TH1 MEMPHIS jl) APnSA.!--STINT) -A.Y, APBIL 30, 1876,
' 1 ' " I Tfn . . . -r-m I nipnTrnn mi t. n. VRRTAIXK. JXMMIC XIIX.. I TTCmWB A OTr
1 VF.llRTSTS. inaUKaHU I - jljuj. jtjxv DXiii- J-
EDiAK'JE AND TRADE.
lloxrv aitaibs we aa lUt us the cof
fin trade, a LurfDem that never f urn Lsbea
a quotation to tbe general market.
Holpy Ilea Idle; there la next to no de
mand or it from quirtere considered
worthy of attention. Exchange dribbles
In slowly, with a demand that ia equally
tlaw; rt rj steady at the usual dis
count baying on New York, selling at
rrenium; on New OrleaDs buying at
illifoiur, selling at par. Gold was 112J
a 1 morning xa New York; broken here
rflri g lilj. Btocfcs and bonds were
I .' as. A lot of $900 Leftwlch city oou
pju sold at 00; they were "untainted."
fcrips remain a; tbe tame quotations at
c Ibe previous day. The New York
Hernd ot Taarwlay reports "continued
ca-e la the money market, and money
freeiy oir-red at 3J and 3 per cent.
Prim paper la quottd at 4 and 6 per
cest.,with litUe offerln?. The following
were tbe rates of exchange on New York
al the undfnnentloned oltles: Clncln
ra'J, from "5 to J0O premium; New Or-Je-im,
owaaerclal, 1-32; bank, i: and
lit Loul-, 100 prtmlum." Tbe Herald
add: "Tbe financial and commercial
h rizjn seems to be drapjd with cloud,
and the silver lining (If such cx
ii'jb) la not eufllcient to furnish
a f mrth-oiaes bonanza." The Cln
clar.aU JSitquircr of Friday has
the followiu:: "The numerous foil
are of small Arms in the country nn
settle confidence and make the jobblntj
braic-s very euutious about giving crtd
it. The am mat of good, selling Is prob
sVy not much, It any, lea tbaa lu for
me: yetrs, bu; prices are eo low that
their money value Is mush lees, and
I : Rjs are so umalt that it requires close
ma lagement In most branches of busi
ness to make more than enough to pay
current expenses." One of our banks
that seat $5001) to Washington for sliver,
recelvd $2600 in new notes and an or
dru tbe St Louis sab-treasury for
$20 in silver, which wdl be here on
Wednesday. At the present rats of
5. Jd In IDitoa, eilver is evidently a
pr I u thloi: in Washington, parted
Metnr'hm tax scrip , WO
II : -ji L'h.s tax BCrt u. 1S75 JCMtST Ms W
Conmy warrwM -7&;57a (fly
Arkansas State tcrtp .
The cotton" uutKrr yesterday was
anin lower L-tTerpo.ol was down i-ioj,
New York 1-16J aud New Orleans
Ojt market declirxnl again under these
lLllaeoce, as t'e table below shows
Tbe lower prica permitted some of the
buyers '-to gri in" on their limit, and a
fair day's r,atlnses was done, but only
four or flv.tj spinners participated; ex
porters 'And npeculatora took nothing.
rSome o,f the low cottons and of them
the 6f,ie principally consisted were ot.
tftiPyd at concessions on tbe present
gp.otatlops The market closed heavy.
Yne New Yok Bulletin, of Thursday,
report"!: "Tbe market has been quite
unsettled, and a further shading on
vauee took place, but at tbe decline
thtre appeared more inclination to buy,
and a reaction from tbe lowest point
wa. the result. Tbe adverse accounts
from abroad and pretty free offerings of
short notices teemed to weaken Holders
early in tbe dity, and rates were reduced
3-16c on all grade, except etrlct low
mi idling, on which io was taken off
This shading, however, came within
the scope of tome bids from shippers,
and pircels under treaty yesterday and
this moraine on foreign account were
clo-ed to a considerable extent. The
export demand, however, was not sharp
or general, and toward the clote, when
Inl'lars commenced talking a little
stiff r, the demand partially subsided.
Spinner, have called for about average
amounts, bu- this call develops no real
ly new features." Quotations at the
ilea phis cotton exchange were as follows:
Teiierday. Day txjort
Good ordinary U10 810
Low middling u-n tsjy-i
Middling 812- 12-3I2V4
Uood middling 13- Cl'-n
Middling fair QH git
Market aulet: sales 1700 bales, ot all
of which snlnners took 1700. Dusty cot
tons quote 57je; stained, 7110Jc
Price of mkkuing same time last year,
arrived, mostly from the south, and the
routnern crown corn is coming raw
more favor than the western. Mixed
corn sold at 52c, 1C0. ISO, and 210 sacks
changing bands. Some white ws also
offering. Oats are In light stock and
there is some inquiry for them; mixed
sell at 48 in store. Bran is in moder
ate offering, 100 stcks wld at $14 60
Oornmcal was In the slightest possible
demand at $2 40. Jiye has been so Utile
wanted for s?ed here this sea-on that a
lot of 300 bushels was shlppo-I ack to
Cincinnati not long since. Slock peas
are in next to no demand, tbe little
selling being SI a buthel. Pvtaioca are
In the usual dull quandary, a 50 barrel
lot of russets sold at 40c; peaobblows, in
lots, bring Si a barrel. Onions are
quiet at $33 60 for new. Cab
Cages brought S5S10 for a hundred
beads. Eggt brought 14 but only
small lots were selling. Chwxm were
few; some Rood mixed sold a is 4 &o. anu
hens at $4 755. Spring chickens were
not onerJnc: the city marKeu are wen
supplied with them from the surround
ing country. Butler is quiet, with con
siderable arrivals of country, which
sells at 15203; prairie butter, 2230c;
choice western, as30c Jftovuions ap
pear to ba "In a muddle." The Chicago
irtirttne reports mem "again au l ana
lower." Tne New York Bulletin, of
Thursday, says: "The market for hog
products for the past week has been the
most unsettled ana unsate lor opera
tions of all kinds, speculative or legiti
mate, that lias been witnessed in la sea
son. This is more especially true or lam,
which has been knocked about or nurseu
by the speculators in a way that has
been a caution to all small fish In the
speculative line. Chicago has become
so badly demoralized, having lost con
trol or tne bniz or tne bioce, ana oi me
situation 'Which she has held for two
years past, as to place the price there
relatively lower man nore ur me
flrat time In two or threo years. It
will thus be seen that the podtion of tbe
lard market is very anomalous, and its
future unusually problematic, for price,
consumption and supply have lets to do
with Its courae for the near future than
the financial strength and speculative
skill of the two powerful factions who,
between ihem, held it under control."
Hides are quiet; light and poor are not
wanted, and bring low prices; flint, 10
15c; dry salted, 810a; green salted,
67c; green, 46c. The following are
merchants' wholesale cash prices, as re
ported by the chamber of commerce:
Fjjnmt Onlntr unDetflne. SI 75A5: double
extra, S 25a5 75; treble extra, f66 oO; choice,
S7 25,37 76; fancy, tsgs 60 per Dbl.
Ajvnn' rirw. uuw, ojja., niuw,wa.iv
per bush. .
uaw sttaaj; mutuu, wmw, uvchwi
HAY Easy; choice western, (22321; pral
.r niiim. l3Uc; breatlMt. 15c: sagar-
cared hams, csnvaied, 15c;bngar-cnrod hams,
JJRYSAXiT MEA.IS Firm; shouIdere,8Kc;
lone clear Blooe,liyBc:clear rib slde,Uc; clear
sides; 12c: hams, WHlIc: mens pork, 00;
ru m poors, zi; pacaea.
Uc; hair barrels, HKo: In peilB, 15c.
HALING STDFFS-tiniet; OmgiUK. 2 ana
1 it, 1 -J 1 . kallni, IwinA 1 i . 1 1 V ' mil
UeSK&jxc: pieced ties, SKglc
9 50; half barrel. No.2, t7758: half barreli,
Vo.3.S7fl7 50: klta. No. 1. 117532: Kits, o. 2,
81 601 75: kits, No. 3, tl 50
COFFEE Firmer: ordinary, 20C21c; fair.
218J2e; eood, 22)ic: prime, Jc; choice, w,
Java, 33c ; Oordova, 2322Ho.
mrv. .nnimarr tn cnaice. esiBKC.
8UUAK LOUISIANA In hiids; firmer;
ralr.Sc; nlly lair, 80: prime, 9c; choice,
9Kc; yellow clarified, 100; while, lujigiic.
Hnoit-RErtNED Firm: standard A.
perils XOJiaUc; crushed and powdered, 11
giac; granaiaiaa, uic.
.Mor,AHK8 Firmer: common. 40c: fair. 45a
tsc; prime. waMc; stncuy prime, cogaic;iaa
UHEESE-Dull; western, per B., 13(313Kc.
SALT Coarse and common fine, In Obis,
II 75; dairy, in bbla, C 753; urerpooi coarse,
In sacks 31 3031 40; Liverpool fine, In sacks,
11 RVal 7&-
SOAF Resin and German, 56c ; Lf.ttlng'u,
UADUbOU&Wi lull VTCJ&ut, itfjv, um..
box. 16?ie: qr lox, 17017HC
HTlKUU-iSOs per id.
Revived yesterday 298
Imoorts.lX. & C. B. It., 109: M. & T
R. H , 23; M. & L. B. B. W., 84;
Kteamors, 67; ostimated per wagon and
nlhr soaroAa. 10
Rraorls.M. & C. R. It.. 252: M. &
T. It It. 49: steamers north, 1036;
steamers soutb, 6; by rail noitb, 25:
hv rail south. 49.
The folio wit kr are the ofllclal tele
grams of tbe condition of the domeatio
m'Ke'saa rceivea at me couuu
BU L (U1S
Ytwivru.y'a New VorE closing tele
gram reports: Ordinary, 9$c; good
r.tmarv. 103c: low middling,
12a: mWdilaa. 12 13 16c Price of mid
dling same time last year, 16c Balsa,
3123 bales. Tone of the market at 10:30,
dull and beavv: 12:20, easy, declined
LIB? 3:05. earn.
The following are the closing rates in
New York futures for yesterday and the
TISTEHDAY. ( DAY BKTOKE.
AniiL 13 -3M3 3-10
September 13 -3ilS 3-16
October 12 Jl-3213
govern br .ISJiftlZ
Deeeoiber... 'ljl2 29-X!
i2Jfl2 13 18
13 5-163 13Ji
Ha'es. 35MWU: lone of the maikot at
30:15, easier; 10:45, quiet and easy
12:10, easy; 12:35, irregular and heavy
2?1S. harelv stcadv.
New Orleans yesterday quoted mid
dling at 12-. at thecloee, against 15o at
tbe tame time last year; receipts, 658
balea;tbU3 far this week, bob bales; eaies;
5100. The mar ket closed quiet.
Yestardav's Iilverpool closing tele-
ontm ratwrts: Unlands. 6 316d: Or
rpajfl.GSd:fceleiL5CO0 bales, of which 3000
were American. Received 3900 bales, of
which 2900 were American. The price
of middling Bime time last year was
7 15 16d. The market was dull and
The Liverpool market for arrivals at
12 :3t was tor aiwcu snipmenis, cj. mi puis
or Cbarletoo, l.m c , sau, o 7 a-'a; aiay
and June dell verv. ditto, fateamer, bid
An?mt and Sentember. ditto. G 13 32 J
at 1:80. Maron Ebipments. ditto, sail
fi 3.l8d: at 2:30. Julv and Ancust deltv
frv. ditto, steamer. 6 5-16a; at 4:05
The movement at all the ports was re
ported as follows:
IVCO&o per Ei.
Wttiaa-r bocsm per
6- eood to fancy family brands, 55 25 take the place of the Btsj Miller In tho
M! tk Vht I ArbnnRiR river trade.
Inactive demand; NoT2 spring, The Phil Allin is helping heneli 'to &
l!L A . u.,i1iJ;V. No nnv m-vt of riaint. and other embellish-
o Vki nf .tnii nn ftrrmnlncf at 31o. ments. nrenaratory to making things
Pork dull, weak and lower at 202ic. lively between this port . and Iriars
Lard dull, weak and lower at 12.70a. Point next Monday (May 8tb).
iZ .' .7..1I --j . t,o innrr nt Tli R.ih.rt Mitchell rasel up yef tr-
liuia. uicaus uuii uuu ruuv I . .-: , ,u. n I
-i ,i!Qio. -nii,ui, ei ot lilnv with a coou inn oi jrcJKui. uuo
atoiulr. Whpnt fiull. weak
At No. 413 Second Street,
TS prepared, to take orders roraii xinan oi
work in his line. Including tbe care of lots
at tbe various cemeteries, rrompi aiienuou
ss.am. 1 1 n - i -.am nnn nil Tnv nnnnaT inn mirMr 1 1 v i nw
29. Flour f "" trC Tm three Orders ror cut flowers lor bouquets and
and lower, di and fifty live alligator rro purposes ailed in any quantity
tn nrtwn iml in lerciu. ius iwkcoi i nndon snonesi nouce. or ,iumiauooii
as a pet
flpm at I"lfall3C: KeiUtt, uvfluiv.
Balk meats tiriner' 8, lHllllte ffhVJ!.ffffiL C VonTfo UkTpart
BlCOn quiet, 9K9i, i-JlZM2JI-Jt2 I t t?JiZA nlntnnntnl PThlbltion.
mi. t,t:.i,w i err Unitor film nnn i e"""
f LllBUJ i "I. jjuvv.
downwara: cnoiuu- wmrau
choice central jmv, qahjj
extended the pubUo to visit mi ereenhouses,
now In fnll bloom. b3
23-5c .... To all who are EnfferlnB Irom tne errors and
NEWYORK,April29. iloarsiignt- , dl8Wtlons of youth, nervous weakness,
lvin buvers' lavor and nominal. Itye Llri.dIT. loss ot manhood, etc., I will send
flour quiet but steady at $4 75(5 15. a that wm cure, FREE OF OHAUQE.
nornmnal nuiet but steady at$275(3 35. 1 -. m-rtv-cTM discovered by a mis-
Wheat less active; spring, uBuititiiaui- slonary In South America. Bend a sen-aa-
nMn 'in-- i :nrn in moueraie ucujuuu, i ...... m .nnin,wi tn tim ka v. Joseph x.-
mlxd, no graue, oaitsoao. wais miicu Vl K. Rtminn r ntbuiunur. nem ibt wv w
...V. SUa cf A-roaro nnfTe -
wie-S STAMPED CHECKS.
35453; Porto Blco, 4055c. JPetraieum
quiet; crude, SJc; retined, 13j14c
1'ors new moss, ai oms-i w
meats quiet. Lard easier; primesteam,
13 25c Butter very unsettled; new
western, 1627c. Cheese quiet, 6l::.
Whisky, 1 11.
NEW ORLEA.N8, April 29. Corn-
meal dull, S2 30. Bugar common, J
7ic; fair, 7J8ic; prime, 8jc; cnoico. ac
Molasses reboJIed common, 35c: fair,
4042o: prime to choice, 4455a. Flour
superfine, $3 25; double extra, $4 25;
treble extra. $4 oo; cnoice anu iaumyt
S6 257 60. Corn dull; choice wnite,
60c. Oats dull and lower; orainary au
Loulf", 393; choice Galena, 44o. iay
dull; prime, 17 iiran, oc. roreuuu;
mees, $22 25. Dry salt moat?, Sj, 12
120. Bacon quoted 9i.l2i123c. Laid
tierce, packers', 13Jc; renned, 13jc; keg,
14c. Bice common tD prime Louisi
ana, 46ic. Whisky rectified, Si 11
l 12. uoitee orainary io jinms, ioii2
ALL THE BAJffiS
15 Court Strft
HURBnT & BID6EL'
i tl nun
No. 88 MADISON STBEET,
MEMPHIS : : : TENNESSEE.
comprising a large and varied assortment ot
Ithn most elesant and stvllsli of rrench and
Engllsn makes of materials for gentlemen's
wear, and have every lacllity for getting nn
Suits in the most approved style and the most
We solicit an Inspection from gentlemen de
siring an elegant and fashionable sprins or
scmmersuiu (iukkx c aiwuiui
peopj.es HIIiIj FOHTMKE kmi
l!SHf Gil'? COTTON FACTORS
I sTA K3 M rVW "JI "M
OF MEHPHIS, TENN.
OFFICE. 16 JPHSOK ST,
OASEI : $300,000 00
CASH ASSETS, j: 444,046 87
TO. SI. FARRISOTOST, Preddeat.
II. T. L.EMMQN, Vise-President.
J. A. SlililONB, Secreftary.
WK M. FABBTHOTOjr. S. T. Ij-skjiow.
O. H. CHOEdir, Jr. B. BOBtNSOS.
KSOCH ESSLST. 3 SO. OVCBTOK, JS
w K. GRKantv
360 AND 362 FRO!? STREET,
Mo. S0 jProiit St., MemjjkiB, Tetn.
w. it. otnr,
J. II. SI'CI.EHI.JI.
7VT TjRTJT fT& I70B the speedy cure or eeminai weaKneso
ICS QBE AM PABItOK. Zost Manhood, and all disorders brongh
on oy lniuscreiioa ejtoooo. auj m
the lngreaiems. AuaresH uaviuu un
Purs Ice Cm !
0O Box 2288. New York,
NEW YORK. April 29. Business was
only moderate with the domestio com-
mlrslon nouses ann very quiet wiui iuo
Importers. The Jobbing trade was light.
Cotton goods moved slowly, but the
most nouular makes or brown ana
bleached cottona are steadily held, and
some makes closely sold up. Prints are
unsettled, and Dnnnell's fancies are re
duced to 6c. Woolen goods remained
quiet, and spring weight casslmerea and
woretea8 are selling iow.
E direct the attention of the ladles and
n,o tr. thn honlltlfnllv TeHtted ICO
Cream Parlor ot 8PECHT & W ALTER, No.
7 Madison street. This splendid establlsn
, 4 tvia r.iHcst in the p.ltv In the confec-
tlonery line, where they serve th? choicest Ice
orders for Ice Cream promptly delivered.
Wbolesale mu retail. "
FOR PDKIFYING THE BLOOD.
IVeathcr nnd Ktvcrs.
The weather is all that we could de-
sire; tnermometers steaay at to: mu
river has at last started on that down
ward road which leads not to destruction
but to tbe infinite delight of the planters
and the merchants who are anxious to
have something to put their money np
on next loll. We appona tne latest, re
ports: Office 8iq. Ber. Obs. TJ. 8. a.,1
Memphis, April 29, 3 p.m. I
Monafactarerfc' Agents for
MOWERS AND REAPERS,
WHEAT AND CORN MILLS,
ear A stock of ABIeallaoi xoois ana
Implements and Hardware sener-
S3- any, In great variety.
; 31Q-312 FRONTSTRBET
Lea ven worth
Above low Chng's Ther.
Rse Til tw.
Feet. I Iu's. lo's Io's
3S 8 77
U 6 70
11 11 3 .63
It 11 1 60
43 8 2
14 2 71
10 10 4 85
8 7 2 7o
33 7 2 78
8 2 4
6 ... 3 75
3 11 n
6 8 8 Gi
21 2 10 Is2
2s i : 11 to
44 2 2 0
Tkkta 1 tsti, Six for $ 0t CVim h rrtr &
Fifth Extrtoral&arj srftviss,
K Cash Prize of 100,000
I Cash Prize of 60,000
I Cash Prize of 05,000
I Cash Prise f 20,OO3
31,026 Otsh JhtasunourtteStosaDOOQ
tU cm IMturlliUT Dmwtf wu fntftot r r CM;
TUl Vr TUk,t 1.14a. Th iMWhln EJ
r,MircMaut. Bnnevsff 39 Days;
liatluM. Utnllv KBpnMwa
This compound ot
the vegetablo altera
Dock, StllllnRla and
Mandrake with the
yaad Iron, makes a
mosi enectuai cureoi
a series of complaints
i- which are very preva
lent and aniicung. it
purities' the blood,
purges out the lurking
humors In the system, that undermine ncaun
and SMtieinio irouoieiiymo uibuius. - i
tlonsof tho skin are the appearance on the
curface of hnmors that should be expelled
from the bioou. internal oBrausomijun iuo
the determination of those same humors to
some Internal organ or organs, whose action
they derange, and whose substance they des
iwtiii hitihitahit.t.a ezncls these
hnmnr. frnm ihn hlood. When they are gone,
the disorders they produce disappear, such as
Ulcerations oi tne iitver, oiomacu, juuucj,
Lungs, Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases of the
Skin, St. Anthony's Fire, Kose or trysipeias,
rimpies, rustnieK. cioicuks, u"i, "ii , 1
Tetter and Salt Bheum, Bcald Head, Rlng
wni iTi-nr and Hnrps. ltheumfltlsra. Iseu-
ialgla. Pain In the Bones, Bide and Head, Fe
male Weakness, HterlUty Leuchorrhoea arts
lng from" Internal ulceration nnd uterine dls
ea?e, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation and
General Debility. wun. uieir uipmiurc
Dr. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell, Han.,
Practical and Analytical cnemlsto.
Bold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine,
- The wide-spread and growing popular
ity of the BiMHMiaaw family cew-
Q AC11IE$ can be in no way more
effectively shown than by a comparison of
the number of Machines sold, by the Singer
Manufacturing Company, with the sales oi
the other leading companies doing business In
the United States.
ThefolIowlng table shows the number of
Machines Eold during the year 1875, as taken
from the sworn statements of the different
companies, made to the owners of the Sewing
Machine Patent?, and can be relied upon as
Wheeler and Wlison Ml'g Co 103,740
Remington Sewing Machine Co "to.UO
Howe Machine Co. (est'.mated)..... 23,000
Weed Sewing Machine Co 21,993
Domestic Sewing Machine Co 21,452
Groverand Baker S. M. Co. (ostimated)-. 15,000
Wilcox and Glbfcs Sewing Machine Co 14,522
American B. H.etc .Sewlcg MachlceCo. 11,400
Gold Medal Sewing Machine l.o..... lita
Wilson Sewing Machine Co 908
Victor Sewing Machine Co.... ... b,ll)3
Florence Sewing Machine Co 492
E. Braunsdorff & Co. (JEtna) 1,447
Secor Sowing Machine Co .- 1,30
f.TTiv S. M. A3"n .... IB
- . r. r. vr VTTfl 1 nftTttinJl 11
win 279 MAIS STREET.
jVNX EITBK 3EAX.
Itosodale, $2 75
LIME tl 8531 60
ESCULENTS AND FRUITS Irregular; ap-
Eles scarce; per bbl, SI 60(37 50: lemons, per
ox, S4 50415; oranges, per bar, 14 6oa5; pota-toea-p.
b-Il 35160:earlyrose, 85cQtl25: rus
sets, 75c(g.Jl; cabbage, per head, 79IO0:
beans, per DusnM 11 iogi to; utitu uypim.
8330 : dried peaches, SQ9o.
table,35fj 10c : lnferior325c;eggsa2H13c ;
n alls per keg, S3 1033 25 ; vinegar, per sal., 1H3
25c; tobacco.per .4SoS$l: splce,1820c; pepper,
ilQiU::sraine, jiooio au; unwn, 1 n, ti, n-
ten, ilo, II W, ooai-oil, 1113100-, uuixun, rati
fl7: cotton rope, 18320c; grass rope, 12llo;
powder, kegs, K 35; ahou patent, 12 402 50;
soda, kegs, 6954c; fcoda, cases, estOXc
Below nigh, water mark.
H. M. LUDWIG. Sergeant.
Memphis Gasworks. Anril 29,
p.m. Rlvor 17 inches .below high-
water mars or ibbv. sna iaiung.
JAME3 ROUND, Superintendent.
New Orleans, April 29. Weather
clear and warm. Departed : a.ary Hous
ton, Ohio river; Grand Republio, St.
Pittsburg. April 29 Noon River
0 frtftt 6 inches and about stationary.
Weather clear and mild Night
River, 6 feet G Inches and otatlonary.
Weather clear and mtiu.
Cincinnati, April 29-Noon. The
rlvir Is risinir. weather nartlv cloudy.
.Nieht Klver, ia leet a incnes anu
iAlilne. w earner, raining anu warm.
JJenartod: vini csninKie, iu-emumsi v.
B. Church, New Orleans.
Evansvixle, April 29. Weather
cletr. Mercury, 49 to 703. Rlvsr 16
and 4-10 feet and falling. Pori-llstj-
Down: Cherokee.:8 a.m.: Asnlana, dWU
a.m.: Charles Brown and tow, 4 a.m.
Up: Thomas Sherlock, 2:45 p.m.; .ban
Cairo. Anrd 29. Noon Weather
clear and pleasant. Arrived: Mollis
Moore. St. Iiouls, 9 p.m.; City of Alton,
"fi n.m KpIIo of Bhrevonnrt.
Now Orleans. 7 a.m.: James B. Wll-
Mim. AHw t. M.f II. -
tt. PATTER. Laramie tS?tt, WvssMttgN
Get tb Gcnclne I Bewnrs of Imltatloua
ble and Eco
PARIS, April 9. Rentes, 103f. 6c
NEW ORLEANS, April 29. Gold,
1131: sight, i premium: sterling bank,
LONDON. ADril 29. Consols for
money and on account, 94 7-16; 5 -20a
of 1665, 103; 5 20a, of 1S67, 109J; 10-40s,
lu if, new nves, iutt; now tor uiu
tral, 101; Erie, 13; Erie, preferred, 21.
NEW YORK. April 29. Money closed
easy at 33 per cent, on call. Prime
mercantile paper, 4J6 per cent Cus
toms receipts, $187 000. The assistant
treasurer disbursed $400,000. Gold opened
at 112 and closed atll2i, all sales near- Un Tmt-hmo-. i .m Cons Millar.
ly having been at those Ilgurea. Carry- ninniti 7 a.m. DspiuUd: Ste.
Ina rates, 2,li, land 3 percent; loans vicksbure. 9 o.m.: Iron
Mountain, bt. Xiouis, 11 a.m.: moiue
fit: in it.
lady who has
where increasing popularity induces many
competitors to copy our names and marks as
nearly as possible. Be tore to get tbe sen.
enlng capped Cobset Stkbls. They are UN
floffic.m.iF. and lhelr fastenlnes do not
abrald the dress. For Bale by first-class deal
ers everywhere, thomsuh, iiAJNuiAjn
CO., New ork, Solo Importers and Patentees
ror tne u. h.
1 uo worn exactly am seen m uui-
Ia medicated with effective componnai.
oy aosQrpuoa, nciiu oa ui hw
Immediately, taklnK front the Brstem every par
ticle of Malaria ana BUloas poison, is equally
afflcadons and a sure preventlTe m sydls
casea growing out of a disordered liver. Thoso
who try them arewUd wIOj deught over their
la belnir countertelted. Bny none but those
bearing his picture ana aifmarare.
A aure cure and preventive for all
and Agues, " Bilious sisordsis,
Li?sr Cdsphint) Ksuralgn, Mm
... ... ....
Price S2.00. Will end by mall when aruggms xi
not keep them. Bend for book containing mucn val
uable information about this wonaerim curaiirt
were also maae n&t. uovbrumeoi
bonds closed firm; coupons of 18S1,
1867, 121J; do. 1868, 122f; new lives,
1181; 10 40s, regular, 117J; 10 40s, cou
pons, 1181; currency, 6s, 126i. State
securities were quiet and" prices nomi
nal; Tennessee 6s, old, 43; Tennes-
os, new, wj; virj?iui, uiu, o-,
Virginia, new, .32;. Missouri bs, 1041
Kailroau Donus were ami anu wiuiuut
any important ieature uns evening.
Stock speculation was marked by con
aiderable flenresalon. and large amounts
of Lake Shore, Micnigan uentrai, ra
clfio Mall and Western Union changed
Jnnlna ITnrt A Co.. 29 South Court St.
3'doors west ot Jno. Gaston's. Price 83 sent
by mall, postage prepa'U. -tw
Moore. 11 n.m.: James B. WUHams,
New Orleans. 7 a.m.: Cons Millar.Mem'
nhla. 8 a.m.: Usiie oi csureveport, ov,
Tyinis. 9 a.m NIeht Arrived: Gray
hound, Ohio river, 1 p.m.; Raven, St.
Trulls. 4 n.m. Denarted: Greyhound,
Memnhls. 1 p.m.: Ultv or Alton, Anew
Orleans. 7 n.m. River 38 feet ana fall'
ing. Weather clear and warm.
EXovetnenta at tbe Lctn,
JKo&t. Lewis & Co.s
IBIPHIS BOILER WORKS I
New aud Second-hand Boilers always on hand.
Steamboat and fiantauon vyors prompt
ly attenaea to.
FOOT ADAHS 8TM HHMPHI1, TENT?.
DR. J. J. ELOS3,
ix zr g o c n X) o 33L "t i at
una aain --aM.z.a.
EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN,
by tho use oi pure .Nitrous
onr-Bonrl Rt.imn for his Dental JIannal on
tbe care ana ) rwervauon oi tne natural team
ARTIFICIAL STONE GO. J. S5BELB &
-Rnfh. Whitfi river: Commonwealth KBnpwreiiyprepareutoiurnisn.atsnori
St. Louis: Rosa Miller, Arkansas river; a-
Rnbflrt Mitchell. New Orleans: Bee and Mono Btep, CbtmneyIaea nnd Tops;
,1 MUU w,w.. I , n.l..nB.n.flAnlD H ffron. C.M. n.n.lh. Vl.lni. rnphftlff
anl"; ."?AiS!Tu'.Y.i" ri. Stone Fenelns, Carriage Steps. Vase.
.nmtlHon nf tho trnnk-lines on DEPARTURES.
VU.LTWMMVH " r
passenger iares, neipeu tuo ueiciuu
Br. Ba S. Johnson's
5o. 17 JEFFERSON STBEET,
Bstweea Main and Front streeta.
ZSTABUSRZD IN 1S58.
DR. JOHNSON la aekBovledged fey H par
ties Interested, as by far tbe saest isaeiw.
rut nhyslolan In the treatment o( privateer
secret diseases. Qui ek, thorough ftDd perma
nent cures guaranteed In every ease, mate or
female. Recent cases of Gonorrhea and Syfe
111s curttl in a few days, without tbeaseel
mercury, efearjge of diet or hlndnuMe frm
bu mess. Secondary syphilis, the lst veeUge
eradicated without the use of mercury. Ia
vo antary Iohs of semen stopped in a sfesrt
lime, aunerers inm iiuiwusj m sex
ual r-ow-r8 restored to free vigor In a few
weeks. Victims of self-abuse ami ezeesslva
venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and
low of physical and mental power, speedily
and rrm.anenUy eured.
Women and cures guiranteed.
Throat and Lung Diseases eared by new
All consultations ainetiy conaaeeuai.
Medicines sent by ezpress to all parta of lh"
Office hours from 8 ajn. to 9 pjn. Bondays
from 3 to 5 pjn.
Nos. 260 and 882 Front StM Mempliie. Tenn,
B. K. PIiAIH. W. A. WILLIAMS. W. H. EADEH.
W. H. EADEE, & CO.,
Ofioo and Factory 358 and 360 Seoond Street,
JMottti TP""1 1 ta. - - - Ton rt ooaoo.
C1LOORINGH, MANTELS, MOLDINGS, CEILING, LATTICE-WORK, WELL-TUBING,
ers. Bcroli-Worfc. Newell Posts, Ilailastera and Fence-Pickets: alt kinds of Lnmher, rough
and dressed; Lath and Bhlngles. Framing Lumber sawed to order on short notice.
HED FOR OUR MOLniSB BOOK AND PRICE-LIHT.
IILHIIS ! 1816
WISHES to announce to her many menus
and patrons that she has arrived from I
her trip to New YorK, and also received a large I
supuly or an tne new ann jmumnnuici
(Jotitn of tlifl Heason, which sje has se
loofri niih irint care, una hones to be able to
milt all that mav favor her with a call. She
will still cany on the business at her old
stand, o. 4IO Stnlo street, nr-inlis, anu
under tne oia namein u. i,,rrjr..
We are now ready for the Trade with our usual heavy stock, selected for
SEN'S m B0YS' H&TS, WOMSIM TBIMMBD3HAT3.
tPISl A II
SSS WAJ.W STfSSlST.
IUPORTEKS Arflt JOBBERS OF
Offer a carefully selected stocli of
FOREIGN FRUITS, AMERICAN ARB BKGLI3H PICKLE:.,
Catsup, Sauces, Canned Good3, Fish, Seeds, German Produce,
Soup-Stuffs, Condiments, Flavoring Extracts, Etc
FANCY GROCERIES IN ENDCESS YARIETY.
I-Ordcr8 by Mail Promptly Attended To"t
NOS. 64ASD 66 WEST SECOND STHEBT, m ISNiTT.
No. 981, N. K. D. Second Chancery CeertTef
tneioy countyu. 1 . Auaerbon, tSBamis
sloper of Revenue, eta, v. F.FeMnM.
Tursuant to a decree ef MUe. eaterett 1b tfee
above cause on tbe sett dayef Mars. MM,
X win sen si puoue awun, eo m nucncMfc
bidder, for oash. at "the carthno doer of
Uhelby county. In city of Meeiplits, ob
Satnnlar, the 6th Djjof 3aj, 1876,
within legal hours, the following described
real estate, or so muen uiereui as mui
b sufficient to tot the taxes atMBdce'l
against said property, and all cos's, as stoown.
by aia aecree, to-wit: ri oi eoantry
No. 500, In city and county aforesaid, DOBBtfed
as lollows; Beginning at the fouth Me et
PorlarstreetS2 feet from corner of HlKhand
Poplar; thence ea?t with Poplar street 5 feet;
thence south 1184 feet; thence west with al'ey
96 feet; thence north li ft to tne beglii-alnx-.
This 30th day of March. 1876.
CommLwloner of Ke venue etc
H. H. Onmmnn. Attorney. mHUl tr
No. 1790, R. Chancery Court of Shelby coun
ty, Tennessee, rc. j . Cleans, jiary ti. anotuy
et al. vs. W. M. James et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory deerea far
sale, entered In tbe above eanse oa tbe
llth day of April, 1878. I will sell, at pub
lic auctton, to the highest bidder, la frost of
the Clerk and Master's office, new eoartbeasa
building. Main street, Memphis, Teaaefibee, on
Satnrdaj, Jffay 20, 1876,
within legal hours, the following deseribed.
property, situated In Shelby county, Tennes
Beginning a a stase on tue aorta ubd ui
John Hoom's 200-acre tract, or occupant, Ave
chains and 63 links west ot John Hoom's
southeast comer on ahlckory marked J. H. on
James Freeman's line; thence tooth 8ebalns
to a stake mtneBpnng Drancn; tnenee west
1 chains and 61 links to a stake; tbtnee HtU
: chains ana i lines to a sirko on ueo. v.
Oldham's north line: thence west with his
own line, passing his northwest corner 3J
chains and 82 links to a stake 7 links sooth at
a sweetgn m marked "B. a. G." oa Joepb
uallaham'sllne; thence north with said line
passing his, 19 chains and 30 links to a stake
Si links north of a poplar marked B. U.B.:
thence easts chainntoa stake from which a
2TJ W H llnkn a sweet gum marked B. M. O. on
John Hoom's line; thence south with sold
line 60 chains and 30 links to a stake 18 link
from a hickory marked J. 8., said Hoom'a
corner; thence east with His line 38 chains
ind 43 links to the beginning eoataialng
40 60 100 acres.
Terms of Sale Cash. Equity of redesaptfen
barred, as provided for in the deed of trust
herein. This April 19, 1S7&
K. A. CuLK, Clerk and Master.
By It. J. Black D. C. and M.
O. P. Lvl. Attorney. acW
BIJinOMllS ' & TBSADW2LL A K. TBEADWEL3U K. li. T3fiADWfJU
mm, lilllWIE 1 1111
jewelry Wholesale Grocers
ALL OV THE
VBBY LITEST DESIGNS I
AT PBICES TO HUIT THE TI5iife
3r Do not malte purchases lu tola lint
before ercnmlnltur tnlr locU aa
UNDER and by virtue of a Deed In Trast to
mo, executed by Henry D. Balkley and
Cara A. Bulkier, bis wire, on the 13th of July.
INTO, and repnrded In the Registrr'rt office ot
Shelby county, m tjoukHu. t7 ta-, to
secure an Indebtedness therein namrd, I, as
Trnste, at the request ot the creditors named
In said deed, tbe debt therein secured Being
past due, will, on
Saturday, Hay 13, 1S7C,
soil thn fnlIowln2 described real estate, situate.
J ljlng and being in the county of 8helby and
jbtateot Tennessee, and described as fallows.
to-wit: lieingportor lot bo.h.oi H. p.itkiu a
lan of Wlllougnoy wiuiamss snMnvMten:
ectnnlns where tae we-t line of La Hose
street Intersects the north line of walker
s ret; running thence nortnwaraiy wiin tae
west line of LsRose street three hundred aBd
thirty 3S0J feettoastake; thence weetwardly
parallel with Walker street three honored and
13 1 Ly iaJMJ eigllb uiuura iv uid caul, uira o t my
street iorty leet wiue; tiieuc mruitiwaijr
with said new street three hundred and thirty
S-Oj feet to Walker street; thence estwardiy
with Walker street 350 feet 8 Inches to the be
ginning, dale to be made at the front door of
the courthouse of Shelby county, in the eity
of Memphis, at public vendne, to the highest
hf.iif oi- fftr mall- Thn nnrchoftAr'a title to the
property so sold wilt be free of all right or
equity of redemption or repurchase. Title
Deuevea to De pe.ieci, uuhiwu sum etmrvjr
as trustee only.
api'J n. w rjULtPuiiu, xiamtx.
Hoa. 851 and 353 Second
And Cemetery Work of all kinds.
Bath, Wblte river; Commonweajih, j Bixewalkb a bpecialty.
DuiIdk the last hour transactiona were New Orleans; Robert Mitchell, Cincin-
isree. Wita an exciieu-ruariiei. buuiuo di nee uu usi
lowrst Dricea or tne weoK were maae in wua, ATKaiisaa unyj wijr ul ttususw.
moat cases Mlchlean Central tlecllnlng Arsansaa river.
in SSI. WfisLro union to b3i, 1jkb
Khore to 53J. Erie to 131, Northweatern,
nreferred to 66i. 8t. Paul preferred to
62 and Obioa to 16- The market closed
ar-tive. unsettled and feveriih. Trans-
HPtinn at the stock exehanc azereRated
223.000 shares, of which 17,000 were Brie,
78,000 Lake Shore, 9000 Northwestern,
30,000 Pacific Mall, 7000 St. PapI,
firtoo Ohios. 43.000 Western Union,
arid 22.000 iuchlean Central, Tho
cloalnc; Quotations were as follows
Oaceola, Bosa Miller.
Own- W. Cheek. A. J. White. Illi
nois, Cons Millar, Osceola Belle, John
B. Maude, Ste. Genevieve, Cherokee,
Ashland, City of Alton, u. tr. ecnencK.
BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY.
VicKSBOBQ Ste. Genevieve, George
W. Vickeri. master, ten a.m
Ht. Louis John B. Maude, W. H,
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Give this new Home Enterprise your liberal
Office and Yard : : 101 Union Street.
ap2 W. B. LOCK BY, Manager.
mEMPORARY LODGING ROOMS AND
JL Tract Defositobt, In charge of the.La.
dies' Christian Association,
15$ MAIN STREET,
next to the Temperance Lnnch House.
No. 1 Exchange Building,
168 Front Street ; ; Memphis. Term.
HAS REMOVED TO
231 SECOND, NEAR JEFFERSON
Rects dsee K'y,
Western Union telegraph, 64J; Quick- Bik0. master, five p.m
silver, 161; Quicksilver preierrea. ; Nbw ORLBANS-CIty of Alton, H. S,
facino aiau. i-u; aianpoau, ; man . ,,, tweviB in.
Sf A'ftSS New OBLEANS-Cherokee, George
combanv. 861: American Express com- won, master, nvejj.ui.
nanv. b;: unitea Qiates xsprtiu cuiu-i uuaio imAmu jiujj;i.
pany, 69; New York Central,112t; Erie, HELENA-Geo. W.Cheek.N. S.Green,
14; ririe preierreu, xaaneui, iooj, maater , live p.m.
KS.P . 3: Napoleon A. J. White, A.L. Cam-
'n.t'rru ":" f...: mlnse, master, five p.m.
amrv tr mi - in k m i i iiiin. ikir . nil nil k.i -
ASHPOBT usceoia xene, w. xv. j up-1
Hn, master, five p m.
Gold In New York closed at 112J;
same time laityoar, 115-.
The pboddce exchanoe again pre
sented a more active appearance yes
terday. If all merchants would do the
business there they can do, that estab
lUhment would flourish, and thay would
hi able to do lu one hour what often
tfc half a div's lunnlne about to ao-
omplifeh. Ths New Orleans Picayune
publish eome loaolntlona adopted by
the merchants' exchange of that place,
Hiat mav b vorth consideration here.
Thnu raAoiutliins B2iv that ono of the
Tr,in nhist of tbe institution Is the
tivA trarifisction of busineftj on the
tfmrnf th BTph&nire. and such is ab-
ohiflv neeetfarv to Its future exist
ence and welftire. Therefore members
nr prracted Ui make their wholesale
rtVrinDH nnd tales of flour, provisions
grain and feed on 'change only. Boy"
r not members are Invited to attend
'change free until tbe end of May, after
that date to ps.y $90 for the unexpired
rwirind of the vear. It seems absurd that
bayera should run from store to store
hunting up what they want, and sellers
stek, like peddlers, for cuslomers, "s-hen
ivitVt havers and tellers could meo. on
'change at ten o'clock every morning
S3d transact mnr uuaiucru nauiu
Th. '.Viant-pi hcur. Is it possible our peo-
ounnnt throw off cumteraome old
ohira nil name up to the Improve
m.nt. fof the tlmos? Thcsj who lsg be-
tin. nB in ihelr way of doing but!
rew, must not expeot to be among'the
in uwkmi Corn vesterday morn-
.ug was in full tupply, 1400 or 1600 sacks
stock. 64: Lake Shore, 631;
Central. 941: Cleveland and Pittsburg,
94; Northwestern, 40; Northwestorn
nKn.MWTf. .1.1 . . I Ll.'U. U I. II . IIIII....1I.. . .in.
cinnati and Indianapolis, 49: New Jer
sey Central, 971; Bock Island, 103-,
St Paul, 37g; bt. Paul preferred, C3j;
Wabash. 100: wabasn prelerrec, luaj
Fort Wavne. 102; Terre Kaute, 3;
Terre Haute preferred, 15; Chicago and
Alton, 97; unicago anu Alton preierrea,
Buth brcucht but of White river 189
halts cotton. 1451 sacBB coru, mi sacKs
nnt s iihip. wheat. s7 urv iiiaes, a duis.
ilpf r hidee. 1 bdle. dry hides. 74 buckets
h.iitor. "0 ntirs. sundries.
BoHa Miller brought out of Arkausas
river 219 bales cotton, 70 Dags seeu-cot-
IfLl- nilr nnil MlmiRsinni. 15?: Dsli- rnn 432 sacks cotton-seed, lot sundries
" " . c. I . . ..i.-u.ti cn i nn 1.1,1a
ware, Xiacsawanna ana western, oti I itooert mitcueu iaj io mc, -v uw,
Atlantic and Pacific telegraph, 17; potatoes, 20 sacks onions, 11 crates cao
11 1 a aiionim onn ta
clflc, prefsrred. 102 ; IndUina Central, 4 f ;
Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy, 16$;
Hannibal and Bt. Joseph, 13; Central
Pacific bonds, 106); Union Paclnc bonus,
104; Union Pacific land grants, 100;
Union Pacino sinKinc mnu aij.
raisins, 50 empty hogsheads, lotsun-
Oioeola broueht out of bt. U rancis
river 67 bales cotton, 43 bags seed-cotton,
49 sacks corn, 11 blues.
TiAwn she eoes the river.
Tno packets departed with fair trlpa.-
UueintHJ on tne jovee yeotciuujr
The Bee and barges passea up y ester-
ALL 8TYI1E0 OF AWSiaua JlAiJUi Au
.anolriul VnmltnTA rPnR rP(l find re
vamlshed. renpholstered and packed lor fchlp-
1 menu juattrestes iuauo auu icmnou. "
npts laid and cieaneu. r.arge wareuuu-o iu
Store furniture. H. UtJTTKNBERO.
U H. H0L8T
&. M. WJJZr& ISIS.
No. 263 SECOND STHEST.
lnn"H" Oogrt Hon
STRAWBERRY, GRAPE, PEACH, PNOEBTAK-ERS,
30 HAM St., op. jeeatxiOy Motel,
KT. LOUIS. Aoril 29. Wheat unset
tled r No. 2 fall, 135 bid cahl 8 H .t,??.
1 38 May, and fl 34 June. Oora a Tfa IdlewlJd took aboard a new set of
ehade lower; ; ,2 mixed, tanditagirJgye.torday. ,
cash and May; 41l41ic June. Oats Th 0-01 aJL out for St Francis
AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
vervduli: No.2 mixed, 33o bid; sales
nf rHeetod at30e. Rye lower to sell:
63o Wd. Barley dull; nothing doing.
Wblaky Btesdy, l os. provisions very
onlet: only a small Jobbing trade. Bran
Ia)UIBVI1LE, April 29. Kleurquiet;
extra, $3 604; rancy.feo 00.
Wheat qtnec uur. steaay, x aovwi w.
The Osoeoia Roes
tivpr Tnpsdsv. her regular dav.
The Smoky Ciiy,With a tow of coal,
named down vesterdav.ovenlnsv . ..
Crowds visited the Robert, .Mitchell
vcblprilav to arid thoae alllffatorc.
Tne raansaa suore aaa come to uib
surface again, aud Hopeneldiana are
The Robert MitcheU, from New or-
nn hnnH. a larare assortment of Mo-
talllo Cases and Caskets, and Wooden Comnt
rJSWePh promptly nUed, nd
JAilEiJ JTLAHSSTTia. J.BtJLLIVAa
A FULL LINE OF
Flooring, Ceiling. Siding,
Shinties and Lumber on hand.
ear Orders promptly executed.
"W. H. BUTIB & CO.,
Corn firm, 47485." Oats scarce andT firm, Ieans to Cincinnati, added here four Saw and Plaining MUls Front street, near
FLAHERTY & mwm
39ffi43a. Hav dull. SIS. Provisions
stronger and tending upward. Pork,
$22 50. Bulk meats, Sl8t. HJUJc
Bacon, rsi I2j, I2t(iztc. ongar
rmred ham-. 141(3iloc. Lard tierce.
141o; keg, 15c Whisky, $1 07. Bag-
giEffqaiet but arm, l2iuo.
CHICAGO. April 29. Flour quiet;
common to choioe shipping extras, $4
hundred bales of cotton
President M'Ghee. of the Charleston
railway, was a passenger down the river
on the Idlewild yesterday evening.
There was an Immense crowd on tne
blufli yesterday, who were delighted
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS,
MKRTirfO of the BtockhOiaera ui iuo
A Bifl KifelghlUllroad Company
1 1. . V I . L v. '1.1 tl,. rkfMMfif J. M.UUlCUliUIi'a?!
With the muslo by tlie lUlewilU's Dana. """n he b day of May next, for
Captains Nowlan and Harbin yester- ggSffof FirQ". LAm.
uy cnartereu ma uuy oiaukushioi apswea junawau'""--
317 and 318 Seasnd Street,
a ear Monro i :
t HEHPHia, TUSH
.,t Rnbea. Qtn ta'Baltx. and all kind, ol
.offln Trimmings for sale. Special attention
paid to tne uemortu 01 wauum, j m
2 0 c"
oe ss s:
- Ma '
$ ? s
iHS,"f' T l
(SUCCESSORS TO PETIIX & rjIMP50S),
COTTON FACTORS & M
No. 1 Howard's Bow,
Sash , Laths
Bunds : Shwsies
ajfi .4 'K.VT1- I W m I C
I j mTTQM FAOTOES
S71 A SS 33SEAXW SsT,,
OBA.S. 3". :j23:2::2jXa3CES3 OOttoxt .ju.06-aixi
iahw ATVA?ICEa MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OK COTTON TO MESS . BROWS
BY vlrtne of a Trast Deed to me execnted on
the llth day of November. IS75. and of a
corrected deed on the 13th day of the same
month by M. W. Lewis and EUea W. Lewis,
nis wire tne nri or wnicn is regigterea in
Kecord Book No. 109, page 55; the last in mme
book, page S3, to seenre tbe payment of cer
tain promissory notes therein df seribrd. all of
wblcu remain unpaid, and by the term ot
which Trust jjeeu an or wmoa are now age,
will, at tne request of the beneaetaries, oa
Saturday, the 20th Day or May Next,
at the courthouse door, on the comer of Main
and Poplar streets, in the city ot Memphis, at
IZ o cioca. m., proceeu ui Feu, at puuuc uwwij,
for cash, the following described real estate,
to-wlt: Beginning at a point on th- sooth
side of Adams street three hundred i860 feet
east of the Intersection of the east i.ne ot me
first alley east of Third street; thenee east
with the south side of Adams street fllty 691
fMtr thenca snnthwardly one hundred asd
r.rtv-i"ht and one-half flK1 feet at right
aoKiP with Adams street; thenee westwardly
In a Une parallel with Adams street fifty f5M
feet; thence northwardly one bandred and
forty-eight and-one-half HSXl the be-
glnntae-belngpart or orljpnai ici4?7.
Aim. nnn strlo of land adfolning the west
line of the above-described premises, being
one font In width on Adams street and run
ning back one hundred and forty -eight aod-one-half
I118K1 ieet- tt being the same property
upon which the Whltemore House Is built.
Tiifl Astnltv nf redemntlon Is waived. The
title is believed to be good, but I sell only as
truster. B. F. SMITH, Trastee.
SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool, England.
Staple and Fancy Gr
OITUCE MEMPHIS BOARD HEALTH,
268 SEX OND ST., COB. COORT.
2aempuiH, icuu., aiu u, wiv.
sb-Citizens aro hereby notified to thor
oughly cleanse their premises (back-yaras,
alleys, cellars, etc.). On the first of May the
sanitary lorce will proceed to make a syste
matic examination of the wnoie cny, ana an
cases of ncclect will be reported. The vicious
habit of throwing dead animals, fowlc, etc.
Into the streets must at once be stopped. Such
nuisances must be reporteu at me auuiuu-
honse, ana wiu at once 00 removeu.
HEUElt JONES. M.D., Secretary.
3 carloads Bnlk Sides and Shoulders,
25 tierce Bngarcnrfd Umbo,
Iioim Rrrakfaat Bacon.
400 boxen N.T.Stnt and AuinirK Oif etc
3O0 tubs Choice Batter,
630 bbls. risnr-varjoii irau,,
1000 cs. cobbM romatsea and gstar. .-irn
1000 cases feacbe. lrirbf rilr, 1 Hf
BOO pK. Splel tlsfetniM TsiMtws
.too libla. YellH and hlieSir,
3SO nDcki Java. Kio and t"orrtoa foeH
CO bbl. and nr. bbls. tjwert ildcr, eic.
1300 pbK. ilactcrel.lIcrrlni.Wliltefljih
COB. FRONT AN3 TTJ3TOW-5T8.
. .nnCl I.I.' If Tl rlWr U1T.T.
VI MEMPnrs. Tens.. April 10. 1878.
eiTThB ARsessord of Dersonal property hav-
lni cnmnleted the afisessments for the 49th
corporate ear (IS76), and the ten days baring
ezpirea ror iue conecuoa oi urruns cw.tiu
n iTRQUiRH oi Las rpuuireiueuu ui uia yiuiu-
auce passed uctooer urn, ana approvea
ber 17. 1S7I, section 4,of which Is as follows:
Ktrtinn 4. ise lr runner oraamea. rnaiaiieri
thn emlratlnn of said ten days, the Mayor
shall, of his own appointment, name a Board
or .Equalization on personal pioperiy mwco
ments, to consist of ten merchants and busi
ness men ot tee city, who shall, as far as pos
sible, represent the different branches of busi
ness In tbe city, whose duty It shall be to care
tally consider the a sessments made and re
turned hv the Assessors, and to correct the
same on the principle of equality and Justice I
In taxation.. But no assessment snou oenmeu
until after tne person or crm wnoseassewsmeuv
laaeemeuioo Email bnaii dutb uwb cueu uo
lore said Board, and the accuracy of the afli
segment lully investigated.
t hnwnr ennomi me lono-xinz-nauieu utu-
sonsas said Board of Equal'zatlon on personal
property assensmenis, viz :
I. Al. Hill, of Hill. Terrvt Mitchell.
A. J. While, or wniie, iingsiau suo.
B, Lowensteln, of B. Lowensteln Jc Bros.
John K. Speed, of V. A. Clarko &CO.
J.J.Bmby of J. J.Bnsby &CO.
H.J. Camp, of Bryt on & Camp.
D P. Madden, of Hadden A Avery.
Trthw T.lllv nf .Tnhn f.illv.
John E. Handle, of Handle, Heath & Liver-
n w innm nf (1. W. Jones& Co.
Said Board will convene at the Mayor's
office, city of 5' aatuniay, tne zia
ap20 IPPIN, Mayor.
SEMMES & CO.
297 MAIN SXBESH,
Wo are making a specialty In
WWcli!weIar offering at lower prlcea t6n tue componsd! Iqaora ot tki ab4 otic
A ITUUL LIHS or LOW-GRADE WHISKIBS. gto.
L, 8. liHMW,
BY virtue of a Deed or Trust execnted to
me, as Trastee. on the 8th of Doeombor,
1873, which is recorded In Register's ere of
Mhalhr conntv.Tennesse .In Kecord Book No.
W.pp. 210. etc., I, W. P. Wilson, as soeti Trus
tee, at me request ui iuq iwqudiwj, nmw
Tncsdar, the 2d Day of JJuy, 1876,
between the hoars of 12 m. an-' 3 p.m- en
Viullvtn street, south side, and east ol Mala
street. In cltyot Memphis, Tenn., before the
office of Western Union Telegraph Com pany,
aroceed to sell, tor cash, at public aoetlon, to
le highest bidder, the certain land and prem
ises aescrioeu anu cooveyeu w in ib wiu
Deed of Trust, deseribed thns: sitnavsd In
the Tenth Civil District of Shelby eoantyT
TamiMw. in section one.ranm five of tbe
eleventh surveyor's district: HsginntDK at a
stake 90 links wet of a redoak marked at a
corner, and running menee east one enatn
and 12 links to a stake 22 links east of said
tree; thrnce south three chains ana 19 links
to a SlaKe Wliu a itsuuaia. fiuiuivr: mw.co
north Wf-i0 east six chilns and 39 link to a
stake wltn redoak pointer; tnenoe north ti
eatl four chains and il links to a Make with a
pottoak pointer; mence norto w?t eat rariy
six ehalns and 39 links to a stake a spaBtah-
oak, sweetgum and elm pointer); taenee
north thlrtr cnains ana -a nnxs io a staee oa
an old whlteoak slum p with dogwood and oak
pointers; thence west nfiy-slx chains and Ml
links to a stake 00 llnkt we-t of a reviews:
Inter wl h wuiowoak and poetoak powters;
fnee south thirty chain and 7C. links io th
beginning belnK ihe same land conveyed to
tho graaier of this Deed or Trast by it C.
MeOuwell and W. J. ImvalL in said Deed eT
Trust the equity of reoeraptlon Is waivd and
conveyed to me. Tbe tlt.e to said mad to be
lieved to be seod, Mit I will not warrant tbe
title. April W, 1878.
apll w. t. wiLSOJt. Truoteo.
FASTIOUZt&Il ATTBNTIOH tAID XO THS 8AX.Z 1T COTTOS
BY vlrtne of the terms of a certain ded la
trnst, made to me on tbeSMh of Hantuui
br, 1W1, by K. C. and H. L. Briakly, which
Is of reeerd in the Kegtster's otHee of SMby
eonnty, Tennessee, In book t. paae 23B, and at
reqaeHof the holder of the debt tkereln se
cured (tbe said debt, Interest and eosts betnir
dneandnnpakl),! will proceed to sell, to tb
blKhest bidder, at public sale, roi caan. at tbo
sonthwest corner of Main and Macteem sweets,
in Mempbis, Tennessee, on
Monday, Jane 5, 1878,
at 12 o'clock noon, the property desartbed In
raid trH deed, as follows, to-wlt: Bwn lot
"- , . " " uvvn me pian ana map of
the cfty of Memphis, beglnnlna; at tb lnler
secUon of tne east Une or Sexsood sireM wuh
the sonth nne of JeOemon streot: rnaaloe
thence east with tho Footh line of Jeflfcr-on
??rR::,lil?,nndla and IO)ty-4htand one
oalf HK) feet to a stake; t&me! sosith vr
allel with Second street SMrenty-lbtu and orle-
qSaJrtr.fi)? to a 8t8ke ! thenca west nar
allel with Jeflersou street m bandred and
f?lrAf4hl ope-half (1H) fe- to the east
line of Second street; thenee with aaM.eist
line be-enty.foar and one-qaaner (74V et
to the beginning corner.
Alleqnltyof redemption is barred by said
trt S jdeed, and tho title Is believed to he geed.
Dot 1 sell as trustee only.
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