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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--TUESDAY, APEIL 1 , IS 7 7.
FINANCIAL. I'urinir the last cwk then w no rircum tanoe In financial a-lidr here of f-stal Interest. Money omtlliuni P to- plenty nt H? o 1T cent., but borrower of the gilt-ei.-r character and nucl only Inert with aiu-nliori -lire ft . Capital, under the otieral'on of theidt wr wit. Uw. I.t nowlng mi Ltrge amount are coiist-tritiy transferred to oilier clue where enterprise In not clieuted ry Ignorant 1-xi-lal'iHi : -ai :. and boml-. principally thus of the I ritlMi Mat-, absorb other urge portion. This tnumf-rerM-w r.iui a demand fur more e tchzuige triiii 14 maslrig w.die llie o.iloli marie remain mi lull, and thloiilng currency In Ire tit. The n-llA of exchange I llnilUl at liar It .-.its uion New loik aud for e.iaWni demand, lioth. lllng it 14 pre mium: eastern tight t dlscountr .elllng at 1.4 prs- intuin: New Orleans l ul-outil. pelting at par. The New York Mr fit. of 1 rll i. rruort: "The follow true were the run of exchange 011 New Ymk .it llie iiudermeiillune'l citl-a today: .-av.nm.in. oil) In I, nelllng Unit. 1 pre mium: (. harii-xt.m e.uler. lr?U premium: Sew Orleans, eoinuierrnil l-32. bajik v; Chicago firm fai nr.'.ti! 1111. Ctticimiall oulet and steatlj. bmliig bar. .elilug 1-10." Mever.il financial wrlb-rs are ad-vo-itlng a wl.htr:iw:il of theo:ie an. I twoilollar rutin uiuuniM inev c.ui ne replaced wnn anver; one 01 UitHOKari: "It 1 not dfilli-iill, by withdrawing first the miller iiobri. to create a vacuum into which ruin tll How. an i tlnu to bring coin Into use gradu ally sld by side with the non of other denomina tions jet uiiretire-i. tar tbls lmi.oria.hi step me seo fetry h v ti:ii!mitsl inwer.'" 1 ne luc:il market h.is bean quirt, as us.nl. all week. Several lots of Mem phis ic-i stock have changed ha.nl at l ; ycstcMay a:" w.u t-ikt-ii at that r.Ur. anil plentr more Is olTelitut. irtil.l ofeltetl In New Y.irk yesterday at M.". a4lr:iii'l Ui ;.V..;intl ut tliree o'rluck iuHe(l 1 " -" 1 . wlilcj ii UK- lilir'i t jiHt.itlon M:m r'tbruarj 2tli. The .-vlv.inc- w.u due to llie w.ir new. MMrifhlsifoM oonl 2H O'W Memf.hls eurrenry borttU. . .Jfi-tl'-Vt M-smp.'ils lelicer bal., 1 i 4 . -4-V 6 M-impLits lelier bal., 1 H7S. .lir 77H Meuii h's le VwU-!.,l7r)-. ftHil Kirn and police rr1p it W Memphis ipts stock. it SSelliT cvuolf wtirrants HO QV1 Memphis and CharleHton K. ir Arkansas St.il scrip 10 0iV2 Memplibj City Insurance.... r? I nlon anl l'lanlers H.uik... it Tenries; new insue 'i'l i:J4 Crittenden county scrip 'Jlii 3:i-8-8o a:j-7 (." 4 i50 MO f?s2 2-r?84 H3 tJWi "- H4 -ft 85 05 r? 4rt,2 P. -ft 30 u32 . l' TEI.K 6"i.4i. PARIS. April P.-rp-ntes. losf. aljC. NEW HLf:NS. April P. iold. 1O't104- New York u;tit. h preinluju. bWllliitf fcxchaiiKe, batikers- Pills. .",lrt. LONDON. April Consols forinonev and on nc eouiU'.l -li'.; fV-'J'H of lrtt5. l(Hi; 5-21 s of 1K17, liW; 10-4s. lif t; new rm. liml;: New York Cen tral. PI ; Erie, tV'-H; Erie prtrffrred. liiV: Illinois Ceu Iral. .". N'KWYOKK. April II. Mon"y. 1!7:J per cent Prtni mercantile paier. Uljf5 per cent Custom re-jrlpLs. STJ(.nit. The anslsLint treasurer dis burse 1 !!ici (X. SterlliiK heavy; ImiK,4Hrt; short. 4m. (iolil ojiened at lorxj the citremes of the da. Csnvln r.i!. t ipercent,: i'uins alo maile tUit 10 2 l-eri-eiit. .r Isirrovtln. The advance In (told was a'lrilMiurl p the warlike diameter of the news from K ir.e. a lispatch havlii!; tuen receiiei si. it I 'lie tl.il t'ie I'orte dad reject-l t he prlncl.i! ciiiues In the protocol; r.fuses to disarm, declines to send an erivov to St. reterbnnf. and Insists on Ileitis allowiHl to deal with ilonu-netrro without lnter ferenc lnm oilier fiowers. Silver at London. iki-Md; here silver bars at I22's sreenhacks; llt'eViKoid: sller coin. l fllsoiunt. itovernmeut bomLs dull and lead;; co.ie.ns ls.sl. 1 l-J-.j; do. 1KH5. l(isl-; do. lml.".. new. lD-;:ilo I'i7. I I !'; !o. 1KP. 1 I8U; new os. IIII4; Iiew4lj, li :"; 1 0-41 N, registered, lll'n; I-4'-. coii'snis. J 1 1 lw; currencjr t!s, 12:i' SPiU) securttlei ij.il.-t: T.-nnes--v r!, old, 4:; do. new. 4.; Virginia s, old. :t2; Virkinla "s. new. :V1; Missouri C.s. Ki.llv Halirowl bonds dull. The r.yt-'i 11111 rket w.is liejivy and lower In the early dealings, with a decline In iirP-wi raiutin? from l to 14 iiercenl., Lackawanna lea.il m; In the decline. After iniiMay there was a fractional advance, and In the early aricnioon the market Ixtctuie firm, but Uiward the close prices de cllnnl U to l3 n r cent. Uike Shorn fell off from 47in to 4714; I'aul prt frrred fnun 41 U44m; lielaware and Hudson iroin 4S to474: Delaware and Western from rs pj o7l: Mlchlipin Central fmm 42 to 41 1-, ami Western I 11I011 from .riVi to miij. New York Centnl was steady nt P2lsi 1"h; Hock Island at .Mu. and Illinois Central at 41. The Increase of eindnns for March last of the Central Paclltc nllwiy company over the correpondln month of last year Is Ss-"7.:ilH; the increase for the three months of the iire.scnt year over the earnlncs In the same time the prevlotLs year Is Sl2l.77.". The coal csinliT.t and producers Jo-day Messrs. liowaii. Sloan. Dickinson, Lautrnp, Linderman and Thomas belnj present rcsolvel K advance coal 5k' er ton June IiHh. The delay In making the advance was In conseiuence of the lafKe amounts contracted for delivery in April and May. The tonnage agreement heretofore reisirtd w.us adopted, and no contracts for coal deliveries beyond May :ilstat the present fixed rlces shall be made. Transactions naretrited 17t).'XH shares, of which 40.HM) were New York Central. L'lke Shore, 4H) St. Pauls, 7rl,(HK Lackawanna, SIM Hi De nware and Hudson, I4.ISHI MlcbUi.iii Central. :J4.0MI Western I'nion. and H40I) Paclllc Mail. Closing iiuotatlons as follows: Western I'nion Telegraph, ill: Quicksilver, 14; quicksilver pre'ened, 2(il; P.icillc Mall. 1 7 li; Mar iposa, 41; I'irlKisa preterred, 5; Adams Kx press compnny.HHU-jWtlls 3t Kanjo Express compiuiy.H.i; American Express 'iiiany, 54: United States Ex press company, 44L2; New Y'o.-k Centntl, H2M: Erie, Erie prefenvl. 15; Harlem, IHH: Harlem prefertwl, Hf. Mi-hlyan Central. 41Vs; Panama. tMl; I nlon Paciilc slock. tKU4; Lake Shore, 4714; Illinois Central. 4."v4; Cleveland and Pittsburg, US; NortliwesUrn, :12; Northwestern preferred, 47; Cleveland. Col'.uiibus, Cincinnati and Indlan- aiKills 2:i?; New Jersey central, ki; kock island, lils;St. Paul, lriUusl. Paul i.referred.4.rls;Wabiish, fi; Kott Wayne, 174; Terre Haute, 2; Terre Haute preferred, ID; Cblcuco and Alton, l; Chicago and Alton preferred. 1U-4; Ohio and Mississippi. SU; Delaware. Lackawanna and Western, i7:ls; Atlantic and Paciiic Teh-graph, 2:i'i; Missouri Pacllic, IP; Indiana Central, L'ls: Chicago. Burlington and Qulrn-y, llu: Hannibal and SL Joe, 1 1 -m : Central pacific bonds, l; Inlon Pacllic bonds, 414; Union Paciiic land grants, 101; Union Pacllic sinking funds, l:i. COTTON. Our weekly review of the cotton market, at the end of llie last commercial week, quoted mid dling cotton In New York at llljc, advanced to 1 liie, and tell backtoIHjc New Orleans quoted 1 me advanced tolll-jc. fell to llc. Liverpool ipi'ded tUt.d. and advanced to tU4d. Alter the Easter holidays were over Liverpool, on Tuesday, advanced 3-lnd. with a buoyant market. This at once awoke conlVlence here, and the demand became active at an advance, but holders generally c jvered their sam ples of desirable cotton, ami sales were checked. The crush of smillnlit rapidly f.uled away, and In New Y.J k every day since has been marked with a decline, some l.tvs with 10. As recetts have ceased materially to affect thtj market, the causes lie elsewhere; something In the condition of the "'futures" and compllculons of "puts," "cover ings" and other Beelzebub's gibberish. Koreifm m.atersare, however, the principal Inlluence; In the first place lue asjiect of Turkish hllalrs which become more thre.itctiiiiB dally. Then East India exchanges, the price of silver, bad trade In Eurui trenerally. and the amount of the stock In Llvenool. The New York V-Ml m forord h;is the following: The liquidation of pressing obligations on the part of merchants abroad, together with the total cessation of the spinning demand, has shed a gloom over the situation. A very dangerous short' Interest has also been formed, and the partial checking of tlielr bold ventures has encouraged the 'bulls' to Pike a llrm stand at current prices, with the tiellef that If Liver pool can tide over her present financial distress, the much-needed support may be elicited from Man chester. Very dreary accounts have been received from Manchester and Piuvldeuce. Ihe former on ac count of the erratic course of silver and exchange, and the latter owing to the large contracts manu facturers are offering for forward delivery, and the ' ery feeble support gtven to thesiot market." The same papr of Krlday rexrted sjsit cotton as pri vately ollered below quoutlons. The New Orleans J'tr nvue said : "The bulls h'lve made a noble light, but all In vain. Cotton is on the downward tack, and although the combined forces of Pearl street made a grand eifort U put the staple up, they were only rewarded by an "advancs of lttd points." Watts Co.'s l.lverissil I'rirr CnrmJ. f March lUii. stated: "The stock here this week has been Increased i:!Vr) bales, and now amounts ti 1.is-.1.4;m bales, which is 22.m:h bales larger than the maximum last year ton lirst June. and ex'-eptlng the year lxii-i. the lamest ever held In this port. Hut it Is evident large liniorts and small de liveries have only the etlect of lessening the suppK at sea. reducing stocks In the hands of spinners, aad thus rapidly bringing about the maximum slock for this year. It may be the stock here within the next four of six weeks will show an increase of i0. HH to 1XUXK bales on present figures, but It seems iulte certain we are going to have our maximum dome four or six weeks earlier this than last year. It Is now ery evident March deliveries have Involved holders lu considerable losses, consequently they are all Uie more nervous and apprehensive about April contracts. The fact of the business Is. many holders appear this week to lie panic-stricken. The eastern question has for months past lieen a source of constant anxiety and of more of less depression In commercial circle". The decisive day Is evidently close at hand." The sameclrculara week later esti mated the crop of the present year at 4.4'K).ihh) biies. If the Amerltn crop of this s-ason Is only 4.4H(.0) Uik-s It will tx! 2tlH.tNH) bales less than the pieced I ng crop. If we take into account de creased suptll and Increasol consumptlou. we have a deli-H lor all Euro at the close of Sep tember next or 4tXUMK to tloO.OiMl biiles, which hows tliat an Ameriain crop of 1X77-K of about five million bales will be required to supply the wants of the world, unless we can gel Increased sup plies from other sources. T he stock here Is enor mous, 2'.i..!mh bales lar.'erthauone year ago. This lu a great measure explains why we are so de pressed.' Kecclpts In Memphis tlurlng the otllclal week ag-greg-Hed 22 4l bales, against 2214 bales the previ ous week, and Ji.'i'i.l bales the correstmiiding week last season The total recelW since sej.temlier I , ls7tl. are 370.17:1 luiles. against 4o7,:t:i bales at tlie correspoiiolug lima last season, show lug a de crease of t7.2i' bales. Shipments during the olliclal week aggregated RU25 b iles, against 4-'i:lil bales the previous week, and 1 1 .." IO bales the corresponding week last sea hhi. T0P1I shipments since September 1st are :2d.0M) biiles. against 412.d2x bales the same time last year; a decrease of sd.:i:lH bales. Sales during the week were ."1 IkUcs. against fiKik) bales the previous week. Of the 5HX( bales old this week, exporters took l.nO bales; spinners, ;'." bales; speculators, id) bales. The Pital stock on hand a-s 4' 4-"l liales, against Ivl.lrl.-i bales last week, and 47,'il7 b-iles at this time last year. The following shows the course of the Memphis market and the pi Ice of middling cotton from the opening of th season: t X X "J- n si . n 1 t cr. 1 M 1 n 1 Bep5 Sel2 lse2; Se2'l Oct H OclO Oc27. Oc2.t Nov! 1 Nolo Nol", o24 Dec I Dec H Del 5 Dc22i De2H' J .ID .V Ja 12 Ja IS J:k2t' Feb 2 rUl-l I1H7 .H4l 7 0:17 IKH.1.V l(rt:i7; 1PW1I 22:PVi 2l 21 704 22 hi rj 2:io.'w 22.'Pm 2 "'.12 2242." " IS . 222 f7 - 1742 4: cm "i!41 12.111 lrtdHK. li'7:l'.' 2171 2:1 Ml 217r.l 21-4." 27l7i :!irtia 17S2 :p.i77 2Mt :17m'. I2.Vi 417:1 ;pin7' H.'l7 ri.'is l(i-t(.") 122' Ml 1.VJ12 1 J'.47 2d2l .r.2lH4 2HI In 21 1 17 24lri l.Vi:t2 :t44xf i.iii iji-.i 2000 1114 22oO 11 4 ".- 1 7T0 ltllj lOIMN) I1IL4 i:t'(Mi 11114 14'.NI K1I4 2IKKKI tHH l-tO 1 1L), 17IHNI 1 IU 11." M III4 12.1-1.I K1.1I i 21HIlls) 1 7 772 t I rU'i 1 ii2( Ml 111, i:i7;4 M..4 l:t"iH 7.V.K1 1:1417 tC4."V4 Plilo P241H Hie.e.i KS.VM1 1ot:c sjes;l 1 TTlMI 1 I i. 177" 11S HWIO PKoO 1 IX4 l.ViOO 1214 12'KXI 12s 2-I.V.ih 22A!rt M122 Hll.i 14111' 4-'l.V 1.VI24 n:i'. 147hx n:i'. 147HX 12M22 744H I2.i 1214 smi7' 1.V124 2i.ri."i tl2xt2 144ni 12ls 124Ki 12P2H 224DI S27iS KUni 12 li72'. lu7tsi 1 :pll .V21rt: rt.VM 12 12-22 744IH1 ebl FblH Kb2.'l Mari Mar.i Mrltt Mr-j:i Ml Aplrt IO.W 1(I14'.i 1441 12ll!4 oTllOM filMNI 12U 14770 127.VI Kv4i H7lrt K.V4 W.2 1 Will n42.H 42117 ."vi77- 4.-17 ,i72'.':l ."V4K'. f, lll'.l 4K7 5:17 21 4.'ttil r:t t -. :p.hm 1 114 mn 1 14 12IH 1 11J :t7is 1 1 IMUMI I f."M I 11 I '.727 iC,2 421.". 2'ilo 2214 224l ",1C2." 4,.4H; r.usi 1 nfc Jhe following table shows the comparative weekly and total receipts and stock to date, at all the United States seaports: H II Sepl 1414d 41P4 R.r.72 fitHW 1P4K Total 1414d 4IH4 rc,72 1 Sept lil44 lv:io2 I.".Htl.l MHoOTii 70liil Total 21.VWI 2:i.Vil 2141." I Spl5 4H2Xi ::M7 27rt4."i 127.'12n; HHOli't Total ttliesn tl771, 4'.70 ' Sp22i H:K2 4T. I21I 4."S02 l(M12rt 11X1471 Total; 12.Vil7; lo: 1:171 v4Hi',2 1 SpJlf .r,72H 7li nt2' fi!HMi:t 2221WH DUtilS Total1 22124M Ik-Johii- 15447."". 1 octM; is.W"' rjr.:ni '.HVttH li)4ln 2tnU24 Total' S44:!51 2H4'Wi 2."ltrt O tia l:pt.i;is M7704; I217.-.1 31T2:H 2t471r Total 4i:iHS 422142 .'172241 o-t20, 1 5.".2:tr 147.MO 1 :rj4Hrt 421240 354THI Toal tUl.-.444 o;ps.12 iV4427 0'127, 174hk7 ltiM.-,77i 14i:i."i 5174'IM 405H27 Total SI Dill) 7""42'.ii S.V2752- ' No:j: 20.U04 174tst; 1427HI tJ25:ll0 4M7732 Tot-U lli!H4'l.r PI2K15; 7ll4i'H NrlO 2104.14 14W12 1."".mm.'1k 7154il i2I724 ToUli122:HiHI 1002777 Pi4'Ht 1 Nvl7 20740 lH4."li 157713 70airv0 51H4H5 Total 14:iI47rl 12474oT HIL'M Nv24 2H!'74:l 1n.'I12:i lrt:il4S 87H.".S1 r.l44S.ll Total; 1M4 1 2 1S 14X127H 1277!'i t Deell 2H2iV4:i' loMl'srt: DW1H7 tSl'23'.U Total, lK4:iHtlo 15VKJH4 144i:iO ! DecK k7sVMi 17i:i.Vi 17i04: i2io.4 wui24:j Total 2IKJ 1:120 17'tlH20 1 it2.1l 74 ' Deln IIV4I2 liioKKi lp:pi21 P.1424.1 7513!sl Total 22277:(2 l'.'.Vt72'. lHl7n.r' Ie22i DP7:ir. 1W71HI. Id2."l'i V471'10 751:1x8 Total 2:i!Ul7 21.V1H20 lWMlilS'.t ' De2'.t ihh7:IT! IhxiLTJ' 1 M S 1IS0250 HO750K Totil 2.V1741H ':i42.V)2 212'CliU : ' Jan 5 114'.;i4 i:iStKil xo42mtl274 7'.i520 Total 2t71oO.'i 24K22:ix 220.V.KI4 ' Jnl2; 1044P:i HMi1k:p prlH.'l S242:w CJ0:i."i8 Total. 2775lrti2i'4224 l 2:101 ltt5 1 Jnl! 11U170! 144'lxH W7rli:i 8!j3r17 Total 24444, 27 HHM2rt.2:i'.H77K ' Jn2t HipoHO 14v4l'l 1 1M032 8K7424 '.HW70IJ Total 2HWK-1KO 2J243 2r17slO 1 Peb2 142X12 1277.rXi 107704 H07120 "22416 Toul 3141242 30t4002 2I2."."14 I KebW 143tW2 117W.! 1041rl3 8SM1H71 HtHJ943 Total 82K4HH4 81S1W7 2721M77 I Kelrt 12II2H 10;l'.i:t P4W7 88Sd4 872075 Total 3405132 3211328 2H240I4 ; Ke23 8T)7I 1 20238 i 78232 877818 8rtl4',U Total 34.51 0 1 :4 23iH) 20 rJfvtO1 1 Mar2 M.1130 Ket:i41. 7V.10 877011,787148 T0P1I 35.VUi.31 34MH730 2H70O5H' I Man fS.5131! 1H01H, H475H 8013H4 742854 Total SOOTi 1 K4 35W7."4 30418 1 2 i ! Mrlti 437irt 051O2 hl03. 8 lOWrt, 70.3827 Total 3USSI0 3tWl!4l 3044X51 ! I Mr23: 32S7li 042H4 411 1H7525I15 018tl2 Total 3rlxlK71 3720701 314.3170' Mr34l 2SHH4 02405 40175,723117 027828 Total ! 37 108.V137s.il 1 1 ,314145' ! Ap Hi fvi!38 55P.38; .3!075 !tO774l0128l0 Total 3738245 38:i;04i :i223221i I Decrease of receipts at United States ports this year, iuo.804, against 72,251 bales Increase last The following shows the week's movement at Liv erpool: This Year. 7H.000 Last Tear 37,000 M,(NH) 4,oo 22,000 X53.0O0 fiOt.OOO 7.0O) 147,000 loit.ooo 2,128,(H0 1,2!'.,HH 44!,000 320,000 Week's sales Including for ex port 3.IKNI Inclwllug for speculation.. 5.IHN1 Taken from ships' side lO.OtN) Total spjek 1,0110,0 Kl Of which American 7-ls.OOO Actual week s export s ti.OOO Week-s receipts lOO.OOO Of which American 07,000 Total receipts since Septl. 2.423.OO0 Of which American 1.45,000 Stock afloat H22.0O0 Of which American 171.000 Cotton was once more "sick" yesterday (Mondayi. News from EuroiK' looked warlike, and gold went up while cotton wenl down. New York had another de cline; since Tuesday last there has been a decline there everyday, except on ttio.e days when there were two. our market was quiet 111 the extreme little de mand and a lower quotation: sales tiitllng. The day sales at New Orleans amounted to only 750 bales. I eidertuui. Vay Heron Ordinary a I1I4 12 St4 Hood ordinary 310 B-10 low middling (fioia aw-v Middling rfll eilis Mood middling f?113n 11 Vi anaaiuuf lair an ais The market was dull. Sales. 300 bales, of which ex-miters took none, spinners 200 bales. Clear stains quoted at Pljtf lOUc COTTON STATEMENT. CoTTOIJ SJCCBANCB April 9. Stock September 1 , 187H 6.408 Received since last statement.... 557 Eeselved previously 370,411 871.048 370,451 Slipped since last statement. 818 Shipped previously 321,883 ii.i.i tock at noon this day IMPORTS. 48.700 875 . l.lrtl .871 048 Thus far this week f bus far last week , deceived previously Memphis and Charleston railroad 42 Louisville, Nashville and ti't Southern It- It- 41 Paducab and Memphis railroad 10 Mem phis ana Litue hock raiiroau 4 1 Steamers 341 Wagons and other sources. o j'otal receipts to-day EXPORTS. 557 .. 1.0H1 .. 3.250 ..827,751 Thus far this week Thus far last week Since September 1st Memphis and Charleston railroad 414 Steamers north. By rail north 454 414 Total shipments to-day 808 IBT TELEGRAPH. The following are the official telegrams of the condition of the domestic markets as received at the cotton exchange LataU Telegrams. Stale of frux Middling. Market. Bee'pts Sale. Walveston New Orleans . . Mobile Savannah Charleston Wilmington.... Norfolk Baltimore Xew York loston Philadelphia.. . Louis Augusta Oulet. yulet. Weak. DulL (inlet. Quiet. Oulet. Dull. Quiet. Quiet. Quiet Ixiwer. Dull. 001 1U8 lia 104 11U 11 10.S.711- 118 Hit. lli 115 11- 1.811 7rt 1.018 1H3 10 385 44 no 305 33 405 14 Yeslerday's New York closing telegram reports: Ordinary, it ll-10c; good ordinary, 10 7-lSc; low middling, 10'Hc; middling, llsc; good middling, ll&uc. Tone of the market: At 10:30, dull; 12:15, quiet at 1-1 He decline; 2:15. quiet; 3:10, quiet. Sales, 418 bales. The following are the closing rates In New York futures for yesterday and the day before: laterday. Day Injure. January March April May June. July AUgUSt September... October November.. . December. . . 11.51311.55 i 1.35a 11.37' ll.42rill.43 11.55r 11.57 11. OIK? 11.70 1 1.78r? 1 l.xo 11.08r? 11. 01 ll.noff 11.52 1 1.30311.42 1 1.41 r? 11.43 11.54311.58 Il.4iaii.42'" 11.40 1 l.tl2?ll.U 11.77r? 11.78 ll.Xtl.tl 1 88 11.73r? 11.74 11.507711.58 11.44r? 11.41 11.453 11.40 Tone of the market: 10:15. shade easier; 10:42, quiet; 12:50, easy; 1:30, quiet and steady; 2:15, quiet and steady: 3:15, steady. Sales, 54.000 bales. New Orleans closed dull at 1 1 -inc. for middling; receipts. 1811 bales; sales. 750 bales. Yesterday's Liveriiool closing telegram reports: Cotton quiet and weak: middling uplands, 0 3-ltd; Orleans, rt 7-10.1. Sales 8000 bales, of which 025O was American. Liverpool deliivrin opened with arrivals quiet; April-May, 0 l-l'd; June-July. 0 t-32d; July-August, 0 ll-32d. At the close arrivals were steady at l-32d lower; closing rites were May-June, 0 5-32d; June-July, t! H-32, (Had; July-August, 0 5-lOd. The movement at the ports was reiMirted as follows: I Thi t Lajtt j Same Time I Wetc Week. Lnxt Tear. dec'ts since Friday 8.770 8.051 lil.WO kxp'UtoU. Britain 10.318 -5.100 23,180 Kxp'M to Continent 18,110 3.H75 8,3(12 dtock. 000.201 701.017 511.70t GENERAL TRADE. During the week just passed there has been only a moderate degree of activity; the country people are detained at home by planting, but Just now the number of articles on the market Is much restricted, those of winter passing out of demand w hile those of spring have not yet made their ap pearance. Corn yesterday was In full supply but the demand was very quiet, and more was offered than found buyers. On Saturday evening 1 15 sacks sold at 47lc, yesterday 350 sacks at 47c; In store, 523 55c. r.'ii- corn w:is in good demand and brought a better price than shell; sales ol 25, 50 and 300 wicks at 4c The war news from Europe having improved the price of wheat In St. Lou Is. holders ex pect to see corn advance also. tats are quiet with moderate arrival: sale of nj sacks at 4213c; 21 HI sacks of heavy wits were offering at 47c; lu store. 43 50c. hran In moderate supply with a steady demand and very firm, jobbers asking $21 ; in stora, $1 IO; sale of 70 sacks corn bran at 14. WfurU sale of KO sacks at S 1 On. VontiirtU demand mod erate: sale of dray-load lots at $2 35; round lots, 52 303 2 32I3. l'(atr are losing their Importance and the stock is low; the e Is little offering except peachblows; Jobbing sales are at $2 25 for ear y rose mid russets, peachblows 92 40; new potatoes are getting common In the New Or leans market, so that old are down to $2 5033; new potatoes made their appearance lu our market yes terday. Aipir were in moderate stock with a steady demand for good; sales! from store at S334. t.'h.l were In fair supply at 12bc with occiislonal sales at 1 1c and at 12c. Huttrr quiet at 12325c. Chu ktiut are steady at $23 2 25 for oucks.$2 503 3 for mixed, 53 2533 50 for hens. Turkrytwry few offering, sell at $15320 according to size, sales yesterday at 8 Id. lmckx at $3 .Via 4. and geese at s.V0 when any are ottered. I 'iriw continue scarce and In quan tity below the demand; red, 4: yellow, S4 .Via barrel. Ontifjr. $3 2530. r. S3 .Vl34 50. C'ncMinuf. 83 i0 lier hundred, feunutx, 31,334c for red; white, 434ta Itrinl Jruit apples, 4b35c; Ceaches. ieeled. 18c. IUhiix, $2 2532 0O per ushel. jjerw. Si 503 2. (i'nmjiB,Sl sn 32 ler bushel. Hmiii,y. 3 2533 SO. KriU, $4. Fmrl trvriry, 5i,s3'lsC per pound. Ontmtul, 53 5lsc lier tiound. I'nu kti irhnU, 530c per liouud. ft'kL, S4 50 lr half barrel; H 50 per barrel. Mllbt mrt, H5c a busheL e Juh, 8c HUU ttlnt. 15310c; dry-sailed. 1231:1c, as III weight: (trven-salted, U37c, green. 530c: lamb-skins. 25' 50c: shee-sklns. as In annum' of wool, 25 -3$ I ; dry deer-skins. 18322c; asm-skins range from 15 loiVn-ea.il. Tlie New Orleans fiotytw, of Kriday, rei-orted coniiueal In-tterat &2 51: ggs, 123 lrtc; of iiotapies it said: " Tbe city markets are abiin.lanl ly supplied with new Ixxitslaua oPttoes and the de mand is confined lor family use. m account of not being well matured, there Is 110 Inquiry for shlie merit. Western potatoes and apples are dull. Po tatoes are quoted ats2 5t)3.3; apples SI 5u32 per brL" 9f erchantn' IVhoIewale Cash Price. VhunU r rf Vnmrtrr Offiryd SUitmtrtJ. FLOUR Higher; suei1lne, SO 7537: double ex tra. 87 .V); treble extra, Jl ; choice family, is 50; fancy. S 7531 per brl. COKNMEAL-Klln-drted, S2 5032 Mi per brl. COhN Mixed. 523 3c; white. 5.3?54c ier bush. OATS julet; mixed, Ti352c;whlte.5.3355c;red seed. Kc; pure black, scarce. 70375c BKAN Scarce. SI 1031 15. HAY-KIrm; choice western. S17318; prairie, nominally $11; iiiUed, 15310. BACON (Loosei Klrm; shoulders, (j37c; long clear sl.les. lc: clesir rib sides, HImM'4C: clwir sides, i j.-; breakf.-ist, llla312c; sugar-cured hams, un canvased tuid ranvased, 12I2lc; packed, 1x3 L4C hlglier BULK 1-ORK t Loose!-Outlet; shoulders, 0c; long clear, 8IS.3KI4C; clear rib. HittfO; clear tides, xVsc: hams. He: Kicked. UriUc burlier. MESS POHK Quiet ; mess pork, heavy, Slrt; rump pora. mi LAKu Oulet; In tierces, 10la3 10Vc; In kegs, llUr: hall-barrels. 11 Lie: nails. HU3llic. BaLINU STL'EKS Nominal: bagging. 2 and 2Uj lu-. 1 1 i"c; uaiiiu; iwiue, l.ir lc; iron ties,44 oivc; i.ieced lies. 4C. MACKEREL Half-lKirrels. No. I. S7 2537 50 half-barrels. No. 2. SO 2530 .Vi: half-bBiTels, No. .3. $5 .VI; kits. No. 1, $1 iV); kits. No. 2. SI 2o kits. o. :t. si id. WH1TKFISH Half-barrels. SO. COFFEE yulet: ordinary. Ilils320c: fair, 20ls3 2ic; gcsid, 2H322c; prime. 22;jr2ic; cnoioe, 2-U; t ZW. Jara, 30c; Cordova. 21if22c RICE -Firm: ordinary to choice. 37c Sl'.iAk-Lol'ISlANA -Ualet: In hhds f:dr. ic fully fair, 043l'Ls;; prime, !iAc choloe.lOc; yellow ciar.ned. lUeallc; wnite. 1143 12MC; barreled Uc hlirher. SLuAR REFINED -Easy: refined A. 11W3 lllje; rrusheil and powdered. 12U3 UVjc; granu laled. 123I24C: cut loaf, l:tc; all nominal. MOLASSES -Dull: common. 40c: fair. 45348c prime. 52354c: strictly prime. 55c: cholee.5S3dtJc. SY'rU'l"S -Common to fancy. 35c3sl. SALT Coarse and common line. In barrels SI 40 11 1 rl5: dalrr. In barrels. o.r:l: Liverpool coarse, sacks, (I 2531 30; Liverpool Hue, sacks, $1 503 1 OO. soap Hesin and Oerman, fiaftiijc; Latnng s, .r ac. CANDLES Boxes, full weight. 15c; half box. loLc; quarter box, lite SI ARCH 43.VC. WHISKY-85c394. LIME-SI 353 1 50. CEMENT Louisville. S2 25: Rosedale. 75. ESCL LEN'TS AND FHLTTS Apples, nominally per barrel, S33 4; lemons, per box. ?4 5(35; or anges, per box. $4 25i7 5; potatoes, er barrel, Jf: 25.7 3 50: onions, 535 2.i; beans per bushel,' Vlit l : dried apples, nl.roc. MISCELLANEOUS Butter western table.cholce. 24r 2tle: butter. Inferior. 1 03 l;c: eggs. 1 1 3 1 1 t-c nails. ier keg. $2 7532 85; vinegar, jier gallon, l325c, tobaicco. lier liouud. 48tf!iOc; spice, lsc; tiepper. 20c; sardines. $15315 50; oysters, 1 lb, 5c3Sl; oysters. 2 lb, $1 3032; coal-oll, 24c: matches. SO 7537; cotton ni, 18310c; grass ro!e. 12t-j3 13c; jiowder. kegs, SO 35; shot, patent, $2 25m 2 35: soda. kegs. 5c; soda, cases, Oc; cheese, 14'-ju loc; new raisins, $2 4032 U. ir TELEURA I'll. CHICAGO. April It. Flour active and higher; western extras. s.- 503 1 : winter extras, sii 2.l 8 25. Wheat excited and higher; No. 2 spring, 1 34c cash. has sold 38Vgr? 30-Mc June. Corn active, firm iuid higher and unsettled. 40:14c. Oats, 331 tie. Pork unsettled but generally higher. $14 10 3 In cash. $14 32li June. Lard generally un changed, v 37Vjc cash, W 52l4cJune. Bulk meats steady and unchanged, vt nisky, si o.. LOUISVILLE. April 0. Flour active and higher family, Sl 2531 50. Wheat demand active: red. $1 oO. corn dun, 41 344C oau quiet. ; 44c. Hay aulet. S8311. Pork firm. 814 25314 50. Bulk meats lirm. rilst?., 743 8c Bacon In fair demand, HU3, 8V38ic Sugar-cured hams, 10Vi3 12c. Lard In good demand at full prices; choice leaf, tierces, lote; ditto, keg, 11 lie Whisky quiet, $1 04. Bagging steady, 12V23 13c ST. LOUIS, April v. Flour stronger and tend ing upward for medium and choice extras, which are scarce. Wheat excited and higher; No. 2 red fall. $1 01 bid. Com active, firm and higher, 413 411-c Oats higher. 3 He Whisky. 81 04. Pork firm, $14 50. Lard dull; current make offered at piac, with Plc bid. Bulk meats Inactive: clear ribs, 74C asked. Bacon quiet. rVM35. StTS-'.. Ki'3K7t,c Hogs steady, with a good demand, S4 3o a a 25; receipts, 200 head. CINCINNATI, April 0 Flour steady and higher; family. $7 2037 40. Wheat excited and higher. $1 0031 OS. Corn steady and higher, 42345c oats quiet but firm. 303 40c. Pork Ann, held at $15. Lard firmer, with light offerings; steam, W..VIC; kettle. 10i.p?10&4C Bulk meats in fair demand, offerings moderate, 535i, 7t37iw37sC. Bacon quiet but firm, OI4, 8ls3SAC Whisky. $1 04. But ter dull and heavy; fresh, 20322c Hogs firm, with a good demand, $4 4035 45; receipts, 3iH)he:iJ; shipments. 000 head. NEW YORK. Anril ft. F'lour steady with a fair demand; suoerflne western and State, SO 403 i); Sr. Louis, SO 853 IO. Wheat irregular and unsettled; No. 2 Chicago, In store, $1 50 Corn demand act ive; steam mixed, 51351C. Oats steady; mixed western and State. 41 357c. Coffee demand mod erate; Rio, cargoes, 10321k; gold. Sugar prime, Oc; Muscovado, Xl-jc. Petroleum quiet nut nrm; cruae, 1 1 l ti,7 1 1 c: retlned. 1 0P. Pork opened excited and higher and closed llrm; new mess, Jfl5315 12l. Middles lirm, 8384C Lard closed dull and heavy ; prime steam, o.Snc Butter neavy; western itiai inc. Cheese dull, H314UC. Whisky, $1 083 1 081.. NEW ORLEANS, April 0. Flour quiet but firm; superfine. $5 7531. Corn demand active, 403 50c Oats dull; choice. 40c Hay dull, S10310. Pork du 1; Jobbing. $10310 25. Lard dull; tierce, SW310c; keg, 1013 HAiC Bulk meats In good demand Fl3 5, 813 8:140. Bacon quiet, O.H SIL4 31mC Whisky, SI 05u 1 08. Coffee scarce and firm; Bio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 10l320l2C, gold. Sugar quiet; Inferior, 53hic; common to good common, 7l4''7:tic;JJair to fully fair, 838tc; prime to choice, x:43tc; centrifugal, 8Vi3itc; yel low clarified, 1u310Vic. Molasses firm; common, 80332t2c; fair to good fair, 35330c; prime to choice, 42350c Rice dull. 43 Oc Bran. SI 15. DRY GOODS. BT TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, April . There was a better feeling In the market and fair orders were received from the west and southwest. Brown and bleached cottons were Irregular In price; other makes are steady. Prints are In rather be'ter demand. Men's wear woolens are quiet. The HaUrtii, says that one thou sand cases of Waltham cotton hosiery will be per emptorily sold at auction on Krlday next. RIVER NEWS. Weather and lllver Chronicle. Those who are content with anything that turns up will probably not grumble at the weather lay out of the past week, and, of course, no one has a right to lie otherwise than satisfied. But It is an awful stretch of the Imagination for a man to say that rain, thunder and lightning, hall and wind are com fortable. Our apprehensions are aroused about the river; the present Indications are fair for an over flow, for which event our planters should begin to provide. The news from the upper Mississippi and Missouri indicate a Hood, which, coming down UKn the present high stage of water, mayswe:l Big Muddy to enormous proportions. Look out and stand from under. We refer toour official table and Associated Press dispatches below: Orric aiON al Skrvick Obs. TJ. S. A., I Memphis, April , 8 p.m. ( Above low Changes. BTATloa?. water- Rise Fall Feet. Inches Inches Inches Cairo 3T S- ti Cincinnati 23 1 4 Davenport, 7 3 W Dubuque '0 5 1 Helena, Ark 37 8 Keokuk 12 4 2 ...... Leavenworth 15 1 1 Little Rock 10 Louisville 0 8 Mcinpnlis 34 H Nashville 31 7 New Orleans 0 0 1 Pittsburg 7 5 Shreveport. 11 11 3 St. Louis. 10 3 2 VTcksburg 30 .4 10 ' Below bench mark. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YKSTERDAY. Time. Bar. Ther.l Wind. Rain FalL Weather. 6:43 a.m. 8:43 p.m. 10K18 p.m. 20.553 48 51 47 W. W. W. .10 .0 .0 Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. 20.0 iO 20.703 Maximum thermometer, 52 deg. Minimum thermometer. 47 de :. W. M'ELROY, Sergeant By Telearaph. OMAHA, April 9 Noon. River has fallen rapid ly since Saturday. It now stands 12 feet 10 Inches and still falling. NEW ORLEANS, April PNIghL Weather cloudy, windy and showery. No arrivals. Deiiarted: Chero kee, Cincinnati; Uleruoe. St- Louis. CINCINNATI, April II Night. Weather cloudy, light rain. River 23 feet and falling. The (ioldeu City Is due to-night from New Orleans. LOUISVILLE. April Night Weather rainy. River II feet O Inches In the caiml and stationary. Departed: Thompson Dean and Golden City, Cin cinnati. PITTSBURO, April ft Noon. River 7 feet 4 inches and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. ... Night River 7 leet 4 Inches and stationary. Clear and pleasant. CAIRO, April ft Noon. Weather cool, with light rain. Arrived: John B. Maude, St Louis, s p inj Belle Memphis, Memphis. 8 p.m.; Andy Bauin, 7 p.m.; (ieorge Lyles, Pittsburg, 8 p.m.: Keystone, Ohio river, 8 p.m. Departed: John B. Maude, Vlcks burg. U p.m.: Belle Memphis, St. Louis, 7 P.m.: Baum, Cincinnati, 8 p.m.; ieorge Lysle, New Or leans, 8 p.m.; Keystone New Orleans, noon Night River 30 feel 3 Inches mid falling. Arrived: Colorado, Vlcksburg, 4 p.m. Departed: Colorado, St Louis, 5 p.m. Movements at the Levee, AKRIVALS. Colorado, Vlcksburg; Coahoma, Friars Point; Carondelet, Ohio river; Mary Houston, Cincinnati; Damsel, lower coast; A. J. White, Arkansas City; Illinois, Vlcksburg; Osceola. St Francis river; Osceola Belle, Ashort; St. Oenevleve, St Louis; James Howard, St Louis; Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati; John B. Maude, St. Louis; Ashland, New Orleans; Centennial, New Orleans; Future City and barges. New Orleans. DEPARTURES. Capital City, Vlcksburg; Ruth. White river; Colo rado, St. Louis; Mary Houston, New Orleans; Caron delet, New Orleans; Centennial, St Louis; Ashland, St Louts; James Howard, New Orleans; Ste. Gen evieve, St Louis; Osceola Belle. Ashort: Future City and barges, St Louis; A. J. White, Rlverton; Coahoma, Friars Point; Damsel, upper coast IX PORT. John B. Maude, Illinois, Vint Shlnkle, Osceola. BOATS DUE. Itotrn Keystone and barges, George Lytic and barges. I p - City of V lcksburg, Hard Cash, E. O. Stanard, Golden Rule. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Vicksbuug Illinois, Mark H. Cheek, master, five p.m. ViCKSBCBO John B. Maude, Wm. IL Blake, mas ter, ten a. 111. St. Francis Rivek Osciola, J. M. Maumus, mas ter, five p.m. ST. Locis City of Vlcksburg, R. K. Riley, mas ter, Ave p.m. Kerelptsj Yesterday Illinois 7 bales cotton, 74 pkgs sundries. Colorado 4 bales Cotton, 20 beer-kegs, 100 bar rels flour. Coahoma 38 bales cotton, 228 sacks cotton-seed, 8 pkgs sundries. Asliland 2O0 sks salt, 0 casks claret, 25 cases wine. IO brls tar. Centennial 2 biles bags, 10 cases absinthe, 78 cases cider. 4 bales cotton. A. J. White 8 bides cotton. 17 bas feed-cotton, 25 sacks cotton-seed. 1 5 hides. 25 pkgs sundries. isceola Brought out of St. Francis river 70 bales cotton. 332 sks cotton-seed. 7 head stock. 82 pkgs sundries, 2i.hnJ feel lumber. 40.OOO shingles. Osceola Belle 21 bales cotton, 14 bags seed-cotton. 13 sacks cotton-seed. 05 sacks corn, 5 head cattle. ii5 sheep, 12.0Kifeet lumber, lot sundries. Vint Shlnkle -500 bales hay. 2O0 sks bran, 310 sks corn, po brls apples and potatoes. x70 brls flour and meal, 0.XJ brls cement, 2.V empty oil brls. OO 1 Mixes bacon. in pes Iron, 173 pkgs furniture, 5sl pkgs sundries. Ste. Genevieve 1435 brls Hour, 310 brls meal, 85 brls potatoes, 25 brls crackers. IO brls glassware, 25 brls pork. 11 brls oil. 1350 palls lard, 10 tcs lard, x tcs hams. 20 coois isjultry. 523 sks corn, 835 sks bran, 315 sks oats, 1 1 bales cotton, 41 sks cotton-seed. 175 sks seed, llllpkgs sundries. 22 bead cattle, 15 bogs, 1 horse, 8 mules; total pkgs, 5'.S4. Levee fanurrapka. Tbe Vint Shlnkle, CajsVUn James Kennlston, arrived last evening from Cincinnati with 5O0 tons miscellaneous freight She returns to the Ohio river to-morrow evening. Business fair. The Future City and barges passed up Sunday eveuing lor m. ixmiis. The St Geuevleve dejiarted.last eveuing for St Louis with 200 bales cotton. The James Howard passed down yesterday with good trip, on her way to New Orleans. The Vary Ho.ton and Carondelet from tbe Ohio nver. j Kissed down Sunday lor New means. The Ashland ssd up lor ft Louis to-day, where she will enter the St. Louis and Black Hills trade. The Capitol City added at the elevator Sunday 800 sacks oil-meal and 15 Pins miscellaneous freight. Tbe John B. Maude, Captain Blake. Is the Vlcks burg packet this morning, leaving at ten o'clock. Mr. Wm Goebel is clerk. Tbe Osceola. Captain J. M. Maumus, Is the St Francis river irncket at live o'clock this evening. A. Haycock, the modest, is her chief scrlce. The Warbler, our April Fool sloop. Is disturbing the dreams of the marines all along tbe line. The Warbler Is next thing to "snakes in your boots." Captain Glenn has 130 bales cotton awaiting the Golden Rule, which Is due up tonlay, for Cincinnati. She will be found at the wharfboat during the day. The City of Vlcksburg. Captain R. K. Riley In command, Is tbe Anchor Line cket tills evening at Dve o'clock for Cairo and St Louis. Mr. Chris Sharpe Is her clerk. The two wharfboats at Friars Point, which have been In bitter warfare, a few days ago spliced haw sers (and the main brace 1 and now both steamboat men and merchants are hapy. The "bad" Illinois is on deck for Vlcksburg and way iiolnts at the usual nour this evening. Captain Mark Cheei will entertain you on the roof, while Captains Reese, Speers and Dan Sullivan will bilk to you over the desk. The following embraces all the river news fur nished by the Little Rock liazcite, of Saturday: "The JSfur Is authority for the assertion that the great tel egraph pole advertiser has given notice that the Pel Of Tecksus will leave for Memphis to-day." The Hard Cash passed Devall's BluiT vestenlav morning, coming out of White river with a god trip of freight and people, and will arrive here to day. She will leave to-morrow evening with a re turn tip lor White river, going through to Jackson port Jimmy Sullivan's Vlcksburg Commfrevd talks musiy about one of the popular steamboat com manders, and we reteat It without fear or favor: "Capt Mark Cheek Is doing a rattling fine business with tbe Illinois. How in thunder could he do otherwise with such a Jolly cuss as Dad Spears In theoflice? She has . '1480 packages." The Osceola Tints gives us this Piece of news: no gouuv rename, dui, indeed, news to us: "A new contract to carry the mall, to and from Memphis and Osceola, has been awarded to John D. Adams, of Memphis, who Is to put a boat In this line and de liver me mail twice a week. This may suit John D. Adams, but will not suit our people as well as the oiu system aiu, ana ior ouvious reasons." bunday's Little Rock Gvtrtte: "Stearnboatmen are happy. The river Is now swelling rapidly, and the news from above reports a general rise and heaw rains. F'ive feet six Inches was the gauge mark at dark last night The Belle of Texas from below, and the Florence Meyer from above, are both exnect- ed to-day. Mr. Thompson Dean, a prominent banker of New York city, arrived In Little Rock Saturday morning, ana is me guest 01 Jiajor jonn JJ. Adams." From the following we retrret to learn t.hn. CMitnn James O'Neal Is swindled out of his appointment as Biwiiiiooai inspector 111 i. ixlll9. i ne dispatch is dated Washington. April 5th: "The naners rescind ing the susiienslon and reappointing of Frank Bur nett as supervising inspector of steamboats for the St Louis district were miide out this afternoon at the treasury department and forwarded to St Louis by tltla ovnnlnff'a mull Thla ... I , .-, . ,.i ...... . .. ... - ... . ..v... (,.-, ui ru lulu- clpally by D. P. Dyer, who originally had Burnett ap pointed to tbe office. When It was announced that Burnett was to be suspended Dyer came on to Wash ington, and by shrewd management and influence got Sherman to reconsider and take the cose before ine caoinei, where Burnett was suptiorted by the sec retary of the treasury and Mr. Sehurz. It Is said liver1 nisii saw ine .rresiueiiu Captain Ad Storm's office, on the elevator. Is an- knowledged to be the neatest as well as the best regulated to be found In any establishment In the city. Ad Storm Is proverbial for neatness and good order about his office and business generally. Since the blue-glass mania has become the absorbing theme as regards health, etc.. the captain has added four blue panes to his south window, which, if they produce no other effect, diffuse a beautiful, soft en chanting light on all the surroundings. Henry Lowe wjiswell pleased with it until yesterday, when he no ticed frequently that the captain would address per sons not present and who had not been present dur ing the day. At first no notice was taken of this phe nomenon, until finally Captain Storm addressed a certain individual whose presence was not manifest to any one else in me oince. and naturally It began to be attributed to the effects of blue class on the brain. Captain Storm's dlsclpllne.whlle being very pleasant 10 ait, 19 ai lue same nine very rigiu as regar.18 OUS1- ne-s, and no one would dare insinuate that his blue glass was the cause of the manifest absent-minded ness. Butterick's Patterns! SPRING STYLES JUST RECEIVED Send for CATALOGUE which shows erery Garment numbered, with full directions hotv to take yonr ft - ' - I 45 1 ti measure. J. II. AL,1KIC'II. General A cent. 54 Scruuil Hti'eet. Memplilw. LEA & IERRLS' CELEBRATED PRONOUXCKU BT OOHNOIStiKLTt-S TO BK THB KXTIUCT of a letter from a VKDICAL. OKNTLK- mam at Madras to bis brother at Worces ter, May 1, 1851: " Tell Lea 4 Pkb rins that their Sauce la li I rli I u,.u...w..l oxLY ;oou SAICE," And applicable to liPTRfllHiJ in India, and Is In fcS:'l my opinion the most KVKRT VAKIKRT or DISH. palatable, as well as thA mrwl ujhi.luuit.tia " Sauce that Is made,' Worcestershire Sauce LEA & PERRINS SIGNATURE Is on EVERY BOTTLE. JOHN DUCAX'S S0S, SRW YORK tue Browne, the Plumber. Gas Pipes, Water Pipes, hteam Pipes. Stone Pipe, Rubber Pipe, Kntli Tubs, Pumps, Hydrants, Gas Fixtures! a Fitting: Vrass Fittings! EVERYTHING CHEAP. J. W. X. BROWNE, 258 Second St., opp. Court Squars Why suffer with Dyspepsia or Head ache, when they may be speedily cared by Parker's Ginger Tonic 1 A dose before meals strengthens the appetite, and enables the stomach to easily digest its food. This pleasant remedy promptly checks Diarrhoea without Const! pa ting- the bowels. Consumptive And welcome relief, and steadily gain strength from its invigorating properties. It la the best remedy for loughi and Colds, and the Ac;ed and those too feeble to bear the cold of winter. And a comforting strength in its vitalising warmth. Cramps, Colic, Dysen tery, Heartburn and Cbolera In fantum quickly yield to this remedy, and it overcomes Rheumatism and Cions by correcting acidity of the stomach and promoting healthy secretions. Sold by all Druggists. 8. H. HOLST. T. W. HOL3T. G. II. HOLST & ItllO. UNDERTAKERS, 35iO Slain, opp. Peabody Hotel. ALWAYS on hand, a large assortment of Metallle Cam and Caskets, and Wooden Coffins, ef every description. Esy-Orders by telegraph psomptly Oiled, and Cases shipped C. O. I). ASK xU i THOS. D. RADCLIFFE & CO., Coin mission 31 crcliants Xo. 21) 1 Front Ntreet. CIIAIIPION PLOWS! if ! POUT Kit, TAYLOR A CO., AtLXTX SOO Front Htrect. ROBT. FLETCHER. W. E. RAYNER Fletcher & Rayner, -KIi--.."t?LV3-. . WHOLESALE MANUFACTUEERS OF SADDLERY, HARNESS, AM) COLLARS, AND DEALERS IN Saddlery Hardware and Leather No. 2:iO Main Street. Between Adams and Jefferson, Memphis, SIGN OF THE SADDLE. tr- We manufacture all our own goods, and can offer to the trade at prices that will compare favor ably with any of the Eastern or Western markets. All orders promptly and carefully attended to. MOORE, BASSETT & CO., LOIBEIt DEAliERS, Nos. 351 and 353 Second St., Memphis. u o CO 3 CP 3 -. V o CO s CO O CD rv CO 1 (A NOTICE TO CITY TAX-PAYERS. AKECENT act of the Legislature requires that all city taxes for the year 1K7?. due and un paid on the first of April, 1K77. shn'l be put In the hands of ofllcers for collection, tnctirrlns a nt naltv of 4 per cent, commission and 50 cents for a levy. tnis is my last notice. J. J. hiivll(.s, County Trustee A SPLFADII) PFOKTUXITY TO WIN A FORTUNE ! FIFTH G:tAND DRAWING, 1877. At Xew Orleans. Tuesday, Slay 1st. LOI ISIAA (STATE LOTTERY CO. This Institution was reeularlv Incorrionited bv the LeKislatureof the State for Educational and Charita ble puriioses In lsttH, with a eapltal of Sl,KK).00), to which It h;is since added a reserve fund of SM5).(.KK). ltM Urand Minelei umlier Drawings will pike place nitmtbly. it never gcaUnor iHi.il)mtirx. Look Ht the following scheme: '.A I'l '.., fitly. K, .t.MH. lOO.OOU TicketM at Two loIlari Kach. Jlalf TirketM mi. LI6T OK l'KIZES: 1 Capital Prize $30,000 1 Capital Prize 10.O0O 1 Capital Prize n.OOO 2 Prizes of S2500 n.OOO 5 Prizes Of 1000 5,000 20 Prizes of BOO 10,000 lOOPrizesof 100 10,000 200 Prizes of fit) 10.0K) 5(10 Prizes of 20 10.0(K) lOOOPrlzesof IO 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 9 Approximation Prizes of 8:100 2,700 H Approi'mation Prizes of 200 1,800 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900 1857 Prizes, amounting to S110.400 Write for circulars or send orders to M. A. lau- Dliin, I. O. OiHi, Xew Orleans, i.a. Extraordinary Semi - Annual Drawing, Under the iiersonal supervision of ;en. ii. T. It E A t K FAi A H I. of I oulslana.and en. Jl liAl. A. EAKLY.of Virginia. TUESDAY, JUNE 5TH. Capital Prize. S100.0O0. Tickets. 810 only. SMITH & WESSON'S New 9(olel With Al matl. 3a Calibre. Cartild' Kjoctc Uelltri Fire. convenience, power and accuracy, it is ie'u.. If your merciiaut does not keep them, order di rect from the Agenry, 7iP St. New York. 31. W. Hoblimon, Gen'l Agent DIMMOLI'TIOX. THE firm of STANTON, POTTER ft CO. Is this day dissolved by limitation by withdrawal of CHAS. POTTER. The firm name will be used only for t-ettlement of their business, at the old stand. 274 Front st J. S. STANTON. CtlAS. PoriEtt. Memphis, Tenn., April 2, 1877. XEW FIIIM. REFERRING to the above card, we have this day associated ourselves togrther and will continue the business of Grocers. Copon Factors and tiener.il Commission Merchants, at tbe old stand of Stanton, Potter ft Co., 27 hnint st , under the firm name of STANTON & STAKKfE, where we will be pleased to see ail our old friends and customers. i 8 STANTON. Memphis, April 2, 1877. E. T. STAKKE. .ROBERT LEWIS. FRED. W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, Boiler Makers & Steamboat lilacksniiths. Blacksmlthlng of all kinds. Copper and Sheet-Iron Workers. All work promptly done, day or night. Terms cash. Residence, No. 00 Promenade. Whop. Adamx nt.. near Hlver. Memphis JOHN JOHNSTON. J. N. FORD JOHXWTOX & FOKI. ATTO It X K V H-A T-L. A W, Bio. Tladlow utrff. !Hmilil. Tenn f$ Fa1 A TOTTO OTi Ififl RESTORED. 11 . - vt jiFinuini iiny'i-uiienco. wno lned " Tain every knnu r mfHly. will learn of a simple ire?M-r1 A ion. VUEZ. TI ir I II . m . n . . . . . vmo ' ! i-vr .OUS U'"OI IU premunre decay, lnt niuiihc-l. ud all U!I2er bruus-bt on by ci eise5. Any w.r.ii..i; u'" intrredl-nrs. Addrt-ss PAV1D!0. c CO., 86 Rassau St., ft.V- PRESCRIPTION FREE. TjV)R the speedy cure of Seminal Weakness, Lost . . wsuiucia iriuiigui v.ii uj t . discretion or exoeas. Ang druggist ha tbe Ingredl- UU. JAUUKa at w. Cincinnati. Ohio. r ! x W $mmmM .-svr-'i..''''. a I g j :i Sash Laths : iC j." AKO I AMD m R Blinds 3h:kgles 0 ft;':-': j t 2 - t-' 'i'--!", .'"1 , :,',:.TT ;':-:! g I- WV.yri-w X, V,:; . E" f 1 i ,-rl i j H ',: s rwi s4 Q m CHICKASAW IRON WORKS ! RANOLE, HEATH & LIVERMQRE, Pren. Xo. i) XIXI STREET, MEMPHIS, T EXX ESS EE, Iron and Brass Founders and Machinists DRY GOODS! 100 pieces of White Pique, at 10 cents. 100 pieces fine 4-4 Eieached Domestic, 9c 1 00 pcs.choiceCalico, slightly damag'd,5 1 -2 200 White Honey-Comb" Quilts, 50 cents. FROM AUCTIOX bsiery and Jaconet Edgings ! ISlacl Silks at $1 23 a yard. Remnants of Silks at low prices. Carpets greatly reduced. Krusscls Carpets, clioicc designs,! a yard. o WHOLESALE KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEf Wines and .Liquors ALWAYS ON HAJJ, AT 297 MiIN" ST. TUliliVIIXXS. M. C. TEARCE. PEAEO Cotton Factors and No. 258 Front street, Jleoipliis, IVim, PARTICl7I,An ATTIiXTIOX 1AIJ TO THK WALK OPCOTTHS J. XV. LIM1MKV, NMW mat HOUSE 1 LINDSEY, GOODBAR 4 GO. Wholesale Hats, Straw Goods! LADIES' TRIMMED iamin.1 aauktu.vm a.i stash). In the District Court of the United States for the UilMct or v. e.t l eiiuessee In the matter of t;ider & lleiiersh, BankrtiDis In bankruptcy. To the creditors of said Bankrupts: r pAKE NOTICE. That a general meetlnK of the J. creditors of said baukmnts will lie held at the office of T.J. Latham. Esu., Ht-glster in Bankruptcy ror saiu aisinci, at jaenipnis. ino. i diain street, on the 14th day of March, 1877, at 1 1 o'clock a.m., for the purpose ot declaring a first and final dividend. l also give you notice that i nave meil my i;nal ac counts as assignee of the estate of said bankrupts in said court, and that I shall apply to said court for settlement of m said accounts, and for a dlscliarge from all liability as assignee of said estate, in ac cordance with the provisions of the 28ta section of the Act of Congress, entitled "An Act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United Stals," approved March 2, 1 80S. O. wtxiLDKiLHils, Assignee, 211 Main st. Mempbis. February 21. 1877. tu Xon-ReriIoiit Xoticc. Ko. 101! In the Chancery Couit of Shelby county. Tennessee a. r. Anoerson, iommissioner oi Kev- enue, etc,, vs. Thomas L. Beard et al. It appearing from the sheriff's return in this cause that the defendants, Thomas L. Beard and R. H. Heath, are n.it to be found In bis county: It Is therefore ordered, mat they n ake their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis, tenn., on or betore tue nrst Jlonday in May, 1877, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to them and set for hearing expa:te; and that a copy of t his enter be published once a week, for four successive weeks, In the Memphis Appeal. This luth day of March, 1877. A copy attest : E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. Mcllenry, Deputy Clerk and Master. H. C. King, Sol, lor compl'iit. mh20 tue Xon-Kesidt'iit Notice. No. 2i:t0 In the Chancery Court of Shelby coiuity, Tennessee N. W. Miller et al. vs. . W. Rone et al. It appearing from affidavit In this cause that the defendant. . W. Rone, is a non-resident ot tbe State of Tennessee and a resident of tbe State ov K ritucky: It Is therefore ordered. That he make his ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis. Term., on or before the first Monday lu May, 1877. and plead, answer or demur to cum plalnatit's bill, or the same will be taken for o m fessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Apt al. This 12tli day of March, 1877. A copy attest: E. A. COLF:. Clerk and Master. Metcalf ft Walker. Sols, for compl'L mb.V'1 tue United States Court Clerk's Sale Railroad Locomotive. IN pursuance of a decree of the United States Cir cuit Court, made and entered on the Uh day of December, 1871, In the suit of Wm. S. Plerson et al. vs. the Memphis and Little Rock Raibiay Company et al., I will, on the Neventb Day of April A' ext. at 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell, at the door of the cuuithouse of the said court. Ui the highest bidder, for cash, the rail mail locomotive, " Birmingham," used as a yard engine at the Memphis and Utile Rock Railway." HORACE K. ANDREWS, mhrl tue Clerk U. S. Circuit Court. B AiniinitratorK Notice. HAVING qualified as administrator of H. J. Brewster, deceased, creditors will file their claims with me. or my attorney; and debtors will pleasepay at once. Memphis, Feb. It. 1877. J. B. BREWSTER. I.. B. McFarlard. Attorney. fe20 ta TroHtee'h Sale. I will sell, to the highest bidder, at public sale, for cash, under trust deed made to me by Dan Curnane and Margaret Cti-iiane. and recorded August 13, 1872, In Record Book 8il, p. 571, Register's oflice of Shelby county. Teiiu.. the following described real es Uite: J'art lot ISO. In city ot Memphis, liegliinlng Hfili feet west of the west line of Main street, on the south side of Jackson street; thence west with the south line of Jackson street seventeen feet, extend ing south, between parallel lines Irom the front, 7414 feet, on which I a 3-story frame building. Sale on TneHday. May 1. 1H77. at 12 o'clock, on tbe southwest corner Main and Madison streets. Redemption waived. JOHN P. TRE7.EVANT. Trustee. JNO. RE1D, BUILDER 320 Second Street. psr-aT AIRS A SPECIALTY. Estimates made rot; p antes bavins losses by Ore, or aiij suuk In mi Uo . TXT- A LARGE LOT OF DEALERS IN of Iireet Importaiio L. ii. SLGKS. & OOn Commission Merchants V. OOIBAK. HATS, AND TRUNKS, - Over iSalf u 3:iliim. Ittt-ibut ..-.1. I.OI JWS ATVA MTATi; tUTTEBV O. This institution was regular!; lncprjKrtei! rha Legislature of the tfate for education::! ao cha-ita-ble puriKises in J8ii8, witii a capital of Si.ii. '. -.!1. to which it ban since added a reserve :i of $:ir0.0iKl. !- Cinntl tiiirlc SnmlM-r llraniiiss v.111 take place rnonthly. ( or potpsi.x- Looit at the lollowiius scheme, (jlraittl I'romcnailc (.'onrrf. during which will tike place liie Extraordinary Seini-Auiiual Drawinsr, At New Orleans, Tuesday, June 5. Is77. Under the personal supervision and luaiiagemet.t of (ien. . T. Heaarecard, of Lioniniatiu. and Urn. Julial A. Karly, of Virsiuiit, CAPITA l! PKIZR, SHKI,OiNi, lr Notice Tickets are Ten Dollars only...- J Halves, So. Quarters. 82 M. Eighths, 1 25. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Capital Prize of. ...Slno.OftO $100,000 1 (irand Prize of iiO.OiiO f0,tHH 1 4Jrand Prize of 20.O00 20,000 2 Large Prizes or 0.000 20 000 4 Large Prizes of Ti.tiOO 20,000 20 Prizes of 1.OO0 20.000 SO Prizes of fiOO 25.000 100 Pri'.es of !!00 yo.OOO 20O Prizes of 2O0 40.(,l.i 000 Prizes of 1O0 lO.0OO 10000 Prizes of 10 100,000 APPROXIMATION PK1ZK9: 100 Approximation Prizes of $200.... 20,000 KM) Approximation Prizes of 100 10.000 100 Approximation Prizes of 75 7.50O 11279 Prizes, amounting to $522,500 .KN. i. T. BEAUREGARD, of La., UKN. JUBAL A. EARLY, of Va.. Commissioners. Write for Circulars or send orders to M. A. O il I'HIV I. O. llox G'J-Z. Xew Orleanw. l.n. J i:i31 EXT NOTE. I- OOK! LOOK! to your Interest, every one wishing J to siive trouble and expense of law suits, and save money, will do well to buy one of H. L. Jones' Combination Note-Books Sold by WILLS ft WILDBERHER, Book Dealers, No. 317 MiUn street, Memphis. Tenn. CHANCERY SALfc OF REAL EST AT V, No. 151. N. R. Chancery Court of Shelby county Wm. Nlchol, Adm'r D. L. Dunn, dee'd, vs. W. D. Dunn et ai. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause, on the 2"itii dav 01 Feb ruary. 1870, I will sell, at public auction, to me highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and M;if t-T otlice. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Maturday. April 7, 177, In legal hours, the following described property, sit uated In Shelby county, Tennessee, and being iir t ions of the Dunn tract, as per subdivisions of t.ame on file herein, to-wlt: The west half of lot No. B. Ixmrided as follows: Having a front of loo feet 011 the north side of Vance street and extending north to a street and railroad, parallel lines to the west line of this wet half, being 310 feet as designated by the yellow bor der 011 the mai or plat herein. Lot No. l. of block No. H, fronting !"0 feet on west side of Middle street, and running back 217J j feet In depth. The whole of Wock No. 47. having a front oi 21! feet on the north side of Spring street arid 2 1 feet on the south side of DuBose avenue, divided into eight lots, four of which front 50 M-IO feet 011 Spring street, and rour front .ri4 0-1O feet on Dullose avenue, each having a depth of 100 feet. And lot No. 3. of block No. 11. part of Home tract of Dr. Dudlev Dunn, and adjoining the ier trcict; said lot having a front of f0 feet on Vance street. Terms of Sale Cisi'i. Equity of redemption barred. This March 13, 1877. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, Deputy -C. and M. H. i. Smith. Smith, ft Collier, C. W. Hriskell, Heiskell ft WeatherfonL Attorneys. Uihl3 tue The uboe sale Is tost Mined until Nsturday. April 14. 1S77. to commence at 12 o'cluct m. This April 7. 1877. EDMUND A. COLE, CTeri and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C and M. Administralor'M Notice. HAVUS qualified as administrator, with the will annexed, or Captain Martin J. Manning, de ceased, late of Tunica county, Mississippi, not ce is given to nil -rsons holding claims against the said estate to bring me thi-Jr accounts and demands; and all persons Indebted to tbe estate, or having prop erty belonging to it, are requested to come forward and pay or deliver tbe same to me. WM. M. RANDOLPH. Memphis, Tenn., April 7. 1877. Pi:; vat k So. 17 JFFI KIJS.IV STUKET, I'etweea "TJaln nntl I-'cAtif. "lemphi i.-.Ai-L -..ik:i m 1--W.) DR. JOHV?'N is:..-VnowMigid by all l l-t!em te:o:"i :in t.j f ir tue mv-t su,-r--fiil pli;.:c!.j r t" tre-itn-er.t o' -I-!'.--i'a or fc-ei dl.-.Mes. 'Jh'.h ;, t,'K, . -.i.'n Hii.l ; in. eiu cine-guaranteed In every c '. male or K mi c. hc. -nt c is s of (JonorMii and "rpblOscu'el !:i a ff uiiju. without tb u I it: y, ch?.. : - cr Llti-Laiiee from biwlr.-. : . .-. ...I j :: s. 1 i'mtv-; ,;j eradicated v-ii 1 .'. t.'i i i.:r in v . . . I.'it.-luii'.'iry loss or H n ii'j::..vi .1 0. i- 1 .i ns. 5 : e'i from lnip.ii..f r-r . --h f f'A.r.1 i-v.;'.s ro-l-i.i ,1 tj r.re vl ;i.r in ri ij-t titc . ci ais of s--':-.i h:ms aad esc.iv veil-!, tu!r.ii t:i u I:e:maI0IIl and bxs til Ih.rVca' and ment.tl power, speedily and irui- Lr'll'T CUlt d. la ilcalrir nttcrition paid to the Diseases oi Women, and cures guaranteed. Turoat and Lung DWcirses cured by new redemles. Ail consultations sit icoyconadcnilal. .Medicines seat byexpre to all piiilsof thecoui. it. Office hours froui K a.m. low p.m. SuDdaii Ir.'-i' 3 10 5 p.m. D. 3. JOHNSON, M. D INMAN LINE .HA 1 1. 8TKA1IF.1W FOR OUEEASTOWS AS1 LIVERI'OOL, Sailing from New York as follows: Citt of Richmond. .Saturday, April 14, 3 p.m. City of Bkisskls. . .Saturday, April 21, noon Citv of Kkki.in SHturday, April 28, 3 p m. Cn r of Chk-tku Saturday. Mav 5, 1 1 :(KI a.m. Citv of Muntkkai... Saturday. May 12. at H p.m. Passengers will find these steamers tastefully llttou up, and the staterooms large and perfectly ventilated. The saloons are the entire wiuth of the vessel, and situated where tiiere Is least noise and motion, Rre;dly lessening the liability to sen-sickness. Smok ing rooms. Ladies' Boudoirs, Pianofortes and Lib li lies. Kath-roo'iis, Barber's stop. El- ctrlc Bells, Spa cious Promenade Decks, etc. Southerly course during the Ice season. Rates of Passage -.iMI unci SlOiX gold, acconlliiv to;uHommmiatlon.a;i havlugciiiial saliHin iriviei-i. Hound Trip Tickets $145 and $175. gold. Steerage To and from all points at reduced rab) JiOlN ii. DAI.K. Aint. 1., Broadway, New Yolk or TfioYltS KlriHK.lt. Kmiiiet Bank. Memi.his. Memphis & Liltie Reck Railroad. T Nacecrdane.-iwIth a final decree rendered by the . United St lies Circuit Court In chancery for the Eastern District of Arkansas. In a cause therein pernling in which William S. Plersou et al. me p:ilntlifs. ami fie Memphis and Little Rock Rall rc : i Company et al. are defendants, I shall proceed to sell, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'ciocK p.m.. on the 27th dav or April, 1877. fi.r cash in nam!, to tiie highest bidder, at the fiont door of the building in which said court is held. 011 the enrner or Main ami Kourih streets. In the city cf Llf-.c Rock. Slate ot Ark:iiis's,a!l t'ie lands graiiteil to the Memphis and Little Rock Railroad Company by tiie Slate or Ark.in.-as. t.y the act of tbe legisla ture of said State, Rppioved January 1H, 1K55. Hllil by the act 0. congress appioved February!, iHM, wh;c!i had not lieen sold bv said company at tlis nie nf said deoree, HP'l also the Memphis and Little H'K k Railroad, extending Troii) the west bank of the Jislssiiipl river opposite Meniihls. to said city ot LiHie Roci. lis road iKi. depots, right of wav, and all Its works and roll ins-stock, and the charter and Inuichises of said raProad company. The lands tiislalHive described mil Lm first sold In one let; and then the remainder of tiie property above described which belonged to said "Memphis an-l Little Ruck R.-iiliond Company ou tne l..tdayof Mas l8tlo will be sold In one lot. Biddeis at s;iid sale will be re-iulied to deposit with tne commissioner before bidding a sttflicient sum ol money to pay the debts due fioin tin- leeelver l.i chancery of said propeiiy In said cause, as reported under said decree, or else to deposit with him a majoi Ity In value of tiie tiomis and coupons secured lv the mortgage of the Mem phis and Little Rock Railroad Company, dated May 1, 1 800. which deposit shall he f orfeited If the pur chaser making sneli deposit shall fall lo comply with the leinis of bis purchase. Payment of the purchase money shall be made within ten days after toe day of sale. Overdue coupons and bonds so cuteil by said mortgage are receivable in payment of puicha.se money lor the distributive share of the pui-chase money to which they shall be entitled. These sales aie made subject to the debts created or assume 1 by said receiver, except debts lor money borrowed under the orders or said court, and subject to all suits pending against him at tbe time of said saie, tor payment of which liabilities a Hen Is re served on said proiietty. Immediately after said sale I shall proceed to sell, for cash, at the same place, In one lot, all the property of the Memphis and Little Rock Railway Conifian-'. embraced In its mortgage dated Decem ber 1, ls73. comprlsln-; all the right, title and In terest of said railway company in the property above named, and the charter and franchises of said rail way company, and ail Its personal property and choses in action. Its loiling-stock, and connections wllh othev railroads, and all its property nnd appur tcnaiices of every kind. Including railroad depots and rights of wav In Memphis. Tennessee, as mon fully and particularly set out In said decree. The bonds and overdue coupons .secured by said last named mortgage will be received In payment of the pur chase money for the distributive shares of such pur rhaie money that shall be payaWe en the same. Copies of said final decree mav be obtained by ad uressing Ralph L. Oood: icb. Esq., clerk of said court, Little Rock, Arkansas, with fees for transcrib ing tiie same. ilven under my hand nt the city of Llttie Rock, this 1st day ot December, 1K7H. ALFRED SILLY, Commlsdoner. U. M. Eose w ml B. C. Brown, plaintiff's salleltors. 'n'ritce Kale. By virtue of a Trust Deed made to me by W. A. Dooly on Ihe lirt day of February, 187rt, anil re corded In ftecor t Book of Deeds in Trust No. 14, page 201. in the o.'liee of the Cleik of the Chancery Court of Desoto county, state i f Mississippi, and at the rei'!e.-t of the beneficiaries In said Trust Deed. I will sell, for cash, at public outcry, to the liUhP-d bidder. In town ot Hoi 11 Lake, lu said county and State, on M.iturday. the Jth day or April, 1H77, within legal hours ot that day. the following real es tate, situated In the county ot DeSoto. State of Mis sissippi, to-wit: The noilhwest juartr of section 2'., township one (1 1, range 8 west. It being a part of a tract of land known as the Bledsoe land. Equity of redemption waived. Title blltved to be good, but I only sell as trustee. W. W. MCDOWELL. Trustee. TriiHU'e'f !ale. Py virtue of a Trust Deed made to me by E. L. Dooly on the first day of February, 1871, and re corded In Record Book of Deeds in Trust No. 14, page 200. of the office of the Clerk of the Chnnceiy Court of DeSoto countv, Mississippi, and at the re ipiestof the lit ntllelarles in said Deed of Trust, I illsellat public outcry, to the highest bidder, lu 1 1 town of Hoi 11 Lake, In said county and State, on ! urdny, the l tlii luy of April, 177. wituln legal hoi.rs or that day, the folk wing real es tate, situated In the county ot DeSoto, State of Mis sissippi, to-wlt: The north half of the southeast quarter of section 20, township one, range 8 west, it being a part or a tract of laud known as the Bledsoe land. Terms of Sal"- Cash. Equity of redemption waived. Title b lic ved to be g.wid. but I only sell as trustee. w. W. MCDOWELL, Trustee. Trustee Kale. T)Y virtue of three stver.il deeds of trust made by J" Ellen W. Lewis and M. W. Lewis the first or dide November 11.1 S75. and recorded In boon 10'.', ;i:-ie f.. in the Register's otlice of Shelhv county. Tenn.; the second or date November 13. 1875, and roeorded In said hook ltlii, paice 83. both tothe un dersigned, B. F. Smith, as trustee; the third of date December24, lK7.).tnthe undersigned. W. L. Clapp, 'is tiustee, and recorded lu said book 1011, In said Register's oflice, on p;ige 403. said deeds of trust being made to secure certain debts mentioned therein, we will, on Hat urdny. April H, 1H77. st the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, in ,'he city of Memphis, Ten.vs'te, sell to the high est bidder, the following desciilied real and personal et;u, to wit: A lot of land, and improvement t iereon, situated in said city of Memphis, and de s ibe.l in follows : ll-glnnlng at a Kilnt on the sou: ii iMiie. of Adams stieet three hundred I300 feet e:;st of the Intersection of the east line or the (irst nliey east of Third street; thence east with the south side of Adams st'-eet fifty Till! reet; thence south wardly one hundred ton! forty-eight and 11 li.ii; Isistsl feet, at right angles with Adams street: thence westwardly In a line parallel with Ad.uu. ptreet fifty 0O1 feet; thence northwardly In a dliett line one hundred and forty-eight and a-half 1 1 4HLv feettolhe beginning, being part of original lot Nc 477. Also, one strip of land adjoining the west IPu or the above-described premises, being one root In width on Adams street, and running back south wardly along and adjoining the west line or tne aixive described premises one hundred and forty eight and a-half L148ij reet to an alley, the satu.' uon which the west line of the " Whiteiuoi" House" Is built. Also, the fu-nlture In the bouse on said premises, known as the Wblleinnre House, am: described In a eoriveance of said furniture made (iv Z. H. Wbiteinore and Kiialieth Whltemor- to said Ellen W. Lewis, or dale November 1 7, 1 875, arid recorded In said Register's otlice of Shelby counts in chattel book No. H. iige 38rt. Terms of Sale Cash. Equity of redemption waived, and the title believed to be good, but we sell as only as trustees. H. F SMITH, February 18, 1877. W. L. CLAPP. Trustees. AdmiiiiNtrator'M Xotice. HA VINO qualified as administrator of the estate of P. P. Fralm deceased, alt persons bavlnn claims against said estate will present them, duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, tc me or my attorneys. J. M. FRAIM. innng Halsey and Carroll 4 Karr. Attorneys Chancery Sale of the Memphis and Kal-ei-rh Kailroud, Etc. No. 2318, R. Chancery Court or Shelby county Shelby county vs. Memphis and Raleigh Railroad Company et al. By virtue or an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In Ihe above cause on the 21st day of March. 1877, I will sell sit public auction, to tbe highest bidder. In front ol tin Clerk and Master's ollloe. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Ten nessee, on Maturday. May 5. 1H77. within legal hours, the following described protierty. to-wlt: The iiersonal pniierty or said comiany ol every description and character, Inclu Ing the en gines. Iron, locomotives, cars. Implements, tools, etc. Also, the roadbed, right ot wny. deKts. build ings, and all other properu attached to the Ireehold, together with the rights, privileges and franchises of said company. Terms of Sale-One-rourth (U cash; balance In 12 and 24 months; IkiihIs with approved security; lien retained, etc. This March 31. 187 1. F.. A. COI.K, Clerk and Master. By R. .1. Black, Deputy Clerk and Master. J. A. Tayl-.r, Humes and loslon, and J. J. Du Bosc. Attorneys. CHAXCERl' -6ALE OF KEAL ESTATE. No. 2387, R.-Ctiancery Court or Shelby county, Ter. n. John Overton vs. Edward P. Fontaine et al BY virtue ot an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered in the above cause on tbe 15th day ot February, 1877, 1 will sell, at public auction, to too highest bidder, in trout ol the Clerk and Masters oflice. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis Tennessee, on Saturday. April 1. 177. within legal hours, the lollowlng described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, and In theeltf of Memphis, and known as lot No. 5 ot John Over ton's sutslivison ef his Chelsea p-eperty, maK- uj 1 . H. Humphreys, fror ting 58 feet 5 Inches on W Creek road and running back, between parallel lines. 150 feet to an alley. .... Terms of Sale-On a credit or 7months; pur chaser to execute note with retained till same Is ixild, and equity of redempuoa barred. This March.211. MaitU)r By R. J. Black. Deiaity C. and M. McDowell ft Wurrow, Solid ton). i sk