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THS' MEMHPIS- JJAlTLTT PPE!A.L--T:irjaSJA.Y. BEGEMBEE 1, 1874.
I FINANCE 4.ND TRADE. Obr opbwn BEvnvf of the past week ipftted the price of middling at New Ytnk at Hie, at which it has remained all week. New Orleans quoted Uie, but ma Monday advanced to 14ic, an ad vance daring the week of Jc Liver pool quoted 7j4, but on Friday fell to 7 ll-16d, a deoHne of 1-1 6d during the week. Memphis quoted Uc, and re mained at that figure throughout the week. The above statement 6hows prices stoed'y except a Might decline in Liver pool, the weekended, however, with the maffeets drooping, and prices, in some of the markets, nominal. The advanc ing taadeaoy ftat prevailed during the former part of Mie month has been ar retted, mmI the principal reason is con Hawed high receipts. Up to this time the feMtag ffln recelptSj'80 confidentlypre dteted by short crop estimators, has MM to develop itself. The rivers are beginning to rise, and what) the smaller streams come up the fnH receipts will necessarily continue for awhHe. Tho consequence of all this it is easy to understand. The following from Watts & Co. '8 Liverpool cotton re port will show the effect on the other xMe the ocean. After speaking of the taBnre of new of frosts in the south Having stopped the growth of eotton to materially atlect the market there, the refrort goes on to eay : "But we are not autprteed this should have made no im ppteaten on our market, in the face of declining prices io America and the con tinned large receipts at the ports. Prices m me American marceia are now near er on a pari tv with Liverpool than at this period lor some years: and this apparent want or coaMence on teat side lenas til racrlr to discredit small or even moder ate erop estimates. The future course of ow market will doubtless mainly depend oa the receipts at the American ports. Should these receipts for thn next three or few weeJts te esme pro's e as large or larger tbaa during the corresponding we oho of last year, and thins lead to in creased estimates of the erop, it m lvot improbable prices here will temporarily be farther depressed, hut it is bcbemiaK more and more apparent every day that an American crop of fully four million bales will be required tit supply the wants of the world, and book! developments point to less, there would doubtless be a sharp upward turn in prices. The prospects fu? supplies of other eon rees than American are not ao favorable bow as they were o ae year at." It wiH be observed that there is eee crumb of comfort in this extract the English want a four miliion-bale crop for their yeat' supply; any Import ant deduction from that amount of the American eotton crop will doubtless (tire "a sharp upward turn to prices." Daring the last week the demand for river bottom, long staple cottons in our market baa been more deeided than ever. They give a better price than cor UMpnnitlng; grades of upland grown, those etasces of cotton being neglected. This teaaaad becomes more striking tryyeart aad t is probable that in tb eottrenof time uplands will be most ly devoted to other crops than eotton, aod ttee lower hunts that produce the longer staple have a monopoly of the cotton growing boataeee. Cotton-planters will nod it wottn weir wnue to ts.se into consideratioa 3k$i$ stv the former quotations, Tjd, with sales of 12.00Q bales; Sales 'In our market amMntedj foTlgOO mU and were at the foUpwmE'prfcegfflsStoed nt flf8I good ordinary at j&jMft& low middling at 13j:13 9-ltte; wfdilllni? at 13iHic. Thefollowing areUie-ollluial quotations of the eotton exchange: Ordlnarr flood ordlnarr. low mtddlltis.. Middllnc . Oood middling- miU! The market was quiet; antes, 15(Hi bales, of whioh exporters tooMOujhpiii ners 000, ami speculators 1W bales. 114. 1X73. JB. Rf-oelpts yesterday 5,tt ,5u Receipt same day last week. 1,S S,W an Receipts since last rr.uay 7,7n: n a bjm iteceapissameuuieiastweeK Qti ,1Q4 7,vti iteceipis same time wees oe Sfore. 7, Receipts since Sept. 1. ...1 Stock on hand. Hhtpments this day . 1, Rallrds-north,4l'iotiai, ji River BO'h, 4S! ; s'tb. s Mil 1 XI MV i am VI W 1,7 3 ll'I.SSn The following from the New York Bulletin, of Saturday, shows the condi tion of things in the Kew York market: "There is scarcely any market for 'spots,' and the position for the day has been void of interest. A few small purchases were made on ordinary outlets, but buy ers generally were quire iMirnwreni, uu few hilts (wild he obtained on aBV con siderable quantity of stock, the wants of manufacturers Keeping iu,l low auu exporters having, as before noted, pur chased pretty freely at the south on pressing orders, and now rinding the Liverpool telegrams dull and weak. Holders still manage to prevent any sur plus ottering, and a consequent pressure to realize; hut the supply available hag been more than sutlioient for all wants. Prices are t)fllalHy quated easier, without changing figures, but are full high, and would undoubtedly have to he reduced to attraot trade. For future delivery there has been no very great variation in values, but a weak, stack tone was noticeable 'throughout, especially on the near-by maturing con tracts, under the continued free Issue of notices, and very little interest ap peared to be shown outside of those en gaged in changing oil and settling up outstanding engagements, foreign ac count tame, and receipts full and U11 exerting a depressing influence, and few operators can be found willing to invent. At the close there was a alight turn for the better, and prices ruled fairly steady, but no buoyancy nonceaoie on any month." The financial smtAnoN is still one of quietude. More money hai been wanted of the banks, because there has been a disnositlon to hold cotton. This has changed the. extreme easiness of money seme time azo to an approach to stringency in some cases, but there is no want for all necessary purposes, xne banks favor customers at 10 per cent. Little is done in the way of loans on the street, where the terms are li(s- psr ci nr. per month. Esrhauge bag been, offering liberally; the rates remain pre cisely at former flgnres. An attempt nas been niaae io put exenaoge on -New York and the east at 1 or ditcaunt, but It failed for the present, and we still quote rew l orK ami other eastern cities at i discount buying; where three days' grace are required, J; on New Orleans, J; sell ing on all points at par. Gold is still on the advance, quoting in Sew York at 11:3: Here it was tuKen at nut, wttn a willingness to pay more for large lots, if any offered. The 2Cew i'ork Bulletin, November 23th, reported: " Yesterday's this aspect of the cotton I tooK out i,400,bwi m gold, and trode. Kotwittoraadtog the persistent arrival of large aooucts of eotton, the opto toe is universal that the whole crop of the aeaaon will be little enough to Mppiy U the ealia rive re will be upon it, aiif tiey expect this fact tc became spe cially evident when the eastern mills re adme Ml tiro and increase their pur chaes accordingly. The present price or otMbb is therefore regarded as low, ami a hug proportion of the eotton that ban twee psrebased up to this time has been oa speculative ac? unt. This opinion ewses meet of those who can bold wtt of the market to do so, and the . hun complain at mereaslDg prepare upon tnem lor money to earry cotton. This, as we nave seen, is not done in a mmWiiint degree to ssstaio priees. The faitare to do K) becomes the more evi dent wbn we remember that geld, whiek vat X)W at the opening ot the sewiM, w aw 1131; under thecirenra naneas K a anarp rise in gold in the last week or tw., for cotton not to ad vance is actually to decline. . Tae etmrse of oar market during the week has ben as follows: Monday market M1; only long staple wanted; date, 19C0 bates; mUdtteg, 14e. Tue Jay demand improved; expscters more active; sake, SH30 bale; mNklHng,14ic. Wednesday holders firmer, and off' r iocs res'rieted; sales, 1700 bales; mid lilhur, llo. Tbors-day no market; Tban&BKtvhkg day. Friday active for river eottone, both spinners and export ers baying freely; sates, 3000 bales; mid tiling. lic. Satnrday -rain and gloom mUriered with basiness; New York heavy an J dU; cotton in our market lower to seD; quotatleui nominal; sales, mm bates; mMdttng, 14tc. The following table shows the com parative weekly and total receipts at the L'nited States seaports up to the dates Mtnexed: there will probably be a oonside-able shipment to-morrow." The New York BervUd of Friday, referring to financial S3 5QM; fancy 5$. Bale of J10 barrels at.o,aud400 ab 3S 76,. Home beau ties aud Xew York pippins. ( ommon.Iu store) $1 0IW Bh as Nothing oirerlug; iu store, s23 Bbanb Medium, S2ia 40; picked navy, S2 75. Botthr Per lb., for choice, SS3Sc; mmitnni. 25A2So: Inferior scarce. BuitDBus1 Matkbiat Lime, jer bill., JH 40. Corneal, llosedale. 5 b&; Louisville, oomtuou, 2 So. riaster, S8 50. Fire-Briok,perlU0,96fe5 50. Hair, piftsterors', per lb., oc Buckwheat Fuion Porbbl., 9 50. Bauko STOPF8 Bagging weak at 18e for i n. and 13c for2J lb. Twine, per ff.., 14fi)16o. Ties, per lb., 08o for spliced old, to7TJofor regular patterns of now. (aiBBBE Fair demand at 16lCo for chedder, facloiyanti western choice. Cotton YApsn Quiet; No- 400, 10c; 'n. SH0. 14e: Ifo. flTiO. Hn: No. 700, 10c Cidbr Missowi cider, per bbi:10 50 12; fiair bbi., w .-oMo on. Cabbage Market ure with gcod in quiry. ' veTjhkv 1 sr doien, wra.oc. CRASB8uiH-Ber bbl., $1312 50. Ciiasrs'trm-By the bbL 32 58. C0RK-Salearf3Back8, In poor order, at 8S0; 8-ic oirered for 60 sacks good; for 40 sacks ear corn 85e was offered. Corsmkai. Verv little demaud at S3 90; a round lot of 150 barrels sold at $8 85. ()OOAKtTS Per 100. $7. Egos Sales at 39f27c per doKeu. Fi,oir Medium to choice, ?57 50 per bbl; inferior grades held higher. Drird Fruits Apples, 6G; peach es, 5j(8;; few offerings. Dkibu Bbrf 14(S)15 i. Grits Per bbl., SO 25. Fish Mackerel No. 1 bbls., $1416; half-hbls., 7; kits, $1 50; m?ss, Kite, $2 2V.2 .j0 No. 2-hbls., $12; half- bbls., m 25(36 50; lei's, $1 2n. JN'o. 3 large !Ws., 1 "lOfell; half-hbls., $5 75 (Mil Kits. I liul l. White rtfl.JSO. 1. hBlf-bUa., $F 2.-.;famiIy$l 606. Ood, in bexSn.'paf lb., mSiiQi (toneless, c. 3wwiw, Smoked, 5Qor roe herring, half4iil., S4 50. unobanged, and a strong except for breakfast bacon, which is in large stock-aml weaK. URMlaMB Hard' refined wliite su gars, lTJ12e; soft refined, yellow and white, sViillfc: hogshead sugars, lOffl lite; olariiletl yollow.nsw.&ifSllOlc; open l. . ... .1 . .. tctnvth. 1. 77. 1 . i . - rHnM 1 uciur, jit37yuyiuc, uiiuic; nfiifrc,iicw, ilfcjlljc - ilulofSsa and syrup per gai lonin barrels, SOfSffj?, as "In quality, including Louisiana new, which is scarce. Tea, as in quality, o0cte$l 25. Mlc7iQSiat Coffee Rio, per pound, inferior tnducy, 10AMc; Java, S885c. Sait, perstilil.,1 domestic, jl 00 2.. Soap Herman, per pirmd, oi(a)tf!. I'an J!M,17ijlSa. SutuT tioz.bott.ef.per doz., $15 i$W 2 or. , 3TO W)f)ll-50; tins, I oz., $505 25. tiodu, ojwjc, in kegs; in box es, OjfSCrc. atan-h, 5(g)6c Hidbs, Bro -Steady; buyers ofllriug! prfeef as annexed : Hides, flint, 18ffiI9s: dry salted, 1516c; green salted, S 9.-; green, 7c; unsound hides, S3 per eent lower. Deer skins, dry, 3U3tc Sheep skins, $11)1 50. Wool, as iu qual ity, 155uc. Tallow, 78e. Beeswax, 28c Hominy Per bbl., 25 AV Choice in store, S27; prime, S2a; sale., of two car-loads Arkamas prairiet$MU Kratit New m store) ?sio per barrel. Lrvrj Stock Cattle, first quality, at IJH-i gross; seoond quality; 3S(3jc; tiiinl quality, 2ij,2j'"; grazing, li2o Shaepi first quality f4 51)0 per head; preferred, 42; Harlem, 1S0J; Hnrlcm preferrcil, 12-: Miciiigan intrai, 77 Pittsburg and Fort Wayne'r; North 'wpstnrn. 441: Northwestern nrefonral C2: Bock Islnud, 10o; New Jnteey furred. 02: Wabash, 31,: Wabash, ti re ferred, 41; Fort Wayne, 95; l'erro HaUte,110J;Terr6Haute, preferred, 125; r?liliai.n nuil Alton. 1011: ChlcAVn nml Alton preferred, 107; Ohio audMifsls sln! fllBvel.anil. I Vilnmlina nml Cincinnati, v2; Burllugton and iuincty, IDS; Lake Shore, Chicago, Col umbus and Indiana Central, Ul; Illi nois Centtftl, 95J; Luh'u Pacific, 56k Central ruviuv uouus, vjj; union vtx clflc bonds, 02i; Delaware and I-aekn wana, 100. COTTON' MAKKI2T& secotrd quanty, 804. Hogs, first matters in London, says: "The notable I quality, 7C8c Horsei ?1 10175 for feature of speculation has been the move ment iu gold, which baa of late shown such steadiness as to elicit mere than ordinary attention. The caubes that have promoted the advance are of both a foreign and leeat na ture. The rise of the rate of 1 discount in the bank of England, the voixl saddle horses; for driving horses, $125145; for dim; horees,S75C&90. Mules, SOO&Ha-ror WM haul) bigtr; $U0f4 145 for 1140; $1451B6 tor lotgits hands. The market for cattle is fairly active. Horses and mules are dull but an arrival of stock makes more move ment than would otherwise have exist' return of American securities, their sale or siiiep there is a good demand in this market for fareurn account, the lor cnoice Weak. Ma-TO m-H MK-Tt, W1-T2 TT! 7 nML4. Total. HeaLU TaUl ial Toad-. I ! i MM site. Oct. I. at l)U OM.S). 3tev.C Tcl ratal.... Nm.a issa xusn vt tfm mje VKjm 31.1 u 70.7VB sni,m MSSW MM HUM t.ir 9.JW Total. UMJM Total . 1277.00 JUKI sax tn m.tn up. m&r avss; TiJM tUMt SOS72 23,ij5 i-tw mjsu st..7 mme. Tusvt Ms,1 aw mjm sew sica 41.1114 :72,3c S)I,7W 1U.IO S7,4lk StMi m.TJo, Jv.fz. 3711,711 ulm S4.189' m,m mj&st mzs:- m,ia HF.ISSi JowMO uOt 742w 571 Mi alalia HaSe 1S,7U7 104,494 7vw wssa &sv 7tm mjszi m,m wt?a i .,m sadgia.' 7,1 ttm 12s7 131.4ZC 121.12!. 140.817 W74-6 ,U,7t& 907,72(i 9W.7I1 Beceipts in Memphis during the week nalmx riMin aggregated 16.395 bales, againat 15,09 bales the previous week, and 19,138 bales the corresponding week last season. Tae total receipts since repteaber 1,1874, are 123,112 bales, against 106,436 at the corresponding time lat season, showing an increase of 1S.6S7 bates. Qrtnnaonte ilnriBg the week ending Friday aggregateL10,lS6 bales, agilnst Id 004 bales the previous week, and 15, 102 the corresponding week la&t season. Total shipments since September 1st are 89,850 bales, againstS 7,370 bales the same time last year, an increase of 2130 bates. The stock on hand was 41,083 bales, against 37, SSI bake last week, and 2S.6S4 bales at tbfo time last year. Sale anting the week were 9500 bales against 10.700 bales previous weak, and H,ttM the oorreponding week last tool oc. Of the 9500. bales taken this week, tap nrtera took 3400 hales; mnnnim. 4M9 b&iex; tprcnlators, 2000 bala. The foUowing statement, compiled franiar aiMalal reeonk, shows there-.-eiaaj, shlpasents, sales, dosing prices and average price of cotton at Memphis for each week since the present season opened. From last year's price of mMdttng i? to deCiuc4d,toage4fAifote tbe value wttfc. the new elassineatkMi : f1 MMtMakar mjii 11 xc IUlli ir . ulrtir oetoiwr ociaag 1.C7 S.1M 5T t J U552 1.71D t r i P si ? Uiwi K .'MM 14.7 3jm Ob, vtJ n.tt Ldlr 1144, tjm, MT 13 IB KOi . 7 7t 4,131 ,7W 14 14J1 It ( urn 7.1M, Lau, 14k n.13 is.48 . M...'ll m, ..- 7.Me' lt. UMilUM .. i&m yjue ujm 14, njdHjw . u,mii turn uriajatLM r . Iljai OJW MM 11- Its M4K L rU I7ja ttX M8bS 14- UJ6 U.t . MkMI MUM 1U.7W 14" 14.1.1 14.U ?jiLitiyg- M wjtw vjiHu 11'.. 14a) The foMowiac are the comparative ilnrtbe United btates norts fur the wees ending r nasy iasc: i4-j. nna'pr w44 123,7 isr-!!', -sis ;r.uai SH7JM 48(6 vitotfir mm MW Hwfc aciiiliur towBt M suiekat Uwafpoal 30) 477.K9U Amraiaa aiL.'." 347J6UK 1M.WW The following are the rates of freight as adr&need October 26 th: w YorV rii4Ulylilr KaUKIw llIMlBBW Lfi4t .in via Jtw Yf kl H-Sl 0? Z . 1 m I 1 03 1 1 W cS.1 TiHt omto market yesterday,Mox 1XY, -was net eneeriui it was even bad "aiek." and there was some de- ciine fnmJBataiiay's quet&tions. New Yatfc talagmpbml a dull and depressed market at to Wsr, middling lilt; New Oils nar was amulet at 14fc, hich was Jc Joww. Liverpool telegraphed "Hat" at firmness of exchange, the large ship ments of goia an tnese influences nave combined to produce the result which is seen, and it will not be surprisiut if a further ad vane a take place " There are expectation that the government will recommend toeongressa speedy re turn to specie payments. It. is also thought that as a preliminary step the secretary of the treasury will, at a not distant day, su-peud the sale of govern ment cehl. witfi a view to the accumu lation of coin in the public vaults. In the gold movement, so far, there is no appears nee of ring manipnlatinn, fh purctwses nave n u largely msan Kir bankers and merchants, to be 'held for the purposes of trade and ht antMpa- uon or niguer ngures. rue advance thus far being natural, and not hastened by combinations or operators, nas there' fore not provoked that nreiudioe which nas been exnibited iu otner periods ot active speculation, bhould congress legislate as the President is supposed to desire, that action will be instrumental in advancing Uie value of irultl auu Hiv ing permanency to tne same, lne ac eumulathw of goid is unquestionably tne nret step toward tbe resumptiijii ot specie payments." City currency Duntls, uadii.puted...WMit,a42 City -taintU ' beads, circular tjahU n$ CUy crtp , ,,, .it; selilun, 4o Hilolby eeuatj crl 70; aullinx, The gbnkrax, market yesterday es hlbited the quietude tnat has btoome ordinary; feed especially fails to show the least animation. Many persons think the feed grown in the surrounding country whi ne near exnaustion by isew Year's day, and that after that "period tne traae win become more animated, But little corn was offering on the land ins:: a small lot in poor order went at 83c; some gcod was held at SO;, and for some ear corn boc wa. demanded. Oats and bran were without any movement wuatever; bran is nominally szi oo. Hay sold at $14 for some Arkansas prairie. Commeal is spoken of as weak' er, and a round lot of 150 barrels sold 5c lower; jobbing sales from landing were at sss w. tne demand is poor, jn- tatoet show some activity at unchanced rates; iew xorx rihus are last disap pearing, and western taging tneir place. but cot winning equal favor. A lot of Minnesota potatoes were held at :2 75; Minnesota potatoes have an oxeellent reputation for size and sweetness. Cab bage is inquired for dally, but none has been on the market for ten days. Apples show some activity, but there are a good many on the market, and some will not keen lone. Poultry, both alive and dressed, are be coming plentiful; when of good size and quality they meet with a good market; poor, small, shrivelled stuff is not looked at, and shippers who send such rubbish must be anxious to lose money. Mutter is quiet and not very firm at our quota tions. Cfteete is easy; the stock on nand Is a pretty full one. Bacon and bulk pork we quote as before, but while the largest nouses sen at tnem omen are holding for higher prices. Breakfast iiacon is very abundant and we quote it lower. Lard is higher for tierces and kegs. Pig's j'eet we quote lower. The Chicago circular of Messrs. Eggleston, Henness &. Co., of November 27th, has the following upon thehoeproducts: "Meats have continued in good shipping inquiry, enieny to soutneru points, and have ruled firm, varying but slightly in sympathy wi'h prices of bogs. On the twenty-third, when some twenty thou sand hogs were left over from Saturday, and with the day's rsceiuts about fifty thousand were on sale, packers and shippers forced concessions of 1015c, tut tne marKet ever since nas ueen act ive and fully recovered that decline. The questioa of future prices on product is still as perplexing as ever. Packers generally deem prices of hog- too high, wbHe home and foreign buyers are not eager to stock themselves early in the sjason, atid only purchase for im mediate wants, cut tnere seem 10 be a glowing faith iu future values on the part of those peeulatoi who advocate a bort crop and lighter weight of hogs lb or course, u - not prove tnat Uie crop K short, but ls a.-on's outcome, and tne snarp nouie demand tor new meats bas K&engthened tbeiroourMence. and such a drift of opiuion, not to speak of the speculative disposition of the trade iUoU at times, ets itatirllcs at naught. Perhaps this -trength may be put to a more severe U-twhen the ac tual product is pacing round more free ly on option than now. Thi much is eertain, that at current p ict of the raw material and mt-s pork and lard, it pays paa&ers to manuiaciure uie9 art! eles as fa as expedient. Thus far the packing at principal western points Is slightly ahead of la-t year's. Farmers can certainly not complain of too low Briccs for hogs, an J whether tbsaeon will be very 4bort or string out into a long one remains 10 be jen." Quotations are fur round lots, unless oth erwise expressed; and for fml and proauoe, wee rates, f or smtttt pur oAasci, rates are proportionately apples and Pears Applefl are in fair demaud; good, $2fi; chelee, Lemons and Oranges Lemons, per box, $3(i9. Oranges, Louisiana, $5 50 ( S, ac-cordlng to quality. Mince Mbat Per pound, I2l3c. Meat. Frbbh Beef, fore-quarters, 3 5j3jc; hiud-quarteis, 56c Sheep, by the carcass, Sc. Hogs, 10c; country slaughtered, 8j(59c. Nails In store, $3 75 rates, cash. Oils Coal-oil, per gallon, 17c; lin seed, raw, 90c: linseed, lulled, 95c: lard oil, per gallon, $1,1 10. Turpentine, me. Onions in sore,,S2 Oats fhiBq'ti t6n"fr5Tsale3 in store at (Mobile 1'sae' iraar tfer nr. 32 lgs as. Powder and Shot Powder, per keg, $6 25; halves, $3 3b; quarters, SI bl. Snot, drop, per sack, S!: 'Jo; buck, 5 50. Lead, per lb., 8(9e. PoT.vroBS aahs of 400 barrels Ohio pe&ehblows at $2 40, in store sell at $2 70, and New York peachhlows at S3; early rxsa $3 253 35, in sacks $1 25 per bushel; Minne.ota held at $2 75. Pb ANUTB Pr lb., 5i6c. Pbcanb Arkausas, I0f12e per lb. Poultry Chickens, S825i;i. Ducks, SRBX Si. Turkey. 9fi15. Geese. S4(5. Dressed ebiekens, mostly poor, at $1 50 (ajl 50 per dozen. Dressed turkeys, 10 ISe per pound. Pickles New, per hbL, 10 50 1U 7o; bail bbl., 0 )) To. Provmons Bacon "ciear sides, none; clear rib sides, 'tZZUs; shoulders, 9 91c BnlkshouidersA81o:olearribBides. Wft3ftlc; elear tildes, IlffAlic. Hams sugar-cured, new, Ul&uo; old, U(gVM. Breakfast baoon, 13t14e. Mess pork, 22 50. Lard tierce, li15c; keg, 154c; pari, 1M12.. iiacon and built are strong, some hoi 1 above these quota tions; lard is advanced, except for pail; breakfast bacon is lower. Spices Popper, whole, per lb., 27c; ground, 30c. Cloves, wc. Allspice, 20c. Cinnamon, whole, 4045c; ground, 50c Nutmegs, $1 So. Ginger, whole, 20c. ground, 25c Mustard, pure ground, 30 40c; inferior. 20c. Sausage Per lb., 910o; city made, lie Spaesbibb Per pound 7c. Turnips Per barrel, 50a$L "White Lead Per lb., 10llic. 310SEY 3IA.KKET. BY TELECIRAPII. CINCINNA1T. lovember"). Cot ton quiet, 14 Jc. ' '.. -. LOUI8VIL1YE, November 30. Cot ton quiet, Hc - ST. LOUIS, November 30. Cotton dun aud lower, 145c. NEW ORLEANS, Nrrvember4J0;ll :S0 a.ra. uouon quiet; middling, Hc; sales, 1000 bales; recipts, 467G bales. 2 p.in. Net rocalpts, 9450 bales; grow, 11,404 bales; exports to Great Britain, 12,181 Bales; coastwise, 566 bales; sales. 3500 bales; stock, 140,889 hales. Market quiet; middling, 14. LIVERPOOL, November SO, 12:30 p.m. uoitou nat; middling uraauds spot, 77Jd; Orleans, 8Jd; sales to day, 12,000 bales, of which 2000 bales were for export and speculation; Octo ber and November shipments from Sa vannah or Charleston, g. o. c, 7id; De cember and January shipments from Savannah or Charleston, g. o. c, -O'lGd. 2 p.tn. Sales of American cotton to-day, Ti200' bales; November and De cember shipments from Savannah or Charleston, g. o. c, 7Jd. 4 p.m. December and January ship ments frem Savannah or Charleston,!, m. c, 7 9-IGd; December and January delivery, from Savannah or Charleston, i:m.'c.,T7 7-lOd. 5 p.m. December and' January shln- inents from Savannah or Charleston,' g. o. c, 7ju; .November and December shipments from .Savannah or Charles ton, 1. m. a, 711 ; January aud Februa ry delivery from Savannah or Charles ton, 1. m. c, 71d; November and De cember shipments from Sew Orleans, L m. c, 1 ii-ibd. NEW YORK,November30, 10:20 a.m. Futures dull ;January, 15(3)15 1-lBc; Feb ruary, 15 5-lGI5fc; March. 15 11-10 lojc; Aprll,16c; December,1414 H-lOo. 10:35 a.m. Cotton weak and nomi nally unchanged. Futures dull; Janu ary, 15f.i15 1-lOcj February, 15 5 16 15je; March, 15 11-1G1S?o; April, IB 15-I6lGo; May, 10116' 5-lGc; Xune, lGlf&lU 9-16c; July, lGl16Ie; Decem- Tier, 14fft)14 ll-16c; salts lor future de livery, 04UU bales to-uay; (Saturday even ing, 6700 bales. 12 m. Futures dull; Jauuary, 15 15 l-16c; February, 155-1015c; March, ioio 11-iec; April, is lb 10 Da 14l14 ll-lGc; aie3, 10,600 bales. 12:10 p.m. Cotton quiet: ordinary, 12c; good ordinary, 13jo; lowmiddilng, 14fo; middling, 14jc; Alabama, Mjc; Orleans, 16ic; sales to-day rospinnei, 7'J bales; Haturauy evening, bales. 2:35 p.m. Cotton dull and uiichauced ; sales for export, 67 bales; to spinners, 181 bales; to speculators, 147 bales. Futures easy; January, 14 lo-lGgloc: February, 15 5-lGc: March. 1515 ll-I8cj; April. 15i15 15-lGo; May, Hi3-lUfi; Juue, 10 7-10l6l;July, 16JG10 13-lfle; Decem ber, 1414 II 10c; sales for future de livery, 20,590 bales. Net receipts, bS2 bales; irross receipts. S705 bales; exports to Great Britain, 5600 bales: to tbe continent, wu bates; sales, 741 bales; stock, 104,751 bales; market dull and depressed; miudiinir, lite. Cotton report fcr three days at all the United btates ports: lteceipts, ou,24 bales: exports to Great Britain, 3S.0S0 bites; to .trance, o-ou uaies; to me oh tlncnt, 2711 bates; stocir, 6!j3,41 bales. Dill UUoilS MABKET. ItnTBll INTELLIGENCE. Ilonls LvhtIub TIiIs Hay. FOll WHITK IHVKlt. jtv of or AuauaTA. rUlliiit, in"tr .Mllt.lUnj', irlioiter,.. -a iwn JS p.m li.iM, illlt. Harr', irlioitr., 10 K 11KLHNA. St. Fhanc-ih, llaikcf, muler 5 p.m lfOR MNK I1I.UKF. IIh.lk opTtctAS'.oodtnira.makten.. ip.iu FOK ARKAKtiAa UlVKIt. Ci.akksvTIKc, I'Hen&nl, irntnw ft v.in KOR CINCINNATI. iiHHemu', J5 NywbauB, mmttr a p.m FOIl VlUKSUUItO. Hai itai. 'irr, O'NMl, tnaistcr, J p ra FOlt HT. LOU1H. St. JoiKfii, MTlletfrtt, mtr - i p.m. FOB NAPOLEON. A.J. Wilms; Matone, master "jun Arrl vol Niiuilnj-. Citynr VIctMborg . VlcKUmrg IJolorudu W. lonlti mi aofcw irrwifoii iMein )bile Stiver Prauli Forrcot. O. W. Cheek, llrtle of Texas.. Phil Alllu CMelaaMI .. . t- Losl .fHe)lfc teoii ... Wblie river ..FliBtH iVut Arrived MoiiiIiij-. Ht. Franeto lob n A.Seuilae-r... Ileo anaiwrgeM 11 llolonn ..New Orleans "-it. Umta Willie river Less til Cost of IiprMoi! Molllo Moore.-. Clly of Aii:a- Depart mi Smifinr, ity of Vlektbnn: at. Lords Unlorado VloWbnrg Tftoma Hherlocfe New Orleans anue Buyer Orleans Illinois 1'liU Altln.... Kranfe Forreet U. W. Clieet Joliu A. Kcildder II ee and baTHes. llolllb Moore Pepurtrrt. Mouilny. Nanolon .... Friars 1'obJt Ueola -Osceola 3t.Lonls ...at. liouls New Orleans Iu Fort. Oily of Augiuta, St. Francis, Belle of Texas, larKsviue. Weallicr, Rivers and IiiuInfM. Yesterday was cool and. clear. The river-continues to rise at this point, with nine feet ten inches to Cairo and a good stage thence to St. Louis aud Cin cinnati. Tbe Arkansas river is rising, out no cuange is reported in wnitenver. Business on the lovee 8undav and veS' terday was moderate, with no change of rates. Since or Rlvr. oi'ricEOo3.,aiG. hbk-U.s. A. 1 November 30. 1WI. Keolcalc . Ual ro.. St, louls,, 1, iittsonrg CInclnnatl. Laisvuie Mpmphk , Shreveiwrt Nasnvllle Kerr Orleans... utile itoes AboTO low vrater. Cliangea. . UUe. Feet. ln'8. il't. In. Fall. Ft. lu, S 12 II 7 a 12 15 8 ! 1 L.i. zi-8 1 9 BY TELEGEAFH. NEW YORK, November JO. There was a moderate demand lor staple cotton and woolen goods iu package aud piece lota. Side-band prints quite active, freeman lancy prints reduced to-7c. itubys aud pinks c lower; but side-bands unchanged. Low and medium cotton flannels in Rood demand, and close sold up.. Worsted coatings doiug well. JL'oicign goods dull. rUOUOUE MARKETS. 61f. BY TBLEOBATH. PARIS, November 30. Rentes, 6UC. LONDON, November 30. Bate of discount in the open market for three months' bills, 5 7-16 per cent, or 7-10 be low the bank rate. Bank of England minimum fate ofjdiscountis 6 per cent Consols for money : a'nd account, 93. United States 5-20s of 1S05, 1081; do. lb7, 109; 10 40s, I04i; New York Cen tal, (H; Erie, 4lr21j; Erie pre ferred, 42. NEW YORK. November 30. Money was loaned t 3 percent at the opening, doting at 3io4 per cent Prime mer cantile paper, sixty days to five months, oW7 per cent ; nrst-class single name sells at the same rate, while what la rated as good was '; 10 per cent ; miscellan eous, 9(.i,15 per cent; prime gold paper, 67 per cent The movement of cur rency iromjew xork continues iu con siderable volume. Sterling opened weak and lower, closing dull ami steady at 4S5 for sixty days' and 490 for de mand. Custom receipts, $267,000. Gold opened atl!2J, and closed at Si 121, the only prices of the day. Carrying rates, Ui.i Vi per cent, wearing, jo.ooo.ouo. Treasury diebursmente, $157,000. Gov ernment bonds opened firm and higher, with a brisk demand, but in the afternoon were dull; coupons of lbb'l, 120? ; 1802,1121; 1804, 114; 1S05,11&J; lfe65, new, 118' ; :b97, HOj; 1BG8, 119; new 53, 112;; 10-40s, 1141; currency ti3. State bonds were active and steady; Missouri 6s, OS; old Tennessee, 74; new Tennessee, ; new- Vir ginia, 3; old Virginia, 38; old North Carolina, 27; new North Carolina. 13. Railroad bonds were iirm and in good demand all day. Stocks opened strong witi a marked improvement in some 01 the western roads. There was an ad vance In Northwestern common of 131 per cent ; St Paul, common and pre ferred, l.;j per eent;Wabash,2 per cent, and Pacific Mall, 1 per cent Some of the stocks, chiefly Northwestern and Wabash, were bought under the rule for account of J. S.Colgate, who was una ble to meet bis contracts. Later, a gen eral decline of to 1 per cent, the latter In Northwestern. At tbe close, w.th the market active aud strong, tiieru was a reduction in tbe general list of J to li per cent, from the highest point ot the day. The aggregate transactions amounted to 275,000 shares, of which 27,000 were Western Union, 20,000 Pa cific Mail, 37,009 Erie. -'H.000 Lake Shore, H.OOODnloBpaoIfld, 145,000 Northwest ern. 20,800 Rock istenJ, 20 000 St Paul, and i,000 Wabash. Closing quotations: CanUm, 80; Western Union Tel egraph, 81 ; Quiofeellver, 35; Adams express ompauy, 114; Wells AFargo's ex pram omnpauy, bi; American cx praes. empany, (ft; United States ex prs i-ompauy, i;PacIlic Mall, 441; New York Central, 101J; Erie, 28h Erie, BY TELEQBAPH. LOUISVILLE. November 30. Flour rjuiet. Wheat quiet Corn quiet, 70 75c. Uats quiet, oufetwj. jFork quiet, S21 50. Bacon nominal. Sugar-cured hams, 1213c. Bulk meats 7i, 10J& iuj.i$iuta)uc. iiaru uerce, ini-fc; keg, lojc wnisuy, ass. CHICAGO, November 30. Flour steady. Cornmeal quiet. Wheat quiet and weak; No. 2, 02 cash. Corn dull, unsettled and lower; No. 2, 74Jc cash; new No. 2, Gorausj-c. uats lower; sua. 2, 52Jc cash, or seller all the year. Dressed hogs active aad Jinn at -7 750s a 20. .Forte dull, unsettled and lower; S19 62 cash; S20 8020 85 seller Febru ary Lard lower at 18lc spot; 18i05c Belter ' February. Bulk meats steady. Green meats firm; hams, 1010c, Whisky lower at 07ic. CINCINNATI, November 30. Flour steady. Wheat higher; red, $1 10 ai 12. Corn Hrm. 7U71c Oats lirm, GOc. Eggs lirm, 27c Butter and cheese steady. Pork steady, S20 76 spot LardUrm; steam, 13cspot; kettle, 14 Jc. Bulk meats quiet; small sales of partly cured at i, lOKaiO'.c, all loose. Bacon stock light Green meats opened firm; sales of shoulders at 7J7c; sides, 9j 10c. Hams, llUc, closing weak; lower prices oirered. WhiBky, itSc. ST. LOUIS, November 30. Flour firmer for low and medium grades, but quiet Wheat irregular and lower; No. 3 red fall, $1 021 03. Corn dull; No. 2, GS69c. Oats dull and drooping, closing lower; No. 2, 5054c, closing at the inside figure: Provisions firm at full prices; buyers ask concessions. Pork light sales at $20 50 seller January; Bulk meats, "J, 10J10ic, 15 days in salt Green meats firmer; horns, 101c, gener ally held at 105c. Bacon nominal. Lard nominally 13ccash. NEW YORK. November 30. Flour a shade firmer for low medium grades; St Louis, $4 908; rye Hour dull at $1 20 cash. Wheat less active aud low er; No. 2 Chicago, 1 toi 11. uorn In fair demand and lc better; old mixed western. In store, azic. Uats firm; in store, 6769c. Cofl'ee quiet but firm. Sugar dull and In buyers' favor; prime, 8ic Molasses foreign dull; Now Or leans quieu luce quiet out aieauy. ire troleum dull and nominal. Pork firm; new mess, $21 50. Beef and cut meats quiet; middles firm; long clear, 11 llc; short clear, 11c. Lard heavy; primesteftm,llc. Butter heavy. Cheese quiet SHERIFF'S SALE PUBLIC NOT1CJS 13 HE8BBY UIVBJX, Thatbvvirineof airrlt venditioni expo nas to me directed from tne Hon. Second L'lr cult Court of Sbelny county, Tennetaee, in tbe cafce ol "W. L. Stewart vs. Jobn Calaban, agent, and li. Calalian, Judgment rendered on ilie 'JMh Jay of Heptember, 1K71, for the sum of flvedoIIatK. vrltn Interest and costs of suit, to satisfy said Judgment, etc., I will, on Monday, 14th day or December, 1874, It ' ....... W . M In r..ntnf tlt.Ml.rfl,, . . . of Hbelby county. Mouipbls, Tenn., proceed to sell, to tbe nlgbost Did Jerfor casb, tbo follow- lne doscrlhcd propel ty, to-wit: lot 12, bloclt T, tjO by ISO leet, boutbwett cor ner Causey and Calboun utreels, city or Mem pbls. s levied on aa the property of dufondnntis Jobn Calaban and is. Calaban, to sallEfy said Judgment, interest and costs. Bate to commence promptly at eleven o'clock ajn. C.L.JSl)KICSON, Bberlff of Shelby county. Tenn. Memphis, lbih day ol Movember.IWl. (tu llelow bench mart. H. M. LUDWIO, Observer, Movement of Uonts. The Colorado, from St Louis, passed down Suuday morning. She added here2o tons of way freiaht. TheCitv of Vicksburg passed up Sunday morn- liig ior tst. jouis. Klie added nere27 hogsheails of scrap-iron, 5000 feet of lumber aud a lot of cotton. The John A. Scudder from New Orleans, after uiscnarcing a lot 01 sugar and molasses. yesterday morning eleared for Ht. Louis, with 760 tons of freight The Mollie Moore, well laden, passed down vester day morning. She coaled here, but re ceived no ireignu Tbe Tiiomas Hlier- lock, with the Knights Templar, ol Dayton, Ohio, paused down at three o'clock Sunday afternoon. She (lis charged a small lot of freight at this point, and hurried 011 down the stream, as she had no tltno to spare. The City of Augusta, from White river, arriveil yesterday morning, with 119 bales of cotton aud a lot of sundries. The Bee and barges passed up yesterday morning for t. L'ouU. The Illinois, from Napo 'eon, arrived Sunday afternoon, with tne cnamniou trip 01 tne season, consist' ins of 737 bales of cotton and 1014 sacks of seed. The Phil Alllu, from Friars l-oiut, arrived bunday morning, with 307 bales of cotton, 631 sacks of seed and a lot of sundries. Tne Oeoree W, Cheok, from Osceola, arrived Sunday morning with 68 bales of cotton. 322 sacks of seed, and a lot of sundries. The ranis irorreet, i'rom usceoia, eunie in unduv mormnir wit 11 ,0 bales of cotton. 221 sacks of seed, and a lot of sundries. aevm Drill. While the City of Vickeburcr was at uie elevator ennday morning, an un known thief stole thirty-five hundred dollars from the oillco drawer The many friends of Jimmy Chamberlain. formerly clerk of the A. J. White, will regret 10 learn mat ne is 111 wnu pneu monia 11118 is certainly coal weath er. The following Cincinnati telegrams or nunuay, explain memscives: "Tbe present rise in uie river will brine down from Pittsburg, Kanawha and the Ohio rivets nearly nine million bushels of coal, of which over five millions will stop here, the remainder will go down tne river, xne river nere is fourteen feet six inches and stationary; weather ciouuy; mermometcr below freezinc point, miny-iwo boats arrived Here irom above loaded with coal, and seven towa went up the river At Evans- vilic the weather was cloudy, mercury twenty-six to thirty-two degrees; river fallen seven inches, five four-tenths feet ion gauge. Tlio James Uilmore is aground aiirreuuu isiiuui uiui mo J 01111 Cleans IS inA.ndeisou bend." Sunday the river rose to six incnes at mis port, seventeen incites at Louisville, thirteen inches at Cairo, and fell three inches at St. Louis. Vicksburg Jlerald, of Saturday: "The little steamer Vi-ksburrr. which came down from Tallahatchie, reports ueavy rains in mat region, and a ranul rise in the river, with three and a hall feet at Sharkey's, the highest point that our packets generally atceml to. It is probable that water will now be plenti ful in uie Yazoo and Talianntchioforthe larger packets, and light-draught boats like the Vicksburg will not be needed to form a low-water connection." The St. Louis Jlepubiican wa .ts a soup houso establisned on the levee in that city St Louis Mcpublican, of Sun day: "Rates are firm to Netv Orleans at fifty-five cents and twentv-seven and a half-cents. The prospects as to rates for next week are that there will be no change. The weather continues snowy, and the walking on the levee is not good. The week will close with a dull showingfor boats. Business hasfallen of! twenty perceutfrom tiiat of last week." Teams are crossing tne river on ice at Sioux City The following article from tbo New Orleans Picayune, of Sat urday, should be a monitor to ail lovee tnieves: "aline Jacob, alias aiurpby. not fearing the fleet of I'nited States vessels now in port on Thursday at tempted to get away with ono of the monitors, lying at Slaughterhouse point, near Algiers. The anchor-chnin not giving way, Hike concluded to leave tne monitor tor some otner day, and merely took away n revolver belonging to F. Hughes, who had been arrested." W. C. Stapp, who has been connect ed with river circles for a long time, and wno, by strict integrity and devotion to the inteiests of his employers, has made hosts of friends, has changed base, and will hereafter be found workins with characteristic industry in the employ of tne tot. .Bernard coal company, we con gratulate that association Iu havine se cured his valuable services. Non-Resiilent Notice. 'o. lflfff In tbe First Chancery Court or Bhel by county, Tennessee. Frederick G. Conn ell and others vs. Anna McICeiina et nl. It appearing from an order of court lu this cauM that the defendants, Susan Conned, M. K. IJateman, llenrico &eeves, Ktama Love, Thomas A. Owen, K. It Reeves, guardian of Tiios. A. Owen, Kollff Jarnagan, Kobe,! Jar na;an, H. II. Jarnagan, guardian of ltobert Jarnagan, Betllo Cornellua, Ella Cornelius, Willie Cornelius, Louisa Cornelius and 2fana Cornelius are non-residents ol Tennessee; It Is thcreloie ordered, mat un y mace meir appearance herein, at tliecourlaoute in the 11 1 pie swer or demur to complainants bill, or. tbo eitv of Mcmuhls. Tenn.. on or Urst Monday In January, lS75,nd before tbe load, an swer uruemur iu cuiuyiuiiuuito uii, uj., tuu same will be taken for coufowsed as to them and,set forbearing exparte, and that a copy ot tub) order be iinblUuied onco a.week, for four successive weeks, lu Uie .Memphis Ap peal. A'copy attest. KUMTnI) A. C0LI5, Clerk and Master. " By E. K. JloUnaKV, lepii'y Harris & Pillow and J. 31. Gresory, sots, for complainant. ttt JIA.NIlOOn CIEHTUBBW.-A Victim ol youthlnl Imprudence, causing premature ih cay, nervous debility, etc- having tried In. vm -ery known remedy, has found a simple self -cure, which he will bend free to his fellow sufferers. Address J. H. lllSl5Via,;"!i Nassau street. New York. -OF- PUHLIC NOTICE IU IIKHKBY OIVKN, That by vlrluo of an alien writ vendltioul exponas to me directed from the Hon.FliMt Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tenn., in the case of Solomon Hurt vs. K. 11. Allen and J as. T. Uloan, Judgment rendered on the 2d day of Decemoer, lX7t, for tbo sum of one hundred and eleven dollars and twenty-seven cents, with interest nnd costs of suit, to Fatlsfy said judgment, etc, 1 will, on Friday, 18th day or December, 1874, at U o'clock m lu front of the courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis Tennessee, pro ceed to set', to the highest bidder, for cash the following described properly, to-wlt: Upon the interest of H. If. Allen In thefol lowing doeiiled real estate, to-wlt: On tbe waters or Big Creek, aud bounded as follows, to-wlr: Beginning ou the dividing line of A, J. 1'olt and myself and the north boundary of ISO acre tract sold by mysell and A. J. Polk to Tho. McClellaud, and runs east with the same SO poles to Whitehead line; thence north 19 poles to his northwest corner: thence east t7 poles to his northeast corner; Ibenco north do poles to Johnson's northwest coiner; thenco east 9S poles to ty. P. York's southwest corner; thence north lbO polos to his northwest corner; ttience west 295 poles to A. J. Folk's northeast corner; thence south 270 poles to the begin ning, containing M0 acres or more, In Civil District o. , ui oueiuy county, Tennessee. Book 17, payatlS. Levied on as tbo property of defendant, E. II. Allen, to satisfy sold Judgment, Interest and costs. tiale to commence promptly at twelve o'elock in. C L. AN UEltaoN, Hheritr of Bhelby connty. Teuu. .Memphis, Ibth day of November, 1871. til Our Mr. BEBNIIAUD LOWENSTEIN, at present in Now York, having purchased the Entire Silk Importation of 0110 of the largest flrnss in that city, nndor extraordinarily litvora ble terms, ire aro enablod to offer them at TMi SUES HSVE EVER 3EBH SOLD AT IN THIS OUT, 600D BLACK SILKS AT $1 00 WORTH $1 50 FINS BLACK SILKS AT $! 50 WORTH $2 00 SUPERFINE BL'K SILKS $2 00 WORTH $2 65 AT EXTii 10RDIN AIULY. ATTRACTIVE PRICES. TRIMS SMS, SATINS, TURQUOISE AND VELOURS, IN Atl, tJOMirtS, AT POPULAR PUICES. We nonltl request the Special Attention or onr patrons autl the general piililic to onr Unrivalled Line of The Jfewesl, Jlost Stylish anil Kccherciie (lariuenls of the Season. Hew designs in Silk Suits. Novelties in Poplin Suits. BEAUTIFUL COSTUSBS IN DIAGONAL AND QUADRSLIB SERGES I AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TI5IES. 242, 244 and 246 Main Street, corner Jefferson. (if. 3. -WXXSHKTS.) Importer r.uil Wliolrsnls nnd ltplnil Iirnlrr In WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILYERTVAEE, SPECTACLES, FANCY GOODS, GUSH, Etc., No. If Clarli's itlarble Blocb, 211 AISSTUEET : : 31 U U t II I S . TgSVESSE E a. m WHOLESALE G-ROCSR, 336 Front Street, Corner of Union, HAS M)V IS STOKE THE FOLMJWJNCI HOODrf, the Trade: 250 bbl3. "While Rcdned biigar X lihils. new Louistaua SiicurK. ISO bbls. and Ualf.bbbs. Mola.HO. 2M baj;, Itto and Java UotTee. -W) boxen Cheeie (Faotory and Eng. lialryj (WO bbls. l'iour various grades. S bills Beam and 1'pss. ' bblK. Hominy and UrlKf. 251 pugs UinoadMeat. !i-l. new Hire. l.iiWi fVfa. Maekerandttilte Hh. A lull due WHICH HE OFKKItS LOW TO 2 ear-loads Bulk Meats. led pUr. Breakfast ltacou and Ham", jiwo aw Uanned I'iuUk. U03 oaH Orators, Halmon and LobsterK. SHU pkgs. Hal tins, Vtgs and citron. S60 boxes Hue Crackers. Sit boxes Fauoy and ttttok Candlex. ISO pkgs. Almonds, Filberts and Pecans. 100 bbU. Oraneen and Coeoanuts. vw cases Jelllles and Preserve. Ml pkgs. l'lgsleel, Pickles and Kraut. ( Tobieroi, (Mgar3, Wines and Liquors, and numerous other articles not above mentioned. Z. TS. ESTE8. J. C. FIZEIC. ESTES, FIZER& CO FACTORS II and 13 Union Street. Memphis. o 'Cfcj 3 Iiacon, Flour, Tolmcco, BaRingr, Tlex, Etc conuilcto, "Mi? shall not bo undersold, r !'ral advances on Cotton. J. W. HEATH & CO., (SUCCESSORS TO RANDLE As HEATH) GOR. SECOND 1ND WINCHSSfBRSTS., MEMPHIS TENN CHANCERY SALE? or VALUABLE REM, ESTiLTB 0u Tlmrsdr, Ucctiabpr :!, 187-1. Kecond Chancery url nt Hhiby cowii) - Wtu. Morrow. treaurr, v. 11. J. INw-m. TY vlrlufcof u Iuixl6cuurydccru XJ eutred m the Uit eniiw est tin KM ) or Oetotier, 1WI, 1 will sell, at noli-aofii,.u to tbe btcbMt bM4er,ln Irl ol ibi.Hii.l coattliouse, UMUlkU, Tenn ou Tliuiriliir, Dtctmlitr ii, 1H74. wllhlng lcal boars, (be followlBS deserlbed real enatc, to-wlt : Twelve UaiMlredand flty (IZ1 ww of land in Pbelfcs eoiuly, Teaueasee. In clHtrwt flo. 1:1, aud Is the east, ball of entry So. M, and lies IMS. JJ0S..I&I5GK(S4 a i IVo. S7 Jctrcrnoii.Slre?!, J Bstweea Main aud KroM Ksnr, dtaMMied la UM.I nK. JOHNHUN la ackuuwMdied by alt mh. Ues tularexied, as by far the Ti" f its jsiii ; fatniywetaa la u, UeaMmu of wtvate or ...tvi. isick. ujoioifjn asm HersM atnl cars gaarauUcd lo awry eswa. nalfr us reraale. Eecmt eases uUosrarrhea Had Hrasu. merenrr. ctoiw. n .t-.t v... u Htae. HwMlry My plillts tfce IsM tbMIj s RallMMul .ml . i Is October a, mm.' II. C.l. WHVARI, Clerk aad Master. w. W. HcDowm. o. for emaeTt 1874, Trustee's Jsnle. OX SATUItDAV, DEOEitBEIt 5, At 13 O'clock M IWII.I.i-ell forcath.totbehunertbMfiM at tbe southwest comer or Main and Uadkon l reels, lot a, conlalnUiE a rsjOO and oneaeres ot lot 21, ol N. M. Trezevani't sabdlvlskm, as cording to tbe terms of tbe i rust deed of A. L, Kankln, recorded In Registers ofllee, Book 72. p.7. JOHN 1'. TKKZKVANT. Trnstee. TruMtee'x Sale Tlnable Property S. Vf. Corner of Main and Escaaiige streets. rn ti i n us dat, riEcr.jiiiFit io, isri l at llo'floek a.m.on ihe . W. corner of Madison and Main streets. Memphis. I will sell, to the btgbest bidder, for easb, tbe follow. ins propeny: a hs ot grouna oi leet ana 4 1:1c lie nm on wnt lion 01 .nain sireec aaa exteodlaz westward alonz the line ot and parallel wltb Exchange street at rishtuigtes irom ine ironi av leei 10 fiioMowuier, and beinz tbe same property soM toTbomsA Bngas by (s. M. Nelson, L. V. Frazer, and tbe exocntorsni K.Tltns, deceased, by deed bear ing date lltb May, 1ST?, aud conveyed to roe, as trnstee. by deed from Thomas Dwran. to se cure certain Indebtedness therein specified mis sate nrins; niaue 10 carry otu n pro vision of said deed in trust, which is recorded In the rteglsterti office of tthelby eountjr, on theMtbdarof Mar. 1BT2. In book W. nase 491. etc Right of redemption waived, and title believed to he goou, oat 1 sen anu convey only as trnstee. novis juiii i -. incriVAi, iTSMee, TriiHt Sale. By virtue of a deed iu trust limit to tae by William A. Bowen, on the Zilh day ol A mil. 17!. and recorded In IbeKeotsterVolBee ot .Shelby county, in liook No. iM,pasa 17 ana lor ins purKneoi aiDKifM inansni ness secured therein, I will offer for sale. at public auction, to tbe hlsnent bt-Mer, forssuh. In front of tbe courthouse, in the etlyot Mem- pnis, aneioy county, xenuessee, on Tnesdaj, tlio 15th of December, 1874, between tbe hours of 11 o'clock slid, and 'i o'clock p.m the following deseribed land, lylm; In Hbeihy county, TeHuesKee, In the elty of Memphis, to-wlt: One-third andlvkledln- tereM in tne roiiowins aeeenueu low, to-wlt 1'art of oouulrv lot No. KM. betne lot No. 11 ol John 1). Arroonr'ssab-divinlonof saidcountry lot, IroallDg fifty () feet on the Pl;eoa Roost mad (now Marshsli avenue) on the nont side; thence running back iiortliwanlly to an alley 13HH feet; thence with said alley east wardly iff feet U incbcH; thence southwardly 144 feet to said road or avenue on which tot stands a two-story frame dwelling, nuinb-rrd by street r-io. si on said roan or aveune. Also, part of country lot No. tvs. beiUK lot No. 16 ol said HUbdlvmou. adlointnEsaid last described lot on the east (aud ou which lo. stands alwo-fdory frame dweiliu-c, numbered by street o. 3 on salu mail or avenue fronting 00 feet on said road or avenue, and running hack to the alley aRm-onla north wauily; these with said alley j lees.t Inches And alo, pait of country lot Nk 4K, becla- nin: on tbe north skin of Moonie sireet 151 feet east of lb, lntersectieu with new WhIIIuh ton street; thence eastwanily with saMslr-e feet to a --take; thence north 1 is1, feel loau alley: thence west ou aud Willi said alley i icei io a hiace; inence soma n1 . reec io ine beninnlna-. on which stands a small ona-storr lrauae eoUage-uoose. The right of redemption Is waived and the title believed to be good, but 1 eoutey onlyat trnsUe. J. A. ANUKXIHON, Tynstee. diaiscery Hale -or EEiAI ESTATE. No. 1121. It. First t.bancrv Court of ttbelbv aount). . u. McClure, receiver, etc., vs. iary -. tuwiiuvsr, ei hi. BY virtue of an Interlocutory deeree for sate, entered in the above oause on tbe 2Mb day of October. 1W1, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the tdgbest bktder, la froat of tbe new courthouse building, Mam street, .Memphis, leauesnee, ou Saturday, December li, 1874, within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Memphis, Hadby eoun tv. Ten uessee. to-wlt : First--A lot of land on the north side ol ileale street, aud east of lleaoto street, begin. nin; ai a suiko ou ine east line Ol a lot con veyed to Joseph Sehoouover by one Jacob Spivsy, and runnlui; lbeuce north with said lchoouovcr'S east line lt feet to a stake; thence west and parallel with Ileale street :x feet to a stake; tueure south and parallel with east line before mentioned 1W feet to a stake on Ileale tn?et; thence east oa north Hue of lieale street so feet totbe beginning. Second A lot of land on the uortli side of Beale street, bounded us follows: Beginning at a stake on the north side ot lieale street IK feet east of its intersection with the east side of Desoto street, ruuning thence east with Bealf street 41 feet ton stake; thence north wardly 211 feet; thence west parallel with Beale street 611 feet; thence south parallel with ussoto street vi ieet ; uienee west parauei witn lieale street 18 feet to a stake; thence south parallel lth Desoto street IW feet to tbe beginning. W ..V. , VJ t u.WVJ. 1, WIUK W IW. .Ill the west side of Chester Mreetjjiefween llu llngann Trezevant streets,. aurrruuniriK back to ine nver. Fourth A bart of lot tielne 15 feet on south side of Madison street, by 75 feet deep, bounded on the north by Madison street, on the east by lot of Dr. A. .P. Merrill, and on the west and south by lots of u. W. Lincoln. Ou this lot there Is a three-story house. Terms of Hale On a errdlt of 7 aud 12 ... ,ru .ii? , uw.cn ...... nruiuiw mi. 1 1 . j 1 1 - qnired;llen retained to farther secure same. equity oi reucmpuon oarreu. ims toveinner u.ihi. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Ulack-, li. C. and M. McDowell A Johnston aud TJOlller Hous ton, attorneys. novW M. UMKACHAM. J,B.rOSTON. -.tV.KOBERTS. K..MEACiL,Ul. Trust Sale. BY virtue of a trust deed made to ine by W. 11. Cherry on the day of February. Is71, and recorded In the Register's omce of Shelby county, lu book 100, page , 1 will offer for sale, at public auction, to the highest otuaer, iorcasn,m irom oi luecourinoase, in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennes see, on Thursday, December 3, 1874, between the hour) ol 11 o'clock a.m. aud 2 o'clock p.m., the following laud, lying in the city of Memphis, county of Shelby, state of Tennessee, nnd known as lot :&" on the plan of the city ol Memphis, aud fro ting on tbe west side or Second street 71 ftet, aud running back with the north lineof the first alley north ot Adams street IIS feet. The interest to be sold and conveyed is a three-fourths interest in saiu lot, tue oiner unuiviucu one-iounn oein the property of J. A. Anderson. The right of redcmptlou is waived and the tiue oeiieveu to oc goou, out i win convey only as irnsit-e. novlS 8. J. McDOWKLiL. Trustee. Administrator's Neticc. a.rOTICKls hereby given of my apoolntmen Ll as administrator of Mrs. Jennie It. Ward. ueceaseu. Ail pereons inueoteu to saiu esiaii will settle at once. All persons having claim, agatnst same will present them at once duly probated, either at Jndge Jamigan's, Nnl -uauuon sireei, or loraeat iserrviiie. xenn. no Til OH. U. liomaj. Administrator. Non-Itesidonr; Notice. No. 1SM-In the First Chancery Court ol Sheloy county, Tennessee. The Ctty ol Mer iihls vs. lliotaas M. Owlnzs. It aPDeannz from sberitt 's returu in this cause tnat me ueienuanr, lutimas il. uwiugs, is not to be found In his oounty : It Is therefore ordered. That he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse. In the city of Memphis, Tennon or before the first Monuay in January, imts, anti pieaa, answei or demur to eomplainaut's bill, or tne same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing exnarte, ami tnat a copy of this order be published once a week, for four sue cesslve weeks, In tbe Memphis Appeal. imsdftu uay oi ovemDer, wu. A copy Attest: EDMUND A. COLK, Clerk and Master. By E. B. Mcllenry, Deputy C. aud M. Ci. A. Hausoa,sol. lor compl't. ;i u just east or the Mtssissippl and Tennessee! urns. Bnnerers rroea irawtasM- nr tea nf mulbii - I tmmi )viom n-tn . d . . texaal power rr-Oored to free Ttair in . weeu. a oiseuHUHsie and exeeearfa venery, sufferiBc from sEermatarmea 1M iss. ot physical asd menu! power, seeedlry m pennanentlyenred. ParllrrifcrattBt(oa paid ts lbs Qiseates'a Women, and cares guaranteed. Throat and lAng Dluases enrsd byl mw rsmsdleo. ' All consiilUUeas stxMtly cosfMestlal.. Uedlelnes sent My express to all parts ot ta emu: try, omce hoars from I sua. to 9 pjn. Bandars! from 3 to fjm. apJdAW D.ajOHNBON M.D. -or- ttZnIL, HSTAT3. PljKitIL?i0T,CK J" HBRBBY (JIVHN. .JiSSi vlr.1 of a writ of vewMUtsBi nrst mrealt o.mt of akeitrr ensnstv. Tsm nessee. In i be case o. wYnSSn. jci nnhK.Jbimeut renstered ..nthedarof March. 1H1, mm- the sam of rcs1yde3?m sixty-rive eeata, with mu-resi aasTaeof nS. to satisfy said Judgment, etc., "window Saturday, 12th Day of Deeember, 1874, at 'M o'elrek, m.. In front of mfoflbMwv courthoose, Wempiua, TeasL, proeeed ta seal, to the highest bidder, ferewsa. the fsUewttMr described real estate, to-ws Bounded oa Um sosrth by tie Innsri nf U. X. DaylsasdJ.T.BiSHs; oa tSM frl hr Ustr o n 11. K. Farley, oa tbe north by these at Lte W ailaee, aad ua "T -ml hy Ihn r nf tlici wtsli of John Janaast, jr ducss td. Levied oh as the nitiswty of ridfnmmat. J. C. Youaz to satisfy sata Mnwl, In terest and costs. Sale to commeote pranptly at twtM o'clock ui. C. U ANTKitWN, Hhriff of H4Mlssy eoasUr-Teaa. Memphis, 17th day of HovostMsr. 19)1. W. J. Duval, attorney for plaint! IT. assrS Trustee's Sale. B v nine of a deed of trust executed to see :astruie,ontheSthday of April, HO, by John K. Williams, which deed has saemdalx recorded in 1'hlilirM eoaaly, State of Aikaa tax, default having been made or mM mi Hams in paying ibedebtaeearad by saMsleed, 1 wilt, under the provision of tlse same, sell at pubile oatery. to tb nigbsM MsMer, for cash, on the premises, oa Tiiursdar. 3It Day of Droember, 1874, etvreeu lis hoars ol am. aad 3 o'eieek pjB., the following described real aast er seaal psofiestir usanUoaest ia the saM deed.ee so much tlmeof as may be aeenHary to sai- ivy saua irass, u-wii: roe saui real sum being known as the " Wiulaats OW Towa Islaan plantation," aad riBg deeeribed est the plats of the public sarveysasall of roeMoa twenty-seveu (7),coaiaiulrsjStxlsui:dled aad forty (M aeres; the east half of Mettea twea-ty-elgbt liats, ooutaiaiasi three handred aad twenty-three t.Sfift acres; tne east half ef ee tiou tiiittF-three 1.0). coatalBins three Ima- lreil and twesrty tW) acree; the fraesleaal pan of session tweatyme (ZI), eoataiaiBe thirty acres; the fractional part of seettoa twenty-two (IB), coataiulug twenty-two (22) acres; thenorttiwestiiaarterof seetioa tfeflrsy fnar tMh roatalnlag oae buedred and sixty lanaerrs: aud the northeast auarterof the southeast iiiarter of seetioa till rty-fear Oti, containing forty ' ) acres all In towBsMp SHree-i, soatu oi rauae lareeiAkeass ot tae alth priaeiissl uieridlaii, la sau eoaaly ef I'hlllliH, State of Artusawai, aud aantnlalpg. lonether, oae thousand live hoadrod and thirlj live iliacrx; together with ait the improvements ibereou, and ail the rtsals, INrivilestes and fraueuis thereto lulliliglus Also, the follow ing penssaai isroperty : Twelve head of mules ou said piaulattoB.usi said 9sa day oi Apll,l7i: and all of la mnlaaM- lateress o sara wuiuius ia isse asp es rottoa, ei.ru, e cultivated oa saM pssula tlou dnrhnc the year lyrt. The right ef redemption is waived as to said property, aaa the title supposed ta be per feet. nnsxseuanstoBaveyoauya nasi neSS NAITJIJWH H1LU1 ISiuikrupt Sale. ice -f fartee A liarbsrt, Maetc-. wlll.ou A.IBPU" Wednesday, 8lh da) T Dteeeiber, 1874; la freat ef ia v hl oMee. No. IS UateB street. sell to Whi highest bidder, for eash, att tlio uooks iniiinaiag to aawi DraaTupis,iBetuuin4 all notes and aeeoaats uf tae ntas of Parteq SBSB llarlMt. October 17. 1871. i a. JCDMONBSON. Astnee. IN paisaaBce of the terras of atmstdecC exeeateil to lae by J. H. MrtrincUm and N. A. KdriUKtoa.oa the iHh day ef Xareh, 1W4, whiehdeed isot record in the Kecortert otflea, of M testes! not i-ounly. Arkaasfls, toseeare llie pay meat f certain notes in saM deed men tioned, I will, on f Imrtday, January 2I 1H73. between the hoars cf t o'eloek sum. and z o'eloek pjui in front or the :ierk- oiace of tbe Clreatt CoarL of Mlvdssippi couut, Arkansas, In th town uf Ox-nila, -ell for rash, ha foMewicur real estate, silnated aad lying In Mississippi county, Arkansas: Being the soutawettqaar ler of seeWon thirty fw, in towasoip thirteen fUl. ranae elevan i 111 oast: the so4h half seetioa twent -Bve lAj, and the south half of seetiou twaDty-uc and the saatbweet unarter of section thiitv-Ioor 34, alt in town ship thirteen iMJ, range teu lu east, contain ing in an nine uumtrea atm two acres, aaa known as the 'Whitmore place. About 39 acres cleared ana under cultivation, wish valuable Improvements ou tbe same. Also, tbe following real estate: The north west aoarter of section thirl v-hIx ML in town ship fbirteeu 13 1, rauce tea IJ east; and northeast quarter ot section thirty-six fML in township thirteen range tea east; also, the southwest quarter of seetten three 1 3), In townsblp twene ill), range lea W east; alo, the northwest fractional quarter of see tloa thlrty-oae ai), township thirteen ltt, range eleven (Hi east said last described land known as the Fain plantation, containing about MM acres of land, and about SB aerar nnfler ealtlvaUeu. Tlie title to saui property lielleved to be per fect, but X sell and eoavey as trnstee only. nov2l JNO. W.JKFKBRSOI. WHOLESALE GROCERS, SALT AND NAIL ASSNTS, No. 9 UNION STREET, Menipliis, Tenu. W Mr. tV. T. BOWDRE UAH CHARGE- OF THE COTTON DEPARTMENT." MILLS :::::: OFFICE AND YAKD SALESROOM. : : Norlk Front Stroet, opposite Gas Worts Northwest cor. Gayoso ami Second Streets :::::::: No. 7 Monroe Street Non-Kosidont Notice. No. I WS-Ju the FtPit Chancery Court of 8hol- by oounty, Tennessee II. 1'. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, vs. Rosa Bloom. It appearing from stierlir 3 return In this cauKittiat the defendant, Rosu Bloom, ts not to be found in his connty ; It Is therefore ordered. That sheniakober appearance herein, at the cuurlbono in the city of Memphis, Tenn.jou or before the first Monday in January, 1875, aud plead, answer or demur to comidalnaht's hill, or tbe seme will be taken for confessed as to her and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks,ln tbe Memphis Appeal. This 31st day of November, 171. A copy Attest: JJDMUND A. COLK, Clerk and Master, By B. B. Mclfenry, D. C. and M. John Johnson, sol. for compl't Ttu Noii'Kcsident Notice. No.l552-In the First Chaucery Oeurt of Shel by county. Tennessee ilenry W.Spencer et al. vs. Emily B. Arraour et al. It appearing from atiidavit in this cause that tue defendauts, Ida Mnriin and Toe Mar tin, are non-residents ot Teunesee; aud it also appearlngfrom Shert ff 's return that John C. Hook and A, Feuentack are not to be touad in his oounty; It Is therefore ordered, that they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse tn tbe city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in Jtmuary, 1S75, and plead, an swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the sarao will be taken for confessed as to them and set forbearing exparte, and that a cony of HlB order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, In the Memphis Ap peal. ThtsSlstday of November. IB. A eory attests EDMUND A, COLK, Clerk anil Master. By B. B. MoHbnrv, Deputy G. and M, W. A. Collier, sol, for complainant. tu. TRUSTEES SALE. BY virtue of a deed of trust exeaated and delivered to me. as trnstee. on the lsxtSMr of July, 1WH, and registered on the 2d day or July, ISJs, in the Register's oatee of S el by county. Tennessee, In record book No. 96, pase !l,Iwill,on Saturday, 10th day of December, 1874, within the usual bnstnewi boars, at the nerth- west corner 01 Jiain anu Jiaaison streets, in tbe city of Memphis. TenneMee. Droeeed to sell the lot hereinafter described, for cash, at public oittory, to the highest bidder. I wilt convey said lot to the purchaser absolutely in fee simple, in obedience to said deed o: trust. All right and equity of redemption is waivuu auu reunuuictieu. oaiu lotoi tana is situated and described as follows: A tract or parcel of laud situated in the State of Tennes see, In the connty of Slielby, in the city ot Memphis, the boundary heginulBg at a point one hundred and thirty-two (142) feet south ot the intersection of Main and Bjale streets iu the east Uneof Main street; thence south with said east line sixty (H9) feet; thenee east at right angles with Main street one hundred and seventy-live (178) feet to Mulberry street: thence north with ihe west lineof Mulberry street sixty ()) feet to a stake In said west line; thence west at right angles with Mulber ry street one hundred and seventy-five (lit-) feet to tbe beginning. I will convey only as trustee. novl T. K. FAKNSWOETH. Administrator's Sale. IN pursuance of an order of the Chi eet Cir cuit Uourt in Probate, made at ItsSeptesi temberterm, I7i,l will sell at nablte auejlon, at tho rrnnt door of the courthouse In Lake Village, In Chicot oounty, Arkansas, oa Saturday, tOlh day or December, 1874, "Holly Rldgv Plantation." situated on Ixlrn hlcot, in said county of Chicot, and belong. m.. i . i . i ., -.1 .ui atwHiia, ueceaseu, TBRMS OF SALOEe-IrH.rMi oToI malnder In eioal installments, payaBle In one, two and three years, with Interest at tea percent. per annum irom day ofsaleuntB paid, and deferred payments to he secured by mortgage lien on the lands purchased. Said Plantation contains ahnnt lll nnrMnf cleared and 150 of wood land. ilit.. UBVALCODRT, Adm'r Est. of Walter Sessions. deceased. Lake Village, Ark., Vov. 3), 1871. noSS OF XUDAXi I3STATS. No. m N. R.- First Chancety Oonrt of atelby county. o. w. ruiiwiuwndaiminisiraioror C. W. Cberrj , deceased, vs. Salllo 13. Cherry atal. Elf virtue of a decree ior aaie entered Id Hie above -.tated canee on November-2. 1S7I. I will sell at public aueMon, to the highest bidder. In fnsvit of the new courthouse, on. Main street, Newpnla, laonessee, oa Saturday, December 19, 1874, within legal hows, the following describe.1 real estate, attaated la Shelby county, Ten nessee, to-wK: rare or a tract ot itnu bounded as folknc: Beginning at tbe northeast eornero: let N. 14, In the osuiter if tbe Memphts and Somer vilte plank mnd; theuee with said road north sWs' eaa JtW chains to the lDterKeatln of the west side of a W foot street with saM plank road ; thence south a west with, said v root street 41 rs-iw - nains to thcunterseo Uon of suld W foot street with another jarrvnt. street; thence norili S5 west 9U ebaln: tltenee north - east m j7-sM chains to the-ee-glnnlng. eentatiiing W asses. This tract baa been subdivided into 3 lets, containing, re gpeetlvely, 12,lb2esjnd aUH acres, ol whleb only the traeta of acres each are to ba sold, being tbe same lierstbfere sold to Mrs. v.'Arrieitt nna c u. rartee. Terms or Sale-Oa a credit of six Til nr. t 1m purchasers nsjnired to live notes with ap- "-i--'i.'..'-, lutTMtn. iromtiNs; en retalDcd sndeonity of redemption barred- This, November 27, 17I. . ...K-A--'OU5. Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. Hpmca & Foston. Attorneys. nav2J Administra tor's Notice. .TTA-VJNO JJL. annointed by the robatn Onurt of Shelbv OMtnty. Tennessee, ml. nitnlstratorwlth the wilt annexed of Tjbomas A. Iltiford, decfti, this Is to notify edllrrs. to at once Sle Uislr elatms.and UebtorstQ pay IhelrdebH. B.D.WAIdiACli,AtIra i yrec l Rthea Eft price rxtacp !i50, rainS teSlto i 1ft I i I life if Wofenciet e-avea, at SI 11: m s strs. OO.. i THE SAI - 80K8FL joaia. 1. 1 Qeaalne, 1 OB'WM. I LOUD dSl&UBo !'Tntl,op IfllJzht Dr 5"a50nS,?i iird'a 6r Sarrs; IHOrTO'a . MOST oosstfwvMiieruuieutajijtsisuwuMiuauien.fn .' ' "I luuunius. xudv win not wiu an ia"dsWpTblllHSjyT"" Vicksburg. A hantlfurof determined excepUons, have um;l,l" .l,u Vteuali'Pl1 or men Me defeudiug U10 homes of that haurfeflTr IgiSraBt: wbo, with ae or two iiiuudaced the public Deotscticr )tridi-.rtc,,i nu Tlie Dcutnclier Dnidor-Bund will give Its tilth anuial ball at Cochran hall, to monw-niglit, and are makini; ar- iiorwampillfctaJohniOvertoajr'MampulsTfrfa I "Im Jirnli'liirofi T.tttan UnB tn l.fft tufa -n i utTsT vta" rTT iTtnttrt &7b SPECIAL Tjyi EKCIANTS. freezes rrjl4a - rlTxTrF'Lji .at. ftjrt T.T'' lforifoajrnMiTe;HN)t..nt)elempIii3Ur'l IliWIIi 1U1B siiU Ujr ji uvcouiiwr.ioit, , .W.CALDW1I.UJ. UlEfiUPfBBODS i.SLngle Bo. ics. 3 rres.Plati Xros. Slab S as. Case X IFniJtilUOXASD STEEL OPAl I Teod Cutters. Corn Sltellen Mrrs, Kivrrj Uonla, Steel Xra