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THE MEMPHIS SUNDAY APPEAL MAY 11, 1873.
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Death and Marriage notias free of eh- SfS, but funeral notices, obituaries, and complit Ble ary notice of marriages, are charged at regi tsT rates. We will not accept any advertisement to Oaf reading matter. First or Fourth j-afk advertisements, stat St ory, double rates. We solicit letters and communications upon subtects of general interest, but such must always be accomxin.ed by a rt sponsible name. We trill not return rejected communications. All Utters, oomsnusurations, or anything else or the .4ia-al, should not be addressed to any iiuiiridual connected witk the office, but simply to the PP'.1.. wemnhls. Town. FINANCE AND TRADE. Middling Cotton 1H New York Ex change par to 1-4 Premium tiold 116 1-4. Some Feed Selling Uutler and Fggs Mill Drooping Bacon and Mess Lower. that the buyer Khnll not be required to receive a greatertuantity of the grade of ordlnarv than twenty-fire per cent., nor of grades below that of good ordinary a larver proportion than fill percent, ol the entire quantity, to be delivered at the price of - cent-, p. r pound lor low middling, with additions or deduc tions for other grades, according to the rates of the New York Cotton Kxchaiie,at the time of deli ei, v. Either party to have the right to call for a margin as the variations of the market for lik.' deliveries may warrant. Aud which Margin ail he kept good. This contract Is made in view of. and In all respects subject to the rule and conditions established by the New York Col Ion Kx ehaiiKe. aud in full accordance with article 17 ol the by-laws. Kcspectfullv, , Brokers. I'nder this new contract you will observe that sellers of cotton, for future delivery, may loudei twentv-tive per cent, of ordinary cot ton, and up to fifty per cent, of grades lielow good ordinary .audi lie remainder ol good or dinary or grades nliove, on the basis ot low middling. We nuanl this change as Important to nln in, - siwl Kbloneix u ho may wisli to sell in this market In advance of their shipments. Yours, resvl!uil. .MACA1M.AV 4 Co. Monetary Matters Unchanged liu prorement in New York The Fall Prospect, Cotton I'nchsnged Spiritless Market The .New Contract. On : m ok the Daily Appeal, -ui SDAV, May 10, 1873. I i VAX IAI.. The usual dignified tranquility atid undeviatiiig exactitude presided at the "glittering balls of goldeu light." on Madison street. Exchange in fair but not abundant supply, at par buying and c premium selling on New York, e discount and par selling on New Or leans. For gold the brokers were pay ing I In no sort of stocks, bonds, r other securities, could we hear a word of interest. The Nashville Banner of Friday reisirla ; ' 'Past due coupons are rorth about 62c. Comptroller's war ra.its are juiet, and in but little demand by taxpayers. Dealers buy at 94c, and bold at oc. Bank of Tennessee notes, old issut, are almost entirely off the market. Dealers buy at 95c, and hold at 97c. The new issue is very quiet, and would bring in this market iV.i-SOc." The New York Herald of Thursday says of money : "Money was easy and -teaciy at b(i per cent., me market be ing as quiet on this basis as if the past eight months uf stringency were a stream. The indications all point to a :.-lut of money throughout the summer, :uni extremely low rates on call. As a Jirst result of the relaxation in money, a brink demand has set in for mercantile paper, and the note brokers who were thinking a few weeks since of trying some other occujiation.are about as busy as their brethren at the Htock Exchange. The gold market was firm and steady at 117fajJli. closing atlJTj, the strength ening HLtlueuce being an apprehension that the Bank of England might becom iielled, by the action of the Continental iiauk-s, to raise the discount rate at the weekly meeting of the directors in the morning. A scarcer supply ot cash gold was also regarded as inimical to the short interest. The firmness of the market continued to the close, notwithstanding the favorable return from the custom house of the week's exports of domestic produce." Muni's Magazine has the following Anticipations: "For auything that a rs we shall have monetary tranquil ity for the next two or three months. The best authorities anticipate trouble in the fall. Consequently there will be more tlispositiou to provide time loans Ijeforeh&ud, and already some heavy transactions are reported, running to January. Tliis disposition to seek time loaus in the summer, reaching through the fall and winter, if it extends, as U h i'l- fair to do, will have the two-fold effect of diminishing the pressure in the fall and winter, and of increasing the activity during the dull mouths between seasons, if, for this and other reasons, money should not lend at as low rates as usual this summer, there will probably fje a compensation in the prevalence ot easier rates in the fall, especially as the drain of capital from this center, in const-. Uenoe of the tires at Chicago and Boston, has ceased, and will in ail prob ability be followed in a few months by a return current setting this way. As this outward flow of capital contributed so much toward making our money market sensitive, tight, and bare of funds, s, the return of that capital should tend, when it sets in, to develop ease.' The following is the buuk statement of the New Y'ork banks, as rendered this morning: tJIM.Ktl. MARKET. The weather was delightful to-dav. and some arrivals of produce threw a little more animation into the market Corn was in moderate demand, but ftil- lv equal to the moderate arrivals: sales were made on the lauding at from 58c to 6ic. Hay remains intensely quiet and thoroughly irregular. Oat are stairuant at nominally 45c; in the western market they tire stronger, with an advancing tendency. Bran is dull at Si5. with slight supply. Cornmeal is stronger, with exiectation of au earlv and ma teria' advance: sales at S2 55fi 2 60. Butter becomes weaker daily; the warmer weather and frueti tying rains are largely increasing the supply, and we found the very best choice in the market offering in lots, for cash, at 27c: single packages of sweet spring butter sold freely at 30c. Eggs remain weak at 16c, a prevalent price; small pack ages sold up to 16c, and there were sales made at 14c. Chickens remain weaker: the supply of sprintr chickens from the country around causing old to decline; some coops of all hens brought o 25, the very outside price. Bacon, as we anticipated yesterday from tidings re- eived by private telegrams, is weak and lower; for clearside, 10jc was the common asking rate, but the wholesale, cash rate, was ltMe: shoulders also shaded" ic, quoting Sifa.slc. Hams are unchanged, as also is lard, Mess Fork lost its outside figure, and we now quoteS19 dt). The 8t. .Louis Republican of Friday has ;this significant remark: the Hie seems to be out of urovisions. at present at least, and the market has lost the exciting interest which has dis tinguished it for some time past until within a week or ten days. Yesterday it was very dull, and very little wasdoue in any description." The St. Louis Democrat of the same day has an ex cellent article on the same subject, from which we condense as follows: "When mess porii was Slaws, manv hesitated to buy; now it is $18, thousands think it will be higher. The latter point to the ngiu bums anu tne large exportation the former to the sudden falling off in the exMrtation, and the immense re ceipts of live hogs here, at Cincinnati, Chicago, Milwaukee, Buffalo, and all eastern points. They declare that the summer pacKing will more than supply the foreign demand, aud that the stock on hand of winter-packed meats is much more than can be taken by local con sumers. liotti of these parties have some truth in their calculations. We think a time of dullness and temporary decline is at hand, but that the market will react ana prices probably advance to a still higher point than thev have touched this year yet. it is true that bogs are arnvniK from the country now in large numbers. Chicago is receiving about 60,000 head jer week, St. Louis about 20,000, or possibly 25, 000 per week; When prices inn, this supply ol hotr will diminish; a decline in prices would heck the supply, and a continuance of present prices makes it impossible for tne summer pacaer to put cheaper meat on the market than is now offered Therefore, from this cause, we do not think a permanent decline of any mag nitude need be apprehended. The fall ing offin foreign exportation is a more serious matter. According to a telegram received from New Y'ork yesterday by Mr. M. S. Bartley, the exportations for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, of this week, were only 459,600 lbs. of ba con, 1,188.475 lbs. of lard, and 881 lbs. of pork, e or last week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, over 4,000,000 lbs. of bacon, over o.OOo.OoO lbs. of pork, and 5,000 bbls. of pork, were exported from ew York. This shows au immense falling off, and will probably paralyze the market everywhere through thv west for the time being, and insure a greater or less decline in prices. But after a little, prices will rally again, un der Increased importation and renewal of speculation, and 22 or S23 per bbl. for mess pork is quite as likely to be reached as not to be." The St. Louis patters quote the freight to this city, by river, for corn and oats, and bacon autl lard, per 100 lbs., 15c, instead of 17ic as before. Ouotations arc for round Ms unless oth erwise expressed; and for fied and jjroducc, levee rates, f or small pur chases and orders, rates are propor tionately liigher: Apples Mixed $3 50; choice 5(S6 jjaco-n cienr siues, D'4(ai0ic; clear rib, 10j(il0jc; shoulders, 8K$8c; sugar-cured liams, canvased, 14J( 15$. Bran Nominally, $15. Butter Good table at 132Gc; choice, 28(oi0c. Corn Sales of 50 sacks yellow at 5('c; sacks mixed at oSc; 100 aud ISn States Express Company, 73; Pacific Mail, 53; New Y'ork Central, 100 j; Kne, 63; Erie, "referred, 7,!; Harlem. 126; Harlem, preferred, 128: Michigan Central,105; Pitbiburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, 89j; Northwestern, 80; North western, preferred, 86; Itock Island, Ins;; New Jersey Central, 104; St. Paul, 56J; St. Paul, preferred, 73; Wabash, ; Waliash, preferred, 83; Fort Wayne, 93; Terre Haute, 15; Terre Haute, preferred,40; Chicago and Alton, i to; cuicago ana Alton, preferred, 111 ; Ohio and Mississippi, 43; Cleveland, Columbus aud Cincinnati, !:8; Burling ton and Quiney, 109; Lake Shore, 91 J; Indiana Central, 335: Illinois Central. 115; Uuion Pacific stock, Sli: Central Pacific bonds, 103J; Union Pacific bond. H6J; Central Pacific bouds, 103, and Delaware aud Lackawaua, 103; Hart ford and Erie, 3. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 10. Sight ex change, J prem; sterling exchange, 127. LONDON. London, May 10, 2 p. m. Consols 931; mouey, fc9j(89J; account, 93J; 50i's 't5, Mfj '67, 933; 10-40's, 89; new 5s, 891. Erie, 49. The rate of discount in the bank of England advanced 1 per cent aud is now 5. The reduction of duty on sugar causes a decline; spot, 29s 30d. The amount of bullion with drawh from the bank of England on balance to-day was $150,000. PABIS. Paris, May 10. Keutee, flat at 54f.20c. FRANKFORT. Frankfort, May 10. 5-20's '62, 95. COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD. NEW Y ORK. New York, May 10, 10:15 a.m. Cot ton dull; ordinary, 14;c; good or dinary, 161c; low middling. IS'c: mid dling, 19c; Alabama, 19c; Orleans, 193c; Texas, 20c; futures easy; sales 1500 bales; May, nominal, I8c; June, 185; July, 183c; August, 18c. 12:45 p. m. Cotton strong; ordinary 14jSc; middling, 19c; sales exporters, none; to spinners, 115 bales; last even ing's exports, 688 bales; to spinners. 125 oaies; i mures quiet; sales, 8,000 bales; July, 18j. Cotton report for one day at all united States ports: Receipts, 5,883 bales; extiorts to Great Britain, 3,310 oaies; to continent, U4M bales; stock. 409,655 bales. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 10, 11:30 a.m. Cotton in moderate demand; middling, 1818Jc; sales, 400 bales. 2 p.m. Cottou in fair demand, and prices steady and firm; middling, lsfe 18c; sales 1800 bales; receipts, 936 bales'. LIVERPOOL. Liverpool, May 10, 11 a. m. Cot tou steady; uplands, Sid: Orleans. 9id- sales for the day, 10,000 bales; specula tion and export, 1000 bales; American, 6000 bales; April and May shipments to Savannah or Charleston, 8c3; May and June, 8d; April and May shipments to New Orleans, 9d; May and June deliv ery at Savannah or Charleston, 8 13-16d. 1 p.m. Cotton quiet and steady; up lands, 8sd; Orleans, 9Jd; sales, 10,000 oaies; expert anu speculation, 1000 bales NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 10. Cotton De mand light; holders firm; low middling 16jc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, May 10. Cotton is dull: low middling, 17c. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, May 10. Cotton is dull and nominal; low middling, 17c; middling, 18c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, May 10 - Cotton is verv quiet at 18c. DRY (iOODS MARKET. Molasses no movement; common fer men ting 3-5(S42ic. Coffee at 17K-lf.Jc wuisky quiet western rectified, 82c Louisiana, 91c; Cincinnati, 93c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, May 10. Flour is in fair demand and prices advanced, at $7 7u a. w neat is quiet at Si 73. Corn is firm at 4850c. Rye is firm at 83c. Oats are firmer at 42oM8e. Barley is firm. Oro cenes are steady. Oils are firm. Eggs are steady. Butter and cheese are steady Provisions are quiet. Mess pork is uom mat at sli .vk.jI, 7ft. .Lard is uuiet steam held at 9c, 8 jc bid ; kettle held at 9c. Bulk meats are quiet; shoulders held at 6ic; clear rib sides, SVisjc sales at 9tc seller June: clear. 8r,r 9e. Bacon is quiet; shoulders, 7ie: clear rib sides, !'c; ciear, !;c jobbing sales, Whisky is firm at 88c. NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 10. Flour is stead v at $99 25. Wheat is steady at $1 56 (1 60. Corn is steady at 56c. Oats are in fair demand and firm at 45(5 52c. J-.ggs no export demand, at 121(5 13c provisions are m fair demand and firm Meas pork, $19. Lard steady; kettle- dried, toe. Bulk meats are in fair de mand and firm; shoulders. 7jc: clear rib sides, 9Je; clear, 10c. Bacon is in fair demand and hrm; shoulders, 8c; clear rib sides, 101c; clear sides, lOMc. Whis'v j i ii i. . i , , , . tiemauu iigitt auti uomers nrm at S RIVER INTELLIGENCE. Boats Leaving- To-Day. St. Louis Julia New Y'ork, May 10. Trade move ment was slow with manufacturers' agents, aud the jobbing distribution was light. The market for cotton goods was unchanged. Bleached shirtiugs are firm ii lust bands, but irregular with jobbers. who offer at prices which are concessions on some prominent brands. Fine brown sheetings are in good demand at current rates. Rolled jaconets aremoving brisk ly at reduced prices. Colored cottons are f'rui and fairly active. Prints are ouiet. E bawls and woolens are verv dull. For eign goods are inactive. The dry goods imports for the past week amouut to H, 286,754. PRODUCE MARKETS. 1 1 (-illation, decrease .. 4u,Muu Memphis currency sixes, 58 with the two pjst-duecouons, without them 53(5) Memphis gold sixes, 57(5 58. Mem Wf pat-due coupons, January 80, July '. Mieioy county wai rants,, ve ss; Memphis and Charleston railroad stock, Jl ; ditto 1st mortgage bouds, 87; ditto 2d mortgage, 75. Memphis and Ohio railroad stock, 19; ditto 1st mortgage lionds, '; onto 2d mortgage, 8p. .Mis sissippi aud Tennessee railroad stock, 18; ditto l-t mortgage bonds, 86; dittos! mortgage, 74. Mississippi 'entral rail road stock, 17; ditto 1st mortgage Ismds -.": ditto 2d mortgage, 83. Mississippi levee b tuds, 38. Arkansas levee bonds, The Y'aeJt 19 leana, 18ic, w lions as exist ket there was -oTToa. telegrams reitorted New Y'ork -rpooi, 8(ti, aud Aew or- Hi are the same quota yesterday. In our mar i moderate inquiry and M spirit. Sales amounted to J 100 bales, at the rates of previous ouotations. A lot of Mmpot brought 17(5, 19c; good idinary and good to strict ordma :y al 15c; strict good ordinary 15$rt)15jc, middling al 18c. 1 nlerior... ixw oril.. ' iiilinary. xxxl ord .. IUH-eiits Mnpuielll.. . .ijs, S- .. -lu .U I2--...Jlli , lxw mid 16J4r- Mlddllnu ISis si i hi mid i i date i to date. j'-i i. ml... lHT.k K7H SW Sl.TIi its-J, 1X72 412 1 l(i,K7K .-iliK,7W j.'d.UfCi ii!.- and Charleston ridiroad I.vdjl nd Tenn-xee l.illlo.id. ?ii'lii- and Ohio rallroiul i j, i.l ik and l.lttli- lU k railroad !W2 its 1M . 27 lli ; An niaU-d per wagowa and other sources.... SO KXPOKTH. Jleslon rallrtjod lineiee railroad IMJ i i amer,. t-oalli..... Ttte New form ef lullon rMlractt. Tne New York Cotton Exchange hav ing recently changed one of it rules re-Kai-ung cotton contracts, the following een drawn up in accordance with the change : New Yokk, May Lj 1W3. SSafSi 11 F a Co., Memphis: ;r.An Hia We beu: . new lurtn oi romraci ax lielow I - N york Oiton Kii-hniiKe -ltaet for all deli verie ol coll on i lie Unit (4 Beptember ueit : i 'NTUACT A. New Yobk, s.ld lot M To M at lent ion to aiiopLed by ; to go Into made alter ,1S7-. 1 1 white at 60c Coffee Advanced ; 21(5 25c. Coknmeal Hales of 12.5 and 2-50 bbls. at 2 k aud 300at ft 00. Kogs Active at 15c, with sales at 14c aud 16c. Floik X, S.5 75(5 6 50; XX, SO 75(5 7 50; XXX, $8(59 a0; family, ffi $g 9 50; fancy, $01(2,10 50. Ounxies New, 18Jc, second-hand, 14c. Hay Sales fiom common to prime al $17(5 Hominy $4 004 2.5 per bbl. Hides Dry Hint hides, l!c; dry salted hides, UAlte; dry damaged hides, 13c; dry deer skins, 25c. Mar- Ket dun anu declining. Lard In tierces, i(5 9Jc; kegs, 10j 10jc; pails, lO'C" 10 jc for refined. Lemons and Okanues Oranges, $5 (n ii iier box. Lemons, j no . ;i i;o. "Mess Pork Ouiet at fU Bl Oats Nominally at 45c. Potatoes Choice, unsprouted peach blows at $1 75(5 2 (XI per bbl.; in sacks 60c per bushel ; "russets $1 50. Poixtey Chickens, mixed $4(5)4 75; all hens $5f56 25; spring chickens $5 (XI. Vegetables, New Ccucumbers per doz., 80t5 90c; turnips $2 5iK5 2 75; jer bbl ; caiTots ?2 75fa 00 per bbl; beets $4 (?.4 25 jar bbl; parsnips $4f 4 50 per bbl; green ieas $2 jer sack; cabbage.-i iWi.i II per lmihead; jxitatoes j4 00 , 4 50 ler bbl; onions, $2 50 per sack, $5 per bbl; snap !eans$3 00 per sack. Vooi. Common, NAMa; unwashed to washed. HQ 40c, with no demand. Market dull aud neglected. MuNhiAKv ami nuaaujs. . The r'a op , upou -ed upon by Us parties futeresUxt heiem, NKW YORK. New York, May o. Money easy at 7 per ' 'I" on call, with exceptions at 4,y5 -r cent. Sterling Exchange Stronger. Ijlte in the day the leading bankers, appre hensive of trouble on the continent ad vanced rates to b for sixty days and M for sight. Ootd Active and higher, advancing to 118,!(5.118. Ijoans were 4(6 per cent for carrying. Clearings, l,ooo,000. Treasury disbursemen Is, -;.tm. Total payments for the May interest to date $6,766,IXX). Government Bonds -Closeil strong at highest price of the week. U. S. couirof 1881, 121; 5-20's of '62, 115s ; '64, 115 '65, 117J; new '65, 18; '67, 20; coul pons of 1868, 18; new 5s, 115$; 10-40's, 113ij; currency, tts i&iuihern State St'-urilics -- State Mi steady. Missouri, 93 j; Teuties- see, old, 81 k Tennessee, new, 81 1 ; V ir- gima, new, 0; Virginia, old, 43; North Carolina, old, 25; Aorlii Carolina, new, 18. Stocks and Bunds Advices from Vi enna relative to the pauic on stock ex change gave a weak tone to the market, aud the general selling movement iuau- ?;uraled a general decline in prices of rom to 2; per cent, the market closing weak at about the lowest price of the day. The Vienna crisis was local in its character, and grew out of a dissatisfac tion iu regard to some security placed ou the market by the Rothschilds. Pri vate advices state that the military was called out and the bourse closed for three days. This afleruoou the Ger mans were buying gold on reisirts from the other aide that the depressiou exist ed at i-rankfort, tfeiiiu aud Amster dam. W. V. Telegraph Company, 65; Quicksilver, 38; Adam- Express Company, 954: Wells & Fargo's Express Company, 80; American Merchant's l ulou Express Company, 67; Uuitod NEW YORK. New York, May 10. Flour dull and unchanged; receipts, 12,000; superfine western and State, $5 65fA6 85; common to good extra, $6 607 40; good to choice $7 458 35; common to choice, $8 50(5 10 50; Bt Louis, $7 5ug)12 50. Rye flour is firm at $4 105 75. Corn meal is active and steady. Whisky is easier at 93e. Grain Wheat, prime easier; poor grades of spring is lower; winter is iu good demand; receipts $48,000; No. 3 spring, $1 52(5,1 72; mixed $1 58(5: 1 CJ in car lots; No. 2, Chicago, $1 62fe 1 64; JNo. 2, Milwaukee, afloat, SI 08; strictly prime higher and scarce; amber western, $2 05. Rye is quiet and firm. Barley is lower; Canada $1 15. Malt is quiet, tiover seed is steady; western, s :rn s state, ,o(a !i. Timothy i linu at j4 00. Corn is firmer; receipts, du.uou; new wesu-rn mixed, 67(568c old, afloat, 69c. Oats are active ant: higher for new mixed western; receipts 16,000; new mixed western, 5ti(553c white western, 55(5,o6Jc; black western, 4(coi jc. Jggs are quiet and unchanged Hay and hops are unchanged. Leather is unchanged at 28'.; 31c: orinoke. 27( 28c. Wool is dull aud iu buyer's favor; Laiitornia, i8(.jtc; Texas, 17(2-h-State, 46(n;48c; unwashed, 30t'i 33c. Cof fee i strong; no, 17(5;lfl. Sugar steady ; ceuiniugai, !vjc. Molasses is un .1 1 . Vl . . , . . cnautu; mw wrieitns, Nfa ;uc. Jtice is steady at Petroleum is lower; crude, ii "-nc; relined, inc. l ur; en tine is dull at 50c. Pork is firmer; new mess, ill 75; extra prime, $14 50; prime mess, j-i i(.; i ( ,s; June, 17 tio hid and j-17 80 asked. Beef is quiet and steady leef hams are quiet; tierce beef is dull Cut meats are a shade lower; pickled hams, llgll Jc; middles are a shade easier, long clear iiE.'.iJc, short clear 9c Lard is firmer; western steam, 9 5-16(5 iic; kettle, 9(5 9c. Butter is dull and heavy; fair to prime western, 27(5y30c; new State, 28(5 32c. Cheese is steady at IRIDIC. ST. LOUIS. St. Loi is, May 10. Flour is ouiet and uuchanged; business light. Wheat is dull and unchanged; only sample iota soiu; z Chicago spring, soft, $1 30; No. 3 red fall, $1 60. Corn is ac tive aud advanced ; No. 2 mixed, SOJfJ, 40c at elevator, cash: 41W5;42c seller June. Oats are active and advanced: No. 2, 35Jc; elevator, cash, 36c. Barley and rye are unchanged; little doing. Whisky is higher at 8'Jc. Pork is nomi nally lower and was offered at $17 75. in dry salt meats nothing was done. Bacon opened dull and lower with sales of clear asides at 9$e, aud closed with a firmer feeling, with some inquiry for futures, but offers didn't meet seller's views. Lard is nominal. Hogs are lower at $4 50(5)5 10. Cattle are dull; iuferior to common, 2(i.3c; fairtochoice fat beeves, 4(.;5c. Receipts 4000, 8,000, 20.000, 32,000, 1000, none. Hogs, 3765. Cattle, 1034. CHICAGO. Chicago, May 10. Flour is steady aud in good demand ; extra spring, $6 25 (.; 6 75. Wheat is active and advanced; No 1 Chicago spring, $1 36 ; No. 2 Chi cago spring, $1 381 28, regular; strict ly fresh, $1 28(?1 28; rejected, $1 05; seller June, $1 28($1 25 j. Com is in good demand at full prices; 3!:jc for reg ular; 4ijC -40Ac for strictly fresh; 38 38c for rejected; 41J($42c for June. Oats are in fair demand and firm; holders firm at 3Ip,; 32c for regular; 3. 1(. 32c for strictly fresh ; 30(T30c for rejected ; 33J f.34c seller June. Itye is in fair demaud and firm at 69c. Barley is firm and weak at 74(n83c. Mens pork is a shade higher at $16 ,;7(ud6 50 cash; seller June weak at $16 fittf.t 16 76. Lard quiet at s s; s so cash: sWn 9 05 seller June. Hams iu pickle are dull at 10(5)11 Jc. Dry salted shoulders are in fair demand at 6 ( 6jc; short rib middles firm at 88i. Bacon steady shoulders, 8c: clear rib sides, 10c; clear, 10c. Whisky firm at 8fc. Seeds dull timothy, $3 !04; clover, 4 75f5 for ordinary. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 10. Flour dull ; suK rHiie, $5 25; extra, $5 75; low treble, M treWe, $7 40(0,7 50; family, Corn is quiet; mixed, 54o; white, 55(5 5c. Oats have advanced, 44c Bran is dull aud lower at 70c. Hay is dull prime, 25; choice, $27. Pork is dull: mess, $18. Dry salt meats are dull shoulders, 7Jc; clear rib, 9c; dear' 9Jc. Bacou is drooping ; shoul ders, 8c; clear rib, 10c; clear sides, 10c. Hams are firm; choice, 14j(5)16c. Lard is quiet; tierce, kettle-rendered, 9c; refined, 9c; keg, 10(510c. Sugar is in good demand; inferior, 6(56c; low fair, 7(7; fair to fully fair, 858Jc. p.ni Arrivals. Grand Tower st. Louis rrrirr rorresr Fulton R. E. Lee New Orleans t aunie Lewis Camden Coloraoo st. Louis Ofimrlorcs, Grand Tower st. Louis Fannie Lewis t. Louis Frank Forrest Fultin K. t. Lee Louisville Colorado Ylcksburir John B. Maude New Orleans fat HOMin Cincinnati -Mary poyq Arkansas river jegai jeiiuer v, nue rlyer In Port. Utali. Tbe Weather and Hi vers. The weather yesterday was warm and clear. The river rose two inches aud the water level being twenty-seven feet one inch above low water mark. The, changes in the streams at other points are giveu as follows, in the dis patches furnished by the signal bureau : Cairo, rose four inches; St. Louis one inch; Pittsburg, five inches; Louisville, fourteen iuches; Evausville, two feel six iuches; Marietta, one foot four inches; Kansas City, nine inches; Lex ington, twelve inches; Brunswick, fifteen inches; Hermann, two inches; St. Paul, declined four inches; Daven port, four iuches; Lea veu worth one inch; Cincinnati, eleven inches; Vicks burg, one inch, Shreveport, four inches: Nashville, one foot ten inches. No re ports from other points. Receipts of freight were light yester day, the Anchor line boats bringing about all in the way of produce. The shipment of cotton was fair, and both the Arkansas and White river Backets had good trips. The Grand Towercame 4pwn early this morning with 600 tons, including 2497 dry barrels, 2316 sacks grain, 84 wet barrels, 37 casks bacon, 99 tierces hams, 710 kegs lard, 228 pack ages butter, 207 packages beer, 37 bales hay, and returned with 2-50 bales of cot tou. The Forrest brought 58 bales cot ton, 200 sacks seed. Tae R, E. Lee came up soon after dinner, on her way to Louisville and put out 246 packages vegetables and fruit, and left with 100 tons freight and SO cabin passengers for the Ohio at two o'clock. She made the run, ninety miles, from Helena here in six hours and forty-four minutes. The rannie .Lewis from the Ouachita passed up light at five o'clock in the eveuiug. The Colorado came down about the same time, deeply laden for Vicksburg, and was here until a late hour discharg ing 200 tons. The John B. Maude de parted for New Orleans with 2153 bales of cottou, a fair list of miscellaneous freight and quite a number of passen gers. The .uarv Uovd for Hip Arkan sas, and Legal Tender for White river, were wen lauen. 8 ten ni era (iolng To-Day. Bear it in mind that the irreat Anchor line steamer Julia, of which the oooular Captain Williaru H. Blake is comman der, leaves for St. Louis at five o'clock this evening. If you have any desire to go to bt. Louis, or any intermediate pout, try this boat. John F. Blake is her urbane clerk. A .'A ft A 7 0. or less damaged. Mr. Brown thinks she can be easily raised." President Grant has instructed United States Marshal Emory, at New Orleans, to seize any or all boats he may require for the transportation of troops to the seat of war in Louisiana Captain Cannon is now running the R. K. Lee with almost the regularity of a (fast) clock. On yesterday morning he tele graphed Brown & Jones, from Helena, (coal-dealers) to have a flat readv for him at twelve o'clock stating that he would arrive then, and at exactly three minutes past twelve he put his boat in at the lauding making the run from Helena here in the unprecedented time of six hours and forty-four minutes, and made one lauding ou the way. If that isn't close calculation aud rail road speed we never heard of any Colouel Starr, of New Orleans, was a passenger on the R. E. Lee yesterday, and is ou his way to the Vienna expo sition The renowned Thompson Dean takes her departure for New Orleans at five o'clock to-morrow evening. J. H. Pepper commands, and N. B. Fowler has charge of the office The gorgeous Great Republic will be up early to-morrow morning for St. Louis. Get ready for her The Ruth, with one tbousaud and ninety-nine bars of railroad iron, passed Vicksburg Wednesday night for Arkansas river The Maude for New Orleans had on board twenty-one hun dred and fifty-three bales of cotton when she left here last night The Belle Memphis is the Anchor line boat for St. Louis to-morrow The blutls were crowded with visitors at sunset last eve ning to see tne departing boats lhe veutriloquisuc powers of a well- kuown steamboat agent of this citv caused no little merriment at the laud ing a few nights since, when one of the St. Louis and New Orleans boats was putting out some heavy casks. When the third cask was being rolled down the stage-plank, to the surprise and con sternation of the superstitious negro laborers, as well as those standing about, a voice was heard inside the cask : "Roll it easy; the plaguey nails hurt; I'd rather pay my passage than all this." Holding up their hands, their eyes ex panding to the size of two saucers, the aborers exclaimed: "lhat iieats the 1." The mate coming up at this mo ment, and unaware of the cause of the delay, commenced scolding them for their dilatoriuess, wheu within the cask the voice came forth: "You're nobodv: let me out of this cask." "What's that?" said the mate. "Why, it's me," said the voice. " I want to get out; I won't stand this any longer." 'Upend the cask," said the mate. "Oh, don't, you'll kill me," said the voice. 'Oh, how these nails prick ! Look out lon't! again said the casked-up in dividual, as the men were turning it over. "Cooper," said the mate, "un head that cask and takeout that man." As the adze sundered the hoops, and the head was coming out, the voice again broke forth: "Be easy, now; is there any one about? I don't want to be caught." Quite a crowd had gathered round the scene of action, when a low gutteral laugh broke forth, which made the darkies hair stand on end, and the cask was found filled with bacou. "What does that mean?" says one. "It beats my time," .-aid the mate. "It don't mine." Quoth the aareut. and with a chuckle he started un Monroe street H- MWT on the double-quick, followed by sever al bowlders hurled by tbe mate. LIQUORS. B. VACCARO. C. DICKStAHK. A. B. VAOCABO A. VAAJBO A 0. Importer and Denton In WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, No. 324 Front Street, - Memphis. A NEW IDEA, AND HEW IXBTITITTIOH. BOARUINO-HOrSE and Ladles' and lien Uemen's restaurant. Dressing-room for ladies from the country and city. Meal at all honrs, from fifteen cenUi to Ave dollan, as ordered. All delicacies and lux uries of the city and season as required. Rooms to rent, furnished or nafumlahed. MRS. A. J. LEIOHTON. MERRILL mm, 59 MADISON. WINDOW GLASS AND SALT AGENCY. , RADFORD & CO. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF WINDOW GLASS, NAILS AND SALT ! Window OU Warehouse and Office of Wt Virginia Salt and River side Iron Works Agency, No. 16 ami 18 UNION STREET, BET. MAIN AND FRONT, MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE J MEDICAL. OR. D. S. JOUVSOV MEDICAL DISPENSARY 30$ Main St., Memphis, Teaa. Established In ltM for the core of Vc.-ir.KEAL OB SECRET I'ST KKt.'KlVF.I) VSOO Iii brated Pittsbunc Tnlon U snch an extent as to meet t trade Kenerally are invited to exam JKi WINDOW OLAJW or THE CELE 'm' V i -I" "f ''Isss will be increased every wees t.. STX?10.11' southern market. Contractors and the pete with PltUburg or any Western city in prices. Address r"nm anu we warram u co- HS4-KEK fA-We mruiMi Guilders with Doors, Nash SAAPann . ... i Kllnds a it ii i.nn,i.. -t . TOMUNSON'S INSURANCE AGENCY. ESTABLISHED 1863, Dress Making. MRS. E.M. SCANLAND, IS prepared to fill all orders with prompt ness. Wedding, Dining and Traveling costumes a specialty. Rooms over M. J. Yan cey t (Jo.'s millinery store, 192 MAIV STREET, Second door north of Washington. ap27 VALHERMOSO SPRINGS, MORGAN CO., ALABAMA. EIGHTEEN miles from Huntsville by car riage road; twenty-five mile s from Deca tur by boat or carriage. Here are White Sul phur and Iodine. Black Hulphurs and Iodine and Chalybeate waters in Inexhaustible sup plies more strongly impregnated, says a dis tinguished cuemist. than nnv hlmltgr mIm In the Lnitd States. Hotel accommodations ample. Table wholesome and excellent. Ask all the guestsoflast year. Prices to suit the times, so tbat living is cheaper here than at home, restored health and vigor are added as clear gains. Send for Circulars to J. R. PAYNTER 4 SONS, Proprietors. P. O. alhermoxo Springs, Morgan connty, Alabama, via Decatur. my7 dw LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF- DONDS & COUPONS AT AUCTION, BY JOHN J. COHEN & SONS, BANKERS AND BROKERS. Auctioneer TOMLIIMSON'S INSURANCE AGENCY, No. 17 Madison Street. QUEEN INSURANCE CO. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, CAPITAL,, - - $10,000,000 ASSETS IN UNITED STATES, $722,413 11. o ROYAL INSURANCE CO. OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON, CAPITAL, - - - $10,000,000 ASSETS IN UNITED STATES, $1,300,000. GLOBE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 258 AUD 26 BROADWAY, NBW roc.n 9 Solids, (ionorrhea, Oleet. 8 ana ail unna-y Diseases: SVDhli;itic nr r. 2ni affections of the tnront, skin or bones, orchitis, hernia or rupture; ato, the eCecta "r a solitary habit, rnlnoos to tbe body and loind, producing blotches on the face deoil- .1.7, , , dimness of stent. ....... u -...u v. .uc,r,n .urtruouinij, aversion memory, wesJCnesm, nm aiioi in-'se in any one case, bnt I ring frequently In various oases, j sent by express. Ofnce ooars from : n'cinck d.ot. D. H. JOHIi03 MS, ocrc CHANCERY SALES. Chancery Sale of Real Entate Saturday, .tlay , 173. So. 3MI. In ;h ie fhaueery t'onrt of ssee. Virginia W. Saturday, May 24, 173, within legal honrs, the following described real estate, to-wit: A certain tract of land ytrig aiid being in the '-onnty of Shelby and an ir Tenneswe, containing about acre an. i a iiaciion. n- th i: t-;ou of au ! John W. Mo west corner Terms of .Sale One-third cash; a credit of six and. twelve mon with security taken, and lien rets payment uf the purchase money. ' PCI. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. -Morgan, Jarnigan A Fraxer, my i Sols, for complainants. aed until This May Chancery 8a ie of Real Estate -ox- JOB PRINTING. News Drift. The Marble City has laid up. and the Km ma Elliott takes her place in the VlckabuM trade. The Citv of Vinbs- burg's repairs will be completed in time for her to resume her trips in the Vicks burg trade Thursday next Captain Dashiell, "Captain Jack," of Nashville, was in town a day or two since When she sunk the John Kyle was valued at seventy-tive thousand dollars, and insured in AVheeling, Cincinnati and Pittsburg offices for fifty thousand dollars. Her owners are P. B. and W. K. Davidson five-eighths jointly, A. M. Hutchison one-eighth, and John Kyle, of Cincinnati, one-fourth. She was built at Cincinnati in December, 1S70, at a cos; of one hundred and nine thousand dollars, and is two hundred and ninety- . . . i e - - - i- . , iwo ieei long, loriy-eigut ieei t?aui, with cylinders ten feet stroke, thirty inches diameter, tonnage measurement one thousand and ninety-eight, carry ing capacity one thousand eight hun dred tons. When the R. E. Iiee passed uer coming up ner ireigut was being re moved to the shore. The Eckert will reach here to-day and commence the work ot raising her m. Brorulev, one of the owners of the tug Brierly, is missing at ot. xjouis, anu is supposed to nave lauen overooard irom tbe tuir. The xdgcr linei on the twilight organ around the corner can't comprehend wny u is mat river reporters will con uuue to assert uiai uie "river is lipram stationary," in me lace ol the fact that it is going down to the sea at the rate of from four to six miles per hour. Not withstanding lhat, he has searched Webster's unabridged and other author ities on the subject The Ma.y E. foe has on board twelve hundred bars railroad iron for the Texas Pacific rail road Dan Oarin is again chief clerk ot the City of Quincy Freight is scarce but labor is abundant at Evans- ville. lhe Courier says: "Gentlemen of Irish, French and Italiau extraction are now-a-days anxiously soliciting steady work from the mates of the dif ferent packet". e would advise mates not to hire any of those who have been in the habit of jumping boats at their pleasure. Now is the time to Leach them a lesson, just when thev are getting short of 'spondulicks.' " The Robert Mitchell got 500 bales of hay at Rockport for New Orleans. Kellogg wants it to feed his cavalry horses By a telegram from Grand Tower, Illi nois, we learn that, on Friday, the tow ing steamei William Cowan, while going up the river, was discovered to be ou fire when iust below Grand Tower, aud to save her barges they were cut loose. The Cowan while burning was towed over to an island, where she burned to the water's edge. No lives lost.. Mr. A. R. Bunting is about to ouit the Arlington on account of bad health, and jir. a. i. . uonneu laKes his a ace.. An exchange says: "The first steam boat navigated iu the world was run as a passenger aud freight boat on the Del aware, between Philadelphia, Burling ton, Bristol, Wilmington, etc., during the summer of 1790, advertising her trips regularly in the newspapers, and passing over three thousand miles in that time. This was seventeen years before the. Clermont, Robert Fulton's first steamboat, navigated the Hudson river" Hie Kyle has an insurance of $42,500 on her hull in the following offices: .Etna, Wheeliuir. SS500: Pea- body, Wheeling, &i500; Franklin, Wt, .fling. $2500: Citizens' Wheeling -iOO; Amazon. Cincinnati. 2800: Commercial, Cincinnati, $5000; Bur nett, Cincinnati, $:i500; National, Cin cinnati, $2500; American, Cincinnati. S-oOO; Enterprise. Cincinnati. KSOOt): Eureka, Cincinnati. S5U0U: Farmers' Cincinnati, S2500; Farmers' M. and M Hamilton, Ohio, $2500; .Etna, Hartford, Connecticut, $2500 To tal, $42,500. Her freight list is uninsured. Regarding her sinking Thursday's Vicksburg Herald says: ".She struck some hidden obstruction when leaving the lauding at Bruns wick's point, sixty miles above, at half past six o'clock, auti was discovered to be making water rapidly. She was im mediately headed for the bar opposite, which she reached before she weutdowu. She lies perfectly straight, the water covering ner main decks from the boil ers aft. Upon examination, it was found lhat a hole had been pierced in her starboard side, amidships, but the extent of the damage could not then be ascertained. The break was several feet below the water-line, and it is supposed was caused by a projecting limb or tree. Nearly all the freight in the hold, and a portion of that on deck, will be more FRANKLIN JOB PRINTING HOUSE BOOK BINDERY -AND- BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY S. C. TOOF, Proprietor, No. 15 West Court Street5 MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE mT The attention ol thn Merchants ta Business Men of Memphis, North Mississippi, Alabama anil Arknnsas. is Dartlnuiarlv nU to the superior facilities of this house ior exe cuting orders for all kinds of JOB PRINTING! Plain, Kancy and Ornamental, such as Pam phlets, Constitutions, By-Laws Blanks, Circu lars, Bill-Heads, Business and Know Cants, Letter Heads, Knvelopos, Shipping Tags, La bels, Receipts, Checks, Wedding Cards, Ball Tickets, Invitations, BLANK Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books. PRICES LOW AS THE LOWEST Ferfcrt satisfaction guaranteed In every instance. A call and an examination of my specimens . it WillClieU. 81 - "- TOOT, fron'tr ON WEDNESDAY, MAY H, 1S73, WE WILL HELL AT OCR OFFICE, OF. THE CITY OF AUGUSTA, GEORGIA, at U a.m., the following SECURITIES, l longing to an estate. Terms Cash. Greenville and Columbia Rail road, nrst mortgage, past due, ceil i. uona. reenvllle and Columbia Rail au,7 per ceut.. zunranti el r-i uucaiesoi indebtedness. 7 A11A Charlotte, Columbia and August ,vv Railroad, first mortiraire. 7 m-r $6,500 4,400 cent, bonds. 92 O nnf) East Tennessee and Georgia Rail - , v. w s tuiKi, o pe 9 Sfin Alabama and Florida Railroad ,wvw pasi due, 8 per cent, bonds. Alabama and Florida Railroad pasi aue coupons. 6Xnr Montgomery- and West fiPyjlJ Railroad, 8 per cent, bonds. Charleston and Savannah road, 6 per cent, bonds. Charleston and Savannah Rail roan, past due coupons. 7 per Point Rail 1,000 10,350 9fJ finn80) Carolina Railroad &9UJJ cent. bond. Of. iU U' Mississippi nrm Tennesfre Rail VVUUU road, second mortgage, 8 per cent wuum. my 3 t t 16 FIRST PRIZES. Oriental Oil Whiskers DYE, Is the simplest, best at;. 1 easiest applied in the world. Work is done In a few seconds; in less than twenty minutes no Gray Whlslcers istobeseen. Oneap plication for Light Brown : two fnr ltlu.lr Wuhin. .... iruuinru rion or snpr usinjf tne OU ; makes the whiskers soft and lustrous; free from sugar of lead, or other poisonous and health-destroying drugs; needs but one trial to prove Us superiorly over all olheri Hi teen lremiums have been awarded at different Fairs and Exposi tions for its virtues over other preparations. J. F. FroAZi. manafacturer and proprit-tor. New y ork City and Sacramento, Cal. Ask your Drug gulst for It, and give it a trial. C. C. WARD & BRO., DRt'OfusTS, Agents. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC, Memphis and Little Rock Railway Co.") Oh-ril K OF TIIK PKESIHENT, Little Rock, Ark., May i, 1873. J 'sijaaj purcaasers or the MEMPHIS i L TITLE BUCK RAILROAD h.v. n.C day organized under the above name by the v., v..iv.l ci LUC itiilUHUli; BOARD OF DIRECTORS!: SAM. TATE, HT. L. RriXKT.KV tlemt ills. Tenn. '. i;. ...- ALr.X. M DONALD. W. M. FAKRI NU TON 1 HI. !.... k . w ' . . . . . ....... t., nrii. .Mt'mpms, TOIIU. A. H. GARLAND, Little Itock, Ark. The Board organized bv theoltvtimi nf tio following OFFICERS : SAM. TATK, President. HT. L. HRINKLEV. Vice-President. WM. B. GKKENLAW, General Manager. A. s. LI VEKAIORK.General Superintendent. JNO. W. GOODWIN, Secretary A Treasurer. B. D. WILLIAMS, Land and General Ageui. A H. GARLAND, Attorney for Arkansas. V M. MESSICK, Attorney for Tennessee. The business Will herpRfter bp eiirrie.1 nn In the name of the Memphis and Little Rock BlUWil OMUIU under the kiiimti isi..n r the above-mimed officers. mym SAM. TATE. President. NOTICE. 1 Memi'UIS and VlCKSIirKt; RAii.unin t'n ti iLNnni;, mis., ..iay , I 'il.t '.. will lie a liisMiiiLr nf Hi. '..,.L-. holdersof the Memphis and V lcktburg itall- road Company, al my office, on Wednesday , tbe lhtb Bay of Jnne, 1S7S, for the uurpose of electtnir Thirteen (13) Di .vclors to serve for the ensuing year. WM. A. rAl Kl rilLP, Kec'y. NOTICE. I HAVE this day sold to ROBERT GALLA WAY my entire half interest In the OMNIBUS LINE of Patterson & Patlon. The debts and Hal.il lles will bt; settled by P. M. Patterson. I re turn thanks to the public for a liberal share cf patronage, and most repectfully solicit a con tinuance of the tame lor my successors. T. N. PATTON. HAVING this day purchased the interest of T. N. Pattou in the OMNIBUS BUSI NESS and we being the only authorize.) Agents of the Memphis and Charleston and Memphis and Little ICock Railroads 1 would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to the new firm of P. M. Patterson A Co. mytf ROBERT GALLAWAY. PIC-KTIC! VA1TCE STREET. WSW Ml GROUNDS ARE NOW READY FOR the approaching season of festivities, and respectfully solicit the various societies and schools to the advantages they possess. The Covered Pavilion and Refreshment Stands form a protection in case of showers; a good well of water and fine shade trees; btreet cars to the entrance gate. Examine fot yoarselves. and for full particulars apply to R. F. ALEXANDER, In rear of the Grounds, or JOHN W. WAYNE8BURU, apl:t 310 Front street. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as Adminis trate of William Croak, deceased, all persons having claims against said decedent are hereby required to exhibit the same within the time limited by law, or the same win De oarreu; anu an persons indebted to siiid estate are notified to settle forthwith. W. L. CLAPP, Adm'r, 15 Union st. Memphis, April 24, 1ST3. ap2o Chancery Sale of Real Estate -ON IT Saturday, May 31, 1873. No. 4230 In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby connty, Tennessee. Isaiah Stout vs. J. Keston et al. virtue of an order of sale made in the above cause on the 2d Aoril. 17! I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. in irout 01 me Clerk s otllci. of the Second Chancery Court, Greenlaw Opera House, second street, in the city of Memphis, Ten nessee, on SATURDAY, MAT 31, 1873, within legal honrs, the following described real estate, to-wit: situate in uermaniown. eonntv or she bv. Stato of Tennessee, and bounded as follows: On the east by Bridge street on plankroad ; on the north by the scop lot owned on the !2th lay of April, IfbO, by L. A. Rhodes: on the west by street, and on the south by a lot beloneing on the 12th April, 1H80, to Mrs. Louisa A. James, lormeriy Jirs. Miller, con taining one acre, more or less. This May s, 1ST:;. Terms of Sale Cash. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Wilson A Beard, Sols for complnt. mv! Executrix Notice. HWING been duly qualified as Executrix of Jacob N. Moon, deceased, all oorsons having claims against said decedent are hereby notified to present the same within the time prescribed by law or lhe same will be barred; and all persons Indebted to said es tate are hereoy requested to come forward and make settlement at once. myl H M. MOON, Executrix. ASSETS, $3,213,185 T. T O LI KT SOIVT, GENERAL AGENT, SATLRDAT, MAY 24, 1873. No. .&, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee-Anna j. Reid by next friend, Charles M. Held, vs. Eliza beth H. Cash and others. BY virtue of a decree of sale made In thn canse, I will sell, at public auction, to the . in front of the Clerk and Mas- the Se operahouse, Se ancery Court, street, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873, hoars, the following described within legal property : beginning at Court street and lifty-two one-iourxn inches west the same with Corporal alley; running thence side of Court street t stake; thence north wa forty-eight feet and si Corporation alley; the said alley thirtv-eight wardlj" one hundred ar a point on the north side of .-n n;,-l Hfo. 17 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. LOSSES ADJUSTED IN MEMPHIS AND PROMPTLY PAID BOOTS AND SHOES. tHST IS THE OHHAPBST. A. G. DENNIS, BOOTS and SHOES! OF THE BEST QUALITY 0'LY KEPT AT.TH1S HOUSE, 292 RtXAlxa. St.. 3MCa,jrT3le Blooli, LATEST BTYLES RECEIVED WEEKLY FROM MANUFACTURERS. I KEEP NO poor, worthless makes, but make a specialty of (TNTOIXA DC BOOTS ASM SHOES. i .BT. . Y """;" ' st iu worm man a poor article at cat ap price. This is yiS'SrSSH ".".Y.T' St H.''aKe ln the ci'y. luld has always been noted for the BEST QCAL; Or LOOTS AND SHOES. felSdsw ling; upon dwelUng- ialauce la ing ten lien retain.- M. D. L. S J. A. IUiliert.s chaser executing notes, interest, with, security ; lay i, 173. itT. Clerk and Master. . for compl'nt, my2 Chancery Sale of Real Egtate. No. 0, R. D. In the Second Chancery Conrt of Shelby county, Tennessee. Kred N. Law rence vs. Utirs-at-law of Mary Baxter, de ceased, et al. BY virtue of an order 0: sale made in this cause on the 1st day of April, 173, 1 will sell, at pablic auction, to the highest hi.i.ir ON THE PREMISES, respectively, on Saturday, May tbe lTtU, 1S73, Sl hours, the following described . east of and adjoining the city of i tract of land, known and desig- Blaa est UymnnnH t.f W T t Roost road, made and" "rane, March 25, lsaa, as i oounueu as loilows: tbe .vithin let real estatt Memphis. NEW FIRM. J. T. HOLLO WELL, late of Miss. U. D. CROCKETT, Memphis. B. P. HALLER, Memphi- NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS! HOLLOWELL, CROCKETT & HALLER, WHOLESALE NOTIONS AND WHITE GOODS, No. 298 M in Street, Memphis, Tenn. MEDICAL. NOTICE TO YOUNG MEN. rpHERE Is one distressing Male disorder L (Spermatorrh.ea) which lias defied the learni ng of physicians since the beginning of the world. To-day any learned medical friend will tell ou that its relief is impossible, ray discovery eing yet unknown to him. The complaint is known also as Involuutarv Disclunves. Emissions, etc.. nrtslui'lnt' n. deplorable and well known symptoms, anil though not always followed by these effects, yet prevents the attainment of that strength of manhood, beauty of form and grace of mo tion so coveted by all. la broadly distinguish mvself from the swarm of charlatans so constantly imposing ou the pablic, I offer, by permission, the very best recommendations. Notice that, of the thousand remedie. advertised bv thesequacks. not one has ever been recommended bv a re spectable man or medical institution. My references are the Meaical Department of the University of Nashville, and the majority of the leading physicians of Nashville and Mem phis, and of the Faculty of Medicine of the I nivi rsiiv ot fennsvivania. located at Philn delplila. As these references are sufficient to sarisfv any sensible person of the reliability of the emeuy, ami to avoid much usele-s i-orre- oonilelice. I will rat- no itltuntl.tti to l.tt.m unaccompanied hv the laonev.orordertos iii. C.O.D. Price twenty-five dollars, with weekiv letter. ui auvicc ior two rnonins. or ,-iiznte, n uonars ror remeuy with one letter ot advice. Honrs, loo. morning and evening. DR. JOHN D. CANNON, aplil No. ill Adumsstreet. Memphis. TRUST SALES. RAILROADS. Southkrm Railway Skcukitt Compant,' ie isee mempnu anu t uariestou Memphis, Tenn., Apri HARDWARE. HIS DEPOT OF THE H tckett Manufacturi'g Company' Marbielaed, Enameled and Plain IBOST MANTELS, Racket t Patent Orates, Hackett Patent Frank lin Stoves, Plain and Enameled Urates, H. HAINER, No. 842 Second St., Meiupbig, TeuMMf To Whom it May Concern. WE will sell at public auction to highest bidder, on TUESDAY. Mav 13th. at 10 o'clock a.m., at A. M. Stoddard ACo.'s auction house, a Uuion street, 3 boxes of Plunder, 1 Table, 1 Book Case, Desk and contents, to pay storage aud charges. Mil LM KN-, WALKER A CO. CHANGE OF FIBM NAME. THE partnership between S. D. Harmon and George- B.Morton having beeneiissolved on January 1st of this year, 1 shall hereafter, being successor to the firm of Harmon A Mor ton, transact all business only under my own name. OEORQK B. MORTON. Memphis, May 10, 1CT. myll) Ice Cream 'pHB LADIES AND OENTLEMEN ARE X respectfully invited to JOS. SPECHT's SALOON, now open, where the very best Cream will be served. Real fine Candles of his own make, and Cakes in large variety. Weddings and parties supplied at short notice and reasonable prices. JOS. 8PECHT, 37 M.di... treet OMPAST,) iR. Rl I ii 12, 1S73.) MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON E. B. CHANGE OF TIME COMMENCING Saturday, April 12, 1873. TRAINS WILL RUN AS FOLLOWS : Mall Train leaves Memphis lia)a.rt) Mail Train arrives at Memphis ai):.V) a Express Train leaves Memphis t:00 a.rc Express Train arrives at Memphis 10:56 pju Grand Junction and Mobile Accom modation leaves Memphis - 6:00pjn Gram! Jnnctlon and Mobile Accora- arrlves at Memphis. 7:10 p.m Somervllle Acc. leaves Memphis.. IMop.m Somervtlle Acc. arrives at Memphis- 8Ka.m Makinir close connection for all points East. South, Southeast and Northeast. 72 miles shorter to Chattanooga than via any other route. Sure connection at Chattanooga for all points East, the Carolina, Ucorgta, and all Seaboard Cities. Ticket Office, 978 Main st., and at Depot. aplS W. J. ROSS. General Superintendent. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE AUD GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD SCHESTJUB : Express Train leaves daily, Sundays excepted Mail Train leaves daily Brownsville accommodation leaves dally, Sundays excepted..... i a.rn pan 4:10 pjn "No change of cars by this line for Lonls- jvuie vllle, St. Louis or Nashv Pali man Palate sleeping-cars on all ulzhttraina. For Tickets or information apply at Ticket Office, . 287 1-2 Main Street. JOHN T. FLYNN, Snp t Memphis Dlv. JAMES SPEEP. Ticket AKent. tal9 MONTVALE SPRINGS, BL0UST CO., EAST TENNESSEE. Dr. Fkakk A. Rauskt, Dr. J.Jos. Williams Resident Physicians. THE WATERS ARE ALMOST UNIFORM LY curative ln all affections of the mu cous tissue of the stomach and bowels, urin ary and sexual organs. Address apllisjw Jtjs. I. Kiwn w Trustee's Sale. I T V virtue of a deed of trust to me executed JJ by Charles Frantz, on the 17th day of April, istl', and recorded in the RegLster s of fice of Tipton county, Tennessee, on the 27th day of December, 1K72, ln deed book " U," page J.V, the indebtedness therein secured re maining unpaid, I will, on Monday, the 2ttth day or .May, 1873, at No. 210 Main street, city of Memphis, Ten nessee, within legal hours. ;ell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described real estate, to-wit : A tract of land in Tipton coun ty, Tennessee, in ranzes 7 and 8. sections 5 and 6. containing 2H5'j acres, and known as the Robt. C. W illiamson portion of the Joseph H. Talbot tract. For a more particular des cription reiereuce is maue lo a Ueea ot general warranty trom Williamson and wife, dated April 17, 1372, to Charles Frantz, and of record in said register's office. Equity of redemption waived. Title believed to be good, but I only convey as trustee. Ji )HN P. TREZEVANT, Trustee. April 24, 173. np24 Sale of Gas Works, Fixtures, Etc On the 13th Day of May, 1S73, In front of t lie office of the Memphis Oayoso Gas Company, in the city of Memphis, Ten nessee, as Trustee of two deeds of trust exe cuted by said company, respectively, on the I8th of November, 1871. and on the 1st day of February, lsTi, to secure certain indebted ness mentioned ln said deeds of trust, and by virtue of Hie power conferred on me by said deeds of trust, and in pursuance of the pro visions of the same, 1 will sell, for cish, to the highest bidder, without equity of redemption or right of repurchase, all the stock, fixtures, material, privileges, franchises, machinery for making and pipes for distributing gas. safes, office furniture, leases, lands, heredita ments and property of every kind whatsoever of said Gayoso Gas Company. Sale between the hoars of 10 ajn. and 2 p.m. Title believed to be good, but I sell and convey as trustee only. W. H. CHERRY, Trustee. nated on a pi on or near th surveyed by lots Now. 6. 7 Fronting 8 chains and 11 links on the east sld of Brown's avenue and running back be tween parallel iinew, at right angles with said avenue. chains and ii links to Rozzell ave nue, and containing 7' . .lt-. Also, another tract, known as the " Isler tract." situate adjoining Memphis, and is described and designated as lota A and F and north part of lot E of John C. McLemore s subdivision of the we-st 200 acres of division No. , containing ; acres of the John Rice grant, and the portions thereof, now decreed to be sold, are numbered and designated upon tiie plan of the W. G. Lane suodivLsion of said Isler trac. as follows: Numbers a. 1 ri u ft -7 ? ,? ., . : S SI, SJ, 83, . 100, ltd, MrZ, 103, 1M, 105, VX, 107, 10s. l', i'.0,lll, Hi 119, 123- KM, 125, U6, lob, ISi, 133, 131, 13 138, 137, 138, 139. 110, together with any other lots ln said subdivision that may remain unsold by T. S. Ayres, as stated in the bill, all of which lands are In the county of Shelby, Tennessee. Bale between twelve and three o'clock pjn. Teimaof Sale On a credit of six and twelve months; purchasers executing notes with ap proved security; lien retained; equity of re demption barred. April 12, 1873. M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Master. Ksies Lt Jscson. Sols, ior compln'ts. apl l Chancery Sale of Real Estate ON Saturday, .May 24, l?3. No. 3881, R. D. In the Second Chancery Conrt oneiu eouni. ie:i!iessv. jaiPes M Hart vs. E. P. Bates and Florllla J. Rates BY virtue of an order of sale made In the above cause on the anh Novmttr l-r-t I will sell, at public auction, to the httrhesr bidder, in front of the Clerk's office of th.. Second Chancery Court. Greenlaw Ortera House, Second street, iu the citv of Memnhis Tennessee, ou Saturday, May 24, 1$?3, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wlt : Simate. Ivintr and beina in the conntv or Shelby and state of Tennessee, and being lots one and two in the W. P. Deadrick subdivi sion, described as follows: Beginning twenty rive "n feel south of the south side of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad and on the east side of Trezevant avenue, and running south with east lice of said avenue to Carn.-s avenue lo a stake ; and tLence east with north line of said Carnes avenue 10-70 chains and links to a stake; thence north lvw chains and -- links to a stake 25 feet south of the Mem phis and Charleston Railroad; thence west within 2 feet of said railroad to the begin ning; containing l 84-100 acres, being samo property conveyed to sa d F. J. Bales by W. p. Deadrick by deed recorded in Register office of Shelby county. In book No. 00, paves 007. 8 and 9. ' Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months ; note with approved security; lien retained; equity of redemption barred. This April 28, 1873. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. Humes A Foston. Sols, lor eoranln't. ap-V PETITIONS.! Trustee's Sale. BY" virtue of a deed of trust to me executed bv Fred. T. Anderson, on the 13ih riirnf March, 1S72. and reeLslered ln the Register s office of Shelby county. State of Tennessee, in book No. 85. pages 2M. iwi and 310, 1 will, at the request of tbe Beneficiary named, and for the purpose of paying a certain indebtedness therein secured, on Tuesday, tbe 3d day of June, 1873, between the hours of 12 o'clock m o'clock pjul, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, city of Memphis, expo e to sale and sell for cash, to the highest' biddi -at public auction, the following described property, to-wlt: On the ea-t slue of De Soto street, between Vance and' KDJotl street.;, city of Memnhis. Shelhvenr.niv ut.. . of Tennessee, and bounded as follows i Begin ning at southwest corner of a lot formerly owned by John F. Sale, at a stake on the east side of LeSoto street, and running thence east wardly with the south boundary line of said Sales lot one hundred and nrnr ilfiiii feet: thence southwardly fifty-nine 59 feet to northeast corner of lot formerly owned by Carson: ;hence vttktuttniiv with said Car son's north boundarvllne one hundred and fifty (1501 feet to DeSoto street; thence north wardly with DeSoto street fltty-nlne (59) leet to the beginning, having a front of fifty-nine (591 feet on DeSoto street, running back be tween parallel lines one hundred and fifty (150) feet, being the same property conveyed by Mrs. Julia Ann Gates to the said Fred. T. Anderson, on the 2th of Feomary, 18751, and registered in the Register's office of Sheiby county. State of Tennessee, in book No. 9o, page 286. The equity of redemption la ex pressly waived in said trust deed, and the title to said property is believed to be good, but I will only sell and couvey as trusiee. my.; j. oalu cau. trustee. Petition for Incorporation 1 Sooth Memphis Boulevard Company." No. 8W In the Second Chancery Conrt of Sheloy county, Tennessee. WHEREAS, Jacob Thompson, Newton rord, J. T. Jefferson, J. A. Wiggs and W S. South worth, all cltixens and residents of Shelby connty, Tenneseee, have filed their pe tition in this conrt, praying lhat they and their associates, successors and assigns, be in corporated nnder the name of the "South Memphis Boulevard Company," and be em powered in that name to sue. make contracts, hold personal and real property, and to do all things necessary and proper to carry out the objects of said enterprise; tbat said company be incorporated for the term of ninety-nine years, be authorized to construct said Macad amised road on South street from its intersec tion with DeSoto street to the Hernando road, and thence on tbe Hernando road to Noncon nah creek, using the present beds of South street and Hernando road ln constructing the roati; tnai saiu company blisn a toll-gate and col- said Maoa. be a leet Trustee's Sale. BY authority in me duly vested. I will, as Trustee, sell to the hitrhesT hldrl.r for cash, ou Wednesday, June i, 1873, at the Real Estate exchange oi Trezevant 4 Co., north cast corner Main aud Jefferson streets, in tbe city of Memphis, LOTS 19and 2otn Block 05, ou the plan of Kort Pickering. r "s and i general laws e use of the said improved company be authorized to c, and exercise all of 1 Ls powers -n obtaining subscriptions to k to the amount of ten thou d to Increase the capital stock not exceeding one hundred s. and for all the nenem.! leges given to corporations by the of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered, by the Clerk ud Master, That nublication be made for thirty days, ln the Memphis Appeal, notifying aft geraons desiring to make their appearance erein. at lhe court honse of the Second Chan cery Court in the city of Memphis, Teuu on or before the first Monday In Jnne, W7I and show canse, if any they have, why the Draper of said petitioners should not be aramed npon failure so to do the same will be heart! exparte, and letters of Incorporation granted as prayed for. ' Done at office this April 19, 1873. M. B. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Gko. M ALLkRT, Dep. Clerk and Master HnmesAFoKton. soflcuors. apJ; Insolvent Notice. TTA V'ING sna he A vino TOggested the insolvency of the estate of M. H. Chambers, deceased, to Connty Court Clerk of Shelby county. Tennessee, and said Clerk having ordered that S indication be made in some newspaper pnb shed in said connty, and also at the conn house door; This ls to notify ail persons having claims against said estate, to appear and file the same with said Clerk, authenticated ln the manner prescribed by law, on or before the second da of November. 1873; and any-'- nit ' on or before said day, or r "