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THE MEMPHIS DlIIY AFPEAL-SATUED A Y , .AJPRIJL. 5. 1879.
11 lILKdin TlME-TALr jealavllle n d 4 am i vllle and rrt LKaVV. AHHi 1 1 1 .50 p.m. ill id a-a- (HW p.m. ft. til. h.il.d;ii' :a ..,rt -lir.-US... 4 1SP-'"- oh TuF.T.ITrrxT.iiTWoliiy to M Aewie, coo- jctingftT Vt.-tivitle. .. - v i -.ii.m 1:18 p.m. S10ra 14! A p.xpi 'rratn.daflr - v;!'. a .-cur tmtiiii:oii J 4 55 r-.m.l im una I em'e. l.KAVK. AKRIVS. IV ur'.ea;.; y.r'.!, rtAlly... .i -., ..m.ual- .!m'.a. . ,a,iv r.iiui'i n, t , ; i m I -.TV. I 3:00 p.m. j 3 SHI 0 ro. I 7:1T a.m. 13:35 p.m. 9:20 a.m. 5:00 p.m. r.i luxti'i't -rel -i -l J lily fet-v )lrni H tu F ,... hi. ! IJ-arlocn T LKAVJi. I AKH1VK. ' " l.KaVK. 4HK1V. till Yr-.ln. '..liiy 15 p.m. 114) P.m. V-i:tit.i!'.r.v-n sf'V. rtH"- - p m' (..ii-fuii mm ifinpHI 1.MVC j ARK1VB. t :t.-. ,s r ' I 0(1 p,iu. 10:00 a.to. ,.-,...'. ..i-.i-.v-i ii .'iiv. : tt;:(i a.m. I otHi) p.m. FINANCIAL. Qjiettu find !ull.i. s BppaieJ to "rule the roast" on Madison street yesteniay. uncnangea in every rVKpeet. WlIU plenty oi lllimey nmi ii" rowers, or hmliv anv, win ie hhumiuu ... ts.nk. ConsiiierwliV exd-iinge Is on hand Hurt mere .tuning. 1 ae New lorn i-.utu.iin, vi npni m.sy. "Notwithstanding die motity stringency. Uulted -Mates bonus were slrong itt Hivn-.l prloei, ami subscriptions to the amount of Sl.oOO.OoO lo the tour tier cents were made. In London, money was -ny mill consols advai ced U- l "'ted Sites lo- il tnu 4iueiio.n secailties were 11. in and h g'.ier. -liver In London tell lo per ounce; uere. tne bullion value if the 412w grains dollar was about . Ci'mi. iti fur iwu exchange q;;oted: Nt-w York, U dl-vount; all points In New hiijilainl. w in trace. j uuramii; new Orleans. L ulst-nunt. i.nd sell on all points at ir Money s7 10 per rent. sueioy county scrip quoted mj, I'ujltig, but very dup, little or none selling. L.tl sales wen-: Memphis gas stoclt. sti; Tennessee, new lsje, JKtiioo; llnslsstlppl tnd Tenn.-si-e rHliiiy I'.r.-t-niortgave bond.i. ex-c. u oon. 11-Ju'U-l: eCOll! nixWaije. JH; ilmuphls eas oonJs. (i4l'. ex conron: liernanuo lumrame mock, 117: B u i City Insuranoo, VJ. M u ami oiuuijr taxes have been Misteii:ed by act or Hie legisiaiure uuiU the first ol iselpniber. PARIS, Jtprll 4-- Rentes. 1 14L "5c NEW OHLE tlS'3, A.rll 4 -SUht exchange on New Vo k, is premium; sterling exchange, banner bills. 487. LONDON, April 4 -Consols money, 97 P-16; Illinois Central. M; Pennsylvania Central, 80S4; KeadinK. 13; Krle. 2.V'; preferred. 4i: f-08 or li(7. 104; lMOs, 1i4m: new os, 107; 4as, 107's; 4s, lOuVa. NEW YOiiK. April 4. Money easy at 450 percent. i,uin m a,i ir-r era. rrlme mercann in paper, 4U,.ro per rnnt. r.tenli.rf excuante bankers' bills, ia,tv. jstli.,: s rli' ixci anue on New orK. wi? Th ;Uto!mf bunk, of Couimerce to-diy subscrllied for bUO.000.OUO now lour per eenU. Gov- eriune.nt bonds steady; coupons 11. lOOlrti; coupons lrt;7, 1014: eouprns IXtiH. 102m; new Ss. 1047u; new 4i,2". 1 Jo; new 4s HVII4; 10-40S reglstereo, lv'ISj; 10-4ls. coupris lo2; currency imi;w suiei b nds di:ll: Tennessee 03. o:d j-Ish; Tennessee Us, new, "ixia: Virginia 6s, old, aai: VliirlnU Hs. new. h4: illsfoiirl rls, 104. B;iH"roati bonds crorg and blither, vthh the principal HctuliT ami advauoe ui trie anj xe jersey iemra! stocks active and hlnlier; coal h hares the most nroininefit lii the lm veuiei.t. Tnii-aettpni hk- itrenwed li,0' O tl. ties. of which 11.000 were Erie, l..0O K Lake 6:i(.re. liS.000 Northwestern com moil. liil'.K) orel rre i. .OOO St. I'tiul, 4O.O0O Ltclc- awinna. L3 UOO New .lersey Central. 4O0O iilchltjn Central, I'.oO Western I nlon. Closing quotations: Western Lmou ie.et:ra;fi. 1(1H: yuicKsllver, 12; O ilckshver preierred, SUM; Racine il lll.l2i; Marlposw. 2; Mariposa ptelerrtd, 4: Adams express 10:4; Wells A Farcu's expiess, Vi; American express. 4!: L'ldleU Uts exi revs, 47; New Yoik Ceutral. H41:Krle. 2."ts; Krle prel'd. 4itj; Bar lem. 164: Michigan Cei tial, ho; Panama, 131; Union Pacilia stotli. 7j'i; Lake iSLore, 72'k; Illinois Central, SJl,2; Heveland and PlttsburR. ; ISoriuwestern. liuiu; N01 iliwestern pieterren, hX'h; Cleveland. Columbus. Cincinnati and ludlanapolm. 42; Se Jer--v Cenlral, 421s;- Rock Island, lHO&'i; at. Paul, 41' ; r-t. Paul preferred, KOifi; Wao-.u, 20').; oit Wayne 104. Terre Haute, 2:i: Terre Hjute preierre.l, 10; Chicago and ltoti, 771,3; Chitiig "Hnd Alton prefer ei. lo'.l: Ohio and Mississippi, 1 is: Delaware. Lackawanna and Wes tern, 5(jlj: Atlamlo and Purine telegraph, 3ol'j; Chicaip). wurllnt'ton and Qinnc;, 1 14s; Harinlbal and 61. .loo, 15." s: liannlo-il and St. J'je preferred, 43n; Can;ulaou:ln rn. rtis'-j: 1 enlral Paclhc bonds, 10K; Union Paclhc lioiu.s, 10 114; Union Prfclilo land grants, 1UH; L'nioli Paciho sinkiLg lunds, lOU-'ts. COTTON. The markr-tri fMs.whrre wfr? reported yes terday buoyant ami advancli.fr. Liverpool was ;i-lrid hinher, New York and New Orleans both weul up'' i?,c our market was very strong anu ex cited but Irregular. Notwitlistaridlnir an advance of LC on all grades Kellers were unwilling to trade at tne figures, and business was coiisequeiilli very llht. Most or the sales eifiM ied weieat above quotsi tioris. which us rev se j are as statesl below. The New York H'Hlrtin of Wednesday last, sais: "The markol on cintr-ts basagHin shown much excite ment, with a larg' li.ciease or business and a further very malen.il uuultl 11 to values all around. Theie has been some irregularity on the a dvance according to the dltTi-r-neo In call lor the various months, but tho turn ut prices was most decidedly upward throughout. The 'ImDs,' In fact, have had a regular held uaand retained their advantage with appaieut ea'e. Beyond Iq's thera Is really no new features to advise, the convict on that there will not be cotton enough to go around tormlne the stimulus to de mand, on which aii who remained 'short'were trying to cover as quickly as possible, and a large number of oner itors oisphivli g anxiety to become owners of contracts, especially I -r Hie. curren' cotton year. In a few quarters it w is thougnt that will the present Hurry preparations were imklni; to sell, but If so, all the otlsiing found eagc-r buye;s. The receipts at porta continue sun! I, tim soiilhorn markets were all very hrm, and Llveryxil blter, the latter being use ful ou an advanclm; market, and, as has been demon strated, having llille ellect when reported adversely. In fact. New i ork now wjiks on Its own merits and carries a slioiig hand." Cotton KxrhttDK Quotation yetnndariX Inlematumal VUm,ufU-atum. Ikiy btflrrt. 1 i? r4 ff lou ffl(SiH r104 Ordinary Uood Onittiwai,... Low middling.... Middling i;Hxl midilllnK... Middling fair hi pvs rrlo ( I W'H - iuca (711 illi Maiket exclteil ard Irrefrular. Sales, 14r 0 bales. Week's sales. 12.7O0 b lies, Inclu llnii 5H00 toex poners, 5850 lo spinners, and 1050 to speculators. Cotton Kxchanus. tUm'His. April 4, 187(1. Biock 011 hand September 1, 1878..: P54 Itioeiveil t;)-d:iy 1.201 lucelved previously 3(10 544 Gil 1,837 b'llpped iM'.ii ... bmpped previously Stock, runnln account IMPOUT3. Tlius rat this we; Tims far last week , Hln -9 tiaplemur l. l..v . 1,320 Bo2,7'.H .al7,jiri(Wil8.fi;5 44.11UI . fi 40S . 8,723 .301,837 Memiihls and Ctirirleston railroad S122 Mississippi and 'lennessee railroad 1285 Louisville. N:.s:ivi11m a'.d lireut coulhem B.B. 170 I'aducati an.l .Memphis railroad 0 M jiu phis and L:Uio Hock railway 220 it tamera 1100 W,tgons and other sources 75 Total Expoars. Thus rar this w Thus far I'ist we. k 6Licts Seutember 1st Jill . 10.027 . 11574 318.5H5 Memphis and Charleston r.illroad 814 Louisville, NushvMle and lircut Southern R.U. 247 Steamers, north. ht rail, 11011U ... 7(18 5til Total 1.32H IBF TELEGRAM. The following are the latest telegrams of the do mestic markets, as reported j eaterday to the cotton exctiange: L.ltisl tlll' I'f TiUtraiti. Markti. IbVptx. 4alveaton Nominal 7111 N-w Orleans Firm. 3,541! Mobile M'-cng. 5l3i Savannah Firm. 2(H) Charleston Sinui. o40 Wilmington Kiriu. 4 Norfolk toilet, W.V- Baltimore lrm 225 i New York Iir. xuliir 34li Hoiton Kirni. 47h Philadelphia.. . Strung. 37 SL Louis Augusta Klim. 301 Price. StkUUing. 101 lt"8 i03t,(7mw 104 10"h 11 Hj 10'H im inn 11: llti livwr 104 Tuefo7umiii ro til New" Yorii":iool ijuoUtloiis for veterd;iv: Cr.llin.rv. II 7-l(le: gHid ordinary. 10 511(--; low middling, 10 l3-li)C; middling. ll!Mc; iroo:l lilliUlli.it. IIIl-c; middling fall. 12"hC At 1 it :..". vener-tuy held higher -nothing doing; 12:15 110111ln.1l; 2:14. unsettled-only Until local demand; 3, trretruliir unsettle 1. Sl. 127" bales, con ira,.N i::ihl liiil,4 sm.'k. 1 i'!.. ".1 4 bales. Tne following Is tho lalsst New York telegram of futures: Month. Xe'trJ.iy. Day before. "ll ort?n.Ort 11.13(rll.l5 11.281? 11.29 1 1.4 lrr 1 144 ll.;Vx 11.57 H..H7(?U.;t8 11) l'5i? 10.1'it lO.lisi,? 1U.70 10.ll4(? 10 t5 April M ly J-.ino jn'y Allkflil t-eptember... ivioliei .... November. . . Joeeiiitf r. . . ll.09rm.10 ll.2UrN 1.21 1 1 :ti? I i.::r 1 1.45 1 1.4tl ll.fit!.il 1. 58 11. (li.r 11.41 ii'.v;.( io.'.i7 10 tv:ir( 10 rtt 10 tin. 10 i The lone .f the future market was as follows: At 10:18. Irregular anil itiinei; 11:15. active and nleadler; 1 1 :.U. Irregular. 11 shade easier; 12:54, verwUK; lull), Irregumr and uiiHettied: 2:30. un settled; 3 : 15, lrr.'gtilar, closing steady. Sales, 223, OiXI txtlri. Ilm New Orleans market opened strong, and riosed steady at (imitations: Io-'.kc for middling. t ils, fil'.m halts; receipts, net, 85411 bales; stock. H'1,54'1 hales. rue Liverpool telegrams yes'erday repotted tU -:toti in irkrt liuoyant; mldilling uplands, Hind -i.ei'Jis. ill id. Salen. 20 OOO lialtM, of which 1 re Ani.-n. au. itt-ceitaa, 2ho0 bales, all of which .-1-4 Amen. Mtt. l.lver;.ol iirrival.-i oH-ned strong and 5-32d dearer A .11 ami Ai.rll-M.ty. ll 1-1tturt 3-32r?tll(l: ilay- Ji! le, nl n--Jri. 3-ldd; Jurie-July, 0 3-lllii 7-32d; July-Aiinti-it. (ii.tl ii-32d; August Sep- temlM'r, (1 '.i-.l'Jii! r.-lrtd. At o p.m. arrivals closed eailer; Anill May, lii I; M.iy-lune, li 5 32d; June- Ju y. tli . T!u, July-August, OUd; August-Septem- per. it n-.r-:u Tne uioveiueiits at the ports were reported as (ol Idas: XV'ik. H.c. lt j is hii.ie Kr-day K.J P'ts tc.ii.liiiiii.il Kiu'tsloCoiUitieui bPc k 5:i.7l" ttii.95li 24.595 Jill, 122 1 25,4X1 25.471 533,714 r.52.8:itl TiiLhI n-ivluts at all United i-tiUoo toiU. 4.159 IV: same date. 1m7m. 3.128, 5i17: saaie date. 1877 8,781,5U9. Inerta.e ot recelpu at Lulled Stales Th Wet k Ifast Year. 53.455 55.232 47,517 5tt;i.Vil5 at all same time tne year ueioio, mioiiiurvtiit. The followlntf Is the Mew York comparative weekly snttnn statement: Net receipts at all t'nltexl States ports... . game week last year Total receipts at all U. S. ports to date.. Same date last year 54,000 54,tK) 4,1 5H.0O0 3, K2 1.0O0 5(,00O 102.700 2.P45.0OO 2,711,000 534,000 504,000 72.0O0 OH, 0O0 57K.OOO 750,000 241.000 243,000 Kxports from all u. 3. ports lor the week Same week last year Total exports fiotn U. S. ports to date .. Same date last year etock at all U. S. ports Same time last year fctock at an interior towns aine time last year Stock at Liverpool Same time last year Stock of American afloat (or (it Britain . . Same time last year GENICllAL TRADE. The wpftther yes'rduv waa cool and bracing. The arrival of '.he Ohio river boat placed some little corn, bay and meal on the market, but did not alter the prices of these articles. Flour In St. Louis was 25o higher, the effect of which was a firmer and better leellng, but prices remained uu chauired. Since writing the above we learn that 197 sacks yellow shelled corn sold at 44c, and a lot of white shelled at 441,2(7 45c. Qrtotntxm txhm an ror round tots at the lantimg ami the railroad dtpnt, ami include neither dray O'e, Kiormje, nor other erjKiumi out-tide of the O'ire freight aiui chnriex up to arriiiil. Jobbing arid store tfes are at tiiiher ratrx, ax they include dray aye. utoratje and imiit of the dealer. PEED. Own Market steady, with moderate de mand; last sale at 45c; In store. 48?50c Oaf Hull ana 111 light demand; last sale nt 35c; In store, 38(7 40c. Jirun Uood lnquliyaud light stock; last sale at 15; In store, 80c per cwt: corn bran, $0 50 rl() per ton. Bat (iooti drmand; gale of one car redtop" at SI I una 50 bales mixed Ht S12 50. FLOUR AND MEAL. Flour Supertiue to good family, 3 75(75 55; fancy up to SO 25. Commeal was In good demand, $2 20 from mill; sale on the levee at 2 20 VEGETABLES FofcifoM the seed demand con tinues light except for peichblows; sale of 75 bar re s of jvuchblows at $2 25; late mssets trom store, S2. Green jeax, $0 tt bu-hel box. Street totativx, S ti73 25. Ouiom, 50. lurniint, jf I a bariel. farsnii. S2 a barrel. O.rrotn, S2 a bar rel. inreraiiih. S5 a barrel. FRUITS Aj'ptes quiet and prtoes easy at Jl 50(73 In store; sale of 50 barrels of mixed at S2 25. Oranyex Mei-slna, S3 503 4 50. Letnoiix, S3 50. Xutx almonds, Tara KOna, 19c; Brazilian, 8c; ' pecans, Texas, 10ii 11c; lilberts, 14xl5c; peanuts, red, 41c; white, Oc per pound; cocoa, 84 per hundred, tnriedjrtiit apple. Kft3Vc; peitches, 3I,2(?4c. lianana, Sl(I 2 a bunch. EiitiS, BUTTER, POULTRY. Eqqn were la good demand and llrin; . selling at ll(712c. lint Ui common, 87 lot" medium, 12(7 choice western, 1Hi?20c; creamery. 28a303. ChiekeM eav ai S2 50u3 25, from young to hers. Turkeys, Sl i(7 IS tieeie. mUn. Duck. S2 50u3. HO i 1 ltOUUCT. hitcon clear sides, packed. .'A;c; clear rib, packeil, 5 00c: shoulders, 4mO. frrk e.fnr pork sides, loose, 614c; clear rib mo k smes, loose, 513; long clear pork sides, loosa 5i;; shoulders, loose, 3-xii4e; sugar-cured hams, iweked, 8U(7ll4c; breaktiist bacon, packed, 7.iH'i7Hc; mess pork, a10 7ill. hard tierces, 71117140; palls, 7ti(78c. The market was steady and quiet. FKKall MEATS. lieef fore-quarters, 2V2(73o; hindquarters, 5?6c. tthtrp, 5o a pound. Hoys, city stressed. 5uoc a pound. 1JKOCKKIES. Coffee. 1 Hjc for ordinary, 13V2Cfor fair, 15c for good fair, lrilaii 17c tor choice. jea Imperial, 3575c tfyiur raw Louisiana. iMil 7c: cotlee sugar, 9c; lump sugar, 10c. Mottxxut, HOu'lOc, according to quality, nice, 044ci7Vae Vhei se. 7(?8C a (Kill 1 id. MISCELLANEOUS. Cider haif barrels. 85; barrels, s8 50iil'. Hearts- medium navy, SI : 5 r 1 75 a bushel, according to quality. Stock peas. In store. 3 1 5o a bushel. Millet serd German, In store, 81 tf5(7 1 75 a bushel. Kraut, SKff 9 per barrtl; half barrel, 4. Hides-dry Ulnt. 12t7 1 3c; dry salt, 8r?9c; green. 4o; green salt, 47tlc Tallui". 5(70c. Bee teax, 20d-22o. Cottoit-st ed taken by the mills at &7 per ton. J,uiie, 1 per barrel; Host dale , cement, SM 107 2 15; Louisville cement. SI 75. CATTLE MARKET. Prey A Schilling, Southern stockyard, Chelsea, report that receipts conlliiue light and prloes have advauced 10 i 25e 1 er hundred on all grades, with prospect of still tuither Improve ment. H(gs are less active at ancnanied prices, supply light. Sheep are still scarce and In demand at quotations. Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed na tives, lOOO. to 1200 pounds. 4Vd'74itc; good to choice butchers' st-ers, POO to 1100 pounds, 47 41.1C; good to choice corn-led Texas, 850 to 1050 pounds, 4Wu 4-ije; fair lo good corn-fed Texas cat tle. hiK) 10 1000 puuuds, 3:u4c; smooth fat corn-fed native oxen. 1200 to 1500 pounds. 3(7' 4c; ordinary anil medium butchers' cattle, 700 to 1000 pounds, 2Vj(73t4C; inferior and thin cattle, all descriptions, lAur2c; calves and yearliugs, per head, $5(?S. . Best butchers' selections, 150 to 200 pounds, HiVi(?4c;se3ond quality, 120 to 100 pounds, 3!4(3Vao; common ano 10 Mih, all weights, 2:t4(73c; mast-fed. Viir tao oil regular taice. slitep (ioud to choice mutton grades, 90 to 110 pounds. 5i7 51c; medium to good muttjn tirades, 80 lo 90 poiuids, 4(74Vac; Interior aud common, per head, S I (' 2. HORSES AND MULES -J. A. Forrest Co.. of the City stablei, report: Mules 14 to 15 hands,$70a 90; 15 to 151,3 hands, SitoMlO: 15la to lrt hanus. $1 10(7 130. Horses -extra saddle and harness, SI 10 i7.150;good common sa'ld e, S8Of10O; good com mon work. 70t?oO; good plugs, SU0(?70; common plugs, $40(700. I BY TEZEGRSFBA LOUISVILLE, April 4 Flour fltm. Wheat de mand fair and market firm; red aud amber, Sid 1 04. Ci.ra steady with a fair demand; white, 3c: mixed, 37c Oats quiet but steady; white. 32c; mixed, 2nc Rye steady, 54c. Ilay titui,g8(10 50. Pork higher, 510 02i,(M0 70. Lard strong: choice leiif. tierce, 7Uc; keg. 8WC. Buik meals stronger, li'DUln, 5I4C Bacou stronger, 4. 12ls,(?5.4(), 5.05c. Siuar-cured bams, blH-Hai Whisky nominal, SI 02. CINCINNATI, April 4. Flour strons; family, J4 5t74 85; supertiue, 3 25(73 65. Wheat in g. od demand. SI 05(71 08. Corn demand fair aud market firm, 37r7 38c. Oats demand fair and market Him, 297 33i Rye dull, 50c Burley la Improved demand; No. 2 tall, 95c bid; held higher. Pork dull, S10 40. Lard In Improved demand ; cur rent make, 0.30c this b'.d at close. Bulk meats quiet but firm, 3.05(74.85(75.100. Bacon quiet, 4 i-i 7 r;Bd 5 .bc. Whisky steady, with fair demand, 81 01. CHICAGO, April 4, Flour quiet, but sready: spring extras, ?3 2 5c? 4 0. Wheat dull, wenk and lower; No. 2 Chlcigo epilog, fresh, 93c: regular, 8S-j cash. Com inactive and lower; fresh, 34lsc; regular, HUUj Citsh. Oats quiet but Heady, 210 cash. Rye quiet but steady; regular. 44:iit74ao. Barley steady, 70c. Po-k steady; 10 30a 10 35 cash, 510 875 10 40 May, $10 50a 10 R2Xs June, Lard steady with a fair demand; 6.35 0.37120 cash, 10.4212C7 10.450 May, 0.50(70.521,23 Juue. Bulk meats steady. Whisky steady, SI 04 NEW YOBK. April 4. Floor In moderate de mand; superfine western and State, S3 3073 70. Wheat moderate demand; ungraded winter red, 95c(?l 10. Rye dull; wes'.ern, 58Vfjty59l2C Barley quiet-but steady. Malt nominal. Corn in fair de mand; ungraded, 44c?45e. Oats quiet; white, 8210. Ilay nominal. 40(7 45c Hops dull. Coffee quiet. Suar steady; fair to good refining, SUatUae. Molasses steady with fair demand. Rice quiet. Pork dull; mess,S9 40r?9 50; old, $10 50ai0rt2Vj. Lanl In modei ate demand; prime sleiui, 0 ola) O.OUC Whisky quiet, $1 05 1.1. ST. LOUIS. April 4. Flour steady; double extra fall. S4 45r?4 55: treble extra fall, i-' t 80: family. S4 85(74 95: choline. Sr5 05(7 5 25. Wheat inactive aud lower; N'o.2.red fall, SI 03:4(? 1 05 cash. Corn demand active, csn options siow anu easier ; o. 2 mixed, 33lH(.33l4C cash. Oats firmer; No. 2, , 2i'i(( 20lsC cash; no options. Rye some sales rather higher, 48l-'T. Barley dull; small sales fancy Iowa Ht 70c. Wnisky steady, Ssl 04. Pork dull; Job bing, S10 50 delivered. Lara qutet; 6.30c asked, 6 25c hid. Bulk meats dull; clear ribs, 4.90c asked; no DM. Bicou quiet clear ribs, 5.35a o. 40c cash, 6;Hc May; clear, 6i,i;(r5sc NEW ORLEANS, April 4.-Flour demand good and tending upward; sunerfirie, S3; double extra, S3 75(?4;treble extra, S4 50c?5; higher grades,S525 7 0 12l3. Corn uteauy with a tair demand; white, -Mt 40c. uais active anu utm, .nsi ;tc. uorn- meal scarce endhrm; six t. 80: u arrive, dun L S2 40 Hay dull; ordinary, somi; pnmo, 12 50(713; choice. S15(10. Pork quiet; old, 25; new, 511. Lard steady; tierce, 014a 14CJ keg, 7 1? 7 4c Bulk meats scarce and nrm; snoui- ers, loose, a.viur-ic; iihciito, skuihc; ciear no. 514c; clear sides. 5V2C Baqn quiet; shouldeis. l ie; c ear tid, 11A4::; ciear. o-sfto-. ougar-curea hams dull; canvased, 8a9t,ii ai In size. Whisky Me.tdy; western rectified, si Oil 10. Coffee dull; Hlo, cargoes, ordinary to prime, UulnUic. bugar steady; common to good common, 4ia54C; fair to fully lair. f an(?5l-c; prime to cnelce, SiHilOUc: yellow clarllled, Moiasses quiet; com mon, 22a 23e; iaii, i4raoc; prune to cnoice 2 1 f35c; ceuiilfugal, 22(730c; fermenting. 20d28c Hice good demand at full prices: Louisiana, ordi nary to choice. 5vsi(7 iHic. DRY i001S. IBY TELEGRAM. NKW YORK. ADrtl 4. Business was light with commission houses, and the Jobulng trade was fair in some departments. tr.iure goous are in rair re quest, and there was n fair movement In white goods and iiullts rep irted by the leading agents. Cotton goods are iiuriy a-.-uve anu nrm. women gooos sluggish. Foreign goods are In moderate demand. I! IV Lit NEWS. itivor and Weather. The tablo and dispatches below pive offi cial Information concern.iig the weather and rivers: ornoa BiertM, skmvick -U.S.A.,) .Mkui-bih, April 4, 18 79. I Changes. s-fATtoira. Cairo Cincinnati Davrfiport Dubuiiue Helena. Alk.. . . . Keokuk Leavenwotth Little Hock Louisville Al.-ninMw Nashville New Orleans Pittsburg Slireveport. Sr. Louis Vieksburg Beiow 11I1U1 water mark of 18,4. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YKSTKRDAY. TUue. 7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 9:01) p.m. rjorts this year 230,581 bales. Total stock forts 533,714 hales, against 503.735 bales Above liw j water. 1 Rise ! Fall Feet, lnehesjinchee Inches 31 8 34 10 20 "i" " "i" ....... ....... ....... 9 8 2 "13 "i" .'.'.'.'.'." 4 II 1 15 9 7 "i'o" 4 11 8 12 4 1 85 1 Bar. Thej Wind. Weather. 80.29 89 IN.W. Clear. 30.23 49 N.W. Clear. 30.22 47 N.W. Clear. Maximum tUeriaometer i2 deg. liluiimini thermometer 30 deg. By Telegraph. NEW ORLEANS, April 4. Weather clear; ther mometer, aeg, CINCINNATI. April 4. -River 31 feet, and fall lug. Weather cloudy and cooL WFIEKLINi (W.Va.. April 4. River 13 feet inches, and falling. Weather-freezing. PITTSBURG, April 4. River 7 feet 11 Inches, and lalllug, vteather cloudy and cool, LOUISVILLE, April 4.-Rlver falling, wllh 13 feet 0 lnciiea in me cunai. Weather clear and cool, Departed: Cons Millar, Cincinnati; Thomas Sher lock, New Orleans. VICKSBUR'J. April 4.-River risen one Inch. Weather clear; thermometer. 05 deg. Up: Gold Dust, 11 a.m.; Ouaculia Belle, riuun; Common wealth, 5 P.m. Down: W. P. Ualllday, 5 p.m.; U P. Schenck, r) p.m. CAIRO. Aorll 4 Noon. Airived: Cltv of Alton New Orleans. 8 p.m.; John A. Scudder and John B Maude. St. Louis, 5 a.m.; Guiding Star, New Or leans. Deimrted: City of Alton, St. Louis; Guiding Btai, cilicinuaii; nrw juary iiuumiiii una joan A, Hcuitiler, New Orleans, W a.m.; John B. Maude, Vlcksburg, 10 a.m. Weather-clear and cold Night River 81 feet 8 Inches, and rising. Weather clear; thermometer, 44 deg. Arrived: James W. Uaff, Memphis, 7pm.; Mollle Moore, New Orleans, 7 p.m. Departed: James W. Oaff, Cincinnati, 8 P.m. - . . . . . ' nsvetntnts at tte Levee. , , ! ARRIVALS. ' Coahoma, Friars Point; Osceola Belle, Osceolaj Josle Harry, White river; Shields, New Madrid. DEPARTURES. Coahoma. Friars Point; Osceola Belle, Osceola, j IN PORT. j Josle Harry. Marlln Speed, Shields, James Dj Parker. ; BOATS DUB. Ootfn. John B. Maude, John A. Scudder, New Mary Hoaston. Up. ieo. W. Cheek, Golden Rule. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Fhiar3 Point G. W. Cheek, Stack Lee master. 5 p.m. i VICK9BUR9 John B. Maude. W. H. Blake mas. ter. 10 a m. White river Josle Harry, Milt B. Harry master. 5 p.m. Arkansas River Marlln Speed, Eugene B. Smith master, 5 p.m Cincinnati James D. Parker, Charles B. Russell master, 5 p.m. Cincinnati Golden Rule, 0. P. Shlnkle master, 12 m. St. Louis Colorado, Sam M'Pheeters master, 5 p.m. ! New Orleans John A. Scudder, A. J. Carter master, 10 a.m. Receipts lesterday. Coahoma-92 bales cotton, 237 sacks CJtton-seed, 10 head sheep, 46 pkgs sundries. Osceola Belle 26 bales c it ton, 24 bags seed-cotton, 289 sacks cotton-seed, 26 pkgs sundiles,6 head JoMe Harry brought out of White rler 287 bales cotton, 101 tacks cotton-seed, 7126 staves, 53 pkgs sundries, 2 mules. Shields 17 bales cotton, 7 bags seed-cotton, l9.- sacks cotten-seed, 982 sacks coin, 30 bates nay, BUCKS COiWTII-OCeM, I'Ofi oai.WkO WIU, OVP MR. coops poultry, 24 hogs, 2 cows and calves. Levre JParacraphe. Business quiet. j The Port Eads and barges passed up yesterday morning for St. Louis. ! The John Gllmore and barges and A. J Baker and barges passed down yesterday for New Orleans. ; Receipts by rtv-r yesterday were 412 bales cotton, 31 bags seed-ootton and 822 sacks cotton-seed. Spring suits were comfortable enough yesterday, only It took two or three outfits to make one man comfortable. The Ooidcn Rule, Captain O. p. Shlnkle. rwisse tip to-day at twelve o'clock for ClnclnnalL W. R. Shaw Is her clerk. 1 The John A. Scudder, captain A. J. carter, passes dowu this morning at ten o'clock for New Orleans. U. F. Huls Is her cleric The Shields. Caotaln J. G. Shields, arrived last evening from New Madrid with a fair trip, and res turns again Monday evening. one swauow aon'i make a spring, we were an forcibly impressed with that one of the unnum bered commandments yesrday. Captain stack Lee, we are glad to bear, was well enough to be on the street yesterday. He will prob ably resume command 01 the Cheek to-day. The Colorado, captain team M'Pheeters, is the Anchor-line packet this evenlns at five o'clock for Cairo and SL Louis. Charles Quesnel Is her clerk. . The George W. Cheek. Captain Stack Lee, Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Helena and Friars Point. Wm. Houston and Nat Banks are her Clerks. The John B. Maude, Captain w. H. Blake. Is the Anchor-line packet this morning at ten o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends. W. C. Blenker Is her clerk. The Josle Harry. Captain James Klnman, Is the regular packet this evening at Ave o'clock for all points 0,1 white river, going tnrough to oackson port. Walker Outlaw Is her clerk, assisted by Dan Sullivan. The Marlln Speed. Captain Eugene B. Smith In command, Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for all p .ints on Arkansas river, going through to Liitie Rock. Wash Floyd presides In Her office, as slated by John Brlggs. The James D. Parker. Captain Charles Russell, Is the packet this evenlne at five o clock for the Ohio liver as tar as ol Klnnatl. She gives the cheapest rates to all points north. Robert M'Coy la her clerk, assisted bv H. M. Miller snd Henry Shaw. Louisville Courier-Journal: "The local Inspectors In the collision case In our harbor of the steamers James Hobson and Maggie Harper, found both pilots in fault, suspending R. C Varble thirty days for fall ing to have his lights properly displayed, and Claxon, of the Harper, censured for entering the port with nigh steam." Captain Frank Baker's new Marine Journal, en larged and beautified In many particulars, preserv ing Its value as a river newspaper, and with many new and Indispensable features added, came to hand yesterday We congratulate the captain on the practical encouragement he Is receiving, augur ing as It does the perlection and perpetuation of his almost indispensable paper. The Memphis correspondent of the Clnclnna'l Marine Journal tells the following story about the alleged breakup of the Adams Memphis and Vicks burg mall line: "The Adams mall line probably covered expenses, but. In a measure, that line virtu ally is defunct, for the Major (the Anchor-line In reality), after buying out bis opponents, turned la (for annear&nce sake) and compromised with the Anchor-line, which will hereafter carry the malls for him between here ana vicssourg. me agreement, with the latter Is that they shall carry the malls twice a week. Msor Adams will probably carry out the remainder ef the contract, until the screw Is given another turn, when the Cincinnati packets may come In for a share of the mall-pie. The truth of the matter. If known, is that Price, who has sudden ly loomed up with a mall contract In his breeches pocket, covering the Mississippi river from SL Louis to New i r lean, is about to swallow up the smaller usu, tail ana an. Already a ieenng or antagonism to the new mall contracts has sprung np here, and yesterday, at a joint meeting of the cotton board and chamber of commerce, resolutions were adopted protesting against the new last-mall service, and an emissary commissioned to present the resolutions to the postmaster-general and congress. There It will probably end. The Illinois, Mai or Adams's new purchase, will go out to-night bound to Vlcks burg with the malls, but whether she makes another trip remains to be seen." - Faod Ul-DIa-eatea Imperfectly nourishes the system, since It Is only partially assimilated by the blood. Pale, haggard mortals, with dyspeptic stomachs. Impoverished cir culation and weak nerves, experience a marked and rapid Improvement In their physical condition by availing themselves of that sure resource ot the sick and debUtated, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This genial tonic and alceratlve lends an Impetus to the processes of digestion wntch Insures an ade quate development of the materlilsof blood, fiber and muscular tissue. Moreover, It soothes and strengthens overwrought or weak neives. counter acts a tendency to hypochondria or despondency to which dsyfieptlc and bilious persons are peculiarly liable, aud Is an agreeable and wholesome appetizer and promoter of repose. The Infirmities of age, and ot delicate female constitutions, are greatly re lieved by It; and it is a reliable preventive of, and remedy for, malarial fevers. WODPKHt'lli CHAS6ES have occurred In thl country during the last three or four 1 ears, but none more wonderful than the Revo lutions in Color, produced among the Beads of the People, by Chrlstadoro's Hair Dye, The history of the success of great discoveries af- lords no naiallel to the triumphs over competition ani prejudice, accomplished by this powerful yet harmless vegetable agent, which Instantaneously changes any obnoxious color ot the hair Into a black or brown as magnificent as any that heaven ever be stowed upon the head of man or woman. Manufac tured by J. CRISTADO80, No. 93 William street. New York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. A. CAUD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to Rev. Josbph T. Inman fHatltn r.. Mh House. y York City. TEAS, U.F.Uavanagh&Co. DEALERS IN CHOICE COFFEE! TEA AND SPICES! Java. Slortaa and Bio Coffee Boasted Daily. No. 360 Main Street. COTTOX-SEED. THE HOPE OIL MILL Advances the price for good clean OOTTON-SBED to Eight Dollars Per Ton, delivered at Memphis. B. F. HALLER, Secretary. TUG ; Memphis Cotton Seed ASSOCIATION. WILL continue to Issue sacks to resimnslble BbtDoers. to limited extent, and will pay Kltfht Itollaro rer Ton FOR ALL PKIME SEED delivered at Memphis, on and after March 19, 1879. JOHN is. UACCAwai. peer ana 1 re. BCHOVAL. TRUNK FACTORY, TO 318 HAIN ST.. MEMPHIS TNCREASED facilities, and will sell home-made X goods, wholesale and retail, lower than any bouse. ATTOBN EYS-AT-LAW. W. F. BOND. VT. R. LEIGH Attorneys-at-Liaw, BBOWKHVIIXK. TKaiNKKK THE TOILET. Do you want a pure, bloom ing Complexion ? If so, a few-applications of Hasran's MAGNOLIA BALM will grat ify you to your heart's eon- , tent. It does away wit h Sal- r lowness, Keilness. Pimples, Blotches, ami all diseases and imperfections of the skin. It overcomes the Hushed appear ance of heat, fatigue ana ex citement. It makes a lady of THIRTY appear but TWEN TY; and so natural, gradual, ' and perfect are its cilects, that it is impossible to detect its application. Ayer's Hair nrr Vtgor FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. It is a most agreeable dressing, which is at once harmless and effectual, for pre serving the hair. It restores, . with : the gloss and freshness of youth, faded or gray, light, and red hair, (o a rich brown, or deep black, ns may be desired. l$y its use thin hair is thickened, and baldness often though not always cured. It checks falling of the hair immediately, and causes a new growth in all cases where the glands are not decayed; while to brushy,' weak, or otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality and strength, and renders it pliable. The Tigoii cleanses the scalp, cures and prevents the formation of dandruff; and, by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing properties, it heals most if not all of the humors and diseases peculiar to tho scalp, keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under which conditions diseases of the scalp and hair are impossible. As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair, The Vigor is incomparable. It is color less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil white cambric. It imparts an agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an article for the toilet it is economical and unsurpassed iu its excellence. PREPARED BY Dr. J. CATER S CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. OLP BY ALL PRCGGIST3 EVERYWHERE. B"lTS5IlJATIOM. LSI. m l" B33 K i roi.oGui:tcs, i.r.MitF.n Mi:u- JrciiitulH. Fnriiaere an. I JlwlinnifH Uiving rules for correct measurement of l-cunt-linir. Boards. Flunk, Cubical Contents of Square nml RoumlTinilnT. tnrLzssiyVi-ll'i Bslo. htave mid Heading Bolts. Wood. Tables of Wascs by month. Board or Kent ly the week or day. Capac itv ot t'ittenis. li-.ti-rcst Tables, ic. By J. M. Pcrilmer. r.r mail. pot;i2c pni.l, on receipt of 35 cents. eTT.T.'S CO.. KU )L813X.2dt.,SU Lonis. PROSPECTUS. REPORT, "VTOW ready for the Printer, will contain Full Re- ports of all Officers ot the Association, with a List of over Five Thousand Citizens of Memphis who died during the EpIdemUof 1878. Also contain Lis ot the names ot Contributors of Donations, both in money and supplies, received from the generous public ot America and Europe, amounting in the aggregate to near FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, and what disposition was made of same. Also a General History of Yellow Fever in this and foreign countries. The bock will be got up In the very best manner, on good white paper, well bound, in size octavo, and contain about five hundred pages. The Association Is determined to make this a cred itable work, and In order to cover the cost of getting it out to place Canvassers in the field and sell only by subscription. PRICE. S SO. Oellvtred April 1st. Orders -will re ceive attention if sent to eeiveaiieniivE u seuv Howard Association. AO. 10 3IA.D1S05 STREET, jVXoxxlxIxIjs- Tonn SI EPIC A L.. ritKSCRlrTIOK FREE IV.OR THE SPEEDY CURE of Seminal weakness. Jj Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has the Ingre dients. DR. JAQUES CO., 1 80 west Slxui srreei. Cincinnati. 37 Comt Place. LOUISVILLE, KY.f A n?ml".r!r .JnsaKd anil Irmnj qn.lifll phTSician uxi th. Cures all forms of PRIVATE, CHRONIC aiid SEXUAL TJIS- Sporntatorrhea and Impotenoy, rcii.lt or ssir-abos. In yonti, kothI ecwse In ma. tu-(T.car. orotber causM, .n.l prmlulnt; mnie 0 1 the lot. lrw iii oaccts: X -rommcs". bemit".! i:mu.ions, (niqhl mu bv dirara-.). IMuimm. ot Biht, DetMUve Misncrr -'h. .:Dcay. Fiinplimou Fac-e, AverMwn lo bwiety 01 i-"u.alM, Conrosioa or lcl-, l.o or S-sual Por, 4c.. recCerinj mnrriarc improiier or unhappy. Uioroojhl; and p:ilC4-n-ntly cur-1. SYPHILIS po"'0,clJ ana en. tir-:v er- !i-.tc,i trmn tU9 bdH-iu; GOXXOrrhea , GLEET, Strict., OnJilus, Bcruia. tor ku.Uin, Fil. s aud othr private disease quickly cured. It is aelf.evi.lcnl tbat aphy aidan who payH special attentlol to a erutif class or diseaaes, and treatiur. thousanda annu ally, acquires areat skUU FhvdicUns knonins thU fact orun re.-ooin.end arsons to my care. When it 1 inconvenient t visit the city for treatment, medicines can b. scut privately .n. Kufily by mnil or express anywhere. Cures Guaranteed in all Caaoa LoiultaUoiperlonallT .r by letter free nnd tnrltea. Chjtrca rvabonat.ic and oorvespundence stricUy oonlidtnuai. PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of 200 paffes, wntto nj address, Becorely aemled, Ibr thirty W) cects. Should be read br all. Address as aborj vrtc hour f rrrn 9 A. M. ttiSP. M. Randa'a to NO OK GOUT ACUTEOR CHRONIC SURE CURE.. Manufactured only undei the above Trade-Mark, by the Eurooean Salicylic Medicine Co., Of Paris and Leipzig, IMMEDIATE Relief Warranted, Pkkmankkt Cum GtJARANTKKD. Now exclusively used by all cel ebrated Physicians of Europe and America, becom ing a Staple, Harmless, and Reliable Remedy on both continents. The highest Medical Academy of Parts report 96 cures out of 100 eases within three days. Secret The only dlssolver of the poisonous Uilc Acid which exists In the Blood ot Rheumatic and Gouty Patients. 81 00 a Box, Boxes ior o ou. Sent to any address on receipt of price. Indorsed by Physicians. Sold by all Druggists. Address, WAS II BURN E A CO., Only Importers'' Depot, 7 Cliff at., W. T For sale by S. M4NSFIELD CO,, Wholesale Druggists. Memphis. Tennb HNIVKKS1TY Or THE SOUTH, sewaaee, Tennessee. Biqhext education on Christian principle. Grammar School. Cadet corps. Charges moderate. The Spring Term opens March 20th, Address CHAIRMAN. Howard MORE JSiY.B GRENADINES! OUR OWN Exclusive Designs and Styles of Elegant Novelties in BLACK.FANCY MM1S! DAJIASSE GEEiAMNEI, CAH&AB GRESAMMES, DBAP GHENOIWLJE 6REMDIBIES, SATIN STitlPEO OJ&RNADINES, BROCADED STRIPED GKENASINES, VEivT. i' STRIPED GRESADIRES. These Goods vviil be sold at Extraordinary Low Prices, and comprise the Largest and Most Novel Assortment ever brought to the City. so CHICKASA HANDLE & LIVEHMORE, Prop's, 98 Second St., pp. Market Square, Memphis. House Vrantw, Wrought and Cast Fencing, all kinds Iron and Brass CmiIdcr, Cotton Freases. (iln-Gestlnu. Pnllryi., Mhaftiugr, Knits. Fl e and Fittings, Braaa Cioods, Gov ernors, EnKtnes, Uenernl itepalrs. and everithincln line of t'onntlry or Htrbiie.shop Work, t-Ageuts and Manufacturers of nr. la's Patent Vater-CIreulatlnje and Hteam. (jieaeratldr rate-bar and l.lnrs 15 to 20 per cent, of fuel saved; work and performance guaranteed. The patentee, Wm. U. Karri, Is now here, and letters to our care will reach him. Parties Interested can see the Bars and Liners In operation on titeamer Coahoma. j. it. ttODwm. L. I. 3U..LM3N, Jr. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front street, corner Union, Memphis. Part irnlar attention eiven to t:p handllnsrof cotton whil In ahd J. T. FARGASOA. JAMES Grocers i anu oouon 369 Front and 3 Clinton Si's., 3Ieinpliis. MSSnBfiEN'S FURNISHERS! 271 Main, J. C. Piece Goods in Store Suits Jflatie to Order Quality of Goods and Fit linaranteed. Elegant SPRING SUITS ARRIVING DAILY A I.I. AT LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH G. TREAD WELL. A. F TK (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. 1 . j Wholesale Grocers ' I and No. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. lrC'ensigaments of Cotton solicited and Liberal store, nm wen us mm consign en 10 ASHREW tsTEWART, AXnitKW Kew Orleans. STEW11T, &WTNNE9 GO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 356 tni 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Stewart Brothers & Co,, Cotton Factors and Commission Merc, bants, New Orleans, I ouisiana. 100 CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA, (Pints and (aarts.) arinest Champagnes Imported. lOO CASES HKEIVS If.T-EIE TONIC. 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints. 100 Casks Allsopp's Ale Pints and Q,ts, All Direct from Abroad Oar own Importing:. WE HAVE BESIDES CONSTANTLY ON PENNSYLVANIA. KENTUCKY At LOWER PRICES then 3Bo J9 S EMM US & CO. INSURANCE. J. J. MURPHY. B. if. MURPHY. Murphv & Murphv, tiKSKKAIi Insurance Agents,. So. & Madison Street, Memphis, Tcun. NONE but Ft rat-Class Companies represented. Risks oo buildings taken for three or five years at greatly reduced rates, iiiahoases and Conn, try Stores fspeelaltleo. 1P0R TATION ! S. SL. McCALMUt A. HUA'T. C. C. HElJi. Factors Ward's Old Stand, CAVA ELL. TKEA1HTEXL TBEADWELL 4 BROS.) V . . . uotton Factors, Advances made on same. All Cotton insured while In 11s oy riwr. n.iies ninMrwise insin,i:iei. I. W VSK, 3Ieei pills. H.a.lLKl. Hemphlt AND HAND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF STRAIGHT AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, ever before offered In this Market. HOUSE? AND ni LM. W. A. FAIKES, (SUCCESSOR TO J. B. AND W. A. F AIRES.) Dealer in MFLEH and TSOItSES, SS ITnlon Ht., Near PostotTlce. A GOOD selection of all classes of Horses and Mules constantly on hand. Everything sold by me guaranteed as represented. Orders solicited WIRONWORKS TRUSTEE SALES. npBUBTKK'S MALIC.--By virtue nf the pow era conferred upon me by two certain deeds In trust executed to me by Phebe a. Biker and Isaac S. Biker, one of date Julys, 1877, and the other De cember 24, 1877. and recorded respectively In Deed Books Ho. 119, page 117. and No. 121. page 40. of the Register's ofllceof Shelby county, to secure the payment of a certain Indebtedness fully set forth in said deeds, default having been maae In the terms thereof, I will, on Tnr.ilay, April . lw?.at 10 0 clock a.m,.Bt the southwest corner et Main and Madison streets. In Memph's. Shelby county, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for ensh. the following described real estate situated In Shelby county, near the (late) city of Memphis, to-wlt: The north half of lots 1.2. 8 and 4 ot Mitchell's sub division, rf part of lot 30 of W. Williams's subllvl slon: Beginning at a point 138 feet east of the east line of Lauderdale street and 70 feet south of the center of Broadway street; running thence east ward) 1-H4 feet to an avenue and to northeast cor ner of lot No. 1; thence southwardly with said av enue 74 feet; tuence wesiwaraly at right angles to said avenue 184 feet to lot No. f; thence northward ly with line of said lot No. 5 74 feet to the begin ning. All right of redemption expressly waived In sild trust deeds. Title believed lo be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee. AMOS WOODRUFF, Trustee. J. W. Hampton, Attorney. rynitt MTKK'M haik By virtue of the pow ere conferred upon Egbert Wooldridge and bis successor In office, by a deed In trust made by J. J. Sears and Florence Sears, dated August 8. 1874, and of record In Book No. 102, page 470, of Regis ter's office ot Shelby county, to secure the payment of a certain Indebtedness fully described therein, default having been made in the terms and condi tions thereof, the und.rsigned. successor to the aforesaid E. Wooldridge as truster, will, on Toes day, April Jitt. lN70,at 10 o'clock a.m.. sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for rash, the following described real estate situated In the (late) city ot M- mphis. In Shelby county, Tennessee, to wit: One-third of lot No. 14, In block No. 41, South Memphis: The whole of paid lot No. 14, having a front ot 75 feet on the west side of Causey street, between Vance and Elliott streets, and running back 20 1 feet, more or less, to Bayou Haroso. The sale will be at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streetai lftJlenjphls.T AU right of ledemptlon, etc. exoressly waived. Title believed to be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee. AMOS WOODRUFF, Trustea. J. W. Hampton. Attorney. XHIXTLIi'ii 1. A A. K-By virtue ot ti e powers conferred upon Ben May and his successors in office as trustee, by a deed In trust made by Sarah F. Carrutbers and J. S. Carruthers, dated August 12, 175, and recorded In Deed Book No. 108. page 72, In the Register's office of Shelby county, to secure the pa) merit of a certain ludebtedress fully de scribed In said deed, default having been made In the terms and conditions thereof, the undersigned successor of Ben May, as trustee aforesaid, will sell, on Xnesday, April . 179, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the southwest corner Mln and Madison streets. In Memphis, at public auction, to the high est bidder, for cash, the following described leal estate situated In the (late) city of Memphis, Shelby county, t -wU: Part of lot No. 12. In block No. 89, In South Memphis: Beginning at the northeast cor ner of St. Martin and Pontotoc streets, running thence northwardly with St Martin street 68 feet t j a stake; thence eastwardly, parallel with Pontotoc street 150 feet; thence southwardly, parallel with St. Martin street 58 feet to a stake lo the line of Pontotoc street; thence westward ly 150 feet to the beginning. AH right of redemption, etc., expressly waived in said trust deed. Title believed to do good, but sell only as trustee. AMOS WOODRUFF, Trustee. J. W. Hampton. Attorney. TKIkTKK'n HAdK,-By virtue of the power conferred upon me by a deed In trust made by Ben May and D. A. May, of date February 12, 187rl, and recorded In book No. 110, page 376. In the Register's office of Shelby County, to secure the pay ment ot a certain Indebtedness therein fully set forth, default having been made In the terms there of. I will, on Taraoay, April 2. tH7. at 10 o'clock a.m at the southwest corner of Main and Madison sireets, In Memphis, In said county, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described real estate, situated about 2Va miles east of the (late) city of Memphis, in Shelby county, to wit: Lots Nos. 14, 15. 16. 17. 18, 19.20, 21 . 22, 23, 24. 25. 2r) and 27. ar d 491& feet off the south side of lots Nos. 13 and 28. as s dd lota are known and laid down on the plan of B. Graham's suhivlslon. In book 45, page 129. Remitter's office of said county, beginning at the southeast corner of lot No. 20, 50 feet from the center of the Mand C. rail road, on the west side of Borland avenue; thence north 45 degrees west with said railroad 583 fe t to a stake on the east side of Florence avenue; thence north with said avenue 433 feet to a stake; thence east 410 feet to Borland avenue; thence south with west side of said avenue 843 feet to the beginning. Also, lots Nos. 10, 11, 12, 29, 80. 81 and 32. and 501 feet off north side of lots 13 and 28 or said B. Graham's subdivision, fronting west on Florence avenue, east on Borland avenue, aud lying north of and adjoining the lots first named. All right of re demption waived In said deed of trust Title believed to be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee. LOUIS LaGRILL. Trustee. J. W. Hampton, Attorney. Trustee's Sale. TTNDKB and by vlitue of a certain trust deed duly U recorded In Book No 100, page 033, of the Register's office of chelby county, Tennessee, made bv J. C. Davis to me as trustee to secure an Indebt edness therein n-imed, default having been made in the terms thereof, by direction of the beneficiary In said deed set forth. I will, on ts.lnrday, April s. I7w. at the southwest corner ot llain and Madi son streets, In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, at 12 o'clock noon, sell at ou lie auction, for cash, a certain lot of land in the city ot Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee: Beginning at the point of Inter section of the north line of the a' ley, which runs east and west, between Pontotoc and Vance streets, on the west side of Lauderdale street; running thence westwardly with the north line of said alley lo the east line of another alley, which runs north and south. 1481 feet; thence northwardly with tt.t east line of said last named alley 4W3 feet; thence eastwardly on a line parallel with said first named alley 14SI& ieet to tne west line 01 Lrftuaeruaie street: thence southwardly with the west line 01 Lauderdale street 4914 feet to the beginning; being lot No. 3 of W. P. Bond's subdivision, made by C C Burke, civil engineer, on the 30th of May. 1872. ae coming to the plan attached to the deed recorded In book no. Hi, page tZ4. or rae uegisiers omcc aforesaid. SIMON STURM, Trustee. L. E. Lehman, Attorneys. Trustee's Male. BY virtue of the power conferred on me by the terms of a deed of trust executed to me by Ricardo Buch:gnani and Elizaoeth Buehlgnanl, his wife, dated May 1, 1871, said deed being of record In Book 80. page of the Register's office, ol Shelby county. Tennessee; default having been made in payment ot tne note securea Dy sa'a aeeo, t wm, MatDrilsy, April S. 1M7W, proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at the courthouse door, la the city of Memphis, the follow ing described real estate: Beginning at the Intersec tion of the north line ot Jefferson street with the east line of Second street; thence eastwardly with the north line of Jefferson street seventy feet; thence northwardly and parallel with the east line ot Sec ond street eighteen feet six and three-fourth Inches; thence westwaraiy ana parauei witn tne noun une of Jefferson street seventy feet to the east line of Second street; thence southwaidly with the east line ot Second street eighteen feet six and three-fourth Inches to the beginning; being tne same parcel 01 lot No. 342 as laid down on Rucker's plan of the city of Memphis that was conveyed by If. W. Smith to John B. Botto, Andrew Botto and B. Merillo, by deed recorded In the Register's office of Shelby coun ty. Tennessee, In Book No. 83, page 532. bale petween ine nours 01 iu in. mm y.iu. Title believed to be good, but I convey as trustee only. Equity of redemption waived. 9 A. a nuia&uiiA, iniswa. Wm. M. Randolph, Agent and Attorney. Trustee's 'ale. 11 virtue ui it biusi ueeuw ... cictuwu. aim ,c l corded In the office of ths eglster ot Shelter virtue ot a trust deed to executed, and te- county, Tenn.. In boo 103, pas 238, made by D K Palmer and wire, lor tne purpose or secu ing me Indebtedness therein named, and which not havlug been paid, I will, on tatnrdaF. April It. 1H79. within legal hours, at the request ot the beneficiary in said deed, at tne souenwest comer oi main ano Yladlson streets, In Memphis, Shelby county, Ten nessee. sell to the highest bidder, tor cash, the tol lowing property, situated in sneiDy county, state oi Tennessee, and described as follows: A certain tract or parcel of land In civil district No. two (2) In said county, and bounded as follows, to-wlt: On the north by the lands ot James raine ana i nomas tt. Moore; on the east by the lands of Mrs. M. B. Sav age and W. T. Nelson; on the south by the lands ct W. T. Nelson and D. D. Nelson, and on the west by the lands of A. W. Nelson and James Paine, sup posed to contain about nve nunarea uuu acres, it is stipulated In the deed that In event ot sale, all equity of renemption Is waived, and that the pur chaser snail nave aosoiuie tine in tee simuio. b. w. wii,t,tAMoL-jM. jr., rrustee. Trustee's Male. BY virtue ot the terms of a trust deed executed by the underslgtied on the 28lh day of Decem ber, 1876, by Augustus C. Genette. Boxana J. Mad den and her husband, Cornelius D. Madden, duly registered In the register's omce or sneiDy county, Tennessee, In deed book 115, page 821, to secure the Indebtedness therein described, 1 will, on .noDdsy, April l, 17U, at the courthouse of Shelby county. Tennessee, sell for cash, at VI o'clock m., to tne highest oiauer, free from redemption, the property therein de scribed as follows; Situate lying and being In the city of Memphis, county of Shelby, State ot Ten nessee, to-wlt: Beginning on ine norm siue ui Robeson street (100) one hundred feet from its in tersection with Jones avenue; thence eastwardly with north line of Bobeson street (fiO) fifty feet; thence northwardly (150) one hundred and fllty feet; thence westwardly parallel with Bobeson street (50; Bfty feet; thence southwardly (150) one hundred and fifty feet to the beginning. Being lot lot (W) nine, biock (ti), six Bradford's subdivision of couotiy (514) lot five hundred and fourteen. To sucn trust aeea so recorueu, special reiercuco is here made. Tuie believed to be good, out l sen and convey only as trustee. . w. i. oi iuurtr., .trustee. Wright A Koikes, Attorneys. Trustee's Male. BY virtue of the terms of a trust deed executed to the undersigned on the 1 tlth day of December. 1875. by Erastus Marshall and Auua R. Marshall his wife, duly registered In the register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in deed book 109, page 314, to secure the Indebtedness therein described, 1 will, on nnnusv. jaoni x. . a v. at the courtho.iBe of Shelby county, Tennessee, sell for cash to the highest bidder, free from redemption, tna nnuirrli therein described as follows. Situate lvlne and being In the city of Memphis, county of Shelby. State of Tennessee, to wit: Lot No. 108, block 17, on tne plan oi aivision oi me ouuiprw mlse additions to the city of Memphis, fronting (25) wenty-hve feet on the north side of Adams sHeet between Front Row and the river; running back ( 1 4kU one hundred and forty eight and a half feet between parallel lines. To such trust deed so recorded, special reference Is here made. Title believed to be good, but l sell and convey as trustee only. w. u. Al CLCKK, Trustee. Wright & FoUtes, Attorney. TKl hTEK'M HALK-By virtue of two deeds In trust made and executed bv John J. Sears and Florence Sears, one to Egbert Wooldridge and nis successors in omce as trustee, uitteu unuuri i 1874, and recorded in Book o. his, page tmn. oi Register's office ot Shelby county; theolhe' to Ben XI:. v un.1 hi. Niicrp.snra as trustee, dated May 20. 187, and recorded In Book No. 1 12, page 204, of said Register's office, said deeds being made to se cure certain inueoieaness iuny uescnoea luerein. i miri default having been made In the terms thereof. the underslgnea successor In office, as trustee to the aforesaid, will, on nmoty, April x, at 10 o'clock am , at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets. In Memphis. Shelby county. sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for r-jish i he following described teal estate situated In said county, aDOUl two miles castor tne tiatei ci y oi Memphis, to wit: Lot No, 2. of subdivision of lands of the estate of Mrs. C. C. Tucker, deceased: Begin ning ton t.the south side of union avenue, at me nnrthMutl. comer of lot No. 1 ot said sulidlv.slon; thence with said avenue westward 8 1.1-100 chains to the west sice of Bembert avenue; tnence sjuiuwnru with west side of last named avenue 8 O100 chains m r,r,rti,o..t nmr nt lot No. Hz theuoe westward, at right unices with Rembeit avenue, 8 chains to the southeast corner of lot No. 1; thence north with line nt m p.n i uMX-imi chains to the beginning containing 7 3-10 acres. All right ot redemption expressly waived. Title bel eved to be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee, sen auu w amos WOODRUFF, Trustee. J. W. Hampton, Attorney. lMSPEXSAItY. Dr. D. S. oJolmson's PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, SO. 17 JEFFEKSOX STREET, Between Main and Vront, Metsapols (.33TAKLI4HfD IH I8t0. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all parties In terested as by far the most successful physician In the treatment of private or secret d seasea. yuh a thorough and permaneut cures guaranteed In eveiy ease, male or female. Recent cases of Uonorrbt a and Syphilis cared in a few days, without the use cf mercury, change of diet, or hindrance trom business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vest I Re eradicated will out the use of mercury. Involuntary toss of semen topped In short time. Sufferers trom I m potency or loss of sexual powers restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self-abuse and exoessive vonery, suffering from aoermtttorrhea and loss ot physlcF.i and mental power, speedily and perma nently eured. Particular attention paid 10 tee Deseases ol Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remldles Piles and old sores cured without the use ot caw He or the knife All consultations strictly cotmdentiaL Medicines sent by express to all paits of the coun try. I Office hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p, m. 8undaya from 8 to 5 p.m. n. e. m m nson. M.TJ CHANCERY SALES. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. lOrtl Chancery Court of Shelby county W. T Arrlngton vs. Charles D. McLean and John C. McLemoro. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 20th day of April, 1874, and renewed, etc February 21, 1879,1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and .Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main street, Taxing-District ot Shelby county, late Memphis. Tennessee, on . Mat ard ay. April 5. within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Blocks K. L J.Hand K, and lots 21. 22, 23 and 21 of block No. 53; lota 14, 15 and lrt ot block No. 52: lota 23, 24. 25 and 26 of block 55. on the plan of Fort Pickering, near and south of the city ot Mem phis. Terms of Sdle On a credit ot seven months; pur charter to give note with approved security; lien re kilned till same Is paid. Equity of redemption barred. This March 15. 1S7H. B J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Wm. Measlck. attorney. sat Chancery Male ot Ileal Estate. No. 2772- Chancery Court of Shelby county Allen Htll et al, vs. Robert Henderton et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decres for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 21st day of June, 1878. and renewed, eta. December 4. 1878, and renewed March 24, 1870, 1 wl.; sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, In li intof the Clerk and Master's omce, Courthouse Bu .- Bug, Memphis, Tennessee, on Matarday, April 0, ; 879, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Be ginning at a rock on Mr. Lacey's west line at the southwest corner of the 50-acre tract purchased by Mr. Lacey from W. Bill; thence west 1H chains 93 Ui katoa rock on Aveiy's east line and southwest- corner of said 50-acre iract; I hence south 1 degree, east 2 1 chains 50 links to a stake (Avery's soul heast corner); thence west 8 chains to a stake w.th redoak and two pop'ar pointers on Charles Davis's east line, and cornering with Avery, being his southwest cor ner; thence south 1 degree east 54 chains and 20 links to E. Fanei's northwest corner, on Charles Davis's east line: theme ea.t 18 chains HO links to Allen Hill's southwest corner on E. Farley's north line; thence north 1 degree west with all Hill's west line 50 chains 70 links to satd Hill's northwest cor ner; thence east H chains 12 I nks to a rock on A. Hill's north line the southwest corner of the Lacey tract; thence noiih 1 deer.-e west 25 chains to the beginning, contalnir g 133 acres Terms ot Sale One fourth cash; balance In six and eighteen months; purchaser to give note, with approved security, beai Ing interest from date; a Hen retained on the land to further secure pu-chase money. Equity of redemption barred. This April 2, 187SI. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Humes & Poslon. Solicitors for complainants. Chancery Sale or Keal Estate. No. 2445 (1932, B Chancery Court of Shelby county w lllougbby Williams vs. J. J. S-ars et ai. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree lor sale en tered in the above cause on the 13th day of July, 1878, M. B. 22, page 245. etc, and renenrpd and amended Msreh 7. 1S79, 1 will sell, at public auction, to th. hi chest bidder. In front or the Cleik and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main street. Taxing-District of Shelby county, late Men -phis, Tennessee, on Saturday, April 12, 1&79, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tenn., to wit: A certain parcel of 1-ind In 14tti civil district, and known as block No. tit? of Wllloughby Williams's subdivision, which, according to plat on file by Sears A Ureeley. has been subdivided into thirty four lots, bounded by and fronting on Ubolson, Gaines, bixth and Seventh streets in Fort Pickering, to which plat rel et en oe Is made Terms of Sale m a credit of 6 to 12 months: purchaser executing note with good security: Hen retained; redemption barred. This March 1 1, 179. K. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. W. M. Rsn-lolph end Ft J. Morgan, attorneys. Ji()XBE8ll).TM. .ft on-Resident Notice. No. 8254 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee F. M. WhI e & Co. et aL vs. T. W. L Askew et al. IT appearing from affidavit In this cause that the detendant. T. W. L. Askew, Is a non-resident of tbeSiateot Tennessee, that he Is Indebted to the complainants, F. M. White A Co., In the sum of 8452 30, evidenced by open account; that he Is In debted to the complainants Leniinon & Gale, lo tho sum of S2d0 87,evl eoced by notes; and attach ment having been Issued and returned by the sheriff levied on the property of said T. W. L. Askew: it is inereiore oiaerea, mat ue make nis appear ance herein, at the Courthouse In the city ot Mem- Shis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday tn lay, 1879. and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will betaken for con fessed as to him and tet for hearing exparte; and that a copy Of this order be pubiiehcu once a week, for lour successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. This March 28, 1879. A Copy: Attest. K. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master By E. B. M'Hknbt, Deputy Clerk and Master. L. B. M'Farland. Sol. lor Complainant gat Kon-ICesident Notice. No. 2481 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee Wm. Y. Hamlin, adm'rof W. B. Ham lin, deceased, vs. J. A. Wilder et aL IT appearing from affidavit In this cause that the defendants, Ashbei Smith and Caroline Kitrldge ind Thomas B. Kltiidge. are non-residents of the State of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In May. 1879, and plrad. answer or demur to the cross-bill of J. A. Wilder et al., or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hesrlng exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Mem phis appkal... This 28th day of March, 1879. A. Copy Attest B. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By K. B. M'Hknkt. Deputy Clerk and Master. Clapp A Meux. Sols, for complainant. sat Xon-lteHident Notice. No. 8252. In the Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tennessee. George Mohr vs. Lizzie Schaper et aL IT appearing from affidavit in this cause that the defendants, the heirs of A. F. Schullze dee'd, are unknown, and their names and places ot resi dence cannot be ascertained after dlll.ent Inquiry; and they having, perhaps, some Interest tn the real estate sought to be subjected by this proceeding: It is therefore ordered. That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city oi Memphis. Tennessee, on or beiore the first Monday In May, 1879, 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 exparte; ana that a copy of this order be published once a week. lor tour successive weens, in me aiempnis appeal. This 28tb day of March, 1879. A copy Attest. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. E. B. M'Hinbt, Deputy Clerk and Master. Wm. M. Randolph. Sol. tor complainant. sat lt ANli-KlJJVT SALE. Bankrupt Sale. In the matter ot the Southern Life Insurance Com panv. Bankrupt. BY virtue of nn order of sale made by the Circuit Court of the United Slates Westeru District of T n nessee, we will sell, at public auction. In front ot the premises, on Monday, 4prll 14. 1H7U. at 1 1 o'clock on said day. the building known as the Carolina insurance Building, No. 42 Madison, De soto Biock. Memphis, Tennessee, and now occupied by the Memphis Gaslight Company. Terms of tale One-fourth .ash; balance In six and twelve months, with appioved security, and a lien retained for unpaid purchase money. The Improvements consist of a four-story brick building, the upper portion partloned Into rooms, suitable for ofllcea or sleeplng-rooms. O. WOOLDRIDGE and C. T. PATKRSON. Asslewes. STEAJlSrllirs. INMAN L.1NE UNITED STATES AND ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, Sew York to (aeenHtown A Liverpool Every Thursday or Saturday. City of BerTin, 54V1 tons. City of ilintaeal,4490lns City ot Richmond, 4i07 City ot Brussels, - 8775 City of Chester. - 4.-ti1 City of New York,- 8500 These uuttsiitlcent si-amers are among the strong est, largest nta.1 liut-st on the Atlantic, and have every modern aui.rovemeiit, including hot and cold water and ele.u-; belis In staterooms, revolving chairs In saloons, bEfi and smo .Ing-rooms, barber shops, etc For raiee f LSSt ther lnlorma tlon, apply to JOHT . IXil.il, S-ut, 81 Broadway, New Y ork, or to XHO&. 1SHEH, gnysnk:MemPhli UNDEKTAK.EK. t--y-v.":- .Undertaker. Jt4 w-.nrl Htrt. near lttf Va. MACHINISTS L.EW1S & TUOHAS, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. BLACK9MTTHING ot all kinds. Copper . ' ,.-. . and Sheet Iron Workers. ,-- . ;. .. " l". -. ailin.i Adas.. '-- near the river, MEMPHIS Tenn.. AU work done Sromptly, day or nlghL Teimscash. Residence, io. 90 Promenade. . r. Our shop will be open oaily from this date, a.l tr dera for work will be promptly attended to. . Ootober 16, 1878. LKWlrt THOSi I 4.