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rvrr r "5m JCLi EMPHis jyjLmrs: appeal- s atueday july i, ves lb? i -i mc .rontofflc .iMin.ir ,y. fioturtlnj', LAP"' Y.tST. . ..MM MU' Letter- ,iv I. "7?- rt, ATI-"." " Uro3 Mrs r Wire M Buknr Ml Vj t any Mr K, , , -man Ml" lWrtotiMr TtriSS mrna UroffV ,rsj c Mis MM CaU CI .ban Miss J 1 ik Mlw E jrucllus Mrs U DandildgeMrsCM. line : si II Fold well MimN Gorman Mm M Graham Mr. S C (J- Gore Mr' j OrabanxMrnJ . tr rU 1 IlardloMr- Hannah Mart Mr II HUdebrand Mrs li UodsoMIi Jones Mrs II lyc 3tn 11 H watr" IMBLE Mi "l 11 Klrk.land.Mrs M.H Lb WIS MRS cH MILLER WRj-. MobyMi L- Unlfnrd M.Hii lwliMrsM ailtchell Mr I: I MosbcMrs , Mooro Mne Jloore Mr ' J T") ARSONS HOES V -ilamji Tulllp Mr l'orterSlri M. Robinson M ratnipi I'rlce MrsE S TONBV jnn Ecuador nlny. J Elizabeth Hanne- mwma baraoel V ll M eton Mrs I X ih- jiil3 jarz E ornoson Mrs A. feoll TJ4 raa v Sink.. Kf C n "y')iCK.MI8Brj Vance Mrs LB. WlUon BylbU (col) Williamson Mrs it w itspwv.MT j Miss C i0 rEWT -It MISS F OES'fLEJIES'S EtST. ADDI1M)N C E Adams It It BROOKS U I. Btnuelt C.M BoldrldKe J (cold) Rokel ItevJ A Boanreil J It Ulafcemore J D ilrown Li Boyd It (col) GILEY A Capsec It Coleman 3 (col) CroM K Cllllbrd H Cruke-J (col) Cayco M C ClaytonJS DB.VTTON U Dardel 11 DulverW K JMERSOX D K FRANOIS U1IA3 2 Kennell M Krantllng T ArmstroneCD Abeicromble Dr J B Bcanclare C B Bmdmaw U(col) JlarbcrJ.(col) Blnonr J BrlnkleyJ Hrtluer M Burto W Ctalcbead. Harris Sc Co Clason A&wietiDc Camell O A OoucnHH Creed J Collins J Carter H iiavlson Cr UocotioM UjN P Girv.Q VJI Urandberf U raves J il YG W GU11ILj Uray It Urludy T TI0IUlESACO J-U tt-iica iiuua ii b Sopion J TV lllcJcervon l)r J 'HorUci HlEStUsou s -u5-jes V O T AMES C R f JolcerHti Jones t Hjoker A Jill u mi j p Htynes J M HOI lid Ilrnes R J lUrrUSJ 0 JbtonH (atsan. J A . foicslt Kkr V J-IMBALL h R "J OVEMB JLi I.avrrence B STeiJ U Oillly J XJltnnT lrelth -V,' Kf't'ULCOl (311 A Marshall CP Mitchell U (col) 1 Vroskjr A A Martin J MorrUon J MltcliellJ II M alone Li M'Coy T Jlnrvla Vf rVTE'VS0M A VU JJt Nash V J Q'NE.LC PII'E t Powell PA Co J'iloherll Parkerson J Pointer J ' Phillips P II 1'uUen Y 11 QU1GLEY N F TEVVE5C(col) XL Richards Hon 1" Jlagen U atlddleS STEKUfJ.! , Boisaman E ' HUcey F rncvi j A H peers 4 Somervell Col H C oerieea W yitlder W 'mAYLOBMR 1 Tobln FA 1'nomsLS II C LjkU Winter & Co Iwls (col) LhyU J c Lor J Loklord T ' M'Uegor& Thompson More F S MlUgan U MlgrJ , , Moray J II iltthell J H ' : M'trelllsColL ir " Mt.reCai.tP W M'leon W J Matjian W Nih R A l O'lBlI II Patte&Slcnclll Patlco i U PauJF . Porklns J i PO;cri . ' Pebles R A Itoprn E IUid J M Katlolph It Cmfh & Flrn . Bpalimau F hmth U Scot J Stoit J Snttn T 15 Hmth W B Thornton A Tajlor F M Thanpran J S jTnt. L.2 fciThdsIP . TOmllnton J P True M f . Turner Captain y,' "-TJR3ERY W W yjJTTINER JG TjrrHTTE C W WlnbornH 'Williamson J H2 Werne J WlctsJi J . Wllfclns W Watelns & Williams Wilts II WUiamsJS WalhM , FOREIGJf'-MaT. AsELMEYKB" C caila Msrla Eugel J JacoblT l.sgorlo Miss A Marks Becker KobbeV Trabncco G DagiralJ Hotter Catherine IilpptUdtM Mueller T Pagllnghl A 2 Strand A , FiNANiB- AKU TBADF.'. n.aKcial affaibs were at the very liight of dullness yesterday. One or two of the bauts had a little more in iuiry ,for money than has. been. usual of late, which ia attributoil,to the approach of the first of July, a period when many six months' paymente.bicome due. The tSU Ijou&-I2q?ubhccm?ayi!: "Inquiries for losns are still far lighter than either' tha willingness or ability of financial in stitutions to accommodate, and,s a consequence, contirferablo complaint is balng made bessusa if the steady, in- Jatlng in theirvaaltaJrlJatea 0f diecount ton Jlrm and la'eyat toJO percent 'per annum. Oa the BUeethardly any thing Is doing In the way of dfssocts, and rate ore merely Nominal. Toe TJew Yoftt' TlmetJfit Wednesday reports:. ''Xlie'aoney. mar ket waseasj atl toi2 pr fcsnt or call loans. Tiie baLk3 "amnarge corpora tions generally ate bardened'Witb; capi tal, and "tinAe loses are offered at Very Ijw rates The larga payments by the treasury for, July interest; which wire commenced this ,morniog,w 11 probably add largely to the specie va trie bank vaults during the next few weeks, not withstanding the gold shipments to be made in consequence of Los small sup ply of exchange. Prime, mercantile paper is still, quoted at 3 io.5 per cent." Tne Herald of the same day states: "The following are therates of excharg on New York at the under-mentione i cities to-day: Savannal per cen. premium: Cincinnati, weak, 50 dis count; JJew Orleane, commercial, J; li-nk. I: Chicairo, par, and Charleston, riiffhtlyfcsfcicr, ssliins, 16 premium; ijaying, J preaiiuui.-- iuo new xuuv Bulletin sjys: "Tho gold room js etrongly -biarish,' auu, in the &bience of an organized bdylns move ment and-with comraratively little de mn'i for gold, it Is easy to deprem the price. The danger tojfilUrsjs that the market wlr-reome'ovcrto".d The mer cantile 'short intsrf si' is small so that an upflraidjrfcaction would hurt the pro ic.nionsl Bpeoulatois mctt. Next week tho demand will ha larger for remit tances io cover July intertst collections. Uu.ted fitates bands -were lowecln the morntnsr, lufc higher xxidBrni at . the close. Ti foreign advices weWJtoWm nortaut, farther man bringing news of a farther decline in silver to" )i50fd nrice Which mfkeS'tne cold -vduftof tbepfopcHdfc!lvia"d6Utx R5 centr, ana jjje'MUHon-or zna vaiue of t e subeldiaty silver corrai cents, all tho PPer corrsiiey whlclinuio iroas tiry lKuesrng' y?sn.h IngHd!to.dy sJicanUfiTOiedon'ir.'' Golden N6w i'ork quoted at 112j, here 111. Stocks .ued and 1 with t&e Rspubllcaai. "pistil In ""Tilii'1' and .- .nd scrips were without repsrUd move- -- meat. The cotton market jeslorday Wtta nugat anu toe ouennga only moderate, yet there was rather more disposition to eell, than for the laat few dys. Prices wrra not etronr. and h mnrh-At tn..,i with a drooping tendency. Quotations - uD wumjiuu uuiiuu excusnge were as follow: xVrteroVty. Ordinary , ;.- Hood ordinary.. pCJ Middling .J1 ,S Dttutxjore Uood middllti; Middling fair. ii- : 13-o US! 3 Market nnict find pn &T - bales, of all of whlii took 350 hln r)nctn,n.. .. 7cr atalned.Ti?. Prir.e o' PiS.? came ume last year, jhJ OOTTONbTATr r 1(f7r JGM. R0?lved rmtprlor 1tft?.R. 1S73-4. -121,164 412,7.7 '.5,891 Total . 1M la Vblpped yeelerd- ,4S1,M3 330 J IS Total f 74i S toe til .S13G0 31SJSI5 Imtxr Wi R. It ' . M., & 0. U. R, 28: M, T. . K. It. W., 6: ateamers. 100; i.io.-. per .wagons and other pootc-s In rati nnrfl. 741 ' ' 41 Dy J'Z 818 the official tele ffrwnj of tne cojHjitjon of tjjg domeatic " uKeta &a recoivea at the cotton change: ' ex- State of Market. It- ITlce Middling. Telegrami. ce'U. Wirt, Galveston NewOrl'ns. Quiet, tasy. Weak. Qnlti. UalK Nominal (inlet. ijqi:. 'Dull. Qolet. ! 1 fX HI! UobUe CI R 51 C - ca to. Baranoah. Charleston. Wllmlngrtn 11 nonoiK, BaltlrtMre. NffYork Til 11 12 12fi 11- Eosion PhUalphla 8U LiDuls Doll. UnlU 2.X) 42 Angoata j Yfoterctay's New York closing tele ?ram reports: Ordinary, 8 9JGc: good jnary, 10 J5-16c; low middling, 111c; taiddtlng, 12c; .middling same time last year, 15Jo; sales, 714 bales. Tone of the laarkst: at 10:30, quiet and weak; 12:15, dull and easier; S::10, dull and easier; 3:05, dull and easier. -ThefoUowing are tho clft&ing rates in New York futures for yoateiaay and the day before: M0MTH8. ricarr-iDAY. DAY UEiuKS. January ll-,mn 13-ia 111 I3-16U 27-32 ill 31-32012 U2K(312 S--32-12 9-SM15 11-02 March 115-lGj 16312 April .12 1-1612 !25aiir5-i8 -1I2J491 7-W- ft 15 32j12 17-32 11K14 20-32 lljl&ll 23-52 11 15-16911 31-32 II 13-32 11 21-33 11 ?l-3C uir Anr&sl 111 15-16(312 iSepleiRber. 11 15-16fil2 11 lH(.yll"4 December 111 9-iGan62 .Sales, .16.000; tone or the market at 10:15, easier; 10:45, quiet and firm; 12:30, quiet and easier; 1:50, quiet; 2:30.8teady. 5:10, qulst. New Orleans yesterday quoted mld dling at lljaatthe close, against 161c at the same time last year; receipts. 411 bales; sales, 40Q, The market cloaed dull. Yete'rday'sLitdrptujl closing telegram reports: Dplands, 6 M6d; Orleans, 6id. Tha 'price of middling, uplands time last year tna 7id. Salts, 6000, of Which 44C0 were American; re Cjirved, ll,f 00, of which 2200 were Ameri can.. Tho market closed flat. ffThe-Iiiverpool market for "arrivals at 12:30jppenediirmer, with free offerings; July, and August delivery, any poit, 5 28i32 1 and 5fd ; August and September, ditto, 6 16;16df September and October, ditto, 6d; Optober and Nvember ship ment, new crop, ditto, 6Ji. At 1:30, Juyr and August, delivery, ditto, old crop, steamer, 5 13-16d; September and October, ditto. 5 31-32d. At 3:05, No yembet and December shipment, new crop,"ditto, 6d. At 5:05, dull and de prcsjed. , The mo.vement at all the portrja re- portea asuouows This Last Same lime Tr Week. Week. iastYear. Rec'ts since F'y 11,108 10,611 6 016 Exp'ts G.Britain 21,912 22.S93 SOUO hip's to Contln'I 3,4G 15,108 BtOCfcJL....... 2SS,5j2 31C.S6I 186,950 i Gold in New York closed at 112; sune time last year. 117. The following Is the comparative cot ton statement for the week ending June 30tu at all United States porte, ts com psred!jyith the corresponding week last year: 1875-3 1871-5 Net-receipts;!. 11,000 0,000 ttecelpts lor the ?eason ,.4,0(j2,000 3,138,000 KxporiBfor te wcek 25,000 21,000 Total exports 3,091.000 2,58000 Stocky ; 2S9JO0O lfi7,000 Btocfcni Interior towns. 3GJM0 18,000 Stock at Liverpool 1,012,000 1,030,000 110,000 97.000 Afloat for Great Britain 9 THE" QENERAIi PBODUCE MARKET bad hut little material 'offering. Corn Ib wanted, but the supply Is so scanty that it has to be. ordered directly from St Louis. The Vick9burg Herald '.Mhr. "Thefarmers sre.o -fBMej wlthJhe agricul,taTalBUua;i0D ntl g0 re a? ineyaro happy we of theci'y lt:olidJight to complain. The pros . pacta for. an ..abundant harvest has seldom been more flattering, notwith standing the disasters inflicted bvhich jwater,du ring tho early part of the sea son. JLiabor will, arter awhile, bring the cauntry out." Corn was scarce and Jrrgber;Fales of-97'sack?atrS8c; 30 sacks ear corn at oas. cats notning doing; braaia4.be same condition. Kay is dull; 8.it9 of a car load fair mixed at $12. Cornineat was very dull at $2 35; said to be obtainable at S2 32j. Potatoes were In slender offering; prices do not appear to tempt growers much; shippers gave 753 to $1 25 a bar rel measure for loose. Apples were htldin email offering, with few grol; such as arrived sold at $1 602 50 a barrel measure. Eggs were plenty and lower. 910c, with occasional sales at lie;. lOo was the general price Chickens Were heavy at SI 502 75; few old hets at $3. Butter of good quality brought 2lc for good yellow cauu- tryfrjriurie, 2123o; western, 23 24o; no strictly cnoice. Cooperage, home-made, 27J30j for hslf.nairels. IFbof is taken by the Memphis mill as follows: Fine fleece washed. 25(Sl26c per (poucd; medfum fieeco washed, 3032c; -Coarse fleece washed, 272Sj; choice tub wasned, 3035j; fair tun wasned, 30c; fine unwashed, 15 17c; medium unwashed, 2225c; coa ss unwashed, J8S20o; common and burry, 10 13c. Cotton seed, at the mills, $8 a ton; cotton-toed meal, $18. Hides quote: flint, 20 pounds and over, 14c; under 20 pouudg, 1013c; dry salted, 810e, as In weight: green salt ed, 57c; green, 46s; lambskins, 25 30s; sheepaklcs, as in amount of wool, 25JSS1'; TBfry'deei8kin8,2225.i. Beeswax, -per pound.- 2-5 26c. Tallow, per pound, ia)4tc wooa joouiDg at toe tauaing, S34 a cord; delivered Jn the city, $4 "SrUTie following are merchantb' whole sale casb-prices, as reported by the cham ber of commerce: , FLOUR Dull; snperane, 13 7531 23; doable extra, tl 755 25; treble extra, to 6038; choice lamlly. t 5037; fancy, J7 60&S per bbl. COHNMEAL KUn dried. 502 65 per bbl. - CORN Scarce: mixed, 9SC2c; while, 693620 -per 1)nsii. UAiO-abe&uy j uuuw, vnwi, wmuo, imJi- per bush. BRAN Light demand; 85390c. .HAY Choice -western, t2o;S27: prairie. iSra not lnlxedrS1518 per ton. xsa.vai iijoobej xiiutsr, r,uuuiuers, 'JVc; clear rib sides, ll34e; clear sides, 12Jc; breaklast, HUJo; frafar-curo.l hams, canvased.llUlS:; packed, JJQVJc higher. MES3 PORK Firm ; mess pork, light weight, $202050; mess pork, heavy, S2150Q22; rump pork, 119. .LAUD Firm; 1n tierces, 12Jgl3o; kegs, 13KQ133ic; halt barrels, 13Hc; lu palls. He. BALING STUFFS Bugging, 2 and 2f lb, 13ai3Kc: baling twine, llSHKc; Iron Ues, eaBKc; meced ties, 3i31o. ilACttEuEL Half bois, No. 1, SS 503 9; half barrels, No. 2, (77598; half harrelf , No.3,J7i7 50; kits. No. 1,11 7532; kits, No. 2, f 1 50-81 75; kits. No. 3, $1 50. WHITE FISH Half barrels. 55 506 75. COFFEE Firm; ordinary, 19319Ko: fair, 208Xc; good, 2u21c: prime. 21K22c; 'choice, 2222J4c; Java-, 28330c; Cordova, 21 RIciE-Orainary to choice. BStSKc BUGAR LOUISIANA Firm; In hhils fair, 8ic;mUyXalr,8JJ9c;primeXc;cholce, 9Ka; yellow clarlded, loglOKc; white, 10 allc. Barreled, fc hlzher. SUGAR REFINED Firm ; standard A. per lb, 10;allc; crushed and powdered. ll?12c: granulated, HMllJle; cut loar, 12Q12c. MOLASSES Common, 0c; lair, i2315c; prime, 60353c: itrlctly i.rlme,55(357c; choice, tessoc. SYRUPS Quiet; common to fancy, lOaCc. CHEESE DuU; western, per li,5(12fo. SALT Coarse and common fine, lb bar lea, $17531 85; dairy, in bbls.12 75gS; Liver pool coarse. In sacks, (1303140; Liverpool One. Id sacks, 81 70al flu. tiOAP Resin and German, S6Kc; Lat Uns'a.eaKc, CANDLES-Dull; box, full we!ght,15Uc; half box, 15Jic; qp box, 16c STARCH 45c per ft. WHIHKY-65C311 per gal. I, It US I TV T.W liKL.EAlMi JW1D OO. the mander CSsxles A. Babcook, command Lt5-t 8591 50 per bbl. CK:ENT-LonUvllle. S2 25; oar bbl. ROM!l3, tJ 75 ESCULENTS AND FRt ITS-Apples, new-, nominally par bnhel,$l 50; leraot.s,pr box, " a0; orangp-iter box, 7aS; potatoes, new, iixne, n?mlnallyll S0a2; onions, new, S3 50, beam, per bush., tl 25,1 T5; drleJ apples, MLSCELLiN ctiOice, 25c; Q-: tobacco, per a, 45S90C; spice, 18(320c; pepptr,2034Sc; sardines, ((16316 60; oysters, 1 ft, KicjiHf ojsters. 2 ft, Jl tws2; coai-oll, 18c; matebrs. f6 75a7: cotton rorm. I&ftTOc: rrass rope,iial3s; powder, kegs, 16 35; shot, patent, 0zS); soda, kegs, 65c; soda, cases, eg oXc, MOJlEI 3IAKKETS, BY rEtlfthAi'-H. 1'AilIS, Jnnti 50. E-ntcs, 104f. 70c. SEW ORLEANS, June 30. Gold, ii-j; iibw xorK signr, j premium. LONDON, Juoe 30. The amount qf bullion gone into tne Bank of England on balance to day is 58.00) Consols for money and on account, 93J; 5-20a, of iooo, ivrjj; o-uia, or 1867, 1U7J; 10 40, ICS?. New Yr.ik Central, 97; Erie, 12 Erie retted, 18 KEW YORK, June SO.-Money easy at -ia j per Ceht. Prime mercantile pa per, 3J5J per cent Custom receipts, $169,000. The assistant treasurer dis bursed $972,000. Clearing $S,&.000. Dry goods Imports for the week. $802, 000. Sterling Arm; GO days, 4581; de mand, 490. Gold steady at 112il!ji Government bonda nthmi and In act. ive demand; oSorings were jsmall: cou-. 1865, new, 1202; do. 1867, 122 ; do. 1868, 124; new 5s, 117; 10,4ft), fCgUlar, 118; 10-40s. coupoii!, Hot; currency 6a, 126?. Ptate securities steady; Ton nesfrSa 6i, old, -16; Tennessee 6a, new, 46; Virginia 0j, old, 27; Virginia 63, now, 27; Missouri'" 6s,' 107! Railroad bonds firm. SJockr opened weak and declined tolj perceb'., wlln tho greatest fall in Pacific Mall, Yfe&t ern Union and Michigan pontral. IV waid the close r Armer feelir sot in and the decllno of the mcrnlng.was re covered In mott Icotfcncas. "Western Union and PaciPaHaJl Ware per cent lower than at the opening;. New Jersey" Central showed an advanoe of 1 per cent, sua Lake Shore of j per cent. Tvanf actions comprised 98,000 shares, of which 8000 were Pacific Mali, 25.0C0 Western Union, 36,000 Lake Shore) 6000 Michigan Central and 4000 NeW. Jersey Central. Closing ViUotations " were: Western j;nion .telegraph, 70; Quicfe.- Eiiver, Mb; Quicksilver preferred, 18; iuuiuu aiau, zo; juariposa. Hi: Marl- ppia preferred, 91; AdamS Iteprsss. 110; Wolls & ParRO-'s ESpross com- 891 rio preferred, 20; Harlem, 139i, preierreq, 133; micnigan Uen tral, 50j Panama, 35; Union Pacific stock,- o21; Lake Pb.ortj, 6?J; Iilinola usuuai, vwj; uioveiana and Pittsburg, 92 j; Northwestern, 42J; iSorthWeatem preferred. 65? : Clevelanii.Columbna.nin. cinnati and Indianapolis, 43; New Jer-' can rifivif.nl 79. T 1. T I 1 irutll- 8t Paul, 41; St. Paul preferred, 70; Wabash. 2$; Wabash preferred, 3; Fort Wayne, 1J; Terre Haute, 5; Terre Haute preferred, 13; Chicago and AltoD, 2; Chicago and Alton pre ferred, 8; Ohio and Mississippi, 16J; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 6J; Atlantic and Pacific telegraph, lsjjMisBcuri Pacific, 8; Atlantic and Pa cific, preferred, 2; Indiana Centra, 3 j; Chicago, Burlington and Quinoy, 15; Hannibal and St. Joseph, 14$; Central Pacific bonds, 9J; Union Pacific bonds, 51; Union Pacific land grants, 1; Union Pacific sinking funds, 91. dry'uoods. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, June 30. Flag and decoration print?, buntings and other pa triotic goods were very Bctive, and job bers prices advanced. Domestic goods luled qaiet in first hands, but the piece trade was fair. Light and medium fan cy prints were in moderate request. Plain and fancy overcoatings, heavy casslmeros and worsted coatings were in steady demand for small lots. PRODUCE MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. LOUI8VIIAiB, June 30. Flour dull. Wheat steady, with a fair demnd at 90S10S. Corn white, 47c. Oats dull at3135c. Hay, $812. Provisions are steady. Pork, $20 50. Bulk meats 810110$c. Bacon, 8Jll.lO113 12a Hms firmer atr l4W14e. Lard, 1314c. Whisky, SI 10. Bagging is quiet at 12I3c. CHICAGO, June 30. Flour quiet. Wheat is active but a shade lower; No. 2 spring, S105jl 05 spot; 1 05 July. Corn is i ;air demand at lower rates; -o. 2, 46i46c. Oats firm; No. 2, 30c. Pork is inactive but steady at ?19 30 19 40. Laid ia steady at 11.22o. Bulk meats ate faiily active and ashade high er at 81010c. Whisky, $1 10. ST. LOUIS, Juno 30. Floor quiet. Wheat higher; No. 2, red winter, SI 65 1 58 Corn higher; No. 2, red. winter, 4343c. Oats dull and unsettled, 29c. Pork steady, $20 Lard steady and firm; summer etesm, lOJc. Bulk meats quiet but firm and more doing; shoulders and clear ribs, up country, 7c and 10c Ba con ste&dy and firm, Si, 1111, 11 lljc. CINCINNATI, Juoe 30 Flour quiet but steady; family, $55 75. Wneat dull; fair to good, 90c$l. Corn steady and firm ; rejected, 4445c Oats dull, but hold firmly; white, 3639c. Pork dull; held at 20 25. Lard dull; sales of prime steam at 11 2011 25c. Bulk meats in fair demand at lower rates, 71, 10i10c. Bacon scarce and firm, 8, llillic. Whisky, SI 10. Butter steady. NEW YORK, June 30. Flour more dolnsr. "Wheat irregular and un settled; No. 2 Chicsgo, SI 121 14; inferior, 9498c. Corn mixed quoted ddi. Oats in fair demand, mixed west ern and State, 3342c. Sugar quiet but firm; prime, 8c; refiner, 1010Jc. Petrolfum steady; crude, 9c; refined, 15l6c. Perk dull; newmess,$19 75 19 85. Lard dull and heavy; prime steam, 11 62ll 65c "Whisky, $1 12. NEW ORLEANS, June 30. Flour scarce and firm; superfine, $3 754; treble extra, $4 506, Corn steady, with a fair demand; mixed, 58e; white, 63c; yellow, 68c. Oats quiet but steady; St. Louis, 35c. Cornmeal dull, weak and lower, S2 40. Hay scarce and firm, held prime, $1718; choice, $2223. Pork scarce and firm; held at $21 50. Lard quiet; tierce, 12c; keg, 13o. Bulk meata quiet but firm; shoulders, 8c. Bacon in good demand and a shade higher, 9, llfll, 1212Jo. Whisky, $1 13 Coffee demand light, but hold ers firm, 15118c. Sugar quiet but steady: prime, 93 ; choicp, 9q. Mo lasses dull and nominal, 4357c. Rice dull, 46c. Bran dull, 65c. SAIL MAKERS. 95 Camp St, urn PoTO!U3.New Orleans, La. STAMPED CHECKS. ED CHE ON ALL THE BANKS -AT- " It i 35 Coart Htreet lyOUU oiDy'rT U ArJ,erI"la" Express company, 5S1; Lnited States Express company, 72; New York Central. Tnsi-'TCrio ui. t . RIVm CIIRONIOLg. Wcnther and Klrent. We were subjected yesterday to the tormentuoaltousness or a sand-storm, the wind driving pulverized real estate in clouds that for the time obscured the sun. A desperate attempt at a rain ttorm wr a complete failure, except as to the Btctm part of the piogramme. No rain fell, but the symptom aregoWJ for a shower within the next few hours. In tho table below: onics Bio. hb. obs. u. b. a.. MxacrniB, June 30, 3:13 p.i m, j Above low Chug's fher. Water. RseiF'll Feet. In'sJ lc's'IcV Des. 31 9 3 8 5 10 8 33 10 e 7 15 "IT o 1 21 1 5 8 5 . 4 11 1 25 6 SS Cincinnati Davenport. .. Dubuque... ... Helena, Ark.. . Keokuk Little Rook. Leavenvorih..., lmsvllle SicmiUls.. Nashville Ne" Orleans..., Flttsburg.... Slireveport, . 8 LottlB . , VlsksbUrg -Below bench mars. OBSERVATIONS YHSiSr1)AY. rime, Bar. Ther "so" fcl 74 Wind. Weather H. 0 Fair. S. 0 Fair. S. 0 Fair. 3:43 a.m. G tipjn. 29.S.5I 29,8.fl 29,931 iua p.m. Usxlmum thermometer, 92". niiuimnra inermomeier, vj . H. M. LUDWIG, Sergeant. BY TELEGRAPH. New Orleans, June SO Weather cloudy and hot. Nashville, June 30. River rising, with 3 feet on the shoals. LoulaViLLE. Juno 30. "Weather cool and cloudy. River 8 feet 8 inches in tho canal, end nSlnr-. Pittsburg. June 30 Noon. River 4 feet 1 inch and fallintr. "Weather clear and warm Night River 3 feet 17 inche?, and foiling. Weather clear and warm. Cincinnati, June 30 Noon River 9 feet 3 inches, and failing. jWeathefr rainy ...Night River P feet P Inched, and rlslnS. Tiie weather is cloudy and cool. cloudy and warm. Arrived: J. B. Williams, 8 pm; Bismarck, New Or leans, 9 p.m. Daparted: 8chenck, New Orleans, 5 a.m; BUmatck, St. Lou'.s, 10 a.m.... Night River 31 feet and fall ing. Mercury 84. Arrived: Future City, St. Louis, 6 p.m. Movements nt tbe Levee, ARRIVALS. City of Helena, Vicksburg; Capital City, Sh Louis; Ruth, Wnite rivet; G. W. Cheek,. Friars Point; Ella, Ar kansas river; Bslle of Shreveport, St. Louis. DEPARTURES. Capital City, Vickshurg; Belle of Shreveport, New Orleans; City of Hel ena, St. Louis; G. W. Cheek, Frian Point; VintShinkle, Cinclnnat. IN FORT. Osceola, Ruth, Ella. iioATS DtJE. Phil Allin, U. P. Schenck. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Gbeenville Phil Allin, Stack Lee, master, five p.m. Arkansas RrvER-EIla, Ed Now land, master, five p.m. White River Ruth, Milt R. Harry, master, five p. in. Receipts Yesterday. City of Helena 40 bales cotton, 200 sacka cotton-seed. G. W. Cheek 25 bales cotton, 592 sks cotton-Eeed. Ruth 18 bales cotton, 618 Eks cotton seed, 17 pkgs butter, 17 head sheep. Ella 66 bales cotton, 1186 sks cotton Capital City 1356 brls fbur, 286 br!U meal, 262 tks oafs, 181 sks corn, 130 pkga butter, 90 pkgs lard, 9 head cattle, 500 pkgs sundries. Marine Jllrncles. A boisterous breeze yesterday. Business was a l'ttie brighter yester day than usual, but not enough to brag about. The Belle Shreveport paseod down yesterday afternoon, stopping only to buy coal and supplies. The Ella, for Arkansas river, and tho Ruth for White river, are the regular Saturday packets leaving this evening. The Phil Allin can be found in pott this morning, receiving for Greenville and, all way landing?, And leaves promptly at five o'clock this evening. The CapitaiCity took on at tbe elevator yesterday morning, 600 sacks of oil meal, which she takes to Vicksburg and reships to New Orleans. ' The Vint Bhinkle departs for the Ohio river with 33 bales cotton. 25 bales rags, 250 bbls oil, 15 empty caiboys and; 100 empty kegs. , The "Major-General" returns thanks to the centennial patriot and scholarly mariner, Commodore Billy Mclntyre, of the great Vint Sbinklr, for a full stand of bunting pertinent to the occa sion we celebrate next Tuesday. UNDERTAKERS.! Q H. HOLST T. W. HOLBT, SSO SL&XBt St., or. Pcabody Hotel. Alwavs on hand, a large assortment of Me tallic Cases and Caskets, and Wooden Cofflnt of ever? description. Orders by telegraph Case.-) shlsDe l n. Ii. li. promptly filled, nd JAMES FliAHIlSTX ( t. J. SULLIVAN FLAHERTY & SDILIVAN, 317 and 318 Sessad Street, Noar Monro I i : : ilEMPHiS, TENK Elegant Bobea, G tints' Baits, and aU kinds ol -offln Trlmmlcga fur sale. Bpoclal attention nlil fo thw Rmnin") of Kmatim Ivl6 Centn Per Weak To City Subscribers, 8eUvered by Cat FURWITUKE. -in- FURNIT A.T- 1HES,BATTIE&C0.,S 3196 Main Street. THE ENTIRE STOCK TO JBBIS IOSE OUT Frevloos to Ilemoval from premises now occupied by tbem. UNDERTAKERS. r vrrcf JYT, jr jn mama DAILY APPEAL dREAT BARGAINS LIRE! THE BEST ANR PUREiat TOjlLET SOAP cheap, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY. Delicately perfumed. ASK YOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT. WM. QLENM SONS, CINCINNATI. 3ST3Kt Ef3ic3Lxxt. tesfeait of MaYES and WHEELER, Executed la the finest manner. AGENTS WANTED. Send 25 cents lor sample and cir culars. m 19x21 and 11x11. Address . 8TROBR1DGE &. CO., Lithographers. jn2teod w 140 Hace St.. CI natl.O. -j Jolin Croco and Brothers HAVE Mturned to the city, and offer to fur nish Flt-.r-clnas Hiring iSa.lc to cltl tens of piembhls at greatly reduced prices. Ortters left at 49 Jefferson itreet will be prumpuy ccmpnea wim. In27 rpHE CITY OIL WORKS, MADISON ST. JL near Memphis and Charleston Depot, will pay cash forsound Cotton See-l delivered at their works or at wharf. Sacks"and twine will be sent to responsible parties, as usual, on reatlpt ol orders. ju23 OFFICE OF ETES, KIZER i CO., ") Wholesale Gnocr.RS & Cottok Factoks, y Nos.llJ and 13 Union street, J Memphis, Jane 17, 1876. B- The business of tho firm of JK8TE, FI EEIt & CO., will be continued under the slma hafile and etyie da before the death of General John C. Flzcr-the estate of the de ceased partner balng represented and Inter ested therein according to the terms of the will. A continuance of tho patronage heretofore extended us Is respectfully solicited. Iul7 E-TES. F1ZER 4 CO. MEf Mi WIBEL1 ThePapers for ?JioPeopIe IEEHS I Weekly fpostae frce)....... ...2 50 Weekly (for Clu bs of Five or more post age free)... .............,.. 2 00 Daily (six papers) 10 00 STATS LAWS. Proposed Amendments tution. to the Constf- A JOINT RESOLUTION, pioposlng Amend ments to tne constitution oi ine stale oi Tennessee. Section 1. Be It Resolved by the General As sembly of the Stite of Tennessee, That the louowinir amenamenis to ine uonsuiuuon oi the State of Tennessee, aie proposed and re ferred to the next General Assembly, to be chosen by the qualified voters of this State; and such proposed amendments to be sub mitted by them to th people of this State, In such manner, and n! uch times, as they may prescribe, far their w inntlon or refection. Sec, 2. Amend Article 2, Section 3, by strik? lng out the fouuh line alter the word " for," the word " two," and Insert tho word " four " In Uen thereof. Sec. 3. Amend Artlcle2. Section 23. bvetrlk lng out oi the sixth and seventh lines, after me wora except, in ine eixm line, tne words " one thousand dollars worth of per sonal property In the hands of each tax payer, and." eec. 4. Amelia aiticioz, cecuonsi. oy siriK- lng out of tbe third and fourth lines, after the word " become," In t ie third line, the words, " the owner, In whole or In part, of any bank, or." Sec. 5. Amend Article 3, Section 4. to read as follows: "Section 1, The Governor shah hold his office for four years, and until his successor shall be elected and qualified. He shall not be eligible more than eight years any term of twelve." Sec. 6. Amend Article 8. Section 3. by strik ing out of the second line, after the word " the," tne worus, quauneu voiera oi tne State," and Insert In lieu thereof the words, " vote of both Houses of the General Assem bly." In the seven h line, after the word " bo," strike out the word " eight " and Insert la Hen thereof the word " twelve." Sec. 7. Amend Article O.tiectlon 4, bystrlk ngontof the second end third lines, after the woid " the," In tbe second line, the words, " qualified voters of the second district or cir cuit to which they are to be assigned," and Insert In Uou thereor, alter the word " the," in tho second line, the words, " vote of both Houses of the General Assembly. Sec. 8. Amend Artlcla 7, Section 7, by strik ing out of the lourtlv line, alter the word "lor," the word "two," and Insert in lieu thpreof the word " four." Bee 9. Amend Article 2, Section 23, by strik ing from the first line after the word " of," the word " four," and insert in lieu thereof the word " six." In the flfth line, after the words " paid for," strike out all the words that pre cede the words "any day,"ln the soventh line. Sec 10. Be it further Resolved, That the Secretary of Slate be required, and it is hereby made his duty, to have published ia one news paper In each Senatorial District In this State, one insertion monthly, for six months previ ous to the election of members of tho next General Assembly, of the proposed amend menti to the consutuuon oi tne state or Ten nessee. Sec. 11. Be it further Resolved, That if the General Assemblj ot the State of Tennessee, next to be chosen, agree to these proposed amendments by a two-thirds vote of sll the members elected to each House, aud such pro posed amendments are submitted to the peo ple, and if the people of tnls State approve and ratify such amendments, by a majority ol aU tbe citizens of tbe State, voting for Repre sentatives, voting In their favor, such amend ments shall become a part of the Constitution ot the State ol Tennessee. The Legislature may, by general laws, an. thorlze the trial of misdemeanors, and of civil sulrs, by a Jury of Its than twelve. No member ot the Legislature shall be paid for more than one hundred days of a regular session; nor for more than sixty days of any extra or caUed session. Strike ont in the 2bth Section of the 2d Arti cle all after and Including the words, " all male citizens of thU Stato." 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 "till or resolution has been returned by the 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 the 1st Section of the 4th Article by adding thereto, "And the Legislature may es tablish Courts with both common law and equity Jurisdiction." Amend the 9th Article, striking out the 1st Section thereof. Amend the id Section of tbe 11th Article by adding thereto: " The Legislature may, how ever, submit any amendment or amendments to the Constitution directly to tl'o people; and any amendment or amendments so submitted, and receiving a majority of all the voters of the State.accordlng 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 not exceeding six years. Amt-nd the 13th Section of Article 11 by ad ding : " The General Assembly snail also have power to pas fence, road, school, and other local laws, and make them applicable to such counties aud Incorporated towns as may, by a popular vote, accept such laws." Amend the 2th Section of Article 2, by In serting alter tbe name of Marshall county, the counties of Hickman, Perry and Lewis. That section 2. of Article 6, oe amended so as to provide that the Supreme Court shall consist of three Judges lnbtead of six, one of whom shall be chosen from each Grand Di vision of the Slate: and that the concurrence of two, instead ol three, of the Judges shall be necessary to a decision. Strike out or Article 4, Eectlon 1, the follow ing, after tho word suffrage: "Except that each voter shall glte to thejudgesof election, where he offers to vote, satisfactory evidence that he has paid the poll taxes assessed upon him for such preceding period as the Legisla ture shall prescribe, and at such time as may be prescribed bylaw, without which his vote cannot be received " Massed March 23, 1875. LEWIS BOND. Speaker of the Honse of Representatives. THOMAS H. PAINE, Speaker of the senate. Approved March 21, 1875. JAMES D.PORTER, Governor. I, C. N. Gibes. Secretary of State of the State of Tennessee, do certify that the forego ing Is a copy of Amendments to tbe Constitu tion ol the Slate of Tennessee, proposed bv the General Assembly of tbe State ot Tennes see, approved March 21. 1575, the original of which is now ol record In my office. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto sub scribed my omciai signature; and, by order ot the Governor, afnxed the creat seal of the State ot Tennessee, at tho department la tbe e' y Of .N asa vine, mis tsi aay oi Jiay A.D. 1876, CHA8. N. GIBBS, Secretary of 8 e. COTTON-SEED oUmRVStl UHi UUUU! " SPALL WANTED. OFFER F.Xf RiORBIMlBY miiUOHMERITS ' 1 flfc, m bi n mmm bsh cn -r x-a m-a vr mi s," -m rrA --tv SWEEFIMG AND LESS THAN COST, Ar WISIIIK9 TO REDUCE To pnroliassra for the balanoa of tbe season, as we are determined to moro the poods. .We guarantee onr prices to be XiOv?6r ticn those of any oilier honse in the South or Southwest. Such inducements have never been offered in SSexnphin before- S3" Wo would call tho special attention of ladles desiring a Perfect-fitting aud ElegantB SW Summer Costume, at low price, to our DrervMaUtna Department. Ourfac:lltlcs"ca BEBfor manufacturing Beautiful Suits, at price.3! to suit the times, are unequaled.Em TST A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE." o 242, 244 km 248 MAM Cotton Gins -SOLD COTTON If. 86 SVont $ . u WlSsniP'S Improved Gin. I'rlce. 83 GO Htenm pnwur "'Ps. rri from A. VACCARO. B. VACOAHO. A. VAGGARO IMPORT EKS Am) DEAL'S Wines, Liquors and Cigars No. 324 FRQs3T STREET, MEMPHIS. Bolo Asextt for Oooli's Ols.A.xsa.'-ip.n.grxxot Xxaa.-rpox-i ssr Ajsrs imisi 2iArCT cAysrsi&N isrs Aim COTTON .FACTORS, J H. SMITH, lAKG'S. BR&ftG3 OFFICE, 266 FSGHT ST..HBMFHI8 r- . ORDERS FILLED BY US AT FACTORY PRICES. CALL AT OUR OF ICE AND SEE the KewolI-jr Hl Gln-a valuable improvement before buying. daw B. J, 8EMME8 &OO. Sgt StAUff STKEET, ZHPOETsrja off We are making a specialty in Whlch'wejar offering at lower prices tlian tus coaapoasded iquori oi;ihi aud;oth markets. Always on hand A FtJX'Iiru"B X.Q v33 WHISKIES. Eto. VEGETABLE SICILIAN If ATM RENEWEH. This standard article is compounded with the greatest care. Its effects are as wonderful and satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or faded hair to Its yonthful color. It removes all eruptions itching and dand ruff; and the scalp, oy Its nte, become white and clean. By Its tonic properties lti restores the capil lary glands to their normal visor, preventing baldness, and making tho hair grow thick and strong. As a dressing nothing has been found so ef fectual or desirable. Dr. A. A. Hayes, Stato Asaiyer of Massachu- ctta cava rtf It " T ivncirt.r It. TH V TliriT ftpuKPAKATlou for Its Intended purposes." B xi o Is. i an. s Ixvsaa's Syo, FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may be relied 03 to change the color of the beard from gray or any other undesirable shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It Is easily applied, be ing In one preparation, and quickly and effectually producos a permanent color which will neither rub nor wash off. MannfHctuied by tl. P. HALL & 0Siislia.'i, H. II. Sold by all Drnezlsts and Dealere In Medicine. TRTTSTES SA.I'SS. UNDER and by virtue of a certain deed in trust made by John R. Gurley and Susan A. Gurley, his wife, dated October 15, 1874, and recorded in the office of registration of deeds In St. Francis county, Arkansas, In book R, pages 350, 351. 352, 353 and 351. to secure the In debtedness therein named, I will, as the trus tee named in said deed, on Thursday, the 6th day of July, 1876, In front o the courthouse at Forrest City, in said countv and State, proceed to sell, for cash, to the highest bidder, the following described property, to-wlt: Lot 15, block IS; lot 1, block 58; north fractional part lot 4, block 55 all lu the town of Forro t City, Ark. Also, the southeast fractional H of the north west K of section 23, township 5 north, of range 3 east, containing 53 10-100 acres, in St. Francis county, Arkansas. Equity of redemp tion is waivod. Title to property believed to be good, but I convey only as trustee. Jel CI1A8 T. DOBB. Trustee, rpRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of a Deed of JL Trust made to me on the 28th of Febru ary, 1871, by William and Elizabeth Lunn, which is of record in the Register's office of Shelby county, in Book 78, page 437 ; and at the requestor the holder ol the debt therein secured (said debt, interest and cost, being due and unpaid), I will sell, to the hlgbtest bidder, for casn, at public sale, at tho southeast corner of Court Square, in Memphis, Tennessee, on TUESDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JULY. 1876, between 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 p.m., tbe prop erty described In said Trust Deed, ss toliows: Beginning on wet side ot Second street 49 feet 6 Inches south of south side of alley between and parallel with Adams and Jefferson streets; thence west with tho center of tbe dividing or partition wall between the lot hereby con veyed and the lot conveyed Septembers), 1863, by John M. Stratum to 8. A. Leech 148 jeet 0 Inches to the first alley west of and parallel with Second street; thence sonth with east side of said alley 21 feet 9 Inches, more or less, to the center of dividing wall between the lot hereby conveyed and the north boundary of lot No. 259; thence east with the center of said dividing wall 118 feet 6 Inches to Second street: thence north with the side of Second street 21 feet 9 Inches, more or lc-s, to the be- Inning being south Kof lot No 200, as laid own on map of the city and the south tene ment ot the 4-story Iron front block known as the Jefferson Block. AU eouttv of redemotlon is waived In said Trust Deed and title believed to be good, but I will sell only as trustee. lull W. Y. O. IKS. Trust w. STENOGRAPHER. JAS, WALSH, STENOGRAPHER 38 North Court Street. CVIDENCE' reported lu Courts. L--..ir ef 'J2l erees, etc., verbatim. Shorthand tengh' ally or by m?ii. 5 BEDU CTIOW ! OUU inaENSE STOCK OF mm, SOE, MFBBSOH. and Presses! 3V- 00, treet, : : Memphis. r.eroatr '.VI J II IP'. 4 Hand, Horse and !3o dnin-rte'tlnic an band. 8Io tn sr. HOLM'S FBVBUM AGUE AND XjIVICK. 3P.AJD. LU To oe nora exactly aa wen in cut. Ia medicated with effective compound!. Cure, ny aDsorpnon, acting on the llTr and stomaca i iincu lately, uKiuK 1 rum iuv BiBtuur r-;- tl le of Malaria and 1U DU1UU9 WIM Billons poison. Is equally nclnna and a sore Breventlve In all d!- eac3 rrowlng ootof a disordered liver. Tho-e wlio try them are wild with delight over tnelr speed y rcl'ase from suffering. . .. r. . ,, L'fce everything valuable TBOLMAN'S PAD 1, b' tuR counterfeited. Buy noue but tao- -lrtnt-htarjlctureandslraature. A sure cure and preventive for all him aad Agues, Bilious Disorder?, Li,:r Ccnphd, tap, Headache, Bjspepm, tallies, k k Price EMIT. Will end by mail when druggist- .io not keep them. Send for book containing mucin as cable information about thia wonderful curative. Jnnln 5?nr A r . SO-South Court et. 3 doors west of Jno. Ga-stou's. Price $2 and 83 sent by mail, r.ost3ge prepaid. saw PRESCRIPTION FBEE r?OR the speedy cure of Seminal Weakness I? Lost Manhood, and all disorders brough im hv indiscretion cr excess. Any aruggis has the Ingredients. Address DAVIDS fo . Vnx 5W. Yorlr. ocSO-deod PRINTING. C.TOOF, AND 15 Court Street, MemphiB. Chock Books, Draft Bool 8, Dray Books, Cash Books, ledgers, Journals RAILROAD & STEAMBOAT WORE Sciinesa Cards, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Clrtnlars, ITIcheta, Tags, Etc. The jiatronageof my friends and tb.8 puhllc Qooti Work at Low Price Call and examine specimens of Printing, Blank Books and Binding. A. 23. VACCARl mm insiici - - -gfe i OIIIII WHOLESALE No. 357 Front street, KMPHIS, : : TBNNE8SKE. 3ANSRTTPXCY. NOTICE ll IIANURUP7CT. lu the District Conrt of the United States, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of T. E. aiasH. In Bankruptcy. 1VHE undersigned hereby gives notice of hli . appointment as assignee ot T. E. Glasr, of EurnsvllJe, Haywood county, Tennesfcee. O. WOOL.DRLDGK, AsslKee. Memphis. May 30.1876. my3J tn NOTICE IS BAHHStnnCT. In the District Court of the United States, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of Gatesi' Wood; Gates, Wood Jfc Co., said firms composed ot Samuel M.Gates, Albert M. Wood and Wm. M. Brooks-ln Bank ruptcy. rjUiK uaderslgr.ed hi reby gives notice of hl3 JL appointment an assignee of Samuel M. Gates, Albert M. Wooa and Wm. M. Brooks, of Memphis, Shelby cCrnty, Tennessee. O. WOOLCJUDGE, Assignee, Memphis. May 30. 1S70. myaotn H3T.XCE IS BlNSKOPTCx'. In the Dlstrlot Conrt of the United States, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of Richard I. Broadnar, Jr-In Bank ruptcy. TiIlK undersigned hereby gives notice of his . appointment as assignee of Klehard T Broadnax, Jrof Tipton county, Tennessee. O. WOOLDRIDUE, Asslzne-, Memphis, May 16, 1876. mylfwetf NOTICE IN B&SKnUPTCY. In the District Court of the United States, for the District of Wst Tenneee. In the mat ter of J. G. Batte' le.- In Bankruptcy. riiHE undersigned hereby gives notice of his JL appointment as assignee of J. G. Battelle, of Shelby county-Tennessee. O.WOOLDBID&E, Assignee. Memphis. May 6, 1S78. my7 tn KOTICE 13 BiHKUBPICTl . In the District Court of the United Stater, for the District of West Tennessee in the mat ter of W. M. Hall. In Bankruptcy. rflHE undersigned hereby gives notice of hifl ! aDPOlntnifist as o-sslsneo of W. M. Halt. of Tipton county, TaJirtessee. Memphis, May tf. 1876. my7tc NOTICE IH BaKKRTJPIC?, In the Dlstrlot Court of theTJnlted States, for the District of West Tennessee. in tne mat ter of Josenh Fnrrelt. In BankrnDtcV. MiHE undersigned hereby gives notice of hl 1 anDOintment as assignee of Joseph Par rel!, of Shelby county, Tenn. U. WUULJJttLUUJS, A.'agne. Memphis, May 6. 1876. cty'tn SOTICE IH 11 AN H It DPTCT, In the D!triot Court of tho United State fof the District or Western Tennessee In the matter of John Smith, Bankrupt. In Bank rnotcv. To the creditors of said bankrupt : JL tbe creditors cf the said bankrunt wliltx held at the office of T. J. Latham, Esq., Regis ter In Bankruptcy for E&id district, at Mem phis, Ho. 19 Madison street, on tbe 18th day ot May, 1876, St 11 o'clock, a.m., for the purpo Oi aecianng a nuu uuai uiviuenu. I also give yon notice that I have fllei my final accounts as assignee of the estate of the said bankrupt. In tald Court, and that on the 15th davof May next. 1 shall amilv to said Conrt for the settlement of my said accounts, and for a discharge from all liability as as signee of said estate, in accordance with the provUloss of the 28th section of the act ot Congress, entitled " An act to establish a uni form system oi uansruntcy tnrougnoui iam United States," approved March 2, 1MB. v. vyuoiamiiKK, .-wugneo, Nd. 1? Madison street. Memphis, May 11878. my3 jsoTiw: is BAHKsrirrci. In the District Cocrt of the United 8tates, for the District of Western Tennessee. in iuo matter of -John A. Walter, Bankrupt In Bankruetoy. To the Creditor- of said Bankrupt: X uo ormiiiors of mud bankrupt WIU be held at the office or T. J. Latham, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy foreald District, at Memphis, Ne 19 Madison street, on the 18th day or May, 1878, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of de claring a first and final dividend. jl also give you couce luai i rave uieu my final accounts as assignee of the sld estate of said bankrupt In said Court, and that on the 1st day of June, nexr, i snat appiy to saia Court for the settlement ot my said accounts and a discharge from all L ability as asrlsnee of said estate. In accordance with the provisions of tne asm section ot tne actoi uongiess en titled "An act to establish a uniform system or bankruptcy tbronehout the United 8tates,' approved March 2, 1868. kj. w ujLtuiixjjsu. Assignee, Memphis, May 6. 1878. 19 Maolson St. HOTIUE IS BAJtKKCPTCT. In the District Court of the United States for the District of west Tennessee In the mat ter of D.H. Townsend, bankrupt. In Bank rnotcv. To the creditors of said Bankrupt: rilAKE NOTICE, That a general meeting of JL me creancr, oi saia uanvrup& wiu iw held at ihe office ol T. J. Latham, fc'sq , Reg ister in Bmkruptcy for said District, at Mem-phi-, No. 19 Madison street, on Thursday. .Inao 1,1878, at 11a.m., font. e purpose ofdeniarins first dividend. T. P. WINCHESIEIt, mvlUwed Awslsnee. IlSGAXt. Administralor's olice. BAVING been duly appointed Adminis trator cf Sophia Bokar, deceased, all rietsons In debt to said estate are notified to settle at once; and those having claims against saia estate wui present to me tor pay ment In the time allowed by law. or the same will be barred. ADOL.PH BOHMS, u25 su No. 33 MadlFOn street. 'Administrator's JVotlce. WHEREAS, letters or administration on tho estate of B. D. Tread well, deceased. weregranted to the undersigned at the present term of tbe Probate Court of Shlby county. Tenn.; now all persons naving claims again). tne estate or sain ueccaent are nereoy required to exhibit said claim to me, or aie the saruM with my attorneys, Clapp Meux, No lf Union street, MempbLi, Teun., within tho time limited by law, or the .ame wlK be barred. FRANCIS HOLMES, Adm'r. Memphis, June 13. 1876. Jull Non-Besident Notice. No. 2282 In tho Chancery Court of Shelby connty, Tennessee Lilian Van Brocklin, bv her next friend, etc., ct at. vs. Mrs. D. J. Sharp et al. It appearing from affidavit in this cause that the defendants, the unknown helis of Edward B. Tod. whose names and residences, It appears from allegations In the bill, are un known and cannot be ascertained alter dili gent Inquiry, and who perhaps may have some interest In the land rcle.red to lu thU cau.o: It Ls therefore ordered, That they m-tke tblr appearance herein, nt the courthouse in tbe city of Memphis, Tenn., on or beiore the first. Monday in August, 1876, and pit ad, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tne sam will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of i Lis order be published once a weeks for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal This 14th day of June, 187S. A copy attest: EDMUau a. COLE, Clerk and Mastet Bv R. J. Black, Deputy C. and M. Pierce & Dlx, Sol. for Compl't. Jnlo thu mOLYEKT NOTICE. . State of Tennessee, Shelby county. Office ot County Court Clerk, Memphis, Tenn., May 20, 187ti. To J. A. Anderson, Administrator of John B. Gattl, deceased. Having suggested the Insolvency of the estate ot John B. Gatt', deceased, you ere hereby ordered to give notice, by advertise ment in some new-paper published within tho said State, and alio at the courthouse door of Shelby county, lor all persons having claims against said estate to appear and file the same with the Clerk of the county Court, authenticated in the manner prescribed by law, on,or before the 24ih day or Angust,137f; and any claim not filed on or before salu day, or betoro an appropriation of the funds ot said estate is made, fhall be forever barred, both In law and equity. Witness my hnnd, at office, this 21st day of ilay, 1873. JAJlEi RE1LLY, Clerk. By John J. Shea, Deputy Clerk. Notice is given to all parties having claims against the estate of satd John B. Gattl, deo'd, to file them, as above required. J. A. ANDERSON, Adm'r. T. M. Rbett, Attorney. my23tn Non-Resident Notice. No. 2029. In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tenneee. James A. Anderson, ad ministrator of William Fellows, deceased, vs. S. E. Norton administrator of S. A. Nor ton, deceased, and others. IT appearing from the amended and sanpte mental bill lu this car-,e. which is mvorii to, that tha defendants, Benlaralu K. Crane and Alfred Austell, trustees of D. K. Cook. bankrnpt, are non-resldenta of the Htal of Tennessee; It Is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance herein, at the coartheoce in the city of Memphis, Tenneee, on or before the first Monday in July, 1876, and pteod. answer or demur to complainant's amended and supplemental bill, or the same will be taken lor confessed as to them and set rot hearing exparte; and that a copy o. this order be published once a week, for four sue -"-ive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This 9th day of May, 1876. A copy Attest. EDMUND A. COLIC, - Clerk and Master. By E. B. Hen nr, DepntyiC & M. 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