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J u THE. MEMPHIS DAILY A.1PP JSAL-WEDISrESr) A. Y, JUISTE 17, 1885. . 4 i 1 RAILWAY RECORD. ARRIVAL ASD HLPAR1URE OF TRAINS. AllvttnHfppI Valley Konie-I.., Jff, O. V T. tin effect Sunday, May 24, ISii-p). No. 1, Going South Leaving Memphis 8:30 p.m.; arriving a Arkan?;w City 6 a. in; Vicks burg 9 a.m. ; arriving at New Orleans 7 :( p. in. T bid train leaving A. tun phis at o'clock p.m. wiil arrive atl.reenville at 10:15 a.m. No, t, tioiiig .North Leaviog New Orleans' 8:15 a.-n.; arriving at Vicksburg 7 :15 p.m. ; Memphis 7:10 a.m. Train leavii it Arki.n.w City at 8:50 p.m. connect with this train. .No. ,, Going South Leaving Mem phi at 2:u0 p.m.; arriving at Vicksburg il :o6 p. m ; N uw Or am 9:15 a.m. so. 4, (Join North leaving New Or!tmi 6:00 p.m.; Viokyourv at 4:l:).m,; arriving at Mem phis 1 p.m. No. 1 sleeper to Vicki-suurg only; So. 3, through sleeper to ISew Orle-taf. A. J. KM Pr, ti. P. A., Memphis. Tenn. J AS. M. F,t'V AKD:S, V. P. Ati. .VI., Memphis. M. BlKKE, Gen'l i-up't. mtuntHtalppI una TmotoiMe-ev Mail train eavoj: at 4:43 p.m. : arrives at y :rj a.m. Freight train leaves daily except Sunday) at 5 :15 a.m.; axvives daily excopt .Sunday) ai8:30 a.m. t'bt-Mpeabe, Oai ana exu tuw rater n renins iiov? ap foil own No. 8 (fast line daily) Itfnves at 8:li a,m. No. 2 leaves at 11:30 p.m. daily. Kipley accommodation leaves at 4 p,.n. daily (except Sanday). No. 7 U"at line iaiiyj cT' rive at p.m. Mail and express arrives dully at 3:15 a.m. Kipley a-ieoni modatiou arrives daily (except Sunday) at e:c a. in. ffirmp nul 11. li Rek-Tr-vint more a? l.-:iow j rceotr.il st-icdard tl.ni) : Mo. Heaves Aitily at 5:2' i p.m. I arris at iO.to p.m.; No. 3 ves at 4 :5( a.m. ; ..rrivep a, tl .50 a.m. ; No.fi Itre.-r-iO ieavos rirpe;ld daily, axcep Sunday, at 6 ;(i0 a.m. : arrives at7 :00 p. ia. , .Ufivtll au1 K it to -tile Train? raofw follow Fa, mail arrives daily at a.m.! teva at ll:WJ D.ia. ; man lea", ei daily at a.m. L-owcsvill- --oou.T.oa'iV.na ifivec .ii.'y, i .vpt bandayr a; 5:tQ p.m.; tuaii arrives duly at S:vJ p.m. brcwtili' iooa3odwio arrive! ii-ttr, except banda?, at 9:4 a.m. ..s'v&ncUrd Mf rapitlft rI 4"t.rloalot Tra'r.ft more as ftilows: Ihrotih expr&ss leavi t daily at lu:35 p. in. Mill and Xi-re-'s ioiMis daily at S:l a at So:uervillf ncoorc mod At: un lea ve 'ia. 3y xfept Sanaay. at 5 1 p.m. Tarcuza apre rrivos !i.y at 10:40 a.m. Mail aui evp,s rivos daily at 5:0.' p.m. tomervLio Mcoommo dtioa arrive uiiy. cjiimr-t tun day, ft bxa-m. Tr-i !jvs M. and T. 4?pot as follows: So.., mail and xprf leavee daily at 11 :00 a.m; ; No. S, mail and expres arrives at 10 n. ; No. (i , fc't Louis --r i.s ifiivec d.i-.Iy it 2:3) p.m.; No. 66, St. Louis express arrives at 12:4 p.m. NnnphK Nrtum nd ItrmiHn Irlx- ITotly Pnrine Kxaie-Tnuii more us tuitows: Leave Memphis dniiy at3:'Vi p.m.: arrive at ll:U)a.ui. FINANCE AND TRADE. No chang in the money market. Local securili-s doll and nnchanRed, exceplirg improving condition of Taxing-District bonds. The cotton market closed dull, with middling quoted at lOJc, and sales ot 300 biles, all to spinners. Eectipls were 123 bales, none of' which were by river; ship ments, 747 bah-8, of which 650 were by river. Stock, 15,0 ; 8 bales. Ne York snots closed quiet, middling quoted at 10 9-10c; futures closed quiet and firm, June quoted at 10 4-3(5 10.41, and olher month un changed. New Orleans spot closed quiet at lOJc ; futures closed steady, June quoted at 10.12(510 13, and other months 1 to 2 points higher. Liverpool spots closed dull, moderate inquiry, quoted at 5J5 13-lGd; f uturesclosed steady.June, June-J uly, 5 45 W1, 8elieis. btock at Liverpool, June 12to, y:3.000 bales, against 930,000 bales same date last year. Receipts at all United States porta yesterday, 340 bales. iisain and provisions were in better tone yeeterday, which was all the quotable change in general trade. Receipts and shipments veeterday were as follows: 1MPOKTS. Eisjht pkgs booti and shoes, 7500 ba corn, 52 hd' cattle, 34 pkgs dry goods, M0 pkesejiga, 125 hrls flour, 1 car hay, 25.000 ft lumber, 7 nkgs liquors, 31 brla potatoes, 3 cars bulk pork and 62 brls sugar. EXPORTS. Seven brls aip'es,26 tcs bacon and hams, 2t;; sks bran, 16 bris beans and peas, 14 pkgs t-utter, 136 pkgs boots and shoes, 6762 du corn, 313 bris cotton-fceed oil, 16 sks cotton-seed oil meal, 6 pkgs cheese, 211 &ks cotToe, 39 hd cattle, 72 pkgs dry goodd, o'.U brla flour, 163 bales hay, 4 hd horses and mules, 162 pkgj lard, 10,OiJ0 ft lumber, 28 ptgs liquors, 411 brls meal, 49 brls molaes, ld fcgs nails, 568 bu oats. US brls potatoes, 3 cars bulk pork, 163 brls snsjar and 200. pkgs tobacco. SCMflER KtSOKTS. Bon Aqua Springs, IIikmaii Count Ttnn , "VPKNS on the l.ltb June, 1SS5, with many reasonable prices. W. b. HI S KLL. DEKU P4HK AM OAKLAND, On the Cret of the Alleahanies, within the Fa mous lilaJe Section, Directly on the Line of the B- and 0. No StHe Hides or Bus Trn?fers. All Limited Express Trains fep. With the new and un ir atleied fast schedule on the Baltimore an1 Oni Kailroad these lovely twin resorts are be; ond all com pari. -on the most advantageous! y toe te i, both as to train service a d surrnundintr?, of r. ny Eact of the Kokies- Leave Cincinnati a;rei supper; i-rnve Deer Park for early breakfast, lie turning !rains are ejuaily favorable. Le ive Deer Park after supper; arrive at Cincinnati for breaktat- There if alo a Dy Express eich wsv, mikin? Ioale DaMy Tr.iins each wy B. and O. Limited tor Va?hinton and B-lt:-Bio-e, via Deer Park and fakiand, leve Cn"in nati 7:2ii p.m., arriving: V. abinetn 1 :lo p.m.. Bahimorf1 2:1s p.m. B. and l. L'o.ited for C n cincftti. St. Louis and South, via Doer Park na-' Oakland, leave Baltimore 2:.'i p m., arriving a Cincinnati at 7:45 a.m., St. Loui t :' p.m. Magnificent Trains I hrouwh Without (.'bar. e fileepini?. Parlor, Fa-tiily-room and Day CoaoL??. aniMon ient Jnae No Flies! c Mpquitos ! No Hay Fever 1 No Malaria ! ' Der Park and Oakland, the one beit-ff but ix miles di-tant from the ot;ier, with the m s: chiriuinir drives ponne'in them, wiM be an the manaeuient of Mr. W. J. WALKER. wbi-.T his two fej-ns i:i:inaement of Deer Park, m -li many enthusiastic friends of the irtori.-.u re4"- n aiaons; Soutnern jeopie. B. and O. Te lee rut I omce in brth hotels: uIpo, fine Livery and fir-t-elaja Liundry. 11 'ouiinuniations should be addre-ed to W. J. Wa ker. Qn en fit? Uo'ei, Cumberland. Ml., up to June ltb. Alter lhat date, oirher leer Park or Oakland, Mi. KATK-i VJ. $75 and f.i por month, accord :ie to locations. The B. and ). Ctipuy bu-- ppHn-i no exj-en.'e in rendrinu Deer Park and OnkiJi-t-i the leading Mountain Keorts of the Eat, n n for tbe season of 'h5 tlis attraction will bc-t" a chamcter not his erto equalled, and tne cui 'jr ot bth houses nut excelled. The Finest i'l.'.e for Children in tli L-nd. . jHLOXTl&Sia MOLTS, BILOXI, MISS. ME SL JITl tit AM W I. NT KB. T1IIS delinhtful &ois:de Report f,-r Touriet- ..f lers Eirs: cia?s Accominodations. lltc i- ituJitcd directly on the heah ot tbe u't of MetM, and atT.rd fine lloailnx, "ihii'ir. UnuliDK sail tsrtvla. 'Xha accesitiil ty. pure air and freedom from uiaUria, render Bili one of tbe H ot deirnble t p'ti on the 'iull'sbt ra avsriioLei First clsus Kates Rea.-oa.-bie. Applications fir room?, by mail or telegraph, will receive prompt attention. P. J. MuMUOSS, Proprietor. Bonita Springs ! -VOW S'FX-0nly one mile from BLAX RX'i'- AiiK , on Kansas City Hoad, an.i miles fr"i'i iiemphiff. Everythintr new and cm pteto. h-althy. splendid ater and g "d lishinc liound-trip tT -rinfrs, . M. U- WILSON. Proprietor, F o r rly of M ontvule a n d la eft i j i n p t . m lMADIMSiAVr F.'X -W T OH l" l:nu.-u;tlly excellent board; moderate p ri eef . yany fr-.uthern reierences. Old Point Coml'urt, V.. IIyt;oia XX otol, Silital'1! 100 Vurds from 1'ort Moiir ie OfKN' .ill tbe rear. Aceommr.d:itolii pue- , K'iimI to auy hot-1 in tbe tnite-i ctutcs. Hurrouodm! j.icturcp-iae aoj hi!:ijfic. liuintinenu. uh i tid tervii unexoelled. Ba!a inir, ix.iitine. t.binx and itrivinK urecial1)' ..t trrtive. Term!" fo- eiiual u-t-oiD moliit. Hi i.... .n......ri in ihciuntrv. 1'ure ore-n A-r. iree trom uialaria and conducive to rcfrcitiDg sleep. Send for descriptive p:i " i.b let . U. PllUtBl i. Promoter. :im Lithia Waters: aio Gnelrin nte:?' TT.mi..htr W. Va. o Fogs. o Moljr a. Where the pick re-over, and the -e!l are alvay. haopr. rai for iKini.biet. . U. isALL, rrot r. Fon yrm at 37 Court Place, now at 3l'LsiiimlleIi A Tilrt- M-.trf .0.1 l-e.ur qo- ;lrncUaiiiilti CTirw 11 forn" of PRIVA.S. CKP.ONIC and SEXUAL Bla- lrmatorrlea and Impotency, .tf".ollof-i'n. in yoaUi.lrTBU in Bl Money 6 to 8 percent, on satisfactory col lateral. The following shows the clear ances and balances, the rates of exchange and pricos of local stocks and bonds at the close of yesterday's business: Clearances yesterday, l6j.!ij-ij; inui far this week, il'!i7,0riS 92; same time las, week, $3.'6,504 97; same week last yeais tlH!,472 4i ; same week in 18S3, $2l'l,254 18. Bi ances vesterdav. oU.liy 43 ; inus iar this week, $!)?,1 13 !Hi; same time last week, f6i,855 12; sate week last year, $54,081 06; week in 1883, oM63 Jt . EXCHASSB. Sew York -. paras prem New Ennii;d demand pan KtiKlani aleht... . alii ? New Urlearu P" BASK STOCKa. Bank of Commerce W9 M Firat National l-s 11 German National... Manhattan tate National. t'nion & Planter... Mercantile.. Home..... JluffUity.. reoines.... INSURANCE SI0CK8. Fiantera Hho-nix w. .. . MemoQM City Vanderbilt . riernando .- 1H7--4 175 IH 9 I K) 14: 4 116 hif'O ...lfil(lo ... 72 75 ...KfValiM KnnloS IS: i) lU'Al0 27a( 30 Ariinieton.. RAILWAY STOCKS. Momrnia and Charleston -. . 3- 38 M'.inippi and Tennessee 'A' 41' LouiMviile and Naahriiie. . 3"" Mobile and Unio . 9 RAILWAY BONDS. Memphis City - - 100 8102 Mempnie and v,narieton consols i"o Memphis and Little KockUt mort S8..K6 fallO Mie.-issiol'i an i Tennessee eonsole A 117 Mississippi and Tennessee consols B . 6 M MISCLLLANEOUS. Taxing-District compromise bonds .. 16 9 iyi Memphis torau Compress Co to & 7 Memphis .is Company sfjee ou w rvr Memphis Has Company bonds liJ2 feli4 Memphis Water Co. bonds, accrued int l'Al Memphis Wator Company stock. w Memphis City bonds, old 45 Memphis City Ciiiproiuie bonds, an- stameJ . V9 Memphis City coupons from old bonds. 45 3 Memphis Uity cout. ironi comp. nonos. oj iu Memphis City ledger balances 3t (tj 42 Mcmpnis uityjua;. on coup. & oonus... on w VAiunhis City iiavins indebtedness 37 19 SheU.y county CA-4 0 R.R.) long (je.lU'i!!1- Shelby county warranta...MM .. bO i Pioneer Cotton Mills. o0 9 bO toy Ttlrxrils. New York, June 16. Money on call easy at 1 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 4a5. Foreign exchange, 48di for siity days, and 4t, for demand. lljmls Government bonus have been quiet but firm, with quotations unchanged. mere lias ucen a mouerate Dusinens id State boULis, and prices for some of the more active shares are 1(5 per cent, nigher. Toe railroad bond market was active and steady, tne total sales being $1,772,600, of which west baore iirsts contriDutea jt3,uui', ar.u the Erie second consols $215,000. The remaining business was well dis tributed amocg the more favored issues, and prices aie generally higher. Mocks J tiia uas Deen me moni active day at the Stock Exchange during the past three wttks, the total sales amounting to 2i':5,811 shares. I he market o; ened active and strong, ard the activity continued un til late in too afternoon, when the trading became very nuiet again. First prices were generally a ehade above the closing quotaiiotib last eveuiog, without any ma terial reaciion. Tha whole list, with one or two exceptions, continued to advance until 1 o clock, la that lime tne gdtns Great Western Beconds, 51 ; Canadian Pacific, 40j ; Erie, 10 ; Erie seconds, 4S'i ; Illinois Central, 12c. j ; Mexican, .'if, ot. Paul common, 70j ; New York Central, 87 ; Keadinii. 71.' The Bank of England gained 7400 bullion on balance to-day. Paris, June 16. Three percent, rentes Slf, 72jc, ex-interest, for the account. THE COTTON 3IAHKETS. The Jocal market opened and closed dull, wiih quotations unchanged, and sales o( aoo bales, all to spinners. Quotations at the close were: res tarda No:n. Ordinary tiood Ordinary . Low Middling...... Middling (iood Middling.... Middling iair...... lair- ..... - Day Before Norn. l"- .. lo' l'' t"S ........ Mi ..Num. Stains. tinges, 9;3iu'c. Receipts. ot cotton yesterday, 123 bales; total receipts to date, 425,908 bales, against 443,9:12 baits same time last year, and 506, 20:5 bales in 18S3. bhipments yesterday, 747 bales; total shipments to date, 414,ti02 bales, leaving stock on hand yesterday, 15, 918 bales. New York spots opened quiet, closed quiet, middling, 10 9-16o, and sales of 300 balej. Futures opened quiet, and closed quiet and firm; Jane quoted at 10.40ta 10.41, against 10.4tka.-l0 42 the previous day, with ether moaitis unchanged. Sales, 38,100 bales. Keceipta, bales; stock, 271,140 baies. New Orleans Bpots opened dull, closing quiet, middling, lOJc, and sales of 750 bales. Futures opened steady, closing firm; June quoted at 10.12($1013, and other months 1 to 2 points higher, bales, 12 2iH) bales. Receipts, 242 bales; Btock, 63,863 bales. Ttie conditions at other domestio mar kets at the close yesterday were as folio a: Oalveston, quiet at 10 3-16c; receipts, 10 bales ; stock, 3938 bales. Mobile, notniiMl at 10 3-16c; receipt?, 10 bales; stock, 9387 bales. Savannati, very quiet at 10 3 16c; re ceipts, bales; stock, 2145 bales. Charleston, ijuiet at 10c; receipts, bales ; stock, 2148 bales. Wilmington, quiet at 10e; receipts, 1 bale ; stock, 575 bales. Norfolk, nominal at IOJj; receipts, 28 bales; stock, 1849 bales. Baltimore, quiet at lOJc; receipts, bales; stock, 7186 bales. Boston, quiet at lOc; receipts, 28 bales; stock, 6310 bales. Philadelphia, dull at 11c; receipts, 11 bales; stock, 8567 bales. BL LouK quiet at lOJc; receipts, 21 bales; stock. 6440 bales. August , steady at 10Bc; receipts, 90 bales ; st . : , '2934 bales. Receipt . " ue ports, 310 bales, against 2107 bales f :i-s day last year, and 2366 bales the efore. Receipts ;i fie ports 4 days this week, 115o bales, c it 2747 bales same time last week, aiw ;9S1 bales sama week last yeRr. Exports to Great Britain, 2393 bale?, agHint-t 8763 bales same time last week, and 17,068 bales same week last year. Stocks at all United States ports yester day, 376,-i24 bales, against 4i0 010 baits same time last week, and 404,562 bales same week last year. Total receipts at the ports thus far th's season, 4,700,555 ba'es, against 4,726,742 baies same tim9 last season, and 5 857,234 bales in 1883. Decrease in receipts, 26,187 bales. Total foreign exports, 3,659,3:6 bale?, azainst 3,610 261 bales same time last Bea son, and 4,477,980 bales in 1883. Liverpool spots at noon wera quoted dull, moderate inquiry, with sales ot 8900 bale?, of which 64'JO were American. Re ceipts, 5000 baies, of which 4760 were Americitn. At 12: Uplands, 5Jd; Orleans, 5 13-16J. Liverpool futures at noon were dull at decline ; J une-July, 5 46-6U ; July-August, 5 48 6 Id; Augu3t-September, 5 52-64d; September-October, 5 4S64d; October- November, 5 40 6ld. At 2: Dull; June, June-July, 5 46 61J, sellers; July-August, 5 48-64J, sellers; August-September, 5 51-64.1, buyers; iiep-tem6er-Octobr, 5 48-64d, value; October November, 5 40 64d, value; Nosember December, 5 08 64d, buyers; Oecembar January.5 38 Old, bnyeiB; January-February, 5 4-J 64d, value. At4r June, J uue-July, 545-64d, sellers; July-August, 5 47-64:1, sellers; August-September, 5 51-64 I, sellers; September-October, 5 47-61d, value; October-November, 5 39-64d, Boilers; November-December, 6 37-641, sellers; January-February, 6 39 64 ), value. Futures eloped steady. stronger feeling developed in corn. The visible supply s'atement showed a mate rial decrease, both by the New York and Chicago statements. The market opened c higber and ruled strong ia the early trading, then advanced jfstc additional, fluctuated and closed jc over yesterday. Linht receipts estimated for to morrow aided the advance. The trading in oats was on a larger ecale, aiid the temper was strong, with higher prices prevailing. The near futures advanced '',"-, while the deferred fa uns ranged i ic higher. Flour dull ond unchanged. V heat fairly active and stronger; opened ic higher, sold off ic, advanced and closed Jchigherthan yesterdov. "Sales ranged : Jnne,88vHJc, closed 8Se: Julv, !390f, closed 89jc; Aognst, Silr.v92c, cloefd 91 :jc; Septem ber, 930i94c. closed 93l2;93c; No. 2 spring, 881'S8.v, No. 3 spring, 79(a80c; No. 2 red, 94('.9l4c; No. 3 red, 84(jj)S4Jc. Corn a decidedly stronger feeling pre vailed, owing to a decrease in the visible supply and estimated lighter recepUjthe market opened jc higher, receded a trifle, advanced ic, and finally closed l higher than yesterday; cash, 4Sc; June, 47j 45c, closed at 48c; July, 40Jt7Je, cloned at 47c; August, 46i47Sc, closed at lic. Oats r.ctive and stronger, near options ruling ( 'In higher; cash, 33K 33; June, o;('i33c ; clr sed at 33 Jc ; J uly, 3oj'i,335c, clob.d at 33Jc; August, 28 28 jc. Kve quiet; No. 2. 64c Flaxseed quiet; No. 1, $1 28. Rsceipts Flour, 13 0C0br!s; wheat, 86,000 bu; corn, 229, 000 bu; nats, 201,000 bu; rye, 5000 bu ; barley, 5000 bu. Shipments Flour, 14. 000 brls; wheat, 9000 bu; corn, 348,000 bu; tats, 192,000 bu; rye, 1000 bu; bar ley, 1090 bu. Afternoon Board. Wheat Bteadyand un changed. Corn firm; July c higher. Oats ii'in ; June Jc higher. The Chicago state ment of the visible supply of wheat showed a decrease of noarly 40,000 bush els, while the New York s'atement showed an increase of nearly 600,000 bushelB. Be tween these conflicting statements the market ruled stronger and generally high er. August wheat, which closed at 91c Isst night, advanced to Oljo, sold off to 91c, and is now 91Jc. Corn has ruled strong at 46jc, July. Oats trong, 33JC, July. Pork 12Jc higher. Lard 5c higher. The British Uratn Trade. Liverpool, June 16. A leading weekly grain circular says: The weather has been mostly fine, out cooler. .Wheat andar lib eral arrivals was less steady at the c'ose of last week, but with an a tive demand the market is now fi'm for both spot and fut ures The adv-eree American crop ac counts sustain values. At to-day'a market there was an average attendance. Wheat was steady with a moderate demand at previous rates. White wheat occasionally advanced Id. Flour was in better request, but at unchanged prices. There was a moie liberal supply of corn and less in quiry. Prices were Ji lower. PKOVlKIOftN. Ecttkb Creamery, 225c ;dairy, 1 2Vo 13:; butterine, 13fi)15c; country, 15(2)22c, according to condition. Cbbiwb Prime fiats, 5Cc; N. Y. fac tory, 7(SSc; fu'l cream, 12j13c; Y. A., 12i213o. Mkss Pork $12 per barrel; sugar cured hams, packed, 9j(3)llc; breakfast bi'.con, 910gc; clear rib bacon, 6c. Bole Pohk Clear Bides, Cjc; clear rib side?, 6c; shoulders, 4Jc. Labd Tierces, 7c; half-barrels.7c;kega, 7c; buckets, 7c; half-buckets, 8;; 20-ib tins, 7c;10-lh tins, 7Jc; 5-la tins, li ; 3-lb tin, 7ic; choice kettle. 8c. CSt. Louis, Jane 16. Provisions firm sod generally higher. Pork- jobbing, $10 75. Lard, 6.40.'. Bulk meats long clear, 5.30c; short rib, 5. l(c ; short clear, 5 00c. Bacr n long clear, 5f2)5.8fc; short rib, 5.9i)(2)C; short clear, 6 lt(n6 20c. New Orleans, June 16. Pork, $11 12. Balk meats shoulders, summer packed, 4;; lone clear and clear rib, 51c. Bicon shoulders nominally 4c; long clear, 6Jo; clear rib, 6c. Cnoice sugar-cured can vassed bams, 9(29jc. Ljt'isu-E. June 16. Provisions steady. Bacon clear rib sides. 6c; clear Bides, 6ic ; shoulder, 4j4jc. Bulk meats clear rib sides, 51c; deal sides, 6c; shoulders, 4ie. Wees pork, $11. Hams sugar-cured, 9i(a) 10c. Lard choice leaf, 8c. Cincinnati, June 16. Pork in moderate demand, $10 75. Lard in good demand, Bulk meats quiet but hrm ; shouid- summer yellow, 4042; choice winter yjllow, 48350c. Cottos-Sekd Mkal Prime, f. o. b., $19 2 per ton. Cottow-Skkd Cottonseed, railroad, sacked, $12 per ton, delivered ; wagon swd, delivered, $12 per ton ; river seed, on bank, $10 per ton. Rates established by Mem phis CotSon-Seed Clearinithouse. IXHHKIt MAKIiKT. The following are the wholesale prices of lumber in this market : Poplab 1 in., 1st and 3d clear, $18 21 ; 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $22(24; common board, $1012 60; siding strips, Ix6, face measuie, 1st and 2d clear, $22; ceiling, Ixfl in., 1st and 2d,-0: drcwed, 1, liand 2 in., 1st and 2d, $2830; com inin drconed, 1 in., j4fiil5. Timbkb Poplar, $TCoi9: cyprtv, J.5W9; Cottonwood, 23; gum, $3(43 5f: oak. $ 8; ash, $n(S.8; black walnut, $20.r. Ylix)W Pii 1, il) and 2 in., let Mid 2d, J:?oa,24; dressed, $30; flooring, 5 and 6 in., 425; floorine, 3 and 4 in., J27 50; 2d flooring, $22 50; hoort elc-n lumber. t3o 40; ceiling, $25; ceiling, i22C0; i ceiling, $20. Cypkkhs 1, 1 and 2 in., 1st snd 2d clear, $23-25; common, $15; fencing, 1x6, 16 ft.. $16. Black Walnut 1st and 2d. 1, 1 i and 2 in., $0575 ; common, $35 50a40 ; cul !s,$18 25. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st end 2d, $2022; common, 1 and 2 in., Jo12. Red Gum 2ds,$18i9; common $$10. Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run, cuils out, $1011. Lath Poplar, $2 ; cypress, $1 80. Shingles No. 1, sawed or Bhaved,$4 25 ; sawed or shaved saps, $3. Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $2C 23; common, $1113 50. PRTKOLEtn HAKKKT. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lots, 9c per gallon. Cleveland, June 16. Petroleum quiet ; B.W., 110, 68. Pittsecbg, June 16. Petroleum active aud irregular. National Transit certificates opened at 81 and closed at S0j; highest price, 81 J ; lowest, 80J. Bradford, Pa., June 16. Petroleum opened at 80S and closed at 80 j; high'St price, 81 ; lowest, 80. Runs, 74,319 brls ; total shipments, 73,785 brls; charters, 66, 500 brls; clearances, 2,092,000 brls. Oil City, Pa., June 16. National Transit certificates opened at 81 ; highest price. 8!i; lowest, 80S; closed at 80 ! ; sales, 1,537.000 hrls ; clearances, 3,288,(100 brls; runs, 74,319 brls; shipments, 68,i97 bris; charter?, 66,500 brls. HOlar,BI'ILDl KIATKRI4LS. Fbaming-Lumbeb Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet: draRed, $30; yellow pine flooring, $25; shingles, $334 50; lathing poplar. S ' 75: cypress. S2 per HCKl laths. Extra prices for extra lengths abova 20 leet. Lime andCkmknt Pure Alabama hrn, 75H5c in bulk delivered ; 9095c per barrel ; in store; Louisville cement, $1 1 75 per barrel: Ronedale cement, $2 25(a) 2 50 per barrel; Portland, $44 50: Ro man, $5; pl?.er of Paris, 3 2 50; Hair, 5c per pound : Kails f.' Ic per bushel. .j per eg. WHISKY, ETC. Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 506; rve. $1 bWai Wines Imported port, tl 506; sher ry, SI 50(a; champatrne American tx- tra, $7(S)8; Pii.er Heidsick, $25!,27; Mumm's extra dry, $2it31 ; Roederer. $29 0531; e. Cliquot, J31(.33; claret, $3 7oiu) 13 per box ; Uatawba, $4(oid per case. Chicago, June 16 WhiBky firm, $1 15. Cincinnati, June 16 Whisky in fair demand and steady, tl 13, St. Louis, June 16. Whisky steady, $1 13. New Orleans, June 16. Whisky West ern rectified, si Oo(a.l 20. HISESASO PKttKr. Wojl Choice washed, 2Sc per lb ; nn washed, 1023c; unwa.3hed hurry, 10 lbc; c.ear do, l(rj22c. ilaiket weak, HiDfcrt Dry flint No: 1, lfic; No. 2, 134c Drv salted, 10fS-llc. Green ealtd. 6i(53C Tallow, 66ic. Beeswax, 22 26c. ftlarset hrm. New York, June 16. Wool steady and in moderate demand. St. Louis, Jane 16. Wool choice a 6.40c ers. ZiM Bhoit rib, 5c. Bacon brmj'lots active and hrm, but lower grades shoulder, 4Bc; short rib, 6.20c; short ; shade easier.though not gnntably changed. clear. 6Ac. Butter steady; oxtra GEyERAL TKADI3. CALL BUABU IIEALISbH. The following is a record of bids, offer ings and transactions during yesterday's session of the Call Board : CORN. No. 2 white, snot. 57c bid. o8c sskei; June, 59j asked; July, 60; asked; No. 4 white, spot, 41 j asKed; s spot, ojc Ehaeo ; June, C3c asked ; year, 40c bid ; No. 3, 4oc aeked;No. 4, oJc asked. OATS. No. 2, Jnne, 35c bid, 39; asked; year, 3l)Jc bid, 33c asked. Corn White. 65c: mixed 56;. from store.. From levee white, 60c satked. 5SAc bulk; mixed, 5;'i; Backed, oUJc bulk. Hay Strictly choice, trom store, si were frera 1 to 1 1 per cent., the latter St, prime, yo.'o-'.ioc; prairie, 00c; rounu 101s Paul, but Ncrth western rose 1, Lacka- levee or depot, choice, s20o0; prime, ,! 0-:f . fn'l. "a P-" a v-r.ii'n l. w,oa of llf-i, lm of bexual ? --': SYPHILIS Gonorrhea, GLEET, fr'tnar. 6rUa.U r rinratt U .! qmcliT curen. It wp-tr-ivi i-b: U.t r.aj- ifcian!i"l."1"ii.!ilM'wa to cfrTiD c!iv nf lrs, nl ll tt-..H. li-t. ! 01..' rv'.tit w pit ttr. tun It i innv-r.irct w rit t tu r.n :y truunt, tof -in ema be lyri.iai ai i' of Ltil of ex ri anjwbere. rare Gaaranted in all Cases under taitM- or VttT tr mivd irT L'a3 mmioa&itttc Uric tit couLuiiiiiii. PKIVATE COCKSrXOR ve.j ev - -1. it u,Ti-.r I - rrul t T I V tcm LViif troiai - A-M.te; P.M. Io-oIvth Kale. r-.0 r. T n..n..prj.nrtnf PheIlT Coun t':'j. A. Wiggiet al. vs. the ilulially C and h. Co. el al. TirRrANT to n crdcrof Ffilein this cane on L laeolay, Js J3. between . ,n n.l 'I o'clock D.M... I Will Sell trout of the' courthouse. McmpuM. Tzvti., the .ia;r..l nronerty. namely: Iho en tire laeho!.l iniere-t of the parties to this Fu:t in the preioieg on the soutl.we-t corner ot Auc tion and front streets, lli h pafped by tbe leae f,m tije Miiburo iin and Machioe Coaij.mBT to j.i..i.. II A. Molial r. subioct to the tn.a .nil conditions of the id Uafo.andof the t...m Atof.s Woodruff, as tru.tfe., under tH. aid Sliibarn Hin and Machine C rinr holds the taid prances. And also all tne anM. boilers, ma.-hinerr and. other ir..i-erty ued in or about or beiomrinr to the s 1 : 1 f.tnln. I 't.m IMT. V. at. all iht may be embraced in tbe inventory of J. --'.1 v..rimi.t sorh iroiimU of the mill as bare alreidr been sold or othertrue disposed , .1 1 . . nH.r lh. former orders th. Cujirt. And all the bairifinii, ties, sacks, li.rniTure and fixtures, satis, tools, lain!, n h.r ,.r..oertv o: tne said lul i.llv r'ru.hina an.i RctuiriB Company of every . .k.rh.r .TiiLrr.l in th. ient. ry or not. and ithereaoever or in whosoev !r . '7 or c.ntrol the same ma; b.. Jiut v " . . Hod flint anv 1m1U owina to Company, or a.-y. chose, in action beloniiing to it, hal be sold or a y , , , t, Ail the property herein desenhed to be sol will besolossawhol.. fv-ept one battery ofhv W 1 , ,. if I.n.r..tndlinc stAnd ,nc udinff pumps, oi"H l. ..fill... r,rf two healef. nen; me same ....(....;,l,..n,i , V.i euro oin end utu, i , . ..,4 Kefin vompanyu, ine jiur.uo v..-. - - : r , - Th. .rtilea so eacpted will each be wanna and Omaha preferred each J, and Missouri Pacini; , percent. V. es'.ern Ln ion and Louitvihe and Nashville were less active, and gained only jc, while the Van derbilt!. and Pacific Mail were little more than steady, the extreme advances amounting to only per cent. Union Pacific was the weak stock on tbe list. selling at only J; above the cloeirg price ytsterday. Alter l ociock mere was a ntfadv and uninterrupted yield in quota tion?", during which, in most cases, all tbe earlv advances were- lost and Irsc- tional amounts in addition, the de- ine ranging from i to H per ent. for the active securities, tne latter Northwestern and Pacific Mail, but Omaha preferred and Lack awanna each lost 1J, New 1 oik Central r.d lake fcliore each 1, Louisville and Nashville and Union Paciiis each J. The stronire&t stock on the list was St. Tdul hich fai.cd to lose more than about hail ot the morning's tdvar.ee. The market closed heavy and lu most cases al or very near the lowest quotations n-ached. The result nf ti, r rinv'H operations is a net loss as com pared with last evening for the active hfet . . i 3 - -1 V.. ol to a per cent., trie r.eavient uecnue ti irg Busia'ined Ly Union Pacific, but I'aciti; Mail is down 1 and L,ake bnore and ;. Paul each i. The bulls talt very coin rlentlv of much higher prices in the near fututB. The bears claim, on the other hand, that the ie-dii.j ball operators were heavy sel'ere of stock this afternoon, and that for the time being tho highet prices have bt-en reached. They admit, how ever, that the abnormal ease of the money market and tbe enotmous ecpp:y 01 idle canital awaiting temporary investment ii a verv low rate l interest, most of the call loans being made at If'M per tent., enable the bulls to con trol pricts to a very great exieui. mo mini r . . , i .1 .JO-. Cn; nKnvna safei Ol SIGCaB to-uy were --o.oj ouww. includinir: De aware. Lackawanna and Wtfrn 1. a : Kantesand lexas, -r.rjj L ike Snore. 83S5: Louisville at d NasL; ville. til'.rO: Northwestern. 3o.3io; ftew Yoik Central. 7705: Pacific Mail, 12,605; St. Paul, 5SJ95; Union Po':fi, 14,80; Western Union, ii.yju. Closing quota tions: eoyiaxMKyTS. 4s, Pacific 6s of 1S95, 127 prefer. iles oli separately. ... Terns of Sale One-third essn: and eoual installments of I r.t .. Clerk and .Ma-ler of said Court lrom date, with security to be rceiver. Wm. M. K Warrincr. S balance : twelve month andr-!ph ilicitors. ith interest roroc-a oy tne J. .M. FOW LKl.s, deceive rosoj ijai. Tt-ylor A Carr- iiUS mil 1 ii i uii t-M f.-.r no r 3 yrare with rmt meat" by toe' bte.cn. uaof I'iri-.New nrket! " ' . .. t . .. .1 ,....., t p.trof all i--W.' lusiNj i rri m Tan (;ulai-,t IS 1UK MAUKET. fl.NT.-t. CAPbLLta U. S. 3s. 104 Ji. BflKDS. C. ?. firsts, liv;. T. P. land eranu. 3. Erie seconds, te. i . -' niou. aiy.,M. Lehisti t Wilkes, 9-'. D. P. fimtf, li'M. Loai.iana Consols. 7;.. U. if. land grants, loS Vii9juri . lot .. ti. P. sink, fund, lit),. tt, I.Jar.K nr .. V irinma lie. to S:!p. i S C.6rin.lli;i Va. eon., ei-m. o., 50. Tenn. l.old. s.. v a. eonaoti, aiu, o, Ienn. Sj, usX. 47V STOCKS. Adams Einress, lfk. forril 4 E..ord,122. Allegheny Central. . a.tylHe4C ou-Uphidonl otice. Ko, foil, R. D. In the Chancery Court of Shelby County. Tenn. Beltie Keno vs. A. Y. Reno. It appearing from bill which is sworn lo in this eaue that tbe defendant. A- V. Keuo, is a noti-rej-ulent of the btate of lenneseee: resi lience cnkn..wn : It is therefore ordered. That he make nn appearance herein, at the courhou-e ol 8belby cun'y, in Memphis. Xenn.. on or before the firat Monday in July. l";". and pleai. answer or de mur to eoiup'amant bi 1. or the same will be taken forconle'S la to Jiim and set tor hearing es parto; and '.at a cow of this order be published once a nil for four sa-es?ire weeks in the Memphis ai ial. This litn dr of May, lmti. ACOl'yi.'il 'irDOWELL. Clerk and Master. Tty II. F. a -h, Lieputy t.ler ana wa'ter. P. M. Winter.- and J. J. Dullose, boll, lor com plainants. J ""1 Use after eatlnz, for lndi(re- on. A vertect sunstitau tobacco. Asa your drc. gist or eonfeolioner for C i gan's genaine and original " TafT.'Ioln." manulacturel bo Colgan 4 McAfoe, l.juis- riil. Ky A.saiBbia handle rcaji on i Alton 4 Torre U., 16. A 4 T. a., nfd. m. American Lipress, 93. B. . C. it. 4 N.. ."7. C tnala I'acirio, U.'i. Canada Southern. 27. Central Pacific. Cneaieake and O-.K C 4 O. Ut t fd. 7'A. C4 02dpfd, . Chicago 4 Alton, 125. C. 4 A. pfd, Y. C, B. 4 y.. c. tt. h. ta. C.St. U. 4 P.. if. , C.Bt. L. 4 P. cfd. 1. C..S. 4 C. 19. C. A C. I 4 Uud.. 78'4 11.1., I. 4 W., ll'J". Uen. KioU.,4H hrie. Erie pfd, 19. East Tenn., 3. , East Tenn. pld, R. Fort w ayne, l-H'i. Hannibal ht. Jo, . II. 4 bt. Jo H'a, Harlem, i'l. Houston 4 T.,1?. Illinois Central. 124. Ind. B. 4 W.,SV4. Kansas 4 T., 17.'im Lake K. 4 W.. 5. Lake Shore, 6.17-.., Loa. 4 Nasu. S'.' j. Lou. 4 N. A., 'i. M.4 C 1st pfd,. M. 4C.2d pld, Stem. 4 Char.. .-;-j. .Michigan Central. oO. MiP.icit. L.. US. M. 4 St. U tH. Missouri Pacific, e. . veuit.&i. o. FA ", W N.J Norfolk 4 W. pfd. 15 Knrthnrn Pacitc. lol. Northern P. pfd, a 4. Chicato 4 N. W.. Vi. C. 4 X. W. prefd.128. New lork Cnotvi,. tlhio Central. Ohio 4 Mississippi li Ohio 4 M . pld, 62 Ontario 4 West.. 71 Oregon Navigation, 72. Uregon irans., li;-,-Oregon Imp., 24. Pacifio Mail, 6-i',. Panama, im. P., D. 4 E-. Pittsburg. 111. Pullman Pal. Car, 113 Reading 14. Rock Island, ll-VS,. St. L. 4 6. F.. in. fit. I,- 4 S. F.,pfd, 32. ir;.L.4S.F.,lstpfd,IS3, C.,M.4bt.,ir.,lf'(.10; (St. P.. M. 4 St.. V. Kl. P. A Omaha. 21. P. 4 O., pfd, 71!-,. TasaJ Pacific, 11". Cnion Pajiuc, fvi'. V. S- Kxpresi, 51. W . (it I.. A P.. I'i. W.,St.L. 4P.,pfd,7'. U7..II.O V. liol: W. U. Tel. 112H Colorado Coal. Wi. BouteUke, It'-.. Iron SlKer. I'A. Ontario, . Quicksilver, 4M. Quicksilver, pld, 20. South Pacifio, . batro, 16. M.,hil. m 11.. b1. N in Obi kans, June 1G. -Sin'ut syebange on New York, $2 per 1000 permiui; bankers' sterling, ib'JJ- London, June 10. Consols, 99 7-16 for money and the account: United States bonds, 4s, 125 &; 4is, 115 ; Atlantic and fcireat Wtetero finjU, 21J ; Atlantic and S17 50(Vi,18 : prairie. $1111 50, Oats White. 48c, and mixed, 4o3 lrom store. Eotind lots from levee or track white, 6acked, 46e; mixed, sacked, 44c; in hulk, white. 4;!f44c: mixed. 39Ac. Bran rora stor. ioc perewt; round Int from levee. $14 tier ton. Corn mbal -Standard, f2 90(oi; pearl, 3 75f'ri4 from store ; 5c cheaper from mill, lavee or track. Beans Navy, $1 75(oJl So ;medium,Il ftU 1 65. Table peas.irl 2oQi)l Vo per cudnei, Stock neaa. no demand. Oatxkal In halt Darreie, -t irom score. Cbaccbd Wheat In ha!: l arrela, 4 1-0 frorti store. Fu.-ob Fr'-'m r:tore, triple extra, 4 5"kr 4 60: family, i-l(2.r; choice, So 2oo to ; fancy. SE5 75o;6. extra fancy, $0; patents. $6 5iS 6 75 ; round lota lrom levee or track 10f3lc che&ner. hiOMl.NY AND liBlTS from Btore, J 7D Kicb LouiHtaca, ottstjc; Carolina, 7Jc. Cbacikrs oda, extra,! jc; Boaa.Gouoie extra, oc; assorted jumoiea, triple extra, 10c; unger snaps, extra, ic. LoutaviLLE, June 16. Grain firmer. Wheat No 2 longberry, $1 02: No. 2 red, SI. Corn No. 2 mixed, o0c; No. 2 white, 56c Oats No. 2 m xed.Jjc, Kansas City, Mo.. June 16. Wheat Htronaer: No. 2 red. cash and June, nomi nal, at 80?: Ju v. Hic: August, Corn firmer; No. 2, cash, 3, Jc bid ; June, 3Sic: July. E9Scbid; August, 40 c. 0its nominal ; 30c bid. Cincinnati. June 16. Flour firmer family. $4 306?,4 60 ; fancv, J4 oo. W hett dull; No. 2 red, il 01; receipts, 3275 bu; shipments, 2334 bu. Corn strong and hio-her: Jso. -z mixed. :ic. wais in fair demand and bteady; No. 2 mixed, 36 (o,37c. Ke dull; No. 2, lti3c. Uaney scarce and nominal. New Orleans, " June 16 Flonr choice. J4 75(54 8i: fancv. $(o:5 10; extra fancy, 3 40('o bo: winter wheat nttents. 75t6: Minnesota iatent rro- cess, t'y 50: bikers. $4 50("4 62. Cjrn n.ixed, orsc; yellow, one; cnoice vhite, 71C'i'72i Oata choice western, 40t3:4lc. Cornmeal in fair demand moderate supply unu lower, at ?3. Hay prime to strictly prime, 15(o18 50: choice to fancy, Si&Wl 50. Kice Louisiana, common xo prime, i vs 6";c. Bran 8o(2;b Jc. Kt. Louis. Jane 16. Flour dull. Wheat higher, and although somewhat unsettled, considerable Btrenatu pievaiied and the close was jc above yesterday; s;o. 4 reu, cash cloei 1 04, closing 1 03, ; September, 1 0"-, closing 1 ll j. corn slow out ntgti erand closed jfj.fc above yesterday; No. 2 mixed, cash, 44ia,44c; juiy, 4jifrioc; August, ioic; September, 454oic, clos ing at outside prices. Oats steady; No. 2 mixed, cash, 321(i32jc; July, 30c: year, 24c. Kve slow, bio b:d. t laxseed quiet, 1126. Hay timothy, $12'i,15. Bran, 65c, Cornmeal steady, 12 60. Keceipta Flour, 3000 brls j wheat, -2,000 bu; corn, 29.000 bu ; oats, 3000 bu ; rye, 1000 bu ; barley, 1000 bu. Shipments Flour, 4000 brls: wheat, 1000 bu; corn, ,39,000 bu; oa.s, iCOObu; hartev. 1000 bu. Jlernom hoard. Wheat Jc higher and corn J(Vr c lower, Chicago. June 16. The trailers in wheat were pretty thoroughly at sea to day, owing to the wide diversity in the es timates mtde respectively by the Chicago statisticians regarding the visioie supply statement. Ooerators had very generally calcinated upon an increase, but inatead the Chicano statement showed a decrease of nearly 400,0110 uusueis. 1 ui, togeiuer with an witimate bv the Ohio Agricultural Korean that the next wheat crop would not exceed 275,000,000 bushels, influenced frea bnying early, and the market opened Jc Vjjber. The New York statement in-dK-i'd an increase ot SfjO.OOO bushels in the visible supply, and this held the mar ket downward and caused an early de cline of ic Under moderate bnying the m-rket rose again, advancing l(i jc, eased off ic, and closed on the regular board ic over yesterday. Ihe close "on the after noon board showed no appreciable change. Liverpool advices quoted spot wheat firmly held. There . was decidedly creamery, l(;lc; lancy dairy, iwa 11c. IKgga easier, ll(g12c. Cheese in good demand; choice full cream factory, 6(a7c. Chicago, June 16 Provisions ruled strong, mess porn adrancine lOiloc higher, while lard was 5(a)Ac niguer. Mks pork fairly active and stronger; prices ruled 10(3i5c higher, settled back 2a and closed steady; cash, $10 35; July, ;$l0 35(al0 42, closed f!0 40to,10 42$; August, tlO 42.J(a)10 o, closed S1U 4iCtJ 10 50: t-eptember, tiu ouyiiu ou, ciosea J10 57jfo)10 60. Lard fauly active and firmer, and advanced nznc. and Closed s'eady; cnh, 6 OOf.te 65c; July, 6 62ifo) 6 6.3c; August, 6 70;a6c, closed 6.9;! 6.9oc. Boxed meats bteady; dry sailed shou'ders, 3 81(1 3 90c; short rib sids, 5.40 (i.5.42jc; short clear mies, 5.705c On the Produce Exchatiga butter firmer; creamery, 15(17'(;: dairy, 12(2,140. Eyg3 du 1 and weak. I0Will-tc. Afternoon Board Pork 2c lower, .bird 2jc nigher. tUKl.tKKIt.l. Cokfeb Common, S'(?,9j; ordinary, 9'!(i'2; prime Kio, lllli'; choice, 12I413JC; old government, AKSf-tsts. KrjGAR lure white, jc; on wane, tj (?.7c; yellow cl&ritied, bjc; open kettle, Oifitc ; refined A., 7c ; granulated, c ; powdered, 8c; cut loaf, 8 Molasses Liouisiana, common to i-nr. 30(37c; prime to choice, 48(")53c ; syrup, 2.j(ni l0c: centrifugal, fancv, 40c ; common to lair. 2fVS'i33c: prime to fair, 35(310c. Candies hticku, all sizes, in boxes, paii6 and barrels. 8c. Bagging ami Ties iJnginng, lute, 11 c; flax, llKft-lO'c, according to weight. Ties, $1 301 40. fctOAP 31(ji6Jc per pound. Candles Full weight, 12'c. Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 28fil3c; other grades and styles, 35(rJ90c. SuulT HORtN ANl KlLl.N. Messrs. F. A. Jones A Co., live stock and commission merchants, Jlonroe street, furnish the following quotations of the horse and mule market: iloEsEs Good driving, $12-)W)2oO; good saddle, $14O300; plugs, $35(iS0; good mares, 6o(it)140. Mules 14 to 15. SU0M130; lo to 154 $125140; 15, to 18, tl40175. Supply small; demand moderate. RIVER NEWS. NTKAMF.KS, LRAVISU THIS DAT. Arkansas River-R.L. Cobb, Rowland, S p.m. Arkansas River..En Fostkb. Kuhn, 5 p.m. Kriars Point Coahoma, Clagtett, 6 p.m. Osceola Diax Adahb. Cooper, 5 p.m. THURSDAY. Cincinnati. ........ BcCElvg Stati. Thursday, 5 p.m Arkansas City Kara Adahb. Thursday, 5 p.m Vicksburg .BaLi.B McvrBiB, Thursday.6 p m t. Louis.. C'T Paoviuitc,Th'rsday,0 p m. k V fk A M OvV PI enovirs A POSITIVE m CLEARING SALE OF- MOVEHKM I SI At THE l.LHE. rn'rats. Ed Foster, Arkansas river; Arkansas Citv. fst. Louis: New Mary Houston, New Orleans; Dean Adams, Osreola. Departure!. AfuanBsui Cl'.v, icksourg; New Mary HoustoD, Cincinnati ; Winnie, Fruncis nver; Kene Macreaay, bt. Francis river. Boati in i'ort R. L. Cobb, Ed Foster, Desn Adarns and Chickasaw. Boatt Due Down. Buckeye State aud City of New Orleans'. Boati Dae I p. Coahoma and City of V leksburg. KecelpM Veetcrdwy. Dean Adams 25 ska seed, 50 sks corn, 2 nous und calves and lot t-undries. F.l Foster 2 bags seed-cotton, 180 sks Bel, f 5 empty barrels and 30 pkgs sun dries. City of Bayou Kara 1300 sks seed and 107 pkgs sundries Arkansas City 2180 pkgs mercnand:se. u'icue jiov ;: iv is. Tn Anchor Line rackets tomorrow evening are the Blle Memphis for Vick1! burg, and City of Providence lor'.St. Louis. Tub Dean Adams, Capi. Ilenrv Cooper, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock or Osceola and the upper bends. Wm. South er is in her cilice. Thb Coahoma. Cant. Thos. Claggett, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Helens, Friars Point and all way landings. Piatt lihodes is in lier office. Tub El Fjster, Capt J. T. KuIil, is Ihe packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all points on Arkansas rver, as far up as New tjra&conv. Amos uay us iti iter uuiwr. Thb E. L Cobb. CaDt El Nowland. is tbe packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all poitua on Arkansas river, going through to Pine Bluu. uiiari-?s juusseiinaa uas charge of her office. Thb Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R Cheek, is the United States mail packet to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Arkansas Cry and all way landings. A. JbaoKamitn and Lew Price are her clerks. The Buckeve S'ate. Capt H. J.Vinton, is the packet to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and all way landings on the Ohio liveT. Robert W. McCoy is in her cilice, ine nucEeve State wiil give cheap rates to all points North and East. 1TTERS MILLINERY! Curo without 3nj. c.t.9. Patent ci October 16, lrt. One box will care tbe vott obf tint cue is fnr fcjrfi or Alliit.V Soluble Medicated Bonplen. i Vo nanieoni docel of etiMUt. oraIb& or r-U nf iidH.lw-xd tbftt are crtai o to produce dyn a I iy ootfiroTitit tne Qoannrt 01 tee itom.v h. Prim. II iS). Sold br all droir Utn. or matLr.1 on rcn't of prieo. for further prtin!jir.Pci for Oircuiar. f, u. isoi in. id. J. 7. ALLAN I'U., iX J..1.D iimet, Saw ork CURE. CenihlnlBg IBOH with PCBE TEGETABLK KlMCS, tinlckly a.4 coaipletrljr tXKAM eed K.NBK Hta THIS BUMD. Hlekes!e the actios of the Liter ene U Ideeya. Clean tlie coatplrxloa, naAes Ue tkia sraooU. Itdeeaaot In lure the terlh, eaaae kesdaebe. or produce con-tlp.Uo.-ALL OTHt.B IKON sTEUlCIilEH IM. Phcians and Drticcusta enrywhere iwoommeod d Da. H 8 Rnoouw. of Marion, Maa... ears' "I reu4mnRnd Brown'. Iron Bitton. i a ..laat.le tinc f .nncbujAtlM blwd. ivl rrnnoinK iaII dpeptic Bjrmpt.ffu.7lt doe. not hurt tlu tmab. Da K M AWnnlds. Ind Mr" : " I har. prescribed Brcwrn's Iron Bitter. In cam ol aniemia and blood dumMM. also when a fmic wna neoied. and it uae prored thorooghlr aaOrfaotorr. M U W v BTBJfS.SSSt Mary St.. JSrw OrlMTta L... ears: "Brown's Iron Hitu.nl raliorwl me In a cae of blood poiwams. and I heartjlr oomme&d it to tnoee twedirus a purifiar.1 The Onnlne baa Trad. Hark and eriwa.il red lines on wrapper. Take welirr. Made ooly br uuown tiitmt'AL est, BiLTi-joiti:. mi. Lsnrra Hawd BoOBMefnl and attrartire. eon talnina lis ori"W for nvi.. loforroali n l-jat c"in.. etc. rlr'" away by all dealer in niwti;iue, or mmi,. t'. any address on receipt "f c rt-.nip. STEAMBOATS. It- Garrets, f 1 i per case ; Ralph s, $10 25 per case : railroad. 0 2o(aU0. Salt Per cer-loid. SI hu per Dsrrei; Jl 40 in sacks: nockets. bleached, 2i(3i7c; coarse, 1 15; car-loads from levee or d- pot, 610c cheaper. Cassko Cioons, itc. rnc6s per aozen : PiueariDies. ! 50(1 60; peaches, 2-lb Etandr.rd.il 50; second-", $1 20; tomatoes, 2-lb standard, il ; 3-lb, $1 25 1 35; Htrnw- bemes, il 2o(ol &0; rasprrernes, Jl 15 1 25: blacfcbcrnea. 1 10(ril Zo green gagea, $1 251 50; pears, No. 2, $1 50; Dlums. $1 50; asparagus, $l(a.4 50; green corn, f 1(2)1 4U; green pe!s, o; cove oysters, lull weight, l-io, iti its; cove oys tera. full weiabt. 2-lb. il 90: cove oysters. litrht weiirht. 1-1 h. tioc; cove oyaters, lignt weieht. 2-lt, t o; conoenKeti miiK Crown, frj40vi,63r50; Eagle, f8 25; Swiss, $6G 25. Kkw Okleass, June 16 Coffee quiet ; Rio careoes. and common to prime, tUCd) 9Ac. Sugar firm; cotnmon to fair, 44($oac; onol lair to cnoice. nominal ; yenow cun- lied, G01ic ; off white, t 3-16(f,(i"e ; choice white, tjje loiasses nrm; cfniruugai, common to irood common. LtW-C; iair to good fair, 2;K2i2oc; prime to etnctiy prime, 26233c. . Sew York. June 1(5 Coffee fpot fair Eio dull , 8; optioLS dull ; ealea, 11,750 hum Julv. ti..0(ojjj: Ausust. b MKi.0.s-c; September, 0.9 c : October, b957c; No vember, .Hi.!: uecenioer, s.tun 7 15c; January, 7.15(' 7 20c; JIarcb, 7(S) 7.30c. Sugar firm ami quiet; fair to good roiioino nnotpd at 5Ko;5iif; : refined eteady; powdered 7(o,7; graouiated,t)ilc;cut loaf and cru.hed, 7 5 10c. Molasses quiet. HorSEHOLU Sl PPl-lIiS. Vboktables Onions, yellow, new, $44 50 per barrel. Potatoes Irish, new, Louisiana, $2 2".2 o0. Sweet pota- tM ;t ?.Vii3 511. t;ahhai?e. 13 75i4 nor crate: Tvnins. $1 50 per barrel. -. .- ..... . , rt . . . ..... I iiur t-r OT,1 LV'4? nVrUraut,new, U 5o(o5 per barrel ; $2 50 I.IVK-MIIIK H1KKET. The Union Stock-Yards and Fertilizer Companyfuruihhes the following cond tion of the live-stock market: Cattle The offerings, with what were left over lrom last week, made a tun sup ply for common and medium grades. The market has been rather siow for tbe above grades at aoout 20 to 25c per 100 pounds de cline. Good choica butchers' steers were alow to move at quotations, and if any thing at a shade lower pti es, Sueep There is no change to note in prices. The unmet remains quiet oat eteady for the be6t chvs of fat muttonp, while the common grades are dull and in little or no demand, only at very low prices. Lamiis The attention ol Duyers iormis class oi stock is directed now to the beat selections of fat, heavy lambs, averaging 00 to 70 pounds, this class selling from 5 to 6c; light and mixed lots selling from 2 to J2 60 per head. Hogs Lteht demand and very light supply, 44ic. Kansas CiTT.June 10. The Lire Slock In dicator reports : Cattle receipts, 2554 head ; shipments, t-25 bead; strong and SffilOc higher; common Bteady; exporters, So U(i 5 40; good to choice shipping, $4 900jV 1j; common to medium, i4 60(4 80; foeders, $12-'(;t 75 ; cows, $34. Hogs receipts. 12.532 head ; shipments, dtil nead ; strong and a shade higher, closing weak ; choice, $3 05; mixed, $3 553 b l. Sheep re ceipts, 5UU head ; shipments, li4 bead; fair to good mntions, 2 b.(oid; common to medium, $2t?t2 50. St. Louis, June 16. Cattle receipts, 1400 head; shipments, 600 bead; steady and all good grades firm ; light to tieavy shipping Bleeis. 4 80(S5 70; butchers' pteers. 4 50ij4 o i ; mixed Dutciiers smcK, $3 2523; Blockers and feeders, $3 50(rr 4 75: erasa lexans. $3 20fo)4; wintered Texans. 4 2' (iU 75. Hogs receipts. 4000 head; shipments, 1100 head; higher and active; Yorkeis and butchers, $4 4 10; packers, $3 6Xi,3 SK). bheep re- ceiota. 201)0 head: shinmnts. none; dull and weak; bulk of supply poor; good to choice, 3 2o04; common to lair, . 3 ; TexauB, $1 503. . Chicago. June 1G. The Drotert Journal reports: "attle receipts, 5tf0head; ehip- ments, .'oJO neao;marKei nrm; snipping steers. $4 90(3;5 85 ; stoekers and feeders. $3 2o(du; cows, bulls and mixed, $2 40(. 4 50; through Texas cattle, 75 cars on sale corn-fed, $4 25(i5 30; grssserp, $3 25 4 35. Hons receipts. 22.000 Bead; enip- ments, 3000 head; the market oiened 10c higher, but the advance was lost; rouch and mixed. $4(o"4 10; packing and Phipping, $4 20 liglit weights, $3 10 fi,4 30: skiiw. 3(3i3 75. Sheep re- ceintp. lliUO neao ; snipmentf, none ; mar ket strong; natives. Si bOG 4 50 ; Western, 3(S3 5'.'; J exans, i2 40(g)4. HEW YORK DBY UMUDS MARKET Kew Yobac, June lfl The attention of the market has been absorbed in tbe auc tion sale of bleached cottons, aside lrom which new business has been very light in SDy department. The auc'ion sale was largely attended, and from beginning to close waB marked by a degree of enthusi asm that baa rarely been exceeded. The liiilrlinir was spirited and the ottering ol 0000 caBes sold in fifty minutes. Confid- erinrr the tenner Of buyers to do noth ins in advance of wants and tr-e general surroundings of trade, it was a great suc cess, but its financial results to manufact urers ib best summed up Dy paying mat a few more such victories would min ary mill that continued to sell goods on such a basis. The prices reahasd were as lollowe: Lonsdale 4-4 bleached, p? 5-10Oc; Rlar.kstone 4-4 treble extra bleached, CS'a) 63c ; Blackstone AA 4 4 bleached, 6 rt4.liVlc; Fitchville 4 4 bleached. Wtjblc; Forget-me-not 4 4 bleached, 0(dojc, ana Horn. 4-4 b eached. 6i(3i6'c Among the principal buyers were Joseph Home & Co., Pittsburg; Louis Stix sCo., Shotwell, Cleribrew it Lathman, the John Shiiito Company, Alms & Uoepke, Cincinnati; Ramhnrirer. Bloom S Co.. John M. liobm- son & Co., Daniel McCullough & Co., Lonis- oil'e Kv Marshall, fied 5t Co.. J. v. Farewell & Co., Carson, .fierce, ocoti Co., James H. Walker & Co., storm Hill, Chicago; Samuel J. iiavis ot ui., UE1EK1L JifcWS. Business quiet. Wabmeb last night. Tub Dean Adams, from the upper bends, arrived at dark last night. Receipts b river yesterday, 2 bags of seed-cotton and 1505 sacks of cotton-seed. Thb Rene Macready cleared for St Francis river yesterday evening with a fiirtrip. The Ed Foster arrived from Arkansas river yesterday morning, and will return this evening. The S. P. Coe, with 3 barges, arrived from above y ester lay, landing at tbe island above the city. The Arkansas City passed to Vicksburg early yesterday morning, discharging 2189 packa es and add ng 4 ) tons. The New Mary Houston passed from New Orleans to Cincinnati at noon, un charging a small lot of freight. The Kansas Miller, built at St Louis to run in the npp?r Arkansas river, arrived yesterday and was in poit last night. The City of New Orleans, from St. Louip, and the City of Vicksburg from Vick-lmig, wtre both due to pats this port last night. The Winnie left for St. Francis river on time, with a moderate trip. She left m word about that cotton-bloom 6ent round from Mariauna the firtt of the Beason in the Memphis district Capt. M. M. Deem has been presented with a bouncing biy baby by his wife. It is a realization of great expectations, and the old skipper is as happy as it is possi ble for human to be and live. Who's going to be supervising inspector, is the agiiator of the marine mind ia these waters. Socially, all the applicants are good rr en, but how many f competent for a position of so grea' i.n,ortance? Cairo reports a rise of 1 foot 3 tenths, and St. Louis 2 feet. Tne river fell nearly 5 inches here yesterday. Excepting 1 foot rise at Leavenworth aud 9 tenths at St Paul, all other upper streams are dedin icg t'Apf Ed Nowland is making electric litthts for steamboats a special study, and has inaile many important improvements as to their location and application on side s.reim packet". He can make a drift pile as light as day, forward or astern, and show up a snaghole Jk the delight of the most sleepy-headjea' pilot. The foi'owi: g is a list of the applica tions o-i file for the office of inspecter of steam vessels for the sixth District, ex tending irom Cincinnati to the mouth of White river, in Arkansas: R. J. Bictnell, E O, Bar ks. E. W. C;app, J hn A. Harp man, J. C. Hoyle, W. A. Joplin. M. J. Miller, r . Montana, James JJ. Kandan, Memphis; Jimss R. CUrk, Louisville; J. E. Thicks; n i, Jeffersonville, In 1. ; Robert E. Sieger, umervilie, Tenn. ; D. T. Duck- well. Irwin Dugan, Louisville; W. H. Ful ton, Little Rxk ; Frank F. Frez3, Ken tucky ; Jofiah Given, New Albany, Ind.; J. B. Jones, McKenzie, Tenu.; F. Meyers, New Albany. Ind.: P. ti. tiobtrison, An derson, Iud.; W. C. .'iehenor, B. W. nolds, Evansville, Ind. Notice to Shippers in the I'pper Trade. I H L A Jj THE Str. O AY0S0 left last even- .P V intr lor Vaducah, where she will . 'V--r ZS&u nnderKO repairs, and as soon as ready will re turn to her regular trade, and will remain perm anently in the trade as heretofore, and try to do the business for the people as sa'istectnry as she has in tho past. W. P. UALL. Vfcat KXC.TJ fa 8 IONS). Tbe fast sidewbeel Str. ENQUIRER, rO Will leave the wharf at 3.4 and T o'clock ewers Nundsy akfleruiMSB on her cheap river excur sion. Hood music. Tick'ts !StO. e-ood to return on any trip made during tbe day. Tbe KN-QUH-tKR can also be chartered by clubs or pri vat. parties lor picnicssnd excnrsions durins: the wee a. J. v. iv a . uvll, jiaeier. Memphis and Cincinnati Packet t'ouip'y. Change of Time! Summer Schedule! Fcr Cairo, Evansyil'e, Louisville and Cincinnati. Tbe Elegant Steamers of this Line Trill leave Memphis EVERT MOSOAT and THURSDAY ttSpm. Special Rates te Bound-Trip parties to all points. STATE-ROOBS FREE WHILE IX PORT. Tbronrth Ticket, to All Polata Monti, Knt sasmi eat. For full information, freight or passage, aon'r to R. W. LIGHTBDRNE, 6. F. aud T. Agt , cor. Madisou anil Front btr T parties dealrlwir to snake abort and pleasant- trip n p the rlwer, retnra ini the at llriiarr, tbe LOWEST R rv-si ever known will fee made. I WINDING UP OF THE SEASON SELLIXU REGAKDLE' S of COST I.ng bile Pluuien at $1 00 Full line of Straw II.ilsA lloanels... 2..C rartnhpt'1 Hats at - 1-C Ranvh a. ll Rflf1v llrtlfl all ShaD-es and Colors - oc Clorer I'lowerv, per dozen 2.c Fine White India Sail, per jard..... 2.c ttS Fall line ef Trimmed Hals and Hou nds at llalf (heir valiic.a ffiTLace aud Mull liats all ebapes. Feathers Cleaned, Dyed and Curled. Gelden Hair F nid by the small or larr. quantity CHANCERY SALE . OF ESTATE. ' CONCENTRATED xa-E fjjli." AW K ' jQ 4 14 No. R. ChDfirT Court of f-he.by foan- ty II. I. HeJtord et t.xtcui'T. ere. oi i. W. fce-lJord. deeeawd. va. C. M. Waldran et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree of mle enteTd id the ahove cmue f-o the ith day of i March, iovp m. b. 4, rBe zt, i wm f-bh fu l lii jiuciion, to the hi(thet biijler, in front of tbe Clerk and Maw tor a ofiice, 4 rlhoute of fijbelby I county Mempb'ti. Tenn.,oi ftuturday, Ja 87, rithin legal hour, the followimc described prop erty, pitnHted n Shelby county, Jenn., lo-wit! JUfltnortuoi me uiidi -LFieirici. -i hmi wumjs rvainar nart nf the U. K. Thnmac iubiiviinn. and I known hi the ' Hnmei-tead Kerve ' b the plat of rec- rd to Flat Hook 1, .-.nn 05. in tbe Kerter otli-'e of iaid county. I Aluo, Mock i, con tain tn iou, numoerea from 1 to '34, incluftive. i Alio) black 3, except lot 8. said block oontain- I tnjr 20 lots. Also, low 3, 4. .". n, 7 and b, n block 4. A is3, )- b 3, 4. 5, A, 7, H, 9. 10 and 11. in block 5. A -no, block 6, con tain ina 2 lots. Alo, block 7, containing lot. AIbo. block 8, c ct mingriloU. A!fo, hltH-k 9, OfitaininK ll lct. Al.-), biocK hi, eoLtainii'i i lull. Alo. t.lock 11, conthvinioff 11 lots. Aluo, block 12 contintr g 7 lot. AIb, bloci 13, contnining 14 lot. I Also, lots 12. 13 and 14. in block 14. I A'so. lots 5, 7, 'A an, lo, in block 1. Alfo. all the "ce' lying no-th of Brinkley street ani south of tbe i-outh line ot White street, and ea-t tf Paik street and to the eaet line of chejftout street tDc'uded -a'l conttiiniD- 113 acres, more or 'ei Alto, all h mieiest (f tho I defendant in Park Btrt-ct ieruig of a'e-D a credit of seven exonthi; Durchasers executing n.te with security, and hen ; rami II 01 IU wurc :n neina. iui kuiio J ' &. I. mouu iiL-ij, uierK ana natter. H J. M. Hm.llpv. letutT Clerk and Master. Frascr k Boyle, Claim h Beard. JobnutoD k I Ford, Solicitor. The Ureal Keiiovator, Ufcd Kecom mended and Indorsed by PhyficUni all orer tbe World. Tba Only Remedy th-it Acta on All of the Orcat urgans oi tne iiumao eysum. tur i.ivrK. THR HIOXETrl, THE BOW cm. grRE SAFK SPEKDT. PoMHtyii tl1) 4ntblnwi MwMlirlneil Y Ir t Mf, of AH tli Faineui Niilnrnl M fifcra. CONoT'PATlON. IluK-U HAD ACHE, bViSl'KP fclA are promptly curat by it He control al tbe product of the fa mom spring both fcalt and Water. All genuine preparation bear i be Crb Apide" Trade-mar on the label a. it the ren ame 'Crab Apple" brand. ConcentrMted Waiur, cents; ienuine Baits, in sealed packages, at 10 cents and 25 cents e"h. Crab Urrbard VaUr ( o., Propriet ora. blM'JN Pi. JtKM. Vmt. LomgYille. Ky. tic n to ui, tat aoaorlsLi a and lcU W hate vA eotitirVr. Me, aavdin t?wery tita U MR--ik-kw sat we f f To DaTB. f J MattuWUra. I 1 urtiriy Ota Itraie Ctaaltal 8s.' . Ohio. AkwU A Lkk. Hadua. N. Y. Sold bf DrurrwCS. m . (t ee. CHANCERY SALE OF RE Al. ESTATE. No. S299 (B) Chancery Court of Shelby Connty State of Tesnrssee ts. W. . Butler et al.; No. l.V-S City of 1M em phis ts. Jefse Pae, guardian, et al.; No. K31-B. P. Anderson vs. Martha Folwell etal. BY virtue of Interlocutory decrees for sale entered in the above causes oo July 3, 1HH4, and December 22, IV-., and February 13. 1",, I will sell, at public aue-ion, to the highest bidder, in front of tne Clerk and Master's office, court house of She by county, Memphis, Tenn., on KfUnrdMy , Jut. 6, 13, DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, No. 17 Jefierson Htn Btwsi MsUm am Frval, Vtuptui irSTAELISHSD 121 1960.1 DR. JOHNSON li acknowledged by all parties interested as by far the tcostsuiceBsftil pby iiriai In tbe tt.tment of private or secret dif smses. Quifik, permanent cures guaranteed is) c.ery es, Uaala or femaie. Reoent eases o Oot-orrhea and t yphilis cuid in a tew days, witt 0'it the tse cf moreurr, cbaofe of diet or bin, dcanc from bni:.sa. S.-ondary 6yrhili, tfc li-st veetiire eraaicatei wit not. t the nfe ol mer cury, involunury loss of semen stopped In a liet-rttinje. SuCorort from iix latency or loss of teiaal powers restored to frea vigor to a few weV.s. Vi-nimg of telf-ahoe and axoessiva veaery, Snffering from iirmtArrhea and lo-s el physicHl or mental prwer, speertny and pfirmia DtTitly ourcd. FarticuiAr attention paid to tha Dineaietiof Woirert, and care vunranted. PUg and r.'-L sor"nrfd without the use of cann'.ic r the knife. All consultation! strictly eonfldentisl saeticicea aaat by ax press io aJ parts ol tv eountry. H'rrklngmen cured at half tit nsial prices. Cffebour from 8 o'clock a.m. to p lR i ff N i N . M . T WH ERE TO CO , A SUrtlMER TRIP Irt a jiistlon that oai b pusily answered nftiT an exHiiiination (if thn eltirant IIIuh tratl .uM(- to the r.-orts of Miimfvota and Iukotn, which is mw Mne piihlishfNf by the St. Paul, Miuni -aiMilis A Mauitohu ItCa.il viav. SMit free on rt-ipt f two-cent stamp. Address C. H. WARREN, C'tTTal p-ivwnser Acnt. r. i-Aix, MtSTC 5ou-Kesideiit Notice. Circuit C urt of Mi-lby County, Tennessee Kansas City, Sprinstitfld and wleuiihis lUiirosd Co. vs. Irtincii H ti;e. U apiHrnn from tha petition, fi-ed in this cauce, -.hich is worn to, that the de.endant, Francis White, u a noa-rtisident Qt the titate of JtfQnr-fee: It is therefore ordered. That he make hie ppearnTii-e hr-nin, et the courttibue in the Tea ; iriif-Uintric t -f Shelby ct'unty, Tenn , on or be fore the third Monday in tepteniber nett. 1Sh.. a "4 plead, atifwcr o denmr o plaintiff 's te tition, or the same will be tuken for eonfecsed as to hi in snd set f"r baTiiig exfarte; and that a copy of this order be puh inbrd once a week for four mcceive weeks in t'-e Memphis A ipeat. A cony Attest: 4v:l. . ttL, Clerk. P.y (Jeo. J aiE pbell, lcru Clerk. Newman Frb, Attorney t'-r Plainiiff. ta within leral hours, the fnllowinir dnscrihed erti , situated in the Taxing-Listrict of bi county, leno., --vwitt FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI Msmubls snd 4'incJnnf.tl Facket C. FOsi L.HISVIL.LI-: AMU li wtIN vti ISuckcyo State, r.F H. J. Vinton master. Will leave on THURSDAY, June 18th, at 5p.v. For freight or passage apply to R. W. LIQHT- BURNK, Atrent, corner Madison and Front sts. FOR VICK.SBURU. Kt. tools and ftw rlein Anrlior Ub J, H Hull FOR VICKbBURti. Belle JSemphiaH fEh. Geo. Baker master, k$&s& WiUetvetrom the Llevator ItllKUAi .June 18;h, tat 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply to ''''", 4. n.'l 1 E FIT! KUK CAIKO ASD MT. l.OUlrf. Nt. Lonleand Krw Orlfaas Aoreor Line f. M. Mall-FOR CAIRO AND BI. LOUIS. City of Providence, tk- Gome Carve II master. eK7lMJ2 Will leave from the Elevator Till KoLlAi, June lth, a'. 6 p.m. ror freiKtit or iassaare apply to C. L. II a i.!.. Pass. Act. Al ST" KM. Sur't. fTOK WHITE ASD BLACK MYERS. aii.r ii ak::v 5tmi;iiis vthiie tSIaek silver l. S. Mall Pacfcpt. For Indian Bay, bt. Charles. CiareedoD. leyalla ilu U", Ucs Arc, AatTasU. JarksoDixirt. Rearoy, v;tvil:e, Ffwl-atan and Pocahontas Steamer ALliEUTA, ISO, M. R- HfttTT. master. Will ma.v Mainiihik ATAff Niitiirdnf m 5 o'clock p.m., connecting direct with Upper White river packet for Fowhatan and Pocahontas, and with tae tJaiJy Packets to Bated 7iile and Upper White Thrnnirh Rats to all joints. freight oonigned to Milt Harry Line. Memph'.f or ierrene, will ie promptly torwarnea. R. W. LIGUTBL'RN'E, Agt., Corner Mnd-son end Front rptr. FOR ARKANSAS RIVEB. Memphis and Arkansas River PACKET CO. . Unite" Mutes Hail Line. For Pine Bluff and all Way Landings on Arkan sas Kiver ihe new and elegant steamer IS. L.. COBB, 35 fed- .Nowland. ..master. Leaves as above F.vprv WedaeMlav si I S f.m. For uteneral information apply at office. No. 286 Front street- li. u. lam, c. Agent. Planieni Iitdeomdent Packet For Ter rene, Red Fork. Arkansas Post, Pendleton, Hew t.ascony and 1-ma iilutl bteamer 11. .Foster, J. P. Kuhn. master. Will leave as above KV.fcRY WEDN E6iAV,at5 p.m. for freisrat or passage apply on board, or to rj. I H'.' yl flCni. FOK ST. FRANCIS RIVEB. The St Francis Riyer l ransportation Co"B Kin. Ki.lA.W heal U. rs. Mail bleamer Key- Itene 5aeread3 uEk ARE STILL TRirMPHAM. For fifteen years they have steadily trained in favor, and with titles constantly increaninir have hecomn the most populux Corsets throughout the United Slates. TVi '.," (ii.-i.litT is warkatitcd to wear twice as long as crdinar. Corset, and tetitnon all with out numher could oe (riven oi tne perieci saus faction they have afforded fcr a long series of years. , The "G and R. IT. qualtttes are made extra long, as we. 1 as regular lengths, an wold at the lame price- Ketailerg are autqoricea to retuna money, u, on eaan.inMii.n . thee Corets d i not piove as reprentgd. For ante ev.ryalifrc. A aiaiotiues ir a sipiiriisi. Thomson, Langdon &. Co., Hfrs. 70 And 73 Wrth ft., w York. Partof lot No. 8. in block 49. fronting M feet on west side of Echolr street, between Vance and Kl lioit streets- running back 75 feet, being tbe south 5ti fret ot said lot 8, fronting on t chols street, ii south line being tbe north line of the Butler tract and its west line being the eat line of lot No. 7. owned by defendants, Meath. Hamei. Grosvenor and others. Part of lot 3 and 4, block 63, fronting 100 feet on the west side of Itoeoto street and running back 125 feet, being situated at the southwest cor ner of Desoto and Utayoso streets owned by same defendants. Lot No. 13, block 67, fronting 90 fret on the south side of Union street, be ween Hernando nd Desoto streets, running back 2uU feet, owned by same defendants, Partof lots 4 and 5. block Kl, fronting IS feet on the north side of Linden street, runnica back 183 feet, said lot being between Deoto and Turiey streets and its east line being 248 feet wost of Turiey street, owned bysame defendant!. Lota Noe. 11 and 12. block 61, fronting 148 feet on the west side of Torney street and Ira feet in depth, being at tbe northwest corner of Turiey and Linden street, owned by said defendants. Terms of iSale -On a credit of six months ; notes with security : Men retained: redemption barred. This May 2u.liSH.-j. S. I. McDOWELL, Clerk end Master. By IT. F. Waleh, Deputy Clerk and Master. J. W. Hampton and John Johnston, tools. The sale tof above property is continued until AaiuiHlty, Jane 27, 13. at 12 in. This June 5,185. . s. o. i. .-ncuu ALL-, uicrg ana nanier. By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk and Ma.-tcr. aiALVHOO!) vientr "'.cu -cioa't. r-i S7. lesaa t lrtUU. sre" ei'os ssrw. ( J IZCM'-V jbm) i' ' .inline " Pa' fit.. OMiaOti VI mmm kicDunucnCDll ITV I f Hinll-e akillod phy U aw fftilci.-ina, reei'lt from. 5 ffj-ouuitut tn-ii-cretion. ? too f rtjo tcdul,7eiice. or )J overbrainwora. Avoid vgM.e iniposttinn at prewo-';3jtt-.tiji icmeuies tor these jt3 tixL'jU-i. Get our Fre Vji Circular and Tritl Pack--F5 aat and lcara tmportsi4 lrTrrrt ?:-f'v-lit--r. lake a fprj-c' CYr& T l-'vi lion to buwlncts, or cauis JX VrtAJ bHpatn or iMonvptiieiiceia DCAY. F"any "y. Founded on HAHRI3? A Radical Ours FGni JiXRVOTJS I 23X1EIXIT7. Ajged Men. Tested for Seven Years by use ini Thousand Cases. TT2 T,A TMrST. OneKonth, - fj-l 00 Two Months, - C.crj ZlueaKonUia, 7QO 4 vj p!- By aircttanpiicarioa It . Bto tfif sect ot clitcsw its kTwific irrtuence ia fell LTjS without deUr. The &nt- -wJatiral fuTtctionBof rhe hu tX 3 mn oremnitm lsrwlorecf Tlie aniniBtinff elcmcir '-Jjof lire, which have Da waned areeiT-n backslid the patient btRieclitTr luland rapidiy puini botli 7tn-r.jp ti, mod exBai Tig jc Non-Kesitlodt .Notice, Ko. 5706, R D- In the Chancery Court o She by County, lenn. Jas U. viooOloe, executor, etc., vs. A. Li- Kreicbgauer et al. It a pearing from bill which is sworn to in this cauie that the defendant. A. L. Kreichgauer, is resident ot tbe State of Ohie, and a non-residen of the State of Tennepsee ; and it further iicar ing that said delcanant is juy lnueoie to I complainant in the sum of 48 5. due by ac count, and attachment harinc been issued end le'nrned, levied upon the property of defendant in the hands ot tbe tiers; and Master of tbis Court, being hi in teres f Jn a certain fund arising from the sale ol lane e case at Campbell vs. ! Knn.Uv. No. X:&. . J. i it is tneretore ordered, mat ne make mi appesrance herein, at the eourthoupe of Shelby county, in mempnis, lenn., on or before tne vrt AioDdaT in Julv. irw. ena vieaa. answer t r u mur to complainant bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for heuring : exrarte; and that a copy of this order be pub lished once a week tor lour successive wef in ' tbe Memphis Appeal. This 'Jilh day of May, lbDtJ. A copy Attest : S. I. McDOw gierk and Master. H. F- Welch, Deputy Clerk and Master. U. W. Miller. Sol " -t. wed It i: A Is ESTATE. 47. R.D. Cbancen Conr nf RK.th ty Mate of Tennessee vs. 8. P. Ram. A. Trmta.. et al. " " BV virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale entered in the above cause on tbe Hd day f March, Iwi, M. B. 47. page 5h. I wiil sell t DUOllC auction, in th hiavht-at hiH.l in fv-nnS of the Clerk and M aider's oSce, courthouse o bbe by county, Mempnia, Tenn., on Natarday, Jssn 20, 149, within legal hours, the followinc described trot rty, sHueiied in bheJby county, lean , to-wit: " 4, country lot, 4., fronting 47 leet on the orth fide of Murntmlt ivin an and rnnoin. Ktuk. between parallel line-, tu leet. Lot A, country lot 4i., fronting 47 feet on the north of Merhtll avenue and running back be- wnn parallel lines, HI feet. Lot 6, country lot 4.-.r. fronting hO feet en tbe iuth side ot Monroe lrtt sand runr ifia havlr Southwardly, between farallcl linen. LSS feet. Lot 7, countrv lot i'., irontine f-0 feet on tha south side of Monroe street and runn i&g back southwardly, betwetn turnilel lines, U fret. Lot i.i, country ii i 4i, trontipg 4o feel oe tse urth side of Monroe street, und runnitit h-Ir orthwardly, between i-armiel lines. 1-4 tcet. Lot 1, countrv lot sv, froutitis 4af feet on the orth side ot Mur roe stnet and runiiicg baca; irinwiaruiy. b?iween l armiei lines, i:a, toet. Lot 11. counrrv lot 4. frontin-r Mt fa.i th. orth side of Monroe S'reet and runt in back. ietweeo purelle! lines, 1M fett. Lot 10, country lot 4n5, fronting H feet on tbe orth side ot Monroe strtetand runnin h&nl. between piirtiltrl lines, 14 feet. All of said lots sold as the property of C. N Grosvenor, John Cnerioo. Jr., Liasie A. lluioei and others. Lots 1 and 2. bloik 41, fronting 4Vf- et esch on the south Side of Linden street and running back, betwoen pHmllt I lire?, 14 leet. Sold as me prop erty of fcalt.e D. Moore, iiuilie Caldwell and otners. Terms of Sale On a credit of fit months. witK good security btwrirur intrent riuircd ; lien re tained, redeiui tion h rred. I his .May lw. to. 1. .MriMv t-.l.L, Clt-rk ui.i Master. By H. F. V alfh. Deputy Clerk and .Master. F. li. and '. V. lleuk11, toe icitnrs. HARRIS REMEDY CO., U'KCmma K. T&tUll BU ST. -LOUIS. MQ, This BELT or Regenera tor is made expressly for i the care ot degeneration lof the generative organs. WVA-Tnie''BrfV J There is no mistake about tA-VV "lpr,'VJ Jrthis instrament the con- fell OPFlCr SlOSAt, PXRVICK, V. S. A., ) Mkmphis, TsNSt., Juno lti, lto, 1 p.m. f The followiiiiz obseryati p.a are taken at all station j named at TS3 rnertdiaa time, which is 1 hour taster than Aletnphis time. O. K. JadHg master. WII.X LKAVt JHFN PHIS EVEBY at 5 o'oiock, for Marianna, the Cot-Off, and Inter mediate landings on tot. Francis river. The cap tun i-flsnrves the riizht to va all landings he tinuous stream olELKC T U IPIT v I through the parts must rent .re tnem to neaituy action. Do not confound this with Electric Belts advert it to cure all ills from head to toe. It is for tne OHK specitio purpose, i-or circulars giv ing full info-matiion. address Cbeever Klectxir RMlt Oo . H Wwhir-- - -'. in Till: GULLEIT MAGNOLIA COTTON GIN, of 'fe, I. K'' "rl-sw .7S ft." j. x- e W s. sr. deems unsafe. JAto. LE Ofrf-c. No. 4 M-id"on stre Changes. j Above stations, low water. Rise. Fall. Feet loth Feet lOths Feet lOtbe Cairo 26 8 1 3 Z!Z Chattanooga 4 3 Cincinnati 15 y Davenport 5 ..., 3 Dubuque...., 7 5 - It. Fort oraitia.-a - . - Helena 2i 9 -.. 4 Keosuk t 3 2 La Cr?pe.. 5 ..- LeaveDw'h.. 1" 8 1 Little Reck- 11 1 3 - Louisville -.7 6 - 1 MfmptltS. 19 a 4 Nashville-... t - - - 1 tNewOrle'ns 4 6 ...... - .. Omaha .... lri 1 ....- Pittsburg 2 7 3 St. Louis.. IT " 36 " "T ""'i'' "ZZ I &t. Paul- 9 Vicksburg-. 30 7 2 LEE LINE 8TEAMEK8. tBelow hiich-water mark. 1S74. WnKKLiNG.Juue 16. Night River 5 feet and falling. Nkw Okibanr, Jane 16. No arrivals. Departed: City of St. Louis and Oakland and barges, tot. iiouis. CiNciNNATi.Jnrel3 Night River 14 feet 7 inches, snd falling. Weather cloudy and cooler. Arrived: Ohio, jUemptus. PiT-reBLTRG. Jane Hi. Noon Ri ver 2 feet 7 inches, and falling. Weathereloudy and warm. ight River I leet o incncs,and tailing. eainor cloudynd threatening. Gaieo, Jane lti Noon Weather cloudy and warm. River 2fi feet 3 inches, and rising. Arrived: Joeih H. W iIIipdi ana tow, ivow t leans. No departures- Night River feet 8 inches, and rising. Weather rainy : thermom eter 74. Arrived: Port Lads and barges, ew Orleans. Departed: Joteph 1- Uliams ana tow, Ohio river. EvANfWLLB. Jnne 16. Noon River 11 feet 7incho. and rising slowly. Weather cloudy and cool. lNoamvals. liepsrtea : uoiaen thrown, NewO.'leans, 10 a.m. The Buckeye State parsed down last night. Night River 11 feet 11 inches, and falling. N arrivals or doparlures of regular Sacket. The W. W. O'Neill and tow parsed own this afternoon. aCempbiK, Prlnre Point and MempH! a -.ui 4Mrw4jila Packet t ompuuy. For Helena. tlenda!o. Frinrs Point and ail Wa; laf-.ua.nff. o Leaner COAHOjIA, t mmt -master 1 Piatt Hhodea eleva I WiU!eva,aUovsoueyer KOWUAl,WltAl. Al A i sau 2 rtlxrA i , r.t r. o ctoca p.iu. CorBaa1o!i!i,Fu:tcii. ?oc .!a co "'' Laudlnu Steamer VilX AliAiis, J. E. Cocper, master J. w. Smlthers. elei Ui.r?, m a'jtjv. ecory -i vyn. i . t x.a-i UA1 aaJ rrUiAl at r j'.ic. Aue n?aw m. hnr rnnrvs .! rm jl to ni- s all UnrliHts the eap- taip siayctiiMn rjnmt, ice, iNo. iMaaison et. J A . . l.r.r.- J . -merr: .-on-jenr.. Menipliix, Arkansas ('it; and Vii tslinrff racke Couipanj t.S.Jlail Line. For Helena, Concordia, T irrene bnii Arkansas City Trio near and elearit passenger steam or KATE AIJAIIS, 11. R. Cbeek master I vy. u. n. .niter oiern. Leayrs Memphu EVERY M0KDAX aniTHUKhDAX, at S p.m. Th. .t..m.r WIT, I. 8. HAYS will re-enter the Vicksburg trade, commencing Saturday. October 3.1. . n .1 Im.vm aver. Sa'nrdaT thereafter For ameral infjrmatioa anply ati.rnce. No. 26 Front street. E. WALWOKlii, Agent. IQKN f!ATK. Pss'rnircr rit. Wen-phis &. White River Pkt. Co, V. 8. M A. II. 113SE STR. CniCKASAV,j-Sir naster I C. M. rosUilolerg FOB IMTallsi BInir, Ire. trfl, A a. mm. Ui-disuiit ed In the BMG&3 CLAIM of being the VERY BEST OPERATOG, QUICKEST SELIIKG, HMDSOKEST IUD HOST FERFECT COOKING RANGE . EVER PLACED OTf SALE. Feeder and Condensor, Tbe remnaitltkBdard Cotton Gin How laa fa t it red . run salk by H.WetterdCo. Agts. Memphis, Tert At tha World's Cotton Centennial Exposition In Mew Orlrans.it has just taken the "HiKhcst Father 1 Getting Well. " Mw danehtera sarr . i it u ....... r . i. i- -i 1 it,.-. .J I " V .Vj i:l' M..I.I ft,, li.m.rfr.n. I "OW..UIUCU uetier i.'ucr ..... . u w.w nv best samp'e and ene-al nttlity." I ' He is lor mscoiuee are siiuii".uu uuicutvf vw.u .uj Sef(l toorouglliy. ana proaaj a ,'arae iem. Ths v rever break the roll in ginning, nor choke nmlnr tS. Mv.rAst t.t. 1'hev are also liaht-draft. gin fitst, arid for superior. ample hive never been euuaiea. ror iiriro. ...n.ui..., ...... ..u..?. OULLEITGIN Ctl., AMITK, LA. Or Orglll Krothrrs & o., Mfmplii. IVun, K. C. Portal-. rijtrmdflH Kasla,JacKsoBpori raearry. IJtAVES MEMPHIS EVEKY WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. Through rate, to all points, straight consigned to " Memphis and Wait. River Packet Co." will be forwarded promptly. H. C ' & " on tr.Ttt.r.ftt. 75 cer hall barrel. Garlic. $1 per 100, Appr.is iireen apDIes. kliaii ott. Dried aDDles. 8(3rl"2 per pound from srtora. Dried peaches. fc(wc t-om Btore. Dickies, medium barre', $7r. 7 60; halt barrel, SM3t4 b0; rintiari;$l 2' er dozen; nnan inrfl f 1 75trL2 Per dozen x OULTBY DprinKCUicneiia.i "us tj;uiia hens, $2 602 75; young tnd i.xed, f 1 50 (ii'2 50. frKEHH mkats eoi iiooj is.tnsas t-ny oteera, heavy, 7j8c; light, 7c ; cows and heifers, 6Jc; mutton, 7ie; mutton saur dies. 9c: lambs. 10c: pork. Kc. Fruit U ranee. $i(S4 50 per box. Lem ons. 3(ai3 50 per box. Bananas, fl2 60 per bunch. Cocoanuts,$5 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, C7c; Tennessee, farmcra' stock, 2Je ; recleanud, 3$tor4ic ; roasted, 2'c hieber: shelled, ioc. Aimonas, isiiujuc, ChestnutH green, 12Jc; dry, 15c Texas pecans, l()(715c; Arkannafl, -Kc. English 'walnuts. 12c : ISaples. Ioc. iilberta, 14c. rirasi auta, ac tiaiains ixinaon layers, """;- , r1 viw w.lbor Tirw Cider Missouri. $7 60 per barrel aud $4 60 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels. J6 50(7; Kentucky liail-Darreia, L vin- tv; u-7.-r ' -: -,v y - : - ; :"yfT;v v,-i!jasmw-r:-- cUftAfa'a Fienrloa Parties sail from New York in April, May, June and July br First-class "iM.Htl TetiriHt Tlcbctsi for Indtvidos.! Travelers at replaced rittea, by the bes( routes lor pleasure travel l Aok'a k-xcurrwlooUt. with maps, contains fall particulars : by mail for ten cents. W. w O-WISW.JH ritiwrinae, rw . a . etrar. 12l(S16c per eallon. Fish Mackerel. 10-lb kit Ko. 1, 80c; So. 2,70c; 15-lb, Ho. 3, 60c oob 11012c. VUTTOS.N1. ED. Cotios-Skkd Oils In car-load lots. nrime crude O. S.oiL 2DW30c : offcrude.25a 28c: prime summer yellow, 3(i3Sc; off timmer yellow, 35atc; MinerV, 3fc ; choice cooking summer yellow, 38(a) 38c Ieai than car-load lots: Cchoice cooking Simon (Sf Morse, J. Ii. Wear, Boogher & Co.. A Frank & done, St. liuisj Auer- ha.-ti Finn h & Van titick. Lindkes. War ner & Scliurmier, Kt. Paul ; Isaac Lesern & Co., Qi ncv, 111.; Koot & Mcisrwe iiros., is. M. jyictjiliani a i-o., uiereinriui m. I.Rthford. Leyv. Loeb. bcheurtS (Jo., IN el- son, McStea, Yale & Bowling, New Or leans; Murphy, Hibber & Co., Indianapo lis; Brittain, Richardson & Co., Tootle, Hosea A Co , bt. Joseph, Mo.; Tootle, Hanna & Co., Kansas City, Mo. rora.iiesty J. W. -FOKU K1J t'., tsT s r (. vf ... . ta. I r-n. r. M. STANLEY, FUNERAL DIRECTOR, 20 1 Main Street. Hemps, 1st, Tenn. A FULL stock of Wooden and Metallic Case and Caskets, Barial Kobes. etc. always on hand. Orders by Telegraph or Telephone prompt- ty attenaea to. $250 tree. A MOSTH Agent, wanted. 0 bes selling article? in trie worm, j sampi Addr.esAY Detroit, Mich. KOTICE OF KLECITIOX FOB DIRECTORS. Memphis, Tsnh., May 19, 1SS5. T11E stoo holder of tbe Mmhips City Rail road Company are hereby notified that an election for rive directors wiil be held at tbe company's onice. corner of Mam and Linden streets, on Thors.lsy, June 2. 1KV, at 3 o'clock p.m. K. DUDLEY i'KAYSKil, President. Jamu Fmobt, toratal. Dropsy Treated Free DR, H. H. GREEN, o, 55 Jones Avenae, Atlanta, Gat A SPECIALIST FOR ELEVEN TEARS sr AMTV . j Has treated Dropsy and its eomplioations with th mnst wonderful success : uses re -rotable rem edies, entirety barmless. Remorea all symptoms Cures patients pronounced hopeless by the belt of physicians. . 17 .1,. . rlstu tVaa xmntnmi lislrllv tilt. appear and in ten days at least two-thirds of all symptoms are remoTea. Kntne muT itt humbu-t without knowinany- t iinr ahfint it. Reinembar.it does not cot you anything to realiae tbe merits of my treatment for yoursell. In ten days the difficulty of breath ing relieved, tbe pulse made regular, the urin ary organs made to discharge their full duty, .loon iB ..itirarl. th swnllinar all or nearly cone. the strength increased, and appetite made good- I am constantly curing cases ot long stand- in. MOaaan that Vita PA kMTI tanised a D U LD bT OI times, and tbe patient declared unable to lire a week, bend tor 10 days treatment; directions and terms free. Give full history ol case. Nam sex, how long afflicted, how badly swollen and where, is bowels costive, have legs burs ted and dripped water. Send for free pamphlet con taining testimonials, questions, etc. Ten days t eat men t furnished, free by mail. Epilepsy fiU P'i" M-SrEEN.M.D..' 56 Jones Avenue, Atlanta, Qa. State this paper $250 A MONTH. IM wsjir-d. oon-sel-i:iiT ..rticlcit in t.'i- world. 1 wxoitile Tle3s aam.J,.V BR-INts" OotrO?' V"'.- 1 Want AGENTS to SEU ' TUB .' -Ar,.I3SDIJRI ) STEAM I 1 .s- r,f rnT-p'turanfl nTm)i7s0s-- .Tf L.i r'itt-t-ii. A .-' tfiai at I) 1 1 is!! ..1 ta-ri,)a. It ! B grout i..'JOr, ...vs-r. A t I nl.un.1 far k. V ,- VH-liiriii I ) win 1. nii.i f..,vn n.i a d( itet.t DIUU0T, III' rill-i( r :' u..i. . t at I ..r-n...,, i, .a. I s.naa. Cttat vitryw.n-it. I ..r ' t , tir-uinr and i.'nua Ot atwnLT,til lr--, J. WORT H , St. LouiS.Mo, a a : i . v ii. In W n-i..r CHANCERY SALE DR. HAiNtS' GC'LCLi, SPECIFIC A POSITIVE CURE FOR DRUrMErJESS OR TKE LlftUOR HABIT. r rtr lio civn In a pi'li f c.fTo.. nr t"a wltbnnt tl tiura.l- ii oil. -li. r-.itii Ijilrnur i 1 . "v u1m1ui-1 V l! I - u it t..rrrtt ill illLnr or ,s.",bi'i in f rv i'ifchi', u p.Tfrt cure Ir ys..r..r l.sil " '... vioi r,f liiu r.'!.Mi;it-,i wiii, iln r-..-. ii,.-, it t..-. -nni.-s t.n uuec lmp-.i.-wiitiiii fn Uiv luiiuir appetite t n.xii. CiMjalua tvpcrllh Prap'ns t'laclanatt, FOR S ALE "RV A . fJ si fi X E RT &, C G. Drueefsts. Vur. Mnn and Ad.-im. St-.. r.n ( sr. .llaln and .'Inrkt't sia., 11 ; 11 I'll is. Call or T.-riie f,.r r-lrrnlPT an,l full o-wi iculara aw-ra-. I V. B. THAYER. JEWELER and OPTICIAN 1 Finest lianionilb,WaU'liPS, Jew elry and Spectacle. All poods guaranteed as Represented. 2G5 Main St, 0pp. Court Square, J. F. HOLST & BItO (Snooessors to 9. H. Hoist k Bro.l Funeral Directors, 820 MAIN STREET, SfJH3tlIII8. AFTTLL asd eomplete stoek of Wood and Me tallie Cases and Caskets, Cloth-Tarwd Caa. keta and Barial Bobee always rn hand. Orders by telesrranll promptly filled. TArB-wonivi. rn A PR. WORMS removed, with heaa. in 2 hours. X warranted, by an ex perieneed specialist. For particulars aaoraas t'. -.u Atumpiui. aettina well after his Ion. lutTerins from a aiseose eclarea incurable. " And we are so tied that he ased your Bitters, A Lady ol Utioa, N. V. I Write Tbls as h Token of the meat appreciation I bave I ol your nop Bitters. I was afflicted With inflammatory rheumatism 1 !! yor nearly Seven years, and no medicine seemed tq do me any Goodll! Until I tried two bottle, of your Hop Bittets, and to my surprise I am as well to day as I ever was. 1 hope " Yon may nave abniiuant anccees "In thin. irrtat snd Valuable medicine. t Anyone nishingto know more about my care Can learn by addressing me, t.. oi, Wiliiams, 1103 16th aUeet, Waah , D. C. I Consider Tour Remedy the best remedy in existence For Indigestion, Kidney . Complaint "And nervous debility. I have just Returned " From the South in a fruitless search for health, and nod that your Bitters are doing me more uood in an anytuingeise. A month ago f was extremely "Emaciated!" And scarcely able to walk. Now 1 am Gaininir strenath and " Flesh A ,1 h.nltv a,lAv nAKHi but what 1 am compli mented on my improd appearance, and it is all due to Hop Hitters I j. n toKiine Jonnson. HamiatTtoa, Del. Proaeents) the Swindler 1 Tf vIimi .an eall for lino Bitter, (see orrrc clut ter of Hv on the vhite lahrl) the druesist hands out any sta'T called C. D. Warner's German llip Kill.r. nr with nth.r ''lint," name, refuse it and shan that druagist aa you would a viper: and if he has taken your money for the stuff, tnd'ct btm lor lraua ana su. Dim tor aamafr.s lor tne swindle, and a. will rewaard you liberally forth. conviction CEtANCEIty SAL.E OF- U EAL ESTATE, No, 9 R.D. Cheneery Coort of Shelby County staie oi jenne.ee vs u. r . Miepnera et el. By virtue of an interlocutory decree fur sale. entered in the above cuae 011 the J'th day of April. J&V., M. U. 47, i-mre 4M. I aill sell, at public auction to the higbeit bid tier, in front tbe Clerk and Msster's rffice, Courthouae 0 bhelbjr County, Memphis, To in., on Knturlny, Jnn 30, ithin letzal hours, the tollowmc descri'. nma. erty, situnted i t?helt y county, Xenra. to-wit; laots o, ana , dimcr in. bnenerd a Moor snbdivinion, fronting each 0 ff,et on west side of Orleans street, and running hnck. between paral lel lines nu n-ci. Lots 4H and 0(1. bloct lfl. Shei-herd Mnnr. subdivision, fronting sw'i feet ewch on the north side of lircudwuy street, aud running back ba- tween pars'lwt lines 12 tVt. Lot i' biock IS, sme nubdi vii ion, fronting 38Hfietnn nrth side of BritslwHy street, and running baca betweeu prnllel lines 110 leet. Lot 10, block l. northwest corner oi Orleang and Broadway ttrocts, 41xlr7 feet. Lots '4i and 21, bloctt In, eatt side of Moorw avonae, f routing -.(i feet each, and running back between parmiei lines mi in i. Lot 2.1. blut'k IS, f run tins feet on east side of Moore vetuc, and running hark between parallel ines yu1 . feet. Lots 40, 41 and 42, hWk IS, Shepherd k Moere subdi ifinn, fronting 4U feet esch on the eact side of Simmons avenue, and rnDning btvrk between parnliel linos 1 tM'-'or. tSold as property of C. F. and J. II. .Shepherd. East half of lo4, hiork iit north Mle of Geor gia street, 'M feet frnt byJiM l-tdeep. told as proieriy i c-idiuoi uuu-iua. Lot 34, blot k tYi-ntiiiK 4 feet nn th enrt slda of Second street, and runnitiK k between Krai lei linef 1 fert to nn alley, the said lines ing parage) with Carolina ttret. Lot y, block y, ea t side ot Second ctreet Fourteenth Civil District, frt. Sold as property of X. 0 aad Caroline Bridgoforth and others. Lot 2?, block 3., north side of Carolina street. wer.t and adjoining bayou. Lots 24, X and Jt. blook .W. fronting W feet each on the north side of Carolina Mreet, and running back botween parallel line it At feet. Lot U, block 4", south fide of Carolina street. wet and adjoining the b.tyou, lOtxl.i feet. Lots 14, Id snd t, block 4". fronting esch 90 feot on the north aide of Broadway, and running back between parnMcl line" 21 il feet, bold as property of liavid Tointert Leavett Winter and others . Lot, Mock 20, south side bf Georgia street, rOslnttfeet. East hn.f f.f lot 9, blok 2, fro&ting 2T feet on the sou1!, sido of taorKa ftreet, aud running ba:V between parallel lines ht f.:t. hold as Er 015 rty ex John ijKe, c. v . .iietcait and wile. ,. W Mitchell ana wife, and others. A lot in block ft -, nurtheaiit corner of Orleans and Broadway street), running north with tb east iine of Orleims street fl feet; thence east InO feet; thence sou' h to the north line ot Broadway ; thence with s id n rth lme to u e beginning. Sold as the property of lreiton Roberts. Lot lt7. block ift., north side of Carolina street fronting :Mi feet, and running back between paral lel lines l) feet, bold as property of Al. L. and J. li. Taffe. Lot2t,block2fl,VriBainr at a stake on the south side of Calhoun street feet went from tho intersection of the went Mile of lioruando street wiih the Fouth side of C.ilhoun sireot; jhene wait with the south si:e ot 'alhoun street T5 feet; thence at nyht antcies witn -uinoun street ! feet to au alley ; theuce entt with said alley 75 feet to l"t la; thence north at rinht angles with alleT 17 leet to the be-iinninir. Sold as the prop erty of the unknown heirs of Christian Xeuft I. lerms ot Salo-tn a credit ot m niontns. Not with good security, bearing interest. re nuired; hen reuined; redetuption barred. This May lit. IhVi. o, i. a-iitii'-.r n j-.-.u, v-iora. kuu ra-stt-wVar By H. F. Valrh. Ii ury t Irrk and MasVer. F. H. A C. W. Heiskell, Solicitors. IB tKCMlKal t XtOYAI HAVANA LOTTEBl i OOTFRNH TTTT CfSTlTt'TlOW.) DRAWN AT HAVANA. CUBA, Erery 10 to 11 Days, tickets tm rinissi. Wbolea, tat ryaetlanB, nr rata. Bee that tt,o nam. Uopld A Co. is on the ticket. Suljeeltono manipulation, not eontrolled by th. parties in interest, it is the fairest thing in the nature of ehanc in .xisteno. For information and particulars apply to BUI P- blSx V.U.. tsenerai Air.u, a... D,BU"V X. City, or iSo. West Coort St., Mem vuij, lenn. G0I.0 KEDAL, T1RI3, 1878. BAKERS I Warranted ahtaluMfg imr Corort. from whit b the exeeas ol ttl has boen Teruored. It haaMrv timst th ttrtmjth of Coct-a mixed with tftart'h, ArrowTWt or Sucar, and then-fore far nioro economi ea), cotting Ut than out etnt a ciip, ll 1a delicious, miirUliIng, strengthening, oaeiiy dikrsted, and admirably alapud for lnvUJ aa Jwcll aa for prnoni In health. sslcr. Mass. -A, V. BAKER & CO.. EorcU: lrediSor' -Ntice. No. V.13 R. T-In the Chancery Court of Shelby . Co'inty. Tenn. John Loagtie, sdtn'r, etc., of Joseph Bain, deceased, ri. Caroline Blani et al. It appearing lrom an order of Court, entered in this eause, that it is a proce-iing instituted for the purpose nf winding up and settling tbe etta of Joneph Haiee under tbe iusolvent laws of tha State of Tenneee, and directing publication to be made for creditor ef stiid estate to file and es tablish their cUi-us witain the time allowed by law; It i" there sore ordered. That all parties having X3 el-aims airatnit the estate of Joneph Bain, de ee.ascd. loal-e their appi.ranco herein at tbe on urt house of Ste'by coui.ty. in Mmihi,Tenn.. on or before the first Monciy in Soptember, lSr, and have themselves waii- iinrtieti hereto, and file and establish tboir e mi ran awainst said estate, or the same will be forever barred ; and that a copy of this tfrder be puMiiliel once . week for four sutcesfive weeks ii the Mem-bij Ay peal. Xhia Uath day of May, 1SS5. A copy Attest : 8. I. McDOWELL. Clerk and Mas ter. By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk and Master. Ju. CUilakhaii tied, loi coiut laiaant, $x li "A" ir i .;; ,,.,,.W.iai'ut 6-ltur. "pure ""' '