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THIS MEMJPHTS DAILY AJPPS AX, -FHHDLlTi JUNE! 30 1876
S AND THADE.IioiSJnliarvMtinK.- C , W
, " "Sme-mide, 7Ja0a for bbU-itaircK
fax banks found L.uslneaa ctoIvtb.
Idnll yesterday, fixchanco .moted on
fw . p KUyw& premium coIK
kl oa .New Ovlesxs dfecoant buying,
f ciheg. Iho New York JeraM of
-vr i
sy remits: "Money was In lMg0
i-v v -j anu z rer cent on call, ami
" b vtrnm?ut collaterals m low
I er csut, Tlie follouinc ar tlm rf.
Xr.iaiiRo on New York at lh imrf.r.
j"JUfU elites In ilT -inw i-
' CC t. rwninm? CliiT!,.t..i, iinKi..
lier, e li irso i& nmiHm i,nin.
Btatrar: New OrlimnH nnmmorAlnt,
Chi Cairo, rati' ifli.Ht T.,l
t:ca 8SV8 tilSt In Hint fUv (Inn.
If a , f n
iiuhjjj Evfi comniain or in-
f c-umula'.ioa of Josnalle fuoda
k t.7Jca of Tuesday states: 'To-day
KuciuinenE nppins tn iviv nnf
aiy live million tlollara In unit! fVir
rest ou tno public deb. Toe month-
.,.. Jijm (noiuiurs are now con-
rauiy abavn Ihrwi nf rsnont venrn
"Jy per cent In vMue of tlie ore
.cd by tbutrrekt bonansi conslgttnir
ins us or trance now nold more
i tinn at any formor date. Tho or-
ry rare or ducouHt in the openmar-
T three mrmth' U ilrawn hv
muuig on eacli ctner is no more
i one and a half pjr cent, in London
iu percent, lantxa. une mrjlca
i are that the New York banks will
iverstocked with gold during the ro-
uci oi me year, ana mat an auui-
i curie cf tlie gold premium, al
flvopercsnt lower ihan at this
ljriarr-r .will be forced ?on lh
JlatJrs " " Tdc eold nreminm "was
er veo'erdnv. 1121 on Wall strAf
brclv n off red 111JU1J. Scrips
TKl'ajxd unchanKed: a lot of. 2000
f City IiiEuranco atock eold at 40.
Belling
. 61QB2
S8S9
, 78(480
Ipklt lax t-rtn
pblstaxcrlp,lS7ji,
YA-1
: cotton MAEKEr-yeeterday w
mi I of Thn ffAlnotifl woo 1 1 rrV- "
i wauU have been mo -.- "i
lit and desirahle stvl- .cone If
utsinab!e T" "iohod um
. VCk.Ai 1
le: better ry .twogtapw uqre v
lipool " -ppieuon, exceDt mat
"ff ,Jloa lower ror urieans.
I Oik Bullrlui of Tnoanu ra.
t weak and drajrlni? markfit
ff'althe best but little inclination
indie snppiios. a few buyers ap-
Dat wira very mild irtentione. and
.mount thoy take out is not calcn-
; 10 auord mucn poeltlve relief Ex-
;T3 in narticul&r oontlnua indllfer.
the limited distribution belne al-
.oolely on homo account.? On con
i tnere Has hsen a moderately act-
jovemcut, wilh eome little irregu-
ous on uie wnoie tne tone was
: and the tendency downward, with
i ou i-ioo a pouaii. -xne continued
! or ilie Jblvernool market, asre-
through publlo source?, and more
confirmed bv nrivate acconut?. an-
ft to be the main causa of denresslcn
Ho have greatly shaken faith all
fJgiJ-" uuotatlono at tho Alemnbis
In exchange were as follows:
Tttlerdav. Day before
I ordinary . . 93
1 4JDC ,...11 g
as rtir.i3-ti
was ?,
dy with light ofl"Er-
or all of i which
licrs 'ool: 25j batca: exporters
Dosty cottons uUote57c; stained,
si. fnceor miauunz same ur.,r.
CO HON iTAXEilK
1S73-1
aw
IvV-torr " -.lblS 339 63
121,002
31818
7,511
112.510
21.616
:i,sui
orf.M & C. K.'K, 2; M. & T.
l.wumEteu per wagons anil omen
kea, iu.
Ipor8-M & C. It. R , 52; L & N,
It. It, 45; steamers north, 93 By-
onn, vt. -
following are tho official telo
of the condition of tho' domestic
eta as received at tlt -cotton-ex
Price
Middling.
Market.
iyio
-
ct'ii. STlet,
109 CO
73 1,000
133 100
07 S
37 - 75
-U-. . .
82 75
"io5 UTS
v57
546
33
IS 50
IKtOtli
Dall.
tulet.
Weak.
QuIeU
11!
i mm
11
(llr
lri-
12
n Nominal,
Qolst.
ii aster.
( Rteady.
OnleU
lpalai
tns ,Lncn a
i lownr.
fitt:rdi''s Jiew Vor closing tele-
I .reports: Ordinary,- S 9 162: good
lary. 10 15-163: lowmlddlincr. llio:
ling, 12c; middling same time lest
isjc; saies, 17 m naies. xono 01 tne
tat: at 10:30, hither asked, bat.'no
lice; 12:15, buyers and sellers apart;
I quiet; 3:uo, quie: and steady.
1 following are tne closing rates in
irk futures for yesterday and the
ran.
DAY BTJTOK2.'
11 13-logll 27-32
11 21-12(311 11-lC
lary,
11 II
12'i5tt2 A-32
12 11-32
B 153i12.172
Wf&U 29-32
11 13-16cUT
11 31-3212
12 5-3Z312 3-10 ,
11 ZO-Cll?4
U 27-32(311'
11 15 16QU 31-32
11 13-IG411 23-S2
UV.gll 21-32
11 17-32
II . -o
11 21-S2
bcr U 21-S2
11 17-32
s, laAM; toue of -tne-marlifit a
(3iet: iu:4o,qniet anu nrm- i.on
and firm; 1:60, unchar,?n',. n-.n
3:10, firm ' '
Iv Orleans yeste;uay ,qaotcd mId.
I at 11 Jp at tho cj0B against 151c at
Same Ume IM v'0r- nvdnti if,
HBO, The market closed
'-fdpy'aLiverpool closing telegram
a: Uplands. G 1-16J: Orleans.
The price of middling uplands
time last year web 7 6 16d. Salts,
which 6200 were American: re-
i. . of which 4700 wore Amerl-
The market closed easier.
Liverpool mark&t for arrivals at
were barely steady: July and Au-
'delivery, any poit, 1. m. c.,5 27-
beptembcr and October, lltto.
2d. At 2:05. Sentembcr aud O sto.
Iltlo, GO. AtjS, July, dltto.151 1;
and Aucust, ditto. 5Td: Aueuet and
mbr, ditto, 5 29 82.1. At 4:30,
JNovcmucr acd December ship-
new crop, ditto, sail, 6Ji.
1 movement at all tho porta was re-
m toiiowB:
Tills l Last
ft'eek. I Weofc"!
8.une Time
UiStYear.
stcco fx
lOXihl
2iU0
205.0731
501
58
tU.lirlUlu
2U,Wii,
12Sj
ItoCont.nT,
330,
I!,HU
Id In New Yorki cloeed-jat- 112fr
Itlmelact year, 117J.
IE vroduce cenrral market was
liu.l yesterday, oiierlngs being gon
light. Ccw7i was. in amau sup-
liot BUflicier.t to meet the inquiries.
wn:e to tueir correspondents
fend their earn to market to sell
while if they keep It arid feed It
;:s It will t.e w6rth SI a bushel A
lad shelled, In balk, told at -iSo;
11 lbJ at bj?; 20 eacKs of esx corn
It 61c Oats and bran were stag-
JTrri was dulL with a sale of 20
godir.ii?lat$2i. Cornmeal was
rero jdhijC'" de-
and sir -m
ICO'J at 1 ZMai?i. eoon i,50:
wanted at SBl Sent nprrttr'S2
rat lo.iii, wun au occasional Ba'.o
L JJuiier unchaugfd; some good
rn broueht 1:4c Uiick ns were
ly fu'l fupplv at SI 502 75; old
iW3 inj lion proaucc teleKrams
Jblcag reported 17,000 received;
r, ia o; lard. ll.22ic The SL
cpxiMican of Tuesday, reported
Iiaiet and easy. Wheal was in
arrival and dull; No. 2 red, $1- 54.
1 large receipt, Bi'gnt demand and
Sso 2 mixed, cssb, June, 431c
gn iigbt receip; with little doing,
Iked cash for 21". 2. The New
tBid'etin sava: "A 'bull' spec jla-
wheathas bean started In Chl-
Ifie receipts, it Ts fiairt, begin to
It felling oil, and wtil Ua vtry light
t as the larmers begiu 11 employ
IFoofls'takon by the Memphis mM a.
luuuwd: rine neeco wasned, r;dic ncr
pound ; medium Ujece washed, SOlic;
coareo fleece washed, 2Tra2t; choice tub
WB5betl8035j; falrjtyl) wsl.'aed, V
war uub unwasueo," lagi.'c: medium
,oj, common and mirry, IOi
JSOi Cbffon iced, aL ibo mills. !
a ton; CDtton-teed meal- $18. Jlidct
quoiei 11 mt, 23 pounds and over,
no; under 20 pound. 1013c: dry
sailed, fig)l6c, as In wefzht; preen palt
d,ST; greeir.-lQGsi Tambjkins, 25
30;; eheemUlts. as in anion
S34 a cord; deli vera J in the oily,
4d iuuuiuus nm mereuanu,' wnoie-
saie casn prlcea.asreparted by the chain
ucr ui commerce:
rLOUIt I)oll:unBrnn ts r.si -..,,., v., .
extra, 755 2j JiOreble extra, fiOa; cbolco
tx.rl.hl. -
wui uiuftii-oicnu v : Klin nricui. ir ri
CORN-Hcarco: mixed, E9382s; whlto, 69g82o
'i6 "SrX'c ! white, fl50c
'BRAN Ueht doiunml iKiixaio
LARD 1'lrm: In tierces. lr.QlSo' ir(
13J4c: half barrels. 13Hc" ta paaillS' 5
?J4 lb, 13S13ic: baling twilfftliUo. iron
urasxc: pieced tie, 31tlc.
auiiUSKisii Half buls, So. 1. SH)a
ii. J!f -2. 7753S; Hair barrelf .
' I- 1 f C TVTrt
i?iv.,;itPrdln'T' to cholc. 6(5SJc.
BUQAB.1.0D1SIANA Firm: In hhd
9Xi", yellow clanned, lOQIOJi'-' ,-5tctj,
Qllo. Barreled, Jfc hlsher. C--rff;tp-t?i
BTJQIt REFInkii- -
Jb, lflKQiic; crusr- firm standard A. per
MOIiA"- -?SU,c ; cut loar, 12lic.
nrlir .t?5 Common, 4Uc; .lair, 12315c;
-s. ICqS3c; ttrlclly rilns, Kga7c; ctfolc.
ailtDPS Qtcominon; to fancy, 40AS3o".
CHEESE Doll; western, per lb., 13al34c.
' . EALT-r-Cotrsa and common line, in' bar
los, 8U531 S5;dalry, in bhls,S2 75(33; Wver
pooleoatae. In.' SicfcB, SI 3031 40; Idverpool
tlno.la sacfes, 51 7031 Sy.
SOAP Resin .and tlerralcj.i SQdKc: It
tln'8.6(g6ic. '
OANliCfe-Uull: boxes, lull' w-olght,16Us:
bi'.box,.:cjqr box, 16c.
15TAROarSjSc pertt.
WH18K.Y-i5c per pU.
LIME-1 3531 COperbbl.
CKMENT 1QUiBVille, f2 25; Rosedale, S2 75
per bbl.
fiSCtJUKNrrs AND FRUlrs-Apples. new,
nomlnallrperbnsbel,Jl 50f lemots, per box,
17 50; oranges, per box, 7&8: potatoes, new,
loose, nominally SI 502; onlous. new, Si 60
beans, per. bnsb n-a5al.75: dripd. apples,
frffllOc: dried paaches, tglOc W . '
illSCKLrjAKBOUS-Butter western table,
C&olee, 33c;, Inferior, 15317c; cgssf12(llc;,
nails, per kog,'i-loa325;-Uiegar. imr cat, l3'
32c; tnbacco, per 6, 4o90c; spice, 18Q20c;
pepper,20-32;!c;Bardlnes, Sl6rsl66); oysters. 1 B,
80C&J1; oysUirs, 2 , 1 &)2: coa!-oU, 10o:
matches, S8 7537;,cotton ropo, ISSSOcT taaa
rope, llalSs; powder, kegs, 8 35; shot, -patent.
12 1032 50; soda, fcOGS,,54c; soda, cases, 6
tvc
MARKETS.
BY TELEaBAPJI.
PARIS, Juno 29. Rentes, 104f. 80c.
"NEW OREiEANH. Junn 518 RSlrt
'1121'rNew Yprk sight, 1 premium; ster-
NEW YORK, June 28 -ro,lw sv
t-m Zm - H Custom receipts,
i .-3. The assistant treasurer die
onled $l,002,OC0. Cle&rings, S20.COO.000
Gold firm at 112. Governments bonds
ware 1irm and iur good demand: cou
pons- 0M88I, 123hdo. 1665, I16J; tio.-
lboo, new, rjinao. lbOT, 122 ; do. 1863,
'121: ;new. ;,5e, 117; 10403, regulir,
U7f; 10.403," coupons, 118J; currency
63, 126J. State securities quiet; Ten
ncsseo 63, old, 4G; Tennessee 6i,
new, 46;Vlrpinla 63, old, 275; Virginia
63, new, "27; ITlsscuri 6s, 107?
Railroad, bonds were elrong. Stocits
were activcr'and Irregular, with AVestern
Union, Lake Shore and-j.'tclli3 Mail,
strong and higher, and Michigan- Cen
tral, Northwestern, St. Paul anil coal
shares weak and )ower. Transactions
cjuiprie'0dies,i)OO .shares, of wh'ich.
22,000 WercPaClflc Mail, 42 0C0 Western '
Union, 90S0Nnrthweateru,9C00St Paul,
9000 Erie, 36,000 Jjske Shore, S00O Ohio
4030 .Michigan Central, 5000 New Jeraoy
Cmtral. Closing quotations were:
Western Union teiegraph, 70J; Quick
silver, 13; Quicksilver preferred, IS:
Pacific.. Mail, 61; Marlpcsai; JSdari-,
rjoia Preferred VI) Adams Kxprefs.
110; Wells & Pargo'a Sprees com
pany, "";; American Express company,
5SJ; United States Express company,
71ifew YbikUentral,107j; Erie, 141;
Erta-rnrererre(ir20;'r Harlcmf-'139:
Harlem preferred, 133; Michigan On
tra!, 50g; Panama, 38; Uniin Pacific
stock, t3; Lake "Shore, 6Gi; Illinois
Central, 97;. Cleveland and Pittsburg,
823; Northwestern, 42; Northwestern
preferred, 66 ; Cloveland.Columbui.Cin
cinnatl and Indianapolis, 44f ; New Jer
sey Central, 71; Itoek Island, 109;
St Paul, 411; St. Paul preferred. 70i:
Wakash, 2; Wabash preferred, 3
Kort Wayne. 101: Terra Haute, a-
Terre Haute preferred, 13J; Chicago and
AJtoa, 2; Chicago and Alton pre
ferred, 8; Ohio and JHississip0i 17.
Delaware, "Lackawanna B'a Weatern'
61; .Atlantic apd Pacific telegraph!
17;cll8a0UriPacIfl''. 7: Atlantic !in H Pftl
clfic, preferred. indiEa Central, 3i;
Chicago( Priibgton and Quincy, 15;
Hannib-, nnrt Sir. Tnajnlv 14- ftenfrai
Cldc bpnds,109J; Union Pacific bonds,
lOsi: union ractnc land grants. lOIi:
Uuton,Paciflc sinking funds, 91.
DRY GOODS.
'JBi "ELEORAPH.
NEW YORK, June 29. Rusiness re
mains quiet with manufacturers' agents
and importers. Cotton goods steadily
held at current ratee. Medium fancy
prlnta are 'more fresly taken by interior
jtbbers. Dross goods and shawls dull.
Overcoitlng's'Tieavy."' Casslmerca and
worsted contlnga continue in moderate
request. Foreign goods dull.
PRODUCE STREETS.
BY TSLEGBAFH.
CHICAGO, Juno 29. Flour quiet.
Wheat fairly active and ashade hiubor;
No. 2 HpringSl 041spot, and SI 013
July. CrfiraTNo:2,47cspol. Oats
firmer. No. 2, 30c. Pork steady at
$19 22. Lard easier at ll.20c. Rulb
meats steady with fair demand, 717.
9l1010v .Whisky, $1 10J.
- LOUISYILLEjJuno 29. Flourquiet;
family, ?l(3SJJfE5' Wheat, 9cl 05
Oats. S334c. Corn, 4850. Hay
nomiual, with no demand. Provisions
iii active demand and liitihtr. Pork,
$20-502I. Bulk meats, 88ic, 11
lljc. Btcon, 9,li123. fiaine, 14j
15c. Lsrd tierce, 131ct keg. 141c
Whlsiy, 51 10. Bagging, 12133.
CINCINNATI, June 29 Flour quiet
but Bteatly. Wheat dull, 90cSl 15.
Com quiet but steady, 474Sc. Oats
inactive, 3642c. Pork in fair demand
and higher; sales' at 2020c Lard
quiet;, steam. llc; kettle, 13fai3c.
Bulk meats fi-m, buyers and sellers
apart, good demand at inside quota
tions; 7IS, 1010, lOlOJc. Bacon
ssarce and firm, 8, lifglljc. Whisky,
51 10. "Butter dull, and -drooping. :
NEW ORLEANS, Juc.e 29. Flour
snnerrihe, $3. 75irj4; -treble extra, $4 75
(6 25. Com In fair demand; mixed,
SSa; white, eO-eSd't yellow, 68c. Oafcj
weaK; at, iiouis, 33353. Oornmeal,
S2 40. Htv rirfme. SIR'SIR Pnrtr
40,
S2(21 25. , Lard. 33JC Bulk meats
Bcaree and firm; held at 9, lll12c.
Bacon, 9, lllljc, 1212jc. Wnlaky,
SI 13. CofXee, 1518c. Sugar fair to
fully fair, 7J8c Molaased, 4357c.
Rico, 461c. Bran,5c.
NEW YORK, June 29. Flour dull
and still In buyers' favor; super, wi stern
and State, $3 504; 8t. Louis. $5a8 75.
Wheat Irregular and unsettled; No. 2
Cnicsgi, prime, SI 14. Corn'cloeed quiet,
with moderate demand;, mixed graded,
60s. Oata!BcUve;jemtern-&nd--Stata.-3S
423. Stigar quiet but firm; prime, S2o;
rtfined, 10J10ic,MPetrolUDV higher;
cmdo, 9c; refined, lli?e.
rork firms r:
new rnef$19 Klfl 7ff.
prime fcteam,lllllc
Tiard stosdy;
Whisky, tl'lk
, ury uee.ssins.-aaj'joT. Jiecswax,
'per pound. 2526c. per pound.
7iC. Ji'ood 1 ibbinir at thn lan.Hn,.
-n
fifSf. htf'JlHKc: -clew 'atSSS
;??.L?i5aS(aS;-""0! uSar.caroJ hams
iVcntlicr.nnd itltct-.
Hot i net the werd for U; sultry will
!a better, yet h not sunicient to oojvcy
the idea of what we poor marines suf
fered yetUrday in our tlTirls to keep
aweiva unui tne sun k went oeyot'i me
western hills. When Old Sol was about
retiring, however, the head of the
a-juatic department drove up on
the crest of au electric-illumined
cloud, and for a while threatened
n Hood or blessed rain; but at this
writing the flood has not come, nor has
me rain descended, and worse tnan ail.
tho clouds are retiring in tbs-wake of
mo sun. me lightning continues to
play, and wo may be happy yet in the'
et.j yment of a r? iresbi ng raiD. The
river reports indicate everything on the
tgaiu, out generally or only a lew
lucutc. weappenu litest psrtlcvuars:
Omen Kio. Hrn. Ocs. O. H. Al
Memphis, June a. 3:13 p.m. I
Above lowicbcg's
Ther,.
water.
RfC'F"ll
Kcet. 1 In's. lo's Ic'f
11 5 !T
10 7
8 5 5
10 ro i
IS! 8 ... ...
9 8 0 .....
I il I a" -!.
6 1
si a a ,
5 -j
i 10 2
i a 31
11 2 3
20 16 7
3S. 8 J 1
Deg.
Cr.lro ,
Clnolnrjftti
Davenport,.
iuDnque...
Helena, Ark
Keokui
r.ittie ItockL.
Leavenwotth.
lnlsvllle..
romittils
NabvlllB
New Orleans
I'lUsbnrt?
Hhroveport.
8U Louis
vjcKgburg.
Belowbauch mars.
OBSERVATIONS
YESTERDAY.
Time.
Bar., Ther. Wind. Vp
"leather
6:13a.m. lair
3 n jr .rS5J
82
10
78
8.32.
S.W..
Fair.
Cloudy
Clonrtv
1 y . v.. ion 1.1 ,
1 j'LH. ,SJT
4U1U11UUIU IllUIUUUlKtClf U
U. M. JUilDtVIQ,' Sergeant,
Ex" TELEaBAPBc
xmashville, June 29. River falling,
wund leet on me snoais.
PiTTSBDBG, June 29 Noon. River
2 feet 6 inchesand rising. Weather clear
asti not.
ViCKSBUEa, June 29. Weather
very warm. - River rose 1 inch. Up
hte. Genevieve! Arrived: City of
viczsburg.
Louisville, Juno 29. Weather
warm and clear. River 6 feat 6 Inches In
the canal, and stationary. Dsparled:
Baum, Memphis.
Evansville, June . 29. Weather
cloudy aud hot- Mercnry 72' to "SO0.
The river has fallen 11 inches, with 9
and 4 10 feet ou the gauge.
Nbw Orleans, Juno 29 Weathpr.
warm, with a light rain this evening.
Arrived : John . A. Scudder, St. Louis.
Departed: Mollte Moore and Grand
Lake, St. Lsuis,
Cincinnati, juue 29 Noon. River
rising. Weather cloudy Night
The river roe 8 inches and receded 5
inches since last nlglil, now 9 feet 8
inches and falling, but will be rising to
morrow. Weatser cloudy. Arrived:
JumesD, Parker, Memphis.
Cairo, June " 23 Noon. Weatbr:
rainy aud cool. Arrived: Robert JE
Lee, L'ttlsvlllo, 9 p.m.; Grand Tower;
Memphis, 2 a.m.; Fanny Tatuin, Islan
1; 8 p.m.; Cons Millar. Memphis, 9
p m Thompson Dean, New Orleanc,
noon. Departed Grand Tower, St
Louis, T a.ra Night River 30 feet 12
inches, and rising. Wpathor cloudy.
Mercury 80. Arrived: Belle of Sbrove
port, St. Liuis, 3 p.m.; U. P. Schenck
Cincinnati, 4 p.m.; EdJIobbs.St. Louif,
7 p.m. Departed: Latham, Cincinnati,
1 p.m ; Cons Miller, Cincinna i, 3pm:
Tislle of Shreveport, New Orleans, 8
p.ru.-
" atovciucnti at tlie I,vcc.
- ARRIVALS.
Bismarck, New Orleans; Vint Shln-
tkle, Cincinnati; Atlantic and barges,
New Orleans.
DEPAKTDRE8.
Bismarck, St. Louis; Atlantic, 8f.
Louis.
In i'out.
Vint Sbinkle, Oaeeola.
BOATS DUE.
- .City of Helens, Cipltal-City.i.G. W.
Cheek, Ruth, Ella, U. P. ScKeSekT";
BOATS LEAVING THIS JdAY; j .
Vicksbdrq Capitol City jJas.O' Neil,
ma9ir, ten a.m.
St. Louis City of Helena, J. H.
Jil'Kee, master, five p m.
Cincinnati Vint Shinkls, James
Kennielon, mater, five p.m.
Fbiabs PoiNT-Geo. W. Cheek, N. S.
Green, master, five p.m.
Receipts Yesterday.
Vint Shinkle SO pkga' furniture, 10
brls oil, 300 sacks bran, 22 pkgs butter,
50 boxes soap, 13 brls whisfcy, 250 empty
brls, and tuadrie?.
Jtlirluc Jlirnclcs.
River ilema pcaica.
Not a single pachet arrived or departed
yesterday.
The Vint Shinkle was the only boat
doing business at the landing yesterday.
The Liberty leturned yestirday from
a trip up the Hatchie liver, whither she
had been after a load of staves.
Ths Ruth from White river, and the
Ella from Arkansas river, are due to
day, and leave again, to-morrow.,
TheG W. Cheek, N. S. Green in
command, leaves at five o'clock this
evening -for Friara -Point and ell way
landing
The marines are jubilant over the
nomination of Tilden and Hendricks.
They think that the. convention hs se
lected the best men, and are. sure of
electing them in November next.'
The Anchor-Lino packets leaving to
day are the Capitol Gity, for Vickaburgy
at ten o'clock this morning, andl the
City of Helena, for St. Louis, at live
o'clock this evening.
Vlcksburg Herald: "Brooks, of the
marine department of the Memphis
Appeal, has been wrestling with the
warm weather, and naturally enough Le
cornea out second best. His river col
umn is shorter than a rabbit's talk but
what there is, of it is watery." Walt
till wa get our have of absence, add
then you will have to swallow those ire
marks. The oppressive heat forbids a
further consideration of the subject.
Tho Vint Shinkle, arrived front' tlie"
Ohio bafore daylight with a light trip.
Sho returns again this evening, Cap'ain
James Kenmston in command. Her
clerk, Captain Billy M'Intyre, feeling
enthusiastic over the coming centennial
celebration in our city, procured three"
or four dczen centennial flags at Ciccin
nhti, and yesterday distriouted them
among his friend'. Billy, accept our
thanks for your centennial gift, -which
wo will wave o'er the laud of the free
aud the home of tho brave.
A fishing party, composed of 'yo'mg
gentlemen, your,g ladtes, and just
enough old folks to keep matters in
trim, will celebrate the one hundredth
Fouth of July by embarking on the
Carl Shurz to a favorable point down
the river: whero the finnles will be cap
tured if they will nibble; if they choose
to treat the templing bait with con
tempt then Iheycuug Yolks will anglo1
for each others heart9, and while away
tho hours with music, dancing and toth
er pleasant pastimes. This chronicler
will try to oley the summons to accom
pany tho, party.
LUHCH HOUSE.
Temperance lunch-House,
IA MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE COURT
il V house, having been transferred to the
Women's Temperance T7ulou,
tho ladles epectfaUy solicit a liberal patron
age. as they intend to make the room pleasant
and attractive, as well as to furnish the ijest
of Coffee, with Lnnch or Mrals, at the lowest
possible price, without the' temptations of
stronger drinks, liodles and gentlemen, friends
of tho temperance cause, are earnestly Bollc
tort to favnr U10 entmrlM. mvt
UNITJ&SlTr OF YIKGLNIA.
SUMMER IiAW LECTURES (nine weekly),
begin ISth July, 1S76, and end 13tU Septem
ber, ilavi- provtd of signal use 1st, to stu
dents who design to putsno their studies at
this or other La vr-nchool; 2d to these who' pro
pose io read prtva'elyr nDdO.io practitioners
who have not had fhe advantage or syste
malic innlmctlon. for circular apply (P. O.
Cnivemltyor Va.) to JOHN B. MINOR,
Jul lw ' Prof. Com. and Stat. Law.
GREAT BARGAINS
is-
$mmk etc.,
AT-
IHES.BMTTIE&CO.'S
396 Main Street,
THE ENT1KE SI0CK
. Prevlooato Removal from premise
' now iwrnnl'rt br ttitn.
STSHOGR a,PEER.
m, WALSH, STENOGRAPHER
38 North Couri Street.
ijtVXDENOE reported In Courts, beforer ef
erees. etc verbatim.
Bborth&nd tangh'
all v or bv -matt
SAXiu MASSES.
95 CanpSt,Nrj.R poVdris. New Orleans, ii.
SUMMER RESORTS.
WHIf SiCLlPF MlNBML'SFaiNGS
AKli
HOU5TAIN lit ALT E BEBOBT,
JTONROK COUNTY, EAST TENNESHEK
;l will lo opened for the reception oj guests
on tho Jrst of Jnno, 1676. these spilngsnie
situated on CUllhowoemonntaln.fltteenmlles
southeast of Moueo Cr:ek'. Tennesseo East
(enn.i Va and Ga K. IU 1200 eet above the.
surmonaing vauey, anu aouu to low reel above
aea level. " '
Rates of; l'oaid Per day, 82; pGr week, J10 60;
nermontll (June),S3jj per month (after June),
$J0 special rates to ramlilos; hack-faro one
way, 82; round trip, S3. -
For pamphlets glvlns analysis or water,
temperaluro and lull particulars, aadrfss
t J. H. MAGILL, Proprietor,
Mouse Greet, East Tennessee.
We cordially recommend the WbiWciin
Springs to the citizens or Memphis as a splen
did summer resort lor health and comfort.
The mountain scenfryls beautiful; the min
eral waters Jare nneH and tha hottl 1k new,
spacious and well-kept. JOS. LKNOW,
mya ; J.T.LEATH.
BON ' AQUA SPBI&GS.
THIS dt'llghtful slimmer resort wlir bo open
for visitors- on tbe istli June.
The wateis of-theso springs aro renowned
for their !curo of Dyspepsia, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, Bummer Complaints or children, Dis
eases or tile Kidneys aud bkln, An:umla, Ner
vous Prostration, Chorea. Menstrual Disor
ders. Rhehmatlsm. and all cases of conernl
debility. IThelr recuperative and rejuvenat
ing properties are wonderful; and what w
more romkrjcable, nv death bar. ever occurred
tbera.froni sickness, and chlllsamoni denl.
zensof that locality are fcarcdyicuown. Tho
air la pnrd, and the nights are always cool.
Board! single, ntonth.... fin 00
Board twd months fpei montn).m . 35 CO
Half prlc&fdr'chllUien and servants.
Hpeclal taws' forramllles.
Vis
lsltorsrwlll leave the cars at Hon AnuaBtji.
tlon, on tlieKashvllie and Northwestern Rail
road, hej-e they will be met by elegant hacks.
, W. B. KUSSELL, Manager.
J. R. WfNBERN. AsststanU my2i
Lauderdale County, Alabama.
TUE -watersof these Springs are a specific in
Dropsies, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Chronic
Diarrhea, all diseases of the Liver, Skin and'
Kidneys, 'and dlaiaies pecnllnr to re-
inaea. ror circular, address
Ju23 ' W. P. ELLIS'.
i. j. ALEXANDER. THOS. If. MILLER.
XTTK-A -SP'BINGS.
npHESE celebrated Springs, situated in Tlsh
J. omlngo county, Mls-leslppl, 115 miles
from Memphis. Immediate! v on the Memnhla
and CnarleSton Railroad, will be openeu for
the reception of guests on June15th. The
waters off theso Springs are justly celebrated
lor their hykienlo.Dioo4rtles.and consist, or
Sulphur; Alum, Magnesia, Chalybe&te and
Kreestonei The buildings, whtch are entirely
new, are teantlful in design, combining ele
gance, with comfort. The entire furniture and
fixtures are perfectly new. Tha cmnnrts nr
spaclquaand delightful; the town quiet and
reflned. Express, post, telegraph and ticket-
omces near ine uoiei, nar nnsnrpiesea.
.mnniin i . i . Fn
-Board per d ay, S2 50: pfr week, 814:
per month. 840.
Children under ten years or
use and servants hair nrlce.
AtiiAai uitj, a AiuuLiHin, Jfrop'rs,
GREAT
REDUCTION OF BOARD
ATt.XUE CELEBRATED ROCKBRIDGE
AfrDil Spkiscs Owing to tho denrossed
conditioner the conntry.the proprietor. has
dclci'mlned to lower his charges, that all may
bo.'alile to derive the benefits from tho use of
mew) jusuy ceieuraiea waters. Tney need no
recb nmendatlon, since they have so fully es
tablished their o flclencv thronnh thn thnn.
sands "who have been broueht from death's
door Id renewed health by the nso of their
wuuuerjui meuicinai waters, oince last sum
mer" the Chalybeate Spring, which was onened
last, .year, has been thoroughly analyzed by
,Prore.ssor fil. B. Harden, of the V. M. I., of
.Virginia", and by comparison shows It to be
fully as strong as " Rawley " ot carbonate ol
iron, having a small quantity more than one
and a small quantity less than 'tho other two
8trlnc. So fa addition to the wbter that hus
made those springs so famous, tlie proprietor
utat pieufiuiv in nuuuuiiciu buwiiB can iur
niHh tuoBo who may need to drink olther sep
arately drtin connection with tbe more cele
brated waters of these sprints a pure carbon-
ato of lion (chalybeate) water, inferior to
none, and equaled only by Rawley, In this
State. This at the vory cheap rales, with ac
commodatioui nllsmp.to.any previous year..
Klrfct montlr or-fonrweeka, 860 ; two mouths,
eisht weeks, $100. - - . . . .
Professor J; S. DaVI?; OnlVerslty orV'Irglnla,
resident physician.
senator circular, jauks a. jkaxikb,
my21 " " " Proprietor.
WHITE 80LPSUS SPRINGS
WliaSE elovaUon :n 2000 feet above Udo
water, long ana favorably tnOwn for
their valuable ALT EF. ATiVE WAl'EKS, their
charming fiarnmcnidrnate, and"thfelargo'and
fashionable patronage that annually resort to
them, ARE NOW OPEN.
THeir capacity is about 1509 persons.
Charges lo July 1st, 860' ncrmonth 517 f 0 per
week: -for snonths July and August, monthly
135; weokly,8H,
Extensile repairs have been made since last
season. Including the erection of a largo hotel
Wiw an moaem improvemcnis, wnicn wui oe
kept open during winter as well as summer.
Also, iieveral new cott-ges.
Descriptive pamphlet.1) obtained at the drag
store of S.-Mansneld oi Co., MempMi,Tenn.
GEO. Jj. PEITON & CO.,
my2 eod Proprietory.
Yellow Sulphur Springs
In Montgomery County, Ta.,
Near ChrlsUansbnrg Depot, on' tbe Atlantic,
Mississippi and Ohio Railroad.
A. BIECKLET & COT PROPRIETORS.
Open for Tliftors from First Jane to
- Irs t Ocfotxr.' --
TERMS:
Board perday.... J 2 50
Board pcrplo6loweek 1 00
Board 4 weeks or longer, per week........... 12 50
iKorslogle month of 23 das:. 40 W
for 2 eonaecntl va month?, per mnnth S5 U)
C'tilldien nuder lO,liair pilce. f ervanlu half
price, oriiccordlsgtaaceommodatlon.
LIUiral arransemeata made with families.
TRTJSTSS S&IES.
Trustee's
Hale.
UNDER and by vlttuc of a certain deed In
trubtmade by John It. Uurley and Susan
A.'Qurley, his wife, date October 15, 1S71. and
recorded in the office of rrglstratlon of deeda
In fit, Krands couoty, Arkansas, in book R,
pages 330, 351, uS2,ti5 and. .."l. to secure tha In
debtedness therein named, I will, as the trus
tee named in said doed, on
Timrsdaj, tho Gth day of July, 187G,
in front o the courthouse at Forrest City, in
aald county and Stat, proceed to sell, for
caeh, lo tho. bighett bidder, the following
deaorlbcti property, to-wlt: Lot 13, block 18;
lot 1, block $8; north fractlbnal part lot i,
block.55-allIn tab town of Kor,e t City( Ark.
Also, the southeast fractional H of the north
west ii of section JB, to-rnshlp 5 north, of
range 3 easr, containing 53 lo-lCu acre, in 8U
Francis county, Arkansas. Equity of redemp
tion Is waived. Title to property bellyed to
be good, hat I convey only as trustee,
lei CHA8 T. DOBB, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of a Deed of
Trust made to me on the 23th of i'ebru
a y, 1871, by Wlilltm and Elizabeth Lunn,
which Is or record in the Register's office of
Hbelby county. In Book 78. page 437; and nt
the requestor the holder ot the debt therein
spcaredsald debt,' interest and cost, being due
and unpaid), I will sell, to tho hlghtest bidder,
for cash, at pubUc sale, at the southeast corner
of Court Square, In Jdemphls, Tennessee, on
between io o'ciock. a.m.anu 4 p.m., the prop
erty defiorlbed in said Trust Deed, o follows:
Beginning on wet t sldeof Second street 49 feet
G Inches south of south tide of alley between
and parallel with Adams and Jefferson streets;
thence west with the center of the dividing or
partition waTl between the lot hereby con
veyed and the lot conveyed Septembers), 1853,
Uv -Tnhn r Ktmltr.n tj t A IJUtnh-lijl tAAt A
inches to the first alley wfSt.Qf and parallel
with Second street; thence south with east
side of said alley 2t feet 0 lnchermore or less,
to the center pf dividing wall between the lot
hereby conveyed and the. north, boundary of
lot No. 259: thence east With the center of said
dividing wall IIS feet 6 inches to Second street:
thence north with tho side, of Second
street 21 feet 9 Inches, more or les, to the be-
lnnjaBr-oeiug-buuui ;ui 101 no ziurasiaia.
ownon miipof the city and the south tene-
ment'of tbe 4-story iron- front block anown ns
the JefTarson Block, All equity of redemption
is waived in said Trust Deed and title BeHevtd
tobegoodj Dati win sen only as trustee.
lull
W. Y. tx
a u
IIMKB. Trustea.
ThoFapers foriJioPeopIe
Woefcly (iwtjixe fre)...........
60
Weekly (for Clubs Of Five or more post
age uoe)...
D.tUy (six papere)-.
.2 (JO
10 00
STATE LAWS.
Froposcd
Amendments
tutlon.
to the Coastl-
A JOINT RESOLUTION, proiioslug Amend
inentfi to tho Constitution of tho State of
Tcntiidfce.
Section i. Be It Resdlved by tho (Joheral As
sembly of thoijtato of Tennessee, That tho
following amendments to tbe Constitution oi
tho State ;ot Tennessee, are proposed and re
ferred to tho next General Assembly, to be
chosen by the qualiflod-vbtera octhls State;
and such proposed amendments to be sub
mitted by'them to tb peoplepf.Jbls State, in
such manner, audi' uch times, as they may
prescribe, fr theirv laptlonorrelectlon.'
fciec2. Amend Article 2, Section 3,by.8trlk
lug out the fourth line after the word " for,"
the word f two," and insert tho word " our "
in lieu thereof. ' 1
Sec. 3. Amend Articlo2, Section 2S,bystrik
IngDtit of the r'Blxth and seventh. lines, aftei
the word " except," in the sixth line, the
wort'b " one thousand dollars worth of per
sonal property In tne hands of each tax
payer, and."
Sec. 4. Amend Article 2, Section 3l, by strik
lngout ot tho third and fourth lines, after the
word " become," In t" o third line, the words,
" the owner, in whole or In part, or any bank,
or."
Sec. 5. Amend Artiole 3, Section 4, to read
as follows: " Section 4. The Governor ehafl
hold his office "for four year?, and until his
successor shall Xo elected and qualified. He.
shall not be eligible moro than eight years any
term or twelve."
Sec. 6. Amend Article 0, Section 3, by strik
ing out of the second line, after tho word
the," the words, " qualified voters of the
State," and insert in Hen thereof the words,
" vote of both Houses of the Gentral Assem
bly." In the seven'h line, after the word
" be," strike out the word " eight " and Insert
in lieu thereof the word " twelve."
Sec. 7. Amend Article 6. Section 4, by strlk
ng out of ,the eecoud and third lines, after the
woid "the' in the second line,' tho words,
" qualified voters or the second district or cir
cuit to which they are to be assigned," and,
Insert in lieu thereof, alter the word " the," in
the second line, the words,'" vote or both
Houses of the General Assembly."'
Sec. 8. Amend Article 7, Section 7, by strik
ing out of the fourth line, alter tbe word
"lor," the word "two," and Insert in lieu
thereof the word " four."
Sec, 9. Amend Article 2, Section 23, by strik
ing from the first line after tbe word " of," the
word "four," and insert in lien thereof the
word " six." in the fifth line, after the. words
" paid for," strike, out all the words that pre
cede the words " any day,"ln the seventh line.
Sec 10. ,Bj it further Resolved, That the'
Secretary of State be required, and itls hereby
nada his duty, to have published in one news
paper In each Senatorial District In this State,
one insertion monthly, tor six months previ
ous to the election of members of the next
General Assembly, of the proposed amend
ments to the Constitution of tne State of Ten
nessee. Sec. 11. Be It further Resolved, That if the
General Assembly ot tho State of Tennessee,
next to bo chosen, agtee to these proposed
amendments by a two-thirds vote of all the
members elected to each House, and such pro
posed amendments are submitted to the poo-'
pie, and if the people of this State approve
and ratify such amendments, by a majority oi
all the citizens of the State, voting for Repre
sentatives, voting In their ravois such amend
ments shall become apart of .the Constitution
of the State ot Tennessee.'""-
The Legislature may, by-general laws, au.
thorlze the trialof misdemeanors, and of civil
snitB, by a jury of less than twelve.
No member of the Legislature shall be paid
lor more than one hundred days of a regular
session; nor for more than sixty days of any
extra or called session.
Strike out in the" 28ttr' Section of tha 2d Arti
cle all after and including' the words, " all
male citizens of this State."
Add to the 18th Section of 3d Article the fo-1
lowing: ! Provided, however, that either
House m-yto amend any bill or resolution
objected to by the Governor as to obviate those
objections; and "when any Sill or resolution
has been . returned by tbe Governor, with
his objections, it shall be lawful' for either
House to amend such bill or resolution, either
by adding, striking out, or changing any mat
ter." Amend tho 1st Section of the 4th Article by
adding thereto, "And the Legislature may es
tablish Court with both common law and
equity 1 urisdlction."
Amend the 9th Articlo, striking out the 1st
Section thereof.
Amend the M Section of the 11th Article by
adding thereto: "The Legislature may, how
ever, submit any amendment or amendments
to the Constitution directly to the people; and
any amendmrrator amendments so submitted,
and receiving a maioritv of all the voters of
tho State, according to the last State enumera
tion, shall become a part of the Constitution,
and. take effect on the 1st day of January next
followlug such election."
The Legislature may exempt manufactur
ing establishments from taxation for a period
notexceeding sixyears.
Amend the 13th Section of Article 11 by ad
ding : " The General Assembly shall also have
power to pafs fence, road, school, and other
local laws, aud make them applicable to such
counties and Incorporated towns as may, by a
popular vote, accept such laws."
Amend the 29th Section of Article 2, by in
serting after toe name of Marshall county,
tbe counties of Jilckman, Perry and Lewis.
That section 2. of Article' 6, be amended so
as to provide that the Supreme Court shall
consist of three Judges Instead of rix, one of
whom shall be chosen train each Grand Di
vision of the State; aud that the concurrence
of two, instead of three, of the Judges shall be
necessary to a decision.
Stnke out of Article 4, Section 1, the follow
ing, after the word suffrage: "Except that
each voter shall give to the Judges of election,
where he offers to vote, satisfactory evidence
that he has paid the poll taxes assessed upon
him for such preceding period as tne Legisla
ture shall prescribe, and at such time as may
be prescribed by law, without which his vote
cannot be received "
Passed March 23, 1875.
LEWIS BOND.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
THOMAb II. PAINE,
Speaker pf theBenate.
Approved March 24. 1875.
JAMES D.J?ORTER; Governor
I, C. N. Giobs, Secretary of State of the
State of Tennessee, do certify that the forego
ing is a copy of Amendments to tbe Constitu
tion or the State or Tennessee, proposed by
tbe General Assembly of th State ol Tennes
see, approved March 24. 1875, the original of
which is now rf record in my office.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto rab
Gcrlbed my official signature; and, by order ol
the, Governor, affixed the great seal Of tha
State of Tennessee, at the department In tba
p'y or Nash vlllo, tliU 1st day ot May A.D. 1876.
CHAb.f. GIBBS,
Secretary of a e.
. H IT n tti: - 1 it t 4 ii r. nt I : '
Ths
Cheap
HAVE
MENKEN BROTHERS
DRESS GOODS I
500 yaida Fancy DreK Oods, at 5 ctft. a yard.
3U00 yards Colored Percales, at 7Kc a yard.
3000 yards Fancy Dres Uoods. at 20c a yard.
axx yards Striped andrialdUrenadines.atSOo
SHOES! SHOES I
Ladles' Perge Shoes
.31 25 to 83.
tadies
K'd 8hoee
XiMest Htvle Newport Tlos; Jl 2o'to 82 7s!
to ,
vu..m.uu ............ . , ...iiiv nj z.
A largo leb lot er Ladles' and Children's Shoes.
LESS THAN; COST, to close.
LADIES' LIHEN BITS ANB OVERDBESSES
o .
Ladles' ((all Hnon) Snits, Skirt, Overtklrt and BiSfides, triitmed with bias
folds, 92 90.
Ladles' (lall lincn) snlbtriimncd with bias foltls and knlfeplaltlag, $5 50.
Embroidered Linen Spltj-fjrery elegant), ?C 50. La-ties' Cal'co Wrappers, 75c.
White Linen and Swiss Sails (for young ladles' wear), $3 50, upward
Misges' Linen Salts (all ages), LESS 1 HAN COST I
and 2S
IV. ty. BUT,
.4.. fc.fc
-v ,. MEW STifftRB
mm
WHOLESALE
-roeers.
SflAI ENflNES.
Tho. j! G. Hoadloj, Erlo City, or
Watertown Portable, or VYoodbarj
Stationary, or Skinner's small Engines,
with Horizontal Bollrr.
M 111 RUSHING MACHINES OF A LT, TvTNim.
IX .Horsa Railway (Tread) power THRESHERS, SEPARATORS and .-CLB ANERS, at 8231
.for One-HorMower, aRd 1275 loi Two-Horse Machlnes.'and freight from factory- The One-
4juuq jo:Buci tvxji bu.ou huu viai&u rwvvuijr'uiH uj uu.r uuaurwi iiuu twenty-aye ousaeis VI
wheat In day the Two Horse Machine, from two-hundred to two hundred a fly bushels. wheal
and double that quantity ol oats in ady. ' Planters are Invited to sand in their orders at once.,
w Prices 'furnished of .any othei' Thresher and Separator desired r Reapers and Mowers, or any
Icind of Machinery or Agricultural Implements wanted. Goods shipped from factory direct lo
any point in Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas; Tc-xas, or any southern State. 9-e sure to
write us before buying elsewhere and yon will save money by it and get reliable machinery lu
everycase. Address, - u. D. BUBTAMANTE,
Mississippi Machinery Depot. Jackson. Mississippi.
SPENCERIAN
COR THE CONVENIENCE OF
V those who -may wish'ltovtry. '
them, a
2 KJ&X5,SJ
Containing ono each of the Fifteen Snmbera of these Pens, will be sent by mall on receipt
Ot TWENTT-FITK 'EHT8.
IVISON, BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR & CO.,
138 and 14G Grand St.. Hew "Zork.
ho
esale
OH!A. 5. F-jgn v.T.naet - Cotton ISaler'mAXi
TABU ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON TO MESS . BROWN
Kj . SHIPLEY & CO., Liverpool, England.
ORGILLBROS.& CO,
Agents for Steam Engines,
Agents for Mowers and Heapers;
Agents for ISbrse-Powers and Threshers,
Agents for Sorghum and Grist Mills,
Largest stock of HARDWARE and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
in the Southwest.
SIO nd aiO Itfroio-t St.
FIRE INSUBeAJrCE 0
OF XITjEKrOOE.
CAPITAL,
ASSETS
Special I) epos It Willi Insurance
nnd otber Mntca
In bands or Tj-nstea.,
Casbln Bank aed oilier Al
Total Assets Jan nary I, m?,,
T3USTEES IN
SAMUEL D. BABCOCK,
Bibcock Bros. & Co.
? .i
SAJIUEL D. BABCOCK,
WILLIAM H.
Pres. Seamen's Bank
. -.- ' ,
DIRECIORB IN
WILLIAM
J. BOORMAN JOHNSTON, DAVID BINGHA5I, WM. K. KITCHEN, J08IAII M. eIsKE.
it. is. uuuj.in,
GEO. A, DBES8EB, Geueral Agent.
214 and S16 Broadway, New
"J?. TOMLiINSON,
Ji.t.si h-jit' i. -'
AG-SST AHB
No 17 MadlsoB Hivhet9
BEGUN
SMBROIOERIg.j ADD LACES
Jaconet Edgings & f ncrtlngs, 5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c,
Cashmere Lace-Ties .25c, 60c, 65c and 75c.
Xlnen Collars 5:, 103 and 15c.
Ecru and Cashmere I aces Redncd.
Sleevelet Lace Jackets-. Reduced.
Llama Lace Points Half Price.
LAD1W UNDERWEAR I
Chemise (good article).
Drawers (good article).
..50 cents
.40 cents
50 cents
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BY ALL DEALERS IN
STATIONERY
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AND LONDON.
2,000,000 STERLING
PENS.
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IN THIS COTJNTRYi
Xiepartmeut nt Albany, Acit Yorlt,
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HEW YOKKi
MACY,
for Savings.
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JAMES M. MORRISON,
President Manhattan Bank.
N4.W YORK:
n. GUION,
HENRY F. 8PAULDING,
r. ii, jx. vniiiiu,
J. A. HOTT. Snp't or Acenolea.
York (Paxil. Bank Building).
ADJUSTER,
Meinpliii;, 'Jtauiiesgee.
ART FICIj&X STOHg.
RTIFICIAL STONE 80.
ARE now fullyprepsrod : furnlKh, at sfaoM
notice, of their own manafasture:
blone ntPr, Cliltuney Flni-anndfop
Stone Uearflui, 'IiKlns; Ciirblug! '
Stone Fentirtif, (VirrIaK :"p, Vfus
And Cemetery Work of nil kinds.
SIDEWALKS A KPECIALTY.
ALL WORK GUAR YtKB
Give this new Home Enterprise your libera I
patronage.
Office and Tartl : : 101 Union Stre. t
-a W. H. I.oi'K T, M" rot
BANKRUPTCY.
NOTICE IS SaMKRDPTCr.
In the District Court of the United State, for
the District of West Tennessee. In the mat
ter of T. E. Glflfs. In Bankruptcy.
rTHK undersigned hereoy gives notice of hit
X appointment as assign eo of T. E. Glass,
of BurnsvUle, Haywood county. Tennessee.
O. WOOuDIUDGJS. Assumes.
Memphis. May 30. iwa. my30 tn
HOTICE IH SAHHKDPICT.
In the District Court of tbe United States, for
the District of West Tennessee. In the mat
terofGatesiS: Wood; Gates, Wood iCa.said
firms composed of Samuel M. Gates, Albert'
M. Wood and Wm. it. Brooks In Bank
ruptcy. rilHJS undersigned hereby gives notice of his
X appointment as asslgnen of Samuel M.
Gates, Albert M. Wood and Wm. M. Brooks,
of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee.
O. WOOLDBJEGE, Assignee.
Memphis, May 30, 1876. my 30 tn
SOTIOE IK BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of the United States, for
the District of West Tenness-e. In the mat
ter of Richard T. Broadnax, Jr. In Bank
ruptcy. THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his
appointment as assignee of Richard T
Broadnax, Jr of Tipton county, Tenneraee.
O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee.
Memphis, May 13, lb76. my 17 wed
SOTICE Iff KAMKIIUPTCY.
In tho District Court of the United States, for
the District of West Tennessee. In the mat
ter of J. G. Battelle.-In Bankruptcy.
a UIE undersigned hereby gives notice of his
appointment, as assignee of J. G. Baltelle,
of Shelby county, Tennis-ee.
O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee.
Memphis. May 6, 1S76. my7tn
HOTItKIB BANKRUPTCY
In the District Court of the United States, for
the District of West Tennessee m tho mat
ter of W. M. HalL In Bankrnptoy.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice of hl.i
appointment as asslsneo of W. M. Hall,
of Tipton county, Tennessee
O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee.
Memphis, May 8. 1876 my7 tn
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
In the District Court of the United States, for
the District of West Tennessee. -In tlie mat
ter of Joseph FarrelL In BankTuplc.
'pHE undersigned hereby gives notice of his
L appointment as assignee of Joseph Far
rell, of Shelby county, Tenn.
O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee.
Memphis, May 6. lfcTB. my7 tn
SOTICE IN 3A5BECKTUI.
In the District Court of the United State ror
the District of Western Tennessee la the
matter qf John Smith, Bankrupt, In Bank
ruptcy. To the creditors of said bankrupt:
nriAKE NOTICE, that a general meeting of
X the creditors of tho said bankrupt will be
held at the office of T. J. Latham, Esq., Regis
ter in Bankruptcy for said district, nt Mem
phisf No. 19 Madison street, on tho 18th day of
May, 1S78, at 11 o'clock, uan for the purpose
of declaring a first and final dividend.
I also save vou notice that I have filed
my final accounts as assignee ol tlie estate of
tbe said bankrupt. In (aid Court, and that on
the 15th day of May next. I shall apply to said
Court for the settlement of my said accounts
and ror a discharge rrom an uaotuty aa as
signee of said estate, in accordance with the
S revisions of the- 2Slh section or the act el
ongress, entitled " An act to establish a unl-
rorra system oi jsanxruDicy inrocgnoui ine
United States," approved March 2, lets.
u. wmiJuiiKiixia Assignee,
, No. 13 Madison street.
Memphis, MayilSrS myS
HOTICE IN BAMlUtUlTCY.
In the District Court of the United States, for
tne uisirici oi wesiem Tennessee. in ine
matter of John A. Walter, Bankrupt In
Bankruptcy.
To the Creditors of said Bankrupt:
fTTAKE NOTICE, That a general meeting ot .
X the creditors of said bankrupt will be held
at the OiMee of T. J. Latham, Esq., Keglster-in
Bankruptcy for said District, at Memphis, No.
19 Madison street, on the 18th day of May,
1876. at U o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of de
claring a first and.flnal dividend
i also give you coitce man naventeu my
final accounts as assignee of the said estate of
said bankrupt in said Court, and that on the
1st day or June, next, l sum apply to satu
Court for the settlement o' or said account
acdttdiachftrgafromallllabtlityaf aiflEniaof -
aald estate, in accordance, with tnapifl ViSft ;
of the 28th sectlan of, the act of Con'gieas'enf. ,
titled -Anaettocf-Monsn a umiorm system. -of
bankruptcy thiouehout the United States, 3
approved March 2, 1868.
j. vyuuijuiuifuii. ABigurt5,
Memphis. May 6. 1876. 19 Mauison st.
HOTICK IH BA"K ltUPTi;Y.
In the District Court or the United States for
the District of Went Tennessee In the mat
ter of D.H. Townsend, bankrupt. In Bank
ruptcy. To the creditors of said Bankrupt:
rriAKK ,oxiCE, J.nai a general meetinz or
1 the creditor of said bankrupt will be
held at ihb office ol T. J. Latham, Esq , Reg
ister in is-inarupicy ior gaia uu inci, at aiem-
Ehts, No: 19 Madison street, on Thursday. June
1S76, at 11a.m., for tl'e purpose or deolarln:
first dividend. T. P. WINCHESTER,
my in weo ASRianee.
Administrator's Notice.
HAVING been duly appointed Adminis
trator of Sophia Bokar. deceased, all
persons In debt to said estate are notified to
settle at, once; and those having claims
aeainstsaid estate wUl present to me for pay
ment In the time allowed by law. or the same
will oe oarrea. Aiiuiira uun.uo,
Administrator's Notice.
WHEREAS, letters of administration on
tbe estate of B. D. Tread well, deceased.
were granted to theundersignedatthepresent
term or the Probate Court of Shrlby county,
Tenn.; now all persoDs naving claims against
the estate of said decedent aro bore ty required
to exhibit said claim-tome, or file tbe same
with my attorneys, Clapp & Meux, No 15
Union street, Memphis, Tenu., within tho
tlmo limited by law. or the fame will be
barred. FRANCIS HOLMES, Admt.
Memphis, June 13. ibTtf. Jul!
Non-Besident Notice.
No. 22S2. In the Chancery Court of Shelby
county, iennessee luan van nrocxun, dv
her next friend, etc.. et al. vs. Mrs. D 'J.
Sharp et.aL
t apoearlog from affidavit In this cause
-i- the defendants, the unknown hairs ot
ivi'ard 8. Tod. whose names and n-sideuces,
. ..b.nnnn nlta,lnna In . I. I 1 .. . .... .
ajxoirn and cannot be ascertained alter dtll
lent In-- ulry, and who perhaps may have some
tirrrost lathe land referred to In this cause:
.it Is therefore ordered. That they make their
appearance herein, at the courthouse In the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the flrst
Mcnday In August, 1876, and plead, answer
or demur to complainant's bill, or the same
will b9 taken lor confessed as to them
srid set for hearing ox parte; and that a
cry of I ul order be published once a week
for four successive weeks, in the Memphis
Apt-en i. This 14th day of June, 1876.
A copr attest: EDM UN u A. COLE,
, Clera and Mostei
By R. J. Black, Deputy C. and M.
Pierce & Dlx, Sol, for Com pi 't. JnlS tha
XNSOLTEKT fiOTICE.
State of Tennessee, Shelby county. Office ot
County Court Clerk, Memphis, Tenn., May
20, 1876. To J. A. Anderson, Administrator
or John B. Gattl, deceatod.
Having tiuggceted the insolvency of tho
estate of John B, Gatt , deceased, you are
hereby ordered to give notice, by advertise
ment in some newspaper published within
tho said State, and als at the courthouse door
of Shelby county, for all persona having
claims against said estate to appear and file
the same with the Clerk of the county Court,
authenticated in the manner piesonbed by
law, on or before tbe 21th day ot August, 1876;
and any claim not Clod on or before sain day,
or before an appropriation of the funds ef
Bald estate. Is made, i-hall be forever barred,
both In law and equity.
Witness my hand, at office, this 21st day of
May, 1876. JAMEa RE1LLY, Clerk.
By John J. Shea, Deputy Clerk.
Notice is given to all parties having claim
against tha estate ot aald John B. Gattl, dee'd,
to file them, as above required.
J. A. ANDERSON, Admr.
T. M. Rhett, Attorney. myatH
Non-Resident Notice.
No. 2029. In the Chancery Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee. James A. Anderson, ad
ministrator of William Fellows, deceased,
vs. S. E. Norton administrator ot H. A. Nor
ton, deceased, and others.
IT appearing from the amended and supple
mental bill In this cause, whtch la sworn
to, that the defendants, Benlamla E. Crano
and Alfred Austell, trusteea of D. R. Uook.
bankrupt, are non-rtMdonU of the State or
Tennessee;
It Is therefore ordered. That thy make
their appearance herein, at tbe courthouse In
the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before
the first Monday in July. IbTP, and plad,
answer or deruur to complainant's amended
nnd supplemental bill, or th- same will be
taken 'or confessed as to them and set for
hearing xparte; and that a copy o this order."
be published once a week, 'o foursa - ve
week?. In the Memphis Appeal. This !Hh day
of May, 1S78. ,
A Copy-KtttKt. EDMUN D A. COLR,
Clerk and Master.
By E. B. OBjwjfir, DeputyrC. AM.
Vance dt dtrson, BoU.forcom .wed
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