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fflE MEMPHIS TJTLi Y 4.PI BiLl, -S.TUEr . DEOEMBEE 1, 1877.
i ru- tha : FINANCIAL. The previous day beintr a holiday cause 1 toe nun to b bosy piano jrterus.T. it m aevi-d Hurt the breiks lueKiamuaicatfon from ooo had sirw.pcal tu. arrival of iwkttri. atuDni a acMVU cuticnef . It proved that correapnndaiits uau aiupid t, mr of Liverpool, and no dinicuity extssriericeu. HowT W In rainy active nqoni and la well employd.a1tbnut Mini Tight" at Mi in per en.L: In the street. I r z i r cent, a month. Exchange qixnm Nf York and Uineo.sC kg dls vouiit buying; New Kngland slgiit. wltb three days gc. ly dl-xvunt; New Oilcans, U dt-ount ; selling vu au ih .ana at par. l n .ew lork ttrraKt, of Tuesday, nnort-: "Tba rt- of exchaiwa. at Uw wiHHTmrnuuiiN p HOC OO KB I or were oa. burin 1. aillnir Is: Clin-(fi;ill dull: ltXJdls- w:tt: aeiilng. CMr..jl pnwluiii; Loul. per; SO discount M,of V Milwaukee par. Tbe Ntw York jm(. imr. au: T ha sold vaiue of Ihaok per dollar ro-rlaj a t7,l .-,! crab; that of the s I -y gnuu sliver dollar woiid bav. own Wl eenta. Aixcepl f of t be silver dollar agitation, ra should no rj.rrw1vti g l.ra amounts of gold rrom Loudon, uj l r bow u Lj Ike fact that even wltb UU atltalloa m. apavi. It eornli f , Irw molpt Uut f hv ng amounted to idl.ox0. If ib llv uJiuu oi,i Octoumh a law, lucre U Tor7 reason tu alt that boods will come beck bare In tucO vul mo a la tu.'t the exchanges ao that cold will ba drawn from us." aoiua hie of the standing of tb New Turk (luck exrbaie may ba lonned from toe fjl Sowing from too New lor Wvrtd: -tim a-nuslaiil aacrataii of the aujc axcbat:( Intorma us that Uia rumor of a sa.e of a aeat In lite board at j-i600 la a ailatalca. A -aat u fjold lo-il at &nnxJ. maalug (ba tbiid at taat ptioa witblu a taw dara; In Uic moiuti of J una ura wrra lureo aala a: K4."0O." Tba bi. Lou'.a hp0Utxm, la 1U Coaioclal cotuuio, artlbat auui addidoa to Iba curraooj aurplua waa raoatvad ibrouxa Um ptTtoaot of atiur txic ti ara, whtcb wara Uaao tit Uia oauk pradlutf taa paa aaaw of tba arm apprvoitailou bUL I bwa Toueb- ara wara urawu oa aaiwunt of omoar pa attd fur uajfc-rnniiTa aaaad." aod avaiuilaiartaa' atoraa par- Msaapbt old boa aietupnia eurrenM anDii khlicrr aiampbia lailM 1 Mnnii.hla kKWo' i riraand poikwi nw own prom n aropojacna i 88 35- 7l ft75 f7li- ca otu ffV5 7 ato- da o3a boOdj...atf titfO , i.4. a 171 f70 1077. ff66 p. ar trv H7 OWTlw 0aolbyoouf warranu... . vO ompnia a.nl Cbarleatoo B. f 7 4fkaaaa 8tata aenp 81 axn . I Br TKLSORAPHA PARIS. Korember sa-Bantea, 107f- 12ViK- NKW OHLKAN9. Noicmbf 80. Gold. 10319 10b 4. Mew tork alfiht. 14 dlacouoi. LOVDON, November 80. Uonaoln for money and an aooouiit, W7U: tt M. 4aa. itx,- n 2a, IKrt,, toja, lov: new 5a 107; New York vmuat. kii; rna, arte prefarred. 23Vi; II- Boia veoxrat. tav. KEW TORK. November 30. Money dneed at Bff : perueut. htow merrentlle nfnr. 51W17 oer omt CQMomi reoe!K4. fXi.l.ooO. Tba aal!itant trM prec dtttwreni S4i.0(IO. CleanniB. 1,0(K),0ih) brf aowia Unponn for tbe week. t3.0u0. dterllnc wr mm. mf -t.-4. ioij aaTaitcwi rrom n to lil. and cluaed at HJ. Canrtng ralea I to 2 imwm.ounwmoi roiea dh ii iu j per annum, and l-4 per diem, silver at Lomlon, 64d: bere. aller bar are laoij gTeenbaek. 1 17 (told gtlw coin. 4r?4 per oaot dlaeount fKnrernraeiit bond nrm: eoaputia ot ibhi, l lot; da 1(MJ5. new. 10rt;eo. 1Hi17. 1mim: do. JW. Ill; new fi. tOn; new 4l I0f.li: new 44, l2i; 10-40s. ""Cl-rfTeJ, 1h; 1(Mm. eoupons, IOmi,. eurrenc; i a j. r'w" wrujun wereacuve; l eunesaee na. old, 4H: iTennum Ha. new. 47: Vlnrlnla H. M. 84; Tlnrwia Ma, new. g4: illaaourt rta, 107. Hallroad bonds were utronc stocks deorewwd un der a bear pr-aaure tn ae I The decline from the blgbnet point of the dav waa IW-'ita uer tout. The arvausm i aii wra anrvitr wai la Lake Sbcre. wbtrb rapped rrom lo iljah, closing at tne latter nj ura. After Lake a bore, tbe baartmit nrmanre to Ti waa in wtwiem Lnlon. wlilcb oecllried from 'iHlk to 771ft. and Uen to Jl If . cloning at Lba lowest point. inuiiuui were lo.icw Bnares. or wblrb rt()JU ... unw ctutti. raiuv n ruweaieni wra moo, nm u prvTerred. 7KM) ot Paul common. 4)(W preferred. 1 7 OIK) Lai-fcawaiina, 2000!chlitan ilrat. rt.UUtl Wrrtem L nlon. CkMlruc quotations: " mion leiegrapn, iyi4; uulckallTer, Itf: Qntckaltver preferred. 3H: Pacific Mall. 21V Martpoaa. 8lft: Marl poa preferred, alt; Adauu Kx- praas, wn weiia dr Fanpo Expreea eoinpnnj. Krtt,: amencan Kxpreaa coiupanr, 4M; United Statca "i oMuiuny, 4i; jh)w lork Central. IOWb; Krte. 1. taj Erie preferred. 2-1; Harlem. 4S; Uar leoi pralurred. 47 V.lcblgan Oiitral. fiwift: Panama. Union Parifie stock, mn.; Lake buore. rti.; HlttAla I Wtlnl Takl. a . m u . . . j n "i; weinna ana ruuiouni. 2?V Irth,ni. Northwestern preferred, tUi Clereland, Coliuattua. Utnctanati andindiait- Muoa.oo; new eroej ijeuirai. yi; Kock IiUand, WW; btPaul. Hol;.-X Paul prefetTt70i;Wabasb. I5t: Kort ftarne. Terre Haute. 4: Terre uiuinwiTi, juminauio and Alton. 7S;Cnlcao " mtuu ihiuuh iw; uuio alia auaunatppi, belaware. Lackawanua and Wooleru. ty4; AUauUe aud Pacific tekrapb, aU .7 , Racine, Hh; Cnlcaco, BurlUigtoii rJS . naai:oai ana at, Joe, -etrl . 1-atloe bonds. 7w; Union PacWo bondL iiaK baloa PacUlo land itranta, 4; Lalou Paclac fTburadar. raoarted: "An esasedlncly actlT DHJvemana existed la tbe provision market, botk for bulk Keata and lard. Our packer are aery busy aalUbf tneat, and k-epla oawtlb tbe or ders.wniek are rat kfiyfronk Ibe south TheChl'-ejro TrtMnt Mrs tna owlnc k ld weatber and bud fSMla wbeat advanced 2it2Vic, com Vi?l. on la U. rre le. and barley about tie. while provlslona "chiefly pork) were firmer In sympathy. Tba New Tork Xrtiuns aays of wheat: "blnre Uie new crop eame In, Ibe Imports Into tbe frilled Kindom bave been nearly dnubielbe Iropnrta In tbeoorrespondlDC twomontbsof IK71. end have been only r00,H ewt. iei than In the two tnontha of 1K7;. But of tbls total Uierease or 4.211347 ewt. over tbe Im- rruof l7rt. the United etatea bare secured only i7I.im7 cwl. and are actually 4ui.401 ewt. be hind their total In t H7K. Tbl result la laravlv due to ibe hopes beld out U farmen tbat they would ob Uln bibber pricea." (urs was In drmand. with oolf small offerings: far some srelled corn fUe waa aakad: aaieaof Ml sacks of ear eorn at SIVftc, and 65 sacks at 6'Jc;alo 135 sacks ear com at 44ic the buver to find hu own sacks: la storerrUlc kil rvotliluz dalnv In uliini 4) r4ic fma sale of one ear-load at SI5: In store. Hit! HOC Hay little dMng-: last sal-eatSU for pnirle: Ohio river. l'.li; nrtma fllliuila 1 4 uJi2 1 Ty. flour unchanged and quiet: Tennes- A4 ifxlH Kf: SL Lou I. kTwl7 ijl. Potatnrm notbiug reportad at tba landing; la store, (1 fUiS 1 t0. IMUdum. ajWIrt a bundrud. -' oulatat s'iS'J 25. Ayuim nothing reported on landing; In Store. 9'J oOt24. aoeortllnjr to uuailtv.. r!dA&iM ran. orally $5 a bundrnd for good; some large brought 6 ; In 01 alee, S JiX J 25. Afot vera higher. 2 1 t rticttnj. jwravy. 37912: dressed, lyUti IHWoauound. Gaaat. k4 7Ji.l., y"! Itm-k - . OH. JfmiUr lower; common. 12ttlr)c; medium, 18 0 i2c: ehoioe. 21450. H atua foot. SU rui: In store, by tb carcass. E-?(Jc. Btf roreuuatft, 'dX-fiXc; blndguartera. 4S4e. Proeiiwna, wbolesale and packeaclaaraldea. 7.-: cler rib. tiiic: hams. 210. Aouw uneanvased breakfast bacon. lOfec. 1ons unoaovaied. 1 IV-. Mats Park. IH fv). Lard -tierce, tUwdfKC; half barrel, 9tZflo; k"KS, vwawc;20 pound pells, Vft JiiUn eases, 11U rii sale of 700 peaches, cuolos baires, at nerekaata' Wbaleaal Caah Prlcea. CKBrvberof Oorrmtm Official gUUment. FLOCK 8teady; superfine, t5 253 5 60; double extra, S5 R0utj treble extra. Wi 253d 60: enolee family. $7 25t27 SO; fancy, S7 76ff 2R per barrel. CORN MiVAL Quiet; klln-drted, i B0a2 tiO per barrel. CORN Firm and scarce; mixed, 68fteoe; white, 00c; new ear, 45e per bushel. OATrJ Pu-m; mixed. OiJ42e; white, 424460 per bushel. . , , BRAN Scarce and firm. t)0a95e. BAT Good supply: choice western. 118910: prairie, nominally &Sc9 60 per ton; mixed. Sltt2 17 per ton. ftul.K POBat Steady: shoulders, fie: lon clear sides, rtJae; clear rib. 7c; clear aides, 7 Vie BAUUN Looael Bcarce and atavrii.- claw aidaa Ktf?ttc; brenkfaat. lOtftc; sugar-cured hums, un eiwivaaed, 12lftc; packed. larTlao higher. . , Mf3 PORK Mess pork, heavy, gi8 50(?14. LARD SteadT: In tierces. Ue: In km HV- hair. oarrein, lis;; pail, !UVn . :: BALING HTUFF8 Baeslns'. 1 Tb. anenrdlna- to quality lllft'tllkic;bKlnK. 2llb, aceordlnrto quautr, iiaaaizuic; oeiinir twine, irrizwc; iron Uea. buckle or button, per bundle, $3 25'i 50. MAtKKRKi Ballam S. NO. I. S7 JRitft ORr half-barrels, Na 2. W 253 f 76; haU-barrels, No. 1. Sts: kiu. ao. l.Sl ftfi7 1 HA: kits. Na 2. i ai 4(: kits. No. 3. SI 1031 2R. COFFEK-Uutet: ordinary. 17Urr1Qe: fair. IOe: good. 21c: prime. 2lT21tsC; choice. 22323c; Java, 27 TH0c; Cordova, 21322c. HICE Pteady; ordinary to choice, 7e, HTARCH 4c, WHlaKT KocrrS4. - BUUAB LOUISIANA rfn nhrial Valr. tm- wr. Hue: fcUUAB crushed and powdered, 1 1 U'f 1 lVftc; granulated. 1 1 4ir 1 1 uc: cut loaf. 1 Irr 1 2c. MYll.llMKQ inl fVtmmrtn UEAllU. JAA 42o: Drlma. 4234.'ie: atrlctlr nrtmn. AJirtAUr- chni 60c a rR UPS Common to fancy, S53'75c SALT Coarse and common fine. In brla. t I 60: dairy. In brla. S2 5()rJ 7f: Ltvemnnl mr In sacks. SI Adft l tui I.lvermal flru in tl Hoffl 60. bOAP Resin and German, 4lftff6iic; Lattlng's, U(iAR LOUISIANA Tfn bbds) Fair. 7e; fully ; he; prime, Ktfte; choice, ftc; yellow darltled, e: white clarified. I0e; barreled, Ue higher. UGAR REPINED Refined A. lUc10lfte; as In grade. 44ft3rllftc. CANDLES Boxes, full COTTON. rn tlej7rama yesUT-Iay were favorable at uncnangea ngurea. except that Orleans cotton In Liverpool wade a nearer approach toward toe price or uplu' us. New Orleans bad a good day's rwiuiro. iu.viu uaius. 111 our ln'irKrc tne demand was good, and wa free:y ni-t by the raetora, and busluess was active. In the evening the feeling iiu provril. In cotuejueuce of tbe enoouraelng tone at New Tutk and Liverpool, and tne market closed steady at existing quocitlona. The New Tork Bulla f reports: "On srt the conflle..ceol holders con- uuues pre.iy auvng. me ooiuparailvely easy control of the tdpoly and tne mod-rate additions thereto and ng to Uiu result even In tbe (aca of a slow de mand. ,1 eclally la strougtu anown on the upper . nuwu uia vr lew auper in tneaaiton mout.Mnd tbe lullatloi.a are that Dot many fresh parjels will cuine :o had for tumie tiniM te Ar,iM Tba 'balls' have retained the advantage, the veie susuuuig somwnat nuenrr tnaii on Uaturcay, and the an tertooe ot ooiih tence before nuted ap- w nui sun. iiTerpuoi, uw, remains lu suatalulng stut;, tne cable advices to-day coming to uuu mm, aim fi'Kxiu j iais, as luucn as anything. nas ttnniea tlie market lT the time belli rnu.i Ibe south the advices are a II 'Ue Irregular, but oper ators find enough in the condition al the imiIih ., serve their piuvoae In ciaoiui.g coiituiued damage to Ordinary 1. Ooud OKH11A17 Low wldtlllijg..'". rllikllm; , fnm mlj.lllrw... Mlddltu. fair.... FaU .-,,.. , i'eteniay. Day brfor. ..... co a - a W-rt t ffi e 1ob ff ti'S, , r 11 eOtr Pll ffll- 311 311, Market ateady. galea. 4500 ha ea (Inclndlr-g 1200 tmmm irraiiufj, oi wuicu oouu export, wuu spinning. WiTll-N 9TATetrtl. ; , Oirroa timiKi, November 80. Wook Set-fauulM 1, t77 6.2HJ Received to-day 2,flrtO Heoslved previoMiy ...... 13J.673 138h333 I welfht. IdlArMalAe: half boxea, lftc; Quarter boxes. ISVta. LIME-81 2651 85. CEMKNT Louisville, $2 25: Rosedale, S3 75. EbCULEJfTS AND KRUITS ADDlee. nominally. per brL, 8i 7534 lemons, per box. r)iir) 50: oranges, per brL, S7 6038 60; potatoes, per brl $232 '2S: cabbage, per crate, f2 60f8; onions, 25; beans, per bushel, $232 75; dried apples, 436c: dried peaches, 63 7c. n;i,LANKOUS Butler western table, choice, 26328c: butter, country. 1 0r? 1.1c: win. iin: nails, per keg, S J 5032 HO: vlnear. per uni. lHr? 2'V; tobaooo, per lb, 4'3u0a; aploe. 18C; pepper, luc; aardinea, S14 60315; oysters Ugut, 1 rf, 70 ?75e: oysters (tight). 2 Tb. SI 25: eoal-oll. AO.t i ii- matches, so oOurt 76; cotton rope, 17318c; grass rope, ue; powder, kegs, so Uo; shot, patent. i 15 a A An: soda. keoa. alr?5c: soda, eiiaaa. cheese , 13U J 14c: new ralalna, 32 40. ,1 iBT TELEGRAPH. L0C13TILLX. November 80 Flour oulnt Wheat oorn. oats and hay quiet Pork quiet, 12 60. Bulk meats quiet; tea to fifteen d ys In salt, 44. 6I3 otc. wmni auu unium none uore. iara steady. wtuaki.Vl 05. Bagging steady, 12Va- CINCTNNATI. Novemhernn Klour nrmer. rami. ly. 85 7535 90. Wheat dull and lower; red. tl 183 125. Com In eood demand. HUrrdOe. OkIj flrmar 28f?Hla Pork firm, with fair drmand, $12. Lard steady; steam, 7tc; kettle, 8Vg3M. Bulk meats qul4 but firm. 10 to 15 dfws In salt, 4, tffttilAc, whisky. SI 04 Butter quiet. Hogs active and Arm, 33 tH)d4 60: receipts, two days. IH.MU head: I .. 1. 1 r IU1 w 1 aiii(uAcuta. uo ionu. ST. LOUIS. November 80. Flour nntnt: fall ex. tra. $4 H534 85; double extra. So 1036 26; treble extra, $5 H035 70. Wheat Inactive and - lower; No 8. SI 201a. Corn hhrher. A7Ul Oata rinil ana tower, 2nc. whisky. SI Pork Inactive and ower. 812 2a. Lard quiet, 7)0 Bulk meats easier. um who tun aemanu: 100K Clear, b c: clear rib. rt . loose. Bacon nothing doing, Hogn demand tetlve, exceeds supply, U3 7534 45; receipts, 700 NSW TORE." November 80.--lflour dull: 'miner. fine western and btate. S4 7635 2ft: St. Louis. T 50(78 25. Wheat heavy; No. 2 Cbtcago.al 2UW. 'An Inlrly active: steam mixed. n'.'v Data dull: mixed western and Suuei85r? Ale. .Coffee in anmi demand aud strong; ItU, cargoes, 153 lf)3c gold; obhlng. 16SHGC210 gold. Sugar dull; prloie, 5i(C. nuittasea tjuiei; rcw urieans. new, autzoUC- fork lull. SI8 40fM3 50 Middles, heavy. iVihft.ln. Lrd nrlme stoim. KIbO. Rumtr-amttm. (trf -Mir Whlaky.! lOVft. - - .vv- NEW OHLEANS. November 80 Flour dull and luminal: sunerfine. SA Vr rnrn firmer at KuA-Ia Onts In fair demand 40c Pork dull and nominal at sioiriizn. Lard quiet; r lined, Betoe, 8ta8tc: xeg. DtTilUiC Bulk meats doll , and nominal: ' iuoui"ers, io"se, ouTtia. sacon scarce and firm t 7, flliflfltfec. Coffee atrong; Bio, cargoes. Ifliaffl IKk'.D Buaar oalet. but nm: mmmnn lKUi. fuir mi raiiy rair. 5tsrfHlc: prime 10 choice. 737tft af Taaatwatta avt tka &aT. ARRITALS. Grand Tower. Ticks burg ; Coa boma. Friars Point; Oaerola Belle. Johnson's Landing; Xatle Hooper, Arkansas river. DEPARTURES. OI; of Helena, Vleksburg; Tint BhlDkle. Oneln natl; Grand Tower, t. Louis; Osceola Belle, John sou's Landing; Coahoma, Friars Point. EN PORT. Buth, Katie Hooper. ' ' BOATS DUX. ,, Dotna. Ste. Groevteve. Golden Crown. Up. Chartea Morgan, George w. Cheek, Belie or Trias BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Whitb Rites, Ruth. Milt B. Harry, master. Ova p.m. Cinoixk ATI Charles Morgan, Alt Stein, master, twelve m. . Sr. Locx Ste. Genevieve, Sam VPheetere, mas ter, five p.m. Fkiirs Pourr George W. Cheek, Mark B. Cheek, masler. era p.m. AKkAsaie Ritxb KarM Hoopar, Ed. Now land, tuaalvr, 11 D.IU. RSCXIPTS. Grand Tower 102 bales cotton, 45 bogs aaad-cot- ton. tutu sacks cotton-aeed. CMce iU Belle 121 bales cotton, 38 bags seed-cotton. 205 sacks cotton-seed, 15 bundles nullifies. Coahoma 144 baJe cotton, U bags saad-outton, 577 sacks cotton-seed. Katie Uoopwr brought out of Arkansas rlvar 108S oaies cotton, i Dags seca-ooiwn, lux aaski sonuu scad, tfa pkgs suudrlea. - LeTCw Farajtrapba. Business only moderate. Tbe packets going out last evening had fair trips. The Maik Twain will arrive hvra bunday from at. Frauds river. Jimmy Thomas, tbe bUl-elerk of Uia Coahoma, has returned to bis post. Tbe belle of Texas will arrive with a big trip to morrow, cut rrom while river. Tba D. T. Lane, with seventeen barge ot coal and froduce in tow. Is lying al the Heu-and-Chlcken stand, lust above this city. Tne Grand Tower departed last evening for St. Louis. She added at the elevator 111 bales cotton for the eastern markets. Tbe City ot Helena left yesterday morning for Vleksburg. she added twenty tons freight al tbe elevator tor points ueiow mis. - Tbe Ste. Genevieve. Captain Bam M'Pbeeters Is tbe Anchor-line packet this evening, at Ova o'clock, for Sb Louis. C. D. Carroll la ber clerk. Tbe Golden Crown, Captain H. H. Drown, la due down this morning on ber way to New Orleans. Bu aene Shlnkle will be found in charge of ber office. Tbe West Wkid. which bad been docked for caulk ing and general repairing, at Island No. 80, floated "lion tbe high rise, and will be at this port In tew days. - the Katie Hooper, Captain Ed N owl and In com mand, leaves this evening, at five o'clock, far Pine Biuff and Little Bock. Jimmy Thompson and Billy .Nuckels are ber clerks. Tbe George W. Cneek. Captain Mark R. Cheek on deck, is the regular packet this evening, at five o'clock, for Helena and Friars Point. 1. G. Roland Is ber clerk, assisted by Hal Aydlrtt. Tbe Vint Sblnkle departed yesterday evening for Cincinnati with 150O sacks dried fruit, 280 bales cotton, 80 sacks bones, 20 barrels elder, 150 boxes soap, 100 packages sundries, and 35 passengers. The James Howard, from this port, arrived at New Orleans Thursday, with a cargo of 0148 bales of cotton, 10,443 sacks seed, 1000 sacks hulled seed, 1514 sacks oil-cake, and 8il2 barrels oil. which Is reported as the largest trip of any boat to that point 1 his season, ot course, she took in tne norns. : The Memphis and Little Bock railroad corny any Is taking up old and putting down new ties on tne In clines on each Dank 01 tne river, ana otherwise making their track more endurable for tbe coming winter. They have also put on two new engines, etch weighing WO.000 pounds, for the purpose of drawing passenger and mall coaches from tbe trans fer boat. The Charles Morgan, tbe only boat that stands no rivaled In making schedule time, and giving par excellence accommodations, will leave the Lee wharf boat this morning at ten o'clock for Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. Captain Albert Stein, her master, Is determined to make tbe Morgan one of the very fint-dam boats on tbe river; and her purser, Harry cteln. Is guaranteed to do the most agreeable part by all. The Buth, Captain W. C. Harry, Is receiving at the Lee wharfboat for White river, and leaves this even ing, going through to JacksoBoort. taklnar tbe mall and doing all way business; also connecting at Jackson port with the Milt Harry for Black river and tbe Alberta for Baiesvllle. Hand In your favors lo tbe staunch Rath, and the good captain and her ciever cierk. fid irowen, win render mocivgood to those who wisely sow seed. Ulatory of the KaaTtaie. 'We (rive to our man ties the following' items to paste In their scrap-books, believing that they will at some future time piove valuable Information: la 1800 Robert Fulton returned from England, where be bad been fur ihe purpose of examining the different engines then In use. and also trying to In troduce his steamboat, but without success. He than Interested Mr. Livingston, of New Tork, In his plans. They Immediately commenced the bulldlug of the first boat, the Clermont, tor the Hudson river. This boat was 100 tons burden, 180 feet long, 18 feet wide, 7 feet deep. Her ermine was built by Bolton 4 Watts, on the river Clyde, Scotland. The engine waa a single cylinder, 24 Inches 111 diameter, 4 feet stroke; boiler 20 feet long, 7 feet deep, 8 reel broad. Tbe wheel was 16 feet In diameter, 4-foot planks, 2 foot dip, and she ran 8Vj miles an hour. The en gine was low-pressure, with condenser, walking-beam and fly-wheel. His second boat, the Orleans, had a low pressure engine, by the same makers. She waa a stern-wheel boat; tbe power to the wheel was ap- Slled by a fly-wheel attached to tbe walking-beam. . Evans, ot Philadelphia, was the Inventor of the first bli;h pressure engine. He made the first practi cal experiment In 1HCW. It was done by applying tbe engine to a dredglng-macblne, built on wheels, driving It upon land, and afterward apon the water. CHEAP DRY GOODS! THIS WEEK, AT3 We beg to call art notion to the new and desirable line ot I Ladles' Misses ana Cira's (Ms La Velvet. Matelaaae, Fur-Beaver. Melton and Chinchilla, wtoion we are offering at tar lower prices than they can be purchased for In any other establishment In tbe United B tales We would also request an Inspection of the beautiful assortment we are this weak exiubiaag of Ladies', Misses' & Children's Suits la 811k, Cashmere. Bourette. Matelaaae, Silk and Cashmere Combinations, 811k and Bourette Combinations, and aat tbat is novel ami stylish In material and design, at prloasextraordlnarUy Choice and beautiful Unas of mHAWliH AID KVKXlStt WBAPe-Camel's- Halr, Velvet, Shetland Broche, Ottoman, and a great variety of atkar new and attraotlTa styles AT VBBT LOW PRICES. ' NEW FURS ! NEW FURS ! Comprising foil Unas of Mink. Seal, Otter. popular and fashionable Fur in use, at lower prices than ever offered la Memphis. Genet, Lynx, Alaska, Sable, Martin, and every tteauorul Felt Skirts, Quilted EmbiHidei Sliirts and new Unas ot In ehotos colors and patterns exclusive design. mense and varied lines ot Waol, We would ask special attenooa to oar lin er! u4 Cukawra riDERTAKFIW. . H. HOLflT. T. W. H0LST. o. n. holst & buo. UNDERTAKERS, 8XO Mala, opp. Pejabody Hotel. ALWAYS on band, a large aseortnvnt of Metallic Cases and resists, and Wooden CotSna. at CHICKASAW IIRON WORKS I RANDLE, HEATH & LIVERMORE, Prop'rs, No. 98 Second Street, : : : : Memphis, Tennessee. lrm-rnmt Cettaa-Prewae. Hanw-Pawrn , Iron and Brass Causttmsra. ttfesxermi Bepalr. aad evrrytkUw: 1st the Use f Fonn cT-iry- and 3VXta,ol3LjLxxo-dajtxcx "Worls. MIe Aa-ewts) r the Lauae dk Basilar 0 for Klevatera. Kaclaea. atawaalllii. Kte. B. Is. COCUKAA. SAJTO. Xm HATCHES. Orders by teJmrranh shipped C O, D. peomptly roied, ant J AS. 1-LAHIBTT. , 4. BfJIXIYAH. R. LCOCHRaN k CO. Flaherty & Sullivan, 9oceassor to M. X, A J. W. COCHRAN), Manufacturers mm IHGLSS 1 UNDERTAKERS, SPt, LATH, 8 Uoors, Sash, minds, and ail kinds of Parking Boxes. Office and-Yard at foot of Wasliin'jton Street. Salesroom o. 4 Howard Row. Saw 3L121 U Hmry Yard. Vlways nave on band a ehoUB lot ot rnnrsirw naiiTmr sttin. Lomuer, Rough and Dressed Pickets. Cedar Pueta, LsUis, BiuCaUse Doof Window Fraiuns. Uoldlnga, Ma Latdee, Framing, Fsna and Drsm brad S17 Kee-uid tftreet. near BLoaroe I u- T fOKTEB. a. TXTALLIC iXL and Caakwra, W. F. TATliVB. 6. W. JTLACKXE AND WOODXrT BURIAL CAB S3 na. Blmnl Untaa. HmIi' fln u uirf feffln Trlmmlnga. Orders by talearaDh sent Dromntlr C. O. D, Special attention paid to emhalmlna. Cotton Ginning! WINTER UNDERWEAR And Ladlea HlanennBd Chlldreai, Hwatery, which we are now orrerlncat FAB LOWER PRICKS THAN XVXB BKFORX. B. LOUEEJSTEIEI & BROS., HATDEN&0- 24. 244 and 4 Ulain St.. Cor. JefferAAti. Lor- PoP,ar and fourth Sts. HOLIDAY SPECIALTIES! JUVENILE AND TOY BOOKS! PORTERTAYLOR & CO., Wholesale Grocers, MB Wl hae recently rebuilt and fitted np this well known stand, formerly occupied by O. W. Payne, with the latest Imiunmi stii. ('leavaierw. Wa TMnectrniiw of our friends and tbe public generally. We guar- antee tbe bant of work for our customers. Sacks furnished to oartles w1ghlntosh!n to our riiu au oatton eovered by Insurance while In our possession. HATDKff A CO. HORSES at.911ir.EI9 FOB 8A1.K Cotton Factors, SOO FBONT ST., Bet. Madison and Monroe. Agents for Champion Plows and the Celebrated Cheek Cotton Press. . J. T. FARGASOS. JAS A. UUST. C. C. HE1K J. T. FARGASOM & CO. FINE ALBUMS, Standard Works, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Japanese Goods, - Faaey Stationery. Pletare Oronsnrata, o1d nnd aw- Bpeeini renal to the Trade. prayer books, j. b. & W. A. Faires, Fine Bibles, WHOIaESAXE Pocket Books, New Games, Fancy Inkstands, Board, ete. Stiver (Late of Forrest At Faires), Dealer in MUXES & HORSES i ' No. 55 Union street, 5ear Post-office Memphis, Term. . A large assortment of Stock always on hand. Kverythlng guaranteed as represented. Orders solicited. ' SPECIALISTS. ; Private Lectures. Grocers and Cotton Factors 3G9 Front and 32 Clinton Sts., If emphis. J. C. KEELY. S. H. BROOKS. H. JT. SEELY. BR0OSS,KEELI 00 WHOLESAEE Booksellers and Stationers, 279 Main St. 7 -mww warn i Mfta nf tha. nivfaaasirkra hnaa Kaan .!. ,r;-.r. - B. IT. SEME5TBS & 0, TTAVU FOB.1 750 Brls. "Nelson Distillery" Fire-Copper BOURBON WHISKEY! SPRING d higher; common, 20ff2rlc; fair. 27S28C; choice, 82941c. Bice firm at 556Uc hipped sinoB last statement., hipped ptwvtously t (running account) UJPOltTb. Thus tar this week Thus tar last wek etnea 8eptember 1st , 1.745 lll,fl2o .. 10,145-10690 80.035 i ... 31.52P .... lK.rtM.. ...i:ibvj Memphis and Charleston railroad Mississippi and Tennessee railroad...: Louisville, Nashville and U't boiiUiem B.B. Paducah and Memphis railroad Memt bis and Little Bock railway bteeiaec Wagous and other sources 5 374 492 79 817 248 fiuO Total. B SPORTS. a.6001 Thus rar thlawmk. Thus rar laai week laea Beptembar 1st , Memphis and Charleston railroad......:..".. ' Mississippi and Teunessee railway Louisville, Nashville and U't doutnern R. R. RUamers north By rail nortb By rail south . 14,717 - 19,34:1 , .105,590 207 7.- j 215 uiand and hi prime to CIHCaOO. November SO. Floor ateadv. Wheat rreirular and active, but weak and lower, chiefly for uiKions: no. a. i imeasn. iieopmner ann tnm vtmr 'm In gvod demand at full prices, 50s. Oats dull, ak and lower, 24Sc. Pork dull, weak and lower, ll 65T1I 70 cash, $11 60 December and tbe year. Lard dull, weak and lower. 7.77l47.0e -asu, i.i ivta i. too iieoemuer ana tne year. Bulk uieaia auu ana a snaoe lower. 4U. i3tiiAc. iVhlsky. SI Or)., Hrcrmd Board. At tbe dose wheat waa active and aanade higher. 11 umai Oritsj December and tbe lear Com steady and unchanged. Oats Steady and incbanged Pork firmer bui not ouotablv hlirher. Lard In good demand and tending upward, 7.80O j.82tfee January. 5 :i DRY ' WOODS. IBT TELEGRAPH. ST.W TORK. November 80. Business waa lls-ht in nearly an departments. Cotton goods were Quiet, but generally steady. Prints were In limited de ma' d. Merrlmac D. O. cardinal red prints were re- uuoea to wc umgnams ana cotton drees goods were In fair request, woolen goods for men's wear were m iau aemana. OF 1 8737475--7677. ,rzzr i m mivm m vmei ISr FREE AND Df BOND. N. r (" CHARLES HEBZ0G. 1 LOUIS HEBZ0G. GMSJisRfflei mo. Is "S3: St. Bernard Coal, &0 centi. Wood Wholeaitlewnd Retail. ; WOOnWOKKEKS. i I200RE, BASSETT & CO., Stm. 851 and 853 Second SU, Kemphla. 316 and 316 Main St., Memphis. areas of trie orofession have been his ryiiirmi w. knowledgtng him to be tbe most successful operator In America. Dr. C. will deliver private lectures at his rooms at the Peabody Hotel, in Mem d his. until the 20th ot December. For more than a quarter of a century Dr. C. has been forwarding bis medicines for curing all Scrofulous and Cancerous affections to those who were afflicted, and they have been used with almost perfect success by the patients them selves, as thousands of letters go to show. ' He treats P1LHS. FISTULa., Dicers, Scrofulooa Affections, Cancerous Ulcers, Cancerous Tumurm, ete. tnousands of testimonials can be seen at his 1 rooms many of them from the n.edleal profession. Dr. C. has operated on a number of the profession In Memphis and nave had others of the profession here to bring their friends to him. TILE Oftlir TBEATX KX T JLT'Ol DR. W. a COUDF.N, formerly of Louisville, Ky., who Is so celebrated for the treatment of f'mai. rer, file and Oplnsn Habit, Is permanently located In Memphis, Tenn.. and has taken room at tji&aton'a Hotel, where he may be consulted. rrom hundreds who have been oitm nf I'jinM, h bis treatment, we give a few prominent names: Rev. tZ W UltAkull , ,1 1- . - " - M.uTai, vi aliii it,, ainimuin, wuu was cureu in 1809 Rev. Mitchell will take pleasure In answer- ii ix any imier. vi inauirv aaaressea 10 mm- j h T totter. Prospect. Giles county, Tennessee, cured In 1870: James MofTatt. Trov. Oblon count.. Tennaa. am, cuiou mi nun. a iew names or prominent per- wsi. wiru iu uniwi yearia aiaoama: uot. ueo. o. Houston. Montgomery; Capt. H. C. Baldwin, Jacob J axotxk u. a. ruitrmm. .1 . m i nnmnmn. M a. h mint J. M Foster, & A. Hugee, Mrs. Wm. Deason. all of I Mobile: Hon. Lewis at. Blona. Carmlltrm. Plrlran. cuunty, aiaoama: an or ue above cured ot Cancer; M. J. M. Mason, wm. B. Austin, George W. Sioardo. of Mobile, eured of Pllea. f 1L.BM A cure auarantrtyl. no matter bow Inn. I Standing. - opium HABIT Oar-n m thirty dam. Send for Dr. COCDHN'S Canear Jnnmsl vlvlns mode of treatment and large list of casee cured. ggjHXroju a.m, to yi m., and H to ft p.m. BUILDIIfG. Grocers,Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BET. UNION AND GAY0S0, : MEMPHIS, TENN. Km C FEABCE. la B. 8Cerfl. PEARGE, SUGGS & CO.. WHOLESALE GKOCURS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants V No. 25 Front street. Menykls, Ttmm. PABTicjJLABiATTTEyTioar fiin to thk ataxia oveofrn SLEDGE, ilTKAY & CO., GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS JNO. REID, BUILDER Nos. 37t and 373 Main Street. 326 Seemd Street. UF OTATBS A 8PBCIALTT. katlmalaa maarn i partia. artna- Inas.a bv Brw, et tnr m- la bit Una C. G. F1S11EB. A. GAGE. Wrapplng-Papor and Paper-Bas peelalty. Kind, done at whort notlee and beat Printing, of rates. au; J. K. tiODWIJf. D. JL, M.VLLXSS, Jr. B. M. XoCAXLUM 1 5rl7 '760 r KIVEE NEWS. al 1.743 IBT TELEGRAPH. The following are the official telegrams of the eoedi'.ioo or to. douiesuc markeU as received by tbe pswq eyenange: faivvwai. walveston New Orleant.. Mobil eavannah .... Cbariestoa ... Wilmington .. !torrlk Baltimore .... New Tork Boston Philadelphia . BLLouls ... August MirhL QuIeC bwany. Steady. Bteauy. Steady. Strady. OuleL Firm. Steady. Qlllet. Firm. OuleC tjdet Ste'pU. Pricm Middling. 2.719 UI"J 10 lUa X19l! 106o a.:iH IIAirriu 13-f 4.714 lUAaiO 13-14 fFesther. The manner in which the weather veater- day eaused overcoat owners to swlna their arms and 1 bide their ears was a eautloc , tor tbe thermometer at noon stood at twenty-nine degrees, with a downward tendency. Ice was visible throuihout the day wheraver tbe least amount of water lay, and at night proba- ouiues preuiciea clear out Freezing weatber ahead. Look out. marines, tor soft and cosy nlacea this win ter. For further particulars concernlnc rivara at otner points read in telegram below. Hirers. i . .SS SASHljUTHsKsJ 5 25 ?f iF CO VJ CD o a ci to 3 CD 3 CO CD 3 1JII5 1.547; 10 1 "1V1 '2!l nH2 1 7u:t 10&8 104a lOTiau-li5-ie OHIO! SIGNAL SBRTICK. OBS.. D. 8. A Manpnia, November 30. 1877. Yesterday s New 1 Iff M. C M M iLaf sarA'ar Tik M rawsalaaal. ordinary, 9 13-rte; good onllnary, lutsc; low raid- am II 12 08, quiet and steady 9-1 Sc. Tone kldllng. II VI Mo: good m or tne Iddllnr. market: At 10: K). weak: sun. quHs, ana SHMuy; 8 On. ouM and steady. Males. u:r, balaa. The following are the closing rate In New Tork iw yyswmay a no tne day oerore: Afiawaa. XttLrrday. t Aiy orbr. January 1 1 .'JUVr 1 ilio 1 1 .28( 1 1.2 February JI.42.m.4.t 114111.42 March 1!.5.M1 64 ll.MtU.lA ADrtl U.tlK,?ll.rt ll.4Mffll.nW May ..v It.Hlrrll.Ki ll KUill K Juna, 11.94'fll.9n 11.94411.95 July 1198,712 00 11.9-(Tl2ls) August 12.00t212.0o 12liO(rl2.lat N own 112411.24 f December . 1iytfTll ?4 II.-:'l.vn. Tone ol Uia warart: li:l.,. iutal ua eas.er 1110, steadier; 1210. esy at tbe hdvanee: 1-.U7 oul t and steady; 'AuK sfcady; 8:17, steady, bales. N Orl. ana waa Una at 10sa for middling. Sales, 10 OK) bales; m-rl U. m-t.,')94 bale; gross, ft irtrt I ales- exports. !U' bals: sUKk. 24.",92 bales. TsxtwdAj's LIverptKil U-lrirrafB reported tne mar ket ens CT. but nt .rfUuIir lower; mid ling nr laods, 4 7-1nd: OrleHns. rt it-lnd. balra. lo mmj bales, of whlrh 4.Vi) bales were American. He aelvad. fvriOo baii. IrtOOuf whlrh were tmerlain Llverrwl arrinCt nx t.itnn bid s!les at I-Sd lewei: Novamber. 4 :t-14r?-P-sd; Nnremrer-lJa-remher. ieeinta-r-Januiry. Jariuiiry-Fbruary, and Feuruary Mrcn. .VltW; M.r.-h-.wli. Illl-ad. At Ibe close M u ch, ate- was dull and lending downward; arrfti' srete iMd.; Xem ber-Decern ber. and aprll-lT. rt 1 1-lHd. The murOMlit at lb- ports a as reprtrVd as follows: . Taw ir r n .. Kxp'tatnx Britain .p'l le CooUUi-t. gsVMia irM Kant. I v.- -.,r. i J 4-KH rat I1 i.si.4(l 2J,rW:l tU.irNt- Mn-r! S5 241: U,2Rw r)f i -7 1 9'1 9.-H GENERAL TRADE. The wVti-r waa mTn"iv mM verterday, and as no boat rarae In from iba north bnslrress was a aC The trust tuts given potato mm mnndeoee; toey say limre quantui-s of isaatoc will be frost d and lo will ha on the river, and blinrer price will follow. "Pi.tAtn ts!k" Is always "a big thing." rNne bran told al $l.". which Is lower than n parted nnmni was vrry nrm; It was rumored that a failure has iwrirn a ra ft:. Louts wblrb will etixnge the le-f Ih nsw In ft eelitom. Vies atwmt p apoaarto trtbeii: Cat en4d weather kwlps tr-e bulls, and an ipple bull l always stiff on the ho-ns. The froa sa-iif cks up a tr tt of -efils. Nothing kelps pou try. tveti lb uik-givtng fUd to do mora sbao b log out a fal t, w.ui. uretlng smile. Pro vtalO(.s wsx "no batter faiA" sa l sftghuy borrow sasn at tWilM see . Taa Jlaswvtlie Above low ititiosv. mu. Feet, tnehes iro "iff T" CtnelnnaU 29 R "a veti port. 2 7 DnbuQu 8 10 Helena, Ark. 14 11 lev- ui - 3 tl Lea -n worth 5 K Llt le Rook 8 8 l.nuls.llle. 11 H HeaapklAU. 1 N.shiile 14 4 New Orleans 11 4 Pittsburg . 0 - V dhreveport. 21 4 3t- Louis 12 . ... y. yickab-.irw 20 1 '1 Change. PJLUflBlItG. Rise Inches 12 1 V j Browne, the Plumber ' 28 , aitainw hUh water mark of 1874 " IXKAL O Bt) KB V AT ION 8 IBeTEKOAT 2 10 7-5 I 43 a. at ' 8:41 p.m. IU.1JT! Bar. 80.49 80. 4 H0.40 Thar Wind. Weatber. 18 N.W. , .00 Clear. 2S N. .00 Clear. 24 W. ,00 Clear. kwlaum tbarsnometer. 80 dea. ktlroraurs thermorseuw, 14 dag. ; . .-, W.M.M ELROY. taTLSlcSer.C. 8. A. BY TKLEti&APH. WW ORLEANS. November JWl Departed: Jas. Huaarl, Meuiphis. SHRTTEPORT, November 80. filrer rose 1 Inch. Weather elear and cold. . , ', NASMVILLF. November B0. River stationary, with 1 1 feet 4 Inches on tb a&oals. LITTT.F ROCK. November , 80. Weatber very eo.d. freezing to-day; coldest day of tbe season. La-1 VVJ wu rtsatj, sj. Gas Pipes, Water Pipes, 5 Sterna Pipes. Stone Pipe, Rubber Pipe, Bath Tubs, - Pumps, Hydrants, Gaa Fixtures! Gaa Flttlarn! unuw a? ixiinari i ETESTTBIX8 CHEAP. al. W. X. BROWNE, 253 Second St.. opp. Court Square J.R. GODWINS CO. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front Street, Ulempliis. Agente for tlxe 0-x-lx Ootton-Tlo. langstaff, Graham & Proudfit LSaieeeauaorn t ranan 4fc PmndJltV HAEDWAEE MOHHST-EJRY. EAGLE COTTON-GINS, nT'l STRAUB'S GRIST-MILLS, i TBLBTEE'S AXJ3. " ! Trns tee's Sale of Land. Etc BT virtue of tbe terms of a certain deed of trus executed to me, as trustee, by James Tucket and bis wife. Laura A. Tucker, on the third dayoi April. A.D. 1H74. and whlcb la duly raaorriari In ti. Register' office of Fayette county, state of Tenneav aee, in itecora rjooa na b, on page r&6 and 5o4, and. to which reference la here made; whlcb trust utxxi was maoe to secure certain lnaeoteuness c said Tuckers to 81ed. McKay A Co. and to H T Broadnaz ft Son; and the said Indebtedness being uia wiu uutaaiu, 1 will, on Tneadar, Dseember IS, AJ). 187. within legal hoars, on tbe premises below described. expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, for casu, we luuowing real estate, viz: 2Kb acre vl land, whlcb He In the Fifth Civil District of said aayeue county, ana is Douaoea on the east by tbe I lands Of Dr. B. H. Limn: on the south bv the lamia I of Lucy Maclln and KUen Wblthorne: on the weat by the lands of Bdwln Whltmore: and on the north by tbe lands of Sd. Ragsdale. And at tba same time and nlaen. and bv virtu ia nf the terms of said trust deed, and another trust deed maae oy saia same parties on the 24th day of Marcli. i a.u. Ia n, to me, as trustee, and to secure aalr- j Sledss, McKay 4 Co. In certain indebtedness, whlcm ia uuw uue anu unnaia. wnieu Mit-nimMi iImmi i. also of record In said Register's office. In Record , ooos. no. n. on pages H in. mx and h.r to whixh reference Is also heia n ade. I will sell to the hioh., : bidder, tor cash, the stock of horses, mules, cattle ouiu uurj. auu uia rarmirur uuuihiis arui utsmi inn, Implements, wagon and buggy, and the crops ol wm auu cuuou, aii or wmcn is op said 'Aob acres of land and on the adjacent tract of land on which saiu lucaers reside. Toe equity of redemption la ana u eata real estate is, in said deed, waived, ana y win be GAGE & FISHER, No. 300 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. I I MURRAY & RID GEL Y, MERCHANT TAILORS, Xo. 88 3VIac3L30xx Street. WK take pleasure In announcing to oar patrons and tbe public generally, that we are now pre Dared, wltb the Liavrarent auad tno.t Varied ktork of Cttaple suid fancy (.osmIh, suitable to the requirements of our trade, ever offered In Memphis, and at prices that will compare favorable with any nrst-elass establishment ot any northern or eastern city. We are showing complete lines of choice and elegant Coatings, Suitings and Casslmerea and V eatings, of French, English and oooteh makes. Possessed of un equaled 1 acuities lor the gettlng-up of Gentlemen's Clothing, we can confidently promise complete satisfaction to our patrons, ulve us a call and be convinced. MURRAY fc R1DGLY. D1SPEXSARY. tbe title of tba absolute. This 13th day of November. A.D. 1877. m. BUUHll WM. of said property Jr., Dr. D. S. .Johnson's FB1VATB Trustee. RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING, FAIRBANKS'S SCALES KOBGHVI HILiLM AMD EVAPOBATORH. BIO 1VLa.Tx Otroot. Me riAA'OM. PlTTSRITkr. KTMmha OA . mu aft m a a I "XTKVER has any piano been subleeted to arvh ches. and tailing. Weather cieor and enld I cloB ert"clsm and severe tesis by friends and . Weatber Mchi - Klve tt feet 4 Inebaa and fuiii alaa arut anlif CINCINNATI. NmrRmher !irL-.niM. sb..i Weather eoid aud doudr ". . .Nihtiti A lest 1 ncb and falling. Weather eloudy end cold. Arrived: Jaine W. Gaff. Memobla. TICKSBTJBxl. 'November !ta - Waathap alaa. TbernMMiK-hf 44 deg. River rose 6 Incbee Lpl Cnar es Morgsji, 11 last night: PbU Allm, 2 p.m.: Thompson Dean.'3n.m. Down: ioM ra,.! p.m.;ctanard. pjn., . KVANHTILUL - November 3f. Waalha. naatl. elnar and eald: west wind. Mercury 1 7 to Ux da. nuiBeter abcre QuUm and rtaln.. . kia. i r- u Inches and rising rapidly; 10 feet rise In the last 24 hours. Port list -Up: D. P. Bcbenefc, 9 p.m. Dowwt James D. Parker. 8 pm. Business active. CAIRO. Novwmhss Aft Wasnsav eta., uui mniA. M-rmry 17 deg. at daylight Arrived! Oous Millar, kea. Raw Cr1taii. 1 a.m. XieparUsl: Maude, bt. Loula. M p.m.: (ruldan f am. - irlaana u n . '"'wSae'imatl.a a. at ; lHnola, Mound iu&iu.,Uirnaia,tlla19IIU,O0Oa... S!gDt. foe aa baa tbe Mathaahek. Tbe aealee are radt- eally dllTereut from any other, and so Ingenious In coustructiO: and producing socb wonderful power and purity or tone, aa to nave attracted the attention and tbe admiration of mechanics and musical ent. I s. and It has therefore been looked upon aa an In novation by manufacturers and dealers In other pianos, who twi'.g unable to n rid In it any weak points tor assault, have endeavored to storm It by unjust assertions. But after ten years of thorough trial It has more than vindicated tbe highest hopes . et Its friends and la fast silaodnr the attacks of lis enemies. Tbe Matbushek pianos are acknowledged by the best judges ot mutle In all part of tne eoun try to be suprrtor lo any other piano made, and all philosophical, unblaaeu minds who have examined the equalizing scale, eoucede that It must ferever peeveut the Instrument iivm yielding a particle to the Immense tension of the strings; Insure perfect protection agaiost settling of the sounding-board, iooseali g or the tanlng-pins. cr breaking away ot that wrest plank, ana. therefore, that the original volume of ton most evar remain a 1th the m-tru-meot. Instead of gradually fading out. a- has baem the ease wl b tbe ton of all other planoa. atatutiwAn . wii-L i. Z' 0oood street, bar . ' JK- i-'i 1 P m twDanad: ' the agansy for to sale of this saperb laauanMr k JIL- . Hkv E i-ar 19 IN ( ky2s7hav, u. aeacy few to. BmSla grgwjE " wmmu.mi. Merwaay Jt wag. 1 gkealgar aad tb "ilver rwagaeT mv Tnv Tnvei IVIU, I V IU, IV I Oi AT WHOLESALE ! o Wheeler, Pickens & 328 and 330 MAIN STREET. Go. H. L. Heaeham. J. B. Pfrston. a. tT. Roberta. E. E. Meacham. E L 1II0IH Mi COTTOW FACTORS AND No. O Union street, IHempIiiii, Tonn. &r, W. T. BrvTlr lia. rliarxa ( k Cottea Javiaraaait. Trtutee's Sale. "DT virtue of a trust deed made Novem ber 1 1 , 1878. I Kf J C iWfmOA. nnl ar. I Inaetn u.at. Arkansas, in Record Book "M," pages 137. 188 and iov: ana ot a power or attorney executed Novembei lo, 1877, by HchooLneld. Hananer 4 Co., authorizing ma to foreclose said tmst deed, for the nurmaiil paymg ue aeot securea tnereby, I will, on natwi ay, aseeeaaner ane. IS77, in rront of my tore, at Douflaaa Landins'. In said eountv. aall frmr cubu, s uuono ouicry, tne real estate conveyed thereby, viz: The tract of land In said auntt known a tbe Billings Tract, being fractional section thirty (80). in township seven (7) soutb. range foul (4) west being tbe Billings Island, in the Arkansas river. In Auburn Precinct, contalnln. au acraa mora yr leas, .equity oi reaeinpuon waived. Title be lieved good, nut I win sail and convey aa trustee omr. w. . oAMPLM. Trustee' Sale. TH punuanee of a Deed In Trust made to me ou jl us zmo or stay, 18V0, qy r. p. Pralm and J. M. Fralm. recorded In tba ofneeof the touaurni ouoiuj oiwur. iHiiiawB, Buusi no. ha, rjajtaauu, I will, as trustee, on Wednenday.the UHnof Deeeatber. 18TT. at Ibe snuthweat corner of Madison and Main streei. , Memphis, offer for sale the following described real ewsio, simaiea in tne city or Memphis, tfhelbi county. Tennessee, to -wit: lou No. 4 and 6. ano part of lot 8. ot country lot Na 464. as shown by ft. W. Backer's man of Memphis: Beginning at lb comer of Jerry Cowley's lot with Marshall avenue on Pigeon Roost road: thence In a northeasterly dt recti c a vnto aouia side of Marshall avenue about 449 feet to the lot of James Sldell ; thence with sale. oiueu oonn une to old union street; tben.ee went j waraiy to tne Memphis and Charleston railroad thence northwardly with aald railroad to Jerry Cow ley's southeast corner; thence wltb said Cowley east line to the beginning. Including and excluding the right of way to Monroe street, eenvmad tniha m, ma ui. uumnuwi whereat oz r. Mr. rraun in aid lot, not lo be sold. Also, the following described real estate, to-wlt: A certain tract or Daroal of land sltuaKid. Inn. ami la. Ing In aald dty of Memphis, bounded on the not Lb vr DarieBUMi avenue: on me east ov a inc rmnurh owned by S. W. Jefferson; on tbe south by Jeffersoo street; on the west by a lot owned by R. C. Brink ley VI UUU lIHHIU; UHMK. UVQl LA. UMHB mTmZ. Wm n the old bayou line to Charleston aveou Inolodlntt and excluding a lot fronting bO feat oa Jorksson ! street; beginning 75 feet west ot the Jet! Arson lots i thence running 60 feet wltb Jafferaun atmt. than. wniisanii io lees oetween -traMel nnea. A portion of tbe last-described ua. been sold at private sale to Patterson and kiwrnf, and will not be sold by me. All of said rrotuid wtlL before the oa oi aaie, do uu on in )uut alzed lot and platted and sold by the lot. ; This sal la mad lor uw purposa) oi payintT on ail uue and other n eumbrance on stld laud, ta tb nrst place, and thna to pay the Indebtedness especially aacured by tb trust dead, aa provided In aald trust dead. Tttla gsaaa. wiu waiy sjouvey a trtaneav Term of Bale Vt ab, 1 na 12 montba. and b aae In 24 motiths: oeterred bar men L. la eaar tiw rTsllii pwjmiij i MIL be usarsd kf I J. a. aw: a A. rranaiud, AMtsvtr, Medical Dispensary, So, 17 JEFFERSON KTREET, Between Haiw aad Kroot, Wesnpnle. ETABUBHSD TJS I860. DR. JOHNSON Is acknowledged by all parties In terested as by far the most successful physician In the treatment of private or secret diseases, gulck, thorough and permanent cures guaranteed In every ease, male or female. Recent cases of Gonorrhea and Syphilis cured In a few days, without the use of mercury, change of diet, or hindrance from business. secondary syphilis, the last vestlire eradicated wltb' out the use of mercury. Involuntary loss ot semen ime. aunerers rrom impoiency era restored to tree vigor in a few weeks. Victims of self-abuse and exorealve venery, stuTenrig from sperrnavurrhea and lot ot physical and mental power, speedily and perma nently cured. Partleular attention paid to tbe Diseases of women, and cures guaranteed. . Throat and Lang Diseases eured by new re readies, All consul Latloris strictly confidential. Medicine sent by expreea to all part of the coun try. Office hour from 8 am. to 9 p.i rrom g to g p.m. msSOLUTIOA. NOTICE. DioMolution of I'artnertthlp. rriHB partnership heretofore existing between 6ara X uel Mosby and C. P. Hunt, under tbe Arm name and style of Moeby, Hunt A Co., la this day (Novem ber 1. 1877.) dissolved, by tbe said Mosby retiring therefrom. C. P. Hunt, and bis partner In business. T. J. Hunt, will take charge of tbe assets, and pay all of the Indebtedness of Moeby, Hunt 4 Co. SAMUKL MOSBY. C. P. HUNT. T. J. HUNT. IF" In retiring from tbe firm of Mosby, Hunt ft Co., I takepleaiure In recommending: my successors to tbe patrons of the old firm. S. MOSBY. Memphis, November 1. 1M77. C. P. HUNT. THO& J. HUNT. topped In a short time. or toes or sexual D.m. Sundays u. a. .utLnesjn. at. u. TS. Madison Dispensary. pj sot So. Clark Sc. Cbleasa. m. I mJZ rex. r. einruiw tnmt. ma sixcaL tan V ml"ir UIKKtSKS mTMt. arrl,, prWrnia. V Latlfl 7- SIra,TllBKH4. hKlCAI. liKBIUTT, k I RKVOt'aSSKa. IBPOTIKCT. RIOTCHEMOs Atm I 1 f Vk,ranp.i u.. i. " . ei ik na sr.xsil. riTMOUaii, . , TUB r.lK. rtm.. mtanu BARRIACS Ik .Urand. runprjM4(M or. a aonat. HI. BlItKltbB 1L rtTMOUM.1. . nr. oi am Il.r.l HTK.TKS. NtuUolu naeh taa. nl aar balbea pabUaMS. ami tor SO m. I. a Sasorat nnaM COaSCLTATIOS a, ul COXyiBXTIAIa OOo. Bmusi a. bl to t p. av toan I u 1 r a WHISKY. TH66. OAFF JA. W. GAFF I HENRY W. SMITH T. & J. W. GAFF & CO. Dlgtlllers of Bourbon and Bye AklTlIC.' BA. HDIAIA. BMXRT W. SMITr 1 THOS. GAFF JAS. W. GAFF HENRY W. SMITH & CO., KE DIST1LLEI1S OF B0CRB0X & RVE WHISKIES, etacnyMATi. ohio. C. P. HUNT & CO. WHOLEHALE COTTON FACTORS And COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 30C Front fttreet. MOSBT at HVXT BLOCS UEUPHIB. TEXTT. 3P- Referring to above, we respectfully solicit a continuance of the favors hitherto bestowed tbe old firm, and promise our moat careful attention to all business Intrusted to our care. DISSOLUTION. THF. firm of Phelan Mnrphy was dissolved by cinMiil cvnsenl September 10th, Mr. Ben. Phlan retiring. KEW FIRM. J. J. Murphy. b. F. Mranrr Yf3. J. J. MURPHY and B. F. MURPHY, nnde A 1 tbe firm name of Murubv ft Mumhy. will continue the r'lre. Varl.e aad Mali lssar awee Ma.lneaiw, No. 5 MadLaon street, Mem phis. Tenn. Tbev will represent only Irat-class com panies, and are prepared lo take risks on tiia-wotMaB and alt rMhar clHssea 'isunthie pn"party. AUEat'V. All as bytl.R abort R. B. fally gwarsntB.d B. t LisLJ, t Agwat lr Muapbl. Net Howard Mow. jriKJifni? Employment Agency. LOSS DALE & CO., MANAGERS. NO. 9 WB3T COURT STREET, MEMPHIS, TKNN. ARK prepared to furnish aa Awdi of flrtt-eiam male and female beln. Hsunmiliia oflw-fs charged and applications la-operly reaistered. which will receive prompt attention. Parties In need of Jmu Mp, aaweU as those dal ring employment, can consult tocetlier at our effcoe beten tb, bours of two aud four o'clock (la the evening I dally. ESPECIAL ATTMEYIOM pm tm furrttklngaUnrtr frr tntHn pi. aw ,srm I awal uwssl mmpimtm