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TF MEMPHIS jl A.ILY APPEAL STTTSTOA-Y, MARCH 5 1876.
FINANCE AND TBADE.
Money abounds but tloea not circu
late. The bnk8 find their deposits In
creasing, but basinets larjguUbts. This
gliding of money which ought to be to
trade what the stp la to the pUnt Into
tha recesses of the btnkp. li a Istnenta
L'fi feiture cf the times. Bhould we
r-Intcreenbaeksby the million It would
no more help business than dots the
g.ll new lyiQg In the Btecfc Hills, If the
m l Iocs must He unproductive in the
lank?. There ia Hi tie application for
money, which the banks are glad to loan
al li i-er oent. ircnanee la firm at
diiunt balog and J premium selling
ca ftetf lone; on ew uric ids ouyiog
1 discount, and helling at par. The
t-t 1? of exchance wm only moderate.
v. haiichi demuud for it: the a lie of
.J0 baled ot cotton on ridy fore-
c :owb gteiter plenty. Scrips aid
6".jck were Inactive, but the 1S75 Mem
djU tax serin continues to occupy attoi
ilis, and tue rate Is eiill untetiled, but
qu.!aio3 iMKing rawer lower man
was tHlimatt-d me day L:ore. anu we
ett tbem at buying and 90 silling,
L-jt 8vrral buodtxlssold al Gold
wts Hi in New ork and 113 in Mem
P'j:. Tne bauke have noslved a treasury
irj'.Ie from Washington, lcfjrmlng
tnem that ttiey, and not tne treasury,
mutt, lor tue lu nre, piy tne express
cnirgee on paokHga ui muuuted small
currency Hint to Washington forredemp
V. .a, tLd on the new currency sent in
rc'.-rn for if. To rottt thl Increased
expense the banks will here aft sr charge
a dbcount of J per ant on u.I mutilated
currency put into their hand) for re
d inr tloa. Ab we shall soon have silver
c-ange Inetoad of "chicken stair," the
diax-u jt will not have to be submitted
to fcr long. White it does last, how
ever, it will have the efle:t cf checking
t n asnuirg of mutilated small notes to
Washington for exchange inta new
mtfs We shall therefore have au
n-nouit of d r:y tatleru and of ''mtll
) ox abomination" to handle that will be
c!is justing, and the t lT-ct will be that the
clear, shining, silver, tlmkiag coins will
be most heartily welcomed when they
come along.
jsuying.
...8I9J
....J6$t
Setting.
70672
W -
Mcmph'stax scrip
Mempb s lax scrip, 1S75
nan y warrant .
.76.572 71-aTS
h ji:o warrant.
Arkansas btale scrip
7ua73
Tub cotton market yesterday re
tained the brighter influences of the
day befoie and added to them, for Liv
erpool advanced JJ, and New Orleans
1. There was a good Inquiry, especial
ly for 1 3W cottous fairly tree from dmt.
These were held with considerable firm
ness, and the purchases were principally
of qualities below low middling. The
opinion that cotton will steadily advance
from this time is very prevalent, but
next week It is thought that ooata
which are returning from Mardi Or as
excursions will take with them loads of
cotton that will swell the receipts. A
rece"pt here cf S030 bales yesterday a
5
nars to confirm this expectation
will bs observed that, for the flint time
tbld s awn.our stock is mncb above that
of the two or three previous years at
this teon. The events of tne past two
dayj, howeve-, show that a little per
manent LrJeuiealne of the cotton pros
pect would soon bring down the stock
fleurea. The market closed with con-
tiJerjble bouyaiey. Quotations at the
Memphis cotton exchange were as ful
lowi:
Tt&cr&ay
Dan Mart.
Oood ordltiary,
Low tniadilnz.
uii ' Jiie.
tic 1 M.litnz
gll-
812-
13-
. au
-rI2-
-Sl3-
WJJdUDg fair,
3"-
Oil
Market quiet; sales were 2000, of all
of winch spinners took 1000 bales, ex
porters 900 ba'ei, speculator 100 bales.
Djsty cottons quote 58c: stained.
7i"ai0o Pr'r-e of middling same time
laitye&r, 15 9 lCi.
COTTON STATEMENT.
j(75 1871 5. 1573-4.
g.c3 l.Oafi 2.172
Received yesterday-
112.7U) 25LV29 3j1,3S
Hhlpped ytrdiy IJ16 Mis ,vss
VO'at 8K OsS 110,945 30U5X
Stock , , TSIW M,U0
ImvortA. M. &C R. R.. 335; M. & T.
R. R . S50: U. & N. G. 8 R It., 121;
M. iL'R R. W., 125; steamers, 2029;
es'imated per wagons and other sources,
Export. M. & C R R , 285; M. & T.
R. It. 335; L. & N. G R. R R , 493;
bv roil north. 781 : by rail south, 335.
lie following are the official tele
grams of the condition of the domestic
markets aa received at tne cation ex
change:
Lnleu , Kate oj He- Price
Ttltgra-Ki. Mark ft. 'ce'U. ,8"let. Middling.
UiCvoMnn Firm, j 1,151 2,075 12
NewOrl'ns Firm. I 3SW O.OfO 12
Mobile F.rm. s-7 2U) UHWyt
bavannah Slewl;. 7(9 W) 12 1 la
Chanestou. Mrmer. 6)6 !,2U( Mk
Wllmlnefni Unlet, i 5S Itri 12
Norlolk 1 Firm. I 1.27S H7 11
Baltimore. Firm. , 1 12k
New York- Firm. at ia 12
Bistoa. . Firm. Wt SJ5i 12'i
Fhi.a'lphlB Firm. 71
BU LoqU Finn, i 100
Angnrta F.rm. 312 W ll'jgll
xestcrdoy's New York closing tele
gram reports: Ordinary, 9 1-16 j; good
ordinary, 10 9-lCc; low middling,
11 13 16c; middling, lfc. Price of
middling same time last Year, 16Jc
Sales, 238 lales. Rcelpt, 672 balea;
bo far this week, 672 bales. The tone
of the market at 10:05, generally held
higher; 12:40. firmer, not quotably
higher; 2:30, firmer.
klw following are the closing rato3 in
New York futures for yesterday and the
day bef re:
TrHTERDAT. DAT UErOBK.
March
Arrtl
Hy
Jnne
Jn:y
Angnwt ,
12 IS 16
13 1-32
U 11-3S.13
is-J
IllHll 1-32
,12 ll-16al2j;
'i2;;ai2 is i3
!l3i;13 9-16
jl3 Tl&aUK
dabs 15,500; tone of market at 10:15,
firm; 10:25 barelysteady; 12:10, eteady;
12:55, stiady; 2:10. firm.
New Orleans yosteiday quoted mid
dling 1-5 ; at the close, against 15 3 at
the tame time last year; receipts, 38S6
La'-; thus far this week, 3S96; sale,
11,850 The market was firm all day and
closed active.
Yesterday's Liverpool closing tele
gram reports: Uplands, 6 3-1CJ;, Orleans,
6 J; sales, 12,000 baits, of which 7900
were American. Rtcclved, 17,900 balea,
of which 1400 were American. The
price of middling same time last year,
7 15-lSd. Tho market was active and
fi'mer.
The Liverpool market for arrivals
was steady at noon; at 1:30 active and
firmer; at 3:20 quieter, ilarch deliveTy,
Havaunah or Charleston, l.m.c, 6 3 10J;
March and April ditto. 6 5 3?d; May and
June, ditto, 61-32(SGJd and C 5-1 Gd, and
0 ll-32S,6i1; June and July, ditto, 6 5
161 and 0 13-32d; July and August, dit
to, C-d.
Gold in New York closed at 114; tame
time last year, 115.
The movement at all the porta was re
ported as follows:
1 TQli .
Week. 1
same Time
Last Year.
Week.
" 8.1 58
Reo'u !nce F"y
Exp'uG. Britain
CxptoGonUnl
10(
11 M
CMS
531,
6Ty),635
. 8
71M
2WH
130
75143
clock .
The troddce exchanqe was visited
by very pleawtnt company yeetenlsy
morning, bu very slender arrivals of
produce did not admit of great activity,
neither did the state or the demand
cU4o regret for the restricted cflrings.
CornU etlll ir quired tor and with a
s' lr.r feeling, but 11c shell was offering;
there was a eale of 102 sacks ear coin at
41c OaU were held at 43c, at which
there were no buyers. Bran was not
seen on 'chtnge, but lota are selling in
stcro at $14; a lot of 60 sacks of corn
bran was on the market, held at S'3
Jliy was very heavy for lower
qaal.Uee; a car load of common
pra'rlp, small biles, sold at $6.
Conx.ncal was bb hewy and as dull
as usual at S2 35 a bstrei. Potatoes are
deeper in thestough than ever. A feel
ii g of panic is getting among holders,
and they wilt make eacrlficcs to onload.
We hear of ta es of russets, rising in the
aggregate to hundreds, at 702 a barrel.
A Urge yield and an uninterruptedly
open r vrhave been more than potatoes
c;uditard aca'nst. A small lot of CO
barrels russet1 brcujht 95c. PeachblDws
ate relatively scarce, but borne down by
the low prl?M of other qualities; they are
cirtring at $1 25
THE GENERAL MARKET Was doing
grme hu-lnees, and the Saturday boats
carried rll'a fair amount of merchandise
r.nt to fill orders given on Matdl Gra.
Egjs were unchanged atl3j; finglo
pacta;es. 14-;; sale of 1700 dozen to a
speculator at 12c Chickens were again
dull and heavy et S2 75S3 for Inferior
and roosters; medium to good mixed,
S3 2 ;.4; hons, SlftA 5 according to
alza Knd freshness Oeae were not offer
ing: nominally IGgQ; ducks nominally
$4 05. Turkey sold at S10&18; fine
cobblers wculd r robably bring $18; small
bra ne&vy on the market. J-eanuts are
offering, but tbero Is so demand far
them: they are nominally at 4; for red
and 5fil5lc for white. Stcett totaloes
are In good request fcr seed at $2
2 'Jo, and Louisiana at 5 60 a n arret.
Live tlock has an easy market for
cattle, with a plentiful supply, which
slU at for crazing: cornfed, 3i(3i
Jjc Calves are In demand at 55Ta l0 per
bead. Cows with calves saxaHU, and
dull. Inferior sheep are scarce, and aro
not wanted: there is a good supply of
cornfea at 56jc gross. Hogs are lower,
but firm at the decline: we quote OiOy.c.
Beeswax, Ii527c. Tallow. 8a. Wool, as in
condition, 16f10c. Beef hides, as in
weight; flint, 1415o; dry salted,
uxaHc: green saiteu, o'nc: grean, o
7c; upper prices for heavy, whish
ro scarce in receipt DeersKin, dry.
2530;; green, nominal: sheepskins,
as in wool, 2oc(3)f 1 25, Vlth tu-.h aa
command ovr 50 j scare. Butler,
iufericr. Jncludinic commou white.
sob: m-dium, aatSos: cnoice, sra30,
B-.ef forrqoarfera said at 3ij53: hind
quarters', 67c; sheep. 610s. Hogs
cuy uressi, lUi. voal oil. lbWiac. Vol
lon-tetd, $Spr ton. Cotton yarns So.
400,lGl6c;500 1414Jc;60U, 1212Jo;
00. 1UM104C. Mommy. In stole. 51 75.
Building material is quiet, quoting lor
itoeedaie cement. S- 'lo; ijoutavuie. si: Zo:
Roman, $S; plaster, $3; kiln brick, $11
12 a thouaimd; fire brick, $1 a hundred.
lurpenltne quotes 44j: raw linseed oil.
tins; boned, tjj; wnue leaf, iu(a)nc,
Trie following are tne merchants' whole
sale cash prices, as npoitod by the
chamber of commerce:
r LOUrv Ktcauv: auDerfine. II 7SB5: don,
bib extra. 1. 25ctS 75: tieble extra. SiiOG fti-
cboletr. H avg7 7o; raocy, 8SBS 50 per bui.
w.iacAu-aieaay; juin-urled, tz m per
UUI.
CORN Firm: mixed. JSiMS:: white. 7a
tie per bash.
OVTH-tiulet; mixed, GQifrs; white, 35ic;
uti , - .... . .i..
UAY Demand llctit: choice wentern. K0,a
lnuni,iiun ; muw, iuj(is per von.
dauu.i ipaciLrai urouuasi, liwuxz; su
car-enred bams, UKaiLo.
D. H. MKATS Illifher: Khonldsra. BVffi9V.e
Ioqk clear sldM.12Xl2.1c: clear rib ldH.i2j4C ;
duar ilde. l?,c; bauiH. llc; meea pork,
t2l;rcm3ed pork. 21; paczxdc blsher.
iAA.ni rum; id uercw, uc; iu Kegs, njc;
uau uirrem. iiSC! PaI". ')C.
Lc; paiir, i,c.
.egs, (I tOtfl W; half barrels,
rim r .r
5a373.
BAL.1NQ STOFFB Firm: bacclnir. 2 and
Z4 rc, gl34c; bating twine, llQUJc; Iron
uv, ay.ijtyua; pieced lies, j;4tic.
MACKEltEL, Hlgbej h-Jf bbU., No. I, 93
m m; can ddiim aon. fi tssb: nan ddibo.
i k,;J ,'n j&i'vi &s3; ' 2' "
i.j?..1.. 9. . "...
1 . aVlUS. Lr.X J
WHITE FWU-Hair bbls 13 SOfifi 75.
(XJFFEE Ilizber: ordlnatv. "Oka21c: fair.
21 321tc : good, 22322,' ,c ; prime, Jc ; choice 1c ;
javn, obc.
uramary to choice. GsSKc per lb,
BUaR-LOOl4tANA Inhhdu, Orm: fair
Jie; rally rlr, 8c; prlrno. sjic; choice, 8ic:
lr, 8c; prtrno. sjic; choice, SKc;
d,t;i9I0c: white clarlflod, 1053
rrell, ic higher.
KFINKD -standard A, lie;
follow ciannea,:
le per lb.; barrel
aOOAK RKF
crashed. llJ12c; granulalod and powdered,
JlOuAdSEd Hleady; common. 40c: fair.
t5a-5c; prime, 52nlc; etrlcUy prime, KQilc;
ihiic cuuico. ou&ojc per gau
ox Hura uimmoD 10 iancy,iucsl per eai.
CHEEHK Western. 12al3We Derlb
HALT UoiXKe and common One. 8170.31 75: 1
dairy, ia bbl, 32 7593; Liverpool coarse, sacks
tl 3031 43; Liverpool fine, backs, 51 6531 75
per uui.
tniAf lusein ana uerman, aasxo per lb.
CANDLES Boxes, lull weluht. IBalGMcil
half box, full welKbt, leKJc; quarter box,
lun weigni, naity,a per id.
HTAUCH 5c perlb.
WHI8KY-cM per gal.
ijixi r ti yi mi per uoi.
CEMENT-
-ioaisvuie, i 20; iwweaaie,
per bbl.
irurMrwo 1 wn pdttii . i
pw uui, lemuaa per oox, jj; oranges per
box, 815035; potatoes Fecublows, II 50al 73;
early rose, Jl 253 1 9: early Moodrlcb, SI 75'i
1 90; U U, f22 23; rusHHtH, tl 20al 40: plok-
nyex. 22.n2 23: onions. S232 25: kraut, barrels.
S-itOJtt); Krant, hair barrels, $333 25; beans, per
bushel. t!60al 75; dried apples, 6Sc; dried
peaches, 9310c.
MISCELLANEOUS Null?,
ter keir. M.a
3 10; vinegar, pergatlon, 13S25o; tobacco, per
lb, 48cffltl; spice, 18g20e; pepper, 203220; sar
dines, 115 60 3I8; oysters, 1 lb. 853J0c; oysters,
2 Itr. 1653175; coal oil, 17lSc; matches,
$3 7537; cotton rope, 20c; grass rope, 12k
11c; powaer, tecx, m o; hqoi, paienr, 12 1!
250; soda, kegs, 535c: goda, cases, 63SXC.
MONEY MARKETS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW ORLEANS, March
banks were closed to-day.
The
LONDON, Match 4. Consols for
money, 943-16; on account, 94 5-16; 5-20j
of 1665, 106; 5 203 of 1567, 104J; 10 40i.
1061; new fives, 106i; Erie, 16; Erie
preferred, 31; New York Central, 104.
NEW YORK, March 4. Money easy
at -4Wo per cent. rTimo mercantile pa
per, 4j()b per cenr. uuetoms receipts,
f4bU,Uw tne assistant treasurer dis
bursed S387.000 Uleanngs, S44 000.000.
Gold opened 114, advanced to 114, di-
olined to 1I4J, ana recoveiea at tne
cloae to 114J. Rites paid for csrrying
were 3 j, 3, 4 and par cent. Uovern.
ment oonus dull rut ste&dy; cou
pons of 1881, 1232; do. 1S65, 118; do.
1B35, new, UMi; do. ibo7, 121s; do.
'68,123;; new fives. 1183; 10-403, recu
lar, 1183; coupons. 11SI: currency 6), 127
State securities quiet and nominal;
Tennessee 6a, old, 42; Tennessee
6s, new, 40; Virginia, old, 36; Vir
ginia new, 37; Missouri 6a, 104&
Railroad bonds were dull acd Bteidy iu
the late afternoon dealings eer.y in
the day the transactions' were small, and
n some Instances a slignt decline toos
place. In Toledo and Wabash 3ec
onds advanced 1, and the St. Leu is di
vision 1 per cent., as compared witb yes
terday's closing puces, uiocrs were
heavy and lower throughout the day,
and the market closed active and weak.
Pacific Mail declined to 23 and closed
at23i; Western Unitlon fell off to 691;
Lakedhore declined to 624; Northwest-
ernto42S; preferred ditto to 641; Rock
Island to 110; Ohioa to 20; KrJetol7;
and Micntcan uentrai to i04. in a lew
Instances tneio was a fractional recovery
at the close. In St. Paul shares at the
close, sales of both common and pie
ferreu were mane at a silent recoverv.
Atlantic and Pacific telegraph sell
down to 1SJ1SJ; Missouri Pacific firm,
acd advanced to 13. Transactions at
the stock exchange aggregated 184X00
share, of which 5166 were Erie, 50,000
Lake Shore. 5300 Northwestern. 2009
Rock Island. 52,375 Pacific Mail. 14,000
St. Paul, 2250 Ohios, 44 700 Western
Union, and 1300 Atlantic and Pacinc.
The closing quotations were as follow:
western union teieerapn, by; i'a-
cifio Mail, 23J; Adams Express compa
ny, 106; Webs & Fargo's Express com
pany, 87; American Express com
pany, 63 ; United States Express compa
ny, 74; riew Yoik Central, 115; .brie,
17i;Eriepreferrcd.32;Harlem,l42: Har
lem preferred, 134; Michigan Central.GOi;
union r'acinc stock, 07: Lisse enore,
62; Illinois Central, 102 ; Pitteburg,
94 J; Northwestern common, 42 J;
Northwestern preferred, 64; Cleve
land, Columrus, Cincinnati and In
dianapolis, 50; New Jersey Central,
107; Rock Island, 110; St. Paul, 422;
St, Paul preferred, 79; Wabash, 103i;
Wabash preferred, 109; Ff. Wayne, 103;
TerreBaute, 5; Terre Haute preferred,
19; Unicago and Alton, lUlj; unicago
and Alton prefer'd, 107J; Ohio and
Mississippi, 2CJ; Indiana Central, 4;
Chicag', Burlington and Quincy, 18;
Hannibal and St. Joseph, 18 ; Delaware
and Lackawanna, 118; Atlantic and
Pacific telegraph, 18; Central Pacific
bonds, 105 j; Union Pacinc bonds, 105 j;
Cnlon Pacific land grants, 103; Union
Pacific sinking fund, 91 g; Mariposa, 107;
32; Missouri Pacific, 112; Atlantic and
f acme preferred, imj.
DRY HOODS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. March 4. The pack
age trade is moderate and jobbers more
active. Cotton goods steady in first
hands, but Irregular with Jobbers. Prints
continued unsettled. Arnold's fchirtiog
prints closed out to a largo jobbing bouse,
and are selling at six centd. Merrimack
and Arnold s fancy prints reduced to
seven cents. Dre-s goods in steady de
mand. Woolens quiet.
COFFEE MARKETS.
BY TELEGRAPH.
RIO JANEIRO. March 3. Coffee-
good Rio, first, 6359J rels per 1C0
kilos. Market quiet and prices main
tained. BAr tots, iiarcn 3 rue colfte mar
ket is quiet and prices maintained: supe
rior Santos, 5657 rels per 100 kilo
grammes. FROULIE MAH
BY TELEGRAPH.
LOUISVILLE, March 4 Flour quiet
Wheat, $1 16ffil 25. Core choice white
and mixed, 45c OaU, 374"2c Hay
dull, 15. Provisions very strong, with
an upward tendency. Pork, S23. Bulk
meats. 9, 12.1512.25c, 12Jc. Bacon, 10,
13, 13 jc, loose. Sugar-cured hams, 14
14$c. Lard tierce, 14114c: keg. 151
(2.15 Jc Whisky, $101. Bagging quiet,
1213c.
ST. LOUIS, March 4 Flour quiet
and weak, little doing. Wheat higner;
No 2 red winter, $1 4" bid. Corn active
and higher; No. 2 mixed. 39339c,
modtly at the ltter figure. Oats firmer
but lnaetive; No. 2, 33o. Perk firmer;
small lota, $23; lower bid for round lots
and reluied. Bulk mcati Inactive bnt
held firmly, 8J121121o oflered;Joless
up tne country, uucou is in active de
mand and very flrB,9K2,lS18io; some
sale at a ehade lower.Lurd very little
offering. Whisky, $l 05. Hogs sir ng
demaud largely exceeds the supi-ly
packing, j (0(j;b.
CINCINNATI, March 4 Flour dull
Whea quiet, SI lOGol 2o. Corn easier,
43($44c. Oats quiet but steady, 35-l0c.
l'ork strong and nigner lor casn; nom
inallv. $22 S7i223 Lard firm: ei-nm
13 1613 17ic; kttUe, 13314c. Bulk
meata firm with a eood demand: for fu
ture delivery, SlffiSl. 12&2c. Bacnn
fi'm, 9, 13113lc. NVbisky, $1 04
Butttr quiet.
CHICAGO, March 4. Flour dull
heat iu fair demand at lower rate:
No. 2 spring :;97jc Corn active and
higher; No. 2 mixed, 4344i Oats
very firm and holders asking higher
rats: o. 2. 32ic rork active but low
er at $22 37. Lard in fair demand at
lower rates, 13c Bulk rueat in fair
demand and higher, S3, 1212c
Whisky, SI 05.
NEW YOKK, Marjh 4 Flour dull
and In buyers' favor; superiice western
and Stat, $44 50; Bt. Louis, So 25
9. Rye fiiur steady. Cornmtaldull at
2 703 25. Wheat quiet. Corn tllgbtly
In buyers' favor, with moderate demand;
mixed western, ungraded, 61(361ic. Osts
dull. Ofi'ee dull and nominal: Rio car
goee, 15J(318Jj gold; Jobbing at 15J19Jo
gold, tiugar nrm, wi'h belter demanu;
prime, 8t: lSluscovado. 7(d7jn; cen-
tilfuzal, bJ8Jc; reflne.1, 9j10i'. Pe
troicum cuii: crude, ajwic; lenneu
14s. Pork opeued hevy Lut closed
firmer, S23. Beef firm. Cut meits quiet;
western long clear mlddifs, lO-ibc:
citylocc clear middles. 12i(a13c Lard
openel firm but closed hmvy; prime
steam. 13i(a)I3j3. iiutternrm; western,
l6(aT33; Btate, ufaiaic. uneese nrm at
612jc. Whisky quiet, $1 09.
KIVEK CHIIONICLE.
Weatber and Water.
It was a difficult matter to undertake
to classify the weather yesterday. It
was as llcklo as a maiden in her nrt
choice of sweethearts. We had a little
rain, a little sunshine, a littlo chilly and
a little temperate, winding up at night
with symptoms of snow or a cold rain.
The following table tells the stcry about
1a irQa at all v-uttnfet onrl rho H ta
patches appended tell about tno move
I mantel rf nanlrAtD.
Offick or Obseevatios,")
HlONAI. HEBVICE U. H. AKMY. V
ilSMPUia, Tenn., March 4, 1S76.J
Above low Chng's Ther.
Water.
ReF'll n-
Feet. I In's. Ic't Io' uee'
Cairo 2I 10 . IF 50
Cincinnati . II a 21 5
DavenpoiL. 3 1 4S
I)abuquo.... 4 5 6 . 4'J
Kvansvllle- .
Keokuk . 4 11 1 55
Leaven wort h. 4 8 2 57
Little Rock
Louisville 7 11 1 08
Memphis 26 II IS 38
NashvlUe 1 8 4 8 &
New Orleans I 4 2 61
Pittsburg 1 6 3 10 41
Shreveport ' 16 7 5 53
SULonla 9 7 4 00
Vlckhbnrg . 42 1 3 32
Below bench mars.
11. M. LUDWIG, Sergeant.
BY TELEQR A.FH.
Cincinnati, March 4. Noon River
riaing. Weather clear and ploasant.
Vicksbuko, March 4. Down: Utah
and Commonwealth. Up: Genevieve,
on time.
New Orleans, March 4. The weath
er is clear and pleasant. Arrived : How
ard, St. Louis. Departed: Glencoe, St.
Loula; Golden Rale, Cincinnati.
Louisville, March 4. Weather
warm and cloudy. Arrived : Mary Hous
ton, New Orleans. Daparted: Mary
Houston, Cincinnati. River 8 feet 2
inches in the canal.
PITT3BDBG, March 4. Noon River
6 'eet 6 inches, and falling slowly.
Weather clear and pleasant Night
River 6 feet 2 inches and falling.
Weather clear and mild.
Evansville, March 4. Weather
clear and pleasant. Mercury 34 to 67.
River about stationary with 14 3 10 feet
oathecauee. Port list Down: H. S.
Turner, 12:30 p m. Up: Geo. Roberts,
5:30 a. in ; Aruansas Belle, Glasgow and
a.nuy uaum, noon.
Cairo. March 4. Noon Arrived:
City of Chester, Memphis, 5 a.m.; Ar
lingtou, Pittsburg, 10 a.m. Departed:
Atlantic, 6W Orleans. 10 p.m.: Eckerr.
St. Louis, midnight; Chester, St. Louis,
8 a.m.; Arlington, St. Louis 11am.
Weather clear and pleasant Nieht
Arrived: jas. jj. farker. Memphis.
3pm; Cons Millar, Cincinnati, 6pm.;
Belle Memphis, St Louis, 7 p.m. Da
parted: Jas. D. Parker, Cincinnati, 6
p.m. itiveriU feet 10 inches and falling.
Weather clear and pleasant.
movements at the Levee.
ARRIVALS.
Grand Tower, Sf. Louis: Leonard and
barges, New Orleans; Legal Tender,
Arkansas Rivir; Phil Allin, Friars
Point; Osceola Belle, Asbport; Idlewild.
Chicot City.
DEPARTURES.
Grand Tower, St. Louis; Legal Ten
der, Arkansas River; Ruth, White
River; Phil Allin, Friarj Point; Idle-
wild, cnicot City: Osceola Uelle, Ash-
port.
.HUATM DUE.
Conn Millar, Charles Morcan, E.la,
G;o. W. Cheek and A. J. White.
BOATS ADVERTISED TO LEAVE SUNDAY.
Cincinnati Caarie3 Morgan, Alf
Stein, master, seven a m.
BOATS ADVERTISED TO LEAVE MON
DAY.
St. Lours Bslle Memphis, John C.
Crane,master, five p.m.
Ashport Osceola Belle, O. K. Jon-
lin, master, five p.m.
Helena G. W. Cneek, N. 8. Green,
fi "
m8ter, nve p.m.
Friars Point Phil Allin, James
Lee, sr., master, five p.m.
Napoleon A. J. White, George Ma-
lone, master, five p.m.
Vicksbubg City of Helena, M'Kee,
master, five p.m.
Itocolpts Yesterday.
Legal Tender Brought out of Arkan
sas river 709 balea of cotton, 26 bags of
seed-cotton, 2350 sacks cotton setd and
19 packages of sundries.
Osceola .belle "Ul balea of cotton, 50
bags of seed-cotton, 748 sacks of cotton.
2 head of cattle and 14 packages of sun
dries. Idlewild 228 balea of cotton, 16 bags
of seed, 25 sacks of cotton-seed and 27
packages of sundries.
Phil Allin 337 bales of cotton, 10 bags
of seed-cotton, 680 sacks of cotton-seed.
43 beer-kegs and 77 packages of sundries.
Urana Tower tiaa narreisof Hour. 200
barrels of meal, 210 eacks of corn. 120
sack of oats, 60 sacks of bran, 30 bale3
of bay, 15 casks of bacon, 22 bales of
cotton, 1500 packages of sundries, 35
bead oi cattle, do noga, id mules and a
horees.
Capitol City 360 bale3 of cotton.
Levee I'arngrnphs.
Business moderate.
Weather thoroughly seasonable.
Packets out yesterday evening had
moderate trip?.
Tbe i'bil Allin will make her trip In
time to leave Monday evening, as usual.
wnai'a me matter we nave not
heaid of a steamboat accident for the
past three days.
Rumor has it that the John B. Maude
will re-enter the Memphis and New Or
leans trade soon.
The marines are all excited about
Prof. Pepper's Ghosf, to appear at the
Theater to-night.
P. w. Rhodes takes tbe first clerkship
of the Osceola Belle, in place of Mr.
Hancock, resigned.
Tne jiorgan win get between four and
five hundred bales of cotton at the
wbarfbost for up the Ohio,
Commodore George W. Cheek, of the
Cheek line, has recovered from a spell
of sickness, and is again at his post.
A telegram irom Jb,vansviiie reports
business brisk; also that theH. 8. Turn
er had to refuse offers there yesterday.
TOe Whita river packets are bringing
big lots of countiy-cured bscon,lrd,eto.,
from up that stream. There's millions
in it.
Big Muddy Is resolving itself Into
more becoming proportions. It has been
too big for ita breeches about long
enough.
The urand Tower got over seven bun-
died balea of cotton at the elevator for
Cairo, to be reahlpped there by rail for
tne eat t.
Prof. Pepper has authorized this
chronicler to say to the marinesthat they
will ba sure to see a eenuine ehoet at the
Theater to night.
Alt. Tanner colored, professional
pocket-book grabber, waa pulled from
one of the packets yesterday, charged
with robbing the deck passengers.
Mr. Tanner, barkeeper on tho Mary
Eell, had bia new bride on the boat
when she burned. Both lott all oi their
baygage and most cf their clothing.
uiu rroo. went tnrougn several very
clever lightning changes yesterday.
Sometimes raining, quickly followed by
anehlne; then &n icy wave waa imme
diately succeeded by a balmy breath
ant so on throughout the entire day.
Captain Harpman, agent of the Mem
phis underwriters, is down at Vicksburg
looking after their interests iu connec
tion with the burning of the Mary Bell.
We'll all be at the wbarf at seven
o'clock this morning to see the Charles
Morgan pasi up. She makes railroad
schedules to tne fractional part of a
second.
Mr. John Tanner, the owner of the
bir privileges on the Maiy Bell, ia con
siderably out by. the burning of that
boat, having paid in advance foity-five
hundred dollars for one yeat's rent.
The Charles Morgan left New Orleans
Wednesday evening, having for cargo
150 hhds fcugar, 750 bb!s molasee", 250
bblaroeic, 125 bbl a rice and 300 beer
kegs and sundrirs-400 tons iu all. She
alpo bad 185 cbiu and 60 deck piBen
gen. Captain iNat ureen, according to tne
World, had occasion to notify some of
the Helenaltes tho other day that the
G. W. Cheek wai not run in tneinteiest
of any one mar, wbarfboat or place,
nnd tnat he would land her where he
pleased. Old Nat won't bo crowded,
you know.
Three brass bands inspired tne deni
zens oi tbe levee yeeteroay evening,
each one striving to drown the other
on'. Tho leaders of thes 3 bands seem (o
think that the one that can accomplish
themcst none will attract mcst atten
tion. Confine yourselves to music.
Anybody can make a noire.
As far as nearn irom, an tne pacseis
got through safely with their crowds of
excursionists to and from this city. Tbe
marines carried up the big end of the
festival, and are considerably fatigued
from their exertions. They won golden
opinions from ail sourcss. Our Mem
phis marines are glittering gems on the
surface or mis oio epnpre, any now.
The Capitol City brougnt up tnrae
hundred and for y-two bales of cotton
Drought out of Yazoo river by the steam
ers Yazoo and Tallahatchie, at d upon
which the tugs at VIcksburg claim sal
vage for saving tue boats menuoneu
from the burning Mary Ball. The cot
ton was consigned to Memphis mer
chants, who had to bond it out of the
clutches of the United States marshal
here.
Sr. Louis Times. Friday: "Tha City ef
Alton did some tall running on tier laet
trip. She was only out f jurteen daye,
and came from New Oileana to or
Louis in five dava and eleven hours, be
sides losing ten hours on account of bad
weatner. This line pacKet, aner nnoer
going repairs, will come to the landing
and Joau ror iNew uneans. enewnigei
away some time next week, fcshe want
down and was taken out last evening."
INSURANCE.
OF MEM PUIS, TENN.
OFFICE 16 MiQISON ST,
CASH CAPITAL, : $300,000 00
DASH ASSETS : : 444,046 87
VS. M. FARRINQTON, President.
H. T. LEMMQN, Vlca-PresldentC
J. A. SIMMONS, Secretary;
DIKEOZ9B3.
WKc M. FABMNQTOW. tt. T. LrjtMOW.
O. B. Ciitmcn, J. b. RoBiNSoa.
CSOCH ES8LIT. SFO. OVKBTON, JB.
COTTON FACTORS.
ESTABLISHED 1840.
. & J, STEELE & GO,
SOGERS
AND
COTTON FACTORS,
No. 1 Exchange Building,
168 Front Street : : Jtemphis, Tenn.
A. M. BOYD.
ALSTON BOYD.
BANKS.
A. WOODRUFF, President.
A. D UWTJfHE, Tlce-PrcUdent.
J. A. HAYES, Jr., CnsUIcr.
CAPITAL : : t
$300,000
DiKEcrroisa:
AM08 WOODROFF.
A. D. O WYNNE Of Stewart, G wyune & Co.
A. J. WHITE Of WMte, Langs tail fc Co.
11. X. LKMMON0( Joyuer. Lemmon & Uale
J. K. MILHH Or J. K, Miles & Co.
J. P. IIOFFMANOr JllWliell, Honinan 4 Co.
J. M. UOODBAH Of UoodDar & Gilllland.
N. M ALATESTA OI L. Podesta 4 Co.
W.Jf.HNEED. Jb. . r Myers 4 Sneed.
J. J. BUriBY.. Of J. J. Busby 4 Co.
T. J. LATIIAM 0 ( Etherldgo. Latham 4 Ed
wards.
CP. HUNT .Of Mosby. Hunt 4 Co.
W. W. GUY OI Guy, McClellan 4 Co.
Accounts of M
chants and others solicited.
promptly attended to.
Collect
PI.Ol2.IST.
F, SOEBBLS,TBB FLORIST,
At No. 413 Second Street,
IS prepared to take orders ror all Kinds or
work In his line. Including the care of lots
at the various cemeteries. Prompt attention
given, and all work done at tbe lowest living
rates. Orders for cut floweralor bouquets ana
decorating purposes filled In any quan Ilty
and ou shorten notice. Special Invitation Is
extended the public to visit his greenhouses,
now; In foil bloom 'b9
BUGGIES. ETC.
OWEN LILLY
MA5UFACICBEB OF
ueeies, carbides
AND LIGHT
SPHISTGWAGONS
I HAVE ON HAND A SELECT BTOCK GF
tbe above reblcles, expressly built for
home trade, of my own manufacture, which
I will HELL CHEAPER iwoilonanahlp and
material considered) than tbey can be Im
ported from any other market. I am fully
Brepared to build this class of work TO OR
Ell. on ebort notice. Alio, to Repair, Trim
and Paint old carriages promptly, and In very
beat style, ar Worbmimhip and Zlato
rial always GBaraatMd."6a
Ho. OS Union Street.
PSOPX.ES
bb Com'!
2 I O Bl
u 2. m tea
I "
S p o
E 1 1 3 hj S
AGENC"!
F. W
ROYSTEIt.
M. L.
W. 11,
BACON.
WALDRAN.
MEMPHIS & MIfSISSiPPI VAILEY
AND GENERAL
3EtovX Estate 0 1Y1 c o.
No. 280 31 1 IN STREET,
FOR THE SALE, Pr IfllAE, LEASE OR
Excbaneoof I otto i rrun. Unlmpioved
Cotton Land?, hugir I'linla Ions and Sugar
Lands, Tobacco, UthI-. Unua and Timber
Lands, tn tbe r-tatesol Mlv&lxtiuDl. lul-laa.
Texas, Arkansas,lecne,ee nnd Alabama.
Land business, lu all Us branches, promptly
attended to. Mempbls cily and suburban
property will bu made .peclalty. Shelby
county and West TennM-Mie laud;1, embracing
those adapted to p amine, grxlu und gryss.
growing, giazlng and Irult-g. owing, will r
celve special attention
paying inxea, ledeemmg properly soiu ior
taxeK, leaslu;, ren'ini, nppralblcg and col
lecting, promptly atteaced to.
Keo'latlou for money on mortgages, sales
DVAUUiiu.i oi evei v caracitr in ice line
of this firm, epecla;ly .olictteJ.
Exchange of projeitlcs lying In any of the
Stalei negotiated. AH buislntss Intrusted to
us shall be promptly, lal'bfaily and erll
cleutly executed. All trail actions with thU
olllco will be conducted upon the strictest
bants of cisli.
By bringing to tbe duties of tbls most im
portant enterprise (important alike to tbe
country, our people aod ours'lves), our bsst
cnerels. and our lonz cx.erlence. we hope
at least to merit tbo conQdenco and a portion
of the patronage of cur people. We desire to
bo ln'ervleweJ oy all who leel an Interest In a
LIVE i'litai, wtiose mis-ion is toata in rem-
vlgoratlr.g oar greatest Interest.
UiW KsiYSTER. WALDRAN 4 BACON.
1000
CORD3 BEST STOVE-WOOD AT
S3 50 In yard, and S4 0 delivered.
A. D. & S. H. GIBSON,
No. 6 Court slrcft.
fbll
MEDICAL.
Iyer's Cherry Pectoral,
For Uiseasfi of the Throat nnrt Lnngs,
neb ni Congbs, rlu, WIiooplBjg
Congh. BroiirliltlH, .attiaia
Hill fON8L'II!i"!Oa.
The few compositions,
wh'ch ha to won the
confldenceof mankind
and become household
words, among not only
one but many nations,
must havo extraordin
ary virtues. Perhaps
no one ever seenredgso
wliio a reputation, or
- maintained it so long
as AIKK O VJUEBRT
PECroBAi.. Ithasbeen
known to the public
about forty years, bv a
long conuuutM oor.es of marvelous cures
that have won for It a confidence in its vir
tues, never equaled by any other medlcibe
It still makes tbo most tfltctual cures oi
Coughs, Colds, Consumption, that can b
made by medical skill. Indeed, the Chekt
Pectobai. has really robbed thte dancero-1-
diseases of their terrors, to a great extent, unt
given a leeung or immuniiy irom ineir ratal
effects, that Is well founded If tbe remedy be
taken In season. Evtry family should have
It In their closet for tho reaoy and prompt re
lief of iU members. Sickness. Miflerine. and
even JIfe Is saved by this timely protection.
The prudent should not. neglect ft, and the
wise win nou Keep n Dy you ior me pro
tection ii auorus oy us umeiy use in sudden
attacks.
PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. AYEIt & CO., LotvoU, Mass.,
Practical nr. a Aoal? ileal f.'hemlsfH.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers InMedicin
nuiAi's mium abui
AND niVHR -PA.X3.
To bo Horn
VUU
Ib medlcatrd with effectivo compound.
Cures
Dy aDsorptlon, acting on tbe liver and BtomacU
Imraedlatoly, taking from theBystemeTerypar-
tlcle of MnLirla. and
xiuious poison. IB t-Ml
oreveniire in an ais-
llsordered llrer. Thosa
irbo try them are wild with delight over their
epeed y release from suffering.
IOLMAN'3 PAD
1. hlnff rountprfeltpd
liny none bat tuoea
boarlnznts nlcture and stenatnre.
A sure cure and preventive for all
FeTsr3 and Ague?, " Bilious Skorto,
Liv:? Ccaphiat, IMgia, Hiii:;!;?,
Bjspspsia,- Elieaaallssijs. fa
Prico 1 20. Will send by mail when drnggiata Jo
not keep them. Send for book containing mnch val
uable information about this wonderful curative
Dr. Tbomu rdvrtrds t To . 29 South
Court St., 3 doors west, ot J no. Gabton's. Pi Ice
Osteal uy mail, poqiage prepa a. sj.w
PRESCRIPTION FREE
FOR tho speedy cure of Seminal Weakness
Lost Manhood, and all disorders brongh
on by Indiscretion cr excess. Any druggls
has the Ingredients. Address DAVIDS ON
nO.Kniam. Now YnrV. fn.fi-.lpod
SOAP.
LAMBS, I HAVE TKffiD IT.
COLD WATER LABOR-SAVING
WASHING SOAP.
FOB SALE BY ALL
WHOLESALE AK BETAII.
GKOCKRY HOUSES.
XI. O. Xjxttio3 pr cs Son,
JI ABl'FiCri) JlEltN.
MEMPHIS T(CNNE8EF.
Q. P. FonrE,
C.K. BABTEAD
Bartlett.
uempnis.
FOUTE Ss, BASTEAU,
ATI0ENE I S AT-LA1Y,
OFFICE S3 Poplar strf et.
CHAS. W. ADAM?.
L. V. DIXON
ADAMS & DIXOK,
ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW,
Booms 21-23 Planters Ins. Bntlfiinff,
Tfo. 41 Eladlsan Street Vempbls.Tcnn.
BUSINESS IN ARKANSAS AND Missis
sippi solicited, which will receive prompt
attention. ft22
M. D. L STEWART
SOLICITOR
AND
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
OHce Xo. 84 Poplar Slrtet, Jlemp'uls.
WILL practice In tno Courts of Law and
Chancery In West Tennesre and North
Mississippi, and glvefpecliU attention to col
Iecttons, couveyanclng, etc. Jal6
J P.CARUTHERS,
jSLttoimey eft Xa.-w,
235 SECOND STltEET,
Jefferson Block.....MemphiH, Tonnensee.
4TT0RNSY AT LAW.
Boom No. 20, Planters Ins. Balldlng,
Bo.no rfndlron KTfpt, Hrmihl, Tenn
WM. I, & JOS, P. SYKBB,
Attorneys-at-Iaw,
So.eC P0PL4B 8TBEET. MSJaPHIS.
S50 Xsia Street, Efiit tldfi
tctljVui Ken in
I w
Hi li
FARG
Wholesale Grocers
OTTON FACTOR
Ko. 369 IPront St., Memphis, Teun.
EKGOUBAGE HOME ENTERPRISE
W. A. WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMS & CO..
LUSVIBE
R
MILtP,
SOUTH FfiONT STREET. C0RIER UAYOSO AND SECOND STREETS.
uaompiiiB, -
bUMBUMB SINCE PURCBASKil THE HOOD WILL AND THE ENTIRE
m. , ir. J;-, .-i' u ,r' '-. n.-i, own, Buisxvs ana aiuuKJNua or the late MEMPHIS
WOODWORKS, which, added to our already large stock of Building Material, we are better
prepared than ever to ail alt orders promptly and satisfactorily, and would respectfully
FRUIT PD PACKiNG B0XB8 OFAIL KINDS ON HAND,
B. J. 8EMMES & CO.
29T MAIN STREET,
-iaroxTEBs or-
m ALE, HAVANA! DOMESTIC CI6ARS
We are making
Wbicli;wo"ai8 offering at lower prices than tbe compounded
markets. Always on hand
A FTJI, IIIE OP
CI. O. PEO.UVE, L, p.
FSAROE, BUO-GS & CO.,
WHOLESALE 8R0CERS,
COTTON .OTO
-AND.
Cforra m Isloaa.
PAETICDLaB ATTBNTIOy PAID
AT WHOLESALE.
Staple and F
3 carloadiBnllx Sides ami IionIdera.
2.1 llorccs Snsronrpt Unms,
HH boxea Hrmlitiwt Bocon,
400 bxexN.T.Nlatnnnd SatmrsCIieeae
son tnba f'liolro Itntter,
(1.10 bbU. flur various eradra,
1500 pbp. Backcrel,HerrInc.'VbItan
COB, FRONT 'AUD TTNIOTI STS.
1, 8TKATTOB.
Cotton !iaia,o"fco3r,9
S4 li'i'oiat Street, Corner of JefFerson
W. W. GUT, J. H. BTCltBBhAR. T. C. PABS.
WHOLESALE
AND-
Nos. 260 and 62 Front
Ag'ts for B. P. Arery & Son's Plows
Sole Agents for H. F. Blount's
Urie Plow,
Sole Agents Wra. Clore's Wrought Calhoun Plows,
Owners of Mitchell Patent Cotton Scraner.
WE
UAVIS 111E liAHuEST
Traco-chalas, names, Collars,
Singletrees, Doubletrees, Plowllnrs,
Plo'rebeanis, Oerlscs, Weflges,
spades, ShoTels, Axes,
Kails, Carpenters' and Blacksmiths
TJantatlon Wagons, Etc., Etc.,
os. 310 AlVJD 312 FRONT STREET
Hill, FONTAI
COTTON
360 MD 362 FB0M1 STRBBT,
J. II. BBOWlf,
loahoma Conoiy, Kiss.
ds
COTTON FACTORS
-a.:!xrx3
GEMEHAL G7HLSSION MERCH'TS,
Nos. 9 and 10 Magnolia BUctr, Cor. Union and Front Sts.,
B2ro233.x32a.lca - -- - - Teztuossoo.
p-O i
B SI. 6TBATroS will tlv prroca! and carofal attention to the ale or Cotton.
rocerl ana all inppllcs furnished at lowest caab ptlcen.
COTTON
olesale
71 S MAJIM
OTT A 1E8. 3. 3F2SCXXaXaX JPm
uk or coijsion-mi
SHIPLEY it CO.,
. V. TBADT;Lii.
Wh
A a. TiiEL'iiYKLL,
Wholesale Grocers
sroinr wau
B. K. PLAIN.
DEALER
SALESROOM AND YARD,
- TormoaiBoo.
a specialty In
IqnorsTol this and otho
lOW-GRiBE WHISKIES, Etc.
8VCC8.
IML&t'oJEi ants.
TO THQ3 SO.Z.B OV COITOH.
ancy broceries !
IO0O c- cannM roraatoes and Snffan nro
1000 eases Peache, Btrawberilea, 1 ,ne
Apples, etc.,
OOO pliK. Sfileed Pltsfeet and Tongues
300 bbla. Tell uw and While Angara,
tsn HHcba Java, Itto nnd CordOTa CoecrT,
00 bbls. and nr. bbl. Swni Cider, etc.
jobs ju WKi.t.rortrj.
St., Memphis. Tenn.
orders filled from store or factory
fthe orlcinal and nnlF fflnnine
5 TO CK IH THIS MABKET
OF
Bllndbrldles,
Laprlngs,
Crosscut HawB,
Backbonds,
PloTfbandles,
Hoes,
Caslsteel,
Iron,
Tools, Bulldeis' Bardware, Belting,
JEKU31E IIILI.,
FACTO
J TERN.
B. II. STBATTOIV,
Formerly Willi I'orter, Taylor fc Co.
STRATTON.
facto:
Grocers,
T., MEMPHIS.
OottOn Saloamnzi
jflverpool, England.
li, Ot TKEAD WELi.
hlogk.
NI & 60.
RE1STAHD.
To all who tliall see tliew, Prcstnln Oretinc
IT HEKEA.S, It ha Iwn made known to
rneiuaiaccruin ILLIAM H.JOIIN-
a , cnareea wun uaving committed a Ion
and atrocious murder on tha day or De
cember. IS75. niKm the bod v of nnllln - Tnhn.
oon, late or onr county ot Hbelby, has fled
rrom Jiihtlce.Hud t now r.rnnln at large:
Now, there'ore.I, JameiD. Porter, Governor
as aioreaiii, Dy virtuo oi tue potrerand an
thorlir In mo vested, do hereby offer a renrard
of 1250 to any pet on or perKms who may ap-
tucueuu tucHiu I , ism i.. j'nDou,aTiU (If,
Iverlilm to tliesheria Ui:ei of our eountv
of Hhelliy, In order that ' .;t i e i n tun; behalf
may ne nan anu executed
In testimony when of. I h ive hereunto set mv
iianu,nucan-ei me ureal eeai or rjieuate
lo be ainze.1. at Nash villo, on the 7th day ol
, JA11EH D. PORTER.
By the (lovernnr:
CHAitr.ES N. Umrw.HecTetirT. fbK
PLTJMEIESS.
I7o, 263 SEGOHDSTH.EST
om"t rnnrt "ullage.
TO THE TSAB2.
WANTED-A thoroughly reliable Whole
sale Orocervhouse. or Dealer InQrawTi1
Sundries, to take charge ol and control tbe
Introduction to the Hetatl Grocery Trade In
Memphis, of an article of great merit and
nsea rargeryin every nousenoui. We can re
fer to every Oroceryhouse in Chicago, both
Wholesale and Hetall. as to our goods. Com
munications from reliable parties only will
be considered. Address
CORBETT & KOYNTON.
34 and 3 West Washington U.. Chicago, 111
PATENTS.
obtained in tbe
United btates
Canada, and Eu
rope; terms as
low as those ol
any other relia
ble house. Correspondence invited in the
Encllshand lorelen languages, with Invent
ors, Attorneys at Law, and other Solicitor,
especially with those who have had their
cases rejected in me nanus ot other attorneys.
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BANKRTJPrCY.
HOTICE IN BAN&RCPTV7,
In the Distrloi Court of the United States foi
the District or western Tennessee In the
matter of Toof, Phillips & Co , Bankrupts.
Jn Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of said bankrupt:
rnAiitiHuiiuit, inai a general meeting oi
1 the creditors of the said bankrUDt will be
held at the office of T. J. Latham. K., Uei
ter in Bankruptcy for said district. at 'Mem
phis, No. 19 Madison street, on the 13. h day or
March, lb"S, at II o'clock, a.m.. for the . urnose
of declaring a first uud tin si dividend
We also give you notice that we hs . r i
our final accounts as assignees oi the etat" f
the said bankrupts. In said Court, and ;i, o
the 10th day of April next.wesbaIlapulrroKi,t
Court for the settlement of our tald m - i.
and for a discbarge from all llablllr
signees of said estate, tn accordance v- 'li .
provisions oi tne -jsin section ot the .
Congress, entitled "An act toeitab'lsti
torm system or uunKructcy inrougn' i,
i.i. j
uniteu otaies.- approveu Atarcn z, ies
j. r. OLitvisit.
O. WOOLDKIDGE, Asslgr.9',
fb22 No. 19 Madison fctreeu
hotice is BAaauvncr
District of Weft Tennessee, ss. At Mr 1
tbe lith day of January. 1K6.
THE undersigned h reby gives notlcn .
appointment R3 assignee of D. II. i-
send, of Memphis, In the county of
liy
t
ana auue oi Tennessee, wnntn khui l
who has been adjudged a bankrupt ui
own petition, by the District Court '
District. 1. I . WliMUilEUTE.".
19 arMc-. '
TRUSTEE SALES.
Truster's Sale.
UNDER a Deed of Trust marie to rro
Trustee by John W.Jefferson. Decern
r,
19, 1874, registered in book 104, page 484, lo se
cure to j. ju. jacuonaiu, gnaruian, tua (tent
therein mentioned, which Is credit,'. i,
S1530 61, 1 will, on
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 187C,
between 12 m. and 2 p.m.. In front of tho . . t-
houseln Memphis, sell to the b'ghe bidcer
tor cash, a lot of ground situated In Mem nil s.
Shelby county, Tenn., being iot 27 of theiab
divlslnn of country lot 510: Beginning at J'd
southwest Intersection of Manassas and t.'a. -
streets, fronting loO feet on Marawasby bji'
Marr street. Equity of rt demptlon, right oi
dower end homestead waived.
mb2 WM. M. SMITH, Trustee.
GTrnslee's Sale,
BY virtue of a decree In the Chancery Court
of Shelby county, in the case of Mary L.
Campbell vs. Joel E. Wlloon et al , No. 2097,
li. ju., wuerein inave oen appointed, in me
place of S. F. MoNutt. dec'd.Trustee In a Deed
In Trust executed on the 24th of June. 1870, by
Joel E. Wilson and J. F. Wilson, for the pur
pose ot securing a certain lnsebtedneai there
in mentioned, wmcn ueeu is recorded in tne
Register's office of Hbelby county, in Deed
book o. yo, pages lai-ra, i nm, dv yinue oi
said authority, on
Tuesday, the 2 1st Day or March, 1870,
at the southwest corner of tbe Intersection of
Main and Madison streets. In tbe cltv of Mem
phis, sell within legal hours, at public auction,
to tbe hlehest bidder, for cash, the property
described In said Trust Deed, to-wlt: Ultaated
In Snalby county, renn., anu Dcginnicj; ai
tbe northeast corner of J. W. Taylor's lot No.
1: thence west six chains and twenty-three
links to a stake, with three sweetgnm point
ers; thence north four chains and nfty-etght
llrks to a stake, with sweetguin pointers;
thence east six chains and twenty three links
to a stake in the west sire of Mosely avenue,
and thence south four chains and filty-elght
links to the beginning containing iw acres
and 85-100. The equity of redemption Is
waived. Title believed to be good, bnt i sell
and convey as trustee only.
Clapp & Menx. Attorneys. fD13
Trustee's ale.
BY vlituo or a Ded or Trust made to me on
the 30th day of January, 1875, by A. K.
Bonner, which H recotde-i In the Register's
office of Shelby county, Tennessee.ln bo-ik
No. 103, page 125, 1 will sell, at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Monday, the 13th Day or March, 1S7G,
at 12 o'clock m., at the southwest corner Main
sad Madison streets, uernpnis. Tennestee,
tbe following property, situated in. Shelby
county, Btate of Tennessee, and described as
foliowH, to-wlt: Four acres of land, btlng
nart of the A. Kerr subdivision, original lot
No. 9, and part of the Witherepoon rnbdlvl
Hlon.lots No-lH, 19 and 20, on the north side
itesiuent ixrigg j avenue, Known as ioi n o. oi
Newton rord subdivision, near the Her
nando road, about two miles roatt-eait of tho
city of Memphis, bounded as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a stake on the north side Resi
dent Trl;g avenue and the west side Fowler
avenue: thence west with the north side Res
ident Trigg avenue four chains and 75 links
308 feet) to a stake ; thence north 8 chains 41
links 555 feet to a stake on the north lino lot
No. 18. Wltherspoon subdivision; thence east
lour cnains io units louoyt reek; ut nunueusi
corner lot No. 18 on west side Fowler avenue;
thence sonth with said avenne eight chains 41
links 1555 feet tothe beglnnlng.and known a
the " Bonner Place." Equity of redemption
waived. Title believed to be gxxl. but I sell
and will convey only as trustee.
JOU.N it. TAILUK, TIUCTe.
J. N. Ford, Attorney. fbl2
Trustee Sale.
BY virtue of two several Ded ol Tnut
made to me as Trustee, by John W.Todd
and ilesteran R. Todd, his wife, on the 30th
day January, 1875, and duly recorded In
tjounry Irenes omce oi uesna conniy, Arkan
sas, In Book No. one, on pages 301, 395. 3M, 337
and 338. and Book No. two, pages 6,7,8,9 and
10.IwUl.on
FBIDAY, MAKCn 10, 1876,
In front of courthouse door. In town ot
Watson, Desha county, Arkansas, with.
In letal hours, &ell to tbe highest bid.
der, for casa. at public auction tsublect to
a balance or 565 or mereauou-s, of purchase
money), the following detrlbed land, vlr:
Lvlneand belnicln tto county of Desna. State
of Arkansas, known and designated on the
plats of tbe publia survey as the east ball
IK K) of section twenty-three (23) and the north
eat quarter (NE H) of section twenty six (26),
township nine (9), south, range, four west, be
ing the same land upon which John w. Todd
and wife now reside, being estimated to con
tain tour nunorea anu eiKur.y acres, mora
or lew. xiuiijr u nNciupuua express
waived. Bala made to pay the notA Vin
by the Trust Deed. Title believed to be good.
i jWlSSIfrK
I j.L-Kcg.'-ljSTEAl.t&GASflTTCB Ifggl
lUk A. WtU RUU WVUIO I'UI, M H lLCe.
12) J. H. SMITH, Trustee
DISPSNSAR3T.
Br. B. B eJoiLnsen's
PRIVATE
mmm bispensaey,
So. 17 JEFFERS0X STREET,
Between Main and Front Streets,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
ESTABUSHID IS lSflO.
DK. JOUNHON U aaknowledged by HI pu.
ties Interested, as by far the most gseem
ful phyHlclHn in tue treatment of prlvat or
ftccret disease. 4alcte, thorough and petma
ueut eurfefl grnaraBteed in eyery ease, biM er
fema Recent cane of Gonorrhea and Syph
ilis c.ired in a few days, without theme of
mercury, ohange or diet or hindrance from
ballot'. Secondary syphlUu. the last vesOfe
eridl nted without the ase ot mercury. In-volcnta-y
Iom of Mmea stopped in a staert
time. Sufferers from lmpotency or losa of sex
ual powers restored to free vigor in a few
weeks. Victims of lf.abuse and eicewtlve
venery, BUfferlne from spermatorrhea and
low of physical and mental power. speedily
and permanently enred.
farticniar attention paid u tne inseasw or
Women and cures guaranteed.
Throat and Lunir Diseases cared by sew
remedies.
All consnltatlons strictly conflrtentlal.
Medicines sent by express to all parts of tbo
country.
Office hours from 8 aJU. to 9 P-ffl. Sondayi
from 3 to 5 p jn.
PUBLIC SALES.
PB0BATE C0UET SALE
OF
33
N0.9I.K.D- In the Probate Cenrtof SheHy
couniy, -i cnnesee. r.nzarx?in Kagian J et al.
vs. Hamuella Kagland et al.
BY by virtue of a deeree-for sale entered ia
this cause. I will sell, at publle aseUes.
In front of tbe courthouse doer, on Mala street,
Memphis, Tennessee, oa
WednesJaj, Harch 22, 1876,
commencing at 11 o'clock a.m., the feUowlag
lots In tbe Kagland subdivision, In the south
east suburbs of tha city of Memphis, to-wlt:
building lots.
Should all of said Iolfl not be soid oa said
first day or sale, the sale will be continued
from day to day until all are sold. Forfurther
particulars and description see posters and
plans on 1113 In my office.
Terms of Bale One-tourth cash; balaneela
one, two and three years, with Interest, pur
chasers exeontlng notes, with two good and
sufficient securities.
JAMES REILLY, Clerk.
Vance, Anderson, Meriwether & Boa'e,
SosrormnrjlalnntAfhJ
SEWING EIACHUJES.
CHAUCER? SALES.
No. 936, 0. R. D. Earzllla Raney ct al. vs. La
grange and Memphis Railroad Co et al.
Ornnd centennial losing Bale of 1'ort
Pickerlne X.ota.
ON THURSDAY', MARCH 30. 1S7S, AND
continuing from day to day until the
property Is disposed of, at tho southwest cor
ner of Main and Madison streets, Mempbls,
lenn. Pursuant to an order of sale in the
above cause, from the Chancery Court, I will
sell, to the highest bidder, the following prop
erty, to-wlt: Situated In Fort Plekering.
and known on the plan of subdivisions an
Block I,:o sll2122 2a;'.7:i)S5 3142; Block 2.
lota 10 13 15 16 30 21 22 27 29; Blook 3. lot 2 35 6 7
m5171S2123I62S30;BIoek4.1nts671829212J
28: Block 5, lots 6 21 OS 29: Block S, lottt S 7 11 17
IS 20 23; B!ock7,lot3 5 18 II 1S117 1319i22g;
Block S.lot 345 67 h; BlockD.l tsl 23878
10 11 12 22 23 24 25 2ti 40 41 ; Block 10. Iota 12 13 14
15 21 2 29 31 82 S3 39 U 4 1 ; Block II, lots 10 11 12 13
ISIS 82 S3; Block 12, lots 10 16 17 18 19 20 2128 27 38
42; Block 13, lots 15 17 18 21 31 3S 33; Blook 14.
Iotsl23562S29 3134; Block I5,lots 12878910
1 1 15 1G 17 23 26 27 33 40; Block 16. lota 1 2 5 6 9 )e
it 11 21 22 23 21 2526272S3132373iS84; Btoct
17,1015 12 13 14 15; Block 19, lots 5678916; H'oek
21, lots 4 5 67 89101111; Block 22. lots 11 2827;
Block 23, lots 3 4 5; Block 24, lots 6 7 8 9 19 11 12
16 17 IS D 20 21 22 23; Block 25. lots 6 7 8 9 W 11 12
132321: Block 26, lots 4 II 13 18 1928; Block 27,
lots 1 2 one-hair of 3 6 7 8 9; Block 28. lots 1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 12 13 11; Block 29, lots 12 13 14 15 1 17
1193)2122; Block 30, lots 10 11 12 13 14; Block:
32, lots 126 7; Block 33, lots 459; Block 31, lot 7;
Block 3S. lets 123456; Block 40. lots 24.
Four acres, described as Depot Grounds,"
on the plan of Fort Pickering, bounded on
the north by blocks 18 and 19; on tbo east by
Fifth street; on the south by blocks 29 and 21,
and on the west by Fourth, street.
Keven acres, situated south of the old track
of Lagrange and Memphis Railroad, north of
Holomon Kozell's Held, T7 poles wide nnd 166
poles and 20 links In length, tne same con
veyed by A.B. Carr to Lagrange and Memphl
Railroad Company by deed, recorded la
:iook M, 2IS.
Also, lot No. 8, In block A, laid down os tho
original map or Fort Pickering as Rasser
treet, but now fronting 60 feet on Panola
- treet, and running back 250 feet bounded on
. he north by lot No. l.ln block A.
Also, lot No. 9, In Mock A, set apart origin
ally as Panola street, now fronting 69 feet on
Broadway, and running back SbOfeet, bounded
.a the east by lot 6; on the west by lots 3, J
f
IDU o, in DlCCJt A.
Terms Notes at 7, 12 and 18 month, with,
approved security, and lien retained. Equity
of redemption barred. '
GEO. W. WINCHESTER,
Special CommlssiOBer.
Jso. P. Tbezkvant. Auctioneer. fbS
CHANCERY SALE
-07-
1 Uo. 269 Chancery Court of Shelby county'
leyetal.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory order for sale
entered In the above cause on the 5th day
of Jnne, 1875, 1 will sell, at public auction, to
the hlpheU bidder. In front of the r?tarlr omi
1 ."taster's office. Courthouse Building, Mala
treet, juempms, Tennessee, on
Saturday, March 11, 1876,
within legal hours, the following described
j 'operty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn.,
' .iwlt: Being the undivided one-half interest
. 'i and to the following described property.
.Jt of subdivision of tne lands of Koyster
and Bransford, on Island No. 40, la said conn-
j.. to-wlt
Lot No. 1 Beginning at an ash marked R
ai-d B, plat letter "A, tne southwest corner of
1' jysterand Bransford'hWO aere entry; thenee
. 'st 31 chains to a persimmon marked li S;
nence south 37 chains GO links to a stake;
thence west 21 chains 69 links; thence north,
and westwardly with tbe meanders of chute
1-65. 5 07, 4-32, 5-88, 4-52, 4-79, 4-40. 6-51 chains
and links to a stake nnd willow marked R;
thence north 22 chains 10 links to a stake and
hnckberry marked R; thence east 27 obatntt
to the beginning-containing 188 99-169 aeree.
Lot No. 4 of same subdivision on Islasd No.
40 Commences at a stake in the NE corner of
the 640-acre entry, plat letter" K;" thence
east 27 chains; thence north 43 chains; thenee
wesiixjcnams; r.nence souinszonaiBs; ease 4
chains; south. 11 chains to the beginning
containing 125 71-100 acre.
Terms of Sale Cash. This February 17, 18J8.
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
Bv S. J. Black, D. C. and M.
Winchester Winchester, Attorneys, fbig
or
No. 3533. Chanoery Court of Shelby county,
Tennessee. Orlando Brown et al. vs. W.R.
Huntetal.
BY virtue of an lnterlooutory deeree for
sale, entered In the above cause Awrtl 6.
1070, and renewed, etc.. on the 11th day ot Feb
ruary. 187a. affirmed bv the Sunreme Court.
and renewed again herein February 14, WW,
i wiu sen, at puonc auction, io trie nigiiest.
bidder, in front or the Clerk and Master's
office, new Courthonse building. Main street.
Memphis, Tennessee, on
Saturday, March 11, 1S76,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated In Shelby county, .Ten
nessee, and In the city of Memphis,
to wit: A certain lot fronting 168 leet oa
Mosby street and running back, oetweea par
allel lines, 150 feet, except 42 feet front ofi the
east end of said lot running back the entire
depth heretofore sold to Georgia S. Severson,
nu atso except, me nouse ana ior. Known as
No. 161 Mosby street, heretofore Mrfd the left
to be rold aro the same upon wbleh are sit
uated the houses known as Nos. 144, 153 and
155 Mosby street, each lot fronting 42 leet aad
running back ISO feet.
Terms or Male une nan cash: baianee in 12
months; notes with good security for deferred
payments: lieu retained till same are paid, etc
niuuDitu w uv uihiriuuieu oeiere sale.
This February 16, 1878.
EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk aad Master.
By It. J. Black, D. C. and M.
Vance A Anderson. R. C. WlDlamsea aad
John M.Cannack, Solicitors. fMd
CHAWCERY SALE
.s,X Estate,
No. isa, R. Chancery Court or Shelby ooBBty.
oanK. ui lAiuiuiciue vn. vr j. liULitm et ai.
BY virtue of an interlocutory deeree for
sale, entered in the above eaaee ea Um
14th day of May. 1875, 1 will eell. at mUle
auction, to tbe highest bidder, in frost of
tne Clerk and Master's office, new ooert
houie building, Main street, Memphis, Tea
nessee. on
b&tnrcay, Sareh 11, 187G,
within legal hours, the fallowing dflscribi
property, sitnated In Shelby eountv. Tmim.
see, to-wlt: One tnct beginning at a hlckory-
buuouuu uwoi lumicis, wujg me soutne&st
coiner of tha tract next described; tnesco
south 35 6-100 chains to a stake, sweetcum.
hickory and other pointers; thence west
51 8-1C0 chains to a stake, elm and mulberry
pointers: thenco 38 5-100 chains to a stake oa
the bank of the Mississippi river; tbenou up
the river north 21 east 5 30-100 chains to
stake on the bank of the river; thence south
21' east 13 chains to a stake, two naekberry
and other pointers; thence east SO chains to
the beginning, containing 175 acres, mere or
leAlso, tho following tract, adjoining tho
above: Beginning at a sweetgum marked X,
the NE corner of the 486-acre tract in tto
name of Ferguson and Carr; theneenoBthSS
chains to a stake; thence west 39 ohaiss to a
back berry and sweetgnm pointer; tbence
north 78 west IS chains to a stake oa
tie bank of the Mississippi river; theaee
north 2i9 east 23 chains 2 links with tke rae
anderlng? to a stake on the bank of therlvw;
thence eat33 chain 33 links to the b '"nlBg,
containing 190 acres, more or less.
Terms of Sale On a credit seven (V a!i3aa,
purchaser required to execute note wrwi ap
proved security, etc.. "d equity of redemp
tion barred. This Fe b? tv 5. UTS,
EDMUND A- COLtZ, Tr.sxi aad Master.
By K. J. Black, D. C. and M.
URMcFarl Att rney. fb

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