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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATUBDAT, APEIL 16, 1881.
AILWAY RECORD. IVrrlval and Ieoartare f Trains. inson the Paducah and Memphis road mom Hows: Mall lcavesdally t S::w p.m.: freight a daily at 9:.n a.m. Mall arrive daily at f.m. : fn-ixht ai rives dally al4::J p.m ina on the Memphis and Little Hoc road mow Hows: Passenger leavesaaiiy uii.miiutui s daily, ex.-'pt Sunday, at 6:IW a.m. Pasjen nrrive daily at 10:i p.m.; freight arrive '. except Hunday, at 6:4.p.m. in on the Mein phis and Charleston road move Hows, city time: Mail leavea daily at 11: : fast mail and express leavea dally at :00 Mail arrive daily at 11:45 a.m: fast mail and si. arrives daily at S:V2 p.tn. Bomervtlle ac uodation leaves dally, except Sunday, at 4:40 : riomerville accommodation arrives daily, ex- ini on the Lotilsvilleand Nashville road move Hows: Fast mail arrive dally at 5:'Aa.m.. s at 10:r0 p.m.; mail leaves dally at 7:35 Brownsville accommodation leavea dally, t Sunday, at4:0.r p.m. ; mall arrive dally at .m. : Brownsville accommodation arrive J uat- fccept Sunday, at8:40 a.m. Saturday the ex- runs.onty to at aenue, conuectui in on the Miiilppl and Tennessee road i an follows: Mall leavea dally ai lar.ai p.m. ; accommodation leaves daily, except Huiiday, 5 p.m. ; freight leave daily, except bnnday, Hi a.m. Mail arrives daily at lu:I0a.in. ; oarun nmo lat. on arrives dally, except Bimiiay, ai a.m.; freight arrives daily, except Sunday, at .w. PCRSOXAL ASD VEHIBtL. lie electric light iu theSt.'Louis tunnel U atest. organ, the only county in Ohio that ha ill road, If likely to get one soon. ne Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi i have perfected arrangement for a grand re- .n at In-lia:iap;ilis May 7th. nator Mahone, former president of the ,oc1 All mile, Mississippi and Ohio railroad, emloncd the court for SliVOOi) allowance for ear ul try. Pretty good pay lor running a I iu lb? ground. aldwell & Netley have been awarded the ract lor constructing ine nrst zt nines ni me uiro, Texas and jtcxlcau Central railroad, meiit Hale says that ;l mile of the road will impleted by September 1st. ir. Jolin Scott, Rcnernl manager of the .aiua lireat Kotitheru railroad, sailed last r.l:iv f-r Kumiio. to tie absent several months. .ill probably Interview the Krlanger syndicate e there relative to that Ne Orleans couuec- he St. Isui and San Francisco Railroad pany, through Captain O. W. Kogers, general tager, has dos-Ht a contract 'with the Joliet i Mteel works for rails for the southwestern iphuf that roasl from Pien-e City, Missouri, to as, Texas. This line la being vigorously .ml, and will be completed to Fayettcville, auras, by J use 1st. A Bos I of Two Usages. 'ukblo, Coi-, April 15. The Denver and (iraiidu Rsllnaid company have begun the k of laving the third rail between Denver and i.lo. this will give Denver another broad ,e connection with the east, west and south via Atchison, Topekaaud Santa Fe lines. The pro t Denver ami New Orleuus road must be serl- ly embarrassed by this, as It 1 precluded from llllcrenanutf OI DUWtieas Rl lis lliwnKViuni ai Junta with the .Atchison, Topeka and ta ", by reason of the existing ten year er ;ement, and iu route in Colorado can furnish ocl Ir.illi.-. as It i across uiiluh.iMted plains east of tlie mining districts which supply incss The p-oposed scheme i here regarded him. r cil. Rnllroad Karnlam for March. Ui'he glooiuv expectation in regard to rail- d earning fur M ircn. wnicn street reports nao are happily disappointed by the official irns. Forty-two mad rcKirt earniiigsof 814, vi In that moiitli, against 1:)..I2.1cio in the ie month of lwsl, when business of all kinds, uiative as well as legitimate, and foreign us 1 as domestic, was active beyond all precedent, enty-slx, or nearly two thirds of these railroads rt lucreascd earn ngs iier mile, and on some ably the Iron M iiiituiii. International and ni Northern. Houston and I exus central ami i vers ml Klo tiramlu tils Increase is jeniark y large. At the same time the do:rease In nc nil the roans in tne iar norinwesi, which c been most atU-eied by the severe storms, ves to be much nailer than was expected. is a favorite device In the street to assert that lal return are fraudulent and laise, uor la it Millie f r the public to be sine that In any par liar case they are not? Hut If any statement Is In bellmvil. certainly the official statements. ti ll mud be made tosipiara with accoiiuta at end n. u year, are entitled al least to as inucn lence as tha assertions of interested siKWulatora o can never be called to account for thera afur rd. Tha evidence of the railroad reporta, more- r, I generally wen sustained oy ine recoiu oi Ik exchanges, wiilcu snow lor me nio:iui ui rvh. In comparison with the extraordinary re- rns of Man:h, l.o, a deeruaae oi lii percent. Milwaukee and of 1.3 per cent, at i-ni- . with an increaae oi li a per cem. IKiston. 0 . ts-r i-ent at Phtladclphi, r.-r cent, at ILi lilmore. '29.9 Dereeut. all ru 1ivi .kt cent, at t'iticliTuati. ; 5 ucr rent, al iilsrllle, S." l.'r cent, at New Orleans, ft. 7 per it. st St. Louis, vi ih.t ceut. at iiiiiiauapuiis, o. r rent, at Kansas City and V9 percent, at Ban tncisfvi. Tue evl'leiica t conctu-ave mat. in ! of storms, the ib-crease in volume of business s be.'it eomparatlvelv small in the northwest. ille the Increase o.ia u-vn remariauiy targe ar at everywhere else. FINANCE AND TRADE. FIXAXCE. Place of husinea were open yesterday, but there was little doing on account of the holiday, and the banks had nothing to communicate, ex change rates at our hanks were as follows: Buying New York and principal eastern polnta. demand, at par, premium selling; New England and other Bjinta, carrying day' grace, H discount: New rleans, J4 discount. Money is loaned at 6as per cent. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. Clearing. Balance. April I.". 4 1W.7U6 AO 34,:f2 44 Thus far tins week 7,4:i 20 SlYlMi 37 Same time laat week W4.7U7 87 14U,al W) Same time last year 74.4 32 11.307 49 I BY TELEGRAPU. PA RfH, April 15. Rentes, 83f. 40c. COTTOJT. Cotton telegram there were none yester day, as liood Friday is not a day of business in im portant business cities. In onr market there was a little spirt ties inquiry, and a little cotton changed hands. The New York Jlulirtin, of Wednesday, says: "There was an inclination to attribute the how of II nut less to bad weather report from some sections of the west and southwest a a factor likely to an Inert ased body of water in the river, but the alann was neither serious nor geueral, and the desire to cover made but title display. Indeed, it would seem thai the purely upeeulative 'short' lute rest is small, and that the bulk of the out standing engagements os the present crop are pro tected by actual cotton under control, while on the new crop the ventures are indifferent, awaiting fuller and clearer developments respecting the planting, etc. Foreign accounts were rather uime to-day, and the movement of supplies at the ports, etc., about equal to expectation." Yattrday. Day orore Ordlnarv -t 7 9 1 Good ordinary a 8 3 Low middling m v'4 Middling. ... 10?i mwy. Good middling U all Stains and off colors Low ordinary, 6c; Ordi nary, 6',,c: good ordinary, 7u; low middling, middling, c. Market steady. Sales, 4uu btJcv, all to spinners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. Stock, September L 1880. 6,:WI Reoelved to-day 1,277 Received previously 4.117 4.U,:an Shipped to-day Shipped previously Stock, runslng account IMPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far last week Since September bit .. 2.419 ..3B7,tHi 4H7.778 37U.301 COM .... ti.lMO 4.11,34 PORT OF MEMPHIS. HTEAMERS LEAVI.V TO-BAY. See Advertisement. 1 Cincinnati Br. Franklin, Tichenor. S p.m. New Orleans.... John A. 8tider, t'arter, ." p.m. Arkansas River. Katik Hooper, Nowland, 6 p.m. St. Francis Rivr.RKNE Macready. Joplin,5p.m. St. Louis Colorado. McPheeU-rs, 5 p.m. White River Joara Harry, Harry, 5 p.m. WILL LEAVE AS ADVERTISED. Vicksbtirg.. ..Comtoswr.Ai.TH, Sunday, 10 a. m. Memphis A Charleston R. R Mississippi and Tennessee R. R. Louisville it Nashville Great Southern R.R.. Memphis it Little Rock R- R Paducah k Memphis R. K............... ri Learners Wagons and other source Total. 214 :ti 171' I'M 7 100 1,277 EXPORTS. Thus far this week . Thus far last week. Since September 1st Mem phis and Charleston R. R MtMissippi and Tennessee railroad... Louisville and Nashville G. S, R. R - Seamen north Steamer south ................................ . 11.08 . 11,792 370,301 818 . 50 D88 KB 1(10 )hia, I'itts Total.... 2,419 GENERAL TRADE. Business was a alight affair yesterday; it was a holiday, and there were no arrivals of pro duce by river, so that nothing of imjKirtanoe was doing. Com retained it price. Potates were rather higher . Eggs were steaker. Tierce lard wo quote higher. Hog products were again higher, and still advancing In the tint markets. Quotations below are for round lota at the landing and at in. railroad depots, and Include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charge up to the time of ar rival. Jobbing and store sales are at higher rates, as they Include drayage. storage and profit of the dealer. FEED Corn sale of lra sacks shelled at fioV; in store, lUfCTe, OaU last sale at 4"c. llrau quoted at f 17'u0: In store. 97c(51 per cwt. flay sale of dray-load lots at f24 lor choice tim othy; in store, $1 101 20 per cwt. FLOUR Flour treble extra, 5; family, 3 50(3 75. choice, (6; fancy, K Z"ii 60. CORN MEAL Sales at 12 80; in store, ti 90 a-2 9J: Ht. Iuls at 12 80. FRUITS AND BERRIES Apples In store, 12 7.'X93 ',, according to quality ; sale of 100 barrels mall at ti 4S; Splubergens and Rome -beau lies, 11(44 50. Orangem Messina, CI U(3 AO, ac cording to sire of box. Lemons, & 50 per box. Cranberries In barrels. t8J; half-barrels, $4 50 (Sjo.Cocoauuts. t3 6034 a hundred.- Bananas, tl 50 (gl 50 a bunch. POTATOES sale of 100 barre's choice peach blows at f t .Vi. Sweet potatoes in store, t3 oO lor yellow yams: $2 75 for queens. VEGETABLES Onioi a In store, 1595 25 a barrel ; .onion seta, $7 a bushel. Cabbage Louisi ana, ti4 50 for fresii. EttOS AND BUTTER Eggs easier at VMS 20c Butter common, 12flloc; medium. lsiOi-; choice western, 24ijli6c. oleomargarine, 14al8c per lb. CHEESE Factory at Il12o pcrpouud; cream, 14415c; Young America, 16c POULTRY Cniwken at 13 MAS 75. Duck. A CAIiD. To all who are suffering from the errors and li orations of youth, nervous weakness, early.de- y, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe thai 11 cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great raedy was discovered by a missionary in Sontl merles. Bend a self-addressed envelope to tlx Insrps T lnmsn. Station !.. New York fit' MnskN and Costumes! AY, L0E WENSTINE& C0 MAtiXOfiU BALM. SOMETHING EVERY LADY OUGHT TO KNOW. There exists a means of se carine a soft and brilliant Complexion, no matter how poor it may naturally be. Hasan's Magnolia Balm is a delicate and harmless arti cle, which instantly removes Freckles, Tan, Redness, Roughness, Eruptions, Yul par Flashings, etc., etc. So delicate and natural are its effects that its use is not suspected by anybody. No lady has the right to present a disfigured face in society -when the Magnolia Ralm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents. . ti 25. Geese. 13 7j4 75. Turkeys. $10(31 1. MISCELLANEOUS Hominy at UU1 battel; grits, 1.150 barreL Cider Missouri, 850 a bar rel. White beau medium. 3215: navy, ti 25. Stock peas, tl 756S2. Dried apples, 4K$s.' per pound. Uried peaches, 57c tier pound, r.vaporated ap ples. HQliVc ib. Apple butter. 77Mc a pound. Ml lice meat, 86Vlc per pound. Kraut, according to size of barrel, 10(912; to i0& half barreL Pickles medium barrels, t9 26V 5U; half barrels, ti; small, til 50: half barrels, tc. QROCKRIES. Coffee, 2i0sc lor ordinary ll.an.r.'c for fair. 16VA17c Tor choice. - 1 Buxar Louisiana opeu kettle, 71 icoptc; yellow ularitled, fc;.((iiV: off white. 9Mk: suow white. ?yMyjz; out ioai. 11c; granuu.iea ana powaerea, 1 tuc. MolasEes fair. 245c ; prime to choice, 4; S 600. ' lea imperial, 658Cc. Rice Louisiana, 6c; Carolina, 6S7c. Halt per car-toaa, 11 a-t; trom store, si do per barrel: coarse, per sack, tl S5al40; fine, tl sa. RAGGING AND TIES Baireine flax. lUf&lOc: Jute, 1 to 2 tsi, uUHc; mixed, loHfrtllc Ties standard makes, t2 25; pieced and outaide brand. i 75. Twine, 17c per fc. NAILS. A' ct 20 rates. HCM PRODUCTS. -Bulk meats, packed cleat- ddts, V'ic: dear rib, 'Jc; ahouldera, tic Mess pora, tin no. Bacon, pacKea clear sine, vr: ciear no. w moulders, 6Uc Ham sugar-cured, liHic. Break fast bacon, it Isl. Lard tleroe. HK(Sll?5;ke(r. ll'ic; lb..l24c; 10 lb.. 3 lb . 13' Jnbbinit rates. 10(315 per oenL above these quotation, which are fur large quantities. wuuu Tuuwaanea, soiuc;unwanea,x(0Aa.- b'llTT. l.SlSUtle Bl'.ICKS. Hard, tlO 50: soft, 9 a thousand; fire brick. t 50(34 a hundred. LIMK AND CEMENT. Lime, 8540c a barrel; Louisville cement, tl 701 75 a barrel; Rosedale cement, tl 91) a barrel; Portland, to; Plaster 01 Paris. W 50. ltr 2 Lt,UJAl ji. 1 LOUISVILLE. April 1.'. Flour onlet; extra, 13 A.1 25: extra family. t 7."Ki 2ft: hlsrher grade 25: choice fancy, ts 7n 50. Wheat steady, U UTiisl 10. Cornaleadv; No. 2 w.ilte. 5uc; No. 2 mixed, 4W. OaU steady with a fair demand; So. S white. 4c; No. S mixed, SSc. Rye active, firm and higher; No. 2, tl nay atenay, inosi 1. Pork strong ana Mistier. 11, so. utni prime steam, none in the mirket. Rulk meaU strong; shoul ders, 5c: clear rib, h--1". clear sides Sc. Bacon strong: shoulders, Wic: clear rib, Wf: clear. 9ftf . tungar-cureu hams, tuo lie nnu-aysieauy at 1100. MNCINNATI. ADril ir. Flour dull: family. VX95 2U; fancy, fTi 404 20. Wheat steady, Willi a lair flemana; Po. i rea, i taut i.i. -'rn nui v. mlnl. 47Uc. Mstsstrone. scarce and wanted 41c. Rye llrm; No. 2, tl aft. Barley nrm, oneiings isht: No. 1 fall, to arrive. It 12. font nominal. I7 JO. Lard uulct and no'ilual. 11c. Hnlsme.it n miod demand. 6.0U(.. uaeon 111 -ncr, a-. Whlakr demand fair and market Brm. SI Uh. But ter unlet: choice western reserve, 25A27C; choice central unto, 2uq,'sc MOVEAEVTS AT THE LKVEE. i4m'ml James ie. Friars Pelnt : Katie Hooper, Arkansas nver; Osceola Belle, Osceola: Belle Memphis, St. Louis; Rene Macready, St. Francis river. Dcparlum. City of Helena, St. Louis; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Belle Memphis, Vicksburg; James Lee, Friars Point. . Jtons in I'ort. Josle Harry, Katie Hooper, Rene Macready and Ben Franklin. lluait hue lioirn. Colorado, John A. Scudder and New Mary Houston. Jliia't Due Lp. Ed Richardson, Will Kyle and Gold Dust. RECEIPT8 YESTERDAY. James Lcc 1)6 bales cotton, 310 ska cotton-seed, 22 sks corn. :!7 pkirs sundries. Osceola Belli II bales cotton, 14 bags seed cot ton. 82 sks cotton-seed, 9 pkgs mdse. Rene Macready 51 bales cotton, 7 bags seed-cotton, 31G sks eotton-secd, 103 pkgs sundries. Katie Hiper brought out of Arkansas river 426 bales cotton, 12 bags seed-cotton, 3T5 sks cotton seed, lot mdsc. Ben Franklin til hrls Hour. HO brls meal. 600 brls salt, 42 brls whisky, 40 brls pork, lft tea hams, 8a bales hav, 124 sks corn. 141) sks oats, 20U sks bran, li carboys acid, 40 plows, 50 pkgs furniture. i jx, pitgs muse. LOCAL PORT SOTKSt. A fair amount of business was done on the levee yesterday. Sgven inches was added to the volume of water here yesterday, making 30.5 the gauge tisure. The New Mary Houston, Captain Charles Miller, la the next O-liner flue down for New Orleans. The Belle Memubls Dassed down for Vicksburg yesterday with a big trip, and added thirty tons here. The City of Helena departed for St. Louis yester day inomlag, after adding luuo bales eastern-bound cotton. The Will Kyle, Lew Kate master, James Alex ander clerk, is the next O lincr due up, bound for Cincinnati. The receipts by river yesterday included 336 bales cotton, S3 bags seed-cotton and 1210 sacks cotton-seed. The R. R. Springer, on her last trip np, made tne run from New Orleans to Cincinnati in seven days and four hours. The Colorado, Captain Sain Mcl'heeters, Is the Anchor-line backet, this evening at 5 o'clock, for Cairo and St. Louis. Jo?. Osborn is her clerk. The Rene Macready. Captain . K. Jojiliu, la tne packet, this evening at 5 o'clock, for all points on i-t. Francis river. A. L. Banning is her attentive clerk. The Kd Richardson, of the Anchor line, is due . up to-day, bound for St. lyOUls. Caplam rrank H-k commands, with A Mc Vey iu charge of otlice affairs. Tne John A. Scudder, Captain A. J. t'arter, of the famous Anchor Hue, is advertised to leave to day ut 12 m. for New Orleans. George Baker pre sides iu the otlice. Captain Pete Mc Arthur's little tipper White river packet Milt Harry has come off the docks. Her painting and the overhauling of her machinery will be done at the foot of Adams street. fcThe Katie Hooper, Captain Kd Nowland, is the packet, tills evening at 5 o'clock, for all points on Arkansas river, going through to Little Rock. Jimmy Thompson and Amos Dav are her clerks. The Jncie Harry.- Captain Milt R Harry on deck, is the packet, this evening at 5 o'clock, for all points on White river, going through to Jack sotiport. Fred Jones and J. C. WycLoft are her clerks. A very important decision made in the United States circuit court by Judge Baxter yesterday, allirming the precedence of claims for steamboat supplies at a home port over a prior mortgage, will be found on our local paire. Tbe staunch steamer Ben Franklin, of the relia ble Memphis and Ohio River Packet line, will leave this day at 6 p.m. for Cairo, Louisville and Cin cinnati. Paeiigers can secure the lowest rates to northern and eastern points. She is ably otiicered by Captain William Tichenor and Clerk Harry t.szicy. PEKSOlfAL. Lew Brlggs, formerly of the James W. Uatf, has stubbed assecomt clerk 01 tn lrxie iee. Cap'aln Ed Crowell has been heard from under date or.Maicn 2tn . He was in tne city 01 Mexico, iu good hea' th aud spirit. Captain James H. Rees, who has been- hers sev eral days on a trip combining business with pleas ur. will leave for Pittsburg by mil this evening. Captain Wash Thompson, of the Cons Millar, left Cincinnati for Pittsburg Wednesday night by rail, t attend the funeral of his excellent mother, who died in Allegheny City, Wednesday. Captain Thomas Darrsgb, well known In this city aud along Arkansas river, it is rumored will tie ap- Kilnteil captain of the river police at Little Rock, le will make an ellicieut oflicer, and will receive the congratulations of his numerous frieud9. PICKED IP ADRIFT. There were four Memphis and Ohio river packets in port at Cincinnati Wednesday evening, viz: Virgie Lee, Cons Millar, Andy Bauin, aud James W. Gait'. It is a circumstance that is not apt to oc cur ina season's business. Last Monday, in the United States district court of New Orleans, George Robert Helly libeled the steamboat Tensas for SlO.Ouu damages sustained by the death of his son by dro .vuing, which occurred bv his being brccinitated into the Tensas river by Charles Cox, second mate of the steamboat, while iu the employ of tbe boat as dtckhand. At the Louisville landing, at 5 o'clock Wednes day morning, the St. Louis and Pittsburg packet Wyoming, iu making a landing, struck the New Mary Houston's guards abreast the forward riug ImiIi. The former was damaged to the araonnt of t'sioand the lattertlot). Had the Wyoming struck the Houston a little further forward and abreast of er own boilers, she would have sunk out of sight in three minutes. The New Orleans Twin wants the citv authori ties to Atnpoint Homebody-to visit the steamboats on arrivar there and ace.lf they have any paupers or vagrants aboard. The Twin says: e are in formed that the authorities of the nppcr river their crtp- 15 fect lo inches in the canal and IS feet 10 inches in the chute 011 the. falls. Weather dear, cool and windy. Charles Morgan, from Cincinnati. Night River falling, with 15 feet li inches in iho canal and i: fect 6 inches in the chute on the falls. Business fair. Weather clear, cool and wiuuy. James D. Parker, Memphis to Cincinnati: Charles Morgan, to New Orleans. The Coal City leaves to-nis-'ht for New Orleans. T. LOUIS, April 15 Noon. River rising slowly, but steambnalmen think the rise has almost reached its limit, and that the water will begin to fail by to-morrow. Weather clear and warm Arrived: Belle Memphis, Vicksburg: Ste. Gene vieve, Memphis. No departure. Night River risen 4 inches, with 27 feet V inches by the gauge. Weather clear aud warm. Arrived: Belle of Shreveport, City of Alton aud Port tads and barges. New Orleans: Grand Tower, Cattish Point: City ot Providence, Vicksburg. Departed: Iron Mountain and barges and E. M. Norton and barges. New Kji leans. The Grand Tower has gone on the docks. Official siomalScrvicc U. S. A. I Mxxfhis, April 15, 1X81. Above low 1 Changes. water. HILLIXEBY. Cairo Cincinnati Davenport ... . Dubuque Helena Keokuk Leavenworth. ... Little Rock Louisville Mesnphis . Nashville tNew Orleans Pittsbunr St. Louis... Vicksburg. 1 Dl... I Vail I I Feet, inches inches, inches. 43 IS sl .6 li. :::::::::: 69 7 6 7 u" '.'.'.'zzz '2 " ;".v.'...v. 4 15 4 8 . 3s .1 T t: S Mil, UlUUItasI HOPKINS ROOFIAU. ftjfflMrF ffj t?Sfrs t .1 'r ANDREW STEWART. ABDREW D. KWTM P. II. IliUl. Rcw Orlfiwa Hraiphls. WetntM- Stewart, Gwynne& Co Nos. 356 and 358 OPKINSj MEMPHIS. tBelow hUh water of 1X74. I Bench mark, low water 1879. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT, Time. Bar. fher. Wind. Weather. 7:00 a.m. 29.N9 51 W. Fair. 2:00 p.m. 29.92 li W. Clear. 9:00 p.m. HO.tri IB K.W. Clear. Maximum thermometer. 68 Minimum thermometer. 48 BY TELEGRArtt. WB Dkf't, 0. 8. AEMY. Rtotf ALSEHVICB, ) FniDAT, April 15, 1881, 10 p.m. J Weatn- Plaee of Observation. Bar. Ther Chsxtanoo-,'..! 29 !4 Galveston Indianola. Louisville. . Memphis Nashville New Orleans.. Shreveport .... Vicksburg Utile Rock... no.tr 30.05 29.92 30. 03 29.93 .'10 14 80.02 311.01 30.02 K (Hi 67 43 60 5:t 60 65 67 63 Wind. Dir. Force. N.W s. s. w. Fresh. Fresh. Fresh. Fresh. N.W. Fresh, w. iGentle. W. iFresh. !Calm. S. Fresh. N.W. Fresh. Clear, i Fair. Clear. 'Cloudy iciear. iCIear. ;C!esr. Clear. !Clear. iClear. MOVEMENTS OF HAMBURG, April tM'EAS STEAMERS. 5. Arrived: Suevia. New torn. QUEENSTOWN, April ' 15. Arrived: Algiers, New Yoik. NEW YORK, April 15. Arrived: W. W. Scholten, Koitcruum. NEW ORLEANS. April 15. Arrived: Hudson, New York. Cleared: Blackwatcr. Hamburg. BOILEIt-MAKEKS. PATTERN BONNETS, Hats, Caps, Flowers, FEATHERS, RIBBONS, JET& STEEL GOODS SATISFACTION Guaranteetl in Every Instance. SEEDSMEN. KcMUCo. SEEDS &or Buildings of all Claae, For circulars and prices tiddreaa W. G. HYNDMAN tc CO. CINCIWSA'Ii, . - John Manogne, Gen'l Ageat, 19C MAIS ST MEMPHIS, TESTS. . HARRY J.RICE, XTVAOTIOAT-s Tin & slate Roofer Guttering and Repairing promptly atteud- eu io. steam boat work a Specialty. VO. S3 HT0SO STUFET. MEMPHIS. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, ront Street, Memphis, Tennessee STEWART, BROTHERS & CO., i Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, NEW ORLEANS, I.OITISIA1VA. IISPEXSART. Pearce, TRUSTEE SALES. uggs & Mtit iiolesale; Grocers, Cotton Factors AND C030BXSSION MERCHANTS, 260 and 262 Front Street, Hemphis, Tem? DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S . - PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, ' No. 17 JeiTcreon Street. Betweea MsJsi ansal. Frant, Hemphis. (ESTABLISHED IN I860. J DR. JOHN80N is acknowledged by all parties ln terested as by far the most suoccaalul phys danlutlietrcatmentof private or secret disease Quick, thorough and permanent cores guarantee a in every ise. male or female. Kerent case of Got orrheaand Sypliili cured in a few days, withot t the nscot mercury, change of diet or blndnuKw from business. Becondary Syphilis, the last veatU s radicated without the use of mercury. Involuntai y loss of setaen stopped In a short time. Bnffereia from nnpoteney or loss of sexual powers restorea to free vigor in a few weeks. Vietimsof selfknas and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss of phvsical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular attention pa: d to the Diseases of Women, and cures guarantee?. Throat and Lung Disease cured by new remedies. Pile and Old Sores cured without the use of caustic or the knife. All consultations strk-tly confidential. Medicines sen t by express to all partsof the country Omee hours from b a.m to 9 p.m. Sunday from a.m. to 12 m. D. ff. JOHNSON. M.P. a MEDICINAL. A mw and rtwaplrts rtDE TO WEDKN K. . rMtaitiisit Chapter om A C otupsttfct Wna i hf4, bttectrott of wife, fUneil f Vlfia. itt. TwBipsraaMDtt, 5tnlity, AdM ! Brid X.H rrssblJlsasx Jts SBsass, C4(strT sUlnwusv sasapa-sA sslissy C-.-.hm-. L. asd CownAsp. 1lns k. !!.. in.loM sT aW(raaeu. Fasajt. lr, r dwmi. Low i "" aaSl Ms . SMaaf U"s) Wntss. Ihwsasa st . it.. sst es ss. It u tklM - Vrivif MsslleaJ AdviMr " dtttu. m. Nhiar timm tSBpars tzul sHecwtioaM, mu4 am a1f-buts tl sa-rsi ssaaa sf s.ssA ssal smsSWss. afW Mb. sassusg K.akily Lass a-s, X st sss ss aksJsbts a sraast W mt s.si . Amu m Trustee's Sale. -ASD- ROBT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, BOIXER Ann Iliac MAKERS NitAMUOAT BLACKHMlTHSi BlacksiniUiing of all Kinds. Coppcrand 2'ieei Iron Workers. All work doue promptly, d&7 o night. Terms casn. Shop, Attains Street, near river, MempuiK hiiihihh iisi rsi im r.s nr.. STEAMBOATS. Special For Cincinnati. Steamer Ben FranklinjrjCS. SATl RlrA-r, April 10tli at S p.m. R. W. LKJHTBrRSE. Agent. 7 Monroe. St. Produce Merchants, 232 MAIN STREET, OFFER AT LOWEST PEICE3 NEW CROP German Millet, Hungarian Millet, Stock Peas, All late varieties of SEED POTATOES. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Ht. Loafs find Vlrksbar A nrhor I.lns V.ft. Mail FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. Colorado, .master. MePliecters Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboal Tllle' DA i, Apia 16th. at n p.m. For freight or passagt apply to All SHIKM. snp t on w nariooat. OR V1CKSUUKQ. St. Louis nisfl Tickaburs; Anrlior Line V. Mall FOR VICKSliUttO, iklilSlI AlllS'Aoltll JSVSS Cnine. master, "SSSbC will leave the Anchor Line wliarllxiat bl N- DAY, April 17th, at 10 a.m. ror freight or passagi ii wnartoear. apply to AP STORM. Sltp't on FOR NEW ORLEANS. St. Lon Is slid STew Orleans A nrhor Line For Vicksburg, Natchez aud New Orleans gteaniei Toll ii A. u elder A. J. Carter, master. Will leave tne Auchor Line Whariboai THIS DAY, April 16th, at 12 m. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM. Sup't. LITER IXVIGOKATOR. Dr.SAFORD'S WIBOBATBR Only Vegetable Compound that ?.cts directly upon the Liver, and cure:; Liver Complaints, Jaun t.!cc, Diiioiisncs.';, Malaria, Cog-Ia-c:icc3, I Ieadache. It assists di gcs'Jon, ctrenrvthens the systcrr., rejTIatccthc bowels, purifies the Llood. A Dock sent free. Dr. Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y FOB CALS BY ALL DRUGGIST IL CiSss towns have adopted the plan of send in k plea and betfars here to be taken cure of. It in re ported that a few days ago a loathsome-lookinK retrn was piaeea on uouraoi one or me nver packet at u lcsburv, and a d4Haraad a half paid by the town for his pamaue to thiseitv. Vickultunf. and all the other towns along the river, need not te told that we uon t appreciate tneir wa ot eel tine clear of their beggars and paupers, and that we not submit to it. They must shoulder their own burdens. We have all we can HiHgttcr under, liepifars are as thick here as tKostiuitocs iu sum mer." TO WHO AT AND BARUES. The Dick Fulton, with a tow of emptv coal tKOPIC FRUIT I.AXATIVE. lAOKUTAKEUS. H. A. THOMS, UNDERTAKER. 209 MAIN ST., HEMrUIS, TENS. SECT'S 00 hand a Mill tors of Coffins. Burbl HoSe. K" Or-ier nmmntl Btlen laxative: Ay Fnparad frooa froits tropical and plaala. T IX UNDERTAKERS! 320 Main Street, Memphis. T TRIAL ROBES AND OOFFTS HARDWARKI J Onler by telograpn promptly BUixl, and Ca slilrped v. o. i. J. II. FLAHERTY & CO. UNDERTAKERS! 317 and 318 SECOND, .MEMPHIS. a in t. AoaAUT MK.NT OF METALIC CASK- KTd and CASKS always on band; alar Kobe and TriraminK. . . .Orders by telrwraph will reeelTS onr prompt aiUsuliou. All good aliilK-l C. U. V. ilia put of Mrurlila: We hnvf acrnrvl the Talnahle aerVKi-s of liKOKGE PAHIilKL, Ki , an oltl and entwmitt mldvntof Kemphl. to mitH-rintrnd and take chaiga of ouj buanca In the t.-ni-ral VnilcrtakinK Line. no can r munit at all hour at our neaoquarwra. J a M K KI.AHKRTV ttl.. KIT wi-oorMim ItltOKKIlS. Is the Best and Most Agreeable Preparation In the World FOR CONSTIPATION, BIL IOUSNESS, HEADACHE, INDISPOSITION, AND ALL AILMENTS ARISING FROM AN OBSTRUCTED STATE OF THE SYSTEM. Ladies and children, and those who dislike taking pills and nauseous medicines to secure cathartic action, are especially pleased with its agreeable qualities. Try II once, and yon will elem It highly a a sat, pleasant, and OectlT remedy. Tacked in bronzed tin boxes only. Price, 25 cents. Large boxes, 60 cents. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. FOR WHITE AND BIJVCK RIVERS. HILT HARRY I.IXFA-Memphis White stud lilaek River U. H. Hail Packet. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devalli Bluff, Do Arc. Augusta, Jackaonport, West Point bean-y, rjaicsvuie, rownan&n, ana rocauoouu The new and eleirant steamer . Josie Harry, e.glj M. K. Harry, Master, Will leave Memphl. KVERY 8ATUKDAY, at 5 p. n.. connet'tinz direct with the new Black river U. 3. mail packet MILT HARRY for Powbattan am! Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Butesville and Upper White river. Through rates to all points. FreiKht consisted to Milt Harry Line, Memphlr orlerrene, will te promptly torwaraeo. Olhce. No. 5 Madison street. B, W. LIGHT 11 URNK, Agent. 7 Monroe at. Wemphis& White RiverPacketCo nod DISTRIBUTION COMPANY. Mmnlilii Jat'fcsiOTiport burtrcs. it r rived from N althex vcstertlaT Hfienioon l lie iiv uiioiec una imnees trot away tor st. lxmif vwterdrtT morning, hnvine fiitished clcuniiie out ! riHng some empty grxiu bargcj. i oe iowuosi iMKiana. oi iuc muu ana iew Orleaua TruiiHtxrtHlioii com i winy, aayg the Kt ! Louis iiube-lJrmocmt, left for New Orleans yes ter- r moniuir vun probably ine lar-iest train tow that ever left St. LoiUk. 6be had seven bareea. contaiuiiiK C32.9UTi bushela of gniiu,. of which si.44i were com. wheat, ami 'J 1.916 oats. or SOJStonsin all. Tutting all of the grain of this week in one batch, the tWures, us to bushels, will I reach neaiiy, it uot iuhy, l.(Hk),00U bushels. TIICCHHITKtI V, RECORD. N'ew Orleans Drmnrrnt: "The Charls P. Chou teau, having closed, another Micce&iful season in theMcunphU and hend trade, leaves us to-day for St. liOtiis, where, after a short sea won between that itv and thU under the auspices oi the Aucaor- linc, fhe will be laid up to receive tht. ctiotoinary repairs prepariitory to anotner season s bus. newt in tile trade in which she ha won so much re nown aud given hucIi satisfaction. The Chouteau arrived here on her iirst trip December 8, 1.V77; since that date she has made forty -seven trijw in the Mem plan and bends trade, aud brought to this eitv the Krand total of J: ,'Jt7 bales cotton, hi burs seed-cotton, sacks cotton seed, 4G,.)13 sacks oil-cake meal, ''il barrels cotton-seed oil and bl'M M'avea. During this seasou (iucluded iu the above), commencing September ', she has made 13 trip, briUKiug t,J.'S bales cotton. 2 bags seed-cotton, :W.Nn sucks cottonseed, 1 sacks oil-cake, and 2UJ barrels oil, "oils bales more than she had brought any of her four sea sons. Good fortune has been with this staunch and faithful boat from the first, for on not one of her 47 trips, and they hive averted 4'.HVi bales, 4'.d'.i sacks seed W. sacks oil cake, lu7 sacks mettl and 72 barrels oil to the trip, hav she ever met with an accident ol any kind wu.il ver. lor wliieli the credit is maitilv nue to her experienLed and pnident cominanner. Captain V. II. Tliurwcaii, and his efficient and well-selected crew, priucipai among whom is Mr. George MilU nlieruer, chief clerk, a gentleman who is ulwuys found at his post of duly, and uuifurmly correct and courteous in nis dealings wiui nil naviug ousiucMa wuu ms noat, aud who nun been ably assisted by hl partners. Messrs. Feter irtz aud Geo rue Seiliert. 1 he l-hou- teau U 3U0 feet long. M feet beam, 78 fott extreme width aud 8 feet depth of hold. This season she hascoutributel $'3M :W to the coft'en of our ru; vi cious city iu the matter of wharfage and $."Nu .V) since she first landed here, bhe having made eight trips to St. -Louis. Bfffnlar Inleiendent W hite River Packet For Anrusta. Searcy, and Way Points The Regular J u depend aeni facnei E. C. Pwtal master I C. Postal . ......cierl Will leave Memphis EVERY VVEDXEeDAY at p.m. rorireifctnt or pasHnge appiy to J. T. WASHINGTON. Aecnt. SV Madison st. FOR ARKANSAS KTVER. Memphis and Pine Bluff 0. 8. Mall Line. For Pint Bluff. Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith. Katie Iffooper, 2; El. Nowland master I Jas. N. TlioniiMni...clii Leaves as atiove BATl' KDAY. Apiil lulli.at 5p.m. tor ireisiil or passage apply ro JOHN N. HARBIN. Snp't Frontst. LEE LIXE STEAMERS. For ulesMtsle, lleleiin auci Friars Pol tit. I amcs sL.ee, t-Zj Stack Lee, master Whitlow, clerk.arttS Will leave as above oa every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRiDA Y, at p.m. Ofoe. No. Maoison .tnMt. FOFST. FRANCIS RIVEFL POPCLAR MONTHLY DRAWING OF THK Commonwealth Distribution Co. At Macanley's Theater, In the city ol Louisville, on SATURDAY. APKlIt Sll, HHl. These drnwincs occur monthly (Sundays except ed) under provisions of su Art ol the General A .emUIV Ol Kentucky, lueorporaiing uio nvwF" Priutihgand Newspaper Compaay, approved April , 1R78. mr i ni a is is uprciai aci,aau uo bera repealed. rw.. . - ' 1 1 . . . I. a UaMlK .Id 1 lie Ulllieu sum v.ireun vwuii, vm rendore-1 the following derisions: 1st Thai the lunimuuBraua arisiriDs. tluu t'oinpsny Is leical. M Its draalapi are rair. The tympany ha now on hand a large resent hiud. Read tbe list of prizes for the APRIL DRAWING. 1 Prize W0 1 Prize 10,000 1 Prize 5-000 10 Prizes 11000 earh 10.0M Jtr Prizes 600 each 10.00C 100 Prize 100 each 10.00C jot) Prize M)enrh..r. lo.oor- 600 Prize 20 each 12.00C IUU0 prize 10 earh 10,001 AVFKOXIMATIU.K riUiM. 9 Prize $300 earh I 2,700 Prize JOOoM-.h l.SOt 9 Prize 100 each IM 1968 Prizes IU4W Whole Tlekets, HalfTlvkela, l 27 Ticlets, foO. 1 icaew, iuo. Remit Moncv or Bank Draft in Letter, or send la ExnreKs. DON'T S?:ND BY REGISTERED LETTER OR POSTOFF1CE ORDER. Orders of 3 and up am. bv Express, can be sent at onr expense Address all orders to R. M. BOARDMAN. (kiuriei Journal Bnildins, Louisville, Ky.. or T. I. COM MERFORD, 212 Broadway, Sew York, or i L. Git t.nspta. No. fi wwrt Onnrt st. Memphis Ten X?Y virtue of a deed of trnst exeeutrtl to me on 1 y the J4th of March. 1H79. by Kichaid J. Persons. and registered in book No. l'3i, pace t'.K), Retriiter's ofhCH of Shelby county, Tenn., made to serine the payment of rertaiu notes described In said trust deed, default having been made in the pay ment of same, I will, as trustee, at the re quest of the holder of the notes, and in pursuance of the provisions f the trust deed, on the south west corner of Main and Madison streets, in the Taxing District of Shelby county, Tenn., between i o cioca m. ana i o ciock p.m., on Wednesday, Ike 4ih day of Nay, 1881, liell forcash, at public outcry, to the highest bid der, the fol owing real estate and personal prop erty, to-wit: One tract of laud situate, lying aud being iu the county and state aforesaid, described as follows: In the 1 It li civil district, bounded on the west by the landB of Norris estate; on the north by tne lands of the Dunn estate; on the east by a tract ol acres sold lo u. b. t nnrusou bv K 1. Persons, and on the south by lands sold by same parly to John Gastou it belug off the northwest corner of the one buudred and sixty acre tract auown as part oi tne James miiiic tract. Also, the following personal prepcrty: Ouo car riage, one pair horses about 5 Years old cne a chestnut sorrel and a bright sorrel, with blazed face; one roan stalllcn, 7 years old, named Miuichiu; two brown mares about 8 years old; one bright sorrel mare with blazed face, aged about 7 years; one oay marearjout o years oltl; one Drown horse coitl year old; one roan nllyl year old; one mouse-colored norse mule 10 years old; one black horc mule about 10 years old; one brown marc mule about 10 years old, and one black horse colt about y ar old. Title believed to be gooa. i sell and conceyonlv as trustee. J. ii. GREEK, Trustee. Jarnagin A Frayscr, Attorneys. , Trnstec'8 Sale. D i virtue and in pursuance of a deed of trust l J wane lit ine as trustee uy mis. r rances H. iliuds and her husband. J. L. Hinds, on Uio 1st day of February, 187V, and of rceo d in the ltegis tet's ofliceof Shelhy couuty, Tenn., in record bjok No l-1i, on page 3St0, 1 will, at the reiineat of the beneliciarirs named in said deed, on Toesday, the 3d day of May, 11. between the hours of eleven in the morning and twelve noon, in front of the courthouse door of Shelby county, in the city of Memphis, or Taxing District of Shelby county, sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash money (such being the terms of sale provided in said deed) tho following described property, both real and personal, to-wit: The Uudivided one-four h interest of Frances If. Hinds and her husband, J. L. Hinds ' in a lot of land in the citv of Memphis (or Taxing District of bhelbv coun ty)," Flielby county, Tem., thus bounded, viz: Beginning at a point on the west line of Hernando street two hundred aud twenty-live (J251 feet north from its intersection with the north line of Linden street; thence north with Hernaid) street one hundred and thlrtv-nine 149) feet to a (take; thence north 8tT rawest one hundred and flftv eight (1SK) feet to a stake; thence north 21 east parallel with Causey street slxtv-elghttftn feet to slake; thence west with the beating south 1 one hundred and thirtv two (l.TJ) feel to the east line of Causey street; thence south 2i west with Causey street two hundred and seven (JU7) feet to a stake; thence east 1 north three hundred and lifty-tliree (.1.11 fect to the place of beginning be ilig part of Ihe lot conveyed January 12. IMo, by trustees of South Memphis to Sarah A. Murrab. Also, the undivided one-fourth 'uterest iu lot No. SU. of block No. 9, In Fort Picke-ing. city of Memphis, Shelby county," Tenn , being the same lotconvcytd June 1.1, 1HTk5, by Matthew MeDowell to said Sarah A. Murrah. Also, their undivided one-tilth interest in lot No. is, of block No. 9, in Fort Picketing, in said city, county and Suite, be ing tame lot conveyed July 1 1, 18.V), by Peter Leon ard to James R. Murrah. the fatner of Mrs. F. II. nines. A1!, that unliquidated claim of said J. L Hines and Mrs. F. H Hiiies gainst the estate of Mrs, sarati a Aintran. aeceaseu. lor boam. medi cine, medical attention, etc.. etc.. the said claim amountii g o between futiO aud I6U0. Kcuity of redtraptiou in fie ab3ve described land is waived in said died of trust, and the title is belleviMl to be good, but I sell a trustee only. April 8, lfSl. JAMES M. GREEK. Trustee. Greer A Adams. Attorneys Trn.htee'8 Sale. r Y virtue of a deed of trust executed to me bv O G. A Juiikerman aud A. Junkerman, on the 12lh dav or March. ls79. and recorded in the Reir Isle? 's office of Shelby county. Tennessee. Ixi record book No. 1 G, pige 4-10, demand having been isade for payment or the amount due as required under said deed, and payment having been' refused, I will, at the request of the beneficiary anil under the provihions of Hie trut deed, on the southwest corner of M-t n and Madison street., in the Taxing District of Shelby county, Tennessee, formerly city of Memphis, on Kalnrtlay, April 23. ISS1, between the hours of 11 o'clock a.m and 1 o'clock p.m., sell at pubilc outcry, to tbe highest bidder, forcash, the following described property, to wit: Situated iu Shelby county, Ttnn., ana cescribed as loiinws: ia ro. wot uiestauion sunaivtslon, frouliniE 75 feet on tho south side of Msrrs!reet. and running back to an alley In rear lf3 feet, on wnicn lot mire is a one-story nricx nlienee; said properly is In Ihc t'th ward. Equity of re demption is waived. Title believed to be good. 1 sell only as trustee and su eonvev. OTTO Bed WILL, Trustee. Jarnagin it Frnyser. Afturueys. m STT& LUMBER MERCHANTS And Dealers 1st DOORS, SASH, BLINDS and MOLDINGS, FLOORING, Ceiling, Siding, Shingles, Lath, Etc Office and Ktore, Ks. SSS Second st" I Ymrd and Waretaoase. Cor. Hernando dc eayoas t&" Price Lists, Estimates and Molding Books Mailed on application. RI3. H. CQOVER&CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Brackets and Scroll-work, Rough and Dressed Lnmber, Shingles, Laths, etc Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Wasbington Street, MEMPHIS ttit "F.NNESSEE: (Eh. fctl.lfsswJI w-arMTnWm1 Wi4rhBV sss mmm . UaM tU anl 1M I unit ia U lt arisitilaS- I MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim of early Imorudenee. caaslnc nervou debility, premature decay, etc.. having tried In rain every known r medy, has discovered a islmple means of self-cure, which be will send free to hi fellow sufferer. Address J. H. Kr.KVKS, s Chatham atreeet, N. Y. A POSITIVE . CURE Without medicine. ALLAN'S BOLtTBLE MEM- CATED BOUOIES. ratenU-d Oct. lft, 1876. One box Ho. 1 will cure any caac n fonr days or less. No. 2 will cure the most obstinate case, no matter at how long standing. No nauseous doses of cubebs, copaiba, or oil ol sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia, by destroying the coatings of the stomach. Pries. SI SO. HOLD BY ALL DEUG6IST8. or mailed on receipt of the price. ror lurtner particulars senn tor ctrcniar. P. O. box 1M3. J. C. ALLAN CO.. SS John street. New York. m L-B MB Fill STEAM ENGINES, MACHINERY FITTINGS, SED FOR CIRCULAR AXD PRICES. 1 0R6ILL EBOTHDE & CO a Cil to Z2 uortli Cccond Street, St Louis. Ho. MannfaotDnn of every descrltrtlun of Cireiiliu', Hfill. and ( rwi4 iit Nuv Wbolesal laalara tl Babber and leather neliiuc. I ilex, s:ui.drrl, (nut Hooka, Maw trammers. IT pacts, ans all Saw and I'lsuina Mill Sopi:lin.t K-o M .nur-u t jotj e! Ixtrkivoad's Palest Bliss llronlur Haw. ITEKV S.UV V.'ARK.l.XTi::). C-C-r'fiii atlcntlon to repair work. Amenta tm TAIMSTE ESV-ERY WHEELS "SS? Our Xpw IlluKli-atedL CutiU.itic m:-.iletl lico on aiiplicatioa. rU Its AND SPERMATORRHEA. A Tftloble Discovery and Nw Ioprtnra In M od kl tisirnitueoUraljiSjwDd posit iveljrcffectlw nmamaj lor ine apseaj aa perniavoeat jut oi wnu- Dal Kmissiona and, Im potency by the onljr trua Ha peotlio Inttnenoa on tha Seminal Vealclea, EJao- Applicatlon to tha princii-i 1 Boas AUforpuon, idq aznmntf var. via : X)l: of (faa DtaMae, autlac b; Ha Deotlio IntltMtnoa on t Ulatory Ducta, Proatata Gland, and UretUra. Tb on of iha Kamativ la attended with no on In or lnoon veoieaoa. and ddtaa tot inrfra with tha ordinary patfuita of Ufej it la quickly dlaaolvad and aoon ai orod, aroditcina; an lmmediata aoothlnc and raatcv atlva affect upon tha aaxual and oervoua onranlza tlooa wrecked from aelf-abuaa and axoaaiea. atopplns iha dpain from tha aratam. reatorlnn tha mind to paaiin -na eouna rooraory, ranonni mm 4JLmnesa of Bifrbi, Noxvoub Debility, Oonfualoa or Idea. Averaloa to Society. otcaUx, and tbe appeonLnoa of premature old as naaallr accomnaDyln4T thla trouble, and metorisr pan'aot Sexual viiior.whara It haa been dormnnt for rnara. Thla mode of treat ment baa Blood the teat In very aevera caawa. and la anw a pronoaneed awceaa. ZruBa are too much pre- aorlbad In tbatte tronblea, and, aa many can bear wlt- leaa to. wit n nut nine ii any pertnaoen.cnoa. x nere l n6 N'rmiisnite aboat 1 hia Prrparatioo. l'ractlcsvl ob- anrration eoablea ua to positively sruarnntao that ii alll ajtro aattaraotion. Amnna tne eijrnt yeara that aw. wn nara uoumdiii oi (mu aod It la now conceded by tha it haa been In a-enerel aaonlala aa to lta raloe. ai Mediual Pmfeaaion to be the moat rational mean vei dlwoorered of reaching- and onilnir thla very preraleni trouble, that la wall known to be the oanao of untold aiiaery to ao many, and a poo whom quacke prey wita their tsaeleae nooirama and bla; fees. Tbe iavedy b pot up la neat boxetv of three tizea. Ra 1. (eoouaa ananent cm re. tanlM In aavere eaaea S5 : Uaatlaa; orr three montha, will tto ?rnlaaiona and reatora Tiaor la the worat CI" " ""-t by mall. JAMES TOSC1E. F. H. WHITK. J. W. C AlftT aVAsa aealed. In plain wrappera, TuTI TinUbOTIONS for uaintr will aooompany Aca bujl. Vend fir nealef Mmfiptir tpS A ltm wttHw A mUmirl I llnmtritiirnm M arMd Tftataty, ariatfriafWIf reMrar ( mkryitirol that thru vt b rmmtmrl tmprfrr4 " a n ieW d fkt fTT gSA IT lift mT4 HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFCL CHEMISTS. 1 HI I 1 I I II J I Market and 8th SU. ST. LOUIS, MO. . W . bald Well & UO. dr. ubittier 8UCCES80E3 TO P. M. WHITE A CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Llercnants 330 Trout street. 'lempliis. Tennessee. R. L. COCHRAN &, CO. 617 St. Charlet Street. fjoaU. Mo. A racnlir graduate of two Medical Oolleea, hue bean lonwr looatad than any other Puraiclan in bt. Loula, aa elty papera ahow, and all old reatdenta know. Byphilla. Oonorrbcaa, Gleet, lUjiuaUA'jki , Rupture, all Urinary Piaeaeea and SypiilliUc or K. srcuiialAffeo Uona ox Throat. BkLn or Bonea oared tiifely, Privately. Speraoatorrbea. Sexual Debility and Im potency, aa the reanltof Helf-Aboae In yoaUuaaioal exceaaea la matarer yeara.or over - 'nrm'., fimiuu. v arrouanMa, aaminal amiaatena, deb"- JTr Tlbt, defective memory, pb LUZ. Ttrcn iz "ty of femaiea, eonftuloa of n? ?mM,Taip axa't al puvor, ar niirh t loeaea. renderlna maxrlasre imtucni " wtoaitentlyeared. Oonaultatloa at office o uyuJi3i? I ted. Pamphlet oe stamp. Medioinna aeni by kc! xpraaa. rnraa amnteed. "Wlwre doubt exlaU Rtstxtokly atted. raamnteed. Where o MARKli lAl- J PACE! GUID CIIAMPAGXE. Memphis anil fit. rrnucls Rivsr V.H. Mail l.lac tne new anaeiegam paaaeujrer iKamer ICene JMLaereacly, O K. Joolln. master I Bannlne. ol'k' Will leave Meinnhis EVERY TUESDAY and SAT URDAY EVENlNtiS. at ft p.m., for Maxianna, the Cnt-ntr and all Intermediate landings. aa-On tlie SATURDAY TRIP niakitnr eonnec Hon with the MIKE DAVIS from Helena for Witts- burg and tlie Sunk Lauds. J. I. RANDALL. Snp't. FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-VYrrKlv V. N. JHail fueket For Ran dolph, Fulton. Osc-eolaand way landings. Oseeola ISelle, Cooper, master 1 Wm. Smithers. cTkS Will leave Mernoliis everv MONDAY, n EI INKS- OAY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m. For information ap ply on ooanl. or t rin. H Maillaon street. TAII.OK5. Money Made I 810, 820, R50 or 8100. luvrsted in onr nrw money maklnir. co-operative plan of siwrulatlinc, ul.vs a t.a.laat In come, and lays the fuundatlon ol your fortune. oeuii urn ,.niii,n ityi, rre. tXKHMIWU MILLER. Brskers. 1 Men haul Building, Chicago, 111. Slager & Goldbaum, TAILORS, Comer of Jefferson and Second Streets. TTAVK NOW A COMPLETE LINK Or FINE I I Mnlilnara far fcnrtnar asxi Hammer. and offer them at a LOWKR PRU'E than any other bouse In the city. First-class Work and Trimmings onlv. rail aniieires. w. at itisaaLrTioN. THE Inn of Armstrong.! Hall having dissolved, either party is authorUed to collect debts aud receipt for same, dating April I. iwi. 1 HALL. O. T- Armstrons; A Co. continues the business at tbe old stand, 2U t roni sireeu HEMPHIS W ATF.B-UAVOE BI LI.ETIN. ' Uotied States Eniiinker's Offii e. 1 MKUi'iiia, Tens., April 15, ISM. J The followinir announcement la made for the benefit of p!lotnaud otbers interested. A water gaiiKe bulletin haa been placed in the northwest comer of the customhouse yard at this place. It faces the river, that pilots in passing during day light may read the condition of the river aa indi cated by the water fraiifre. On this bulletin the reading of the gaUKe will be (riven to the nearest quarter of a foot, and oue ol the letters. R. F. sr 8., , will follow tho (inures to Indicate whether the river is rising, falling or stationary- As an illus tration, suppose the gauge icadiuk is 'IHA feet aud river rising, the bulletin will then show as follows: 88J-2 R. The figures and letters arc each Z2 Inches high by eighteen inches wide, and can be d Isiiugnishe f mm boats in midstream, v im tne am ot a nerd-glass they can be read from the nppoiie bank. At H a iu. each day the bulletin will be made to cor respond with the gauge reading at that hour, hence the liulletiii reading ill always correspond with tho gauge reading as found at the preceding 8 a.m. The zero of the gauge i O.liTi feet above the low water of l7i hy adding Oils amount to the bulletin reading the bight above low water of 1N72 sill tie obtained. It is Ihe intention to have similar bullctin-boarda erected at the various gauge stations below Cairo. . ii. it. iie-m ALHii, major oi engineers. WEATHER ARB RIVER. NASHVILLE. April 15 River rising, with 31 fect on tbe shoals. SHREVEPORT, April 15 Weather clear and warm. River li feet, and falling. WHEELING, April 15. River 28 feet 2 Inches, and rising. Weather clear and pleasant. NEW ORLEANS, April li. Weather clear and pleasant; thermometer 75. Arrived: Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati. No departures. PITTSBURG, April 1.". Noon. River 16 feet 2 Inches, and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. Night KTvTTTS IK-t 4 inches, aud falling. Weather deal and pleasant. VICKSBURO.April 15. Weatlierclear and waruv thermometer 71". River fallen 1 inch. Up: Will Kyle, 11 a.m. Down: Paris C. Brown, 12 laat night. Arrived: City of Greenville, 6 a.m. CINCINNATI, April 15. Noon. River 39 feet S Incbea, and rising. Weather cloudy and cool. Night River 40 feet, and rising. Weather nail aud threatening. Departed: Cons Millar, Memphis. KVANBVILLE.Aprtl 15 Noon River rising.with SS feet 4 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and pleasant; thermometer 62. Arrived: limiting star, New Orleans; Vliyie Lee, Cincinnati. Night River rising, with Si fret 9 inches by the gauge. Weather clear and warm; thermometer 4i'. Arrived: Golden City, i p.m. Departed: Golden City, Cincinnati, 3 p.m.; Virgie Lee. Memphis, 5 p.m. CAIRO, April 15 Noon. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: Jay Gould, New Orleans, 8 p.m.; Vint Shinkle, Memphis, 11 p in.; John A. Scudder. St. Louis. 6 a.m. Departed: Colorado, Memphis, 10p.m.; Jay Gould, 8t. Louis. 11 p.m.; Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati, midnight. Night kiver 4S feet, and rising. Weather clear: thermometer 54 3. Departed: John A. Scudder, New Orleans, 7 p.m. LOUlSVILLE,AprU 15 Noou. River falling, 1th FOB LOU ISVI LLE AND CISC! NN ATI MEMPHIS & OHIO UIYEli PACKET COMPAXY. For Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati STEAMERS JAS. W. GAFF, AXDY BAUM, CON'S MILLAR, VINT SHISKLE, YIKGIE LEE, JAS. 1. PARKER. BEX FR4XKLIX. Steamers o this Line leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY ATlls- THURSDAY, at 3 p.m , KUX D AYS, at 13 Ul., For Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati, connecting at Clucinnail with Kailruae alia Steamers for all Eastern, Xortheru and AVestern Points, S.li-ln;Thronfh TirketH taall Points, Chicagii. Toledo, ittalo. Iticlimond, New York, Washington City, Philadel phia aud Boston. EAST. KORT11 A WES1ERX TOURISTS will find the LaBclIe River Route Safe, De lightful aud Economical. Rates by this Line Cheaper than any olhes flrst-rluss route. Meals and Staterooms Free. Baggage Cheeked Through. - Passengers can rely on a splendid trip hy this line, as tne Steamers are all Kin.t-cla.-s, having been expressly built for the accommodation of putsengcrs. an-Each steamer carries a full STRING-BAND. R. W.LIUHTBURNK, f?euerl Freight and Ticket Agent. A. Y. STEVENS, Passenger Agent, No. 7 M'Hiroe street. Memphis. Tennesee. - p IS This WIHE is Nona fci ITS PURITY, FLAVOR AXD TASTE. MAGE FCOM liit DtST Selected Grapes Its Purity Commends it TO THE SiCK AUD TO THE WELL I It is lacked In rue.l dozen qn.rt,nnd 2 dozen plattt, and sold at about Onk-Halt tbe Coht of other Chamfaone. Office cf U.S. AGENT, 213t7,.ist..lLouis FOR SALE BY BJ.SEMMES4C0 J. 1). II. METER, MEMPHIS, TENN. SIIIUTS. FOK ARKANSAS CITY. Adnma U.S. Hall l.inr-1'or Helena. Fri ars Point, Terrene. Concordia, Arkansas City aud Pine Bluff R. R. The fine passenger steamer IIl.EWlTsl, r Mark R. Cheek... .maer A. L. Cumiaum i-ierk Leaves as above and all way landings every MON DAY AXD THURSDAY, at 5 p.m.. connecting at Arkansas City with steamer Dcau Adams for (irorn ville and Vicksbnrc. J. T. WASIIINHTOK. Agent. SV Madison st. Agents Wanted. rrHOSE HAVING CAPITAL OF FROM to TO 1 tltO, special inducements. A. II. V ATKINS, AH Harrbon avenue, Boetom, Mass. Fancy Shirtings IN NEW DESIGNS, FOa SPECIAL ORDERS, AT T.J. MCCARTHY'S 293 Matii Hired. IXSUUAXCE. Trustee's Sale, 1JY virtue ' f a Dee1 f Tnist execn!ol to mo on J 3 the hth iluy of July, lS(Vs, hy William Black and Geortfj It i miller, eoniprIi!i(? J.e firm of Black & RntniHlcr, and rct-ordtd in tt e (listei's otliec of Shellty county. Ttnn.. In hook No. 1. pnttf 111, 112, illiand 114, having; been made to e eure the p ymeiit of reruin notes fully desriibed theiein. t.nd delault having been made by Black A oa) n liicr, i win, as irusiee, on Tiiwlnj, the 3d iIrt of May, ISHI. between 12 o'clock m. ?nd 2 p.m., on the prerainfft on Washington street. In the Taxing District of Hhell county, Tenn., ftell at public out ry, to the highest bidaer, for rush, all the interest the said mock dt enrmiiier. eiinr jointly or n.'iarateiy. have in the least-hold estate couveved to them by A F. McKiunev through hisavent. W. Z. Uitchcll. on the lt-t of August, lstV3, and recorded in the Kefri.s tor's otlice in paid county, November 7, 1V. In Ik ok No. 54. iart 2. mitres 174 and IT.7, and which said lea.se was stibtequently, U wit: on the 31 of : October. vsMim ran tit a ana counnnea i.y itrizzeiie T. MeKinuey, execntrix ?f the said MoKinney's estate, and which deed of coiifirmaiion and rutltl- CRiitm was rworueu June, ft, IS., in the Retrwier s ; ofl'H-e afonaid, in book No. (-0, part Jt, pages 178 anu 17M, haia ieHseno:a Deing nesciitci ( iojmwk: A part of country lot Kc. iW. bqUo inde 1 a frl- Iowh, to-wit: Comneiiciug eivht (K) feeilromthe southeast comer of J"hn Park's lot, and rnnniug east one hundred nd fifty (l.;0) ft ot cn Washing ton stiect; thence north of the same width one hundred .and forth-eighth ( 14S) f- t, and all the interest thefaid Black fe ByniiUr may have in said leasehold for its rrefunt term or tor any re newal of hame or contini.alion of tho term or terms with all of itsconditioLs, covenants and ob ligation-., toother with all tl:v buildiif:s and Im- , pntvennntf. tbereon, aiid,nll the spi'iirtorances iu anv wise pertaining. toetlir with bericllt to be deiived from sale of said htihiovcinenu iu the event the sumo an; received and iaid fur by the oricinal lessoror any ratty claiming uiider same. Title Itclievcd to be good. I sell and coitaiey only astruice. v. r. iiuuintAK, lrusiee. Jarnngin fc Fraser, Attonieys. TniMleeA Sale. I ) Y virtue of a trust deed made lo mc on the 1st 13 of July. 187H. aud duly recorded in the Reg ister' oftice of Shelby county, Tennessee, in book No. 113, pftges 113, etc, and on the demand of A. Woodruit, I will, on Tnettdttv. Atrril J. ISM. on the northwest corner of Main and Poplar streets. in Memphis. Tenn.. between tlie hour of 11 a.m. j and 3 p m.. offer for sale, at publio outcry, to the highest oiuueror utaacrs, lor casn, uie lonowiug described property, lying and being In bhelby county, Tennessee, ana described thus: First Lot no. 1 1. or block im. Dcing a part oi r. i 8. Latham's subdivision of South Memphis, said lot being on the west side of Orleans street, in the late city of Memphis, and fronting 77)4 feet on said street, and running back between parallel ' Lines M ttei to an aney. Second Lots No. 170 and Xo. 101. in tlie northern i I7t fronts Fi f tli street 74 feet and 3 inches, and runs back between parallel lines leet to an alley, and lies between Keel and Looney t-treets. and said lot No. 101 begins at stake 74 feet and 3 inches east of the northeast corner of Third aud Saffar- rans streets, on the north side of Satfarrans street: thence north 74 feet and 3 inches to a stake; thence east 37 feet 1 inche to a stake; thence south 74 feet o inches to banarruns Htrcet; me ace west 3 feet y inches with ba liar ran 8 street to the beginning. Third Also, one tract of land lvlns and being Tn Chelsea, and being a part of a tract of land sold vean ley ana Mcbcmore pi i4.ni acn.s io ts. iv. Thomas: this tract of land con t Ids 19 14-100 acres. and was forraeiiv conveyed to one A. J. hlto. Knurt h a Im. m. lut i vu is in ine iicrtn west cor ner of Winchester and Thin! streetH. Memphis, frontinir nn iiw north -.id'? of Winchester street 37 (m and mini. nr north nloiikf the west side of Thiol street between parallel lines 136 feet to Com merce HtreeL. Fifth Also. lot No. 8. lu diock 4.s on r roni strict In Fnrt Vit kcrinir. HivihAlsn hits a 4. 5. A. 7 and 8. of the subdl i siou of S. M. Gate, fronting on the east side of Manassas street, Memphis, ana tying ma diock two lots of said subdivision south of the old Ral eigh rood. uuity ut reieinpuon waivca. . i'. nr.ri rvi', i ruMWi rrr''-": ii tf-r--" 3 kftr wondOTml DM sitAarM. Ira. to lil.t oa th. followta ab: Who u& nMury.who not,why. Haa hood, Womiuihood. PhjrloMi deonj. Who should marry; How llf. and havppioma mar b. locTBMfd ; Effort, of cr Ibary and uoMt, ud many mora. ThoM marrlod Of cooCmplatlna marriaa. adaoold rand It than keep noder look ana Knr. XS OXSs or mnu ia natwr or ponuv. OrBul' ri. ;oariww hi., p. uohib, wi n. Dr. Wh1ttir. CD CC PRESCRIPTION For the .pewdr enra of Semlaal iood. NtrTouaMa, Don n -ion ol IdMUL Aversion, to Society amnrr nnsi ntaordaai-B hmiurht Ofi b Kacrtt A nvrlntmrlsl haa that inirradiant. Curat Ito last.619Kf.t:'hiirlpBtHt. IxmU, Mo. ? ol Dr. JACQUES 708 Ohssnut t, St. Louis, Wo.st tUainns (iaoea to cur 8perniatorrhu.a, Beinlnol Weakness, ur. Spe: jr. nil for ImnotencT. Urinary or Bladder diseases. orma of Syphilis. OonorrhaBa, OlMtt, IMMnt CJiwituirn u SAW AXD MILI STAVY YARD. a few days. All th. dinc iwstUtlng from twlf-abase, exposort raa Aavio trn. ttoewM or c: tSMcUeias. radicrUy (Mirwl for lif. with ut. Unari. low. uttu or wtii fiynrptom Book for two stamps. IO Cta. DOORS. SASH. BLINDS. HOLDING. LUMBER tTOimBWBBg DBiBuTlS'Ulir""H" Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, and Cedar Posts, 3VTexri.Tli-lai Tenneasiee. ESTABLISHED 1849. SFEOHT & WALTER WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTURERS for THE TRADE OS-WEDDINGS A!' PARTIES A 8Pf.CULTT.-M Beat Candles inch as Ocnm Csramrls, (renin Walnuts, C'rcans flics. Cream Dates Cream Coeoannt Balls, Cream Almond faase, anil others, at 40els per pannd, 3"F jisscaaL Street. Iitttaiilvidl8l7 at IS V. 6th Strtit, ST. 1OT3. KX nHB !yteUiw ( ettam. Ihri old ao! well SoowalnafV 1 tutkm ar rcaular gradualM im snedtciM and MErgery. loan J MwMrmtm m lh trMtaciil of ( hrwU tbmtr aaUlaadaUl araetltwacr. that ihrou have aOaaa. ability anuch ttpari' im thai trf tba rdtoarf ii. as... a. a-naiswal a WmOttMm a thV trntnial of esUrtie-l4 a !Tiii7Z!ZrtZAr7eUu. Urvallitt, all TraaMM mM SjaallltU or Barwww-1 aifocoo ot Ih. !, Witness isi(u mtresrj L nsisnnSaaa, . mil w u n SlsaVsnnaw, la tl asM. ci, WInsioa. smrfrW. ma;, i.l.miWeTelM & ATI F fi TS TREATED ?'gSt STffrSTnTi- vrei and tava- ihrouca utcrr i jWDISCI sSTuillcl a H) triawry ihrfMii, ! 3". T,. VOEMGrES JLaS cS& Go. NO. 336 MAIN STREET, Cor. UNION, MEMPHIS, TENN. ALL KINDS OF BOOTS and SHOES Hmle to Ortler in Best Klyle and Work nip. ALSO BOOT and GAITER MADE TO ORDER AltStyleaor Laities' an UcaUsmu's HaHDIADl BOOTS and SHOES IN LARGE VARIETY. Soleleather tip shoe A Specialty. W00DMAN8KX A GaBSID riHB SHOES, IM ALL BTTLX8. ." a. Iketr aattSMtasMt. 14 m.keaimnt itiTeiJ- nwMenlial, mud should be iddmsaw br. BCTTsk Kwri (till H M. Loula. M.a. as - M pSa trua lrt troattlM With M?ofTfME L-AU I Ha W (Fit. A 'HUSrWhHri) ahcaU Mnrl " ' Hurrla'ParapKlrtdllrMad by nsLra)(tViiig dcsciipttrtD of uu Remedy, and aliowias; rts t ptiraUoa. Tha pamphlet valvabl. lo any lady la deli cate brallh. Bwlag s tlrfrtiCTir irarticsl treatise ai tliis di at trea. HARRIS RtMEIT CO. ST. 10UIS, MP PRESCRIPTION FREE , 1r (a. ac'ly Care .f Narrv.ua WvaLiifwa, ia... VKmIII.. I'mnat.p. iKhliUy, Nit.hmihm. 1 fat .Oil ale . (antlusiosl of laloava. Ikofa'tl w Ur. ,ry aui Usr4era brouaat urn by .vvrwrl ni-d buvssra, rj rw arar tsk, si w HILL FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 20G-298 Front St., MemphlH Tenn. HILL, FONTAlE & CO, Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts Cor. Third aud Iocitat streets, St. liouls. KQX.RESIDEXT NOTICE. Non-Renidcnt Notice. No. 8S09-In the Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tenn. w. A. coiner el ai. v. l ne neomoui ami ArlluKton Life Insurance Co. et al.- It apiwarliiK f rn tha bill In this cause that the defendants. The I'italinout aud Arllnaton Life In surance Company aud Annus B. Blakely, are non resident of the Htate of Tcnueaaee: that the Pied mont and ArltiiKton Life Iusurance Company is IndcbUMi to tno rouipiainanis in ine sum oi auoui live hundred dollars, mnro or loss, due and evi denced by open account, and attaclinieut havinK been irsucd and returned levied on the property of said Insurance Company: It la therefore ordered. That sain two aeienoauia make tbclr apprrauc-e herein, at tho courthouse of Bhelby countv, lu Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the Bret Monday lu May, 1KI, and plead, answer or demur to complaliiants'bill, or the samo will ba taken for conleased as U) tliem. aud net for hearliiir cx parte, and that a copy of this order be publUheil one: a woek, for four successive weeks," in the Mempbls Appeal. This 'Arilli day of March, 1881. A t-ouy Attest: KOBKRT J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By K. B.McIIknby I). C. aud M. Pmlth A Chillier, Bols. fur Complainants. sit J. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHY MURPHY & MUltTlIY, General Insurance Agents, Xo. MatiUou Street, ADJ0INIS0 COTTON EXCHANGE, ADMIXISTKATOirS NOTICE AdiiiiniHtrator''s Xolioe. TTAVIN(i been apiKiiuUil, and ha iue qualified II asadniini.-tratorof the estate of John P. Ar nold, decea-d, I hereby notify all crelitorsof said estate to sresent their claims to me, d uly probated. Wltinn ine lime require uy raw; anu uie ueDiors to said estate will please call upon me and settle isail v . w. i,tniunin, Aam r. A. S. I.IVKRWORE. President. II. A. TATlin, Secretary. wrarniT. Vsman afMsrhlatrr. (ito. W. WAINK1UUT, t'arensaa Pattera Dpl PROBATE SALE, The Livermore Foundry & Machine Co 160, 16S (Succesors to Guun & Pagan, Union Iron Works.) , lft 1, 106, 168, 170, 172 and 171 Adams, Memphis. their accounts. Memphis.. ..Tennessee. a-Only the best companies. Giuhouses and Country Stores a specialty STEAMSHIPS. HICK TAXES. BACK TAXES. PARTIES indebted for taxe to the city of Mem phis for ltiTS, and years prior thereto, are no tified to coma forward and pay the same, and save themselves the costs of a i hancery suit. The law requires me to tile a bill without delay against all delinquents. MINOR MERIWETHER, Receiver sod Back-Tax Collector, ALLAN LINE Of Royal Mail Steamers From Baltimore vsT altebkati Tuesday poa Liverpool, via Queenstown. From Bos. loss Bvaay Thorsdat poa E.lverpool, via Lon donderry. Extra Steamers from salssitaw, Hal. way and Loudonderrjr. This lino offers su perb Cabin Accommodations, and makes a spe cialty as to kind treatment to BUerage Passen gers, ror outward and prepaid tickets appiy 10 JAS. SPEED, Attentat Memphis, or to LEVE A ALD EN, General Passenfrer Agents, 207 Broadway, New York: 105 South Fifth K., FhU dclphia; 6 State street, Boston. Iron and Brass Castlnars, Khartiac and Pallejrs, Cotton Presses, Plantation Work Building- Work, Railroad Work, Steamboat Work, Brass Goods, Pipe and Pipe Flttlnirs. General Repairs and everything pertajnlnff to the Foundry and Machine Shop Business. aVarcTiowthorotrJypr BILiLARB & COETIH COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 302 AND 304 FB0NT STREET, MEMPHIS. , t Probate Court Sale of City Property. No. 40, K. D. In tlie Probate Court of Shelby county. Tennessee Patrick Brou-au vs. John Brogan et al. BY virtue of a decree for sale entered In thl cause, April a, lml. I will offer for sale, at public auction, to tho nurnesi Diuuer, in minin the courthouse door, ou Main street, Kemphia, Tennessee, on Saturday, April SO, ISA!, within leiral hours, the lollowiug dercribed real estate, to a it: Htuated in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennesaee and bounded as follows; Being lot no. one in a. wuwiuh uwiiiinivii ui original lots Nos. MS and 619. said lot No. 1 begin ning at the Intersection of the Raleigh road and Railroad avenue; thence with south side of Ral eigh road avenue north 60 east one buudred feet; tunDoe south 20 ra-t eighty Are fe t and tea Inches to the north side of Rsilroad avenue; thence north 81s west oue hundred and eight feet to tne beginning upm which asld lot are valua ble improvement, consisting of atorehouea and dwelling and a double tenement, all fronting on uiv naivign roao. Term of Sale One-fourth cah ; balance on s credit of T and IS months, with Interest; purchaser xecurlnr notes, and a lien will be retained to se cure the at ferred peymen ta. This April 5. 11. OWEN VV cn, vieia. John Loague, Att'y. for eompln't. sal