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T K & xiJSMPPlXS i-j XLiir A P.PSAL--TUESDAY, DECEMBEE 1875.
- F1N1NCE AND TRADE. The closeness of money intttere, superinduced by the exceedlnglngly foal weather referred to In oar last weekly review, has relaxed with Uie return of clear aides and hardeiieJ romls, nod too tendency 1 once more In the direction of tase, but as yet there la little enoounsnienl for borrowers In gen eral, ttie want or the cotton trade keeping currency lu active employment. In ratM there U no quotable chance, though exchange Is rather heavy thau oiherwUe. While our recelpuinf cotton are greater than for the cor responding perlol lat season, It must be re membered that prices are so much lower that very Utile, if any, ncreawj In money has been realized, and tnen larmers are still en gaged in picking, ginning, etc., so there u very little stir in retail trade. North ern co;i mcrclal exchange is ii discount and New Orlean i discount, with bankers' checks par. It is a lavoraMoalgu of the timet that the cold frenulum is on the decline, not- withstanding tne reavembllcg or conreui. In .New York It is the oplalou that ougrew will do llttie, lr any, tinkering at financed tbisMMlon. The price of gold m Mew York VutunlavtfM T 1 1 V atrfllnitt -111' n ....w.l. ... and ioc.il dealers now Ud m iu on such smaii nam Ksarecinerca ior . la local stock i and script there ban been no other change than a better inqu'y ror re and police Mem phis scrip; whl' n i, looklDg up, however. mera i uu ymmi Ldvance, and we again quous ii at buying and 85 i-elllng. Memphis I ix KV' i.Qotw., buying, State war- rnb Ju; Shelby county warrant, 7271. OUK COTTON MARKET WR3 buoyed tip yesterday, Monday, by moro advantageous telegrams, and the reports below show some j advances. The offerings In our market were light for good cottons, with a plentiful inqui ry; even low grades and dusty commanded some attention. The result was an advance, at which the market closed firm. Yesterday the quotations at the Memphis cotton ex change were as follows: Ytiterday irminirr Qjin Uood ordinary 11 ttllK uiw raiutmng. Hfiz't KliUvl HU ' I ounllty, but webavo heard or no cbolco mixed wiling over IJO, while lnrerlor, tboujh to Arkansas prairie has arrived, has been ireely f"' wiiu m. AiKsna prairie In store ha been sold at ill.anii can still be bad at that price, though stock Is much reduced. vfiu imu sigut, receipt, ana was at Aii&z ior shelled and ear, sacked, as In condition. Yes terday's sales of both on 'change were all at ISc In pro vis! ns tbe:6 has been moe uugui sua quotations are higher. Good oau are scarce, with mixed nominally Uie nn nrrli-nf tin tnf,pn....i.-.i . . . . . . rerings at 0c. Hran has been bilk at $17 7i3 IS per ton on arrival, and was moderately in quired for on 'change yesterday morning; the same price has ruled lor corn-brau, which Is ... -u--t uHi iieen in small supplv, and is held at t2M twr ImrrAl In. .rr trt J-it'i! light salec. in potatoes there is moro strength, and Ohio river peachblows and russet aro day under tl 5031 00. while fancy defcrlrt- tiona were held t i iv-.iit rr. ?..- ,....,,...., HIVES CHRONICLE. Weather nnd River. Weather clear and cold during the day, clotting at night with clabber-clouds rl log from, tlio north and northeast. Ther- momttarSl'. Rivers as follows: ornci or Obskbvation,' biokai. ej-rvice u. o. akst Memphis Trs: lecember 13, IS: iJif ltat7Q5cper lt; rabbits per dozen, 52 00 a and'eold J; Kjulrrels, SI S031 75; quails, 81 75jj2 2o. , d prairie chickens at22 W, an in condi- rKW ond middling. Middling fair Fair -WIS) Day before. 9 13413i 13SS1H1 i The market closed firm and higher, with a Stuaa oeinanu; sales were svfj Dales, or all which spinners took 1100 bales, exporters 1S00 Dales speculators SOU balei. Dasty coltons quote stc; siaineu, ivuc. COTTON HTATKMENT. 1873-6. lS7-5. Quest at tuner Ion and nrnret: loir,s o uull, with offerlnsN or navy on 'change at Jl 75 lurcouicc w esieni applet were ottered at s: 03 per barrel, the lower rate applying to small and inferior, which 'are mu-li neglected Vetern hogs, dres-ed. In gcod condition are held firmly at S&9c, the waalher being favorable- for them i !or dead poultry and game, which latter, with the exceptlou of prairie chickens, has been In light leceipt. We quote poultry alive, as lntlze: Turkeys, I9gls per dozen; chickens, yonnc, SI OS-'J; old mixed, tiro,ttii ueut, Myiou; rooiiers, szjji aj; sties ot dre6Hed turkeyn at 17io per lb, with drewied chlckons, KQI perdozeu; deer.wh le. 2 OJ: and tlon. Cotton-seed, on arrival, S9 per ton. Hides, tallow, etc , have undergone no change. Eggs have been held for 30c. but wouiunt move, ana aro again offered al'JSc. Butler, western, ranges from 15 to 20c for In ferior, and 23 to 3.3c for table grades, flie-e were about the only articles shown or talked oi on cnange yeKieruay, wii tt the exceotlon oi peanuts at asc, ana cried lruit at 8310c. FLOUR-Superflne, SI 5335; double extra, w i j , iicum uxua,so'iOiiu; cuoice,; if.a 7 73; lancv, SSgS 50 per bbl. uun. jitAi Kiin-tined, 602 70 rer bbl. CORN White 3a51o ncr bush. OATd Mixed. 7raiN3: white. 61d3Jct heed. oH&a per uusu. BRAN-SI. UAiChcico western, Sag30; prairie, S12Q 13: mixed, S1722 per ton. BACON Breakfast. 13W'31fis: &uir9r-cured umii", io(3io4o (pacaeu). D. B. MiCATj KhouIUers. SSVic: lone clear sides, 10i10Jic; clear rlbsldeu, :ollc; clear sides, lllifilll'c? himt llallV.r itinrtnn? looie ana green. Cairo... . Cluclnnatl. oavenport. Dabuque. Evansvllle. Keokuk Leavenworth., Little Rock...., Loulvlllo... Mcruphli, Nashville... New Orleans.. PltUbure Jhreveport St. LouH..... vlekibars .., Above low water. Feet. I Ina. Changed. Rise, Ft. I in I Fall . I Ft. I In 19 4 1 i 11 t .. --- ----- 1 6 12 . ""io " . "IT 15 10 1 19 10 1 0 10 s a 7 5 10 5 6 5 9 2 23 11 7 'falling. ix. m. Luuwiu, Bergoani. BY TELEGRAPH. PrTTSBORO, December 13. River 7 fest;2 Inches and falling. "Weather clear Hccelved yeterdav Received previously. Total . Shipped ye?trday Hhipped previously. Total 1873-4 packed); in kegs, 113 7.550 417 211.0 21S,tt3 171 I58,7i3 lfGurr HKoia urctj HtoclC 61,261 58A 45,411 -I.1 Trirfrs'S Q' II- 1198i M t. R.K., M. A . L. R. K. W.1S37; F tenners, 2402. e.At-U Ki-i, c. it. R 571; U 4 N. 0. 8. u. R., IZ12; steamers north, 7C8: cteamers iv. 0,',owlDB Aro ,n" official telegrams of """-".uiuuuui iub uomesuc marxeia as re tjuuio couon exenan ie : 'Ttltgra nr. Oalvetton.. New Orl'ns Mobile Havannab Charleston. Wllmlngt'n nonoiK. Baltimore. New York Hton Phllalphla BU LouU Aogusta mate 0 Market. Btrong. Firm. Hteady. Ea-ler. ftnleL unlet. Firm. Firmer. Firm. Unlet. S''iady.'' " Quiel Hit 6 849 M.0-4 5313 3,612 1.040 6,001 1.1IS K4 142 20 1.W0 eria Middling. 12 13 12 13-I612K 12312 15-16 1234313 13 6 16 13J4 YeiltrdRV "s New Y"rt closing teleg-am re- "'u"y. 11 i-ioc; rooa ordinary, sifeJ l'rTt!?ddacB, 12s:lnldllln8r 135 1Cc: Tho tojegramtelvothe tone of the market Jd all , lower to t.eil, closed easier. T lolluwlnn arc th clnslng rates lu New -iuiuiw mr yecieraar ana tne day Be- January . Fbruary March April Ky July i rratKitnAY. 13K(?'3 5-"l6 Iil3a-I6 13 fi.isaira 'UlvieM IllUail .vl G -.111 7-l?HK ii,(an v is Aucuhi HptemberJ oouoerj (at November. 1 (4 December jl3 3-16Q13X DAT BEFORE. 13-al3 13-32 1319-32 l3 29--2alS 14 1-13 14VS14 9-32 117 I6aii 14 19S21I 21-32 11 H-lOallK & - 9 135-?6 LAhD In tlerm. ISVSalStie '3-1 1 i4Ko: palls. IjUauHc. " .891 I flOi FtiET-lKeiri. S2 25. iiAij.nu aiurta iiaggin, 2 ana zy a.. i-.'ii,j4c: Daiinc twine, urunc: iron lies. '3S4!; Piece ties, 3Kgic, rTirn. llAcKEREL-Half bols No. 1, SS503S75; half bbls., No;2, S7 75S8; hall bbls.. No. 3, SO 75 ;xiu, iho. 1, i ,oyi 50; kju, -no. 2, si w; WUITV VTLHln.in.hl. - r n ' I . A . XXOJL .-All UUIBu ft t3. NUrrtllraxll. 10SI2c: tllbciU. 14i15o: ne- c-ck, iiMiy2c ;airnoas. i(.ijci cocoanuis, uc. COFFEl-Klo,22K'26c; Java, 353403 per lb, HTJQaH IjOnl-MANA (Infill kMtl.. SJic; yellow clarified, 9Jic; whits clarl- ueu, juuiuKc per id. BlIUAR REFINED Standard A. lOKOllc: crushed and powdered, llji12,'ic; granulaied, ll?S12Kc peilb. JiOLiA6E Common to choice. 40!aGc ner ai. by Kurs common to rancy,40sSl per gal, CHEEBB Western, 13$Hc perlo RICK Ordinarv to choice. 7ra8Ve ner lb. HALT Ooiree and common llnp S 1 7Aal Ri! dairy. In bbls, S2753; Liverpool coa, sackx, 11 jrau j; x-ivetpooi nne, sacits, tl amti per bbl. nuAf jiesin ana uerman. 5Ci6Kc per lb. CANDLES Boxes. Inll welffht. IKVfixITi" hall box, full weight, 1717Xc; quarter box, iuu weiKiii, kwliioc per id. MI AIMJH -bfaoiic per lb. VV'HISKY-eue&H pergaL. l.IME-$l 3.-31 60 per bbl. CEMENT S2 25&2 75 per bbl. KSCDLENTa AND KKIIlTrt-AnnlAJ. nor bbl, S-ift-'j 50; lemons, per box, $..39 50; oranges, per box $850(3950; potatoes Peachblows, pr bbl. Jl 70slb0r Early Rose.ra225:russ-u.Sl 60 (3170; Pinkeyes. SI 60; cabbage, perhd. 9a 12c; onions, $23225: kraut, barrels, S57565; kraut, half barrels, S3 5'l 50; lieans, per bushel, SI 852 25; dried apples, 9310c; dried peaches. lOSllc. MISCELLANEOO .-Nails, ner kr. S3 202 3 30; vinegar, pergalion, 1825s; tobacco, per lb,4.,s3tl;ralsIns,S325350; sardines, E15 60& 16; oysters. 1 lb, t5a"X2; oysters, 2 lbs, $100a 170; brooms, S2 50(34 50; bucKets. $1 9032; tubs, per dosen, S79; matches $7(47 0; sei e, $1 75 2 25; washboards, S22 25 ; cotton n pe, 2123o ; grass rope, 12(314c; powder, kegs, S3 75; hhot, patentj2 4O(J'260; soda, kegs, 55Xc; soda, 1254 HONEY 3L4JIKETS. Bales, lSJO bIe ; opened weak, closed easy. irawm 7 uvrnxni cioMnu leiecrsm re- pora: uplands (.57.1; Orleans, 7d; sales. jo.iwj uaiea, or which 7800 were American. The mj-ib oi me marcel was sctlvo anu firmer. Liverpool a rivals were l-32d higher. Cir.ld In New Vom rlnui at mz The movement ct all the port was reported -J Rec'ta rlnee F'v Exp'tsO. BriUlu KxpVttoContln't lock This Week. 69,103 29,1151 190-41 C7.4!)u Lait Week. CHJKM .rv.7 C31J81 Hamo Time Last Year. 77X14 9.515 633,107 The following table shows the oomnaratlvo "weekly and total receipts at all the United J 1875-61 1874-6! 1873-4) 1872-3 Rah t Trl l( BeplO uotai Konl7 Total ep24 Total Oct.l Tota , OcUSj Total OclSf Tolai 00.22 Total Oo 29 4,191 5,571 10.352 23516 31.170 57,7101 47S71 ' 10:1,037 79,05 ' IS2,091 10239! 2S1C3S, 137 701 1 422..112 J 1711 ' &59.85.' 1M.577 ToUI. 738.42? N'VJ, 174 Total) 912,815 N'vl2' 149.W2 Total 1,662,777 N'vl9l lMSl Total, U47.658 N'V26 1K3.KS! XOtal 1,431,411 De.3i 154.952 15.SC? 2L435I irr,Gi5i 4f,U70, 45XE 94 872, S9 6US 151,475! 9(1 63S 25UO50 121.17J 372i'41 132.486: 504.727 i4s.ai.5i 652.75? 142.761 798.4SS1 157,713 1,112 699! 1K5,1181 1,277)33 161 197 C415i 24,85,'! 25,180 1 50O33J .S,lill a77i 51,014 112911 51,115 114,020 78.7f,5! 27i77M 103,799 376,578, 102.11351 479514 133,570 613,'iS.i. ia),2j0' 7is:Oi 130.153 873,486 1,012,1311 123.73W, 131,626 997.225il.143.765 liO: 14(1 Mill, 1871-: 15,092 "2956 41,148 4,ao M.713 63,693j i. 4mi 70HSi 233 J94 7,627i 9127 414 858! 116,191 1 631249 118,620 131.-97 108,707 391475 1 IV, 101 livinl 'S5'2?1! L -! L167,784 151,023' Sp . ;l.10Jg 101.K4 12i,7UB Totaljl.7Bl ea) 1.625.1741455'iil,49731 9 6V5 9 6-S 13,120 22.778 20,933 43,700 :t3 3!5 77.094 44112 121,73d 66,991 188,727 82B9 27196 96,447 308,013 uoia7 iw,i0 105iM 619,929 99,623 60952 103,719 7732171 119.U91 893262 105,789 999,061 BV TELEOKAPn. PARIS, becember 13. Rentes, COf. 40c. LONDON. December 13 Conwls for mnnpv. 93 13-16; on account, 93 15-16; 5-20s ot '63,103; do. 1867, 109K: 10-401, 106; new 5s, 104; New York Central 90; Erie, 15; Erie preferred, 31. NEW YORR.Decomber 13 Monev active at 67 per cent., closlug at &34 per cent. Prime mercanuiH paper, 01 per cent, uusioms re celpts, S370.000. The atslstaht treasurer dln buotd $177,000. Clearlncs. S22.000.000. Gold opened at m&fell off to lllj.advanced to 1U at which it closed. U.-ite-i paid for carry inc. 2, 2S, ao.d 1 per j ent. tjovcrnment bonds firm; coupons 1881,r21,;u0.iHs-..u5-f1 l865.new.120W; Uo.f867,l!25f:do 1868,122J; neWeiTibW; iwS,' regular, 117; do. coupons. 117; currency 6&,iz:k. Hiate teourltlei quiet; Tenntsseo 6s, old, 46J; Tennessee 6s, new, 44; Virginia , ol d , 37 ; Virginia 6s. ne w, 334 ; MlsEouri 6s, 102K. Railroad bonds firm In late afternoon dexl Inst. Michigan Central sevens sold atlOIJig mi; Hannibal and tt. Joe convertible?; uuiuu i wiuu eiu&iuK juiius ueciiuuu ioiu'4 Stocks very dull and slightly lower, without any Important feature?. Trausactlons at the siock exenange to-uay aggregateu 68,000 bhsres, of which 4000 Ml arts were Pacific Mall, 17,000 Western Union, 6000 North wt stern, 21,000 Lake Snore, 3300 Union Pacific Closing quotations were: Wistern Union Telegraph, 70)4 ; Pacific Mail, 40; Adams Express coinp'v.ht!; Wells 4 Fargo" Express company, 83; American Express company, 57, ex.dlv.; U. 8. h-xprobS company, 55;' New Yora: Central, 105J; Erie, 16J,; Erie pieierred, 31; Harlem, lS3Ji; Harlem nrl.Trul I'M. tl ...' ., , ,..,.2 I V. Pacific Block, 76J5; lke Suore.OlU; Illinois Orleans. December 13. Ar rived : Pevtona.Qarrett and bare es. Ohio river: May Lourey, SU Louis. No departures weatner clear and pleasant. Cincinnati, December 18. River stationary. Weather clear and cool...Nlght River 27 feet 3 inches and falling. Weath er clear and cold Arrlved;Susle Bliver.New Orleans. Eva'nsville. December 13 Weath er cloudy nnd cold. Mercury 30' lo 43. River 18 feet6lnchoi on the gauge and rls lnc. Port-List Down: Charles Morgan. 10 a.m. Jamea D. Parker, 6 a.m. Business active. Louisville, December 13. River rising, with 10 feet 7 Inches on the canal, and 8 feet 7 Inches on the falls, weather cool and clear. Arrived : Alary Houston, New Orleans. uepartea : ztaryueuston ana uiasgow, uin cmnau. Cairo, December 13. Noon. Arriv. ed: City of Chester. Bt. Louis. 8 p.m: Alf. Stevens, Memphis, 8 a.m. Departed: City of loester, juempuis, iu p.m. w earner ciouay and cold .Night Arrived: Colorado, St. Louis, 2 p.m.; Minneola, Memphis, 6 p.m Departea: ah. Stevens, bi. ixinis, 1 p.m. Colorado, Vlcksburg, 3 pin.: Minneola, Cln clnnatl, s p.m. ttiver 19 leet ana falling, w earner ciouuy. jiercuryti'. MoveuienU at the Levee. ARRIVALS. Thomas Sherlock. New Orleans; Fannie Lewis. St. Louis: Lesal Tender, Arkansas river: A. J. White. .Napoleon : Phil Allin. Friars point; ueorge w. uueeK, Helena; Era No. 9. t. r iaucis river; aay liaum, nncln- natl; Osceola, St. Francis river; Illinois, Vlcfcsburg; Ella, White river; Bismarck, St. Louis: Joe Kinney. St. Louis: City of Alton. jMewuneans; Arlington, uincinnaii. DEPARTURES. Fannie Lewis. St. Louis: A. J. White, Napo leon: Phil Allin, Frlors Point; George W. Cheek, Helena; Osceola, 8t. Francis river; Bismarck, New Orleans; Joe Kinney, Vlcks burt; City of Alton, St. LcuIh; Osceola Belle, Ofinpori; Arlington, ssow urioans. IN PORT. Thomas Sherlock. Ella. Illinois. Andy uaum.ijegaiTecaer, Eja ro.. BOATS DUE. SL Francis Belle. JIarv Bello. H. S. Turner Cltv of Chester. John B. Maude. Colorado. St jo&epu, Clinton. BOATS LEAVINU TO-DAY. Fob St. Louis The Colorado, of the Anchor- Line, Captain Gray, master, leaven the eleva tor at noon 10-uay ior i,airo anu oi. riouis. Fob Vicksbuko. The Anchor-Liner. Cltv or Chester. CjdUiId Zelgler. master, illns her caoie at nve o cioca mis evoaing, tatting ousi ncss for all way landings between Memphis auu vicssDurg. For WniTK River. The Bteamr Ella. Captain El lott, master, Is on the bills for all points on White river, leaving at five o'clock this evenluc. William Elliott, superintend ent of the Hue. may be consulted at the foot of Jecerson street. Cno TT,i-T-oTiYTni Tltt f-l.i.nV-T It-. i. Tlltnnf- . . i .... iv. : u . . . . ..vy vuvv.- v. .muuis. Captain .Mark Cheek, master, sails on usuki this evenlm; for Vicksbnrg and the bends, connecting wit rozular New Orleans packets. C ptaln Joe Speers does the honors of the orace wnn proiesuouaiuiguiiy. Fob Arkansas River The Legal Tender Cap aln Nowland, master, cuts loose for all points on Arkansas river, including Red rurk. Auburn, New Gascony, Pine Bluff and all points through to Little Rock, carrying tne man, at nve o ciocit mis evening. Fou New Orleans. The John B. Maude. Captain West, master, leaves at the usual hour this afiernoou for New Orleans, takinic business for all way points. The Maude is a fixture in the Memphis and New Orleans trade, and will mke rtgular trips during lbt teason, wnetuerscnooi Keeps or not. Foe N"APOLEON.-Tho Quickstep. Cap tain Stack Lee, master, leaves at five o'clock this evening for the lower bends, lucludinc Helena, ielta. Friars Point, old Town, Australia, Laconla, Concordia, O rally's, mourn oi wuue river, ana an plantation lanaings, carrying tne uniteu states man. Fob White RIVEK The St. Frdncis nolle. Captain Harry, master, sails for White river i mo nsusi uour mis evening, taiung busi ness for the mouth of "White rlvor. lliv Ht. Charles, Crockett's Bluff, Alt, Adams. Claren don, uovaii's uiuir, ues Arc, Augutta, Juck- ionport, West Point and cearcy. She carries ine mans, j . u. aduoil is oniei cleric. Br. D. S. Johnson's PRIVATE HBDIGAL DISPENSaEY, Jo. 17 JEFFERSON STREET, Between Main and Front Streets, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. established IN I860. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by : 11 par ties interested, as by far the most success ful physician in tne treatment or private or secret a lseases. Venice, tnorougn ana perma nent cures guaranteed in every case, male or female. RecenVoases of Gonorrhea and Syph ilis cured In a few days, without the use of mercury, cnange oi met or ninarance irom business. Secondary syphilis, the last vestige eraoicatea wituoui tne use oi mercury, in voluntary loss of semen stopped In a short lime. Bunerers rrom impoiency or loss oi sex ual pow- rs restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self abuse and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and lo h of physical and mental power, speedily and nermaneullv cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases of women, ana cures gu-ranteea. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parts of the country. Office houis from S a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays from 3 to 5 p.m. uecua.w u. a. juun6u.-, 21. u B.H. CARBERY. THOS. CASEY CABBERY & GASBY, -WHOLESALE- LiQQor Hits JAS. W. QUEEW & CO., OP TTIOI.33T , 924 L'riestnnt St., PHILADELPHIA. 001 Broadvray NEW YORK, D PECTACLE3, Eye-GIasses, Spy-Glasses, Tel O escopes. Opera and Fleld-Glasses, Stereo scopes ana Views, Microscopes of ail grades, iiameiuauc.u, urawing anu surveying insiru. menu and Materials, of all descriptions. Illustrated Catalogues to any address, ten cent eacn. octl7eou For Sale. To the highest bidder, at PUBLIC AUCTION on tho southwest corner ol Alain and Madison streets, at 1 o'eIoik,OD l aesday, Iiectnv ber 2Itt, that valuable property, 223 Second Blrncf, In the Atlamn Block. Also, at same time and place, that valuable VACANT LOT, ol 2 acres, on the Old Raleigh road between the properly oi S. H. Dunscomb on the east, and that of Bender's estate on the west. Title perfect. Terms One-third cash; balance in one and two years, with Interest at ten per cent. For further information apply to THOS. J. BEASLEY, del 210 Front street. A SPLENDID new novel by AUGUSTA EVANS, author of "Beulah," St, Elmo." " Vashil." Ktc. The last and best book writ ten by this popular author, and one of the finest fictions In the English language. Every one must read It. Sold everywhere. G. W. CARLETO N & CO., octl7 eod Publishers, New York. DUOONQE'S PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRUP. Receipts Yesterday. llllno!s-5U bales cotton. IS bags seed-cotton, 959 backs cotton-seed and a gcd passenger Andy Bauni 350 tons miscellaneous. Ella-urougut outof White river 502 bales of cot'on. Era No. 9 Brought out of St. Francis river 515 bales cotton, 6 bags seed-cotton and 720 suck; couon-fceeu Phil Allin 4S5 bales cotton. 7 bses seed-rot - "", ii. a', , ;,, U1'3' i iuu, j sacaa cum, i&u sacKs cotton-seed and """i yt .i--w.hu uuu xiLusuurg, oy.: m m packages sunuries. -onuwestem,i; iMortuwestern pref'd, 56Va; - Osce-la-X NEARLY half a century has elapsed since the dlsoovers of this wonderful com- Sound. Its well-established virtue and Its leu remitation in all ailments of the cheat. lungs breast and bowels, is so well known and has been tested for so man years by such extensive patronage that It would be superflu ous at this late day to dwell at any length on Its efficacy in colds, asthma, bronchitis, In ilammatlon of the throat, i-tomach or bowels. spitting of blood, and whooping cough. It has been found highly beneficial in a'l In flammatory disorders, such as rheumatism, diarrneaordys nt ry and summer complaint, and especially In those cases o cholerine which for want of proper caro so often de generate Into confirmed cholera. In all affections of the lumrs. versinir on consumption, It has been found most effica cious in preventing that most awful scourge wueuever iimeiy rcsoriea to. BesldeTlts aoknowledeed eertnlntvot ,nr. thls truly extraordinary medicine has, over uiusi. compounaa oi me same nature, the de cided advantage that, owing to its agreeable flavor, it can be administered without the least difficulty to children, and It requires no particular diet. It Is also tbe rheanpt. Tint. only because the bottles contain more syrup than any other, but owing to Its peculiar composition this syrup will keep for years wnuuui lermeuuug, ana 't can ue usea in families whenever lequlred, by simply fieop- lug luu uuities wen curaeu. Directions for Trtkiue; the Syr Bp: Urcwn persons can take from fnnr- in oi-r spoonfuls In the course of the day, either pure or diluted In a little water, or a less quantity ai lUICi tau Ul lillieu ur iuui Hours. Persons much troubled aurlng the night may take two tablespoon fuls of tue syrup on going to bed, when it will stop the cough and procure a good night's rest. Children from three to five years old may take from tour to six teasDooniiiln iinrii.fr tim day In suitable quantities, at Intervals of luree io lour nours. r or tale by nov27 eod W. U.SR1HHOOK fc CO, AND DIBECT IMPORTERS, 347 Front Street, Memphis. GUNS,GUNS,GUN CENTBAIi-riRE BEEECH-IiOABERS ! o WBBTLBY EIOHARDS'S, SCOTT'S, :GREUER'S, WEBLEY'S, Aad Other Good aiakera, 10 nnd 13 snage, SO and 33-lucIi Barrelf. "Weight from 7 to 10 Ponnds. PROBATE COUST SAL 5 -or- ia,l Estate; JOS, HSSHAN, FULI. SHOOTING SUITS i Dos ILATEON JEFFBESON ST.) S5S MAimr STBJSiaT, Whips, Whistles, Chains, Collars, Etc, - JUST RECEIVED AID FOR SAKE BY Makos to order and offero for sale the bee qualities ct OHOILL BR01HERS&C0. Boots a lj it sillies. 310 ANU 312 1TBONT STHEET-. It. OOOHRAB 8AHL. A. HATCHES. Call and examine my Stock and Prices. Custom Work a Specialty, and Kepalr- ini ncniiy one. R. L. Cochran Co MAKE YOUR FORTUNE SBANO SOLDER DRAWING (Successors to M. E. and J. W. COCIIRAIV,) lyTvn xaTta,ot nrers of LUMBEE, LATH, SHI 6LIi, BOOBS, SASE CTJ3 BU-XTPS." Loiilsiaua State Lottery Office aatl Yard foot of Wasliiagton Street. salesroom ao. i uowara's now. Haw Mills In Nary Yard. -AiHny8 on h,Jn a choice lot or FIoorlD7,CeinnB. SidliiR, lattice, Framlca Fence nnd 5frf ael J.ijiiilvpr. Knriiri nni tfc... ...1 .. ...'. . . ShlnglfB, Boor ami Window rramri, SIonIdias, Etc. ' OF THE (INCORPORATED 1868) Takes Place December 25, 1875, AT THE- ACADEMY OP MUSIC, NEW ORLEANS. POSITIVELY NO POSTPONEMENT To be Drawn by a Committee of Citizens Se lected uy iicEet Holders. CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000. 8580 Prizes, amounting to $250,500. ALL PAID IJT GOLD! One Prize o JEvery Slz.Tlcbe(s. Only 2,00 Tickets At ?50 Each,U S. Currency. Tenth and Twentieth Coupons in proportion. Cotton Factors NISBET'S WEOUeiiT-ISOI COTTON-FRESS 370 Front St . Merapliig. Tenn. IIW OP PRIZES: ONE CAPITAL PRIZE 1 Prize. . 1 Prize.. 2 Prizes at S5.C00. 4 Prizes at 2,500, ai frizes at 60 Prizes at 12C0 Prizes at 2000 Frizea at 1,000 500 J03.. 0 ..8100.000 60,000 20,(00 I 10,000 10000 ... 10,000 ayjou .. i,WJ 120,000 100,000 B. J. SEMMES & OO 297 MAIN STREET, 12SPOHTEBS OF 1AB ALB. MVINAiDOMISTIO iOAi APFBUXIH&TION PKIZES: 100 Approximation Prizes at SM0. J20)00 100 Approximation Prizes at 1C0... 10,000 xuu Apfimimauoa frizes at vo ifiw 33S9 Prizes In all, amounting to (gold)...S50200 For roll Information apply to G. H. SAMUEL, No. 21S Third street, Memphis, Tenn. We are mating a specialty, in Which we are offering at lower prices than tbo compounded fqaors'of this and othe a FTTLIL IHE OF LOW-6BADE WHISKIES. Eto- A. J. IOTD. Lat6 with F. D. Barnnm & Co J OIIB FRITZ. Late with F. D. Barnum & Co Cotioa JFaclos x'he following is the comparative cotton iuieni.ior iu weeicenaingifecember 10th, t an Unltd HtateH porta, as compared with itliuuuiaj ween last year: 1875 Net receipts JT1.CO0 Total receipt 1,. 62,000 ToUI exports. . .JA6.000 week's exports . 82,000 Cleveland. Commons. Cincinnati ami Imtint, apolli, 69,4; New Jersey Central, 10IK; Koclt Island.lOIH: St Paul, So; St. Paul preferred. 66K; Wabaih, Wabah prelerred,7; Fort Wayne, W; Terro Haute, 5; Terre Haute preferred, 20Vf; Chicago and Alton, H7J; Chi cago and Ail on preferred, 105; Onlo anu Mis sissippi, i; inuiana central, Chicago xujiiu-iua anu v.uincv. la: ribiininni anM Bt. Joseph, .21; Delaware and Lnctawanua. iioj, auiuiuu o.uu lociuc xeicKrapu, lay! Central Pacific bonds, 10tfX; Union Pacific oonas, mtft. DBT GOODS. 1S74-5 179,000 I 1,025.0(10 bOOOOO 05 000 636,000 135W) 620,000 S31,0lO htocfc and ou shipboard 000,000 HtocK at interior lown. in7 mn titock at Liverpool 4S1 0u0 American afloat for Ut Brltain23SXXX) Receipts at United Hsatcs portf during the """t-ek, 1T1 SV3 baits, fcgalntt I5S,ft6 last week, anui..wii,i iuu .muo wetn ia&fc season: ex porttd to Great Britain, ,6C9, a.alnst 8SJ2S last week, and M.771 liu.t year. Stocks at all ijuuea -late port, UOSiB bales, asatnst 612 u bales lant week, and 6561 bales same "c . itaijeiir. 1ST5-0 1S71-S im-i Total receipts 1.761.620 1,025,171 1,345.853 lU'UlOlOCK . ,ZJ totipB 6S,i; Increase In receipts at tho United States xioru mis year, ljU.U'j na.e. There was an increase ot cotton In sight at the end of tie week. Dscember 10tb,of i0T6 ine Hue limn last year, anu au Incrwhe ol 33,061 against H73 at the same time; th- total visible supply this year, 2.170.479: Bame Ume lat year. 2 4S6.111. The f Bowleg shows the week's movement Ufa Liverpool : Week's Sal es... 70,000 Including forExort 9,000 lucludineforSpt-culatlon 5,000 Taken from ship side lt.utf) BT TELEGRAPH. ittun I uuii.. uecemDer 13. Tliern wis n moderate movement In cotton goods, and large sales of bleached shirtings were ma le b agenia ai. some concession in puces, certain makes, Llnwood, Whltinsville and Uold Med al oieacneu Knittings were reduced in price. Cottonades wore rather more active. Plaid prints, robes and shlrtlnes were in fair re. qnesu woolen goodn wereqniet. Sprague's miic) yiiuw juuuiog at, 110. rilOOUtE JIARKETS. iota i f-tock isi.ooiI or which American-. ...... .162,aX) Actual Week's Kxports. 6,000 iieceipm 60,000 1K74-5 66.UO 6,000 3fi00 4W0 13SJXM BY TELEOKAPH LODISVILLE. December 13. Flonr nnlpt. Wheat oulet but steady. Si OSial 23. Com quiet but nrm, 4556e. UaU quiet bat stea-iy, b7(Sf39c. Rye steady, 757bc. rioy quiet, SIO riuviMuui uuu anu a Kiiaae lower. irorK, i ou&u. to. uuiK meats, v, wawjic. tjogar. cured hams, 1515Jic. Lard-tlerce. 13l2a 14c: kez. 14ii311!ic. Wblskv. 1 10. Razclnir CHICAGO. December 13. Flour stndv Wheat irrecular and flrlv active hut m hi at lower rates; No. 2 spring, J7c. Corn in fair demand at lower rates; No. 2 mixed, 47c. Osts dull; No. 2. SOJc Hye Heady f nd un- cuanEou. vi si-eu uogi tteauy, ossxe Pork in fair demand and lilchtr. Sli) :l uini sieauy wuu moaerate at-manu, 12 25Q12 30c Hill tr mmata etaatl v ort im TliTl ini ".iai . whDkjT u. CINCINNATI, December 13.-KIour steady. or which American 41,000 Tot-l Ivt-oelp'n since OepU 1st 601.WJ0 Of which American 2iy 00 Stock Ado Jit iv Q I , VI I .... J , ...i ..... vi ' Ill 11 11 v. .v. 1 uu4 Rijmn Crn steady aud firm, 47l'Jc. Oats dim, 35(3 Si'SIi 45c. By Meady, 78803. Pork dull and noin i lnBi i.ard quiet but llrm:stPfm held at 12V-: OX which American -S3.0U) 182,000 .151,0.0 Receipts In Memphis during the week end ing Friday awtrecied 21,170 bales, against 23.- 46 hajes the previous we. k, aod 20,077 bales the corresponding week Ian sf anon. The to tal receipts since -September 1, 1875, are 203,0)6 bales, against lg.s.129 bales at the corresntind- inu time last season, showing an Increase of Shipments daring the w-ek ending Friday aggrrgaud 20 (5 lalfs. aealnu 1725 bsles the prevloas week, and 11.921 he correpoudlng week lal se.ton. rotalNlillirn-n!niilnc Mn. tember lt Krel61C47 UalCNai.aInst 117,lCi bales th same Unit las-year, an lncreaMJof4l,4S2 tlAII 42.657 lime last yf-ar. Sale durlug the week were 16,900 bales. uzainsi. u,juu uaics tne previous week, and 11.4OT the corresponding week last yepr. Of the 1800 bales ald ILU wek, .plnners took 70, uporteiK 79C0, sp culators .950; agalcst om uxiesio spinners, isuu to speculators, ana The following shown thernnrsA nf thn M.n . ph r mark-t and the priced middling cotttn iiuiii uiu opuuir g oi me nuviq : kl tie sold at 134-l:i"ic. Bulk meats lnnrilv Kales of partly cured stioulders an 1 cier rlb. 79WXc pacKed. Bacon quieter. Green meats steady, with moderate demand; shonld- rs7?a y.'ic; siues, nc; uams, jo;4(jio,5c. whisky In active demaod and very tlrra, holders ask ing outside rates: sales at 10 spot, and SI 11 for to-morrow. Butler dull. ST. LOUIS. December U. Flonr dull? little doing. Wheat Inactive; No. 2 ted win ter. II 4:k31 43. Corn stead v with n fair d. mand; No.2 mixed, 42Mi2Xc Oats innotlve, dull and lower to (wli; No 2. 33c bid. Hye InacUve, 6Gcblci. Portdull.i23 Lard dud; small lots, 12 15c, generally held at 12'4c. Balk meate quiet but firm, 7i,d74, 10'-s(3ll,, lOJiQ 10S here, and 7, lOnlOJi up country Green meats nominal, 7, 10104C Hams In pickle, 10lllc.accordlfg to age. B'consteady and Thastockonhand was4S4i2 bales. agRlnst' JOTSiffW 12.657 bales latt week, and 571)92 baliU It this fl,m' 1(10Hc Whisky, f 1 lO. line last y-ar. . I NEW YOhK, December 13. Fl' strongly in buyers' favor. our dnll. and Bye flour quiet but nrm. ti ca Vilieal dull and beaw some sales rather lower. Corn sllsbtlr in buyers' favor, and closing with alltti better eellng; mixed western i-team, 75c. Coffee Itlodnll and lower: car.ocs. 18(xi,'4c told: iuuuiug. Uv-vo goi". sugar nominal, ho asses New Orleans quiet. Petroleum quiet tint steady; crude, 7c; rcflued, ISiSiac; Pork dull. f21 50(321 75. Beef oulet. ifTdd.wi fcept. Btrt. in 177 Kept, 17 675. 3,146! Kept. 21 1.74. UCl. Oct. Oct Oct, Oct. Nov 2,6-6 2.14 I2 2,3SS 4Ka 150H4i IB 5501 2fio j 4,0 SO' 4CO 1.W1 519 1XX , . " ". j. rtn 1 S 7.611! M. 5.4 6,18ll 7XOI13- 14'4 Ii 12.611 ll.ltS 107S. bfiW 9 500, 13, 14 22 16.SK) UVWll 9.103! 15S 15001,13- ilk 211 19,75", UJ22,l6il2 WOj lflOOMWU- 1 .US 1.4, 1W lb.,., irD lSjUU.lK II 13 1 1315 1ZK 14ji Dec. Dec quiet but steady: western lonsr clear. ltftf: ity do, 10?Jllc. Lard easier; prime steam, ISc. Butter-western, lfet2jc: Stste 23332c. Cueese, 6gl2Jjc. Whli-ky Arm at SI Isi. NEW WKUSANS, December 13. Sugar act ive; common to goud common. 5-Ji6Kc: fair to lully fair, 6'7c; prime, &c; strictly prime to choice, 7S&74c; yellow clarintu. tu M9C Molasses in good demana; high grades firmer; centrifugal. 2533Se; common. 30133: good common, S03Sc; lair, 40312c; orlme,433 4ac; strictly prime to cboica 47iU31c. Kl.mr qule'; double extra. 11 23; treble extra Si S 75; ctoice and family. Sti 00 I'ornincal dn:l 82 Sj. Corn quiet, CO AO c. Oais hrra, 4755s. Bran dnlUDJOUTUc llay dull: Inferior. SIK; prime 82022; choice, 82327 Pork dull and lower; new mes, f21 25. Dry salt meals firm er, IO31OW, KSjallc, as In condition Ba- uoing. t j,v.. it nut j. Ctrl itwv.itoi' i.if I con dull: nothlne " -' .V IV 1 1 I .1. 1" , .IJWlw, , 1 . I . ... .. 10.21,170 ai.O.O.SM! 4S.S71. 16W lUCi "f!;6' Jlfif rei WiieS, KB The return of fine weather has brought but little Improvement to general trad: for the reaon that fanners are (till busy with tbe cotton crop, but tbe attendance on 'change has lnereaMdflally, and tbe meetings show Increasing spirit from day lodsy. Some artlc'rsol produce are In llgut iecelpt,and tiU con'rlbut to tbe general quietude. Hay is abundant in the lower grades, which are vary dun, though choice, which is always in dem-nd, 1 in very llitht supp y, with tlmotby scarce, wl.aln the week there have been talwoft: mothy at J23 50323 ptr ton, as In Lard quiet Jobbing c. qntetand lower: ordinary to prime, lfiftaic. Whisky dull; nctlflod.Jl 121 15. Magio Lanterns. M'ALI.ISTSR'S fafrnt Artoptlron, Ihe mostp-iwerful Magic Lantern isver made; uiunaut uHrnp; jorwome, onnuay SCbOOl and Irl II , ' Iprportttnnna Slide at rednced p ices. A i'Roi-itaulk BDStSKSa TOB X HAS u ITH BA OAMTAt. -taIog.es sent on application. WM.Y.M'ALLISTKIt, t-w 728 Chestnut St., Phllelpia Pa. -337 bales cotton. 48 hntn EMvl.nttnn 73 sacks cotton-seed and 7 packages sundries. "Siii leuuer-au uaaurt cotton, 4S Dags seed - cotton, 7o0 tacks cotton-seed and 7 packages sundries. Geo. w. Cbeek 211 bales cotton, 21 bags seeu-cottontUU sack cotton-seed and 24 pack aces sundrle-. A.J. White -21S bales cotton. 14 bat? kbiI. cotton, 2041 socks cottun-soed and 17 packugf s auiiuiiu). Levee Dots. The Mary Belle is due from New Orleans today. The John B. Maude, will be found in port iu uajr The Emma Graham's pilots are Nick and joe wuien. The Alice Brown passed down with a large tow of coal. The J. D. Parker's pilots are W. H. Kelso and joe Williamson. The Charles Morgan's pilots are Frank O. larrei anu jsanc nrooks. Captain K.W. Dugan is back at St. Louis from his trip to Shroveport. The Fannie Lewis departed Sunday evening Theiearo four feet watr and falllngjreport- iu ,t uiiw river up Wl j kuhbuu port. Captain Ileese Pritchard Is in the city. His many friends will be glad to see him. Th ra have b en fl teen arrivals and ten de partures rrom this port since last report. The Charles Morgan, from Cincinnati to New Orleans will pas this port to-morrow. Thb Smoky City passed down yesterday morning with a tow of twenty-two barges of The John A. Wood passed down Snndav with a tow of eighteen barosof coal for Now Or leans. Pittsburg coal has Ukcn a tumble. Yester. day It was bold to btcamboats at thirty-five ceuuiii dux. Major Adams and Captains Reese Pritchard and Milt Hsny were passengers to the city by rail from Duvall's BlutTyo-teraay. The St. Francis Belle lscomlu-;oat of White iivrwua uuaui uve nunareu oaies ot cotton, and will arrive about noon to-dav. Travelers and shippers will find under the head of " Boats LeavirgTo-Day " all the rella- oie pacKe is going out tnis evf nlng. TheThomss Sherlock inlaying up here re- limimK uuiiiiige? tuner macninery. &ne nos tliirteen hundred tons for tho Onlo liver. A dl-patcn from Little Rock yesterday says Ih.l 1'inl.in Tnlih W 1 V 1 1 1 1 , . . .. . .. v " " v... ... , , in . ...in, iii um Ar kansas river man, died at Pine Bluff Saturday. ihe Thomas Sherlock had her cylinder-head cast at Cubblns fc Gunn's foundry in this city, AiiL. win uc iciwy lu get wuy ims evening or to-night. The Duck and M'Arthtir. In nniwr Rliu,fr and White rivers, are carrying big loads of ooitou, connecting witn the lit Harry line at Jarksonport. Tue baal In port Sunday displayed their colors at hair-mastm rtspect to the memory or aptaln Cly K.ce. His funeral Sunday Cincinnati "nguirer, Saturday : "The steam boat itobert K. Lse is to be sold under a dee.) of trust, made by the Mobile trade company, a' public. ale on Wednesday, L'ecemtw 13th ' iuq uactviu Deuo wcoi uui oo ner nnir inn yesterday evening, ud Captain Jopllu wlii oe kept t.usy suaking nanus and receiving the congratulations of his numerous friends up the bends. The Illinois le't tne steamer Klla at Terrorm taking on oue hundred and Sbveuty-nvo bales o cotion forth.s place, reshlpplng cotton out of the Aikansas. Tho Klla had one hundred ana eighty-nine bales out of White river. uusiuess on tu levee yesterday was lively; thero were fifteen boats In port at one time. a.id the iand'ng was full of freight, cotton and cottou-sted. At the lower-landlng there aie ten fialboats loaded with produce ior this market. I'aiitaln Drlnkwater printed a card In thn Evening Lnlger yesterdny to the effect that "the ra No. 91s not compelled to lay up or withdraw lrom an 7 particular trade hemrien sue pays her score and withdraws her adver tisement irom tue .-ppkai it is hardly polle that the Appeal, In Rt all IntcretWd inthowhyor wherefore ol her withdrawal fr. m the St. Francis rlyer, or any other trade. The caid alludes to our statement, made in good faith and without Intent to mlsreore- Mint his boat, that the Kra No 9 had withdrawn ht-r card from this paper, and we presumed that she had withdrawn imm theet Francis river trade, basing such pre sumption upon tbe probability that tbe water wn uni kiw mr mm io mane paying tripi if Mr. Drlukwater had sent hii card to the Ap- pkai. proper correction would have been made. Itoyal Havana Iuflery 4Jrnl Bstraor ciliary urawiDS WILL TAKE PLACE DECEMBER 23, IS75. 1,200,000 Dallam to ho Distributed. capuai rrlzo, 8300 000. linlT JOOOO UrUrta. This Lottery never no tnnnnthn it rum in nor fall In anything promised. Official list of prizes sent to every purchaser of tickets. Send money bypostollice order, registered letter, express or draft. Bend for circular. All prizes cashed at the rate of exchange. The Second Capital Prize of SOO.OOJ, together with seven other smaller prizes In the Oidl- u-iy urawmgoi flovemoer a, itsio, were soiu in ew uneaus. Prices Whole Ticket, 100j Half, 850; Qunr ter. 825: Tenth. 810: Twentieth. 83. Clnhsi nnr. chasinz tickets to the amount of nvpr sinn win be allowed a discount of 15 per cent. Irom the- aoove rates. Address all orders to MANUEL ORRANTIA, noltfeod 168 Common St., New Orleans La, Ho. 263 SECOND STREET, Opposite Coast Square. JAMSS FLAHSSTY , J. SULLIVAN. FLflHBETf 8TOJJMN, FDRBRAl OKDIETAEBES 317 and 318 Second Street, iiearMonrce : t : : utEMPHlS, TENN .i6gant Robes, Gents' Belts, and all kinds ol offln Trlmmlnca for sale. Bpeclal attention paid to the Removal of Rtmalns. jyis New Flaw Prints ! We are now opening the pfcttlest Stock of 1'KINTH, JEAKK, PLAIDS, and domesticoods gen erally, ever offered In Memphis. We will; selOhem to OOUSTRT SIEBCART LOW DOWN for HON KY to meet the holiday "de mand for EXTRA CHEAP GOODS. fftTBend for Price IJtt.-s- WM, B, MOORE & GO, Anit GSN'L COHMISSIOH MBEGHAHT, NO. HOWARD BOW, orncr Union, 3IEMPHIS, TENS -OF- X- WATCHMAKER. AID JEWE WATOH 3S 33IAMOJ03S, WELRY And Silverware. LEE1 EEPAIRIHU A SPLCIALTT. j S5g Main street DOOR, EASE km BLIND FACTORY. ' o B. S. PLAIU. "W. A. WIX.IJAS W. H. EA3SH. W. H. EADEF & OO., -MANUKACTUREtr ASH, BHDS ARB MOULDING! Office and Factory 358 and 300 Second Street, TVT.-,Tri -Vfri -1 jf DOORS, Tozmoasoe. Seudfor nnr noaMnlK Book and Price Llt. 'o. 208 R. V. In the :Probate Court of Shelb county, Tennesse. Fannie S. Marsh, admit lstratrix, etc, vs. Sim Marsh, et al. BY virtue of a decree for sale entered I i this cause, I will sell at public auetloc, to the highest bidder. In f rout of the cour -house door, on Main street, Memphis, on Saturday, December 18, 18?5, within legal hours, the following describe I real estate, to-wit: LvinR and being In 11 j Sixth Civil district of Shxlhv nrnntTjrnnnu.. see, as follows : Aiior lot o. 4, contnlnlne 37 44-100acres.lt lngonthe west side or the BIb Creek: plank road, bounded as follows: on the east bv Marsh s avenue. nn thiAVMihvtha T..,r ' lands, on the north bv thn Angus, on the south by the land of felmeoii 112U. Lot No. 2. containing 23 24-innnr.rM- iriiw each side of said plank: road and near Wo. : river, bounded as follows: On the east by th 1 land of Cherry, on the west by the lands tilt. Ilnvllnnl. l.f. V. . 1. I ... . . .. v- ... nil ii i".,ii'., ii n iuu uuiku uy L n lands Of Simeon Marsh, nn th cnnlh he th . lands of the John R. Marsh estate. Also a portion of lot No. 5 containing 25 hi,. 100 acres, lying on the north side ol said plan.c road, bounded as follows: On the east by th lands of Marv A. Mnnih. nn thn trwt hv ft... dower of Fannie S. Marsh, on tho north b - (ueinuus oi meesiate or jonn K. Marsh, on tunsuuiu u me mKcreeK pianKrooa. For a more perfect description of thee lot reference Is made to plan of subdivision mad by C. C llurk, County Surveyor, in case oc Mary A. Marsh, et al vs. John H. Marsh et al Mo. 545. Jf. R. D.. First (:hanrn.- rnrt .,- Shelby county. The minimum value of said land Is KM pet acre. Terms of Sale One-third cash, balance lit six and twelve months, purchasers exeeutln. notes Willi approved becurity, and a ilea wilt be retained until the purchase inoaey 1; wholly paid. This November 13, 1S73. . JAMES KEILLY, Clerk. E.M. Iloara.solforcompru nolo Non-Resident Notice. No. 1579 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee B. P. Anderson, Com", misslonerof Revenue.vs. Hannah Gray.et a: . IT appearing from the Sheriff's return in tL i. cause that the defendants William Gra and Frank Oray are not to be found-la hi s county: It Is therefore ordered, That they matto their appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis, on or before theflrsi Monday in January, 1S76, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, orthesam. will ba taken for con-fessed as to then. and set lor hearing ex-parte; and that u copy of this order be published once a week foi four successive weeks, in the Mempln Appeal. This 22d day or November, liSTo. A copy attest: EDMUNu a. cuLK, Clerk and Master By E. B. M'Heitkt, Deputy C. M. John Johnston. Sol, for Complt noZS-tti Non-Resident Notice. No. 1631. In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee-B. P. Anderson, Com missioner orRevenue.vs. Mary Malone.et al. IT appearing irom the bill in this cause Which IS SWOrn tn that 1.1m .lofonrtanta IVm B. Duncan, David Duncan, Francis U rain and W. W. Sherman firm nf nnn..nn Kho nan .4. Co.) and Andrew J. Wood are non-residents ol the State of Tennessee; and It appearing froci the Sheriff's return in this cause that the de fendant A. Radjesky Is not to be found In hi county: It is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, at tho courthouse in tne city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in January, 1676, and plead, answer or demnr to comnlalnant'R hi it. nr th same will be taken lor confessed fto them and set for hearing xparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, lor four sue . ive weekp. In the Memphis Ap peal. Tnls22ddayof November. 1875. Acopy-attest: EDMUND A. COLE, .. Clerk and Master. By E. B. M'Henky, Deputy C.AM. John Johnston. Sol, for Compl't. no2S-tu Public gale Of Valuable atemphU Real Estate Im proved and Unimproved. rWILL cell to the highest bidder, at the County courthouse In the city of Memphis, TUESDAY, JAhCiUT 11, J&76, the following property, belonging to the estate of Robert B.ack, cec'd:The house and lot No. Si, Block 7, northeast corner Bradford street and Jones avenue, 50 feet front on Brad ford uy 150 feet on Jones avenue; a good frame cottage, good cistern, high ground, and o eoi the prettiest lots in that neighborhood. Also, vacant lot No. 37, Block i, fronting 69 feet on Mosby street by 119 feet, running tbrough t Robeson street; a very denirable bulldln site and will be sold In one lot or In two, as bidders may desire. Also, those very desirable lot Nos. 232 and ZB,frontlns 14834 ' et . n Saffaraus street and 14SJ4 feet on sixth street. Also, east half of lots Nos. ill and 235, with a front of 7IJ4 feet on Ureenlaw and 145J4 feet on Sixth streets, all In close proximity to the street-oar lint-. Also, an undivided half Inter. h lnlotsos. 6,7 and 8, Block 7, and the cotton shed there on, belonging to the iormer firm of Blaeft, Estes&Co. Tnls property Is situated on ten nessee and Uuling streets, havlug a fionto IfcO feet on Tennessee street by a depth of i: icci, t uuuiug luruugu io lynesier street, 'tne cotton-shed includes all the ground except 5t feet on the south side, which may be sold sep arately. Terms of Sale One third cash; balan e In six and twelve months with si . per cent, in terest. Notes with security and lien retained. JAMES W. ANDKRSON, Executor of Robert H ack decesseri. S" Persons desirous to buy any of the above property will please examine it, and attend prepared to bid, as the sale is pereo'ptory and without re'erve, and to be sold on full war ranties of title, free of incumbrance, the pur chasers paying the taxes of iS76. Deposit of 10 per cent, required of purchasers ct tho time and place of sale. TrtEZEVANT &, CO dec" eod td Agents, etc. Administrator's Notice. rilHE undersigned having qualified at ad X mlnislrator of the estate of James Joyee deceased, and letters of administration there on having been Issued to him by the Probate Court of Phelby county, Tennessee, hereby notifies all persons who have claims against the said estate to present them to him, properly authenticated, at No. 347 Front street. Mem phis. Tenn.. within the time Drecrihed bv law, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery; and all persons Indebted to said estate are reauested to come forward anil make payment. PATRICK HALLEY, Administrator estate of James Joyce, dee'd. KSGdAVING A SPECIALTY". SV .. " .k '-o Floorings. Mantels. Mouldlners. Ceilinir. Lnttie.Wnrlr. Woll.Tnhln-. IVnr nnrl Wlnrtn- - I C ra m c.u 17o t hnrhrtanllinf Uasa.nnnivla 'Pi-nlH Ukni-i ..-.- a.n rtr. I lHWa MeniDhiS and Jn0XVilIe Railroad. M5SLnaiKS fS their reeovery; and aU persons indebted to I VJV.I L. , T 1 1 . . - . .. . " " I KHIQf - i Dmugitn. rieiLuu iiuiuua DttWDU lu utuuruil tuiuu HUUC0, A T the reouest of many friends of the Mem- ft. phis and Knoxville Railroad, a special meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be neiu on Tnesday, December 14th, at 4 p.m., to consider the question of recommending aid on the part of our citizens to this Important enterprise. j. x. pjsitit, resident. MISSISSIPPI & TENNESSEE H.E W. W. 80H00LFIKLD. Hknky G. Millee. Jouia Hanaueb. Hbnby Tuohas. B & CO CHANGE OF SCHEDtFtE. fN AND AFTER SUNDAY, OCTJBEK J 31, 1H75, trains will run as follows: LEAVf. AERIVTE N.m HfIbbm. U.ll .lli "1 - .I I rt ... ,........ -,cn v . tvau.i juati, iuuijh.muw ..ii Express Train, dally (except annuay.........0Mjp.m, sauaun Freight and Accommodat'n, daily (except Sunday)...5 0 a.m. 4 So p.m Close connections made at Grenada with trains North and fouth for all points. For further Information apply to Ticket oince, No. al Main street, and at depot. ai. ou nu,, auperwienueni. Uvsi spied. Ticket Aeont. oct31 HANADE WHOSESA-S ROGERS, COTTON FACTORS AMD GENERAL COMMISSION ioa.,jS, 256 FBONT STREET, 31EMPHIS, TENNifiSSEE. We keep constantly on hand the largest and most complete stock of Groceries ana Plan, tatlon anpplleft In ihfi' city. Making Flonr, Bacon, vlrelnln Tobnecog, Uagglng and Ties a specialty. Sole agents for II. 0. Cole & Co.'s celebrated brands of Flour, viz: FFFG, Cole's Extra, ', Orange, et. Also, agents for the Gallatin Mills Sheetings and Cotton Yarns, and Vlnrinia Shot. Merchants will cnnsnlt thAtr lntj Mtjs tv rnlitnv nMPTflmin. nn stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our Mr. Louis Hanauer presides ove the Cotton Depart- meni,, giving nis personal aiteniionito selling ind weighing. au28 Nen-Kesident Notice. No. 2105 In the First Chancery Court of 8hel- Dy county, xeiinesee a. f.Anaerson. uom- misslonerof Revenue, etj., vs. Jacob Lutr, ei. ai. It appearing from tbe bill which Is sworn to in this cause that tho delendant, Rosa Bloom, is a non-resident of the State of Ten nessee and a resident ol Pennsylvania: It is therefore ordered, That she make her appearance herein, at the Courthouse In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, on or before tbe first Monday in January, 1876. and plead, answer or uemur io complainant's Dili, or tbe same will be taken for confessed as to her, and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In tho Memphis Appeal. mist id a ay ot December. io. A copy-attest. EDM UND A. COLE, Clerk and-Master. By E. B. McIIenry, D. C. & M. John Johnston. Sol, for Com p't. dec7-tu CHAMPION! CHA MPION! CHAMPION! a-ss-ifSl -Trustee's Sale. BY the power conferred on me in a certain Deed in Trust executed by John Somer vell to mo as Trustee, and recoi ciea on tne loth day of July, 1S74, In tbe Register's office of Shelby county. Tennessee. In Book No. 7. pace 879, for the purpose of securing the payment of a certain note In raid deed mentioned, X win. at tne request oi tnenenenciary, on liluTJd3T,ine Utli uay or danuarj, 1S70, as nnsnrpassable. Ten sizes, with Patent Reservoir and Iron Closet for heating water In I Ruth Ivnnmfl iiin hn DttDnhaH Ia .nn Dl.. 1 1- . ..... .1 . . . . . . .!. .,.l 1 ., A ir mM. I " v .viu 111 au Iftk 1 11 vl nubklllU'llUUSD VI X . HI. 1J lyl vl 111 v. , . 60 Second street. Memphis. Tennessee, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash. tbe property conveyed to me' by Bald deed, consisting of the law and miscellaneous libra ry ol said John Somervell. dec7-tu JOHN OVERTON, JK., Trustee. TWENTY SIZES, WITH AND WITHOUT COPPER-LINED RESERVOIRS AND IRON HOT CLOSET. The molt Economical, the most Durable, thn V.nslpttt Manners.! nnd Rut Baking Stoves. The great variety and number or sizes offered In the Champion enables the purchser to be suited In price and size. We also offer the CILBBRTD MONITOR, FOR COAL OR WOOD, 9 A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions olyoutb, nervous weakness, ear ly -Jecny, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure vou, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered bynt mis. slouarj' in Eouth America. Bend a self ad dressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T.Inican, Station D, Bible House, New York city.eod&w 18 1 TJH-ION STBEBT 1 15 PLANTATION FOB SALE. ON THE 20rn OF DECEMBER, 1875, WILL be ofiered for sale, under a decree of the chancery Court at tbe courthouse In the town of FloreyvlUe, Bolivar county, Miss, the plantation known as tbe" Matthews Place " located within two (Z) miles or the river land 1" nt Neblett's. Also, about 40(1 acrra nn - Lake, within two miles of Fiorpwiiio but particulars Inquire ol E. A. COLE, Here anu master un an eery Comt, dec9 Memphis, Tenn. Trustee's le. RY virtue or a Deed of Trust made lo me as Trustee bv Patrick Kerr, on the the 17th of March, 1875. on record in the oftlce of the Register of Gibson county, Tennessee, in Bcok No. 3, page 19, I will, In front of said prop erty, on Wednesday, 29th Day of December, 1875, within legal hours', at Milan, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, at public anction, for cash, tbe following described property In Milan, Tennessee, viz: A lot of land, begin ning at a stake l'.O feet southwest (or with the llneol tbe depot grounds) from the corner of Main street ana ront row tn Deing tne cor ner of lot No. , In the name of A. J. Fields), and running thence alright angles with said Flelds'sllne 60 feet lo a stake on an alley; thence with ald alley 2 feet to a stake: thence at right angles B0 feetto stake on Front row prdepotjgrounda; thence with the line of saiuuepoigroucusui reel to tne beginning Deing me same propeny conveyed oyu. . Drewry to Patrick Kerr, December a. 1871. WSile made to pay the notes sesuied by the trust. Title goo, but 1 convey only as trustee. dec7-.wtu. S, F. WALKER, limine, Dealers In Stores, Tinware, Horme-Farnlshijjg Articles, Coal 01', Lamps, Etc., IS and 15 Monroe Si. 2 : : Meninhis. Tinn. M. ' NEW GOODS! HEW GOODS! artJEIT .X01I-7'-: 600 bbls. and linlf-bbli. Flonr. 800 boxen BS. T. Cn-eie. 100 tabs choice Table Batter. 400 bass Bio and Java 4'ofrae. 1000 pbn. New JSncteerel. 379 pkn, New Fickle and Plcafeet. 1300 ease. New canned Prnit. 500 caaea Hew Jclllea and Preserves. 6.10 phgs. Larti. SO bbl. noralny anil Grita. 3UO bbls. Sugar varlon- crades. 300 pkga. Nyrnp and ttolrmtra. 130 p-k. New llrrrlDgand Whltefisli. OOO enea Haltnon anil Lobstera. uu iikks. nni anu iinlslns. 33 tiercel New Iiami, Ete. Etc. 83 CSV. 3S303LXj-"5? 336 1'rrpt cfrf, cot. Union, Memphis, Tenn. r Captain J. 1 OAML iHEBS ct ndncti oar Cotton Department. octlo Trustee's Sale. Tr virtue ofa df ed of trust made by James jj wens to me as trustee, anu record H1 in tne Register's office or Shelby county, Tenn., In Record boos No. 106, page 268, 1 will sell on Wednesday, December 13, 1873, at 11 o'clock a jn., on the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, Memphis, Tenn., the following described property, viz: Lying on the south side rf Monroe street PTlimli and known as part ol Block No. I'M, together with the dwelling-houses situated upon the same and known as Nos 213 and 215; the 'aid property being a lessehold, having about three years and six months to run. baid prem ises will be sold for cash, to satlsiy the debt therein mentioned. The title is believed to be godd, but I sell as trustee only. t. A. POOL. Trustee. Trust Bale. BY virtue of a deed of trust made by John and Nannie Hunter and W. K. Kastlam' to Joseph Wlllltts. trustee, recorded in boon 103, page 527, etc., In the Register's office ot I Shelby county, Tennessee, I will sell, on Monday, 27th day of iJecember, 1875 at public auction, for cash, to the highest bidder, at the north side or court qnare, in the City of MemDhls. Tennessee, thn r..l vw,n . described lots of land, being the same em braced in said trust deed, viz.: Lots No. 1, and 3, which are subdivisions ol lute i ami -im Jesso M. Tate's subdivision, having a front o.i Orleans street of 50 feet eacn, and running back eastwardly 103 feet 4 Inches, situate at the southeast corner of Orleans and Tate streets In the city of asempuls, in SiiJbr county, Tennessee. Right of redemption is waived in said deed, and tbe sale will do made free therefrom. novgl JOSEPH WI LITTa, TraMw. Administrator's Sale or Fine Parmat IIor Lnke.Df pol. !. klsslppl and TeuuetMee K. il., n atile froiu Hempb.l. ON ihe 22d ol December, 1875, 1 will Oder lor sale.at auction, to the h gbest. bidder, oti the piemlses,tbe residence of the late colo el ouis xiowus, at iiora aseiepot, Mit., con sisting of 100 acres or land, good frame cottage, barn, and all necessary outbousw attached sixty acres under cultivation, with line i can orchard. Terms or Sale-One third cah; balance In twelve and elghten months, tor whicn noles will be taken with approved security, aad which will be a Hen on the property uatll paid. KD K. HART, Administrator. Memphis, November 23, 1878. -'rustee'a Male, BY virtue of a deed or trust made to me aa trustee, by N. Uotton and his wife J.S. Ootton. on the 1st day of May, 1873, and nott in notebook No. 7, page 230, and recorded ou the 8th day of May, 1873, In record book So. 93, page 675, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note mentioned and described to said deed of trust, and at the request or the beneficiary of said deed of trust, I will, oa Tuesday, December 14, 1875, on the premises hereafter described. In the town of Bartlett, Tennessee, proceed to sell, at pnbllo auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the town lot named In said deed or trust, nod described as follows, to-wit: Being a partoi block 3, In the plan or said town or Rattled and beginning at a stake In tbe old Mempbfci and Somervllle plankroad north 87 eighty feet to a stake: thence 33 feet to a Maker thence north 115 feet to a stake In an avenue' thence west with said avenue 125 feet to a take; thence south 232 feet to a stake on 4! old plankroad: thence east with said road W feet to the beginning, said lot lying and belnc In the town of Rartlett, seventh ci vil district ol Bhelby county. Tennessee. I w; l aim sell, together with said lot, the gristmill, sawmill, boiiers. engine, blacksmith shop, wood shec and mlllhoue, erected on said town lot, wits all ol the privileges and appurteBaneesthef nnto belonging. Right of redemption w&lvnl. Title be!lvt to be good, but i will only convey a truiitco. Hale to take place between the hoars of in o'clock aan. and - o clock ; ra. November u, ioo. JAMK8 W. ELMORE, Trustee.