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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATUEDAY, APEIL 30, 1881.
ILWAY RECORD. Hfkl and Dfiwmn of Trains. on the Paducab and Memphis road move vs: Mail leaves daUyst&:w p.m. ; ireiKu. try MomlHT, Wednesday, rnilay ana oi 9:30a.m. "Mail arrives daily at.8:a0a.m.; rrives daily at 4:30 pro od the Memphis and Little Rook road move i: Passenger leaves ilailv at 5pm.; freight illv, exj -pt Sundav, at 6:30 a.m. rassen ves daily at lrt:1 p.m.; freUjht arrives cept Hunday, at (j:4'p.m. on ine jiempmH.im tui ,ctw , ', city time: Mail leaves daily at 11:39 st mail and express leaves daily at 7:00 ail arrives daily at 11 :45 a.m : fast mail aud arrives daily at X:.Vi p.m. Komerville ao latlon leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4:40 inenrille accommodation arrives daily, ex idav, at 8:00 a.m. - on the Louisville and Nashville road move ws: Fast mail arrives dailyat ft: JO a.m.. at 10:M) p.m.; mail leaves daily at 7:35 '.mwnville accommodation leaves daily. J umlay , at 4 :0j p.m. ; mail arrives dailyat Brownsville awomraouttiion arriff ptSunday, at:40 a.m. Saturday the ex- us.ouiy to as a.enzie, connecting iur on the Miissippi and Tennessee road follows: Mall leaves daily at 12:30 p.m. ; -commodation leave" daily, except Sunday, ..ra.; freight leaves daily, except Sunday, m. Mail arrives daily at 10:10a.m. ; Sardis odation arrives daily, except Sunday, at a.; Height arrives dally, except ounuay, at PEBSeXAL AID C1E5EBAL. xtension of .he anion depot at Chat Is to he built at once, to he tixl02 feet, aud when complete and furnished, iij.ouo. new uniforms for all the rnnners on t Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia railroad en received at Knoxville from the maim- Texan Western Railroad company hag tides of Incorporation. The road is to run i Antonio, on the kio Grande, to Houston line Pass. P. II. Conlev, lath of the Cincinnati m railroad, died at his r-fidence in New- ntucky, on Wednesday. He was one of the railroad builders in the country. tain B. P. Kolwon, the efficient travel nt of the Memphis and httrleiton, returned ay from his hiiHiiiens trip down the river, ehorieued his stay ou uccountof Ills feebie thousand shares of tieorqia railroad iave recentlv been transferred to Kx-l'rest- reene, of the Louisville and Nshville rail- ilc is now ine inrui-st storsnoiuer in ine avlng nearly .WW shares. Louisville. New Albany and Chicago y purchased the Indianaolis. Delphi and i railroad and made the same part oi its line, rinluK a sin rl line, after thirteen miles n o-e have been built wnih will be done at ouel n LiHii ville aud Chicago and Lafayette and the intent on of the M-niphis and -ton Kuilroad comp.iHV to place debenture to the auiouut ol t7no,oou Willi lis aiocKiioiu- rdcr that it may improve lis equipments nunp lis hiisiii-ss caoaeitv to an extent o the demand, and at the some time release i eariiiinis of the road heretofore employed iiik extraordinary iinpioveincnis, as a invi i the holders of the stuck. I iprris l!usinea on (be O. aud SI. innati, April 23. Judge Baxter, of ied Elates court, who yesterday intimated a inse were pronerly brought before uim. iid retrain tlie ohiound WiAid-'.ii'ipi railroad oing an expre business, was tod-ty told by I Mr me receiver oi tlie roan mat me ex lisiness had ueeu nutliori.ed by an ordi-r of irt issued Ion; t'tsn. Judire llitster said he grant counsel a week, or until the return of Hg, tlie receiver, to find such order. If it 1. hewoiiu revoke it. me rnau was in tndsof tlie court. Its charter does not au e it to do an express business, and the re , whirls a mere agent of the court, could not 1 the pjw ers granted in the charter. The Keatncky fcnnday Law. riaviLi.E, April 29. The elate attorney lis county has commenced reveral actions -t the Louisville and Nushville railroad for ion of the Biinilny law. Petitioner six'clfies inning of certiiiu trains and employment of and savs: Piuiutifl' further states, that by i of said facts the defendant, by virtue of tlie .a ill such cases made and provided, bivame to flnei in favor of tho commonwealth of lckv. the nlaintitr, as aforesaid, in the sum i. as follows, to- it: One line of fifty dollars mining and operating said train, and six tines for tlie employment oi persons engagea rk and labor iism the same, whereupou Ihe titr prays iudgmeutagainst defendant fur the d t .4) aud cms. ( oavrntlonof TrnDk Line. y.vr Yoitic, April 2!). A convention of Kcrsand general irelgnt acenis oixneiriiua railroads and their 'cu:ineciliui.s has oeen in te seanon for two days att:ieo:nc oi me It .line commissi in. and adjourned yestcr- All the p;1neip;il roads in tlie c unir- easi west wen represiMiti'd. 1 lie couiniitue on irication of ireig.its rei;oiiimendeii some i-s, wlueh were Mi'.oted .and will tic uiaie c shortly. The roads west of ltnff.ilo, at s where the truinc is apportioned, adjusted itfereni-e between thein'Ives relating to a inn of the biuuneKS. Commissioner 1 ink aald tn.irrt Inn! Iteeu no advance or reduction made U lea on through freight. He also said that no m had been taken .n regarl to so-called freight pooling agreement 'eeii the trunk lines. The esi-sting compact ides for the pooling of the tonnage of freight .iiiijietiug trunk lines and the divi&iou of it by eil jpeiceiitige between the roads. A further nice in the formation of a southwestern r.iil- 1 combination was substantially concluded by grccmeiit ou the basis ol a consolidation of Iron Mountain railroad with the Texas and tie railroad. It was agreed to consolidate the roads on a basis of not exceeding five per . diflcrcni-e In stocks in favor oi tne iron ntalu. '1 his concession was made by the ue former. A CARD. I all who are suffering from the errors and In rfctiona of youth, nervous weakness, earlyjde loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that cure jrou, FREE OF CHARGE. This great udy was discovered by a mlsslouary In South riea. Bend a self-addressed envelope to the .fnssn T. Irnnnn. Station P.. New York City IXVElt PAD. HOLMAB'S TAP CURES . SIMPLY without &T-. by 'Sorlii.Sno iTHrjiWrrtflATi ibuibiuw. TaADa mask. " ie 0NLT TRUE MALARIAL AXTID0TE la. HoiJt AWa PabU no gueavwork remedy no ble Imitative experiment no purloined hodge lge of aome other inventor's Ideas; It i the -Iffinailaund only srennln carmtlwa Paul, only remedy that has an honestly-acquired ht to use the title-word " Pad " la connection ih a treatment for chronic diseases of tne 8 torn 111. Liver and Spleen. ,'addltlon of vegetable Ingredients of newiy-nis-,erel remedial value and absorptive adnpbtbil- lir. H0LMAT4 has greatly Increased Uie scope of Pad's tiselulness and appreciably augmented ai'tlvo curative bower. t his great improvement give IIot.JCAil'a Pad tin lis Adjuvants) conipieiu aun moaning nw il over tlie mon persisteiu auu nnyieiuiiig itiruis t hrsnle Itlaenao of the StoniHch and fiver, as well as 'lalorliil Bland poisoning. IIolhan's Pads nave eurcii, anu are uauy curing, .a nl no Til il II V kinds, tlnit the list is well-lllkh teiminable. It Includes Mislnrlnl I'olaon of rv lvji, fnun Aching Hones anu lxw reversto ills and Dumb Ague: Ntoinaehi lIlMnn, h aa liyspipsla, liullgcstion, Sour Stomach, roiilc Diarrliea. Flatuleucv. Heartburn, etc.. etc. I vet IHMwrdera, like BiliouM.'ess, lllllous-colic. ulcerous rivers, Mi k lleuiliu lic, I'alna lu tne de, Bilious Fevers, Torpid l.ivsr, etc., etc. Well its Uiia mighty remedy justify the eminent Prof, miiils's high encomium: " ft is nearer a Cniver I Panaciia than aiivthinfir in Mislicinn 1" i he success nf lloi, man's 1'aks has lunpln d lml- lors who offer Pads similar 111 form and Mior tha k-aulns If olanan lltl. Beware of te Imkuii mid liiiitnlioti Pad, irotlen i oNljr fo aellon lio reputation of the KM IXKIIalmnn I'imI. J-:arli renaine llolman Pad boars the Prt nt RrTcass Mlamp of the Hoi. man Pad iMrArtY, w tin ttie anovu 1 raue-Mark, priuicu 111 een. "4T For sulo by all tirst-class drugcisia, or ut by mall, postpaid, ou receipt of H'J, HUI.MAN PAU t'O O. TtoTllH l tvni"- w Turk, CEM EXT. NGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT J. B. WHITE t& BROS.' (ir.MiMi nj;lisli Port land Cement! tOVKBNMENT ST AN HARD THE REST FOR Concrete. Fonndalloiis, Cellar Moors, Pave iclits, Artitlcliil St ilic, cle For sale by JOHN' A. DCMr, Nnlr Axrnl, Front afreet, aimitfiim. J.IVEH IMKiORITOIt. Only VcgeuUe Compound that acts directly v.pcn inc Liver, anu cures Liver Complaints, Jaun dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos tiveness, I IeaJachc. It assists di gestion, strengthens the system, regulates the bowels, purifies the Llood. A Book sent free. Dr. ANFORn, 162 Broadway. N. Y. FOR BALE BY ALL ERUOOIt5T Money Made! 0, 20, H50 or IOO. luvestol ianitir new money-making. roKiperative plan ui puimiibiiiiii, -m m a ttnaiMlst In ue.iiid iays tlie foundation ol your lortuue, Hend for new pamphlet, free. XEJ1MI" k MII.I.CB. Brokers, Ji Merchants Building, Chicago, 111. 1 ivitlQBATDR' FINANCE AND TRADE. FI3TAXGI2. Buxiiic-w wa too quiet yesterday to give any new point". Memphis and Charleston railroad slock was unchanged and without transactions, with some appearance of declining confidence iu the last ' boom." Memphis gas stock stands better. The four small light on the bluff, supplied from anigine on wheels, leaves it in fair condition. An application to Nashville for a lot at 75 was an swered yesterday; the 7" stock could not be dis covered. A sale haa been niade of l-w shares of Citv fire Insurance at H2 aim w. Burnt exenauge on New York and principal eastern points, demand, at par, premium selling: New England and other points, carrying 3 days' grace, V discount: New Orleans, discount. Money is loaned at 6 per Cem" MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. -. ' . Clearing. Balance. April. i 77,'.k'i0 99 I2S.177 71 Tuns far this week 400.1-x l:l Thus far lust week . . 73O.910 29 Tnus far hut year 547,323 21 W'i.K7S 9S 'JOi.IWi li 32 BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, April 29. Rentes, Slf. 5SC. NKW ORLEANS. April 29. New York sight ex change, .! 50 per alooo premium, bleruiig ex cliange bankers' bills. 4M. LONDOK, April 29. ConsoU. for money, 101 11-1C; on account, 101. United States new as, 104. Pennsylvania Central, Tlyl,: New York Central, 140; Erie, 4: Erie seconds, 106 V,; Reading, 127. NEW YORK, April 29. Money S$6 per cent., closing at 4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, i1 5 per cent, sterling exchange bankers' bills s.ri:t: demand, 4n.4. ijoverauieot lKndsnrm and higher for all imiucs excpt lis, which are un ciutuged; of IWI, lftffi; new As, W2:i: new 4;, 114',;; 4., llfi'-J: Paclrtc 6s of 1895, 131. State bonds nnsieratclv active: lxmisiana 1 consols, .V.I; Mis souri, 11554; St. Joseph, 110; Tennessee 6s. old, 73; Tennessee 6s, new, 73; Virginia 6s, old, 39; Viigiina 6s. new, Virginia cousois, llo; Virginia consols preferred. 118. The stock market opened irregular, the only im portant changes being a decline ol percent, in Metropolitan and an advance of per cont. iu Chesepcake and Ohio first preferred and i in Ke i.ling. In the early dealings a strong tone pre vailed, and an advance of Vt to percent, was recorded, in which Marietta and Cincinnati second preferred and Texas Pacific were most conspicuous. At the first board the market became weak, and prices declined 'i to "t per cent., Reading. MobiH and Ohio and New Jersey Central leading. This was followed by an advance of W to ir cent., and dealings continued tirm until late iu the after noon, when the entire list became weak, and a re action of 't to 1 per cent, look place, in which coal shares were rnosi prominent, in the liual sales tin- market again became strong, and closed at an advance of li to ' per cent., the latter iu Read ing. Houston and Texas fell oil' 2;-j per cent, on the day's transactions. Transactions a-gn-gated 278.000 shares, of which there were of Canada Southern 1100, Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central 5000, Chesajieake and Ohio 4.'ss, Delaware. Lackawanna and Western 42.000, Dela ware auti HudS'iu oooo, Denver and Rio Grande .3), Eri'j tsiuO, Iron Mountain 2200, Kaunas and Texas "ayiO. LaKe shore 34.000, Louisville and Nash ville 9300. Michigan Central 93JO. Manhattan Ele vited4:i, Metropolitan Elevated .Vsjo, Mobile and Ohio 0.--0O, Marietta aud Cincinnati firsts preferred 15,000, North western :I200, New Jersey Central Ss.uuO, New York Central 3700, New York Elevated 2200, Ohio and Mississippi 1000, Ontario and West ern 3000, Pacific Mall 3700, Reading 21,000, St. Paul 50uo, siuro Tunnel fsioo, Texas Pacific :0i. Union Pacific 2m Wabash Pacific 5000, Western Lniou 5200, St. Paul and Omaha 2uio The closing quotations were as follows: central Pacilic bonds, 114; Union Pacific Arsis, ll.i!,; Union Pacific Land-grants, 113; Union Pacific sinking funds, 120; Lehigh ana Wilkea barre, 181 ; bu Paul auu Siou x City firsts, no sales; Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Cen tral firsts, no sales; Chicago, Columbus and In diana Central, seconds, no sales; Erie seconds, 10.;; Rock Island, 13i offered: Panama, 260; Fort Wavue. 128; Pittsburg, 133; Illinois iutral, 1:74; Chicago, Burlington aud Qulucy, 104 ; Chl cagoand Alton, 134: Chicago and Alton preferred, lip: New York Central, 144; Harlem, 205; Lake Shore, 121; Canada Southern, 74',; Michigan Central, 107; Erie, 40:; Erie preferred. e7;: Northwestern, 122: Nonn western preferred, 132; St. Paul, 111: St. Paul pn ferrcd, 121 ; St. Paul and Omaha. 41 : St. Panl and Omaha preferred, 97; Delaware, Lacka wanna and Western, 117; Morris and Essex, 122; Delaware and Hudson, 108; New Jersey Central, ; Reading. .V2:Ohlo and Mississippi, l..:: Onio and Mississippi preferred, 100; Chesapeake and Ohio, 2".; 8; Mobile and Ohio, 21; Cleveland and Columbus. 8!,; Chicago, Columbus :: i Indiana Central, 24; Ohio Central. 2H; Laa Erie and Western, 49; Peoria, Decatur and Evansville, 37: Ontario and West ern, at1;; Rtirilugtou, Cedar Rapidf and Nortuein, i-y-y, Alton and Terre Haute, 51; Alton aud Terre Haute preferred, 127: Wabash, St. Lonis and Pacific, 4ir'4; Wabash, 8U Louil and PaciSc preferred, 8;B; Hannibal and St Joseph. 57; Hannl bi and 8L Joseph preferred, 103; Iron Moun tain, 6t. Louis and San Krancisco, 44: St, Louis and 8s n Francisco preferred, 6i;: St. Louis and San Francisco firsts preferred, fe8; Chicago, St. Louts and New Orleans. 71; Kansas and Texas, 4 !': Union Pacific, 116; Central Pacific, 85; Northern Pacific, 42; Northern Pa cific preferred, 72: Louisville and Nashville, 9!U: Nushville and Chattanooga, 83; Louisville, New Albany and Chicago, 79; Houston and Texas, 70; Denver and Rio Grande, 105: Western Union Telegraph, llo: Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 4i; Pacine Mail, 51; Adams Ex press, 129; Wells & Fargo's Express, 117; Ameri can Express, 78; Uuited States Express, 61; Quicksilver, 17; Quicksilver preferred, B5; Can non, 2; Cantruf Anions. 4: Home Stake, 24; standard. 24; Excelsior, 5; Little Pittsburg, 3: Ontario, 37. COTTOJf. The telegrams yeaterday were drooping. Liverpool spots were tending down, New York was down, ami l:i tlie eveulng rcw Orleans followed New York : cotton anneared to have no chance. In our market the demand was slight; buyers were languid, while holders were glad to sell, and did not refuse concessions to effect operations At the e use tne niackooara renoTieu uncnatigea rates The V..W Yiirlr fnii f Wcdliesditv. isnortei1 r 'Ou to-day's market for contracts the turn was slightly f ir the better, and while there was an oc casional drop from top figures, a reaction was generally close behind, and the selling iuterest P"n lii.l tt.luaul.gn r.w -,.M tmi Itll Tiiipr.ivcineiil was to be fouua In tTie stronger ad vices from Liverpool, both as to spots and futures, which led some of our recent shorts into eoverimr. and hurried up a few buying orders, at the same time checkiic; the offering and leading u a light supply on the favorite months. There was also considerable doing In the wav of trans fcrring and extending contracts in such form as to help support matters, and it w as also thought there was an effort at strength aguiust the Issue of May notices due to-moriow. Advices from the Bnuth show very little change calculated to work for or against tlie market, the accounts reporting a lurther slight rise of water on the npicr Missis sippi, but a falling away ou the lower section of tlie river and Its tributaries. 1 nere was again an appearanie of some outside demand for invest ment, and, taken altogether, tne 'bulls' inclined to assume that the situation favored them. There Is evidently a lack ol positive confidence, however. and we fiud few, if any, 'bears' willing to change front." Teetfrday. Ordlnarv Oocd ordinuy f,w niiddling Ml Idling 10 middling.... 10'i Bt.ins and off colors Low ordinary, 6c; ordi nary, 6' c; good ordinary, 7c; low middling, s'io; rniiioung, ye. Market quiet, gales, 550 bales, including 50 to exporters and 500 to spinners. Week's sales, 72uu, including 4400 to exporters and 2MK) to spin ners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. dtock, Bcpvember 1. 1S80 6,384 lecalvea to-aay no Received previously 440,168 410,917 Shipped to-day 575 447,301 ouiLiiied previously .....B8i,uiu sMi.uto Slock, running account IMPORTS. Thus far this week.... Thus far ltutv.cck Since September 1st 60,666 .. 4,215 ...440,917 Memphis i Charleston B. It .. Mississippi and Tennessee R. R. Louisville Nashville Great Southern R.R.. Memphis it Little Rock R. R........... Paducah & MemphU R. R Steamers . Wagons and o ther sources .... 57 40 185 82 14 Total.... . 749 . 7,639 . 8.69.1 .3S6,6; EXPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far last week..., Since September 1st.. Misslssioni and Tennessee R. R. Louisville and Nashville U. S. R. R.. 320 Total 575 We are Indebted to Suiierintenilent H. Hotter for ine loiiowiiiK coiiuiumuve suiLviiiciib 01 oaics w dale for the liast four seasons: Day Before. aiojl M l'.. lR80I. l79-S0. !lS7H-79. jl(77-78. Toexirtuni i 2I3.67.V 16.t.9no: 209,;i! 207,'i2."i Tospiiinera i 11 lS7.i li,7."a) l.v.,ono! lll.92." To speculators 6,50! 12. UIU; 17,700' 10, Till Total 1 361,5'iOi SlO.aV), tarioO.iO 3tsl,200 BY TELE1RAP1I. The following are the latest telegrams of the domcslic markets, aa reported yesterday to the Cot ton exchange : Latest tata of Price Te.eaisms Market. Kac p,a ' Middling. Galveston Hull. 7I 10 Ntfw Orleans..... IrreK'hir 4,.Vi7 10J4 Mobile rniTiK'l 101 10'S 8vaniian Quiet. 230 lo'i CnarlesUin Headv. 57S 0 Wilmliutton Unlet. 40 vsl Norfolk yulet. 1,100 Kf. Baltimore Quiet. 2.1 Vfi,ifnwZ New York Quiet. 1,014 10 11-16 Itustoii . Dull. (HA 11 Philadelphia Dulh I'M 11' 1 ue loltowiui; are tne New yora spot uuotaumi for yesterday: Ordiuary, 7V4C; (rood ordinary, g l-Hc: low tiilriillliie, 0 l.i-ioc: mioilline, iu 1 i lls' good middling, IVi: middling fair, l'.'',c. At lo:2. weak: at 12:20. easier: at 2:4d unlet at 3:39, quiet. Sales, 76N bales; contracts, 400 bales. Stock. 1H.664 bale. The following shows tne closing quotation! of futures In the New York market yterdnv: Moutlia. Yesterday. Day before. April Jany Julie July Auiust..... September.... October Ni.veinber . Pm-embcr . lo.wsio.rvi 10 ,V),nHI..')l 10..VrjllO w 10.67iuilO.6H CalO.71 10.4110.47 10.11(110.12 10.00(10.ir2 10.0(1 JS10.02 10..V2(i10..S3 io..v.'(aio"a 10.61 S10. 62 S10 71 10.7sail0.79 10.4'.C41fl.."iO 10.1:1(410. lft 10.02(1410.0.4 10.02(910 IM The following is the New Y'ork comparative cot ton statement Net week receipts at all V lilted States porta 47,000 Same week last vcar 31,000 5.:;i7,iio 4,644.000 t'vi.ono 77,000 3.81.1.000 .3,169.0011 Total receipts at all U. 8. ports to date Same date last year Kxport from all V. S. ports for the week. Same ucck last year Tolid cxmru from all U. S. ports to date. Siime date last vear Stock at all United Slates ports M Same time last year Stock ut m11 interior towns Same time last vear , .. 60.I..S10 . 619.000 . 116.000 . 11:1,000 Stock at LiveriKMil .1. IN 10,000 Same time last year Siia-k of American afloat for Great Britain. Same time last vear 714.000 177.000 122,000 The tone of the future market was as follows: At 10::si. steady: U.M. quiet; 12:2f, dull 1::1, barely dull; 2:o0, dull: 3:2j. easy. Sales, 61,000 bales. Tne New Orleans telegrams reported the market clnsixl dull at ln-'.c. (-ale. 20uo bales. Receipts, xv,7 tiales. KiliKia. jm.iiM oaies. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported the market liau a ichuiuk now 11. naiea, souu oaies. OI iii.-h 5200 nero American. Reeeints. 22.7oo bales. of hich 22.1O were American. Middling uplands, t. i,;.t 1 Irleans. tal. The LiveriKMil market for futures at noon was ir,.ak Annl. Atirii-iiay, ii.iy Jiuie, . Bn ; June- julv, 5 31-S2d : July-August, 6 1-32(1: Auaust Sep- i.itiiai- October--Novciniier. n ;;2 1 ; N Ki,p.lweiiilMr. V.d. At 310: Futures dull Manchester goods quiet. At 4:10: May June, .S 27 .'!il; JuueJtlly, 5 lVlnd. At :to; july-Au 1,11.1 ,..l s.i'..s 'f,.rib wiN-k st Liverpool, 12,000 hales American, 13.000 bales, of which simulators i,,l s lud.-s : exoorUTs took 4000 nates; n warded from shins' aide direct to spinners, 22,000 bales; actual export, 6500 bales: total receipt!", 1M.O0O bales ; American, 112.000 bales: total slock. l.OuO.OUO bales; American 7i.2.000. bales; amount afloat, 2fi6.J0 bales; American, 177,000 bales. The movements at the porta were reported aa follows: This iThis w.l Last Week. LastYr. Week. Receipts for 7 lays Eip's to Great Britain.. Exp's to Continent Stock on band 47.297 61.244 31,409 32.203 51.879 5rt,711 10.3451 :w.7'Jl aj.nli li,li39i 632.HW! 619,3.10 Total receipts at all United States porta, 5,317,314 bales; same date 1879 , 4,650,164 bales: same date ls78, 4,303,220 bales. Increase of receipt at United States ports this year, 667,150 bales. Total foreign exports. 3,814.591 bales: last year, 3,151.265 bales; year before, 3,161,451 bales. ' Total stock at all United States ports, 6ft.639 bales; last year. 619,350 bales ; year before. 369,210 bales. OEXERAL TRADE. Arrival- yesterday were not large, and the markets bad very little about them to attract at tention. Prices were generally as previously re ported. Potatoes looked very strong. Hay held up to its high figures. There was some change in lime aud cement. Quotations below are for round lots at the landing and at tho railroad depots, and include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to the time of ar rival. Jobbing and store sales ara at higber rates, as they include drayage, storage and profit ol the dealer. FEED Corn sales of 200 sacks white at 61c; in store, 63iic. Oats sale of 100 sacks at 46c: iu store, 490e. Bran sold at f 16 to arrive ; in store, 95cs n per cwt. Hay sales of 175 bales of choice at inr&T, 50: in store, il 2"(a)l 45 per cwt. FLOUR Flour treble extra, as; family, S5 50(3 S 75. choice, (6; fancy, 6 2.X36 50. CORN MEAL Firm at 12 80 on the landing. FRUITS AND BERRIES Apples in store, 12 75i3 25, according to quality ; sale of 100 barrels small at 12 45; Spitzbergens and Rome beauties, fl(34 50. Oranges Messina, $4(6. according to size of box. Lemons, 133 50 per box. Cranberries In barrels, s9: half-barrels, $4 50 &-". Cocoanuts, $3 504 a hundred. Bananas, tl 50 2 50 a bunch. POTATOES in store, K803; peachblows on landing at 12 75. Sweet potatoes in store, 13 3 50 ONIONS AND CABBAGE Onlor.i In store, (4 50 35 a barrel ; onion sets, 17 a bushel. Cabbage Louisiana, 45 according to size and freshness. GREEN VEGETABLES Cucumbers, II dozen. Green peas, tl 25(41 50 a box. Beets, 75c a dozen bunches. Caulitlower, $3 a dozen head. Snap beans, (4 5o a peck box. Spring onions, 40c a dozen bunches. Radishes, 25c a dozen bunches. Lettuce, 30c a dozen heads. Pie plant, 25c a dozen. EliGS AND BUTTER Eggs quiet, at Hr15c. Butter common, 12(15c: medium. 18020c; choice western, 2426c. Oleomargarine, H(9lsc per lb. CHEESE Factory at 11912c per pound; cream, 14c$15c; Yonng America, 16c. POULTRY Oh iu kens at'.(!j4: spring chickens, f2 50ft3 75, according to size. Ducts, 50. Geese, S3 50(44 50. Turkeys, none. MISCELLANEOUS Hominy at is so a oarrei; grits, $3 60 a barrel. Cider Missouri, $8509 a bar rel, wmte beans meaium. zin: ony.Ka. nioca peas, 1 75Q2. Dried apples, 45c per pound. Liriea peacnes, 01910 per pouuu. r. jhh h n. 1 air pies, 1112C per lb. Apple butter. 77c a Dound. Mince meat. 8(88c per pound, Kraut, according to size of barrel, SIO19I2: (5 506 half barrel. Pickles medium barrels, t9 259 50; half barrels. $5; small, SU50: half barrels, 6. ow clarified, hyimyifi: off white, 9Mc; snow white. Vsbfyifi; cut loaf, 11c; granulated aud powdered, IVc. Molasses fair. 42045c; prime to choice, 47 60c Tea imnerial. 55&80c Rice Louisiana. 636cc; Carolina. 6Uia7c Baiv per car-loaa, il ot; irom siore, i ou per barrel-. roarse.Deraack.il 35(3140: hue. XI 65. RAlUilNli AND TIKS Bamrinir flax. 10(10c: Jute. 1 to 2 lbs, 1111c; mixed, 10H?Hc. Ties standard makes, f 2 25; pieced and outside brands. si 7a. l wine, i c per id. N ATTJ4 At 13 25 rates. HOD PRODUCTS. Bulk meats, pacteo cicar- sldts, iV .il S per cental ol too pounds: clear no, S9 12: shoulders. $6 Mess pork, $19 a barrel; lonae l'2ic ner cental less. Bacon, pacxeo cnr aioe. m per ceniai oi iw Dounds: clear rib. SJ 75; shoulders. 16 87. Hams uaar-curea, viitisii ju. jreaxiasfc iwuiu, exiiis 11 25. Lard tierce. Ill 7.V312 ner rental of loo nonnns: keKS. $12 25 : 20 lb.. 12 37Vil250: 10 lb., J1287K; 3 lb., S13 25. Jobbing rates, loo 15 percent, above tnese Quotations, wnicn are lor large quantities. HiLikS. ktc. urv Hint. no. l. ikhiik:: iso. a iac: dry salt, I0(3l2c; green salt, 6(9!: tsneepsxins, 25ciisl 25. Tallow. biabUc Beeswax. 20c. LtATHEK Oak sole. 7a40c; nemiocx, umax per lb. : harness, 3640c; skirting, 38(a40e; French calf, 140(360 per dozen; domestic calf , $J045 rer osen. WOOL. Tnbwashed. 85S40c;unwashed,22(326c; biirrv. 15ia20e BRICKS. Hani. 110 50: soft, 19 a thousand ; nre- Dncx, i: ao(igi4 a nunarea. LIME-ANU CEMENT. Lime. 85(9900 a barrel; Tennessee, small barrels, 80c. Louisville cement. II 70(1 75 a barrel. Rosedale cement, 2($2 iu barrel ; Portland, Iai. Plaster of l'ans, 5- 50. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. ADril 29. Flour superfine western and State, ajral 50. W heat heavy : ungraded led. tl 10(sl 29. Coft'eedull: Rlo,cargK, 10ial'"ic; job lots, wmJc. Sugar dull: fair to good renutng, '4'hC. Molasses quiet Dm unn; new urieaus, 3nft.kSf Porto Kico. 3i;ia:-4V: Rnelish Island. 35(:l-Sc. Kiee sieaov u-irn a lair aemauu: .arouua auu Louisiana. 4;K'a7l4c. Pork dull aud lower: old mess, !16Sil6 124; new mess $17 75. Lard weak prime steam, 1 1 .'4e. CINCINNATI. Anril 29. Flour dull and lower: family. U 55 15; fancy, 15 35(36. Wheat in fair demand: No. 2 red winter, tl 12. Corn steady wo. 'i mixea. 4,c uats nrmer: ro. a muw, we. Rve dull and lower: No. 2. 81 22. Barley scarce and firm; No. 2 fall held at $1 15. Pork firm at 117 50. Lard, 11.20jj 11.25c. Bulk meats firm: shoul ders, 5"ic; clear rib, 8.&5c. Bacon firm; shoulders. 6'4c: clear rib, 9'ic; clear, 9e. Whisky firm at fl 05. Butter dull and lower; choice wesern re serve, 20321c ; choice central Ohio, 15018c. LOUISVILLE. April 29. Flonr steady; extra, 13 :t 25: extra family, ! 754 25; higher grades, 1S5 25; choice fancy, 15 75S 50. Wheat steady. 11 OS. Corn easier. No. 2 white, 51 c; No. 2 mixed, 48c. Oats steady : No. i white. 42ie; No. 2 mixed, -MVyC Rye swUyi Kol, tl 5(SI -U). Hay In fair oemana, isiigsi. i-orK steaay, tit, utra prime steam, none in the m-irket. Bulk meats steady, with a fair demand; shoulders, 6V: clear rib, 8.65c; clear sides, 9c. Bacon steady, with a fair de mand ; snoulders, rrtic: clear rib. 9e: clear. 9' -c. Sugar-cured hams, ll($llc. Whisky steady, 11 05. ST. LOUIS. Anrll 29. Flour lower on upper grades: family, 11 754 90; choice to fancy, 15 5 75. Wheat lower; No. 2 red, 11 071 06'i cash and April, 11 07fl 07'$ May, 11 064'. June, 11 0t(9 01 July, 9srf'4(a98C August, 97B&97c year. Corn easier; 4278(ar2,l4C cash, 42(942 May and June, 42'a4i'ic July, 4.1c August. Oats lweriXicash. :t5d:MT'c Mav. (aso-c July. Rye lower. 11 16 bid. Barley dull. 7V(a$l 10. But ter dairy, 15M25C. i',t&, 11c. Whisky steady, 1108. Pork quiet; jobbing, 117 65. Dry salt meats held firmly, 5.70,. 8 60, 8.N5C Bacon better, C'i, 9,'-4', 9Jcc. Lard slow, 11.20. NEW ORLEANS. April 29. Flour dull : superfine. 13; double extra, & 75(4; treble extra, 14 75(35; hiirber grades, 15 2.5(36 12' . Corn easier 5S(3ii6c. Uats steady, 48c. Corumeal dull and lower, 12 90. Hay in fair demand; prime, 126(326 50; choice, 128. Pork quiet: old. Ilv.iO: new. 11837. Lard easier: tierce. ll;tis Bulk raeatsqulet: shoulders, tmcked. hg(l6c; clear rib, 8'"c: clear sides, 8"6c. Bacon quiet but steaay; snouiuers, ty;c; clear no, tr;: clear, lrI9"'rtc. Sugar-cured hams canvased, 10 11c. Whisky quiet; western rectified, SI 051 10. Iiffee dull; rlo, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 9 '4c. Sugar fl rm ;C4mmon to good common, 6(3 7c; fair to fully fair, 71-47c; prime to choice, 7T'8(3S!ic; yellow clarified, aJjuTje. Molasses inlet out steady; tulenor, jc; ceuiniugai, zo(ct.iic; ennenting. 25u. Rice quiet; ordiuary to prime, 445c. CHICAGO. Anril 29. Flour quiet, weak and easier; spring wheats, 11(35 25: Minuesotas, 15 50: winter wneais, 4 oo(ii; low grades, oii(a ou. Wheat active but lower and unsettled ; No. 2 ren winter, 11 04(31 05; No. 2 Chicago spring. 11 Go3- 1 noncash. 11 00;8 May, 11 024 June and July. Cr.ru steady with a fair demand; 42' ,c cash, 42? e May, 424'.Kfc June, Wm:P July, 44c Aujjust. Oats quiet and weak: 35raC cash, May and June, ;t45-sC July. Rye strong and higher, 11 14. Barley dull and lower, 11 Oi. rurlt qmei out steady; 117 40 cash, 117 42,'i June, 117 blt July. Lard in fair demand but at lower rates; til 20,311 22U rash and May, 111 27'4 June, 11135 July. Ill 40 August Bulk meats steady ; shoulders, a 90c : short rib, 8.60c: short clear, 8.80e. Whisky steady, 11 08. toi. Wheat fairly active and a snade higher: 11 01 May, 11 02' j June, 11 ftS- July. Corn steady and unchauged. Oats firmer; Hiic May aud June, SI34T-'s Jnlv. Pork easier; 117 37'i May, 117 474 June, 117 50 July. Ijtrd irregular; 111 27(311 30 June, 111 32Jill 35 July, ill il August. DRY GOODS. NEW Y'ORK. April . The general condition of the market is unchanged. Cotton goods in moderate request at first hands, and leading makes steadilv held. Prints and lawns quiet. Gingliams active and firm. Lace dress buntings selling freely at lower prices. Heavy fancy cash meres in moderate demand. CIIAXCEIJY' SAL. E. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE. No. 3ti8, R. Chancery Court of Shelby County James IU.'ltly mlministrator of l KiiK-ebrwht, dtn'OHHod, vn. C hark's A. Iammanii ami others. 1 Y virtue of 1111 iuiorloi utorv decree for sale. J3 entered in the above cause on the llth day of Maxell, lcvM. M. It. W, p. ,Vv I will sell at public auction, to the hiKhevi bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master s utile?, court no use ol Shelby county. Teuuessee, ou Mnturdny, .Hy 7, 1SS1, within lcfcal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: Lvinc and beinc in tlie citv of Memnhis. now know n as the Taxing District of Shelby county, Teunettaee, and described an follows: llcginuing ataiitake on tne cal slue of Junes avenue, 3-iu feet from Fisher's south line: thence southwardly with said avenue ft) feet to a stake; thence east ward! 170 feet to a Muke: tlience nonhwanlly U feet to a stake: thence westwardly 170 feet to Jones avenue, the place of btinniiiK, iR'ing the sanie property sold to stiid C. A. Dainniaun by one Sarah V . Jones. Tenns of Sale On a credit of seven (7) months. purchaner executing note bearinp interest, with good necuritv, lien retained; redempuon cutoff. This April l. lssl. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Clapp & Beard. T. B. KdKin;ton, Sols. sat CHANCERY SALE OF- It E Ala ESTATE. No. 12. R. X. Chancery Court of Shelhy County Martha A. fuuiiitcr vs. Ueorge II. Want et al. T"Y virtue of an interlocutorv decne for sale, en- AJ tertil in tlie above causes on the 'JOth ilay of April, lfcTS, and renewed November lit. 18M), and April 13, ISM, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master s ofhee. courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Ten uessce, ou Kntnrdny, Nay 7, 1S1, within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Commencing at tlie intersection of the north line of the 20-fiait alley with ttie west lineof the Her- nanoo roau : running liicuce in a nortnwesterl direction with the w ast side of the Hernando roai 2."H feel to an acute augle the north corner of the property; thence south to the point where the north line of said J0-foot alley intersects the west line of the two-fifth interest as shown on the plat ou me uerelil, to w uicii reiereuce is maoe ior par tlculars. Terms of 8ale One-fourth 0i) cash: balance on a credit of 6 and 1'2 mouths; purchaser giving bond with approved security: lieu retained, hearing In terest from date. etc. litis April 1 lN-l. R. 3. BLACK. Clerk and Master. V. W. Miller and It l Jordan, SoR sat APMIXISTKATOK'S AOTICE Aflinlnislmtor'H Xotioe. HAVlNi betMi apjHitnied, and having qualified as ailniiuUtrator of the ealate of Johu P. Ar nold, deceased, I hereby notify all creditorsof said estate to k resent their claims to me. dtllv probated. within tlie time reouirvd by law; and thedebtora to said estate will please call upon me and settle uuiBocoimu, isatj tt,,wvsuiluiiiii PORT OF MEMPHIS. RTEAXERS LEAVIKe TO-DAT. See Advertisements.! St. Francis Rivr.RENE Macueadt, Jopliu,5p.m. White River Josie Harby, Harry, S p.m. St. Louis Colorado, McPheetera, 5 p.m. WILL LEAVE AS ADVERTISED. New Orleans CP. Chouteau. Sunday, 10 a.m . Vicksburg Commonwealth, Sunday, 10 a. m. St. Louis. ....Gold Dust, Sunday, 10 a.m. . MOV EMENT AT THE LEYEE. Arrrimlt Cltvof Helena. Vicksburg; Belle Mem phis, Friars Point ;.W. P. Halliday, St. Louis, and Charles Morgan. New Crleaus. Zlrporturea taty ol tieiena, ou lxjuis: vim nmu kle, Cincinnati ; Osceola Belle. Osceola; James Lee, Frt irs Point; Belle Memphis, Vicksburg: W. P. Hal liday, New Orleans, and Charles Morgan, Cincin nati. BixiU in Port Josie Harry. Boats Due Down-. Colorado. Boait Due I p Rene Mac ready and Gold Dust, RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Belle Memphis 250 brls flour. W. P. Halliday 50 brls Hour. Citv of Helena 40 bales cotton. James Lee 37 bales cotton. 22 sacks cetton-seed, 150 feet lumber, lot sundries. LOCAL POST NOTES. Business is rather Siiiet on the landing. The Centennial Ls due up Sunday evening for St. Louis. The City of Helena passed up on time yesteroay morning ior St. Louis. The receipts by river are iigm, amounting yes terday to only 77 bales cotton and 22 sacks cotton seed. The Belle Memphis passed down yesteruay irom St. Ixnits for Vicksburg, well laden, after adding 10 tons here. The Osceola Belle lett yesterday evening ior tne upper bends, all right, aud will leave hereafter on her regular days. ,. , , The Rene Miu-ready, Captain 0. K. Joplin, is the packet this evening at 6 o'clock for all points on St. Francis river. A. L. Banning is her attentive clerk. The W. P. Halliday, from St. Louis, passea aown fur 'w Orleans lust evenine with 140; tons. She discharged here a lot of Hour and added 20 tons of sundries. The Charles Morgan passea up late last nignt from New Orleans for Cincinnati, with a good cabin-full of people, having made the fastest time of the season. The Colorado, Captain Sam McPheeters, is the Anchor line packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Cairo and St. LouLs. Joseph Osborne does the honors of the ofliee. The Vint Shinkle departed yesteroay evening ior Oinetnnart with Ann bales cotton. 60 barrels molas ses. 20.000 feet lumber, a quantity of sundries and a good number of passengers. 1 tie josie liarry, captain 31111 rv. nnrn on ueca, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all points on W hite river, going tnrougn to jacksonpon. Fred Jones and J. C. w ykoit are ner clerks. The great iron steamer Charles 1". Chouteau, Captain Win. Thorwcgan, will pass down Sunday morning at 10 o'clock for New Orleans and all in termediate landings. George Miltcubcrgcr pre sides in the oftice. Carlo, the etlicient watcn-aog at tne Ancnor-nue wharflwat, caught a large muskrat on the levee vestenlay morning, supiiosed to have been driven out of the swamps by the high water. The rat made a good ngnt, dui was overpuwereu uy supe rior force. Masters of vessels should require all pilots with whom they are unacquainted to produce their license before employing them. Lnder the pro vision of sections 4463 and 4499 of the revised RtAtiiten the t;revbound is technically liable to a fine of 1500, having employed as pilot Thaddeus Sedcrburg, a renewal oi whose license was recently refused bv the local inspectors on the ground of intemperate habits. The loss of one of the Grey hound's barges of coal at Columbus, noted by us yestenlav, was occasioned by Sederburg's being asleep. He had represented himself at Cairo as a licensed pilot. PERSONAL. Cantain Val P. Collins has sold his interest in the Covington Marine Railway company to his part ner, Captain Sam Cofhn. Zeb Ashford, a well-known river engineer, and a very competent one, haB been appointed engineer of the Ncwnort IKv.l waterworks. lien Hayuian and Henry Rensford are In charge of the engines of tne Ben f rauaiin on ner present tnp trom t;tncuinaii 10 tins port. Cantain James Nichols, of the Thomas Sherlock, on Thursday, at Cinciunati, presented Commodore James S. Wise with an elegant gold-headed ebony walklne-stiek. Daniel Kingsbury, the baggage porter of the steamship Whitney, was lost overboard from the ship and drowned", on her last trip from Vera Crux to Morgan City. Mrv Ralph Hicks, of Memphis, says the Vicks burg Comiaerciiil, haa been spending a couple of days in the city among his numerous friends. Ralph is looking well, and is anxious to buy a steamboat if ne can get one to suit. Mr. James A. Stewart, a watchman on the steamer Sunflower, dropped dead in ttie oftice of lr. J. 31. liuut, at lcKsourg, wnuner ue nau gone for medical treatment, euuesaay morning. His death was from anoniexv. Stewart haa a family living in St. louis, his former residence. lie was about forty -five yeais of age. Pll'Utu ajar AiaiFT, The Anchor line steamer City of Greenville ar rived at vicKsnurg yesteroay wnn ain pacKages, the largest tnn to that citv lor several years. The Buukhain, sunk at Helena, will lie wrecked when the river falls. Her owners received S-fiVj and the boat as she iays iu settlement from the in surance eomnanlea. j. Y. Jones writes to the Pittsburg Dispaich : "The steamerlh.it made three trips in one month from St. Louis to New Orleans was the Hani Times, in lt47. She was commanded by Captain Broad well : mate, llliain Lafferty. I have been on the river since IH4.V New Orleans Picnirttiic: "Notice Is given that after Mav 1st river craft leaving this port will be required to be provided, each, with health certificates for the inspecting stations of the National Hoard of Health at Vicksburg anil Memphis. Certificates will be furnished from the office of the Steamboat Captains association, or the building of the I'ni- versiiyoi Louisiana, on written application, iweu-ty-four hours previous to departure." Helena il orrir : "i oionei r.a Kicnararon ami o'hers below are arranging to have cotton shipped next season by means of barges, which it is claim ed will be more than .r4) per cent, cheaper than the present plan ; a proposition is also suggested below to reduce the forwarding' charges ou the staple from l.j cents to 7'n cents, which it is claimed can be done bv the owners clubbing together, put ting up sheds and employing shipping clerks jointly." ah sons oi predictions anom a nooa, dui it is useless to make them, savs the river reporter of the Nev Orlems Pirayunf.. So living man nor dead one, either knows anything about it, no matter how old he may be nor how long he has been watching the waters. One of two things is ccrbiin, and that is we will have a flood or we won't have one. This simple statement is as sensible as all of the predictions of the "oldest and best." TOWBOATM AMD B A ROES. The A. J. Baker, with seven loaded barges, from St. Louis, passed down last night for New Orleans. WEATHER A.D RIVERS. Official hionalSkrvick 0. S. A. I " Memphis, April 29, 18X1. J Above low I Changes. water. Rise Inches. Fall inches. Feet. 41 XI 9 11 is" 21 2 9 31 14 1 7 10 : 41 Inches. Cairo Cincinnati 6 5 1 ""ft" 111 9 Davenport Dubuque Helena , Keokuk Leavenworth Little Rock Louisville Memphis Nashville New Orleans Pittsburg JShreveport St. Louis 9 10 Vicksburg fBelow high water nf 1874. JBench mark, low water 1879. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Bar. Ther. I Wind. 7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 30.21 n.! N. Cloudy. Fair. m: 7'2 E. 30.17 tiS Calm. jClear. Maximum thermometer. 76. Minimum thermometer, 63. Rainfall, 0.09. BY TELEGRAPH. Was Dsr"T, U. 8. Army, sionai.Sertick, 1 Friday. April ai.igtti, 10 p.m. ) Place of ;Th, Wind. .Weath- Observatlon. ilner' Dir. Force. er. Chattanooga.. 30.15 65 X. iFresh. Icicar. OalvesUm .... :tt).ll 72 s. Kieutle. It'lear. Indianola :to.ls 71 S.E. -Fresh. 'Fair. Louisville... 3o.2f :7 N. Freih. Clear. Memphis 17 w; Calm, 'clear. Nashville :t0'i! N. Linlit. Clear. Shreveport .... 30.07 77 N E. ; Fresh. Clear. VickshHrg So.lti 7ii K.E. !icntle. lear. Little Rock... :m.l2 70 E. 'Fresh. Clear. Pert Eads :!0.Jl 70 W.iFresli. Clear. SHREVEPORT. April 2T Weather clear and warm. River falling. NASHVILLE, April 211. River stationary, with 12 feet 6 inches ou the shoals. WHEELING, April 29. River 10 feet 10 inches, and falling. Weather clear and cool. PITTSBURG, April 29 Noon, River 7 feet 2 inches, and lulling. Weather clear and pleasant. Night River 7 feel, and falling. Weather clear and tool. NEW ORLEANS, April 29. Weather clear and warmer; thermometer tvJ. Arrived: R. R. Springer, Cincinnati : Jay Gould and barges, St. Louis. Departed : John Dippold and barges, St. Louis. - VICKSBURG. April 29. Weather clear: ther mometer M2Q. River stationary, and stands 41 feet 2 inches hy the gtnr,'e. Down: Guiding Star, 11 a.m. Arrived: City of Gteenville, 9 a.m. No boats up. CINCINNATI, April 29 Noon. River 23 feet 7 Inches, and rising. Weather clear and warm. Night River 23 feet tl Inches, and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: Andy Baum, Mem phis. Departed: James D. Parker, Memphis. CAIRO, April 29 Noon Weather clear and pleasant. Departed: Colorado, Memphis, 1 a.m. ; W. P. Halliday, New Orleans, 1 a.m. ; John Porter, St. Loui.-i, lu am. Night River 41 feet 7 inches, and falling. Weather clear and warm; thermometer-70 . Anived: U. P. Schenck, New Orleans. 5 p.m. Departed: U. P. Scbenck, Cincinnati, 7 p.m. EVANSVILLE, April 29 Noon River falling. 20 feet 5 inches hy the gauge. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: lieu Franklin, 4 a.m. De- t-arled: Will Kle, New Orleans, 3 a. in. ; Ben 'ranklln, Memphis, 10 a.m. Night River falling, with 20 feet 2 inches by the gauge. Weather clear aud pleasant. LOUISVILLE, April 29. Noon River stationary, with 9 feet in thetmnal and 7 feet iu the ctiute o'n the falls. Weather clear and pleasant. Audy Baum, last night, Memphis to Cincinnati: Thomas Sher lock, from Cincinnati. Night Uiver rising, with 9 feet 2 inches in the canal and 7 feet 2 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather clear and cool. Busi ness good. Thomas Sherlock, to New Orleans. The J. B. Williams and J. Sharp McDonald left lor New Orleans with tows of coal. MOVEMENTS OF OtEAS STEAMERS. NEW ORLEANS, April 29. Cleared: Architect, Liverpool. QCEENSTOWN, April 29. Arrived: Lord Clive, Philadelphia. BOILEK-MAKKKS. ROBT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS, BOIXER r f -f. a aJ Vj.lv MAKERS AND (VIS. A MHO AT BLACKSMITH. Blacksmithing ol all Kinds. Copper and eheeu Iron Workers. All work done promptly, day or night. Terms cam. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Memphis. auuiijutlS, pia vi ej.vvl' cr. STEAMBOATS. Notice Change of Schedule. -Commencing on Saturday .April 30.18SL. the steamers of the St. Louis and Vicksburg An chor Line will leave Hempnia lor Ticks- bora; every Monday, Thursday and Hat. nrday. at 6 p m.. Instead of Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, as heretofore. AD STORM, Sup't. Special Notice For Marion. Daily Excursions from Memphis to Mound City. Marion LAwe ana jwariuu oiwu-i John Overton Will losv" as shove at 7a.m. nnd I 1'. FOR CAIRO AND ST. J,OUIS. Ht. lHnt and VleRMltnrsr Ant-nor I.I V.H. Mall FOK CAIUO AKB hi'. LULia. Colorado, LSTltr McPheeters msster, KiTtiiLT Will leave the Anchor Line whuriwatt THIS DAY, Aiiril 30th. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to At) STQKM. Sup't ou Vtlmrfboat. FOR VICKSBURG. St. Lonln and VIcfcMbnrt; Anchor Line U. H. Mall r(J!t Mt h-stiUKU. Comiiionwealtii, Crane, master. Will leave the Anchor Line whanboai THIS DAY. April 30th, at 0 p.m. ror freignt or r passagt riWat. Af HTOKM, iriip't on whs a)iii in FOR NEW ORLEANS. For New Orleans and all Way and Plan talion Landing steamer C. I. Cliontean, W. H. Thorweean.. master. leaves as above SUNDAY, May 1st, at 10 a.m. For freight or passage apply on wharlboat to AD STORM. Auent. FOR ARKANSAS CITY. Adams IT. H. Mall Line For Helena, Fri ars Point, Terrene, Concordia, Arkansas City and Pine Bluff p. E. The fine passenger steamer Mark R. Cheek... .master A. L. Cummins. clerk Leaves as above and all way landings every MON DAY AND THURSDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting at Arkansas City with steamer Dean Adams for Green ville and Vicksburg. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. ss Madison st. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI MEMPHIS & OHIO RIVEK PACKET COMPANY. For Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati STEAMERS JAS. W. GAFF, AJiDY BALM, COXS MILLAR, VIST SHISKLE, YIRGIE LEE, JAS. V. PARKER. BEN FRAXKLIIf. Steamers of this Line leave Memphis EYEKY TIESDAT AND TIll'RSDAY, at S p.m.. SUNDAYS, at 13 m., For Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati, connecting at Cincinnati with Railroacs and Steamers for all Eastern, Northern and Western Points, Giving Throas;n Tickets to all Points, Chicago, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmeud, New York, Washington City, Philadel phia and Boston. EAST, NORTH . WESTERS TOI RISTS will find the LaBelle River Route Safe, De lightful and Economical. Rates by this Line Cheaper than any other first-class ronte. Meals and Staterooms Free. Baggage Cheeked Through. Passengers can rely on a splendid trip by this line, as the Steamers are all First-class, having been expressly built lor the accommodation of passengers. ar Each steamer carries a full STRING-BAND. R. W. LIGHTBURNE, General Freight and Ticket Agent. A. Y. STEVENS, Passenger Agent, No. 7 Monroestrcet, Mem phis. Tennessee. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MILT HARRY LIXF, Memphis Whil and Binck River I'. H. Mail I'arkcU For Indian Bay, St Charles, Clarendon; Devalls Biuit, lks Arc, Augusta, jacKsonpon,vesi coinr, Benrcy, Batesville, Powhattau, and Pocahontas, The new and elegant steamer Josie liarry, f.C M. R. Harry, Master, WiU leave Memnhis EVERY SATURDAY, at 5 p. m., connecting direct with the new Black river. U. 8. mail packet MILT HARRY for Powhattan and Pocahontas, and with Daily Packets to Batesville and Upper White river. Through rutes to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. Oftice. No. 5 Madison street. R. W. LIGHTBL'IOiE, Agent, 7 Monroe at. Memphisfit White River PacketCo Bmrnlar IntteikCiKleiit 9ImiI nnd ! White River Packet For Augusta Jacknport, , Searcy, and Way Points The Regular Independ dent Paekft 1IA1SI CASH, E. C. Postal master I C. Postal .....clcr Will leave Memphis EVE ERY WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m. For freicht or passage apply to T. WASHINGTON, Agent. fiMj Madis LEE LINE STEAMER1?. For Glendale, Helena and Friar Point. James Iee, tgS Stack Lee, master Whitlow, clerk.2SQSS& Will leave as above on every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. Office. No. 2 Madison street. FOK ST. FRANCIS RIVER. BemphlsamlKL Franeia River IT. si. Mail 1,1 tie The new and elegant passenger steamer JtSeiie Jiacreauy, O K. Joplin, master 1 Banning, cl'ki Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY and SAT URDAY EVKNING8, at 5 p.m., for Marianna, the Cut-off and all intermediate landings. arOn the SATURDAY' TRIP making connec tion with the MIKE DAVIS from Helena for Wilts burg and the Sunk Lauds. J. D. RANDALL, Sup't. FOR OSCEOLA. Trl-Weekly V. N. Mail Packet-For dolph, Fulton, Osceola and way landings. Kan- Osceola iselle, Cooper, master I Wm. Smithers, cl'k Will leave Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY and FRIDAY, at S p.m. For information ap ply on board, or to No. It Madison street. CIIA.MPAGXE. This WINE is Noted tgb its PURITY, FLAVOR AXD TASTE. MADE FROM THE BEST Selected Grapes Its ruRim Commends it to the SICK and to the WEIL! It is packed la cases. 1 dozen qanrt,cnd 2 ilozna pints, and sold at about Okx-Hal til Cist of other ClIAVFAGNE. Office of U.S. ACE NT, FOR SALE BY IU.SEMMES&tO J. 1). II. METER, MEMPHIS, TENN, PKUiTEBS. AOX-IIESIDFJVT NOTICE. 'ou-Keftident Notice. No. 3i5J In the Chaneerv Court of Shelby County, Teon. W. A. Collier et al. vs. The PieUiuout aud Arlington Life Insurance Co. et al. H apHrtrinc from the bill in this cause that the defendants. The Piedmont and Arlington Life In surance Company and Angus R. Blakely, are non resideiits of tne Stte of Tenneswe; thiu the Pied mont and ArlinKVn Life Insurance Conipany is imlebwd 10 the complainants in the turn of about five hundred dollars, more or Iosj. due and evi denced by open account, and attachment having been issued and returned levied on tlie property of said Insurance Company : It is therefore ordered, That said two defendants make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of Shelby countv, iu Memphis, Tennessee, on o. before the firta Monday in May, 11, and piead, answer or demur to comDlainauis'btll. or the same TiviU b taken for eimfessed as to them, aud set for hearing ex parte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive wi-eks, in the Memphis Appeal. This 2.th day of March, 1881 A cftpv Attest: ROBERT J . BLACK, Clerk aud Master. Bv E. B.McHeshy D. C. and M. &iUU A Collier, Sola. or CQmplainants. IIH ft !T?l'- MillllRitffFVS MEDICINAL Means Nwirt's S. SpeelHe, which has never been known to fail to cure any case, no matter in what stage or how long standing. It ls as its name implies, a warranted Specific for Syphilis, Mercu rial Rheumatism and all Blood Poison. If you are skeptical about this and hesitate to invest your money in it, wc will take yonr case on the no cure, no pay plan. Swift's S. Specific is entirely vegeta ble, and no harm can result from its use. Send for copy of "The Young Man's Friend.'.' THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, Draw S, Atlanta, Ga. rorsflie by an aruxgisis. mmm A RAPID AXD XEYER-FAILIXG CCRE FOR Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cholera, Flux and Bowel Affections. Over Three Hundred Steamboat Captains and their employes hare certified to its efficacy. Over Five Thousand planters aud heads of families keep it constantly in their homes as a Standard Remedy. TWENTY TEARS AGO A standing offer was made ef MO OOO Reward for a remedy men couiu surpass tne Mississippi Diarrhea Cordial IN POINT OF VALUE A3 A REMEDY. Time and again have we been obliged, by special circular, to caution the public in regard to Imita UonH of this invaluable medicine. Counterfeit continue abundant, imany of them under similarly sounding names. All should be careful that they nave the art kio manufactured iy h. Aiantneid & Ce., Memphis. Tennessee, and they will get the genuine. S. MANSFIELD & CO., Sole Proprietors. Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medi cine everywhere. AKD SPERMATORRHEA. A Ynluable Discovery and New Uepartnre In MmI c&l bcienne, an entirely New and positively effective BemHdy for tbe epeody and permanent Oure of Semi nal Kmiaaions and I in potency by the only true way, viz : Direct Application to the principal Heat of the Disease, acting by Absorption, and exerting Its specilic influence on the Seminal vesicles, Ki ad ulatory Ducts, Prostate Gland, and Urethra. The use of the Remedy ta attended with no pain or Incon venience, and dos not interfere with the ordinary pursuits of life; it Is quickly dissolved and soon ab sorbed, producing an immediate soothing and restor ative effect upon the sexual and nervous organiza tions wrecked from self-abuse and excesses, stopping the drain from the system, restoring the mind to health nd sound memory, removing the piruness of Sight, Nervous Debility, Confusion of Ideas; Aversion to Society, etc., etc, and the appearance of premature old ttge usually accompanying this trouble, and restoring perfect Sexual vigor, where It has been dormant for years. This mode of treat meat has stood the test in very severe cases, sad is now a pronounced success. Drug are too much pre scribed in these troubles, and, as many can bear wit ness to, wit n but little it any permanent good, lhere ls no Nnnsenne about I his Preparation, practical ob servation enables us to positively guarantee that It will give satisfaction. During the eisbt years that H has beon in general nee, we have thousands of testi monials as to its value, and it is now conceded by the Medical .Profession to be the most rational means yet discovered of reaching and cm ing this very prevalent 4 rouble, that is well known to be the cause of untold misery to so many, end upon whom quacks prey with their useless nostrums and big fees. The Keuiedy is put up in twat boxes, of three sizes, llo, 1 , (enough to last a month,) 3; No. fi, (sufficient to sffect a per manent care, unless In severe cases.) No. 3, (lasting over three months, will sto" omissions and restore vigor in the worst r" ' "t hymail. sealed. In plain wrappers. appers. run uitusxixtcta zor luanr EACH BOX. using win accom' MeitW for Heaitui JMrir Pantph- I TeMtitttontr, rttirh rtf roNMM H I fiff wnst HkrittitHil that rAfMMH fM en to jtfrfrf ninnnoiMf.ana jtw- m t tltf. tftttlvH of tiff. Humm am if Hevrr ajfvctaxl. hold OAX1 by HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. CHEMISTS. Market and 8th Sts. St. LOUI8, Mo. 6 1 7 St, Charles Ntreet, t$t roais, Mo. A retralnr frradnate of two Medical OoiSfges, has been lonrer located thua any other Physician in St. Lonls, as city pajwrs show, and all old resident know. Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, EU.JLio.w:Xi;r , Hupture, all u nnary uieeasea ana oy-pniiltic or Jfi srcurialAirec- tionsof Throat, Sitin or Bones cured Safely, Privately. ujwniiaionuea, otAutu jjooiucy ana im potency, its the result of Self-Abuse in youth, sexual excesses in maturer years.orover b: -xny,, uiwuiM ts -lervousness, iw Ji - tr,hr Hafaptln seminal emissions. debli memory, f-h-'-" J V "TV.n ijL- ty of females, confusion of iuer.3, iocs or ejzx hi powur, or nipht losses, rendering mamaro ixanrccjCr "nanentlT cured. Oonsultiition nt oraceo. WiniiitlJL--;& (ted. Pamphlet one stamp. Mndicines sent by E3aU or u press. Cures frtiarnnted. "Where doubt exists itlafnnkly Htated. 260 da Are PLATES. , UUIUCiI Over lifty wonderfnl pea pictures, true to life; on the followin sabjects: Who may morry.who not.why. Man hood. Woiannhood. Physical decay. Who should marry; How life and happiness may be increase! ; Effects of cel ibacy nnd excess, and many more. Those married or contemplating mtirriacs should read it then keep under lock and key. 5 CtS. by mail in money or postaee. Dr. Whlttler. K17 Rt. Charles st.. Bt. Louis. Mo. CD C C PRESCRIPTION M.J I IIL&S eakness. Lost Manhood, Nervousness, Confusion of IHens, Avemion to Society Fief-Livo Memory and Disorders brouKbt on by Secret Hubitaand Excesses. AnydruiristhastheinRredients Pt. LfmisCunttlve ln?t'e.fil9 Kt .Chnrleg. St. Ixmis, Mo. 3s?. JACQUES 705Chesnut St, St. Louts. Mo. at old ofoce,oon tinues to cure Spermatorrhoea. Seminal Weakness, Tmpotency, nil forms of Syphilis. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Crjiary or Bladder diseases. Kecent cases cured in .a few days. All the di -senses resulting from self-abuse, excesses or exposure radiofilly cured for life with safe medicine. Advice free. Charges low. Cull or write In rtrict confidence. Symptom Hock for two stomps. MARR1ACECUI DEVocS! A POSITIVE CURE Without medicine, ALLAN'S SOLrBLK MEDI CATED BOUOIES. ratented Oct. 16, 1H76. One boi No. 1 will cure any ease in four days or less. No. 2 will cure the most obstinate case, no matter ef how long standing. No nauseous doses of cubebs, copaiba, or oil of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia, by destroying the coatings of the stomach. Pries, SI SO. BOLD BY ALL DRUG8IST9, ot mailed on receipt of the price. For further particulars send for circular. P. O. box J. C. ALLAN CO., 83 John street, New York. OR. BUTTS' BUM sUUishedl3i7 st 12 H. 8th Strset, ST. LOUIS, SCO. THE PhytkUnt in charge or this old sod well knows InsQV tut ion are regular (rt.iuate tu medicine and surgery. Years f Ex portent in the treatment or 1'bronle Phest ham Bade their akill and ability to much u per ior lu that of tb ordiDary practitidQer. that they have ae(uirrl nauonal repVaUoQ throufh thir trratmrnt of cutnplitatrri caiea. I N PIOCRETION-r EXPOSURE BMWiSBZBnBKJSHCakaaBaBMBaBSBSflaasSSBSaDSW UMttUCB tu .U'jic J j t.uuurrbra, bit I, hlrirUirw, Otxkitia, ail Iriaarv Trouble and Hyphlhtle or MrrHrlal aDectfcm of the throat, "kin or boax, treated with aucceaa,oe seiantific priir ci'lc, without csirjr Mf-reury or other pniaonoua Mscncinas. VOIINf rVtN stxi those of tuidlle afr who are aC Ti i Hi J - ferixK from the effects of fiparatssor. rliea or Srotmal Mrakneaa, the result of aetf-aboss la youth rezceaa in matored ran, are permanently curoa). Tfcjs dls aaae produces tome of tbe following eitrrta mieioos, btotehea. ftsxineas. nervousneaa, dimneta of iieht. eoufb, fnriiistkm, annatinalioD. detpondencr. confnaion of Meal, avtraioo to to lrty, defective mmory, sexual exhaustion, impotancy or lest if manlT Tiror, wr.icn fimiTs me victim ior uuiinrBoiu PATIENTS TREATED prn)Ul cunuUdti-ii is (-rtterrtii, wtucti is FBEB and kovaV ed. List of questions to be answered by patieata daairtaa; trsaV incut mailed free to tnj address ri anplif atloa. rroM MfTerinit rrusa It a p tare should aeadl thHradflei, and leftrn omrtblna; to tbir adianUgs. It U not a traaa. " CfltninuoKatii'n itnctlv confide ot ill, and should be addressed 1H. BCJTTf. Sort h 8th U Lonls, n. MANHOOD RESTORED. A Tictim of early imprudence, causing nervous debility, premature decay, etc., having tried in vain every known r medy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure, which he will send free to nia fellow-sufferers. Address J. H. REEVES, 48 Chatham streeet, N.'Y. Wmn 1 & O (Fluw, 'fcu or Whitrtl ihiMlld ind luc Prot llurH' Pmtnphlot lll-ii rated by Filei) glili(cUrcnition ul hit Hrmdy, .nd hoiiir Ita sp. plictun. The pvi.plilct it v.luil,!. to u, Udv To drli . eate hraltb, being a Ih.irmifH, r .rliel trtiann Miitdiraack Birrw. HKS,iMHt COn ST. LOUIS. MO. PRESCRIPTION FREE ,uil"v- IWlire J.hllltj, N,rv.ii.c1 IImu..! .... - . . ........ " , . 1. -jrr,.u-neiiM ory tind ll.rl.-r. hmimht or, by oc-r-wurk uni - S. J tl t: BOOTS AM) SHOES. Leading Shoe Store in Southwest. SPECIALTIES In Ladies', Gents' and Children'! Handmade Goods of ihe finest aud best maki produced in t-le wurld. Korcomfort, try our COMMON-SENSE SHOrW. Forebildren. trv our SOLAS TIP SCHOOL SHOES, the most praeUeal and dura ble shoe in existence. All ourguodsare warranud and:satlsfaoiiou guarauted in every respect. Good, cent C. 0. ZiiLNEi a CO. M'ilississra S tEt CORDIAL m0K 288 MAIN ST i Cotton nnrn nil o AXD Wholesale Grocers, MEMPHIS, JAMES TOJfSE. F. II. WHITE. J.W.Caldwell&Co. SUCCESSORS TO F. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Mercnams 33Q Front street, Memphis, Tennessee. ABOBEW STEWART. ANDREW . OWTKKE, P. H.J II A I, FT, New Orleana. Bfemptola. Mpnapbia Stewart, Gwynne& Co Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, Nbs. 356 and 358 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee AMD STEVART, BROTHERS & CO., Cotton Factors and Commission 'Merchants, NEW ORLEANS, TiMHiSi E1H F GE HOUSE THE ONLY CHEAP STOVE AND TIN-WARE HOIKE nsr THE CITY. 2-Gallon Oil-Can, 30c-old price 60. KewIPatent Egg-beater, 20c old price 40. Custard Paddler, 25c old price 50. Fluting Machines, $3 old price $3 50. 16-qnart Buckets, 35c old price $1. Silver Castors, $3 85-old price $5 25. Water Coolers, $1 25 to $7. Ice-Cream Freezers, $2 70 to $9. Ruby Headlight Oil, 30c per gallon. Coal Oil, 20c pe? gallon. Box Coffee Mills, 35c to tl. Hall Lamps, $3 75 to $4 75-old price $5 50 to $6 50. Every Purchaser of One Dollar's worth of goods will he given a Ticket entitling them to a Chance in the RANGE, worth $150, to be J. T. FARGAS Wholesale OBOCEBH 369 Front street, Cotton .Factors and 190 Gravier street, Cotton consigned) to na at Memphis or New Orleans will hsv prompt and eareml attention. We constantly carry a large and carefully selected stock Staple and Fancy Groceries, Wine. Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars at MEMPHIS, and will sell as low as the lowest. We carry no stock at New w.uaa, uu mi l uo wuu UCB11C ib, w UJ UUUH purCIUUKX IU Wai mtTKeb PORTER, TAYL COTTON WHOLESALE GROCERS, Ho. 300 FBOS1 STREET . SEEHPUIS. VMBEIL'S RYE AMD RUCK " IS THE SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. ONE DOLLAR PER LARGE BOTTLE. Don't be deceived by Imitations, which is the ORIGINAL, and the BEST. Tn.de supplied by W. Jr. WILKERSOJf A CO., at manufacturers' prices. A. VACCAKO. B. VACCARO. A. VACCARO & CO. IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IX WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, TVO 321 FISOXT STREET. TWEWPlf IS. D COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Met'chant XOS. 302 AND 304 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. M. avln. John H. Nnlllvnn. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton factors. And Commission Merchants. and 234 Front St., Memphis. Tenn. 232 Between Adams Our L N. . RADUT devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale of all Cottcn Intrustea Caarge. w e have our own Cotton Warehouse, comer Washington and Second streets. Factors rENNESSEE J. W. CAL.I! nUJi. M. WHITE & CO. LOUISIANA. OF- AT given away May 15, 1881. & bil. & COTT03T FACTORS Afeinplitg, Tennessee, and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, La. FACTORS IN H I GOODS ON AND- ONLYGENUIN nnt nse only TTn jjeil' 99 Cor. Liberty & Lomba rd Sts BALTIMORE MD. A. B. VACCARO. & COFFIEJ Tho. Claris. M. 1. t l ark. and JfesTei to I DISPEXSARY. DR. D.S.JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary. "So. 17 Jefiersoii Street. Betwea BfsklBi Fraat, Hesnptat. ESTABLISHED IN 186a DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all patUe. In terested as by far the most moeeaafuT pbysi clan in the treatment of private or secret diseases. Quick, thorough and permanent core, gnamnteedi In every case, male or female. Recent case of Gon orrhea and Syphilis cured in a few dava. without the use of mercury, change of diet or hindrance from business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestlse eradicated without the nse of mercury. Involuntary loss of semen stopped In a short tune. Bu (Tenia from impotency or loss of sernal powers reston d to free vinor in a few weeks. Victim.nl aalf-ahma and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrbi a and loss of physical and mental power, speedl and permanently cured. Particular attention pad to the Diseases of Women, and cures guarantee. . Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedie . Piles and Old Bores cured without the nse of caustic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parts of the country Office hour, bom 8 a.m to p.m. Sundays from a a.m. to 12 m. D. S. JOfTNHON. M.H. CIIAACKKY SALE, CHANCERY SALE -OF REAL ESTATE. No. 8821, R Chancery Court of Shelby county H. W. Anderson, personairy and as guardian, vs. Mary II. Anderson etal. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en. tered in the above cause on the 6th day of April, 1881. M. B. 81. pages 164. etc.. I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of ihe Clerk and Master's office, Courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, on HMwrdny. April SO, 1S81. within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in Shelby county, Tenn., to-wit: 1st A tract of land known as the Rash tract, lying in German town, and bounded on the east by the lane running from German to wu to Hernando, Mississippi ; and on the south by the Robert A. Lewis tract; and on the west by the James Ford tract : and oa the north by the Dennis tract, with the Morgan place and tbe School lands also on th. north, and being on the edge of and south of the village of Germantown, and containing a&f acres this being the property conveyed by one Francis Molliter to C. Li. Anderson by deed dated July 1, 1868. and recorded In Register's office of Shelby county in book No. 68, pages 414-115. Along the north boundary of this tract runs a lane which was conveyed by said Molliter to said An derson by a deed dated July 11, 18G8, and recorded in Register's office in book 69, page 448, etc 2d Another tract conveyed by said Molliter to s'lu Anacrsou oy neea as tea iin April, 1876, ana recorded in said office. In book No. 74, pages 460 461, and being in the village of Germantown, and bounded ou the south by the Rash tract as de scribed above, and beginning at the northeast oor ner of said Rash tract; tlience west 6 chains and S3 links to a stake on north line nf tho Rash tract; thence north 4 chains and 16 links to a stake; thence east 6 chains and so links to a stake ou the west side of a street 40 feet wide; thence south on the west side of said street 4 chains and 16 links to the beginning, containing 2 acres and 66-100; this added to the property described first above. constituted the home place of said Andenon. Ha A tract lying in the llth civil district of said county and containing 5.M acres, -and bounded on the north by the Methodist Church lot; south by the aforesaid described land of said Anderson; east by the said laud of said Anderson, and west by the land of Mrs. Weir this being a lot con- tyea uy J. J. Kawungs, irusiee oi saia county, io id Anderson by deed of llth January, 1876, and recorded in said Register's office. In book in. page ixi. 4th A lot of land lying in the old city of Mem phis, in said county and State, the same being des- imiu M iu. v. mtiiiuiug vu ,u. uuiui una the Pigeonroostroad 46 feet west from the west line of Orleans street; thence west with the north line of the Pigeonroost road 44 feet; thence north at right angles with said raad and through the en ter of the Duilding 148 feet to the alley; tbence east 33 feet t Orleans street: thence with Orleans street about 30 feet: thence south to th. besrinninff corner on said road, which is also known as Mar shall avenue this being the property conveyed by L. Anderson to said C. l$. Anderson on the 1st of January, 1876. oth A tract oi iana lying in saia county ana State, and consisting, all told, of 648 79-100 acres, and made np as follows: of 583 acres ont of grant No. 3710 from the State of Tennessee on the 20th of of Julv, US, to Beth Wheatley; and of 2f!4l acres sold by Littleton tienaerson to Betn wneaueyon 25th February, 1846; and also of 89 79-100 acres sold by Thomas F. and R. F. T. Means by deed recorded in book N, page 188; and the whole being tbe land described In deed by Beth Wheatley to John Parbam. of date 80th of Mav. 1850. and recorded in book No. 6, page 441, the boundaries of which areas follows: beginning at a stake 82 links south of a sweet gum marked "A," thence south 71.20 chains to a black gum marked A. see book N, page 187; south 15.50 chains, see book N, page 185; south 20.15 chains to a stake 16 links north of an elm marked A : see book N, page 188, in all 106.8a chains; thence east 19.75 chains to a stake, post oak and hickory pointer, see book N, page 188; east 22.60 chains, in all 42.36 chains to a stake, three black oak pointers; southeast corner of Neil McLand's occupant on Wm. Brown's west boun dary line of his 3188 acre entry No. 191; thence north 68. yo chains to a stake aud white oak marked M. B. Brown, N W corner: tlience east at 22.60 chains, crossing a branch, in all 52.40 chains to a slake: whence north 60 west 25 links to a black. - oak marked L. II . : thence north 33.75 chains to a stake: whence north 29 west 29 links, a willow oak marked S W, Ellas Ferguson's corner; thence west 52 .40 chains to a stake, sassalras and hickory pointers. Joel Coward's southwest corner; thence north 5 chains to a stake, black oak and hickory pointers, Gulleck's northeast corner; thence west at 23 chains, crossing a branch at 43.75 chains, a maple marked S W, original extreme north corner of 609 acre survey, see book A of survey page 361, west 1.53 chains, in all 45.28 chains to the begin ning point, this being the tract of land vested by decree of the chancery court of Shelby county in tne case ot u. r . f arrow administrator, tl r. b. Farrow et al. No. 2622 R. D.. of date March 19. 1878, in said C. L. Anderson. Terms of Sale One-third cash, balanoo lnT12 and 24 months, purchaser executing note with ap proved senility fur the deferred payments, lien retained, etc. This April 7, 1881. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Clspp AReard. f. T. Kdmondson. sols TRUSTEE SALES. Trustee's Sale. Bi virtue and in pursuance of a deed of trust made to me as trustee by Mrs. Frances H. Minds and her husband. J. L. Hinds, on tbe 1st day of February, 17H, and of reooid in tbe Regis ter's omce oi Hucioy county, lenn., in record book No. 126, on page 880, 1 will, at the leanest of the Denencianes namea in sais aeea, on i sssaaj, the Sd day: or May, lssl, between tbe hours of eleTenln the morning and twelve noon, in front of tbe courthouse door of Shelby county, in the city of Memphis, or Taxing District of Btielby county, sell to the highest and best bidder, for cash money (such being the terms of sale provided iu said deed) tne loiiowing described property, both real and personal, to-wlt: The undivided one-foorih interest of Frances H. Hinds and her husband, J. L. Hinds " in a lot of land In the citv of Memphis (or Taxing District of tibclby coun ty), Bneiuy county, leaa., inus Dounaea, vis: BcirinniiiK at a point ou tlie west line of Hernando street two hundred and twenty-five (225) foet north from its intersection with the north line of Linden street; thence north with Hernando street one Hundred and thirty-nine ilssi leet to a stake; thence north 80 ti west one hundred and fifty eight (15K) feet to a stake; thesce north 23 east parauei wiin ijausey street sixty-eigni it) I eel to a stake ; thence west with the bearlug south 1 one hundred and thirty-two (132) feet to tbe east line of Causey street; thence south 23 west with Causey street two hundred and seven (207) feet to a state; tnence east l" norm tnree nunarea ana fifty-three (843) feet to the place of beeinning be ing part of the lot conveyed January 12. 1M6, by trustees of South Memphis to Sarah A. Murrah. Also, the undivided one-fourth 'nterest in lot No. 39, of block No. 9, in Fort Picketing, city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn., being the same lot conveyed June 13, lh.V, by Matthew MoDowell to said Sarah A. Murrah. Also, their undivided one-fifth interest in lot No. 38, of block No. 9, In fort Pickering, in said city, county and Htate, be ing same lot conveyed July 14, 18.r5, by Ieter Leon ard to James R. Murrah, the father of Mrs. F. H. Hines. Also, that unliquidated claim of said J. L. Hines and Mrs. F. H Hlnes seal nst the estate of Mrs. Sarah A . Murrah, deceased, for board, medi cine, medical attention, etc., etc., the said claim amounting to between I960 and 11600. Equity of lemption in tne above aescnriea iana is waivea said deed of trust, and the title ls believed to be good, but I sell as trustee only. April 8, 18H1. jssu as. utLLr.rt, lrusies. Greer A Adams, Attorneys. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me oa tbe 8th day of July, 1st, by William Black and George Baynuller, comprising 'he firm of Black & Baymiller, and recorded in the Registei's office of bhelby county, Tenn., lu book No. 1, paees IU, 112. 113 and 114, having been made to se cure tlie payment of certain notes fully described theiein, and dclault having been made by Black et Baymiller, I will, as trustee, on Tuesday, the 3d day of Hay, ISM. between 12 o'clock m. and 2 p.m., on tbe premises on Waxhinfrton street, In the Taxing District of Shelby county, Tenn., sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder, for cash, all the Interest the said Black & Baymiller. either jointly or separately, have in th leasehold estate conveved to them by A. F. McKinney through hisacent, Vv. . Mitchell, on the 1st of August, 1H65, and recorded In the Register's office in said county, November 7. 1K6.S, In book No. 54, part 2, pages 174 and ITS, and which said lease was subsequently, to wit: on the 3d of October. 18C6, ratified and confirmed by Grizzella T. McKinney, executrix of the said McKtnney's estate, and which deed of confirmation and ratifi cation was recorded June, &, 1M7, in the Register's ofMoe aforesaid, in book No. 60, part 8, pages 178 and 1 7i, mid leasehold being described as follows: A part ol country lot No, 49, and bounded as lol. lows, to-wit: Coin mencing eight (8) feet from tbe southeast corner of John Park's lot, and running east one hundred and fifty (ISO) feet on Washing ton street; thence north of the same width one hundred and forth-elghth (14K) feet, and all the interest the said Black A Baymiller may have Jn said leasehold for its presvnt termor for any n- nwal of same or continuation ol the term or terms with all of its conditions, covenants aud ob ligations, together with all th. buildings and Im provements thereon, and all the appurtenances in soy wise pertaining, together with benefit to be derived irom sate oi saia improvements in ine event the same are received and paid for by the original lessor or any party claiming under same. Title believed to be good. 1 sell and convey only i trustee. sv. r . uuuu l us, i rusiee. Jarnagin & Eraser, Attorneys. - . Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of the powers vested in me by d: cree of the Second Circuit Court of Bhelby county, appointing me trustee in the room an? stead of Wm. If. Fassmoro, to a deed of trust made by John il. Mil'er to said Wm. 11. Passmore, 09 the Sd day of June. 1870, for the purposes therein specified, and recorded in the Register's ottice ol Hhelby county, Tennessee, in book No. 64, pag. 311, 1 will, on Tuesday, Hay 24, 1881, at 12 o'clock m., on the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, city of Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the followiug real estate, lvlng in Bhelby county, Tennessee, described as follows: Beginning at a slake at the tnterseciion of the east line of Chamherlayne avenue with the soutti side of the State-line road; thence south C'W east with the State-line road six chains and thirty-six links to a stake: thence south 2trJi west eleven chains and twenty links to a stake; thence north 63" west six chains and thirty-four links to a stake in tbe east lineof Chamberlayne avenue; thence north 2rrJ$ J east with the line of Chamher lavne avenue ten chains and seventy-three links to' the beginnin. containing six and 91-100 acres, being lot one (1) of subdivision of tbe Jones es tate, made bv Fra ills Foster, and of record In the blister's office of Shelby countv. Eauitvof re demption waived, and title believed to be perfect, bu 1 sell only as trustee JOHN JOHNSON. Trustee. WHEAT. WHEAT Dealers maka atonsy with w. t. eouLB A oa. isa l Balls Street, Chicago, 11U Writs lor samoulars,