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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THTJESDAY, AUGUST 7. 1884.
RAILWAY RECORD. gMMiVAl AND DEPARX ORE 01 TRAU,, raveeareaste, Ohio nnd NonthwMnB Train move a follow! No. 8 (mail ds'.iy) leaves at a e.m . ; No. 6 (5wbrn accoutre udtf0 daily xeept Sunday) at 4 p.m. o. 7 arrives at 2:06 " ". L1" Newi,? "oot-modatiou daily x Tt Sunday) at l:llie- -e-mpni. na KoeK-Trains move '-".'-To'.?1 "" - No. Heave Aair at 4:40 p.f.,., arrives at 11:25 p.m.; Ko. 3 !!2.""v..Tt !! arrives at 7;05 a.m.j No. 5 .'V. '." - '"'Pefiol l daily, except Sunday, at s.la.-.. arrives at:20p.m. SatV ..ilia .... T- . .11 "" : rust mail arrival daily at 4:45 a.m. :1 ; , axoept hundar. al 4 :4o p.m.t mail arrives daily Colle ct; Vm. mail arrival daily at ""..vo at U::!5 p.m.; mail leave da t pa daiiv at K:1(l - i;rnwaviilo accommodation leave dai! at 4:2U p.m. Jiirowniiviiloxaommndution arrive ally, except Sunday, at :iU a.m. (standard at.). Messaptila land C'lar!err.nn Train nor M follows: Throtr'd oarrcas leave daily at VruOp.m. Mail and eatress leaves daily at 7:45 ,.m. 8nmerville s-tcotutuodation leaves daily except Sanaay, at S:H p.m. lhrca-h azpren ktrrives daily at 4:Vri a.m. Mai: and express arrive daily at 9:46 p.m. &oo:errille ar-com e-af-'m arrive daily. -pt Komlay, at 1:30 a.. Mtr.alawl.ipl and rfdaftaoa-Trath mot aa follows: vw Orleans iua: leave, daily stilus p.m.t rardi aocoinmodiUiqn ieave aily, ex cept Sunday, at 4:.'s)p.w.: treifrht trains ieave d. ily. except Monday, at 9 45 a.m. (vow Orleans mnil arrives daily al 9:30 a.m.: Bsrdis aorom tnodaticn arrive daily, except Sunday, at 6:0 a.m. : freiobt trains arrive daily, except Sunday, at 4:0i)n,TTi Haawn 'ltr,rln deMandl Memptiia. "a ens-er train loaves M. and T. dspot at 9:411 e. ia. ; .rrivof at 6:30 p.m. daily. Through freight leave West Memphis at llt4Aa.m. arrives at "itiS p.m. Ioal rcicht discontinued, Freight (tUitt nm-. No. SI Madi-on street. r.mTOATIOIVAT.. UESIlLElt FEMALE INSTITUTE. A Uoardlnar and lay Krlaeol. TDK eleventh nnnunl sesaina of this school, with in.reaaed :iilitics and a full eorps ol -experienced tt ehcii, will oiien Wedafsday, hriiifinbrr a, lN. j -n several departments sf Malbe-natics, Laniru . s. the Natural Bui flew, Klocatinn, feim i Hp, Calisthenics, .Vusin, Art in all its brain-''" . eta., will be in charm T crntn,lirhfld inatru (-irs. tW) in ad vance 'Brill piiy for ths vsD.il colies-late conrse, with board, fuel and lights for tn months: SIM is) advance will piy the above with Mu-io; $215 in Ttdvance will include Art. Tbe principal is de termined that this school shall be second to none in equipment an-t general advantages. For cata liyueeontlnin full particulars, address . A. FLUUiUiOY, A.M., Principal, . Tuscumbia. Ala. . mAry'sa School, Tin 9, E0lI.AR ST., MBMFHIS, TKNN.-A , 1,"rii"'t and Day Hchool for YoBn La dles and Children, under the charge of the bisters of t. Mary of the Episcopal Church- Day pupils limited Mi one hundred: boarding pupils to twen-ty-nve. Seven thoroughly qualilied instructor. IYs.M-Tiiition fim, 11 and NO per annim, o rdin(t todas. lhetwelftb schoo4 year begin Sept. 22d. Circulars may 1,. oVand at the city bookstores. or fuller mfenuation apply to tbe Ulster In charge FINANCE AND TRADE. Bixsinees continues brisk at the banka, as usual on tbe first days of tbe month, but no change in the situation developed yesterday. The cotton market vi as Quoted quiet at the close with prices unchanged, and sales of 200 bales all to spinners. Receipts were 32 bales, of which 17 were by steamer and 10 by wagon and otherwise. Ship ments were 481 bales all by rail. Stock, 8271 bales. New York spots closed easy, with middling quoted at 10 15-16c; futures closed steady, with August quoted at 10 8? 10.83, and 9 to 12 points decline in other months. New Orleans spots cloned quiet, with middling quoted at lOjje; futures Pteidy, August quoted 10.5510U0 and other months declined 6 to 7 points. Liv erpool spots closed business moderate at easier prices, quoted at 0 3-160 Jc ; futures closing steady, August-September and Sep tember October 6 9-Cld buyers. Total stock at Liverpool July 31st, 840,000 bales, against 027,000 bales same time last year. Receipts at all ports yesterday, 305 bales. General trade continues quiet. Re ceipts and shipments yesterday were: ? impokts. ' One hundred and forty-six tcs bacon and hams, 15J sks bran, 33 pkgg butter, 3442 ba corn, 05 pkgs cheese', 20 hd cnttle, 118 pkgs dry goods, 11 pkgs ejres. 0'J5 brh flour, 1 car bay, 14 bd horses and mules, 0 cars lumber, (i'J pkgs liquors, 1 car oats, 15 Bks oats and 170 bu wheat. KX POSTS. Sixteen brls apples, 20 rls bagging, 75 tcs bacon and hams, HO sksbran, 10 brls beans and peas, 9 pkgs butter, 42 pkgs boots and shoes, 1 100 bu corn, 4 pkgs cheese, ?0 pks coffee, 15 hd cattle, 39 pkgs dry goods, 412 brls flour, !3 pkgs lard, 3 cars lumber, 55 fkjs liquors, 35.) brls meal, 29 brls mo asses, 101 kgs nails, 34 sks oats, 19 brls potatoes, 2 cars bulk pork, 24t bria 'gar and 115 pkgs tobacco. SEtiee worth Srhool, Ilaltlmore, Md. OAUlilNU iNI) DAY SCHOOL FGK TOUNll Lsdie and Children. The !d bchool ywar ins Thursday, September lHth. Cirfl".inrsnt on application to the Prfnclpal. . M K.S. 11. P. LfeFKUV KK, ft" Franklin st. STvT,f,'!.? ' Holly Springs, Miss. School of high grade, fur boys. Established 1S4' Fall term bept. lxth. A ( raduato of Dublin Uni versity teaches class!.. 11,). ne in Fresident' fitinily. Address the Hector. Highest references TEMALE INSTITUTE. aiiis. GEN, NTAVMTOIV, A. J. E. B. HTUART.. .PRINCIPAL- fTMlK noit sc-iion i of nine months Wins Spt. . . mV!en teajr lu every rio- i,Mriiuuv ainoor limireu for X'crnia reasonable. r full particulars app 1 to the 1'rlneipal Vanderb.it University KAHIIVIM.K. Tt.. SEBBXOJXT lOO-l-OO. frmsstst If.ndowusonl 70O,00(. Tk Aoademie, Biblical and U Denartments opea Nnptoiiiber 1st. The Medical, ltantul and ; nrm weurii-tu uepartmenta open October 1st. Jeos Acudomio Department, i.i; Hiblical, $l,V, .w, ei j: uB.iioai, :o; cental, lV) : )'narmf centical, '. The Schools of ri.ticneo are sappllod with the most apioved a,paratus. The Sohool ol engineering is sopplied with a workshop fur practical ialruttion. Two l'ast Orsdualo Ful l..hii, worth -M) e ich, and four Oraduale rtll'iwships, worth fust each, are annually awarded. Hoard from U to iu pr month. 1 ho Annual Kegintnrts sent on application to John W. Miipp, seoretary of the Faoulty. . L. tl. tiAKLAND. Chancellor. PANT0PS ACADEMY. For Hoy a and Vounsi Ufis. Fully equipped, llegin arpiembcr lulh. Band for Catalogue. luv. kimiar woods, Pu.iT.iV t. J0I1S H. t A M VMS, A.Mf, I Co-PmcirAiA FINANCE. Money 8 per cent, on satisfactory col lateral to regular customers, arid to t!ibm only in limited amounts. Vub following table shows tha'sharances and balances.the rat"D of exchange and prices of local stocks and bonds at the close of yesterday's busi ness: CLEARINGHOUSE STATEMENT. Clearings Balances August th . ..ti:s7 ,' 1 Sl,o ) Thus far this week. 4 C.:7 If) 71.312 To bainetimo Inst woek...w. ilP.Oiii (ftt 45,"17 35 tame week IMS... ,. 421 ,4S4 fi S'.,l''.2 74 Same week lwi. 1(k,7: 97 4H,7ii2 rfT EXCHANGE. Kw Tork ........ ..v.. prem New Lngland sight. ... disc New Orleans.......'...-.-. . dist par , bank stocks Jlaws of Commerce..... - .....HV nrst National .. .......... Vl tlormah National. . ...m2IK"t Manhattan 1M1 i Kiate National 1WJ Union and 1'lanters. 14iH- Mercantilo....... ................llib4l'i0 INSUUANCE STOCKS. riomt ................, OTH fil niutt City. ......,.. lls iilOS reople... ....... 7t4 82 Planters...... .J''t Fboenix . ..10M weak ; at 2, easy, closing easy, with sa'ies of 1048 bales, and contracts 1700 bales. Closing quotations were: Yesterday Day Bei'ira Ordinary . g 11-16 'V Bood Ordinary..... 9 15-16- 10- Low Middling 10 Middling . 10 15-18 11- Oood Middling . 11 1-16 UK Middling Fair 1113-16 IHi Fair 1 ...J 12 9-16 12, New York futures opened quiet; at 10:22, steady; at 11:34, easy; Tat 12:30, barely steady ; at 1 :35, weak ; at 2 :30, steadier, closing steady, with sales of 121,01X1 bales. Ulosing quotations were: Yesterday January.... luv.w- Fcbruary March Juna.... July August September October..... November..w Doeember..HH ..10.4X.'i 10.oH'10.6l 10.71.010.73 10.bWilO.85 .10.82'S10.S 10.72(0)10.73 .10.4iK10.4l l(i.2')10.26 Dfty before 10.4V410.4A 10.57310.58 10.610 70 10.Hl(islO.U 10.V3-slQ.i6 10.9:vl0.95 10.84 'aid 85 10.5lrai0.51 10.3-VoHO.3rt 10.3610.37 The New Orleans spot market yesterday opened quiet; at 1:30, quiet, closing quiet, and prices unchanged, bales, 700 btles. Closing quotations were: . ' boater day Day Before Ordinary . V. 874 ttood Ordinary i Ji Low Middling ..HtZ Vf'Z Middling 1(J lt&Z Good Middling....... 1GJ lo. New Orleans futures opened barely steady ; at 11, quiet ; at 12, dull ; at 1 :30, quiet, closing steady dull at the following quotations, with sales of 30,500 bales: Yesterday Jan nary.........10. 1( 10. 1 1 February.... lO.l'XrflO.20 March ..lU.31il0.3S April. 10. 2"i0.45 May ..... lU.53idklO.55 Juno....... -fis July 2J7c; coarse, $1 201 40; car-loads from levee or depot, 510c cheaper. Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per dozen : Pineapples, $1 501 60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, $1 60; seconds, fl 40; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard, 95cf5i$l ; 3-lb, $1 251 35 ; strawberries, $1 251 60; raspberries, $1 151 25 ; blackberries, $1 101 25 ; green gages, $125150; pears, No. 2, $150; plums, $1 50; asparagus, $44 50; green corn, fl140; green peas, 90c$l50; cove oysters, full weignt, 1-lb, fl 15; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 90 j covo ovsters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oys ters, light weight, 21b, $120; condensed milk Crown, $6 406 50; Eagle, $8 25; Swiss, $U8 25. Baltimore. August 6. Coffee steadv: Rio. cargoes, ordinary to fair. 9(3il0c. Su gar quiet; A, soft, Cfc. New Orleans, August 6. Coffee quiet but steady; Rio, cargoes, common to prime, 11c. Sugar quiet and weak; fair to fully lair, 4(4jc; prime, 5c; yellow clarified, &l5jc; granulated, Cc Mo lasses dull. Kbw Yc?.. August 3. Coffee SDot. fair; Rio steady; options dull. Sales, 3500 bags Rio No. 7. Sugar active and firm ; centrifugal, 5J5jc; molasses sugar, 4i 4jjc; fair to good refining quoted at 4 15-16 5 1-lGc; refined steady; granulated, ofc. Molasses dun. August September October....... November Deoembor.. 10.9(Vl0.nD ...10.40.ol0.41 10.!(l(.tl0.11 4.118J B.W .'D.W19IO.OU jBAILY BULLEII8. Day Before 10.8(i10,17 io.27'iu.at 10.3S(lu.4o 10.K10.Sl lU.!u)0.6a -- 1 Nominal. 10.46W.7 JO.L'i-ly.l 10.0510.06 10.0tk3l0.U7 Oalveston New Orleans. - Mobile.. Pd'.unnah Cb.arlestou.. limington... Norfolk ... Baltimore Now York Boston Philadelphia.. St. I.onil Augusta Day' receipt, 1S84..., Da) 'a receipts, lKitj... Day' receipts. 1882 , State of Alarket, Quio. Tuiot. Dull. '4uiot. Steady. F'irm. Dull. Steady. Ktwy. Uuict. : Vrti'cl. .Dull. Nom'nal Roo'U. lis! Price. no? 10? n 10 15-101 1 15-1C llJ io'4 1,4 ',7 3,4i S'.S i l.K-JS 1,552 142,412 6.310 6,3-5 1,855 305 ..1,2!2 .. 615 This Last Lact ' Week. Week. Year. Receipts, Rdnvs n 2,478 8,450 KiiM.rtstoOr't I'.ritain fi,83fi 10,.26 7.THT KxvoHs to Continent... , 1,2cm 1,6 2 2,481 Stock at all porta f"8.1H'; 2iff,l43 2S2,:t45 -"il Last Year ' Year. Year. Before. - K-fe'i,tsslncSep.lst. 4,758,154 5,'.27.Ks 4,616,819 Foreign exports 3,7lJ8,6il 4,e!3,'.r2-l 3.4W.579 Stock at U.S. ports.... lUH.ll'J 282,345 162,678 Decrease in receipts ... 1, !'', 742 ....... .. Memphis City v anuoroiit..... hernando ...i Arlington t. ......Ji6pi 23 4 25 ...l'W10fi ...22ibid VAIVIiliMTY OF YIItUIXIA. Tha (xty. first Vcsslnn of this Institution will po Oowl.or 1, IH84. Thorough instruction in l.Ucirary, riciontiuc and Prolessional Kepart otenls, including Law. Modicine, Engineering ud Agriculture. For Information apply to , Dtl. ,MKS F. UAIUllSON, Chairman ef Faculty, 1'. P., University of Va. lsELI.E VUE 111(1 11 SCHOOL, BtUIORn 4'., YUtUI.MA. XjOR Bors and Young Men. Prepares tor Busl L' nass. College or University. Thoroughly and handsomely equipped. Full oorp of instructor. Uonutitu! and boaltby locatiuu. For Catalogue, address W. U. ABBOT, Principal. "Hlnnf P. o. UNIVEKSITY HIGH SCHOOL, Mile rrasn Ainheirat, m. II. A. STRODR (Malh. Medalist, U. Va.). Prin- cipal and Instructor in Mathetuatic. W. A fioil hR, M.A., Fh. 15. (U. Va.), in ohargsj of Langtifigc. S. H. 11K.SKV, Assistant Initructor in Latin aad Knglisb. Thirteenth Session will begin Wept. 41, t'LASMCAL AN1 M1LHAKV ACADEMY Tiiaonmbln.....AlHhniiia, , HOW'AIID KDWAKIM. A.M. (student of Loip- 10, tlerinany), l'rinctpal.will ocn Sopt. !ld. Prepares bovs for business or collese. Thorough coursos in hlocuiion, Musicand Art. F'irst-clnss advantages; thorough Military Discipline; six Departments. Board and tuition in his host depart ment per year, 1170. Hearty indorsement of liixh ast educational authorities, feend for catalogue. GEORGETOWN COLLEGE, D.C. FoUKDKD 1789. Academic Depart itnit Hrtioola open Sept. 11, 1884. Terms, tu0 per annum. Apply tu pRKfllOKXT 1 (i"RlirT(lW Cill.t.tuS, 1). 0. Medical Itepnrlnirul, lectures open Sept. ?2, IH'H. Terms. Slirj ii.r annum. Am,ll, W II S.OVRJOT. .11. 11. Woahintn. 1. C Law lnrtiofnt, lecture open Dean, 910 12th street, N.W.'. Oct. 1,1884. R A f l.W A Y RTIWIKH. Memphis and C'hurlcston............ 22'? Mississippi ana leniiesiioo. .......... 40.1 45 Louisville and NiuhvillA 9ril obil and Ohio................. s4 10 RAILWAY TiOVDS. Memphis City 101 f4!03 .Memphi A Charleston 2d aAl . 7 (ISJvi)I(m i'jrl Memphis A Charleston consols ...liX) M Meinuhl X Lll'o Rock. 1st murt. 8s .... list ralll4 Mississippi A Tennessee consols A i! &125 mriJuippi x Tennessee consols IS.. ...103 w ast lena.. Va. A Ua. oonsol - l 60 MISCKI.LANF.Otl8. Taxing-District oompromin bDLid ... 66 54 (VA- Mem. storage coinp. tj......, ..... 99 cjlUM Memphis tlas Company stock 84 a 92 Memphib Uas Company bonds. .......J02 osU1! Mem. Wat. Co. bond, accrued int'st.. iuo Marbi Wator Company ltook... 50 9 60 Memphis City bonds, old .. S5 9 Momphis City oompromise bonds 7l iu Memphis City ooupons from old bonds 85 Memphis City oou. frcm comp. bonds. 80 O Memphis City ledger balances. .55 a Memphis City judgm'tson oou. bonds S5 Memphis City paving indeblednesa 36 64 JUr 'fflcvrapls. New VokK, August 0. Money easy, 1J (S3 per cent. ; closed ottered at 1 per cenU l'riiue mercantile paper, 64 per cent, fcttorling exchange baukera' bills firm, 4821; demand, 434. Bonds Govern men ta weaker. Railways firm. Stale securities firm. (Stocks Stocks opened strong, especially for VVestern Union, Union l'acitic and Northwestern. The advance iu prices waa Irom i to 14 per cent.. Western I nion recording the greatest advance, witf sales up vj iM. Tutu was snccQMeu ty a weaker feeling and a decline of . to I J-'per cent, the latter Union lV.ciiif!, which fell ctl to 4J. After, miilduy Western Uniou reaotetl to 8, and the entire list was strong and higher. During the greater part ot the afternoon speculation was dill tind changes iu prices slight, but after '1 o'clock the market developed taore activity and lower figures Ttjrt) recorded all around. The decline was dug to unfavorable re ports in regard to the reauita of a con ference of the Western Traffic Association now in session at Chicago. The reasiitm in prices from the highest point of the dav ranged from J to 3 per cent. At the. close some of tho snares rallied 4 to J per cent. As compared wish yesterday priww &lo to 2 per cent, lower. eHipt for Kansas and Texas, Teas Tacific and Wabash pre ferred, wbicb. are J to J per cent, higher. Glueing; notations were aa follows: GOTKCXaxvrA. ' 8. V. 100!.. 4s. 119'-:. 4!-,l'-,. l'-ciuo v. oflStf. 126. Liverpool snots at noon were auoted business moderate at easier prices, with sales of 10,C0O bales, of which 7(100 were American. Keccipts, 12,000 bales bales, of whi h 0500 were American. A 1 12 ! tlrdinary, 6d ;good ordinary, 5?d ; low middling, (J 1-lSd ; good middling, C jd ; upland, Md; Orleans, ti 7-10d. At '- All American cotton declined 1-lGd; uplands, G 3 lttd : Orleans, 6d. Liverjool futures at noon opened flat; August-September, 6 10-!34d; reptember- 4:loner. o iUlHU; UctoDei o vemfcer, d ; Lecember-January, 5 5l-ti4d ; January February, 5 0(M4d ; September, 0 12 04d. Tenders, 2700 bale new, and 2UQ0 old docket. A t 2 : August, August-September, 6 10- tHii, sellers; September-October. 0 10 (4d, sellers; October-November, 6d; November-December, 5 5!-64d, buyers; December-January, 5 69 64d. sellers; January- February, 5 t)0-J4d, sellers ; September, o i-04a, sellers. At 3: August September. 6 9 64d; Sep-temcer-October, 6 9 04d; November December, 5 5!)-84d. At 4: August, August-September, 6 9 64d, buyers; September-October, 6 J Old, buyers; October-NoVember. 5 63 61d. buv- ersi NoTOrober-December, 5 o!) 64d, value; Decomber-January, 5 58 64d. buyers: Jan uary-February, 5 69 64d, buyers; Seplem- uer, t ii-o-ia, buyers. , Futures closed' steady. U EN Ell A L TRADE. renin, i perannum. Apply to", v...... K at. . -V W ' , - - 6th and JAMKS A. DOH.NA " .t ashington. 1 C. H. J., fresident. Fatap co Institute. (Fiftieth Session.) ELLICOrr CITY, MD. "MISS SARAH N. RANDOLPH .PRINCIPAL. 81tu3tion nnsurpassingly hoaaliful and oltmata noted for it, salubrity. niih it able oorp of teachers, its great advantage for securing a lib eral education, and the happy result from it method of instruction and discipline, no other school eaa be found offering greater advantaire far the trainina of young lsdie and children than this well-known tusiit'ilion Je . Apply r Frmcipil lor circular. WHE AJIOAM VALI.KY At'AltKMV. VTinchestor, Va., prepares for University, Army, C. L. 0. Mi.NoH , M.A.UTniv. of Va.) I.L.D. 08DS. x . ir. iani grants, on--. T. P., Kio . d!V., 4f i. V. P. firsts, h U.P. land trants, Vt. .. iuk. luni, 109. . Virginia ti.-, 37. Va. con-, az-ui. .. 36. Va. consul did., 5. Morris fia4i 1 Al A Chat BETHEL COLLEGE, HITSSKI.LYILLK, UT, J OCATION h.altl.ful. AeeoHM.. fann all I- tkiiiiu. kall endowed, .vea .chools of Instruction. Kxiwn iuodor.,t,, Neittrmbe- '' 'i'lVv-j'H4 IfHir tat eaUlo.ue u jM.tJJ-j,A, Chairman Faculty. WABJffS SEMINARY 3V-.alixrlllo, Tonu. riosMxl it ItMh year with 5 yanng Inttlea. An aotive, progressive, nan-sectarian school. Thousands of parent hata tested its value, and still it inore-.s. A grand new building with a dining 00m fit for a ueen wns ore. -ted daring the year. Opens tiopt. lt. Address, f,r raU lugue. is it. M-. i. WtKH. C. P. first. 10! . brie seconds, (w'm. Lehigh A Wilkes., 97. Louisiana consols, 67' Misoarl6, 2. rit. Joeeph, H-. . St. P. A .. irsU, 117. TocM. 6i, old, 40. Teas. i, new. b9'. STOCgS. Adam Kxpreaa, 129. Mobile A Ohio, 0. A-logrtony Oeutral, 1Z. Alton A Terr U., U. A. T. H pfd, . America Vv:es, 92. It., V., la. jt n., n Canada Paei5c 43. Cauaoa bHiatbera . C7. Catral Paeilc, 41S Cbarapaak A Ohio, 7!-. C, k 0. 1st pfd, IV,. C. A O. 2d 1 1.1. t?Uicago A Alton, O. A A. pfd. 14 , O., B. A Q., 1 til. V., 8t. U. A N . If., 8. C.,St. P.,V. !r. 4 P. pfd. 22. 1 . .fc an a-. '.ojm. v., ..-a. !.AC..4l. mi. m uua., w iu 4:;. J. Central, Hu-. it w. i.fi. r. North. Mric, va I AO., ri4. W,- piorUiwtteri , 2-3. Northwesters plct. 134. K i. Ceatral. HO. Ohio CaaCai, 2H OUKi It Missusiii i. Ohio A M. ld, h. ORUiio k Wasttra, f wen navigation. Hi. Oregon Trans.. 1j;. "ragon Imp., IV. PaeiiMail,4J;.. AngDsfn Female fspsalnurj', Staunton, Yn. MiaaMARY J. BALDWIN, Principal. " "iiuralvrr l, a'losioa Jssr, IHHU. UN.StlKl'A'j.'JKllinlts location) in its build ing an1, gruunds; in its geueral appoint nisnu sss lAmtarr arrangements ; it full oorp supe . tor and exitarionoed teachers; its unri valed advant Ago in Music, Modern Langaagos, llcouiion, Fin Art, Physical Culture ac t in r'ructioa in tae Theory and Praotice of Hook Keeping. The auVce.sful efforts nada to secure health, oomf.irt and happiness. It opposition to axtravaganoe; it standard of solid scholarship. f'r full particular apply to the Principal for Catalririie,. Kew Summer Resort. IXIKHOTKL Aimi't-fA.at Thayer, Mo., 147 -v utiles from Memphis, on the Kansas City roid.and located on the southorn loe of the OtsrW Mountains, Is prepared to entertain a lim it natuber of guest during tho summer months. Large, airy rooms, and well fur nished. The table supplied with all the delica cies of the season. Cool nights: cold spring water: no mosquitoes, and plenty of good ushin and horseback riding. Reduced rate on the railroad, i'or rate, etc., apply u . J. J. UKAFToN, Pro'r, Tbsvcr. Mo. iai. M i.aca.v i.r;. Uenver A Hie U. liJi Frio, V'. Panama. yH. P..D.AK..KS. Pitukurg. .36. Pullmaa Pal. Car. 1011. Raading. 17!a. Rook Island. .:?. . . A 8. P.. -'4. ft. Las. p. pid, st'j. St. L.AS.P iMtpid. o. St. raul, M - KrU r fd. 34 Vast Tennessee, 4-fi, East Ten n. pttt, 8. Port Wsyne. IJ. . f mlS -. ,1 1 . J . . 1 u.u.i..i-.,,,, L. J .Ul .'.- il. A tit. J. pfd, MS- St. P. M. A M., d. Harlan, 1M. Houstna A Texas, .13!;. Illinois Central, 12a. I..B. A W., 14',. Kansas A Tea.:, Wl. lkeeVrtiWei.t.,ir. tslta tihore1,. ouisy. A Nashr., 3Tt)a. L , N. A. A Chi., 17. Mar. A tin. 1st pfd, 10. Mar. A Cia. 2-J ptd. 5. Mem. A IksrWun.H. Michigan Ceau-al, 70. Mian, k Si I. 15 Minn. A St. L. ptd. ni. Missouri Pa-ino. 91.. A.k.d. tNosalea. tit. Paul A Omaha. X!'.' St. Paul i. O. flA. Hi. Toxa Pacific. 12. l!nion Paoifin, 44-1-'4. II. S. Kipress. 52. W.,St. L. A P.,fV;. W St. L.AP prf.lti. Wells A Cargo' Kx.,104, Wastern Union, trtU. Momewtake, tf. tlron Silver, , Ontario, 19. Uuirksilver. 4'i. WuiclrVilver pfd. 2S BBKAUSTIirni. Corn Wbite, (iSc; mixed, 60Ye2c ftom store. From levee or depot: .Round lota in bulk, shelled white, none ; mixed, 53c Hay btrictly cboice, from store, 80c; prime, 70c; prairie, 60c; round lota from levee or depot, choice, $1; prime, $10 Ifi t praiiio, 48.- - Floi'e From store triple extra, $3 25 Ct-'i r0; fnrniiy, $4 254 50; choice, $4 76 5 ; fancy, $5f,75 25 ; extra fancy, $5 25 5 50; patents, $((( 60; round lots from levee or track lOfooOc cheaner. Cornmea- Standapl, 3 103 15; pearl, 10 trorn a r3; oc cneaper irom mill, leves or track. - BttAN From store, 75c per cwt; round va irom levee, Si-(aua per ton. , Oatmsal In ball barrels, $3 754 Irom store. - Cracked Whiat In half barrels, $4 50 v"4 to nom store. Oats White. 43c from store: mixed, 42c from store. Round lots from levej--- whltc. 3"c : mixetl. 33c. Homisv Awa Grits From store, $3 50 o - KitE Louisiana, 53Gc; Carolina, 7 f 30. BaAjts-Navy, $i 50; medium, $2 50 Common, $1 50i2. " Lor-vn t a. A- justft. VTt dull : No. 2 red winter. 80(5;S6c. Corn Wo. wnito. 0 k:; jNo. Z raiajfd, 5ts. Data Ko. 2, S4c St. IxiCiS. Arlffnst -ttaeeinta Flonr. BOCK) Irrts; wb'eat. 102,000 bu ; corn, 20,000 ;bu; of.ts, 19,000 bu. Shipments Flour. tioOO brls; wheat, 36,000 bu; corn, 19,000 ru ; oat, -hiuu du. ualtisiork, August tj. Keceipts Hour. 6 2900 brls; wheat, 1 1 2,000 , bn ; vor: -0 Ibu; oats, 2m M! rre, -00 bu. Shin- jn Ca'18, 1000 bu. Sales Wheat eoOoO bu; corn, 3,000 bu. ' S iA O'.f y, August 0. Wheat weaker t bul nominal ; 67c bid cash ; Clc bid Sep Itember;70c bid Octobers Corn steadv; I 42(.42iccaah; 41 sc September; 39c Octo- Chicago, August A. Kteipts Flour, 1 5,000 brli ; 4 heat, 33,000 bu ; corn, 200,000 bS ; oaUs, 78,000 bu; rye, 8500 bu ; barley, ISOObu. ShTpmenta Flour, 8500 brls; wheat, 31,000 bu; corn, 112,000 bu; oats, 70,000 bu ; rye, 480 bu ; barley, 1400 bu. (JmcisNATi, August S. Flour uuict; family, $3ti5(J4 15t fancy, M S5. Wheat weak ; No. 2 ted Winter, 83(it;S3c. Corn iu good demand and firm; No. 2 mixed, 55c Oats stronger; No. 2, 3Cc. Kye dull; No. 2, 63c. Barley quiet; extra No. 3 fall,(J570o. 2 Nkw Oklkaks, August 6. Flour dull I and lower ; higher grades, $4 755 10. j Corn quiet; mixed, 61(5)62c. Oats West 5 em quoted at 4lK3)41c; Texas in fair de t maud but at lower rites; choice, Sjc JCornmeal, S33 10. Hay dull; priniev i$1410 50; choice, $1T. - rhlcaso Oral- and ProTlalom Marheta. ISPIOIAL TO TBI APPIAL.I Chicago, August 6. Though the vol ume ol trading on Change cannot be called large, yet it shows considerable im provement ovfcr the decent past. Wheat is the most active article on the list, both in the amount of business transarjted and the fbictuatichs in values, though even in it tbe extreme range is rather narrow. Freight rates are extremely quiet, and without change, either by rail or water, rinS quoted at 2c for wheat and 1 Jc for corn to Buffalo, though instances are not infrequent in which offer are made to ac cept a reduction of c. The weather all around is Very favorahle and witb a lew exceptions le reports from the harvest fields are quite satisfactory. Local rains have done some damage in several locali ties, but the aggregate is not largo. Corn is making good progress, and bids fair, from latest reports, to be an excellent crop. There is considerable life in the wheat pit and outside operators ehovr more dis position to take bold than for many weeks past, commission merchants reporting an improvement in their orders, both from cistern ana Western traders. The move ment of grain at interior points and at the seaboard shows considerable increase. Shipments are quite liberal and exports of both wheat and flour are larger, but do not keep pace with the receipts, so that stocks at the seaboard are becoming heavier. Advices from the Kast: how ever, say that the great bulk of the stuff's being already disposed of to exporters for August shipment, is not pressing on the ma plrat ln 1" a wr-niti n ew tia inrti a la uuu a.-V) tuv aa 1 uiuak QtVyauiv o. a 1011 1 number of which are chartered to arrive this month. The weather in England is reported wet and unfavorable with steady markets in consequence, ana it is not un likely the cables would denote an upturn were it not that so much wheat is already pointed that way. Corn shows more stability than any other article on the list, JUsceipts are fair but tne demand is urgent and fully equal to the supply. Cash corn is in especially good request, so much so that it com mands quite a premium over either Au gust or iSeptember delivery, and rejected and no grade sell within 2c of regular No 2. The stock in store is very light and is growing daily less, and unless receipts in crease very soon few traders would not be surprised to see higher prices. Reports from all sections of the corn belt give most glowing descriptions of the (trowing crop. Willi th" Increased acreage planted, Should present good prospects hold out, leading operators say farmers will proba bly harvest the best roD of corn ever raised in the United states, but there is plenty of time yet for damage, an early frost in one night would dispel all pleas ant anti ipations, and too much must not be expected until the crop is nearer ma turitv. Provisions continue quiet but strong. The demand for meats for shipment in al most all directions is largend in some re spects above the customary average at this season. Holders, with scarcely an exception, report a very satisfa tory trade. Lard is not as active on cash account as meats, and In the outward movement a slight decrease is noted. There was some little fluctuation in the grain market to dav, opening weak and recovering nearly all losses of the day by the close of business. Pork continues without material change, while other hog products are stirrer and ciost d higher. I be opening and closing prices in all departments were as follows: Corn spot, 54 Jc, 541c; September, oJIc, o3.c ; Uctober, S3sc, &2ic asked. Wheat spot, 81 Jc, 81 c; September, 83jc, 82c; October, 84 c, S4i,c. Oats September, 2tJc, 26jc. Pork spot $24. $24. Lard spot, $7 60, $7 50; September, $7 57i, $7 57. ; October, ?7 70, $7 70 bid. Clear rib sides spots. 8 95, $8 95; Sep tembc-r, $3 30, $3 87 J; October, $3 80, $8 85 bid. Hogs $5 456 10. 2 in., 1st and 2d, $27 50030; common dressed, 1 in., $17 50. Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run. culls out, $1011. Lath Poplar, fl 60; cypress. $2. Shingles Ko. 1. sawed or shaved. $4 50; sawed or shaved saps, $3. X Et.ixjw 1. 1 and Z in.. 1st ana 2d, $25 ; dressed, $30; flooring, 5 and 6 in., $25; flooring, 3 and 4 in., $27 50; heart step lumber, $3540; J ceiling, $25; ceil ing, $22 50; i ceiling, $20. PETKOtElJJt MARKET. Coal-Oil Prixe wbite, wholesale lots, 13c per gallon. Baltimore, August 6. Petroleum firm ; refined, 8Sic Cleveland, O., August 6. Petroleum quiet; s. w. 110, 7 Jc Pit-rsnoBQ. Pa.. August 6. Oil active and irregular ;openei at 78 c and advanced to 78ic; dropped back to It Jc but quietly rallied; 78c at noon. HiRt; Err. Winks Imported port. $1 50ff; sher ry, $1 506 ; champagne American ex tra, $7&; Piper Heidsick, $2527; Mumm's extra dry, $2931 ; Eaederer, $29 3l; Ve.Cliquot, $3l33; claret, $3 75(3 13 per box; uatawba, 4(oki per case. WnisKT Straight Bourbon, $1 506 ; rye, $1 757. New Orleans. August 6. Whisky firm and unchanged ; Western steam, $1 20. Baltimore, August 6. Whisky steady. $1 15. Chicago, August 6. Whisky steady and unchanged, 10; Rt. T.ori.a- An mint. changed, $1 0$. Cixctnsati, A u trust and unchanged, f 1 07. HorSE.BFII.IXil MATERIALS. Fsamixg I.CMiisn Yard prices Bough. $1 5 p.jr 1 000 feet ; d roused, $30 ; yellow pine noonng, $.';; shingips, J.i(rt4 50; lathing poplar, $1 75; cypress, 2 per 1000 laths. Etra prices, for ctr leuirths nbove 20 feeh. . Lime aftd Cement L-.ip.e. 7oc in bulk delivered ; 9"icJl per barrel iu stoie; Louisville cement, $ i 75 a barrel ; Rose dale cement, $2 50 a 'lorrel; Portland. $4 505; lioman, $5; p!a3'er of Paris, $2 50. Hair, 6c per pound. Nails f :. H'i a keg. - f.IVlro:H MAKKRT. CotlN T3b OAtti t Clinifa io eiti-a. firol "ilci grot!, -lWMic. - ., liiiiu tlA-fri.E Cl.oico. lrtU2c; trood. 8Mi4-' ; fAir to medium. 33Jc ; common, ;2c. "SiiiiKP -Choice sheared, per lb. 4fS4lc: medium, 3J(3ilo; common, per bead, $1(5) 60; clioitw lambs, 50 to 75 lbs, 6c. Cows and Calves Choice milch cow 8 with young calves, per head. 530TAW: mo- cram, $J0t;2T; yearlings, per head, $79. St. Louis, August fl. Mops hie er and ttn 6. Whisky C Whisky firm RIVER NEWS. STEAMERS X.EATIHO i THIS DAY. Arkansas City.KiTi Adams, Cheek, 5 p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. - Friar PointJiMis Lu, Friday, 9 p.m. Vlcksburg. Citt or Cairo, Friday, 10 a.m. Osoeola ...TJgA!c Adaks, Friday, 5 p.m. St. Louis. .,..... Arcaksas Citt, Friday, 10 a.m. Cincinnati. ,....Vlirr Shikclr, Friday. 6 p.m. New0rleans-C'TNgw0aLgAii8, Sat., 5p.m. , MOTEXEXTS AT THE LEVEE. Arrival. James Lee. f riafs Point i John A. Scudder, St. Louis. Xeparlure. John A. Scudder. New Or leans; James Lee, Friars Point; Chicka saw, White river; Dean Adams, Osceola. Boats Due Down. Dean Adams and Vint Shinkle. Boat Due Up. Kate Adams, City of Baton Rouge 4tnd Arkansas City. . Keee-lpta Testerdajr. James Lee 17 bales cotton. 4 hd stock Lnd l4 pkgs sundries. rTJTrRE MOVEMENTS. The City of Baton Rouge is due up for St. Louis. ' The City of New Orleans is due down Saturday for New Orleans. The Lee Line packets to-morrow even ing are the James Lee, for Friars Point, and the Dean Adams, for Osceola. . The Anchor - Line packets to-morrow morning are the City of Cairo, for Vicks- burg, and the Arkansas City, lor - fct. Louis. The Vint Shinkle, Capt, M. M. Deem. is due! to dav. and leates again to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and all way points on the Ohio river. " Harry Proctor and Harry Best are her clerks. The Sbiukle will give cheap rates to ail points North and East. The Kate Adams. Capt Mark R. Cheek. is the United States mail packet this even ing at 5 o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings w . v. uienker has charge of her office, assisted, by A. Banksmith, w Price and P.ufua Fostet. The Adams will connect it Terrene, mouth of White river, with the R. L. Cobb for all points on Arkansas river. .. slrong and ingxd demand; good to ex port slecrs, 6(a;0 7o; Texans, f34 60. Receipts 1100 head. Chicago, August C Hogs receipts. 1100 lifa l; active and firru and 10X)15c higher; light, $3 46 05; fougli packing, $) 50('i).5 7; heavy packing and shipping, $5 756 10. Cattle receipts, 4000 head; strong; exports, fti 5C(f,0 90; good to choice shipplngi $1K;'1,50 1 cothmon to fair; $i 505 75; Texang, $:i 254 40. Shee receipts, lvlh head; steady; common to fair, $2 8o(n3; medium to good, $34; choice to extra, $4(74 25. HtlKSKS AXIS 9fUI.ES. IIorsim Good driving,$125fj200: heavy draft $l50f200; saddle horses, S125250; plugs, $4075J HEW TORK DEI uoODN MARKET. New ionic. August 6. Through a wider demand, also repeat orders, there was an improvement in total sales, but the iiiarket is far from being active, as buyers are confining their takings of all classes of goods to those required for the retail trade STEAMBOATS. Special Notice to Shippers. A FTER the l?th day of July, the sioamer xxuoe iti-acreauy r I r I 1 witndraw from tbe at. rranois river trade, on ao count of low water, and the steamer Coaboma will take all freiaht and uassenaers on MON DAY and FKIDA1. eonnectinar with the steamer Dvcusberff for all nointa on St. iraneis river. Through rates and bills of lading will be given. same a before, until further notice. jA.Yir.5 ijfrr;. .la., r-up't. FOR LOaiSVILLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis and 4'l nctnnntl Park ft COv KOit LOOiSVILLK isu CISCIJiSATT. Vint miiinlcle, s 31. M. Doem maser. Will tutre s i-toro on FIUOAY. An. 8th. at r p.ta. t ur :rc.set or pas-.io .it piy n. w . i.iuu 1 it. c . ii. r . a- t . raj.. 1 .iinnr.io FOR CAIRO AND ST. IXH'f.S. Nt. Lnnlssnd Xfrt Orleans Ani-faor Elite) W. S. .Hail FOR CA1KU AH Jsl. LOUIS. Arkansas City, Brolaski... roaster. 4EtSlr Leaves from tbe Levee FRT0A1. August 8th. at 10 a.m., reserving the rifht to pas all landings tbe captain may deem unsafe. For ireight or paatairo apply to O. I.. Ham., Pass. Act. .A l STORM, Snp't. FOR VIOKSBURti. tSouthern TaxlAc, . en Batro, W, Butter Choice creamery, 2425c ; dairv, 15(52()c; nielinm, 18c; butterine, 12(3;l4c; country, 12.(3.18c. Cheksh Prime flaU.1012c; New York factory, 10(n)12.e; full cream, 10()12Jc; Young America, lC.c. Mess Pork $17 5018 per barrel; sugar-enred hams, packeil. 14(.r)14c- breakfast bacon, ll12Jc; clear rib ba con, lodjuojc. Bi'uc Pork Clear sides, 0jc; clear rib sides, VG'dilc ; shoulders, ti.fnbjc. Lard Tierces. 81c: half barrels. 88c: GX1l... tT-.-.c. 1 . . . ni... 1..11 1. .. . . x- -.- . w acicri, oilv'Oi'x:, uui'seis, .'T4i; unil-uucurui, ciiang-on rew lorn, per iut-.t pre- 3 uh,, .0.b Un. 8... 10.ll, ti'na. 5-lh Transactions aggregated 320,000 shares, as follows: 1,(X) Lake Shore, ll.mm Lackawanna, 2i.0i)u Northwestern, 12,tssj Pacific Mail. nti.t St. Paul. ll,(Ks Texas Pacific, 6il,OM) I nion PaciBc, M.imo Western l;nion, 12.UU0 Northern PaoiUo, lO.AI Oregon Transcont. New Oui.kans, Augn.t ti. Sight p ..4 inac;1 "at. ffgBJtvj;-a.,y--i M s5t3 M I e3 :! Far aala by J, W. VOCUKLI CO. 71 sad tlO M nlB Hi., Mrmpkls,Tsaa. THE CO-ri.VE.TAI. FIBRE MANUFACTURING CO. OF SEW TORK. OKfSAXIZKD under the law of the Stat of New Wk. Varch n. lSt. Caplul iatsseK. sion.mio atto.barra.eloilrNea. t'J rleKRS-Ue R. rhry..ck, I'resident: H. A. Qo.ldard, riretrv; John W. Anderson, freas'r. UOAKUoF I'liniToUS-le K. Shry.Kik. J, E. Mcdiiidd. John W. Anderson, h. .1. Velasqnei, H. W . llliur, licnty Lr.dstrool, E. John Ellis. K. A. tloddard. otBc-jof th Company la Sow York, . 19 avBasaiBjeja ts pt. miuni. biterling exchange, bankers bills, 4S3484. 1xnix)n, August 6. United States 4s, 123; F.tie, 17 J ; Erie seconds, bo; New York Central, 115; Illinois Central, 3:H; Pennsylvania Central, 5Sj: Heading, 14j; Canatlian l'acitic, 47. ; St. Paul, Paris, August fl Rentes, 77f, 45c. THE COTTON MARKETS. Tho local market opened and closed quiet vith quotations unchanged, and sales 200 bales, including 100 bales the previous evening, all to spinners. Quota tions at the close were: Ordinary . ,. flood Ordinary... liw Middling.. Middling tsood Middling.., Testerdny -ltl-i a .11 Day Before It1-, lli Noui. dasty.73.4. Miduling Fair liv Fair Nom. Stains, 8,i-',e; tinges, 9S'ai:so: C0TT0X STATEMENT Memphis. August 6, 1$S1 Stock September 1, 1883 8,stl Hoeied to-day SJ 457,4 Shipped t-l. 4S1 snipped previously...,. llome ooasumptioa to data. Stock, inning aooount.. Tha far this week Thus far last week biaea sept saber 1st. Memphis and Charleston Railroad. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.. ci:eame ... M6,S l.ao- 44.,sss fl 1 Import. " . "l?4 H'ag ns and other sources. Total .. JC-lVts Tha far this week .. Thus far last wek..... ... 8lUce.SeptDlbrlt.. ...... 32 .. l.H . 417,-tTrt Louisville and Nashville A O. S. Railroad 4si New York spots opened steady; at 12, tius, OJc; S-ib tins, 9c; choice leaf, tierces, ujc. LooisviiXE, August 6. Provisions strong ; mess pork, $17 50. Bulk meats shoulders, tie; clear lib. 9)c; clear sides, ic Bacon shoulders, Oic; clear rib, Vic clear, 105c. Sugar-cured hams, 14c. Lard choice kettle-rendered, 01c. Cincinnati, August 6. Pork firm. 517. Lard Itirmer, 7(7.30c Bulk meats strong; shoulders, tic; short rib, DJc. Raoon stronger ; shoulders, 7c ; short rib. t)c ; short clear, 10c. Butter active and firm; extra creamery, 20(;27c; choice to fancy dairy, 18(a20c. New Orlkanh. August 0. rork in good demand and higher, $16 75(3)17. Lard steady; tierce retiued, 7 jc; kegs, 8Jc. Bulk meats demand good and tending upward shoulders, packed, lijc; long clear and clear rib, 0c. Bacon in good demand and higher; 8houk!e-s, C;c; long e.ear and clear rib, 10-. Sugar-cured hams firm, 14c. UUUt'KKllX SroAR Pure white, 77c; off white, 77Jc; -HoiW clarified, 6(ui7c; onen ket. t.l. fi5r--Jc; refined A, 71c; granulated, 7i(57jc; powdered, Sjc; cnt loaf.Sjc Coffee Common. lCfiMOJc: ordinary, I0j(?ntc; prime Kio, l-'c; choice, 12jc old government 2lXjf,28c. M0LASSK8 Louisiana, common to fair, 25fi3.3c ; prime to choice, 37C4Sc ; fancv 50c; syrup, 3040c; centrifugal, prime to choice, 3Jor)4tH:: common to lair, :.(i!:i0c, Baooinq and Ties Bagguie. jute. 8i(.o life; flax, 10(ftl0Jc, according to weight lies, 51 55. Tobacco Common. 11 -inch. 2'2(3Tc other grades in styles, 85Wc Snufl Oarrett's, $11 per case; Ruphe's, $10 25 per case; rail mad, $9 2on10. ('AKri.E) Knli weight, 1 to. Soap 3i(Vtic im t iutil. Salt Per car-load, $1 Sofarl 50 tier bar rel ; 41 45tl 00 in sacks ; pockets, bleached, St. I.onla (jlraln and Prortaloa Markets. rsrCOIaL-tO THK AFFgAL.I St. Louis. Art trust 0. Advances were secured in corn and wheat Id-dslr, and boik demarided half a dollar raise which was not realize-, Ujjwr rne close of buaineaa. 1 Ia rd closed lower, and cornmeal reacted ' io a loss of the 20c gain scored yesterday. The hog market was active closing higher. Other departments of trade show ho changes in 'one or price. Corn opened at 47c bid and closed at 17 jvrr-iyc selling. September opened and closed at4Si48c. October closed at 47c. Wheat opened and closed at 84i,5ic. September opehed at 84c and closed at 54 jc. October opened at 8(iti88ic and Hos ed at SGecr. . . Xiits opened and closed at 2031c bid ht snots; 245c selling for Hcptember. Pork closed on S17 asked ; lard at 57 141, and clear rib sides at $8 60. Hogs closed at $5 40(35 95. Flour unchanged: $2 254 70 for double extra to fancy; cornmeal selling at $2 75; potatoes quiet 30($40c, and onions, S0c(S Otuiirs unchanged. IlOtTNEUUI.D HVPI'LIKH. Veoetablks Ouions,yellow, new Louis iana, $2 50(2 75 per barrel ; setts, $2 25. Potatoes Irish. new.Sl 40&i 50: loose, $1 per barrel. Cabbage, home-grown, $3 25 3 50 per crate. Garlic, $1 per 100. Appf.ni C!hrkictt and irmrllll t. Tin. 4.1 1 73 rr barrel. l)rifi apples. 5fa6c net pound from store. Dried peaches, 5(a6c rom ftore. lickles, niedinm ban-el, $7(c 50: hail-bam-;!, S4(a4 ; pint jars, SI 25 per dozen ; quart jars, ;1 7;2 per dozon. buitsv lmons, H(Co 50 per box. Ja- nanas, l(l2 50 per tiunch. Cocoanhts, $6 per lOt). Peanuts red 77Jc; wbite, 8c; roasted, 2c higher; shel;ed,l0c. Al monds, 18(a20c. Texas pecans, 10(0)15; Arkansas, 4(Hc. .ngU8h walnuts, 11c; Nupies, ic. Filberts, 14c. Brazil nuts, 14c Kaibins Loudon lavers, $2 75i,3: Imperial. $3 7G4. Bran ly cherries, $3(i io per dozen. Kos 11012c. Poultry Old hens, $2 50(2 75; large young, f s; medium young, (j)2 60; small young, $11 50. I-bksh Meats fleet Itooii hVansasUitv. 8Sc bv the carcass; choice heavy, 8J Ciper Missouri, $8 per barrel and $4 50 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, $7 25; Kentucky hall-barrels, $1 00. Vinegar, 8(SH2c per gallon. Fisa Mackerel, 10-lb Hit ISo. 1, Jl ; XSo. 90c; 15 lb. No. 3, 80c: half-barrel, $5(3-3. White fish. No. 1, per barrel. $ : half-bar rel, $6 ; half-barrel, family, $3 50. COTTOXSEEl. Cottos Pkko Meal Prime, f.o.b., $22 per ton, off. $19 per car-load lots. Uotton- c-eed oils In car-loaa lots. prime crnd C. S. nil. 2728c: "ff crndn oil, 24(S),25c; primo summer yellow, 37 3Sc; off summer yellow, 3040c ; Miner's summer yellow, 38(3 .'40c ; prime summer wnite, 4..(rji4oc ; prime winter yellow, 4o(ai -":c; prime winter white,46c; choice cook i ig snrrimer yellow, 4:?45c; choice cook i.ig winter yellow 45(Jii-4iic. Less than car-load lots: Prime summer yellow, 3S(SV40c; Miner's 4042c; prime summer white, 45c; prime winter yellow, 47c ; prime winter white, 47c ; choice cook ine summer yellow, 40c; choice winter yellow, 48c LTJEBEK XABHET. The following are the wholesale prices of lumber in this market: . TisfBKtt Poplar. S.Vol9: rvneww, iCGQ Cottonwood, $2 otXi; gum, $3(3Vt ;-ak, fO fif.9: ash. S7(i8: black walnut, $20(a-50. Black Walnut let and 2d, 1, H and S in.. 7d: common. !to0; culls, J5(.i60. Asa 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $22 50; common, slocx. lb. Cypress 1. H and 2 in., 1st and 3d tlar, $27 ; common, $15 ; fencing, lift, 16 ft. $ 16. Rkp Gcm 2ds, $17 50; common, SSfll. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, r22 5025; common. 1 and 2 in.. Sl&C lb. PopuAr. 1 in., 1st and 2d clear, $21; 1 and 2 in., l it aud 2d i li-ar, S24;ccmniv board, $13 5i.i,!4 : tsiduig strijia, IJrti, face measure. 1st and 2d clear. $22: ceiling. 1x6 in., 1st and 2d, $21 ; dressed, 1, 11 and IS, Eonl. i&uti Xew frlcaisn Anehor Elate .'. S. Mall-FOK VICKtiBURts. City of Cairo, s-aSSS. 8. Llghtner.... luster, ai-icsSHDtoi Will leare Irom Wb1.rfbo.1t FR1UA V, August gth. at 10 a.m.. reserving? tha rirht to bass all landings tbe captain may due in unsale. For freight or passage at'kly to . - -, ' ..... c. h. Hill., rs. Airt, ah storm, fv-rt Night River rising, with 4 feet 9 inches in the canal and 2 feet 9 inches on the falls. Business dull. Weather clear and pleasant. HO-EKEHTI OF OCEAN STEAMERS. New Orleans, August 6. Arrived: Cas tellan, from Teneriffe. A. TACGARO & CO. a- ua, a nnniviu am. , , . I'et rnaM.rraaers Klrrr-nll I, Ine. I loni i'mim ranning in eon . !, ' A- nectioa w-tn,m,.h: and I ittln i iipeaTITaC Huek K.H.daliTer freiglu promptly to VV itubui-g. Tyrouzn, t'uo cunk Lano aad lateruiediat lana- tii. errisb; received at all times at M. and L. K. U.R. depot, and through bilu lading give. J . li. ii.N!Ml.!.. OEKERAE HEWS. Business quiet - Receipt 8 by river yesterday, 17 bales of cotton. Tub Lee Line packets got awav on time last evenin.. . The marines will carry up their end to day at the polls. Tub Jo''n A. Scudder passed down last evening for New Orleans with a big trip. Tub Chickasaw cleared on time last evening for White river with a fair trip. The Vint bhinkle passed Cairo at 8 o'clock last night, and will arrive here this evening, returning to Cincinnati to mor row evening. A TEi.RORAW was re eived announcing the illness of Capt. W. f. Ash ford, of the united states snagboat u. a. ueese, ana his wife left Tuesday evening to meet him at Devalls Bluff. Let every Democratic marine and there are but 'ew otherwise ooliticallv in clined put his shoulder to the wheel and Keep it there all day to-day, and work to the end that Democracy in Hhelbv connt.v shall triumph orer all opposition- -- VldtsncBO Herald. Tuesdav t "The beau tiful anchor made of fish scales, and the handiwork of a lady in St Louis, which has for some time adorned the 'medicine chest' . of the steamer Arkansas City, was rattled off yesterday by Dr. Kennedy. Capt Henry Marionneaux of the steamer Issaquena was the lucky winner ; Capt Billie Jones making a throw of 38 lor him." New Obleaks Picayune, Tuesday : "The Edward J. Oay Sunday evening brought down all the City of Yasoo's freight ex cept 500 sacks of cotton-seed; which could not be taken out ot the hold, ana a barrels of oil, which are at Conrad s Point The oil will be brought down by the Gay next trip. Capt Leathers reports that the machinery of the City of Yazoo can prob ably be saved, but the boat will no doubt prove a total loss. The snag on which the Tasoo struck ra ed her bottom for about 30 feet and then went through her to within about 2 feet of her deck, a little aft of the boilers. Capt J. L. Shallcross, of the Cincinnati Board of Underwriters, ar rived in the city yesterday and left by rail lor the wreck ol the mtv ol i azoo. Tbe Beacon Light Joseph Henry arrived from above yesterday, making the follow ing report of wo k done between Cairo and Memphis. Lights were changed as follows i liptonville, up 500 yards; head of Island 16. up 300 yards i Hickman, down to the point; Island 34. down 300 yasds Cedar ftrniti down flOO yards. She also reports the following changes between St Louis and Cairo: Horse Tail, discon tinued ; Pull Tight moved down 300 yards ; Fines Bluff, down SCO yards; Harlow's Landing, new light ; Lucas, down 400 yards; Kaskaskia Cut-off, up above the mouth ol Okaw; Hamilton, down nail mile; Hines's Landing, down to Craw ford's; Swiftsure, down 200 yards; Ather ton's No. 1. down 100 yards: No. 2. down 100 yards; Buffalo Island, down to lower corner of island; Scudder towhead, re established; Ureenleaf, down 200 yards Dexter light ' The sale of the towboat Storm No. ! and barges Ked Bird and i)e Wolf an nounced for Tuesday by the United States marshal was almost a failure. Tbeie were about 20 steamboatmen present, in eluding the following boat owners: J. F, Hicks, Jas. Rees, jr., E C. Postal, J. D. Randall and J. J. Darragh. The barge Ked Bifrd was pn( up first, and on one bid was sold . to Arthtfr Oiiei of tiolconda. in inn l. T.. i-ir . . ' . 1 1 4.U.. iui .piw. a uii was Buinuu a . "t.ion was I Incorporator in - Tnslature for Kc ONT-iNENTAL IMPORTING AND EXPOKTISO COMPANY. ESf OUTERS OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURES For introduction to Central America, Mexico and nest and Kast Indies, ror wnienweean offer Special Inducements, and Ira portera of Pro star tlosia from Above tonntries, 102 Chambers St.. New York City. U.R A WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS 278 AND 280 FRONT STREET MEMPHIS.-: THE sesttc:::c. ? This medicine, Olmbintne; Iron with pt: i Vegetable tonics, quickly and completely (. urea Dyspepsia, Pniliae.tloo, WraLscss, Impure Blood, JlahirlM.ChiUa and Fere ra, and Nearalm'a. . , It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Kidney and Llllfr. ' It la invaluable for PL-eases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not inj ure the teeth, cause headachcor produce constipation other Iron medicines do. , It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulate the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn aud Belching, and strength ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, lack of Hnerirv, Ac., it ha no equal. ' jfir-The genuine baa above trade mark and Crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other, ua. sair r aaowi cazaiciL co, ultiioki, aa DYSPEPSIA. Sedentary blits, uit.-ntiil worry, nervecs (dcitcnicut, exci-sR or iinirtnlt lur in eas ing pr tlritikiiiL'i urn. vnrit'tis other cauw.. induce fjonstipiiiioti ft!lwd by general deranireinctit of she liver, kiiliifTs, uud Ctoniai-li, in which tlio iliscrdui- of each onran iiicrcann the inlhuiii y of the others. Tho immeli:!to n-sultn are Loss of Appe tite, Nausea, Foul Breatli, 1 1 Hi-tburn, Flat ulence, DizzmeRs, Sick Heatliiclies, failure Of pliysital and mental viiror. distrensing sense of weijrht ftml f illlness in the stomach, and increased Costiveneast, all of which are known under one head as Dyspepsia. Iucvery instance wherctliTs disease does not originate from scrofulous taint in the blooiL "Ater's Pii.ls may be confidently relied upon td effect a cure. Those cases not amenable to tiie curative influence of Ayer's Pills alone will certainly yield U the PiiX8 are aidiMl by the powerful blood purifying properties of AVKtt'S &WAia- rii.l.. DyapPldics should know that the kmger treatment of their .malady i lostponed, tha more difficult of cure it become. Ayer's Pills) Never fail to relieve the bowel and pro mote their healthful and regular action, and thus euro Dyspepsiu.. Temporary palliatives all do permanent harm. The fitful activity Into which the enfeebled stomach Is spurn;il by "bitters," and alco holic Ktitnulants. ia luevltablv followed by reaction that leaves the organ, weaker than before. 'Coetlvonea, Induced by soy edentarj r lialiiu of life, become clivonic; Anttfl PtUA afforded me speedy relkf. Thotr occasional nea has slnco kept roe all rigbU" Ucaaga BaUM Borr, Xewurk, Jf. J. "t w.ia iivluM-d to try An PtiJL as a remedy for Indigestion. Conallpatlo . and Headarhe, from wbk-li I had long lioen a anf. ferer. I found their action easy, and obtained prompt reli'-f. They have benefited me more than all tbe medicines ever before tlied." M.V. VaTsoN, 152 State St Chicago, HI. "They have entirely corrcctrd tha rtftMt. nnil ,-nstlv Imnroved m v eeneral 1 Bev. FiuNCia B. IIaklowe, AUanta, 0b. Tlie most etfecltve and the easiest phyete I have ever found. One dose will qulekiy raoja my bowels nnd free nij bead from jmsa. W.4 Faeit, Mi Amimd, Fa. "A suncrer from Liver Complaint tya pepsia. and Neuralcla fr Ibe last tw iy years. Ater's 1'ii.Lfl linvn benefited me more than any medicine I have ever taken." P. 8. Boos as. Keedmore, Srovm 0- Md. "For Dycpepsln tliey arc Invaluable." J.T. Ban. Jfexia, Texat. AYER'S PILLSf PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co- Ixjwell, Xaaa. Sold by all Drusgists. mm -CAPITA!. PHIZC, S7.t,000-a7i Tlckeia only 85. Kliare lu proportion, Louisiana State Lottery Company, 44 Wm da Jken-fcw certxfu that im TVTrvM th ar rangement! for all th Monthly and Semi-Ann Hal Drawing of iht Louisiana tSnte IsOttrry Company, and in pervn manage and control the Jh-annngt themieive and tkat the mame are conducted with konemtVt fatmest and in god fntih toward aU p-rtta, and toe nuthoriMe tt. Comtranv to we tkim certificate. mitk fac-im:.le of our lignatvre attached, in itt aaverttmment. ConiiHlaalonera. FOK WHITK RIVER. MILT HARRY iVl.ITE RIVER M Ail. I.1NE. rpPE slerinnr Jf'l.T VARRY tvitildras Irom ! ihe WLiba river Lrada after this date to The .All make necessary repairs. mr. Hard Will enter tbe Nea intala and White Silver Irncle Mepdeuiurr 11th. and will leave KVliKV S4IURi;AV therea'tor. MIJ.i! K. HARRY. Master. For further inforraLtinn amdy to h. Yf. LIHUTBUliS E. Asent, 7 Monroe st. Hemphl3 &. Whito B'mt Fkt Co. U. 8. MAUi LLF NTIi. IIIflK ASAW. vi1 K. C. Pos'sl mutter I C. M. Pcstai ...olerk MB Clfts-e nrtoji, EHval!K Hlnrr, Des Arc, A SfirM , .IRfSHeulMiri sor. art-j. BAVLS MKMt'illS KVKHY WKUHKSBAY atftn.fn. Throtiat, rat to all nons. b; consigned to "l.ooiiuis aiid WhiU Preii Rivirl'ackctCo." w:!! befc-rwirdrd promptly. It. ;. l.utfK, Agent, en Whavflwet. LEE L1N S'iiiAJll:M. itoiupdia, I'rlara I'ulai nnd Aieinpbls unit Oaceoln i.-Uct l'oaiiuy. Fcr l!e!ee. Ultnd.ije, Friers Point and all Way La no ! ni Stsairter JAMES LhE, B. T. CIrir:tt master i Piatt Raodcs clerk W Ul ieave a above -in e very JlOJS i)AY,WI2i ti- X)AY aud f&Xi'A Y, at S o'clock p.m. For Ran iol..h. Fulton, (i-re-.aan'' Landing Steamer liEAN ADA51S, J. H. Cooper, ius!r 1. V7. !?:o:ti:ers...clerk l:.vt as ;.ove every MONDAY. WBDNKS DAYandtl.LDAYHt5p.nl. The t.oat of thi line reserve the nht to t-ass all tandinfrs the cap tain maydren nir-r-rV, tilTee, No. -I Ma-lion st. .lAMKs l,KK, Jv.. rtnrer-.nteii.Terit. FOR NEW MADRID. For iul(x Pnliil, TIi-m ll!e, Ioln Pleanatit auS As .U.i'lritl hleamer 31 A It IL TWAI W. P. Hall, master J. D. Fuller, ciett, will leave for NEW MAD KID and el way poiuta EVERY MONDAY at 5 p.m. For Int'-ght or pas sage apply on board. 100. and after a imio , Knocked down to Mr. Cole for $150, who ivanta the barges for towing etone in the Ohio river. The towboat Storm No. 3 was then pnt tip, when a bid of $250 was offered, and there being no other bids the aale was declared off. The attorneys for tne libelants will ask the court not to affirm t) e sale of th barges, claiming the price to be insufficient. The entire prop erty continues In the hands of United ir'tates ., Marshal Willianisfn. J. K. Mo Donald acted as auctioneer. The Vickabuiv Hcmhl. of Tuesday, has the following: 'Yesterday Alex Kvle. a negro, appeared before L-nited states uom missiouer Lcewenberg and stated that he had been a passenger to this city on the Anchor Line steamer Arkansas City, and that when he hoarded the boat he handed the clerk two ?10 bills and $4 in silver to heep for hlru Until he an-iTed.ln this city, and that when he went for his dotiey he was told that be had a ready rotten it. Kyle claims that the money was given to another negro in luibtjke lor himselt, and praved for damaees against the boat to cover the amount of his loss. Commis sioner Loevtenberg issned papers in the suit, but soon afterward discovered that die nesro wts not a "roustabout," but a passenger bn the boat, hence he had no jurisdiction in the matter. Mr. Chafler Quesnei, or the Arkansas city, staieii tnai a iiecro. riviusr his name as Alex Kyle, had given to Mr. bmipson, seona cleric oi the boat, the above mentioned an.oant of monev. but had received the same when ha called for it. Mr. Quesnel says farther that steambo&bS are Dot to much trouble and annoyance bv such negroes aa Kyle, who try every scheme t ev can concoci to rob the boats and one another of valuables placed in the ofiice for sale keeping. WEATHER ASD RIVERS. Orviosj Signal Service, U. S. A., ManrniSi laxs., August 6, 1884. The following observations are taken at the same moment of time (1:14 p.m.) at all the stations named: '- h entr-fj ve year by the nslatnre tor Educational ana i r"rt par- SUGGS A WmTTTT WHOT,f!SAT,f And Commission Herchanls, i : 2GO ami 2G2 Front St re ft t - SleiupliiN, Toim. x - -: - - - -.--.. 4. -,. b jr.-.--.-- -.mH 2S5 L-viipilyc.'V .iifc'Wv (ilV AS ri.XIira-stILL, RATT.TAKlt. ! DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,r.lOLDING,LUffiBER Irfith and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar Posts. MEMPHIS, - .- .- TPEJw-WHtTB. THE NEW B. ELDREDGE WING MACHINE Guaranteed tho Latest and Best BCTTEKK'K'H PATtERJtn for tart Ira' MlasMta and Clsil- drtn's uarsalii. ri aiaieKaes neat e. NevdltHa.ssil. Parlaaad A tsnrjimesssafwrall M arlilwea, al all klualaol uiax-ula rrpsirra, seau isr prices. J. B. ALDRICH & CO., General Ag'ts So. 82 SORTH lOURT STREET. , . .. - . ' (foTtli sldetif ronrf Pqnare. near Main.) " jx.8. locr. K. fc jVebOWAS. OROCEISS, CO'XTOIT VI CTOllS, ASD DEALtHS IN LEVEE ASD RAILROAD COXTRhCTORS' SUPPLIES, wrn. rAT-s-anit, : Cotton aliwman. SW FUOI NT. MKMPIII- AUDREW STEWART, New Orleans. I ANDREW D. G WYNNE, Memphis STEWART, CMBE & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors KO. STO FltOXT WTK22ET. MEMPHIS, TEVX , filTD STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY tX)TT0N TACIVKS AND C0MXIS8I0N HfiltCJIANTS, TONIO. StlEAi?- j The greatest of all remedies, 3 Infallible Cure for all Pulino- 5, m posos, vnti a eapi. hB ut,l.ii V.,.i r nr., ixvi.ttih lias sino- 9" aa'!e.a . k. e, f.vnrwneimine ooouiar vuw lie it uc-u.. r as made a nart of the present State Constitution, adopted Ileeeinbor 2d, A.D. 1879. The only Lottery ever voted on and tmined by tA people of any State. II never wr. j yvM. Ita Grand Kinirle- Snmbrr llrawiags take pi i, re i nntrilv. a raVi;;. kiuuth u'kani draw- Psrij i't.SS II. IS THE ACADEMY OF tii-rr'. sv:w. OHIiKAKS. TUESDAY. AuKmaf li. 17i Moiitlily DrariD: . 1AP1TAI PHIZ12, 875.0OO. lOfl.flOO 1 i-ke-la at Ire- isoiiara lata. I rartlvos, im rsnssa an pro i rin,o. i rn;t.i : f 75.000 . --, - - o- I H,,l.iV 1 lll.lW 12.0(10 10,1 s) 10.0O0 10.000 a,ots) ,(i0 25,000 26.000 Trade supplied at reasonable discoant by J. J. DUFFY Sc. Co Memphis, Tenn. f-V7V1ftvl i--Tr.' " 'rm-y - . ,.. s iJiffiT ;f-i.;jN.as.. -tA.-i nanniiirinrp i ana i rtiiTiruirc. 'l,rVi4-';i'.l,xJ.S-i.2'5 , H. IlISf'lIOFF A CO.. "' ,'-aJa!s;-' .. - ew lorn ana iiwrirawm TURNIP SEEli ! 1 Catiit-U prise.. 1 Capital pr-ie.... 2 Prises of Vi 5 Hrises of a0..... - 10 Pvir.es of 1W0 - 20 Prises of 5T1 - - lyO I'rues of 2( FrHev f 190 , 5Ts) Prises of 't- - - lOtal Prizss of 25-v:vi;-i-v"::v;v.ys-i" Afrrit.-A1.1A11U ' nu-Mi 9 Approximation iirir.es of JT'-O V Ai-proXimaciOD prirea t,i ... a Approiiuixtion priies of 2oft THE STflHD FOR FIFTY YEARS M. A. Thadford Co. Urar Madlolna sir Black DmmwM la 1 m laanfwsitnrad at Chattanooga, I Ten., bjr tha Identical setpa I uad by Dr. A. Q. Hlmaaoa. tal' the lannraotn i of Ua Urar ' Medicine, sm eu-lr a 1SSO, aA kla I boaaa near Chattmaoof . .. . ' ' ABATBSTiLLa, OA- Hay 3, U7I. V. A. TnanroitD A Co. Osaltnaw Having been -one of Dr. A. ). Bim mons' earliest agents lor hi Liver Medicine, aud also arenl ror u atnc hl death, I do eheerfolly reoom I mend it to the public ath ganolna I and beat Liver Medicine In th orld. 1 bare tuca th meoieina moat oy Dr. A. Q. Simmont Mmcf, and also. that mad bv the parents of M. A. Thedford. TViere t ao diffen met (aem .- so i know th maaictn ae by yon is the genuine and original a made ty Dr. Simmon. Your Truly, 1 DANIEL DCEHA1L Thi famous Ramedy for Com Upatlon, Pyapapata, Iadigaa tlon, Liver Complaint, Md all Liver lHiras, has baem I constant nea by tha pabll a fifty years, and la mar a popular j to-day than over before. Bay Bona but M. A. Thedford Co.' orielnnl and genuine, vaae-fa tured by the Chattanooga MedU I cine Co.. at Chattanooga, Tea-. Every package eaeloaod Im Tea. low Wrapper. ; - Trial package by mail, flfteeai cent. Iusolvent JHolloe. ' No. 5014 State of Tennessee. Shelby county umee or County t-ourt Ulern, oiempnis, wns., July 1, 1HK4 To John Lonaue. Publio Adnjinis-. tnvtor. and aa sach Administrator of J. X. HIiarlnw. deceased: ... . . AV1NU suirarested th Insolvency of the es tate of J. N. Barlow, deeeaaed. you are hereby ordered to iriv notice, ty aitvertisement in some newspstwr published within the ' said btate, and also at the Courthouse door of Shelby couaty, for all persona haviug claims aaainst . aid estute to appear and file the same, anthentl ratod in tbe wanner prescribed by law, on ot be fore the Ctu day ol October, 18K1 : and any elatia , not filed oa or before Midday, or before ay appro priation of the funds of said estate Is made, (hall be forever barred, both in law and equity. Witness my hand, at office, this 2d day of July, 18R4. llllUU B- CHLLKii, Clerk. . By Louis Kettraann. Deputy Clark, Jtotiee 1 nereny given as requireu y, -yv.w order. Ithul J7 n. ev T alt's gZJK stfO Mtt.ell-unM, a mum t,f-Ml, to. t. ei S-mmwmiI W Mm w tw Uh va.sUtl.Wia.8MWl eer . ,eas - -.rcn.. Us u. a. nm SXTxTHiOiTr ysraiill. Ur. m?h i pvto M r-l I tmlm W kcaiu t tt ' J MciaukiiSHtaiiaan a Vct,t.t .a. a1 , i, W IwOS A Wmmmm 6 a UlasUw . In ln,kil V4c,.au W li, r.( w-.bl-. -u P mat ,-PI-l 11. - .Wtl t MKaIWilhsMlii. t a J :-: OS VlJt BSC Ssttf C. Ifc M,MialatS's IX Advertising; Cheats! " It has become bo common to begia an article in an elegant, inteteating style. ' " Then ran it into some aavertisemens that we avoid all such, ' . : " And simply call attention to the mer its of Hon Hitters in as plain, honest terms as possible, "To induce people "To give thorn one trial, which so proved their value that they will never use any thing else" " Ths Rcmkdt ao favorably noticed ia all the pspers. .... '- Religions ana seeuiar, is "Having a lure sale, and i supplanting all other medicine. There is no denying tbe virtues or tne nop plant, and the proprietor of Hop Bitter have I ahitnn .r.,1 ihmvdnMi and ahilitv " In comounding a medicine whose virtue are 0 palpable to every one' observation." No! Did She DleT m nary Diseases and General Dc- ifft!yfffiv Ullllv "uu luv V"lJ ruiiicujf sjaatatl io nivtivAtvius aaa iiau&ui sus rlinintr!. Pni ilsSPnAH nf tTiA v-ifj. mi Tliroat ana liimirs it nas no teyhi Mtnal . A t.rlnl will TAnvitiAAi Efi-f'aasiV equal. A trial will conrince you ONE DOLLAR PER QUART BOTTLE, " She lingered and Buffered along, pining away all the time for years. " The doctors doing her no good ; "And at last waa cured by this Hop Bitters the papers say so much about. " Indeed ! Indeed ! " How thankful we should be for that medicine," A nangkte-r'a leery. " Eleven'years our daughter suffered on a bed of misery " From a complication of kidney, liver, rheumatic trouble and nervous debility, " Under the care of tbe best physicians, " Who gave her disease various names, " But no relief, " And now she is restored to us in good health by aa simple a remedy as Hop Bit ters, tnat we lian an tinned lor years oeioro using it." The Parents. rather la SJ-ttlag Well. " My daughters say : How much better father ia since he used Hop Bitters. " He is getting well after his long suffer ing from a disease declared incurable. TAnd we are no glad that he aied year Bit ters." A Lady of Utiea, N. Y. 'None renuine without a baneb of green Hops on tbe white label. Shun all th Tile, poisoa ous stag with Hop" or " liop" in their name. HENNINGS yrrr improved ' ' OFT " ELASTIC SECTI01 nrrrmtimT!' K lfUiidb.1 6.7S0 4,500 2.260 A ,f KMP11IS, ARKANSAS CITY , ii Vi .rr irkburf and Arkansas Kiverk uvJuli Co. li.S. Mail Line For Arkansas City and way Inndin li AT K A ISA MS.Cheek. mas- tr; Ulenker, ciera. leavo aiempnis eierj .v.o.-i-l)Ai and IHt tioDAY. at b p.m., connecting &t Terrene with naeket forbiil uointe on Ark. river. ror v lcKsoura ana way lanuinira . - . -RAUII, Nowland, master; Thompson, clerk. leaves every TL KiDAi at S p.m., connecting with packets and railrouds for Yaioo river and New Orleans. Freight received and bills lading eifrned on Company V harthoat. toot Lmonst. li. C LOW K ana c. ti Aijnuniu, Agonis, .I0HN CARK.Passenrer Agent. JOHX N. HARBIN. G. F. and P. Ac-nt. Above low water. Feet DR. RICE, 31 Court Place, IBUlSVILlt, KT A --,).-)- lartMd anal La-all- SMmliftr-l iJlT-tciM Ual lb nwi tciawafwl, su bia pv-ctkie wiii prove. Cnres aU forma of PRIVATE. CHRONIC and SEXUAL SIS EASES. Spermatorrhea and I l potency, M tta. rw.lt ol .lf-.h.M la youth, rarf m In tu - ,-, ow otkm cum. 4 Jd.r-.rx , t U. Ifl I..1IIZ rffmt: frtr va,MM, im.l EmrKlon, (niht rn rt.n.bv 4r..ma). Plumn of S..-til. Dl-lir. Mrtturv, I'hy .ml Mv, Pimplr. on Vmn. Ar.rrlo. t SoeWty f Frin.l , Cc.fui...r tdau, Lum of Sml Pn r, .1-. tWMlMt ami impro r or a.b.pp,, u. tboBljr d p. nil. nil; -a. SYPHILIS r "tr ' trmw Aiemi t a ia. is . Goiiorrnea., GLEET. Ssrtrt . Orc.il. Hernia tr lUr, i'lln. u4 otlw prl Xm Iuhm ..J. I. fa m Nlf- klMtt th . .hrMci who p. a bU an -n i w . am, clM. ! 4i,M,r.. U4 trm itinf Uow t Mtnt JlT, Miwn r I 111. Pbnictan. knowing 1.1. tct ofUm nnwad pM m ta mtf cu. Wan it U ikw rwh.1 1. .Lit tlw dtT for t i t, r tiring am b. ml pri wly Hi MM, by 41 or up uvkm. Cures Guaranteed in all Caa undertaken. C ia ll.il pn aslly er by letter . trm u bjTfte. Own p. rM Mbl, m4 tasai'iaw ailotly .fiowiial a PRIVATE COUNSELOR Or SOft mbi to HTIldn m, M -rriv M,f ShS (SO) c u. KbMl4 U r 4 L A44 . m Oak. bi-hsili.ll.sll-.ll. kW.rslt.4P. M. 3 1 11 6 3 13 7 8 2 S 15 2 17 Inch 7 11 "io" 5 2 8 1 2 6 1 ft 6 ChaQKe. Rise. Feet Inch Fall. Feet Inch WS7 Ptiios, amounting to.. ....t2rY,500 Antdleation for rntes to eluoa should be made only to the oEco of tne Compcuy in N ew Orleans. full aii'lre-'s. Slkke P. O. Money Orders payable and addresr- Kegwtored Kttcrs to m.-t-.lr nK 4. SITIII.H AL RANK. A ew vriraun, - . VOHTAI. KOTEf and ordinary letter, by Mail or Fxpres (nil sum of Si and urwara hipre.'s at our expotifej to Aesr Orleans, La, tlf 7 neve in ... ' .1 a He.t (our I Kt- citiiln. Ifsu. HtJ-.t-a.ianA4..w ,i mi ArmlT-aa by Ir. A. Voeleier. F. K. S.. Con- stilting Ciem'st Royal Affrtrulturnl PoclctJ, Krciard. cthowa onlv a trace of nltratt-8 la iti.r.i-itrin- Rn!i liorhnm Tobarco. The SOU of tile trolden licli. of North Carolina, In which tills tODaCC-O IB grown, uoil t, rwi,i"J " tli loaf. That !s the secret tif Its delictona mlldnerjs. Kothlng bo pure and luxurious for smotiu-i. nim-tforpettheor anil. Nonegen- ulne without the uuuo-uiar ul vao uuu. dealers t-o U aea feline coocerta drive away sleep jour beat aoiaos 1 found in Blaekmrin Jh.ll ham Smoiit roe . . IX li.ilttiE A S.lLIs CtPAWTlTIES. R. G-e Craig &Oo. ' SOI Main Streot Mcmplits, Tenn. 3 LfVERilORE FOUNDRY & DACHINE Co ....MEMPIIIS, TESJie r , V IS warranted Wl wear lnaawj , a I V tbe Conn neater, and Mnheisss I t 1 ysi.-f action than anj other Cssrsat . wr ti i go-s r a payakaaaa. . ras, Bee aaSaaa Jar, ; (knirMid tf vht aa , IjO TO 174 AHAVLH MXIiKET Ml. ask vol sr aasrei acuiLB, iDoarl J, G.. i m dA n snaoipa vmm him, WanwTF.s WaaaMU RUPTURE I At-krihitel mnttt la K ta tt "day., b- Or Fierce FUaoA Ma-naila Blaatia TruM. 'vvuvaviu.d thm onlv K itmatTiefTnam 1b ih world. Katlreir tiGnmltrom Mkn.TerfWWnmr,xuliwvrm v-ri(r-A-nd oomfort nightaDd Put4 th rraownrd lr. J. Hlnnn. oTN-w Yoik ftcd huiuir-da oi nhr. New IlliMtnMpaB Imkr iii)rt rtoo.oon(-ininftill i nfrrnt totfl. MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY. ua n. blxu Mag pi. iB-ua. mm f JT 3t ana. X fM V U A VTTV A rTTT k STTfR 1 1 IT AMU lrKAi.lVlU. XiX t TAx ' 11V4VMM . v -- a ana - A . ST asak4l. ' ? . . -. . i i-mi,.l BVHvlaisval kia-rnilllsi. Um sniii nn Mr:iin )ai lrvras iu.s .--. - Kt ' , a .. m UAKa t'lllin InlaolnMI. sTsTJakafl a fa. Tr isr. M a? rna Mrl tfrnwi Powers, '.in Weanr rniiM'' -raa.ww- - . Cotton Prsaij II om rintmlllM, wmw irta. Hno, Myarapiif and urumenui atom r nca, r.r,r 4 '! Peg 'TOO. Ao DEETIE N1.MTK41TI BEB OF TIIK CELEB Alabama Jul NoD-Kesldent Kotie. No. 5W5 In the Chancery Court ot Bhelby coun ty, lonn. Li. j.xianeaa v. iiwbh 1 1 atTnearin from bill which I sworn to ia thli cause that the defendants, Tboma B. Dunoan, ltonjamin K. Don can ana rrans vunoaa, mrm j idouts of the StaU of Arkansa and non-rl-dcnUof the 6tate of Tennessee: Jt is therefore ordered. That they malt their appearance horein. at the courthouse of bhlby ' i. . . r n ... lM,rnea lha flrafe county, lit in.moiiiB, '"" -. , - Mondny in tfeptember. 1h4, and plead, answer or demur to complainant' bill, or the same will, be taken for confessed as to them and set for beerinsj i parte; ana that a copy w taasr r . lished once a week, for tour successive w eeaa, ia A copy attest: a.J. piii.a, vieraanw -, T.y J. M. Breulav. Deputy Clerk and Uaater. John Loltue. Sol, for oomprnt. fue All ana ueaier - ' a-i.a.iin-. site.. No. atg T'T-OTtt Btreet Fire rlck. Clay. Sew erPlpe, Draln-Plise, ten, a-te.. rOSITlVK C'UHK FOB rilaEM. -l -il THE ilanriah More- Araderay for fih-Ts. 1 1 flee Q miles fro u j-i. tiianre. Xoted l"-.r i.e Cairo 18 3 & riittn,iOiTa; 5 1 1 ....... 11 n: -. ; --tot . vmtiuu-"-. I ; 1 i 1 1 1 navAnnort.. A 1 1 i - l x huhnnna frtWt Sniithl 2 1 1 2 llJaa K.,knk': 3 7 . 4 La Crosse... Leavenw'th. Little Kock. Louisville Meuiriift . Nashville ... N'ewO'leans Omaha ... Pittsburg-. Shreveport... St. Louis J St. Paul 4 Vicksburr- I Below his-water-uiark 171. WBm.im. AnmiBt 6. Noon River ft5 inches, and lalline. Weather clear and pleasant. Ciscinnati, August C Noon River 12 feet ti inches on the gauge, and ring. Weather clear. riTTsrtrRG. Angnst 6. Noon River 2 feet, and fallina. Wentiier clear and pleas ant. Night River 2 feet, and falling. Weather clear. St. Louis, August 6. Night River fall ing, with 15 feet 1 inth on the gauge. Weather dear and warm. No arrivals or departures except local packet. Ev-ASSviiAE, August 6. Night River 5 feet 2 inches on the gauge, and station; WoiiW clnar and iool : thermom eter 63 to 79. No arrivals or departures except local packets. C.uko, August 6. Noon Weather clear and mild. Arrived: a. j. ciner, i Ohio river, miilnigUt; r jn. ion-iii, ou i U'Uis, 7 a.m. Night River 18 feet 3 inches, and falling. W wither clear; ther- ! -tifi-w " 1- .'', BH 9 i i laMrr rnreavl ti -?k- r -r - &- I beSal IS MlaaBta SCHOOLFIELD, HANAUER & CO s i i i Mill St aa B,t i a ! J ij iriiiiiiiiii'iaii fnr Dtti i laTIi! nLll L. aa. - rr--,' - DURHAM tfj I SMOKINQ iri3 -Afiinnn mGCMl I -f A r&SZt A'at rjfirgsVB 1 lriiKHgZ3 sEass-S- SOUTlIWlaSTERX PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY, CIai kTllle, Tcuu. Beptensber 1, 1814. to Jnne S, ltS5- REV. J. N. WADDEL. D-D., LL.D.,CnanccUor, Assisted by Six Professor. Expenses from tlfiO to 35 per annum. tiead for a cataloBue. . g5i ANI 258 FRONT STREET, H 13 a M IS IS " lM STRICTLY WHOLESALE. rrhTTrTi n li ii ii u t a . (TMLD BT AI.I. PKL'Ila.- tm COTTON ON COMMISSION. n i -t ei E ii . i ti Ilia 6si msar fan "r w rd wzzoi-B8A.liXi fulue.4. borouuh oir-lrurtion. enretul trul and the refininir influences of a Christian home.' 11KV. AKIilUR J. RICH. A.M..M.D.. 1 ' Reisterstown, Md. 1L'V, ArriV'l : Virt Fliinkle, Cin ; City ' ' Sl- i uis. Au; Noon riier !. 1 the canal and 3 feet ';. . ,aer clear and cool. A General Agent for thi State on our forthcoming WHEAT 'HBJa by OlOaOlt C. NsttDBASI, entitled "STREET ARABS." Thi will be a rare and unique work, thrillin ia (ntereA snarklinr and thotic in conception. i. ' ilaedred 'll ttalratli.aia which end Trtrlll Heart 1H ANTED' 11. aajiahlalhe lye Will Met I e Siishl riiht man. ' -:" " ul jn ti!rc '" 4--r U J. fcit Kkt like it. Toth t::dre- a rie tssi't. W. T JLIIdEItY HABDWABE & I.EATIIEII, Xo?i. 301 and 303 Main Street Memphis, Tenn. f lrMlHora KittlM. No. 5210 R. D. In the Chancery Court of Bhelby county, lnn.-. fli. Liuiara, aa ipuvratvr, etc., of T. U. Dillard, deceased, vl, Laura I. i , : 1 1 i -1 TT appearing from aa order of Court entered ia 1 thS cause June 24. that the bill filed herein ia for the purpose of winding un the estate I of T. B. Dillard, decersed, as an Insolvent estate under the insolvent law ot me oiaie ot i.: i. w.r i r,,rl.r.d. That all Dartle claim- fa ti be creditors of or claiming to have an In terest in the estate of T. II. Uillsrd, deeeaaed. make their appearance herein, at tbe eoartbouse of Sboiby eountr. In Meuipbis. Tenn.. on or be fore t)ie first Monday in Auaust. 1KH4. hj r.lves made part:ehereUi. and tl nd stablish thair claims and denismls arainst aid estate or T. B. Uillnrd, deceased, or the same will o for ever barred ; and that a copy of lui oraer 0 puo- lished once a ween, pr lour eoosevutirv ia.. In the Memphis Appeal. .Thi June &, A eoiar attest; H.J. oijAviv, viera nu ,... HyJTM. llradley. Deputy Clerk and ilaater. Walone A Watson. rVils. -rr a iT t: 1 i"V Ht. BIAiMliyUU- W. II. KEJIJir.BAT. oee'j n n nisi a. T lee-Hrea.' THE ARLEJGTON INSDHMCE COHPAM DOES A GENERAL FIRE AND MARINE BUSINESS ffliOt.lJtsry. OAPITAL tneedliy Mierral oytb as. "f VKnllsta ! raja. ep . whieh sOctually cum Km esse Uriel! I IT, Ea VIHUty, -lrsssatire Pee ay. aa all trottblea asvaiu front o r-work and eaeessse Vuisl. aT ttaUlae ataiieJ f-re, aessseAey a-Miain I, ta hlllte-. IT t W4.. HMIM a SPECIAI.IST, ,. .,... an. aA Hsrsad Nlree CM'KKS Files, Re.-ta! Ulcere, fistula. Fissure, J andhtrietureswithoutih use of the knife, liratute or cautery. TreaU Female and Lhronia A i .ert.e. v.nerallv; eo r- " ""-atioa. ES1F.8RS OF YOUTH, Alatoa Boyd, V. U. Berry. J. W. Richardion. T. B. J. M W.I Sim, 6mitA. DIKHTtlM. e. Arno:o, Otto Bchwill, R.I.Carbanr. O. F.. Rynn. J.J. Duffy. W. P. UunavanU Joha Armiateae) J . 11. Malooe, W-JUJoaa, te Maataa aire sb Mew erfc.