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THE! MEMPHIS 1 'J APPEAL -TUESDAY. MAKCH 5, 1878,
la our last weekly review of lh official
week of the cotton market, we quoted mii-
aiiofr cotton in Jfew York 10 15-16c, declined
to 10,Tc; New Orleans quoted lOV'c, de
clined to 10.V: Liverpool quoted 6d, de
dined to 6 1-1HJ; Memphis quofcaj lOc, de
cline.! to 10 c. Full receipt have had their
ion jence upon the market, which Una tate
ment ihowi to have been a declining one, but
vi- i ui wo cuaufre in price was a
crista in war matter; Austria wai express
ing iliMatisfartion at the Russian policy,
wuue catriana waa tilled with excitement: aa
. L. . 1. i.i . .
mo wit cnuoa, lowpvct, no inauspicious
ciem, uaa oocarrej. the market became
ateadier and the prospect brighter. The Ion
contacted aiiver bill waa paassed over the veto
of the President, but no perceptible effect on
ih market followed. The I ant weekly re
view of the .New iork UulUtin reporta the
market aa opening with aome improvement,
which waa aoon checked: "The primary and
moat eerious check to buoyancy waa to be
Do found in the failure of Liverpool to re
apond to the prevailing condition of affairs
here, and this beinir supplemented by ad
ncea presenting new phasea of the political
situation, which teemed to ieasen the chance
of peace somewhat, our market required con
atant watching and support to prevent it
irom making a aerioua set-back. The re
ceipt at ine porta were heavy enough to at
wenuon, aido, ana no aoubt were a
weignt aiaing to turn the balance a few points
in favor of buyer occasionally, and eapecU 1
w 4ii uumoer or aeiiing order on pres
ent crop month were urdt-rstood to have
come from the south immediately after ad
vice of the advance on this market had been
forwarded. We bear of few, if any. really
new view expressed during the week, the
'bulla still expecting that peace in Eurorje
IT. TL? h,?her rttD'r?.or 'o co.to,
and the 'bear
v iwri.u u.u noi
only temporary influence,
event can have
and that an addition to even present com par
Rbvely low cott must tend to still further
Saral)xe the demand for actual consumption,
a Saturday there wav a slight upward turn
again, owing in the main to an increased de
mand for March contract from the represen
tatives of Liverpool concerns, who were
thought to be buying for shipment against
maturing eupag.-iuenta. and this brought the
market t a ateady close."
Keceipts in il -mphis daring the official
week aggregated 10,227 bale, against 10,737
bales the prcvioa week, and 6727 bules the
corresponding week last soawn, and 12,
700 bale the season before. The total
receipts smcc September 1, 1877f were 33-1,734
bales, against 352,571 bale at the correspond
ing time last seaton, showing a decrease of
16,637 bales. Total receipts same time ia
1875-6 was 407,05 ball's.
Shipments dudng the official week agcre
pated 13,6 bale.agai nst 1 1 ,9j2 bales the pre
vious week, and 42j7 bales the corresponding
week last season. Total shipments since Sep
tember 1st are 2S0.002 bale, against 301.1ii6
bales the same time last year: a decrease of
The total stock on hand waa 60.024 bales,
against 6: 1,76.3 bale last week, and 56,773 bale
at thia time last year.
Sales during the week were 11,000 bale
6-VK) to exporter. 4150 to spinner, and 100
speculators. During the previous week the
total sales were H, 150 bale. During the cor
responding week last year the total sales were
6000 bales, of which exporter took 1150
bales, spinner 4350. speculator 500. Price
of middling cotton 10ic, against lljc at
the sann time last year.
The following table shows the course of the
Memphis market and the price of middling
cotton Irom tlw opening of the season:
12314 21503 12750110-
12 1 ftf ;273t) 18O50!IOl4
ld4K) lUoOO l'JMl
14717 HH03513800' 10S
1985.3 4587! 15500 IOSi
Idrtxl 57123 1 540O 101
1 1782 r)75l0; 10500! I0&8
2i '. I d
J an. IK
147X8 12XOH lOWO lof
1. 1 nimo
The following table shows the comparative
weekly total receipt and stock to date at all
the United States seaports :
84 155 1
2S46:t8 154575 290419
569852 283532 426240
1 223B 74
912815' 423672 6263 10
1062777 ;517935 716491
1431278 648071 879581
1590264 685879 931956
Total 2117367 23W1702
2153920 820011 947130
D28 227860 16(MU1
Total !2;i4527 7 1 255764.3; 2342552 ; 836284
Jan4! 161908 114994' 13968H
Total :2507135!272637i2482238 910178 065264
Jail 1869871 104493 1H01X3
Total 264636 1 27 7 1 1 30 264242 1
JalXi 151).I4' 111670 144406
Total. 279V45 2X8SOOi27H6X27
1589691 1M'5XOI 149416
2955914 299330, 2936243 8767281877424
10144U: 142XtVJ; lil.i9l
31093 Vi 8141442-30rl4lr2 907300 887120
1 83390 1 1436T2 1179951 I
8242 "i7 :82MX94 8I8Hn7,P16212i86871
1174571 120231 1093311 1
8360094 3405 1 32 329 1 3J8 91 95lt 898864
J10o772; 85769 111062
3465xiid 84lM01 84O2390 890doOi87788
Total 35573H4 3556131 '348x736 81H294;877016
Increase of receipts at United States ports
this year, 1233 bales, against 25,085 bales
decrease last week. Total stock at all port
613,29 bale i, against 877,016 boles same time
the year before; world's visible supply Feb
ruary 22d, 2,699,675 bales, against 3,050,609
bales at the lime time the year before.
The following shows the week's move
ment at Liverpool:
77i. ymr. Iutyrnr.
Week's sales 50.mk . 05.00O
Including for export 2,000 12.000
Including for speculation 2.0O0 3.000
Taten from snip's side 12 (hk) tt.ooO
Totl stock fli2,0O.) 895.000
Of which Amerletn 6o5.0Ol 595.000
Actual week's expoits 8.MX) 6.000
Weea'a receipt 101. OOO 69.000
Of which Imeriean 98.000 U.OOO
Total receipts since 8eit. latl26.0(X 1.926,000
Of which American l.lld.ooi) 1,081,000
mock afloat .... 299.000 489,000
Of which American 242.000 863.000
The signing of peace between Russia
and Turkey had an excellent effect
on the cotton market yesterday.
Liverpool was acMve at 1-164 ad
vance for spots, with 15.000 bales sold, while
buyers w-re olFning 3 32 J more for arrival.
In New York, also, an advance was obtained.
These things natuntlly made our market
firm, and arouea a good inquiry, considering
the local iofiueucs cf the day. Holder
were in no hurry to sen, and ottering were
light, although cotton waa from to Jo
batter. Quotations wero revised aa follow
l'rstrrrtry. IMiu Hrfore.
Cloan Stains K-f 94 7it .i9
Low ordinary t I
Onllnarr ft ft 71
Hood rdtnar r? 8-l , Hit
Low inld.UUU ? '1
Midllln rriOHn riUi
Hood mTiduim aio iiio
M l.ldlln fair O 1 1 1 ti 1 1 1
Fair a a
Market firm: good demand; light oilering.
Sales. 1400 bales, including 600 for export
and 650 for spinning.
Oottoji Ixouss. March 4.
.lock 8e(4niber 1. 1877 6,292
tteoeiTea lo-oar ;i.rv
Kecelved prerloaalr 835,863 839,622
hipped sloe last statement..... 2.885 344.914
aaipva prenous.. Z8,utt 284,961
stock (ronnms; aosount) 69,953
riiu far thia wee 4.888
Thus rar last week 8.8H4
Sine beptember 1st ...839.622
Memphis and Charleston railroad
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad .
Louisville, Nabvllle and ti t Southern R.B.
Paaucab and Memphis railway
Memthia ana liuio ttoc. railway.
Wagons and other source - loo
rbna far this week 4.950
Tbua far last week.. 2.825
Sines September 1st 284.961
Memphis and Charleston railroad 717
Mississippi and Tennessee railway. 842
Louisville, Nashville aud G't Southern K. B. 267
Steamers north. :
By rail north ,
by rail soulh
The New York World, of Friday, said:
"Besides the adverse (oreign account, re
ceipts at the porta and at the interior towns
of the south continued at figure in excess of
estimates, and much larger than at corre
sponding dates last year. Southern papers
generally say that there is still considerable
cotton to come forward, and admit that the
221 HI H031
. . V mT 1 . at awmajtw
crop will robly exceed T ,
There ia raaon to aoticir flHe
of this wek the deficienc p receipt at the
porta, wheh on the tent' of D,ber.w"
do lea nan 373,000 will be wiped
TVi. r.iswlno rvr. ts official telegrams of
the con Jilon of the times tic markets, aa re
Yestertava Nr fork telegrams reported:
0rdinary,8,4c; rood ordinary, 9 5-16c; low
middling 10 5-1S: middling, 11c; good mid
dling, llc AI10U30, firm; 12:15, firm and
116c turner: 217. steady; 3:10, stead.
Sale. 1(08 bales .
The fd lowing are the closing rates in ew
1 ork future yeorday and batuniay
1 102 10.04
1 IMS 11.3(1
11.21 19 11.22
I U.HHrZ 10.17
December . .
of the market at 10:15. firm; 11:10,
barely steady: 12:17. steady; 1:45, easy;
O.ia t .1.1:.... Q.17 KBol.
teay- s. WW balfM-
1 wewIJrleans closed firm at Itlc for mid-
dlimr. Sales. 6000 bales: receioU. net. 21.025
bales; gross, 22,941 bales; exports. Great
Britain, 10,.r51 bale; continent, 11,114 bales;
stock. 341.191 bale.
Yesterday's Liverpool telegrams reported
the market active and firmer: middling no-
lands, ed; Orleans, 6d. Sales, 15,000
bales, of which were American. Re
ceived, U.yiAl bales, o,4U0 of which were
Liverpool arrivals opened with buyers of
ferring 3 32d higher, but since easier;
March-April, 6 3 326'1; April-May, &d;
6 7-3263-16d; July-August, 6i; Augojst
September, 6d; October-November, 6tf
6 9-32d. Arrivals at the close of the market
The movement at the ports was reporter as
KM. 1 ,WW
firm. 2 lt
I Thu 1 Isut TteM V4K
' I Week. I Week. Slant Trnr.
Rc'u since Friday 43 853 37,525 ViZVZ
Kxp'tatott.Brttaln 20,250 25.U78 1958
Kxp'tstoContlnent 82.016 14.171 1,514
Btocfc 797.428 885,678 8fll.2d
The banks had nothing oat of the routine
to report; being the fourth, business was
more active, without any change Exchange
very was abundant, buying on New York
and th) east at if discount, selling at
premium; baying on New Orleans at M
discount, selling at par. The New York
Bulletin, of Friday, reports: "New York
exchange was quoted to day aa follows at the
places named: Savannah, & premium. Bos
ton, 25 cents discount. New Orleans com
mercial , bank par. Chicago, 80 discount.
bt. Imis, oO premiam. Charleston easier;
H 3-16 premium, 4 premium.
PARIS, March 4. Rentes, 109f. 90c.
NEW ORLEANS. March 4. Gold. 101
3102. New York sight par. Sterling
LONDON. March 4. Consols for money.
05 anil An uwinnl Q5S TTnitl
States 5-20s of 1865, 103: 5-20 0 1867, 107;
10-408, lOoH; new os. 104M: Erie. 9?; line
preferred, 23; Illinois Central. 75j.
NEW YORK. March 4. Money easy. 3
3 per cent., closing at 3K per cent. Prime
mercantile paper. 4bi64 per cent. Cus
toms receipts, $443,000. The assistant treas
urer disbursed $708,000. Clearings. $21.-
000.000. Sterling steady, 4834S6. Gold
weak; opened at 101 closed at 101. Car
rying rates 5 to 2 per cent. Specie imports
last week, $780,000. Silver at London, un
changed; here, silver bars, 120Jt greenbacks,
US?. gold; silver coin. 1 per cent, discount.
Government bonds strong; coupons of 1881,
106,4; do. 1865,new,103g;do. 1867, 106X;
do. 1868, 108K; new 5s, 103K; new 4s,
102; new 4a, 101K; 10-40s, 104&j 10-40.
coupons, 1046; currency 6s, 118$. State
bonds steady, with the exception of coal
hare and Pacific Mail stocks, which were
generally firm; Tennessee 6s, old, 36; Ten
nossee 6s, new, 35; Virginia 6s, old, 28;
Virginia 6s, new, 32; Missouri 6s, 105.
Railroad bonds were firm. Stocks were gen
erally firm, the Northwestern shares being
particularly strong, the common advancing
and the preferred ljif percent Lake
Shore and Now York Central advanced j4
per cent, each, and the remainder of the list
was steady to firm. The Commercial says
speculation appears to be waking up in rail
roads generally, and the look of the money
market and tbe gold premium favors more
active movement. Transactions aggregated
67,000 shares, of which 2000 were New York
Central, 14,000 Lake Shore, 7000 Northwest
ern common and 9500 preferred, 4000 St. Paul
common and 1200 preferred, 14,000 Lacka
wanna, 4000 Morris and Essex, 3000 Western
Union, 1200 Pacific Mail. Closing quotations:
Western Union telegraph, 76; Quicksilver,
174'; Quicksilver preferred, 29; Pacific Mail,
21; Mariposa, 101; Mariposa preferred
102; Adams Express. 99; Wells & Fargo
Express company, 84$; American Express
company, 48 United States Express com
pany. 51; New York Central, 104; Erie,
9; Erie preferred, 20; Harlem. 42; Mich
igan Central, 60; Panama, 29; Union Pa
cific stock. 63; Lake Shore, 61; Illi
nois Central, 74; Cleveland and Pittsburg,
69; Northwestern, 35; Northwestern pre
ferred, 63M; Cleveland, Columbus, Cincin
nati and Indianapolis, 29 Ju; New Jersey Cen
tral, 15; Rock Island. 99J; St. Paul,
37; St. Paul pref erred, 10; Wa
bash, 15jtf; j-ort Wayne, OS; Ten Haute,
104 ; Terre Haute preferred.20; Chicago and
Alton. 67; Chicag) and Alton preferred.
96; Ohio . and Mississippi, 107; Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 46; Atlantic
and Pacinc telegraph. 20K: Missouri Pacific
101K;Chicago, Burlington and Qnincy, 99;
Hannibal and St. Joe, 110; Central Pacilic
bonds, 105$: Union Pacific bonds, 105;
Union Pacihc land grants, 104;Union Pacific
sinning 1 an as, vz.
The weather was splendid yesterday, br k
JUardi-Uraa pleasures curtailed business. Co fl
sale of 100 sack at 43c. Comhran Baler
of 54 sacks at $12. Cornmeal very strong,
selling at mill and on landing at $2 40. Po
tatoes were again looking up. with a lively
demand; sales of 150 barrels rose at $1 60
and 25 at $1 65, 350 of peerless at $1 50, 100
of russets at $1 30. Egg were again plenty
and lower at 10 i 10c. Chickens heavier at
$2 50(33 25. Turkeys quiet at $10(215.
tferchaata' Wholeaale Cask Prices.
Chamber of Oommercm Official Statement.
Flocr Quiet; superfine, $5 25; double
extra, $5 75; treble extra, $6 25; choice fam
ily, $6 75; fancy. $7 25 7 50 per barrel.
Corhmkal Kiln-dried, $2 552 60 per
Cork Firm and higher; mixed, 50(3 52c;
white, 52 53c per bushel; ear, 45c per
Oats Firm, brisk demand; mixed, 41
42c; white, 43 45c per bushel; black seed,
45c per bushel.
Bkah Firm and very scarce, $1(3105.
Hat Firm, good demand ; choice western,
$16(317; prairie, nominally $39 50; mixed,
$14(315 per ton.
Bulk. Pork (As to ageV Shoulders. 4(3
4Vfc; long clear, 535c; clear rib, 5c;
clear sides, 56c; casked, .if(5 higher.
Bacoh (Loose) Breakfast, 88c;
sugar-cured haras, nncanvased, 99cj
packed, H!4c higher.
Mas Pork Mess Dork,heavy,$ll 75(312.
Lard Quiet; in tierce, 88Jkfc; kegs,
S(3 9c; half barrels, 8g9c; pail, 20 lb,
Baling Stuftsj Bagging, 2 lb, according
to quality, lOJtfc; bagging, 2Af lb, accord
ing to quality, 10c: oaling twine, 12c; iron
tie, per bundle, $2 25.
Mackkrxl Half barrels. No. 1. $7 75
8 25; half barrels. No. 2. $6 25(?6 75; heli
barrels. No. 3, $6, kits. No. 1, $1 55(31 65;
kite. No. 2, $1 25(31 40; kits, No. 3, $1 10(3
Cotm Ordinary, 1717Kc; fair, 18
(319c; good, 19c; prime, 20(320c; choice,
2121c: Java, 2730c; Cordova, 2122c.
Rica Ordinary to choice, 6J(37c.
Sugar Louisiana (In hhds) Fair,
6c; fully fair, 7jrfc: pruno. 7c; choice,
8 He; yellow clarified, 9Mc; white clarified,
9310c; barreled, jtfc higher.
Sugar Kefinkd Refined A, per lb,
10c; crushed and powdered, 11c; granulated,
11c; cut loaf, HMQllH'c.
MoLAaflBS Common, 27c; fair 30c: prime,
34(3 36c; strictly prime, 40(341c: choice, 44
46c; half brU 5c higher.
Syrups Common to fancy, 35 (3 65c.
Salt Coarse and common fine, per brl,
$1 25(31 30; dairy, in brls, $1 75; Liver
pool, coarse, sacks, $1 25; Liverpool, fine,
sacks, $1 40(31 50.
Soap Resin and German. 446jc; Lat
ting's Dixie, 4c; Latting's laundry, 5,c;
Latting'a German, 6c; refined oil, 6c
Cahdlro Boxes, full weight. 13Ue: half
voxea, 10: quarter ooxes, 14HC
Limb $1 25.
CnsfKirr Louisville. t,1 25: HoaedaJe
ESCTTLSNTS AND FrOTTS Annlns nnminal-
Iv, per brl. $67; lemonii. per box, $4 50
(35; oranges, per brl, $10 5(XU; potrtoes,
per brl, $1 351 50; potatoes seed. $1 75
2; cabbage, per crate, $2 503; onions, $2 50
3: beans, per bushel, $232 50; dried
apples, 5c; dried peaches, 67c.
Misckjxankoub Butter western table,
choice. 23 (3 25c; butter, a' 16c;
egg, 11c; nail, per ker, $2 502 60; vin
egar, per gallon. 1825c; tobacco, per lb,
43(3 90c; .pice, 18c; Pt"?
$14(314 50; oyster (light) 1 tt, 6570c;
yter (light) 2 ft. $1 201 25; coal
oil, 20c; matches, $6 50; cotton rope,
17Xo; ffrass pe. H12Kc; powder,
keg, $6 35; shot patent $2 15; soda,
kegs, 4fc; soda, wuww. 5jc; cheese, 12
313c; new raisins, $2 25.
LOUISVILLE, March 4. Flour was quiet
$4 505. Wheat firm; red. $120. Corn
in fair demand. 42 43c. Oats steadv. 31(4
33c Hay steady, $9(312. Pork quiet $10 75.
Lard quiet; choice leaf, tierce, 7 (3 8c;
choice leaf. keg. 88& Bulk meat are
dull, 3(33, 5g5, 5 (35.. Bacon
dull, 43(34. 6. 60, loose. Sugar-cured
hams, 8(3 9Mc- Whisky, $1 02.
CINCINNATI, March 4. Flour dull and
drooping; family, $5 20(36 50. Wheat ir
regular, $H01 15. CornIquet bat firm,
40 (341c Cats dull and nominal, 28(331c.
Pork dull, weak and lowe', $10 50. Lard
inactive and lower; steam, 7.10c bid, 7.12c
asked; ketle. 77c Bulk meats dull
and nomir&l. 3, 5, 5e. Bacon dull and
a shade lower, 434. 56, 6
6Wc. Vhisky, $1 02. Uogs active and
a shade higher, $3 504 10; receipts. 1754
head; shipments, 1600 head.
NEW YORK, March 4. Flour dull and
heavy; superfine, $4 10(34 90; St. Louis,
$5 10(38. Wheat quiet; No. 2 Chicago,
$1 26; moderate business. Corn moderate
demand; steam, mixed, 52(352c. Oats
firmer; mixed western, 35(3 38c. Coffee
quiet; Rio, cargoes, 14JSjf17Jc,' jobbing at
14M3186 gold. Sugar quiet but firm;
737c; refined. 89c. Molas
ses in frir demand; New Orleans, 28 50c.
Pork rXill. $10 75 10 85. Middles quiet,
Lard quiet 7.327.40c. Whis
ky $1 07.
ST. LOUIS, March 4. Flour weak, un
settled and lower to sell. Wheat dull, heavy
and lower; No. 3 red, $1 181 19 cash,
$1 13Ja March bid; No. 4 spring quiet,
$1 07 bid cash. Corn lower, 4lMc
cash. 4141c March. 4142c April.
Oats firmer, 26c cash, 25o bid for March.
Rye quiet 55c cash. Whisky lower, $1 02.
Pork lower, $10 60(310 65 cash: $10 32 bid
for March. Dry salt meat dull; shoulders,
3c; long clear, 5c; short rib, 5.35c. Bacon
dull and lower, 4, 56c. Lard dull and
CHICAGO. March 4. Flour dull. Wheat
in fair demand at lower rates, closing heavy;
No. 2. $1 03 bid cash; $1 071 07 April.
Corn in fair demand and lower, at 42c.
Oitsdull, weak and lower, 21c. Pork dull,
weak and lower, $9 95 cash; $1010 02
April. Lard in fair demand at lower rates,
7.077.10c cash; 7.127.15c April.
Bulk meats dull and nominal, 3, 5.05(3
5.37c. Whisky, $104.
Second Board. At the close wheat was
unsettled and lower, $1 07 1 07. Corn
unsettled and lower, 42c April. Oats easier,
34c April. Pork firmer and 2c higher.
Lard firmer and2c higher.
1NH.W I una.. Marco. 4. Business con
tinues light with the commission houses, and
me joDDing traae improve siowiy. uocton
goods are quiet, but fairly steady. Quilts and
piqaes are in moderate request. Prints are
moving in moderate lots. Ginghams are in
steady demand. Men s-wear woolens are
quiet. Foreign goods are rather more active
Weather and Rivers.
The table and dispatches below give offi
cial particulars concerning the weather and
Orric aieir al bbrvick. obs. d.'s. a.,
Maxpais. March 4, 1878.
Leaven worth ... .
Blow blah water mark of 1874.
LOCAL PB8KBVATIOH8 tSMTKBDAl.
Time. Bar. Tber Wind. P'n Weather.
a.m. 80.18 89 If! .00 Cloudy.
2:00 P.m. 80.24 46 8W. .00 Clear.
BrfK) p.m. 80.22 47 8. 1 .00 Clear.
Maximum thermometer, 52 (teg.
Minimum thermometer, 88 deg.
Total ralnfaU .00 lnchea.
W. M. M'ELBOr. 8gt. Slg. Ser. U. 8. A.
ViCKflBUHG, March 4. Weather clear.
Thermometer 58 deg. River rose 4 inches
JNo boats up.
Nsw Oblkans, March 4. Weather clear.
Thermometer 70 deg. Arrived: Belle of
Shreveport and Alice, St Louis; Thompson
Dean, Memphis, sio departures.
Pittsburg, March 4 Noon. River 8 feet
2 inches, and rising. Weather cloud? and
cool. .Night River 8 feet 3 inches, and
rising slowly. - Weather cloudy and cool.
Cincinnati, March 4 Noon. River fall
ing. Weather cloudy and cold.... Night-
River 24 feet and falling. Weather clear
and cool. Arrived : U. P. Schenck, New Or
St. Louis, March 4. River rising, and
isjnow 16 feet 10 inches above the low-water
mark. Weather clear and cool Arrived
City of Chester, Memphis; City of Helena
and Capitol City, Vicksburg. Departed:
Vitj of Uhester, Memphis
Cairo, March 4 Noon. Weather cloudy
ana cooi. Arrived: a. v. laeger, JNew Or
leans, 1 a.m.; Centennial, St Louie, 11 a.m. ;
bte. uenevieve. Memphis, noon. ' Departed
H. C. Yaeger, St Louis, 2 a.m.'. . .Night
River 32 feet 10 inches, and rising. Weather
clear. Thermometer 10 deg. Departed:
ace. uenevieve, st. Liouis, o p.m.
Tesnesit) at the levee.
John B. Maude, Vicksburg; Kehlor, Cuas
P. Cboateau, C. B. Church and John A. Scud
der, New Orleans; Andy Bautn and A. C.
Dannally. Cincinnati: Osceola Belle. John
son's landing: Alf. Stevens. Dyersburg;.Belle
Memphis and City of Vicksburg, bt. Louis
Hard Cash. White river; Katie Hooper anc
Hattie Nowland, Arkansas river; West Wind,
St. i rancis river ; Uoanoma and Ujorge W.
Cheek, Friars Point; Phil Allin Arkansas
City; Illinois, Vicksburg; Petrel, Hatchie
' J. B. M. Kehlor and John B. Maude, St.
Louis; C. B. Church, Cincinnati; A. C. Don-
nally, New Orleans; City of Vicksburg,
Chas. P. Chouteau, John A. Scudder, Andy
tsaum, Ait. bteveP8, uoanoma, Osceola belle,
Belle MpmnhiR. Hard Cash. Katie Honrwr.
Geo. "W. Cheek, West Wind, Phil Allin, Illi
nois, flattie JNowiand and retret
Down Golden Rule and Centennial.
Up Grand Tower and Suse Silver.
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY.
New Orleans Charles P. Chouteau, Wm.
Thorweigan, master, twelve p.m.
St. Louis Belle Memphis, James A
Yore, master, twelve p.m.
BOATS LEAVING WEDNESDAY.
Cincinnati Andy Baum, H. J. Vinton,
master, nve p.m
St. Louis Grand Tower, George Lenox,
master, len a.m.
Johnson's Landing Osceola Belle, J. G.
Andrews, fmaster, five p.m.
St. Francis River West Wind, J. D.
Randall, master, five p.m.
White River Hard Cash, E. C Postal.
master, hve p.m.
Arkansas River Hattie Nowland, Jas.
Reese, master, five p.m.
Friars Point Coahoma, Stack Lee, mas
ter, five p.m.
Friars Point Geo. W. Cheek, Mark R.
Cheek, master, ten a.m.
Vicksburg Illinois, J. F. Huls, master
New Orleans John A. Scudder, J. F.
Hicks, master, five p.m.
Dykrsburo Alf Stevens, A. M. Stevens,
master, five p.m.
JohnJJ. Maude 22 bales cotton.
A. C. Don nally 25 tons sundries.
Petrel and barge 150 bales cotton, lot seed
Coahoma 325 bale cotton, 465 sacks cotton-seed,
Alf Stevens 112 bales cotton, 163 sacks
corn, 1 pkgs sundries.
Chas. P. Chouteau 20 hhd nmr. Oil
brls molasses, 32 pkga sundries.
George W. Cheek 48 bale cotton, 55
sacka cotton-seed, 10 pkgs sundries.
Illinois ito oaies cotton,3 bags seed-cotUn,
44 sacks cotton-seed, 40 pkgs sundries.
Phil Allin 185 bale cotton. 9ft ham uwl.
cotton, 96 sacks corn, 56 pkgs sundries.
John A. Scudder 11 bale cotton, 10 hhds
sugar, 231 brls molawe 112 pkg. sundries.
City of Vicksburg 440 brl flour and
meal, 583 sacks corn and oata, 27 pkg3 sun
dries. -- -
Tlottk Nowland brought or,t ol Arkansas
100 brls cfil,1.rV
river, 227 bales cotton,
Hard Cash brought out of WhC-Hver.
465 bales cotton, 176 sacks cotton-jusi 2-
pkgs sundries. o '
Osceola Belle 89 balss cotton, K bags
seed-cotton, 145 sacks cotton-seed, 84 sacks
corn, 67 pkgs sundries.
Katie Hooper brought out of 'alrtnsas
river, 510 bales cotton, 3 biuji,l-(D
53 brls oil. 38 pkgs sundries. , :
West Wind brought out of St Francis
nver, 300 bales cotton. 15 bar ed cotton,
950 sacks cotton soed, 10Q pK" nndrM.
Andy Baum 166 pkg turniture, l-2 bales
hay, 719 sacks corn. 676 kegs nail. 341 brls
potatoes, 14 horse and mfdea, 1600 pkgs
Belle Memphis 1400 brls flour and meal,
1511 sack corn, 20 sk bats, 130 bale hay,
92 bales cotton, 26 baerf seed-cotton, 105 ks
cotton, 36 head cattle, l21 horse and mules,
62 hogs, 1500 pkgs suadne.
Busines brisk yesterday.
S. F. Hilzheim, of Pine Bluff, is in the
aly. . .
The John B. Maude passed up on time for
St. Louis Sunday.
The J. B. M. Kehlor passed up Sunday af
ternoon loaded flat for St. Liuis.
A dispatch from Cincinnati says the Robin
sunk the barge Saltma, at Madison, yester
day. The John A. Woods, with a tow of coal,
passed down for New Orleans Sunday eve
ning. Colonel J. G. Prather, of St. Louis, well
known in river circles, and Ellis Harris, of
St. Genevieve, are in the city.
The John A. Scudder arrived yesterday
evening, bringing a good trip of passengers.
She returns to-morrow evening.
The City of Vicksburg discharged about
one thousand packages and added twenty
t)ns as she passed down yesterday.
The C. B. Church had about 400 tons, after
adding 150 barrels oil, as she passed up for
Cincinnati early yesterday morning.
The Katie Hooper and Hattie Nowland,
both tastefully decorated, arrived with all
they could bring oat of Arkansas river.
Joe So'.ari, of whom the up-river papers
have been writing elaborate obituaries, is get
ting well, and will soon be at his post agair.
lhe Charles P. Choteau arrived from New
Orleans yesterday, and returns at twelve
o'clock to-night She brojget, in a good list
The Future City and Warner, both with
tows of bar tree, passed ud for St Louis Sun
day, and the Oakland passed up yesterday I
wun a low oi empties.
Captain James S. Wise, Captain James D.
Parker, and Captain Ben Merrilees arrived
by rail from Cincinnati yesterday, and are
guests of the Peabody.
The Belle Memphis put off 4943 packages
at the elevator. She registered 396 cabin
passengers on the down trip. She returns to
St. Louia at twelve o'clock to night.
The arrival of steamers, laden a? every
one was with crowds of pleasure-seeking hu
manity, was among the attractive features.
The bluffs were crowded all day long.
A Vicksburg telegram states that the Ash
land has been libeled and seized by the
United States marshal on a claim for salvage
brought by the Susie Silver transportation
(Japtain Milt Harry, of the White river
mail line, arrived from Washington yester-
aay, Dy rail. ie completed nis arrange
ments for a new packet, to be finished Dy
The Ashland, loaded with cotton, out of
Arkansas river, for New Orleans, sprang a
leak below Natchez, had to unload her cot
ton, and was pumped out by the Susie Silver,
She reloaded and went on to New Orleans.
A Chinaman, in a skiff, ran into the coal
fleet at the mouth of Wolf. Sunday morning.
the result being the skiff capsized, John went
overboard, and would have drowned but for
the timely appearance of two of the tug De
Soto's crew, who pulled him out.
The A. C. Donnally passed down yester
day, full of people. She lay here all day,
her people witnessing the advent of King
Momus. She had 1500 tons of freight an 1
eighty-fave cabin passengers. She arrived at
five o'clock yesterday morning, and left
A visit to all the steamers yesterday as they
arrived revealed the fact that ample, even
bountiful, preparations had been made by the
officers of each of the packets for the comfort
and amusement of their passengers, and the
universal expression was that all had enjoyed
a glorious time on the trip.
1 he Hard Cash arrived from White river
with all she could carry. Here are the names
of some of her passengers: Augusta Nathan
Gregory, J. W. Sallee, R. J. Smith, Colonel
Hatch and Polk House, editor Woodruff
County Vidette; DeS'Arc B. B. Bethell,
Frank Fittman and K. A. Oldham; bt.
Charles J. R. Walton, Dr. Parker and E. J.
Jenkins: De Witt M. Billingsley.DeWitt In
dicator, L. C. Smith; Indian Bay-MUolonel
Sam Black and wife, Major W. H. Boyce and
wife, T. Cartwright, Miss Ida Colton, B. P.
Jackson, F. E. Adams, James Baugh, of the
White County Record, and Colonel Burton, of
the Clarendon Sun.
SWEET LSJH AY Y
Awarded hiahmt vrim st CentennUl Expomuon ior
Ant chewing qualitiet knd txeeOeiu ami laMtng cnar-.--
- - , m Th best tobacco
utr VJ . lix. .... iff w. a j m wy. -
ert made. A our blue strip trade-mark la closely
Imitated on Inferior goods, see that Jaekton' Beet is
on every pins', ooia Dy au aeaiers. cena iot sample,
free, to C. A. JaCkboic A Co.. Mfrs., Peterebnrg, Vs.
NT A It CI I.
ion Ton Starch
Is absolutely odorless, and Chemically Pure.
It Is snowflake white.
It is susceptible of the highest and most lasting
It possesses greater strength of body than other
traae Dr&nas. -
It Is packed in Pound Parcels. Full Weight guar
It costs less money than any Starch In the world.
It Is manufactured In the heart of the greatest
cereal region oi roe uiorje.
It Is Sold universally In Ameilca by Grocers and
Its annual consumption reaches Twenty Million
Erkenbrecfutr'i World-Fanwa Corn Starch for Food-
JELISC EI.LAM KO US.
Advancing years, care, sickness, disappointment
and hereditary predisposition, all operate to turn
the hal gray, and either ot them Inclines It to shed
prematurely. Atkr's Haib Vigor will restore faded
or gray, light and red hair to a rich brown or deep
black, as may be desired. It softens and cleanses
the scalp, giving It a healthy action, and removes
and cures dandruff and humors. By its use falling
hair is checked, and a new growth will be produced
In all eases where the follicles are not destroyed or
glands decayed. Its effects are beautifully shown on
brashy. weak or sickly hair, to which a few applfca
tlons will produce the gloss and freshness ot youth.
Harmless and sure In Its operations, It Is Incompar
able as a dressing, and is especially valued for the
soft luster and richness of tone It Imparts. It eon-
tains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil or color
white cambric; yet It lasts long on the hair, and
kteps It fresh and vigorous.
For Ealb bt all Dealbrs.
fTOTICE la hereby gl en, that a certificate for 10
BDares, iso. imi, oi me mini ciiy Building an
ixan association, issued to V. 11. Fhllp, and bear-
rofr date ot January 17, 187, haa been lost or mis
laid, and that I have applied to said Association
lor a duplicate cenincate oi stock.
Memphis. Feb. IB. 1878. J. A. POLLOCK.
J. B. & W. A. Faires,
(Late of Torreet ft Faires), Dealers In
MULES & HORSES
No. 55 iTnion street.
Near Postofflce Me iphls, Tens.
A lare assortment of 8tock always on hand.
Kverylhlng guaranteed as represented.
TH0S. H. HUHT ft CO..
OLD CHEHICAIi D1K HOU8EI
Established, 1869. 10 JefTersoa mU
LADIES' and Gentlemen's g&nrents Dyed ar
Cleaned In a superior manner: also. mnaJrinu
gentlemen's garments aX shortest notice. Ail work
warranted. Woods by express promptly attended la.
I wast lOOO A areata to Caavaea for
THE COMPLETE HERBALIST.
I will give such terms and furnish such advertising
fadllUea that no man need make less than S200 per
month and all sinenses, no matter .hMi,., ha
eanvMsed Before or not. Address Dtt. O. PHKLPS
BROWN, 21 rand street, Jersey City. N. J., and
full pardeulBTs wiU be sent by return mall.
r 'iMW.rrtrrtfBtfi a
8TEA HBO ATS.
To Coldwater Shippers.
rrai PARISOT LINE will send a boat
to Coldwater. Inn Tin- Vlcksbure SAT
L'RD AY, March Wh. at 5 p.m. Through bills lading
given, It desired. AD. STORM,
Superintendent Elevator Co.
Bearstfar Memphis) and Sew Orleans)
Packet for the HfaMs.
str. T. A.. Scudder,
i. F. Hicks master I Chas. H. Dtx clerk
Leaves Memphis for Vicksburg, Natchex, New Or
leans and all way and bend landings
Wednesday, February 20th, at 5 p.m.
Wednesday, March rtth, at n p.m.
Wednesday, March 2Uth, at 5 p.m.
Shippers and travelers can rely on the strictest
punctuality, as the Scudder will always leave on time.
WASHINGTON A CAKTEit, B. B. Lee WbarfboaU
Reajalar Hemphla and Blew Orleaas
Packet far the Heaaoau
Thompson lean, ZZFSi
Jas. H. Pepper master I Frank Peck clerk
Leaves Memphis for Vicksburg, Natchez, New Or
leans and all way and bend landings
Wednesday, February 13th, at 8 p.m.
Wednesday, February 27tn, at 5 p.m.
Shippers and travelers can rely on thia One steamer
leaving punctually on time, tor freight or passage
apply on board.
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent.
Memphis and Vicksburg Pkt. Co.
For Ylcksbnrg and All Way Landings.
Will leave every TUESDAY, at 5 p.m.
For Arkansas City and All Way Landings
Str. PHIL ALMN,St
Will leare every MONDAY and THURSDAY, at
5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to
JOHN J. DARBAGH, Sup't
R. W. LTOHTBTTRNK. Agent, Front st
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
V. 8. HalI For Oseeala, BTew -lladrld
JAlckmaji and tat. Iionls.
Steamer 8TE. GENEVIEVE.
Sim McPheeters master
Will leave WEDNESDAY. March otu, at 12 noon.
Bnp't Mississippi River Elevator Company
U. 8. nail For Oseeala, "Hew Madrid
Hickman, Cairo and ft. IiOals.
Steamer BELLE MEMPHIS
James A. Yore master 4
Leaves TUESDAY, March 5th, at midnight.
Sup't Mississippi River Elevator Company.
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Regular Memphis and St. Francis Rlv. TJ. 8. Mall Pkt
J. D. Randall master I D. B. Abrahens clerk
Will leave for MARIANNA, the CUT-OFF and
WITTSBURG on WEDNESDAY, ttth Inst-, at 12 m.
positively, connecting at Wlttsburg with R. S. Trip
let! for tbe Sunk Lands. Apply on board.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Regular Memphis ft Keyr Orleans Packet
THE NEW IRON STEAMER
W. H. Thorweigan.. .master G. Mlltenberger. .clerk
Will arrive Monday, March 4th, and leave at mid
night TUESDAY, March 5th, for Vicksburg, Natchez,
New Orleans and way landings.
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
BRADFORD x ELY. Agents. 304 Front st.
Regular Memphis and Hew Orleans
Packet for tbe Seaaon.
Tna One and commodious passenger steamer
B. B. Pegram master I J. H. Chassalng clerk
w m leave as aoove, making way lanaings, ou
Wednesday, Mavrch 13th. at S p.i
and every alternate Wednesday during the season.
or ireigm or passage Hppiy on Doara, or to
BRADFORD A ELY, Agents. 8fl4 Front at
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Memphis and Ohio River racket Comply
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
H. J. Vinton master I M. M. Deems clerk
leaves n'KIJSKlA IT. March O, S pan.
Ticketing passengers through to New York
for JMO; Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, and
all points North and East at proportionally low rates,
meals and staterooms on steamer Included.
Fortrelght or passage apply to
R. W. L1GHTBURNE. Sup't, 2flft Front st.
FOR FRIARS POINT.
LEE LINE. STK AllliliS!
GARBTINQ XjNITBD STATES HAIL.
Stacker Lee master I E. B. Thomas clerk
Leaves EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FBIDAY, at 6 p.m., for Helena, Friars Point and
all way and plantation landings.
J. T. WASHINGTON. ent. 800 Front at.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
JH1IT HABBY LIMK.
Bfemphls) White River and Black liiver
u. . nail raeKets.
For Indian Bay. St. Charles, Clarendon.
Biuii, ues axe, Aiigusia, jeoKsonpon, west roui,
Searcy, Bates vllle, Powhattan and
The elegant passenger steamer
M. R. Harrv master.
Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY, at 6 p.m.. eoa
netting direct with the new Black River U. S. Mall
Packet MILT HARRY for Pewhattan and Pocahon
tas, and with Dally Packets to Bates vllle and Upper
Whlta river. Through rates to all points.
Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line. Memphis or
Terrene, will be premptly forwarded.
3. T. WASHINGTON, Ag't, K. K Lee Wharfboat.
w. muuii Agent, a. iee wnanpoat.
scalar Independent Btempj
tvmte Hiver araeiaet.
aror ABgnNta, J aeksoopor
t. West Point.
earey ana an w ay anoints.
Tbe Regular Indeoendent Packet.
ag. u. roexai
Will leave EVERY
........j... ........... wtyuiui
w jiurtjtaijAr, ac 6 o cioca
am. Throngh bills of lading to all points on upper
w nue ana macs: nvers.
Apply for freight or passage to
8.W. LIGHTBUHNB, 298 Front Street:
R. P. GLKNN. Aimnt. on Wharfboat.
FOR AS II PORT.
Memphis and Osceola racket Line Carrying United
otates Sinn. a learner
Osceola ISelle, Ja
3. Q. Andrews master I B. O. Mlchell clerk
Leaves Memphis every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m., for Randolph, Fulton, Osce
ola and Ash port. Passengers and shippers please
bear la mind that we leave on time. Freight re
ceived at Glenn's wharfboat at all times.
R. P. GLENN, Agent
DYERSBTJRG AND HALES POINT.
Dyersborg and Hales Point Packet Co.
TT 8. mail steamer DYKRSBUBG, a J. '
Berry, master. leaves Drersbunr ev
ery Tuesday and Saturday, at 5 o'clock p.m., making
close connection wun bi. i,ouis Anccor-ime steamers
and Meinphls and Cincinnati packets at Hales Point.
Leaves Hales Point every Wednesday and Sunday
evenings tot Key uorner. pyerspnrg and way land I ngs.
S01 So. Clark St., Cnisago. 111.
DR. C IIIGKLOW Imu all 6RXCAL A KB
fHROMC BISK1MKS sufrlr, snrelT, nrivato.
iT.SPKRStTOKRHIKt. HKXD4L DKRILU'V.
itKKVOI t-MWH, UPOTKNCT. BmTCIIKS 79
TIIK VAVK, te., reixlertnt BsRRIAUK t
.PKOPkU. mrmsaoitlT raraL Psmnh'.etrsA'
'-psire. fo'Seents postsice. Ht aARRIAGl.
(II IDK OR RKXUAL PAT HOLOfi V. nmi o'
CUU lai-K. psKai ll,l.i:sTKATKD. eontalntnr murh th.t mn
never before pablisaed, tent tor 60 ou. fa a aaeured envetoix.
CONSULTATIONS free and CONPlDKXTIAla OIUo. Boons -a.
m. to I p. m. 8qq4sts I to 4 p. a.
. H. HOLST. T. W. HOLHT.
e. M. HOLST & BKO.
3XO Main, opp. Peabody Hotel.
ALWAYS on hand, a large assortment of Metallic
Cases anl Caskets, and Wooden Cofflcs, ef
Orders by telegrapn
ses shipped C. O. D.
paompUy Glie-3, csr
J. 3. SULLIVAN.
Flaherty & Sullivan,
S17 Second Street, near Konroe
METALLIC AND WOODEN BURIAL CASKS
and ClftirTH Vlmanl &nhu Aanta a,,4 -
Cof?i5L TrtmminKS. Orders by telegraph sent promptly
IMPORTER AND DXALXB IN
14 Union Street. Memohis. Tenn.
ALL THE BANKS,
. is knxt Street.
B. K. TLA1X.
Yf. A. 1Y1LLIAXS.
W.H.EABER & CO
Doors, Sash, Biinds, foldings
ALL I!CDS OF
Rough & Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Etc
OFFICE AND FACTORY:
3GO Second street, Hemphig, Tenn.
HEM) FOR OUR NEW AND
SLEDGE, EfllAY & CO.,
GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS
Nos. 371 and 373 Main Street.
THE undersigned have this day entered Into a copartnership, nnder the tlrm name ot Cubblns, Sunn A
Faan. for the purpose ef carrying on the Foundry and Machine Business In .MemDhis. at the old
stand ot Cubblns &
uunn. This the ninth day of
Nos. 163 to 171 Adams street,
FOUNDRT& MACHINE SHOP
tAII work in our line solicited.
B. H. CARBERy.
OARBBRT & CASEY,
Importers and Wholesale Liquor I71erchant"s,
Nos. 347 Front street, IVIempIiis, Tenn.
M. IT. COOVEK.
Ooover & Miller,
DOORS. SASH, BUN DS.Etc
FRAMES OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding and Dressed Lumber
of all kinds, kept constantly on hand. Gin-work and Tanks made to order.
Also Cottonwood Flooring, Ceiling and Siding for sale. We beg an
inspection of our large stock.
181 and 173 Washington St., Memphis.
LEADING COOK STOVES!
R. I, COCHRAN.
(Onacessors to M. E. A J. W.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, and
Office and Yard at foot
Salesroom "o. 4 Howard Row.
vrmra haw on hand
a choice lot of flooring,
Lumber. Boueb and Dressod Pickets.
J no. H. Sullivan.
M. G-avin & Co.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Coinmission Merchants.
QOQ Front Street,
JJetween Adamti and Jefferson.
Our Major T. J. COWGILL devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale of all Cotton intrusted to a
cbaree. We have our own Cotton Warehouse, corner Washington anJ Second
OFFER, AT POPULAB PRICES,
GARDEN, FIELD and OBASS
BRISLY COMBIJfATIOX and CALUOUiN
FBUIT A I OBSiaEKTAL
CRAIG'S SEED STORE, 877 379 MAIN STREET,
Fruit Trees and Evergreens,
Farm Implements, Etc.,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
223 Main, under Worsham House
Browne, the Plumber.
Qu Fixture ! a Fitting!
lirssM Fittings I
J. W. X. 15ROW1VE,
258 Second St., opp. Court Squars
W. II. EIDER.
WM. N. FAG AN, formerly Foreman Union Iron Works.
SEWI for CATALOGUE
SAM'L A. HATCHES
all kinds of Tacking Boxes.
of Washington Street.
Saw Kill In Nary Yard.
Celling, Siding, Lattice, Framing, Fence and Dreaved
i, Liuns, tmufeiea ioor ana
H. J. Clark
3 .'.V' a ' --i . -T - -i
In 1463 Towns and Villages,
in 908 Counties,
in 74 Cities, in 18 States,
Where they can be seen on sale and In successful
FOR COAL OR WOOD.
THE LADY GAY,
F. J. TTJUNBUXIi
80LK AG JEST,
Dealer la Stoves, Tinware, Oils, Iitapa
and IIonae-FurniBBinar Goods,
234 3jfain St.. Memphis
AT TO K A E1H-ATLAW.
GEH. JAMES R. CH.4LMERS.
V. a WAUDJ5LL.
ST. JOHN WADDELL.
Chalmers, Waddell & Waddell,
ATT0BNE YS-AT-LA )Y,
Tallica County ...Mississippi.
ABSTRACTS of land tltlee In Tunica county fur
nished. There are very few perfect land titles
in Tunica county, and their adjustment la a matter
of much Importance to land own era. We will glre
special attention to these matters. Also to buying,
Belling, renting and leasing lands, paring taxes,
making collections, etc
daw CHALMERS, WADPELL ft WADDELL.
31. D. Ij. STEWART,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
Ofilce- Xo. 177 Main Street, Xemphls.
WILL practice In the Courts of Law and Cbai
eery la West Tennessee and North Mlajlala
aijl, and give special attention to collection, oon
IN PRICES OF
LEA & PERKINS1
of a uttkb f rem a
ih at Madras to bis
And applloahle to
"Tell Lka Pb
rins that their Sauce
la highly esteemed
In India, and la In
my opinion the most
palatable, as well as
tbe moM wholwome
6au tb.it Is made."
TUUS GIVING THE CONSUMER NOT ONLT
THE BEST, HUT THE MOST ECONOM
SIGNATURE la on EVERT BOTTLE.
J0HX DUCAX'S SOSS,
9 M array street sad t ITal.a Square,
AN INSTITUTION for I0UNG LADIES,
Situated on the Camberlaad Plateau.
School Term opens March 15th.
School Term cloeea December 15th.
For particulars, address
MRS. M. L. TERGER,
MRS. H. B. KJXLS, Principals,
MRS. TERGER will be In Memphis, at 81 Adam.'
street, from the 7th to the 14th of March, and wlii
take with her to the Plateau any pupils who may be
placed under ber charge.
Direct Prom JLoncloii.
First Importation of the Justly celebrated
HUN Y AD I JAKOS and
Just received at
FURSTEMIE1H & WELLFOKD.
For sale everywhere. GENERAL AGENTS
Whv EufTer with DFHleisia or 1 Jciu
arbc. when ibry uiay be epeetlily cured
by l?arkerj.iiirrrr Tonic J A dote
before meali rrrcuriheiis the sjipellte, 8nJ
enables the t,-rau!i to easily di-s-t it
food. This pltvut remedy prcmpily
checks Blarrii-u t wiinont lcn-ii-patinir
the buwcN. t'ouiiimplivn
i.d welcomo relief, and a:taJ:ly Riin
ptrenth from Its iuvisoratins pn pertijs.
It is the best remedy for Coughs and
Co! da, and the A?ed and those too
feeble to bear the cold of wi-trr. Cad a
comforting strength In its vitalizing
warmth. Crumps, Colic, Dysen
tery, lieu rt burn end Cliolcra. In
faniun quickly yield to this remedy,
and it overcomes li lieu mat ism and
Goat by correcting acidity of the stomach
and promoting healthy secretions,
Sold by all Druggista.
THOa GAFF JAS. W. GAFF HENRY W. SMITH
T. & J. W. APE & CO
Distillers of Bourbon and Eje
A IT BOB A. ISDIAJTA.
HENRY W. SMITH THOS. GAFF JAa W. GAFF
HENRY W. SMITH & CO.,
EE-DISTLLLEES OF B0CBB0N & EYE
AU goods made by the above Vnises fully guaranteed
aa represeniea. ti. ts. ul.auk.hl
Bole Aeent .or Mem oh in. No. 8 Howard tttrm
SEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
fHE cheapest and best banralns In real eatat
J- that have ever been offered in the State of Ten
nessee, i win sell from
1 TO 500 ACHES OF LAND,
last outside the city limits of Memphis, and located
just in tne ngnt place for uxton, woolen andotMr
at bottom prices, to those who wish to bolld rest-
oences, ana nave names oi toeir own. l mean ex
actly what I aay. Ten new houses are already bolit
and occupied, and several more will be built aoon.
aohorttlea promise to extend their road to these val
uable grounds J Oat so soon as the population be
comes sufficient to lustlfj the runnlrur of the ears.
which cannot be very far off. Also, I will sell or
lease, ior a term oi years, a splendid Market garden.
wilu i.wu uuuunn umueu sasu. at Douom figures.
Those who wish to purchase must " strike while Uh
Iron la hot." or the; will lose tbe beat barsraln even
offered. Trrui Pbrfkct. Apply to B. B. THOMAS.
on we premises, or to
L D, CON A WAY. Real Estate Agent,
No. H Madison street. Memphis,
cohjiissioner's s ales.
Commissioner's Sale or Eeal Estate.
No. 693, N. R. D. Second Chancery Court B. P.
Anderson, Commissioner of Reveuue, vs. Orlando
Brown et at
Pursuant to a decree for sale entered In the above
stated cause, on the 7th day of February. 187M, and
enrolled In minute-book 20. naire A'-. In the Cban.
eery Court of Shelby county, I will, on
Saturday. March 9, 1878,
In front of tbe courthouse. In the eltv of Memnhi..
within legal hours, sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, tbe following real estate, or
so much thereof aa may be necessary to satisfy tbe
decree In this cause, to-wlt: A part of lot Na Hi ot
the city of Memphis, fronting on east side of Front
street 24l feet, and running back eastward, be
tween parallel lines, 78 feet, being 24ls feet south
of the southeast corner of Monroe and Front streets,
and being south of adjoining the lot listed to Peter
Also, a lot in the city of MemDhis. on the south
east comer of Poplar and Third streets, being a
BHjuaro ju wc-nauring I - ur t - leeu ana oeing
part of lot 40rt on the plan of the city of Memphis
This 12th of February, 187K.
a. if. ANDERSON,
Commissioner ot Revenue.
John Johaston. Attorney. tu
NOTICE IX BAXKBI PTCY.
In the District Court of the United States for the
District of West Tennessee In the matter of
Jacob Hirsch In bankruptcy.
rpHK undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
X DOlntment aa aaalirnee of Jacob Hirsch. of
Shelby county, Tennessee.
u. wLMJLuttiuuis, assignee.
Memphis. February 26. 1 87K. tue
XOT1CE IN BAXKBIPTCY.
In the District Court of the United Statt s for the
District of West Tennessee In the matter of
J. R. McCullers In bankruptcy.
ITHE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
X polntment as assignee of J. R. McCullers, ef
Memphis, Shelby county. Tennessee.
u. wuuLuiuiMia, assignee.
Memphis, yebmary 2, 1878. tue
NOTICE UK BAIERUPTCY.
In the District Court of tbe United States for the
District of West Tennessee In the matter of
E. B. Webber In BankniDtcv.
rrHJ5 undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
JL polntment as assignee of X. B. Webber, of
Hemphls, Shelby county, Tenn.
K. ttuuLLfwiJUA, assignee.
Memphis. February 2fl. 1878. tue
. ISOTICE IX BASKKIPTCY.
In the District Court ot the United States for lb;
District ot west Tennessee in tne mauer oi w.
F. Brum In bankruptcy.
r pHK undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
L nolntment aa assignee ot W. F. Brum, ol
Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee
u. wouLuiiuiufi, assignee.
Memphis, February 2ft. 1878. tue
In the matter of Moore. Emeiy 4c Co., Bankrupts.
WILL sen, at public auction, ior caa. at uie
auction store of A. W. Tailor, No. 39 Union
street, at 10 o'clock, on . ,
It'edartMtay. Mareh SO. 1878,
the Notes, Accounts, Claims, etc., due to said estate.
Ieb2 tu O. WOOLDRIDGK. Assignee.
Notice to Creditors.
No. 2720 In the Chaneery Court of Shelby county.
Tennessee raincs aieagner et ax, Adm'ra ol
Michael yord, dee d. vs. Kate Ford et al.
It aDDearlna that the above suit was commenced
September 19, 1877. for the purpose of settling up
uh eswue oi is. oru, oeeeasea:
It la therefore ordered. That ajttheeredltors make
their appearance herein, at the courthouse In tbe
city of Memphis, Tenn , on or before the first Mon
day In May, 1878, and nie their claims agMost said
estate aua nave tne aame auioenncat-i aa pre
scribed by law, or tbe cause will be proceeded with
exparte and said claims barred; and thLt t copy of
this order be published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks. In the Memphis AppeeL This second
day of February, 1878.
a copy aoest: M. A. con, Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Black. D. C and m.
Randolph, Hammond & Wasaell, sols, for eom-
yianiniiMii -, xPo iue
TO KM THS J -1
HORSES A 3IFI.ES FOR 8aL)
J. A. F0RREST"&X0
Horses and mules,
61 & 63 Monroe st., near Feabodj Hotel,
stock will save money by calling before purehasln
elsewhere. Everything sold by us fully guaranteed
No. 277 In the Chancery Court of Shelby bounty.
Tennessee Katie Joyce vs. W. H. Joyce.
It appearing from tbe bill sworn to in this causr;
that tbe defendant, W. H. Joyce, Is a mnesldem ot
the State of Tennessee:
It Is therefore ordered. That he make his appear
ance herein, at the courthouse in theettyof stem,
phis, Tennessee, on or before the first HoBaj pf
April, 1878, and plead, answer or demur to eon,. - "
plalnant s bill, or the same will be taken for eon.
fnasnl a to him and set for hearing exparte: an,i
that a copy of this order be published once a week, -
ior lour successive wees,, in iu uciupui. iieai.
This 1 rtth day ot February, 1 878.
A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. N
By R. J. Black, D. C and M.
M. D. L. Stewart, sol. forcompl't feb!7 to
No. 308, R. D. In the Probate Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee lavia o. ureer ei bi. vs. w.
Dunlap et aL
it snnurinir from orlirtnal bill In this cause
which Is sworn to, that defendants, Ann K. Proudnt,
Cassia Saunders, Samuel Saunders and Jeaeo
Saunders, are non-residents oi tne state or Tennes
see and residents of the State of Mississippi:
It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap
pearance herein, at tne couimouse or ine sauv.
Pmhsu Court, in the cltv of MemDhis. Tennessee.
on or before the first Monday In March, 1H78. and
plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or th
same will be taken for confessed as to them and
set for hearing exiarte; and that a copy of thia or
der be published once a week, for four successive)
weeks. In the Memphis Appeal- This Feb. 1, 1878.
A copy anesi: iiu auu.i, uo..
By Hugh B. Cullen. Deputy Clerk.
J. P. Young, sol, for eumpl'ta.
No. 2843 In the Chancery Court ot Shelby county.
Tennessee B. 1 Anderson, commissioner oc
Revenue, etc, vs. C. C. Dickinson et aL
It appearing from affidavit In this cause that thai
place of residence of. the defendant. Susan Dearth.
Jane Dearth, ThonTas Dearth and Alice Dearth,
heirs of John Dearth. decea.'ed. ts not known and
eannot be ascertained afver diligent search and In. f
gulr: and ft appearing from the-stiI3 retunUa-
not to be found in l is county :
It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap
pearance hen"! ii, at the court uouse In thecityof Mem
phis, Tennessee, on or before the tirst Monday in
April, 187 8, and pload, answerer demur to complain
ant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed aa
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 tne Memphis Appeal. This vut
day of February. 178.
A copy attest: . A. COLX. Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry. Deputy a and M.
John Johnson, sol, forcompi'c feblOtu
No. 28:10 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county,
Tennessee B. P. Anderson. Commissioner oCbev-
enoe. etc, vs. Herniau Keehler et al.
It appearing from affidavit In this cause that the)
defendants. Michael Werk, Mary H. Belcher and hec
hustand, Belcher, J. S. Burbrtdge and T. D.
Miller, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee!
that tbe p'aceof residence of Mary E. Smith Is un- "
known and cannot be ascertained after diligent In
quiry; that the heirs ot V. T. Cbealrs are unknown,
and their names and places of residence cannot ba
ascertained after diligent search and Inquiry; and '
It appearing from the sheriff's return that defendant,
J. K. Mehan, Is not to be found In his county:
It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap
pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city oC
Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday lu
April, 1878, and plead, answer or demur to com
plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to tebm and set for bearing exparte; and
that a copy of this order be published once a week,
for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
This 11th day of February, 1878.
A copy attest : E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M.
John Johnston, sol, for compl'nL fb!2 tu
No. 2848 In the Chancery Court of Shelby
Tennessee B. r Anderson, Commissioner or,
Revenue, etc, vs. Barney Eagan et aL
It appearing from affidavit in this cause that th
defendants,' Barney Eagan (1), Barney Eagan (2f
Bridget Davidson, Wm. Eagan, James Eagaa,
Mai hew Bray, Sarah Tomlinson, Geo. B. TomUnson,
John Bray, Alonzo Bray, Charles Bray, B. B. Wad
cell and Charles M. gurdara, are non residents oC
the State of Tennessee:
It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap
pearance herein, at the courthouse In tbe city of
Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monda
In April, 1878, and plead, answer or demur l i
complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for
confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte ;
and that a copy of this order be published once rt
week, for four successive weeks, la the Memphis Ap
peal. This Pth day of February, 1 878.
A copy attewt : E. A. COLE, Cierk and Master.
By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C and M.
John John "ton, scl. for com pi 't. feblfl ta
TTNDER and by virtue of the power eonferre t
U upon me by two certain deeds In trust exe
cuted by Alexander J. Pollock, the one date I
June lrt, 1873, and the other dated September 25.
1873, and both recorded In tbe office of the Reels
ter of Deeds for Shelby county, the one In book 95,
page 241, and the other In book 7, page 522, botlk
made and executed to secure tbe payment of the ln
debtedness therein mentioned. I wiU, on .
Tharsday, Hareta 81. 1878,
at the hour of 12 o'clock m., at the aoothwest cor
ner of Main and Madison streets. In the city of Mem
phis, sell to tbe highest bidder, for cash, tbe follow.
Ing described real estate, situated in th county ot
Shelby and State of Tennessee, to-wlt. A certain
lot number Dine, In block number thirteen. In Soutli
MemDhis. particularly bounded and described as ioi-
lows: Beginning on Elliott street at the west aide of
toe alley wnicn runs norm ana souin oetyyq
nando and DeSoto streets: and ninnkrt;..i.
with north line or Elliott tSsseffony 401 feS,
thence north at right anglea with ElJlott street on.
hundred and fifty feet; thence east parallel with El
liott street forty 40 feet; and thence aoutti nn.
hundred and fifty 150 feet to tbe place of
nlng. The right and equity of redemption art
dower Is expressly waived in said trust deed and th
title Is good, but I sell and convey only aa trustee.
Thia 17th day of February. 1878.
AMOS WOODRUFF, Trustee.
B. P. Anderson, Attorney.
TTNDER and by virtue of tbe power eonferre I
KJ upon me by two certain deeds In trust executed
by Mary A. and E. F. Brocchus, and recorded, th -one
In book 112. page 138, and the other In the
same book, page 524. In the office of tbe Register ot
Shelby county, for the purpose ot securing th
payment ot the Indebtedness therein set forth. I will,
Obi Thttrsday, Starch 81. 1878,
at the hour of 1 2 o'clock ra. , at the southwest corner
of Main and Madison streets. In the dty ot Mem
phis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, the following described real estate, situated 1i
the county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, to
wlt: A certain lot ot ground aituatfd in said county
and State, and known and described as lot number
twelve 1 12, In block number five 51, of Thomas's
subdivision, said lot fronting 100 feet on the wett
side of Park street and 200 feet on the nontb side ot
Marble street. The right of redemption la agy... r
waived In said trust deed and the title Is good, but C
sell and convey only as trustee. This 1 7th Kebruarj
1873. AMOS WOODRUFF, Trustee,
B. P. Anderson. Attorney. :
TTNDER and by virtue of thajower conferred
Kj upon me by a certain deed of trust executed
by Lula J. Reed and James H. Reed, on the 81st day
of July. 1874. and recorded In the office of t'
lsterof Deeds for Shelby county, In book T
page oo-, 10 secure uie payment 01 ir
ueos merew set ionn, 1 v. 111, on r no. lu.i.
Xbnrsaay, March. Xy r4 indebted-
at the hour of 12 o'clock m.. at the I
or Main and Madison atrwL. r , K7
pula, aell to the highest bidder, fEvV ...-a. -rrie?
Ing described real estate, situated bj'the county
Shelby and State of Tennessee, to-wlt: A cerul t
lot of ground known and described aa lot Na 2- Ia
block B, of Stephen's subdivision, near sahl clij,
and bounded aa follows: Beelnnltuz si a wilnt sev
enty-six 7rt feet five 51 Inches south of the Inter
section 01 the west side of the Hernando read wnn
Wk-ks avenue, and ninnlnar t.henrwt amitherlv wlta
the west line of said Hernando road seventy-six 7tiJ
feet five 5 Inches to an alley 12V4 feet wide; thenc
westwaruly along the north side of said alley tw
hundred and six 20r feet; tnence north atxty-elgl t
feet four Inches: and tlienm mt nn. hnnrirwi nn.f
seventy-three feet to tue begmnlDg. Tbe right
loucuittiiun 13 expressly waived in sal a trusiaeea
and the title Is good, but I sell and convey only &AV
trustee. This 17th day of Februaay. 1878.
AMOS WOODRUFF Trustee.
B. P. Anderson, Attorney.
TTNDER and by virtue of tbe powers eonferre!
U upon me by a certain deed In trust executedl
by Ellen and John Walsh, on tbe 18th day of April,
1877, and recorded In the Register's office of Shelby)
county. In book 1 1 7, page 258, - to secure thd
Fajment of tbe Indebtedness therein menuoued.
will, cn -
a naraasry, Jlarcb. 81, 1878,
at tbe hour of 12 o'clock m., at the southwest cor
ner of Main and Madlsoa streets. In the dty oft
Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, this
following described real estate, situated In thtt
county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, to-wlt: a.
certain Iot of ground lying in the 1 4th civil district o;
said county, and described as follows: Lot number
eighty-three S3, In Humphrey's plan of Raglaud'd
subdivision, fronting sixty rtO) feet on the west Sid
of Diinlap's avenue, and running back west between
parallel lines one hundred and eighty-five and-a-hal'
1851s feet westward to the east line of an alley J
The right of redemption Is expressly waived in sal I
trust deed and the title Is rood, but I .ii .nn
only aa trustee. This 1 7th day of February. 1K78.
. AMOS WOODRUFF, Tiustee.
B. P. Anderson, Attorney.
,KJ"!.T1EE'5 JA,'F--At tn requesi of tbe
- holders, and bv vlruv of a tm.t - - - -
to me by John Johnson, on the 27th day of August.
1875. to secure tbe navmunt nr,.rt.innm.n?rl
therein, and which said deed Is of record In the Re.
bier's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, book UJK.
vr " "";u reierenoe is nereoy made. I
win proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash.
I ot the courthouse door, cn tatairlai
lth day or March. 17. within legal hours!
the property mentioned In said trust deed, and (&
scribed as follows: Beginning on the south Uneof
Court street extendea twenty-Bve feet east of tha
northeast corner ot the lot on which the foundrv.
formerly belonging to Johnson, Bisk 4 Co.. standi
thence east with the south Uneof Court street sewl
enty-two 172 feet; thence south at right anglea to
Court street one hundred and forty-eight and one
half 148Vi feet; thence west and parallel wlia.
Court atreet seventy-two 72 feet to tbe line of Mrs.
uaaavu aw niiU aliriljwj I1UHU UUfJ AAUIIO rtVj talld
forty-eight acd one-half 14-tal feet to the begli
nlng, together with all and alngular the bullduWa
and Improvements thereon and appurtenanot s
thereto belonging. And also lots 4 and 5, In Armot r
auoaivision. or a part of the Whitby tract, as t
plan ot survey recorded in book 55, part 2. paga
o4. In tbe Register's office of Shelby county, Teu
nesse, which aald lota lour and five 4 and 5 ai
located and bounded as follows, to-wlt: Beginnin
at a point on the west sloe of Lauderdale streets
opened from New Madison atreet to Court street ex
tended) north of the intersection of the south aids
of Madison street with i he west side or line of Lau
derdale atreet ninety-six and one third imiil feet;
thence northwardly and with the west line ot 4ju
derdale street fifty 60 feet to a stake; thence wfe -wardly
and at right anples from Lauderdale tire t
eighty-nine and a-balt IM feet to a stake; then
southwest wardly with the line of old Lauderdale
atreet fifty-eight and four-Untbs 58 4-101 feet to
stake; thence eastwardly one hundred and nlnetee-i
and one-half llnU feet to the beginning, togelhtr
wltb lhe buildings arid lmprovemeuts thereon. Th J
title to the above described property Is bellevf d t j
be good, but I convey eniy as trusiee. The rigut 1
redemption Is expressly tved In Mid tru!t deed
JOHN BEAMISH, Trufti .
Hunphls, February lft Xtf 7