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TELE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THUKSDAY, A.TJGTJST 33, 1883.
RAILWAY UEGORD. A RRIVALND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS tJae.apt-Ske. Oblo and BtmibwMl'r Trains more aa follows: No. i (i-xpres) leaves t:lua.m.; No. Ktmalljat :2ri a.m.: o.,oving. l.in accommodation) al a:u pan M. 1 (express) arrives at a.m.; No.7arrlv. at 1:55 p.m.; No. D, Covington accommodation n-" iw arrive at t: J1) p.io. , Laniaviile unit Naahvlll. Trains move at follows: Fat ma;! i-riv; i daily at 1:40 a.m.; leave at 11::S p.m , mall leavea dally at 1 51 a.m. Brownsville avjommodatiou leave, dtllv, except Sunday, at 4:.v p.m.; mail a-rtvoa dally at 4' at) p.m. iirownvllle anjommodaton arrives dally. esi-ept Sunday, at:.la.m. (City Jm.) Mempiila anst ( uarlMtloa Train move h' fallows (city tline): through ex pre learn diliy at u ::w p.m. Mall and express leaves daily at 7:io a.m. t'omcrviil. accommodation leavea d illy. tf ut Pmday, at i-.bipm. Through ex pissa arrive dally at 11 :Oa-m. Mall and ex pre h arri yea dally at :au p m. nomervllle accommo dation arnvca ilally. except Sunday, at e.:.aia-se. MlMlaNlgipl kriI Te-nnrens Tralua move an follows; fuw tani-an man leave dauy al 5:30 p m. ; freight l'-sves dally, exc-pt Sunday. att:l'j a m. New Orleans mall arrlvesdaliy at : io a.m. ; freight arrive daily, except rinuday, at li:Ju p.m. Freight tralua carry paaauugors. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Afevv davs since a ti urist wss riding from Omaha to Hioux City ovsr the Minneapolis and Omaha railway. Tit rotd-ueiU had suffered pome from rains and swollen streams, and scattered alocg the way were group of men repairing the damage by nil ng in with carlo. Toe swarthy features of many cf those thin employed attracted the attention of the pai-aeners, and siuae oue aked if they were not Indians, lie was told they were, "ilow comis it that they - working here an -cli-n handr? Why, they appear lo be struck 03 the work," ho replitd. ''They come and hio,' sronni I lie statioohouse acd insist on being hind whenever Ihire is any exlra work to be done, and every ean hat both Winnebago and Oaaibas in it. Thev seem lo think they are entitled lo thin em ployment." "Are they rfii :ient workmen.or do they sometime iry to shirk?" "You b-tier believe they woik jmt an good as any of 'em. Talk about the Chinee tec'.ion haniis on thi Uoion Pacific; they aie no where 'lungxide of them Indian. They'd soon eel bounced if Ihcv didn't do a full day. A It is they make aa much ax any of 'em." HOSTETTEB'S BITTERS. OSTEITE CELEBRATES HoHtetters Stomach Bittern, by increasing power, fcu-t ronUermtt'lbe physical faactlom reg ular and act We, keeis the vsta-m ia god work In,? ordwr, and pro lefts Itagafuist rttseae. For conuti patlon, dyspephit an l Jivt r complaint, nervous uew, klduey nnl rbeumtitic a'iaiei.U, it Is iuvai uable, and It atrrd a sure defeitso anini.t mala rial ferera, h ea r-rnoviug ali tract of aucn didwt from the ayktiu. Ft "a1 hy all dnigifintw and il1 r gererallT t. IS Hm been more destnictivo to human health, aud Utta than war, pontile..- aud famme coinbiiud." tfo said a diittiuKUiitied writer many years ago. aud It is ah true to day ai then. The poor victim of Blood L mease i drupn.i with Mercurr to cure tho nwlady, anl then domd witn Iodides to cur him of ih Mercurial Foisouing; but irmtead of any relief, the lif-t breaks down bis general httaltb and maoj htm a cripple, and the othT ruins tiU digestive organs. To thtiae atUictd In this way Uwfft's ripe cifio ia the g rentes t hc-on on earth, and is worth m ire i hau its weight In Kold. It aa tidotes this Mercurial Kui'--a. tones up the system, and brinn tho suif-jrer back to heaitb and happiiies. Krery icrsonwho hs eve; been salivated lion Id by all means take a thorough course of this remedy. JwrTKtsoHvrixe, Twls Co., Ga, Fire yenra ago 1 fonnd on my plantation a colored raw who was badly diseased. He stated that flvo yuan before he had con tracted a violent daa tj liluud Poifoxi, and had be-'U trenUd by ntiyBiiani.. all failing to cure him. I treated vfiiji --.vlft'sSpecitic, and In a short time be wu sound id well, and has not had a symp tom, of Ute aiMt4 slnre. 1, M. HDQHE9. One gentleman who had been confined to his ba six we;kH witn Mercurial Rheuma tism has bcin cured entirely, aud speaks lu tho highest prane of A. 8. H. GUILES & BKRRT, CbatUuoof;a, Tenn, ioo iteWiiKD Will be paid to any t -hcaiUt who will find, on Analysis of 100 bottles 9, S. 8., one par ticle cf Mercury, Iodide Potassium, or any mineral substance. TUB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO,, Drawer S, Atlanta, Oa. Write for the Little Book, which will be mailed free. Price Small size, SI per bottle. Large sise (holding double quantity), 91 73 per bol. All drntriritH pl it. YEAST i'OWDEK. INFALLIBLE TJt3J5 ORIGINAL! itsriTirifrJSsa rn PERFECTUY PURE, and is tho Strongest, Cheapest, and Most XlealtMt&l Bread Frep- TRUSTEE'S HLK. Trnhtt-es Sale UNDER and by virtua ol the provisions of a deed in tnist execuU-d to me, an truNtee, on the :ls. dy of leoember, 1&72 by Thomas and Iaioj Haydwell, an 1 reg-'stf red ia Bonk No. 9i, pi 4.. uf the county (-twister's ottice of Shelby couaty andbta'eof l eim ste; a d to secure to promi-ihory non of Ih-.-irs of raui dates, due iu twelve months from dais-one Palling forfCotj 21. payab'e to the ordt-r of thelion A rtlaaoo, and the otfter payable to th order of the Rutland Marble C'lmpany, railing for vuj 36, whish notes are unpaid, at tbe r quet of the beneficiaries and holders of said note?, i will, cu Nsiarriny, rifpirmhfr 2, in fmr.t of the court uimue, duriug Unal bourn, ell to the hiKhi'Ht I Mder, (or csti, the following rtcscribed tract of a. td, situated in the county of .Shelby and bt-i enf Tcunt-sset', and not far distant from thn Piito,irot road, betn lot No. temy three (23), iu the d;vUtu of tne farm ef F. IN. Owen, d ceased, survey el and plaite-1 by M. A. Kerr, aud conuiuiug Mxteen acre, more or 1cm, bounded on the w ut by Central avenue; on the nortn by Walnut avenue; and on the touth by Dunn avenue; and on .ha est by the lands oace an d to Mous-trrat. ikjihi; the property conveyed by Mil's and Martha a oen to Lucy Majdwell by deed dted May Ji-'ii. aud reKit-red iu Book M, pases HJK Kquity of redemption waived aud the title believed io be good, but 1 will sell aud convey as trustee ouly i B. JlTGINGTON, Trrstee. TrBtee Sale. UNDER and by vimi- of the terms and condi tion., u! a dtt i ut trut eio u-l aud dliv e rid to me bv Jmc a d Carol. tie B. lornell, to cure W. H. lio IU iu the ttnm of 1UJ0 aud in terest. rotr.led iu Bo'k No HI, pane 3, of tne Register's office of Shelby county, Tenn ; they'd luaehtedness not belu pid as btipuiatct, I will, Uu halardnjr, P-eplember 1, 1"H3, between tbe boars of 12 o'clock m and 1 o'clock p m .atthe courthouse door, in the city of Mem phis, near the M.uthwesl corner of Main and Pop lar btrvela. oiler for sile, at puo'lc outcry, aud teil to the highest bidder, lorta-h the following de acrioed real etuale. lo wi:: rleing lot No. 7 of orig inal lot No 217 of the city of Mviu j-liii, now kuonn as the Tiling DiiUirt," froutlttg twenty one feet, more or leas, ou Main street, aud running back, between parallel Hues, teven-v-four fwet and thre. inche-, ii mated on tbe eat Kide of Mam street, aud b-ing tie lot ou tue foutnrit.t rniuer ol me alley bt tween Adams aud Was iogum atre-is. and the iauin ennvcyed by C. B. .rhr4H; ier to Jam Cornetl bt nvl, re; rded in Rmk 127, ?aKelJ, of ibe R.-gii-UT a olft.-e of helty c .umy. be rights of lower hom stead and ail equity of redemption are expre-sty waived. The title is be lieved to be perfect, but 1 noli and convey as trus tee ouly, . K. D. JOKDa.N, Trustee. re. "lur 5 mX Yeast Pd -ts: i h I mm . El 5 21 FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. Money leu abuodaol, with growing de mand and rale advanced to 8 per cent discount. Tazing-Diilrict comproinixe bonds continue airong. Augant 221 TiiiiH far t)ia week... Same tine last wee baine week laat year. fTlearlnn ... Ml Ml 4 ... vi f Balances I 17, IM Mi 7i y.fi f.fi 71.474 :5 Exchange on 'ew York buying at par, ellinzatx tremiam. Eastern eoltoo billa buying at i per cent, diacoont, selling at par; and exchange on New Orleans diacoont buyin-', and par selling. Bank stocks Bank of Commerce, 13-5 bid, 140 asked; First National, 118; German Na tional, 200; Manhattan, 10170; Btate N'a tional, 128 bid, 130 asked; Union and Plant era. 145 bid. Insurance stocks Home, 80 offered; Bluff City, 100; Peoples, 8-5; Planters, 115; PLos nix, 90; Memphis City, 00"3103; Hernando, 105110; Vanderbilt, 2.S25. Kilroad bonds Chesapeake, Ohio and Sou ih western first mortgage, 95 asked; Mis sissippi and Tennessee, 60; Memphis and Charleston first mortgage bonds, 7s, 114; do. second mortgage bonds, 7s (1885). lO'.i; do. consols, 104; Memphis ana utile xiocx first mortgage bonds, 8s, 88; Mississippi and Tennessee consols, A 123; do. B 108. Miscellaneous Taxing-Diftricl compro mise bonds, 64; Merchants' Storage and Compress Company, new issue, 135; Mem phis Uv stock-, 8183; do. bonds, 100; Memphis "Water Company, bonds with accrued inlerest, par; do. stock, 130 bid; Memphis City bonds, old, 34(35; com promise bonds, 70(j71; coupons from old bonds, 34; from compromise bonds, 70; ledger balances, 34; judgmenu on coupons and bonds, 34; paving 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 of Tennessee votes, new issue, 65; Crittenden county (Ark.) warrants, 65(a70; Desha county, 60; Mississippi counly,60(a70. By Telecrapb. New York, August 22 Money market eay; 23 pr cent., closed at 2 per cent. Sterling exchange bankers' bills dull, 4S2J; demand, 480. lionds Governments lower for 3j and a fraction belter for 4: In railway bonds, Denver and Kio Grande western firsts broke lo 58, and Denver firsts to 103(5,104. State securities dull. S ocks The market again was almost en tirely in the hands of tbe bears, though on tbe whole they made no further progress to ward a lower general range in prices. Oaly nine stocks sold as low as the lowest prices yesterday, and a few of these sold a fraction lower than the lowest of yesterday. Oj Ihe other baud, the following stocks sold higher to-day than the highest prices yesterday, namely: Union Pacific, St. Paul, Pacific Mail, Missouri Pacific, Central Pacific, Lack awanna, Dsnvtr, Kansas and Texas, and Michigan Central. Tbe result ot the day's tradibg was a general decline of i lo 3 per cent., the latter in Northern Pacific pre ferred, lo 76, with on common, to 48s; 2'f on Orison and Transcontinental, 1 on Heading, ij on Jereey Central, 1 on Canada Sjuthtrn, 1 on Omaba, and a fraction on other stocks. Tne Eiening Poet says: '"On the whole, the buying and selling is of that artificial caarauler wnich does not affect the general holding of stock'. The Iradis are mainly of the kind which may bt ex'in guiehed to-morrow and have no permanent effect." Closing quotations were as follows: OOVXaMMBjrTB. 48, 119',. facittc us ot 1S95, 128. rj.H.Sa. W.i'4. 44&, 113. BONDS. T. P. land grants, b$!i. T. P. Bio 0. dlv.71. n. P. firsts. 112. ta P. f n.ts, 12J4 arie aeconaa, vs. LelilKUtWlUea..lM Louisiana consols, 05. Missouri s, 106. iit. Jusorh, ll 8t.P. aid. Carets, 1H. ; feuu. 6s. old, o'i. )0. P. lnd grants, 9 -U. P. sink, fund, 17V Virginia 6a, 36. Va. con., ex-m, 36. Va. consols pfd, 8. I tenn. os, new, hj. STOCKS. Adams Kxprcss. 1?A. Mobile Ohio, 12h$. Morris & Kssex. IZi Nash. 4 Chat.. 53. N, J. Cuitrai, mi. N. & W. pld, 83; , Northern Paclrlc, 40'. North'n Pac. pld. 7u. Northwestern, 22-,. Northwestern, pld, 40 New York Central, lei,1,. Ohio Central, 7. Ohio ti Mississippi, V.Y, Ohio h Mlsa. pld, 90. Allexnen J Central. 12, Altou x Terra U., CI. A. A T. U. bid, e7. Americau Kxpress, 83. IB., U. K S N., Si ltnada Southern. 5. Ontral Pacltlu, 6!r;i OUesaiieakei&Oliio, 15, 0'. kO., 1st pM, JS. 0. Ai O. 2.1 pld, 19. Chicago b Altou, 131. II. A A. pld, 1119. c, a. a 14., 1: Ontario a western,: zu. Ch St. L N. O.. 78)4. Oregon Trans.. n.i4. C. St. L. b P.. 12Vi Pacltlc Mail. 20. C. Bt. U P. pfd., 42. C, San. A C 08. U. A C Ix-L A Hud., 108 Dul. JLatx., 2.; a. Denver A Kio U 21'.,. Krle, -ix'i-Erie pld. 73;i. itast 'l euuesee, East Tenn. pld, Uii. Pauama, 98. P.,l. K,13. Pittsburg, 133 Pullman Pal Car, 127. Reading, 5u;8. Rock Island. 120. bt. L. & .-). K., 20. 6. U A a F. pfd. 45. St. L. & d. F. 1st pld, 88. St. Paul. W. rort ayne, 1.11. St. faul pfd, 118. Hannibal di St. Joe.SJK. St. P., M. tb M., '.;. H. A St. J. pfd, 99. St. Paul A Omaha, 397,. Harlem, 190. St. Paul O. pfd, 100. Houston A Texas, 58. Texas Pacific. 2T. . U'.Veuiral, 125. Union Pacific, 87i. ';B- w,-.f U. 8. Kxpreas, 59 k-ankas A iexs, 23,. w 8ti l. a P., 18. Use Shore A West.. 20X-tV. ol' A P. pld, 31. Lsae shore, 105. WellsJtFaru'B ax . 118. Umisviile Jt Nash., 4IJi- Western Union, 7C.,4 ) L., N. A. St Cbi., 50. HomesUke, 17. Mar. ib Ciu. 1st pfd, 10. tlroa Silver, , Mar. dtCin. 2.1 pfd. 5. Ontario. 29. Mein, A Charleston. 39. Quicksilver, 6. Michigan central. 83 K. Ulna. SL U. 22'... Quicksilver pfd., 83. t south P nolle, . Minn, di St. U pfd, 4S. butro, 2L Missouri racinc, vov,. 1 No sales. I Asked. Transactions aggregated 290,000 shares, as follows: 6,000 Cemral Pacific, 16,ot:0 Ueuver, 2:1,001) I.on'sv. A Nakhv, 4.000 Manitoba. 40.00J North. Pac. p.'d, 13.000 St. Paul, l.'i.ooo Union Psclflc, 35,000 Oregon St Traus, 31,000 Lackawanna, 11,000 Erie, 6.000 Lake Shore. 25,000 Northern 1'adflO, 7,000 Reading, 7,t00 Texas Psclflc, 7.OO0 Western Union. 4,000 Canadian Pacific, New Orleans, August 22 Sight ex change on New York il 50 per U000 pre mium. Sierlicg exchange bankers' bids, 48.IM83. London, August 22. Consels, money, 99 13-16; sccjunt, 100 11-16; 4Ji, 114; 4s, 122; Illinois Central, 1294; Pennsylvania Ceotral, 59J; New York Central, 119; Erie, 301; Reading, 27. Pari?, August 22. Rentes, 79f. 60c. TUB COTTON MIKKETiS. The local market opened and closed quiet and steady, with previous prices, main tained. No sales reported. Tbe quotations at tbe close remained unchanged from prices ruling at the close Monday evening: Yesterday Tuesday Ordinary.. 7& '1 Oood Ordinary... . 8'i Low Middling - . . 9' J ', Middling . 9-H ,i Good Middling 10 10 Middling Fair..... 10), my, Fair Nnm. Nom. Tinors Mlddllug. 8?-,c; good middling, 9c. Stains Good ordinary, 7;-.c; low middling, 0)3; inlddiliig, b'vs. COTTON STATEMENT. MIMTHI8, August 22, 1883. Stock September 1, 1882.. l,t.:if Keceived to-day 56 Received previously . 509,807 611,498 Shipped to-day S.:i shipied previously 499.C84 Burnt M HH. 475 Home consumption to date 1,503 501.401 Stock, running account 10.097 mparts. Thus tar this week 226 Thus far last week... ,.,, 'j:tl Ulutre SeptAiubur 1st .50q.iut Memphis and Chaileston Railroad 9 Mi.ki.svipi and Tennessee Railroad 2 LuiiifVille aud Nashville G. A. Railroad.... 1 Mt inpbisand Little Rock Railroad . . 5 Kteameia .. 29 Wagoua and other sources .. 10 TotaL....... .......... 56 Exports. Thus far this wrex. 681 Thus tar last week .. 1,031 Since September 1st ..M....MW499,423 Mississippi and Tennes.ee Railroad i Ch.aiHjaite,Ohio and South western Railroad 3C8 Total 339 Tbe New Yoikspol msrket opened steady; at 12:10, easier; at 2:15, quiet, closing quiet, wi-h the price-lilt unchanged from that ruling at the close the previous day. Sales, 60 bales. Cosing quotations: Yesterday Tnesday Ordinary .... 7 9-16 7 9-16 Good Ordinary...,..... ...... 8 13-16 8 13-16 Low Mntdling.. ... M &i Mlddlirir . 10'i 10s, Uood iliitlliog .UI 10 MiddlluK Fail li;.i 1114 Fair . 12 12 The New York future market opened steady; at 10:37, quiet and firm; at 11:51, quiet; at 1-2:42, dull; at 1:42, Heady; at 2:42, dull, closiDg steady. Sales, 66,003 bales. Closing quotations: Yesterday Tuesdav January ie.22-.ajl 0.23 10 17.1X10.18 February.... 10.34 910.35 lu .-j aii.i.so MarJh. .10 47 910.48 10 41 KlO 42 April 1U.M alO 1 10.52 0)10.53 May .. ...10 69H10.71 10.64 SI10.66 AuguslT. .'.'.'.'.'.'..'.Z!. ZlO O4l0.06 10 05 10 06 September... 10 0 s lo.OT j);o OS (A totK-r 10 06910.87 10.03 0)10 01 November 10 07 10 0 10 0141005 December , 10.12.od0.13 10.0T.aH0 08 The New Orleans spot market opened quiet at previous day's quotations; at 1:30, dull, c'osiug very dull, with prices uoctiaoged. Sa'es, 125 bales. Slock o. band, 57,071 bales. Closing quotations: Yesterday Tnesdav Ordinary 7 15-16 7 15-16 Gooil Ordinary ... 8 1:4-16 8 13-16 L-.w Midrtbug 5-16 9 5-16 Mul. Ill-is - 9-; V.', Il.-vl .Mid tllng, 10 1-16 10 i-16 The New Orleans future mirket opnd steady; at 1 1 rtj5, barely steady; at 12.-07, cull but steady; at 1:30, dull; at 2:05, steady, c osing quiet and steady at quotations. Sales, :e-libt of last 1 nesdar 9 9 bfi 9 '.1 y 10.11 HlO.IJ 10 a i.id. Vi.M bid. 10 4 bid. 10 Vj bid. '.') num. 9 4 9 lit i.t.t.ll a 9. til Jannary Feorusry March Aprll May ... Jaua. July - A air ml Bepteniber... . October . Noveinber lxjoeaioer 9 v 0 9 JO lOtKalOUl lu H.a:u 17 lo.:o :tt .lo.4j9;o.4;; ,.1U 41U.M, 10.6.ibld. nonitual. .... 9CI4 t.lii ( . 71 1 9 'I .... 9.77 9.7 9 ,-, 9 9 9.721 9.7. DAILY BCLI.FTINI Stau ol MarxeU Stoca 9.-'.10 57,071 3.U1 2.0-11 1.VT1T 15.019 11.79'. Galveston. New Orleans.. Mobile . HvanDah ... Charleston WllmlliKtou... Norfolk Baltimore New York. ...... Boston. r'boa'lelphla. Bt. Loula. August !W!Si1y. Very dull tj.-y. Iniil ej.net. (Jiet. Budy. H'i'a'ly. fillet. Steady, bull. Quiet. Stead r. KII7 a- ""to" 10 IS "in" 94 28 's 10', lo'i 10s lO'-i ia..7 f).8-0 5.9T7 5,293 Pay's recti nu. lvt 1M2.... laal ...i,.;7.J ...1.012 ...5,270 lsy'a receipts, lay's receipts. CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. 21,600 bales. We quote the prie call received, ss follows: Yesterday I This Last I i.ast I Week Woea.. Year. Kelpts 5 days 7r, B.S7-J e.xos Exports 10 Grtmt Britain 7.20: 7, 302 C.625 Exports to contiueat ... 1,1.!... 3 422 stis'Xsatall ports 251.19I1 274.6:10 136.9U2 " This j LsAt j Tear" Year. Year. Before. Receipts since .Sent. 1st.. 5.9.'i2,3l7 4,6.:2.053 5,771.006 Foreign exports Sept 1st 4,i.2rVJ 3..V20.6I4 4,512,622 Btoca at 0.3. ports 2-1.191 I06.9UJ1 22l.i-.Jl Increase In yecelpts.... I.:i2ij,,2'jli. I The Liverpool spot market at noon wss quoted moderate inqnirv, freely supplied, bales, 10,000 hales, of wbich 740O bales were American. Keceipts, JZ,1UU Dales, ot which 3400 bales were American. At 12:15; UpUnds, 531; Orleans, h I. The Liverpool future market at noon wss quoted flit; Augus'-Septembtr, 5 37 64d; September O'tober. 5 35 641; October-N'c-embr,534 Old; November-December, 5 33 Old; December-January, 5 34-tiU; Jsnuary Februsry, 5 37 641; April-May, 5 41-641. At 3: May June, 5 46-64. At 4: Autust-Septeruber, 5 3S-G4d; Sep tember October, 5 36 644; Oolober-Novem-ber, 5 35-64J; November-December, 5 34-64d; Jecember-January.o io-bl: february-Msrcb. 5 40-64 1. i'uturts closed stealy. GEXEUAL Tit AD K. At the Merchants' exchange business con tinues dull. The local quotations were as fol lows: Meats and lard continue firm and advancing; Sour firm and unchanged; corn meal quiet; sugar and coffee quiet; mo lasses dull; rics firm; nails firm; fish advancing; bagging advancing; hay quiet and firm strictly choice good demand, prima dull and nominal, prairie neglected; corn dull, weak and lower; oats steady; bran dull; apples quiet; potatoes quiet; cab bage noma grown exhausted; kraut nomi nalmarket bare, no new in yet; onions quiet; beans market bare; butter dull, little doiog; cbeew quiel; chickens quiet and UMhirjg-d; eg3 steady, good demand and light receipts; dried fruit market bare ap ples, good demand, dried p:ache4 neglect-d; cotton-seed oils steady; cottonseed meal quiet. Lemons advanced; peanuts scarce and higher. Mules scarce and nominal. Other articles unchanged in tone and price. .IMPORTS. Nineteen brls apples, 898 rlls bagging, 30 tci bacon and hams, 126 ska cotiee, 77 hd cattle, 10 pkgs egg', 102 brls flour, 495 bales hay, 320 pkgs lard, 6 cars lumber, SO brls meal, 40 hd horses and mules, tics kgii nails. 3 brls potatoes, 3 bbds sugar, 70 brls sugar, 106 hd sheep, Z94 pkgs tobacco and 17 brls whisky. EXPORTS. Four hundred and thirty-six rlls bagging. 102 tcs bacon and hums, 5 sks bran, 1 brl beans, 3 pkgs butter, 10) bu corn, 2 pkgs cheese, 76 sks coffee, 1 pkg egg, 700 brls Hour, 2,4 bales bay, lUio bdls iron ties, 43 pkgs I'rd, 65 brls meal, 3 hd horsrs and mules, 7 brls molasses, 169 kg naiis, 12 sks oats, '4 brls onions, 2 brls potatoes, 3 cars bulk pork, 85 brls sugar, 1 hd sheep, 103 pkgs tobacco and 42 brls whisky. BEADSTUFF3. Cosh While and mixed 5SS0c from store. From levee or depot round lots in bulk shelled white, 4(3 Jc; sacked, 4349c; mixed, 48s. Floub From store extra, $3 50; double extra, $4 25; triple extra, J5 25; family, $5 50; enoice, t5 75; fancy, $fi(3)6 25; extra fancy, iii 2-5'o6 50; patents, t7(i$7 6'J; round lots from levee or truck 10(o15c choipsr. Cohnmeal Standard, i'l 65 from store; 5c cheaper from mill, levee and track. Oats White, 54c from store; mixed, 40(3) 42 :; rejected, 35c from store. Koiiad lots from levee, white, none; mixd, 35'i;36c; rejected, 2730c Bran From store, 8590c perewt; round lots, from levee, il4 per ton. Oatmeal In half barrels, 3 504 50 lrom store. Hay Choice, from store, 90c(7dl; prime, 75(a!S0. ; prairie, 35c; round lots from levee or depot, 2(al3 per ton cheaper. Cracked Wheat In half barrels, $4 50 5 from store. Hominy and Garra From ttore, $3 50 4. Kick Louisiana, common, 6J7c; Caro lina, 77ic 1 Louisville, August 22. Flour extra family, $3(o3 25. Wheat quiet but firm; No. 2 red winter, tl 05(106. Corn dull; No. 2 while, 51c. Oats dull and drooping. Detroit, August 22. Flour nothing do iog. Wheal steady; cash, $ I 16j; Sjptember, $1 15,; Ojlober, il 12J; Novemb.r, l 14; No. 2 while, il 04 J; No. 2 red, $1 11. Corn No. 2 cash, 513 ssked. Oats No. 2 white, 32c bid. New Orleans, August 22 Flour quitt and unchanged. C)rn quiet and weak; mix ed acd white, 60c. Osls quiet. Cornmeal quiet but steady, $2 60. Hay quiet and firm ; prime, $10a)17. Kice in fair demand; Lou isiana, ordinary to choice, 4J(.o)6c Cincinnati, August 22. Flour demand fair and market firm; family, $4 25(o)5. Wheal easier but not quotably lower; il 07 J .1 0S5 c:sh. Corn firm and in good de mand, 533 cash. Oats stronger, 29c Bye quiet, 58 ic. Barley steady and firm. Milwaukee, August 22. Wheat inactive; cssh or August, $1 01; Septemb.-r, $1 02; October, $1 04a; November, 1 .C6. Corn nominally higher; No. 2,51 j.:; rjected, 4SJ-C. Oils inactive; No. 2 old, 30a. Kyefirm;No. 1,57c. Barley nominal; No. 2, September, 65J;; extra, September, 63c. New York, August 22 Flour firm; com mon to good extra, $4 204 60; good to choice, $4 707 25. Wheat spriDg quiet but firm; winter on spot opened strung but clos'd lower; optioos opened a shade lower, subsequently advanced 4c, later lost i(uac, cloi-iog firm; ungraded red, 11 02. Corn spot and August 1(W! Jc higher; later options opened easier, afterward advanced J aijc, closing s eady with a reaction ot (o8'. Outs 42 higher. Kice firm and fairly active. ter. Louis, Augnst 22. Flonr family, t3 75(33 85; choice, $4 55,'Sj4 65; fancy, ti 15(7i5 50. Wheat lower; No. 2 red, H 05 casb; 1 06 August, 1 06 Seplembir. ill OW October, $1 11 j November, il 05 (he year; No. 3 red, 99Jc(ij$l 00. dm unsettled; 4i 46j cash, 45i4o8c August, 46c Septem ber, 4746i October, 41cthe year. Oats higher; 27 o29c bid August, 25$c Septem ber, 26c bin October, 21c ihe year. Bre un changed, Bat.ey unchanged. Cornmtal quiet, (2 30. Toledo, O., August 22. Wheat (,Jc lower; casri active; fu:ures quiet; No. 1 white, il JoJ; No. 2 wuile, $1 03; rejecud, 78c; No. 2 red, car h or Auauit, il 11; Septem ber, tl 12; Oolober, il 14 J; November.il 16 bid; January, il 20. Cjro higher; cash act ive; futures quirt; No. 2, cash or Augu-t, 64-; a-i.leoibtr, o4c bid; Uctober, c4Jj bid; rej-ced, 49i?; No. 'i white, hz. Oats firmer; No. 2, cash or August, 8c; S pteuiber, 28Jc bid;Oo ober, 9j bid; N jvembjr, 29Ja bid; December, 3llc bid; No. 2 while, 31c Baltimore, August 22. Flour firm, with fair demand; Hjwird street end W -stem su perfine, i4 354 75; exlra, i4;ii5; family, $o6. Wheat Western steady aud fairly active; No. 2 winter rtd,spot,il 15J(ol 15; Augu-tt il 15J asked; S-ptember, il 16(o, 1 161; Oaober. 11 lyjrail 19; November, 1 21Jvo)l 22; Dscenioer, tl 23J(o)l 23. Corn SVes'erodull; mixed, spot, 6ui'61c; Angus! and Septemoer, 61s asked; October, 61(2,62Jc; November, 61c bid. Oals about steady; Western, white, 3437c; mixed, 32 (a 33c Bye steady, 6264c Hay lower; prime 10 choice Pennsylvania and Maryland, $1315. Chicago, August 22. Fli nr e'.roDj; pat ents quoted 25c bigner. Wheat quiet and nominal; il 02 August, $1 02f(ji)l 02 Sep tember, $1 04 04 j October, 1 G6(oU Otii November, il 02 the year; No. 2 Chicago spring, il 02i'bl 02 ; No. 2 red winter, tl 09. Corn fairly active and a shade higher; 61 Jc cash, 51ui)514c August, 50(o)50c Septem brr,50(a,50jc Oiober, 4SJj November, 46c the year. Oats firm and higher; 26c casn, 27c Annus', 26j(a)265c September, 27c Octo ber, 27c November, 2iJ(226c tne year. Rye etier,53c. Barley quiet, 62(i64o. irfceipts Fioiir.14,000 Oris; wheat,117,0t)0 bu; corn, 481,000 bu; oats, 194,000 bn; rve, 60,000 bu; 'barley, 6000 bu. Shipments Flour, 11,000 brls; wheat, 6000 bu; corn, 19100 bn; oa's, 133,000 bu; rye, 25,000 bu; barley, 19X1 bu PROVISIONS. Butteb Creamery, 26028c; dairy, 20(a) 22c; butterine, 10(218c; cjuntry, 10(3,20c . Chekse Full cream. 15(H16c; small home cberse, 15 lb av., 9(1, 10c. ME39 Pork 114 per barrel; sugar-cured bams, packed, 14o;15c; breakfast bacon, 13 13c; clear rib sides, 8c. Bulk Pork Clear side, 7,c; clear rib eides, 7c; t-houlders, 6c Lard Tierce, 9:9)c; half-barrels, 9Jc; fcegs, 9Jc; buckets 10c; half bucket", lOJo; 20-lb tins, S:; 10-lb tin, 10c; 5-lb tins, 10.C; 3-lb tins, lOJc New Y'ork, August 22 Pork new mess, $14 50. Lird weak; prime steam, 9c. Cincinnati, August 22. Pork qiiet but steady, S13 50fi14. Lard in fair demand, 8(2,8.30c. Bulk meats shoulders, 6c; clear rib, "c; clear sides, 7 Jo. Bacon dull. Butter steady and unchanged. Louisville, Angus! 22. Pro visions steady. New mess perk, $14. Bulk meats shoulders, 63; clear rib, 7c; clear sides, 7Jc. Bacon shoulders, 6c; ciear rib, 7c; clear, 8c Lird choice kettle rendered, 12c, New Orleans, August 22. Pork de mand fair and prices higher, $13 50. Lird ecarce and firm; tierce, 9c; keg, 9c Bulk meals firmer, shoulders, 6i'i-6i'j. Bacon steady; shoulders, 7:; long clear and clear rib, 7J3.7ic Hams sngar-cured, quiet but firm; choice canvassed, 13013 Jc St. Louis, August 22. Butter quiet; dairy, 1217c; creamery, 17020c. Egga easier, 15c. Pork firm; 12 75. Bulk meats nom inally firmer; shoulders, 5 SOc. Bacon firmer and in good demand; nominslly, shoulders, 6c; long clear, 7 c; short rib, 7c; Bhort clear, 8c. Lard quiel, 8c bid. Baltimore, August 22. Provisions quiet and essy; mesa pork, i!5. Bulk moats shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, 7g08c Bacon shoulders, 8c; clesr rib sides, 9c. Hams, 15i016c. Lard refinerl, 10c But ler firm for best gra-ie-; Western packed, 80 16c; creamery, 18023c. Eggs higher, 20c Chicago, August 22. Pork nominal; $12 30012 35 cash and August, $12 300 12 32J heptember, il2 i'S.atVJ 4o October, I119U011 95 November, ill 85011 90 the year. Lird nominal; iiztit, 9.65!u9.67sc cash, August and September, 9 6O0Oc Oc tober, 9 t9.2 Jc November, 9.1oc tue year. Bulk meats firmer; shoulders, 6:; short rib, 70-33; short clear, 7.30c BulUr quiet aud unchanged. QHOCEKIS. Sugar Pure white, 9c; off whit, 9c; yellow, Sj09e". open kettle, 708Jc; re fined A, 91094c; granulated, 901Oc: pow dered, lOjj01Oic; cut lo', lO,01OJc I Coffee Common, 809e; ordioarv, 9 094c: fair, 901Oc; prime Kio, 104011c: choice, 11 012c; fancy, 12013c; old gov ernment, Mjyzoc. Molasses Louisiana, common ta fair, 33035c; prime to choice, 45050c; ceulri fu2ls, 30040c; syrup, 40050c. Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per dozen: Pineapples, $1 50; peaches, 2 lb, standard, $1 60; seconds, $1 40; tomatoes, 2-lb, stan dard, $101 10; 3-lb, $1 3001 40; straw, berries, $1 2501 50; raspberries, $1 150 1 50; blackberries, $1 1001 25; green gages, $150; pears, $1 60; pluiua, $1 50; green corn, $1 1001 50; green peas, 9Oc0 $1 20; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15; cove oysters, lull weight, 2-lb, 1 85; cove ovslera. lih weight, G5c; cove oya ters, light weight, 2-lb, tl M; condensed milk Crown, 16 2506 50; Eagle, $8 25: Swiss, $6 2506 25. Soap 406jc per pound. Salt Per car-load, $1 35 per barrel; $1 50 in sacks; pockets, bleached, 2407c; coarse, $1 15. Bagging and Ties Bagging, jute, yj.'aJ 114c, according to weight. Ties, arrow, $1 40 I 45. Baltimore, August 22. Coffee steady: Kio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 8 094c Sugar quiet; A sof', 8c New York, August 22. Coffee stronger; Kio, 707.60c. Sugar demand fair and mar ket firm; refined quiet. New Orleans, AugUBt 22. Coffee steady with a fair demand; Bio cargoes, common to prime, 707c Sugar quiet; fully fair, 8c; prime, 8jc Molas-RduIl and unchanged. HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES. Vegetables Onions, Northern, packed, $2 7503 per barrel. Potatoes, packed, $1 25; buyirg 50075c loose. Cabbage Northern sold at $303 50 percrati ; loose, $703 per 100. Garlic, $1 per hundred. Fruits Oranges Scarce and not quot able. Lemons, $5 5006 per box ; fancy Me sina, $6 50. Bananas, $1 5002 50 per bunch. Cocoannts, $506 per hnndred. Peanuts Virginia, hand-picked, 11012c; Tennessee, 8084c; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled, 12c Al monds, 19020c. Texas pecans, 11014c ; Ar kansas, 304c Eiglieh walnuts, 14016c. Filberts, 13c. Brazil nuts, lO01Oc. Raisins London layers, f-'t; Imperial, $4. Brandy cherries, $3 25(i3 50 per dozen. Apples New, $202 50 per barrel packed buying at $101 60 loose. Dried apples, 9 10c per pound from store. Dried peaches, 405c from store. Gauberries, $16 per "bar rel. Pickles, madiuoi, barrel, i7 50; half barrel, $4; 1 pint jars, $1 25 per doz:n; 1 quart jars, $1 7502 per dozen. Cider Missouri, $S03 50 per barrel, and $4 50 per half-barrel; Kentucky barrels $7 50. Vingr 12J016C per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit. No. 1, 95c ; No. ?, 85c ; 15-lb, No. 3, 65c ; halt barrel, $4 75 06. White fish, No. 1, per half-barrel, $6. Poultry Chickens, $103, according to quality. Turkevs, $11018. Ducks, $3 5004. Egos 13015c Pigs' Feet In harrels, $3 5009 ; half barr jlo, $4 2504 50 ; kegs, $2 25. PELTRIES HIDES AND LEATHER. Hides.Etc. No.l dry flint hides, 16c; No. 2 dry hides, 12J013c ; salt hides, lO012c; No. 1 green salt hides, 54.07c ; No. 2 green salt hidt-e, 6c; green hides, 506c. Beeswax prime yellow, 23030c; tallow, 707jc; gin senit, per pound, $1 50. Drskins prime, 25033c Leather Oak sole, per pound, 35(3l40c; o-uilock; 27030c; harness, 36fii)40; skirting, 73040c; French calf, $4O06Oc p;r dozen, domestic caif, i 300 15c per dozen. Candles Full weight, 15jc Feathep-s Prime, 4Xte. Wool Tub-washed, 2535c pel pound; unwashed, 18023; burry, 10016c. WHISKY, ETC. Brandies Cognac, $5016 ; peach, $2 50 3 50 ; apple, $203 60. Wines Imported port, $1 6004 ; eherry, $1 5504 ; cbaujpagne American extra drv, i910; Piper Heidsicb, $0028; Mumta'e extra drv, $28030; Pomery Sec, $31 500 33 50 ; W. Cliquoi, $31 60053 50 ; claret, $5 7509 per box ; Catawba, $6 509. Whiskies Redistilled, 90c $1 50 ; straight, $1 5004, according to age. Cincinnati, August 22. Whisky $1 13. St. Louis, August 22. Whisky steady, $1 14. Louisville, August 22. Whisky steady, $1 13. New Orleans, August 22. Whisky un changed. Chicago, August 22. Whisky steady and unchauged. Baltimore,- August 22. Whieky steady, $1 1801 18i. HOUSE-BUILDING MATERIALS. Bricks, lime and cement quiet at former prices. Framing Lumbeb Yard prices Bough, $15 per iOilO feel; drasaed, $30; yellow piue flooring, $2-5; shingles, $304 60; lathing Poplar, $1 75; cypreas, $2 per 1000 lath. .Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 feet. Lime and Cement Alabama lime, 95c tl a barrel; Tsonesse", 85090c; Louisville cement, il 70 01 75 a barrel; Kosedale ele ment, $2 6 a barrel; Portland, $5; plaster of Paris, $2 50. NAULS-i3 1003 25 per keg. PETROLEUM MARKETS. Coal-Oil Wholesale lots, 13c per gallon. Cleveland, August 22. Petroleum e.w., 110, 7.c Pith-bubo, Angusl 22. Petroleum active; united certificates closed firmer, at 109; re fined, 707Jc Philadelphia delivery. LIVE STOCK MARKET. J. Schilling, live stock commission mer chant, Uuton Stock Yards, S cend street, at Lou sville depot, reports arrivals equal to the demand; hesvy receipts of cattle and a de cline inEtstern markets causes a slow and dragging market, and prices are largely in favor of tbe buyer; a large supply in the yards and prices ard weak as quoted. As the heated term is nearly over, a better market is looked for. Sheep and lambs are plentiful, with a light d'niand and prices weak aa quoted. A few hogs have been sold tbe past week for 54. and 6c Milch cows are slow sale at nominal prices. Quotations: Cattle Choice steers, 3404c; medium s eers, 303c; smooth fat cows, 3034c; fair fat cows, 2j:a2jc; scalawags, lJ02c; year ling, $607. Sheep Choice, 3J04c; medium, 33c; common, $101 50 per head. Lambs Choice, 60 pounds average and upward, 5054.C gross; common light, no de mand. Hogs. Nominal. CHiCAoo.Augusi 22 Cattle receipts,8200 head; slow and steady; exports, $5 9506 30; good to choice, $5 1505 80; common 10 fair, $4 1005. Hogs receipts, lo,.500 htad; fairly ac ire and firm, 5010c advance; light, io 50 05 60; rough pMkiug, $4 S0.z)5 10; heavy packing and shipping, to 1505 50. St. Louis, August 22. Hcgs active and etrong; light grades, $5 6005 75; packing, $4 6505 10; butchers' stock, $5 1005 20. BrCfip-s, 3400 bead; shipments, 400 nead. Cattie demoralixid, unsettled and lower for everything except very bsst Datives; good natives, $5 505,5 60; common, 4 5004 85; Texans, $3 2503 85. B-ceipU, 3300 bead. HORSES AND MULES. The mule market is well supplied with all qualities. Tne horse market is dull. Mules Market bare, and values nominal. Horses Good driving, $1250200; fceavy draft, il50fi-J00; saddle horses, $1250250; plugs, $40075. COTTON-SEED. Cotton-Seed Meal Prime, $18 50 per ton per car-load lots. Cotton-Seed Oils Crude, 30036c per gallon, on round lots of 100 to 600 brls. summer yellow refined oil, 42015c ia car load lots; summer while, SOc Winter yel low, 62c; winter white. 54c, according to quantity. Cooking oil, job lots, 45c DRY GOODS. New Y'ork, August 22. There baa been an increased demand at jobbing bands with a good volume of buaines completed and in progress. Seasonable and specialties, such as dress goods, sackings and suitings, flan nels, skirts and prints, are in steady request, but cotton goods rather neglected, as the offering at auction tc-morrow commands the attention ef buyers, as well as causes tbe withholding of crders except of immediate character. A. OA.IID. To all who are suffering from tne errors and In discretions ot youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, etc., I win send a recipe that wiU euro you, FREE OF CHARGE, This greet remedy was discovered by a missionary In Bouth America. Send a self-addressed envelope to tne Rr.v. JoxpwT Tmax. St-t't D Nnt Yrrk -Vat BOILEK MAKERS. OLD RELIABLEBOILER YARD. ROBT. LEWIS Sc. CO., fr-CT"p?corrEK & sheet- iLJJt IKON W0KKEBS. Particular attention given to Repairing steam boat Boilers. Ho. 3 Adama street, near river, Hempbla, RaslDXNca. l Rpcoxn Struct. Copper and sneeilron Work, becoud-hand Boilers always on band. S1K AM BOA I S. SIM-CIA la NOT1CK. STEAMER MARK TWAIN W. P. Hall, master: J. D. Fuller, clerk. will leave lor HALE'S POINT and ail ... i lues KVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY at 6 nVlork o.na.. until f-irther notice. l-Oi LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Sinn llivru TrnnNMrta.lon Llue For Cairo Kvausvil le, Louisvi 1 le aud Ciucinuatl Steamer (xolueii Crown, E. L. Hhinklc master. Will leave FRIDAY, August 24th. at u m. ror ireignt or passage apply u DOara, or to HK.NKY C. LOWE, Agent, Foot ol Jefteison St. FOB CAIRO AND ST. LOUI8. Bit. a..alfi null Ne-wr Orlsani Ancbor Line I'. S. Jli.ll FOR CAIRO AJiD of. LOUIS. City of Providence, Lenox master. Will leave Elevator Building ftluAi, Aag. Haoa. For trelgill er pasaage apply to j. L. Hail. Past ' r A g t Ai) STORM, sup t FOB V1CK8BUKU. Sit. I.onls ana Mew Orleans A ucliur Line. Ii. s. nail jLlne FO't ViuiisiiURu .su-amer Brolaskt master. wa'IMiBll Will leave Elevator Building laiuai. 241U, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to ii. n A1.1.. j-ans, i;eiii. Araiutis. Asent. lli-h, UHH S1EAM b.tte. for tsiendale, Helenn and Jfrlan Foiaa DOUllOUia, -arUr Stacker Lee master 1 Putt Rhodu, will leAva as aaove oh every MiHiUii, MEDN&SDAY and FBlDAi. at 5 p.m., reerviug the rishl to pass all landings the captain may deem uusaie. omce. mi,. 4 Mauuou atnwu JAMK LKE, Jr., Supermlen jent. FOB OdCHIuLA. Sri-Weekly V. H. Mall Pacxtex For San doiph, Fulton, Osceola and way latidlnga. Ilenii AdaniM, g-tw J. H. Cooper ......master I H. I. TomUuaou..cieta WU1 iee alempuu every MONDAY, WBDNJts DAY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m., reserving the right to pass ail landings the captaiu may deem unsafe. For lufofmatiou apply ou board, or to No. 4 Madi son St. jAMr:-S LKtC la., nnuenniendellt. FOB ST. FRANCIS BIVEB. The fit. Francis River fran-portatioa Co's VERY LIGHT U.S. MAIL olEAMtit 11 JL JL,Ki:, r O. K. JoDlin master, Will leare Mem phis r,very I aeidar tb Iuk mi a o'eiovit. lor ail poinu oa tit. Fruci Kiver in place ol tbn Reue Wave ready. J l. KAN'DAI.Ij. supt. FOH WI11TK AND BLACK KIVKKS. Atll.T HAKKT LIMe-Hmpbl White mutl It I nr k jKtver U. . Mall t!kt. For Indian Bay, tit. Cnarlea, Claieadoa, IKfTalJs Bluil, lies Arc. AugUBt, Jacluoniaori. btircy, BaiesTille, fowhauiu aua Pocaaoaiafi The uew and eletieuit paaaeusur Streamer Josie liarry, rnrs M. B. Harry ...master, Will leave Memphis KVtlRY 8 . TCRDAY at & o'clock p in. , conuectlng direct wl. a the new Black River Uulled Stales Mall Packet, MILT HAURY, for Powhatan aud Pocahontas, aud with the ilaiiy Packets to Raiesvilie and Upper A'hite river. Through raies to all poiuta. Freight cousigued to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. R. W. L1GH1BURNE, Agent, No. 7 Monroe street. Memphis. FOB SI'. PAUL. St Louis and St. Paul Packet Co. '1 lie Owlr LlM or t-lde-Wlteel FasaeaKer racket, ou tbe Upper JlLsiselppi. ST. PAUL STEAMERS LEAVE 8T. Louis every Mouoay, Wednesday iiliiSC aud Friday at 4 o'clock p.m. bteamers leave su Louis daily, at 4 o'clock p.m., tor Hauuiual, tuiuuy au-1 Keokdk Fare lrom St. Louis to St. Paul, 621. For paAseuger aud freight rates appiy to HENRY O. LOW a, Agent, . F-M of Jolf'.-rson street, Memphis. irOH AKKAMbAS Cl'iY. saeaipui. ant ArfaJaus-aatJllji ! Ce. Adorns 11 . a. Mall 1 Jne For Hoiena, Fnars Point, Couoordla, Terrene, Arkansas City and Plna Hlna R. R. Tbe new Passenger Steamer t. ji. Utioek maauir K. W. OutUw ciei e&Tea vr MONDAY an-1 XHUbL?i;AY, i 6 p.m.. reserving tbe right to pass ail lauding the captaiu inay aeem auafe. Kor mturiDfttlon aprtiv at No. 4 M1kon ttrv?t. RUTAL MAIL LINE To the Netherlands. The First-Class Steamships of this Line AM STERDAM, ROTTERDAM, SCHIEDAM, ZAAN DAM, LKKRDAM, W.A. SCHOLTN,P. CALAND, M a as, carrying the United States Mail to the Netherlands, leave NEW YORK regularly every WEDNESDAY, lor ROTTERDAM and AMSTER DAM alternately. First Cabin, $70; Second Cabin, arsl; steerage, 16; from Rotterdam aud Amster dam, tdl. H.t'AZtl X, Ura'l S(HI, No. 'Z7 South William street. New York. ELEVATOR COMPAXi". Grain and Package Elevator Co. TTT-n-Is DO A GENERAL RECE'V'JUG. OR VV vaioisb AVDSToaaex Bcsii'Bsa. CargGea of steamboats and barges loaded or o nlnadea waUi tiapaich. Freight delivered in car. ot all rail roaua enteriug Uieel'y. Air.nt. storage room for bulc or .i .rl gcmio, merchaodis., machinery, etc. Freight reoeived and stored in elevator at yner's ttac snleas ordered Insured. R. GALLOWaY. Snnerlntendent. I MEIH'I.AL. MANHOOD epedHy reatorrd by the m r '. rma$ nn. wbich alTbetaallT cures Bienroas Ortolla It7, Iaoat TlrlUty. Premature Dvemy. aod ail trooblc arUmK from orer-TTf rk and xciMaaa. fcaimplo ofVlfamlloe mailrxl fr, wrskltrbj ao frtMaiiig Err. W biUler. 174 llaca fct.. CinrlnnaH. A vrictim of earlr imprwdPTj. riu:? b-tto'i tl- il ity, preraalUTB dr-car. ev.. lDp trtod ia vain -v-r-kti'iwn rT?iedr. hits Aicorr?-4 a simple mean- -r - : Care, ubich h w:U wrtl t K K t'. t l11w-'Jt!--"T-L adi J. IL liLVLa. siUJLa.taaui St. NVy V 8100 zuqwla: For a case that cannot be cured with Sold by aii Drnggists. CURES ALL RECE.NT and Chronic Diseases of the Criaary Pass? gee without tne use ol nauseous drags, tl. Drnggista, Directions In all languages. Falrmoont Chemical Co.. Cincinnati. Ohio. D. S. A. A POSITIVE Cure without Medl cine. Patented Oct 16,1876. One box NO 1 will cure any case in fonr day. or less. No. will cure tbe moat obstinate case, no matter of how long standing.' Allan's Soluble Medicated Boogies No nauseous dosesof etabebs, copaiba ox oil ofaan-dal-wood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying the coatiDgs of the stomach. Price tl do. Sold by all druggists, ormaiied on receipt ot price, ror runner particular, sena for euew- .in rw ,31,:. - CORE utr. r. u. sol iw. J. C A I.Ltt CO.. 3 John 8k, New York. ff 1 TODT81 m Gn.notd Ml I- SJ yuzz S. Ira atkcinrlrmarl 'P RIVER HEWS. STEAMERS LEAVING. THIS SAY. Arkansas City... Kan Adams, Cheek, S p.m. Hales Point Maax Twais. Alston, 5 pjn. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Friars Points Coajioha, Friday, 5pjn. Vicksbnrg.-. AXKAnsAX CITY, Friday, 10 am. Osceola DEAN Adams, Friday. 5 p.m. 8L Louis ..C.tt Paovmaacm. Friday, 10 a-m. Clncinnatl....QoLDEi Caown, Friday, 12 m. White River Josia Haut, Saturday, $ pjn, MOVEVStNTS AT THE LEVEE. Arrival. Coihoms, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Osceola; Annie P. Silver, Su Louis; Central City, St. Louis. Departure. Annie P. Silver, New Or leans; Coahoma, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Osceola. jvoaa in Port. Central City. Boat Due Dotcn. Mark Twain. Boat Due Cp. Kate Adams and City of New Orleans. Keeelpta Teaterdajr. Coahoma 23 bales cotton, 2 hd cattle, 136 pkgs froit and 31 pkgs sundries. Dean Adams 3 bales cotton, 47 sks seed, 150 melons, 17 bdls hides and 43 pkgs sun dries. Central City 700 brls fljnr and meal, 14 rlls bagging, 10 tons while lead and 13 pkgs merchandise. FUTURE MOVEMENTS. The City of New Orleans ia due up for St. Louis. The O -Line packet Golden Crown, Capt. E. L. Shinkle, is due np to-morrow at 12 o'clock for Cincinnati. The Lee-Line packets to-morrow evening are the Coahoma, for Friars Point, and the Dean Adams, lor Osceola. The Ancbor-Line packets to-morrow morn ing are the Arkansas City, for Vickaburg, and the City of Providence, for Rt. Louis. The Mark Twain, Capt. Charles Alston, ia the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Halts Point and all way landings. Col. J. D. Ful ler is in her office. The Josie Harry, Capt Milt B. Harry, is tbe Saturday packet lor all points on White river, going through to Jacksenport and making connection with packets for upper While and Black rivers. The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark B. Cheek, is the United Sla'es mail packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. E. W. Outlaw is in charge of her office, assisted by J. C. Wyckoff and Walker Outlaw. GENERAL NEWS. Business quiet. Weather continues hot aa blazes. Receipts by river yesterday, 2G bales of cotton and 47 sacks of cotton-eeed. The procession oi "first bales" has begun moving, but tha railway got ahead of the marines this season. The propeller Central City, in from St. Louis -early yesterday morning, had 2200 packages for Memphis. She will probably return this evening. The Annie P. Silver, from St. Louis with a big load on, passed down for New Orleans yesterday evening, after adding 400 lacks of corn and a good list of sundries. J. T. Bailey, hei.d engineer of the James Lee.who has been up - he country recuperating, has returned and will supervise tbe placing of the new machinery of tha Leo. . ' Signal Service report: Error 10 foot 11 inchesdecline S inchos yesterday. Save a 1 inch rise at Louisville and 7 inches at Fort SmiiK, all sUe.uia are running down, with low stages of water. Capt. W. P. Hall's new Memphis, Dyers burg and npper bends packet, the Gayoeo, leavea Wheeling, where she has just been completed, to-day for Cincinnati where she will load for Memphis. Being of very light draught, she will bs able to bring out a full load without touching any of the reefs. Capt. John Atery, of Shell Mound, Tenn., is building a boat at that point, to ply in the lower Tennessee river trade. It will be 85 by 18 feet. The boat will be ready for tha fall business. It will run between Chatta nooga and Djcatur. The printers of Evaosville attended the funeral ol the late Lol. J. x. fsuverlhorn in a body. The funeral was otherwise very larerelv attended. The Journal and Courier of that city published worthy tributes to the honored memory of the deceased. Peace to his ashea. It is said that the steering apparatus of the new ateamer Chesapeake is a failure, and will not mind the rudder at all. Last Friday the boat was taken to Cincinnati to be repaired. The fault seems to lie in the stern of the Tea sel, as it ia not "cut away" enough, and does not allow the current to strike the rudder. Freight rates have been advanced on the river on account of the low stage of the Ohio river and difficulties of navigation. However, the advance is slight, and there is no cause for a "kick." If there were no boats at all, railroads would take advantage of shippers and make 'em "squeal right out" on high rates. Vicksburo Hera'd, Tuesday: "A diffi culty occurred at the lower landing this morning between Duval), third clerk of the City of Providence, and Thomas Good, cub pilot, who is learning Ihe river on that steamer. Good was drunk, and went over on the Warren, laying alongside of the Provi dence, and Duval, acting the part of a friend, went over on the Warren just before the arrovidence was to back ont. to bring tiooa aboard, whereupon Good took np a raaor and cut Duvall in the back and on the arm. Du vail came on board tbe Providence and Dr. Hunt was sent for. When tbe boat left Du vall was doing well, his wonnd not being of a dangerous cbaracter. Ihe last seen of Good he was in a state of intoxication over on the wharfboat." Walt, at Cairo, say: . "The Masons and OJd Fellows of this city bad case the other day that they think will be of interest to river men and persons living oa tho river. It was a lady, about 60 years cf age, ol good address, amart as she can be, and repre senting be rself as tbe widow of an Odd Fel low and Mason. Said she was born in Mar timbnrg, W. Vs., and her husband and son were killed on tbe rebel side in the late war. She then moved to Litchfield, Ky. Her daughter had married a man who moved to the Arkansas river and died, and the flood of last year swept his wife and one child away. She had gone on to Arkansas to get the re maining Utile girl, which she had with- her, and was trying to get back home. Unfortu nately, she had lost what means she had while coming here. The Odd Fellows and Masons sent her forward on tbe Gus Fowler, and now learn that she told an altogether different story to the officers of that boat. Io lac, she came here by the Fowler, instead of by tail, as .be pretended. They have learned that she worked the Metropolis and Paducah lodges, and will no doubt clean out all others aioog the Ohio if they will let her. The lit tle girl is about 4 years old. She gave the name ol Airs. James milliard here." RIVER AND WEATHER. Orrica Bros al SaBvicx. JJ. 8. A., I Mxmthis. TaNN.. A-nanat 'J2. lags. I The following observations are taken at tha same moment of time (1:08 p.m.) at ail the stations namco: Changea. Above low water. Rase. Feet I Inch FeeLiInch Cairo Chattanooga Cincinnatt Davenport. Iliiriiiiiile Forl eiuuh. Helena Keokuk.,. La Crosse Leavenworth Little Rock Louisville.... If empbla. Nashville t New Orleans Omaha.... Pittsburg Shreveijort.. St. i-O'l ii nt Paul Vicksburg Below bench mark. t Below high-water mark, lg-,4. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. Feet Inch 14 7 1 10 5 7 3 4 4 X 10 '"ii" a" .. io it 2 9 8 11 8 1 7 6" 13 2 "Ts T Time, j Bar. Tner. Wind. Weather. (:08 am. 30.043 78 8. Clear. 2:08 p.m. I 4jj.wi 92 8.W. Clear. 10:08 p.m. 29.BJ2 83 8. W. Clear. Maximum temperature, 92. jainimum temperature, d. New Orleans, August 22. Night No arrivals. -Departed: w. r. wainnay. ot. louae. Cincinnati, Augnst 22. Noon Biver 5 leet 7 incnes, ana stationary. earner ciear ana warm; thermometer 85. No arrivals or depart ures. EvANervTLLE, August 22. Noon Biver 4 5-lOtfeet, and falling. Weather clear and hot; thermometer 79 to s9. No arrivals or departures ex jept local packets. PrrrrarjRQ.Aueust 22. Nooo Biver 1 foot and falling. Weather clear and very warm. Night River falling, with 11 inches by the gauge. Weather ciear and warm. Loui8TllXE,August 22. Noon Biver f ail In v, with 4 feet 8 inches inlthe canal and 20 Inches iu the chute on the tails. Weather clear and warm. Business dull. No arrivals or departures. Cairo, Augnst 22. Noon Biver 14 feet 9 inches, and failing. Weather clear and hot. Ar rived: John A. scudder. New Orleans, 9 p.m. De parted: John A.scodder, St Loula,llp.m. Night River 14 teet 4 inches, and falling. Weather clear aud warm; thermometer 86". Arrived: City of Vickaburg. Vicksburg, p.m. Departed: City of Vickaburg, St. Louis, 6 pm. See Additiowat Jttser aVeiss oa Fourth ftge. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Glasgow, August 22. Arrived: Devonia, New York. QuEESSTOWB, August 22. Arrived: Hel vetia, New York. New Orleamb, August 22. Cleared: Paris, Bordeaux: Lucy p. Mi.ler, Belize. Arrived:etat ol New York, New York. THE LIVERMORE FOUNDRY AN1 HACIII3TE COJCPAXY, lfiO-I63-lrI-ie-lvM-170-l7a-174 Adams HU, nemphitv, Tenn. GRXKRAT. BrownellA C.'s Eaarfnaeana Bat waallla- I n.iaavr a wssa KnciPOO, Dsaac atoatan Pnoana, Cnlone Stoataa Pbsim. Crano Brother stsmna rioM Coatriracal ateon Paaiss, W.T. ryat'i tjorn aad Wheat Ilia, Boeely'a Hand, Hyaranllo aind M-nufactiirers of almost EYERYTttlXG In the lUehl nery Line. W WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE " D. T. PORTE B. F0RT2R & IMCME HAVING purchased the entire "interest of Colonel W. F. Taylor tn the firms ot Porter. Tavlor A oo and Ford, Porter Co., we will continue tbe WHOLES A LB GROCERY AND CO ITON PACTOtt AG EBUSINESS at the old sutnd, MO Front street, under the Una name and style ot PORTER at M ACRA K We thank onr friends aad patrons Ion their liberal patronage tn tbe past, and respectfully ask those to continue their business as heretofore without change, except to address their communication, tote, new Arm. Consignments ot Cotton will have onr most careful personal attention, and liberal ad. vanoaa will be made on same when desired. Raspectfnily, D. T PORtkil Mamphla, Tenn., November 18, 1883. o. W MACRAE. H. M. FEEGXJSON WITH J. T. LaPRADE & CO. W HOT SABBLERY, Nos. 301 and 303 Main Slret, Memphis, Tenn. M. eavla. Joan s. tsiuvaa. Wholeaale Orocera, Cotton LFaetora , At d Commission Merchant. 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Bet ween Aouama aad Jetferaoa. Mr. Ii. W. EAIKEY devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale of all Cotton Intrusted to em caaaaja. Cottoa Warehouse, 95 Washington street. 3ES. "W JiLwJL9Z2ZJ&SL.rXZ Sz, 03S WHOLESALE DIALERS ABO PDBIJWIIKBS, ola Agents tor tha following First-class InaKraauaai STEIIaVAY AND WEBER KRAHICH Write for Catalognea. 9231 and FRANK OZANNB, lata Oxanne A May. O. H. DENISON. late withOrgill Bros. A Co. OZANNE, DENISON & CO. HAntJFACTDREgS OF TIN WAKE AMD DEAL.EES 1M STOVES, LAMPS, OILS, REFRIGERATORS, WATER-COOLERS ICE-BOXES, CUTLERY, Etc. Roofing, Guttering and Job Work Don. to Order. No. 257 H-2 MVIHT STREET MEMPHIS. TEN V mr- m w mum rn ft 856 AJfLO 258 FRONT STJtEaET, IROCERIES, STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. KILL, FONTAINE Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocera, xTOtS-SUS Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & 00. Cotton Factors, Cominission Merch' Tfo. 116 HoutLi Tin in afreet. St. loul. DEAN & Wholesale & Retail Paints & Painters' Supplies, Window Shades, Window Glass, Looking Glasses, Etcn No. 8-0.0 HrIatii:Btreet. a a lVlomtslala. "Ponnara J. T.",Farsasoa J. A. Hani. C. C. J. T. FARGASQN & GO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front Street, Memphis, Tens. Cotton cotungaad lo a. will hav. oar careful attention. W. carry at all ttmea a well wlectorl stock o Staple and Fancy Grocsries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, Aad will 8ell aa Low aa tb. tama.' W. h'v. l4 aa. Stow Orlaaa. .Si. REMOVAL. STERNBERG & LEE, JOBBERS OP CIGARS, TOBACCO aad Smoker.' Article., will, on September 1st, open the largest stack In the city at 336 FRONT ST., COR. UNION, MAGNOLIA BLOCK ECKERLY, STONE A CO.'d OLD STAND. WOODRUFF LUMBER CQUFY A. WOODKCrr, Preald.as. M. T. HIUtE, Kee'r oast Taaa. Mantintetttrcrs ef sad Lolef ia Cypress, Poplar, Cottonwood, Walnnt, Oak and Ash Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holdings, sad Building Material Geaersll. , SAW AID PisA.lXU MILLX, North Front Street, near Gas "Works. j. b. eoowui. J. R. GODWIN & CO. Cotton Factors, Com. Merchants, AGENTS FOR THB NTAB COTTON (3IN, a3GaFi-out Street, Cor. Aawfa mo r...At aa.i. ax.- Dwplex lojeelorw. Barry's Haws, araint Wroackt-Iron Fen. dag. Caroat aad Ornaaavntal Ira w.rki, Brao. loosaa. Wraaxsr Iron, ripe nasi n l tings. and Steam-Power F.el valor. U. W. MACBiK. bT.&JULmZI Tnsa. (.nara. M. JJ. Clasr oV BACH, HABLKR, K. WITEBABaa S ..-w. mmm wri.aiaj .in nai . MAHOW HAM I. IN, t latl'UH aV WASBtl, rh t tonnes sh Jo. sM Maallfi S55 Roooad titreet, mempliiil. GEO. R. FOX, 1st to with Org-tll Bros. A Oo XXAJLXIAJbJa - IXt. X. VJJu WHOLESALE. CARROILL Hem. B.JA. f arker. E. L. Wswlsaa Itar.m nhla. Vann U O. MVLUX. Unloa. Memphis, Tenn. J &C0. EDrCATIOXAX. Colleg-e or Phjsiclaat aa4 Sutmei, BALTIMORE, MD. Th. practical ad ran tares of this school an aa. snrpaased. Cllnlea held at ctty Hospital. Malar nlte and Maryland Women's Hospital, all of which belong to this tr-hooL PhyaloloOiaU and Chaml eal Laboratory Work required of ovary student. Apply for a cataloru. to DR THOMAS OPIE, Dean. No. 89 Worth Carey M. BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL, BEDFOSD CO, TIBOIBIA. For Boy. and Tonng Men. Prepare, tor Host.. Oolletreor Calveraty. Taoreughly and handsome, ly equipped. Foil corps of instr-aetosa, BMOttral and healthy location. For OauUccaea, addia W. B. ABBOT. Principal. Bellgrn. P. (X RDStwaaTH M-He.L, Maltlaaora, d HOARDING and DAY SCHOOL r TOONS LADIES and CHILDREN. Th. twenty-ant School year begins Thursday, September auth. Ctrealarl teat on spoil cation to the PrlnclpaX MBS. H. P. LKFEBVBE, No. M Franklla gt. aaliiaaar. a Mt. Vernon Instltata, 44 Mt-Vsmoa Plane. Hois. BoudlniuA Day ttehoot tor Young Ladiaa. Founded ISM. Mm. M. I. JONES and Mrs. MAITLAND. axtaksd by abta Pnfeaaora. Beaatl rally sttaated. fronting .at. Ington Mooumant oqnare. Languages piaettoallr awght. Clrenlani on application. St. Agnes Academy. THE attention of the citizens of Mesa phis Is re snecifnlly called to 8u Agnes Academy, which will open lu fall Marion on lb. ad ot aa isaasr. Rvery exertion will b. saad. ao pro mote the health and Improvement of the pupil. Beside, the usual English branch-, particular at tention ia paid to Latin, French and German; also, Mnsicon tb. vanoos lns'rumenta. Drawing, Painting, Embroidery aad Elocution. Calisthe nics enter Into the daily rontina, while the bean tilol locality tn which th. acadeay ts situated and lu spacious open grounds .flora .very dealrabla means fox oat-door recreation. Sl'KHU HILjIs OOIsIaEGE, Hoar bile, Alaaaaaa. Founded In 1S. Empowered by the Legisla ture of Alabama to center all Collegiate Pimma Location beautiful, and one of the healthiest In the South. The health, comfort and happlaeatol tbe stndenta the constant aim. A full osrna of su perior and experienced teachers. Th. thro, courses. Preparatory, Commercial aad Classical, taught ia th. most thorough manner. Beanoa opens Oct. 1st, For farther information, address tbe President, Spring H1U College. Mobile, Ala. MISS UIGBEE'S SCHOOL, T)PP PLACE. BEALE STREET. MEMPHIS Tenn. Healthful situation, beaarlfal pleasure rronnda, commodious balldlnga, good reforaneo library, new philosophical and chemical appara tus, cabinets of minerals, etc. and other ac-parto-nanoes to a liberal course ot study. For family pup It erery home comfort provided. Esoecial attention given to health, ntannera and habitat. Tbe BrAKDAao or Excaixaisca of this school will be maintained by a corps of twelve teachers. Thoroughness tn elementary training Instated apan. Katie, teachers for modern languages, with the natural methods of Wormaa and Sanvenr. Mrtslo, by graduate, of the Cincinnati and BoMoa College, of Music Free gymnastic, for pbysloal culture. Painting, by a. artist of oetabliahed rep uuilou. Elocution a specialty. Enrollment laat year, on. hnndred and ofghty three pupils. Numberof family pupils llmrtad. ClaaM. resumed MONDAY, September 17th. Prindpal's address until September 1st: MOORB8TOWH. If. I. Huntsville Female Senlnary, HUJiTSYILLE, ALABAMA. THIS long-established School for Young Lad I as a fiords aavantages in location, In oil mate. In IU freedom from malaria, and in Its proximity to malarious dluiicta, in iu thorough orgaulaatioa. and lu the etficieucy of iu teaobaia, Tb. n.xt seaalon begins Monday, September t, 1S8S. For particulars apply to J. H. LBCKEY, PrlnclpaL Washington and Lee UMIVHttSITY, laBCIlV&TOIff, "STJk r ST RUCTION In the usual arademle studls. and In th. profeailonal schools of Law and Koglneertng. Location healthful : expenses mod erate. Knit natin spea aspt. tia. For oats aaugne addram "Clark of the Faculty." at. .C. L, PrsntdCTt. Female Institute, feTACMTO.f, TA. ra. lies. J. E. B. BTCABT, rrfaataal. THE next seaalon of Nine Months opea gwntaai. ber l:tth, with a full corps ot superior tasca. era. Terms reasonable. A pply early, lal.lngu sent noon application to the PrlnclpaL NOIKE DAME OF MAUI LAND: Collea-tal. la.tltnta Inr Tonne Ladiaa. tiOVANSTOsTN. THREE miles from BaiUmore, Md. Tola Instf. luiion, oondneted by the Bistori of Notre Dame, ia most desirably Located. The system of education pursued ta designed to develop tho mental, moral and physical pow.rsot th. puptla. to make tbeca useful wemen of refined taste, aaa cultivated manners. For particulars send for cole alogoe. L Ume. Fredin's French & Enp.ish FAXILI AHD DAT SCHOOL, No. It Morris street, Eden Far, flulnaatl.fHilIti FaU term begins Vnteaaoor IMa, Clrenlani sent op. application. JianoTer Academy, Virginia TAYLORS VI LLE, P.O. iol. HHAiTp.jean,a.i. The Etta Annual Bessloa Begins Sarranaaa . bractat Provisioms roa Baau. Bora; . Send for catalogue. UEOBUKTOrV" COIXCUfa, UEORUKTOWM. KEITVl'HT, ON Cincinnati southern Bailroad Looated In the healthy and beautiful -Blue Oram" re gion of Kentucky. Fifty flfth seaalon open. Sep. tern ber g, Ishs. lostruclloa la all branch, of a college education. Experienced profeesora- Tbe degrees of B 8.. A.B, aud A.M conferred. Useful course for those who tan spend ouly one or two years in college. Terms low for the advantage, offered. For catalogue or particulars, address early to R. M. DUDLEY, 11 1),, President. Aarlealtnral nnd ElmBaBleal sjolieaja. NEXT seaaioa beglna Sept. 'asth. Fac.lty of eleven Profeaaora. Gives Industrial AVI a ca tion. Practical Agriculture aud Civil Engineering Specialties Localtoa oa railroad, high and heal thy. Tuition free. Expenses low. For oa la log ua, with particulars, address D. F. BOfD. President. Anbartt. Ala. STUDIES WILL BE RESUMED ON HON DAT, NUPT. 3, Claaalral, MeleaUMe. t'.aaerelal, Prinarsaloi j. Aad frtaaas-F tamiit, For Board, Tnltion. Music, etc., address BROTHER MAURKL1AN, Praaldamt Miss Clara Conway's School WILL REOPEN MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 7th, 1MK3, with a corps of ten taachers, additional rooms, and increases! facilities for promoting trae ed ii cation al growth and development. Pupils from a diaUnoa will Bud aohaerr.1 homo and mother-like care In a pleasant family near tho school. lu obedience to a pressing publie demand, a clam of small boys will be received la the Primary Department. For particular-, address Mlas CLARA COrTWAY kox l.-WA SARATOGA. N, Y. Clrcnlars at bookstore September 1st. Bellevue College, Collierville, Shelby Co., Tenn. TX7TLL OPEN THE NEXT BK8HTOW MEPTEM VV ber A 1KK3. Pref.tl.W. JOMtlTOfl, B.ateS.., . prominent eoucaior, nas doso cooasn as rraaaent, wno win ee aided by an able and expa rieaeed corps of Lady aaristant teachers. Collier. Till Is accessible, through Uraod Janetioa and Memphla to all naruof theeouutrv. lunaml. are intelligent and progTemive, moral aad re ligions. Board 1. of th. beat quality and low. The soars of study Is .xteaalv. thorough and prarsOcal. IU Literary, Muae and Art Daaanv mnu ar. planned for tb higher oducauoa of woaasii. It will gie deep eultareaad Ubaralaa eompllahmeaU. For cstaiogaos asod to J. T. BIGGS, secretary of Board. University of Virginia SESSION beting oa tho 1st of October, eod eon. ttnaes bin. month. A pply lor eauaaogas. a the Secretary of tbe Faculty, P. O. tjulvoralt ol Virginia, Albemarle eouuty, Vlnriula. IAS. F. HARHHON. Caalrmao of the Facnlty. NEW WIDMIK CMLLEti. t.-HAaraaao lata.) REWINAKY OLLEOE FOR YoUNU LADIFJt, I FOR YOCNtf MEW. with Preparatory A Prl-1 with Prapaiatarya BooV mary Schools tsar Girls, i neat Hcnoolj for Boya. FALL 1 ERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 12, last. Distinct Course ol Htad y and bovernmeat. Hep. a rata Buildings. On. Management. For fall la formation addrem KRV. A. M. JELLY. D D., President, fcew Windsor, Md. Klrs.EmmaC.Tnclier TTTTLL BEOPEH HIE SCHOOL, AT T7 UK V V den street, beptember 17th. Elocutloe, Vocal and Inaromanlal Music aad lancing taught by spac ia lists. S late Female Colleoo, easrbta. Will Be-taa eat. aa. Ml B BERTHA E GORDON, Principal of tas I Iters 17 lAspanmant, .muted by Mas laaim r. Wa.te. Thaw) tad las are gradual, of oao of tho ao t Normal danoola of New York, and laaoh a a'-Oordauoti wtui tbe moat approved modem a A a aruBeDi aauaiactorur alWd Ample aornmaaodauoaa lor board log. Lraeatioa uusurpaaaed lor aaalth or beauty. For farther In- lormeuon apply 10 ST. MARY'S SCHOOL m a. Bo fa tar A, eapaa, Foam. A Balect Boarding aad Day ohool lor Towns La. die and children, auder tb. eaaanr. of tao Wire of st. Mary, ol lb KptMouel borca. Haabar of day pui-iis limited 10 oa hundred : boarding pa- f.lla to twenty-Cve. Bevea thoroughly aaaliAed ast-actom. Terms Board, tuition In Itogllab, Latin and Drawing, and booka, OSO. p. r an anas. For lull tniormaUoo. apply to Sisia-at ix. caatavutk.