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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- - THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1875.
RAILROAD TIME-TABLES. MEMFUU AND LOUISVILLE. xssivks: Mall, dally (except Sunday). 6t 1:40 a.m. E r-, dully, at 1:15 pjn. Brownsville Ac commodation, dally (except Monday). at VSW a.m. OKPABTBt KirrML dallv C-xrenl Sunday). 3:S) a.m Man. dally, at 15 p.m. Browu-tlll Accom modation (,zepl ennday) at 4 U5 pjn. M-i i- hMulaf Main street. T -k-offlce. No. 3t Main utreel, comer of H sllsnn MI-5.11SS1PP AIT.. TKNNK8SKE arrives: cw jr!eni Mall (everyday), l 8:05 pjn. H , r:-v daily Sunday excepted), Ht:t5mn. t'rf ' i n i accommodation, dally (Sunday IX xpiod aloCS p.m. dx pasts : Sp wrieami Ma.l teveryday), at J p.au EXFri?, dally tisunaaysexoepieoj, at tan pan. rio e and accommodation, dally (hunday r-p;edi,al6:Wajn. ivr i at totil of Main street. Tlcket-oQce, No. ' HjA (treet comer of UaJlaou ML.MPHIB AND CILAKLEBTON. nrr-jou: K,-, '.very day), at 1230 m. Expnsai 3 i (except Saturday) at7 pjn. Bomervllle 25 -sluiloo. dally (except (Sunday) at 4 30 p.m. Grand Junction accommodation at 8 p.ui. xjirivxs: -;a" .etcry sayat ll:'0ajn. Expresa, dally i ex ep hunday at 1231 a.m. bomervllle me et -j it. idat'ou. dally (except Hunday) at 3:40 un. Grand Junction accomii-oaauon, uaiiy (exaeplHunlaj) at aas .m. i.ttti ou.ee, u. 1$ Main atreet. MKMFHL1 AND LITTLE BOCJC aKKiVEa: H an (every day), at 1 ojn. FrolfiM and Accommodation at 3U p.m. nZPARTfl! n a:i 'every day), at 2 25 turn. Freight and Accmtuodauoti ato aun. ':rplDC-car on mall train. Depot Centex Landing, foot of WaiUngton ktreet- T ket-ornem, No. 2X7 (earner Madlaoo) sd So, Z7K Main street. PADUCAH AND MEMPHIS. arrives: Mall and Freight, at 10 ajn. DxrAJrra: Mall and Freight, at 3 pan. The mi:l and ireigbl train leaven Covington for Memphis at" a.m. and returns to Coving tot a) Taop-rn. Trn u eavlng Memphis will start from FINANCE AND TRADE. Monetary information was not to be drawn from our banks yesterday; not a freeh "wrinkle" has broken out any where. Financial reports in all parte of the country are brief and empty, except &9 relates to Bales of bonds, stocks, and mares, toward which the attention of cap talisU is turning in an increasing degree. The St. Louis Republican, re p itts a healthy feeling there, and says; The prospects for a large Increase of baslntes lu the near future are flatter ing. The supply of loanable funds held by financial banking institutions con tinues slowly to increase under the light demand for accommodations, and good pap-r is scarce and in demand. Rites of ilUcount remain unchanged, and va ries from 7 to 10 percent, per annum " The Chicago Tribune reports: "The easa in the dircoUut market has been made more apparent than be fore. Bank loans have been made as low as 6 per cent, on call, and the same rate is made on the street. The conse qaeuca Is that the discount market ap pears to be neariug 'he state oi the rent mtrket borrowets, like tenant, have terms a good deal their own way." The Cincinnati Enquirer says: "Applica tions for discounts here are only moder ate, aud the banks, having ample means, met them freely at the customary rales of "feB per cent, while in the open market there was only a Bmall amount of prime busluess paper offered, and it was readily negotiated at 7 per cent." Reports from Loudon indicate that money is hardening there, with pros pects that it vrtll be still dearer In con sequence of an uneasy feeling with reference to Continental political com plica ions. At our banks applications for money are active, and the prospect Is certain of an Intense closeness of mniey in a while. Exchange is in in ;:l rat- supply at the usual rates, par on N-w York and premium selling; di-count on New Oileaus and par Helling. Gold was 1 15 In New York at noon. Brokers here paid 1 24 There was no movement In local securities; quotations unchanged. The cotton market recovered m some degree from the "horse, foot and dragons' rout of Tuesday; prices were sustained and the feeling was stronger. Oilers brlow the quoted rates were re fused There was a good inquiry for fine 0 Jttous.wliich were not over plentiful on the tables, and they were held atifl. The telegrams had a bett'-r look about them, which encouraged holders, so much so that sales of about 300 bales were de clined because the offering was below the quotation at the cotton exchange. New YorK quoted steady at 16Jc, salts of spots 2U66 bales, of futures 10 400 bales. New Orleans was Arm, with a good demand at J5j; sales, 2000 bales; receipts, 472 bales. Liverpool was steady at". I: Orleans, 8Jd; sales 12 000 bales, 01 whi h 65CHi wa American. Savan nah, 15o; Mobile, 15Jc; Charleston, lojc; Galveston, 16c; Augusta, 15Jc; Wilmington, 163; Norfolk, 15Jc; Balti-m-re, lot's ; Boston, 16J. The following are the official quotations of ttie cotton excuange: Irrlinarv -.13 -a .14 liocd ordinary. Low miaanng.. Middling... lSal&X Hood middling latO The market wai steadier; sales, 400 bales, of which spinners took 200, ex porter 150, and epecu'atore 60 bales. The United &tate Economist says of cotton: "The reportsof the growingcot tou crop as gleaued from our exchanges in all paru of the south, show that tbe new crop is now in a favoiable condi tl m, and promises well. The crop, however, is ubiut a week or ten days behind the ueual progress at this season of the year, owing to the cold wealher. Mo9t important interests depand on a large CJltou crop lh the south this year. The demands of the world for consump tion begin to fall short of the supply. The condition of the American cotton mtrket wouid be much more salisiacto ry If it were not for the reduced con sumption in England owing to the re dufiin of the hours of labor and the dui niiss of trade. If England were to compete in American markets for her usual supply of co ton, it is evident that there WMuId bo a considerable advance in present prices But the diminished consumption io Eueland is counterbal anced bv a largely increased consump tion in France ami on the continent. According t the most reliable statistics there is a deficiency of eishty thousand bsles in the total stock of cotton In Eu rope as compared with the same period Ia-ayear." The fol owing were the changes In New York fu'uies: MONTHS. t'V&XED. i CLOSKll. May 5 lo-lSal6 June ... - 1 8 -- Jq,j 18 3 16'alH Aug-J..t SiI67-IS hep emoei no-ibglsjj Or o'j-t . liol3 6 Novemoer iSnlall 16 Deoe-nbor Vrs,'s 5 11-16 Januaiy . .jL4-16-5; Keoruary n.61 1 Marli . - 16iSl66-10 16 3-3 ia , 163-3. MSH 6B-32Q ltJ5 3 ylW '.K mo 9 32 ,aa-S15U 15 l22ol5h' iMit 13 11-10 15 i 3. 16 1-16V6V; 1611-SQloH Receipts at the United States seaports since last Friday, 13,091; s&me time hat w-cfe. 17,436; same time last year, 10, 024 baits. Total receipts at the ports 3 S40.652; at the same time lfst year, 3,395,663; de crease this year, 255 011 bales. Stock at tbe ports 13.991; same time la-t week, 17,436; same time last year, 232 412 bales. COTTON STATEMENT. Btoclt.Beptcmberl.lS74 Wat Kecctved elnce laat statement 13 Received previously SlCfiSl 31B.7CO 9U.pped since last statement gapped previously t tock at noon this day.. zxroBTS. Thus far this wees; m Thu far axt wwlt-. 121 321.531 23.'sa5 sas,Mi 23A-i . 763 - 1,050 1.M3 Slfi.7) - HO 22 11 8 18 ThDi. fiLr i&.st vear. Hlnce Hepteai oer l...- Memphis and Charleston railroad Mlw.sMpPl and Tennetee railroad L i N O. H. It. It . B:came .. Ktllmaled perwagont.. EXPOKTt. Thn far this wwK, ... Thn far last weelc... ;n Heptmoerl t & y a. rt- K htaraars ntr h ... - . - a.84t . 2,54 S6 TSr GZKXBAX MABXST 7MtBTfly itm dull; tkr wsxt no rirtr vrriTals and the demand was quiet; thu freight advance from Ht. Louis has given an uj wnnl turn to sereral arlloles i.i tbe nto- dace and feed lines. Corn was held by most who had it for higher prices, a lit tle sola at boc: better rates lu tot. ixmis, Chicago aud New Orleans have strenetheLr-1 U -H-m- Oatt are very quiet, 73o waa f : some Ohio; other articles of feed were stagnant. Crr' meal comes under the same remarks we have made of corn, the holding was for $3 80, but where eales were made they were at 3 75. Bt lyiuis pipers ol '1 ues dav auote it at S3 60(2-1 70 as bt-fore. with no country meal offerlug. Fiour did not advance In ratio with tbe ad vances in therkut marketp, owing to the large stock there was in tne city; it Is now Arm, however, at better prices, al though the St. Louis Tuesday's papers report "Hour Uull auc flat, the tetter grades lower to sell." Ihtaloea are very dull but some choice peachbIowt4 sold at 3 delivered from store. New vegttablea, pineap ples and similar luxuries arc becoming more common, tuey are mostly dis posed of by retail however; a few bar rels of pineapples said at $22 25 Egg were less strong anu large presages could be bad as low as 14c. Chickens were very dull and weak, with no spring otierlng. provision were nrm aLd un changed, witb a fair busluss) doing, es pecially in bacon Quotations are for round lots, unless otherwise expressed; for feed and pro- duce,levee rates. For small purchases rales are proportionately higher. APPLES Per bbl., $34 50 lu store. Building Material Lime, by car load, $1 10; in bulk, $1; in store, $1 15. Ro&ed&le cement, 2 40; Louisville ce ment, J2 262 30; fire brick, $35 per 100. Brick per 1000, $S10. Butter Offering in store at 122Sc; choice, 30c. Bran Last pales at 23, In store, $25. Coal On-Per gallon, 1920c. Cheese Factory, 14g16c. Cotton iarnb No. 400, 16c; No. 600, 14c; No. 600, 12c; No. 700, 10c. Cotton Seed Cotton-seed oil, crude, 42c; cotton-seed meal, $25. CORN Sales uf 20ii sacks at 86c, gen erally held higher. Cornmeal Firm at $3 75, some hol ders out of the market for $3 SO. Eaos Quiet at 14, 14 and 15c. Floor Per bbl., J0(a$. Groceries Hard refined -white su gars, Uj(ai2c; soft refined, yellow and white, 1'm(S)11c; clarified yellow, now, 9j10c; open kettle, 8J5J9C; choice white, new, 10Jllc. Molassea and syrups, per gallon, in barrels. 5075c, as in quality. Tea, as in qual ity. 50ca$l 10. Rice, 78c. Coffe-e Rio, per pound, inferior to fancy. 19 23Ac.Salt,perbarrel,domestic,Sl 80. Soap German, per pound,- 66c. Can dles, 17o. Snuff 6-ounco bot tles, per dozen, $15 7516; 2-ounce bot tles, $10 50(fill 60; tins, 1-ounce, $4 50. Soda, 5i(a5Jc, in kegs;ia boxes, 6J6e. Starch, 5t5Jc. hay Prairie, siaraiL-o; mixed, S22 60 (5)23 60; timothy. $26. In store prime, $i5; tlniotuy, i7. Hides, istc. rlint, J6c: dry salted. 12 13o; green salted, 7Sc; greeB, 6c; un ouud bides, 33 per cent lower. Deer skins, dry, 2530c. Sheep skins, 25c $1 60. Wool, as In quality, 1620c. Tallow, 7(58c. Beeswax. 2526c. L.IVE dTOCK Horses cuddle, Slofa) 200; driving, $125150; plug, $65(90; miicu cows. yio. Mules 14(a)14i hands, SI00115; 14i(5) 15 hands, $120135; 15fel6 hands, $135 165. Cattle iventucKy corn red, bfaiTc gross; Arkansas and Texas, 35c;poor qualities, 22c; milch cows, $2550. bheep nmall supply, 0Q57C Hogs, 7(a8c. Lemons and Oranges Lemons, per box, $5 506. Oranges, $46. Nails in store, $3 35 rates, cash; on orders, $3 60. Oats la store, 7677o. Sales of 85 sacks Ohio at 73c. Provisions Bacon Shoulders, 9c; rib sides. 131c; clear aides, 135c. Hams, plain, 12o; sugar-cured, Mucanvased, 14c; canvased, 14W144C, all packed; loose, Jc less. Bulk pork Shoulders, yjc; rib sides, 12o: clear sides, 12ic, for packed, loose ilc lees. Liaru- - tierce, iot(a)ibc; keg ana pail. 16i16c for reflried. iireaEiast nacon, 1oS(oJ14c; mess rrorii. $23 2523 60. Powder and bhot Powder per keg, $5 75; halves, $3 13; quarters, $169. hnt lrri nr tmnlr 9 9A hnolr 4:9 F4 Lead, per pound, 89c. foTATOES Kussets and peacn blows, $2 752 &0; New York, $1 25 per bushel. Bale or 50 ubls choice peaon blows, delivered from store, at $3. Peanuts Per pound, 7Jc. Paints and Oil White lead, 10 11c; linseed oil, 87c; boiled, 92c; turpen tine, 45o. Poultry Chickens, $3 50(0)4 25; dull and weak. Stock Peas. Per bushel, $1 752. 5 60; onions, $5(6 per barrel; cab bages, $iz -v per iuu. SUNy MARKK1S. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, May 12. Rentes, 63f. 95c. NEW ORLEANS. May 12 Gold, 116; sight, premium; sterling, 564. LONDON, May 12. The amount of bullion gone into the bank on bal ance to-day, 265.000 Consols for money, 94i94; on account, 94J94J; 10-40s, 103J; new 5s, 102J; New York Central, 92; Erie, 24(324i; do. pre ferred, 34. NEW YORK, May 12. Money easy at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile pa per 45 percent. Sterling weak, 487 for sixty days anil 490 for sight. Cus tom receipts, $292,000. Guld opened heavy at 115J115 and closed firmer, the price ratling 13 1-64 The awistant-treasurer disbursed $283,000. Clearings, $26,000,000. Government bonds steady; coupons of 1881, 123; 1862, 116; 1864.117; 1865,119; lS65,new, 121; 1867, 1235; 1688, 123J; new fives, 116; 10-408, 117; currency 6s, 123J. State bonds quiet; Missouri 6s, 102; old Tennessee, 71: new Tenne see, 71; new Virginia, 34; old Virginia. 34; old North Caro lina, 21; new North Carolina, 11. The stocs market opened firm, with an improvement in some cases of 1 to per cent, as compared witb the closing quo tations of yesterday. The leading fea ture was Pacific Mall, which opened at 42, fell off to 42. rose to 43, and still later reacted to 42. Erie fluctuated fre quently between 27j aud 28 At the second call the market wa3 steady, with the exception of Wabah. which was weak at 1 1 g In the afternoon there w8 considerable excitement on 'change aod some wide fluctuations. It was an n mncel that tbe contract between tbe Panama and Pacific Mall companies, which was expected to have been signed to-day, did not receive the signatures of the tinkers of tbo different corporations. Oj this Panama dropped suddenly from 154 to 144 and Pacific Mail from 43 to 41, with final dealings at 144 for the former and 41 for the latter. There were a great many stories afloat, but at the close of business an impression pre vailed that the Impediments would be amicably removed. Erie was leu active, and ranged between 28 and There is still con- nderabU mystery surrounding the Erie speculation, but to-day the reoeut decline was partially explained by the report that negotiations were on foot to sell tbe coal lands of the company, ons of Us main resources of revenue, to a coal combination, fot tbe purpose of raising money to meet the interest maturing in June These negotiations caused considerable Indlgiatlon among the stockholders, and It is said Jewett opposes any euch sale. Wabash was weak, and declined from 12 to 11 and recovering to 11 at close. The decline on this stock was based on rumors from Toledo that the stockholders' meeting there, to-day, didn't result in any prac tical measure to relieve the fluaucial embarrassment of the road. The market closed active and foverlsh for ; Wabash, and steady for the remainder of the list, recovering from the lowest point of to-day. Transactions, 173,000 hares, of which 63.000 were f-aclflo ; Mail. 16.000 Western Union, J3.000 ! Irle, 130,000 Lafco Shore, 11,000 Wabuh and 6,000 Union Paoiflo. Canton, 66 Wait era Union Telegraph, 78; QuloktllTur, 16: Adams exprem company, 102; Wells Fargo's ex- i press compary, 91; American exifre-i-j company, 4; Unlu.--' -': "-Xpres: company, 61$; Pacltlo MaU, 41; New Yorfe Central, 105; Kris, 27 ; Jins preferred, 38; Harlem, 185; Harlem pre ferred, 134; Michigan Central. 71; Pitta burg and Fort Wayne. 92; Sort! -western, 41; North wi-trn preferrwi. 54 ; Rock Island. 104 J; New Juitty Central. 110; St. Paul, 36 : St Paul pre ferred. 6S; Wabash, 11; Wabewh prefd, 20: Fort Wayne, 98; Term Haut. 105; Terre Hsute, preferred. 124; Chicago aud Alton, 106; Chicago and Alton prefer-ad, 110; Ohio and Mississippi, 26: Cleveland, Colum bus and Cincinnati, 5S; Burlington and Qulncy. 114; Lake Hhore, 71; Chicago, Columbus aud Indiana Cen tral, 6; Illinois Central. 104; Uniou Pacific, 76; Central Pacific bonds, 102; Union Pacific bonds.ICO: Delaware and Lackawanna, 119; Atlantic and Pacific telegraph, 24 UOTl'O HARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. ST. LOUIS, May 12. Cotton quiet at 16jc. CINCINNATI, May 12. Cotton dull at 15j3. LOUISVILLE, May 12,-Cotton Is eteady at 15$3. LIVERPOOL, May 12, 12:30 p.m. Cotton etctady; middling uplauds, 7;d; Orleans, 88d; sales, 12,0u0 bales, 20O1 for speculation and export. July and August delivery from Savannah or Charleston, 1. m. c, 8J. 4 p.m. Sales of American cotton, 6500 bales. 6:30 p.m. Shipments from Savannah or Charleston, new crop, 1. m. c , 8d. NEW ORLEANS, May 12 11:30 a.m. Market quiet; middling, 15c; sales, 4C0 bales; receipts, 472 bales. 2 p m. Net receipts, 472 bales; gros, 472 bales; expirta to continent, 2371 bales; sales, 2000 bales; stock, 115,836 bales. 6 p.m. I'otton demand fair and prices firmer, with a geof-ral leaning to outside rates; eales, 37,000 bales; g.ii d ordinary to strict good ordinary, lilQ 145c; low middling o strict low mid dling, HJlSJc; middling to strict mid dling, 15(o)15jc; rood middling to mid dling fair, 15J16o; receipts, 472 bales; stock. 113,515 boles; unsold last even ing. 66,600 bales; on shipboard, 46,600 bales. NEW YORK, May 12, 10:15 a. m. Futures quiet and steady; May, 15 15-1616c; June, 16c; July, 103-16 16c; August, 16J16 7-16c: September. 16 3-1616c. 10:20 a.m. Cotton steady and uu- chunKed. 10:55 a.m Futures steady; January, 15 13 1615c; Ft-bruary, 1616 l-16c; March, 1616 516c; May, 16 15-16 16c; June, 1616 l-16c; July. 16 3 16 16c; August, 1616 7 16c; September, 16 3 1616c; October, 1515 13-16c; November, 1515 ll-16c; December, 1651511-16c. 1:10 p rr. Cotton quiet and Eteady: sales for export to-day, 500 bales; last evening, 216 bales; to spinners to day, 50 bales; last evening, 90 bales. VZVM p.m. I' inures linn; January, 16 13-1615c; February, 1616 1-lGc; Marob, 16 5-1616e; May. 1616 l-16c; June, 16 l-16c; July, 1616 5-16c; Au gust, IbS(o)lb 7 lo; Beptember, 16 3-16 16c; October, 15 13.1615Jc; November, 15 9-1615c; December, 15515 ll-16c. 2:10 t) m. Cotton tteadv and un changed; sales for expert, 1105 bales; to spinners, 655 bales. o p m. futures nniet ana steady; January, 15 25-32c; February, 16 1-16 16o; March, 16 ll-3216Jc; May, 15 3 32o; June, 16 3-3216c; July. 16 9-32c; August, 16 15 3216Jc; Sep tember, 1616 9-32c; October. 15 27-32 1 15c; November, 15 19-32c; December, I515 11-ibc; sales for ruturo delivery, I 28,200 bales. Net receipts, 245 bales; gross. 1170 bales; sales, 2063 bales; stock, 176,360 bales. Receipts of cotton for five days at all United States porta, 13.091 bales; ex ports to Gr6.it Britain, 7214 bales; to France, 3404 bales; to the continent, 2850 bales; stock, 442,216 bales. DRY GOODP. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, May 12 There wm an Improved feeling in the jobbing trade, but business 'with commission houses continued light. Cotton goods are in steady but moderate demand. The print market was unsettled and prices irregular. Freeman's Ught prints have been closed out at Cjc, and some style of Sprsgue's are reduced to 8c. Sprarfue's shirtings, 7c. Atlantic col ored alpacas sold low at auction to-day. Woolen goods move slowly. M 00L HAUKLT. BY TELEGRAPH. B03TON, May 12. Wool In fair de mand from manufacturers, who con tinue to buy as their necessititiea may require. Prices rule low and uusaiia factory for all fine wools, but medium grades sustain previous rates. A very lndinerent reeling exists on tne p&rt or manufacturers, and the future of the market is not encouraging. Ohio aud Pennsylvania floeces reuse frym 52c to 57c for treble extra and mfdium grades; Michigan fleeces, 4852ic; combing and delaine fleeces, 606Sc; pulled woJl is in demand at 42(r)45c: common and choice superfine extras not much In- I quired after. I - i PRODUCE MARKETS. ! BY TELEGRAPH. CINCINNATI, May 12. Flour Arm. Wheat eteady, $1 281 33 Corn steady, Swale. Oats nrm at 7072c. H-gas steady, 14o. Butter hfcavy. Cheose quiet. Pork dull and lower, $21 50 bid; aoEed. liani dull; steam, 151c: kst- tle, country, sold at 15c. Bulk meats dull, 8, ll12121c. Bacon stoady, 9, 12S13c. Whisky, $1 16. LOUISVrLLE.May 12. Fiour onlot; extra, $4 605; extra family, $5 50 6; A No. 1, $6 25 6 50; fancy, $6 75 7 75. Wheat quiet; red, $1 25. Corn steady at 7879c. Oats steady at 70o. Hay quiet at $24 Pro visions quiet. Pork, $i2 252250. Bulk meats, 8, 11.9012c. Bacon, 95. 12 90 13c. Sugarcured ham. 14a. Lard- good, l5Je; tierce, 1616c; kegs, 16c Whisky, $118. Bagging sales at 13 14c. CHICAGO, May 12. Floor firm. Wheat steady but lower; No 2, $1 01 spot. Corn Arm; No. 2,72ospot or My. Oats active and nlgber; JSo. 2, 63c spot or May Pork in fair demand and high er $21 65 spot, or $21 20 June. Lard in folr demand and higher, 15.35o bpjt. Whisky Arm and blguer at $1 18. But ter quiet but steady; prime to extra choice, 2530c; medium to good, 18 -Tic; poor to low grades, ll(2)ioo. iigg-i Arm, 1313c. ST. LOUIS. May 12 Flour holders Arm but buyers backward; superfine western, so li'foj5 U5; extra western. $5 255 60; double extra western, $5 50 5 75. Wheat excited and higher; No. 2 Chicago. $1 02 bid. Corn qulat; No. 2, 7273o, cash; Juno, 77o. Oats in active; No. 2, 0464o. Whisky none offering. Pork, $21 7522. Dry salt meats quiet at 8, 1212c. Bacon qulst; Jobbing and order lots, 99j, 12 13, and 1313o, Lard nominally 15c. NEW YORK, May 12. Flour In mod erate demand. Rye flour firm, $4 40 5 60. Cornmeal active; western, $44 4 45. Wheat lower; No. 2 Chicago, $1 181 19 Corn In moderate de mand; mixed western, S389o. Oats firmer; mixed western, 7677c Coffee heavy; Rlo,16l5o gold. Sugar quiet; refining, fair to good, 8S.-; prime, 8 9-108; reflnnl qu-et at 10llc. Molasses firm. Rice quiet but steady. Petroleum dull and heavy; refined, 12c; crude. 6c Pork Arm at $21 9o 22. Beef quiet. Cut meats steady; dry salted ahoulders,9c. Middles quiet; long clear, western, 12Jc; short clear, 12Jc. Lard Arm at 16c. Butter firm er; western, 1216c. Cheeas heavy at 814o. NEW ORLEANS, May 12. Flour In steady demand; fine, $4 76; supeifljo, $6 50; single extra, $5 75; doublb ex tra, $6: treble extra, $6 25 8 76; choice, 9T7 0. Corn flrcs; mixed yellow, 00j; white, 9033. Oats dnU, 7476c. Bran dull aad lower, 91 12? 16. J2ay dull; prime, $25; fctriet'v prime, S26. H.'k dull, i22 60'o,22 75 Dry sait meals no tnouiiiera uu bund; they are tailed for at c; clear fcldte. 1212jc. liACin etrouger,9J3)1313' Hams dull, 14c Lard dun; tierce, 1516o; t'. 16(ujloiu. Sugar In good demand; common, 80; fair to fully fair, 8J9c; prime 99jc. Aloiassee uull; common, 4060; fair, 6055c; prime to choice, 6570c. winsKy no aemanu but prices marked up under western ad vices; rectified. $1 201 22. Coflee firm 1819c. Cornmeal firmer, $3 90 (d3 94. i GtiiiONICLS. 1 aieteoroloKlnl rdI aquatic I Yccte(iy was rather of the spring I pereuasiou bright and pleasant, with :ne tempsraturo sngntiy lower man on previous days. The rivers are all de clining as far as heard from up to tho present writing, but later details are contained in the oSiclal table and our telegraphic correspondence appended: irriB v big. tiF.11. V.o. Army. 1 ...... 10 C.O l-t 1 1 Jl I ! 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Weather clear and cool. 3t. .L.OUIS, May 12. Weather clear and cool. River falling, with 21 feet 3 inches in the channel. Arrived: Coal Hill, Cairo. Departed: H. C. Yeager, New Orleans; Grand Tower, Memphis. Cairo, May 12, Noon. Weatherclear and warm. River falling, with 32 feet 2 inches in the channel. Arrived: City of Alton, New Orleans, 10 p.m ; Belle Memphis, Memphis, 4 a.m.; Chas. zdorgau, Cincinnati, 8 a.m.; Arlington, Cincinnati, noon. Departed: Atlantic, New Orleans, 9 p.m.; City of Alton, St. Loui?, 11 pin:; Belle Memphis, St. Lonls, 6 a.m Night Arrived: Capi tol City, St. Louis, 2 p.m.; Wild Duck, Pituburg, 4 p.m. Departed: Charles Morgan, New Orleans, 1pm.; Arling ton. Memphis, 1 p.m; Capitol City, Viekeburg, 2 pin.; Alice Brown, St. Louis, 8 p.m. Movement at (be Levee. There was a painful dearth of business on the levee ycoterday. The departing r.team'ors had iljht tripi, and the trans actions of those cominK in arejchronicled in the subjoined summary: arrived. The Phil Allln, from Friars Point, hud 8 bales cott'in, 123 sacks seed, and aiotof suudries Tne Julia passed up botore day-light, putting off one horse here. She added nothing The Frank Forrest had 5 bales cotton, 20 sacks saed, and sundries Tho Sam J. Hale and barges passed down in the afternoon The Mary Houston arrived at eleven o'clock last nigut. and put off a lot of fruit, potatoes, onions, etc, and passed up with a good passenger trip anu about three hundred tons for above.. ..The John A. Wood and ooal-tow passed down at the same hour The Illinois trot in late last night, as did also the City of Cheater. DEPARTED. Julia. St. Louis; Sam Hale, New Or leans; Phil Allln, Friars Point. in port. Onceola, Frank Forrest, Cons Millar, Illinois, City of Chester. BOATS LEAVING TO-DAY. For St. Louis The City of Chester, Captain Zslgler, at Ave p.m. For Vicksbuko The Capitol City, Captain O'Neal, at five p.m. For Cincinnati Tho Coub Millar, Captain Pepper, at Ave p.m. For New Orleans The Charlos Morgan, Captain Stein, nt twelve m. Levee Reflections. The delightful weather yesterday was enjoyed in marine circles The Cons Millar is on the hills for Cincinnati this evening. Sho is a new boat, elegantly furnished and equipped, and in com mand of experienced marines. Trav elers and shippers will take due notice and govern themselves accordingly The Arlington will bo In port from Cin cinnati this evening The Ash port is loading at Cincinnati for Arkansas river. Sho will come out in command of Captain Will 8. Kyle Says the Cluciuuatl Times of Monday: "It la reported that Mr. Nathan Wells has leased a Urge tract of laud in West Vir ginia, frouilug on the river, to a party of Pennsylvania capitalists, for twenty five years, who propose to erect tipples end "ice-breakers, for the purpose of loading coal into barges for transporta tion down tbe Onio. The location is about four hundred yards below the railroad bridge. Tuo above party have purchased thirteen hundred acres of coal land at Hanlon's station, on the Pitts burg, Cincinnati and St. Louis railway, and intend to transport their coal by rail to the river." The Kittle Hegler hvjt entered the picnic trado at Cincinnati The Hterarily Inclined of the river fraternity will And all the choicest brands of mental forage at Manaford's, corner of Second and Monroe streets. He Is In receipt of Bow Belles, which comes earlier than usual; also two very interesting novels en titled respectively "Alice Lorraine" and "Our Detachment." Tho Illinois will bs In port to-day receiving for her depijture to-morrow evening, affording accommodation to travelers and ship pers through to New Orleans by transfer to the big Natchez at Vicksburg Ellis Harris, formerly clerk of Memphis pack et', H associated with a mining com pany which has made a "big And" of copper in Missouri, ten miles from St. Genevieve. Tho oie yields fifty-two per cent, of the pure metal, aud a piece of sixty-eight pounds has been taken out. Ciptaln Ed. Nowland', who has been confined the past several days by Illness, was seen on tbe street yee'erday, and wo are glad to note Is rapidly convalescing. That hole ia the leve left by the removal of the machinery of the old waterworks, would make a good place to train fr. ga In. Can't some enterpris ing capitalist Invent in tbe scheme for a "i?pee." ' Probably the city fathers will receive bids for a.leaaa of that hole. It seems thtry are 'detesplnod not to fill it up, or do anything elso that whi benefit the marine Interests. - .8. M. Cheats, late clerk of tho Utah, died at the resi dence of his father in Peacham, Ver mont, on the twenty first of last month. The Anchor-liners leaving the ele vator this evening are the City of Chester for St. Louis, and tli Capital City for Vicksburg The Quickstep, from White river, will be in port to morrow, and receive for her return trip Saturday The repairs to the Legal Tender will be completed In time for her to resume her place in the Arkansas river trado Saturday evening, when she will leave for a through trip to L'ttlo Rock, to which point the l;n has been extended and will h routinued hen-e- forth Hopefield lake u daily sur- roundtd by amateur fishermen from tho blulls.eonie of whom, either the reeult of skill or traffic, return with huge strings of goggle-eyes, brim, and other species of the finny tribe The Charles Mor gan, alias Morgan Rattler, is on tho hoards for New Orleans at noon to-day. The Morgan has excellent passenger accommodations, and is officered by mariners of experience. (lipping. The Cincinnati Enquirer, of Tuesday, thus chronicles the death of Charles Bod mann, Esq., well known in river circles, and for whom tho ill-fated steamer Charles Bodmaun was named: "Charles Bodmann, Ecq , proprietor of one of tho leading tobacco warehouses in this city, died at his residence, on Mount Auburn, early yesterday morning. He had been long a victim of ill-health, for which travel and change of climate ap peared to do little good. Mr. Bodmann was forty-eight years of age, age, and leaves no family." BdRBCOCC RESTORED. A victim Ol you hful Imprudence, causing premature de cay. nervoiM debility, etc., having tried In vala every known remedy, has found & blmp.c sol -cure, which he will send free to hla fellow BiiSereii". Aadra J. H. UEUVK8,7S Maasar. strpl Raw YrtvV hpiiib il mwm iibiiii CONTAINS A Well-Bisesteil Summarj OK THE MEWS OF THE WEEK. AS WELL AH THE LATEST NEWS OF THE DAY AND LH FILLED WITB Literary Selections Embracing Political, commercial, Lit ary, Scientific, Agricultural, Phiio sophical, Religious, ordinary news and all other mattei-s of interest to tho Farmer. Manufacturer, Mechanlo and Merchant. CHANCERY SALE -OF- sa No. 1101, R. First Circuit Court of Shelby county A. V. Dul'ont et al vs. A. C. Dill. No 1024-J. M. McKnlghtvs A. C. Dili et al., and other causes consolidated herewith. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered lu tho above cause on the 15th day of May, 1874, and renewed, etc., March 19, 1S75, 1 will tell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master s office, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, Juac 5, 1875, within legal hours, tho following; described property, situated In Memphis, Bhelby coun ty. I'enuefsee, to-wlt: Kilty feet front ou north sldej of Union tliuet, and running back between parullel llnce north about 75 fuet; beginning on the north Una of Union street thirty (CO) leet esst of tht northeaKt ooner of tho Intersection of Unlou street witb the alley between Main and Front streets (the said beginning point being the southeast corner of the Appeal building lot); thence eastwardly with the north lineol Union street 60 feet ; thence northwardly about 71 feet; thence weatwardly 50 feet to the north eaHtcornerof the Appeal building lot; tbence southwardly with the eat line of the Appeal building lot about"! feet to the beginning. Terms of Bale On a credit k.1 7 aud 24 mouthe. notes with approved sucurlty re quired, bearing Interest from date; lien re tained to secure same. Equity of redemption barred. Tula May II, 1875. K. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. DyKJ. Black. I), u. and M. Vance & Anderson. II. C. King. Wilson Beard, G. W. Winchester et al, solicitors Nou-Kesident Kotice. No. 1813 In the First Cuancery Courtof Shelby county, Tenneisee. Mrs. S. A. Baker vs. Martha R. Titus, et al. It ay pearl uk f om Sheriff' return In this cause that tne defendant Frazer Titus Ed. mond-on 1b not to be found In his county ; It is therefore ordered, That he make his appearance herein, at tho courthouse In the city of Memphis, Teun., on or beiore the first Monday In June, 1S75. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing ex parte ; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This 2Slli day of April, 1875. A copy attest: EDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. Mc Henry, D. C. and M. warlnner & Lee, sols, for cornpl'f!. ta Non-llesident Notice. No. 1G19, It. D. in the 8econa Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. It. 11. King and J. a. Dlllard, nrm of R. M. King & Co., vs. W. U. Ford, Ann Stephens et al. Il appearing from the bill which Is sworn to In thU cauo that the defendants, W. u. Ford and Ann Stephens, are non-iesldenta of the Btate of 1 ennessee. and that defendant W. U. Kord is Justly indebted to the complainants in he sum ol 1240, due by proml-sory note, and that lor tnese causes an attachment was sued out or this court against the property of de fendanl W. U. Ford, and tbe same was Issued, and has been returned by the sheriff, duly levied on the property of said defendant Ford ; It Is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Mas ter, That they make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of the Second Chancery Court, In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in June. 1875. and plead, answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be tasen for confessed as to til em aud set for hearing ex parte, ; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appoal. Tnt April 14, 1876. A copy Attest: M. D. L. bTKWAUT, Clerk and Master. By Craotree Belcher, D. C. and M. Randolph. Hammond & Jordan, sollcltois or complainants. apl5 tb Attachment Notice. Before jamks hall, j. p.-stat or Tennessee, Shelby county Columbus Blerce, by his next friend Frank Blerce, vs. Uanyea .t Co., a Arm competed of C.H. Uayneh and W. H Glffhey. In thlt cause an attachment having been bued out under section 34S5of the Code of Ten-nea-.ee. and returned before me levied on the peironal property of the defendant, and affi davit having been made that the defendant Is Justly indebted to the plaintiffs in the sum of 3115 bObr account, and that he Is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered, That the said defend ant make his pernonal appearanoe before me on the lG'.u day of June, 1475. at 111 o'clock a.m., at my office, Memphis, Tenne-ee, and defend said attachment suit within the time urescrlbed by law. or the same will be Pro ceeded with ezparte, aud that a cony of this order be published for four successive wtefcs In the Memphis Dally Appeal. This tbe 6th day of May, 1875. I JAMES HALL, J. P. 1 Frank Bras, attorney. mjBth , : , Non-Resident Notice. i No. 1611. In tbe Second Chancery Court o Shelby county, Tennessee. John Overton, Jr., vs. Jacnb Ianghdorff", Isadore Kos-n-baoh aud M. D. L. Stewart, clerk and master It appearing from the bill which Is sworn lo In this cause that tho defendant, I-adote Kosenbach, If justly indebted to tbe com plainant In the sum of 4-S25, due by three prorulsory notes or jaos 33 each, and lhat isadore Rosenbach and defendant Jacoo Ings orff, are non-resldenUor the Slate of Tenutssee.aud tbat for these causes an at tachment was sued out of this Court against tbe property of defendant. Kosenbach, and the same was i-sned, and has been returned by tbe Sheriff, duly levied on the property of defendant, Isadore Kosenbach; It Ih theierore ordered by the Clerk and Mas ter, That ihey make their appearance herein, at the courthouse of the Second Chancery Court. In the city 'Memphis, Tenn., 01 or be fore tho first Monday in Juna.1875, and pleaJ, answer or dsmur to oomplalnanl bill, or th urns will be taken tor confessed u to then an nt for hearing experts; and that a copy ol this order be published once a WMk, lor four iucclve weeks. In tha Memphis Ap peal. Thl April 21. 1875. ja.- v. is.oicwaur, cierk. ana siuur. ;n - 1 reywr, sou. rcr ompi u tin TRA and delivered twice a day. Persons wishing them for shipment can have tlu-m pacaeu iresu nuu ueiivereu just in time OLIVER. TlWWm 4s CO ill GOODS! If GOODS!; AT LOWES PRICES! We now In receipt of an entirely new line of LADIES' LINEN SUITS, L&WN SUITS AND 0R6ANDI8 SUIT?, Manufactured In the latest stales for our own special trade. We can, therefore, eourl Untly rezommend them to our patrons both for material and workmanship, tut ws also guarantee to sell them at lower prices than any other house on the continent. MISSES' AKD CHILDREN'S PIQUE SR2SSES, In most attractive variety at extraordinarily low prices. The best goods at lower prices han over before offered In Memphis. GoW 12 tuck Skirts of best MUaLIN handsomely made at 75o each. All other Underwear proportionately cheap! Parasols ! Parasols ! Parasols ! Parasols for tho Million ! We offer all the latest styles at tho lowest prices. u II. K 8! In endless variety of Stripes, Plaid and Plain, and selling at prices) less than the cost of importation. o Win our Dress-making Department we are now prepired to give the most extreme measure o satisfaction to our patrons, having every faculty for the manufacture of nil styles of garments, In tho latest and most attractive modes, and at prices specially adapted to theso times. W2. 244 and 246 Wain Mil T "2 TWIN HOSE NOZZLE. A top-Cnck Nozzle and Flower Sprinkler Combln?t. Cheapest and most detlrabie invention of the axe. Price only t3. No getting out of order. FOR BALE BY It Water Bhut off. W . 7A.t &JhJ$&MlWl AMIS A4 WSTTMbZ, 233 SECOIVO STKEET, MEMPHIS. 3FMALTY IN SUGAR, M0M3SES AND STRUM. o Lsr 'm W TTTTi3ES3 flnMWfveTfiv SOO F3SONY STSEET PLANTERS'iaOES. GRAIN CBADLE3. TOBESHIQ MACHINES. BDCKEtE SOWERS & BEAPEBS. BA U IP.0N, all glzes. SLAB IKON ANU STEEL, for TOGETHER WITH A arni N u Huildern' Material, Cutlery, Gens, Fishing Taoklo, Rubber Eoltliig, fttc, Etc, d 1 cWAK I, nAi Lc T m UU. PORK. SOLK.S WHOLESALE PHOVISIOW BBALBIU - 361 jfcYont and 22 & 24 Clinton Streetfi, -ntn oi Ciilon ..... HE5SPHIB, TKfSR. SPECIAL NOTICE TO DEALERS IN BALING STUFFS, PLANTED AND COUNTRY MEBCHANTS GENERALLY. In consideration of the reduced oost of Iron, rates during tne coming season. PRICE LIST, SA11CU 1, 1875, AT In lota aadeir 300 nndle. it iou or quo iu iom oi 1,000 " ail a orer, Pleeed. 8VJ cents per pound, net cash. l.ruU W D IT O P CTQ lor any train. street, enrnor JftffpreoTi. 4ir a"itl ti -W -ie ..'. S - So! -V9 -.r jrv -v 'en fin il vi Efl Wn SB HH SlH gffi MEMPHIS. TlRSS. 8CRAPEKS. SCYTHE BLAUE-j. FAN 31 ILLS. PLANTATION BELLS, uU sizes. K0P, Cotton and ifanlUa, fall as.irtm't Plows and Cotton Scrapem. COMPLETE STOCK OF soiling toe i WARKH0OSE, NEW O iLiiAiNS. 3 ot. per lb. nrt. a - aj rr. ,.a "a oir R. KATINE & CO., Aniarlvan Cotton Tie Co..J JK ew.Oileau. Ws Li il TRADE OF MEMPHIS WATERWOMB. I7"HKKK.-, TlifileiuphiH Wat. t'.iupaay Y made lis ilfd. on the Z'AU of January. 7J, by wbleh ald "ompany conveyed t . the undwHtcnt-d. sh Truatw"., and one Jsins L. Worth, i who lias resigned Ills Trusteeohl",) alt Hie franchise, rlght.s and privilege granted to tli sal-; V, .iter Company bv sot'of the Igls ! ure of th- tale of Tennessee, panoed Febru-;t.-i I- istii. .ncorporai ag said Oiinpanv, to-ethi-r ulu all ' li land, tiov.ses.weiN, pumps, marhinery. plpea and other property of khIiI t'oip, p u , rral and pc-'S rial, now in poioB of, and all -vhlch may herealter be acqnlred by slid Vi -nrany, and also all the Income which said Comcany may hereafter recs-lve, acquire or become entitled to receive from the city of Memphis, under and by virtue of a contract made and entere-l into between the said city of Memphis and the atd Company, on the istb of January, 172, the said convey ance being to secure the pavment of the prin cipal and lntere t of six hundred tho.isAnd dolla-s of the bonds o' said Company: and Wltrreot, by reason of the default ot said Com pany In paying the interest on said bonds, tho same h-.v- i'eomedue ami payable, according --";e p-...i. oof sj.ld deed, aud rr(ueNl bav in '.ei n ia i.'.e upon the undersigned, now r -onl I"''.- . . by a majority in Interest f t-t: shI.'i .stti.th'.'det-i to expose the said property l) !' nr.i-.g to the terms of said detd. we wlli. i ii-erre. tn Trustees, In consideration of the premlest ou tho iUtfi (ley or May, 1S7.", isat a - i i!i boars of lu a m. and 2 p.m., la iron' i h office of said Company, in tho oily of ampins, offer for sale, and sell for cash, to i he highest bidder, tbe sa-d property, for tho benefit r h- bondholders ro secoreil b-the saidde d. freeald. Etiuity of redemption iwaie'b; -a'ddecd. Thisihs rshd-yof March, 1875. F. S. DAVIS, T. K. FAKNS WORTH, rahl7 TnateeM. Trustee's Sale. BY virture of a trust deed mad- to mu as trustee, by J. L. Sarfarans, on the HJtli day of Juie, lht7, now recorded In the Regis ter's otllce of Shelby county, Tennessee, In bok t2, page 91, et. seq., made to secure one William llmcliiuson, u- the Indorser of cer tu'U ncl. s therein descrlbed.an- by virtue ol a written demmd upon mu by said Hutchln on. heretofore made to execute said trust deed, by sale ot the pop-ity therein de scnbed.wntcii sale was ei-Joined in the oaseot Warren Mil- heil vs. the 5lerchants' National baak of Memphis, and others, said injunc tion having been since dissolve i, I will lu compliance with tbe terms of sid trust died, and in obedience to said demand, on Tlmrsday, 101b day of June, 1875, on tbe premises hereinafter described, be tween the hours of 10 a.ra. and 3 p m., or that day, oflnr for sa.e, lor cash, to the highest bidder, the following properry, to-wit: All that certatu lot of land situated In the town of Chelsea, Shelby county, Tennessee, de scribed in the plan of said town as lot No. 208, bounded on the north by Greenlaw street, on the west by tilth street, ou the south by lot ;02, .ind upon the east by an alley running parallel with Fifth street, said lot lronting"! feet 3 Inches on Filth street and 118. feet on Greenlnw street, with all the Improvements thereon. L. V. DIXON, Trustee. Wilson A It 'urd, attorne s. iuy7 Trust &ale. BY virtue of a trust deed executed to me o,i thl.stdjy of Mhj, 1871. by Elizabetii Moore, to secure certain indebtedness therein Mi.ii d. which sid deed is recorded tr ' i.c !. g' -'sr'n offico of Sb liy cnuuty, in book No. ID. ixigeUo. I will sell to tuo iilgbeNt bld d -, '-.r casn, at the froat dour of the Overton C-ur;. use, lu the city Memphis, on Sutnrdj., 12:h fay of luno, 1813, st i2o'c ckm,the following leal estate, to wn Lr.'s No. 4, 5 ard part of lot .1, of block o. SI, 'a ort PicRerlng.Shelb? county, feu n sste, lrontlnglfc7 feet on beventh street and "unniii i iiaetc :i depth of lTi feet Tbeeqnlty of rv i-ptlonl.s waived and the title is be lieved to he good, but I will convey as trustee or.:- . This Hay 6, 1K75. O. W. PAYNE, Trustee. J. H ItoiK-rtaou, attorney. my7 Trustee's! Snlo. rY lrtue of a trust deed made by J. F. Grit tin, April 10, 1S73. recorded io Register's itUce, book 91. page 352. to secure illuor Meri wether aud others in the payment of certain rent notes tax- etc.. therein named, 1 will, on aijs-l jt.isili ny, 1S75, t 12 o'clock. In from of the premises, 37 Jefferson street, Memphis, sail or cash, to the highest bl-ider, the buI'dUig -jr nerly known as Broom'a Operaboose, ttt ter with the leasehold ou the ground oi :h it stands, expiring Octo ber 1, lSTi. i"tjr!t.' ser takes subject to the ob ligations of tiO ;ase. Title perfect, bat I convey only isUtUee. spll JAMES A. ANDERSON, Trustee. Trust t4sle. fy virtue of tue terms of a trust deed to me IJ ixecutel by W. Boalt, on the SlKh day of June I7i. to secure the payment ol a certain note of same date doe at eight months, and more fully described in said trust deed to me a.- ti ustee, which is of record in tbe Iteglster's office of Shelby county. Tennessee, in deed book No. Hi;. pagei59, 1 will on Tbursduv, Slay 13, 1873. within legal hours, at tbe storehooso of Stew art and ChamberllB, in tbe Flist District of Shelby ronctv, Tennessee, sell at pubic ute iidii, to the highest bidder, lor sash, tbe real estate set out a:id described In said trust deed, as follows: Beinz in the Firs Civil District of Hbelbv county, Tennessee, nexr the Tlnton and Shelby county line: oeglnnlng at a s.ake ou rlotllt.r'ssomh line, the northeast corner of the land herein described; theuce southward ly d80 chains; thence weetwardly22 chains; thence northwardly 33.50 chains; thence east wardly 22 chains to the beginning; containing Si acres, more or less ffiqulty of redemption Is waived. Title believed to be good, but I convey as trustee only. April 8th, 1S75. apS JOHN MCLAUGHLIN, TrnBUe. Trustee's Sale. PURSUANT to the terms of a deed lu trust executed to me by John F. Titus, duly registered In the Register's office of Shelby county. Tennessee, in dee t book its, pagelUl. in order to pay the indebtedness thereby se cured, I will on Saturday, 5th day of June, 1875, within legal h.iurs, at the southwest corner of Court Souaie. in the city of Memphis, Ten nessee sell for cash, at public outcry, to the h'ghest bl ider, the undivided one fourth ol tl'e property in su'h deed, described as fol io s: Lying in Memphis, Shelby county, l enneste. being part oi lot 87, the particular de-cription ot which Is as follows: Begin ning ou the south si. e of Market siie-t, east ol third street, and of the alley parallel with and mldwav between Third and Fourth streets, and bouuded as follows: Commenc ing at he intersection of the east line of said alley witn the south ll"e of Market street; running thence seuth with the east side ot said alley, f'et more or less to another alley para lei wUu Mar-et street; thence east lis', leet; Ihence noith -JU leet to Market street; thence west Its' . feel to the beglnuing, being tho lot known as'tho Titus homestead. Terms cash. Equity of redemption barred. Title believed to be good, but 1 will sell and convey only as trusieo. uijH W. Y. C. HUMES, Trustee. CHANCERY SALE -OF- Real 33state, On Saturday, May 15, 1S75, No. Wil. John H. Lenow vs. Jc-ephlne Coch rane et al. in the Second Chancery Court of !helby coumy, Teunessee. BY virtue ot -n order ot ale made In this cu-e. on the I7tU day of March, 1876, min ute book 6, page 83, I will sell at pni.ilc auc tion, to the cighest bidder, within lettal i.ours, in tiont of the door of the county courthouse, corner Main and Poplar streets. Memphis. Tennessee, on Suturday, 3fay 15, lS7i, the following described real estate, to wit Situate, lying and being in the county ot Shelby, and state of Tennessee, being purt o section 4, range I, and bounded and described as beginning at Jesse BrUey's northwest cor ner, on J. B Home'- east line; til- nee .-ast 25 40-100 chains to a stake; thence nor. h 1. s 100 chains to a slake; tbence tost lu chain- oa stake; thence north 4550 IOU chains to a stake thence west 2S 15-100 chains to a stake; tin uce south o2u-lWl chains to a stake; thecee e 2 i6-IliO chains to a stake; thence sooiii Ij chains to a stake In Clear creek ; thence -ontli 4 50-KW chains to the beginning, containing la all 117 65-1U0 acres, as appears by a pat unit fcurvvy made by John Brown, survej..r, in December, lixJ6. To i an of Sale On a credit ot teven and twelve months, purcnaser executing notes with approved security fcr deferred pay ments; lien retained; equity ot redemption Thl March 29, li75. M. . '. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By Geo. MaUery, D. C. and M. T. H. Mlcon. sol, for compl't. rah- -OF- Ou Salurday, Say 29, 1875. No. 67(f. B. J. Eddins vs. Mar. Shelby. In the (Second Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee. BY virtue of an order of sale ma Aln thU caue "n the lth February. lS7ai will sell al public aucUou, to the highest Bidder, In front of the county courthouse, corner Main and Poplar streets, Memphis, Tennessee, on Salarday, May 29, 1875, within 'egal hours, the leasehold inter lu certain lut of ground lying and being lo sine by county, 'ennessee, and In tbe cl y ol Memphis, bounded and described as fo lows: 1 AJiiimeuciDg i n the northwes. lorner or lot 1, blue di, ou he south side of Hulins street ihen eastwardly with tbesoutn line of tatd stieet 2 fttt; thence southwardly 160 leet: thence westwarlly 28 feet to the west line of said lot o. 4.; thence north waruly 160 to the beginning, together witb the Improvement thereon. 1 hb April 27, IMS. Terms Cash. M. D.USrEWART. Clerk and MakMir. By Geo, Mallery , D. C. and M. J. E. Blgelow.t r complV ap?