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TELE MEMPHIS DAILY APPBAL:-"WEDMiSDAY, JULY 25, 1877.
FINANCIAL. Tbe banks report onlv quietude and doll nee, witd no charge. We arenjtyet teel iag, practically, tbe effect of the ralral ri als, reeotitir hicii the St. Loui aivJ aayt: "Tin; serious railro,ul strike that are now TAttu.g are producing' paralysis in trade. While railroad property continue subject to mob rule, merchant and shippers will not risk ) wsc by forwanlinfr to distant lur.-keta; neither can Ui ea.t send iU goods to western market-;, liy Monday our live-stock trade wid b-' at a stand, thus UVprivinf? financial Circles of a portion ol" its receipts and ditibursemenU. Itanntr the early portion of the week now ended tiiore was a moderate iD'itiiry for dis count money la.s.l on jVouiug manufactur inir. ri ur Muipmi'nU e;it and south, corn south, lumber, and general southern supplies. Ta-day there was a f.tir demand for money on flour shipments south and east, but the character of discounting began to show change. Flour-mills in the city are running day and night, and therefore, if millers can not forward product, they will have to lie carried. All perishable . products, instead of being stiipei to destruc tion under mob violence, will remain at home, and merchants, instead cf getting money on bill ot laden, will be obliged to se cure it on warehouse receipts. The great un certainty now pervading the buineni com munities of ad the leading markets from St. Loui to New York, necessarily operates to check banking transactions, the beginning of which wa n alter lat Thursday." Ex change on New York and the eat auoted. par buying, ii premium selling; Falls Kiver, par; New irleaus X discount selling, buying at par. Th-: limited; sales of cotton keep the supply of exchange within small limits, but the demand is small also. Of the recent Uuctuit.ion in fold, an eich.inje paper re marks: "There have been evidences of an advancing inclination in the premium, under the instance of manipulations connected wuh the troa;iry funding operation. Foreign ex change has cad oif, sterling bills closing ( lc lower, making a fail ot at least 2o in the last tortnight. The latter is occasioned p.irtly by the liberal subscriptions in Ktropc to the 4 per cenU , and by the large produce expoits recently, which have crowded the tonnage at the ports and advanced the scuta of foreign freights. In the mean while a very dull and easy feeling has con tinued to prevail in foreign money markets." The New York Bulletin, of Saturday, reports: "New Yoik exchange was quoted to-uay as follows at tbe places named: Charleston easy; (i.J-lri premium; premium. Mew Or leans commercial, par'il-16 premium; bunk, A premium. Cincinnati easy; buying pur: s'-lTuiir, 1-1'. St. Louis iiO premium. C'liiea.'O 1-I discount." Uold closed high er, luV in New York; here, 104.,'OJ 104;. Nothin t of interest reported in our local mar ket. BY TELEGRAPH. TARIS, July 24. Rente. 107f. 50c. .NEW ORLEANS, July 24. Gold, 105 'riu.i"u. xew lum kiriiu : prcmiuiii bU-iling exchange, bankers' bills, LOXIXJX, July 24. Consols for money and on account, 51?: 5-20s of 1865, IQifi; do. l)o7, 1U6: 10-40, 110; new 5s, WHi New Yoik Central, 9; Erie, 1; Erie pre!irred, 17; Illinois Central. 6!r- NEW YORK, July 24. Money, 2(34 per ceut. on call Prime mercantile paper, 3 .'.per cent. Customs receipts, ttw.000. The assistant treasurer disbursed $116,000. Clear ing. f-'W.OlM.iAW. Produce exports for the week, irti.l-'l.OOO. Sterling steady; actual business, long, 4So.; short, 47. Gold opened at 10-V-t and closed at 105.?, with all sales of the day at these figures. Sorrowing rates 2, 'A and 2 per cent, per annum flat; tina!ly.l-64 per cent, per diem. Silver at London, 54 H-ltfJ per ounce; here, silver bars, 1211s greenbacks, HT gold; silver coin, j (t li discount. Governnn-nt bonds firm; cou pons of 1124f; do. 1(k, new, 10C2; do. Ir"i7, 109; do. 1&"S 1 1 1 ; new 5s, 1 1 1 ; new 4,3, 1H' i ; new ii. lOT. l4' ; 10-4CM. registered.l ! 2i do. coupons, 1 12 : cairency be, 121$. State securities quiet; Tennessee 6s, old, 4)5; Tennesfaee bV, new, 44; Virgiam Cs, old, SO; Viririnia 6s, new, HO; Missouri 6s. 10G. Railroad bonds lower. The stock market w heavy and lower in consequence of the rail-' road strikers. The decline ranges from to 2' percent., the closing quottions leing generally the lowest point ot the day. The transactions aggregated 145.573 shares, of which 21,000 were New York Central, 25,700 Lake Shore, 10,000 North western, 11,800 lloek Island. 21,503 St. Pauls. 3000 Dela ware and Hudson canal, lti,:X) De'iare, I.ackawanna and Western, 10,000 Michigan Central, 4000 Illinois Central, 4000 Morris and Essex, and 13,0(X Western Union. The following were the closing quotations: Western Union telegraph, 61?.'; Quicksilver, l.i; Quicksilver preferred, 22j ; Pacific Mail, 1'B; Mariposa, 16; Mariposa preferred, 2I1; Adams Express, 95 4; Wells & Fargo Express company, 81; American Express company, 44; Lnited State Exprest com pany, 40; New York Central, 9J; Erie, 7l4; Erie preferred, IS; llarlem, 37Ji i Har lem preferred, 37; Michigan Central, 40 j; Panama, !6; Union Tacihc stock, 03; Lake Shore, 4; Illinois Central, 54; Cleve land and Pittsburg. 75; Northwestern, 18X; Northwestern prtferreJ, 456; Cleveland, Columbus. Cincinnati and Indianapolis, 23; New Jersey Central, 10; Rock Inland, 90; St. Paul, 20; St. Paul preferred, 50: Wa bash, 3; Foit Wayne, H5; Terre llaute, 4f; Terre llaut preferred, 11; Chicago and Alton, W6; Chicago and Alton preferred, 104; Ohio and Mississippi, 1; Delaware, Iackawanna and Western, 384 ; Atlantic ana Pacific telegraph, 196; Missouri Pacific, Chicago, Burlington and (juincy, S7if; Uanmbal and St. Joe, 11W; Central Pacific bonds, Tii; Union TaciGc bonds, 5J$; Union Pacific land grante, Union Pacific sink ing fund, 90. m COTTON. Liverpool telegrams had a better look yes terday for deliveries; sellers were asking l-32i higher, but New York declined l-16c; this, however, was regarded as a consequence of the railway troubles, and not likely to be permanent. In out- market there was a gen eral indifference to operate while transit dif ficulties are so formidable, and the two hun dred bales sold were all taken by one buyer; some telegraphing is going on about uiolheir lot or two. Among the spot sales at New York, yesterday, was one of 3000 bales for export to Russia. Our market closed quiet at unchanged quotations, lira Texas bale of new cotton, received on Monday by James & Son, was io!d by auction yeaterday, and bought by Hartmut Sc Co. at l&apound. Or.tlnnry (rood onlluniT nilUdilntf Ml.l Uliin uouti uiuaiiiig Wkilt 10 11 !,(- Nfnrket closed ouiet. Sales were 200 bales all to spinners. Ciean stained cotton, 10i(fllc COTTON STATEMENT. Cotton Excbakgk, July 34. Slock SptembTl. 1R7H.... Hwlvrl since last stateuient Kecetml prevloUBly 5.403 140 3K2.40H 382.54rt 3H7,4l 37P.OU HiHtx',1 s'.nre la.nl sUilcnient... t-uu ll lievloualy 37Vi,iHn Slock (ruiii'.lnx accounts IMl'OBTS. Thus f.ir this week Thus fur Is erfc bluce beileiuher 1st MmiliU ntnl Charleston railroad Mirli'il ud Tennessee ratlrond fU-'l!HTH Wim and uUir ourcf3 To', li receipts to-day EXPORTS. Thus far tills week Thus tit last werk , Since SeiUmlwr 1st 8.340 2SM 174 ....S82,iV4rt 10 r 115 10 ,140 r 70H 1M7 .379,000 BY TEL KO It A PIf. The following are the official Helograms of l':ie eonlition of the domestic markets as re- r -ivej bv the ottoa exchange: fti'sm..1. ii .IwMon. ... Nht Ofle.uia. l;li!l9 fviv.i niah ... t'!i rilra .. UHmliiKloa . N .i-f. IaUl:nere ... ,Nr ik H'-lon I'DILnlelpbla SI. Luuls AuKU-ta Vesterilay'j lcw York closing telegram ro vrts: Uramary, 10 l't-16'': irood ordinary, 11 7-lDe; low middling. lljc; middling, 1 '''e; good middlincr. lllc. Tone A the uiailtet: At 10: SO, steiJy; 12:15, easy; 2JO sVady. l-16c lower; J:15, steady. Sales, 4l: bale. Tbe following are th closing rates in New York future for yeterday and day before. 2jiy htorr. Tl-MfTlLSo" ll.i!Krll.il U.KifrlI.h2 12 Vi.Vr 1-.''?I2'4 V'AKirf lilO ll.r4rt 11.4'). ll.4ltm.4J J.initirr Kfbm.irf March July AUKHt S.l;rniber..... OUilier November.. ... UvcniLirr 1 1. rectus U.tir.r? I l.rt7 11.77?ll.xO "r.'.'-M l'2.oi(? i i.o7 ll.tU'lll.t ll .:t7i ll-w lone of the mark-4: 10:15, stea-ly; lliJO, miet and hrm; 1::J0, easier; 2::55, barely traAv: stendv. S.iles. 21.000 bales. I i.UXt if i I J '' I HirL.U lLe'tt&ilrt. MidMing. I Pull. 4 ii ilnaettve. tV 118 Nirtliiu?. . .Vij 11'4 yuir. 1H IHj UtiteL '2."ii 11-, firm. Irtl Ills wii-t. a5i ilis lull 12 iv-ui ftvif 1 rn 7i i Finn. 7 Ill Inchd. ,Vli lUi firm. i: i 11-a New Orleans closed dull and easy at llgC J for middling. Receipt. 1;6 b des; sale, 350 Uuea. Ytterdny's Liverpl closing telegram re Dcrts: Cotton easier: middlir.ir upland. 6"d; Chmns. 6 161. Slts Htt) b..1es, 6)50 of vhich was American. Receipts,i.'5,0,-0 UJe, of which 10,0u0 was American. Liverpool arrivals opened with sellers unk ing higher; July-Angust. 6 5-1C1; August September, 6 5-16J; Septerob.'r-Octolter, C,?d. At the close arriral were steady. 1'be movement at the ports was reported as fol lows: i T'.M Wfek. I Ui't Yiar. Wtik. Kec't since Krlilny Kip'tnlod. Britain Kx 'U to ConUnent tiiix. 1 I 1.721 :.o-4 2l.4i'.i GENERAL .TKADE. The market was very dull yesterday; the railroad troubles, though not immediately affecting transit about us, cause an uneasi ness that is not favorable to trade. Corn was in small offering with little inquiry, and was not as strong as on the day before; sale of 160 sacks shelled at 60c, 125 sacks of ear corn at 5Hc. Oats, nothing doing. Branwjjt weaker, $13 50 was offered and refused; the rains supply pleuty of grass, decreasing the need for Wan, while the mills west are grind ing night and day, thus increasing the supply. Hag quiet at $10c16 for new. Wheat was in small receipt and unchanged : sales of 30 bushels at $1 05 and 2) Lu.sheis at f 1 10 Cornmeal was lower; 150 barrels sold arly at $2 &5, the prevalent rate was $2 SO. J'ota toes quiet, in shipping ordec $2. Onions in plenty at $2 50(3 25. Ajipte little doing, 50(j75c a barrel measure, very good $1. CalAtage, 50( 75c a dozen for good. Eggs sold iu the morning at 12(312)0, but later in the day 12c was the rate, and some in poor order sold at llfitlljc. Hat ter quiet. lQf'22c; some superior couutry butter sold at 'Ate. t'hicJ.ens were perhaps a shade better than the day before, but they were very low and weak: some very small sold as low as 75c a dozen; rates were gener ally $1 25(i2; a fewveiy pnllcto brnxkt 3 2.'., fmd coop of extra hens, $2 50. Oranges, $7(S8. Lemons, f S9 rer box. Cocoanuts, $4 a hundred. Peanuts, 4c per pound for red, 5c for white. Peacfos, ij'-bushel boxes, 3550c. Honey, 12(3 14c. Stock jteas, f 1 75 per bushel. Tomatoes, $1 50 a bushel. Pears, 5075c a box. Plains, $1 1 75 a bushel. Grapes, 1 75 2 a crate of 24 small boxes. The St. Louis Republican, of Monday, re ports potatoes as low as $ 1 a barrel, and adds: "The descent of an article so univer sally consumed as potatoes from $2 per bushel to $1 per barrel would be, it niust be con fessed, a tremendous tumble, yet that tumble has already occurred. Large quantities of "potatoes are now arriving by wagon in the city and selling as f 1 per barrel measure. A barrel may be roughly stated at two and a half bushel. Consequently the price is forty cents per bushel, a price which is amply remuner ative. With the appliances now in vogue, potatoes, on sandy loam, may be produced at a coct of not exceeding 15c per bushel. On this kind of soil 350 to 400 bushels per acre is not a large yield, and all tbe labor can be done by horses and plows, except the picking np. Consequently 25c per bushel, or 65c per brl would be a fair price." The same paper states: " "It ia believed by ex perienced operators in wheat who are in direct communication with' the large growers that after enough has been threshed and marketed to pay the harvesting expenses, taxes and store bills the amount forwarded to market will be greatly lessened unless prices advance considerably above what they are present." This expectation is based upon the present and prospective high price of wheat in Europe; breaking ban ks has caused the richer tanners to invest in the crop of the poorer; the reduced stock and sharp demand in England; bread is dear in England. California, India, Turkey, Russia and France are not to be relied upon for tbe usual amount furnis hed to Great Britain and the home crop now nearly ready to harvest is below the average in quantity and quality. Merchants' Wholesale Cash. Prices. OHmnber of Commrr i OJRciai Statement. "Wheat No. 2, $1 10; No. 3, $1; No. 4, 90c. Ficr Quiet; superfine. $8(7: double extra, 7 257 75; treble extra, $7 758 25; cjoice family, 25; fancy, 9(9 50 per brl. Cornmeal Kiln-dried, 3 10(3 15 pet brl. Cokk Mixed, 65(i67c; white, 65&3o per bushel. Oats Weak; mixed, 5052c; wb:?, 5u 57c per bushel. Brak Firm, fll 05. Hat Firm, stock light; choice western, 17(320; prairie, nominally. 310; mixed, $15(816 per ton. Bacon (Loose) Firm; shoulders, G Gc; long clear sidfes, 8c; clear rib sides, 8H8?ic; clear tldes, 8 c; breakfa.st.10 10gc; Busr-cured hamo, uncanvased and canvased, llj (S12c; packed, higher. Mess Pork Mess pork, light, fl4; mess pork, heavy, $15(315 50; rump pork, i12. Lard In tierces, 10c; in kegs, 10?(9llc; half barrels. 10KlWc; pails, Ucillc Baling Stcfks Firm; bagging, 2 and 2 lb, 13('13Hc; baling twine, 13(3 14c; iron ties, per bundle, $2 50. MifKEREi Half linrrela. n. 1 . &7 ITtfib 7 50; half barrels, No. 2, $6 25(16 50; halt barrels No. 3, f5 50; kits, No. 1, 1 50; ki!a, No. 2, 1 25; kits, No. 3, 1 10. White Fish Half barrels, &. Coffee Ordinary, 19X'20c; fair, 21c; good, 22c; prime, 23c; choice, 24c; Java, 27 g:c; Cordova, 21(22c. Rice Ordinary to choice, 78c. Sugar Louisiana (In hhds) Fair, 10c; fully fair, lOJc; prime, lOWc; choice, Ho j yellow clarified, llc; white clarified, 12jc; barreled, z higher. Suoar REFINED-Refined A,12122c; crushed and powdered, 13if13Jc; granu lated, I3J4C; cut loaf, 13c. Molasses Common, 45c;iair, 50c; prime, 55c; strictly prime, 58c; choice, 60c. Syrups Common to fancy, 45caf 1. Salt Coarse and common fine, per brl, $1 50; dairy, in brls, $2 753; Liverpool, coarse, sacks, $1 251 30; Liverpool, line, sacks, 50. Soap Resin and German, 56c; Lat ting's, 5(3 6c. Casdlks Boxes, full weight, 15c; half boxes, 15Jc; quarter boxes, 16c. Starch 4Mc Whisky 85c(4. . Limit f 1 35(31 50. Cement Louisville, 2 25; Robedale, $2 75. Esculents and Fruits Apples, nom inally.per brl,l2 50; lemons, per boy, fS50 (9 50; oranges, $6 50(36; potatoes, new, 1 502; cabbage, per crate, $3(29; on ions, new, $3(34; beans, per bushel, f2 2 75; dried apples, 6c. Miscellaneous Butter western table, choice, 20(22c; butter, country, 1015c; eggs, 7c; nails, per keg, f'2 652 75; vine gar, per gallon, lS25c; tobacco, per lb, 43 (390c; spice, 13c; pepper, 20c; sardines, 15; oysters, 1 lb, 70c$l; oysters. 2 lb. 125 1 75; coal-oil, 20c; matches, $6 50(6 75; cot ton rope, 17(18o;'grass rope, ll)i12c; powder, kegs, 6 35; shot, patent, 2 25; soda, kegs, 4(i5c; soda, cases, 5(a6c; new raisins, $2 25. IUY TELEGRAPH NEWORLEANS.July 24. Cornmeal dull, held at $3 10. Bulk meats moderately active and higher; shoulders, ba(aijc. LOUISVILLE, July 24. Flour . dull. Wheat quiet on account of shipping facili ties. Corn dull and nominal, --:, 5c. Outs inactive, :B(i 35c. Hay dull, 0w 12. Pork dull. Bulk meats stronger, 5,1, 7ra7c. Bacon steady, 6, K.20(i!.50c. Sugar cured hams stronger, lO'llc. Lard st?adv. Whisky, $1 07, Lagging steady, 135( 13ic. CHICAGO, July 24. Flour steady. Wheat dull, weak, irregular and heavy; Uo. spring, fl ,W cash, 1 VWM September. 1 1 i i . ,i . i vAjru uubuicien out generally ijwer, i ,"4C. Oats quiet and weak, 2S,1.e. " Pork lower aid heavy, fl:j 10 cash; '35 SeptemW. Lard in fair demand at lower rates, 8.80c cash, 9.09;-c September. Bulk meats steady. Whisky, $1 08. Sccon.l Board. Atlhe close wheat ,'4 (3JtC higher. Corn i..gher, 48c July, 4;i 4S'bC September. Oate, 28Vc. Pork higher, $13 75 August, $14 50 September. Lard higher, 8.29,(rt 3.'J5c August. CINCINNATI. July 24. Flour steady. Wheat dull and lower to sell; red, $1 2UC 1 ISO. Corn dull, 40(3 Sc. Oata firmer, 34 40e. Pork nominal. Lard steam, nominal ; kettle, 10y lOc. Bulk meats inactive; held at 5!,, 7Jtf, 7ic with Ho less bid. Bacon scarce and firm. 6, 8, i$H(dc. Whisky, 1108. Butter steady. Uogs quieL Trade is generally restricted by limited shipping facilities. ST. LOUIS. July 24. Flour very dull. Wheat better: No. 2 rej, 1 :io hid cash; No. 3 red, fl 25(31 26. ca.h; 1 14& 1 20, Augut; 1 16(51 September. Corn opened higher, but nuctuiUed a good deal, 46 if to45c; July, 4 ' to 45, down to 43;c; now, 45(g45Jc Angnst. Oats dull. 27c July. Rye no sales. Pork better; small loU fl3 40 cash, f 13 60 September. Bulk meats- nothing doing. Hogs receipts very light, scarcely anything doing. NF.W YORK. July 24. Flour firm, with a moderate business; superfine western and I &tat, fi 25(5 75; St. Louis, f6(10 25. firmer and closing easier; wto'eni, at i3. Corn firm and f.iirlv active, closinir firm: steam, mixed. C2(63c. O.'.U higher; mixed western and State, -tO Cotree qniet and steady: Rio, car-roes, lGc gold; jobbing at 16a21ic arold. Sug-.ir quiet; prime, Oic; refined, 1 1 A: 1 1 ;c. Molasses quiet; Porto Rico, 45c. Pork easier, fl4 :-KKtl4 40. Middles firmer. 7V(nr Lard firm. 9.45.'5t9.K)c. Mutter hr u; western, 10'20c. V)c Whisky, 1 15. Cheese steady, 5( DRY GOODS. I BY TELEGRAPH . NEW YORK, July 24. Business was very quiet, owing to the railroad strikes, which, prevent the transportation of merchandise from the city by rail. Cotton goods were quiet and steady at unchanged prices. Woolen goods were in light demand, but firm. Flan nels were in steady request. Foreign goods continue dull. KIVER NEWS. Weather and HIvers. The weather is threatening, and we are in for more rain. The nvers are getting along; peacefully, and that's more than we can say of the railroads. However, we will let that pass. The table and dispatches below give the latest particulars about the rivers at all points: 0T1CSionai. SSKVICSOl!. r. s. A., 1 Mkmpbih, July 24. 1877. t Above low j Changes, water. j -1 nine i rmi Feet. Inches Indies Inches Cairo Cincinnati . ... Davenport. Dubuque Helena, Ark Kwkuk Lcaveuwortli Little Kock Loulsrllle. UempUlaw tii.vnie New Orleans Pittsburg Sbreveport. St. Louis. fickslmrg 21 H -1 23 13 r 10 5 14 18 S 7 4 10 11 4 11 i 28 Below hUth water mark ot 1874 LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. A heat ui:-r "M, opening nrrt Time. Bar. Ther Wind. JJjj Weather. 6:48 am. .'10.0SW 72 N. 02 Cloudy. 8v4:i p.m. ;t(.0M 83 W. 0 Cloudy. 10.-08 p.m. 30.073 75 N.E. 92 Lt rain. Maximum thermometer, 83 (leg. Minimum thermometer, 70 des. W. M KLKO V. Sergeant SUb Bex., U.S. By Telearraph. Nev? Orleans, July 24. No arrivals or departures. Weather rainy. Little Rock, July 24. River falling very slowly, with 5 feet by the gauge. Weather cloudy. Louisville, July 24. Weather cool and cloudy, with occasional rains. River 5 feet 3 inches in the canal, and falling, Vicksbuko, July 24. Weather raining since noon. Thermometer 82 deg. River fell 11 inches. Up: Golden City. Arrived: Belle Memphis. Cincinnati, July 24. River nisng. Light rain. . . .Night River 8 feet 2 inches, and about stationary. Partly cloudy and warm. Arrived: Parker, Memphis. Evansytlle, Joly 24. Weather cloudy and rainy. Mercury 72 to 74 deg. River 7J feet and falling, Up: James W. Gaff, Mem phis. Down : Andy Baum, Cincinnati. Busi ness light. Cairo, July 24 Noon. Arrived; Biar ley, St. Louis. 0 a.m. Departed Future City, midnight. Weather cloudy and cool.. .-. Night Arrived: John Dippold, New Orleans,, 1 p.m.; John Gilmore. Memphrj, 2 p m.-j Charles Morgan, Cincinnati, r0 p.m. Dis parted: Dippold, Ohio rive., 4 p.m.; Port Ivids, New Orleans, 6 D.m River 91 fef. and stationary Weather e1. .oudy. Mercury, 82 ucgrees. Hovemej:ta at tbe Ievee. ARRIVALS. John B. M'.;Ude, Vicksburg; City of Vicks burg, St. .jouis; Maumelle, Arkansas liver; Hard Oh, White river. DEPARTURES. City ot Vicksburg, Vicksburg; John B. .tlau'le, St. Louis; Maumelle, Arkansas river; Mark Twain, St. Francis river. IN PORT. Hard Cash, Vint Shinkle. BOATS DUE. Don-n Osceola Belie. Up Coahoma, Phil Allin. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Cincinnati Vint Shinkle, James Ken niston, master, five p.m. Ashport Osceola Belle, J. G. Andrews, master, five p.m. Vicksburg Phil Allin, Mark R. Cheek, master, five p.m. White River;--Hard Cash, Ed C. Postal, uiauter, five p.nu Friars Poikt Coahoma, Stack Lee, mas ter, five p.m. K-eiit Yesterday. The Maumelle brought out of Arkansts river 15 bales cotton, 502 sacks cotton-seed, 21 bags wool, 24 pkgs honey, 20 pkgs sun dries. City of Vicksburg 396 brlsHour, 800 brls meal, 10 brls pork, 1C casks bacon, 453 pails lard. 200 brls bagging. 83 pkgs butter, 5 coops chickens, 6 boxes eggs, 193 pkgs sundries. ibe Hard Uasn brought out ot wnite river 12 bales cotton, 222 sacks corn, 28 sacks oats, 77 sacks wheat, 6 coops chickens, 1 steer, 2 horses, 1 buggy, 30 pkgs butter, 4 boxes eggs, 22 pkgs sundries. Levee Paxacrftplv. Business moderate. We can manage to keep wa'nu now. The moon seems to be ploying a wet en gagement. The Uard Cash handled forty passengers on the last trip. Captain Thomas J. Darrngh went out :i command of the Maumelle yesterday. Captain tucks and Alt txnssom were p. sengers down on tne Uity ot Vicksburg terday. The b. b. and s. s. excitement appears to bo slowly petering out, the advantage in fa- ; vor of the latter. I The Maumelle, for Arkansas river, and the Mark Twain, for St. Francis, both got away yesterday with moderate trips. The Charles Morgan, Captain Albert Stein, will pass down to-morrow. Her agents have not yet notified us of the hour. The threatening weather prevented the " come-off " of the moonlight picnic on the Vint Shinkle, about which, there was a little talk yesterday. Several of the crew of the ill-fated Golden Rule passed up on the Thomas Sherlock Mon day night, en route home. Tbe piano and a lot of turniture was also aboard. The John B. Maude -passed np for St. Louis at live o'clock yesterd?.y evening. She had a good passenger trits and added about two Hundred sacks wheat at the elevator. The City of Vicksburg added about sixty tons of inisaellaneou s freights at the elevator yesterday, the bulk, of which was for Helena. She left tor Vicksbnirg about one o'clock. The. Osceola Belle, Captain J. G. Andrews in Command, is the packet this evening at fir e o'clock for Ashport and all way land ings. B. O. Michell will be found in her olhse. The Coahoma, Captain Stack Lee on the roof, is the regular packet this evening at five o'clocK for Helena and Friars Point. Ed Thomas, Jimmy Thomas and Billy Sinithers are her clerks. The officers of the Hard Cash report White river falling fast from bead to mouth. A slight rise was caused in Black nver hy heavv rains last week, but was wasted in the rapid decline in the White. The Pbd Allin. Captain Mark R. Cheek on deck, is the regular packet this evening at five o'clock for Vicksburg and all way land ings. Rees Reebe is her clerk, assisted by Joseph Speers and Uajri Sullivan. The Hard Cash, Captain Ed C. Tostal in 1. is the remi lax racket for all Doints on White river, connecting with the Alberta at Jacksonport tor liitesville, this evening at five o'clock. Charkd M. Postal and John Chamberlain are hex attentive clerks. A neirro roaster was drowned off the Mau melle at the Bainkhead place, on Arkansas riv it. last Sundav night, lie feu overtoard as the boat was. lying at the bank, und every effort was irai'ie to rescue him without suc cess. His name was Alex. Duncan, and he fbippec from this port. The Robert Mitchell arrived at West. Louis ville Saturd av on one wheel, being eleven day" s out fro m New Orleans. She will lay np for the sum mer, and undergo a thorough re pairing. S ihe had bad luck on her last trip. She burned, two boilers going down , burnt t cylinder-hrad, and burned two bcUers con inz ut. and onlv used one wheel. The Vi-at Shinkle. "Captain Kenniston, is the Cincinnati packet this evening. Persons contemplating a trip to eastern citi l will be uleased to koow thut special rates, are made riVi Ciniannaai to New Viirk for twenty-five dollars and a half, while those to fhiladel- phia are on: dollar less. W. F. il'Intyre ia chief clerk and will tell voa all about it. The James W. Gaff aives here lor Cincin nati next Saturday, giv jpg through paseen ger rntes east on the shortest and pleasantest rou.es by rail from Ci'iciun.iti. 1 he lare to New York is twent3-Sve dollars and a half, and to Philadelphia twenty-four and a hall. Captain R. W. Wise and Chief-Clerk J. D. Moore will make tbe trip to Cincinnati su perbly comfortable. From out the 4idark backward and abysm of time," eo far as we personally have cogni zance thereof, there comes to us a sometime memory of the days when, with oper niouthed wonder, we drank in with what of ecstasy we were cap-.ble, the Her old melo dies, as sung by the nneiiltuied, but still sym pathetic darkey, of "ye old estate." One of these comes faintly to in jtift now, which we deemed a veritable rattler, and ending with a grand chorus, something thusly: 1 h! railroad tmbbel nm a Klttln" nil de go. 'Cause Ue bowbeet, de steamboat, dej go so Iinty slo'." But if we were to reproduce "de ole him" at the present time, it would probably need patching up and revamping, to chime well with modern evolutionary catastrophism into something thuswise: "Oh! railroad tmbbel am a ' all de go, 'Cause da hossboat. de steamboat mtlo vnc "dough der i a lillU- slo." and then full chorus de; gibs us hal a sho'l" LEA & PJERRINS' CELEBHATED PBOHOONCKU BY KITHACT ot a lkttbb frem a KEDICAL 8IHTLI man at Madras to hi brother at Worcester, Mar, I80I: " Tell Lea Pwt rims that their Sauce Is hlghlr entwined In Imita, and Is lc my opinion the most palatable, as well as tbe most wholesome Sauoe that is made.' OOMROBSKCBa TO Bl THS OX1.V HOOD B SAUCE," lf And applicable tollTisPIEWj vbry TRim or man. Worcestershire Sauce PREMIUM AWARDED AT CKNTXXNIAL FOB 1st. " Excellent Taste." 2nd. " Very Carefully Prepared. BiGNATUftX Is on EVERY BOTTLE. JOHN DUXCAX'S SOXS, HEW YORK CAUTIOX. Xotice Certificate Lost or Mislaid. STATE OP TENNESSEE Shelby county Before me, S. B. Bobbins, a Justice of the peace, In and for the county and State aforesaid, personally appeared Miles Owen, administrator of B. M. McAl pine, deceased, who, being duly sworn, made oath and deposeth and sayetb, that Certificate No. 847. for twenty shares of Charleston Railroad Stock, is lost or mislaid; and application will b-i made for duplicate certificate after tbiee weeks publication of this certificate and notice. MILES OWEN, Administrator. Sworn to artd subscrijed before me. this 14th day of June. 1877. S. B. BOBBINS, Jtil 5 daw Justine of tbe Peace for Shelby Co. REAL ESTATE FQH. SAT .E. THK cheapest and best bargains In real estate that have ever been oflered In the State of Ten nessee. I will sell from 1 TO 500 ACRES OF LAXD, Just outside the city limits of Memphis, and located lust In the rent place to ;lit place tor Cotton, Woolen and other factories. Or I will seil HALf-ACKE LOTS, at bottom prices, to those who wish to build resi dences, and have homes of tlielr own. I mean ex actly what I say. Ten new houses are already built and occupied, and several n.ore will be built soon. THE STRIET-CAR niiknrfHnd rmmliiA to MttMiiI their road to these val- ii able erounds lust so soon as the population be- Cannes sumcieni 10 jushij mo imui i which cannot be very far oil. Alto, I will sell or leas e. for a term of fears, a splendid Market Garden, with two hundred Wbed sash, at bottom figures. ri.n - ariah m .urcliHse must " strike while tbe Iron 1 hot." or they will lose the best bargain ever olleret'i. Title 1krfect. Appiyioo. n. inujic, on the premises, or to in CONAWAT. Beal Estate Agent, Ho. 8 Madison street. Memphis. ATTOJKNEYS-AT-I.AW. M. I. Ii. Sf EWABT, SOLIOITOB AND ATTORN EY-AT-LA Wt Office Xo. 31 Poplar Street, Mempbl - ITILL practice In the Courts ef Law and Chai V V cer In West Tennessee and North Mlsslsls iifipt, anc ;lve special attention to collections, ocn WTweinr em 2aEIJAL. ITKIVEUSITY. University of Louisiana NEW ORLEANS. Medical Department. FACCIiTV : A. H. CENAS, M.D.,Emeritus Professor oi u-ieieincs. T. G. BIC3ABDSON, M.D., Piofessor of Burgery. SAMUEL M. BEMISS, M.D., Professor of Medicine. STANFORD E. CHATLLB, M.D., Professor of Physi ology. JOSEPH JONES, M D., Professor of Chemistry. SAMUEL LOGAN, M.D., Professor of Anatomy. ERNEST S. LEWIS, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics. JOHN B. ELLIOTT, M.D., Professor or maw ALBERT bImiLES, M.D.,Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Forty-Fourth r Annual lustrnctiOB Coarse ol In this Department will commence on MONDAY, November 12. 1K77, and terminate on the second Saturday or Marcn, l i . rreiimininT iw" Clinical Medicine and Surgery will be delivered in th. amn hantpf nr inn i.rwtt Lnanir junuiu, i,,nin ii tho 'MUti nf October, without any charge. The anatomical rooms will be opened at the same time. The members of the Faculty are visiiing pny slclans and surgeons to tne uuamy mwinuii, give Instructions aauy at me peusiue m w nvo - .1 .iiMntnMMi AfTfrded in ruLa b 1110 iiiumiwu " . 1 . ,, New Orleans for a thorough acquaintance with all the branches of medicine are quite as great as, if not A tkn.a nfTarAii kr thfl ftP.hOolil Of NeW lOnt and Philadelphia, the same fees are derailed. For all the Lectures 14U; maincuiwiuii, ; tlcal Anatomy. S10: Graduation, 8J0. Payment required in advance. Foi or circular and catalogue address rl eod T. a. R1CHBD3Q.. M P.. Dean. CIIAXCERY SALES. CHAACEKY SALE OF BEAL EST ATI. No. 1915. R. Chancery Court of She-iby couny. Tennessee. . a. amis, Aumr w l.. amwi - n. .irtno r an ln'terlocutorr decree for sale, en n ih shnm raiisM Mar 11. 1876. ana re- wi T..ir 1 1 inii .iniv ir. 1877. 1 will sell, .. . ..wfinn trt ihA VilihMt bidder. In front 01 tne uienana muwrs uuwo, v,mww Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Matardsr, Anxnst 5. 1S7T, arithin iAn.i hnnrn. the foil owl nff described -vroperty. situated m Shelby eon. . Tenn., and In the city ot u ,.7t. a i nf mflinil i.scnbea in a deed ot partition made between Louis Amis and Thomas A. Fisher, dated July 1H, lWtto: BejnnlDg .1 nnlnl nn th. tl nldff of Attains Street .(O fet west ot a stake, which stake Is Uje northwest corner of Bolger s lot.an-1 is 15 leet -westward from tbe most western corner of Bulger's house; thence ' west wards with tbe south line of Adams street HI feet to a stake; thence south 10 deg we.it. at right-angles with Adams street. 15tf feet W tbe beginning, being the eastern one-half of the lot of grtund conveyed hw w 8 RniM xml Wm. laik. executors of James Boyd, deceased, to Louis Amis, Jr.. ami T. H. Fisher. MM4it ..f .i nirt tmiivA ih nnd 19t mrmths. In equal Instalments, with Interest from date. Cor which note with approved security will be required; Men retained Ull same are paid, etc This July 24. 187. . E. A. COLE, Clerk, ana jusier. B. J. Black. Deputy Cleric and Master. Jaraagln de Fraysar, au4 Smith It LpUler, AU ys. COTTON-TIE. THK Gi (Mi-Tic First 1'rAniinm Awarded by the Texas State Fair, the Cele brated "Arrow-Tie" be ing one of its Com petitors. TN ottering to planters the GRIP-TIE. the follow tnir ndvantaeea are claimed for it: Slinnllcltv of application, greater strength, both of the He and of the Band, close adjustment and freedom from slip, which prevent any expansion of tbe bale, and the lDipomlMllty of removing the Band wltumit cutting u. The afford of the HIGHEST PREMIUM by the Teas State air to the GRIP-TIE over the Arrow and all other competitors. Is simply an Indorsement of the opinion exprnwo h all planters who have used It, as can be shown by letters uni iMtuiniM In our possession. Arrangements have been made for the manufac ture of Bands of superior quality and in sufficient quantity to supply any demand, and for tbe present the price will be S 51) per budle, ot thirty Bands each. The recent reduction In the price of ties was prob ably due to the competition of the GRIP-TIE, and as w ofer a superior article at the same price, we trust cfe.iiers and consumers will recognize our claim to a fair share of patronage. J. It. OIWIN CO, Asients, Memphis, Tens. J. U. IiAFITTK A. CO, General Agents, TVew Orleans. I.a. msSOLUTION. DISSOLUTION. THE partnership heretofore existing between Root. Fletcher and vv. E. Bayner, under the firm name of Fletcher Bayner, Is this day dis solved by mutual consent. W. E. Rayner will settle up the business of tbe late Arm, and will be found, for the present, at No. 850 Main street. All parties Indebted to us are requested to call and settle. Par ties having claims against tbe Arm will please pre sent them for payment at an early day. BOBT. FLETCHER. July 1 8. 1877. W. E. BAYNER. jLAND titles. V. B. WADDELL, Atlorney-at-Law, General Land Agent AND Proprleter of the Abstract of Land Titles in Tunica county, Mississippi. Look to your land titles. I have now complete, a perfect Abstract of Titles of all lands In Tunica county, Miss., as lt was before portions of the same were taken for Tate and Quitman counties. This Abstract shows that there are very few perfect titles la Tunica county. Many of them are utterly defective, and there are scarcely any that are not clouded by tax-titles. In some Instances I find that valuable plantations, about tne titles of which the holders nave enter tained no doubt, are held by titles that would avail nothing before a court, either in prosecuting or de fending a suit in ejectment. The defects In thete titles may generally be cured if they are ascertalneu at once and the proper remedy applied. I will fui -nish abstracts on short notice, charging one dollar for each conveyance noted on the abstract. Payable on delivery. V. B. WAnOELL. Austin. Miss. DRESS GOODS, ORGANDIES, CORSETS, SASH RIBBONS, BUTTONS, RIBBOIM VELVETS IiTJSTRINE SIEKS, AND WINTER UNDERWEAR, WOODWORKERS. M00RE, BASSETT & CO., LVUBER DEALERS, Nos. 351 and 353 Second St., Xempnis. a CO o o CO 3 CO 3 V CD CO cn COTTON TIES. Jram Cottcn-Ties Important Special AOUCC N view oi tw.-nnstantiylricreastng popularity and demand lor tne nii,n.ii inmr.Tii theunleralljrecomlze.,y0rlw Tie ol planters, oonon-proBBiurai suu """pi cotton generally, the Amerieon Cotto-Tf. 430. Limited. sole proprietors ana nianiuaciurers ,f gaid xie, com manding umqualed facilities, bave, 1 addition to their large itock now on hand, contracted for In creased quaitltlee, suftldent to meet the largut de mand lor ixnon-ues 10 cover iu enure crop 01 iha coming seasm, and now, through thMr agents gen erally, oner he popular and Irrepressible Arrow-Tit at 82 OO pel duuuib, icas -.1 per ceiii. uuoount lor cash, in Dumes complete, oeing less man the marKet vaiuf u pioiu uwy iruii : aitu lb ueiuK fcu purpose of company to merit the continued pat ronage of the planting community, and defy all corn petition ttatt may arise, their agents are In , . MnntnM with 1 nru ffitira u rwl Minntrv merchant at Um above-named price and terms for future deiwery, U to the 1st August In quantities as may be requlral from time to time, settlemi being mate on deli,, a W. BAYNK 4 CO., Gen'l Ag" of the A-ertenn Cotton-Tie Co. Llml seuiemems CO., Llmted GVSS AXDbesSES. COTTON-RTNS, mHI EellP Cin the best I ,U) for rough cotton made. Also, a nTw and second hand Gins, Gin Material, eU ui rwng IST.'KXi Wain street. . Memphis. Teni. 1 GINS! GUSTS! I GIN at 887' and 889 Shelby street, Memphis, Tenn. ThseGtas have borne a high reputation for Bfty years, and. with late improvements, are sm uiisur. iMLssed. Sold at 83 60 per saw, and warranted to gedre satlsSrtlon.'TGlns of every kind re- pairea. iu-. . ewfaw COTTON -PRESSES AND GINS. Wi are now prepared to furnish all In need of such machines, with a better IN and PRE9. for less money, than any one In or outside tbe city of MEMPHIS. TENN.. of the following makes: Wm. M. Smith's Cotton-Press, J. E. Carver's Cotton-iin, Mblett (ioodrlch Cotton-Gln, Brown Cotton In, With the Mmitb Hand-Power Pres. four ezrert hands can pack from the Unt-room. a SOO Dnund bale In fifteen minutes. Two good bands can bale, without extra exertion, a 500-pound bale every half-hour through the day. Don't fall to give us a call before buying elsewhere. POWELL, XcDOUGAL ft CO., Uaaufaetwrcra' Agrata for tbe Sale of aimn. Pre nee a. Cattoa-Tlea. and the celebrated fish Broo. raursm Wuois, 37 Unio Street Memphis, Tenn. J'z I J:p' c 1 -..Si .km' 'jl J t:J;;;;',;:!H;:.i!l':'l:tl.;f!::-i:i5 b I ' ' i " '' ' pi''- $ ,PD0QBS. Lumber C s 41 Sash Laths Z j AND AND . 1 Si?1' Stisos Shingles C 2 g a"rwWii 5 rMMjzm.tesmr- CHICKASAW IRON WORKS ! RANDLE, HEATH & LIVERMORE, Prop'rs, No. 08 Second Street, : : : : .Memphis, Tennessee. Iron-Fronts, Cotton-Prennea, Horse-rowers, Iron and Kraia Casting. General Ke paint, and everything in the line of F"oioxi.cix"y and. Macliliio-sliop WorlE. Hole A cents of the Lane A Bodley Co. for Klevatom. Engines. HswrallK tie. DRY GO Great Reduction ! U and Fancy AT- B.Lowenstein& PreiKiratory to receiving our Fall Stock (which will thU season be one or uimsiutl lniicnltmle sr.,' variety), we are compelled to clrweout the residue ot our Spring and Summer tiood. This can te done r.o. only, by placing them before the people at such low prices as will force the most uninterested to becoiui purchasers. We have therefore gone through every department, and marked all lines of goods at sucu figures as will insure their speedy sale. Milks Kedoead! DreNg Goods ISetlncetl! Carenadines Reduced! Iiinen Lawns ICednoed! Piques 1 1 educed! Linens Reduced! Tabic Iumasks Reduced! Lace Curtains ICeduced! Sheetings Reduced! IIouHe-Fnrnishinjr 4iood Parasols and Ladies', Misses' and Children's Reduced! I3f Cull early and secure some of these the most LOWENSTEIN &. BEOS. 243. 244 and 346 Main St.. Cor. .Jefferson. L. T. PORTER. W. F. PORTER, TAYLi Wholesale Grocers, AJXJh Cotton 300 FliONT ST., liee. Agents for Champion Plows and tho Are to be sacrificed THIS WJBHK, as this stock uinst be raiidiv closed out. I do not ask cost-price for these goodsr but request an examination of them ; when, if you wish to purrlhae, litres will be named that will show the terrible ahrinlcage we cre willing to take in order to bring this trade to a close. We want the money at once for every yard of goods in the lrotise, bring what it will. J. li. WATh'lXS, Agent, :it2 Main St. TAYLOR, JOY & CO.'JS OLl STAM. mm iiioisiii HERZO EXTEB ON SEPTEMBER 1, 1877, WE SHALL uitthe Retails Having now completed all arrangements to enter the Wholesale Millinery Trade by September 1, 1&77 tbe splendid stock on hand yet of DRESS GOODS, WHITE GOODS, PARASOLS, FANS, LINENS HOSIERY, RIBBONS, BUTTONS, ETC., WILL AND MUST BE SOLD WITHIN THE NEXT 15 DAYS, AT To surely elear oat ntork, all Kail and Woolen ood are offered at Kxtraordinary narsaina, and mocli below root. HER No. 259 MAIN STREET. B. K. PLAIN. W. A. WILLIAMS. W. M. SABER & CO MANUFACTURERS OF Nrs, Sash, Blinds, Moldings ALL KINDS OF Rough Qressed Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Etc OFFICE AND FACTORY : 358 and 3K) econd street, fempliisT Tenn. SEND Fj Qt, yEW AXD REDUCED PRICE-LIST. M. C PEARCE. Cotton Factors am No. 258 Front 6 rABTICUIB ATTENTION ODS REDyOEli Sweeping Reduction ! Prints Reduced! Jlrflwu llomrHt ioM Reduced! Rleached Domestics ICeduced ! Cassimeres It educed! Embi-oideries ICeduced! Handkerchiefs ICeduced! Laces Reduced! Ribbons Rednced! Trimmings Reduced! Reduced! Hosiery ICeduced! Sun-Umbrellas ICeduced! Suits and Costumes Reduced 2 ICeduced! undoubted bargains ever offered in this city. wSI TAYLOR, O. V. MACRAE Factors Madison and Monroe. Celebrated Cheek Cotton Press TTNTC5 - IMMEDIATELY usines! Y. H. EADEK Iw B. SUGGS. Commission Merchants 'Hit. Memphis, Tenn. 1 , TI1K HAL1, OF COTTOM Bros, CO MITK'K i.V IS AXriKI I'TCV. !m r.:-!t:.-t ro irt of tiw I'liltw! Sf tes. : :ii DKtrlct of ivii'if -e. In tl'e ju;;!.vr of V.ture. iirmtry i t.i.. b.i:ikn:'s - -1 i iia'tkiui.toy. To the Creditors of s. J 1 l! ;:.kru;,t: rpAKK XoTK'K. T!:;t n -. H,-r:il meetlnif of the 1 cu'.ltors .r a.d I' 1'ikr i ii wnl be held at the i-.iicv of T J. I. i'iiHin. K ! . it l-r iti HmkitiM"y I ; PU'iu:. :;t J'eiii! :il-. ? . 2:1 Miilnttrxt, i ('.thtiay cf July. 177. :t !l c -!ck a.m., loi i .. ; c.r-o i f iler'arlnR li ' i-.-: i :!. t. v. ; !.i,i;l i.i . E. A -lt;nee. M-r:Ms. .litMt V7. Iw77. OT1CKS. :irerj-. f'Urk iiti-l Sta.-ter'.s .u. t.l . v Tl.i- I'rt-.i'.- No. S4. Cbnnc-'.j sell iUtUai ct ii .. v lei!t, TriisU-es ;::(! to:uii.iiiy i'i lue a.-livlile e- m;ile Arailemv, dcleiKliinl-i. I" Jl lt.si ANT ti a ilerree n-nIe red by the Chancery O.urt. lit Nh-!ivIIIc. Te:mes"-e, In the him v nuttlttl muse, on Vf -jKth day of !hy. lr77. nollr is ht-ret.y given to ail creditors qnd 'uckliillers and the Ivlrs. exrcuurs or iu.n.iuistiati-rs of deceased creditors or t!tvkhildern ef the presid-iit. tntstees and coni.iiyor ti,e Na-bviile Kerutde Academy, t inv th' irclilnss and the rrsievS:ive shares of s!o.-k claimed by them. nid n!e tL s:ime with tne under sIkihhI, C'leik and Master, oil or Wlore the tirst Mon day lu April, 1S7S. or t.h.eT will be !trever b;tirel. HOHhHr KV.'IN;. Clerk and MaMer. J. M. nirkensuii, J. S. Kraer, tolkliois lor com- piairuuus. J" ' CHANCERY NOTICE. Hunioi'tl Smith ct uis., 1'oniiilitiiiauts, tit. tiie St. Louis Mutual Lire Insurance Company ot als., Defendants. ;.o. sx;2.l -LKhS AND MASTERS tKKIl'r- l,BM'l:i;V t'ol .N A-BV11.I.K, I SM. I Pursi:;!T't to a lr- v t.::di.sl l.y th ClsaiicerT Court at ;,.-..-uvllie. Teii:u-.- e. In t!ie aU'TP entllle.1 ciuse. oj the "Jlst oayof SX.iJ. 1877. by the Hon. W K., Cooper. I li tneellor, etc., Xvfire is hi i: ! t v ". in la all twhcg-kvlderg of !.' S. . .!.' M:l'ltal I.ij'r tl.MdVIIi.f Co., trho ui'r i Ol' It.: nf Ten- i', to jiu- t',cir ciiiims nijitititit said Viinjuny, with Pie undersigned. Clerk :mj Ma-sler of the Chancery Court, at Nastnlile, Tenisessee. On or lScfjrr- the l.tH dnT of J"ieitenibe-r l:.-t ortliey wiil l.e (ii- is from any tjiirtic'nation in the liimt atl: ciie.i in la,-, an.-e. h !KRT KWINU, Cleik and Ji.itei. W. i. ai! 31. V.. Br;en, jr., solicitor for coet pliilrar.ts. je-'7 f 'li:IFt, w " Sherin's SaU- r HVai Kstate. tilBLlC notii is hereiiy i;iven, Th..t by virtue of L u vuiiditl i'd extsmas to me dliecte-.l lrom the Honor.dde Ci;T I Cotirtof Shelby oo:intT. Teun.. In the case rr C. Uan s. H. J. Hosey. jd.'Cnier.t ren dered en the ith flay i.f February. lx 7. fur the sum of one hundred idid ten dollars ami lour cents, with Interest and coU of suit, to satisfy said Judg ment, etc, 1 will, on Thursday, :tn Way or August. 1S77. In legal hours. In front ol the courthouse. Memphis Tenn., proceed to sell, to til highest bidder, lor cash, the following di-scried proirty. to-wit: A lot on the north i-hie of Vance street, In tne city ol Meiuph's, url bounded as fuilows: rJelnning at the southeast corner or a lot owned by Mrs. Emma Father, cornered to her by JIarlon P. Fayn: thence east 1 1 feet out the i.orto side of Van strwl and extending north. :a rIht-aiiBlt" from Vance street. l- fis-l. ami lielns the satii:) described In book KJ. pao iO'X in Ulster's f-f!!ee of Shelby county, Tenn . to which lefereiice is made: levied on as the property ot defendant, ii. .1. Posey, to natlsty said Judgment. Interest and cots. Rlioinphls, 'SSd day ot July. 177. C. L. AXUERSOX, SheriH ol Shelby county, Tenn. By W. W. Coleman, D. S. Belcher A; Vloidan. Attoineys for plaintiff. 3124 tu Sheriff's Sale or Ileal Estate. L PUBLIC notice is hereliy Riven. That l.y virtue ot a venditioni expon is to me directed from the Honorable Circuit i uurt of Shelby county, Tennes see, In the case of Louis Dush vs. Turner Hunt. Judg ment rendered on the lttth i:iy of .lulv, lx7rf. for the sum of one bundled Rial four dollars ana four cents, witii InUre-t and co- ts of ult,to Siitisfy said judnment, etc., I will, on Thursday, 3'l Iay of Aiisul. 177, In leml hours, in front of the courthouse, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described proiertr, to-wit: A certain tract or pa'cel of lar.d situated and beimtiii the city of Memphis, county of Shelby and btateof Tennessee, beinit a i ait i f block oil. on south side of Linden street: Bejrliiiilngat the northeast coiner of lot Xo. IV. on Keir's suivey of the V heaton ad dition or property: running thence west with south slfie of Linden street 2.r l'tet to a staie: thence north 141j feet, more or less.toa 12-foot alley: thence. eat with the north lino of said alley 'J.S ie t; thence north 1 4f4l3 f ert to the bcin:.i!ig. being the saire tiroi r:itv convced by VV. C. Cuvanauga by deed June 1. 171", reefirded in Pcok No. lt'J. pase5i:i, of the Ketter"9 ohice of Shelby county; levied on as the prorierty of .etud.in.. Turner Hunt, to satisfy aid Judm.ent. interest a ;d conIs. ' Memphis. SM day of J..l J. 9 hciiil Shelby county. Tenn. r, w w. t:h iwnn. iHHmty Sii'-riiT. l.-'4tne TRUSTEE WALES. Tiasiee'B Kale. iUi-.li F.na ..wii, rtr.rofJannarr.lS7o.br to me on th i , r,. nnw nf iha a. u. BjiKer and aiiiy . - oujuy, in the SU.H or Chancery t lerk or Ortnada 4 to wllch rrfer- Mississipyl, In l)eei Book K, ,. trusU on ence is hereby made, I will, as su. Monday, the SOfti UsyJv V' o'clock between the hours or 11 o'clock a.m. ana . " tnion in., ;it the southwest corner of Main ana f0 streets, in the elty;r Memphis. Tennessee, sei. the highest bidder, for cai'.i. the following describe! lot or p;:roel of land. I; his in the county of tircaada and the t-ta!e of Misslssifin. and known and da scribed as follosrs. to wi!: Tiie weft half f the southwest quarter it beiiu the west eiahlh of sec tion six nt. intoHush-p tweriy-three CJ'ii. lange four (4) east. coiilalultiK. by estimation, einty (s:0) acres, more or less w. I.. CI.AI'P, Trustee. " TKL'STfcE'S SALE. BY virtue of a .io.d of fnM teeuted fo tee. as mi-tee. bv Mrs. ri. J. Denis and her huslwind, T. C lte.itis, on the rirst ot January. lM7r, and re corned In tue Register's oltii'e of shelby county, Ten nessee tn Wecord Hisik Xo. 117, piie 247, P pay the indebtedness fecured t hereby . mid under the In structions of the beneficiary, I will, on Wednesday. A usns-t 15. 1S77. In front of the ofri eof the Memphis Water Coni any. Xo. 2il4 Second stieet. Memphis. Tenn.. be tween the Lours of 11 a.m.ai'd 1 p.m.. sell the prop erty tliereln ilesciib'd. for e:i-h ; tn proi-erty Is de scrilied as follows: i-iluntet in Shelby county. State of Tennessee, ami ctt of Mein.hls: Commencing at a stake on Ihe ssiiU side oi 1 ooney stjfl 21rt feel eat from lis intersection with the Ulg Creek road; thence eastward! with Looney street sixty (f,0! leet to a stake; ilienee souiliwaruiy 1 4sL feet to a:i alley: ttiep.ee w stwanlly with sa'd alley slxt tt ftet; th' ne nnrttiwaTdiy :14.sli feetlo the Letrlnnli;. being lot Xo. eleven 1 1 ol Overton's subdivision of Chelsea pioperty, or ot country lot r2;f, as made by C. C. Burke. May 14. 1S7 The eiiuityor redenii ilon is walvel and Ihe title Is considered good, but 1 sell n:d convey only as tru-lee. July 14, U-77- Jy 1 5 JOHN" OVERTON. Jr.. Tnit. CJSAXt'KUV SALES. ClIAXCEUV SALE OF HEAL L'STATJ . No. 2'f0. . It. ciiar.cJtry Cnart of !?heiby county, Teuii. i,. S. Hrr. Adniinlsir.itorof George Brooks, d.jcea. '. d, vs. I. ibsvn el -i. BY vlit::o ot an ii:ierlo;tory !ecree for S-l'c. ei -terevi I i the above causa on the 2tal d;iy ot January. IS.j, wiilch was alarmed by the Supreme Court, and renewed anJ modihed lieirlu July .; 1H77, I will sell, at i.ul lie auction, to the Llghest bidder. In tront rf the Clerk and Masters oflce. Courthouse Building, Main street, Mempb. Ten nessee, Oil Hn.tur.Xay. Au:ust 1H, IS77, withia letnd hours, the foiiolng described property, situated in Shelby county, IVnnessoo, towii: Be ginning at ti;e Intersection r tint east side of Filth stret with the south side or Keel street, and ninulii thence with the south side of Keel street 14slj feet to an alley; thence south with said alley 14M3 feet to an alio ; theiu-e west with said alley 14h1j feet to thee:tst side of Tilth street: thenee north v.hh ril'M stieet 14nls lett lo ti.e btii'.iiiiii. on Ke 1 stieet, being lots 21.i and 214, in the plan ot Ihe-stirvey made by M. A. Kerr of thd lanus of John O. and VV. B. lireenlaw. R. F. Looney. John L. Sa'Jarraiis & Co., E. T. Keel et al., and bt lug the s.iiiie property con veyed by.l. O. and W. R. lireenlaw to P.eUvai A. (iilison 'on the first day of January 1S:X, as jut record book No. HI, pages 52. o and 54. lernis ot r-ale 4i a ere Hi ot six and twelve months: the purchaser lo give notes with good secu riiy. bearing Interest from d ite: lien reta'.nt u to se cure same, and ciiuitv of iedeiiirtiou barred. This July IS, 177. t'. A. COT. E, Herk and Jiiister. Br It. J. Biack, D. C. and M. Iielskell & Weatherfon Solicllors. j18weil CHANCEltV SALE OF KEAL ESTATE. No lHi:, R. Chance rr Court of Shelb7 CHinty Mrs. S. A. Baker vs. Mrs. Mfrtha H. Tttus et al. BV' virtue of an lnterhci:iory decree tr saltt en tcretl In the above cause, on the ith day vt June, lhitt. I will sell, at public auction, lo tl i highest bidder. In frunt of the Ccurlliouse, Mul.i sueet, Memphis, Tennessee, Saturday, lnjmt II, 157, within lct'al hours, the following riesertoed pro;rty. situated lu Shelby county. Tenmv see. and in tle city or Memphis, to wit: Islnnti.,' at a point on the south side of Market street 4 fet I east of ten siuthea-t corner ot MarKetand i ninl srn-t.s; tneno with the south side cf Market street eastw-antly 27 feet; thence southwardly and iiar.i.'M with Tldi.l street 14il-s feet to au alley; thence west;udly with said alley 2 feet to a stake; thence nort!:v.ard:j ai:d nillel Willi Third street 14MW feet in the begin ning, together with all the linpnvenie:,ls and ai purtcnai.ces thereunto belonging, and same being Knowii as No. 75 Market street. Terms of Sale Ch. This Juiy 17, 1-77. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. BeputvClerL and Master. vvarrliier t Lee. Solicitors. Jyl 7 tne CUAXC'EKlf SALE O HEAL EST AT K No. W20, Chanery Court of Shelby ecuntv, 'iennesscA v'. M. Fiirrijfcton et al. vs. R. A. Ko ze!l et aL By viaue of an InterlocitoT iecree f"r scile, en teied in tha above cause cn tlia 24th day of March. 1A77, 1 will sell t: j.i;t.hc ai-ction, lo 'h highest bidder, iu front of ihe Ciei arid Mastei's otrlce. Courthouse Building, M.:ln v.ieet, Meinpuie, Teiuiessee. on Katiilcy. July i-?7, within legal hours, the following described prone !t situated In Shelbv count .'. Ter ;ies-e. t.ewll: Helni a part ol iheiairand M.-Leun.re f.(HMHiere grniit. and beginning on the we.-4 biiiik of Lousahutehlo river and soulhwe.-t corner of a 122 14 lik'-acia tract soid to Thoinas Crinlan; tlie:;ce we-l :i2.75 chains to th MiH.-.islp(.l river; tiieuit tiuMMSail river to thd northwest comer of a lot con.:iliilm 12:1 acres; thc-nce east27 chains to Loosi.ii:ilchla river; thenee up said river to the btiiimin, cou lainlng about 7li acres. Terms of bal Caih. J -.r.e 2rt. 1K77. K A. Ct.-L.iZ, Cleik ai.d Kastex. By R. J. Black, D C. and M. Harris, Mcaisick dc Tutley, Solicitors.