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f iflAILROAD- TISS TABLES. mm w t y I 7MEMPHIS AND LOOMBVlLLE. axsnrra: fc Express (exoept Sundays), at I pan. Mall jfe very itayJJaW Uaa.ra. ragbj, and, Accom Wmodalton fexeep Kundap?), aV 0SHf fwm. Brownsville Accommodation, at 8 SK a.m. departs: Express (except Sundays, at .1:40 a.m. Mall (every day), at i :10 p.m. Freight and Accom modation lexcept Sundays), at 6:10 aan. BrewasvUio Ajgeararnodatton, at 1 :N p.m. Depet at heaerof Mala fctreet, Tki-et-afUce, No XI Main street, corner ef Madtson. , f ? nmsnmvti and Tennessee. ARRIVES: New Osteons MaJMexery day), at 20 p.m. grnreaMyerr dayi avBsJ a.m. Freight (ex-oepuSamu-sL at ao j3ii. in-T SnsfrAKTS: New Orleans Mall (evesy day), at 1 pjn. Rxpress (every day , at 4 :u p.ui. r rgi tx- ceiilJMi i),at iv c DepoEfBolor Matpetreate J.JCI feirW-Sr-e. No. 2S7M1UU street, career ef iM-dliofl. - ' r irBipr'ANi mth rook. Amra: " a Mall (every day), at p.m. Freight and Accommodation, at tl-M pja. b-parts: Mall (every day), at 3-S pjn Freight and Bipwuion, aw . Si9ijwt1 as. oUQenler Landtag, ol of Washington ,7o. 2S7(eoraer MadlseaJ and PAB-UCAH AND MEMFHHJ. ABRIVBS: Malt and Prebrht, at-W s a.. DEPARTS: M all s-ud Freight, at u.m. , , ThemaU aadSSgW ala le-ves povlHaton for M esopUsVtJ ajn. and r Mm lo r Wes ton at 7lfe p.m. r,m Trains leaving Memphis will start from Underwriters' V, arenoue. IMBMPBB A.VB CHARLESTON MM fcerr dayl, at E6 p.m. Kxpress (every day). at 12 a.m. hepaktv Mall (vrrr) at II ajff. Express fsvery dT'uetlioneefio. SdO Main street, earner Beat Oawt. BITER INTELLIGENCE. .Advertised In 1T This Ray. Frlars.Pefetd Phil A Lax & p.m ScvOrieam. Crrr of AJ.TOS a p.m ArkaBasnver..KiTTiK Hwi.it Itn- LoutavUle Mam Hocbtqk , ,11 a.m Arrived. Alps and barges. Bekjw KeparfeU. Ht. Frn WKarz -CteclBBatl Pme Kleff Above MlnneolaiM eKeoqrras Alps and Mrges- (a Fart. A.J. Wklte, Andy Bauni, Mary Boyd. Wealltejr, KlTem ami Basluts. Yesterday-was very pleasant, though a little cool far the season. The sun set clear and bright The river declined ane iseh at this point, Pittsburg, and Cairo, with a falling river at all impor tant potato: except on the Missouri and opper.Mfcsfesrpoi, which cannot effect us.- lA letefttty decline may new be looked for. Business 'Continues only mederate. tae or Blvenu Wricx Ob., Bio. A, ) May J, HC1. PiMa4MIIC . gnsstnll 1 ; ixaats Wm I Nasfrnan New OrtssM - . Betehtet water mark of Hfik. - 5fMlal7l 8. W. RHODS. Obberver. Unffmrntfl or Boats. The St Francis depaited' for Witte burg at dark with a good trip of freight . and a very iasge list of passengers. The Mlnneela, for tfe Ohie river, took out 372 "Boles cotton, 30 barrels oil, and a lot ef iron ami buutirtet!. The A)p, with a tow of empty Ice-barges, paseed up at lark. The Chefk and Belle of Texas bad fiir trips oat Hunt to K.enve. , The, PWAllin, Captain James Lee, basks eat at five o'clock this aftersoon 'f4r F"riars i'efftt aad all intermediate poirrte. ifessrs. Lee, FieM and Cham berfain are her popular secretaries. The new ami elegant City of Alton, Captain SheWe commanding, will leave fer-Vieksbarg, Natchez and New Or-' leans this afternoon at six o'clock. Her passeager accommodations are equal to those ef any steamer In the world. i. The fleet Kittie Hegler will depart at hood to-day f.r all points on Arkansas river. Captain J . D. Hegler,. an experi need boatman, is 1b command, and ihe clever Melntyre holds forth in the office. The great patsenger steamer Mary Houston, -with the popular Miller brolh enjirT'chargajSails for Cairo, Evaasville ana EauisvMe this morniDg at eleven otelockT. Bhe will go through with dis pafchi - I. or Hi v,, Brtn. Captaia Alf Grfesom, formerly clerk of the steamer John B. Maude, cou triboted twenty-five barrels of meal to the suSerers by -the overflow. All the river fraternity would come up hand stJmelv If they were in funds, but the seasoB'bas been anything but profitable, and theiboysiAiaven't the wherewith.but every One uiem, not out oi einpioy- ment oiler their services to man a boat ! nd oarrv susolies free of obarge, an offer that our relief commHtee pay no at tention to...'.Below we publisn an ex tract from the speech of Hon. E. Gray, beforeXhelegUlaUira of Missouri in Ibli, on the subject of wharfage, which ap plies as wed to this city as St Louis: "I am credibly informed that the city of 6t Louis, collects from seventy to one hundreUithocsand dollars a year for the privilegCof water craft landing at "the extension orend Of-her public streets, an- carrylag merchandise to and from her markets. The same amount of merchandise may come in over any otherportion o( her public streets by ' -wagon'orrailroads, aBd no collections are made.- The same remarks apply to all other pteees that exact this unjust tax. For Instance a railroad is engaged as a public carrir from Jefferson City to St Louis; a steamboat is-engaged in the ime manner; tbe railroad not only Teceivexl a large amount of money to aid In '5s construction, but is jw matted So use streets of respective cities In car rying freight to and from its cars with out enarge. inesame remains are ar- fl 1 mm ureal rr, , NoX7S5l(JlnWtx Above low CiwiHies. wtr- Kte. FaU. a jfea. UbV. Ft. I In. Ft. 1 1n. lSoxtfci -f 7 j f .1 I 1 Cafra Z 44 1 11 , 1 StLesrts 1 I 1 I H ! 1 34 I t 1 i 1 I f ill ntzl 1 1 ' 4 1 . Tlfeahie to aH rivercitiea or towas which witn a good uemanu, out tne wioeainer haxe rJtriroads nioning to and from ence between Chicago anil Btionh) is r. ... . i. ...i,.. if ... , exnitinir eurnrise aud awakmir caution. rives at tbe wharf af St. JLouw or any I other raiiwad town, mut pay Ave cents 1 per ton oaMs carrying capacity (eustom- .fioBse-aieaiwrement), wbetlH- roll or I one-nfth loailed, or empty, for trio pro- nyrnu nf nnvintr ftvr the inftirv aa wear of the lalig, not, however, made by tbe boat, but the dray aud -wagoes carrying freights to and from the boate over this landing." Can our learned city fathers see tbe justice of .uult a lav. ... til, ihfiV MAC itM ItlillttfioO aa4 erimlaally refuse to repeal it? Our State autberWes are equally as bad, for they put a tax upon steamboat property 1 ia violation of the tenth secUou, flrbt 1 article of tbe eoBstitutton of the United States, which says: "No State sbal!, without the coBsest of oougree, lay auy duty oa tonnage." The owners of tlie Alnn, White, Cheek, aud in fact all of m looal packets, have to pay State, bounty, city aud wharf tax, ami aside from the paving of Beale street and a t few riBit-bbits. not a dollar has been spent on our landing iu several years past. , In fftot, the city council are 1 so "afraid that some of the cash . collected for whartoge will be u-ed for the benefit of boats, that they have re- I fused 'to pay Pete Lawless fer riog-bolls ' made by ooler of tbe wharfuutstei in stead of hytbe orty eugioeet's ortler, no attention whatever being paid to them cealty ot havius them. Beale street would not have been paved bad not the Anchor -line agreed to advance tbe meaey and take it out ia wharfage. Ail last winter flat boatmen were charged full wharfage for laying where the laud ing was not paved, with no hitehlng txwU or ring-bolta to tie to, aud for days and days at a time they could not turn ,J. . ..f ,1,0 mil, v-t ? n"K .T:ri mad his Our lo.nu.uiv o -nnnila everv Saturthty, and robbed thete , Sminot fnr which theV had not people of money (iZritZ,, receive- any consideration. ....Captain Vmnk J. Oakes, formerly of the Alaska, bTbome sole owner and proprietor of the Crawford bouse, Cincinnati, and Will furnish his many friends with good r-nhi sTtr.mnf Tti-arn-r. vi r nmttt, -iqtf wf lv .. M hash if they favor him with a. call. The Belle ot Texas independent) went into the.-Mempbis and Arkansas river packet company yesterday, and will continue to leave here on Tuesdays for Pine Bluff, connecting- there, wiuf- the "Tort Gibson for LitUo Rock. The Mary Boyd will leave hereafter on Saturdays, and make the same connection. The Clarksvilie will be withdrawn for the present The llatboat of 8. Hurst, mm Shawneetown, Illinois, loaded with oern, earns Intojho lauding yesterday afternoon Mrs. Palmer, a passen ger, died of consumption on the Hu Francis while at our landing Monday night Her husband and two children were on board. ClIpptaK. The Cincinnati Time says: ''Cfptain Charlie Bohultze, of the Robert Mitchell, is in the city. He leaves for IjOuUvllle to-nteht. He gave us a beautiful .illus tratinu ot Louisville's wharfageoutrage. The Thompson Dean lauueu lucre auu ( took ou fifty tons for the southern' suf ferers, for which slight accommodation the municipal authorities assessed a tax ef twenty dollars.' Our city would have douo the same thing The Cin- eimiiiti Commercial of the third says: "At the lost meeting of the beard of su pervising inspectors the following rules were approved: 'Rule . 13. All steam ers descending the Mississippi river be tween Cairo and New Orleans may In dayugntruu any cnute wnicn nas sum e4,nt watr fnr ihi nurnnsp. and In fr. rn, nlutr,,ntir,r flnl.ll .... ( a ii steamers dtwjeuding the Mississippi river between Cairo aud New Orleans during the time between sunset and sun rtee must keep the main chauuel, ex cept in time of high water.' Captain CkalHn BnhuItxR. Intn of the' Rohert Ijintchell, waa ou 'change yesterday, re turning to xxiuisviiie last nignt on tne mail boat He contemplates purchasing a tteamer shortly for the New Orleans trade Captain Thos. W. Rea, of the Belle of Bhrevejxirt, arrived from Pitts burg by rail, aud left for Madison last night He is negotiating with our builders to have the Belle of Bhreve port lengthened He will' join his steamer at St LouLa by rail.". . From thB St Louis Republican of the fourth: "With the exception of the Mli&oharging of the cargo of the Lake superior, wnicn boat arrived at tnree o'clock, there was no work transacted on the levee yesterday. A few strollers along the shore and a few visitors to. the bridge were all tnat paid tnelr respects to the river ..Murdoch's new Improved propsuor is good for mora tilings tnan pushing steamboats along. On 'a small scale it will answer the purpose of sausage-stuffer, kraut-cutter or churn. ..TheMi&9is3ipol river,' says an ex change, 'is holding daily levees all along its course.' We wonld muci rather hear that the levees are daily holding tne Mississippi river all along Its course." FINANCE AND TRADE. The financial market offered yes terday the usual leisurely opportunity for the reporter to make inquiries, with the usual crop of negatives as the fruitful harvest of his industriously planted interrogatories. Exchange was in better supply, and was to be had be tween banks at $2. New York and Bos ton par buying, premium selling; New Orleans buying at discount For gold the brokers were offering 111. Stocks, bends and scrips were without move ment There was some talk about Charleston railroad stocks, but their ..standing seems to be worse rather than better than it was two weeks ago. Coun ty scrip is offering beyond wants, and SO is the outside the brokers will give font Memphis sixes, one-coupon.lt O Nlcolsou Pavement scrip 47 55 so ass 10Hal2 aneisy county senn- ' 'harlerrk.n railroad suck& Tennessee new issue Uemptroller's warrants. JU . 9S-4J99 The co'eton mabket yesterday was dull. The demand was quiet; spinners bovine leisurely without any eagerness; exporters are altogether out of the mar ket; speculators speculate no longer, thy have joined the great Micawber establishment, and are "waiting for something to turn up" that will allow them to unload. Cotton "was "easier; holders were anxiously - in several in stances Inviting buyers to come and look at their cotton, and occasionally made concessions to sell. The. tidings of our great floods have produced less effect on Liverpool than was anticipat ed. This troubles speculators who bor rowed money to buy cotton at full prices, and do not. just now, see their way out as they could wish. From actual sales, the following prices were reported in an swer to our inquiries: Ordinary- lSc; strictordinary, ltfic; strict to good ordi nary, 14c: good ordinary, 14ic; low midding, 16(jil6c, the 16c lot was spec ulatora' cotton, and sold at the price of strict good ordinary the day beore; strict low middling, 16c. New York telegraphed middling at 17c, dull and unchanged. New Orleans had a steady market at 17 jc, sales of 2000 bales; receipts, 1907 bales. Liverpool quoted S&Sfd, with sales of 10,000 bales: nuiet and unehansed. The quo- talions elsewhere wee: Savannah, 161c; ufobHe. 18fa: Charleston, 16c; Gal veston, 17; Memphis, 17c. Tbe Mem phis quotation for the day, as arranged by the CottonJExchange, was as follows: Inferior 7 7 ' Ordinary ... i Uood ordinary 1 Low middling.. KJiBMJi 15-&15H ..- - ISH&jSH strict mHhMlPc .. 174fll7K Geod mkldilng Fair demand and unchanged. Sales 600 bales. Receipts at ports for fourdavs, 14,049 bale'tfast week, 18,287 bales; last year, 23,373. COTTON STATEMENT. 1S74. 1873. 1872. Receipts to-day Un 1,700 Receipts last Tuesday 19S 1,192 Mince r riuny l,nj0 1JJ1S 3,m tS73 3&1 Til 377,493 38UI0 31.717 1V61 2,S7 Bee'te same time last wk Same time week before... KeeiMe since tfeDL lfct-.HIT.JW iMock co hand SiflSn Shipmeuta loday 135 Kail. n.,SS; s- ftf Klveri-57, s ; S7 Total shipment- 576,921 7bZ LS75 S1L131 332,(02 The gsnbraij mabket waswithout interest except in corn and corumeal. Corn was nelliug, on orders, at aj(yjc, At bt Imiw on , Monday it was acUve higher, quoting 84i; In Chicago it was steady at (tc, a difference ofl9c ! As the Memphis price Is based upon St u" quoiou, were i iojuh ueio for reflection, .sew Orleans quotea 905c; New York 8487c; Cincinnati 670c; Louisville 80S2c Oaia and bran doing nothing; the latter is very stiff and looking higher. Oornmcal sold at $8 95, at $4, to arrive at $4 ; later sales were made at $4 vo ana $4 iu was asE g; all on the landing, ifafdesflrm atS4,fewothervegetablesonthe market. -Sfog" were steady at 1510, Cluckens were heavy; fine hens would not bring higher than $1 25. Bacon, pork, and lard remained at former quotations. QwAaiiona are for round loU, unUst otfitrw.le ezfwRwed ; and for feed and product, levee tau. For mail purehae$ and ordert, rate are proporUonaleii higher. Api-ubs None In market. haook For packed and loose clear sides. siioulders,7W9 brakr.i bacon. HMUr2c BAan-Aceordlug to $tOQU iuuw,!iae. ia. "A-- HI MOie, The last landing MM. WHM KEB 3V, 84JTTKK Fair, aSc Ka; extra, -c. good to choice, Cocoa Nvn-Per 1(M.T. Chickens- sale mttl 25. Cal oil Pr n,ku. in More. 18c; special rates for car-load lota. CAMiaexH Market bare. CHE-ms-Kaciory, ine; KnglUh dairy, ISc. Stock small. CoKNMtA-Attbe elevator advanced from M to $4; sales at Fl 06; to arrive at fl some holders at (4 10. CoK-Sale of three ear loadu asc- 200 sacks at 4c ; 170 at c , alton orders. iKtau KiiotT ApolWK, 130; peaches. ISc aeX-Per duen. laHc. ' Jsc PLUCK Qnlet at W .u la store. uiuts fer Barrel, su. liKoc-BBiKH sugar, crushed, powdered and S2ft&&& blown and yellow in hhds, tKkTTMoIasseiil , J"1'!? rap. uuuimw, rani, uomenuc, or tne car- loud, ie2 16 per asi-ib barrel. Cofr. per lb, Inferior to eholee, 2S$2Sc. Candles, per i, nan, nice. &5iT starch, 6..1ioda,7sSj4- boMi.Nv-i'w barrel, iiwj Jft&&g?H mllwl- TerCSTn 50. labd-Id tierces, 103110; la kess, u43 rH-.L,uiuiiu liuiueutso mere. Dg nve f w dnn Ita. I ll'ie- calls. JUiSlSo; In ca-es.lJKalle. &'stiToiKSiii tStUe,carco with a good mkSt:Sinr, ZK33SC; Rood, 3y,9He: choice, SKM. SJSffJ I alwoyscsrrvconvirtJouwltliMt. The public mand atfcxa5 ""(Sfi v limSSu-i kn.w tothelrsorrow ihut tUeWfulflalm mon, So ;gool demand, ra r '"PPil-jJiY' Pot fbrtli In behalf or many so-called reme H. Iltogs-few onenns. silgnt ueiuana, fg ar0 lltom)ivU delnilon And n snare " choice. btt&KC, crowi wtiguui. uuu nWlnSA demand; lioie, S30l SO: luules, f loOQl T5. Supply generally small and mtesioacrcat extent nominal. NAIM-I'cr Keg at 3S1 40. Oats From store, (Be r . Obawoks Fer box, SI To5 60. Osioss Per bsrrel, $Si986U. l'EArrtJTB Ked S390; white 10aI2c FOTATOES-UlgUeri firm at' St. Newpota toes,S37. . roBK Dnlk clear sides, SJJBffJIa; clear rib sides, UXc ', slioulder, Jj W)fo 'ler packed and loose ; mess pork 117 75iaiK. U .ock F2A8. In store at & 2532 CO, MONEY MARKETS. nx TKHOHAPH. NKW OHLEANS, May 5aold, 112: sight, par; sterling, 5165l7. NEW YORK, May 6. Treasury dlsbnrwv ments, 5557,003. Customs recelptr, S&0,0(M. Money was mure active, loaning up too but clo lURatt. Kterllne steady; 7j4aiSS rorW days, IWHflSl lor sight. Kxports oi produce i lor the weel:, 5,738,t&7, a decrease fiom lat week, of 815K1Z. Gold closed at Wyt; Iho highest price reached to Jay was 11 nrry lng rates 31 per cent. Clearing, Ui.OXiMX. i (iovernmenis were dnll and a fraction lower: 1 U. U. oonpons nt ISil, 121K; do, b-JI'a IS, llosl dov S-a)'s 1II',: do. 'IB. 117; do. 6-20's BS, new, du. &-20"a VI, 120i; do. 9- '6S, 120; new 5's, 115; llMO's.lllJi ; currency 6V, lie's 1 Ktate bonds quiet aud steady; Ttnne-s at lower: Mlssoorti 6'a, 916! Tennessee, olJ,'; Tennewee, new, SJ; Vlre'ma. new 5: Vir- glnla,okl,32; Nortli Carolina, old, 0,; North i Carolina, new, 12X. HailroatL bonds were modnratalv active, ntoclcl oocnut west, and , i the market wan alternatelv weakt eudMrome ' 1 duriofflhe day. with rather wide Buctuall"n. Durlug the last hoar or bn-icess 1 here was eansmerablBoressnre to seli.andtliedecllue ranged from to 31, per cent, on extreme quotations, but Just belorethe close there was an improvement and prices recovered ; to per cut.from tbeiowesipoiut. The featurt s were Western Union, L-o Bboro, l.lori Pacifle, Rock IsUnd,No.tbwestern,Ohlo3aodi au I'aui. 'iomw uie l' 1' ' ... . J I were S12.541, f whloU 1S7X were Western , Union, 41WX) I'nionJi'aciflo, Btl.000 Paclflo Mall, Z7,oul Lnke Shore, liuoo sionbweslem coin. 'I mon. 7GU3HU Paul. 74C0 New Jersey ccnirai, ( 7400 Wauaih. UJ00 Ohloi ana lw hock iwsnu. Canton. HO: Western Onion, USIJ,; Quicksilver, 23; Adams Express, W: wells & Fargc 72; American Express, -Siy, United HUlles Express, 67: PaclOo Mall, 1Y,; New York Central? mk; Erle,Sl: ''iB,PIX'e56,,: Harlem, 128; Harlem, preferred, 128; Mlchi zan Central, 7S. PUXkburs, Fort Wayne and Chicago, S8: Nortlrwestern, 42; Northwest ern, preferred; W; .Bock Island. ST;; Jerwjy Centra 1C5 UUPaut, S2Je; BUPaui prelerred, Wabash, B9H; Wabash, pre ferred, 71; Fort Wayne, Wr Terra Ilauie. 110;Terre Haute, preferred. USt'Chlcago and Altou. 100; Chicago and Alton, preferred, 1(0; Ohio and Mlsslsslppr, Cleveland, Co. lumbus and Cincinnati, (jo: Burlington and Q.uiney.102: Lake.bore,J4i; Colurabus,Cht caco and Indiana Central, I9; llllupls Cen--tnQ, H; OnlorrPscirlc, 3IJ4; Central Pacifle bonas. Slk: Onion PaclOo bonds, tfyii Hart ford, and Arte, 101)4; Delaware and tacfca wana, 106K. COTIOET MA.HK.KTa. BT TZ -OBAPII. ST. LOOtS, May 5. Cotton steady at 17c CINCINNATI, May &-Cotton qnlet at 17c LOUISVILLE, May a Cotton quiet at 16?. NORFOLK, May 5.-Cotton receipts 1012 bales. MOBILE. May -Cotton receipts, 198 bales; dull: middling, 16c. SAVANNAH, May &r-Cotton receipts, 170 bales; market dull; middling, l(c CHARLESTON, May S. Receipts, S6J bales; market quiet and steady ; middling, Uc. GALVESTON, May "S. Cotton-reeelpU, 42S bales; nothing doing; piices nominally unchanged; middling, 17c NEW ORLEANS, May 5, 11210 a.m. Cotton marketxinIet:nfldduns,17So:sales, 1160 bales. i p.m. Marketsuwy;miudllng,J7io;saltt, 20OU bales : recelpU, 19U9 bales. 6-pjn. Cotton In better demand ; sales Sid bales; prices easier; good ordinary to strict good ordinary, I6i15Jc; low inUldllne to atrlct low middling, lBJiQITHc; middling to strict middling. 17j416c; good middling, liftj alSKc; receipts, lStll bales; exports conti nent, 1S08 bales; stock, lllfit! bales; unsold; 53,100 bales. LIVERPOOLsMay 6, 1230 pjn. Cotton quiet and unchanged; sa'ea 10.0X bales, of which 2UX) were for export and speculation ; middling uplands, spot, SJiSd; Orleans, 8tiJd; June and July dtlivery from Havnnuah or Charleston, nrthiug below good ordinary, 8d; April shipments irom Savannah or Charleston, nothing below low middling, 8 7-16d. 2 p.m. May delivery from Savannah or Charleston, nothing below good ordinary, Sld; June aud July-delivery from New Or leans, nothing below good ordinary, Hd. S p.m. Hales to-day, )0jTOJ bales; 2U00 for export and speculaUon; 5200 American. 3.-a)ojn. -Slav and June shipmeuls from Savannah or Charleston, nothlug below low mlddUur.SWd: jnirand Aucustdtllvery from Savannah or Charleston, nothing below low middling-, sa; June ana J uiy aeiivery irora New Orleans, nothing below low middling, SS-lUd. 430 pjn. -July and August delivery from Savannah or Charleston, nothing below good ordinary, SHd: April and May shipments from Savannah or Charleston, nothing below low middling, 8 7-lCd. NEW YORK. May 6. 10:15 a.m. Futures quiet and steady; May, 1713-16gUftc; Juue, 17S3179-16C; July, I71S-15Qlbe. 1UV B.m.--UJlUUUUUiJUg uuiug uu , ' nominally unchanged; ordinary, 13J4c; good ordinary, lSc; low middling, 1678c; mid dling, lTJSic; Alabama, 17J4c; Orleans and Texas, 18jjc. 10:1 a.m. Futures Inactive: May. 17 3-lGa lTc: June, 17gl7;e; July, 17 15-16418e;J AUflUSt, 10 0-lWU;iC. XSVyiVlitklKl, liwtuwio., October, 17 U-161 13-16c; November, I7 9-1G& 17 11 10c; December, 17 7-lti7c: salts fur future delivery &o far to-day, 21W bales; last evening, 2100 bales. 12:10 pjn. Cotton qnlet and unchanged; sales to spinners, M bales; last evening, 1(X) bales: sales to speculate-, none to-da ; last oven a;, 20 bales. iz pun. r uuires urm; aj , i.u, iuud, 17 V-imiTito: July, lbo: Augm-t, 15c; Sei- tember, 18c: sales for future delivery so far to-day, 90U0 bales. 3:1s p.m. uotton una nuu. uuciiaugeu. SSMDjn Futures steady: May.l7 3-Iti17;4'c; June, 17K017 9-16c; July, 17 15-1618c; Au gust, WS-l&lSWc; September, 17 15-ftlB MUc; uctober. 17 ll-lii17ic: November. 17 7-1681. 9.16c; sales for tuture delivery, nfOO bales. . et receipts, ut uaies; grwas reccipui, iu bales. -Cotton rerjort tor four days at all United SUtea porta: Receipts, 14,019 bales; exports to Ureal Britain, 29,323 bales: to tne continent, 13,473 bales; stock, all classes, "J77,(7U bales. DRY GOODS. BY, TKLEORAPrf. NEW YORK. Mav 3 There was a slow and iinKntlkfiinmrV movement4h drv coodsudav. Tbe market for -cotton goods nu been un settled by a reduction In the price of Atlantic standard sheetings to 11c and other makes in proportion Cabot A brown sheeting 10c, In dlan bead 11c; bleached cottons unchanged. i'nits are- quiet Dmnirung stripes aru in good demanti. Heavy wooicns ior men s wear a belter request. PRODUCE MAB-SETS. BT THLEdltAPn. ft LOUISVILLE, May 5. Flour quiet and un changed. Wheat qnlet-and unchanged. Corn quiet at S0882O. oats qnlet at 8&tac. Pro vision Irregular but firm. Perk J17U). Bulk meats Kc S&WJc. ltacen 7c, i lOKc Hams 13c; plain, HJic Larci-lly ll)ic. Whisky, 026. CHICAGO... aia y SKJour sttady: spring extra 2S. Wheat In fair demand at loner rates: No. 3 spring, SI 25 cash. Corn dull and unsettled? No. mixed, tile cash. Oats firm; No.2,40l7c, spot. Pork quiet and shade lower: S16 43. cashorMay. Bulk mea's steady and unchanged.. Whisky steady, mo. CINCINNATI, May 5. Flour and wheat quiet and unchanged. Corn demand fair and prices advanced to 70g72c. Oata- steady al SloSSc Oils unchanged. Eggs dun anu droonlDB, lie. Butter dull and lower; choice, 35:3 . Cheese ee-rce and firm. Pork quiet but mm, 817 25. Lard quiet but firm; steam, 104c: kettle, lOJ.o. Bulk, meats steady, Vytg&i,Hi and 8A9jJc,aU loose. Bacon aotlve aud higher, VJ, i- and iSWc, all packed. Whisky firm, !c. ST. LOUIS, May 5. Flour firm with good demand for low and medium grades, ranting from Si to S8 60. Wheal steady; No. 2, spring, Chicago. SI 25K131 2J Com firmer; No. 2, mlxcMUOSo track and elevator, cash; white. mixed, higher, .tsj7sc, on trncK. oats nigner; 95c. lork strong at 517. Dry salt meats firm and higher, 6J6V;c, '8J$&9c, spot. Bsoou stiff and more doing: some sales higher, IP, 7c, 8S&1W39&C. cash. Lanl higher; sum mer. 100; wuler, luic. NEW ORLEANS, May 5Flonrdull snpeT Ane, S3; slnglo extra, S3 CO; double extra, S4; treble extra, Stf7; choice extra, S7 233 5U; family, S0& 23. Corn: In light supply and in good demand; yeUotr, 9vc; white mlxed,92uIc:wMte,01&ttjc. OatsacUveand firm at 61-J82& Brant-carceatSl'3551.40. Hay Brm; prime. 523: choice, tM. 1'ork dull; old, S17:new, SIS. Dry salt meats, nooe In first hands; dealers rates, 6J-,,c, 9Me aud 9!c. Bacon scarce; dealers rates, 7J4a910c. Hams firmer 12re. Lard scarce, and firm; Uerce,ffli04c; keg, llSo. f ugar firm; fnlr te fully ialr, 7ie4o; prime, c. Molasses scarce; prime fermenting, 60c. Whisky dnl ; Louisiana, 60a; crude, 9c. Coiree fair to prime, 2224c. Cbrnmeal firm, Sl4 10. NEWVTORKjMay 5. Flour opened steady but closed dull, with adectlning tendency: superfine western and State, S3 u(36 10; extra Ohio, S5 0037 73; St. Louis, Sd Wgll. ' Kye flour stoady at Si !33. Cornmeal lower; weswrn, SI 7554 S5. Wheotqulet and weak: No.2 Chi cago spring, Si 61 55. Corn heavy and lower; western mixed, 13a-sc. Oats firmer; mixed western, 64S3c. Octree qnlet. Kugar aeUve and firm ; fair to good refining, Wts&c. Molasses and rice unchanged. Petroleum dull ; crude, 7c, spot: refined, nominally 15ic. Eggs heavy: western, UQibc. Fork steady; new mess, 317 12H, spot, Ilfcf quiet. Middles stAndv: lone clear. ural0Vc: short clear. 10c. Lard firmer; prime sieam, loo, spot. ui.iir and cheese unchanged Whisky steady, 'J7 V. C. A. STOCKLEY, TYPB, SAffiPiE OFHCB wuul " wwm AND General Commission 'Merchant, Oflice or W m.'llowlcs A- (ion, Xo. 12 USI0S STREET, : MEM I'll IS. 'ine cnateau cost napoleon franca. Its next owner was hanker, who'nold It to Oueen AiU Tbaaa f An advertlcement nr mMtKin hnwAiw candid and consclentlontlt ay be,doesnil 1mV.nri1b tliak .a,a hnrA - - - ss warn unv, hiiC'DIINfi tllttv made of the space devoted to this notice or Jlaitetter's Stomach Bitters ia to Invite those who real Itlolbqulroor the pai ties that havo tested the cnrutlvo and preventive propoi ties ol Hie article what the;- illnk of It. (Wo earnestly request all donbtcrs to ascertain rrom such of tliclr friends sndnelgbborsas have taken this standard tonic and altera tive as a protection aal-si malarious dis eases, or as a euro for lnfi-estion, liver com pla'nt, constipation, rheumatism, nervous tie. blllty, headache, low spirits, languor, blllons nens, etcwhat uaiiettort Bitters has dona for them. There Is no testlmc-viotrn8twortliy as that which- Is the result of personal expe rience. JF0II A LI, D1SBABKS OF Till? HOUSE, ro Ondil Doblc'a Coartltlon Pawners, The leading Turfmen recognise them as a NE cbshtv. Fnrfcalebvall drusct'ts and dealers. DISSOLTUTION. rE copattnershlp heretn'ore existing nn. der tlio firm name of yiont, IdiCroIx 4 Co. Is- this daydipsol uJ by mutual consent Either of lh puttiers are authorised to seU tie outstimulug claims. It M. FLATJT. IJUIS LaCROIX. NICHOLAS FINN, In retiring from bn!a-svwe thank onr many friends lortlielr IIUctI patronaeo ar.d respectiully request a continuance or like fa vors- to our successor, Mr. Louts aCrolx, whom .wo ofaeerfuiiy recomoend as worthy iiivreuure oonnuence. robrrt m. flatjt; IB m yS N ICHOLAB FINN. W. B. 8ALBBEATH, COTTOW FACTOR A1XD- Coinmission Merchant, 12 UNION STBEET, MAGNOLIA BLOCK, UP STAIRS, Bolo Aticnl for the CLaitipimi Cotton fifrrand Euller. OTTO SCHWILL & CO. Have'Hlwayson band Freeh and Genuine GARDEN SEEBS, CLOVER. TTMOTHr, HERDS GRASS, IdlLLET, OBCHASU) GKASh oraoN sets. SEED POTATOES, FAKS IMP1KMENT3; A- Wo. 177' Main Street, Between Washington end Poplar, Memphis. : : : : Tennessee Notico in Bankruptcy. District Court of the United States, District of wet. xeuuessee. in mo matter 01 josepn Coll, Bankrupt. t WARRANT in Bankrantcv has neen f issued by said Court against tbe estate of Joseph Coll, of the county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, and District aforesaid, wbo has been adjndged a bankrupt upon a petition or his creditors, and tbe payment of any debts and the delivery of any property belonging to said bankrupt to him ortc his us, and the iranbier 01 anyproperty oy nira, are rorbldden by law. A meeting of the creditors of raid bankrnpt to prove their debs and choree one or more assignees of Ills estate will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at Mem phis, lnsald'Distrlct, on the 22d day of April, 1874, at 11 o'clock a.m., at' the ofhee of T.J. Latuam, .bsq., negisier jn bankruptcy. U 3. EATON, apG U. S. Marshal. a. r.DUMCAN. o. w. aoEDOjt ATT0ENEY3- T-LATY No. 3'J Memphis. FRANKLIN PRINTING SOUS -AND- BLANK BOOK MMfUFACTOBY 8. C. TO OF, Proprietor, No. 15 Court Street, JIompMs, orders rc:t Filled in the best manner, at reasonable prices, and the most perfect satisfaction guar anteed, ilorchnnts, liUHlncsslSen, Book-keepers, and others, are respectfully requested to call andexamlne specimens endprices. UTHERI SAFE -FACTO BY. A.O.SCHT0XTZ LOCK-SMITH, Safe-Maker & Macliipist 119 JEFFERS03 ST., Dlcmplils, - Tennessee. VTANUFACTUBISOiOPKNINO AND ItE lYl pairing of SafesyBANK AND JAIL. WuRK. Locks made and .reDalred for Banks I Jails and Houses. Bell-hanging for Hotels, I Steamboats and Dwellings. HOUSE-SMITH INO. Iron Shutters and;Ralllngs. Prlntln. Pre-H and L,lcht Machl-ierv repaired SCALES KKPAIHED. KeyfilUng and (Jen scAi.t itufAi era! Iron Work. SOKUL1 CELEBRATED COTTQK'AUSDRS. GaD CENTRAL HOTEL Corner Jefferson and front Sts., IS NOW THE GREAT RUSH. FOR ROOMS. - X ton can r.el rooms at all prltes, per month or day, with or without board. Two good suits ol front roans to lot, very ow, to famlUes. apt t, tou.uuu science has devised a method a Swedish feet, in which a numerally Christine I -pml-fimulnr nlnln nfflnfui Job. him Em Books MISS A. A. WAII. , , It.. Has ths bonof to amionnce, to iter friends and the public generally that, having', thorohgaly refitted tlio largo and commpaiouS-ttoro, ' HO. 22 m Am STREKT, (Lately ocen pled by Elliott AlUdgetri.sn'elJas removed thereto lier sjilendld assortment Of French Millinory Ooods of lite latest Importations, Floworst Ilibbons, Crapes, Silk?, Xittvns, Mlxaw-d'opfl, IN AtiL SHAPES ATr3 STYliE3; Miss Wall invites-the l4ai& to csfll itt'lier new store and Inrpect her stock, feeling confi dent she can pleoke them both ss to style and prices. The attention of tbe ladles of iletrw duis auq surronnatng country is invited to Dressmaking Depctrtaent Dmnrpused for style and elegance, urltlal Tron-seans completed on the shortest ro Uoe. ' " j mii Dooley'a TT oast Powder It Perfectly Pure and Wholesome. Dooley'a "Yeast Powder Is pat up In Full Weight Cans. Dooley's' "-Teast Powder Makes Elegant lllseulta and Bolls. Dooley'a Ycost Powder Makes Delicious Muffins, Griddle Cakes, Combread, etc. Dooley's ITeast Powder Makes all kinds of Dumplings, Potpies, Cakes and Pastry, nice, Bght and healthy. , Dooley'a Toast Powder is the best, because perfectly pure. Dooley'a "Yeast Powder Is the Cheapest, became full weight. Dooley's "Yeast Powder I guaranteed to give sattsiactlon. Be sure to ask for Dooley's "-Toast Powder and do not.be put off" with any other kind. Dooley's TTeast Powder Is po t u p In Tin Cans of various Hlr.EK.sul table lor Families, Boardlnghouses, Hotelr, Res taurants and Kiver, Lake and Ocean Vessels on short or long voyages. - r Baking and Yeast Powders of light or short weight. DOOLEY'S, YEAST POWDER warrantett run strengtlt and full weight. Sold 'at wholesale and retail, generally tbioaghout the. United, Btutcs, by dealers In Groceries and .Family Supplies. TO PLANTERS. THE "CHAMPION BIN" And Cotton Hizller For Ginning Cotton, with or without prevl ona picking from the boll. First' Premium (Blue Ribbon Diploma) awarded to It at the Louisiana Stats Fair, April, li,73. I have taken the- General Agency for the sale of the above Gin, and nave co on exhi bition at my otaoe, Where rny friends and tbe public are Invite to call and examine Into Its merits "ai a GREAT LABOR SAVER. Respectfully yours, W. It. OAABSnaTH. N.B. This Gin U particularly adapted to Horse Power. acg It FIELD CBdatiET. !FJDEjiI CKOQ,U3ET. FULL assortment of CROQUET In all num bers lust-received." -Each set- is furnished' Willi a book of complete instructions for players, orders solicited, will lorwaru to any part ofthecountryCO.D. Successors to T. W. Johnston A Co 310 Main et., opp.Peabody -Hotel, Memphis AT WHOLESALE PRICES, For Sixty Days Only Now is Your TIME TO BUT FOB CAS II. -Pianos andOreazxa FOR SALE QN MONTHLY RENT PAY MENTS or ttO, Sffl, riO, SIO and S50 per month until paid for. Now Is your time to buy. Also, the largest stock of Sheet Music and Musical Jferclianulse- IN THE SOUTH. r Country merchants will please send In their orders for Violins, Banjos, Ou liars Accordeous, Violin Strings, uormonlcons Drums, etc-Immediately. DEI. BE31-S01Sr'S. OLD RELIABLE MDMC HOUSE, 317 aialn Street, - Memphls. G. P. FOUTK. J. E. Hopkins FOUTE & HOPKINS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. BOLIVAR. TENTf. H. T. EL LETT. B. M. ESTES ESTES & ELLETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Xo. 15 atadison Street, MEMPHIS--. TENNESSEE. riiUElato law firm of. Estea. Jackson AEllett X Is dissolved by the withdrawal and re moval, ot Mr. Jackson from Memphis. Tho old business of Estes t Jackson and EsUs, Jackson & Ellett, Is in the hands of tho re maining parties. April 29, 1874. apSO FOR S.JGE. THB CHICKASAW CLUBJ With all Its ELEGANT FURNITURE Alf APPURTENANCES. pply to VV. F..BbYLJC Trustee, iltiu ' 27i Main street. to this ef-!j FritST BAPTIST CHUBCli graduated l lnid hv I nerof I II n-m Second and Idanu jtrceti.-Preaclllng at 0n sntnrdny, Inns IStli, BndSpjTi. ltev.;eo.A.Txifton,paslnr. I , -T. SECOND (JI1ANCEI1Y COUitV SALE OF- VALUABEB 1SBAL ESTATE -ON- SATURDAY, MAT 23, 1874. " " No. 2 William Morrow, Treasurer, etc, vs. P. P.Fralm. BY virtue of a decree of sale made by the Second Chancery Court in the above caoae; I will sell to .the bight bidder, at pub. lie auction, at the outside door of the second I ban eery Courtroom, on Second street, city Memphis, on, SATUBBaY, MAY 23, 1874, within legal hours, tbe following described real estate, lo-wlt: Lying and being In Shelby county, Tennes see, and known and described ss follows; Lot 4 4 and h and part ordot 2,ln country lot 49), fn the city of Memphis, as shown by K. W.Bucker'timap, and in the lltb crvll dis trict, and begins at the Charleston railroad bridge, cjid rnnr thence tnamatheasterly di rection with the west side of Marshall avenue 001 feet toastakent the northea.t corner of a lot formerly owned by Joseph Sldell (and may be so owned now); thence westerly with tbe north side of the Sldell lot to the east line of the east line of Cue said Hallroad Company's gronnds; thence northerly with tbeeatslde of said railroad grouudj to the beginning, it belnz the same realty upon which tbe reel. fnlrnce Of tbe-defeudant Fralm is now situated. Also, pan oi country 101 h in sata citv, anu In the 5th civil district of sold county, and described as follows, viz: and lies on tbe iiDorth side of Jefferson street, and includes all oi toe real t&iaie in tne triangle lormea uy said street, Charleston avenue, and Bayou Uayoio, except CO feet frontlngon said street anri'runntng back with tbe ea', sue of Kald bayon 11S54 if et, and which formerly belonged to Thomas Jones. And, also tbe east 121 feet of lot 531 of country lot 478. and frontlnc on the north side ,pl Jefferson street and running back with, tbe wen line of said bayou, and the east line of loiztu, ueionging to jonn uverton, iu xeet to e, stake. Also, 160 acres of land mi what is known as iraim-a xsianu,inLna misaimuppi rivar,wtiicli lu tew'iaiicmibove Bald eltv. and Ilea in rrlvll dlMrlct .No. 17, IU said county, and which is laid down on J. U. Humphreys' map of Shelby Terms of Sale 43asb. This a lull ia, ie7i. M. D. L. HTEWAItT, Clerk ana snt, Br Geo. Mallery. D. a and M. W W. McDowell, soL for complainant. LANDON C, IIAYNES. rSASCIS S. STOCKTON. DAVID IX. SAVSES. HAINES, STOCSTOR & HAYNES, ATr0HNJ5YS-AT-LA,V, No.3aPnlon?H .Leaoir Ulock, Memplilf. Chancery fSale OF REAL ESTATE! On Falurday, Slaj SO, 1874. No. 47S, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court ol Shelby county, Tennessee. K. P. Watson m J. B. Llpplncott el ax. XfX vlrtueof a decree for sale made in this j cause oy tne second cnancery court. , sell to the highest bidder. In front of the Second street, city of Memphis. Tenn on Saturday, Hay SO, 1874, the luil described In said decree, to-wit : Situ ate and being In tbe county of Shelby aud Ktato or Tennessee, known and described as follows, tc-wtt: It being n part of an eight hundred acre, tract of land owned, and on which the lata John D. White resided, and a tiortlon bf said tract drawn bv E.A. White in ' division, the whole lot lying and being in the, I intn civil uiurici ana lorrneny in tne tun civu district of Shelby county: Beginning at tbe south side of an avenue known as avenue, i thirty feet.wlde, at a stake which Is the south west corner ot a- tract of land fold to Thos. I Klrwln, which is also on the south side of 1 said avenue: thence running southwardly 1 with said Klrwln's west boundary line 13 chains aud (2 links to tbe north boundary line of K, C. White's tract of land; thence westwardly with said boundary line 21 chains ) and US links to a stake; thence westwardly 18 chains and W links to tald avenue; thence eastward!)' with, said avenue 21 chains and 98 I links to the beginning, containing 30 acres, together with all the privileges and appurte nances thereto belonging, the same. described , in a certain deed of trust, made by Mary C. ! Cleaves on tho7th May, 118, to BarbourLewis, trustee, on nie in tne cause ana to wnicn reier ence is made. Tei-maof-Sale-On a credit of six months, purchaser executing nole with approved se curity; Men retained; equity of redemption barred. This April 29, 1874. M. b. L. bTEWAKT, Clerk and Matter. 7Iy Qeo. Mallery, D. C and M. Smith fc Jefferson, sols, for complainant. Dissolution of Partnership. THE partnership' heretofore existing be tween tbe undersigned under the firm name and style or TOUKE A MAKES, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. S. TOUBE having purchased tbe entire interest of LOUIS MARKS, will continue the Wholesale Boot and Shoe Bu-iuess At No. 300 MAIN STREET, and assumes all the liabilities and Is aion anthon zed to collect-the outstanding debts ol the nrm. Memphf, April 17, 1S7). S. TOUBK. LOUIS MARKS. Thanking: the public for the libtral patron age extended to the late firm, 1 would respect fully ask a continuance of the fame to my snocessor. LOUIS MABKB. Trustee's Sale. TTNDER and by virtue of a trust deed, msde U the IStbt day of August, 1S71. by Patt Smithlo me, as trustee, to secure certain notes therein described, as will be tetn by reference to tald trust deed, which is recorded in the ofneeof tbe Register of Shelby county, Tenu In, Record book No. HO, page 570; and at tbe re quest of the holder and owner of one of said notes, which Is due and unpaid,! will, on WEOHESDAY, MAY IS, 1874. at twelve o'clock, at noon, and on the premi ses, sell at public auction, to the highest bid ber, for cash, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county. Term., to wlt: Two hundred and ninety-six and one half (296) acres or land, lying on the waters ot Bis creek, the boundaries of which are filven in a deed from WlUe W. Walker to 'Patt Smith, which is recorded In the office ol tneitegister oi sneiDy county, iennin uec ord book NOj U), page, UBS, and being the same land conveyed to said walker by a.IWynn and others by deed, which is recorded In the office of the Register of Shelby county, Tenn.. in Record book No. 71, page SB9, to both ol which deeds aforesaid reference is here made. The title to said land Is supposed to be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee. Equity of redemption waived. The above described land lies some three or four miles east of Chester Depot, on tho Pa dncah and Memphis Railroad. B. RICHMOND, Trustee. AnrU2.1H4. ap3 VALUABLE SUBURBAN LANDS 3TOn. SATiB, OX SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1874. No. 88, Tt. D. Second Chancery Court. Thos. G. N eal el al, vs. K. J. B. X Wlun et aU r Y virtue of a content decree of the Second X Chancery Court of Shelby county, entered in the above cause, 1 will, In ftout of the courthouse door of said court, on Second street, Memphis, offer at public sale, on SATUBDAYjJIAY 80, 1874, within legal hour-, the lots or land designated and numbered from. 1 to 2 Inclusive, on the plan of subdivision of 477 acres or land be longing to KU; B. L. Winn, situate In Shelby county, on the new Raleigh road, aud bounded In part on the north by Wolf river. These lota, as laid off on the plan now on exhibition at the office of the C:erk and Master and of complainants' solicitor, L B. McFarland, Esq., embrace 5, 8, 10 and 12 acres. These lots, or any of them, will be sold on a credit o( aixand twlve months; notes with security will be required of the purchaser, and lien retained to secure tbe deferred pay ments. Thee lands are all timbered, fertile and well adapted for SMALL FAKMS, or lor gar dening purposes. Such banrains as will be offered In this land ; have seldom been oflered to the Sfkcuxatou, me woouijA. tne uakdes&c, anu an who Want residence property-adjacent to and convenient to Memphis-being on tbe line of tbe railroad iron Memphis to Balelgh, and onlv 214 miles irora Court Square. wVult particulars and plans can be had at my oflice, or of L. B. McFarland, solicitor for complainants, at the Planters Insurance Building, No. 41 Madison .street, Memphis, Tennessse. This April 24, 1874. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. Mallery, D. C. and M. ap25 Beeeiver's Sole. WILL offer focsale, on TYe-ncsday, May 0,1874, at 11 o'clock. In the rear part of the main hall overMosby, Hunt x Co.. store, No. 301 Front street? 252& acres of VALUABLE LAND, lying in Pulaski, Woodruff, and Jackson counties, Arkansas. Most of these lands Ue in Pulaski eour. ty. In which the city of Little Rock is fcltnaled. not far from the Fame, ana are therefore considered quite valuable. Also, an undivided two-sevenths of 123 acres oi land, lying near Memphis, In range 7, tection 2, lltb surveyor's and 6th civil dlsiritt, north of- tbe lialelgh road, being valuable Woll rtver.bottom lands. ,. . . Also, a remnant of furniture, desks, etc all the property of the tlayoso Savings Insti tution. The Arkansas land wlU be sold for cath, or debts dne by theilnstltution, legally proven and allowed, dollar for doUar. The land near Memphis wlB be sold for one-third cash ; the balance equally divided on six and twelve months' time, and a lion will be retained to secure the deferred payments. Ihe furniture will be sold for cash. April IS, 1874.. 8. MCSBY, Receiver. TSEZETANT & CO., Auctioneers, . Near'Oor-' ' WewlHsell, ' CHANCERY SALE -OF- Real Estate Near CollicrTille. No. 424.8, R. D-E. Rhodes nd otfier vs. hllzabeth Koen and others. JbdgQHnt ataintt porehaters. BY virtue of a decree for purchase msntv and for sale, entircdin thin cause Marofl St, 1S7I. against the. ptrrcluuers-autbe- sale heretofore made herein, X will offer at pMte sal,fbrcasb, lnfroatol tbeoeler door of tee Second Chancery Court room, In Memphis, Tennessee, on SATURDAY, MAY 1(1, 1874, the lauds described in said deree, to-wlt : Lot 1, containing ilfc acres. , , Lot 2, cot taint ngKiicjeiT Lot 3, oontftlnlnrBijiacres. Lot S, contalnli g61 1-Saeres. Lot tt, contalmng4Jfjre. Lot 7, containing KfSttMres. Ivl 9, containing BUfi asrej. . All fully described upon ib plan of subdi vision of tbe Koen lands, on file in myoiBee. Said lands lie part In .Shelby und pan in Fayette county, and near Colttervllle, rt nn. Terms -Cash. ThU April 22, .871. M.D.L.HTE WART, Clerk and Matter. Jarnagtn & Frayser.sois. ior eomplainmts. Business House to Bent or Exchange for-Beal Estate. I HAVE A GOOD BUSINESS HdUSB-IN WhltesvlUe, Hardeman county. Teases see, which I wfih lo rent, seller exebange for land In this State or Arkansas. There are five rooms to the house, threeuown and two up stairs; also, two good nre-piacos. There Is one-half acre of land belonging tothehou&e on which could be built a nice llillecottsge with a small yard aad garden. For further particular, I refer you to If. B. Webber A IX), Memphis' T. H. Nnrraent former owner, or JOHN ii.SIMMONtv 'e3 w Whlttsvllle. Tetm. Chancerv Court S'alo or Ileal Estate ON . Saturday, ilay 10, 1874; No. 3050. It. DIn the Second Chancers Court of Hhelby crrantyTcnnewse. Jnu. liallnm, administrator of Ur A. state, deceased-, vs. JoveDh Massey et al. BY virtue ol an order of sale made In the ota tv oi.n.i, j, uiuikiu.h. .hnvB Slated cause, i will offer for sale, and sen at public auction, lo tho fclshest bidder, in iront ot my office, Oreenlaw opera house. Second street, city ol Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, May 1C, 1974, within legal hours, the equllbliutercetof the heirs of Joseph Massey, deceased, iu aud lo the following oescrloed real estate, to-wlt; Ail that parcel of land sliuiled in Shelby county, Tennessee, beginning with lbs north west corner of aAity ocie tract sold by James Sloan to J. P. Jones, at a stake with two blackgum and one Iron wood pointers; thence north S3i degrees west IS chains and 75 links to a small Spanish oak bush with a poplar marked A MB, one blaekgum, four hickory and two dogwood pointer.-: thence fob lb fU decrees westt3 chains and 20 links to a white oak sapling maiked A M 8, with a sweetcam, one poplar, ush, red oat, whlteoak, and two hickory pointers; thence south st)ii dearees east U chains and IS links to a poplar with one dozwood and two horn bean pointers; thence degrees east II chains aadtQ links to a stake with a whlteoakhlckovy and do-?, wood pointers; thence south degrees east 21 chains and 10 links to n stoke with a, black- 5 am and nblteoak pointers; thence north 6$ egreeseastlS chains lo a slake with hickory redbud and ash pointers; thence north degrees west 22 chains and 20 links toalilcko rv, corner on the line between Slielby and Tipton counties; thence north 8 degrees cast 21 chains aud o) links to tne beginning, con taining 1C- acres, be the s-naa more or less and being that pait of the lands of James Sloan, deceased, more particularly described In a partition of said lands made by the County Court of ahelby county, December 2, 1S71, recorded with plat of game In ralnutet book No. 10, pare 122, of said court, and therein i designated -and described as lot No. 4 of said' partition. ' lerms of Sale fash. This April 21. 1S7I. M.D.L. STEWART, tlerk and Master. By Geo. MalKry, D. C. and M. L. O. Rives, sol, for complainant. apI5 TinCSTi:wlAI.. By virtue of a certain . deed of truit executed by. Jobn-tl, Bead and D. P. Head, or Haywood county, Tennes see, on the 23d day of December, liK.fer the purpose or seeuriug certain inaeDieduess therein mentioned, and which deed it of record iu the lu-gHterVi officii of said county ot Haywood, in record book No, 1, page 21.', and npon being requested so to do by the hold- 4 ers oi oue ot ine notes fr-eenreu ttierein, we will, on luidy, tbe sstu day or any, 1874, between the hours of 11 o'clock ami. and 2 o'clock p.m.. expose lo sale, and sell to the highest aud best bidder, for easb, at the southeast comer ol Union and Main streets, In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, the follow ing described real estale, conveyed to us in said deed, to-wlt: A certain tract of land situ ated, lying and being in .the county of Hay wood, State of Tennessee, and bounded as lol lows: Beainulnsalaslakelutbenorthof tbe lane in E. ilarrell's south boundary line; runs south nity slx (5d) poles to ptake with hicko ry rolnter. oue f J.t'. Head's corners; thence east filty-lbree koS) poles to a biackoak -lump in the corner cf sain Bead's fence, auother of bis corners; I hence south. ItfK poles lo a large whlteoak, the sautbeat corner ol the original tract; theneo west S't poles to a stake in the south bonn ary line, holly and dogwood pointers; thence east ii poles to the begin ning, containing by esllraa-on one hundred acres, more or lefts, together Willi ail the privi leges and appurtenances thereto belonging. All equity or right of redemption, and the bond and oath ol the truuees, are expressly waived by the grantors in saul trust deed and the title to said property i believed to be perfect, but we seB and convey oqly by virtue of tbe power aud right eonterre-i upon us by said trust deed. Memphis, Tenn., April 17, l4. M. A. CLAY, C C. CLAY, Olaop Me nr. Alt"----"- Trustees. CHANCERY SALE OF ' ' VALUABLE RESIDENCE LOTS, SATURDAY, D,;iS74. No. t0), R. D. In the Seeond Chancery court of Snelby county, Tennessee. F. N. itw renoe vs. Heirs of M. Baxter et al. BY virtue of a decree for sate-mado In- the above cause, I wUl offr at public sale, to tbe highest bidder. In front of tne door ol the ttecond Chancery Courtroom, on Second street, city of Memphis, Tennessee, On Saturday, -fay the Dili, 1874, Lois No. 21. 22.23 and 21. of tbe W.G.Lane subdivision, In block "A," and fronting-on I jilousarrat street, clty.oi ciuils, Tenn. Terms of sale-Credit olsfx amilWevef months; notes with approved seemlty; lien, retained: equity of redemption barred; Pale at 12 o'clock m. This April II, 1871. ' M, D. L. STEWART, i Clerk and Mr-ster. I Estes & Jackson, solicitors for complainant: -SALE OF EAL ESTATE,! ON SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874. No. 880, R. D. In the Second Chancery Courti oi aneioy county, Tennessee.-Anna a. saio, vs. John Johnson. BY virtue of a decree for eale made In thlsi cause by tbe Second Cnancery Court. I will sell to tbe highest bidder. In lront of the, door of the second Chancery Courtroom, onj Kecmd street, city of Memphis, renne&seev on' SATURDAY, -IAY 23, 1874, j the land described In said decree, to-wlt: Situ ated and beinj In the county of Shelby and, State of Tennessee, beginning at the lntersec-f Hon ol the first alley eist of Third street-wltb the soutbllneot Poplar street; thence south. parauei witn saia auey, nyt icet; inence west, parallel with Poplar street, 71)4 feet; theneo north, parallel with Third street, 71V, feet to the south side of Poplar street; thence east 71K leet to tbe beginning, being lot 404 on the. plan ot tbe city of Memphis. Terms of Sale On a credit ot sevenmonths, purchaser executing notes bearing lMeresl, with approved security; lien retained; equity of redemption barred. Tht April 22, lb-71. M, I. L. SIEWABT, Clerk and Master. By Oeo.MaUery.D.C. and M. 1 Brown, Hill & ilcllae, sols, forcomplatnant. HumesA Polton, sols, lor defendant. Administrator's Notico. NOTICE is glyen to the creditors of Jacob Burkle, deceased, that, the undersigned has been appointed administratrix, with tbe will annexe!, of the said decedent. All etalms must be presented within the time required by law or they will be barred. REBECCA BURKLE, Administratrix. Randolph, Hammond S Jordan, Attorneys. Attacluneut Notice. No. 1835 In tho First Chancery Court of Sheloy county, Tennessee. U. W. MlUer vs; Fanny Frazer et al. IT appearing from the bill In this cause, which Is sworn to, that the defendant?, Fanny Frazer and George Frazer, are Indebted to the complainant In the sum of S12S, with Interest from March.1872, evidenced by open account ; that derenonntB are non-residents ot Tennessee anu residents of Ihe State of Kan sob; and attachment having been regularly Issued and levied on tbe properly or the said delendants an appears from ine return of the sheriff. itls therefore ordered, That they make tnelr appearance herein, at the courthouse. In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In June, 11174, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bin, or tne same will be taken for confessed as a them and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for lour sue eesslve weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This2lst day of April, 1S74. A copy Attest: EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. II. 55 c Her.-X : mdM. llomes.tl' - complainant. DISSOMTIOft. THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned" under the Ami name or MOORE 4 DOUGLASS,ln the plant ing business In Tunica county, Mississippi, Is this day dlsso"-- !-r rii-tSil consent. 'ID L. MOORE. DOUGLASS. T.U74. 0P9. Hunts vim Gen. Joseph E. Johnston's of Military Operations" At Auction, ., , - PIMVATS Medical Bispensarv1 rVo. S7 Jefferson street, BMween Mala aud Front How, MEiirnW, TENN KMaMlsoed in 18S0. . nfi. JOHNSON U ..wieded by all par -ties interested, - . far the si linn nn fnlPhyslelan In the treatment of orlvMe or secret diseases. Qnlek, iborotmh aad perraa. nent eorea guaranteed in every ease, male or fern-Is. Becent cases of gonorrhea anrtSys-rt. lis cured In s few days, wtthotrt tbe saw ot mercury, change of diet or bindraDee fresa buslnesM. SeoondarySyphllis tbelsstveeUM eradlsated wlUwat the use of mercury, in voluntary loss of semen stopped In a sbc, time, "uffersn from 1m joiency or loss ol sexnal power restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self-Abuse and exessslw venery, sarferi Tig from spen atorrbea and R -of physical and mental power, sceedlly aad perm&nsfitlyc-red. ittBlsuuuoa paid to the Diseases ol Women, and cares guaranteed. Throat and Lang Diseases earod Wy nsw remedies. All eonssltotioiM strletly eoHSdenMal.'; Mediatsestentl-fexpreMto all parts of the country, (.lmce noars iros B aa. to 9 jm Sasdsya from S to 5 p.m. ap-dAw U. s. JOHN4N. M. n. Trisutefe'H Sale. Y virtue of two deeds In trass tosaeexf -eoted or M. A. A B. lltm tHm Hh November, 1S71, to seonre Ue nanasat ot eeitsta IndabtedneM therein dSaabed, r corded In record I Ii In III, jmaii I II. Ill lliu Bealster. offlce of Hhelby eoantyt IfesmeRsesv and the eecoad m tbe Mtb ApnL ni ataa Ul secure eartaln indebtneesiberelBilmeflbed, of leeoid in Ihe IUisie-. oMw o mmUir county, Tennewee, In book mo. SS, pse 4IM to boih of which reference Is hereby raade tor lull particulars, 1 will, as trustee, oa Tuesday, 2GtIi day or May, 1874, In front of the entrance to tbe Ctwneery Courtroom, on tbe west Mile of Seeond Mreet, between union and Uayoss streets. In tbe Greenlaw Opera Block, In the ettjr ot Memphis, Tennessee, betwees tbe hoars of !!?".- wl S P-m , sell at pnbUe oatery, lng described real eotato, sltnates la Ibeelty of Memphis, Hhelby county, Tennessee, de scribed as follows: Beginning at tbe north west corner of Desoto and Beale streets; thencsweat on tbe north side of Beale street eighty-one (81) feet to a "lake; ibenee aorta and parallel with Desoto street sixty rem feet wMwii lueucetam ana parauei wnaneaio I street eighty-one (SI) feet to DeSoto street; thenee south with the west side of DeSota I street sixty 0) feet to the hagtnnlng. i Toere Is on said property four 14) two. r story brick tenements. I will tell tbeabovs ) ducrlbed property to pay the Indebtedness mentioned in said deeds of trust due II. M. James, and all necessary cost and expenses in , executing the ssldtrast deeds. By the terras of said deeds of trust the t equity or redemption Is expressly waived. , The title Is believed to be Berfeet, bBtl-WIIl sell and convey only as trastse. aplS E. M. UBABN. Trustee. CHANCERY SALE OF ESAL ESTATE No. 100?, 15 First Chancery Court of Kltetby County Cbas. Collin, guardlaa, eta- ler Anna and Camilla Pope, vs. Anna Ppe. et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory del ree tor sale, entered In tbe above eanse oa tbe 2th day or March, 1874, I will sell, at pabWe -auction, to the highest bidder, in front or tho Clerk and Master's omee, Greenlaw Opera house Bonding, Second, street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, May 1C, 1874, within1 legal h nn, the following desert bed nroDertv. situated In Shelbv ennntv. Team,. I see, to-wlt: rirsi A suburban lot. No. 23, of the Deem subdivision, rrontlng 5B0 feet on the east side or Pauline street, ll feet on tbe south sMe or Vance street, and 1C3 feet on tbe north side ot the Plaeoa Boost road. SecondLot No. 21 of raid sabdlvMea, frontline. 405 feet on tbe east side of Patutae stro-t, MB feet on the outh side of Ovettea street, and 108 feet on the north side of Vaaee street. Third Tract No. 7 of the country property, beginning 60 feet north ot the center of Hi e Memphis and Charleston railroad, at tbe northwest corner of lot no. 6; the&ee west, parallel with the railroad, 8 chains and 0) links to the southeast corner of lot No. . thenee north with the line of No. S, 22 ooalas and 63 links to the beginning, containing 19 61-ltoacrtM. Fourth Also the following property, whteb was conveyed by J. W. Knott to Sallte P Pope, on the ?th of February, 18K, lying In the eityof Memphis, and known and de scribed upon toe plan of said eity as part ot lot No. 50, and bounded as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a stake un Ibe south stae ot Madbon street Hi feet 10H lnebes etut of tbe eastern line oi Fourth street (said Fourth -treet being SO feet wide, and taken o4T Hie west pan of lot No. 5S8); runr,lng thence east wardiy with the south side or Madison Mreet at feet, 6 inches to a stake: thenee southwardly at right angles with Madison street 144 feet s Inches; thence westwardly. parallel with MadUon street, 3 feet 0 inches to a stake, the corner of lot 660; thence northwardly with the ta.t line of lot No. 6bH, ill feet Inches to the beginning on Madison street. Trn of ale One-third casb, balanee in one and two years; notes beating interest from date: lien retained to secure same. ate. ' ThU April 13. 1871. js. j. uuiis. uers: ana -i aster. By R. J. Black, D. c. and M. Jarnasln A Frayser, Attorneys. a pi I CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLB LANDS ON BIG GREEK .No. 10SS R. D- No. 1121 H.DIn the Second Chancery Court nf Shelby county. Tennes see. W. P. Proudat, executor of Mrs. F. U. , Wooisey, vs. Geo. K. Duncan and others. irjYv.rtueof adeereo for sale made In UH 1 1 eanse bv the second Chi ureerv Court, na -tr lauiday of Maroh, 174, 1 will sell te tba uisH-n, oiuuer, in ireui ot me door oi ne beconj Cu an eery Courtroom, on recod street, city or Memphis, Teuu-on Saturday, Hay 9, 1874, the land described In said dt-.ae, to- wit Situ ate and being In tbe county of Hhelby and State of Tennessee, In tbe third civil district, section 4, range 6, eleventh surveyor-district, beginning Ma stake 70 links north Jc east or a rrdoak marked B, lh the south line of tbe Holmes tract; running thence sooth W east 13 chains 15 links lo a stake on the south side ol a road, with dogwood pointers; Ibenee south dc west 32 chains lo a stake near an ask stump on the railroad track; thence south 5S west 7 chains to a corner on tbe north side of tho railroad, with ash, sweetaura and bornbean pointers; thenea north WS west at chains 11 links to a slake; theuce north SK" east as chains 40 links to the beginning con taining 41 acres, more or lees, and near Luey Depot, Paducah and Memphis railroad. Terms of Hale--Credlt of seven and twelve months; netes with approved security; lien retalntu; equity of redemption barred. Sale between 12 and 1 o'clock. This April 11, mi. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. B. B. Barnes, solicitor for complainant. oss.. CITaTIS ARRIVAL LV NEW CRLEAJfS. BR. B. lie F. CURTIS, M.D, F.R.CS- author of " Manhood," Medical Essays on Mar riage, etc. etc., takes thi opportunity to an nounce to the citizens of MUll'HlH and tho snrmnndlng country, including those who have previously eonsu'ted him, that he has arrived In New Orleans for the season, and may be conrerreuVwlth as heretofore in per son or by letter, arnls rooms, NO. 9 RAMPART 8TK8KT, between Canal and Cost -mhouse, dally from 10a.m.to3p-n .and from 6 to 8 pan. On Sun days from 11 to i only. Jnst Published.- U(ti Edition, -nr . TVT-r-r OOTJ, Corrected and Revised by tbe author, B. de F cURriS, M.D., F.R.CJ3. A MEDICAL ESSAY on the eause and eure of Prematnre Decline In man, showing how health H lost and how regained. It gives a clear synopeU of the Impediments to Mar riage, the treatment of Exhausted Vitality, Nervous and Physical Debility, Abuses of tbe System, etc-etc., and the remedies therefor, the results of twenty years success! oi practice. " There is no member of society by whom this book will not be found useful, whether such person holds tbe relation ofparent, per ceptor or clergyman." ILendon Times. "CURTIS ON MANHOOD' This -boot should be read by the young for Instruction, by the afflicted or reller. It will Injure no one." (London Medical Gazette. Price 50 cents, by mall. Address the author v DB. CURTIS, 9 Rampart street. New Orleans, La ser Dr. Curtis has determined to remain In New Orleans dnrlng his Southern trip, and win tvMitlveiv not visit -feniDlils mofe- slonally tbls yrar. Henie thoso who wish to consult him prmas1-1? call upon him at his address as - loh'l dAW. OMNIBUSESi'OK SALE. SEVERAL Four-Horse Omnibuses, In good running order, will be sold cheap. Apply to Louisville Transfer Co- northeast eornei Ninth and Green streets, Louisville, Ky. apl- E. P. FONTAINE. Sup't. TRUSTEE SALE. BY reqnest of tbe beneBelary, I wilt sell to the highest bidder, for cash, in front ot tno sheriff's oince.Ureenlaw Building. Seeend street, Memphis, Tenn- between the bonis of 11 a.m. and i pun., Friday, Mny tbe Stb, 187-1, tiie following described real estate, to-wlt: Be ginning at tbe point where the west llneof DeSoto- street Intersects tbe south line of Beale street, and running thence south with tho west line ot Desoto street 12 fret to a stake; thence west and parallel with Bealest. 80 feet to a sts So; thence nerth aad paral lel with DeSoto street 120 feet to Use sou th line of Beale street; tbenoe east with tbeusouth Hue or Beale street 60 feet to tbe baiannlng. said trust deed lsreelstorsdln booB7rpage 0l of the recortB of itxfroaa ity. At U, A. iL-1:' UN, Trustee. "Nnrrntlvel Jnst Out. j r2 '.", AND iommissior StUowartl'.- MEMPH1S- SIT". T- B- !