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TJEIiC MEMPHIS DAILY 4kJPJP BAL--THUESDA Y . SEPTEMBER 6, 1877.
FINANCIAL. No new features were developed in bank ing circles yesterday, business b'iag confined cliu Hy to the lending of money, Tor which there in still an active demand, and rates are firm at 8(i? 10 per cent. No increase is per ceptible in the offers of exchan, the ru'injj r.itos still beinr: On New York and New Knglaoil par buying, if premium wllinjr; New Oi leans, JLf discount Yiuvin.', eeliin at par. Uold opened in New York at l.'M to 103J4 (tho lowest point since 1G'2). but resr-iined the and dosed at 1Q::N. Memphis broker were paying Sli, and llirjr at New York ouo t.uions. The New York bank statement iat week showed a larger loss m legal-tend. r notes than was expected, bet by reason of tho piin in specie and the reduction in the do posit liabilities, the surplus reserve was re duced only IG600, and now stands at $11, 1i6$?. Dunnpr the week the imports at New York were f 6,040.004, of which 12,49:3, 116 were dry eoods, and the remainder gen eral merchandise. The export of domestic products were f 1,807.276. The specie ex ports were f70,G00. The United States as sistant treasurer paid out in coin during the week $J0O,40O. The customs receipts amounted to 2,402,169. Our local stock market exhibits no new sins of animation, qao'.ations being nominally as follows: grtuntj. Memnhl roM bond '2 tt:UV- 3 ?:!.- Memphis currency bond.. Memphis let;er bnl.. 174 Memphis ledtfr b;U., 1 7ii Memphis ledger b.il., lsd Memphis ledger bnl ln7 Mn and police scrip. New comprouilne Hs , Memphis gas Block Mielby county warrant.... , Memphis and Charleston R. Arkansas bUUe scrip.... BY TELEQ RA PH. I PARIS. September 5. Rentes, 10rf., NEW ORLEANS, September .V Gold. 10j;5a (3 New York sight, H pre mium. S teiling, 501. NEW YORK. September T.. Money, afVr loaning as high as 7 tier cent., closed at 4( 5 pet cent, l'nme mercantile 'paper, 5,(?7 per cent. Customs receipts were hJ2.000. Ihe assistant treasurer disbursed $414,000. Clearings, $2:5,000,000. sterling was weak; actual business at 482(3 IS-. Gold opened and closed at ltt?, with sales in the interim at l(X$if. Carrying rates, 1 to 3 per cent., and borrowing rates tl.U to 2 per cent. Silver at London unchanged: here, silver bars are 122 greenbacks, 113JL gold; coin, discount. iovernmexit bond were steady; coupons of 18.51, 1 1011 ; do. 165, new.lOoH: do. 167, 107.S; do. 1G3, lOOJi; new 5s, 101 Ji i new 4, 10.8 ; new 4s, 102 if ; 10-40s, registered. IQlHi do. coupons, 10U; currency 6s, 1224. eitatfl bond were quiet; Tennessee f, old, 44; Tennes see 6s, new, 44; Virginia 6s, old, J0; Virginia 6s, new, 150 ; Missouri 6s. 106. Railroad bonds generally firm. Stock specu lation was strong and higher. In the early dealings the advance, as compared with clos ing quotations yesterday, ranging from If to 1;(4 per cent. Western Union and coal 1 stocks were the features, and mado the great est advance. The rise in Western Union was on the expectation of a declaration, not only yesterday, ot a dividend of 1H or possi- Lly 2 per cent . next week for the quarter end ing September UOtb, but also of a scrip divi dend of 5 or 6 per cent, from the stock held ) the company's treasury, on the basis, to stockholders, of $50 per share. The money derived therefrom is to reimburse for the cash paid ont in the Atlantic and Pacific purchase After the first board the whole market gave way under sales to realize, and prices d. -clined if to 1 per cent., but this was follow d by a partial recovery. During the afternoon the market was strong for coal stocks atid and Western Union, with a further ad vance in prices. The balance of the list was lirni in sympathy, but toward the cioee (he market suddenly became weak, and fell H to 3a per cent, from the highest point. Lxpress stocks were strong and higher. The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad company has sold about $2,000,000 of its consolidated first-mortgaged bonds, to be is sued for the retirement of all the Michigan Southern railroad bonds maturing November 1st. Transactions were 176,000 shares, of which 6000 were New York Central, 7000 Kne. 21,000 Lake Shore, 1600 Northwestern common, 5000 Northwestern preferred, 2400 Rock Island, 40X St. I'aul common, 7000 St. I'aul preferred, 40o0 Ohio, V)00 Wabash, 4600 Delaware and Hudson, 5000 Lackawan na, 6500 Michigan Centra!, 2500 llliuois Central, 5000 Morris and Ewex, 2000 Pacific Mail, and 2000 Western Union. The closing quotations were as follows: Western Union telegraph, P4; Quicksilver, l5 ; Quicksilver preterred,o2 ; Pacific Mail, 24 78; Mariposa, 100: Mariposa preferred, 101; Adams Express, Wells & Fargo Express company, 2; American Exprots company, 4X; United States Express com pany, 45; New York Central, licJH; Kiiet Erie preferred. 21; liarlem, 42; Har lem preferred, 37; Michigan Central. 5Sif ; Panama, 12: Union Pacific stock," 70;'a: Lake Shore, 65; Illinois Central, 67if ; Cleveland and tfttsburg, 2; Northwestern, 3Ji; Northwestern preferred, &t; Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis, 36; New Jersey Central, ISif ; Rock Island, 100 Ji; St. Paul. 32if ; St. Paul oreferred. 67; Wa bash, 12: ort Wayne, 91 j Terre Haute. 5;Terre II auto preferred, 16?.f: Chicago and Alton, 86; Chicaa and Alton preferred, 100; Ohio and Mississippi, 7; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,50?4'; AUanticand Pacific telegraph, 19; Missouri Pacific, 1 1; Chicago, liurlington and Quincy, 100$ ; Hannibal and St. Joe, 12if ; Central Pacitiu bonds, Union Pacific bonds, 5; Union Pacific land grants, 3; Union Pacific sink ing funds, 934. COTTON. In our cotton market yesterday there was a scarcity of desirable offerings, buyers com plaining that they could not find the grades of cotton they wanted. The market, how ever, was steady, with a fair demand, sales aggregating 100 bales, all to spinners. Re ports of damage by worms continue to come in from all adjacent -sections, except that northeast ot Memplus. Quotations are as follows: Yuur&oi. Day TStfon. Wood ordinary Wtyrfc Low middling lOMif lOltifli Middling. lOSs Wood middling 11 mi llWi Market closed steady. Sales 100 bales. Clean stained cotton, 9(9c. COTTON STATEMENT. Cottqh KxcHiWQB. September S. Stock September 1, 187A Keopived sioca last stateinent... 'J Keeelved previousl Shipped si nee liut statement. ... W Snipped prevloualj. 103 5.2tf2 141 1WU Stock (running account) 6,234 LMPOBT3. Ttans Tar this week 141 Thus far last week 158 Slnoe September 1st 141 Mississippi an 4 Tennessee railroad 8 Paducah and Memphis railroad 2 BUviiners. K Wagons and other sources - 10 Total receipts to-day 28 KXiOBT3. Tbns far this week 10!) Thus far last week VHl Slnoe September 1st 1W) Louisville, Nashville and G't Southern B.H. 86" Steamers north By rail north 10 80 Total shipments to-dar 00 BIT TELEGRAPH. The following are the oiheial telegrams of the condition ot the domestic markets as re ceived by the cotton exchange: Latent TcUgrasn. j7r? i?:u 4 ?45 it 7- ''I'- 7f r?7H -r?iif (175 M5 r?7- k5 if hv w nf 1? IV rr ..2 tftfct Price Middling. Galveston New Orleans. . Mobile Savannah .... Charleston ... Wilmington .. Ntol Baltimore .... New York Boston Philadelphia . St. Louis Augusta 10l 101 103t,f? 101 10l 10V 11 11 1114 livs 108 Yesterday 's iNew Kork closing telegram re ports: Ordinary, 9 9-16c; good ordinary, 10 3-16c; low middling, lOc; middling, He; good middling, llifc. Tone of the market: At 10:30, quiet and steady; 12:15, guiet and steady; 1:50, steady; 3:10, steady. Sales, 2X25 bales. The following are the closing rates in New York futures for yesterday and day befoie: Multu. 1'atUrUtiy. Kay btfvrt. January Kebruary...... March April September...... October Novemtier December 10.7l710.mi 10.t5.t IO.W7 ll.lOr? 11.12 11.24.7 11. 2il 10.K.-W? 10.74r? 10.74 10.ft.-u? 10.M 10 M7tf IO tt8 10.7wrlO.so 10.tHl?10.VX 11.11(711.1.1 11.25311.27 10.Hir 10.743 lo.tit? 10.WWMO.M Tone of the market: 10:15, shade easier; li:15, steady; 12:30, a shade easier; 1:37, quiet 2:50, quiet and steady; 3:13, firm. Sales, 25,000 bales. New Orleans closed steady at lOisc for mid dling. Receipts, 1S4 bales; sales, 400 bales. Yesterday's Liverpool closing telegram re ports: Cotton steady; middling uplands, 5 15-16d; Orleans, 6d. Sales, 10,000 bales, of which were American. Received, 500 bales, of which all were American. Liverpool arrital opened l-32d higher; at 12 ni. were easier, and closed quiet; Sep- 'jtfy)tgr-October, 5 29 32d ; J anuaiy-February, "S ' jvoment at the ports was reported as Xi.ss I Tfu Lwtt Tnis Week. Week. Wetk. Laxt Year. 1 Btaltof I MarJttL Sec'pU Sate. Dull. VM 18 Steady. 184 fWH) Lnch'gd 27 100 Firm. 31K 124 Dull. H5 82 Dull. 8 67 Quiet. 220 J'il- 115 Steady 2,825 Dull OuleL 35 487 t'lioh ted 3 82 tj.Het. 4Q 4 fhlnce Friday 32781 1.821 12.tWtl o(i. Britain H.05'1, 4.701 2,108 UoContlneut ll.Cl'l 24M 400 "..-.. 11W.MJI 1178 113.817 .7 : ENEUAL TRADE. ', tgreeable weather of yesterday in 'Mn(?wr",t "'"1 ?"'"'. Tbe scar-j citv of feeilstuffs continues, and many inqui ries arc heard. There is no corn in first hands, the last sale being made at 53c per bushel; selling from store yesterday at xc Oats are in good demand, but none are otter ing, except from store at 38(40c per bushel; a tale reported ltween dealers at 34c. Bran is also in fair drraand. but there is none in firvt hands: e-Uintr from store yesterday at 75c per hundred; lnt sale of wheat bran, in car-load lots, at f 11 60 per ton; corn bran. 10 50 Der ton. Han is in fair demand at 4l0? 17 50 tT ton for western, and f 7 for prairie. Commeal was firm; sales were made at 'l 45 per barrel, but suine merchants were holding for 2 50 per bam 1. Chicken wife in better supply, but met with a good demand, and pric s were a shade higher; sales of young at 1 1 752 25 per dozen, and full-grown hens, $3. A few young duck brought 2 75 per dozen. Egg were scarce and in request at 20o per dozen. Butter stead v at 20or22c for choice table: cooking. 10(3 15c per pound. Potatoe are unchanged ; northern, from store, f 1 902 per barrel; on thelanding.fi 75. A vnle quiet at $1 50(i 2 per barrel. CaMxiae, none in market but old stock, which is not quotable. Some choice peaches i e'd at 40c per one-rVartb bushel box. Flour was firmer owing to an advance at at. Louis, but no higher; country brands, 5 50(26 50 per barrel; St. Louis, t4!?7, jobbing prions. Onions, f 1 85('t2 25 per barrel, liooilstore. L-otton-seed, f 1U per ton. llidt dull; test Hint, I7c per pound; dry salbid. 13c 14c; grten salted. 7fnrSc; lamb skins, 15(V Vc; sheepskins, as it amount of wool, 15C.1; dry der skins. IS(1 20c; coon skint, 15('50c. Lice Stock Cattle active at 3i3Cc gross for choice; fair to good, 2 2Ic: common, 1?2c. Yearlings and old cows, t(tl 50 per head. Hogs are in fair demand at 4i(ft5c gross. SIiep are dull at $1 60 (i 3 50 per head, and lambs plentiful at fl 252 50. Tho New York Bulletin, of last Monday, publixhed interviews with freight men and merchants on the prospective fall trade, the result of which is gummed up in an editorial as follows: "The dry goods trade, the con dition of which is largely an index to that of most other wholesale branches, is in a health ier condition than it has been at any time since the panic. Nearly all the great staples are doing well, though market values in such commodities as sugar and tea are in a posi tion to admit of improvement. A gratifying feature is the unusually large quantity of merchandise that is going forward by the coastwise steamships to Savannah, Charles ton, and other distributing points at the south, demonstrating conclusively the im proved and improving condition of trade in that section. Confidence there is being grad ually restored, wd merchants are waking up to the fact that tempting commercial oppor tunities are within reach, which only need be sought for in order to be turned to profitable account. Nor are the signs of increasing trade with other Quarters less encouraeinsr. What the agents of the great trunk radroads have to say as to the increase of freights at pres ent, compared with the business of previous seasons, is proof positive that the country is recovering its commercial energies and again setting out on the path of prosperity. The point of extreme depression, it is now con ceded on all hand, has been successfully turned. The bountiful crops at the west and northwest, with the ready market for them abroad, have placed the farmers and country merchants in a strong posit ion as purchasers and consumers; and as stocks of merchandise throughout the interior are very much re duced, under the enforced economies which have been the rule for several past seasons. pthe outlook for a satisfactory trade through out the autumn is unquestionable. Herfhants' Wholesale Casb Prices. Chamber of Commerce Official Statement. Wheat Dull: No. 1. 21 05: No. 2. 95c; No. 3. 85c: No. 4. 75c Flock Firm; superfine, $55 50; double extra, $66 25; treble extra, $6 50 7; choice family, $77 25; fancy, $ 7 508 per barrel. Cornmkax Higher; kiln-dried, f 2 60 per brl. Corn Higher; mixed, 56c; white, 58c per bushel. Oats Quiet; mixed, 40c; white, 45c per bushel. Brak 7075c. Hat Demand light; choice western, f 17 20; prairie, nominally, $810; mixed, 15 16 per ton. Bacon (Ixue) nigher; shoulders, 014c, long clearsides, 84c; clear rib sides, 8e; clear sides, 8c; breakfast, 1010Jc; sugar cured hams, un can vised and canvased, 113 312c; packed, M!5c higher. Mess Pork Mess pork, heavy, $14 50; rump pork, $12. Lard Firm; in tierces, 9-Jfc; kegs, 10Jtf lOXc; half barrels, 10 10fc; pafls, 10M 11c. Baling Stuffs Bagging, 2 lb, accord ing to quality, 12?13c; bagging, 2 lb, according to quality, 1313c; baling twine, ll12c; iron ties, per bundle, $2- 50. Mackkiiel. Higher; hall barrels, No..l, $8; half barrels, No. 2, 6 50; half barrels, No. 3, fG; kits. No. 1, fl 60; kits, No. 2, liai; kits. No. 3, fl 20. White Fish Half barrels, 6. Coffee Ordinary. 19M20c: fair. 20J 21c; good, 21H22c; prime, 22K23c; choice, 24c; Java, 2730c; Cordova, 21J 22Xc Ricbi Ordinary to choice, 6J7Jc. Sugar Louisiana (In hhds) Fair, 9c ; fully fair, 9Jc; prime, 10c; choice, IQHc; white clarified, llc; barreled, .Jfc higher. SugarRefined Firm; refined A, 11)4 llfc; crushed and powdered, 12c; gran ulated, 12c; cut loaf, 12f13c. Molasses Common, 4345c; fair, 4S 50cj prime, 5355c; strictly prime, 5558c; choice, 57 60c. Sybups Common to fancy, 45c$l. Salt Coarse and common fine, per brl, fl 401 50; dairy, inbrls, $2 502 75; Liver pool, coarse, sacks, $ 1 25 1 30; Liverpool, fine, sacks, f 140 1 50. Soap Resin and German, 56c; Lat ting's, 56c Candles Boxes, full weight, 1415c; half boxes, 1515c; quarter boxes, 15 16c. Starch 4Jc. ' Whisky S5c 4. Limb f 1 251 35. Cement Louisville, f2 25; Rosedale, $2 75. Esculents and Fruits Apples, nomi nally; per brl, 23; lemons, per box, 6 50 8; potatoes (new), f 1 252; cabbage, per crate, $3 504; onions, new, 34; beans, per bushel, f 22 75; dried apples, 6c. Miscellaneous Butter western table, choice, 2225c; butter, country, 1015c; eggs, 16c; nails, per keg, $2 60 2 65; vine- , per gallon, 1b25c; tobacco.per lb, 4a spice, 18c; pepper, is20c; sardines, $14 50 15; oysters, I ft, 70cf 1; oysters. 2 ft. f 1 25 1 75; coal-oil, 21c; matches, f6 50 6 75; cotton rope, 1718c; grass rope, 11 12c; powder, kegs, f 6 35; shot, patent, $2 25; soda, kegs, 4f 5c; soda, cases, 5 6c; new raisins, f 2 25. BY TELEGRAPH. LOUISVILLE, September 5. Flour active and a shade higher. Corn dull, 4650c. Oats quiet. Fork quiet, $12 75 13. Bulk meats quiet, 5.20. 7.287.62c. Bacon ?uiet.5.7o, 7.80 8.25c. Sugar-cured hams, ly12c Lard quiet; choice leaf, tierce, 1010Afc. "Whisky, $ 1 09. Bagging steady, 12Xc. ' CINCINNATI, September 5. Flour strong. Wheat in good demand; red, fl 121 22. Corn easier, but notquotably lower, 4743c. Oats in good demand at 2732c. Pork quiet at $12 50 12 75. Lard in fair demand; steam, 8.40c; kettle, 99c. Bulk meats in good demand at b. 6.90, 6.92$7.2dc Bacon firm at 5&,-1, 88c. Whisky, $1 09. Butter firm, llogs active and firm at $4 505 35. ST. LOUIS, September 5. Flour firmer, but not quotably higher. Wheat active, firm and higher; No. 2 red fall, $1 29 bid. Corn higher, but inactive, 41 Mc Oats higher, 26c. - Whisky, $1 09. Pork quiet; job lots, $1275. Lard higher; summer, 8.20c. Bulk meats demand Light, but holders firm; no sales. Bacon firmer, b)i, 8J, 8ifc. Hogs active, but not quotably higher, $4 80 5 30; receipts, 2600 head. CHICAGO, September 5. Flour active and a shade higher; western extras, $5 6 25: winter extras, $5 50 7. Wheat ex cited, higher and unsettled; No. 2 spring, $1 16 cash, $1 04 October. Corn active, firm and higher, 45c. Oats active and a shade higher, 24c. Pork quiet but firm, $12 30 cahh, $12 32 October. Lard dull and nom inal, 8.42ccash, 8.40c October. Bulk meats steady. Whisky, $1 09. Second Board. At the close wheat was lower, $1 07,41 08 September, $1 03?8 1 04 October. Corn and oats unchanged. Pork higher, $12 40 October. Lard higher, 8.42o October. N F. W YORK, September 5. Flour higher, mainly in low and medium grades; superfine western and State, $4 405; St. Louis, $5 65 8 50. Wheat in fair demand; No. 2 Chi cago, $1 36. Corn in good demand, but light offerings checks business; steam, mixed, 5657c. Oats in fair demand, closing firmer; mixed western and State, 30 43c. Cotfee quiet, but steady. Sugar quiet, but steady; prime, 8Hc; refined steady at lOQllaC Molasses quiet. Pork firmer and mure doing, $12 90 13. Middles dull at 77fc. Lard firm; prime steam, 8.80 8.85c. Butter firm; western, 10 24c. Cheese firm at 5 llfc. Whisky a shade firmer, $1 13. NEW ORLEANS, September 5. Flour dull; superfine, $4 50)4 75. Corn dull, 55 56c. Oats, 4041c. Commeal dull, $2 35. Hay steady, $15 17 50. Pork dull and nom inal, $13 75. Lard quiet but steady; tierce, 9if9c;keg, 9$f10c Bulk meats firmer) shoulders, 6c. Bacon in good demand and tending npward, 66 6 88H'8K& Sugar-cured hams,- 12I3c. 1 Whisky, f 1 10 1 V214. Coffee scarce and firm: Rio. Car goes, 1720c gold. Sugar quiet and weak; common to good common,: b'C?8C; fair to fullv fair. HMBWc: prime to choice. 8W9 centrifugal. 89k9c; yellow clarified. 9JiC. Molasses nothing doing. Rice active and 2rm, 5H6Hc Dili GOODS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK, September 5. Cotton goods in first hands are unchanged in price. I nula are in moderate demand. Ginghams and dress goods are active. Mens wear ot wool ens are quiet. Silks were largely sold at auc tion at fair prices. HIVEtt NEWS. Weather aad River. The weather yesterday was cool and cloudy, with light, drizzling rains. The table and dispatches below give all the latest news from all points. Ornri Signal Servtcs Obs. U.S. A., I Mkmphw. September 5. 1877. ( Above low water. Changes. ST1TIOSM. Feet. Inches Inches Inches Cairo 7 2 8 Ctndnnatl 3 11 2 Davenport. .... 1 5 1 Dubuque 2 6 Helena, Ark Keokuk 3 10 2 Leavenworth 7 V 2 Llttl Rock Louisville. 8 MesaphU. S IO Nashville 1 5 4 New Orleans Pittsburg V 1 dareveport. 5 3 17 St. Louis. 10 11 2 Vlcksburg. .'. Below Dish water mark of 1874 LOCAL OBSERVATIONS KSTERSAY. Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather. 80.00 3 N.K. 07. LL rnln. 80.01 S N. 22. Lt rain. yO.Ort W7 N. U2. Threat 'g. 8:43 a.ni. 8:41 p.m. lQ:OK p.m. Maximum thermometer, tt8 deg. Minimum thermometer, ti.i deg. Total rain-fall cliutn the Uaj, .81. W. M. M'KLEOY. Sergeant bla. Ser., U. S. A. Br Tiearrph. Nkw Orlkans. September 5. Weather rainy ana warm. Departed: Centennial, fct. Louis : v. 1. Schenck, Cairo. Cincinnati. September 5. River "4 feet and stationary. Weather cloudy and threat ening. PITTSBURG. September 5. River 8 inches and falling slowly. Weather cloudy. Cairo, September 5 Arrived: Citv of Helena, &c Louis, 4 p.m. Departed: .Minnie, New Orleans, 6 p.m.; City of Helena, Vicks burg, 7 p.m. River 7 feet 2 inches and rising. W eatheir light ram. Mercury 72 deg. Usvemeats at the JLevee. ARRIVALS. Osceola Belle. Ashport: Belle of Shreve- port, New Orleans; Coahoma, , Friars Point. DBPABTCBKS. Belle of Shreveoort. St. Louis: Osceola Belle, Ashport; Coahoma, Friars Point; Hard Cash, White river. IN POBT. Illinois. BOATS DUE. Down. H. C. Yeager. Up. Grand Tower. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Arkansas City Illinois. N. S. Green. master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS. Belle of Shreveport 150 sacks salt. 16 casks pitch, 100 boxes peaches, 40 barrels molasses, ID barrels syrup, 25 pkgs sundries. usceoia ceiie 181 bundles shingles. Coahoma 7 bales cotton. 1 bale new cot ton, 495 sacks cottonseed. JLevee Paragraphs. Receipts slim. - Business moderate. A damp day on the levee. The H. C. leaser is due down to-dav for New Orleans. The Batesville. Captain Harrv. is the Sat urday packet lor White river. The Osceola Belle departed yesterday even ing for Ashport on time, with a fair trip. The Katie Hooper, Captain Ed Nowland, is the Saturday packet for Arkansas river. ine toahoma departed last evening for Friars Point with a good trip of freight and passengers. 1 he bt 3. Genevieve. Captain Sam M Phee- raet, will be the Saturday Anchor-liner for St. Louis. The City of Helena. Captain M'Kee. is the Anchor line packet this niorninsr. at 10 o'clock. for Vicksburg. The Grand Tower. Captain Geonre Lenox. is the Anchor-liner to-morrow evening, at five o'clock, for St. Louis. Champ Chamberlain stopped off the Hard Cash on account of sickness. He is having chills. Al Aydlett went out in his place. The Coahoma brought in another new bale of cotton yesterday morning from the Hamp ton place, Arkansas, shipped by J. R. Mat thews to Thomas H. Allen & Co. T. he Hard Cash departed last evenin&r for White river, with one of the best trips of freight that has left this port since last win ter. Among her passengers were the follow ing White river merchants: M.D.Martin, A. T. Blaine, Indian Bay, Arkansas; Mr. Plunkett, DesArc, Arkansas; J. E. Hussey, Searcy, Arkansas. The Belle of Shreveport, which passed up Tuesday night, put the remains of the late Geo. Rea otf here to be shipped to St. Louis by express. Shortly, after the departure of the boat a city officer appeared with a warrant for the arrest of the captain for violating the city ordinance by putting off a coi-pse with out a permit from the- board of health. The Illinois, Captain N. S. Green in com mand, enters the Memphis and Arkansas river trade to-day, leaving at five o'clock this evening, carrying the United States mail. She leaves here on Mondays and Thursdays, and will make all way landings raid pay spe cial attention to filling all orders. Captain Lee Cummings is her attentive clerk, assisted by Joe Boyd and Billy Haire. Wm. Hodges and John M'Cune are her pilots, and Henry Powers is her mate. Wm. Young is her steward, and will pay especial attention to the wants of passengers traveling on the Illi nois. The Cincinnati Commercial, of Tuesday, says: "Captain R. P. Walt and others, ot Memphis, have purchased the George W. Cheek from Captains Kirby, Perry and Mor row, of Warsaw, Kentucky, for five thousand dollars. Capt Walt went down to Warsaw on the Yirgie Lee, last evening, with a crew, and will take the Cheek from where she now lies, opposite Warsaw, to the foot of the canal, where she will be refitted, repainted, etc., preparatory to re-entering her old trade between Memphis and Helena. Captain R. S. Yerkes expects to have his new Arkansas river steamer Rose City completed by the fif teenth instant." The first Hteamships to New York. The New Orleans Bulletin of 1835 says: "A steamer has been put on to run between Charleston and St. Augustine, Florida, and arrangements have been made to continue the line to Havana, there to connect with the Connecticut to New Orleans, thus making a complete line between New York and New Orleans." Nkw Orleans, May 5, 1833. The follow ing distressing account cf the loss of the Li oness, Captain W. R. Cockrell, was brought by the Huron this morning: "The Lioness took fire forty miles above Alexandria, and was blown to pieces. The cause of this terri ble explosion was a large amount of powder stored in the hold. A large number of the passengers and crew were killed. Isaac Wright, one of the pilots, was badly wound ed." Xikt's liegister. IIOOPSKIKTS. LOUIS LAXGE'8 Southern Hoopskirt & Corset Manufactory He. 33 NAIX HTRKET. Established 1867.1 Have now ready, and send C O. D. to any address, the latest style llncrushable bklrts ami Panlera, warrant ed superior to any eastern make. The Periect ntung Dress Corsets, lor ladles, misses and children; Home made Abdomen Corsets.ekle lace or side-spring; Extra strong Corsets for very stout ladles; Wcrly, Nuralng.Sklrt supportlng, and Summer Corsets; shoulder Braces and Spine Supporters tor la dlesjentlenen and children ' Pads. Shields, and best Corset Steels. JEWELRY. BTRDOQaacQoagQQcaQaciaQQQ b v ft r " ((. pi byrd O5flB(0a5K xx at sacs flonnno BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYKD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYKD BYRD BYKD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYKD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYKD BYRD BYKD BYKD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYBD BYRD BYRD BYBD " WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, SILVER-PLATED WARE, BRACELETS, NECKLACES, LOCKETS, WEDDING-RINGS, BRIDAL GIFTS. Special attention Is called to our large stock or Silverware suita ble for Bridal Gifts. : . C. L. BYRD & CO., " No. 275 MAIN STREET, ' BYKD . -nxxxxxxasxa:xxxxxxxxxxx Meet the wants of those who need a safe and re liable medicine. The immense demand which- ha so rapidly followed their introduction is evidence that they do supply this want, and proves them to be rrijE MOST POPULAR PILlJ ever furnished the American people. The highest medical authorities concede their superiority over all others, because they possess alterative, tonic, and healing properties contained in no other medicine. Being strongly Anti-Bilious, they expel all humors, correct a vitiated state of the system, and, being purely vegetable, they do not, like other pills, leave the stomach and bowels in a worse condition than thev found them, but, on the contrary, impart a healiny tons and vigor before unknown. I OUR WORDS INDORSED. Dr. C. U. MITCHELL, Ft. Meade, Fla., says: know the inferiority of your fills, and vant to te them ttted instead of the worthiest torn founds sold in this country." ... Rev. R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky., sayss . . . "T utt's fills are worth their weight $m fold." ... mmm Had Sick Headache and Piles 30 Years. . . . "Iam well. Gaining' strength and flesh every day. . . . R. S. Austin, Springfield, Mass. He Defies Chills and Fever. ..." With Tutt's fills, w defy chills. Illinois owes you a debt of gratitude." . . . F. It. Ripley, Chicago, 111. Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents. Office, 35 Hurray Street, New York. Cray hair is changed to a glossy blaok by a single application of this dye. It is easily applied ; acts like magic, and is as harmless aptfpring water. Never disappoints. Sold by druggisK Price $1 .CO. Office, 3s Murray Street, Mew York. rKIXCKlPTlOS FREE. TTIOR the speedy core of Seminal Weakness. Lost JD Manhood, and all disorders brought on by In discretion or excess. Any druggist has the ingredi ents. Address DRTjaQUES ft CO.. 180 west Sixth street. Cincinnati. O. SUFFERERS MI?!3?!? eueeauseft bj inrticrtloo. who mrv hij:U-f utter trying la Tain all tl ao-call! rfmcillfa. will flit4 th only sure relief ft the old WfHtern Me1l'ul lntftute, 1 8? Sycamore Bt Cincinnati. A -Hurt fr . .-urM. PANHOOD RESTORED, If 21! Victims of youthful Imprudence, who I 3 F I vain every Known remedy, I 1 1 1 1 wiU earo of a Bimplo prescription. FUKa lfll tor tho speedy cure of nervous debility. 1(1 I premntnre decay, lost manhood, and alt SB kWidisorders brought on by excesses. Ad M..-mrwwrr&sZ has the Ingredients. Addrs-i DAVIDSON Ac CO., 86 Namsu St., N. V- l?JzM;laiaH Why suffer with Dyspepsia or Head, ache, when they may be speedily cared by Parker's Ginger Tonic t A dose before meals strengthens the appetite, and enables the 'stomach to easily digest its food. This pleasant remedy promptly checks Diarrboea without Consti pating the bowels. Consumptives find welcome relief, and steadily gam strength from its invigorating properties. It is the best remedy for Coughs and Colds, and the Aged and those too feeble to bear the cola of winter, find a comforting strength In its vitalizing warmth. Cramps, Colic, Dysen tery, Heartburn, and Cholera In fantum quickly yield to this remedy, and it overcomes Rheumatism and Gout by correcting acidity of the stomach and promoting healthy secretions. 8old by all Druggists. A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of rarriage ! IA Guide to Wedlock and confidential Trcniisw on ih Eiluties of marrifice and (ha ICaUSCS that unfit tor It- thusp. creu of Ueproduction nd bum xjiseases or women ' A book lor Diivntr. con a id I s-ate reading. 200 page, pried A PRIVATE MEDICAL. AnviSPR! On nil d;onlcn ot a Privato Xnture arLsiug Irotn Self Abuse. Exoespea, or Secret Diseases, -with, the best fiiccnt ofcnn. ?J4 iurrrpn7ep,priceWct A CJCrNICAI "LECTURE on the above diseasef and fhn-te ol'the Throat and Luugs, C-Uirrh,Kupture, tho v.-ij u 'j.a xumiit((vc J. lti" J VI vis. THIS Is the cheapest and most delightful purga tive before the public is a delicious beverage, and as pleasant and sparkling as a glass of soda water. Far soperlor to sickening pills. It Is held lu high repute for the speedy cure of Constipation, Blllousnos, Torpid Liver, Dyspepsia, Loss of Ap petite, Heartburn, Colic, Sour Stomach, Flatulency, Sick Headache, Kidney Afftctlons, etc Every bottle warranted equal In quantity and quality to the best. Price SO eemtis. J. P. imOMGOOIaE A CO., Prop'rs, ljoulSTllle, Ky. Sold by all wholesale and retail druggists. daw Obstacles to Marriage Removed. HAPPY BELIEF TO YOUNG MEN from the ef fects of errors and abuses in early life. Man hood Kestored. Impediments to Marriage re moved. New method of treatment New and re markable remedies. Books and circulars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Howard Association, 419 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. An institu tion having a high reputation for honorable conduct and professional skill. AMERICAN Soft Capsule Co. 's Metallic Boxed Goods now ready. Address Victor K. Mauger. New York. UNDERTAKERS. . H. HOLST. T. W. HOLST. G. a. HOLST & BRO. UNDERTAKERS, 320 Main, opp. Feabody HoteL ALWAYS on hand, a large assortment of Metallic Cases and Ctskets, and Wooden Coffins, ef every description. 9 Orders by telegraph psomptly filled, aof ases shipped C. O. D. J AS. FLAHSBTY. . d. SOLLJVAP. Flaherty & Sullivan, UNDERTAKERS, 3 IT Second Street, near Monroe 1V TETALLIC AND WOODEN BURIAL CASKS IV J and Caskets. Elegant Bobes, Gents' Suits and Coffin Trimmings. Orders by telegraph sent promptly C O. D. Special attention paid to embalming. LOAN ASSOCIATION. Til lit 1 SERIES. BUILDING & SAYINGS ASSOCIATION. BOOKS are now open at the office for subscriptions to the Third Series, which CLOSES September 12tb. The utility of these associations is well es tablished and exemplified In the very large number of houses erected within the pat few years, for those who would otherwise now be renters. The CLEBKS stands In the foremost rank among like institutions, and affords equal facilities to any. ETWo back dues to be paid. Mtoclc maybe withdrawn on SO days notice. Et7 Office 3s o.H St adlson street. JOHN W. BRUSH, President P. B. Jotrga, Secretary. FOIST l'lCIiEUINtJ BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. SEW SERIES. SUBSCBTptioNS of stock to the Third Series In this Association will be received by the following persons: L. B. Eaton, R. E. Lee, W. I. Cole, Lewis Erb, Geo. Bubsch. C. B. Bryan, Tl:eo. Krekel.W. L. Marsh, and at Fourth National Bank. The first call for payments on this new series will be made on the second Tuesday In September. L. B. EATON, President W7L. Marsh. Secretary. CHICKASAW A. JLOAH ASSOCIATION. CAPITAL 0500,000. Loans made in any part of Shelby county. OFFICERS. B. G. CRAIG, President W. F. TAYLOB. Vice-President A. HATCHKTT. Secretary. 8. P. HEAD, Treasurer. SMITH A COLLIER, Attorneys. BOARD OF UIBECTORH. W. N. BROWN, TII08. F. DUFKIN. JOHN BTEELE, B. D. NEWPOBT. J. A. SHANE. FBED. C. SCHAPEB, W. T. AVERY. J. P. MAHONEX. The books are open for subscription, and shares can be had by applying to the secretary, at his oOice, 206 Front street and the officers and directors ai tnelr places of business. - -- Mrs.C.Sudrie from Paris, France AND established forstx years In New Orleans, La., would most lespectlally Inform the ladles of this citf that she will soon arrive with the Latest and most Fashionable Strfesot- P -Trunies, Bib- oos. Feathers, Mllllr fj and wia r've KfBSWHnSB BLACKSlllTlllKtt. A -V'y g BOB1RT LKWJS. i. S ' FRKD. W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOMAS. Boiler Makers & Steamboat Blacksmiths. Blacksmlthlng ot all kinds. Copper and Sheet-Iron Workers. All work promptly done, day or night. Terms cash. Residence, No. 90 Promenade. tthort. Adsm. t near River. Mrmnhls CHECKS. STA3IP1 CHJECKS OH ALL THE BANES. AT S. C. TOOFS 15 Court Street. EDUCATIONAL State Female College ' 31EJiriTI, TENX, Fall Session Opens Sept. IGth, "DABTIES desiring Information as to accommoda- lions, terms, etc, genu lur cauiiogue. jniuic Department furnished with entirely NKW 1'IANOA All departments thoroughly organized and elegantly ntmisned. MK3. 11. . lAJi.L.ia, rresmeni. ARMOUR INSTITUTE, Ko. 871 JHadlaon Street. V CLASSES will be resumed MONDAY, Septembei in. 1877. or circulars apply to MRS. EMILY B. ARMOUR, PrlnclpaL THB SHHLBTVILLE (KY.) FEMALJS COLLEGE, chartered In 1849, and located at Shelbyvllle. in the beautiful blue-gr.sa region of central Ken tucky, 30 miles east of Louisville, by rail, offers su perior advantages In English, Latin, Elocution, Mu sic ana .fainting, tsoara anu tuition ior ten montns, n or announcement, aaaress W. H. STUART. Principal. Shelbyvllle, Ky. HEUiETCE HIrH SCHOOL. Bedford Connty, Virginia. On Va, and Tenn. R. R., 16 miles west of Lynch- ourg. For ooys and young men. ull corps or teach ers. Instruction thorough and course comDlete. Beautiful and healthy location. Most liberal pro vision for comfort and improvement of pupils. Ses sion opens September 15th. For circular or special information, address William el abbot, rnnuipai, rsenevue, ir. u. ST. I,OIJIS LAW SCUOOL, Law Ilep't of TVasbinston University. THE regular annual term of this Law School will op-JJ on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1877. Full course, two terms, six months each. Students admitted to the senior ciass, on examination, by ap plication on or before October 10th. Tuition $50 per term, including U9e oi LiDrary. For particulars, address Q. 31. STEWABT, Dean of Law Faculty, 203 N. Third street. St Louis, Mo. VIKKIMA FKNALK INHTITCTK, STAUNTON. VIRtifXIA. Rev. R. H. Phillips, Kt-ctor, assisted by a f ul corps of experienced officers. The S.'jd annual session win commence bept. 12, 1877. Buildings spacious, with pan and bet and cold water. Heated by steam. Extensive grounds. Patronaee from nineteen States. Schocl lli-class. Terms moderate. Seven churches wttnin tnree minutes walk. For catalogue address ine iterior. aaw BAIiTIHORE SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOE. FOB YOUNG LADIES AND LIT- ile uiitm. .Established m 1842. Principals Mrs. Wilson M. Cart. Mrs. Orw. Jnv Pkgrax, Nos. 1H7 and 199 North Charles street f renca tne Language spoken. JulO eod "TVTBS. SYLVANUS REED'S DAY AND BOABD- J.VJ. INO SCHOOL FOB youno Ladiss, Nos. 6 and 8 East 53d st, New York. Fourteenth year begins ucwoer, jrencn me language or toe school. Collegiate course of four years. Careful training in Primary and Preparatory Classes. eod Cecelian College, HARDIN COUNTY. KY. REDUCED TERMS. Board, etc., per 20 weeks, only $90. Send for catalogue. JriB eod UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. July 4, 1877. THE next session will open on Thursday, Sep. teraber 27, 1877, and close on Thursday, June 27, 1878. The University Is Hereafter Entirely Free 'The only fee paid by students is one of S10 per ses sion, ior ruei, oj inose wno room in tne dormitories, and of So per session by those who room elsewhere. The entire expense need not exeeed $1x5 per year. Board of excellent quality may b3 bad at 810 and $12 per month, by paying monthly, in advance. The necessary expenses of a student, omitting books and clothing, need not, therefore, exceed S125 to $150 per session. The departments of Chemistry and Natural History, and of Physics and Astronomy, are provided with a good supply of apparatus for experiment and illustration. The University, Law and Society Libraries, contain several thousand vol umes, and will be Increased. The course of instruc tion is thorough, and the Faculty Is composed of able, experienced, christian men. The University occupies a beautiful site, near the village of Oxford, in the midst of an exceptionally healthy section of country; and Is, in a measure, free from those seductive influences by which so many young men are led astray in our cities and large towns. The Law Department has been reorganized, and will be open for the reception of students at the be ginning of tbe next session. For health fulness and beauty of location, the fa cilities it affords for the acquisition of a thorough education, the moral and christian influences thrown around young men. and for chkapnbss, this institu tion is not surpassed by any of like grade in the United States. ALEX. P. STEWABT, Chancellor. H. M. StTLLTVAH. Secretary Trustees. Preparatory And Boarding School for Boys, "VTTiLL open September 10th, In the new building V V now being erected on the beautiful and spa clous grounds adjoining Mr. Brlnkley's residence lot, on Poplar street Latin Included In comse. Application for board may be made at No. 56 Jones avenue, or to Bev. George C. Harris, 848 Poplar st MRS. IIENB1' WADE, 84 Mulberry Street, WILL commence on Monday, September 10th, the Second Annual Session ot her School for Young Ladles, Misses and Little Girls. For terms apply during this week to Mrs. Wade, 273 Union street Miss Trout's Primary School. OPENS OX SEPTEMBER 17th. A TIS3 LOU W. TROUT will re-open her Primary IV L School, September 17th, on Alabama street, in the school house in tbe rear of the St Mary's (Episcopal) church. Terms. $2 per month. ST, MARY'S SCHOOL Xo. 352 Poplar Street, Memphis, ABOAiiDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG L.'.imks, under the charge of the Sisters of St Mary (.Episcopal). The fifth annual session Bcslns aionday, September 17th. For circulars, etc., apply to the Sister Superior. Befererioes The Bt Bev. H. Potter, Bishop of New York ; The Bt Rev. C. T. Quintard, Bishop of Ten nessee, and the Reverend clergy of Memphis. Christian Brothers' College. Classes will be resumed Monday, September 3, 1877. For circular apply to suAth BRO. MAURELIAN, President PATAPSCO FEMALE INSTITUTE. Terms 8300 per year. Address MBS. B. H. ARCHER, Principal, Elllcott City. Md. MOUNTAIN SPRING OH THX Memphis and Charleston Railroad, at Trinity, Morgan. Co., Alabama. PREPARED to Bt young men for the active duties of life; to give a finished education, or to pre pare for entrance into the highest classes of the University of Virginia. Opens September 0, 177. with qualified and accomplished instructors. For catalogues apply to J. B. BAYLOR. Principal, or JOHN A. LILE. Proprietor, Trinity, Alabama. m 13?" Terms In advance, 8113 for twenty weeks, for all expenses. TESTIMONIALS. Huntsvtllk. Ala.. January 11, 1876. Having been patrons of the Mountain Spring High School, we can recommend it to those having sons to educate, as one of the most thorough in the South. W. W. GABTH. L. MINOR, M.D. Mobilr. Ala., January 27, 1876. I take great Pleasure In recommending to the at tention of my friends snd tbe public generally, the claims of the Mountain Spring High School, near inmiy. on me Memphis ana cnaneston Kallroad. The salubrity of the climate, the seclusion of the locality, the conduct of tbe domestic deoartment. and the qualifications of the teachers, place the school In the first rank of educational Institutions. RICH. H. wilmeh. Bishop of Alabama. SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, 16 Third Street, MISS CLARA CONWAY, Principal, Assisted by skillful instiuctors, will open a privato acuooi ior xoung uuues ana mris jaonoay. September 10, 1877. TV TISd CONWAY having spent the last six months 1VJ In the study of the best modem school mth- ods. In addition to her experience as teacher and principal, feels Justified in assuring the people of Memphis that she Is prepared to offer them unusual facilities lor the thorough education of their daughter. Free hand drawing, the basis of Indus trial art education, will receive the same attention as In northern schools, forming part of tbe regular course, without extra charge. Penmanship, as an art and a science, after tne most approved plan. Special attention to elocution, for which a teacher has been employed. In addition to tbe regular elo cutionary exercise, there will be a daily vocal drill. uuiwu wiiu caiisiueuius, ior ae purpose oi vocal and physical culture. A normal class and Kinder garten will be opened October 1st tbe first for the benefit of ladles desiring to teach In tho publlo school or elsewhere; the last for the harmonious and beautiful development of the child, according to Froebel's principles - - Txrms In all departments, 825 per session. C five months. Muslo and lartguav'ea at pmriuars ike, ine h 01 MILUN ERY TO MERCHANTS, MILLINERS, AND DEALEKS IN FANCY GOODS ! Occupying now the very larze and spacious stores, Xo. 2.:i and J85S Main street, we shall, lth the opening of the early fall season, exhibit a very large stock or Millinery Goods, Trimmed Hats, Straw and Felt Goods, riowei's, Feathers, Silks. Velvets, Hiblions, JStc, which we will offer to the WHOLESALE TKADi: at the very closest Jobbing Prices. Our knowl edge, experience and facilities for manufacturing, enable us to compete successfully with the foremost houses in the trade. We invite an inspection. KEEMEE, HERZOG & CO. 253-255 Main street, crop. Court Souare. . M. L. Meaciiam. J. B. Toston. I COTTON 1 No. Union street, Memphis, Tenn. 0 Sir. W. T. ISowtlre lias charge of ilie Cotton Department. Announce to the Trade, that they are in reception of their COMPLETE FALL STOCK OF Domestic Such as Prints of the Choicest Designs; Bleached, Brown and Colored Cottons; Idnseys, flannel, Jeans, etc. DRESS OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MANUFACTURE. Our popular Raven" Alpacas and Mohairs; Arlington Alpacas, Mohairs, Bnllantlnes and Poplins. Fancy Goods, Notions and Furnishing Goods la extensive variety. Also, BOOTS, All of which they offer at prices which will be found to compare favorably with those of Eastern and Western Jobbers. An examination 01' our stock is solicited. MEIfKJEM BROS. MATEJ" STKEET, W00DWOKKEB8. MOORE, BASSETT & CO., Nos. 351 and 353 Second St., Memphis. CO o o Bnmtm a u e St a e e .a E M h e (t 9 O O S3 3 - e 9 . a o M Doors. Lumber Sash Laths ANO AND. Blinds , Sms FLuS J Sffrs ca. o C9 B C9 as a P as it o o -1 CO m e !..;', I'll r-'J--HMgnp,7i:' i.i IM-I i ll 'i ' a. o CD I CO p:l;t';;'i'.:'i:.!ill:ilj.,"ii;:;.x.!;.:f o WEEKLY APPEAL. ONLY $2 PER YEAR THE MAMMOTH Weekly Appeal1 CONTAINS 40 COLUMNS OF Well-Digested Topics OF THK NEWS of THE WEEK AS WELL AS THB Latest News of the Day AND IS WELL FILLED WITH Xiiterary Selections Embracing Political. Commercial. T.lterarv. Scien tific, Agricultural, Philosophical. Religious, ordinary news, and all other matters of interest -to the farm er. Manufacturer, Mechanic and Merchant- IJAA'KIt U1TCY. NOTICE IN UASKKLVTCY. In the District Court of the United States, for tbe District of West Tennessee. in the matter oi M. J. Rossell In Bankruntcv. rpHK undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap JL pointment ae Hgnee of M. J. Rossell, of Memphis, Shelby county. Tennessee. U. wimii.iihiim.k, Assignee. Memphis, August 8, 1877. wed KOTICE I9T BAISKKl'PTCY. In tbe District Court oi the United States for the Wsinct of West Tennessee. In the matter of Georee V. Isbell. In Bankruntcv. THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap potntmett as assignee of tieorge F. Isbell, ot union taiy, onion eounty.TenneHsee. GOODS A. W Roberts. E. E. Mcachaui. a FACTORS GOODS an excellent assortment ot HATS! COR. COURT. CI1AWCJEKY SALES. CHANCERY SALE OP REAL ESTATE. No. 3400. N. R- Chancery Court of Shelby county Annie L. Jones et al. vs. D. H. Townsend. By virtue or an Interlocutory decree for sale en tered in the above cause on the lUth day of July, 1S77, 1 niil seir, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front ot the Clerk and Master's olllce, courthouse. Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday. October O, 1877. within legal liuurs, the following described property, situated In Snelby county. Tenn.. to-wlt: Beginning at the NE corner or a 2250-acre tract known hereto fore as the Weaver and Turner tract; runs thence south, crossing iSoneonnah creek, in all HI chains and 87 links to a stake the NK corner of the SS di vision of said 2250-acre tract; thence west with the north line of said SE division 106 chains 1 link to the central comer of all of said divisions; thence W with rorth llneof Weaver's 513-acre tract 60 chains 37 links to a stake on the north line of said 2250 acre tnict; thence E 57 chains 51 links to a stake near the Dank of Konconnah creek; thence N 78 deg E 9 chains KO links, crossing said creek, to an elm on the E bank of the creek; thence 38 chains to links to the beginning; containing 640 acres, more or less. Terms of Sale Cash. This September 5, 1877. E. A. CO LB, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black, D. C. and M. V. H. Helskell, Sol. se5 wed CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE. No. 775, N. B. Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee T. A. Nelson, Executor, vs. M. L. Trigg et al. By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above cause on the 5th day ot July. 1877, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, lr front of the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main stieet, Memphis, Tenn., (Saturday, September 89, 1877. within legal hours, the following described property situated in Tipton ar d Shelby counties, Tenn., to-wlt: (1.) Thirty-five acres, more or less, on the east side of thirty-rive acres on which is the residenceot Lucy J. Stockley, and being the balance of the land between her residence-tract and the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad, In Sheiby county. (2.) Two brick tenements on Front Row, in the city of Memphis, commencing twenty feet from the corner of Adams street and Front Row, and running back sixty-eight feet. (3.) Thirty acres of land, more or less, lying In the county of bhelby and State of Tennessee, and adjoining on the west the lot of thirty-five acres heretofore given by said decedent to his said son In law, Henry C. Walker, intended to embrace all the land from the plank fence, which is the eastern boundary of the Walnut Hall tract given to W. M. Trigg, to the Hernando Plankroad, and to the Jun; tlon of the seven (7) acres now owned by said Hem) C. Wallcer. (4.) Two brick houses or tenements in the city ot Memphis, fronting fifty feet on Front row and run nlng back one hundred and forty-eight feet, and lying north of the two houses or tenements given by said decedent to bis daughter, Lucy Jane Stockley (5.) Also, the late residence of John Trigg, known as - Walnut Hall," with tbe land attached thereto, containing about eighty acres, more or less, with at. the Improvements thereon, and bounded fs follows viz: East at a plank fence commencing on Mcl inore avenue; running south about four hur..ire and forty yards to a plank fence; thence wettc Latham auenue; thence north to McLemore avenue, and thence east on McLemore avenue to the be;ln nlng. (rt,) Plantation In Tipton county, Tenn., contain ing thirteen hundred acres, more or less. (7 ) One hundred and twerty acres, more or less, in Shelby county, Tennessee, and lying between the Horn Lake road and the Mississippi river, and west of the land given to Mrs. Lucy J. Stockley. A portion of the above lands, situated just south of Memphis, have been subdivided Into lots or small .tracts by C. C. Burke, Surveyor, eta, and will be sold acordlngly. Verms of Sale On a credit or six, twelve and elgh teen (rl, 2 and 1 8) months; notes with approved secur.Uy bearing interest from date; lien retained and eu'ulty of redemption barred. This August 30, 1877. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master f J. Clack. Deputy Clerk and Master. H. C. KJng, Kortrecht A Cralt, Kstes A Ellett, H. G. Smith. IiB. Mcfariana. et at., solicitors. XISCELLAXEOUS. ToCountryMerchn'ts SEND for a Wholesale Prtce-Ltst of my celebrated Koita Conchat and other cigars that sell readily at 5 cents each. It will pay you to addiess bOL mjLEJayi. aiempnis. jcnii. GUARANTEED SPECULATION. S40O Invested by us in BQ days Straddles hue made S37SO. 8100 have paid S170O In 30 d;iys. We Guarantee all tiO day Straddles; Money refunded if no profit is made. References given. Corres pondence solicited. W. F. HL BBELL 4 CO., juemDers new iorg .aiming awca mcnange, P. O. box 213. 4rt Broad rtreet. N. Y. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AtiE. I will tmbart Information enabling famlllts to save $500 to S'lOOO a year in table expenses. Ho telmen, butchers and vegetable dealers particularly interested. Address W. H. STEVENS, 114 North Ktn street. St. l.ouis. Ma Cotton Planters. iA AAA SEAMLESS SACKS for cotton plck L J JJJ ers, all complete with shoulder strar. Lerurth of sacks S. 41m and fl feet. 10.000 yards SEAMLESS CLOTH, suitable tor pickers to make their own sacks. 1 1 is ot same ma terial as wheat sacks. One sack of this cloth Is worth two of Osnaburg. Give s a cull before buying Dry Goods Xon-itesitli'iit Notice. No. 1520 In the Cliitneery t nsrt of ShWry eotm!y, Tennessee. City of Men'hr vs Charie .Scvt-ring. It appearing from the henrrfc ivtuni In ihli cause that the dr-fend;int. Charles Sewering. Is not to be found In bis county; It is therefore ordered. That he make !.' ap pearance herein, at thecourtliouse lnthecityof '.leiu phls, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In Oc tober.l 877, and plead, answer or demur to com ; .ten ant's bill, or the same will be taken for conf?.sei as to him and set for hearing exi.arte; and that a copy of this order be published once a wevk, lor lour suc cessive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. Tnls2ith day ef August, 1 S77. A copy attest: EDMlTsD A. COLE. Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry- Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. V . Hampton, sols, for com ft . Jion-UoMileiit Sotice. a'o. 15-12 In the Ch.uurrCointof Shelby county Ten nessee.-City of Mcnii'lila vs. B. 1L Thorue etal. It appearing from the tritfl return In this caue that the detendants. it. II. Thcrne and Lizzie Thome, are not to be found In hi county; It is therefore ordered, Th;it they u ake their ap nearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or berore the first Monday In October, 1877, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as te them and set for bearing expaite; and that a copy of this order be published ouce a week, for four successive weeks. In t'-e Mempais AppeaL This 2Mb. day of August. 1 77. A copy attest : E. A. CO L E, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Depute c. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. H.impton, sols. forcompl'L Xon-lSesident Notice. v. j r"1 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. City of Memphis vs. George Yearby. it ninrino' fr"",,t the sheriff's return In this cause that uielefendmit, CnP Yearby, is not to be found In his county; . . . , It is therefore ordered, TliS be .make h s ar pearanoe herein, at the courthouse" ul tne city oi Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in October. 1877, and plead, answer or demur to com platnanfs bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to him and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. This 2.ith day of August. 1 8 17. A copy attest : E. A. COLE. Cleric and Master. By E. B. McHenry. Deputy C. and M. S. P. Wolker and J. W. HanuAon. sols, forcr.mpl t. ou-Ilesident Aotlce. No. 1557 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee. City of Memphis vs. A. C. erguson et aL It appearing from the sheriffs return In this cause that the defendants. A. C. Ferguson, A. S. Klttrelge, trustee, Mary Eddy and George U. Stahl, trustee, are not to be found in his county; It is therefore ordered, That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Mem pphls, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October, 1877, and plead, answer or uetuui to com plainant's biy.or the same will be taken for confessed a to them, and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this ordir be published once a week, for lour successive weeKS, m iae jiemynis appeal. This 2Mb day of August. 1877 A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry. Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walke and J. W. Hampton, sols, forcompl L wr 1 . A 'TaCaa 'o. 1 271-ln the Chancery Couu Tennessee. Citv nf r,,i.i L C4!ltners t al. t-. . JK. ppearlng from the sheriff's return In this cauIT kre?2-H0n1or.beforethe ,irst Monday in 2?PiJ;.i8iMi and 'l'1, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or th.: .wine will be taxen for con fessed as to him :md for hearing exirte; and tnat copy of ibis .,.Ier be published oiiw a week, s&rC'&ih Memi-hl3 Appea,: S. P. Walker and J. w. Hampton, sols, forcompl't. Non-Itesident Notice. No. 1544 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee.-Cltyof Memphis vs. Mrs. Lucy Barker It appearing from the sheriffs return in thio ,,,., o that the defendant, Mrs. Lucy Barker, Is not to be found In his county; It Is therefore ordered. That she make her appear ance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Mem phis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October, 1877. and ple.-id. answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to her and set for hearing exparte; and mak i copy oi uns oruer ue puonsned once a week for four successive weeks, in the Memphis AppeaL This 2th day of August, 1 877. A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry. Deputy C. and M. 8. P. Walkerand J. W. Hampton, sols, forcompl't Xoit-IEoMiUent Notice. No. 143rt In the Chancery Court of She by county, Tennessee. City of Memphis vs. Wm. Woolen et al. It appearing from the sheriff's return In this cause that the defendant, Wm. Woolen, is not to be found In his county; It Is therefore ordered. That he make his appear ance herein, at the courthouse In the citv of Mem phis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In October, 1877, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to him and set for hearing exparte: and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, In the Memphis AppeaL This 2Mh day of August, 1877. " A copy attest: E. A. COLE. Clert and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton, sols, for compl't. Xon-Resident Aotice. No. 1431 In t! e Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. City of Memphis vs. Otto R. Ottensen etal. It appearing from the sheriff's return in this cause that the defendant. Otto R. Ottensen, is not to be found in his county; It Is therefore ordered, That he make his arpear ance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Mem phis, Tennesste, on or before the first Monday In October, 1877. and plend. answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to him and set lor hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published one a week, for four successive week.-. In the Memphis AppeaL This 2Mh day of Augusr, 1 x77. A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By ii. B. McHenry. Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton, sols, forcompl't. Non-Kesident A'otlce. No. 1382 la the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. City of Memphis vs. Wm. L. v-tnee etal. It appearing fr,-m the sheriff's return In this cause that the defendants, A. C. Ferguson, George E. Stahl, trustee, and James H. O'Connor, are not to be found in his county; It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October. 1877. and Plead, answer or denier to complainant's bill, or Uie same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Ap peal. This 25th day of August, 1 87 7 a copy attest: n. a. tutu, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C and M. S. P. Walker and J. w. Hampton, sols, forcompl't. ' on-Resident Notice. No. 1548 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. leunessee. uy oi jiempnis vs. airs. Courtney a. Mitchell. It appearing from the sheriffs return In thl pahw that the defendant, Mrs. Courtney S. Mitchell, Is not w u iuuuu in uisuuuiiiy: It Is therefore ordered. That she make her ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October, 1877. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taktn for confessed as to her and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Ap- rtonl Thla OUth Hqv nf ....... . , o-r A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton, sols, for compl't. Aou-Resident A'otice. No. 1525 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, iciiiie!ej. viijr ui aiempnis vs. ennnes spence. It appearing from the sheriff's return in thi that the defendant, Charles Spencer, 1 ; not to be found in bis county; It Is theiefore ordered. That he ranks hi nnnejir- ance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Mem phis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October. 1877. and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bin, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to htm and set for hearincr exnarte: and that a copy of this order be published once a week. ior lour succeMive v.eeits, in me .aiempnis Apiieai. This 2Mb day of August, 1877. a copy- attest: a. cole, mere and Master. By E. K McHenry, Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton, sols, forcompl't. oii-Iteident Notice. No. 1510 In the Chuncery Court of Shelby county, leiuicssw. iso i". .iiunipnis vs. i. u. sKiaie. It appearing from the sheriff's return I that the defendant. J. D. Sldale, Is not to be found in nis county; If Is therefore ordered. That he make his appear ance herein, at the cuur;Jiouse In the city of Mem phis. Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October, 1877. and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be token for con fessed as to him and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. Thls2'.Uh day of August, 1877. a copy attest: t. a. lulk, Clerk and Master. By E. B. Mc Henry. Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J, W, Hampton, sols, forcompl't Non-Resident Aotiee. No. 152rt In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. lenued&ee .ny oi aienipms vs. nyman eciuoss etal. ft It appearing from the sheriffs return in this cause that the defendants. Hyman Schloss and Lazarus Schloss, are not to be found In bis county: It is therefore ordered. That they make their an- pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Memphis, Tenn.. on or before the first Mondav: In October, 1877, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's Din, or tne same will be taken for con fessed as to them and set for hearing exoaite: and that a copy of this order be published once a week, ior i our successive weens, in me uempnis Appeal. l nis ztun oay or August, i , . A copy attest. E. A. COLE, clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry. Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton. Sols, for com pl't. Non-Resident rbtice. No. 1547 -In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, rr fltviif lamr.lild .-j VI ... . '.. 1 1 It appearing from the sheriffs return In this cause that tbe defendant, Mary N. Caiawell, Is not to be found in his county: It is therefore ordered. That she make her ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Mempels, Tenn., on or before the first Monday In October, 1877, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant s bin, or tne same win be t iken for con fessed as to her. and set for hearine exnarte: and that a copy of this order be publ ished one a week, for lour successive weeas, in me aiempnis Appeal. rnis zsun aay oi August, 18 i i. A copy attest: E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M. S. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton. Sol, for com pit. 'on-Resident 'otice. No. 1601 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. 1 Clliieserr. ivj ui jiT-muia T3. dune. rj. Dianu. It aiHearlng from the shertil's return In HiU ranu that uie defendant, June B. Bland, Is not to be found in his county; It Is therefore ordered, Tnat sh; make her appear ance herein, at the Courthouse In the eitv of Mem. phis, Tennessee, on or liefore the first Monday la October. Is77, and plead, answer or demur to com- piainaiii s oui. or tna same will be L-tken for con fessed as to her and set forbearing eximte; and that a copy ot this order be published once a week, for four successive we. ks. In the Memphis AppeaL This 21th day of August, 1877. a copy attest: is. a. cole. Clerk and Master. By E. B. McHenry, Deputy C. and M. 8. P. Walker and J. w. Hampton, sols, forcompl't Non-Resident Notice. No. 1634 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county. icuucom. injr ui jieuipnis vs. a. f lynn et aL It appearing from the sheriff 's return in this muis that the defendants. A. Flynn and Mary Ann Fiynn, are not to be found In his county; it is inererore oraerea, xnat they make their ap pearanco herein, at the courthouse in tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in October, 1877. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for hearins exnarta: and that a copy ot this order be published onm a I week, tor four successive weeks, ta the Memphis Ap- I nal Thl. )lth A-iw 19 At.m.ut IUTT - A copy attest: E. A. OOLK, Clerk and Master, By E. B, McHenrv, Deputy C. and M. a t vi,. i ... .. . .... ' SHEKIFP'S SALE. Sheriff's Sale or Keal Estate. IDITSLIC notice Is hereby given. That by virtue ot mi execution to me directed from the Honor able Chaivceiy Court of Shelby co.inty, Tennessee, in the case of J. L. McAlenv vs. Daniel Crowler. jiKignifiii rendered on the 21st day of December, 1875. lor the sum of twenty dollars and seventy-five cents, costs of suit; to satisfy said Judgment, etc.. l win, on Tuesday, lHtb. Iay of September, 1H77 In legal hours. In front of tbe courthouse, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described property, to-wlt: Sit uated, lying and being in the 14th Civil District of Shelby county, Tennessee, known as lot Nos. four teen and fifteen, in block No. five, on LnRose street, having front of SO feet on Lftltose street by a deplh of ISO feet, being east of Brown's ttubdl vision icvieu on as ine property or aeianuant. J. u. ue Aleny. to satisfy raid Judgment. Interest and costs. jiempuu, 4tn uay oi August, is . C. L. ANDERSON, Sheriff Sheliy county, Term. By W. D. Cannon, Deputy Sheriff. W. A. Rodgers, Att'y for plalrtlff. au2r Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. PITBLIC notice Is hereby given. That by virtue ot an execution to me directed from the Honora ble Chancery Court of Shelby county. Tennessee, lu the case or B. Bayliss vs. Memphis Agricultural an Mechanical Society, Judgment rendered on thelllh day of April. 1877. for the sum of seventy-one bbit dred and fortv-feven dollars and fifteen cents, wit It Interest and costs or suit; to satisfy sold Judgment etc., I will, on (Saturday. Httx Day of September, IS 77 In legal hours. In front of the Courthouse, Memphis, Tenn., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, forcjsb, the following described property, to-wlt: Situated In the comity of Shelby and State of Tennessee, the tract of land known as the Fair Grounds, on the north side of the Memphis and Charleston BallroSXL about four miles east of the city of Memphis, con taining Wl.(4 acres, more or less, which was con veyed by E. Breathitt and B. J. Carroll to defendants (then the Shelby County Agricultural, Mechanical and Horticultural Society) on June 10. I860, and ot record in book 72, page a3. Register's office of Shelby comity, consisting ot two parcels described as follows, to wit: . . First-Beginning at a stake 178 links north ot the north rail or the M. and C. R. H-. and 80 links east of Uie west line of the E. Hickman 6000-acre tract, and running thence north 84 chains and 70 links 110 links east of said Hickman tract on the west line; thence east 28 chidns and 80 links; thence south 22 chhlns and 6:W links; thence west chains and 2433 links; thence south 11 chains and 86 links; theuce west 11 chains ana fioVi links to the be ginning, containing 8H.04 acres. . Second Beginning at the east side of Trezevant avenue, at a point due south of the southwest corner of the race track ground and H4 teet north of the center of the M. and C. B. R. track; thence east par allel with the south llneof the race-track ground 1 chains and Sola links to a point 94 feet from the center of said railroad track; thence south 1 chain and 4Vi links to a point 25 feet from the center of said railroad track; thence west and parallel with the said railroad track, and 25 feet from It, It chains and 551, links to the east side of Trezevant avenue; thence north with said Trezevant avenue I chain and 4ta links to the beginning, containing about 2 acres; levied on as the property of defend ant, Memphis Agricultural and Mechanical Society, to satisfy said judgment, interest and costs. Memphis, l .ihoayof August, 17 Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn. By W. W. Coleman. Deputy Sheriff. Adams ft Dixon. Atty's for plaintiff. an!8 Sheriff's Sale or Real Estate. , TUBL1C notice Is hereby given, That by virtue ot two executions to me directed irom ira nouor Haneery Court ot Shelby county, Tennessee, able .. 5Mtf. R. M. Bishop 4 Co. vs. J. O.Jal- In case N 2012. R- M. Bishop Co. Jacket ni m, L, JutLrments rendered on the Ia! F Wlmberiv t WJanuary, 1 877. for the nmjT&ano. dmeAS aggregate sum ot one hunoiv a Jiamenu dollars costs of suits; to satisfy 1 will, on - Monday, lOtb. day of September, 1877 in legal hours, in front of the Courthouse, Memphis, Tennessee, proceed to sell, to the highest bidde', for cash, the following described property, to-w:i: Situate, lying and being In the city f Memphis, county of Shelby and State of Tennessee, known as part of lot No. 1, in block No. 13, belngon the east side of DeSoto street, between Vance and Elliott streets, fronting 58 feet on DeSoto street by a depth of 166 feet, and is the same property formerly owned and occupied by W. L. Stewart, the house number being 256; levied on as the property of defendant, R. M. Bishop, to satisfy said judgment, Interest and costs. Memphis, 10th day of August, 1877. m C. L. ANDERSON, ShertB. By W. W. Coleman, Deputy Sheriff. Duncan A King, and Randolph, Hammond & Jor dan. Attorneys for plaintiff. Sheriff's Sale or Real Estate. PUBLIC notice Is hereby given. That by virtue ot an execution to me directed from the Honora ble Chancery Court or Shelby county, Tennessee, In the case of H. 8. Adams vs. M. and L. R. R. Co., Judgment rendered on tne 24th day of March, 1877, for the sum eleven hundred and seventy-eight dol lars and sixty cents, with interest and costs of suit; to satisfy said judgment, etc , I will, on Saturday, SOtb. day or September. 1877, 'n legal hours. In front of the Courthouse, Memphis Tenn., proceed to sell,, to the highest bidder, toi cash, the following described property, to-wlt: Stt u6ted In the county of Shelby, State of Tenness, and In the 15th civil district, known as lots Nos. 1, 2 and 3, C. S. Abercomble's subdivision, containing together about 68i acres, and bounded thus: Be ginning in the center of the old Raleigh road at Cherry's west line, and running thence north with Cheiry's line 41.80 chains; thence west 5.K4 chains to M. and O. B. R.; thence with railroad southwest- wardly chains to an avenue; thence south with avenue to center of old Raleigh road; thence with said road N 59 deg E 17.72 chains to the beginning, being the same described in deeds to said Fltzglb bon, recorded la book 62, pages 65 and 66, In the Register's office of said county; levied on as the property of defendant, to satisfy said Judgment, interest and costs. Memphis, 1st day of September. 1 877. C. L. ANDERSON, Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn. By W. W. Coleman, Deputy Sheriff. Wilson A Beard. Attorneys for plaintiff. se2 so. Sheriff's Sale or Real Estate. PUBLIC notice Is hereby given. That by virtue ot two executions to me directed from the Honora ble Supreme Court of Tennessee, in cases No. 4378 and 4374. Lucy P. Ralston vs. 11a P. Douglass et al, Judgments rendered on the 7th day of May, 1877, for the aggregate sum of five hundred and rrrty-oue dollars and thirty-nine cents, with Interest and costs of suit, to satisfy said Judgment, etc., I will, on Saturday, S2d day of September, 1877, In legal hours, In front of the courthouse, Memphis. Tenn., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described property, to-wlt: Stt.t ate. lying and being in the Third Civil Distrtt, Eleventh Surveyor's District, Shelby county, Tenne . see, boimded north by Wynne and Duncan, south by the estate of W. Ward, deceased, east by the Raleigh and Randolph road, and west by the estate ot W. Ward, deceased, containing two hundred and alTt. two acres; levied on as the property of defendant. airs, ouran r,. rainier, w saiisry said judgment, in terest and costs. Memphis, 13th day of August,l877. C. L. ANDERSON, Sheriff of Shelby county, Tenn. By Thos. F. Taylor. DeDutr Sheriff. Randolph, Hammond & Jordan. Att'ys for pl'ff. sa Sheriff's Sale or Real Estate. PUBLIC notice U hereby given. That by virtue ot two executions to me directed from the Honor able Supreme Court of Tennessee, In the case of the German American Bank vs. P. Twohlg et aL, Judg ment rendered on the 24th day of October, 1876, for the sum of four hundred and seventy-two dollars and thirty-four cents, with Interest and costs of suit; to satisfy said Judgment, etc., I will, on Tuesday, 25th day September. 18T7, In legal hours. In front of the courthouse, Memphis. Term., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following described property, to-wlt: All the right, title and interest ot the defendant, Thos. Dugan, in the real estate lying in the city of Mem phis, county of Shelby and State ot Tennessee: Be ginning at the southwest corner of Main and Ex change streets, In said city; thence running south thirty-four and one-quarter feet; thence westward, parallel with Exchange street, one hundred and forty-eight and one-half feet to Exchange alley; thence nor h to Exchange street thirty-four and odo uuarterreet; thence east with south llneof Exchange street one hundred and forty-eight and one-half feet to the beginning; levied on as the property of de fendant, Thomas Dugan, to satisfy said Judgment, Interest and costs. Memphis, 2lth day of August, 1877. C. L. ANDERSON, Sheriff of Shelby county. Term. By W. W. Coleman, D. S. Harris, McKlsick A Turley. Att'ys for pl'tff. a30th Sheriff's Sale or Real Estate. PUBLIC notice is hereby given. That by virtue of a venditioni exponas to me dlrtcted from the Honorable Supreme Court of Tennessee, In the case of the German-American Bank vs. Patrick Twohlg etal.. Judgment rendered on the 24th day of October, 1876, for the sum of four hundred and seventy-two dollars and thirty -four cents, with Interest and costs of suit; to satlsly said Judgment, etc, I will, on Tuesday, 3th day or September, 1877. in legal hours, in front or the courthouse, Memphis. Tenn., proceed to sell, to the highest bidder, lor cash, the following described property, to-wlt A4 the right, title and interest of the defendant, P i huuib, ui uo reui rauue moz in me city or .Mem phis, county of Shelby and State of Tmnrti- R v. glnnlng at the southwest corner of Main and J-'i-ciiange streets, in said ity; running thence south thirty-four and one-quarter feet; thence wet t ward, parallel with Exchange street, one hundred and forty-eight and one half feet to Exchange alley thence north to Exchange street thirty four and one quarter feet; thence east with south llneof Exchange street one hundred and forty-eUht and ene-half feet to the beginning; levied on as the property of de fendant, Patrick Twohlg, to satisfy said Judgment interest and costs. Memphis, 29th day of August, 1877. - ANDERSON, ... Sheriff of Shelby count, Tenn. By W. W. Coleman. Deputy Sheriff. Harris. McKlsick A Turlev. Att'ys forpl'tff. fa-Wth CHANCERY NOTICES. CHANCERY NOTICE. No. 4587 The State of Tennessee and Samuel watson. Trustee, vs. i ne Bank of Tennessee et als. Clerk and Master's office Chancery Court, Nashville. Tenn.. August 7. 1 H77. PURSUANT to a decree rendered by the Chancery Court, at Nashville. Tennessee. In the. abova entitled cause, on the 15th day of June, 1877: No tice is hereby given to all creditors of the Bank of Tennessee to lile their claims aninst said Bank, in this cause, with tbe undersigned. Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court, at Nashville, Tennessee, on or before the first day of March (next, 1878; and all the creditors of said Bank are further notified, that if they shall fall to file their claims before tne effects ot said Bank shall have been distributed In this cause, they will be excluded irom tbe benefits of said dlstrlbuilon. ROBERT EWINd, BUM thu Clerk and Master ATTOIIXEYS-ATLAW. Wm. M. Smith. W. A. Collikr. Paul Smith. S xxx It la. c? Oollior, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAty, o. 1G Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. M. I. I,. STEWABT, SOLIOITOB AND ATTORNE Y-AT-LA Office Xo. 34 Poplar Street, Memphi WILL practice In tbe Courts r Law and Chai eervin West TenneMee and Komh ul.i.i. slppl, and give special attention to eoiiAXinn.. Vvanalne. etn MUSIC TEACUEU. MRS. MARIA D. MONSARRAT, , TEACUEU Vocal and Instrumental Music