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THE MEMHPIS DAILT APPEAL- -SATUBDAY. -T A. TSTU A.H.T" 23, 1875,
FINANCE AND TRADE. IS THE HONEY MARKET tlie salient act coutinuw to be the exce&3 of capital In proportion to tbe call for it. Except where stpecl&l products, like lumber or Log?, create a special demand, money lies neglected like a diamond in a ben ts t- Tlie New York II' raid reports: ' The mouetary situation is still charac- ' tcriznl by superabundant ofTerlngH off min al, bUi on tbe part of banks and ! uiiividual capitaliste. Tbe demand jUinues very moderate, and tbe rate , of mtereH remain at 2Jf3 per cent, for c all loana" In one form or other, we 1 nnd tuw langutu repooe or capital appa rent in the linaneial reports of the press everywhere. The existence of such a U'lxwe tliows stagnation of bualnees. If Unlnees is dull, it Is not becauao money Is not accertrible, but money is in excess because there is more of it than trade can Hod occupation for. Exchange was lu tufllciencv only in Boots: the rates are unchanged; i discount on eastern, .New urieauv; felling al par on all naints. Gold was at 1125 In New York in me moruiujc, our urunera were pay ing 111(2,1111, for round lots 111 csuld begot. The Philadelphia JTorih American exprefses tbe opinion that the excess of capital fpoken of above will bring better times. It says: "Among the elements tending to produce tuch a result is the superabundance of capital, iiubblvs have burst everywhere. Over Lljvrn credit hes collapsed, but the fcurcs of actual wealth and capital have remained unimpaired, and now, while the havoc nnd devastation wrought t.y tae revulsion lies all before u, we tc clearly that actual capital is fully as a j .n lant ni ever; that tbe nation is really rich and strong, and that, putting aside every dollar of foreign capital, ttiere is more domestic capital in the market than can find profitable invest ment." The cotton market yesterday was j;et; the askings of the last day or two, and increase in receipts, indisposed buyers to operate, and the demand, ex cept for fine grades and long staples, was less urgent. This caused holders to ese exacting, and tbe market was easier. The Feven days receipts at the porU were 07,013 bales, against 'J-5,183 .a.t week, and the stock SS1.942 bales, agtintit 872.6S4; our own receipts were UjU bales, against 6633 lhe week before. Te Influences were clearly In favor of the buyer. New York was quiet at 161c; ISew Orleans quiet at 14ju; Liverpool (luict, with salen of 15,000 bales, at 7jd; tiav'HDUttb, l-ijc; Mobile, 14 ll-16c; ("Uarlestou, 14ic; Guiveeton, 14Jc. Sales lu ojt market were at 1313Jo for sUlued; good onlinary, 131tol3ic; low mtddliuir, 14114Jc; midoTiug, 14J 15i; theo figures include long staple wii re sjld. The following are th ofll cial quotutioua of tbe cotton exchange; it wilt be observed that they are for short staple: Cio u ordinary ... j. w UlldQllCg....- Mi'Unne .. ig ji -d miJdliDi: Ex ra staple lJc higher than these figure. iMarket steady, ofieriugs good; a It , 16i)0 bdlec, -f which spinners took 700, cXiorters 700, speculators 200 bales. COiTON bVATEilENT. Ptock, Beru-mber 1, 1ST! 5,831 Ker lveil Muce last KtatemenU 1.S0O Utceived pieviotuly 2R9,U2 S40482 t-hlppud flnre lat statement. ch-viied previously.... - S9i J7S.C60 216,793 lBlS.3 Stock at uon yesterday.- Illl-OKTS. 'i: as far IhU week. A iui! . Srit week... Hince Sepuunber 1 .. Ke. ip. 1- and Charleston rallroad Mi-.l ippi and Tennessee railroad ... & V U. S. It- K 210.ltt! 690 3.3 107 P t M. tt. K 71 an 100 Nleamenu.. Per wagons and oler sources.. EXPOBIS. TTiui far this week . 7,212 . H.BM Thus fr iat. wees Si j e -epKtnle.r lt 1S153 l. 4f. 14. It M A T. ti. It L. & N. ii. S. K. R h!en lers, north Stmen, south m 270 l.OGG 7S0 5?1 jiy nut, noriu liy rail, south. 160 In TnE general MARKET the offer ings were small in produce and feed, with movement in only one or two ar ticles. Oais wers looking down: a sale was made "to arrive" at 69ic. The St. Louis Democrat of Thursday reports: " The market for oats was dull and low er; the only demand that amounted to anything was for the local market" Bran was unchanged at $25 60. . Corn meal wis in small supply at the rate of the previous day, $4; there are rumors of approacniug laige receipts. In New Orleans the price is still 3 90; the low price there is likely to give shipments a tendency toward Memphis. Hitatoes are in rather improving demand, prices .remaining as before quoted. Apples are In tome demand, and prices continue low. Eggs were a littie lower, 2627c. Vidrlicns were quiet; some nice hens brought $4 50. Turkeys were lower; dreaaed selling at 1012c Bulk pork is ac'lve, the most active thing on the market; prices remain unchanged. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Thursday re ports: "There was a dull market for nearly all articles of the hog product, buyers having generally withdrawn. There wa, however, no pressure to sell, but concessions were in some cases made, and still lower figures would have to be accepted to induce buyers to oper ate with any freedom." The St. Louis G'o&e, January 21st, frays the immense receipt of boss is still going on until dealers are frigbteneJ; taken in connec tion with the falling oft in the exparts they ask what will be the result? ua Utflontarc f0' round UU, unleu othartU$ expTtital; and Jot feed and produce, Uxtt tatct. tor tmall j.urehaiet, rale arc proper- tlonattly higher. Apm.es Per bbL, S23 60; little doing. II ban's Mtdium, 12 20O2 W; pick d navy, SZ W: but quotations arc only nominal. BCTTtK i omroon,16Alc;medlum,2630c; UHAX sale"of 60 sacks at J 25 50. HrcJCWHEAT Fixtm Per bblM tS 509 SO. BaUM hTTKFS Ragging weak at t2yi3c to-2 lb., and 13l4e lor 2Ji lb. CgaJie for Fpiiced .j to7ss7Xe lor reguiar patterns or new. lit i.nis MTEKtAi-Llme, 31 3l 50; llosdnl9 cement, 52 40; LouUville cemcut, 2 S52 30; Are brick, !3rtSpcr 100. Cii ese Xair demand at lCSl'iC for chedder, factory nd western eboloe. foTTOsr eep Seed, SftS S); cotton-seed oil. cr de, 12c; cotton seed meal, J22. C'otto.h VARas-Qnlet; No. 400, ICc; No. 500, 14-; No.6u0.12C No. 700, 103. cinr.B Mloouri, per nbL, $10 50312; half l)b! KStCM CaBBAgk - SI to 8. according to quality. CnABf HKIES-Per boL, !H(4l2. Corn Nothing doing; last salts at Sic. CORXUCAir Scarce at tt. ik a r T 1'er 100, S7&7 50. likiro Fktjrrs Applts, 567c; peaches, 4-c iT, .S llas'cr, 22sc LOUR Perbbl,537i0. Tisu -Mackerel. o, 1 bbls H: balf-bbls. S7 ; kll, SI 60; m st. kits. 2 2S2 50: No. 2 :b.s-;l'air'bbls,H75:klU, : No.3 -i.rJ bi . SU 6012 50: hali-bblt, 6Q 50; Jtli. 1 151 irffUfc So. 1, ball-obls 17 a: t tnlly.H Cbd, In boxes, prr lt o; b nelfc'.9c Herring, smoked, 5. ; roe hemce, hMti-bbls$i 58. r.koi r.KiKH llsni reflnul white sugars, 1IJ4 ,21 . sou renned. jeJiow and white, 8s il "e boghead sugars, lOQHHc: clarified yel low ijew.K4lJ4c; open kettle, new,7&9e: oice wait . ullfellKc Molars and c" nersallou In barreK 45rCBslnquHl . 'ui- -t s tn quallty.i0Ji 25. Klcr,,U9 Rio. pe pounu, Inferior to iiui- Tna, 53o. Kl per bbL,do- C.i.mnn n.r tmtinrl ' ' i vi7iie. lTitlSc. nuff;6ounceiHit ' e . L'S: 2 onneo bottles. tlO 50 ;0Uxft7,c t:urcb, 54S li",Tob oifgS oaJflf prairie at 16. an.joui -tVs Miami 19 bales mUed et S21: . a, rlioic mixed at (25 n7i.Es ktc steady, buyers offering a an nexiljIloe. flint. le: dry Raited, 15 j; green S grevu. fc; unsound hides, Si rr "r lower 8 Iiee i-kW dry. 30OWC. sfteep ski. k 2sJl SM a in quality. 153J. Tallow . 7 -e Heft.wX..26c. HOMiT-Per barrel. ew25. . .kMox an-o UKAsaits Lemon, per box, r.WMJK-2S4 borMS fiKto nso, (,n' , tj,.r. 12i to SU5:Plu hns, I70 W Jfr' ,iw-llto lVi band- htsb, J75U8100; n jaUty Kuiuccyheep. S3 ton, arjrquaii iv aimbw Tcnneswe sheep, S3 , J,sTrNrE Meat rer pound, 12613c Meat. KKSfiH Beef. fore-quarters. 3j;hlnd qa..r;eis,c. cheep, by the carcass, Co. Host, Nails In rtere, S3 80 rates, cash; on orders, Jats-SI fl ear-load to arrtr atc; on landing asking 72c. Per bbi at tt&i. I'teV Fxrr-Per keg, 1 W. I'lCKLW New, per bb)., 510 C041075; half bbl5S0S.76 Fitovisioxs Bacon nominal. Hulk shoul ders, 77Ke; clear rib sides. 10ukKc ; clear Mde,lOKSloV- Itulk hams. irru 'c; bacon hams, Mikr cured, new, UdKc: oltf. ilftUc Brrakfiutbaeon. I2l4l'iS'- Sinn pork.l21& 21 50. Lard-tierce, 11c; kt-s, H,!.,c;iail, 15c Powder AVTt Shot - Powder, per keg. Jrt 35; halve, 1338; quar'e m il SI. Shot, drop, per sack, 825; buck.SSO. Lead, per pound, c Vc. Potatotk-Pinkeye offering at S250; cach blowri offered at H 80; Ins. tore, by the dray lomd. pechblow ft 90; rutts, $. Hales of 2io h&rrel.. neach blows and russet. Irom flut- !:, at 12 7-5; 26 battel early row, store, at ZA S J. Vovvtkv Chickens. 9jl for mixed; oil hens, SI 50. Geese, none. Tui keys, none. Drel turkey, loglxjc; chickens, tseti per uuea; auacn, ou. Hrtciw Pepper, whole, per lb 27c; ground, itK, Clove, 65c. Allspice, 20e. Cinnamon, 1iole, 40315c; ground, 60c. Nutmegs, 11 35. Uinaer, whole. 30o; grounJ, Sic. Mustard, Tuio-ips Per barrel, aOcasi "White Lead Per lb., loftHc. MOKE MARKET. BT TELKCRAPII. PAItIS, January 221.nle8, (Ef.l5c, FRANKFORT, 3annarv 22. UnlUd Stales COUpODH-O-llM OI ltIZ, VS$. LONDON, January 22. The rate of discount In the open market for throe months bills Is Vv per cent., or K per cent, below tbe bank of nuitiano rue. conhon tor monev- and nc- count, SCMfta2.i. United States coupons 5-ls ol 165, Mii;w ls7, ItMOs, 10lk; new 5s, . V,mV?" i4V 'V'U''.J.,'' S.'ft' new iorK Erie prtlerred, OS. NEW YORK, January 22. Money. 2H&3 per cent. Prime mercantile patter, ij&X per cent. Btening wag steady" at 4jSi(aiS9J. Oold opened and closed at 112, with Hales at 112K to 112. Carrying rates were 1(33 per cent.; loana weie auoinade Hat. Specie en gagements lor to-morrow, S 5X10,000 sold coin, and about 42U0M) In (liver. Clearings wero HS.iXOfilO. Dry Rood imports, tl.tJSCJ. Cus toms recelptn,SAW0.Trea'iurj dlkbarbements, J175.1XX). Government oonds were strong; coupons ol ll81, 119: li&i. 115; 1S61, 117; 1S15, lib',; lbUS, new, lib!.: 1!Sj7, ll; lbiK, 119; new 5i,iu;i; 10-IOs, 115;8; enrrency Gi,V9ii. Stato bonds were dull; MK-Ouil Hi, U;'8; old Xennessee, 70; new Tennessee, 4i; new Virginia, 81; old Vlralna, 32; old North Carolina, 20; new ort!i Carolina, 1G. TCc stock market, on the wbcle, has been dull and uninteresting, In comparison with tbe business or the past week. The greatest Hue tuitions during tbe day were In Hannibal and St. Joseph common and preferred stocks. At the opening or business the leading specula tive stocks were dull and barely steady, and later In the day became weak and fell olT J, to 5 per cent., Hannibal and St. Joseph common on" 2 and preferred 5 per cent., on a bill said to be introduced In the Missouri legislature, repealing the act extending the lime for the redemption of their bonds falling due; later In ) ho day the market became firmer, Wabash advancing from 11 to 16, St. Joseph common rallied to&IJi and preferred to29X: Rttheclobe the maiket was dull and without feature. hales aggregated lza,0UO snares, or which TOW were Pacific Mall, 31,000 Western Union, 11000 Northwestern, 6000 Erie, K0 fat. Joseph, 22,000 Lake Shoie, 10000 Uhlo, 10,000 Wabash. Closing quotations were; Canton, tA4; Western Union, 78J-; Quick silver, 33J; Adams exprou compuny, 993; Wells fc Fargo's express company, fcj; American express companv, (L'k; United States express company, CO; I'aclllc Mall, 34', New York Central, 101; Erie, 2Si ; Erie pteforred, 60; Harlem, 12;J: Harlem prefer red, 123; Michigan Central, 7eJ$; Pittsburg and rori wayno, sii nonnwestern, wyH; rorin westera preferred, 59: Kock Island, 103; New Jersey Central, 1U7; St. Paul, S7JJ: ot. Paul preferred. ib)i; Wabash, isys; Wabash preferred, 20; Fort Wayne, 9S; Teire Haute, 107; Terre Haute i relened, 126; Chicago and Alton, 105; Chicago and Alton prelerred, 109; Ohio and Mississippi. 2SJJ; Cleveland, Colum bus and ClnclnuaU,0iI'2; linrlluglou and Quln cy, 110; Lake tihore. A; Chicago, Cclumbus and Indiana Central, 8l; Illinois Cenlral,V7i; Union Pacldc6K: Central Pacific bonds, 91; Union PaclDo txinds, 91; Delaware and Lacuawana, lOTj;. COTXOKaA.RKET3, HV TELEGRAPH. ST. LOUIS, January 22. Cotton quiet, lic LOUISVILLE, January 22. Cotton quiet, CINCINNATI, January 22.-Cotlon. quiet, NEW ORLEANS, January 22, HiO a.m. Cotton market quiet; middling, 14c; sales, 1000 bales; rectlpts, 17 bales. 2 p.m. Set recelpto, 165 hairs; gross, 2762 bales; exports to continent, 2321 bales; sales, 35'jO bales; stock, J0S.0S0 bales; market quiet; middling, 14c. 6 p.m Cotton demand moderate; sales 6650 bales; factors are moetlng the demand t eely at previous prices; good ordinary to strict good ordinary, 13313;,,c; low middling to strict low middling, i4Ji14j5; middling to strict mld'Uing, U'ul5a; gtx1 m ddlinglo middling fair, 15JylllJc; receipts, C!2l bales; exports to tbe couti ,ent. U02!i Dales; coast wise, 3724 balea; to Great Br l lain, 2211 bales; stock, 301,301 bales; unsold laa evenlnz, 172.000 baits; on sulpboard. 135,00.1 bales; week's sales, u5MQ bales; net receipts, 32,760 bjles; gross re ceipts, 39.092 bales; exports 'o (Jreat Britain, C43j bales: to the continent, 17,50 bales; coast wise, 40.67S bales. LIVERPOOL, January 22, 1233 p.m. Cotton luifit anil anoliangfici: uiiddlluganland.d; Orleans, 8d; sales, 15,000 bales, 3000 of which were for export and speculation; sales for tbe week, 114,000 bals. 21,000 or which were for speculation and 000 for export; stock, 756,000 bales, of which 373.000 are American; receipts for mo week, 62,000 bales, 33,090 of which are American; actual exports, 7000 bales; stock afloat, oGO.OOO bales; American, 210,000 bales. 2 pjn December shipments from savannah or Chorlet-ton, g o. c, 711 16d; February de livery, g. o. 7Q7 ll-16d; December and January shipments, g. o c, 711-lCd; Janu ary delivery,!, m. c.,7 ll-16d; December ship ments from New Orleans, 1. m. c.,7 13-lGd. 4 p.m. February and March shipments from s-avannabor Cbatlecton, g. o. c7d;i, m. c 7 13-16d; March and April delivery, l. m, c,'3d; sales of American cotton to-day, 9000 bales. NEW YoRK, January 22,10:20 a.m. Futures quiet; February, 154c; March, 15MS15 9-16c; April, 15 13-16aioc; May, 16K16 3.10c. lOviO a.m. Cotton nothing doing and prices nominally unchanged. 12:10 p.m. Futures firm; February, 15 3-16 !5c; March, 15 9-1615o; April, 15J,g 15 15-ldc; Mar, 16 3-18l8Kc; sales for future delivery, 10,200 bales. 12:15 pan. Cotton quiet and unchanged; I sales for txport, 40 bales, to-day ; to tpin ners, 15 bales to-day, I0j bales last evening; to speculators, in uaies last evening 2 p.m. Futures a shade easier; February, 15V415 3-16c; March, 15 9-I615a; April, 15 13-16al5J4c; May, 10 3-16(316Kc; June, lb 16 9-1 6c; sales for future delivery, 11,300 bales. 2:15 p.m. Cotton quiet and unchanged: sales for export, 291 bales; to spinners, 313 bales. 250 p.m. Futures quiet and steady: Jann- r, 15 1.1615'c; February, I0J43I0 3-lfc; B&lSUc: sales for future delivery, I7,90u bale. Cotton report lir seven days at all United States ports r Receipts, 97,613 bales; exports to Oreat Britain, 50,113 bales; to France, 10,310 bales; to the continent, 6017 bales; coastwise, 2SB bales; stock, SS1.912 bales. NEW YORK, January 22. -Comparative cot ton statement: Net receipts at all United States ports this week, 97,613 bales: last year, 157,995 bales; total to date. 2,405,101 bales; last year,2,3S'8,907 bales; exports this wcek,690S bales; last year, 111,422 bales; total to date, 1,211,423 bales; last year, l,2n,J0l ,balea; stock at all Uult'd States ports, SS1.9 12 bales; last ytar, 795,357 bales; ttock at all interior towns, 11S.55I bales; last year, 14736 bales; stock at Liverpool, 7o6,03J bales; last yetr, 613,000 bales; stock of American afloat lor Ureal Britain, 240,000 bales; last year, 391,000 bales. DRY GOODS MARKET. uy TEMGKArn. NEW YORK, January 22. The weather was unfavorable for business, and the trade move ment was generally slow Brown coatings wero strong at current prices and nave on ad vancing tendency. Prints and cloths were very strong at au advance. Prints and shirtlr g were fairly active. Ginghams were selling freely in package lots. Plain and fancy cot ton hosiery are improving. Fancy ci&stmere sailings, worsted coatings and Kentucky Jeans were In moderate request. PRODUCE MARKETS. BY TELEOUAPn. LOUISVI LLEanuary 23 Flour and wheat quiet. Corn esy at GN370c. Oats easy and better at 03c Kye quiet. Hay, 823. Provis ions firmer but not quotably hlgber. Pork nominal at 520. IU on shoulders, 8Jc; clear rib, 10)c; clear, HJc Bulk meats t-bouldrrs, tQ6j4c; dear rib, l9fi9Jic; clear, I0o: partly cuied $c less. Kugai-cured hams, 13$14c. lMnX quiet; good, lie; tierce, lino; keg, 15Jic. Whisky tirmtr at 95j. Bagging quiet and firm at 12312M: f-T. LOUIS, January 22. Flour duIL Wheat dull; No. 2 red winter. 11 OSglteX. Corn duU aud price declined; No. 2 mixed, 61'g 6Cc. 0t dull and prices declined; 0.2, Son 56c. Barley quiet: choice Iowa, SI 45. Rye steadyalSlOl Whisky steady at 91c. Pork sc:ix-e for futures; sales, over 4000 bbls; I17S5 (IIS February;! 18 February and March ; S iSfit IS 25 April: SIS 25 May. Ureen hams lower at jc xirj'sal' meats dull, 6K6j;- 9j59c. if .con dull. KSSJic, lOQIOJJc, 10XiOJ(c. Lard lower at I2lsc spot. CINCINNATI, January 22. Flour dull. Wheat dull, SI 0531 10. Corn quiet, 7071c. Oats-demand fair nnd market lirm, COtSc. Ilvo quIK, SI lOgl 12. Barley-demand lair, market Ann. Esws quiet. Apnlesqulet. Po tatoes quiet. Pork steady, moderate demand, SIS .5 iol ; regular sold, SIS 50 seller April. Lard quiet: steam. 15-tc; Kettle, HJic. Bulk in eats steady, moderate demand; shoulderx, GW. t-pot,(Tig7fc: clear, KjgOJic Bacon dull aud price cruolng, a. 10J, iOJie. Green meats fair demand; boulder, tyiQQUci clear nb, tJc; cle.r, flJOj. WbUky demand fair and tna.ket firm, (sic. HniOAQO, January 22-Flour dull. AVheit uull and tbe market untett.ed and lower; No. 2 spring Chicago. 8SsJt. Corn dull and deo'lned;No.2rnixed cah. Oats steady aDd In moderate demand, 524fiMc. hye steady and In moderate demand; No. 2,97c. Barleydull: SO 2 spring, SI 2531 32 cash.ac MrdKg to location: No. 8, Sll 14. Pork dull and declines. S17 70 cash. Lard In fklr iemand but at lower rates, 13o. Btlfe meata ctefttly and In mo'erate demand. Whisky fleaay ani So moderate demand, 91c On the cail board this afternoon whtat closed Arm at 1940 February. Coru steady, Oac February. Port: and lard dull and unchanged. jEW YORK. January 22.,-FIour better and more doing; superfine bUvte and western, S3 9031 80. Rye flour firm and In fair demand; 31 105 25. cornmeal quiet and steady; wet- trial HO. Wheat less active and unset- Ued; 'Kofi spniit, fl?03 23; No. 3 spiing, SI 07(3109. Ryequfet atUia&Sc. -Barley quiet an liieidv. alt quiet, corn scarcely K) ao- tif & and closed a shade easier; mixed western : j-o (lAinftsnaus nrmerana moaer '".".T' "rSTs'J. mitrKJ western. 67a69e. Coffee iiciiiTind in fair demand Klce, lbqiBe K1CO. quiet iqu uucuwibou - , , cuin dull and nominal; refined, 12c; cruder Marcn, uii v-ioc; April, v lit-iogiss; May, 16K&10 3-16c; Jnne, I6KQ16 9-16c; July, 16H18 13-16c: August. VSliMJe: September. 16 7-1 Sugar dull and heavy; nirw reunws bSsVc Mo:ass:s-gro:ery grades quiet; New G25U dulled hSavy; prime. Wgeso; ; Porto SK'-tC. Turpentine active at 38c. Eggs un changed. Pork closed lower; new, J1950. Cut meats, quiet lllilOoIOIc. Middles heavy iuu tun Kwiciu, uuii ukii, iuc. Lard opened heavy bnt closed tinner: prime Meam, 1331&I7Bc. Butter heavy; western. 17& juc. waxy ami anu noiniusi hivi ,c. NEW ORLEANS, January 2i-Flour dull . and low grades scarce; double extra, S5 25; ' treble extra, S5 Wi 75; choice, SijU 25. Corn ' dull, 485c. Oats dull and lower. (Kbac I man uuii. si i . nay ami; prime, t-i; choice, S20. 1'ork dull and lower, S19 25. Dry alt meats dull, VV, lO'c. Bacon dull, U:tll,,'c Jlajua.iic. Lard qulft; tierce- la.i;iH, i2C; icuutu, i,c; iseg, JI4C. ru gar good demand and firmer; common, 6,3 bKa; fair to fully fair, lB4ft7Xc; prime to choice, 7Ji3lfc; stock, 3134 hh ds. Moloskes 11 rm; common, Si-Hioc; fair, 46arjOc; prime to Mrictly prime, SIAGOc; stock,T2.S) barrel?. Wblskydnll: Louisiana. OSc: choice western. il. CoOVe quiet; fair to prime, 1M auiet: fair to nrlme. lb'.M'Alc cornmeal, ta yo. The J'rtce Current says: "The Incessant rr.InR during three or four weeks In the gulf Stales have almost brought onr market to a standstill. Tho roads in tbe country bave become so muddy that hauling is stopped, hence only a light order for pro duce or merchandise of auy description." RXYEK 'REPORTS. During the past twenty -four hours the weather manufacturers have been as fickle as old maids are said to be (we never saw one), and we have at last given up in despair. Dur ing the day, however, we had very much of the invigorating sunshine Just enough to counteract the sharp winds that blew from the north, and the sunny side of a bale of cot ton was a luxury Indulged in pretty general ly. From above we have nothing worthy of note; the ice holds on. with little prospect of an early relief, and steamloat Interests are tearfully retarded. The lower streams are running down-at a rapid rate, and soon no water for boats will be in order. Here the river declined seven inches, and we have only six feet above the dead-line. Our dispatches and the weather observer's table below give all particulars up to the hour of going to press: U7 Telesrapli. OrriCEOB3.,SlO. SEB. U.R. A. 1 January 22, IS75.J Above low Changes. ,'Tat5rJ' Rise. ; Fall. Feet, Iu's. 1 Ft. 'In. Ft, In. Keokuk. .... 1 ...... ' Cairo -6 3 1 9 St. Louis... C 10 1 ! Pittsburg 3 4 Cincinnati. 13 5 Louisville-.-. 1 4 9 5 Memphis. i. . "... 7 Shreveport 20 S 2 Nashville ; 5 G 2 New Orleans'... 11 9 4 LltUe Rock 'Below bench mark. H. M. LUDWIG, Sergeant. Pittsburg, January 22. River 2 feet 9 inches, Weather clear and mild. New Orleans, January 22. No arrivals or departures. Nashville, January 22. River still falling, with 4 feet 2 Inches on tho shoals. Clear and pleasant. Cikcissati, January 22. The Ice in the river moved about three hundred yards last night and stopped. No damage. Cairo. January 22 Noon. No arrivals or departures. Clear and cold..... Night River 6 feet 3 inches and falling. Mercury 36 . Vicksbdbo. January 22 Weather cloudy and warm. River fell 2 inches. Down: City of Alton. N boats up. The City or Qulncy mnk at twelve o'clock last night at the footot Island 98, and Is now on the bur In seven leet of water. She lies straight, and Is unloading on the bar. No lives lost. Evansville, "January 22. Weather clear. Mercury SO to 40. River rising, with 5 feet on the gauge. The Aikansaa arrived from New Orleans and lies over till morning. The Sherlock laid up below Henderson bar. The SnsleSUverwlll be here to-night and de part for Now Orleans to morrow. 1 Additional dispatches will ba found on the fourth page. Business Yesterday. Business at the landing yesterday was Just so-so, local packets doing very little in the way of freights. Receipts were correspond ingly light, and everybody seemed imbued with the feeling of flatness which prevailed. An Improvement is not expected here until tho ice lets go above, and that event Is not looked for soon. It takes aright funny joke to awaken a smile on a river man's counte nance now-a-days, and as there are but few "in port" who can furnish tho joke, smiles, excent of thellould nersuaslon. are fw and far be tweea. Well, w all live in hopes, if we per ish on the ragged edge, etc. The following constitutes the business yesterday: ARRIVALS. THE CHARLES MORGAN, from New Or leans, arrived yesterday, and put off hero 35 packages. She had 500 tons and a good list of people for the Ohio river. TUB JOHN MEANS, from the Ohio, with two bartfas in tow, arrived yesterday and dis charged hero a good lot or iroighi. THE WARY AMENT, from Johnson's, came In ye-iterday with 3S bales of cotton, 4 1 sacks of seed, and sundries. THE A. J. WHITE, from Napoleon, came in yesterday morning, with 141 bales of cotton, SSI sacks teed, a lot of sundries, and a good list of passengers. l'HEU.W. CHEEK, from the upper coast, had 13 bales of cotton, and a list of sundries. THE PHIL ALLIN, from Friars Point, ar rived yesterday morning, bringing, besides a goodly number ot passengers, 399 bales of cot ton, 413 sacks of seed, anu a numerous list of sundries. THE JOHN F. TOLLE, from New Orleans' came in yesterday, discharging here 450 bar rels of cement, 150 barrels ol salt, and 125 cases of tin. DEPARTURES. The departures yestorday were tbe'Glencoe, for New Orleans; Phil Allln, lor Friars'Point; Charles Morgan, for Cincinnati; G. W. Cheelc and Mary Amenl, Tor Osceola; and John F. Toile, for Lalro. IN PORT. Mary Boyd, II. a. Turner, John B. Maude, T. F.Eckert, R. W. Dugan, A. J. White and DeRuesy. Boatn Advertised to Leave. FOR WHITE RIVER The QUICKSTEP, Captain Milt Harry, E U. Postal, clerk, leaves at Ave o'clock this evening. FOR NAPOLEON The A. J. White, Cap tain George Maloue. A. L. Cummings, clerk, leaves at five o'clock this evening. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER-'Ihe JIakv Bo yd, Captain iJ. Nowland, leaves at five o'clock this evening, Local Drift. An Associated Press dispatch from Cincin nati yesterda afternoon says that the ice moved about three hundred yards Thursday night, and stopped. No damage reported . .'alro complain' d bytelegrapn yesterday of "clear and cold" weather..Plttsbnrg tele grams yesterday afternoon were "clear and mild.".... .Ice-gorges In the upper rivers are quoted 'firm and unchanged."......Tbe Hu nan's pumps have been sent to tho sunken steamer St. Krancis.....Paul F. Anderson, a well known merchant, has purchased and will hereatter'Tuu" the wharfboat at Helena ThesteunerlddyviIle has been eued at Nashville for ten thousand dollars damages sustained by the mother of a negro cabin hoy who was drowned last season......lbe Belle of 'lexas, when last heard from, was stuck at Douglass's, where Mi 3 will probably remain until another rise. Uleanlniis from other Points. Tho Louisville Courier-Journal is trying to enthuse Louiavllllanson theprojectof a Mar-dl-Uras celebration In that cltv bv savins "there is some talk of a Mardi-Gras festival in Louisville," etc. unr experience in tue matter here Is that it takes more than "some talk" in fact, "lalk"of any kind is poor cap ital to begin on: It takes filthy lucre, and that by the cart-load, and then somebody is gener ally s. ort on the enterprise. But we have al ways nueu me mil 10 me compieiesisausiac' tlon,soMr. C-X, you had b. st advise your neonle to abandon anv attemut to tret uu what must surely result in a failure, handle i up and come to Memphis, where you will see how tbe old thing works to your heart's con- tent. These things we say unto vou, and for bid them not, as it were The Joun K. I Toile landed six thousand fourhundred tomb- I stones at Vicksbnrg last Wednesday, for tne J national cemetery near mat ciiy ....... i ne 101- luwine constitutes the "river reports" enllro of the'Llttle Rock O zctte, of the twenty-first : "At dark last nUbt tho river stood one foot eleven Inches by the government gauge. The Bruno, cantain uuie, a vroamg uoai, irom st. Paul, Minnesota, arrived yesterday. The Clarksvllle 1m due from jsew Orleans bavins passed vicksuurg Monday nigbt. Tbe Mar? Boyd, from Memphis, came up tho river sixty miles and turned back on account of low water."... Carnal n Bob Wise telegraphs to Cincinnati that the Parker lies easy and Is in no danger of breaking In two.rho St. Louis .JwnocraX'fspeclal dispatcher from this city, under date of the twen'.leth, perpetrates the following: "James Lee, jr., son of ibe com mander of the PhlL Allin, and a well-known attorney, died here to nigut nr pneumonia." It is truo James Lee. Jr.. has had a pretty rough tussle with an liluetsof several days, and at one time his life was almost depalred ot;yet we a.o happy to chronicle tho last that he is rapidly convalescing, and entirely out ot danger this trip, at leasL" Local Iaipelor' Anutinl Report. Tbe following is a svnoosls of the reDort of Local in pec tors Grouauer and r.alslon for tbe pas' year: uuiieri inspected, ; Doners round ueiect ive, 3; sheets condemned, 42; mud-drums condrtnned. 4: strain drums condemned. 2: vesselslnspected.'e; tonnage of s me,12.657 012; reenveu im ior inspection, iB3l ou; licenses Issued io masters, 131; licenses issued to mutts, 40; licenses Issued to engineer", 117; licenses Issued to pIlo.s,51; lees received for licenses, $3005; total receipts for 1S74 J48SI 50. AC1PEXTS DURING THE YEAS, The Crescent City exploded her boilers, kill ing 12 persons, she belonged to the St. LouU d strict, and had been inspected there. 1 he Sam J. Hale burst her steam-pipe, kill ing 3 persons. She had been inspected, and belongrd to the Cincinnati district. Tbe Maum lie burst her steam-plpc. She had been inspected at Lonuviue; l p person Eiueu Total number killed on these boats, 16. It U Gratifying to know that, through the dilleence and carefulness of our inspectors and steamboat officers in general, there has not been a single life lost by accidental es cape of steam, explosion or any other disas ter during tbe year on steamers inspected or belonging to this district. The DuslneKs of this district .comparrd with Loqlsvlle, shows that the Memphis office col lected more fees and inspected more steam ers, vir: Fees collected at Memphis, SIS51 53; boats inspected. 58; tonnage, 1257 40 Fees collected at Louisville, S3S15; boats Inspected, 45: tonnage, 10 421 10. Qur United States customhouse Is admira bly managed by the worthy surveyor of the port, Wm. J. Smith, who Is assisted by that efficient and courteous gentleman, J. Naylor Newklrk. .MitNnoun KESTOKEM.-A victim tt yonthlnl Imprudence, causing premntnro de- ; i cay, nervous debility, etc., having tried ln- vain every known remedy, lias iounu asimpie ( self-cure, which he will 5 suffere-. Address J. H send frecto his fellow KEKV F. 7S N&RSHU street. New Vorte. A. E UCANKDAT. u. .. itrntt. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in OppcolO Court Square, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE. BE TAILED Al WHOLESALE PRICES 11Y TIIE- MEMPHIS TEA OOMPAMY, 365 MAIM STREET. We will retail our large and well-selected stock of Teas at wholesale prices for 30 days from this date, January IS, 1ST). Good mixed Tf a, 50c, 75c,Sl per pound. Imperial, 50c, 73c, SI, SI 20 per ponnd. Young Hyson, 7oc, 81,51 25 per pound. Gunpowder, 75c, SI, SI 25 per pound. Ooloong, 50c, 75c. SI, $1 25 per pound. English Breakfast, 50o, 75c. SI, SI 25 per pound. Japan, 5".'c, 75c. SI. SI 25 per pound. Orcngo Peko, SI 25 per pound. fa-All goods delivered free ol charge. CfExamine our superior brandsof Roasted and Ground Coffees, and pure Ground Spices. 1 in 365 fclain Street. IF YOU WANT FRESH AND GENUINE (Jardcn Seeds, Clover Seed, Orchard Grass Seed, Dine Grass Seed, Timothy Seed, Herds Urass Need, Seed Potatoes, Etc., GO TO- OTTO SCHWILL & CO., 117 Main Street, Near New Courthouse - MEMPHIS, TENN. Port Pickering, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE. LI8EB, Orders lett nt l?o. 177 Jlnln street will be proitift ly attendrd 10. ER iNlilS SCHULZ, XATE of London, England, is now located nt j aio ttraiii strf, where he will treat all Chronic Dlsesses of male ani female, no mat ter how long a ding. His treatment on Pul monary i-eascs. Diseases ot Women, nnd all forms of Private Dls ases cannot be conflicted with. He will pay to any unfortunate invalid S50 if ho cannot cure hlB cose. Cures CrUAItNTEKD in every case Poor patients prescribed Jo free. No extra charge will be made for visiling any per.-on in tho city. All calls promptly attended to. int. ; u. 210 Main sU, Memphis. Tenn liissotxjnojt. THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween D. Zweilel aud August Zweifel, and after tho death of D. Zweifel continued by his widow Earnestlne Zweifel, In the nanin ofD Zweifel & Brother, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business heretofore carried ou bv said firm will be-contmned by Earnestlne Zweifel, who alone is authorized to co lect all debts due said firm of D. Zweifel & Brother. All just claims against tlie firm ol D. Zweifel & Brother will be nald by Ernes tine Zweifel. AUG. ZWEIFEL. Jan. 15, 1875. EARNKSTINE ZWEIFEL. CrSAES! LOTTERY 1 CIGARS J BORKIO & BROTHER C COMMISSION MERCHANTS (Established J 1SJS), Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Ilavnua aud Domestic rignrs, Leaf To bacco Cigarettes, Manufactured Chewing and Smoking Tobacco. ATTENTION To take place December IS, 1S74, CJrcnt Exlrnordliinry Drawing of the renowned Royal Havana Lottery. Only 16,000 whole tickets and 312200,000 to be distributed. Capital Priro 5500,000. Bo prompt; call for plans and send orders, in advance, to BORNIO & BROTHER, nvler street. NEW ORLEANS. La. 5 Iff AMC3E iAiL13 OF VALE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1875. No. 902, R. D. Second Chancery Court of Shel by county, ennussee James Coaipton vs. J. B. Giilllag et al. BY virtue of an order of Rale made in the above cause on the 2Sth day of December, 1S74, I will sell at public sale, to tho highest bidder, in front of the bhelby countv court house, on Main street, city of Memphis, on Saturday, Feljrnary 15, 1875, within legal hourF, the following described real estate, to-wlt All that certain tract and parcel of land situ ate, lying and being In the county of Shelby, Stato of Tennessee, near the city of Memphis, and bounded as follows, viz Beginning at a stake in the. center of tho New Ralelshroad, the northwest corner of Mrs. Brocchus' lot; tnence with her line a siutli west course to a stake In W. G. I-ord'a line; thence with his line a south weat coarse to a point where E 12. Porter's lino strikes said Ford's line; thence with said Porter's line a northwest course to his northeast corner In the said New Kalelch road, and thence with the center ol said road lo the beginning, Terms of Sale-Cash. This January 21, 18:5. M. D. L. STMVART, Clerk and Master. Adams a: Dixon, sols, lor compl't. ja22 Trustee's Sale. rN pursuance of tho powers nnd authority L conferred npon mo under and by virtue of a deed of trun. bearing date t o lflthdivof September, lSbH, recorded in tbe Registers of fice of Shelby county, Tennessee, in record book No. 73, paaes lu7 and 108, executed to me by Wm. A. J-llcbner for the pur pi sh of s-cur-ing to J A. Sigua go a eertaln Indebtedness therein described, I will, on Wednesday, Sd day of Febrnary, 1875, at the front entrance of the courthouse of shelbv county, on Main treet, in the city of M-iup la, 'Jennessee, between the hours o 10 a m. and 12 in. of s id day, sell for cash, at public outcry, to the highest bidder, tbe fol lowing described real estate, 1 Ins aud being in tbe city of M mplii, thel-y county, and Stat-of Tennessee, aud bounded ts lollows, to-wlt Beginning sta stake on the northwest conierof .Ninth and Carolina stree's in said city; thence nortn parallel with Ninth street l;ti leet; thenco west and parallel with Caro lina street 151 feel aud 0 Inches to a stake; thence south and parallel witn Ninth street 135 leet to a stake; thence est and parmlel with Carolina street 151 fest and 9 Inches io tbe beginning. The rlgnt of redemption i waived in the deed of trust, and th title Is bel eved to be perfect, but 1 seil and convey trustee only. Ja22 L. POliFSTA,Trr.Ue. Non-llesident Notice. No. 1599. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. K. M Apperson & Co vs. Geo B. Peters. it appearing from the bill which Is sworn to In this cause that tbe defendant, Geo. B. Pe ters, Is Jnstiy Indented to the compl. Infant in the sn a of 5393 77. due by promissory note, nnd that said Geo B. Peters is a non-rtsldent of tho tstate of Tenntssee, and that for these ciues an attachment was tued out of this court against the property of defendant, and the fame was isned, and has been returned by tbe sheriff, duly levied on the property of defendant Geo B. Pefrs; It is therefore oidercd. by the Clerk and Master. That he make his appearance here in, at the courthouse of tho Second Chan cery Court, 1 the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before tho first Monday in -March, U75. and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same, will bo taken for confesed as to him and set for beiring exparte; and that a copy of thla order b published once a week, for foar successive week". In the Mem phi Appeal. This January 21,1875. M.I). L. STEWART, Clerk nud Master. Myers Sneed, sols, for compl't. Ja22 Da n k p.yt c n :Ii IM Mil 269 1-2 MAIN ST., USn WW mil BSBE MB AM. w. a. ciagi: GAGE COTTOH SO iFKT STREET, Memphis, Teimesuee. rosrKRs HE; o.orxis GRAND PRIZE CONCERT At iiountoii, lesa,Maix!i 3, 1S7G. $soo,ooo OO In Gold Coin, Cboice Lau 1, Farms Und City Residences. Among the Prises . thero will bo 82.VIOO la Oalt. ewTho Real Es'ateLspnt In at its actual value Capital Prize, $10,000 Gold. COM MENDATOI'.Y "Having Irom our long acquaintance with J. E. Fos-ttj, every confidence- in bis integrity, we feel justified In say ing we believe he will carry out his Distribu tion honestly and lairlv." Signed by the Ma or. Hon. J. T. D. WilMin, and tho City Council. fuai old and reliable paper, tbe Houston Tclegrapn, which rarely condescends tonoticc Individual enterprises, i-ays of the First Draw ing: "Not even the most captious and su -ipect-lng person could take exceptions to tho man ner of the drawing. It was fair, honorable and eqltable. Tho committee and recorders were of our very best citizens, and kindly gave-Jheir time and labor to the superintendence of the drawing, or rather did Uie actual inbor of it. Captain Foster baj acted honorably and fairly throughout the whole management of this enterprise While some money has beeu mode by the venture in all probabllltv, yet tho property given as prizes has only netted a fair price, and the profit Is only an exchange of the property for cash." That staunch Democratic paper, the Hous ton Age has tho following: "The Commit'ee ol gentlemen wa one of the best that could have been selected by tho audience. Hon. D. U. Barzf za, who supervised the drawinsr, is onr present representative, and one of tho most popnlur men in the cUs-Irict- The drawing was preluced bv an W planation from Captain Foster, of tbe mooe adopted. This was well received and under stood, precisely as explained by the circulars. Captain Foster said that while he wished all his homo peopl gr.od luck, he yet was tree to say that with the people of poor Mlssls-lppi, Louisiana and South Carolina, he felt a greater sympathy, aud he did hope they wouiu araw tue largest numner 01 prize, that they might come to a tree country, and make a white man's living. This sentiment ws received with loud cheers. The drawing was then proceeded with, and the result is an nounced elsewhere." No connection with tbe Denison, Wagley & Lockart, or any o-her similar enterprise. TICKET 83 OO KACil, and a liberal discount on orders for a greater number. RELIABLE AGENTS WAIhD. Mnst have the confidence of tho community in which they live. Se d for circular. Refer ence Dunn, Barlow & Co.'s Reference Book, found in all banks. T. W. HOUSE, Treasurer. Address J. E. F03TER, .Manager, jan7 Houston, Texas. ISIPIB fi KANSAS CITY RAILROAD. THE undersigned will remain in the city fr ten days, to take deeds for Arkansas land subscriboil to thi Memphis aud Kansas City Railroad Company, and can bo found at the office of Messrs. Adams A Dixon, No 41 Madi son street. Any parties desiring 10 sub-scribo lands t the Eald company, will plen.50c.1ll a' tho above named office, 01 address a in te to the undersigned there, and he will atten-l ikeir places of business or lesldeuces with blank deeds and stock receipts and close the subscriptions. Therd are tens 01 thousands ol acres Arkansas lands owned in this city that is only an expense to the owners, with no pro'pectof Its being otherwise until this iap road is built, and it wouM pay tho owners to actually donate one haf of ibelr lands to in sure its completion, as half would bs worth more than all if it were finishes. But tbe Company do not ask the lan s as a gift. It in pajlug three ix-llari per acre for uverago lands in capital stoct, and for superior land-, where the tax-books show them assessed tor that nmonut, five dollars per aero is given. This road in owned-and controlled largely by Meniphiau, and is truly a Memphis loaJ. H runs through a rich, fertile and populous country; It runs over tho highest and shortest proposed route tbrorgn tho Mississippi b t torn, being only forty miles through w tbe foot of Croley'a Ridge, and during the high water of 1867 (which was the highest ever known) only about twenty miles was over flowed, and of that portion that was over flowed an average elevation of six feet wouid hive passed the cars over on dry ground. rnis i orapany uas unnuesuormmy me oest 01 nnj-otnor proposed loute inruTjBu iiibv tmtn , it rnns through a mo e densely populated country than any other proposed route, and is to all intents a Memphis mail, and it is cer tainly to tbe Interest of Mempbians to sub scribe their lands tc it. There is already eight hundred thousand dollars in county subscrip tions, and about one million acres of land subscribed. All taxes cease from date of sub scription. T. U. MCCRAY, Jai9 Subscription Agent. LOUISVILLE & NAsfiVE. -AND- SRMT gOUTHSRH RAILROAD. SCH&BTGSjZ: Express Tram leaves dally (Sundays excepted) ... ..3:30 a.m Mail train leaves dally. . 125 v.m Nashville Express It ave3 daily (Sun days excepted.... 3:5-5 p.m 53- No change of cars by this line for Louis ville, St. Louis or Nashville. Pullman Palace Sleeplng-Cars on all night trains. For tiokets or information apply at Tlcliet Office, So. 2g7 Sala Street. JOHN T. FLYNN. Sup't Memphis Dlv, lAMW fiPREJI. TtCtPt ACPUt. MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON Kotice lhange of Sclicilnle. rilRAINS on the MEMPHIS AND CHARLES L TON R. R. will arrive and leave Memphis as follows, on and ai ter November 29, 17 1 : Mall train leaves dffilv . 12:30 p.m Express train leaves amiy t,ecept Saturdays) 7:00 pjn Somervllle Accommodation leaves 'iaily (except Sundays) .... 4 0 p.m Grand Junction Accommodation leaves daily (except Sunday) . 60 n.m Mall train arrives daily 10:30 a.m Express train arrives daily (except Mondays) ............. ..11 :0o p.m Somervftle Accommodation arrives dally (except Sundays) 8:10 a.m Grand Junction Accommodation ar rives dally (except Sundays) 6:15 pjn Making close co .nection for all points Kast and Southeast; 7 U0 p.m. train connects at De catur direct for Nashville. Loutsvilie, and the Northwest, and at Chattanooga for all points; 12 noon train at Grand Junction for points North on Mississippi Central Railroad, Cairo, St, Louis, Chicago, also at Chattanooga witn the East Tennesj-.ee, Virginia and Georgia, and Western and Atlantic Railroad, for all points reached by these lines and their con nections; 6:00 a.m. train at Gr -nd Junction for tho South on Mississippi Central Railroad, sleeplng-t-ars on all night trains. Shortest and best route to al! Eastern and Sonth eastern cities. Ticket office 278 Main street. W. J. ROSS, Oen'l Sup't. Tom. B. Dunit, Ticket Agent deel uiasoijiTj'riou. rjiHE Law firm rf McFarland & Goodwin is 1 this day dissolved by mutual consent. Both members of the late firm will attend to tbe old business until wound up. OUlce.oU Madison street, as heretofore. L. B. M'FARLAND, W. W. GOODWIN. Memphis. Tenn January 1. 1875. . Administrator's Notice. rjAVINGbeon appointed administrator of CI tbe estate or orrin White, de b nis non, this is to notliy all parties uavlug claims against sard estate to present them, propeily probated, within the time prescribed by law, and all persons owing said estate to settle immediately. Jail JOS. VKNABLE, Administrator. KOTICE fS HEREBY GIVEN that tho Annual Meet- ing of the Stockholders of tho Paducah and Memphis Railroad Company will be he d at the Company's office, No. 5 Madison street, Memphis, T-un.,on Wednesday, frebrnary 17, 1S75, at 12 o'clock m. EX. NoR'i'ON, PreVt. N.Mos.SAiiHAT, -ecretury. Paducah. Jan. 16,1375. Insolvency .Notice. HAVING been regularly appointed and qualified us administrator of the estate of Eclmond Daly, deceased, by tho Hon. Probate Court ol She by county, and having suggested the Insolvency o) Eald estate, notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the same to come forward and prove them within tho time prescribed by law, or thev will be barred. C. L. BROOKS, wed Adm'r of Edmond Daly, dweased. Chancery b"ao of Ileal Estate. No. 27S0 -In the First Chancery rourt of Shel by county. Mary L. Vandervlllo vs. N. H. Person. iN the above came, by virtue of an order entered January 15, 1875, the biddings are opened for ten days-, during which time blu wUI bo received at myofheo on lots 1,2, 3, 4 and 5, of tto Person's suLdl vision herein, situ ated about flfte-n miles north of Memphis, and just east of Lucy Statlon.on the Memphis and Paducah railroad. After which time the sale will bo confirmed to the highest bidder. Purchasers Teqnlrcd tn comply by paying one-third cash, und giving their two notes, without security, payable in one and two years, with interest fcm date. This January 1C, 1875. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy C. and M. Luke W. Flnlay, attorney. Jal6 '. G. FISHER. TAQTt Trustee's Sale. T)Y virtue ol a trust deed made to me De- D cember 9, 1S73, registered In book W, page 11,, X will, uu Saturday, February IS, 1875, wlthiule:al hours, sell for cash, to the highest bidder, m lront of the courthouse door, i'em phls, Hie following property, lFlng in the city of Memphis, Tennes?ce: Beginning on the south side of Mosby street at a stake 51 feet east of the northeast cornerof J. C. Grlffing's homestead; thence east with Mosby street 2aK leti io a siane; ttience soutu liajs leet to a contemplated 16-foot alley; thence west 25 iekl iua siai.e; mence uift ieer, io me uegin nlng. kouity of redemption waived: title be llevedto be good, bnt I will sell and convey oniy as trustee. a. ivvtf'oiuxv, Trustee. C. W. Metcalf, attorney. jalO '.a.riastee's ale ON the 6th day of February, 1875, I will sell the following property to the highest bidder, for cash, to carry out the provisions of a trust, ueea maue uv I. u. novie anu nu- phenia Boyle, dated 17th of April. 1872. viz: Jxits one, two. three and four, block five, of W. P Deadrick s sub-division.of Melrose pint, of which is duly recorded In plat book 1, page 47, Shelby county. Lot one has a front of CO feet, and lots two, three and four have each a front ol cO feet, on the south line of Carnes's. avenuo and run hack between parallel Unes Z4OZI-1U0 ieet. Redemption waived and title believed to be perfect, but I sell and convey as trustee only. Sale in front of Planter's Insurance com pany building, 39 Madison street, al 11 o'clock a.m. H. D. BUCKLEY, JauO Trustee. DIAMOND SPECTACLES These ppectacles are manufactured from "MINUTE CRYSTAL PEBBLES" melted to gether, and are called DIAMOND on account of their hardness and brUliancy. Having beeu tested with thepolarlscope.the diamond lenses have been found to admit fif teen per cent. less heated rays than any ether pebble. They are ground with great scientific accuracy, are free from chromatic aberrations, and pro.lnce a brightness and distinctness of vision not before attained in spectacles. Man. nfactured by the Speuocr otel Innti rnetnrjuft Company, n. Y. For sale by re sponsible agents in every city in the Union. W. C. SYKP, Jeweler and ptlcian.isSoIe Antfor Memphis, Tenn., from whom they can only be obtained. No peddlers employed. Do not buy a pair unless you see tho trade mark aplO TRUSTEES SALE. BY virtue of tho terms of a trust deed made to mo as. Trustee on the 22d of November, 1859, by R. J. Hays and Sarah Jane Kawllngs, to secure certain notes therein described, as will bo seen by reference to said trust deed re corded in the Register's olllee of Shelby coun ty, In book No. 40, part 2d, pp. 339. 340 and 311 : aud at tho request of the holder of the unpaid notes, I will, on Friday, J2th day or February, 1875, offer for sale to tho highest bidder, for cash, In front ot the building occupied by the Western Union Telegraph company.on .Madison street, east of Main street. Memphis, Tennessee, tho following described property, lying and being in lhe .unty of SliMby,and State, of Tennes see, and beginning at a stake on the west side of the Randolph road, on tho line between the John Rica tract and the A. S. Wheatley tract; the southeast corner of lot No.cl ot tbo Wheatley tract; running thence with the east line of said lot, northwardly, 5 chains and G links o a snko on tbe west side of tbe Ran dolph road; thence west 16 chaiusand51 links ton stake on the bank of Wolf river; thence southwardly t chains and 10 links to a s ake on the bank of Wolf river, iu the south line of the Wheatln? tract; and thence eastward ly and with the line of the Rceand Wheat ley tract, IS chains and 51 links to the begin ning; being parts of lots 31 and 36 of the Wheatley traui, and being north of and ad joining the Factory tract, and containing eight and 16S-1000 acres, more or less. All rlgnt of redemption In and to said land ailU prbUllseto la .v.ccolj ,.i.c.j, and pnn. veyed to me as Trustee, and the tltlo to said property is believed to bo good, but I will sell and convey only as Trustee. JOHN' JOHNSON. Trustee. Trustee's 5le. IW ILL sell to the hlehest bidder, for cash, on the 21th day of February, 1875, lot 17 ol N. M. Trezevant's subdivision, on south side of Union avenue, and conialnlng51t)-100 acres. Sale to be made at sonth west cornerof Main and iMadison streets, Memphis, under the pro visions of a trust deed to me from A. 11. Koeh ler and her husband, Hermann Koehler, re corded April 1'J, 1868, in the Register's office of Shelby county. Tenn., Book 61, page 487. dec2ti JOHN P. TREZEVANT, Trustee. Insolvency Notice. State of Tennessee, Shelby county Office oi County Court Clerk, Memphis, Tenn., De cember SO, 1874 To W. W. Coleman, Ad ministrator: HAVING suggested tho insolvency of the . estate ot Sarah Galnor. deceased, you are hereby ordered to give notice, by ad vertisement in some newspaper published within the said State, and also at the court house door of Shelby county, for all persons having claims against s-ild estate to appear and file the same with the Clerk ol (he County Lourt,;autbenticated iu tlie manner prescribed by law, on or before the 1st day of May, 1875; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or be'ore an appropriation of the funds of said estate is made, shall be forever barred, both in law and equity. Witness my hand at office, this 30th day of December, 1871. JAMES REILLY, Clerk. By Hugh B. Cullen, Deputy Clerk. Agreeable to the above order all persons are hereby notified to file their claims against said estate within tho time therein specified. W. W. COLEMAN, Admin"rof Sarah Galnor, deceased. December al, 1874. VALUABLE PLANTATION SM SAILS. TN obedience to the decree of the Desha Cir JL cult Court, I will sell, to the highest bidder, at the Courthouse door, at WATcONS, Desha county, Arkansas, on Wednesday, 3d day of Febrnary, 1875, the plantation called " Beolia," and other real property In Desha county, belonging to the U" iv.lv'-, cvu f s' lt A- M.tO! . . ) t T M sec 19, T 7 S, R 2 E, 160 acres ; E N W sec 19, T 7 s, R 2 L, SO acres: W Yt N L sec 19, T 7 S. r; 2 E, S'J acres; W E K N E sec 19. T 7 S, It 2 E, 40 acres; res S E sec 19, r 7 S, R 2 E, 62 acres; N W Jatd WJSN E yt sos3,T8S. Rln.,210 acres, N E sec 4. T8 S, it I E, 1G0 acres; part N W sec 4, T 8 S, Rl E,80 acres: with any Other lands of decedent estate In that coun ty, whether described or not. The plantation has a substantial dwelling, cabins, stables, gin, etc. For lurtber lu'onnatlon apply to tbe undersigned, at Laconia, Ark.: J. B. Payne, .! Lexington, Ky., or W. G. Weath erford, &bu., Memphis, BEN. MONROE, Adm'r la9 Estate ot D. J. F'ournoy, dee'd. "ffrisstee's gale. TTNDER and by virtue of a deed of trust 5, 1871. and recorded In the . U made June Kte'ster's office of Shelby countv. In book No. 80, page itJ, on June 12, 1871, to sccuiethe pay ment of a certain indebtedness mentioned therein, I will, On Wednesday, Jan. H7, 1S75, at 11 o'clock In the forenoon, In front of my office. No. 280 Second street, in the cltv of M t-lupins, sell to the highest bidder, lor cash, tuo following described ict or parcel of land, to-wlt: Part of lot No. 3, In block No. 37, In South Memphis, and commencing at the uunheatcorner of Main and Linden streets; running thenco north with tho east line of Malnst.eet io feet to a stake; thence east 50 feet; thenco south 40 feet; thenco west paral lel with Linden street 0 leet to place of be ginning: said lot being 50 feet on the north sUe of Linden street and 43 feet on the east side of Main street. The title to said property is believed to be perfect. L. K.DYER. Trustee. Non-Resident Notice. No. 1532. R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee Geo. A.Tren liolm and W. L Trenholm, firm of Geo. A. Trenholm fc Son, ot als., vs Merchants Na tional Bank of Memphis, Harah A. Gist, A. S. Mitchell, R. K. Dunkeison, and others. It appearing from affidavit in this cause that tbe defendants, Sarah A. Gist. A. S. Mitchell It, X. Dunkerson, Martha A. Hatch, henry Hatch, Individually and as trustee, D. M. Fitch. B.G.Mllchell, A. J.Dorherty.Geo'ge Pendleton, JJ. O. Richardson, Cbas. B. Peet s Co., EdmocU P. Brown, Joseph Mulahey, John Y. Kirtli and A. It. Crane, are each and ail uon-reeldentsof the State of Tennessee; It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master, Thattheymakethelr appearan ce here in, at tbe courthouse of Shelby county, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In February, J875, and plead, awswer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will ba taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of thla order ba published once a week, for lour successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This December 20, 1871. A copy Attest: M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Crabtree Belcher, D. C. and M. Kites & Ellett, sols, for corjapl t. dec3l CTRll SWSrWK!' w.iaitMu it. j. nournoy, ueceaseo, emoracing tho S E IZ S IS sec 12, T 7 S, R 1 E, 40 acres; N E V tee 19, TTh.Bl E, 160 acres ; 8 )A sec Si, T7 S, R 1 E, 320 acres; S S W sec 31, 'i"7 S, R 1 E, kll or)K.ti U 1 t-cnIU T7 W TP U Wlnnmn.,. U r -OF 00LL1EEVILLE HOTEL ON Satuday the 6th day of Febrnary, 175, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. I wBi sell to tbe blghet bidder, for cash, in front of Turner's hotel building, ColllerviiK Shelby county, Tennessee, the following real estate: One lot of land In Colllervllle, Ten nessee, known as lot No. 9, on the east side of Public square, better known as the Turner hotel building, and described as follows: Be ginning at.thetottthwest corner of lot No. 9, 60 feet from the center of tbe Memphl and Cuarleston railroad; running thence north with the east boundary ef Main street in said town, 38 feet to a stake; thence cast 100 feel to a stake; thence south to within 50 feet ot the center of said railroad; thence norm ol west parallel with said road to tho place oi beginning. This sale Is made by virtue ol a trust deed executed by J. N. Tumor to secure Jesse Applewhite in certain indebtedness therein named. The deed is record fkl in tbe Resistor's office of Shelby county, Tennessee in book No. 97, page 452. Equity of redemption waived; tltlo sup posed to be gcod, but 1 sell only as trustee. Jan3 JOE. REVELL, Trustee. CHANCERY SALE OF ' On Saturday, Febrnary 13, 1S75. No. 10SS. In the Second Chancery Couit of Shelby county, Tennessee. John Overton vs AjJ. Knapp. BY virtue of an order of sale made In this cause, December 28, 1871, 1 will sell at pub lic auction to the highest bidder, in front of the Shelby countv Courthouse, corner Main and Poplar streets, In tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, Febrnary 13, 1875, it 1 1 li I Iml 1. m. ,,a ! T . I -I 11 1 . i Lf in . 11 Ij .111111 11 -"o 11 1. VI 1 1 ll'l real estate, to-wlt: Situate, lying and being in tho city of Memphis, county ot Shelby and State of Tennessee, described as follows: Lot No. 6, Overton sub-dlvlslon of Chelsea proper ty, fronting fifty-eight feet six inches ou Big creek road, and runs back between parallel lines one hundred and fifty feet to an alley, together with the Improvements thereon. Terms of sale On a credit of seven and twelve months, purchaser execntlng notes bearing six per cent, interest from date: lien retained. Equity of redemption barred. luia jyuuary v. ioio. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By George Mallerv, D. C. and M. Cuas. Bullock, sol. for complainant. jnl2 Trustee's Bale. BV virtue of a deed of trust, executed to me April 7. 1874. and registered in the Regis ter's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, on the Htli day of April. 1874. in book No. 100. paee 481, for the purpose of securing certain In debtedness therein mentioned, 1 will, on Satnrday, Febrnary 13, 1875, within legal hours, sell the property herein described for cash, at public outcry, to the highest bidder, lu front of courthouse do r, Memphis, tue ionowing reui estate, to-wit: A tract of land containing six (61 acres: said six acres have a lront of eight (8) chains tea (10) links on Central avenue by a depth of seven (7) chains forty-one (11) links, accord ing to a sub-division male by M. A.Kerr, surveyor, June 26, I860, and filed In tbe ir,t Chancery Court sheJby county. In the case of R. W. Price vs. O. B. Parker et als.. rule docket 765; said six acres were bought at a sale made by the Clerk and Master in said chancery cause on the 1st day of March, 1870. by O. B. Parker for Martha M.Parker, and the same is part of a twenty-two (22) acre lot bought by O. B. Parker and wife of J. C. Terry by deed of record in Register's office Shelby county, oook i'j, pan pages an, etc. Equity of redemption Is waived and 'he title supposed to be perfect, but I will sell and convey only trustee. j. it. lAiwu, irnstee. C. W. Metcalf .Knnwv. lanlO CHANCERY SALE OF On Tuesday, February 2, 1875. No. ?C9 In the Second Chancery Court ot Shelby county, Tennesee J. C. McDade, et al vs J. A. Anderson, et al. BY virtue of an order of solo made in the above cause, on the 23d of November. 1874. 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Shelby countv Court house, corner Main and Poplar streets, in tne city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Tuesday, February 2,1875, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: Situate, lying and being in the city of Memphis, county ol Sheibysi State or '1 enncssee, to-wit : Slore par'1Jlarly described as follows to-wit: T east one- bair (IK) or that certain to-n lot in souui u..su. i. m oil mo north side of Vance street, east of the bayou, known as theM.Gxb bert lot orproperty, and being part of lot No. 4, in block No. 43, on the plan of south Mem phis: said east half fronting on Vance street about forty-seven feet nine '.ncbes, and run ning back between parallel lines two hundred feet. Also, a certain other lot, being the same cunveyed by J. K. Taylorand wife to Maria G. Duncan, by deed dated November 21. isft,. situated, lytug and being in tbeclty of Mem phis, county of -"helby and Stale of Tennes see, and more particularly described and uonnueu,asiouows: Beginning a', a point on the north side of Vance street twj hundred and seventy-seven (277) feet east of the north east corner of Vance and St M art' n streets, running menco norm one nunureu ana eight (108) feet: tbence east twenty (20) feetmore or less to the center of Bavou Gav'oso: thence southwardly with the meandertngs of said bayou to the north side of Vance street; thence west with the north line of Vance street twenty (20) feet moro or less to the be ginning. Terms of Kale On a credit of seven and twelve months, purchaser executing notes with good security; Ben retained. Equity ol redemption barred. This January 9, 1S75. M. D. L. STEWART, Cleric and Master. By George Mallery, Deputy O. and M. Hanson and Estes and Turicy. sols, for com plainants. janl2 Non-Kesident Notice. No. 1793 -In the First Chancery Court of Shel- py county, xennessee. Mary a. uraaervs Geo. W. Grader. It anre&rlner from affidavit In this rmisA that the defendant,' Geo. W. Grader is a citi zen of Massachusetts, and a non-resident of the State of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered, that ho make his appearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before tho first Monday In March, 1875, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same win ooiaaenior confessed as to mm anu set or hearing exparte. and that a coov of this order be published once a week, for four suc cessive weeks, In the Memphis Appeal. xnis uui uay oi January, ltsia. A copy attest : EDMUND A.COLE, Clerk aud Master. By IL J. Black, Deputy C. & M. T. W. Brown, sol. for complainant. Trustee gale. IWILL sell at public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, MemphLs, ou Saturday, February 8, 1875, between 12 o'clock coon and 1 o'clock p.m.. lot 2 in N. M. Trezevant's subdivision, con taining 13 Oo-lOO acres, conveyed to me by B. Brown's deed iM trust recorded August 4. 1868, book 67, page 308, etc. Redemption waived and title perfect, though l convey only as trustee. JOHN P. TREZEVANT, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed ot trust made to me as trustee iy K. Ji. Koen and J. M. Gilbert, jr., dated November 2, ksVQ. which is leoorded in tho Register's office oi Shelby county, Ten nessee, in book No. 73, pages 503, etc , and being requesteJ by the beuetlclary therein to execute said trust, x will, on tv.dupsiiny Jnunnrj (I, 1S75, between 10 o'clock aan. and 2 o'clock pan., at the southern gate oi Court Square, Memphis, Tennessee, sell foi cash, at public outcry, the property conveyed to me by said trust deed, described as follows, to-wit: A tract of land lying in Shelby coun ty, Tennessee, about four miles cast from the city ot Memphis, and bounded as follows, to il it: Beginning at a stake on the south line oi Park avenue eleven chains east of Trtzevant avenue, and running thence east along the southern line of Park avenue twelve 67-10t (12 57-100) chains to a stake; thence south and parallel with Trezevaut avenue eighteen 76-10i chains to a stake on thonorUern boundary ol Deaderick avenue; thence west, a.ong the northern boundary of Deaderick avenne. twelve 57-100 chains to a stake; thence north and parallel with Trezevanl avenuo eightten 76- do chains to the beginning, containing by survey 23 58-100 acres. Equity of redemption waived. Title be lleved to bo good, but 1 will sell and convey only as trustee. The above sale is postponed by consent of all parties to the 25th Instant, lanuary 5, 1875. dec3 W. P. DKVDKRICK. Trustee. KOTICE IX BASBIHJPIIT. In the DLstrict Court or the United States for the District of West Tennessee -In tbe mat ter of George M. Dngan, Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy. a UIE undersigned hereby gives notice or his . appointment as Assignee of George M. Du can, ol the county or Hardeman and State of Tennessee. L. M. CARRINOfON, Assignee. Memphis. January 4, 1875. Jan5 Trustee's Sale or Collierville Hotel. ON Saturday the 6th day of Febrnary, 1S75, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, In lront of Turner's hotel building, Collierville, Shelby county, 'lennessee, the following real estate: Lot No. 9 on the east side of Public cquare, Collierville, Tennessee, known as the Turner hotel Iot,descrlbed as follows: Begin ning at tbe southwest corner of lot No. 9, 50 feet fiom tbe center of the Memphis and Charleston railroad; running thence north with tbe east side of Public square 38 feet lo a stake; thence cast 100 feet to a stake; thence south to within 50 feet of the center of said railroad: thence north of west parallel with said road to the place of beginning. This sale is made by virtue of a trust deed executed by J. N. Turner, to secure W. C Jlnkins, sr. in certain indebtedness therein named. Tho deed is recorded in tbe Register's office or Shelby county, Tennessee, in book No. 93, page 31. Equity of redemption waived; title sup posed to be good, but 1 sell only as trustee. jan5 JOHN If. MITAJHELL, Trustee. PRIVATE edical Dispearv, i afo. 17 JeilV?iM9ii Streei, Between M1d and Front Row, MEKFHIB, TENN. KUbUbed In I860. OR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all w. Uen InUretd,a bv far the mo-t sueee fnl Physician In tbe treatment of private or secret disutaeH. Quick, thorough and perma nent cure guaranteed In ever caw, mnht or female. Recent case of Gonorrhea auu. Syph ilis is caret In a few days, wlihoatthettee nieri ury, change of diet, or hindrance fro-m business. Secondary Syphilis the at vestige eradicated without tbe use cf mercury, in voluntary loss of semen slopped in a hort time. Sufferers from Impotency or iom of sexual power restored tn free vlor in a fw weeks. Victims of self-abu- and exeenatve veiifry, suffering from spermatorrhea aad loHHot physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Caueers and ed eorM cured In a short time. Particular attention paid to the Disease oi Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Dieasw cured by mw remedies. All consultations strictly eomiileattol. I IMedlclnes sent by express to all parts t4 the country. Office hours from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. S attars from 3 to 5 p.m. apgdAw D.S.JOHNSON.M.D. CKAKCE&Y SALE -OF- ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1S75. ; No. 3888, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee-Fisher, Arab Ca, and Frank O.Tobin, consolidated, vs. Mary Malono et al. ' BY virtue of an order of sale entered in tbe above cause, on November 9, 1874, 1 will sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder, In front ol the county courthouse, cornerof Poplar and Main streets, city or Memphis. Tennessee, ou Saturday, January 23, 1875,3 'j8 within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wlt : First -Part of lot No. 49, plan of the cltyo! Memphis, beginning at the Intersection of the south side of Jackson street with the west side of Center nlley; thence west with the south s'.de of Jackson street forty-nine feet six inches 49 feet); tbence scum fifty feet; thence east forty-nine feet six inches (49J4 f est I to the west side of Center alley ; thence north with tho west side of said fifty feet to the be ginning. Second-Also, another lot In Chelsea, Shelby county, Tennessee, beginning at the northwest corner of Greenlaw aud Second streets, thence weft with the north line or Greenlaw street one hundred and forty-eight and one naif 118X1 feet to an alley; tbence north wlia s.i 1 alley thirty -seven leet one andone-hal: inches l.7 feet 1 inches; t'luiico east oue hundred and fony-elght and one-half IlsKl reel ; thence south with Mecond street thlrty-sev-. feet one and one-half Inches f37 feet lii incho- to the beginning, being the oath nalc f lot 32 Greenlaw addition to the city of Memphis. Third Also, another lot-an undivided one half Interest -in lot described as follows: He glnniug at the south side of uayoso street two hundred aud nineteen and one-hlf 219S41 feet west of the west line of Wellington street; thence west with the south side of Gayoso street fifty 50 feet to the lot owned byiue heirs of John A. Nooe, deceased ; thence south with their Hue seven.y-slx f76j leet to the lino bttween the Rice and Ramsey grants; thenea east with said line to the lot belonging to the heirs of B. Graham, deceased; thence with their line north sixty-five ftet to the begin ningsame lot sold by B. Graham to John Larkin and Thomas Malone. Terms or Sale-On a credit of reven and twelvo months, purchaser executing noted with approved security; lien retained. Equity of redemption barred. December 21. 1874. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master Qfrrusi Bale. UNDER and by virtue of the provisions ot a certain deed of trnst made to me, K. M. Mason, as trustees, on the li.h day of Augasl A. U 1872, by V. S. Mcliee and Anu W. McGee, his wife, which is recorded la the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, lu book No. 86. page 5S5, etc, rnado to secure certain indebtedness therein specified, of which is a note of the Raid n&ers, rtue 1st and 4th of January. 1S. Ior 38, with eight per cent inter-" from said I4th August, 1S;2, and which " now the property of Mary L. Btecber, -aminlstratrlx of Ed. A. Beecher, decpo'-cu, but providing that all or said In debtedness shall become payable in case of tlie non-payment or any of the notes specified in said trust deed and said note due 1st and 4th of January, 1875, not ha ing been paid at maturity, now at the request or tho bene ficiaries under said deed of trust, and under and by virtue of the provisions and condi tions thereof, I will as trustee, proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder, icr cash, on Jlonday the 8th day of February, 1875, within legal hours, In front of the new Court house, on the northwest corner ot Main and Poplar streets, Memphis, Tennessee, the fol lowing property : A tract of land In the coun ty of Shelby, on the waters of Big creek,m the 11th surveyors and 4th civil district, and bounded as lollows: Beginning at a largo whitec'k marked M. P, in the north lino ot McBride's tra.-t; thence north 101 chains, 27 links to a stake in Garner's road ; thence south 10 east 27 links to a sweetgum marked N : thence west 76 chains, 50 links to a beech marked G. B.; thence west 21 links to a beech marked O; thence south 105 chains to ansali marked as a comer: thence east 77 chains. 5u links to the beginning, containing 80505-100 acres more or less ard being same property conveyed to me by said deed of trust before recited. According to said deed of trust said sale w 11 be made for all of the balance due on the whole indebtedness secured by said trust deed. The equity of redemption is expressly waived and the title is considered good, butl sell and convey only as trustee. R. M. MASON, Trustee. E. L. Belcher, attr rney. anfa' OF On Saturday, Jannarj 30, 1875, No. 1212-Second 'Tiancery Court of 8helby county, Tefln. Thos. Keeiy et aL vs. Mary Foley et al. B x vinno of an order of sale made in thla nim.n T.i .. n . tt-5 T ...tt - lie auction, to the highest Mdder.in front of the Shelby county courthcuse, corner Main and Poplar streets, Memphis. Tenn., on Saturday, January 30, 1875, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit : A certain lot or parcel of Ian t situate, lying and being in the city of Memphis, Shelby county, and State of TeuLi.see, beln? tho southwest quartercf south part or lot aw, an,i known and designated on the plan ot ald city, and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at southwest corner of said lot 387, at the in tersection of Third alley and the alley that lies between Jackson street and Overton street, and running parallel with them: thence northwardly along Third alley thlrty so ven feet one Inch and a hair; tnenee east wards and parallel with Overton street seventy-lour feet three Inches to a point; thence southwardly and parallel with Third street thirty-seven fett oue inch and a half to tbe alley that Is situate between Jackson street and Overton street, and along said alley westwardly seventy-lour feet three lncnea to the beginning, being the same property men tioned In the bill, and fu 1 set out in a dted from Sauiuel Tigho to John Foley, ot date Febrnaiy 7, 1859. . This January 8, 1875. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. MaUcry, D. C. and M. Patterson a Low, sols, for com pi' tw. ja m NOTICE. BY virtue of and In accordance to the pro visions of a deed of trust executed to u as trustee by C. S. Severson, on tho Kih day ol January, 1870, to secure tbe payment cer tain notes in said deed of trust mentioned and described, and the interest thereon, payable to Malcolm McNeill, and said notes not hav ing been paid at maturity or since, but two oi said notes still remain due ana unpaid, aud by the direction of Malco.m McNelU, ttw beneficiary in said deed of trust, 1 will, as trustee, On the 181b day ef February, 1875, between the hours of 11 and 12 o'ci .etc, to iroiitof the Chancery Courtroom, In the city of Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, tne following described tractor tracts ot land, situated partly In Coahoma county, Mississippi, and partly In Bj.lvar county Mississippi, to-wlt: AH of fractional sectloa seven, except one hundred and rive acre on of tho east portion of said section given to Thos. Henry McNeill anu deeded to X. IL McNeill; all of section eUhieeo, ezeept thirty-five acres in the northwest corner o: tbe nort eas- quarter given to paid T.U. Jie Nelll and deeded to said T. H. McNeill. faW reservations or exceptions Is that p'rtto west ot the section line between see toua seven and eight and sections seventeen ami eighteen, and east of tbe bayou that runs north and south through sa d sections sevea and eighteen. Also, section nineteen; also, nlnety-flvo and one-half acres, a partoi the s ju keast quarter and a small portion n the extreme southwest corner of the southeast quarter of section seventeen; section twenty the east half of section twenty-nine; tlK north half and east half of tbe southeaat quarter of section twenty-eight; the west nail ol the northwest quarter of seetlon twenty seven; the west half of the southwest qu-rter of section twenty-two-aU of said lan.t belns In township twntr-slx and range six wet. ALso, lots numbered one, s.x, seven, ta aaJ eleven, in township twenty-six, of range seven west, the above described lapds lwiu on tbe Mississippi river and known as the " Lake Cnarleti Plantation." slttufed partly la Coahoma and partly in Bolivar aunty. Ml, slslppl. Bald deed of trust ts July reoerded in the Register's office id Counoraa and Boli var counties, and Stat of Mississippi. TSi title to tbe above described real estate m be lieved to be undoubtedly good, but I will sell and convey only an trustee Ja9 j.p.OARUTHERS, rustee.