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s iTMEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL S A TUEDAY, JUNE 6, 1885. i RAILWAY RECORD. - JlR&IVALASD DIPAHIUBE Of TRAISS. .-Uaaiea.pp. Valley Konte-L., Iff. O. fc T. Un effect Sunday, May 24, issf). Nt. 1, Going Sonth Leaving Memohis 8:30 . s arriviog at Arkansas City 6 am; Vicks urr9a.m. ; arriving at New Urlcans ":W.m. a hi tram Jewiog Memphis at 8:So o'ilovk p.aa. No, 2, Going ISorth Leaving New Orle-,- a.oi -m.; arriving at Vickiburg::l, p. m -; Mm..vV;. 7:10 a.m. Train leaviLg Arkw-M Wiivlt S-ii V- . . nsenvuie ai J" : i a.i i. connect with this tram i0'-,,i.iin'.Vi!!rL'-' Memphis et 2:1)0 i''a15 am! -.burg 11 :55 p.m. ; New Or- 6:00 Ma- only; A . ' nvsicr io ew urtens. MBrRKr VKP3"' X-r- Jiou, his. 1!!:,.",.PP, nd l-"". -Mail train l?-i."4;to "! r""!S atyi.Mla.m. Frriubt J-" leave, uau .sxepl Sunday) at5:15a.m.; .ein sanaay) al s:;so ..ia. Chwaamkt, Wlijo anol ttoointmtvro Trains move a. follows: No. 8 Wart lire daily) WaM at :15 a.m. No. 2 leave, at uT:W p.m. !7 Kipley aceosr. inodation us at 4 p.m Siaily (except SuoaayK No. i Mast line iailyl ar r,"J, e-.m. Msl and express arrives daily a :i a.ia. Kiple .eooniuioUation arrive, daily aajccAu t j I n . i-1 At . - Hemp tla Ana I.lf f . -. S folio. (sentral standard iio 1 !iie .,5i?,,', '-"'KS p.m.; No. 3 at 4:50 a.m.: ar ..-. , ... ; t dail- Mempbu aBd ruarlextOH Train, hot. J follow.; : lliron.h .xproet ! daily at Pw. Ma:l and axftrad? lnare. dailv at 9:1 avu. &omervUls acrouoipaticn !avd daily. r.pt bunday. at 5-li p.m. Xbroayh sxpro.e mv. daily at K!0 a.m. Su.l aid axprsM .rriT. daily at StiO p.m. Somervill. nooommo auoo arri.ot daily, oxc.ot Sunday, nt S- j a.m. KanaMnty.Snrbiclleldand Senpala liav. M. and I. aapot a.i follows : No. 4. uiail and'xprf leave, daily at a.ro.; No. niail andexpras. arrive, at -n. : No. M Louis .,n. leave, daily at 2:3) p.m.; No. Co, bt. Louis expras. arrive, at U:4 l p.m. ' MfmphK ttlmi anal ISmuxwIrk-TlcIlv fprias-. R.,te-Trin,mov. a. follow.; ,eave Mempfai. daily ataim p.m.; arrive at " -jo a m SIM 1KB "RESORTS. aooo feet : EER PARK AX1 OAkl,iXD, t) the Creft of the Allsanies, within the F. mou. tilade t-e.uin, bireotly on me Line . the B. nnd 0. v or l)u. Trani.feri. AM Limited T"?-l' ;nf- With the re-v aud uiipar alle ed fat: .phedule on the litltiuiore and ohic, ompariFon the murt ndvanlaire'ously loc tei. otha. to train .rvie, . d surruundinics. ofanj fL? h" K?.'k",;V ,Uav tJ'noinnati alter ?S?nW ' ?. leer.Park f..r early breaklaft. he turmnt trains are equally favorable. Leave Deer treak!a,t. There . also a Day Ltpres. earn B. and 0. Limited for Whiu.ton andli.lt'i ?u "-Tif rl ar " JVklitid.le.v. Cncin- 8-- "friviar .Vasoinaton 1 -11 D.m.. V'"""li ""J loveiy tw? rtsor:. are beyond all """.rZ.'i' P-' J. and O. Limited for C,n- C: aieepin'- . p.., . l,.;i,. i,..,r"; jwa open, Jnae sail. No Flies I ho iui'3 : 1.0 nay reveri o.vialar's. l)eer Park and Oakland, the on. 'ucin(r but fix mile, distant from the odor, with the inot oharmin drives connecting thm. will be under the manairement of Mr. W. J. W ALKKR. who.'n hi. two Mason, manairement of Deer Fnrk. made many nlhsi.5t1c friends of the ulorloas resortt moaf boatbern people. B. . o. Telenrsi.h xs n both hoteln; alto, tne Livery and Grl a Laundry All cemlAiuni-ations should be addresaed to W. J ker. ya en C ity Hotel, .umberland. Md., np to June lith. Alter that "lB.'iJ,r;r tark or Oikland. Md. i ,'"ri'j0.f5j:nd month, traordin. o location.. The B. and 0. Oomp- has spared ye axiMsnse in rendering Deer Pa-, k and Oakland tie leadintr Mountain Re.'rtj. of trie Kast, and tor tb. sauoi of 'lt the attraction, will be of a 'f1fLt'tI10, hi,bert" equalled, and the cuisine ?iw?i!H1ho"!'.?0-,celi,!j- In Finest 1-lac. for Children in the Land. BTXOXI. MISS. OPEX Nt'HltK AJ1 HISTtR, THIS delirhtfal Seaside Kesort ft r Touri.ts of fer. First clas. Accommodation.. Hotel is rituated directly on tha hach of the Guif of Mexico, and affords fine atom lair. FlMliinir Ua.ll.t ud ftrlvlac. The acce.Mil.iliiy. pare air and freedom from miUrm. lentr iJiloxi one of the ost desirable sp ta on the Gulf shore aT Hotel First cli. Rjtoi licj: nie. Application, for rooms, by mail or telegraph arul receive prompt Httentio". y. J. MPNTKOSS. ProTie tor. Bonita Springs! -ow OPE-Only si,e mile fr. PI lrB ROCK. AkK . on Kinsa. ' i,ri? jBK ,C5 mile, trom Memphis. Lve- IlKi 'yr .'a plet. Dish, h.althy,.- -hinir new and cm: Lhing. Kound-u-jp, ' Foru-erl- fu,, J ."Prietor, -r . of Montvaie and late Soring.. CKEtEAX VALLEY IIOISE. -.JAWlet, Vermont. jPEN from Jane to Octoher. A Bcant ful Mm V mer Resort. New and first.-cls h-tel, r .oms large, en suite or -mirk-, gas, elect-jc ' -lis; taoief nnsurpaased; bathroom.. hot.deo!d wa'cr: all mod.rn improvemtnti. Prices from FT to f !n per w, For plans of twos, prices and circulars. d"" E. A LtYENE. Manager. 344. M tl.OJi AVKM K.N4.W TI1KK . in'oally excellent board; moderate Pr:ws. Many Southern reference. . Old Point ComlVrt, Va. Hygcia ZIotel, hltnated 100 Yards from IV rt Monroe OPES all the year. Accommodate" Tin eoest. tiaal to any feot-l ra Vbe I nited states fcurroundinrs pictnre'Mae and his:o:io. Av XKintmnu. tab n ul service unexcelled. Bath '"hint and driving specially at tractive. Tarrss lesjfo- e,,ual acommodationh tnaa any ret ort in the country. Pure oce n air, ire trom malaria and conducive to refreshing bend for descriptive pinohlet. D. PllufcUl 3, l'roprieor. line Lithia J .tsrsi also fine Iron Waters). Hampshire Co.. W , , a. No Fo,. No Jjai ir a. here the sick recover, and the well are always happy -end forpamphlet. W. II. aALK. Prop'r. J 1 j ,oun riKe, now as ft rfrfu . ajnrmMl ttml Wmllr nanhfM nKrc.. ir,. .nrw all forma of PRIVATE, TCHRONIC and SEXUAL Dioi" bpermatorrhea and Impotencj, m Urn ttmH of elf-abat U yool. xrjfU urrnn !n tc. turtr Tfr. or -ttwr Cau'Wn, an ir-lu-in$ mmeot tte hi ii;t rtor-t.: Nmnjariraa. Seminal i mi'tt -tti, 10 etl a.M. ltai urni&i). Uuaar,, ,f liifct, Dcfr?: Vc. rv tur m -a . IV--. r PinnKwwrKft A u, S-tu -f i CcKiftwi f I-., Itn f fiiul fv.w, 4c rmtl rin STitaSYPHII. 113 t---J OtEET, Pi- an prtvu divun ,:klr cowl. nttt.i.fi,T-(!a11.i,P,r,c,1,MWO Mmn,Ur to, L M.r; Sw ltl, ITT.T f""" T r. Wte. ii i, ansnuv a ii?t,Ara,lteo in aU Caaes nndertati aaivJr r"rot.lrT or br Vttwr IV v-4 1twl44. PRIVATE COITNSri-OR L BaClt OT Jlr' d&c bctir. fra - A. M. to 9 P. M. a.irrn fita. No. R. D. Chan -cry Court of Shelby Coun ty, Tenn J. A. Wiggset al. vs. liio Mullaliy C. and K. Co. et al. PURSUANT to n order of en in this ctne on lufMliiy, Jdm 30, between l'J o'clock a m. ani 2 o'clock p.m.. I wilt tell in front of the courthouse, Metnpliis. Tern., 'he rollowinic described projerty, namely ; 1 be en tire leasehold interest of the i-irties totbi8uit in the prroii-es on tbe southwest c-trner of Anc t.ioo and Front ttnseta, whih parsed by the ieafe frrim the Milbarn i.in and JMahiott i'nmpany to trie detendant. H. A. MuIUfly, tub.iect U the term and condition of tbe f.nd leate, and of the jeaee trom Amn Woodruff, a trustee, under which tbe aid Jilburn tiin and Macbine Com pany holds th said premisca- And alo all tbe DaTine. boiJera, machinery and other property used in or about or belonging to the "aid lullally Crushing acd Kefininir Company, and inclmiicig all lb ;it may ba embraced in tbe invent.ry of J . M. Fowlkei, the reoeiver. on file with the Clerk and Walter, except such product of the mill a. have already been (old or 0'herwis dipof d of bythetaul receiver under the former order of the Court. And alt the barging, ti. racks, office furniture and fixtures, taita, tool, lamp!, pip fittinirsand o her property o; theta'dMul laily Or u bin and Keunintc Company of every description, whether eiobraced io tha said la eniory of not. and wheresoever or in whn-oev-r's custody or control the same maybe. But it is not intended that any deMn owin to the said Company, or id? chose in act. on belonging to it, shall he sold or dipod 01. All the Dn oertv herein decibed to be void wiil be sold s a whole, except one batUry of bv craihin-f rM and four iinters, and one ftatd of prees, inluding pumps, stop an t h4rulic f ipes. ba tiller aid t heater, being the snte ut furnished by the Milburn tiin ana Ma'hine Company u the M l ally Ciu-hing a-d Ketifing Company. I be articles so excepted will ea:H 'j sold wparately. Terms of tSale One-third cash ; balance in eo.ua! inrUallment of ix and twelve months; nole of pu'chaseiy payable to the orler ot thf Clerk and Ala-ier of said Court, with interest troin datt with security t-t be yirov-d by the receiver. J. M. FOWLKtS, Receive v m. M. Kandoiph, Taylor A Carroll, i-ste Warriner, ivdicit'irs. A t, Sr -- -I"' 'tw;.V; ;1 L i ' 4 reraitr J. w. vitrurii . 'on-Keiden1 Xotice. So, 5724, R. D. In th. Chancery Court of Shelby bonnili iruu. dqoio ivrnu ii. a. i . ceoo. It ipeariog from bi'l which is sworn to in thi. cause that the defoodant, A. V. Reno, is a non-re-iitlez.t of the Mat of Tennessee; resi dence unknown: It i. therefore ordered. That he make his appearance Lereint at th-s courthouKe ol Shelby county, in Memphis. Tenn., on or wefore the tirt Monday in July. Iv4 and plea4. answer or da rn cr to complainant bi 1, or the same will be taken for eon fes . d a. to him and set tor hearina ex parta; and that a eopy of this order be published once a week for four successive weeks in the Memphis Appeal. This 14th day of May, IS-vi. A copy a r test : 3. I. McDOWELL. Clerk and Master. Ev H. F. Walsh. Der.uty Clcrx and Msstir. P. M. Widen and J, J, PuBoi, gulf, forcota- tUU.ut. g m ViVk." -''-Iini New Orleans vhu'l-SSr k-'.":15.ni.: arriving t Jj1",' ,. 1 sleeker to Viokiburg u I;, iitDJ "T daily at 4:36 a.m.! Hreonimodatio's larei daily, ItS-O.' BU?; ' 5:00 .- ' "Tivaa da-.lj xo.pt buday. t S:j a.ia. (.:aadro jaki.nd: w. .:,1?:'.ut.?' Frk ;.-,.,: ,, ,1"" i:p m. . arriving al FINANCE AND TRADE. Tho money market continue. previ ously quoted. The coli?2 market cloeod quiet and Bfpn.tr. tlth miadling -quoted at lO.c, and t'loa of 700 bales all to 8iinners. Kecetpta were oO bales, none of t hicb. were Dy river shipments, 50 bales, cone by river, etockj 17,183 bales.. New York stol3 closed steady; middling qnotci 105a; futures cloaed fjniet and easier, Jane onotii at 10.7c(5i0."4, and oilier r-.onliis dec'ined 1 to 2 pointu, . Orleans spots closed weak at lO.c ; mturea closed steady, Juna quoted 10 37(510 39, and oth't Gonths 2 to 3 points lower, Liverpool ppota closed steady, air demand, quoted at 5 lo-lO-' Gi ; futures cloned barely steady ; June, June-July, 6 5ti-04d, sellers. Stock at Liverpool, June 5th, 977,0(10 bales, azainst in i,uou Dales Fame date last year. lieceipts at all united btatea ports j-ester-day, 1J03 bait. I u fnr;-ai trade there is no change in tone or price. Receipts and shipments yestErday were as follows: IMPOSTS. Fifty tea baron and hams, 13 brla beans and peas, 3 pkus butter, - J' pkgs boots and ehoea, 10,0)5 iu corn, '.' cars cotton-seed, "72 B"i cjtton-aeed, oaks coffee, 3'J hd cat tie, 133 pkgs dry goods, 61 pkes eggs, 4H0 brls flour, 4 hd hw??, 7 hd horses and mules, lti pk(re lard, eiVXH) ft lumber, 2 pkis liquors, 25 brls molaaies, 15 kgs nails, 4M bu oats, 17 brls potatoes, 1 car bulk pork, L'so brls sugar and 152 pkgs tobacco. (z POSTS. Four brls apples, 9trttaon and hams, 1s'5f3 bran, II brla bena and peas, lti pkgs bntler, 137 pkgs boots and shoes, 10 203 bu corn, ICS brls cotton-aeed oii, 3t0 ek cotton-Beed oil meal, 13 pkgs cheese, 17ti ks coti'ee, 17 hd catt;e, 121 pkgs dry gootla, oli brls tlour, 2 iti bales hay, 17 hd norses and mu;es, 173 pke lard, 19,000 ft lumber, 21 pk.'S liquurs, 41 brls meal, 53 brls molasses, 110 kps nailf, 479 bu oa;, 145 brls potatoes, 2 cars bulk rrit, HObrls parked poik, l'-ti brla sufar and ISO pkgs tubacco. iloney 6 to 8 per cent, on oatWaetory col lateral. The fotltH'-irO: shows the clear ttices aad balp.ueeB, the rates of exchange niid j. :i(-c8 of local stocks and bonds at the close of yesterday's business: Clearances yesterday, $.19,544 29; thus far this week, jS42,4J3 78; same time last week, $797,011 25; sains Week laat vear, i747,073 73: eameweek in 1 KS3. $1)35,022 19. Bilaom-s yesterday, JlS ti'J 91; tnus fur this week, $15H,285 74; same time last week, f24 ',210 00; sane week last year, ;214,74S to;. week in 1SS3, $111,095 97. F.XCUANOE. -Vew York , p"rH prem ew KnIani demand . tMi-t NT-. KiKiand .icht lj di?' ow Orleans par B AMS SiOCKs. lank of Cowtirce ...1;';$ InO :':rit National lis j$ 1.W 'sruian National. ... .J- i inii.it:an.. io7'3 lo ia Nntlonal ..ll( l:'U ' n.oa Mlanur. .. U;' U5 Mercantile.... INSURANCE STOCKS, tome n ilufft'itv li-ri..ir eoi.lc.. ' ' ''lauU)r..... -'him ix , vleiuphis Cii ''an Jo- tilt 'iernando........ Ulinictoa ...-'.' -i., 1IS51H9 yotiiiju i'jotlua z'.'.z''..'. . i RAILWAY STOCKS, neraphi. and Charleston & & 3. n'ssipippi and Tennessee y t. 4,) l.uuibiilo ana i anviue...... . ,)m lohile and Ohio . b. v. . RAILWAY BONDS. dewphis City .ino rair2 .rlemphie and Charleston consols 113 v.euipnu and Little Hock 1st niort lr....VA 11i) Mississippi and Tennessee oonol A 117 (aliil luisusippi and Tenaeona Consols Jl 9 T5 . MI5CF.LLANE01"". ! axing-District Htmpro,i, touds o A 7fi 'lemiibis fctor.t, fvn-.- fn Memphis liis C'ripany stock S7 ta to fix sj ;eaii'hs c:ts Comp.iny bonds j'Ei ..emrhis Vt ater Co. bonds, accrued int .CBiphia Water Company sloc...... W) Heuii h i City bonds, old 4 Memphis City Compromise frndr, ti- stamed..... MeinpLisCity u""i htmoM'bomia. a .eaip'.,sC'"-"-r..--i.froIi1 comp. bonds, m ilen,1hi.l--.7 ledger balances l'-.ffr.V:S Cit v tuiiir. Oo conn. A Lr.nili . '.in (S 81 42- jtriapbis'ity p-.vioir indebtelnecs 'fil 4 Chelny county iM-Jt u R.K, lung 6s.li.'iSlc5 -heiby county warrants a) ( ys Pioneer Cotton Mil!.. .. 6u 6t) Lty Telegr i).ti, Xkw York, June 5. Vcnv-y on call easy n 1 pr cent Prime mercantile paper qtiiet t 4 ;t:5. Foreign Pkcheogn Jul! at 4', for Bixty day?, and 4b'"i for demand. B niis GovernmEat bonds hav.r been 1'iiet but HfnEx, liual quotations showing t slight advance in most. cises, but a de cline uf J per cent, in :ue ctirreccy 0. S:ate bond. have been etronz on moderate oufir.ess, quotations for some of Missouri md other Southern imacs show eh ad-van-e in the price bid of 1 to 2. The railroad bond market han been much lets active to-day. Thn total Sales Were only fl lilW.OOt), a dt create Item yesterday of j ver 1,000,000, but tbe sales of Erie tec ind bonds were only S40I,0C0 and the Wtet t-hore firsts jl7.0u0. The rest of 'he bueiutw was well distribnted. Prices his evenin as compared with last pre vious sales are irreirnlar, the market hav iiig been w eak during the early part f the lay, but recovering 3 portion of the loss in the last two hours. t-tocks A sieady drive accompanied by tome realizing has ben made to-day tcaicst eoiue of the lend 'tie active stocks, otablv Lackawanna, Union Pacific and New York Central, rteuliing in a decline in tbe price of the tirot mentioned of near ly 2percent, The maiket opened weai and dull and without anv important re ictions durine the dav, slowly butsteadilv yield' d on limited tranaaciioDS till alter 2 j clock, when there was a more decided break in the more active stocks, which was rheckfd only a few minutes before the c'cse'of the board, la the final transac tions there was a rally of J to J per cent., With Lackawanna paining I, and the mar ket finally closed barely eteady at the im proved quotations. While the extreme de k ines were, therefore, in a number of in jtaure8, considerably over 1 per cent., the net r-pitltoi the day e operations is a loss of i to j per cent., except Ui-ion Pacific, which ia down 1 and Lackawanna 1 per cent. bt. Paul is however only 1 and Lake Shore i per cent, lower. The street was comparatively free of news of a character co influence the market, and the weakness e ascribed'only to the attacks of lea ling bears, acjoxpanie i by a willingness on the part of the bull cliques to permit a reac ion. With the prtseutex'remely easy con dition of the money market, aud the ab normal amount of surplne capitalawaiting mvcttnitct at per cent, per annum there is not a bear operator who dots not admit the power of the bulls to sustain prices whenever they ure at inclined. The question in dii-pute would be as to the ability of the cliques to seb their stocks at present pi ices. The announcement that ihe Union Pacific earnings for the month of April would show a decrease of 214,000 s compared with last year, is met by the counier statement by friends of the com ;any that the real decrease was only 10o,c00, the new management having adopted the plan of distributing the charges for taxes and other payments throughout each month of the year, thus making the difference. The Missouri Pacific directors declared the usual quar terly dividend of 1 per cent., pasable on Jnly 1st. Oregon Transcontinental shows i gain of aud Manitoba per cent There are no other advance s ou the active list, and Omaha preferred is down )j psr cent, with sales of only 50O shares. Tnere was a decided break early in the day in Missouri, Kansas and Tex.s, which sold at l'l) and remained dull and steady thtre auer, closing a fchade above the loe?t price with a lose c.f percent. It is stated that the City of Pekiu, of the Pacific Mail Company's Hue, earned $119,000 net on its last trip, which is the U'geet ever realized oa one voyage by any ot the company's steamers. Ihe total tal-js were 109,000 shares, an increase of about 39,000 shares over yesterdav, the largest business being done in L'cion 1'acifk, St. Paul, Lickawatica, Northwestern, New York Central and Pacific Mail in the order named, the sales being from 31,000 down to 15,0j0eacu. In no other casa did the transactions amount to as much as 7000 shares. The sales of stocks to-day aggre gated 109,200 share?, as follows: Dela ware, Lackawanna and Wesiern, 22.830; Kansas and lexio, 09JO; Lake r-hore. 4S, 100; Northwestern, 14,19J; New York Central. 1-5..W; Paific Mail, 15,140; Ut. Paul, 32,210; Union Pacific, 33,!95 ; North ern Pacinc, 4204. Closing quotations: OOTKaytflffTS. 0. 8. ltWi. 4s, lSTNU 4i.,ll-.. Pacific 6. of 1896. l'J6? os os. C. P. firsts, llfTi. Kri. set'Olld". 4' T. P. land grant.. 35. T. P.. ltiots. div.,.04. U. P. firsu, 11 "!,. U. P. land grunt, 10fj'4 V. P. .ink. fund, IS). Virginia os, 4". Va. con., ex-m. e., Kl; Va. consul., dfd, '. Lehiiru at likes, Louisiana Conscla, 7o. Mis.'iuri is, 14. St. Joseph, I1TS. , St.P.4: . C.firsl.i.119. Tenn. os, old, 4-'.;. T. , n.w. 4 roexs. Adams Express, 1 Morris E., olTd, 1245i. Allegheny Central, . Alton k Torre 11., 171-i. Ail. 11., i.fd, t). Ame-ican Express, &,' li.. C. K. k N., l. Cna.la PaciGc. -jn'.i. Canada Southern. I'i Central Pacihc, v.. Cbesa)ake and t)., 3V. C At O. 1st i fd, '. ',. C Jt O 2d pfd, :i!4. Chicago k Alto, 137. C. k A. p!d, l'o. C, B. k lil '4. C, r.t. L. N. li., . C.ht. L A r"., 9. C.rit. L, 4 P. pfd, IS. C, S. 4 C. li. C.tC. 274. lie!. 4 ilod.. I-el,, L. & :i ., j. i l.'cn. i P.ioti.,4 , fctie, Y. '.. :iabville c, N.J. Central. 3o'. Norfolk 4 W. pfu. lfi. Northern Pacific, lti. Northern P. pf 1, Chicago 4 N. W., C. IS. W. pref'd.1,27. New York Cen., bV1. Ohio Central, ',. Ohio k Misjii.sippi, 12. Ohio 4 M.. pld, 62. Ontario 4 West., 7. w Oregon Navigation, 7. OreKon Trao.., Ir's. Oregon Imp., 21. P.cilie Mail, 6j7-s. Panoma, tfH. P.. U. 4 E.. SV I'i'l-burg. I41S Pullii.au P.il Car, 115. Keadii ff, li'i. I'.ock I.at.d, IVH. bl. L. a li. l'., St. T.. S. ..nH. I ?.5t t'enn., .14. St. L.4 S " '. . . .i r.7- r.ast leu., piu, r. .--,il.tp-a,M. tort ayne ?T i . - - CI. f.i .11. r- n. A t, o pid, . IFarlem, V'l. Hotlstrtn T 111 SC P. 4 OinahaV gt. P. k 0., pfd. B,'J. Illinoi. rttal.'lji. lexu facibe, ln'l. lTnion Pacific, Sf'.i II. S. Expraas, Si. W.,sr. u. P.,:i'5 W..St.L. P.,pfd,7,. Well, t Falwo Kx., 109 W. U. Tal. ;-H-t Colorado ctni. 9ri. rtvUiestake, UH. Iron Silver. . OntArio, 2!.VS. Suickailver, 4'. uicksilver. ptd, 22 6oth Kaoitto, CuUo. iit. In. B. 4 W. Kansas 4 T-. li. Lake K. k W,.. Lsk. Sh-rs, 51. i. Pj'a. St Nash. Lou. k N. A., 2i'.. M.AC.tst l.fd, . M.SC.Wii-, . 4v,har.. 32V,. MichlRan Central, 49. Min. k Bt. L . !U. M. k St. L- pfd, 24S. Missouri Pacific, yH. Mobile k 0., T.kw (.rlkaks, June 5. Sight exchange on Jew iork, S2 per 1000 peranum; Danxers sieruiig, 4Si j. London, June 5. Consols, 99 3-10 for money and 9J lor the account; United States 4H 1H; Atlantic and Great Western firsts, 223 ; Atlantic and Great Western seconds, 1 4 ; Erie. 95; Erie sec onds, 471 ; Illinois Central, 120 ; Mexican ordinary, 24; St. Paul common, 67 J; New iork Uentral, B4; ennnylvaina, 4f)J ; Keailicg, ti. liar silver, 4"id per ounce Parh, June ?. Three per cent rentes, sit tJc lor tiie account. THE COTTON 3IARKETS. The local market opened and closed quiet and steady, wih quotations un changed, and sales of 700 bales, all to spia nera. Week's sales 3000 bales, all to spin ners, isolations at trie cloee were: Teterday Day Before Or:ltnT Nom Nom. t!ood Ordin.iry..- M ir' Low M i Jdiin i . ..........1 'Z Middiin: V1 Uooii Middling. lii Middling Fuir W,t Fair . . Nom. ltf Nom. btatn.. yiralOc; tinges, li)JiU.o. Receipts of cotton yesterday, 30 bales; total rei-eipts to date, 4;'5,0Sl bales, antinst 442.H25 baits same time la-t year, and 504.- riti4 bales in lf?S3. Shipments yesterday, 60 bales; total shipments to date, 412,510 bales, leavm." stock on hand yesterday, 17, 1)S3 bale. .New York Bpots opened quiet, closed steady,-middling, 10 je, and tales of 2033 balei. Futures opened quiet, and closed ouiet and easier. June quoted at 10.73 "10 74, against 10.76M10.77 the. previous day, with other months 1 to 2 points lower. Sales, 34,500 bales. Keceipts, bales; stock, 303,520 bales. New Orleans spots opened quiet and steady, closing weak, middling, 10.C, and sales of 110J bales. Futures opsned steady, closing steady. June quoted at 10.37 10 39, and o her months 1 to 2 points higher. &il v lO.tiOO bales. Receipts, 159 bales; stock 7 1,445 bales. J'bacondii: :o at other domestic mar kets at the ci d yesterday were as foHos,: Galveston, -ier at lOJc; receipts, 6 bales ; stock, 4 ' bales. Mobile, eao- 10c; receipts, 1 bale; stock, 10 03b ba -. " Sivannah, q 1 at 10c; receipts, 39 bales; stock, 5!ic..' tales.. . Charleston, niiirit at i04c; receipts, 110 balec: stock, 2349 bales. Wilmington, dull at lOJc; rCCeipta, bales ; stock, 701 ir0. ,'urio'k, eAgy ailOji; receipts, 2!V blee; stock, 3413, bale" Baltimore, nominal at ICic; receipts. 4S3 bal23; stock , 7431 bales. Koston, dull at 11c; receipts, 9 bales; 6tock, 0310 bales. Philadelphia, dull at 11 jo ; receipts, 45 bales ; stock, 7730 bales. St. Louis, dull at 102c; receipt", 5 bales; stock, 9301 bales. Augusta, steady at 10t10Jc; receipts, 4(1 bales; stock, 3259 bales. Receipts at the ports, 1303 bales, against 4797-baies same day last yemyand 4052 bp 'eg the year before Keceipts at tbe porta f days this week, 3715 baJer, aSainst 6el7 bales same time lftct wees, and 12.5S3 bales same week last year. Exports to Great Britain, 14,6m bate!", againnt 11,591 bains some Jirrtb last week, and 13.H55 b!e3im'e vreek last year. 8tor at all U nited States ports yester day, 427.301 bales, against 449,476 bales same time last week, and 402,407 bales sama week last year. Total receipts ut the ports thus far this season, 4,091,042 bales, against 4.723,883 baits same time last season, and 6 828,931 bales in 1SSS3, Decrease in receipts, S".ft43 bit'es. Tviai oreigti exports, 3,624,1 id bales, Cgainat 3,6(?4,701 bales same time last sea son, and 4,418,4 15 bales in 1S83. Liverpool spots at noon were quoted steady, fair deaiand, with sales ot 8000 bale?, of which t-400 were AmericaD. .Re ceipts, 2200 bales, of which 2200 were American. " At 12: Ordinary, 5 7-16d ; good ordinary ' 5 11-161; low middling, 5 I3-16dj gooi middling, li 1-10U; uplands, 6 l.vlOd ; Or lens, 6d. Livernocl futures 4t noon were steadv : Jcne-Ju!y,5 5i4i4i; July-ADgust,659 64i; August September, 5 03-64d; beptember- October, 5 OOtHd; November-December, 5 4S-64d. At 2: Sieady; June, Jnne-July, 5 57- 61d,se! era: July-August,5 60-64J, sellers; August-September, bj, sellers: September- October, 5 60641, buyers; Otober-Sai vembsr, 5 51 4 J, sellers; November-December, 5 48 G4d, sellers; December-Jan-u?.ty, 5 48-64d, sellers. At 2: -Manchester Cloths steady, lair demand ; yarns firm, fair demand. At 4: J une, June-July. & oo-04d, sellers; July-August, 5 59 64J, buyers; ' AugUEt- heptember, o 63 bid, sellers; feeptemoer- O.:tobe,5 6164d, sellers; October-Novem ber, a 51 bid, tellers; Aovember-Decem-bsr, 5 43 641, value; Dicember-January, o 48 64 J, value. EuturcB cloaed barely Eteady. Manchester, June 5. The Guardian, in its c .muiercial article, says: "The market shows increased firmness. There baa been mucu inquiry, but the general business done has been small, sellers refusing to ac cept offers below the quotations. The in dication is that prices have touched the bo' torn and upward move has not begun, I ut in soma instances producers are doing better than was possible before the holi days." GENERAL, TRADE. -ALt. BOtKU DEAXINeS. The following is a record of bids, offer ing, and transactions during yesterday's seeeion of the Call Board; COKJt. u. ni.ikc, riui, wi. uiii w, noiicu , June, 10 cars sold at 5sjc; July, 57c bid ; AUiUBt, use bid, o9c asked; year, 42c bid. No. 2 spot, 50c bid, 51c asked ; June, 50c bid, 51c asked ; July, 51c bid, 51 jc asked ; August, 51c bid, 51Jc asked; year, 43c apked; No. 3, 43 j asked; No. 4,35c bid, 38Jc aaked. CORNMEAL. June, $2 70 asked. IIREAOMTIFFS. Cors White, 65c; mixed 56(t58c, from store. Iroui levee white, 60c sacked, 58lc bulk; mixed, 5'-Js sacked, 50Jc bulk. Jfct ay strictly choice, trom siore.il; prime, 90is95c ; prairie, 55c; round lots from levee or depot, choice, $2050; prime. $17 a0,18; prairie, $11(5)11 50. Oats W hito, 43 and mixed, 4 e from store. Round lots from levee or track white, sacked, 40c; mixed, sacked, 44c; in bu'k, white, 4344c; mixed, 39Jc ItKAs trom store, oc perewt; round lot" from levee. $14 per ton. Coknmkal Standard, f3; pearl, f 3 75t3 4 from otore; 6c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Bsans Navy, $1 75(?1 85 -.medium, $1 50 tjy 1 05. Table peas, $1 25l 75 per bushel. Stock peas, no demand. Oatmeal In half barrels, J4 trom store. Cracked Wheat In half barrels, $4 50 trom store. Flocr Frr m store, triple extra. $4 50(ii) 4 60 ; family. $4 75(.5 ; choice, $5 255 60 ; t?.ncy, ! i.nXB; extra lancy, $0; patents. $0 inX" 6 75 ; round lots from levee or track 1015c cheaper. Hominy akd Gkits from store, S3 7o Kicb Louisiana, 5t(dUic : Carolina. 7(4 Craceers Soda, exira,4jc; soda, doable extra, 5c; assorted jumbles, triple extra, luc; pinger snaps, extra, 7c LocniVii.i.E, June 5. Grain firm. Wheat No. 2, longberry, $1 02; No. 2, red, SI. Corn No. 2 mixed, 51c; No. 2 white, 56c, Oats, No. 2 mixed, 37c. Kansas City, Mo. June 5. Wheat higher; civili, 82(S2c; July, 853(s86c; August, 89(;s9i:. Corn weaker; cash, 40ic; June, 40140Jc; July, 41Jc OatB nominal ; 37c esked, Ciscinnati. June 5. Flour firmer; fam ily, $4 200?A 60 ; fancy, S4 60(S'4 85. Wheat stronger; No. 2 red, $11 01 ; receipts, 2500 bu; shipments, 500 ba. Corn eak and lower; No. 2 mixed, 47 J '2,47 c Oats quiet; No. 2 mixed, 35f"3o3c. Rye quiet nut steady; ro. 1, o(2i ic. eariey nom inal. New Orleans. June 5. Flour ?ull choice, $4 70(i,4 80; fancy, J4 95; extra tancy.to 20; winter wheat patents', Jo 2; ("5 75; Minr.esota patent process. $5 75 bakers', $4 75. Corn quiet and easier; mixed, 5Sr-Vc; white, 70c. Oats easier and in moderate demand ; choice West ern, 43(i44c. Cornmeal quiet at 2 90 - sii. nay quiet ; prime to s;nctly prime $16(?18 50; choice t ) fancy,$19f,2l. Rice quiet but steady r Louieiana, ordinary to prime, i,.)i.. x au quiet at noc. B tt. Locis, June 5 Flonr dull, but firm w heat higher, but very nnsettled; opened fum, advanced to, then declined $(2 c, but under urgent demand, which was not half sapp ie.l, prices rnshtd i ji .igaiD.sod closed 1' 1J t above veatertlav ; Xo. 2 T'd, cash, I; 02 j51 03,; Jane, il u2j(Sl 03i,Jaly, SI 03J1 053, closing at SI 05 j; August, $1 04,(3,1 C0j, closing at $1 06. Corn dulj and lower till near the close, when it rallied )c under yesterday No. mixed, cash, 43s(t 44c; June, 43S(a43ic July, 41J (. 44ie; August, 44", closing with bids of If abnVA tha liiirrimt htiotfltiona. ()atsi firm, but slow; No2, mixed, cash, 321c; Jaiue, 32c; year, 2i;c bid. live no sales; 6iic asked. Flaxseed steady, $1 25. Hay timothv. (1215. Bran 62c at mill, Cornmeal Jteady, S3 60. Keceipts Flour, 2000 brls; wheat, 15,000 ba; corn, 55,000 bu; oats, 13,000 bu; rye, none; Parity, 1000 bu. Shipments Flonr, 9000 brls; wheat, 1000 bu; corn, 37.COO bu; oats, 03,000 bu; rye, none; Parley, none. At the afternoon beard wheat was strong and sharply litgber; June, SI 04 j bid; July, SI 06 J ; August, SI 07. Corn closed c higher. Chicago, June 6. Tbe daj on 'Change was again marked by strong excitement and another sharp advance in the price of wheat. The conditions were very similar to those witnessed during the two pre ceding days. The outlook for tho crop of the winter Wheat growing States was con sidered so dubious as to dwaif the talk concerning the visibly supply. The cflicial statement from Kansas, limiting the prob able yield in that Slate to 12,000,000, had strengthening effVct, and the statement was made that Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio would report little if any more promising conditions. The other wheat markets responded to the rise here, St Louis leading the local market and scoiine a larger advance even than Chicago. It was V.ated that the MinneaDohs millers had advanced the price for wheat two cents, and that a good interior milling- de mand had grown np. Ihe receipts here were larger and the ehinmen's limited. The foreign advices quoted dull and easy markets, and nnder tola influence, after a firmer leeling, the market declined Jc, ral lied Jc, again sold off atr.fle, then sold np nn 'er a strontr demand lie. and closed on tin regular board one cent over vesterdav. Thv.e was a further appreciation of s on me aiternoon Doaro, tne market closing at nearly outside figures. There was cood trading in corn to day, but prices averaged lower, owing to increased receipts and a less urgent shipping demand. Tbe rSarket opened a shade firmer, sold off jc, fluct uated, and finally cloted ic lower than yesterday. There was a weaker feeling in oats, the market declining 4(3) but recovered a portion, ami finally closed on the afternoon board well up to yesterday's latest fizures. Flour dull. Wheat trading active with an nn. settled and nervous feeling, with prices runng irregular ana nigner; iae market opened a shade higher, declined jc, rallied ic, sold up 14c, and closed lc higher than yesterday ; sales ranged: June, s7f3)SSJo, closed at 8S388Jc; July, r's&90ic. closed at 90Jc; AuguBt, 90Jt!Ji3c, closed at!2Jc;No. 2 spring, SSJriHSSJc; No. 3 spring, 79i83c ; No. 2 red, 95 jc ; No. 3 red, 84c. Corn in fair demand, but after a firm opening ruled, easier, prices declining jc, nastpatea and cloned Sc under yester days; cash, 46,f546ij; June, 46(S)46 closed at 401te46i"- ' ., - , --.to; August, 45,461c, closed ftt 4o;c Oats a weaker leeling prerailed; together with a low"r ranga of rricca: the market declined Jajis, reacted, and closed at medium figures; cash, 3333c ; June, 32$33c, cloted at 33Jc; July, 32$ 33c, closed at 3333c; August, 2S fe2sj, closed at 2828Jc. Rye quiet; No. 2, 65c Barley nominal. Flaxseed dull ; No. 1, SI 35 I 518. Receipts Flour, 0000 brls; wheat, 87,000 bu; corn, 220,000 bu ; oats, 162,000 bu ; rye, 4000 bu ; barley, 13,000 bu. Shipment Flonr, 1 3,000 brls ; wheat, 19,000 bu; Corn, 23 ,000 bu; oats, 121,000 bu ; rye, 1000 t ti ; barley, 1000 bu. Aftemton Board. Wheat eScited and higher: June, f91c: July. !Uc: Ancust. 5?3c -lorn jc higher. Oats Jc higiier. PKOV18IOB1K. Butter Creamery, 3032c; dairy, 20'?: 25c; butterine, lio; country, 1522c according to condition. Cheese Prime flats, 46c; N. Y. fac tory, 7(v8c; fu'l cream, 12jl3c; Y. A., 1213c. Mess Pork $12 per barrel; sugar-cured hams, packed, 94llc; breakfast bacon, 9J10je; clear rib bacon, 6jc Bulk Pohk Clear sides, 6(Sl6Jc; clear rib aides, 6c; shoilders, 4ic. Lard Tierees,7c; half-barrels.7'c; kegs, 7c ; buckets, 7jc; ball-buckets, 7jc; 20-lb Uiib,7c; 10-lb tins, 7i: 5-lhtins,7c; 3-lb tics, 7c; choice kettle, 77c Louisville, June 5. Provisions firm Bacon clear rib sides 6c; clear s des, 6c; shoulders, 424c Bulk meats clear rib, sides, 5Jc; clear sides, 6c; shoulders, 4Jc. Mess pork, $11 50. Sugar-cured hams, 9J 10c. Lard choice leaf, 8c St. Louis, June 5. Provisions quiet and weak, and only a job trade done at pre vious prices. Pork, $10 87. Lard notn'- nallv ft ft.vi Rnlk mAata Inner plnar ll short rib, 5 40c ; short clear, 5 60c. Bacon long clear, 5 9062; short rib, 6( 6.10c; short clear, 6i6.30c. ewOki.bikh .TnnAft PrtrW dull 11 o; T.arrl rlnll 16 -lArl fiitrrtA ftlrKSo ' R,,Il- meats dull; shoulders, packed, 4c; long clear rib and long clear, 5 Ac. Ba on dull ; shoulders nominal, 4e; long clear, 6jc; clear rib, 01c. Choice sugar-cured can- vased hams quiet at !N2,9Jc Cincinnati, June 5. Pork steady, but light demand, $10 75. Lard stronger, 35c. Bulk meats firm: shoulders. Hi: short rib, 5 45c. Bacon in fair demand ; moulders, 4ic: short rib. 6.1oc: short clear. 6c Butter quiet, 49c. Es;g4 easier, 12c. Cheese lower; choice full cream factorv, 6(S,7c little doing in provisions, and prices ruled InvAr Imb nnrk 1 riuoil 1 (V, 1 ". nndj yesterday. Mess poik quiet, 10(ii15c lower, closing eteady; cash, $10 2Si0 30; June. jtu zotajiu ou; Juiy, ?itu zoivii' mi closed at $10 324(3110 35; August. p"3510 45, closed at If 10 42i(a-l0 4o. j-ard easier and 2ic lower ; cash, 6 4 J6.52c; June, tJfW a col. T..iw a kemI ui. -i 1 -a. a? t-i 'JaaJU t t UiJt V tJly ' UOC, tlLKJCU Kl M.'J 4 t,ty wv , aa ujtagv v vo .vy.ui t,,ivntiU at J mi 2 Boxed meats quiet; dry salted shoulders, SUlllSRSc- ahnrt rih airlna filraiA OT1 a shorT clear sides, 5.805.85c. On the I'roduce isxebaotre, butter ruled fiat; creameries, 14g,15Jc; dairies, 912c. Eggs weitK, aic Afternoon Board. Pork 2i(3i5c hiuher. Lard 2 jc higher. UKtM'EKiE. Coffee Common, 8j()9i; ordinary. Pj'SiilOc; prime Rio, 1 lfcijl 1 ; choice. 12(d)13 Jc; old government, 20(28c. Pogab Pure white. 7ic: off white. 63 (.'7c; yellow clarified, 6c;open kettle, 60c; refined A, 7jc; granulated, 7Jc; powdered, 8c; cut loaf, 8 Molasses Louisiana, common to fair. 3037c; prime to choice, 48(3)53c; syrup, 2530c : centrifugal, fancy, 4oc ; common to lair, 2833c; prime to fair, 3540c. Candies Sticks, nil sizes, in boxes, pails and barrels, 8 jc sagging and Ties Uagging, jute, i'a llc: flax. 10(S)10ic according to weicht. Ties, $1 80(31 40. Soap 3t64c per pound. Candles Full we ight, 12 jc. Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 2Sffi-35c; other grades and stj'les, 3590c. Snuff Garret s, $11 per case ; Ralph's, $10 25 per case; railroad, $9 25(3)10. Salt Per car-lod, $1 30 per barrel; $1 40 in sacks; pockets, bleached, 237c; coarse, $1 25 ; car-loads from levee or de pot, 610c cheaper. Canned Ooods, fc-x;. Prices per dozen : Pineapples, fl 60(3 1 60; peaches. 2-!b, standard, SI 50; seconds, $1 20; tomatoes, 2-!b standard, $1 ; 3-:b, $1 251 35; straw- oernes, 1 20(a)l &0:: raspberries, $1 15qj) 125; blackberrios, $1 10(3)1 25; green gages, SI 25 160; pears. No. 2, $1 50; plums, $1 60; asparagus, $4(3)4 50; green corn, $1(3)1 40; grettn peas, fl 75; cove oysters, full weight, l-lb, $1 15; cove oys ters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 90; cove oysters. ugnt weignt, i-id, bo:; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 20; condensed milk Crown, $9 40C650; Eagle, $3 25; Swiss, $S6 25. Baltimore. June .5. Coffee dull: Rio. cargoes, ordinary to fair, 7j8c. New Orleans, June 5. Coffee quiet but steady ; Rio, cargoes, common to prime, 6 i9 Jc. Sugar quiet; and strong ; common to fair, 43(3oJc; good fair to choice, nom inal ; yellow clarified. 6i(3iSlc:ofl fthite. 6Jc; choice white, bje. Molasses firm; common to good common, 17(2)22.:; fair to good fair, 232Jc; prime to t'rictly prime, 2633c New Yore, June 6. Cofi'ee sp .t fair Rio firm, 8c ; optionn barelv steariy ; sales, 13,250 bags; June, 6.90c; July, 6 9 (37c; August, 7.10c ; September, 7 1537 20c ; t tober, 7ie; November, 7.30c; December, 7.35c; February, 7.45c; March, 7Jc. Sugar dull and easy ; centrilogal, 96 test, Cc; tair to good refiniDg quotod at 5J5lc; refined steady; white extra O, 5jc; confectioners' A, 6 9-16ffi6jc; powdored, 7Jc: granulated, 6'3 6jc;off A, 5j6c. Molasses quiet and easy; 60 test, 20c. . Hi7SKHOLb (tllPPLIES. Vegetables Onions, yellow, new, $43 4 50 per barrel. Potatoes Irish, new, $3 25(3)3 60; old, $2 :!5(a2 50. Sweet pota toes, $3 25(0)3 60. Cabbage, $3 754 25 per crate. Turnips, $1 60 per barrel. Kraut, new, $4 2535 per barrel ; $2 50f3;2 75 per half barreL Garlic, $1 per 10o. Apples Common to fancy, $3 504 50 per barrel. Dried apples, 3c per pound from store. Dried ptaches, 6c from store. Pickles, medium barrel, $7(37 60: half barrel, $4(i4 25 ; pint; arsSl 25 per dozen ; quart jam, $11 75(312 er dozen. Poultry Spring chickens, $l1; old hers, $2 50(3,3 : young and mixed. $2 50 (33 25. Turkeys, $9(3)14 per dozen. Ducks, $3(3)3 60. Fbesb Meats Beel Goo! Kansas City steers, heavy, 7K3Se; light, 7c; cows and heifers, 6 j7c; mutton, 7$c; mutton Bad dies, 9c ; lambc, 10c ; pork. 8c FaciTsOHinges.iJiii-l M per box. Leai- ons, f 3o7 3 50 per box. Bananas, f 12 60 per ouncn. loconutfi.5perl00. Peanuts Virginia, 67c; Tennessee, farmers' stock, 2Jc i recleaned, 3,'4ijc ; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled, 10c. Almonds, 18(r.20c Chestnuts green. 12c; dry, 15e. , Texas pecans, 1015a; Arkansas, iGSIc English walnuts, 12c . Xtaples, 16c . Filberts, 14c Brazil nuts, 8c Raisins London layers, S2 750y3; Imperial, S3 754. Brandy cherries, 3(3)3 25 per dozen. Cider Missouri, S7 60 per barrel and ft 60 per half-barrel; Kentucky barrels, $0 607; Kentucky half-barrels, SL Vin egar, 124(3)15c per gallon. Fish Mackerel. 10-lb kit No. 1. 80c: No. 2, 70c: 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. White fish, no. nait-narmi, o ou. Eggs 1212Jc cnrruN-atKO. Cotton-Sekd Oils In car-load lota, prime crude C. 8.od, 29(5 "Oo : off crude.25(a 28c; prime summer yellow, 3638c; off summer yellow, 3o(o;c; Miner's, 3H( 38c; choice cooking summer yellow, 38 39c. Less than car-load lota : Cchoice cooking summer yellow, 4t)42c; choice .winter yellow, 4850c. Cotton-Seed Meal Prime, L o. b., tl9 25 per ton. Cotton-Seed Cotton-seed, railroad, sacked, $12 per ton, delivered ; wagon seed, delivered, $12 per ton ; river seed, on bank, $10 per ton. Rates established by Mem phis Cotton-Seed Clearinghouse. New Orleans, June 5. Cotton-eeed. oil prime crude, 28c; summer -yellow, 35 37c ; cooking, 43c ; cake, 24c, f. o. b. Mar ket dull. I.I7HBKK StBUIvT. The following are tha wholesale prices of lumber in this market: Poplab 1 in., 1st and 3d clear, $18(5 21; 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear. $22(3,24: common board, $10(3tl2 60; siding strips, lixtt. tace measure. 1st and 2d clear, $22: ceiling, 1x6 in., 1st and 2d, $20: dressed, 1, 1 j and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $28(3)30; com mon dressed, 1 in., $1 3)15. Timber Poplar, $o(3)9; cypress, $o(3)9; Cottonwood, S23; guin,$3(a3 50; oak, $5 8; ash, $0(3)8; black walnut, $2050. Cypress 1, 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $23(3)25; common, $15; foncing, 1x6, 16 ft.. $16. Black Walnut 1st and 2d. 1, 1 J and 2 in., $65(3)75 ; common, $35 5040 ; culls,$18 2. Yellow Pine 1.1 and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $20324; dressed, $30; flooring, 5 and 6 in.. f25; flooring, 3 and 4 in., $27 50; 2d flooring, $22 50; heart step lumber, $35 (3,40; J ceiling, $25; ceiling, $22 50; ceiling, $20. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 2d, $20(3)22; common, 1 and 2 in., $8(3)12. Rsd Gum 2ds,tl8i9; common $S10. Cottonwood 1 4;o 3 in. mill tud, ctiils out, ilOU. Lath Poplar, $? ; cypross, tl 80. Shinole3 No. 1, sawed or shaved,$4 25; sawed or shaved saps, $3. Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $20 23: eon " - - . -'C I tH2)13 00. PETROI.Et JI tlAKKtl, - Coal-Oil Price white, wholesale lots, 8c per sillifi. Pittsburg, June 5. The oil market was dull and heavy, not much doing; National Transit certificates opened at 79: and closed at 783c. Highest price, 791e; lowest, 783c. Bradford, Pa., June 5. The oil market opened at 79,c; closed at.78Jc; highest, 79Jc; lowest, 785c. Runs, 63,152 brls. Total shipments, 65,144 btla; charters, 58,095 brls; clearances, 1)352,000 brls. Oil Citt, Pa., . June 5. National Transit certificates opened at 79 Jc ; highest price, 79 Jc; lowest, 78c; closed at78jc; sales, 586,000 brls; clearances, 135,000 brls; runs, 63,152 brls; shipments, 45,24'' br's; charters, 58,0"5 brl. - HOrSE-BCILUl BITEKULS. Framing-Lumber Yard pr;cee Rough, f 15 per 1000 feet : dressed, $30; yellow pine flooring, $25; shingles, $3(3)4 50; lathing poplar, $ 75; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths abovs 20 feet. Lime and Cement Pure Alabama lime, 75S5c in bnik delivered efXip.'Vc ,per b.rrel ; in store ; Louisville cement, $1 50(3 1 75 per barrel; Rosedale cement, $2 25(3) 2 50 per barrel; Portland, $43)4 50; Ro man, $5 ; plaster of Paris, $2 50 ; Hair, 5c per pound ; 40c per bushel. Naiij $2 35 per keg. WIIPiUY.ETI!. Whisky Straight Buurbon, $1 506; rye.$l507. Wines Imported port, $1 50(3)6; slier ry, $i 50(5)6; champagne American ex tra, $78; Kper Heidsick, $2527; Mnmm'e extra dry, $29(3)31 ; Roederer, $29 (33 1 ; Ve. Cliquot, $31(3);3; claret, $3 75(3) id per box; Catawba, iHWJ per case. Chicago, Jnne 5. Whisky firm,$l 15. St.Locis, June 5. Whisky steady, $1 13. Cincinnati, June 5. Whisky steady. SI 13. New Orleans, June 5. Whisky steady; Western rectified. $1 05(3) i 25. hioksasu rzLrar. Wosl Choice washed, 28c per lb ; un washed, 1023c; uuwashed burry, 10 loc; clear ao, iti'ajic Alai Ket weak. Hides Dry flint No. 1, 16Jc; No. 2, 13Jc. Dry salted, 10fi)llc Green salted, 6j(i)3c. Tallow, e6c. Beeswax, 22 2oc. Market firm. HOX.4KSJ AN U HULKS. Messrs. F. A. Jones Sl Co., live stock and comniis-ion merchants, Monroe street, furnien the following quotations of toe horse and mule market: Horses Good driving. $125(3)250; good saddle, $140(3)300; plugs, $35(3)80; good mares, !soa)i40. Mules 14) to 15. S110(3il30; 15 to 15, $125(3140; 154 to 16, $140(3)175. Snppiy small; demand moderate. St. Louis, June 5. Wool active and firm. Boston, June 5. Wool dull, demand moderate; new wool arriving more freely; cjnsider-le Bales of Texas at 1923Jc: Michigan fleeces sold at 28j(3,29j; pulled wools, supers, 2333. l-I vi:- rotH JI KKKT. Corn-fed Cattle Choice Fteers, per lb, Ei05jc; medium steers, 4 3(3)"c ; smooth fat heifers and cowa, 43;5i;; common to medium, 2(3)3c; yearlings, 5(3,7c; de mand jiood t,;r butcbers' stock; market fairly supplied, equal to demand ; fair in quiry for common cattle; market com paratively bare during the week. Sheep Fairly supplied; moderate de mand, 4(3)4j3 per lb. lambs, market well supplied ; prices ranging from $2 to 3, ac cording to quality. Hog Moderate supply, ith light de mand for butcheis' stock, 41i)4Jc. Kansas City, June 5. The Live Stock In dicator reports: Cattle receipts,691 head: shipments yesterday, 658 bead ; slow and 10c lower for shipping grades; butchers' steady; etockers in demand; exporters, $5 20(3)5 40 ; good to choice shipping, $4 90 (3)5 lo; common to medium, 4 b!K)4 bo; etockera and feeders, $4 25(3t 75; cows, $34. Hogs receip ", 10,260 head ; fchip nvnts yesterday, 323rf head ; mixed, 5c higher; assorted steady, $3 83; heavy and mixed, S3 70(5)3 75. bheep receipts, 308 head; shipments yesterday, 366 bead; market steady ; fair to good muttons, $2 50 (3)3; common to medium, $2(5)2 40. St. Louis, June 5. Cattle receipts, 17,000 head ; shipments. 15(10 head ; steady for a.l cood grades; native shipping steers range, 4 75.i 6-5 ; butchers' steers, $4 50;3) 4 85; mixed butchere' stock, $3 25(3)4 25; etockers and feeders, S3 50(3)4 75; corn-fed 1'exans. $3 50(3)4 60; grass Texans, $3 50(3) 4 2'. Ifogs higher and pctive; Yorkeis, $4 10(3)4 20; packers, $3 90(34 05 ; butchers', $4 204 t'5; receipts, 2600 head; ship ments, 2500 head. Sheep receipts. 300 head; shipments, 1700; scarce and firm; clipped native muttons, 33 n 4: common stuff, $2 252 75; Texa s,$l 753. Chicago, June 5. The Drovert' Journal reports: t'attie receipts, 8700 head; ship ments, 3400 head ; market active, but lie lower; shipping, $4 6-3(3)5 65; cows and mixed. $i 85(3)4 30; atockers and feeders, $3 40(3) ; Texans, S3 754 25. Uog4 receipts, 21,090 bead; shipments, oco head : trading brisk : good grades stronger; rough and nvxed, $3 80(3:3 90; packing and shipping, $3 9J(w4 10; light weights. $3 85(3)4 20: skips. $3'a3 60. Sheep re ceipts, 2500 bead; shipments, 400 head; market steady; inferior to fair, shorn, $2 60(3)3 2"; medium to good, S3 25(3) 3 70; wooled, $3 7&(a;4 2o. . SEW YORK IatV tttsODS MAUKKT New Yoik, June 6. The market has been quiet in demand in all departments, and the volume of business reached re- galling very largely from deliveries in the execution of orders. Opium or Morphine Habitues Will take notice that Xx-. T. H. IJTJIINIIA.M. Sr'ooialist, OFHAtBFRU.lRK, Will be at the following places and malt a posi tive cure of Opium or Morphine habit within twenty days or no charges, or he will cure by the stomach iu eight woeks. Will be in Monroe, La., May 10th: Pine Bluff, Ark., June 1'th; Little Rock. Ark., July loth: Hot spring., ah aue. H'th: Forrest City, tept. 10th: tshreveport. La., O.f 10 fc. Hnsinnss confidnTitial. u.jfa. iP M f I'saflar eating, for indirrev- a-I fl M gint or" onfeciionar forCi!- (ron'a imT.tiinn an fl nriiriiitii ilTatf'IoIa,"inanafafiturfld tttlla. IV ailitOf SiC tiftAM RIVER NEWS. nilHKR.1 LEaVTSJt. THIS DAT. White River...... .Al.PKRTa. llarrr. 5 p.m. New Orleans CtTt Batou SlBl, Baker ,l0 m. Et, Louis- O't Pbovidmcx, Carve! I, 6 p.m. Yickburs;....-..BKii.i Mxmphih, Baker, op m MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Cineinnati...m-..BtlCKlTa Stats, Monday .6 p.m. Arkansas City..KaTS Aram. Monday, ft p.m. Friar. Point. ...Coahova, Monday, 6 p.m. Osceola .Dr. Adams, Monday, S p.m. Bt. Francis River.RkNBMaOBEanT,Tuesdav,5p.m St-FrancisRiver-Wufins, Tuesday, ft p.m. Arkansas River. Ed Fobtie, Wednesday, 5 p.m. Arkansas River-B. L. Cobr, Wednesday, ft p.m. jlrrt'pafs Coahoma, Friars Point; Dean Adams, Osceola; Arkansas City, St Louis; City of Yicksborg, Vickaburg; Alberta, While river. Departure). City,- of Vicksburg, St. Louis; Arkansas C;ty, Vickfburg; Dean AdamBvilsreolavVVnaboma, Friars Point. Boatt in i'iyrT. Alberta. Boatt Due Down. City of Bayou Sara acd Belle Memphis. Boatt Due Up. Winnie, City of Baton Rouge and City of Providence. Becfilpt Testerday. Alberta Lot sundries and hides. Dean Adams 33 sks corn,2 coops chick ens and lot sundries. Coahoma 4 bgs seed-cotton and 19 pkgs sundries. Arkansas City 1159 pkgs sundries. rcTtBB HOTKne.m. The Winnie goes out Tuesday evening for St. Francis river. The Ed Foster is the Wednesday packet for Arkansas river. The Rene Macteidy, Capt O. K. Joplin, is the Tuesday packet for St. Francis river. The R. L. Cobb, Capt. Ed Nowland, is the Wednesday packet for Arkansas river. The Lee Line packets Monday evening are the Coahoma, tor Friars Point, and the Dean Adams, for Osceola. - The Belle Memphis. Capt. Geo. Baker. is the Anchor Line packet this evening at 6 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. Al Simpson is her clerk. The Alberta, Capt. Milt R. Harry, is the pal et this evening at 5 o'clock for White river. Albert Smith and Hugh Smith are her clerks. The Kate Adams. Capt. Mark R. Cheek. is the United rVates mail packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock tor Arkansas City and all way landings. . W.C. Blanker is in her office. The City of Providence. Capt. George Carvell, is the Anchor Line packet this evening at 6 o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis, frank l'erkina and Bid Wheeler are her clerks. , Thu City of Bsvou Sara. Caot. William Haker, is the Anchor Line Datket this morning at 10 o'clock for New Orleans and all intermediate landings. John E. Mas- semrale is her clerk, The Buckeye State, Capt. H. 3. Vinton, is the packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and all way landings on the Ohio river. Robert Wi Mc,oy is in her office. The Buckeye State will give Cb'yp rrt to all points North and East. GESERlLXSirS. Business quiet. Ltght receipts of cotton yesterday. Weather furiously hot on the wharf. The E. W. Cole is advertised for several excursions Sunday. Te City of Vicksburg passed to St. Louis late Thursday nightt THk Alberta arrived from White river yesterday morning and returns this even ing. , . ,. Tub Arkansas City discharged 116il packages and added 40 tons, pissing to Vicksburg early yesterday morning. New Orleans J'icayune, Thursday: "There are a few Bteambootmen paying atjout 43c a day for an advertisement who have an idea that the newspapers are compelled to give their boats a it 50 'puff' every time tbey arrive and dep rt. The sooner these f. s. g-t rid of that idea the better it Will be for all part es. It is !ust ij unreasonable for a cfeamboatman to expect a newspaper to be continually, 'puffing' his boat free of charge as it would be for a merchant to t-ipect a beat to carry bis freight free of charge. Busi ness la business. : St. Louis Republican, Tint'sd-iy : "The annual meeting oi ine siocar.oiuers oi trie Chits P. Chouteau Trans, or at ion Com pany held here yesterday, resulted in the election cf the following board of directors, natiiely Charles P. Chouteau, C. C: Mtilitr, W. H. Thirwfgau, George Milten berger and Paul A. Fufz At -a meeting of these directors, C. C. Maffitt was elected president and Paul A. Fum, secretary. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of tbe Helena and New Orb? ana Transpoita tion Company held at their tflice here yesterday, for the election of a board of di ectors to serve for the ensuing year, the followin gentlemen were chosen: C. C. Mafiitt, W. H. Thorwegn, Alf Griesom, John Kesne and Paul A. Fufz. Subse quently this bord met aod elected C. C. M&lli't president and Paul A. Fu-z, secre tary." DEATHCK AND KIVEKH. Office Signal Skrvick, V. 8. A., Mxwais, Ttss.. Janeo, lb5,.l p.m. I Tbe following observations are taken at I1 station naraod at 75 meridian time, which is lhour faster than Memphis time. Changes. Above tatiohs. low water. Rise. Fall. Feet ltlths Feet luths Feet llHhs Chatta'nno'Jia' " V 7 .'ZZJ. ' i 3 Cincinnati... 19 , 9 7 Davenport-. 7 7 ... 1 Dubuque..... 9 7 2 .. Fort Smith 10 a 7 Helena 2d 8 1 9 Keokuk 7 2 . La Crosse.... 7 1 H Leavcnw'h.. 12 8 .. 5 Little Kock. 13 .. 1 Louisville ... 9 2 M Meinpnia. 20 I ii Nashville.... S3 2 3 5 tSewOrle'ns 4 7 1 Omaha 10 3 3 PitUbura; 4 8 a.. i Shreveport. 21 8 .... . . 1 St. Louis 18 9 1 St. Paul. S 4 . 1 Vicksburg.. 27 2 - 1 t Below hixh-water mark. 1874. PiTTfBrBG, June 5. Xoon Ri yer 4 eet 8 inches, and fulling. Weather cloudy and mild. Wheeling. June 5. Noon Kivei 7 feet 6 inches, and falling. ITea1 her cloudy and pleas ant. EvANfiViix, Jane fi. Noon River 18 feot on the jrauge and falling:. No arrivals or do par tore. Cincinnati, June 5 Noon River 20 feet and fall in if. Weather cloudy and cooler. No ar rivals or departures. Louisville, Jnne 5 Nooa River fail iofr, with 9 feet in the canal and 6 feet 10 inches on the fal a. business good. Weather partly clondy and warm. iS'n arrivals or departures. Due: Ohio, Memphis; Paris G. Brown, Kew Or leans. Caise, Jnue 5. Noon River 29 feet 2 inches, and rieinsr slowly. Weather hot. Ar rived: City of Bayou S-ara, St. Louis, 7 a.m. iSo departures ofieeular packet. jNiftht River 29 feot 3 inches, and rising-. Weather cloudy and hot, with light rain this afternoon. No arrivals or departures of rerular packets. HOTKitf EJSraf OP OCEAN 8TKAMKB8. New Yckk. June 5. Arrived: Main. Bremen ; City uf Chester, Liverpool. New Oblbans. June 5. Cleared: Iveeis- lator, Liverpool: ALffier?, ew iork. Arrived: Louisiana and Eureka. New York. IS TECrDKD BT E0YAL HAVANA L0TTEK1 A OOVERNHKKT IKSITTCTIOII.) DRAWN AT HAVANA. CUBA, Every IO to 11 Iays TICKETS IS FIFTHS. Whole. $5; FrtactJoms pro rata. Bee that the name ftom.n k. Cn. ia on tha Hrkt Subject to no manipulation, not controlled by inv ia.rii id iniorwi, ii ie tne iairest uung id me niuro oi cnanoe in extstenoe. For information and particulwrs apply to SHIP- SEY A CO . General A-Anta. Vll2 Rrnadnnv. N X . City, or No. 6 Went Court St.. Memphis. Tenn . TTTANTCT LADIES or GENTLEMEN to take lipht, Uf pleasant employment at Utetr own homes: work " scot by mail (distance noobecuoa);t2tof5arfo'' can be quietly made: no canvassinf; bo stamp tor re' ply Plcaeeaddrrefilobe Mfg. Co. Boston, Misa. Boa 534 EUBLISUCD J870. F. FRIEDMAN STOCK, GRAIN AND PETROLEUM BROKER, GO BROAD ST., SEW YORK. Offers the best facilities for deal in - in all stocks in Int of from 5 to limit shares, and in PETRO- T.EIT M fynm rlkfl f llMi IttkO . i .,11 a rXJ from 500 to ltx,( (r0 busbels. which in each case it eg.ua. to o or n w snares stock OS MARGIN OF ONE PER CENT . WITH rmv ii & i'j t ui wit ki k kmakuin. PROFITS UNLIMITED. KO INTEREST CH4R4.Cn FOK CAR It Y I NO ArCoV'JITS. Correspondenoe solicited trom all parts of the eountrv. A department isdeFoted specially to orders ont- oi-lowu, y uigu uiey receive prompt attention. Settlements made aoon a tranaajitii.ne rlnaArl laily amounts rendered, if desired. Ordir by mw.ii or voienTapn PEMI1YR0YAL FILLS 11 T TITTCJ I (CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.) LaliiLsL CUT1 THIS OUT, lPr- IiicIom 4 eenu io .tamps lor paracularY in UtUrwa yoa tJ reooi, mnil. tJUirilKSTEB CHKMICAt. CO . E.13 MimIIm. biasrt, PbU.4'a, Pa, TAPE-WORM. TAPK-W0KMS lemoved.with head, inBhorrs warrsnltd. by an experienced specialist, tor parUculftri addrvi P- "-'J., Memphis, Gil! MY BACK Every strain er eeld attacks that weak back and aearlr pro. Irate. Tea. iifffilii THE " BESTTQNEC BtJre-njfftli.! tf narlea, KlcadkM the If et wea, KnHtJi4a iKe tSlootl- i-lvra New Vigor. Da J. L. Mtem Kirfleld, Lnrt, h;i: " Brown'- Iron Bitlem is tbe bent Iron roediiTiD I have knmm io mr yaatV irravctic. I have f ootid it peciallr benenrixl in onrrou or phywcl eihmtm tion, and m ail debilitiliita tilainnbi that bw o UamTily an tiws Bjrst4Tii. U-3 it Ireely in mjowo fuiiily. vFt'Dalue haw tradt mark and rui line on wnpiT. TkIik no tbr. Md only bf BROWN CHKHIOAL .. B A L T I MliK, Ml). laADixtr Hahu Book wtn and attratrttra, om trtfoiua list of prize for rtwiimik, intrm-tion alou. coin, tc., jnn away bj all dnalVni in tnvicfna. tr ".tiiod to r.ny addrw on iw.jitjt of 2c BtAtnp. STEiH boats. Notice to Miipp' rs in the Upper 1 rode. THE Str, Q AY080 left last even- -tr a, int lor Paducah, where she will " 'ti l : 3Z ooderxo repairs, and as soon as ready will re turn to her rcitulsr trade, and will remain perm anently in the trade as heretofore, and try to do tbe business for the people as sa'isiantory as she has in the pa.t. W. P. HALL. JITEK EXllasiIOBis). The fast sidewheel Str. ENQUIRER, rQ Will leave the wharf at 9. 4 and 7 o'clock every M uiida.v afirraoaa on her cheap river excur sions. Good music. Tickets good to return nn any trip made durine the day. The EN QU1B.HR can also be chartered by clubs or pri vate parties for picnicssnd excursions durine the woek. J. 1. RANDALL. Master. Memphis and Cincinnati Packet t'omp'y. Change of Time! Summer Schedule I For Cairo, Evansville, f. - a a itLisviiie aim Lincinuaii. The Llegant Steamers of Ihis Line will leave Memphis EVERY MOXDAY and THURSDAY at 5 p m. Special Bates to Round Trip parties to all points. STATE-UOOBS FREE WHILE IX PORT. TbreUKb TlrkeU to All PoIalK Morlb, aaiia ana eL. For full ipformation, freis-ht or passage, apply to It. W. jLIGHTBTJJRNE, G. F. and T. Agt., cor. Madison ani Front Tt. parlies deairlms; to make a atiart aadpleaaaal trip np the river, retara !b .be ! ateamer, tbe LOWEST BATM ever hwewn Vf III e swarte. ' rK!BO AND ST. LOUI8. ro. Nt. Leal, aad New Orleann aC!T'r I'. St. Mall-FOR CAIRO AND ST. L0F1B. City of Proviaence, Qeom CJarrell TTlaatar. Will leave from tha Elevator TlilH DAY, June tnn, at p .m. For treis;nt or passaire apply to C. L. , Am. AT) ST'JKV. Knn't. FOR NEW ORLEANS. felt. Eoaj and New OrleatiA ir,M Lla U.fl. naii f OR KEW ORLEANd. City of BayoU Sara sssr. W. W. Baker...marter, '4&?sac& Will leave from tbe Elevator THIS D A j i June 6th, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply to C. L. Ham., Past. Agt. AO STORM, Sup't. FOR IXUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI nemnhla' and I'lneinnatl Haeitet 4 A. PIIK LillI'iVlLLK AJiW (IKlMSArl Wuckeyc State, it..vintun master. Will iceve o. J0ADAY Jtm "thi at 5 p.m. For freight or pa.saee apply to R. W. LlailT BL'RNE, Apent , corner Mw,lison and Front St.. FOB VICKSBURG. fiLLonU and New Orleaas Anrher Line IT. H. Mail FOR V1CKSBURO. Belle JSempliis rjv Geo. Baker master, i''-:-S3a. Will 'eav from Elevator SATURUAi, June 6th, a. 6 p.m. ror freight or passage apply to C. L. Hai.!.. P-s Art. AliSTnnM. yon't. , lenipliist Arkansns City and Vif-ksbiirir I'aokft Conipatij L. S. Malt Line. For Helena, Concordia,, Terren. and Arkansas city ine Dew andelecant passenger steamer KITE ABAJl,nJN M. R. Cheek master I W. C. Blanker clerk. L,avs Memphis EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 5 p.n:. Tl. it.inor Wlt.I. S IlAVSwil r.-.-torlh. Vicksburg trade. cnmmAOnin. Raturd.v. O. toh.r 3d, and leave every fa urday thereafter l or general information apply at office, No. 286 Front street. K. WAI.WUR1H, Agent. IOHN CURrt, Pnsscnrer Agent FOK WH1TK AND BLACK. RIVERS. H11.T HARK V l.l.E Memphis, White A Black iUver I. S. Mail Pack.L For Indian Bay, tit. Charles, Clarendon, Derails iiun, lies Are, Augusta. Jacksonport, oaroyB Batesvill,, Powhatan and Pocahontas. Sir. ALliEltTA, 25 M. R. H&rrv. mailer. Will leave Memphis every MatardMT at oo'ciock p.m., connecting direct with Upper White river uacket for Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with tae !auy Packets to Bates ville and Upper White rivr. Through Hts to all points. Freia-ht oonsivned to Milt Hamr Line. Mambhis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. it. v. LliiUTUUKftc,, Agt., Cornpr Mw1--on and Irftnt n'retK. FOK ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River I ACItET CO. t'aitel Males Mail Lins. For Pine Blufl and all Way Landings on Arkan sas rtiver ine new and elegant steamer li. I. COBB, 5 Ed Nowland... master, Leaves bj above EerT W-lurlit- Mt O D.m For ceneral information apply at orhce. No; 286 f ront street. il. U. iuwi. Agent. Planten' Incjopenileiit Packet For Ter rene, nea cors, Arkansas root, Pendleton and oew uatcony bteamer fid. Foster, J. F. Kuhn. mflilpr. Will leave as above EVERY WEDNESDAY, at5 p.na. jrorlreiunt or pajsage apply on board, or tO E. rv. THGflAS, ApfTtt FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. The St Fraud liiver Ira-isyorlatiOB t'o'8 t?: Mi i IT a a.it c-i x ins o:ue- " now v a. jiaii gt?u' or O. K. JonHn master. WILL LEAVE 91fr:jlPlsIfr EVERT XITIL-SOAT. at 5 o'clock, for Marfan n, tne Cut-Off, acd inter mediate tan din as on ot. Francis river. 'Ike cap tain reserves the right to pass all landings he aeeins onsale. J A&. lKi?, Js., Knperinundenl. um, io. 4 Maion iro LEE LINE STEAMERS. j$Zeup2ii, Vrturn s'lia ul A30Ks(aia t a seola Irikvlav-t Coatpaay. For Helena, Glendale. Frinrs Point and all Way jUandintrs steamer COAHOMA. C. T. Clatrett master I Piatt fthodes.. clerk Will leave as above on ev-sry 3lONuA Y.WEDN iJA j. ana i 1U.1A x , at a o clock p.m. jforltatclpn.raitou. 'Jscooja ana vrv iaaai9ur WtanmAH 111.'' V .1 II 1V J. H. Cooper, roa-ter......J . W. 5mithers.clerk ifdaves as aoevo every kUISiJAjI, v't,i)jt. DAY and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of this line reserve tha ri.-ht to r.ftsu tvl? Ifandina the cad- tio tuaydeenj nnsafe, OfBre, No. 4 Madison it. JAM KS LKP, Jr.. Sgverrcnftrt. Memphis & White River Pkt Go. r. s. si ii. jluve. STR. CIIICKASAW,j E. C. Postal masur I C. M. Poelal...oierk FOB ClarBtloB, newall ftllarr, 1rm Ar, A a- viMla, jarKftoapori ana narrj-, LEAVES MEAIPtilS EVERY WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. Throaih rates to all points. Freight oonsirned to "Memphis and Whit. tuvar I'aoet uo. will belorws will be forwarded rromntlT. i w har-hoat. Cook's Kxrorftion Parties, sail from New York in April, May, Jan. and July by First-claw steamships. Nprrial Tourist Tieaeta for Iadlwldnal Traveler, as reduced rales, by th. best routes for pleasure travel. Cooks B-acorMlonlNt, with maps, oontains fall particulars: by mail for ten cent.. Ts,O.CK !. 2fil Ttrr-.Hw... V. V. RUPTURE rh-oltt-'fT CotinI la SO to OO Dara bvllr Pkmw'a Pat Mnnmrrif FlaaltA Tnitt: Wmrb'i'&ittiLYt-LMijriufiTxnsm ' in world. F.ntjJTiTdjflrrratt'njinaUJoa-H i 'rVrfcrt Hlauf , , m ilti aas- aiifl mslna t ntehtftDdctay. Cmrd tS fmmrmm Ii aiaail 1 of N.T-and butadrotraerv Sifiw mma OnS Jlinurna sF. swtaTaiiM A mmM O S ttr 1 JaM ' Non-Besideot Jiotioe. No. 5709, R D. In the Chancery Court o Shelby County, Tenn . Jas- L. Goodloe, executor, etc. vh. A. la. Krairths-auar et al. It a rearing; from bill which is sworn to in this eau?e toat tne ueienaani, a. i. n-reicneaaer, is resident ot the State of Ohie, and a non-residen of the Stat of Tenne-see; and it farther appear' Hg that said defodnant is justly indebted to iximi.Uintr.t thai dim nf &-i'H rA. rln h V ac count, and attachment having been issued and returned, Invied upon the property of defcndnnt in the hands of the Clerk and Master of ibis Court, beine his interest in a ceruiin fund arising from the sale or Innd in the case oi t-ampceii va ftTnnilnv. Nn. f,i". K. D. t It is therefore ordered. That h make his appearance herein, at the oourlhou-e of bhelby cniintv. in MnmnhiR. Tenn.. oirtir before the first Mondy in July, 185. and pload, answer or de mur to eoffi plain ant bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for bearing ox carte: and tbat a copy oi this order be pub Imhfd cm n a wmW for four successive weeks in the Memphis Arpeal. This 2iith day of May, l&VL k .onv Att.ot Si. i. DcUOWELL, Clerk and JIaiter. H. P. Walsh, riapiity Clerk md Masr. U, W, MUr, jtaU hi jMuunt, ' w,d SaXSME2E2Ea3Ea Reapers and Mowers THE BEST AXD LIG IITEST DRAFT MACHINE v VICTOB WAGON SCALES. 2-Ton, $10 ; 3-Ton, 50 ; 4-Ton, $00. EVERY SCAI.E FOiLY WABBASTED. ROUTES, PMliENT k SPEED, IIABDUARE 1)EAI,ER, 394 97nln Street, : : Jlemplii.s, Tenneisxee. JOHNSTON & VANCE, 305-307 MAIN STREET. TAILOR-filADE CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Suits Made to Order. Shirts Made to Order. Peoples OHIce 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Teim. JA.NIf CAglTAJ,; g 3200,000 IsSIosiireg all Cl.we of Mcrchantiint!, hlorpliooBes, Cliarelii'g and Dwell luir."Vj W. M. F4nitIOTOX, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS I LATEST MHtOVED OJf SALE. 381 ivtain direct. SCHDOLFED, HMADER & CO. S56 A5TI SSH WIH'T STREET, STRICTLY ON C0? 318 FRONT STREET, MEISrHIS. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT. GRAIN, HAf AND PRODUCE. ..-A LARGE MD COMPLETE STOCK. AT KOCK-BOT rO.VI PRIIfi.-tl WALL PAPER AND WIHDOW SH&DES! White Lead, Oils, Varnishes, Mixed Paints, Brushes, Glues, Etc. 7C-IIsTjOO-W GUj-A-SS, XjOOIIINC-GIjA.BB. riClURF MOLD1XO, FKAMES, CIIKOMOS. Etc war amp-es of Wall Paper and Miied Paints; will be mailed to any ajiJretS upon application; to us. I cw-Special Prices to Merchants en all Goods in 1 onr Line. ' ANDREW STEWART. New Orleans. stem, mm Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AST) STEWART BROTHERS & C0SPATJY COTTON FACTOitS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, lit onl,K4X. I.I!ISIIW4. A. 8. LIVER MORS, President. II. A. TATt'M, Peeratarr and Treasurer. The LIVERORE FOUNDRY & MACHINE Co IR0S & BRASS CASTINGS, RAILROAD WORK. Shaft In rs and Pnlleys, Pipe and Fittirrs Brass Goods. Steam Pomps, General Repairs, Hose FroutH. -CrQT; K XeO o 174 .damsi Street ... J. f . LaFRADE ASrrACTtlRERM Ot Saddles, Harness and Collars Nos. 301 and 303 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. (tJlDER PCABODT HOT: I.). W E make specialties of all kinds of Borne and Mule Collars, Blind Bridles, Barnes, Chain Back Bands. Hame Strings. LSintrle and trouble Trees. Lai-rinrs and Links. Cotton Koie. etc Vine 'nrrlMs-e nn'lRiiicay Hsreoin, to Harrlasxe and Healtb. Pittsbarr. P-. Norember 5, 1883. M?s. Lydia E. Pinkham: 44 As is frequently the ease with mothers who have feared large families. I bare tried tha skill of a number of physicians, and the virtue of many medicines, without relief, and as an experiment I concluded to trv jours. I can assure yon that the benefits I h.ve derived from Rjcame not because of any faith I had iu it, for Anad but alight hope ot any permaneit rood. I am not a seeker after notoriety but I ute to tel i yu that 1 hftvv 6e wonderfully benefitted by your , iNftitWae. I am now utirig my fourth bottle, and it would take but little argument to per.uaae me that ray health is fHv winm, I should like 'o widely circulate tne tact of it wnr. Jerful cura tive powers." PUEUE C. KOOP. A Mat's Tbnabs. A well known basinesa man of Wilmington, N. C, writes to express his thanks for the benefit which his wife has dorived from the use of Airs. Pink haul's Vegetable Compound. 'It is with pleasure," ha says, "that I write to express to ' you my gratitude for the relief and benefit your ! Vegetable Compound has been to my wile, who has been troubled with ulceration and a tumor weighing two and a half pounds, so tha doctor said. She has been under the treatment of the doctor for six years. Finally he said he could do nothing more for her. that the would die in twenty-four hours. Then I commenced using your Compound. As soon aa sbe commenced to take it she commenced getting better, and now she can attend to her domestic affairs as well as sheerer could." Iftllea' Weaknesses. Mr. T. H. Gafford, of Church Hill, Md., Is so thankful for the restoration of his wife to com plete health that he is willing to certify to the fact and manner of her cure. To Mrs. Lydia K. Pinkham: This is to certify to the grand effects of your Vegetable Compound. My wife was suf fering from a terrible cisease which aeemed to baffle the skill of the best medical men. She was in a poor, languid, depressed, nervous condition. We finally concluded to try your Vegetable Com pound and to our great surprise the half of one bottle had not been taken before there reemed to be a thorough change in her ichttU condition, and now to-day the is in good health and entirely re lieved from alliorm r depressed feelings. T. II. UAFx UKD AlS L WIFE. LYDIA E. PIKKHAM'S VEGETABLE COM POUND is prepared at Lynn. Mass. Pi ice $1. Six bottles for $5. Sold bt all Druggists. Pent by mail, postage paid, in form of Piils or Los en ges, on re ciptof price aa above. Mrs. Pink ham's " Guide to Health ' will be mailed free to any Lady sending stamp. Letters confidentially answered. TH PATENT UICS & D'.'ST PROOF TV I pnns?f S.I B klawla UaVa nvr?Bokcaaes,Table5, Off.? i z?$ Chairs, Letter Presseo, Fine Cabinets, 4tc. J.Ta TYLER DESK CO. rfo- t-lOJi. FmrrhC.,BT. I-OUT aead , iot w OalalOfjus "Co. trace If. T. I-EMJTOy. VlsPrw,l1.nt. I,. P A It K I '.It, do, Jlomphis. Ten ti . WHOLESALE. MISSION. 9 DEAN & CARROLL, Sift Main Street, Menipln' I ANDREW D. G WYNNE, Memphis " , ILAS TAT I OS K "v . WORK. STEAMBOAT 1V0KK, And everrthins "5 i lemiM pertnaius; . to tr, ' . FttlMlM AS.'D 3 etnrhlnr S li op FnHlnevM. Ltiii'lln Work. ..XvT.oxn.lpb.iss.. Tonn. & Oo rtor. w tatnrllly. " . - DUNCAN'S COUGH CALSAM. The Only Infallible. The Only Positive Cure. This great remedy, now so widely known and extensively used, stands without an equnl, and itseterliug merits so well establifhcd as to need no praise to those who have ued it or know of its remarxanic cures. AnouFanue ol suncreis who found no relief trom any other source are will ing witnesses to the great Medicinal virtue and r- markxble curative power or this Medicine. ManT certificutcs of itj finn iTit!i and uTtirM- sions of gratitude for bene6t received reach us from all sections. It is not claimed that tbe Balaam will cure consumption in itn last atncfi. but that it will effectually check this trrible disease in its inciptency and palliate sufierings all through its stipm, there cn be no doubt ; and for al tortus of Courhc, arising from colds acd bronchi 'i 1 affections, throat trouble, it is without a parallel. A positive and rapid cure for Cron. which so often resists all medtoal treatment. Tha medicine is pleasant, and does not Bickeo the patient. For sole by al. druggists. fj0 cents per oox. DR. c. r. ItUXCAVS Liver and Kidney Medicine Of all the reniedioe now bfore the public for the treatiueut of the various forms of Liver and Kidney diseases, and the atTec:ion that arie from tho unhealthy condition of these organs, this mediciDe n'auds without an ciil. It is the great preventive of Malarial troubl. tho iura cure for all forms of Dyspepsia and lnd"tgcs'i-n, the most reliable nimcdy tor the rcgulution of the Bowel's and-Ki ineys, never f;iiling t cure constipation- An absulute remedy for lieadaches, Sure in roar, uailnee ot fcoiirg, wnni or Aiieuie. Nnrvoiicni'tisc. nnd all such di.-a fcS of the Bowels, Stomach, Kidney and Liver. THe best ( amily medicine s-!d. It is htmib'ss and uto, and not unpleasant to take. Price i cetitw. DUNCAN'S Carbolic Ointment. Old Sires, Skin Pifiars, llri'i'tion, Pinr les. Froft IJitos, i;tial-ped- H ii:'l. oimds, lli.rtl, ,t '. . re 'ily rnli.Tcd by 1unOilO I uuuui.nl. P;io, ib MDts, d CO., DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S (PRIVATE ledical Dispensary, No. 17 JeCr.a Stn Betweei. Mats, aad Fr?. al.asaU. tEbTAfLISBES IS 110.1 DEV BNF0?1 Is arknowl.dreil by all partia if. V-rui.d a. by lar tb. mo.tsaeoM.fnl phy. sician in tiif. (tahtment of privat. vr Mort dia. a.se.. Ci--t0E. prnnan.nt ear, sraaranu.4 In very ca-e, r")e or forr.alo. Kecot eas.s iionprr!;! Dim fly.bilii cn '.4 in a few days, wltl. eat to use of 'jecary, chans;. of diet or bin' dranr. fmm fcu'i'-ee.. lineaary brphUis. taa lact Test-v. ers't!.s..d wilhoat th. sh ol mar, eary. Isvcinoun los. of s.m.a stoppW la a .sr.rttiui. 'Luer.rt from impotaiiry or loMtsJ sexual ,owr 7torsi to fre. Tiror ia a fsnr weeks. Victims of aelf-abas. and .xaeedva r:iry. snfferinc from sirseat.rThea and Iom c P37s:eal or mental i-ow.r, sMdily and swvi. Dfliiilv cured. Particular atunti.a paid to tha Lismi'.s ol Women, and care, .aaraatoad. Pils and old .ore. cured without the ua. f eas.tierf the knife. All oonrnl'-alions striotlyooncaantisll H..licios ami ty ..re-s t. ail part i tha country. . , air w ork-nrmen " M half thauaal prioasi Off ee hoars from It o'olock ,o. to f p.m. n B lnilMBtlK, .1). CHANCERY SALE op REAL ESTATE. K. No. 3299, " P." Chancery Court of Shelby county State of Tennessee sse. etc.. vs. Vr . K. f u leret al. . BY virtue ,t an interlocutory decree forsake, entered in tne ve cause on the 10th day ot February, 1h4, M. B. page .'). and renewed nr l lu, IhsS. (M. B. 47. jae 444,. and May ir, ISST., (M. K. page 115). X sell, at publio auction, to the highest bidder. In front ot tbe Clerk and Mvter'i ofti.-e, oourLhotte of bbalay county. Me in lib is, Tenn., on ftatardnjr, Jaee 13, 185, within lerl hours, the following described prop erty situated iu cityo! Memphis, 6blby county. Tfnn., to-wit: Part of lot ', bounded m fol lows: !eginnicg at a point wbore theaonhsids ot tha aheyrunning eastai.d weot, betwcea Mad ison and Bonnie str eta. intersects 'he east aids of Second street: running thence north on east side henond street 4 feet 5 inches; thence east M feet iS in hes: thene souh M teet 5 inches to the alley; thence west W reet inches to tbe be riunirg. huld as the proi-erty ol Margaret Munt. Noble Bruoe Mouat, George W, Mount and others. Terms of SaleNinety five hundred titfiW) dol lars payable in tix months; balance in four (4) rears, the last paiuent bearing interest fro pa ditto, ihe Intarent payable anuvnlly, and in de frfuitof Hiyiog interest as same becowes due, tn ah-ile payitent, with accrued interest, i in medi ate) y te(HiL,B due and payable, subject tn imme d Hie decree, lledeuiption barred. This May 22, lftVj. 8. I. McDOWELL, Oerk an,l Master. By J. M. Bradley. Deputy Clerk an Maeter. H. F. pia and J - M. rerory. 8ols. TtlXISf : YOtTNG S OLI3 'KOWSHfti, MhoLaCk Nrbvi jVotsr-Ba, Ktrota and Partt-r SaA,a HtNJly. UtlNd by I llaa-l n, iiior, or ot-ii-a' VOUCAs) BC CU0SHO-9 Onr Ia.nrv4 4w.aasel lti'" the DiwawT aatl, asS CVtiK wb-a ajl mkmtHtln. Kivt oar bonk "Tirae JfTPf v r; s"' ''. v' sneaf ..ar worn, wtrssa tT. tana, aO r CHANCERY SALE op BEAT ESTATE, Kos. iS? .D. Chancary Coort of Shelby eon ty but. of Tennessee vs. S. P. Sati, Ireste., ... BU vlrta. of an InUrtoeatory decre. for aala nt.r.d in th. above cms. o th. 3d day of Man" IW,M. B. 7, pae W, I will a.1! tpubliV :,to th. highest bidder, in frost of the (7 1 jitter's offic coana.a i4 fibelbyoi 'hia, T.nn., on within hnnrf. dfVcriOcd DTOSw erty, situated ia bh.lrtv; '".no . to-wit r L"l 4, country lot, .15, irow iei tow north side of Marshall avenue ano.annuif raels. between f.afallel line", Vti feet. Lot S, country lot 4W5, frontinn 47 feet on tha north of Marslinll avenue and running back, ba twen parallel lines, 1H feet. , Lot , c.untry lot ta5. fronting 50 feet on th. south side cf Monroe street and ran' in. back southwardly, between parallel lines. 12S feet. Lot 7, country lot 5, frontine- 50 leot en the south si'ie of Monroe street and running back southwardly, betwetn r.r.iiel lines, 114 feet. Lot 13. country li t 4i, fronting 40 feet on th. north side of Monroe street, and fanning back nortbwaraly, between larallel lines, 1"4 (Ml. Lot 1. conntrv lot 4'.'6. frontin. 40 feii on lh. north side ot Monroe street and running pack northwardly, between I nmllel lines. l"t) toot. Lot 31. country lot 4. Irontiog t feet on taw north aide of Monroe s reet and running back, between parallel lines, l'4 feet. Lot 10. coontry lot 4"'), fronting 54 feet on th. corth side of Monroe street and ranning bac&, between pnralltl lines, 1.S4 feet. All of saiJ lots sold as th. property of C. Jl. Grosvenor, Jun 1 0rton. ,'r , Lmie A. Himj and others. . Lot. I d 2, block 44, froCtng4.),fret each on tha south side of Linden street aad running back. bsween p;ir:itli I lines, I4S icet. bold a. the prop erty ti l'i3 D. Moore, Jiolli. Caldwell aad others. Terms of Sale a a credit of six months, with good security bearing interest required: lien re tained, redoini'tion t, rred. This May 19, 1HH6. 8. I. MrlMWELL, Clerk and Maatar. By H. P. Walsh, 11 puty Clerk and Master. F. H. an" C. W. lit isktll. Se icitors. CHAlvCERY SALE OF BE AL ESTATE, OPENED riDDINGS. No. 82W F. and 131 E D. Chancery Conrt of r-helhy County titat. of Tenneswe, and City of Memphis vs. W. . Hutler et al., Julia N"eely,lal. Bi' virtua -f an interlocutory decre. for sal entered in lh, .hove cause on th. 24d day of January, lt5, M. I. , page 3"1, and decn. emending and renewing slrder opening biddings, enteied My 1", M. 1), f, page Hi). I will sell, at public suf.'in, to the islghost bidder, is front of the Clerk and Master's offic ooartaoase ot &Belby.county, Memphis, Tenn., on Salurday, Jane , Is)5, within lernl hours, the following dewribed proper-, situated in ihe Taiing-District of fchelby county. Tnn., to-w t: Part of conHtry lot 4), fronting t7 feet on nortb sideof Madison street by 14S feet in depth, be ginning on north side of Madison street KA feet east of the intrsrction of said street with the al lev next east of Third street (th.t is Corporation alley) : thence north parallel with the east line of said ailey lls'l'ttt to anoth"r alley 1 therce east with said ltt.-t-nained alley 07 feet, th'nce south parallel with said Corporation alley 14' feet to the north line of Mid-ion tre.t; thence wilb M idi-00 street 67 feet to the beginning, cold aa the property of il. 11. and Julia Evans, Imogen. Evans et al. Termc ol Sale On a credit of six months) note with good security; lien retained; redemption barred. This M.y 2I. S. I. Mi-Do W ELL, Clerk and Master. Ty ft. F. Walsh, Deputy Clerk and Master. J. W. Hampton and C. W si.iskell, bolicitor.. DR. HAINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC A POSITIVE CURE FOR OR THE IJQUOR HABIT. It run ( rrfvpn In a rnp of cnfTie or ta wlthont tln kiiou li-liff.if (tit piTsi.n taking It, is alwMi.oiPiy hariiili's. hi m! w ilt rif-ct a t-ri,miif fit ami -tixfdy r'lrc. w ImmIi.t tin' naint in a iniK,jrtH drlnktr or an iiNi lioli.- wrwt. It lm b'ti given in thou ai.iMlxtif ra s.ii'xl ' fvcrv tilain-v' a p?rfTt cure h:ti f"ll.u-.t. Ii never InlU. The aysifin " tntiin-L:ri:ttf I with ih- N,M--tlu-. it hiU'miPS au UtleT liupii-viiiiiluv for tbe Hquiir uppetiic to ciist. . a'-wldca aafll.e Vm IVf. 1arlaaXJL, 9. FOR SALE T"jT A. RZMKERTtSt. CO. Druggists, I'or. .Mnln nnd Adnm. sl... nl.o for. irlala and Unrkol sl., ,l K.tll'll IS. Call or write for rlrrnlnr and full piwtloulaia CHANCERY SALE 0F- lt E Al ESTATE. No, 50:P R.D. Chancery Court of Shelby Count State of Tennessee vs C. K. Shepherd et al; By virtue of an Interlocutory decrw for sale. entered in the shore eause on the in.h day or April, 18w, M. U. 47, page w. k w.ui eeu.w. public auction, to the highe't bidder, tn rront the Clerk and Mas-sor's ctfice, tourthousa O Shelby County, Metci-nis, Tenn., on Mtordsy, Jnne 2 O, lHH!tt within Icsal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in shelly county, Tenn., to-wit: L'ttst', 7 and a, b.ocK 15, cuepLeia r mooi subdivision, fronting each 40 feet on west side of Orleans street, and running back between paral lel lines 110 feet. Lois 4H and 50. block 18, Phepherd A Moora subdivision, fronting aH,1 feet each on tbe north side of Broadway street, and running back be tween parallel lines 1-0 feet. Lot 4i. block lei, lout subdivision, fronting 38,feeton north side of Broadway street- and running back between parallel lines 110 fee t- Lot Ut, block lx, northwest corner ot Orleans and Broadway directs, 4lxH7 feot. Lots 21 nud 2J, blfx-li IS. eat side of Moora avenue, fronting 40 feet each, aad running back between parallel lines i it t-"-t. Lot 2.1, blo-k IS, fronting feet on east side of Moore avenue, and running back between parallel Jine. Wi1-, feet. Lots &t, 40, 41 and 42, block 1, FV herd k Moro subdivision, fronting 40 feet each en th east side of toimuions avenue, and running back between pnrnUet lines 1 0 feot. bold aa property of 0. P. and J. II. Shepherd. hii.-UiaU ot lot 4H, block vi, nortn side 01 t.eor gia street, 30 fct front bv J0J feet deep, fc'old as ptoerty of Samuel Houston. L t S. blo k i. irt r"'ua l4 feet on the east slda of r'econd i,r c(, and running buck between Cam, l-ii itncri lis fet to nn altey. ttie said unea eing prirai el with Carolina street. Lot b.oek V. c t nile of tocond street, Fourteenth ' ivil I)ist i(-t. 4k10i feet. Sold as property of T. O. and Carolina Bridgeforth and others. Lot 23, block 39, north side of Carolina street. wed and a.ljjini..g b.ivuu. Lots 21, 2.' ani . block . fronting 30 feet each on the north siue ' C .rotiua street, and running back betwet u ptraiUi line." 100 feet. Lot U, blocic 44), outh tiide of Carolina street, west and aiUining ihe baou, U"xir0 feet. L ite H, 15 and Id, biork 441. fronting each 30 feet on tbe north id of Proadway, &ud running back between paraHel lines 210 feet. So id as 1 roperty ot David Pointer, Learott Pointer and others. Lot 8, block 26, south side of Georgia street, fOxlrtofeet. ' . . Last half of lot 9. block 2ft, fronting 25 foet on the south side of Oco. ia fctreet, and running back between parallel lines lot. fe-jt. bold a propert- of Jrhn tinge, C w . Metcalf and wife, K. W Mitchell and wife, and others. A lot in block 6 t, northeat corner of Orleans and Broadway streets, running north with the east line of Orleans street feet; thence east ISO feet; thence south to tha north lineot Urradway; thence with s id n r Ime to t' bee tuning. Sold as the i-mierly of Procton Roberts. Lot 27. block m.rth -de of Carolina street, fronting et. and rmiLiriK back betwe.cn paral lol lines I'-O feet. Sold aa property of M. .. and J. H. Tafle. . . , Lot LH-i-lifk 25, be ci lining at a stake on the snath smio ot t'ulboun i-tree .', '' wn trom the intersect!- n ( tin- rit t-'nie of Hernando street wilb the fouth i,iu o' CihouD rtrcct; th-nie wet with tiie south s ! ' alhoiin I reet To feet: thence at right angles iih t'alii un street 175 (Vet to nn tiUoy; the now ei.-t with siit atiey 7f feet to lot It; thenca nor'h at rinht anffttiwith alley 17' feet to tbe begin :i n g. S--ld us the prop erty of the unknown hei'fo Chriftiuu I'rufel. Terms of.Stle n a credit ot fix n:outb. Note with good fecuriiv, bearing interet, re fjuirtl: ln retained; redemption barred. This Slav 14. lSVi, a. I. M'-l-'OVVt'LL, Clerk and Master, Py H. V. Walsh, Lcputy C'erli and -Uantaf, . li. C. W. iittAk..;), fcJii.it.n, MracAsj Cmlvaw "T . ! s T i: V' I ! 1 '-I ' i 'i i i A ' i : .M ', i f i i t ? i-i sf I luuiuu w - r usaia'-'A 11 V1-! Tsa iTshopby the conserv X ai Jernw5. .