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THE MEMHPI8 DAIL'i APPKAL-FEIDAY. MAT 7, 1!75.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLES. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE. iksivch: a dally (exeent Sunday), at 4:10 a.m. - - . ialiy, at SJ5 p.m. Jfrownsville Ac--i, xlauoa, dally (except Sunday), at 910 DzrAKTs: ; t sji, dally (except Sunday), at 3:JH a.m. dally, at 1 p.m. Hrewu-vllle Acooni- i Ma c la' :n (except Sunday) al 4:15 p.m. ' head of Ma:n t-lreel. office. No. ?7 Main street, corner of M a.e.n. Vi-ilSBlI'I': AND TENNESSEE ARHIVEH: i im Mall (everyday), t iSft pjn. E :ally SaadayaexeplW). at :45 ajfl. .in aeeorontodaUou, dally (Sundayi ex i , i al52d p.m. :.',wn Mail (everyday), at 1 p.m. F; . dally (Sunday excepted;, at 4 :10 p.m. K-r aad accommodation, dally (Sundays iixi J), at 6:M a.m. - ut tool or Mala ktrceU 3.. t-offlee, No. 2e7ilalu street corner ol ijadUon y. EMPH1B AND CHARLESTON. DEI-ARTS : Mali 'very dayi, at 1230 m. Expiesa i rpt Saturday) at? p.m. Somervllie c ..Klntlon. dally (except Sunday) at OSi P orand Junction accommodation at 6 p n AKKivrs: r. , .fry day at 11 :10 ajn. Express, dally t i -unday st 11:01 a.m. Somervllie ac i JUod, dally (except Sunday) at 8:10 am imnd J auction accommodation, dally vex -epi sanlay ) at 62S o.m. . it. ; ufrieti. No. Main street. MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK. aukives: Mi. everyday), at I a.m. Freight and A -cu; nidation al7:30 pjn. departs: Mc' everyday). at 2:26 turn. Freight and A aiuodatlon at 8 a.m. M.eepi.nc-carh on mall trains. r 'i Center Landing, foot of Washington Blr eel. T fcet-ofBe, No. 287 (corner Madison) -nd No. 278 Main street. FADUCAK AND MEMPHIS arrives: ilall and Freight, at 10 ajn. bepakts: r.a'.i and Freight, at 3 p.m. f jo "lh.11 and ireighl train leaver Covington f Dr i pb In at 7 a.tu. and returns to Coving o - " p.m. t- . l- .aviDz xempniB win start rroin FIMiF ANO TRADE. Monetary affairs had their usual placidity yesterday; money la In larger volumo thau it was a week or two ago, owing to holders of cotton having let go in a good many cases. There is a strong outside inquiry (or money, but little of it is such as banks consider entitled to consideration. The New York Herald of Monday, says money has been plenti ful there all week, with commercial paper as low as 4 per cent. "The bank statement shows an unusal influx of capital from the interior, the increase in legal tenders being $3,161,900. The de crease in coin or the amount exported lias caused butlittlecomment, inasmuch as it is known that the treasury would cjria commence Me disbursement of ;r hi to an extent that would largely off set the recent los-." The advance in jrovernment and railway securities, the Jlcrald further observes is the effect of accumulating capital seeking an outlet. The result of a plethora of capital pre eages the approach of another era of ad venturous speculation. The centennial, the Herald says, will tell upon financial affairs "It has been roughly estimated that at least a quarter of a million of visitors will come to our shores during the next year as tourists, who, allow ing only $200 for each pernon, will disburse during their stay fifty millions of dollars. Add to this amount the sum saved to the coun try by those who will stsy at home, the sum expended on all the railways con verging to the centre, and the life given to all kinds of business by the distribu tion of a largo mass of capital, and there Is every reason to believe that 1876 will be commercially one of the most event ful in our history." City exchange was in rather better supply at our banks yes terday at par buying on New York, sell ing at i premium; ii discount on New Orleans, selling at par. Local se curities were stagnant at unchanged figures The Nashville Union and Amer ican of Wednesday reports "Comptroll ew warrants are rather dull, with but little demand by tax-payers. Dealers pay 92()93 and sell at 94." The direc tors of "the Charleston railroad were in session yesterday; it is understood that their annual report shows a most grati fying degree of prosperty, the result of judicial reforms that have been in ope ration. The stockholders of the Missis sippi and Tennessee railroad, at their meeting on Wednesday, took the neces sary steps to avail themselves of the pro visions enacted by the Mississippi legis lature, to enable them to dispose of their llret mortgage bonds, now approaching maturity. The cotton market yesterday had a brighter look upon it, in consequence cf a better tone in the telegrams. At the close New York was quiet at 16$c: New Orleans firm at 15Jc; Liverpool firmer at 7Jd; Savannah, 15c; Mobile, Ibia Charleston, 15c; Galveston, 15Jc. Holders were firmer, but buyers showed no disposition to pay higher than they had" been doing, but holders reckoned the stronger feeling equal to Jo better, although quotations remained as before. Among the actual sales was good ordi nary at Bd ordinary to low mid dling at 14J14ic, the last for river bot tom; middling, 15c; good middling, 15Jc. The port receipts again showed an increase of receipts above the corres ponding period last year, as follows: Received the six days of this week, 19 827 bales; the same time last week, 17.650 bales; last year. 19,344 bales. The following are the official quotations cf the cotton exchange: 1-1 -C4 .14- 0 cood ordinary... Low middling.... Middling 15 15K 15K& 'Jood middling The market was quiet: sales 900 bales, of which spinners took 700 and export ers 200 bales. The New York Chronicle bad au estimate of the crop in last Sat urday's number, in which it says, mod estly and unpretentiously to a degree that does it honor: "With regard to the American supply we have been silent of wte, feeling, after our erroneous judg ment jin December, that we were Uardly eutitled to an opinion on this cror. But we are now so near the end, lLat h word or two will be sufficient." ''"no tJironic'c's figute is 3,865 000 bales, a- 1 1 adds: "In view of all these pos- " tie c intingencies, is it sale 10 assume "that tti total which Europe may re fr.refrom this crop will be lees than 7itiOKi bales, and, furthermore, is tit; not a reasonable chance of its be - " in excess of that figure? Of course, .f "turouKh the summer, our growing h iuld give au unfavorable prora i -f tiip taki gs of spinners would prob ably be increased beyond their actual wants." COTTON STATEMENT. -C. September 1, 1874 5.SS1 . since lat euiement- m (.c. , , -.ed previously 315 Sl&fiiS ,rrdMncelart statement 1.227 3211 h -r.oed nrevlOBjJy -SVI0 lock at noon this day.. 26,871 1 ,'viT Pit ixroBTS. 7 - .i 'ar tills week.. . tar lata weefc 315.GS3 trB'WPWfiitw i ; rcuif'bl" and Charleston rail road 131 15 74 41 10 a U. S. It. It- an. r - tajail perwagons. EXPORTS. -. 3,771 ... -241,510 401 151 57 . 101 U71 -151 T-ufa: last week h - -e -optemoT l... - -cu-iiuis and Charlentun railroad.- y a T. railroad L. i N . o. s. k. i: S j ..in- n. tooth v., ra.i. nor'h, i:v rai.. fcouth The general market was quiet, t uf the weather was delightful; in fact, j wa the first day of the month that had a touch of May in its breath. Corn ffa, quiet; a lot of 350 sacks had S6Jo offered for it, although it was in second hand sacks; arrivals were light, and the '-in" t.trnnger. Oat were quiet; some damage 1 brought 7172c. Bran was I, or, selling at S22 75. Hay was in fair demand, and steady at quotations. Cornmeal wa a little unsettled, selling at S3 7b and $3 80; it is selling in St. Juisat$3 603 70 for city delivered. Fang were in fair demand at 1416c. Ourkcns are steady at former rates; aood hens find ready sale. Flour re gains very firm ; but advance where it may and what it may, it remains un changed here. The St. Louis JiepubH can of Wednesday reports: "The firm ness of receivers has tended to develop a demand quite extraordinary in c ;m parison with the deadne-fo! the market for months previous. The activity of tbe market;- . 'v rtified to by the volume of transacus, which sums up inclusive about 33,000 barrels. Flour was very low this winter and spring,un til recently, and the market dull and very depressed in tone. No one seemed to want Hour, but now this is all reversed. The advance notable lias been equal to 4050c on choice grades of winter, and 25(j 35c on medium, while spriugs have been readily saleable at fair prices asked. The activity of the movement durlnc the period is sufficiently made evident in the aggregate bales since last Tuesday, which comprehends nearly 40,000 bar rein of both spring and winter." Pro visions were firm and some of the fig ures in our quotations below show a lit tle advance. The St. Louis Republican of Wednesday says: "A profound lull distinguishes all the leading markets, aud in none of them is there anything happening calculated to excite interest. A universal calm prevails in this im portant and usually active trade evi dently nit premeditated or strategic, since holders are eaier toward buyers, and values, while incurring no material quotable declines, have tended to shade on". There are those who look forward to a reaction in the market and an up ward movement in prices." Quotations are for round lots, unless otherwise expressed: for feed and pro ducc,levee rales. lor small purchases rates are proportionately higher. Apples Per bbl., $3 504 50 in store. Sales of 60 barrels golden rus set at $4 25. Building Material Lime, by car load, $1 10; in bulk, $1; in store, $1 15. Bosodale cement, $2 40; Louisville ce ment, $2 252 30; fire brick, $35 per 100. Brick per 1000, $810. Buxtkh Offering in store at 122Sc; the beat at 2Sc. Bran Nothing doing; sale of SO sacks at 22 75 Coal Oil Per gallon, 1920c. Cheese Factory, 1517c. Cotton Seed Cotton-seed oil, crude, 42c; cotton-seed meal, $2-5. Cotton Yarns No. 400, 16c; No. 600, 14c; No. 600, 12c; No. 700, 10c. Corn For a lot of 365 sacks, white, second-hand sacks, SSJc, offered. Cornemal Sales were at $3 7S3 SO. .Eaas In fair demand at 14153. FLOOR Per bbl., $5 257 75; very firm. Groceries Hard refined white su gars, llj12c; soft refined, vellow and white, 9Jllc; clarified yellow, new, 9J10Jc; open kettle, new, 79Jc; choice white, new, 10llc. Molasses and syrups, per gallon, in barrels, 5075c, as in quality. Tea, as in qual ity, 60c$l 10. Bice, 7JSic. Coflee Bio, per pound, inferior to fancy. 19J 23c. Salt, per barrel, domestic, $1 80. Soap German, per pound, 66jc. Can dles, 17c. Snuff 0-ounce bot tles, per dozen, $15 7516; 2-ounce bot tles, $10 5011 60; tins, 1-ounce, S4 50. Soda, 65c, in kegsjin boxes, 6i6Jf. Starch, 5T5Jc. Hay Prairie, $1920; mixed, $22 50 (3)23 60; timothy, $26; in store prime, $25; timothy, 27. Sale on landing of 140 bales mixed at $22; 50 bales fair timo thy at $25. Hides, Etc. Flint, !6c: dry salted, J2 13c; green salted, 78c; green, 6c; un ound hides, 33 per cent lower. Deer skins, dry, 2530c. Sheep skins, 25c $1 50. Wool, as in quality, 1620c. Tallow, 7Sc. Beeswax. 2526c. Lemons and Oranges Lemons, per box, $56 50. Oranges. $45 50. Nails In store, $3 35 rates, cash; on orders, $3 55. Oats In store, 7677c. On landing sale of a lot of damaged at 7172c. Provisions Bacon Shoulders, 9J 9Jc; rib sides, 13J13Jc; clear sides, 13J 13ic. Hams, plain, 12$c; sugar-cured, uncanvased, 14c; canvased, 1414Jc. Bulk pork Shoulders, S9c; rib sides, 12i12Jc; clear sides, 12313c, packed and loose. Lard Tierce, 16c; keg and pail, 16 Jc for refined. Breakfast bacon, 13j14c: mess pork, $23 60. Powder and Shot Powder per keg, $6 25; halves, $3 38; quarters, $181. Shot, drop, per sack, $2 25; buck, $2 50. Lead, per pound, 89c. Potatoes Bii3sets and peachblows, $2 752 85; New York, $1 25 per bushel. Peanuts Per pound, 7Jc. Paints and Oil White lead, 10i 11 Jc; linseed oil,90c; boiled, 95c; turpen tine, 45c. Poultry Chickens, $44 50; roos ters, $33 50. Market heavy; ducks, $4 50. Vegetables, New Potatoe3, S67; string beans in nushel baskets, $3 50; cabbage in crates, $15 per 100 head; celery, 50c per bunch; onions, $3 per sack. COT ION MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. LOUISVILLE, May 6.-Cotton quiet, 15Jc. ST. LOUIS, May 6. Cotton dull and lower, 15Jc. CINCINNATI, May 6. Cotton dull and nominal, I5c. NEW OBLEANS, May 6. 11:30 a.m. Market steady; middling, 16Jc; sales, 400 bales; receipts, 72 bales. 2 p.m Net receipts, 164 bales; gross, 293 bales; exports to Great Britain, 2900 bales; sales, 3000 bales; stock, 121,099 bales. Market steady and firm at loc. 6 p.m. Cotton demand moderate; sales, 1450 bales; prices firm; receipts, 405 bales; exports to Great Britain,4017 bales: stock, 11,7S4 bales; unsold last evening, 71,900 bales; on shipboard,43, 600 bales. LIVERPOOL, May 6, 12:30 p.m. Cotton firmer; middling uplands, 7d; Orleans, 88Jd; sales, 14,000 bales for speculation and export; June and July delivery from Savannah or Charleston, 1. m.c.,7id; July and August do. 1. in. c, Sd. 1 30 p.m. May, Juno and July de delivery from Savannah or Charleston, 1. m c, 7 13-16d. 6.30 p.m. June and July delivery from New Orleans, 1. m. c, 8d.; July and August do. 8 l-16d. Sales of American cotton, 8300 bales. NEW YORK, May C, 10:55 a. m. Cottou quiet, with less pressure to sell. 12:10 p.m. Cotton quiet and un changed; salts for export, 20 bales; to spinners, 19 bales to-day,and519 bales last oveuiug; to speculators, 20 bales laix evening. 12:S5 p.m. Futures quiet and a shade easier; January, 15 13-16151c; Februa ry, 15 15 16fo16c; March, 16 l-16c; May. 15 15-1610c; June, 1616 1-163; July, 1616 6-16 ; August, 16 7-1616J(!. September, 10 3-1616Jc; October, I5J (3115 13 lCc: November. 155(3)15 ll-16c; December, 1515 11-lCc; sales for fu ture delivery, 16,000 uulea 2:20 p.m. Cotton quiet; sales for ex port, 560 bales; to spinners, 72 bale; to speculators, 100 bales; in transit, 400 3 ii.ni. Futures firm; January, 15 151G15 3l-32c; February.16 1- 1616Jc ; Maicu.16 9-3216Jc; May,16165-32c; Juue, 16 3-16(a;16 7-32c; July, 16 13 32 a, 16 7-16c; August, 16 19-3216c; titip ternber, 16 13 32c; October, 15 15-16(3lo 31 32c; November, lo 23 32g)153c; De cember, 15J15 25.32c; sales for future deliveryi -lOO0 bales. Net receipts, 3S9 bales; gross receipts, 3S9 bales; exports to Great Britain, 275 bales; sales, 1671 bales; stock, 177,991 bales. Beceipts of cotton for six days, 19,S27 bales; exports to Great Britain, 2-3,342 bales; to France, 4073 bales; to the con tinent, 4321 bales; stock, 453,951 bales. MOKE MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW ORLEANS, May 6. Gold, 115; sight, J premium. Sterling, 583 J. LONDON, May 6. The rate of dis count in the open market for three months bills, 3 3-16 per cent, or 5-16 be low the bank of England rate. Consols for money, 93J94; on account, 94(3) 941; 5-20i of 1865. 105i; 1867, 109J;10-40, iu-i; new os, iuj; i iw"- vcunai, 92; Erie, 26126J; Erie preferred, 36. NEW YORK, May 6. Money easy, 2 to 4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4 to 5 per cent. Sterling quiet at 4S7(S,4S7J for sixty days, and 490 490$ for sight. Customs receipts, $323, OuU. Gold strong, opening at 115, and closing at 115J. B'n rowing rates, 3 1-64 percent.; ifore the close loans were made fiat. The asistaut treasurer dis bursed $561,000. Clearings, $24,000,000. Government bonds firm; coupons of 1SS1, 123j; 1S62, 116J; 1864, 117;; 1S65, 119; 1S65, now, 1215; 1867, . 123 j; 186S, 123; new fives, 115J; 10-403, 1I7; currency bs, lJt- otate bonus dull; Missouri 6s, 101; old Tennessee, 71: new Tennne, 71: new Vir ginia, 33; old Virginia, 34; old North Carolina, 21; new North Carolina, 10. The stock market was depressed early in the day by European advices of a small panic in Paris and by realizations and by heavy shipments of specie. Prices fell oil' under a pretty active sell ing movement of 1 per cent. There was a much better feeling in the even ing, and at the close of business prices ware up to 2j per cent, from the lowest point of tne day. Pacific Mail rose from 43 to 44, Western Union from 78 to 79J. Kock Island from 104 to 104J, Harlem from 134 t) 134 and Lake Shore from 70 to 70J. Union Pacific was the leading feature aud advanced from 74J to 76, closing at the highest point. Missouri Pacific rose to 54 aud Atlautic Pacific prefeired to 16'. New Jersey Central was exceptionally weak in late dealings and declined from 111 to 10SJ with final sales at 109J. Tne de pression in this stock was caused by a re vival of the rumor of the purchase oi the New Jersey Southern railroad by the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Erie declined to 29J on the loss of a bridge, and afterwards recovered to 30. Mis souri, Kansas and Texas were more ac tive than of late and rose to 10$ bid, without sales, but afterwards sold at 9. St. Louis, Kansas City aud Northern common stock has been admitted to dealings at the stock ex change, and to-day sold at 8 j9. Trans actions were 166,000 shares, of which 18,000 were Pacific Mail, 26,000 Western Union, 9000 Northwest ern, 23,000 Erie, 21,000 Lake Shore and 34,000 Union Pacific. Canton, 67; Western Union Telegraph, 79; Quicksilver, 17; Adams express company, 102 ; Wells & Fargo's ex press company, 91; American express company, 64; United States express company, 53; Pacific Mail, 43J; New York Central, 104i; Erie, 30; Erie preferred, 40 ; Harlem , 1 34 ; Harlem pre ferred, 131; Michigan Central, 75; Pittsburg and Fort Wayne, 93; Sorth western, 41; Northwestern preferred. 54; Rock Island, 104; New Jersey Central, 109; St. Paul, 36; St. Paul pre ferred. 65; Wabash, 12; Wabash prePd, 20; Fort Wayne, 98; Terre Haute, 107; Terre Haute, preferred, 125; Chicago and Alton, 105; Chicago and Alton preferred. 110; Ohio and Mississippi, 26 ; Cleveland, Colum bus and Cincinnati, 59; Burlington and Quincy, 114; Lake Shore, 70J; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Cen tral, 6; Illinois Central, 104; Union Pacific, 76;; Central Pacific bonds, 103 J; Union Pacific bond8,101; Delaware and Lackawanna, 119; Atlantic and Pacific telegraph, 8 DRY 600DH. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, May 6. The volume of business was restricted by rainy weather and was light in all departments. Cot ton goods were quiet and unsettled by the late price revisions. Hill's seven eighth bleached shirtings were closed out at 9c Blue cottonades are dull in heavy makes, and irregular in light. Cheviot noods are in demand, and prints are in steady request, but plain are lets active. PRODUCE MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. CINCINNATI, May 6. Flour quiet and weak. Wheat quiet and weak; red, $1 331 35. Corn firm at 7S80c. Oats firm at 6870c. Eggs firm at 15c. Butter dull. Pork firm $22 25 spot. Lard, country steam held at 15c; ket tle, 15J16c. Bulk meats quiet at b, llj12c. Bacon steady at 9, 123 13c. Whisky, $1 15. ST. LOUIS, May 6. Flour buyers asking concessions; little done. Wheat irregular, some sales lower and some higher; No. 2, red winter, SI 35. Corn dull and lower; No. 2, 73J75c cash; 79c July. Oats dull anu unsettled; jno. 2, 6465c. Pork dull, S22. Dry salt meats held firmly, 858.40, 12, and 12Jc, but no sales. Bacon firm; only a small order trade. Lard nominal, 15c. CHICAGO, May 6. Flour extras, $5 5 37; prime, $5 256. Wheat in fair Jemaud at lower rates; No. 2, $1 13$ spot. Corn quiet and weak; No. 2, 2 72c spot; 75jjc bid seller June. Oats buoyant but unsettieu: jno. z, ujc spot. Pork dull and drooping; $21 6221 65 spot. Lard dull and a shade lower; $15 3715 40 spot. Bulk meats in fair demanu ana nigner; b, 114, iizgc, spot or May. Whisky active and higher, $1 15. LOUISVILLE, May 6. Flour fairly active: extra, $4 50(3)4 75; extra fami ly, $5 255 75; A No. 1, $6 256 50; fancy, $6 507 25. Wheat firm ; red, SI 25; white, $1 30. Cora flrm,6667c. Oata firm, 70c. nay nrm at $zi. pro visions steady. Pork,$22 50. Bulk meats, 8J, 12.10, 12J, and 12Jc. Bacon, 9. 1313c. Sugar-cured hams, 13jl4c. J-iaru goou, 10 jc; uerce, 1616c; kegs, 16c. Whisky, $1 15. Bagging firm, 1313c. NEW ORLEANS, May 6. Flour small stock; good demand; prices rul ing inujh higher; common, $4 755; su fine,$5255 37; double extra,$5 756; treble extra,$6 256 75; choice,$77 25; family, S7 507 75. Corn, 8788c Oats, 7475c. Bran held higher at SI 17 1 20. Hay prime, $26. Pork, $23. Dry salt meats, 9, 123ll2c. Bacon, 9, 1313Jc. Lard dull and lower; tierce, 1515c; keg, 16c. Sugar very firm; common, 7c; fair to fully fair, 7jo; prime, 9c. Molasses fair fer menting, 48c; common, not ferment ing, 50c; dealers selling reboiled fair at 5366c; prime, 5860c; strictly prime to choice. 6368c. Whisky held high er at $1 17 lor western rectified. Coff eo fair to prime, 1819c. Cornmeal, $3 75. NEW YORK, May 6. Flour in moderate demand; superfine western aud State, $4 855 15; St. Louis, $5 70 8 50. Rye Hour firm at S4 355 40 Cornmeal firm. Wheat quiet; No. 2 Chicago, $1 191 21. Corn heavy and lower; mixed western, S990c. 0ts steady; mixed western 7476c. Coffee quiet but steady, with fair demand; Rio, 16 19c, gold. Susr very quiet; refin ing. S8 j; prime, 8 9-169c; reliued firm at 10jlll- Molasses very firm; grocery grades in uood demand. Rice quiet, but steady. Petroleum heavy aud lower; refiued, 12125c; crude, 66c. Pork firm; now mes $2222J. Beef quiet. Cut meats dull; dry salted shoulders SJc Middles du'.l ; long clear, 1212c; short do. 12 jc. Lard lower; prime steam, 15c. Butter firm ; west ern, 1216c. Cheese, S16c. Whisky, $1 171 17. t HAVEthlsday associated with me In the 1 Cotton Factorage and Commission Itufl-neK-. Messrs. L. U. Mnllins, Jr., and H. M. McCallum. The business will bo onducted under the old nnn name or J. It. Godwin t Co. Thes-e young gentlemen are too well known to my customers a-id to the public generally to need any commendation m tuls connection. It will bo proper, however, to say that the new nrm will exert their best energies to please all who may favor them with their patronage. J. It. GODWIN. Memphis, May 1, lbTj. J. K. GODWIN. L. D. MULL1NH, Ju. 8. M. McCALLUM. S. 12. GOB WEST & . 0OTTON FACT0BS -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS So. 336 FItOXT STREET, MAGNOLIA BLOCK-UP STAIRS, MARINE CHK03ICLE. Meteorological and Aquatic. Ererjbody managed to keep warm yestorday.and that without much effirt. Some were disposed to grumble at Old Sol's ellorts to bring about a spring tem perature; but then, there are people who would grumblo at being hung. It's hard to please everybody. Toward even ing spring fever prevailed to au alarm ing extent. The river here continues to rise rapidly, and driftwood, mostly out of Cumbeiland river, was running heav ily all day yesterday. A general decline has set in in the Ohio from Pittsburg out; the Cumberland is also declining; St. Louis also reports a decline, but at airo the Mississippi is rising. Arkan sas is rising slowly at Little Bock, but White river is declining. Our tele graphic correspondence and the official table below give latest details concern ing weather, rivers, and movements of boats at other points: Oi-rica Obh. 810. Hub. U. H. Army 1 May 6. s:ts p.m., 1H7J. j G K C i : i I : th : : 2- : :- : : fi !:::::::: C- ! : i : O S.C.O- :lSS2fSSl I SSrjji I i i Si : I : I : 5 ll S: ; co : : 1 jsy lOOMC.O- 3 I 11 " d 000: : TCCtEX Oc: : Kg BC: : : " ' " CC,: : " 5C : : x 5 5 t"3 So .. I : . v,!.": :.::.: I 1 tone;: : -V'!'' c5! : o: I : :::::! os a C o A 93 O -1 -i -i 2. 2 : : 222.2.: : 2 ! : : C: : c: B O p CS " ft t n c.-t . : t Hf low oench mark. H. il. LDDWIU. Sergeant., Pittsbuko, May 6 Noon. River falling, with 6 feet 7 inches in the chan ael. Weather clear and pleasant. Nashville, May C. River falling slowly, with 0 feet 2 inches on Harpeth shoals. Weather clear and cool. No arrivals or departures except local pack ets. Little Rock, May 6. The river is falling, with 10 feet 6 inches water in the channel by the government gauge. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived : Maumelle, Cincinnati; Ella Hughes, Fort Smith. Cincinnati, May 6, Noon. Biver falling, with 17 feet 4 inches in the chan nel. Weather cloudy and cool. No ar rivals except local packets. Departed: Cons Millar, Memphis. Several local boats departed. Evansville, May 6. Weather clear and pleasant; mercury, 50 to 6S. River falling, with 19 7-10 feet water in the chaunel by tlio government gauge. No arrivals except local packets. De parted: Minneola, 2:30 p.m. There were also several departures of local packets. Cairo, May 6, Noon. Weather clear and pleasant. River 35 feet 6 inches inthechaunel. Mercury, 68. Arrived: Vint Shiukle, Memphis, 8 a.m.; John A. Scudder, New Orleans, 11 a.m.; City of Vicksburg.Vicksburg, noefn. Depart ed: Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati, 9 a.m.; John A. Scudder, St. Loui3, noon Night. Arrived: Grand Tower, St. Louis, 6 p.m. Departed: City of Vicks burg, St. Louis, 2 p.m. JSovemenls at the Levee. There is a considerable quantity of hay and salt on the levee, but the move ments of other stuff are very light. The up-river packets which relied on good down-trips to make up for the light loads up, now complain of light business both ways. We append a summary of yes terday's transactions: ARRIVED. The Illinois came up night before last with 31 bales cotton, 9f sacks seed, and a lot of sundries The City of Ches ter had 550 tons, comprising 2345 barrels meal, flour and potatoes, 540 sacks oats( 29S sacks corn, 475 sacks bran, 10 bales hay, 500 dozen buckets, 48 hogs, 6 head cattle,3 head stock. She added 30 bales cotton, and left at five o'clock for St. Louis The Grand Lake, No. 3, passed up in the early part of the day The C B. Church came up from New Or lesn3 drawing five feet. She put off 5 hogsheads sugar, 30 sacks salt, and 3 pieces marble, and had 500 tons for above The Julia, from St. Louis, put off 240 sacks bran, 200 barrels meal, and 60 boxes crackers. She added 15 tons, and left, a'ter dark, for Vicksburg The A. J. White arrived at dark with 30 bales cotton and 38 sacks seed The Jas. D. Parker arrived in the afternoon with 300 tons freight, consisting of 819 sacks corn, 10 barrels meal, 42 barrels apples, 50 tierces hams, 146 packages iron, 10 boxes bacon, 50 packages glass ware, 150 kegs beer, 52 bales hay, 18 bales broomcorn,47 packages Blue Lick water, 20 empty hogsheads, and a lot of sundries. She returns to Cincinnati on Saturday The Great Bepublic arrived near sundown with about 2700 tons of Ireight and 65 cabin passengers. She did no business here, and left drawing ten feet The Governor Allen and barges pabsed up in the afternoon. DEPARTED. Grand Lake.Ohio river; C. B. Church, Julia, Vicksburg; City of Chester, St. Louis; Andy Buum, Cincinnati; Great Republic, New Orleans; Osceola, Witts uurg; Governor Allen, Ohio river. IN PORT. Frank Forest, James D Parker, Illi nois, Storm No. 3, A. J. White. nOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. For St Louis The Capitol City, Cap tain O'Neal, at five p.m. For Vicksburq The Illinois, Cap tain Cheek, at five p.m. For Friars Point The Phil. Allin, Captain Lee, at five p.m. For Hailes Point The Frank For rest, Captain Joplin, at five p.m. For New Orleans The Thompson Dean, Captain Miller, at five p.m. Levee ltellecilous. Thermometers ranged high up in the nictures yesterday. We priced a linen suit, but the "flggers" were too many for our wallet Big Muddy enveloped eighteen inches of the government gauge yesterday The great quantities of driftwood In tho river is becoming troublesome to steamers The Andy Baum got away for Cincinnati yester day evening. She took out eighty-five bales of cotton, which was the bulk of her load from here. Her passenger list was very good Captain J. B. Eades and daughter, and Colonel Andrews, were passengers on tho Great Bepublic j esterday. Colonel Andrews is interest ed with Captain Eades in the construc tion of the jetties at the mouth of the Mississippi The Great Repub lic had near ten thousand pack ages of way freight, and over ten tnousand packages for New Orleans The Thompson Dean has been de tained by a heavy-way business, and will not be in port till this afternoon. The Parker put off several very fine looking beef cattle, shipped by Mr.' J. M. Jamison, from Birdsville, Kentucky. It is remarkable how much more docile and easily managed the up river beef cattle are than those from below The brass band didn't play on the Parker as she came Into port yesterday. The Judge couldn't see his notes for the drift wood. The crowd on the bluffa con sisted of asolitary individual, whom some of the boys intimated must have been the theme of the judge's favorite song. In consequence of the landing being crowded with salt barges and other craft, tho Howard was compelled, night More last, to land at the wharfboat. When the wharfmaster presented his bill, Captain Pegram proposed to pay the amount, less the wharfboat charges. The wharfmaster would make no de duction, when the case went before Enquire Caldwell, who decided that the deduction sht uld be made, aud accord ingly Captain Washington, the iudefat igible agent of the Howard, paid the bill, and the wharfmasier will draw a lesson from the result of tho trial that steamboats have some rights that even wharfmastera are bound to respect The Quickstep, for White river, will be in port this morning, and will load up for a return trip to-morrow evening Mansford has received all the latest weeklies at his news emporium, corner Monroe and Second streets. River newsdealers will find attractions at Mansford'a Passengers and shippers to Vicksburg and New Orleans will find abundant accommodation in the regular Memphis and Vicksburg packet Illinois, going out this evening, connecting at Vicksburg with the Natchez for New Orleans Fishing excursions are talked of. Why not make a big thing of it, and charter a whole steamboat? A telegram from Omaha says the Katie P. Kountz passed that port yesterday con siderably delayed on account of scarcity of fuel. She has a Black Hills excur sion on board. B4SHOOB BSSIOUED, A Victim Ot you hful imprudence, causing premature de cay, nervous debility, etc.. having tried in vain every known remedy, has found a simple seL-cnre. which he wUl send free to bin fellow Rnaerera Addre J. 11. REEVES, 78 Nassau street Nw Ynrtr Weekly CONTAINS a Well-Disrestcd Summary OF THE MEWS OF THE WEEK. 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Female Com plaints, Syphilis and valuable information on other delicate subjects, sent FltKB In plain, sealed Envelope on receiptor stamp. A BOOK FOR THE MILLION! MARRIAGE A PriTa'e Cotmielor to th Married, or those aNat to marry, cn the physiological mjiterica aad r relations HB I N D U. mril W w ffl Jd9 I of theaexnal system. witH Um latestdincorvriea In the riroc of reprodoction, j)rpservia the complexion, Ac. TMj la an InterestiSft work i f aGOpagea, with nameronienjrraTinz, and eontainaTalaable information lOr those to are mxrlrl or contemplate manias: still It la a book that ought to be under lock and key, and not left carelessly about the hoaae. Sent to any one (poU paid) tot Fifty Ooti Address Dr. Botts Dispensary, Ko. Ii K.UgnUaSt SU Lonls. AND P1P3BK MArIlfG, NO W is the time to get good and cheap work done I would say to those expecting to have worlr. done in the above line, that 1 can mako It to their Interest .1 they will give me a call at 313 Main street. mb5 JON. Te Non-Resident Notice. No. 1775. In the First Chancery Court of Shel by county, lennessee. B. P. Anderson, Commissioner ol Revenue, etc., vs. Geo. 13. Peters etal. It appearing from Sheriff's return in this cause that the defendant, Geo. ii. Peters, is not to be found in his county; It is therefore ordered, That he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the urat Monday in June, isn, ana plead, awswer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and sot for heartim exparte; and that a copy of this order bo published once a week, for lour successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Ihis 29th day of April, 1S75. A copy-atttst : EDM U-NTD A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenky, Deputy C. M. John Johnston, sol. lor compl't. fr Noii-Resident Notice. No. 1717 In the First Chancery Court of Shel by county, Tennessee. B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. John H. Worley, et al. It appearing from Sheriff's return in this canse that the defendants, John S. Worley, Florence Worley and Mary.E. Worley are not to be found in his county ; It Is therefore ordered, that they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in June, 1875, and plead, answer or demnr to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, lor four suc cessive weeks in the Memphis Appeal. This 29th day of April, IS75. A copy attest : EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E.B. McHenky, Deputy c. & M. John Johnston, sol, for complainant. fr Non-U esident Notice. No. 1594 In the First Chancery Court of Shel by county, Tennessee B. B. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, etc, vs. S. Isaacs, et al. It appearing from Sheriff 's return in this cause that the defendants, G. Meysenberg, E. Mixdorf, M. Canton and M. Lipstadt, trus tee, are not to be found in his county: It Is therefore ordered, that they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in June, lb75, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This 29th day of April, 1S75. A copy ntttst: EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. & M. John Johnston, sol. lor complainant. fr Non-Resident Notice. No. 1418. In tie First Chancery Court of Shel by county, Tennessee. B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. Mrs. Ann Collins. It appearing from Sheriff's return in this cause that the defendant, Mrs. Ann Collins is not to be lound in his county; It is therefore ordered, that she make her appearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, lenn., on or before the first Monday in Juue, lfcTo, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to her and tet for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for lour suc cessive weeks, In the Memnhls Appeal. This 29th day of April, 1875. A copy attest : EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. 15. McHenky, Deputy C. & M. John Johnston, sol, lor complainant. fr Non-Resident Notice. No. 1738 -In the First Chancery Court of Shel by county, Tennessee. B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. John Scott, et al. It appearing from the bill which Is sworn to in this cause, that the defendants, John Scott and Wm. H N. Magruder, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee; It Is therefore ordered, That they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the Qr-tt Monday In June, 1875, and plead, an swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing ex- farte, and that u copy of this order be pnb isbed once a week, for four snccesslvo weeks, In the Memphis Appeal. This 29th day of April, 1875. A copy Attest: EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenky, 1 eputy V. & M. John Johnston, sul. for compl't. fr Non-Resident Notice. No. 15G5 In the First Chancery Court of Shel by County, Tennessee. E. W. McMillan et al vs. America C. Dill et al. It appearing from the bill which is sworn to lu this cause that the defendant, America C. Dill, is a non-resident ot Tennessee; that she is lnaemea iu tue vompiainani-s as fol lows: toK. W. McMillan in the sum of 8135, ev.denced by note for that amount, of date October 14, IstH, and to J. S. Richmond In the sum of 137. 6videncetf by Judgment before James Hall, J. P.. ani attachment having been issued and returned, levied, etc.: It is therefore ordered. That she make her appearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday In June, 1875. and plead, answer or demnr to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to her and set for bearing exparte, aud that a copy of this or der be published once a week, for lour suc cessive weeks, in the Memnhls Appeal. This 8th day of April, 1875. A copy-attest: EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, D. C. and M. M.D. Welch, sol. for compl'L ap9 fr TBUSTSE'S OF . UfHipniO WATER WMS 1 ii mmi it UHUUI I EfHER-KAH, Tho Memphis WaterCompany i Tf made IUf deed, on the 2ithof January, LS72. by which said company cinpyvti ;-trie ! undersigned, as Trustees, and oue JiintM L. t W'nrlVt Inhn hno raunuil lit, Trtlktiuulilti 1.11 the franchise, rights and prlvllewi granted to inesaiu water company oy aci or iiih legis lature of the State of Tennessee, phkm-iI Febru ary 2s, 1S70, incorporating said C-miany, to gether with all the lands, houses, v. el !-, pumps, machinery, pipes aud other prorerty of said Company, real and personal, now in iMwsessnn of. and all which may herealter U acquired by said Company, and also all the income which said Company may hereafWr receive, acquire or become entitled to recei ve from the city of Memphis, nnder aud by virtue of a contract made and entered Into bet ween the said city of Memphis and the said company, on the l.stu of January, 1S72, the said convey ance being to secure the payment of the prin cipal and interest of six hundred thousand dollars of the bonds of said Compauv; and Whereat, by reason of the default oi mid Com pany In paying the Interest on snid bonds, the same have become due and pay:lhf , according to the provisions of salddeed.aii'! rfqut""! hav ing been made upon the underi-iiiej, now Uie only Trustees, by a majority In Interest of the said bondholders to exooSH the siiiil nrnnortv to sale according to the terms ,i -Hid deed, we I win, tncrerore. as Trustees, in consideration ol the premises, on the 20th day or Maj, 1875, between the hours of 10 a m. and 2 p.m., in front of the oiliceof said Company, in the city of iiempnis, offer for sale, and sell for cash, to the highest bidder, the said property, tor the benefit of the bondholders so secured by the said deed, as aforesaid. Equity of redemption Is waived by said deed. This the 13th day of March. IS75. F. S. DAVIS, T. R. FARNS WORTH, ohl7 Trustees. Trustee's bale. BY virtue of a deed of trust executed to C. W. Johnson and myself, as trustees, (au thorizing eltuer ol us to carry out anu exe cute the provisions of the same) on the second day of September, 1872, bv Joseph Alden, and which is recorded in book jsn. s, on page ISC, of the records of deeds of trust, mortgage, ! contracts, In the office of the Clerk or tne Chancery Court of DeSoto county. State ol Mississippi, to secure a certain indebtedness therein named, I will sell, as trustee only, at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, ut Alden Station, In DeSoto county, Mississippi, onTnfsdny, ihe llili Iay or May, lS. between the hours ol two and three o'clock, p.m., the following described property, viz.: All of section eleven (11), township two (2), range eight (8), west, except a strip of land to run from north to south entirely across the eastern side ot said section, to contain two v"dre acres, the same being one hundred polee or thereabouts; and also excepting the follow ing described lands: Beginning at a point where the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad crostes the north boundary line of said sec tion eleven; running thence west to the northwest corner of said section; thence south with the western line of said section to the center of the section line road where it crosses the Mississippi and Tennessee rail road south of the McCain houses; thence east lnthecenter of said road to the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad; thence north with said railroad to the beginning; the tract to be sold being all purchased by said Joseph A.', den from T. P. Manning, by deeds dated De cember 21, lists, and May 12, 1870. The right of redemption Is waived In said trust deed, and the title is believed to be good. 8. L. MOORE, Trustee. Memphis, April 19, 1875. United States jlarshal's Sale. No. 805. In the District Court of the United States for the District of West Tennessee It. A J. Watson vs. steamboat Eliza For, etc. IN compliance with an order of sale Issued to me in tho above entitled cause from the United States District Court, District West Tennessee, I will, at lu o'clock a.m., on Friday, May 14, 1875 from the doors of tho United States Court house, 450 Main street. Memphis, Tennesoee, offer lor sale and ell to the highest bidder, for cash, the steamboat Kllza. fox, etc., her engines, machinery, tackle, apparel aud fur niture. This 3d day of May, 1--75. myl L. B. KATON, li. S. Marshal. -OF- Yalnable Personal I'ropcrty orCorivin's European Hotel and Restaurant. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV- N That by virtue of an order or sale to me irecled from the Honorable First Chan cery Court or Shelby county, Tennessee, I wl 1, on Muuildj, the lOth day ot May, 1875, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m.. In the Ayres' block, No. 274 "coud street, Mem phis, Tenressee, proceed to sell, and con-tinu- from day to day till llulshed, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following de- soribad prupurty, to-wit: Dining ,oom furniture, filver plated ware and china, chamber furniture, beds, bedding and carpets, bar-room fixtures aud furnltuie, kitchen urnlture, including three ranges andutensiU, liquors, crockeryware, etc., one iron safe, two desks, one counter, one clock, one vase and one elegant mirror, and various other articles used in said business. Levied on as the property of defendant, Isaac Uoruin and others. Sale to commence promptly it 10 o'clock a.m. Memphis, 1th day of May, 1875. C. L. ANDERSON, Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn. By W. D.Cannon, D. s. 11. Clay King, H. . Hill, M. Gregory, attor neys for plaintiff. my5 Trust Sale. BY virtue of the terms of a trust deed to me executed by W. Bouit, on the 30th day of J nne, 1874, to secure the payment of a certain note of same date due at eight mom lis, and more fully described In said trust deed to me as trustee, which is of record ic the Register's office of Shelby connty. Tennessee, in deed book No. 103, page 259, 1 will on , Thursday, May 13, 1875. within legal hours, at the storehouse of Stew art and Chamberlin, In the First District of Shelby countv, Tennessee, sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, lor cosh, the real tstate set out and described In sMd trnst deed, as follows : Being in the First Civil District of Shelbv county, Tennessee, near the Tipton and Shelby county line; beginning at a stake on Hosier's south line, the northeast corner of the land herein described; thence southward ly 38.50 chains ; thenco westwardly 22 chains; thence northwardly 33.50 chains; thence east wardly 22 chains to the beginning; containing 84 acres, more or less. Equity of redemption Is waived. Title believed to be good, hut I convey as trustee only. April 8th, U75. apS JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, TrnsUe. CHAWCERY SALE -OF- HFLEjXj SSTATS, On Saturday, May 8, 1875. No. 8G0. In tho Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. O. M. Alsop. ad ministrator of L. F. Coulter, deceased, vs. F. E. Coulter et al. BY virtue of a decree for sale, entered in the above cause, I will bell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the Memphis and Louisville railroad uepot, In Bartlett, Shelby county, Tennessee, on Saturday, May 8, 1875, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wlt: In district No. 7. and beginning at a stake from which north 73 east 12 links to a black oak marked P & B., the northwest corner or Pillo- & Braashaw's 580 acre tract; thence south 80 chains and 10 links to a stake and ile.tM (-'oslo;i,c pointer In John Kenueday'.s lane; ilnnct. west lu chains to a stake and blackgu'ii marked I. K .poplar aud sweetgum Kinters, aid Kcnneday'n nrtuett corner; thence iw.rth with the east Hue of George Dougheii', 's MJito acre tract AO cualns and 10 links to 'i stake, said Hougherty's northeast corner; wence east 10 chains to the beginning. Also, one other tract adjoining the above, and bounded thus: Beginning at a degweod marked I". B.; thence west 37 poles to a slake 20 lluks ta.st of an elm marked E.; thenc south 217 i '.'Irs to a stake 10 links north ot a lnckorj marked E.. hickory and sweetgnm poiuteis; i hence east 37 oles to a stake in fcd dlugs li-r : thence north217 poles to the be ginning Onto' tiie above dower has been assigned which is described as fulioivN: 9 18-1CO acres land lu --ctlon 3, raue 0 of 11th surveyor district a id in the 7th ci 11 district of Shelby county, Tennesoee: Beginning at tho north east comer of the tract out ot which the dower vrs to be taken, a stake 12 links south 72" west of a blackoak marked II., with mul berry, whlteoak and hickory polnt-rs; run ning tlit uce west 3 chains to n stake with sweetguni, whlteoak, dogwood and hickory pointers: thence south 2o4 chains to syca more ami hornbeam pointers; thence east 'iy chains to the east line, a stake with horn beam, sweetgnm and poplar pointers; thttnee north 2(i chains to the beginning, for timber laud, and 35 12-110 acres of ame tract: Begin ning al a stake where the east lice crosses the center of the Raleigh and Somervllie road. 33 4-10 chains from its southeast corner, and running thence south 804o west along the Raleigh and Somervllie road 20 chains; thence south It chains and 15 links to a stake In a ditch, with sweetgum, elm, cherry, dogwood and wbiit-oak pointers; thence east 19 chains aud 70 links to a stake In a road; thence north 19)6 chains to the place of beginning, includ ing the residence and other Improvements. The property outside of the dower, and the remainder Interest in the dower, will be sold separately. Surveys of same will be made und tiled before the hale. Terms of Sale One-fourth cash ; balance In seven an .twelve mouths,purcnaser executing notes with approved security, bearing six per cent. Interest; Hen retained; equity of re demption barred. This April 13, 1875. M. D. L. S tEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. Mallery, D. C. and M. Wilson Beard, sols. lor compl't. ap!4 Administrator's Notice. M EMpniB, Tenn., April 22, 1875. ALL persons are hereby notified that we have been legally appointed administra tors of Virgil V. Moore, deceased. Parties having claims against the estate of said Moore, or the late arm of Lane, Moore A Co , are requested to probate them and Hie the are requesieuj i v nnwillw l i.v law or tbW win 5e f orever barred. All per- khio llrm of Lane, Moore & Co , are requested snipui'""' . vlhlr in.iBhti,,- locouieii""" .-v ----- --7----v,. a sivunvu Jai-SUEPUERO, Administrators. ap22 PKIVATJt Medical Dissjsatsrp. Sso. 17 JeilertMm Str?f Between Main and Front Kow, UeVfiKi T8.-SS Kttabllfthed in im. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged oy all par ties Interested, as by far the -no waeeam ful Physician lu the tr-.meuio. private ot secret disease. Quick, thorough and pensa nent curbs guaranteed In every cas, male ot female. Recent casoaof Gonorrhea anu Syph ilis is cured In a few days, without the m ol mercury, change of diet, or .hindrance front business. Secondary Syphilis the last vestltce eradicated w ihout the use of mercury, in voluntary loss of semen stopped la a short time. Sufferers from lmpotency or lo o sexual power restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of aeif-abuse and exNSfttv venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and low of physical and mental jsjwer. peedlly and permanently cured. Cancers ad old sores cured In a short time. Particular attention pId to the Diseases C Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat ui'i l.uug Disease curod by'aew remodlts. Al it ' .n- . uns strictly confidential. Medicines Ht-iii by express to all parts of th country. Oiflce hoars from 8 a.m. to 9 pan. Suod&va from 3 to 5 p.m. apUa D.a. IOHNSON. M.D. CHANGER'S SALE -OF No. 1175, K. First Chancery Court ot Shelby county Angelina Stanley et al vs.Chas.M. Murphy. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in the above cnuso on the 4th day of February, 1875, 1 will sell, at public auction, to tne highest bidder. In Hunt of the Clerk and Master's office, new coarthooss building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Monday, May 10, 1875, within legai noum, in following .-wrthd property, situated In Shelby connty, Tennes see, and In the city of Memphis, to-wlt : Beginning rt a stake on the north Una o4 Linden street 50 feet east of the northeast In tersection of Main and Linden street, thence east on Linden street HO feet, thence north parallel with Main street 150 feet, thence west 60 feet, thence south 150 feet to the place 04 beginning. Terms of Sale One third cash, balance on a credit of six, twelve and eighteen monthv notes with approved surety required, etc. This April 7th. 1875. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. Humes A Poston, attorneys. an8 CHANCERY SALE OK No. 931, R. Sarah D. Mercer, et al vs. J. V. McCoilum, et al.-First Chancery Court oi Shelby county. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale entered In the above cause, on the HU day el April, 1S73, I will sell, at publle auction, to the highest bidder, lu front of the oourthotwe. Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, May 15, 1ST5, Within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wit: - A houe and lot in Memphis, being the mid dle tenement f the three brick houses oa Shelby street, beginning at a point ou west side of Shelby street, 26 feet south from the southwest corner of Shelny and I'outotoc stree's; thence south on Shelby street 30 feet; thence west 200 feet to Clinton street; thenea north 30 feet; thence east 2u0 feet to tho be ginning, in blOTk 12, parts of lots 6 and 7, formerly owned by F. Lane. Also another lot on Auams street, in the city of Memphis, be ginning ou the south side of said street at a point 4s feet east of intersection of Adams and Lauderdale streets; thence east along Adams street 05 feet; thence southwardly USli tfel loan alley ; thence westwardly along the alley t feet; thence northwardly 148H feet to the beginning, being lot 2 of the sub division and partition between Pryor and the heirs of J. B. Mercer, deceased. The Adams street lot will be sold first. rermsofsale: One-third cash, balance oa a credit of 9 and 18 months, notes with ap proved security and Hen retained to f ecaro balance of purchaso money. April 22, 1875. EDMUND A. COLE. Clerk and Matter. Jarnagln A Frayser and W. D. Stephens, snla. CHANCERY SALE -OF- Real Esta,te, On Saturday, May 15, 1H75, No. 651. John H. Lenow vs. Josephine Coch rane et al. In the Second Chancery Court of bhelby county, Tennessee. BY virtue ol an order of .-ale made in this cause, on the 27th day of March, 1875, min ute book (J, page 6.S, I will sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, within lexal Hours, in fiont of the door of the county courthouse, corner Main and Poplar streets. Memphis. Tennessee, on Satnrday, May 15, 1875, the following described real estate, to-wlt. Situate, lying aud being iu the connty ol Shelby, and State of Tennessee, being part o section 4, range 4, and bounded and described as beginning at Jesse Brlley's northwest cor ner, on J. B. Home's east line; thence east 25 40-100 chains to a stake ; thence north 13 SO-MX chains to a stake; thence east 10 chains to a stake; thence north 45 S) 100 chains to a stake thence west 28 15-1G0 chains to a stake; thenea south 3920-100 chains to a stake; thence easi 2 bO-ICO chains to a stake; thence south 1: chains to a stake in dear creek ; thence south 4 50-100 chains to the beginning, containing in all 117 55-100 acres, as appears by a plat and survey made by John Brown, surveyor, in December, 1866. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven and twelve months, purchaser executing notes with approved security fcr deferred pay ment; lien retained; equity ol redemption barred. This March 29, 1875. M. D. Lu STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. MaUery, D. U. and M. T. B. M.con, sol, for compl't. mh33 CM JJlMCIS Kg je AM3 -OF- 3R. eal IE32t!,t. On Saturday, May 29, 1875. No. 578. B. J. Eddins vs. Mat. Shelby. In tbe Second Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee. BY virtue of an order of sale made in this cause on the 19th February, 1875, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the county courthouse, corner Main and Poplar streets, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, May 29, 1875, within legal hours, tho leasehold interest in a certain lnt of ground lying and being la She by county, Tennessee, and In the city o4 Memphis, bounded and described as follows: Commencing on the northwest corner of lot 4, block 32, on the south side of Hullng street; thence eastwardly with the south line of said street 29 feet; thence southwardly 150 feet; thence westwardly 'Si feet to the west lineol said lot o. 4.; thence north waruly IM to the beginning, together with the improvements thereon. I Inn April 27. 1875. Terms Cash. i . 1.. -UKWAKr, Clerk and M(r. By ".!.. Ma.lery, D. C. and M. J. E. Blgelow, for romplt' Non-Residen& If tier. No. 1578. In the First Chancery Coui t ot s-.el- by county, Tennessee K. P. Abdeisoa, Commissioner of Revenue, etc, v .Vnu Ferrell. It appearing from the bill which hi sworn to iu this cause, that the defendant Wm. Ferrell Is a nou-resluent of the state 01 Ten- nesfcee; It is therefore ordered, that he ioa.-- his aupearance herein, ut the courthouse the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the- ttrst Monday In June, 1875, and plei'd, answer or demur to complainant's bill, 01 ttu- sum will be taken for confessed as to him an l set for hearing exparte, anil that a copy ot this order be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Thls2jth day of April. 1S75. A copy attest: EDMUND A.'OLK. C.erk and MM ?r. By E. B. McKknky, Deputy C. M. John Johnston, sol. for complainant. tr Non-ttesideut Notice. No. 1771. In the First Chancery Court 'f Shel by county, Tennessee B. P. An.irsoo, Commissioner of Revenue, etc vs. Jiim Ix. Mullord et al. It appearing from Sheriff's return in this cause that the defendants, John II Mulford, Samuel H MnllorJ, O Lederle and Georse Elphiugstone, are not to be louud in his county; . it .s tnerelore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, H the courthouse in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, os or before the nrst Monday in J nne, 1875, and plead, answer or demur to complainant bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a wet, for lour successive weeks, in the M emphla Appeal. This2sth day April, 1875. A copy Attest: EUJi UND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenky, Deputy C. &. M. John Johnston, sol. for complainant. fr Trustee's Sale. Y virtue of a trust deed made by J. K. Gril office, book 91. page 352. to secure MlBor Mrri wether ami others In the payment or certain rent notes, taxes etc., therein named, I will, on halnrday, 15U1 Way, l75, at 12oeJoel5 In front of the premises, 37 Jefferson street. Memphis, sell for ash, to the highest bidder, the building fcr'ueriy known as Brooms Operahoox), tog. ier with the learenofcl o the ground oa w3tf 'h it stands, explrina Octo ber 1,1878. Par"! ser takes suWeet to Ute ob ligations of Uta t iase. Title perfect, hat convey only a trtuK-e. apU JAMES A. ANDER8OS, Xna D