THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-STJKDAY, JULY 20. 1884.
gmaitAl ASDVAPARIVRS 01 TRAILS.
Cfceaa a east, Ohio anl Smilliirnln
Train mora a follow! No. (mail dally) leave
t 1 a.m.; Mo. 6 iNewbern accommodation daily
.IMP iianday) at p.m. No. J arrivee at :ii
p.m.; No. lOtewharn accommodation daily at
oci runda; at 10 :li'a.m.
Ktupll l.ittiei RiMik Trpin m v
a iollnws (central limlArl ti.uel : rvc. 1 ;ont
ally at 4:41 p.in.t 'irrivc at II p.m.: !
leave at 5 a.m ; t.rirc at 7;V a.m.; r
(Jreigrit) leevej tlopuPit,!. la'.lv , .v.in Huii'i.'?,
t :fa.m.; arrives atn:2lli,.rri.
taaiville anil 2nxhvlil Trains mora aa
fellows; Past, mail arrival daily at 4:45 a.tn.t
tMTu al H :V) ii.m.t uail leeto daily at 8:lu
avm. rruwnsvil!e nceutniuod.ition leave daily,
aao.pt Sunday, at4:4.r p.m. I tnnil arrives daily
at 4:30 p. ni. I!rnwnville accommodation arrive
daily, except Sunday, at :li. a.m. (standard
Meeaphla Clsarleatoss Train move
Bt fulluwa: Through eipres leave dally at
T:W p.ni. Mail aul expresa leavea daily at 7:45
am. bomerville accommodation leavea daily,
leapt bunday, at 5:1 p.m. Through expreaa
arrivea daily at 4:1'. a.m. Mail and expreaa
arrival daily at 9:4 p.m. Bomerville aeeomm
elittlon arrive daily, ejeept Holiday, at 1:30a.m.
MlaHlaalppI and Ten ) Train move)
a follow: New Orleans mail leaves daily ati
asm. t empress, freight and accommodation leavea
dtiily, except Saaaay.at i:M p.m.; fraifht leavea
daily, axeept Sunday, at 7:10 a.u. New Orleans
mail arrive daily a til: 30 a.m. ; express, Ifeirht
and anoominodatioa arrivea daily, except Sunday,
at 8 : a. in , ; freight arrivea daily, except Sunday,
Haewaa CHy.Hprlnaaeltl and Memphis.
Fassonger train leavea M. and T. depot at :40
a.m.; arrives at 5:30 p.m. daily. Through freight
leavea West Memphia at llnlj a.m. : arrivea at
a.m. Local freight discontinued, freight
aw-l t'efcet nBr, ffo. II Madison street.
MRS. GEN. J. E. B. STUART PRINCIPAL.
nUK next aeaaion of nine month begin Wept.
J II. 111. Kflicient teacher in every de-
Imrtincnt. Number limited. Term reasonable,
'or lull particulars apply to the Principal.
r.ilirevforlli rVliool, Raltiniore, Md."
"I (MUI)I.( AND DA V SCHOOL KOR YOUNO
I ) Ladies and Children. The 22d School year
begins Thursday, September llh.
OiroulnrH sent on application to the Principal.
iMhiS. H. P. LKKEUVRK, 59 Franklin t.
Hannah More Academy for Girls.
Fifteen mile from Baltimore. Noted for health
fulae', thorough Instruction, enroful traietng,
aad the refining Influences of a Chrietten home.
KK V. ARXUUR J. RICH, A.M.. M.D., ,
KbiNteratown, Ma .
T OCATNYW tiaalthrtil. Accessible
I J point. Weil endowed, beven schools of
Instruction. Exone moderate. Next t rm be
gin September 4. ?Ji. bend for catalogue to
JA.MbS U. rWUA. Chairman Faculty.
Near CH ARLOTTKHVILLK, ViaomiA.
for Tloy a mital I umhk aien. Fully equipped.
Ilegin Nepletnber lulls. Hend for Catalogue.
Kav. KIHIAR WOODS, I'll. 1)., I- pB1NOI,.L1.
JOHN K. HAMPSON, A.M.. H'Q-,""PAm.
Thirty-first year hexlnt September loth. Best
facilities in on complete aod thorough Course
Knalinh. Hciwatitte and Classical. riuierior ad
Vantaxraia Music and Art. Address
IWv. fcs 1. I r.R, !.!., Uleudale.O.
IT.MVEKSITY Or VIROIXIA-.
TV.e Sixty-first session of this inatitution will
tipen October 1, 1KH4. Thorouxh instruction in
Literary, Scientific and Protoseionul Depart
moots, including Law, Medicine, Knxineering
aud Agriculturn. For information apply u
DR. JAM ICS F. H ARRISON,
Chairman of Faculty, P.O., University ol Va.
UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL,
One Mile 'rra Amherat, Vat.
li. A. STRODK (Math. Mcdulist, V. Va.). I'rin
cipnl and Instructor in Mathetuatic.
Vf. ARCH ER. M.A., Ph. B. (U. Va.), in charge of
8. II. HKNkV, Assistant Instructor In Latin aad
Thirteenth Session will begin Hep. 4, 1HH4.
t'loaesl Its IBIhyear with ric Isullea.
An active, nnigrevsive, nun-aeetarian acliool.
Thousands of piireut have tested its value, and
Mlill it innPftAUM.. A cr u n il nm l .lililiii w itlt
dining-room lit for a iiucoa was erectod during
the year. Open! Jept. lt. Address, for cata
logue, i H. W. K. Wa K IS.
ltELLE VUE II Ki II SCHOOL,
IIEDrRD CO., V1RCIISIA.
TjOR Bora and Young Mon . Fiapnrea foT Basl-
nesa. Collea-e or liuivcrsitv. Thoroitrhlv and
b;indsmely eiiuiptied. Full uorpa of inatructora.
lieuatitnl and healthy location.
Hot Catalogue, address
W. K. ABBOT, rrlneipal.
Itellevne P. O.
AugUHla Kpmle Seminary, Staunton, Va.
Miaa MARY S. BALDWIN, Trinclpal.
peaia Beptesnbeir Sal, Cl.ea Jeae, IMS.
UNSURPASSED in its. location; In ita build
ings and proun la lu general appnint
roenta and sanitary arrivngementa: iu full corps
ol superior aod ertlericnced teachers; ita unn
yaled advae.taea m Music, Modern Languages,
I.lonulion.. r'.ne Arts, Physical Culture and in
etructma a the Theory and Practice of Book
Keepiuv. The successful effort made to secure
health, com tort and happiness. Ita opposition to
xtvavaganoe; its atandard of aolid scholarship.
r or full particulars apply to the Prinoipal for
New Summer Resort.
rpait HOTKL AtTOUbTA, at ThayeT. Mo., 14T
-I- mile from Memphia, on the Kanaaa City
Toad, and located oa the southern sluie of the
Oaark Mountains, (a prepared to e.itertuin a lim
it number ol guosta during the, summer
months. Large, airy rooms, and well fur
tiiahed. The table supplied with all thedolica
sjioa e4'llie aaaaon. Coi nighu: cold spring water J
vie enosiiuitoes, and plenty of good fishing ana
?aebck riding. Reduced ratea oa the railroad,
lor rates, etc, apply to
J. J. ORAFTON, Proo'r, Thayer. Mo.
KG WPOUT KBWS, VA.
LOCATED on Hampton Roads, 8 miles r.hove
Old Point Comtort. Cool Ssa Bitraaas : Rri.(kp
raa Uay Fxvkr. A substantial brick structure,
having all modern eonveuiepcea. Situated on a
bluff overlooking the sea . kiexantly furni.ihed.
Table and service anur:&. ted. Apply to C. li.
OltCUTI, liu Broadway. Nev York, or t ,
J. R. 6WINER70N. MaaagerJ.
U...1 W.rick. K....-t N'.w. Va
Twin Foes to Life
Arn ludigcstiuit anA Constipation.
Their primuiy ayniploins are auioujf tho
moat diatrvesiu of uiiuor humau alhnent,
Aiul a IkvV of kliscam'a, apcctlily rcnultimt
1 rum them, lnutuiiUy u;gr:ivatc each other
ui aaauil at once tho wholo mavhtiirry
of Ufa. Nuuaea, Foul Ureatli, Sour
Htomacli, ULulness. lloaulachca,
Itlliotis Knvcr, Jaimatco, IyopaliH "
K llnev 1 lwHHen. Vllns Iiheuumt lni,
MfmritiKht Irriwy, nml vitrioii Hkiu
Ulaonlcns Zra aumnir tlio aymptuiu
iil malaO'ea causrd lv deraouuicut of
vi the at'jnun'h tail bowubt.
i A Thorough Purgativs
mcilicln fa rt flrst Twvcfialty for ctrr.
'Thru the WUuartie effect must bo maiii
taiini Id a liilkl di'Rrce, iust euftlclcnt
a rVi-iit n rectinvitce of cosiivcnoaa,
sinrl ut the name tinio tho liver, klUuoys
nml atiiiiiiuh must bo gtiluulutvU aud
Accoiiiillh this toatonttlvo work bcttpr
Unit any oilier iniHlifliic They aro
M'n'liiiiK urnl thoronuh, yet mild. In thoir
jiurviilivo action. Tlu'V do not priiio tho
paiii'iil, and do nut hidueo a cor'.ivo re
actio.Mialliertl'iH.'t of oilier cut linrtlc.
Wllli.il, thiy iwawaa apeciul rvroix'rtiea,
liuivil(v, lu-patic and tonic, of tuo highest
Juetlkiuul value aud ,
; Absolutely Cure
,ll dlwsHea prooectlinir from dinrdcr
of llie tllinwlh-e and svudmilntory onrana.
Tho piMinpt uo of AvKH'a ViUJi to
correct tho flr.t Indleatlotta of costive
nteu, nverta the aerkui illnesses which
iicv-li etof that condition would Inevitably
lipliii'O. All irrc.iriilarllH'M in tho action of
Iho bnwrla InoM-nrwi as well aa const)
tuition nro beuoticinlly coutrollitl by
A v Kit's 1'ii.ls, and for the atiiiiiilatton
of liiistivo omnia wenKcued by kiOK
(MiitiniKHl tlviiia, one or two of
Ayrk's ni.rs duily. pftir dluner, will do
uioro Rood than any'tliin clao.
Leading Physicians Concede
Thnt Aykk's rttj.s nro the beat of all
cathartic mcliciiiea, nnd nuiuy practition
er, of the hlKheat atnmliui;, cuxtouiarify
C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Katu
For aale by nil rrugists.
. KFCHItiLTEB aft MM,
TANNERS AND CURRIERS.
KX I' OUTERS OF
AMKUICA5I MAS UFACTI KKS
For introdnctlon to Central A nierioa, Mexico and
neat ana bast in.liea, for which we can
offer bpecial tndaeemeate. and
IsHBrlera of onrttn fram Above
lOit Chambers SU, New York City,U.8.A
So. tM In the District Court ef the United
Stales for the Western llirinuaof the Northern
District of Miasissirpi la faiaity lacoh
Thompson et ale., complainants, va. The Mem
phis, Selauaanii Brunswick Railroad Company
ana mtiers, uelenuunla.
TTNIhll and by virtue of the power and au
.j inoruy ennierreit pr tne uisiriei vourt
the United Males fur the Western Division of th
Northern District of Misxisaippt, in a decree ren
derail in the above ai. titled cause, on the .td da
of J uly. 1M. the nndrsiaut. Siiaml1 CokaiiniS'
aionar ia the above entitled cause, will, between
ine nearaoi noon ana 3 u clock p.m., ob
Monday, the 11th Jay ef August, 1SS 4
fell at publie aartion, to the highest bidder, for
rasa, in ironcoi me oonnnouae at Hour springs
Miea.. freed and discharged of all liens ami nn
eaoihraaces ol every kind, the proirty deseribed
ia said decree, aa follows: lue railnwd of the
defaadant company The Memphis, rwluia and
Ilranawick Railroad Company extendibg from
Meanphis, in the State of Tennessee, to and
through the Stale of Mississippi, by the way ef
Hour cpniiaa. u ine western Ooracrol Alabama,
m,.vui, ,u, H,ii,nu euu aeveniy.ave miles
i,w nmiirncwi in wnoie or in part, and all en.
Miingaiar in irancnisea, righta, prlvilrrea. iu
lunltios aod easements of the said railroad com
Snv. and ail landa. real eelate. tracks, si.l,
ka, tarn-out, line, rail, ties, biila-es, right
Vr-v, roadbed, and property and right of every
w oarncn f tne aaiu rauroaa iSpaBj id
t et of Tennessee and Mississippi. .
V aa rach Commissioner, I shall ouTy eoa
V purchsser such tili aa I ma; lawfuUy
' far said eecrea. O. R. HILL.
lf., July t, lest.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Bankers report do changes in the condi
tion of finances.
The cotton market cloeed yesterday
quoted quiet and unchanged in price, with
sales of 7 bales, all to spinners. Receipt
wir 'JO hales, of which 5 were by rail and
niy tvitgon and otherwise, f-hipments,
tin..-. Htock, 9487 bales. New York spots
:lo:'.ud Arm, with middling qnoted at 11c;
(mures closed dull, with July quoted at
11.0211.04, and 1 to 4 points advances in
other months. New () leans spols closed
steady, with middling quoted at 10 3-1G;;
futures dull, July quoted nomica!, and
other months advanced 1 to 2 points.
Liverpool spoU closed business moderate
at previous prices, quoted at 61oJd; fu
tures closed steady; July, July-AuiiHt
qnoted at 6 14-C4d buyers. ToUl to:k
at Liverpool July 18lh, iU!,000 bale,
against 9t'l,000 bales same time Jast year.
Receipts at all ports yesterday, 3'J7 bales.
Nothing new in general trade excepting
continued advance in lemons and a shade
higher for hog products. Iteceipts and
shipments yesterday were;
Seven brla apples, 71 tci bicon and
hams, 13 pkgs bntter, 78 pkjja Loots and
shoes, 3855 ba corn, 3855 ska cotton-seed,
8 pks cheese, tl pkgs dry goods, 24 pkgs
egxs, 378 brls ficur. i cars bay, 13 hd horses
and mules, 0 cars lumber, 17 pkgs liquors,
120 brls meal, 100 brls moluwes, 30 brls
onions, 3 cars bulk pork, 41 pkjjs tobacco
and 510 bu wheat.
One hundred and ninety-one brls ap
ples, 71 tea bacon and hams, 24 ska bran,
4 pkgs butter, 60 pkgs boots and shoes,
4100 bu corn, 1 brl cotton-seed oil, 5 pkgs
cheese, 67 sks coffee, 15 hd cattle, 48 pkgs
dry goods, 563 brls Hour, 25 balos hay, 3
hd horses and mules, 70 pk;s lard, 3 cars
lumber, 21 pkfr liquors, 40 brls meal, 'M
brls molaases,38 kgs nails, 23 sks oats, 174
brls potatoes, 2 cars bulk pork, 1 brl
packed pork, 93 brls sugar and 99 pkgs
Money 8 per cent on satisfactory col
lateral to regular customers, and to them
only in limited amounts. The following
table shows the clearances and balances,the
rates of exchange and prices of local stocks
and bonds at the close of yesterday's busi
ness: CLEARINGHOUSE STATEMENT. '
....I 7S.UW 13
.... 4 11,1ft! 13
.... Mil, 4 Hi 01
.... :ViO,8H5 68
t l'-M76 (M)
- 100,113 19
Tutal this wook. ........
Kama week, 1HXH.....
Same week, 1H9&
New Knaland light
.. pKci prem
.....y disut par
Bank of Commerce..... ...
State National ................
Onion and Planter.. .
noma M M.a 61
IliunT Cit... ... . StS'lut)
Ceorla . . TSna 82
riantara... . . Klfx
Mamiihis Cilor..... HK.
Hernando .......... .......1isJi41S
Arlington . Jtiiabid
Mamnhis and Charlaaton
. 4Ui4 IS
:. SvJ 10
falyuiaaippi and Xannassee....
la and Najthvill
iuooue ana vuio....-......
v, RAILWAY BOKDS.
Memphis Oit...... .,......... lot
Mouifhia A ChaMaiton 2d mort . 7a tltW6)10)
Meuirhia ft Charleston consols .lu0
Sampni at Littie Hook, 1st mort. 8 KRI
isaisaippi k Tennessee consols A ......... l.i
Mississii.pl Jk Tennessee oonsola B.....lU6
Kat lean.. Va. k Ua. ooncM !b..
Taxin-Diitfloteompromiae bond ..
n. oursnvomp. w...
amnhia tlaa ComianT atoak HS Mi wl
Memphis Qaa Company benda lu2 441(4
Ham. Wat. Co. bonds, accrued int'st. lsiv
aMaaiki Water Coaupany stock 50 60
Memphis Citj bonds, old .... 36 (s
Memphis Citjr compromise bond - 70 a
Memphis City eoupons from old bond S5 (4
Memphis City oou. from eomp. bond. 0 &
Memphis City ledger balanoes- .3.5 m
Memphis City judirm'taoneoa.A'bonds 35 aa
Memphis City parinc indahtadness.... 35 a
-Shelby eoanty (Mem. ft Ohio R. R.) 6100 102
SUeiby county (M. k 0. R.R.) long .Vti)4fil
Jhelby oeaaly waTrant....,.-.... 5 W a
Wiaalipi Lerea scrip , 10
I'ionexr Cotton St i 1 1 a .. .. gs (A 90
Cot. Kz. bail, bonds, ao. int. added par (0
New York, July 19. Money easy at 1
per cent., closed offered at 1 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 6(?i per cent
Sterling exchange bankers' bills quiet,
433 ; demand. 435.
Bonds Governments firm. Kail ways
firm. State securities quiet.
Bank Statement Loans, decrease $1,
213,400; specie, increase $1,119,000: legal
tenders, incroaso $1,745,300; deposits, in
creaxe f.230,100; circulation, decrease
f 53,200; reserve, increase $4,555,275. The
banks hold $18,410,775 in excess of legal
requirements. ' .
Stocks The npward movement which
sot in at the Stock Exchange yesterday
made further progress this morning. Fa-,
vorable crop advices and tho scarcity of
stocks were the causes at work. In the
early trading the market was quite active
and prices advanced sharply. The bears
became alarmed by the rapidity of tlrts ad
vance, and rushed in to buy, but owing to
the small supply of floating stock suc
ceeded in covering but a comparatively
mall amount oi their outstanding con
tracts. The favorable bank statement also
had its influence. At tne opening prices
rose to If per cent. After the first call
there watsa, reaction of J to- J per cent,
bvt aear midday speculation strengthened
and many stocks sold up to the highest
figure of the day and wek.- In the after
noon the market was lower in realization.
The decline from the highest point of the
day ranged from I to- 1J per 'cent.,
J orth western, bt, Faul, Lackawanna,
Lake Shore and New York Cen
tral leading the downward , move
ment. Compared with ' last night's
closing prices are to 1 per cent higher
tor Union I'acinc. western Union-, bew
Jersey Central, Central Pacific, Louisville
ana ivasnvitie, Uhicago, Burlington and
liuincy, Michigan Central, St. Paul, Wa-
rteli, .Lackawanna ana Missouri I'aciho,
ad l(ol Dercent. lower for Northwestern.
Lake Shore, Kansas and Texas, New York
Central, Krie, Northern Pacific preferred,
Oregon Transcontinental and Pacitic
Mail. Closing quotations were as follows:
V. B. 3a. 100'v. 4a. I ML
4. Paoifio 6 f 185, 124.
P. nrsU. 100.
5. P. land graaU. ST.
. P., Kio U. dir., ini.
V. P. firsts, 'a.
U. P. land craat. 7'-,.
U. P. sink, fund, 4!.
Virginia 6. 33.
Va. eon., ex-ia. ., 33.
Va. consoi dfd., 4.
Erie second, 55.
Uhiah A W ilkes., Hi.
L-xiniaaa eonsola, 67.
Misaoeri oa, 2.
8k Joseph, los.
M P. ftb.C. arstj.114.
eiia. ha. old. S.
lean. a, naar.oS'i.
Adaaas Express, 12S.
Mobile A Ohio 8.
A'legheny Uentral, li.
Alton terra U., 24.
Morri A KaeeK, 9 ft,
Naaai. Chat., 41).
N. J. OenUal.57'.
N. A W. fd. ItiS.
Northern Pacific, Wi
North' Pae., af.i. 44?;.
North weataara, tt'-'H.
North area tarn pfd, 18.
M. Y. Central, i'a
Ohio Caatrai, 1'..
Ohio A Miaaueippi, 21"-;.
Ohio Mis, pfd. S&.
Oatario WeaUra, 10.
Jraaron 01 avigatioa , 7'i.
Oregon Trans.. :',.
Paeifie ilail, 4ii.
Pallaaaa Pal. Car, 104.
Rook Island. 110.
St. LB. P.. 14S.
est. L. S. P. pM, -T.
St. L.A3.F 1st i ld,77.
A. T. H. jffd, TO.
Aaaeriean Kaprnss, 90.
I..C IV H.,bS
anada Pacite. U'l.
Canada Soathera, aj.
thesaieake A Ohio, 8.
C, A 0. 1st pfd, 14.
0. A 0. i fid, V.
Chicago A Alton, 127.
ii A. l.fd. 14l).
c, u. y., r'.
v.., ni. a, at rr-. u., ft.
C. St. U. A P., H.
0., At. L. at P. Pfd. 15.
-'.. f-ae. v., L:
C. C, 4..
Del. A Lack., hif,.
enrer Kio ., s.
Val lrniisaMi, H7.
luut Tann. pld. 6,'..
rert Wayne, 1.7.
M faal, h
Hannibal St.Joe,38?. 8t. Paul pfd,
II. A St. J. fd. SSVk.
J.-t. P. M. A M., 86.
tit. Panl A Omaha, tti'i
St. Paal A If. I.H, ST' v.
Teia Pacific. '.
Union Pacific, S4-' a.
vr.. m f. a t i. -
Il.mat.m it laxaa. 20.
Illinois Central, )!3.',.
It. at W ., 1.' ,.
i.saa : Tain. 14Ti.
LaaaKrie A Weat.,v.
IjiKo bora. 71
W.. St. L.A P prf. UK.
Louisa. A Nahv., 2S. Well A Fargo' Ki .llW.
i o a a i'ki in ui...-- it-:-.
... a. v u . . , , ... eiwra umvniiw.
Mar. A Cic. lat nf.l. lfl. Il..n.l.k..
Mar. A Oin. 2d pfd, 6. lum Silver, UJ.
Mem. A Caariei n. 24, Ontario, l'J.
.aH-hlcae. Central, M. Quicksilver, X
Minn. St 1... Wi Quicksilver pfd, 22.
Mum. A St. L. pfd. UT. 1 Southern Peclao, .
Mi.wnrt Pacific, fsa. Satro, 10.
'Asked, taoaale. XEx-dir.
Transactions atrtrrocated 224,000 shares.
l.S.iKO Lackawanna, 19,000 Lake Shore,
lil,is Northwestern, S7,l) St. Paul,
,mi I nioa racifto, Ah'w Western tnion
RIW UKLKANa. JUIV 1. Slltllt FX
cbantre on New York, $2 por $1000
iireiuiuru. Mt'rhnar exchange bankers
Losdov, July 19. Consols, 100 5-16
consols account. 1003: I. nitd Stales 4s,
10!t ; Krie, 14 J; Erie seconds, 551!; New
i ork fjentral, ti ; Illinois Uentral, "
Pennsylvania Central, orij ; Keading, 13J
Canadian l'acilic, 4dj ; St. Paul, 74 j.
Pakis, July 19. Rentes, 761, 87Jc
THE COTTON MARKETS.
The local market opened and closed
quiet, with quotations unchanged, and
sales of 75 bales, to spinners. Quotations
at the close were
Yesterday Day Before
Mood Mi.l.ll.Qf ll u
hiidulina 'ir 11I 11;
Fair.. .... ,., Num. Knu
Main. ITa?aO; tinces, W J10'c; ilaty, 3
Maarata. July 19, 1&S4.
Stork September 1. 1883 MSI
keceivea) tolay LVl
Keoeiaei renonsly 447. list
Uonae eonsumpuoa to date..H
Stock, running account..
I B a rar mi week
i far last wsslt
Saaee Septeaaber it
I.onisrilte ami Nashville A O. S. Railroad.
Choaaiaiaka.llhio and S. W. Kilri.d ..
KaniuuiVily, ttpriartiild A aleiuihia K.H..
Waarona and other i,r.
' ' Total
fhns far thll'werk
ba far laat week.
Hiue baptamoer Ul
- , 42.215
Sew Jprkepotj opened quiet tnd
nominally nnchanged; at 12, firm; at 2,
firm, closing firm, with sales of 1160
bales, and contracts 200 bales. Closing
Testerdny Day Before
Ordinary W.i '4
Wood Ordinary.... 10 10
Low Middling VH
Middlina; 11- 11-
md Middling JJJ4 Vi
New York futures opened quiet; at
10:22. quiet and steady; at 11:34, dull
but firm; at 12:30, dull but steady; at
. , 1 1 . n.n .1 11 - 1 . ii . . .
l :3o, ami ; at ;ov, umi, ciuHiug uuii, witn
sales of 22,000 bales.
III Oft ialO.Sai
The New Orleans spot market yesterday
opened quiet; at 1:30, quiet and steady,
closing steady. Sales, 800 bales. Closing
Yesterday Day Before
Ordinary 1 U-1S 8 13-lti
Good llrriiii.ry j 13-(i 9 3lli
Low Middling 10 7-16 10 7-16
Middling 10 13-16 10 13-16
Uood Middling H 1-10 11 1-16
New Orleans futures opened steady ;
ut 11, dull; at 12, dull; at 1:30, dull,
closing dull, at the following quotations,
with Bales of 10,000 bales:
Yesterday . Pay Before
January ..10.3l 410.31 ll.2Ha!0.2
February 10.41c10.43 10.3'.J 10.41
March 10.52"10.5t 10.50;10.52
April- . (4
May a H
June.... .- . (
July..... mH.......HH..norainnl. nominal.
An lost 10.H2i4lu.83 10 8I(1(I.S3
September 10.RHallll.62 10.5!Kial0.60
October 10.:aKa:10.32 10.28(sl0.2!!
November ..10.i!0al0.2l 10.Htta.lo.lU
December 10.2tK910.2l 10.1100.19
Das' reoeipU, 883..'l..."nZn.. 1,IK9
Day's receipts. 182. ; ft)8
Tills I Last Last
Week. I Week. Year.
Receipt, 1 dny 397 359 1,029
Export to tlr't itritain 82 2,8itl
Exports to Continent... ... 50
Stock at all porta.... 257,7171 285.220 S44.E32
Thia Last Year
' Year. Year. Bol'ore.
Receipt ainoeSop.lst. 4,7S0,iW 5,9H7,12'i 4.605,821
Foreign exporU 3,747,001 4,5h3,13 i 3,451,021
Steck at U.S. porta 257,717 344,8:J2 22U.109
Decrease in receipt ... 1.156.4-"8..... ,
Liverpool spots at noon were quoted
business moderate at previous prices, with
sales of 5000 bales, of which 3000 were
American. Receipts, 4000 bales, of which
3000 were Amcrcan.
At 12: Ordinary, 5Jd; good ordinary,
5 13-ltkl; low middling, ii 1-1 (id; good
middling, OJd ; uplands, tijd ; Orleans, (ijd.
Liverpool futures at noon opened dull
and inactive; August-September, 6 16-34d;
September-October, 6 1 3-04d ; December
January, 5 62-tt4d ; September, 6 18-64d.
At 2: July-August, 6 14 04d, buyers;
August-September, 6 10-t4J, value; riep
temberOctober, 6 15-04d, sellers; October-November,
6 4-64d, sellers; November-December,
0d, sellers; uecember
January, 6 (13-64d, sellers;. September,
0 13 Old, buyers. Futures closed steady.
Ocfts White, 65c; mixed, 61(C2c from
store. From levee or depot: Round lots
in bulk, shelled white, 6iKn)G0c; mixed,
54(5T)5c; sacked, shelled white, C2(Jc;
shelled mixed, nominal, 58c.
Hay Strictly choice, from store, 90c;
prime, 8oc; prairie, 65c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $16; prime, $13
14: prairio, $1011.
Flodm From store extra, $3 50
3 75; doable extra, $44 50; triple extra,
$4 50ft4 75; family, $5(35 25; choice,
5 &0(a5 75; fancy, $ti6 25; extra fan
cy, $ 150 40; patents, $6 507; round
lots from levee or track 1025c cheaper.
Corsmeal Standard, $J 85; pearl, S3 75
from store; 5c cheaper from mill) levee
Bran From store, 85a per cwt; round
lots from levee, f 1.11.1 30 per ton.
Oats White, 4,"(d4Gc fromsWre;mixed,
4244c from store. Round lots from levee,
white, bulk, 3Sc; mixed, bulk, 34c;
sacked, 2c to 3c higher.
0tmbal in half barrels, $3 754
Cracked Whiat-In half barrels, $4 50
4 75 from store.
Hominy akd Grits From store, $3 50
Rice Louisiana, 56c; Carolina, 7
JJkass Navy, $2 50; medium, $2 60;
common, $ 1 502.
Louibvillk, July 19. Grain market
quiet. SWheat No. 2 red winter, 82S6c.
Corn No. 2 white, 61c ! No. 2 mixed, 53c
Oats No. 2, 34JC
Kansas City Jftly lft. Wheat quiet;
71 Jc bid cash, 71 jc July and August.
Corn quiet; 41c bid cash, 41 jc August,
41c bid September. Oats dull ii nom
inal. '. St. Lo'cm, Jnly 19. Receipts Flour,
4000 brls; wheat, 81,000 bn; corn, 15,000
bu; oats, 14,000 bu. Shipments Flour,
VD'JC U.-ui , wheat, i0,00G Mu', corn, i!,yx
BAi.T'Merui, July 19. Receirts Flour.
25 brls; wheat, 89,000 bu; corn. 5000
bu : oats, 2000 bu ; rye, 300 bu. Shipments
Wheat,100,000bu; corn, 11.000 bu. Sales
AVheat, 13,000 bu j com, COOO bu.
CiitciMNATt. July if). Flour dull; fam
ily, $4 4 50 ; fancv, $4 755. Wheat ac
tive but lower; new No. 2 red, winter, 90c.
Corn firm; No. 2 mixed, 5o551c Oats
quiet but steady ; No 2, 33 Jc. Rye strong
nd Higher; no. z, bc.
Chicago,. July 19. Receipts Flonr,
000 brls; wheat, 18.000 bu : corn. 127.000
bu;oats,ll2,000 bu; rye, 1000 bu; barley.
none. Shipments flour, 1,000 brls;
wheat, 111,000 bu ; corn. '47,000 bn ; oats.
94,000 bn ; rye, 4000 bu; barley, 8000 bu.
New Ori.eani, Julv 19. Flonr higher
grades, $4 905 50. Corn in fair demand ;
mixed hitner, o.aH4c; white quote! low
er, 80. Oats Western, RJc higher;
choice, 3!40c; fancy, 40c; Texas quiet.
Cornmeal dull and lower, $2 80. Hay
quiet; new prime, $ 19; choice, ill', ivice
Louisiana, ordinary to prime, 4i5jc.
Bottxr Choice creamery, 2523c :
dairy, 1520c; medium, 18c; butterinr-,
lawuc; country, 12l!s. .
Cheese I'mne flats, I0(a12c; NewYork
factory, 10121c; full cream, 1012jc;
oung America, 10 jc
Msss Pork S17 60C"ils per barrel;
sugar-cured hams, packed, 1313jc'
breakfast bacon, ll12c; clear rib ba
Bulk Pork Clear sides, 95c: clear rib
sides, 8,8Jc; shoulders, OJc.
L.ABR l ierces, 81c: halt barrels, 8 sc:
kegs, 8J9c; buckets, OJc; half-buckets,
9jc;20-lbtins,8Jc; 10-lb tins, 9ic; 5-lb
tins, 9Jc; 9-lb tins, lJc; choice leaf,
Cincinnati, July 19. Pork auiet. $16 25.
Lard dull. 7c Bulk meats stronger:
shoulders, 5Jc; short rib. Sic. Bacon
firmer; shoulders. ec; short rib. 91c;
short clear, 9Jc. Butter dull.
Loci8ViLi.it, July 19. Provisions quiet.
Mees pork, $16 60. Bulk meats shoulders.
die; clear uh. 8Jc; clear sides, Sic. Bacon
shoulders, OAc; clear rib, 9c; clear. OJc.
hugar-enred hams, lbjc ltrd choree
Nsw Orleans. Jnlv 19 Pork. 16 50.
Lard tierce refined. 73c; keg. Sic. Bulk
meats in fair demand; shoulders, parked,
easier and quiet 6.30c; long clear and clear
rib, Sc. Bacon shoulders, 6Jc. No sides
here. Migar-cured hams, 14c.
Stoah Pure wliitfl, 7J(S75c: off white.
77Jc; vllow clarifinil, ti(o!7c: onen ket.-
t.ln. 6i(ac: refined A. 71ei cmnnlated.
7J7jo; jiowdered, SJ5 cut loaf, SJc
Ookkkr Common. llX5il0ic: ordinary.
103()llic; prime Rio, 12c; choice, lu'ic:
old government, 20(i'J8o.
Molassks Louisiana, common to fair.
253l$c ; prime to choice, 5"4Sc ; fancy,
50c; syrup, S0(240cj conLrifuiral, prime to
choice, 33ii$4cc; common to Ltir, 25530c.
rJAQOiso asd Tia BagKig, jute,
lUc; Hax, KKAlOlc, accordiua to weight.
Ties, f 1 35.
ToBAtvo Common, 11 -irii-Vi, SV3-V;;
other grades ia sty!s, 35HV Sniill
Garrett's, fll per case; Ruphe's, $10 25
per case; railroad, $'.) 2510.
Casdlks Full weiuht, 14c.
Soap 3f!i)ijc per pound.
Salt Ver car-load, f 1 a(.il 50 per bar
rel ; $ I 4,l 65 in sacks ; pockets, bleached,
2 J(S?c ; coarse, $1 2tXl 40; car-loads from
levee or depot, 6 10c cheaper.
Casnku Uoodm, Etc. I'rices perdoien:
Pineapples, $1 60(.l 60; peaches, 2-lb,
Standard, $1 60; seconds, tl 40; tomatoes,
24b, standard, 95efA$l ; 3-lb, il 25f)l 35 ;
strawberries, $1 25(5U 50; raspWries,
$1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 10l 25 ; trreen
gajres, fl25150; pears. No. 2, fl50;
plums, $150; aaparairns, $4rt4 50 ; preen
corn, flfjt,l 10; green peas, !KV-Qil 50;
cove oysters, full weight, 1-lh, $l 15;
cove oysters, li;ht weight, 2-lb, $1 SH); cove
ovamrs, iignt weiKlit, l-lb, t-c; cove ovs-
Uirs, Iixht weight, 2-lb. IU 20; comlonsed
milk Crown, $6 40totf50; Eai;le, $8 25;
XkwYokk, July 19. Coffee spot, fair;
Rio quiet but steady; options active but
lower, sales, Itt.oOO bags Kio o. 7.
fupar uniet but steady; yellow, 4i0i
K; confectioners, 6c; cut loaf and
crushed, 7Jc; granulated, 6 13-l6:c,
atlnaa;. ratal and Praalal.a Marketa.
IsrioiaL to th arraaL 1
Ciiu-Ao, July 1!). The course of the
week's seculativ-.iuarketai on the Board
of Trade baa been rather irregular. "" "Dur
ing the early days dullness and inactivity,
'with a gradual falling olf in values, were
the leading characteristics of all articles
except pork. Later, however, there was
a quick rally, and everything ended about
Wheat started out very slumpy. A few
carl oads of new grain were received here,
and marvelous tales were told of the im
mense arrivals at St. Louis and other
points. According to the bears the farm
era were in desperate need of money, and
anxious to get rid of their produce at any
price. The cholera scare also excited a
weakening influence, and when thecds
tomary number of Eastern failures
were added, few bulls could be found with
sufficient courage to take hold. Specula
tion seemed dead. Traders sat on the steps
of the pits and talked' politics. Even the
decrease of nearly 2,000,000 bushels in the
visible supply failed to create-more than
momentary excitement, and prices de
clined almost while the figures were being
posted. Toward the close of the week,
however, when the bulls had about aban
doned all hope, heavy shipments and a
rapid decrease in the local stocks of con
tract stuff, together with stories of damag
ing weather in the West and Northwest,
frightened the shorts to cover, and, as
nsual, in their anxiety to get out of harm's
way they bid up values on themselves.
Encouraged by the sudden rally alter long
weeks of dullness and a steady shrinkage
in values, the bulls returned with at least
an appearance of vigor to the contest; but
as soon as outstanding contracts were
evened np the demand vanished as
quickly as it had come, and though a
few outside orde s which were started by
the upturn dropped in, it was evident
that the excitement was over, and while
quotations are acknowledged by all to be
exceptionally low, leading traders are of
the opinion that hampered by fear of the
new crop and general financial demorali
sation, the market will 'drag along until
the grain now being harvested begins to
move freely. Still there art! experienced
traders like A. M. Wright, Robert Lind
blorn, 1). H. McDermid and George Brine
who are rampant bulls, and predict 95c
for the September option.
Corn has ruled much more steadv than
wheat on account of the small visible sup
ply and the heavy shipping movement.
Shorts appreciate the fact that However
large the coming crop may be, and how
ever rapidly receipts may pour in after
harvest, August and September contracts
must be filled from the old crop, and on
the slightest suspicion that any big
operator is -tilling up a little heavily, all
hasten to get ashore. This kent tha mar
ket excited and feverish durinc the first
part of the week, and when near the end
John Rumsey, who is generally regarded
as B. P. Hutchinson's broker, was found
to be taking all offerings without dicker
ing about price, knowing ones quickly as
serted that "Old Hutch" was nreoarinir
for a corner. Should this Drove
true, there is little doubt that the
deal will be carried to a successful
isue, but conservative operators ridicule
the i iei that "Old Hatch" has any such
intentions, asserting that he is far too
long-headed a speculator to attemot such
thing,congidering the small short inter
est in the market and the speed with
which it would be covered on the first
intimation of a squeeze.
"Why," said Deacon Hobbs this morn
ing, "about all the bears are ashore al
ready. Ko big traders have lines out
And then what could Hutchinson do With
the load of cash corn which would be left
on his hands just at the beginning of a
new crop year I JNo. Rest assured there
will be no squeeze and no great change in
valnaa until afta hv4-aet '
Lard and ribs have Rvmiiatlii 'e.l with
wheat, values slowly Bettling back at first.
followed by a partial fecoVery at the end.
Since the clique unloaded its ribs
both articles are thought to be on a
healthy, legitimate basis and both are con
Pork is still controlled by Armour. In
small lots for consumption it can be ob
tained quite cheap, say $lo 50 per barrel ;
but if a speculator has been unlucky
enough to be caught in the big packer's
net, it C03ts him $23 50 to settle evervthinw.
and some knowing ones predict that if the
tew remaining shorts don't get out of
harm's way soon it will cost them a round
Steadiness characterized our markets
in all departments of trade to-dav. with
corn looking above yesterday's prices in
uoiu nmu auu zuiure transactions. The
beais have as yet failed to move the bulls
from their formications in the provision
market, and hog products hold on well to
the past week's advances. Hogs are also
stiffer In brice, closing a shade above yes
The opening and tloeing hrices in ali
departments were as follows:
Coi-n spot, 54c. 54Jc : August. 54Jc. 55c :
September, 543c selling. 555c asked.
Wheat spot, 831c, 83Jc; August, 841c,
84 Jc; September, Stic, 85c
yats August, 20jc, 26Jc; September,
-ObU U1U, UC OKI.
Pork spot. $23 50. $23 50: Anonat.
$23 50, $23 50 ; September,$22 25, $22 25.
Ird spot, $7 10, $7 10; August, $7 12
bid, $7 12J ; September, $7 321, $7 25 asked.
uiear rib sides spots. $7 80. $7 80: Au
gust, $7 721, $7 72 ; September, $7 80,
liogs $o5 7o.
St Ionia drain aad PreeJelon Marketa.
rariciii. to Tfik appeal. 1
Sr. Louis, July li. Sellers' demands
for higher prices on corn for cash were a'c
ceded to to day, but on August there is
still a Variance tl opinion. Wheat and
oats are lower all round, while pork is
weaker in buyers' opinion. Lard shows a
shade higher, as do also clear rib side.
Hogs are strong, but lower lor light
Corn opened and closed at 47i43c.
August opened at lS48?c selling, and
c'.oned on hi.la nf 4SIc.
Wheat opened and dosed at R596l.
August opening and closing at 84ac, bep
teinber closed on bids of 861c.
Oats opened and closed at 35c for spots,
and 24c for August.
Pork closed on $16 asked, lard selling at
$7, and clear rib sides at $7 90.
. Hogs closed at $5 105 75.
Vboktblbs Oniona.yellow, new Louis
iana, $33 50 par barrel ; anti, 25. Po
tatoes Irish, new, fl oOfnU 00; loose, $1
per barrel. Cabhage, hohie grown, $57
per 100. Garlic, 1 1 per '0 .
A rrLM Choice and medium, new,$l 50
2 r bArrel. Dric-1 iDiiles. 7(ai71c rer
pound front -foi-e. Dried pe.inhes, 7&Sc.
from store. Pi;:kles, meditim barrel, $7
7 50: half-barrel, S44 25; pint jars, $1 25
per dozen; quart ars. Si 7ff2 per dozen.
Fjtcrra Lemons Palermo, tO 50f)7 per
box. Bananas, tl2 50 per bunch. Co-
coanntA, $6 per 100. Peanuls red77c;
white, 8c; roastel, 24c hiah er; shelled,
10c. Almonds, lt?:. Texas pecans, 10
Wlo ; A-kauais, J(x:. i.nguslt walnuts.
15c; Juaples, 16c. ttlberts, 14c Brazil
nnta. 14c Kaisins London lavers, i- o
3; Imperial, $3 754. Brandy cher
ries, f3(j) J 25 per dozen.
Poultry Old hens, $2 5002 75 ; la rge
yonnz, $5; medium young, 50;
small young, SlCdl t.
Fkimr Meats iW.f (iool Kansas Citv.
W3Scby the carcass; choice heavy, 8J
Cidkr Mi.ssouri, $8 per barrel and $4 50
per halt-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, $ Jo
Kentucky half-barrels, $4 50. Vinegar.
8i)lJc per gallon.
Fuih Mackerel. 10-lb kit No. 1, SI ; Nr..
2. 90c; 15 lb. No. 3. 80o; half barrel, 5(.r;6.
White fish. No. 1, per barrel, $6 half-bar-
1 . . 1 11 1' f ' 1 Jen -r
rei, , uaii-uarrri, ihj.iij, ;o av.
OoTTOJt Sef.i Mbal Prime, f.o.b., $22
per ton. per car-load lota.
Cotton Sbsd Oils in car-load lots
nrimn crndn O. S. oil. 33f3k14c; off crn.le
oil, S0e; prime summer yello7 C. S. oil,
4tV(i43c; oflf summer Vellftw C. 8. oil. 37
()40c; Miner's so mcer yellow C. S. oil, 40
(j)4.c ; pnme summer, wlnte, 4Jc ; prime
winter yellow C. S. oil, 45c; prime winter
wnite V. a. oil, l c; choice cooKtne sum
mer yellow C. S. oil, 43C44c
Less than car load iota: Miners 4Jc;
prime summer white, 4oc: prime wintor
yellow, 4iic; prime winter white, 47c
choice cooking 6mirer JreiHow, 46c
1 he following are the wholesale pnees
ot lumlrer in this markot;
Black Wavnct isi and 2d, 1, 1 j and 2
in.. If rC ; common, foO; culls, $25(aV0.
Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in.. $22 50;
CYraiaw 1, n and 2 in.. 1st and 3d
clear, $27; common, $15; fn.-inr, 16, 16
PorLAt 1 ia.. 1st and 2d clear. $21 : 1 1
and i ita., lat and 2d clear, $24 : common
board, $13 50(itl4: siding stripe, 1Jt6, face
measure, 1st and 2d clear, $22; ceiling,
1x8 in., 1st and 21, $21 ; drewl, 1, U and
z tn., 1st ana f"i oot'n.JO; common
dressed. 1 in,, fli SO.
UkI- OtM 2ds. $17 50 ; common, $S(iUl.
Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $22 50025;
common, 1 and I in., l.-(i)lb.
Tiauutit Poular. i-Va-U; rvn-ww. $M3&
Cottonwood, $2 SOfntf; gam, $3(S4 ; onk, $
Mf.'; ash, fi(?s; blacx walnut, S2la(roO.
Cotton xr 000 1 to 3 in. mill run, culls
Lath Poplar, $1 60 ; cypress. $2.
Shingles Ko. 1, sawed or shaved, $4 50;
saweu or Bbavea saps, f.i.
Yellow Pixa 1, lj and 2 in., 1st and
2d, $25; dressed, $30; Mooring, 5 and 6 in..
$25; flooring, 3 and 4 in'., $27 50; heart
step lumber, 3.(n.40; f ceiling, $2o; ceil
ing, $22 50; I ceiling, $20.
ikes Imported port, $1 50(?6; sher
ry, $1 StXJrMi; champagne Ameriin ex
tra. $,(; Piiier llei.lsi.k. .Va27
Mumm's extra dry, $2!X.ii;U ; Kaederer, $211
(SV31; Ve.Cliquot, $31 (a,33; claret, $3 75(Sl
13 per box; Catawba, $4(u5 per ca.ie.
Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 50(2.H;
rye, t vx.
Chicago, July 19. "Whisky, $1 10.;
St. Lor is, July 19. Whisky steady,
Cikcixhati, July 19. Whisky firm,
Baltimobb, July 19. WhiBky steady
ana quiet, i 10.
NewObleajis, July 19. Whisky steadv:
11 vmriu iwuuru, ll u. -. .
HOI SE-Bl it.tl.4a MATERIAIJi.
FaUXiKC 1.UMHKB Yard prices Rough,
$15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pin I
"' IET KOLEC X MARKET,
CoAL-Ori Prime wtite, wbo'esale lots,
13c per gallon.
Clevrlaud, O., July 19. Petroleum
s.w. 110, - -
Pittsburg, July 19. Oil steady, trading
light; opened at 63c, declined to 62 jc, and
tallied to 62ic at noon,
flooring, $25; shingles, $34 50; lathing
poplar, $1 75 ; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths.
Extra prices for extra lengths above 20
Limb and Ckmknt Lime, 75c in bulk
delivered; 95c$l per barrel in store;
Louisville cement, $1 75 a barrel ; Roge
dale cement, $2 50 a barrel; Portland,
$4 505; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris,
$2 50. Hair, 6c per pound.
Nails $2 65 a keg.
Cobn-kbd Cattlb Choice to extra, 5(2,
5Jc; good, 4J4Jc.
GoAga Cattlb Choir. AJfSUJc; wood,
Si4c ; fair to medium, 33 jc ; common,
Sheep Choice sheared, per lb, 44Jc;
medium, 3 J4c; common, per head, $l
1 50; choice lambs, 50 to 7o lbs, 6c
Cows and Calves Choice milch cows
with young calves, per head, $30iH0; me
rlin m, $2025; yearlings, per head, $79.
St. Lor is, July 19. Hogs strong and
better; Yorkers, $5 405 70; packing,
$5 10(5 45 ; heavy, $5 605 75. Receipts,
1600 head ; shipments, 2400 head. Cattle
very dull, only small local trade at pre
vious prices; good to export steers,
$66 65; Texans, $3 5005. Receipts, 700
Chicago, July 19. Hogs receipts, 8000
head; active and firm; light, $55 70;
rough packing, $55 30; heavy packing
and shipping, $5 355 65. Cattle re
ceipts, 1700 head ; slow ; exports, $6 40
6 80; good to choice, $5 SKKS.Ii 40; common
to fair, $4 805 80; cows,24; Texans,
$3 754 90.- Sheep receipts, 200 head;
strong ; common to fair, $2 504 ; choice,
nOKSES AND MULES.
Horses Good driving, $125200:heav
draft, $I50(200; saddle horses, $125250
plugs, $40S75. ...... . .
HEW YORK UKY GOUD8 HARKET,
New Yobk, Julv 19. As a result of
many buyers in the market there has
been a very fair trade for Saturday, with
considerable attention given to seasonable
specialties. Many memoranda were com-
fileted and buyers are prepared to make
iberal forwardings at short notice.
Special Notice to Shippers.
AFTER the 19th day of July, tbe . a
steamer Kens Macraauly illeSaaMaaSsai
Withdraw from tha St. Frannia rlanr trailn. nn ac-
count of low water, aad tha ttonmer Coahoma
will take all freight aad pa.enfni en MON
DAY and FKIDAV, connecting with the steamer
iyeusberT lor all points on St. iiraacis river.
Through rates ami bills of laiiina; will be siren.
eamo as Detore, udiu iu.rther notiea.
.IAMKS l.ER. J..9np't.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
Memphis and Cincinnati Patek) Cv
run ijuuirMr Luua isntinviAAii.
M. M. Doom master.
Will 1 a a 7 ra p.bovft on FRIDAY, Julv Jth. at
p.m. For ireUht or pasBage anplr
K w . lmthtimIKIN is . it. r . .t i . Agt.a 7 wonro
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
St. Ijoniaand ! 0rlca.ua Anchor I, lue
a. Mall f UK-CAIRO AND ST. LUUI3.
VI I ltOilMUlHI
Will leave from" the Levee SUN'IMl. July
JHh, at 10 a.m., reserving the right to pat all
landings the captain may deem unsafe. For
freight or paisage apply to
u. Li. hall. rass. AKt.
AP STORM. Snpt.
lllrkuiHii, Cairo. NI. Louis and
way landincra Steamer
Annie A. silver
Will leave from the levee M0.NDA1, July
21st, at 8 a.m., reaervius the right to paas all
landings the captain may doom unaale. i or
freight or passage apply to
v. Ii. Hall, faas. Ai. t. AU olvrlM, Ageet.
Bt. I.onlaancl New Orleans Anchor Una
U.S. Mail toil C'AIKO ASD ST. 1,01) IS.
J. F. McCord master. aeS3,
Will leave troin the Levee TUESDAY, July
22d. at 1U a.m.. raaervina tbe riaht to uaaa all
landings the captain may deem unsaia. ot
freight or paesage apply to
i;. i,. i! am., rass. Art-
AT STOWM, ffnp't.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Ht. Lontn and Ac Orlenna Aiteknr .li4e
V. S, Mall FOR NEW ORLEANS.
City of Bayou Sara
vv . vy . itaKr...maaier. '
Leavea from Hhariboat on TUESIIAk. Julv
22d. at 3 p.m., reserving the right to pae all
landings the captain may deem unsafe, ror
, reighl or paage apply to
V. It. H11.1.. ra. A urt. a if Mi'KM. fnp i.
St. Insula and New Orleans Anchor Uno
U. H. Mall FOR VIOKSBURO.
Belle Hempliis kSlt
McKce. ...... master, "fSSSliaGSwfc
Will leave troin Wharfboat SUNOAV, July
30th, at It) a.m., rersrving the right to pas all
landings the captain may deem unsate. For
freight or passage apply to
ti. L.. hall, fas. Agt.. ad pivaat. md t.
St. Lonia aid New Orleana Anchor Una
U.SiMail FOR VICKSHURU.
iritis r $ DanulHAnaa .
WIIJ Ul I lUIIUbllbb, t''-rt'
Onnraa Tarvell master. if TjAj
Leave troin the Wharfboat TUEUAX, July
SUM, at 10 a.m., reserving ,th. right to put all
e rigufc vt pa
lanuinfr mo. eapiain ma
Ircight or jtassaa api'ly to
landing tho eaf.tain may doom unsafe. For
:ht or jtassaa apply to
I,. Ham.. Pass. Art. AT STORM. Pnp't.
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
For rvner Si. Franco. BlT.r Mall I.la
LIU 11 1' steamer? ranninc in eon- . all ' 1 at
neetirn with Meiujih.s and 1 ''- r-7iiasV
Rock R.R. deliver freight promptly to H itu-uurg
lyronxa. tno fiunK Lsoda anaauurmeaiate lana-
mg. craani reeeivea at all limes at.u. aoai..
K. depot, and through bills ladint aiven.
LEE I.IKE STEAMERS.
nempbis, rrtar Point aiaU Sl-mpriia
and Osesola a?acai Cumpsur.
For Helena, Ulendale, t'riar Point and all Way
E. T. Claa-ctt. .master I Hatt Rhodes ... elerk
Willleave as above unevery MONDAY, VEIN It, j
iiAl and r ain.ti, at ft o'clock p.m.
For Ran iolrh, Fulton, Osceola and War Landing
Hieainer DAX tUAXN,
J. H. CooVar, master. ..-J. W. Siritliers... .clerk
Leaves as abova ererr MO DAY, WEDNES
DAY and FRIDAY at S p.m. Tbe boau of this
line reserve the rif ht to J'iss all landings the cap
tain may deem nnsaie. utnee, no. t Maaison at.
For white river.
Memphis & White River Pkt. Co.
B. C. Postal mailer I C. M. Potalclerk
Clsurcndon, Devalla HlofT, Do. Are, An-
raxia,j3rKaaaporc ana nearer.
IiEAY a8 . MEMPHIS EVERY WEDNESDAY
at5n.m. Thronaa ratftfc to all mtints.
Freiarht consigned to Memphis and Whit.
River racket Co. will be forararded promptly.
H. n. I.OWK. Agent, on Wharflmat.
FOR NEW MADRID.
ror Uale 1'oint, TIptoaTllle, Faint
arleaaaat ana new Madrid Steamer
W. P. Hall, master.- ..J. D. Fuller, cluik.
will leive fnr NEW MADRID and all way point
EVERY MONDAY at 5 p ut. For treight or pa-
a:e apply on board.
Milt Harry White River Mail Line
For Indian Bay, Clarendon, Derail Bluff, Aa-
go la., jacksnniHirt, Newport, and all
S4TE TIK l!t BIT TtHIXfi
Xhe Mf-niltia and Utile Bock Mailrnad
and Milt Harry l.lur, aix Uevalla Bind;
f. .... .nA Dn An u'hti. 1 it .
connections made. Freight reciVeu by 3iemihts
and Little Rock Railroad and shipped through
DAILY without delay. On arrival on trains,
Str. Jlilt Marry zs&
leave Devnlla Bluff for Indian Bj ". uVrendoa
and all iiiy 1 iudiog- evet-y 1 1; fcsD.V Y nr. l FRI
DAY at lu a.m. Leaves Devalla 1.1 1: J l I'efArc,
Augusta, Jaek?onport and pJewiH,rt .very
WEDNESDAY and SATl; RDAY at li m. For
Rates and Bills Lading send to No. V :tlonroe st.
PaCsencer Tickets for sale at Memphis nnd Little
Roc a Railroad ticket offices, and 2H7 Mtiiu St.
for cheap rates ana lal! lnlormation apply to
K. w. llllitjK.M!., Aaent, 7 Monroe St.
Jaaca B. Fbasklin, Pcasener Agent.
aar-C.tl.D.'s paid at No. 7 Monroe street.
Guile tt Light-Draft
Gives Better Satisfaction titan Any Other
(-in ou the Market.
t&- Attention is directed to their Late
Improvements, which are pronounced a
Perfect Sac cess. For particulars address
ATlnTT Tivmn lr . ,
jxauiAiia imud., Jieinpnis,
I'GLLETT G1X OOm AMiteJjty, La.
UWM1U I'OK BALE.
W.Til!.0ir.nia to any good party a complete
SAWMILL OUTFIT, and take iteut ia good
aan aad poplar lumber coaaiatin .f a i or -borne
power stationary engirt, with Su-ine. by lu
leet by 17' j inch . flue boiler, with o0-iaea ai.
sawmill, s-feet carrtita, MmtrUnetra Sj4
Moks. with ail tha l.tuii eoutwl, far taca.
KICHAiU) A t'L lLhoT. loaiiiiapoU. Ia..
kat- I ia V.
H t.?'4 . . . -1 I . ,M .
rrAri;. rr. iibJAi
Vicksburg 3ll Memphis. McKee, 10 a.m.
Bt Louis.. .......Citt Vicisbcbo, Kaith, 10 a.m.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND
Friar Point Coahoma, Monday, 5 p.m.
Osoeola......DiAi Adams, Monday, S p.m.
New Madrid uMm Trin, Monday, 5 p.m.
St. Lonui .A5Xu P. Silver, Monday, Sam.
Bt. Louis.. ..ComOxwiialth, Tuesday, 10a.m.
Vickburg....C'v PEOviDitxcc,Tueday,10 am.
New Orleans. ...C't Batoc SABA.TuoadayJ) p.m.
Whit River ..Chiciasat, Wednesday, S p.m.
Cincinnati Xi Srimclx, Friday, 5 p.m.
MOfEXEHTS AT THE LET EE.
lrrtro&. City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg ;
City oi Jew Orleans, St. Louis.
Departures. City o New Orleans, New
Boatf in Port. City of Vicksburg-, Mark
Twain and Rene Mac-ready.
Boat Due Down. Belle Memphis and
Dean A darns.
Boats Due Up. Coahoma, Kate Adams,
Annie P. Silver, Ida Darragh, Chickasaw
City of Vicksburg 6 bales cotton.
Thb Annie P. Silver is due np tbis even
ing for St. LouiB.
The Vint Shinkle, Capt. M. M. Deem, is
the t nday packet lor Uinctnnati.
Th Commonwealth, McCord, master J
leaves for SU Louis at 10 o'clock Tuesday
Thb Annie P. Silver, Bryan, master, is
bided for bt. Louis at 8 o clock to-morrow
morning. , ,
The City of Bayou Sara, Baker, master,
pasaes to New Orleans at 3 o clock lues
Tin Chickasaw, Capt Ed C. Postal, is
the Wednesday packet for all points on
White and Black n vert.
Thb City pf Providence, Carvell, master,
is advertised to pass to Vicksburg at 10
O clock Tuesday morning.
Thb Belle Memphis, Capt I. II. Mcfcee,
is the Anchor Line packet this morning at
It) o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends.
Henry Dietrick is her clerk.
Tub City of Vicksburg, Capt. Henry
Keith, is the Anchor I jne packet this
morning at 10 o'clock for Cairo and St
Louis. Geo. Walton is her clerk.
Thb Mark Twain, Capt W. P. Hall, is
the packet Monday e rening at 5 o'clock
for Hales Point. Tiptonville, New Madrid
and all way landings. Col. J. 1). Fuller
has charge of her office.
Tbe Dean Adams. Capt Henry Cooper,
is the packet Monday evening at o o clock
for Osceola and the upper bends. Wm.
Smither and Charles Bourne are her
The Coahoma, Capt Thomas Claggett,
is tbe packet Monday evening at o o clock
for Helena, Friars Point and all way land
ings. Will Ashford, Will Darragh and
George uanningliam are ber clerks.
- dEHUAL 1EWA,
We'll all go on the excursions to-day.
Bk Bii-rs by river yesterday, 6 bales of
Blessed is he that owns an icehouse.
and it will be his own fault if be melts.
The sky showed "goat hair" yesterday
evening, which means rain inside oi
The Citv of New Orleans, from St Louis;
passed down yesterday evening lor iew
Orleans witn a good trip.
Thb City of Vicksburg arrived yester
day evening from Vicksburg, and leaves 1
this morning for St Louis.
Tin Kene Macready gives two excur
sions to-day, Capt. J ack Leonard managing.
See notice elsewhere lor particulars.
Read the notice of the inducements
o5ered by Capt Ed Postal, of the Chicka
saw, for round trip excursions up White
river iust the thine for the hot season.
A nice boat a beautilul river, and omcers
as handsome and obliging as they are of
the Chickasaw are seductive influences
that should not be resisted. And then,
the rates offered are cheaper than the
Cbpt. Bek Eg ax makes a new departure
in giving an old favorite packet a sendoff
in a new trade: "Theinfufistea Jay Double
U Gaff has been Wisely introduced into a
new trade between the EncaiHpment of the
Miamis and the State of McCracken. iler
officers, however, are old hands at the
bellows, and are new in no sense ol the
the word. W. C. Tichenor, master of the
packet, is the adventurous cuss who in
vented the Cincinnati and Evansville trade.
.This ancient mariner began his nault-cal
career on tne Bracelet in lsaV. iietore this
he bad gone down the river as cook on a
flatboat, but this don't count K. S. Mc
Coy, his financial representative, com
menced his river life on the Gaff in 1876,
and is as good a clerk as ever attached a
signature to a bill of lading. The senior
pilot is John F. Carroll, one of the oldest
star-ttasers now in active commission. He
stood a regular watch on the Tobacco
Plant in 1847, before his partner was born.
Col. William CoUI js reins the fodder ar
rangements, and history cites no account
u .'..i ' u i u
" ? v 1 wiuuu ut) pre-
sided : but tradition, the old storv-teller.
declares he was steward of Mr. Noah's ark
in the year 1. I do know that this
gallant old rooster was a soldier in the
r.QKlish army at the battle of Waterloo,
for he showed me the Bilver medal that
was given his father for meritorious con
duct on the battle-field. Not to know the
spiritual adviser of this vessel is to argue
vonrself unknown in marine circles. He
hails from Brownsville; and was with
M-ichael A-ngelo Cox in 1840, on tho Col
orado, in tne Pittsburg and et. l.oms
trade. The latter individual referred to
is tne dude ot tne Ohio, tjol. Bi.ly Byer,
whose ereatest misfortune in life has b-.-rn
that his heart was too big for his body, at d
W 1 1 1 1 i - 1 1 " a.
us uaui aiaava uau iu leave iiasiiore in llie
care of some favorite of the fair sex. Eds.
WEATHER AND SITERS.
Orrrcai 8iokl Skbticb, TT. 8. A.,1
Mkhphis, Taaa., Jalj19, 1884. I
The following oheervationa arn taken at
tho tame mouenT cf tiraa (1 1O6 p.m.) at all the
guineas named 1
BeIow high-water-mark lb74.
Wheklinq, July 19. Noon River 3 feet
4 inches, and stationary. Weather clear
Ciscixn ati, Julv 19. Noon Rirer6feet
u inclies. and lalline. v eat tier clear and
warm; thermometer SQ. No arrivals or
Pittsburg, July 19. Noon River 13
inches, and stationary. Weather clear and
warm. it;ftt Kiver is inches, ana sta
tionary. Wesla&r Hear and warm.
CAiHO.July 10; Noon Weather cloudy
and warm. -Arrived: . Jay Gould and
barges, New Orlertns, T a.m. Departed:
Ltelle JkmDh'a. St: Txiuis. 8 D.nu: Jav
liould and barsres.Ht. Iohis. noon. Niht
River "z leet 2 inches, and nsine. eather
cloudv and warm ; thermometer 78D. Ar
rived: City of Cairo, Vicksbnre, 5 p.m.
Departed: City of Cairo, Su Louis, 0 p.m.
Louisville, July l'J. Noon River fall
ing, with 2 feet inches on the falls and
4 feet 9 inches in. the canal. Weather
clear and warm. No arrivals or depart
ures. Night River falling, with 4 feet 8
inches in the canal and 2 feet 9 inches on
the fail. Business dulL Weather clear
and warm. No arrivals or departures.
ISre Additional River on Fourth PnaeA
HOTEIEim OF Ot'KA.H RTE.41EBS,
New Orleans. July 19. Arrived: Hud
son, New York ; City of Dallas, Beliee. No
Oi MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS
CETAIiIiIC CASKS, Cariots, Cofin. Barial I
iX Botes, etc.. to. C.O.D. Orders by llegra
nl 1 . M.
POSITIVE Cl'KE FOB PILES.
.a-MOLD BT ALL Blls.T.-a
Hfsnptala, Tea a., Na. SJ43 fcwroad itrt
CURES Pile. Rectal Ulcere, Fiatala. Fissure,
and strictures without the use of the knife,
ligature or cautery. Treats Female and Chronie
diseases generally : care Cappers one application,
ft) ria, attrwrt, CittttnnmSt, OMa.
Tav vp on wttwh taei wacw printed at frota
,1 . . '.aadry.-a.utTua rraai.
H. A. THOMS.
i . -i '
Incorirorated Under tho Laws ol
the State of New York
April 21, 1884.
A Combination of In teres! s iu the
"Pan-Electric' and "The
Telegraph Comiianies," also Incor
porated Under the
Laws of the State of New York,
Direeton of the Roarrraj Trlraimpts attid
rtoh. OOV. J. W. IBN VBR. Ohio. President.
Ur. J. W . ROGERS, New Yfflrk. Vic-President.
ueo. FRANK ARMsTKONt. Texaa. Secretary.
Hon. KOllKKT KLUIX, Pennsylvania, Treasurer
lion. TllU MAS I. CKlllENDliN, Indiana,
J. 11 AKKl-t ROUERS. New York. Buparvisin
lion. HERNANDO D. MONEY, Misaiuirpi.
Col. R. F. LOON EY, Teone.see.
Hon. VAN U. ilANMNH, Missiasippi.
Dlrrrtoraj of the Pan-Electric Telephoa.
and Telesrraph C'ouapanlea.
Oen. JOSKl'U K. J0USST0N, Virginia, Presi
Senator 1H AM G. 1IAHRIS, Tonnessee, Vice-
Rmntnr A. II. HA WAND. Arkansas. Counsellor.
Hon. t'AXKl IOL JNU, iennessee, Secretary ana
Oot. JOHN C. BROWN. MIsaoufl.
Hen. J. D. C. AThkTSS, Tennessee.
Col. R. F. LOONlSMemiihis.
J. HARRIS UOiTEHS, liew lork.
the obfect of t' is company l to realize, ai'h
the Pan Klectrie Company, its most admirable
idea. t. c. to lutroducs inventions already made,
and to develop vast fields of electric ducovery
ihrniivh (h. ,,n,ijirf att,nt ins tho nriirinal nimnn-
let expressed itl " Uartu-d Ktrrtrivianwand tkUU
f.L 4i.. .... ... ' t..r ih Mtvtrnntni arnom eom-
oanv stock will be sold, having iu value baaed, not
only on lha new systems, but also "oa ihr fulmn
posndUiiiea 0 rircirmiv, ami on vaiaaDie prop
erties already belongiugto the Company.
I hn Koirra iHlearaitb and leleDnone com
pany" haa secured the rirnt to oirat in tne
State ot Pennsylvania, with her hundred towns
- . ' Ti U...LI. K . .... " with
a guarantee from the Parent Company to aeiena
infringement rail, should any ari?e againet it.
thia toleahon haa been introduced into New
Tork hy parties representing several million dol
lars, vhs aiva forty sr oant. of their local stock
and aio m msdm ravalty oa each instrument to
tne Parent Company. Jliasourl ana lexas nave
contracted to giv the aame, with iaJ.UUO cajh
bonus, and frr.m the various States already sold
nvfl.- t-i ISltLfHl in tnnncv and local stock bas been
secured sine January. The Pan-Klectrie Telo-
aranh. under the Judicious management 01 tien.
J seph K. Johnston, presidoat, and Senator
Ishani (. Harris, vice-president, aidea.oyan
able directory, ha also steadily increased tha
value of its stock.
k. iinr 1 Aiaaranti ana leieonona torn-
an"owrt 1 .'tTO,("i of the Itock certificate 01
tue Pan-Electric Companies of course, it own
t,uir mn,t in,lf,iMndent of its own value, in
crease in value, as the Pan-Electrie stock and
other properties belonging to it advance; and al-
tuougn tne state 01 ronnsyivama nimai seeiu, ai.
nrst view, to circuotscrioe iu irri,ui jr, iuui,i
dend, in point of fact, must arise from even
Kuuin ths tnion in which the Pan-Kloctric
and "American Postal Companies" prevail ; for
italsoowns i2,000,0iM! of "Tne American Postal
Telaarranh" atnek. to be nooled with a syndicate.
which has already eo tracted conditionally to
build 6d0 miles of No. 4 wires, to tap the tobacco.
cotton, sogar, Cattle and mineral market ot toe
Sonthwe'U , , ,
"Parthenon HeigkU, " near uiaaentDarg, na
also been purchased for a laboratory, and con
vnvad to "The Roaers Telesranh and Telephone
Company," nor would it be extravagant to pre-
tticl tnatinventions ana aiscovoriee, eiviua u
prieing value to the stock, may here be realiied
under Mr. Rogers, the supervising electrician,
who originated "lna National Secret Telephone
Nntr irland. THE Lawyer of the'Senate oi
tha llniud Statu, and unoaestinnably great legal
authority, thus refers to the subject of infringe
ment, and the Pan-blectrie lelepbonei
Wafhington, D. C. Jannary 4, 1SS4. J
Hon. A. H. Garland!
Tim Sir Mv attention ha been culled to tha
stork of the Pan-Kleclric Telephone Company as
an investment; I therefore desire your opinion
aa to whether the telephone ownea oy eaiu wm
pany, or any part 01 11, is o luiriue.naut u
what is known as the cell telephone, l.esnec
fully, U. E. MVliRS.
Wahhixotok, D. C, January 5. 18t4.
TIva Ria Tn twnlv tn vonr anestion nrononnd-
I ad in the note hereto attached,! beg to say; I
have given ILe shbl.-ct referred to mucn atten
tion, and have closely examined several opinion
delivered by different courts in controversies be
tween (hd Hell Telerhone COmnvny. Done r,
Siener Gliegan, and others, and I am clelltly ol
opinion That tne 1-an-n.iectric, namca uj
in no wis infringes the Lell Telephone, rrom
I the earliest decisions of our court to tee present,
although inventions may in tneir s-cnerai prin
inl,.s Kj, B.likA. vt if in their operation and work
ing there is an essential ur material difference.
there is noconflict to amount to an lntringcuent.
I'HI ii recognised in the historic cae of O Heilly
v. Xorse, 13 Ho., V. P. Bep. rt!. and in nu
marnns decisiona aince that: but more clearly.
and with more direct application to the matter
now in band, in wiougn vs. wanuiacturing ioin
pany, lta V. si. Reps., 174 (October term I nitei
Slates Supreme Court, 12.)
VTlthnnt atteinntina anv minnta detail touch
ing th .inventions in Question, I am Satisfied
thoroughly so that the difference between them
is wider and more distinct than that recognized
by the court in the case 1H L . o. Ken., bop.
Tha courts hold that a " Sul-tnntial dwrtvrt
from a former invention is patentable withuut in
fringing. IXi'ir ra. &enino j-ump to., iu, j. a.
ibis, in my jutigment; is moro toan enougo v
insure tne J'an-tlecirio teiernone lrnra any
charae of infringement of tbe Bell Telephone.
Very trulv, etc.. . .A H. UAKLAMf.
14. Ja. jiVKaa, rq., riatiunai uuuu, vnjr.
Senator Harris, another eminent lawyer of the
Senal of K I'nitei States, ba also given Ui
object profound invest-gation from Keisa i orig
inr.aiim, nf tha TclBuhfine. in Ueruiany.
down to Drawbaugh's. Bell' and i Rogers's repro-
du-tlfin of It in America; anu ueaxtny coucut.
1. I .. .4 C.tl.n.l
lha judge of the Supreme louri oi i-ennsyi va
i..v. i.t,lv denied an injunction to the Bell
Company on their broad claims: anal tbe most
eminent jurist throughout tbe ceTutry agree
with tbeui lu tne aoove opinion. -
Thns gnaranieed against infringement suiU.
and bavin secured right in tbea marvelous ui-
-. . .. . . . 1 r .ur tha virinuB i,roirties
described above, "tne iigera teiegravn n
Telephoa Company." inconorated under tbe
law of th. fc-iato of New ork. April il, lt-t,
was caoitalited at i5,UU0,otJ, divided into share
of ilUWeach. . . , t ,
It ia noasibla that th. Telephone stock alone
... i...il.;n. nt " tkr future tMMMtfit wa r t.'r
vricitu.may. like that of the 1V11 Compaay.
which waa capitaiiiea at iu, aai.taw, rise m
high price; but for the sake of rapid construe
..J n J.v.l.in tha rich mine, of electrical
discovery already ia sight, the company offer.!
; . .. -.. aM.n.tnn rvrar niinnrttinitlol
for bolder of this stork hold, in effec t, Aarai o
alt the above atocJcs.
SINGLE SHARES AT $00.
Urn hloelit U crter reduction : bat th rlgh
left Ki vatnrwa. t in mmnaflt. IS nueBri'tl
Thi tMimitiBV will al) uut UP tclenhonM. OB
Dn nuutf i ni Da.. I ui rupii iiiiauT p -
a-half street N. W., WaahiagUio. !'. C.and Led
w Suildin. PhUadalphia. ' I
Tolbaceo and Cigars,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
217 Main street ,Aww' Memphis, Tenn.
j.A.BAillT. ' ' ,'.,.: v. k; witt. '; -
J. A. BAELEY fc CO.
a .maicaia sauia
Wo. 338 SSaaanl StM.1. Cnrnoi- TT-ninn. Mannhl. Tana
Office 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.'
MrlaMrM aUI Claaa. .1 aVerebauidiaaB, ttlorefcoaawas, CtanrcbM Bald Dwrllltiffa.-
WM.M. FARRIJfflTOW, Prest- I H. T.I.FJMQX, V.-Vrew't lAI?KER Kt.
Estes, Boan & Co.
flfo. IS Union wtroot, Mompblw, Tenn.
Jokal S. SalllVKsa.
Wholesale Orocers, Cotton factors
Arid Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front
BETWEEN ADAMS AID JEFFERSON.
Mr. T. fr. RAIN BY derotes hi whola lima to tha Welchinir and Sal. of all Cotton intmta4 to oar
rlmr.r. Cotton Wnrf hnnsa. Washinstnn strert .
M. M.COOVER fc Co
91 AXWA CTTJHEKS OF
Doors, Sash.BLinds and Moldings
ALL KINDS OF DOOR
Bracket, Scroll-TTork, RoafD aad
161 to 179 Washington
Fnnlar Rrraat Cars Carrr rnn Ut tha MarVatnonsa. fHa Rnna frnm tha Mill.
Saceesaors to PORTER, TAYLOR ft CO,
WO. 300 FRONT STRKET.
I. is. oDwn.
. R. GODWIN
And Commission Merchants,
33ft Front fit., flor. Union. Hemuhltu T.nn.
SCHOOLFIELD, HANAUER & CO.
356 AND 258 JPItOXT
ANDREW STEWART, Neir Orleans. ANDREW D. Q WYNNE, Memphie,
STEWART, CWY1E & CO.,
KO. 370 FUOXT bTBET MEMPIIW, TEXS
STEVART BROTHERS & COMPANY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MJERCIIANTS,
REV ORLKAN. WH ISHMt.
IHlMItr A VELltiUTFULaDd KEFBESUISU FKAURAKCE ithe BREATU WITH
ITRADE MARK REGISTERED.)
For aale rvervwhrre. arlrlla4 11 dealrrw arlll t anarpllril by H'holeale Drag,
giata Urocers aad 4 oafeetiaarra af Jfrnatlila. or by
SOIi COIiMAJfa Mcmpliise Teniu
Woodruff Lumber Company
jV. WOOOBCFP, rralele. V. T. HAHH AH, Sfe stad Troaa
IrfaiinfUrlnreraof aad Dealers In
CYPRESS, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, OAK AND ASH
. B K 7 R H1 U I m 1. !L
T 11 W mSmTrm8mm&ism0 IT 111
Doors, Sash, Blind, Moldings
HAW AX1. PlaANEwO MILLS,
Not1i Front St., JS"ear as Works.
4. 1. Tajlor- W rniasiT. : t
e i3 v; i
Cotton Factors and
m m ph
296-298 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
HILL, FONTAINE & GO.
Cotton Factors. Commission Merchants,
Mo. 116 Mouth Jfain St.. Ht. Jaouia.
W. D. MUOH,
IQOHI & J07MB.
NO. 15 UNION ST..
11 ITnlon Strt.
Jan, H. rr.
A. B. TREAD W ELL. i b. .
GROllM, COTTON l ACTOIW,
A1 DEALERS IN LEY EE AXD RAILROAD COXTKACTORV SUI'PLIES
O. rATTensiW. Cotton Baloaman. VKOVT UT- MEWI'lll-
tne LI'ERfilORE F0UNDRY& MACHINE Co
16 TO 174 ADAMS NTKKET MEMPHIS, TEXV
- i-utlsism. lBillwa aad NhatttatT. K route. Cotton rre's., Flo rat
aww.-MlTSr .nd'amL'at c-7 -Ulm JJJ -Puiaps,
laainraiuni. laerlora, Brass Uooala. ftp, Piira t tlttaira,
aaal tiii.au.-Per Klovatora, laatrlatr. t rrstlsf ami Ornamental Iron Vrfrlt, Wta
iJlackimiU VTork aad Ueneral iUfair. axsava far alJwaa,
firAnsaa EI4.U 1tlAjlaa
,,1.IIIK JBL I IIVI aavvua
and Cotton Factors,
M. A. 4'lrk
St, Memphis, Tenn
AND WINDOW FRAMES,
BreaMd Lamlr, Shlmlr, L.tk, Kte
St., Memphis, Tenn
U. W. MAC'KAE.
JU I. Ml'JLLLV.
and Building Material (Jenerallj
S lvfemiaUlai. Xa
IwJtaimf a. nn
riiivh w uwi
W. II. JOHLH,
K tu atco AN.
OF AXD DKAi..KS is
dr. d. s. joimsoiri
Bc4wb) Bala aaal Tvmt, aayaaai
TtSTABLIBHKD UT W80.1
DR. JOHNSON 1 acknnwledged by all parti
interested as by far th most incoassrul pky-.
eases. Ouick, permanent ourea guaranteed in-avefy-wase,
male or female. Baeent eases or
(aonorrheaand Syphilis oured in a few day, wit
oat the use of mercury, change of diet er kip-i'.
last vestige eradicated without th. aa. of mer-
oory. Involuntary loa ef m.a gtopnad la a
horttim. Sufferers from impoteney or laJt
week. Victim of self-abuse and exoeaen
venery, inSering from p.rmatorrha and loss el .
physical or mental power, speedily and perms,
nently cured. Particular attention paid totb.
Diseases ol Women, and cures guaranteed. Pile
A IA al.knn V. ... A IIMllllt Aff
the knife. All consultation (trlotlyoonCdaatial.
Medici tie tent by .xprera to ail part 01 tn.
r- Worklngmen eared at half the nal prieaa.
Oftiaa hnnra from a a'aloek a.m. to 9 a. at
D. S. JOHSliOM.JI. P-
31 Court Place, 10U1SVIUE, KT.,
oil lK B llal aa obi pracauu arui prvT.
m Um malt of lf-aioa. la yoWa, ml -.wm ta atv
tarw jrmn, or hn mum ami K&C ut
lawlnt BrrU 1 Nrrmiw4ai. ISwiniaai IBno:-iM (ilrM afaa
loat 6y drMnut, LitDaaa. af hilil, XwVra U-un n . Vkr
WI laswy, P inplr oa Fan, ATtsi,a M w"y rratal-.
C.tiiMroa of Ureas LataM of Haxaal Powac, ate., narttit
aarrlac bnproorr f uibk'-r, sra lbaraag If aal paraaa
mUy i STPHIUS rV'T
Uratr tW-atl Araaa Um yitm, GoaOITfc
OLKJETa 'rbtti, Haraka lar Ku.
flUsat "(ia- wtnu dtMaaas) wkskly t.
li W aalf-rWl ihaia phwri.laa vaa pf wiwrtal at- a
Uom a eartala oIm of , at.1 tramline lnawaaa- ftaaa
ally, acqtrtr. rraat tkUL Fbvtkian. kaawtaa Uto tact fba
ranDtnayl arwat ta eara. Waaa ItUlacaaTaataat M
TtH Um HI ft tramtmni, taadMaa. mm bt Mat prtvaMly
aat laJal hj Mil at azraa. fcaywaara.
Cnrt4 Oaavrtuitwl iu all Ou
Caialfllwi, pavaaa)lv r hf Itttvr, fnt 4 tavyttw
CawUfM raaMtabl. aa1 lanttf Mrtatl VimUt
a PRIVATE COVXSELOR
a t- akulal ka taaaai Wall.
hoarifto,A.M.fc4P. M- Katrfay, t f 4 P. fc
A PRECIOUS BOON TO WO MAM
Worda of Xralaa.
I most aaraaatly entreat every female expecting
to ba eon lined to aso Mother' Belief. Coupled
with thii entreaty I will add that daring a long
obstetrical practlo. (forty-foar yean), I hava
never known It to fail to prodaeo a lafa and lok
delivery. B. J- HOLMKH, AUD.
A lady from on of th oonattot of Middle Qaor-
gla who ha boon aoting a midwife for many
years, write t "I bar dlspoaed of all tha
Mother' Frimd yon sent mo, and I am dallghtad
Ith tt. In .very instance whera It ha been bmC
IU alfecU bar been all that I eoald aak. I oa-
it a great blessing."
A genUeman write! - My wlf ed roar
Mother' Friend at her fourth eonllnement, aad
her testimony 1 that ih passed through It with
one-half th infforing of either of her forma
oouBnement, and raoovcred from ita effeet la
much leu tin. th also recVmmended It t. a
lady friend whe wa abont to bo ooalnad for lha
Brst Um, and she aay t ' I have never aeea aa
on pas throagh thl craat trial with a much
in aad llttl iuferlng.'"
A QUICK ADD EAST TIME.
A dlrtingaUhed physician of MlialppiwrlUt '
' Every on expecting to be conlned ihoald u
th Mother' Friend, for darinK a long oWtetrl
practiea I bar never knowa it to fail to prodaas
a quick aad safe delivery."
Thii remedy I on abont which w eaanot pab-
iiih oertiUcates, bat it I a moat wonderful lini
ment to be used aRer tb first two r thro moatb. '
Sand for our Treatise on th ileal th and Happt
neoa of Woman, mailed frea. which give fall pait.
lit! UttAUfiaLOl KlHtlLJlua w.,
a Bog 3H, Atlanta, ga.
lteawal l.ta4 wMmI
Mib.la rtf)ihkma a
B,.iid aa Ha t-Aw I
Adataault Ktr M I
WpMtttl Ktraafaai, I
tto l.loa.aa Karkv-Ab- i
Mai talv L brfnh
bl v, mdiirtbk 1 1 1
F rrpar Ailua I A Ivan
lUavra Cm Ttyab
!1 Clatli, Haa-1
ut, aVtaaa Tnr F 1
ilat. Jlry, W
aafc aeba, ud
a HaUwt fUraab atvt Tl (
I tow r vtewanriata tod I
No. 5210 R. In th Chi-nwy Court t Shelby
county, Tenn.B. M. Dillard ttdmlDiitribtor,
etc., of T. li. DiiUrd, deoetud. tiv Ltturm V
UilUrdetal. . m t
It pPvariDf fom ordrof Coon ontarari im
th a eauto Jua. 24, 1HH4, th&t tho bill ftl!
brin t for the purpoo of windlor on tho oUto
of T. B. Dillard.doooMod, an inioWont oatato
nndor the iaulreat Uwi of the Stole of Xonneo
It Is therefore ordered. That all parti el aim
ing to be creditor of or claiming to have an in
terest in th estate of T. 11. iMllard, deceased,
make their appearance herein, at the oourtheuea
of fchclby county, ill Memphis, Tenn., oa or ba
lore the first Monday in Aaeust. 1. have them
selves made parties hereto, ant) li. and establish
their claim and demand against sajd estate or
T. B. billard, deoaaaed, or the same trill b for
ever barred; and that a copy ot mi oroer oe pub
lished one a week, for four eonaeouttve week,
in tbe Memphis Apeal. This June 2S. lKJf.
A eona attest; K.J. BLACK, CUrk and Maatar.
By JTM. Bradley, Deputy Clark and Master.
Muli,t.e A Watson. Kola
Ilsn r., low Ine B-atli, Suwrth an Tiger ef ainear
yarT Iht yon Miff-r -lYOf ttl.:!a. ar mur wm? ar
k-r tvr- Wdi Wrd I'in, lnw aWau a idnfr 1m-
Khnirfat ,m.ot tlia nervous a snsuatlua i4hnui
diKrvtmn, or rtnnrtT 1 f ao, 1 1 Is N your Inwrfal tu kouw
that irslvamc rmrti a-i'r aivl mBsnMlani m stmitula sya
trmt,Tth Hinvtra Osfvauie hi irA ir ibow cull. atnal
at,u oiher appliance mai tiv Ilia Amrrltan lislvmnic CM
panv. is ll,f mort pllW ln.ly liwan,intaillntn)liai
fll allien 111. knuvmii mwi wno n. uwv irw J
n.UA. IM.I, 31 Mirhlfaa ava.. Oiuasoi llMaluny
ovrrcunw mv tmuhM ol ftlWrn yf' aisndlng. S.
A. Nricfird. IVnv,.r. ll la all tlisl Is etaiamltiHl 1 han
Ilrrwuioimj It." E. tt. Tirtilt. hwapt Afat 0. 1". It.
k.,No. UtMMith Fourth ttwt. H. Iniw. ttowi ewt
lor ror tlisu you Mid it wouM." FrM J. Ilarkrtt, Llttl Mcra.
Ark.i It n rwtorrd , ta eotnparl hallli." J a. Mae
Ka. lois Hani strrH. at. Ihiisi It rvllavrd M 4 atiaiaof
th Mad it.ilm.in. llttinU thol koBUUiitV Hi hrlf to.
TlKNi.s,tds of tr-riiKmiois rsa tn orcn at oW. Hi fnaa
who sunr Ltm of Manaoud a,ia UDerrnmi o, iauiDmN,B.
r dratrv U mv that our saa'iaooas Borer aa, aad aaa .
bad on Oorrw of Ko roro, ror.
thii Psmiiiilot. Throa Tra of Voa.1 eaplalaaaa. aaa
rroo. or .-.I for 4 rt.. powtsaa. pirial 1 a a assaaa,
tiaaailaMnia rrra aa Iaaanl.
AMERICAN GALVANIC C0MIVUIT,
3U North 6 rath t., at Laaaaa, ajj.
PURSUANT to th term of a trust deed to
executed by A. and 11 Rooco, oa th lth day
of March, 1X74. regi.terrd in book 121, page lHrlt
and in accordance with the decree of lb bupr.ni.
Court of Tenness-e, at ils present session, in th
caoae ol Joseph l'araych vs. 11. Koeco et al., I will
ell in satisfaction ol th balance of indebtedness
in said decree and trust aoea mentioueu, ur
eash, publicly, on
at th. pouthweat corner of Main and Madison
street", Memphis, Tenn., between li lu. ana 1
.'clock p.m., the following desoribed low or par
cels of real estate, to-witi Lot No, three and
four t and 4, block tairly-on Ml), map oi r on
Pickering), tronting nn Seventh street 170 feet,
and on Alabama street 2 feet. It being th earn.
property bought by said Knee, or James rransvi-
oli by deed of April 11, lrwati. reiristered In bo.
So, part I, page im-n. i iu. oenevea to am awu.
but I tell mvt ne as trus'e only. Jan. It
lrtM. H I EtJt FKAYSkK, Traatea.
M. K. PRATT. 1. M. ITU.
PRATT GIN CO.
100 foplur St., Me mphU, Tenn.
Manufacturer ef th
Pratt Revolving-Head Cot'n Gin
Fe4lrM win. 'ond?i.ertw
Price of Bevolvlng-llead tiins reduced
to ........ f-t SO per saw
Price of Eclipa llullerllia ...H 50 per saw
Feeders to, ou and iO-aaw, 0; Larger, tl par aaw
Condeasora, all aiaea.w., tl par aw
Oin reparing don to order. All work gaur
ntecd tirst-claas. ;
retaaleky J. M. tKUI:l.l 4''
MTI auH at
Vt iw .'. aa.
A lianeral Ageat fur thia
State nn our forthcoming
4 HE AT ttKsa. by
(laoai.a C. MaauaaM, entitle!
Thi will b a rare and unique work, thrilling la
inleret, sparliling and pathetic in eonceptiun.
Nearly Oua Moatlrfal II 'iilrllai. which
Kprak inlhr l ye- and TUrlll th. Mewl,
will aril at alabl. Nothing like it. 'loth
right man, with -uie eapital, thia elfera the bail
of aa opening fi-r .u,lTlea. nwl osrr.
aa. "a.t array ' statatui. i auartt
ic,ius iirasi onatiBB ptv.1
pas of the aaiv V
Ilea Oraams of r;; 1
lti asset. l'rioe,K '
pack. ! etfl( ,
(or . by aaall, Treeei poatage, doio eya.ii
giaU. 1 ami'blou free to every applicant.
dress all eooimantoations to t he rroi r fetor.
farinft 1 1
erioldlM.BiBhl. by A. Hi -t '":.
II MtWMiyttJ.3tA,Vt: ,
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