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THE MEMPHIS r.XJL,Y APPEAL-WEDNESDAY. A.PJRJLXu 30 1879
ULUO ID TIStE-TABLES. aiSTllle and AaiihTllle and Ureat riDathrrn. LJ14VK. AKlU ess.dMly 11.50 p.m. 5:00 p.m. i.daPy 8.00 a.m. 8:16 a.m. wnavlll- Aocorpraodat'n if (expert f un.tHT"'. .. 4:15 P.m :i Siiinia, Expiess runs ouly to M'Keuile, cou ;inic for Nasbvliie. I p in n Mo and rn l-toa. LkAVK. AHHIVH. lKvpreM Traln.dnTly 12ruldnlg't 11:40 a.m. iwvllie Accommodation Ulv (exoent 3iimUvj:jLM.0g nm- " 10 a. m. !tl iwwlfl-Pr "' Tenwexwee. i-lt.VK. AHK1VK. i Orleans Mall, dally... 8:10 p.m. 10:15 a.m. u Aixiimni'Ml'itiou.ual- exce:t Suutlarsj. 5 0J p.m. 8:45 cm. -ni and Acitmii:o'l n, : tly (ex.-ept Suiniays)... 6:8;) a.m. 4 80 P.m. Mfwcli'n awd llttle BofK. 1.4V1C ABKIVB. ! Train, dally....' 5:15 p.m. 11:49 p.m. 4tit, daily except Pun.) H:im) a.m. 5:50 p.m. PaclMfiili B1 MfmpMa LtlVL I AKKIVB. I.fcHtuSQg'rtraln.dar.j 4 00 p.m. 10.00 a.m. min'i di ion am .m. fi:MO fi.m. FINANCIAL. he banks yesterday were as quift and doll It U possible tor Place of the kind to re. iey was not wanted, and exchange, though light supply, was lu pior oemand; four per bonds were 111 good inquiry nimcnua. hange quoted Id our market: hew York l, iMytiijj par, aim seniug premium; points in New t.Qgirinu. uernana par; I s'ctit l discount, selling i,t premium; - Orleans, 14 discount bujiiig, and selling .nr. Money, 6i28 per rent. Shelby county scrip r.t 8(a, buying, but very dull, little or none uig. Last sales were: Memphis gas stock, ionriessee, new Issue. fiilu-ilo: Mississippi Tennessee railway flrsi-ai,rtgage bonds, !; secont niortgatfe, V2: Memphis Kan Is. li.f: Hernando Insurance stock. 117: Bluil r insurance. 72. HY TELKGRAPHA ARI3, April 20.-Rcnte. 115f. 15c. aw ORLEANS. Airll 2it Sight exchange on yotk. 14 premium; sujiltrg exchange, bankers' s, 4rj. 0XDON, April 20.-Con3ol-money. 1)8 111(5; 10I Ceiitril. hSla: Pennsylvania Central. 88Vs; uflrig. ISVj; Erie. 26?; preferred, 4U: 10-40s, ft; new oa, i0.; new 4Us, lUW:s; new 43, EV YOBK". April 20. Money market easy. 834 cent. Prime mercantile paoer. Arth per r. bn-.rllinr exchange bankers' bills steady at '.; sight exchange on Now York, 487H- Oov- meiit bonds firm: coupons of 1HHI, lOtv-h; fvfis. 104; new 4tVi, IOo'm; m-w4, 101l;cni- 7 ns, 1-1'S titdte UJIiils dull; lvimeesm MS, 88: Teunex rts, new. JMIA; Virginia s. . H;U-j: Vlrulnla ris. new. :i5: Allssourl (is. t)l. iroau nouns were enrrnu siring. uo:umoui, r.ano and ImlUna Cdniral advanced sharply on K H iriiiu's ilcc-l.xloii, b:t the Improvement was nusi.kiiitd. Wabash ejulpiuent rose lOierce-U. (I. on the reiHit that the prxsei.t direction would Hometliinx in (heir favor. The stock unmet was ly avtlvn. lait soD'ewbnt trregojr. ine greatest autre was in Kansas l'acl'to. wblca sold up to I, acslust SI lust nlht. Wabaati was oonspleu ly act've, advancing fioin to C4Jn. but re u.ti to il.x. tit Louis, Karitius City and MortU- li wasntronn, r.elllnir from a Ui 15 for com- 11, and from U'.u.j 10 41 '4 lor pri'ierred, and slnicnt 11:14 and 41, refpccavely. The lest of the ithwe(ern alinres were aoout steaoy. The uuer stocks were stiil-. and advanced UifT lt r i-rnL on (lis flay. The coal shares were soms- it weak, and closed ul a decline or vi a s per cent. general lit was I'ih1;v.- 011 sniull llucluailons. iiuibus. (nl aci and IuUlana Central rose from to W. fill cil to 11 j. and rallied to h'H- Tians-on- gtg:itel lr)S.(MX) fhares. of wulch 7000 e Krle. 11.0(10 Lake K'Jore, '21.000 V abash, M) Northwestern comim'n and a(XK) preferred. nt tit. Haul coinmi n and '2IMI0 preferred, wooo Kawunna, ;t t(!0 New Jersey C'euirai. 4000 Mlehl ;i Central, 8i'(Mi Union Pacific. P0"0 Columbus, icngo and Indiana Cent'sl, tiD'IO llt'inllml und Joseph, HI HK) Ohio and llu-sls-,lpi,l. 4O1MJ West 1 Uuloit, i,4iM KH1IS.U1 l'Hcli.c, :in U00 St. Louis, irisas City and Noithrrr, lrl.OOOIron Mount-tlo, 1 llOilo bu I. ru's and ban J-'ranclso rt closing q-iiila Ions were as ioiiowi: Mm Uulua Taiegiaa, 10 U; CH.-ilver, 14 h: luasllver preferred, Hi: l'actria Mnii, : Mariposa, t); M.irliosa rrvf-rred, tUS; ims ei press, 10M; Wells i Fargo's ei ss, O'.t.i; American express, 4'.i; United vc-s express, 4Ms; rie York Central, 7U; Erie, '.-lj; trio preferred. 4Ht4; liar- a, loi: MIchlKun Ce tral. Ml; Panama. lHo; ilou Pactfla slock. 7'2h; Late store, 71-Vt; Inois Central. 8d; Cleveland and Pittsburg. 11 1 !; rtiiwestern. fiWiti; Northwestern preferred, WO14; veUnd. Columlxis. Clnclnnall an I Indianapolis, 14: Nev .lery.ey IVntral. 44l ofTared; Hock Island, iKHt: fit. Paul. 4ls; et. Paul preferred, w. wh in. S2h: fort Wayne luTt; Terra Uiiute. ta it- rel; Term liaute pret'd, 10; ChiciKO and Alton li; Cltittig) and Alton prcier.tu, iii:unioauu ssisslppl, 14r 's; Delaware, Lackawanna and wea- fi2ii: Aiiautlo and Pacine teirgrapn, ,14 : Ichko. Uurlliwton an I Q'iiucy, 114; Uanntoal J ti!.. Joe. lM-'-s; Hannibal and St. Joe preferred. ; Canaia SouUi-tu. r": Louisville and iash- le, 50; Central l',..i!lc b aids. 1 Union ic:l!lc bonds. lKll'o: Union PnclBe iHnd eranls. I: i'lilo.i Pacific s.nkirs funds. 1 l.u.l,-j; K tns;n iclllc, fi-U; Kan?as and Tx:!s, 14'w: St, Louis and niKranc'.s.o, 11U; St. Louis anil Han Francisco pre- reil. 1 1 : St l. julsand S in Fmiicisco fir Is pre- rred, 2;ji,s; St J.ouls, Kns,s City nnd Norlhern, I-Vh; St. Lou.s, Kuijs.is City a lid Iiurlntru prt- rred, 4l)i8- CUTT09I. With the exepption of New Orleans, which is two Uetior. all tue spot markets elsewhere wore thout chxnxe In tluies, ilioub the tones were na.tter. tur market as Dim and buyeiswere a tin ui.iie lacilriKl to tnke hld. thoustti sales were uillv lanfer than the (lit before. Oaotatlons at the ose uontluuKd uuchrttifcwl as follows: CottuB fxebaace ilrmef. StantUml Mnwmatumal Claitm ttcuion. 1 Ztttmlny. Day Itfforr. rdlnarr trioia HHi'a KHl Ort'iiiM (til-! tflO8 w middling r?ll till Iddllnir tfllU WllM jod mUMIIr.R 3111(1 ft' 1 1 Vi Iddl'.ng fair (212 312 M ukut flrai. Salfg. 425 bale. Including 800 ties to e i pollers and 126 tules to Hplune:S. COTTOIf EX'THANUBa MttUfHifJ. April 0, 1879. .ock on hand September 1, 1878... -954 ecetved to-day 21 0 ocelred prjvlously 87rt,414 8 .rt,0 10 Mppod to-day Ulpped previously., 877.584 84-".5H3 845.R83 82,051 lock, running account IMPORTS. hns far ttls we 1.08 hus tar laM week inoe oeptemer 1st 87tl.J0 lemphls and Charleston railroad 67 UsslHMopi HIH1 lennessee rBiin;iu r, onlsvllln, Nashville and Oreat southern B.R. 5 lulucali and Mephtnls railroad I leinphis and Little Kock railway 11 leauiera ; Vitgona and other sources 2o Total 218 IP0Ta. hu far this wejku. 2.1 P 4 hus far last week 2,.j41 luce September 1st -...84o,oUJ lr TKLKURiPH.l Th following are the latest telegrams of the do- lesllo markets, as reported yesteruay to uio wiura tohanue: , Iiiftt tH'i:n .if 1 1 TtiToms. Market. Ktc'pts.l (alveston yulet. 1" 4ew tirleans birong. pr4! lohlla yuloU 102 avaiiuab Firm. (14 :uarlostou Kteily. lol llinlugon. Firm. Ml Horfolk (J.ilet, 8:14 Baltimore Oili'U New York ijiiit-t,. 8fl sosion Steady. Bmi' t'hlla.l.-lphla .... firm. XI iL Louis Augusta. Firm. 4l Middling. 11- 1118 11 11 11U II 11U llS 115a il'H 114 r..ii..ulnTura III. KhiI V.ltlf BrlL .iiujltllll! or yesterday: ordinary, w l.V'rtc; good ordtuary, ... ... ...... 1. .....1. 1. 411... it r iiirt.n.i..lu.. 11:.,. it; IJ-l'li:; IHW lUIU'iiiliC. 1 J nil., mrauunn! oo4 mliU l"g. 12c; luldullng fair. l?o. At 1):24, quiet and s'e.t iy; r2:4", dull; 2:lis qui t; I .. Li.Iu.i I'lllilFu..!. .lllll It I -SI', ill'. MM UfllTS. The following U Uio latest New York telegram of llbUiTra; Jkiy Ufon April bid. It.llKtfll.flO M,iy 11.77iMl.74 ll.H9i? 11.70 June II.K.Vfll.liil 117(211.88 luly 12.UrU.l2 1 2.05(2 1 2 00 Aiilcuj; 12. :iW( 1 2.2 J 12.2di2l2.21 deplember 1 1 '.I 1(2 1 1.H t 11.87(211.1-8 (KUiber 11 UliMl.llrf ll.Hllif ll.Hl November Kl t.iin u PI 10 nr 1 (. Deoeinb"r I 10.9'ir? 10.04 I 10K7trlO 1H) Tim ii'ina i f thit tuiurn inarKel was an fo.lows: At lo. 10. linn: 11:11, Bhmlee'isler; 1 1 :;i0, quirt, shiide a"ler; 12:64, easy; 1 :;iu. quiei ; a.sK), nrm; a, barely ste; dr. Sile-". VV, HJ Dale. The New Orleans inarKei vivum niii ciunoi mmus at 11-it.o for mldclilng. sales, t.iion nates; rec.-ipis, w -.i ii siiM'ic. 1 ill. 5:lt bill s. Tim l.lveriHMil telMraun yesterday reported eot- mn hmiiiiiiw ni I.I.I 1 1 1 1 Uiiliuiil s. rt 5-1 rid i Orleans, tWsd. Sales, h(Kl ( nines. 01 which ii .fi Aiutrlcan. ueceipts, 3J.0UO oaies. uu 01 wuicu were American. Llveipiol arrivals ciiened 3 32'J higher; April and A11rll M4r.ll 1 1-.tl?il: il.ir-Juue. rt 1 l-U22lWM; June-Jiiir. 0 lU yjd; Ju y-Auiiist. Il 15-32d; au- gul-Seileiribr. tlil; September oc'.oimt, n,sir rtl7 HJl. 1 30 P.m. - April and April-May, rWsd; June-July. (1 7 Hid; July-August, liv.1; AUgti.n-sep-tiinbiT. tl 17-32d: September-October, rt W 18(2 it I st-.T'd. 4 :il futures active and s;ninir: April. tt 7 !'.(; April-May rt 13 32d; stay-June, rt 7-lrtd; .lu'.y-Augusi. rt M-JJJ J; sepiemDer, u.v)e.i: tictoner- November, rt 17 321. At 5 o'clock luturej closed klro:l 1?. The movements at the ports were reported as fol lows: Tint Wrek. 1'Am Week Week. Bee ts sine Friday F.ip'ls loti. Britain Kxp'tstoContlneul Block P.-SiMl 2 1.541 ll.7(i:l 374.WI3 20,liSO, 17.183 lrt.tt42! 17.1K3 7.KW4I t.H5l 417.8301 4H4.352 tImI ronalnta t ell United PLtttes ports. 4.'M.I'2 042; siiniedate, 1878, 4.007.252; saie dale, 1877, u ur.ii Jiii ImirMiiir or retieiuls at United Slates ports this year 224. iM uales. ToUl stock at all ports. 374,803 bal :.s. ualnsi 434.852 bales same time the year beforu; in 1877. riOJ.Uo. GENERAL. TRADE. The weatlmr yesterday was really delight ful, hut business on Flout street was only en so. Prlcea lu all the If iUlu articles were wlthmit change, aud, lu fact, Ui volume el IraJ j was nothing to brag of. uiuttatwn.1 txlow art .fir round hJ at the Umlitig awt tlte railroad difi, and include tuilhrr dray i.,r. iluratje. ir of tu r rjincj tmtnide uf the bare freight and i:tvirirn ujt to arrittL Jobbing and lUtrt mite an at hojhrr rate, a ttuy iilude dray luje, tlorage arid prtHt Of the dealer. FF-KD.Cwn market steady: sale of 1700 sacks white suellod at 4d'c, and 5uO MHiks, to arrive, at df.lije- la store, 47?iOc- OaU In store. 88r?40c. i'-lastsalesBt14tT15; In store, 80c per cwt; corn bran. SO 60r210 per ton. Hay from 811 60 to SIS for red top to choice timothy. FcOUK AND .MEAL. 'ir common. S3 50ft 8 75; double extra. 84-?4 25; treble ext-a. $.rt?5 10; family, 5 2535 50; choice, 85 5035 75; fancy, SO (?rt 25. Comment Arm; from mill, S2 20; sale of 10O0 brls on landing and mill at 2 15 VKtialAbLiiS fotaioen ma seed demand ror peachblows continues Arm; In store, ?2 50r?2 7o per barrel: late russets. 2; new Louisiana at s. 50a. Green con. SI 25r1 KO per box, A'uvrt Potatoe lower, S2 7nir3. Stock peax. SI 85 f?l rt5. OnUmx new Loulsiai a. 84 6(fr?5; old, 2i32 50. runipt, 1 a panel. 7'arfii.S2abiir- reu VnrroTx. a oarrel. Horxenutun. ,o a oarre B tt. 3 75c24 abarreL Ht ring Bean. $ I 00. FBUITS Applet In fair demand; In store, and extra line at S334. Oranjrji-Miwstna. $3 OH 75 LenioM The receipt of over 1 000 boxes by Oliver, Flnnle 4 Co. during the ptst week seems to have broken the market down to r2 50r?2 75. t'tUa almonds, Taragoua. 10c; Brazilian Kc; pecans, Texas. lOfSUc; lllberts, 14i2T5e; peanuts, red, 4t-2C; white. Bo per pound; cocoa. s;ir24 & per hun dred. Dried ruif-apples, 8t28Vac: ixjaches, 8W 815. Jiatumas, SI 60(23 50 a buucli. Data, tWc per ponnd. ElitiS, BUTTKH, POULTRY. Eq7 are with out ehang- ; In store at 1Hi'Vl2c Butter grep.se flc; c unmon, 0?8c; falrl0(2l2c; medium, 1 4d lrtj; choice wostern, 1721 ftc; creamery, 25 27o. Chieicem lower, at S2 75iS3 f,0 for hens; sprlnat4. ISr(Ts,162 18. Oeev. 8435. Duck, 82 75. fiifi Beelfoot lake perch, SVarTtic per pound. HOli PBOUUCT. Msrket steady; demand very good. Bacon xlear sides, packed. 5.55c; clear rib, packed, 5.40c; shoulders, 41so. .for clear pork sldos, loose, 6.20c; clear rib pork sides, loose, d3 6.10c: shoulders, loose, 8.W()(24c; sugar-cured hams, packed. BirTtfic; breiikfast bacon, packed, 7Bfi'Kc; mess pork, $10 87l,211 25. hard Uerces, rt"sr?7c; palls, 7(?8ibC OBOCKKIF.-I. Coise, 1 H'sctor ordinary. ISViCfor fair, 15c for good fair, 10Vsil7e for choice. 5fi Imperial, 8575c. Sugar raw Louisiana. 6U(2 7c; coffee sugar, 9c; lump sugar, 10c. Mila.Hix H0&40c. according to quality. KUx, 014a 7 V40. Oiirse. 7r?Bc a (Miund. MIdCKLl, ANKuUd. Cider half barrels. 85; barrels, Ss ftOiiW. .Beans-medtuin navy, $1 5 9 1 75 a bushel, according to quality. Millet wl German, In store, Kl 05 a bushel. HUUsCrj Hint, 12(2 13c; dry salt, 8r20o;green,4c; green salt, 4Stic Tallow, 5i?rtc Brrxvxxx, 20222c. Cottim-med Uken by the mills at 87 per ton. Lime. 51 per barrel; Hosedale cement, 1032 15: Louisville cement. 81 75. I BT TBLBQRAPHA EST. LOUIS, April 20. Flour easier but notquota bly lower. Wheat strong; No. 2 red fall, 81 03t ft 1 03&1 cash. Corn active but lower; advanced toward the eloe; ro. 2 mixed, 82MQ3Ho cash. Oats h'gher; No. 2, 2H(?2HMc csh. Kye dull and lower, 4KO. Barley dull. Whisky steady. 81 04. Pork dull and lower; Jobbing, $U 70(29 80. Lard dull; salable, 5 (5c Hulk meats du'l and nominal. Bacon dull; clear ribs, 5.05(25. loo cash, 5.05c May. LOUISVILLE, April 2W Flour quiet. Wheat demand fair and market firm; red and ambr, SI 03(21 05. Corn ilrni; white, illic; mixed, 37t2C. Oats quiet; white, 2Wc; mixed, 2Kc Ke qu'et, 54i.ee. llay steady with fair demand, 20(211. Poik quiet, 810 25. Lard qukl: choice leaf, tlerc. 7-h' (Vac: choice leaf, keg, HdHi-jc Bulk meats quiet, 3.t!2l2(?4 ti2Vs. 4 7034 S'iK 'H, for loose, bacon quiet, 4(25.1(1, 5 37lac Sugar-cured bams, 8i4.?UV5. Whisky sUady, 81 01. - CINCINNATI. April 2ft Flour quletf family, 84 50(25 50. Wheat In good demanu; red, 81 02 r2 1 ott. Corn demund fair and market tirui. 37V(2 ,'lHc. Oats steady with a fair demand, 28Vj23c Kye good demand and prices a shade higher, o7c. Barley dull. Pork Inactive. 810. Lard dull; cur rent make, Ac Bulk meats Inactive and lower, !U (?4Vs(24.70c Bacon quiet but firm, 4i(?nibCt5V (258(2 5 V2C. Whisky active and nrin, 81 Oi l CUICAtiO, April 20. Flour steady, with a fair de maud. Wheat In fair demand but at lower lates; Mo. 2 Chicago spring. OUu fillip?. Corn In good de mand but at lower rates, aH'-V' cash. Oats in fair demand but at lower rates, 24 cash. Bye firmer, 4(40. liarley dull and lower, U,f2r37c Poikdull, wmii urd lower; Sit 42t20 45 cash and May, 80 52Vlf?0 55 June. 8 0 July. Lanl heavy; He CAsn and May, tl.02lV2rt.05o June, .07VSf?rt.l0c July. Bulk meats dull, weak and lower, U.bo, 4.60, 4.80c whisky steady, 81 04. NEW YORK, April 29. Flour steady; superfine western and State, 83 25(23 65. Wheat dull and lower; ungraded winter, red. $1 OOtfl 12. Kye quiet; No. 2 western, store, 5tk257c Barley dull. Malt dull and nominal. Corn quiet; ungraded, 42W r243l,yc Oats tu fair demand and market Dim; wblte, 31c Hay quiet but sieady. 41(2 45. ro(tee dull. Sugar quiet; fair to g.od refining, tHitTTc. Molasses easier. Hlce nominal. Pork In bujers" favor; mess, ?; 05(20 25; old. $10 25. Laid weaker; prime steam, O.22V2S 0.300. Whisky nomi nal, 81 07 V DRY GOODS. tBF TELE9HAFB. NSW TOBK. April 29. BmlDess continues mod erate with commission house and the jobbing trade Is sluggish. Cultoa goods an lirm and In lair re quest. Prints are In moderate request and firm, with an upward tendency. Harr.iony, Freeman's and Chester prints have advanced to filsc Men'o-wear woolens are in slightly Improved demand. K1VEK NEWS. Bl-ver and Weather, The table and dispatches below pive cfBcial Infoimatlon concerning the weather and rivers: Oitk'k Signal skrvick, XI. 3. A., I ' ' Memphis. April 29. 1879. f Above le w water. Changes. BTATIOHS, Blse Fall Feet. Inches inches inches 22 R 10 15 5 11 2 3 3 4 '"' "4" "i" 8 9 1 ""7 5" '".-.'.'. "l':i" 1U 4 13 0 10 ri 4 5 3 5 1 5 8 3 10 ia a 1 84 4 4 Cairo Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque. Helena, Ark... . Keokuk Leavenworth ... LiUe Hock Louisville. tlemi)kls.... Nashville New Orleans... Plttnburg Shreveport. St. Louis. Vlcksbura; lie low high water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS TKSTERDAT. Time. Bar. lher Wind. Weather. 7:00 a.m. 30.14 00 N.K. Clear. 2)0 p.m. .HOli; 70 N W. Ciear. HX) p.m. ::.o:t fi'.f S.W. Fair. Maximum therm mneter, 78 deg. Minimum theimonieter, 57 deg. By Telegraph. CINCINNATI, April 29. Arrived: Jas. D. Parker, Memphis. NEW ORLEANS, April 29. Weather-clear; ther mometer, 81 deg. WHEELING (W.Va.), April 29. River 8 feet 2 Inches, aud falling. PITTSBURG, April 20. River 5 feet 4 Inches. and falling. Weather fair and pleasant. LOUISVILLE. April 20. -River stationary, with 8 feet 2 Inches la the canal. Weather-cloudy and warm. VICK3BURG. April 29. Weather clear: ther mometer. 77 deg. River falling. I d: Corona. 11 am ; Golden Rule, 1a.m.; Annie P. Silver, 7 p.m. Arrived: coiorauo, o p.m.. LlTTLK RCCK. April 20.-B!ver rose 4 feet since last report; Indications of a big river from above. The steamer Katie Hooper was raised and has de parted for Mound City for repairs. EVANSVILLE. April 29.-Rlver falling. 15 feet b the gauge. Weather Ciear and warm; thermom eter, 7( cleg. Arrived: Robert Mitchell, Andy Bauni. Departed: Andy Bauni, Cinclnuatl, 7 a.m.; New Mary Houston, New Orleans, 10 a.m.; Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati, 7 am. The Baltic look the k oner s tow south at noon. CAIRO. April 29. Noon. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: Sam Roberto, New Orleans, 1 a.m.; Dick Fulton and Alice Brown, Ohio, 8 am. Le- paited: Belle of Shieveport, New Orleans, 11 p.m ; Dick Fulton and Alice Brown. New Orleans. 3 am.: Sam Roberts, Evantvllle, 5 a.m .. .Nlght-ltlver 22 leet inches, and falling, weatner clear; tner- mumete.r, 74 deg. Arrived: cons Miliar. Cincin nati, 4pm; Charles P. Chouteau, New Orleans, H p m. Departed: Charles P. Chouteau, St. Louis, 0 p.m.; Coos Millar, Memphis, 0 p.m. Haveaiemta at tne Levee. ARRIVALS. Maumelle, Arkansas river. DEPARTURES. Batosvllle. St. Francis river: Ouachita Belle.Vlcks- Durg, IN POUT Maumolle, Hard Cash, Vint Shlnkle, Oiceola Belle. , BOATS DUE. Poton-Bjlle of Shreveport. Vp Coahoma, Golden Rule, James Howard. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY.' Fkiaks Point Coahoma. Henry cooper master. & p.m. A as ansh Rivkk Maumelle, Reese Prltchard master, 12 m, Osckola Osceola Belle, J. G. Andrews master, 6 p.m. Whiti Bivkb Hard Cash. Ed C. Postal master. 6 p.m. Cincinnati Vint Shlnkle. Sterling M'Intyro master, 5 p.m. ST. Louis James Howard, James O'Neal master. o p.m Nw Orleans Belle of Shreveport, J. T. Coghlll master, 10 a.m. ItereJpts Yesterday. Maomelle Brought out of Arkansas rtvur 195 bales couou, 241 sacks cotton-seed, lZ4pkgs8uu drlts. Levee rarxgripas. Business only moderate. Packets departed ou time with fair trips. The Uoldea Rule is due up to-morrow morning n rouU to Cincinnati. Heorlpts by the river yesterday were 105 bales cot ton, 241 sacks ootuin-seed. The New Maty Houston will pass down to-morrow morning en rimfe 10 New Orleans. The James Howard, Captain James O'Nell, passes up tuis eveoiug at nve o ciock lor &(. Ijuuis. The floating ootlou-gln and corn-shelling machine Tidal W ave passed up from Delow yesteruay. The Belle of SUreveport, Captain J. T. Coghlll passds down tnis inoruuig iu. ten o ciok lor aew orivans. The Phil Allln dropped down to the landing yes, torday to receive some old machinery. Cun t saj bll ll IS KOllU! tO UO With It. The osoeo.u Belle. Ciptalu J. G. Audrews. Is the picket this evening at live o'clock for osoevla aud the upper bends, o, o. juicaen ana cyrusjdyate 1 he Coahoma. Captain Henry Cooper. Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Helena and rrlais PoihL 'Win. Smlthtrs Is her clerk, assisted by BUT Houston and Piatt Khoades. The llsrd dish. CdOtalu Kd U Postal, Is the PHOk- et this tveulng at hve o'clock tor all poluts on White liver, going lurougn to jacjsonpoii. uuaries ml. Postal and J. c Wi.-u(T are her clerks. The Maumene. Captain Reese Prltchard, having been unavoidably detained, will leave to-day at twelve o'clock tor all points on Arkansas river, go ing through to l.lul Rock. Charles Aluoseluian presides In herom.-e. It is hinted (hat the Cairo dry docks will be moved 10 aiempuis at au early day we hope not tu be al lowed to go to decay and sluk as did tho.-.e of the MempLls dry dock company. It costs too much to remove obstructions from this harbur. The Vint Shlnkle, Captain Sterling M'Intyre. Is the regular packet this eveulug at live o'clock lor all points 011 lue Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. The Shlnkle gives ttptclul rates to all poluu. j. a. Llud auy will be louud In charge ol berudlce. Cincinnati Tiimx, Monday: "The last number of the M inne Journal made a sustention that has ex ceed sume lotoiest among steauiboatmcu. The sub ject l that of a mutual plan of lnsurai.ee, which should be lu vogue among sleainboaluim. Some of our business men bave formed a Muillur organlza- tiun which bitords an Insurance wllli.n the reach of I persons ot quite moderate mean and is of a most practical nature. The entire profits. If there are any, accrue to the benefit of the members. It Is like ly ome action may grow out of the Journal 8ug ges'.lon. If properly fol owed out." We have kinder soured on our wharf master, com plaints are made about the (tinning condition of the levee, which a few dollar! paid to half a dozen needy laborers a couple of davs could have easily remedied. Captain kallaher means well, but does not always de.'lde the best way to manage matters et the levee. We are hla friend; therefore we take this liberty of giving him the cudgel of correction. St. Louis Tiniet-Journal and Globe Democrat. Mon day: "The James Howard, on oue occasion, loaded and carried 3300 tons of freight, and bad betddea 250 persons on board, counting passengers and crow. This will equal 330 freight cars and four passenger cars on the rail. Estimating 80 loaded cars as a folld train for one engine to pull, we have 1 1 trains and 1 1 locomotives tor the freight, and a nice little passenger train for the passengers. On her last trip she took Into New Orleans 2000 tons, or equal lo 20O car loads." TJb)A5 BOATS. SPEC1ALN0TICE. THE fteamer MAUMKLLE, being una- " voidnbly detained, will leave T" flPhfistf DAY (Wednesday), April 80tb, et 12 o'clock 1 o n, positively. Shippers will please bave bills lading on bo-id pro'iiptlj. JOHN N. HaHBIN. Sup't. NEW ORLEANS! J (ASCHOB 11XE) jfcra FOB SEW OUbHAXS. CITY OF GREENVILLE A. J. Carter, master, Monday. April 38th, 10 a.m. BSLLK OF SHREVEPORT. Coghlll, master, Wednesday, April 3iftb, at 10 a.m. CITY OF ALTON. Blxby, master Saturday, May 3d. at 10 am. MKSIPUIia AND eT. LOUIS PKT. CO ANCHOR LIKE) rOK VICKMBIJKH. GOLD DUST M'Cord, master, Monday, Apr 1 28th, at 10 a.m. GRAND TOWER ..Lennox, master. Thursday, May 1st, at 10 am. JOHN B. MAUDE Blake, master, Saturday. May 3d, at 10 am. aiKflPHtN A l tT. LOUIM PKT. CO XT. S. MAIL AlfOHOR LINE) FOB ST. LOUS. CITY OF VICK5BURG Riley, master, Monday, April 28th, at 5 p.m. JAMSS BOWARlr O'Neal, master. Wednesday, April 30th, at 5 p.m. CITY OF HELENA M'Kee, master. Thursday, May 1st, at 5 p.m. COLORADO M'Pheeters. master, caturday, May 3d, at 5 p.m. For all Information, apply at Memphis and St, Louis Packet Co.'s wharf boat, foot ol Monroe street. AD STORM, Superintendent. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Bluff, Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith The elegaat paasenrer steamer Maumelle, Bees Prltchard master. Leaves positively THIS DAY, April 80th. at 12 m. JOHN N. HARBIN, Snp't. 92lfr Kront St. LEK L.1NE STKAMERS. for tjilendale. Helena nod rlttrs faint. The Fine Steamer Coiihoma, 2il Cooper master I Billy Smlthera clerk WlU leave as above on THIS Day, April 80th, at R p.m. For freight or passage, apply on board or to F. M. VINSON. Affent. No. 4 Jefferson street. FOR NEW ORLEANS. For Aew Oi-lemsi and tke JBeadau The Southern Transportation Oo.'s Passeuger Steamer Mew irlai-y iiousi 011 gg Charles Miller, master. Will leave Glenn's wharf boat as above en THURS DAY, iliy 1st. at 4 P m. For freight or passage, apply to R. P. HLKN'N, Agent, at Wharfboat. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. Fsr Cairo, JBvanavlll. l.outvlll and Clorlnoaii. The Southern Transportation Company's Superb steamer txolueii litile, jzJi O. P. Sblnkle. master. I Will leave Glenn's Wharfboat as above THURS DAY, May 1st, at 8 am. Freight received at all times. Tickets gtven to all points North and East. B. P. GLESN. Agent, at Wharfboat. Memphis and Uiiio KiverP ktCo. ; FOB LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATL The Swift and Elegant Passenger Steamer VINT SHINKLE S. M'Intyre master I A. J. Llndsey ...clerk Will leave as above VFedneday, April 30th, at 5 p.m. FIRST-CLASS FARE THROUGH TO IEV VOllK CUAPR 'lUAJi EVERI Phlladelnhla, Boston, Washington, and all points North and East at proportionately low rates. t3fHeals and staterooms on the steamer FREE. Fur freight or passage, apply to U. W. LIGHTBTTRNF. Sup't. No. 7 Monroe, opposite Peiibody Hotel. The Steamer CONS MILLAR wUl It ave Saturday. May 8.1. FOR OSCEOLA. Regular Seinl-weekiy Mall Packet lor Randolph Fulton, osccoia and ail way landings. ine elegant passenger steamer Osceola .Belle, J. 8. Andrews Master I B. O. Mlchell Cierk. Leaves Memphis every WKDNJUsDAi. and FRIDAY, at 5 ti. m. For freight or passage ap- piy on board. FOR WHITE RIVER. ilecatar Independent Memphis and White Klver packet For Augu.su. Jackson port Searcy, and way points. The regular independent pacaet MAISi cash, Kac, POSTAL Master, Will leave Memphis every WEDNESDAY, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage, apply lo No. 7 Monroe st., onp. Pea body hoteL R. P. GLENN, on Wharfboat. . J1I1L.T UAMV LINK, Memphis Wblte Klver and BlaeKBiver U. H. nail Packets. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Derail' Blurr, ues Arc, Augusta, J act son pun, w roint, Searcy, Batesvllle, Powhattaa, and Pocahontas. TUe new steamer Jroste Harry, M. R. Ham. captain. Walker Outlaw, cieri.- Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d. every SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting direct v i;1! the new B'ack river u. s. mail packet milt max t-.i ior Powbaitan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets to Batesvllle and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Freight vlll be received at all time!' on the K. K Lee wharfboai. J. T. W SHI1VM I'tlN Agent. FOR VICKSBURG. AdaniM U. M. Ulatl Line llrniihls and Vlelxnbnrie Psrkels. Steamer Ouachita llclle, jSsi Mark R. Cheek.. .master I A. L. Cummins. ..clerk Leaves every TUESDAY, at rt p.m., Far Helena, Friars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkan sas City, Greenville and Vlcksburg, as above, con necting at Vlcksburg wi.h the Parlsot Line for Yazoo river, and with the famous steamer Robert E. Lee for New Orleans, giving through bills ot lading to all points at lowest rates. Freight for tula Line re ceived at R. E. Lee whaifboat stall timet, J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, No. 3 Madison, nr on R. K. Leo Whsrfhont. PUBLIC LAWS-BY AUTHORITY. Chapter 22S. AN ACT for the prevention of fraud In the sale of Patent Rights In this State. SECTION 1. Beit enacted by the General AtenMy of the State if Tennessee, That hereafter whenevrr a note or other written security is given In this State In the purchase of a patent-right, or any Interest therein, and this tact shall appear In the face of the note or ot her written security, the same shall be sub ject. In the hands of any holder or assignee, to all tke legM and equitable defenses to which It was sub led in the hands of the nlglnal payee. Sec. 2. Be it further euacted. That this act take effect from and alter Its passage, the public welfare requiring It. Passed March 28, 1879. H. P. F0WL1TE3, Speaker of the House of Representatives. J. R. NEAL, Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 81. 1879. ALBERT S. MARKS, Governor. I, Charles N. Glbbs. Secretary of 8tat. of Hie State ot Tennessee, certify that the above Is a copy of an act ot the General Assembly of t .. State ot Tennessee, the original of which Is on fllo in my of fice. CHA3. n. G1BB3, secreutrr oi state. Chapter 0. AJTaCT to abolish the corporation of oookevllle. Skctiom 1. Be it enaeted by the Oen'ral Aembly of the tilale of I em. enure, mat so mucn or an act passed by the tfeneral Assembly of Tennessee or. the 14th February, 1858, entitled "An act to incorporate the town of Cookevllle, In the county of ?uti.am, and for other purposes," and particularly the first sec tion of said act, be and the same is hereby repealed, aud raid corporation of Cookeillle abolished. Sec. 2. Be it farther enae'ed. That all laws and Darts of laws in comllot with this act. be and the same are hereby repealed; and that this act take ef fect from and after its passage, the public welfare reqtittng It. Passed March 28. 1 879. H P. FOWLKES. Sneaker of the House ot Representatives. J. R. NEAL, Speaker of the senate. Approved March 81. 1879. ALBERT 8. MARKS, Governor. I, Charles X. Glbbs, Secretary of State of the State ot Tennessee, certify that the above Is a correct copy of an act of the General Assembly of the State of Teunessee. the original ot wh cu Is on Hie In my office. CHARLES N. GIBBS. Secretaiy of State. Chapter 41. AN ACT for the relief of F. M. Davis. Tax-collector of Marshall county for the yeais 1878 and 1874. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the state of Tennessee, That the comptroller of the State of Teunessee be and he Is hereby directed to Issue bis warrant on the treasurer of this State for the sum of 8225 lu favor of F. M. Davis, Tax-col lector ror Marsnau county ror the years 1873 and 1874, as Indemnity for losses sustained by him as such tax collector. Sec 2. Be it further enticUd, That this act take effect from and after Its passage, the public Wdllate requiring It. passed March 29, 1879. J. R. NEAL, Speaker of tbe Senate. U. p. FOWLKES. 8peakerof the House of Representatives. Approved March 81. 187H. ALBERT S MARKS. Governor. I, Charles N. filbbs. Secretary ut Suae ot the state T ......... n. Au.flfv th.f 1 1 1 M urWIVA 1. M IWrl Am.u i ui i 1 1 ira-. v i . , , ...... . .. . w ... .. w. . ,v,. ivfj nf in MAC (if Aha i.eneral Asaemblr of the Slata of i Tenneatfee. tbe original of wblci) Is on file in my WsVOl We - 100 CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA, (Pints and Qaarts.) ek. Viaest Champagnes Imported. lOO KEEliVg OIJLT-EBGE TONIC. 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints. 100 Casks Allsopp's Ale Pints and Qts. All Direct from Abroad Oar w Importing;. WB HAVE BESIDES COHBTANTLY ON HAND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF 8TRAIGHT PENNSYLVANIA. KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, At LOWER PRICES then ever before offered In Uus Market. B0 J. S - EMMES &O0. ii iMise 14 LADIES' BLACK SILK SUITS, LADIES' COLORED SILK SUITS, LADIES' Cashmere & Silk SUITS, LADIES' GRENADINE SUITS, LADIES' BUNTING SUITS, Also tlie iLarge&t and Hisses and LINEN, SWISS, PIQUE, STOCK OF LlAHSilCHUSANRAP! . The Very Newest Novelties in PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS! dPOnr PrlcesLare always the LOWEST, as we have made it an invariable rule not to allow ourselves to be undersold. OWENST HEW ETJEHSH. o J. JT CO SB, lata of Fader, Jacobs & Co. W. BOOKER, late or Fader, Jacobs & Co. Jacobs feBooker COTTON FACTORS AND COMEIISSION MERCHANTS", No. 294 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee. HARDWARE! WE HAVE M STOBE THE MOST COMPLETE AND LARGEST STOCK OF Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Fishing-Tackle! Planters' Hoes. Traces names. BHnd-brldleg and Collars, Singletrees, Back bands, Flowline, Clerlses, kept in tbU market. Agents fop ftrCormick's tVlovvers & Reapers and EL.F-B1XDIK II AliVISTKHN. Avery Plows, Wn. Clore'n Plow, and Bloeet's Keanlne Crle Plow, Hteam JMarhlnrry and FlttlnKS. Ueltins and Fsrklar. BUcksBUha' and Carpenter' TooIh. Iron and BteeL. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. QIO o.xxcl. 513 Tsroia-t Street, TWTotti -Tn 1 ei AXUBKIV 8TKWABT, ' ASDUIlt Sew Orleans. STEi iTART. GWYIIE 00, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 356 tni 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. ASD StewaYt Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, Louisiana. Jtt 13 KB A A i:iIJJKL,Y, Merchant Tailors, So. 3S Madison Street, Take pleasure In notifying their Friends,' and the Public generally, that they are Receiving a New and Full Assortment of SPRING and 8UMMEB GOODS, comprising the very latest styles and finest Makes ot French, English and German Manufactures. We solicit those who contemplate ordering their Spring Clothing to give us a call. PRICE3 MODERATE. THE FIRM OK FADER, JACOBS CO. IS THIS DAY DISSOLVED BY MUTUAL CONSENT Either member U authorized to sign tne name of the firm In liquidation. Jos. FADER. J. JACOBS. JOB. SUGARM AN. Memphis, Tenn., April 1, 187P. HENRY FRANK. JON. FADEF, HENRY FBASK. JOS. 8l'ABMAS FADER, FRANK & CO. SUCCESSORS TO FADEB, JACOBS & CO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 294 Front Street, Mempliis, Tenn. L. T. PORTER. Y7. F. con ' AND No. 300 Front Street. Between Sadlson and Monroe Ilemphls. Tennessee. U. tinvln John M.salUvaa, M. Gavin & Oo. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, QQQ Front Stroot, 3V5Loxxa.x3la.ljs. Tenn. Between Adams and Jefferson. Our MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes bis wnole time to tbe Weighing and Sale of all Cotton lntrusto to our charge. Wo have our own Cotton Warehouse, corner Washington and Second. Carefully Selected LADIES' WORSTED SUITS, LADIES' LINEN SUITS, LADIES' LAWN SUITS, LADIES' SWISS SUITS, LADIES' PERCALE SUITS. Finest Assortment for Children in LAWN, GINGHAH, PERCALE. 1. WIXKK, P. 11. HAl'LKY, Slensphis. Jlemphla TAYLOR G. W. MACRAE. EM & BROS. , TAYLOR & CO Thus. Clark. 91. J. Clark. TOBACCOS. Tffl REDUCTION OF THE Goes Into effect on tbe FIRST OF MAT, and anticipating a heavy demand for Tobacco after that data, we have In advance madi Large Purchases from l"adlng manufactu lers lu Tlrglnta and In the West for May De livery at Bottom Prices, which will enable us to offer Superior Inducements to Dealers In tne Weei. We have In Stock and to Arrive THE FOLLOWING BRANDS ANDSTTLES: 1 50 butts and caddies Goldon Bule Navy Tobacco. r0 Dims and caddies B. F. Gravely's and Henry County Piugs. 250 butts other brands Virginia 1 1 and 12-lnch Plugs. 15i caddlee 5V and 6 Inch Virginia Plugs, all araries. BOO caddies of Nickel and Dime pieces Navy. 2F 0 butts and caddies Twists, dlHeient styles and qualities. 1 1 ;0 buckets and bu'ts Country Twists and ColU. MO buckets Fine Cut, very cbolce. 5000 pound Blackwell Durham Smoking Tobacco. fiftOO pounds Gold Leaf, mixture, and other brands Tobacco. 50.000 Margoerlta and Ten Broeck Cigars (Con chas). 80.000 celebrated Lotta brand Cigars (straight Havana). R0.0OO celebrated Pearl brand Cigars (Havana Filler). 20,000 celebrated Mark Twain Cigars (Begalla Fin a). 20,000 celebrated Miguel Jane Cigars (Regalia Brlttanlca). 50.000 various brands, ranging In price from $ 13 to $20 per 1000. 60.000 Richmond Gems and Acme Cigarettes. And a Complete Stock of Smokers' Artl&es In general. tar-BUYERS WILL FIND IT TO THEIR INTER EST TO GIVE US A CALL. I All Corner Vront and TTnlnn. DEALER IN Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes 17 MAIN, Under Worihau House. 70 8ECOXD, opposite Conrt Square. Sole agent for Stralton A Storm's Capadnra and Onr Paddies Cigars. FLiUJIBlStt. BROWNE! PLUMBER! Gas and Steam Fitter! SEWER-PIPE, GAS, STEAM AND WATER-PIPE, Pumps, Hose, Hydrants, CHANDELIERS, Bath-Tabs, Washstands ! . Good material, Competent Workmen, AT THE LOWEST PRICES! Jo W. X. BROWNE, 258 Second Street, OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE. MEMPHIS I UBL, I CATIONS. TO BK IMSUKf) APRIL 15. 187t. VoL IV of Inatitnten or Common and H tat ate Law, Treating of tbe practice of tbe law In civil cases, BT JOHN B. MINOR. L.L.D., Professor of Com. and Stat. Law In the University of Virginia. For sale by West, Johtuton Co.. and Randolph A English, Richmond, Va., by booksell ers gom-rally. and by the undersigned. Address (P. O.. OJnlversitr of Va..) M. M'EENNIE. Bookseller land Publisher. PROSPECTUS. Howard! "j"OW ready for the Printer, will contain Full Be--l-1 ports of all Officers of the Association, with a List of over Five Thousand Citizens of Memphis who died during the Epldemls 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. Tbe 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. JPKICE. 82 50. Delivered April 1st. Orders will re reive attention If seat to Howard Association, 0. 10 MADISON STREET, MKD1UAU 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY., A rnu!rir MucfcWyl ni 1! qmUlflfd physician tad ti Curoj all formsof PRIVATE, CHRONIC and. SEXUAL DIi JCASES. , &psvxuatnrraea &s.a Impotenoy, liiv: rcuii r t!'!r-buo ia youth, Mztyml excet lo it urr at. or other aiiMa, ftud producing ome of the ftV k-w:ag r!trt.: Nei tumii-m, bctuinal KaiioiuM, tniht tttiif ious h drewirjuf. Pituttti of teijht, lotrtiT lleiiry. ihy 1 rlr'c'.l"tiAlf'n Face, Aerioo lo Soeietr of rmmlct Co-.r ;-:fQ of lii'-an. l-fn of Bexniti Tower, c, rrsdrtis j BtrtLMfS Improp-r or uohaj p, r tborouvfaiy nJ peroia tvatl cr -4. g YPPUt IS SyJ cureA Vd lirHv rt liaUd frxnn Ui arawm; GODOrriieft QJiEET. Stricture, Orcliiiii. Haroia. .or ii.ui.turu, iiL nJ oiu-r priTte tllcea'ic oulfkly cured. Jt ( acU-Tilt-Qt ilwit -bv aician who paya pRlalattratl9ii to rtain ci of diAwase. anrf Iremtlrf Uiouaan-la inn mir nrtquirci nrat mkul. PhyaicUnc kuowing Oii fart ofV-u rt-omiriid piraooa to my cr. W bri it Is lnwmvmlrm lo tart tb city for treauntat, i)iedlctnr, can be teat priTaieij ax". aafaly by mail or eaproaa anywfacra. Cares GaarantoeU in all Cases SSSSou pwnBiTT or br letter fr- and liiTltM. CuargM yvaaooftble aud oorreBpobdaoee strictly oouIkUntJsU. A PRIVATE COimSZI-OR Or SOO paRd nt 10 1D7 addrvwa, aeoarely aeaiwl. for thirty mn-t cents. Hbould La rua4 br aJL ACdreas a abov VTlea boors from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. 8oDdaTa- t to 4 J- 1K KWC1EI IT IOS FEEK. T-rrn TTTR SPEEDY CURB of Seminal Weakness, p Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on bj indiscretion or excess, any unisBmi iiaa iuo m dlents. DR. JAyuEb CO., 1 so Wwt Sixth tivt. Cincinnati. JEWELRY. WITH O. A. BESS AO, 2G5 MAIX STREET, Cor. COURT, MEMPHIS, - - TEMJJKSSEE. A LARGE LINE OF .V WW Watches, Jewelry, Dlamond8,SIlverwarc, w. a. nl .aI-q anil PonAV iAAila. Trinket nif CLOCKS ta-WtnfflrlDir of Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Alminitrator,ti Hale. t wti i. anil, at riubllc auction, to the blehestbtd- ! der ll the household eflecls. consisting of par lor bedruom and kitchen furniture, etc. ; also a lot ,., rir. mid farm wagons, milk waeons. furniture cars bungles and carriages, all new, belonging to the estate of Phil Maurer, deceased. Sale to take nlaes at No. S07 Poplar street, between tbe north market and High street, on Wi dnesdav, May 7, 187H. at tea 0 clock a,m. . A. WABNEKE, AdminlstrUor. TOBACCO TAX Qlclerlf Bros Assn REPORT, WOOD AJKD WILLOW WAKE SHERWOOD & CO. (Late Wheeler, Pickens & Co.) TEAIiRB8 1Si WHO!) AlVf WILLOW Ware. Purchasers of goods In our line, either at wholesale or retail, will find It to their ad vantage to call on os. 348 MAISST. 348 SUMMER BE8QKTS. 1UKA SPRINGS ESCg3-tgEo T.B.ATDLETT PROPRIETOR. THIS house has been thoroughly renovated and newly-f urnlsbed, and the pro, rletor Is now tesdy to receive and accommodate guests. Terms fur nlsbed upon application to the proprietor. Special terms offered to tnose who wish to take rooms for the season. ORKNEY SPRINGS, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, VIRGINIA. Tbe Finest Collection of Mineral Waters in the World for Yalne and Yarletj of Medicinal Properties. TIB Chalybeate, Alum. Sulphur, Iron-Sulphur, Healing, and the renowned Bear Wallow Spring, all bavlug distinctly different medicinal properties, are lo be found In the Orknei collection. FIKST-CLAHM HOTEL ACCOMMO DATION. for sever bnndred and fl fty people. CoL J, F. CAE E, late of Congress Hall, Cape May, now of Metropol itan Hotel, Washington City, Manager. AMPLE STABLE ROO for private teams, and a well supplied livery for the use ot the guests. MIEKAL BATHS. Tub, Shower and Plunge. Every facility afforded those seeking Health, Comfort and Pleasure. The WOSnERFCIi LIBAY CATEBKIs are situated within a few hours drive cf Orkney, to which a line of Park Wagocettes will run dally. Board per Day $ 2 BO Board per Week 14 00 Board per Month 45 00 Special contracts nude with families and parties. F1VR HOURS H Y KAIL - from Washington via the Baltimore and Ohio or Virginia Midland Railroads. TUIlOHiHAKOrSD.TKIPTIOKETB Issued from all points North. West anC South. Good from June 1st to November 1 st. VISITORS FROH MEMPHIS will procure tickets over the Memphis and Charles ton Railroad. PARK W A O X F.TTES for private carriages to order) will be In waiting on arrival of trains at Mount Jackson to convey passen- Srs over a shady and easy-grade turnpike road to rkney. SElSO.Vof 1879 Will OPE5JCSK 15. but all who desire to visit Ork:iey earlier can be ac commodated by giving one week's notice after May 1L (a Address, for descriptive pamphlets and ether In formation, tbe Preprlelois at Orkney Springs, or the Manager at Metropolitan Hotel, Washington City. JOIK A PAHKER, Prsv'r. Beersheba Springs, GRUAPY COUXTY, TEJJJT., On Top of Cumberland "fountains. THIS magnificent and delightful watering place having been purchased, and entirely renovated and refitted by the undersigned, will be ready for the reception of guests by tbe 15th of Haw next, and continue open the entire year. Appealing to their past reputation and character, as gentlemen and hetvl proprietors, they confidently expect a mil share of southern patronage. Round-trip tickets, after the nrst June, can be obtained at the various lallroad ticket offices. Terms S3o per month: 510 per week: E2 per day. Children (under 12 years) and servants, half price. CUAS. E. SMF.DE5, late of St. James Hotel. N. 0., jas. M. MAKii.N.or rew Orleans, proprietors. Bedford, Va., Alum & Iron Springs WATER. 91 ASS and TILLS, "T7X)B certain forms of dyspepsia, diseases peculiar JJ to females, chronic diarrhea, bronchial, scrofu lous and cutaneous affections, disorders of tbe liver, Kluneys ana oiaaaer. oeniiity, malaria ana neaaacne. Kqual to any water ol its class known to me. Hunter M'Guire. M.D.. Virginia. Satisfactory In uterine diseases and In malarious conditions. G. W. Vail, M.D., Ohio. Efficient tn dyspepsin and nervous diseases arising from Impure blood. G . T . Harrison. New York. Used with success In certain diseases peculiar to lemaies. B.Koenier, M it., Mtotirx. Beneficial in malarial fever and diphtheria. 3.F. Durxm. Georoia. iiiv&iuaoie inscroiuia. w .J .uuoen, m it , norm Carolina. Recommended as a prophylactic In yellow-fever aismeis. it.tc.tairrx, M it , lxmuiana. Tbe summer season ol these springs begins June 1st. Terms. 30 per month. Carriages meet visitors at Forest or Lawyers, each four miles from sprints, upon advice of arrival. Accommodation unequaled. All the comforts and attractions. Skillful resident DhrBlcIan. PRICES. Water Thirty cents per eallon: S4 per case cf one dozen naif gallon bottles; $2 25 for five gallon cask; S4 for ten gallons; $7 for 20 gallons on board cars at Lynchburg, Virginia. Masst irty cents ana f I per ootiie; jw ou ana so for half dozen sent postpaid. This mass Is tbe water solidified, and contains all tbe curative prop erties or tne water in reouoea si.aee. iffji-Twenty-nve cents, 50c and $1 per package, or SI 2o. 2 50 and S5 postpaid. These pills con sist of the mass in sugir-coated pill form to suit delicate conaitions baiupie supply sent rree to any physician desiring to use It in practice. Pamphlet free upon application. Tbls remedy of nature Is In dorsed by the niedlcHl profession and attested by re sults In Ihousiiiin of cases curing tne last twenty seven years. Address A. M. day Iks, presi ent oi tne company. 78 Main street. Lynchburg. Virginia. Round-trip tickets from points north and south at reduced rates. tBold by B. BATTIER and S. MANSFIELD, Memphis ILEUAXT Ml' 31 .71 F.R R EMOKT. Board ers for the summer will be received by Mrs. Jno. C Stockton, at "The Brook," near Charlottesville and University ot Virginia, Beantitui grounds, large airy rooms, best of fare, everything fresh from the farm, ttrong sulphur and Iron water near the house, and the purest freestone. Carriage and horses for use of guests to take them to church. Terms, $25 Krmontn; children ana servants, sta oo. address IBS. STOCKTON, as above. Reference: Mr. and Mrs. w. a. ficKen. hi aaams street, mempnis. Blount Springs, A1LABA5IA. . CI E A HOW OF 1870! NOW OPEN FOB VI3- 1TORSI Special arrangements for board at re duced rates will be roa'le with parties wishing to come early. High In the mountains of north Ala bama; entirely tree from all malarial Influences. Best mineral waters on the continent. All chronlo diseases successfully treated. Iiyspepsla a special ty. Tne most acceime resort in tne soum. iss than ten hours from Memphis; one change of cars, nr llp:ttiir. Refer to Colonel Sam Tate, Memphis; 3. P. Hous ton, 89 Madison street, Memphis. For further particulars, a-idres . I. HOLT, Proprietor. inoni!ss03iALu W. P. BOND. W. R. L&IOH. Attorneys-at-law, BRAWKNVIIil.K, ... TRNKRHHKK DR. J. W. NELSON, JUXiJXU TXSX, Southeast Cor. Main and Union. GAS administered In. extracting. Charges as low as consistent wun gooa wora. DR. ROBERT E. RICHARDSON, ofvice: 175 Main St., MEMPHIS. RESIBF.SCE: 70 . Filth St., Refers, by permission, to Judge TL T. Ellet, Major Nlles Meriwether. R&v. K. 11. aiaaon. Air., w. sner rill, Rev. Wm. E. Boggs, It. D. Dr. A. A. Burleson, Mr. K.E. Clarke. Mr. B.ti. Craig. Kev. E. M. Richardson, fcer-Calls left at UOODYKAR'3 Drug btore will nave prom pi atiention. United States Courts at Jackson For the Eastern Division of tbe Western District of Tennessee. ORDER OF COURT. TiV virtue of the oruvlaluns of an act of congref s, l approved June ao. 17S. Terms of the United utntxi rinuit. nmi District Courts, for the Eastern Division of the Western District of Tennessee., will, alter this date, oenem ai iud w ,aviwvi In the COUNTY OK MADIaON, on the Fourth Mondays of April and October, In each year, until the Judges thereof otherwise designate. , , The ilar-bal Is hereby directed to csuseaeopy hnr mha imbllshed. for four consecutive weeks. In each newspaper published at Jaekson, and In two of the daily papers puuuaueu a. mcmum, onu m the Nashville American, published at Nashv.lle, Term. Dated April 1, 1K7W ienn. OHN BAXTER. Circuit Judge. K. S. HAMMOND, Di.it let Judge. Counties in Western Division-Courts held at Memphis: Fayette, Hardeman, Haywood, Lauder- n'MrnVuion-Coutt. held at Jack- sonl Bntonrcarroll, vf roS,"tt De?ati,r' eon. Henry. Hardin, Henderson, Lake, Madison, MWalir, OWon and Weakley. wed IlSiJKA.MAIlV, Dr. D. B. fJohnson'n PEIVATS Medical Iife peiaaary Ko. 17 XEFFEKS3A JSXKEET, Between main and fcVoat, S3flapairi ttBST.BLJHHHn M liO. DB. JOHNtKlN Is ajimowledeed by all parties In tereted as by far the most successful phjulirtsn In the treatment of private or secret d suu. Oulck tfcoroiiga and pcnvuient cures euaranted in every ease, male or female. Recent cases of tlonorrhia and Syphilis cured In a few days, without the nee cf mercury, change of diet, or hindrance trom business Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eiadicaied will . out the use of mercury. Involuntary ions of serpen topped in a short tlir.e. Sullerera from lmpotcrcy or loss of sexual powers restored to tree vigor in a few weeks. Victims of aetf-abuae and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and lota ot physical and mental power, speedily and perma. nently cored. Particular attention paid to Ue Ttesu Women, and cures gnaranw- xnroa? an" cumi it ucw roinitiim XHies and old sores cured without the use of eaua - tic or the knife. All eonMultatlons strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all baits of the eons. try. Office hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p, m. Sundays from U to fi p.m. n. 8. jMMNHfipf, M.n. DRAvVlKti. AUPmSDIUOPPORTCSITYTOWm A FORTUNE. FIFTH GRAND DISTRIBUTION. CLASS 1 AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY. MAY IS. l iU lwin Jaontniy urawing. Louisiana State Lottery Company. This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the Legislature of the State for Educational and Charita ble purposes In lKrtS, for the term of T"enty-fiiv Ytars, to which contract the Inviolable faith of the State Is pledged, with a capital or $1 .mXl.OOO, to which It baa since added a reserve fund of S350, 000. It fcirand Hlaicle Number lMntrl. nation wul take place monthly on tbe second Toesdav. It never nolle or tooxtixme. Look at tha following Distribution : CAPITAL, Pttis. s:i(i.uoo. 100,000 TICKE TS AT TWO DOLLARS EACH. HALF-TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. LIST OK PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize 530,000 : 1 Capital Prize 10.000 1 Capital Prize 6.O0O 2 Prizes of 82,500 B.i.rX) 5 Prizes of 1,000 5,000 20 Prizes of 500 10.0O0 10O Prizes of 100 10.O0O 2O0 Prizes of 60 10,0 O 50O Prizes of 20 lO.trOO 1000 Prizes of 10 10,000 ' APPKOXm ATIOH PR3ZK3: 9 Approximation Prizes of $300 2,700 Approximation Prizes of 2(X. 1,800 9 Approximation Prizes of 100...... yoo 1857 Prizes, amounting to. $110,400 Responsible corresponding agents winted at all prominent points, to whom a Lberal compensation will be paid. Application forrate3 to clubs should only be made to the Home office la New Orleans. Write, clearly stating full address, for further In formation, or end orders to 31. A. PAirKIW, I. O. Box Kew Orlet-nw. 1m., or toNo, fl West Court slr. et, Memphis, Tennessee. A 11 our Grand Extraordinary Drmtyinrix are under the mtpennxirm and management cf tiKNERALS . X. (1P.l!KM,ilIl nrvt .1) H 1. A. hlKLl. CHAXIVUKY WALKS. Chancery Sale of Ileal tslate. No. 2521 Chancery Court of Shelby county John i. Lanier vs. uajoso savings insiuution et aL BY virtue cf an interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the nbove cause en tbe 1 5th day of Jan uary, 1879, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on MBtaraay, nay 17, l7. within legal hours, the following described property, situated lh Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Block No. 1 1, composed of lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, fronting 60 and 72 feet on Post avenue; and lots 6, 7. 8, and 10. fronting on Valley avenue 60 and 72 feet, and running back In dept i 1 50 feet. Also, mock no. 14. composed of lots 1.2. 3. 4 and 5, fronting on Valley avenue, and 6, 7. 8 I and 10. fronting on Pine avenue, each 60 and 72 feet bv 150 feet in depth, and being between Overton and Vance streets, about lt miles eaat of Court Sg.ua re and part of the Lanier Homeplace. Terms 01 taie casn. this April ir, 17. B J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Estes Elliott, L. Leatberman. et al.. Solicitors. SON-BES1DESTS. Kon-Besident Xotice, No. 3285- In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. Teiinessee tt. a. raraer vs. 1 ne unknown heirs of Sarah C. Wbeaton, deceased. IT appearing from affidavit In this cause that (he defendants, the heirs of Sarah C. Wbeaton. de ceased, are unknown, and their names and places of residence canoot be ascertained attar diligent In quiry; and tney being Interested perhaps in the prop erty sought to be subjected by this proceeding: It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courihouse in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in June, lKili, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken tor con fessed as to them, and set for hearing exnarte; nd that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. xniszza aayot April, ia. A Copy: Attest. R J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By E. B. M'Henrt. Deputy C. and M. Clapp A Beard. Sols, for complainants. wed Xott-ItesitVcnt Kotice. No. 82R9 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee - will urn xsevme et ax. vs. u. w. uran berrt et al. IT appearing from affidvavlt In this cause that tbe defendants, Cba lea N ville, Wllilelvevt'Ie. BetUe Neville. Lucy Neviil9, James Pate, Maitba Ann Page. Eb. Snipes Ben Owen, Kate Oaen, Tajlor SnlL.es, Cheler Snipes, William NtviHe, Taylor Ne ville and J. Bolton, are non-residents of the Stale oi Tennessee; It Is therefore ordered. That tbeymake their appear ance herein, at the courth-mse In the city of Meiu- iihls, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In une, 1879, and plead, answer or demur to com- piMnaui s mil, or tne same win ie incen ror oou fessed as to them, and set lor hearing eiparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for tour successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal, This 22d day of April, 1879. A Copy Attest. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By E. B. M'Hkkrt, Deputy C. and M. Clapo fe BeaM. hol. for corrtrrm. wed IXSOIiYEXCY. Insolvent Aotice State of Tennessee, Shelby county Office County Court Clerk, Memphis, Tenn.. April 22. 1879 To Beverly Bedford, Adm'r of Ci. R. Rentord, die d. HAVING eu.-ges el the Insolvency tf the estate of G. B. K-dford deceased, you are hereby or dered to f ve notice, by auvenl -eratiit in some otws paper put llshed within the said State, and aluo at tbe courthouse door of Shelby county, for all per sons having claims a: alnst said estate to api e.ir and file the same with the Clerk ot the Coun'.y Court, authenticated In tbe manner prescribed by law, on orueforethe 3d day of Jul), ItsiO and any claim not ttleJ on or before said day, or before au appropriation of the funds of si.id estate Is made, shall be forever barred, both In law and equity. Witness my hand, at oitice. this 22d day of April, 1879. OWaN bivXHB, Clerk. By Hron B. Ccixen. D C. wed XOT1CK. Notice to Contractors. B ID3 will be received for laying the foundation in 1 brick for a new church for tbe Congregation or Avery Chapel, In tbe taxing-district of Memphis. Flans and spec lhcatlous cau be seen at the studio of James b. cook, architect, 117 Linden street, to whom for fur herlnformatlrn apply. Tbe right Is reserved of rejscllng any and all bids, and a ca"h contract will be entctd lino with the successful b.Cder. Sealed bios to b? oVposlted with D. W. Washing ton. Merat hls poton;ce, ou or before tee 10th day t f May next, at 1 2 o'clock. Notice of Partnership. JE. OLIVER having been admitted as a partner . In tbe Carriage Business of tne old firm of WOODRUFF CO.. the business will hereafter bo conducted in the name of WJODRUFK 3c OLIVER. A. WOODRUFF. J. E. OLIVER. Notice to Delinquents. THE delinquent list of State. County and Railroad Taxes, from 1865 to 1875 inclusive, are in my bands for collection. In every case wherea wilt of possession Is authorize-!, tbe same will be Issued and placed in the bands of the sheriff to be exe cuted. In cases where other steps are authorized, the same will be taken, aud levies made In accord ance with the following acts of the legllature, to which I respectfully call the attention ot all parties interested: ACTS OF 1875, CHAPTER 103, SECTION 6. " That said back tax-collector shall have all the powers to enforce collections of said unpaid taxes that were possessed by the various revenue collectors of the State on the first day of January, 1875. nnd his right to levy or dii-traln and sell personal or real properly belonging to delinquent tax payers, shall exItso long as such laxes remain unpaid." Iu order to avoid annoyance and add tlonal costs, parties should see that there are no delinquent taxes against them or their propeity, as In many cases I can only e've notice to properly owners through their tenants. 1 respectfully ask ad peisons desiring Ut arrange and settle their taxes to call on me before the wilts are placed iu the hand of tbe sherf ft. Respectfully, C. WEATHERFohD. Htate and County Agent and Hack Tax-collector. IKSsUKAXCK. The Jlamburg-Hagdel.nrir Fire. THE above-named company, of Hamburg, Ger many, began business In the fcaniern ami V, ext ern Leiartme'ts U.S. A.. In September, 1878, and since that time has received In premiums S143.000. Tne company has a paid up capital amounting to Srt 5.l0nVaS9ets 17&0l5; total. $800,000. Its deposit In the State ofTew York is j 320,000. Its ri.susln this countiy will be protected by the Old Magdeburg Fire lbnurance Company, whose Income during the year 1H78 amounted to over 86,000,000; also, by tbe Magdeburg Re Insurance Company and the Magdeburg General Insurance Company. The combined assets of tbe three companies lat-nnmed amount to $15,532.56:1. This protection Is In ad dition to tbat furnished by tbe capital and assets of the Hamburg-Magdeburg. - This fact, when gener ally known, cannot fall lo attract t9 the company a liberal share of patronage In America. The com pany will Issue policies ol Insurance on all classes of Insurable property. . v STURM ft HIR8CH, Agents. Ho. 291 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.