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THE MmiPIS TiAJXTT A"PPIG AlP-TSufeSD SEPTEMBER 24,, 1874.
FINANCE A3D TRADE. Bo fab as financial matters are con cerned, Madison street remains as undisturbed s a sea In a dead calm, with the cxtept ion that at celtm declines the set alloy of paper raws olcier. The same Increase of cautious. Bess Is also noticeable among the merctntllo clan,vny Jew responsible onti ol whom are ixmoaM at ihl Umx. RTrVmn.e on N'pir v,k- t Kw nrlMn remain, at r.r. and we eenMtteete quote commercial bit's H d's count. OoM Js still quoted KWJffclOiyi, and t VT " 'VFnfi5rKSe. per lb. 27c: ground, Ogtirct. in iael coin is scarcely csaeu lor, and me bale of we mile wmcu uesiei.- man age to serape together from day today gori eastward. Stocks and bonds Buffer as much nogtoct as at ao j time since the panic, though the mavcmeels ot certain railroad ofilcers n.ri SliMtorg. wttti inference i 3 the Memnhfn aad Charleston ejection, to lie held October 7th, eacoarafrt lue hope of Improvement In Knarr ; uim co poration. Ibll N1U UUW I 1 be a flxed tblae that it r. WlUo vi ill be lee next president ol tee company, and Jowpu Jaquei general mumw AT tlm 1 n, lM,LTifi I' 1 1 .! I unri Metal, its. The Chicago Tribune says:! "Meeey Is ve abundant, and the demand " SZr " rSSf.i? .trS ZLZTllZi CHiinwTnnr ihi i. , ,iinn iA VTrT . ri., .. J. tbis Hto conttnuo,no one k far s wo fofmoaevmSirbeforemsU r?ctuSl,aupefrrntmO, lu'whiVr! liclri ortnwuat direction Uiere Is to be an appreelaMoa In priers and pront realfw t, the vr t accumulations or sur in as money will be- Klntoalrcalate. 1'revlous to the panic a yesr ago, rati way building and ttielron and bled rati BBtUs absorbed, directly or indirectly, bvirl !! Uia nmHtu nf th rnnnuv. That i nAn. !l utul nthnr raMmnrinvrtf. Blent wast be luand before any conuderable Coupons ot 1SS1. U7'4; do. of we, llH do. ilnriTinil for money can be exp.ct d. Trawls' '. n?:, a?:01 .1!iViI5ifi. uo- ue5" sttese un determine what direction Invert meet, ot ta cay specuIaUon, wUl take" Themakkbtwss easy and active at tb4te.lBe now J In oar lait report -thonch It vrrs ot reflecttdln the offlciaj quot.tlrins- ?iiS,n,l??ir;,, ..e7i, Blocks opene-J steady and continued to a,f whtcti exparttra participated largely. Urdeu vane- w3, but one sllsht reaction dnrlnc uyj?Xr" IJi" J. lotarcsln the Kew York market. Included - " - . . in tae das s iransacnons were ordinary si lie, sood ordinary at 1314c. lorn middling at 14 'jtl. low middling tu strict middling nt tfLt lbie. ad inWdllBCBtlrAl5c. At tbo clo-j the market wan bigiier, andln view of activity in r.ew orx, i.iveriKxi anuewurieons,an advance w: aiked. bat It was difficult. II pc i- rthla. in Induce linvxrs tiiuke hold ata llimtrr prioe than Uc lor middling, which was un - Ordinary . ,Jl-13 Uood ordinary. HSS" uow Hitcwumg-. , I,, &iy IiddUue .15 w Htrtet n)tdIUng Uood BlddUas. li49 eonsWer these quotations ntDrr.mlnyleCllDe As a rale factors btabecUiae oan be to tramalt Htefti to Ute eeuutry, COTTON STATEMENT. ttootc 4oiBbef' 1- USTl 5S31 S728 IteeelwJ aiaoe last statement K8 Heoalved peeTtosly fU7 Hnipfiod si ere taat steteraetit. Hhiff at peertatwlr Hteck at mm this clay . S.8'2 IMPOSTS. 1ias far this wret 3161 Thus far last wk. wm fagMSasnber 1st. IMC aiemphia aosl Cbarleston railroad Miisls1 aodTasuMJCec railroad III 1 j.. U.B. JV. K,. ta 67 sv MfSfhW asHl Hadaeab rallroad MesswblsaMlUttleKsek raUroail, SsUasBd per wagons and ikucr sources . 2J Total ,ii i Thus far this wsk TbsN lar last vt- IMj titBoe Sootenber st L.. N.G.S K.K imskm aonti 3iy rati, north 01 Total TIM NOW York BvJUltm Says: "AS We are en- terioKHpou a new cotton year and more than ordinary lnlerevt is lett In the position of the com n trade, tt may be proper to review the course of European consumption and supply UUT1 1K m wiuh iHcrauuiinLiui.u'tir Kloc eoniuaiu' i oi in &ngiaua uii not uaa a very conspicuous effect uponthts particular braBOh of trail. Although there hs t Leea an lmportmt railing off In the demand f-x.m nhu oi ins eotuin s MiHtaou vy r.uni hi maiMfaetarers, there has been an noi' In crease In the v an s of others, and upon tue whole ihe unantitv of iroods exnoi lias Iyimi ilhtlv tu excessof isstvear. Tnetirdel with Cninn and laua sbows a large Increase, ljut iti at wild xnraey, iaypt anu several con llnontal naUons basatcilned veiy materially. The stAteaient following trtvrs the total ex- TorfS oi cotton manuiaciurers irom .ne UnMsd Klncdom during the first seven ljaoMJtfof the year, compared with the same panoses js - 7 Months 1SL 7 Months 1K73. Yarn mm! twst... lts. 1-11773 liJ737fl-5 jas. tm'w.w i,..;,7t,i Total tn poonds.- I2SV-S.H1 Plao ooda rants. 2JU1S1,771 1.- 2.0.' j,710 Hot Hosiery doz. pairs. to, .7 ttMU. luwiflr. Sunn SM Iwn ft lif M ln.1 . , --. . . . - J ' .." . . I countad for partly bv the lower rrtceof cotton I this year, and pa . .y from the prevailing do-1 vpshsioB in IMraue Tue consumption oi raw I cottoB In the United Kingdom dariog theflr-t rate of t i.t7P bales f week a-ralnst jy.TyO bat mil . . ". . lw ' 1 ' "v . for the Lmi. tiio - ast year, showing an In crasw aiSdl to i bal iperannum. 'lb imnorti o all d- criiHWms at Llvertool for the first thirty-rive wceEsof the year aggre gat xH r ' bal irTi"nst2,trwt 5 in lfc7, the lucre: Doing at ot evenly aisirioutsu over thearlotHeounl.i' i of supply; to that while there na i ix in an lncree in wie con. aanotlosi f the whole eonntry for tue thir ty-Bye weeKs of ljr:u bal- , there has beea an leerorse also In the receipts st the main poll of Ifei bars while t Lwdon there has b. in a dec.ej e in the linpoi.iof hi, llml- :(f India;. iT e,,In,r ? I forth sune peri.d at Liverj xS, Hull, aad other ouports, are. o.J oai- taootoiasi year Mid at London theie isadtcrej In the cx Kris aad the takuqpi lor t jusoinpUon of I7CJ . . Balancing thr movements at Ihe tu posts tstere sboald be :JI0 bald It fiLock at LI vorpool and Loudon combined at the beginning oi September than there wrs last yaar; ana i ei tne cwbkq a siicasai tl'O-ie two ! .'i Is estimated at272b9fles more than the) rere a year ago, we Liverpool tock bt-inc r. nor stmwina an Increase of 115,1J balr, nud that of London a decret ae of mjrsLilea. 1 '.is is a I!nt In Ihe Liver pool eouou Mall jes that needs expianatloa. Tbesoppl) of cotton In sight, at the doe of last woe, coupons tuns wsiu a year ago: 1671. 1ST. Block In Ureat Brltalubalcs t fi ) 8tJO) roocs: on i oct'AeiiL... Afloat for Europe Htock la Hotted SteUs. 415: 3 4llltjU 45V01 WJS.J Total visible sapnlr .. l M r'A i 9-r. n 1 The total visible so only of cotf n Is thus abaat74Jt 11 balr ereater than a rear bto Taking tle statistical position of tbe trade as a whole, it varies very little from that 'of thrs datelBiRS; tbe price, however. Is Id per lb lower; a dlflerouee due mainly to the condi tion aod nrus.ects of buslne-s now as com pared with what way appeared then. TMKHHwiwtiororolntqri'Timflrmn ripr I river, bat some articles of importation, nota- bly baeoa aad roesu, were sluggish at a de- riiua. in tre ease or oaoon tue cn&nee if I mmplytbe reetioB which never falls to fob I low extreme prices and meal suffer j from I coiapvUUoa with cheap flour. As a general I thins stocks of merchandise are llgnt, but general trade is mocn depreswd in sympathy with tba decline in ct'oa of the last few aafi, oan Hianj hwcdihiu mra more neter mined titan evorto counoe operations strictly 10 we eaan uasie. Qwetofteiw ore Drreand lets, niess othmcU trttrt Mttil , ass or rs ana it. uucc, ici rr raise. br - oil jwehatrt, rates are jm. K111 1 mi Htnok llaht and market stronger. with etMtos TtWr Inferior Is quoted at 204e, aod median aWTPc. iuui nTt rrs rwpgin uuii. snowing Hht nwveneBt at I4Klse. at in welsht ana orana, wiiu twioe .t ir lb- and ties MWWe for pieced up toTVsibc i..r tMsa rsMtlar nallisna. Beans teapjily llalit, with navy HUftst, and comnsom to choice meOtom K 252 76 per buanei. BsAi.In store 1 10 per hnndrrd. None at 11MRYST. CHsacaa Interior nogiected, but for Ched der there Is a lair demxnd, with Jcbblng Irom Noraceocntuy a umisc. iresBBcniu m AiMaivc. orroH Yaems (utet; No. 401 I7Kc; No. ,l5J4e;W. I34e. iorro t-i.r.i, Kt Cotton seed in demand, nnd Mllson arrival atttf per ton. Ondeto. ion teed (! per leal Ion, f o. tk, 40012c. OH CAixutuaa InfVior still rtorfllnsl, but for toandsUKt Kt fr sh. v hlch ait warce, the market .and we uou tilt iat t, & tier 1 I crate. Coast "oaree, Willi some dealers holding choice white abetted at 1 M. Hiles or ye.'.ov aad mind In store were at il oal ui, iuelad 1 nr inta 10 dealeta. OouiMCAiIMill and lower; offered at 14 J5 attlie close, tboocb there were sales early in tbe day at H 34 ri: in store, (I4M159. r.o Datl atlsc, with lou offert latarjjc lower. Fiyoca-In store. (44 SO for Inferior, to 17 0 gs for coolee family, with a fair movement in Xnomoat at S0191 mm ail Kutn muniitg uj, Pat its. Etc. Apple quiet, with com rnon to faacy II VMfl 'U ki bbl.; .n fertor roaalnaL Pears scaroe. Pcacbs , r boxwMStle. orasges scarce, with Loalstana (11 perf bbl. lmoas per box, 312. Dned Irmt dull, with apnlea nominally 5&c, and poacbci Vfflc per In. Peanuts. red, per it, ti&Uc; wiiite, 1umUc. Uraes per lb. Ctawba. scarce; Isa bella, etc., V".oe; UeUware. HWll&c. UaucBiurn- st'eqnote: Hard refine! white Micars, lztail; soft reoned, yellow and wnitAVte;hogeadsagarsl0gll4c. Mo lasses 83 ayrnps ler galtn baneL'.fioOe, hs In qaallty. CoBee Klo, pr &, inferior to cliolee,3te; Java. 2t38c Tea, as In quail, tv. Swarf 1 Blce,xy5. Salt, per bsirei do laeiUcTtfegJ 10. Soap, German, per rb,,V..;3e. Candlea, 17SAlliKc SnatT. 6 os. bottlts per IToTTsU 751 4 ot, f 11&11 50; tins 1 ot U. Soda. tia73tc- lUmalKr: Firm, with buyers at rotes as annexed: Bides flint, llc: dry salted, 1,3 Me:Eresst saltad. Hfte ; green, 7c; unsound hides, per eeot- loww. I eer skin. dry, 3Mce. abeep skins JMtL Wool, ss In qnal Tty Ut. Tallow, 7Je. Beeswax.air. Hr-4Seare, with aiightly mixed and tim othy ttMH par ton. In store, and Arkansas pnlrieattM on a-uval, the latter reialltng at infotWI per bandrvd. Lt vk BTocK-Cattle la fair supply, ej-cept cboiee, aat Is tilt demand, selling at I asSKe. aroM-far ooHimon to good. earllagS sZrhtlk. t&BlH. Oowaand calves higher, faMSA par haasl. sheep scarce aod aaltlne at fe6per head, as In qaalllf. Hncs little called for but high. Helling at w, iross. Horses and moles horn- "NAtHi-ln store, 58 9801 rat-a. with a stow jnoveaipnt. Okioiss Iowa pleaUfal atS7S((ltperbbU but cbotee oastern ar scarce and 7Sc51 h 5itCoa) oU rwroal .1I1; Unseed, raw, Stllaaaed, batlad.noi; laid, per gab, Jl 1 OATiMBtoek atl in store and light, with Bo lera asklnc 4tc. I jtatobs bt. Louts dull at It 75&S per bbl. for roend and choice Michigan, and New atltce8ameiime X&lrCtoY&tlrlbufel crease In the qoantlty ot gooes exponed, tne isiS S-16c; December, 15 3-16Sl5e; sales for vslae is less than 1s t year, the amount of ttieruturo delivery, 15X00 bales; ntt receipts, MrUng valued at ifSJCSiforthsyeir a bales; grosi reeelots T 5 baits; exports to ai-tn- 10U3 vrarynctJ .r i "7a-i oil York quiet at S3 '933 401a store. .Sweet per DDI JZUOi. r - - Poultky Chicken scarce, with sales nt iZ&i&t per doxen. IJacKs'noinltisllyFlSut.l, and geese IS per dozen, with few ot cither in market. Hmii I turkeys, nominally 179. Powdeti aks Shot Powder per keg, 17 SS; hslveft-0 S3; quarters, S3 10. Snot, drop, per sack, $2 25; buck, tz 50. Lead per lb., 869c provisions lower, witn me move ment slack. -We quote: Canvased ham, good to choice, liglic: breakfast bacon, can- vasea, l.c: tagar-curea suouiaers, can. vasraj2ftl2:cJer tldcs4lQ16e;clearrlb I sides. ltfWil-iWc: shoulders. llttilKc Mess P.ork, per oarrel, iX 50MS Lard, rrflned.ln uerces.isjigisc; in kegs andprtlis, lB.sgiic; - lin rases, scarce. Rva -eed rye In fair request and supplied soc. Cloves, Sc. Allspice, 20c Cinnamon whole. 40c around. 60c Nutinecs. ft 35. Gin ger whole, 20a; ground, 23c Mustard pure Vxsraa AU Gog& to choice. 17A2$e. and com- taon.'ltc per saltan. Whisky Proof, per gallon, ti In age and quality, H S5Q7. I plied at il 50gl 70 per bushel, wholesale and Ion orders. v, heat r-ea wneat in Gemana. uia sup- PARIS, September 2S.-lleutes,.Bf. SBC NEWORLEAN-t.Heptembera aold.UWii LOKDOf. hVptembern-lUte for money at ehangeon governmrat wen- nue!i - per cetii. roe ainouns oi ouuton ,,0nTlntothe bank of Knelandon iMlan ttv coupons, 5-auof I tf.Jh-.rt.e- H: Erta preferred. MV iui. oememotr; j. ireasury uis bnrsements, 03,000. Customs receipts, 5421,000. Money, 2J4 per cent. l'rlme dls- count s, per cenU btcrllns quiet at tSSt for sixty davs, and t56ts64 for sight. Gold, 10331UJ. CarrylnR rates, lnz per cent. Loans Oat. llearlnsrs. 9U1UUU1. uovemmenis uonas auiei: - 1 co: "x;. "o- is, iiojs; new iw. lli; loos, IUi; currency 6s, ll.J. Mate DCVUllUtn 4UICS AUU UU1UIU1 LC)I A cu lS7Di"lrV".tlJP Sf rJ ISraV?A.-"!- S. . ,Tna"": KoXaSC the day. the closing price i In msny Instance , 1 Deiatr tnenisnrt since tue belnir tbehlghrt since the preseut upward movement besan, the advance for the day ranirlni? from lt to H. percent. Kalei of the day were overiiSjOO) sharrs,or which 13, were wraern umon,nAjut-acinc iaii, aj.L j rie,r.0JU l.ko nore, 7juuu union i-acinc, llJC) Hock Island, 1300 HU Fanl. llf n wapasn. iaxtu unios. ana ,lj u. u. anu 1. 1'. I X"Vrr.',.' Canton, 53: Western Union Telegraph, 7t; 1 tfy vwells i : Aaams express oompa- ; cargo's expreas corupany. TV; American- express company, 61; United mates express company, m; t-acina juan, New York Central, 101 Ji; Erie, S7; Erie preferred, 61; Harlem, lis: Harlem pre ferred, lis; Mientgan central, ,4; ntisourg and fort Wayne, KT?;; Northwestern, H; 1 Northwest m Jf?C nTr.fSiVS?.1' wfajhW?' 5.1 SalflSiiSS WS;' Ter?e preierreu, ; : cock jukiiu, llaute. 7: Terre Haute preferred. 2U: Chi caso and Alton. W: Chicago and Alton nre- ferred, 1U0; Ohio and Mississippi, itfjj; Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, b; Burlington and iulucy,102; Lake Shore, 7! ; Chicago, uotumDus ana inaiana central, ; UZ37 Idlnois Central,t; Union Jfaclflc, 3UJ; Cen eSl tral l'aclfle bonds, 91fc Union Pacific bonds, t9i: Hartford and Erie, 1; .Delaware and 873 Lackawana, 108a. COTTON MARKETS. BYTELEOEArH. ST. LOUIS, September 2J. Cotton quiet and encfaanged. CINCINNATI, September 2i Cotton easier; middling, UJic LOUISVILLE, September 23.-Cotton quiet; middling, 15c LIVEKI"OOU September 2J. 1230 P.m-Cot- ton quiet aad unchanged; sales ltiOIl bales; export and speculation, 2000 bales; middling nrtlnnrfc r'aW' mlriifilni, Orlnana KlStl "t 2:Mn.m. Sales of AmBrlc&n cotton to i to-day, SX bales. bales; stocK, 22JS bal. Market active and nrmer; middling, Itc. S pjn. Gotton demand moderate and act- ivA: Afil-s:.n 1 hftb v nrlnrv stpiuilttr. nnrt Inv I mlrtrillrtir- f .lrr- mnd nnilnsrv tn strict goid ordinary, 13'jC(813le; low middling to strict low middling, lialtc; middling to strict middling. 114j15c; good middling, 15X315ke; receipts. Ilia bales; ex- ponl( doqb; BIOCK, iitl O ales; unsold last i evening, 13,409 bales. NEW YORK. September 23. 10:11 n.m. Knturos oulet and steady: January. Io4o: September, 1531-lGc: October, 15 3-1 Cc; Novem- oer, iayaa a-ic; xiecemDer, is a-n&nxc. IOCS a.ru. Cotton nominally nnchanced: sales la U evening Include at lea -t TT S bales for spinning. 12) pjn Cotton anlet and unchaceeJ rales lor exporislan evenlne. 50 bales: salrs lo rluueu to-dav. iibalri: isst evening. 121 oaies: sales to speculators last evening, ii paies. 12:10 p.mFutures anlet and steady: Janu ary, locals 7-lGc: September. 15 l3-lC151bc; December, u-,sl5&-l(c; sales for fatnre ui liverr. 12 0 bales. 2d0n.ro. Cotton anlet and nominally un . . . 1. U.n.. rn). n ....... ners. 1C13 bales; salts to speculators, 3 blr . ISfip.in. Futures steady: January. 15-2 to, -ioc; reornary, ioni9.c: iuaren. 1.1 IVliualfc.! Anrll. Ill .CllWilli'l.'.. Miv I l3l6il-iec: June, 16Hane; September, m r. ....... 1:1 ir.. 1 iw tf., .im in: i waM(,diw. .uvciuwi. ureal. 1st; Lam, . u oaie?; saie -iiJ uaies stoct, IS.IM balti; market quiet; middling, ismc. ....t rn. , n tt i tw? states ports: Kecelp's 29S bales; exports to ureat tsntain. oaies; exports to continent, 200 bales; stock, U9,i50 bale.. DRY GOODS MARKET. BY TEUaSJLPlI. NEW YORK. September 21. There was brisk jobbing movement to-day, and great activity in prints in nroaen lots, xne com. minion houses were anlet. Wsshlngton fan ct and slde-bsnd prints were reduced to ten cents, and ltlchinond fancies and slde.bands to nine cents. Cotton goods were quiet In first day, and large lines of dress goods silks etc, were Bold. PRODUCE MARKETS. uttklxoeaph. CHICAGO. Penlember 23-Flour steadr. witn a moderate demand, wneat active and advaaced: No. 2 Bpnng. SluOKspot: No. spring,? OJ.ftDHic Corn active ana unsettled: prices ashdelower: No.2.5Hiccssh: white, 64c Pork quiet and nnchangeo. No sales of duik meat. wuisity steady, witn a moder ate aemanu. ST. LOUIS. September 21 Flour active and higher lor low grades; superfine winter, ft 5) 375; extra. 1104 f Y, double extra, SI595. Wheat flat: laree olfexlnes unsold: lower to sell; small sales of No. 3 red at il Ci; No. 2 red. winter, 1 1 lit. ixrn nrmer; ro.z mixeu.s3c, OAtsncUve and advanced: No. 2. htiOaMa, Whisky hlEherattluX. Pork lower at Sri 50 cash, nacon steadier: ontv small lobblniror. der trjde. Lard steady at Ilc cixtuifiiArt. aepiemoer rioar uun and unchanged. Wheatdnlland unthanjed. uom nrin ana m jair aemana, says, c uaisin good demand at full prices S)57e. untier scarce ana nigucx; western re serve. xlA3fe: choice entral Ohio. 3HKL2a: I medium, Cheese firm and In fair demand, 14C uulE meats un settled, nominal rr 9if. IK. 11K. 1CJ.15 nnd IJS,00? ,al,1 .'K'l'"1, M13iJ and io.(i$ive. wmsayexci .s". LOUIBVILLE, September 21 Flour quiet and nncbansed. WbeAt and corn aulet and unchanged : No. 2 mixed q.S5c Oata quiet I and nnchangc d, &&3G0C Mcis pork nominal, I Ilaoon lrreeular, dull and declining; soma Mots are being forced on the market at lOKft 1 ,ai , r. CI, ' ,c..,ei II . lltttlSc; plain, UUIlc Bulk meat dull and uecnning, sumo ioi oviuv lurceu ua vue mKr- aet at vy vyi. 11;,, 11; ii.',, iaic. utra, iexc Whlskv firmer. sl Ui. lutginng two-pound nentuccy nemp, ldc, NEW OULEAN8.Septmber:i-Flonrdall: treble extia. :SC0f36T: choice. Jti 757 60. Oru qulet;whlte mixed, 93c; wUlUi.SI., Oats soernlallve demand, held at 69c. Bran quiet II 15. nay dnu; prime, its; choice, i.1 50. ,je nominal at lec Bacon dnll and nominal itllailK, HV4Q17C Hams dull at HH15c. iaru quiet; uerce, 10100; aee, .114104. Swcarsrarca and firm: iully fair. .0c Mo, loias- ms-do market. Whlskv scarce and firmer: Louisiana, Clb6; western, 8 1 CVSl IL Coffee fair to prime. 17A10c. Cornmeal firmer at SI 25(34 10. PHILADELPHIA. September rt Butter firm: western, sroe: western fair to good. ta-jc: common Z2C. Cbrese firm: western Drime. UWHWc: half skins. llKllla. Wheat choice wautrd ; other grade 1 dull : red, f 1 1 72: amber. Jl 2M1 -.7: wnlle. il r. Bye steauyat i ux, t.3rd is ueia nrmiy; mixea wi stern. nasi ik. uais vteaav: wuite.biuiKie: mlx"d.i3e. Provisions quletrrnesi pork.- 24 peer Dimi,;iKUjc: Binoaca uams '5Q ; smoked sides HIS4C shoulders, ,0Sllc; hams In pickle. Ha like; salted sbfiuidsis ;iB10ic Lard western held at llstl33ic Petroleum steady; refined, llje; crcue, sSHc, In barrels: 4ift:o In bulk. Wblsky ueldatfl V. NEWYOIlK.8entember2X. Floor re relnts. ll I' St Pi.n. I." In mnrisratn Annss annaAna I western and State, II 4CVt3: common to good lexUa Western and State, 15: good to I choice Western and btsle, R soai 85; white wneat western extra, 15 kqs, 4u; extra Ohio, fj 18ti til Bt. Louis S S5s9, closing quiet. l 30&b 1. Cornmeal firm; extra, ft 25fll 76. V heat receipts 215,723 bushels; heavy? and I$2c lower on spring; more active and de cidedly firmer for winter, 31 OS; No. 3 spring, tl 10(3,1 12; No. 2 aiicago. U 12: No.2 north' western, spring .11 12l ll ; pew No. t Mllwau kee.ehletfy tl 1331IS; old Milwaukee, tl ID; old No. 2 Minnesota, tl 8l 25; ungraded Iowaacd Minnesota spring, 11 2131 21: No. 1 spring, 11 19S1 24; new winter red western, tl 2lsl 21; new amber western, H 23; Indiana, tl S3; new white Indians tl ral 49. ltye qnletst535c Barley firm, with fair Inquiry at Slo. JUsney malt quiet and steady, com receipts 121100 bushels; opened heavy and aljout lo lower, but cloned lather more steady with little better Inqnlry; wejtem mixed, 17 a 8sc, ehletly P7o; at the clo-lng, buyers 97c, y c r w"t""Ki, witn lair aemana at jeuim is, uiuvi m More, vagtiy.c: while western, 11 05. Oats-recelpts, S1375 bushels; shsde firmer and fairly active; mixed western, Ctasic; white western, 61gt3c Hay steady; shipping, 60(05. Hops nn changed. OntTee active and firm; Klo, 15VQ lXc. gold. Sugar quiet, scarcely so firm; re fining, ttSMie. Molasses quiet and un changed. Klce qolet and witbont decided change. Petroleum dull and easier: crude, Sc: refined, lie. Benin firm; strained 12 309 2X3. Turpentine dull: spirits, 6e. Eggs firm; western, zifj2c. Pork unchanged; receipts 1099 barrels. Beef quiet. Cut meats in fair deiaaad; city pickled shoulders bulk, ic; middles dull and unchanged. Lard firmer; prime steam, llc. Batter firm ; westenr,25$ 35c. Cheese firm, common to prime, llMy I2c. Whisky lewer.tl 07X81 OS. lludd Doblea Oaadltlosi rowclera. Tux nost ExrssmcxD Hosgxxue usx it FOR BALE EVEBYWHEUE. 3IANIIOOD SENTOUEU. A vletlm nt youlblul Imprudence, eauslne premature de cay, nervous aeuuity, etc- uavin: tried In vain every known remedy, has foundaslmmr self-cure, which he will send free to his fellow- sucerers. Auuresa j, tu itraiViiSJ7SNSMau treet, New York. llkt W aa aV Ha4UaJlJhhU UMrffatCH jejhVMua tHMlUC wtuuua.iiHJuuiiau '1 1 nneeuDsNiawiw' .MiebbnylkUtmTruTa tBe'jrVQttfHLLO r RIVER intelligence! Boats Leaving 1 hta liar, St. lioals...,, . Citt or Cbestto..,,. J p m rsapoKMjn a., j. white. a pm: Arrlinla. Belle of Shreveport .... New Orleans . Cincinnati Frtars Point f Louts r Below ainry inner- Kt Kntttrtf LH.U Yeager xenusseyHMM nepnrled. lieiieoi nnrevepon- PL Louis Mary rtoyq Whi stiver -Kilarsl'olnt 11. C i eager.. New Orleans I -Below I FortUlbson.. Vrkansas river I In Port. MaryMiUer, A. J. White. Wenltier. Itivera and Baslueaa. Yesterday was warm and cloudy. After night we were visited with two very heavy and rt-fresh- iuz showers, which weiu badl need ed and duly appreciated. T.ie nver at tills point declined two inches, and now sunda three feet two Inches above extremo low water mark. The Ohio rose four Inches at TOtlKlinnF. Mil n dcllnlnz at all other nolnts. HTbe Mlseds-lDni rose three Inches at Dubuoue, eieveuincnesate!. iouis.aau two iiicuei, av Cairo. Tho Cumberland Is declining. Arkan sas, Ejt. Fiands and White remain nuchaugud. Ked nver roe mue inches at cuireveport. lluslnem couunues to improve. Ntace of 111 sera. OrriCE On., Bio. Smt. V. H. An September 23, 1571. Alcove low water. Chances. Klse. t Kali. KeeU lln's. 1-Xlln. iKt.In 2 2 11 4 . 4 2 ' " s ZZ T 8U Lonls llttebnrz. .. Claclnnatl Loulsvllls Meraphla Shreveport, aasnvme. New Orleans''. LllUe Itock Below high water of ItCl. (OCislaL 8. W. UUODE. Observer, Movement of Boats. Tbe Belle of Shreveport, from Now Orleans, towing a bargt, less than seven days out, put on" hero 1A9 sacks salt. 159 bundles ties, and 235 bar rels cement; had for tit. Louis 3X8 sacks sals 477 packages sugar, 49z barrels rosin, and 430 packages sundries. The Mary Miller, from Cincinnati, arrived before day with 10) tons miscellaneous freight. Tbe St. Francis from the lower coast, canto In at noon witn id! oaies cotton. iue 21 u. x eager took on 203 barrels potatoes snd cement, and cleared for New Orleans with a moderate trip. The snaaboal DeBnssey came nn la tne aiiernoon lor supplies anu return eu to worir peiow. 'ino r ort uitroa came ou tue wavs at noon, received until a late hour, and left tor Arkansas river with a cood trio. The Mary Boyd, for White river, and the St. Fran cis lor Frlara Point, went out near sundown with fair trlDS. The Frank Korrett la off the docks and will be here In time to leavo for usceoia next atonaay, in place 01 tne west Wind, which will to to Cairo and undergo docking, etc The Tom Jasper was overdue irom ociow last mguu Boatx 10 Leave The Anchor-line packet City of Ches ter, in command. 02 lapiam z.eigicr, leaves this aiiernoon at nve o cio:k ror Cairo and oil way landings. Mr. Quesnclhss charge of the omce. The A. J. W hite. Captain Geonre Malone. backs out at five o'clock this afternoon for Napoleon and all waypolnts. A. L. Cummins Is her clover purser. The White, while In re tirement, has been repaint d and otherwise .mproveu. cuppings. An inteliiirent correspondent of the juervuie j-umrer maaes tue loiiowtng sugges tions through tbe columns of that paper: "In view or the all-Important oueitlou ol closing the Bonnet Carre crevjeue, the dredg ing 01 mejUBUiuui tue .uitbM&sippi river,anu the making of a canal at Fort it. Philip, I would bee leave to express my private opin ion en that subject. Having In view the wel fare 01 tne state 01 my nativity, me pros perity 01 tne great city 01 .ew orieans anu 1 the preservation of the lower Lonr-lana cot st I fiom Inundation, r would piocose that tbe cre- veux at Bonnet Carre should remain open and eniargea, so tnat 1110 xi ver wouia in tue course of a lew years take Its course lo the sea en tirely by tbo lake and Itigolets; and In so do ing would entirely close Itself below the ere nuts and by the assistance of the Ingenuity 01 Tnan, wouiu run uy tne ciiy on tbe lake. Thin tbe passes couid be dredged to any depth required, and they wouiu lor ail time remain so, a) there would be no more sediment to deposit on the bars. Then, with a dead water-harbor of one hundred and thirty miles long, with elevator at tne neau ot tne naroor tor unload ing and loading grain from barges or by con struction ol lock and canal to commun'cate with the river or lase. what a erand and nip"- ntneent nareor, witn no more aanger 01 over flow, except on the lake, would New Orleans be, and tu time will be."...Tne St. Lonls JftpuMtc.n of the twenty-second savs "Business ii dnll. That word 'dull' has often appeared In connection with tbe state of affairs on the levee. but It covers the case, and we use It for Its ve fif Qlldatlon racity aud simplicity. Ytsterday first dav la 7t that the coasolidated no advertising card rs to departure of but to day, it wUl bo seen, tne consolidation nave two ooats in ror mis wees, uatti re main firm at foity-five cent- and twenty-two anaone naii cents ana win suck to inese nc- nres they being at the bottom until there is a I more decided change in the water POSTPONEMBNT. SECOND AXTD XAST GRAND GIFT CONCEltT IN AID OF THK MASONIC BELIEF ASSOCIATION 0P NORFOLK. IAT POSTTIVBLY FIXED. THURSDAY, IJUIi KOTE1IREU. LAST CH&HCE. THUS enterprise Is condncted by the MA- 1 MONIC KKLIfF ASSOCIATION. OP NOItKOLK,"VA under antltorlty of the Vir ginia Legislature (act passed March , 1S7J.) 850,000 'IICKETS-COOO CASH U1F1S 2S050002 TO BE GIVL.V A WAT I One Urand Cash Uift o. , sstww One Urand CashfJtrt of One Urand cash OKI ot- Z5.1M. 2U,tW l'J.t)i One Uraad Cash Olfl of One Uiand, Cdsh Uln of. One Urand Qash Hlft or One Urahd Cash Gift of. 2 (AH 15,tM) 11,00(1 10,750 15 Cash Olfia of flUO each 28 cash uuts or an eacti 3 Cash uuts or 7 Cash tilfls nf 250 Cash (lifts of 578 Cash Ulfts ot 250 each 150 each 1150 1(0 each. S 50 eacn., 5u00 Cash Ullts of 10 each.. KJOO CAHU PltlZKS, aggregating .5250X10 PllICE OF TICKETS: Whole Ticketsfl0.il) I Onaiter nrtets.M.rfl Half Tllketa StLleven TlckctsSI00.00 WO INDIVIDTJAIi BENEFITS. This Concert Is strlctlv for MASONIC pur poses and will be conducted with the same iioeraiiiy, nonesty ana xairness which char acterlsed tbe first enterprise JOHN L. ROPER. President. For Tickets and Circulars, civinir full in. InrmaHftn '.iIiImi. UlfVUV V- M , ,'1 1 1 1- necreiary, nonots, Virginia. RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED. CJr JOE LOCKE will elve fnll nart'nil.ire. -ou jaiu su, rouin i, up-stairs. EWELRY MONDS 275 Main St. With a laixo and Tarictl stock and Increased faeillttrt, ito are prepared Tor tbo Trade Scasen. PIKE ANI1 MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OIUco-5 1-2 JLADISON ST., MEMPHIS, i i t TEND ESSE PoUcIes Issued npen Klre. Marlae and inland .u-m m ciuuiuie rates. J. W. JEFFERSON, President. T. li. DILLARI), Yico-Pres't. . W. L. CROOK, Secretary. . DII1EOTOII.H I X WlOJiFFEltSON, of J. W. Jefferson 4 On T. H. 1JILLA HU, Cotton Factor. J. N. OLIVER, of Oliver, KInnle & Co JONATHAN HICE,of lllce.StlxACo WM. HI M PHON, ofi'ettll & etmpsonl J. It OOU WIN, Cotton Factor. U. V. BAMRAUT. ol E. M. A pperson & Co. NOTICE. "VTO bills will be paid for steamers Illinois. .IN A.J. White and Oeo. W. t heck, unletu accompanlod by a written order from the Captain of tbe boat or myself. OEO. w. CHEEK, Hnperintendent. fritiAflaMOClaU LWATGHES HARDWARE, 234 Front St. AGENTS Toil EA&LE. liEEM & CARVER C0TT0N-8INS Heatings HAVoiit.uTi HIUa, B. C43TTOM SSS AND 362 FROT A. I. 1IAUKIS. HARBIS, MALItOBY & CO., -tVIIOI.SEAI, IERS MB COTTON FACTI Jao. 251: 3Pront Street, Memphis. 1MIE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF ONE OF TIIKFIltM filVEN TO THE aALE AND I band ling of Cotton, and lllwral CaMi Arivanpasroade on consignments of same. HILL TEEEY 4 MITCHELL -WHOLESALE HAVE NOW RECEIVED THEIR FALL STOCK AND2AKE KEABY FOR THE TRADE, AT 233 MAI1 STREET. MEMPHIS. t. ansnwoox). Ml, 2323y2t.Xa3II3E2.f3 I3S3 Wood & Willow Ware Cordage a,23.3L 328 and 330 Wholesale Department, 82S Main St. Mom jploiijEi, - - 3Wo are now prepared for the Fall Trade line, uj wtiicu tue suenuus oi Cochran, Ci COTTON 32 OTF.EET, M3Z"3MWI&. "WILL BE DAILY xauraAciXG the Sf STYLES AS WJ: ARE DETERMINED HOT TO BE UNDERSOLD BY ASY lnvlleyour Inspection of stoci and prices Hlack and Fancy Eilks ladies' Fnraisiiiiig Goods TJIaXa XsXXCOEl OJ5 PLANTATION 6001)8, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING JIB CE11TAIN 312 MAIN ST.. TAYLOR.. JOY & Nr. r. pettit. COTTON LND GOIIISSION MERCHANTS, KTo. 1 Howard's Row. Ml Particular attentioa ciyen to TTelghlns a. W. JONES & CO., WHOLESALE MD DEALERS IN PAINTS, OILS AND COLORS, JSo. 257 CT AM STSEET. eSTSPECIAI. INDCTCEHENTS OFFERED TO CASH PURCHASERS.- SO. 297 MAIN SHEET- WBElEIlip 1E1NDIES; Foreign and Haiiire Wines, MSNGijamM. MS SCOTCH A1E8 HAVANA From the "El Principe de and 299 Main tlt Mose, I3l4. fOXTAIBE. JJSUOMK UILL. FACTOMI STREET, MEMPfflS. W. J!.t HALLO KT. DEALERS IH O. 3. 1FTT WB TOM k CO.. "TTItq GrOoOs, Main Street. Retail Department, 330 Haiti St. - Tonnossoo. with a large and complete Uockqf goods ln.our merciiunts is respectiuiiy inviieu. rode & Co, FACTORS . RECEIVING THEIR Ai Ifil HOUSE II THE CITY beforo buylnR, and especially to our AND CALL AT CO. "otT-ivr. sioxxsoir. FACTORS : : Memphis, Tenn. Colt on. Hare Oar 0 im Tfartllonse. BHUGG-ISTS flutes" Factory at Key Wes rto Btart'lt MalnLinejuraoitinaii GOMMISSIOm'S SALES OF Ifo. 6I, R.-Pecoaa Chnceery Cor.rt of Shelby Couety.-Br P. ABderwm, Commissioner, eti,T-t.Thelinknown Heirs of II. C.Clark. PURSUANT to final decree for rale, entered In the above entitled cause ou (lie 1OU1 any or July, 15-1, Minute Boole 5, page its, 1 wltlseU. at nubile auction, to thanlzhest bid. der, for ciub, at tlie conrlhoase doer lit Shelby county, uu SatnrJaj, October 10th, 1871, within legtu hours the following described property, orso much thereof as shall besufii elentlaulecharge the taxeg adjudged against Said property,- and all costs as shown by said decre , 10-wlt: A lot on the north aide- of Mad'soti street, btgtnnlDg W feet east of tbe southeast corner of W. R. chandler's lot; thence east a 1th said ttreet 0) feet; thence north Bi ioles 1 thesre west and parallel with said street CO feet ; thence south 9K poles to the beginning, being pertot county lot ISO, in the envoi ile.ppliw. ThlsHtUeptembcr,ls74. -: B. P ANDEKsiON, Commlealoncrof Revenue, tihelby County. sclO thu Tnvitee Sale. OY VIRTUE OF TITE TEKMrf OF A DEED 1 J of Trust, executed to the nnders!rned. Trustee, 011 tbB 1511 day of .September. A. D. ie.4. ov it. 1.. ii.mmDCK. anu or record in the Ite2lsler's offlce of bhelby county. Ten nessee, in utajjoosKi, page ixa, a wm, on 'inesday, October 20, A.D,, 1S71, at the soathwest comer of Madison aad Second streets In the city ot Memphis county of Hhelby, State of Tennessee, at 10 O'clock njn,, proceed to sell to thu highest bidder, for cash, the, property described In said deed of trust, and tbe Cecd therein re- 1U.1H1 iU, ' lll-V, I,. UJ IUK UIU1 ueiug 111. HU1U city of Memphis conotr and mate afore said, and mare particularly described as lot loryHWQ (ui anu too west nan 01 tot torty three3lo!idcscrlbed.DPon 11. . Hill's oian of (nb.dtvlsionof lot No five bundled and eleven (511), aa known In the mapof the city of Memnhls aforesaid, as surveved on lha 151b day of February, A. 1). 1S53, by William urane. engineer, wnicasaia two lot are more fbllv described in a deed mado bvB. B. usd- dell,on the 15th. day of March, A.U. U55. lo J.C. Urlffin. and recorded In the Be&lster's office of said county and Htate, in book 20, page 7J anil 7!, and ta which rcrcrcaca Is now nwle. Title oellevcd to be good, but I sell and convey a? Trustee1 only. Oath and bond of Trustee, and equity of redemption waived. , u. 1 rici r .ttntn, irnsiee. u. F. F.Thompson, Attorney for Trustee. GOVERNMENT SALE! ' At PuWic Auction, fitONDATOOrOBER 4, 74 AT LITTLE E0CK, ARK., i fr the old Arsenal Grounds, a large amount or CondemutU tiovernuient fron- eriy will bo sold, coaslstluc In part of IM Feu li&is, liitj f orage unps, iiit inuorm t,rats, 177 Blouses, lined; 31 Ureat Coats, mounted; llJackets,cavalry;I31ospltalTcnt andthreo Flits, 4 wall Tents and Ave tilts, 3 common Tenti, Axes, Hatchets, bhove jt. Camp Kettles, nras scales, etc ; aiso, tvu Aruij niujuu-, Cooklng-raases, Heating stoves. Stovepipe and miscellaneous Stove'. Tbe clothlDglsof Uio old uniform, do longer issued to troops, and la to be sold on account of 1U being of ill-: oia patiern. Ba:e to commence at 10 o'clock am- and continue from day to day until all the prop erty is uisposeu oi. Terms u. B. currency on day of sale. T. W. MOKUISON, bit Lieut. lGth Infantry, Act's AM't Qr.Mr. BESESHB INSS, GRUNDY C0DNTY, TEMN. mills -well known waterinc blace will te J. opened for the reception of suests for the season oi 1971, on ine urss aaj 01 jane, and will be kept open until the first day of October. KATES OF BOARD For the months ol Jane aad September, H0 ter month; for the months or July and August, 50 per month; by the day, 52 SO; by the week, IIS. Uccrsheba bclns located, upon one of tbe highest points or tbe Cumberland Mountains, at an altitude of eighteen hundred feet above tho city of Nashville, Is regarded by physi cians as absolutely free from all malaria and epidemical diseases. The place was certainly never mare healthy than daring the summer of 1S7S, notwithstanding tbe large dally arri vals from Nashville and Memphis, where the cholera prevailed so aiarnungiy. Visitors can buy through tickets cither by way of Tracy City or McMinavllle. Close connection and quick time made on both routes. Ice for the season on baud. Arrangements will b$ juade foi through tickets irom Memphis .and ot'ic southern cities, at the lowest rates. Our address will be NnsnvWe until first oi June, attar that time, BeerMieba springs. Ur.T.J.HAltUlNU.of Nashville, iteslden Physician. H. M.SCOTT A CO.. Fnjp'rs. MRS. CDTHREBT'S BOARDING km MY SCHOOL, FOR YOUHG X.ADIES. riiHE " Nineteenth Session " of this Instlta- X tlon will open Monday, Sept. 11, 1S71. Iter erences given In all the western and South. western states. For catalogues aaarcs MltS. tUUtSlA CUTUiiKrtT, UlS and 1111 Chestnut street, HU Louis, Executor's Notice. rriAVINU n nail Bed as czecntors of thewll I I of James ILHora. deceased, this IS to no tify! all persons bavins claims against said estate to present them to u?, duly probated a; required ny taw, or mey wui uc oarreu ; anu all persons Indebted are requested to come forward and make payment of the same r u Ar iv ariuwurin. NATHAN STKWAItr, Executors, eta. September S,li7l. selO KXECDTRIX SOTIL'll Havlrnr taken oat letters testamentary npon the estate of James 21, naringion, ucccasec, au persons having claims sgalnst said estate are hereby not tiled tn nresent same nroDerlr probated to my iiuorneys, Clapp A Mens. IS Union street, within tbe time prescribed by law; and those Indebted ore requested to make payment. Meeting: of Stockholder of tbo Hem- pais ana tairitsiou v. n, co. rrVUE annual meeting of Stockholders In the JL Memphis and Charleston. Railroad Com- panywuiueueiainAienilim.iuil iinianuaj, tlie7tn day ol October. 1X7 i. On the strue day, an election for Nine Directors, to serve for twelve months, and until their successors are elected and qualified, will be held In Mem- nis. rennH ana in -uuutsvwe. auu oioca.- olders will benasd free, on exhlblUcg their certificates oLstock to the conductors, tor one day before end one day after date of said meeting. No person will be pasted on a proxy juu.i v, iwxxiE.ih. rreiueiii. Nou-Residenv Notice. No.j"1175 In the First Chancery Court ot aueiuy cvunix ivuutwo. Augvuua cum- ley and husband, F, M. Stanley, vs. Charles M; Mnrphy. It, annearine from nffldavit in this canve that the defendant, Charles M. Murphy, Is a citizen or Kentucky and e non-resident of the State of Tennessee: lb Is therefore ordered, That ho make his appearance herein, aV the courthouse. In the city of Memphis, Teun on or before tho first MondBvlnHgotmber.l71. and nlead. nnswel or demur to complainant's bill, or tne same wilt ne taxen lor oomosseu aa to nim anu so forbearlnff exnarte. and that acODVof this order be published once a week, for foursne Cessive weens, la too at em puis Appeal. xnia Zfm nay 01 j uiy, 1914. A copy Attest: EDMUND A. COLK, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, Deputy C. and M. HnmeA A PneUin.sol.for coranl'nt. ty30 thn Non-Resident Notice. In the First Circuit Coanof Shelby coanty. Tennessee came J. uoceti vs. itanuoipn at MpffetU It nnnearlnefrom the bill which Is sworn to In this cause that tbe derendaat, Randolph A. Moffettjlsa non-resident of the State ot Ten- Ii is therefore ordered by the Conrt, That he make his appearance herein, at the court house, of the First Circuit Court of Shelby county. In the city or Memphis, Tenn., ou or before the third Monday In teptemberJ87tind nlead. answer or demur. to complainant's bill. or the same will be taken ror confessed as 10 him and set for hearing exparte;and that a oopy of thia order be published once a week, for four saccosfivo weeks, tn the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest: n. r (.uui.n.A.' , vicm. By F. W. Koyster, J r.. Deputy Clerk. it. Searcy for complainant. anU thn EDSEWOETH SCHOOL, Sl Mount Vernon Place, - KALTIifOltE, JIAKTLAHD. mil E Twelfth Annual Session of this English J. and French Boarding aad Day School for Vonwr Ladlearwlll reopen on THURSDAY, 17lh of September. For circulars address aotseod Mrs. U. P. LEFEU VKE, lTlccipal. ST. MAEI'S COLLEGE (CLASSICAL AND .COMMERCIAL) 3IAIIIOX COUNTY, KESTDCKY St. Mary's Station, Knoxvllle Branch of Louisville and Nashvlllo It. It. Classes Resumed on 1st ot September. TERMS: Board and tuition per annum. -taxi .Bedding, washing and mending. physician's lee. Pavments to be made half yearly. In ad vance. For particulars apply to KEV. DAVID FEN N ESS Y, C. IL. aaszeoa jrresiuent. OUTHERN 0!LW0RKS MEMPHIS, TSNN , PAYS THE Highest Market Trice, in Cash, FOB Good Sound Cotton Seed. WM. II. CLAUK, tho Agent of the Com pany, will visit and confer with planters In relation to their seed for the present season. JOHN U. CHIDESTEK, sell (lencral Manager. CHANCERY SALE OF- On Saturday, October 3, 1874, No. 1000. In the Becond Chancery Conrt of Shelby county, Tennessee. Oeo. M. Harris, next Irlend, etc, vs. J. M. Harrison ct aL BY virtue of an order of sale made In tbe above cause, on the llth of July, 1X71, 1 will sell at public auction, to tho highest bidder, tn front of the Kecond Chancery Clerk's office. Hecnnd street, cltv nf Mpmnhfw. Tennessee, on October 3d, lSVi, within lecal hoars, the foIlowInT d&wrlbmi real estate, to-wlt: A tract of land lying In theconntyof Shelby and State or Tennessee, described as follows: to-wlt: Beginning at a stake and three white oak pointers in a wext lionndary line of a thirty-one bundled and ninety acre survey In the name of Wm. llrown, Beth Whcatly's southeast corner of his WJ acre survey; ihet ee east with said Krown's north boundary line 23H poles to a stake with sweetgum and sassa fras pointers: thence north l&l notes to a stake on John D. Martin's west boundary line: thence west 2ft poiex to a widow oak. Setlt Wbeatly's northeast corner: thence south 11 poles lo tbe beglnnlag, containing by estlma- j uuuiiiiKim. Tkbxb of Sazjc On a credit of one and two years, purchaser execullnc notes with approved security, bearing six per cent. Inter est. Ilea retained, equity redemption barred. l ui, aepiemoer 4, u. i. M.D.L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Uco. .'.rALLiEY, Dep. Clerk and Master. Luke W Flulay sol.forcomnlalnants. Wilson Beard sols, for defendants. Fefl CHANCSEY SALE OF Valuable ISeal Eis4al OX S1TDKD AY, OCTOBER 3, 1874. No.S77, K.D. In the Second Chancery Court ui siuiuy cuuuty, xeunesfcctj a.s.ttemDert vs. Henry Kembert et at. BY virtue of a decree of sale made In this cause, by the second Chancety Court, I will sell to tbe highest bidder, in front nl the Second Chancery Courtroom, city of Mem yui, vuueaaev, uu Saturday, OctoScr 3, 1S71, within legal hoar, the following described rem fliiaie, uwitl A certain tract of land situate, lvimr and belnz in tbe countvoi Shelbv and KtutA nf 1 ennessee, containmg aoout one nnnure 1 and fifteen acres, being the southwest corner of said S. S. Kembert 3 original traat of sixteen hundred and s xty acres on Ble Creek, In the third civil district, inherited by him from his father, Andrew Kembert: Beginning at tbe southwest corner of said original tract, which Is the nerthwe t corner of I nomas Kawllngs' tract, and In the west line ot the Douglass tract; thence esst with said llawtlngs tract to tue comer ot jouu eera oao nanared aad fifty acre tract lately sold to him by said Kem bert ; thence north with said steel's west Una seventy-three chains and twenty-six links to tbe nortb line of the one hundred and arty sere tract lately sold bysaldRemberttoHngh lioe; thence west with said Kose's sonth line to tne west une 01 satu s. . rtemoen s original tract; thence south with sold line seventy three chains and twenty-six links to the be ginning. Terms of Bale On a credit of six and twelve months, purchaser executing note with ap proved searlty ; Hen retained. Equity of re demption barred. This September 11, 1871. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. Mallery, D. C and M. Sletcalf fc Hennou. sols, for complainant. Tifustee's Sale. BY vlituo of a deed of trust executed by W. P.Dradrlck to Sterling Fowlkes, as tras teeof date, the Soth day 01 Jalv. 1S3S. and of record In book 68, pages 418, 418, 00 and 431, made to secure a note of 50, executed by W. P. Deadrlck aid payable lo Jobn 1L Mebane, on or before the 1st day ot January, 1S7U, dated July 21, lstB, with Inters t from date, and oa which note there still remains dneahduapaid about 32157; and to xccute wnicn ueeu 01 1 n.t (tue saiu sterling r owies having departed this llfel I was by the Hon orable tbe First Chancery Court of Shelby comity, appointed trustee instead of the said Sterling Fowlkes, I will oa Wednesday, 14th day of October, 1S74, on the premises, sell at public auction, for cosh, to the highest bidder, within legal hoars, the property described la said tract doed, ss follows: Lots No. 8, 9 and 11 of a plan of said Deadrick's lands, surveyed 1st of November, 156, by c. C. Bark, and registered In Cook 09, part 2, pages 410. 411, 412 aad 413, aad containing in the agsregateZlSO-IOl acres, and bounded as follows: Beginning nt a point on the north line of Park avenneatthesouth east corner of said Deadrick's homestead; thence east along Park avenue IS chains to a stake, the southeast corner of said lotNo.ll; thence northwardly at right angles to Park avenue 11 and U!-luo chains to a stake, the nortbeasc corner of lot No. 11: thence wesi wardly alongthe north lines of sold lots Nos. 11, 9 and 8 to the east line of said homestead tract; thence with the list named line 11 and 76-1W) chains to tho beginning. Also, one un divided third port ot a lot of ground contain ing about one acre, owned In common and equally br said W. P. Deadrlck. Marv E. Speed and J. N. Deadrlck, and bounded as luiiows: iseginning at a staKe where the northwest line of Thornton avenne I meets the sontli lino of Alabama street; thence west with Alabama street to a stake, tbe northwest corner of lot No. 4. of the sub-' division of county lot No. COG, as made by JohnD. Urahain and duly recorded; thence south with tbe we-.t line of said lot No. 4 ro Thorn tort avenue ; thence with said avenue to tbe beginning, being so much of said lot No. las lies west and north ol Tbornton avenne. Title believed to bo good, but I sell and con vev only as trustee. Equity of redemption waiveu. u. u. uiuu ot, Trustee. CiffAKfCElSY A3LE OF VALUABLE RBAL ESTATE, No.2177, N. E. First Chancery Court of Shelby county iatnerine teata vs. r . u. Aieatu etaL pY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale 1 entered in the above cause on the 16th dav of June, 1U74, 1 wUl sell,atpubllcauctlon,to tne niguest oiuaer, in iront oi tne uierK anu master's omce, ureeniaw upera Mouse nana, log. Second street, Memphis, Tenn., On Salnrday, October 17, 1874, within legal boars, the following described propeny, situated m aneioy county, xennes- see. to-wlt: certain real estate lying about ronr miles eastward of the city of Memphis, containing ny esiimation aoont i,j acres, more or less, belnz a part of the subdivision of Owen's farm, heretofore bought by P. C. Bethel or F. A. and M. Owen atd s. P. Walker; beginning on tne south side of the Pigeon Boost road at its intersection witn utey avenue; tnence with said Piceon Roost road In an esstwa dlv or southeasterly direction to a stake at the ccrner of Bethel's field on the corner of a lane known as Owen e avenne: thence with said lane or avenne about 28 chains to its Intersec tion with Walker's avenue: thence with Walkei ' avenue westwaruly to Otey avenue. ana tnence wiiu utey avenue to tne beginning on the Pigeon Roost mad. Also, another tract of land described as fol lows: ll acres adjoining Fort Pickering, known as the Given 8 acre tract, the Wright three-qnarter i) tract and tbe Duval, Aigeo &Co.24 acre tract, bonuded on the north by urosawHy or oia r on I'lcaering itauroaa ; on the south by Jackson street; on the east by Dr. Gilbert A WooldriJge. and on tbe west by Main and Ninth streets: said property to be suuuiviueu uuu wm uceuruiiii , Term or csaie-un a crtuit oi seven anu twelve m; ntbs; notes with approved sureties: Hen retained to mrther same, end equity of redemption narreu. -iuib aepiemoer is, is, i. r- a. lAji.i., ierit anu piaster. Bv K. J. Blac. Derutv C and M. Humes & Poston and L. V. Dixon. AtPys. PROBATE COURT SALE OF Valuable Git y jProper ty No. 1SS, It. D. Iu tho Probate Conrt of Shelby count), Tennessee jLeopoiu uoepti, et ai vs. Adolph tieckle. et al. BY virtue of a decree for sale entered la the above cause. 1 will sell at nubile auction. to the highest bidder. In front of the court house door on Union street, in Memphis, Ten nessee, on Monday, October 5, 1874, within legal hoars, the following described lotto-wit: Beginning at southwest corner of Vance and Shelby streets, city of Memphis, and running thence south 37K feet; thence west parallelwlth south side of Vance street 2C0 feet to an alley; thence north with the alley to Vance street; thence east with Vance street 100 feet more or less lo tbe beginning. Without redemption. Minimum price, M350. Terms or sale: SMJO cash, balance In equal payments at one and two years with Interest, parchaser giving notes and security for de terred payments. A lien wilt bo retained until all parchase moneyls paid. JV.'A 1 ..... , V. .... J. W. Wescott, SoL for Complainants. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue or a deed In trust executed to me ns trustee by W. A. StelTey, of date June 2a, lfctt), and l e corded In t he Register's omce ol Shelby county, Tennessee, In book No. "I, page 237, 1 will, on Thursday, lotii day or October, 1874, on tbe premises, sell at pablio auction, to the nignest muuer, tor casu, wiuim legal uuurs, lor the purposes t herein expressed, the proper ty desctibed in said deed In trust, as tollows: Beginning at a stake on the eat side or the Big Creek road and In the west line of coanty lot 624, three hundred and nlnety.three feet from a stake In the center of the New Raleigh road at Its intersection with the east side ot the Big Cnek road; hence north with the wust line of coanty lot No. 524 seventy-tlve feet to a stake; thence north S8 east two hun dred and two feet to a stake; tnence south seventy-five feet to a stake; thence wes in wardly to tho beginning. Also-Beginning at a stake on Thomas avenue. In the west line thereof, two hundred and eighty even feet and ten Inches from a stake In center of New Raleigh road at its intersection withThoma- avenue; thence westwardly with the north boundary line of Joint lot first described In deed from Schoolneld to StecVy two hundred and two and one-half feet to a stake; thence south seventy-one feet to a stake; thence east- waruiy, ana npon a une paranet witn tne nrst course of this subdivision, two hundred and two and one-half feet to a stake in the west line of Thomas avenne; tbence with the west line seventy-one feet to the beginning. Title believed to be good, bat I sell and con vey only as trustee. Equity of redemption barred. WM. U, MEBANE, Trustee. mmUL . X mdf I or- HEIAL ESTATE, No. IM, 'w First Chancery Court of tHielby ouniy. i emirn.ee Josepn -flyers vs. uenry waje, et oi. rY virtus of an interlocutory deeree for .1 9 saie, entered u the above cause ou im uinuavj air. 1571. xwih sett. at nubile auc tion, to the ..igbet bldds, in front of the iei& ami -ia,ier a omce, iireemaw upera house balldlne. Second street. Memehis. Tennessee, on Saturday, October 3d, 1874, within lego, hours, the following described property, situated m nneioy county, tua to-wlt: The first lotor parcel twing part of the tract or land sold -William L. Mayd well to R. Anstln.on the 27th dav of fe member. 155, and designated npon sold Austin's plan of snbdlvislon of said tract as per survey made by M. A. Kerr on the'JM day of April, Iw. as lot Nn. 21, and bounded as follows, viz : Frontint; 6 chains and 32 links on toe south side of North street, and running hack be tween parall.-! linn at rl?ht .-inrls with said street 8 chains and 9 links, the east Une ol -"... -V e,u mi, went une or tne nemmes tract,thewestltneof said lot being the east line ol East aveane, aad containing i acres, more or less, ard being the same lot described Indeed from ILR. Austin toaaM defendant Vade. dated Jaae 17. im. and recorded in the neUK(nuiilci;ui nneiuy COUOly tn bOOkNO. 25. pace 511. et sea. The serenrt ini nr nsrmi blng all the Interest of said Wade In and :o a lot of land in said State and county, netnic put or a tract ot land known upon the plan of South Memphis as lot No. S. In block No. 55, and designated upon F. S. Latham, C. M Fatehler audW. A. Jones' plan of subdivision ol said lot as lot No. 8, and bounded aa fo:. lows: Beginning on the south side of Vance street at a point IB1 feet west ot the Intersec tion of the south side of Vance street with the west side of Orleans1 street, thence south wardly at rigbt angles with Vance street 156 feet to southeast corner of said lot on an alley, tbence west with the north siiieot sild alley 75 feet to the soathwest corner, tnence north parallel with Goalee street 186 leetto Vaneu street, thence east with tbe south side of Vaneo street 75 feet to the beginning, being part or same gronnd conveyed to tbe said Wade, and to W. R, McClelland by O. B. Locke, trustee, as per deed registered In the Register's office or said coanty In book No. 32pagea 2 and 2S6. Txkxs or salk. On a credit of seven months, purchasers to give notes with ap proved sureties, bearing t per cent. Interest, etc, lien retained to farther same, and equity of redemption tuned. This, September 1, 1S7L ... E. A. COLE, C and M. By R. J. Black, D. C and M. McKlslck S TnTley. attorneys. sel SMjEBisP'S SAXiE or- Taluable Keal Ssiatc. PUBLIC NOTICE Vi HEREBY GIVEN, That by virtue of au execution to me di rected from the Honorable Ft rat Circuit Conrt nf .Shelby county, Tennessee, In the ease ot r. li. luigingion vs. n. li, t-axtoa, jnuament rendered an the leth day of February. Dsn. for the sum of thirteen hundred and eighty three dollars, withinterest an t costs of suit, to sat isfy said Judgment, etc, I will, on Saturday, the 3d day of October, 1874, At 11 o'clock a.m In front of mr offlce. No. 351 Second street, Memphis. Tennessee, pro ceed to sell, to the highest 'dder, for cash, uio ioiiuwiiiK uescxioeu property. towit: A certain tract or parcel of lnd sitnatd In the Fourth Civil District, In the county of Shelby, State of Tennessee, described as fol lows: Beginning al a stake in the southwest corner of a tract of land sold by the Union nans: ot xennessee to it. n. -lotter; tnence with the sonth boundary line of sold tract north fc5 degree, east 134 4-10 poles to a stake, said Trotter's southeast corner, 3 hickory pc Inters; thence with the tost boundary line of James Garvin's tract 51 33-KM poles to a stake with 2 small beach and dogwood point ers; tnence westwaru parallel witn tne nonn boundary line to a stake on said Garvin's west boundary Une with drzwood nolnUn: thence west with the said west boundary line to the beginning, containing 50 acres, more or less, with all the appurtenances the same, conveyed by James Garvin to said Paxton, May , lSGS. book 56, page OU, Register's omce, to which reference is made. Levied on as the property of defendant. M. B. Paxton, to sat isfy said Judgment, Interest and costs, bale to commence promptly at eleven o'clock a.m. w.j. p. DOYLE, Sheriff of Shelby coanty, Tenn. Memphis, lib dsy ot September, 1S71. T. II. Edglmtcn, attorney for plaintiff. CHANCERY SALE OF- :ES.e-,:i Ssiate. No, 2015, N. R. First Chancery Conrt of Shelby county it. iroy, .mn r m a. .s. nuiiams deceased, vs. Sarah A. Williams et aL BY' virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale enteied in the above cause on the 12th day of July,ls72, and renewed and modified July 10,1874,1 will sell, at public auction, to tna uijtnefct uiuaer, in irons oi uiecieiKaua Matter's offlce, Greenlaw Operahouse 'land ing, Second street, Memphis, Tenn., Saturday, October 3, 1874, within legal hoars, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Ten nessee, to-wlt: LoUNos.2and3, part ot subdivision of lots Land 2 of the east half of a tract ol land con veyed by Joserh Soape to Thomss N. and G. F. Williams uydeed dated December IT, I1!, and of record in tbe Register's oCco of Shelby coanty, book 8, page 42tf, which east half be longing to the estate of T. N. Williams, de ceased ; contains lSiJ acres. Lot No. 2, begin ning at tire northwest corner of lot No. 1 and running thenee to the soathwest corner; thence north 52 degrees west parallel to the rallroad3chainsandSilnkstoastake; tbence north XI chains and 67 links to the old State line; thence south SS east 3 craHis to the beginning, containing 1.71 acres. Lot No. 3, beginning at the north west corner of lot No. 2. and running thence to the southwest corner; thence north 82 de grees wtt 302 links to a stake SO feet from tbe center of the railroad : thence north 15 chains and 38 links to the old State line; thence south 88 degrees east 300 links to the beginning, una acres. See map recorded In M. B. No. 6, page 229, November 15, W72. ThisSeptemberltt,M7L Terms ot sale Cash. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, Deputy C. and M. L. D. McKbxlck. Attorney. sell CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE OJS UIVIOK STREET, OX SATiraUT, OCTOBER 3,1874. No. as. It-In the SccoaJ Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. K, D. Ram bent, Admr, i Elvira W. Bowles etal. TY virtue ol a i.ecrte of sale made In this XJ cause by the second Chancery Court, I will sell, ta the highest bidder. In front or the door ot the Second Chancery Courtroom, on second street, city ot Memphis, "Tennessee, Ou Saturday, October 3, 1874, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wlt : The west half of a certain tract of land assigned to Mrs. E. W. Bowles as dower, the life estate and Interest therein be ingjellnqnlsbed by the wl ow, lying and sit uate In the city of Memphis, county of snelby and State of Tennessee, bounded as follow?, to-wlt: Beginning at a stake In the north line oi untoa street, oemg mo souinwcsi corner of Z. P. Bowles' home lot, established by deed between him and Cyrus Johnson, recorded in the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennu, book 47, pages 517,518, 519 and 520; rnnnlng norwwaraiy witn tne west une oi saiu lot in feet to a stake; thence eastwardly parallel with Union street 63 feet lo a stake: thence southwardly parallel with the first line 1S4 leetto union street; tuenre weeiwtiruiy wita Union to feet to the place of oeglnnlng. Also, the eastern half of the dower tract. snbiect to the life estate ot the widow. oormaeuas ioiiows: rieginning at a staae on Union treet 65 feet east of the soathwest cor ner of the Bowles homestead let as set forth In tbe above description of the west half of the uower lot; running tnenco nonnwaniiy with tbe third line In the above description 161 feet to a stake; thence eastwardly Is feet ; thence south wardiySfeet; thence eastwardly parallel with Union street 52 feet: thence southwardly parallel with the first line 150 feet to Union street: thence westwardly with Union street & leet to the place or beginning. Terms of Sale On a creditor six and twelve months; notes with good security; lien re tained; equity of redemption barred. mis .august 23, 13,,. iM. D. L. STEWART. Clerk tied Master. By George Mallery, D. C. and M. Kortreeht, Craft A Scales, sou. for eomplnl -OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, No. 7B2, R. First Chancery Coart of Shelby county-J. r. Finnie et ai vs. ". u.Meath etaL BY vlrtuo of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause on tbe 171b. day of June, 1871, I wlU sell, at public auction, ix ine uigncst uiuaer, in irons ol tne cierK ana Piaster's omce, ureeniaw opera, house building, Second street, Memphis, Ten. nessee, ou Saturday, October 17, 1874, within legal hoars, the following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wlt: Certain real estate, lying about four miles eastward of the city of Memphis, containing by estimation about 172 acres, more or less, neinz a part ot tne snDai vision of Owentl farm heretofore bonsrht bv P. C. Bethel of F. A. t M.owen and s. P. waiicer, beginning on tbe south side of the Pigeon Roost road at its Intersection with Otey ave nue; thenca with said Pigeon Roost rood In an eastwardly or sonthesstwardly direction to a stake at tbe corner of Bethel's field on the corner of a lane .known as owen avenue: tbence with said lane or avenne about 28 chataa to Its Intersection Willi Walker ave nue; thence with Walker avenue westwardly to Otey avenne; and thence with Otey avenae to the beginning on the Pigeon Roost road. Also, another tract of land described as fol lows -Eleven and one-half (11H) acres adjoin ing Fort Pickering, known as the Given eight (8) acre tract, the Wright three-quarter iX) acre tract, and the Duval. Algeo Co. two and one-half i2H) acre tract, bounded on the north by Brr-adway or old iort Picker' ng railroad, on the south by jacasoa s.reet,on the east by Dr. Gilbert and Wooldrldge, and on the west by Main and Ninth streets, bald property to be subdivided and sold accord thsiy. . .,. ,,, , , ., , Terms oi eaie v. , months; notes with approved security; lien retained until same are paid. Equity of re demption barred. This oepieinuer-w. 10... IS. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. Humes & Poston and L. V. Dixon, Attorneys. ilMMMllltM itf. I III i- thelarmaulmeeUngntheTstockholdersTot said company.wll belbcldlatlthalcompanys FKIVATXI Medical JMspensarv So. tl Jefferson Street, Bacw&aa Main Mid Front HowJi amsiruis, zsa EstabUsbed In im. DR. JOUNBOM 14 acknowledgad Vaflvai. tloB lnternsiHL as by fur tut mastaMMal. fnl Physician tn the treatment of mtrMa ot fnl Physician tn the treatment of irint or secret dlse4. tatek, UioroBBb and .wins nests enres tanutei la very eaaa, usaist ar female ftsnesit carta of flnaorThsIa assi Wgj W- lis oared la a few days, wttbosn tbe mercury, aaaBga of all ar hlnilrMi.il bnainess. Beeondary Syphilis th. Isat Vesttri eradicated wlUsout the ose of i.nuary. is. voluntary ios. ot rami aiMM m a neat time. MUferan frasa lmwwsuBr ar lass el soruai power restored to 're. vbjer tn a few week- Victim of seir-abis r.nd 1 1 9m ill u Tenei,saaeriastrom spamuuonbaa aad loss of ph3slcal and mental powar. siiiiiiiriii usd permanently eared. xTrueuiur Hiunuua piua to iae jjsseves e. Worn aad cures gwusniaed. Threat and Luax Mseana eared bv aaw nmadles. Ail eomoitaaoBi stneuy aaaueanai. Medicines sent by express te ail nswta al Uu eonntry. Office coon from 8 u, to t pja. rlrmilayi frora s to k pja. apzoaw uajuunua a,ii OF Valuable I2e::l Estate. PUBLIC NOTICB IS hrnrhy tnvior thai bv Vlrtaa nf nSHM mim In we mrrcuxi irom tne llouotasie Pint I. Iill Court 1 1 Shelby eoaaty, TaDoaea, la tfci ms pf Arntstrong N all & Co, vs. Mrs. S. A. JM laod and W. W. Jlnmpatars. J ulanaal NB dered on the 21t day ot Aasost, WW, ter tfea sum of twenty-eight dollars, wttb tetarast and costs of suit, to satiafy saM 1 etc., I will, on - Saturday, 2GUi ay erSeatsUr, IS74, at 11 o'eloek ajn., m front of any office. Me. ateeond street, Memphis, Teansraiis, ssiiua.il to Mil to the highest bidder, for eash. &m M towlng dertNd property, to wit: Part of lot Ml, bsglnBlac a Jaat west frasa northwest comer of a tot sold ts CataaartaaC Cot a; thence west sJoac the aeatk Haa at Washington street to tbe aortbeaat iceaar af the Heeirlx lot, ,W feet to a; point mMwar between Washington and Alsn sinsai; thence east and parallel with T ilila.ll slrpetto the southwest corner of letseMla Mrs-Seott; thence north .with her wast Itaa ISKfeet to the begtnnlnc; subject te uuea Uonln atver ot Hook LaOrtll, aad eaa ta tator of W.O. Drewry and wtfc- levW oaa the property of defendants. a.A.Mnllant aad .. uunipurays, to satisfy said J Kale to commence promptly at o oncs sum, W. J. P.DOYI; , Sheriff ol Shelby coanty, Taaai Memphis. 3d day ol Septober. laTL -OF- Valnable I2fial Ustate. POBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OlVlOt, That by vlrtns of aa exeeBHaa to meal reoted from Ihe Honorable Sapreaae Ceart far Western District of Tennessee, In tbe ease el It- P.Walt vs. Jobn Spellaun et il .Jiiilgmnaf rendered on the 5th day oi KoTanser, KOL ror the snm of eight hundred aad eteMdel lars, with interest and costs of suit, to ail SWT sold Judgment, etcIwHL on Thursday, 24th day f September, 1874, At II o'clock .in.. In front or my oMea, Na. 351 Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, pro ceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for eaan, the following described property, to-wlt: Part of original country lot No. sea and am- scribed npon tbe plan ot John JohnMO. aad John J. Murphy, made by M. A. Kerr, Jaaaa ry 28, 1865, as lot No. 17: Meginnlng at tna sooibwest corner or said lot on the north stile of Exchange street: thence eastward ly wrUl iiiDuunu biueoi ixenaage street seji nee. a? tut, wuuioiM curlier ue huu lot; I north waidly 73U leet to th nertkeatt i ot said lot oa the sooth side of Alabama roa.L thenee westwardlv with the smith siita nt si Alabama road Sg fee: to tbe northwest ear ner oi iaia lot ; tnence fcoatnwardly ta feet to the place ot beginning. Levied on as the propertv of defendant- Jofer-t S pullman, to satbfy said Judgment, laterse. and costs. Sale to commence promptly at ale o'clock a jn- W. J.p.boYL. sherliroi Shelby eoenly, Teas. Memphis, 2d day of September, lwt. Kortreeht Craft. Attorneys for ptalnttlC OF VALUABLE IMPROVED Madison Street Real Estate. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GrygN, That by virtue of an order of sale te me directed from the Hon. Chancery Coart et numenoTu county, teiiu., in uie ease hi a. rt Robertoo vs. I. M. Leatberman aad wrJa aad others, Judement rendered eBtaeastBdarel April, len, for the snm of nineteen aaedred and seven teen dollars and flvecenU,oti waielt Judgment Is a credit of S1U U-MK, wMk ta terest nod costs of salt, to satisfy belaaee est said J udgment, etc., 1 will, on Friday, the 2d Bay of October, 1874, a. u 1 wv. . n in,, uNJ, u. MJ UUn,,V,Mt Second street, Memphis, Ten nine, proeeeit to tell, to the highest bidder, tor eeah. the following described property, to-wlt: All the li.ht. title and lnlHt at Tl. V. Leatherman and G. L. Leatberatan In aad le a house and lot of gronnd on the northwest corner of Madison and Third streets, la the cltr of Memphis. TenniMDco. fronting 74 tmt. on Madison aad 14H leet on Third street; levied on as the property of defendant, D. at. Aatnerman ana u. ij. ieatnersaan, te s Mttu i uugmeni, inter em anu cow. Sale to commence promptly at o'clock sun. W. J. p. DOYML Sheriff or Shelby county. Teas. Memphis. 7th day of September, an. CHANCERY SALE OF R Ull -First Chanoerv Court of Sealer tv. mas. tu jtyers vw. jwsess. wsmhss. BY Ylitoe f an Interlocutory dsswo Jar sale, entered In the above eaase oa the rath dsy of July, 1874, I will sell, at aaaHe anotlon, to the highest bidder, in front ar the Clerk and Master's office, Greenlaw Opera house building. Second street, Matapata, Ten nessee, on Saturday, September 26, 1S74, within legal hours, the following deri bud property, situated In Shelby county, Teases see, to-wlt: Part of lot No. 7, block No. 17. la Snath Memphis, ou the east side of Hernando stroet. Its north line being J7X feet south ol Poatotoe street or Brown's avenue, fronting J7S feet oa Hernando street, and rnnnlng baek oetwcea parallel lines, and both parallel with Peatetoe street or Brown's avenae 15! feet, more or leas, to an alley. Terms or Eaix-Os a credit of six r purchaser to give note with aeereved i rlty, lien retained, etc, and eqaity of redemp tion waived. This, September 5, 1874. K. A. COLK. (J. A X Bv IL J. BLACK. D. C. Kortreeht .crait Seales, Iiancery Sale REAL ESTATE. No. lT, R. First Chancery Coart or Bberby euuuiy junn xi. At'irgan, goaruian, ese vfJ. Martha C. Dickens, et aL BY virtue of an interlocutory deeree for sale, entered in the above eaase on the 22d day of May, 1871, and renewed Jnry IS, KM. I will sell, at pnblle auction, to the hhjhaat bidder. In front of the Clerk and Mastero of fice, Greenlaw operahosse itnlldlnf, ! Btreeb, jieuipuu, xenoeNsee, oa Saturday, October JB, 1874, within legal hours, the followlnsr property, situated In Shelby rnnnty.Trnnra see. to-wlt: Three and three-tenths acres of mad sear jito.-qiu. iiuh ui bun biiuriw jusm vi sion, located at corner of Jones aveaae aad tbe new RaleiEh road, on the west iSdn at Jones avenne and north side or new Hnlsamli road, being the same described in the deem, of tbe Second Chancery Conrt or Sheiey county. In tbe cause of Charles Joaes vs. Je sephlno Ulckens. recorded In book No. Us, page 537, Registers offlce. Terms of Sale One-third cash; OBe-tb.nl on January 1, 1873, and one-tblrd Jaaaar) 1, uio; noiea lor aeierreu payments reqairea, bearing interest "at six per cent, frost date. lien retained till same are paid, etc. Beptemoer tv, is". E. A. COLE, Clerk aad Master. By IL J. Black. Deputy C and M. Luke W. Flnlay, Attorney. sell SHERIFF'S SALE OF Taluable Heal Estate. TJUBL1C NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVBN, r xhnt trr virtue of snndrv exeeutleaa to me directed from the Hon. First Oretrft Conrt of Shelby eonnty, Tenn In the ease et A-TUggievs. J. A. auqcimu, auininieua- h or. et al, J udgments renaereu j une z, is. I, jer I the snm of thirty-seven hundred and sixty- four 3J-1C0 dollars (W.D1 st), anu atso an exees tlon to me directed trom said coart bt ease of Phillip Tugxle vs. J. A. Anderson etal, Judg ment rendered June 2, 1871, for the am ef nineteen hundred and tnlrty-niae taVM -11 IU, n-ttl. suit satisfy said Judgment, etc., 1 will, oa Saturday, 10th day of October, 1874, at U o'clock, a-m., In front of my otaee, Ne. 3'1 Second strcet,"Mem phis, Tenn, proeeetl lo sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the follow ing described property, to-wlt : Lots Nos. 7, S, 41, 42, 15 and , of block No. It 2, S, 1, 5, 6, 7 and 8, and 23, 21, SS, 28, 27, 23 21 and" ij, or DiocJtno.s;iubs-tcH.i,&nue,ot rjiocsz No. 5; said lots being In tbe Melrose subdi vision of W. P. Deadrick's two hundred mul sixty-two acre tract. tjevieu on tu uio piui.y ui uoienuant w . P. Deadrlck. to satisfy told Judgments, Interest andenSts. Sale to commence promptly at eleven o'clock ajn. w. j. i . XJJ 1 L.K, . Sheriff of Shelby county, Tetiu Memphis, ISth day of September, WL Clapp iSMeux, Attorneys. a t gesslthaalwhoIeialeAprlcea. .