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THE MEMPHIS D.IX,Y 4lPP EALFEID A Y . NOVEMBER 3C. 1877.
GENERAL TRADE. Tbanksffiriov day btr oWrred s-rrUy tbito had N-rn looked f. owlnc to ae-a. hard froat whoa hlucur w im nutwd) t anxious to f ae Uua exuld ux u. Tbo stora bad fan ru-loa-r. durliic the una the wr ouaied in im morning, aadlaerewa ae aafHctrat bu-Irav. done lo make an chance nrVwe. Madlaou atrrrt i. rated a MundHf prct, it- bank were duard. aud ln soarp 4d toe celwalaia awar from Heathen Chlu eorwr. ami orbail stock, had r-a tor mw dr Th-eoUoq rxeiuuMca (uwao uuUI noon, but operators pnlamtt waUl K In a warn, plac ahl1. to. turke, am ouoked. aa1 all tbai cuuld be sal. ad cm -enaa wa mi a lew lud-ratl- Mea mn "looktrat around Tares t no Irkiruii. O'tiarqueoU. IM cotton Itort wa. - ban of details aa tA. Anao. lal report, lo IMimenl aar4 few puur stuwnnc mtMiala eontitved " throucb the avoUui.s." tut im re sults wre slender. A UUla earn cum In and we Ha rd or asi. of Hj sack of ear com at fiOe. Al-o 47 oalr or lilo aa, cna na baiMls at a I 'A iid&.at Slit AO Ouramrut was will nrki. and wlLh a4S 'am at 2 AU. pulatum varra anslouai, erfciua; burer.; AO banal of ruse aold at f I HA. au-1 2it at SI 40. iraia emaiord very Dim. a aj a Mmu or pnngi.i at J no. WWxir kee a comluc in. a ad tnr. I. lredr an over-atoeh at $A a hai.dred. SM when It nan ba ant. AVot auu.Ki-r ob account of tba rlvrr. and 2i wa federal!) talked if by holder. Poultry uruW wantUiaaooa "lebaaod. Iby flo7 bu dapartad' witn lb arrival of UuuiksKlvlfi; dinner una: any a lew alive auid for 12 a ouxeo, and some driaaan for from 14 to 16c. 1 ba Cincinnati fnotarsr ear of potatoes: italora baa been lower, ootar liberal feoclta. and tna de biaDd at tba reduced prions Is quite moderate. Car sot . a arrival, avra oil red at 8-Vioe for rasseia and aartf raaa, and oortiiern peaebblows at 42"4-ie. but K was not aasf to make sales at mr 40c for tba laiw " CJtararas, $Ja; dnwt, f i 60f?. iMxkt, 1 7S fit Omm, t4 60ct&. H"Vta loot at S4 40; la store, bt tna earcajat, fUtirte. bmf foraqaar tera. aV(24c: binoquarka. Prvetncxu, wbuaeiiJe and packed -rtnloea. 7r27Vee; clear nb. kx f clear. rAfettrAte; snoildrr- fit &)! bams, 7lya. sct unoanTaa-d break faat bacoa. lOtae. Urn uneanTasrd I llyT 1 mc af pur. li 6a Jnf-t-er, Htat?Mae: ball barrel, wttwlsr; yU'l wuuuu palts Vtayrwtsje: Uo aar. llWifuVc OrtU, -i 86. ifomaap, H flVrtl 76. sjaasraTawf Cllid' DaU Wat eUlof oo Um UndU U S2 aft a hall barrel. KIVKB NEWS. raihrr. Th ws I rir i D tmir rr K-'rrs. h.'ki airs, and bum nKr la i.tUns on all tba dotbet tbey ana earrj, and Uc-o ail ara uot otpi. klTota. Miat. OMflrl .. ,. B. a. awwr Hovernhe- K77. kbowjlow ibannes. 1 . Rla. rail rest I Inebax lncn Oaim im 1 12 ClnolnnaU. " 9 8 0 f 7 1 Hsians. ark. - 8 0 La ft 10 U la 10 ....... 8 L Ids I 7 11 raapkla. I ... 7 N ah .a 9 25 Nm 1 1 4 1 PIUatMirc 7 6 .10 brein 21 6 1 8C LHa 18 4 t Tie- 'K 8 8 -.4 It!!. 4 43 ' no.HS 8:4.1 80.H IQr m 4Q m i r Mlniainr !-- 23 H 24 .00 .00 00 CI Mir Cloudy. Clear. W. N.W. " 21 M'ELUi. 6KL Big. Ber. D. & A W, Rmvmf- at I br Lrvar. ABklVtlA On'enntsJ. Loul -: City f Chtr Pt Lnul: City of Hi-Imi. M ' oul: lieors-e W. Cbeek. friars rutnt; tiara asu. m oiie nver. DEPBTUEES. OentennUl. IIhw Orleans; N-tdlne, Cache river; Bard Cash. White rlv-r lienne W. Cheek, Friars rami a. 4. w ut e araansa. illy. IN PORT. Tint Sblukl-", City o' H-lena. BOT3 DVK. Jowt Oeorol Bella, Golden Crwn. Tp Kfte Hooper. Belle of Texas, Coahoma, Uraud Tower. BOtTS LltTTNO THI5 DAT. Josowwi Linnrxo Oaoeola Belle, J. O. ad drew, master, Bve p.m. CinctKKATi Vlat Sbtnkle, James Kennlston, mas far, Br p.m. St. LoCIS Grand Tower, George Lennox, master, five p. in. Fmuk Point Coahoma Stuck Le, master, flve p.m ViciMBCkO Cltj of Ue'en , I H. M'Kte, roas'er, tau am. RECEI PT8. Oeorc W Cheek -HH bale cotton, l baseed aeit'Mi, Ifr) sarks c'too-ar, u pkn- snnd les. H i d Caab Bnht - t of White liver 1042 baes ottoa. kam -ack rot'"n--l, 1 15 pkir uniri-. Oil of Chester 2 ' b n li flour. 1 00 aa.-ks meal, 127 aaok- ear com. 2"M barr-l- aiiles. IO bt rels bora r'ill.ib K bnl- s ha, 2H7 pgs lard. 20 bons. lA bales eotum 3 Wo sacks cotton seed, MOO p andres. Vint -brnble 47fl dry bnnvla. I85v-et barr-1 , 200 plur furniture, 41 k kegs nails. 150 kites pU feet. 8 -ovea, 20O Iw rials ap-kes, 75 sacks pota toes. 1806 plows and ctatlng. 77 bntes cmton, 4A&. apt oil barrels, 4Drl5 pkirs mlacetlitneoui frelsbta jrv.e Psraarrapnn. Rualiwias mofW te. The thek. in and ou yesterday, bad 'air trips both wars. The CI y of Clx-wer departed forst Louis with bnlrs of cot on. Toe oedeti Crown. Captain H. H. Drown. Is due down, cm rente to New Orleans. Euttei e ntnfcle Is her olerk. The a. 1. htte l-n for Arkaoms City I pi ce or the Illinois, veawrda, wl b Captain Nat 8. lireen in ejommand. The tiraod Tower the Ilfhtn1n 1 ae-et of the Anchor lle. pssam up for bt. Louis at flve o'clock this evening The D T. Lone, witb eev -nteen bxrcea of coal, Baaaed Cairo, oamlng aoulb, Monday. It la a spank ins; braiKMU. a sppdal aotioa elsmbere annnonees that th Ruth will ro out for Wblte rlv ' aexi ba'unlay, with Captai 1 Milt Harry In m rnd. A tettwram from Caot In Ha 1 . at D 4-e itnte that the g lie of lxaa pa-wi there last nlcht wiin fr one UKkMand on of cotton. The dlie, wb cb ha b-e" lylnj; here seven' days awaltln an open nt left e terday lorCacbe liver, on of the trl utaivs t - White river LolVrs avre t are- as hen's tb o the leve east May. The ot w n1 y k o- Id uot cou pon witn the r d a Of m ort. ! know. Tba Ctrof H-len-t a ivrd after da k rmm -t sVeuls, and la s ovrr till ten ort 1 a th mornln( when she lean tae eler t r ior Vie b r. Taa Hard Mi. frutn Whlh-r v r. arr v- t yPter day mopilnc ltbard' I" ' b on rl d elwwh. f. 8b retiimed t nliti.t a lb a B . ho ii f Tr Ight Tba Vint Sblnkle from Incinn tl. irm.iM e-iw-day nvinilns; ltb ab-nit t m- b n -r-d tmi ml el laneous frebrnts. nh leavrj on the trtu 1. trip at flve o rlorrk ibis ew lu. O. Wash. rkxd. fM-aier J river ck-rk, but nw south wielarn paaerunr and tra llrur aavni of th atarnpa a rnd Llitleoek rOlway, Is I the cltr n )ov1n( the sml ee and euns; atulatlona of old f rtemto. The oIloAt'ic aCe unr- ar advrtlesd to kave to dtf: The "ace la l f"T lohQHHi'a I and lut; Vint 8bl ikle, for Cine noatl tlrand IrniT to' M. Loula; .oaborat. lor ITria a Point; Cltj of Helena, for Vicksbura. The Trwwafer R f , 4. me el rier Me. Thai AfprI. rir u-l-r u. L ) m blown out f hi- re-krml if tettday. but fortu aateiy fell into 1 bands ci apt In M 0- au.U bo Is auparliitendt c tb mp etl n ! the n- ati ru pbia and Uitle Hoc ral a lianf-r b a now be tuc .Ubed uw ai tb fu4 of anbliudon strait, t'P exMlte the Little Bock detot. alter baeii g out Caota n Malnca ih kindly suowed a through tbr De boU. aaretuliy oXtllitut ID- various a 'Ira -tlv- feature of lmpooiciil -on be old plan," bi whlo we were impreased with the f ct that tbe new transfer boat win be melir .11 ever p rtteular 'o of packr of tbe kinl arkav no tne lsslalpul Iv r. Her dime stout af" 2 iO fert loru over all. 4 ill feet beam. 7 test bol.l; 2 enidiie each 21V I- cbe In diameter by 5V t et stroke; 1 t Uer an each aide 47 la'tbes in diameter h? 2M fret lone, altb s'X 10 Inch flues, wb et 24 tret In nUmeter. buckets 10 feet iuna;. bbe will have two double trtctts nd will earrytwelea Iretaht ear, or 4x passenger Ooache. I'ndnr sob of tbese traaks are coui4rueird fora ai'd ' aft Du'kbeaii that kve suppoi tinf stensb to Ibe treka aa wall a ddinx strvoitui to tba eooatructlo 1 of to boat. One x the f-aiun-a the fieslsn ol tne new bt s roomlo- ss In every oeparuneni. liowlnf for enmfonahle promenade on U. boner Je--k; a taift r -omy pllotbuu e,ete Hc-rl w Is cup plied with A kins' piu-nt "f rry brtogn" or apron levator and truck adjuster " I. vented espenallv f r rallro o trauKfer btMta. This Inven Ion outlets of an Incline f urtjr lly deerrer) ttacbed to tbe bow f tbe boat, en no Ing b. r Pi raise air na wbeo ap proaih ruf 4 lan llrut. and to knn-r them when leav Idc tben-by saving a vt anrunt of Um - an.i la bur, as tbe boat eau b m-uld fa.t tbe Instani ft be autaes tbe craillea. and can be let go euunlly as siu ek. and by Ita (id-ullar oonstniilton It fotma a Mrfeet alignment of t ach on tbe boat and cradles. Tae new Invef'tfin 1 01 awa wiauytbr te-turea whleu reearnmend R for transter 1 oats, whlcb aa have not room bere lo enumeta-e. It is Mitnoeat o a that Ibe nrw boat will ne in even panuui.vr pe cwilariy adai4sd to tba trans er of f eUtbt and pas sexiger coaches avroa the Hla-i slept rtver. I be boll was ouilt by If. utt tig. tbe o-ubrated bull builder of Metropolis Illinois, under the ctireeuon and a.ipeiTUlon of 1. tala Jame Lee. Jr.. of tbia etl. Tne nil was then towei to tols my. wnere her machlDeiy and up,rwors were complete andVr the direction of Ca 4a n Malnga il . "h-i Is to command ber wb-n be g liit-ioutnmlulnn. Engineer B W. KejoO'd-, of t;e Oatoonia. supeivlaed bc e(tii f of ber ma-eam-ry. a snfticleot guarantee that It I wr4J oon . H-wcrew will his! I I ai4am William Maln ( t inas-er; A ex. Map gaail pi ot; hd Lan-bam u4JHu pr- outl. eiuitnreni; El fhrj ey. ran -ter. -b - wl I be rexly for bu In- - by the flfiiitb of nerember. wbei -a wl' b an wl ttix lie erul Plon. after H.e ot t e HMmliiei.t ofiVI Is f lb Mettpbsand Lltte Rnk ra.leai. o'pennwodeni Bmltn of tbe LIUle Kuck raiUay Is t king mwb ln tereln Beoewbo,! and seem a. i ruud ber i U h-were li bin on. We also eel i-roml t th new b w. bw use be I- tbe to ati-tni-hi en t rar'.m bring a iy enln-ly but 1 ul Meuipbls Bmli .1 - f . I mHn niKi - d m'l.K k - k J. B. & W. A. Faires, Late of rorreat Faires). Healer In MULES to HORSES .S5 I'tilen mtrrrt, Ser Porttofflre empaln, Tenn. A large aaaonrnent Stnck always on hi (venthlng vuaranieed aa repreaej led. rate .41 4.l. FISHIONABLB IfREXSHAKING nivi a. a. WALL. TTATIVO retutned fron om Mew Tom. win oe glad 1 X to raeet all her op rrieoda and oda and custooBers. of Third, an. 1 u p Ml feplar ireet earner ail arAsrs si the laassl mim aad I 1TKA3IBOA1X NPECIAL XOTICE. rpBX Steamer RCTH, W. C. Barry, Master, will reave aaiLKiiAI, at f p.m. f w til Tk BJVEIt, tbrouah to cearcy and .ackanaiaw . ena nectlng rlreet wKh mramrr Vllt Harry for B ack ri-er, and wnb daily BUwvlil packets, taking bual- oeaa iur way landings on uiai'aiipui nver. J. T. W riHl.Si.T-i.V. Agent. Leg-wlar Meaabls awd Xew Orleawa aBve)t rorthe Weaaasi. r. J. a. ciieldr r i. w. Hicks master I Cbaa H. IMx clerk teevea slenipbla lor Vic .burn. Natchez. Mew Ur- aaai uo ail way ana neno uuwiings Wednesday, November 2Mtb. at S P-m. W'edtawday, iJecembcr 2th, at fi p.m. Wednesday. Iieceraher 2r)tb, at 5 p.m. nblpper and traveler, ean rely on .he strictest punauMiny, as ine neutiuer wiiialwaj leaveoo Ume. W AdHLNUTOJS 4 CaH I KH. H. . Lee Wbarfboat. Rea-wlavr tfeaapbl. asd Xrw Orit Pwkel fee tbe Mrtwa. Htr. J as. Howard. B. B. Pearam master I J. H Ciumiliw -i..rk ! Leaves Memphis for Vldcihurr. Natchez, NewOr- mmum aou au way ana oena landing Tburscay. hnvemtier 22d. at 5 p.m. Thursday, Iieeemlier rtth, at 6p.m. Thumdav. Derember ooth at K n m Shipper know the Howard la a large carrier, and aw aecntnisouaiion rnr pesengers. WABlKUTOit atCABTEB, H. L. Lea WhArrboat. Kesmlar afeaaphla awd Srw Orleaaia ruin rer tne wrn. Thorn DHon Iean.. TVa Ju. B. Pepper master I Pnudt Beck. clerk Leaves Memphis fur Vlcktbuni, Natchez, Mew Ot- am uq ail way ana oena landing Tuesday. Kovera er 20th. at 6 p.m. Tuesday, 1-ieo-ruber 4lh at 6 P.m. Tueadav. Deeember IKth. itlnn. PhlDDer and traveler, ean relien thta Haaateamae teaviug punetimiiyoo lime. WaAHINhTON 4 AHTER. B B. Lee wbarfnoat. Memphis and Vicksburg Pkt. Co. Htr. PIIII-lIIN.siSl Will leave for Vicksburg every TUESDAY, at 6 p.m. Htr. II4I.IXOIS. eS2u Will leave for Arkanaaa City every MO DAY al,d TttutttiUAI. at 6 n.m. Htr. A J. WIIITKaaj Will leave for Helena and Trfnrs Point every TTJKS- IAY, THUKSDAY and SATl'KDA v, at h p.m. JOHN J. DAEBAGH, Hupt. R W. tlOHTBT'RNK. Agent Vint i-ront St. FOR ST. leU'js 17. at. Mafl f or Oemwlw. ew Hadrld Hleltaaaw a ate l)t. flteamerQRAKD 1'nWER. Cmnog..... master W U taa- TUU OtY. Nov. 81Kb. at p.m. AD. STORM, -ir'i wiM.itin Kiver Tlvarn rVrmnan. Pi ik VlPKShURlv rwphl. a.d mu 1.-1- Pr n-y- Affl'HOh I.IMK-VAKKX1MI V. 8. MAIL. Tor Helens ArkupoMi. i.reenvllle. Vicksburg and way landtnga: eni neetlng at Arkonnns with rail road lor Ptne Bloff, and at Vicksburg with steamers for the Yazoo nver ann rew urieana. rHenmer CITY OK HELENA. ZZi' liwae H. Mck'ee master S4aua will leave FRIDAY. November Utb. at 1.1 am. from Elevator Hul'dlna. ticketing pa-wnKer and giving through b'Us la lng to Pine Blufl and all point-on Varno river AD. THVI Snn't. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. For Heleua an tbe St Francis river Canyliig (J. 8. M nil The Hcrht-diaft xteamer TlAltK TWAIN. Sii J. ft. Randall master. Will positively leave THIS DAY. at 6 p.m., as above, and every Tuesday and itelurday until further nolle. For frelnht. etc. apply on hoard, or ftienn's wnarfb't. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. MemDbls and Arkansas River Packet Co For Pine Bin" and Little Rock Elegant passenger steamer lavatie Hooper, cj Ed. Nowland maeter I Jas N. Thompson. .ciiuk Leaves SATCRDAf, Deoeinber 1st. itSpm. JNO. N. HARBIN. SiiD't. 2U2W Front J. T. WASHINGTON. Art on H. K. Lee Wharfboat. TOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. Mempkia and Ohio Kiver I'acket Couip'y FOR LOUISVILLE ASD CISCISNATI. STEAMER Vint Shinltle, James Kennlston . . master A. J. Ltndsey clerk WILL LEAVE MEMPHIS , Om PBIDAY, Xev. 30th, at S pjm. For freight or passage apply to R. W. LIGHTBURNK. Bnp't. 29 Front St. FOR NEW ORLEANS. For New Orleans. THE GREAT IRON STEAMER Chns.P. Chouteau. W. H. Tborwelgan .master G. MUtenberger drk V 111 leave Tared. y, Dee. 1 Ith. C P and every alternate Tuesday during tbe season. and will carry out all contracts o the late steamei -.rand Hepublle BRADFobM) KLY. Agents. FOR WHITE RIVER. HILT HABkYH tewssikla. W kite Had Hlaek Rlvnrw I a. WiKtl Idwe uw. at ltienea aimiu . ult. Dee are, Augusta, Jacksonpun Aran . e.ircy latesvUlr Powuatlai V1 ncar.".' "eirwant passeogef aieame . KITH, efv bci fl.-tl'IU'.. eVel , ?ill lUlltl P.IU.. ' aui with ifc-Hiuet v!'4 fi'f' fo' all rmlnw v:a nvet "roir raioe m ireiii. ane lvhw- U' ail 'ncs and htte rivers. frelrht or asurtr 'iipi on iiiimu im V I T. wtrHIViiTn.V, R. E. Lee aharfboat. W. C. HARRY, ill' t--"l street, up tain.. .!"! ooiMstito to Wilt Harry wJi be uanunx ree ol it- lar, li-anure ami enmroliwlno ac n' nfyf. i-' 4 1 .iu tut rpv.ue.t .Hrwsfel libit- Kiver Packet. r slaatMnta, Jsrksospsrt, Meat Pala arsrei aad all Way H.I at. Tbe Regular Independent Packet, II A Kit CASH, u. C Pueuu capUki 1.1 leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at ft o'elort m. rhmiwti bills ut lading to all points on appe TMHe and nines nvers. tpolv for erelgnt of iaiae lo RW. Ui.HTBHRNE.atW) Front Btreet o or -. . .- a7t,H-..i FOR HELEN.. Begulai Mem puis and Helena lndeeu eul I ri Weekl) Packet For Beiineit's, Commerce, Coun Ctl Beii s, MhootLi. Walnut Beud. Austin. Helena and all intermediate landings Tbe elegant pas senger steamer Ot o. W. Cheek, M. R. Cheek master A. L. Cummins derv Leaves Memphis MusdaTs, WkisdBOAT9 and Friuats. at .. p.m. For freight or passage apply on board or to BHiDUnD A RI.Y. Agenis H04 Front t. FOR FRIARS POINT. LKE LINK STJEAMKUN! CAR&Tllte VSITKD BTATS8 MAIL. Htr. COAUOJ1A. Hacker Lea master B. R. Thomas clen Leaves KVT.RY MONDAY. WEDNESDAY am v'RlDAY, at r) p.m., for Helena, Friars Point am all way and plantation landings. J. t KisHiviiTfiN. Avrr ton snt at. KOR ASH PORT. Memphis and osoeola Packet Line Carry lug United biatea Mall. Steamer Ottceola Belle,' jf t. Q. Andrew master I B. O. Mlenell cien La Memphis every MONDAY. WEDNKSDAi and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m-. tor Handolph, Fultou, nar. o, . au. AsbporU Passerurers ana shipper, nlnase rwer In mind tlat we leave on tlma. Freight re ceived at Glenn' wharfboat at all times. R P. iiLENN, Arent LOYD & FRITZ No. 265 Wain Street, cor. Court, r. D. Bara mat's OI4 Mtaad). DEALERS IK FIXE WATCnKS, MILVEItWABE, JEWELKY! Have a large and well-selected stock of Kew a of the trfttcat Pat tera. suitable for Also, great variety of French acd American CLOCKS ! t-stepaJrlas; ef Watehee aasl Jew- LrF vrwaapuy atSeawed te py werhjatea. "ifi; COTTO X-CL, K A SI EK. O- O- O- Complete Cotton Cleaner thoronKhly removes all Dwet, IlrC Savwd and unt raeai rrcm eouon oerore ginning; saves tbe wear or toe ginsuna. increases ine yield or 11m ana in.proea Um ifualUy from I to 4 graOea. It Is light running, simple in operation, easily understood. and readily adlusted to steam, water or tone-power. sianiiiactnrea ana soia uy THE ALLISON MACHINE CO., 229 Second Street, Memphis. r Bend for drrnlars and prlea-llut j WI11SK.Y. TH0& 6ATF I J A3. W. GAFF HENRY W. SMITH T.&al. W. (i AFF & CO. Distillers of Bourbon and Rye ACKOKA. IHIrlABTA. BENBT W. 8M1TB I THUS. GAFF I JA8. W. GAFF HENRY W SMITH & CO., HE D1VTILLEKH OF BliUKBuX & El WHISKIES, ; CISCIXIATI, OHIO. All goods made bytha above bous- s fully guarantees aa represeniea. k. h. LX1KKF.. rime Areor ear wemnnia ha RmnM now Ki.ACKMniTHI.X.. ifeiTSwi: Mtrxyj u. lay sa, ROBERT LEWIS. FRED. W. THOMAS, 'aBBaWsaMi LEWIS & THOMAS, Boiler Haker A? StniMat BlHCkomitriK, Blacksmlthtng of all klndK Copper and 8heeHrT Workers. All work promptly done, day or rdght Term. cash. Residence. Na MO Promenade. Fl.t'WBIXta. Browne, the Plumbei SrM aPiflsM. Water Vines, steam Pipes, stone afipe, Rubber Pipe, Bath Tabs, Hydrants iti Flxtnreri! Qaii Fitting I uram r ltt Inert i e?ERTTHlH CHEAP. J. W. X. BEMfcWXE, ?sa spcnnd St.. ooo. Court Snuai DIsrKXSAKV. r. t. . joiio-on i, PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, No. 17 JEFFEKSOD STREET, Betweea 9f aia aad Proat, Sleaaphlti. IkSTABlJBHKD IB I8riai TlR. JOHNSON ts ackriowledid bv all narrJes In- xJ te rea ted as by far tbe must suocessrul Dhjs.clac li tbe treatment ot private or secret diseases. Inlck, t borough and permanent cures guaranteed tn every m maie or remaie. Recent canes or uoiiotrnea uid Syphilis cured In a few days, without tbe ore of oercury, change of diet, or hindrance from business. lecoiiuary aypnuis, the last vestige eradicated witli- mt the use of mercury. Involuntary loss ot semen topped In a short Ume Sufferers from Imputencf r loss or sexual powers i resrorea to tree vigor in a ew weeks. Victims of self-abuse and exeeeslve venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and lues ot -nysicai and mental power speedily and perma ently cured Particular attentloii oala to tbe Disease ol w imen, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new reirrdles All consultation strictl) eonnuentlal. Medicines sent by express to all parts of uw conn T Office hour, rrnm a a.m. to n p.m Sundays ' ! 'I' u a. MIHIN.-WIW M u. Maoijcn Dispensary, S01 Bo. Clark 8b. Ckteafo. IU. ML C SMiKlnW trana all HtlClL ASS CHVOMC DIMKAHKS MfrlT. rarclT, piivmM. It. SeKaSlTOAIIHtr.l. kuxcal debiuty. f KIM KSBSa, UHOTSkCT. nLOTCUKSOS THS rtCS. M.. reaterliai SURRIAUa . ranrSK. raeoaavaUy (rand. P.msM(n slMures te- MDta tKMtan. HI. aAKKlAUg illjOS SKXCAL PiTHOUWV. a vark of anra ILIXSTKATKa. MQtalaloa aiaeh that vu w, Kin. puniufo, Mat Tor ou et. i. a atcurea .nraiapa CO.8lLTATIO frM u. CO.riSIC.T1Al OON Saul baipa evBaaya s to a p. m. PlS.nntL.lTTI OA- NOTICE. IHsiMolniiou of Partnership ""HE partnership heretofore existing between Sam- L uel Moby and C. P. Hunt, under the mm name nd stile of Monny. H nt Co.. l-i this day (Novem er I. IK17.) dissolved, by the aala Mosbr retiring inereiroin. t;. r. num. ann nis partner in ou.iines r. J. nuut, -111 pike charge of tbe assets, and pay ui 01 uie inueuieunea 01 aiosoy einm a uo. 8.MUEL M.SBY. C P. H' "NT. T. J. HUNT. In retiring fiom the firm ot Mosbv Hunt A i O.. I Vtkepiea urein recommending my successors to the patron- of tbe old arm. S. MOoBY. stempnu, November l, mn. C. P HUNT. THOa J. HUNT. C. P. HUNT & CO. W HOLiEtf ATuE COTTON FACTORS 1 And COMMISSION MERCHANTS, So. 30G Front utreet. HOSBT HVXT BLOCK MEMPHIS, TSNH. Referring to above, we lesnectrullv solicit a coounuanoe 01 ineiavors nitneito bestowed the old hi m. and promise our must care nil attention to ail uuslness Intrusted to our care. DISSOLUTION. 'pHE firm of Pbelan A Murphy was dissolved by l muiuai consent oeptemper lutn, sir. uen. Pbelan reunng. SEW riRH. J. 3. MtTRPHY. B. F. MtTBPHY TAJ. J. J. MURPHY and B. F. MURPHY, unde .VI tbe firm name of Mumhv St Murnhr. will continue tbe Fire, Marine aad Hall Inaar- - n.irm, at no. 5 Madison street. Mem- Phis. Tenn. Tbev will represent onli flret-uiasseom- panies. and are preparm to take risks on Uih -Buosas na all or nee rtaiae. -iranie iienratrtv. X Q. It KS I D KXTS. Kon-KValdent Kotice. Na 2755 In tie Chancery Court of Shelby eotrntr. 1. niMsssee aoorn ennnie) vs. t. u. rosiou, admlnl trat r of J. O Greenlaw, decea-ed, et al. It .Duearlns; fiom afhd vlt in this eau-e that the defendants. W. rx ureeulaw, and bis wife F nuy ureenlaw; and allleiireeuUw. lai uy Greenlaw ai d nule iireeniaw. their eulid ea. are non resioenu of the rtate of Tennessee; 11 ts tberefore oniered. That tbey make Ux tr ap- earance herein, at tne eourtnouse tn tiie eltv of Mt mphls, Tenn.. on or befure the first Monday In December, I8i7,and P'ead. answer or demur 10 com- plal ant's bl 1, or tbe same will be taken for con- reeasd a. to them and set tor bearing exuarte: and I that copy 01 in is order be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. T..l..llhil.flil ortnlM. 1 w7T . um. " www, , ' - , I A copy attest: K. A. COLE. Clerk and Master. By K. B. M :Henry. Deputy C. and M. Har is. McKisk-k t Turley. sot-, for eomplt. ffr 'on-Rident Rotlce. N No. 1H38 In tbe Chancery Court of Shelby county. lenneasee. a r. Anoerson. txHnnuasioner 01 ttevi-nue. etc, vs. Mary Morlarty et aL It appearing from the sheriff return In tbls can that the defendant. Mary Morlarty, Daniel H. Mo ri am ana ttary a. Monany, are not to be found In hlsoourity: It Is tberefore or 'ered. That tbey make their ap pearance herein, at tbe courthouse in tb. eltv of Mempbia, Tennessee, 00 or belure tne Orst Monday in Jauuan, 1878. and plead, answer or demur to i complainant' bill, or tbe same will be takr-a for ooalesaeil as to them and set for bearing ex parts; 1 and that a copy of this order be published once a weak, for four suoueastve weak, in the Mempbia Ap- yw, .us loHiuiin flvremDir 104 4. a anyy ock: a. a. tAU,a, tier and Master. w. mr a u.iiua ru,.,,. r. - . m ; uriiij, uwj v. .tint j. Joan Johistiw. sol fur compTt. novlOfxl The iiui MENKEN BROS. MENKEN BROS. KXTBAORDUABT REDUCTIONS DRESS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS PCBCHAMKD rOB CASH. O FIKCKtt OKNIRABLK COLOK8 ! Seal Brown, Myrtle, Green, Navy Blue, Bronze, Plum, Mode, etc., 75 CKXTa PER YARD. REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS 3 REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS AXOTHER LIXK-HASF. COLORS. 90 CENTS. REDUCTIONS htotciions REDUCTIONS IOO PIECEM (EXTBA HEAVY), Colored Faille Drees Silks, At 81, SI 25, SI 60,41 e , 81 75and8, rally 25 per cent, less thaa last Tear' prloes! REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS Reductions REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS eso BL'K DRESS SILKS! At 60c, 65c, 75c, 85c, 95c, 1, SI 25, 81 60. SI 65, SI 75, up to 86 per jaxd. REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS TKIIiLAItOS ! Black Silk, all 24-Inch wide the best 611k In the trade for wear, warranted pure Silk, free from changing, and will not torn greasy from wear. PRICES 81 75. SI 85, 82 and 83 25. ' REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS "No trouble REDUCTIONS REDUCTIONS Menken Bros. A C TKhADrrMX. A B. TREAJDWELL. A.C.&A.B.TREA CBUccsasoaa to a. a Wholesale Grocers No. 11 OFrEB AW.OOU baa ale iron Ti9, SOOt rolls lOOO pallt w nercee ta&rne. SO tlercee L.ard. (Km brln. Krftned elaajar. IOO hhila IMMMI keen 54M ukiM. waiw oar rets nail. OOO pkcs. Tewexner witn a ruil ' Coosurumtiniaof Cotteu aolklted. and liberal store .as i' as that nnnmimed tn nt bv river, unle-w ... t . f UK'l tU, Vf. c. PORTER, TAYL Wholesale Grocers, AJTKb Cotton .300 FRONT ST., Bet. Agents for Champion Plows and the COTTON-GINS SOL.D TAYLOR, McGULRE & COe, COTTON FACTO US. Brooba'e Previa. Wlnehlp'a Improved Io Horse and Htram-fower freHeew prleew from HO to eoo. "-Friaght-learing HorscKaglar." Mf- ;'M'RI' L.T IX i OM " EW GOODS! 200 brls. choice and prime Lrnlslana Molaases. 100 bbds. new Louisiana Sturar vanons srdea. ftOO ska. Rio. Java and Lxmirra Coff e. 1000 tierces, half-barrels and buckets Lard. lUtiO pkgx. Mai kerei and Whltensh. 1000 brls Flour various grades. 50O boxes new Fa. toi v Ch-ese lOnO boxes, halves and quarters new Raisins. li hi i-oxes new rurkisn rTnes and cu rants. 25 asei new laier FIsh and Lpjj, om Citron. 200 p gs Teas and ChocoUte. 100 brl. IOuli-lan and Texas Peeans, new crop- Almonds. Filberts and Creamnuta. 600 boxes Firecrackers. With a full line of Canned Goods, Liquors, Cigars. Tobacco, Etc., not mentioned above, for sale low to the uoue, 336 Front, corner Union W. B. iALBREATH. J.' A FOWLEES. W. B. ealbreath a Cotton 11 Union Street, Memphis. 4ENTS FOR THE CELEBRATE fJHAMPIOJT COTTOJT GIN ASD HULLER MURRAY & RIDGELY, ERCHANT TAILORS, IN"o. 88 3MT:g,aJLEi-xx Street. WE take pleasure In announcing to our patrons and the public generally, that we are now prepeirtd, with tbe liargent aad moet Varied niork nf ntapie and Fancy VomIm. suitable to he reoulrements of our trade, ever offered in Memnbls. and at mines that will eomnam fuvorahle vitn nn first class entablUbmeiit of an northern or eastern eiegant Coatings, HultlngB and Caaslmeres and Vestings. of French, Engllsb and scotch makes. POHseastK of unequaled laullltles lor the gettlng-up ot Gentlemen's Clothing, we can confidently promise complete satisfaction to our patrons. r,lve us a call and be convinced. MURRAY A- RIDGELY. tY. rV. UCT. J. H. JIXJUEJUJUAN. GUY, M'CLELLAN & CO. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 260 and 262 Front li. n. CAUUKliV. CARBERT Importers and Wholesale Liquor Merchants, Nos. 347 Front street. Memphis, Tenn M 4avia. Jb. m. Hb.Uvi M. Gavin & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS .. And CoTnTnission Merohants, QQQ IPront Street. Between Adam m sfajet T. J. OOWeiLL devotes bis whole Ome to umi. w. ura our own ixawn waraaoussv comer waaoingwa ana oei jona. MENKEN BROS. MENKEN BROS. SILKS! SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS PIECES SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS SILKS 8ILK3 SILKS SILKS SILKS to show 311ks.ev3 261-263 Main. 8. 8. TAJOimEJ.1 tbbadwbll t bbos,). and Cotton Factors, FOB MALE Baralnjf. I .ara. StOOO barrel Plesuf IOO oamsim Baron. Has igrwr. . XOO barreln bjlukj Waile, 1(MM baa;e CofTeie. Siew Mae.h.ereL. lOOO Db.it 4. Tobacrio, siew Mar.ltereL, line or lane (mod. advanoes made on same All Cotton Uisured wntie tr otherwlan inacrocted. TAiliOK. . . MAt'HAt CO., Factors, Madison and Monroe. Celebrated Cheek Cotton Press. AND PRESSES BY- No. 360 FRONT ST. price S3 SO per mw, WlnMhlp'a Haod. 600 boxes Fancy Candies, Sugar Toys and Fruits 500 cases Jellies and Prune all styles. 500 barrels, halves and boxes Pickles all stvles. 500 cavies Sardines. Lobsters, Salmon fc Shrimps. 800 cases new Brandy Cherries ami Peaches. 500 boxes fresh Crackers ann Biscuits. 100 boxes Oitmeal and Cracked v beat. 25 brls. new B ickwhnat flour., 25 brls Louisiana Oranges. 10 bh . Cocntuiuts. 200 half-barrels and buckets Mlnee-Meat. Apple and Peach Butter 200 pkgs. Spiced Pigs' Feet o. street. Memphis, Tenn W. J. CRAWFORD. Factors, cltv. We are shuwlnv enmnlete llnM of ehini anr T. C. PARK. street, Memphis. TllOJTlAJS UASJE Ss OASET, TMoa. Clark. M. J. Clark nXezxa.-rlxljei. T-m. and JelTeriMn. ibe Weighing and Sals of all Oottr a retrtMted to vrtt DWEL&CO 0RX Go. BtJlXDlXts. JNO. REID, BUILDER 326 Second Street. fav STAIRS A SPECIAL! Y. f) Kar1r Irvaigawisj Hw At V BUmAtwt Dimde for CI1AJCKHV SAJL1M. CHANCERY MALE OP B A I. E8TA1E No. 2753, O R- Cbanoery Court of Shelby county nary a. DiacKweii et ai va. u. w. MUtcaweil et at By virtue of an Interlocutory decee for sale en tered in the above cause on tbe Kith day of Mai 18.7, and renewed, etc.. October 12.1877. I wl sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder. In iront 01 tne tierk and Masters otlloe, courUiouse, main sueet, oiempuis, lenn., on Hataurdajr. Ieeeaaber H. 1177. within legal hours, the following described rjrooertr situated, lying and being In Shelby county, Tennes see, and oetnuning at tne seutoweat comer or a 4nO- acre tract conveyed to John Black well, by deed reg- t.ttemd in book 11, page HI. or the Register's office of this county, to which reference Is here made. It belug a part of tbe Richard Doberty 800O-acre grant. In range tt, sections 2 and 3, It being also the southeast corner or the locators lnbrest In said OtNaore tract and a stake on the south boundary line of same, opposite a nnstoak marked as the cor ner or said locater's Interest; thence running east u5 chains to a hickory, t e southwest corner of K. Pulllam's 1 44 acre tract; thence north 1 0 chains to a stake, red oak and elm pointers, the northwest cor ner 01 saio riuiiam s 141 acres; thence east fires chain, more or less, to a stake 85 links south 16 ueg west or a persimmon sapling marked X. maple, hickory and wbiteoak pointers, tbe southwest eom r or H. S. Williams's lrVt-ecre tract; thence north Kt aegwest sucuatns u linns 10 a Hike intneneia, the southwest comer of said Williams's 885 acre tract, thence west IS chains 55 links more or less. 10 an elm the southwest comer of Jacoo lab's tract and tbe northwest comer ot the villi tract; thence north 87 chains t0 links to tbe stage road: to nee with said road north S3 deg west 18 chains 80 links: thence t-outu 88 deg west 2b Chains 50 links to a stake in the east boundary line of said 450 acre tract- thence north 47 chains 7n links to a stake 18 links east of a postoak marked S. B.. tne north line of said tract: thence west along said north line 84 chains 8t links to tbe northwest comer of said 450-acre tract; thence south ISO chain 75 link to tbe beginning, containing, by estimation. 8H8 acres, being same property conveyed to John Blackwell bv deet s registered In tbe Register's office or this com ty. in 000k 4. page 187. and book It mure til aiso a tract or ion acres and -'7 poles, part of the Jobn 9. W-ddell estate, bounded as follows: Be ginning at a slake on the fOiith line of said Meorge Dnherty's 3000-acre tract HV 1 poles east f the snut h- we-it comer; running mei.ee east with said south line 5v poles: thence rorth 853 poles: thence west ;K poles: thence south 8 8 boles to the oeelnnlnir. Also, about 2 SO acres known as the John Woods estate, and beglnnli g at a stake on the outb line of aid George Dxherty's 800ij acres an tbe northwest corner ot tne ateacre tract, a rveyed for John wood ' ly 12, 184H, by M A. Kerr: running then e south 111 cnains to a stage no tn 55 rieg went 1H links tr m ablackgum marked W; f ence eaxt IS chains 70 links to a staae 011 toe bank or net ber creek north 4- deg west 1 4 link f om a horn bean marked A: tlienee south 42 chums 2 Hnki to a stake 81 links west ot tin Iron wood marked A. P : thence east 34 chains and HO link, to a stake north 4' deg west In lluk a whhe-OHk marked A.: theme north 58 chains and 50 links to a rtake waith 44 deg west 89 links to a pnpiar marked u.; thence west 58 chains and 1 1 links to the beutnnlng. making an anrrmaie of all the tract, herein described 01 1 248 acres, aud all Mug In fchelby county, Tennessee, near to, and noVH 01. toe town or tiun.it li. All of which to be s Id aboolutely. save and etcent tbe v.ldow'8 dower nt 40rt acres, and 80t acres of tbe Goodood tract, adjoining same (Ibe remainder uiieresi in wnicn tun acres only to be sold), ar.d said rem.iinier in tbe Hit) acres subject to a Judg ment of $4H00 rendered by Supreme Court Survey and sn!idiv1lon to he made of balance. dividing same into am Her tracti. Knowing dower and me ;iuo acres aiores-ud, ana m'.a acco'dtngly Tenus of.al Onelounb (U) Civ-h: balani. tn one and two years; not s with apnruvi-d security, ue-tring mwirai iiviii uate; nen retained, etc 1 cis Aovemoer, inn. E. A. COLS. Clerk and Master, By R. J. Black. D C. and M. Humes & Ponton, bmlth k Colllea and T. W. Brown Aiiorneyi nov 1 rrl COMMlSfilOA'EU'S SALES. Commissioner's Sale of Keal Kstate. au. unn, a. u. tuauirj tourt 01 oueiuj ouuntr, v. I ( I. rw . A. c t , . . Tennessee. B. P Anderson, Commissioner of Reve. ue. vs. John C. Stewart et aL Pursuant to a decree entere.- In the above stated cause October 2U, 1877. and recorded In minute- book 10. page 4-10. 1 will seu at nubile auction, to tbe highest bidder, for cash, In front of the eourt nouse, in tne uir oi Memphis, vnuun legal hours, on Saturday, December 7, 1877, tbe following described real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said decree. tlz: A tract or land containing Or) acres, more or less in tne secooa uivii insirici or tneior county. on tbe waters of Bear creek, and bounded as follows. lo-wu: Beginning at a suute wun wmieoag and asn pointers on Samuel banking's west boundary line: thence northwardly with said line and John Jones's east boundary Hue 8tt 83-100 poles to a stake, sweetgum and hickory pointers; thence westward, paiallel witn said Jones's south boundary line, 119 Doles to a stake on said Jones's west line, black- gum and maple pointers: 'hence southward with said line and tne west boundary line of the 81oan tiact 80 38-100 poles to a stake on the east bound arr of the oloan tract; thence eastward to the be ginning, being the same land conveyed to John C. ttewart by o. P. Cowart, November 0. I860. Also, a tract or land containing 1Z4V8 acres, owned by Matthew Holt and Ell Hill, In the Second Civil District ot llhelb, county, and In range 7, section 5, belnz uar: of the Allen Shame arrant, an known In the division of said trant a- lot or elvlrlou No. 8, embracing 14 of an acre on which there Is a spring, not Included In ald division. Also, a tract or land containing 84 acres, being a portion or tbe tract sold by Bell and Wood to A. Reddltt and bounded on the south br the 14-acre trail belonging to Coffee: on the west by J. W. Red of It and H. A. States; on the north by N. B. Scott and oah Postern's land; on the east by Wm. Owens's land, being the same conveyed by W. 6. Roberts td Rebecca A. Coffee. December 20, 185. Also, a traV of land eoniainlng 30 acres more or less. In the Fourth Civil District of Shelby county: Bounded on the fist by F. Hester; on the sown by Coffee and Owens; oil the west by N. B. Scott, being the same enveyed by W. 6. Roberts to Noah Poston September 15. 18rtr5, by deed re onied in book 93, page 188, Reglscer's office of Shelby county. Also, a tract of 10 acres, more or less: Beginning at a horn bean comer, with beech and elm pointers; tuence south 40d-g E 47 chains to a white walnut near a bianch; thence us said bn-n. h a chains to beech on said branch, norabean and beech pointers; thence up said branch north 20 deg E 2 chains to a 'Hu?b ou said branch; th"Ce west lHVs chali s to a stake; 'hence noith 10 cb Ins to tbe beginning, be ing the same conveyed by W. G. Roberts to N. B. Stott Feb."uary 28, 18tV?, hy deed recorded in book 58, part 2. Pa 484. Register's office of Shelby COILIty. B. P- ADErtON, Conmlssloner of Revenue. .Tobn Johnston, Attnnier. nol7 frl TRl'N'.TEE'S SALE. Truster's Sa or Land, Etc BY virtue of the terms of a certain deed of ti li executed to me, as t.tistee by James Tuc.-te nnd his wife. Laura A. Ticker, on tbe third dayo April, A.D. 187rt, and wheh I. duly rec rded In tn Register's office of Fayett coun ty. State of Tennes see, In Record Book No , on pa s 55o and 6-vl. and to which rererence a here nade; whl.-h trusl deed w- s made to secur certain l odebtedness o: said Tuckers to Sledg , HcEay Co. and to R. 1 Broadnax Son; and th said Indebtedness beta yet due and unpaid, 1 will. on Tursdsy, December IS. A.D. 1877. within legal hours, on the premises below d scribe--expose at public sale, t tne b'gbest bidder, to cash, the following reai state,-viz: 28S acres cl laud, which lies In the ritth Civil District of sal ! Fayette- county, and is bjuu ed on the east by tli' lan is of Dr. B. H Llgon; on the south by the lane of Lucy Maclln and Elltn Whlthorue. on the west by tbe lands of F.dwin Wnitmore; and on tbe norm by the lands of Ed. Ras4ale. And at the same time and place, and by virtue ol the terms of salu trut deed, and another trust deed made by said same partle on the :4th day of Match a.D. 1877. to me, as trustee, and to sveure sat Sledge. McKay Co. In certain tndeoiednes-, whlcn Is t ow due and unpaid, wblc- last-named deed 1 alxo of record In said Reglstei's office, in Recof .i Btiok No. 0, on pages 373. 874 and 875, to wll -n reference Is also heie ade, I will sell, to the highest bidder, for cash, the stock of horses, mules, cattle and hogs, and the farming utensils and agriculpiial Implements, wagon and t uggy, and the crops ot corn and cotton, all oi which is on said 285 alit or land and on the adjacent tract of land on wblcb said Tuckers reside. The equity of redemption In and to said real estate Is. in said deed, waived, an", thet.'tle ol the purchasers of said property will be ausolute. This 13tb uay of November, A.D 1877. W n. M. SLEIX.E. Jr.. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY vlitue Of atrust deed mane November 1 1, 1876, by J C Cross, and recorded lu Lincoln cour. j, Arkansas, in Record Book M." pae 137. 1H8 and 13r; andot a' power of attorney executed Novemhei 13, 1877, by St'hootlleld. Hai auer Co.. authorizing me to foreclose sa.'d trust deed, lor the purpose ul paying th- oeot tecui'ed tberebi. I will, on nstsr day, Urrrulwr 177. in front of my store, a. Douglass I .am ting. In Bald county, sell loi cash, at puolto outcry, the real estate conveyed thereby, viz: The tract ol land In said count) known as ibe Billings Tract; being fractional section thirty (30). in township sew o l7l south, range foui (41 west being the Billings Lland. in .he Arkansn? river. In Auburn Precinct, cont sluing 40 acres, more or less. Equity of redemption waived. Title be lleved good, but I will sell and ranvey as trustee only. vv. N. pAMrLli. Truatee' Male. P pursuance of a Deed In Trust made tome on the 20th of May, 1870, by P. f -rralm and J. M. Krelro, recorded in the office of the Reglsteiol Sbelby eeunty. Tennessee, book No. 112, page 200, I will, as trustee, on Wr due-ad ay, the lth of Dereajber. 1877. at the southwest comer of Madison and Main street", Memphis, offer for sale the following described lel estate, situated An tbe city of Memphis, ebelbt county, Tenne see. to wit: Lota No. 4 and 5. am. part of lot 3. of oiintry lot No. 404 as shown by K. W. Rucker's map Memphis: Beginning at t ie comer of Jerry Co. 'lei's ot with Marshall aver.uf on Pigeon Roost raid; thence In a northeasterly dl rertlo with south .tide of Marsnall avenue about 4 feet to the lot of James Sldell; thence with ssh. Sldell s north line to old Union street; thence west. oKti. tr. u.m. Jiia and Charleston railroad thence nuthwanily ltb said railroad to Jerry Cow ley's southeast con e.r. thence with said Cowley BLtet line to the beginn ing. Including and excluding the- right of way to M onroe si i eet, conveyed to th e ciiy, and tue homestetd Interest of T. P. Fralm In said lot, not to be sold. . . . , Al to, tbe following dtexTibed real estate, trewlt: A certai'n tr. ct or parcel of land situated, lying and be ing m said city of Memp.als. bounded op the notth by Cb xleston avenue; on tbe east by a lot formetrj owned by a. W. Jefferson; on the south by Jefferson street- on the west by a lat owned by B. C. Brink ley or John Overton; thehce trom the Overton lot with the old bayou line to Charleston avenue. Including and exc luding a lot front Ing H feet on Jefferson street: b. ginning 75 feet wt st of tbe JeKerson lot: tbence ru Dnlng tlO feet witn Jefferson street; thence northwartUy 148 feet hewveen parailel lines. A portion oi 1 the last-described tot has been sold at Private sal e to Patterson and Galloway, and will not s sold by me. All of said ground will, before the day of sale,, be laid off In suitable sized lots and puLaed and sold by tbe lot. Thta sale Is made lor theourDoatl of paring off all taxes and other en cumbrancea on said land, la the first place, and then to pay the I ndebledness especially secured by the trustdeed. tw provided tn said trust deed. Tltla good. 1 will oaly eonvey aa trusts. "Terms ot Sstie W cash. Vt in 1 A month, and haW anae In 24 B tooths: deferred payments to bw In terest from a of aale. and to be eecuisd by trust dead a the . ptoiasTtJ F ATOMwOH, Trasta. E. A. lraiksvd.AncOonaar, CHICKASAW IEON WORKS ! RANDLE, HEATH & LIVERMORE. Prop'rs, No. 98 Second Street, : : : : Memphis, Tennessee. Lrea-Fronts, Cottoa-Preaaea, HowPowrr. I re a aad nraaa CastiDga, drear ral Bepaira. aad everytblas; the llae ef Foiuiclry- and jXaolilzLe-alaox w oris. ! Aareata sf the Eaeat Kadler C. far Elevatara. Kaclaee. Nawrsailla. Rt. ' 91. XI. COOVEIt. Ooover MAXUFACTUKEBS OF DOORS. SASH. BLINDS.Etc FRAMES OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER. THOBOC6HLY NKAsOSED Flooring, Ceiling. Siding and Dressed Lumber of all kinds, kept constantly on hand. Gin-work and Tanks made to order. Also Cottonwood Flooring-, Ceiling' and Mldinir for sale. We beg- an Inspection of our larre stock. 161 and 173 Waslxiiisrtoii St., Slemtiliis. A. VACCllO. B. VAtCAKO. A. B. YACCAK0. A. VACOABO & CO, LXP0BTEBS ASD HEAAEB8 IS WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, ?ffo. 324: Front street, Memphis. A.RlvJT F4)I CXMIKM CnAJIPAfiSE HIPERIAL. K.T. Wl I.I.N. WILLS & WILDBERGER, (SCCCESS0KS TO R0TLE & CO.) Stationers and Printers SO. 317 JIAIN STREET. A FULL LISK OP SCHOOL BOOKS, HISCELLASEOUS BOOKS AND BLANK BOOKS' 4'ODKtnntly an hand. J. K. biOUWl.N. 1). L.ML'LL1S, Jr. J.R. GODWINS CO. Cotton Factors and Front Street, Memphis. iLgonts for tlao Gr-xrlp Oottoza.-T171e. CHARLES HEUZ0G. giab. mnm & bro. -. Mwm and Mkdlm 316 and 31 62 Main St., Memphis. Wrapplns-Papr and Faper-Bags a. specialty. Printing, of all Kin a, none aiMinri J. T. FARUASOA. J. T. FARGASON & CO. WHOUESAXE Grocers and 369 Front and 32 Clinton Sts., Mempliis. J. C. SEELY. S. H. BRQOESJIEELY GO. WHOUESAItE Grocers,Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BET. UNION AN0 GAYOSO, : MEMPHIS, TENN. A. M BUYll. A. M. BOYD & SOKT, COTTON 3G FRONT STRKl-rr j B. L, COUlltAA. , 1. COCHRaiU CO. C3ucceear to M. K. & J. W. COCHBATi), MAnufactureri LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, Doors, Sash, Blinds, and all kinds of Packing- Boxen. Office and Yard at foot of TVasnlnjjton Street. Salesroom So. 4 Howard Bow. Saw Mill la Savy laro. wlwars have on hand a choice lot of Flooring, Celling, Biding, Lattice, Framlnc, Fence and Dreaasd Lam ber, Rough and Dressed Pickets, Cedar Posts, Laths, ahlrsUes Door and winaow rrames. NAPOLEON HILL. X, HILL, FONTAINE & 00. COTTON AND WHOLESALE GROCERS, SCO and 302 Front street. Memphis, Tenn. C FEAKCE. PEHRGE, SUGGS & GO, WHOTiESAXilE! CBOCEBS, Cotton Factors and No. 258 Front street, Xemphig, Tenn. PABTICl LAlt ATTKXTIOI. W3I. JIILIB. & Miller, J. B. W I 1a I) It Is. KG EB NtrtolMiat Work a epeclalty. S. Jtt. McCALLUX Commission Merchants LOUIS HERZOfi. nonce ana ier raie. JAJttES A. UUST. C. C. HEIST Cotton Factors BROOKS. H. X. EELY. ALSTON BUll. FACTORS, : : 3IKJIPHIS. TK3TNT-1SSEK. SAJL'l. A. HATCH fcR. vioiuinBB. bab. FONTAINE, JEROME HILL FACTORS U B. SCHS, Li Commission Merchants 1AJ1 TO TILE WALE OF COTTON