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THE MEMPHIS DA1.LY APPEAL -THUBSDAY. MAY, 1 1879.
I " tAlLItO ll TIIftK-TAlHjES. Ittvllle and, An-hvllle aad Ureal hnattivru. re.s. dally .11 .50 p.m. fi.OO P.m. 8:15 a.uv. I. dally 8:00 a.m. wist til Aci-uiu.-noditt'n t .v.eicert linniaw. . . 4-15 p.n. n Sitliir:l;ty, Express runs only 1 n iwenzie, cuw- j9 r nt rM rni'l rrt.nrle'.ton. j LKAVK. I AKKIVK. 1 4 KprXwTriln.dMfly, 12 mldnlg't 11:40 a.m. ibiTiIIb A'jconimodai ion I iliy irpi't gundy).. I 5 00 n.m, E-10.m. ' LJL4VC AKKIVK. ? Orleans Mail, dally.. . 3:10 p.m. 10:15 a.m. Ps Aixinmlii!li.'U,lai- eieept Sundays) 5 0.) p.m. 8:45 a.m. I 'in and Actomuio't'n, illy (jxceptuurtriys).. :na.m. 4 -iO P.m. Ulrtin.h'n atnl l,Hlle RnfU. l.KAVk. AhKlVK. .1 Train, dally 515 p.m. 1140 p.m. l.ilit. iliilyeicept 3'in.V rt-t' a.m. fi 50 p.m. tu"1"ati Btnl HfimihlN 1 LkAVa. AKKIVK. Uiraso-iHt'rtrHln.dHlly 4 00 p.ni. 10O0 a.m. ynmi-il -nut train I rt::M a m. r.:M0 p.m. FINANCIAL. ianoral litisine t the bunks presented no v feaMrPS yf rteril.iy; money appears to be tUe t wanted or any article In town, although It can had ut tiiiH pur cent. Exchange remained at merr.tie.. with a very small amount ot business in.;. In th IikwI mar et lhe.i the usual Inao i; 'even gas stuck will not 'vakeup"asluiitberer. :liiii;i:n ipiotisa lu our market: New YorK at, l,jyi:.i; par, awl selling '4 premiums points in New England, demand i-ar; I slit l discount, selllns l,j premium; vf Oilcans, l.i discount buying, am! selling par. Money, it?8 per rent, bhelby comity scrip rtod buying, 1-ut very dul1, little or none ling. Last sl-s weie: Memiilils gas stock, : 'j'eniieH.sis?, new Issue, ;::ii,15; Mlsslislppl 1 Tentit'sdoe ial!wity rjrst-iuoritr.ute bonds, secon I rioiUaKe, 112; Memphis gas iiM. P I; Hernando iimiraiiie stori. 117: Blurt y lnsur.inw;. 72. Tlie St. Louis RtinMican, of Lulu vi hinlii.ns lliere at H percent.. ai mi Inoreasli.K amount cf fm per done at still er IlK'iies, j and even li per ceni , anu auus: m ih tin adv.'.iieas u;ii :e on Saturday were some I loans at M pt r cmA., limde to carry meats and ier products. 1 ins Is a new kind ol 1 mn tbat bas me lino (umm i( Pit-, the tMiiks tukinit tbe ueliouie lecelpts and Insurance policies collateral tecunty, and niHKin a let demand loan." The followltiK Is mi Klsk .V Hi'ch's circular: -'The coveiiiment II hve ubMOluto iMrdr.-l ot liielrfour and a balf r cnt Inuds Pi twelve y-tn: of tuelr fives or 1KHI twoyaars;o their iiu-8 of lsl. In t:o yars and i in .nlli.i I: will, ibereloro, be seen tuat ne-ir.y lit liuiidred millions of the nai tonal debt l now llli. K at Titles (lint H 111 nol pay tue noiuers bl s Per nl. II IBc g'ivrrmueiit Is aiil-9 lo fund lliem at ma rilyof tbeupllon. A lour per cent i o,ut, tweiitf vMiearsto run. at IDS KS. v. ! 1 1 p..y :H ptr cent, teiea. A f.iur and a b -tit pai cent boiul, twelve ars to run, Kt ltl'.i.7:l, will p.iy -'Its per cent. Inter t. A live per ivul bond, 10 years to run, at 12 Hi, will pay .'its Ir ceut. Inteie.t. A six ler nl b irnl. two iird a ti -.If ruis lo ruti. Hi lO.t.W.l. ul psy;l j I-er cent lireiest As tLe Kovernmeut vve c-f.ssd imt Hli ilieir leini lnit i? fnur per cents, teept Id itni'ill i:iiti:i reserve 1 lo c.ver the 're inJ.inf ceiiulciites,' holders or tho ten-rorlles and .'-tweiii;etui.t jet (muled - amounting lu Ihe regale lo .it lenst jtiitl.OO'l.ll-O - will all be lu tUe nirHi l Pr re Invesii.iant, itiid la greater po tion ill d' sire l In- lour .er cents, hlch It Is not txtr.y ; t!tlo prn.il -I in ij sum reicll a premium of four nvj perccuu"- - IWI TELEGRAPH. I'ARia. April ntes, 115T. 2tj NKW OUI.K4NS. Ai rll :i() - Sl(hl. excbane on ku'k. U premluiii; stuiilpg excHauge, Luiken' 4M7lj. f.ONLj. April :i0. Conf p!s money, VH H 111; llnoistjernr.il. hi,3i r' nnsj iv.ii i t .emmi, ont; Mil. 14, I il, Krie. iii.", ; pri'lerred, 4nla; now 6s, ij.ilj: new -ls, HiHi; new 4s, 104n. NEW YoKK, April .".0.-Money market ensy. UfT 4 er ci:t. i'lliue ineifiuiiie paiier, ui per nit. scrrilng exiMiange -oankers' Dills uu.'l at .il; sliflit uSaiiHM on Ntw ioik, 4.Sl,a. liov luiuent litiuds uini, coiiMns o' lt'.xi. llxWa; t.."is. lOl-'-s; i ew 4.3. IOH'm; new 4, 101s4;cu' ncy lis. rj4' t- ol.ile bondi di.l: ; 'ieiimssce Os, Id, :; leiiiiessisj tls, ne. 2:tl,a; Virginia tts, ll. Mil: vlrali.la e.. new. !U: Missouri tts. 105U. '.tlPotd lu.ids active. The greit feature of tue iiucKel w.ui ill Htlv.in.n of 21 pJlnts In Wibisli imp netil 1 1 5 1 : Hie consols, convertible, rt)e er c-nt. T lie stuck umrket was lrrfuulr. tirailKer hires were wean, and ueclnwl Ms t r crul. on iik dty. Coal lllvs le.i ill uuuer a rather free eMlng luovtiiionr. and . Ibeclo-e showed a I ?s of 1-fl iere-Pt. I he tel. graph sliaies weie adversely retttia by Ihe auuoiuiceuieiit or Hie Incijfporallon f liid Ln i'ii leleiii(.li eouipa y. and Western nl ii dei'.ilnetl f,o a l(."il to ll'-t. and All uit:c .ml P.tcllle Irom ; 4-t to :t'J S mthwesleni shares vere generally ipilti, exoepl Louis, Kansas C.ty ml irtnei'i, wulcli mivaunsi 1 per oeni. tor ciu- nij.i and 2-s itr cent. lor prcleired, c.ottnvg ai iliout t nei In.h. t ir,ees. Tin trunk line stocks vere -trum: and a fr.ic l i li ider. xvpt ailctilgan Vnlrul, wnlctl soiii down Iitun I is lo va. recover i to 70. Ti.msifiloiis imn g den 1 74.1HKJ .hares, f ivnlcii 17400 were fcne. 1 5.000 Lake rihore. tli):t welMsu, imm NoiilmesU-ru common and IIMH) pr-ferre l, t-.(H) St. I'ditl common ard InOO relerred, 2J.IKJ" Lackawanna, iz.mmncwj"'! entral. 11 (Mill Silchlgan teulr il, 4tMjO Columbus, liicauo and Indiana Central. VO'MJ rl. Joseph, .5iMiihlim,l5,lNi) Wlii I :i.loi.,illi.000t. Louis. ..iiisns i it Mud ISo l'ii-rn. 4i)(" IVHitS'ts racinc, ml 2000 Kins'is and Texts. Closing iiuotatloit-: Wraleru Uittuii teli'Kiapu, ltlj; yu eKsllver, I41j. jnlcksl.ver prele.red, .li; l'ai uic aiiui, .l-i; aiaripott.i, iii.j: ai.inpoh i'i.-n ireu, i'V2. Id. una exprs, !.; Wells s. argo - iie.ts, 100; Ameriiwi txid'ess, H'.t; uouea loiiea fx. res. 4MI,: Now York Central, 1 '.rlo, 2Hm olfered; Erie pr-H-rred. 48; llar iem, 15S; illcniRan Cor tral. 7".; Panama. UP); Union r-acllio siiak. 72's; Lake ouore, 72; Illinois Central. S5lj; Cleveland and llttsbuig iJ; Northwestern, fKlv; NortnwBU'.ern prelerred. H1U : Cleveland, Columlms. Cinclunail ana IndunnpoliB. t; Wew .lersr'y Central. Kock Island, i;j0'4: bt. Paul. 41; tSL Paul preferred. HlH; liash, ij:; hctt Wayne 1071--: Term Haute, 8 or iered; 1'erre Haute pret'd. 20; thlcaiio and Alton 'tl-j; Chlagi and Alton pi-eferrni. KK.; Ohio and .VHsniaitppI, 11 1-; Iiel.iwure. l.ncHawauna nud wes 'ern, 51-e-t; Atlantic and Pacllln telegraph, 32&t; Chicago.' Oiullrilou ami Qulne;, 1 1H; Uariulbal and ot. Joe. IS: Haonibnl ai:u 8t. Joe Preferred, jii:L; Canada SouUitru, 5it; Central Paolue boi.ds, 1 lUf; Union P.-u-llic bonus. Ilis; Union Paclllo land "grants, 111U; Union Pacltio sinking funds. lull1-: l,nul"lii and ..slivUie. rol- Kinsas Pn- clnc, 68'; Kansas and Texas, VJ-n: bt. Louis Biid aurr.-tt. s -o. 1; i. i.ouis uuu .'ai-i-ntiii-iw iic lerred, It'i-j; St. Louis and 3:111 Kr inclsoo fir tspie ferred. 2UV; 1st Louis, Khiiss City and Norlbern, 151.1 :ht. Louis, Kjhsas City and Northern pre ferred, 4'r'H. COTTON. Tho tVnifialclies yflstorclay reptrtcd thfl mar ket lu Liverpool li-llt t higher, and arrivals 1-1 lid beiier. New York was 15 more, and futuies up one lo ttirert points Our maikei was linn and the de mnnd belter than for sev.-r.il tlajs Past. Sales wew lare, with iu.Mtail.iin put up 'b'J on all grades, and as reused lire as follows: Cotton .icbunze tat ement. tjUmdard International Cii.i,'iVaton.l Ordinary. . tiood tu'oo it 11114 8lVti r; 1 K.s il2is ef HUh 81 V- rillli tTlHy ai2 Vliiinimr....." Uivxl middling Middling fair II irket linn. Sa!en. 1500 bales, including BOO baics U) expoiters and 700 bales to spliiiie.s. Cotton ExcHie. Hsmtuxs. April 80, 1879. -Hock on hand Sejteniber 1, 1378... 654 UKolved tiwiay 5:!S deceived previously BZ'2:'i-Ji2 atilpped to-d.-.y Shipped ptevioiisly 17 BTtMttl i5,.r:)il 45,550 Stock, running account IMPOHTS. Thus far this H'l-'-i Thus far last week Since Septeuier l?l Memphis and Charleston railroad Itlssls!,lpl and Tennessee rMlroad I ouIvIb, N ishviiii. KivO.real eoulhern Memolils and Llltle Kiak railway I'.lvameis Waguus aud other sources K.B. Total EI POUTS. Mius f tr Hi's week Thus rar last week cMnue deplemoer 1st . 2.121 . 28I .14.-.550 ttompbls and Charleston rallioad 17 By rail, smi'ti 17 Total 17 lir TKLKHRll'U.y The followlii " Rre tho latest tePrams of the do rm .lie markets, as repotted sesierday to the cotton evhmu,e: 1 Ail. ni SC iu ,.f I 'rt. MuUlmg. M.irkct. Hr'itt. -I. Halvrtston New Orieuns. M.inile o kvaiioali. . . . Mia: lesion. .. Wilmlug'.ou.. fcurtoik Ralllniorv Sewoi ... M.istnn . Kiriit. . ! tin n. . j Kir ai. . j Inn. . Klruier. . I Hun. I steady. . I o lift. ! Oui-t. 82,673 . 1 r.nn . 2,1150 jl77.l;is ... 72 57 54 4 820 25 227 1 1 - 1.40 11;,(l !H2 ll'H :i74 in lis 1 lrt m; 11- 74:1 Ilia 4 .187 iiit YK ll'H r8i ia- "42 ii:sa'i'i,j 1 I'lii'. uP lplil; . ML Louis A:iginM r inn. noig. The following an- the New York snot limitations for yesteriiay: iirdluarr, 11 l-'tlc; good ordinary. Id 15-lttc; low uilodiirig, 7 1 ik'; middling. Uc; gK)t Liid.l lr:, miiMilng fair. 2c. At 1 il.'.! I, unlet nud lii in, demand and ollrlngs llghl: I2:4", nomlml; 215, nuK-l; il, gulfl. aies.4i7 tittlis. 1 'oiilrai'ts. 2'1) ln:e. dl )ck, 1 77.2IMI Pales. I'ne f illuwlng Is iha latest New York telegram of futures: l't.V rd.y. April Miy June July Auipnsl bepieiuber..., x totier November leceiiibjr. . . . 1 1 7 bid. 11.77c? 1 1.7K 1 I.H5.7 11. UH 12.11ft 12 12 12.'ii7 12 27 1 UHlit" II l ll.H4r?l l.:)li 10 Otic? 10 H7 10.'.2r? 11MU 10.80i?ll.Kl 11 P7u ll.Pt 12 111 12 15 12.27'r I2.28 I 1.1' ''? I I t'5 II .: 10? l.i 1)7 HI tr-i Itl.PlI III P l-y III l'5 The tone of the future market w us us follows: At l):IO. Ilrmer; 11:1 1. steadier; ll:iJ0.nrm; 12:54, ijuletaml stemh; I ::il), ipiirt and a shade easier; 1-.45. ipilet; :t. Purely st-any. tiilei, 1 12,000 bales. Tins new Orleans market opened and closed strong at 1 l"se tor niiddling. Males. 5i)i)i hales; receipts, net. I4M bales. Suh-ie, l(IS.ti2'S bait a. The Liverpool telegrams yesierdar rejiorted eot ton ll'iuer; mUlllln:? iiplnntls, 01,1; Orleans, il 0-1'ld. cales, 2.1.1X11 bales, of which 14,800 weie Auu'ilcau. itoccipla, 2800 bales, allot which werj Auiericin. Llveipjol arrivals opened wltli buyers offering 1-lH llnore; April, 0 15-32, ',l3 it 17 !12d; Aprll My,il 15-.12(i i:'l. ilay-June. il 15 U2ii litsd; June Julv, ilt'.'l 1Y-:I2'1; Juy-Augusl. (MM ltd; All gust September. 0 r.l-;(2it"-J; tvptember October, tV-sl. 2 p.ni.-Juae-July W llld; isepleiiiber-OcUy-tber, 0 21-il2d. At 5 O'clocg lulures clvsed quiet amisteady; May-June.ft 17-:52d; June-July. 69-4 d; July - Annus:. n lWH2d; August - September. 2l-:i2d; September October. l 2:1-32 art 11 irtd. The movements M the ports were reported &s fol lowti: This I IjOuA Thi Week I Wfk. J Week. Lot Year. K-c'In Bine Friday EiptstoH. Britain Ktp'ts to Continent Stock 13.254 25,221! 21,-28 '.'0,541 ltl,Wl7 25.402 10,7tl: K.HO'l Irt.iiM) 8H7.758 40l.Vwl 4:iO,070 Total receipts at all United Mates ports. 4.2H5 -4'tf; snmedale. 1K78, 4 07 1.3H7: same date. 1x77. H.K5'.,7:t5. Increase of receipts at United States porta tills year 224.0-10 bales. Tetil stock at all E-oits. ;iti7,7ort bales, against 4:10,070 bales same line the year before; In 1877. 550.772. UENEHAL. TRADE. Yesteirilay was the last day of the month, and It appeared as If an almost universal revolution . . . . . . 1 .. ,in.. ... Iha munlh'. naa Deeu come v ni 10 aou n ngmw w j bills, for stores were generally empty of business. There was a demand for corn with none on the murker., the searcitv Klvlnif stiffness to prices. 8onie oats were olTerli.g but we heard of no sales, traits and vegetables were very quiet; egis average 40 lower than on the day before. Quot'Uums Mum art ff round lots at the landing and the railmnd dejmtx, and inclxuU neither drai age, nUiraije, or titfu-r esiiiex mitxide of the hire frei'iht aiul charge up to arriixiL Jobbing and utore file irc nt higher rates, a they include dray atje. xturage and prufit of the dealer. FKKD. Com scarce with a good demand; sale of 2000 sacks, to arrive, at 45c: 400 sacks sold In 1 ,ts ht 4riluc: In store. 47r?4Pc WuZ 150 sacus were etTerlng at :tt?c; In store, H8r?40c. Hrnn noth ing doing; in store, uc percwi; corn oran, ?n r,u a 10 per ton. Hag very firm tor nice qualities; a barge load, POO tales, of various grades, was sold on pilvate terms. KUJUlt AND MEAL. Flimr Common. S3 50? S 75: double extra. S4rt4 25: treble extra. S5?5 10: family, 5 2575 50; choice. 5 50(r5 75; fancy, Srt an 2.. vornrneiu nrm; iroin mm, j2 21'; on me landing S2 15. with a sale of 100 bsnels at2 17 VKO nXABLLri l'uUiloe peachbiows firm: In store, Jji2 50i2 75 per barrel; late russets. t2; new Louisiana at &.- ollirrt. Ureen jron, l Mna I hO tier box. iSroret Potiilnen. 82 75iS. btrinu ltran. rtOerSl per two-third busbel box. A7oc y, SI U5rtl 65. Or.iorM new Louis'at.a, S4 50i?6; old, 82i?2 50. HuC'imbvn, 75c a dozen. Tun.ipx, if I a o-irrel. Parxrnn. S2 a barrel. Carrot, S4 a barrel. H tlx, g:i 757 4 a barrel. FKL1T3 Avptes quiet; in slore, and extra fine Kt ?:i"t4. Orangrn Messina, 8Ht23 V6 x m-Tha receipt of over 1 000 boxes by Oliver, Finnle & Co. during the past week seems to have broken the market down to 2 50(72 75. Au&t alniouds. Taraiconri. lMc: Brazilian 8c: pecans. Texas. 10(71 lc; Qlberts, 14J15c; peanuts, red, 4l;; white, c per Kiund; cocoa, :1S4 50 per hun dred. fc'tVxi iruii-npples, 8r23Vc; peaches, 8l.5J '.Hie. HanaiMM, 5Ua J 50 a bunch. Dale, OVjO per pound. E(3(iS. BUTTER. POULTRY. Ecrat ars easier et lU'(?12c, generally at lUa! Mutter grease, He; common, t8c; inir iU(Ciac; meoiuin, 14'T.lrtj; choice western. 17i?l0c; creamery. 25r? 27c. Chicken at 82 75'?a CO for hens; fprln at &?!! 0- Turkey, SlndlH. Orev 4665. uck, 82 75. tih Keelfoot lake parch. 5Vici (lc per pound. JAOti rrtuuutj 1. rainy active. aacim crear sides, packed. 5.55c: clear rib, packed, 5 40c; shoul ders, 4lxc. Port clear pork sides, loose, 5.20c; clear rlo pork sides, loose, 5(T5.10c: shoulders, lnose, 8.1024c; sugar-cured bains, packed, 84(3 tiUc; breakfast bacon, packed, 74s'8c; mess pork, IO 87I,xJll 25. Lard tierces, tlikaTc; palls, 7?K(f8se. HdOCi:RIE8. CoiTee, 1 Ujc for ordinary, 13Vcfor fair, 15c for good fair, lH,2(il7c for choice. lea Imperial, 35(i75c tsugarmm Louisiana. 7c; coffee sugar, c; lump sugar, 10c. MobtsAtx 8(liJi40c. according to quality, nice, r)U(27Uc. Cheee. 7'?8C a pound. MISCELLANEOUS. Culer half barrels, $f: barrels, S fA)dM. heann- medium navy, SI 5 ft 175 a bushel according to quality. Millet seed Herman, Instcre, 1 r!5 a bushel. Hide dry Hint. 12S i:lc; dry salt, 8?Ho;green,4e; green salt, 4(?rtc T-UliMo, 5c?rto. Hettit KC, 20(?22c Cotton-seed taken by the mills at 37 per ton. Lime. 1 per barrel; Kosedale cement, S2 10(22 lo; Louisville cement, 1 75. I i5 r TELEQIUPUA LOUISVILLE, April HO.-Klour quIeL Wheat quiei; reu ana aitiu -r. vitturri U4. corn nrm; while, Uric; mixed, 87 lac. Oats aciiva and mm; white, 2vc; mixed. 28c Kye dull, 5ic. Hay steady, P1 1 . Pork dull and lower. $10. Lid easier. cholceVeaf, tierca. 7(77l4e: choice leaf, keg. 84C. bulk meats quiet. 2t.5l(?4.t5(?4 lOc. Ba con steady. 4.t.1U( o 3-ic sugar-cured bams, cUfflUjc. Wclskystiady.Sl 01. CINCINNATI. EAprll ao. Flour steady: family. 84 5lrT50. Wneat In fair demand and mirku tlrm-.iedacd wnite, itlUJifltmii corn intctive and lower; No. 2 mixed, 87l42:iililC- OMs dull, 28lr?82e. pye dull. BtUiS. Bit ley dull and noinl 11. il. Pork quiet, 10. Lard quiet; cutrenl make, 5P."Cb'.d. Bulk meats quiet, but tirru, 4121? 4 700. Bacon steady and lirin, 4's, fclb;io-bC. W hisky steady and n ui, 31 01. NEW YORK. April 30.-Flour steady. Wheat higher; umcraded winter, red, SI 1)7 d 1 13. Uye hrm; No. 2 western, 57c Barley nominal. Malt dull. Corneisler: umrraded. 4"'l,s.?44c. Oats active and a shade higher; white, 82:13. Hay In fair demausj and market Huh, 40 45o. Cotlee steady. Siwarln fal r demand and market firm; fair togjod rrllulng, rils'f e.c. Multsses dull. Kice steady, with a fair demand. Pork weak; mess, $! Ifu? 0 25; old, S10 25. Laid weak; prime steam, 3.25c. Whltky, il t7l.t ST. LOUIS, April 30. Flour fairly active and a shade higher; doub'e extra fjll.S4 45(7 4 00: treble extra fall, S4 70.24 80: family, S4 00(2 5. Wheat very slow; No. 2 red fnll, sf 1 04 ca.-h. Corn very quiet; ixo. 2 mixed, 32t?3. Oats h'gher; No. 2. 2tHs c ish. Hye flrm-r, 48t548laa.iBarleydull; prime 10 fancy, 50(?5c. Whisky steady. 81 04. Pork quiet, SH 75. Lard dull and nominal. Bulk meals dull; car I its, lour-e, shoulders, 3. 40c; ooxeu, 3. 50o. Bitcon dull clear rlbj, 5.07(25.100 cash, 4 U7V?Uay, 5 10c June. CHICAt.O. April 30. Flour steady. Wheat In fair demand and prices higher; No. 2 Chicago sprlnir. POti'tWOc cash. Corn tnirly active aud a shade lilguer, : 1 : i iAt5 cash. Oals fairly HC.lve and a shade h' g lit r, 24l,5C cash. Rye Ilrmer. 47c Barley easier, Ii4(riiic f o k fairly active and a shade higher; S?4t 42l-j(?0 45 cash and slay. Sll 52t(20 55 June, 811 021a bid July. Lard moderately ative and higher; lie casn and May, tt 05(2 0.07 trjc June, tt.lOttti.l2lfee July. Bulkfmeats steady, 3.o5, 4 00, 4.80c whisky steady, 81 04. NKW ORLEANS, April 30. Floor quiet but firm; superMne, 8il; double extra, 83 75r?4; treble extra, 84 255; higher grades. So 25(75 85. Coin In tair Vnmnd, mixed, 40c; yellow, 47c; white scarce, hela at 48(7 5LIC. oat dull 34Wrt35e Cornmeal quiel, 82 25. Hy quiet but firm; prime, Slrt 50; cliolce. I8. Pork quiet; old, SO 25(?r U7VS: new, SIO 50310 75. Laid steady; tierce, H.tYc; keg, 714713. Bulk meats scarce and II ui; shoulders, loose, JAijO; picked. 840; clear ribs. 4Xjc; clear sides, 5c B-tcon stead 1 ; shoulders, 4'aC; cioir rib, 6vi;r?t'-:s: cleer, 5:14c Bugsr-cured hams dull; can vaned, 1 1-;. I PMj ;, as lu size. Whisky steady; west ern rectllied, 1 05i21 10. Coffte lu good demand; Jjbblng. ordinary to prime, lit'? Ho. Sugar quiet but steady; cummoii to good oouimon, 5;ri-K'; fair to fully fair, ('.K'TAtc; prime locholce. 5HaO4C: yellow cUrlllesl o-'27-iHC lloias'es dull and nomi nal; fermenting, kiilii iluc; coiiunon, 27c; fair, 80c; prime to clio'.c, 82i?35c Ulce In lair demand; Louisiana, ordluary to choice, &l,j(20c DICY GOODS. IBT TELEQR&PH. NKW YORK. April 80. Manufacturers' agents are making liberal deliveries of cotton goods, tic, on account of back orders, but new btieluess Is slug gisji. Cotton goods are firm. Prints are lu moderate demand and II rm. Ulnguams and diess goods are In mode: ate request. Heavy cssslmeres are more oc'.lve, aud overcoatings are In fair demand by clothiers. Fore'gn goods are In moderate riqucst. KIVEK NEWS. Klver and Weather. The table and dispatches lielow srive c fficial Liformatlon concerning the weather and rivers: nrr'i'w .(iwii- ar. e. a.. X. bmriut, If. e. A., f April UO, 18 7t. ( XKHPIllrl, Above lew water. Changes. BTATIOftS, Blee 1 Fall Feet inches 7 10 1 2 ""a" 0 " 4 4 5 "" 'i H inches ; uiches Cairo Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque, Helena. Ark... Keokuk Leavenworth . . Little Bock Louisville. Memphis. .. Nashville New Orleans.. Pittsburg Bhreveport..... 8t. Louis Vlcksburg 21 14 10 7 8 8 y H K 4 5 8 12 83 1 0 'Below high water mark ot 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YKSTERDAY. Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather. 7K)0 a.m. 80.03 70 Calm. Fair. 2 OO p.m. 3H U5 80 S.W. Kalr. OHIO p.lu. 2W.W5 tit N.K. Clojdy. Maximum thermometer. 82 dee. Minimum thermometer, 02 deg. Ha'niall during day In Inches, 0.23. II y Telegraph. NASHVILLE, April 30. Blver falling, with 4 feot m iueimii3, RPITTSBURG. April 30 -River 5 feet, and fail ing, w earner lair and pleasant. WHKELIND (W.Ya.1, April 80. Elver 7 feet 10 lncues, and Lining, weather-clear aud cool. NEW ORLEANS, April 80. Weather clear; ther mometer, 82 deg. Departed: fans c. bion, Clu clnnaii; n. P. Iialliday, tit. Louis. VICKSBURfl. April 30 Weather-clear; ther mometer, 82 deg. Klver falling. L'p: Colorado, noon, iiuwu: uoiuen crown, 8 a.m. LOUISVILLE, April 30. -River falling, with 7 feet 0 Inches In the canal. Weather-clear and pleas ant, iiepaitea: Ahoy uauin aud Kooort Mitchell, .inminaii. ST. LOUIS. April 80. River falling, 12 feet 4 ineues uy uie gauge. W eal her-cloudy aud cold. Arrived: Charles p. Chouteau, New Orleans. De parted: jonn a. oiaude, vu-ksburg. CINCINNATI. April 30.-Rlver 14 feet 0 Inches, and falling. Weather clear and cool. Arrived: Auuy uauui. Bi em pins: Kotit Mitchell. New nr. leans. Departed: James W. tiaff, Memphis; Uolden ci:y, iew i.irieaiis. CAIRO, April 80. Noon. Weather cloudy nnd co it. Arttveu: itrauu lower, au x.outs. n p.m.; city or V icksourg, icasourg a a.m ; isew aiarv llous- Ion. Cincinnati. 7 a hi : Uuldlug Star. New Orleans. 7 a.m. Departed: lirand Lake. New Ol leans. M p.m.; (iraud Towrr, Vlcksburg, 10 p.m.; . Hiding Star, Ctuclimall. 8 a.m.; City of Vlcksburg. et. Louis. 5 a. m ...Night Klver 21 feet 7 Inches, end railing. Weather cloudy; thermometer, tS4 den. Arrived: City of Alton. St. Louis. l p.m. Departed: new Alary Houston, New Orleans, & p.m. nsveaests at the Levre, ARRIVALS. C ishoma. Friars Point; Balle of Bhrevepoit. St Louis; Cols Millar, Cincinnati; Uiand Tower, 61 Louis. DEPARTURES. Belle of Shrevetiort, New Orleans; Coahoma. Fri ars roini; aiaumeiie, Arkansas uver; Hard Cash, iruiwmw; vsceuta oeuo, Osceola; Vlut Shltkie, ClnclnuutL IN PORT. Cons Millar, Grand Tower. BOATS DUB. 7ittvi New Mary Houston. rp-Cltyof Helena, Golden Rule, James ILward and Josie itirry. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Cincinnati Golden Rula, O. P. Shlukle master, n a.tn Vicksiirim .irand Tower, (ieorge Lenox mas ter, 10 a.m. St. Louis 5 p.m. -City of Helena, I. H. M'Kee master, Nf.w 0RLBAS9 New Mary Houston, Charles Mil ler master, 4 pm. Receipts Yesterday. Coahoma 1 3 1 bales cotton, 530 sacks cotton-seed, 50 brls oil, 27 sacks corn. 20 pkgs sundrlt-s. Belle of Shreveport-200 brls flour. 150 brls meal. 150 lacks oats, 10 Uercus ham, 24 head Sheep, 133 pkgs sundries. ,, , , . . tirand Tower-250 tons miscellaneous freight. Cons Millar 20e pkgs sundrlej, 225 dozen wash boards, Hi0 brls meal, 100 brls flour, 200 kegs nails. 25 brls lard. 105 buckets lard, 75 pkirs furni ture, 5O0 box-s sundries. 2 10 baLs bay. 1 50 empty oil barrels. 300 bJls paper. 250 pkgs stoves, etc ; 25 beer cases, 50 brls whisky. Levee Paragraphs. Business moderate. Packets departed with moderate trips. Receipts by river yesterday were 131 bales cotton and 530 sicks cotton-seed. The Marlln Fpced, Captain E. B. Smith, Is the Saturday packet for Arkansas river. A. J. MConuell. late clerk ot the Battle N owl and. has taken charge of the office of the Maumelle. The Josie Harry, Captalu Mill K. Harry, will ar rive to-day from White river, and returns Saturday, her regular day. The Cons Millar, Captain Win. Tlcheror, is the Saturday packet for all points on the Ohio river as rar as cincmnaii. sue is due down to-day. The Vint Shlukle departed last evening for Cin cinnati with 50O bales cotton, 250 barrels oil, a big lot 01 sundries, and a ralr trip ot passengers. The City of Helena, Captmi I. H. M'Kee. Is the Anchor line packet this evening at five o'clock lor Cairo and St. Louis, (ieorge Walton Is ber clerk. 1 he oraod lower, captain George .Lenox, is me Anchor-line packet this morning ai ten o'clock for leksuurg aud the Deuds. 1 nomas White, clerk. The Gjldeu Kule, Ca.italn O. P. dbinkle, passes up this morning ateigbt o'clock for all points ou the Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. W. U. Shaw, clei k. The Belle of Shreveport passed down yesterday for New Orleans with a good trip. She put 01T here 727 packages frelitht. and tiaued 1500 sacks oll- cukeand meal. The elegant passenger packet, Ni w Maiy Houston, Captain Charles Miller, passes down this evening at lour o clock tor ew urieansana an lniermeaiaie lundiiigs. EllloU Miller presides In the ohice. Old tiuv. trot iuihamed of Ihe fillbj condition of the levee, and seeing the authorities would do noth ing tried to get up a shower tbat would clean away its hastiness, but the effort was too feeble. When ever the rain commenced stirring up the mess It s'nelltd so bad the rain-god himself grew sick and q-.lt. Major John 11 irbln, superintendent of the Mem plus and Arkansas river mall line, received a tele grain yesterday morning from Pine Blurt lnfoimlng li 111 that the Katie Hooper lett there yesterday inornliik for Memphis, and will arrive hr re to-mor row morning, aud then proceed to Mound City, where she will be taken out on the ways to be re paired. Generally there Is very little rivalry In passenger transportation ou steamboat leaving this port, but occasionally nn Instance occurs. Two passenger agents collared a way rarer at tue same moment a day or two ago, who asked how tar It was to a certain laud lug down the river and how much the fare. One said It was thirty miles and he would send him down for two dollars. 1 he other said: "1 will make It a hundred miles and charge you only one dollar." The latter artist won, referred his passenger to the proper packet (only one leaving tbat day , and the sportive agents peeled their optlos for another Victim. The Blenslnjr of Mtraag Nerves Is recoverab e, not by the use of mineral sedatives, b'it by a recourse to effectual touts tn atment. Opi ates and the like should only be used as auxiliaries, aud then as sparingly as possible. Vigorous nerves are quiet ones, and the most direct way to render them so Is to reinforce the vital energies. That steillng lnvlgorant, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, will be found all sufllctent for Ihls purpose, since It en tirely removes impediments to thorough digestion and assimilation of the food, so lb it the body Is In sured lta due amount of nourishment, and conse quently of stamina. Rheumatic tendencies and af fections of the kidneys aud bladder are also coun teracted by the Bitters, which is besides a medicinal stimulant, Infinitely purer than the raw excitants of commerce, which react Injuriously upon the nervous system. WO.MIKBKtL CHASOKH have occurred In thl country during the last three or four ears, but none more wonderful than the Revo lution in Color, produced among thj Head of the People, by Chrtstadoro's Hair Dye. The history of the success of great discoveries af fords no parallel to the lilumpbs over competition anl prejudice accomplished by this powerful yt harmless vegetable agent, which instantaneously changes any obnoxious color of tbe hair into a black or brown as magnificent as any that heaven ever be stowed upon tne nean of man or woman. Manufac tured by J. CRISTADORO. No. 03 William street. New York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all tiair Dressers. A CaBD, To all who are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of youtb, nervous weakness, early decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. Tb's great remedy was discovered by a ml.-slonary in South America. Send a set f -addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. Ikman Satlinn D., Nip Tort Oily. PUBLIC LAWS-BY AUTHORITY. Chapter 30). AN ACT to l'mlt the jurisdiction of the Bartlett Circuit Court of Shelby county. Section 1. c if eiuu-t d by the General AnttiMyof the tfUite of Teniuxxte, That the Jurisdiction ot the Bartlett Circu t Court of Shelby county Is hereby withdrawn frjui all poi lions of ihe county soutn Of Wolf liver lu which 11 has heretofore exercised tbe rune; and heieafier the jurisdiction of the said e uit shall be exercioed In, and limited In, that por tion ot Shelby county lying north of Wolf river; provided, that this net shall not effect suits already brought In said Bartlett Circuit Cjurt. Sec 2. He it further enacted. That all laws or parts of laws In mnilict with thlj act, be aud th same a re hereby repealed. Sec 3. He it further enacted. That this act take effect from and after its passage, the public welfare relinking It . Passed March 28, 1870. H. P FOWKLE3, Speaker of the noi:se of Representatives. J. K. Nl! AL, Speaker of the Senate. Approved March 31. 1870. ALBERT S. MARKS, Governor. I, Charles N. Glbbs. Secretary of State of the Slate of Tennessee, ceiilly that the above is a correct copy or ao act ot tbe Geueral Assembly of the Slate ot of Tennessee, the original of which Is on nie In my olUce. CiiAS. i. GIBBS, Secretary of Slate. Chapter 31. AN ACT to repeal an act passed December 4, 1843, incorporating tbe town of Lafayette. Section 1. lie it enacted by lie General Asen bly of the ittute of Ti-nnesxte, That an act passed De em ber 4,1843, entitled "An act to incorporate the town of Latfqyette, In the county of Macon," be and the same Is hereby repealed; and all laws and parts or laws pertaining to taid corporation, be and tbe same are hereby repealed, aud said corporation abolished. Sec 2. lie it further enacted. That this act take effect from and after tts passage, tue public welfare reqidrlt.g it. Passed March 28, 1870. H. P. FOWLKES, Speaker of the House of Representatives. J. H. NEAL, Speaker of the Senate. Approved Vuroh 31. 1 87(4. ALBERT a MA1KS, Governor. I. Charles N. Glbbs, Secretary of State of the State of Tennessee, certify that the above Is a correct copy of an act of the General Assembly ot the State of Tennessee, tbe original of which Is on file In my office. CHARLES N. GIBBS, secretary of State. Chapter 0. AN ACT to provide revenue for the State of Tennes see and the cuutle thereof. Section 1. lie it tnactnt by the General AiaemMy of the t-UUe of Tennessee, That the State tsx on every one buxdred dol'nrs worth of taxable property shall be ten cents for the year 1879, and for eveiy tuose quent year thereafter. Sec 2. lie it further tiir!trt. That section 2, of chapter 81, of tbe acts of 187 i, entitled "An act to provide revenue for the State of Tennessee and the counties thereof," be and tbe same Is so amended as to read as follows: Tbat the several county courts of this Etate are authorized and empowered to levy an annual county tax not ti exceed thirty cents on every one bundled dollars worth of taxable property for general county purposes. Passed Maich 29, 1879. J. R. NEAL, Speaker of the Senate. H. P. FOWLKES, Speaker of the House oC Representatives. Approved Maich 3!, 1870. ALBERT a MARKS, Governor. I, Charles N. Glbbs, Secretary ot Slate of tbebtate of Tennessee, certify that tbe above is a correct copy of an Act of the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee, the original of which Is on file lu my otllce, CHAS. N. GIBBS. Secretary of Stale. JLlTIKMilSAPIIlX;. Stamped Checks ON ALL THE BANKS. S.O.TOOF&CO. PRINTERS, LITHOGRAPHERS BOOK-BINDERS, 15 Court St., IrleinplifL . HKITZEK. 3 "Screw the Flncer as Tight an you can, that's rheumatism; one turn more, thRfs trout.' Is a familiar description of tbess two diseases. Tbot'Kh each may and does attnek different parts of the system, the cau?e is believed lo be a poisonous acid In Ihe blood, l'urlfy this by the use ol Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient. It wlli do its work speedily and thoroughly. It Is Ihe great friend of the sufferer from rheumatism aud trout. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. St 'aAV 1 La.cl.ies Do you want a pure, bloom ing Complexion ! If so, a few applications of llagan's MAGNOLIA BALM will grat ify you to your heart's con tent. It does away with Sal lowness, Redness, Pimples. Blotches, and all diseases and imperfections of the skin. It overcomes the flushed appear ance of heat, fatigue and ex citement. It makes a lady of THIRTY appear font TWEN TY; and so natural, gradnal, and perfect are its effects, that it is impossible to detect its application. UNI KBTAK Kit. Undertaker, Kn S41 CeimA Htrert. wear latflle COTTOJf GIS. The Brown Cotton Gin. Clean the Seed tetter, Kau Lighter, Ohn Faater, and tti lew mcmey thM tmj other OU la the mar ket. verr nuwktoe fully and lecally guaranteed. Those machines aro made of tho best matt-risls, mid tho workmanship and finish are uuexcelitsi. Hits been awarded premiums at all the State Fairs, Ucorgia, Alabama, Texas, etc, etc Price List of (11ns, Feeders and Condensers. Payable during the Cotton Season. 1 0mh PrWofGtn,.!.h J'1 dmari-a. ' 30 Saw 9 7.00 t 97.W T20.00 35 " 87.BO 113.75 140.00 4't " 100.00 130.00 100.00 45 " 110.00 141.75 173.25 M " 120.00 152.50 lf.xoO 611 130.00 176.00 2- '2.00 70 " 140.00 1S2.00 231.00 80 " 160.00 2O6.00 2ju.i0 Boxed ready for shipment and delivered at our factory. Special terms to eafh purchasers. Send for circular containing testimonials from over two hundred live planters. Who bought aud used our macluues lant oeasou. From 13 to 1S we manufactured Oins at Cole umbue, Georgia, under the firm name of K. T. Tat lon & Co., niterivards Clemoss, Bbown & Co., and matli! what was then known as the Tirylor Gin. During the year liixl we removed to this place, where we have been exclusively cngnged in manu facturing Gins ever since. With long experience, tho beet tabor saving machinery, aud nkiiled work men, we possess advantages not enjoyed by any other manufacturer in our lino for producins.tho best work for the least money. Presses, Engines snd complete outfit funii.-ihed when deiri d. Addrees BROWS COTTON VIS '0., Sew London, Conn. IIOKSSKS AKD JULES. W. A. F AIRES, (8UCCKSSOB TO J. B. AND W. A. F AIRES.) Dealer 1b MULES and MOSSCS, 39 Union St., Near Postefflee, A GOOD selection of all classes of Horses and Mules constantly on hand. Everythlna sold hr me ct"enleetl 8 wrnil rtrtr. willeltMt JSAIiSAPAltlLLiA. K-Lt-rijrj ie-ris?-i .n Is a componnil of the virtues of sarsapnrilla, stilliiigia', niandrako, yellow doc-k. with the iodide of iKitash and iron, all powerful blood nmkinr:, blood-cleansinir, and lifi'-snstainini; elements. It is the purest, ; afest, and in every way the most eu jotual rative medi cine knoivn or available to t . pnlilic. The sciences of medicine aud r jujistry have never produced so valuable remedy, nor 0110 so potnt to cure nil tlii . isos resulting from iniiure Mood. It cures crofuIiL, and all scrofulous diseases, Krysipelns, Ko.se, or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples ami Kaee-grubs, I'ustiiles, lilotclies. Roils, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Salt ltlieum, Scald-head, Kineworiii, I'leers, Sores, Itheumivtism. IMercuriul Disease, Neti raljsia, Female Weaknesses and Irregu larities, Jaundice, Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, Emaciation, and General Debility. By its searching and eleansiner finalities it purges out the foul corruptions .vliich contaminate the blood, and cause derange ment and dec?y. It stimulates and enlivens the vital functions. It promotes energy and strength. It restores and preserves health. It infuses new life and vigor throughout the whole system. No sufferer from any disease which arises from impurity of the blood need despair, who will give Avku's Saksai-arilla a tair trial, lieinombei-, tho earlier the .trial, the speedier the cure. Irs recipe has been furnished to physicians everywhere; and they, recognizing its stte rior oualities, administer it in their practice. For nearly forty years Avf.h's Sausapa kii.la has been widely used, and it now pos sesses the confidence of millions of people who have exerienced benefits from its mar vellous curative virtues. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical ChedalstS, Lowell, Mass. . SOU) BY ALL ERUOOIST8 EVEltTWBtBS. MEDICAL. 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY., A T3uUrlY Mucafd tori locally qualitlrtl physician and LbS BUAt nuccctuful, his .nctice will proe. Cures pII forms of PRIVATE, CHHONIC and SXUAL DIS EASES. , , Spcrinatorrnea ana Impotency, tLts rr-nlt of Mir-abas io ynoth, exul eii;euef In mtv tarr ir, or otlior CiUos, nud yro&iciuq tome of tti; foU k.wioK Xerrousn, S-tinal Kniissious. night euiii- itDs b i reams). Diiun-is of Sitilit, Delt'tivp SJrtnoij iJby frs MK-ck,', PitcplesoD Face, Aversion t Society ol i"'Uia'.eif Cnfuk'Q of Idem, l-om of Bexnal lower, tc. rDiicnn mrritLre iu.prtiiwr or unhAppr are Uioroufthtr azul ptT3Ue nttitiT cured. SYIIIlij IS P"-UV,'1J cured tirviT miwatc fmi iha :.u-m: Gonorrhea, GLT( Stricture, Oicliiu. Herii.. oc Kutuiroi , tiln r.d oUter priYite dMMsua q'nrkW cured. H u elf-videut that a piiy defan wno pari srseefal tttentim to a wrtaiu class of liarie, aud trcattor thouMDtit an Du ally, arguirc frvat ikilL IMivsiciaos kuowinft thia fact off a rarommeud peraons to my oaru. When U ia tucomreoiest t vuti tne city for treauif-at, cjrdu-iue cao b aetit jKlTateiy n. ufaly by mail or eprei any w bare. Cures Guaranteed In all Cases undertaken. , . . Cuiia.tUoii wrvonally or by lettw free and Invited. Cbarga rvaMaatilc aod cbrreapoadeace MricUy oaoliiJaalials PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of 300 pares, tent to any ad ires, aeenrety aealed, far thirty CO) reuu. Should be rrtid bv ait. Addresa aa aboT. Vhja hour, from 9 A. M. to f P. If. 8fnq-v to 4 PBESCKIFTION TTV3R THK SPEEDY CtrBS of Seminal Weakness, Jj Lost Ilanhood and all disorders broiurht on by Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has tbe lngre dlenta. UK. JAUES CO., lHOWeet aixth atreet. Cincinnati. parsaparilia WELIilAMS & CO MAHIIJFACTUIIEiKS OP LUf B Kv a 111 SqZu 00 I DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS, FRUIT AND PACKING-BOXES ! OFFICE AND YAD: Corner Gayoso ami SecoTid Sts. Z. X. ENTF.B, Late etH. Flier A Co 1 1!!? 2? (SUCCESSORS Ts fstk.h. PIZER & CO) Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants. Fog. 1 1 and IS Union Street, ienrphis. Tenn, A. V Ate AKO. it. tA.CtA.ttO. A. VA00ABO & CO., ESL.'OETEKS AND DF.ALEKS III WINES, LIQTJOBS Ss OIGAS.S, Wo- lront street, Ivleisiphis. . CHICKASAW IRONWORKS HANDLE Sl IIVERMORE, Prop's, 98 Second &t.9 epp. Market Square, Menipliis. Honae Kronta, Wrought and Cast Fencing, all kind Iroa antt Rraan Caatloft-a. Cotton Premaea. Gln-GeailnR Pulleys, Hhaftlns. ItoltM. Pipe and Fittings, Brasa ioodt, tiov ernors. Engines, ttrnerul ttepalrn. and every tnina; in line of Foaodry or JUachine-ahop Wrk. NK HK lt.LliMTK.4TKI CAI AI,0liFA Jc T. FAR jASO.N JAiiSA.. I1UAT. ail I fa4 u. WHOLESALE Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front nr l Clinton Sis., MempliiM. FULiEH (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, ScKAI & CO.) W JLIOT i-FIQ A T . Grocers. Cotton Factors And C&mmission Merchants, Wna. 371 and 373 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. II. It. Corhras. B. A., itaiener. Cochran MASIFACTIKERS OK Lumber, lath and Shingles, Doors, Haeib and UlLods. and all kinds of Paeklns Boxes. OlTlce and Yard, foot of WaeLlngton bU Saw and Planing JSilLi, North end Satj T t Memphis. Tennessee, A. C. TKEAmYELL. A. B. TKCADWEXL. i.C.&iJ. THE AS ML km (SUCCESSORS TO A. a Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 11 Union Street, MeinpHi?, Tenn lyccrrslgnments of Cotton solicited and Liberal Advances made on same. All Cotton Insured vfhlle In more, as well a that connlirned to ti. b? rt": unless otherwise Inttnieted. NAFOLEOX HILL, S, FO(XAl5E, HILL. & liU. CottnnFaGtflrs&WliBlBsalB Grocers AKE3TS FOlt THE CELEBIIATEIJ 33. nA-FtTTPrra OC5C3Sr-arXIr. Noh. 296 and 298 Front street. Memphit. Tenn, i i Kos. UG3, 165 Washington St. MANUFACTURERS OK AND CEALE3S IN Flooring, Ceiling, Siding and Dressed Lumber OF all klndi. DOOB3, SASH BUND3, WELL description. SHINGLES, J. Kt GODWI. L. I. UL'LLIS.S, Jr. n. u uuvv in cEuu. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 338 Front street, corner Union, Memphis. Particular attention given to the handling of cotton wfelle in shed V. C. PEARCE. L. B. Cotton FaGtoro and No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tcnn, 1ATIC1T1AR ATTESTIOJT IAI TO THE SALE OFCOTTOH WTJBA .TI W H I P. LINE UNITED STATES AND BOTAL MAIL STEAMER?, Sew Vork to tueentowa St Liverpool . Every Thursday or Saturday. City of Berlin, S4yl.tons. City of Monti eal.4490 Ins City of Klchmond, 4H07 City of Brussels, - 8775 City of Cheer. - 4nritl City of New York,- 8f00 lbese maiailflcent steamers are among the strong est, largest and fastest on the Atlantic and have every modern tam.rovment, including hot and cold water and electric beiis in staterooms, revolving chain) in saloous, bath and smoking-rooms, barber shops, etc. For rates nt passage and other Informa tion, apply to JOiifl a. DALS, Aeent, 81 Broadway, Mew York, or to THUS. F13BKR, Km met Bank, Mempuls GLES AD LATH SAWMILL AND YARD: North Front Street, TonnoBSoo" JAMKH It. lOt., nenphla. All As' CO A IS V AtX'A KC. C. Call El. S. S. TCEADWELL TBKADWELL 4 BBOS.) JEKOXE HILL a CUB3INO, UIN QEABISG and rough Lumber of eve LATHS, ETC. S. M. McCALLUM Commission Merchants illACIHNlMTM LEWIS & TCOIIAH, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. BLACK3MITHING of all kinds. Copper and Sheet-Iron Workers. Khop Aflams rw near tbe river, MEMPHIS Tenn., All work done promptly. na or niguu xeims cau. iteniuDce, .o. MO Promenade. Our shop will be open daily from this date, all or ders lor worn wn i oe prompur aiienaea to. October 15. 1878. LKWid & THOMAS. BURTON & CO 91. A. Coehraa, k Co., ft 53 ffJS PROSPECTUS. Howard Ass'r REPORT, NJ"0W ready for the Printer, will contain Full Be- -J-l nnrta nf all nfflnmi of thn Aunetntlon. with a List of over Five Thousand Citizens of Memphis who died during the Epldetnl i of 1878. Also contain Lis of the names of Contributors of Donations, both In money and supplies, received from tbe 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 tbe Held and sell only by subscription. I'lllUE. BO. Delivered April 1st. Orders 'will re ceive attention If seat to Howard Association, SO. 10 MADISON STREET, JEWELRY. WITH O. A. BESS AC, 263 STREET, Cor. COURT, HEHrjlI3, - - TENNESSEE. A LABGK LINE OF NEW GOODS! Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Sil rerware, French Clocks and Fancj Goods. JOBcSEB OF AMEKICA1V CJLOCKS E&BepaIrlng of Watches, Jewelry and Clocks promptly e.iienoed lo.ij HUH 31 Kit II KNOUT. 1UKA SPRINGS IHIotels T. B. AYDLETT PBOPRIKTOB. THI3 house has been thoroughly renovated and newly-furnished, and tbe pro. rletor Is row ready to receive and accommodate guests. Terms fur nisned upon application to tne proprietor, special terms offered to tnose who wlsn to take rooms for tbe season. ORKNEY SPRINGS, SHENANDOAH COUNTY, . V1KG1X1A. The Finest Collection of Mineral Waters in the World for Value and Variety of Medicinal Properties. THE Chalybeate, Alum, Sulphur. Iron-Sulphur, Healing, and the renowned Bear Wallow Spring, all having distinctly different medicinal properties, are lo be foano in the Orkne, co.lectlon. FIRST-CLASH HOTKL ACCOMMO- UATIO.VI. for sever hundred and fitly people. Col. J, F. CAKE, late of Congress Hall. Caie May, now of Metropol itan Hotel, Washington City, Manager. AMPLE HTABLK KOOSX for private teams, and a well supplied livery for the use ot the guests. MIX ERA I. BATHS, Tub, Shower and Plunge. Every facility afforded those seeking Health, Comfort and Pleasure. The WOXIiF.KFlIL Ll'RAY CAYERSils are situated within a few hours drive cf Orkney, to wnicn a line ot rarK wagorettes win run dally. Board per Day $ 2 50 Board per Week 14 00 Board per Mouth 45 00 Special contracts made with families and parties. F1VK HOCUS KY RAIL from Washington via the Baltimore and Ohio or Virginia Midland Ballroads. THKOCGUA KOISD-TKIPTICKETH Issued from all points North. West anrj South. Good from June 1st to November 1st. VISITOR Kit Oil aiF.npnis will procure tickets over the Memphis and Charles ton Railroad. PARK WAKOS ETTES (or private carriages to order) will be In waiting on arrival ot trains at Mount Jackson to convey passen gers over a shad; and easy-grade turnpike road to Orkney. SKlSO.Vof 1879 Will OPEXJCSS 15. but all who desire to visit Orkney earlier can be ac commodated by giving one week's notice after May 1 t. Address, for descriptive pamphlets and ether information, tbe Preprleloi s at Orkney Springs, or the Manager at Metropolitan Hotel. Washington City. JOMN A. PtKKF.K, fr.ii'r.. Beersheba Springs, GRUADY COOTY, TEXS., On Top of Cumberland Slountalns. THIS mrumlflcent and delightful watering place having been purchased, aud entirely renovated and reliited by the undersigned, will be ready for tbe reception of guests by the 15th of May next, and continue open the entire year. Apiieallrg to their past reputation and character, as gentlemen snd hotel proprietors, tbey confidently expect a lull share of southern patronage. Bound-trip tickets, arter the nrst June, can be obtained at the various lailroad ticket offices. Tkkms scii, pr month: 810 per week: S2 per day. Children (under 12 years) and servants, half price. CHAS. E. SMEDES, late of St James Hotel, N. 0., JAS. M. M AKTIN. of New Orleans. Proprietors. Bedford, Va., Alum & Iron Springs WATER, MASS and PILLS, FOR certain forms of dyspepsia, diseases peculiar to females, chronic diarrhea, bronchial, scrofu lous and cutaneous affections, disorders of the Uver, Biaueys ana maauer. aeonuy, malaria ano neaaacne. Equal to any water of Its rlass known to me. Hunter M'Guire, M.D., Virginia. Satisfactory In uterine diseases and In malarious conditions. G.W. Vail, M.D., Ohio. Efficient In dyspepsia and nervous diseases arising from Impure blood. G.T Harrixon. Acta York. Used with success In certain diseases peculiar to females. B.lioemer, M.D., Missouri. Beneficial in malarial fever aud diphtheria. 3.F. Dupnn, Georgia. Invaluable in scrofula. W.J.Gilbert, M.D.,Korlh Carolina. Be:ommended as a prophylactic In yellow-fever districts. D.R.Fairejc, il.D , Louisi'ina. The summer season of these springs begins June 1st. Terms, S30 per month Carriages meet visitors at Forest or Lawyers, each four miles from springs, upon advice of arrival. Accommodation uuequaled. All the comtorts and attractions. Skillful resident physician . PH1GES. lFVifrr Thlity cents per gallon; $4 per case cf one dozen Dalr nallon bottles; 2 25 for five gallon cask; S4 for ten gallons; $7 for 20 gallons on board cars at Lynchburg. Virginia. Max Fifty cents and il per bottle; 82 50 and $5 for half dozen sent postpaid. This mass is the water soll Jlhed, and contains all the curative prop erties of the water in redubed space. Pills -Twenty-live cent, f0j and SI per pickage, or 81 2.", S2 f0 and Si postpaid. These pills con slst of the mass in sugar-coated pill lorm to suit delicate conditions Sample supply sent free to any physician desiring to use It in practice. Pamphlet free upon application. This remedy of nature Is In dorsed by the medical profession and attested by re sults In thousand of cases curing the last twenty seven tears. Address A. M. DAVIKS, President of the Company, 78 Main street. Lynchburg, Virginia. Round-trip tickets from points north and south at reduced rates. fr-riold by B. BATTIER and S. MANSFIELD, Meinphtel ELK1iATN 1 91 SI K ft R KMOltT. Board trs for the summer will be received by Mrs. Jno. C. Stockton, at "The Brook," near Charlottesville and University ot Virginia. Beautiful grounds, lanre alrr rooms, best of tare, everything fresh from the farm, strong sulphur and Iron water near the house, and the purest freestone. Carnage and horses for use of guests to take them to church. Terms. 825 per month; children and servants, 12 50. Address MRS. STOCKTON, as above. Reference: Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Pickett. 81 Adams street. Memphis. Blount Springs, CIEAOSf OF I7t! NOW OPEN FOB VIS llOHs! Seclal arrangemenis for board at re duced rates will be ma'le with parties wishing to come early. High lu tbe mountains ot north Ala bama; entirely Irf-e trora all malarial Influences. Best mineral waters on the continent. All chronic dlsea.es successlully treated, liyspepsla a special ty. The most accessible resort In the south. Less than ten hours irvin Aiempuis; one ciiauxe or cms, At neentnr. Refer to Colonol Sam Tate, Memphis; J. P. Hous ton. 31 Madison street, Meinpnis. For fuither particulars, airires M. . HOLT, Proprietor. AD31LMSTRATOKS SALE. Administrator's Wale. trtu t ..t I nuiillA niinlinn tn Iha hlffVlMt hl1 In iLiij 9rii( ui i'uwkv w r" der, all the household tflecu. couNistliw of par- i i nw4 lihan fnriittnm aIma A. lilt of sprinKandlarm wkmis. lutlk waKons, furniture CaTSt OUKglCn IIU cuilcinca, an ucw, ut.vuhiur iu the estate of Pbil Maurer, deceased. 8ale to take place at No. 207 Poplar s ret, between the nortU market and Higli street, on Wtdnesday, May 7. 1879, HI Kill U (IVVA Hililt A. WABNEKE, Administrator, Dr. D. S. tJolinson's PR3VATK Medical iispeii8ary No. 17 JEFFERSOS STREET, Brtweei Slain &nd Front, SIcrapisls. KlSTABLISaKD 1H 18H3. "pvlt. JOHNSON is ayr.o-.ieiatl by all rrtl?s lr. -LV terested as by far the most sceceysfu! piiyft'eian in tbe treatment of private or secret d seasf 4. Quick thorough and permanent cures guaranteed m evpty ease, male or female. Recent vases of UonorrhfH and Syphilis cured tn a few days, without tbe nse cf mercury, cbang of diet, or hindrance from business, tiecoiuiary Syplillls, the last vesfjee eindlcated wilb. out the nse of mercury. Involuntary loss of semen topped In a short time. Sufterera Iioui tmpotercy or loss of sexual powers restored to tree vlor q h few weeks. Victims or self-abnse and excessive venery, Buffering from spermatorrhea ejid loss of physical and mental power, speedily and penna cently cured. Particular attention paid to the Deseases ot Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remldles Piles and old sores cured without the use of cau. tie or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by expreea to all parts ot tbe coon try. Office hours from 8 a. m. to Q p, m. Sundays from U to 6 p.m. n. . 4MHW1N. M.r. NOTICE. SPECXAX,Jtf OTICE ! AYKES'IJUILOIXW. 74 Second Street Memphl, Tenn- MRS. SPEED and Mrs. SNEED, two ladles of ex perience, have secured a lease on the ' AY RES BUILDING," opposite Court pquare, where tbe trees are in bloom nnd the beantitu! fountain playing. Tbelr rooms are large, well ventilated, and newly furnished; large halls, and six ways of escape; no danger from fire. They propose to keep a hrst-class boardlngtionse f tr fatnl tes and tlay-bo.irders. Reg ular meals will be furnished lawyers, merchants tu.d gentlemen, and ladies visiting the ally, at very low rates. Notice to Contractors. BID 3 will be received for laying the foundation in brick for a new church for the Congregation of A very Chapel, In the taxing-district of Memphis. Plans and spec llicalions can be seen at the studio of JAMES a COOK, ARCHITECT, 117 Lldden street, to whom for fur' her Information apply. The right Is reserved cf rejecting any and all bids, and a cash contract will be entered Inlo with tbe successful bidder. Sealed bids to be deposited with T. W. Wa.hlng ton. Memphis postofllce. on or before tue 10th day cf May next, at 12 o'clock. Notice of Partnership. TI. OLIYEB having been admitted as a partner . In the Carriage Business of tue old firm of WOODRUFF 4 CO., the business will herenfier be conducted in the name of W.JODRL'FFA OLIVER. A. WOODRUFF. J. K. OL1VKR. Notice to Delinquents. f pHE delinquent list of State. County and Railroad JL Taxes, from 1K05 to 175 inclusive, are In my hands for Collection. In every case where a wilt of possession is authorized. Ihe same will be Issued and placed in tbe nanus of tbe sheriff to be exe cuted. In case, where other steps are authorized, the same will betaken, and levies niuue in accord ance with the following acts of the legislature, to which 1 respectfully call the attention ot all parlies interested: ACTS OF 1875, CHAPTER 103, SECTION 6. "That said back tax-collector shall have all the powers to enforce collections of said uniiaid taxes tbat were possessed by the various revenue eol'fetors of the Stale on tbe first day of January, 1 875. and his right to levy or distrain and sell personal or real ftmperty belonging to delinquent tax payers, shall exist so long as such taxes remain unpaid." In order to avoid annoyance and add llonal costs, parties should see tbat there are no delinquent taxes against them or their property, as In many cases I can only give notice to property owners through their tenants. I respectfully atk all iieisons desiring to arrange and settle their taxes to call on me before the wilts are placed in the bands of tbe sheriff. Bespectlully, C. WEATHKRFoHD, Stale and County Agent ana B-ick Tax-Colleetor. The Hamburg-MajrtleburgFir. THE above-named company, of Hamburtr. tier many, began business In the Ea-itern and West- era Departments U. S. A In September, 187ft, and since that tune, nas received in premiums 5514:1,000. Tne company has a paid tin capita! ninountluz to 8U25.000. end assets S175,fn); total, 8X00.000. Its deposit tn tbe fetdfeor Jew York Is .S20.COO. Its risks tn this country will be protec.ed by the Old Maedebure F'lre Ir suranee Company, whose Income during the year 1878 amounted ttj over Stt.00O.0O0: also, by the Magdeburg Re Insurance Company and the Magdeburg General Insurance Company. Tbe combined assets of the three companies lat-namert amount to gl5,5:f2.5fi:-l. This protection is in ad dition to that furnished by the capital and assets of the Haniburg-Miigiiebur. This fact, when gener ally known, cannot fall to attract t the company a liberal snare or patronage in America, inr com pany will Issue policies ot insurance on all classes of Insurable property. bitiiii a hiksi'm, Agpnrs, No. '2U Main strt. Momnhis. Tenn. fltO ftSSJOS AL. W. P. BOND. W. It. LEJOH. BONI & laEIGIff, Attorneyx-at-Lavr, HIMt tWM VI I.I.K. - - - TPWl'miVK DR. ROBERT E. RICHARDSON, ok kick: 175 Main St., MEMPHIS. RKSIRKSCK: 70 .. FWth St., CHELSEA. Refers, by permission, to Judrre H. T. Filet, Malor Nlles Meriwether. Rev. R. H. Mabou, Mr.F. W. Sher- rl 11. Rev. wm. K. Boses. D. D. Dr. A. A. nurleson. Mr. K. K.Clarke, Mr. R.(i Cralu'. Rev. E M. RiebardsoD. MSr-Oalls iert at tiOODXilAH o Irt;g fctore will have prompt attention. IIISTKIISUTIOX COJU'AXY. URANO DISTRIBUTION! Commonwealth Distribution Co. By authority of Commonwealth of Kentm-Ky. drawing and details under supervision of prominent citizens of Kentucky, in the city ot Louisville, on Natnrday, Hay 31, Ko Scaling! No Postponentent .' Prizes Paid in Full! A V C M.tl'4 I W A J "Its. 8112,400 IX CASH DISTRIBUTED. TIC KITS OX1.T . Unparalleled soccers of ihe popular drawing?. Bead the following attractive list of piUes for the MAT DRAWING: 1 Prize 8 SO.' OO 1 Prize 16.000 1 Prize f.,000 10 Prizes S10 10 each lO.tKH) 20 Prizes 500 each lO.lrOO 100 Prizes 100 each 10,000 J 0 Prizes fiOeach 10,01)0 r0j Prizes 20 each 12.000 1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000 APPROXIMATION FR12K3. H Prizes $MiH) each 2,700 t Prizes 21 W) each 1,800 9 Prizes 100 each U00 1PH0 81 12,4)0 Whole Tleket. 4. Half Tieketo, VI 27 Tickets. 850. 55 Tickets, S100. Bemlt by Postofllce Money Order, Registered Let ter, Bank Draft or Express. Full list of drawing pub llsued In Louisville Courier-Journal and New York Heraltl, and mailed to all ticket-holders. For tickets and information address COMMONWEALTH Dm TKIBVT1CS CO..CT T. J. COM If ER FORD. Sot-'r. Cotirter-Joirn.,l RulMlng. L'.'.nsMlle. Kenturky. For further lnto.-iuaiioii. apply to west Court street MemnliM. Tentie-st-e ciiaK(;ek' ale. Clianeery Sal or Keal Estate. N0;2521 Chancery Court of Shelby county John C. Lanier vs. Uajoso Savings Institution et ai. BY virtue of an Interlocutory d-cree tor sale, en tered in thetbove causecn the l.Sth day of Jan uary, 1870. I will sell, at public auction, to the bluheM Wilder, In f mnt of the Clerk and Masters oftlee. Courthouse EullO'.ng, Main strett, Memphis, Tennessee, on ttatnrday, 39 ay 17, 1H70, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby counly, Tennessee, to-lt: Block No. 11, composed of lnt.i 1,2. li, 4 and 5, fronting 60 and 72 feet on Post avenue; and lots i", 7, 8, it and 10. fronting on Valley avenue 00 ana 72 feet, and running back tn depti 150 feet. Also, block No. 14, coinliosed of lots 1,2. 3, 4 and 5. fronting on Valle avenue, and 0,7.8 H and 10. fronting on Pine avenue, each rtO and 72 ff-et bv 150 feet in depth, and being between Overton and Vance streets, about lMk miles east ot Court Squure aud. part of tbe Lanier Homeplaee, Terms of Sale Cash. This April 18, 170. R J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Este Elliott. L. Lentherinan, et al.. Solicitor. UAKKItlilTCV. In the District Court of the rolled States for the Western District of Tennessee In bankruptcy In the matter ol Joseph D. M'Craw. bankrupt At Memphis, on this lrtta day of April, IHlV. N OIICE is hereby given to the creditors of said bankrupt, that by order f said Lltrirt Court a first dividend meeting ot the creditors of said bankrupt will be held at Memphis, Tenn., In said district, on the 20lh day or April. 1.S7H. at 11 o'clock a m ,ut tbe onlce of T. J. Latham. F.-'q.. o.ie of tbe Beglsters tn Bankruptcy in said district, for the purposes named in tbe 27tlt section of tin act of congress, entitled "ii act lo establish a uniform system of bankiuptcv throughout the United Status," approved March . I8II7. A. W.OTIS. Assignee. LSLVKSiCV. Insolvent Aotiee. 3280 In the Chancery Court of 8helby county, Ten- Dessee John F. M'Callum, Adrn'r of W. D. M'Cal- lum, ilec'd, vs. Samuel Win free et ai. It appearing fioni an order ot court In this cause that this is a proceeding Instituted to wind up and settle tbe estate ot W. b M'Callum, deceased, as an Insolvent estate, under the Invjivent laws of the State of Tennessee: It Is therelore ordered. That all parties claiming to be creditors of said estate make their apiiear ance herein, at the courthouse in Memphis, Term., within the time allowed by law, nud have ibemselvt-s made pnrttes hereto and file aud e.-taMl.h tlielr de mands, or the same will be foreter bant-d; and that a com of this order be published orWea week, fir lour successive weeks. In tbe Memphis Appeal. This lath day of April, 1870. A copy Attest. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. By E. B. M'Hkkky. Deputv Clerk and Master. Flnlay & Peters, Sols, for Complainant. thu r