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UUM D TDUE-TABMS.
MKMl'H IS NO LOl'iSVlLLK.
M ill traiu.d Uly.m jo :10 a.m.. Kmuni.vlle
(Sundays excepted), at l.
t he wloi Mam street,
ket-omr Mt So, jjjj Jisaa rtn0t comer of
MEMl'HIS AS' CHARLESTON.
m a ' dally, at on) a.m.; Kxpre, di
k. t turuurg Ht g ;W p.m. ; mwimti He
A .M odf V'S' ' y ? Satimmysahd
m . iKjr.). P-rr . ; Koniervllle, Katurdkys,
t -W . '' ineuon KCCouimodaUon.
.exe. 'Pi Bund iys)i M 5:W ajn.
A -HIVES :
.KnrJv tll:10.m ; Express, dally
i . ,.i Bator a a( 12a i .m.; Koinervllle
,. . .nn "XlU . nuy (cxrfpt Saturdays and
'''). -1 r K.ta.; Somervilie, Saturdays,
am.; n.nnj Junction HccomiuodHUonr
i) eiorl' tiBXlK)h , at s i )).m.
I et-oiti .:, Nr.J7i Main street.
Ml JBHirfl ANi TEN N ESSKE
x"w J" 3eMMi Mall (everyday), t 8:06 p.ra.
- 1 . Mly iuiMiiiys excepted, at 8:15 a.m.
i .iut j,cooniixlliou, dully (Sunday
xpw J) st 5 p.m.
OrMtBH Mail (everyday), at p.i a.
F.xpt , daily (Sundays -xcepUsl),.iH:10 p. n.
r" : it j.ud Hoeorfunodullon, dally (Sundi ,ya
z i 4l).nt63)ajn.
,ot at tool or Mam street
I I ee, so. 247 Main street corner of
MC Jl'JlIM AND LITTLE KOCK.
'ail ( ry!ay), at ; sua. Freight and
Mail ( -vry dayi LIUle Rock depot ft 3:10
I-. ji , i. . 1- ... uu w. o. ueju, HI .3U p.m.
'pictit and 'inmodHiiou, Mondays,
MedneeilayN ami Fridays at 5 a.m.
.--pir. i-croa mall trains.
K-jKit Cenur Landing, loot of Washington
T 1 f-o Hew. No. 2X7 (comer Madison) and
5No 7-k i - trt '
fe arc Proportionately higher.
r-'0' in mkt; choice rus
"raonering at S6 in store.
I " 1 . kujwk: last lauilfne 8alv.
iTEK-Conmiou 1UaliUe no
J-U MKMPWTR T A TT v a -n-nnn a t TnT-r - I I" "
uiichauKiMl. Pork Hrmer at .5 cnh
Hulk tneits are active aud higher at bi
jteady at WJtolSKsiSJl-ic. Whisky,
' Srass choice
ue of the ,Li7
: to the" eaTa a
M1ti: n ' u,e western
arrive " at w hi 1 ' 0lftrIuB "to
tberew ere ,oWer j J10 at, but
New Oi leans qu jtf.Ts ,1 -rtndetJ 5;
15chit-her. IUM la store 10
Hues. In b etfpr .
FLOOK.-Q-je " 4? t M15c.
7 75. u J depressed at $0 75
Banf JUi2c: fi.nl rnefinfl white su
white, It?ife3 , .sof "flneil, yellow and
9i10c; -.lc' ,clari"ed yellow, new,
wPr 5e?,e! Ie choice
NKW n itt.tr-a m - 4,
dull, With . Mlof ag, rbarrellowcr-
? ova-. , , eira 'i treoIe extra,
7? cho'Ce family. S7 2-5(5)7 50
Lorn dull ami Intrnr tcr . . i..ti
f"-J0Weri,'. -Bran quiet and
uornnieai, 4 60.
Inuaiff er Uon ln barre,s. -ITc,
.uo.u?.lBll.ci 1 hoap Gerrr
5iC. Coflee Rio. nor 101111.1'
FINANCE ANI) TKADE.
V; tins, 1-
2-ouu' ce bottles, Sio
nun . ci rji c .
bw : CiS,S-. ! kem, in
?3c. In str '"'i"'u5 ja8t 8al &c
eiinmr at $1 02jl 07J.
choice. S2S f.
1'ork, S21 '"niYn. " 1 ..V -'
Jiacou, 9J13I3c. Hams
co sugar-cured, 12J13u. Dry salt
meatfl, 90Jl212Jc. Lard-reflned,
tierce. 5jo; feeg, 16c. Whisky-recti-lied
$1 lti 20. Hugar-common, 7j
low lair to fully fair, 8SJc;' prime,
9c; strictly prime, 9Jc. Molasses com
mon, 4045c; fair, 6055c; prime to
NEW YORK, May 27 .Flour dull;
s.uperline western and Htate. $4 70ffi5:
-Louis, $5 40S 25. Rye flour quiet
cicauy. ,orumeai neavy, 53 jOM
Wneat fmiet; No. 2 Chicago,
vru oetterr mixeu western
'hC. Oata quiet but firm; mixe
western, 7273c. Coflee quiet; Rio,
16(3)18c. Sugar steady; fair to good
retining, 881c; prime, SJc; reflned
Iull at 10llc; Muscovado, S8Jc.
MolaBPea dull. Petroleum firmer and
excited; refined, 12c; crude, 6c. Pork
firmer; new mesa, $20 5020 65. Beef
quiet. Cut ineaU dull; middles dub;
long clear western, 113lljc; short
clear western, 12c. Lard lower; prime
steam, 14c. Cheese heavy; 7121c.
Whisky dull at SI 19.
Monetary matters were very dull
yesterday. There was uo animation in
any one branch of trade, the banks
were eoueequently- only doing a quiet
li'iMneeti. The fsct is the very insignifi-
aut fpHng trade has been a disappoint-
iiii'ut everywhere, and a depressed feel
ug in the consequence, and the uatur ai
result of that feeling ia drooping pri' .gg
"dry goods the amendment in rat e
tiat wb made at the opening of 8.ir
.i-:r.t . T .. : 1 1. o
sli iw no improvement in thr
C7 f-Bacon-BhouIdcrs, 9Ec;
Joose, jrAioW1 Clear si(Ies 13c!
wlTp!11' 12112Jc; eugar-cured,
'vase'., 1313ic; canvased, 13j
Captain Billy Ulcnker, clerk of the
City of Cheater, yeeterday. We have
always heard him favorably sjwkeu of,
and we were not disappointed in the
acquaintance The Bee aud barges
was due down yesterday The Ash
land had not arrived up to dark last
nifcht. Khe will probably bo in port to
1 : 1 ., rri . ..
JCftVC ivi uiuuiuuuu tu-iiii 1.11V
Osceola got away with a good trip for
St. Francis river yesterday evening
A dispatjh received from the
Thompson Dean at Paducah yes
terday, stated that she will be in
this evening to leave for New
Orleans Captain M'Fadden, of the
city fire department, is going to try the
experiment oi wasuing me mini irom
the levee with one of the steam fire ma
chines to-day. The same experiment
was tried on the blufls, but they
wouldn't wash. It is thought that the
deposit being almost entirely composed
of sand, with uo clay, will disappear rap
idly before the torrents thrown upon it
by the fire engine. After the levees have
been washed, will thb' authorities oblige
the marine fraternity bi' filling up that
interestinghole? Durh", of the Xcdtfer,
tried to cet un a meetinc of the city
council yesterday afternoon, but it (the
attempt) was too thin Tholevee.now
that the water is decliuinu, has taken
another spell ofcaviDg in, and la rapid
ly disappearing in the vicinity oi the
foot of Jefferson aud Adams streets...
The steamer Quickstep telegraphs froo.'
.uevaira jsiun to uaptain Washington
that she will be in this forenoon ready
to receive freight for a return trip Satur
day, the twenty-ninth, at her regular
hour. Send freight to wharlboat
Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday : "At
Pittsburg yesterday W. H. Troy, second
mate on the towboat John Dippold, had
a quarrel with Captain John Dippold,
aud, it is reported, broke his lower jaw.
Troy was arrested for aggravated assault
and battery, but the case afterward was
On Saturday, June ID, 1875,
U 7f u "w reconu Chancers rnnrt rr
K. Coulter ot al ecteu, vs. '
DAILY ANB WEEin.Y 3)
-MMJI t "'Si lilddor. at Hie Mmni.ii
Weekly (post ago free)
Weekly (for Clubs or Klve ormore
7S, akfast Bacon Uncanvased, 131
2y I canvased. 14a. Mess pork $22 75
-Tierce. 15(315Jc: kec ami nnil
' r.,. . " ' a 1
V AU1 ICllUtrtl.
NEW YORK, May 27. The trade
movement continues slow with commis- settled Evansville Journal, Monday
Vouon goous quiet nut fairly steady at
Dally (six papers) m u
Saturday, June 10, 1875,
ivllhln lecal imnn th m, .
in district No 7 oi,.i
S inbfia, 10 "nkN to a Make and
nlnKt ' iu Lujins,, to tno uegin-
Also.one other tract, adlolnlns tlie abovo
2uTlnb VotrVf wei ji roles. to aBtake
CONTAIN H A
us a mle, aud the position r ( Qa'
uiv rne line is iikul'u uy i'
iln-itioii of disaster.
iin.niiiig told of "Hop
tied, wheat dull,
als dull aud
oaly a ami-ji
Hi Liquid. C
The markt-t was dull and prices droop,
ing at these quotations with an eighth
PouLTRY-OId chickens quiet at S3 50
4 for mixed; hens, $4 50; spring chick
ens in demand; none oflering.
Potato ks-OM dull at $2 652 S5.
rsew jKJlatoea were scarce, with a good
demand, good fresh selling at S5f3l5 50.
Vegetables New potatoes. S5rt?
current rates. Prints dull in first hands,
but are jobbinir larcelv at low fieures.
Arnold's prints are reduced by agents to
8u. Shirting prints are in fair request.
Worsted coatings are more active. Rib
bons are in good demand at improved
,p j .u
cgmuia ii uie
.r entirely unset.
,m dull md lower,
lower, jocou dull,
order trade," in
iic go reported "Hour dull.
i corn lower aud unsettled,
omU lower an d weaki ,.ork paucky am,
lower, lard iower au, unsettled, bulk
meats low er... In Cincinnati the articles
" iif VrovWou market aro all either
null, f.wer, or unsettled and irregular.
I'hW in rather a heavy list from one
n v ning's lelegrams. The New York
' raid, a paper that had, a month ago,
v.ry i-anguiue ideas of a prosperous
Vring trade, ioke on Hujiday as fol
Iiiwh; "It must lj confessed that the end
l tin' week affords few symptoms of an
-ucouraging character. Tlio prevalent
fe. hug is ltrifch. There is no good
"' to communicate. The craj-shnn.
per plague aud the mysterious silence of
railway ollicials coii-eruing tlieir earn
r purjKes, the doubt that sur
r'umds the great railroad contest these
tilings are exerting a depressing efl'ect,
an. I it in not necessary to go further in
6 -a-vli of an explauation why stocks
havp ho suddenly drooped and spec-
uiHUMii uceomo liiterexting only to
ui iHt who are watcliiiig their prof
. t .... .i... ,i i , . . . . .
I- i iuc miuii sine oi me ma
K't. It would be nleasant i
riH-nnl belter incidents, to recognize ar.
m.-rcase in trade, to take counsel 'ro'n
lllr. .......1.1.. l..l. ...... . . . ""Jl
"o ocntvij iHm BLaiuuieui, uuu Ij vJja,
iiuiii mo larger :iuu more crater
i"'"'"8 " muuey iiissiuiO ao rivitv
:.D ...i . i r". .i..":r..v ,l'jniuni
- ic .if iuitc iv ;ui uciraiiuJUlll j ()f co.,
:npr-e; but it is almost idle 0 iuveati
in una iiuutjuiT. j no rvMjiiin.
t. ,.:n :.i :.
"","u CL,"i rafimi " aitifig, and
i"Aiui;uo ciipiKifH r.ie n ii it.
Hat a good time is uudo-jbtedIv comimr
and tlie imtieut men "vi.r "m?"""?J
5 Oi). Onions. S4ftvi .r,n. (!nilraa,,n.
oflering. Squashes and cucumbers, 00c
a dozen. String beans, in three-peck
boxes, SI 50 per box.
NEW OliLEANH, May 27.-Gold,
lib; sight, j premium; sterling, 5S5i.
LONDON. Mnv "7.
"oney9'yU; on account. 9lj; 5-203 of
ju'j, JWJ, O-.AH Of IMi7. llll. i una
1011; new 5s, 02i;New York Central
93; line, 1515$; Erie preferred, 26.;
NEW YORK. M
St Aai ier iflit. Primo &ivlir .ldt.a
double oaiued nn'rcintilii imnor -Jliii
and fourmonths. 4CvU: nextera.lP..v;7f;,
prime single named, sixty days to four
montjis, 4 J5; next grade, 5j(aGJ. Ster-
CINCINNATI, May 27,
LOUISVILLE, May 27.-Cotton
ST. LOUIS. Mav 27. Cotton dull.
NEW ORLEANS, May 27. Cotton
demand moderate; sales, 1100 bales;
prices easier; good ordinary to strict
good ordinary, 13Jllic; low middling
to strict low middling, J4g15Jc; mid
dling to strict middling, 15J15c; good
middling to middling fair, lS16Jc;"
receipts, 193 bales; exports to continent,
1259 bales; stock, 76,785 bales.
Meteorological al Aqnatlc
Cloudy, sultry aud showery, with a
well-developed gift of continuance.
With tlie exception of a tweuty-iuch rise
at Pittsburg yesterday, tlie rivers every
where are fallinir. all boastinir nlentv
of water for the largest craft. The fol-
MUll at 4S01(al4iGJ for SiXtV llaVH. IllWillir iH nimmll nFrannrlu im In
iLr.i. ....... . . : . I o , . .... tvj CIA
t ustonis it- o'clock last uieht.
iC'f- ,ua' :vfrri"B-'Vn to-morrow.'
iiiiiiiso jit iijo Limy, stood at llin
" . a Sood deal heaviness
vj..,,.u tUarKet yesterday, the tele
...TCI, 7i..V' OI 1,19 ""ragging" order
i. V:' 4t ' or eas,er wera lhe fiort of
"" uosenned the tone of the
market ev.-ryuere; sales, as tele
graphed were usually small and figures
T 1 s 1 a noiuera in our
r1" were so nrui on ttio quotations
mat niryertI) wh0 wero active iu their in
quiries complained In several instances
U)ey -couiu not get in" on any
spec ulative basis. Our stock is now le-s
tns u IS.WKi bales, and it is generally
... kj3 i.iouii3 iiu areaoietoseu, only
" nen tney tnmfi the right time has
Ye to uo so, and tbere is an opinion
tbat the returns of the various rmtim,
exchanges will show a Iower amount of
m-re;ige pianieu in cotton thau is gen
vrany expecteo: tins unmiiiilx tnr f.
lirmue!. Among thesales was ordinary
t l2Jc, midiUiug at 14Jc, middling fair
at ioo. uiosiug telegrams were
a follow?: New Yorli quiet and steady
at !; sales, 1:5J biles. New Orleans
dull at lojc; sales, 760 bales; receipts, 193
tir'es. LiveriKMil. dull and easier at 7d
Orieaus, Sl-loi- sales. S000 n'r
w-nii-n 4 hhi were American. Savannah.
1'. ... t..i.;t. n Mi,.. .
; ". .' . """"ci J jo-iou; unarlestou.
ii-K..;; ualvestou. 4?c. Wii,in?-
," onoiK, ibr.. Augusta, 15c;
Baltimore. los; Boy.l0n, 163. Gold in
Sty .rk at three o'clock, 110. The
1IIK are IU'', ..nii-iMl ullntnlimia nf
III ' illary 1
i...l 'nit nary ..'11'"'
M .11 lliK....
ill!! " '"'lM'illSV.
Ihe ruarkot was quiet, nominally un
iMauge.i; sales 000 imlos, of which spiu
nera tiKik 400, exjiorters 100, speculators
The following were the changes iu
New York fuluros:
M'i r 11s.
Ma 1515 Ia-I
J" !ir,.i;i 13-iG
Asust w f.ltel;
v p:-niber.. I6?1515-IS
' ' l r iSJ-WliU
.M IlllKT ...ilS1-4ls5-l
I', m nilwr..... I5I8 618
Jaau.uy .. l'li7-16
JFV'.ruary ldl5 11-16
yrb !la lil'iJB
IS l-j-SL'ejUi 17-!
155 lWtlS 11 31
15 11 'EiII&K
1-' verpool '-to arrive" in June and July
New OrlnAiH delivery, 1 m.c., 7 13 lGd;
, oavauuan or unantsion delivery,
c, 7 13-10.1; shipments, new crop,
ltw-eipts at the United States seajiorts
f mt lHht Friday, 13,170; same time Inst
wee k, 11,312; same time last year, 18,095
l .ul receipts at all Uuiteil States
p ri-, .,:i7S.557; same time lat year, 3,
!' decre&i-e of receipts this year,
st..v-k at the ports 316.40S; same time
K, Hk, 379,436; same lime last year,
-4 . bales.
aui 4S9i(tS'jj for sight
i.eipis. Wi7,000 (Jold opened aud closed
at 1 10. with salps ilnri flf iia .lot. .f
V. . cs -"
libs, istirrnwinrr rnlpa vunm 1 .ifi.m.
loans were also made flat. The assistant-treasurer
disbursed Sfid.000. Clear
'Ugs, $41,000,000. Specie shipped to
day, 5195,000, mostly for Havaua. Gov-
er.-nment bonds strong; coupons of 1881.
'.211; 1862, 110$; 1S'4, IIS; 1865, 1203
ttct itki:. to,- : ?l
5, new, 122j; 1807, 1211; 1868, 1231
sw flv&s, 116f; 10-40s, 118; currency
, 12ij. SUtte bonds were iiuiet:
lseoun bs, 1021: old Tnn
5)i; new Tennessee. 50: new Virginia
34; old Virginia, 34; old North Caro
lina, o3; new North Carolina, 3.!.
Railroad bonds were firm, except Erie
third, which declined from 95 to 91
lliere was great excitement and activity
on the stock exchange to-day, with a
marked depression during the greater
part of the day, and a decline of 1 to 10
per eent. At the close there wa a stead
ier feeling and a recovery of 1 to G per
crmt. in prices. Tiie greatest decline
was in Panama, which broke from 13S
to 122, closing at 128. Lake Shore was
very weak and declined from 64j to 60
under a heavy pressure of sales; in the
late dealings there wfl3 a rally to 62J.
Pacific Mall was also very weak and de
clined steadily from 36J to 32, with a
recovery of about 1 per cent, on the last
sales. Western Union was heavy and
broke from 76 to 73, with large blocks
of 6tock pressed on the market; the de
cline was accelerated by rumors that the
stock in the treasury might come on the
market. New York Central fell off 2
per cent, selling as low as 102J aud clos
ing at the lowest point. Rock Island fell
on irom 103J to 102, closing at a frac
tional recovery. Union Pacific ranged
between 74 aud 75 and closed at the lat
ter figure; the earnings of the comnauv
continue large, the increase for the first
twenty-five days of the month hfiiiif
S312.622. Northwestern fell off from 39
to 3S4, closing at 3S$. Erie was irregular
but in the main firmer, the two extremes
having been 17 and 185: theannointmont
of Mr. Jewett as receiver of the Erie was
well received at London. Ohios declined
from 23J to 224 and at the cIosb sold nt
22. The changes in the balance of the
list were to J per cent. The dealings
at the stock exchange were 430,000
shares, of which 118,000 wero Pacific
Mail, 86.000 Western Union. 10.000
Northwestern, 81,000 Erie, 122.000 Lake
Shore, 8000 New York Central, GOOO
Ohios. 3500 Union Pacific, and tonn Sr
Paul. The closing quotations were:
Canton, 64; Western Union Telegraph,
if, Quicksilver, 14; Adams express
company, 100J;. Wells & Fargo's
express company, S7 ; Americau express
company, 04; United States express
company, 51; Pacific Mail, 33jj; New
York Central. 102: Erie. 189: Erio
preferred, 20; Harlem, 134; Harlem pre-
ierreu, im; aiicnigau ueutrai, 64; Pitts
burg and Fort Wayne, S9; North
western, 3Si; Northwestern "nrefprrpil.
53; Roch Island, 102; New Jersey
Central, 110; St. Paul, 32J; St. Paul pre
ferred, bo; Wabash, 8; Wabash pref'd,
15; Fort Wayne. 90: Terro Haul p.
6; Terro Haute, preferred. 24;
Chicago and Alton, 104; Chicago
and Alton preferred. 10S: Ohio
aud Mississippi, 22; Cleveland, Colum
bus and Cincinnati. 52: Burlinirton
UinciunaM. 9 feet 3 inclips in Mm
channel; fall 7 inches. Keokuk, 9 feet 5
inches; stationary. Leavenworth, 10 feet
9 iuches, risel inch. Louisville, 6 feet 1
Inch; fall2inches. Memphis, 17 feet 10
inches; stationary. New Orleans. 1 fppt
7 inches below bench mark; rise 1 inch.
Pittsburgh feet 11 inches; rise 20 inches.
St. Louis, 17 feet; fall 4 inehrs. Vicks
burg, 3S feet; fall 7 inches.
Pittsburg, May 27. River 6 feit
and falling slowly. Weather clear aud
Little Rock, May 27. River 15
feet 5 iuches by the gauge. Weather
cloudy and rainy.
Cincinnati, May 27. River 9 feet 2
inches aud falling. Weather clear and
hot. Departed: Vint Shiukje, Mem
phis. Cairo, May 27, Night. River falling,
22 feet 2 inches. Weatlier cloudy; mer
cury 85. Departed: Thompson Dean,
New Orleans, 6 p.m.; Falls Pilot, Mem
phis, G p.m.
Evansville, May 27. Weather
cloudy aud warm, with light rain
violent storm to the east and north;
mercury 67 to SS. River falling, with
9 9-10 feet on the gauge.
aiovemenu nt the icvee.
The following is a summary of hnsl-
ness by incoming packets yesterday, as
well as steamers departed, and those
The City of Chester, from St. Louis,
put ofl a good lot of grain and produce.
The City of Helena, from St. Louis,
discharged a lot of corn, bran, meal and
flour; added 30 tons, and passed down
iu viuuuuurg witn auouc 000
The Illinois, from Vicksbunr.
eight o'clock Wednesday eveninc. with
a respectable trip of freight and people.
The Arlington, from Cincinnati, ar
rived yesterday, with 355 tons, princi
pally western products The City of
Vicksburg, from Vicksburg, came in
light. She has 700 bales of cotton en
gaged to take to Cairo.
Cons Millar, Cincinnati; City of Ches
ter, St. Louis; City of Helena, Vicks-
ltllrcr fQ,lu Uf- I." .. :
uwtsi wccvi., tjii. j.'iuiii;io river.
Frank Forrest, Illinois, Arlington,
City of Vicksburg.
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
For St. Louis The City of Vicks
burg, Captain Riley, at live p.m.
For New Orleans Tlie Thompsou
Dean, Captain Miller, at five p.m.
For Ashport The Frank Forrest,
Captain Joplin, at five p.m.
For Vicksburg The Illinois, Cap
tain Cheek, at five p.nj,
For Friars Point The Phil Alliu,
Captain Lee, at five p.m.
If dull days were trumps, vestonluv
was an invincible Sing loud hosau-
nahs! The authorities are going to have
the mud removed from the levee! Cap.
tain M'Fadden will put one of the lire-
steamers at the work to-day Billy
Willis did not go out the last trin as
I TIT ... 1
Captain J. L. Denuv. of Vinkshurir.
has contracted with John Jamison &
Co. for a now steamer, the exact count
erpart of the Silverthorn, with the same
sized machinery, which will bo made
by the Mechanics' foundry. She will be
commenced at once aud finished with
dispatch. Captain Whiting and others
were looking at the Glasgow and other
steamers here on Saturday. They waut
to purchase a boat for the St.
Louis and Illinois river trade. They
left for Nashville Saturdav eveninrr."
Cotton 11 is difficult to say who is hurt the
worst in tlie following charges by the
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, of Wednes
day: "Every man has his nrice. is now
a well-known axiom, and Captain Reese
Dugau has exemplified it. Holly Hyde,
river editor of the liejmblican, has
bought him. It is well known in river
circles that Dugan is building a wreck
ingboat at Cairo, and many ambitious
parties were desirous of Having the boat
named after them, and various oilers
have been made to Captain D. One
man offered him a cauebrake bull that
had been running in the swamps in Bal
lard county, Kentucky, for the last foity
years, but Hyde beat him, and so the
boat is to be named after him, in con
sideration of ids presenting the boat
with a box of first-class paper collars,
No. 16, not to cost less thau eighteen
cents. 'Rah' for the profession."
The Courier-Journal complains about
Louisvillians going in "swimming about
tlie dam in open daylight." It's a dam
shame Mausford's news emporium
at the corner of Second and Monroe, is
in receipt of all the weeklies, monthlies,
besides all the important dailies of the
Union. He also has a large collection of
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
AS WELL AS THB
LATEST NEWS OF THE DAY
AND 18 FILLED WITH
Embracing Political, Commercial, Lit
ary, Scientific, Agricultural, Philo
sophical, Religious, ordinary news
and all other matters of interest to
the Farmer. Manufacturer, Mechanic
ginning. : nce north 217 1o!es"' to tflo
.hin,.,;.Jr hc ".V07." dower baa been assigned,
land Mn MiCribfd rli,w: 9 1S-I0O acrw or
land In section .1. range ti of eleventh sotvi'v
tsnelby county, Tennessee, beginnlii" at tho
SIJ FE?J tra.ct.o5t 0 which
S ' i nf .h.; I'u.asmnu J links south
f west of ablacK-oak marked B.wlthmul-white-oak
1 hickory polnu"s: nil -niDg
thence west 3V, chains, to a staVe i,
Bweet-guw White-o-Sk. dogwood and tuckory
,nJ?,:.U,enee south 2'4 chains, to sy -amoro
an i hornbeam pointers; thence east iy. chains
to the east line, a Hake with hornbeam, sweet
2n,,1 r-oi'lur pointer; thence north lfc4
lo lh? Doming, for timber land: ana
dili-lU) acres of same iract. beginning at u
rloTil6 th!S-st Jine crosses the center of ,
the Raleigh anil H,mprv 1 1 , I
JnnM, "?? ,ntheflst corner, and running thence
p?2inH wef; lis tne Raleigh ami tom
fl7i1,I?M0:fd,2UcU3inH: Uience south lbchain-i
and 15 links, to a stako ln a ditch, with sweet
gum; elm, cherry, dogwood aud white-oak
pointers; thence east H chains and 70 links, to
a stake in a road; thence north 19U chains, to
the place of beginning, including the residence
uuu.vi.uui VlllIU UUltfllLS.
The property outside of tke dower, and the
remainder lntercH in the dower, will be sold
?M1Hlfly- .,aurv?ys ol same will be made and
Hied belore the sale.
fl?18 J. "ale-Oae-fmmh cash; balance In
seven and twelve raontlm.purctiaHer executing
notes with approved security, bearing six per
This May 28, 1S75.
p-UarEWART, Clerk and Master.
By Geo. Mallory, D. C. and M..
tiimju a lit-aru. sola, tor compl't. my27th
i a. . . l;n,t "c1 made to me
S'"r , winarans. on the Iutli
li-rVnffh.-"o"ll i" the Regis
k ? ?.1'Ji11,y couu' TennwmeeTln
w?m?i,i7? . '. et- M"1- made 10 secure one
William Hutchinson, as the lndorser of cer
X?!"?, J!tc"bed.au.. nmid
. "...- "i.ii me oy saiu iiutchln
,1 ,'fc,",ore m?.1e to execute said trust
.7' .J '" property therein de.
i.LV,,; . . "'rcaantv National
... .Mr,,,.,,!!,!,, aim niuers. said In unc
tion having leu lnc .tlssnii 1 liVn ...
; ,.,"" l" 'ns 01 said trust deed,
and In obedience to said demand, on
IP! . . .
Aimrsuay, luin day of June. 1875.
. "",l're"se!i iiereinsuer described, be
tween the hours of lo a.m. nn.l :inn.
llliV- f.fTcf r r . . ' 1 ' ' .UAi
or"4!1 Zr,taia 'Si: .( Ift5d sltnatid ln the town
sVrn1f1lM,,MSbel,by co,ln'y. Tenueswe, de-
liii. '.if "'0 ""urn oy
2.i i. Vth t1' ''street, said lot irontlngTl
l,"c,"?on Hf"'treetand lis feet on
i.rceulaw strpnt. uiti, ..... . 1?
all the improvements
Wilson A Heard. .tfrrnVr"10' "nfyV
H w nif a tI?lt. deed made by Charles
his Wife N. W Hllll.i. lr
1S74, and recorded In thn
V, ,..""" lu- la,1i anu recorded 1
Register's office of Shelby connty.Tenn
in book No. W, pages 27i and 273, l will, oi
Xonday, Jnno 14, 1875,
during legal hours, at tho southern gate ot
Vourt Square, Memphis, Tennessee, sell for
cash, at public outcry, the real estate, con
veyed to me by said trust deed, described as
lollows, to-wit: A lot ln the . ily or Memphis
Shelby county, Tennessee, beginning at the
southwest corner of a lot of ground belonging
to the Dunn estate, and running thenre west
along the north line of Vance street 7!) reet 8
inches to the east Hue of a lot sold by Mrs. N.
- UaJiP. I? B- Wright; thence north
along Wright's line I62$ feet to an alley;
thence east , feet 8 lucnes to the Dunn tract
thenco south lo the point of beglnuiu on
Vance street, being same lot bougnt by Clias.
F. Bullock irom Mrs. W. P. Paine. Equity of
redemption waived. Title believed to be
k-vu, uui, j. win sen anu convev onlv as trns
tee. T. It. KAKNS WORTH . Trustee
Opening Snlo ot Fnrt 1'lcUerlne totn.
oa baturday, Msy 2ath, lS75,at the southwest
uiuci ui .nam unu -tiauiBOU streets,
jH..iu aney, et ai., vs. LaGrange and
Memphis liailroad Company.
PURSUANT to an Order of Sale- In the
. above cause fjom tho llrst Chanceiy
PUItSUANT to the terms of a deed In tr...
executI to me by Jot"n y.mw Jlv
regMered ln the Register's oce "V She v
county. Tennessee. ln deed books Te 7
Saturday, 5th day or June, 1875,
w,'t.Q,n lSal bonrs.at the southwest corner
Lilrt S,.'.n,are' ,n h city or Memphis Ten
! ut-, l f"r C!rs"' at I'uWicoutery.to th
highest bidder, the undivided one-fourth
fi-J,.ro,ir.ty hu;.u u"rlbl as foil
tows; LvliiK ln vta,....!., ui. .......
T-nnesee. Mm nork?mu&
description of which is fkii..-L iT...
uuig on the south sMe or Market street iiult
of Third street, and of the all" VraUelwml
and midwav between Thiol and Konrt i
streets, and funded as follows: cWweri.'
ing at the intersection of the east line of tSid
alley with the snnil. line nr v.X.U"f ?i .u
sai.l alley, Mt feet more or less to another
ifttf KX?y with Market street; (beneef
street; thence west feet totlie beelnnln.
Title belleve.1 to be good, but I will sell and
W. Y. r.
Ht'MKS, Trust p.
NO. 1101. It. First IMrimlt l-r,w r eL.iu..
r0. IIKIJ. M. Alctvnlfht .re f t.,i .
Band other causes consolidated herewith.
o?i . of .an ,n'erlocutory decree for
!-,.; fc'S1 ln,,ne aboVB cause oZ the
vJjrhl? i?-- 1l,ay!. '"Ti' aDU renewed, etc..
Kii.n l f ,w,,1,se. at Public aacton, to
m. ?hT,5 bia'er-ln front of the Clerk and
Master's olUee. Memphis, Tenn., on
Satnrday, Jnae 5, 1875,
within legal hours, the following deserlbei
tnnTrf:!.." Jol Union
lines north atat:? f,n?" ?".ra '
north nue or iTnm '"
Kron-i Tsire-e (the &&I3&
the, southeast corner or the AppeVd bulW be
ion : thence eastwanlly with tlie nwth line or
iJ!2?.S,thet 50feet; tUeoc north wardly 'aboiu
.1 feet; thence westwardlySO feet to thenorth.
eastcomerof the Aprieal bnlldln? lot-thenrj
southwardly with thelast line of thS' Appeal
iii?s Io.1 ,at 74 feet to theHeglnnlHg.
Terms of Sale On a in ? t "f' .
. . V .L.I I.1LU
l. ll-.i . , . . . " . I uvwuiob1I11H. FA I III I lT riu ntnnllnx
Tills May 11, 1S75.
liv r t im VPLE CIerk antl faster,
lly R. J . Black, D. C. and M. s..
Vance An.lorc.n 11 j, i-i ....
Iim.r,! i, w r."rr"'."' V. ""son a
, . ... miiFsier ei ai, solicitors.
....... . . .
I'm" i ouu-uivisiou as diock (, iols 28 and Sc
hlock 3, lots IS aud 11; block 11, lot 13; block lL'!
lots 1,2 and 37; block 15, lot IK; block 17, lots
block 23. loLs !. I. 5 .un ID- hl.i -. , , V
nssiiuun ks-.stokkd.-a victim oi
you hful Imprudence, causing prematurode
cay. uervous deblllly, etc.. having tried In
vain every known remedy, has found a simple
sell-euro, which he will send free to his fellow
sujibm:ii-. Auuross J, t, ltlilSVl!', 7S NJlRSnn
street Npw Yort.
I WONT MARRY UNLESS You ruvtds
No. 1578. In tho First Chancery Court of Shel
by county, Tennessee H. p. Anderson,
Uimmlssloner of Kovenue, etc., vs. Win.
It appearing from the bill which is sworn
l? 1,l..t.hls cause, that the defendant Wm.
Ferrell Is a non-resident of tho Htate of Ten
nessee; It Is therefore ordered, that ho make his
appearance herein, at the courthouse ln the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the llrst
Monday hi June, 1875, and plead, answer
rni"Binanirs hill, or the same
will bo taken for confessed as to him and set
for hearing exparto, and that a copy of this
order bo published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
This 21th day of April, 1875.
A copy-attest : EDM UN D A. COLE,
Clerk and Master.
Ry E. B. McHknry, Deputy C. A M.
John Johnston, sol, for complainant. rr
jno. i'ju. first Chancery Court of Shelby
county. W. a. Uoodmau vs. Hani Tate, et
It appearing from affidavit ln this cause that
the dplendant, M. J. Wicks, is a citizen of Cal-
iiuiuM.uuu uou-resiuent oi the Htateof Tennessee;
iusmereiore ordered that he make his ap-
No. 156S, R. D.-In the Second Chancery Court
"""'"j vi.ij. ifjuuessee. james atc
(.ombs, Oeo Keller ami M. J. llyrns flirm of
and A. M. Boyd.
It appearing from affidavit filed In this
cause that the defendants to tlie cross bill or
A. M. Boyd, to-wit: James McCombs, Geo.
Keller and M.J. liyrns (tlrm of McCombs, Kel
ler and llyrns), are nou-resldeuts or the State
n.It...ls V.ler.e.',oro ortlerel. oy tho Clerk and
Master, that they mako their appearance here
in, at the courthouse- of the Second Chan
cery Court, In tho city of Memphis, Tennes-
me ursi, jionuay in July,
18(0. and plead, answer or demur to complain
ant s bill, or the same will bo taken for con
fessed as to them aud set for hearing exparte.
and that a copy of this ordor be published
once a week, for four successive wpeks. ln tho
Memphis Appeal. This May 20, 1875.
A copy attest:
M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master.
Vance A Anderson, sols, for compl'ts. ir
18, 19 and 20; block 32, lots Oand lu'; block V,
TERMS One-third cash, balance iu six and
twelve months, purchaser giving bond with
approved securitv. Kmittv nf m,in,.,niu
ba?red. ' ' ' "
N. IS. There is no United States direct tax on
the property. OEO. W. WI ? CHESTER,
jrxurevaufc, Auct r. Iny9
SOTIC'K IN BANKEUITCY.
llJ,tn?..1,lstrlct Court of the United States, lor
the District of West Tennessee. In the mat
ruptcy ' Uoyle' Bankrupt la Bauk
ri'liE undersigned hereby gives notice or his
X appointment as asslgueo of W. F. Boyle,
ff A I I'll) rtl I Ulinl !. rr . '
.O, WOOLDKlDOf, Assignee.
Mem Ids. Mav 1, 1S75 ny5 we
AND DEALER IN
Fine Jewelry, Watches, Clockg, Canes,
Solid Gold Watches from S20 to S3X). Solid
Gold Chains from SI5 to 8150. Tho celebrated
i.igm watch (silver), r20 to J75. Silver Im-
'""'us iu ixn ils urancnes. ann spmnr. nr
precious stones, and matching iii io.tT,,.
ttuu i'imh muunungs a special
ty. School Medals, Jewels, Stencils, Seals,
etc. old gold aud silver wanted.
80S Second street - - Memphis, Tenn
gRO Main Street, East side.
i', .1 "r' "J&weroruemuriothe
... , 111 'am iaie,nied nereln.orthe same
will be taken for confessed as to him aud set
for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this
u'u I'uuusiieu once a wees, lor lour suc
cessive weeks, ln the Memphis Appeal.
This nineteenth day of May, 1875.
A copy Attest:
PFif" A. COLE, Clerlt and Master.
By R. J. Black, D. C. and M.
Me jsick & M'Rae, sols, for com. my23.su
No. I747-In the First Chancery Court of Shel
by county, Tennessee. B. P. Anderson,
Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. John 8.
Woriey, et al.
It appearing from Sheriff's return in this
cansethat the defendants, John S. Woriey.
tlorence Woriey and Mary.E. Woriey are not
to be found ln his county;
It is therefore ordered, that they mako their
appearance herein, at the courthouse In the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first
Monday ln Juno, 1875, and plead, answer
complainant s Ulltortho same
will be taken for confessed as to them and set
wuk expane, ana mat a copy of this
! published once a weetr. fnr hit,
) weeks In the Mpmnhiu Annani
Tills Blth or A.. l W "rt"""
A copy attest : EDMUND A. COL E,
.. ., ir Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McllENRV, Deputy C. & M.
John Johnston, sol, for complainant. fr
BEFORE JAMES HALL, .1. P.-Tnal Docket
p-7-Nos.HX!and 1183.-licnry itaglaud vs.
In this causo an nttiii-hinini i,
sued out under section :im of the Code of Ten
nessee, and returned before me levied by -ar-ulshmeut
on tho Memphis aud Charleston
railroad Company, who answer they owe said
defendant, and affidavit haviug been made
Uiat the defendant is justly Indebted to tho
i""""'" iu uib siiiu oi uiutiy-iour dollars, on
account, and that he is a non-resident of the
Slate ot Tennessee;
It Is therefore ordered that the said defend
ant, Abe Calhoun, make his personal appear
ance before me, at my office ln the city of
Memphis, 'iennessee, on the third day of July.
18. j, al 10 o'clock a.m., aud defend said attach
ment suit, within the time prescribed bylaw
or the same will be pioceeded with exparte.
and that a cony or this older bo published
once a week, for four consecutive weeks, In
the Memphis Dally Appeal.
This 23th day of May, 1ST5.
ji. eui-y aiiesi:
, . .. JAMES HALL, J. P.
Winchester, attorney. my20-w
BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-Trlal Docket
1r anu tM. ueorge Bolton vs.
In this cause an Attnrlurimif imvin luun
sued out under section 3155 of the t'odo of Ten-
iiwscc, uu reiurueu into court levied upon
the personal property of the defendant, and
un ,iu UCCU lUHUe LUHL lUe UeieUU-
ant is Justly Indebted to plaintiff by debt bal
ance on anoteorti-lrty nine dollars, with in
terest, and that he is a non-resident ot the
State or Tennessee:
It Is therefore ordered, That the said defend
ant, William Moseley, make his personal ap
pearance before me, at my office, in the city
of Memphis, Tennessee, on tho third day of
J uly, 1875, at 10 o'clock a.m., and defend said at
tachment suit within the time prescribed by
law or the same will be nrnrppiiPii ,i-in, ,w
parte, and that a copy of this order be pub
lished once a week, for four consecutive
weeks, in the Memphis Daily Appeal.
This 25th day of May, 1875.
A copy attest:
mygti-w JAMES HALL, J. P.
if; ln u, elIst chancery Cou.it of
ouuiuy o-oumy, iennessee. William David-
i cl ui vs. iiuiuey m. Duuose ana j. D.
It appearing from the bill which is sworn to
in this cause that the defendants, Dudley M.
DUHoso and E. D. Ragland, are nou resU'enta
ui uie ouiie oi iennessee; mat tney are ln-
ueoieu to complainant, Wm. Davidson, a the
sum of t?63 'Jo, with Interest from Ap il 18,
. .utuvuw uy iiiutHieui, ui inerirsictr
cuit Court of Shelby county, and attachment
niiviijsissueii ami oeen levied on the property
of said D. M. DuBose, as shown by tho return
It is therefore ordered. That tl 1PV TilflL'r. I hni
appearance herein. . 'it tim rminiinn ... ,i,o
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
ursi .uouuay in juiy, IS75, and plead, answer
or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will be taken lor confessed as to them and set
for hearing oxparte, and that a copy of this
order be published once a week, for lour suc-
te-.Mvu weens, in me .Mem pins Appeal.
Tills 18th day of May, 1875.
A copy attest:
E. A. COl.K. Clprlr nnrt Alnvl,,
By E. K. Mclleury, 1). C. and M.
Wright & Folkes, sols, for compl't. we
Creditors' Notfct .
ini. iu.-m tno first Chancery Conrt of
ouuiuy i-juniy, iennessee. -".im. 11. Amis,
aJmtn.'strdtorot IwisAmi; ,., deceased.
It appearing from the bill lu I Ins cause that
this Is a proceeding Instituted to settle up the
...,..vv, ... ..n.n A.i.ia, jr., ueveaseu, as an in
It is therefore onlered, Thai ill creditors of
r.uu i-iiaw junise ineir nppeariuce herein, at
the courthouse in the city of .Memphis, Ten-
,'. ui-iuic me uisl .viouuay in July,
1875, and have then selves made parties here
to, and tile and establish their claims, or the
same win oe iorever oarred and the caiue pro
ceeded with exparte as to them, and that a
copy of this order be published once a week,
for four successive weeks, in the Memphis
This 17th day of May, 1S75.
A copy attest :
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
BY virtue of a trust deed executed to m
on the 1st day of May, t87t, by Elizabeth
Moore, to secure certain inrtn.iLiiLS.t.f
specified, which said deed is rerarded in
der, for bash.at the fron't doir of Ifit ToTertou'
Courthouse, ln the city Memphis, on
Saturday, 121h day of Juue, 1875,
wit? i J?uCmV Vie f?Il0wing real estate, to
X." .Iiot);.No- . 5 and part of lot 3, ol block
No. 27, in Fort Pickering, Shelby county.Ten
nessee, fronting 187 feet on Seventh street and
runnlnz back :nlpnii, r l fri; tJ... .r'.'VJ'1
f ' ompUon is waiVed an'5 the UUeTC
iioved to becood. but r win ,,.,. . .
only. This May tf, 1873. !
tl W lA WC rrt ..
By E. B. McHenry, D. C. and M.
T. W. Brown, sol, lor compl't.
Br. Ban. MeMeal.
OFFICE 25 South Court Strcot, cor. Main.
RESIDENCE 3I Vance Street, cor. OrlcauB
The Latest Improved
Abdomen Coriela, Homo
mle uuil Frrncli t'orsels
tor ladles and Children.
Corset Steels, Braces, Pads,
Supporters and Folding
Goods sent C. O, D . to any
S art of the country,
outhern Hoopskirt and Cor
bot Manufactory, SSI Malnst.
iiiiiuv. ovt; iJuKH nnorp. n: .1.1.11.
, .Columbus' and Indiana cW ,7"' " . "8od
, 5: Illinois Central. 100: Atlan- xi 'l "ulf " Kr'". "UB;
and Pacific. 123$: Union Pan lie. 71 Z- r.t-"-" "u l"i9
P,.iilp i.M.ia inn. tt:,i . evemug, reiiaviugiur. jjavis who maUe
Iw.ii.Im nits- rui.." ,.i t .i. uiu uiiui unu we saw a spa
U.-. . . V.-.I wnce last hlaU'iiienl ns
l..i.-d previously llSpifo
i'ppl since It statement I3s
- ' i t-i prevlonHly lau
k ai t,oon thisday
Tin.- Ur 111 In ypplt
iu- i:ir lust yor
v lupins aud rharlestou railroad,
i ssi- ippl and Tenuestse railroad.
i. . u. s. k. it
, uii'hliatid Little ltock raUread.
a ted er wftgons
n,us rr tuts week-
1 i.cs lar latt week
s nw fippterabej- lt..
Vempiili and Charleston raUroad...
M.'-JsMppi and Tennessee railroad
1 AI..N.S ? w
1 r! :, north
1 ran tonth.
CHICAGO. Mav 27. .Flour
Wheat active and higher: No.
snot Com higher and buoyant, but mi.
Ei-ttlod; No. , G5Jc sot. Oats high
er; No. 2, 59ic spot. Pork iu fair de
mand aud lncher. S19 55 snot. I.anI
u fair di-mauil at lower ratoi. 14c sunt.
Bulk meats iuict but firm, 62, 11, IU
(411ic. Whiaky, SI 10. .
LOUISVILLE, May 27. Flour is
steady. Wheat dull; red, $1 25. Corn
nominally 7;,75c. Oats nominal at
70c. Hay quiet t ut steadv at S23. Pro
visions are in Itetter demand. Pork is.
nominal at SI. Bulk meats, S'rAlISfSl
cimeu of copper ore yesterday takpn
from Ellis Harris's Missouri mine. The
lump is nearly pure, weighs abaut five
iound8, and if it is a fair specimen sis it
is represented to be, Ellis has found ids
bonanza. Wo learn that he has been
oflered ten thousand dollars already for
his claim. The specimon may be seen
at the elevator Captain Green, iu
commaud of the Illinois during Captain
Cheek's absence, says lie wants
everybody to know that the Illinois al
ways gets into jiort, either here or at
vicusburg, on sharp time, rumors and
dlvilish reports to the contrary notwith
standing. She always gets here on
Wednesday night. If that is her hour of
arrival, we will bear testimony that the
captain is correct. The Illinois is on the
hills for Vicksburg at five o'clock this
evening. Ry the way, the Vicksburg
A PERMANENTLY ESTABLISHED Insll
, r.htoU.ti0ilrJh.ec,,"'e.,custoJy '""1 treatment
ra iiici si, A separate department aud but.'d
lug for patients with NEttVOUS DISORDERS
and for INEBRIATES and those addicted to
the excessive use of opium and other narcot
ics. For circular, address
WM.L. PECK.M. D.,8up't,
my27-ood College Hill, Hamilton Co., Ohio.
GUIiLETT, ABY & CO.,
Gullett's Cotton Uins,
Deering Horse Tower,?,
Coleman's Corn and Wheat JHillg, Ktc
OFFICE-No. 5, MADISON ST., UP STAIRS,
12c. Bacon. 93fal2!(ai2ic. riiiraT- -Ucratd, of Tuesday, has the following:
cured hams,13i14c Lard -s tea rii. 15c: H'e steamer Illinois brought down an
tierce, I5j16c; kegs, 16jc. Whisky,
$1 14. Bsggiug, 1314c
ST. LOUIS, May 27. Flour-buyers
off, nothing doing. Wheat a shade
firmer; soft spring, 95s. Corn car lot
l'f ,No' IMMc; touud lots, ts'W;G3Jc
bid; sales at 63640 July. Oats firmer
but inactivp, K21(i,(J3c cash. Wliisky
nominally $1 is. jork iOW(.ri 50.
Dry salt meaU nominal. Bacon dull;
only a small jobbing and moderate de
maud. Lard nominally I4jc
CINCINNATI, May 27.-FIur quiet.
Wheat steady; red, Si 251 .30. Corn
dull and drooping at 71a74c. Oats dull
and a shade lower, 6S70c. Eegs quiet
at lGc. Butter dull and lower
choice western reserve, 2325;; choice
Central Ohio, lS20c. Cheese quiet and
excursion party from Bolivar bend.
Among the number were Mr. N. E.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Terrill, Miss
Seymour, Miss Gibson, Mr. M'Lean,
Mr. Dahney, Mr. and Mrs. Nauc; and
Colonel .Squiies. They returned home
in tlie evening after seeing the historic
city" We have not space to-day, but
will have something to say about the
caving of the levee, aud about the
wharfage question which we think may
be of interest to all concerned The
Cons Millar got away for Cincinnati
yesterday evening with a light trip of
ireigiii, uui a snarp spnnKiiug of pas.
sengers, among whom we find, the
names of Mrs. Roe, Mrs. Ingraham,
Mrs. D'Arcy, and J. W.Smith, Charles
Miller, J. F. Steiner and Mr. Semmes.
We made tne acquaintance of j
Section 0. Bs It further enacted, That the
provisions of the foregoing section of l i s
iiv, 1.inplly. to U,e, counties of Henry,
W r,.i.ulI,?' ,M"ry. Davidson, Madison,
Hamilton, Bedford aud Wilson.
Section 7. Be It further enacted. That It
ho,'i ,b0. un,la.wtui lor any person iu this
State to hunt, trap or net game of any kind,
or birds, or destroy tho nests thereof on the
land of another, except by express permission
of the ownr or agent first bad and obtained
where such owner, by himself or agent, shall
have posted notices in ono or more con
spicuous places on the north, south, cast and
west boundaries of his or their lauds, which
notices shall be painted or printed on boards
or planks, securely nailed to trees or posts
ami any person violating the provisions of
this section, either by hunting or killing g?me
or birds, or trapping. or netting, or destroying
the nesta of the same, or shall deface, or
knock or pull down said notices, or auv of
them, shall for each oflenso be lined iiot'les.j
than M 50 nor more than 85, the same to
be recovered and distributed as provided
.,"'?. fortl1 and fifth sections of this act.
Section 8. Be it further enacted, That thU
act take eflect from and after its passage, tho
public welfare requiring it
Passed March 21, 1875.
r.x. ,. tjEWIS BOND,
Bpeaker of tho House of Representatives.
TUOMA-5 H. PAINE,
... , speaker of the Senate.
Approved March 21, 187a.
JAMES D. PORTER, Governor.
No. U18. In tie First Chancery Court of Bhel-
,7 tuuuijr, iennessee. 5. i; Anderson,
Ann Collins61 Avenue, etc., vs. Mrs!
It appearing from Sheriff's return In this
cause that the defendant, Mrs. Ann Collins
Is not to be lound in his county;
It is therefore" ordered, that she mako her
appearance herein, at the courthouse ln the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first
Monday in Juno, 1875, and plead, answer
""li"ania mil, or the same
will be taken for confessed as to nor and Eet
for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this
order be published onco a week, for four suc
cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
v!. msi,u vaajr ui J.H 11, lOtO.
A copy attest: EDMUND A. COLE,
Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. 4 M.
John Johnston, sol, lor complainant. fr
No. 1C5S In the First Chancery Court of Hhel
by county, Tennessee. The City of Mem
phis vs. J . W. Page, Jr., et al.
It appearing from the Sheriffs leturu in
mm cause tuai me ueienuants, Joseph Conn
and W. R. Carter, are not to be found ln his
It Is therefore ordered, That they make
their appearance herein, at tho courthouse
in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or be
fore the first Monday ln June, 1875, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's hill, or tho
same will be taken for confessed as them and
seuor hearing exoarte, and that a copy of
this order be published once a week for four
successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal
This 8th day of May. 1875.
A copy-attest EDMUND A. COLIC,
l?lrlr nn.l M . t
By E. B. McHenry, Doputy CAM.
G. A. Hanson, sol, for compl't. my9sn
No- 1802,-In the First Chancery Court ot
Shelby county, Tennessee. Sue Scan" vs.
Mrs. M. M. smith et al.
It appearing from affidavit and order of
Court in this canse that the defendants, Ellet
uU ji. isi. ouiiin, nave leu tne Slate of
Tennessee since flllng the bills of complaint
herein, and are non-residents of said State :
it is therefore ordered, That they make their
j iauco nerein, ai me courthouse In the
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before tho
llrst Monday In July, 1875, aud plead, answer
or demur to complainant's original and
amended bills, or the tame will bo taken for
cnnft.s.spil na m ihAtn ,,., i ,
. . -..wm Muuob iu. Hearing ex-
arte, and that a copy of this order be pub-
lSlled Once a wepfc. fnr fnnr mui,.li,n u...
In thn llmri I. :i', wckojs,
--- ''11 J A I IllltUll
I his 21st day of May, 1875.
T E-A- COLE, Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Black, D. C. and M.
Wat Strong, sol, for compl't sa
No.1771. In the First Chancery Conrt of Shel
by county, Tennessee B. P. Anderson,
Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. John II.
Mulford et al.
It appearing from SherlO's return in this
cause that tha defendants, Ichu l .Mulford
Samuel H Mulford, O. Leder ,1 George
Elphlngstone, aro not to be found in his
it is tnerelore ordered, That tney make
their appearance herein, at the rurt house
'uo v-y 01 iuempiiis, xenntssee, on
or belore the first Monday in Junf- 1875, and
piead, answer or demur to com p anant's bill,
or the same will be taken for ccufessed as to
tucui uu ui, lorneanugexpaiie, nudthat a
copy of this order bo published nco a week,
for lour successivo weeks, lu the Memphis
This 29th day April, 1875.
A copy Attest: EDMUND A.COLE,
t, l ..., 9AerF and Master.
iJj -i. . i.nJiir.r.i&Y, uepuiy i. .v 31.
John Johnston, sol, for comp: inant. fr
No. 1887 In tho First Chancery Court of Shel
by County, Tennessee. R. A. Parker, re
ceiver, etc., vs. A. M. Ferguson, et al.
It appearing from tho bill which Is sworn
tor i?, this cause that the defendants, the heirs
of y.X.1": VanDyke, deceased, are unknown,
and that their names and places oi residence
cannot be ascertained after diligent inquiry-
certain real estate of A. M. Feruson in
which, perhaps, said unknown heirs are' in
terested, to the payment ol certain debts of
said Ferguson to tho estate of 0. C. Atkin
It is therefore ordered, That they make tuelr
appearance herein, at tho courthouse In the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on or beforo the first
Monday ln June, 1875, and plead, answer or
demur to complainants' bill, or the same will
be taken for confessed as lo them and set lor
hearing exparto, and that a copy of this or
der be published once a week, for lour suc
cessive weeks, ln the Mum phis Appeal.
This 7th day of May, 187i.
A copy attest: EDMUND A. COLE,
i u . Clem and Master.
?y.fc,B- McHenry, D. C. and M.
J. A. Taylor.sol. for compl't mySsa
No. l.o. In the First Chancery Court of Shel
by county, lenuessee.-B. 1". Anderson,
Loniralssioner ot Kevenue, etc., vs. Geo. B.
It appearing from SherlB's return In this
cause that the defendant, Geo. B. Peters, Is
not to be found In his county ;
It is therefore ordered, Thathe make his
appearance heroin, at the conrthouse in the
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
nrst Monday in June. JS75. and nlpml.
awswer or demur to complainant's bill,
or the same will be taken for confessed as
to him and set for hearlns exparte; and that
" mis, uiuti uu puuiisneti once a week,
for four successive weeks, iu the Memphis
This 29th day of April. 18-a.
A copy attest: EDi'.UND A. COLE,
i .. Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry. D-pnty C. & M.
John Johnston, sol, or compl't. fr
BNo7R NiA&Pn11 J" i'-T'lal Docket
No. 7 No.lJ&l. Goodbar&Gllllland. a firm
r0,tn,,or J- M-lr, J- a- Ullltlan
0'Bauno.bar and A-B-"oodBar, vs. T.w!
.I", th, canse an attachment having been
sued out under section 3155 of the Code 01
Tennessee, and returned luto court levied
Xdwt ESSS?1. ProrT 7t.th0 lefendant
i?Ti,tf i.7Y,n.R,been "tf110 that the defend
a?lKiv"r",y 1Sd,e.bteU toT'lalnUffs in the sum
"eat ol the State of Tenessee ;
ant T U-renme rd ered' Thatthe said defend
toT, V0lBftnnoa-make hls personal ap
pearance before me, at my offlceTln the city
bJ-Mfa?nllienesJee' " tbe 3d d y 0" July;
1875, at 10 o'clock a.m, and defend said at-
ahn.VsnU wlthln tne time prescribed hy
IfoT,',. r tlje same will be proceeded with ex
TSlZl , 4- lnat a copy or thU order be pub
i,Ss,7,ro.r r.ur successive weeks in the Mem-
This the 25th day or May, 1875.
A copy attest:
myl-w JAMES HALL, J. P.
BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P. Trial Docket
1. ,-iso. m-j. c. Collins Sons, a
firm n.i, r.,.c-,wl .. r t , . . ' . .
r.T, 'T.. . "L J- u- '""ins anu j. i.
Collins, vs. Sidney T. Deason.
In this cause it appearing by affidavit that
the defendant, Sidney T. Deason is a nou-resi-dent
of tho Stateof Tennessee.and is Justly in
debted to the plaintiff- ln tho sum ot one
hundred and three dollars and twenty-nine
s,iyi.Lit uu at,Limut,
It is therefore ordered. That publication be
made in the Memphis Dally Appeal, a news
paper published lu tho cliv nf (pr..ni,iu i.
i.i.7 7,r ,r ' commauuiug tne said
Sidney I Deason to appear before me, or some
other acting Justice of the Peace, at my office,
No. o0 Madison street, in the city of Memphis, j
- ui ,iuue, is,-, at iu o ciock
a m., aud make defense to said suit against
him, or It will bo proceeded with exparto.
JAM MS HALL. .1. P..
Hth Civil District Sheloy county.
J.J. DnBosa, attorney. ap25su
No. 229, R. D. In the Probate Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee. Ellen Sharp adm'x, vs.
Ephnam Sharp, et al.
In this cjuso it appearing irom the original
bill, which Is sworn to, that defendant Eph
riam Sharp is a non-residence of the State of
Tennessee, and that the other defendants,
heirs-at law of D. W. Sharp, deceased, are un
known and residencesunknown;
It is therefore ordered, That they mako
their appearance herein, at the courthouse
of said Probate Court ln Memphis, on or bo
fore the first Monday iu Juiy, 1875, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's
bill, or the same will ba taken for con
fessed as to them and sat for hearing ex
parto; and that acopyot ibis order be l-iib-llshed
once a week, fo: four successive
weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
This May 7, 1875.
A copy Attest : JAJ1E? - FJlLY, Clerk.
JarnlganA Frayser.sols r compl't tsa
No. 1738 -In tho First Chancery Court of Shel
by county. Tennessee. B. P. Anderson,
Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. John
It appearing from the bill which Is sworn
to in this cause, that tlie defendants. John
Scott aud Win. 11 jr. Magruder, are non-resi-
ueuLui me auuu oi iennessee;
It is therefore ordered, That they make their
appearance herein, at the courthouse in the
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
firt Monday in June, 1875, and plead, aif-
ucjuui iu complainant's mil,
or the same will bo taken lor confessed
as to them aud set for hearing ex
parte.and that a nrnvnr tt,w n!pr h k.
lisbed once a week, for four successive weeks,
.u niu .ueiiipiiis ippeai.
This 2th day of April, 1875.
A copy Attest : EDMUND A. COLE,
Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry, Eeputy C. & M.
John Johnston, snl. for compl't. fr
KOTICE IS BASHRUPICT,
toihM55 2f ?" States for
r. rtn. iennessee in the mat-
ter of Mrs. M. K. piiinw n..v.;!. .!.
To the creditors of said bank-rnnt-
rpAKENOTICK, that a general meeting of
.A. J1'" ?redi oh of the said bankruDt will li
uuui at me omce or J. T. Latham. Esa Rpia
ter in Bankruptcy for said .I,Xr:;, vfT
phis, No. 19 Madbon strei.t. n ii.c ....r
May, 1875 at 11 o'clock, a.m..for the purpose
of declaring a first and Huardivldend. Jrpese
iJieiupuis, May s, 1875.
O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee.
'"y9 No. 10 Madison street
On Saturday, May 29, 1875.
No. 576. B. J. Eddlns vs. Mat. Shelbv In M.n
Tennessee 7 Court of Shelby county.
BY virtuo of an order of sale ma e in this
cause on thn imii, Mmon. ,
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder.
in iront ot the conntv cnurth,mv n,,r..
Main and Poilar streets, Memphis, Tennessee,
Saturday, May 29, 1875,
within legal hours, thn inuohniii ini.. ..
certatu lot of irrnnnH iiri,,,. ,.i . ..
She by county, i ennessee, and in the cliy of
Memphis, bounded and described as follows
Commenclnsf on thn nnrihiruc, r .
4, block 32, on the south side of Hullng streef.
thence eastvardlv with lhnumii. nnr ..,:,
street 20 feet: -hence sonthwmiit? tsn ri.
thence westwardlv 21 feet. tr ti.u ,.J
said IoUNo.j.; thence northwaruly 150 to the
begiunlhg, together with the improvements
thereon. This April 27. 1875. wo"i
By Geo. Mallerv. I). and m
J. KBIgelow.f rcomnl't- nr.t
Notice io Holders of Navy 1'ard
No- 6S. N. It-In the First Chancery Court
vuuuiy n. a. Aaaras, et at., vs.
The Memphis and LitUe Rock Railroad
Company and others.
IjURSUANT to an order entered in the above
cause on the rtfltli il:,v r Anrii tut-. nnu.
is hereby iriven to nil imti
the bonds of tho Memphis and Little Rock
Railroad company, secured by th City or
Memphis bv deed of tnmt nn h.t i i.nn.,.
as.it.h2fiay Yard Property, that an account
W icu uuu repon made oy the Clerk
and Master of said Court, showing what
bonds, principal and interest, are now out
standing and .unpaid, together with the
names ot the owners or holders of the same.
This 13 therefore to notify all parties inter,
ested In said bonds who desire to share in the
proceeds of said Navy Yard property, to have
themselves made parties to this cause, and tile
and establish their claims on or before the loth
day of July, 1375, or the same will be forever
barred. The 6th day of May, 1875.
i, v x. A- COLE, Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M.
Estes & Ellett, McKax, Myers A Sneed, (i.
A. Hanson, and Smith fe Scott, solicitors.
Satnrday, June 5, 1875.
Non-jtesident N it
No. 2627 In the First Chancel t ' ui t of Shel
by county, Tennessee. R. s. fat ham vsS
P. Walker, etal.
It appearing Irom affidavit ,n (uis
that thedefendaut W. P. Walae: is jeatI ""
that Clara Walker is his widow :. Jd Willi'im
Walker his child, who aro nor.-residents of
the State of Tennessee; '""enis oi
ins luorciure ooiereu. That' 110 f make their
appearance herein, at thecouiu. .live lu the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on .1 i,efore the
flrst Monday lu July, 1875, au 1 , 0 ci
If any they have why this sal- i.uld 0? bt
helrcdUidW-'Vlt- l,"E ,w0t.nd
Sf,nJ wm -J.Y?el-..-'- 1. or the
lh .the Memph,; "aC 'e"Ve Wt
Thls Hth day of May. 1875
A copy-attest. EDM UND a. COLE,
nn , . Clerk ..nUMaster.
Ty3 J Black, D. C. and 51.
Jarnlgan i ! lyser.boia.forconipit. au
virturo of a trust deed executed to mn nn
the lltb day of February. 1875. bv I. Rnov.
cher, agent, to secure certain lmletitednpsN
mwciu iiieiitiuuuti, wnicu trust deed is re
corded toi Chattle Book No. 8, page 210, Regi-
crsim civsi.nuj couniy, loun , t will sell to
ViM '? ? "U"w. tor cash, at the storo, No.
---.-.., v. .ciui'ins, lenu., on
Tliursday, au Day or June, 1!75,
between the hours of 12 m. and 2 o'clock p m.,
the followlug property: ti
One large Iron Safe.
Five silver-plated Show-cases.
Equity of Jredemption waived. Till" be
lieved to be good, but I shall only convey as
Trustee. it. nimr.wv vicaVSEK.
No. 1501 In tho First Cb"ceP' Court of Shel
by county, Tenueei- u- Anderson,
Commissioner of Revenue, etc. vs. S. Isaacs,
tal. ... ,,
It appearing from Sheriff 's return in this
cause that the defendants, U. Meysenberg, E.
Mixdorf, M. Canton and M. Llpstadt trus
tee are not w be found in his county;
It is there0 ordered, that they make their
appearance herein, at tlie courthouse ln the
city of Memphis, l'. iui., oa or before the first
Monday ln June, 1875, and plead, answer
ordemur to complainant's bill, or the same
will betaken for confessed as to them and set
for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this
order be published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
This 20th day of April, 1875.
A copy attest : EDMUND A. COLE,
Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C & M.
John Johnston, sol. lor complainant, fr
No. 091. In tho Second Chancery Court ot
Shelby county, Tennessee.-Charles Lyuu
vs. J. H. Stevens and wife, Mary E-Steverw.
Di virtue of an order of sale made ln tuh
X cause, on the 11th of March, 1875,1 will
sell at public auction to the highest bkhier.
m, front of the county courthouse, corner
Main and Poplar street city of Memphis.
Hatnrday, Juno 5, 1875,
within legal hours, the life Interest of the de
fendant, Mary E. Stevens, in thp. following.!.,-
serine 1 real estate, to-wit: A certain traetof
land situate, lying and being in Shelby coun
ty, Tennessee, to-wit: In section 3, range I.
Uth surveyors district, and civil districts Nos
8 and 0, the tame having been surveyed ami
setapart to said .Mary L. Stevens, to-wit: Be
ginning at a redoak tree marked S. D 2t
chains and 20 links west of the southeast
corner of a 202 acre tract, which was sold to H.
it Davis by Peter Ammen, deceased, and run
nlug north 33 chains north, 2J west of a
wlllowoak sapilng marked s. D , with ash
overcut pointers; thence east 2128-UW chains
toa hickory ra.rked S. D.; thence souths
chains to a stake, the southeast corner otsM
202 acre tract; thence west 2120-ux) chala
Terms of Saie-On a credit of seven months,
purchaser executing note, with approved se
curity ;iien retained. Equity ofriiipll()l
barred. This May 12.1875.
M. D. L. STEWART, Cleric and Master.
Hy Oeo. Mallery, D. C. and 31'
Vance & Anderson, sols.'rcomP1
On Saturday, Jane 5,. 1875.
vo. MM In the Second Chancery Court ot
Shelby county, Ten uesaee. Ira M.IIlil vs.
Robertson Todp. et al.
BY virtue or an order of sale made In tnti
cause ou the 5lh of March. lsT.r, 1 u-iii u.rr
at public auction, to the h'gnest bidder, Ir
front of the county courthouse, corner Mala
aud Poplar streets, city of Memphis, 'Xea
Saturday, Juue 5, 1S751
within legal hours, the following described
real estate, to wit: Situated, iviinr atut Immiht
ln the county of Shelby, antl State of Ten-
nesre. and in the city of Memphis, to-wit:
Lots Not. 21, 22. 3 and 21. block No. 11, oa the
plan of south Memphis; the first mentioned:
lot fronting on Clinton street 25 feet and m li
ning back with parallel line 159 feet to Front
row. or public uroumt. win, .1 11 tc front
said public grounds xf 25 left; and the three
last mentioned lots having an agrefat9 front
on Beale street of 75 feet and ruauiBic back
Irregularly to the north line of lot No. 21, with
an average depth of moie than 1HJ feet.
Terms of Saie On credit or seven and:
thirteen mouths in equal Instalments, pur
chaser executing notes with approved snenri-
u ueariuK interest: lien retaiueu. canity ot
redemption barred. TblsMay 12-1S75
M. D. L. STEW ART. vi eric and Master.
By Geo. .Mallery, D. cand M.
Randolph, Uanimond &. Jordan, sottalwet
or coaapl nt iaylS