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TBI .TFlMPPTTB xJiLTLTZr APPEAL-SUNDAY, MAY 14. 1876.
FI3ASCI! AND TBAD. The financi il uewa o! the Jay can La summed In one word ditto. Like th"1 Siblnx tbat ib eternal silence gzes w.",h unwinking eyea upon the deert arju-d It, bet tells nothing, the banks tt!J sitlilugbteitue, like the myaterl o-jt?pbinr, :hey hve nothing to tell Ea3 e8 da'l. exchange scarce, money L ' unolled for and unemployed U. o particular eonipri.'e the little naJtit o j who brief t-cle, the lanker : l1 sii.2 hta dllv refrain. The limit! m c of cotton keep down the eupply of cx bange to bo low a pDliU mat mere 13 .'inai sutpjtoc or onirjncy. (i 3 alv&newNn York at noon to U btra brokers wr-re olf.il Ins? 111. f ;h were eteady aud without chance Tko city currency bands wero bought t v the fuadioz commissioners at 39. A t o jand Merchant Jnwrano stoak was c ller.i g at 14, aud a thousand Uas stock a' 03. x.ibange r-ta remain at par 1 and j premiam Belling on Jtew Y L; on New Orleans J dfcejunt buy- I k war EtiUug. Buying. M(MJ. u t 3 ' h; tax ti p ;.lc tax KCrtPi 17.. 5a) eiMS 76$7 TS.SW Tan cotton market yesterday was cn :r-ly devoid of nnnlmatlon; Ktw York was uun anu lower ror epov, ana Tj ur a clo-wl umettled, wblle New Or irzzi wis irregular. In our market the d mitd wm vtry light; and prices more easy and irregular than on tug day pre v. ui Ihe New York Bullttin,ot Thurs day, ret.orled: "The goner! market baa bad another attack of the "blues,'' pic b sbowiDg a shrinkage all around, aI Lu-Inees leaving ofl with an ab o rce cf s reog b apparent. Spats were olle.-ci wuh freedom, and it is evident t:;a'. a gest many holders are anxious to c"'-33 out, but they meet with little en- ur&ncnitjot In tbeir ilTirts, even when a..--.iiZ easy terms. Expoitera claim that tuey da not wauteupplles, and thry cc:UlJ.y wilt their actions to their w , J , white spinners remain in the In u IT i Lts rt of mood so long fchown, z 1 Ilvly r-fesj to handle any stock l.uj must urgent necessities f.n.e tbem. Oj ctHra-u there baa been a eoitof r tubrity to the market for the day, t was a regular decline, prices I.e r.' on the diwnward turn al u: yrl without interruption, and making lj u 3-163 drop from yesterday. We oiHWVer nothitg to ctue any rc i ? f f jwdIc or Ut r, tut the market :: p ire J to droop tolely under exiaticg fs rpointments. Liverp-ol failed en tirely o ropond to the tlrm tone cent o.cr rjm here last evening. Tho water .3 .. MifctieeippI dcoj not riee to any fu; i.-r alnoiug extent, and the accu ruia io ) of spot cott irtnotwltbstandlt g t'.e re uced ooat, falls to find an outlet Qu .ius at the Memphis 03tton ex- c jnga wete as roiliiva: Day Ofort ( J onlmnrj (S 9' -1 JUai: All USH sis4 I.ul.iDi: lair AM M rket quiet and eas,: w.it8 400 bales. c! il wjM5h dplni.e tok 00, export-r-i jJba!. Dosty ootto-ig quote 6 t TX' sM od. 710s Prioeo. middling same time last year, 15 l-10c COTTON bTATEMENT. 1S76-. 1K71-5. n !roJ yesterday-. o lot T7 Kf-t . se.as w K71 SCO.ffJfi 110,1 80.683 ihiportt M. & C. R. K.. 43; L. & N G S B B. 76; M. 1. K. it. W., 03: t;a je'B. 88S, estimated per wagons aiid o li rponrow. 0 Exports. M. A C. R R , 402; M. & T It. R 513; by rail north, 462; by rail south, 513. Ue fallowing are the official tele of te condition or the domestic mu?U as received at the cotton ex-casnz-: nre o i Jie Ttitgramt MarkH. IcS Is. STlet. llrreeolar 212, nil 11 5-16 "I sS 12 12 5-16 124 cwOriaB. Si S 2,900 ISM H vanLiai- A'l'.Ttntln N .rlo;a I i or- on- H'j. 1. U!H Wea4er. lull. UuleU lull. Heavy. 3C, 217 219 100 31 in 9S 8W s sas SB -Ta1iT' 2 I lull. S; 11 V.n ..m N-iw Vnrb nloslnir tele- gri repor'B: Ordinary, 8Ja; roo.1 ord'iiry, 10J--; low middling, lljc; m.JJlinit, 12 3-16i. Price of middling B3ma lime last year, 16iJ. Sales. 69u baios. Tone of the market at 10:20, du 1 and essier; 12:15, quiet; 2:15, dull; 3:05 du:l. lua following are the closing ratea m New York futures for yesterday and the day b -fore: iiOXTEB. TE3TIUBAT. ' DAY EBTOKE. May. 13)2 1-32 12KS12 5-32 Ja e, !Jl! 5-l-il2 11-32 Anlu-IJTirUi T-lfiftl IM! 12 21 3212 11-16 plemWrJre 1S-&I2 7-16 .iffijflU 21 W OcWK" 8-3212 5-!8 I2 17 32 ijT- '-hr Ji .V,-B!12 S-1B il2 13-S!12 7-18 Jccn.Ur 12 5-32412 8-16 12 U-32Q12 7-!6 "aales, 3f,600; tone or tlie market at 10:15, -b-.dj tetter; 10:45, Arm; 2:25, ... I?ew Orleans yesterday quoted mid dling at 11 at the dose, against 16J . at tae same dme lat yor; roceipU, 308 bjds; !., 2000. Tne market closed I it ga!a and ty. YtMterday's Liverpool closirg tsle Krrtn repsrts: Drjlands, 6Jd; Orleans, 6 5 lbd. The price of middling up lanJs xatne limfl laat yenr was 7JJ. 8 s 600 of which 400J -were Amtrl can; received 7400, of which 6500 were Amer.ca'. Market dull. The Liverpool market for arrivals, was tij'.eter; June and July delivery. Ha vaneah or Charleston, l.m c, 6 1 16d; Ju'y and August, ditto, 6 5 32d: at 1:30 Alay, ditto 61; at5:30 quiet acd steady ; A guit and Bptemuer, ditto, 6 7-32J. " Tue movemeut at all the ports was re- por.ol asOiiows: TU1 Ianl iBime Time I Week. : Wt. Iast.YeJ. IUc'W rtnee F'i Eip'iiO. Hrltaln i'xp'aloConan'il 2817 4.S&S 2S75 38,3W 1.122! W,99li "nirt in New York olosed at 112; same lime laityew, 115. The QENHKAii MLKKBT had nothing bat the usual dullueee yesterday. JVe cbwrve tbat in consequence of the pre vilInR quietude merchants of some of tbe towi-8 and citlea are agreeing to close their store at three o'clock on Saturday arterno- na, a thing that can ba readily d jje at this dme without any neglect of Lu3ice. Corn I taken to the moder ate extent of arrivals, 293 sacks southern srown, in burlapp, and 1E6 in eeoond Saad guunias. eold at 503. Oats were ecarce, with ellght Inquiry; 30 tacks of c1 oice toid from store at 44c. Mran was -wlfuu; movement, nominally $14 50. jfiv is negltd dealers advise owners in, to ship; there is no timothy In the marker, & moderate quantity of it would nvit with customer; a car-load of prairie, ema'd bslee, eold at SS Corn inca', there was none on the market, It f u .poed that If ollered It weuld bave b-ao'ht 55. Bxu ro in ,ittle de' rnand at 7551. Strawberries were w : iiTe at IKM a oise. Vegetables of all klnls8 are plenUmlly supplied t tte city markets that cabbigaa, orrions, Lew potatoes and the res ; excite lu- l.ltlf attention. Egg sold at 13 JZI-. rccadonally 143 was ootained. BuVcr r-malts drooping: country old at K- 15a; bat Hitle prairie olfsring was c-d euigh to brim; more than 20c. Chickens were In emcll offsrings, ana no o.j;r poultry was in the market; some sprg sold at 2-S3 26; mixidatS3 50 C-4-, heis at $4 254 60. ITxdcs are tjet, flint, 20 pouuds and oyer, 14c; ULdci 20 pound?, 1013c; dry ealted, S t 10?, at ta welgm: green 3ru,tv., rr-V j. 458s; lambskin?, 2550o; sheep- ur? a c'sklns, 22252. Beeswax, per 1 --J, -Ya&a. Tallow, per pound, J '. Wool, washed, 1035j; nnwasbed, Th. are merchants' w j3aie cab prices, as reported by the Fit ' "H-a:dy; IP(Vfie, Jt TDOS; doebU JjiiN-DaU; xnlxti, 5&&s hlte, C657c F0Tt-J-teady: ailsed. 15330c; white, KSSfl P .ixa H Y- Till; clKloa rcera. pral- LiirtCi breakUia. Hlli; sucar-cunJ loni c.cr it- m. IlKo; dear rib tdw, HHc; clear di. llSft"?t -5 bm IBKallc; me ,v- t. 2 50 23: ramp pork, M; packed. L'ii-blil; m Uerwa.4allc; kosj. 1W (i!(V, ball brrl, HV;c: In pallii, UHQUHc. UMISU STUFKH-lialet; bagslnK, 2 and ;v i j. uaUHc; baling twine. H&lio; Iron HAOUCUEL Qalet: balr bbls, ho.1. ta 5 C.:r--lt barrels, o.2, H75SS; Half barreii. No.S J7&7 M; kiU.No. 1.J1 751; tlta. "o. 2. WQITK KlHII-lIalf brreta. -1 7J (JOKKKE-UulM; onlinarr. MUMilr: fair. 21S$Se; cowl, 2Tc: prime, 3c; . lc. Slo; Java, c;i O'uova, wzze KICK -Onllnarr to eholee. aWc HUOAIl LOUISIANA lo Wil: Brm: lalr.be: lully lair, tJie; prlm, Vi-: choirs, Ko; yellow elanBd,iowie; vrblleKitc. Barrrtod. f.'e blztur. SUU R KEK1NKD Klrtn; andrd A. perX 10?28lc; crushed and puwdered. 11JJ lie: cranaialed. HHc MOLASBS-Pirm: coinmoa. )o: fair. iSt ISc; pnrnp.ilfjilc; ktrlcUy prime, a&Xc; Ian HiltUfM itady ; common to raney. -MO Vc HALT Coane aod ootaiuoo flne. In bbla. 11 75; dairy, m bwa.e 7; uverpooi coanie, In Muik. Jl SOfll i; Uvvrpool flue, In sacks, II ftSil 7a, WJA1' IU1B and Uermac, ; I&Ulog'K. aa. CAlsOLBi-Boxea, fall welebt, lSc; half HTkCII-ICSc peri. WUJKKV- bSettU pr aal. JJME-II 3S1 38 pr bbl. CEMENT-Louwville, : Kodale. 13 75 per bbl. BSCUI.KKT8 AND FRflTH Irresulnr; ap p!e scarce; per bbl, !l 5M7 50; lemoos, jifr lor -p. bll 2Sgl 3; early ros, 75cl : new, JlftS; rcreu.7&tll; cabbafe, per bead ,7lk: ouiooa.Bew.St toijl 50; beas, per baahM II 2a I "i; dried pn wJ9loc; dried aehtm,9fll0c. MISOELIj N'Borri Inoaular; butter-ww-eraUblr,2uae;lnrerior, 'JlKc; o,1817o; nalla Derate. S3 10U25: vlnenar rrvraL.18cc 25o ; tobacco,pi H-.vicMl : spler,li2ic; pepj.er, 2ler22c:ardlnra, lll GO; oyMera, 1 a, il ; nys- wru, a, si w; ooui-oii. i.uiee; maicuet, e 76 Q7; cotton rope. liJOc; graM rope, 12llo; powder, tun. K 3: nhot. paicnt. K 4a2 M: nod a, kess,5S9ic; ioda,caa,6eXc. H0XEY MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, May 13 -Rsntef, 105f. 22Jc. NEW ORLEANS. May 13. Gold. 112fQU3;; 8'ght exchange on .New Yortr, I uremium: eterline exchance. bankers' bills, 6-51. LONDON, May 13. Consols for money and account. 96 5-16; 5-20 of 1S55, 105; 5-203, of 1867, 1091; 10 40j, 107J; new fives, 1C6J; New York Cen tra", 99; Erie, 14; Erie, preferred, 22. NEW YORK, May 13. Money. 2 per cent, on call. Prime mercantile paper, 40 per cent. Customs receipts, J172 000. The assistant treasurer dis bursed S272 0G0. Clearings. $19,000,000. Gold opened at 112J, advanced to 112, and later reacted to 112 j, closing a; tuatprioe. carrying raiee, l(ai, a anu 'J. per cent. Lons wen also mudo flu. Government boado dull and sie&'iy: coupons of 1881, 1228; do. 1855, 114 J; do. lfcb-D, new, 11BJ; do. Ibb7, inni. .1- , too I011.,.r0 117. 1( Af. regular, 117 j; 10 40a, coupone, 118J; currency, 62, 127j. State Eecurities were quiet and prices nominal; Teune3ieo 6j, oldV 43; Teunes ee 6i, new, 41; Virginia, old, 31; Virginia, new, 31; Miwcurl 63, 105t Railroad bonds quiet. The stock mar ket, which was weak at the opening, wa characterize! by extreme duliutss later, and closed dull uud eteady. In some cf the active stocks there was a fluctuation of J ptr cent, but most of trie list remained ntationery throughout the evening. B peculation teemed to have come to a complete halt, and there was a general Icdigpositlon to opera tlouu. B.me idea of tho dullnets may be obtained from the fact toat the total transactions for to-day reached only 60.000 share , of which 400 were Erie, 2300 Lake bhore, 4000 Pacific Mail, 14 000 Western Uolou, 6000 Mlculcan Ceitral. The clojlng quotatiocs were: Western Union telegraph, 66; Qu.ck- eilver, 16i; Quicksilver prefarred, 20, facmo Man, sjg; Mariposa, if, Mari posa preferred, 7; Adams Exprts com pany, 110; Weils & Fargo's Express compary, 871; American Express om- lny, b; unued ;aiea jiixpres com pany, 70; NewYorkljHntrai.llOJ; Erie, 151; Erie ureferred. 19: Harlem. 137: Harlem preferred, 133; Michigan Cen tral, 4olt Panama. 28: Union. Pacific stock, b3; lrtiIe Shore, 4f;' Illinois vycuuoi, owl, vyiofiawm Biiu iiuauurg, 93; Northwestern, 4Qi; Northwestern preierrtu, oaj; uievemtu iiumuu, Cin cinnati and Indianapolis, 48: New Jer sey Centra, 94; Rock Is-land, 10SJ; BLPaul, 3SI; 8t Paul preferred, 64i; vvaoasn. z; vvaoasn prererroc, 3; Fort Wayne. 102r: Terrs Haute. 3: Terro Haute preferred, 14; ChlcsEO and A'ton, 83; Chicago aud Alton preferred, 104; OUo and Mississippi, 17J; Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western, 8i; Atlantic and Pacific telegraph, 17; Missouri jrwjinc, 13 j; Auaunc ana pa cific, preferred, 2I;Iodi.na Centra!, 4; unicago, JsuruDgton ana yuincy, 17J; Hannibal and Bt. Joseph, 14; Central Pjcifio bands, 107; Union Pacific bonds, 104; Union Pacific land urants, 99; union jracmc making muo ij. DRY GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. Mayl3.-The general market is BlugRlch with agents, jobbers and Importers. Uottnn goods steady at unchanged price?. Fine bleached sheet ings are closely said up. rjnirtmg prints are in fair demand, wi.u ranciei quiet. Knickerbocker three quarter percales will be reduced one-hair cent on Mon day. The Bulletin says tbat three bun dred and fifty cases of Johnssn ging hams will ba peremptorily sold at au& tlon on Thursday next. PRODUCE MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. CHICAGO, May 13. Flour ia quiet and steady. Wheat demand active, opening strong and higher, but closed at Inside prices: No. 2 sprluer. SI 033. Corn active but lower; No. 2, 47f47j. Oati dull; No. 2, 30Jc. Pork steady and firm at S20 95f21. Lird firmer at 14 25c Bulk meats firmer, 7llf5jllc. Whifey, 51 07. LOUISVILLE, May 13. Flourauiet. Wheat quiet and dull. SI 151 30 Corn Sal. t a 46.4S.v Oata acilve at 37foi42 sy dull, $15 Privislono trons;erwlth better feeling. Po'k,$2 50. Bulk meats, 8. 10IU, lllla. Iia:o,9 IHI2, liifc Bugar-curea hams, n(i)Hje. Liu t"rce, 14c; kegs, 14 Whisky, $1 07. Bagging quiet at li'13c CINCINNATI, May 13. Flour easier but not quotabJy lower. "Wsest steady, with a fair demand, SI 151 30. Corn very firm and In Hera asking higher ratt-s: email sai?a at asz. ujw ami, aa 432. Pork quiet, $21 Lard 9f rsog and higher; steam soiu at lz.-oi.dus, ciog ing at the cutside; kettle, I3(S)13c. Bulk meats Urmer. bt, 11 oO(u j mc - cod quiet. Whisky, SI 07. Butter dull. ST. LOUIS, May 13. Flour stead , with (rood demand for medium grades; doable extra fall, $4 504 So; treble ex trn,S55 60. Wheat dull; No. 2 red winter, $1 40 bid. Corn easier; No. 2 mixed, 451c. Oats dull, S35c Whisky, $1 OS. Pork dull, S21 2521 50. Lard- no marKtt. uaiK meia quiet, i(?)f, 10j10J llUic Baciu quiet, 8, 11, 12Jc Hogs active, firmer and higher; light shipping, $6 25C 40. NEW YORK, May 13. Flonr loss active and holders more disposed to real ize; superfine western anu etaie, t iu 4 50; St. Louis, $5 259 Rye fljur quiet. Cornmeai quiet Wheat dull and In buyers favor; No. 2 Chicago, 1 201 23. Corn in active demand; mixed, no grade, 67058!:. Oats more steady; 3S(3i47c for mixed wtsttra and State. Ccffes quiet and scaicely so firm: Rio. carrots, 15JWibc gold; Jib bing, 15J19Jc gold. KUar qni"t, but firm; prime, 83; refined firm, 9J105c Pettoleum dull; crude, 8Si3; refined, 14c Pork decidedly firmer; new meee, S2I 152120. Bc-ef quiet; pickled hams, lSfdlJc; miauies. iofg ciea. weaieru, 12ii: citv lonit elf ar, lis. Lard active and higher. 12.9513o Cheese quiet, 8llic Whisky, $1 11 Jl 12 NEW ORLEANS, May IS Sugar common, 7jc; lair 10 miiy rair, sw Sic: prime, 812; no choice on nana. ilOl&PSiS Cmrnuu reiiuiieu, ow, jjiiuid to strictly prime icrme.iting, j(a 45o. Flour cominoo. V-i o; nno 10 superfine, $33 75; double extra, $i 60: treble extra, 54 505 'Jo; choice ana family, S5 507 60. CJin moderately active and higher; western mixed, 62;; at S2 752 65 CUTee dull and lower; RI j, ifiSiifile. P .rk. 21 75. Bulk meats aht-u'.dars, fij8o; loose clear ribs, 12c, clear, 12c Bujon eboulderr, BJc; clear rite, 12Jc; cler, 12J3. Sogar -cured hams, I3fcui4c xaro nun; ueioo, m, refined. 131c; keg, 1314c Sutter, COTTOH PAOTORS. ESTABLISHED 1S40. J. & J. STllH & 00,, a:;d- COTTON FACTORS, No.l Exchange Bulletins, 108 Froat Street : : HempbJs, Tean, while wefiiem, dds; yeuow ramu,i-. Hals. 41fo,42c Bran, 77?c. Hay, S14 50. fair demand and higher Weather and River. Th warm curronU still play with our raven loots, oui me appeirance or neavy-io'King ciouaa in tne nortnwest last evening inatcate a chance to a con ditlon of wetness soon. The liver rcse four inches at this point yesterday. uttier streams are getting along cleverly, We append particulars: OrnoE uia. Bnu Oeh. U.a a,i MexriiiE, Mey 13, 3 p.m. j AIove low Cbnst'a : i M'ater. 1 Ther, KeeU 1 In'a.j lc't I IcV i ues- Cairo - Cl&etnnatl 12 II 12 11 11 11 10 3-i 5 13 5 SO 31 11 8 . 1 i. 70 IX to 71 mT 73 71 hi St 81 71 M Uveoport.. Dubuque- Helena, Ark Keokuk Lt-avtin worth loul111e.. 3Iemiibl 1 5 '. T1,. "i"! Omah Naartvllle New Orleans. a 11 10 i 10 1 10 ri Unbare Hhrevepart,. Ht. ton la. . 12 Vlokkburg . Below blga water mark. H. M. LUUW1U, Serceanl. Memphis Gasworks, May 13, 2 p.m River 23i inches below high-water mark or lbs; 4 inches nee in me lait twenty-four tiourj. JAMES ROTJND, Superintendent. BY TELEQBAPH. PrTTHBUEO. May 13 Noon. River, 5 feet 1 inch and rising slowly. Weath er cool and pleasant Louisville , May 13. "Weather warm and clear. Departed: Thompson Dean, Cincinnati: U P. Schenck, New Or leans; Andy Bum, Memphis. New Orleans. May 13. Weather clear and warm. Arrived: Kobt. Mit chell. Ohio river; Bee and barge, St. Louis. Departed: ThoR. Sherlock, Ohio rivrr; Bee and bargfs, St. Louis; Katie e. ivonntz, Arkansas river. Cincinnati, May 13 Noon. River falling. Weather clear and pleasant Night River 41 feet 6 inches.and rising. Arrived: Thompson Dean, New Or leans. Departed: Vint Rhinkle, Metn- Weath clear and pleasant. Caibo. May 13 Noon. Weather c'oudy and warm, with heavy rain. Arrived: Ste Genaveive, St. Louis, 9 p m ; John A. "Wood, New Orleans, 5 pm.; Cons Millar, Cincinnati, noon. Departed: Ste. Genevelve, Vicktburg, midnight. Night Arrived : H. 8. Tur ner, Pittsburg, 3 p.m. Departed: Cons Millar. 1 p.m; H. S. Turner, St. Louie, 4 p.m. River 42 feet. Weather clear acd pleasant. JIovcmcntM nt the Levee. ARRIVALS. Idlewild, Arkansas City; John A 8cudder, St. Loui3j City of Augusta, Arkansas river; Osceola, St. Francis river. DEPARTURES. Ruth, "White river; John A. Scudder, Ntw Orleans; Idlewild, Arkausus City; City of Augusta, Arkansas river; Era No. 9, Cincinnati. IN POUT. Oiceola. BOATS DUE. John B Maude, Illinois, Cons Millar. A. J. White, George W. Cheek, Osceola Bl!e, Ste Genevieve, Belle of Texas, Mollie Moore, Mary Houston. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. St. Louis John B. Maude, W. H. Blke, master, five p.m. Vicksbubq Ste. Genevieve, Georgo W. Viufctra, master, ten a.m. Cincinnati Ashland, Will H. Kyle, master, ten a.m. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Helena Geo. W.Ch2ek,N. S.Green, master, five p.m. Napoleon A. J. "White, A. L. Cum mius, master, five p.m. Ashport Osceola Belle, O. K. Jop lin, master, five p.m Receipts Yesterday. O3coola brought out of St. Francis river 108 bsles cotton, 3 bags Feed cot ton. 130 sacks cotton-eesd, 17 sacKs wheat, 6 sacks corn, 37 dry bidee, 10 beer kegs, 2 cows and calve', 9 packages sundrice. Idlewild 51 bales cotton, 7 btfs seed- cotton, 03 sacks cotton-Beed, 31 pack ages sundries. Uiiy 01 Augusta Drought out 01 Ar kansas river 274 bales cotton, S507 sacks cotton-seed, aud a lot of sundiics. Jlnrlno JllrncUu. Businesa on the levee yesterday was fair. It would take a forty hcrse power blister-plaster to draw an interesting item out ol the present condition of river aiTairs. The Era No. 9 depaited last evening for Cincinnati with 146 bales cotton, 1C0 barrels 1 oiatoea, aud a fair trip of pas sengeis. Tne Phil Allin did not resume her place In her Uada last week, as we were made to say she would, aud we havono idea when she will. It is rumored tbat Dom Pedro, the peripatetic emperor of Brazil, will be htrj Wednesday next on board the steamer Grand Republic. Tho departures yesterday were the IdlewiM, f it Arkansas City; Ruth, for White river; City of Augusta, for Ar feaueas river ll with fair trips. Messrs. Brown & Jones, the Memphis coal kings, are building a tug at the foot of Adorns street. Here is commendable home enterprise for the consideration of Memphis mechanic?. The John A Scudder, from St. Louis, en route to New Orleans, pjsscd dowa yta.erday with 2000 tons freight on Doard. btie added here 1U00 sachs.oil mesl, 8 bales cotton and alotot sun d'itf. Great Neptune! Listen to this: Gen eral A. A. Humphreys, chief of the Uulted States engineers, in a letter to Secretary Taft sayu: "The great annual flood of the Mississippi river may ba ex pected to occur between the present time and the latter part of July, and it uiua.' ly remains at that very high stage dur ing several weeks." No blush of shame mantles the cheek of the Appeal's marine historian in reproducing the following tender lines from Hys'a column in the Courier Journal: Exchanges steal our river news, And we have often said It, Without, a plain "We tbankyou.slr," Or even give us credit. Ah I boj s, the de'll will get you all, Dawn at his pUce infernal. If you don't quit your hooking news rrom out tue Courier-Journal. The bigh'headtd Illinois, with Cap tain Malone on the roof, aud Capiain Joe Speers twisting tho office machin ery, will arrive this evening from Vicks butg, and be ready to receive to-morrow morning for her return trip Tuesday evening. Remember her accommoda tions for through rates to New Orleans by the Katie, and up Yazoo and Talla hatchie river by the Parisot line. To all who are suffering trom tne errors and indiscretions 01 ytium, nervous -weaaness, early decay, Ions ot mannood, etc., I will tend a recipe lhat will cure, KREE OF CHARGE. Thls'great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary In South America. Bend a self-ad-dressid envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. In MAS, &alion D.. Bibl'hmue, New Tort City, fw SEEDS, ETC. 377 & 379 MAm - ' ' J&EMPHI9. BAKING POWDER. tt III Git 811 For the celebrated POIIEROYAL BAKING POWDER. It ii made at home, and gnaran Kvt.l'bvthAmenfaetnren to be strictly pure .,4 Ttn 1S WOIIK "WELL EVERY TIME. Its name na besoine a household vord lor a toaeehold necessity, and one inn will eoavlap? jou it U tho chief. C. H. P05IBR0Y & CO., Man'frs, 365 Main Street. CORSETS. Oct the Gcnnlue! Brwnrrol Itnatallone TBOMSOK'3 FATSnT i:t 11 CO IIHEl Ntamprd "TnoMaos" Willi tkai-.i;. FIAItK. ACBliW.t Tijomsos's OlXVE-FlT IMUHT O IU DEB or FIN I ML And E&UII A nr. ThuygUe en tire RAtlffac tlon. Every Tinonretlie most Per lpct. Dura ble and Eco nomical Cor ladyisnonas worn tbem recommend them, and te's made, Blurs lucreadlng pai.ularity induces many competitors 10 copy our names aud marks as nearly as possiDie. no care 10 (01 me gci itm- A Koveltt TnoMfos'M Patixt solid fast. enlng capped Corset hTEKt. Tney are Ujj DKEiKAiiLK, and belr lastonlngn do not abrald the drew. Knr sle by nrst-!laf deal ers everywhere, in .neun, jinuuun s Cu New 'Vork-, Sole Importers and Patentees ror tne u. a. GROCERS. OKIE & GO. 302 Front Street, Memphis. TTTTK HAVE THIS DAY BOLD TO W. J. TV IiOOKKtl & CO. our steel: or Groceries, and bespenk for them Uie businesa ol our old friends and customers. We shall oocudvUio some offlce we nave he-etofore, and conttnno to do business as COITUN FA' exciUHtveiy. r. W. UOL6T. Y7HDBBTAEEBI SSO SIAIN St.. Of. fcabody Hotel, Alwcvs on band, a lartre aabortmont of Me- tUllc Cases and Caskets, and Wooden Cofflm or every aesenpuon. Crdera by tlesrap Cases Rhloceil C. O. D Crdera by telegraph promptly tiled, vai JAMES FLABJSATY I S.J. BUIJJ.V AN mitkl OHSS&tAKBBSi 31V and 318 gead Street, ear Monroe 11:: EMPHU3, TKNK Uis-snt liobts, Gnts' Biilt. and all kinds ol uffin TrimmiDcs far sale. Special attention Ji JLM-1 Na. 283 SiSGttEFB ST3SEET. ATTSJ-R1SEYS. J. P. CARUTHERS, 235 SECOND STREET, JefierEon BIock....Memphls, Tennessee. Q. P. FOUTB, O. K. ItARTBAU KarUett. aiempnis. rOXTTS & EAETEAU, 4TI0EN1..T-MW. aiKMPlIlS, TS3HH. OFFICE S8 Poplar street. m, J, & JOS. P, SYKB3, Attorneys-at-LaWj eo PLAR HT5EET. 2IEHFHI8. Me Bs L 87EWART SOLICITOR AND Offlce Jio. 84 Poplar Sireet, Hempliis. WILL practice in the Courts nl Law and Chancerv In West Tennessee, and North Mississippi, and give special attention to col eotions, conveyancing, etc. Jal6 CHAS. W. ADAMS. L. V. DIXON ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW. Booms 21-23 Planters Ins.ItuUuing, So. 41 Eladlson Street Hcmrbls.Tenn, BUSINESS IN ARKANSAS AND MISSIS SIPPI solicited, which will reo-Hve prompt attention. fttu ATT0ENEY AT LAW. Boom No. 30, Planters Ins. Building, MACHINERY. Wi Kobt. Lewis & Co., iSIBMfffiS B9 LBS; WOREc New and Second-hand Boilers always on hand .jieamnoai ana rianiauon worE prompt ly attended to. POT ADltf ST., MEMPHIS, TRSN. NOTICES. NOTICE. THE FIRM OF was dissolved bv the death of Mr. . H. Clark. The business will be contlnurd trom this date by the nnderslzned In his own name. All ptrsona Indebted to F. H. Clark & Cr. nre resptctlnlly requested to malce Immediate payment to me. JAMES S, WII.KINF, surviving partner and successor to 7. H. CL&RK It CO., May 1, IS70. Mo. 200 flaln atrc.t. C EALEI) PROPOSALS will be received at tbo offlcor F. M. Leigb &. Columbus. Mlu . nttl T.Tnrilnv. 4 nVlni-lr n m.. June 5th. to conmuct a CouVr-dam lorpler foundation of the Iron Prldge acrosi the Tomblgbee river; also, to construct a foundation ot pll pr umR. Kach tilan will receive fienarato blur. nans ana rpeciucauons win do ioquu offlc of Clerk or Cuaucery Court, and also at omce 01 r a. ijeiga z laj. Bond with approved security will be re quired for completion of the work within the lime srwclGcd The Bridge Commissioners rei.erve the right to reject any and all bids. By authority or tbe Bnard of Hnperrleors of Lowndes county. G. W. ABKftT, my9 Chalfman Bridge Commissioners. Wi Jg BO DEBS, IHllKarXbS- ST41JaOAS FITTER SSj , COPARTNERSHIP. . COPARTNERSHIP. rpHE undersigned hve this day formed a I partnership, under the name and ttyle or Miles. Ely & Co., to do business as Cotton Brokers and Dealers In Cotton, in tbe city of Memphis. JOHN It. MILES. T1IAD. 8. ELY. May 6, 1S16. H. F. KOBINSON. JOHN R. MILES. THAD 8. ELY HARRY F. ROBINSON. MILES, ELY & GO. COTTON BROKERS, MOSBS.BASSEIT&DBEW, ' LUMBE3 DBALSKS, Kos. 351 and 353 Second Street W v m O o t mm o 45 91 U On tiQi n - 1 1- m p. a t ' i. OlriHf a a x e 3 MANTJPACTOay. Furniture Manufactory HAS REMOVED TO 231 SECOND, NBAR JEFFERSON II. BUTTENBEUG. ALL STYLES OF AWNINGS MADE AND repaired. Furniture repaired and r varnished, reapholstered and packed lor ship ment. Mattresfoa made and restuffed. Car pets laid and cleaned. Large wareboue to store furniture. H. KOTTBNBERQ. MISCELLANEOUS. FDR CHRONIC DISEASES. DR. E. A. WHITE, np-jj no. 132 Desoto streeti near Eeale. intelligence Office, TEMPORARY LODGING ROOMS AND I TRACT Depository, in chartre of the La. dies' Christian Association, 15S MAIN STREET, next to the Temperance Lnnch House. Watches and Spectacles. WATCHES repaired in the best style by T NOKL. A verv select assortment of Watches for sale at very low prices. Also, a large assortment ot Spectacles, at 71 Henlo ttr.-et '; VQEL. l n. mmwm & beos, Advertisiug Agents, 190 "IT. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, : : : t OHIO. Aie auiliorize:! fe contract for ad- yfrllHlnwr In bl. per. PEESCKIPTI03 FREE FOR the speedy enre ot Seminal Weakness Lost Manhood, and" all disorders brouzh on by indiscretion cr excess. Any druggls has the ingredients. Address DAVIDS ON CO., Box 2WI naw Yirk on-deod WMhn nmm mi AND UIVEE 3?JVT). . u . m Avn.tl nm sM.n In l.ut. I medicated with effectlra eomponndi. Cur., oy aosorption, actlnjirontne llTer and stomach IUUUU.1UUO CUU M OU.U U.V.DU.. . .M ' - " - CS8CS KrO"inj ouioi B uiramcivuittci, humi Tiho try them are -wild with deuglit orcr their Epecd y release from snfferlng. Like every tilDir TaluabliiHOLJrAN'S PAD is beln? conntcrfelied. Buy none but those bcarlERhts picture and signature. A sure cure and preyentlTe for all Li':r Coxnpkini, fcniilm, Mulh Syspspsia, EhsmtisB, k k Price 2.Mi. Will send by mail when druggists do . . . i. UwA tnm KaaIp .nnt.lnllff mitfh VRl. cable information about this wonderful cart tire. 3 doors west ol Jno. Gaston's. Price $2 sent by man, postage prena'q. STEAMSHIPS. I ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FOB QDEEJiSl OWN AND IIYEBP00L Sailing from New York on SATURDAY of eaoh week, from Pier 45 North River. CITY OF ANTWERP, CITY OF LONDON, CITY OF BERLIN, CITY OF LIMERICK, CITY OF" BRI8T iL, CITY or MONTREAL, CITY OF BROOKLYN, CITY OF NEW YORK, CITY OH" BHUHELS, U( rAMB, CITY OF CHESTER, CITY OF RICHMOND Passengers will And these steamers tastefully fitted up, while tbe staterooms are light, airy and roamy. Tbe saloons, large and well yen UKted, are the breadth ef the vessel, and blt uated where there la least noise and motion Mmoklng-raonis, Ladles' Boudoirs, Pianofortes and Libraries, Bath-rooms, Barbershop, etc. Instant communication with the stewards by electric bells. The steamers of this Company adopt the Southerly Route, thus lessening the danger from ice and fogs. 1 tales oi passage au anu iw, goiu, acccru lng to accommodation all having equal sa loen privileges. Kouna rap ncaeis iiu aua ji j, goia. Bteerage To and from all points at reduced rates. mr For dates of aalllnir and mans of state rooms, apply to THOMAS FISHER, Emmet Bans, jaempms, or J J III u. Ul I tl A)CJIb. tixtl IS Broadway. New York. ARTIFICIAL STONE. GATOSO TIFICIAL STONE GO, ARE now fully prepared to furnish, at short notice, of their own manufacture: Mone Step", Chimney Finn nnd Tops; Hlene XTearibs, r'lagslnff Carbine; Hlone Fenclnc, Oarrlasjo atpa. Vaae And 0niflery T?orU of nU ktoOs. SIDEWALKS A SPECIALTY. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Give this new Home EnKrpiiw your libera I patronage. Office and Yard : : 101 Union Street, ap3 17. B. LOCKSY, Manager. Va H'i1 .?DoaRS. Lukber 'i Q Sash Laths y., q AMD AND i ?l Blinds - SsiifiiES 2 rr. Wfi. ma -1 m ,-Ji uv o B. K. PLAIH. ,8 JMiiU'vU) Hda.xinfotTXi-oxrr5i of BOOBS, SIS Office and Paotory 358 mom T?Ti 1 eg. - - n lLOOUINGS, MANTELS, MOLDINGS, a Jjoor anu wmaow f rames. weainerDoarains. uase-HoaruH.xnrninc. ucivinc ana couui- ers. Scroll. Work. Jewell Posts, Ballasters and Fence-Pickets; oil klmN of Lumber, rough and dreseed; Lath and Shinglfs. Framing Lumber sawed to order m short notice. 8E?in HH OUR MOLOLVq 3AFOLCOK IIJJ.I COTTON FAC Ami. ITliolesal TOers, 360 &m 3G2 PROMT f MBT, Wmi TBHH a m K? fS tsH l-ijy- flr fcs JML Sir? W Ms-i- 11 HxsfssiB Sippet. Mej2fislilfB, ohs A. VACCARO. B. VACCAKOi IMPORTEHS A Wines, Liquor s and Cigars Ho. 324 PSOiST STSEST. MEMPHIS. SSolo Asont for Cooli'o Ol3.s.xa3.-rpAS33-o3:32a.x30Vi ' We are now ready for tho Trade with our usual heavy stock, selected for MliSOUAaTS EXCLUSIVELY. BBS'S ARB BOYS' EATS, MM I mm i q O IN CINET ATI. a. rvi tA txo IMPORTERS AHI9 FOREIGN FRUITS, AMERICAN AND ENGLISH PICKLES, Cfctsnp, S3ucee, Canned Goods, b'onp-Stufis, Coudiments, FANCY GROCERIES IN 3-Orders by Mail Promptly Attended To."! NOS, 64A:B 66 WEST fD STESET, GIWINH&TI. Tho J. . Iloadley, Erie City, or Watertown Portable, or r?ooubnrj Slatiouary, or fekinncr's small Engines with Horizontal Bollsr. THRESHING MACHINES OF ALL KIND. especially l ay's Liahi. Itunulnc. Oneor Two Horsfl Railway (Trpad) power THKESHEKf, SEPARATORS aud CLr.ANER. at S230 orOne-Horse DOWOr. acd S273 lOl Two-Hnrsn Mnrhlnps. nnil frel.ht ftran riti-u- Tha nnn. Horse Thresher will thresh and clean seventy-five wuiu , mc awu iiui.-to.uii.-niue, irom two nunarea to two nunureu nrty ousueis wheat and double that quantity ol oa's in a dy. Planters are invited to send in their orders at once. -Prices furnished of any other Thresher and Separator desired : Reapers and Mowers, or any kind of Machinery or Agricultural Implements wanted. Goods snipped from factory direct to nny point in Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, Texas, or any southern State. WUe sure to write us before buying elsewhere and you will save money by it and eet reliable machinery In every case. Address, o. 1). BU&TAMANTK. Mississippi Machinery Depot, Jackson, Mississippi. Wholesale CI ASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON TO MESS . BROWN t SHIPLEY fc CO.. Liverpool, England. St. C. fiCAi:C3, 2 Swtf OW -AND. 5S Wvo&t m , w.w. our, AND 111 OOIIIill Nos. 260 an! W2 Front B. J. SEMMBS gr OO. AIN S2ZPOBTSIt8 07 We are making a cpecialty in Whlch-v:cr oBering at lower prteea Irian tha compounded lqnora ot tbli sad'otbi markets. Always cn hand A FETIX X.rt?E OF I.OTy-faz a t?; WRIRKISS. Etc ORaiLL, BROS. & CO. o Agents for Steam Engines, Agents for Mowers and Heapers Agents for Horsa-Powers and Threshers, Agents for Sorghum and Grist Mills, largest stock of HARDWARE and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS in the SouthTrcst, .3XO ei,xxc! "roacft St. W. It. EASEh, tw PI m Kl U H, BHDS km I0FJI6I, and 380 Second Street, - Tonxionrsoc. CEILING, LATTICE-WORK, WKLL-TUBINQ, BOOK AND PHIOl-LIST. 3 AS f V vB A. B. VACCAKl WD DEALERS IN WOiB' TRIMTOHMft ts"v ii"-. tss jxj JOBBERS OF Fiah, Seeds, German Produce, Flavoring Extracts, Etc. ENDLESS VARIETY. to one hundred and twenty-five bushels of PAOTORf SSiempIaaa, testis. O. FASH. St., pmplds, Tenn. STBEST. TORS im nit Grocers. L, D. BUG US, PI PACTOaiES. STEAWBBRBY, PSACH, ANU OENERAL ASSORTJIENT OF A KULL LINE OK Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Mitasli .ibiI Lumber on baud, or Orders promptly executed. W. H. BDTT3 & CO., Saw and Plaining Mills Front street, near uas wonts, apl MKHPHIS. r?ir- LIQU5SS. WHOLESALE A T nJbiir., JTo. 357 Front Street, SiWHPHIH, : : TKNNESSKE. OF 93HP13I8, TSNN. office. 16 mmm st, OMH OlFITiL, ! $300,000 00 HASH ASSBTB, s : 444,046 87 WM. M. FABKINOTCN, Presidint, H. T. LEMJION, V!co-Presldent. J. A. BIMMONH, 8ecisSary M. FJLESIHQT03. H.T.LCCMO C. u,CnirRcn, Z. B. RoBtrtsoa. ttxocH Eksijct. tad. Oveetob, 3 s. TRTTSTSSSftXSS. BY virtue of the terms of a certain deed In trust, made to me on the 23th of Septem ber, 1S71, fay IS. C. and H. L. Brlualey, which is of record in the Keclster's offlce of Shelby county, Tennessee, In boos: SS, page 230, and at request of the holder ot the debt therein se cured (the said debt, interest and costs being due and unpaid), I will proceed to sell, to the higuest bidder, at public sale, for caab, at the southwest cornerot Main and Madison streets, in Memphis, Tennessee, on Monday, Jnne 5, 1376, at 12 o'clock: noon, the property described In said trust deed, as follows, to-wit: Being lot K0.3M, as Known upon tne plan una map oi the city of Memphis, beginning at tho inter section ot tbe cast line of Second street with the south UneDf Jefferson str-et; running thonce east with the south line ot Jefferson street one hundred and lotty-eightand one balf (11SK) feet to a stake; thence south par allel with Second street seventy-four and one- quartor (7l4) reel to asuiKe; tnence west par allel with JeSerson Street one hundred and fortv-eleht and oue.hair d&xi rest to tne east line of Second street; thence with said east line seventy-rour ana one-quarter (74j) reel to the beginning corner. All mull v of TedemDtlon Is barred bv said tmst deed, and the ti'" is beliod to be good, out x sen as trustee ciu. Trustee's Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a Deed in Trust to me executed, by Tho). H. cock. Mrs. M. J. CockP, his wife, and D. J. O'Reilly, trustee of Mrs. M. J. Cocke, dated tho 29th day ot June, 1S72, and recorded In tbe Register's offlce of Shelby county, in Recoid Book No. bs, pp. -a,et seq.,to cecure an lnaeo etinees therein named, l. ai trustee, at the request of the creditor named in said deed, the debt therein secured being past due, win, on Saturday, Jnno 8, 187C, sell the following described real estate, situate lying and being in tbe city ot Memphis sbelby county, Tennessee, described as fol lows, to wit: LoM Nos. to enty-soven end twenty-eight 27 and 2S1, In block twenty one 121 on west side ol Main street, between Union and Claycsn, eucn fronting tw-nly-tnree feet two leches lil 2-121 on Main street. . and l unnlng back west, between parallel lines, 'one hundred and lorty-e'ght feet rtx inches llriy, loan alley, sale ii uo maue in irom o, the premises, at public vendue, to thi hlgheit bidder, for cash Tbe purchaser's title will be free from all right of repurchase, or eqilty cf redemption, the same being erpr;Sfly walvtd in said trust deed. Title believed to be per fect, but I sell and convey as trustee oniy. C. B. WKLLFORD, Trustee. Wright d: Folkes, Attorney r. my 11 Trustee's ale. UNDER and by virtue of the authority In me ve9ted"by a certain deed of trust made to me on August 2. 1S;2, and which Is t record in book t8,p.422,Hheibr county record, to secure certain notes therein set forth, all of which are now due, and several of which are un- Eald, at the request of the beneficiary now oldlng tbe dent therein described, I will fell at public sale to tbe highest bidder, for cash, at the corner of Washington aud Second streets, Memphis, Ton n., on Saturday, Jane 10, 1SJG, within legal hours, the property described in said trust deed, as follows, to-wit: A certain lot of land in Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn bounded as follows: Beginning at the north west corner of Washington and second streets. In said city, being the southeast corner of lot 267 on city map. runnlDg thence north to Heo ond street twenty-one (21) feet to a stake, thence west and parallel with Washington street sixty-four (61) feet to a IK foot allev, thence f-oath twenty-one (21) feet to north line ot Washington street, thence eist with said north line nf Wasbington street sixty four (64) feet to the beginning. iquily of redemption expressly waived and title believed to be perfect, bnt I convey only as trustee. P. CO WAN, Trufcteo. Memphis, Trior., May 8, 1376. myio wed TRUSTEE'S SALE By virtue of the power vested in me as Trustee by a deed made by William Morgan, colored, on 22d ol De cember, 1875, to secure certain indebtedness tbereln mentioned, which Deed In Trust Is recorded In Chattel Book No. 9, page 413, of the Register' office of Shelby conuty, Tennes see, I will, on SA1DRUAY. May 27, 187, within legal hours, at the south gate of Court Square, on frouth Court street, la the city of Memphis, Tenue-see, sell to the hUhest bid der, for cash, tbe following personal property: One Shoe-fly Hack, No, &i, and Double Har ness for same; one Bay Mare and one Claok Horse. This sale is made at tbe request of tbe beneficiary in said deed, to secure the balance due on said indebtedness. Tho title is be lieved to be perfect, but I sell as trustee only. May 3, 1876. v J. J. DUFF 3T. Trustee. Smith & Collier, Att'ys. mjl Truatea'a Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a Deed in Trust to me, executed by Henry D. Bulkley and Cara A. Bulkley. bis wire, on the 12tb of July, I W0, and recorded in tbe Register's offiea or $heiby county, in book No. 78, pa?e 280, etc., to secure an indebtedness therein namtd.I, as Trustee, at the request ot the creditors named in said dee1, tbe debt therein secured being past due, will, on Saturday, May 13, 1876, sell the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in the county of Shelby and state of Tennessee, and described as follows, to-wit: Belngpartof lot No. 47, of E. H.Todd's 6 lan of Wlllooghby Williams's subdivision: eginnlng where tue we-a line of LaHose street Intersects the north line of Walker s reet: runD ng thence northwardly with the west line of LiRose street three hundred and thirty 330 fe-t to a stake; tbence wetwardly parallel with Walker street thr.ehnnured and dlty 1300 eight inches to the east Hue of a new street forty feet wide; thence southwardly with tai'l new street three hundred aud thirty 3X feet to Walker street; tnence nihtwanliy with tValker street 330 foot 8 inches to tbe be ginning, -nle to ue made at tte iront door ot tbe courthouse or Shelby county. In the city of Memphis, at public vendue, to the highest bidder, lor cash. Tbe purchaser's tlUe to the property so sold wll. be free of all right er equity of red. mptlon or repurchase. Title believed to be perfect, but I sell and convoy as trustee only. ap!8 O. B. WELLFORD, Trustee. CriDstee'tt Sale. BT virtue of a Trust Deed to me executed on the 11th day of November, 1875, and of a corrected deed on tho l'ith day ot the fame month by M. W.Lewis and Ellen W. Lewis, his wife the flr-t of which la registered m Record Book No. 109, page 55; tne lot in si rce -book, page 83. to stcure the payment of cer tain promiwory note therein dtscrtb-d, all ol wblcn remain unpaid, and by the term- of which Trust Deed all of which are now due, I will, at the request of the beneficiaries, on Saturday, tbe 20th Day of Kay Kezt, at the courthouse door, on the corner of Main and Poplar streets, in the cityot Memphis, at 12 o'clock m .proceed to fell, at public outcry, for cash, the icllowlng described real estate, to-wit: Beginning at a point on th south side of Adams street three hundred IS00J feet east of the Intersection of the east l.ne ol the first alley em of Third street; tnence east with tho Eonlh Ide of Adams street nity 50 feet; thence southwardly one hundred anu forty-elgit aad-one-aair Us fet at rizht angles with Adams street; the nee westardly in a line parallel with Adams street fi'tj 50) feet; thence nor hwardly one hundred aiu forty-eight and-one-balf flH feet to the beginning- being part of original lot 477. Also, one strip of land aulolnlng the west line ot the above-described premises, being one font in width on Adams street and run ning back one buDdredand forty-eight and-one-balf I14SKJ feet. It being the same property upon which tbe Whltemore House is built. The equity of redemption la waived. The title Is believed to be good, but I sell only truster. 13. F. SMITH, Trustee win m LIQUOR yesstibl? neiyii HAIR BENEWEH This standard article fa eomponnded wHk the greatest care. ... . . , . it efTecta are as wonderful and satufaelory as ever. It restores gray or faded hair to its youthful COlOT- t retrbves all eruptions iHbiax and ila& raQ"; and th sealp, oy its UmJ, bocomu whM nd c:an. Bv ttn tonic properties its restores tha raptl H elands to lhlr normal vUor, prvnMSHf tmMBnn, and mazing the hair stow laics: asd strong. Andrelne rothlng has teen foendioftf fetoa! or desirable. Df. A. A. itaj e, State As rer of Maehil eit. says of U: "I corrtder it thk bt huei-abation for its intended parposts." BTtolcinglio,m's Xlyo, FOR TBE WHISKSRf. Tali eieirant preparation may be relied en to ouaage the co.orof the eeard Jrom aray or anr other undesirable sbaI, to brown or black, at discretion It hi easily applied, b tns 'n cxk PEEPAKATio.",, and qulokly amt effmstually produce) a oerm.ineut color whlek will neither rub nor wah nff. Manufactured by . P. IJAi.I. A . o., hnabna, K. Tt. Bold by all Drngglms and IValers in MediiB PUBLICAriOWS. MARRIAGE the mnuw&nm siiottici .rrow OR UnirT..lp, Jlttf. BOOK OFNATURE. &rlr titftr. mid ran. Trf.fi on ... T err itmg dMirauftdL tymjtsr 1. til. ontr rHy fciratlAe otk . i,roctjdr.iiMr73'0ri.fm id.... K.lmU,3ta. iiUliUJwdliW. xufiH- imS PAPER IS ON FILE WITH ?ri 'Whoro Advertising Contracts can be made. A BOOK FOB THE MSJ.IONI m arriags i Arrt rkJ t WslMI with nczmms coitstIbs. u-J ccciaa nka4M fafbrmatiaa rtUi wlWaxemirT-orcotTOpIaieaWr-li; aIlHI took tiat oufiht u t9 aader lork bo4 Ify.a( n 'r fT rrrr kiij test tH !u. H-at bt tnj on (r t r . ftr txty CvUa SAIL MiSjSS. 95 Camp St, nuRPoiDsu3.Kew0rleans.La. CHANCERY SALE or Ea.&l Estate. No. 1915. R Chancery Court or Shelby county, Tennessee.-8. H. tmis, Adm'r of L. Amis, Jr.,'dec'd. vs. Emma E. Amis et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for tale eotere in tho above cause on the I'th day ol May, 1873,1 will sell, at t.obllc auction, to the highest bidder. In frontor tbe clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Mala street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, Jnne 17, 187G, within legal hours, the following desertbed, property, situated In Shelby county, Tea nessee, and in the city of Memnbis. to-wit: A lotot ground described Iu a deed of partition made between Loni-i Amis ani Tlioma A. Klsher, dated Juy 18, 1845: feginnlng at a point en the south tide or idam street 50 feet west of a stake, which stake is tbe northwest corner of Bo.'ger's lot, and Is IS feet we twarrt from the most we-dem corner of Bolyet's house; tbence wetwardly wl'h theroutbliae of Adams street 31 feet to a stake- tbeaee south 10 degree west, at rlgnt ULglet with Adamsstreet. 15) feet ta theb gl ning being; tbe easto n one half o' tbe lot of gronod con veyed by W. Bruce and Wm. Prk, execu tor, nf .lames Koyd.dec'd to Lewis Amt, Jr., and T.H.Fisher. Term of Sale One-third (2) cash; baianea onaaredltof six and twelve mouths. In equal Instalments, with iter--it from da'e. tor which notes with approved security will be required ; lien retained till same are paid, etc. This May 13. 1876. K. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. D. C. and M. Jarnagin & Frayser, T. H. Brown and J.J. DuBose, Attorneys. rayl? CHANCERY SALE- m Of No. 1268, R. Chancery Court of Shelby eountv. xencessee. V. numpnreys vs. A. J. White et al. Br virtue of an Interlocutory deeree tor sale, entered in the above oause oa tne 1th day of May, 1876, 1 will set , at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Maker's omce, Courthoo&a Build ing, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, May 27, 876, within legal hours, the following described groperty, situated in the city oi Memphis, belby county. Tenn., and designated upon a plan of tbe extension of the nortbern purl oi he city of Memphis through the property ot W. B. Greenlaw & Co.,Sarrrran-i & Co.,K.T. Keel, R. P. tooney et aU per Hrve a made by M. A. Kerr April, 185fi, as lot 84, and b nmled and described as follows: Fronting 74 feet i Inches on the west si-le of Third r am. running back between pa -allel lines at right uies wuu smiu sireet. 143 ieei o xneuetoaB alley 24 feet 9 Inches wide, the soutn line or said tot being north linn or Mill street to be divided into two lots and sold accordingly. Terms oi Sale One-third ( casn; Iwlane In six and twelve months; notes wnh ap nroved secnrltv-bearlncf In1env,t nt R nr from date ; lien retained till same are paid. E. A. COLE, Clerk and MkMGT. By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. L. B. McFarland, Att'y. myS 13 19 26 27 CHASMCERY SALS -OF- No. 763, li Chancery Court of Shelby eoanty Tennessee. R. W. Price vs. O. K. farker. BY virtue of an Interlocutory order for ste entered In the above cabka on tltj. ikv of March, 1876. 1 will sell at public aoe'tee.te the highest bidder. In front or the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse RnlUIInt. Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on SatoxQay, Xay 27, 1876, within legal hours, the following ftemrtoed. property, situaieu -in Kueioy eoanty, Ten tO-Wlt: Bezln- Ht a notnt 14 rnaliu am.t S ' links conth from a blackgum marked J. O. isouiueasi comer oi jonn liicea eJU-sera grant No 2S3); thence fomh In the center of a country road or avenue 19 chain and Wtllnk to u stake; tbence west BchalDS hbUS llaksto a stake; thence north 19chHlusand bS lioktte a stake: tbence east 8 chains and 3 links to the begtnnlng.an per survey, subdlvMon asd eoa sollduou or lot 16, part of 14 and 31 Cooper subdivision for lfiacrtsor land, being prtot O. B Parker's premises, and the rams lately occupied by Col. Luke W rinlay, upon which are valuable Improvement. Terras ol Sale- tm a creolt of six and t welva '6 nnd 12) months; note- with appmv dee rity required; lien retiind to further seesr same, andequcyof rederapUon barred. This May 2, 1878. EDMUND A.COLE,Ctrk ami Maxtor. Bj It. J. Black, D. C. and M. L. D. McKlslck. HandolDh. Ramnwmd Jordan, and Smith A Coiner, Atty's 2 S If 33 27 -OF- No. 1790, R Chancery Court oi Shelby coa- -t.. ..... j.. aui, jiuj Y II. SDVt&y et al. vs. w. M. James et al. RY virtue of an interlocutory deeree tot CHIo enteral In . .TTi-r " -! . r chum, on IfW lfth day of April, 1S78, I win ell, at pa llo auction, to the highest bidder, in frot of v ,;. Muier ir iuice, new roartaoaiie uuuumj, aiaiasireetjnempnis, Tennessee, oa satardaj, Say 20, 1876, within legal boars, tbe following described property, situated in Shelby county. resae&- seS to wit: Beginning at a stake on tbe north Nn st John Hoom's 2W acre tract, or occupant, ave chains and 3 links w& ol John hooa'i aoutheast corner on a hickory marked J. 8 oa James Freeman's line; tbence tout h xebalB ua siase in tue spring orancn; 'DeneeweM 2 chains and 64 unki toa stake; thtnee -oulk 5 chains and 25 llffks to a siase oo Ueo. W. Oldham's north line; thence west wltn bin own line, passing his .nortidwo-t corner 2 chains and83 links to astake71lnks souther a sweetgum marked B". i." on Joseph QaUan&m's line; tbence aorfh wltn said line pawUis his 13 chains and 3 nnk? to a stake 51 links north of a poplar marked B 0. 8.; theneo-easts cha nn'on ftaiefrora which B 27- W 11 links a swee'gum markl B. . U. oa John Houlu'i line, tuejee soutn -vlth id D- ) chains nnd ju li.gi. v. a -1 i' unsa rom a hickory mrked J. S., said Hewm a i ornsr tbeuce east with bt Mne S chains , nd Vv .lnkt to the begiBBlog ceaialnlBg - 5 1 acres. Terms af Sale Cash. Equity- of raJsmattea -arred, as provltlfid-Xor la tb MM rff treat herein. This April 1. Js7(t. S. A. CULfi. Cleric and Master. By R. J. Black. D. C. and M. tt P. Lyles, Attorney.