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TETJC MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY. APEIL 7. 1878.
RAILROAD TIME-TARLES. liOninvllle a 4reat ad Xiuilivllle Southern. and LEAVB. AKMItK. F.ipn. dally (eioept Sat) ,10:50 p.m.' 4:15 p.m. Mall. dlly !UiOa.tnJ HlSa.ro. Humlx.UH Accommodation, j dully -orpt ftumlays). . 4:40 ii.ru. ' Memphis) and Charleston. j IIIVK. AKK1VB. Mall A Express Traln.dall)! 11:55 p.m. 5:45 p.m. ttomemll. AccoininorlaUorj j dally (eicrpt tjumlar) . . 6O0 p.m. 8:18 a.m. Grand Junction Aoc, dally rxyU Saturdaro . . 7:40 P.m. H rOO am. 311laMippi and Tennete j i l4V t j AKKIVB. New Orleans Mall. dailr - i 3.1K) p.m. 1:05 p.m. Sardla Acoommodatkn,dai- I ly (exret Sundays 1 1 M a. m. i:15 a.ni. Frvlictil and Aco'inino'l'n.j I dally (.-r flin.n I HOOa.m.1 4:00 p.m. II em plil and Utile Hock. I LEAVE. AHKIVE. i 1 Muln Tmln. dally 5 80 p m. IO 40 p.m. Kt-'ght .Hnx-H Him H :ki tn H-OO p.m. KeccipU, bales, of which 17,000 were American. Uverpool arrivals opened 1-32 to 1-1G1 better; April, .VJ9-32J; April-May, bKd; May-June. 5 29-:l2d; June-July, 5 31-32d; I July-Autrust, t.d; Aajfuat September, b 1-J2d. At t he close of the market arrivals were weak. The movement at the ports was reported as follow: RIVER SEWS. Weather mad Rivera. The table and dispatches below arive offi cial particulars concerning the weather and rivers: Office Signal Service Ors.. V. S. a., I Hikpbis Ai rllrt. 17. ( I Thin I hut tThii Wrrk 1 H. I WVyjc. 1yt.t lir. Rec'ts since Friday 5l7i K.:itS7 8.01W Kxp'tstoG. Britain M.o4, 5.1 1 i S.4KI Kxp'tstoConUiieiil I0.75O 14.700 Stuck 55W.514) W18.174 BHX.M1 STATIONS, FINANCIAL. "Dull" was the only word to be got from the backs yesterday, and dullness is found everywhere; the planters are detained at home this fine weather by the refjular spring operations, so that dullness is the on.'y thing we can expect just now. Kxchange. how ever, is an exception; it pours in actively at discount buying, and '4 premium selling on New York; New Orleans buying at ,V dis count, and s'llingr at par- The New York Bulletin, of Thursday, had the following: "New York exchange was qaoted to-day as follows at the places named: Savannah buying at 1-16 premium; selling at f pre mium. New Orleans commercial, iat'31G; bank, par. Chicago, .'r0 premium. Huston, par. Charleston eitsy, plentiful at par. The weakness in exchange is believed to be tem porary, and to be due t the momentary in crease in the supply of cotton bills, which, added to the full supply of grain bills, more than mot the demand for remittances, either for mercantile or bond ac count. There is still a prob't in im porting lBiUd States bonds from Kurope, and this is likely to continue. Making full allowance for the amount due to Kurope on our interest account, it cannot but be conclu ded that the bond importations since con gress met have amounted to fully $100,000. OuO. United States bonds here continue strong, and higher than in London. Silver in London was .Vi'r.'U'd. Here, the bullion value of the new dollar was about i)2c. gold." In our local market no transactions of interest were reported. More shares of the Peoples Insurance Company are in the mar ket, asking SU. I BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, April 6. Rentes, 108f. 70c. NEW ORLEANS, April 6. iold, 101 13IOIJ4. New York sight, par. Sterling exchange, bankers' bills, 491 K. GENERAL TRADE. The weather was delightful Testerdav. but there was no relief from the prevalent dull ness; so far the grocery stores have had or ders enough to keep them fairly busy, but this week has seen a decrense. Oats were very heavy; potatoes, though still unsettled, were claimed to have more firmness; eggs were higher the general selling price was 12c; chickens were abundant and lower. The St. Louis Uevublican said on Friday: Tone and prices of the principal markets de pressed ; wheat has fluctuated daily, and flour and corn nave reciprocated, but in a less de gree; yesterday market values let down in grain the European situation co veins them: corn was in moderate demand, and ic lower: oats dull and lower to sell; provisions dull and weak; corn meal, 2 15(22 20 city and delivered; eggs lower, tic in cases; south ern vegetables lower; green peas in heavy receipt tne lew sal made were at oUi per Cairo Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque. Helena, ark.. . Keokuk Leavenworth . . . Little Hock Louisville. Mrsiiikls Nasbvllle New rleans... PlUnborx bhreveport. St. Louis. Vlcksburg above low water. Changes. Feet It 1 8 4 "4" 8 '"h" IS M 4 4 10 15 an Rise I Fall Inches Inches, inches 8 7 5 jo' 7 "2" 1 2 2 11 4 11 2 40 1 H 7 1 12 Below high water mark of 1874. LOCAL, "BtiKBV ATIONB IKSTKKDAY. Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather. 7 OO am. 29 75 55 Calm .0 Fair. 2:00 p.m. 2H.75 73 w. .0 Hazy, H:UO p.m. 2W.80 tla N,K. .0 Clear. Maximum thermometer, 7 deg. Minimum thermometer. 58 deg. W. M. M'XLBOY. Hgt. Big. Ser. U. S. a. LONPON, 94 1 1-K5; on April 6. Consols for money, account. 9l)i: United States .V2iJs, K'i;5-2'Js of 1S6'. 106-: 5-20s of 107, 106; new 5s. IQoKl Erie, 10; Erie preterrtd, 24; Illinois Central, 76. NEW YORK', April 6. Money in de mand at tifrf 7 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. 4iati per cent. Customs receipts. f 216,Xi. Ibe assistant treasurer disbuised f'.J.OUO. C:-arinB. tlS.OOO.OOO. Sterling dull, 43'jW!"r4-9. Government bonds: coupons ot 11, 107 ?B; do. I860, new, 104?,; do. 107, 109; do. 1868. 104; new os. 10yi8; new 4s, 103; new 4. luO;lB; 10-40s, 10SB ; do. coupons, 105?; currency 6s. 118,li. State bonds steady; lennessee 6, old, 3'J; Ten ntssee C., new, 36; Virginia 6s, old, 27; Virginia 6, new, 33; Missouri tw, 105. The stock market in the forenoon wai irreg ular, although the lluctuations were slight. Tn the af ternoon the market was weak until shortly before the close, when the early de cline of & to J8 per cent, was partially re covered. Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern was exceptionally strong, advancing to !' and closing at 55? s; Lake Shore fell off to ii'tJi and closed at WH, Northwestern de clined to 47'b and preferred to 71?. but -l,.- . 1 -. j-.t 1 f S . 11. i.iucu a ti-4 ami 114 respectively ; sr. Paul declined to 46?h and preferred to 72, out me rcruier arterward rallied to 4g; Pa cific Mail fell olf t Western Union de clined to 82 and rathed to 82. Delaware and Sa.",0, A SI Hudson rose to 55 and Morris and Essex to , J0, L 77?4-. The transactions aggregated 105,000 (Vvrnrw; ?a-bu9hel and 75cwl 25 per bushel-box; cucumbers, 75c$l per dozen; cabbage, $5 (a per crate. Corn in our market was unchanged; sales of GOO sacks ol yellow at 48c and 49c; 600 bushels of white corn in the ear, in bulk, 44c. Oofs in poor demand; good St. Louis offered at 36c, and no takers; small lots from store, 38c. Hay sale of 70 bales at $10 50. Corn meal steady at 92 25. Potatoes still unset tled, but holders sny they are rather firmer; in store, russets, (1(31 25; late russets, $125 (il M; peach blows, ft 'x 1 IA; rose, $I 1 25; eastern rose, fl 50tfl 70; peerlets, $1 40(!1 75. Street potatoes in store, Lou isiana, f 2 75(i 3; Tennessee yellow, $3325. Cabbage new Louisiana, $5 5 a crate. Eggs. Il$(tl2c, generally the latter. Chick ens plentiful and lower at $2 503 25; large hens, f i W. Jiutler common, 0(Sl2;5c; fair, 14(3 18c ; medum, 20C'i24c ; choice, 2028c; extra, 30c. Dried apples common, 3H4jC ; choice, 4 5JfTc; peaches, Ali(dbi. lemons, $4 50 (25. Oranges, (K't7 50 per box. Figs. 10 1230 per pound; dates, 6Jic. Nuts cocoa, 4 a hundred. Stock peas, fl 40L 70 a bunhel. Provisions clear side pork, packed, H&&$ici clear rib, 5c; long clear, 5c; shoulders, 444c; mess pork, $1111 25 per barrel; small orders are charged a lit tle above these rates. Bacon packed, clear sides, CJi'c; clear rib, 6c. Hams canvased, 8(tf83c; uncanvased hams, 8c. Lard 7c for tierces, 8)c for half barrels, and 8 9c for pails; country lard, 78c. Cotton teed $10 a ton at depot landing. Herehaata'Whaleaale Cash. Prices. Chamber of Commerce Official Statement. Flour Kirin; superfine, $4 755; double extra, $5 25(35 50; treble extra, $5 75 (46; choice family, $6 25(6 50; fancy, $6 75 (g 7 per barrel. Coknmeal Kiln-dried, $2 402 45 per barrel. Corn Firm; mixed, 5355c; white, 53 (toac; ear. o'Jc per busbel. Oats Firm, moderate demand; mixed, 40c; white, 42c. Bran Quiet. 9095c. Hay Firm; choice western, $1617; prai rie, nominally $89 50; mixed, $13il4 per ton. liti K Pork (As to age) Firm; shoul ders, 4c; longclear, ojc; clear rib,5S5?c; clear sides, 5c; casked, c higher. Uacos -(Loose) Firm; clear rib sides, 6H&!4i; clear g:des, 66Kc; breakfast, 8c; sugar-cured hams, uncanvased and can vased, 8f9c. Mess Pork Firm; mess pork, heavy. $10 75(311. Lard Firm; in tierces, 8c; half-barrels, 84c; in kegs, 8?4C; pails, 20 lb, 9c; pails, 10 lb, 9c. Baling Stuffs Bagging, 2 lb, according to quality, lOAfc; bagging, 2i lb, according to quality, 10?c; baling twine, 12;; iron ties, per bundle, $2 2. Mackerel Half-barrels. No. 1, $7 75 8 25; half-barrels. No. 2. $6 256 75; half- barrels. No. 3, $6: kit, No. 1. $1 55(31 65; 25(31 40; kits, No. 3, $1 10 shares, of which 22,500 were Lake Shore, 6300 Wabash. 9400 Northwestern com mon and tVKX) preferred, 12.000 St. Paul common and 2000 preferred, 21.000 Lacka wanna, 2200 Delaware and Hudson. 1200 Michigan Central, 5000 Ohioe. 9000 Western Union, 1700 Pacific Mail and 1400 Kansas Pacific. COTTON. Yesterday's Liverpool telegrams reported the market active and firmer, and l-16d higher. In New Y'ork and New Orleans cotton was firmer, but quotations remained unchanged. Inour market prices were steady and without quotable change; the demand was fair, and continues for clean and fancy stains, the supply of which waa comparative ly light. Sales yesterday were mostly to ex porters. CTottaa Kxehang-e floatations. St'indiird International CUimlflcation.1 Yesterday. IXiy tefore. Clean stains 72'? 7ifc 8g Fancy suios VU Kittft 91m Low ordinary r? rt(8 7 Hi Ordinary a 7ls if Ha tiood ordinary if 81 t 8I4 Low middling. (? fU f? WU Middling ?10 rtlO- ood middling (llOVt S10V4 Ml ldllnx fair NomlnaL .Nominal. Fair KouilnaL NomlnaL Market steady. Fair demand. Sales, 1400 bales, including 00 for export and 400 for spinning. Cottea Mtateaaeat. CVrrroM Exchange, April 6. Stock September 1, 1877 5,2V2 Rnorlved to-day 1.870 becelved previously 877e507 878.877 Shipped tolay 2.040 Shipped previously 340,725 8X4. 1H 84M.774 85,8115 . 1.370 . 1 .atirt 37.K77 Stock t, running axount) 1MPOKT9. Thus rr this week Thus Mr last week Since September 1st Memphis and Charleston railroad 120 Mtmlslppl and Tennessee railroad 54 LoulKVllle. a.thvllle and ti'l Southern B. B. 12H Fadtcnh and M-niphls railway H Mem phis and Little Kock railway Irt.'i btnainers Mlrt Wairons and other sources. 2oO Total 1,370 EXPORTS. Thus far this wxelt- 2.04H Thus far livt week I.K28 Since September 1st 34M.774 Memphis and Charleston mllrond MliulMtppI and Tennemee railway Louisville, Nashville and li t Southern B. B. Steamers north Steumrr. MMilh Hy mil. north My rail souui FOl 104 504 rt5H 2H2 I, is 15 104 2.049 Total The New York Bulletin, of Thursday, re ports: "The improvement seemed to grow out of a slightly peaceful dispatch received from Europe, aod while this was scarcely continued by later advices, its intluence waa reiTued. ond gave the 'bulls' their advan tage. As before, the demand for investment could nut be discovered as amounting to any thins?, and the buying was almost entirely to cover on contracts, a large number of which have greater or less margin, but are not .con sidered safe to remain unprotected when a turn for the Otter comes at ruling low prices." The New Y'ork correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune says: "The threat ened war, discouraging trade, and a crop es timated at3i0,0J0 bales larger than last year, are matters not to be winked at, and the ef fect, it is felt, muxt l to whittle prices off to a Ht ill finer point." I BY TELEGRAPH. 1 The following are the official telegrams of the condition of the domestic markets as received by the c.ifton exchanirej Trt'jruiut. ;Wf lon New Orleans . . MoWle Savannah Charleston Wilmington . . . Norfolk haillmore New York Boton Philadelphia . . bL Louis Augusta M-irk,t. Firm. (Vileter. iJuleC t leaily. WulrC Vulrt. Dull. Vulet. Nomlu'l JuleL Dull. ii'et. Firm. lirc'ptx. T7 4t5 twv 470 8441 24 250 w 177 517 14.J I'rii-e. Mulilliug. lO 10"b oaio 10 14 HV lOH 10 -lrt loa HM HI Yesterday's New Y'ork telegrams reported: Ord nary, 7?jC; good ordinary, 8 15-16c; low middling, 9c; middling, '19 9-16c; srood middling, 10 15-16c. At 11:30. firmer; 12::(0, nominal; 2;30, nominal. Sales, 567 bales. The following are the closing rates in New nary. 16(317c: fair. 17WO I8c; good. 18Jc: Drime. 19i(320c: choice'. 21c; Java. 27c. Rick Firm; ordinary to choice,6J(37ic. Starch 4c. Whisky 85c $4. Sugar Louisiana (In hhds) Fair, 6?4c; fully fair, 7ic; prime, 7c; choice, 8Jj"c; yellow clarified, 99j'c; white clari fied, 9Vf10c; barreled, tfc higher. Sugar Refined Firm"; refined A, per lb., lOglOjifo; crushed and powdered, 11c; granulated, 11c; cut loaf, lljc. Molasses Common. 28c; fair, 30c; prime, 38c; strictly prime, 4041c; choice, 45c; half brls, 5c higher. Syrups Common to. fancy, 3565c. Salt Coarse and common fine, per brl., $1 25(31 30: dairy, in brls, $1 75; Liverpool, coarse, sks, $1 25; Liverpool, fiue, ska, $1 40 150. Soap Resin and German, 4H.6Mc; Lat ting's Dixie, 4c; Latting's laundry, 5c; Latting's German, 6;; refined oil, 6Jc. Candles Boxes, full weight, l-ifa; half boxes, 14c; quarter boxes, 14c. Lime $1 15. Cement Louisville, $2 25; Rosedale, $2 75. Esculents and Fruits Apples.norainal ly, per brl, $67; lemons, per box, $4 50 5 50: oranges, boxes, $5 507 50; potatoes, per brl, $11 40; potatoes, seed, $1 25 1 75; cabbage, new, per crate, $5(3 6; onions, $2 252 50; beans, per bushel, $232 50; dried apples, 5c; dried peaches, 6(3 7c. Miscellaneous Butter western table, choice, 23(3 25c; butter, country, 10(3 16c; eggs. 10c; nails, per keg, $2 50(32 60; vin egar, per gallon. 18(325c; tobacco, per lb., 43(390c; spice, 13c; pepper, 17(3 18c; sar dines, $14(314 50; oysters (light). 1 lb., 60 65c; oysters (light), 2 lb., $1 101 15; coal oil, 17c; matches, $6 50; cotton rope, 17c; grass rope, ll(312Jc; powder, kegs, $6 35; shot, patent, f & 10(Z lo ; soda, kegs, 4(3 4Jtfc; Boda, cases. Sfaotc; cheese, 12(3l2$c; new raisins, $2 25. BY TELEGRAPH. CHICAGO, April 6. Flour dull. Wheat dull, weak and lower; No. 2, $1 09 cash and April, $1 11 May. Corn in fair de mand at lower rates, 40c. Oats unsettled and lower; 22?c cash, 26Jc May. Pork de mand light but holders firm, $12 75(312 87. Bacon steady and firm. CINCINNATI, April C. Flour quiet. Wheat dull; rod, $1 1531 20. Corn quiet, 40(341cJ. Oats steady, 2932c. Pork quiet, $10. Lard in good demand; current make. 7.377.500; kettle. 77?4c. meats steady, 3sb, 5(35' gc. Bacon and firm, 4.75, 5.05, (1? 6c. Whisky, Butter easier but not quotably lower, steady and firm. LOUISVILLE, April 6. Flour Wheat easier; red, $1 15(31 20. Corn firm er, 41(341c. Oats quiet but steady, 29 32c. Hay in fair 'demand, $9(312. Pork quiet, $10. Lard in good demand; choice leaf, tierce, 7?7c; choice leaf, kettle, 7372c. Bulk meats steady, 3b, 55bc. Bacon scarce and firm, 4?b. 5?B(a5.T-8c. Sugar-cured hams, 7J(a9c. Whisky, $1 06. Butter easier but not quotably lower. Hogs steady and firm, $3 90(33 95. NEW YORK, April 6. Flour dull; su perfine western and State, $4 40(g5; St. Louis, $5 20(3 7 75. Wheat spring easier; winter, $1 35(3 1 37. Corn in moderate de mand; steam, mixed, 53c. Oats in moderate demand; mixed western, 32(g35c. Coffee Rio, cargoes, 14(3 17c; jobbing. 14(31ifc gold. Sugar prime. 7sC; refined. 9i(3 lOAic. Molasses New Orleans. 24 (3 42c. Pork dull. $1015(310 2'j. Middlts quiet, 5sc. Lard steady, 7.37$(37.40e. Butter old western, 7(2 20c Cheese, 6(3l2iYc. Whisky, $107. ST. LOUIS, April 6. Floor fall super fine, $4 10(34 25; extra. $4 50(3 4 65; double extra, $5(35 15. Wheat opened lower, but closed higher; No. 3 red, $1 14(31 15 cash, $1 lbX April, $1 1?(31 18, closing $1 18 May; No. 4 red, $1 10. Corn lower; 394c cash, 39(339?c April, 41?8(3 40.'8c May, 41?(i4iic June. Oats quiet; 26ki'ccash, 2743271eC May, 27t327?c Julyl Rye lower, 5Sc. Barley choice Minnesota, 73c. Whisky higher, $1 05. Pork quiet; jobbing at $9 65 delivered. Lard nominally 7c. Dry wit meats nominal; clear ribs, 5c; clear sides, 5tgc. loose. Bacon lower, 3.75(33.85. 5 55 (35.60, 5.70(3 5.75c Bulk scarce 1 04. Hogs quiet. BT TELEGRAPH. Vicksburo. Aprd 6. Weather clear and pleasant. Thermometer 77 deg. River fell 12 inches. Up: Mollie Moore, 9 a.m. Cincinnati, April 6. Noon River fall ing. Weather clear and pleasant. . . .Night River 16 feet 8 inches, and falling. Weather clear and cool. Pittsburg, April 6 Noon River 5 feet. and about stationary. Weather cloudy and rainy. . . .Night River 4 feet 11 inches, and falling slowly. Weather cloudy and rainy. New Orleans, April 6. Weather clear and warm. Thermometer 72 deg. Arrived: Simpson Horner and barges, Pittsburg; New Mary Houston, Cincinnati. Departed : Golden City, Cincinnati; Commonwealth, St. Louis. EvAHBVTLLK, April 6. Weather clear and mild. Thermometer 51 to 64 deg. River- 11 4-10 feet, and swelling slowly. Down: U. P. Schenck, 1:30 a.m.; Liberty No. 4 and barges, 8 a.m. Up: Ben Frank lin, 8 p.m. Cairo, April 6 Noon. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived : Colorado, St. Louis, midnight; J. H. Sigley, St. Louis, 3 a.m.; Golden Crown, New Orleans, 4 a.m. De parted: Colorado, VickBburg, 4 a.m; Golden Crown, Cincinnati, 5 a.m.; City of Alton, New Orleans. 8 a.m Night River 19 feet 8 inches, and rising. Weather clear and warm. Thermometer 64 dee. Arrived:! Sam Roberts and barges. New Orleans, 3 p.m.; Belle - Memphis, St. Louis, 7 p.m. Departed: Sam Roberts, Ohio river, 7 p.m. .Moveanents at the levee. ARRIVALS. Geo. W. Cheek, Friar's Point; A. C. Don nally, New Orleans; West Wind, St. Francis river. DEPARTURES. E. O. Stannard, New Orleans; Cons Millar, Cincinnati; A. C. Donnally, Cincinnati; Ruth, White river; Katie Hooper, Arkansas river; Geo. W. Cheek, Friars Point. IN PORT. West Wind. BOATS DUE. Up John B. Maude, Coahoma, Phil Allin, Illinois, James Howard, Hattia Nowland. Down Colorado, City of Alton, Belle Mempuis, Andy Bautn, Osceola Belle. boats leaving to-day. St. Louis John B. Maude, W. H. Blake, master, five p.m. Vicksburg Colorado, Jas. O'Neal, mas ter, ten a.m. New Orleaus City of Alton, H. Bixby, master, twelve m. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. St. Louis Belle Memphis, James A. Yore, master, five p.m. Johnson's Landing Osceola Belle, J. G. Andrews, master, five p.m. Friars Point Coahoma, Stack Lee, mas ter, five p.m. Arkansas City Phil Allin, N. S. Green, master, five p.m. RECEIPTS. ' George W. Cheek 39 bales cotton, 27 sks cotton-seed, 11 pkgs sundries. West Wind, brought out of St. Francis river-a-261 bales cotton, 242 sks cotton-seed, izo pkgs sundries. Levee Paraatrapba. Business moderate. The City of Augusta has been laid up for the present. My Choice and barges passed down for N ew Orleans. " The E. O. Stannard departed early yester day moraine for New Orleans. My, how tie Cons Millar did wiggle under that load she left here with last nicht. The Fred Wilson, with a tow of empty coal barges, departed yesterday morning for the unio river. The tug Laurel, which has been to New Orleans with a tow of stave-boats, passed up yeBteraay ior uairo. The Riversides are going out to get flaxed by the Eckfords again this evening. Central park is the place. Captains Mitt Harry and James Reese leave by rail to-day lor Cincinnati and Pittsbure.and will close a contract for a new White river packet during their absence. Ihe West Wind arrived yesterday from St. Francis river with a fair trip. Hereafter she leaves every Wednesday evening for all points on St. Francis river at five o'clock. Captain Randle will make an excursion with the West Wind, leaving the landing at two o clock this evening. A tnp of twenty miles or more up the river will be pleasant this beautiful weather. The Cons Millar departed yesterday even ing for Cincinnati with 1100 bales cottjn, zw uarreis on, iw sacks pea-nuts, 80 barrels potatoes, luu pkgs sundries, 35 cabin passen gen, and 20 on deck. The A. C. Donnally passed up last evening for Cincinnati, four davs out from New Or. leans to this place. She put oft here a lot of sundries, bhe has on board 400 tons for the Ohio river, 90 cabin passengers, and 120 deckers. She added here 8 bales of cotton and a lot of sundries. Captain Ad Storm advertises the City of Alton to pass down for New Orleans at noon to-day, the first of the St. Louis and New Or leans Anchor Liners. The Gold Dust follows on Wednesday. Ihe new line is starting out apparently on the "make-a-Bpoon-or-spoil-a-horn" principle. At least the opposition's rate-cuuing don t seem to scare worth a cent. Don't it make a fellow feel awful nice, this oaimy Apni weather? The little March vis itation a day or two ago was just right to make us enjoy the present blessing of sea sonable weather. Let's see, Somefellow wrote tnac ".March, the old buster, is full of its bluster; its winds and its dust they are hor rid; better April with showers, or May with us nowers, or even July hot and tornd; bet ter August and September, October, Novem ber, or even December so harsh, than the wild, ranting roar of this hateful old blower, aecestaD:e, blustering March. Captain Lightburne received official notice yesterday ot the new schedule of the Mem phis and Ohio river packet line, and the ad verti6ement appears elsewhere stating that three packets a week, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, will leave Memphis hereat'ter. 1 ne packets in the new line are the Andy Baum, Ben Franklin, James W: Gaff, Vint oninme, james L. i'arker and Cons Millar. lhis euterpns nir packet line we know will be encouraged in their efforts to build up one ui our most important trades. HEIHICAL. FATENT COM PAS V. A PHYSIOLOGICAL View ox Marriage ! K B. CAMPBELL, President, THE RARBY HARRISON Attorney. on rtiu tit ia.1 IrvaiiM on th iJuiirs of wnmmusm ud ia 4cauM-tht unfit lor It; thes- rwctM of Byproduct;?! na A book lor li'-iTfclr1. four vrxsu a PetiwAic i;nint Anvicrnt On ?1 d;orxiro Priv:e Intar wiaiu Irom Sell adum. Excesix", or Secret Ciseiuc, wula to but iWanirnrur, latfpBrN.pnfcairt. A CLW'CAL I.rrTtrRRon tSs awyN ft:Mr anf fhoe of the ThroAtand ln n r, CsVtArrllBrUptuT, ihm J.rhr boole mnl porpil on r-Tpt ot price; or s!l threat AdrT 13 a. J ITS, Jsx Li N. bUi toU fet. Louis. M. NO CURE-NO fmm taJ t Uabio:?til trwt. Chlrsjfn, f ttr -nr? f all Nrrvyg iVblllly aaJ lmt ManhoiML wcmairntly rwrA lr. O.is a fraaloab ofth Kffim Si tioul. aixi iw no ir-urc; ha. lh lirzwl prarttrwln tb CniiMi StaUa. L.AIIKM rt-aatrinr Biinl with bom and bnard,oi!l nr wrft. krrrv mtivm-s tor immiu. 8raa Fil fmu fnr MAI(KI ( il IIK! ST I'ur, llmtnard. MARRIKI KAII1 and Rrniirmra Md ri'Ty enblnrismpl ol lulbtr(nU at.d lfrnljr orlm irt'irTuunn. Dv rxprvsa. CotavaitaOMa Bwm and coaadaThtiaO. niprrtant MARRIAGE; SECRETS: I a Romr or Dsrir ano pt. tied and Ihn.f MilMDnli. Itlog marrt should know. IKnvtonradljctm. Ilund- Mid for auceot. t money or poslajrv itunps). Addir C. A. Bu!wi, '! K. yifth Butrl, St. LoaU, Ma. THE BE8T-THK CHEAPEST! Tke AaterlcaB Mo ft Capaale Cobs pas y 'a PURK CAPSULATED MEDICINES In Metallic Boxns. Full directions. Castor OH, Codllver Oil 2Se oil TUTDentlne. Bals. Canal ba..yfte Oil of Cubebs with Copaiba 50c Oil Hale Kern with Karnala....75c finest ou oi banaalwood ?1 kJ Ask ior th AmtRiri Tradk Mark, and see you get lUi For sale by all DniKlsts "STAB" llT UK KEPT IN ORDER. f LflJ A. -r A. iaTTA " coNsnnaiiA 3 SKXHUBACHty Si SUKaEfiGaMPUKS, BILIOUSNESS. CLEARS TIC s ldferWGORfiTO S FOB DISEASES DF rVUVER STOMACH BOWELS Southern Patent Co.- (Chartered Under the Laws of Tennessee), HAaHVILLE, TEJE.V Fvlew of the Immensely large Increase In the number of Inventions In 'the South, this com pany baa been organized, and Is d re oared to trans act promptly, and on reasonable terms, all business connected with Patents, Trade-Marks and Copyrights. Letters Patent to Inventors, Trade-Marks and Copy rights obtained. Models and Drawings turrlsned. Patents In foreign countries secured. Suits fur In fringements of Datents and trade-marks conducted. and defenses of suits on patents and trade-marks at tended lo. Briefs made and furnished to attorneys In patent and trade-mark cases. Patents, or In terests In patents, purchased and sold, and contracts maae as w Territory and Royalty Claimed by patentees. Contracts for the manufacture of ma chine and articles patented secured, and all Infor mation connected with patents, trade-marks and copyrights, furnished. Liberal terms inaiie with at torneys and agents throughout the country. Address MOUTHERS PATENT COM PAX V, Ko. OO North Cherj-y tSCWashville.Tena. Rbfxrkncks M. Rums. Km.. President First Na tional Bank; CoL K. W. Cole, President N.. C. and SL Louis Railway; John Klrkman, Esq., President Third National Bank: Dr. William Morrow. Presi dent Mechanics National Bank: Hon. James Wlilt wortn. President Fourth National Bank; Hon. W. F. Cooper. Chancellor, etv: Hon. N. Baxter. Circuit Judge. etc.. Nashville. Tenn. UOU8KS & JIUL.15S FOR SALE J. A. FORREST & CO. DKALEBS Ui Sorses and Mules. 61 & 63 Monroe at., neatj Peabody Hotel. SEWSPAPKKS. i Anneal l Dai ly& Weekly Papers for the People Terms af Subscription. Dally Weekly DAILY: One copy, one month, by mall One cony, one year, by mail. . One copy, six months, by mall.. One copy, one week, in city One copy, one month, In city WEEKLY: rnecopy, one"year Onecopy. sir months I 1 OO io OO 5 OO 3 1 IO moo 1 S3 SAUCE. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF lea & P:RIos, CELEBRATED PRONOUN CK1 BT OOHHOiaSKURS TO BK THS 'OSIiY dOOD r Pamphlei addrrss Dr. Sawpofp. New Vo OR. IRQCE, 3J Court Place, LOUISVILLE; KV., A rfrolartr cdoeated and legally qualified physician and Cho Utoct uoeMsful as his pracuca will prove. Cares all forms of PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SEXUAL DIS ASS SpermatorrliessV and Impotency, at the result of wlf-abusa In youth, aexual excesses In ma turer years, or other causes, aud produclDc aome o f the fol owins ejects: Nervousacaa, Seminal Emissions, (night amis sioas by dreams), Dimaes of fcigbt. Defective Memory, Pby ical Decay, Pimples on Face, Aversion t Society of Females, Confusion of Ideas, loss of Sexual Power, -c., rendering marriage improper or unhappy, are thoroughly and perma nently cured. S YPHII IS PiUTely cured and en tirely erajiicsted from the svteni; GonOrrlieCU OIiX Stricture, Orchitis, Hernia, ior Kupiure Piles and other private diseasea quickly cured. It is seir-evidont that a phy sidao who pays special sttentloQ to a oertain class of diseases, and treating- thousands annu ally, acquires great skUL Physicians knowing this fact often recommend persons to my care. When it is inconvenient to visit the city for treatment, medicines can be sent privately and safely by mail or express anywhere. Cores Guaranteed In all Cases undertaken. Consultations personally or by letter free ana Invited. Charges reasonable and correspondence strictly connda&Ual, X PRIVATE COUNSELOR Or W0 PM imt to any addrtM, securely Maltl, for thirty OO) eenu. Should be read br all. Address as above. 003. boors from 9 A. M. to 8 P. 1C 8 Olid T , Lo 4 M K?KKSCJBIJPT10Hr FRKK. XTK)B THE 8PEEDY CUBE of Seminal Weakness. P Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on bv Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has thn inrre- ISO West Sixth street - . "DT7E are reeelvlnT dally a large VV HORSES and MULES. Persons wantlne stock will save money by calling before purchasing, elsewhere. Everything sold by us fully guaranteed uroers snitcitMi. STARCH. ERKENBRECHER'S Bon Ton Starch Is absolutely odorless, and Chemically Pure. It Is snownake white. It Is susceDtlble of the hiehest and most lastlne Polish. It possesses ereater strength of body than other iraue uranus. It is packed in Pound Parcels. Full Weleht euar anteed. It costs less money than any Starch In the world. It Is manufactui ' in the heart of the ereatest cereai region oi i-c uioue. It Is Sold universally In America by Grocers and Dealers. Its annual consumption reaches Twenty Million Pounds. Andrew Erkenbreclier CINCINNATI. Brkentrreeher' World-Famoux m Starch fnr Pond UW1FOK3IS. 8AUCK," assortment of I And applicable to lUixiraniSi kvebt vBirrr of nise. EXTRACT of a lkttkr from a MBDICAL OINTLI- mam at Madras to his brother at Wobcfstkr, May, 1851: " TI1 Lka Fib kins that their Sauce Is highly esteemed in India.- and Is in my opinion the mopt palatable, as well ss j the most wholesome Sauce that is made." Worcestershire Sauce TlirS OIVJKO THE COX8U.WER NOT O.YLr THE BEST, HUT THE MOST ECOXOSl WAJj SAVCE. so 3IQNATUBB is on EVEBY BOTTLE. JOHX DUACAA'S SOSS, Jfnrrar street and 1 Union Square, MKW YOKR. PROVISION JEAIiEKS. Memphis, April 1, J878. BY mutual consent. Mr. C. B. CABTEB eases to be a member of the firm of C. W. Goyer Co., from and after this dafe. The business will be con tinued by the remaining partners as heretofore, un der s?me name and style, who assume all liabilities, and who alone will settle all outstanding business. C. W. GOYEB. JAS. H. MCDATITT. C. B. CABTEB. C. W. GOYEB. J. H. MCDAVITT. LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. CHICKASAW BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. rnHE books are novopen for subscription to stock J In the Second Series. Shares can be had by applying- to the Secretary, 2HH Front street, or to the President, at 37U Main sireet. or Mr. S P. Bead. Jr.. at union ana nanters nann. Loans made any where In Shelby county. Attorney's fees paid by the company. K. g. CKAlu, President. A. Jp atchett, secretary. New Series! New Series! New Series! WORKINGMEN'S Bnildins and Loan Association. TSSUES a new series of stock every Quarter; com- JL menced business In 187a, and nas beer and is a SUCCESS. Stated meetings held on KIBST TUES DAY EVENING of each month, at their office. 2&1 Mam street, up-stalrs, to make loans. Seventh Se ries commences April 1, 1878. Subscribe now. Money to Loan ! Stock for Sale ! No Back Cues ! L. LaGBILL, President. Chas. T. PattTrson. Secretary- The Oldest Military Qothing House in the Country. Complete Out fits, Uniforms, Hats, Caps, Swords, and everything needed for regiments. companies, bands Jfj 3 colleges and corpora- Sara- Vyr pies, prices and full infor mation with cuts. Bent on application. Correspondence with a view to business solicited Leading Autaby Clothiers. cw.Gmn&co WHOLESALE DEAL" EaHS IN OVISIO&'S, SUGARS PR B. J. SEfflMES Sc CO. TTATTTTl 750 Brls. "Nelson Distillery" Fire-Copper BOURBON WHISKEY! SPRING OF 1873747576-77. sTKAJisnirs. Iliil wim FREE AND TN BOND J. T. PABGASOv JAMES A. HUNT. C. C IIEIN J. T. FARGASON & CO. WHOLESALE Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front and 32 Clinton Sts.. OTenipliis. M. II. COOVKIC WKl. JlII.LiKII. Ooover & Miller, MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS. SASH. BLINDS. ' FRAMES OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. Etc THOBOIUHLY HEAbOSEU Flooring, Ceiling, Siding and Dressed Lumber of all kinds, kept constantly on hand. Gin-work and Tanks made to order. Also Cottonwood Flooring's Ceiling and Siding for sale. We beg an inspection of our large stock. 161 and 173 Washinsrion St., Memphis. IE2E- Gr 0 C3 H2 MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 190 Main Street, Mem phis, Tennessee. A complete stock of IMPOST ED CLOTHS Doeskins, Casslmeres and Vestings, constantly on hand. Good Business Suits made to order for $30, and others at equal lj low prices. INMAN LINE IIOYAL MAIL HTEAHEB8, XEW VOUIv to qiJEEXSTOWa and LIVEK1OOL, Kvery Thnraday ar Hatarday, Tons. Crrr or BaTssna 7 7 5 Crrt Kkw Yom.,8500 Crrr of Pajus...8osi ClTT BBOOIXIS..2&11 Tons. I ClTTOr BKHL.IH I ClTTOr BlCHMOND. . ..407 Crrr or chiwtbr 45flrt ClTT OP MONTRRAX...4410 These magnineent steamers, bmlt In watertight compartments, are among tne strongest, largest not fastest on the Atlantic . The saloons are luxuriously furnished, espee!Jlr well lighted and ventilated, and take up the wboiS width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amidships, forward of the engines, where least aousa and motion Is felt, and are replete with ererv torn- tort, having all latest improvements, doable fcarUu, electric bells, etc The cuisine has always been a specialty of this Line. Ladles' cabins and bathrooms, gentlemen's tmok Ing and bathrooms, barbers' shops, pianos, Ubnv -Ties, etc. provided. " - , For rates of passage and other Information, annlj . . to JOHN A. DALB, Agent, 15 Ea-oadway, New York. Or to THO9 FIBRES, Km met Bank, Memphis TAX. SALE. t A.I MOLASSES! 1SE3IOVAL.. REMOVAL ' Thankful to our frlenda fnr th nDlmnnM heretofore bestowed on us, we woild respectfully so licit a continuation of same. w nm nmnami nsual to serve you with choice goods, at low figures. PJiURRAY & RIDGELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 37 Madison Street Hem phis, Tennessee. o T1TJ TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO OUB PATBON3 THE PUBLIC f!ENEBAi.T THAT W we are now prepared with the LABGEST and MOST VABIKD STOCK OK STAPLE and FANCY fiOODS suitable for the requlrefnents of our trade, ever offered In Memphis. We have REIit't'KO fttlffV. We make nice Business Matting, of Imported Uood. from St35 and b nward Jo an to enable every bod v to have their C'lochiaa- Made at Home, inMtead or srodiot their orders ant or the elty to seeond-elasH establiithments. We are Rhowinir comoleu lines of elegant Coatings. Suitings. Casslmeres and Vestings", of French, English and UVrn rTl M U l,r Hill W1 uul.tllll ... vu. vv.uu.vm oo.wi.b.wu w v,.. . ...... Give us a call and be convinced. WANTED. Seed Cotton Wanted. THE Bluff City Cotton Mill will pay cash for Seed Cotton delivered at, or shipped to, No. 81 Mad ison street. Memphis. THOS. J. KOSTEB, Setfy. STOVES. &.THE C. B. CARTER & CO WHOLESALE DEAL.EBS IN DRY SALTS AND BACON MEATS Lard, Hams, Flour and Meal, 357 Front St.. Memphis. Tenn. MISCELLANEOUS. mo keen Dace with our lanrelv Increasing trade. JL we have removed the ereater noitlon or our blOCK OI CHINA, Olass, Queensware, !Etc to the spacious and elegant building,' Ko. 33 main street, known as the SOUTHERN PAXACE We are now ready to wait upon our numerous friends and customers, and solicit of them an early exam- Inuflnn nf nil, Mnlasdlil tal t..lr btVi1K n-u a k. offering at greatly reduced prices. I O1 01 Forrest ft Falres), Dealers In W. efc S. JACK & CO. MULES & HORSES LITII06BAPII PRINTING. A ear Fostofflce Menphls, Tenn. A large assortment of Stock always on hand. Everything guaranteed as represented. wrders solicited. J. B. & W. A. Faires, PRINTING. ST0VE5 T?CMP9AVZ In 1463 Towns and Villages, in 908 Counties, in 74 Cities, in 18 States, Where they can be seen on sale and In successful operation. THE ACTIVE, FOB COAL OS WOOD. THE LADY GAY, FOB WOOD F. J. TUBXBULL BOLE AWEST, Dealer In Stoves, Tinware. Oils, Lamps and Hoase.VarnIsb.lns CrOOds, 234 frlain St.. Memphis 1 RAWING. 1 H A BtM,lC.01I OPPOBTUSITY to V71n a Fortune. Fourth (irand Distribution. 17R. m iicn vi irauia, j.uomiajr, April rim. Inearrlnc a Tremeadoss Bisk. They Incur a tremendous risk who sojourn or emi grate to reside In districts where malarial disease Is prevalent, without medicinal m-ana of fortifying their systems against the periodic scourge. The danger to bilious subjects, and to those who lack bodily stamina. Is particularly serious. A preventive and curative agent of known antl-malarlal efficacy should be frequently used and constantly kept at hand by such persons; and on none can they rely witn such certainty of protection and aid as Hostel ler's Stomach Bitters. This grand specific roots out every vestige of the malarial poison from the sys tem, and endows it with an amount of vital activity ana retell leg power that nullifies the Influence T miasma. It also prevents and remedies dlaordeu of the stomach, fcowels and liver, which are partl nlarly prevalent In malarious regions, and Is an In comparable general lnvigorant. ilurJhA. itxUnUiy. Dujf btfrt. April. 104910.00 10.70f? 10.71 May 10.77? 10.KnrrlO.Wt June IDKHr 10.r7IIO.rH Jul 10.u7rr 10.98 ll.OHrTU.07 Awt ll.OUr7H.01 11.10.711.12 rp(ember 10.xr?10.K5 10 l2r? 10.H3 ktoOer 1) i;:trIO.H4 10 72r?10.74 November 10.."Hr? 10.54 lOM'tl 10W tn'her 10.54r7IO.54 10.rt2r7 lO.rHI easy; 12:.'i0, quiet and easy; 1.-00, dull; 2:15, weak. Sales, 51.0U0 bales. New Orleans closed quiet and easy at lOKc ior miaaunir. sales, 4JUU oales; receipts, net, bales; (ttohs, 1121 bales; exports to Great Britain, 3400 bales; stock, 236,000 j Yesterday'f. Liverpool telegrams reported the market Hctivtj auU firmer; middliofi up lands, it 15-11x1: UrlSina. 6 3-lfU. f aips. 10,000 bales, of irb-cli weTe,'Ana)cui. DRY GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. April 6. Trade cont nues slow with package nouses, and the jobbing trade is only moderate. Brown, bleached and colored cottons are fairly steady, but out side makes of cheviots and cottonades are unsettled and lower in some cases. Prints are quiet in first hands, but dress and staple ginghams are active and scarce Men8-wear woolens are dull. Foreign goods are blug- EMPLOYMENT. I want 10OO Aetata to Caava for THE COMPLETE HERBALIST, IJ sniirivf) such terms and furnish such adTPTtislng Wm Vvt no man need maae Ijss Unri 200 o-1 luonm ana all ei;u, no mstter whtHhtrr rre ever nv hbmhI before .r AddreM lift. O. PHSLP3 I ttiOWN, ai erand mrwt, Jersey city. K. J.,aud tail panlouars whi 1 Mitt hf return mall. t A CARD. To all who are suffering- from the errors and Indis cretions or youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I wlU send a receipt that will cure you. FEES OF CHARGE. This great remedy was aiscoverea oy a missionary In South America. bend a seir addressed envelope to Bev. Joseph T. Ixmak, btatwn D. Bble Bouse, Sen Tort. Ham tidings for nervous sufferers, and those who nave peen aoeea, arugged and Quacked. Pulver- macher's Electric BelU effectually cure premature aeouity. weakness ana decay. Book and Journal, Willi iuiui luiv iuu wvrui uiousanoa, mailed free. Ad- areas rcLvaaaucaxa GALvang Ca, cinctnnaa. IA) I IHIA.'A HTATR LOTTKKY CO, This Institution was resrularlv InmrmratMi hv tha Legislature Of the State for Educational nnrl I h.r1ta- oie purposes m witn a eaniLai or i nort wuh-u uu since uuou a reserve ruad or VctMi,' 000. Its Wrand Minerle Knmber IlMtrl. hntloas will take Place menthlvon th wmond Tuesday. It never scales or postpones. Look, at the following uistnouuon : CAPITAL, PRIZC 30,HM. 100,000 Tickets, at 2 each Half Tickets Si. LIST OF ruizss: 1 Capital Prize .-. $30,000 1 uiiiiuu rna JU.l'UU 1 Capital Prize..... 5,000 2 Prizes Of 825O0 5,000 5 Prizes of 1000 5,000 20 Prizes of 500 lornm iw rrasjor it iii.(HMi 200 Prizes of 50 10,000 6O0 Prizes of 20 iikhio 1000 Prizes of 10 10.000 9 Approximation Prizes ot 800 2.700 9 Approximation Prizes of 200 1.K00 0 Approximation Prize of 00 WOO 1857 Prizes, amounting to gno 400 nesponsioie corresoonmmr amenta wanted at all Prominent bOlAU. to vhnm , llrmral mmrnurtnn Will be Paid. ADDlic&tlon fnr rntM tn plnrxt ahnnlrl only be made to the Home Office In New Orleans. wrue. cieariy stating full address, for further In formation or send orders to M. A. I)AITHI, P. O. HX Kew OrlMas. l.wilNn. 6 West Court St., Memphla, Tenn. All our Grand Kxtraordlnarv Drasrinn ant nndn the supervision and management of tiBNKBAUS i. T. BKAUREtfABD and JUBAL A. KABLY Tbe next drawing occurs Tuesday. May 14.1878 TOBACCOS. Royal Havana Lottery! EXTRAORDINARY DRAWING! OF APRIL 13, 1878. ONLY 13, OOO 84QO 2 Amounting' to (Spanish) TICKETS! SWEET USJHAVY l:nPwl?!T I - I IT ; UliU 11X11 J kimhmt srias H laniiV ntw. and AnrM at Cnlranlsl E tfc. V i f--r xrans and i. Am ctr. at -.rlni.g mr Jkmrina. 1b; Mil lokaa. "r muim. AS aat Mo. KTT. trsder. i cl H in. ! on tuiaHar ryaA. m. tkat Jatmmtt Unt la The Canltal Prize la Ona Prise of One Priaa of One Prize of Una Prize or One Prlza of One Prize ol Whole Tkikats. SI AO: Half. 7ft i en m, sin; i-swinii.ta, (s. .8250,000. $1,000,000 ..... 20O.O00 ..... 100.000 ..... 60.000 ...... 25.000 .... - - 10.000 6.0U0 Quarter. hh: Orders Oiled, prizes rv ls. Sort by ail dealers.. ant svrsaaiii i. w. A. JtAoa a QQt llUx., Votnjux, V cashed, and geoeral uformtlon ruralsbed Mr , - ST. HAKICU, 42 Decatur street, ew Orleans, la. SHIPPING TAGS PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING As cheap as any house In St Louis or New York, HtlNKMX S.O.TOOF&CO. New Type. New Machinery. Ne'v and Improved Papers. S. C. TOOF & CO. PRINTING-HOUSE BOOKBINDERY BY TH3 BECENT ADDITIONS OF NEW DE SIGNS OF TYPE and NEW MACHINERY and new and Improved stocks of papers, I am ens bled to do superior work on very short notice) and at extremely LOW PRItlX I can successfully duplicate work and prices of Eastern and Northern cities. I employ skilled workmen in all the depart ments of my printing and bookblndery buslnes?, and will guarantee entire satisfaction with all the work turned out of my establishment I do AL1 M.lNirs or .ranting ana Bookbinding, and re quest those dashing either or both to examine my styles and prices. No. 15 Court Street. miisicIbound n e most elegant style, at exceedingly low pi toe CAIiliING CARDS Gotten rip In tbe latest and most beautiful stvlea. for the execution of wnich I have added new stylbi i type ana carus. o. u. rwr, 15 Court street, between Main and Front Sts Memphis. Tnn Nos. 15 and 17 Court Street. THOS. II. 1IU5T & CO., OLD CHEMICAL DYE UOUIsKI Established, 1850. IO Jefferson st. T ADIES' and Gentlemen's garments Dyed in' JJ Cleaned In a superior manner; also, repalrlnit gentlemen's garments at shortest notice. All woii warranted. Goods by express promptly attends! e. JEWEIiRY. V. B. THAYER MANUFACTUE1NG PIANOS. u4 PIANOS. FOB SALE BY Xo. 7.t MAH NTRRET. ATTOIlJf EYS-AT-LAW. 31. . I,. STEWART, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Office So. 177 Main Street. Memnhts. WILL practice In the Courts of Law and Chai eery in west Tennemee and KnrtK mi..iUi. si Dpt. and give special attention to miiAMnn. il verancing. e. Gxn. JAMK3 R. CHALMERS. V. B. WADDELL. ST. JOHN WADDELL. Chalmers. Waddell & Waddell. ATT0KNEYS-AT-LA.7, AUSTIN, Tunica Conmty MIssisalppI. ABSTUACTS of land titles to Tunica county fur nished. There are very tew tarfct buut tin.. In Timlna aonntv. and their ficluiimnt 1. a nidui of much liaportanea to land owners. We will gt speclfti attention l these matters. Also to buying. selirA, renting and leasing kinds, paying taxes, rnalfclug eolleetkm, etc. - . JEWELER! And Dealer In all kinds of Gold Goods, "Watches, Diamonds, Silverware, Spectacles, ETC., ETC.. ETC. 13?- REPAIRING. Matching and V.iklnn N Good, specialties, and aiitlstactlon euaranteed. Orders from country jewelers solicited. VACCARG. V. TACCABO. IIIBBAY Jk R1DUELY. A. B. TACCABO. A. VAOOABO & CO., IMFOBTEBS AUD DEALEBS O W.INES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, No. 324 Front street, Mempnig. SOLV AOEXTH FOB CHAMFAGNE 19 FERIAL. PLANTATION HflhSWARE AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! 0 lo stoi-e. the Largest and Host Complete Htork Kept la this Market. Hoes. Traces, Uaaaes, Ullnd Bridles aad collars. Nina ,'letrees. Baek-JBands, Ktc, Kte. Ha vy Mheir-Uardware in great variety. BlaeVsmiths' aad Carpenters' Tools, Iron and Steel. Mole Agents for . r". Avery A Hons, and William Clore's Flaws. Cott va'serapers and Hweeps. Own er of the Mitchell fa tent Cotton-Seraner. ORttlLL BROTHERS & OO. 31Qand312 Front St.. Memphis. Sale of Direct Tax Lands. "TTTILL be sold, at public auction, to the highest V bidder, on the nrst day of Mar. 1878. at 12 m., at the otuce or tne collector 01 internal ueveaua, In the city of Memphis, the following lands situated in the 1-un civu District (country), Bneioy coua TnnnasMt Block 1-Lote fl. la 11, 13. 21. 2!i. 2, 28,8a 84. Block 2 Lots 2, 3, 4. 13, 14. Id, 21. 23, 27. 29. - Blocks LXS 5, 7. 14,17. Block 4 Lota 2, 4. , 7. 12. 13, 15, 18, 17, 18, 22. 2a. 2a.a1.u2. Block 5-Lou 10. 11,12,21,23,28,29. Block -Lots 8. B, . 7. 11. 17. 18, 1, 20. 23, 24. Block 7 Lots 2. 7. 10. 11,18. 14, 15, let, 17,18. IV), 2t, 21, 22, 2S, 2o, 20, 27, 29, 2tf, OU, Ol, 82. S3. . . Block H Lots 4, R, 6, 7, 8, 16. 16, 17. 18, 19. 20, 2 23 25, 82. Block IO Lots 1. 2, ia 11. 21, 2S, 27, Sfl. 40, 41. Block 1 1 IA H.4, 6, H, IO, 11, li 17, Zit.24.OV, H1.1fS.HH. Block 12 Lota 10, 27, 28, 8ft Block 13 Lou 1. 6 7. 8, 13. 14, 16, 16, 19. 29.80. 31.82,83. Block 14 Lots 2, 8, R, A, SO. Block 15 Lots 6. 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 22, 24, 27. 83. 4a Block lttLots 1, 2, 31. Block 1W Lots 8, , 10. Block 2 1 Lots 4, 8, 9, 1 0, 1 1. BlOCA 22 Lots n, 11. 17, 18, IV, 20, 2H.27. Block 24-Lots 5, 7. 8, fl, 10, 11, 12, lfl, 20, 28. Block 2fV Lots V, 7, 8, 9, 1 1. Block 2rt Lots 1 , S Va of 18. Block 28 -LoU 3, 4, 12. Block 2 Lots lrt, 17, 18, 19, 2a Block 80 Lot 3. Block 31 Lots 5, 6, 35 feet B side of Block 32 Lotd. Block 43-1. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 18, l7, 18, 19, Block 4V Lot 5. Block 52 LoU 7, 11. W V Ot. Block hit LoU 25. 26. Block H4 Lot 5. Part of lot 75, 4t acres, w. Williams's subdivision. Hemando plankroad. East half of lot 42, 10 acres, part of Ken's subdi vision. Lots 56, 5o, Hill's subdivision. Also tbe following lands, situated In 14th Civil District, city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn.: Part of block 1, Butler street, 36 by 152 feet. Lot 3, block 5, Chester street. Part of block 14. Calhoun street, Butler's subdivi sion, 305 bynOU. The above lands were acquired by the United States under the several acts relating to Direct Taxes, an remaining unredeemed, are to be sold by order of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, under direction of the Secretary of tbe Treasury, as provided In section 4. act June 8, 1872. Terms, cash In full at time of sale, on delivery of a certifi cate of purchase. Deeds, to be afterward executed, will convey only the title of the United States to said property. The right to make one bid en each paroet put up Is reserved by the United States. B F. PATTFSAftr- Collector Internal Bewmmjuut of Salt CHAXCEBY SALES. Chancery Sale or Beal Estate. : No. 2643 R. Chancery Court of 8helby county Q. W. Shroyer et al. vs. W. P. Shroyer et aL By virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 7th day ot March, 1878, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the clerk and master's office, court house building. Main street, Memphis, Tenn ,on Saturday, April IS, 1878, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: about " four (4) acres of land situated about 214 miles souta of Court Square, bounded on the east by Latham avenue, on which It fronts about 800 feet; on the south by A. Corde's lot; on the west by land of the Love estate, and on the north by Mrs. Trigg's land. On this land Is a dwelllnghouse, stable ana orchard, all situated on the south part; bayou Gayoao runs diagonally through this lot. Terms of 6al One-fourth (ia) cash; balance in 1, 2 and 8 years; notes bearing interest from date, with good security; lien retained, eta, This Mama 16. 1878. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. . Ri R J. Ri irr. n. (1 and K. W. W. Goodwin, Solicitor. nl)171 SOS -ItEStDESTS. " Xon-Besldent Kotice. No. 2810 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. D. V. Luwenateta et al. vs. A B. Hackett. It appearing from affidavit In this eaose that the defendant, G. B. Hackett, la a non-resident of the State of Tennessee; It is therefore ordered. That he make his appear ance herein, at the courthouse in the dly of Mem- . Shis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In lay, 1878. and plead, answer or demur to eom plainanU' bill, or tbe same will be taken tor con fessed as to him and set for bearing expane, and that a copy of this order be published ones a weak,' for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. This 16th day of March, 1878. ' , A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerjt and Master. By B- J. black. Deputy C and M. L. E. Lehman, uantt, Patterson & Lowe, and Estes 4 F.llea. sols, for compl'U. mhl7 a REAL ESTATE FOB SALE. 2AL ESTATE- M. C KEABCE. JU. B. 8UQQS. PMRGE, SUGGS & GO.. WHOLESALE GKOCEKS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 258 Front street. Memphis, Tenn. AUTICITIVR ATTENTION PAII TO THE SALE OFCTTlItf DISl'EXSABY. SLElIGE, EVTKAY & CO., GROCERY and COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 Main Street. A. C TBEADWELL. A. B. TBEADWELL. 8. S. TUEaD WELL A.C.&A.13.TRE ADWELL & CO Ksuo nssos TO A. a TBEADWELL Ba03.L Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 11 ITJiriOJr STBEET. MEJIPKLS. TESA., OVrVB, FOB HALK sooo i-olla ft ax? in-. jara. 10,000 bnndlo Iron TAes. SO tlerrea Haat, SO tlercea Lard, SOU brla. Kenned Mafar. wvw nirrxu rjaik. lOOO vtiAla lOO hk.ls. Con slgnmentsot Cotton souca ,as wnU as that eposumed to oa Nazar, 8000 keirs sails, SM) pkca, Kew Mackerel, jther ith a full line or case uoooa. ed. and liberal adances made on same. to oa Oy rler, unless otherwise Instructed. SOOU barrel. Float 1M raskst tinroa, tCOO barrels Whisky looo bacTM Co flee, loo! plmra. Tebaeea. All Cotton Insure! wtlleSn MaciJaon Dispensary, S'l So. c:rk ?t., Cbicmpi. 111. HR. r. mi.mnr mau .11 mxuL !fi ( II HON H' WM-VH i,Mt, snrtlr, prlrsv. lT.hrmt rKi:iiir .sit,i, iikrili'i i KriKtm smm, ianrr:M'i'. nurTCHM S THK vrK. Mr., mxtericr liltHII a .m FkilPKR, perm.DCTiljT mred. Pmpii.(u6 UK KK hUlll. riTHOIIMiV, wort J Ll hTKlTKB. nnulnln. -.!. Ui.t never Uzlore puMUbMi, km tor 60 el., io a mbeurrd vn.mso. CONSl'LTATIO.XS Im nd (.OXFIDKNTIAL. Omos Jiours; Sv . tq I p. a. tiOBdars S lo 4 p. m. t t.irre uac Ir. X. 8. aFoliirson's PHIVATE Medlcnl Dispensary, So. 17 JEFFEBSOJf STBEET, Between Mala and Front. Heaapblr. (BSTAnXJSBTKD TX lHTW. TB. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all parties In XJ terested as by far the most successful physician In the treatment of private or secret dlounaoa. (Juick, thorough and permanent cures guaranteed In every eate, male or female. Becent ease, of Gonorrhea and Syphilis cured tn a few days, without the use of mercury, change of diet, or hindrance from buslnes. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eradleated with out the use of mercury. Involuntary loss of semen topped tn a short time. Sufferers from lmpotencj or loss of sexual powers restored to tree vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self-abuse and exceeam venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss oi physical and mental power, speedily and pernu nenUyoured, Particular attention rvairt tn th . r it ininu, ttuu currw guaranteeu. T!irol and Lunu Diw.i. cared by new remedies. i Ail eorultaUona tr1etiy mkJiittAj. . . MtallclCOH sent by express to all Darts of the enniw trr. xjiuoB ovurs mnB b am. vy rl p.n iroai dwD iijo. a-oundars u. o. waste ' a, c MITCHELL. HOFFMAI'l&Co MAXVFACnVUfLRH OF FFiarom ASD DEALF.HM IS OARPET.'S AND OIL-CLOTHS, C URTAISS, L00KIXG-0LASSES, HAIR, SH UCK, MOSS AND SPRING 3LATTRESSES, 08 Main and 36 Monroe streets, Memphis. rpiHE undersigned have , this day entered Into a eopartneTsmp. under the firm name of Cubblns, eunn A JL fagan, for the pur? jose of carrying on the Foundry and Machine Business tn Memphis, at the old uu on. This the ninth oay oi January, into. " JOHN GUNN. WM. K. FAGAN, formerly Foreman Union Iron Works. stand of Cubblns & JOHN CUBBIN3. Jlos. io 171 Adams street POUT jdrt&maghinb " uysJns tn real estat rriHS cheapest and best w the SUte of letrj JL that have ever been off eraa nessee. I wlU sell from . . 1 TO 600 ACBES OF LAJT1 lust outside the city limits of Memphis, I lust in the right place for Cotton. Wo jraaones. ur 1 1 colon and. otter will sell HALF-ACBE LOTS, . at boltom prices, to those who wish to build raU dences. and have homes of their own. I mean ex actly what I say. Ten new house, are already baua and occupied, and several more will be built sooo. THE STBEET-CAB auhorltles promise to extend their road to these vat uable grounds Just so soon as tbe population be comes sumcient to j usury tne running or tne can, which cannot be very far off. Also. I will sell or lease, for a term of years, a splendid Market garden, with two hundred hotbed saah, at bottom figures. Those who wish to purchase must "strike while Uk Iron Is hot, o flared. Titlk Pauncr. L D. CONAWAT, Beal Estate N't. B Madison atreet. or they will lose the best bargain Apply to B. B. THOMAS. L 1 empbta. TK ITSTEETS SAJLE. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed In trust executed on the 12th December, 1871, which Is recorded In Regis ter's office or Shelby county, Tennessee, tn Becord Book 83, page 473; and by authority of a decree en tered in tbe Chancery Court of Shelby county, TJ-. nessee. In the cruise of Joseph N. Williams vs. S. B. Webber et al.. No. 2172. B. D., which was affirmed in the Supreme Court, which decree substituted me, Harrison Irby, as trustee. In the place of Thomas li. Scarborough In said deed In tnist, I, the said Har rison lrby, as such trustee, at the reauest of the beneficiary, ob Honday, tbe IStb. Jay ef April, 1S78, between the hours of 12 m. and 2 P-m.. on the southwest corner of Mam and Madison streets, la the city of Memphis, Tennessee, will proceed to seU, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for eash, tbe oertain lot of land and Improvements thereon, deeded and conveyed by K. B. Webber and wife. Sa rah Ann Webber, which is situate in the county of Shelby and Slate of Tennessee, and city of Mem phis, being a part of lot Ma ten (10), in block Ne. ' forty-five (45), upon the plan of South Memphis: Beginning at a stake on the west line of Hemando street sixty-four and two-third K4s) feet north of the Intersection of Linden and Hemando streets: thence westwardly and parallel with Linden street one hundred and sixteen (116) feet, a comer; thence northwardly and parallel with Hernando street thlny-two one-Uurrf (32 V3) feet to a stake on the north boundary line of lot Ko. ten (10): therree eastwardly with said boundary line and parallel with said Linden street one hundred and sixteen (11 6) feet to a stake on tbe west line of Hemando street -thence southwardly with the west line of fiernando street thirty-two one-third (3214) feet to the begin ning. The equity of redemption of said granters tn and to said property, in event of sale. Is expressly waived. The title Is bettered to be perfectly rootL HAKBISON LkBY. TnSee Wllson at Beard, Attorneys. - l meo- Trustee's Sale. "DY virtue of a deed of trust executed to the ur- 1877. by James H. AndMan um hi, m .-,-.. 2' Anderson, duly reoorned In thonVf ,h. "- ' Couit of Tunica errunty, Mlsslsstprl, In Jeed book In the payment of the lndeotednM. iT,ir, , Honed, 1 will, on Hoaday. 8th day af April 1878L aell at auction, to tbe highest bidder, tor eaah. at 12 nu, at the southwest mteraection of Main and Union streets. In the city of Memphis, Tenn.. the foUowlns property, to-wlt: All of section twelve (12). town, ship five (.-, range twelve (12): all of section seven (,), township five (o), range elevea (11), and north part of northwest quarter of section thirteen (1HV. township five 5. ranee twin riMi lvtno - , i . county of Tunica and the 6tat of MlaaljMlnrvi Equity of redemption warred: title believed to be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee. March 22. 1X7K. W. L. CLAPP. TmSZJ Truntee'ti Sale. TTNDKB and by power conferred upon me bra I J certain deed of treat nnibj I and his wile, Virginia Weamr. n h , tT September. 1875, and record: in tn toJSuo'm omce or bheioy county on the same day, taieoord book 0. 108. page 3rt2. tn mm.,, fh-iT-TfTi three notes, aated Janu&rr i i-jKT.7Jfr:. dred dollars each, and Darabie imiTl Z, and three years after date, with six ner ennt. interest from date, all ot which are dueTalflS. Om Tkaraday. April 18u lara. k 1 SLi.r-.r 3!2f. .f Waterworks Company o. 264 Second atreet. In the diy of Memphl'vTen nessee.seUto the highest blotorasfc the fol lowing described renl rvtLi tJtt. !v i m. ousiu; ana etate or sennessee. wfrS,dn5.elfntfe8t west from UwmeFoi Webster and Shelbr un.. . .ru. trilx feet: thence northwardly one hnntlred and fin1 ,??J V1 a,leTJ thenee eastwardly along "jZTj l. 1ei; mence aouinwaixuy one uuuium SUIU BlXLT-UimA fMAt th. the west half of lot rmntarrweli tract in couth M- Is expressly waiv&. good, fclit I sell an.i ir. belnc aiKtalrty- j-.,o:ior ti rtsiwr. 4-ar u .i.w : u.t i lJjthuayot Mardi. i- '.a. - -.! " - ' v' 1 v;. M