toes, 1 car bulk pork, l nnd sugar. 7s brls
agar, 56 pkgs tobacco and 38 brls whisky.
bEADSTUFFS.
Cob White and mixed 62c, from store.
From levee or depot round lots in bulk,
shelled white, 55c; sacked, 58o9c.
rXOUR from store -reztra, id 50; double
extra, $4 25; triple extra, to. 25; family,
$5 50; choice, 15 75; faocv, $S6 25; extra
fancy, $6 256 50; patents, I77 50; round
lots trom levee or track iUlo-ioc cheaper.
tJoBMMXAL Standard, ii Hi) from store; 6c
cheaper from mill, levee and track.
CUTS White, ooo from store; mixed, 49c
from store; rejected, 46c. Round lots from
levee, white, none; mix-d, 43c ; rejected, 40c
JJban Prom store, lis per ton; round
lots from levee, $14.
Oatmeal In halt barrels, $3 50f4 50
from store.
HAY Choice, from store, 90c; prime, 6oc:
prairie, 35c; round lots from levee or depot,
f 2(Ji3 per ton cheaper. :
Ukackbd. wheat In hill barrelp, 00
5 from store.
Hominy asd UKIT8 from Etore, is 50
4. '
Whits Brans Navy, f 2 75(3)3 from store;
medium, $2 60. ,
Stock Peas Whippoorwill,75c$l ;Clay
$11 10; black and brown-eyed, 75c(a)fl;
hue, 1(41 25; round lots, iumio per cent.
cheaper.
rtics Liouistaoa, common, oi'tgie: (Jaro-
lina,6j8c. . .- ,
Louisville, July 25. Flour quiet but
firm; higher grades, 66 50. Wheal quiet;
old, No 2 red winter, 41; new ll i3.
Corn steady; No. 2 white, S3c; No. 2 mixed,
52c
Cinojnkat f, J tfly 25. P lour uruiur; lam-
ily, $4 705; lancy, $5 255 75. Wheat
active and firm;. No. 2 red winter, $1 07
1 08, Oita dull, 35c. Rye irregular, 66
56ic .
8t. Louis, July 25. Flour unchanged.
Wheat higher, fainy active, $1 051 06;
casb, 106(f106; July, $1 051 06;
August, 1 Uf(3l vt; oeptemoer,l uajtoi
1 11; October, $1 11.
New York, July 25. Flour firm; super
fine Weelern and State, i33 90. Wheat
c teh, jlo, options, a higher and firm ;
ungraded red, 1 ul(ml 16. Uorn cash lots,
l2s and. options 12Jc higher and
ttroog; nograded, 61($bjc.
Toledo. 0 July 25. Wheat a ehade bet
ter, but dull; No. 2 red, cash or July, $1 11;
August, $1 11; Beptember, $1 13; October,
fl ,15 .November, tl 16; the er,$l 11;
No. 3 red, JI lOtful lot; rejected, S Jc. Uorn
dull; No. 2, canh or July, 53 ir; August,
bojo; . beptember, oiz; rejected, ouc; no
grade, 39o. Oi's quiet; No. 2,cas0,34c; Au
gust, 30c; September, 30(a,31c; the jear, 29
(a-oOJc.
Baltimore, July 25. Flour firm with a
good inquiry; Howard street and Western
uperfine, t3$,3 75; exlrs, t44 75; family,
D 2o($b. Wheat Wtseru niglisr, clos
ing easier; No. 2 win'er red, spot, 1 15
1 IdrAna""'i ''itai-16ii rVp tern ber,
$1 181 18; Ojtobr$1 2U($T207rir6-
veo.ber, 1 iljl.l za; JJeoinber, 11 il&
1 23i.: Coco Wretero dull; mixed, epo',
60'o)60jc; Augua',60(a61c; Srplember,C2(
62c; October. 62c bid. On very quitt
and lower; Wes'ern wni:e, 44(a)40o; mixed,
41(Jir44c. Rye dull and easy; new, 56; old,
63ro,65c.
Chicago, July 25. Flour firm but not
quotabiy higher. R'gulsr wheat moderately
acuve and higher; 1 UZJ juiv, i Uo(o
I 63 August. SI OOsOQl Uol rjrplember.
tl Ot(al 06 October, 1 08 f November,
tl VZ the year: rio. is cnirago spring,
$1 02jl 02; No. 2 red winter, 1 07.
Corn stronger and hielier; 52: cash and
July, 52o Augcs', 61j(o)51Jc September,
5lc October, 4t c the year. Oats quitt but
steady; 344(aS4ic caB, oifc joiy.zsjc Au
gust, 27c be pie moor, 27 c the year. Rye
quiet but firm, 56s. B r ey quiet; 762 bid
tor Beptember.
Receipts Flour, 6500 brls; wheat, 23,000
bu; com, 394,000 bu; oat, 133,000 bo; rye,
8500 bu; barley, 220!) bu. Shipments Flour,
5500 brla; wheat, oi.UOU bu; coru, too.uuu bu;
rye, 940 bu; bjrley, 455 bu.
PROVISIONS.
Butteb Creamery, 2o'ii; dairy, 22c; but-
terine, 18e; c unuv, 10(20s.
Cheesb PrimeHat-, jc; iNew lorn lac-
tory, 1012c; full cream, 1214c; X. A,
1516c.
MEsa fOBK J-lbOU per oarrei;angarcurea
hams, packed, 1313Jc; breakfast bicon,
12(yl3c; clear rib sid.s, 9j;c.
dULK jyoRK Clear tide-, Br; ciesr no
aideN 8Jc; rhoul tern, 7c
Labd l it roe, 9c: ball barrels, c; tegs,
SJc; buckets, 10c; balf buckets, 10:; 10-lb
tinOOJc; 5-lb tins, 10 Jc; 3-Ib tins, lie
New York, July 25. Pork atronger;
new miB', lo 8 j(aio. Ltia arm; prime
s eam, 91.
CmcaSHATt. July 25. Pork dull, $15 50.
Lvd firmer.87 Oi:. Bulk meatsqutei and firmer
shoulders, 6 jij clear rib, 7j :. Bicon slei dy ;
shoull-r', 7ic; clesr rib, 8 ; cleir, 9Jc.
Bnuer quiet ; choice Wretero Reserve, loc;
choice Ceutral Ohio, 12:.
Lodisville. July 25. Provisions 'e-
ii) and fur aud p-ioa higher. Pjrk new
m?,$15 75 B i k lues a shoulder', Gjc;
C(er rib, 7irr; clear siJei, Bico-i
shoulders 7ic; clear rib, 84 .-; cleir, 9c.
HiuissMrce and bt'iei; sugir cared, IHJ t
Lard, 12c.
Baltimore, July 25. Provisions qtii-i;
msee pork, ilb' 5'J Bulk me' shoulders
nd clear rib s d.-, p .ckrd, bihbic. is icon
sbou'dr', 8Jc;c eai rib s:d-s. 9jc. Hims,
14jaa Lud riboed. JUjfc. liutter
nan; w. -.... rt Sfailoc; creamery, 18
23i Egga quiet 16rail7c.
Chicago, July 25 Pork unsettled but
generally higbr-r; demand chieuy lor specu
lation; 14 lU(a)14 lo ca-TJ an'Uuiy, tl-t lit
(a!.1415 August. fl4 30uiil4 32J Bepiember,
tl4 4014 42J October, 13 a.13 05 tbe tear.
Lsra stetd, with a fair demaoa; yvtyai
9 loc iaab, July and Aigut, 9.171:a.9 iOc
ti piembcr, 9 20A9.223 Oc ob-r, 8.ti08ic
theje-ir. Bulk meata 10 fatrdemand; shoul
ders, 6 Jc; short rib, 7 80 :; short clear, 8.10c
Bu'ier quie'; creamerits, 17(a,20c; dairy, 12
rlbc .
, . . GrtUQfeMldS.
Sugar -Pure white. 9i'u9i ", yellow. Si
(5i9c: opo kettle, 808ic; rehoed A, 9Jc;
granulated, 9jc; powd-red, 10c; cut loaf
101c. .
Coffeb Common, wiAfl-; ordinary. v
10c; fair, 1010Jc; prime Rio, llta,llA-;
lancv. 13c: oi l eoverom-nt, 23 25a
Cajjnbo Goods, Etc. Prices per doaen: I
Pineapples 1 40(1 75; peaches, 2-lbs, aUn-1
dard. tl 60ai 60; second. SI 251 35;
tomatoes, 2-lb, 1 101 25; 3-lba, $1 30
1 40; strawberries, SI 2o jnl 50; raspbernes,
$1 15(50; blackberries, SI 101 25; green
gages, J150; pe, 1 0; P'o"", 0;
green corn, $1(1 50; green peas,90c(4il 25;
cove ovsters, full weight, 1 lb., tl 10(1 15;
cove oysters, light weight, 2 lb., 11 85; cove
waters, light weight, 1 16., 6570e; eove oye
tero, light weight, 2 lb, tll 10; condensed
milt Crown, 6 25; Eagle, $8S 25; Swiss
$8 25.
Molasses Louisiana, common o fair,
3240c; prime to choice, 4550c; centri
fugals, 35(at60c; syrup, 40(50c
6ALT Per car-load, SI 35 per barrel; SI 5w
in sacks; pockets, bleached, 27c; coarse,
$1 15.
Soap 46c per pound.
Baqoing and Ties Bagging, 10(311 c,
acco'dins to weight. Ties, arrow, SI 40
1 45.
Baltimore, Jof 25. Coffee very inactive;
B o, cargoes, ordinary to fair, 79c Sugar
firm; A soft, 8c I
New Yobk, July 25. Coffee dull. Sugar
stronge-; fair to good refiniC l1 "
6folj615-16c; refined sieadv; pomC?9i9
9c; granula'ed, 8f8 l5-16c. jjolaseea
quiet; Porto Rico, 29c.
HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES.
Vegetables Ooioo., new, $2 502 75
per barrel packed; bating loose at S2.
Pot aloes, packed, iKil 10; boyiog 50!o60c
loose. Cabbage. ACaJjc pet head. Kraut,
in barrels, $34; in half-barrels, $2. Gar
lic, tl per hundred.
Fbcits Oranges Sicily selling A 50 per
box. Lemons. (4 60(ai5 mi box. Bananas.
SI 60(5,3 per bunch. Cocoanota, $5 per hun
dred. Peanuts Virginia, band-picked, 10c;
Tennessee red, 6c, white, 7c; roasted, 2Jc
hkher; shelled, 10c Almond'. 19(a)20c
Texas pecans, lliaiHc ; Arkansas, 3(3)4c
English walnuts, 14(l6c Fiiberta,13c. Bra-
$3; Imperial, $4. Brandy cherries, S3 25
3 50 per doaea.
APPLCs Sew, SZ2 60 per barrel packed
buying at Sll 60 loose. Dried apples, 8)
(2iWc per pound Irom store. Uried peaches,
45c from store. Cranberries, SIS per bar
rel. Pickles, medium, barrel, $7 60; half-
barrel, $4; 1 pint jars, tl 25 per dozen; 1
quart jaia, SI 752 per doaen.
CIOIB Missouri, (aia ou per barrel, and
14 50 per fa aif-barrel ; Kentucky barrels $7 50.
Vinegar lz4lbc per gallon.
rial Mackerel, lU-ib Kit, jNo. 1, Hoc ; aa.
85c : 15-lbs. No. 3. 75c : halt-barrel. $4 75
6. . White fish, Nj. 1, per half-barrel, W.
xOCLTBY Chickens, 11(0)3, according to
quality. Turkeys, $111 8. Ducks, S3 50 4.
tJMi lVllc.
Pios' Feet la barrels, $3 50Q9 ; half-
barrels, S4 254 50 ; kegs, $2 25.
PELTRIES, HIDES AND LEATHER.
Hides,Etc No. 1 dry flint hides. 16c; No. 2
dry bides, 1213c ; salt hides, 1012c;
No. 1 green salt hides, 54(a7ic ; No. 2 green
aalt hides, 6c; green hides, 66c Beeswax
prims yellow, 2s(ad0c; tallow, 7(u7e: gin-
seng, per pound, $1 50. Deerskina prime,
25ril33c
Candles Full weight, 15c
Featbebs Prime, 40c
Wool lob-washed, 2535o per pound;
unwashed, 18(gz3; burry, 10(o)ltc
Leather Oak sole, per pound. 35(SV40c:
hemlock: 27(30c: harness. 36(4a0: skirting.
7340c; French calf, S4060c per doxeo.
domestic call, du46c per doaen.
WHISKY, ETC.
Brandies Cognac, $5(5)16 : peach. $2 50
3 50 ; apple, 23 50.
Wines Imported port, tl 60to4 : sherry.
SI 5o4; champagne American extra dry,
$910; Piper Heideick, S2628; Mumm's
extra dry, $2830; Pomery Sec, J31 60
33 60 ; W. Cliquoi, $31 5033 50 ; claret,
Si 75(a,9 per box ; Catawba, 6 509.
WBISKIES JKedistilled. Wa (4 il Ml :
alraight, $1 504, according to age.
HOUSE-BUILDINQ MATERIALS.
Bricks, lime and cement quiet at former
prices.
Framing-Lumber Yard prices Rough,
$15 per 1000 feet; dressed, $30; yellow pine
flooring, S25; shingles, $34 60; lathing
Poplar, SI 75; cypress, it per 1000 laths.
Extra pries for extra lengths above 20 feet.
Like and Cement Alabama lime, 95c
tl a barrel; Ten 8590c; Loansville
cemenl,$l 70 1 75 a barrel; Rosedale ce
ment, $2 50 a barrel; Portland, So; plaster of
Paris, $2 60.
Naiu $3 35 per keg.
HOR1ESAND MULES.
The null" market is well supplied with all
qualili'H. 1 oe horse market is dull,
. r ,t t i ,
iojjio luijj.ji.u.wwvuijiow.duiaiii), 1
HoRxra Liond drivin?. S125ial200: hear
draft, loOfai'iOO; saddle horses," J126250;
plugs, is4075.
PiTROt-fcUM MARKETS.
Coal-Oil Wholesale lots, 13c per gallon.
St. Louis, July 25. Whisky, $1 13.
Louisville, July 25. Whisky, $1 13.
Cincinnati, July 25. Whisky firm, tl 13.
New Orleans, July. 25 Whisky un
changed. Chicago, 'July 25. Whisky steady and
unchanged.
Baltimore, July 25. Whisky steady,
$1161H7.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Receipts of cal tie have been quite liberal the
pait week; prices somewhat weaker than last
quotations; market fairly supplied. Milch
cows very dull. - R ceipts of aheep and
lambs rather light; good lambs in demand.
Quotations:
Corn fed Cattle Choice lo extra, none
received.
Grass-Cattle Choic, 44c; good,
3 o4c; fair to medium, 23c; common,
2(0.
Sheep and Lambs Choice, per lb., 4c:
medium,3i'a)3jc;common,perhead,tl($l 60;
choice lambs, per lb., 56c; medium, p-r
bead, OUIiiS.
Cows and Calves Good milch co as with
ma- cjJvei per head. 20'5V30: Yearlioes.
fb-9. "
The ab.yye quotation are from actual
daily sales.
Chicago, July 25. Hogs slow and 10c
lower; light, $5 656. 25; mixed, packing,
io 10(a)5 b0; heavy, packing and shipping.
J5 60ta6; receipt?, 15,000 head. Cattle firm-
r; receip's, 6200 head.
COTTON-SEED.
Cotton-Seed Meal Prime, $18 per ton
per car-load lota. , '
CoTTON-bEED OILS Crude, 3U(a)3oo per
gallon, on rounds lots of 100 to 500 brla.
Summer yellow yenned oil, 4245c in car
load lots; summer white, 50c Winter yel
low, 52c; winter white, 54c, according to
quantity. "
dry goods-
New York, July 25. In examination cf
goods to be sold at auction the general mar
ket tor staple cottons nas Dsen neglected,
Witb ill markets of the companies repre
sented and a free interchange of opinions.
the outlook is very favorable to better prices
than waa impressed Monday. Por prints,
ginghams, drtss goods and other seasonable
specialties there haa has been considerable
bu doers, reached through the wants of 1
number of buyers present. Men's-wear wool
ens are doing better, and mere
quest for flannels and specialtiei
fe. 8. S.
" Haa been more destructive to human
health and life than war, pestilence and
famine combined." 80 said a distinguished
writer many years ago. and It is as true to
day ai then. The poor victim of Blood
Disease Is drugged with Mercury to cure
the malady, and then dosed with iodides to
cure him of the Mercurial Poisoning; but
instetd of any relief, the first breaks down
his general health and makes him a cripple,
and the other ruins his digestive organs.
To those afflicted in this way Swift's Spe
cific ia the greatest boon on earth, ana is
worth m ire than its weight in gold. It an
tidotes this Mercnrisl Poia in. tone np the
aystem. and brines the sufferer back to
health and happiness. Every 4 eraon who
bss ever been salivated ahonld by all
means take a thorough course of this
remedy.
JBrTBBSOKVUXB, Twigg Co.. Ga.
Five years ago 1 foand on my plantation
a colored man who waa badly diseased.
He stated that five 5 ears before he had con
tracted a violent case of Blood Poiton, and
ha-1 been treated by many physicians, all
failing to cure him. I treated him with
.Swift' Specific, and in a ahort time he was
Slid - - --TnttirtiipiiD
torn of the disease alnce.
D. M. HUGHES.
One gentleman who hsd been confined to
hi bed six weeks with Mercurial Rheuma
tism hss be-n cored entirely, and speaks in
the highest praise ot S. 8. 8.
CHILES k BEBRY.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
I1MO MEW AMD
Will be paid to any Chemist who will find,
on Analysis of 100 bottles 8. 8. 8., one paj
tide of Menmry, Iodide Potassium, or any
mineral substance.
THX BW1FT SPECIFIC CO,,
Drawer a. Avlajita, Qa.
arwrive for the Little Book, which will
be mailed bee.
Price Small sisa, 91 per bottle. Large
sire (holding double quantity), ai 7S per
bottle. AildragxistaaBUU.
mules 11 1 ury muies, 10 years 01a, 1 it tbe warmest be has experienced, and dur
WwWidia,uua50s15tol6,$150lin9the war he waa commanding -a boat
RIYER NEWS.
ST'EAMCRS LEAVING.
THIS DAY.
Arkansas City. .Eatb Adams. Cheek, s p.m.
ancinnatt., , ., -Golden Caown, Bhink 5
F BID AY AND SATURDAY.
Friars Point Coamoxa. Friday, 6 p.m.
Vickabnrg Asxmsts Crrr, Friday, 10a.m.
Oaceola . .. rtviw Adams, Friday, 5 p.m. ,
Be Louie .CrrrovPaovn)xscB,FrlrlAy,10 a m
Clndnnati Vurr Ssumaxb, Friday, 5 pjn.
White River JosibHabbt. Baturdaj, 5 p.m.
MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE.
Arrival. Coahom a, Friars Point; Dean
Adams, Osceola.
Departures. Coahoma, Friars Point; Dean
Adams, Osceola.
Baa m Art. Rene Hacready.
BoaU Due Down Vint Shinkle.
Bomto Due Up. Kale Adams and Golden
Crow.
Keeeloia Teslerslar.
Dean Adams 2 bales cotton and 24 sks
eed.
Coahoma 16 bales cotton, 85 pkgs fruit,
5 hd stock, 113 empty barrels and 19 pkgs
sundries.
Paris C. Brown 105 pkg atarcb, 105 bxs
axes, oa hi nair and an pkga merchuidue.
FUTURE MOVEMENTS.
Tha? t St. Louis, Capt. Dan Able, is
the Satm"4? packet for New Orleans.
The Lee-jline rackets to-morrow evening
are tbe Uoahoma, ror f ntn roioi, and the
Dean Adams, for OjcsoIs.
Thb Anchor-Line pseketB fo-morrow morc
iog arc the Arkansas City,lor Vicksburg, and
tbe City of Providence, for St. Louis.
The O.-Line packet GolJew Crown, Cap.
E. L. Sbinkle, will pass up tb evening at
5o'elofcfor Cairo, Lsuievilat, Cincinnati
and alt way points on the Onio- river, Chant
"V. Shiak a ia the office.
The Jseie Harry, Capl. MUt R. Harrv,
is the Saturday packet for all points o'n
White river, going through to Jacksooport
and making connections with other paekets
for upper White and Black rivers.
The Kate Adams, Capt. If ark B. Cheek,
ia the United States mail packet this even
ing at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all
way landings. E. W. Outlaw is her atten
tive clerk, aaaiated by J. C. Wycokff and
Walker Outlaw.
The Vint Shinkle, Capt. M. M. Deem,
will arrive to-day, and leaves again to-morrow
evening at 5 o'clock for all points on the
Ohio river as far a Cincinnati. Harry
Proctor is her clerk, assisted by Harry Best,
The Shinkle will give cheap rates to all
points North and East.
GENERAL NEWS.
Business was dull yesterday.
The Vint Shinkle will arrive from the
Ohio river to-day.
BxcEira by river yesterday, 18 balea of
cotton and 24 sicks of catton-eeed.
Thb City of Baton Eouge left for St.
Louis yesterday morning, taking' on a lot of
tundries. . -., . ,
Tsx only departures yesterday were the
Dean Adams, for Osceola, and the CoahotuA,
tor iriara roint.
George Kkzf, a government pilot at Plum
Paint, was in the city yesterday, but relumed
on the Dean Adams lBt night.
Steam boatmen are complaining greatly
of the exorbitant rates charged by ship
carpenters and caulkers at New Orleans.
Thsy claim that it costs twice as much to
have a boat repaired at New Orleans aa it
doea np West.
The wind handled the Rene Macready
pretty rough Tuesday night, but she wis all
right laat night. The Halliday also lost
her jacket all and electric light, but both
were recovered and replaced. Damages of
little consequence.
Sisnal Service report: River 20 feet 10
inches decline 6 inches yesterday. Tbe
changes elsewhere indicate falling waters,
excepting 3 inches rise at PitiBburg, and leas
than a foot at all points on the npper Mis
sissippi above St, Lcuia a decline of 11
inches being reported at the latter point.
The high-headed bride of the wave, Kate
Adams, will be in port this morning, from
Arksnsas City, and ready to return in the
evening. Persons desiring a thort rrst from
tbe wrestle with dull times and excitement
consequent from the conflagration and storm,
have an excellent opportunity in a round
trip on the Kate. Clever officers, square
meals, and a safe boat "both ways."
St. Louis Republican: "Capt, Evans says
, St. Louis ia the hottest and also the coldest
t uiace os erer visitea. Ana Dreaent weather
.. . .
which lay at tbe wharf here about the time
so many steamboats were baing destroyed by
fire. Ode night, when tbe thermometer read
22 below 1 to, the provost msrsoal ordered
that no fire be lighted on any boat in the
harbor, and Capt. Evans says, as he bad to
obay that order, he and his crew nesrly froae
to death." .
Chattanooga Democrat. Tuesday: "Tbe
delay in organizing the steamboat company
to carry on tbe lower river trade haa been
cansed by the illness of Mr. Van Dyke, who
wta chosen to draw np tbe charter. Tbe
committee have determined to employ other
counsel, and Ibe charter will be applied for
at once, so as to be ready lor the autumn
trade. The anxiety of our merchants for
snoh a boat increases daily. Aa soon as the
charter ia registered the stockholders will
corns together and organiaa as the 'Chatla-
nooira and Decatur Packet Company,' by tbe
election of the proper officers."
Cairo rou. Monday: "The Properly
Trustees find a very expensive job on their
nanua in stopping the undermining ol the
river bank back of town, where tbe new and
old levees join, but they perform it without
a murmur. Xhey have sunk nearly 14,000
bsgs of aand in the hole made by the boring
of the wate-, and now are making rapid
progress in preparing to put in mattress
work. (Japt. vole, a man who baa large ex
perience in this kind of work and river
improvement work generally, baa been se
cured, with hi fleet of boats, to do tbe jib.
tie t the contractor who nas been doing the
government work on Grand Chain, in the
Ohio. The mattress work will be applied
whenever needed below the point where the
government work ends."
RIVER AND WEATHER.
OmcB 81SNAL 8KBVICB, rj. 8. A., I
Maatrsia, XbhH.. July 25, 1883. I
The following observations are taken at the
same moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at all the stations
uamea:
Changea.
Above
low water.
Feet
Inch
Feet
Inch
Feet.
Inch
Cairo
Chattanooga
mucin nau.
Davenports. .
Dubnaue
10
Fort timllh ,
Helena.....
Keokuk...
La Crosse....
Leavenworth
Little Kock
Louisville...
Memphis.
Nashville...
t New Orleans
Omaha
Pittsburg
Hhreveport..
8L Louis.
St PauL
Vickabnrg
VBelowlkench mark.
t Below high water mark, lff.i.
MffTZOBOLOGICAL RECORD.
Time.
Wind. I
Weather.
W.
W.
H.W.
jClondy.
(Cloudy.
Clear.
Maximuos temperature, 84.
Minimum temperature, ua.
Rainfall, 0.22.
EvANgvILXE, July 25. Noon River
2-10 feet, and stationary. Weather clear and pleas
ant; tnermometer o
Cimciss An, July 25. Noon River 11 feet
2 inches, and fa ill a g. weather clear and cooler.
no amvaia or departures.
New Orlbabs, July 25. Arrived: City
Oi new uneana, i ixraia. uepartea: jonn A
Scudder, St. Louis; u. P. Schenck, Cincinnati.
Wheeling, July 25. Noon River 7 feel
a incnes. ana rising, w earner clear ana warm.
Night River V feet S Inches, and stationary,
w earner clear ana warm.
PlTTSBDftG, July 25. Noon River 4 feet
1 inch, and rising slowly. Weather clear and pleas
ant. Night River rising, with 4 feet 2 Inches by
the gauge... weather clear ana pleasant.
Cairo, July 25. Noon River 24 feet
inches, and faliinc. Weather cloudy and warm
Arrived: Central City. Memphis. 7 a.m. ; Vint
Shinkle. Cincinnati. 8 a.m. Departed: Central
City, St. Louis, 9 am.; Vint Shinkle, Memphis, 11
" fce Addiiiomat Hirer Nnm am fmrfk Page.
MlSCfcXLAXEOCH.
; D R. J. E. BLACK,
Ufllee-381 MtJa Street,
Once Boars 11 a.aa to 1 - 4 v sa &.
. eeaea aa the taatsslsaUarr ar
ia aTreeslaaaa'a Ssilags aa Trail
wwaay-
WASHDiaTOH, B. C, July 18, 18S3.
VTOTICK la hereby riven to the depositors and
i ether creditor of the Fraedman'i Saving
and Trust Company that a Snal dividend of seven
eveens. was declared in their favor on the 12th ot
ay last (making sixty-two per cent, in ail), and
ia now being paid at the office of the oommia-
I sinner of said eomnanv in this rltv
A 11 depositors w bo have not yet forwarded tneir
books for this dividend are requested to do so at
nee. Boas anonia oe accompanies, oy we au
dita of their owners and forwarded to the ' -Com-
mianoner of tbe Freed man's aavtnaa and Trust
(Inmunv. Waahinrton. D. I)."
I DS amount caumaiea uj net reqaueu w J
1 was aivsKsa ta 9 in,? i , wntcn rub ww.1
I S14.S-&OM has aireadv baen bald.
4UBS jai a Fira, ISIIBUII imiis
Bar. Ther.
30.008 7S
29987 88
29 993 80
BOILER MAKERS.
OLD RElIABLEJSOIlER YARD.
SOBT. LEWIS fc CO.,
7 ?5.C0PPIB SHEET-
. -V , ' Tt,iV WADTVDfl
- jLaw.l v s-.iMTa
ParticulAr attention given to Repairing
fa. Astaaaa alreel, aiear river, BVeaaakAUa.
BxnsBvcB. a 1 g SCO WD Stbbxt.
Copper and sheetiron Work. Second-hand Bo Ilea
always on hand.
STrJAJ BOATS.
OTKAMIR MARX TWAIN W. P.
Xz.1i r n ..11
will leara for DYEKSBCKd and all way land
tnea KVKBY MONDAY at 6 o'clock p.m.. naUt
nrther notice.
FOP LOCISVILLB AND CINCINNATI
Aeoiarra Itaaspwrtanea Usaw For Cairo,
1UC, AalUAf 1I1TJ sbUIU "171 III! sail ClawMJIlOst
Caroldeii Crown,
K. La. Shinkie Tnaatfr
Will leave THURdHAV, Jaly 76th, mi 6 p.nxT
tt , ur """rS ppij wd inrsi ni . or to
Measpbia aa Oblo Elver r aches a a.
FUR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI eiteamer
Vint Nhinkle,
at. M. Deem master Harry Proctor Clerk
Leaves aa above FRIDAY, July 27th, at t p.m.
For information inquire on board, or to
R.W. LlliHTBURNK.g. F.and T. Art., 7 Monroe.
FOR CAIRO AND bX LOUTS.
St. I.eala a ad Hew Vrtstaaa Aaebar Liar:
j. i. Mail FOR CAIRO AND ST. lyODla,.
oity of Providence,
Lenox. muter.
Will leave f. levator Bulldinc FBIDAY. Jtuy JT.Ol,
at 10 a.m. Fer freight or passage apply t
O. L. HsLI.. Passr. Ar. A U TORM. Snp't.
FOR VICKSBDRG.
ail. Lam. mmvt s,w Orleasia AVsieavar AUbm.
j.S. Mali FOB VHJWBOBtil.
JLrkaiias City,
Brolaakr master.
nm leave j!,ievatof isuncuas; xiuia.,. juty
27th, at lu a.m., For freight at passage apply w
L. L. Ha' i.. Pas. AEt. AD MtlKM. Hurt. -
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
The ht. Franeis Ki ver Tratasportatioa Co'a
VEBY LIGHT U. 8. MAIL alBAiUB
JUL) A. JLJb:, -j
O. K. Joplin master,
TXT 111 leave Memphis acvery s sieasiar Bvea.
v v
las; aa ft aJsica.
for all DOinta on- Sl.
rrancia Biver in place of the Bene Atacready,
J D. RANDALL. 8npt
FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS.
M I l.T HAKKY A.lf K-Hsnphls Walt
aud KlMcts Atlver V. St. stall Faeatei.
For Indian Bay, bu Charles, Claiendea, Devalla
Blulf, Des Arc Augusta, Jacksonport, Searcy,
Bates vll le, Powhatau aud Pinhnnlsi Thn new
and bieant passenger s learner
losie Harry,
M. B. Harry ..master.
Will leave Memphis It V KEY SATURDAY at (
o'clock p m. , connecting direct with the new Black
River United States Mall Packet, MILT HARKY,
for Powhatan aud Pocahontas, and with the Daily
Packets to Batesville and Upper White river.
Throuah rates to all points.
Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Kemphla
or Terrene, will he promptly forwarded.
B. W. L1UH1BUBNS. Agent,
yp. 7 Monroe street, Memphis.
FOR sr. PAUL.
St Louis and St Paul Packet Co.
Ibe Oaljr JLIae af bialvWkewl raaaeaajew
Aacttetaaa tbe t7paer JHsalsalpB- -
ST. PAUL 8TEAMBR9 LKAVK ST. ,
Louis every Mondar. Wednesdays
aud KrltlAV at 4 o'cloftk n m.
Steamer leave MU Louis daily, at i o'clock p.m.,
tor nauuioai, nincy ana Keoxux
For paMieiiger and freight ratos apply to
ULNKx C. LOWS, Agent,
ootjofeflersonBAreetiemrihia
LK& 1AM& STEAM Bite.
For Ulenitale, lieleaa aao ATraan Polaaai
Coalioina,
Marsh Miller. master I A. L. Cummiuaoicik
Will leave as above oa every -'
Mumia i. WDNSDaY and FBJDAi. at a D.m..
reserving the right to pass all landing the captain
may deem unsafe Oihce. xu. t Manison street.
j am st Lga, j a., Bupennten uent.
FOR OiCEuLA.
Vrl-Weeblj U. B. Mall Paeket-For Ban
aoipn, jrntton, tisceoia ana way
llean Adams,
Thomas Foster.. .master H. D. Tomllnaon . xierk
will leave aeinuMa every mumda i, watDriao
DAY and FRIDAY, at 6 p.m., raemng th right
to pass all landlnga the captain may deem unsafe.
For information apply on board, or to No. 4 Madi
son nt. JAMAH ivKE. I ., snnertnteudent.
kOt AraKAMSAb Cl'i l.
aten.piils and Arttaniuw City facfeet Ua,
aaaass wsl. AtaU I ino rnr JAoiena, jj-nana-oiait
Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and pine
Bind B. B The new Passenger Steamer
JL'ii A.l A.$MM9sJrZ
A. (meek toaster I K. W Outlaw cierk
ue.ivea every MONDAV and THUtuuaV, at 6
p.m., reserving the right to pas all landlnga the
captain may deem umiate.
for ;nisT!,it,on ap-ivat :io. 4 maa'on si reel.
f'OH WrJUE RIVER.
Memphis&WhiteRiver PacketCo
Bexalar
1 todewM4iit aMempliIti
wmte Biver tv
Bearer, atid V
dent rEcfeet
feet For AugattaV, Jftckaonport,
Joints me atteguiu1 iuaepeo-
. O. Postal master I C. Postal.
Will leave Memphis EVERY WAD."
..clerk
SAT, at
p.m. ror iniormauon apply to
tl. u. Willi Agent, root 01 Jefferson si,
ELEVAXOK COXFAJ,!.
. lVE32SJjkXF3SXiBI
Grain and Package Elevator Co.
TTT1LL DO A GKN&RAL BKCEIVINQ, FOB
YV WABOiNe and Stobasb Bdunbs. Canxjes
of steamboats and barges loaded or unloaded with
tispatch. freight neuverea in cars 01 ail rail
roads entering the city. Ample storage room for
bulk or sacked grain, merchandise, machinery,
etc Freight received and stored in elevator at
owner's rise unless ordered insured.
K. GALLOWAY. Mooorlntendent.
H0YAL L1AIL LI1IE
To the Netherlands.
The First-Class Steamehipa of this Line AM
STERDAM. ROTTERDAM, eCHISDAM, ZAAN
DAM, LEERDAM, W.A. 8CHOLTEN.P. C ALAND,
MA AS, carrying the United U La tea Mail to the
Netherlands, leave NEW YORK regularly every
WEDNESDAY, for ROTTERDAM and AMSTER
DAM alternately. First Cabin, $70; Second Cabin.
JSO; Steerage, 126; from Rotterdam and Amster
dam, J0. H.t'AZlCX, vs'IAti,
no. 27 9011th William street, w ew 1 ora.
PORTABLE FORGES.
Bvy ''J.1U uui
161 8. Jeffersoa SU, C Ucaro, HL
300 VARIETIES of SCALEl!
BestQuality at Lowest Priest,
2-Ton Wagon or rotton Scales, jit
3-Ton, tO. 4-Ton. 60a
Brass Beam and Beam Box Included.
700-lb. Cotton Beam & Frame, $45
PORTABLE FORGEr
A good r or- for Far at or Shop, $10.
All sJaes at half usual prices.
Blacksmith Tools of All Kindt
Hundreds of Spec laities at Low Prices.
a"Send Tor Circular and Price LisU"
6B6ILL aaoi, a , AS'Sts, -S.issSI,.
Iras.
FLliXBlSU,
J. A. BAILEY.
o. x atrr.
J. A. BAILEY & CO.
PLUMBERS,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
a aatisa a , ,
FCwPS, PIPES, HOSE, ETC,
29ft SeaMatal Stlt.Il)wjj)Vtwkall
r.liir.mn xp.nlfi Pn
umuuy u
rJJJJJJJJJga
Pratt Gin
8 TO 104
FOPLAR
KavSiWw:iaatMk:AIItlaea afllkelr-Celeantna
REVOLTING HEAD COTTON GINS,
Seli-Feeders
thTSltaSelUSS? P1"OT"-
I tha Gin hAfora k.,
" r. - r's
WOODRUFF LUMBER COMP'Y
aw WOODKCrr, Prealdeat.
""atnrpj ml aBal ireaJera im
Cypress, Poplar, Cottonwood, Walnut, Oak
Boors, Sash, Blinds, Moldings, and Building Material Generally.
SAW ASD PL AX 13. U MILLS,
lforth Front Street, near Gaa Worka.
O.a.Mversj Matnaicr. Mejmprils.. Tav.
mx&mi& Jotice
Vy"E HAVE ADMITTED CAPTAIN A. L. CDMMW3 ASB LOBEVZO BOLA..r TO AW IXTFRrvp
VV iaonrrooery, eotwa ractorage and General coxmijjg l..ZLVlZ?JZrJ?
AMOLB.
AV. .. COM IMS.
GEO. ARKTOLD fe CO
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
AND GENERAL COMMISSION. MERCHANTS,
.ttAVaX.KU.aJJ & LEVEE CONTRACTORS' strPaMTg b
ar emc -wt . . .
a -a KTom Mreet.
E!iI.H.Coover & Go.
- i
MAS UFAC1TBEK8 OF
Doors, Sash Blinds and Moldings
ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOWFRAMES,
Brackets, and Scroll-Work, Roif a and Dressed Laaaoer, Sigle8, Laths Etc.,
161 to 179 VasMngton St., Memphis, Tenn
Poplar Btreet Oar rarrv von to the
STRICTLY
St'.HLlDLFJELU, HANALlER.v CU.
856 AWJtt 2458 FRONT STREET,
latOCiRIES.
ON COMMhSION.
ft. T. PORTER.
TOMES
HA VINO pnrchased the entire Interest of Oolenel w. F Taylor In the Arms of Porter, Tavlor A Go
and Ford. Pjrter A Co.. we will eonUnne the WHOLB8A LB GROCERY AND COI-l-ON tr actor.
AGIBUfUNKsB at the old stand, 800 Pront street, nnder the firm name aud style of PORTER At MA.CRAB
We thank onr friends and patrons fort their liberal patronage in tbe past, and respectfully ask them
to continue their bnsinessaa heretofore without change, eicept to address their oommnnlcatlons to the
new firm. Const fnmenta of Cotton will have onr most careful personal attention, and liberal ad
vances will be made on same when desired. Respectfully. D. T. PORTER,
Memphis. Twin.. November la. 1888. . W. MACRAE
T.J. RAH AM,
SEWER PIPE. FIRE BRICK, TILES,
CLAY CEMENT,
BTJILD13U MATEKIAL,
43 and 45 Nouth Court
T jParajaaaa. jr. a. B siai.
(J. C
J. T FARGASON & CO
Wholesale Grocers
369 Front JStreet.
Cotton oonjngned to oa will have oar careful attention. We carry at all tamos a well selected stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars,
Aad will Bell aa Low a the Iawas
i. B. eoowui.
J.R.GODWIIM &C0
Cotton Factors,
AGENTS FOP THK
936 Front Street Cor.
at. Savlim.
. Jahas a. faaiiieaa.
ISM. J23TKJL rS& CO.
Wholeitale CrroceM, Cotton Faetora
Ai dComraission r8rchantt
232 and 234 Front
BsIbhb Aataaas
atr.l.. N. RAINKY devote his whole ttma a ta. VHaticbtnf and Sal wf all Oottea tntraated to onr
caarre. Cotton Warebonse. U6 Waahinrton street
Pearce, Suggs
WIIOIaESAaCaB
Grocers, Cotton Factors
260 and 262 Front
EA-RT &
Wholesale & Ketall Paints & Painters' Supplies,'
vxxr atC tt wtt a I?
Window Shades, Window
No. 846 ArXaalBa:
ItreeL
G. H.
lata Oaaana May,
Lata with
OZANNE, DENISON & CO.
. aAacratTOKaats or ti aw a a at aid dealcu is
STOVES, LACPS, OILS, REFRIGERATORS, WATER-COOLERS
HTK.BOXS8- CUTLJEaT. Kte. Roodjar. Ontfrinr and I" Work Dane to Ordar. -
Waal 251 1-2 XLtYJJT STIZXT MEMPHIS. TESN.
Co
mpanv.
STREET. MEMPHIS.
and Condensers,
PhbHe OInnera. The RarvlTln,
Head, onl foand la
- ptcjiKN uirapiyx tains ia tae sswa aaaaj
. T. ASM AH, Hcw'r bbmI Ti
and Ask
OKOBOB ARNOLD CO.
LOBMI9 lOLiBI.
; ; ; ; Memphis. Tenn.
Warknthomw. one sriTiare from the Mm-
WHOLESALE.
U. HIT. MACRAE.
HACMS.
LIME, PLASTER,
TASES ASD DRAIN TILE,
Ntreet, emnhiia, Tenn.
Heia.
St. A. f arker.
JC. av. Wasdss
and Cotton Factors
Memphis, Tenn.
w. h-nakMt'ssj atw oiaaa aeaaa.
h. O. 9L'1X1A8.
Com. Merchants,
NTll (OTIOJI lli,
TTmIop, Jtemphls, Tenn,
H. J. larfc
St, aeropliis, Tenn
aad JeSTeraoau
Street, Memiiiiis, Tenn
CARKOlilL
Glass, Looking Glasses, Etc,
a 3VXzxxBtlala. Vm
DKWIflON.
QKO. fl. FOX,
Lata wltA OrjiU oram. A Co
OrriU Bros. A Co.
fifettit
DISFEWSABT.
DR. D. S.JOHiJSON'S
PRIVATE;
Medical DispensaryJ
-ho. 17 TeaTenon St,
aaaveasi Biala aa ,, atawa
IEKTABLI8HEI) IJf I860!
Da JOHNSON Is arltnowledawd bv alt
Inters ted as by far the moat saseawfi
-.u,m pnnwwwsilWIUSlSSa
Qntck, peesBanaatearee guaranteed In sfwraus,
aale oneisal. Keren! Teases of Soaorrfcaa aad
Bypallla cored In a few days, witheat the asa oi
saereory. ehan. of dler. or hlndranea from asso
eas. secondary SyphlU. 'be laat vestige aradfl
eated withoot th use ol jaenrary. Uvolnnkanr
loss at semen (topped la a abort tlsaa. 8aOswra
from ImtyNeaoy or loss of aenal powers,. sa ,i I
totrs (rorin a few weeka. Vietiaa of salf-acwsa
J?ifi?d.w?r7-,n"'."inrr vaweaasorraaa
and-los of phruoal and aaental power, spasdi is
and permanently eared. Carbon tar aUaoOoa
paid to tha Dbmas of Woan ..ii
ruArantes)d. File, and old saras eared wrta.
oat the use of cans He or the knife. Ail risassiss
Uon strictly eonadentlal. Medietnea ssat av ao.
press to all pans of the oonntry,
ay worklngmen eared at half the aamal arlaaaf
aoora irasa a o'clock a.m. to t pav.
D. 8. JOHNiaoif,at.l.
GALTAMC SHIELD.
ARE
YOU
NERVOU
JiD LACK VITAL ENERGVT '
Xb. Uesnud OajvurieS-waM .
armasr esKatauaa .
9aaaaiaa-Mas appsa
Dor. tor N
. PmninAS, Btwi
iU.rJlso.o
1. of baa.A(.
tea am ot i
mm Ihmr ao dim asoa I
Mawolar.ruul uavalln
ratlra rnn i . -1 1 .
to saalltr-which I. Elortrlcltr-dralaW niaa Ills
tsra bvawoMS or ladlMratlona they thos in a usage!
war asma, th. Mtaa without draaslasr was sagrar
ach. Thar will ear, mrj mm ahort of .IrTwinml or
b
I
. mm - mr. preiHWM to mnuaataa aawa
UU'diUAc ana .a iOoi. cuuuf to npport oar OJaraMk.
.liutnMd faaaphUt Fismi ssat aoslod far As rials.'
taarltsdf iaw. eth ,.. Looia.ltatj.
8UMMEB BESOKTS.
Old PointmfortfV4
niGEIA UOTELi!
asasl Aeeaii.us lee Haatsa! Wanai.
lent Boating and Fiahlna;, and the Bathla law
neat on the Atlantic Coast. Terms leM for tha ao
oommoiiaLlonstrlren than any resort in tbaooaata-y,
UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT,
The Whit 8alphar Marian Hotel.
COTTAQB8 AND aasTAOaAaT, ,, .,
reeahrler Caaaly, West Vlvsjisiaa .
OaMia. Jaae lata. Tk Moat JlMawasal
Resort in the South. Climate cool and dallrhtfmli
watera wonderful In their therapeutic ewaota.
Terms, $3 fa) per day, ta per week, and 7 lew
H. f aOaaUa. Propria lor and 1
QRAB QRCHARD RPRIN68
Camberlaad MoaaUlng, Llaeela Co K
This faaaona snmmer resort, under new owner
ship and management, la now open for th seas s a.
Elegant building, superior table, beat Kpsom, Bal
phur and Chalybeate water in the world, asanas.
menu of all kinds, mnste, ball-room, etc , are tha
inducements offered visitors. Term reasonable
for wn"nfttlffna, Addresi
Sea. JAB. r. Boamaos, BlaButsraw,
Crafc Orehard r. Bay.
SOLItlEHRES0RT.
THE HOTEL AT HARDIN SPBI9QS,
ON ROOOH CKKEE, formerly owned by air. a
Bsnsbrongh, haa been thoroughly renovate 1 and
refurnished, and will be opened for the re asottoa
of (nests Jsss IStBt, Everything pert-1 ulna to
the Hotel will be nrat-eUss.
Tbe scenery Is grand and picturesque.
Flahinr ansnrpaased In ateatnoky.
Mineral properties of the water haa no eqna I
Hacks await every train at BIO CL1J1 1 to aaa
vey paaamtgen to tbe boteL
at. W. COLLINS, of Florida, Propriatar.
rtJSHjmo p oare narain npnn"e ay.
The GreU Dyapepada Water!
Tbe HreeU Kidney Water I
The OretU Prepa.y Water I
BAILEI HPBI9iG8!
Kvlareite, Altaratlre, laale, Taatelewa
rriHl LOVELIEST, OOOLERT, MOST CO If FOB.
X. table. Most Attractive Healtu and naanuo)
Beort in tba south. It la situated oa crotinl
nsuw uwu m iu uw nirruuntuoa owansry, ana
im iwu suauiw ran wmy lees soon tne i
water eonne. The Park I densely shaded by for
est tree aodded with green grass; lu walks of
gravel that never get muddy er dusty, and the
ground is beautifully undulating in the ahapa
of a Gigantic Horseshoe; a romantic walk
through virgin forest, beside natural eaa
oadeN that tumble over evei lasting locks,
leads, to SHOAL CREEK, on wboae lovely irai.
ace guests can float in annahine or In shade,
and in whose rapids trout and penih abound. Tha
hotel to large, oomfortable, shadr and weir far
niahud. A one ball-room la served with good asa.
vie, and teo-plaa, billiards, baths, and all availa.
ileamnaement are provided lor the guests.
For special Information apply to the Rastdwst
pnysician, ijja. at. a. auuui, For
Bjoaro, aaarass
l.i.ia a av, .
Hot and Warm Springs Hotel
jjaaVwUaoMa Osnqty,H. C
LAaaasT Bote) and most Delightful Besort ha
the Bon in. aientrio Halls la ovary room.
Excursion Tickets on sale at all principal poinu.
For Information address
"1UB WARM BPaUNOT COMPANT."
H. A. eUDQEB, Martager,
Warm Sorlnn Pastoflioa. N. C
P I I. Magi, of New Orlaana. Haaldant PasAliasai
ELECTRIC BELTS
rssnal, ar IA wf lil,iian, MM
SSMii.wy irailit, aris.,r.wslivryjwi
mm m aia, smsm
laiasilnt
Tha. 1
la,.
iMSUUr, tA mi Vlsw, aaarqity a Ut.
tiMaMissr.iilaew.aaawHa. T.-aaLrtuosigi,iisii
hiM. jMdmtnrtru, f.11 taiwmM w.rc.,CHCJXAA
KLttrraic sai.T co. m si. ". m.
liOTTEBT.
GrZlVa
f.ITTI.a". ITlTlwil)
tSOTfliS , -ox"av .
DECIDED BT
BUT Ala HAVANA JUrTTBY.
aasaar fair saawr Pits far VrtSM
WITH M ADDITIONAL rRIZga.
CLASS lit. . JUL! tl, 188.
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BCHCDDLa.
1 Capital Prias
1 Uapltal "-
laon
. 4.01
. 1J
. AJ
, 2.000
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ll.tra
1 Caallal Prise
a Prises of IMjO each.
10 Prises of Mi eaek.
100 Pnsss of at aaoh
lllrl Prise, df 10
wt ApproziaiataoDa ta 1st prise, 8 each, l.wio
fW Approwlmaranris to ad prise, JO eaca 1,B
14ia Prises, a isovs, bein tha tall anaaber
ta the Royal Havana, and
4a Additional Frtsas ol It each to the 4J
ttoket having a ondlag ssabsn
tbe two terra trial anil of the namber
drawlng ta aapital prise of 112,140 1,1M
S Prlsca, asaoTinUngIn U.S. Sold lo 444, 0B0
Tlrtlfls, ta. Halves, .
ALL PBIZJCa) PAID OH ratSBfUITATIOR.
Fit tiiloraaauoo and Tirketa. apply to aiiireaTY
COMPANY, Oeneral Agetita. 11 Broadway, IS r
Toik O-v. or E. Randolph sum, Chlrafo, 1IL,
W. a. Price, AT Booth Collage street, Sathvtlks,
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VIYIDEND HOTICE.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.
EirHISCITT
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Mavnua, Ta, Jone SO, lot
AT THE meeting of tbe Board of W raptor
held oa the iAth instant, a ellrMasMl mt
Mr a (a) par csai. aa toe eapital stock of th
Company was declared, to take eflast this day.
Tbia dividend pay off to balaao doe oa tbe
stock botes, and tbe eashler waa luatrnetad by th
Board lo cancel and return th stoca aoiaa. aad to
slv poblle no tare that oar capital la now fall
paid, and that the ( pan y now solktiu bnalneaa
wltn a eaah eapital of a ataarter af a a llllaa
aaotlr.
tiottoe is also hereby gives to the atorkaolder
to retore Ihe old eertlflcate of stock. aad toeall
at tbeafBof the Com pan r and reotiv new fail
paid eartlaeaiea ia their ead.
ii mr&cx of the Board of Director.
E. at. APPKRS-JN, Preaident.
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