r.HSB MEMPHIS DAILY a P f?EAL-WBDNESDA Y OCTOBER 4, 4 tt
QriETKES? still p-flVR)'s In flnmoia!
sir te an u'lled eves by a smal. transaction
slocks bo nn or serins Toe demand for
noiey ra rj rate, and exchange etsy at toe
roi owxcc ri ew orfc aad New Orleans.
; d.'Cisni o;. tat, xriiiaz hi par; .vew Hi!-
iH-.d, .1im:juui tmylug, "-I'lrjii at inr. Gold
-lo-.wi d .Sew 101k ai 110: Memphis burlne
iNTHKt'ori rrmkt ywiferday there
ra'. a c joi uemano, indBcm larzelv bv an
anixt.nsd advance n freights. Factors met
(be demand froaly. ibe itauBucloo. u( (lie
liar u:x. juntUC UtSKB bale t e largest day's
r-a:ecf uiesea on ur Uie M M oI'.x-
;uiura ook Inland tlu... r 0M. .Vw York
wpjt and tutures closed barely se-ily; Lnr
poci 33'jiuui r. bit' not auot blv 1 nvoi.fu
i-ire n ra Nmw Orleati ea y. Tne efforts lo
Du ) tcetjatei inie n sKj.'day proved an
na- j m ueteauuyibe loliowlnc
ilnry -. , tyua
xl ordinary vv
ow rciddilE w.Ilo,.
ooa m-.aaung a
COTTO! Exchange, October 3.
-ttoek BeDtember 1. 1(78
(Received since iat statement...
ueeelv d previously
tihlpped since lit statement...,
snipped previously .
3 took at noon 'liis dar
rnus ra' this week
Irbus'at lat week
ior.e September Is i.
lemphis and Charleston railroad- , ,,
lernphls and Tennessee railroad
louisvilie and Nashville and Ureal Sooth-
ern rallroa. ...
Padccah and Memphis riliroftl.
lempn a ana uiu iiocli railway. .
istlrnaled per wagons and other source, law
Total receipts to-day .
ana rar mis week-
mug Tar last vrnt..
jncetep;ec-.oer 1st .
lemprtli and Tennessee railroad
By Tall south. ... ..... ,
Total shipments to-day..
The following aie the oHelal telegrams if
the condition of tbe oQiwtt.c markets a. e-
elTetl at the cotton exchange:
State cj Re-' j Frice
i.oxj 1 2ac
Moaton s eady
it. Litils, 1 Piic iM.
nnsta. i UccUVl
i'essrdaj's New YurK ciosmtc teleifram re-
oortH Ordinary. 316c: ciiod ordinary.
poilSs; low middiiu,, 10 1) IO.j: ml d lDe.
ilc. Ton," of Uio market: At 10:30. uolhlnc
luln , t.rice rjotnln 'llv uuchansed: 12:33.
nolet, 2:12, barely slealy; 3, barely tlddy.
i iuo luuowini; are me losing rmrain ie
iwiiuiureioryebiera iy ana me ay D"iore:
E8TKKD AT. j DAY IIEFOIIC
1.1 7-iseii I'i-s
I'-.-ali 2 -32
II 21 32A11 11-16
12 l-32(2 i-16
12 7-32 12Ji
I U 1 1 32
II 1-3 Qll 1-1G
111 i.t-1 All 27-321
1.. t A Oil
,12 11- itf'SJ.
I Jctober .
11 1- 2
Hales. 17030 tone or the market at 10:15.
lulvt, 10:48, nrm: 12:17. aulet and firm: 130.
I easy, 2 7, weak; 3 H 1. oa elyhtearty.
.Ne0.1r:ft s y ntcrday qa .twl mid llnzat
lCfuC at the closa, rec lnw, 3001 bales; Kales,
jju uam. i ue Tnarset ci(r wmv
Yttite day's l.ivtiki clOKlne telegram re-
IporU; Up.andH 5 15 16 J; Oi ltui, t ju. al ,
10.0J0 bal-R, Amer can, 5000. Kw i-d
bali Amerlcin.3uu bl The market was
leliir, ui 1.01 iuoUb y lower.
I ine Liverpool LuurKe tor Hrlvauail2SU was
firm. Det-mboraDd Jknuarv shipmeui. any
I port 5 i3 18 ; ctobi r aiH November dl lo,
525-i2U, O t benllllo,525-32d; Nueiib r a- d
Iu. cemoer nut , j is-iixi; December tnu Jhn
uary null inc. t newcrop. auv nort. No-
Bverubfir Dd Do ticb r ditto, 5 2 3.'(a58a Jan-
Jnary ana a uraniy, t;H'i. 2pm,uiuiuer una
November Hilnineiit netv cioD.ai v d rt.sail.
1513-ltW 3p.m , jMiiuary and Fob'uary deliv
ery, any poit, 5 13 lOd. 5 p.m., Jauuary aod
sreuruary snipmeni, now croi, any por.,sau,
The movement at all the ports was reported
This La it Same Time
Week. "Weak. Last Year.
Root since F'y 61 125 40 519 51,434
Expta U.Britain l;wiu 5,721 11.415
Exp'sloContln't 30 ;oo 3
BtOCfc 3l30 18U13I 187,11
Liqht offkkqs and an absence
1 of demand made a dull produce market yes
terday, one recemt of ruluin, corn, one and
j a half car loacN. in bulk, sold at 43!. Jlavla
I moderate demand, bui li Ue offerme: sle or
114 balei tlmuthy hl S7 ir ton. OaU. no R ties
I repoited, nominally 43c tor o 2 m xed. Bran
inouein mark t;wmo lnqui y is beard. Jiui
I ter. choice western, 23&'i) : otber qualities.
lS25s. Flour active; lu JoDblnc loU, $125
S7 per brl. Onion In good demand; out of
Blore, SiS2 40 titr bbl: a depot, 2 10. Chette,
western, I2jgi3c. ytpp es in good supply, de
mand fail, choice var etles scarce.: out of
etore, SI 00S2 50; t er bil:on levee, J1252
Vornmcal utluues firm, wita a moderate ue
mauaa S25ptrbbl. Uume venison Kadile-;
12io. I)ul hi in cood Knpuly and unchanged.
leprioe ch cteus, Si '0'3'i per dozen; old
I uens, jj; mixed, sj2j; uucks wu. i-ouaoet
firm aud In light supp y; 01 . he levee, J2 10
225 per bbl ;nu of si re, 2 25J GO. Affffjrlrm
I at 30c, In a smnll way out 01 iue; bale o 8
boxes at 18c. lluo vruducli' htcaeo no n ad
I vlce-flauoleFOitobe norK. S1G 00: year ' lo..
I Sli 10, uct ber lard, 510 30; year do., S3 55. Cab-
-If. .W f'V. u.c...
Merc tin ut ' AVtioIeftnlo Casb Prices.
Chamber of Commerce Ofilcial Statement.
FlrOUK Steady: superfine. $1 25: double
extra, S5a5 25: treble extra, KS 25; choice
family. (6 50d7; fancy. 87 50S per bbl.
OORNiiEAli-Steady; kiln dried, S2 502 SO
tiurtK Demand iieut: mixoa. 13c: wane, too
OATo-Sc.rce and firm; mixed, 47c; white,
iSz oer bunt!
HAY-Outet: choice western. Ba5D: pral-
nenomlually ti'qlO: mixed, SL51S per ton,
H.l XIN (Loosel Firm: shouiaerr. SKfc
8Xc; clear rib side, 1 clear bldts 10c;
breakfast. 14Kc: tnar-cuiel hams, canvatwd,
16;c; oacKwi. ij"4c higher.
aisn ruitii. tiuiet; iieni weigni, jioa
! 17 50; mess pork, neavy, 18 50319.
LAUD-Finn; in uerces, z-t-se, 10(9
lSc; halt bur: els, 13c; in palls 13Xc
BALING BTUFFS-Hizuer: binit.3 and
JM lb, 12M313Kc; baling twlnb,i3i!14)4c; iron
ues, oiasc, pieoeu us c
MCltERKLr Steady; half bbls. No. 1, S7 50 ,
half carrnlK. No. 2. SO 50: naif barreU. No. 3,
S5 50; kits. No. 1,1150; kits, No. S, 81 30; kits,
No. 3. II 10
WHITE FIBH Half barrels, J5 50S 7S.
CXJ KFEK Firm : ordinary. 19319&3: fair.
&)4c; if!. lXS21e; prime, 21K922c:
choice, 2222c; Java, 2S330c; Cordova, 21 C4
RICE Quiet; ordinary to choice. 5iic.
HUOAK LOUIH1AN A Steady; 11. uiiu
fair, lOKo; fully fair, 10Ko: prtmt. 11c; choice,
llKc; yellow clarified, HK'3llJo; white, 12c.
Barreled, X hlirber.
BUUAK RKF1N ED Steady: Refined A, per
pound, UlitglZc; oushedKun oowdered. 12c,
eranuiateu, 12Xc; cut loaf, 12o
MOLASSES -Uody; cimmun. 40c; fair, 42
45c; prime, 60g53c; strictly prime, 6557c;
SYRUKi Common lo fancy, 403S5c.
HAXiT Ooarse and common Qno, In bar
rels, 117591 85; dairy, lu bbls, S2 7533: Liver
pool coarse. In sacks, 81 80gl 40; Liverpool
fine. In sacks, II 63 4 1 65,
SOAP Resin and Uerman, 55c; Lat
Ung's.66Kc. CANDLES- Hlgber; boxos. full weight,
15i. m box, 100; qr box, I6X0.
STARCH 4 035c per ft.
WHISKY 85c51 pe. Efu.
LIME (1 8531 50 par bbl.
CEMENT Louisville, ti 25; Roe ed ale, 82 Tb
ESCULENTS AND FRUITS Apples, nom
inally per barrel, Jl3; lemons. r-r box, 89 50
(J10 50. oranges, new pe: bbl, 57 50; potatoes,
per bbl 82 40; c-bdage, per crate, 3 Ht&i 0
onions, 82 CO, beans, per busu., 81 251 75;
dried apples, 7c.
MISCKLL .NEOOS Butter western table,
choice, 2830e; Inferior. 15g:-0s; eggs, 19c:
nails, per kes, 80 10325; vlnenar, per gal., lb
025c; tobacco, per E, 4c90c; spice, 18c;
pepper, 20c: sardines, 815 Siele; oysters, 1 tt,
60cll; oystern, 2 E, M tw2; coai-oll, 31c;
ma"hes, 877 2a: cotloa rope, 18t320c; grws
rore, 11313c: powder, tegu, 16 35; shot, paiect.
83 u, -xla, res, 5c; soda. caee, 6c; cheese,
BY TELEQE APH.
PARIB, October i Ken'es, 105f. COs.
NEvV OltLENd. October X-Uold, 110;
New York slhi, par; Herllug exchange,
bankers' bills 5.
LONDON Ortober 3. Consols for money
and on account, 95 13-16; 5-3us of 1WS, 106; no.
1S(J7V H4, 10-40S. 10SK; new 5S 10ls; Nuw York
Central tJ rle, S'-s Erie preleried 17.
NEW YORK, Ocu ber 3.-Mjne7 active at
ISSS Per CruL lr line rurrcantile P"Per,
1J pe cent. Customs receipt. S-75,000. The
a.Uta-t treasurer dl.sbun-oj f30lWi. t'lear
lngs $.3 00'J.OiiJ. rtleillnn Mead ; a. tual busl
nw, GJ dys. 4S3; s gut, 4S.i'i Uold steady at
113. Mor-owiun rat-, l&l, per cent. Uov
ernmeatbond iiietai n .. melon loaer;coa
pon ofl8Sl, 117'4,do.lNo,llJ;do.nv.-,ll24;do.
&37, ur do INS. 117J4. new 5s. ll)i;10 4Us,
re?Kter d, 114''4: do coupo.is. ll5J; currency
8s,12is 3 ai otcurltles ".u-udy . lunet.-ee tm,
old, 41 Tennc ne 6-, new. 43; Virginia 6-,
old.Ij Virginia 6. new. 27; Ml-ourl 60, 105M.
Rullroid Lonas were gen rahv big er. The
stock m-rfret was mat ly firm aLd higher,
with tho prl jolpal anlvlty lu coa. roads and
wesro tiart-. bioi ere x ept onally
wesk, coinoittu n-lliug down to 9 and pr -ferredloO
Toe cloHug quotations bow an
adva.-ce i 4. and 4 per cent, fi r the day,
andlheinipi..veuiei eei dm to 1 e-riy t.e
eutlr 111 U Jlng wi"Httenl dwithmo con
fidence it.au of late, and tbeie e es me o t
sldeorders lor eltM-kr. Hie greatest a.ance
was lu De aware, 1rkiMiu -nd Weste u
b cb ru-e Hum 6j?4 to , anl cio ed at 6SV4
Delaware and nuu 11 . tiul mine i.eit, lU.uc
from tdS " New Jor-ey ei t. -1 n-
Tanced l'rom T , U24, cl.w ng at 24. De
llverle.- lnc l. i-naresaieMlll madewitncon
ilaerb:o megularlty, a d to-day Mime lots
were boujbt in undor rule at a difference of
3H r"" tent over regular prices. St. Paul
. ii --sweren tong and higher, common riHln
1 fr m 2SVi t.2i. and pref rrcd fiomMVC toi.
Ai me cose tnere wan a reaction ii 54 per eui,
fiom thu hlgleU point Iiafce Hb'Jre tdvanced
frm535i oIS Michigan Central Irom 41K to
421 Ni.rihetern tirererred lrom 59 to 5aj;j
Iiojs lelaiiil from fsf. loHti; New YorkLen
tral fromS7',to,,:oiic ir- m 10 to lt5;and
Western t'nian from 70 to 70s,, Trans ic lont
Kgttegated 140.CO0 shares, 01 which 4000 were
Hack Il d. W0 HL Paul, M CM "rle, 13,003
Ob o. MX) Mioulgan Cehtral, 70,000 Delaware,
LickawnariH ahd e stern, and 14,000 New
Jemy Central. The foreign coin and bullion
rweived st the United S ales arsay office. In
tb'i ci y.from eepterabr2oih todate.amount
o 8 eOjOOO Closing quotation .ere "t-.fuli wl:
Wo-tern Onion ton-grfxph, "3k: Quicksilver,
: Qnlck-ilver ptefeTed, 17; Pacific Mull.
2?'.; Mnripbsa, 4W: Marlpis preferred. 4S;
idams Kxprn, 105; Wells & Fargo ' Express,
cfimpany, 7S; Amerl an Exprenn company
Si; United p tales Expiess company, 60;
N-w Yor Ce. tral, te; Krle, 84; Erie pre
ferred 15- Harlem 1 .; Harlem preferr',
133; Michlzan Central, 42: Panama, 23;
Co on Pacific stock. CO) Laic shorn, 54;
Illinois Central. KJ1,; Cleveland and Pitts
burg, S5); Northwestern, Northwestern
jrcfiTred,654; Cleveland. Columbus Clncln
na 1 and . nuianxpnilH, 33; New Jersey ten
tral, ai"; io-k I-land, 75; St- Paul. 29;
M- Paulprerdf: Waoasb 4V,; Wabash Dre
fbrred. 7J; to t Wayne, VF-, Terre Haute,
V.-i; Tone Haute preferre , 12, Chicago and
Alton, 97; Chicago aod lton preferred, 108;
Ohio and Mlralrslppl, 10',; Delaware, Licka
wanna and Wef-rn, 6,, Atlantic and Pa
cific ta.egrapb, 15 'i; Misnonrt Pacific. 2; At
lantic and Pacifiu p e erred, ', Indiana
m'ral,5; cnlcazo, Burllnicton and Qulncy,
12; Hanu.nal and HU Joseph, 1S!; Central
a-iflc loans, 9X; Union Pacific uonds.SK;
Un on Pacific land a ran is, 100; Unlun
Pacific sinking lauds, 91.
NEW YORK October 3. Business was Jess
active generally, bat prints and dres goods
are In good demand and firm. Cotton goods
are in moderate requsst and steady. Oing
bams of dress tool stjls are In fair request,
but 'aple niake arequiet. Htirts are In
Heady demand Flannel, and blankets are
dotn fairly. Clothiers are placing ord rs for
light u eight worsted coatings. Silks are In
go.d request and firm.
CHICAGO. October 3.-Flonr quiet. Wheat
active, firm and higher; No.2 spring, SI 0.
Corn fairly active and a shade higher, 45o.
Oats firmer, 33Tc. Potk active, firm and
higher, 81460. Lard fairly active and a shade
higher, 1030c. Bulk nuats qnlet, 7, 9, i'Ac.
LOUISVILLE, October 3. Flour generally
unchanged but some rates rather higher;
family, 8633 00. Wheat firmer, but not
quntably higher; red, J1Q105. Corn firmer,
42't44c Oatiqulet,3i348c. Uay quiet, 89. Pork
in lair demand. 8.675. Bulk meats steady,
SiS'Hc. Bacon In good demand, 7, ,
10iC. Sugar-cured hams, 18c Lard in fa r
demand; tierce, llcj kegs, 12c Whltky,
81 09 Uacglng firm at 12c.
Sr. LOUIS. October 3. Flour medium ex
tra at 84 5'5 60; scarce and wanted. Wheat
hiiztier: No. 2 red winter. 81 1P(31 20. r orn
active, firm and nUber; No 2 mixed, 4l
fP.c. Oais dull and lower; No. 2, 33c.
W .lsky. SI 10. Po k firmer, 817 60. Lard
easlei ; w titer nleam, 81040 Bulk meatf, tioth
1 u dtn; 8JJ9c blu lor ciear ribs and Hear
sldes up tbe country Bacon higher; TXc,
910,ali3ic Hrgs firm and unchangeo.
CINCINNXTI. October 3.-Flour Hady;
family, 85 S55 60. Wheat firmer and xctive;
prim- wblt , 31 161 18. Cm In good de
mand; mixed shelled, 47c. Oats dull. Pro
vis ons Ktmn 'er. pork strong, 816 60(316 75,
andJ17a-ked at the close. Bulk meats dull
and lower 7, kQ'3c. Bacon quiet. Lard
In good demauu; prime steam neld at lOo;
keltlos-lllngatllHc. Whlky,8109. Hogs In
ttnod demand, but easier, 85 20; receipts.
2200; shipments 735. Butter easier; choice
western reserve, ztcj-oc.
NnW ORLEANS, Octobei 3 Flonr super
fine, 8J503 75 orn white 6!i59c. Pork
mess, $18 12al8 60. Bac n shoulders, 8c;
clear rlus'de, lOJc. Wulky Lonl-lana we t
ern rectified, 81 13. Oats - Ualena, 60c. C rn
me 1 dull and lowei ; offered at 82 40. Hay
ime, sis; cnotce, sju. Bran .exss, 700;
w-etern, 75 -. Lard tierce, llJjfflllHc; keg, 12
ftl2Mc Bulkmeats fhouiders,iK3c loose;
77,i'aSo packed. Sugar-cured hams small.
lc"; ordinary average 16l6c. Coffee - rdl
nsryto prl ue, 1519c. Kngar choice, llc.
nice oruinary 10 pnme,yioo?io.
NEW YORK. October 3. Flour in good ex-
port and fair home tiade demand; superfine
western ana mate, m was vu oi. lxiats. M
(3S60 Rye flour quletai 81 753520. Cornmo.l
steady; westTn, i2 753. vV heat In good de
mnn Hud a shade higher; new No. 2 Chicago,
81 2231 2 1 Corn In good demand; mix 1,
s ea;u,57'a57e. Coffee firm; hlo cargoes, 15
i93 go d; Jobbing 16a20c gold. Sugar outi
and nominal; prime, 9o. Petroleum qnlet
hut firm ; crude, uw, rennea, 283. 1'orK nrm
bat oulet. S17fttl7 25. Beef s'eady; middles
firmer at 9c. Lard heavy ; prime steam, IOJ4
llc. Butter dull: western. 16a30a. Cheese
steady. Whisky, nominally 31 12.
Weather and Rivers.
Another frosty vieltation yesterday
mornlue.and we are all happy acaln. The
weather moderated considerably during the
day, and now ue are threatened with a wet
spe.l. Kverythlcgof tne river persuasion Is
on the decline, the fall at M. Louin amount
ing to forty-eight inches. Tbe following table
tells the story at all points:
urnva Biu. hub. obb. U. B. A.,1
aiiau-ms, uc toner a, 3 p.m. 1
Above low Chng's Ther.
Feet. I In's. lo's lo'e
D4Vcnport... 4 2 . 2
Leavenworth . 8 2
Keokuk . 6 3 4 -
Cairo. . SO I 13
St. Lonls.......... 10 3 48
Pittsburg 4 10 6
Cincinnati , 14 3 11
Louisville . 7 0 3
Memphis 17 3 o
VlctsDurg .... 21 5
Shreveport. 0 8 S
Nashville 2 4
New Orleans ... 10 3 2
Helena, Ark..... 24 1
Little Rock 1 8 7 -
Dubuque...-..., 6 7 ......
Below bench mara.
LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY.
Bar. Ther. Wind. Weatner
30.011 51 B. 0 Foggy.
2J.9 6 72 S. W.' 0 Fair.
29 9 3 60 N. 0 Fair.
10 as p.m.
Mxxiujulu tuermumeter. 72',
M'limnm thermometer, 8.
W. Jl'ELROY, Sergeant Slg. Ber. U. 8. A.
VICKSBUttG, October 3. The weather Is
cool and lair. No boats up or down.
LITTLE ROCK, October 3. The river is 1
f03tand 8-10 by tbe gauge. Weather warm.
NEW ORLEAN-s, October 3. The weather Is
olear and pleasant. No departures or arrivals.
LOUI V1LLK, October 3.-1he river H
falling slowly, with very little change from
yeteidy In the Slate canal.
EVANnVlLLE.October .3 The weather was
cltar until noou, but it is now cloud with
signs of rain, and tbe wind from the e-t.
Mercury 59-to 09'-. tolver tailing, with 13 6-10
feet on the gauge.
CINCINNATI, October 3. Noon. The
river Is tailing. Weather fair and warmer.
Night-RWer 14 feet 1 Inch, and t II
log. he weather Is cloudy and cool; light
rain to ulg.it.
PIITSBl RG, October 3. Noon. River
5 feet 5 Inches scant, and falling. The
weather Is clear and plea-ant..... -..Night-River
4 feet 11 inches and falling. The weather
Is cloudy and pleasant.
CAIRO, October 3. Noon. The weather Is
clear and cool. Arrived: Urand Tower, Vlcks-oui-g,
S am. Depirted: Grand Tower, St.
Louis, 6 a.m. . Night River 20 feet 4 Inches
and falling. Light ralu. Mercury 66. Ar
ilveJ: Cltv of he-ter, St Louis, 4 om. De
parted: City of Chester, Memphis, 9"p m.
51i vementa at tne LeTwj,
II lnols, Vlcksburg; James D.Parker, Cln-cl-natl;
James Uuward. New Orleans; Eiia,
Whit- river; Rosa Miller, Arkansas river;
Oty of Alt jn, tt, Louis.
Illloois, Vicktburg; James Howard, St,
la uls; Ha'd Cash, Whlteilver; Oty of A. ton,
New Orl eans.
James D. Parker. Rosa Miller.
Osceola Belle, George W. Cheek.
BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY".
CxsciswATr James D. Parker, Wm. Tlch
enor, master, ten a in.
Arkansas Rivcr Rosa Miller, Thomas
Darrugb, mastei, five p.m.
AHUioRT-Oiceola Belle, O. K. Joplln
master, ne p.m
Fju aks Point Geo. W. Cheek, N. 8. Greeni
master, five p.m.
Ella Rrougnt out of White river 272 bales
cotton, 50 pkg sundries.
ho Ml 1 r Brought out of Arkansas river
252 bales cotton, 64 sks coitou-seed, 27 beer
k gs, 50 pkes sundries.
Illinois 213 bales cotton, 75 bags seed-cotton,
1G5 sks co. ton seed, 55 pkgs sundries, 6 head
cattle, 17 hogs, 1 bor-e.
Jame- Howard-aj5 sks salt, 72 brls cement.
2i brlsroslu,37 biU p'tch, 160 rolls bagging, 30
bxs brandy cberrles,2l pags sundries.
Jn es D. l'arker 434 pkgs fu-nltnre, 616
mils bagging. 50 brls whisky 175 bxs soap, 357
bil- apples, 150 rolls paper. 250 e-npty oil bre,
50 brls potatoes, 151 bils tlour, 14 bales hHy, 1200
ptgs miscellaneous freights
liu-ln s was fair yesterday.
'jbeUolden Rnle parses up f. r Cincinnati
Tuomas Caldwell went as mate on the Hard
Cah yesUrday lnste.au of aim Sayers.
The Illinois received an Immense trip yes
terday, which delalted her at her slip until
late last night.
I"he Belle or Texas, Captain Lee Cummins,
leaver to-morrow evening for Rlverton and all
the bend landings.
ibe oscuola Belle, Captain Joplln, Is the
upper betid packet to-day, going through to
Asuporl. PI -ill Uhodes does the office.
A erl.li. marine lost all his pocket-change
on the four-horse chariot race last night, and
u dn't get to see tb- concert performance.
We've got him down fine
Jouu Lajnz pu'Chas.d t ebar privileges on
the Illinois lrom Nick Hootn yesterday.
e ms pn vate. K. A. P. eblts fje-t out as one
of tne meiitclue db.pensei.
Charley L wson was a passenger down on
be city 01 A.lon 10 New UrLana, w ,ere he
Koes as one of the pllo a ol Captain HickJ'i
bU Iron cotton-boat, the Carondelet.
The City of Augusta will be ready to leave
here next Wednesday, for White river, wn
she will load for New Orlean and ran regu
larlv in that trade daring the se.m.
1 The Phil Alllo. Oiptatn Stack Lee, Is to
mor.ow'n lower bnd packet, going down as
1 far ai Arkansas City. riYak lug filrect connec
! lion with the Cbleot and Pine Bluff railroad.
rne la, wuicu i" "
V,-1 1 Le ilver trade, was yesterday turned over
to her owners by Captain PosUn. Ills rumored
tha' she will enter the St. rrancls river trade.
The lty of Alun. Capinln Bixby. arrlv 1
yetetdaT in rtf.iU from S. Louis to New Or
iein. Hhe t 500 baiei of cuton at Olcnn s
whsrfboat for New 0 leans. She also added a
few patsergeis. .
Mr. A. JUtffy, clerk of the R. E. Lee. ac--omnaDlBdb
lady, was a pftwengerdown
to Vtcksbu'g on the Illinois. He has been en
Inyingt'ei.tennlaldebghly, but will rejoin his
boat at Vlcktburg.
Tbe Kosa Mllle', Cptln Darragh, being
unsroEdably detained, will not leave fnr Ar
ksnas river till five o'clock this evening.
Shl.pers np Arkansas river wl l take f M
notice ard be governed accordingly. B lly
Bntler ahd Cbarle MnsMilmau are la the
office and wll give p-rtlcnlars.
be New Utorge W. Cheek, Cap'ain Nat
Green, slls attlieusutl hourthU afternoon
on her customary trl-weekly cruise down
among the bends as far as Helena and Frlais
Tolnt. Captan Nat has "my people" on th
brain, and clng "If ever I cease to love with
all the f-rvor and raihos t f cblvBldc youth
under the influences of tbe idlud god.
The James D. Parker, arriving behind time,
did not discharge her ImmensH loud in time
to leave yesterday evening. She Is bl led for
Cincinnati at ten o'clock this mon Kg. Cap
tain Tlchenor, ber popiilur commander, Is
runblns things to ge' away t tbe appointed
bonr. Chsrley Kufseli in still In the offlc.
n.- ti 1 . .... V. al. Prk.t.lfA nV White
river p-cset, was ciowded with vlMlors ail
dy yrfterday , every ou- expres-lng the hlgh-e-t
opinions of the lltUe hlndwlieeler, and
agreeing with ns as to her petlect aiaptabil
lty toihe MemphU and hlto river trade
Captiln Postal, Champ Chamberlain ami Joe
Boyd were kept buy all day uowUg the
guets arounrt, and rytng to tell all they knew
about modern steamboat erchitccture. Champ
talked hims II blind, Joe Bojd sot Fea-slcK,
leaving the captln tbe bag to bold, 'ihe
Hard (J .sh went out loaded with a most com-
KJlluicuktrj nip . , ,
-apiBlU aBllttUCi, 1 ' - .
Issued tbe following notice to steamboat men.
governing ineaiiuw- utou' av .j . . L .
'The following space will be allowed toeacn
boat, accordine ti nor under-denk capacity,
. . n InaVjiarT oft anil tin ttiu
latNuunuK uum mcjo.-o.. "1-
leveo as lar at the bluff, excepting room lor a
dray to pas.: Boats from 100 to 200 tons. 60 feet;
200 to 4iV tons, 60 left ; 400 to 700 Ions, 70 leet; 700
to 900 1 ns, 80 feet; 1000 and more tons. 90 feet.
These rales are made In accordance with sec
tion 13t City ordinances, and by complying
with them all b ats lauding at the port of
Memphis will be equally benefits."
SMITH &. WESSON'S
For convenience, power and
accuracy, it is unetjutiitcU. If your
merchant does not keep them, order di
rect from the Agency, 7J Chnmhrrs St.
New York, 31. W. RoblnNon, Gcn'l Agent
Gas Flxtarcs. Gses Fittings,
BvervtVi Ixxg Oxioap
2To. 358 3S0OKD STREET
Oppoailn Conrt Hgnnre.
fTlHE Annual Convention of the8tockholders
1 lu theMemphlsand Charleston Railroad
Company will be held In Memphis on
Wrdneidn;, tbe 4b y )clber. 1870.
On thesame day there will be held In Mem
phis au-1 In Huntsvllle, Ala , an election for
Nine Directors to serve during the ensuing
ye-r. Stookholdeis and the members of their
Immediate lamilles will be passed f ee for one
day belore and one day alter the date of said
meeUng. 8. R. CKU6E,
seS Becretary and Treasurer.
E I BOM "
S68 Front Street,
sepldaw Wemnlils, Tennes'ee.
DR, J. A. CLOPTON, OF HUNTSV1LLE
Alabama hts native city being again
called to Memphis, mav be coi suited for a few
diys at tbe WORSHAM HOUSE. Dr. C. Is the
oldest erEOiALl Tin the Union, and gua tc
A--TEE3 periect success in the treatment o
Piles, tlitn'a, Kirleinr8. Vleero, (n
morn, etc. Every tblug necessary to care the
worst cases of Piles (no matt eh bow lahoki
Is done by Dr. Clopton Is less than ONE MiN
UTE, and the patient may return home im
mediately alter the application.
Dr. C. has the pleasure of referring (o many
of his old pat enls In the city of Memphis
and to hundreds of the medical professloi.
who have bet n his patients.
Piles cured without the knife, and per
feet satisfaction guaranteed f el9 da w
LEA & PERKINS
TO BE THB
And applicable to
evebt VAKi Err
of a letter from
a MEDICAL, OKN.
tlkman at Mad
ras to his brother
kins that their
Sauce Is highly
esteemed in India
and is In my opin
Ion the most pal
atable, as well as
tbe most whole
some Sance, that
LEA & PERKINS'
SIGNATURE Is on EVERY BOTTLE.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
lyltne SKW TOUK.
UniYersity of Virginia,
OPENS OCTOBER 1st; con'lnnes through
nine mouths. It Is organized In schools
on the elective system, with full coures In
Clas-ics, Literature rclenct (with practice in
Chemloal and Physical Laboratories), In Law,
Medicine, Engineering, Teaching and Agri
culture Apply lor Catalogue" o
jamls r . u ArtKi-urs, un airman
. . ua.im-uii uuwiui.u,
P.O. University ol Vlrginip,
Albemaile county. v
H. 6. TRADE B & 0.,
GOT! ON FACTORS
358 Front; Street.
MEMPHIS : : : TENNESSEE
UK. D. JL. STEWART
ATTORNEY. &S.L 'W.
Office Ho. Si Poplar g&63t, Seiapbla.
nriLL practice In the Courts of Law and
ff Chancery In West Tennessee and North
Mississippi, and give special attention to col
ections. conveyancing, etc al
B. If. FHESHHAN & BEOS.
18G W. FOURTH STREET,
OraOHVIIATI, x : x x OHIO,
Are RHlBorized ta coatracf for ml.
vtrtlxlBg ta tbli payer.
WOW READY. UJ
PILES CUBED I
WE continue to manefacture the celebrated
and moH wonderful CbeekCotton Press.
Knr eithnr hnrs nr mparri noscer It has no
equal, being the most con venient and practi
cal working I'rens now in uu. it uwu
use six jests, and Is new o -eratlng lnscTon
States, lnlly demons! railn the gieat superi
ority and practicability of the Cneek Cotton
Press. Owlug to Its great simplicity, tnt
Pre can be taken down, moved and reset
without the least injury admirably aaapting
It to plantation se All orders for 'he Cheek
Press must be addressed to PORTER, TAY
TOrt 4 O- No. 3"0 Kro'il street, between
Madison and Monroe Memphis, Tenn.
M. D. CHEEK, 135 Hernando street,
anl9 Memphis. Tenn.
266 Front St, Memphis.
LIBER A.L:C"BH ADVANCES MADE ON
coiisUnments. Bagging, Ties and Planta
tion Sappllts lurnlshed at lowest market
To Merchants, Dealers & Planters
Memphis, Tmrw., September 18, 187P.
YOU are hereby notified that the Cotton
Tie, known as the" Nellls"Tle, offered
for sale In tbls market and elsewhere, in
fringes tne "Carfon" Tie and my patent
rightx, and that I shall hold all parties respon
se b!e In damages under the Patent Laws who
make use or tell said " Kellla " Tie In viola
tion of my rights.
W. L. OARSON.
W. T. Baggett. Attorney. set 4
Kansas ity, Memphis and Mobile
Ruilroaa at Auction.
f N pursuance of an order of the District
' Court of the United States for the Western
District of Missouri, made September 1, 1876,
the undersigned, ssslgneesof the Kansas City,
Memphis and Mobile Railroad Company,
bankrupt, will, on
Friday, December I, 1876,
between tbe hours of ten o'clock a.m. and iour
o'clock p.m., at the courthouse door In tbe
city of It ausas, Jackson county, Missouri, ex
pose lo s ile, at 1 nbilc anctlon, to the bight st
tndder, f ir cash, the whole road bed masuniy,
rights of way, and all appurtenances of said
Kansas City, Memphis and Mobile Railroad
on, pany; i-aid Kale to be made free, clear aud
discharged ot all liens or Incumbrances, ex
cept, however, all taxes or assessments which
may have been or hereafter may be levied or
assessed against said property, and said sale
will be made BabUct t the approval ot said
UnltedStates District CourL
GARD NEtt LAIHRwP,
1URNER A. U1LL, AfSlnees.
Kansas City, Mo.. September 16, 1876.
j, & j. mm & co.
No. 1 Exchange Building,
168 Front Street x x Memphis, Tenn.
fir Are prepard to handle WHEAT on
commlwtnn. Sacks furnl bed on orders.
Opposition to Monopoly.
REFERR NG to a " Notice to Merchants.
, Dealers and Planters," from the agent of
the " American Tie Company," I respectfully
call the a tentlon of all parties Interested to
the following telegram this day received from
tbe General Agents of tbe " Champion or
Logue Tie." P. W. SHEARER, Agent,
Vicksburo, Septembers, 1870.
To P. W. Sheaekk, Memphis:
Advertise in nil papers containing tbe ad
vertisement referred to, that ihe ' iogne or
Champion Tie," Is no infringement on tbe
" American lie;" and that wegaarantee sll
buyers of Ties against loss from suit, and will
protect them. BONHAM & MITCHELL. .
ftos. Sol and 353 Second Street
263 Second Street,
HAS TOR SALE A LABQE LOT OT
STONE PIPE, CHEAP I
Trade supplied at manufacturers' pricee.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
No. 318 Main St.. Memphis, Tenn.
F OR the speedy cure of Seminal Weakness
Lost Manhood, and all disorders brought
on by indiscretion or excess. Any druggist
has the Ingredients Address,
DR. JAO.UKS fc CO.. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tajion-Yille PostofHee, Virginia,
HlXiABY P. JOSES, M.A. HOBACK W. JOSia.
ri'HE Twenty-seventh Session begins October
J. 1st. For catalogue, eta., address
" H. P. JONB3.
1 rr-tt 7T tft
g li 1 "D
I .. Dqqrs. Lukber Q m
f? 3 Sash Laths ' o
6 AND AND Hj
' Bunds Shingles 2
PS o r--rr - . " r
OS J!;; ' V 2
yf. W. ODY.
J. H. JfiTLELLAN.
Nos. 860 and SB2 Fr?nt St, lemplils. Tenn,
0a. JS. Sorron.
HEREON, CONNOR k 00.
OOTT OKT FACTORS
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MBRCHaKTS,
J?o. 266 Front 8!fr4e$, Sfemplkts, Tennesseo.
1876IFall Trade 1
WHOLESALE DEALEES IS
MEN, WOMEN AID
GROCERS AND C01
Hi and 13 Union St,r MeHrohis.
BILL, FONTAINE & 1.,
And "W-l?oale Qroeers,
860 and 862 Frouf trppt : : : Memphis, Tenn.
IMPORTERS A'ifU BAlaKS IH
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
No. 324 FKOK'T STREET, L2EMPES.
ffiolo .cxx-t for Oooli'n 03a.a3,X3a.T3-4Brxa-oXx3a.T3oirli
Bio, 258 JFront Sfi'eet, Meiuplils, Tonns-ssee,
Particular attention paid to Sie sale of Cotton.
J. T, FABBAS0N.
rocers and Cotton Factors
369 Front and
MempHls. - -
Sl St SI'S WAYBS S'H?., IMPM
OECa&.S. ST. FESITiTrg'Ei Cotton J5Bcvlo-Xxxrvzi
CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON:TO MESJSB. . BROWN
HHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool. England.
SOS JFront Street, : t : : Memphis, Tenn.
Adonis for tiio boat Cotton Oleauor.
ATLOR, RADFORD & 00.,
lo. 86 Front Street, : : HenigiMs.
WISSHir'fs Improved Gin. Price S3 50 per nnvr. WlSHHlfM TTanU, none nod
Nteam Power P.essea. Prl lrom Sllfl lo 8S6U. Urooka'a Pres.
Onm-Reltlne on hanil.
J. M. JAMES.
WHOLESALE (iROGERS, COTTON FACTOR
And Commission Merchants,
No. 28 Front &t , bet. Adams smd Jefferson.
Yf. B. GALBBEATH.
W. B. GALBREA
General Agents for tbe Champion Cotton Gin and Huller.
T. C PvilJK.
A. B. VACOARO
Xs. 33. Bussa
sQ 'VW V i 3
IS, COTTON FACTOR!
C. C. HE IS
Bg Clinton Sts.
W. W. JAMES
TH & CO
STBAS COTTON 6IN
Formerly known as Boyd's Memphis Olns,
Cor. Linden and Clinton Streets
NEAR RIVER AND ELEVATOR.
THIS Ginhouso hts been refl'ted with entire
new Ma hinry, new Ulns. an the best
and mt apnr- v.d Cotton Cleaners, and le
now i repartd to Oln Cottun so as to give the
J.T. HilKnmn & Front St
are the Agents, and wll: furnish sacks to ail
persons wishing to ship cotton to these Olns,
and, when d sired, will make liberal ad
Vances on the rntt it. stSi
J. F. GRAHAM. iao Wster Valley, Mis.
E. y. PROUDKlT.late Lagrange, Tenn
GRAHAM & PRG0DF1T
(Successors to White, Langstaff & Co.)
Importeiaaru Jobbers in
FOREIGN ATSa DOMESTIC
(Rice, Stlx i Co. "Si old stand).
MEMPHIS : : : TENNESSEE.
"The services of Mr. A.D.LA.NG8TAFF
have been retained, who will give the bnsl
ntss his personal a' tentlon. selO
"A DECIDISD AIVAJSCJb"
Judgt? Rtport. Ainer. Ins. Fair.
SILENT SEWINC MACHINE.
Awarded the grand "Gold Medal of Prosre-s"
of the American Institute. Nov , 1S75. and the
" Scott Legacy Medal," of the i'rankllu Insti
tute, Oct., 1875.
No other SewIngMacliIne In the world
has an "Automatic Tension," or
any other of the characteristic features
of this machine.
Correspondence and Investigation invited.
Willcox & Gibbs S. M. Co.,
(Cor. Bond St.) 658 Itrnadway, New Tork.
R. B. nrTCIIIXSOK & CO.,
North Conrt St.. Memphis, Temi
M. H. COOVER.
C00VEI & MILLER,
Nos. 161, 163, 165, 167, 169, 171 Washington St.,
PLftKIKG iILl & LUMBBR YARD
MANUFACTURERS of Doors, Sash, Blinds
and Moldings. Kramer or all klndsmade
to order. 'Jewpi Post.. Balusters, Flooring,
Hiding Cel ing, Pahnys, Bra eke b, Well-Curbing,
Gln-Gearlng and Water Tanks.
A large jnd well selected Btnck of LUMBER
ot every description always on hand.
All orders promptly and carefully filled with
the best matrlftl enl
An mantrated Wort
pages, a private conorHfc
the maxriwl andniiN
nftffPJkh on th iriTtfKbx
ofthesexuajtrttem. Ha abuaea.
eta., latest cbcoTcriei tn UI
De Iroly happy in the mimnl relation. Hale tk xuliQ.
joung ana middle ged shotiltl revl And preset jfa,f
contains information, which no one cm allon to be wfea
out; on how to pi-Merre the health, and complexion, w$
pveto filled cheeks the trethnestji youth; the beat anj
only true Marriage Guide in the world. Price 50 centl
byMaiL The author may be consulted personally or if
mail on asv of theonbjecti mentioned In hit workJUUns
Dr. A. O. IS! waahongtua tt Chicago, UL
itb l uracmus enparii
I trotit ifetearheatltheti
quuitive should knOsT O
Courtship, Mam ope,
Vhysn 'luteal aijFten-
in a-.iU iteveialiona o IM
" SlfTTia' ITJfFm.hflWtOPL'
aUkindof Diwines. ir ih hundreds of Talnable rccelpu
nho should marrv.the itiipediments to marriage, their na
ture and cure. Treata on alt I i spates, fully explaining th-ss
causes, tymptoma and means to cure; it lathe only reals
scientinc m ork o t the kind ever publlihrd, and ia complet
In ererr respect. Sent securely aealed on receipt ot Si. ctJU
AddreM. Dr. C. A. Kohannv, 6la North llith itrw
6t.Iaoms.Ma. Eitabliahedln 1S3T.
"N TUESDAY, 1 HK 24TH DAY OF OCTO
V J ber. ltfK. In iron', of toe courthouse, in
Memphis, Tenn.. I will sell tbe following tract
of land viz: ''he corttiea-t quarter of the
nortneast quarter or section six (ti, townsuip
one I and range six 6 west, Eleventh Civil
District, Shelby county, Tenn., containing
forty acres. I sell this land as Commissioner,
oy virtue o decree in case 01 txmgiass vs.
Donelass, No. 2115 Rule Docket Chancery Conrt
Shelby county. Tenn., and as Trustee under
Trut Deed filed In said cause. Terms, cssh.
Beptember23, 1S76. W. H. DO JGLAsa,
com mlssloner and Trustee
L. B MoKarland. Attirny
Thirty years experience in the treatment of Sexual -and
Chroma Diseases bf both arxra
jpfcprswj lr. i:tTT.V3Iurrtaffef3aIde.
JF WiE3(h A I'lUflioloeicai View oraUarnag
ifa?r for the inarneti and those contemplating
manhood and womanhood An!I ustratedbookotfrJOnaea.
for private readuij, w hie'., should be kept under lock
aey. ppmumnTfeai lorwcrf.
A PRIVATE METJTCAT. VTtTTATTR FI nn !1
Of a Private Nature li bothacxes, the abusra ami lis
orders ot the sexual system, and the means ot cure. ISO psgrs
V ithfn zni t -i gru acnt undt r seal torSS eta.
ilEDICAIi ADVTCE on Sexual anI Chronic DIaeatef,
Feminal Weakness, Catarrh, Cancer, Rapture, the Opmio
Uabit,tc , a 60 page work wnt under seal fur 10 cts All
three books containing 460 paes andeTerrthinK worth
knowing on the subject, sent securely sealed on re
eeipt of 60 cts Address Dr. Butts' Dispensary.
No.l2N.Sthsi..St. Louis. Mo. CEatabluheS latf.
Mcdowell & burrow,
sLttorxioy saataIj! w
Room 2, Vincent Blocli,
Entrance on East Court St., Memphis, Tenn.
And orn Mill.
NO. 13 NORTH SECOND 8TREET, HALF
Square north of Loulsv lie R. R. Track,
Memphis, Tenn. Having establ'shed a flrst
clas Uinnouse, as above, and fitted up with
the be-t Gins snd Clenne-s in use, I am better
prepared to do sood work than any Gtn In the
city. Prices as LOW AS THE LOWEST.
Wtll furnish bags for shipment of all Seed
I'otton Intended nr the Anchor Gin All or
ders direct to tbe u in, or through a merchant,
will meet with prompt attention.
aU cotton in the Oinhouse covered by
insurance. A. RAVENALL.
$600 000JN GIFTS!
Ninety Days Postponement of the
Kentucky Cash lir.ruution C.
FOR A F'jLL DRAWING.
Tlnzraday, Mo-sy. 30tl
A FOllltJHK TOR Nt.Y 812.
Tbe Reainihj Ca.ti Dlstrlbnilon Cb.
Authorized by a speci 1 act of the Kentnck
Leglsiature, for the benefit of the Fnnlt
eu.uiit. r F kt.i'i, will have the first ot
their series ot Grand Drawings at M'to
IIlI In the I ate Fr ni,r.i Ky , hnr.
lay, Nov. si, 1S7S, on wblci nccsslon tbey vri..
distribute to tne ticket holders the Immense
u " of
Thjs. P. Porter, ex-uor. Ky.. Gen'l Mana:ei
1IST OF GIFi'S
One Grand Cash Ol t....
.5100 0 0
. otyj o
, 25 0
. 20, 0
. 10,0 0
. 5, JO
One Grand Cash Gl t.
ne Grand Casb utft
Oae Uiand t ah Hilt
One Giand Cash G ft.....
One Urand ,ah Gift
50 Cash Oifis oi SIOOO eac
Iff) ash Ui'ts ot too e.ch
100 Casb Gifts of
HO Ca h Ulfis of
W) Cash Glf s of
100 Casb Ulfus cf
12 each ...
10,0 0 Cssii Otits of
T-tal. 1I.15S Gilts, all casu
Prlce I loli.lv -Wholt. Tickets. Si
Halves, S; Quarters -3; 9 Tickets. Jiou; 27
I'.ckels .i00; 46J4 Tlekts, $i00; 95i fickeu
1000; 100,000 ti' kois,atS12acu.
the on E II rayl t. Mayo-of Frankfort
the entire BuarJ of lty Cnuuclltuen, the Hnu
Aivin uuv ll, late I'hlef Justice o' Kentucky
andotherdistlngulhed cillz ns, together wl
su h oherdi-lnireHted er oi.s as tbn ticket
hoders pre-ent may designate, will superin
tend the drawing
Tne payment of gifts to owners of prize
lckets is .bsured. A b nd. witn heavy ptu
ally aud appr ved securltv. Ins been exei uiHi
to toe o .inonelUi f Ken'uc&t , which Is
uow on recort lu Ce.k's ortlce of Count
ourt at Frankfort, Ukject to ixsrEtif. n
of any ON Ttil is new featu'e, and wl
b olutel, stcori th- pay in en' of g.f s
Keim tine s can b-in -y Ezpr -s.Dratt
PostotHce oney-oder or Registered Letter
md- p.y bi to Hrntiickj Vnnb Dlxfri
butlou Cituipaiiy All co umuulcatluus ur
tiers 101 Tlcke.s aud applications tor Amende
should be addr-s d to
HON TR03. P. PORTER,
se21 General Manager, Frankfort, Ky,
P..0 ATE -ALC F TOWN L TS.
Nn 213. R. D. n tb" P-obat r.-nn of snelby
eounty. 1"enne'seo. I A. Anders in, Adm r,
v Pamella Mos yetal
BY virtue at n decree for sale entered In
this ennse. I will sell, at public aacl'Hi,
t the highest bidder, in from of th crwrt.
house door, on Main street, Memphis, Teon.,ou
Sitnrdny, tietober 31. lfS7,
within legal hours, the following deserlbcI
real estate, tr-wlt:
1. One lot lying and belns In th cltv of
Mempnls. county of -h -lbv and State of Ten-uesse-:
Resinning ar a slek slxtv s x lHJ
feet ea to' tot owned by u. K. 'n- k,- n (be
north side of Washington s r t an 1 a-ijolu-i"g
the iat line of a lot formerly ousel by
Jirae h liter, and f-otit tie thirf. W, teet pa
the north side of Washington stteet, ami run
l'ln? back, between paI el linH.one hun
dred ana ftrty-elbt and one-half lll-t"; lee',
2. Also, the remain er lnteet tn tbe fol
lowing lot, tbe same having been t-lin' to
Pam 11a Mo-by as ber homestead; said lf.t
lying and being in the city of St.mphrH,
t ounty of Mielby and t-tate of Tennessee:
Kegluning at the soutoer-st corner of lot sir
HI. as shown bv W C. Anderson's plan of kits
surveye-t by W. Crane April 21, lSifi, on tha
norm si e 01 Washington siee' L'H eeteat
of High street; thenee north 1)4 feet to pri
vate alley Jll eet east of H gh street; thenc-9
westwardly 22 feet with sautn s de or ssll
alley tJasteke; tbeuce south "rarely 14SJ4 te-t
to Washington street; thence 25 fett to the be
ginning. Terms or Sale Fifty dollars cash; balance
on a credit of six and twelve 16 and 121
months; pu-chaser giving notes wlih ep
provetl secu'lty, and retaining a Hen to swnio
deferred payments. 1'bls September 19, 1V76.
JAM HTH KKILLY, CltrK.
T W. M Uliett Sol 'nr romp''!. e3l)
FOR the speeOy cure ot Seminal WeakneM
Lost Manhood, and all disorders brongli
on by Indiscretion cr excess. Any ilroaeli
has the Ingredients. Aadress DAVIDHOP ,
VI , Jinx 5W. Nsr Vnrt rVUrtwl
HHEKIFF JSALE OF REAL ESTATE.
PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
That by virtue of an execution to m i
directed from the Honorable Supreme Court
of Tennessee, In the case of C. A. Dam mon vs.
J.M. Williams and C. B. Webber ami W. S
Mcuee, sureties. Judgment rendered on the
21st day or October W5 for the sum eighty
seven dollars and 41-1UI cents, with Interest
and costs of suit, to satL-fy said Judgment,
etc., I will, on
Wedueiday, Iftb nay of October, 1S76,
in Icrai hours, In front of the conrtl.onse,
Memphis T-nnessee, proceed to sell, lo the
high- --t bidder, for casb, the followlne de
scrlb.t' property, to-wlt: Lying and being la
tbe county of Snelby.State of lennssee. and
In tbe 11th Civil District, nelns lot No. 11, on
the plan of sabdlvhlon of the Rutland 110
acro tract: said lot No. 11 is bounded as lol
lows: Beginning at the Interseclon of the
east side of Danlnp avenue with the south
side of the Memphis and harlenton Rslln aa
track; thence so thwardiy with the east line
of Dunlap avenue 2tl feet to astake; thence
east 20 feet, mere or Its, to tbe southwest coi
ner or kit No 4 ot said subdivision (the west
half of which is owned by M s. Curry);
thence along the west line of Mrs. Curry's hit
150 feet to the south line or the M. and C. R. R.
track: thence westwardlv alonv the south
sldeot s tld M.audC. R- K track ISO feet, moie
or less, to the beginning levied on as the
property of defendant, J.M. Williams, to sat
isfy said Judgment, interest aud COiW
aiempnis, jin day or ep!ember.lS7d.
C. L. ANDKR 'ON,
Bheriff of Hhelbv county, Tenn.
ByW. W.C leman. Deputy Sheriff.
T. B. Edglngton, Att'y tor plaintiff. te20
HANrEY 8ALK OF REAL KATE.
No. 521 :"hancery Conrt of Shelby county.
j.enuessee.-u. . nuntyn et ai., Admr s,
etc., vs. J. Newton Brown.
BY virtue of an lr.ienocutory decree for sale
ente-red lu tne above can.e on the lilih ilav
of June, 1K76, 1 will sell at public auc Ion, to
the hlgbest oldtler, tn front or the Clerk and
Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main
street, Memphis, Tennessee, on
Satnnlay, October 7, 1876,
within legal hours, the following described
Property, situated in Shelby connty, Tenn
elng a tract of lind known as lot No, 7 or be
snbdivlsl- n of tbe Big Creek plantation of
George L. Holmes, deceased, bought ny him
from A. B. C. Dubo, said lot No. 7 being
boundtd as follows, viz CommeiiCing at a,
wblteoakln tne Haleigh and CovlngM'n rn-'d,
and runs thence In a noitlierly direction
with tne meauderinis of s-Itl road about 70
chains to a stake In the southeast cornel of tot
No. e of said subdivision: thence ve-i fiS SO-lfV)
chains to a stake, tne nortnea t corner of itr.
No. 0; thence south 67 c alns; ti ence east to
the begtnn ng48 60 100 cbainn, cunlainlngobO
acres, more r less.
Terms of Hu e -On a credit of 7 an d 13 months ;
pnrchat era to gives notes with approved recti,
nty; lien retained till same are paid, and
equity of redemption arrtd.
This September 13, 1876.
EDMUND &. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By B. J. Black, Deputy C. and M.
Estes & Ellett. Attorneys sell
CHANIEUY is ALE OF HE1L ESTATE.
No.l225-Chsncery Court of Shelby county
Tennessee Joseph Fiannery vs. E. I. Hol
llban. BY vlrtne of an Interlocutory decree lor
sale, entered in the above cause oa tl
5th day of June, 1876,1 will sel,at publ'c anc
tlon, to the highest bidder. In front ofthti
Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Build
ing, Main street, Memphis, Tenn on
Saturday, October 21. 1676,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated In aheiby connty, Tenn.,
and In tbe city of Memphis, to wl. : Begin
ning at tbe point of Intersection or the west
line of lot 571 011 the map o. Memphis in thtj
s utli line of Maill5ori Hied, and running
thence south with said west line of lot 571.
li feet to the north line o the alley be
tween Madison and Monroe streets; Ibcncn
east wl h said north I ue of said alley 40 1 er.
to a stake; thence north on a lire parallel
with the west line of l-.t 571 lltfe4ilo tun
front line or Mai Ison street; thence west with.
Madison street 40 leet to the beginning in
cluding improvements, etc., ana be ng same
lot conveyed by R. C. Hrlnk'ey to E. J. t-olll-han
by deed Book 67, page 49'; and by Holll
han et nx. to L R. McKhi land, trustee Boot
S9. page 5HJ, Register's offlcy of "he! by county.
Terms of bale On a credit of seven (7;
months; purchaser to execute note with good
s'curity: l'en retained until same is paid;
tqultyof redemption barred.
This .September 29 ls76.
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Black. Denurv O and M.
J. A Taylor, L B McFailand, and Smith &
Collier, Attorneys. ge29
NOTICE Is hereby given, that by virtue ot
tbe provisions ot a certain Deed of Tru'rt
executed on the 13th day of December. 1872,
from Luke P. blackburn ar d Julia M Blacfc
burn to me as tru -tee. s-curing to AdarasA
Cockburn the payment ot ceualn indebted
ness mentioned therein, as the sime isof re
cord in Book K, 1572, on page 312 to 311 of tho
Records of Desha county, 1 will procee., on
Thursday, Ibe 2Sih or Orctmbtr, 176.
at the front door of the courthouse of Lesha
county, between the hours forjuuiclal sales,
to offer for sale, at public auction to tbe high
est bidder, for ca'h, the following real estate,
situated near Laconla, In Desha county, Ar
kansas, and described in salu Trust Ueed oh
follows: Parts of section's thirty and tulrty
one, in township seven (7) south, and range
two '2 east, and more particularly described
as follows: Commencing at the quarter sec
tion corner, between sections 31. T , k 2 K and
36, T7.R 1 E, and running north with said
township line to middle or Lake Klliamey or
to 'he po nt where said township and section,
line crosses said lake, or the slough leading;
thereunto; thence in a northeasterly direc
tion through tht, middle of said lake an J with,
tbe line established In a decree In tbe case of
Gaines et al vs. Johnson et al., recently ptnd
lng In the Desha Circuit Court, to the center
of a bayou or slough ltadina- out or said lake;
thence in a southeasterly direction down thn
middle ot said bayou or slough nd wit b said
established line to a point in said bayou or
slough where a prolongation ot tbe prlvatit
levee hereinafter described would cross said
bayou or slough; thence In a southerly di
rection until it strikes said p ivata teven near
tbe cistern-wells on said lands where a iilu
formerly stood; thence In a southwesterly di
rection by and with sa.d private levee to sabl
section line of 31 and 3b; thence noith w.tli
said section line to the place of beginning,
containing, by eetlmatlou, 165 acre or more,
and b- log the same laiv's conveyed by Cb -tries
Blackburn, Special Commissioner In Ch n
eery, to sail Julia M. Blackburn, by deed
dated December 6, lt72.
L. A FIND ALL, Trustee.
Waton, Ark., September 15. IS76. se2S
PS0BA1E COURT frALE OF LOT.
No. 22, R.D. In the Probate Court of Shelbr
county, Tennessee - ames A. AndenoB,
Adm'r, vs. Pollie Pointer et al.
BY virtue of a deciee for sale entered In thli
cause, I will sell, at public au'-tlon. tothsj
h.ghes bl'tdor. In front of tbe courthouse, oil
Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on
batnroay, Ociob-r at, 1V78,
within legal hours, the following describe!
real estate, situate and being in the city of
Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn., and Deln
tbe west half ot the east half of lot Nu. il
block 4. 'routine twenty and a ha f 120V51 eet
on the south side of Pontotoc street or tsiown'i
ave no and running bask sriuthardly oua
hnn'lreil ati'l flf v-elnht 1 1581 leet. more or less.
Xeriusnt a.o 5150 cash; bslaceon a eredtt
o' 6 and 12 months; pi r. basrrxecuilng notes
lor ueitr eii payuienis, anu a lieu will tie re
tained until a 1 tbn p'i chase money Is paid.
This Septemuer 19, 1876.
J tibii REILLY, Clerk.
T. M H. Rbett, unl forcomp'lt. .tfl3
.SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ES fA F.
IjUBLIO NOTICE IS HEREBY G VBf ,
I That by virtue of writ veudttinnt rn.ini
t me directed irom tne Honorable Pr-ibaM
Court o She by county, T nn , in theoasecf
J. M. Kralm vs. Mary T Will arus et al., iu e
ment rendered on the 6th . a . f Mrcu,IS7g.
for the sum of two hundred ami thirtv.v,.
dollars and s xty five cent-, with ini,e.est ami
costsot suit, to satisfy said Judgment, ete.,1 III
Monday, iu S.Ml Iny 01 uet b r, t76.
In legal hours, in fron' of the Courhonee,
Memphis. Tenn .proceed to sell, lo the h nli9r.
bidder, lor cash, the foilowlug described dtod.
erty,to-wit: Situate lying aud betu in tho
county of -he:by and State ot Tennessee, lu
oemg iota os. . anuL'oi ihe D mliosr rsubdt
vislon, as sbo n iu Minute N. page
County CouitCle.-k'sofflce; lot I begin attbe
r. cortier or original t-ac' tas'ake; ilieuen
N 85' W 1C0 chains 10 a ttibur ttn-nri. a op
ch-lnt 40 llnss to stak-: thence m kS," K k
o a ns 10 a s'nke au't he- li marked W.T.;
1U01H.0.. j r ji Lumnsi liHKtotne bexianiBic
I't2b Klu-at SK corner of 'ot 1 ihotum, T
W Si chsl ,s u a stake; th'nee S22 hatns
.uiiurcs manage; t.enceN85 1.94 -u luau.
a sinse. thence N 5 ESSrbal s50 1obi o th
betnniug. n.ntalnlrw 2.", acre an hxlnt m
lanne 8, section f, llth surveyoi's msirict.
I evied on as the prnpe-ty o ileiemtant, J M.
Fralm. to sa 1-lv -aid lnriirnent li luM iiiI
cost. Memphls,221 dn 01 t-eiem . r, 1ST.
C. L. ASDB- SON.
Sheriff of ubelby county. Teas.
By W. W. Coleman, Lenity sherirr.
J.N. Greer, Att'y for Plaintiff. oeStn
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