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TU1? MTSBdTPKIS xJ&IZTT A.lSA.IJ-FJRIIA.'Y'c MARCH 10, 1876.
FINANCE AND TRADE. Monetary business wassflt yester day , not a bank hud an iota of news to impart. Exchange was in very moder ate receipt nd slow demand at the usual i discount buying on New York, selling nt i piemium; Xew Orleatm buying at diicouut and felling at par. Gold has bean eteady the last few days, and all morning remained at 114 J In Now York : here the butlers were ofleringll3J. Memphis tax f crip quotes lower, as will be seen by referring to the quotations I e'o but there Is some Irregularity In the price. Memphis tax H-rip of 1675 qtuteeSS buying and 90 selling. Interest-paying crip we da not nuote, on ac count of its irregulaiity; there is no set t e:l rate for it. Oa ullver the brokers litre are no 1 nger paying any premium btite comp'roiier'a wavam are very Bcrca anu urrn: the isasuvuie A.meri can of TuesJsy reports them scarce there at 90 buying, telling at 97)99. Tne same paper reports the bancs mere an doing ntiip. money easy at tu pir cent , ex change on New York taken at i dig cmrit and sold at S2 & thou- nana prem.um. ftew orir. papirs report late Herce conflicts " at their "Wall etree'. institution" the plot thickens faiguine Individuals the bears renewed their onslaught oppos Jng cliques, fury, guerillas tiuce to die- po.e or the deal and attend to the wounded." Such are the terms in which the recent Wall street doing are re corded. Tne tempest is no doubt worthy of the teapot it was brewed in. The N.w York Tribune lacenU that trade cannot be fpokenofas active, except that there has bsen a brs!i exportation of grain. The U&Iiiaiore Gazette reports the gene- nl merchaudlsa niartuU quiet, but with ifmness m cotton, sugars ana pro T4S.OJ8. Buying. M eraphlstftzicr1p.. 'jOQCJ Mcmpb m tax scrip, l37o Jiig - Belling. 0a- ion y warrant's 'U-ij Bi:e warrants- Arkanjufi State tcrlp C7sa 73375 The cotton market yesterday was steady, aLd .lea were to a fair amount, without, however, the tuyancy oi a few days a&o. Ihe markets generally were steady, but there were some tokens at the latter porilon nf the day of re duced fctrengtb. New Orlcau3,eipeci&Ily, at tbe clcsn fil Ju, which was a rast'er f !urprko to most. New York wts firm In spots, ai-d futures advanced, butpatt cf the advance was lost toward evening. Ltverprw 1 was easier, and for arrivals de clined I 321 a' the close, la our mar ket, quotations were prtsrved. There was a nood inquiry for all gradeo. Ur -pr g'ttile1 w. re field tlrmly, lower easy, and dus'y all ird-nl Kime conceecious. Biow mid l i; k there wi a general de etre ti eUvct tae. Quotations at tbe M mpjlj cotton tx;haiige wore ai fol 1 we: Trtlrrday jrd um 1 . . 74.4 8 c ir mry.... i '4 Li;? nlddilug -Ql-li MllJ'lru I2-Sl25l ond n'M!ne- (SIS U idling fa!r- fU- Day bfore. 8- - 13- 14- Market quiet; eale3 were 2300, of all of which spiDiieis took 1200 balfs, ex portTa 700 tales epeculatcra 400 bales. Dusty oottonn quote 57c; stained, 7 11c. Prce of middling same time last year, 15 s. COTTON STATEMENT. 1S75-6. Received yesterday, l, Total . 422,556 1K7J-5. 1873-1. 291.SVI b;s l.:i9fi H0) HhiCDed yoiterday. 3023 To'-ai- 31U.2I2 216,600 310.141) HtocK ZZlmporU. li. P. 284; . 75.SSKJ 51,053 58,631 -M. & C. R. R., 531; M. & T. U. & N. G. 8 R- JL, 227; P. , 66; 61. & lu R. R. W., P &M it 256;ttaamcra, 375; estimated per wagons ano other Bource", iw. Exports. hi &C.R.R, C69; L. & N. G. B. R. R , 1530; steamers south, 818; by rail nortn, 2205. The following are the official tele grama of the condition of the domestic market1) as received at the cotton ex change: L.Httt Ttlegrwnt. mat of i Jtt- I Market. 'ce'U. S"ta. I'rice Middling- Ualvetton-j Steady. Oalet. Finn, lower. Sieady. Oul t. .til 1,721 1,1V ! W2 2-! 11 New Orl'ns Mobile Bavannah. Cbarleton- WllmlCEfn, Norlolk. Steady. 1,113 12- Baltimore.-! Firm. New York j Flim. Boston.. ! iu'ct, l'hlla'lphlhl Bt. LouU tiulet. Angnsta I StAly. 131 92 8 xeaterday's New York closing tele gram reports: Ordinary, 9 3-16 j; good or Unary, 10 H-I63; low middling, 11 15 18c; middling, 12Jc. Price of middling came time last year, 16le. Bales, 1216 lalea. Rsceipf, 814 bales; so far this week, 0270 bales. The tone of the market at 10:30, steady; 12:05, quiet and firji; 2:10, quiet; 3:05, quiet uui firm. The following aro the closing rates in New York futures for yesterday and the day Lefori : VK8TEBDAY. DAY KEFOBC. March... April May June July Auguiit . . ir-ai2 13-10 , 15-1313 ... !wj;ti3 5-is !13 a-10!. -!J3U 1.1-10 il3 i-l'gll 1 12 13-1CSI2 '12 15-16(513 I3U&13 o Id I3M119-1C isjiisw- 0 Silts. 17,000; tone of market at 10:10, shade taslir; 10:45, quiet and stetdy; 11:30. steadier; 12:10, quiet and Arm; 1:35. sliH'ie easier; 3:15 steady. New Orleans yesterday quoted mid dling 12Jc at the clofce, against 15J-S at the same time last year; receipts, 1721 bales; thus far this week, 32,603; sales, 9300. The market was qaiet at Jc de cline. Yesterday's Liverpool closing tele gram reports: Uplands, 6d; 0lean3, 6 9-16J; sales, 10,000 bates, of which 6000 were American- Received, bales, of which 11,200 were American. The price of middling same time last year, 7. J. The market was easier. The Liverpool market for arrivals was dull at the opening, closed quiet at 1-321 lower February (shipments, Sa vannah or Charleston, l.m.c , sail, 6d; ditto, 1 m c , 6 3 166 7 32d; February aid SUrcb, ditto, l.m c, 0 3-16J. March deliveries, Savannah or Charles ton, g.o c steamer. 6d; March and April ditto 6 3 32Iand61J; April and May, C 3 32J; May and June, ditto, 6d; June anl Ju'y, ditto. C 5 16d. Gold in New York closed at 114; eame time last year, 115. The movement at all the porta was re ported as follows: 1 Thu 1 LHDt 1 Week. I Week. Itiame Time LASt i car. Kec'ts since F'y ExptsO. BrlUlnl Exp's to Oontln'l 1 Hlock 1 6o.C2." 1 5-7, 31,823, 786 5101 72.S16I 5471 15 107 35,(0 740,133 733,065; The vroddce exciianoe was again wanting in animation yesterday,becatue there was so little merchandise ollerlng. No up-stream biat had been in for three days; a SL Louis boat, with a good Ioa.1, arrived at noon, which was too late for tae morningM market. Corn was In eager request; eastern foreign ehipmeits have strengthened tbo price, and 47c was ottered by buyrj; there was very lit'le to us bad, aud llitboat holders asked 502, at which rate we heard of no eale. Oats are lifeless; a little lot of 50 Backs of mixed sild at 42 i. Kmn was held at $13 5914 It is reported that a cant act has beau ma le for a steady sup -j ly of corn bran at S10 a ton 1oo3p. Cornmeal was again eelltng at $2 30 barrel. Potatoes were not to bo heaid oi; 70c a barrel appears to have proved a "ockdclleger," and owners must havp retired to private life, for they were n t Jieaid from, neither were their carrlagee, their outriders, tbe'r laquais, nor their gold hat-bandel vale'-s to be teen on the etrcetf. In short, poUtots are "forter BslKcaped," their glory is departed, acd the festive song cf the flstboat is tieaid no mor. I'ovisiom are in active leaiaud, and the principal house for li g product is doing a very active busi ness. The Chicago Tribune, of Wednes day, reports an tasler and less active marfceN which was 'dull and generally rather weak, In f ympathy with bogs, which were quoted 510j per 100 lbs. lower. Tne weather was bad for hat d.ing either hog or product, and cash esles were therefore tlow, New York was dull, but probably only because Chi cigo was on the downward tnrn, as there was n.o change In Liverpool. The market weakened rather under the ln ij lTerence of buyer than the eagerness of sellers, aa the offering were rot larse: but tbe tone of the market indicated that much more property would have Less on sale if wanttd." The cienekai, market was decided ly dull yesterday; there were but very elender arrivals of produce, and the gro- c-ry stores gave few signs of animation. gg were much heavier thn before; they are becoming increasingly plenty, with no great life in tbe demand; salon in store were fntn 12 to lis, 12c the prevalent rate. Chict&nt excite but a molerate degree i f attention, and prices are low; roosters aod inferior. $2 503,1; mixed and all hens, $3 25 4 25. Tarteys, gectc and ducks were conppicuous oy uieir absence," and we have nothing 10 report of them. Onions were hardly aiked for. Apples are in little inquiry at S44 59 for good, 5 5 50 for New York pippins and willow twigs. Cabbages have been negleited ana row are arriving; good frth liiuiei ana brinz S9 a hundred. Bcct-rools. Louisiaue, are on'y in moderate rcquet at S2 60 a nrM. JJutler U lifeless at 15 30. Beef quarters and carcasses are duller now Lent Lai set in. The following are the merchants' wholesale cash prices, as reported by the chamber of commerce: KIXJUR Steady: snperflne. II 75(35: dou ble ex'ra, t iyvij 75; tiehlo extra, fftjio 5); Choice, ST C537 7o; fancy. JdQS DO per bol. COKNMEaLi Steady ; kllu-drie-J, J2 1 J2 M par uui. COltN-Steady ; mlxea, iSSWa ; white, l$350c ner bath. OATsi-Klrm; mixed, 17019c; white, 53S5!c; IUU.N-Pair demand: 317S18. IIAV Qalet; choice woateru. J20321; prai rie. 110-31 1 : mlxod. SIS 21S nr Inn. BAUUN (packed) ubuulilcrs lOJ-eSlOUe; Iodr clear flies, 13Uc; clear rib hides, 13H13c: clear hides, l!3Ic; breakfast, Hynic;na- Sftr-cuim aauis, iy25u c. 1). H. MKATd-Qnitt; EbouIdeiB, 9jg9Kc; long cleirs!de.12iinl2i: cl!rrlb RlJes.i jc ; ciMu kiat, uam, ii.'li-; luesa pur&, S2I: ramoed Dork. S2I: nacetil sc higher. LAUD Finn; In llerccs, 13k14c; In Kegs, Hfs; half barrels, UWc; pa"', Hc. flU-jKiiEX' Kegs, iuflgl 9i; half barrels, KAU1MO STDFFd Steady ; bagin, 2 and 24, 13313Hc; baling twlno, H&Mc; Iron Hen, &XQ&ic: pieced ties S!4l:. MACKErtELi Firm ; hall bbls., No. 1, ?9a Q Frfl. Half hhla CT " ' . . . .. T , I . V.I V ,. 3, 7a7 tO; kits, Ho. 1, SI 75g2; klta, No. 2, 51 50 -J . KIU. .1 lt , fl W COFFEE oalet: ordluai'y. aik.a21c: fir. 21 S21Uc ; good, 2Jg23 ; prime, 2:ic ; choice,: 1c ; Java, 00c it. vis oramary 10 cnoice, nmw per lb. HUUAlt LOOIXIANA lnhhds.vtcidv: ralr TJJc; rally fair, 8c; prime, bxc; choice, 6c; yeiiow ciAnnai,v;',iiuK: wnitu ciarineu, iuiy lie prIb.:barrelbU,Kc higher. HUUAlt KEFINE1) Standard A, lWic; crnHhed and powdered, ll12c; grauulaied, it2 rer id. MOuA3dE3 Firm: common. 40a: fair. 45⁣prlme,5235Ic; strictly prime, 65g57c; ittacy cuuico, w(('c per irai. ox iiura-amnion 10 laney.iuciasi per gal. CUEESK Western, 133Uc-per lb oAljl WJirse and common nne. SlTOSl 75: dairy, In bbb?.'K7533; Liverpool coarse, sacks. 11 &Jtii u; Liverpool une, sacks, 51 bgi per bbl. ouAt- ttesmana uerman.assxc per in. CANDLKH lloxes. lull wrfirnt. ItS&lGMc: ball box, fuU weight, 16)31(5ic; quarter box, siakuu-m per 10. WHlSKY-ttcQH per gal. LIME Jt SMI 50 por bbl. CEMENf Louisville. $2 25: Kosedale. 12 75 per bbi. CHUULiuiTdASiii -Apple- poarce; r bol, ;5a;Ibmonsperbox,5;or.ni:cs per )X. 21a5: Dutatoes 1'ectiblou-n. 81 SVa.1 75: enrly rose, SI 2-l 90; early Goodrich, SI 75y 1 90; L. I I2S2 25; russw, SI 201 40; pink eye, tlfctl 25: onions. 232 50: kraut, barrels. S5&03U; Kraut, half barrels,?.! 25; beans, per bUhhe!,S160l 75; dried apples, SQSKc; dried MISCELLANEOUS Nails, per kec. 310; vlneaar, per gallon, lb'S2c; tobacco, per lb, 4ScSl: spice, 18320c; pepper, aig22e; sar dines, $15 503'8; oysters, 1 lb. w.r90c; oytterp, iis. jt twat o: co"ii on. isnia-; matcbe". J4 75Q7; cotton ropetI820c; grass rope, 12 ifc; powoer, ucyi, o; tuoi, patent, i 250; soda, kejs, 55Kc: soda, cass, G&0)3. MONEY 2IAUKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, March 9. Rentes, 66f. S0. NEW ORLEANS, Match 9. Gold, 114; sight, I premium; sterling, bank, 557(g557i. LONDON, Match 9. The rate of dis count in the open market for three months bills is per cent., being per cont. below the iia.uK or England rate. Consols for money. 94 1-16; on accouut, 94 5-16; 5-20-1 of J865, 105; 5-20jof 1867, 107; 10 403, 105; new fives, 105; Ney xorK central, iui; Jirie, i&j; Jtirie pre ferred, 30. NEW YORK, March 9. Money easy at 34 per cent. xTimo mercantile pa per, 4J5 per cen. Customs receiptF, $353,000. Tne as'istant treasurer dis bursed S154.000. Clearings, $22,000,000. Gold opemd at 114J, and closed at 114. Carrying rates-were l to 3 psr cent. Uovernment conaswere stroDs; coupons of 1881, 123; do. 1865, ll&J; do. 1S55, new, ll9i; do. lSoT.ilj; do. '68, 123; new five, 118; 10-40j, regu- lar, 118J; coupons, 118J; currency 6 j. 12.J5. State securities were dull; Tenneuseo 6s, old, 42; Tennessee 6s. new. 41; Virginia, .old, 3i; Vir ginia, new, 34; Missouri 0s, 103 Railroad bonds linn and in good de mand. The stock exchange business was confined mostly to Lake Shore, Western Union and Pacfic Mail; out side of these shares the market was du 1 Lake Shore was strong; Western Union and Picinc Mali about steady; Oaios advanced , and Union Pacific declined to 68r. closing at 68; Canton declined to 41 and at the close rallied to 43 bid, 45 asked. Tlure was rather more than Ucual done in long eeller's options to-dcy, generally sixty days, chiefly In Western Union and Lake Saore, which were about J per cent, nnd-r the price in the regular way Qa.-Utions aegrcaied 175.000 shares, cf which 18 00J were P-i citlc Mail 5l.(K0 Western Uaion. 67,000 Lake dhore, 8T0!) Ohio?, aud 7000 Micti leau Central. Closing quotations were: Western Union telegraph, 6b; Pa cific Mall, 22; Adams Express compa 1 y 1C5: Wtlis & Fargo'e Expiess com pany, 87; American Expreas com pany. 63; United StateaExpre33 compa ny, 75; New York Central, 116; Erie, 18; Erie preferred. 35; Harlem, 143; Har lem preferred, 134; Michigan Central, 63 ; Union Pacific stock,683 ; Lake Shore, 64 1; Illinois Central, 102; Pittsburg, 95j; Northwestern common, 43; Northwestern preferred, 6S; Cleve land, Columlus, Cincinnati and In dianapolis, 51; New Jersey Central, 106i; Rock Island, 110; St. Paul, 43; St, Paul preferred, 80; Wabash, 103J; Wabash preferred.109; Ft. Wayne, 104; Terre Haute, 5; Terre Haute preferred, 18; Chicago and Alton, 3; Chicago aud Alton prefer'd, 10S; Ohio and Mississippi, 21; Indiana Central, 4; Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy, 18; Hannibal aud St. Joseph, lfcj; Delaware and Lackawanna, 18; Atlantic and Pacific telegraph, 19; Central Pacific bonds, 10Si; Union Pacific bonds. 105J; Union Pacific land grants, 103; Union Pacific sinking fund, 92; Mariposar7; Mariposa preferred, 8; Panama, 33; Missouri Pacific, 113. DRY GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, March 9. The pack age trade in cotton good prints and dress coods was more active, and there was better feeling in jobbing branches. Com mon coods steady with azenta, but ir- recular In jobbers' hands. Cotton dress goads in good demand, and worsted ehaw's more active. Sprague's fancy prints will be reduqed. to 6c to-morrow. Woolen goods for men's wear quiet. rEODUUE MARKETS. BY TKLEQBAPH. CHICAGO, March 9. Flour dull. Wheat irregular, but In tbe main high er; No. 2 spring, 97ic. Corn dull aud a shade lower; No. 2 mixed, 43243c Oats nominal. Fork in fair demand and higher, $22 1522 20. Latd in fair de mand and higher, 13?. Bulk meats firm. Whisky, $1 05. LOUD3VILLE, March 9 Flour actl wheat quiei. Corn quiet, 45'2,462. Oats quiet, 37llc. Hay dull, SIb Provis ions firm. Pork, $23. Bulk meatj, 9, 12.1512.25. 12 50?. Bacon, 10, 13, 13c. Sugar-cured hams, 14(3514 c Lard tierce, 1414c; keg, 15tl5Jc. Whis ky firm, asking $1 05. Rigging steady, 125,132. NEW ORLEANS.ivch 9. Sugar common, 66c; fzf to fully fair, 6$7c; prime to choice, 7J7jc. Mo lasaes prime to strictly "prime fer menting, 4.yajoue; prime to choice re- boiled, 45a52c F.our double extra, $4 25; treble extra. $o(a,6 25; choice and family, $8 607 75 C3rnmeal,$2 40. Corn, 54(35Se. Oa's, 42 15c. Bran, 80c. Hay prime, $1920. xork firmer; job bing, $2424 50. Dry al. meats, 8i9, 133l3lc. Bacon, 10, 14114c. Hams firm; choice BUgar-cured acarce, 145(a15?. Lard tierce, relioed, jobbing at 13c; keg, 14c R'ce firm; common to choice Louisiana, 4'Si6ic: prime SouUi Caro lina, 7c. Whisky rectified, $1 0S 1 12. CoiTee oidinary to niimc, 16 18j2. CINCINNATI, March 9 Flour dull Wheat dull at $1 10l 30. Corn irreeu- I ir, but in the main higher at 4750j. OaU dull at 3o(?.40. Pork nominal, 23. Lard steady with a fair demand; seam, 13 0513c; kettle, 13S14i. JUIK meata quiet, but firm, at 8f , 12, JL' (j12c Bjicon steady aud firm at 9, 13Ja)i3Jc. Whisky firmer, nominally $104. Butierqoiet. ST. LOUIS, March 9. Flour steady aud a lair demand for medium fan ex tras at $1 505 75. Wheat unrettlod and little doine; No. 2 fall, $1 48 1 49; No 3 do., SI 35. Corn quiet; No. 2 mlxed,39(ai39 ! cub; 400 jc April. Oils quitt; No. 2 mixed, 33 jc bid cash; 33c bid March. Rye dull at 61c bid. Pork quiet; jobbing at S23. Bull meats dull; only joo-lots selling at 8. 1212c. Bacon quiet and fcteady at 9j, 1313, 1313'2c. Lard nominal. Whisky firmer at $1 05l 05. NEW YORK. Marjh 9 Flour in 1 ttic better request; superfine and State, Sl4 50; St. Louis, $5 259; rye Hour steady. Cornmeal heavy at $2 553 10. wheat steady, with a little better de mand: No. 2 Chicago, $1 221 26. Corn steady. Oats a shade firmer; mixed western and State, 43j47c Cofleedull and nominal; jobbing at 1519o gold; cargoes, 151S- gold. Sugar quiet and heavy; prime, 7Jc; Muscovado, 7ic; re fined, 9J10Jj. Molasses New Or leans quiet, 4560c; foreign quiet, bat steady. Prtroleum quiet but firm ; crude, Sr.: nfice i, 143. Pork firm at$23. Cut j meats quiet; middles quiet. Latd closed firm; jr.me steam, 13.65s. Butter firm; western, l&MZic: btate, aJWdoj. uneese, 612Jc. Whisky, $1 09. RIVES CUROSICLE. Wind rind Water. Alternately clear and cloudy, with every indication or stormy weatner. Thermometers reached the altitude of 70. A slight check is noticeable In the decline of the river here; at Pittsburg a f-purt upward has occurred, but at all other mints the rivers are runnincraloritr emco'.hly. Here are the particulars in detail: Office of Observation, fcSIONAL, HEEVICE U. B. AKMV, ilKMi-ms, Tenw., March 9, 1876, 876.J Above low C tint's Tber. Water. IUe F'll n Feet. I In'i Ic'f Ic't ues' Cairo 19 T 2 CD Cincinnati . 10 3 .... 13 CT Uavenport 5 8 5 0i Dubuque . 7 2 6 61 Helena, Ark 30 22 Keokuk S 3 8 69. Leavenworth 7 8 . 10 Lltilo Itock . . Lom&vlll 8 3 3 70 Memphis 17 O 12 70 N-sliville .' 7 4 1 70 New Orleans 4 1 72 l'lttsburg 11 G 101 55 Shreveport. IB 2 i 78 SL Louis 10 3 3 73 Vlckbbnrg U 1 3 7B Below Denea mart:. H. M. LTJDWIG. Sergeant. BY TELEGRAPH. Cincinnati, March 9. Noan River 16 feet 8 inches and falling. Weather fair and warm. New Okleans, Ms rah 9. The weath- pr is clear and pleasant. No arrivals. Dipartod : John B. Maude, St. Louis. Little Rock, March 9. Weather cloudy and warm. River 7 feet 4 inches and rising. Arrived: Nellie Peck, from abov. Departed: Rosa Miller, Pino Bluff. Louisville, March 9. Weather clear and pleasant. River, 8 feet 5 inches in the canal. Departed: Andy Baum, Memphis; Susie Silver, New Or leans. Pittsburg, March 9. Noon River 11 feet 1 inch, and rising. Weather clear aud pleasant Night River 11 feet io inciie3 anu risiugt weather clear and pleasant. Evansville, March 9. Weather chiefly cloudy and warm. Mercury 4S to 04 . iilver 14 and 7-10 feet on the gauge and rising. Poit-list Down:M. Houston, 4 p.m. Cairo, March 9. Noon Arrived: C. B. Church, Cincinnati, 10 p.m.; Leo pard, New Orleans. Departed: Church, New Orleans, 4 a.m.; Leopard, S'. Louip, 8 u.m. Weather cloudy and warm Night Arrived: Grand Tower and Julia, St. Louis, 5pm.; Cons. Millar, Cincinnati, 8 p.m. River 19 feet 1 inch and failing. Weather cloudy and warm. movements at tbe Levee. ARRIVALS. Glencoe, Naw Orleans; Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati; A. J, White, Napoleo; City ol Chester, St. Louis. DEPARTURE3. Glencoe. St. Louis: A. J. White. Na poleon; City of Chetter, St. Louis. IN PORT. Vint Shinkle, Osceola Belle. BOATS DUE. Golden Rule, Ruth, Julia, Geo. W. Cheek. C. B. Church. Idlewild, Legal Tender, Phil Alliu, Ella. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Cincinnati Vint Shinkle, James Konniston, master, five p.m. Asuport Oiceola Belle, O. K. Jop- lin, master, five p.m. Helena G. W. Cheek. N. S. Jreen. master, five p.m. Friars Point Phil Allin, James Leo, sr., master, five p.m. Vicksbubg Julia, W.H.Blake, mas ter, five p.m. Vcccipt TcsterUny. Vint Shinkle 73 bbls whisky, 461 pkgs furniture, 2 bales cotton, 4 bags seed-cotton, 111 kegs beer, 50 kogs pigs feet, 15 bbls oil, 1UU hhls cement, 70 bbls mess pork, 75 bales hay, 60 bbls ham-, 50 tierces ham, 250 bbls potatoes, 40 bb's onions, 225 bbls Hour, 950 ke&s nailB, 30 sacks corn, 50 cook stove?, 600 pkgs sundries. a.j. wuite iou Daiescoiion, t sacas cotton'teed, 16 pkgs sundries. 1688 feet lumber. City of Chester 58 bales cotton, 3 bags eeed cotton, 172 sacks cotton-seed, 1000 bbls flour, 497 sacks oats, 2S5 boxes crackers, 700 pkgs sundries, 60 bales bag ging, 15 hhua tonacco. Lcvec lnrnrrnplin. Another wet season is imminent. The Lotus No. 3, sunk up Red river a few days ago, is afloat again. The City of Chester deputed last evening for St. Louis with 1423 bales of cottop. Tho H. C. Yeager has got out of her troubles above Cairo, and is continuing her voyage all right. Arkansas river navigation is some what improved by tho recent dampness in the region of headwaters. The New Orleans underwriters have Inaugurated a floating fiie-extinguisher, manned by a marine fire brigade. A ueiiantiui nop was enjoyed on the Vint Sainkle last night. Cantaiu Ken- nistou and Billy M'lntyre were ubiqui tous. The azuro depths are acain obscured by La ten clouds, aud vernal showers are prom'slng ihelr seasonable visita tions. A telegram from Evansville last night eays that the Mary Houston received there about a l sue can carry, iiusiness active. The absorbing question about which the lower-river chroniclers are rending their muslin is ' How much was the Mary Bell Insured for?'' Well, how much? The Legal Tender turned back from Swan Lake, having met the Roaa Miller there and exchanged trip3 with her. TheTenderwill arrive to day, and leave to-morrow evening with a return trip for Arkansas river. Maior John Harbin, superintendent of the Memphis and Arkansas river packet company, received a telegram from Little Rock yesterday morning stating that tbe river was ttni rising, wun six feet ten inches in the channel. A New Orleans telegram has the fol lowing: "Captain J. B. Exda states that tho twenty feet depth has now been car ried down one mile and a quarter from thfi upper end or the work, and tbe chan nel cutting out rapidly. Where tbe Mat tie H. Alwood grounded on tbe fourth, drawing thirteen and a-half feet, there la dow sixteen and a-half feet of water. Captain Eads h confident that before tbe end of tho month be will have more water totween the jetties than there Is at Southwest Pafs." The John B. Maude will Ho over this week at New Oileans. owing to tbe dull ness of businees up Rl river. Mayba she Is preparing to return to her first love, and will come scotlog bck into the New Orleans and Memphis trade, taking opposite weeks to tho T'hompsoftJ Dean s schedule. While the Arkansas BeUe was lying at Cairo Sunday night, eays the Bulle tin, a gentleman named T. B. Larkin, a passeDger, died very suddenly while sit ting in a chair in tbe cabin. The de ceased was a merchant of Mount Ver non, and bad been traveling for his health, which baa been poor for some time uasr. Vicfeebursr Herald, Tuesday: "Tbe Ste Genevieve will quit the Chicot trade af.er ono more trip, the Anehor-Jino oe log rady now to send cut three boats a wesn to acd from this port. The Ste. Genevieve was only put in the trade to carry the msiis, and it was not expected that she would mane a ionune mere, in this the officers were not disaDDointe'd She haa done moderately well, ail things considered, has mane natter time than meet people thought she was capable of, only missing one trip, and that wbon she met with an accident. Her officers are clever centlemou, and have made many friends in the trade." What Cnntnin F.ods Iiaa Accomplished at tbe bout li Vatn or the Jlouia or tho 3II!lUNljIl. St. Louis, March 7. Captain Eada. rei orta to the South rasa jetty company here that a remarkable deepening of the channel on the bar has occurred since tho fourth instant. Tho old crest of the bar is entirely gone, and the present crest is at station ninety-three, or nine thousand three hundieed f9t from the shore end of the jetties. From station ninety-three to the sea end of the jetties the deDth of water varies from seven teen to twenty feet. Thej iuteralope of the bar deeper el rapidly during a re cent storm. The contractors are now pushing forward the work at the head of tbe pise, and are preparing to close Grand bayou. Tbe Florida and Havana steamship company is preparing to send all tbelr vessels through the Kouth MISGEIiiLBEOUS. FEBSE GROUND (iBAHAffl FLOUR CORNJIEAL AHD SECOND?, Also, CD OICE FAMILY FLOUR Constantly on hand at lb9 Corner Second and Jac&son Sta. FORTUNE FOR Wyoming Monthly LtfdiuJ h A uiJUritj if m ti Vu LfttUtar TWctU uti, Six for $5- 0s Chile U mrj t. Tilth ExtnordlE&ry Drawing, 1 Caah Prize of 9100,000 & Cash Prize ot 60,000 1 C&ih Prize of 85,000 S Caxli Prize of 20,00 51,026 Oaah PrizesamouatiBgtoS350,00 hMll, Tntl f Bu4 tt Tnt: IM - f Imiu) 3aau. TttrtkrTUlat Btldm. TX toarI krjldn Hao Mnuiiibilnut. Bmn every 20 Onjrc. Ata maul. Utonl p7 7m MTsxritoalan ml 6 JTm. PATTEE, Laramie Otty, WroeHnm, B. I.-UIUH OIKUaa Vtte Ittemt till 4, fi Kmc CM. Ci?. Doors, At Original Cost, to Close Oat, at QUACKENBUSE'S PMNT Mid WAIL PAPER ST0B 390 T&AIK STRSET. Tni3 PATEK IS ON TILT. WITH "Whero Advertising Contracts can be made. Memphis and Kansas City ILK. Co. 2"OR WORK, BY order of the Executive Committee, bids will be received until February 20, lb76,for ilio Clearing, Grading and furnishing Cross ties on the following divisions of the Mem phis and Kansas City Railroad; payments In County and Town Bonds, as speoltled on each division. Fl rut. Between llatesvllle, Independence county, Aikansa, arid JackKonnort, Jaokson county, Arkansas Payment In Independ ence and Jackson County Bonds. Second. Between Jackwmport and Augusta, Woodruff cnnty, Arkaneas. Payment in Jackson and Woodruff County Bonds and Bonds of the Town of Augusta. Third. BetW' ea Augusta and Wlttsbnrc, Cross county, Aikansas Payment In Wood ruO" and Cross County Bonds. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all of said bids. Bids to be addressed! JOHN uviSRTOV, Je., President H. and K. C. R. K., Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn.. January 18, ls;tf. jaso ilobt. lewis & Go., IBMPHIS BOILER WORKS New and Second-hind Boilers always on hand. Steamboat and Plzntatlon Work prompt ly attended to. FOOTfiAOASlS ST., MEMPHIS TENff. PARTIES desiring to contraot for the deliv ery of Blackwalnut, Whiteoak, Cypress. Poplar, Cottonwood or other timbers, will please call upon the undersigned, at 231 Front btreet, office of Burrus & dearcy. C. W. GRAVES, 11)27 Asent Ocean Mills. New Orleans. PROSPECTUS. PKOS PEDTCR On or before the eighteenth of March next the undersigned will com mence, In the city of.Knozvlllo, the publica tion of a newspaper, dallv and weekly, to be styled the Knoxvltle Tribune. The Tribune, politically, will be Democratic, but as free to censure errors or wrongs wllhlu Its own party as to expose and condemn hurtful policies and acts on the part of Its opponents. In its general lono and conduct It will be conserva tive and national, and. In such spirit, will la bor lor the deserved success of the Democrat ic party in tbo oiateiand nation, as now op posed by Its Republican adversaries. Local ly, It -will earnestly promulgate such Ideas and advocate such means as may be deemed best promotive of the development, advance ment and general prosperity of the section from which It will claim Its support. The Daily Tribute will be a full-hlztxl seven-column paper, containing each day the tele graphic news from all ports of the world, complete commercial reports, and a greater quantity of miscellaneous reading matter tnan any dally paper In Eaht Tennessee, north Georgia, or southwestern Virginia. The Weekly Tribune will be an eight-page paper, filled with choice editorial and miscellaneous matter, embracing all the departments or ap proved Journalism making It a first-class family newspaper. The local and business departments of the Tribune will be In charge of gentlemen of well-known experience, c- Sicltyand Integrity. The Tribune omce will enew In Its entire outfit, comprising alo a well-selected Job office. Terms: Dally One copy one year, $3; one copy six months, $4; one copy ihree months, 2; one copy one month, "oc; one copy one week, 20c. W eekly One copy one year, $2; ono copy six months, !l;tencoplesoneyiar,tl5. Advertising rates same as those now prevlllDg InKnoxvllle. All subsclpllons cfn In advance, though on fiayments for either subscriptions or adver Uements will be asked for until the publlca t on of the piper shall have been commenced. For the support of this enterprise we respect fully solicit the patronage of the public. JOlfN M. FLEMING, HAM M 'KINNEY, Editors and Sole Proprietors. KsoxviLi-B, Tekn., February 4, 1K7. Tbe undersigned, in Justice to himself and all concerned, takes this occasion to nay that owing to personal and profesilonal disagree ments between himself and partners In tbe office of the Knoxvllle I'sett and Herald, be has not boen acting as editor of that paper since tbe fifteenth of December last. The same disagreements still continuing, legal proceedings have been Instituted lor their settlement. JOHN M. yLEMJNG. AT COST P JPs DISSOLUTIONS. DISSOLUTION. Mem Pill!, March 1,1876. riUIE partnership btrotoforo existing lu the Xi 'city of Memphis, State' of Tennesoee, un der tho mm nme and style of Thomas. II. Allen A Co. Is thbj day u involved. Each partner juaa iuu iisut 10 sin inn name 01 tnenrmm liquidation. The b.lBlium will be continual byT'homaa IUAUcd, under the same name. JAS. M. ALLEN, PtChRV NUGENT. New Orlka.ns, Lk March 1, 1S76. Tho partnership boretofori existing In this eltyunderthe firm nnrae and ftyle of T. II & J. M. Allen & Co. 1a this day dliMilved. Kacli partner has tbe right 10 elm the name of the firm In liquidation. THOM Ji II. ALLEN, JAMES M. ALLEN, PHtV NUGENT. JOHN B. LALLANDE. New Oni.EA.tij, La., March 1, 1S78. The Cotton Factoaa and Commission busi ness heretofore errte-t on in this city by the late arm or T. II. & J. M. Allen A Co. will be continued by us under the'flrm name and style.of Allen. Nujeat Co. THOMARH. ALLEN, 1'EItriY NUGENT, JOHN B.LALLANDE. New OaLKAss, La., March 1, 1870. In retiring from business, I respectfully recommend to tho continued confidence and patronage of my friends and the public, T. H. A J. M. Allen & Co., now a-jtoclated together as the firm of Allsn, Nugent ft Co. mb7 JAM .8 M. ALLEN. DISSOLUTION, rpHE partnership iteretofore existing under X the lyle flrmot A. Seewol A Bon, 19 this day dissolved by mutntl consent. A.HI will assume all liabilities of tbe lilt ntm acd. collect all ouUtandings. A.HBEUSEL. Memphis. March 4. 1870 11 H EKKHKL, j a daily km mm TheFapers for xiieFeople Weekly (post&ze free) . Weekly (for Clnbaof Five or more age fros) , .. .. Dilly nix papers) . CO poat- .2 CO 10 00 SILVERWARE, ETC. Offer a earefallr celectetl stock of JbVBlRY ALL OF TUB VERY LATEST DESIGNS ! AT PKICE8 TO SUIT IHE TIBIh, r Do no I raabe pnrchasen In this Mae before c-3m"lugr itlr ojh.Ti BOOFSKIRTS. Southern Ilnopikirt and torset Manufactory, Xain St. E ESTABLISHED 1867. 1-atest '1 stvle Uncrubable lUck- skirts. Abdomen Corsets, Nur sing Corsets, Invalid's Corset, ine jiempnis uorseu, iiiub ries Corsets, Wtrly Cereets, Misses' Corbet and Extri-long Corsets for large ladles. Pads, Braces, uonDio soia, wuaio bonesand Bastie3. Goods sent C. O. D., and war ranted. LMtftN LtSUK. SAIL KAKE3S. 95 Camp Si, er Potdsas, New Orleans, La. STENOGRAPHER. m, WALH, STBB0GB4PHBB, 38 North Court Street. F EVIDENCE reported in Courts, beforer ef i erees. etc- verbatim. Shorthand taught orall v or nv mall 5 LEGAL. Attaehmeot Notice. No. SOU, A. D.-In tho Circuit Conrt of Shelby county, iBuuiw.-j. Lt- i uiiiuiii vs. iura. IrlsaHwlngley. In this cause luJIclal nttachment having issued by onier of tho conrt, entered herein January 21, 1S7C, and returned Into court levied upon the reai eniate 01 tue ueienaani: It Is therefore ordered, That the said de ft ndant, Iris CBwlngley. make her appear anoa herein, bsfore the Judce of thu Lircalt Conrt of ehelby county, at the courthouse, in tbe oltyof Memphis, on the third Monday In May next, and defend tbla suit, within the time proscribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with exparte; and that a copy ot this order be published once a week, for four consecutive wbeks. In the. Memphis Appeal A copy attest : xnis -jaa aay 01 reoruary, isrtJ. JO. V. COLEMAN, Clerk. By B H. Coleman, Deputy Clerk. Harry Hill. Att'y for pfalnUfT. fb25 frl Non-Kesideni Notice. No. 1745 In the Chancery Court or Shelby county, Tennessee jonn li. wackweil vs. G.M.Baitltt etnl. It appearing from affidavit In this cause that John a. Blackuell. defendant to the crosK-bllt of M. J. Prnden, Exeoutrlx of R. A. Pruden deceased. Is a non-resident of the State of Tenn esse-: It Is therefore ordered. That he make his appearance herein, at the Courthouse In tne city of Memphis, Tennessee,, on or before the first Mond&y In April, 1S78, aod plead, an swer or demur to said crufen-blll, cr the game will be taken for confessed aa to him and set for hearing- exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a-week, lor fonr successive 'weks, in tbe Memphis Ap peal. This 21th day of February. Ib76. jl copy attest. x-uiunu JV. iail t, UlerkitBti-M aster. By E. B. McHenry, D.C. and M. Efltes & EUett, dobs, f cr complainant In Crocs- ill. rbZJ frl Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAME3 HALL, J. P.-Rtate of Ten- nwtce, aneioy county J. A. Glltntr vs.H. T. De(-on. In this cause an attachment bavin:- he?n sued out under section SiVi of the Code or Tennessee, and returned levied by the proper oincer upon tne property 01 tne aeiendant, woo is mslly indebted to pialntlff In tbe sum of seventy dollars, due by ecrount, and unpaid ; li is luercioreuruereu, inanue saiu ueiena rnt make bis penonal s-ppeamnce before m. James HalLJ.P., at myofflce.ln the city oj Memphis, Tenn., on the 17th dy of April, I87S, at 10 o'clnck a m., and defend said at tachment suit, within tbe time prescribed by law. or tbe same will bo proceeded with ex- Iiarte; ana mat a copy 01 inn oruer Du pub Ibbed once a week, for fonr consecutive weeks.in tho Memphis Dallv Anneal. This U dav of March, 1K7B. mUS in JAM 23 MALI., J, p. Mo2S4. Mam iLVEEWMI, BMMOPB, WATCHES, &UMBER. YJBNABLE & SAWLINGS, MANUFACTUREKH OF LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES a AVE ON HAND A FULL STOOIf OF 11 woiie Pine uoort, uasn. Blinds, White Pine Moldings, etc., nil of nrt quality. 8ALE8B00M, No. 14 UJiIOJt STREET, gy Rawmlll, north of Bayon Oftyowo. JaI9 MOORE, BASSETT & CO., LUMBER DEALERS, Noa. 351 and Second Street w "D m O r i o c O m m H NOTICES. Memphis, Tzsx., March' 8, 1876. THE office of tf.o Beard of Health has been located at 1M6 stooad rt t, cor. Court. Citizens are requested to report nuisances at thu office, and a-aurcd that they will receive attention at tbe earliest possible moment. Sealed proposals will be received at the office nntil March 20th, for removal of Garbage from the city. Specifications to besoen attheofflce of the Board. Board receives the right ti reject all bids. Citizens are hereby notified that in compli ance with seotlon ) of the Health Ordinance, they must discontinue tho practice or sweep Ins tra.h, -waste pRper, rubblKb, ashes, etc., into the sutlers and stret- Theymnstpro "slde suitable iecr tacles lor such refuse, keep them In tbe alleys or in the rear of their busi ness houses, and remove the same at regular Intervals. Violators of ttH order will be brought be fore th Recorder. By order of the noanl of Health. HfeBEP. . JONES, M.D., mh7 Secretary. MEiipnis, TisN., March 6, 1876. UNDER instructions from the Board of Di rectors of the Home Insurance and Trust Company of Memphis. I will nroeerd to sell. on HATtJRD.tY, March 18, 1K76, Ut the hlghert niaaer, lor casn, ueriincaio no. i l l tor twenty shares of the capita stock nt gs:d Company, and apply tb'eproced"i cr such sale tT tbe pay ment of T. B. Dtl'ard's note, to whom said Certificate was lfoued. Hale to take place at 11 o'clock a.m., at tue southwest corner of MadlKon and Main strf-et. Memphis, Tenn. mfc7 It. P HULLING. Secretary. to Braipm OFFICE OF WATER COMPANY, Memphis, March 1, 1876. J Delinquent Water CaaBumers are hereby notified that the water will positively be shut off from tbelr premises if the bills are not paid on or before the 10th of March. W. L. CAMERON, mha Asent of Trustees. election apnea. THE Stockholders of the Mississippi River Telegraph Company are hereby notified that an election for a Board of Directors, to serve for one year, or until their successors are elected, will be held on Wednesday, 15'b March next, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 2 o'clock p.m., at the courthouse In the town of Hernando, Mbwlsxlppl. fbZ7 UEO. W. L. CROOK, Act.8ea'y Hernando papers please copy. PUBLICATIONS. A BOOK FOR THE MSLLI0NI HARRIAOE GUIDE. mrvrhm al r velaUltws of ihatHkl hhl with trltb niiKroui po,rTTit:a. wii oonulas raJotkia fat2aRnUaa Cur tNcne who ws marrlf4M'C03tniDlaU' Bhrr1w: nLllt in k book tiit ought to bnnnurr W k xnA kry.Mdfco WtfWt&M tboot lb houm. Fnl to aj pr (no Mud) ffcr JlTtj Cents. UAAVAVXdAUZJ .... ,,., hou J know on Conriihip-Mar- AND ol tbr kxu.1 tjrtem. Ptl- bookofnatureSS lhir rwtnrt Bnd cut. Trfti en U rriTtr n, fuHr xplAlnnigthrirciueH. ymptotnt mnd mrDtoriinit U It tlioonlv rrllT urirntlflc wtrrk of the kind jtr suhliah- in uerlj 7Y pr and If complrt in rrpry tcb tbTKirTtirH7.ilenrrrfploOTct4. Ad- rt-tt. Sent BEIT OOOSB. mmm, mmm & . BSOADITAT, 0 8 ASD CROSBY ST?., IMPORTEKS AISD JOBBEK8 -OF- RESPECTFDLLY CALL THE ATTENTION ol their fnends aenerallv. and hnveia about to visit New York, to their STOCK OF LACE?, EKBBOIDEHIEF, BIBBONS, WHITE GOODS, USE5S, SHAWLS, DBESS GOODS, KOTI05S, W00LEKS, HOSIERY, Etc., Etc, and ask that buyers will examine the tame Daioie purchasing eisewnere. idiiibu BAHESUPXCT. BANKBUPICY. SALE OF BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND CIUAUS, at public auction. On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2t, 1676, -will sell, at A.M. Stoddard s auction store. No. 2G0 becond street, at 10 o'clock of said da v. seventeen barrels ot Whisky, four and a-half barrels of Brandy, and one hundred and flrty thousand Clears, effects of John Smith, bank rupt. mna u. wuumiuixiK. Assignee. nOriCE IN BAUHBDPrVT. In the District Court of the United Staler, for ino uitjirict oi wefiiern enneRPee. m tne matter or N.J.Wlggln, Bankrupt In Bank ruptcy. To tbo Creditors of snld Bankrupt: rpAKE NOTICE, That a general meeting ol JL the crsdltora of said bankrupt will be held at the office of T.J. Latham, Em., Register Id Bankruptcy for said District, at Memphis, No. 19 Madison street, on tbe 16th day of March, 1S78. at U o'clock a.m.. for the nnmoso of de. elating the flrst dividend. i. aiso sive notice mat l nave nied my accounts aa assignee ot tho estate of said bankrupt, in said Court, In accordance with tbe provisions ot the 2tli section or an act of Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni form system of bankruptcy throughout the uiuteu mates, approvea juarcn AuKw. ii. j. ivakk, Assignee, fbg frl ZA Becond streei. sotice in tiA.au ncncT, In the District Court of the United States foi the District, oi western Tennessee In the matter of Toof, Phillips A Co., Bankrupts In Bankruptcy. To the creditors of said bankrupt: riiAtt.E. nuubii, irai a cenerat meetinz ol 1 the creditors of the said hankrnnt will h held at tbe office of T. J. Latham, Esq., regis ter in Bankruptcy for said district, at Mem phis, No. 19 Madison street, on the 15th day ol March, 1878,at 11 o'clock, .m.. for tbe purpose of declaring a. first and final dividend. We also give you notice that we have filed our final accounts as assignees ot the estate of the said bankrupt. In raid Court, and that on the 10th day of April next,weshall apply to wild Court for tbe settlement of our aald accounts, and for a discharge from all liability aa v signets of said estale, In accordance with the & revisions of the 28th seotlon of tho act of ongress, entitled "An act to establish a unl- rorm system oi Bankruptcy tnrougnont the United States," approvrd March 2, la8. O. WOOLDRIIX1E, ABBlgnets, fUS No. 19 Madison street. 353 I Doors, Jluhber.O I s Sash Laths JT h 0 S BllHOS:SHlMES-- g j ! , 2 BOABO OF HEALTH BANKS. A. WIUVDBLTF, President. A. D. ORTXBC, TJce-Prealdent. J. A. IIATKJ, JrM Castiler. STATE HAflOIiAI BAKE CAPITAL : $300,0 OIRECTORSt AMOS WOODRUFF. A. D. OWV NNK Of Stewart, Owynno Co. A. J. WHITE Of White, Langtalt Co. H.T. LRMMONOf Joyuer. Lemmon A Gale J. K, MILCH Of J. R. Miles A Co. J.P. HOFFMAHOr Mlteoell. Hoffman & Co. J. M. UOOUBAB or Uoodbar & Gllllland. N.MALATE8TA... Of L. PodeRtaACo. W. H.HNKKD, Jx cif MyrsASneed. J. J. BUBBY .. Of J. J. Busby A Co. T. J. LATHAMOt Etherldge. Latham A Ed ward. CP. HONT Of Moby. Hunt A Co. W. W. QDY Of Ouji, McClellan & Co. Accounts or M Collect chants and others solicited. promptly attended to. CHAirOXG7 SAXES. CHANCERY SALE -OF- No. 18ii7, R. Chancery Conit of Shelby county a enatsc. a. a. r-aser, receiver, etc., v.h. A. M. Fortruson et nl. Bi virtue of an lntsrlocutory decree for rale entered In the above cause on the 8th day of December, 1875, and renewed March 7, 1S76, I will sell, at public auction, to the hlgbeoi bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's ofllco, new Courthouse bnlldlug, Main street, ineinpnis, ienn., on Saturday, April 1, 18iG, within legal hours, tbe following described property, situated In Saelby county, Tennes see, to-wit : Beginning at the Intersection of the old Randolph road with the Lew Ran dolph road, in tho.Flltb Civil District of said county-, being abaut 1 miles north of the oltyof Memphis; thence south with tbe new Itaddolph road 1015 feet to lot No. 33; theuca east with lot.No.23 to tho old Randolph road; thence along said old road northward! to the beginning; contalnlnz seven acres, more or lets, and Being country lot No. XI of tbe McLeinore and Weakly grunt No., sub divided. Terms of Bale On a credit of six months, purchaser to execute note with approve..! ee entity; lien retained and equity of redemp. tlon barred; purchaser required to deposit 10 porcenUon purchase with Clerk Instanteras earnest mney. This March 8, 1876. K. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. r.y It. J. Black, D. V. and M. J A. Tsylor, Attorney. mhS No 9i5,O.R.D. Barzllla Raney et al. vs. La grange .and Memphis Railroad Co. etal. Uruid centWDlal laale Hnlo of 1'ort kN THURSDAY, MARCH 30. 1S76. AND continuing from day to day until the nrsperty Is disposed of. at the southwest cor ner of Main aud Madison streets, Memphis. 'Jenn. Pursuant to an order of rale In. tbe above cause, from tbe Chancery Court, I will sell, to tbe highest bidder, the following prop erly, to-wlt: Situated In Fort PlckerlBjr, and known on tho plan of subdivisions as Block 1, los II 31 22 &) SG 27 SO 33 31 ; Block 2. lots 10 13 15 10 20 21 22 27 2U ; Block 3, lots 2 3 8 7 13 15 17 18 21 23 2S 30 ; Block" 4, InU 6 7 18 20 21 23 25; Block 6, lots 6 21 2d 29: Block 6, foH 6 7 11 17 18 20 ?3: Block T. lots 5 13 11 151017 IS 19 42 21: Block 8, lots 345 67 8; Block 0, 1 ts 1 236789 10 U 12 2a 23 2t 25 28 4041: Block 10, lot 12 13 1 1 15 21 28 29 31 32 33 39 42 i t; Block 11 , lots 10 U 12 H 16 18 32 33 ; Blot k 12, loU 10 16 17 18 19 JO 21 23 27 25 11; Block 13, lot 15 17 IS 'Si 31 32 33; Block 14 Iotsl235628 29 334; Block 15, lots 12678910 14 15 16 17 21 26 Z7 31 4.1; Block It!, lot 1 2 5 6 9 10 H 14 21 22 23 24 25262728313237333910: Block 17. lotH 12 13 14 15; Block 19, lot 6 6 7 8 9 10 ; U'ock 21, lola 4 5 6789101111; Block 22, lot 11 26 27: Block 23, loU 3 4 5; Block 24, lots 67 8 9 10 11 12 16 17 1813 2021 22 23: Blook 2S, lots 6 7 S 9 10 11 12 132324: Block Id, lota 4 11 13 18 1020: Block 27, lota 1 2 one-hait of 3 6 7 8 9; Block 28. lots 1 234S678I21314; Block 29. lots 12 13 14 15 16 17 1819202122; Block 80, lots 10 11 12 13 14; Blook 22, JoU 1 2 & 7; B ock 33, Jots 4 59; Block 81, lot 7; Block 38, lets 123456; Block 40Uots 2 4. Four acres, described as Depot Grounds," oa tbe plan of Fort Pickering, bounded on tbe north by blocks 18 and 19; on the east by Fllth street; on tho south by blocks 20 and 21, and on the west by Fourth street. tleven acres, situated south of the old track of Lagrange and Memphis HallroaJ, north of Solomon Bozell's Held, 7 poles wide and 156 po os and 20 links in length, the same con veyed by A. B. Carr to Lagrange and Memphis Railroad Company by deed, recorded in Book M. 243. Also, lot No. 8, In block A, laid down on the original map of Fort Pickering as Rsser street, but now fronting CO feet on Panola street, and running back 250 feet bounded on the north by lot No. 1, In blosk A. Also, let No. 9, in block A, set apart or'gln ally as Panola stroet, now fronting GO feet on Broadway, and running back SOOfcet, bounded on the east by lot 6; on the west by lots 3, 4 and 5, In block A. Terms Notes at 7,12 and IS month", with approved security, and Hen retained. Equity of redemption burred. GEO. W. WINCHESTER. Special Commissioner. Jso. P. Tsizvant, Auctioneer. fW9 CHANCERY SALE OF No. 268 Chancery Conrt of Shelby county John L. Morgan et al. (2d Cty) vs. Wm. Ut lev 6t al. Bi virtue of an interlocutory order for sale entered In the above canse on tbe 5th day of Jane, 1875, 1 -will sell, at public auction, to tho highest bidder. In front of the Clerk-and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, March 11, 1876, "within legal hours. Mae following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tenn., to-wlt: Being the undivided one-half Interest in and to tbe following described property, part of subdivision of tbe lands of Hoyster and Bransford, on Island.No. 40, in said cone ty, to-wlt: Lot No. 1 Beginning at an ash marked R and li.platletuir " A," tho southwest corner ol Koysterand Brausford's640acre entry ; tht-nco east 31 chains to a persimmon marked B S; thence south 37 chains CO links to a stake; thence west 21 chains C9 links; thence north and WMtwardly with tbe meanders of chute 4-65, 5 07, 4-82, 6-88, 4-52, 4-;9, 4-40, 6-81 chains and links to a stake and willow marked R: thence north 23 chains 10 links to a stake and hackberry marked R; tbence east 27 chains to the beginning-containing 1S8 "0-100 acrex. Lot No. 4 of same subdivision on Island No. 40 Commences at a stake In the NE corner ol the 640-acre entry, plat letter" K:" thence east 27 chains; thence north 43 cbains; tbence wtt SO chains; thence south 32 cbalcs; east 3 chains; south 11 cbains to the beginning containing 125 7I-100 acre. Terms of Bale-Cash. This February 17, l.TG. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. WlnoaesterA Winchester, Attorneys. fb!8 OF ElIEJ-fiLXa ZEISS': J&.Z?D. No. 8333. Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennensee. Orlando Brown etal.vs. W. It. Huntetal. BY vlttue of an Interlocutory decree tor sale, entered In the above canie April 6, 1870, and renewed, etc.. on the 11 th day of Feb ruary, 187a, affirmed by the Supreme Court, and renewed again herein February 14, 1876, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front oi tho Clerk and Masters office, new Courthouse building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, March 11, 1S7G, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby connty, Ten nessee, and In the city of Memphis, to wit: A certain lot fronting 168 feet on Mosby street and running back, rxilween Dir- allel lines, 150 feet, except 42 feet front off the east end of said lot running back the entire depth heretofore sold to Georgia p.Severson, and also extept tbe bouse and lot known as No. 151 Moeby street, heretofore sold the lots to be sold are the same upon which are hi t nated the houses known as Noa. 149, 153 and 155 Mosby street, each lot fronting 42 leet and running back 150 feet. Terms of Sale One half cash ; balance In 12 months; notes with good recurlty for deferred payments; Hen retained till same ate pxld,eto Handbills to be distributed before sale. This February 16, 1878. EDMUND A. COLE, Clark and Master By R. J. Black. D.C and M. Vance & Anderson. R. C. Williamson and John M. Carmack, Solicitors. fblS CHANCERY SALE OF Real Estate No. 1821, B. Chancery Court of Shelby county. Bank of Commerce vs. W. O Bolton et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause en tue Hth day or May. 1875,1 will tell, at public auction, to the hlghwt bidder, In front ot the Clerk and Master's office, now court home building, Main street, Memphis, Ten nessee, on BatordAj, Uarch 11, 1876, within legal hours, the following describee property, situated In Shelby county. Tennw-see.to-wlt: Onetraccbeglnnlngatahickory stake and other pointers, being tbe southeast corner ot the tract next described; thence south 35 6-100 cbains to a stake. Hweotgom, hickory and other pointers; ihenco went 51 8-100 chains to a sUke, elm and mulberry pointers; tbence 38 5-I0O chains to a stake on the bank of the. Mbsleslppl river; tbence up the river north 24' east S S0-1QQ chains to h stake on tbe bank of tbe river; thenee south 21 east 16 chains to a stake, two hackberry and other pointers; tbence east 30 chains to the beginning, containing 175 acres, more or Also, tbe following tract, adjoining tho above: Beginning at a sweetgnm marked a, the NE corner of tbe 485-acre tract In tbe name of Ferguson and Carr; thenco south 25 chains to a staker thence wist 33 chains to a hackberry n'l sweetgum pointer; tbence north re- west 18 cbulns to a stake on the bank of the Mltslsslppl river; thence north 21 east 73 chains 2 links with the me anderlngs to a stake on tho bank of the river; thence east 33 chain- 33 links to theb- 'nrjlng, containing 100 acres, more or less. Terms of Sale On a credit seven (TiTS'xzirlst purchaser required to execnte noU:Wt etv proved security. etc., ina equity of redemp tion barred. This Febcrv 16, Li7. EDMUND A. COur, tseriasd Master. By K. J. Black, D. C. and M. L.B. cFarland, AM, raer 1 DISPENSARY. Dr, Dt S. Joins son's PBIVATE MBDICU. B18FBH8ABT, So. 17 JEFFFRS0X STREET, Between Main and Frout Ktrwtn, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. IrSTABlMlKD IJ 1850. DR. JOHNSON 1 h Sr.nwlnjged by ' II par ties ln;erestcd, a- ' lar the most ssccet ful physician In tee t,etiuoutoj private or socretulheaocs. Quick, thorough and perma nent core guaranteed In every cast, mule or female. Recent eaxen ot Gonorrhea and Syph ilis curod in a few days, without the uee of mercury, change of diet or hindrance from bmiiiets. Secondary syphilis, tho lst veaflna ersdirsted without the nt of mercury, in vo'notary losa of fcereen stopped in a short tit jp. Sufferers from linpotenoy or loss o-f sex cai powers restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self-abuoe and eicew va venery, suffering from spermatorrhea ami low of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases of Women and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lunx Piperita cured by new remedies. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parte of the country. Office bouts from S a.m. to 9 ran. Sands 3 from 3 to 5 p.m. riecYdAw T). P. JOHNSON. M. T ASSIGSTSS SALS. ASSIGNEE'S SALE. In matter of Barbour 4 Simpson, Bankrupts In bankruptcy, at Memphis, Tean. BY virtue of too authority vetted lumens Assignee or said bankrupts' cstnte, I will sell, at public auction, on Friday, Sarch 10, 187G, at A. E. Fan Eland's store. No. 197 Main street, Memplil', Tnn.,"tbe Books. Account?, Notrs, etc. Also, the real esiato belonging to said firm's estate, to-wlt : Lots Nos. at), 39, HO and 81, In W. 8. Fllppln's subdivision, Shelty county, Tennessee. Also, the SS K and E of the SW Kof sec tion 13, T 6, N ot R 8 E, containing 2W acres, more r let, Mtnatid In Scott county, Mis sissippi. The Kcho-!nlw, and other evidences of prop erty, can be teen at my office. No. 19 Msolana street. A depolr ot 10 per cent, wl.l bo re quired ai time of sale. bl7 thu O. WOOLDRinOK. Aiwlgne TRUSTEE SAS.S8. Trustee's SIe, BY virtue of the terms of a certain deed In trust, mae to me on the29th of Septem ber. 1871, by R. C. and II. L. Brlnkley. which is of record in the Register's olllee of Shelby "county, Tennessee, in book 88, page 2j. and at requestor the Holder or the debt therein se cured (the sild debt, lntere-t aud cos's beirg diiennd un paid), I will procsed to sell, to th hlgbeir, bidder, at public sale, lo: cast., at tlio southwest corner ot Main and Madison street-. In Memphis, Tennessee, on Thnrsday, April C, 1S7C, at 12 o'clock neon, the propcrtv defcrlbtd in said trust ded, as folio w, to-wlt : l!a ng lot No. 313, as knowu upon the plan und map of tberlty of Memphla, beginning at the Inter section ol tlioeast line uf Second strebt with. tne hoiun line. 01 jehersnn .sir et: running thenco enit w::h the routh lluo of Jelterr-ou sire-tone hundr;d ami ioity-el -nt anu on half il4H) iect tons'ake; thetiex south par allel with Second street siveaty-fottr aud one quarter (74,lO reet to a state; thencn west par allel with n GerMiii s reel 1 ue hnndrfKi mi 1 fotty-f-ight nud one hair (I ISli) Ier f thn eatt line r.j atcoad fctieet; thuccu with snld e n'. line Feetiiy- our and oue quarter ("J'i leet to the r culnulug corner. All -qm y d ledemptlon 1 tatred by said truv d- U. an t tne tula lit believed tu be good, but 1 Mil tiuktee only. nil'7 V. Y. C. HUMES. Trusts. TRUSTEES SALE. UNDKKand br virtue r.f a trust dee-l, exe cuted t me on January 1,187a, by Frantr L. M-irat. and duly recoidtd in iLb i.rgisfei'fi office cf bbelbv county, Tenewee, lu book No. Hi), page ."S, and to which . e. rer.ee U heie mutte.l will.on Wednesday, 29lh day or S'arth, 1S7C, between t' e honrsof 11 oc!oek a.m. and 12 oMock nln front of tbecoortboam at Mem pfcie, 1'ennes.see.sell lo the blghtkl bUder.for cab, the following describi d lot nrp-irctlof lat.o. lyina in the county atoresaid. math of and near 10 IU3 cny aH.ie.'aul, bounded asfol lows: BeclnuingataKtakeseven hundred and twely-t)o ftet rout It nf the tnterwitkm of the south line ol DtviSion stiect wlln lli; west line of Horn Lake rcwd (e tiiu.illDg the "-Jag-nolla CStirden 'lot to have a Uojtoa tald road of 2C0feet); tbence fouth with aid roidflvo hundred and twenty-flve feet; then'-e we-t at right angles with t-ntd road sixty fivo rat 10 Trigg's east Hue; thence H'jrthwar..'lv with -said eatt line live hundred and twenty-nvo feet to a stake; thence cast on a line parallel with the toutu lino or the lot lieieto be sold Uf ty -seven feet lo the beginning, together with tbo improvements and large shrubbery there on. The equity of redemption Is wMved in the deed, aud tbe property will lie sold on ac count of dsfaultor the vendor, Morat. mh7 JOHN H. WILLIAMS, Trustee. Trnsles'a Sale UNDER a Deed of Trust matle fo mo as Trustee by John W. Jefferson, December 19, 1871. registered in hokUl, page 4C2, to se cure to J. II. McDonald, guardian, tbe debt therein mentioned, which is credited by 81530 61,1 will, on SOXDAY, APRIL 3, lSJO, between 12 m.acd 2 p.m.,ln front of the court house In Memphis.belt to the hgbt bidder, lor cash, a lot of ground situated in Memphis, Sneiby county, lenn , being lot 27 ot thbsub dlviblinor ronutry loiSIB: Beginning at tho soilhwetit Intersection cf Manassas and Marr Btieeta, fronting 1Z0 feet on Mar asa by S3 on Marr street, tqnltyof redemption, right of uoercnd homestead waived. mb2 WM. M. SMITH, Trustee. rxr. arusttee'&i Sale. BY virtue of a decree in the Chancery Court of Shelby connty, in the case of Mary L. Campbell vs. Joel E. Wilton et al , No. t07, It. D., wherein I havo been appointed. In tbe l lace of a. F. McNntt.dec'd.Trusteetn a Deed In Trust executed on the '-'4th of Jnne, Uk, by Joel E. Wilson r-nd J. F. Wll-011, for the pur pone of securing a certain lnebtednein there in mentioned, which deed U recorded lu the Register's ofllco of Shelby county. In Deed Book, No. 05. pages 1ST7 169, 1 will, by virtue of said authority, on Tcesd8y,tho2Ist Day of Sarcli, 187G, at the southwest comer of tbe intersection of Main and Madison streetH.ln tbe city of Mem phis, sell within legfcl hours, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for ca-ih, the property described In satd Trust Deed, to-wlt: Situated In Shslby county, Tenu., and beginning at the northeast corner of J. W.Taylor's lot No. 1: thenco west six cbains and twenty-tlirt-rt links toastake.wlth three sweetgum point ers; tbence north four chains and flftv-etgbt llr-ks to a stake, with sweetgum rotnUrs; tbence east six chains and twenty three links to a stake In tbe ttct t.i.'o of Mosely avenue, and thence south four chains and nily-eght links tothe beginning containing lic aere and 5-110. The equity of redemption lt waived. Title believed to be good, but 1 sell and convey as trustee only. JOHN JOHNS TON, Trustee. Clapp A Menx. Attorneys. fblx Trustee's &ale. BY vlrtno of a Deed of Truf made to me on the 30th day cf January, 1M5, by A. K. Bonner, which Is recoidel In the Restorer's ofllce of Sbelby county. Tenneiwee.in tock No. IGo, page 125, 1 will sell, at public auction, lo the highest bidder, for cash, on Xocday, the IStli Cay or 3arc.li, 1570, at 12 o'clock itl, at the southwest corner Main and MadUon streets. Memphis. Tennon-ee, tbe following property, situated In Shelby county, State of Tenntuee, and described aa follows, to-wlt: Fcur term of land, b-lng part of the A. Kerr subdivision, original lot. No.0, and part of the S llherspoen eubdlvl slon, lots Nom.1, ldand 20, on the north side Itesldent Trigg avenue, known as lot No.3 of Newton rord subdivision, near Ihe Her nando rosl, about two miles iontl-ea.t of tbe city of Memphis, bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning, at a stake on the north side Resl deut TrUsl avenue aud the west side Fowler avenue; thence wetwlth the north dde Res ident Trigg avenue four chains and 75 llnki (a 8 feet to a stake; thence north 8 chains 41 links SV feetj to a stake on the north line 10: No. 18, Wltherspoon subdlvl-lon; thence east four chains 75 links IMi'y, ftet) to northeast corner lot No. IS on we-t side Fowler avenue; thence south with said avenue eight chains 41 links 535 feet tothe beginning, and known a the " Bonner Place." h'quitj of redemption waived. Title beHeved tu be good, but I sell and will convey only a trustee. JOHN IL TAYLOR, Trustee. J. N. Ford. Attorney. fb!2 Trustee's Sale. TY virtue of two several JJiwds of Trut t made torooas Trustee, by John W.Todd and llesteran R. Todd, his wife, on the 33th day January, 1875, and duly recorded In County Clerk's ofSce of Desha county, Arkan-' son. In Book No. one. on pages 31, Ma. 3W, 3tf7 and 398.and Book No. two, pages t!, 7, 8, 9 and 10, 1 will, on FRIDAY, 25ARCH 10, 187G, In front of courthouse door. In town of Wa son. Desha connty, Arkansas, with in letal hjnrj, sell to the highest bid der, for casa. at public auction (subject to a balance of U or thereabouts, of purchafo money), the following described land, viz: Lying and being in the county of L'woa, State of Arkansas, known and de-dgnated on the plau of tne public rurvey as the east half (K m of section twenty-three (23)and thenorth eaft quarter (NE J) of sectloa twenty six (28), township nlue (), south range, four west be ing the same land upon whlrh John W. Todd and wife now reside, being estimated to con tain four hundred and eighty (0) acres, more or Icra. Equity of redemption expressly wtlved. Sale made to pay tlio note secured by the Trust Deed. T"le believed to be good. bvtl sell aud conva nnlvas tntee. Ja23 J. H.HMirH, Trustee