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mm AM COMERCE.
BO'EY 8 PER CEXT., NEVY YORK
, EXCHANGE 1-4PBE3IILM.
Cotton Firm JliiWlinff, 8
i Sales YfMcrdaj, 2000
3 Bali g.
The money market remains quiet
at 8 per cent for bankable paper. Lo
cal securities steady. The cotton mar
ket was firm ; sales, 2000 bales. The
New York spot market closed steady,
middling 9c. Ot the future market
C. L. Greene & Co.'s report on cotton
"says: "The market lost the advance
of yesterday, a decline in silver and
some seeking for profits by local
scalpers, and the absence of further
covering?, being the prime cause. New
business is generally moderate, with
the local trade perplexed, yet the
bulls appear to retain confidence
enough to put many engagements for
ward at wide differences. New crop
deals are limited and careful." At New
Orleans spots closed steady, middling
8;c; futures steady and 2 to 4
points lower. The Liverpool spot
market was reported firm and in
; fair demand, middling ojd; futures
steady and l-10d lower, April 5.(Md.
Ileceipts here yesterday, 257 bales;
I total this season 528,272 bales, against
421,5')lforsaue period last year. Stock,
jf 09,973 bales. In the general market
lea'.ures 01 note.
One hundred and fifty sks bran,
2'. brls beans. 2 pkgs butter, 70 pkgs
bacon, 38!) pkgs boots and slioes, UOOO
bu corn, 55 pkgs dry goods, 48 pkgs
eg, 17l?5brUtlour,-l!J8 bales hay, 2
i pkgs hats, 2 hd hogs, 25 hd sheep, 30
; pkm lard, 12(3,600 ft lumber, 39 pkgs
? liquors, 3200 bu oats, 6 brls potatoes
-and 206 pkgs tobacco.
JOUST jL. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
. DEALER IN
STOCKS AND B0XDS
ar orrw pond enr aollclteal, Iatfor
raittioo ebeerfnlly tnrailabl.-w)
Money in go id demand at S per cent
Th Clearing-House report is as fol
Wednesday, Apiil 28th. $140,092 29;
thus far this week, $.584,233 22; same
time last wefk. $'52,419 50 ; same time
in 1885. $413,481 92; same time in 1884,
Wednesday, April 28tb, $40,978 4S;
thus far this weelt, $143,537 09; same
time last week, $38,951 81 ; same time
in 1SS5, $88,951 89; same time in 1S84,
New York sijjhton ell points, pir
buying, i premium sellius:; ew
England demand, i iliaeount buying;
New Eaitland sibt, J diseount ; New
Orleans, discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce. ..148 bid, l'.O asked
First Na'ionnl 145 bid, loi asked
German Bink 192J bid, 200 asked
Slata National 145 bid. l;il)H!tecl
Uaion and Plantsri!..148 bid, 150aked
Mercantile Bank. ..13) bid, 13 i asked
Home 70 bid, 75 asked
B'.ufT Citv 100 bid, ... asked
PeopUs..". 80 bid. 82 asked
Piaaters 101 bid, 105aeked
Phcenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 104 asked
Vanderbilt- 22 bid, 24 asked
Hernando 100 n!d, ... asked
Arlington - 30 bid, 35 asked
M. and C. consols, 73...115 bid,... asked
M. & L. R 1st m.8..l03 bid. 112tsked
Miss. AT.R.R. cs.A, 121 bid, 122 askd
Miss&T.li. R. c,B, 104 bid, 10iiaeked
Tenn. wti. ser. C 97 bid, 98 tsltei
Rhelbv Cj. bond3...1C0 bid 107 asked
Tas. Dist. 4, 6s 93 bid, 94 asked
Tax. Dist, 6i 10 1 J bid, 102 asked
Mem.Stor. Com.Co.109 bid, 111a kerf
Mem. Gas stcck 75 bid, 77 asked
Mem. Gas bone's 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds S6 bid, ...,asked
Hammer Oil Works... bid. 5J nominal
New Yor.K, April 28. Money on call
easy at 2 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper, 45. Sterling exchange
4Si for t0 days and 488 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds con
tinue dull and steady. State bonds
were very dull ftud steady, llaiiroad
bonds were quiet. Sales, jl, 433,000, of
which Krie Second consols contributed
$337,000. The changes were unim
portant. Stocks - Stocks were somewhat more
active. Asa whole, prices were weak,
but the movement was more irregular
than for some time past in certain
stocks. Lackawanna, Lake Shore,
Louisville and Nashville, Rending and
Union Pacillc jointly contributed
nearlv 50 per cent, of the day's busi
ness.' The market was active during
the first hour, became more quiet and
finally dull late in the day. The
special feature of the morning was the
weakness of Union Pacific and Texas
and Pacific, the former selling from 51
down to 49. It sold at 50J and ba"k
to 49; before midday, clos'ng at tke
latter quotation, a net lossof 1$. Texas
and Pacific broke early from 10J to 8,
was more qniet thereafter at fractions
above the lower quotations, nnd closed
at 83, a loss of 1). Louisville and
Nashville dtclined f'om 385 to 37,
bite in the afternoon devel
oped an increased weakness,
celling down to and closing at 3HJ, a
loss of 2J. Lackawanna was deci
dedly weak, closing within 1 of the
lowest figures of the day at 125), a
loss of I. Reading lost an ), and Jer
sey Central, Milwaukee, Lake Shore
and Western preferred show a net
loss of 1 ; Iake Shore lost 1 and closed
at the lowest piice of the day, and
New York Central is t lower at 101 S.
The grangers closed at a loss of less
than 1 per nent., but closed nor the
lowest tigures reached, lhe remain
der of the active list sbows declines of
various fractional amounts. The
market closed about steady, but very
near the lowest figures ot the (lay.
The totd sales of stocks to-dav were
2:!7,12ti shares, including Delaware,
l.ii'kawanna and Western, 25,100;
F.rio. 5S20: Lake Shore. 20,4 lo: Loiv
isville and Nashville, 19,150; North
western, 47:0; Jersey Central, 8020;
New York Central. 7785; Pacific Mail,
9770;Reading, 24,820; St. Paul, 15,1C0;
Texas anil Pacific, 12,320; Union Pa
cific, 21,430: Western tnion, iu,'.".'s;
Oregon nnd Iranscontinentai, low,
The 'iclosing quotations were as fol
V. 8. 3.101. New 4a. 112'.
coup.lij1. Pacific tul I 9"., t2T,.
La. rttnpa. 4s,7t'i. Miaaouri As, lol
Tenn. 6a, old, 57 Tenn. ia, new. of.
ent. Psc.lna. ll.rS. I'en. k K.i.lta. 122';.
Uen.1 K.u. .lata. i . trie seconilf.y-w.
M.kTiT..Oeo.ts.y(S. 1'. A. C. l.-ta, llii
K. ". A. O. iMi, f4'4. N. We.-tern cor,.. 141,.
N.Weat. deb.5a.IU"!, S:.L tj.F "en .V'liti's
M.Paul, con . 1-SJ P.,". iP. I.-u.lJ"!.
T. y. Iand(rrant-.S7 T. P.,H.(s.ci ou.iu.
I'. P. firsts, 117'. Weet fchore, UVt.
Adams Express, 14). Morris k E , offd. 142.
iilleiiheiy Cen.. . NuiivilleJr 0., 4"1i.
Alton A T. 11., 3y. N-J. Central, 4'4.
A k. T. 11. .pfd , 'XI. Nor. and W., pfd. 29.
American Ex., 105. Northern Hac, 2..'i.
B.. 0. K. k N..5. Norhern P . nfd. 5v.
Canada, Pat., (Ali. H.Y.C.k St. L .
Canada fku..:-, N.Y.O. A St. L..p., 13.
Central Paoio. 40S. 0. k N. W.,
C,hm neak. k O C.k N. W.. i.t,l . 1W.
O. A0..1atiid,5& N V.. Central. 101!,
C k 0.,2d pfd., 10. Oh-o Central, I'i
C. k A., 13d. Ohio k Miss.,
C. ft A.. Did. iv
O. ft Mira.. pfd., .
C. B. ft Q , 132
C, St. L. ft N. O., - 'rrefo Nt.,
C, t)u L. ft P., 1054. Or on Trana 28S,
U.,Bl.li.t r .P., JO. uremm mp.,:i.
C.,8. AC, 30. Pacific Ma. l.W1;.
CftC.,50. Panama, Wt.
Del. 4Uua.,aj. fenria, u. ft E., 22.
Del., k. ft Mr., lK. P ttaburf, ISO.
IXn. ft Rio U.. 10V. Pa 11 man P. C, 13S.
Kaat Tenn., IS.
Kaat Tenn.. itd.
hook laland. 12H.
St. U. ft 8. F., 1S.
$A. 8 L. ft 8. F., p., 37S.
St.L. AS.F.lato. 100.
Port Wayne, 146.
Hannibal ft St. Jo, v. m. x t. f ., HO.
H ft St. Jo. pfd,- C. M. ft St.P.,p.,lHK
Harl.in,213. St. P. M. ft M., 113.
Ilouaton ft T., 28. St. P. ft Omaha. 3.
Illinois Cea .137. St. Paul ft 0.,pfd,10i
Ind , B. ft Texaa Paofir, 8'.
Kanaaa ft T.. 2tr'4. Union Pacific,
I.aka K i W.. 11. II. S. ElDrean. til!.
" ., M. L. P., 7.
Lou. ft Xaah.. '3M.
Lou. ft N. A.. 34.
M. ft C, let pfd,
M. ft C, 2d pfd. -Mem.
ft Char, 31
Mirh. Centra, 66.
Min. ft St. L., ltf' i.
M. ft St. L., pfd. 45
Mobile ft 0.. lHi
c, f a 1. w io
w.st. L. ft p, o.,
W. ft F. Ex.. 121.
W. U.Tel . 6i'i.
Colorado Coal, 22.
Iron Silvr, 175.
Quirkailver, pfd, 20)i.
will u. o- a
M., L. S. ft W.,p, 77,
LoNDON,'April 28 Consols.lOO 15-16
for both money and the account.
United States bonds, 4s, 1 145.
New ORLEAns.April 28. Bai.k clear'
ings $1,10 ',047.
New York, April 28. Exchanges,
$75,221,300; balances, 4,722,9i0.
Baltimore, Md., April 28. Clear
ings, $1,692,009; balances, $302,647.
Philadelphia, Pa., April 28
Clearings, $9,847,166; balances, $1,
329,891. St. Louis, Mo, April 28. Bank
clearings, $2 229,280; balances, $560,
578. Exchange on New York nom
inal at par.
Boston, Mass., April 2S. Ex
changes, $1 1,415,003; balances, $1,
920,871. Money 23 percent. Kx
change on New York par.
Chicago, III., April 28. Bankclear
ngs, $0,074,000. New York exchange
was quoted at par. Money rates con
tinue about 6 per cent, on demand,
and 78 per cent, on time.
The loc i cotton market opened
firm and c)rt,d firm; middling, 81 s.
Sales, 20; 0 bales, of which 1501) were
to expoiters and out) to spinners.
Mnxi'HlH, April 28, 1SH6.
Soek Sept. 1, 1S35 1,392
Received to-day 257
Received previoubly... 528,015 529 604
ShinDed to-dav 98
Shipped previou8ly-...458,995 459,691
Stock, running account , 69,973
Thus far this weeic 1,037
Thus far last week , 1,725
Senco September 1st 528 272
M. and C. R. R
M. and T. R. R
L. and N. R. H ,
M. and L. R. R
L , N. O. and T. R. R
K.C, ft & M. R.R....'.:.......
Wagons and other sources....
Thus far tbls week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and 0. R. R
L. and N. R. R
O., O.& S. W. R. R
New York spots opened quiet and
steady, and closed easy. Sales, 351
bales. Quotations were as f jllows:
Ordinary ,.. 6
Gcod ordinary. 8
Low middling.. 8 1313
Good middling 9 11 16
Middling fair..l0 11-10
New York futures opened steady.and
and closed steady and 2 to 4 points
lower than Tuesday. Sales, 53,000
bales. Tke clcsing quotations were as
April 9.18 9,'iO
May 9.10 9.20
June 9 31 9 32
August- 9.53 ......
October 9.2.3 9.24
November ...9.20(4 9.21
Pacember ...9.24 9 25
9.20 9 23
9 60 9.57
9 27 9 28
9.3) 9 36
9 45 9.47
The New Orlean? spot market opened
quiet, and c!o-ed firm. Siles, 2500
Ordinary 7 5-16 7 6-16
Good ordinary ...8 8 v
Low middling ...8jj S3
Middling 8 8J
Good middling...9 11-16 9 11-16
The New Orleans future market
opened steady and closed dull and 1
to 3 points lower. Sales, 14,000 bales.
The cloiing quotations were as follows :
April 8 80nom'i. 8 80 noml.
May...; 8 83 8.84 8.86 8 87
June 8.90 8.97 8 98
July 9.10 0.11 9.11 9.12
Auiust .9.144 9.15 9.16 9 17
September....8 93 8.91 8.96 8.97
October 8 82W 8 84 8 85 8 S6
November....8.79 8.80 8 91 8.92
December ...8 82 a 8.84 8 85 8.81'.
January 8 93 a) 8 94 8 95 8.97
The Liverpool spot market at noon
was reported hrm, fair demand.
Sales, 10,000 bales; of which American
7700 bales. Receipts, 15,000 bales, of
which 1300 were American.
At 2 p.m. the price of middling was
advancing, l-lt'l to 51d for middling
uplands and 5 3-16d for middling Or
leans. The following are the closing quo
tations: Ordinary, 4d; good ordi-
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
nary, 4 1-ltUl; low middling, 4M;
gotjtl middling, fi 5-likl ; middling ii
lands, 5Jd middling Orleans, 5 3-l'J.
TlifprUtt aregnYit in and 6Hln,
thut: 4 63 meant 4 Wli-lif, and 5 01
meant 5 l-(4cf.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
sU-ady. Quotations were as follows:
April, ; April-Mav, ; Mav -June,
5 04'...") ftVl; Jun.-July, 5 OjiJo 0;d;
July-August, 5 07('i 5 V'Sd; Augnst
Si'ptcmU'r, 5 09ft5 10.1 ; SeptemlxT-Oitolii-r.
. , ,
At 4 p.m. L.iverool futures were
steady. April, 5 05d sellers; April-May,
5 O'd'sellers; May-June, 5 0 d sellers;
June-July, 5 CCd sellers; July-August,
uu uuvers: AUKUHt-.-entemoer.
September, 5 lOd
At 0 p.m. Liverpool futures were
3uiet and 1-6-Id lower than Tues
ay. April, 5 04d buyers; April-Mav,
CLltl linvnra IhAav .Tuna fLl ).ui.kr4
June-July, 6 05d buyers; July-August,
via Duvors; August-JseptemDer,
(Wd sellers; September-October,
07d sellers; October-November,
04d sellers; September, 5 lOd buy
DAILY PORT AXD INTERIOR MARKETS.
Toue.l Rec. I Prices! Stock
Receipts at ports, this day, 1SS6. 4,440
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 2,913
R'tS U. S.
Kx. Gr. Br
31,048 11,048 13,921
30,311 16,909 12,936
71(1 ni'J Kfll .452 fiflniUV'
5,028 1 09,4,654,361 j4.703,065
t or gn Lx.
Increase of receipts this year. ..373,748
The following is the record of the
bids and offers at the Call Board of
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
No. 2 white, spot, April, 39c asked;
My, 39c asked; Juno, 33c bid, 41c
asked; No. 2 spot, April, 38c o. t.
bid; May, 37c 0. t. bid; June, 37 jc
0. t. but.
No. 2 white, April, 3cc asked; May,
3jc a?ked; io. 'J, spot, d.nc o. t. bul,
34 c asked ; May, 34c asked ; June, 34c
Spot, $14 asked; April, $13 50
asked ; May, $13 50 asked.
Corn White, 47c ; mixed, 4(ie, from
store : from levee or depot, white, 44 c ;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, m round lots,
white, 42c; mixed, 40c.
Hay Choice, from storo,8oc ; prune,
7o:aS0c; prairie, 60c; round lots trotu
leveo or depot, choice, $I414 50;
prime. $13(3U3 50: prairie, $S(ai8 50.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38c,
from store ; round lots from levee on
track whito, sacked, 37c; mixed,
Bran From store, 85c per ewt
round lots from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
Cornmkal Standard, li(tij L'o;
pearl, $33 2o from store ; 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rick Louisiana, 46c ; Carolina,
"Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
13 50 from store.
Flour In car lots, double extra, $3
3 50; triple extra, 13 653 75; fami
lv. 3 754; choice, $4 254 35:
fancy, $4 5 J4 70; extra fancy, $4 90
(t!0 ; patents, io l-'ixajo 00 ; trom store,
family, $4 34 25 ; choice, $4 254 40 ;
fancy, $4 654 93; extra fancy, $5
5 2i : patents, o (0()U 2.'.
Hominy and Grits From stoi-e, $3
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4c; lemon cream crack
ers, extra, 7c ; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c ; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c ; as
sorted jumbles, "Jc.
Kansas City, Mo., Aptil S8. Wheat
dull, futures weak; Ao. 'I red, cash,
62 Jo bid ; May, 63 jc ; June, 67c. Corn
active, futures lower, cas'h steady: No
2. cash. 26127c; April, 26J bid;
May, 2632(8o; June,27J27,c. Oats
St. Louis, Mo., April 8. Flour
quiet and steady; XXX, J33 10;
family, $3 153 25; choice, $3 653 75;
fancy, $4 154 30; extra fancy, $ 1 45
4 70; patents, $4 905 25. Whett
fairly active and lower; the market
opened depressed and declined 3
prices later advanced a fraclioa, but
weakened and cloied Is lower than
yesterday; No. 2 red, cash. 87c ; Mav,
80S a 87c, closing at 86 jc; June, 87
87 ic, closing nominal t87c; July, 83
(o;83c, closing at 83s asked; All
gust, 82fa82Sc, cl:sng at 82182jjc,
Corn weaker and lower; prices de
clined s early in the session, but later
ra lied a f ruction, and closed iio
lower than yes!eidy; No. 2 mixjd,
cash, 32c; May, 32;32jc, closins at
32sc; June, i-iiWiio, closing at 33Sc;
July, 34534jo, closing at34J34Jc
bid. Gats very dull and easy: :so, ;
mixed. csh, 29c; May, 29j29c
Rye weak; 58c bid. Barley no
market Hay quiet; prairie, $6 85
7 90; timothy, $1113 75. Flaxseed
firm. $105. Bran easier, 53g54c. Oorn-
meal steady, $1 751 85. Receipts
Flour, 3000 brls; wheat, 32,000 bu;
corn, 46,000 bu; oats, 27,000 bu; rye,
none; barley, 6C03 bu. Shipments
Flour, 8000 brls ; wheat, 2000 bu ; corn,
188,000 bu; oats, 18,000 bu; rye, 1000
bu; barley, none.
Afternoon Hoard. Wheat eajier and
Jc lower. Corn c easier. Oats
Chicago, III , April 28. On 'Change
the leading ait c'es were again in
clined to slotvnefs, in that fluctuations
were neither rapid nor within wide
rangor, but there was just about
enough doing to prevent iheir being
called dull. June wheat ciung very
closely around 80s. Trading opened
with an evident disposition to liqni
date. Salts were on a very heavy
scale, and soon crowded June down
fiom 80Jc. the openiDg price, to 791c,
A lcrge proportion of the selling was
on countrv account, and there. wre
also said io be selling orders on the
floor from abroad. Outside news ot
crop nature was bearish. CopiouB
rains were reported to have fallen in
the Red river vauey. rewiornaa
vices that twenty boat loads had been
taken for export caused a firmt-r feel
ing toward 1 o'clock, and the market
closed at that h ur at SO J J. lnt'e
afternoon wheat closed easier at 79 1
lii." f jr Juue. There was an active
tr.de in corn, but prices were
weak and lower. Oa's uIm
ruled easier. Fiour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat model ately act
ive and easier, closicg nnr'ar
yostenisy. S.les ranged: April, 77j
77;2, closed t 77 1 ; May, 77 i 77J,
closed at "SMtie: June, 79(S80;e,
r'obeti at 80 3 16;; No. 2 upring, 7jc
0rn lower; cah, 343ih; April,
36ioT36j, closed atikile; May, :ti:(.i
37c, closed at 36 11 16c; June, 37
i closed at J a -ltic. Uts nnet
and f av; cash, 297-16s; April, '.'si
29c; closed at 29a; May, 29l(29e,
closed at 27 16c; June, 1!.'-":10i- ;
c'o ed at i'i 7-10c. Rye quiet ; Ho. 2,
64a. Barley dull; No. 2, 59c.
Piaxfesd lower; No. 1, Si 04.
Receipts Flour, 15(100 brie; wheat,
19.000 bu; ccra, 289,000 bu: oats,
182,000 bu; rye, 2000 ba; barley.
22,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 7000
brJs; wheat. 132,000 bu ; corn. 98 030
bu; oats, 1I8.CO0 bu; rye, 2000 ba;
brloy, 16,000 ha.
Afiernoon Hoard wheat easier:
June, 59 15-1 6c. The other markets
bowed no change.
Bctter -Creamery. 30c: dairv. 20c:
butterine, 1316; country, 1218c,
according to condition.
Cheese Prime flats, c; Jcwork
factory, 8c; full cream, 12c; Y. A.
Mkss Pork Old, $9 7510 per bar
rel; new, $10 TiVit. 1 1 pr barrel ; sugar
cured bams, packed, 910c; break
lust bacon, 8j,9c ; clear rib bacon, b
lii'l.K roRK Ulenr sides, oifulHi;
clear rib sides, 5S?c; long clear,
55e; shoulders, 4(t4c.
Lard Tierces, 6:a(ilc: lmll-barrels,
0i6c; kegs, 0J0e; buckets,!)
6Jc; half-buckets, 68(.3c; 50-lb tins,
6J6c; 20-lh tins, blCVJc; 10-lbtins,
tj( 6c; 6-lb tins. 66jc; 3-lb tins,
636jc; choice kettle, tierces, 6
Fresh Meats Eeef Good Kansas
City steers, heavy. 8c: liirht. 7(i)7c;
cows and heifers, 6jjc ; mutton, 8
9c; lambs, 10c; pork, 6c.
St. Louis, Mo., April 28. Provisions
quiet and generally easy. Pork weak
and quiet, 9 50. Laid easy, 5 H Bu k
meats loose lota long clear, fic;
short ribs, 5 35c; shoit clear, 5c:
boxod lots long clear, 6.30c; ehoit
ribs, 6 35c; short clear, 5c. Bacon
easy; long clear. 63a: short ribs,
5.80c; short clear. 6 956c, llama
easy, 910jc. Butter dull ; choice to
fancy creamery, 212oc; lair to fancy
dairy, iL'L'i)c. i-.ggs easier, bK.
Chicago, III., April 28. There was
a depressed feeling in tbe provision
trade and prices were shade easier.
Mess pori etsn-r; cash, S8 in;
May, $8 908 95, closed at $8 92
8 95; June, 499 07, closed at $9 05
(u.9074. Lardauieticash.D.MO::: May
5 90 5 02ic; June.5 05 5.97c. Boxed
meatssteady; dry salted shoulders, 4
4.10c; short tib sidrs, 6c; short clear
sides, 5.555 60c. On the Produce
Exchange: KulW quiet and s'eady;
creamery, 1419q; dairy, llluj.
gf. 101 H)
Apples Apples, $1 60 2 50 from
store; $1 252 per car-load fron levea
or depot. Dried applfs, 34o per
pound from (tore. Dried peaches, 3
4o from storn.
Potatoes Potitoes,$l 752C5frora
store; $1 50 1 75 per car load from
levee or depot. Sweet potatoes scarce,
$2 753 per brl. Peas, $1 501 75 per
Vegetables Onions, $2 753 25
from store ; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 7o'513 25 rer crate.
Kraut, barrels, $55 50; half-barrolo,
$2 753. Garlic, 4000c per 100.
Turnips, 50c per bushel.
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none ;
Cali'ornia, $4; Messina, $3 505 per
box; Iuiperia's, $55 50 per box.
Lemons, $56 per box. Bananas,
$l2 50 per bunch. Cocoanuts,
$4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, 7c;
Tennessee, farmers' stock, 34o;
roasted, 2c higher; shelled, 10c. Al
Pickles In jars, pints, 95oj quarts,
$150; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons,
$3 75; loise, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
half-barrels, $6. '
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $2 75 ; California, ; Imperial,
W alnots French, 12c; NapleB,15c;
Grenobles, 15c. Filberts. 12c.
Cider Missouri, $77 50 per bar
rel and $44 50 par half-barrel ; Vine
gar, ll16c par gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per dor.en, $12
18 ; chickens,$2 753 ; dressed turkeys,
scarce, 1518c per pound.
Pecans Texa?, 810o for small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
Fisn Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$5; No. 2, $3 25: No. 3, $2 75; 10-lb
kit, No. 1,80c; No. 2, 70c; 15-lb, No.
3, 00c. Dry herrings, family, 30o per
Game Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, 03c; bear, 68c; wild turkeys,
6075c; ducks, $34; (qiiirrels, 75c;
quails, $75cEl; prairie chickens, $5;
game fish, ll12c.
Copkek Common, 88c ; ordinary,
99(!; prime Rio, 11c; choice to fan
cy, 1113o; old government, 23
35c; Ceylon, 20a.
Soap 35c per pound.
Suoar Pure white, 7c ; off white,
0J0jc; yellow, tiija; open kettle,
5J0c; refined A,7cj granulated, 7J
7c; powdered,7Jc; cut loaf, 7 j8c.
Salt $1 201 30 per barrel; lacks,
fine, $1 50; cease, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 2j 7c; carloads from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 203i)c; prime to choice. 3040c;
syrup, 2040c ; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 33c.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27
30c; ether grades and styles, 25(28c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per casa;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
palls and barrels, 7 J8Jc
Candles-FuII weight, 1010Jc.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en : Pineapples, $1 351 65 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 50; seconds,
$1 151 25; tomatoes, 2 lb, standard,
$1 10; 31b, $1 35; strawberries, $1 40
1 60; raspberries, $1 151 25; black
berries, $11 15; greengages, $1 60
1 75; pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70; asparagus, $2 004; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $l2 25; cove
oysters, full weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weiehttl-lh,
65c; cove oyttsrs, light weight, 2-lh,
$1; Qfindensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $0.
' ."' Baltimore, Md., April 28. Coffee
firm; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 8
New York, April 28 Coffee spot
fair Kio firm; options higher ard
fairly active ; sales, 23,250 hags; April,
7.4oc; May, 7.457.50c; June, 7.40
APRIL 21). 1S8(J.
7 45c: July, 7.30s; August to January,
7.30c. Sugar dull and nominal, rt
fined easier. Molasses dull.
Havana. April 28 Snesr firm : cen
trifugal, 92 to 06 polanza-.ion $1 13
gold per quintal.
New Orleans, LA., April 28. Mar
ket quiet but eteaoy. Sugar buvers
audbelltri apart ; uo tinnsaclions.
roTrtai-ki:t:u oil, r.tv.
Skeu Kelivered at dep t and wharf.
$8 per ton; cn bank of river (f. o. b.
hoai), 16; waion i muis, .meal
Prime (f. a. b.). $15 ner ton. Leas than
car-load lots, 1 16. From Hire, 90c per
sick. Cake Nominal; $16 per tin.
Oil la car-load lots, prime, crude C.
oil, 2l22c; prime eninmar vel-
low, 2627c; off-summer vellow, 25
26o; miners , ; choice cooking
summer yellow, 26 30c.
1IORSK1 AMD Ml LBS.
Hosass Good drivint, $150225:
good saddle, $140:-0;); plugs, $;c
80; good mares, $K5140.
Mulks-14 to 15, flHK.135; 15 to
15i. $12H140; 15 to 16. $150fil75.
Good demand ; supply fair.
HIDU AMU PSLTRT.
Hinct Dry flint, 2W5U6a;dry salt.
lC12c; green salt. :i7c: green, 6
6c; deer skins, 1617o; wildcat, 20(
403; fox, l'H)75c; knnk, L'.75c.
Beeswax, 18(21c; tallow, 33c.
M HIaKT, WISIKS, i.ltl'UKl, KTV.
Wbiht-Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, 1 606; rye,$l 75(.i)6; domestic.
Wcfa. tl 00-
Ciiicaoo, April 2S. Whisky steady
St. Lons, April 28. Whisky firm
Cincinnati, O., April 28. Whisky
quiet at $110. Sales of 523 barn-Is
of finished goods on this basis.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, ()., April 2S PttrO'
leum unchanged; A w. 110, 7Jc.
PiiTsnt'Ro. Pa.1 April 28. Petro
leum dull but Biddy ; National Transit
certilicaU's opened at 73 Jc; closed at
72Jc; highest, 73Ac; lowest, 72.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed.
900 to 1050pounds.44io; eood,3ir
4c; choice grass-fed, 33r; good,
3Jtc; fair to medium, 22c; com.
IIoos Choice, 3Jtc; good, 3 J
sic: common, Sfajlilo.
Sheep Choice, 4lo; medium, 3
3c; common, J11 50.
Kansas City, Mo., April 28. The
Live Stock Indicator reports: Ca'tln
receipts, 2042 head; shipments 6'.8
head ; the market on shipping etetrs
was oc lower; cows steady; feeders
firm. Hog receipts, 1L',I34 bead;
shipments, 3047 head; the market
opened 5o lower, closicg with an ad
ditional decline of 6c; bulk, $3.85
CnicAoo, III., April 28 The Drw
ert Journal reports: Cattle receipt,
5000 lit a 1 ; shipmenis, 1800 head ; mar
ket s'ow and 10c lower; (shipping
steer, 950 to 1500 pounds, $4 30 5 80
stockersand feeders, $2 8"5 00; cows
hulls ami mixed, $24;bulk. $2 50
3 25; through grass Texans, $2 50
corn-fed Texns, $4 75. Hogs r
ceipta, 18 000 head; shipments, 5100
lit ad ; market very slow and 10c lower
rough and mixed, $3 00 4 15; packing
nnd shipping $3U04 25 ; liiibt weights,
$3 504 20; skips, $2 6u3 35. Slieep
ricoipt!, 2000 head; shiprnents, 500
head; market active fcid 10(i)15c
higher; ra'ives, $2 7u(5 60; eliom,
To all who are inrTprlnx from th arrora and
iBdiaoretlona of yjuth narroua woakneal,
arly daoay, loaa of manhood, ate,, I will
end a reclp that will our yon, FREE OF
CHARGE. Thia great ramady waa dliaovar
d by a mlaatonary in South America. Send
elf-addreaced envelope to the Rev. Jjiips
T. Ismji, Station D. lt' Tor.
L - I... J
Cor. Second and Monroe SU.,
Would oall attention nf hia frlendi
and patrona to hia
NEW KPUIAG NTOCK,
Comprl.itnc trie ohricaat and lateat de
Biitna of KoreiKn ilooda in the market,
llavini taken apeoial care in their aeleo
tion, 1 ain ploaseil to any to uit ouatomen
and pu'tiio who favor me with a oall, to
ahow them liuea ol arnoda only found in
Young & Brother,
Dookscllcrs and Stationery.
SIS Main Nf., SIciiipklH,Tcuu
Wlfililnn; lo Kellre Irom Hnalntwa
We Ollvr liar Kullre
STOCK AT COST.
No. M2., R. D. In the Chancery Court of
8heloy county, Tenne'aoe. HUito ol Xon-
noaaeo vs. K. J. Vonll et al.
It apieuring from the bill which ia aworn
to in tnia cauae that the defendant? K. 6.
Keml'O't, jr., ia a reaiilcnt of the Stale of
Miaairaippi, and M. li. lirown of tbe titate
of Kanma, and both non roaidenta of the
Btato of Tenneaace, and tbnt the reaidoncea
oftliehoiraofll.il. La Ouoroe, deceit rd ;
nf tho heira of H. L. Hlecl, docea'Cd : of Pe
Witt H. Hmith; of the heira of El Ion K.
ilolat, doceaaed; nf Chua. Olioiiilnoi of John
It. Taylor: of Mary C. Ward and T. M.
Ward, her huahand; of J. F. Wolf, Chita II.
Wolf, Henry Williama, and of tho heira of
C. A. Young, deceased, are unknown and
ennnot he aaoertained after diluent imjuirr.
Thia bill ii fl'ed to oolleat taaei due the
State and county on varioua lota owned by
above named partiea and other partiea.
It ia, therefore, ordered that they make
thoir appearance herein, at the Court-Houae
0 Shelby oounty, in Momphia, Tenn., on
or belore the firat Monday in May, lSiol, and
plenu, anawer or demur to cooplainant bill,
orthe aame will be tnkon for confeaaod aa to
them and aet for hearing ex parte; and that
a copy ol thia order be publiahed nnii a
week tnr our aucceaaive weeka in the Ap
peal. Thia llat day of March, WW.
A copy Attat :
8. I. Mr PWKII., Clerk and Maiter.
Ry II. F. Walah. Deputy C. and M.
Lee Thornton, aolioitor for compliinant.
4ii11t, R.D.-In the Chancery Court of
Shelby county. Tenn. State ol Tenneaaee
et al. va. Martha M. farker et al.
It appealing frjm the aworn amended pe
tition in thia cauae that the defendanta, the
heira of Angela Ovelto, are unknown and
their njmeaand tlace of reai-Jence cannot
be eacertained after di'Ucnt inquiry; they
are tbe ownera of part of block 3, ilutler ad
dition, 4'ixbH feet, aouth aide of ilutleratreet,
1:1) leet eaat of Tonaeaaee atreet, on which
taxea are due L. Lamb, receiver of the old
city of Memphis, and tbey are made partiea
defendanta to this proceeding for the collec
tion ol delinquent due said roceiver,
because of their interoat in fRld property .
it ia therefore orderei, That they make
their anpsarance herein, at the courthouie
of Shelby county, in Meiophia, Ter,n., on or
before the firat Monday in May, IrtiA, and
p'ed, anawer or demur to the petition and
aniendmenta thereto of M. Meriwether and
L. LmiiIi. reeeivera of the old cityof Mem
phis, orthe mine will be taken for conleaaed
aa to them an I aet for henring ei parte; and
that a copy of thia order be puhlialied once
week, for four aucceaaive weuka, in the Mem
phiaApieal. This lAth day of March, Itati
A C 'py attoat :
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Matter.
By II F. Wsleh, Deputy Clerk and Muter
Met -ailf, 5 )1. f 't waiplu't. tue
MVERS AM STEAMBOATS.
Frlara Point Da Adams. 5 i.m.
Arkanaaa City Kati Adams, 5 p.m.
Ma,lison....- K. W. Cki.i. 6 p.m.
ksbnrc Citt or Caimi, p.m.
Cincinnati Ili'CkHVI State, 5 p.m.
Tiptonvilla Oatusu, 5 p.m.
St. Louia AtKAisia Cm, & p.m.
Whiti Rier Fsannn KoBtxsux.S p.m.
Movritaia at rttK i.Kvre.
Arriwh. Peon Adams, Friars
Point; Coahoma, Madison; Annie 1.
Silver, New trlens.
Ittvarture. Annie 1". silver, St.
Louis; I Van Adnms, Osceida; Coa
homa, Madison; Chickasaw, White
Jfcaifs lr Ikiwn. Huckeyo state
and City of Cairo.
Hoatt lhu t a Kate Adams, 1.. v.
Cole, Belle Memphis and Arkansas
Annie P. Silver 117 brls snirar. 14
brls molasses and 25 casks ale.
Iean Adams-U bales cotton, hd
stock, 38 brls oil and a lot of sundries.
ri'Tl HE MOVEMENTS.
Tut Kri'ddie Robinson, Cant. Milt
R Harry, is the Saturday packet (or
all points on White and ltluck rivers.
The E. W. Cole. Cant. Kd Nowland,
is the Memphis and Little Rock mil
road boat this evening at 6 o'clock for
Mip I iso 11.
Tuc IVlle Memphis, Cant. tieo.
ltiiker.w the Anchor Line packet this
morning at 0 o clock for lairo onil St,
Louis. Al. Simpson is her clerk.
Thk Citv of Cairo. Cant. SIumi Lieht-
ner. is the Anchor line packet this
evening at 6 o clock for icksburg anil
the bends. J. C. Llton is her clerk.
Thk Arkonsos City. dipt. II. W
ltroluski, is the Anchor line packet
this evening at 6 o'clock for Cairo and
St. Imis. W. 11. l'ritchartt is her
Tn (iavoso, dipt. W. P. Hall, is
tho packet this evening at 6 o'clock
for llules l'oint, Tiptonvliie ana all
way landings. Jesse 1. Walt is in
Tin Dean Adams, Capt. Henry
Coopi'r, is the packet ibis evening at
6 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and
all way landings. Will Ash lord and
Will Smither are her clerks.
Tub Kate. Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the I ' 11 i led States Mail
racket this evening at 5 o'c'ock for
lelena, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W, U. ltlanker has charge
of her olllce, assisted by Lew Price
and Will Lash.
Tiir lluckevo State, Capt. H. J.
Vinton, will be found in port this
morning, and leaves again this even
ing at 6 o'clock for Cairo, Ixmisville,
Cincinnati and all wav landings on
the Ohio river. Geo. V. Hendrickson
and Chas. Vinton are her clerks. Tho
lliickeye State will iiive cheap rates to
all points norm unit cast.
WrcATHKit clear and pleasant.
Rkckiitn by river yesterday, 6
Tim railroad boat Coahoma was in
ami out on time yesterday.
Tiik Chickasaw cli'iircd lust evening
for White river with a fair trip.
Tiik Alice ltrowu linsscd down yes
terday morning with a tow of coal
for drown A Jones.
Tub Annie P. Silver passed late
luesimv night tor Ml. Ixmm. She (lis.
charged ho e l.r0 packages of freight,
Tub Dean Adams passed up yester
dnv morning for OhccoIu, and will
puss down this evening for Friurs
WEATIItK AND HIVCKN.
Okkicb Signal Skrvicb, U. S. A.,'
Mkmpiiis, April '2H, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations niuned at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOths luths lOtlis
Cairo 37 7 32
Clutttauooira ... 0 4
Cincinnati 14 0 6
Davenport 11 2 8
I)ul)iHiie 15 2 2
Fort Smith 10 1 33
Keokuk 12 4
Helena 47 !) 1
Lit Crosso 10 8 3
1cnvenworth... t) H 1
Little Rock 8 r 6
lmisville 6 ! 4
Memphis 05 7
Nashvillo 6 ft 5
New Orleans... 11 3 6
Omaha 7 !l
I'itiHlmrjr 3 5 2
St. Louis 21 4 I
St. Paul 6 0 1
Shreveport 18 0 3
Vicksluirtr 43 4 3
Danger l.loo Feet and tenths of a foot
above loro of gauge :
Ciiiro, 4 i fuel. Chattnnoorra, !C1 feet,
Cincinnati. Ml. ' Davenport, 1ft.
Pubu'iue, li. Kort htiiitlt, 22.
Keokuk, . ilelemw 14.
La troaae, 21. Leavenworth, 20.
kiltie Hock, i. Iiouiaville, 'Si.
Memphia, ,14. Mew (Irleiina, 13.2.
Na-hville, 40. I'itt'bum. 22.
Omaha, IS. Nt. i'aul.7.
Ht. Louis, 32. Vickaburg,41.
bhrevoport, 2H. Yankton, 24.
Kvansviixb. April 28. Noon Riv r
fallint;, with 17 fuel on the gauge.
Pid'shdbo, April 28. Noon River 3
feet 6 inches on the frange and station
ary. Weather clear and warm.
Wuskmno, WYVa., April 28. Norm
River 6 feet on the gauge and sta
tionary. Weather clear and pleasant
Cincinnati, April 28. Noon Rlvei
fnlling.with 14 feet 1 inch on the range.
Weather clear: thermometer 70. Ar
rived: James W.GarT, Memphis.
Locibvillb, April 28. Noon River
fallinp, with 7 feet in the canal and 4
feet 10 inches on the falls. Weather
fair. Business good.
Cairo, April 28 Noon River 38 feet
,r iochrs on tbe gauge and falling.
Weather cloud? and coil. Arrived:
Golden.Crown, New Orleans, 8 p.m. ;
Buckeye Slata, Cincinnati, 4 a.m.;
Ohio, Memphis, 6 a.m. Departed:
Golden Crown, Cincinnati, 10 p.m.;
Buckeye State, Memphis, 6 a.m. ; Ohio,
Cincinnati, 6 a.m.
lKMltlT KllkE. -A victim of vouthtlll lltllnlno
eaiiHing Premature Decay, Narvmia Debility. Loaa
Maobood, Ac, having trtii in vain every knows
remedy, Waa diaoovare'l a wimple meatmof aelf-oniw,
HliK-b he w.ll ,ir , I' Ill''.it tohia rnilow-aoffarersk
A4dr;j. J.LLUt t.VU u UuxbauiStNw kork,
UAWTm AGENTS, Men and Womer
IUBLK " Introduction by Rev. J. 11. Via
cent, D.D. One agent has sold (iS in a towi
of D74 people; no73 in a village of 7V4;oni
new aeent Hb in 1(1 daysi one in 4 aucee.
tive weeka; one 40 in 3 daya at two didorent
times. Kiperienne not ceceasarr Address
to Dovuorn street, Chicago.
NOTICE TO SHIfl'EttS.:.
Owing to the high water the steamer
DEAN ADAMS will lrare for Helena ani
Friars Point every MONDAY end THURS
DAY at 5 o'clock p.m., and for Oaoeolaand
Gold Dust every WEDNKSDAT end SAT
URDAY at Id o'clock a.m., until further
notice. .TAS. LKK. Suo't.
Special Notice For Marion.
The Ferrvboat '
n III leave the loot of Jefferson atreet tor
Marien, at a a.m. end 3 p.m.
FOR CAIRO ANI) HT. LOU1H.
Ml. I.onta no5 New Orlanassa Anchor
l.lsie-i.N. nall-UAlHO UT. L'JUIS.
Will laare .the Kl era tor THIS DAT. Anrll
2Hh, at p.m. For freight or paesage apply
0. L. Hit.i., Paaa. Art. AONTOKM. flnp't.
sat. Loate) ! Raw Orlewssw Aaapna
I.IsiV.b. Mstll-rOK VICKSBUKd.
City of Cairo. -T
Llshtner master, - wViaiar
Will leaT.the Kleyator intJRMiAV, April
21 h, at ( p.m. For freigat or paaaage apply
C. I.. H a i.i.. Paa. Agt. AT) STi'HM. Sup't.
FOR LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI
Southern Tranaiwrtation C. O. Line For
Cairo, I.ouiaville and Cincinnati tr.
U. P. 8chcnck.' afljv
J. L. Carter. ..master, astt$MCfieV
Will leave KK1DAV, April JClh, at 6pm..
Ill leave r HlUAi, April 3Ulli, at opm..
r freight or paaaaee apply to 0. U. KlIH
t'.lA.. Atent. Vi Madiaon at. T.lenhona 27.
Jjiwia 1). Kkinuli, l'aaaenser Agent.
Memphis and Cinclinati I'actet Co.
rOH LOI'IHVILLK att'lHVIBjBlATI.
lluckej o Ntatej
II. J. Vinton master.
Will leave Till H8UAY, April 29. at 8 p.m.
For Ireightor passage apply to C. B. Rllli
SKLl,, Agent, No. U Madiaon at. Telephone
No. 227. JOHN CAKK, Haaaenter Agent.
8teamer JAMBS W.liAtF followa, leaT
ing Vondav. Mav 1.
FOR TIPTON VILLE.
For Osoeola. Ualea Point. Carutheravtlle.
Oayoao and Tiptonvliie The new steamer
a -rMBkeaitfk . rr w
'. P. Ilall master I J. D. Fuller clerk.
I I loare as above, and all way points.
RVBHY MONDAY and TUURtflMf at (
FOR WHITE BIYEK.
MeMphis, Whit & Black Blver Packet
For ilelena, PeValls llluff. Dm Doi :Au-
(usu, Newport ana iiateevine. iaa nw .
and elesant sidewheel paaaencer ste:ijier
Freddie Robinson, r.O
Milt HarrT uiaaler
Will leave KVKKY BATUHDA Y at 6 o'clock
p.m. Throuah rates to all notnu. rreisnt
oonalf nsd to Milt Uarry Line, Memphis, will
he promptly forwarded. W.J.P UUlLK.
Office l'i Madison si. Telephone VI.
Jaaai 11. raaaautM, fassenger Aaent. lei
Memphis and Vlcksbnrfr Packet torn
panj U. S. Mall Line.
For flelena, ('oncordla, Terrene and Arkaa-
laatilty l he .maant paaaenaer sm" or
H. K. Cheek. ..master I W. 0. Dlauaor..
EVERY MONDAY and lliUKSDAY, at S
p. ui., reaervini the right to paaa all tendinis
the captain nay deem unsafe. For general
Information apply at office, No, 4 Madiaoa
street. K. WALWOKTII, As.nt.
IDIIN OABH. Paaa'r Aeent. Telephone itts.
Arkansas Itlvcr Pk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, tpr,
K. II. Hmlth.... master. staa-awai
Leaves Memphis Every TIIKSD AY, at 5 p.m.
11.0. l.OWK, Afent,
Office, No. !l Madiaon at. Telephone No. SI, '
Momilils& Whito HIt or Tkt.Co
V. H. MAIL L1M 13.
STR. CHICKASAW, r.
B. 0, Pos Ul.maUr I 0. M.oeUl...Mn(iltri
ITIairenilnn, nevitlla It In er, nm Are,
LAnjcnatn, JaMikaosaMrtiaaad a m rr J ,
ilAVKa MKMI'UlWkvery WKDNKHUATi
at S p.m. Throuih rates to all points.
Frelihi ooniijned to " Memphis and W hit
Klver Packet Company" will be forwarded
promptly. U. J, LOWH, Arant,
No, S Mudlaon at. Telephone No. M.
The St, Francis River Tratuportatloi
Co.'s Vine HMe-W heel II. B. MaU Steamet
Rene Macready, r !g
O. K. Joplln master,
WILL i.KATK MKNaHl(i KVK1
'iir km war,
at 5 o'clock, for Marianne, the Cut-Off, and
Intermediate landlnnson tit. Kranola river.
The eaptain reservea the right to pass all
lendlnii he deems unsafe. J AH. LEU, Jr.,
Hmwirlntfinrlna. rirncn. No. 4 MnHUon at
I'nok'a Eacnrafosa Hartle leave la
April, May, June and July. Send for Pro
gramme. liKllvlilnnl Toarlat Tlrhrlai fur travel
In Kuropeand all parts nf the globe. 1'Me
aim' Tickeia by all Unas of stoaniers.
4 uuk'a KariiralonlNt, with maps, pub
llshed moDllily. hv mall fur Tan Ckvtk.
TIKSH. '( et HON,
Wil Prna.lwny, New York.
Non lte.Hlderit Notice.
NoWiMK. D.-In the Chancery Court of
riholhy cull nly, Tenn. btate of Tenneaaoe
fur ita own ure, eta,, vs. Hutli Tildnby,
It appearing from bill which ia sworn to in
this cau.ie that the defendant', Joaeph tl.
Kaaton and M. 11. Murriinan, are roaiilanta
ol the . Slate of Miaaouri ; that Marian Still
man, the Metropolitan National Hank,
Joaeph M. Mycra and tbe American Miaaion
nry Aaauciiition uro all reaiilenta of New
York; that Julia and W.ll. V. Mattoi are
roaidenta of tho Kltte of Arkanaaa; that
litivid and Abraham Mack, Joseph Huhn,
rt'iin'l Kliihtnaii, or the aurviving partners
of Mark Uroa, and liohn, are reaiilenta of
Ohio; that nina I), I'inaon ia roaidont ol the
liiatrlctof Coluiiiliia; that Annie K. and J.
A. Kirby and J. I. Thurinan are raaiijunvs
of Miaaiaaippi, and that the Boutbcrn lUp
tiat Tlieoloaical Hemlnary ia a reaident of
Kentucky, and all non-realdente of tlie Slata
of Tunnoa'ue; and that Jennie A. Flhor,
I.i ri io Kiaher, Kale Fiaber, Harry Kiaher,
Nellie Kiaoor, '1 liomaa Kialier, Jennie Fiah
er and Maurico Fiahcr and lleo. T. Mull are
all non-reaidenta "f the ritate of Tenneace,
and that the nniuca and places of residence
of the beira of Franeii Q. Houthworth, inade
oartios on account of intexest in went half
lot i!i!, Coopor aub-iliviaion : that tbe names
and placea of r.aidunce of the heirs of Innam
(1. boari.y, made partiea on aocount of inter
eat in lots I, 7 and 13, JClrod aub-di vision :
that the namea and places of residence of
the heira of Andrew Ilenara, truatoe, and of
the heira of ,'arollne ltaffo. made nartiea on
account of in'ereat in pari' of lota 1 and 4,
block 4.1, tauaey atreet. of the heira of Joaeoh
Tate, colored, made parties on account of
Interoat in lot 14, block V, northwest corner
of Tbl'd and Carolina street, of the heirs
of R. 0. Urundy, made partiea on aocount of
intereat ia lot 32. liorland aub. iviJion. are
all unknown and cannot be aiertainei
after diligent inquiry, this being iuit to
enforce tai liens;
It is therelnre ordered, 1 hat aal'l parties
make their appoaranoe herein, at the court
house of Shelby county, in Memphis, ToniV .
on or before the Hrat .Monday in May, lieV
and plead, answer or demur to eompialnxnt, .
bill, or the same will be tken for conloaJ
as to them and a.t for hearing ex pur lei and" '
that a copy of thia order be publiahed once 4
week, for lour succcaaive weeka, in the
Memphis Appeal, ibis Jilt Jay of March.
A copy Atlcat :
. K. f. Mi POWELL, Clerk and Master.
By J. M Ilrnlli'V. Iicputy U. and U.
F. II. and C. W, Heiikell, Solioilori fur
com plainant. th
MEI, young or old,
iiiixi ine a lectrto
shield and ciuacnso-
fry cure every stage of
Vi eakncis of the hid-
ne a, Sexual System,
V' ' "':' . , I cr.tcobled powers.
fiPii"" 'V '-I'lXhlon.y refanded if
I.H1 vTi nV'! I "ot ' represeiitsd.
I III V VI I l'ri-e-'aud upward.
UU1 W UilLI Hamnhlet f'ee. All
Vnricorote aid kt or
orl'TS mnt be aent to Amarlraa (JstleaB.
Ic t o., 7S0 Breaaaay, tirn t rk, al
all our W after n ollieiwre ditcwuitaueei.