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TFH MEMPHIS jl)MLY APPEAL--SATUEDAY, APEIL 1. 18 '76.
1ETTEU LIST. Jrllr Slcmnlulnr nt the I'cstolflec Knturday, April J, 1S70. L.ininv list. A LI : ZtNDKKO Aatotne Mine Armst-r Mm M AbrHat.y Mr A F A- a M. J Aattln Mm A BUEEMlssF Klae Mrs K L. ackbuiB Mr K Brown Mfe II J.r r:i rtv HhMIMImM i. z . Mis r 'liA-1. Mm H Chalrnan Mto N - l a bl .Vim M Ctlhoun Mis P (ool) Urt-.Mi.NW CoHltwMrsA -.ju MnM Cook Mka M DAV H M 1m L M DiVlw Mba A DrfcrMiJJtMJ luihMlMK JliMK Doseteon MIm II JgDV. AIIIW Mrs J P rpi TvriM mi m if Fcrd Mrs A l'MUrJulUFW Punk Mr W A i era Mi II f AU IN MtwS Guthrie MIm K JT O-iauer Mrs M UreenMnMB rif AU?.IS MR II Hlneeke MIm C IJL HennneMteJ llHJrrbrand Mrs B C JI imuMUT HugheaMrsL IU...M:sK A J.U ivION I89A Johnson Mrs M ..onetMra V JoHnHou Mlsi A j'c:i:s:;a Mr N M Josea Mn M Jihna.n M: C (col) Jonei Mrs It OaTNKR MRS D 1. LAYWINNY Lester MImMJ Llptklos MKsME Lyons Miss L L--la. MIL. MRS U M'Mabon Mm M 2 M Vnr Mrs P r Martin Mrs It A ;:.:tniMtU(l) SW'MAS MlOti L 5 QWGSMI'HMCool) PAR?r--JBS PirkerMrsMJ -i.r-.rZ xl-H FurdyMlssA DAy"lSIlMIB9BP Reynolds Mrs M P V tadellfTMrsTB Riley Martha .T1!1T Kutledge Mrs F pastel Mrs N B l;o;r Mrs L P gTONi: MLS i E Staple Miss E WEBSTER MRS R William MrsM Wykofl MlssM U Wean Mrs A A "tt'h to Ml- Weaver Mis J V,"i:aEuMI4S 3 WbltoMlssO W aoa MUs S Woads. Mrs 1) OESTLEHEVS LIST. AI3EV Z Anderson J D jcdtToon R Adams V BLACK A Q Bowie A 3:rtnC BetUs E :ii'.v y. Kaiip Bracts II BUnshardH Ilrown II Bailey J (col'd) Jirv.-ie Dr J D Bryou J A l!d 1 J D Blcks L Eiakly 11 BleeU RE RrjoksW Ball W A Ba-.oeWJr Beaton W 2 BO-tim V II BuUer W EJr Iien:oa O II Brook, Klluy . Co tfiAMEtt A B Crump Davidson. J Coalman A Cbas9 0H Ca boon D Clark P CSaisory U Cuid II (col) Camming J Campbell J A Coieica J Chamberlain J B Canon J J Cbandler Dr J c:arl:e V Cooper W V:aycn W Cochran W D Coxj; CarrYJ Crawford W TMlEWRYC DouglrsiH J Dudd;ngH2 Davy J 1 .bija P B Blxoa T Uatrls WL J 3V ASM J U Edantoa U !i KcnureO Juigan T FEIIIIELLS A Furey E C Ku d J Prrow J M -rcud J Pulton J E Kl3ii It r-lnley It VV rrecvl W Frashor W fcVcy W f-UIHOHA GUbert. Parkes t Co y v3-adyA Uete A GarJ jer A J Groam E P Uarr ti E Goddard E V? 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JJottsen J 7liK unle L lC3k M WcJt.utran P Mc ody It MeyerS Jlaiuon ItevT J ill hanY.U Ucllcu W M 31::rpayW J TVTJ tTH A D Kooo DT 1 Scat Captain G W Neighbour I 2UL SfasnWJ PAHKER A PaaeF A Pu nam G PonorHE PettevJ Pendleton R (col) - Park Ciptsln II E Pollard Dr K H Pickett 8 P Parser T P PAe:pi W P "DOBKTSB BoberU t Lyons t, Iwlggs C Iledland CV ItoanuJ llltcbeyJT Uandftil J D P.uiell L lion U (coll Uice Captain T W iias'.and W STiiKLK F Bnmmey E BpraltACcol) BHernallK ta-ua G Hmltn" Col G H 2 HK- O R HmllU J (col) hkemllJT Bmllb M Beau P Mcudder B F .-lm::n B V Sappln T Hlrong W bmlth W col) rpAYLORA TonancoMr X Thomas CT Thomas D B VuamiisonGW Thompson J Templt-sSS TayiorltJ Thompson W II yAS N HYATT P vrrlLLIAMS C II Whipple A (col) Y Warren CP. WllsauDrt WurmleyKP WIlltamiG WynnaGW While H Wertn J 2 Williams J WUllims J W Workman J Wasalniton I Walklns J WjoJa.1 1 Webb M B Wa'Bon M WarUtld K Wr.g j1 h (ool) "Ward K WatiiH It E Walker It B Wahlagton B Wilson T Wa htrgion W L Y kTOCSG L FUBEIGX LIST. !!inm G KeurrrMrR It BiithoaJ E Bortdt J F JohlA Monhon O Uhrentteln K UsnlU Mu K. HcrrltF Brlaselara Maria Gllouln E Kornernp J Oppenheuner M L Ruter J fetucko F Tclerkauf Miss A INITIALS. MlMOoUvla fclslerMary mar Man- Agnes Bec'yYMCA t ousolode Italia Valley Publishing Lo 1 i.f.3rtjundy News No.eS Bele BUeet PrrCl.- nt Memp's A Knotvllle It It Co C altl P. glneer Memp A Knoxvllle It R Lditor Missionary Baptist !c-nphis Printing Office of the Cincinnati Ajl Witd'sbewlng Machine ilua l'iot Memphis S. International R R TjnneswOo! Pbannacy Jre-i:derjt Mt-mphls Union Eiilsr UemphU Bullet n "FIffANCZ AND TRADE. The money market la wolgbted d wn wllh heavy stocks more money than demand ioi it but tbh brings no relaxation In accsptlng paper, only the glittering gllt-edgs finds favor. The twenty-four hours shipment of cotton amounted to 3700 bales and exchange was tnerefore in profusion at I dlsoount buying on Now York, eelllng at pre mium, on New Orleans discount, sell irgatrar. Gold was down to 113J in Ntw Yore: It was rcarca here and would bri. g 113; the New "York Bulletin, of Taeeoay, saiu 01 goia: - ion muicauouo are that rates will be advanced at an early day." Bands and stocks were Btsgnaot jShelbycaunty scrip wasstrong and under an anticipation of higher rates U became irregular; we quote It at the prevalent figures. Borne dealers were scM-oeJy up to the figures quoted for Memphis 1575 tax-scrip. The New York Times says the moLey market la Tan aoblcT tlif.ro than hAfrrA. Anil the general putl c is taking very little part in the block ooara proceeaingw. 100 New Y-rk Bulletin Bays: " At the stock exchange there was further talk or an other railroad war, which, so far ai we could hear, grew out of tho contem L'aic J rtdocisn of fourth-class freight to itr.a Cnlcai'- The New York S-rali. remsrktd on Wednesday: "Prlcoi were ell off to-day Tne bud ding cf spring has proved an autumn of hopbs. Trade has not looked up, as wa3 anticipated." The San Francisco Chronicle, of March 2ut, says that "in vestigation la required at the Careon mint, for the trade dollars which have been liberally coined at that institution do not, It Is alleged, contain ths amount of silver required by law by from onB-lialf to two cents " Too rcaecn given is that the workmen bavemado mistakes for want of experience, but the trouble is that all the blunders aro below, none above the prorier amount of silver. The New Yotk Tribune remarks that "an untimely hesitation checks the isU3 of silver coins, and no new fractional cur rency has been printed. Of the two, moat people prefer tho clink of coin to the initio of new shlnplastera; but no body will bo eratllled bv a famine In small change. It would be a bad politi cal mistake to compel tho people to use dirty money and postage-stamp cur rency while Presidential candidates are under dls uaion." This Is a sort of wamlne to look out fnr rh!rmlafra Tho Naehvillb American, of Thursday, reports: 'There Is but little demand for for monev. and the banks all ronnrt i super- abundance of currency." ..... Buyinc, Sellin, 6i0S Mejnpt.s tax scrip, 1S73 Wa - Lil in i-aiv VMvfn rut's Slate warrant j. , , , rn'mWl so arkiinsaa BUte scrip s"StC7 The cotton market wsu ailUcted yesterday with '-toe much cotton." Warned by tidings of approaching flood, planters have been hastening to ship every bale to market they could get aboard; New Orleans received over 6000 bales yesterday. Eeceipts at United States porta ior tho week were 62,400 balei, against 40,200 the same week a year ago. Tne telegrams showed the concequenca; Llverpacl was l-16d lower, and New Orleans Jc lower. The Inquiry In our market wa3 light, with somo dis position. to effect sales; this weakened prices, and the inside figures of quota tions became the sole figures, with con siderable heaviness at the close of the market. "Tho call was in the main f jr speculative use, though on home ac count there was a little doing in the way of the ordinary selections as want ed for early and epecial use. On foreign account no sales were reported, and we could not discover that exporters were at all Interested. The advicej from abroid were rather UDfiVorable, mar gins could not bs calculated, and with tho prospect of getting about what may be required on short notice?,' Bpinnera remained in the background. For future delivery there was an unsettled, feverish and nervous sort of feeling prevailing pretty much ail day, and oparatoiB on both sides of the question were evidently moving with much circumspection and fearful of making some mistake. At the opening, under tho not very favorable tenor of the foreign iiccouuts, the turn was rather downward, and a decline seemed likely to take place on the day's business; and in this way, without any very radical change, the market dragged along for some time. Subsequently, however, unfavorable weather reports and private advices from New Orleans speaking of serious apprehensions of an overflow, had a stimulating effect, and stronger bidding, with a somewhat Up pish tone, was the result. The small run of the receipts, too, bad a tendency to increase confidence when once the turn for the better eet in." Quotations at the Memphis cotton exchange were a? fol lows: Yaterdnv. Day beore hji3 0 lOglOJi 12-12i (13 Ordinary ...................... 8i uooa ordinary iua Low middling . 3'2 MlddUng .-J2Ji312K Good middling 0l32 Middling fair &Hii Market quiet: sales were 12C0 bales, of all of which spinners took 300 bale?; exporters, B00 bales; speculators, 800 bales. Dusty cottons quote 6J8j; Stained, 8lljc. Price of middling same time last year, lojc. cotton btatement. 1S75-6. lSfi-5. 1873-1. Received yesterday 1,818 451 700 Total .,452.:iS7 305 383,351 Shipped yesterday.. 3.0S9 17 l,4t7 Total-- M1,S9 273,00.! 317.7CI Btock 63,170 3S.0GS 39.0M Imports. M. & C. It. R , 279; M. & T. R. R., 248; L. & N. G. 8. R. R . 243; P. & M. R. R., 110; M. & Ii. R. R. W , 103; steamers, S30; estimated per wag ons and other sources, 35. ExoorU. M. & C. R. R , 754; M, & T. R.R?, 991; L. & N. G. H. R R., 636; steamers north, 1805; by rail north, 1390; by rail south, 994. The following are the official tele grams of the condition of the domestic markets as received at the cotton ex-, change: Laleit State o lit- Price Ttltgramt. Market. a'U. S"let. Middling. aalvfKton.. Dall. 1.533 500 13J5 NewOrlHs. Easier. 0,065 3,000 13 Mobile Easy. 1,198 0 12J,,gU- Hivannatt.. Dull. 572 30J IS Cdarleston Easier. 'Mi 800 13k Wllmlngln Nominal 2&S . 12k Norfolk tjulot. m 150 12Ji Baltimore... Dull. 250 370 13 - New York Easier. 318 2,112 1SJ4 Hoston Firm. Ml CuO 13J Phlla'lphia 292 Hi. Lmls Hgher. 19G 189 13- Angusta-... Easier. 119 271 lgQlg Yesterday's New York closing tele gram reports: Ordinary, 9 13 16c; good ordinary, 11 5-16c; low middling, 12 9 16c; middling, 131c. Prico of middling same time last year, 16c. Sales, 2442 bales. Tone of tho market at 10:25, dull; 12:10, easier; 2:10, easier; 3:05, easier. The following are the closing rat 63 in New York futures for yesterday and the day before: MONTHS. YESTERDAY. I SAY BEFORE. April . May - June July Aogust. Beptember... October.. November December.... 13KQ13 9 16 !311-1613Ji 13J13 11-16 1313-I013 11 l-16ll 4Kai4 5-)3 114 7-16314 14!3114 l313-16l ,13 1316(13 13 15 16014 H5S113-16 140115-16 14 l-T6MJi, 13 13-1613 15-16 13 11-1613 13-16 13 9-16S13 13-18 Sales, 25,500; tone of the marset at 10:15, easier; 10:50, easy; 12:15, quiet and easy; 1:30, weak; 2:30, easy; 3:20, barely steady. New Orleans yesterday quoted mid dling at 13a at the close, against 15Jo at the fame time last year; receipts, 6035 bales; thus far this week, 25,461 bales; sales, 1S50. The market was dull at Jo decline. Yesterday's Liverpool closing tele gram reports: Uplands, 6d; Orleans, 6jd; sales, 10,000 bales, of which 6800 were American. Tho price of middling same time last year was 7 15-16d. The market was easier at a decline of l-16d. The Liverpool market for arrivals was dull at l-32d lower. April and May de livery, Savannah ox Charleston, l.m.c, 6 15-32d; June and July, ditto, 6 19-32 61d; July and August, ditto, 6 lM6d. The movement at all the ports was re ported as follows: I This J Week. List Week. Same Time , Last Y ear. Rec'ts slnco K'y 62.105 CISll 52 2 35651 CU1.8S: 40,175 28,106 23.459 618,563 Exp'tsG. Britain. Hp's toConUnV Stock I 4H,B52 2899 627,231 Gold in New York closed at 113 J; same time la it year, 114. Tne followinc is the comparative cot ton statement for the week ending March 31st. at all United (states ports, as compared with the corresponding week last year: 1875-6 6i,0X) 3,759,000 77,000 2r56OO0 . 617 J0 83,000 751,000 . 'J71.000 1871-5 40.000 3.181.0U0 Net receipts.. Kecelnts tor the season. Exports for the week. Total exports .. Stock and on shipboard block at Interior towns. 52000 2,OSC,()00 619,001 W,(W0 9i,UJ0 Ftock at Liverpool. Afloat for Great Britain. 2U9.000 Thepboduce exchanqe had but a moderate amount of merchandise offer ing, while the demand was limited; the waters are cut and communication with a laree portion of the surrounding coun try Is cut off, which necessarily restricts ordois for goods. Corn was quiet but the advance was maintained, over 100 sacks sold at 50c; the St. Louis Bepub lican, of Thursday, reported: "Corn fcrcash and March was excited, and rapidly and conspicuously advanced, stimulated, perhap3,to successfully work out a nice little corner, but futures were a fraction off, with fair transactions at the ease of the market. Spot and March No. 2 mixed absorbed attention at the call, and round and car-lo's were in rapid and continued interchange, at higher price than yesterday." Oats con tinue to receive more attention than they have received fir some time, 2-5 sacks of mixed sold at 43c, and 125 sacks at 45c. The St. Louis iZepuWfoan, of Thursday, reports: "Oats were as in. differently regarded as loug as reported, but continue without apparent change of views as to prices. Buyers adhere to about the same figure for their bids, but holders are firm in their views, and the sr;a?e between Is such that no trans actiosa were effected." Bran was again confined to "dribblets" at 313 60; 75 sacks of corn bran brought $14; the pre vious sale of it wes at $13 50. Cornmtal was quiet but strong at $2 50; some hold ers reported receiving directions from St. Louis to sell no more under 92 00. St. Louis papers of Thursday repart city meal at 2 352 45. Eir-corn sold to the amount of 200 tacks, buyers finding their own sacks, at 433. Hay was offer ing, but tho only sale we heard of was of 100 bales at $10, common hay. There la inquiry for prairie, and none in mar ket. Potatoes remain quiet and Irregu lar; russets quote 55j for the round lot; a fcinaii lot of peacubiows, W Dime'?, brought $1 25, and a 60 barrel lot $1 20. Cabbages sold at $610 the one hun dred head, according to siZe and fresh neeq. ama are in demand and dealers pay for them Iooae, delivered from wagon, $22 10. Eggs were in larger supply and lower, 14(ail6s; the New Or leans Times of Wednesday quotes Louisiana at 1820o, and western at 14163. Poultry was again scarce, with sales of chickens at from $4 to $6; geese were offering at $6 CO; dtisks there were none, nominally $5; turkeys were not to be found, nominally $15 to $24. The New Orleans Times of Wednesday reports: "The stcck is ample for the demand: choice old chickens are selling at $55 50; young at $34; ducks, $3 50 4; geese. $07; turkeys, $1821 per dozen." Provisions, the St. Louis Qlobs of Thursday says, have been quiet on al most everything a light consumptive demand, with a weaker feeling. "As far as the stocks in bands of packers are Involved, they are held for a price, and there wi.i have to he a very remarKaole change in the aspect of affairs before they entertain any proposition looking toward a concession, in their views, of what they conceive to be the legitimate value of hog product.1' IWt'e stock is in moderate activity at the following quo talionsi Choice steers, 930 to 1100 pounds gross, 415j: second quality, 44c; rough oxen, 1200 to 1400 pounds, 2j3c; smooth, fat oxen, 1100 to 1300 pounds, 3) 4c; common light steers and cows, 3 (a)3ic; scalawags and range cattle, 2 2c. Common hogs, 6c; fat hogs, 7 7ic; Tieavy hogs, lc less. Shearling 8neep, 45c; unshorn, 5J6jc; com mon to medium, $34 per head. Good spring Iambs, $3(j4 per head. Common cows and calves, S18 22; good to choice, $2535. The following are merchants' wholesale cash prices, as reported by the chamber of commerce: FLOUR Firm; superfine, Si 73Wt double extra, S5 255 75; treble extra, C6ti 50; choice, 57 2537 75; fancy, was bu per odi. CORNMEAL Firm: kiln-dried. S2 G062 75 per bbl. CORN Quiet; mixed, 5251c; white, 5255o per bnsb. GATB Firm; mixed, 46347c; white, 4850c; geed,5052c per bnsh. n nAri L.ignt cemana; jioyu. HAY Onlet! choice wectertl. f22iffi5; nral- rle, f910j mixed, 8150 per ton. LI . I ! X T V... ,J .'t 1 . . . .1 1 .! - n 1 .1 lOMc; long clear sides, 13)40 ; clear rib sides, 13!413?;c: clear sides. lSidtllc: breakfast. 15c: sugar-cured hams, canvased, 15315c; sugar- cured nams, uncanvaseu, ujiqim. DRY SALT MEA18 Oulet: shoulders 9(!i 9)c; long clear sides, 12Jfll2c; clear rlD slucj, 12K12;ic; clear sides, 12iyl2Ke; hams. lifts; mess porK, ou; rump pom, izi au; packed. Uc higher. LARD Firm: In tierces. 14K315c: kegs. 15o;half barrels, 15J(c; In pails, 15i16e. BALING ST0FF8-hteady bagging. 2 and 2i lb, 133130 ; baling twine, llsllc; iron ties, omc c; piecea lies, y,isto. JI ACiirERELr Firm : half bbls.No.l, J9a 9 50; half barrels, No.2, S775a8; half barrels, No.3.S77 50; kits, No.l.J175(32;kltS, No. 2, 1 uiffici in ; Kits, n o. n, i i ou. WHITE FISH Half b-trrels. $5 50(36 75. COFFEE HlEher: ordinary. 2020Kc: fair, 2121Hc; good, 2222$a: prime, 23c; choice, 21c; Java, S6o;Cordova, 22220- itiut; -uruinary to cnoice. ossitc. SUGAR LOUISIANA In hhds; higher: fair, 7c; lully fair, 8o; prime, 8KS8Ks; choice, Be ; yellow clarified, 9J$gl0c ; while, 10 alio. Barreled, 'a higher. KUG vR REFINED-Standard A, per tb., lOJigllc; crushed and powdered, ll12c; granaiateu. iikc. M CLASSES Firm; common, 40c; fair, 45(3 4So; prlme.525lc; strictly prime, 5557c; fan cy choice, 60t5c. SYRUPS Firm; common to fancy, 40CQSL CHEESK Western, per a., 1314c SALT Coarse and common fine, In bbls, SI 75; dairy, in bbls,S2 75g3; Liverpool coarse, In sacks 81 3031 40; Liverpool fine, in sacks, $1 63S1 75. SOAP Jtesln and German, SaBVia. CAN DLES-Boxes.f ull weight, l(f(S16Ko ; hair box. 16KQ16c; qr box. 17gl7J;c. STAhCH-45c per lb. WHISK'-83cJi per gal. LIME-SI SogI 50 per bbl. CEMENX-LouisviIle,S2 25; Rosedale, J2 75 per bbl. ESCULENTS AND FRUITS Apples scarce; per bbl, S4 5036 50 ; lemons, per box. S56: oran ges,per box, si4 50; potatoes -peachblows, $1 2j1 50; early rose, 85cs51 25; ruasets,75ra SI 25; pinkeyes, $1 25al 50; cabbage, per crate, S79; onions, SI 50O2; beans, per bush., SI 25 1 "5; dried apples. 8g9c; dried peaches, 8a9c. MISCELLANEOUS Butter western table, 35337c; Inferior, 025c; eggs, 14315c: nails per keg. S3; vinegar, per gal., 1825o; tobacco, per lt, 4ic31; spice, lSQ20c; pepper, 2122c: sardines, Sl6gl6 50; oysters, 1 C, SI; oys ters, 2E, SI j; coal-oil, 18o; matches, S8 75 7: cotton rope, 1820c; grass rope, 12lio; jiowder, kegs, $5 75; shot, patent, t2 4032 60; soda, kegs,552c; soda, cases, 636Xc 310XEY "jI.UtKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, March 31. Rentes, 66f., 65o. NEW ORLEA"NS, March 31. Gold, 114114t; sight, I premium; sterling, bank, 552. LONDON, March 31. The rate of diecount in the open market for three months bills is 2J per cent., being f per cent, below the .Bank of England rate. Consols lor money and on ac count, 94J: 6-203, of 1865, 105J; 6 203, of 1867. 108; 10-40j, 106; new five?, 106; New York Central, 101, ex-dlv.; Erie, 17$; Erie, preferred, 29. NEW YORK, March 31. Money loaned at 5 par cent, and closed at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 56 per cent. Customs receipts, $417,000. The aes'stant-treasurer disbursed $86,000. Dry goods imports, $2,200,000. Clear ings, S21,000.000. Gold opened and closed at 113J, with sales in the interim at 113. Government bonds were steady; coupons of 18S1, 122J; do. 1865, 1181; do. 1865, new, 118; do. 1867, 121J; do. 1868, 122; new fives, 1181; 10 40s, regu lar, 117; 10 40s, coupons, 119; curren cy, 6s, 126J. State securities were more active; old Tennersee, 42 J; new Ten nessee, 40 ; old Virginia, 35 ; new Virginia, 35; Missouri 6s, 104. Rail road bonds quiet. Stocks irregular at the cpsnlng, Pacific Mail, Erie, St. Paul and Northwestern being down and the balance of the list firm. Later there was a general improvement on tele grams from Chicago that the railroad meeting there determined not to reduce the price of grain freight at present. After the second call, Panama came out on a telegram to be offered at 126, and no bid, whereas a sale was made early in the day at 133. This decline of 7 per cent attracted attention and the bal ance of the market was lower. Union Pacific advanced from 63 to 65 and closed at 64; Missouri Pacific was very strong; Paciflo Mail and dt. Pauls were weak. During the last hour tho mar ket was firm with a general improve ment in prices but in some cases there was a slight reaction, and in the final dealings Illinois Central declined to 93. The termination of tho old contract be tween the Pacific Mall and Panama companies, which takes place to-mor row, was one of the moving causes for the fluctuation to-day. On the Pana ma -and Pacific Mail line, on the Pacific, nothlne vet has been decided by the Pa cific Mail company; according to the notification from ran s ma, tne racinc Mall company will have to pay local rates on through freights in the future. The Delaware, Lackawana and Western railroad company directors declared a quarterly dividend of 2J. The Chicago, .Burlington and tuincy rail road earned for the month of February $945 622. an Increase over February, 1875, of $181,495: the net earnings for Janu ary and February, 1S76, were $893,197, whi'.e those for the corresponding months of 1875 were $712,498. The Express says that the Green Turner sugar refining company, on King street, have dis chareed their workmenand will proba bly go into liquidation; their capacity la about three hundred larrela a day. Transactions at the stock exchange aiNrretrated 110.COO chares, of which 15,- 000 were Pacific Mail, 10,000 Western Union, 14 000 St. Paul, and 43.C00, Lake Shore. The closing quotations were: Western Union telegraph, 6S1; Pacific Mall, 19 j; Adams .Express company, lOij; wens s rargo-s x ixpress cumpa Dy, 86; American Express company, 61: United States Express company. 71: New Yrork Central. 1134: Erie. 191; Erie preferred, 36; Harlem, 138; Har lem preferred. 184: Michigan Central, 6'; Union Paclflo stock, 64; Lake Shore, 6C; Illinois Central, 9S; Pitts burg, 7; .northwestern common, ij; jSorthwestern preferred, ozi; uieyeisna Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, 53; New Jersey Central, 107; Rock Island,106j ex-dlv ;8tPauI,40;8tPaul preferred, 65; Wabash, 3J; Wabash preferref, 9; Fort Wayne, i02J; Terra Haute, o; Terre Haute preierrea, io: Chicago and Alton. 4: Chicago and Alton preferred, 10; Ohio and Missis sippi, Indiana uentrai,4t; unicago, Burlington and Quincy, 18; Hannibal and tit Joseph, lb; ueiaware and Lackawanna. 191: A tiantio and Pacific telegraph, 18; Central Pacific bonds, 107J: Union Paclflo bonds, 1051: Union Pacific land grants, 103J ; Union Pacific sinking fund, m: Mariposa, o; man posa preferred. 8; Panama, 2S; Mis- eoun i'dcluc, hok Auautio anu racinc, 104. Dili GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, March 31. Business continued quiet with domestic commis sion houses and Importers. The Job bing trade is moderate. Cotton goods in steady but limited demand, and un changed in prices. Prints quiet in first hands. Dross goods moved slowly. Woolens are duIL The Bulletin says nearly three thousand pieces of silk will be cold at auct'oa next Wednesday. PRODUCE MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. CHICAGO, March 31. Flour firm. Wheat steady and firm; No. 2 spring, regular, $1 02. Corn in fair demand and higher; No. 2 fresh, 47Jc. Oata irregu lar, but i n the main lower; No. 2, 33c. Pork steady, with fair demand, but ir regular, $22 4522 70. Lard easier, but in good demand, 13.7713.80c. Bulk meats steady with fair demand, 8, 12S 12c. Whisky, $107. LOUISVILLE, March 31. Flour Is dull; extra, $14 25; fancy, $6 75 7 50. Wheat quiet, $1 15l 30. Corn quiet but firm, 45a46j. Oats quiet but steady, 3741c. Hay dull at $15. Pro visions stronger and tending upward; Pork, $23 50. Bulk meats, 8, 12.15 12 40J. Bacon, 9, I34i35c. sugar cured hams, 1414c. Lard tierce, 14c; keg, 151c. Whisky. $1 07. Bagging quiet, 1213c. CINCINNATI. March 31.. Flour steady, with a fair demand. Wheat In active, $1 151 30. Corn firm. 5052c. Oats quiet but steady. 3743s. Pork quiet but steady, $23. Lard firm; small sales of steam at 13o, but generally held higher; kettle, 1414o. Bulk meats steady and firm. 8.60. 12, 121c. Bacon firm, 9J, 13, l3o. Whisky, $1 07. Buttef irregular and unsettled; choice, 3436o; fair to prime, 2532c. ST. LOUIS. March 31. Flour steady and firm. Wheat quiet: No. 2 fall, $1 61 asked; No. 3 fall, $1 37 bid. Corn opened lower at 4545c, and closed at 4646o cash; 4545c April and 45c May. Oats inactive, 3435o bid. Barley and rye firm. Whisky steady at $1 08. Pork quiet at $23 25 cash; $23 up-country buyer first halt of Aptil. Bulk meats in better feeling at 8, 12, 12i12Sc here, c less up-country. Bacon firmer at 9, 9, 13, 13, 1313c. Lard nominally 13ic. Hogs lower on low grades; light shipping, $7 307 60; packing $7 75 8 25. NEW ORLEAN8, March 31 Sugar inferior, 66c; fair, 717c; prime, 7c; strictly prime to choice, 78Jc. Molasses steady; common fermenting, 2530o; prime to choice reboiled,4552c. Flour in good demand and firm ; super- tine, $3 75; double extra, $4 x; ireDie extra, $4 506; choice and family, $6 25 7 75. Cornmtal quiet, $2 35. Corn in good demand; white, 55c. Oats quiet; Sr. Louis, 52c. Bran quiet, 65c. Hay dull; prime, $14 60; choice, $20. Pork dull; mess, zo. JJry salt meats quiet, 8, 9, 12, 12c. Bacon dull, 10, 135, 14c. Hams dull; choice sugar-cured, I4c. Lard firm; tierce, refined, 14o; keg, 15c. Rice dull; common to prime Louisiana, 36c. Coffee quiet but firm; ordinary to prime, 1618c. WhisKy steady; reouneo, i iui iz NEW YORK. March 31. Flour dull and slightly in buyers' favor; superfine State and western, $4 604 75; St. Louis, $5 409. Cornmeal dull; western, $2 75 3 25. Wheat dull, heavy and lower to sell, shippers holding off; No. 2 Chi cago, $1 241 28. Corn dull and lower; mixed western graded, 65c. Oats dull and lower; mixed western and State, 4547c. Coffee Rio in fair demand and rirm; cargoes, ioi(o)iuc, goiu; jou bing at 15120c, gold. Sugar and mo lasses steady. Rice quiet; Carolina, 6 7o; Louisiana, 56c; Rangoon, 66c. Petroleum quiet but steady; crude, 8Jc; refined. 15c. Pork firmer, $23 25. Beef quiet. Cut meats western quiet; mid dles dull; western long clear, 12c; city ditto, 13c. Lard firmer; prime steam, 14.30c. Butter firm; western, 1635o; S:ate, 2038o; new, 3042c. Whisky quiet, $1 12. RIYEK CHRONICLE, Went her. Af IVila nrrlMntr nn Anrll ulinwpr is prevailing, sharply punctuated with the usual complement of thunder and light ning. The thermometers have gone away up Into the April calendar, the latest observation showing 71 in the shade. Ganerally fair weather is quo ted at tne stations. Hirers. Tho river fl'lripll two inches to its depth here yesterday, according to the wontlmr nhoprvpr'fl rnnort. the gas-hoUSB report indicating a difference of three- eighths oi an incn less in tne rise, w b append ootn reports, anu me aesobiuicu Press dispatches giving latest particulars from all points: THE SIGNAL SERVICE MEASUREMENT. OFFICE 8IO. 8KB. OBS. U. 8. A.,1 Memphis, March 31, 3 pm. 1 Above low Chng's luer. Water. Re FH jjee Feet. I In's. lo's Ic's 45 8 4 63 43 6 8 48 4 4 2 42 6 42 3 8 4 1 45 9 1 41 16 9 51 34 2 71 10 2 29 5 SO 64 3 8 65 9 5 13 . 35 24 8 3 t2 22 11 3 52 41 9 1 67 Cairo......... Cincinnati ........ Davenport- ........ Dubuque..... Helena, Ark....., Keokuk Leavenworth.., Louisville...... . Xenipbls. Omaha ...... Nashville New Orleans , Pittsburg.... Shreveport. . St, Louis..., Vlcksburg .... Below high water mark. H. M. LUDWIG, Sergeant. THE GASHOUSE MEASUREMENT. Memphis Gasworks, March 31, 1876, 2 p.m. River 10i inches below h'gh water mark of 1867, a rise of If inches in 24 hours. JAMES ROUNU, Superintendent. BY TELEGRAPH. Nashville, March 31. The river is rising. Cincinnati, March 31. The river iflri6ing. Weather clear and cool. Vioksburg, March 31. Down : Clarksviile 3 a.m. Up: Illinois and Schenck, noon. Pittsburg. March 31. Noon River 9 feet 9 inches and falling. Weather cloudy and cool. New Orleans, March 31. Weather clear and warm this morning; cloudy, light rain and warm this evening. Ar rived: Natchez, Vlcksburg. No de partures. Evansville, March 31. Weather clear and mild; mercury 33 to 34; riv er 34 feet and rising. Up: AndyBaum, 3:30 p.m. Down: Mary Houston, 5 a. m.; Cons. Millar and Glasgow, Ham; Tarascon, 1 p.m.; Arlington, 2:30 p.m.; Lilly, 6 p.m. Business active. Cairo, March 31. Noon Weather 1 clear and cool. Arrived i Glencoe, New Orleans, 2 a.m.; Atlantic, St. Louis, 6 a.m.; City of Helena, St. Louis, 11 a.m. ; Carcndelet, New Orleans, noon. Departed: Glencoe St Louis, 3 a.m. Night Arrived: Rapidan, Paducah, 2 p.m. Departed : uaronoeiei. ot. Liouis, 3 o.m.: City of Helena, Vlcksburg. River 45 feet 8 inches and rising. Weather cloudy and cool. Little Rock, March 31. The rive is 19 feet 6 inches and falling. Steady rain this evening. SoYemenu at the Leve-e. ARRIVALS. White river; Legal Tender, Arkaneas river; Idlewild, Gaines Landing; Kate Kinney, New Orleans. departures. Kate Kinney, 8t Louis; City of Vlcksburg, St Louis; Geo. W. Cheek, Helena; O'ceola Belle, Ashport; James af. rarser, umcinnauj inompson Dean, iNew uneanB. IN PORT. Idlowiid, Phil Allln.Ruth Legal Ten der. BOATS DUE. Grand Tower, City of Helena, Mary Houston. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY'. Gaines Landing Idle wild, Stack .Lee, master, nve p.m. Sr. Louis Grand Tower, George Lenox, master, five p.m. Vicksbubo City of Helena, J. H. M'Kee, master, five p.m. White River Ruth, E. C. Postal, master, five p.m. Abutakbas River Legal Tender,Ed. Nowiand, master, five p.m. Vecelpta Testerxlay. Idlewild 212 bales cotton, 8 bags seed cotton, 652 sks cotton-seed, 65 pkgs sun dries. The Ruth brought out of White river 376 bales cotton, 373 sks cotton-seed, 2 head of cattle, 7 pkgs sundries. The Legal Tender brought cut of Ar kansas river 55S bales cotton. 32 bags geed-3ottcn, 2S75 ska cotton-seed, and a lot of sundries. Levee Paragraphs. Business lively. April is coming in by the water route. The new Julia has been launched at Madison. The Idlewild had a brig trip of pas sengers in yesterday. The Legal Tender, from Arkansas, and Ruth, from White, both had good trips in. The fine weather and the departure of several of our brag steamers drew a big crowd of spectators to the blufl's yester day afternoon. The G. W- Cheek had a splendid trip out yesterday afternoon. Her chimneys looked like two new plug-hats, they glistened so in the sunlight. The Joe Jtunney nau a pitcneu-uatua with the Kansas City bridge, and came out second best. She took pains to go through the usual way arterward. The tributaries of the Ohio are in a weaving wav. and another wave Is looked for cut of that Btream coming down here to make us all feel bad. The Sllverthorn. which was forced to tie up at Miller's mill, Tuesday night, on account of the high wind, passed down at half-past five o'clock yesterday morning, to Cairo. The towbsat Kellogg arrived from the Illinois river with six barges containing forty-five hundred ton3 of ice for Bohlen, Huse & Co. at this port. One baTge Ib to go to Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Government engineers and architects, accompanied by Mayor Flippln and City Engineer Meigs, were viewing the blutls and river yesterday for the pur pose of locating the site of the custom bouse. The T. T. Hlliman, owing to the high wind and strong current, had a great deal of trouble in making the turn in the bend above the city, yesterday after noon. It took her a solid hour to put hx stern up etream. The James D. Parker departed yester day evening for Cincinnati with eight, hundred bales of cotton, four hundred tarrels of oil, two hundred narreis oi po tatoes, two hundred empty beer-kegs, and about thirty cabin passengers. The Thompson ujan aoueu nere eighteen hundred and seventy bales of cotton (eleven hundred and ten bales from one house), three thousand sacks of oil-meal, and absut one hundred tons of miscellaneous freight A Scries of Sllhnp to Cumberland Jtivcr siesmers. Nashville American, SOth.J The John S. Bransford had a hard time of it coming down to Nashville Tuesday. It was all tho pilots could do to keep her nose down 10 tne current and to prevent her being" blown into the trees, which thickly skirt the river. The waves ran so high at some points as to produce among the passengers symp toms similar to sea-sickness. An hour and a half was required to pass the "seven-mile bluff," whereas that distance is usually made down stream in twenty minutes. Her chim neys were so badly damaged as to ren der it necessary to put In new ones yes terday, other slight repairs aiso nau to be made, but she will be all right to-day. The Laura L. Davis backed her stern into some trees, on her way down, and had a portion of her roof (aft) torn up. The break was patched and a lot of can vas thrown over it for the time being. At ten o'ciook yesterday morning the canvas accidentally caught fire, and the boat was threatened with destruction. The alarm created considerable excite ment, the Stockell fire-engine was sent for, buckets of water were brought into requisition, and the fire extinguished by the time the engine got down. 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ALSTON BOYD. 1 E BOYD & M COTTON FACTORS, 88o Ds?3ro23Ll; EEIVALS OF 3S mm i do arrival of a beautiful well-fitting, stylish and elegant garment," our Dress-maklng Department, under the"Co 8TRBBT. COB. JEFFBBEOB. wo offer OUR ENTIHE STOCK of 836 MAIN, COB. BSION. 'S& 00. a specialty In tbe corapoandod Iqaors ot this ana oth IOW-GEADE WHISKIES. Stc. orders filled from store or iactory (the original and only genuine STOCK IX THIS MARKET OF Tools, Bnlldeis' Hardware, Beitlnff, FBGHT STBBET A.V. BOBEST3. E.S.MEACHAH, S. O.S.PARH. COPARTERHERSHIP. Copartnership Notice. ON THE FIRST OF MARCH, and to con tinue till further notice, tbe undersigned associated with him In business Mr. JULIUS KAHLKN, late ol Baltimore, and a graduate of the College of Pharmacy of that cltv. The firm style will hereafter be THEODORE THEODORE HOERSER. TUKODOBE HOEaSER. THEODORE HOERESR & CO, PHARMACEUTIST;?, CHEMISTS & DBUBGISTS, XOS. 54 ASD 56 BEALE STREET, Corner of Second, MEMPHIS : : : : TENNESSEE aESPECTFULLY solicit a continuance of the business heretofore clven Mr. Theo dore Hoerner. Both members of the Arm are graduates In Pharmacy, and both will devote themselves specially to the promotion of those branches of science Including analytical ex aminations ana iesn. THEO. HOERNER & CO., mhl9 St and St Reale corner of Second ts. MACHIHERTT. BoM. lewis & Co., SEMFHIS BOILER WORKS New and Second-hand Boilers always on hand. steamboat and Plantation won prompt ly attended to. F0OI ADASIS ST. MEMPHIS, TENN, S3 !39 llii XISPErSAB.Y. Br. jD3 Jolmsosi'a MEDICAL BI3F3NS1B 3f. 17 JEFFERSON STREET, BHweea Main ami Front Streeto, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. BSTABLISIIEB U 1S60. DR. JOHNSON 14 acknowledged by t H par ties lnterceted, as by far the most an a genu f ul physician In toe treatment of private r secret disessw. Quick, thorough andpersM nent cnreH gnaranteed In every earn, m8 ar female. Recent oares ot Uooorrhea aut ifft 111s cured in a few days, without tbe see of mercury, change of diet or hliMi ranee Irom bannens. Secondary t-ypblll, the ltt voNlgo eradicated without the use of mercury. Ih voluntary loss of semen stopped In a sfeort time. SuSerers from lm potency or lose ot sx nal powi rs restored to free vigor Is a lew weeks. Victims of self-abuse and excessive venery, suiferlng from spermatorrhea ami lam of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently oured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases ot Women and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases eared by new remedies. All consultations strictly conarteot UK. Medicines sent by ezpreaB to all parts of tbe country. Office hours from 8 aon. to 9 p.m. Soadaya from 3 to 5 vja. drcnUw r. . JOHNSON. M. 1) TEL & SON, SOLE AGENTS !, BEST BREWING-Oa, Ml. WAUKEE, TTIS. L B GSST IM T5I U.. CHANCERY SAIiES. OF No. -135. Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. Daniel V. Corhett et al. vs.15. V. Cor belt et al.;-and No. 31 -E. V. Corbett 'et al. vs. Stephen McUuCy. BY vlitue of an lnterlocntery deoree tec sale, entered In the above cause Jane 21, 1(572; December 10, 18T3, and renewed, Ptc Keb ruary, 1STB, and amended March 21, 1870, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front or the Clerk ami Master's office, new Courthonse building, Mala street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Satnrdaj, April 15, 187G, within legal hours, tbe following described property, situated in Hbelby eounty. Ten. nessee, to-wit: In tho Second Civil Distriet, range 7, section , belnz lhe west half of the 307 acres that Joshua Stookey porehssed la the ltobert Goodloe 3000 acre grant. No. W; thence west 17 decrees east 15 iluks, a sweet gum marked R. O. the norihvrest eoraer of said erant; thence east5J bout" with the north boundary line of said grant 4 chains lt links to a stake; thence south 5.V K K links, n. poplar marked J. M , John Mnrkham's XiVV co-ner; thence sontb 53 W 38 chains to a stake; thence north 21 E f6 link', an att marked 3. M. on Howard W'll iara's Hoe; thence west 5 N with sala UneiOehslBHlK links to a stake 4 links south o' adogwoou marked B. A. on the west boundary line of f al 1 grant; thence north 5 ea-t with said Ile 38 chains to the beeluning. Terms of bale one third () cah; balaace on a creditor Sand 12 months notes with ap proved security required: ll-n retained, till same are paid, etc. f h H March 23, 1S7S. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C. and K. K. M. Hears and Heiskell A Weatheriftrd, Attorneys. mhSe CHANCERY SALE OF No. 3SS8, N. R. Chancery Court of Shelby county. Frank O. Tobln vs. Mary Malone etal.;-and No. 1332, N. K. T. A. Ftehwreta!. vs. Mary Malone, Adm'x of Thomas Malese, deceased, etc., et al. BY virtue of an lnterloenlory deereo far sale, entered In tbe above eauso n U lilti day of October, 1W2; March X,lH7i; No vember 9. 1871, and renewed February 35, 187S, I will sell, at oubLc auction, to the highuat bidder. In front of trte Clerk and Master's office, new courthouse building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee on gatnrdar, April 22, 187C, within Ioeal honra. the following deserlbea property, situated In Shelby eounty, Teenes seo. and city of Memphis, to-wit: first. fan or ior, no. w, on ine phdw we city of Memphis: Begloni, g at the Intersec tion of the south side of Jackson street with the west side of Center alley ; thenre west with the south sldeof Jacsson street 4V feet 6lBctiei fiSyil; thence south 50 feet; thence east 4 feet 8 inches 494J to tne west side of Center al'ey; thence nortli with the west side of said ally 50 feet to the beginning. feeconu. Also, anotner lot in uneiw, sneiBy count v. Tennessee : Beginning at the north west corner of Ureenlaw and Secoixl streets; thence west with the north line of Ureenlaw street 14S feet to an alley; thence north with eald alley 37 feet 1 Inches; thenee east 148)4 leer,; mence sonin wuu reconu trji. j. iwt YV. Inches to the beginning being the seats half of lot 32 Ureenlaw addition to the city ot Memphis. Third. Al3n, another lot an undivided one half Interest in lot described as loilows: Be- lnnlng at the south side of tiayoeo street ifl'Z feet vest of the west line of Wellington street; thence west with the foutii side ot C3ayoro street 60 feet to the lot owned by the heirs ot Johrr A. Nooe, deceased; thence mi nth. with their line 76 feet to the line between tho Rice and Ramsey grants; thenoe east wlih said line to the lot belonging to tbe heirs of B. Uraham, deceased ; r hence with their line north 65 feet to the beginning being same lot, sold by I!. Uraham to John Larkln and Thomas Malone. See Register's office book 44, parti, page 130. . Terms of Sale On a credit of 7 and 12 months; note with approved teearpy re quired of purchaser; tlen retained and njalty of redemption barred. This Mareh 31, 187. EDMUND A..OLK,CKMk aim Matter. By R. J. Black. D. C. and M. FllnDln & McFarland. Humes & Poetoa awl J. E.BlgeIow, Attorneys. Bah22 CHANCERY SALE OF- No. 291. Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee. Jonn caini.exeeutor oi j.ia. ealnt, deceased, vs. W illiam Mrown et al. EY virtue of an Interlocutory deeree far gale, entered In the above cause ob the 6th day of March, 1S76, I will elI, at pub lic auction, to tbe highest bidder, In front of the Clerk anu Masters omce, new eottriseme building, Main street, Memphis, Tenneesee.oa Saturday, April 1, 187G, within legal hours, all the interest of the es t.it nr J. M. Saint, deceased. In and to tbe fol lowing described property, situated In t-helby county, Tenneshee, aud In thn city of Mera- 5 bis, bonnded and described as follows, t-wK: eglnnlng at a point on the mih side of ueorgia Etreei ioij leei wesi irom iu iiijwv lion Wltn rintn Bireei, acu at ,n hhihwv u corner of Wm. Brown's lot; thence wm with, the said south side 1(1) fe-t ; thenee fcoatn oh a line parallel with lmh street I7 let; tbe east on a line parallel w ith Oeorglw street VH leetrthence north 170 eel to the beglOBltMr- Terms of Bale- One-fifth ewrti; btee on a credit ot s-even and ten month; note with approved surely required for doiened paymentx: Hen retained till same arc paid.eW. This March 10, 1S76 E. A. COLE. Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black D. U. and M. C W. Frazer and T. M. S. Hbett, atty'. mblO-17-4 31 apl CHANCERY SALE .or- E3.al Estate: No. 1 837, IL Chancery Court of Belty ecmaiy Tennessee. R. A. Parker, Receiver, etc., Vat A. M. Ferguson et al. Bt virtue of an Interlocutory iteeree fr Hrte entere J In the above cawm on the Wk W of December, 1S7S, and renewed Mareh 7, W74, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, In front of the Clerk and Ma4r'a office, new courthouse building, Main btieet, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, April 1, 1S76, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby eoaaly. Teases see, to-wit: Beginning at the lntecsectkjB of the old Randolph road with the ue Kh dolph road, in the Filth Civil Llstriet of said county, Welng ab at 1 miles north of tto city of Memphl-; tnenee south wltL the Randolph road 1015 feet to lot No. 33; ttMOe eafct with lot No. 33 to the old Haudoleh rari: tbenco along said old roid north wardl.. to tM beginning; containing feven aeren. acreoc lets, and being country lot No. S7 of t McLemore and Weakly grant No. , as sub divided. . Terms of Sale On a credit of six month; purchaser to execute sole wl'b approve , entity; Ilea retained Dd eqnlty of mtrmm. t!oD oarred; purchaser reomrwl to deposit M per cent, on purchase with . 'erk uhtanter aa earnest money. This March - 1S76. I. A. COLE, Clerk id M By R. J. Black, 1). C. and M. J. A. Taylor, Attorney. 0, QUEN