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-HP -y..y, . -Maaayr..aaw g. , .-w2:s THE MEMPHIS DAIL7 APPEAL -SUISTDA-Y. OCTOBER 11, 1874,. 1 J FEJANCB TIRADE. . TKK FINANCIAL moved W- I j.anirts, , h11 the banks reported a very qo dy. ApatteaUoas for lorn an fair; man hare tM eeUed an few ehoean, nnttl 11m njuoi have iwllie freaa making eanllea- I. ins ll.ej kBtnr WUI tMTBtB. IalletU, rr.ns to rel "the weed fa" are-mere namer ..a-. ' ni ai there the dliuilnslnartoa matt ill pa)1 r In clow; ratrsare ljjtpetent.per moijj A we anticipated, there ha been a r , iug io the ml- of exchange; barbie an e.i-aero clUe dlaaaOBt, on Mont MU H "- count, on New Orleeas -mmi J on ji nninu. A amufcfer.es. momI ef ex- . nanae wiiimI nl l y U baafcaiap S aoon buik bud taM SSMQA, i iv . .ntrllnlM amat; brok.r. paid for ii J.',li;eiUBget II. Jaqutrles wert made in to tne Market rata oi uwks riirMii stock, but the qaestlon weuM ..it auoe spiritual clrate to answer it. iiiators are bnw ooaeocUsc aad dUnsml n.,;.Lg iiitinsaof disaster and bankruptey tor .i t j.urjwwof breaking down prices. Wall -. , e r. is sjBV'iDg rrotu a raid of lbs bean, -peculators recently operating for arise are uiam-uv.'iCit for a fall. Iamalag reports about onunieroe are therefore certain to a K-uud. and the public mF prepare Um ,i.i-e to believe nothing on tbe . ,r imiiim tr individual anirtrttaa. nit bam esuaiisvoral laUurrs of lata, sad Real emoarraMiocnt. Tbe Mew , October 7tb, aaow tnat me uu Uy waa at work. ew i otk iraoe . it mvp. anrreaatee nearly SJfio- uW wttktn tbe iau two or uiiveweeka. Two- uaaiaiaMw were niwiww wu. iwriiiu aade.tkenaaaladerware dry-rood jobbing beoeea. Dall trade, and In aomv eaaea d- m of value, were tbe principal aonroe of tbe mltfortnne. Three nrma thai failed for an innpli of (iiam, lot throogh apeeaia. uob not immedtaiely connected wUb their icKOiar eoane of trade; one auapnded owing friendly ad aneea nude to another bouse m. M (ailed. Toe fall err are moeUy oSeeia of la wu' panic. Tbe MiiMlMh well reuarka: Wjllt vacdbM to nolat the moral whiefc tbaaa t & ine pruoeni mercnanh mere art leii mm i Iftf " wbo can apare E7Cimr bon; aadthe Itw where y guoa mm i aaSaai of trade aateca." The l K afHHU b Ul ae CO1 ot are alii! i eat of nh dl- .nftraase aatetk." Tbe ft-Bc t c.n- ..kai in.. Me failsres abow no lesewai o' weaknealntradecredMaat large. There are alwayi fallaree at tbkis Monon, and tbey am morriftllT If any more nnuerona tbaa BpaaL TiM.1 1 are few jirnalonf among lln tii tJataaT a atrletly legtUmaM buaineM oal aajdtfiia la tbe caw atoaoau tbe panic a5laa oot aeaxly all tae weak nrma. and am Ibiiitiafn " 1 condacted witb Tub OfiTO; kabkit, yeelerday, vrsai uaiet, eoannared with moat or toe pre wo oam. of tue week; a comaon ooenrreMe on a SfAtuahv. The lone of tbe market showed MCJmdB.s,bmtattbee1ee there was a staffer janilnc la aani raai-nee of an advance of H 1 at la-rr- Lerpo Jl was qnlat aad wlthaaleaof lUUObalea. In oT tlalea aaaonnted to ItH) balea. of wiueti jga balsa were for export. &ua of were moat lyof ibtilllmi uttaiaii anil Inilmlml gimit w eUBarv at UH ; barely a iodllne at H& : taW dllaLCaAMiMd lHe; aoodmlddUac at Lie Jne Ht Ol fwivim HH UHMk IUC at oar fab? was rained by young aar Meraeaan, jiwutppu Ham ha oat aiMhaHwa oa 'ahsnge to-taor- i-w, aad Mesa, eladaje, M-Kay 4; ia, to a it waaoaaMagsted, wlU offer It for sale by UnrsalaaUM- MiadUatx ... Udaaldrfui The saoesin 'en dent of tbe cotton exchanie bsw reawlvad a oojsmnnl cation from H. F. at, m "v. -." -f . .7 l !lvaaee la rates of cotton a the foa-naantb. as loltows: BS99- aan7 : to Albanr, ineoeciaay. . onw. aad Troy, la Sew lorx amass? f'oyi Saacst ft 87; ow tork. We: Fhilaoelpbla. 7c ; BaJttnsare, tor ; with eurrespondlss rales at, aaya: Oar rates oa cotton from all . eiver oxeont John- ioaviite between Padueah, KeoWcty. and Faaraace, ft'- has beea n-daead to 1 1 M per bane so toe atemimis wanHjooso. COTTON STAT1EMBKT. aber 1, IsTl . x7,t a3 sd I iiearnrillmnil luhb railroad aaasiaurooii saad Uttie Heok rallread. .. I arVraaaBs aad ot.er lanrcsa. Total M VWIKJ.K eVOPPLY. The fsakOTtagja the viatbj. Moy of cotton as leamliil by the New York fnssMe of in, 37jai WW .L2M7W rKmnm VJaw; lawanM! IH ato,aMt lar Knrop SjW uaiasa i aMad I i tUs stslamaaaply- 1.7,l lira "Tool sseek American.. ius asatal stock Aaserteai aarvaaaassak afloat tor Europe- India. Braxll. JL." w I u1 la. a. .ill etc Cuatlaantal stock- ladle, aiiull, otc awJM ictrx-EJop.- Total I tlaaw sraay- KAI. XARKUT VH Vary wwil laadarodooe tacsMB, I was tMBtat OX . u Uk. latadiaa. as BO bout errlTet. front , aaa too osuy k. lt. su -' - In ram TaSlj --- '-- store basiaeas was anew. ... . n smme aaallUon. jasa was one prinse Uuoui on the lanoiac Keallog la hjum.11 lots at 9; use ueet ar- ZZZ, 1. iiaM 5b in store. Oma i wf Is aew la rnune is waaMM aw si., ruw aojvveri muderal demand ; there was aooe aa tbe landing ; dealers sold frasa store at H 10. - - on Use lay dini; Sew orhs are at ft lajM la; la swre, B 3 Calsngr U bow la only amodsrele sup ntj: erueTof choice lx-1 fa Lnao... Slower-ell a barrel. iMtaa in scare, with a good iauairy at ttl 2S for cool QlisrrTrTir-- - 1 - ., .-1 bat;.' mM ar ice there are very few takers. AeV ai e pX, trash BtoafB lis. Clsietaw were law aad aaat si Mia films. aoiatioa; few ataer ar Saste aonltry oBsi m. PraeMeas far thr j., nave been I d very active demand, aad a lataa aaaoont of alock baa beea cleared out; prices ik nrm, and unchanged from tbe pre vious day. U. aalest other wit: ,or rf d sad pnSMs Inee tbr soil aweasuss, toiss ore jsv tbxast No arrivals; last sales a tSI la -am. m.VBM. g! caaa iiull, with medium, it ta&t 75 per r aad-itavy u S5I in store. Ba. UM arlK-IXiIi, with tmagtiK at ..TSt - wm la weidut and uaiila'. lo store. fSTL' per lb., lttalsc Ttea per Ms, 6tSc lit ajil. iSa7Zi. lor ruuiar patterns Of JSwW . . mt ttk.'S.- mnlini. KA cv' aUTMi-Llme, par bbt, 1 SMtl ft Cess I. Bwsd.ile. to ; rJJSfvtiie. eornmoa, lancy.M. aftoek Vew: lair asm a ad at tl Tjuu aaiHragai saaw, 1 sna 1,- " U, Lc;.o. Call . uitf:MLUtst. ( 'OTTO-SBKV-t mJ?'ir!ml; last sales at M0Ke; In want ataaks de- C sales st m;u wsis we Maltw.-ooos cawe. iajii-i iuro- xearUBas.sajsc oneaa, t few rm-Tr" ooeruia. l-ive Btaau a. ssssaw . . . ...mk osaa. or la bars as er males. le Itsot'SmIs'' ase la laoae seaway. supply atJwsjZle, good fresh. gfcSfjTl aqll allf US" braswlnlerki v a.U. asacawiiens mwj, ... rT Kxc Appeal scarce, witn eosa- S toaarV Tp?r has? Per.-Cll- fL at al5ast7 bu per boL Lesaoos per box. 2 Lricr&ait ouiet. wit apiU. la ah. "riTSL "SaiuT -sTaTonadii: sliio 'ralwrrlas per bbL. tit Cecee rhurred. at fit. -Per bul- H. xi. -weuuoae: nara iiaiauu "Xm-Iuo. per a. tearsor to choice. ..;.. . - - aest. aar barrel, do- . 1 "'TT- -373!, , .7. ine. Bi. "lo; ! oa-i salens . w ;sTi r. .ilonte. ssta,Slsc. Hominy, . as Mi salted. fa. TO. hssur ul r c at. Daer skins, dry. lioep -sins,, Wool VOOi. as iu ouau' Tall JIAV y.'.ft v. si; for Mat Arkansas prairie 1 5. bbL, 50a10;pxHalfbol.SI ass at. store, Ma ri". ' a -10 Wai la : a i.i. atemaiw-( Oil i oersal.UtsIsc: Hawed, raw. 1 Si ! C;r uieTatB SatW; sUeer-sito. H GO, so arrivals; la sales at ate; la store, rkeg.$72; il !,. vi: oaarts, WM. bt.l oik i ; egmmou, 2 .; wi l'iW , drop, per New sa-aetpo- b . .. iaau.SSI. Pot !.lai'-Ueeasinlot at K. Ducks In fair Turkeys volet at Mi un..' d. t uii kcnsai sses"yva1t, : , f ."b W; half-banol, K K' i 'tlsasaesugar-cured. nnean vasod. a.nc aless pora, pur nim, iotov. w 1 13" anc; ioa.esw,n7t 7 lavsaJTc; in ontte.none. l w 33rerjpt'e- Bulk dear "g-Fied' rje firm atB W ai per bushel. ..'J '-u - ""-.'r'rrrZ.T--'- Pnloa Faette, Lda -Bhae, orih western ,?jyfy TTT- " . niflmon. Ohio and Mianlerfppl, Wabali. and W!",L?""'T',IE.,0? ".'TrrUr.trr?. 'i -..exln.deod. tUlu afternoon, and closed Yortaatn Hsock Hares Jteoolved.siBos last sraiemasn usali 1 1 in 1 1 1 n T f blpt ll daos last , sta.ea.oat M JH fcbsppedpietoS'Sy H V Mockat som tajKdar MM lea-T. Maa far this week Tbaa lav last week U ataea IHasaaabar 1st . .- M-mnlibiaadfTisrhllon islllilfill MV Mlsifislaplal MsasabiaaaM xpetm. an ka-Udaweek - SM Sm tar las week . Mf SSe titisssabor ax aill-llsaslTiaiiaii.Lg ralaoad B usher isaaaasaTnl pons Total laatlasatiit steeks tUjm Tabal Vaamaaaa stocks . 2MJMU ji,tm ses saara: ... vsviw - - -ia yax llaltad 9Uss eaparas thk. M Total AJaer.'caa - 7kjm act nat iu saa amvhol Mk-eaaay la lb. M aes aattTC am ausara. ,.' "L' 'Jr.,d'jM.. Nauness fl Jj. Uin- , Tie. M asW ground MAJ'AAO' r aaa. lattseliii, He; UHdle- Mil made. fas. Viniaab flood to choice, irgt'e, and com am, lie pernllon. Wmuuy-Proof, per gallon, as la age and nlwlltv. 11 3&B7. WHaaT-Seea varieties selling at U 581 80 per n wffifr. MOWtnf MAJBgET. Ht TELMKirH. PARIS, October la. Rentes, tef. $e. IXNIK)N', (Ktober 10. The rate for money al tbe Mork exchange on good teearlUe l r.pereent. Coauta. r mosey. aaieMa; on issnsav Salt at w r(iir-t)f I'll 11 lanfnK.ans for oemaiiA ftoft JH ia ,wllfienewe awiw t tnaaii ware lulla, lxaaa wore aaw b4w , iat . 1 1 1-er ent foroamrteic Oaaran SaJNuBfift. anl ten miw daabornett donag tbe week 1277 Ov.d reeelvod for cnMoraain Sfi29 ahrrnianre dnrlng tbr week. 83w,ng all Oliver fears. Iti.jwti. of dry good,, tUXM; rfterehaid(M4elO Oovorntnont eloMt dull: I'mwl utatt eoDpjse law. n, do. oi - UJft; no. ojotw i5; ' Wo(lWia.H;wa.Bc. IK da. im, 1I7H , renry b, n hiaie hodim qmi, Hwoun IM Ola AepniLium, oe , twiw iei.iiiwT, n, , nw Virctnia. ,0:ota v iric i&. m, oia .-clo Carolina, il. new ortn I'eroilna. UV Kiuti ooened weak and nnaeLUed. and rt- aaatned ao tbrouboat tbe greater portion of lae usy. Mi uinim uae viww pmi biwiwu Mn- iad. ... ca-.il' m-mt. Trassaeuoaa on atock excnana aggregate iso,on abares; lnenMea in me miea woatera uniea, iaii"i" naac miui. 24 jut Enr, XLno Lake Hhore. T.fm Union ra- cinc. iruM) ortnwisetm, (i e. rani, and Mm Toledo and W aoab. Cioalnc qtiotaUona ; Cantoe, t: Weatera Onion Tefegrapn, BH; ijnlekiillver. SI: Adams expreas (Omk ny, lie; W ella t l-'argo'a expreaa ooaipaay, 7s. Aniencau exprees company, W; Cnltea Htates nDrm eompaay, M- iaeinc Jfall 7; New rk Central, lsfJi; Erie, ; Brie preferred, 5t: Harlem, tmi Harlem pre i erred, IS; Micnhran Oatni, 73: PlUabnrg and rnrt Vtaua, Northwestern, Jforthwoteru praferred. Ms Jto.-k Island, IT,rmv Jersey CkntraL lfc; 8t I'aul, 33',; .-t- Paul preferrpd, 3th$; Waftiiah. Wa baah preterred. Fort Wayne, VI; Terre Mante, iwi, Terre llaate preferred, IS; Chi cago aad Alton, ; Valoaanand Alton pre hrred, lu3S: Oalo. and Mbwlsrtpot, ST.; Useeotsmd, Lotiusbns aad Clnetnimtf, nil; BarlingtonnDd QulueyJ; Lake Snore, 7s;, ; Chleaao, Oolambas and Indtana Central, u; IiUness Central, m; Union Pacln,'4: Cen tral Elaetae bonds, SSw Union Pacific botKU, fci; BarMard and RrU, IMavrare and lackawana, MiPv COTTON ilAKXETA. BY TIUfltARI. mt. IXKilei, October M.-Cotu quieu IjOCIRVTLIiK. October W.-CoUoa quiet, CXKCaSNATI, October W.-Cottoo quiet, NEW ORLKANH. ootober M, 11j a.aa. Msrket qsM; middling, I4c ; salea, SW bates; rojrojajs.3eaj balos. 1 BJas. let tscelpta, 2sW bales; gross re oaf pta, IRHw bales; exports, eotwle( OKA; balea; aales, 15iW bait; atock, DiJeQ bales; nxaret arm, aiMl Ui sood demand; offerings light; mtddBog, VT c. TKHMWL, Uctober JO, I un.-Sales of America ti cotton, to-day, eafjo l Daiea. 1 oT is(15 stUS-NC; lecemo-r. U7 lS(i;'.x. lrssipja. Fotareadoll; January, IS 11-1 jHt; raotonry, tssuot-toc: uetooer, 13' it-. v . - iei . 1 - lr-. ' 1 ...i November. il l 5-15c: December, HsstaHc; sales for luture delivery, 91CU i 12: p.m.-ijowon qniet and nncnanged; sales for exsort to-dsy, 110 bales; laot evening, 1 MO blfca: aaim o caluceffi to-day. 13 bale.: sle to specnlators co-day. 3ff bale; last even lAff. M toikBra4 to arrive, included above. 139 bale. Beat bay receipts from tbe 3d to tbe 9th of October. Ineloslve, am bales ; exports to ttreat Britain same time, 3W0 baleHjexporte&ocon tlneot. tai ; atoclc afloat in Bombay bar bor,tjiJu b4fts. iJfefc rxp4s 572 baJe; gross reodj(a. balea ; exye-rttfc mwfee, nae; retaa, TUl bat; ftftrNCk,4lT balw; market (fulet; mMdifof , !ouo& report for ooe day at all Coiled Slate ports: Receipts, 11,149 balea; stock, 2L7,- m pajnav DRY OOGDS MARKET. BT TSUQUrR. .NBW YQRKOeiober 10 -Hie wee (her was lBotcmuat to-etef and baste 'jfia wtu eonflned to the txarrowtwt limits. Cotton sooda are qciiei sseet for brown aud Maraletru maketf, which are In improrea recrfieet. Wsifhiug ion, Baiaby, bwia and greeo. ataple prints are rcxeel to 9$e. iftH oods and Tees In fair WfJCeHeU aUHWIH UISU OOWfry Ut- KenCncky ieans more active In the irndeti. Woolen dull. exeeiK lor ilan- neis SatmI blankets, which are belling well. PRODUCL MARKETS. in susura. LOUISVILLE. October IU Floor quiet. Wheat qmec. Corn qnlet -at MajSdOc OMs aa.et at 2A1i5e. Mess pork Done here. Baeeaaaat and ptaees decUnecl toK. and &sar!ared Bams, Be; plata natamxl. Dsuk mfu nominal. Laid, B)fc. Whiaky, tU CHKJASO, October lu. Floor qatet. Wheat doll sod sower, market nnaettled ;No. 1 spring CtUcageU; No. 2 sprln Catesgo. tr4C ssot. thm doll and doaamei; Jfo. J mixed, 7Kc saet; taew corn, Wc Oat steady and In moderate demand ; No. 2, 4994 c Porkduli and piioas deaUned; old, iil Stl; new, spot,S17 S3, Lard oniet and weak ; 14 Sc spot. Bulk meats dull aad nemlnal. W hisky, 91 UL ST. LOL'l"1, October lo. Flour lor grades at SI and usder quiet. Wheat dull and prices de- .huj. V. Iw.1 fall tl H..I IS , Mil win. , i , - ct. - " . "' . . ... ter. HUSfll It. Corn jraaker; . I mixed. n n TSln ngTn , sinty nrm at si EL PeAdantatK. Veyaalt meaas-c saer clear ribs mid at Me. Bacon doll aad lower; shoulders, be ; ciear aides, V 8 altfC Lard duil, but unchanged. CISCINSAT1, October iO. Flour dull, arieas a shade lower: family. S3(d J 25. Wheat steatly and In moderate demand; red, flgl l; It (SMI iu. wninuii axiu prices oroup- ns&sse; now. oiwbmc. vass auii ami eoplng;auec. Pork nominal. Lard toady and In moderate demand; summer, lsac Bulk meats dull and the market un healed ; 7j7Se, 1J,S1S ,c, IP&Ufao. Bacon heaay: snoulaers, stisSe; dear rib. 15c; clear, ic. Whisky source and firm at fl. NEW YOKK. October ML Floor doll and lower: erv limited demaBd: sooerflBe west ern and State. M 73. Rye flour no cbanaed. Oomsuaal scarce ana nrm. Wheat market heavy and lower; moderate demand ; No. 1 spring, il 2ual 2i. Corn market dull; limited demand; mixed western, 8bc. Oats firmer but less active: mixed western, 6ijl M.c. Hay steady; shipping, Wsettic. CofRa uie: ana unciiaos;eu. iugar iruiei; nwuiiig, jc; priaie, 8 c Meiasses quiet ana uu- ea. HHSQnieuu mii.iii.asji - raw decmctlly lower; orssle.MsasWa; refln- e,lA. Tarpeotttw arm. Pom oafl: new li, M M. Beef ejukst; plalsi ua,fe 50 S 60. t meas iiulet. MMAfss datr; long clear, llSc Lard bea y; prime steam, 13Kc. Whisky lower at il ot. III Eli UtTaSLLlG EiNCE. Beats Leaving Ifala Hay. FOR VJCKbBtJaa. J i-Li A, Make, mh er. ....... Vl a.m BeatSiiLeatluc To-Morrow.-' FOR OSCEOLA. Fsai' k FuaBBT, Joolln, master S pjn FOR FRIAaW 1-OiKT. trr. I aA! is, Basket, master onm roit sr. locus. Bs;.i.a XiarHiBiCisM, mnsssr t p.Hi FOR NAPOLMON. . A. J. White, X alone, naaitor. i p.m Arrlals. Jtesr Orleaaii JoHtwi. raalBer.... bblawia .81. Louts IefiMrilel. Indiana . Joe Klaney.... Urand Tower.. HClDOlaBAM Vtekafurg JK.UIIW Ella. White river illrsnan river IJZ..CblotC t- fareel IsUBsM lbson- Wenlber, Risers and liuslacss. Yeateremy waa anottrar very warm iday, low water mark at dark. Tbe dvees aboee are all either on a stana, or ueeNnlag, esaept at Keo kuk, wbere ate of ose talk U, feeorted. Arkansas aud WE He diarnaa s laxsioc, with four feet In taeehsHsmeali. Buai bmu was noL as aood tu we bad a right to ex paCtHaturday lo be. Tbe cotton receipts are growing laiaer aa Uie season advauocwblle Si atrTaal of teea la heavier tkmn ever known at title staaan of she year. f Mage of IH vers. OrflCK OmI, Mm. Bbk. U. K. A., I Oclober 10, IlCi. I Lau Heauphia Saievaaeetw. Naabvflle..... New fr keiow high water mark of liCf. H. M.. LUDW1U, Observer. 31ovouiesit of Bonta. The ImfmBO pitottrf ue Rietay ig)it, wing the MarTtowea. -SS aSiftrged ! KkageslteiKh'. litre. Tbe Joe Klaney put packages frehtii . In re. The Joe Kinney put 8" rations of freight, added 211, and left for be- lew wish IsaalgBt LQSO. is uraao rower PhUx aawles. 251 bales .lUflackfc core. 159 sacks BeauvaWBKfas bay, tit tabs butter, asi kegs ser, 2SS bozeti crackers, and relumed with m bales eouon. toe iu aj packet, nau gooa tris out. TSews Drift. The May Flower panted up in tow by the Indiana Kbeaiil be carried to sc Louis and dlsmaii tied. . Toe son of Captain Rusk, of the Indiana, wu not expected to live when she passed up. He baa a very bad ease of ty phoid fever; bas a physician on in cbaraa, and ts aaaellag the sea of attention, and We sincerely nope ue will soon recover 1 Here are six hundred Micks f oil-cake on tbe wharfboat, and a large lot ou the levee, for shlpatent to New Orreana.. .. Tb. steamer U. W. Cheek was sold Krtday to 1 .iptaln J. Weil Sneed, on private terms. Captain Bused mp rr aiila a nianli r of u antera II v bar between hereauad Osceola, where bis boat will ply. Hue leaves on nerurai mp lueanay. access at tend you Captain Vt uat .. .. Wm. Wagooer. a weil-knowa mate, and a resident or Little Kock, la dead. Cllositugs. From tbe Ciuciti uali Tim. e,hth: "At lite isuuslial's sale of the J. W. Uarrett and bsrgeathla mornlag, tbe aseaater aod.two barges were kaoesed down to captain Kd. Horn brook, of Wheeling, for liilrWa-n thou- Laaud one hundred and twenty-an dollars. 11 e t also bought the barae KOrte for three thousand luree.UatKlieu esunra. uajiuuu VlataiaklelMeat the laUBe ookbaok for four thousand one hundred aad tweaty-flve dollars, and Captain Val. P. Collins, barge No. U, for six bunaHssd and ftft.x (foilars. All the bMuas are loaded with Iron ore. the freight okaiass est vhloli weas lacladed m tbe sale, Ik, JBretipaar hulug aauad lo deliver Uie ore TT 16" mM!m "'V - destined." From tflsTlt. lioulsX asiMleais, ninth: ' No hun .a hiw ever displayed a more descried wharf 1 hau ebterda . Tnere seemed to be an enure sutpeuaioii ol business on the levee, shippers and draymen being glad enough of an excuse to ie the trade and the drays behind la attend the h-.Hday festivities at the fair grounds, and to do honor lo the Thursday wnloh Is oecomlng as maeh a date of era as Um Fourth or July. There bas been 1 stile chance lu the river at this point, and the channel to Cairo has not Improved since our last report. The weather Is clear and ooul, wltii little indication of a thing so much needed a heavy and general rain. Bales, forty cents ir barrel on flour and twenty cants per hundred on pound freight." Notice of DiBSoIutioii. mUK paxtaeraMp neretofore ex 1 iween H. 0. Jiompe aod llM. lcker, BBder the STM name of II. heretofore existing be- Ilenry Ileirta- t ILO.Uamii. a i ... is tnisaayuiawiveu urimuiii constnt. ai.f-h memoei ol the Sim alll remain at his reactive buaiuess. vis H.u llampe at Mo. . aaaiMia aue. . u-,ui-ii;a. i bh eer wl October ulllw a cot- J9j& t gj al ill j t) ilSaf Above low Changes. y- Kua. halt. reeu I in 'a. FU I In. FU In iatmic j i : s - w p.. ..... 1 .-. S 5 J si i io . I i wnaaaav.l ki , s .... Reck I 1 1 .. ...1..... . . (.hut tisuu si. oclober v. l:7i. niiNHtHID USMTORr.Iv-A vlntlm . I yootbfol impru-aence, cauftlDg premature le cay, nervoii dnhtHly, He., baviog tried in vniu evr knova remcd) , haa fonnil aimpic esir-eure.wliicn lie will wid rreelolna fellow aaarrer. Addrem J. H. HBKVKH.'TS Na8u treet New Vwr POSTPONEMENT . SECOIfD AKJD iiSLST (JKAxXD GIFT CONCElll Il AID Or THE M4S0NIC RELIEF' ASSOCIATION OF NOBFOIJr. iaV riwmrELT fixed. I. A ST CHAMCE. 'I1H18 eaterprhw la eondneted by Uie MA 1 SONIC RE1.IKK AtteOCIATION. O KORKOLK, VA., under aatboiiiyof U:e Vir ginia Iieglalatare (act paused March , 157S.) $30,000 TICKETS-6000 CASH OIFli' S2SO, TO BX UIVES AWAT1 Oaf urand Cash Ola o. um Urand Uaab lfl of.. One urand Cash 'la of Use urand Calt uift of Ose O rand Cull Uift or One Urand i'an Out 01. . One Urand Utah Ullt of la Cash Olfia or lluuo each.. M Cash Ulfts tif Jl each.. ; Cash Ullt (.r 250 each.. n Cash Gifts of m each . ttu Cash UlfU or )' eacb.. 478 Cash Olfts cif 9) each ioj cash UIIU of lit each.. 1 auxx, - 10M S.0UU 20UC 1MJ 1U.7GU 11 35.1KW 8CAHK PRIZK8, aggresxUng. .SSOJXO PRICE OF TICKETS; Whole Ttekeill(La) I qaaiter Tlekets S2J0 Half Tickets iM Wevea TkSebi31l.U0 NO INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS. This Concert Is strictly for MAHONICpar pMes,and will be conducted with the same litiersllty, honefty and falrneaa which onar acterlxed the fins enterprise JOHN L. ROPER. President. For Tickets and Circulars, atvtHi; full In formation, address HBNRV V. MOOUE, Secretary, Norfolk, Virginia. JOS LOCKE gill gU e lull particulars.:!) Halo St., up stairs T. H. LOGWOOD, ATTOENBY-AT-LAW, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. WILIs practice In tbe courla, and eKe spe cial atfeniifvn to ptrfeeUos titles m boylng, rvelUog kr leasing real estate and rent lag or leaving Louses. fc Office la (he IrYlnff Block, Tin. 251 Secouf streAt. el2S TT' IBF80TEO LIHHT. DRAFT Price rednoefl to Zi 5U nor saw. "Wo are tk Solo Asonta la Mtm. t2lia for tlio sale of Iha anove celo- oratcd andjiuUy popular Cla, and are 1"i"-"r i'""" preparea to irnppt7 isem promptly, 01 avny size froxa. 40 to SO Sa7i. IVone of fered In tkli marLe, except through tis, ore cexmlno. WICKS, TS5RY & CO., yw STJ TJnlon Street. R. F. HERRON. JAMBS CONNOR, jLate with Shane, Harris A Co EBBONiGONNOR&CO. aoceseoratoMcUee & Herronj COTTOI FACTORS AND CotuiuuiHioa SsTcrclsausJs 6 and S West Court St., MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE svLlberal advances made on consignments Bagslne and Ttea rarnUhed customers. ii aw J. W. BROWNS. s?iiM tm m mm 16 rYisfSersoa Street, EKTWTSEN MAIN AN'D FRONT UfPOHTEB AN II SEALER IN 343 SajH St.. Semphia -Terin. IS HAM. U. HARRIS. D. L. M'KISICK T. K TURLEY. HARRIS, E'KISICK & TURLBY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, So. 43 1-2 Madison Street, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE NOTICE. riiHE officers and members of the Fatliex X. Mattnew xotai Autiueuce ana rienevo lent loelety. are remeatel to meet at toelr nail on SUIIDAV, October 11th, for parade. JUl are earnestly requested to attend. " By order of the Society. oetlO COitNELIDW ROLUNB, BccreUr-. -OF LiqUOliS, B.itt-FlX'1 UKiS, Etc First Cliantery Court or Bbelby County, Ten nia in I n Ii n LougeueUl vs. A. Zauoul. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause on tbe 5ui dav of October. 1871. 1 will sell, at nubile auction, to the highest bidder, on the premi ses, to-wlt: Tbe stand now occupied byZa- UOul & io., 1 u jienipuu am i.u.iiumuu iwmi- roa4 UeiwtHOuse, Meuiihls, Teuti., ou Jfeuaj, October 12, 1S74, within 'egal hours, the following described property, itnated In ghelby county, Teun., and lu the city of Memphis, to wit: ThesUnk of goods, wares and merchandise, liquors, bar-fixtures and tbe proiwly Of every de scription at the stand now belonging to the linn oi aovui at vum miiiiiin u .. i ..i rv.,il,ii,cM innlmllnfT Uia nriv- llege ol renewing Uio lease from the Mem phis ana tnanesioa xiaurosu uimjiauj ui m suinil UOW occupied ojr piu uiw i . '". ber L llffl, to November 1, Isiii. Tarms of bute Cash. Jhls, October 10, ls7f. . K. A. COLE, C and M. By R. J. Hlaok. 1). Caud M. Jarnagin A Frayser. Attorneys. oetlO bt. Louts Properly ud Irlempltis uuil Seliua It. It. IIoiiUk. SPLBNMU fcL Louis Heatdeiiee, near busi ness, fine school and church facilities, Xetory brink, elegant iy furnislied with mar Ma BjaMtels and all the con veslences or water, bath, gas, tewcraae, laundry, stable, coal-cellar, etc., worth SaSJUl), can be traded for by Im. BMdlaiesiipllcalloti to the subscriber, on fol ini,. ir.K m.wit: U0.IKM M. and Kelma It. R. Boads, al their face; (TliOO cash and CHIO mree years nine, s per ceuu mirrau JNO. X. MKLULN & CO, aaK S10 Cheat nut street, Ht. lonls. Ho, HUUH TORRANCE. THOd. WELLF'JUD, Late wild W. A 8. Jack A Co TORRANCE & WELLF0RD Baeecaeora to Hugh Torrance & Hob, COTTON FACTORS General Commission Mercliants, IVo. IO JctreriseB Sircct, Onp. Commercial Hotel. MoniDhip, Tenn Insolvency IX "lice. Stale ol IrwHCKsbC, snelbr coanly. Office of uoaniy wntx ueric, aenipnis. 'ienn. uep teniuer 38. 174 To James A Andenson, Ad minlatratior: rj AVUfO .suggested the innolveucy of the estate of iuiwrtjoce Hanio. de&afied. vou aru hereby ordered to uv- notice, bv advur Ueetneot in home newpapr iHibltHbed willi 1b tbe said KUt., ft.Hl ailtHr al the co ft rt house door of Hbelby counij, for all persons having clalmh against "aid estate, to appear and file Uieiaame with the Clerk: of the County Court, authenticated In the manner prescribed by I ... n t.-eVuua Ik. outs. ..r It, t.,. aiwt,uMU tmixrtv mu 4ftvsi un ui Actil 1K74; ud any claim not Hied on or before said a , or before an appropnaUou ot the funds of Mild eitate is made, shell e forever barroil. wnn in iw sua eqaiiy. vvihim my nana. JAMKS RKILLY. Clerk. By T. W. MmUi, Ireputy Clerk. tet7 hu nuNdlvcncy IVotlcc, State of Tecneasee, Sbelby county OfOcc of County Court Clerk, Memphis, Teunn Sep temtier 96, 1874 To James A. AnderHin, Ad ministrator: HAVING suggested the Insolvenoy of the esbtte of Geo. W. Nelson, deceased, you are hereby ordered to give notice, by adver tise men t in sonienewsiatper published within tbe said Stale, and also at the courthouse door of Shelby county, for all persons having claims against said estate to appear and file tbe same with the Clerk of tbe County Court, aatbenticated In the manner prescribed by law. on or before the JMh day of December. Is74; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropriation of the funds of said estate is made, shall be forever barred, both in law and equity. Witness my hand, at office, tfclsSMu day of tseptember, 1871. J AM fas ItEILLY, Clerk. By T. F. Moalh, Deputy Clerk. BtS7sq Insolvency Notice. &tate of Tennessee, Shelby ooauty. Ofllco ot County uourt i;ieri.. jueiupuis, i enn oep tern ber M, 1871. To James Ju Anderson, Ail mltilstrawr: HAVING seggehted Uie Insolvency of the estate of Cn. O. Hamilton, deceased, you are hereby ordeied to give notice, by adver tisement in some newspaper published within tile said State, and also at tho courthouse door of Shelby county, for all persons having claims against said estate, to appear and file tnesame wiui tne ner. wi we iouniy vouri. authenticated In the manner prescrllied by law, on or before the -tsth day of December, 1834 ; aad any claim not filed ou or before said day, or before an appropriation or the funds of said estate is made, shall be forever barred, ii.t.li lu law ana equui. w irness my nanu, ( at office, UUs lh day ay oi sepii inner, itui. JAMES itEILLY. Clerk. liT.Ii Mtalh, Deputy t leik, teZIm ra ai pchmb ee e ap n e. m S0LTHERX PEPAR1HEST SEW ORLEANS INS CO. ESTABLISHED A.D., 1805. Htatrmrat of Ila Camlltlon Ite. 31, 1873. ASSETS. Cssh on hand J f 0,107 19 Htocksand Bonds(cai.l) mark't value) USJtH i Loans on Rond and Mortgagts 1577 10 Loans on lUalera;s. 3W22 m Iteal .Estate owned by uietmpany ;,iu Aeerned I nmrewtii-. . ,.i - ,.i ..724 fiu Jillls ltgca-lvabla . .. , rx,7f i 1 Cue from other ComrMlai, e-ln- '.' sa Total Ansets(caab market valnn ... ftTIUH SI OiiUlanjIpE'ClablTHlcH ..t(8.C8U S! X. TXTSES - J.W. HINCKS - -S. CH4LA.KON - - - - Presldant. -a - Secretary, Aaa't Secretary. Oct. UrqubHit, U, W. Babcock, A,Hchrelber. M. Payro. C T. Dugtzon, T. Ballly H anchard, Cha -. LaflUe, 1'lacldo Fui stall, Ang. Kelehanlt, i. Miiieuuergcr, W.ll.Bchmldt, J.Taye'. X- TT T TT jV TVI cfa IiOW, SfauaKera Sonfliern Pep9t( No. JO Whitehall Street, ATLANTA, UA, H. T. TOjULIWSOM, RESIDENT AGE XT, 17 Madison Street, Memphis, WHO REFERS lit PERMISSION TO Stewart, Uwynne A Co., Wholesale Uroccrs and Cotton Faetors. and 3m Front st. A. C. Treadwell .t Bros- Wholesale Urocers and Cotton Factors. 11 Union U Hill. Fontaine J; Co , Wholesale Urocers and Cotton Factors. 3. .'12 and SGI Front a'- Rice, Utlx & Co., Wholesale Dry Uocds, 319 Aiaia aw Menken Brothers, Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods. 25H. M and 2fU Main St. B. LAwenstein A Bros Wholesale and Retail ury uooas. suit -m jihiu su I. Bayliss .t: Co, Cotton Buyers and Commis sion Merchants, sw jtrrontst. All losses fairly ami promptly adjasteil nun pniu si iuis RffMiiey. ANOTHER CHANGE! FIFTH AND UST GIFT CONCBRT IH AID OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY POSTPOJEI TO NOVEMBER, 30, 1871. Drawing Citalm sit Uiat Date I LIST OF GIFTS t One Urand Cash Gift ..t250,U Oca Urand Cash Uift.. one urand cash uirt One Urand Cash Gift, One Urand Cash Gift 5 Cash Ulfts, TJax each.. iu uasn iii ls. hajuj eacu. 15 Cash Ulfta. lUUXiO each. VO Cash UlfU, 25 Cash Ulfta, 30 Cash UlfU, 50 Cash Ullls, 100 Cash ULfht, 210 Cash Ulfts, 5.000 eac 4M0 each. a,000 each. 2vU0 eacli lJXw each. iriu Lana Ullia, 1D,000 Cash Ullls, Grand Total, 25,000 Ulfts, aU Cash 2JXI0JJ0O PRICE Or TICKETS i Whole Tlcke; J Q0 00 25 00 Halves. Tenth, or each CouconM 5 00 500 00 Eleven Whole Tickets for- 224 Tickets for,..,. 1000 00 For Tickets or information, address THUS. E. nRAMLETTlS, . Asreut and Afannger. Publle Library Building, Louisville, Ky. sty For full information apply to U. II. SAMUELS; wdaw No. s Weat Court at Memphis. 0. H. TAYLOR. THOS. F. UKFIN TAYLOR & DUFFffl Comsnlsslon Jfierclaarita No. 2?8 PROKT STM XEUPHIS, : : : : : TENNESSEE SAVE YOUR MONEY. Hoy yonr Hoc ts and Shoot) al 8333Ialn sr., formerly No. lO.Jefferson. HAVE a large assortment of my own make or Roots and Shoes which 1 will sell lower than they were ever offered before lu Mem phis. Give me a call and ludge Tor yourself. ,W!1MMS&C0 COTTON FACTORS Commissioii Merchants ant Froat Street, nptalrf!. R.U.OBEB, JSO.CPKAV. JS0.AIS31.IK. obeb, nn & GO,, COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Do nun Lesion Mercliasits Xo.300 X, Commerelal Street, Cornerof Olive. ST. LOUIS, SJO. 1). K. MCRAE. W. 5IESS1CIC ME3SICS & M'EAB, ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW -OFFICE 22 Jladison Street, gemphis,Tenn. fl fl TSHFt'CT IT. il, isUBiJiiil WHOLESALE GrMOCBR. C0TI0N FACTOR AKD Comini8.sion Merchant, 338 front, cor. Union St. HAS Just reeelved and offers LOW TO THE THADE, toe following goods, viz: 400 bbls. llcilned Susar. ax) bbls. and half bbls.Syinp. 200 sacks IOo Cofleo. 100 mats Old Government Java Coffee. 5uo pkgs. Ground Coflee and Spice. 600 pkgs. Green and Black Teas. 1(M! cases Jellies, Preserves and l'ickles, overy style. 4000 cases. Oysters, Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines, Strawberries, l'csches. Flue Apples, Etc. 500 cases new Brandy Teaches and Cherries, loco pkgs. new Mackerel, luuo boxes soap, starch and Candles. 330 boxes and kegs English soda. IUO cases Concentrated Lye. 50 bbls. 1'ecaus, Almous, Cream Ruts and Filberts. aw pkgs. choice Butter and Chcew. 75 tierces Canvased sugar-Cured Hams. 500 pkEs. Whiskies, Brandies and Wines. 2 bbls. Rectlned Cider. 10u) caddies assorted Tobaccos. S00 rolls Uagglng. 1000 bundles Ties. And other articles too numerous to mention. FIRE AH MAaUHB or msmnPHXB. UaTe BemoTetl to otUco formerly oeca pied by DcSoto liank, No. 20 Madison Street. OFl'ICEBS. Si. L. MBACHAM, t Presiden A. N. MeKA, s Ties Presigent WM. A7t x: : Socrsfeirj J30ABP Or TJISECTOR-I. If. u MliACU ja.of H. L. Mcacham fi A. N. McKAV of Sledge, McKay Ot Co 8. HAKSPIKLD ) Mfcixfleld fc Uleoet WM. JOTHt'.B.of Joyn n-rnon A (ialr WM, B. GALHttCATiJ ton Factor Hon, JOHN OVEBTON, 1, Mempall J. M. PEnitiBliW, of Edmouds, Pettixre & Co. SAAO SCHWAB of Schwab B, r. HALUiB or Hollowaii, Crockett Haller. ar Takes Fire and Marine risks. Dwelling Houses and Isolated Country Slotes MAii. -elicited. lalO FLOWERS. E.S.CR&Ir&CO.'S Acrlcnllurnl Implement autt Seed liouae, 377 &. 379 MAIN STREET. Just Arrived 1000 Bushels Grass Seed. -CIVERQREEN NURSERY DEPOT, SJ7 aad JCl37i Main street. Fruit and Ornamental Trees; Shrubs and Plants, for Fall planting. Parties dtslrlng to make Improvements, nt up conservatories, lay off and embellish grounds, will do well to call at Craig's Seed Store, Floral department, and confer with Mr. E. CttAIG. bit., who can clve nractlcal cnr. UXI.0UO 7.nm 60,1100 25 J 00 lKJJttl ljiumi Z taixw ,, DujlOO HW,tWI lm issi tau encn . . i. v w 100 each 50JJOO SO each 95UAU0 D. T. PORTER. W. r. PORTER, f (SUCCESSORS TO FORD, PORTER & CO., COTTON FACTORS WHOLESALE GROCERS And Commission Mereii'aits ACESTS FOR THE CELEBRATED" CHEEK COTTON PRESS." COPARTNERSHIP r f HAVE THIS DAT ASSOCIATED WITH i mission business, Messrs. J. M. FUWUtlff ana w. J. utiAwruiiuiwno nave ocen iu my employ for a nnmberor years), under the firm name or W. U. UALBREATH Jt CO. The long-continued services of these gentlemen as my employes renders further Introduction to mv customers, and me public generally, unnecessary, to wuom uiey are uom wen auu luvor ab'iy known. Thanking my friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I respectfully solicit a continuance oi toe same to me new W. n. aAI.RREs.TH. j. H. W.L RALBREATH Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ho. 11 UNIOM STREET, Stonewall Block, (tip Stairs.) BEING now located In onr large and commodious offices (as per card above), which have Just been finished and nttetf npin the most complete mancer, we are fully prepared for business, a fair (hare of which we repectlnlly solicit. Our AI R. U ALBREATH will give bis prelusive and sneclal attention to the sale of cotton consigned to ns. and from his ions experi ence as a cotton salesman, consignors may rest tected, our -Mil- i'uaw r unit wtu nave ensrge oi we nnnuimg ana weigning ox our cotton. Liberal cash advances made on consljrnmenU, and all cotton covered by ouropen policy of Insurance. nnJcss ctherwlse instructed. We are alio General Agents fol the sale of Y! THE ONLY WHOLESALE & RETAIL M" VE HAVE RECEIVED A A It illiiiery and STEWART, D0HERTY& CO.'S Than Is kept by any house In the southwest, all personally, selected and bought from tbe manufacturers lor cash. It comprises Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Flowers, Ornaments, Silks, velvets, Etc, Etc The PATTERN BONNETS AND HATS are superb, and In endless vatletr All classes of goods are Trimmed In the latest style. We do the most select Mllllnerv trade In the citv. Our coods will be found better and cheaper than thev can be purchased elsewhere. WHOLESALE MERCHANTS will find everrthine in their line at the lowest mice;. In spection solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. J. C. WEECY. S. II, BROOKS. mmissioii AND DEALERS IN PLANTATION SUPPLIE 36T FSONT SSetwees UTaion and Crayoso, Memphis, Tenn. We are also agents for the Southern Star Cotton W. W. GUT. J. H. MoCLELLAJT. Guy, McClellan & Co. WHOLESALE AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCRASTS. Ncs. 260 and 262 Front St.. Memphis. SLEOGfc, IWcKAY & CO., Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE GROCERS ASD OOMIHISSJON HEROHAHTS, Non. aws as 375 MAJJi" STISEEOP, MES1LPMI3. HAVIHU MADE LAP.UK fURCIIASES OF BAGUINU AND TIES OF A VARIETT OF brands and patents previous lo any advance in the market. Are prepared to oiler sane at inanulacturersand Importers prices. Also, a large and well-selected slock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. Ktc, at lowest prices. W. 3r5- 3cjas.-arnj!EJ, - - Travellztei J&soxtt WHOLESALE MIR, SHOES AND HATS HAVE NOW RECEIVED THEIR FALL STOCK AND ABB READY FOB THE TRADE, AT 233 MAIN! STSEET. MEMPHIS., SEMMES &CO. SO. 297 MAIN STREET. ESp Foreign and Native "Wines, hsnchush: and SCOTCH ALES AND HAVANA Prom tne "EI Principe de HARDWARE, 284 Front St. and 299 Main St. AQZMTS GLE, NEEDLE & GABVER GOTTfiN-SHiS BeltiBg, TAYLOR. O. W. MACRAE ATLOR & ME IN THE COTTON FACTO RAOK AND COM- nrm. W. B. GALBREATH. roivtms. W. 3. CRAWFORD. assured that their interests will be well pro the CHAMPION COTTON GIN AND HTJLLER. MILLI EXCLUSIVE UNEEY ESTABLISHMENT 81 OCK OF FRENCH AND UNQLISH Fancy Goods STEWART, DOHEBLTT Sc CO., 338 Main Street, cor. Union.. S3. Mi SEEL1 S, NEELY & Cl COTTON TACTCR! -aa aw- "B mercnants STSEST, Gin, manufactured at German town, Tenn. T. a PARK. OTTON FACTOR & MITCHE DEALERS IK BRAHDIE PORTER. CIGABS. Cales" jFaetarr at Iter. Wet. i LASGSTAFF & GO. FOR- Mese, jEIc, ; I). 7.KM NHK. Zellner 38e!HAINST.i3S9 I Keep constant!! ou band the lamest a sortmeiit of tlio best cnstom-niade Boob and Shoes, and offer to sell them cheaper than any other Una In the city. Be sure and remcmher tbe plaee, 389 MAIN STREET. 389 W. BCnOOXTiSXD. Loom Hasacxb. uknkt i). m1u.bk, Husky Thomas. SGHOOLFIELD, BANADES & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers & Cotton Factors 238 FKOXT STRKET, MEMPHIS, TENHESSHa T rrE Invite the attention of bnvers t our VY LARUE AND COMPLETE STOCK OK GROCERIES, feeltoc confluent of being able Ui offer them goods lnonrllneatatlowngurea as they can be purchased In any Westeru or Southern city. We will give especial atten tion to the sale of Cotton, onr Mr. Louis Hau nter making that a specialty. Thanking our many friends for the ver; liberal patronage bestowed on tbe arm j ust dissolved, we respectfully solicit a continu ance of their favors, hoping by clos atten tion to business to merit the same. Meraohis. June 1. 1X74. '4 TJE3IDENCE AND LAND FOil SALE Xl Wlshlrg- to remove to my plantation,! offer Tor sale my residence, in Macon, with 8 acres attached. The dwelling has nine or ten rooms, conveniently arranged, well adapted for a large family or boarding houe; two cis terns anu-necessary oninonses. r ew towns in West Tennessee offer superior indncementsto those di suing the benefits or schools, eh arches and society ; has a dally mall, and la on the line or location or the M. and Knox vlllo IL R Abo, tor sale, OTK acres, 1 milts I nun Macon, with a good house and 00 acres In cultivation. Also, a tract of 21 acres, 6 miles from Macon, on the Macon and Memphis Road, and on the proposed M. and Knoxvllle R.1L Terms liberal, and prices to smt tbe times. Apply to J. 1. WILLIAMSON, oCJdiw Macon, Fayette county, Ttlin. J. H. BROWN, J. a ALEXASLEB Ccahoma county, MUs. BROWN & AEEXAIREH, COTTON FACTORS AND QENTJUAX COMMISSION MERCHANTS Boom Ro. 10 Xfaffmiila Blocb, cornet Union and Trout Mif els. sollcltei. Orders for all j kinds of merchandize, machinery, wae- ons, etc accompanied with caih or city ac ceptance, will receive careful pnwual atten tion. AIlcon8lKomentAtousand."odSRhlpped by as, covered by our open policy o jnr nrance auleta olherwlie'.instrnctede Ue r by iw mlMslnn, to German national Hank .yZ Reynold's Improveil Revolv ing Screw Cotton Press fg on ex hibition, and for sale, at 196 Slain street ; send lor circular. JO HIAKOGUE, A gent. A. VAOCAKO. B. VACCAKO. A. E. VACCUKC c. mcaaiAa. A. VACCAM o& Importers and Dealers In AND CIGARS, No. 321 Froni Htreac i Memphis. SOLE AGENTS FOB COOK'S CnAMPAHNE. IKPF.IUAt BEHEK-ALBA. rpnEnew. and only reliable and safe cure X. for Chills and Fever. Guaranteed to cure every case. Money rcturnediritfalla. Price, S3 per box. PHILLIP SPELLMAN, General Agent, octl 190 Poplar street. LOmSYILLE & NASEVILLB GREAT SOUTHER!? RAILROAD, 3CHSETJJLE: Express Train leaves daily (Sundays excepted) 3SJ0 ajn. Mall train leaves dally 12 JO pan Brownsville Accommodation leaves daily (Sundays excepted) i -2o pjn Bar No change of cars by this line for Louis ville, SU Louis or Nashville. Pullman Paiace Sleeping-cars on all night trains. For tlokets or Information apply at Ticket Office, No. 287 aa'.n Street, WBSEB ItiADISON. JOHN T. FLYNN.Snp'tMemphU Dlv, lAsn Bpxed, Ticket Acent. SOUTHERN OILWORKS MEMPHIS, TENN , PAYS THE Highest Market Price, in Cash, fob Good Sound Cotton Seed. WM. H. CLARK, the Agent of the Com pany, will visit and confer with planters in relation to their seed for the present fwod. JOHN 01. CHIDESTEK, sell General Manager. MANUFACTURER and Agent for the finest Photographic Instruments and pmest Chemicals used In Photography. All the dif ferent branches of Photography taught and complete outfits furnished. Headquarters for Photographic Supplies, And goods in that line. His newly refitted GALLERY, Cornerof Union and Main streets, Is famished with Instruments JSot Excelled by any Gallery South or West. Call and see his Photographs and other Pictures, and Mis Portraits In Oil, from small pictures or from lire. 338 Xfaln, cor. Union. Memphis. Tenn. OFFICE OF THE American Cotton Tie Co., 9To. 4$ Carondelet SL, NEW OBLEANS, Jane 1.1S74U To Dealers In Ire Cotton Ties. Plant ers aud Conn try Merchants generally : Uran.Kai3: We most sincerely tender our thanks for your very liberal support and pa tronage of the celebrated "ARROW TIE,"and hereby desire to advise you that we are now prepared to meet tbe demands of all our patrons requiring the well known irrepressi ble Arrow Tie, and other open "side slot "Cot ton Ties, having on hand the largest stock ever held throughout the Cotton States, which we anthorliesoldln any quantity un der i nil guarantee as regards quality, and at the lowest market rates. Pieced Arrow Ties at 3 cents a pound under the price of new, and guaranteed stronger than any Button or Lock Tie on the market. For sale by all dealers and country mer chants throughout the South. B. W. BATNE COOen'l Agtnls, jyll (Late Bartlett a Rayne). J. J. RAWLINUS JNO. L. RAWLINGS. J. J. RAILING. & 60. COTTOM FACTORS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants 351 Front street, Bet. Court and Jefferson, MEMPHIS. TENN. PLANTERS' BCSISESSeOHCITLD. WE have adopted, exclusively, the CASH prlnolple, which Is betterror both plant er and factor. Wo will be asitsted by an ex perlencedJCotton Salesman. All orders with cash in hand will be filled at lowest prices, free of charge. Consignments solicited. APPLETOH'S CYCLOPEDIA gtOTTlglOCl. lite Standard. WorJ of Ine Afre A Libra, ry in itself Every Family Meeds It. AN enterprUe for.Amerlcans to be proud of. No rehash of other Cyclopedias or Dic tionaries, bet wholly an American production nn In T n ft m i. , , , , .,nn no, Inn A nil r?.n. me lUlltm. auiu iaw ".v. -." uu .... subject pertatmngjo a.CyclopiedIa, and is. In every respect. Tellable. No man who wishes to keep pace wUh tbe times can afford to be without lU ' " Mr. U. Mallnm's engagements for this work, and his books, have been turned over to the undersigned, and will be ailed accordingly, J. H. FRELIGH s CO Room 7, Planters ins. Building, No. 11 Madison street. Mi 2 " 'amBBBfrwaaE K. L. OOI.IHIAUM. 1 A. K HKKIAV. V A lll OII. & Co- Zesnedar Rude 9 I IVIiolfsalc and Retail Df.iltrs in Boots il Slioes 269 1-2 MAIN ST.,- opposite Court So. a sr., MEMPHIF, : : TENNESSEE. 1 DC 5 S6 S5 2 2r s. aa:cM:uaL.EC03ir, MERCHANT TAILOR "0. 38 CMOS STREET, IS in receiptor an elegant 'dox or ENGLISH FRBNCH and noME3TH be)OD!,snliable for the season, aud Is prepared to make them to order In the latest and most approved style, and at prices as lo as any establishment south or New York. Now Is tho time, gentle men, to call and have your WinterSutls made up. Call and examine. . Remember 2fl Calon Screaf. BARTON'S DEWBERRY GOBDIAL THE snbM litters hsve been appointed acettts for the aboTe remedy, nlghly recom mended for all bowel aSectlonx; and for BUCKEYE SALVE, THE GREAT REMEDY FOR PILES, and are In receipt of a full supply or both. U. W. JONES Jt CO ly25 Wholaaal. Pmagisls. 237 Matn HAHUFACTORY, 383 MAIN ST. Immense assortment of French, Germ an & Mem phis made CORSETS. Latest styles Hoopskirts and Bunilea, shoulder Braces and Underclothes Supporters. as Prices reduced. aar Goods warranted. l.tll'lH LAMiC. MEMPHIS LADIES' INSTITUTE 213 DeSoto street. Mes. M. P. SotrrnwoBTO, prt.ini. Mhs. Fahhib P. mcGeiike, j iPrlnclpals. WILL REOPEN SKPTEMBEK TtH. FOR terms, send to either Principals for clr oulars, an 19 X. ff. STANTON. JBSdE MOORB. TINTON & MOORE, (Cst.-ibllshetl In 1813,) COTTON FACTORS, COMMISSION HBRCII&NTS, Artn DEALERS IX jPlantatiou Supplies. K0. 322 FH0ST STHEET. Coueleumenta of Cotton and lTeterxi irrodnco re pee tf ally hnlieitcd. OeSWOETB SCHOOL, frl Mount Vemon Place, BALTIMORE, M4RYLA3IO. mil E Twelfth Annual Session of this English JL and French Boarding and Day School for Young Ladiesrwlll reopen on THURSDAY, l.tn oi aepiemoer. r or circulars auuren ariSeod Mrs.H.P.LEPEBVRK,rrlnclpal. MUSIC B00KSF0R SCHOOLS. AMERICAN School Music ISeaders In 3 Boohs. Mr L.O. Emerson anil W.n. Illden. In BOOK i. which is for Primary -Schools, weh.veaihree yean' course of study, very plainly laid out, with abundant directions lo learn rv. aauaiaxe uuiuuvi ui awee. swigs, for the little ones lo sins by rote and by note. Price 35 cents. In BOOK II, the course above Indicated Is continued, aud becomes a Utile mere theo retic. The book is fitted for the use or the younger scholars In Grammar Schools. Price j cents. In BOOK III. part singlcc is introduced. and the ear is trained to harmonic tinging For Higher Classes in Grammar Schools. Price w ceuts. The m lisle In these ebarmlng and useful books was selected and arranged by the prac ticed handoi Mr. L. O. Emerson, and the theo retic pan nasoeenweii testea oyjar. iiiuen oeiore placing in me reauers. For High Schools, nothing succeeds the above Headers oeuer man -ine nour oi sing lnsr";ill. already in extensive use. If that has beeu nsed, try Choice Trios "111, a col lection oi tne oest tnree-part music. . The new Singing School Books." The ong Monarch" 75 cental. Is attracting general at tention as one oi tne nest hooks ever maue for Singing-schools. The above booxs sent post-paid on receipt of reiaii price. OLIVER DITRON 4 CO-Boston. CHAM. II. D1TSON CO, oe9 711 Broadway, New York PATAPSC8 FEMALE INSTITUTE, ssaii BALTinonif, an. rpHIS Institution has been In operation for 1 thirty-tirhiyeara. Thenumberof pupils Is limited, its location is pre-eminently healthy, la rentralwand Is easily reached by raiiroaa, iicm. uaiumore ana wasnington cities. FcxdicularsaddresR JaVBS. R. H. ARCHER, an Ssfoc! tcilleott City f. U Maryland. DIAMOND SPECTACLES Tfce?e ftpectacles are manufactured from "MINUTE LUYHTAI I'KllHLKs" melted to gether, and are called DIAMOND on account of their hardness and hnlhaiicy. Having been tested with the polariscope. the diamond lenees have been found to admit HI teen per cent, le&s heated rays than any other Debbie. They are eround with aat scientific accuracy, are tree from ciiromiUks aberratiGiUL and produce a Drigntneesnnu aisiinciness oi vision not before attained in spectacles. Alan ufactured by the Mpeneer Optical USann farlnrluff 4oiurwur. at.T. For sale by re sponsible agents in every city In the Union. Aaentfor MemphltXenntfroni whom they ean only be obtained. No peddlers employed. Do not buy a pair unless you see the trade marie -o apio SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL, 177 and U9 North Charles Street, Established 1842.) tlALTIMORE, 3D. BoardlngandDay School for Young Ladles. .....,.. 1Mr.axdMes.WjlsosM. Cast principals, funs. Gesekai. John Peorak French the Language snoken. au23 CJhancery Sole -OF REAL ESTATE, No. SS0, It First Chancery Court of Shelby county Josepbus L.BIedFoe vs. E. M.Ap persou, executor of W. IL Bolton, deceased, etc. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause on the bill day of Jnly,l$71,I will sell, at publle auc tion, lo ihe highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's o trice, Ureenlaw Opera house Bntldlnr, second street, Memphis, Ten nessee, on Saturday, October 81, 1874, within legal hours, the following described property, situated la. ahelby county, Tennes see, to-wlt: Two certain tracts of land that Lucius L. Battle had, on the 7th day of December, 1SB7, sold to B. X. HarreU, one tract known aa the Sanders acceptant, lying on each sldo of Loosehatchle river, containing 318 acres, ad. Joining the lands of Stewart Harris and others. The grant from Tennessee wlB show tho butts and bounds lor Jul acres, and the decree of the Chancery Court at Memphis of William Battle vs. John Wberry.ln which a d ecree for 172 acres was made to said "William Battle, but 69 acres was held by I. Bates as older claim, and which leaves under the decree- 11 acres, whifh wilt more fully appear by reference to a deed of gift made by Wm. Battle to L.L. Battle oa Jiarchl, 1S55, making In all SIS acres. The said Bolton deriving his title to said property by purchase under decree In Chan cery Court at Memphis, In case of Wade. 11. Bolton vs. B. F. Farrell, In February, 1863. Terms of Male On a credit of six months, purchaser to execute note with approved se. carity lien retained to further secure same, and equity of redemption barred. This Oe torero, 1S74. E.A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy C. and JL McRae, Myers ac Sneed. Attorneys. oc7 EXECUTRIX SOTIC1L Having taken out letters testamentary upon the estate ot James Hi Edrlngton, deceased, all persona having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present tame properly probated to my attorneys, Clapp AMeui.15 Union street, within tbe lime prescribed by law; and those indebteiLare reaueated to make payment. seplj N.A.EDIKGTON,liiecuUIX. Trustee's Sale. BY V1HTUEOF THE TERMS OF ADEHD of TniU. executed to the undersigned, ( inuiw,sn toeutnuay ox neptemDer, a. v. ur a. im. mmmocE. aua ui recom in the Register's office of Shelby county. Ten. sessee, in oeeu doox , page i win. on Tuesday, October 20, A. D., 1871, at the southwest corner Of Jladison and Second streets. In the city of Memphis, county or Sbelby, State or Tennessee, at 10 o'clock a. m., proceed to sell 'o the highest bidder, ror cssn. the property described ra .aid deed of trust, and the deed therein re ferred to, to-wlt: Lying and being In said ettv of Mem DM, eraintv anil Htatj. .rnra- Mld, aud more particularly daer!td aa lot i"iij-.-mii .1111 inn wm nut or mm iony three CIiudeaerlbed upon H. W. Hill's plan ot .ub-dlvtalon of lot Io nve bund red and eleven nifc as known In the manof tbe dtv or UMUpmi aforesaid, sa surveyed on the lath dav of V.hrn.rv a 11 ima (. w,itian. Craneanglneer. whleu said two lots are more 'ally described In a deed made by B. B. Wad- den, on the Uth day or March, A. D. 1S56. to J. C. Grlffln, and recorded In the Register's office qr said county and Slate, in book 33, page 7X and 74, and to which reference is now made. Title believed to be good, but X sell and convey as Trustee only, oath and bond or Trustee, and equity or redemption waived. T. L. HEP FK RIf AN, Trustee. G. F. F. Thompson. Attorney for Trustee. Trns'ee'H Sale of Lands in Bollrar Coonty, Mississippi. BY vrrtoeof a deed of trust lo W. R. Can. nln jham. Trustee, recorded In deed book pare 3ns, In the Chancery Court Clerk's or. Oeeor Bolivar county, Mbnlsppl, made Jan. nary 1, 187J, by George R. Austin and Volney reel, to secure the payment of their foururom tswy notes of that date for MOoSJia, KCTaand We respectively, payable to M.J. Wleks and B. J. Martin, tbe first of which notes has been transferred to Owen Meriwether, and by vir tue of my appoiomeat as trustee, vice W.B. CunBingham, resigned, to execute said trust. I wlU on Thursday, Soyember 5, 1874, within legal houri. ell at Ine Courthouse, in BoHvareeunty, MlsslsslpiH, for oaah.lo the high est bidder, the lorowinglands known aa theTepp place, lvin in said county, viz: Ail of sections :3 and cast of bogueFalaya, and all or section 3S, except the east half or the southeast quarter east of bogun Fa lava, all In township 2S, range 7. Said lands and the Im provements, thereon will be told for the pay ment of the first of said notes, which is passed due and unpaid, and for tne costs or tbfei trust; the balance, or tbe proceeds lo be sp oiled to tbe payment ol the remainder of said notes, which become due upon the non payment or any note. Tbe title Is believed to iwunrci, out j. convey only a. trustee. TBeae are among the best and most elevated lauds In the county about W acres cleared, a portion or which was in enHrvatloa last year. Two settlements on tbe land, also glnhoase ana macninery. nooses, siaoKS, etc This October if 74. octl MINOR MERIWBTHBR, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. nY Tlrtneof a deed of trast executed brW. D P. Deadrick to Sterling Fowlkes, aa trss- leeoi aate, iseasn asy oi July, is, ana oi record In book M. do res 448. 4. 4sfl and 46L made to secure a note of SCKH 30, executed by W. P. Deadrlck aid payable to John H. .aeoane, on or oeiore me a ay oi January, 1S7U. dated July 31. 188. with lnlere t from date, and on. which note there still remains due and unpaid about StL-; and to .xecute whlsn deed ol tra dlie said Sterling Fowlkes navragaeDanea mis tiiei twas by tne Hon orable the First Chancery Court of Sbelby county, appointed trustee Instead ot the said Sterling Fowlkes, I will on Wednesday, 14th day of October, 1874, on the premises, seU at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, within legal hours, the property described In said tract deed, as follows: Lots No. 8, 9 and 14 or a SI an of said Deadrick's lands, surveyed 1st ot ovember. Usee, by C. C Burk, and registered In Cook W, parts, pages 414. 411, 412 and IIS, and containing in i he aggregate 21 a)-160 acres, aud bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on the north line of Park avenue at the south east corner or said Deadrick's homestead; thence east along Park avenne 18 chains to a stake, the southeast corner of said lot No. II; lueuce uui liik tinny riitat augies to r-ara; avenue 11 and 32-100 chains to a stake, the northeast corner of lot No. 11; thence west- wanlly along the north linos of said lots Nos. ll.trand il to the east line of said homestead tract ; thence with the last named line 11 and 7&-MXI chains to the beginning. Atso, one un divided third part or a lot of ground contain ing'aboutone acre, owned in common and equally- by said W. P. Deadrlck, Mary E. Speed and J. Deadrlck, and bounded as rollowsr Beglnnuig at a stake where the northwest line ot Thornton avenue meets i lie south line of Alabama street; thence west with Alabama street to a stake, tbe northwest comer of lot No. 4, of the sub division of county lot No. SOS. as made by John D. Graham and duly recorded; thence soma with the west line of said lot No. 1 to Thornton avenue; thence with said avenue to the beginning, being so mnch of said lot No. 4 as lies west and north ot Thornton avenue. Title believed to be good, but I seU and con vey only as trustee. Equity or redemption waived. C. C. G RAH AM, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. UNDER tbe provisions or aceitaln deed In trust, made to me on the 4th day of April, 1S74. and recorded In the Register's office ot Khelby county, Tenn., In book No. W, page Kfi (to wnicn reierence is maae lor tinner ae tails), 1 will, on Tuesday, the 27th Day of October, 1874, between tbe hours of H a.m. and 2 p.m-, er pose,at pnbUesaie,tothe highest bidder, for cash, the sale to lake place at the southwest cornerof Main and Madison street, in Mem phis, lenn. the following lots of ground, sit uated In said city of Memphis, ana described as follows, to-wlt: Partot lot No. 571. begin ning on the east side of DeSoto street 57H feet south of the alley between Madison and Mon roe streets; thence south with the east line of DeSotostreet2feet; running back eastwardly between parallel lines 143 10-12 feet to a stake. Also, one undivided half Interest in lot No. 386, on the plan ot Memphis, beginning at a point on tbe east side of Second street 74H feet south from the southeast corner of Second and Washington streets; thence southwardly with the east line or second street TIM feet to the north line of the alley between Wash ington and Adams streets; thence eastwardly with the north line ot said alley ltsa feet to the west line or the alley between tircund and Third streets; thence northwardly with the westllneof said alley 7V, feet to a stake, the dividing line between lots 3j and 338; thence westwardly along said dividing line 115 feet to tbe beginning. Also, a part of the subdi vision (F) F of original country lot No. SCO. be ginning at a point on the south side of that portion of JeUerson street lylna east of the seoplili and Charleston Railroad depot grounds and east of Laudtrdale street leet trom tbe Intersection of east line of country lot No. 5U with tbe south line of Jederson street, being the northwest comer of the lot heretofore conveyed by R-C.Brtnkley et ai. to W. R. Bison ; thence west with the south line of Jefferson street 73 feet to a stake; thence southwardly at right angles with Jef ferson street 148 feet to an alley; thence with said alley 78 feet to the southwest corner of said Rlsonvlot; thence northwardly with said Rlson's line 14H feet to tbe beginning. By the terms of said trust deed all right or equity of redemption Is barred, and the title is believed to be good. I will convey as trus tee only. R. A- PARKER, Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE. BY virtue of two trust deeds made byT. C. JEIasthamand James Archer, to ihe under signed, respectlrely. ai trustees, on the 7lh day of November, 1&, which are recorded in book No. 73. paes 323 and of the Register's records of Shelby county, and Btate of Ten nessee, made to secure ceitain notes, which are unpaid, we will, oa Fridays the Gth or ioYcnber, 1874, in front of the office of the Western Union Telegraph company on Madison street, be tween Main and Wecond streets, Memphis. Tennessee, between the hour of 10 o'clock: a.m. and 4 pjn r elLfor cash, u-tne highest bid der, the interest of the eUte of T. C a&tham In tne following dascrlbed property lying in said county and State, to-wlt: 237 acres on the Mississippi river, fractional range 9 and fractional' sections 3 and 4; begin nln? at a stake from which south 12 east IS links to a cottonwood marked W. IL, Wm. Bateman's tsouthwest corner of bis 200 acre entry on the eastern margin of the Mississippi river, known as the Chute of Island W; thence with the meanders of said Chute south 2 east 10 chains : thence south 9 easi 5 chains: thence south 5d east 5 chains; thence south lo east a chains; thence south IQP east 3 chains and 50 links to a stake, from which north '3P east iO links to a sycamore marked J. II. T.; thence east 5 chains to a large blackoak, A. Ill ockl edge's northwest corner of his ;W0 acre grant ; thence south 88 east with B J octl edge's west boun dary Hne2 chains and 50 links to a sweetgum marked WJ.;thence north 4Z chains and 50 links to a sweetgum marked W. J.; thence east il chains and 25 links to two elms marked W. J.; thence south 43 chains and 50 links to a stake and pointers, Irwin's corner; thence east 1G chains to a stake and oak pointer: thence north pawing through a lake at 5 chains 11 chains dlasonalir. in all TS chains: thence west passing a long pond at 2 chains 250 links, 110 links wide, passing Barton's southeast corner at 25 chains, in all SI chains and SO links to the beginning. Equity of re- aempuon is war Yea. xiue Deiievea to oe perfect. II. 15. MARTIN, Trustee. W. 1'. MARTIN, Trustee. Wilson fc Beard, attorn eya. octl Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust made to me as trustee, on the 9tHh day of September, 1671. by D. B. Molloy and Ellen I'.Molloy, his wife. lor the namose of secnrlne the navment of two notes, and Interest, mentioned In said deed, one for 16JXI and the other for 83500. wnicn deed has been duly recorded in the lleeiater's office of Shelby county. State of Tennessee, In book No. 81, page 'JJ7, 1 will, on Saturday, 7th day or XoTcmber, 1874, at the southwest comer or Main and Madison streets. In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, sell, within legal hours, at pubUo sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the property described la said trust deed as a lot or parcel ot land, with Improvements thereon, situate, lying and being In the city of Memphis, county of Shelby, and State of Tennessee, viz: Part of block No. 67, in original country lot No. 433, on the south side of Union stieet, beginning at a point about 2tc feet east from the Junction ot union and Second streets; thence west with the south side of Union street 9 feet, more or less; thence south 1X0 feet to an alley; thence east with said alley about ii9 feet; thence north no feet to the beginning. The beginning point in this description and the eawt boundary of said lot will extend to and Include the middle or the division wail ol the double tenement brick residences conveyed by Joseuh IL Williams to said D. B. MoUov and C. w. Fackler, respectively; said lot and premises hereby conveyed being the same conveyed by said Williams to said u. B. Moi loy by deed dated November 15, 11X0, and re corded In tbe Register's office of Shelby coun ty. In book 47, page 28. The title to said property is believed to be good, but I sell and convey only as trustee. uciooer&.i34i u. w . u .ua.r.r, imsiee. CHANCERY SALE -OF Heal Estate. No. US, B. In the First Chancery Court of aneipy county, uennescoo J.n. Anoington, Adm'r, etc vs. J. B. Abbtngton et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale entered In the above- eaose on the Mh dayof Juiy.lk?), Iwllisell,at publle auction, the highest bidder; In front of the Clerk aud Master's offloe, iireenlaw Operahouse Build ing; Second street, Memphis, Tenn., Saturday, October 31i 1874, within legal hoars, tho following described property, situated In Shelby county, Ten nessee, to-wlt: And In the 16th civil district of said county, which is bounded on the north by tbe lands of Harrison Irby and the heirs of John La gan; on tbe east and west by William A. Low- ery ; on the- west by the lands of Davis BlggSvl and is also described as lot No.:. In the diviT slon of tbe land of Peter Peterson, deceased : amonjr his heirs it being; the same conveyed by William E. Gibson and wlfeto James Bigs'. Terms of Sale On- a credit of 8, 12 and is months: notes with approved security: lien retained to further secure same, and equity of redemption barred. This October 8, 1S7I. j. a tuba, uers: ana Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy C and M. T. B. Micon and C. W. tTaxer, Attoraeys. kuvatbi Medical IDispsnsarr1 fio. S7 Jefferson Street, Between Main and Front Row, jrejfTHiaXJIJh. Established In KJB0. D X. JOHNSON Is aelciiowledceel jedajeaflaar. ' ties interested, as or far tbe l tnl Physician la tbe treatmeat of mlali or secret disease. Quick, thereaah and a Si at a. ouu eoree znaranieea u.uij oa. zemaie. ttacent cares or miaaaiutai lis cured in a few day, 'mercury, ehanse or diet business. Heeondai yHryhWIff wieaaeSV voiuntarr loes of time. aoSerers from las sexual Uflmr nulnnrt Ia I weeks. VleUms of seiaBBss venery, sussnng from or pnysacal and mental power, i pwiii.nmarBerwi. Partlcaiarattenuoii paid to tee rttli aiau . Women, and cares goaraateed. ' Throat and ing Utseasas oared hy ramadiea. A II maMnSm. - ff ,,Mn-. MedMSM sent Iry exmreas to aa wuat.tB uaiee noun rrom 3 aaa.tai tromzteaui. i Pdaw B.n.Jommom M.sV CHMCEBY MAX.B -OF- VALUABLE REAL BSTATS, Xeni2i.Kr?i,Chn7. Cmmn Shelby eomaty-j. p. Finnic at al sa. P. e.asawi B ITJU?!..!. uteris ailwy dears, to mb day of Jon. U74, j .Brir Clerk and Master's oMee. Ilraaaiaa Saturday, 8oteber 13, WM, within legal jsoara, tae tail property, sltnalod In Sbeiav Me.. lA-wtt '" l I 5. four mtlaa eastward or th. elBr winlalnlM . . more or leas. beta. . nur . of Owena farm tMae&An tHMsaat ay P. ewia ,.A.aa. Liwen aad 8. P. Walkar omctnning on Uie wnta aide oT Caa n.ani Roost road at its liueraaettoa wtUsOlayOTe. nue; taaae. with said nr n KsiiiilTUJl an eastwardly or imuieearaataly drreettoti to a stake at the cornerof BsskaTsaaM oaVoie eeraer of a lane known as OweaaewuV thence with said lane or aveaae about 2 eeains to lu Intersection wttk Waskar ava aae; taeeee with Walker avenne mSmntii to Otey aveaae; and thence with Oley aveaae to the beaynoiac on tbe Plasoa iteeat read. Aiaovaoother tract ol land daacribsat fol low.: Beven aad one-half (UJSi iwnaajatn iE Fort Plekenng. known as tSr tMveaasht () aere tract, tbe Wright thru aaattartSi aere tract, aad the Dovai, Alaea07 tan iohalr (2vg aere trac bSSeaa the north by Broadway or old Ken Fsaauslni railroad, on tbe south oy Jaeaseo atnaLon theesaVtby De. Gilbert aad Wetssartaiiaad on tbe west by Main and Tints, ill i imT "nnj nroperty to be Mbdlvlded aad asM il Terms of Bale On a credit of 7 aad 12 5??nthj S? seeariay; uen retained oatll aaeaeare patd. Mtmur it ra demptlon barred. r gf ra. v . I . araaTsa , xJm L, eHIIX wpf nmea A Ponton and L. V.DUaa.Aniiiiajn OF VALUABLE RIAL E8TATt No. 377, N. R-First Chaaeery " f "belli j county Catherine Meath vs. P. a. Ttea la 5y virtue of an lnlertocovory aiumj for sale entered In tbe above eanaaeai m. iau, . u. or June, 1W4, 1 wlU sail, ai publle aaenoa, u the highest btdder. in fro of lb. Clark aava Master. orsee, Greenlaw Opera Heose Baild lng. Second street, Mempbia, Tenn-. On Saturday, October 17, 1874, within legal boars, the following ileanlfcas property, situated la Hhetey oomniy, Tanna. see, to-wlt: certain real estate lying about bar mil.. eastward of the eity of Mempbia, 'Brins: ojr muiuwiKi auiu i.a acres, laimi or lass, being a part of the sabmvtataa iar Inm..-. farm, heretofore bought by P. C. Betaal of F. a. ana ai. uwen aua . r. waiawrr i on sue wain awe or me nsaan wnosl its Intersection with Otey aveaae; with said Pigeon Roost road in an iiaatwa illj or southeasterly direction to a stake at the comer or BetbelVi dekt on the eonMr oi a taste xnown as uwes'a avenue; tnsnae with i laneuravense aoout A9 cnarns to tat ma tlon with WaUxeni aveaae: Walker's avenue westwardly to Oiwr a and thenee with Otey avenne to the fc-f"-e; OU Ul. flljTOCl AW. 11MM1. Also, anotcer tract ot land aoanrtsul as lai iows: 11 acres adjoining Fort Pickering, knawn aa the Given 8 aere trasu the Wright threewiuarler i 1 iraet aad th. umL Ataan Co.SK acre tract, boundwl oa thvotanbtoy nroauway or oia ronv ricaanng suuireaa; en tbe soath by Jaekaoa strM: on the easthv Dr. Gilbert A Wooidrldae, aad oa tbe weal ar Main and Ninth strews; asM property to be subdivided and sold aeeoroncty. Terms of Male Ou a credit oi Mvaa aad twelve mi ntha; notes with approved aittea; lien retained no loruier tawae, aaa sueuy ot redemption barred. This 1 Uipiaaaa nr it, B74. K. A. COLE, Oerfe asm Jaastar. By R. J. Black, Deputy C. aad at. Humes Poston and L. V. Ptaaa. Att'Tn. CHANCEEY SALE -or- TaluaMe Seal JSstele OXSiTURDAY, 0CT0BEB SI, 1874. No.577,R.rL-In the ! of Shelby county. Ti vs. Henry Rembert et ai. BY virtue of a deeree of sale aaate In this cause by the Uuscad Cbnaisiy Oaan. I wlU sell to the highest Malar, la front of -t Second Chancery COortreeat, etty af Meat phis, Tennessee, on Saturday, October 31, 1874, within legal hours, the lulleulag ilailiilliail real estate, to-wlt : A certain tract of land allailii, lyiaaj and being In the ooauty ol Shelby aad Sua. of Tennessee, containing absat on. haadred aad fifteen acres, being the aoathweM corner of said s. . Kemberta original tract of sixteen hundred and sixty acres oa BU Creek, In the third civil district, lnbertssd by him trom bis father, Andrew Reinsert: jtagmalng at the southwest earner of said odainal tract, which is the nurthwe-t earner of Thomas Isswtlnas' tract, and In the west Uae ot the Oouglaas tract; thenee east with saM Rawlhajs tract to the corner of John Steel's on handled aad fifty acre tract lately 'okl to turn by said itaai bert: hhsm north with said steers westiln. seventy-three chains and twenty -six links ta the north line of tbe one hundred aad fifty acre tract lately sold by said Rwe bert ta Hugh Rose; thence west with said Bote's MUth llne tolhewestllneof said S. .4. Bern bert "s oaigtBal tract; thenee south with said line seventy three chains and twenty -six links ta the be ginning. Terms of Sale On a credit of nix sad twelve months, purchaser executing not. with ap proved security: lien retained, .aasusrot re demption barred. This September 11, ISM. M. D. L. ffnCWABT, dark aad Massar. By Geo. Mailery, D. C. and M. Metealf Herman. soj.M acaaclaiaaal CHANCERY SA1E No. SBS, J First ChaBetr Cnwaf-O. Jblhy county Samuel H. Joaes, ai-wa awoart sale, entered In the atsvs asas. earana 'J 2th day. of Jane, 174, aaatmuamaa -aaswjr; IK4, i wilt sou, at puau. .11 i -tii.hMt ii.!.iu. ,n front of the uant aaw. Master ofilee. Greenlaw Oaerah. OasmhaaaMsa Ins, Second street, Memphis, Saturday, October 24, 1874, within legal boars, the following described . . ... uiuih. Aftnntv. Teaaas- pniJKll,MlU.M Jw- ' " ! certain tract of land lying and betng In the sixteenth civil district of SrTS'iSSli bounded on the north by the lands ol spay White and Dennis O'Brien, deeeasea, oa east by the land of T. H. 2;m2? south and west by the lands of Hayaes. be ingthesame upon which t"u JfT sided on the lith of SeiHcmber, ? many years oeiore; i-u - . . . cludlnx from said biwtmarw. above, heretofore sold to -MJOIa?JL; S3 acres sold to Mrs. Ifleh Jeswlajt a balance of SCO acres In the tract, inelncune; an improvements. twutaa Teems or 8Atx.-On a credit of six, twesaa and eighteen months, riorehaserja prrm notes, bearing hiterest at loijsreaas. nana date, with two good and solvent f""" retained to further secure same, aad uiBay ai redemption barred. This, September 30, lHl. c A K By R. J. Biac& D. C. and H. Smith, Scott A Jeflereon, attorneys. . . . i n. i.urf i X x virtue ox an orue, - . XJ as Trustee, on tne -i ." T.L : and recorded in the T-SL coimty.Tennessee. lubook o. -aj. lo secure me paj mw ' " Is now due and unpaid, I will, on Tnesdar. 20th day of Oetober, 1874, within legal hours. In front ofaw belli .i occupied by the Western Unjeai "TSiS company, on Madison sirees. and Second streets. Memphis, Tewiawe, onsa- sale, ror easn, a -------- it. r described real estate lylus "t d SUte, and on the sonm?-yr ton street. In the city or Janoj-g 7r ginning at the northeast ej i -TpJ! Srmerfyownedaudp g iSSSSSSi " teepee west mj rarVne 1 Tf eei f5SJSlr equity or reampia" - . r us deed. TlUe believed to be perfect, "ia convey onfl yrTpfa-m Tnatee Trustee's Sale. Thrinday,15th dI of October, 1874, ,in.nrTntee.EeU at pahlM aasMasbtolM highest bidder, for "f! tae pro- fo?tne Purpose. UeralnBio ty described In aKl. 'S-XaTt of the Beginning as west una ereeaasy IUgCreeki and in thewu- lot Ml, three hundred "15W nnlllah from a stake in Wifitne east sate ef road at its lnterjeeUonwIta the Big Creek ad; al seveanr-nVe west line ofeoanry nk8a.easttwlioTi feet to a stake; thence norm UM m.tl dred and two feet "."JS.; theaea ra seventy-five feet J So-BlMii.g it wardlytothebeginiiH frluithewe?-' ae Estate an fT ity-eve thereof, two n2i iSeeoter r and ten tochee from , "SctVea wntl s Raleigh road at '"JJrdlfVtth l- a avenue: thence wertwaroir deed from sehooiae" MtUIU a and two and feet asaa; " ' 'r- s ; cooLt "ne of TOo avenne, but I seIIB. coii- "TTKSHS ta be nuity of redwaptKm jiueunu. - vey omy a. "-VyV, wXtLJlEBAN15' xroaee. oaxreu. levaaBMp ui aeat tata asees tilliillnaa. lass. BsateHSaia aant loas "RY virtue ol LdsSS2rtstt!laSS D aa trustee by W. A. 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