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FIAXCS AND TBADE.
The hanks were as dull as usual yea terday, aud exchange, with some In crease in the supply, continued at par baying on 2ew Ycrk, wiling at pre mium; i disccunt buying on New Or leans, selling at par- The New York Jieraia or Mondny reports the money market there as follows: "The money market during the week ht s shown a tendency to lower rates of interest, cap Ital fctllt being abundant and lenders forced t accept whatever was clTered a fciocs collaterals call loans were made at 1 j and 2j per cent., while gov ernment bond dealeie were supplied at 1 ar j I per cent. Tne bauk3 and trust v jmpanies are loaning at 3 to i per cent. Prime commercial paper Is iu good de mand aua me upp'y is ligut wequota uny la uineiyuay prime ory gooas in nor nant Kour months anenntanors n"r 3l'3Ji nl pood single names of four to sis montla fgs Per cent. Grocery paper Is In good r ijueii i j perceu. ior iour moaius llO . A f-lUlllsr fnnlitlnn nf nnu sr. lata in Louduu, where tile bank rate is only 2 per cent, and the opan market discount are tn low as 1 percent" Gold in New York quoted 111J and 112; here aiempms gn biock wr s of fering m one or two plices at 91: sale of u-ju rttcaix insurance at S-l- Suvtna. Seltlna Memphis lax aorlp, Old..f2S53 18W Memphis tar nrrin, is?.-. , kxt 88ar0 Memphis currency bonds... JJ-WilO 40-313 Mcaiplusgoldbonds.. 43-315 (gt7 KSelbyc umy w.iri.ni , ,, 7V,,? 78(413 Tennessee warrnts krt Arkauiui aui scrip G003 65a6S The cotton market ye terday was mrrj active, with a good demand: there was a better showing of cotton; most of tne business none was early in tne day, rain eetung in la tne atternoon. Hold era who were in the market met the de mand freely at current quotations, and mere was a larger proportion or tne bet ter grades sold than hn been usual of late. Telegrams were favorable, and New York quoted Jc higher. The New York JiuUctin says that on Monday, "aside from the foreign account, there uoes riot appear to nave been any tnlng to inuuence tue position except specula live manipulation, and a large number 01 tne trade continue to nciu aloof await lag developments. Short notices ap peared to bo scarce and firmly held at noout 11 rue JNssavllle Amer iean of Wedmsiay reports middling jujjc; total receipt since September 1st, 51 125 bales; total shipment, 5I.32S uaies; biock on nana, yo Dalea. iota tions at the Memphis cotton exchange were as uncwa: Tetlerday. Day atore. Ordlnary . Oood ordinary, Low middling , r9 JO Good middling. Middling ralr 11 12-s 129 12-f12 is-a Market firm: sales. 1403 bales, of all which spinners took 923 bales; export ers 475. Dusty cottons quote 56Jo; Btatned, 793. Price of middling same timo last yep, 14Jc. COTTON bTATEMENT. 1875-6. 1S74-5. 1873-4. Received yesterday 82 Total 484,437 t-: hipped yeettrday. 418 13 58 321,551 427,636 191 Total Blocks 409.SS7 . 17,122 321,110 3,112 123,127 8,001 Imports. IS. & C R. R . 67: M. & T. It. R., 8; L. & N. G. 8. R. R , 4; M. & L.R R. W., 1; steamers, 3; estimated per wagons and other sources. 5. Exports. M & C. R. R., 203; L &N. G S. R. R., 215; by rail north. 418 Tne following are the official tele grams of the condition of the domestic markets as received at the cotton ex change: LaUtt TeUgramt. (lalveston MewOrl'ng. Mobile Savannah Charleston WUmlngtn Norfolk Baltimore.. NewYork boston Phila'lphla 8U Louis Augusta. Rait cf Market. Nomlnl. Firm. Hard. Firm. Quiet. Quiet. uniot. Firm. Steady. Steady. "iHe'tierr Unch'd. lie- ee'UAS'let. Middling. 32 21 760 110 48! 5i, 301 11 11 1-16 10 i 11 iiK 11& 10 14 22 419 "70 49 Yesterday's New York closing tele gram reports: ordinary, 89 I63; good or dinary, 9 15-16o; low middling, 11 l-16c; middling, 12s; middling same time last year, 14Jc; sale?, 2239 bales. Todo of the market : At 10 :30, steady ; 12 :15, quiet; 2:10. steady; 3:05, steady. The following are the closing rates in New York futures for yesterday and the day before: MONTHS. January. February March April May June July August September October November December.. . TESIERDAY. SAT BXrOBX. ,11 21-3 ill 13-1 11 11-10! 11 27-32 1123-32 11 27-32llJ4 1212 1-2 I25-3212 3-16 12 5-IG&12 11-32 12 15-S2312H 12 9-16S12T4 12gif5-32 11 27-2aU ll'iffiU 21-32 11 7-16311 9-16 11 9-lGll 19-32 12 ,jl2i12 5-32 12 y-a.ai2 5-16 12 15-32312H ,12 13-32012 ,11 1-1G&11 3-32 U25-3U 13-16 ,1I 19-32115 II 17-32 III 17-32311 9-16 Hales, 34,000; tone of the market at 10:15, firmer; 10:45, easy and firm; 12:30, steady; 1:45, easy; 2:30, fair de mand; 3:05, weak. New Orleans yesterday quoted mid dling at life at the close, against 14c at the same time last year; receipts, 21 bales; sales, 650. The market closed firm with light offerings. Yesterday's Liverpool closing telegram reports: Uplands, 6 1 16J; Orleans, 6 3 16d. The price of middling uplands same time last year was 7d. Baits, 15 000, of which 8400 wera American; received, 2000, of which 50 was American. Tne market was active and firmer. The Liverpool market for arrivals at 12:30 Augu-t delivery, any port, l.m.c , 6 J ; September and October, ditto,6 1-1 Gd ; October and November, ditto, 6 3 32d; October and November shipment, new crop, ditto, sail, 0J6 5 32d; November and December, auto, 05a. At -Mo, uc tobar and November delivery, any port, l.m.c, 6d. At 3:30, October and No vember empment, new crop, any port, ditto, sail, 6Jd; November and Decern ber, ditto, 6Jd. At 5:30, quiet and un changed. The movement at aU the ports was re ported as follows: ThU Last Bame Time Wek. 'Week. Last Year. Kects sluce F'y 3 471 4..137 1,961 Exp'U O.Britain 4.W 961i 1.914 IXp'bloContUi't 1.4W ltl, S Block lSi.97 20953 118,423 Gold in New York closed at 112; sime time last year, 112 J. Our produce market was very fls yesterday. Dolhunde & Co.'e New Or leaus circular, of Auguat 1, says Cuba has lately taken several thou-and bar rels of iljur there at S56 50; Germany has slao shipped some enmples to test the market, and tr.ere Is a disposition to purchase wheat in New Orleans for gnudicg in Europe. It is noticeable that during the pact eleven months the price cf petroleum has doubled, owing to increased demand and diminished sup ply, but it is still cheaper than any simi lar article that can be substituted. Our exports are eow very large, much more so than usual, Eanp;an stocks having fallen to a ratberlow point. The New York Tribune reports: "All accounts are favorable to a good crop throughout the wheat-growing sections of the west, and California has already securpd the largest crop it has ever produced. Reports mm all over Earops are to tho same effect anticipating a fall crop while the new produpi'g countries ct Amtrslia and Iiiim come in with crops even larger than tho?e of last year. All these lacls point to tbe prob ability that Great Britain wil be the only wheat imparting country for the coming year, as she has practically been for the past year, and that tho competi tion to f-uppiy the British market is likely to be more active than ever." The Nashville American, of Wednesday, supplies the ifoilowing particulars: Re ports from commercial travelers scatter ed throughout tbe country are encourag ing, full crops promiee-au active fall trade. There is a Meady demand tor flour from southern points at a decline of 25 3 on choice and fancy grades; tbe ciiy mills are grinding steadily. I is estimated that there are between 125 000 and 130 000 bushels stored in the various warehouses, stores and mills of the city. Oflerir.gs are Improving in quality, though much at prasent received Is dmp and tough. Prices range from 75c to $1 05, the latter price being paid for very choice lots only. Corn "s dull at 40c, a decline of 3c during tbe week; dunand small and decreasing. Reports eboar that the coming crop will ba Urge and floe. Potatoes dull; shipments about cea?cd: salei at60753; appls. 50c$l 25. Oje hou?e shipped 4000 Eouuds of feathers to California. Eggs ttter; advanced from 4s to 7c Chick ens dull, heavy and weak. Corn In our market was in light supply and some in quiry yesterday; 100 sacks were held at 47c, 463 wrs.bld; rale of 75 sacks ear corn at 43c; sbelled In store, 5C523. Oats excite little attention; sale of 50 sacks at 40c; in stoia, 4245c Brann some Jcqu'ry and lower; tale of ISO sacks at $11 ?5; CO and 185 Back4 of corn bran brought $12; in store, 7C75j. Hay du'l; sale of 65 balea choice new timotay at S22. Wheal wrs inactive; talcs of 45 packs at 75e. Cornmcal wn "f 11 at E33;" some ten barrel lo'i ?ild ai low as $2 50, and it was renort' 1 that there were oiTeia on the market at $2 40. A lead-ng opera tor I'fTered $2 50 for every barrel in the market, and there wn talk of the Price I sing $2 60, n it was 3 in New Orleats, and $2 352 40 in Ht. L u" In store cornmeal was selling at $2 60 and $265; it appears that Indiana tieal is iLlluecclDg tn!s market, even in the face of ttane prices, fhe Ne Or leans Times of Monday rjports: "The trade will 1 3 startled by the announce ment that there are only 10,20 barrels of lljur remaining on this market, and only 935 barrels of cornmsal." Folatocs receive little attention but are rather higher, shippers giving for gr id $1 10 1 25 a barrel measure. Applet are quiet; common not wanted; goad, $ll 50 a barrel measure. Eggs were scares and higher at 14l5c; in Neshville, as is reported above, they have advanced from 4c to 7c Butter is steady and quiet at 12?23 from c immon ri choice weit- err. cmcKens continue to C3 acuuaant at SI 25(a2 40: some old brought $2 75; chickens drag except very good quali ties, which alone can nncn the higher Ugurri. MONEY 1LVRKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, Auguat 3 Rentes, lC6f. 2Jc. NEW ORLEANS, August 3. Gold, 112; New York sight, j premium. Ster ling exchange, bankers' bills, 54S. LONDON. August 3 Consoh for mouey and on account, 96 13 16; 5 -20a of 1855 106; 5 20a of 1S67.109J; 10-40's, 108J; new 5s 1063. New YerK Central, 97; Erie, 12; Erie preferred, 20. NEW YORK, August 3 Money easy at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile pa per, 34 per cent. Customs receipts, $393,000. The assistant treasurer dis bursed $728,000. Clearings, $14,000,000. Sterling quiet; actual business at 487$ for 60 days, and 489i for sVht. Gold opened at 111 j, and closed at 112. Carry ing rates, 12 per cant; loanB also made flat. Government securities firm, and a fraction higher, with email active demand; coupons of 1881, 120 J: do. 1865.116: do. 1865, new, 1173: do. 1867, 119; do. 1868. 121; new 5s, 117i; 10-40s, regular, 116: 10-40s, oou nons. 119: currency 6s, 126i State se curities firm; Tennessee 6s, old, 44 J; Ten nessee 6s, new, 44; Virginia 6s, old, 27; Virginia 6s, new, 28; Missouri 6s. 106. Railroad bonds firmaud in good request. Stocks generally weak and lower, wilh ifocK island, Michigan uentra, ixorin western and coal shares leading tbe de cline. Western Union was uuexception- ably strong, and Lake Snore steady. Transactions were about 97,000 shares, of which 5000 were Western Union, 000 Northwestern, 12.000 Hoes island, 20.000 St. Paul, 18,000 Lake Shore, 17, 000 Michigan Central, 5000 Delaware, Ltckawana and Western, and 5000 New Jersey Central. Closing quotations: Western Union telegreph, 69j; Quick silver, 10; Quicksilver preferred, 14; racmo ju.au, bsj; manposa, 7j; atari posa preferred, 8J; Adams Express, 111 ; Wells ATargo's Express company, S3: American Express company, 69; United States Express company, 67; JNew xorK uentrai, iuoj; irie, lot; Erie preferred, 20; Harlem, 1374; Harlem preferred, 133; Michigan Cen tral, 38; Panama, 26; Union Pacific stock, 58; Lake Shore, 3; Illinois Central, 91; Cleveland and Pittsburg, 95; Northwestern, 57J; Northwestern preferred, oit; uieveiauu, i;oiumDua,vjin clnnati and Indianapolis, 37; New Jer sey Central, 61; Rock Island, I05; 8L Paul, 35J; St. Paul preferred, 66; Wabash, 2; Wabash preferred, 3; Fort "Wayne, 2S; Terre Haute, 6; Terre Haute preferred, 17; Chicago and Alton, 100; Chicago and Alton pre ferred, 106; Ohio and Mississippi, 12; Delaware. Lacka wauna andWestern,94i ; Atlantic and Pacifio telegraph, 17; Missouri Pacific, 0; Atlantic ana Ja- cific, preferred. 2; Indiana Central, 3; l. 1 T.,.lln,..nH ond Hnfnnn 1 0l . Hannibal and St, Joseph.10; Central Paclno bonds, bi: union racino nonos, 4; Union Pacifio land grants, 4; union racinc sinning iunas, a-it. DRY GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. Aueust 3. There was a fair movement in cotton goods at un charged prices. Low grade cotton flan.v nels are in fteady demand. Bleached shirtings are fairly active. Medium and dark prints are in improved request. Felt skirts are in better demand. Men's wear woolens are less active. Repellants are doing fairly. Blankets are more sought for. Foreign goods are quiet ana siiks are advancing. PRODUCE MARKETS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW ORLEANS, August 3. Corn quiet at 5862c. Oati St Louis, 41c. Cornmeal none -bere Sugar fair to fullv fair, 93910: prime, 10c; choice.ioic. Pork dull and nominal at $20 75. Rulk meats shoulders, 78. Bacon quiet and firm, 9 llllic. Sugar-cured h&ms, 1415Jc. CHICAGO, August 3. Flour quiet but firm. WheatBtrong aLd higher: No. 2 spring, 90fc. Corn active, firm and Higher; Ho. a, 4o. oats in gooa a mand, at full prices, 31fc. Pork fairly active and a. shade higher, at $18 50. Lard active and a shade higher, at 10.953. Bulk meats steady. Whisky, $1 10. LOUISVILLE, Auguat 3. Flour quiet. Wheatfn fair demand; red, 90 9S2. Corn dull at 464Sc. Oats in fair demand at 2733c Provisions nomi nal. Pork, $19 2519 50. Bnlk mea s, 10ll?c. Bacon dull and lower to se'l; clear ribs, 11c; clear, 11 lljc. Su gar-cured hams, i4(a)uc. iiaru sieaay 1314s. Whisky, $1 10. ST. LOUIS, August 3. Flour scarce and firm for medium grades at $4 50 : other grades dull. Wheat unsettled, but generally higher; No. 2 red winter, $1 151 17 bid. Corn active and 12j hlcher: No. 2 mixed, 4H421c. Oats firmer; No. 2, 29c.'Whlsky, $1 10. Poik dull at iy 2o. Xiiru quiet at lujc. an K meats dull, 7, 99d bid, but none of fering Bicon dutl and drooping, 8 S, 1010ic, 103llc. Hogs inactive and lower; butcnex's, $b.l(jb.do; re ceipts, 2300 bead. CINCINNATI. AuRust 3. Flour dull. Wheat quiet and steady; red, 9Gc$10o. Corn quiet at 43453. Oats firmer at 2537c. Pork steady at $1919 25. Lard inaclive; steam, 10 8i10 87j; be' tie, 1213c; current make, 10 10gj. Bulb meatii in fair demand at lower rates, 77. 99J1010c. Bacon dull and lower, 8S 1010 llllc. Whi'kv, $1 io. Butter quiet. Htgj steadyand firm; fair tegjod light, $5 306 50; fair to good heavy, $6 25 6 50; receipts, 825 head. NEW YORK, August 3. Flour firm er, with a gocd demand; shipping extras aud choics superfine scarce and wanted; choice superfine State and western, $3 60 4 35; tit. Louis, f 4 908 50. Rye flour steady at $4 655 15. Cornmeal quiet, at ?2 G03. Wheat quiet, owing to the scarcity of choice grades; No. 2 1'hicago, 9ic$l 05. Corn scarce and firm, but Jess active; mixed, graded, 5Ss. Oats firmer and active; mixed western and State, 3043c. Coffee steady, with a fair demand; jobbing, 14j18ic gold; cargoep, 14i17Jc Molasaes, grocery grades, quiet but firm. Sugar quiet but steady; prime, 9c; refined, 10Jllc Petroleum quiet, but flrmj crnae. 9Jc; refined, 17c Poik firmer, at S19 40 Beef extra mess, $12; middles quiet, at 1010ic. Lird firmer; prime, steam, 11 1811.253. Butterfirm; western, 12 24c. Cneese, 39c Whisky, $1 15. THE MEMPHIS PA-IXg" A.PggL" -FEIDAYAIJ G-Ur3T IUYEK CHRONICLE. Weather and River. Another day of sunshine and shadow, drylferousness and wetuosity, closing with a temperature down in the depths cf tbe sixths, and causing a ransacKltg of old pie-boxes after fall wraps, the more tbln-blocued uttering an manner cf scriptural phrases against the party who took down the stoves, etc. Of course, we charge It all to our new super intendent of this station of tbe signal service, Sergeant M'Elroy, who, per haps, has been "running tbermerjheen" in the upper latitudes, and has not yet toned himself down to our normal tor ridity. We like it, and hope he will hold her straight in the channel with the bearings just as he bad them yester day and go ahead on both wheels, M'E roy is a brick. Here's what he has to say about the rivers and yesterday's birometricaland thermometrical freaks, and appended are the latest reports by telegraph : omcz Bio. Beb. Obs. U. 8. A.,1 Memphis, August 3, 3 p.m. Above low Chng'8 I Tter. Water, RelFTl lo's lo'e Feet. I In's. Dee. Cairo 13 Cincinnati Davenport-.-Uubuque.... ueiena, atk. Keokuk Little Rock Leavenworth Loulsvllle. Memphls... Nuhvllle New Orleans. Pittsburg Hbreveport St. Louis Vlcksburg 4 !) 10 5 IS 4 27 15 36 Below bench mark OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. time, Bar. Ther. Wind. 6:13 a.m. 30.000 69 H'.E". 0 3 43 pjn. 29J24 83 8.W. .01 10 Ha p.m. 29ja C7 E. . .30 Maximum thermometer, 81. Minimum thermometer, 65. Fair. Cloudy. Fair. W. M'ELROY, Ssrg't Kit. Eer. U. 8. A BY TELEGRAPH. New Orleans, August 3. Weather warm. No arrivals or departure?. Vioksbubq, August 3. The weather is clear and hot. River fell 1 foot. Up : Maude. Down: Lse. Arrived: Grand Tower and Illinois. PrrxsBUBa, August 3. Noon. River 3 feet 2 inches and falling. Weather clear and warm Night River 3 feet 1 inch, and about stationary. Weather cloudy and warm. Cincinnati August 3 Night. River stationaiy. Weather clear and warm. Night River 8 feet 2 inchci and rising. Weather warm and clear. Ar rived: Vint Shinkle, Memphis. LouisviLLEjAugUBt 3 Weather clear and warm. River stationary, with 5 feat 2 inches in the canal and falling slowly. Arrived: Mitchell, Cincinnati; Miller and Vint Shinkle, Memphis. D parted: Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati; Mill er, Memphis; Mitchell, New Orleans. Cairo, August 3. Noon. Weather fair and warm. Arrived: City of Vicks burg, Vlcksburg, 1 a. m.; Andy Baum, Memphis, 1; Glencoe. New Orleans, 1 a.m. Departed: Helena, Vichs burg, 11 p.m.; Glencoe, St. Louis, 1 a.m.; Andy Baum, Cincinnati, 4; City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis, 5 Night River 18 feet 11 inches, and fall ing. Weather light rain this afternoon and cloudy. Mercury, 80. Movements nt tbe Levee, ARRIVALS. James D. Parker, Cincinnati; Bates ville, White river; Ruth, White river. IN PORT. Frank Forrtst, Bstesville, James D. Parker, Ruth. BOATS DUE. Capitol City, City of Helena, A. J. White, Commonwealth, Governor Gar land. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Vicksburo City of Helena, J. H. M'Kee, master, ten a.m. St. Louis Capitol City, Jas. O'Neal, master, five p.m. Cincinnati James D. Parker, W. Tichenor, master, five p.m. Friars Point A. J. White, N. S. Green, master, five p.m. Ashport Frank Forrest, Wm. Jop lin, master, five p.m. Becelpts Yesterday. Batesville 1 bale cotton, 371 sks corn. James D Paiker 200 tons, 568 pkps wagan stuff, 35 brls flour, 51 sks bran, 30 bhgs bacon, 28 brls apples, 50 boxes starch, 75 pkgs butter, 685 bundles cotton-ties, 72 brls whisky, 100 rolls bag ging, 3 bales cotton and sundries. Ruth 11 bales cotton, 181 sks cotton seed, 61 sks corn, 3 head of cattle and sundries. Marine Miracles. Rain yesterday. Reports from all points show that the rivers are all declining. The A. J. White is the regular Friars Point packet, leaving this evening. The Ruth reports lower White river falling, but a rise in the upper river. The Governor Garland is due from Arkansas river (to-day. She returns again to-morrow. But little was done at the levee yes terday, not a single packet passed this port or left the lauding. Colonel Jake Frolicn, he of tbe Searcy Record, wrs a pacTenger rcund to this city on the Rutbt yesterday. Captain George Miltenberger, clerk of the Thompson Dean, hai gone to the Centennial. Treat him well. The Idlewild collided with the Fonta nels at Cciey ville, on the Ohio river, a few days ago. No serious damage resulted.-- 'Ed Crowell, of the Ruth, says that on his recent visit to the Centennial he never got a1 square meal until he got back to the boat. We errated yesterday in our s'atemett of Wharf master Kallaher's collec ions for the month of July. The amount should have'tieen$1225 25. The weather yesterday was rather mixed. The forenoon was bright sun shine, and as hot as blazes, while in the afternoon it was all wet, and as cool as a fall day. The Frank Forest, Captain William Jpplin in command, has taken the place of the Ojceola Belle in the Osceola trade and makos two trips a week. She leaves again, this evening. The Anchor-Line packets leaving to day are the City of Helena, for Vicks burg, at ten o'clock this morning, and the Capitol City, for St. Louis, at live o'clock this evening. Toe steamer Bertie, makes regular morning and evening trips between this port and President's island every day, and affords an excellent opportunity for those disposed to ei'loy a lural visit. Vicksburg Herald, Tuesday: "The United States marshal yesterday sold tho yawJ, stages and tackle of the re cently burned Mary Bell at publlo auc tion. The yawl, which used to be a very fine one, was purchased by John Clin ton, carpenter on the wharf boat, for six ty dollars. The other articles brought fair prices." The marines, to & man, stood by the ticket yesterday, and should be remem bered in the apportionment of the spoils of office. We never heard of any of them voting more than the law allowc. We got around as far as the seventh ward, where things began to get a little warm, when we skipped out in search of other ballot-boxes to vanquish. Louisville Courier Journal: "Wheeler was one of the Radical goose-bites who helped to tsar the new steamboat bill to atoms in Washington the other day, and then has tbe chetk to ask our west ern and southern steamboatmen to vote for him. Any river man who would vote for Wheeler ought to be tied to a tree and kicked to death by a jackass, or butted by a billy-goat until he is bald headed." The James D. Parker arrived early yesterday morning, with a good trip of freight and passenger the latter com ing to Memphis to get cool. Captain Tichenor, the Parker's new commander, is becoming very popular with our peo ple, all joining In the opinion that there are none more worthy to Eucceed tho gallant Bob Wise. The Parker returns to Cincinnati this evening, and Charlie Russell, her accomplished chief clerk, will explain to you the great advantages in going or ehipping b the Paiker. Dick Llghtburne la the Parker's agent. MISCELLANEOUS. AYBR'S C4TH3RTIC PILLS For all the purples cf a FamlijPhjsle, curing CostlTcaess, lj spep il.i, Jaondlce, Inill ceallon, Byaenter; Foul Stomach and Breath, Headnchf, EnilPlas. PH Rliearootnm, Erup tions nnd ttkln Ills eases. Biliousness, i . .. .-.. nntniv. Teller. To morn nuu wwifc uuru"'. . . ... ---, , . - ncarnlgl'.as a Dinner Pill, and Purllylng . . . Unnl tne mood, are tne mosi congeuioi yet perfected. Their efle-ts abundantly show how much they excel all other PlUs. They are safe and pleasant to take, hut powerful to cure. Ihey puree out the foul humors of the blood; they stimulate tho sluggish or disor dered organ Into action; and they Impart health aud tone to the whole being. They cure not ouly the every day complaints oi everybody, but formidable and dangerous dis eases. Most skilful physicians, most eminent clergymen, and our beat citizens send certifi cates of cur.-s performed and of ereat benefits they have derived lrom these Pills. They are the safest and best physic for ch laren, besause mild as well as effectual. Being sugar-coated, they are easy to take; and being purely vege table, they are entirely harmless. PEKPASED BT Br. 3. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.. I'radlml and Analytical Chemists. 8oId by all Druggists and dealers In Medicine THE CITY OIL WORKS, MADI80N 8T. near Memphis and Charleston Depot, will pay cash for Bound Cotton Heed delivered at their works or at wharf. Sacks and twine will be sent to responsible parties, as usual, on receipt ol orders. In23 THE BEST AND PUREST TOILET SOAP. CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY. DELICATELY PERFUMED. ASK YOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT. WM. GLEN5 1 SOUS, CINCINNATI. THE business ol Stratton & Wellford will be continued under the same firm name as before the death of Mr. John T. Htratton.hls estate retaining his Interest In the same under the provisions of his -will. STRATTON & WELLFORD. Memphis, July 28, 1878. Jy29 daw MU5IC--VRCAL AND PIANO tjrlSS SUE A. COOPER WILL CONTINUE L to give Lessons In Vocal Music and Mu sic on the Piano during tho summer months, at her residence. No. 10 UosIeitrt. wm at tend pupils their residence. If desired. WHEAT. C1A8H PAID FOR WHEAT. BACKS KUR j nlshed on application -at No. 211 Front Street. HAYDEN BROS. ADVERTISING AGE'NQY Advertising Agents, 18G W. F0UBTI1 STREET, CINCINNATI, : : : : ODIO, Are nuthorlzecl to coufractiror ad TrJolnr In this1 Biiir.' STAMPED CHECKS. -ON ALL THE BANKS AT IB Court . MACHINERY. O Ta - T nnrin r fin IJKBMPHIS Bd'IBR WORKS New and Second-hand Boilers always on hand, 3teamboat and Plantation Work prompt ly attended to. FOOT ADAMS ST., MEPITI8. TKRH BANKRUPTCY. NOTICE IB BASESDPXCT, In the District Court of the United States, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of Gates Wood ; Gates, Wood fc Co., said firms composed ot Samuel M. Gates, Albert M. Wood and Wm. M. Broolrj In Bank ruptcy. THIS undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of Samuel M. Gates, Albert M. Wood and Wm. M. Brooks, of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee. O. WOOLDKIDGE, Assignee. Memchis, May 30, lt76. my30 tn NOTICE IN I5ANIIKCPTCT. In the District Court of the United States, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of Muldoon, Bollett & Co. In Bank ruptcy. THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his appolntmentas assignee of Muldoon, Bul lett & Co., of Shelby county. Tennessee. O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee. Memphis, Jn.y 11, 1S76. Jyl2 wed NOTICE IN.BANGBDPTCT. In the District Court of the United states, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of T.E. Glats. In Bankruptcy. THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of T. E. Glass, of Bnrn8vUJe, Haywood county. Tennessee. oTwOOLDRIDGE, Assignee. Memphis, May 30, 1876. inySO tn NOZIOE IN BlNKKDWCy. In the District Court of the United States, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter or Richard r. Broadnax, Jr. In Bank rnptcy. T1HK undersigned hereby gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of Richard T Broadnax, Jr., ot Tipton county, Tennessee. O. WOOLDRIDGE, Asslcnee. Memphis, May 16, 1876. rcyl7 wed NOTICE III BAKKUUPTCTl In the District Court of tho United States, for the District of West Tennessee In the mat ter of W. M. Hall. In Bankruptcy. mHE undersigned hereby gives notice of his X appointment as asaiciieo of W. M. Hall, of Tipton county, Tennessee. O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee. Memphis, May 6, 1S76. my7 tu NOTICE IN BASHBOPTtil. In the District Court of the United State?, for the District of Western Tennessee. In tho matter of John A. Walter, Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of said Bankrupt: mAKK NOTICE, That a general meeting ol J. the creditors of said bankrupt will be held at the office of T. J. Latham, Esq., Register in Bankruptcy for said District, at Memphis, No. 19 Madison street, on the 18th day of May, 1876, at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose of de claring a first and final dividend. I also give you notice that 1 have filed my final accounts as assignee of the ssid estate of said bankrupt In said Court, and that on the 1st day of June, next, I sha 1 apply to said Court for the settlement o' my safd accounts and a discharge from all liability as assignee of said estate, in accordance with tbe provisions of the 28th section of tho act of Congress en titled An act to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy throughout the United States,' approved March 2, 1868. O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee, Memphis, May 6. 1876. 1 Madison sU NOTICE IS JtAHKKUI'TCT 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 ruptcy. To the creditors of said Bankrupt: rpAKE NOTICE, That a general meeting of JL the creditors of said bankrupt will be held at the office ot T. J. Latham, Esq. , Reg ister In Bankruptcy for said DUtrlct, at Mem- rhlii. No. 19 Madison street, on Thursday. June ,1878, at 11 a-m., for tbe purpose of declaring first dividend. T. P. WINCHESTER, mylOwed Aw enpn. NOTIUE IN DaNHKTJPTCT. In the District Court of the United Btates, for the District of West Tennessee. In the mat ter of J. T. Jefferson. in Bankruptcy. riTHE undersigned hereby gives notice of his X appointment as assignee of J. T. Jeffer son, of Shelby county. Tenn. O. WOOLDRIDGE, Assignee. Memphis, July 27,1878. Jy28lrl COTTON-SEED WANTED. STAMPED CHECKS m m A. VACCJARO. B. VAOCAROi A. V AGO ARC & OO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IT; Wines, Liquors an & Cigars Ho. 324 FROHT pXo Agon for OooIi.'h tt. w. sinr, J. .11. RAL eOMMfJl MERCHANT! N03. 260 and 262 Frcmt i it., Memphis, Teira. SEND YOUR OTTON PRESSES. " J ""a MJkUlB I Sin GearlDs:. Pnlleyr, ShilllDir, I angers and Couplings, General Rrnnlrr all kinds of Iron ana Brass Castings, or any thiiK ia the line of ' FOUNDRY OB MAC IIUSK-SIIOP WOK II. to tne J3ANDLE, HEATH & 1IYERMOBE, Proprietors, ISTo. 98 Second Street, s 3e:m.jp2iis Agents for the AXWSON FORl'ATBtE STEAM BNGI'fj. HUDSON'S GOV EBNOK, Stnrtevar.t Eton em, Brass Oogi JAILS ON THE " COOK ft HEATH PERFECTED SYSTEM," EsUmatesof cost of Iron Fronts, EalconKn, Verr4ndahgi WronKh, and CaatKa. log, Brpalirs to Machinery, etc, furnlfhed on application. Ox-do? s Holioitod. nxa-ci Having concluded oar Seml-Annaal Embroidoriss, Embroideries! 3 fflmSflfflllfllBIE AT 25 PER CEKT. BELOW COST. Embroideries half-inch wide, 5c. 6c, 7 l-2c, 8 l-2c and 10c. Embroideries one inch wide, 10c, 12c, 14c, 17e and 19c. JEmbroideries 1 1-2 inch wide, 13c, 14c, 16c, 19c and 20c. Embroideries 3 inch wide, 15c, 17c, 19c, 22c and 25c. Embroideries 2 1 - mm Being desirous of closing out our entire stock of Remnants prevlonsto receiving our FALL STOCK, we announce A GREAT REMNANT SALE! Every description of goods will be f jund to day on our Center Tables marked, ln many instances, AT ORB-HALF 0RI61AL COST ! BARGAIN'S in EVERY DEPARTMENT MENKEN BROTHERS. 261 and 263 297 MAIM -IMPORTERS OF- BASS ALE, HAVASAi DOMESTIC 6I6AB We aro marlns Which twe'SJS offerlne all lower prices tban ttae compounded markets. Always on hand A. TTJUa LXHS OF LOWAE WHISKIES. Etc. Cotton Gins -80X.D TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO., Ho. S69 Wront Street, WIHHH IP'S Improved Gin. Price. 83 50 nernavr. WINNHIP'S Hand, Horse at a Wtpnm Power Vietntm. Prices lrom 8110 to S260. Gnm-lleltlnic on band. iTEAl ENGINES-STEAM GuUett's Gins, Grist Mills, Scliofleld's Cotton Presses Cider MUls, Sorghum Mills and Evaporator, Belting. Orgill Brothers & 810-S12 "Wjcoiat Street Jfew York, July 15, 1876. I have formed a business connection ivith Messrs. L. LEVE S SOUS' & CO., Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in CLOliHISTG, Jfo. 46 White Street, New York. When you visit the City, shall your wants in the above line. Respectfully, cotton 1 JBk.aSjC3 ' Wholesale OKAS. AT. EZriXsXsISa! CASH ADVANOEa MAUK ON CONHIfJNV SHU'LtY & CO . vAcoam STREET. OhajM Pftgno, Import i JI'CLKHLr A. V WBOItEfjB , Cotic n. Factors AND i QUDERS FOR HORSY! POWER! f IRON WOfflg jrc,Txi.tl- -n--.,, Slock - TnUlDgr, we oner onr entire stock of 2 Inch wide, 10c, 20c. 22c, 25c. 28c. I Mam Street STREET, a specialty is lqnor:oifthl:tnd; )ta and Presses! BY- MACHINES! be pleased to see you, and serve 3QL, miilJblSS&JElJL, Jr,, Formerly of A. SEESSEL & SON., afemphla. Tenn. facto: Grocers, Ootton nlo Xj.8k.ZX CNTH OF C verpool, En " TO MEHS BROWS 4, 1876 TRUSTEE SAXES. TKDsTEE'd S4LE, TTNDER and by virtue of a Trust Deed exe V x.cutfd to John C. Campbell on theid day ?LJ,ov?m.bervlsw- br A-l'- Koark, and duly recorded in the Resist nrv r.m nf .i...i.- k?iU f ' '2,nneee' ln to00 No- 6. Part 2, pages mi. , " c "'cu reierence li litre iou uy virtue nr nnai decree in i? 1,0 mo1 Woodrnff ts. A. C. Roart, No. 23, K. D., ln the Probate Court of Shelby . , uicn ureree was entered on the 13th day of Juue, 1S7U, appointing me John C. Campbell, defeated, thfreby confer ring UDOn mn fill thA ritrhlit onH nn.aM A. .. i i iv . n Campbell, deceased, by virtue of said "" ,i win, on xne am ay or n BUSt, 1S76. between thn hnnrn nf 11 nVliv li.m.nnrl ... ' . - ' ' . house, at Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the J'i ot or. Psjcel of land. Ivlng In the county aforesaid, bounded as follows: Hegin- Je El!tn. 5r E 919 cnaIns from a t61 wltb, redlJ?u and other pointers, on the E boundary line or a six hundred and twelve acre tract, known as the WoodruH tract: thence north W E 1C7 poles to a stake on said boundary line, lronwood. red and wblteoak pointers; thence west 37' south ai poles to a stake on the west boundary of said six hundred and twelve acre tract, dogwood and mulberry pointers, being the soutuwtst corner of R. H. Brinckley's division: thence sou th 31' east S8 poles to a stake, three dogwood and two whlteoak potntem on said west boundary line; thence east l3 Sty south S5 poles to the beginning-containing lto S-lu0 acres, more or IcbS, together with the Improve ments thereon. The equ.ty of redemptlou Is Is waived ln the deed, and tbe property will be "'KUCai UlUUer. inr Mah ha tnl nnt n .la ouuuv .11 uemuitoi ine vendor. A.c toark. W. C. WOODRUFy, Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a Trust Deed made to me by Jobn and Ellen Shea, 1 will, by direction of the benecclary. Jobn Morrison, fell at pub lic sale, to tbe highest bidder, for cash, on Tneadfy, Anjfnst S, 1S78, at 12 o'clock, on tbe southwest comer ot Main and Madison streets, in the city ot Memphis tbe following real estate: Part lot 150, begin ning 68 feet west of Main Ftreet.on the touth Bide of Jackson street: thnnrn went 17 f! on the south line of JacKron street, extending so jthward, between parallel lines from the iuuu seveniy-iour acu a-qnarter feet, with the Improvements thereon. .Redemption -"uj r. .vg.y.E. v Ajirnstee. S5 Cants Per Wee2x To City esibscrlbhia. nMveretf by fey rlr. LEGAL. PUBLIC feALB. IN rursuanca of an order of sale of tbe Chancery Court of Hhelby county in the suit of Wm, A. Goodman vs.aara Tate et als , made July 8, lb"6, I, the undersigned, H. JP. Head, Cashier Union and Planters Kank of Memphis, will, on Wednesday, the 9tn Day or dnzn.st, 1S70, at 12 o'clock, at the southwest corner of Madi son and Main streets, In tbe city of Memphis, bei nt. puunc auciiun, io ine nignesi Diuuer, for cash, the following property, to-wlt: 1st. S23.20O stock in the Peoples Insurance Company of Memphis. 2d. E10O.00O Second Mottage Bonds of tbe Memphis and Little Kock Kallroad Company. 3d. t31.C00 Second Morttraizo Rnnrls nt thn Memphis and Little Kock Railway Company. 4th. S39JXX) Income Bonds of the eame Ball way Company. am. s-j?,wo stocE in tne Bame Kallway Com pany. And 6th. 828.000 First Mortcase Bonds of the same Kallway Company, or a sufficient of me Rrove securmes to pny tne aeDis speclnpu ln sold order of sale. Memphis, July 14, 1S75. H P. READ, Casuier. Kortrecht, Craft 4 Scales, Solicitors. Trezevant & Co., Auctioneers. Jyl5 Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAMES HALL, Justice of the Peace ior enemy county, Tennessee. i;. M. Ap person vs. Calloway, Ireland i Co. (Arm com posed of J. M. Calloway, J. C. Ireland and Oeorge Llndenberger). In this cause an attachment havlnsr been sued out under section 3& of the Code ot Tennessee, and returned IivlPd by attachment upon the property of the defendants, Callo way, Ireland & Co. (Arm composed of J. M. Calloway, J. C. Ireland aud uporge Llnden berger), who are Justly Indebted to plaintiff in the sum of Ten Hundred nnd Ten Dol ars, claimed by plaintiff by damages on contract: It Is therefore ordered. That defendant make his personal appearance before me, Jan es Hall, J. P., on the 31st day of August, 1876, at 10 o'clock a.m.. and defend said attachment suit, or the same will be proceeded with ex- pane" anu mat a copy ot tnts order ue pub lished for four successive weeks ln the Mem phis Appeal. This 26th day of July, 1876. j Aiim-i 11 all, j. f. Myers & Snead, Attorneys Jy20 thu Administrator's Notice. WHEREAS, letters of administration on tbe estate of B.D.Treadwell.decea&ed. were granted to the undersigned at the present term of the Probate Court of Shelbv countv. Tenn.; now all persous naving claims against the estate of said decedent are hereby required to exhibit said claims to me, or file the same with my attorneys, Clapp & Meux, No. 15 Union street, Memphis, Tenn., within the time limited by law. or the tame will be barred. FRANCIS HOLMES, Adm'r. Memphis, June 13, 1876. Jul4 Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-tato of Ten nessee, enemy county luiwara iicixmnen vs. Clark Manley. In this cause an attachment bavlnz been sued out nnder section 3455 of the Code of Tennessee, and returned levied by garnish ment on John Hood, who answers that he owes the defendant the sum of thlrtv-flve dol lars; and that said defendant ln justly In debted to plaintiff In the mm of J47 35, due by aecount.due and unpaid, and taat the defend ant is a non-resident ot tbe State of Tennessee : it is tnereiore ordered, That the said defend ant make bis personal iDnearanrn hnfnra mn James Hall, J. P., at my office, ln the city ol juempnis, ienn., on me izw uayoi August, 1876. at 10 o'clock a.m.. and defend said at tachment suit, within thu time prescribed by law, or the same will be proceeded with ex parte: and that a copy of this order be pub- iibueu once a wees, ior iour consecutive weeks, ln the Memphis Daily Appeal. This 7th day of July, 1876. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been duly appointed Adminis trator of Sopbla Bokar. deceased, all peisons ln debt to said estate are notified to settle at once; and those having claims again st said estate will present to me for pay ment ln the time allowed by law, or the same wUl be barred. ADOLPH BOHMS, JttfiBU No. SS Madison street. INSOLVENT NOTICE. State of Tennessee, Shelby county. Office ol Lxjuniy iun ciers, juempnis, Tenn., May 20, 1876. To J. A. Anderson, Administrator of John B. Uatti, deceased. Having sutrcestod the insolvency of the estate ot John B. Gatt', deceased, yon are hereby ordered to give notice, by advertise ment ln some newspaper published within the said State, and also at the courthouse door of Shelby county, for all persons having claims against said estate to appear and file tbe same with the Clerk of the county Court, authenticated ln the manner prescribed by law, on or before the 21th day or August, 187t; and any claim not filed on or before said day, or before an appropriation of the fnnds of said estate is made, shall be forever barred, Dom m law ana equny. Witness my hand, at offico, this 21st day of May, 1876. JAMES KEILLY, Clerk. i5j j onn j . anea, .Deputy cierx. Notice Is clven to all parties havln? claims against the estate of said Jobn B. Uatti, deo'd, io ue mem, as aDove required. j. a. A.uaKauji, Adm'r. T. M. Rbett. Attorney. myZltu Attachment Notice. BEFORE JAMES HALL, J. P.-8tate of Ten- nessee, tsneiDy county M. F.Bali V3. Joseph Frost. In this cause an attachment havlnz been sued out under section S155 of the Code of Ten nessee, and returned levied by attachment on the property of defendant, who is lustly indebted to plaintiff in the sum of 11, due by account and unpaid. Grounds or attach ment: That tbe said defendant is abint to re move, or has removed blmielt or property from the State. or has removed r is removing himself out ot the county privately, or con cealing himself so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served uoon hi m. or has ab sconded, or is absconding or concealing him self or property, or has fraudulently disposed oi, or is uuuul iranuuienuy to uispose oi nis It is therefore ordered. That the said defend ant make bis personal appearance before me. James Hall, J. P., at my office, In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on the 12th day ol August, 1876, at 10 o'clock a.m., and detend said at tachment suit within the time prescribed by law or the same will be proceeded with ex parte, and that a copy of this order be pub lished once a week, tor four consecutive weeks, ln the Memphis Dallv Appeal. This 7th day of July, 1876. jy. sai jAura hall, j.tr. Non-Besident Notice. No. 22S2. In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee Lilian van arocKiin, oy her next friend, etc., et al. vs. Mrs. D. J. Sharp et al. Tt annearlncr from affidavit In this cause that the defendants, tbe unknown heirs ot Edward fcs. roa, wnoi-e names anu residences, it appears from allegations ln tbe bill, are un known and cannot be ascertained alter dlll- Sent inquiry, and who perhaps may have some iterest in the land relerred to ln this cau.e: It is therefore ordered, That they make tlelr appearance herein, tit the courthouse .n the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the tlrst Monday ln August, 1876, and plead, anRwer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of I his order be imbllsbed once a weeks for four successive weeks. In tbe Mempbl Appeat This Hth day of June, 1878. acopv !' n"i uriu iuLt, ad Mastet P. f L1X, OOl. lOt biu. thu lulpli) iijlpOl DAILY m WEBItf TJiePapoFsfswihoPeajito Weekly ( postage fre, . - ga Weekly (for flnb. or Kivs orraore wS'. agofree)......... - m Datty (six papcrsl . " SHSRIFP'S SALE. SHEKIFFM SALE OF HEAL t STaTK. rtOBLIO NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN a. -inni oy virtue or an execution tu me directed from the Honorable t'haneery Lourt of Mlie!by omnty, T.nn , in Tile case x . 1 "OA-Job. son vs. J. lieaorm.nt, Kxecntor. etal., Judgment rendered on the 2Kb davot May, l.s,6, fnr the sora of thirteen thousand four and ninety-feven dollars and sixteen cents, with Interest and cost of i nlt, to&atfcitv said Judgment, etc., I v 111, on I nniU. mV yttiuay . i I Anu.i, 187B ln legal hours, lu Lontor the conrtboua Memi.hl8,xnneaee. proceed to sell, to tht hlghw,t lIddr. for etmbi hll the rigni, interest and claim whatsoever which the etate of v. Ueloach, or tbe heirs of said estate, title, Uulla aud l hos. A. Deloaeh, have and uuld ln and to the tr Ho wing de- 1st. One lo lying at-d being In the cltyof Memphis, county ot Shelby and State of 'lea nessee, situated on the norm Hide of Madron treet, between Second and Third streets, amt being the weht of block No J88: Beginnluc at the Intersection of the aliey between Ste ond and Third streets aud Madison street, thence east 37 feet ; thence north 148 feet to analley; thtnee wet 57J8 fiet to an alley be tween Second and Thlra streets; ihenceooutlt wltn said alley 14Sieettothe btglnningoa Madison street, see book 13, page W, Regis ter's office. This levy is made subject to th dower rights of 'he widow. 2d. One equal moiety in a lot ot land ln the cltyof Memphis, county of Shelby ami State of TennEsste: founded on the north by Vance street ; on the west by lot No. 3, In bloete No. 55; on tbe rourh by McLemore's subdivi sion; on the east by lot No. 3, and contains; 7 acres, more or less. See book No 3, page 117 oi the Register's office, i he moiety or C. Iteloach OescendfHl to said heirs ln above de scribed properly is levied on. 3d. One lot on the north side of Jefferson s'reet, in the city of Mempcls, county ol Shelby and Mate of Tennessee, being the lot immediately east of and adjoining Joseph Montedonlco, between Second and TuiiU streets, having a front of 18 feet by a depth of 74 feet, and being a pail of lot No. 312, levied on as the property or C. Beicach's ss tate. 4 lb. One.equal moiety Ina loten Frontstreet. ciiy or Memphis, county of sbeloy and state of Tennessee: Beginning at a point 14 teet north of tho intersection of Front and Jeffer son streets; running tuence norih 20 ftef thence east 74 feel; thence south 20 feet th'ncewesi to th-j beginning, 74 leet; theeqnat moiety of C Ireloach's estate in aid above described property is hereby levied upon. 5th. One 1-it on the east side of Main street, city of Memphis, county of Shelby and State of iennessec, situated on the northeast corner of the alley, oat ween Madli-ou aud Monroe streets, being 37 by lis fee:, and a part of lot No. 234, It being that portion of lutNb. 231, lying between tue alley aforesaid, and the building recently erecud and now occupied by Kice, -.tlx S Co. C. Peloach's interest (one hall) and that oi heirs or his eUto is hereby levied upon, snoject to tne rights f survlvm partnerof E M. Appei.sou i Co., of which !)) loach was a partner, tith. One lot on tne corner of Fnnrt.it an.i Jefferson streets (noitheast corner), ln the oily ji cmuia, uuuui; ui nueiuyat u male of Tennessee, belnz the west r.artnf int. v,, . ks of country lot 478, one-baif ol which belou" i' g to Deioach's estate, and subject to rights of su- viving partner ol L. M. Apperson Co lt,cdon as property of C.Delo.ch's estate. i'i. xno ionowing uescrined tracts of land it. tne county of Sheiby. State or mipc and ' n President's Island tbe first beginning at a stake 6 links south of a hie ory marked W. L., thesouthwest corner of a 312-acre grant lu the name of Wm Lawrence; thence west with Wm. Persons's line 36 chains ton stoV-o and hickory maikcd W. P ; thence south 4t chains to a slake in Round Like, ln all 55-3i chains to u stake in Bound Lake; thence weet oowajuuuiuk wiiii nurm line oi wm. rersonss 640-acre tract to his northwest, corner; tneuce south with his line 14.83 chains to n stake: thence wett 47 chains to the Mississippi river, 18 links north of a box-elder marked N.; thence up snid river with its meandering northwardly about 2C6 chains, more or iees, menndersas follows, viz: NE35cliain-i,N MJ E 20 chains N 18 E 41 chains N H E 21 chains, N 73k0 E 45 chains. N bo0 E M 70-10 i chains, S S3JEI0 chain-, H 81 E 52X chains, S 87 1-10 Elljichainsto Lawrence's NV corner; thence south with his line 57 chains to the be ginning, including also ao-acre grant ln the name et J. 1. Lrbam, con ainlng within these bounds 1362J4 acres (one-filth is the prop erty of the location). Second 'Ibe undivided one-thlid Interest ln 5'i acres oi land on .said l.sland, purchased b C. F. Vance under decree of the Chancery side of the Common Law and Chancery Court of the city or Memphis, on application of trio heirs of Tweedle ror partlUon. to whleh decree and record ol sai'i court reference b made for more particular description. Third-An undivided one-third part of a 75 acre tract on said is. aud, exchanged for by Richardson, Fletcher & Vance with John Overton, more particularly described in the deed of said Overton, recorded ln the Regis ter's office of Shelby county, ln book 68, page 232. 'The Deloaeh interest in the President' Island lands Is estlmatt d to re 700 acres, more or less, and such portion is hereby levied or as the property of defendants, ths estate or C De!oach or the heirs oi said estate, to satlsly sald Judgment, interest and costs. Memphis, 5th day of July, i87C C. L. ANDERSON, Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn. W. W. Coleman, Deputy Sheriff. . J. How Att'y for plaintiff. 17 CHANCERY SAI.H3. CHANCERY SALE -F liKAI. ESTATE. No 2298, K. Chancery Court of Shelby coun ty, Tennessee. Andrew Stewart et al. vs Anna B. Stewart et ai. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, entered in tbe above cause on the 2Uth day or June, 1876, I will sell, at pub lic auction, to the highest bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Nturdny, Angnst 19, 187C. within legal hours, the following described property, situated ln Shelby county, Tennes tee, to wit: All that property known a lots Nos. one and two, ln block No. H. ln South Memphis, bounded on the north by Vance street, and on the wtst by Tennessee street, fronting 120 feet on Tennessee street, and ran nlng back 180 fe&t on Vance street to a 29-feet alley, upon which is situated a cotton sii6u etc Terms of Pals On a credit of six and twelve months; notes with good security required; lien rbtalned to lurther secure samp, etc. This July 26, 1S76. E. A. COLE, Clerk Rnd Master. By It. J. Black. D. C. and M. Estes & iliett. Attorneys. Jy26 CHAJfi E"Y SALE OK BLAL ESTATK No. 2113, N. R. Chpncery Court Of Shelby county, Tennesse- . J. W. McKInney et af. vs. t'.A. Htiilman BY vittue dt an interlocntorv deeree fr sale, entered ln the above cause on toe 1st day of December, IS70, and renewed, etc.. May 6.1S78, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's ofHc.Courthouse-BttUdlng, Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, Anzcst IS, IH70, within legal hours, fhe foUwii:s desrrrtKd property, situated lu M:el'y countv, Ten nessee, and ln tbe city rl Memphis, "to-wlt: The north half oi lot No. 201, in the Uieenlaw addltlon to tbe city of Memphis, as subdivided and laid off Into lots according to tbe plan, thereof, as lecordel. Also, an undivided half-Interest in the east half of lot No. 2, ln Wm. Ctoper's snlxU vision, ai, surveyed by M.A. Kerr in lbi. Also, lois Nos. 3 and 4. in block No. 1" ct south side of Vance street. Also, tnol held interest, when attached, of C. a. Still nen tn tbe lot of land at tho southeast cor r of Fourth and Foplarstreeu, fron'ing 14SK feet on Fontth street and abost 150 feet on Poplar street, wl Mi the Improvement- thereon. To be told by lots or tenements, as the case mav be. 'leroist.r sale -cash. This July 25,1876. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Mooter By R. T. Mack, D. C, and a. J. M. Gregory, Attorney. Jy25 CIIANi'EBY SALS OF KEiL ESTATE No. 17), R. Chancery Court or Shelby court- ty, Tennessee. E. J. Means. Mry II. Shelby et al. vs. w . M. James et al. Bit virtue !f an mierlocatory deeree lef salo, entered ln th'i above eause on tbe Hth day of April, 1878, 1 will sell, at pnblie auc tion, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office, Courthouse BoUtf. lug, Main street, Memphis, Tenn, on NanrJ:iy, ancmt 12, IS76, within legal hours, the following described property, situated ln hhelby county, TeaH to wlt: Beginning at a stake on the nortn iloeot John Hoom'M 2iX) acre tract, or occupant, av chains and 52 links west of John Hoom'M southeast corner on a hickory marked J. 8. on James Freemnn'd line; thence sooth 8 ehftlas to a stafie Inihespring brarch; tbeneewest 2 chains and 64 links toa stake; tbenee sooth 6 chains a. id 25 links to a Ma tee on Geo. W Oldham's north line; thence west with his own line, passing his northwest comer 3 chains and 82 links to a stake 7 links soatk ot a sweetgum marked is. s. u ' on Joseph Uallaham'sllne; thence north with said lint, passing his, 19 chains Dd & lijks to s stake 1 links north of a poplar marked H. G.s.: thence eait5 cha nstoa stakefrom which H 27 W 14 links a sweetgum mmlfos B. . on John Hoom's line; thence south with said line 60 chains and 30 links to a slake KHaks from a hickory marked J. S., wkl 1 loom's corner: thence east with bis line 2$ efeataM end 48 links to the beginning containing 48 50 100 asren. Terms of Sae Cash. Equity of re4esapta i.-rred, h' provided for lu the deed Q-f trtHt he:eln. T July 8. 1S7S. . CULE, Clerk and Master, t-uty C. and M. v. i , a .cey. jy