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THE MBMHPIS DAIL7 APPOBA-Ii -WIEIDISriESP AY. DECEMBER 2, 1 874. AJJD TRADE. Tjk financial mabket yesterday was as varied and iBlerestlog, as would Ira ttw taste of a wearied mortal who swhwW undertake to amuse hlmsoJf by WjtDK the ruled pages of an unueed eatgbook. There was some talk last we)c about puttiBg the rate of eastern onbaBge into new figures, making the tHwnnt or . The eoheme met with HUBittoa aud was deferred. It now jsnpaare to be dead. We again, there fen, quote New York and eastern cities t awnat, ea sight ; New Orleans ; MliiNgenall points at par. Money is OH tS"t at some ef the banks, and those wbo do not acknowledge to tight Bern atMW no more alacrity in extending MMeeamedation than the rest. Thogro oety awl eetton lines have principally jtWeu to tie up money, especially the Daner, awing to the wish to hold cotton Two and three weeks ago cotton prom ised to Improve, and holding out f market looked like good pol ity. Since then the receipts of cot tan have continued unremittingly, the "trtlteg off" so strongly predicted ltw Bet oeme, and the course of prices fa downward. .Liverpool has again de oHned, and that city now quoted 7d taeteatl of the 7jd of last week; New York is also on the downward way how shall those who held eotton out of the market before the decline, bring it forward for sale now? IX they do not how la oar money market to get oat of XMUgM place; -New uneans nas in mmo way, continued to keen out of the Matrictioa; in fact, there is no place whee the monetary reports speak so Arorftril" of a plethora of money at do Knee ef the Crescent city. The JKca ymi of Haturday, reports: "Extreme In activity yet the most prominent fea ture of the money market. In fact, latere never has been a season wince the war when there Win so little demand for aeooniiBotlatioH at the banks, and these iwdtaUeas are scarcely able to find em ptoymcmt for tbeir funds. Outside there m aa abundance ef money offering, bat leaders are still -very particu lar stoat collaterals." This happy atnte of abumia&ee appears to be "too good to last," for the Times of the same city observes: "The impression in some wA informed circles is, that the money Market will harden next month. The reacann add need are the usual settle meate at the elose of the year with la borers and storekeepers, and a local de auad for speculative purposes." It will be observed that the Time does not reckon holding cotton from market as oae of the causes of the expected hard eaing. There might, probably, be some advantage in ascertaining the reasons Jar the dltfeteDt positions of the Mem phis awl the New Orleans money mar kie jost sow. We can only note at preeent that the western markets gener ally feel the tightness that exists here. The St. Louie Democrat, for instance, aid oa Monday : "Discount lines have been contracted to the usual winter's limit, ard outsiders experience conaid smMetitffiealty Ln getting money. There fa bo seareity of funds as yet, but the aanl i are eating into their balances pretty RspisUy." Are we to understand tbat wbare there has been the most en tonffae, there fa the most tightness? If a. it Maws tbat those banks in Mem pfafa thai have their money the moat engaged in actual commerce are the superiors in enerzy and spirit, and will ultimately make the Moat money. The attitude of Eu rope oa financial questions is exciting ooh attention, for oor own fate is, in w&ay raneefa, clearly bound up in tttefcs. The Sank of England has raised tht rate, awl fa expected to advance it yet higher. The banks of the continent of BaroM aw folk) wing the example set them. Germany is encountering diffl- cainee in oataousning its new standard of vatoe, cold for silver, and the Bank ef ltuccia has raised its rate to six per Gent. An exehange paper remarks: "These mosetary movements may seem ijaite remote from ourflnaaeial interests hare ia the center of the American con tfaMHt, bt rf the banks of England, Ftaaee and Prussia get to comiieting with each other ia tbe accumulation of peflte, it eanaot fail to affect the whole Called States very greatly by causing a rise m gold." The rie of gokl has set is oc ratbet, to speak correctly, tho de dine hi tbe value of greenbacks and bo cessation from the i reliction is ex pected for the whole winter to come. Ttate means that our greenback is now worth three cents less than it was in Boatembor. Betas worth lees it will boy awe, hat the working hi en, and all who live oa salaries and incomes, will re ceive no more ef them on that account. Of Mocks, bonds and scrips we need do Boatore than give the nominal quota- tiaiti , for bo bank, broker, or curbstone haunter of heathen Chinee corner, could Ml as a word about them, or any one of taotn. A young MBE cierK modestly mli il taat beheheved there were no qaetaBonB for Arkansas levee bonds, The oorrox market yesterday wb aatmtLi br afaooarazine telegrams; priees were easier in eonsequenee.whieh ptvecome at the buyers opportunity to as fat oa their merits. Little was want- ad but a ceed uu&litv of river bottom cotton, and there was complaint that the nhowofaueh on the tables wa3 re- afaieted. Both excorters and spinners hnwrhf wtth coasiderabie freedom at the Mtowtnt nriees: Etaiued at 12j(Sil31e: erdtaery at lil3c; low middling at Ui3c; middling at i3tf$i4c;gooa nUddlinc; at 11 116c; fancy at 15c. New York telegraphed a heavy market at 14c; New Orleans had a fair demand at le deciiae, quoting 144c; Liverpool was keavy at 7Jd, 1-1 ttJ decline, with sales of 1 9,M0 bales. The following are the quo tattonc of the cotton exehauge: OcataMT 11K6I2- mm mbmit 1 1 1 1 u'uv twasquiet and weak: sales. of waMh exoerters took 10W bales, spinners 500, aau speculators K74. m. KTi. .uw urn ni utpOi aim kHl Friday. . J6U 14,41 liHi tmttuMmmn Mm lint SJW (UB S.715 njtaini mmt uate wt be- mm s.m s,a Hi itam 1 J&MCltM4i mt Htotkoa kaaa. H,W S.ua si?K BaiHWtlf tiny 3,477 mmh"m nmrih. f MXitha; ljitt rear-o'b,li;i'lk, m UJ es; mpa TJM 04SKBWAL XAKKBT, although thawi were river arrivalii froai above, wm without anhnaUoa. Corn sold at Haflfc wtth m t&asAl a demand that taatttUe received was beyoud the day's wants. Omts were stagnant. Bran is tBBiiidaHibi iiapplj" for a lot at the de- BBt, t2 mKou. Otrmtteat wm urooHug mttt W. St. Louis tapers report it: "inactive aad lower; city $S 503 66 nar battel dalivered. No recent sale of aaattiry mouried." Tbe demand here is very MaalL Dttatoet were leas active i on toe day belore at we same quo- . fi were drooiHng, stocs large. Cabbage fa expected, a fl&thg&t wa looked for to arrive before night; there fa none in market but tbe inquiry for choke to good. KratU fa in good aupply and lower, l'avitrv is neelected atf through unless very choice. Provision am la Moderate out steady demand ; rates ate unchanged except a slight drop in bmbi pork. Flour shows activity with eat ebaage except in the lowor qualities, which are bhrber: tbe St. Loufa Ilepub- Hmm of Monday sayc of flour: "Low lifhe we in demand and scarcer than oar. The ranee ef the market at and r 95 wasaonae nrmer, owing to the Several of tbe heaviest i ate now out of the market, and da not propote grinding for a week or so i are for rotmd lolt, unless oth- rmed; and for feed ami rate, jntr smau pur- rates are proportionately ArrUIASB Pkars Apples are in lair demand ; good, $3&3; choree, $3 S4; fancy So; good sound gem- ; at 93 smz e. feriw at SS2 in deot. BKAKa Mediuia, $2 202 40; picked navy, s va. BorreK-Per for ehoice, 3335c; nMMltim, saoosc; lofener scarce. Sou-BBSs' Material Lime, per BM., 91 4V. Uement, Kwedale. 52 o; Loafaruie, common. a. Piaster, ft ft, Pire-briek, perloo, $&5 60. Hair, liMturaru', per oc. Buckwheat S'lour Per bbL, $8 50. BAXiiKe Stufwi Bagging weak at "for t lb. and lle for 21 tb. Twine, per as 14A16c Ties, per lb., 66K for awHoed oldito 'Jefor regular patterns of new, Chkssk Fair demand at 16lfic for chedder, nwtory and western choice. Cotton Yabn Quiet; No. 40(, 16c iMMttsi lcrtwra' who, with one or two ex pluattared tlie public treasury -wd set him f&wsi dm ric-ura nr tma ntinin g? No. 600, Ho; No. 000, 18; No. f00, 16a. Cid br Missouri older, per bUL100 12; half bbl., $6 60. . Cabbage Market bare w8h good in quiry; a fiatboat load near at hand. Celery Per doaen, 50ft$n. Cranberries Per bbl., $12(12 60. Chestnuts By the bbl., $2 608. Corn Bales of 34 sacks at 8So and 30 saeks at STc. Cornmeal Very Utile demand S3 90 and weak. Coooanuts Per 100. ST. Egos Sales at 26(527c ir doen. Flour Medium to choice, $5 per bbl; inferior srades held htehcr. at SO Dribd Fruits Apples, 60j pcaoli- es, ijc; few oiierings. DniBB Beef 14A15C. Grits Per bbl., $6 26. Fish Mackerel No. 1 bblu., $14l i; half-bbls., $7: kits, $1 60; mnas, kits, $2 25(&2 60. No. 2-bbls., $12; half bbls., $G 266 50; kits, $1 20. No. 3 large bMs., $10 WVail; balf-bWa., $5 76 6; kite, $1 15f 20. 1V (, No. 1. hair-bbls., $77 25; family, $4 50fe. Cod, in boxes, per lb., 8c; bonelotw, 9c Jferring, smoked, 50c; roe herring, hair-bbl., $4 50. fjRnnimnis TT-in! mdnnl wilite su gars, liuaianr and relinetl. vellow and white, OrSllJc; hogshead sugars, 10( 11 Jc;clari8ed yeHow,uew,9fcfl04c; open Kettle, new, sjiue; cnoice wiuio, uuw, lljllc Molasses and syrup per gal lon in hamtlft. 50fTrt75e. as ill quality. Ineluilinir Iouisiana new, which is scarce. Tea, as in quality, ni Rice, TJSJc Coffee ttio, peroound, inferior to fancy. lOf.iVMc: Java, 3336c. Salt, per bbl., domestic, $1 902. Soap German, per pound, aBtc uan dles,1718c Snuff oe.bmUes,per do,, S16(ai6: 2 oz.. S10 5(Xail 60: tins. 1 oc, 25. Soda, 5i(6c, in kegs; in box- Hidbb, Etc Steady; buyers oflVriuc prices as annexed: Hides, Hint, 1819c; dry salted, 1516c; green salted, 8 9c; green, 7c; unsound hides, 3S per cent, lower. Deer skins, dry, m&3c. Sheep skins, $l(gl 50. Wool, as in qual ity, 1550c Tallow, 78c. Beeswax, Stic Hominy Per bbl., $56 25. HAY Choice in store, $2"; prime, $25; sale of two car-loads Arkansas prairie at $14. Kraut New in store. S77 50 per barrel. Live Stock Cattle, first quality, at 4J&4ie. ctoss: second quality, 313fc; third quality, 2r2e; gracing, lf2c SneeD. first auaUtv. S4 50ft5 per head; second quality, $3 504. Hogs, first quality, 78c. Horsei $140175 for eood saddle horses; for driving horses, $125145; for plug ho-rses,$7590. iTuies, S60110 for 1414f hand high; $110(S i4o lor $i4o(ia ior 10(5,10 hands. The market for catUe is fairly act! re. Horses and mules are dull but an arrival of stock makes more move ment than would otherwise have exist ed. For shwp there is a good demand for choice. Lemons and Oranges Lemons, per box, $S 50. Oranges, Louisiana, $5 50 08, according to quality. J4.INCE .meat irer pounu, iic. Meat, Fresh Beef, fore-quarters, 3 a3c: hind-qnartei8, 56c. Sheen, by the carcass, 6(S8c. Hogs, 10c; country slaughtered. 744src. JS ails In store, S3 75 rates, casn; on orders, 5s MJ. Oils Coal-oil, per gallon, 17c; lin seed, raw, 90c; linseed, boiled, 95e; lard oil, per gallon, 10. Turpentine, 4bC. Onionk In store. SS 2S4 25. Oats Nothing on landing; sales in store at es7"c. Pigs' Fbet Per kesr. $2 15(5,2 25. Pickles New, per bbl., $Wb0 iu tb; t3alllu.,K otic-no -0. Provisions Bacon clear sides, none; clear rib sides, 13(13$e; shouhiera, 9 8c Bulkshoulders,S6c;eIearribsiues, 10Jlle; clear sides, llrlllc- Hamti sugar-cured, new, 1314c;oid, 1112c. Breakfast bacon, 1314c Mess pork, $2222 50. Lard tierce, 1515h3; keg, 15 Ac: pail, 15j16c. Bacon and bulk are strong, some hold above these quota tions; lard is advanced, except ror pan; breakfast bacon is lower. Powder and Shot Powder, per keg, S 25; halves, S3 38; quarters, SI 81. Shot, drop, per sack, $2 25; buck, $2 50. Lieau, per 10., &gc. Potatoes In store sell at S- 70, and New York peachblowa at $3; early rose $3 253 35, iu sacks SI 26 per bushel; Minnesota hekl at $2 75. Sale of 25 barrels peachblowa and 25 russets at $2 50. Peanuts Per lb., 546c. Pecans Arkansas, 10(l2e per lb. Poultry Chickens, $2((3. Ducks, $33 50. Turkeys, $Sfetl 3. Ueese,3. lreeseu cuiceens, mostly poor, at i oj 2 50 per dozen; good at $2 503. Dressed turkeyu, 1015c per pound. Bpices Pepper, wnoie, per 10., zic; ground, 30c. Cloves, 56c. Allspice, 20c. Cinnamon, whole, 4045c; ground, 50c. Nutmegs, $1 35. Ginger, whole, 20e. ground, soc. Mustaru, pure ground, au 40c; inferior, 20c. oAusage irer m., yioc; city maue, He. Spar eribs Per pouml 67c. Turnips Per barrel, 50oSl. Venison By the carcass, 35e. Vhtxe Lead Per lb., 101llje. MOSEY iiEKET. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, December 1. Rentes, 15c. NEW ORLEANS, December 82f. 1. ster- Gold, 112; sight, discount; ling, oizj. LONDON, December 1. The rate for money at the stock exchange on govern ment securities is 5 per cent. The rateof discount in tbe open market for three months' bills is 5 per cent, which is f below tbe Bank of England rate. The amount of bullion withdrawn from the bank on balance to-day is 2000. Con sols for money and account, 9393, ex-interest. United States 5-20 of 1865, 1061; do. 1587, 109.; 10 40s, 1041; New York Cenral, 94; Erie, 25; Erie pre ferred, 39. WASHINGTON, December 1. The following is the public debt statement: Six per cent bonds, l,l7,274,70u; five percent bonds, $552,525,200; total coin DOiHis, &i 4i,9,uu; lawiui money debt, $14,678,000; matured debt, l?18, 416,080; legal tenders. S382,075,2S7; cer tificated of deposit, $17,120 000; fraction al currency,S47,3S5.693; coin certificates, S22,O45,i00; total without interest, $499, 625,306; total debt, .',2d2,550,29e; t .tal interest, $33,251,111; cash in the treas ury coin, .5S3,043,762; cuirency $16, 699,311; special deposits held forredemp- lion oi ceriincaies 01 iiettwit, 57,131,- 000; total in the treasury, i?146,8b3,073; debt, less casn in trie treasury, z,l,- ),334; decrease during mouth of iSo- veuiber, $123,427; decrease since June 30, 1874, $1,149,907; bonds fasued to Pa- oibc rauway companies, mtorust paya- trie in lawiui mo.jey principal out standing, $&1,623,512; interest accrued and not yet paui, M.Bi i.w?; interest paid by United States, $24,325,396; in- etc., $5,510,044; balance of interest paid ly cie united Mtates, M,io,doz. NEW Y'ORK, December 1. Money was active and in stood demand at 3&ol5 per cent; late dealings were 4 per oeiiU for call loans; prime lnercanuie naner was a shade n teller la anucipatlon of a geaerally higher market, 38 per cent. lor approved uouMed-naiueu anu 5flU per cent xor siugie-namea paper. Sterline was dull throughout the day and at the close weak; 483K48S for sixty days' and 4&9ito490 for demand. Produce exports, $o,uwi,uou. timoai receipts, $377,000. Specie shipments, $1UU,UUU. uoid lell ou irom lizt to mg, one of the recent pools having, it is said. unloaded at liz. carrying rates, 1 per cent: borrowing, 3 per cent, and uat Clearings. $45,000,000. Treasury dis- bursments, $96,000. Government bonds opened strong and higher in some in stances, and closed strong. Tbe closing auotauona were: Coupons of 1881. 1201; 1882,112$; 1S64, 1144; 1865, 1164; new, ii&; is7, ii; isbs, iij; e9 1191. 1 II UL. 11... .,- a 1161. ex-intereet State bonds quiet and nominal; Missouri 6s, 96 j; old Tennes see, 75; new Tennessee, 75; sew Vir ginia, 3; oKi Virginia, iss; ou jsoiai Carolina, 27; new North Carolina, 14. Railroad bonds were active and stroutr. The leading feature was an advance of tfa)l per cent, in i-acinc Mall jawes. A heavy business was done in Union Pa cific firsts and sinking funds, tbe former selling at tt and tbe latter at 67 Stocks were more active than for some time. Speculative stocks opened at i!M above the clotJur uuotatious of yes terday with the exception of Erie, which was per cent, lower in eoneetjuence of an order granted lesUalning the com- any from paying interest; Tate in the ay the otock became strong and active on announcement that the supreme nmirt had dissolved the taruucUoH grant ed yesterday. Tbe market continued strong, with Northwestern and Union Pacific as the feature, until an advance of 1J per cent occurred, after which there was a general falling off, followed try an advance, but at the close there was a slight reaction ou reau sales. Transactions aggregated 276,000 shares, of which 17.000 were CouboI Coal, 26,0011 Cumberland, 30,000 Erio preferred, 18.000 Harlem preferred, 3000 aiionigau ueiiirai, oi,u preferred, 30,000 Wabash preferred, .12, 000 Ohio and Mississippi, 24,000 mi muJ St. Joseph preferreil, and 36,000 Chicago, Columbus and In diana Central. Closing quotations were : rkninn. fin! Western Union Tel egraph, SI ; Quicksilver, 35t: Adams exprU company, 114; Wells AFnrgo's express company, 88; American ex press company, 681; United States ex press company, 62!; Paciuc uiii, , New York Central, 101 J; Erie,2S: Erie, rr.,frr!. 41: Harlem. 1301; Harlem preferred, 125; Michigan CentraU 77 luttBimnr nml TTnrt Wavno. 8S2 : North' .oiuiiam. Ml: Northwestern preferred, 2i; Rock Island, 102; Now Jersey Central, 107; St Paul, 3SJ; St. Paul pre ferred, 681; Wabash, 31;; Wabaslipre- f.mul 4A? TTnrt Wnvne. 951: TelTO rTant.100:TerroHaute. preferred, 1201; riiiMim nuit Alton. 101: Chlcaco and Alton preferred, 106i; Ohio andMissls- ttlntu. XXI I :lnv01ulltla uiuuitntn nuu Cincinnati, 86; Burlington and Qulucy, lOSf; Jjalie Klioro, aij; uiwiko, mnium mwl Indiana Central. 101; 111! nois Central, 971; Union Pacific, 36J; nitral Paoific bonds. 931: Union Pa cific bowls, 921: Delaware and Lacka- wana, 109. COTTON -tlARKHl'S. BY TELEGRAPH. LOUISVILLE, December 1. Cot ton quiet, 14C. ST. LOUIS. December 1. Cotton quiet and weak, 14Jc. CINCINNATI. Decomher l. cot ton dull and nominal, 145c. LIVERPOOL, December 1, 12:30 p.ra. Cotton heaw: middliiic unlands, 7d; Orleans. 8W: sales, 10,000 bales, of which 2000 bales were for export and speculation; arrivals l-16d lower; Jan- -T- 1 tIi -1,: u vauuah or Charleston, g. o. c, 7 D-lGd; December and January shipments from Savannah or Charleston, e. o. c. 7d; January and February shipments from Havannau or unanesiou, 1. m. c, 7:d: December and January delivery from Savannah or Charleston, 1. ra. c, 77-16d; February and March delivery from Savannah or unarieston, 1. in. c, 7jd. 2:80 p.ra. Sales of American cotton to-day, 6200 bales. NEW ORLEANS, December 1,1p.m. Cotton quiet; middling, 14c; sales, 1100 bales; recipts, 8933 bales. 6 p.m. Cotton in good demand: sales, 6050 bales: buyers claim further concessions; good staple Kinus are nrm, and the general run of offerings irregu lar and somewhat easier, but without quotable change; ordinary to strict good ordinary. 13fitl4c: low middlings to strict low middling, 14r14ic; middling to strict middling, hhujc; goou mid dling to strict middling, 14J14c; good middling to middling fair, 14 16Jc; fair, 15J16c; receipts, 10,141 bales; exports, to continent, 4267 bales; to Ureat .Britain, iuuu; stocs, iia.usu bales: unsold last evening, 19,400 bales; on shipboard. 106.000 bales. The Price Current gives the following receipts of cotton since beptemueriBt: urom jkbu river. 23,197 bales, against 12 282 last year; from uuacmta river, iio oaies, agaiiiet bout last year; irom ivrnansaa river, none, against 1492 bales last year; Jackson railroad, 89,027 bales, against 72,508 last year, lteceipts proper since first of September, 299,303 bales, against 243.524 last year. 317,780 in 1S72, and 223 973 iu 1871: total at all ports, 1.334,- 152 bales, against 1,023,706 last jear, and 1,166 54 iu IbiZ. NEW YORK, December 1, 10:15 a.m. Futures easv: January, 14 18-ie14Zc; February, 15 3-16ft15c; March, 15 9-1G 15c; December, 14 9-1614c. l-:oo p.m. X'utures easy; January, UlS-lOtollic; February, l&i15 3-lbc; March. 15i515 9-16c; April, 155 1513-lj; December, 14 9-1614c; Kiltt for future delivery, 17,700 bales. 12:20 p.m. Cotton dull and un changed; lower to "ill; sales to export ers, 22 bales; to spinners, 203 bales; sales last evening for export, 200 bales; to spinnera, 157 bales; to speculators, 373 bates. Net receipts, 6G6 bales; gross re ceipts, 3833 bales; export coastwise, 1298 bales: stock, 107.081 bales; market Lhtsavy; middling, Mfc. Cotton report tor tour uays as an me United States ports: Receipts, 84.5S2 bales; exports to Great Britain, 50.86S bales; to France, 9687 bales; to the cou tineut, 2711 bales; stock, 5S3,2S4 bales. 2:10 p.m. Cotton neavy and nomi nally unchanged; sales for export, 22 bales; to spinners, 546 bales. BUY GOODS JIAKKBT. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. December 1. There was a moderate package trade in cotton good, and agents closed out some heavy brown sheetings at low prices. Cotton flannels continue active and firm in nriee. Side-band prints still in sood de mand. Kentucky Jeans and cotionades are doing fairly. Clothiers are placing orders for worsted coatings for spring wear. Heavy woolens in moderate de mand. Foreign goods dull. PKOBDCE MARKETS. BY TELBGKAPH. LOUISVILLE. December 1. Flour and wheat quiet Corn quiet, 7075c. Oats firm, 6065c. Pork active and higher, $22. Bacon nominal. Sugar- cured hams, 1213c. Bulk meats firm at 7i, li10tc. Lard tierce, 14c; keg, 15fC. Whisky, 9Sc. CINCINNATI. December 1. Flour steady. Wheat firm; red, $1 081 10. Butter and cneese quiet, provisions dull and drooping. Pork in fair demand at lower rates, $20 50 spot- Laid easier; steam, 13-Jc spot; kettle jobbing at 1 IK" 14e spot. Bulk meats quiet and weak. 7," l0r10Jc, loose; clear ribs, 10c bid at the close. Bacon quiet Green meats easier; shoulders, 6.957c; sides, 9c. Mams, IKUJC. wnisay lirmatyac. CHICAGO. December 1. Flour dull. Wheat dull and lower: No. 2, 911c cash. Com dull and a shado lower; No. 2, 73o cash, 7171Jc seller all the year; new No. 2, c casii or sewer an me year. Oats quiet and weak; No. 2, 52io cash or seller all the year. Whisky steady at 97 (97a. Pork dull, unsettled and lower; S19 75 spot, $20 371 seller February. Lard in fairdemand at lower rates,13.20c spot, 13.5513.60c seller February. Bulk meals quiet and wean; saies 01 suort ribs, 15 days old, at 9jc. Green shoul ders, e-le; buyers generally demanding oonceeskms. NBW ORLEANS. December 1 Flour double. SI 75; choice, $5 75 6 50. Corn white and yellow, 90c. Oats, 7071c. Bran. $1 12j. Hay prime, $28; choice, $27. Pork, $21. Dry sal tin eats shoulders, 9c. Bacon Detter, demand nrmer; 10, IS,, HK"-oc. Hams Bcaree;old,12413c; new,15J10c Lard keg, 15c. bugar inferior, 41(76 5Jc; oouiuiou, 55j6c; fair to fully fair, UHifc; prime to strictly prime, 7jii) SJc. Molasses comuion140c;fair,4049c; prime to strictly prime, 5054c. Whisky Louisinua, $1 05; choice western, $1 05. Coffee ordinary to prime, 17 ISrC. Corn meal, $4. NEW YORK, December 1. Flour quiet; superfine western and State, Si 10O4 65: St Louie, $4 9958. Corn- meal dull. Wheat dull, heavy and lower; No. 2 Chicago, SI 001 10. Corn less active: old mixed western, in store. 92c afloat. Oats dull aud lower; mixed western. 68c. Coffee quiet Mo- loaena New Orleans. 55St02te. Rice ouiet Petroleum refined dull and lower at lOMfelOic: crude firmer at 5 5 16c. Pork firmer at $21. Beef and cut meats quiet; middles firm; long clear, 111UC. Laid lower; prime steam. 13ic. Butter heavy. Cheese quiet; common to prime, 12J15jc, Whisky dull anda shade easier at SI 02, ST. LOUIS, December 1. Flour ouiet Wheat dull and lower; No. 3 red fall. SI 01M&1 02. Corn quiet at 66 r68c. Oats dull and a shado lower; No. 2. 5lfca55c, closing firmer at 55e. Wbia- kv stead vat SI. Provisions holders, In some Instances, disposed to sell, but generally buyers and sellers apart; mar ket weak, with .1 downward tendency, and nothing dono in any article. At tbe brokers' board this evening buyers aud sellers were apart: no Bales; $20 50 bid for pork, seller March 20th and Februa ry. Lard was offered at 13Jc seller six months 13 January; J3JC all the year, no bid. Green hams, 14 pounds aver age, offTered, lOjc seller December; no bid; 50o iter barrel paid for tho privilege 01 delivering pors in Jbeoruary at siw 10, .11VKOUU BE8IORED-A Victim ot yoatblQl Imprudence, causing premature de eay, nervous debility, etc- having tried ln- vun every Known remeay, nas xouna a simple self-cure, whlchhewUl send free to his fellow sufferer-. Andrew J. H. RliVts, 7S Nassau Mre 1 , JNew luiJC. MYER INTELLIGENCE. Bonm tonvlnc Day. FOU OSCEOLA. I'BANKVouaEST, Joplln, maMer G.W.CUKKK, Green, inteter. FOK C1NOINKATI. MiNMK0LA,J.N.81iunfc,maMer.. FOIt F1UARH POINT, pjn ...Av.m p.m P1111.ALMK. Loot master.. 1 p.ra Arrlvalv. White river ...New Orlnaus ltollcrt Mltclicll n lencoo... - .Now OrlcaiiK Capitol City.. tirand Tower. ..SU Lonls ..KU Lonls St. Josepn AIinncalto..M. 81. Louis ..OJliclimatl A.J.Wlilt- wWaioioon ciRrksvllle ... ..Arkausas river .Ai kim sfut river 1 telle or Texiw- 8U Francis-.. .Helena A. J. Willie.. -.Nailuon Urnndltiwcr... St. Lonls -. St. Lonls .-.Vlck6hnrs; St.Jo.sepli..- CBpltolCltr nienroe .... ...l.lUIS Ilobert Mitchell Ct lie) 11 unit City or Augtisifc-... ...lletirement In t'oru Alluucola. Wcallicr, Rivers an it RnNliiess. Yesterday was clear and pleasantly cool. The river continues to rise at this nointwlth a good stago of water to St Louis at which port iro was running vesterdav. " and a gorge was reported twenty miles below that city. The Ohio continues to rise from Cincinnati down ami now gives seven feet clear in the channel. Wlilto river la stationary with four anda half feet iu the channel, and tho Arkansas river is rising at Lit tle Rock with three and a half feet Bu siness pn the wharf yesterday was mod erate. Hinge or Rivera. OrpiciOEsMSin.BKB.tr.s. A. I December 1, UW.l Above low Changes , water- "Ulie. I Kail. Peel. lu's. Ft. 1 In. jFt. to. j Keokuk "3 2 2 Cairo.... - 11 11 2 8U Lotus. 7 8 1 I'ittsburff U 1 2 Cincinnati... 1 2 . Louisville-. 7 4 '- Memphis 7 0 9 1 Hlirovcnort 7 S -. Nasuvllle. lu 2 11 . New Orleans'.... IS 5 ..! 2 . UtUeltocb ! ! I Below bench mart. 11. il. LUIiWiu, uuserver. Movement at Hants. The Grand Tower left for St Louis yesterday morning with a good ship ment 01 cotton ior me easu xiio aiii tol City, Irom St Louis, arrived yester day morning with six hundred and flfnr tnrm nt freinht She discharged sixteen hundred packages of grain, and after adding fifty tons of way freight, left just beloro dam ior vicasuurrj. j.110 Robert Mitchell passed up yesterday morning with eight hundred tons ot su- ar and molasses ior me uuiu uvtu. ih. nut nrThere fourteen bales of cotton, a lot of sugar and molasses, and twenty packages of sundries. The Ella, from White river arrived yesterday morning with two hundred and eigmy-iour uaies of cotton, having re-shipped at tue mouth forty-six bales for JNew uneans. The A. J. Wilite, from jNapoioou, brought in one hundred and forty-two bales of cotton and six hundred sacks of seed. Tho Minneola, from Cincin nati, arrived yesterday morning with a cargo of furniture, miscellaneous goods, etc. The St Joseph, from St Louis, ar rived at noon yesterday with a full car go of grain and produce. She returned in the afternoon with a goed trip. News Drift. Tim TTiirelrn. now renairinc at Louis ville, will be run ia the Cincinnati aud Kentucky river trade this scison by Ben Truman Owing to ice, snow, hail, rain, and a miscellaneous speciea of wintry weather, navigation above St. Louis is now a matter of doubt A num ber of boats have found a safe winter harbor in the Alton diite-alough......The 1 incmpMnrs nt Nfiw Orleans, iu their report upon tho Empire disaster,say that although the boat's freight was tweuty flvo tons in excess of her register, it can not be considered an overload for one of herclass aud condition. They are, there- fnro unnliln in stalo tho caUSO of ller sinking, but think it may be determined when they arc enabled to examine tho hull Cotton rates from Shreveport to New Orleans are three dollars per uaie. ...The JoeKJnnev's mate carved a ne gro roustabout at Vicksburg Saturday, imf mnn!iiil tn elude arrost The Ori ole cave the Helenaites an excursion last 9 . , t: t .. Allni. ifl weea, anu upon juuuiug at a omu the gentlemen were used as roustabouts to handle the staple. The woodwork on the lower levee at Hew Orleans is in a miserable, dilaoidated and dangerous condition.and will soon oe useless unless repaired rno 11. n. uee suieru, uviu Bell, ia convalescent, aud has left his room. MIOTICS TO THE DB. J. A. SHERMAN, of NeWiorlt city, is now in Memp; is, where he can remain but a limited period, in consequence of the urgent demand for his services at his office in OW loril, anu may mi runauucu . u.bv.d 1 the WOIU3IIAJI HOUSB by those desirous f availing themselves ot his experience in .n .inn,ni'r... nf lilcurAlt Unnwn method Of uia .muiiuwuu " relief and cure for Rupture. The appliance used in his treatment is free from the great annoyance and injury trusses inlllct, while it renders the patient perfectly secure from the dangers of Inflamed and uuriixti Kimtwiicu o c"'"-"' r Vi ith Uiec 1 cure ismaultatlon any hour of tho day or oven- Us taj?.fte- in KOOnjS i VYOrSllllIll liuuw, tuu the enttfaace. . . Dr. 8, has been In correspondence ior several . 1 . l- Himtnf rf nnMinnN yeant past, wjui i linno Ajwmwi v j. ,r , Ilvincln this vlc'niiy, through whose ouci- . . . 1 1 . . ..1.1.. ... t.Ti thnuAurhn UillOUH UtS visiia .HL'iU'iiiauKt,u j. cannot alTonl Uie time and expense of going IO JEW loriiau Ufiliwuuui jf iu t.'.n. selves of his popular bystem of relief and cure. Uooley'a ITeast Powder isperieouyirurqanu vyximeauuip. Dooloy's TZeeat Powder is put. up in x1 mi wetKumiui. Dooley's Yoaat Powder flaxes Jiicgant msmits anu wjub. Dooley'fl Yeast Powder liases Iralldous mumns, uriuuie .iukt, Cornbread, etc Dooley'H Yeast Powder Is the best, becacsc peifectly pure. Uooley'a Yeast Powder la the Cheapest, becausu full weight. Be sure to as& for Dooley's Yeast Powder Dooley's Yeast Powder Is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Boolev'a Yeast Powder Is put n;i in Tin Cans of various sizes, suitable ior r amines, jmaniiuguuunw, nuwiB, w taurants and River, Lalte and Ocean Vessels on short or long voyages. The market is flooded wlta Uiesp, I nlerior Bating and Yeast Powders of Jru! 01 short Weight. DOOLJSi'S xKART !(.' I &K IS warranted full strengtU and fud wolgn-.. Bold at woolewuu and reuui, generally throughout the L nlteu htate oy dealers In Groceries and Family 8uppi.es. HUGH TOltBANCK. THOS. WELLFOBU Lata wltn 'V, s tj. Jaoa; TORRANCE & WEXiLEORB Bucoessora to Hugh ranee & Bon, COTTON FACTORS AND General Commfsslou MerchantB, JSo. 19 Jefferson Street, Opp. Comeerclnl Hotel, Memphis, Tean FLOWERS, PLANTS AND TREES. rstHK winter season approaching will find 1 rBED. UaKUliU), 413 Second street, prepared to supply Bouquets and Flowers of all sorts for Festivals and -Entertainments, both publio and privale. There is a fine collection of Bvergreeus, OPpeclnll" .Mngnouan, at uiu ureen now on Second street, near Beale, which will be '.up. phw customers st low figures., uoii t . 1 io Deutscher Bruder-Bund willclvo Its Ultli annul ball at Cochran hall, to! morrow-night, and are niaklnrr ar- HKSRT U. MILLER linKIIY XII0MA8. SCHOOLFKLD, HMAUBR & CO,, WHOLKSALK Grocers &CottonFactors JWO FBOMT BTKEET, M Kltril IB, z : : II J : TENNES3KK TKTX Invito the attention orTjuvem to onr W LAHOB ANU COMl'LETK BTOCK OF OUOCK1UKS, feeling conBUento! being able uj oner uiem sooa luouriiueHiitui lunugmn as they can bo purchased in any Western or Southern city, we will give especial atten tion to tho sale of Cotton, our Mr. Louis Ilan- auer making llial aspeciaiiy. TiiatiklUK our many friends for the very liberal patronage bestowed on tuonrm Just dlnsoived, wa respectfully solicit a continu ance or weir iavors, uoping oy cioso alien' tlon to bnslness to merit the same. Mtimihls, Jnntt 1. 1K71. let Sl GO. ealhoforft Co.), (SticceMota to Forst COTTOI'J FACTOES AND GOMBIISSION IdEECHANTS, prosit street. BARTON'S DEWBERRY CORDIAL nniiE subscribers have been appointed agents I for the above remedy, ulehlv recom mended for all bowel aflectlons; and for BUCKEYE SALVE, U. W. JONES CO., VTholexala Umazlsts. 'JSJ lloln St. MSimS TEA STORE. T TOUR AND j AND COFFEE AT T C, H. POMEROY & ea.'s, SC5 Main St, Memphis, Tenn. A. E. ICOSEDAr. W. A. KCBD. WLolcsalo and Retail Dealers In Opposite Court Bqnnre, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE. CIGABS! LOTTERY ! CI6ARS! HORHIO & BKOTHEK, COMMISSION MBKCHANT8 (Established Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Iluvaiiii nail Ufiriiefrilc CienrN, Leaf To bacco Cigarettes, Manufactured Chewing and (Smoking Tobaoco. ATTENTION To take place December 16, 1S71, (Jrent Exlmnrttlunrj Drswiucof tho renowned lloyal Havana Lottery. Only 1(1,000 wholo tickets and tl,aju,UC0 to be distributed. Csmtal l'rize SMOjIXW. Be prompt: call for plans and send orders, in advance, to 77 Gravier street. NEW ORLEANK. La. WAVBRLY HALL FRDIT FARM, KERR AVENUE. riiHE undersigned is prepared to furnish L Strawberry and Raspberry Plants in quan tities to hull purchasers. Orders lolt with Hpicer & Ky.T.11, 3t Alain street, ;shall nave promjrt attenUon. JOHN E. UPIUER, October 13, mi. Manager. O. II TAYLOIt. Til 03. F. DDFFIN. Election Notice Office of the Memphis Citv Fire akd") ubnkkai, IN8USAMCE Company, No.lK Madison street, j Mshphis, Tenn., Nov. 23, 1S7I. Tlie Stoekholdere of this Company are hereby notified to attend the annual meeting, at the office of the company, on Monday, December 7, 187-1, as required by Section 16 of tbe Charter, for the Election of a President, VIce-PreMdent, Cashier, and Seven Directors, for the ensuing year, and for tho transaction of any other regular business required by tho Interests of the company. The election will be held between the hours of 10 o'olock ajn. and l o'clock p.m. By order of E. M. API'!4KON, President. UknbvJ. Lynn, Cashier. nov21 K. F. HEREON. JAMES CONNOR, Lata with Shane, Harris & Co 10N.C0NN0R&GQ. (Successors to McOee dc Htrron) 4GT0BS AMD Coinmlssioja Meirebasala 6 and 8 West Court St., MKMPHIB, : : : TENNESSEE STLiberal advances made on consignments Bagging aud Ttcs tBrnlsbed onstomera. IriAw 4HKS6IING MY! JUST BKCEIVED-SEW SUPPLY OF l'arlor Laiupn, Tnblo Laiiiiu, Ktc. A'on.EspIosiva LnnipH, Olnsi l.nmpB, nil sizes, Chandelier nml Hull Lump, Toilet Noiii, l'nrafl ne Candles, Gerinmi nntl ltcsln Soaps, xloiisclcceiiinir Good. O. F. PSESCOTT & CO,, PIONEER LAS!? AKD OIL STORE, 2SS Dlnlafilroct. A three-ply all cloth collar; no paper; can be washed clean with a sponge or damp cloth; one will wear a week and be always bright. CObU 4 cents. The best and cheapest collar ever made. no2i, 25, zs, dec2 TREMENDOUS SLAUGHTER -AT- BANKRUPT PSICES! AGAIN we have received largo lines of Goods from Ilankrnpt Sales which we are oscrlngat Bankrupt Prices: Bleached IomeKllo.5c per yard and upward Drown Domestics, ."o and upward Wool Joans.. .......... ...JXta Cotton Plalds... . .. c and upward Calicoes. ..6c and npwanl Flannels. .....16c and upward Oasalmereff JjQc and upward Uoels and Shoes Clicapcsl in the CHy, as well as our Immense slock of CLOTHING at corresponding low prices. CALL EARLY 1SD KECURE BARGAINS 3&S2Srma' "I ! W. W.HoiiooLriKU). LOOIS IlANAtlXi. Boots 1 Mies 269 1-2 MAIN ST., mm mm SPECIAL mJBfiCfilMTS. ft) ANNOUNCE THE RECEIPT OP ANOTHER I0T OP mm mm mmm JJllJjuO uUUiJUj IJuiiijOlluu ilandsomo Emiircss Cloths nt Panic Trices. irniidsomo Caslunoros at Panic Prices, Handsome Col'il and Black Alpacas at Panic Prices. Plain Colored Alpacas at 15c per jyard, Now Colored Alpacas at 25c a yar d. Ilavon Black Alpacas at 25c a yard. IMPORTANT XKT T33l3S3 P3IOSS C3P Pino Black Cacliraaro Silks $2 50 a yard. Fino Blaok Faille Silk $1 90 a yard. Fine Blaok Gros Grain Silk 81 50 a vard. Colored Gros Grain Silks $1 35 a yard. Colored Faille Silks 75e a yard. Striped and Fancy Silks 67c a yard. Svening Faillo Silks $1 a yard. WE HAVE BB6DH CLOSING SALE FINE FURS. WB HAVE BEGUN CLOSING SALE FI3E FURS. WE HAVE BEGUN CLOSING SALS FINE FURS. Wo are Still Lower on Prices of Velvet Clonlu. We aro Still Lower on Prises ot Velvet Clcalis. We are Still lower on P;-::es of Velvet Claalia, Wo Ilavo Bargains iu Herluo Underwear IVe Hare Bargains iu Merino Underwear We IIcto Bargains in Merino Underwear PLANTERS' G-OODS AT SPECIALLY Brown Domestic, 74c. Canton Flannel, 10c. Cotton Plaids, 10c. Whito Blankets, $2 75 a pair. Full Stock Brogans, SI 35 a pair. Women's Shoes, SI a pair. Children's Shoes, G5c a pair. Iiinseys, 15c. Jeans, 15c. 10-1 Sheeting. 25c. SPECIAL BABSMNS IN 261 and 2f3 UTain !ARC, SUGGS & O WHOLESALE GROCERS AIB COTTOI PA'CTOES USTo. 233 JfLOHtHS? STSJEISJO?- J. T. FAUGASOtf. C. C. FAR G-AS ON & CLAY, Aivrn. 1KB 32 APP2.ES, ORANGES AND POTATOES. PRODUCE DEALERS, LARGE STOCK OK APPLES. ORANGES. POTATOES, ONIONS, ' Meat. I'lgs-K eft. Etc. LOW TO TUB TltADE. JOHH CHBDINS. JOHN 161, 16S and 165 WASSlTBTCKEON STKMES, AND 3IANDFACTDREBS OF DOOBS, SASH, BHDS, FL00RIN6, Ceiling;, Moldings, Balusters, Palings, Newel Posts, Sraokets, Etc. FllAMINO LUMIlKIt OP ALL KINDS, YELLOW riNB, OTCPKES3, POPLAR AND Walnut ; Bliln;les and Latns Ior sole ; 1'laumg, Hawing, Scroll sawing and Turning done to order. ar Well Cnrblng, for Kandle&Heatn and Bntler AMcMahon'a Anger's, made to order, on snort notice. All kinds ot Gin Gearlngor Yellow Pine. Iy7 JAS. M. (30ODBAK. JNO. R. 8. QUiliIIiAKD. 22 1-2 AND Wholesale Boots and Shoes, - m. 297 HAP" STEEET. Forei-m sad Native Wiaies, yt JTrlucljio do Gales' factory at Koy West Cj-k l-Tra ' si IH a "ft? V"WJ f'ortertiunuaiea.tn -KjrolderedjLIiien Bets, fiOo to 2. iutauu n and llosicry. and Hosiery. and Hosiery. Great Ecducliou'.in Brussels Carpets. Urcat Beductlon in 3-rir Carpets. Great Redaction iu Ingrain Carpets. Z.OW PRICES. Double Shawls, SS. Felt Skirts, $1. Standard Prints, 8c. All Wool Jeans, 35c. Bleached Domestics, 10c. Qray illankets, SI 75 a pair. Wool Hats, 75s. Boys' Caps, 25c. Childs' Hose, 5c a pair. EAGH DEPARTMENT, T C3 Street, Coraar Court. Xs. 33, STJCrQ-S. CI. AT. J. A. HCAT- NEW ERA MINCE novis GUMN. M. H. COOVSB JOS. Ii. COOOBAIS AI.VAX B. GOOOB.Oi. 324 MAIN m IEtaa25SV61ure5!SrBSS v,su at&WZJpyiUl p for fnnrTnMjuii'VA', w& - vans anaiuotineis."" ' ISsmkriipt Sale,, Willi aoit i of the .miii nf L TOOF.I' uu, DoacrBpti, will sell, on tlie Thitly.ilrst day or December, 1871, IS THE TOWK OF NAPOLEON, DESIIA CO., ABE,, at noon, tlio folio wins deMilbed projwrl-, to-wlt: Tlie BoutheaM nearter of teeWon bar teen UO and the bouthweet quarter ot aectloa tlilrteen (IS), all in tewnlilp eight ) math, range one (1) west, the name IwIdk tain undi vided interest of Uharios Davit, of Bunett's LintllDg, Arkansas, a conveyed by deed of trtut toToof.I'billlps A Co., dated March 17, 17& and recorded MarehLM. iwt. In tbe rtorkl iiuice oi me connir oi uetma, in uxk is, Ufa, pazes rai and 427. wo sell and convey all the interest of taM tan J . Uavl8 ln an1 " ald property, as et ... . naiu utu til II UJ1U UiaVEK dt WOOLDItlDOB, Memp-ili, KoTcmbtr 30. 1871. Aart!Jr RYiIKSLf1. J!?1 ?' '"t executed and r VS. irnstee on the 21U dar at Anrut,187l, ud legutered in iLT iLL the Hb day of UtJr.mCnt No. 7. page ttli, for the rwrpoWoTSStli certain Indshtuln f,ilr. "?.?eo",rn Wlliron "-mWBM, I Saturday, January 2d, 1875, within leeal hoars, cell tlui nmivhoin. after lieeerl bed fbroanli.at pubUa ovterr. to the hlsheet bidder, the f-oTtowrBK pwMWkl property, to-wlt: The leasehold ol the Mock yard altnated on Heeond atreet ln tinetoea, alfio five (& hOTUML nn. mnlA raw. iiued, now la aid Hock yard. Alio the follow- iuk properiTinine two4torv hriir imnuui. Jo'nlng said stoelc yard: All tbehooaenold uuu juitata larniiare, oo Hawing of beds, bedsteads, bedding, chairs, tables, waihstandi, unreaua. croekerv. china wuitud , at,!- - also two billiard tables, cnes. etc., oce kitchen range, together with all apparatus belonging tohame; also two bnaie,ona with towand one open buggy, bar and bar flxtaras, in. clQdloc stocl: on haudot liqoora, OKars, ate. : tn short, evunrthlnif now fn said luu or stock yard, being the same lately oeeapted by U CaCrolx. bale of above deserlDed prop erty to take place on the premises in Chelsea. I sell as trustee. J0UN t-'UBBlHH. Troatee. U. W . Miller, attorney. del CHANCERY SALE or VALUABLE REM. ESTATE On Thursdy, December 'i, 1874. Second Chancery Court of Hfceiby eestaty wm. Morrow, treasurer, vs. K. J. Vorsons. BY virtue of an interlocutory deeree lor sale, entered in the above cause on tbe aid day oi October, 1S71, 1 will sell, at pnblls aoetioa. to the highest bidder, in front of the county courthouse, aiomphis, Tenn, on Thursday, December S, 1874. withlng legal ho urn, the following de&eribad real estate, to-wlt : 1Slm .....) . . .1 u iiwi. . . .. In Shelby connty, Tennessee, in district Ho. U. and Is tbe east halt of entry No. M, ami Ilea Inst Iin Ct n. ft. , . . . 1 i rm. itallroad and south of Sradshaw avencss. - u. iuq .,W..IW1IUP1 idu sessncsBssat OHie SHH1, jiuu.ucioDersi, i?t. M. n.n. STEWAF.T, Clarfc aad Xastwr. By Oeorce Mallery. II. C. and M. w. W. McDowell, sol. for eaapit. Trustee's Sale. 05 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1874, At 13 O'eloclt IL. JWILL sell Ior casta, to the highest bidder, at the southwest comer oi Mala and Mad Hon streets, lot 20, containing 373-109 and one acres ol lota, of N. M. Trezevant's subdivision, ac cording to tho terms ol the trust deed ol A. L Itanklu, recorded ln Registers otttce. Book: 7A T).4J7. JOim V. TP.rStEVA-NTVTnistee. Trnstee's Sale Valuable Property S. W. Corner or Main and Eichango Streets. OS THCBSDAY, DECEMUBIt 10, 1874. at 11 o'clock ajn on the a. W. comer ot Madison and Main streets, Memphis, 1 will sell, to the highest bidder, tor cash, tbe follow, lng property: A lot of ground a feet and i inches front on west Una of Main street, and extending westward along the line of and parallel with Exchange street at right-angles Irom the front 11S4 feet to Exchange alley, and being the same property sold to Thomas llugan by H. M. Nelson, L. V. Frazer. and the ex oca tore of K.Tltns, deceased, by deed bear lng date 11th May, 1SJ2, and conveyed to use as trustee, by deed from Thomas IJogan, te core certain Indebtedness therein speeUed tills sale being made to carry oat the pro visions of said deed ln trust, whicta is recorded in the Register's o trice or Hhetby county, on the 10th day of May, 1872, in book 87, pace H, etc. Right of redemption waived, and title believed to be good, but I sell and osomr only as trustee. novW JOHN P. TREZBVANT. Trustee. 'Ei'unt Sale. B Y virtue of a deed ln trastmadetome by William A. ilowen. on the SHh dar ot April, 1671, and recordedln tbe Kssdater's omee 01 aneiDy county, in booK Ito. aft, page 187 and for the purpose of paying tbe Indebted' noss secured therein, I will o0er for sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in front of the courthome,ln the city of Hem phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, on Tuesday, the 15lh of December, 1874. between the hours of 11 o'clock ajn. and j u orott p.m., tne ioiiowing described land, lying ln Shelby county, Tennessee, in the city of Memphis, to-wlt: One-third undivided in terest lu the following described lots, to-wit Part of country lot Mo. 48K, being lot No. 11 ol John II. Armour's sub-division of said oountry lot, fronting fifty (50) feet on the Pigeon Boost road (now Marshall avenue) on the north side ; thence running baest northwardly to an alley 15414 feet; thence with said alley east, wardly feet S inches; thence southwardly feet to said road or avenue ou whlen lot stands a twotory frame dwelling, numbtred by street Ho. M on said road or avenue. Also, part of country lot Mo. a, being lot No. 10 of said subdivision, adjoining said last described lot on the east (aud ou which lo: stands a two-story frame dwelling, numbered by street No. 38 on said road ur avenue) fronting 50 feet on said road or avenue, anu running back to the alley aroresalu north wardly; thence with Eald alley 50 feet 3 Inches And also, patt of country lot Mo. tttt, begin nlng on the north side of Monroe street IS. feet oast of its intersection with new Welling ton street; thence eastwardly with said street SO feet to a stake ; thence north 118 feet to au alley; thence west on and with said alleys, feet to a stake ;t hence south ltK feet to the beginning, on which stands a small one-story frame cottage-house. The right of redemption is waived and the title believed to be good, but I convey on Ira i trustee. J. A. ANDKItSON, Trustee. CJiiancery Ssle -or ESiAI ESTATE, No. 1121. R. First Chancer? Court of Hh&lbv county . W. C. McClure, receiver, etc, vs. iiisrjr a. coiuusuvtr, et ai, T YT virtue of an lnterloeutorv deeree for JD sale, entered in the above cause on Use tethdayof October, 1S7I, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, ln front of me new courinouse nuiiaing, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, December 12, 1874, within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Memphis, Shelby coun ty, Tennessee, to-wlt : First A lot of land on tbe north aide oi Beale street, and east of Desoto street, begin ning at a stake on the east line of a lot con veyed to Joseph ijchoonover by one Jacob Bplvey, and running thence north with said Hehoonover's east line 1W feet to a stake; thence west and parallel with Beale street 30 xeet to a ssaae: tueuoe sotuu ana panum fMt Ui tt Second A lot of land on the ncc" -so of Beale street, bounded as follow, Beginnimj at a stake on the north side of .ftIe street Ito feet east of its Intersection the east side of Desoto street, rnnnln thence east with Beale street 4 14 feet to? 3teJe! thence north- waruiy ki ieet: ui6z "r. wish Beale street be feet ; soutn parallel with Desoto street !T7 fee". Juence west parallel with Beale street IsV6-to a stake; thence south narallelwlth tokiuj with r street U feet to the be- ginning. Thlnj-IA No: 2tf btect 4, being so feet on is west?00 ' Chester street, between Ho XI the ling an -" stteeis, auu running dock -Tlver. nlh A part of lot 355. beimr fast isi gf-th side of Madison street, by 75 feet deep, jounded on the north hvMaaisnn ue ussv uy lot oi ur. iL. i . jtemn, and on tbe ..-m uu buuuiuy iota oi u. w. juincotn. on this lot there is a three-story house. xerms of Hale On a credit of 7 and n months; notes with approved security re quired; Hen retained to (art her secure ssuae. This November 17, lK7t. E. A. COLE, clerk and Master ByR.J.I51aok.D.aandM. ""Ja"BWCl McDowell S Johnston and Collier A liotu ton, attorneys. novlB Trust gale. oueioy county, ln book m page S7, i will bidder, for cash, In front of the conrtboaseila the city of MempaU, Mhelby county, Tennes- 8c, on Thursday, December 3, 1874, between tho hours of II o'clock ajn. and 3 o clock run., the following land, lying ln the city of Memphis, county of Shelby, state of Tennessee, and known aslot2Honihe plan of the city of Memnhis. and fronting on tho idmi side of Second street 71 feet, and running back with tho north line of the tlret alley north of Adams street 118 feet. The Interest to be sold and conveyed Is a three-fourths Interest In said lot, the other undivided one-fourth beinc the property of J. A. Anderson . I The right of redemption is waived ami the title believed to be eood. hut 7 u,n nn. only as trustee. novm H. J. JIoDOWSLL.Trustee. Administrator's iice, NOTICElsherebyglvcoef ray appointmen as administrator of Mm. J.VnliB ?S deceased. All persons indebted to said estate wlli setUeatonpe. All persons having 5almj aea'Mt awwlll present tbem at oncedHlr probated, either at Judge Jarwgan's, o!l Madison street, or to ma St lferr-.ni.. - ...... ... ....... . '"Ul svaissHiiunjiinuim nu. A-ius. -i,uuiJi,Ai!iinttugtor. (uieircteMa, A. Kftirhmann.att" lor nttfr rr7-.iv T JE3fiMH9 Medical Bisfr22&rT No. VX JcSforneH gtrect, BMweea Mats aad rront Mow, Eatabtehod to MW4 IK. JOIIimQM M ask I .'.ties Interested, as or fax thai rajrnysletaa in ai. treatment of Drlrate or ases. timck, that ogh and pares. . . ia every causa, male OS la, Iteeent casn of Oooorrheaand Myphi Mi. "w uar without the mit ?5fS of '"et or hlndranee rrosa volantarr torn or ssismb tnnH -w.. . time, aoffsren fmta lis Potency or low of ?eraal power restored to fraa vior ln a lew weeae. viesuaa w swraasa and exeeastf reaenr. snHMlBC from saarraaioniisn i of DhTsieal and mental Dower. iMntit. permaseaUrenreit.; I's.ticnlar attenUon paid to tba Diesa4ea9 VfameB, and earea gnarnnWKW. Throat aad. l,anc IMsssstea swsd brlanr rsmsdles. Ml iiiiii muni mum n Medieineesant werwewta all paruollhs soaatry, Otaee lioan; fron S a-Hi. to 8 pa. BSBdayri from to B p.K. ssuv u,ajuassvn m, aj. OK- TJUBLIC MOTICB IB HEREBY UIVKN V AJr H JLlV." " a wit of venditioni t?E? medlreeied from the Honors tile First Ureoi t Court of Hheiby eoantr. Ten Ma,ln the case of 8. w. Umith . J. (;. STf,S!i?I,.l. o the Mh day of Mwc.UH,ler the sam of rorty dollars and ixty-flve can, 1, with inunress aad costs of suit, to satisfy said judgment, ete, 1 wluVon Buil' Satarikj, 121k l)y f December, 1871, at 12 o'clock, as., in front of my office, new courthouse. Hamulus. Tmn i-roeeed to sen. to the highest bidder, for cash, tteJoilowlnat described real estate, to-wlt; Bounded oa the sooth by the iOfU.H. uavis sura u. j.. film: oa the wasa kts thru. U. O. Farter, oa (be aorth brtbeee ot Lee Wallace, and ou lbs t-asl by those of tbe estate of John Jhwss, Jr., ilrsisinil. Levied on as the pmsstrty of deseodant, 3. C YoobcC ta satssfr said lodttsoent. in- toreataadt CUHSB. Hale to coasmenee prose puy at twelve o'cloeK m. C. L. AJfDBRBON, Hheriir of Shelby county, Tenn. Memphis, lith day of Hawses. ISf . W. J. Duval, attorney for p.alntin. novao Truite&'fi Salee virtue of a dead of trust executed 10 me Zax trustee, on the Mh dar of Aniil. tan. bv John K. Williams, which dead has been duly recorded m Phillips county, State of Arkan as, default havioa; been made br said Wil liams in nayug ineueot secorea oy said deed, 1 will, under the srovlsioiis of the same, sell at public oasery. to tbe hlchast bidder, for cash, oa the premises, on Thursday, Slat Bar ef DeeMbr, 1874, between tbe hours 01 t) a.m. and 3 o'clock the followlua described real and oer- sooal property mentioned in the said deed, or so much thereof as may be necessary to sat isfy said truss, to-wit : The said real estate being known as the "Williams Old Town Island plantation," and being described on the plats of the public surveys as all of section tweety-eeven (27), cotilalnlRgsir bandied and tony seres; ue ease, uaii 01 stetson twen-tv-eiaht (X). eontalnlna! three hundred and twesty-vniee (OA ass us; the east half of sec tion thirty-three (43). containing three hun dred and tweatsr (UM acres; the fractional part or seeuoa twenty-one ii). containing thirty ! acres; the fractional part of section twesty-two (Jf), containing twenty-two 2ii acres; the north west quarter of section thirty four (31), containing one hundred and sixty (ton acres: and the northeast Quarter of the southeast quarter of section thirty-four (41), eewtelDlisg forty (tt acres all in township tnree'3), soatnoi range tnrce ), eass nt toe nfth principal mswMian, ln said county of Phillips, State of Arkansas, and containing, together, one thousand rive hundred and thirty-live (1333) acres; together with all the improvements thereon, and ail the rights. vueges anu irancnises uereio nawnging. )0.the foUowlna Derseoai Dronerty : Twelve beadef mules on said nlanlattoji.on said Uth day of April, IsTd; and alt of the equal bali- .nwrest 01 haiu wniiama u tne crop 01 cotton, oora, etc cultivated on said piauta tlon during the year 1873. xne ngni 01 reoempuon is waaven as 10 ssuu. property, and the title supposed to be perfect. out 1 ecu anu eouvey osuy as iiasstu. -N ai'UI.kus m ul Trustee. A 8 Assignee of Partes St ifarbert, Uanis mpts,! will, on Wednesskf, tHh isj of DMMeber, 1871, in front of my old otnee, No. 1 Unlosi street sell to tbe hlghset Udder. 1 all the Books to said including all notes account of Use nrm of Partee AHarbert. KBs9 lABDMONDBOM. October 17, 1S74. Assignee. rX pursuance of the terms of a trust deed executed to me by J. H. Jsurlncton and N. A.Bdringon,an the lfth oar of March, Id? I, whiehdead is of record ln the Jteeorder's offlco of Mimical ppl county, Arkansas, to secure the rjayment of certain notes In said deed men Honed, I will, on Tburettsty, January 31. 1S75, between the hours cf 10 o'clock ajn. and 2 o'clock p.uu, ln front ot the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of Mississippi county, Arkansas, in the town of Osceola, sell for cash, the following real estate, situated and lying ln Mississippi county, Arkansas: Being the southwest onar 'erof section thirty 301, In township thirteen 13), range eleven 111 east: the south half ol section twenty-Bve 25, aud the south half of eclion twenty-six iJ!. and the southwest quarter of section thirty-four ji, all ln town ship thiiteen 13, range ten fl'i east, contain ing tn au nine nunurea anu two acres, anu known as the Whltmore place. About 3M acres cleared and under cultivation, with valuable improvements ou the same. Also, tbe following real estate: Tbe north west quarter of sec tlon thirty-six i , in town ship thirteen 13), range Ion -iu east; and northeast quarter of section thiriy-slx 191, in township thirteen Vi. range ten 10 east; hIso, the southwest quarter of section thiee , J), in township twelve 12, range ten 10 east ; also, the northwest fractional quarter of sec tion thlrty-OBe SI, township thirteen 13'. range etevenlUJ east said Inatrl escribed laud stnown as the Pain plantation, containing about HOO aeres of land, and about 250 acre unuer esnuvauon. The title to said property believed to be per- leev, usi a sen ssau (xsnver as srassee osuy. nol JNO. W. JKFKKKBOM- TTt. TRUSTEE'S SALE.. BY virtue of a deed of trust executed and delivered tome. aa -trustee. on the 1st dav of July, 1878, and resrlsletwl on tbe 2d day ot July, 1873, ln the HegSfcter's office of Shelby county. Tennessee, ln reeerd book So. 96, page aHwLl,on Saturday, l'Jtk day f Deearaber, 1874, within the usual business hours, at the north west corner ot Jiaut anu maaison streets, iu the citv of MeniDhls. Tennessee, proceed to sell the lot hereinafter described, for cash, at public outcry, to the highest bidder. I wilt convey aatd sat to the purchaser absolutely in iee simple, in ooeuience to said deed ot trust? All right and ?qui!y of redemption it waived and rellrsqulsbed. aatd lot of land is situated arid described as follows: A tract or parcel of land situated tn the State of Tennes see, In the county of Shelby, In the city of Memphis; the boundary beginning at a point one hundred and thirty-two (UZ) est south ot the intersection of Main and 9eaie streets in tbe east line of Main street ; thence south wit a said east line sixty (to) feet; thence east at right angles with Main street one hundred and seventy-five ( TO) feet to Mulberry street; thence north with the west line of Mulberry street sixty (00) feet to a stake ln said west line; thence west at right angles with Mulber ry street one hundred and seventy-five 1 175) feet to the beginning. i will convey oary as trustee. novW T. K. FAKKHWOKTH. AdmiiiistTator's Sale. .rMtsuu.eee!-u order of tae Cnloet Clr- Village, in Chicot county, Arttainsas, on Satr-ntey, Ittlh 4y af Beeeaber, 1874, "Holly Kidge Planutlon," situated on Lata L,aJ(S'ii.1i?, ??u,.tJ' 1' Chicot, and belonK- TEKMS OF WALE Oi IRMB OF ha I V iWf.H. L .I ! . 7?" iusisuiine--a, payable iu one, two and three years, with Interest at ten LtfH. 55?m lrom T of sale untu iwdd, and deferred payments to he secured by mortVage Uen on the lands purehased. J ,,.?-";n contains about Mi acres ot cleared and JSO of wood land. A I.KT nr-VAranmrit-i t cms. oi waiter at Lake Village, Ark.. Nov. OF- So. 1S7B, . ft. First (Aaacery O-sajtof ehelby touiity. B.W. iTllllauisiin.sitinai--nil C. W. Cherry, deceased, vs.SelHe B. Chen rasorot Cherry etal. Y virtue of a decree for sake tattered ln the stow stated eaa 1374, I I sell at public anctlnsi so tisa bidder, in front of the new conn a oast, on .if aui street, Memphis, Tornessee, on sfetHruay,ataefcrl8, 1874, wtsh&t legal hoars, the following described real estate, situated in Shelby county, Ten-nessee,to-wH: Part of a tract of land bounded as fallows: Beginning at the northeast comer of lot No. Intteoanterof tneXesnpfaia and Homer ville ptank read; thence with said road nortteast 2W chains to tta lnTSiecUou of the wast stdassf a 4 foot street with sai l I' Qk read; tbsaieesouth .V west with said J foot street te-IMohalBs to the internee -tlonof sataV4foet street with another wioot s-treet; trsssv) north ttP west 9U chains; nyrirn nnrtheV nsni si r im rhtn. tn tiu mnning. oodalntng S7 acres. This tract has ucen suDaiwed Into s let, eontatninz. re- XtSt and rU0aerea,of whirh of 13 a acres each are to h am as same nesaceiore sold to Mrs. jtoanst C C Pattee. of ansa On a credit of six luoutu , n reeulred to aive notes with ai II Mil I lUTtlw mterast from tate : retained and eouity orredam ptteu barred. oveasner 3f,usn. s. ue. im uterE ami Master. Black, D. C and M. resign, svworneya. novae HAVUfe seen appolnte.1 by the ProMste Court of Sueiby .nnty, Tenues., Af.. mlnlstratnr with ii.i' k.h .luiifsuiox i ' -mnii A. Itulord, deo'd, thto n to nouiy cresntors to at mice Cie Utair euuuis, and dnbtom to pay .uii .M a, v. wai.i.h Aam r. EOS it; Bili illON XSD STEEL 01 Feed Cnlfar.. On St..