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THE MEMPHIS X)A.cELY JPttE3L,---STJ3Sri).Y9 DEOEMBEE 31, 1876.
FECAJiOK AXB TRADE.
ITtie banks had nominally a baavy day'-
,i-v and that ue ia uaiikuiK
ne aay.anu ibV were
laau?,irr" t. TV,irvmicm of traffic
hTnrr lcs of oTmnicaboa, and the
Cbflity of movins merchandise m the
RTTiriH W nil business to. dull-
c 1- liv nirent
1 j .--tn-om in fair demand, and printed
LwJndcinswell. .Ginnluuns were quiet
I i -rCi, Worsted coutinrs were in tar
."Tft badnwa-M active. Foreign
Exchactre -was lew pienuim -
iisoounVKuu-K T'VoA- llhselUnffat par.
an if nlT. Charleston, easy, ?-4. :
ir CndKJftU. dall, 1-10(3 discount:
ipar; V'ltSSlJFrt .?iUr,ntt New Orleans,
ronwaal 7-1684; L Y-"".
Si) discount. Yh
ewr Ann lit : j ; '
fra. rmKSoM. and
KJU cold arm na ... r
K. h l,ruininr ot ine rciymeu .
SWOT IOC kui'1".; , A i v nr 1
nee the rate-for carrying gold U W-.
nue u -"-rCnpT which last
tnoorledat a proat, ra iurma
L. i.' Anviimliflmiich as W Cover
linDortauont 01 juub
ij-nTTnt Londa were in active
ffi-TnShTtiiin. and that cbm of
uvestor which uwnrai
t rr -1 ir.fl
M w.. w Oi'MVI 1111(1 US UlUW""
loncy w j:r-ln -January
KLrSWkP tinue fi
lie form of dindenas. a "Z"
lithink, !- F-Pg. are
were at this Ume last year
reserve a onij
!,aW last year, there
Nothing of interest
held by npenti; medium and opposite the city :t u still open, butwjll
Tennessee river is frozen over at Padubah.
Louisville. December 30. Weather very
! cold. River about the same, but, perhap,
j frozen harder.
! Nnw OnLEANH, December W. Weather
I dear, but very cold. Np arrivals. Departed:
t Kannie Tatum. ileinnhis.
bytelegbaph. - VicKflncno, December 30. AVeather cold
PARIS, DeccmbcrSO.j-Kentes.lOof. iJic. ) fair Arrived: Ste. Genevieve. No
FRANKFORT, Deeeailer CO. Nc- 5s, j boat, tip or down.
! i i.rrru: uock. uecemoer 3U. 1 rue coide: t
day of the season, llercury at zero this
morning. Arkanaas river frozen over.
Cairo, December fiO Noon. Weathtr
clear and very cold. River unchanged, and
full of new ice. Mercury 3 deg. above zero
ut , V'glit Night River unchanged,
with three inches above low water mark and
laiuns. W eather clear. Mercury 10 deg.
3IovemcutM at tho Iicvec
iber 30. Gold,
ht, if discount:
; rA rt r
mvnnV Decemoi o-j. vxkkjw iw
LOMXJ. jtlj Jq. 7.ir.. r,.m of
r.nrt OH au--TJ -
iw, V "Virk K,W lOOer div.:
W'-fitea 17. Amonnt of
oi. Vnf nrelt
e llanK oi fcng-
'tfJLiifi paper. 5(37 per
ceni. T "lTifa. A irf.OfKi. The
GoPhuiet, openmg at
"T 7 (XVI ' h5 its.
cent . .(Ml & cfc
LV5Sr Sfciin rfSdV: lon.
m; JrTnrir t tirrvintr rates 1-1G
107, cioMjrw.--..--- .
.ntier annum. The
London qM flS'f H "l, KUn f33
sn r-n' VT-:- ,s 'n '
S c'actits bd steady; coupons
SS mSdTl6C.U; dp. new, 113;
B"AU flop AUCOCIfS. nna oLtaln
Uiem, and mo avoid miMPz-sMcimltntloi-p.
II. HUAXmUTTII. Pren't,
Offlre.S4 C'annl Mtroct. Sevr Yntfe.
j Ba heHi do.;l$3, 1177; new 5s,
lm dTmj urreVcy 61, 121ft
cl Wda qaicty a6teudy, at nominal
fSf?Rfia 6 new, B; Mis.-ouri Gs, 7.
Sanonswcrc inffltigo and .Northwcrt-
u, neatrahw , , I , t The stock rsaifct to-day was irreg
of lower f?u: !S stock advancxg and others show-
T74ae. lm Me, .tho acUve stock,
ia nnniuM " ' - r o vi
n!5 and CIOSIDK "-"K" vcnuui
SAfromWto, and reacted to
YnrK -4rai aavancca iram
fcne. 11 ayi
fen thau they
nd donosits neany
bough Uio lcgal-tid.?
I pported in local stocks or scrips
9 tn itJJa. ciw""-
market closed ami
for Uio day ag
which 45.050 were
leniphU cola bono-: j'
irmpau cm tua5 Oiv-ffifi
P. rdaiitw iu
THE OOTTOS MiWKT 31?'
&Wof 7cwardiB cotton W uiemar
,Vi .v. .Un, ftf tlefframs from
raNw i'oAiai liTerpooL New Orleans
loota icw "Tl Ul. inntmar-
Ifeleirrapnea w?1": j ,i4
Ket couon was wu,, , sh5
nrau wen . " : ; T,
man nro swi1 V j
irhantrewill .do3ea t-morrow' lmu uu
ti, r 10 ?
Sales, 1900 balegjof
900: SDinncrs, iwu
elegnuns will arricx
liean sruos. ,
The market wja hrm.
.t.;t, irnortCW tOOK
,w!Hlflni. bales. -
! COTTON JslAlwiiui.
. Yum 1 1 t3?7i.... B.403
SsSivwUlnce lart tlatemeut.
the highest point.
3 important. The
132.000 shares, of
rn Union, 4500 St.
Paul 09,000 LaKOJ--. iw xew iorK
Central, SWO Ohios.XK) Michigan Central,
"liV) New Jersev C, 14,200 Delaware,
Western Union tewi". u.'.t; vuicKsuver,
13- Quicksilver prsred. 18J; Pacific Ma?,
24': Maripo3a,7npoai preferred, 8;
Adams Express, lOfVells A: iargo Express
company. 83ft; Agfan repress company.
New York Cei
land ana rm
"S"'. V.H W.S. T1. TJ
37?4;JMewJerseyi..i, jww jbuuiu,
ooU. Rt. Paul St. Paul preferred.
fi2& WabaA,fFoit Wayne, 100;
Terro Haute, gierro Haute prefer
red, 15; Chicagnd Alton, 93; Chi
cago and Altoserred, 109; Ohio and
Mississippi, 6;ware, lkawanna and
Western, 73; nc Pacific tele
cgraph,15; Mk Piuafic, 3K; Atiantw
and Pacific prs!. 2; Indiana Central,
"if- Chicago, it)gton and Quincy, 1G;
Hannibal and 9(ph, 13; Central Pacific
bondJ, 9i; UaiaficonJ?, p; Union
Pacific land in 100; Umon Pacific
ress companv. 54:
ft; Erie. 9ft; Erie
1351: Harlem ure-
fe'etocfe,, G0 Lake
Central. G3: Cleve-
ppeferred, 5J; Cleve
Stock t nooa tals daf
iempliU and CharIeton rallwar.
4ppi if B" Shim n. TL
jTlue, nmuTiuo uuuu -
Total reoetpto to-oay
i,n. far this weds
hioifiif U wefc..
iemiihls and Cbariotou rMlro..........
lomiilUK, NhrtUo and O't Southern B. B.
It rail north,
The following nro the oflicial tolegrams or
u J!;Hnn oT the domestic markeU as re-
Uived at tho cotton exenange
touc .. .
r Orleans yesterday a a,1
t2oatthoclosc; reccipw, oiui , -i
orklpi. Tiio market closed active.
wp.w nRlA December 30. Flour
unsettled butgly higher; superfine, $G
25; doublei, $G 50; treble extra,
and firm at k ineata moderately act
ive and higl&uldcre, 7ftc; clear nb.
vzI clear w uii tuuw uiu
tirm; snouiQBc-' "
llllj$c. .Olemand fair and market
CHICAGQlpbcr 30. Flour quiet
but firm. jn fair demand, but at
lower rates a?. Ch'"S0' IJ
Corn dull, flower at 44c. Oats are
in fair demaat sver rates, 34c. Rye
h steady and1 Barley firmer at GGc.
. PorkJittsdllnway h"-?'
Lard is steftt'" gwu ueiuuuu, n.iuc.
Bulk meaU y and firm at 6J8ft
9c YThWK. -
CINCLWeceaiber 30. Flour firmer-
family,'kf 75. Wheat inactive and
unsetUedcl 45 . Com firmer at
444Gc Oarat33 a3Sc. Rye steady
at 80c. Bt. 1105. Pork sales
early at 17g,?17 25 asked. Lard
iim BlvUSl'''Mtf VUHh U1WW
r trong; sbw?; Bhort rib, 8ftc; short
clear. 9c I3inally unchanged. Green
meats strwiuere, w i uuii
8Jc; hanafor 10 to 15-pounds aver
age. Wh, 1 05. Butter steady.
LOUISViccmber 30. Flourflrm:
extra, jTjiiiy. 1 5 M5 75. Wheat
slealy ar demand; red, $1 25
1 30; amU5l 40; white, $1 40
1 45. Cer, 44c Rye firm, 80c.
Oats steadj 40c: mixed, 37c. Hay
in good d2. Pork in goad demand,
817. Bacniiet bnt firm, Gft(2Gftc,
X4c. Bacon dull and
.mtfnnl iredhams ttoudvnndiirm.
The oeseual uahkct was again a myui
A' fin. ..( ,n fneumbered with
rcsieruay. j -r rr. bvland
rnpWHiniu, " " :T T nn.Tfh..re
&U no mririU of merchandise. , Fttd wa,
Kr S for there can be noUiing gptm
Lr3?. ,n market Cormntal wa? selling
r r r...nnltia nnd from the
t UOU1 irOUl UIO jinn i lunu. T.T. r
ratenUof a bid or two .that . u on u.e mr-; maml feMcr. to; Ao. A JJg. ye
IrcL Volatoti Rro J J in siure, ,.uiei, (v uouuu uuiiu. uwiy
J.'. Jlr.i,n7& cold ti move tbem, Tj-.r,l hiiAHulk meats hieher: shoul-
& tteitatorf tho streets would admit ! AcHc.Wd; clear rib 8ftc
of removal. Taero are lcars of the effict of j n!ucd.ear )idcs 9c asked. 8.85c
Ifrost on some ' fr.;'w'3' Vla' ,mf -a, wl JUUU"'n.i '
jiiMViallr trom Uie viiecia oi uiu - i uvc aogaa uiiruur; vuuimuii
J - ... T 11(1 Ti ll i.i.tm
' . ' , i 11... i iin
14C laq uurce, lie:
Whi5kyhmand, ?1 00. Bagging
ST. LOfaiber 30. Flour quiet buf,
WHivn and lowon No. 2 red
' fall. $1 8fc dull and prices a shado
Hfol. imaafltfe. Oats de-
11 1 - . " - v -
, ?vi r r
Oiceola Belle, upper coast.
John II. Hanna, New Orleans.
Ruth, Phil Allin, J. D. Parker, Manmelle.
Ilannv new veai !
No boats are advertised to leave to-day or
Tcree i inches solid ice formed in the river
nere rnuay night.
Hie Hard Cash is renorted fm7j ?n A
gusLo, where White river ufsaid to be frozen
crowds of people collected on the bluffs
yesterday, watching the movements of the
ea oi ice.
4 llie Governor Garland and U. P. Schenck
are lying above here at Frame's towhead, one
nf It. P.,.14' II .1 ni - ... ,
" o"uj n-iicu-uiiu-uicitens lsianus,
uiuu irom aanger.
1 ihe John Ii. Hanna left fur "Kevr Drlona
yesitrday, and hal great difficulty in makin
aiandmg at Glcan's wharf boat. No other
vozxs attempted to go out
V heard yesterday that the . produce boat
man lire making arrangements to transfer
their loads to the shore, m anticipation, of a
piuuauiesmasn-up Dy trie ice.
The river opposite this city wa3 gorged
three or four times yesterday, but the heavy
musses oi ice do re uown witti sucn lorce as
to keep the inas3 froui foiminir solidly.
I he Osceola Belle uno down yesterday
almost floated down with the ice and not
bemif able to make a iendintr at the wharf.
floated on down to Fort Pickering, where she
iound a sale naroor.
Tliotowboat Ark. the hull of which is iron
clad, pulled out from the bank yesterday and
made war on the ice preliminary to taking
uie cueei; line packets to a sate habor. 'Ihe
Ark did good work, and will no doubt suc
ceed in clearing the broad belt of ice away
from the landin?.
A generous friend at Clarksville made this
chronicler 'a home happy yesterday by send
ing us a huge turkey-gobbler, which weighs
sixteen pounds without leathers or other su-
peniiuucs. it will be a monument to our
mend a memory on hew icar s day, and we
will ever remember his Kindness.
There are sixteen boats lavinir ud here, be
sides the tugs and transfer boat. They are
uie v. r. acnencK, ucvemor uariand, tow
boat Ark, Illinois. A. J. White.,Georce W.
Cheek, Coahoma, .Belle of Texas, John A.
Scudder, C. B. Church, Ashland, Thomas
Sherlock, Mary. Houston, Grand Tower, Os
ceola Belle, John Overton. BesTdBs these,
there are twelve or fifteen produce boats
moored above the elevator.
Vicksburg Ilerald, Friday: "The James
D. Parker passed the James Howard at Ar
kansas City, where she had a good deal of
cotton on tne oanK. bhe had been aground
and unloaded part of her carire above the bar.
and had to go back after it. The Carondelet
was also passed near tho same place. She.
too, had been aground, and was unloading
her cotton on barges. The water was very
low and the channel not well defined, and in
addition to this the weather has been very
uad and tne nigtits leanully darn.
Captain W. A. Joplin, of the Osceola, laid
his boat up at Fulton yesterday and walked
eighteen miles to Covington, and came to
this city by Uie Memphis and Paducah rail
way yesterday afternoon. He reports a gorge
at Randolph, six miles in extent, with no
prospects of an early break-up. The Grey
hound laid up above Fulton, in a safe harbor.
She lies out in the stream, tho shore ice pre
venting her approach to the bank. Her lines
are fast to shore, however, and no danger is
anticipated. The Charles Morgan and John
B. Maude are both safely moored at Osceola.
The Susk Silver still lies at Point Pleasant,
and it was reported yesterday that the ice
had run through her coal-box. The report
was notconfinned at dark.
1'opulor OfilccrH of a Popular local
Mrarnis, Tew., on hoard steamer I
Covwiwiii fiuuau, Sceemlnr SOplSTO. f
Gi plain Smith:
Tho undersigned, having been passengers
on your boat on her recent trip up, which was
rendered extremely tedious, and even danger
ous, on account of the immense quantities of
ice in the river, desire to express to you, and
through you, to all the other officers of your
boat, their thanks for the kindness and
courtesy shown to them on the trip, and for
the care and skill shown in the management
of your excellent boat. Respectfully,
J. JI. THOMPSON,
. A. MONTG011EBY, '
OEOKHE Y. SCOTT,
(iEOKOE C. BALDWIN,
MBS. M. A. BICE.
D. M. DOUGLASS,
JIBS. GEOBKE Y. SCOTT,
MRS. GEOBGE C. BALDWIN,
MBS. M. A. MAPLES,
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
ForXESTOrtlXG GBAY IfAXG
To Itn Natural Vitality find Color.
Advancing rears, sick-
fhich was intcnte,
predisposition, all turn
the hair gray, and either
ot tbem Incline It to
Aran's Haot Vigor,
by Ions and extensive
use, has iroTcn that It
Hops the falling ot the
hair Immediately: often
renews the growth, and
ilwars surely restores
its.color, when faded or
gray. It stimulates the
nutrltho organs to healthy activity, and preserves
both the hair and 1U bc'.uty. Thus braiUy, weak
gtriko when the break-up comes
ii lioau are
C7 :n Hw.
Ir, . .iu .i 4n amn the cxncnio of rc
Eval inay induce iwrno ta -at favor
Some of the flatboaU nwtexutft'i', choice to extra heavy, or 'sickly hair becomes glowy,
near the moutu i ag gnaB' 6 50. ene-J; lost hair regrows wiui iiveiy
iil I vrtVUiAmlui- fill VlrmhiiQil - - .1 , .... i nn .,. ,..,1. Mot,.
I A. U 1 , I UXJUiUU W. A .wu. 1 (MIS. .11111 lauru Ul 1.1 it 1 111. 1 1 1 1.111
L. i;AUnml linmr" ntw- stinerfine color. Its ocerallon Is suro and harmless.
. . I L..I. nil . .
fconuiining potatoes, are lying near tho mouth
of Wolf Sver. just where tfia hca7icewill
.,hM thn hreak-un comes. Some of
id break-up comes, pomoui ,,01 home use; superfine
thcrefoM prePnJ,1 vester $5 305 50. Rye flour
he city. A desire to rednco J-jg 75. Commcal quiet;
r...?r. a'.i.. irpm.not moved.
. Mao rMn lhpn i none in
1 11 1 1 1:
irkct. Egot era in smaii acmanu,
hfc : without uta. Chhktn quote fi
iberore. uuiuiercis neiviu
' ... . - aMnWAA AmA aAld nl.ro
it$1416. i)fr so d at ;sw iorcno-.ee.
Granges "-Tta iiMJt
Lot sauirrels, 3 for praino cWcVcaf, o7c
for came fish; deer cartas, uj ic
OMfnan" of OJwi xret O&tML Staianent.
COBN-Flrmi niUiKi.iwutwc. rWr-v.rtiltfll
2T64c per bash.
ham. unrauT3ji, 1 . . -
..MSasUi aee. Uc: dear
rSSliW to ajru. Uc: dear tilda. aoeoroine w
wes3 POSK-Mws pone neoTi. civ-
rriinH!i-uT- in tierces, llc;
f J1SJTG1B. IWH. .
westeraTlO. Wheat ouiet but farm;
ihippststo hold off; No. 2 spring
Chicago at f 1 38, Ryo steady:
western; Barley dull: six-rowod
5tate,Wdalt quiet. Com quiet;
new made, t7(iO ftc uats nun;
mixed State, 3849c. Hay firm.
Hops h quiet but firm; Rio, car
goes,! t gold: iobbing at 17K
S2.(ffjar quiet Molasses ew
Orleaas(359c; foreign quiet. Rico
quicUSi dull; crude, 15c; refined,
28c; cfiftc. Eggs firmer; western,
29880; dull: mea, 17 50. Beef
dull ;fl middles, western, 9c; lonp
dearly, 9ifc Lard opened dull
and latsed more actjye and nrnier;
prime 20c. Butter western 14
0c.4ft but firm at 714c. Whi?
N0.3. S-IJ ... 1. ec niAil
.r--,rfr. oftiinarr to choice. CVia. t m L
ub - 7. . .". . 1 Arm: iair. ni..
(lsndrulT, heals all humors, and keeps the scalp cool.
clean arm soit unaer wmcn conaiuons ui senses 01
the scalp are Impossible.
Asa dressing for ladles' hair, the Vioou Is praised
for Its grateful and agreeable perfume, and valued
for the soft luster anp richness of tone It Imparts.
IIf. J. C AVCB & CO riOWClI, Xa8-,
Practlcal and Analytical ChcmlBtH.
By-Sold by all Dragrlsts and Dealers In Medicine.
TML. B. Ii. SXEWAET,
Oaice Xo. 34 roplar Strecs, Memphis.
WILL practice in the Courts ef Law and Cuan
cerr In West Tennessee and Nortk Mlssisis-
slppl. and clra special attention to collections, con-
CSetl. the sun making not the
leaon the snowy carpet.
An-porga is reported at Ran
doluhj above here. The gprgo is
saiajcain extent. The river is
extxif at that point, and the gorge
wMJbtjl warm rains thaw the ice.
Thrjroad acres here yestcrdaj,
twotnes gorging, but breaking
aS at the rate of not over a
QUTj an hour. The weather bc-
:....?-iji i-.i. :
Victims ot Tonthfal lmprndcsre. wbc
bare tried In vain CTerr known reinr-dr
will I A. m (i, n almnta muiMtInn VltVTT
tor tec gpceay euro or nervous debilltr,
piraKnra accar, ooi nutnnooa. una BJi
auoraers Drought- on dt oippaw,. a
dnwclst hu the lncredlonta. Addr
DAVIDSON A: CO., 81
on by excesses.
gwgro or at Prcsitlcnt's island.
Wbionnrfml frozen over at Au-
ITBSVrrnnbicrcDorts and thcsiimal
sMtablc below furnish the latest
IQSAI. SKRVICK OES. O. B. A., 1
uynfs. December 0. 3 r.M. f
. .... 11
St. Lorn November 10, 1870.
"YyK hare this day appointed
3fessrw. Orsill Brother & Co.
'Me Agents for the sale of our Celebrated
"Diamond" Anti-Friction Metal
AND JOVIISXSL VKAJtlSGH,
who will supply the trade and consumers at manu
Diamond Antl-Frlctlon Metal Co.
WANTED-COTTON IN THE SEED
THE Bluff Cltr Cotton Mill wishes to purchase
Seed Cotton for manufacturing purposes. High
est market price paid. Sacks furnished on applica
tion to J. W. MOOBES, Sup't. 81 Madison st.
More effective and more
complete, and more readily
adapted to the various me
chanical and agricultural uses
than any other In the market.
; Practical Improvements accu
mulated rrom twenty years
mth reputation maintained
and success established.
Rnd for ntimlan. deserlntire. and containing tes-
tlmonlaisngconcrnlour I'ortnlile. Ktatiouary
and Asrarlcnltal Hteiuu-Cnslueii.
Wood, Talj or & Morse,
Tin ton. HadUon Co-Xevr Yorlc
NjnjKRBoo-Mn-rniTBsnAT. tiii the lltbday
The Greatest Bargains
EVER OFFERED IX
Are to he found at
A KXvtV ARRlVAIi OF
X.adicB' auclGesits.' JLLaca IlMnd-.
lidics' and Gents' Silk Hand
Rnchings and Tiew,
Xiincn Collars and Sets.
Towels and Xapltinx,
AT I5EPOKTESS' TRICES.
And the entire stoclc at greatly reduced
prices. Coll early for bargains.
Taylor, Joy k Go
312 Main Street,
opp. Pcnliody Hotel.
NOW READY. J
convenience, nowsr a
nccuracr. It is unequattnl. If your
mercLant docs not ietp them, rrder di
rect froin tho Accncr. 70 Clximhrrs til.
New Tort. M. W. Itoblmou, Gen'l Agent.
MOORE, BASSETT & CO.,
ITos. 351 and 353 Second St., Hemplils.
H f - -ii I 1 1 j'-l
I 4" Sash Laths
fcj'lj ANO , AND -
gUl Buhds -ShSaES
s .? m. ".
. S P u f&T, 3
U "3 1ilJ!riiLv ', t.M'AiK
s t-vm '
Cedar Keys, : : :
THIS house having been complefelr renovated
and enlarged, br the addition or a larc-o din.
Ins-room and kitchen, has now largely Increased ne
commodatlons. With tho aid of a good corps of as
sistants, and the exhnustless supplies or our unri
valed fish, ojsters and game, the house Is enabled
to 0Ter Its patrons a bill of fare to satisfy the most
Transportation furnished at short notice to all
points along the coast, sot acsesslble to steamers,
in comfortable yacht boats.
Fasseneers for New Oileans. Key west and Ha-
rana8hould arrive on Thursday or Friday at the
Steamer for Tamoa and Manatee leaves every Fri
day after the arrival of -the train.
a. m. ,aiciL.VAir,is, .proprietor.
. B. AIl)ItICIT. General Aseiit.
854 Second tiU. Jicmphls.
ALL THE BANKS,
S. C. TOOF'S
15 Conrt Sti-eet.
OFFICE HOME INSURANCE COMrANY. I
limtrins, December 0, 1876. 1
tSf At a regular meeting of the Board of Id
rectors of this Company, a
Dividend of Six per Cent.
was declared on the capital stock, and ordered to be
credited on the stock natea.
B. P. BOLLING. Secretary.
G. H. HOLST.
T. f. HOLST.
320 Main, opp.Peabody Kotcl.
ALWAYS en hand, a large assortment of Metallic
Casfts and Caskets, and Wooden Codas, of
tr Orders by telegraph pioaiptly ailed, and
Cases shipped C O. D.
No. 271, B. D. In the Probtfo Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee.-James A. Anderson, Adm'r,
etc., vs. F. G. Connell et al.
S Pursuant to an order made In this cause, notice Is
hereby given to all parfle3 havuw claims against the
estate of Wn. L. Connell, deceased, to mate their
apscarcnee herein, at the' courthouse of the Probate
Court. In Memphis. Tenn.. on or before the Erst
Monday In AprlL 1877. and file their claims asauist
said estate and have themselves made parties de
fendant hereto, or they will be forever barred and
this cause proceeded with ex parte; and that a copy
of this nnjpy,be published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks, in the Memphis Daily AppeaL This
cMteAf8' JAMES REILLY, Clerk.
By Hugh B. Cullen, Deputy Clerk.
Boblnson A Malone, Sols, for comp'lL su
Sew luw .Firm.
"DANDOLPH. HAMMOND WASSELL,
No. 03 Madison street. Meraohrj. Term.
blzned kave associated Witt! them, in
law, Samuel y , yi, ityi.
eraphl3,Tenn. The under
JEWELRY AXD SILTERWABE.
Latest Styles and Lowest Frices
Treble-Plated Silver Table Knives at
bit por liozen.
EXAMINE OUIt STOCK AND SELECT SOON.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Flaherty & S
317 Second Street, near Monroe
ATETALLIC AND WOODEN BUBIAL CASEa
XVX and Casshs. Eltgant Robes, Gents' Suits aitf
coinn xiimmwss. uruers by teiegrapn sent prompt)
u. u. u. apeciai atienuon pain to empaimmg.
Csciilns orer 1.XOO mieties Vcaxtablo and
Slower Sccdi. COLORXD PliATESU Elpgint
rood-cuts of vegetables siu! f owerg. nimdiomni
OuSHa iraMJthctt: ear Send tot it.
D ETROlT SEED CO.. Detroit. Mich.
My Wife & ChlUr
will rejoice, tecfc
I bonebt my gooA
Go to V. 15. THAYER, the LiTe Jeweler,
3IO SEC03H& (STREET,
FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS!
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SETS, BINGS, and
everrtliln? In his line. Th8 finest In thl
market from 5 to 20 per cent below Main st price..
Uo sot 'aii to can ana De uonvinceci.
1S-K. Plain Gold BIngs at SI 50 per pennywelgi t.
Kino Set BIngs on hand and made to order.
Subscribe to the Third Series of the stock of the
The subscriDlion books for the Third Series lim
ited to 500 shares) are now open at the office of the
Secretary, 2!U Main street, up stairs.
mis Association nas acnievea a suDsianuai suc
cess: has been the means through which many nave
already secured HOMES, and Is now in the full tide
of successful operation.
i'ersons desiring to suDScnue wouia ao wen io
hand in their names early, as the books will close
with 500 subscribed shares.
1 lrst monthly Daymen! due on the first Tuesday
In January next
uiiAiiiiES t. fATJSKSu. secretary.
Late U. S. Senator.
BEES a EDMONDSON.
507 Twelfth street, lYashington, D. C.
ILL practice in all the Courts of the District or
V V Columbia. Suoreme Court of the United States.
Court of Claims, and before the Executive Depart
ments of tho Government Prompt attention given
to the Collection of Claim'. oc22
Taos. Fisher, President Wit. Y. Hamlin, Castile
a General Banlilns Busl-
Collections on Memphis a Specialty.
Drafts for Sale on the nrinclnal Cities
oi I'urcpc. Also,
Paswaire Ticket bv the Inrunn. White
Star, Cunard, Allan, and Anchor Lines
ot Ocean Steamers.
?artlcnlar Attention clven to Pay
rccnt of Taxes.
Cil v and Conntv Serin for Bale at the
Lowest Ilnrkct Sates.
FOE the speedy cure of Seminal Wealoiess, Lost
Manhood, and all disorders brought on by In
Clseretlon or excess. Ang druggist has tho Ingredi
ents. Address, DE. JAQUES i CO..
fESSBS. B. BUCHIGNANI & CO.'S OYSTEB
1XJL BesbiuTaat and Befrcshment Saloon, at Uie
corner of Second and .TctTcrson streets,
have reduced the prices of Norfolk oysters to 25
cents per dozen for raw and stewed, and 40 cents for
fried. They have also fitted up elegant apartments
in their up-itairs for the accommodation of ladles,
to whom refreshments will be served at a slight ad
vacceonthe above rates.
J. Willis, Architect,
HAVING rttnrned to Memphis, Is now prepared
to furnish Plans, Speclflsatlom and Esti
mates, for all kinds of buildings, end will superin
tend their erection when desired.
iT onicd Boom No. I), Bethel Block, corner of
Mam and South Court streets.
Thirty ymra cxperienco io Uie Ire&tuietU bfSexaaIn2
CUrcnie Ul3CZcsj,tbot)i oxn
tea ana I nn i
manhood anJ wotnanhooj Anl
Icr private remjiop, whlrlnLonldlw teptu
A PHXVATE MEDICAL TBEATISE on tZ diVua;
of a Privato Ktturo in tcUtMxci, ths abuses ami
onlsraolthefcxual aystcm, and the meanaol cure, liypigt
ft ..h enETSTinp, Mni under -31 lorC5 eta.
ilZDICAI. ADVICE on Sciu&laml ChronU Diseases,
Bcnimil WeaVnfii, Catarrh, Cancer, ltupturetthc Oplcrx
Ii5bit,tc,ai0paKo workout under teal for 10 eta. AO
thxeo books cosirimnj 100 pasea andevcmliinz wcrtfi
knowing on thciuhjc-ct, sent securely sealed on re
ceipt of CO ds Addrwi, Dr. Butts1 Dispensary.
Ho.12 K. 8ih st. St Louis. Mo. f taubluhei lae.f
BY Tlrtue of the power and authority In me Tested,
by a certain Deed of Trust executed by Cath
erine Meath and J. J. Murphy, Trustees, to secure
the Indebtedness therein mentioned, and recorded In
Book No. 70, pages 151 to 154 Inclusive, the samo
not haying been paid, and being requested by the
beneficiary mentioned In said Trust Deed, I will,
SOlli Day of December, 1876,
at the courthouse door, comer Main and Poplar
streets, In the city of Memphis, at twelve o'clock in.,
offer for sale, and sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
the life c?tite of said Catherine Meath In the follow
ing described real estate and Improvements thereon.
to-wlt: "The lot. and tenement house thereon, front
ing on Beale street on the north, and on DeSolo
street on the east, fronting 22te feet by 1:15 feet
dsep; said property Is now being rented at tho sum
of one hundred dollars per month to good tenants
The right and title Is believed to be perfect and re
demptlcn Is waived, but I sell only as trustee.
ueciu . n. HAXMia, irusiee.
AFOKTCXE FOB OXIYV OXK DOI,
I ar. FrRST Dollar Qoarteklt Drawing, at
Nsw Orleans. January 2. 1S77,
LOLINIAXA NTA'fi: liUTTHY CO.
This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the
Legislature of the State tcr educational purposes In
1KK8. with a capital of Sl.00O.0O0. toRblchit has
since added a reserve rund of $.'C0,000. Its
Cirsnd Mingle. -i timber iraw-tiiKi will take
nlaco monthly. The season ot 1877 opens with the
VAi'iTAL rui,i; Bia.uuu.
100,000 Tickets at One Dollar Each.
LIST Or I'BlZK:
1 Capital Prize.
a Prizes 81000.
5 Prizes 500.
.jr.. , .... 1 D,(KXJ
1 Approximation Prizes of SI 0(1
Approximation Prizes of 7Q ,.
0 Approximation Prizg oi 60
18P8 Prizes, araoantics to S06.525
. Write for Circulars or send orders to .
C'IiomT. Howard. Sew Orieans, ta.
rieenlnr Quart erl y rawLu on Eebruary
4. 1877. TleJwU. SlOesoh. (plUgrTbft. SHO.OOO.
United Slates Marshal's Sale.
No. 670 In AdmiraltyJJnltcd States District Court,
Western District of Tennessee A. Karr et al. vs.
Steamboat A. J. White.
Pursuant to an order of sale, issued out of the Dis
trict Court of the United States for said district, and
tome directed In the above entitled cause, I will ex
pose for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
at 1 1 o'clock a.m.. on
Wednesday, January 3, 1877,
the Steamboat A. J. WHITE, herenglnes, machine
ry, tackle, apparel and furniture, as she now lies at
levee, city of Memphis, Tenn.
L. B. EATON, U. S. MarshaL
By A. J. Gardner, Deputy.
Belcher fc Jordan. Proaors.
No. 8 , 1 In Admiralty, Unliod States District Court,
Western District of Teuntivsee 51 Monaghan et
al. vs. Steamboat Geo. W. Cheek.
Pursuant to an order of sale. Issued out of the Dis
trict Court ot the United States for said District and
to me directed In the above entitled cause. I will ex
poso for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
at 11 o'clock am., on
Wednesday, January 3, 1877,
the Steamboat GEO. W. CHEEK, her engines, ma
chinery, tickle, apparel and furniture, as she now
lies at levee, city of Memphis, Tenn.
h. B. EATON, U. S. Marshal.
Br A. J. Gardner, Deputy.
Belcher & Jordan, Proctors.
No. 872-In Admiralty. Uuitwl States District Court,
Western District of Tennessee A. Karr et ahvs.
Pursuant to an order of sale Issued out of the Dis
trict Court ot the United States for said District, and
to me directed In the above entitled cause, I will ex
poso for sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash,
at 11 o'clock a.m., on
Wednesday, January 3, 1877,
the Steamboat ILLINOIS, hpr pnplnps. tnnrhlnprr
tackle, apparjl and furniture, as she now Ile3 at
levee, city of Memphis, Tenn.
Lu ii. EATON, U. S. MarshaL
By A. J. Gardner, Deputy.
Belcher & Jordan, Proctors.
J. T. FARGASOy.
JJLHES A. HUNT.
J. T. PARE
Grocers and Cotton
389 Front and 32 Clinton Sts., Memphis, Tenn.
NO. 17 JEFFERWf
Kctwcen Uain au.l y ran TItnU?hl-.
. asTintHEEa c? 1S80-1
nR. JOTLSHON 13 nw(e-iT?U 11 l irCu
, 1 1 . ... . f. rWhIa.,iO
toe treatment nt nrt rata or . . j-i. iLiMsft..
thorough and pArmaMr.t nir-, -aitr.in'ied in
caie. tanltt or f mala. Keent tsz ot Gone
and Syphilis cored In a law days. "lKKit the rc
mercury, chana of dlu. ci l. Taiu m tx ala
SecwdarySi3hia3,Uie -tvr ito tu ir
out the usee! raercarr. Ir-r v " li3e" nt"
stoppd in a short time. Su&rers frost knpotf-r
or lotvi of sexual rwrseis itz doi a v.-oc i
thort time. Vlalir.s of s :. id excssM'-
venery. sufferlnir rrum. sncrmom-ei and Kes 4
rlijsical and mental power, spar j cad pmat
titlca paia to Csa Btssas
3. II. CAKBEBY.
CAEBEEY & CASEY,
; Importers and Wholesale Liquor Hereto
I Xos. Front street, Mempliis, TemiJ
b. j. sem:mes & C'
i WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ssrnsruar.i KENTUCKY AND TENNESS
-if' VS- .
tig TVZXVL a
if Sf V
Every package cf this Companrs brand of Strictly
Pure White Lead bearst he follow tag guarantee:
uThe While tead contained in this
nncKajre lHiruarameeii ny tne Jianurar
tnrers, the SOITTKEKX WHITE I.KA
CO!St.i.ouiu.33o to contain no adulte
ration whatever. It is comnosed en.
tlrely or perrectly Iure Carbonate of
jLiona and lan'seeu oil. anu is nlil hhIi.
ject to Chemical AnalysiH and the Blow
t-fr The name of this Comrjanv Is rlad nvT.T
upon Strictlt Pcrr Lead. It Is not dated uoon a
second or other Inferior quality. So parties purchasj
rag y line ijtiui uranueu "ouuiniiKi uuJlrAiHi,"
cxe absolutely sure of obtaining a Pxrfectxt Pure
Article. JSf For sale by dealers In Paints and
Oils throughout the West and South.
H. CASS1DY & CO.
No. 95 Cnmp St., New Orleans,
Sail-makers, Awning Mauufact'rs
Cotton Iiick Agents!
Where can be found the best assortment of Cotton
Duck In the South. Also, Plain and Fancy Awnuv
Stripes, Awnings, Window and Door Shades, Gal
lery Curtains, etc
isrjiy aim wagon covers.
Wo have always on hand a large assortment or
French and English Bunting for Flags. Having
made the manufacturing of Flags a specialty ftu
years, we can furnish American, Foreign and every
description of Fancy Flagsjat lower prices, Uian
any house In this country. We also give special at
tention to the gettlng-up of every description ol
Plain, Fancy and Embroidered 811k Flag and
Banners. We would call special attention to our
We have on hand a large stock of Coffee. Grain.
Itlce, Wool and other Sacks, which we make
to order. In any Quantity, and wedefrcomnetmmi
from any quarter.
t3S We have Cotton Duck, suitable for Cotton
Covers and Tarpaulins, of the following widths: 22
inches. 44. 50. 52. 00. 72. 84 and 110 inches.
PIKCE JEWELRY COMBINATION
OUT Gents elegant Watch-Chaln. Gold-PIated-Sleeve-Buttons,
Collar-Buttons, Set or Spiral Studs,
Plain BIng.and Imitation Coral Sairf-PIn. Com
plete sample lots, 25 cents; 12 lots, S2. Special
terms to agents. BBIDE & CO.. 7 I'm BroadwaT. N. Y.
Dim. a DriTste counn
ti. latest dliccTeriM ta tSt
iriTW of Tnrrv?iirHn"
b tmly haprr In tlw married rclilioa. title &.
con&uai Information, wliirh ro one can a3cra to ba
br Mi;L rroa ruh
m&il g;i any cfthetnb
BY virtue of a Deed In Trust made to me by W.
F. Boyle and L. H. Chapman, which Deed In
Trust Is recorded In the office of the Beglster of
Shelby county, Tennessee, on the 30th day of June,
1873, In book (land pago80, and at the request of
the beneficiary In said trust deed, I will, on the
Fifteenth Bay of January, 1877,
between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock, In front of
storehouse No. 27Pi&,on Main street, In the city of
Memphis offer and sell at public sale, to the highest
bidder, lor cash, the following named property, viz:
One Boiler, and Engine, Machinery and Belting of
every kind. Types, Cases, Printing Presses aud other
Bon-consumable property used In and connected with
the printing office and bindery now contained In said
building. No. 27fHi Main street, aforesaid. Also,
the counters, shelves and other fixtures used In said
store. No. 27i)Vs Main street Memphis, November
30, 1870. JOHN C. COOPEB, Trustee.
BY virtue of a Trust Deed made to me by W. F.
Boyle, which Deed In Trust is recorded In the
Beglster's office of Shelby counly, Tenn., book No.
10. cage 87. on the 24th dav of Amll. 1 87A : and nt
the request of the beneficiary la said Trust Deed, I
win, on uie
Fifteenth Bay of Jannarj-, 1877,
between the hours of Hand 12 o'clock. In f root of
storehouso 279t Main street, in city of Memphis,
sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash,
the following property, viz: All machinery, tools,
fixtures, cases, tjpis, presses, boiler and steam-engine,
counters, show-cases and Iron-safe, In the
storehouso No. 271 Main street: for a more par
ticular description of which reference Is made to
the Trust Deed aforesaid. Title to said property be
lieved to be good, but I convey only as trustee.
j. a. .HAxcs, jr., rrustee.
As assignee of W. F. Boyle, I join in the above sale.
J. A. OMBEEO. Assignee.
C1LVXCEKY SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
No. 212ti, B. Chancery court of Shelby county,
Tennessee. James a. Anacrson, aam'r or J. it
Manuel, deceased, vs. H. C. Manuel et aL
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en
tered In the above cause on the 21st
day of November. 1870, 1 will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, hi front of the Clerk and
Master's omce, new courthouse building, Main street,
Memphis, Tenn., on
Saturday, January 20, 1877,
within legal hours, the following described property,
to-wlt: A cert'iu tract of land, situate, lying and
belcgin thf iiunty of Shelby, State of Tennessee,
and knowr ind described as follows: Beginning
at the southeast comer of the intersection of Du
Bose avenue and Middle street; runni-g thence
south sixty-four (04) feet with the east llfj of Mid
dle street; thence east and parallel with DuBose
avenue one hundred and titty (1 50) to a stake, and
thence north and parallel with Middle street to the
south line of DuBose avenue sixty-four (04) feet;
thence westwardly with the south line of DuBose av
enuo one hundred and fifty (lfiO) feet to the begin
ning. The said above described lot being a part of
lots 24 and 25, original numbers of tho Dunn sub
division east of the city of Memphis, conveyed to J.
It Manuel by W. J. and M. M. DuBose, and recorded
in Register's offlce of Sclby county, in book 105,
Terms of ad.o 100 In cash, and balance In R
and 12 months; notes with approved security; lien
sustained, etc This December lit, 1870.
ujjiu.MJ a. uuiiB, uerK and Master.
By It J. Black, D. C. and M.
T. M. S. Bhctt. BandolDh. Hammond & Jordan.
L. B. McFarland and T. P. Chambers. Attorneys.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust executed to me by
John McDowell on the 17th of February, lRio,
and recorded In the office of the Begbter of Fay
ette county, Tennessee, In Record Book number five,
pages 00, 01 and 02, made for the purpose of secur
ing certain Indebtedness therein described, I wll'
sell, on the premises, on the
17th of January, 1877,
thefollowlne described real extita. Rlhialml In Tnt.
ette county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Section six ,
township one 1, range three fU west; also, north
east quarter of section eight 8, township one 1,
range three 31 west; also one-half of the southeast
quarter of section eight 8, township one 11, range
three 31 west the same being bounded as follows,
to-wlt: Beginning at the northwest comer of said
quarter; running thence due east one hundred and
sixty 160 poies to the eastern bounday line oi
said section; thence with said line south fifty 501
poles to a stake, blackoak pointer; thence wes
eighty 80 poles to a stake In the Held; thence south
sixty 00 poles; thence wst eighty 80 poles to
James Marshall's line; thence north with said line
one hundred and ten 110 poles to the beglnnlsg.
Also, lot No. one 1, of section five 5J, township
one i, range three 31 west, contauilng one hun
dred and forty-three 2-I00 M3U1 acres, less four
25-100 acres, being same tract conveyed by Joyner
Goldsmith br deed dated March. 1rj1. r will
said landcr the purpose of paying off the Indebted
ness secured bmid deed of trust. Terms of sale
wlB bo to the highest bidder, for cash. Equity of
iKuciuiniuu n.uui. ue jme IS oeuevotl lu IM3 gOOd,
but I seU for cash, and convey only as trustee.
; AND DEALER IN
CliaBCcry Sale of School Scrip.
No. 2277, B. Chancery Court of Shelby county. Ten
nessee. Cochran, Cirode & Co. vs. E. fl. Knight
BY virtue ot an interlocutory decree for sale en
tered In the above cause on the 2Sth day of
2?e!,l8.!P' wlu at PUDUc anctlon, tothe
highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's
oaice. Courthouse Bulldtra, aata street, Memphis,
$3Jurlar. January 13, 1877,
within legal' hours, the following described School
sens; usuea urora uisinci oi ores! IjTIJ. IHtnnwi.
to-wlt: No. 33, dated January IS, lHTri, for 96;
No. 31. no date, S25j N 36, dated June 28.
1873. 825; No. 23. ata date, 828: Na87,noda:
$2n; ifotlii. 3hne23. 87n,32Koi.2,eo6Bbr
. lH7:i.&"litWrK:TT7, January 2, l874,.SG0v
a Byname date-. S42 50 f NoJ87. Maffii 28,
WyHMHR S50: No. 1 :
Wines 5:n& jLiqnors of Irect lEinportatio!
ALWAYS OX HAXD, AT
297 IvlTN ST. MEMPHIS.
A. B. VACCAKO I
A. VAOCAEO & C
IMT0RTEES AM) DEALERS Kg
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
IVo. 324 Front street, Memphis.
SOM3AGEKTS FOR COOK'S CILOLPAGSE IMPK1
J. T. HILLSMAN & CO.,
No. 308 Front Street,
AGENTS FOR THE BEST COTTON CLEANER.
W. TY. Schoolileld. Henry G. JUller. Louis Hanauer. Henry Thoas. I
Cotton Factors & Genera! Com'sn
256 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
We keep constantly on hand the largest and most complete stock of Groceries and
In the city, making Flour. Bacon. Ylnrlnla Tobaccos. Baeslng and Ties a scecialtv.
i-oie a vo.s ceieDraiea n ran as oi iour, vu: atu, Loie's iira, tr, urange, eu"
Gallatin Mills Sheetlng3 and Cotton Yams, and Vinrlnla Shot all of which we wfl
Merchants will consult their Interests b7 calling and examining our stock before Diu-chaslng e
E3? Our Mr. LOUIS HANAUER presides over the Cotton Department giving his personal attentlo
seiung ana weigmng me same.
HILL, FONTAINE &
ANI WHOXiESASiE GBOGERS, ;
360 and 36S Front street, Mempliis, Tenn.
Broeers and C
la ana j
11 and 13 Union street, Mempnis.
A. X. BOYD.
360 FKOKT :
: 3TE3IPHIS. TBNXESS.,
Mm$ YOUB BIMBOS FK
Gin 'Gearing, Pulleys, Shafting, Hangers and Couplings, General Bepalrs, all 'J
Brass uasungs, or anytnmg in tne lmeoi i ounory or iiacoine-anop j
CmCKASAW IRON - WOEJ
Randle, Heath & Livermore, Prop'rs,
No. 98 Second. Street, - - - Mempl
Agents for the Allison Portable Steam Engine, Judson's Governor, State vant Blowers, 1
JAILS ON THE "COOK & HEATH PERFECTED SYSTEM.
Estimates of Cost of Iron Fronts, Balconies, Verandahs, Wrought and Cast Bailings, Bepatra
jiacmnery, eta, rurnisnea on appucaaon.
k f-the west
ORDERS SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED.
ENCOURAGE HOME ENTERPRISE
W. A. WILLIAMS.
B. K. IPLAIN
WILLIAMS & GO.
in legal 1
tract of I
east or tho b
NORTH FRONT STREET.
SALESROOM AND YAI
CORNER GAYOSO AND SECOND
PACKING-SOXES of ALL MINDS on
G. A. SOKERLY & B
No. 336 FRONT ST.,
cor. Union, fm
Jt HATE NOW IN STOUT a large and entirely new stock of goods, i
V YTPseBeH and Maamlacotreis, ana umnz uie aaraniass or io-.v rate.1
seU at estiemely low figures. We below mention part of ur stock, viz.:
!OA biti. half and qnaxtprbxH-Raliilim. lOO plis. llJ
,1000 fjlijr". 3Taekerl, IVbJtefleh sad 40O lXMr7.il
Slerrlnic. - fcoo brlM. JKIbl
SA trirxtt. .sew Mama and BrcaliftiHt aooo riwr fm.l