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THE MEHPIS D;vIL'i A.PPWA JL -"SU3STDA.ir. CJA.RT" XO, 1S75
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CE A .i TIUDh. t TJia nNK . h oKing and .leioilt vr vrry cliv yste day, btr . vrj tiling el e wna quiet, and mone) r oji i- ty Itli a very moderate call r Fbw q-iii-tude in m'.ney is i t i-et liar t" M uipliis The St. lyjul Demise at of Friday, for Instance, -ays i.f -n ii-y mttters there: "A1 a general t - t tie ee 1 1 semeil to be more qitf, ih drmaml fur money being lee .c .v a tI it -lfgtt failing on In the v i j ii- of bu-iii'8 iv r the counter . -v ' jf to late Jieav lepx-l s, money is uC i u tiog at the bank, audit is now e irt- i h- b- lot quto iiiemy, an-i me it. ikK.eil sini'H.if plaaim; it where it '.v i I do th in nt good " Exchange was lu i 1 modertte Utply and at the es t A i- iml rat h tbr ughour; eastern J ii u it. ew O (eau- ; felling on ah ,. . tir- -it (inr. O '! w-h ugiiu htend ar N Y k tt nbout 112; tiere broieis , 1110 0111. is ck- ud ixjud-i were, - a ii i. el-ci-d; we cmld iier i fariug iU rel or u-kwi for; so tl r y k- en vhh 'bo fro -I, with a bit tig w,nd lii the eurtwtoiifrs were de-erted, j. I i he arra-igttr of ''out-lde" triiiieae t. jj! rr nit iiiviep.le The injunction ot-e i-f W. M. Fjiri'igtou ng.ln-t the U ' aii'l Plaulri' bauk comes up uga ! Ir ore tue stcud chancery court to morr iw. "KB COTTON M4RKET, Under tho In- fl'x-i-MS of cold wea'hur anl the u u 1 H- urHfj- I'lfjwiftUinu to bold 11 ii t i-ee ubat iiext e will lo, wan l de'. There wis a fair inquiry, aud u '.I'e hoi irs were firm, there was more tiioderaUotj in the askings. The yhow u t'le iles wts not eqml to buyer's w:sti.- but there were iudtealious ofn b "er ili-piay on Monday. Among the x !ei whh IbO bils koiI miJdiiug ou o terms, whicn fu Iy indicate t'liit 'he l.u(tr gave xometbiug over the tnt-i'e' piloe, m good stle cottons are iu requt-ht, and around lot of pietty even ri.i.ii g ;hioii o' that grade would ti p a iiiiyer Pric of ales made w--fe fur H'aiui-d ooU'.u-i I2'j)l2c; ordi-L-r, 12: ofUloaiy, 13; low mid. I' nz, lSl,14c Tbe following are Hi ' 111 a q j-Mi tons of tho cotton ix- ti nry... "HSW urjiiuwy i i u u ... U Ml mi I iliac T ie market wm quiet and firm; s i'-f amou-i'id t 12fr0 blea, of which , ' iH-M look 300, exporters 600, and -1 aor 3') . The telegrams ehiweii i I c.i iuge bu au improved toue; w Y rk tirta nt 15 ; futur-s were ri' u '! Me4y; New Orleans w i y with a je-iod demaud; Liverpool w quiet 'jd MKohtuged, with sales of l K) ML.ta at JlfTfd. X) ITON TATEMnNT. x-k, He lemW 1, 1T 6131 ive' fcl-i .rtM.U)iueal. Bit i. 1 p nrimiJr "fr 26J i Dfd Mo-t lt tUment 1,915 -trl7 ItiLSK B iCL at uon yesterday . IMKIKTS. TL J 'r thlt week, - u sp'-b-r 1 , ,, ,, f up 1 a .d i"harl-t..a mllmad M -m ipD nd T n laiiro.d v li 8.KK PS A IL. K. . .. K a elp r waoailithsrK)arceK. axreu.a. ar A I vtrmXL.. leftilt 1 Mem h i'i ' '.rlioa lallroad.. iPiH uad eatevie ru lr d I. . 4 H. K y i, .win Bj rail. mi.h VI IMLK I.OPPL'i. , vrincKIir wlWemipptTot cotton '- bjr Ike Nw Vurt ChrrmlcU of uarr 7 h- .,- Kftm 7 9,e 110.710 87,70 orM Hfitaln atoek. VHZii 77 0 it 710 itUU 23iU 17 W) 3UO IttJUM Tsito i - rg ' mam K 1 Korene..- I2eui) n'nt for Kr po. Of.tH '1 m, Mi fcr Eur -ui Mn p- muuj H7 fin 15,T6I I c !-' -lnt Ki 'ta v , hi .Hippiy 2.7?2.lt .1 ,i,trL awien lai to k JBrietB - tofi MS.iMl . fcl7i . Hl.il - lruuo 1 tSIM iu uirksditM tr BaKm. tHc loi--tw tft 1 d U r&pen tk wee -uwlt IimIU. Brazil, etc Hri W 1 1 It -tudlH. Bmzll rtc US76-I ui .1 Iwlla, lintzd, elc WIS00 f. s i foe Kr"re , 1 vuj .rtzll. etc., at!et lor Eoiopq. inflt) Eswt lU. Ame m . irsM To'aI visible iplj- 2,782,131 TaaoE.vr.KAL2iABKET had more of - j t ihj buo ta .ce yserdy. The c 1 wis i-o ititoe tbat luiiness wa--j s-u-peudtsd; the drays were at r s ut,f morning part of the day, aud Fr r tt bad a ImiR of Suuday ab jut ,1 sra'jee that was strengtbene-l v . "J .--ity of k et ping the usual j 4 gf bturuU aud 1hjxm3 of aoules. . (. av egn and so on, fmin th street z iJ fe-zlug. At balf-past eight o'c xz. when th sun was shinin& b...;(i iyj b thermometer stood at rive J:gr- aove z-ro; we heard It had : c: -j ai ! iw a our degree tx?low zro b .iw the bluff Corn in mc .tid-haud a-.rk-, wan ..fj-mn; t 85 OiU were on th ! rt arket h 73c Bran r alued an ad t r , i-el l .g $04 Uie etock . Cornmcal iu nmll demant a : J f i I a $3 W) but nom of the ho d e J t of wil, tb--y d-iianfl J4; th- at Lou s q 1 .'nti 11 1 S3 35 3 45 at Se O eitis ii. it is sai l urtner cup- p'le are e-xp-ceu irom tne uni x r. Vcgetab'es a jruiu wer wi 1 ut any trai sctiona of In -cr nce; then1 wa t-ome inquiry ut 1 of atoes at $2 75, but the fl tb.jat me we.edeslronsof keeping theirboata cl ; c i while It was eo cold and we bear! f no transactions ButlcrU quiet, w h very Iitt'" "fftfritiir above medium; cliii-te brings 35c Eggs were scarce, i'T, were so little aeked 10. that 2423c wai aj much ai lots would bring Tiiere was in poultry but some geese at 10c a r-u- d dressed; tnrkcye were ofJnngat 12 a iozeu and I5o a ponnd Pressed. Venhon wa? rather caroe, and sold nt giip und by the c&r. sff, S g pro duttt wcrs again steady, firm and an changed; tldingt from the packing mar irts hovT a e Iffer fselln; In Id. Bu'b f,K4t ax atw srtlrt at uota- PltOSPlSCTUS 611 ..., ,.!??ft 18 ;SJ S07 3 II IJ510 1S i61HJ K to ... SM 1,1 ;to M tlon. Wo see by Ine 8t. Louis Globe, a enpenaion or navigation -inipnm thence to Memphis are lower: Hour. 40s; nork. 60c: whlsfcv. SI 2.5: cram aim o con. aJj; bay, 16c. Ilaboits were heiung at $2 60 and cqu.nels at SI 'JS ier rtozen Quotation tire for round loll, unlet olh erwise cxprcstea; ana for jcca anu urnduce. lrve rate, ror tmau pur chruc, rata are proportionate! higher. Apples Per bbl., $23 50; choice crci. Brak Sale of 150 fbs at $24 50. Bbanr Mellnra. $2 20(2 30; picked navy, 52 60; hut quotations are only nominal. Butteb Cooklue 2023o; medium. 2SS0c: choice. 32ffi35c. BCOICWUaAT FLOOKi'er bbl., b WW 9 60. Balinq Srorra Bacclnz weak at I2ffil3c for 2 Ib. and 13c for 21 Ib , 6 $6jc for spliced old, to 77o for regu- in'trnii of nw Buildino Material Lim. SI 4054 1 oO; K e UIh cemfiit $2 40. L-xii-villt-meut,$2 252S0: Are brick, S35 per 100. Cheese Fair demand at 1617c 'or chedder, ftctory and wextern choice. Cotton Seed tieed, SW,3 50; cottun owl oil, crude, 42c; cotton seed meal, 2. Cotton Yarns Quiet; o. 400, 16c; Sj W, 14e; So. 600. 12c: No 700. I0i idk Mi"url, per bbl , 10 60 12: half bbl , 53 25a6 50 Cabbaqe Loose $510 CO per 'MX) n.&d lu store; on fHtboat ys per 100 tiesd. CRANBEKitiES Perlibl., 11012. Corn Offering at 85o in tecontl hand cs Coknmeal Saloi at $2 90; LoIder& out of market for $4. Coooancts Per 100. $727 60 Dm K'r r kcits Applea. b&c, peach es, C8C EotiS Slow at 2425c; light suppU-. FL..UB Medium u HioH-e. $5 6Uto7 SO p-rbbl : common, $4 505. Grits Per bbl., S6 2-5 Kiau Mackerel, 1 bbls., $14: half-bbb , $7 fcO: kits, $1 50; dim kits, f2 252 60 No 2-i,bU. $13: half bb!s, $6 75; k'la $1 35. No 3 large bM. ill 5012 60 : hnlf-bbR. 6 60; kitx, $1 I5'al 20 While JUh So. I, liaif-bblD., c7(o,7 2o; lanllv, 4 505 Cod. In boxef. per lb, 6 60; Ixiueless, 9o Herring amoked, 60c; roo-herring. iialf-bbU 150. GHOCKKiBd Hard reflned wnlto su- ars, 11 HmlM: a on renoeu, yellow aud chile, 9j(a)llc; hogsbead xUKars, 10 i (ijCjciatitiedyoiioWjnewiiuciopen ettie, new, 7(tjyc; cuoice wane, new ll(3yllc MoTaxsw and syrup per gal- ic-u lu barrels. 4ob5c, a? in qual ity. Tea, as In quality, 30eSl KIce, ibia. Collee Klo, per pound, uieriorio rancy, ziraiz&c; Java. W(aUSc Salt, per bbl , domestic, $1 9')2 fc5op Uerman, per poun-i. ojMblc Uau- Ues I7(ic Buuti ooz.bot ee.per uoz, 15 76fi)I6; 2os , $10 BtoiAl 60; tius, 1 iz, $5t 25. Sdn, 66e. lu kegs; iu b iX"o. bj71C HUrch. 6ife6c. Hay tiaio of 100 baled choice Ohio i S 50. Hides, Etc. Steady, buyers offering ts aunoitu: aides, Hint, itu; urv aitea, lbc, green eaiteo, be; green, ii'l unbound uiueri Si per cent, lower Dtierskli s, dry, S036c beep "kins. 25c)I 50 Wool as lu quality, 15oUc laiiow, 7(sbc. ueeawaxec Hominy Per barrel, ib-aS 25. Kraut In store at $7fa,9 fot barrels. acc iniltiK to quillty. LiEMONS ANDtKANQES Liemons per bix iiitneorleriiiK. UiauKes. Si 50W11. ac.'oraing to quality. Live, stock uattie, choloe iven- u ty, o(a5(5; 11 r quality, Arkaueas nd Texa", at 44c. uroes; second j-alltv ac; tbiid quality, 22Jc; ttraztnir. llWliC. oueep nr-t quamy. $-55 50 per head; wnuil quality, $4(a) o 6U; grazing, fcl toteX M.igs, urn qiiahty, 7ft)7c; eeroinl quali'v 67c; vIjohU. 5iui,ii.'. Hornes fl25fa)150 for good saddi hornen; for ditviug horse, sll0r140; for pluir horeen, S70(90 Mu! t siW'rtU III lor 1414 lianil- hlKli; ll n.l40forl4?(ai6; $145:ajl65lorl5val6 hands. Wince Meat Per pound, 1213c. Mkat. Fresh Beef, fore-ou-rters, 3 'aj4c, hind quarter?, 67c ribt-ep, by he carcass. 6Sc. Hog-, 810ct Nails lu store, 5j bo rates, cash; on rdern, S3 76. Oats Ollerlng ibi mixetl at iSa. Onions In store, S4 60t choice. So. ali-M of 20 bbls medium yellow at $3 75 Pigs' r r.sr Per keg, 76o PlCKLia N'ew pur bbl., $10 5010 75, half nbl . $5 505 76. Provisions- Bacon uojiiual. Bulk ehouldern, 7fo7c; clear no side-, 10f iujc; ciear siues, juj-iyujo. iuik namv, Hie; bicou hams, Uk?ar-cureil, new, 13 14c; old, llI2o. Breakfast bacon, iziWloi'". aiss porK, ifl ou. latu tierc ,14o; keg, 14s; pui, l&c. POWDER AND SHUT I'OWUer, PT kej, 6 25: halves. $338; quartere.Sl 81. Bbbt, drop, per suck, $2 25; buck, $2 60 Lewi, per IU , 89c. Potatoes Notblm; doing; at flt hoat, petcliblovKt $2 75; in store, $2 85. Poultry Nothing otl'eriug but tur keys, iliei-srd. at 1516c pur jioUDd and dud, ai d geese at 10c Spicks Pepper, whola, per lb , 27c; around, 30c. Cloves, 55c Allspice, 20c. Cfunamou, whole, 4(Kg45a; griiuud,60a Nutmegs, $1 35 Ginger, whole, 20e; rnuuil. 25c Mustard, pure gruuud, 30 40c; luferior. 20c. Sacsage Per Ib., 10c; city made, 10c. Turnips Per barrel, 50e$l. WillTE Lead Pr ib., 10jllo. CO 110S UAEKtira. BYTELEQKAPn. ST. LOU18, January 9. Cotton steady; middling, 14 Jo. LOUISVILLE, January 9. Cotton nominal; middling, l-314Jc. CINCINNATI, January 9. Cotton quiet and firm; middling, 14Jc. NEW ORLEANS, January 9, 11:30 a.m. Cotton quiet; middling, 14Jc; Ries, 1000 hales; receipts, 3918 bales. LIVERPOOL, January 9, 12:30 p.m t'.itton quiet; middling uplands, 7 7d; Orlians,7l; sales, 12,000 halts, 2U0i for export and speculation; arrivjds 1 16 1 lower. 2 p.m. January and February ship ments fnm SitvaUnabor Charleetou, g. o ts., 7 9 16.i; December and Jtnuary ebipmenls from Savannah or Charles uin, g. o. 0 , 7d; February and March delivery from rjavainah or Charleston, g o. c, 7 7 16J; March aud April de-iivi-ry from riavittmah or Charleston g. o c 7jd; January and Februury ship ments fr m Savannah or Charleston, I m C.7 9 1CI. 3:30 p m Siles of American cotton, C5ii0 bales; D-oemberaud Jtuutry ship ment 'nun SavMitiati or Chariton, g. o. c, 7 9-161; February and March sbip-mHbt- fto ti Savinnah or Cnarlexton, g o. c 7 11-101; March aLd April delivery from Savuuuah or Charleston. 1. m. c., 711. NEW YORK, January 9,10:20a m. Futu es irr'-uular but improving; Febru ary, 14j14 15 16c; Match, 15 5 10 15c: (t.ril, 155 11-16.?; May, 15 15 .6o.16i-; June lo16 o 16e 10:30 a m Cotton quitt and (irm,and oumlnally uuchui;td 12 i Fntutes firm; Ffhruary, 15 3 16.-; Ma-cb, 15 'J 16:il5Jc; April, 15 15 16-; May. 16 3 16(a,l6J ; Ju-.e, i6Jc; sales for future delivery, 23,70(1 OuI-h 12:46 p.m Cot'on firm and un rhauxed; sites fur export, 600 bibs; tot-pinners, 125 ble.; lust evening, 100 bde-; fur peculation, 200 baler. C tiou report lor ooe day at ill United ritates ports: Receipts, 13 315 Hale?; eXuorta ti Grt-at Britain. 4363 ale; t- France, 9s4 bibs; n tbe cou- tioetit, 1174 biH-; -i-kju. 847,208 bales. BY TELEGRAPH PARIS, Jauunry 9. Rentes, 62'. 35c LONDON, January 9 Tbe rate of 'Hscoout - in open market on three months bills is 4 per cnt., or per ct-nt. beiow tb Imuk of England iaes. Amount of bullion v3i e into tbe hank or Euichiud to-day on Ixtlauce, 20 000 t'-.iiwil f-r money, 92j; oil at-c unt, 92JrS.92f; United Stttwj 5-20m of 1S65 H7J;.it 1K17 107J; 10 40-i, 104; tie5'n 103 j; 'ew YorK Ceutral. 93; Erie, 26t(a) 2lJ; Ene preferred, 4&. NEW YORK, January 9 Money loaned freely at 2IQ4 per cent bterlii.g t-xchange firm, witb actual busiues- at 455i for bankers long eterllng and 4b9j for demand Gold was dull during th dayat lK'i112i, except for about fif teen mh utes, when it advanced to 1I2 In consequence of bguidi-patches from Lionaon. mere ws a great, deal of ex citement In tbe gulu room, and a com mlttee wa-i app ilntetl to inve-tigate tbe ' tnatter. Oon-ulerab e sold whb sold for . acc mnt of whom It may concern, and a j claim entered against the authors of the false report for tbe dlfTerence between the- market price at the time it ws bonzhtand tho advance. Carrying rates for g ild raogeil from 2 to 4 oer cent, Cl-arlngf, 541,000,000. Customs receipts. $502 00i). I'he assiatint trea-urer dis burseil H'2S 000. Payments on account of January interest to date, $11, 437 000 The Cleveland, Columbia, Citte.tunati aud IndtanapMIs rail road lias declared a 3 per cent dividend, pyabie February flirt G tvernmeni tionds were dull; cou pons of 1-,81. U6J; 5-208 of 1862, 1141; 1&64, 116; lboo, nt; iboo, Dew, 117; 1867, 118t; 1868. 118; new6, 113$; 10 40. 114; currency 6, 1I7J. State bonds were q-net; Ml-Msouri6s,85;old Tennessee, 78; new Tennes-ee, 77; new Virginia, 34; old Virginia, 34; old North, arollna, 27; new North Carolina, 10 Riilroad bonds weie steady except Toledo and Wabash, St. Louts division, which were weak at 62c Thesttvl-, market was dull and heavy In early 1 dealings, but recovered in run the de cline in response to a favorablo bank statement, ont toward the doss the whole market was weak and eiofed irregular. The feataret of the day's business were 'Lake Shore, Wabssb, Western Union and Pacifio Mall. Lake 6noro docllnsd to 7SJ, though later reacting a Iraftioa. Tha wenkaeas Is due to continued reports that an injuno- tlon I to be ferveii upon the compary restraining them from paying the rpcent - ly declared dividend, hs th- earnings for December aro reported $20 000 bt-nlnd the same month In 1S73, and $80,000 be- hind thn estimates of tho company, Hahs were made at 76?'T7oi ex- ivi dend. Wabash ranaeil nm 16 to 17 regu!ar,nud wild at 161(W1C, seller sixty lays. Atlantic and Pitclde Telegraph advanced to 23 On a more active market. 1'he tranfactinns included 2S70 bbare of Western Union, 6000 LakeHhore, 14 300 Wabb-h. 11 000 Pacitlc Mall. S4.000 Nnrthuestern common. 6000 Union Pa-clfl-f, 59000 SL Paul, 4100 Erie aud 3000 Oulo. Clojlug quotations were: (Nnton, 59; Western Union Telegrapb, 76J; Quickellver, 34; Adams exprere onmpauy, 99; Wtls & Fargo'B ex pr couiHMiy. 70; American exprei-a eompany, 63, United Htatee expn-w-company. 61; Pacitio Mail, 43: New Voik Central. 101; Erie. 2S: Krle preferred, 51; Harlem, 127; Harlem pre wired, ia: fliicnieau Central, hij; fUlfburg ami Kort Wayne, SSj; sortn wtern, 40J: Northwestern preferred 61; Rock islam!, 103 : New Jerbey Central 100; bLPaul.SS; Ht faulpre erreii. 6S; Wabash. 10$; waoasu pre ferred, rfO; Fort Wayne, 93; Terre Haute. 7: Terro Haute, preferred. 25, Chicago aud Alton, 104; Chicago and Altin preferred, 110; Onto and Missis- ipin, 3ii; ciovelanu, uoiummis ana Cliicliiuati, 69; Burlington audQuincy 109; Lakp Sb .re, 76; Chicago, Coium bun and Indinna Ceutral Hi; Illinois Central, 1C0; Union Pacific, 37; Cen tral Pacific bonds, 93; Union Pacific bonds, 90; Delaware and Lackawana, UliY GoilDS 31AUEKT. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. January 9. The pack age trade la domestic goods was quiet, but ehirtlng-prlutH snowed a fair move uient. Cotton goods were slow, except brown cm)rlns, which are fairly acMve Androscoggin batiuade advanced to 12 ;. Cottouades in steady request ami firm Fancy caseimeres and wiratei coatiugs Improving tibirtlng linens more active Black casslmeres in tetter eupply. PUODUCE MAB&ETS. BY TELEGRAPH. 8T. LOUI3 January 9 Fiour qutet Wheat steady; No 2 red winter, $1 03 l uaj; iso. a, $i uoj(a)i uoj. Lwru steany aud demand moderate; No. 2 mixed. 65 (S,6Gc. O'tt steady and demand moder ate; No. 2, 66fj6Sc. Whisiy quiet at 91 Pork nominal, S19 zo. l)ry salt meats and bacon nothing doing. Lard utm and higher, held at lSo cash. LOUISVILLE, January 9. Flour quiet. Wheat nominal; red, $1; amber, 1 10 Corn firm, 69(S70c. OaU firm, C3(ij7oc. Proviflons lirm. Pom nomi- uul, S20 Banon (boulders, 88c; -ide", clear rib, llllje; clear, llc. Bulk meats ihoulde e, 6J7e; sidef, clear rib, 9J10j; dear, 101c. Lard firm; good. i3c; tie'ee, 14i: kegs, 15 iojc, wnissy, aic. liiggiug quiei aud firm. CHICAGO. January 9. Flour dull Wheat sready aud demand moderate; No. 1 t-pring, 92c; No. 2 8Se cish; No. 3 83n. Corn active a-.d advanc'ng; No. 2 new mixed, 65c cah. Oats advanced aud demand lair, 52c. Prk advanced and demand fair; $18 82 18 85 cash Lrd exulted and higher; tierce told at 13c cash. Bulk meats in nwnl Jemaud at full prii e4. Whisky demand fair; advanced to.94c. CINCINNATI, January 9. Flour dull. Wheat dull and nominal Corn dull. Oats lirm, demand fair, 6063c. Eig-, but'er and cnee.e dull. Pork on ep'oc nominal, $19 per barrel; sales made nt $19 50. Lird exci ed and higher; steam, 13pil3j.jbid 1314e asked; kel- tle lirm 14o. Bulk meats etea'ly, de niati'i io'iiere; partly cured stioul-ieis su!d at 6 ; side. 9c; hams, 10f101c, henvv t' light. Whisky firm, deujuno fair, 94? NEW YORK January 9 Flour dull aud OimauU limiteii; wipet flue State aud we-tern, $4 to $4 40; common to K oil $4 704 90; goo to choice, $4 95 b 5b; Liuis, $4 908. Com i.eai active ami nrmer; wentern, S4 51) 4 60. Wheat null and heavy, ard iw r; no. l unicao spring, si osfa) 1 09; No. Z Uhlc-go spring, SI 10l 1; wioier red western, il 23. Ooru oueoea nrmer but closed 'luiet; i.ew mixed weft ern and yebow, 8487e. Oats fi tuer nod more active; oiix-d western, 67 70 any firm aul utichanged Coffee quiet andnteady SuarduliaudashHile e8ier; reumug, fiir to good. 8Sc; prime, gc; reliui-d. 101c. Klco uu changed. Petroleum firm aud quiet; re- tlued, ljc; cru i . bwti3c fork quiet; new m-s-j, $20 62 Beef quiet Cat meats quiet. Mid Ilea firmer; long clear, western, snort clear ami iouk.IOi Jjanl rlrmer prime steam. 14(5U4 5-16c C'le-se Arm. 12153 Whisky steady. RIVER INTELLIGENCE. Boat Lnnvlde ro-Horroir. KOR FRlAltH POIKT. Pmi. ALI.IH, Lee, master . 5 p.m FOR O CEO LA: Maby Miest, loplln, master.....5 p.m u. y . uuhlk, ureen, maiir...ti p.m Arrl.ula. St. Francls..... .... ... .. Madison Cherkee . X'luclni.atl Great RepublIc...........Cairo Ueparled. St. Francl?... .. . Madlon CheruKee. Ureat K public Mary Boj d... rew orleaiiM ...N-w Orleans ..ArkanEaa river la 8rl. City of Augusta. niTfrKg WeHibrrnnd analaosi;. The weather yesteiday was handed down to us in a frozen condition, and we will not attempt to analyze it until it thaws out. Old Prob's business was confined to zero and thereabouts, and yesterday was artistically embellished with blustering northwest winds. One more turn of the screw would have pro duced a firKt-class raid-winter article for thelititude of Kamskatka, for which habitues nt these parts have little hank ering. An elRbt inch rise was reoorted here yesterday, and we my now expect a steady railing oil in tne swell iroru tnis on. From above, considering the pres ent stage 01 tne tuermoineter, we msy expect nothing but reports of a general fretze-un. AhoveCinclnnati uavica ion is reported suspended, and much trouble enc .untereJ below tbat port on account of uetvy running ice. uur dispatches thi m iruitig report the mercury at ash.iilep'ayliigall around ''0," which indictes a freeze up tbere. At Cairo, twelve degrees below zero was reported yesterday at daylight, and oue degiee below at no in. Arkansas and White rivers oontiuue on the downward run, but good boatlug stages are reported. A sliKht improvement was noticed in business on the leveo yesterday. Minge of Klvera. OrncE Obs., Hio. hee. U. 8. a. January 9, IS7S.J Aliovo low Change wuter- 1MS. Kr,H Feet. I InV. Ft. In.Ft. jln Keolcuk. ' 'alro 21 3 1 BU LouU. 4 U Pltbihurg 4 1 0 Cincinnati H 6 2 1 UMVHVtlle 9 . . 10 MemphH 18 7 8 Shievpp)rt... 17 5 4 .... Sashvllle IS 6 . 4 0 Sew nrleans .. IS . S Little Rock- . G 6 , .. Ik-low bench mark. li. 11. LCD WIG, Setgeant "tmmi.nlii of Komii The St Francis, Captain Basket, from St. Fruuci.i ilver, arrived yesterday morning, witb 110 baits of c itiou .tui 476 -acfe of het-d. She left 011 her re turn t-lpi" the afterniHiu with a good nip The QreMt II 1 ublic paased down frotu Cairo, en route to New Or leatts, yesteiday uioriiiu. She li rliaTRed here 1600 packages, and added 600 biles of cottou, and 150 totiB of niiecellaneou9 freight, havluu 1500 tons, all tol'i, for hsr destination... The Kitle Kouutz left Lit'le Uncb lait WedneH doy, fur New Orleans, with 1450 bales of cotton Tne (Jherokte puBi-ed iliwu for N- Orleans yesierday evpn Inir, with 1000 tons ou board The Nellie Peck ai d Oupltol City are loailiug at, Cairo for Memphis and Vick-burp ... The Miuneoia will amve to-day from Cincinnati, with a full cargo of western produce, aud Jeavea ou Tuesday with a return trip The steamer Osceola leaves New Orleans on Tuesday next for Memphis, and on her arrival will re enter the St Francis river trade. L'icnl items Drift. A twenty-f jur hours continuation of the weather's performances of yesterday, aud the monarchsof tbe wave will cease to acilate the swelling bosom of the great inlaud se at this port, zeroically speaking Ihe steamers Iu port yes- unlay wore nags at nail-mast m resiiect to e memory of the late Janr?s 8. ' 1 1 nmner h 11. ihia muri or mo a i White, whose funeral took place yester day afternoon. Mr. Chamberlain's ill ness lasted several weeks, during which kind friends attended him aud provided him with the beit medical aid. Heleavfs many friend by whom be was belovtd The sn-gboat DeRus-y came in j yesterday morning from above. Bhe ! ufcls ami takes ou board supplies, and proceeds down the river In search of sawyers. .....Ouly three arrivals and four departures lrom thi-j port ye-terday Parties designing a trip down to war 1 Friars P iint, aud ehipiierH In tbat direc tion, will find the curd of tbe Phtl Ailin, Captain Lee, iu another column leav ing Mouday. For Osceola, the Mary Ameut, Captain J iplin, and the George W. Cheek, Captain Green, are billed tor Monday evening. They re both well equipped, and in command of clever Dicers The Ci'y of Augusta is tbe only boat in port at this writing. floaters. IKe Urooits ana tieorge Clayton are the Charles Morgan's astronomers this trfp......T'ie Courier Journal nays: "The Jos. JBicley tried to carry off tbo Bel- Ialra bridge coming down. She didn't dolt, tier chimneys jook Use a calf badbsen 'chawin' on 'em'": Bos!- ness at Louisville la pictured by tho Courier-Journal' 1 tqnatlo thue: '"Tho IiuIkm ca the wharf la ex ! f dull. la fao', there la little or nothing ,' doing beie nt present. Boats have a 1 good time 'keeping even' nowadayn." ! Weitzel's dam, at the head of the 1 falls, la making trouhlo for Ohio river pilots .Tho Courier-Journal's rivi r f ohronicler has no faith In the m iveracnt asKincaia nom uoni;rt-S4, ani yp-na nautfhtilv when alluding to it. so: "1 he PI tburr Gazette publisher a Ht ( Barnes nearly two columns long mm who want congress to make buriuf-i-lively and timed better. Du conjirerfc! If all the men who signed that thiiii: will grab a plow and till the soil for a vear or two, rake more hogs and hom iny, they wouldn't have time to think of congress or dull tlmra, cither. Lft 'em try it and sea " The Jtcpub'ican gives the following as the condition of affairs at at Louie: "The ice has at-, mined fcUffHeut hardi.eta abivo the1 bridge to allow I cdestrians to on.s. It is thought that oven with moderate weather the river will not open from this port suth befor the llrst of Feb u ary. The tugs aie kept bmy in cutting !be way for tbe ferries below the brHse. The beneflta of the bridge were never realized so thoroughly a now. From one end to the other of the roadway of that structure a constant -tream of wagons aud vehicle-) Is seen from morning till night. Boats are load ing via the Cairo short line, aud at B-I-montvfa the Iron Mouutain and South ern railroad. The Ohio is still ri-iug at Cairo, which keeps up the ice, and by overflowing it aud then freezing, baa made tho crossing at that point sufll- cleatly substantial for pedestrians " i'be Lady Lee and Paraxon are laid up at Clro The HL Lsui Republican sug gests that those Bteambjai captaius who are without berths, are anxious that Pres ident Grant should issue a proclamation declaring that the present commindi. g officer' are baiv itti.and t-hould bekilkd off. This would give them a chanc The following letter was received by the captain or one of tbe acKets that leaves Evansville for one of the side streams. It snows how varied are the accommodating requests that are made lu ruuuiug a packet teamer: "I have three verry fat small cattle, and I would like for you to take on the next trip if you cau; and would like you to see what you can git for A Bull to make Boloauy uausasrea. bee what you can eit per pound gross, aud oblige yours,etc" The steamer Nash ville burst her boilers up lenneeee river a few days ago, and had to return to Paducah for repairs Captain J. De Hart, of the Sh nnon, retired early, and in apparent good health, to hi room on bis Tennessee river packet, Monday night. About four o'clock in the morn ing ho waked up with a smothering sen sation, breathing with the greatest diffi culty. He sprang out of bed, the texas watenman says, and was lairly black lo tbe face from suffocation. A glass of water relieved him. Captain DeHurt has hadseveral spells of this character re cently, indicating apoplexy The ice- 'armers are reaping rich harvests up the country The ice is repurted fourteen inches thick at St. Louis. NIkdhI Ltgtl lleltrrrn Cairo nnil Hem. lbp. Cincinnati Time?, 7th. The folowinji is a conv of a naner re ceiving signatures of Memphis pilots, iu the rooms of the Cincinnati and St. Louis Pilots' association here: Cincinnati. January 5. "We. the un dersigned, pilots, do cheerfully coincide witu our friend, Captain JoMy, in his views and ideas as to ttie location of Huhts on the Mississippi river, between Cairo and Memphis: N-imberoue In head of tend, above Hickman. uoiotr twe At Majst:c Field. Number three On Donald ion's Point. Mi-souri. Number four On the Kr n'uesy side, opposite foot of Island Nu 10. JNumber live Above Wrtck Heap. In Madrid bend. Nuuib-r six Dardaoelle Point. Numbi-r t-eviii 1 middle of tlmtor. below Point Pleasant Number eisbt At Bayou, below head of timber below Tiptnuville. number nine lu juo H.i-nors bend. Number ten Ou beid of Island No. 18 Number eleven Above head Liu wood fiald. Number twelve Mouth O'Brien river. Number thirteen Head Beaufort's bend. Number fourteen At Dr. O'Donnel's. Numbers fifteen and t-ix-een On Daniel's point, aud one above Asbfort Num-iers seventeen and eighteen Twi) liuhts in this croasins; one on Kv's P. lint and one below Fletcher's. N.miberniueteen At Hairiiu's notch. Number twenty On Craighead's poiut. Number twenty-one Shoulder of Is land ISO. iii. Number twenty two In head of bend of Island No. 36. Numbeis twenty-four and five One at Polur Ah;e and oue at Charles Mor ris' landing. Number twenty-six At head of Is land No. 39. Number twenty-seven One point at bead of Island o. 4 Number twenty-eight On False Point, below Bradley's. Number twenty-nine On shoulder of Island No. 40. Numi.er tuirly At wreck of the Ar thur. JlNaOO! Er.STOKED.-A victim o y.mthfui imprudence, causing premature de cay, nervous debility, etc- having tried in vain every known remedy, has found a slmj le elf-cure, which he will send free to his follow snirercri. AddreaH J. It. ItEKV E8.7S Nasa. Street . Tinw Vnrk . Centripetal Power Machines. BY Hand Power, Horo Power, or Slenm Power. For Hawlne. Planlnc. Boring. Toncuemg, Grooving, Moulding, Etc. On ex hibition and for sale at 263 Second street, uea Court. OKUILLi BROS. AGO. COT'i 0N-&EED WILTED. JlHE Memphis Oil Company purchase and cay the Highest martlet price for sound Cottonseed debvered at their mill, foot of Poplar street. or on Ihe wharf. H cks will bo sent to reeponslb e parties, up or down the river, or on railroads. All seed correctly weighed and cash paid on delivery. !eed by wagoni solicited. Convenient arrangements lor nnioaoing, 1 . a. is isl.'-um , l'resiaent. J. W. Cochf.an, Unperlntendent. BO ICE. 'PHE Stockholders of ihe German National I Bank of Memphis are her by notlflrd that the Annual Election lor Thlr eon Directors, to serve the ensuing year, will be held at the bans, on imilaj, Jiiimiir) 12, I.H7A, Detweeu tne nonrso' 11 .rciocit a m. and 1 p.m. dwlll MARTIN GRIFFIN ' shier. Eleotion Ifotico. OFFICE MIP8I8SIPPI VALLEY 1X3. CO., 1 Memi-uib, Uecembtr 'it, 1671. J The Stockholders of tblg Comrany aro hereby notified that tbe Annual lection of Nine Directors, to serve the ensulneear. will be held at this office. Houilnj, January II, 1H7S, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. qecz xx. uuujauniii aw rei ary. Insolvency Notice. HAVING been regularly appointed and qUHllQed as administrator of th - estate of bdiaoEia Daly, deceased, oy the Hon. Probato Court ol be by county, and haviDg suggested I the 1 solvency or said estate, notice is hereby I given to all persons having claims against tbe sameui co'ne iorwaru auu prove tnem wiiuin ine iiruo prescriueu oy law, or the will be tia red. (' L. KKOOK-l. whI Adm'r of Kdmord DmIv. di-r.e.s-d. S'SSiS SJSlfBJaSAI PRINTING MAiJHB'E ! Joat received, and now In operational the PRINTING HOUSE AND OK S- O. TOOI?, 15 C0UB1' aiBEET, 1 : MEMPHIS s-TBl PBK83 oesnples LESH space; ha jreater 8TBENQTH; does KIHEU WORK: and Is pronounced by the leading Printer In the United BtMe.s and Ureat Britain tbe BEST 1'iiEaS ever Invented. This Press wio recently purchased of lleesn Coddlneton & Kiley, London, England, and is now In opc-atlon and open for the In peotlonof sli who may desire to wltneha tht workings of this wouuerfal little rnaontue. W. W.UCHOOLnxtD, Lotria HAKAIfKX. HesutO. Millks Heket Thokas. SCHOOLFIELD, 0AN1CBR & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers & Cotton Factor 350 ritOjfT BTIM3ET, SlEMPHia, I : t I : : I TNSTE88E WK Invito the Attention of buyers to om ,kSB AKD COMPLETE BTOC'K O UBOOEIUE3, feeling contldentof being able to offer them goods In ourllneataalowngnrei. as they can be parchanad In any Wentern ot rmthera city, we will give enpeclal atten. Uon to the tale of Cotton, oar Mr. Loals Use aner making that a specialty. Thanfctni: our many frlfnds for the verj liberal patronage bestowed on thenrmltiKl dlswlved, we rep-ctrally solicit a contfnn. anco of their favors, hoping; by close atten tion to business to merit tue sss, Mamohts. June 1. 1S7. masoiiOTioiff. TiIIE Law firm rt MoFarUna SrJ6oodwln In this day dissolved by mutual consent Both member of the late firm will attend to the old business until w und -on. onw. ra Madison straet, as haretof re. U. U 41 JTAKLAND, W. VT. GOUSWIM. TEru, Jaaaary 1, im. VALUABLE PLANTATION STOZS SAJaE.. IN obedlenoa to the decree of the Desha Cir cuit l urt. I will kii, to the blgbet Udder, a', ttie Ciiurthonhe door, ntWATcONS, Desna county.'Arkanmji, on Vte tnitdny, 3d day i f February, 1875, t"epl- aUllon called "Betl."nnd o'bcrrcal j.iorly Id DaiIim county, brlortgioj; to the -iMl.r i .J. Mourroi, decfa-eil, . mnrclDK UieEK8 ;$ieel2, T7a, It 1 1, to acre; N K H e i 7 a, It 1 E. lbOMcns:S,,c 3. TT a, it 1 r., M were; S K H W oc 31, 'l 7 H, It 1 '. tt acres s H i-ee ts, T 1 n, R 2 e . M arre-: W J,iwl9,TH. It V E. 19' stj;K))N Wwc IS, T7S, R2 f.einne: VV N K Heol. Tift " 2 1!. 8 ' acres; V S K5 N Kstc 'f.TT V. 2 E, 0 acres tv 8 K stc le. r 7", 1(2 E, 2 acres; A W Vt a l W V, N e. i4 s ,TSH,Rlr,21u nerob. .iKi ci. TS H, in K, 16") Keren ; pari v Reo t l m, hi e, so artes, wim u-i i tUerlutiUso; ilecUw.i'n ttule in that roun ly, wheibrIei.crlbeI or not. Tli ill .n'ation hss a aub-tauiMl dwelling, cnbltu, hi blw-, uiu. etc Kor tanker lnformail-m apply to tbe uuderoiiiued, at Lu'onin, Ak.: .1. It. la ne, khq., teiiL;t-.n, Ky.,or V. O. Weatti trloid, am., Meouit. UE.MOIf)K, Admr j3 Es. a e or V. J. Floarnoy, ilec'J. OF 150 FSBT 5 DAMS ST. GROUND At Publio Salo. IXTE are lntractRd by he owners to offer at 1 1 puremiHory puuilc t&ie, ou Miiudaj, 1Mb January, 1875, tbat valnabln groarid on tho north ltno of Adam htrect. ihe former Mteof KUItl & WOULUKIIIUE-H fljNlNU M ILL, Willi a frout of 150 I et by a dVpth of HS1. 'Ihth property ) very cemrUly located up in the tavor e street of Uio city for private resl- deacos, Hnd Ha-4 aiso advunUg'-sla locution and hIii-f r a lrirce publla warehouse or tor machinery, nod our objeot being t stll, wt- In vite in ex.iiulnatio: oi ilie protMirly from ppr Kona interested in purchaslni; for un parros . It will pe -ub llvl ied lnio several lot , which will be off re I Mogly, with a privilege to the purchiseror taking the eotlre 160 ftel. bis b not i--a-M3iMiu pr iperty. line o mni-li In mat locality, hut lsan abaolu e Freeh ild.witLi l.err ct title, tin- abstract or htch ma bo ex -mice I ai our ofQce. TKKM- Hal cah hilf one year, with ln teiost and. a UeKwlt ul ten t er c m at tuo tlmeo' 'aie De emd i ayuienU Hecnred by tne usual trust deed. Jnle In t"e ve-tlbule of the new courthouse, at 11 o'clock H.nx. TlthZfTiN' rO Anc'loneerg. Truatpe ale. JWILL Fell at public sale, to the blehest iddder, for cash, at the south west corner of Main and Madlion stieeW, MemphU, on Matnrday, February 8, 1875, between 12 o'clook noon and 1 o'clock p.m., .ot 2. U N M.Treievant' i-ubdlv sloo, coa talnlng 13 95-110 acres conveyed t j me by li f. Brown's uetd Im trust recorded -Yunst 4, 1S6S, booS 07. pageCO.Seto. Uedempiion waived and mle perl ct though 1 louvev only as ttu-tee. JuHN P. THfcZEVAXT, Trustee. OF- On Saturday, January 30, 1875, No. 1212-Bccood hancery Oonrt of Shelbv county, Tedn. TbB. Ktely et al. vs. Mary mcj Hi, virtue or an ordfrof salo made in this cau.e. Janua-v 7. Ib75. I will sell. a. nnh lie unction, to the hlahesl bidder, lu front of "i on" y iiomii) eonrthouse, corner Malu and Poplai streets, M.mphls. Tenu., on Samrday, January 30, 1875, within legal hours, the following described real etat, to-wlt: A certain lot o parcel of land situate, lying and being in the cily of Memphis, Mielby county, and ta e of Teausee, oeim tho southwe-t quarter of p-outh part of lotSS7, aud known and des m.ated on the plan of said city, and Ixiuuded as fallows, viz: Beginning at si'U'bwest corner of siid loto87, at tho in tersecit n of Third alley and the alley thai lies heiweeu Jacks street aid oveitiu stroet, ud running prahel wlih tnem; tbrnce tiorthwaru y along Ti.lrd alley thlrty m 111 txtone incii -nd half; t unce ea -wird y and p rallel with Overton street seveniy-tour feet l; ree inchis to a point; thence sou hwar lv aud pirollel with T lrd s lett ihirly so en fcrt one Inch and a half to the ally ibat Is situa e between Jack-on street aim Ov rlon street, and alo .c said .lley westward! seventy-inur ftet ihr e Inches to tt.o bi jjlin lug, being tne s .mo pr-.perty men- tinned in the bl 1, and fa 1 eetoutlnad ed Iroin 8am el Tlgho to John Foley, or date Fe'jrua y7 18-59. This January 8, 1S75. U. D. L. STEWART, ., CI. Knd Mabter. By Geo Mallery, D. ' . jmd M. Pattcriu a Low, sols, 'orcompl'ts. JaO NQTIUE. B virtue of and In acco'danco to the pro visions or a deedoi trust executed 10 me as trustee hy C. s. Sever-on, on th- 1 th d y or Janusry, 70. to eecuio the payment .f cer tain notes 1 . aid !e.-d of iruet mentioned und de-irlOed, and the 1- t rest, thereoo, . ayable to Mal.-.olm Mo.Nel I and said Dotes no', hav ing been pai at miurlly or since, but tw.i of sa d notes still remain d e an unpaid, aiid by the ilirecllon of Malco oi McNeill, the honeUciary In salu deed or trust, 1 will, as trustee, n the IBlIi day of February, 1875, between the hours of 11 and 12 otel clr, in iro' tot the Chanearv Conrtioom. in tiiAritir of Memphis -ell to tho highest bidder, for cash, tne ml owing described tract or tracts or laud, s tnated partly lu 1 o itiuma county, Mlsslss.pid, an 1 partlv lu B 1 ivar county, MlKSih81.n1. 10. wit : All of tractliinal RHRilnn seven, except one hundred and five acres on" 01 ine esi portion 01 sAld se Hon given to Th -s. Ueury MeMeill anu deeded 10 T. II. Ue.Nelll; all of section eighteen, excent thlr y-flvo acres In Ihe northwest corner o 1 lie uoi t eas qaarterglventosaIdr.il Mo Ntlll and deeded to said T. ri. Mo - eill. f aid reservations or xceptlons is that p rtlon wost ot tbe section lino between sections seven and eight andecliO'.s seventeen and eighteen, aud east of ihe bayou that runs non h und south through sad sections seven and eighteen. Also, section nineteen; aiso, ninety five and one-half acres, part of tho s u beast quarter and a small portion In tho ex'reme s.. nth west c rner of tho southo st u trter ol section seventeen; section twenty: o east half of section twt-ntv.n nni tint north halt aua east hif ot tne suuihoast quarter o section iwenty-ilgbt; tne we thaif ol tbe nonhwe t qmrter of se tlon twenty seven; th- wtsthall o' thesi.uthwe tqusiter il se-tlon tweuty-.wo 11 of said lan being In township tw nty slx and ange six west. Al-o, lots numbered obo, six, seven, ten and .leven, lu town p twenty-six. of range seven west, the above d.scrlb -d lands bring on tbe Mississippi rlvr a .d known ab ihe "LakeUUbrits Plantation " situated partly in Coahoma aud partly In Bolivar county, Ml -slsslppi. 8 Id deed of tiust is duly recorded In the Reg fter's ofjl.-o in Coahoma and Bml var counties, and ntate r Mississippi. The title to the above described real estate Is be lieved to be undoubtedly good, but I will sell and convey only as trus -Jafl J. P. CRUTHER8,t rustee. CRIB ORCHARD SPRINGS rsHIB GREA.T REMEDY OF" NATURE la X now presented to the medical profession a d lnva.lds as a remedy containinc a larger proportion of tbe carbonate of lltbln, the great neutrallzer of urea the most general poisonous property of the blood than any m dlcine known. These -alts will cuie Dye pepua. Constipation, aud ail functional dis ease ofl be Iver, acting as a painless purua tlve, producing neither pain, nausea, i-or ppistri'Ion. There Is now a demattl for thf-s -alts from every portion of tbe couutry and world. N.'nearo ginulne or reliable unless found In bottles with tbo tta.ie mark at tached, which is a minlxlure map of Ken tucky. Aliealtss Id Ms 1 rab Orchard, not in botties wl-b tho tmdo mark, are purious and alrau upon ti.e public. Tho genuine Salts can onl be obtained of G. W. J jNES, of this city, for the present CRAB ORCHARD SALTS CO.. Louisville, Ky. Any one counterfeiting this trademark will be prose- uted for felony, aud all vendors ol the worthle s Imitation or manufacturer of tbe same will be exposed. dels rhene spectacle" are mannfactared fron "MINUTE I RVmi AL PKBBLKii melted to ethor, aud arc called DIAMOND on accoan' of their hardneaH and brilliancy. Having bi-en tested with the polarlscope, the diamond tenses have been fnund to admit tti teen per cent, less heated ray than anv othei pebble. 1'hey nregronud ltb great Hcleutlll accuracy, are iroe from chromatic aberration!, and produce a brightness and distinctness o vision not before attained In spectacles. Man ufactured by the (i.Mierr ujitlrat KHtin mcturluu t'ociiau), Sj. T. Kor sale by re spoDHlble neulK In every elty lu the Union W , in ii u, jeweler ana ptlclan, iaHoU from whom can only be obtained. No peddlers employed Do not buy h pair unless yon w th- tr-di mrfc .gr aplO DE. GOOH, J ATE of London, England, Is now located at j lo .Mlu Htra-ri, wbete hf will treat all Chronic Disen se of male n't emle, no mat ter how long b a ding. His treatment on Pul mounry I ea es, Dlsea-efcof Women.sutl alt torma of Private Din ase-i cannot be conflicted with. lie will pay to -ay unfortunate Invalid 560 If he cannot cure his case. .-ures t-UAK ntks 1) iu verv ca e Poor patience prescribed tur free. No extra charce will be made for vld-loj; anv p r on In tho city. All ca Is promptly attended to. IK. v iH. 210 Main Memphis, Tenn SOTICE IN BdShKDptcr. In the District Court of the United Slates for the District of West Tennessee -In the mat ter of Gorge il. Dugau, Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. riiHt. ULderxlened hereby gives notice of his X appolntmeut as Aslgneeof Qtorjr M. La gan, of the county of Hardeman and State of Tennewee L. M. OA BRING TON, Assignee. Memphli. lannary 4. ms. Jn5 HViaMee's Wale. f VILLsellto the blehest bidder, for cash, I outh2lth da of February, 1S75, lot 17o N M. Irttvnt's subdivllon,nn Kuth side of Union avni-e, and conialnlhgS IS 1 CO acres. HtUeto bomideat sontbwest corner of Main and Madison s reets.M-mphls, under the pro visions f a trust doed to me from a. M Koeh ler and her busha d. Hern ann t- oehlr. corded April 13, 1S03. In tho Keglfter's office ol Shelby countv.Tei n . Bo k si. n,i- jvt. dec26 JOHN P. TKtiZKVANf. Trustre Attachment Notice. BEFOBE JAM E8 HALL, J. P-J. H Merrl-wethervs.'-U'phen Bed. In UilN CHtJne an attachment bavlne been sued out under M-ctlon 3U5 or the Code or Tennewee, and return ed "1. vld upon the toperxy 01 ine ueienaui';" ana nm iavti avlne been made tbut tbe defendant lxluntlr lndoi'td lo lbs plalnlltr In tb sum or tVi by aocount, Rncl tbat ibedere clant u a non rtMldentor tbeistaiooi Tennesn e: Itlstbefetoreo ccxi, ina aerendantmake suit, or the r-ame will be procded with ex parte: and that a copy of tuls order be pub lished for four sucwwHlve weeks In the Mem phis Appeal. This 21st day of December, 1S74. JaMEh HALL. i. P. MIcon A Greer, any for pl'tff. decZItn IH the matter of Eder 4 Mellersh and G. J. Wldrlir, Bankrupts. I will sell, at pnbUc auction, on Saturday, January 10,1875, at 11 o'c'ook.on the premises, alt the rlc&t, title and interest the above named bankrupts had at the "da es ot ttllns 'nelr potl.lonN in imLjtrupwy in me saw milt siiuia on won f river and Berou aayoso.and known, as th MEMPHIS & (Jli AKLESTON hotict Change ot SclieQuIe. rpRAINHon tbe MEMPHIS ANDCUAUliES- I. n. it. k. win arrive and leave Memphis Mall train leatei dailv.. liaipjnl tiprefu train leaves tinny , except isatardays) .... 7KH p.m ruiurii.uc -vv: II II1LXI Al lOIl leaves ' ally ( zcepi Manduyn) 4:20 pun Grand June. Ion co:mmodaUon leaves daily (except Sunday) 8:00 ajn Uall t ntn arrives uatly.. 10S)a.m cxrireM train arrives dally (except Mondays) 115 pan ouiuerviuo ncconinioaauoo arrived dally (except bcrdars S: R.m Grand Jani-tlon Accommodation ar rives dally (excep' Mundayg) 6:13 P.m MaKlne cl e co necttun tor all points ttust and Southeast ; 7 U) p.m. troln con eots at Ie- cafir uirect lor r.asnvlile. ixmlsvllle, aud the I.'orthwtrHt, and at Chailancog-. for alt points; 12 noou train at Grami Junction for p lnts North on Mtssiss ppi Central Railroad, Cwlro, .-1. wuia, syiiiu.igo, aiso at ijnauanooxa wim tne Eartl rneeiisee, Virginia and Georgia, nnu oouuu a'iu i.iHDi 0 itauntau , tor an points leached by t nose lines and their con nections; 80 a.m. train at Or ud Junction for the South on Mississippi Central Railroad, sneemng-. ars on all nlKht trains. Shortest anu oesi route 1.. au i-istern and Southeastern CHIPS. Ticket offlco 273 Main street. . W'J- ROSS.Oenl Sup't. MEMPHIS & K&NSAS CITY RAILROAD, i HE undersigned la soliciting subscriptions In Arkacuis Livdn to tho capital stock of the Memphis and Kansa City Railroad Company for which ho Is authorized to give threo dol lars per aero In the capital stock of said Company for average lands. And for lands of superior quality, and that the tax-books show them nssessed for more than three dollars per acre, lie is author lzed to lve the assesed price to an amount not exceeding flvo dollars per a:re. Warran ty deeds will be requue-d, and the lands must bo ree lrom all Incumbrance. And to parties owning lauds In Arkmsas tbat have beou forfeited to the State for thennn payment of taxe3 tojie aut.iorlzed to givo two dollars per acro""ln capital stock lor quit-claim deeds from the owners. In all cases the deeds must be properly acknowl-dged, and the fiartles making them will bo requlrtd to furnish an abstractor ihe titles. Tho names of the Di rectors is sufficient guaranty that the affairs of tho Company will be economically and Ju diciously managed. Hon. John Overton.Jr. is President , Gov. Isham G. Harris Is Chair man of the Executive committee, and Gen. R. F. Patterson, Ool A. J. Kellar, Col. L. D. McKisick, ana John L. Is'orton, Esq., are the resident Director! of Memphli. But alde from the ability and integrity of those gentle men, tho Company has about six yora to build the road, and every deed sots forth tbat 11 is cunuit ooea upon tne burdlng of tne road, and if note mpeted in tbe time allowed by law la the charter to the Cnmoanv that, tho lunus buau rever 10 1110 owner- ann ihe deeds ne void, au tares cease from dato or convey ance. E. F. Adams, with Adams fc Dixon. 41 Madison street, .Memphis, Teuu , will receive deeds aud give stock ieceipfc in exchange. Or the undeistg' ed cau be addres ed at Jacksou- po-tor Hatesvnio, Arkansas, by mall, for any ixiiutuiitnuu uusire-u. T. H. McCRAY, docll Snbsoilptlnn Agent. OUISVILLB & MisBVILLB 6H8i? SGU7HB8S BAILROAD SCK2DTT2.E: Erpresa Train leave? dally (Sundays ercepted)... 330 a.m Mall trHln leaves datly......... 125 pjn Freight xnn Accommodation loaves daily (Sundays excepted)...-,... 4U0 p.ir. w No chango of cars by this line for lionis- ville. St, liouis or Nashville. Pnllman Palace eepins-t.ars on au nigut train. For tickets or Information apply a; Jicitet Office, So. 285 Slaiu street. JOKN T. lrLYNN, Sup't Memphis DlV. Iamkj hpkkii. Tinkot Aaent. TRUS FEE'S SALE. pY virtue of tho term's of a trust deed made 1 to me as iru-ieoon me 2Jd of November. Wb by tt. J. II ysandbaruli Jane Rawllngs, iu-csiu-t. tciiiu ' ira itiurem uescnueu, as uou . uv icmiuuutib'iNiiu iru-tueeu re- conie.i iu me uetti-t rsomceof sh-lby coun- tv. In h irilc n 40 norf .-'.1 nn K!Q SJO o,l -i.i . auu at the r. qikhc of the ho.der of the unpaid UUtU, X Hill, uu FiiiJaj, 12th day of February, 1875, offer for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, In Iront ot the nuildlni; o. cupi-d by the Weate- n Uuion Telegraph company.on Maolon street, tri.ui jiutu Miei-i, .ueiupuis, lennissoe, tun following described property, lying and being iu iuoi; uiHy U' niifiuj , iiuu nt ate OI lenuev see, at.d beginning at a stake on the west tide oi tne Kan .oipn road, on the line between the John Ric- tract aud tho A.M. Wheatley tract; ihH Mmtheasi corne- of lot No. ; 4 ot tbo Wheatley tract; running thence with the eat line oi saiu lot, norm wardiy, 5 chains and 6 links o a st.ke on bo westsldeof the liaa dolphioad; thence west 16 chal Rand6111uks to u stake on the bank of volt river: thence southwardly 1 . halni and 10 links to a s ako I on tbo batik of Wolf river, lu the south lluo j ot tne wneatiy imci; and thence eastuard ly and with the line of the Mc-and w heat ley tract, 18 ch ins and 1 links to the begin ning; being nans of lots 31 and 38 ot the Wheatley -rac , and belnz north of and ad joining tne haetiiry tract, and containing elht and 163-1000 cre, more or less All rlgtit of redemption In and to said land aud premises Is expre-sly waived, aud con- veyea 10 ine as ru tee, and mo title to said property Is believed to be Kood, but I will bell ii mi sruuvey tiuiy an irusice. JOHN JOHNSON. Trustee. Admiiii9trator'8 Wotice. RAVING been appointed administrator of tho estate of Mrs. Cornelia A. H. mlln, with will ann- sed this is to notily all parties havU.g claims Hg-lnsl said estate lopie-ent them, prope. Iy probated, within the time pro scribed by law, and alt persons owing said es- tate 10 -etue lmmedatelv. deem N e.L--ATtt. Administrator. I N pursuance ot the terms of a trust deed i eiecuti-d lo mo ny j tt. sdringtou and N A. Krl. clou, on tto Ith day of March. 1S74 which eeu lsor record in the rteenruer's ofllee of Mississippi cou.ity, Arkansas toi-ecure the j payment oi eertuin nous in said oeea men t oned, I will, on IiurMl.iy. Janiin'i 21 between the hou's cf 10 o'clock a.m anu z o'clocir p.m.. In front oi the Clerk's oUce of the Circuit Court or Mississippi county, Arkansas, In the town of Otceola, sell lor cash, the following real eo'ate, situated a: d .ying la Mtlsslppi county, Arkansas: Bclns the -a; h west quar ter of section thirty f30. In township thirteen 1131, ruiiRo eleven ini east: tne soutn nail o: bectl' n twenty-flvo 25, and the south half oi fection twenty-six Iti, and the Foutbweet quarter or sec ion Ihlrly-fmir Ri, all In town shin thliteou 1131. ranee ten llul east, contain ing in all muo hundred and two acres, and Known as tuo wnitmore place. About act) acres clca ed and under cultivation, -with valuable improvements on tbe same. Also, tbo following real o-tate: The north west quarter of section thlriy-sx KB, In town ship thhteen 13, rmi;e ten 10 east; anil northeast qnarter of section thirty-six st!. In township thirteen 131, tange ten fiO east: also, the southwest quarter of section three In towns dp twelve 121, range Uu 10 east; also, tho northwest fractional quartrrof bee tlon thirty-one 11, township thirteen 13J, range elovenlll ea.it said last described land known as the fain plantation, contalnim. about 00 seres or laua, and about 250 acres under cultivation. he title v said property believed to be per fect, but I sell and convey as trustee only. novai ju. w.jt.i' rfcjhsur Notice of F.Ircilon. TI1K Stockholders of the First National Bank of Memphis, Tennessee, are hereby notified that tho Annual Election lur Thirteen Directors, to sere the eubulng year, will be held at the Bank, l'tieiiy, Jannnry 12 1875, between the hours of 10 a.m. and z p.m dac!5 W. W TH CH KH, Cashier. Attachment Notice. TE-OBt; E, W. CA LDWELL, J. P. T. Den- J nle vs. L. Uellerlng. In t Is cause au attachment having been sued out under tection3455 of the Code of Ten nessee, and returned levied npon tbe property of the defenda-it, and aflldavlt having been made that tho defend -nt is u-tly indebted to tbe plalntllT n tho sum of S1S7 by account and note, anil that defoxdant la non-renldont of the state of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered that defendant make his personal appearance bel ire E. v. Cal.e well J. P., on the hi u clay o January, 1S75, at 12 o'clock m., and defend taxi a tachment mlt, wlthlu the time prescribed by law, or the SHtne will boproceeded wl'h exparte, and that a copy ot this order be published f. r four suc cessive we -ks In the Memphis Appeal. This 7tb day of December, lt74. flwx K. W. CALDWRi.T. .T. p. Trnslei-'s SJe of Cotlleryilio Uotl. 0 8atu dsy theG'h day of Febrnary, 1S73, between tbe hours oi 10 a.m. and3im., I will sell tu tbe highest bidder for chs'i, lu Iront of -urner's hotel building. Col'ie vllle, fhelby county, lenue-see, the lollowlng real estate: ot No 9 on the east shto f Pnbi-c i-quare, Colllervllle, Tennessee, known as the Turner hotel 'ot described as follows: Begln nin at the southwest corner of lot No. 3, 50 feet f om ihe con er of the Memphis and Charleston ra lr. d; runi.ln . thence north with the east elde of Public sou aro 3SU r.et o a stake; thence east 110 feet to a stake; thenre souh to wlthm 00 feet cf tbe cenier of said ralinad; thence north tf west parallel wl'h sa d road lo Ihe place of belnnl g. This sale is made by v rtue or a trust deed executed t.y J.N. mrner, to t-eenro W. C. Jinkits, sr. 1j certain indebtedness therein named. The deed Is recoided In the Register's office of Mhelby county, Tennessee, in book No. ii. page 31. hqtilty of redemption waived: title sup posed to ba good, but l sell only s trnstee. Jau5 JUHN '. MIIi 11 LL, Trustee. Insolveucy Aotice. Btate of Tennessee, Shelby county Office of uuumy i'iuri uieiK, jiernpnis, xenn., IJe-cemb-rJO, ls71-To W. W. Coleman, Ad mlul 'ra or: HAVING suggested the- Ins lvency of tho estate ot War h uair.or deceased, you are hereby or ered to give notice, by ad vertismont In s me newspaper published within the sjid i-ta e. m d aiso at tbo cou t house door of Hhe.b county, for all persons hail- g claims aga i st s Id estate to appear and Hie the same wl hlheClerkol the tounty ourt.'aulhenlicattd In ttie manner prescribed by law, ou or lefore the lt day of Mai, 1S75; und any ctaltn not tiled on or beiore sild day, or be ore. an spproprlat'on of the funds of said estate Is made, rhall be forever barn a, coin u iw ana equity. Witness my t and at office, this 30lh dsy of December, JAMES REILLY, CTerk. By Hnzh B. Cullm Depaty lerk. Agreeable to he above Older all persons are hereby notified to flie their claims against said estate within the lime therein spec fled. W tV. COLEMAN, Admln'rof Barah Qalnor, deieased. December 41, 174 Non-Kesident Notice. s; lS?-,r In tbe Second Chancery Court hnim J 5?a?t3, TeQUee Geo A.Tren-TreSA-si; Tretinoin., firm of Oeo. A. uni u3iirf Sr si;1."" "ercnanls Na- that the irom r- . . . " - - UHMnn.,.,. . . In this cause Co., LdmOLO tr. Brown, Joseph Muhihey. John V. Kirlb and A. B. Crane are each and all non-resldenU of tbe Huts of Tennessee; It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master.That they make tbelrappearance here in, at the courlnoase of ribelby county, In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or belote tbe first itonday In February, 1S78, and plead, awawer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hesrln exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for lour sucowslve weeks, iu tho Memphis Appeal. This December 80, 1871. A copy Attest! M D.L. STEWART, Clsrk and Maatsr. By Crabtre Belcher, D. C. and M. JistM JOlett, s!s. f er tonipl I, AH MlUhell R, K. Uunkeraon Ai. u . tt Henry Hatoh, lndlvlUrufnrtrtn'l.A- tt0rJ' M. Fitch, B. G. MIlchell,aA?jf rjSrblrYv ?let'- ge Pendleton. E. O. Iticharon"' li.,eI ! J.SEMlViES&CO G16ABS, O I f in V ill 1 h l & A A Cotton a aid mmmn We are prepared to make Advances on Consignment of Cotten 10 iucssra. iiruwa, snipiej o TOGETHKR WITH OrR LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES, WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A EOJia SUUDIV Of Ntlltltr nnfl MiilnMfinr ih. i.wrnn vhl.h ..... ... l TREMELY LOW KlOOREd. Also, Itugutus as low as the lowest. e - S FfeWART, H AYLEY & CO, PORK. PACKERS WHOLESALE PBOVISIOM BEALEBS N03. 361 Front and 22 Noutll of TJninn SPECIALTY IN SUGAR, WHOLES aXjl Hfllflf wee BiHJVI Nil ft ft 300 FaSONT 8TKRET IrlEllPSIS, TE.VS. so mi CUBBIWS. JOKK i-sii itisv gag m v& m nyuaM w m asd Iv3i5 W ASMEGi'G'JCOK SOl'JIgSJI . LUBEii AJTD MA3UFACTDREBS OF Csiling, Moldings, Balusters, Paliags, 2?owoi Poata, Brackets, Etc. H m ,u . .u.J,,Vc't, AljL -a-lUSi VJ UtUOs eO" Well Curbln". for RandlnATlpath nnrf short notlca All kinds ot Gin Gearlnuof Yellow Pine. ' tvV ISTSUEANCE COMPANY. Oliartorocl 1810. Cash Capital -"T . . $1,000,000 Cash Assets - - - - - $2,500,000 Eighteen millions or Losses Paid to Claimants. Tor QUALITY and AT II.ABIUTT, this Iiliilily rc aponslbln anil well Itnonn rorpnrHtioii offers iudeinuliy ausarpossed. Terms as favorable as those of any Institution furnlshlns equal security. For New Policies, or Renewal of Old ones, apply to NO. 9 SIABISOST ST. 336 Front Street, HAH NOW IN STORK THE FOLLOWING the Trade: 250 bbls. White Beflned Bucars. 2H hhds. new Lou slanaSngars. 150 bbls. and half btls. Mola-ses. 2V) bags Klo and Java Coffees. 200 boxes Cheese (Factory and Eng. Dairy). 600 bbls. Flour various grades. 60 bbls Beans and Peas. 50 bhis. Hominy and Grits. 250 pfces. Minced Meat. 51 bbls. new Bice. 1,000 pkes. Mackerel anl White Fish. A full Une of Tobaccos, Clsars, Wines aud Liquor mentlonc PlfWflf! MTV frlTVCVAQfliOn Iron at 3o basis Iron Azlea at 5 POKES, HOBS, FELLOES, Onc-Horgc Wagons : : : t t i Tw-Hore 1 hlrabld Skein Wagons rhree-Uorse Thimble ttcin istnde ba&cr Wazons i : : : : : $45 50 70 Cooking Stores at lYliolesale Prices, Yrj Low. WICK8,37 'Union St. M. L. MEACHAM J. B. POSTON. Ill mm OATTftM ETAPTnDC i i jm s nv i una. WH0KB8UB G ROCEES, SALT kW, NAIL iSENT Xo. !) USI0N STEEET, Hempltls, Tram. o TMr. W. T. BOWDRE IIAH CIIAIIGEOF THE COTTON DEPARTMENT." O. 2?Hil.XtaH. WHOLESALE ilOOEPi AID GOTTOl FACTOID A. C. TREAD WELL. A. B. TBE Wholesale STORE WALL Ho. 11 Union Street. o I ilSiiil If Julili XJQVOBS Factors. I IERGHMTS J o K Co,, Liverpool. iQgiuTid. nud Tie. of a variety or brands and patent, .nvc ?s.I - v"X & 2i Clinton Streets MOUSSES AND SYRUPS. OO. GTJKN. COOVki 1 : tJSIiliUW -PINK, CYPKESH, POPLAR ANL icroll sawing and Turning dom Ruttcr Ui.uohnn. inr.. t t mm !3 Corner of Union, WOODS, WHICH HE OFFERS LOW TO 2 car-loids Bulk Meats. 100 pkgs. Breakfast Ba-on and Hams. COdO cases Canned Fiulta. ISO) cases Oysters, Balmou and Lobsters. 500 pkgs. Raisins, FI?s and Citron. 300 boxes Fine Crackera. !00 boxes Fancy and Htlck Candles. 150 pkgs. Almonds, Kliberts and Pecans. 100 hols. Oranges and Coc.ianuts. 5110 cases Jelllies and Pre erves. 3.30 pkgs. Pigsfeet, Pickles and Kraut, s, and nameroas other articles not above n. h. Or 1 0 In 1 li Is r K. in any anantitie.s. l - 2c per ponnd. BELLOWS. VISES, SPR1N6S, Fonr-lforgo Ihlmb'o ''k'-In biker Was'ins : : : StuJe- $7S Heanr Swo-Horse Iron Axle : t 7(1 Spring- W ago us : : t : : $80 tn b A. W. ROBERTS. E. E-MEACHAM. ti AD WELL. B. d.ti:eadell. Grocers BLOCK. u MempliiH, Tenn, & BEISfli 7 AX' 3Stl?uL.T3El. r?nr.Tr wtynni 18 HEREBY Oivxx. .That br vlitue of an exeurtou to mm reeted 'rora th-i Hon. rtrw uane-rv .obi of Shelby oownU, Teur.. lu, tne ca-eoi u. w . Hoiie et ny.vTl f. Anderson e l , Judij. Bieot rendered on the lh daynf J-' oar., JbTj, for the torn of Uiluy-:!. dol"' Mik1 flvo eulc, eo-4 f to tmUMy said jaacwMU, e4e.. 1 wiU. on Modj, lSU ij of Jwrj, 1878, In lmt hoars, la front of my offlee, w I eoartborii. - epnli,'lenn.. proc.a to bII, 4 to th ti tubes: Didder, tor cx-n the following f dwrtbel jwoprtv, to-wlt , Tu. hn , .nH h iv-flv mem ol land. moreorl. lyinaln tbe Six Civil lUMnct or -he! y oouoty, and ounilet IW f On lh- north by nm. Br mob aud John H It ; on toe ear byl ba-. . aylor ai-d the MrilJ' plao: ou the soath by rtr iia v. Mawiints. sou on ine weii ny rmu. j . wmoch tbe-eof a-will t amelut to Utoty tbe said JuJS'ueet and coaU). ' Tjtvtiut ttrt-a thn nniiMrl At oVlVmlailC. W. Roane and wWe. to satisfy said JodgmeBt, I inte: i-al and coaw. U. L. ANDERgOX, ahoriar nr Hnil.v rountv. i(in Memphla,2Hthday of Deeemb r. lifl. sa J Q. elr.iile. Attorney for Plwi.tilT. -OF- rjUBLIC NOTICE 13 HKREBY GIVKN i thai by virtue of an eiot'u to to me directed fr.im the. IIOBoraM 1 lien It Court of Shelby couut., Tei:ne. in Ihe chsm of A. H. las lor at of Clias . '"mle. vs, lieul. L) Andom n. lad raent rm.vre 1 ou lb' lt uy of Ma , 1B"4. lor the hub) of nfieen thouand nine hundrwl ami e'ehrv (toliarsai a eight cents, with Interest ami eoeteuf suit, to saiusiy ham jnameni, etc., t win, on Satnidur, 16th iy f Janaary, 1875 in legal hiur in fr. n. of my om . new courtiiouse. Mem, 1 1. ., proceed to a- IL to tbe highest b.ddtr. t..r cm.Ii. the4iowiBe leserlbel property, to-wlt: Lot No 7, 8. 8 and 10, of seeWooa Ho. 8 nd .. lownsnm .n. i. nr rn"irit a whi. in sneinv county luinm.w.cwiinMii 13M-arr. s, iHoro or le-s. nee saw re.i sutie oeinc niBala 111 the thirteenth civil olstrlct ) Levied on aa tr.e property cf defendant, ReuJ. D. Andeison, to sauafy sa il JutlxHSvnU interest auu eoata. C. L. ANDEKSOK, Pherlff of Shelby ewnu Teuc. MeBrphtK. Kth day o' Dvcemker. II. T. Ellett. all y for pi nt. (oe21 tu ou-KwilenT Notice. No. 1S73, R. D.- In thefeorid Chancery Conrt ot r.eiiy ooaniy, lenaew-b Aimer H.in.Ciimmls-looer of nevenne. vn. John W Dapre. Trustee L. J. Dupre, Mni&ra LKipre, lus wife, and o her-. It aupenrli K lrom a III avit in this caue that th defeudams .J. Ilupre ana . VI rUui. his wife, non-reideiits i.f 'he Hint of TenntKre, aDdrexidei tH.it t.'e smoof ivrs; it i 1 nereiore oroereti oy tna 1 ana Mas ter, That they make tuelr apearonett herein, at the eoarthoomj of -helby emi t .in 'lie oltyofMemppli'.Tnn . n or beloir tneflrnt Monday lu February , 175. ami pie ri, ao-wer or seianr 10 eonip.aniaiii v. 0111 ur tn same will be taken lor confess-d as t, thim aid set K.r hearlos exi-arte; ar.il that a copy of mis oruer tie pnoiisuea once a weeK 10 four succeshive wrnks. In the Memphis Ap peal. Tills Januiiry 2, 1S75. A copy Attest: M D. L. Sl'RWART. Clerkand Mu4r. By rrabiree B-Icner. D C ami M. John Johnson, sol. for complainant. t9ta Attaelinient fVotic. BKFORE E. W. CALDWELL J. P.-,Bd-monds, t ettmrew & o vs B . llarbeit. In thli cause an atij.chm.nt having b-en sued out natter section No. Sl5 of tlmCotUof Tenne-ee, DtI retur l duly levlel bygr nl.hme l on the p. operty of defendant, MBd hfUdavlt having b en m il th tlhedeteud ant Is Justly liiilebt-d to the plalntilTIn he S'.m of one hn-idreii a..d thirty tbiee ilt.l. a s and fony-tbree cents, due by aeco nt, .ml tint the de endaut Is a no-reeldent or tbe mate of Tennt-Ssee; It is therxtore ordered that tbe defendant make bs p rsmal app-aranc li ' a E W C Idwe I. J. 1. on tbe IS h day of January. 1-75, at 12o'clork in, and defend s id at aeb menteuil, wl hiu the time pre-crthe by Uw, r liiw -uiu win rw iiitoi-.i-ii wiih -.t parte, and thai a copy of tbli old- r be pobl stad for four success ve w -efcs Iu i h Mempht-t Ap peal. Thla l.lu day ol nt ember, I8M. H.W. A LOWELL, J. P. A. Reichmann.a't'y or pi it:. d'Olfttu ONtheBthdayof February , S7, I wilt sell tb following nmpertv to tbe highest bidder for ca-h, to carry ou th univSsio .s of a trust deed und.- by P. D. Bnyie cid Bn- f tieula Boile. dat.nl 17t .f April lf72.viz: iiU nne, two. bree ad fnur. ntoe Aw, ii: W. P Deadrlck's oubli v.slnn. of Melros. pat, of wi-Ich 1 duly reordeil in plat book 1, pa 47, Shelby coun y. Lot i.ne has a iron', of sg feet. Hit i o'hlwo, th ee a d loui luveeii a froni ol tof'et.on he s.hiui nne of Crnet,V, nvenUH aud run buck betwetn parallel lliuo 210 24-110 leet. nedemptlnn waived and title be'levf d to be perfect, bat I 1 an l co ivpy as tru tee nly. Hnle In frout or Planter's iDnurxnee eo n pany building, 3D Madison s'. eet. a li o'etuek a..n. II. D. BU KL-.Y. JanS Trustee. 2?Et7 PUB LIC iTIOffS. WHfiT sums mum m$ THINK OF JOHN G. WHITTIFR says- ! " It is little to say or this magazine that It is the best child's teriodlcal n ne world, and I ' tb.'nk th-editor has icreat reason tu coneiatu- ! Jate herself upon It." BAVAKU TAlLOIC writes: 'Thn tvrvnuranhv- !ll:wtration anil wwnl arrai.sement are whouy almirable aud de- itcv. u. ts. uBtrwtj, i. u., in tnentway. Hchool Times, gives a clergy ra iti'a view " I am ready to 'ay th ' a eleaner, purer, mote tru'torthv perloilc il for chi-dren evn uot be nsiiitd. The best wr tersarv- egaxed upon It. It Is printed watif.ill,andlilu tiateil In the bUnest t le ol "it. t know tbe proprietor, aDd If ever hi h, nob e purpo-e was cherished by n pubiif peopl-- tiifjaod here. Tne roagszine i.oe not rl Im io e re ligious, but II is n the si e of ail hat Is true and good frow beginning to en ." BR. K. S HELTON MA' K NZIB, Ihe Liters-J ry Eultv.rof the Philadelphia Prss, sys ""T. Nichols, I tell you In private, as I liavo told my re ders In pn- le. Is h- very best maaazlne for yonnij people that I have everseen t Is far more dilfljult, I tuink to ecit a periesiioal of ths -Us than one in temiO'l f r adult -.and M s. I) ge deserves un limited prilse for tbe judicious tnanwr lu which she has execatexi her task. I have found heaps of things In T Nichoi.-h winch I had fMgot'en. hat l-ire-ieftlv known, or hai been wholly Ignorant of. So I, toj, sit at the ftetof Usmal el." EDMUND CLABENCE bTEDMAN says: ' Without and wl Inn It is a bewhold chaim.a: d certainly ur- a sesany hi'dren's Yedr-Book, Knglishor America u, tbat I have ever seen." CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER writes: "Never before, . tlilnt, has so raueto literary and -rustic taient cooperate! lu the service of children, aud I wil n-n re Is' tbe hearty impulse to sy to yon tbat ou have ..m e ti e best magazine lor cbi dren oi a 1 aes ihat I have ever seen. I do uot see bow tt eati be m-.de any better, tud it the eh d e don't liko It, 1 thine it -b time to b-gin mrmtog the kind of ci.lldreB in th.s coun ry " Tho sub-crlpt on price of -sr. Nt holas s SI a year. Volume I., elegxctly oonuo n red and gold. 31; with gilt st es and mi t edges, S sue rear's suhscriu ion ami voluik oe. bound, fd PiAtageon all the above prepaid t bv ns. "For sale ard subrf iptions received by all Newsdealers anil B ikselurs. JSCiilB HEH. Sc CO., C1-4 Rroadwny. rf. T. 1875. A Voyage B"wa an Hirer." Unknown In SCRIBNER for J NU VRT we begin tbe thriUiug nar ative by Maj. Pvwk-.i.. I his voa e of ulscovr d wn the Cmuok of tue olorsdo hIihos' I terallj a voy Kb through the cer.t" of the ea th. The cllrt- tow red M.raetlaiei m re than x mil- als.ve the h-a sof tbe tr-e r, u volv lug tbi-m In Klotim a d h dti fnta thr sigut ihe iiaageiH towurd which they we.e hurrletl by th impetuous loir, uu The nsrrallvi- Is en'lveue i by ebarrainc Wis of description of t e gn lr and ore be ,u I ful phases ot iikiurc. which w.re stnuutly mmitd wi'htb -e weird auu a t I sr,o-. A iwr, ol theexve-l.ti o, i. u-tug l, for ward upon what eens-ii an n s.u:e jouruey turned a We an I et 'I atb in tbe il i rn ih In. illnsira inns will b- innv lsi eukmv ing, the flue-t ue have -ver produced. We shall shortly beglu a series, entitled: j "A Farmer's V4 alioH in Europe,' By Col. Go. E Warims. of gdeo Fa'M. ner .tp""i wuien will U -..1 lo a pruoiet' asd plcturesqi.e way witb tne inaunl and ieeuimii'ies'i inquai tp- .eeulMilMesi.f thuuai n ... or H .1 K .u, rmaacly. a: d th hi uel fslaods. TueSe papers will also be fully nlustfutel. "TBS SMI OF STf$0ASP," ' Th" prire'r l srll st.iryof thyr, wbte j ik.!H4 In t Jii w . Is wtinsn iy Dr. . HiiU.iX.1, it con lu. .01 or i no HseU.1 i roi lwoty ; niitM AnMrricitn whu4ft.v I been ppfcUvely fsntltr wit BTKaSP, anil ibe ct rVo- r- mimam r mv trml oi ; comnieB'K ir.u fiom tb publ s-.rs. To-y j m-y . howev r tuat u- n.-- s o-y wt.l be I quite uniqu amou bis prvduetlons la ila I material u. dhaudl ng tn the .xteii ivelNi of II a rat. mntarutl BOrmi:u'iii(j Tf lfrr4Lii, u nieh K Is pecea will be pub.lui during th wmin j year, are oca-our b. 11 lait otrZ. French Life and U erature bv i.iionu: nruelen of tn.?ui l " - and America, by crop itn ban a. deVrlo ' lve p L-i ers ou culeao. Klcbmood, He, 7 . m Ban Ftancl-co. aud o her el . le-T sTetcS o ' 1 curious phaes or Veaetatiou, et . n r-uctry, hori ton, mi -kteh"". Bi- i ography. Ketnltils eq-es . nil Essays, tbe lluhttU UVn.. . . . ...... , k ftlinanl l.a . . , , .... . . kiaudaru, Kvery eilort win tm mad. tokern the uiataz ne lresh, bright, high toned knd compaalonaBlo. . . ODE f FECIAL OFFER MtTs-?Trhelshi T,olnme 01 aCRIBSRR-B . . " tx'UBd lu eioth. sent .hrtp. .?H,U'.'W.K1 one ear snbscrlptlnn ir 8 o riie eight volume, in ex ra lib , ary "'bl aid B il ma.ui suriptlou. f ir 8.5, eh,r.e- pa-. B r, r, enDscrlp ion j rlee ot -cnbner's MontK JjtiU ? a y8ar- Scribnerli ilontulr aSd Nicholas, 87, postage paid. luutulr ana at. MONTHLY. SflRTMPS 9r nil PRIVATE laical Dispensary, aiefferon84rccf' ana Front Row, MEMPHIS, TSNN. 0 , ed In 1'iO. nl f hylrUg TfiM bt Ut t(lH rao r f JC-.: 3 seeit dbwaAHt 02 ef meat of p v !e cr Dent ou e- r thorough an - p-m'.-frmale. Reeiu!! In ever can,- r i!e r dl- uniKcgiw la .CntUOTinlieaanH merenrv, oIkh .-avH. wi h n't r- f bUf-l'l j 0otxl not1' "r hi -dis wllca ed wltboai POIlls tu ,1 Huh ary Iom q, "fc a.BOf m.r 1 la- vr s 'iwtt power renorea 'mviKv or wrekn. Victim oi S frM vio-.. 1 xml power reorS '."wb-jk? !os:l Cf ven ry, liwr.1 I PL Vt!? ---1 . - . . m-.-.- c r Hirilul-r atreutic T?:. ncZ oil womo; aredearw, iray.jti the DUea cf remedies. Al .a-loltA'lOM . . . . . . -.. Ma . country. parts c" tia Urfli-o hours from 8 aja.-f.-om to 5 p.m. S.au hj- :aya P P- 8. j. i1 s ; l . CHANCERY 8iLE OF -ON- Saturday, jaxdabt 21, l!j;5 No. S, B. D. In the Heeoad Ojsv of -hlby eoai tv, lunK!J?Zn . -; A . , and KriiBk 0. fimia, eooaotu ; Mary M oiee e al. ' Rl Tlrtaao m otwrw "i- en,, . .,k.i..u..n nn Noveffilsui it . ' - 11, al public audio, to tbe b-ih,'- - in mini or cvu..7 ..m.uwTtinr -i Po. lar and Main trets, elly of uL Tennnse, ou ' S Satarday, Juanary 23, 187J, wltbia Ymtd hoars, tbe foUowIntCd -- N real cMahf, to-wlt: , Klwt Pr "f lot ho. , pl-n of h f ; T Mmnli h. bwlni'lnic at icwinie a , sooth Mde of Jwefcww sweet wn . t shin of et-r alley; thuos w--t w south a d of Jjcksoa i4ree- forty-- -li lnenei(H retj; I hence s uu f -lhcee-t f rly-nlue leetirfx latbrS . ; tlh weisldof ceatralley; th. t c- wliu t be wet atde of W any reet to f l3 tZ InolHtt. second - Abo another lot In nrtea, e.br cmiuty.Teotwwee, b- flnnlB?atthe nurt ;we$ corner of Greenlaw and nconi h'xza tbenee wt wit i tbenortnimeor o-cc i sl'eet one hnudred an ' farty-e ghtacl . naif MMiiu alley; ieu ,c u h I., aliev thirty s-veu teet one and o c -J 1 ieb i n f-ei IX ln.'besj; Wene - r-. h.indieil und tony eight and ouebaJf , - , leet: t euce outh with -eeond sTe tj - - Neve.n fet ne and one-half lnohes t J: fc, - lnn- to tbe beginning, b'W tne . La of lot ii Urveuiaw attdltloa to tbe Cl y cr Memphis. Tbir ' Alno.anotner Iot-an on- lrtdtl half Inter, at in lot de-crlbed ar. f --.loirs Bo- nnlng at ihe sooth side of wayoso -t e r 73 Hundred and nlol-en and 01 e-h If fe-tws' of be west lino of Welln gf n- - t tbence w t with the souih side o Ga. sireet Bfly HI feet to th- lo owned b . 9 w th Ibelr line seen.v-rtx i781 'e-1 'o he r ft tHte-n the Klce and Raiu-ey a. 's. a 7- east with raid 'Ine to ii lot belor gkg L he'is of B. Graham, deceased; a- 't . i Ihoir lu o uortn wxiy-nve V et iatLelcr- loit sum, ot -nl,i bv B. Graham t j Jn Larkln und rhomos Makme. Teriw of Sae - On a credit of 'even c ai twelve months, nsrehas-r executirg c-'ts with auprov-d seenrliy: lies retained. 1 ily of reJompltoB barred. j-iece-uo-rit. i.-Tj. M. v. lu kt hi W RT, Clerk and Master. Trust 8ale0 UNDER and by vlr tie of the provft.on. r aeailaia iled of tiiut tnaile to me. v M. Mas. mi, mh trnslees, ou th" 14 h day oi A !nst A. I 1S72. bv w. S Mc'jee and Aja W Ve'Jee hi wit, which Is recorded r ' - Reai-WsHOiceol Shelby ouut.lrn, -;-lu b rk No. s. paee 5&xe4a. tBide t- vcu-o certain Indebtedness, therein spec-Il. I, o which w a bh ot ih-t - da makers du l, and 4tn f Jaaoary. 1S75, for 9ia.tt ., t.'t i-iiiht per rent interest lrom smuI Uih u:.t, 13'J. ami whl. h Is now the property of Mn.y L. B-eeher, admiulstrntrlx f Kit A. e cu-r, deceased, but providing that all of h.i. I in dent doem shall become pxya-de In ens cf the non-payment ot any of tBenotesp--c.:i.d In said tru-t'eed a'jdttld note dae 1st hhI 4th of January, 1S75, not h idr been p. d at maturity, no Kt ibe rqnst of the b: t fl -aiixs, under mil de d trust, and u-.der and by vlriuf ot the provlalou- an1 -jn l. Hoos th tw. I wnl as tru !-. proceed to - ell at pub-le auction to the h. guest biddtr f r cah, on XHlaj the 8th day of February, 1S75, withla legal noon. In front of the new ( .t;rt house. o the northwest corner ot Mn'i a Popiar tre.-.g, Mempuls, Teuoe-t-ee, ths tol .owm property: tract of ian i la thee ma y or snelby, on the waters of Bits .reek.tn tt-elltbsurveyirsaBd 4th civil distr ct aid bonuded as fo low-: Begl-mins; at a large wh U-oK marked M. l u tb ur th li e tf McBnde's trv-t: toence i orth 101 cb-dn .27 links toast.te in Oaruer'-sro . ;ttitn e nu-h l.-at 31 iluka v a sweets am mark.tl thenee west 7 chains. SB links o a b c . marked O B.;tneuc wes 2 lliiasuiab o ariicd O; tbeee soutii, Hft . halns jo u. niirked as a .- rner thenee eiht 7 chal--s 5) lluks t tb bentDDlnt;. oonial dDg HGtj ti.Me-1 more or 'es- a d being stint- p- i,trjr OuuvejaU to me bv said deed o r,us. be , e recited. Aceurdin t said deed of -rus :j sale will be made for all ot the bil nee dse on th whole tadebteunesd secured by sj;j trust d i. Tbe tomtr of redemDtkra la ex, rcsr y vive auu ine mie is couHiereu l.oou. . n1 ti ueti ami cw vey omy a- irusree. H. M. MASON. Trustee. X. L. Beleher, alt ruey. ac'J Trustee's Sale OF OOLLIEBVILL AN Satuday tbe th dav nf February : 1 wil ?e I to tbe blKheot bolder tn ! fioutof lumtrsl.Oie build Ui!. to I "'by "oouiy. Teniii, the tol m nessee. 2' own as lot Nu 9 nri tho i. 1'iibli.- ou-re. be-ter u wn as thn c r h itel but iltw, and ites -rlo d is o I iir it'DblDg nt,tbe oa'hwest e n.er ol ..,r N - fl 50 feet irom tbe center of the Memr. n ud (,,arle-t .a railroad; runulng th-n.-e ai:ti with tbe euit boa ml .ry -l Main stree- 1 1 -a J town, i)814 'eet to a stake; thence eas ..j . t ta take ; these) south lo wl hin 50 t t cT theeei.ter of -ai t r .linwd; tiienc i.t : t w oarxllel wiih s-IJ road to toe cltcc r beg nnln :. Thlssilels m oe by v r u t a trust deed executed by J. N. Turner to 't:-j JeM tf. AtkOlthtlA tn .T'.l. Inri. h-M r- . tnerein named. The d-d Is recorded tl"ra Heklster'solttrecf iibelbv eoualv. i.enness- 1b boo No. 91, pase 462, rqul'y of rlemptiig waived; tlfe srp poser! to be gT"d, but. I s II oal v as trustee. Jn5 JoE. R VELt . Tr stee. Trnstee'ji Sale. BY virtue of a deed ot trust made to ma as trustee by K. h. Koen asd J. II. Gilb rt, Jr.. dtcd Noveai-er'i. isw.nblchts lecored in he i.ix.lslr's office n sneibj e- uu y, ez ntsssee, in bo-.k no. TS. pwtR 5Ui, etc, a d bclns requwteJ by the benenoiary th r?.n to ezeeute said 'rus 1 Kill, on n.iln k ny, Jminnrr 6, l7il, be.ween 18 o'clock a.m. and - o' lock pau., at ihe Hiutbern gate o: toun Kqunre, Memphis Te uessee, se . for cadi, at porn eeate y, the propeTtj cocveytd to e by said Uu-ttlresi.rte-cr beil as fo iows, t-w t: A Iraci of Iaou lylt g in fhlby c ra ty, TenBnwre.ab .at lour miles, east from the city o Memphis, and bounded as fallows, ti i: : B-gltmlng atast-k ou Ibe sou-h liccil Prk ?em eleven ebains e tst of lr z vant aveuue. and rum lug ihence east a o g tLe s..uliieru Hue of Park ave- ne twe vp IU. (1 -i7-10)l f hainn to astiSe; thenee i-oa'h and ptiral eiwuu iea il aveoue eljh eti Im, obs ins to a stake oo ibe sort ern Dnuutary ol Descries avesa ; th nee wt. a on he nornt-rn boundsry of De.di-iick a.eraei. twelve 87 l6UhMlb a sUke; thence t r.n and parMlKl wliu TrezvvaBt ave ue eigt ' en survey 2i 5S-llarres. ivcnam i- in. ocgianiug, eontaimi.z by vy ti iH-itarreR. Kqmty of redemption waived. Tltl be Uevrd (4. be KOOd, but I will sell and cr nvey outy astrusie. Hieubove-nleiH postpoaed by consent of. alt pa ti. tmltefth iatlant. laDuary S, 176. W.P PRsT-RKHTK. Trn Koa-Kesident Notice. NO.1780-IB the First Cbaneen Courtor31te.bT eouuiy, TnnDew-iss.Je. b Welior et ai vs. Juo. W. Casey, et ox , et aL It ipearioE from until. vit i thi. .onto , tht the . efi.d t w. Ih.c Bledsoe. ob.ed- -oe a d wife. Kebeoua Blus, ci ls-a t T. t.a;..h.,lz W Ml'ay ami hubati'.W. P liHilMay, and Marion .. Wngut tt I "i I'-lu"!-- reall non-resldenls ol the HM u ibhhu.; uu. It is thi relore rrderd, that they make tie-ap-arance herein, at the l ourtn. use In 1118 itj of Memphis, Tennou or beiore tLe fl1 oo.lay in he rui.y, s75, and plaj, a or oVmur to eompiiunaui's b.ll.ortbe same will Im talc eu for iOufes. d s to them nil "t fcK- bearing ezptttte. aim that a eopy o ttl!l rcler be published onre a week, for tour sac cem ve Wb. fc-, .u the MtMiiphla Appeal. TU lAh day of ieeiuDer, 1S71. A Copy Attt-st: Ki'MUSi' A. COLE, Clerk and Maste rly K. J Wsrk, D-iuty tl rkand v-ter. Ji nmlu 4 r- ri ser, .-ol. for CompUi"" de-'- -OF iTTHBRgA?, W. P. Deadrick and hi tcVb. Mt s s fwdrick. iy ineir s. tur ri Ascribed re. eslato, 'S " " '-S ol -be by. an.. ute of Te n M-.abooi four (4) ran? eator t .e . ..I Memphis. T., ha m his a a Cr.Sn Ml road ad he Iwm Roost pl-Bkroad. aad, south of the Kalruroond isTW. P J "' fnt dlvis oiit:ecord t Ib lt number one ( J, i-ane t.,ny sev (47). records t hlby ouu.y, Tean.se.vz: One lot p- paree.or iHQd begiuniBg st th- Borth slile .f pa k hv-iiu- and ih We ol Wesr ptt-k Borth nineteen obal oiiirt - (!) liosst." sUlt.; thence west idx ebai s and tbir y (r) links to a stake; t e .eenor b ibrer)eb'"t8ad six four links to st.ke ou tue ! n side of Csr-.es HVetiD; ui w vj ' umns toast ke Ibf-ii wsonth reen ehalus aad slxtv-t , -v iu's to a sisfce; tOfnee e -txta cbs - to jjlaiuilMSM south eleven ill) c a :,s a 1 mny-two (Kf ! lo loa aonh lli.e O' P rk awei a-;teoel. lxW eaiu n u.utr tfHli ksiotb Ko-laniueoai ilnlnz u .; nlnet. s(SM K snUMIM rs, brnz pan o- sura t r pt-rtv con eyed to sal.j a p. Bvwiriek by do d of partition and record xi I boos 4'. nrt 3, page 11, records of ne fr county. Teoae-'ee. whleh oouveyaace made in trust to secure tbe Bayme.ro acer taiB pro-nl-ory no e in said dre or t. ust e erlberf and wher s i-ald . o e isdu ndr ua4BsBBpa4-..ardattB4. req.testo tseleg o er and nolder thereof, and in pursuauco 'JSC 01 . nader- 18ih day of January, 1S75, bswa tbshmn nr in i.....s. n,is . - u BHiuik, m. auto " ,r"r- P or saw day. at the souibw. ii. u MLH aad. Maalsoo streets, m ha alty of Meaaphl-,. onoty o' -he by. -tste of leoaeaseo rcpuee to sale atpa lc vendue or outry, loroash. the sW res I estat- for ths pnrposes mentioned In said deed of t na . M. BRIT rN. Trusts. By James M. Williamson, his atto ney In fast. deo!7 Trustee's Sale. 01 THE Slk T.T oy JA?traT,1STS highe tbldd-r. for cash, to i arry ' at the pre visions ot a trail area mute ny s w.no -doled Novumber 17, IS7T, vies Lot No. 1 of N. u TtSiieVsnt's pl-n of sa division. re. norrtrdln tho Keglster oCloe o Sbelby Tr. JSplathooi No t ps- i "''In' c Z.L '&l 0-U oiosorta-.el. edmpt3oa j t ustee oay. g.r(t,, , u o-elcwk am. trust. da ed Jv uls ri ..f Tn.-8-s.r, in h-k J1. 9f k .....i mien!. tiUMre. tne f i w. 65i Broadwej, N. Y.