Newspaper Page Text
rHiANOB AND TBADF.
The canes here remain unaffected by the New York State bank suspension ah J the London, Liverpool and Glasgow failures, bat caution is, naturally, wide awake. A little more good paper would bs acceptable to Bom ! them, and done at 10 per cent. On tue street money li eliding aUj2i cent, a montb. Exchange continue to come in plenti ta ly at the established rates; buying on New York at J discount, and Belling at i premium; New Orleans buying at J illecount. selling at par. Gold quoted In New York at noon 1U; the brokeia hero were offering 11.1J. Scrips ara moving gradually a5 the brokers with cu auy cffauge, except that eomo Mem phis tax crip bm been Bold below 99; wa xntke the necea!iry channo in the tMe below. The Nshville American, of WednisJay, reports: "Comptroller's wsrrants continue very w.arcennd in de mand. Dealers py 90 and hold at 9S." Tae New York World, of Tuesday, gives ttie fjllowing: 'Exchange on New York is reported by telegraph as follows in the cities named: Savannah, 5 16 premium; New' Orleans, pir to pre .,inm hi T.nil. nar: Chicago. 0 cents ,r-.wi .liD. ,,nt In nor nnrt Oln1n. I r:., rj ., AQirv, i i'ha S.m"L y,V, r il&8UVUiO X4HW lCJ oo j a tunc mo sju A;7!.i" .h.,.( k. i.,,i. PhanirB on New York discount to Vr Vicketu'g Herald, of Tutsiay, Bays there is a turpius of currency there, with no demand, except from cotton men, who are purchasing in anticipation of advanced price fjr the staple; exchange Is par on New Yoik, i discount on New O. liana; checking on New York at J premium, on New Orleans at par; "more caution than ever before" in general business. Tbe New Orleans 1-tcayunc, of Tuesday, notes a Blight In crease in the inquiry for dis2cunts;check in oa New Yort at i premium. Tne Loulavifla Courier ot Wednesday re ports Increasing balance, with a llmlt J abdication for loans; Now York night bills told at 50a a thousand premi um The Cincinnati Enquirer of Wednesday mentions a paitially in createl demand for money there; east ern exchange weaker, with pressure lo sell round Bums; on New York buying at 1 20 discount. The St. Louis Glote of Wciuesdaytaye money still accumu lates there, with little paper offering; eastern exchange 50o a thousand die ecu it betwen tauks. Tbe Chicago Tribune of Tuesday reports greater ease in wouey aod an advance In securities owlog to tliesurpltiBtf funds; New York exchange 25s piemium a thou a ad be tween banks. BeUino. Memphi tax scrlp Mempb.H taxROrlp,lS7i man y WHrrmt Jv'KS - HUld warruiu Arkaai -5U.te scrip ff7(4- t.ie nfrroN makket yesterday had nn native lem nd. ud bright weather had auc;eidd tne i?Ioom of the two dr 4iira nrarlnm (lavs. Tue a'kinirf of cotton were very firm, holders demand ing to the extent or tae quotations. This some of the buyers thought to be mora than tbe tenor of the telegrams Jastlfied.New York bsing dutl all day for apote and down for fulurea, while Liver pool showed a Uttle easiog tendency in rrtrlH O.mha'f ihe cotton sold was (tpn bv exDOitere: and mo3t of what r.n n'd was from common grades to low middling. Quotations wera fully . lat.inori olivines were neither as plentiful nor dealiahle, in many in H'a cp buyers would have wished. Quotation at the Memphis cotton ex euange were as follows: rttlrrdau Dmi before. 'Jrtlnarr -& .?; 8 -V oo orrtlnnry . W- !" , Mlddllnefalr -M-8"4 Maiket firm; sale-t-vere 300 of all of which BpluneretooK tj Dates; uufjiiriB lI.rJ Dales. BDecuiaroi -uu uaiea. woiy vittnna mota 6.QSc: stained, 7lliO Pr'ce of middling same time last year, 15ie. COTTON HTATKMENT. 1S75-8. Received yesterday. lW HUlpped yaterdy W2J Toul 1871-5. 1S73-I. 'JS2 070,171 1SS 321.621 'i,71 W1 Imports. hi. & C. R. R . 196: M & T. R. R 207; L. 5c . u. m fc T.. R R W.. 637: 8. R. R.. 149 steamsrs, bia; estimutod per wagons and other sources, r .r A n. R. 671: M. & T RilC 473; L. & N. G. 8. R R., H33; toamera north. 1221: Bteamers south, mi rnll north. 1704: by rail south, 4i3, t,. inHnmtntr ar tbe official tele- the condition of the domestic inarketa as received at the cotton ex- j" -. ijauii mate of He- rJtran. i MarlA. cftt. Situ Middling. UilwtouZ Firm. Ml 920 mi NeJorl-Ss.SJjady. 2.165 OTOO MM Mobile. Klrjii- 3 10 IV Havannah 1 ftalet. 211 731 Charleston.! tfu eL 318 SIM 12!4312 WUmlngt'n . Norlolk . Bat ton Steady. 212 CJ 13- Phlla'lphia BULouhl Kisler. 21. 210 Augusta Kviier. 118 5 1Z1-S cram reports: Ordinary, 9 5-10 j; good ..iin.T-. 10 13-16j: low middlinK, io i.in'- mlddlluir. 121c. Price of inlddllne game time last year, 16lc. w.ioa C.r. Lajea. Rce!pt'. S39 balea; u fr hl wpk. 6270 balis. The tone of the market at 10:20 was du'.l; 12:20, dull; 2:20, dull; 3 :uy mm. rh. rniinnrinir are the closing rates in Nv York futures for yesterday and the day hef ": KOKTKIi. TrOTZKBAT. DAY BKFOIl . h . 13(13 1-16 13 1-163 13V, it -UlSll. AprU-I W.W 3-10 May JZ-T. 13 ?-l613VJ Sir .- ,13 15-161 13V431 I'-W I3'4l3 13-16 13 15-1 (til Uh QU 3 IC u.t "i f.oii! tone of marKet at iu:io, -,0.i' o.Gior: 10:45. fteadv at a de fine: 12:20. quiet; 1:30, quiet; 5:25, fcteadv: 3:'0. weak. New Orleano yestenUy quoted mid- .in ion .t t l:n cloee. Kzamst ioo at tliB ame time last year; receipts, 6326 bales; thus far this wet, sales. and 6000 Tbe marKet cioseu quui Vooton?in7'B Lilvemoof closing tele- graui reporis: Dplanda, 87 16J: Oileans. b?J- sales, 10,000 bales, of which o500 Am-rlnan HscelctM. 6000 bales ot whlfli 3(K0 wereAmerican. The price nf middiim: came time last year wai ta 'Pho mnrkA wa3 uulet and uu , i j. - he Liverpool market for arrivals ODeEbi with good demand atadvanced ,M. a: 1:30 arrivals were i-oii Kebraarv shinmonts. Ha- vancaho- Charleston, l.m c , sail Ojd; March a. d April delivery, I- i"1! April aad My, dltt , 7 16 i; May and June, ditto. 611; June uid July, ditto, ftoir.l. G 19 32d and 6'tii March and AiirlJ hliinmenis, Sew Orleans, l.m.c eotl fSil. Goltiln New York closed at 114$; same time last year, 110. The movement at all the ports was re ported as follows: ThU Week ial i Week. tsama Time I Last Year. V.ro"J rtneo V J Exp'OiG. HrlUln Kip-ntoConUu'i, Htack st.irei 11 179 714 ,Tj7 05.62S, 4P.n3 70 W7 78i 42.IM 27.14 77.iSi. T,ir PunntlCK MARKET Wftd OUiet GVf Inz to the up river boats not arrivlug ...n nnnn Oirn U w aiUil in pmall Io'j, lot of 20C0 a ka in llUbra'is . ...i ....i-.uivwmI nfi' is oiTeri- a at 4S r.fm ttrnt no attention: ofTrM to f-Jl i-i. ttit with no response. Bran r,..t with a steady d mand. and falos -Wf-re made, in secon i-hand sacks, ht $13 &0- 300 sacks In new sacks brought via 73." Jlay was lifele"; w could not lie'ar of a transaction. Cornmeal again Mki at S2 25. but the ndvauce In corn d:tpOS8 holders to ask 2 30; in Nw Orleans the limes, of Tuesday, quotas it 2 35 2 45 nnd new kiln-dried at 22 40 Or" 50 Ikitatocs are in such a pitiful condition that they are BomeUmes ppokeu of a "pltipltatles" The 500 barrels offered on Wednesday at j0pa barrel were still on the market: 100 mi ks of Michigan peaehblows sold at J5c a bushel; a steamboat took 100 bar- rels of rcsjo'a at 55c Peachblows cculd be had at from 90dto 51. In' fir a choice lot $1 15 was offered. , The general market -was in the usual quiet condition, kQQs were the principal oDject oi attraction; iney nave been Bellloc here at 11c. while the New Oileans Times quoted as follows: "The Btock is light and in moderate requett. Louieiana are Belling at :M22 and western at 1720; per dczau." Tma fact caught the attention of seme of tae speculatively inclined, and an active bearch for eggs was initiated. "Engs to tbe right or yon, eggs to me leicoi you, eggs all around you for buyers were waiting," and rome thousands of dozens wre taken at prices ranging from 11 1 to 12c The bt- JjOUIs papers oi weuues- day quote epgs: "Receipts Jibsral and market ttead y at 10c per dozen, patent csass an&recounted." (Jhichcnt wera In fair demand at S2 603 for irfsricr and roo8tert, $3 254 for mixed, 4460 for beno. JJucki vrtn in small nuraoerai $4 50 Geese were again 6 turkeys sold at $1C20 for gcod; inferior down to svz rcat are in request; it. is Bam thev ara wanted down the river for shipping and up the river to make info coilee; 150 sacks of Held peas sold at $1 a bushel dealers Bnouia sneii out meir peas while they have a chance. Coffee drinkers can take warning and do their own grinding, Unex frail is he heavy; quarter peasbep, fifflet! halves 7o: anplea. 4(ac are u mi, wholesale teliera repoTt. Cab I I . - -r t r Ibaaeteo d at SS10 for Louisiana fre3b. Butter wa blither for choice, which Is He. hicd-ciuarterp. 5Tj7c: sheep. 7SU0 ' ., ' - ,n. fj.. . nogs scare ana urm at iu-. eiucn t bowed some decrease in receipts; corn fed cattle wore tolerably active at 3J 4c gross; rangers alio sell well at 21i 3agross. Veal calve scarce and in de mand at Jftyyiu, m in ij'iamy. v. jwh with calves dull at S2035 per head, as In quality, though few cnolce in market. Hogs Bcarce and brisk at Gj7ic, groaa. Sheep scarce, none having arrived for several dayp, and corn-fed sell readily at 5j6Jo groes for good to choice, with in ierior to idir j-io jier ucu. Ajaiuuo in demand with no rtceipta; would sell at $2 504 per bead. Provisions are reported by the Chicago Tribune, of Tuesday, as less ectlve with a tame market. Chicago pack in?, for tbe regu:ar sawm. sums up i Ka-XKT, .pi,wr 1.670 318 lastBeasoc: last 212.42: averaee yield of lard thla eeason 36.37, Iaat 37.30. The following are the mercnants' wnoiiBaie caau prices, a? reported by the dumber of commercs: KljOUK SnDerflne. U 7535; ; doable extra. S5 254)5 75;tieb!e extra, Stfaa GO; ctioloe, : ; ctioloe, ft So OORNMEAXr-Qalet: klln-Urled. 12 3302 40 nap L)I3 CORN Klrm, i-tock llgbt; mtxod, 52355o; White. 52 56c per bush. OATS Oulet: mixed. 47alSo: white. I'SSOs; seed, 5Ja5c per bash. I . . I - I ... ....... 1T1U ifAYOu.ot: cboice western. J22323: prai rie. 19310, mixed, tlSSM per ton. B.UXlN (packed)-sboulders, 10310Ijc; long clear Ilea, 13U": clear "b fcldts ISjiQlOXc: clear sides, 13j4gHe; breatirast Haa4o,sa-gar-enrtd hams, canvassed. 150154c; su jar cured bams, uncanvasstd lignite. U. a. M .AT- soouiuers, j(a;ic; iouk cieur sides, 12KH2;e; clear rib nldes, 12ic; clear sides, UXc; iiams, llc; mess porli, (21; rnmeed port, 821; packul o higher. LA.UD-Ia uercos, 1331lc; lu eS HKo; LhaU barrels, UKc; palls, HJjc. 2hi2-j X2gt3H5; baling twine, U8UJ$o; Iron ue, 5fD5c : piecea ties, 3943. MAOKEkIIj -Firm ; half bbls., Ko. 1, (99 3, (737 H); kit?, No. 1, $1 7532; kits, No. 2,151 50 HAt . U . UW. 'VI VI wv CXIFKEE Urmer: ordinary, 20r421c; fair, 2121Kc; good, 22S22)ao : prime, S;cholco,21c ; Java.scc HIUE orainary lo.caoice. i95to per iu. aUU vK LOUISIANA. in hnds. Arm; fair, Vao; fully talr, So; prime, bjic; choice, hjje. yellow clarlfle i.ejiatOorwhlto clarllled, 10J9 llo per lb.; barreled, He hlgber. HUUAIt KEFIrtlfiD Standard A, 10Jc; crushed and powdered, li;i312c; granulaied, HXc per lb. mo saE3 Firm: common. 40c: fair. 15.348c;prlme,52ialo; strictly prime, 55g57c; fancy cnoice. duqojo per nai. x nUlra uomuioo w umcy,4uc($si ye. kiu. CHEES1S Wofctern, 13He per lb HALT Coirse and common fine. (17031 75: dairy, In bbls. (2 753; Liverpool coarse. sacks, HOA-f iteein ana uermaa, aoc per ia. HANDLES Boxes, lull wtleht. ICalGKc: huir box. full weieht. lOMtJlBJic: quarter box. rull weight, 1717Hc perlu. BTAllUtl oc per lo. -ftmsKY-x5cSlpercal. LIME tl S5l 50 per bbl. CEJIENf Louisville, (2 25; Robedale, (2 75 per bbi. (1 50SC 50:lemonsperbox, (j;a.8; oranges per box, aj, poiALoi-K rtucumuws. ci w, early rose, b5ctl 2i; russstf, 75cSl 25; plnk- oveti, 1 2D(4i cauuuge, prr uaiu, umi. colons, (1 &J32; beans, per bushel. (1 2l .5; dried apples, SfcOc; dried peaches, 8g9c. M I Kt:ii.L.l. u1 uuuer. wi-Meru tiuie. 23330c; inferior, lagJue; eggs, 12133 ; nails, per Keg, iu; viiiufia, iwnswuuiwa-ju, tobacco, perlb, McgSl; spice, 13 ,320c; pepper, 20323c; sardines, 515 50(316; ovsters, 1 lb, HVitMOc: oy'steis, 2 lbs, (1 &al 75; coal oil. shot. Detent, soaa. ciu, o(atc. MONEY MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. PAB18, March 16. Bentes, 66f. 152., er-dlvideud. NEW ORLEANS. March 10. Gold, 114 J; sight, i premium; sterling, bank, 557. LONDON, JVIaich 16. The rate of discount in the open tuaruetfer three months bills Is 3j3i, or i oeiow tne Bank of Eagland rate. Consols for money. 94 5-16; on account. Si -ib; 6-203 of 1865, 105J; 5-20j of 1867, 108; 10 403, 106; new nves, iwj; xxeiv ioik Central, 104; Erio, 1SJ; Erie prefeired,29. NEW YORK, March 16. Money, 45 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, o6 percent, tjuatoma ioctipu-,j!-j,vuu j.c aslstant treaeurer dlsbuised $55,000. Clearincs, S20,000;000. Specie ship nients. S410.000. GjUI A ... 1 4 ins ujiu opeuou at in; and closed at 114. Carrying rates, 2 to 5 ter cent. (Jivernmenc nonaa were Arm; coupons of 1881, 1221; do. 1865, lib?; ao. iboo, new, nat; uo. loai, iis, do. '68, 1235; new fives, 118; 10-403, regular, 118J; coupons, 120J; currency 6s, 126J. Btate secaritics wrra quiet; Tennessee 6s, old, 43; Tennessee 6?. new. 41 i; Virginia, old, 34; Virginia, new, 35: Miesourl 63, lUd Railroad bonds dull. Stocks opened ir refcti ar, with frequent fluctuations in the leading snared, ai weci've mo market-was weak and lower. W-stetn ITnfnn fell off from 6bi to OBi, union pAnifln from 671 ta 653. Lafie Snora ffom clj to 6ji paciflc Mall from 24 J to "li. Erie from 20s to 201, St. Pau1 Iram 43i to Mi, Oalos from 21 to 0j, and Michlgaa uentrai inra oor io oij. Transactions were 17,000 shares, of wbicn 30,000 were F-citlc Mali, v,uuu Western U.iion, 19.CQD St. . Paul. 32.000 Erie and 37,000 Lite Suoie. lho Erie biil pasae-1 Uie State Benato to day. The closing qcotatien3 were as follows: Western union leiegrapa, oo; jrn rlrtn Mall. 221: Adame Express compa ny, 106c: Wells & Fargo's Espiess corr- nnriV. Ud: ADieilUSU Jillirac wui- puny 63; United States Express tompa- riy, 73; New Yoik CenlrsI, 113J; .Erie, ol; Krie preferred 20; uariem, nzj; u-ritm nfMTd.l34! Miph'iran Central, ol: Union Pacl flc 9tock,65 J ; Lake Mhoro, 64r; Illiuoia uentrai, niusuum, 9CJ; Northwestern comraca, 43j; r a n ... n , . . Nnrtn wcaiern nreierrtu, o; wmo land. Coiumrus, wncmnau nu i ?ft?.SSSt &? HOif 'SMTSSi :.. , t-.ia. nrAk.l, Ol. unH. f!nltimrus. Cincinnati and In ... -'i,.l lA bia. Wahnlah XI- cat. ruui piuiciicu, . . Wabash preferred, at; r. wayne, iwf, Terre Haute, 4; Terre Haute preferred, 18: Chicajo ana AUpn, o; oicago aud Alton prefet'd. 10; Ohio and MbstesiPPfi inuiana central, ij. Chicag-, Buriiugton ana yuincy, io; HanniUiI and St. Joseph, ISi; Deiawi-ro and Lackawanna, 19j; Atlantic nnd PaeiHc telegraph, 19; Central Pacific bonds, 10S; Union Pacifio bonds. 105; Union Pacirls land grants, 103J; Union Paciflc slnklngfund, Gl; Mariposa, 9; Marlpcsa nre'erred. 91; Panama, 34; Mitaouri Pa"flc, 14; Atlantic Paciflj preferred, 104 PKOuL t JLA.KKET3. BY TELEGRAPH. TniftVILLE. Msrch 16 Flour dull; extra, $3 754; family, $6 757 50. Wheat dull at $1 151 33. Corn steady and firm at 43g,45ij. Otts qule, but firm, at3741c llay dull at $15. Pro visions flrm-r. Pork, $23 50. Balk moati, 8, 12 05S-12 3)o. Paeon, 9, 13 10 13 37Jc duicr-cured bams, 1415j. Whisky. $1 05. Bagging quiet, but firm, at 1213j. CHICAGO, March 16. Flour firm. Wheatslrong, higher and ucsattled; No. 2 spring, $1 01 Corn irregular, but In -JRMPHIS the main higher; No. 2 mixed, strictly fresh. 4io b.d. Oats steady and firm; No. 2, 34 c rcrk atroug anu nigner, closing a little oil"; best price $22 15 Lird -eome sales rather higher at 13 20 (S'.ia.iocZBulk meats steady and firm at g, 1212 jc. Whisky, $1 04 bid, $1 04 asked. CINCINNATI March 1G. Flour dull, $4 65(Si5 75 Wheat quiet "but steady, SI 051 25. Corn unsettled arid lower; 47c. OaU steady, with a moderate de mand, SG42. Pork nominal. $23. Lard eashr, 13 18io; kettle, 13i14. Hulk meats pteady, with a moderate de mand, 8i8, 12, 12c Bcon steady, with a moderate demand, 9j, 13, 13;c. Whisky. $1 05. Butter in fair demand and higher; choice, 32353; medium, 252Sc. ST. LOUIS, Ma-ch 16. Flour quiet. Wheat higher; No. 2 red winter, 1 47J bid March, and $1 50 April. Corn active and higher; No. 2 mixed, 4141j3 Oats inactive; No. 2, 32c on track, and 33Jc In warehouse. Whisky, $1 06. Pork qulfitat $22 7523-litter for Job lots. Bulk meata firmer; held higher, but no movement; round iott 8 J, Sjj, 12, 1212;c. Bacon steady; only a jobbing and order trade. Lard firmer at 13Jc de livered first April; kettle, up country. 13". Hoga Jemand active at $7 75 S 25 for packing. NEW'OBLEANS. March lG.-Sugar firm; common, 6j6ic; fair, 77ic; prime, 775c; choice, tsrasje. MoIasse3 steady; tormenting. S0353: prime, 40c. Flour steady; tuperfln,S4; double extra, $4 50; treble extra. $5 256 25; choice and family, $77 75. C jrnmeal, dull at $2 35. Corn quiet at 5252Jc. Oats quiet at 3843o. Bran steady at 80c. Hay quiet; prime, $18; choice, $2022. Pork qniet at $24 5X Dry salt meats firmer, 9J, 12jfa:13o. Bicon dull at 10J, 13114c. Hama flrw; choice sugar-cured scarce at 14J153. Lard quiet; tierce, refioed, 13io; keg, 143. Rice dull ; common to choice Louisiana, 46c. Coffee dull; ordinary to prime, 1618i3. Whisky steady; rectified, $1 091 10. , NEW YORK, Mann 10. Flour is lu fclr demand and a shade firmer; su perfine State and we3tern, $4 104 60; St. Louis, $5 259. Cornmeal aotlve and firmer; weettrn, $2653 20. Wheat better, with a moderate demand; No. 2 Chicago nominal at $1 221 26. Corn was a ahade better, with a moderate de mand; mixed western, newnngraaea, hSlCSifiHe.. Coffee quiet but firm ; Rio Jobbing at 15 193 gold; cargoes, 15lBo goia. sugar in rair nemanu. uiuiumoo uuuj English Island, 3545c; Porto R'co, 40 50o; New Orleans, 4560a Petro leum quiet; crude, 88o; reQned, 14Jc. Pork firmer atS22 87 Cut meata are nuiet: western long cleir, 121123c; city long clear, 13c. Lard firmer; prime steam, 13.6513.70.?. Butter firm: west ern, 1630o; State, 20353. Whieky, 1 09. COFFEE MARKET. BY TELEGRAPH. RIO JANEIRO, March 15. The cof fee market la very animated, and priceB are advancing. Good firsts, 5S005950 reis per ten kilos. DRY flOODS. BY TELEGRAPH; NEW YORK. March 16. BuslneEB sliifpioh in all denartmecita owlntr to the rainy weather. Cotton goods quiet but unahaneed in first hands. Shirting prints in fair demand but fanclea ruled nnlfit. OlnshHmB are movlno bteadily. Woolen coods. for men's wear dull. Rhawlalfias active. The Bulletin eays: "Shippers dress goods were sold at auc tion ana eome lines orongnt tow pricea.- Wind nnd Wave. After a se&son of storm we are again pnlovinc the br aht sunsbine, thoucn a rather cuilly breeze is blowing from the northwts. The river rose two feet lure yesterday, making five feet in tbe past forty-eight hours. The table below gives particulars: Office or Obskbvatios,") Signal service U. S. Akmy, y McMrms, Tesw., marcn io, isid.j I Above low'Chng's Ther. I Water. ; Kf e j ir 11 Feet, i In's. IcV.Io's Deg. -I Cairo Cincinnati . Uavenpott.... Dubuque Helena, Ark.. 45 50 29 Keokuk.. SO 27 "47"' 30 51 57 43 M 35 59 Leavenworth- Little Rock Louisville. Memphis Nashville . ... New Orleans. Pittsburg. Shrevepoit.. Bt. Louis . VIcksburg Below bench marc. H. M. LUDWIG, Sergeant. BY TELEGRAPH. Nashville. March 16. The river is rising, with 9 feet on the shoals. Pittsburg, March 16. Noon River 8 feet 7i inche3, and rising. Weather cloudy and mild. VICK8BDRQ. March 16. Dawn : Grand Lake. 6 a.m. : Nellie Peck, 6 a.m.; Susie Silver, 4 p.m.; Atlantic, 2 a.m. New Orleans, March 16. Weather heavy rains this morning, but clear and pleasant since. No arrivals. De parted: Paragoud, Greenville. CiNCiNNATi.March 16 Noon. River -,lltrv TVootVicr tlnnrlo RTIfl fthnWArv. "'""(' . " r"r " . Night Kiver 28 feet 3 incnea, ana rising. veaiuer uiuuuy auu ouunaj. Evansville, March 16. Weather it rilned from 7 Dm. till 9am, witn lleht showers since; violent gale all day, su'Dsndine navication. Mercury 56 to 41 Hlver rising fist, with 25 feet on the Xlt gauge, Rt. Lours. March 16. Arrived HpIIb Memohis. MemDhis: Ste. Gene vieve, Vicksburg. Departed : Colorado, Vicksburir. The river has risen 11 inches, and swelling rapidly. Weather the rain continued most of last night ; eloudv and cold to-day; high wind to night, with flurries of snow and freezing Caibo, March 16. Noon Arrived : City of Helena, vicksuurg, a p.m Slmnson Horner. New Orleans, 9 p.m, Sam Brown. Sr. Lou's, nojn. Depart ed: HlmDson Horner. Cincinnati, 11 n.m.: Citv of Helena. Ht. Douis, 6 am; John B. Maude. Bt. Louis, 8 p.m. Bain this forenoon: cloudy and cool X phi. No arrivals or departures, River 31 feet 11 Inches and rising. Weather clear. Mercury 44". Movements at tbe Levee. ARRIVALS. n 11. T r -1 r. . T?11 UOmmouweailii, iew uucauo, xiia, gt prancia river: Charles Morgan, Cin- cinnat,. Robert Mitchell, New Orleans; A. J. White, Napoleon; i;ity of unester, St. Louis; Capitol City. Ht. .Louis. DEPARTURES. Commoawe&Uh, St. Louis; Charles Morgan New Orleans; Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati: A. J. White, Napoleon; g f Cbe-Bt M c ito, City VwW; Thompson Dean, New Or- leatlB. IN PORT. Ella, Osoeola Blle. BOATS DUE. Jamea p. Parker, Huth, Id'ewlld.Phil Allin, George w. uneeK, iiegai Tenaer BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY, Cincinnati James D. Parker, Rob ert W. Wise, master, nve p.m Ashpobt Osceola Belle, O. K. Jop lin, master, five p.m. master, five p.m Fkiars Point Phil Allin, James Lee, sr., master, Ave p.m. - Becclpti Yetcrlay. The Ella brought out ol St. Francis rlvpr 233 ba'.ea cotton, 5 Dacs f eed-cot- ton, 2-54 acks cotton-seed, 2 head cattle, 7 nkes eundrie?. The A J.White brought 140 bales cot ton. 30 bi8b seed-cotton, 351 sacks cot till EClll. 160 Doles. 27 Dkes sundries, P.iberc MitcheIl-27 hhds BUgar, 80 trfta and shrubberv. nnmmonwealth 24 bbls tir. 10 crates mbbaire. 20 bbls Dotatoos, 40 boxes oranee'. 20 boxes lemons, 4 bbls molas- HFo. 6 F&oks coffee. Ci'y of Chestar 83 bale? cotton, 1900 bbls fl-ur. 700 nails lard. 290 sacks bran, 360 sacks com, 150 sackB oats, SOP p&g 31 11 25 : 27 7 15 I 8 9 4 ... . . 12 G 15 7 10 2 "To"' "lT" T ! 32 O 21 13 40 I 3 9 2 ! io r"f" 5 16 , G .. 12 39 j G 5 JJA.IX5T APFBAL FBIDAY. anntlrlpg. 18 mulep. 5 horses, 35 head or catUe. I.neo PnrsErKlil". The sunny aide was the ambition of levee loafers yesterday. Tbe City of Chester departed for Bt. Louis yesterday evening with five hun dred and fifty-three bales of cotton. The IRoixrt Mitchell passing up to Cincinnati yesterday, added here seven ty bales of cotton, a lotof miscellaneous freight, and fifteen passengers. Tne storm of Wednesday night and yesterday morning made tough times for steamers afloat. No damage occurred to any, so far as heard from. The Morgan" passed down about half past ten o'clock yesterday, having on board about fourteen hundred tons of freight, a big lot of Btock, and her cabin crowded with passengtri'. The Thompson Dean got away for New Orleans last night with six hun dred and fifiy-fiix biles of cotlen, three thousand saefca oil-meal, two hundred barrels potatoes, fifty tons of way f eight, atd a good trip of cabin passengers. The sky with clouds were overcast, and the rain continued to fall until yes terday morning just before day.ight, when a tudden change of tactics of the weather department March ed the flood burdened clouds into other localitiep, leaving ua in the enjoyment of a bright sunBhino and a clear sky. The north west wind continued to fan our alabastf r nose with his fro3ty breatb, but Old Bol kept it In even temperature. Paducah Hews: "Some tima since it was announced that the Ohio river was cutting a new channel to the Tennes see river at a point above Livingston point. As thi3 was a matter which seriously effects our city a meeting of tbe city council appointed a committee to go up tbore and examine into the state of affa'w. If this committee ever did anything we are not advised of it. It was thought that the abrasion could be stopped if the proper measures were resorted to, but nothing was done, and the Ohio has now cut through to the Tennessee about four miles above town, and two or three more Hood bights of the river will cut a ohannel through there that will admit of the passage of the largest class of steamers. Not only thla, but the rush of the water against the west bank of the Tennessee will cut it out and seriously affect our city. Heretofore Piducah has been considered a safe ice-harbor during the severest winters. Boats by going a few hundrei yards above the mouth of the Tennes see were perfectly safe from floating ice, but if this channel cuts through auffl. clentlv to caes steamers the ice will come tearing down the Tennessee from a pjint four miles above us, a thing un known In history, and render our wharf unsafe for steamboats to lay up during the winter. We don't know tnat u is yet too late to remedy the matter. At all events it wouiu De wen enongn to look into the matter and see what can be done." DA!LY AND WEEKLY rs 3EBHBI Weekly (postage free)....... Weelcly (for Clubs of Flva or more .2 50 POSt- age tree). DUy tsix papersi -- .- ! 00 -10 oo JEWELRY. 1W0NT MARRY UNLESS YOU BUVTftH wrnniwr nwn ...... A0 .,v.qi jrinYEKSi BiKTIFiOTDBKfi JEWELER! Has instock, and is continually receiving, tne nnesi selections ui Fine Opera chalnn, VestCtialiis, Watehei of all trad en, Fine Seta, Plain aud ynney Hlugs, Ctiarms, Etc Also, a fine assortment or hilvkkwami aii tho ohnvn enndmiTe GrTAHANTSED equal to tbe best, and from 5 to 25 percent below Main RtreL ur ces. iEdira.i.sim v.- watches and jewelry a specialty. J Live and let Uve Is our motto. Don't fall to give me a call. 310 Seooxu! Street. Memphis DRY GOOPS. COCBBAN, MOIE&N & GO. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF RSPF.CTI nr.T.Y CALL THE ATTENTION K. m thnir fnends centrally, and buyeis shnnt tnvl.it New York, to their STOCK OF LACES, EMBH0IDEBIE8, BIBB0NS, WHITE G00D3, USERS, SIIATYLS, DEESS GOODS, KOTI0NS, TY0OLE5S, HOSIERY, Etc., Etr, and ask that buyers will examine the tame before purchasing eieewnere. idsj titu SHERIFF'S SALS. SHERIFF'S .SALE op piHAT, ei 1s7.au T'za. PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HEREBY QIVEN, That bv vlrtne of a venditioni exponas to me directed irom the lion. Circuit Court of Bhelby county, Tennessee, In the case of Mrs. Ann E.Connell vs. Dennis McDermott, Judg ment rendered on the SOth day of September, 1875, for the sum oi iony-iwo uouara ana ni t,i i-khh with Interest and costs of suit, to salisiy saiajuugmeni., eic , i iu, on Tae8uaj, the 21st Day or March, 187G, In legal hours, In front of the courthouse, Memphis, Tennessee, proceeu io sen. uj me hlshest bidder, for cash, the following de scribed property, to-wlt: A Certain lOl in ine cuy ui iueuipuis, duuu county, lennessee, In subdivision of lots ot Turley's estate, lelng part ot lot seven 17, blocc tnree i,j oouiiut-u iuuuwh; xxtk" iinnattn northeast corner of Haldwln and Jones's lot; tnence north with west side of Tnrley street ioriy iiuj leti io a siaae; meucn weatnlnet e0feet to a stake; thence south forty liOJ feet to naiauin anu joness 101; tbence east with sal lot ninety lOOJ feet to tbe hftinnin(r. Tvled on an the nrooertv of de fendant, Dennis McDermott, lo satisfy said igment, interest anu cosui. femphls, Hlh day of February, 1878. C L. ANDERSON. Ibl9 a Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn. Ills Airi v. BOLD 600DS! NOTICES. NOTICE. Memphis, Ten, March 6, 1S76. nNDEK Instructions from the Board of Ul rMtors of tbe Home Insurance and Trust Company of Memphis, I will proceed to sell, on HATUKDAY, March 18, 1876, to tbe highest bidder, for cash. Certificate No. 149 for twenty shares of tbe capital stock ot said Company, and apply the proceeds of such sale t tbe pay ment of T. B. Dillard's note, to whom said Certificate was Issued. Hale lo take place at 11 o'clock R.in., at tbe southwest corner ot Madison and Main slreeti, Memphis, Tenu. jnK7 n. r. liULiUiu, cecreiary. BOABD OF HEALTH Meuphls, Tto., March C, 187C. rriHE office of tie Board of Health has been I iocattaatOTOcopan,ror. toon. iMtlzens are rennested to reDort nn'sances at this office, and assured that they will receive attention at the earliest possible moment. FHOFOSAIiS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office until March 20th, for removal of Garbage from the city. BpeclQcatlons to be seen at the office ot the Board. Board reserves tbe right to reject all bids. Citizens are hereby notified that in compli ance with section SO of tbe Health Ordinance, the; must discontinue the practice oi sweep ing trash, waste paper, rubbish, ashes, etc., into the gutters and streeti. Tbey muit pro vide Bultaole receptacles lor such refuse, keep them In tbe alleys or In the rear or their busi ness houses, and remove the same at regular intervals. Violators of this order will be brought be fore the Recorder. By order of the Board of Health. HEBEIt W. JO-KS, M. D., mh7 Becretary. PUBLICATIONS. A BOOK FOR THE MsLLIONI MARRIAGE A Prints Coanwlortetfe Married, or Uum aboot ta mfcfT7,cottiepbyiUlofflrJ tpytiaim ind r fUaoni of Lho aexcbJ mrtUsn. wllA GUIDE. t&ftlUMl llfwoTcrv In the scion of irpraOactlon, prwerrlnf U4 complexion. &0. 7ti 1 in lateralis wi 3u with Diunentu eoftTtn i. and ooquIqj nhoatle iororroiLiaa f,f time h we min-IedcwttQtemplanvTL.Nn; Oil It U tool UUoocbtto be coJer lock iod iejta6txA wcxn4etly -XZzlVZ A HEW MAUAZIHE. RECORD OFTHE Y&B. tttst PUBLISHED The flrst number of a if capital new Monthly Magazine, or sort of ueierence scrap-uooK. iseing mu iiiuuiuiy record of every Important event In any part of ihe world, together with a selection of tbe choicest miscellanv of tbe month, carefully Indexed, and edited by Frank Moobk.oI the ' Rebellion Record." Beantlfuliv printed, with an elegant steel portrait of tbe late millionaire, Wm B. Astor. The most attractive. Interesting and reliable monthly magsz'ne ever Issued bold by all book and news dealer? , and sent free by mall on recelot oi price, cu cents, Dy O. W. CARLETON & CO., Publishers, mblO eod Madison Bqnare, New York. AKgfr WSIC BOOK. DfCTIOXAltT OF MUSICiL INFORMATION Price, 81 35. By Joho W. noorr . - TnfnTmntlnnAhont. f2nfi01 tirominent Mu sicians, Musical Instruments, Musical Events, Musical Terms, Musical Theory. Music Books, nnd fivervtlilntr else that one wishes to know about mulc. all concisely and clearly I stated. Valuable book of reference. Thepos- .i.i.. .1 1 . A I) I ( I n.'.r lllulnr." of Music, 2 Vols., each fl 50) Is perfectly posted anu lnquiry-proai in musical suujecvs. EABTER CAROLS (New) Howard 20 cents. Basrlni'a Art ot Hinging has for years been a Btandard book in vocal uuuure. Used everywhere. Price, Complete, 51; .Vbrldged, 93. MOOSE'S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MDSIC-Sfl. Pftklufc's Anib'tu Book (SI 0) Is a famous good book of easy Antnems ior unoira, anu Tonrlee'a Chorui Choir (12) is an equally good book ot dlincuit Antnems ior me same purpose. What a gem Is LIVING WATERS, for Praise What a prize Is SHININU RIVER, for Sun day ticnoois cents. OLIVER DIT30N & CO., B0ST0X. p. rr. tuthon a co.. 711 Broadway, New Yoik, J. K. UlTBUrt .s uu.. (Successors to Leo & Walker) Philadelphia. THIS PAPER IS ON FILE WITH Where Advertising Contracts can bo made. MAREIAGE- .Marrlace Guide teacbrs Utne inqtitritivp uiouiu know onCourthip,3IT Tiigf, the niTiuio(icl I veriet and KeveLitiont ol th sexual ifftrni, 1'hU GUIDE AND B00K0FNATURE.sm their nfttnr and enre. Trniti on alt private Diseavrs, fully eipiolniP2Uiirciiiisci, tymrtomi ana means to cuttii 1 tho only reIlycientlQc work of the kind ever publuh. ea, com.lDt nwiy UJJ Pes .uu is cvmiHcte in c tiect. Sfnt by iUlf wrurejy fce&led on receipt ol A) irestllr. CL A. P.OTIANNAN I'VI Vnrf S it . St. Lou li, Mo. t,iUbUihcdlnlT. PROSPECTUS. Pit UH l Ef!T vf On or betore me eigm eemn nt Morrh nfTt. the underslzned will com mence. In the city of Knoivllle, the publica tion of a newspaper, dailv and weekly, to be ctuiiui Knoxvllle Tribune. Tbe Tribune. politically, win ue uemwiaui:, uui. no w censure errora or wruuga wimiu no unu kc..i.jr aa to expose and condemn hurtful polloles nnil nntn nn tlinnarLOI 1L8 ODDOUeniS. IU IVi general tone and conduct it will be conserva tive anu naiiaum, anu, iu hucu ayn ,v, m hnr fnr thn iiMcrvfii success or t,ue iiemocrai' lc party in tbe rotates and nation, as now op nvuvi fw it Rpniihllcan adversaries. Local ly, It will earnestly promulgate such ideas ami nrfvncatB such means as raav be deemed best promotive of tne ueveiopmeni, Ruvanco ment and general prosperity of tbe section frnm wMh It Will r.lnlm ItH SUDDOrt. The Daily Tribune will oe a iuu-siz-a teven-coi- umn paper, containing each day tne teie grapblc news from all parts of the world, rimnlnta cnmmeiclal reports, and a creater nnnntitv of miscellaneous reacmg matter man any aaiiy paper jia .cm-i. icuuc-u, . north Georgia, or soumwesiern lrginia. mo Weekly muune win De an eigni-page pprr, with rholca editorial and miscellaneous matter, embracing all the departments of ap proved Journalism making It a first-class Family nnwHTner. The local and business departments of the Tiibune will be In charge of gentlemen of well-known experience, ca- . . . . . 1 . fT"l. .. n.JI,M. nM.a M.III pacityana initgriLy. mo ihuihibwuiid irm be new in Its entire outfit, comprising alo a well-selected Job office. Terms: Dally One innv nnn vear. S3: one copy six months. i one copy three months, $2: one copy one month. 7Sn: one copy one week. 20c. Weekly finncnnvone vear. S2: one cony six months. i . tn mnl nnn vear.tla. Advertising rates same as those now prevailing In Knoxville. All subsclplions can in aavauce, inuugu on fiayments ror eimer Huuscriptiuuo ui nu Isements will be asked for until tbe publica tion of tbe paper shall have been commenced. For the support of this enterprise we respect- fully solicit me P"gg ji. flTBMINQ, HAM M'JviNiNtilt. Editors and Sole Proprietors. Kkoxviiak, Tunis., t eoruary a.m.s. Tho tinfinrslnied. in tnstlce to himself and oiinnnomivt. takes this occasion to nay that ow lng to personal and professional disagree ments Deiweea muiac hjju jiwiuw. . . ... office of tbe Knoxville 1'cett and Herald, he r. r; -a iitnr or that naoer uua t't .... r-y - . . - j. . since the fifteenth of December last, ine same disagreements still continuing, legal proceeaings nave " '""" "f"..' rirvo settlement. JOHN M. yL.fe.Ml.NU. MACHINERY. Hoht. Lewis & Co., MEMPHIS BOILER WORKS New and Second-hand Boilers always on hand. oieamooab anu xian union Trui&fiuuj ly attended to. FOOT A HAMS ST.. MFMPHI. TEXN. PUBLIC SALES. PB0BATE C0UET SALE -OF- 33 BUXiyOIXO JTB No.9i,R-I. In the Probate Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. Elizabeth Ragland et ai. vs. Hamnella Ragland et al. BY by virtue of a decree for sale entered in this cause, I will Bell, at public auction, In front of the courthouse door, on Main street, Mempnis, lennessee, on Wednesday, March 52, 187G, commencing at 11 o'clock a.m., the following lots in me ruigianu sutuivisioii, iu ine houiu Amt suburbs of the clly of Memphis, to-wlt: Lots Nos. 3,7,8. 9, 10,11,12, east A 13, and lots IB. iO, 26. 27. M. 2. 30, 31, 2, S3, 31. 35 38, 37, . 45, 5$; S 71, 72, 73, 71, 0, 81 and 82 -a 1 desirable building lots. Bhould all of said Iota not be sold on said first dav of sale, the sale will be continued from day to day until aU are sold. For further particulars and description see posteis and plana on Oil In my office. Terms of Sale One-lourth cash: balance in one, two and three years, with Interest, pur chasers executing notes, with two good and luincient securities. JAMES RKILLY. Clerk. Vance, Anderhon, Meriwether fc Scales, Sols, for coropiamanu. ion MABOH 17, 1876 BANKRUPTCY. SOTICE IX BAHKKCPTCT. In the District Court or tho United Btates, for tbe District of Western Tennessee. In tbe matter or if. J. Wlgglu, Bankrupt-In Bank ruptcy. To the Creditors of said Bankrupt: TAKE UOTICE, That n general meeting at the creditors of said bankrupt will bo held at the office of T. J. Latham, Esq.. Register in Bankruptcy for said District, at Memphis, No. VJ Madihon stroet, on tbe 16th day of March, 1ST6, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose ot de claring the first dividend. I also give notice that I have filed my accounts as assignee of the estate of sal bankrupt. In sala Court, In accordance with tbe provisions of the 28th section of an act of CODgress entitled "Auact to establish a uni form system of bankruptcy throughout tbo United States,' approved March C, lo&S. E. J. KAItK, Assignee, fb- frl SSI Second street. BANKRUPTCY. SALE OK BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND CIUAKH, at public auction. On WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 21, 1876, I will sell, at A. M. Stoddard s auction store, No. 2(0 Second street, at 10 o'clock of said day, seventeen barrels of Whisky, four and a-half barrels of Brandy, and one hundred andfllty thousand Cigars, effects ot John Smith, bank rupt. mtiS O. WOOLDRIDQE, Assignee. HOTICE IN BASKnDPTOT, In the District Court of the United States for the District of western Tennessee in the matter of Toof, Phillips & Co., Bankrupts. jn .Bankruptcy. To the creditors of said bankrupt: riTAKt; ruiiUBi mat a general meeting oi 1 the creditors of the said bankrupt will be held at the office of T. J. Latham, Em., Regis ter In Bankruptcy for said district, at Mem phis, Ko. lu.jiRUison street, on me ism aay oi .Marcn,i5iG,ai u o ciock, u.m., tor tue purpose of declaring a first and final dividend! We also give you notice that we have filed our final accounts as assignees of tbe estate of tbe said bankrupts, lu tald Court, and that on uie lum uay oi Apri ineii.we snau appiy 10 sam Court for tne settlement of onr said accounts, and for a discharge from all liability as as signees of said estate, in accordance with tbe provisions or the zsth section ot tne act oi Congress, entitled " An net to establish a uni form system or uanxrunicy mrougnoui me United Btates," approvea marcn isoa. J. H. UUVE.lt. O. WOOLDKIDGE, Assignees, fb22 No. 19 Madison street. COMMISSIONER SALES I COMMISSIONER'S SAL TT?AT. P.ST A TT1 JUM JEt JS. JU JLA 9 JL JSL JL JCl a No. 1775. B.D, Chancery Court of Shelby coun ty, Tennessee. u. r. Anuerson, commis sioner of Revenue, etc., vs. Ueorgo a. Pe ters eiai. Pnrsnant to a decree for sale entered In this came, on the 10th dav of March. 1S7G. and re corded In Minute Book 11, paaofcS, e'c.,1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, i ior casn, in iroui oi me courwouse, in uie city of Memphis, on SiUrdaj, 8th Day of April, 187C, within legal hours, the following real es tate, or so much thereof as may be nec essary to discharge the taxes adjudged against said property and all costs asshown by said decree, to wit: A parcel ot land lying in tne Hit civil District oi uneioy county, im mediately south of the " State Female Col lege," and described aa follows: Lot 17 and part of lot IS, of the Wltherapaon subdivision of lots 1 to 4 and 9 to 14 of the Kerr tract ; said lot 17 fronting 183 feet on the east side of an avenue (College avenue) and running east from said avenue, with alike wldin.i'Jiieet to Fowler avenue: and said part of lot 16. lying north of lot 17, fronting 185 feet on eat side of the avenue first mentioned, and run ning back east, with same width, 317 feet; the said lot 17 and part ot 16 containing 4 acies, and being an oi saiu 1011 1 anu in noi Hereto fore sold and conveyed to Mr. Shaw and Mrs. Glover. Also, part of lot I'M. in the clly of .Memphis. and bounded as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner or Main and lncnester streets; thence north 2D feet; thence east 50 reel; tuence souui LUieet to wincnesiersireei; thence west 5) fett to Main street, the begin ning. Also, part oi lot, iv. in me ciiy oi .uerupius in said oil v : Beginning at tbo southwest cor ner of Main and Winchester streets: thence south with west side of Main street about 25 feet to the center of partition wall; tbeuce west through middle of siid wall, parallel with Winchester street. 65 feet: thence north and parallel with Main street about 25 feet to the south side of Winchester htreet; thence 55 feet to the beginning. This March 16, 1876. Commissioner of Revenue, Etc. John Johnston, Attorney. Mr nrjl "V "lr Tl ffjwnTw! nlmnftArv t'onrt Docket B. P. Anderson, commissioner of Revenue, etc, vs. Bridget Cooney. Pursuant to a decree of sale, enleied in tho UUUVU UlUW UU JVbll Uttjr Ul iuuiiu, iuiv. -1 ... . r ir.Mni.ia T ..-III -i i a . i. ...... r .(... l . ttrrM 111 LUt: lUUUUCljr i.UUll Ul mcuipnia, . vi m at public auction, to tne mgnest Diaaer, ior casn. in irom oi tat) couiiuuuw, iu me unj or iiempms, on SjtBruayf 8th Day of April, 1870, within legal hours, the following real es tate, or fo much thereof as may be necessary to uiscnarge me taxes aojougea against, bhiu nrnnnrtv mid nil costs a.s shown bv said 06- cree, town: l"art of lot IB, in tne cuy ai Mempnis, DOiween uvenon anu jacmuu ttrppt., : Hounded west bv Chickasaw street: enst bv Front allev: norm bv south line or Juaiun HODueuy s 101; souin Dy norm iiue ui lot formerly it. .ueonara's ironting its ieet ou unicaasaw street. Dy iuiei oeep. This ltu March, lbTU. jj. xr, ajn uriitaun , Commissioner of Revenue, etc. John Johnston, Attorney. mbis thu NO. Gfi6, R. D. First Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee.- a. tr. nuersun, wm- missloner of Revenue, etc , vs. jo. jvaui- mnn (t nl. Pnrauant to a decree for sale entered in the above cause, on 20 h day oi November, lirrs In Mlnntn Hook. No. 12. nazs 88, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest Kllilar tnrnnatl. In front of the COUtthOCSe Of Hneiby county, on juain mreei, iu iud .ii.jr i iiempms, on fc'aturday, 8tli Day of April, 18VG, within legal hours, the following described real estate, or bo mucn inereoi an uu ouui clentto discharge toe taxes adjudged against said pre perty and all costs as shown by said fA.wit- i.nt fin. fit. 62. ?. 61. 65. 06. 67. 68,09,70 and 71, on the west sldeot Ragland avenue, eacn lot jroniiug oi3 icei. uu. mm nue by iss leet in uepm. misoiuuay oi Jiarcu, ioio. B. P. ANDERSON, Commissioner ef Revenue Shelby county. W. V. McDowell, Solicitor. No. flsi. R. D. Flrot Chancery Court or Shelby county, Tennessee. a. r. Aiiuersou, Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. w. D. T.nmnlrln Bt Bl. inraniint to n. dncrea for sale entered in the above cause on 26th day of November. into, in juinuie cuok. iu. i, uajto ,7 sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, rnrraRh. in irnni. ni inn niiurLiiouso ui ouciuj county, on Main street, in the city of Mtm- pnis, on Saturday, 8th Day of April, 1870, within Ipral hnors. the fallowing described real estate, or so much thereof as shall be suf ficient to discharge the taxes adjudged against said property anu an costs as buuwu ujr um decree, to-wi': A certain lot of ground de scribed as foUows: Beginning on me souiu oi.innf nhl Ma, 1 1 win street 21 leet west of J. B. Hill's lot thence west with the south line of said lot 45 feet; thence tonlh E2 west 07 9 10 feet; tttence east bsjs ieei anu moaco mnu , east oi i iu loei io ine ucgiiiuius. A Un 1 .nt is. on the south side of Madison ctrori- Hpclnnlne at the Intersection of tne bouth side of Madison street with the west Hue or Wellington street, anu running mjuiu wlln Wellington street my. ieet; uuhi wim Wellington Bireeu iiojj iccv, memo nmi eet: iiibuco .c."si"Yvr zt'..r oirpnr nnn inpnnn rski jjvs. ictsh lu iiio biu "V"- nintr A'SO. tile weafc iwu-lllilUB "l iui i..w..u, jrt.i . . . . m. . . . . i. .. . . ..i . r. . n'..ti)... . . . . I. I J .. . V 1ft. oftl.t lOL irOnLlUE: ICCb UU LUa OUSb DIUO IT C.u ton street oy ua ieei. in oepiu. This Btn day oi iiarcu.is.o. B. P. ANDERSON, Commissioner of Revenue, Eto W. W. McDowell, Bollcltor. No. 603. R. D. First Chancery Court oi Shelby county, Tennessee. a. tr. Anuersou, Commissioner or Revenue, etc, vs. raui a. rMfalla Pnnrannt to a decree for Bale entered In tbe above cause, onStth day of December, IKS, In Minute Book No. 13, page 172, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for ca- h, at the courthouse of Shelby county, on Main street, in the city ol Memphis, on Saturday, 8lli Day of April, 187C, within legal hours, the following described real estate or bo much,thereof as shall be suffi cient to discbarge the taxes aujuugeu againx said property and all costs as shown by f aid decree, to-wlt : Part of lot No. 1, in block No. 29, on the east side of Shelby street and corner of Talbot street. Also, lots 1.2 and 3, In block 31, on the eaU side of Shelby street. This bth day ot aiarcn, ib.o . II. P. ANDERSON, Commissioner of Revenue, Etc W. W. McDowell, Solicitor. No. 667, R. D. Klrt Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. -B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. W. P. Waldranetal. . , , Pursuant to a decree for sale entered in tbe above cause, on2ti.h day or November, 1875, in Minute Book No. 12. rage 683, 1 will sell t public auction, to i be highest bidder, for cash, ut the courthouse door of Shelby county, In the city of Memphis, on Saturday, 8ttj Day cf April, 1870, within legal hours, tbe following described real estate, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient io discharge the taxes adjudged against said property and all coat as shown by said decree, to-wlt: Lot No. 8, In block 42. on the Bouth side of Vance street, in tbe city of Memphis. Also, tbe north half of lot No. 10, In block No. 12 aforesaid. This 8th day of March, 1879. B. P. ANDERSON. Commissioner ol Revenue, Etc. W. W. McDowell, Solicitor. mhs wea HOOPSK1RTS. Southern Ilnopsklrt and Corset Manufactory, 383 Ham St. 17STABLI8HED1S67. Latest Pj st vie Uncrushable Back- skirts, Abdomen Corsets. Nur slnz CorseH. Invalid's Corset'. Tbe Memphis Corsets, Tulle- Misses' CorecUi,and Eztr-Iong Corsets for large ladles. I'ads, Braces, Double-steels, Whale bones and Bustles. Ooodi sent C. O. D., and war ranted. I.OlllS I,NJK. 1' ' CHANOERY SALES. CHANCERY SALE OK 3FLea.l Estate. No, ai. Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee. Jonn c. saint, executor oi j.si. Ualnt. deceased, vs. William Brown et ai. BY vlrtuer of an Interlocutory decree ror sale, entered In the above cause ou the I 0th day of March, 1ST6. I will sell, at pub lic auction, to tne mgnesi oiuuer, in iroui ui bulldln;, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, ipril 1, within legal hours, all tbe interest of the es tate of J.M.Saint, deceased. In and to tbe fol lowing described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, and In the city of Mem- Sbls,bounded and described as follows to-wlt: eglunlng at a point on the south side of ueorgia street ui4 leei west irom iu iuwimc tlon with Ninth street, and at the corthwet corner of Wra. Brown's lot; thence west with tbe said south side ICO feet; f hence south on a line parallel with Ninth street 170 feet; thence east on a line parallel with Georgia street l(w feet; thence nottn nu rest to tne Deginning. Terms of Hale One-tirth cash : balance on a credit oi seven ana ten monuis; notes with approved surety requirett ror ueierreu payments: lien reuuneu uii same are paiu, eic. xnia juucu iu, ioiu E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. D. C. and M. C W. Fraeer and T. M. S. Rhett, atty 's. in h 10-17-1 31 apt CHANCERY SALE or Real ESstate; No. 1837, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county Tennessee. a. a. earner, xveceiver, eio., is A.'M.Kergusou et.al. T virtue of an interlocutory decree for raie Jt entered in the above cause on the 6th day of December. 1K7S, and renewed March?, 1S7, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in iront of the clerk and Master's office, new Courthouse building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Satnrday, April 1, 1870, within legal hours, tbe following described properly. situated in Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wit: Beginning at the Intersection or the old Randolph road with the new Ran dolph road. In the Filth Civil District of said COUnty, ueing auoui 1, uiiies duuu uio city of Memphis; thence south with the new Randolph road 1015 feet to lot No. 33; tlioace east with lot No. 33 to tbe old Randolph road; thence along said old road northwardly to the beginning; containing seven aores. more or lees, ana oemg country iui. -xu. oj ui iu McLeinore and Weakly grant No. , as sub divided. Terms or Sale un a credit oi six momns, purchaser to execute note with approve! se curity; Hen retained and equity of redemp tion barred; purchaser required to deposit 10 per cent, on purchase with Clerk Instanter as earnest money. This March 8,1876. JS. A. uuli., i.ier& auu .aiuMer. By R.-J. Black, D. C. and M. J. A. Taylor, Attorney. mh8 CHANCERY SALE OF EAIi ESTATE, No. 1512, Rr-Wm. M. Smith, Adm'r de bonis nonoi a. iv. jenerson, uec u, vs. j. x. icuci son et al. . XY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for vS saln.enteredinthe above cause on the 3d day of November, 1S75, 1 will sell, at public oiirtinn. tn inn highest bidder. In front of tbe Clerk and Master s oince, new courmuuae building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, March 25, 187C, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennes see, to-wit: . , M , , 1.1 A lot situated on tbe south side of Jef ferson street, city of Memphis: Beginning 217 feet westward from Its intersection with Charleston avenue; thence westward with Jefferson streetoO feet; thence southward, at right angle?, msjs ieei to an aiiey; lueuco eastward SO feet; thence northward llS's feet to the beginning. . ... 2.1 A lot situated on Jefferson street and Cbatleston avenue: Beginning onlhetouth side of Jefferson street 21 feet west or Charles ton avenue; thence westward with Jefferson street 113 feet; thence f outhward, at right an gles, feet to an alley; thence eastward with the alley 175 feet, more or less, to an an gle in said alley: thence northeastwardly with said alley fii feet, more or less, to the southwest line of Charleston avenue; thence north 28 west with said avenue 124 feet, more or less, to east line of D.Zanonl'slot; thence southward with his line, and at right angles from Jefferson stieei,7S ieei, more or its ,io his southeast corner; thence westward 30 feet: thence northward ttt iees to me sraiu uue oi Jrfferson street tbe beginning reserving out ot this lot the 71 feet by 14S feet off tbe west aide of 113 feet fronting on Jenerson street, which 71 by 114 feet is lmprovea. 31 Lot No. &3 of John D. Armour's subdi vision of country lot No. 19tf, being 65 feet front on the north side ol Madison street, Memphis, Tenn.. as extended through said country lot No. 196, and running back north ward, between parallel lines, iw ieei to u 4.V LofNo. 8 or John D. Armour's subdivi sion of country lot No. 496, situated In said city ol Memphis, Tennessee, on the north side of Madison street: Beginning 337K feet east of Lauderdale street, between lots 65 and 07 of said subdivision, fronting CO feet on Madison street and running back HX) feet to an alley. 5.1 Lot Bl of Joun u. Armour s suouivisiuu of country lot 196, situated on the north klde of Madison street: Beginning 475 feet east from Lauderdale street, ironung w ieei ou Madison street and running back north to an aU?y . . ... T T o.,V, lO.J WeSfc part Ol lUlMUI A. r, jmii o owu- divislon or country lot 516, froctlns G9 feet on south side of Marr street and running back, hfitween uaralllel llnts.at right angles Irom said street, 150 feat to an alley. .7.1 Lot 11 and part of lot 10 of F. W. Smith's subdivision, south cf Vance ttreet, fronting i: . Ti-fT nn norm sine oi el ruui nittxi. iuii- nlng "back north, between parallel lines (the east line of lot 11 being the west line of Goslee street), 146 feet. 8 J A lot OI live ucxca, aii.uiiiA iu uuwuj county. Tennessee, near the new Raleigh mad. belne lot No 10 of Charles Jones subdl- TTioinn nf thn lAnd ennveved to him bv Benia- Tnin Wriirht- It.irlnnlnsr at a stake thence 195 65- 00 feet magnetic course north 53 west; tbence UU IS-IW ieei magnetic coarse uuriu 85 ' east; thence tonth 19o Oj ioij feet to a stake 5 southeast; tbence lilt 7 lwieet 13 me oe. o nn nn 9 Also, the following piece or parcel of lanu: Beginning on north side of btate line rnori at. HK corner ol 101 no. J. now ownea uy J. W. Scales; thence north with bcaies'seast line 660 feet to his nortffeast corner; thence east, parallel with State line road, 173)4 feet. more or teas, wwcsb omouitfcuHovui,tuu (40 feet wide); thence soutnwim uuavcauo 810 feet tome nonneast comsi ui uoi' anrIa-,1 Int. SOlO to 111 III uecmu:i ioiw tbence west 40 ieei to ninormwei!i.ooiui thence 150 leet to bis southwest corner on north line or state une roau; lucnto with said road- 133S feet, more or leas, to the Vwirr ,1 Yl 1 M T hn stihdlvlded and sold accordingly; also, hand-bills will be distributed belore day OX Term's of Sale On a credit of 6 12. IS and 24 mnnthi- nntm villi aDDroved security bear ing Interest at 8 per cent, from date; lien re tained to luimer secure sauicuuu t?nuiiji u redemption Darrea. xnis aiarcn ioio. X- A fVll.K! fllnrlr mill MAKtpr. By R. J. Black D. C and M. Smith A Collier, Att'ys. mb2 8 1 j 22 2-3 N0.956.O.R.D, Earzllla Raney et ai. vs. La grange and Memphis Kallroaa txi ei at. Urand .enteon!al IocIue Bale or Tort Flckerlnz Lois. AN THIinSDAY. MARCH 30. 1876. AND I i pnntlnnlnz from day to day until the prapertyls dlf posed of, at the southwest cor ner of Main and Madison streets, Memphis, Tenn. Pursuant to an oraer or ue in me above cause, from the Chancery Court, J will sell, to the highest bidder, the following prop erty, lO-wll: Oliumwi in fuifc i iius, and known on the plan of subdivisions as Block 1,10 8113122 2a 21 27 Jl 33 31 11; Block 2, lots 10 13 15 16 20 21 22 27 29; Block 3, lots 23567 131517 lS21ZS-U9aU: BIOCK 1, who . lOi.i)il i in li i? "2 23 2I2SM 10 41: Block 10. Iota 12 13 14 1S5I 'A'-l 3132 3:13' 12 41: Block 11, lots 10 II 1213 16 IS 32 33: Block 12, lota 10 16 17 18 19 10 21 23 2728 o. m-u- is. hits IS 17 IS 21 31 3i 33; Block U lotsl23562S 29 3131; Block 15, lots 1 2 8 7 8 S 10 11 15 16 17 23 26 27 3 J 40; Block 16. lota I 2 5 6 9 10 14 11 21 22 21 2a 20 2i -a 01 M J .mojiu; xiiotjt it lnt 12 13 U 15: Block 19. lots 8 6 7 8 0 10; B'ock i iniB i .1 H7 KU 101114: Block 22. lots 11 26 uu.v inline Hloctc2l. 1oIm678 9 10 11 12 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23: Block 25, lot 6 7 8 .9 10 II 12 is5i- RIoek 26. lota 4 11 13 18 1920; block 27 im. i o nna.hair of 3 6 7 8 9: block 28. loU o j r ft 7 H I? is 1 1: Block 29. Iota 12 13 11 15 16 I 1819 202122; Block 30. lota 10 11 12 13 11; Block 32. lota 12 6 7; Bock 33, lots 4 oa: bicck h, ion ulV,-t"V lolal 9S4SH? Block 40. lota 2 1. Four acres, described as ' Depot Grounds," nr. thn niun of Fort Plckerlne. bounded on the north by blo:ks 18 and 19; on the east by Fifth si reel; on the south by blocks 20 and 21, and on the west Dy t ounu mrecu imn ni-TM. HltnaUd south of the old track of Lagrange And Memphis Railroad, nor h of Solomon RoielPH Held. 7J4 pole wide and 150 po es and 2U imiis in leugiu, uo wmo con veyed by A.B. Carr to Lagrange and Memphis Railroad Company by deed, recorded in BA!so. lot No. 8, In block A, laid down on the original map of Fort Pickering as Raster street, but now fronting 60 feet on Panola street, and running back 23) feet-bounded on the north by lot No. 1, In block A. Also, lot No. 9, In block A. set apart origin ally as Panola street, now fronting 00 feet on Broadway, and runnlngback DO) feet, bounded on the east by lot 8; on tne west by lots 3,4 and 5, In block A. , . Terms-Note at 7,12 and 18 month, with approved security, an lien retained. Equity oF redemption barred WISCHE8TER Special Commissioner. Jso. P. TarzevAJJT, Auctioneer. fb29 mm DISPENSARY. 33r. Do S. eJolnssoii's PRIVAT2 MEDICAL DISPENSARY, So. 17 JEFFEKS0X STItEET, J Between Main and front Streets. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. (I8TABUSHIO IS 1S0.) D1C JOHNHON I H..uuwledged by ill par ties Interu-d. .- i , ;ar Uie most succeh fut physician in tae ut .tineui oi private or secret diseases. Quick, Uiorongh and perma nent curew guaranteed in every case, male or female. Recent cases of Oonorrhea and By ph Ills cured in- a few days, without tlieUMiof mercury, change of diet or hindrance from business. i?ecoudary syphilis, tbo last vestljie eradicated without the use of mercury. In voluntary loss .of semen stopped In a short time. Suffercrsf from lmpotency-or loss of sex ual powi rs restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self-abuse and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and low of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases of Women and cores guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. All cocsnltatlons strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parts of tho country. orace hours from 3 a.m. to 9 pan. Sundays from 3 to 5 pjn. decs il aw D. R. JOHNSON. M. I). LSGAL. ADMINISTRATOR'S XOTICE. HAVING quallded as Administrator of the estate ol HI ram illmau, deceased, alt persons indebted to said estate will please eall and settle the came; and all those havinic claims against said estate will present them to me, for payment, or they will be barred. B. W. WILLIAMSON, Jb Adm'r, fb!7 thn No. 13 Union street. Attaehmeat Notice. No. SOU, A. D. In the Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. -J. L. Pulllam vs. Mr. Iris C. Bwingley. In this cause judicial attachment havlnz issued by order of the court, entered herein January 21, 1S78, and returned into conrt le vleil upon the real estate of the defendant: It Is therelore ordered, 1 hat the said de ft ndant. Iris C. Swlngley. make her. appear ance herein, before the Judge of tho Circuit Court of Shelby county, at the courthouse, in tbe city of Memphis, on the third Monday lu May next, anu ueienu mis sun, wiiniu iii time prescribed by law, or the same will b proceeded with exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week. Tor four consecutive weekt. In the Memphis Appeal. A copy attest: This 2Jd day of February, l&Tti. I J. V. COLEMAN, Cleik. Bv B II. Coleman. Deputy Clerk. Harry Hill. Att'y lor plaintiff. fu25frl Non-Kesidem Notice. . No. 1715 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee John H. Blackwell vs. J. M. Bartlett et ai. It appearing from affidavit in this cause that John 11. Blackwell, defendant to tbe cross-bill of M. J. Pruden. Executrix of R. A. Pruden deceased. Is a non-resident or tbe State of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered, That he make hi appearance herein, at the Courthouse In tue city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the flnt Mondty in April, 1876, and plead, an swer or demur to said cross-bill, or tba same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, In the Memphis Ap peal. Thls24th day of February, 1876. A copy attest. EDMUND A.COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, D.C. and M. tstcs & EI lett, Sols, for com plalnant In Cross ill. 11)25 frl Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-8tate of Ten nessee, Shelby county E. McDavltt, Ka selver, vs. C. B. Vance. In this cause an attachment having been sued out under section 3453 of the Code of Ten nessee, and returned levied by attachment upon the property of defendant, C. B. Vance, who Is anon resident of the State of Tennes see, and is lastly Indebted to plaintiff in tie sum of 1339 29, dueby account, dne and unpaid : It is therefore ordered, That the said detend ant make his personal appearance before rue, James Hall, J- P., at my office, In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on tho bth day ol April, 1870, at 10 o'clock a in., and delend said at tachment suit within the time prescribed by law or the same will be proceeded with ex parte, and that a copy or this order be pub fished once a week, tor four consecutive weeks, in the Memphis Dally Appeal. This 21st day of Februaiy,1876. JAMES HALL. J.P. John Johnston, Attorney. fb22 tue Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-8tate of Ten-, nesee, Shelby county J. A. untner vs. s. x. Deeson. In this cause an attachment Laving been sued out under section 3tw of the Code of Tennessee, and returned levied by the proper officer upon the property of the delendan t, wb is lufcliy lnueoiea w piainuu 111 me miiii ut seventy dollars, due by account, and unpaid: It Is tbereiore oruereu, mat ma saiu ueienu nt make his personal appearance before me. James Hall.J. P., at my office, in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on the 17tb day of April, 1876, at 10 o'clock a m.. and defend said at tachment suit, within tbe time prescribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte; and that a copy of this order be pub lished once a week, for four consecutive weeks.ln the Memphis Daily Appeal. This 2d day of March, 1S76. mb3irl jajii-j iiAiji.. j. i TRUSTEE SALES. TrnsJee's Sale. BY virtue of the terms or a certain deed in trust, made to me on the 29th of Septem ber, 1871, by R- C. and H. L. Brlnkley, which Is of record In the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book 88, page 230, and at request oi tne noiuer ot me ueui merein se cured (the bald debt, interest and costs belog due and unpaid), -I will proceed to sell, to tho highest bidder, at public sale, ror cash, at the southwest cornerot Main and Madison street, In Memphis, Tennessee, on Thursday, April C, 187G, at 12 o'clock neon, the property described In said trust deed, as follows, to-wlt: Being lot No. 313, as Known npon mo pian unu map oi tbe city of Memphis, beginning at the inter section ol the east line of Second street with the south line of Jefferson street; running thence east with the south line of, Jefferson street one hundred and loity-elghtand one- half (lisjfl feet to a stake; tnence soutn par allel with Second street seventy-four and one quarler (74) feet to a stake ; thence west par allel wun jeuersou streui. ouw uuuureu mm rortyelght and one-half (11S4) feet to the east line of Second street; thenca with said eist line seventy-four and one-quarter (74) feet to tbe beginning corner. All equity oi redemption is oairea oy caiu trust deed, and the title Is believed to be good, but 1 sell as trustee on ly. mh7 w. x.u. iiuiiij,-Trustee. TRUSTEE SALE. UNDER and by vlrtuo of a trust deed, exe cuted to me on January 1, 1873, by Frantz I.. Morat-and dulv recorded In the hezlstei's office of Shelby county, Tencessee, In book No. 110, page a, ana to wnicn reierence w here made, 1 will, on Wednesday, 29th day or Barcb, 187G, between tte hours of 11 o'clock a.m. and 12 o'clock id ..In front of the courthouse at Mem phis, Tennessee, sell to tho highest bidder, for cash, tbe following described lot or parcel of land, lylnz in the county aforesaid, south of 1 and near to the city aforesaid, bounded an fol lows: Beginning at a stake seven hundred and tweoty-nve feet south of the intersection of the south line of Division street with the wett line of Horn Lake road (estimating the "Mag nolia Harden" lot to have a trout on said road of 200 feet); thence south with said roadnvo hundred and twenty-five feet; thence west at right angles with said road sixty five feet ' Trlzg'a east line; tbence northwardly with said east line live hundred and twenty-fiva feet to a stake; thence east on a line parallel with the south line of the lot heietobesold nr ty-seven feet to tho beginning, together with the Improvements and large sbrubbery there on. The equity of ledeinptlon Is waived In thedeed, and the property will be sold on ac count ot default or tne venuor, .Morat. mb7 JOHN H. WILLIAMS, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. UNDER a Deed of Trust msde to me as Trustee by John W. Jefferson, December la, 1871, registered In book 101, page 461, to se cure to J. H. McDonald, guardian, the debt therein mentioned, which 1b credited by J1530 61,1 will, on MONDAY, APItlL 3, 1870, between 12 m. and 2 p.m., In front of the court house In Memphis, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, a lot of ground situated lr Memphis, Slielby county, Tenn., being lot 27 of the mb dlvlslon of country lot51b: Beginning at the southwest intersection of Maniusasand Marr streeta, fronting 150 feet on Mar awwis by 85 ou Marr street. Equity of ruleroptloo, right of dower and homestead waived. mb2 WM. M. SMITH, Trustee. trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a decree in the Chancery Court of Shelby county. In the case of Mary L. Campbell vs. Joel "E. Wilton et al.. No. 2t7, R. D., wherein I have been appointed, in thu place Of B. F. McNutt, dec'd.Truxtee in a Deed in Trust executed on the 21th of June, lS7.by Joel E. Wilson and J. F. Wilson, for the pur pose of securing a certain lndebtedriea there in mentioned, which deed In recorded In tho Register's office of Shelby county. In Deed. Book No. 95, pagea 197 1W, I will, by virtue of said authority, on Tuesday, the 21st Day or Xarcb, 187C, at the southwest corner or the intersection ot Main and Madison streeta.ln the city of Mem Dhis, sell wltblnlegal hours, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the property described In said rrust Deed, to-wlt: situated, in Shilby county, Tenn., and .beglnnlnc at the northeast corner of J. W.Taylor's lot No. II: mencu wva v...... - - . links to a state, with three sweetgum point ers: thence norm tour tuum-i mm u,u -- links to a stake, with sweetgum pointers; thence eastslx chains and twenty three link to a stake In tbe wcot sUe ol Mosely avenuj-, and thence south four chains and fllty-etghc links to tho beginning-containing tw acres and 65-100. Tno equity of redemption In waived. Title believed to bo good, but I sell and convey as trustee only, ana convey JOHN JOHNSTON, Trustee. Clapp i Meux, Attorneys. fblS