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TfcL3J MEMPHIS DAILY .A.JEJPI FKIDAY, APRIL 11. 1879.
K i I L n O 1 1 T 1 M K-T A B L K 8. lionlKviile nnd ,MhvllI Mouthern. id ret LKAVB. aKHifB. Kp ts. dsjiy It 50 p.m, fin) p.m. 8:19 a-m. Ifail.dnl'f 8.t -in- limwristdll i ACco.r1 .t.vjat r 1: t ev.-er r c-lin ' ;!. . I -::r P '"- " On Salurday, Express runs on!) to M'Keuzle, con necting for N isuville. iit'iiiiitalx null Charleston. LliaVI ARK1VE. (City time) Mill 4 Kaih- J,rain.:a!lyj 12 mldnlg't 1:18 P.m. R IO am. 4 r5 o.m. ' LkIvK. A.KKIVI. '.!!.. a:10 P.m. 10:15 a.m. . c- '. --rod lrlr.l.ial !V.:lspt,l!jl.'a?) 5 01 p.m. 8:4o a,m. -si .. (.)' :.! in. 1 1.' .'ex -1 i'v: : .-k. . B 30 a.m. . 4:3J p.m. 3It't-:.h:4 nti Little Hoc I. " I.fiVH. AHK1VB. i r.un. i, 1.:r 5:15 p.m. 11:40 P.m. K : ' i. iy --. ei t t-rn.i H.iii' a.m. 5:50 r..ro I aducali unn VrmphiK. j LX4V AHKIVE. !.: iwi.'-r i.i :i..inllj I J 00 p.m. 10.00 cm. ., innii'- M . ' H:H'l .m. h:W p.m Th N-w Yo.k and New Orleans markets were repirte.1 iwi huher yesterday, and the cable repined Liverpool 1 1 dd ltter. In our own market tile demand cmit'im d smug md active, but factors w ,u'd n t sell at cxtAUiiic prices and Hlttough a number of traiis'ietlons look place at lte above I be ruling figures, tln-y were net Inrllned to trade under l-io advance, na es cra mostly to exporters, anil q.i t Hon." reni'itned m.ihangi-d, as slated below. Tlie Ne Yrtik Btilutin. oi A.rll 8th. says: "Tec week ojiens wlttio.it much mature la ttie general featur s ot lu market f r contracts. Business Is prolMldy not ynlte so rx;enslve, but the movement slrll hc.ivr :r.ul t!i:) . Jeeling apparently Quite 'btll'.sti,' nICi a st-.U lurlher g ilu uinde on the line of vnluiM. a: el the oesiie to buy cotton unabated In mon nun ters. Tjcra has, however, been some tin tu.ilioiis Online the U.ty. and a slightly leverlnh undert .',e. v.hl li Indicates h v.iell iling policy am .ii a portion ol the trade, anil It may oe well to note a ijirreut m.nor willed hints at a possible at tuii'l t(. niHke a werlous iittaok on the upward turn. It Is ii d that some of the l nce't operators have f jun.i t:ielr plans In a measure dliairaiiKed by the I tpldlty and totcv of tiie tulvance of late, and are wurkli'R f jr a break, with some Idea of 'spilling out" a considerable amount of c l on to acconipllsU their object. I:isliott, wliilo the i iieratlons for the day brought the maiket to a close with rates 2ri4 point above .Saturday, the tone was only barely stead;, and the 'bull movement seemeil to have s 'tired' uayeit afur the heavy wor ot lust week." !ott"i t-iinimnee (notations S'irWiir.-t trM ,-ruHunutl Cla.tmlWarvun.X Vextcrdav. Day bffure ordinary a" "& W t-rs liood 0'i. (71(dH LowiuMJUuk a Ml.l'llli:.; ttlHH Uoo.l inld ilii.K 1? 11 14 MiUdlli: fair ull44 iHiket Crm, held h'cher Sulea, 1250 -f?10l a 101,5 u 1 i) rfllis 3114 bales, In- CludiUrf 1j0 lo solnners oad oUU to speculators. tjriTtlH KXOHANUS. MkMi-ais. April 10, 187U. riL.x.k oi: iiand aeu'eiuiier 1, r H-:e!ve I l.Ml-iy l.ior fl-tived prevloiny.. dtiliipM t i-u -y atilppl provi.i.-:!y .att3,K0 8rt.lCiB .. 2,101 80". POU . .825,725 827.U1H Sloci, running accoutit I1IP0KTC. Thus far IMS W' T ims t il 1 iit w." . t):iiL'j Mc-.neiiiei' 1 -r MemtiMs Rn1 Cla-!"";oa railroad Mississippi an 1 I -nues : railroad. . Mississippi ni'd Tenni'SM-e lit lroud., 1'aduiM'i utid ileuuMils ntllroad Meintdi's it'rl Littis lUujk ralinay HP'.iiiter fcVivjons and other sources... . K.118 . 5.207 Htlrt,W5r. . 845 . 102 . 2'.'4 2j . 7H . 1HH . 7.1 1,10.. 0.821 1.2HH "7 MIK Total Thus f ir tUis u Thus far lt-n T. jeK. air.'jefa-i'Hoali.ir 13 KXl'iiiiTli .1e'ii'.lils and Ciirrlsston rpllroad Louisville. 'ashTllIa and tiroat southern B.It f.:)4 42t Steamers, nnriii. by rail, norm ..1.128 ..i,o;i ..2.11 To:! ii;r thi, FAi n a pii. ) Ths follnwrlmi nre thi" t:f"st telecmins of the do mestic markets, as reported eslerday to the coltoa ,tfli:i,ne: J.-li'-l ..!!,' i I T.U 'him, f irk, I. R c'j'ls. Gvstnn .Steady. Ji:' ! New nrl. ana .-lrniT. 2 HKt' Mobile Firm. 5. .5! BavannaU K.rm. 1!M: Cnaice .i u V'i't 2(4 Wilmington Urm. 131 Nori.iik. y.ilut. I,2ti2' Bnlllmoro lirm I NawVork Nominal 554i Bo-to.i (inn. 40:! Hiiil i.l-lpliW . . . Klr.n. 4'.itli tit. tuuls AUKUstt. O'l'et. !I0M mot. 10i io; liUn 107h 11 1058 11 im 1 l4k nw " The nii.imin -n,i mo .New Koik Hoot quotations for y-ster.l.iy: iiMinai, t ll-lnc; kihkI oiauiary. 10 W 10:; lowmiiliilini:. 1 1 1-1 tia; middling, llc; rfoo.l inliti Inn. 114-; mld-lllnij fair. 120. Al 10:21,iule:; 1 iA'u tpUct: 2:1-1, nominal; U, noml iii. unies. :oi5 !u4. Contracts, 1000 bales. ritxk, 1H0.811 bales. Ttii fuiiovv.Ui; u- uni latest New York telecram of futures: Xevtrd.'y. 11 in,?uT42 II .norr 11.51 ll.ilr?ll.H7 ll.wr?ll .82 I I II . ? 1 1 II ti.Hl.- 11.70 II 2 wJ 1 1.27 10 Pii IO.K1 III H 10 KS lkty Ixfoit. April May June July AUIMKt September... October November... Iece,iiilrtr. . . 11.2711.28 ll.ftKr7ll.40 1 1.57(711 58 11.71(711.72 ll.82-rll.x4 ll.lr?ll.ti2 11.18(?11.1 10 8110 8 2 10 7rtrl0 78 The lone i.f tno future m.tikel was as follows: At in nrnifi: lO::t7.llrm: 1 1 Jit . ; 12:1)4, rtrm: 1 :HO. ste iiy at iiuntattons, shade e:uiUr; ii. IT hris.liruti,i,r. ri.ili-s. 1 ilS.OlKt bales. Tim Oi leans msrkei opened and closed stron; 10 -ho f"r middling, bines, HO.lO bales ...ii.is n-i . oin:t hales: stock. 172.101 bales. v . im i tverniiiii t.-lei'rains tesierday repottevl cotton fractlonalW dearer: mliMllnn uplands. Ud; Or- 1-s.n.i mi ,l s .les. li .00; I Pules, of tvhtcb - were uv rlnan. Itecetpts, n:i'H) bales, all of which wt;r3 Americin. I.ivtx .onl ni rival opened 1-321 better: advance Pli.cn l i-t; Ap:ll-My. li otfolyd; May-Juue l 7-:l2(?tl ,'Miiil; June-July. t O .'iiTtlUd; July A'wast, It 5-liai: Auausi-September, tind. At 2 pm.: Kuluri s barely steady. A. 5 o'clock ar ilv its clnsi-d t'i free i IT-iIuks. hut ij'jlet and steady; Jtiim-July, 1 U-:i2d; July Ausu t, tl 1 1-H2d. I jo iMuvemenis at the poua were tpiirted us lol- 1 )s: fin W- k. Th Week Last 1'e.xr. 41,375 32,2 1 8 vtt.aao 531,823 I.iv ii sln.'e Filitay Fx-, ts toll. Kide- 11 l.iy tsloContnp iit fc' .ec .... a7.202 43,047 37 '02 18.411 27 M43 20.372 47-5ll 53.Hjt8 Total leci ipts ul nli Idilted plates ports. 4.r.m. TI3t); snmeU i e. l-78. 3.070.142; saHie date, 1877. :t soil 0 '0. Increase of receipts at United States is tills e,ir 22H.188 o.ilcs. Tutnl Hock at a.l l. irts. 478,511 bales, iigi;lnt 531.823 bales same lime thu year be tore; In 1877, H3S.4otJ. FINAMIIAL. Unfl -s-'iv.-ilrl-' w;:s tlu cha- Re. iT any. in .... ir,, ,11,111 in hnk elr-li sesterdnr. Money con tinued p.euUJul iMlh little demHiid. and the supply ..r ii4n. r :,s in more moderatesuppiy, ana cniy lulr dem.iti I- The foti- per cent government bonds appear to -bo oil " rapidly. uliI unlike "llapjacks," do not require my sdgaii rig. Collections continued good but s ih" last year's entire crop Is on the Diar i!i 'n..n, ,n lulls me lpir.ily sought for. The New v.ir'ir it.ui tin. of last Tuesd v, hays: "Government i...,..u -...r,. l,nv,-r. lieeanse dmibts have been raised wheilierthe n-s-ret iry will not after all accept bids lor tour p r cents Peou id the iini'.iuil unss:uy to redeem ail the Ktilstsndlng 5 20 six per cents. His circular .t Hart il 4lh lilstmcily said that he would n.it il four ner cei. is beyond this amount Kt Hie pr ce al which tne lour p. r cents have been selling, ...... ii iu ii. .u, 11 1.1 Him 1 irre, subsi-riptlons of Frl- rtir lu t were niiide .on tte septioblllou that die circular of Much 4tli iiitul as It reads, t... "e.nrT uni be la ttie city tomorrow, aad tt is supposed Hint the matter will then lie sctti. d. In L.iinlon. onsois advanced to 07h2 tK. tho Ii ghes piles since I83. lulled fetn et bonds w e str.uig for all h sues, except 10-40s xiiicii n il ::i. sliver in London advanced to 4o;t4 and hem tne tmlll m vi ce of the 4l2lfe grains .l.dl.ir nilv uieeil to 84U cents. isterlli.g ex- ..,we hern UHS nomlllillly 4!s7 aud 480 for ' ,1,8 ba. kers' bills; the actual rates were 48H(i luWi i and 48(24."i8iii. In our local market ex niiir.gi dd'ed: New York, Is discount buying, and leillng li psriuiuni; "II points In New Kng V. .i .., mil Is. nnd sight U discount, selling U nn-nliim: New Orleans, U bujlip?. and selling at v,, , ,.?iO per cent, nhelby county scrip ?.:..,'.. kii." buil:'ir. but very dull, little or none . i ...I.. u'ero: Memphis gas stock Z.I. ' rin.w'ssee. new Is.:, 33.2115: Mississippi '. - roii.o.iv M-Nt-mortixae bonds, ex-c u- ,Z. 112.2113: MM.,.n-l mt,ge, 01 ; I UemtililMM i.,,.ia u i- iiernnniio insurance slock, 117; Bluit City Insurance, 72. itil- TKLEGR.ll'HA PARIS. Apill 10.-Rontes, 114f. P5 NSW OH1.E4N8. April 10. Sight exchange orj v k. I, urt-mium: sieiiii'K eieurkiuio, LIKs. 4h7. i.fNiMP. Anrll lO.-Conso s money. 08: Illinois i'...mai. Kit: ivniisvlviiida Central. 3d: Reading, 131 1; Krlc, 2H; prof-rred. 47lj: 10-40s. 1034! new Ii i. I'ill '.s; uew 4lar. 10.;ii; tiew 4s. 102. NKW VOHK,prll 10 Money easy at 4r?7 per cent i j t i.-ijuefn'ril. Prime mercantile paper, r.,?.t nor cei l. s,ter. lug exchange tinkers' bills riutet, 4SHI..; slgiil exeliai.e on New York. 485, . ..o-nimcnt bonds coupons lHl. 10H; ll(l fwt 104ti: i rw 4t-j-, 1 ."' s; new 4s, nt.-i; 10-40s, .-.,i.rrnl. ioi: couiKins. 101; currency Hs, i At.,t b inds -Tif.ncss o Hs. oid. 8 ii i.ejir. "8: Vlrgliiirt Hs. old v.,ii. its. new. ill: Missouri As, 107 Ti.. 'stock market tiv.'ay. oli g to rain and the sus D'lslim f business tiMiiorn.w Olcod Friday), was e i npHrntiviy iiuut, and. with few exceptions, flue ti, ,r .ms vcie snut. I nlon l-iu-llii-and Northwest n .i.'.Hml.le strength; Mlch'gan Central i i down t-8H-. but losed at H. TratwatSilous a eiri'ed 137.INH) shares, or milch 7000 were Km ... Ifti.iO Like Snore. 11,000 Wabash, 20,tKX) k i,.,.i, -ii -,,,,,,., in ill li ii) preferred. 74'K) St p.,,i:. imioo l.ru Kuw ir.uu. 70OO New Jersey Cen- tn.l. 1 5, 1)00 Mleu'g.in Central. 77(H) union raciiie jk iii s .l..s. i.ii i.rvterr.il. r.lM) Western Union, 27iM K ins is and Texas, 2500 l?t. Louts and San Kr.iiiClsco, unl 25O0 L l.ouls, Kansa. City and N.ii: i,-ru. 1 tie clos:ng oiiot .11 ms ere as p nows V em Up on l-fgiapn, lOJU: JU cksllver, 19li: UlrtiHT ITelerred. !14; l.lClUCMilll, 14 Marloose. jV"; Mrt;..ininrelerrrd,3: Adams express, i a: W,i.s Fargo' s express, 100; Amcrii'Mn ... ..r..c Ji-i,,: L'nHMH'teextrcsi.47; New Yoi ik .tritl. ll-'ts: Frio, 25i.; trie prel'd. 45L4; har- i:,i 155: Micnigau On. tiai, JR4; l-Hnama, 134 ft I'lK-irtu slock. ,iU; Lake score, 71U i i..,.i. i idral. 84: Cleveland aud Pittsburg. H2W ,r,,.,.trri. ttila: Northwesteru preterreil, WIUk Cirveiiiud.Culumbus, Clncluiittll aud ludlauapolu. 41- New Jersey Central. 408; Rock Island, 18014: t?t. l'aul. 414; St. Paul preferred, 8l7; Wabash, 18t; Kort Wayne. lOotj: Terre Haute, a; Term Haute preferred, 5; Chicago and 1 ton,75&i; Chicago and Alton preferred. 108; Ohloand Mississippi, llSfc; Delaware, Lackawanna and wes tern, 40; Atlantic and Pacific telegraph. .W4: Chicago. Burlington and Qulucy, 1 IHM; Hannibal and St. Joe. 14; Hannibal and St. Joe preferred, 42 Canada bouthern. HI; Central Pacltlo bonds, 1001,5; Union Paeilic bonds, 1004; Union Pacific land grants. llO'i; I'uion Paclhc sinking funds, 113. Ihe weather vesritny was as vanabl'! os the mood of a "noted behuty." Business on Front street was wit h"ut change that Is, quiet and oull. The Vint Sh nkle. from Cluclunatl, will arrive to day, and will iiave the honor ot bringing to this market the Urge-1 amount of ern consiijuea 10 any one house, acd that our asset t Ion may receive cre dence we give the firm and number of sacks: 5000 sacks to John K. Speed A Co. Quotation brlow an. rnr rounit lott at the landing aria lw 7y wrwui urj, r..,... afje.nloni'e. nor otfu r exfetuvt outside of Vie tore frriQU aiul chur'rx up to arrivitL Jobbing and store mile are al iighrr ratt, ax ttiey include dray one. nUrrage and pro.tit of the dealer. FEED. r iiark-t steady; sale of 4500 sacks helled, to ai rive, at 45c; lit store. 487oOc. Out last sale ot, to an ive, 400 sacks at 84c and 100 sacks at 8rtc; In Btore, H8?40c. .fcrim-tiood lnquby and llKht stock; last sale of. to arrive, 150 satks at $14 75. and 500 sacks at $15; In store, 80c per cwt; corn bran, SU 60S 10 per Ion. HayHo sales leported. FLUUK inii aiEAii. fiour Bupernne to goon family, )f'i 75r?5 55; fancy up to $d 25. Camiueal lu lair demand at 2 20 from mill. VEUETABLhss fooiioex-ian seed demand lor peachblows continues good; last sale of 125 barrels peachblows at S2 25. Green prax. 82 per box. Sweet Fotatoex scarce and higher, si 50S4. tstocc vtax. $1 36(21 50. Oio. Sa2a 50. Turnip, si a barrel, rarttmp. $3 a barrel. V irrol.t, S2 a barrel. llorxtrartiih, ,S5 a barrel. FKCITH Aimle In better demand but unchanged it 1 50tZ3 lu store Oratiae Mesalna. S3 Mfi 5. Lemons, AO. Kulx almo.'i.ls, . Tara- gora, 10c; Brazilian 8c; pecans, Texas. 107! lie; Dlberts, 14a loc, peanuts, reo. 4i,sc;wnii3, tic per pound: coco i, S8r?4 50 perhutuired. lyrifd.trtut apples, 3r7aVac; peaches, aVa'r 4c. Jlananax. $2fl 8 50 a bunch. KUtiS. Bl I rTRR. pollthy. Bqg were in goou demand and scarce ; selling nt 13 1 -tc, some few cases as hlgn as 15c. nutter oommon, 8?10c; medium, 12r?ltV;; choice western, 18720c; creamery, 2talH!. vmecens lew here, at 82 5ori .'1 50, from young to hens. Turkey, SI 8. Oer.sf.tf4rfi. Dueis, S2 75. lion PKOUUCT. Maiket strong ami tenoing upward, ltacon clear sides, packed. osVic; clear rib, packed, 5.toc: should-rs, 41,2c. or clear (iork sides, loose, 5sc; clear rib poik sides, loose, 5Uc; long clear pom Miles, loose. Rial: shoulders, loose. 4c: sugar-cured hams. wicked. 8lar20Uc: breakfast bacon, packed, 74s-? 7e; mess pork, 11(2 11 50. Lard tierces, i'v7 1I4C; palls, 74,(28C. , , , tiir.-ii jDEii.-. iseer lore-quaners, M'C-ic; htndu'iaiters. 5lrlc. aheep. oC a pouud. JJogs, cltj tires.std. 5(2 tic a pound. tiat'Ci-Kl-b. vottce, 1 1 vc tor oratnary, tiHctor fair, 15c for good fair, 1 Uteri 17c for choice, lea imperial, 35cr75c. Sugar raw Louisiana. tiUrT) 7e: cottee sugar, 14c; lump sugar, loc Molasses, H0(i40c, according to quality, tiice, 6X4730. Cheese. 7?8c a pound. MISCLl.4NKUUiS. Vider hair barrels. .-; barrels. 8 fidtU. J-'tnw medluiu navy, $1 v5 rrl 75 a bushel. aucoiiMig tn quality. StocKpeas. la store, SI 50 a bushel. Millet ste-rf-Uerman, In stare, 1 Ho a bushel. Kraut, tf8r per barrel; nail barrel, S I. ilutex- dry Hint. 12(7 13c; dry s ilt, 8(7 wc; green, 4c; green salt, 4tSc Tallow, oa He. Jier- wax, zouwc jouon-eea laxeu ny toemuis at per ton. Lune. 1 per biurei; Kosedale cement. SH 10r72 15: Louisville cement, SI 75. CAT ILK jiAK 1. r fey ct SL-iiiiiiiig, soutuern stockyard, Chelsea, report that receipts continue light, vaiiie cn.'iee 10 extra corn-iea na tives, 1000 to 1200 pounds. Vi2ne; good to choice butchers' steers, POO to 1 tot) pounds, 414ft 4V2C; good to choice corn-ted Texas. 80O to 10r0 pounds, 4 M i H40; lair to good corn-ted lexas c it ne, 800 10 1000 pounds, 31'4c; smooth fat corn-fed native oxen, 120Uto 1;00 pounds. Hl-jt 4c; ordinary and medium butcl ers' cattle, oo to I0IHI pounds, 2lr--iuc; inferior una ttini came, an descriptions, l22c; calves and yearlings, per head, Jsjir8. Jtog.i nest putcners selections, i;u to 200 pounds, MtadS⁣ wjonu duality, 150 to 250 pounds, 2i4 314c; common am, roigh. all weigips, Ztie; mast-fed, U7ic olf regular price, suep iuNl to choice mutton graces, 00 to HO pounds. 4t dUc: medium to good mutt in trades, 80 to W p. ,nn. y;U(?4tac; Inferior and common- per head. 81r22. BT TELEGIUPBA LOUISVILLE. April 10 Flour firm. Wheat dull; red and amber, tfl21 03 Corn quiet but Qm; white, asc; mixed, inc. oats easier; winie, . ic; mixed. 2 He ttye iirra, 04c. tiay uuu, ?na in. I'ork Urnier, Slo 75(7 11. 1 ard Uimei ; choice leaf tierce, 7WU7jC; keg, 8l4(76i,sc. liu.K meats te.a 'y, 8s. 5, olC Hacvu stu.idy; -4ty. &is. om Sugar-cured hams, HisfOc- Wh.sk steady, SI ui. CiMCINNATI. Aorll 10. Flour dull. Whe.it dull and nomtual ; good to prime red, SI rrl 05. Corn quiet btit firm, 3i?S8C. Oats demand lair auu market tlrm, 20r32c Kye demaiid f tlr aud mar ket hrm, 5rt(75Hlsj Barley quiet. Pork In lair demand, but at lower rates; tf!0 25 bid, 10 50 asked. Lard dull aud prices a shiue lower; cur rent make, H22l-.c. Bmk meats tiuil aud lower to seP, 3.H0rf 4.8,ioc Bacon quiet, 4ty(6tti(25A8C Whisky steady, with good demand, M ul. 3T. LOUIS, April 10. Flour dull and tending downwartl. Wheat weak for casu; opiiotis uiijetlleo, lluctuated a good deal, b:it closed Hrm; bo. 2 re-i lall, 1 02Vsal 02-s cash. Corn hrmer lur ca-h and easier ler fulur.s; .No. 2 unxtd, 33L4C c.sh Outs lnictive and Ioer; iVo. i.'o isi.Il nye quiet, 41SI4C Barley dull; prima to cao.ee. 5ui? H5c Hhlsky steady, fcl 04- Poik luactive and lower; jobbing, 10 3o. Lard nominal, rt.'oii' B.aoc, iwcordlng to location. B ilk meats nominal ,di J lower ; uo sales. Bacon easier; c;ecir 11 Lis, 0 35c. WE W YOKK. April 10. Flour superfine western and Suite. S3 tO( i liO. Wbeat very muderate trude; ungraded wt ter red, Slr2 t 14V2- itje dull; western, 68lrtnio0l,sc. Bailey raidet bat Meaoy. il.iit dull and miniuat. Corn quiet; u:. graded. 431s"d 46c Oats quiet; white, 33i,ai Hay uomluai, 4UdC 45c tolfee hrm. Sugar quiet; lair to good re hiiiug, Huo3. Mola-ses lu good demand at lull prices. K:ce ueuiand fair and market lirm. Pork dull, SO 37 tjif 0 40; old, $10 70. Laid-demand active; prime steam, 0 nOaH.HOC Whisky hrmer, frl 05t421 x-bl-i- CHICAdO, April 10. Siour dull anil droopli:g; spring extras, 1 1 254 50; chotca mixed, 54 7b; luw grades, $2u 2 75; lateuls, Sodrt; patent Min nesota, tf5 oOr8; winter extras, 54 25tt5 HO. Wheat active but weak and lower; Mo 2ihicug0 spring, freob, boUe; regular, W.a casu. Corn acl l.e out lower; lresu, 34c; leguiar, aoceash. Oats dull ar.d prices a aiiade lower, 21U2U8C casn. Kye quiet acd weak, 44u44tc Barij steely, H7c hoik good demand out at lower rates; siO 15c?j 10 20 cash, 10 1 71.ii 1 10 20May, tf 10 271-j.t 10 30 Jun-5. Lard lair demand but at lower rates; H.2212C cash, H.22t,a0f 25c Mny. 10 30Lll0.a2c June. Bulk meals inactive and lower, 3. i3.0oa 0.12VJC hlsky steady, SI 04. NEW ORLEANS. April 10. Flour superfine, S3; double extra, 3 75, r4; treble extra, i-4 25iro; 11 1 giier grades, S) 2mttl 12V Coin wal.e. 44t 4ic; yel:ow, 4'kt4iC. commcai, 52 nwj uo, tiay ordinary, SlOrr'12; prime, s-14; chuice, 51H. Poik quiet and weak; new, tflldll 25. Lard tierce, Hlirr71dc; keg, 7(i78C. Bulk meats-shoul ders, loose. 3 (-i.)C: packed. 3'ha4c; Clear rib. 5(2 5140; clear sides, &Vli 5 Bacon clear rib, p-Vjc; clear, 6T.sc bugai-cureo hums - cauvased. 8tf .V3-p hi lu size. Whisky westeru rectilied, Jfl Ooa I 10. Coffee Klo. cargoes, ordinary to prime, 1 : Ucr. l-Aic bturar comniou to go-.ru clhuiiiou. 4 V1U0140; lau 10 tuny lair, t4t,Uovac; ptime to cuoi,, tKHUt)'4c: yeilow cmrllled, H4i(T ,1,2c Molasses couiumu, 22 U23C; Ian, 24ttztic; prime to ciioico ZiJo.ro. Bice Loulslaua, ordinary to choice, OWa ic. 1K GOUiiS. lr TBLECR.iril.l NKW YORK, April lO.-Buslness light to-day owlug to stormy weather. Cotton goods were very hrm. but less active. Prints were in coou oeminu and llrui. Ginghams weie In tali request Dress.,oojs weie in modeiate demand. Light we ght cloth, n, woolens, quiet, but uvercostlngs were sought lor by clothiers, lorewn goods quiet. . NEtVS. KSver and Wtnther. Tho table and iispatches below crive iii. clal information concerning the weather aud rivers: orrmit sioNALSnnncir, H. S. Mmti-is. April 10, 18 JO. A., i Above lew Change. water. BTATIOH9, -! Aise i Kali Feet Inct es , Inches : Inches Cftlro Cincinnati. .... SO 20 3 4 ..... 15 .. . 4 12 4 3 1H Ho 8 11 Davenport Oubuuue. Hclvnu, Ark... Keokuk Leavenworth .. Little Rock.... Loulsv'lle 10 Urmnhls. . . 1 Nashville , New Orleans.. Pittsburg Shrevepoit..... rit. Louis Vleksburg Below hitch waler mark of lb74. LOCAL OB3KRVATIONS YR3TERDAY. 2 4 1 7 a ii :i" 4 d " ii 4 82 5 1 3 1 7 10 14 2 Time. Bar. Ther Wind. J" Weather. 7:00 am. 20.75 57 W. jClear. 2KH) p.m. vw.HH tlrt W. Cloudy. i:Ol p.m. 2W 78 rt2 W. I Clear. Maximum thermometer (17 deg. Minimum thermometer 54 deg. By Trkcraph, NASHVILLE, April 10. River rising rapidly, with 10 feel on the shoals. WHEELING (W.Va.), April 10. River 0 feet 3 Inches, and falling. Weather- showery. PITTSBURG, April 10. River rt feet 2 Inches, and stationary, weather cloudy ana mild. VICKSBURi, April 10.-River stationary; the gauge stands 3o feet 2 Inches. Weather clear; heavy rain last ingnt; thermometer, till ceg. Ar rived: City of Vleksburg, tt am. LOUISVILLE, April 10. -River falling, with 0 feet 4 Inches in me canat. w earner raining. Departed: Robert Mitchell. New Orleans; Cons Millar, Mem puis; J .tines u. farmer, Cincinnati. NEW ORLEANS, April 10. Weather clear; ther mometer, 73 deg. Arrived: lioideti city, Cincin nati; John A. ticudder. A. J. Baker and barges, St. I outs. Departed: V. P. Schetick, Cluclunatl; W. P. llallldny. St. Louis. Cairo. Anrll 10 Noon. Arrived: Paris C. Brown. New Orleans, 4 am. Departed: Paris C. Brown, ctnelnnatl. 5 a.m. Weather cloudy and cool Nlcht River 30 feet 2 Inches, and falling Weather cloudy; thermometer. 52 deg. Arrived: City of Alt in. St. Louis, tl n m. :Iron Mountain, St. Louts, 1 p.m. Depatted: Charles Morgan und Future City, New Orleans, 4 P.m. Moveuieors at tne Liver, ARRIVALS. Geo. W. Cheek. Friars Point; Maumelle, Arkansas river; City ot Helena, St Louis; Vint Shlukle, Clu- clnuail. DKTARTCRES. City of Helena. Vleksburg; Geo. W. Cheek, Friars Point; tiratid lower, tsu Louis. IS I'OitT. Maumelle, Vint Shlukle, BOATS DUE. 2iiich Charles Morg.m, O-ceola Belle, Shields. I'p Coahoma, josie uarry. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. New ORLEiNS-Charles Morgau, Alt Stein master. 10 am. Fuiaks PoiNT-Coahoma, Henry Cooiier master. 6 P-m. OsCKOLA-Osceo!a Belle, J. G. Andrews master. E P.U Keerlpts Veterday. Maumelle brought out of Arkansas river 84 bales colton, 1 22 sacks cotton-sed, 20 pkgs sundries. Ueorgo W. Cnt ek-44 bales cotton, 1 bag seed-cotton. 4H3 sacks cuttou-seed, 50 barrels oil, 48 pkgs sundries. City of Helens 1850 barrels flour and meal, 41 wet barrels, 702 sacks grain, 80 tierces lard, 71 casks bacon, 11 head mules, 14 bales cotton, 746 pkgs sundries. Vint bhlnkie 05H barrels flour. 525H bags corn, HO barrels marble dust, 200 empty oil barrels, 124 bales hay, 100 bags seed, 80 tlercss hams, 10 casks sides, HO tierces lard, 100 kegs shoes. 100 kegs nails, 300 boxes starch, 80 bags oats. 0 head horses, 400 grind-stones, 30 tons wagon stuff, 10 barrels whisky. 400 miscellaneous packages, 50 packages glassware. 100 boxes soap, 80 boxes canned goods, 100 packages furniture, 685 kegs and buc-ets lard, 10 Panels oil, 2H0 packages manufactured Iron. eve Pusgrapas, Business not worth Adam. Packets let r on time with seasonable trips. Hecelrrts by river yesterday were 143 bales cotton and 585 sucks cotton seed. C ipt.Un John B. Davis, the last captain of the Illinois, was In the city yesterday. The City of Helen passed south yesterday loaded Oat. discharging here 3515 packages freight. The Josle Harry will get In from White river to day, and returns to-morrow. Fill her up. che de serves It The General Plerson. tendered for the occasion. has the honor of the place as flagship .o the Boyton fleet to-day. Captain Malngault, of the Plerson, will stir him self to his utmost to-day to make ms guests leet comfortable. The Vint euinkle. Captain M'Intyre, will be found In port this tnornlrg receiving for the return trip to the Ohio to-morrow evening. The brand Tower added 12rt bales Cairo cotton as she passed up lor bt. Louis yesterday, bhe had another earzj of negro Kansas emlsiants. Tne Osceola Belle, Captain J. O. Andrews, Is the packet this evening at live o'clock for Osceola ana the tipper herds. (B. O. Michell Is her cletk, assisted hv Cvnis Fav and Al Soears. "Eveiy chunk Been Hoatlng down by the point yes- tera iy wis named Boston oy ine eager crowa wuieu turonged tne iivee jesieruay nouiug iu tfei a ueau bearl view of the world's great amohlbloslty. The Coahoma, Captsln Henry Cooler, Is the nacket this evening at fivfl o'clock for Helena aud Friars Pi Int. William Smither Is ber clerk, as sisted bv Fraek Ellison and PliU Bboades. - i-tMcu? of Heiana passed C iptaln Boyton at eight o'clock yesteroay m,,r, lug. at Bandolpb, floating down leisurely and comrortabiy. conversation was had with him, but nothing of Interest was obtained from mm. tn win arrive Here as ivrtUMU The splendid p.ssseujer packet, Ch tries Morgan. Captain Alf Stein on deck, passes town this morn- InK at ten o'clock for New Orleans and all Inter mediate landings. Henry W. Stein will be found In charge of her office, assisted by Adam Wayland and ew Hrannain. rv-sg It was rumored on the streets yesterdty that the Memphis and New Oileans pool line had been re organized tor two years, me line 10 De composed or tno t'hout- m. Frank. Richardson. Dean and J. M. wn le. the season win Degin about tne nrst 01 September. C-iptain Leatners's new steamer natcnez win eclipse everything that has yet been built In the snane of a new. comfortable, staunch and fleet steamboat While she will not be as gaudy as some boils, she will be unsurpassed fur speed and com fort. The coming Natchez will bs the "boss" on the river. Boats left St Louis during March for Ohio river with tae.se cargoes: Fannie Tatum, 3o0 tons; Thos. w. Means sb irges, UKoO; Montana,rl40; iron Moun tain's barges. 1100: Lone?s' barges. lt35: Alice, 105; Robin's baiges, uaU; btorm s barges, iazu; Lyoness' burses, 150?); Whale's barges, 2300; Cherokee. 525; L. L. Davis, 7o; Ironside s barges, lROO: Clinton. Mill and SO. Cairo Kulletut. Tuesday: '-During the Drogrcss of the dance on tne Olty or urcetiviiie, baturuay nignt. Miss Mollle Clark. 01 Missouri, ten over in a taint ing fit, nnd fomettme elapsed before she was re stored to consciousness. Dr. Dunning was called, and found the young lady so much prostrated that he rorbade her removal rrom tue boat during tne Eight. Accordingly she remained on board until . unday morning, lady friends kindly watching by her sirte until daylight, wheu she was sulnclenliy re cov red to be removed with safety." PUBLIC LAWS--BY AUTHORITY. Chapter 94. AN ACT to amend Section 4144 of the Code ot Tennessee. Section 1. Be it enarted tnj the General Assembly of tie Utate of Tejinexsee, That section 4144 of tiieCoiieof Tennessee be, and the same Is hereby 1, mended, so as to exclude ali parties rrom the ben- Ik of ihe oath altiwtrg poor persons to sue without n.vlnc security. ex ept resident citizens ot misstate. Sec. 2 Be il J'urther enacted That nil laws, and ptrts of laws, lu conflict with this act, be and they are here'.y reieiiled; and thai this act tase effect from and after Its passage, the public welfare re quiring It. sed siarcn 14. I8t. . r. (wwita, Speaker of the House of Representatives. J. U NEAL. Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 17. 187w. ALBERT S, MARKS. Governor. I. Charles N. Glbt , Secret-try of State of the State of I ennessee. certify that the above Is a correct copy of an act of the General Assembly of the Staw ot Tennessee, the original of which Is on hie In my ifllee. CUA3 N. uiuB-i, secretary of state. Chapter 05. AN ACT to thane the day In which the Criminal Docket shall be taken up lor Marshall couuty. Tennessee. Section 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the .-furY of Tennessee. That an act p-rssed March 1 877. entitled "An act to rei eal the act estab- il hlug a criminal court in the counties of W iillam son. Maury. Giles una Marsnau." De so atuenae that sect. on 5 of sa d act shall hereafter lead: That the criminal docket snail b taken up en the second Monday of the term of court. Instead or the lirst Thursday of the term, as heretofore fixed by t aid a t. and that thy sec ma Monday or the term shall be the day on which the criminal part of said term of court shall commence lor said Marshall rotiHtf hsr-aft'-r. btc 2. Be it further enacted. That this act take effect f xtm and alter Us passage, the public welfare requiring it. i-as.scu Aiarcn 14, lSiii. a. r. rirLM,3, bpeaker 01 tue House or tiepresenia-ives. J. R. NE4L. Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 17. 1870 Aiib.ai a .Attn. ouveriior. Charles N. Glbbs. Secretary .t Stale of the Slate of Tennessee, ceitify thst the above Is a correct copy .t an ac; of the General Assembly 01 tne state 01 Tennessee the original of which Is on tile in my odlce. CH AS. N. GIBBS, secretary 01 state. C hanter . AN ACT to Prevent the Sale of Pistols. Section 1. Be it enacted by Vie General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, That It shall be a mlsdo- mei or KT any pel sou to sen, or ouer 10 sen, or 10 li Ins intn the State for the purpose of selling, giv ing away, or otherwise tpose or dcii or pockei- nlstois. or revolvers, or any tner Kina oc ptsiois. exc-pt army or na y pistol; provided that this act shall not De enforced egainsi any person now naving license to sell such articles until the expiration ot such present license Sec 2. Be it further enacted. That any person gi,ilt of a violation of this act, shall be subject to presentment or indictment, ana ou couvicuuu, sumi pay a tine cf not less than twenly five, nor more than one hundred dollars, and be Imprisoned ut the dis cretion of the court S c. H. Be il further enacted, Tbat it snail oe tne clutv f the criminal and clicult judges, and ether Jung -s. whose courts have criminal Jurlsdlctirn, to g ve this uct sped tlly la charge to the grand Jury at each term of the court. .1 lie it furt asr enaclea . T nat it sna i oe tne duty of the g'and Juries io send for witnes-es. In ell cases when they have good reason to believe that the provisions or this act nave been violated: u;cn sar lsfacto y evidence ot its violation, tucy shall make nresentments of the ame without a prosecutor. Sec. 5 Be it further enacted. That all laws or parts of laws in cor fltct with this act be and the same are hereby lepeaie i. Sec. li. Be. it further enacted. That this act shall take .fleet from and after Its passage, the public weifate requiring it. Passed Man n 14, n. r. juwlkki, Speaker of the House of Representatives. J. R. NEAL, Speaker of the Senate. Appioved March 17, 1870. ALBERT a. MARKS. Governor. I. Charles N. Glbbs. Secretary of State of the State of Tennessee, certify the above Is a correct copy of an acl of the General Assembly or tne state oi in- tessee, the original of which won me in my oruce. UM Aa. is. til una, necrevary oi oistei TOBACCOS. DEALER IN Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes 17 31 AIX, Under H orsham House. 0 SlX'OMl, opposite Coart Sqnare. Sole agent for Stralton Storm's Capadnra and Cur Daddies Cigars. TRUNK FACTORY, TO 18 -AIN ST.. MfillPIIIS INCREASED facilities, and will sell home-made goods, wholesale and retail, lower than any house. -L-CT1UC BKlTig. ELECTRIC BELTS. A sure cure for Nervous Debility, Premature Decey Weukriess, Consumption, Liver and Kidney diseases General Debility, etc. The Only Reliable Cure. Circulars mailed free. Address J. H. REEVES : 4'ttnthnvn street. New York. 31AJlHilVr-S LJiWtS THO-LcVS, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. IS1 LACKSMiTHTNG Ot - all kinds, copper i and Sheet Iron Workers, r Mlinn Attain Sr..' near tne river, MEMPHIS Tenn., All work done promptly, day or night. Teams cash. Residence, No. PI! Promenade. Our shoo will be ooen aaiiy rrom tuts aato, oil cr- oe-s ror worn will be promptly attnoea io. Wntter t R. Iw7j HHW TROMAP. Help the Suffering Hungarian! University of the Citt of New Yorh, i Maich 2rl. 1878. S MESSRS. EDITORS There Is al re-id y great in- VI ter-st shown In Eunpe In behalf ot poor flooded tfeuedln. In Hungary. Yesterdavs papers report i PtJJ suoscriDeu toine unnston House runa in London. We Arr.erlcias, mways sympathizing with suffering human ty everywhere, should oertalmy hiuirii to add to tne nunineror szegeam s nenetact- ors. We tnererore respecituuy Deg you io notice me f ii'-t that his tionor auwaru i-ooper, ayor or iew York has consented to receive su 'S-'rtptions for the relief ana destitute auu u"iiBrmjs auuerers oi oieg iuln HOWARD CROSBY. SAM'L M. HAMILTON. GUSIAVCa ALEXY. P.E.HOPKINS&CO. (Successors to Stewart & Doheity,) 111 POKTERB AM DK tLKUis IX AND FANCY GOODS, 2! 3IA1RT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OK I) E BIS PROMPTLYATTESHEBTO tWOOOD frKNT C. O. D.ff3 i;OCKltlKS, ETC. We Iiaye couclntted lo dispose of onr Entire Stock of FiNtY and iNTA"!,! (iltOiJEIIIEH at Vosz for the next Stixty Iaj h. in order to make room for a Large and Fresh &tock of Tobaccos, Cijjar, Wines and Liqnors 20,000 POUNDS S. C. CANVASED HAMS. 1-0,000 lbs. CLEAR RIB BACON. 25,000 lbs. CLEAR RIB PORK 300 packages LARD. 500 barrels FLGUP. 150 bags COFFEE. 40 bags GOLDEN RIO. 50 half-brls Choice Molasses 100 brls Fair to Choice do. IN STORK AND ARRIVING. TOGKTDES WITH A FULL LINE OF Tobaccos, Cigars, Wines, Liquors, rarruiy -and Plantation Sup- P31 1 -A n- IfnnAwikllit ica ubuci auti tBuyers will s-erve their own Interests by slvlnz our Stock an examination. J.J.BUSBY&CO. I! N i t;TA K B5St. J. 'FL A.HEETY Sl CO I N DE KTA a E nr. And Mauufacturers of Flaherty's Patent rreserrins Casket or Corpse Cooler, 317 and 3tH -KCO.M NT., SIEMFB1S WE keep on hand ful lines of Metallic Solid Walnut. Rosewood Finished Caskets and Cases, trimmed In the highest style of art. Orders nv yiwii or 1 eiffmpn win rr.romttiy nnd.tr. t 'TEAK D.F.UavanaghSiCo. DEALERS IN CHOICE TEA AND SPICES! lava. 3Ioeha and Bio Coffee KoaHted Dally. "Mo. 369 Main Street. 1UBL1CAT1N. r Fti i.ociGr.i:, i.l nr.rit .in :t:-i ImnlM, 1 armers :ml .tleeli:iiiies.Aa ii irig rules fir e lnict liicasurein.nit of Scant ling. I? c.r.ls. r:.mk. Cubical Contents of Squaro and II.'iir'ilTimrier. a-L;j3b7D:7h'5E':'.8. htavo and Howling Bolts, Wood, Tables of Waes by in. null. Itiiiird or Rent bv the week or day. Ca'pac iry of Ciftenis. Interest Tablis. tc. ily J. M. Serilmer. I'.r innil. postage pit id. on rei-eipt of 35 cents. CI'RT'IS CO.. fell A;Si3 N.2d.-ft.,s-U Louis. PROSPECTUS. i n owara as; REPORT, NOW ready for the Printer, will contain Full Re ports of all Officers of the Association, with a List of over Five Thousand Citizens of Memphis who died during the Eptdemlj of 1878. Also contain Lis of the names of Contributors of Donations, both in money and supplies, received from the generous public of 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 book 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. l'UICli, B OU. Delivered April let; Orders will re ceive attention if sent to Howard Association, K0. 10 MADISON STREET, Moixiriiis. Tonn. STEAMS 13 1 VS. LINK UNITED STATES AND ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, Sew York to ((aeenstowa A liiverpool Evertj Thursday or Saturday. City ofBertln, 5491 tons. City of Montieal.4490tns I'ttv of Uiehmonri. 4.K07 Citv of Brussels. - 8775 City of Chester. - 45rit) City of New York.-8500 These maiiflcent steamers are among the strong est, largest and lastt on the Atlantic, and have every mosiern approvement, Including hot and cold water and electric belts In staterooms, revolving chairs In saloons, bat-i and smo ,tng-rooms, barber shops, etc. For rateeot Litoiaae aoa otner lnrorma tlon, apply to JOHN , KSS Agent. 31 Broadway, New York, or to iot. r isu. uuusEANutLE8. W. A. F AIRES, (SUCCESSOR TO I. B. AND W. A. F AIRES.) Dealer In MULES and HORSES, 5.1 Cnlon St., Near Postoffiee. A GOOD selection of all classes of Horses and MhIm cnnstantlT on hand. Everything sold by me guaranteed as represented. Orders solicited MILLIilHYI I CASH ONLY Bros COFFEE! A. TACCAKO. 6. VAC-ABO. A. B. TACCABO. A. VAOOABO & CO., EKFOBTEF-S AM) BEALERS 19 WINES, IiIQUOBS & CIGARS, jFptfTit street, Mempfiis. Ho pi mi IN- ORIENTAL FOULARD SILKS I DAMASSEE SILKS, WATERED STRI LD SILKS, SATIN STRIPED SILKS, LYOXS BjACI: SII.X-IS, 20L-kCI: ANI COLORED SATIN S. 'lain Silks, ftew Colors IN POMPEII, CaMLPA?!, PALjIYKA. KEjIIEK. ETC. This comprises the largest line market, and will be sold B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. a i Mw wa t Ji mt mm ?"" R. VI. DRAKE c& CO. ?tf rnnioii 271 Slain, J. C. "Ward's Old Stand, Piece Goods in Store suit Haue to Order Quality of Goods and Fit Guaranteed. Elegant SPRING SUITS ARRIVING DAILY ALL AT LOWEST PEICE8 FOR CASH C C FEAECK, ri. 1 f res sn-rrz m iii a - An s it P E-: ' tl J: Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 25fc FrGnt street, Memphis, Terns, it. T. PORTER. W. F. "fiOnON FACTORS No. 300 Front Street, between 1 ison nrd Hon J, T FAR j A SOX WHOLESALE and Cotton rocers 369 Front ar, tl 32 CSinton His., Memnliis. W. K. UALUKE ATM. J. ill. W. E. Balhreatli & Po. Cotton II Union street, -empliis. 1BP.TH I' OK THE rEI.EJRATED M. Uavln John M. Malli van. M. TT1 U V JL. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors, And Commission Mi rcliants, q.tq Tr-r--T-t: stroot. Between Adam Our MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes his wnole time our charge. We have our own cotton wareuouse. comer iuiiikwii jcw""- ANDREW bTEWAKT, Sew Orleans, AIV'UKBW WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 35G sfil 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. - Stewavt Brotliers & Co, Cotton Factors and New Orleans, l.onisiana. HILL & MITCHELL, WHOLESALE AND MEN'S, WOMEN'S No.. and 324 lain utreet LKS! SILK S! POLKA DOT FOULARD SILKS ! BROCADED SILKS, FANCY STRIPED SILKS, SILKS FOR VESTINGS, AFGHAN, CAPCCIN, of Silks eyer brought to this at exceptional low prices. b. suess. 4 i 1 lAYLOll W. MA.CR E. rets - Ilemphi. r o I runw ontno! jL. JASA. HL'AT. C. C.Hb:i. Factors O l.M. frCJ. ?V. J.tKAWKOKll. Factors, CHASl - MON COTTOS WIS " "U Titos. Clark. 31. J. Clark. " o. 5.oix.-i1ljb, Tonn. ti and Jefferson. to the weighing ana sale or an cotton intrustes to t. WWYSSF, Met ph. Is. H. HA ii LKY. Slempbta AND 3 Commission Merc faiants, DEA'ER3 IN AND CHILDREN'S HATS, Mempliis, Tennessee o JEWELRY. WITH O. A. BESS AC, 265 MAIN SrUELT,Cor.COUUT, ME3iIIS - - TEI MSEE. A LARGE LINE OF NEW GOODS! Watches, Jewel r y, 1) ia moixl Silver ware, French Clocks aud Fancy Goods. JOBtfEU OF Br?Repalrlng of Watcrirs. Jewelry and Clocks promptly atteinien ro.ae; COTTON G I A'. The Brown Cotton Gin. Clean the Seed better, Bum Urhtcr, ln Faster, and eonts 1cm money tkaa any ather H la In the aiur keu Erery nuubJ Ih fatly ul legally a-aaraateed. These machines are made of the bert matcrinls, and the workmanship and finish are um soiled. Has been awarded premiums at fill the Stii v..im, Georgia Alabama, Tex, on. etc Pi-ire List, vr at, Feeders and Condensers. Payable daring the Cotton Season. s Jiamm,"r'j Slv PriofGl. Self-Kdine Au JfLj'" "30SW 75.00 $ 97.ii0 $120.00 3". " K.50 113.75 140.00 4.1 " 100.00 130.00 lr-'.'.OO 45 " 110.00 141.75 173.25 6D " 120.00 1S2-50 1S5.00 60 " 130.00 176.00 2.12.00 70 " 140.00 12.00 2.11.(0 80 " 160.00 2O3.O0 2.u0 Boxed ready for shipment and delivered at onr factory. Special terms to cash purchasers, bena for c ire nlar containing tis-timoui:ils from over two hnndrea uve pi inters, wuo uuuuw iuibcui,ui machines laet treason. From 1RI3 to la"S we mannfactrired Gins at ryot- vmb'U, G'Oi nia, under the firm name or . T. TAT ion & Co., r:t'tcnvards Clesoks, Bbowk A Co., and made wnat was men o u me ieimuu. During the year 1358 we r-moved to this plucc, where we hnve been exclusively encaeed In manu- fncturing Gins ever since. W ithlong experience, tho best labor Having machinery, and skilled worn. men, we possess ndvantiges oy n"y other mannfacturer In uur line for producing tho best vt ork for the least money. rreses. Enirlnes and complete outfit furnished w hen de.-iri d. Address KROffX COTTOX tJIS CO., "ew London, Conn. 31 1 J K Ia Ia X Ji VAt IS. TIMELY NOTIC S the season for the purchase or baeglng Is ap l. proaciilng. the notl e of merchants and others Is called to the following reg .latlon of the Cotton Exchange: " All cotton bales covered with bagging comiosed whoily or In part of material which, when wet, stains the cotton, or Is piled with unrotted sblves or splinters, shall be conslderrd unmerchant able, and sutject to rejection, at theoplionof the puronaser." Wig Phillips, Wm. Bowles Sons. Benjamin Babb, Watson 4 Hlil, A A. faton Co , Hartinus A Co., S B. Catver Co., J. Rleser, J H Cohen A Co., W. A. Goodwjn. Wm. Krolich 4 Co., C P, Curtis, George Winchester, G. Kalis A Co., E. Hobart t Co . Townsend. Wotdley Co. A. M. Scarborough fc Co,, A. M. Ag-laslo. VonGnndell Majhoff, R. A. fcpieerCo., B. Bayliss Co. The H amburg-JIdgdel.urg Fire. THE above-named company, of Hamburg, Ger manv. began busines in the Eastern and West ern Lepartuieiits U. ri. A,, in September, 1iH, and since that time, hRsrecivea in premiums m.-i.whj. Tne company has a paid up capital amounting to SrtaS.lXM). and assets 17i,0lW: total, SM.iO.nOt). Its deposit In the bt;.te oi r.ew iontis ; asu vwi. it.4 risiss In this country wlil be proiecied by the old Mag'leburg Fire I surance Comtmny, whose Income dining the year lx7 amounted to over .000.000; also, tiy iheM.igrieburg Re Insurance ComwiCy and the Magdeburg General In-mance Company The combined asets of tne turee eimiKtiues la-i-namea amount lo SI 5 .5M2.VM. Tuis protection Is in ad itlt'cn to that fumlsiied b the canit il and a-s-ts of the Hsn bure-il g.'.eburg. 1 tils iacl. nn tener Hlly knonn. cannot fhil io atttact t the company a lloeral snari oi parrrjnaue in Ameriea. i ue c iii riany will ls-ue policies ot Incttiaiii-'e on a.l clasps of Insurable propeity. MIKll k rilrtsii, AEenis, No. 2'.1 JIaiu street. Memphis. Tf nn. r S f m T"' anr ea. of tit. '.-inff. "r Lice: teJ I'lCilS Uiat lie-Isinic M I ile Itemeity roi.t-f , i-c i cn,- r onTft-ia-initial t f-tk..-rti:nnry ci-c in 3 drnjnrir J. P. Mrun.&l.I. 416 fSpmce tt., Phil., Pa-, f rrtm-i j TiT. A ma. (ha in nl 1 d '-4.es. Call or wnta. all I'ALTION llro; ramrr on DO on ooine i" v , " i" Haclt.luu I'hilcUljJiia, 1&U, tterwik onm oiAer jMIWKi :'ri Main street. G. W. JONES ft CO . Airent- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Board of Finn and Polks Commissioners, ERS, j t70 ) Taxinu-Distkut. Snelbv cr.untr. Tenn.. April 1.18 SEALED PKOP'SA LS will be receive.! tirin until Wednesday, uiritn ot A: rr. at 12 o'clock in.. for the following work to be done and servl e to be rendered the Tx'ng-DlsMci : To do the SJAV KNUStt WORK for the balance of the present fiscal year, with the privUe :, u the pait of the Commis sioners, of continuing th contract, if made, for a lonzer time, or also tit numg n upon giving t ltu ren I days notice. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. B order or tne Board. lots. . ruL,ri, secretary. Board F. nnd P. Commissioners. S. Farriss & Co. (Colored) Undertakers, A T AVCF ACTURK R S of different patents cor. G iyoso nnd Desoto ss . Menu his. We keen on band full lines of solid walnut nnd rosewood, fin Ished in all styles. Orders by mail promptly at tended to. nnd filled C. . D i3?v"SC8IlkriA FlSftr. ijujit ms Sfihui clks or seminal we.thness. Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excels. Any dru-gt-1 has tne nigra dlenta. DH jAtjUES & CO.. 131' Wem Blxth rrrt. Cinclnnntl. rH Pr.r.r.i Viva , rnltuly .-lu-.r.-l r.1 l-eiti C;rt-s f.i-niB cf F17I::Tt3, a EAU ie,i a.n;l In. poieixc y. ei ii-.atori- . 1 ! T of I A, of i ,-t ci rr:--' ;.: nullj- .- ,r !. j tr-!u u; ; t; Gonorrhea . SlTi;;.:.-. fccii:ii . Tttlu'a f l-Uj.Ui.-ii, : . J;s .i.s ;s n .-' cttrrd. '. ?ii;i:t". lt.rT.V(1f 19 :i . ."!:i!i!v l-j r M or ( xo'r- C u res Cr a. Xiiii '.ecu iii all Cauei tmt2ert.vkei. , v it,, t..L-i.;..i.'h.5 ; "i-.-nri'lv or l-y letter fry an-l itivlit, f.ir.--t r,-.-.f'.m;'.c uul c- rt.-pt- tlrc. cTrntly c.UL-iua- ?rJVAT COUNSELOR V I K 1ST A Ik K It. Undertnkrr, Vn 5tt( Mr-o '1 utwet. I'lintnfw INSOI.TESCY. Insolvent Notice. ALL persons Paving claims again -t the tst?.te of C. M Williams are h-reby notified to appear Hrd file the same, authenticated In tne manner pr-?- scrlned by law. on or before tMe 1 oth dav of July, 1k7m. in the Pr( b ite Court or bneiby ciunty. Ten nesee: nnd anv claim imt fl'ed cn or hefoie said day or before an nppir ipintinn of the funds of the ePitel made, t-nan o pirever parr;a, outn in law andeoulty. March 20, J 870. M. A. WILLIAMS xlmTor J. t. Williams. Flnlay I erers. Attorneys. f'l Iutol Vt'Ukt Noliett. rTHK Insolvency of tne estate of Cms. Kortrexht. L .e ilei-ensed. having be n sn g-st . nonce n ow by slven for all persons having claims against s.-ttn e-rtaietoniip-nrHinl tllethe same with tne Clerk of the Cout tv Court ai.lheniic-rted in tii manner pre- sell be-1 bv law. on or oe ore inn , n.K.-r. IN7U and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropriation of the funds of said estate is nrwt, mian ii mreiei barred MKS. AUtiliSTA KORTRECHT. Craft uoo-"- mm DiSPESSAUY. Dr. D. S. tloliiison's So. 17 3YT7ZRS0S STKEET, Hetwei 3t alo aad Front. Slecapbii KK TALIiffaD Iff 18(i0. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all parties lr bnested as by tar tn most eucce-shil physictsn In the freatmeiit of private or secret d seases. Quick lliotougb ana permanent cures guararfed In eveif cse, mr.le or female. Reicent cases of Gonorrbi n and Sjptiiils cured ic a few days, w'thO: t the use tl mercury, ciane of diet, or hindrance from boslnea. Kecomiary r-Jvphllls, the Inst veju'.ye eradicalisd will . out the u of raern'ry. Involuntary loss of sen t n ennpiitJ in a sho t lime. Cn.Wera trorn impoTerty or losr of hesu.il lowers resrorert to ftee vigor 1c a t-"f weeks. Virtisni" of seif-obuse and eices e Ter.ery, sufJering from spermatorrhea and loss of physicnl and mental power, reUly and perrxe nently cirred. Farticulr-.r attention uald to the Deseases of Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat ani Lung Diseases cured by new remldles Piles and old sores cured without the use of eaos tic or the knife. A tl consultations strietly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parts of the coun try.' OrTice hours from 8 a. m. to 0 p, m. Sundays froia f" P urr. n. a. wiUNgpy. M.T) "TKl .ST K K N4L I0J. rsiBlT .!,:.- -By Ytnue if the iow- 13 ers conferred upon me by two certain deeds In trust executed to me b) Phebe A. Rl) er and Isttac 8. Riker, one of d tte July 5, 1S77, and the other De cember 24. 1S77. and recorded respectively In Deed Books No. 1 1. page 117, nnd No. 121. page 40rt,of the Register's ofiice of fcbeiby county, to secure the payment of a certeln tndeUednes fully set forth In said deeds, default having been maae In the terms thereof, I will, on Tnetfay, prll itO 17. Rt lo o cloek a.m.. at the southwest comer ef Main and Madison ftr-ets. In JItmph's. Shelby county, sell at nubile auction, to the highest bidder, for Ci8h, the following d'scribed rtal estate situated In Shelby county, near the (late) city of Memphis, to-wit: The north half ot lots 1 ti. 3 and 4 ot Mitchell's sub ulvlslon.of part of lo8 of W. Williams's sub tlvl slon: Beginning ata point 1-JK feet east of the east line of LauirerdMle street aud 70 feet south of the center of Broadway street: running thenc -wrrrtip 1H4 fori to nn avnw n d tn northeast cor ner or lot No. 1 ; thence southwardly with ssld av enue 74 feet: ti.ence wesiwarcly nt right angles to said avenue, 14 feet to lot ho. 5; thence nortnward lynlth line ot said lot No ft 74 feet to ti e begin ning. Ail right of redemption expressly waived in said trust deeds. Till- believed to be good, but I seii and convey only as trustee. AMOS WOODLUKF. Trustee. T. W Hampton, Attorney. thnK ( rT.;'s s i.k B virtue of the pow era conferred uron E bert Wonldridve and bis successors in office, by a deed In trust made by J. J. Sears and Florence Fears, dated August 8. 1874, and of record in Book No. 102. page 470. cf Regis ter's office of ghelhy county, to secure the payment of a certain Indebtedness fully des-rtbed therein, default having been mode In the terms and condi tions thereof, the nnd- rsigned. successor to the aforesaid E. Wooldrldge as truster . will, on Tb. dav, April )W. lS.O.at 10 o'clock am. sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for rash, the following described reai estate situated In the (late) city of M mphls, in rihelby county. Tennessee, to wlt: One-third of li-t No. 14, In block No. 41.aouth Memphis: The whole of .-aid lot No. 14. havl.ig a front of 75 feet on the west side of Causey street, between Vance and Elliott streets, and tunning back 20-1 leet, more or less, to Bayou Gatcso. The sale will ba at the sontuwest corner of i!aln and Madison ftrefts, in Memphis. All rlsrhtot edemptlon, etc., expressly waived. Title belteve-1 to be good, but 1 sell and oouvey only as i rust en Aiiu-i woodruff, Trustee. J W.Ham -ton. Attorney. raitl'ia't ;k' i-AI,k Bv virtue of t' e powers - eonfeTed upon Ben May and his successors In office as trus ee. by a deed In trust made by Sarah F. Carruthers and J. S. ( arruthers, dated August 12, ll-7f. and reeorded In Ded Bot k No lf,8. page 72, In the Iteglster'8 office of Shelby eminty, to secure the patNient of a certain Indebted1 ess fully de scribed In said deed, default having been made In the terms nnd conditions thereof, the undersigned successor cf Ben May, as trustee a oresaid, will sell, on Tai-siliij. pril iiO l!79, at 10 o'clock a.m., at the southwest corner M-nn and Maiilson streets, in Memphis, at public, auction, to the high est bidder, for cash, the following described real estate situated In tte (la e) city of Memphis, Shelby county, t -wit: Part ot lot No. 12 In block No. 8t" In South Memphis: Beginning at the northeast cor ner of L Martin and Ponto'oc t tree Us, running thence northwardly with L Martin street f feet tj a stake; thence eastwardly. parallel with Pontotoc street 150 feet; thenca southwardly, parallel with SL Martin tiet 58 feet to n stake In the line ot P.mtotoc street; tbence westwarxtly 150 feet to the beginning. A'l right of reimi tlon, eic .expressly waived In said trust dee u Title believed to be tood, but sell only as trustee. AMOS WOODRUFF. Trustee. J. W. Hampton. Attorney. ry rt L' s. i' tc .". MtkK. By vntue of the power - coriferred up'n me by a deed In tru-t made by Ben May and D. A. May, of date February 12, 187rt, and recorded In book No. 110, psge 37rt. In the Register's office of Shelby County, to secure the pay ment of a crialri indebtedness therein fully set forth, cefritilt having be-n made In the terms there of. I wl'.l, on Tor-uny, April S 17. at 10 o'ciork a.m., at the southwest corner of J.aln and Madison s. reels. In Memphis, In said county, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, lor cash, the following described real estate, situated about 2la miles east of ihe (lap-) city of Me nphis. 'n t-helby c unly, to wit: L ts Nos. 14. IS. 1 . 17. IS. Is. 20, 21 , i2, '-':?, 24. 25. 'M ;-nd 27, & d 4SHs leet off the south side of lots fcos. 18 and 28. as s dd lots are known and Ikiu down on the plan of B. Graham's eu: ivistnii. in booK 4.-. jvtce Ken-ter' othce or said court y. b'g ninng at the southea.-t comerof lot No. 20. F0 fe t from the ccn'er ot the M. and C. rall- ro d. on ti;ewe-t side of Borland uvenue; thenca nortu 45 degrees we-t wttu said railroad fe-t to a sthke en the east ptde of Florence avenue; thenoo ninth with said avenue 43H feet to a stake.; thence ea-t 410 feel to Borland avepue; ttieriee south with west slue of said avenue 843 teet to the beginning. Al-o. lots Nos- K. 11, 12. 2. :). 31 and 32. and fillip feet off ninth side of lots 13 and 28 of said B. Graham's subd vl-lon. Imtrtl-g west on rlorence avenr e. easi on Boiland avenue, and lying mi lb of nnd sdj-'ining the l"ts first nanied. All rght of re dtmpltiinwaiviHi In said deed of trust. Title believed to be good, out i sen anu convey otuy as trustee. i.ui i i aoil,, lrustee. J. W. HpiptQ-1, Attorney I rutitee's aJe. BY virtue of a trust deed to u. executed, and re corded In the oflice of lh9 egister of ShelD? -ounty. Tenn., In boo 10;t, pae 253, made by I) E. Palmer and wlf, forths purpo-eof sctj Ing the Indebtedness tfieieia named, and which not havlna been paid. I will, ou Natnrday, April 19. 1879. within legal hours, ht the reuuest of the beneficiary In said derd. at the soutuwest corner or Main ana vlndlson streets. In Memphis. Shelby county, Ten nessee, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the fc-l - loi: g pioiierty. sltuaied In Shelbr coui.ty. State t t Tfrniessee. aud described as follows: A certain tract or parcel of land In civil district No. two (2) In said count? and bounded as follows, to-wit: On tLv north I y the lands of Jsmes Paine and Thomas tl, Moore; on the east by the lands of Mrs. M. B. Sav age and W. T. Nelson; on the south by the lands cf w. T. Nelson and l). u. Nelson, and on the west by the lands of A. W. Nelson and James Paine, sui posed t." contain alsmt fire hundred (500) acres. It Is stipulated in the deed that io event of sale, all eqtiltr of lei emptlon Is waived, and that the pur chaser shall have absolute title In fe Mtnple. r. w. WH.LI litsi N, jr.. Trustee. I runlee's Wale. B1 Y virtue of the terms of a trust deed executed by the under-lgi ed on the 2Sth day of Decem ber. 187fi. by AUiU-tusC. (ienetie. Roxana J. Mad- d na.i.l her husband, Cornelius D. Ma.iden. duly registered in the r gisters oilier or bneiby county. letin-ss:e. in deed biok ll-. pi'.ge M21. to secure the indebtedness therein describes!, 1 will, on .(...xlav, April let, Is7, Ht the courthouse or SbeiOy county. Tennessee, sell lor cash, al 12 o'clock m.. to the highest bidder. free from redemption, ihe property therein de scribed as follows: Situate lying and being In the city ( f Memphis, county of Sheiby, State of Ten nessee, to-wit: Beginning on the north side or Robe ;on street (HHl) one liur.dred teel from Its In tersection vith Jones avenue; thence easlwurdl with north line of Robe-on street (SO) fifty feel taence noituwardly (ISO) one hundred and fitty feet; thence vtestwardly parallel with Robeson street (Si) i fifty feet; thence southwardly (150) one hund-ed and fifty feet tj the beginning. Bolng lot lot (.!) nine, block (rt). f ix Bradtora's subdivision of counti (514) lot live hundred and louneen. To such tru-t deed so recorded, special reference Is here made. Tl; lo believed to be good, but I sell and convey only us trustee. W. C. M'CLURE, Trustee. Wricht Koikes, Attorneys. BY virtue of the terms of a tru't deed executed to tne undersigned on the Ittth day of December. 1875. by Eraslus Marshall ard Anna R. Marshall his lte. duly registered In the register's office of thelby county, Tetrnessee, In deed bix k 10W. page 8(4, to secure the Indebtedness therein described, I will, on Monday-. -pril SI. 1M79. lit the eourtbo-se of Shelby county, Tennessee, sell for cash to the highest bidder, free from redemption, the piv(itrty therein described as follows. Situate lying and being in the city ot Memphis, county of fchelby. State of Tennessee, to wit: Lot No. 108. block 17. on the plan ot division of the compro mise additions to the city or Memphis, fiontlng (25) . tut; -live teel on the north side ot Adams stoeet teiweeii Prom Row and the river: running back (148t'2) uuo houuird o.i rortT eight and a half feet is tween parallel l:ncs. lo jutu ku. o an recorded, stieclal reference ts here made. Title believed to be good, but I sell and convey as trustee only. W. C. M'CLURE, Trustee. Wright A Folkes. Attorney. rliKCsiTKK'M HALK-By virtue of two deeds in trust made and executed by John J. Sears and lorenee Sears, one to Kgbert Wooldrldge and his successors In office as trust re, dated October 18, 1874. and recorded In Book No. 1 0 i, page Briit. ot Ret Is. er's ofiice of Sh Iby county; theothe- to Ben May and his sucs-.ots as tntstee. dated May 20. 187rt, and recorded in Book No. 11 2. page 204, of said Register's ctllce. si-Id rieerls being made lo se cure ceitatu indebtedness fu'ly described therein, and default having bef-u made In the terms thereof, the ut derrl;r.e.. -uccesscr In ofiice, as trustee to the aforesaid, v.i.1. on ruesany, April , lHvt. nt 10 o'clock a m , at the sxilbwest comer of Main and Msdison streets, lu Memphis, snelby county, sell, nt public auction, to the highest brdder, for cash, the following described leal estate situated In s-tid county, anr-nt iw miles fast of the (late) cl y of .Memphis, to wli: lot No. 2. of subdivision of lands of the estate ol Mrs. C. C. Tucker, deceased: Begin ning ou Ihe south side ot Union avenue, at the northeast corner of lot No. 1 of said subdlv slon; thence with said avem e westward 8 1 8-1 00 chains to the west s de of Rembert avenue; tlienea s uttiward with we-t side of last named avenue 8 30-100 chains to northeast corner of lot No. H; Ihence westward, at right aim es with Rem he I avenue, 8 chains to the f-outheasl corner of lot No. 1; thence nortu with line of lot io. 1, ) 28-100 chains o the beginning containing 7:!-10 acres. Ali right of recempilon expressly waive l. Tlt:ebeleved to be good, but I sell e.nd conve only as trustee. A Mo WOODRUFF, Trustfe. J w rTirr.T.r'1 At'-.Tliei It A ! K fit f : 1T MAI. K, Baukrnpt Sale. In the matter ot tt.e .-omueni Litis Insurance Com. pan. Bankrupt.. BYvlitueof "t.o derot sale made by the Circuit Court of tlielililte l S ates Western Dlstilctof T r nessee. v.f will srii, hi puh.lc auction, in iront of the prenfrses, on Uvuday, April 14, 17, at 11 o'cloi iv ,m u4 day. t:re bu lulu.: Ktiuwn as the Carjl.n.i In-ui -ti.te BinMing. No, 4U Maolson, lw kjP B:.ick. Merot hls. TeunesMfs, and now occupied by the .'nein.ihis Ga-Ilut d m;miji. : Terms of .-ale One-fourth ash; balance In six and twelve mouth-., wiiu approved security, and a lien retained tor unpaid puichuse money. The linpioveiuenu consist cl n four-story brick building, the upper portion psrtloned luto rooms, suitable for offices i r sleeolng-roonis. O. WOOLDRIDQK and C. T. PATKRSON, Assignee,