MEMPHIS jJA-ILY APPEAL SATURDAY, MAECH 18, 1876.
Letters Jleiiinlulnif at the l'cstofllcn
Saturday, Jlnrch IS, 1V70.
I. AIM' LIST.
1 LLEN MRS E E Atkins MliiBI)
BARTON MRS R
black Mrs L
):oib Mrs H
L.-owu Mix il
CXLAVTON MRS M
t'coroy Mrs 11
It. v. Mrs EC
lCKEN- MIS- I
Denton Mrs M
P Farrow Mrs CO
ihcr Mrs M U
Ku'.lar Mrs M
CI RVIN MRSS
T Uosuall Mnt K
loa d Mr M
Ha:.n MIW M
II :i Ml R
llOiv Mrs JC
- JBS MILS A
J Joyce Mary
J ja-. Mln J
msi, mr a i:
iY. Kenny Mr M A
Bnkhead Mr Gen :
Beuii'tt MU L
Drown Chancy (col)
Clark'OU Ml- II
Cole Mini II
Conaway Miss A
Deison MlM A
Edrlngton Mis N A
Flynn Mrs M
Gordon Mrs C
uoodfor Mis S
Harmstad Mlm'A J
Mnynes Ml KM
Mickey Mm M
Howxrd Mm L
Hunter Mis L'W
Jay urn Mm F
Johnston MrH J V
Kelcb Mrs M'J
King Urn M
S i.sTsN M Hi M Lorton Ml.ss M E
"ASEL MlrvJ J 2 M'Kay Mrs M t
Macenllre M1h Miswy jukhi.
Ilasoulro M1n L
Moors Mm A
EN MRS JULIA O'Daalcls Miss L A
Mnkes Mrs E
Morrow Mrs J M
Montgomery Mrs M
1 IVrrou ittsr
Plummer Miss C
rowers Mrs 7. V. 2
Heeso Mrs M
Unlnes Mlhs M
Scaunghl Mis N
hnerldan Mrs M 1!
Shaw Mrs L
Sueed Mrii N
Stevens Milk 8
riillOHASMUS A Thompson airs f
I i h .nitvson Mis) C Taylor Miss K (col)
1 An Mrs W Trtievant Mrs II M
Turner Mrs M A
y H.OI3LIUIWJ MISS M
rr ALLE3 Ml3 N Watson Mis, J
WalusbirgMrsM will air. at
Elaine Mrs M A
O iO' MM L
MiCirins Mrs I
tpt nger MUs L (col)
Wuraier MrD E
Wheaton Mri F
Worshain Mrs F J
Wulle Mlis 1
Wilt Mum K
Wooteu Miss S
yELL MRS KATE
A LLEN, WEVT i Co Atkeoon A
XX. Alcorn !
irown - (col)
Hryan J A
U.nlo.d J il(col)
li -xln J A
Ltritfgvrs tj (col)
UurcU K W
ClUuEUAN A M
; l urtls C
I' K)pr K
. iineroo J X
4 downing T J
Eavls U a
tLLIOTriJ A A Co
JCi Ellis Mil
freed C M
Koate H V
i 1 UJSEX A
Urecn B A
HALL A R
lia.'.cock A It
Hiclxs J R
ll'Jjd J 11
Jiewctt John M.
Itarton M L
JtUSliHS S (col)
Jonei N P
Jo daa DrT2
gj Lanier I)
L,lvlDSton J II
ORION J Pi Co
Madding U (cOi)
WAuley J B
Miles J d
Miller Cpt J
M'Mahon V T
M'L?an W W
Preston O A
Peny T ( ol) 2
Rogers A M
Armer Rev W
Baker A L
Beslwk'lc C II
Brain below J S
Brown L (col)
Baecli M U
Boyd T A
Brown V T
Coot f C
Caulness J (col)
Crawrord il II
E:ter W V
Frar.er C W
UlOVd b. R
Uarviu J R
Haller, I'islieri Co
Faube Hunter Jt Warren
Holder J U
Harper L W
Hopkins M (col)
Hat ben T.N
Izsrd, I'ruett Sz Co
Latham Q II
Mark Perce & Co
M'Klusey A (col)
Miller H W
M'Douald J W
Sucre J P
Mocre U 11
Porter A A
Powell Col a R
Phillips II J
Porwr II K
Peters W JI
pullen W II
Kellley J 31
the welfare of his instltuMor at heait
woold bsve coanteuanced for a mo
ment." Tho JTeradcorrexjlly olservfa:
"The eerioua apect of this bank failure
Ilonot to much in the occurrence Itself
as that it sIiokm that tho old ulcer of
commercial rottenness has not yet been
probed to the bottom." The Times re
marks: "The enormous fall which has
taken plice in the money value of al
moitjill deaoriptiong of property boa
thu3 for rebuked in surpritlngly few
b nk lallurce1."
Memphis taiscrlp. JtHnvl
Memphis tax scrip, 1 j
(IUHiy tr-arrantji TU72
HMie warrHnis...... jm
Arkansu BUte scrip
The cotton market yesterday had
lets stimulating news to cheer it; the
markets were quiet anil eaey, but with
out change ef quotations. Tho conse
quence was more easiness in our mar
kets, which tended in favor of buyers;
tbero was no decline, but the inaide fig
ure was more prevalent. Ton demand
was good, and tne g renter complaisance
of sailors incre&ged tbe sale?. Exporters
again took overune-b&li the cotton sold;
speculators took 4C0 bales, which was
moro than on any previous dsy of this
week. Tbe London cotton regular week
ly circular, Isinod by the Liverpool cot
ton brokers' association, lias the follow
ing comments: 'Theincreased business
of last week has been followed by an ex
tensive demand throughout the present,
and though the tone was quieter to-day
(Thursday), prices have advanced con
sidtrably. American deacriptlons have
been in very loraje rfcq'itat, and prices
advanced from Jd to id.; S3a-Island
cotton has been iu fair demand at steady
rates, except for lower grades of Fiorida,
which are- a half penny lower. Iu fu
tures transactions have been large; prices
rose lully 5-16d, but tho market has been
quieter fjr tho last two days, and quota
tioas aro now only one farthing above
last week." Quotations at the Memphis
CDttou exchange ware as follows:
Taterday Dav before.
, 8-0 S'i
s & sk
load crdlnarr. . 610
Low middling.-. S1IJ4
3ood mid-inns...-....- l-.?
MlddUne ralr ai-al0i
Market quiot; snie were2.r00of all of
which spinners took 800 bales; exporters
1300 bales, epeculatow 1400 bales. Dusty
cottons quote 68c; stained, 7ll$c.
Pr'ce of middling same time last year,
lbTfWJ. 1S74. 1873-4.
Recolved yesterday. 1,"j03 113 871
Total .. 4J7.1S 296,H27 371,S.
Shipped yesterday. 3,149 Z,o.) 707
TowL-. . S71.fc))7 XGltU 323.CS0
lOCK .... . 1N0H7 43,720 50,3UJ
imports. M. & C. R. R., 203; M. & T.
R. R 122; L & N. G. 8. JL R., 117;
P. & M. R. R., 123; M. & L. R. R. W.,
615; steamers, 249; estimated per wag
ons and other sources, 75.
Exports. M. & C. R , CS0; M. & T.
R. R., 557; L. & N. Q. S. R. R., 700;
steamers north, 546: steamers south,
660; by rail north, 13S0; by rail south, 557.
ine following are the official tele
grams of tbe condition of the domestic
markets as received at the cotton exchange:
E if ler.
fcesterday'a Kew York closing tele
gram reports: Ordinary, 9 5-16 j; good
ordinary, 10 13-16c; low middling,
12 1-1G3; middling, 12Jc. Price of
middling samo time last year, 16c.
Bales, 200 tales. Receipt', 017 bales;
bo far this week, 6147 bales. The tone
of the market at 10:30 wc& du l; 13:10,
easier; 2:20, easier; 3:05, easier.
The following are the cloaing rates in
New York futures for yesterday and the
day liefore: m
MOXTHS. I YKSTEB.DA.T. DAY BElOU.
1 12 1S-1C&13
. 1411 MO
Bales, 10,400; tone of market at 10:20,
a ohade easier; 10:0, quiet; 12:20, quiet;
1:30, quiet and easy; 2:25, quiet, birely
felaady; 3:15, quiet and steady.
NswQrloans yesterday quoted mld
d'lnc 12Jo at tho cloaa, against 15'c at
the lame time last year; receipts, 424G
SHARP 15 R
Htanly N U
Kaeed W V
1'uonla, u D
Thomas R H
Titdale W J
VADEN J (col)
Walls B P
Willis O t
U'ebb H col)
Waring R P Jr
Wilson W (col)
Helneman Mrs a V I
Saltu B (col)
Swyert C H
Blunders R T
Tuttle 1) O
Thomas P(csl) -Talbot
Warren, Mitchell i Co
Wltmer 1J L Bro
Walney O K
WarOeld E N
Wade II W 2
Williams Col J S
WalklDK P W (col)
Vietnam W U
bales; thus far this week, 30,815, against
15 613 same week last year; Bales, 5000.
The market closed eaaler, but not quota
Yeaterday's Liverpool closing tele
gram reports: Uplands, 6 7-16d; Orleans,
6?d; sales, 12,000 bales, of which SiOO
were American. The price of middling
same time last year wa 1 7id. The mar
ket was, &t noon, firmly held, buyers of
fering luwej; at the close uuchanged.
The Llverp'Kil market for arrivals
was weak; March deliver, Savan
nah or Charleston, l.m c , 6J i; June aud
July, ditto, 6 17-32d abd6 9 166 19 321;
May and Jane, ditto. 6 15-32d; April
and May, ditto, fij6 J3 32d.
Gold in New York closed st J14?; Game
time I8 yeai lloi-
ThemovemCr U the por ws re
ported as follows: .
Rnn'tK tinea F'v C5.192
KxptsO. Britain! 42.850,
Er p's to ConUn't 37,41!'
StoSk j 7(871
The following is tue comparative cot
ton statement for tfco week ending
March 17th, at all Uaited States porta.aa
c.mpared with theorrespondlng week
were on the market, asking $8 a barrel. I shilling advance on wheat, especially
I rorelzu. and business is not checked
thereby. Trans&ciions-conuDiio resuitf
The okneral market was without
spirit. gg were again talked of, but
the knowledge that western were down
to 17c in New Orleans represfed the
speculative spirit that was bo active on
Wednesday; eggs were selling at 1,
12 and 13c. Qdekcns have recuperated,
owing to the decreased eupply; low
qualities and roosters still Eell from $2 50
to $3, but good qualities aro higher, and
fcoruu ccopa of extra line large hens have
sold as high as So Cabbage is In steady
demand at SS10 for fresh Louisiana.
Celery was felling at 75s a dozen head?.
The folIowlDgare the merchants' whole
sale cash prices.as reported by thecham
ber of commerce:
FLOUR Firm; superfine, 14 75t5; double
extra, 25S5 75; treble extra, M38 50; choice,
57 25a7 75: fancy. t-38 50 per bbl.
CORNME.VL-O.ulet ;. Jdln-drled, S2 3502 40
CORN Firm, (lock Ughl; mixed, 5255o;
whit. 52i55c per bush.
OATrt-Qulet; mtxod, 47ISa; white, 4S350o;
seed, 0230JO per bush.
BRAN Fair demand; J17Q1S.
HAY Quiet; choice western. J22325; pral
rlK. J9J110; mlxcid, 115320 per ton.
BACON (packed) Shoulders, 10310j;o; long
clear tides, 13fc; clear rib sides, lJSlSJic;
clfar side?, 133(Iic; breakfast. 14nc; sugar-cured
hm, cauvasscJ. 150150; sugar
cared hams, nncanvasstd H'uc.
1). t. MtSAT: Higher; shoulders, 9Q9Xc;
loce cIprt sides, 12JJ312;-Bo: clear rib sides,
li.').,1 c; clear slde, U&lTo: hami, HKc ;
mei pork, J21; rum pod pork, S21; packed Kc
LiARD Flim; In tierces, 13Ji814c: In kegs,
114; half barrels, llc; pall?, llc
BALING MTUKFS Steady; bagging, 2 and
2Kn. nai3'4c: holing twine, 14Q14ic; Iron
ties. 5K85kc; pieced ties. SKalc.
MAUKLREL Firm ; Lair bbls., No. 1, 599
9 5u; half bbls.. No. 2, $7 7538: hall bbls., No.
3,S7(37W;klW, No. 1,81 75g2; kits, No. 2.J1 60
gl 7a: kits. No. 3, 1 50.
WHITE FISU-Halfbbls., 5 505 75.
COFFEE Urm; ordlnaiy, 20)ja2lc; flr,
21S21kc: good,22a22ic: prime, 23a ; choice ,21c;
RICE Ordinary to choice, 6S8K0 per lb.
SLGA.R - LOUISIANA In hhds; fair,
Tffs; fully fair, 8c; prime, SKc: choice, 8Jc.
yellow clarifled.OJiStOc: white clarified, 10J49
lie per lb.; barroled, c higher.
SUGAR REFINED Standard A, 10?ic;
crushed and powdered, HJfgl2c; granulated,
llKo per lb.
MOuA-adES Firm; common, 40c: fair,
45315c; prime, 52,a54c ; strictly prime, 63357c;
fancy cnolce, C0365c per gal.
BY'RUPS Common to fancy, 40cJl per gal.
CHEESE Western, 13314c per lb
SALT Coirse and common fine, 81 701 75;
dairy. In bbls. 82 7o3; Liverpool coarse, sacks,
Jl 30(31 40; Liverpool fine, sacks, 81 65Q1 75.
SOaP Resin and German, 580 per lu.
CANDLES Boxes, lull weight, 1610c;
hair box, full -weight, 1849l6Jic; quarter box,
full welEht, 17Q17KO per lb.
STARCH 5c per lb.
WHISKY 85c84 per gal.
LIME-SI 351 60 per bbl.
CEMENT Louisville, 52 25; Rosedale, 82 75
-,tu l.". iivi r Buiiri-rt.ppies,peroui,
6yes, Jl 25Q1 ao; cabbage, per crate, s.ps;
onions, 81 502; beans, per bushel, 81 231 75;
dried apples, 8ft9c: dried peaches, 89c.
MISCELLANEOUS Butter, western table,
25330c; inferior. 12,'420o; eggs, 12313c; nails,
per keg, S333 10; vinegar, pergalion,lS025e;
tobacco, per lb, 44CS51; spice, 1820c ; pepper,
20Q22e; sardines, 815 5016; oysters, 1 lb,
S5i:J0c; oyBters, 2 lbs, SI 6S1 75; coal oil,
18319c ; matches, 86 7537; cotton rope, 1820c;
grass rope, 12al4c; powder, kegs, S5 75;
shot, patent, 82 4Q32 60; soda, kegs, 55c;
soda, cases, ti&iKc.
K rafft air
Mrcs MrsO H
Onfcllo Mrs A
it ft receipts-.-
Kocelpts lor the season. .
Expons for the week
Slock and oa shipboard
Stock at Interior towns
Stock at Liverpool....
vfloat for Great Britain
FINANCE AND TKADE.
The B1MC3 ail complained of exces
Elve duUnets .yesterday, and to judge by
the Bolltude prtn.-8lont in bank parlora,
and the quietude reining about bank
counters, the complaint W&s well found-
cd. The present iree taiea 01
sure a iaUsfistory supply of exchange,
the buying rate of which is discount
on New York, fcfWng at premium; on
New Orleans diaiount, Ealltn? a', par.
Jlald was steady at 1141 on Wall street
In ornlnjr; after ten o'clock there was
I. fall li IMS; brokers here were offering
?n BCTipJ were in good request for
Jot Wing purchases, and prices were
Pftri Tounrasee comptroller's war
rnt, not .'i BDffldent supply to fill
If "111,1 anr." cash has to be paid for
the doaiaiid, ana . . . 'l,,rl.v
, the few tnat are :r"7 " v
icon, or Wednesday, eaya wein
"Cjmptro'ler's warranU are bca-J' 8IJ
In demand. Ueaiers piy oj ana uo
r Jfi " The recent bank failure at New
Yoik Bppesra to produce little eilect out
bide of patties having coane2tlons witli
it- the New York pres is severe in re
marking upon it; too Umr6 remarkeil:
"The revelations which have been al
lowed to transpire in regard to tho af
faire of tbe concern disclose a most reck
less and culpible management. It
would teem that tbe vice-president,
n-ri-incr simost supreme control, ran
the institution apparently entirely in his
iwn interest ana thxt of his immediate
friands, with sublime indiiierenoa to the
interosU of the depositors and etock
older?. He made loans and allowed
cverdraf which no bank officer having
The produce 'change had no ani
mation the general demand was soslug
S8h that rnv approach toward business
Sal out of tue.uuest'.on. torn was less
readily taken than fpsyj the inquiry
rci-JL. tt a favcrlavsazo micht have
i"ntiL' The Us wanted must
have been small, for the to thousand
sacks that have been on the market the
fast day or two are not taken with any
!? r yBiL wpra 300 sacks at 47c, and
. .v.. ,ib,- nun 300 sacks of ear-
com sold ai W Qa's are neglected and
only poor prices can be obtained, below
ouiy pw r nathotr value: there
were sales of 50 kicks ef inferior at 3, Jo;
00 eackB mixed at 41 jc Tflth privilege d
S the lot; fine white oaU wen, of
Srinc ct 53. Ban is in tte&I; cqnlry ;
salo of 306Eauka of Nashville biau m
$13 59 corn-bran in sma'l of
fering' 50 barrels at
$13 Hay was net iu much ottering,
holders uiobably considering that to
nu5h it would be "lovfc'9 labor Io3t;" a
sale of a car-load of large bale prairie at
za wni. nil we heard of. Cornmeal was
I'ruo3t left out in the cold, so slight was
th'p demand; the few barrels that were
t-kea were at $2 25 Potatoes would
tTr.rd & good Etibject fir an undertaker
accustomod toVrite pathetic pcetiy, as
well a to make conies. It i3 a sorrow
ful tsul-jct, acd those who havo tears to
shud oin phed them new. A little crape
weeper tied n each barrel of
them would ba appropriate, and
tvine them a work well Eulted
to any B'rigabDoId society fpr
a r,mi Potatoes are demoralized,
and aiuzgieribat could keep elx balls
, - . . .1- nnt.n onn!il nn- bfinn
the run of potato pricoB, for thoy are al
ways oa the run, like a leaky-whisky
ini? at a temperance ceipbratlon.
vou waHt to know how
ed. English is 2) dearer than a formigni
ago. Flour Is s'eady; other staple are
unchanged, though price s aro stiffening.
Spring seeding operations have been de
layed by the winds and floods of the past
LONDON, March 17-Buaine8 r.t
the stock exchange was almost station
ary during the evening and up to the
close. Another failure was announced
this evening, making twenty-one on
settlement; no more can bo declared in
connection with this account, so the
woist is over. Thore was a slightly bet
ter feeling in home railways at the close,
but there were no buyer?, and conse
quently no recovery in prices. Foreign
securities continued steady. American
goveinment securities have been steady
and firm, prices closing at about last
week's figures or slightly higher. Eries.
both common aud preferred, exper:enccd
a sharp rise during tho early part of tho
week, in pympathy with the correspond
ing advance at the New York stock ex
change, but there has been something of
a reaction since, though quotations are
li higher than last week's. Govern
ment securities have been unusually
steady, and there is no changes of note
NEW YORK, March 17. Business
was quiet with the domestic commis
sion houses and importers, and the job
bing trade was moderate. Cotton goads
wera In steady request and unchanged
iu first hands. Prints were in fair re
quest. Oriental, fincy and shirting
prints were reduced half a cent. Ging
hams and cotton dress goods were in
steady demand. Woolen goods fjr
men's wear were quiet.
PARIS, March 17. Rentes, 60f. 20j.
NEW ORLEANS, March 17. Gold,
114g; sight, i premium; sterling, bank,
LONDON, March 17. The amount of
bullion gone into the Bank of England
on balance lo-day was 14,000. Consols
for money, 94 5-16; on account, 94 7-16;
5-203 of 1865, 105; 5-203 of 1867, 108;
10 403, 106; new nves, 1004; new xotk
Central, 104; Erie, 17J; Erie preferred,29.
NEW YORK, March 17. Money act
ive at 33 1-16 per cent., and interest,
closing at 3 per cent Prime mercantile
paiier, 46 per ceur. uusioms receipts,
249,000. The assistant treasurer dis
bursed $151,000. Dry goods Imports,
S2 4S1.C00. Clearings, $18,000,000. Ster
ling strong, 4So()4yu. uoki opened at
114, advanced "to 114, and closed at
114 J. Carrying rates, 1 to 4 per cent;
loans were alto made flit. Government
bonds closed steady, tifter a fractional
advance in some casts; coupons cf 1881,
122J; 1. 1865, 1181; do. 1835, new, 119;
do. 1867, 121 g; do. '68, 123; new fives,
118j; 10-403, regular, 1183; coupons, 118;
currency 63, 16. State securities were
dull; Tennessee 6a, old, 43; Tennessee
63, now, 41; Virginia, oil, 34;
Virginia, new, 34; Missouri 63, 103
Riilroad bonds wpre generally quiet; St.
Paul's wera weak. Stocks opened weak
nnd lower, with a decline ranging from
to 1 per cent., the latter Pacific Mail;
St. Pouts fluctuated considerably on the
dividend and rumors about the sinking
fund, and on injunction. The stock ex
change was somewhat disturbed by ru
mors growing out of large sales of stock
of the National bauk of commerce. Af
ter the clo33 of business it transpired
that eale3 were made by one of tho new
board of directors of the Bank of the
State of New Y0lki wno 18 transferring
his money to tho latter institution. The
buyer of the etcck is a well-known capi
talist, thoroughly conversant with the
affairs of the Bank of Commerce. Dur
ing the last business stocks were irregu
lar, but the changes were confined with
in narrow limits: Chicago and Rock
Ialani and Pacific railrcad declared a
semi-annual dividend of 4 percent,, j?3y
ab'e on tho twenty-seventh of April;
tratsfer books close March 31. Trans
actions were 315,000 shares, of which 14,
000 were Pacific Mail, 32,000 Western
Union, 000 Northwestern, 21,000 St.
Paul, 12,000 Erie and 23,0QQ Lake Shore.
Mr. Belmont, tho newly-elected presi-
. nl tho Bank or tue estate 01 aew
York.statea iLit er a very strict ex
amination of its accounts anu asset?, it
. . 1 i.. .1,0 honk uri II hnab to
18 IOUI1U luau """"-".- ..
more than meet lis iiavimiee, 1
bank will probably open for business
Monday next. The closing quotations
at the etock exchange were aa follows:
Western Union telegraph, 67; Pa
cific Mail, 21; Adams Expresa compa
ny, 107J; Wells & Fargo's Express com
pany, 85; American Express com
pany. 63 ; United States Express com pa
Ly,73; New York Central, 113; Erie,
191; Erie preferred. 36; Harlem, 142;
HJlem preferredjl34; Michigan Central,
04: Union Pacific stock, 66; Lake Shore,
64! Illinois Central, 102i; Pittsburg,
90?; Northwestern conlmon, 42;
Northwestern preferred, 64; Cleve
land, Columlus, Cincinnati and In
dianapolis, 57; New Jersey Central,
107; Rock Island, 110J; St. Paul, 43;
St. Paul preferred, 8lf; Wabash, 4;
Wabash preferred.9; Ft. Wayne, 104;
Terrp Baute, 4; Terre Haute preferred,
IS; Chicago aod Alton, 4; Chicago
and Alton prefer'd, 10J; -Ohio and
Mississippi, S0J; Indian Central, ;
Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy,
Hannibal and St. Joseph, 18 ; Delaware
and Lackawanna, 19; Atlantic and
Pacific telegraph, 19; Central Pacific
bonds, 191; union raeiuo uyuuo, iw,
tTntnn "Paflfin. land yriintd. 103i: union
Pacific einking fund," 91; Maripdaa, 9;
Marines Preferred, ; Panama, -34;
MiFSouri Pacific, W Atlantic Pacific
$0INCINNATI, March 17. Flour dull,
4 755 75. Wheat steady, SI 101 25.
Corn firm, with a fair demand, 4950c.
Oats steady and firm, 3743. Pork
nominal, $23. Lard quiet but firm;
steam. 13c bid, 13c asked; kettle, 13
14 7. Bulk meats quiet but firm, 8jj,l2
12c. Bacon firm, 9, 13, 13ic. Butter
active; choice, 30353; medium, 25
LOUISVILLE. March 17. Flour
dull; extra, $3 754; A No. 1, $5 50
6 25; fancy, $6 758. Grain quiet.
Wheat, $1 151 30. Corn, 4546o. Oats,
3741c. Hay dull at $15. Proveions
quiet, but firm. Pork, $23 50. Bulk
meats, Si, 12i12c. Bacon. 9, 13J
13JC. Sugar-cured hams, 1414c.
Lrd tierce, 14c; keg, 15c. Whisky,
$1 05. Bagging quiet at 1213o.
CHICAGO, March 17. Flour firmer
though not quotably higher. Wheat
strong and higher at the opening, but
closed active and lower; No. 2 spring,
$1 COj. Corn generally unchanged, but
some sales rather lower; No. 2 mixed,
43c. Oats dull and nominal. Pork
dull and a shade lower, $22 1022 15.
Lwd prime held higher, 13.2513.27e.
Bulk meats steady, 8 j, 12J12Jc. Whis
ky, SI 04.
ST. LOUI8, March 17. Flour double
and treble fall extras firm at $4 505 50,
starce and wanted; other grades dul1.
Wheat dull; No. 2 red winter, $1 50
asked, $1 47 bid. Corn easier; No. 2
mixed, 4141c. Oats steady with fair
demand; No. 2, 34c. Provisions only
a jobbing and order trade in any article.
Whisky, SI 06. Hogs stronger on light
receipts and cold weather; packing,
$7 758 25.
NEW ORLEANS, March 17. Sugar
firm; common, 663c; fair, 77c;
prime, 73s; choice, 88Jc. Molasees
commanding good prices; fermenting,
common, 3032c ; prime, 4042c ;
strictly prime to choice, 4852c. Flour
dull; tuperflnp, $4; double extra, $4 50;
treble extra, S56 50: choice and family,
$77 75. Cornmeal dull and lower;
$2 25. Corn quiet; white and mixed,
5263c. Oats quiet, 4043o. Bran
easier, 75c. Hay dull; prime, $16l8.
Pork dull and easier. $24 25. Dry salt
meats steady, 9J, 12i13c. Bacon dull
and easier, 10, 1314c. Hams steady,
14J15c. Lard steady; tierce, refined,
13c; keg, 14a. Rice dull and lower;
common to prime Louisiana, 330c.
Coffee firm; ordinary to prime, lG18jo.
Whisky dull; rectified, $1 091 10.
NEW YORK, March 17. Flour is
a shade firmer; superfine State and
western, SI 204 65; St. Louis, $5 25
9; rye flour steady, $1 255 10. Corn
meal steady; western. $2 653 20.
Wheat more active; No. 2 Chicago,
$1 201 23. Corn a shade firmer;
mixed western, old, in store, 67c. Oats
a shade firmer; mixed western and
State, 4247c. Coffee firmer with moro
inquiry; Rio jobbing at 1519c gold;
cargoes, 1518c gold. Sugar quiet.
Molasses quiet; English island, 3545c;
Porto R'.co, 4050c; New Orleans, 45
OOc. re troleu m flUlHt but steady ; crude.
8c: refined. 14ic. Pork steady, $22 75
23. Beef plain mess, 12c; extra
mesa. 131c. Luc meats quiet; ary salt
ed shoulders, 9c; middles firm; western
lone clear, lzia: city long ciear. izic.
Lard firmer; prime steam, 133c. Butter
firm; western, 1632$c; ytats, 20gi36c.
Whisky firmer, $l 10.
Helena; Phil Allln, Friara Point; Jas.
D. Parker, Cincinnati.
Ruth, Legal Tender, Julia, Grand
Tower, Colorado, Gleucoe.
BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Gaines Landing Idlewild, Stack
Le?, master, five p.m.
White River Ruth, E. C. Po3tul,
master, five p.m.
Arkansas River -Legal Tender, Ed
Nowland, master, five p m.
Sr. L0U13 Grand Tower, George
Leuox, master, five p.m.
Vickseubg Colorado, Ed Gray,
master, five p m.
Idlewild 96 bales cotton, 33 bags
eesd-cotton, 259 sacks cotton-eeed, 5
Phil Allln 102 bales cotton, 35 sackB
cotton-seed, 35 pkgs sundries.
George W. Cheek 48 bales cotton, 21
sacks cotton-seed, 69 pkgs sundries.
Tho wind raised ballyhoo on the levee
Boats leaving yesterday evening had
pretty fair trips out.
Irish-potato noses and flannel ears
ware fashionable in river circles late yes
Among the passengers of the James
D. Parker en route to Cincinnati was
Mr. Lew A. Reister, formerly clerk of
the Cons Millar.
The James D. Parker departed last
evening for Cincinnati with 1051 bales
cotton, 600 barrels oil, 31 tons scrap iron,
59 bales rags, lot way freight, and 40
cabin passengers and 30 deckers.
Captain James O'Sullivan enjoyed St.
Patrick's day with old iriends in Mem
phis. Of course ho visited the Appeal
sanctum, for Jimmy knows that our
latch-string Is always outside the door
The Bale of the wreck of the Mary
Bjll, advertised to take place at Vicka
burg, has not come off yet, an agree
ment having been made to have the
boat appraised as soon as the water falls
sufficiently to expose it to view. The
cctton on the bank was appraised and
bonded by the underwriters.
AVeakly (postage free)...
Weekly (for Clubs of Five or more
QQ ftOCjimwm w mil"
Sally (six papers)-
EOR the speedy cure of Seminal Weakness
Lost Manhood, and all disorders brough
on by Indiscretion cr excess. Anv druggls
has the ingredients, aaarees ua. viun u
CO., Box 2296. New York. ocBO-deod
FOR PURIFYING THE BL03D.
Ihis compound ol
tho vegetable alteia
,uok, miiiingia ana
Mandrake with the
.Iodides of Pctasslum
nd Iron, makes a
:most effectual cure or
;a series of complaints
which are very preva
lent and afflicting. 1 1
purlllea the blood,
nurses out the lurking
and settle Into troublesome disorders, erup
tions of the skin are the appearance on the
furfaco ot hnmors that should be expelled
from tho blood. Internal deraneemonta aro
the determination of those same humors lo
some internal organ or organs, whose action
they derange, and -whose substance thoy des
troy. Aysk's SARSAPABII.I.A. expels there
bninor Irom the blood. When they are gone,
the disorders they produce disappear, such a3
Ulcerations 01 tne i.iver, eiuiuncu, iuuuojb,
Lungs, Eruptions and Kruptlve Diseases of the
Skin, bt. Anthony's Fire, Rose or erysipelas,
Pimples. Pnstnles. Blotches, Bolls, Tumors,
Tetter nnd Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Ring
worm, Ulcers and Sores, Rheumatism, Neu
ialgla. Pain in the Bones, Side and Head, Fe
male weaaucfas, munuiy. ucuiiiuuuw,. ' "
In" from internal ulceration and uterine dis
ease. Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Emaciation and
General Debility. With their departure
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Haas.,
Practical ana Atinljtleol CfccmtsiB.
Sold hvnll Druggists and Dealers in Medicine,
humors In the system.
HOriUE 5 BANKRUPTCY.
In tho DUtrlot Court of the Unltod States, for
the UiSlrlCtoi wst JflumJ". aw luuwtti-
irnf jonn amiiu.-jn .uancrunicy.
rniiK underslened hereby elves notice of his
J appointment, as UNUguenui juuu oiunii,
Ol aiempnis, esueiuy county, ieiiueajee.
Memphis February 26. 1S76.
yintl and Water.
Thpro Was nlentv of wind, of the Arc-
tic persuasion, yesterday, although the
sky was aa clear as a bell, and th,e sun
ttroye to make hiniseif felt throughout
tho inir. At nloht the wind Increased
almost to a gale, and the temperature
wflnt wav down the vane, until the
weather appeared cold enough to freeze.
the buttons cu 01 a uronza uiuuej.
The rivers are still on the swell, and
those who predicted no sorinc rise will
have to haul in tholr home. Particulars
In the table below;
office or Observation,")
Signal service U. s. army, V
Memphis, Tens., March 17, 1876.J
HOriCE IU BAHKBUPTUT.
In the DUlriot Court of the United States, foi
the District or western Tennessee. in tne
matter of N. J. Wlggin, Bankrupt-In Bank-
Tn tfiB Credltnin of said BankrUDt:
nuKK NOTIIIR- That a general meeting ol
JL the creditors of said bankrupt wil! be held
at tue once 01 4. J. .uaiuam, uqH negiBier iu
Tinnknintpv forsald District, at MemDhls. No.
19 Madison Ftreet, on the 16th day of March,
1878, at U o'clock a.m., for the purposa ot de
plnrlnir the first dividend.
X aim tiw liuiug mm x nave uivia uiy
accounts as asslgnoe of the estate of 6ait
hantrnnt. in said Court, in accordance with
the provisions of the 28th section or an act of
Congress entitled "An act to establish a uni
form system of bankruptcy throughout tbe
Unlteu oiates, approveu juarcn a, isob.
j. jiAitn, Assiguee,
fb23 frl 251 Second stioet.
I Above low
Feet. 1 In's.
Chng's ' Ther.
ALE OF BRANDIES, WHISKIES AND
U1UAK8, at public auction, on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1876,
I will sell, at A.M. Stoddard's auction store,
Vn. HflO Second slroet. at 10 o'clock Of said day,
seventeen barrels ol Whisky, four and a-half
barrels 01 Brandy, ana one nunurea anu nay
thousana cigars, eaecta 01 oonn csuiiw, umv
mn u. wuuiiUrfciuuci, ABeiguCTs.
Rnlnw bencn iuarK.
H. M. LUDWIG, Sergeant,
far It Is to tbe
nm nr h spa. trv to discover the
-vntotho extreme cavity or a
deptna. , Offcera west have
potato man's p. .-f- ,cU, keeD
been written to that 1. ", "
sending potatoes to Memphia utV mUs t
pay tue iraignt expeusf uu u
fhey will not be recalved. It is expected
that this, snd tbe existing demoraliza
tion together, will limit receipts, then,
as the btck on hand is not large, a re
action will take place, ntm as muca goi
out of potatoes as will pay for the freight
and barrel, at least. Auctioneers are
now employed to clear off the pretsure
of potatoes, a lot went to the hammer
nn rhnnwi&v Immediately on tnelr ar
rival. Xtu voialoes from Louisiana
LONDON, March 17. The Liverpool
brosdstuffs circular has the following:
The tempestuous weather ana nesvy
falls of rain and eleet have caused gen
eral complaints from the couatry dis
tricts. Not only are tho chances for sow
ing inteirupted, but weeks may elapse
before the land can bo got in readiness
agln. Farmers' otocks of wheat are
shortening. Shipments from abroad are
light and generally In revived demand,
English has advanced fully one Ehilling
pr quaiter this week. Foreign, on the
spot and off the coast, Is also rather
dearer; dealers to-day obtained 2d per
fhrrfnnr deacrintions of
white, and from 1 to 2d fjr red. Little
business has been done in corn, parcels
of new American being n shade higher.
Market in London show an improve
ment; values have ocpaslonally ad
vanced, and yesterday was one suiHing
per quarter dearer in the leading ex
changes, including those of Birming
ham, Bristol, Maidstone and Slaw.
' . . . . r I. l,.,lat
Last weex'd imporia ui uwi, u..j,
. M add flour were moderate, sbowing
supply of maiz3 Wasyy.hemg 14-,-KJ5
qnatter- Last week'a dTerJej of
English wheat, barley and oats 1 ere
rvi,n .VornrfB ouotationa are as
lollows: Wheat 42sDlld; b. ;rey, 32s 6d;
oats, 24s Id. The continental ma?key is
slowly advancing ai -ai, u"
dy wheat ros a ehilling at Antwerp,
t iUnrAnm Wamhur?. Berlin and Mar
oaiiiM Tn Mark Lane factors ask a
BV" T .
11 feet and rising. Weather cloudy and
nnld. River 111 feet 1 inch nemg,
Weather cloudy and cqld.
nrNciNNATi, March 17 Noon. River
Kf otnMonarv. Veather cloudy ana
windy light snow Night River 27
fant in inches and falling. Weather
cold and windy numerous enow equal!?.
Ltttle Rock, March 17. River 15
tent hv the cauxe and rising. Weather
cool. Arrived: Clarkaville, from below;
Ashland, from Fort Smith. Departed :
Clarksyille, for Fort Smith; Ashland,
for below: Breene, for above.
Rvansville. March 17. Weather
oi nd raid, with freanent snow
eaualls during the day. Mercury 33 to
2i0. Very windy. Klver very rougo
onii ria nor. with IK ana 7 iu leer on me
gauge. The 8lmpson Horner and tow
passea up at a p.m.
Catro, March 17. Noon Arrived:
Bee and Cjrana lower, bujouis, p.ui.,
inHn Kail tn rviMiTiiiiiiM. i ii.iii. . uit-
una Hr Trfinia. 11 n.m.: Commonwealth,
New Orleans, ueparieu: uranu
romnhio mldnisrht: Andv Baum, Cm'
cinnati, 1 a.m.; Peytona, New Orleans,
.tom- nionnno TCpw Oripanu. 6 a.m.;
m'nnaroaith. K T,oui. 9 a.m.: Bee,
New Orleans, 9 a.m. Weather dear and
HoTemcnU fct tfca ?f
A DOtW T a
Jamea D.Parker, Cincinnati; ; Idle
wild, Qalnea Landing; Geo. W. Cheek,
ileleEa; rnu aiud, rn
ogCeola Belle. Asbport; G. W. Cheek,
New Dress G
nods! Ifei Dress
JUST BEOEIVED AT
Rmmm mm mm
We announce with pleasure tho recent arrival of several shipments of NEW
HIMtirtU 81 KN. which we will have the pleasure of showing ou MONDAY
NEXT, 13th INST., comprising Elecant Lluca of Blneft Tairetaa and Oion
Grain, from the Ioomf the most celebrated Lyons manufacturers, unequaled by
any in the market lor brrlllancy and durabllty goods that we can safely guarantee
our patrons as tbe best and cheapest In the United Stales. Varied and beautltul
assortment or I'ANUV ML.KS Uros drap rnrlsleune. fnchemlr Sol do
ITnacc, Baye Cadrllle Grisaille mid Kaye Glace, In all the new effects and
color combinations; also, exquisite line? of Plain Colored Fnlllr, In new and
attractive shades, suitable for street and evening wear. Having purchased these
Silks under unusually favorable circumstances, we are enabled to offer them at
much lower prices than any other house In the trade.
We are showing a superb line of beautiful HPHINS COBrOEE MATERIALS
Lyons ocd Irish Mlk Poplins, Bleb French Bamnaie, Plain nnd plaid
hnltlnirr, VIkokum, G:nulle Nultlngn, Silk Arabesqnto. Linen Arn
hesfino, Mlb Wnrp Ponaree. SIIU Wnrp Sere, and other elegant and popular
fabrics, which In variety, beauty and attractiveness cannot ba rlvafed. Ladles de
sirous of purchasing material for a rich and elegant costume at a moderate expendi
ture, cannot fall in being suited among the Immense and varied assortment we are
showing this season.
242. 244 AND 246 MM STBBST, COB, JSFFSRSQE
nitflis iiiifiif i ffifi
n-pr fK CE3. fj". PCX--XiX-P&3 - Ootton tuoi4io
CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON TO MESSRS. BROWN
SHIPLEY & CO., Liverpool, England.
No. 17 JEFFERSOX STXEBT,
Between Main and Front StreM.
XBTABUSHlCn IN 1SC0.
DR. JOHNSON Ut acKuowIlged by r 11 pi
ties Interested, as by far the most auccet
ful physician tn tne treatmt-nt ol prlvatf i r
secret diseases. Quick, thorouKh and perma
nent cures guaranteed in every case, male or
female. Recentoasesof Gonorrhea and Sypi -Uls
cured :n a few days, without the use f
mercury, change of diet or hindrance from
business. Secondary syphilis, tue last vestige
eradicated without the use or mercury. In
voluntary Io of semen stopped tn a short
time. Sufferers from lm potency or loss of sex
ual pow is restored to free vigor In a ft w
weeks. Victims of lf abase and exeestiva
venftrv. snrTerlnK from spermatorrhea and
, low of physical and mental power, bpeedliy
anu permaneuuy emeu.
Particular attention paid to the Diseases of
Women and cures guaranteed.
Throat and Long Diseases cured by new
All con'sultatloas strletiy eoufWentlal.
Medicines sent by exprem to all parts of Ua
Olfice bonis from 5 a an. to s pan. Sundays
from 3 to 5 pjn.
dmSiUw 1). . JOHNSON. M. I
HAVING qualified as AdmlnlMrator of the
estate of Hiram illman, deceud, a.l
persons Indebted to said estate will please cail
aud settle thn same; and all those having
olaims against said estate will present them
to me, for payment, or ther will bo barred.
B. W. WILLIAMSON, Jh Adm'r,
fbl7 tbu No. 13 Union street.
No. 3011, A. D.-In the Circuit Court of 9he,oy
county, Tennessee.-J. L. Pulllam vs. Mim.
Iris C. Swlngley.
In this cause judicial attachment havi 4
Issued by order of the court, entered hereiu
January 21, 1876, and returned Into court levied
upon the real estate o: the efendant:
It Is therefore ordered, 1 Hat the said d- -Undant,
Iris C Swlngley. make her aprw- w
ance herein, before tbe Judge of the Clrrult
Court of thelby county, at the courthou, j
the city of Memphis, on tbe third Monda 1
May next, and defend this suit, within tbo
lime preiscrlbed by law. or the same will be
procetded with eisrte; and that a copv
this order be publimied once a wrek,for !a r
consecutive- weeks In the Memphis Appeal
A copy attest : This 23d day of February, IOj.
B. F. COLEMAN, Clerk.
ay 11 u. mieman. Deputy LierK.
iarry Hill, Att'y for plaintiff.
E2f COURAGE HOME ENTERPRISE.
No. 174S In the Chancery Court or SbeluT
county, Tennessee John li. Blackwell vh.
(). M. Bartlett et ai.
It appearing from affidavit In this cause
that John H. Blackwell, defendant to the
cross-bill of M. J. Prnden, Executrix of R. A.
Prnden. deceased. Is a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee :
It Is therefore ordered, That he make his
appearance herein, at the Courthouse In tne
city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the
Unit Monday In April, 1876, and plead, an
swer or demur to said cro6s-biU, or tbe
s&rae will be taken for confessed as to him
and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy
of this order be published once a week, for
four successive weeks, in the Memphis Ap
peal. This 2ith day of February, 1S76.
A copy attest, EDMUND A.COLE,
uierK anu Master.
By E. B. McHenry, D.C. and M.
Kstes Ellett. Sols, for complainant In Cro
W. A. WILLIAMS.
B. K. PLAIN.
KORTH FEOXT STREET.
X Vo ia.T'tlL'it a
SAi-SROOM AWJ? YARD,
COR3ER fJATOSO AKD SECOND STREETS.
AVING SOMETIME SINCE PURCHASED THE GOOD ILL AND "JggftfjE
stock of LUMBER. DOORS. SASH, BLINDS and MOLDINGS of the We MJl mo
W09DWORKS, which, added to our .JaSy
nil mi uiubib piuu"J " n ..-
BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-Stateof Ten
nessee, Shelby connty E. McDavltt, Re
felver, vs. C. B. Vance.
In this cause an attachment havinz been
sued out under section 34 of the Code of Ten
nessee, and returned levied by attachment
upon the property of dpfendnnt. C. E. Vance,
who 13 anon resident of the State of Tenn-s
see, and Is t ustly Indebted to plainUn in tia
It is therefore ordercd.Thj.r "'i"'
ant make nts pero-- """" , " ,T, ",, "
Jamea Hail. i. v., at my office, in the city
of Memphis, Tennon the Sth day ol April.
Ib76, at 10 o'clock a.m., anu oeienu ttua ai
tachment suit within the time pres-oribed by
law or the same win d proceeueu wuu w
larte, and that a copy oi mis oruer uo puu
lahpd once a week, lor four consecutive
weeks, In the Memphis Daily Appeal. u.nis
1st day oi eDruaiy, 10.0. .
John Johnston, Attorney. fb22 tue
nronnrcii than pvpr infill nil orders ptomptly
--rr. --.--r;- . th nq.
oiicit a continuance or men: uiuwiu n.v .
HILLIAaa it ou.
FRUIT m PICMG B0XB8 OFAfEiHDS ON HMO,
Ag'ta for B. F. Arery & Son's Plows orders ailed from store or lactory
Sole Agents for H. F. Blount's (the original and only gen nine
Sole Agents iVm, Clore's Wrought Calhoun Flows,
Owners of Mitchell Patent Cotton Scraper.
WE HAVE HIS LARGEST BTOCIi IH THIH BASKET OI"
BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-tote of Ten
nessee, aneioy couniy j. a. uimitr .d. 1.
In this cause an attachment Laving beeu
unci nut nniler section 34oa of the Code or
Tennessee, and returned levied by the proper
oincer upon me property 01 tue uwcuuaui, - -
Is lustiy inueoieu 10 piHiuvm u iuo sum v.
seventy dollars, due by account, and unpaid
It is tnereiore oraerea, iusi me sm ubicuu
ct,t TnnfcB his nenonal ennearance before mr.
James Ilall.J. P., at my office, in the city ct
Memphis, 'ienn., on me 1.1a uty ui apm,
1878, at 10 o'clock a-m.. and defend said at
tachment suit, within the time prescilbed by
law, or the same will be proceeded with ex
narte: and that a copy of ihis order be pub
lished once a week, for lour consecutive
weeks. in the Memphis Dally Appeal. This
2d day of March, 1S70.
mhSfrl jamw imuii. -t-
Hames, Collars, Bllndbrldles,
Doubletrees, Plowllnes, Inprlngs,
CioTlacs, TYeilgcs, Crosgcut Saws,
ShoTels. Axes, Caststeel,
NaUfi, Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools, Builders' Hardware, Belting,
Plantation Wagons, fctc, tic,
w. sin AMD 312 FHOMT STREET
1. V, PEA II UK,
X. IS. 8VGSS.
S5S W'XGm, St, Sfemplaiis, Sessi.
PAElTICTOIVfl.Il ATTKHTJOPr ?AID TO THB3 8&I.S COTTON
Staple and Fancy Groceries
KOTICE IH EANKKUPICT,
Tr, tvi a nintrlot conrt of the United States for
tv,A iiiRincL 01 wosiern -xennessee aii me
matter of Toof.PhiUlpa 4 Co., Bankrupts.
in Kan trrnnirv.
thn crmlltnrfi nf said hankrnnt:
miuK Nil 111 LtinL 11 ranunu iiieeLiu ui
I the creditors of the said bankruDt wlil be
held at the office of T. J. Latham, Esq., Regis
ter In Bankruptcy for said district, at Mem
nhii. No. 19 Madison street, on the I5lh day ol
March, 1876, at 11 o'clock, a.m., for the purpose
of declaring a nrst anu nnai uiviueuu.
wo nisn elvn -von notice that we have filed
our final accounts as assignees of the estate of
the said bankrupts, in (aid Court, and that on
the 10th day of April next.we shall apply to said
Court for the settlement Of our said accounts,
and IC mscnarge iruui n iiauintj
algnees of Bald estate, In accordance with the
provlsions'of the 2Sth secllan of the aot ol
Congress, enUUert "An act to establish a uni
form system of BankruDtoy throughout Ue
UnlteU Oiaies," apjiroveu mmtu icvg.
O. WOOIiDUiEGE, Assignees,
fb22 No. 18 Madison stTaot,
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That by virtue of a venditioni exponas
m. .iiac1 trnm the Hon. Circuit Court ot
Shelby county, Tennessee, In the case of Mrs.
nn E.Conneii vs. uennis acutrmuu, j"ut
meut rendered on the aoth day or September,
Ib75, for the sum of forty-two dollars and fll
teen cents, with Interest and costs of suit, to
Batlsfy said Judgment, elc , I wUl, on
Tntsdaj, Iha 31st Daj of March, 1876,
In leeal hours, In front of the courthouse,
Memphis, Tennessee, proceed to sell, to the
highest bidder, for cash, the following de
scribed property, to-wlt:
A certain lot in me city ui aaeuiuuw, ouciv
.nil T, tv Tatiiimmw. in snbdlvlfllon of lots ol
Turley's estate, lelng part of lot seven 17,
DIOCE turee ta,j uuuuucu ua juuuhq. jwb."
nin Qt thf. nnrthe&st corner of Baldwin and
Jones's lot; thence north with west side of
Turley street forty 10 feet to a stake; thence
3 carload cBnlK Bldea nnd Blionlders,
2S tierces isuicarcnrrd llama,
35 boxes Breakl.ist Ilscon,
400 boxes H.Y.StatennaanimtsCJieese
200 tuba Choice Butter,
630 bbl. near Tarlona srndM,
ISOO pkg. Mackerel, IIcrrlni.WBIKflsSi
COB ..FRONT 'AND TJNIOI3" STS.
1000 c. cann'il Tontaloes nnd Bnian orn
ISOO eases Peachen, Strawberries, i. iue
COO pks.Kp!ced Plgsreetand Tonsnes
Ron hhla. Tellnir snd While fineara.
asn sscki Java. BlonndCordOTa CoceR,
00 bbls. and hf. bbls. Sweet Cider, eie.
M. L. J4EADHAU,
E. E. MEAUHAW.
beginning. Levied on as the properly of de
fendant. Dennis McOermott, to satisfy said
Judgment, interest ana conia.
Memphis, 11th day of February, 1878.
&a BhertC ot bfcelby county, Teafl.
SILT ihD nail kmn
No, 9 UNION STREET, Mempliis, Tsbs,
Mr. W; T. BOWDRE has charge of the Cotton Department.
B. J. 8MMME8 & OO:
BY vlrtuo of the terms of a certain deed in
trust, marie to me ontheSlth of Septem
ber. JS7I, by R. C. and H. L. Brlnkley, which
Is of reeard In the Register's office of Shelby
county, Tennessee, in book SS, page 2)0, and at
requestor tbe bolder or the debt therein se-
curea (me saia udi, interest anu cows dcidk
due and unpaid), 1 will proceed to sell, to tho
hlgbest bidder, at pnMIc sale, for cash, at the
southwest corner of Main and Madtaoa streets,
In Memphis, Tennessee, on
Tlinrsdaj-, April 8, 1876,
at 12 o'clock ucon, the property described In
said trust deed, as fo Rws, to-wtt: Being lot
No. 343, as Known upon me pian ana map or
the city of Memphis, beginning at tbe Inter
section ol the east line of Second street wi.h
the south line ot jerrerson street: ronniDg
thence east with tbe south line ot Jefferson
street one hundred and foity-elghtama on-
half (14SV5) feet to a stake ; inence bouiu par
allel with Second street seventy-four and one
quarter (74)4) feet to a stake ; thence -west par
allel with jeflerson street one hundred and
forty-eight and one-naii (ii) ieei to me nu
line of second street; thence with, said east
line seventy-four and one-quarter (74J4J fee
to the beginning corner.
All equity of redemption la barred by said
trust deed, and the title is believed te be (jooJ
but l sell as trustee oniy.
mh7 W. Y.C.HUMES, Trustee.
UNDER and by virtue of a trust deed, exe
cuted to me on January 1, 1S73, by FrantB
I.. WnroLanil dulv recorded In the Reglstei t
office of Shelbv connty, Tencewiee, in boo
No. 110, page oSa, anu io which jeiereuco i .
here made, 1 will, on
Wednesday, 20th daj or aarcli, 1876,
t)r.ween tto hours of 11 o'clock a.m. and -
o'clock m.,ln front of theconrthouse at Me -phis,
Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder, for
cash, tbi following described lot or parcel uf
lana, iy;ng in iue cuuaij aiunwuu, wulu ui
and near to the city aforesaid, bounded as fo:
lows: Beginning at a fcttke soven hundred and
tweoty-nve reel south of tbe intersection -r
the south line of Division street with the wet
line of Horn Lake road (e-tlmatlns tbe "Mag
nolia Garaen" lot to have a I root on said road
of 200 feet); thence south with said road flv
hundred and twenty-five feet; thence we t a
right angles with said road sixty five feet o
Trigg's east line; thence northwardly witi;
said east line five hundred and twenty-Cvo
feet to astake; thence east on a Uneparalie.
with the touth Bneofthe lot here to be iu..
fifty -seven feet to the beginning, together wa.
the Improvements and large shrubbery there
on. The equity of redemption la waived li.
the deed, and tbe property will be bold on ac
count of default ot the vendor, Morat.
mh7 JOHN II. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
BASS ALE, H
We are making a specialty la
Wnlca'we'ara orftrtcx at lower prices tbaa the compounded Iqnors ol this and ;otbt
market. Always on hand
A FTCL LINE OF LOW-GRADE WHISKIES, Etc.
UNDER a Deed of Trust made to me tu
Trustee by John W. Jefferson. December
13. lh'l. registered In bc.k 104, page 44, to se
cure to J. H. McDonald, guardian, the debt
therein mentioned, which is credited Li'
S1530 61, 1 will, on
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 187G,
between 12 m.and 2 p.m., in front of the court
house In Memphis.tell to the highest bidder,
lor cash, a lot of ground situated in Mempb s,
Stielby county, Tenn., being lot 27 of thesno
dlvlslon of country lotSIB: Beginning at tho
bonthwest Intersection of ManasHfts aDd Marr
streets, fronting IjO feet on Jlaiaai. by Sj,i
Marr street. Equity of redemption, right cf
dower and homestead waived.
mha WM. M. SMITH, Trustee..
By virtue of a decree In the Chancery Con-,
of Shelby counly. In the case of Mary U
Campbell vs. Joel K. Wilson et al.. No. j7.
R D.. wherein I have been appointed, in tao
plce of 8- F. McNutt, dee'd. Trustee In a Dec i
In Trust executeil on the 24th of June, IS7j, by
Joel E. Wilson and J. F. WlIoo, for the po -pose
of securing a certain Indebtedness there
in mentioned, which deed Is recorded In m o
Rezlater's office of Shelby county. In I iced
Book No. &5. pages 107-1W, I will, by virtue cf
said authority, on
Tuesday, the 2 1st Day of March, 1S7C,
at the southwest corner of the Intersection of
Main and Madison streets, tu the city of Mera
rmls. sell within legal houre, at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash, the proper:,
described In said Trust Deed, to-wlt: Situated
In Shslby county, Tenn., and beginning at
the northeast corner of J. W. Taylor's lot No.
i. thence west six chains and twenty-three
I links toa stake, with three sweetgum po.m-ers-
thence north four chains aud Bfty-eigLi
links to a stake, wim sweetguni polnttn
thence east six chains and twenty three Unas
to a stake In the west side ol Moselyavenc ,
And thence south four chains and ffllty-eigl."
links to the beginning oontalnlmc tw acri
ind S5-IW. Tne equity of redemption U
waived. Title believed to be good, but 1 Bin
and convey as trustee only.
JOHN JOHNS CON, Trustee
Clapp & Meux, Attorneys, ibis
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