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TTBGE MEMPHI8 -DAILY': -AJPPE-AJL. -STJINTD-A. Y.- lECEMJBER 9, 1S77.
Fl.NA.NCIAL.
Business generally was quiet yesterday, but
tb bank, on the contrary, had an srtlva day of
checking and depositing, with a fair demand for
raotH-r iu trm usual 8i 10 parent. Exchange quotes
on New York arvl lh miM. mnxim nunwt. run.
Krurlaod at-hi. with ibrm arao.li dlwount ew
Oriowu. U divuuuC: selling oa ail the banks at par.
"In New York HnUttn. of Thursday, reports:
New York exchange was dunled U-dJ as follows
at me places ruuneu: oa.imiuau. wn u, -n ui.-uu,
filing 4- Clnelnnatt lair demand; discount;
..p haiMiAii sasler: burliHC freely. U
discount; St. Louis, 60 discount New Orleans
cunnwltl. t,'i ounx. u aiscuuuu vuicacv.
lr TULhOUAPBA
PABI3. December 8. Rentes. 107f. 35c
NEW ORLEANS, December H. Gold, 102t?l
103. New York slant, It aiscouuw oteruu,
4W3.
LONDON. December X. Consols for money,
." 5-Id: mi account, tfoft-lfl; f. ti. ft-20s, 1H1.,
lOKlt.; txirj. lna; l'l-HW. lur-4. nww, iui.
New York Central. 10: trie, 10; Krta preferred.
24: I moots Central. 24-
KEW TOKK. Deoriaber 8. Money dined at 8? 4
perewit. Prime mercantile paper, firt 7 per cent.
Customs receipts. S2.! v.UUO. The assistant treas
urer disbursed 2"2rt.OXK. Clearings. a2U.(tOO.O"t.
Rierllnz firmer: actual business at long. 4 1 ; short.
4S4l Uold ra steady throughout theoayat 1024;
aim made IU1. rillvet at London. Vl 3 lM; here,
sllvsr bars are 120U rreenbacks. 117 go:d; silver
coin. AtxiM per cpur. (luowuu. umwiimnii
bonds kots strouit: coupons of 181.
1 !,; do. lHtt.1. iew. lOtPa; tk. 1h7,
I DM; do. IRttM, 11 me new 6s. 10. : new 41.
MA: new 4s. 105W: 10-Ws. registered. lOHU;
1.I-4U. coupons. Hi'- i -;
SUtta bonds were quiet: Teunewee tfs, old.
41; Tennessee os. arm, mi '""
trgUuarts. new. 33: Missouri , 10Ui- Ballroad
Uo.l were steady. Tbe stoc mane -as puii in
tie furenooa on slllil fluctuations. exoit for coal
iiium. wtilrh adtaneed from U to I'Hperoent.
1 bis advance was caused by tbe announcenieol that
there would be a sneetlna: of tbe oral companies on
Ttiursdir next. Tbe transactions awrrcated 78.
IkN) stiares. of which JWWsl were htm Vo.lt Ontral,
27.IM0I Lalte Shore. 4ISHJ Nor. b western, 45M iit.
I'iiul. iH.rxxt Lackawauua, (ViVUO Delaware and Hud
son ennui. 'JHOtt sllcbltfan Central, and 5700 West
ern I nloo. Closlnsj quotations were as follows:
Western Union telegraph. 77; OulcltsllTer. 17ti
Oiilckstlver preferred, ally. Padfto Mall. 21W;
Martposa. IP: starliaa preferred. HVs: Adatns Ka
prasa, Will Wells&raixo Express eooipanji. KU;
Araerican Exprvss company. flt: tinted rttnies
Exitrewi eoinpanr. 4AM); hew Yont Centrul. llHUw;
krie, ivm; Ella preterred. 2Ml; Harlem. 44: Har
lem preferred. 4; M IchUtan Central, f7: Fan am a,
'Jrt; Lnl.Ki I'acinc stoec M7W: Lake febore. rK;
IMInols Central. 1HU: Clewland and littsbunr.
77 1; Kortbweirfarn. ii4-V: Nnnbwestern preferred,
rU: Clerelnd, t-olumlpus, tndnuatl andlndiao
apolls,.'U: New Jersey Ontnil. Ruck Iwland,
loutrVanl.3.'l4;M Paul prefemL7t'H;WalMMb,
1o; rort Wayne. v4; Ten llaide. 3: Trrre
Haule nreferml. 14; Chicago and Alton, 77; Chicago
and Alton prererrwi, 101 ty. Ohio and MlsslMlppl,
KM: Delaware. Lackawanna and Western.
Mit; AtlanUc and ractflo tetoeraph, 23;
Utssourl I'acinc. Hs; Chicago, Burlington
and Uutncy. lt: Hannibal and St. Joe, 11W;
tentril Pacllle bonds. 7i; I'nlon PaclBe bonds,
rUj; I'nlon Paritle laud grants, ZHi L'ulon PacUe
lidilntc fund. Do.
COTTON.
Corfon bfleprams were inspiritinff a(rain
yet-rlay, Llver.ol and New Orleans both quoting
hUher. Our inarkft was quiet; demand moderate
and biuUness checked by factor, asking above buy
ers' views, ai d by tbe usual Saturday Indlff erenee to
operate; business was therefore light. Closed strong
wlitaaaui-wardteunency. n.
OMInary it ft Hfo
od urJWtary SlOUt UWI4
Low mld.llln (3105 tflOfB
WbMlln ttlO frl0,8
Hood mld.lllng OIII4 f?11l4
Middling fair S114M r?llin
alr ... aiJSU c212l4
Market slrontt. Held higher. Sales, 1U00 bales,
Including 1-toO for export and ttuO for spinning.
COTTON bTATEMBNT.
Corro Kxchavgk, December 8.
Mock September 1, 1877 a 6.282
Renelved to-day 4.8K0
deceived previously l.,bOO-lrtO,080
Shipped slnoe last statement.,
bhlpped previous Ly.
3,417 1H5.V72
ll,7ia-122.130
Stock (running aooount 43,842
LUFOBTS.
Thus far this wsek ... 4,880
Thus far l.k.4 &k 3.5.VS
filnee SepWrnber 1st ..1H0.HH0
Hpiu pit's and Charleston railroad. rlHl
MiiMMlopt tin.1 Tennessee railroad U2it
Lou!vlla. Nashville and (i t Southern B. R. tHi'J
t'aducali nnd M-nillls railroad 1 14
Mhiiii bis aiwl LIUie Uock railway (VOn
Hteamers 1,035
Wagons and other sources - 600
Total 4,80
IJLPOBTB.
Thus fnr this week "8,417
Thus far last week . 1,070
clncs September 1st 122.130
Memphis and Charleston railroad 2K3
ML.l!lpl ruul Tenneiviee railway HIH)
Loulsv'.lie, Nashville and li t Southern B. B. tHM
Steamers north 1,828
hr rail north 1.1 W
By rail south 3 WO
ToUl .417
IBT TELEGRAPH.
The following are the official telegrams of tbe
condition ol the domestic markets as received by the
cotion excbaiMte:
T'U-iiaiitA.
Market. Ree'pU. MvidUng. .
Firm. " 8, 1 56 10I&
StonK. ,"S 1 1 H)
Oulet 1.020 . 108
Firm. 4.230 11
Firm. 4.K72 11'
Oul4. 1.34X 10
Weak. iM 11H
Mrm. 7 im
Kisy. 761 . 11V4
Kirm. l,lrt llS
Klrm. 8S1 118
Firm. 1.6KB 10-8
vi . 1 1 a 1 t 1Q..O
ealvstet;....'
New UrlsaO?..
Mobile
(Savannah ....
Charleston ...
W.lrninglon ..
No'lolk
Bal.lmore ....
N-w York
Boston
Philadelphia .
Ot. Iouis
AwilUft
MtMTiinv'n New Tora elosimr telegram reported:
Ordlnnry. li)c; good ordinary. 10 ll-lric; low mld--illtw.
II 3-lrtc: mtddllrig, lltic; good middling,
I4C Tone of the market: At 10J10. quiet and
ssrady; 12 W. easy; 2;30.easy; 8-05, unchanged.
.SaJis, 428 bales.
Tne following are the closing rate In New York
nltuvs nr yesi-roay ana nay oeioie: t
Duy Ikfare.
lLOrJllTrU
ll.77rrll.78
11 Ktlrrll W)
12.0-lrT12.02
12.IOrTIVJ.12
ri.20rrri.ai
l-222f?12.27
12.26.71 2.211
11.6rtM1.68
January.
reuruary...
k.in-ii
April....
May
JunL.
July
Auxut
December.,
11.6K11.B
11.71 rM 1.72
ll.K3rr
ll.t4fTll.l5
It04rl2.0o
12 .Ml 2. lrt
13.2Jl;2l
12-21 r. .12.23
11 62f?
r,,..A .if tha iiiArlcnH- 1.1:
steadier;
11:10,
.rif. WMMlc; 1 ill. went:
2:60. quiet and
.. ....,f. .iTit nhun.i RaiM . tM.000 bales.
New Oileaus linn, at llle for ml.-milng. eales,
KOOO bales; rweis, net. t65 bales; Jiross, 7.J0
bls: exports to tireat Britain, tt4tl3 ba.!; stock,
24.".WK) bales.
Yterdur's Liverpool telegram reported the mar
ket tinner and a traction higher; mid ling uplands,
tl-lrtd; Orlfns, fU.,.L balw, lO.WH) bales, of
mlili-h rt.00 bales were American. Eecelved, 15,
2(Ki bale-, of which tMMM) were American.
Liverpool mrrimU were partially l-32d higher.
Sblpinenu quoted December-January.rt 15-32d;
January-Kebruary, rt 15 2d; Kebruary-Manch, Vsd;
S..nh April, tl 17 -32d: April May, rt -lrtc At 8
o'clock arrivals were weaker. November shipment,
iVlid; November-December, tSVjd; December deliv
ery. rtlvL
Tbe movement at the ports was reported as fol-
i fhu j Lost I Tfiit Wmk.
Wrrk. I Week. Lat Year.
ilW-io! Kl.lay 21.7H4 21.HK7 25T54
xpUlol.BrlUilii H413 lrt.7HI. ,!
;Sxp'tstoCoutlnet H.722 10.HIW .Il
i-i-k .VT... 72'..346 76.321 938,146
(JEN ERA L TRADE.
The weather was delightful kprain yester
rt.ty. but int-re wns no boat In from op-rlver. and
little s.or was oOrrlng. "Potato-men" stuck close
to their tHMit, axklKg prices they cannot get,
and apple-mn " hwl only moderate occupa
tion, la t. there was only quietude, with
nothing new In the general tone ot tue market The
I rates. c-. uwin n' i.-i n"j.
Tid .tsvly- rial: 1 car bulk pejichblow at fit) cents,
.iJ : vVreo : K-O sacks same at r!2lj cents. In lining
orJ,THl W per barrel Is charged for peach: low."
CliKti.'natI Ewr'trrr, Friday: "Potatoes nre dull,
iiid sales only f small Jobbing amounts from store
at 4tlii 50 cenis r' bushel, as to vailety and quali
ty Nothing done in arrival lots to establish prices."
Louisville J.rn..t. Thursday: "We quote russets.
Mrl r.e and iachblows atjl 26?1 60 per barrel
pn arrival, and 1 601 7 at store In shipping or-
u .. was dull yestenlay, no northern boat nrrtvlng.
.. ii. 'w oi1e;li.i. on the market; some dray-load
f L- L., iW sold at 40C and Ohio hay was
. "!;. Ultle demand. Cormnl quoted at
.'.VJl l.-u "". and a lot or two outside
' '.' : Jl figure. ii-rufr-baslne very
It sold at the sjune pea,-hblow at SI 70 and
quiet; eatenf ,at barr. iabie Irregularity, with
l.H at there Is ,." IOwas 1 4l and
occitnlonal smiles of mixed ... The open weather and
un.lr-r. and on i-rtval terms. "wrkets elsewhere
the low prices and well-ftupplled - Uemauds.
ImllspOM-d buyers to accede to b.i.i0 rei0wat
ihtKfnt sale vn land Iriz of 6 ) barTeui i4r?:
S2. t'-ftii no very good effertim; sal "ijirfeij
per hundrwL AinAn very quiet; sale of 6o jha
choice New York iplns t$4, und 200 barre..
previous evening at 4. ;''" 26c, with an oou
slonal sale at 24lae; some lare packages offering
at 2 to Chirkrnt, $1 50.2 60. no nne bens
olferlnic; dressed. $272 60. Turkryi, ?Mr?12;
drostefl. 10r? 12c. an.l very besivy, with large supply;
sale of 4H ioinfls at 12c Uee-r. jj4 6o6;
r.inderx. 4. -'. 92 7SfT3- HUtrrc.m
iiion, 12i7ltVe; medium. lK(22c; choice. 23(i
2"c. H jm on fo-j. S4(74 26; If 200 pounds.
6c; in store, by th carcass, 6r6Vic;
cuntry dres-v-.l. 57 ,"le: city dressed, IVMufrtUc.
;t,-jr-ioreju liters. il-.?4c; hindquarters. 4rr
Vc thai. .rrrlOi i-AejnfiM, wholesale and
INioked-c.eirslilrv., clear rib, &-c; long
cler. Usc; shoulders. 61c; bams, 7sC ha
,tm nnc.uivaed bre).fast tKtcon. lie. H'Utttua
cinTSjseil. llU,?lllv. JrV Pork, SUl. lard
Irf-ree, xlfl -ivc; half barrel, pi; kfgs, lthc: 20
pound palis,ta.-;lln cases. imrrlxc. tij? frrt,
krr. 2 2."; halt barrels. S-4 2tf?4 50; banels. SH.
St-m-k im w Idle, f I ' per bushel, hvait brunt
sale ol 20 barrels at Si Ko per busbeL
llerrks.t' Whalewale Cash Prices.
CMrr o Comment Official StaUmnU.
FLOITt Steady; superfine. 9H 26f?5 60: double
extra. S-" 6rirt; treble extra, fcrt 2."trrt 60; choice
family. 7 2iii7 6: "fancy. 7 75r?H 26 per twirreL
CtiKN'illiAL tjulet; kiln-dried, 2 70(12 io per
bCORN Firm and scarce; mixed, 58360c; white,
lute- new e.u. 46c per busbeL
OATS Firm, stock Ughl; mixed. 40fI42e; white,
4-!iT4-V per busbeL
bit AN Scarce and Arm. HOtTSoe.
HAY Firm: choice western. 18S19: pralne.
nominally, 88 -3 60 pet ton; mixed, $lttt217 per
'"bUI.K PORK Steady; shoulders. nXjc; long clear
sl.l-s. tlljti t4C; clear rib, tfti? 7c; clear sides, tti
'S4CON Loose) Scarce and steady; clear sides.
Ox"' breitkfairt, HtM:: sugar-cured bams, uncan-
I2le; packed. lr. lc higher,
"jji PoriK-Mess pork, heavy. 13 60.
ixSa t steady; in tierces. KM-rc; in kegs, ttifl
life-bilTbarrels. vaioc; pa", lOflf lOUc
1 BALlNti i STl FFa-Baonng. 2 lb. accord ng
. !.iitv 1 1 c- bagging, 2t4 lb. according to quality.
?"ni una twine7l2ci Iron lies, per bundle. 2 26.
"MrKElttL-HaH-txarrels. No. I. 7 76?8 26;
t,.Tr-h.v.t. No. 2, S 2Mn o;n.r..
Wile; l-oruova, . in u, . ,
d ? JHteady ; otdiuary to choice, Bt? i
STARCH 4c.
M'UlbkY-r4.;??4. fcfc.., fuH.
SI li AB-LOL 131 A a-, ... "-''- , r-: -i
K ew Orleans roars w rnursuay re.-uneu -poutu-
in mod-rate requent. stock lartce and market easy at
i '5ii I 7- Per barrel. Jobbing at 26 cents above
l &m Kill. iO- 1C
CofrT-yuet3;' Srd.V.ary1. 17lWlflc: fair. 20c;
2V;Cd.V.,:?t choice. Bt77e.
i Et.! I sl It !Isi KO. Bl
tWHlyi-'l crushed
- -4d lie grulale.l. 11; ent loaf, 12
. f ri,ue, 4 e""""s wo.
l-M. n SO:
dairy, tn brls. T2 60S2 75: Liverpool eoarxe.
In -utrks. tl 20czl 80; Liverpool fine. In sacks,
tl H.-.Tl 40.
SOAP Kealo and German. 4tt'?ric: Lattlng!
Dixie, 41ic; Lattlng'i lauuda, fAc; LalUug's tier-
man. He; refined on. flljc.
C AN DLB Boxes, fuil weight, 141AC; half boxes.
14Ue; quarter Doxes. lOo.
LIME l 2671 36.
CEMKNT Loulmrjlle. 92 26: Bosedale, $' 76.
KtCL LK.NTS AND FKL ITr-Apples, nominally,
DerbrL. 9H 60 ft 4 76: lemons, per box. SrlrrdoO
oranges, per brL. S6 60178 60; potatiM. per
brl.. (I 7.V72: canuage, per crate, a fiotr.'j
onions. (2(72 nO; beans, per bushel, 2(2 2 76
dried s Doles. Aft .V: dried peaches. Hiilc
MUjCtLLAN rX)lS Butter Western table, choice.
27c; butter. country. lOrllne: eggs. 2c;
nails, per Keg. 82 tutus mi: vinegar, per gal, irt
2oc;lobaoco. per lb. 40rl)e: spice, Ikc; pepper.
Ixc; sardines, fl460r?15; oysters tllght, 1 rb, 70
076e: oysters (light). 2 lb. $1 26; coal-oil, 207 22c;
matchea. s ftltrtn 7ft; cniion rope, iirixc; grass
rope. 1 lc; powder, kegs, 9rt 36: shot, patent, ti 15
tt 4 xo; soaa, aegs, vrc; sooa, cases, OAsaoc
cheese. 13tsjI4c: new raisins. $2 44.
IBT TELES RS PH. I
NEW ORLEANS, December 8 Corn steady; yel
low 6H& Oats steady. HVd408. Bulk meats
steady; shoulders 5 Luc, loose. Bacon dull; Jobbing
tjihi. t eu wmu evsw
LOL'IiVILLK, December 8 Flour quiet Wheat
active, nut not quotaoiy nigner. vom auu, 4.(7ooc
Oats and hay unchanged Pork firmer, 1 2 60
Bulk meats quiet. 10 to 15 days In salt, 4s, 44a.
Uc. Bacon nominal: hams 13Mc Lard Arm;
choice leaf. Uerce. vVjc. Whisky il 05. Bagging
steady. 1215.
ST. LOI I3. December 8. Flour quiet. Wheat
Inactive and lower; Ho. 3, SI 23l Com higher,
47c Oats higher. 27xsf?28Vic Pork firmer.
12 12lf asked. Lard nominal, 7.75c. Bulk meats
quiet. 4wai(JfHMC Baoon lower: shoulders. rMsc:
clear sides, Htjc Hogs firmer demand exceeds
supply, 3 75(24 50; receipts, HOOO head.
CHICAGO, Deeember R. Flour steady and Arm.
Wiveat active and higher: No 2. SI 10U easb.
SI 10t January. Corn active, film and higher at
43X.C Oats steadv and nrm. 26c Pork lrnsrular.
options higher, and cath steady; S12eash, 812 17ti
rr i & 3 January, utra strong ana nigner, ec cash,
7.l7wfHc January.. Bulk meats hnuer, but not
quotably higher. Whisky, $1 06.
CINCINNATI. December a. Flour dull and droon-
Ing; family, 5 70.?6 85. Wheat quiet; red, SI 18
el 26. Corn quiet but steady, 41 r? 42c Oats In
good demand and a shade higher. 30r? 33e Pork In
good demand and strong. t!2 10(712 25. Lard
aaive, nrm ana nigner; steam, kzh.iuc; Kettle,
K-l r? We Bulk meats quiet but firm, 644, rt, tftsc
Bacon quiet but nrm; shoulders, 7c; short ribs, 8C
Whisky. SI 07. Butter oulet. Hoes steadr with
good demand, S3 76a 4 50; receipts, U846 head;
shipments. 515 bead.
NEW YORK. December.. Flour ahlnnlnor mule
higher, others dull and heavy: suDerflne western and
State, $61? 5 25; St. Louis. 86 60(28 25. Wheat In
fair demand. Corn mixed, 02c Oats higher:
mixed western and State, 35r?41c. Coffee quiet and
steady; Hlo, cargoes, 1 lid 20c gold; Jobbing, lrt(7
20x4c gold. Sugar quiet and nominal: prime, 7V9e;
relined. 87t1Hiic Molasses new New Orleans.
86? 48c Pork, heavy, 813 50(313 76. Middles
steady, ic. i.ard excited and higher, closing
heavy. 8.67 Wrr8-82lc closing at 8-HOc Cheese,
(2iztc tiutter western, uaiic Whisky, 91 10.
DRY HOODS.
IBT TELEGRAPH.
NEW TOKK. December 8. The market continues
steady. Cotton goods were in moderate request, and
the market has improved. Pwnts were quiet, and
glngliams and cotton dress goods were moving less
freely. Agent were making fair deliveries of light
weight caastmeres and wonted coatings to the cloth
ing trade. Foreign goods were quiet. Tbe Bulletin
says that four thousand cases of Lonsdale, Black
stone and Hope bleached shirtings will be sold at
auction on Wednesday next.
RIVER NEWS.
Weather.
Another twenty-fours, and all is well.
weatbertstlcally speaking. We have been fooled so
often about the weather that we are not disposed to
put much fulth in tbe present pretty spell, and we
try to content ourself with the Shakespearean "All's
weu mat euus weu."
Kivem.
OrnCB SlQHAL skktick. Obs.. TJ. 9. A., I
MmPHia. December 8, 1877. )
Above low
water.
Changes.
Else 1 Kali
FeeL I Inches
Inches inches
Cairo
Cincinnati..... ,
18
13
3
3
"'3'
4
... .
le
5
10
11
24
H
25
18
5
1
Davenport.
Dubu-jue
Helena, Ark. ..
Keokuk ,
Levc-nworth. . .
11
2
...
IO
7
2
Llt.le Rock
Louisville.
HesnpblSu...
Nashville
4
lw
4
"'24'
1
New Orleans...
Pittsburg
Shreveport.
bt Louis.
vlcksburg
11
Below blah water mark of 1874
LOCAL OBSEKVATIONa XK3TKBDAY.
Time.
Ba'. jTherl Wind. I ,7 I Weather.
8:43 a.m.
8:43 p.m.
10rf)8 p.m.
30.48
80.45
80.46
85
61
38
N.W.
N.K.
Calm.
.00
.00
.00
Clear.
Clear.
Clear.
Alaxlmum thermometer, 52 deg.
atinimnra tnermometer. 9 1 deg.
W. M. M KLKO Y. Set. Slg. Ser. 0. S. A.
BY TELEGRAPH.
SHREVEPORT, December 8. Weather clear and
cool. River fallen 1 Inch.
NEW ORLEANS, December 8. Weather clear
and cooL Departed: tiolden Crown, Cincinnati; K.
O. Stanard, St Louis.
P1TTSBUHU. December a River 11 feet, and
falling. Weather cloudy and cool Night-River
10 feet 8 Inches, and falling. Weather cloudy and
cold.
PORT EADS, Decembers. Arrived: Steamers
Atmore, from Sunderland, and Knickerbocker, from
New York; ships Canova, Newcastle; Maragerta,
Cardiff; Ardenlla, Liverpool.
EVANSVIL..K, December 8. Weather clear and
mild. Mercury 33 to 46 deg. River 12 1-10 feet,
and falling. Up: James D. Psrker, 2:30 p.m.: C. B.
Church, 5 n.m -! "- y.ra.
- TtiKSbtSd, December 8. Weather clear
and pleasant. Thermometer 54 deg. Up: John B
Maude, 1:40 am.; C. P. Chouteau, 4 a.m.; Robert
Mitchell, 10:30 a.m.; Centennial. 0:40 a.m.,- John
A. Scudder, 1230 am.
CINCINNATI. December 8. River 14 feet 10
Inches, and falling. Weather clear and pleasant
Night River 12 feet 8 Inches, and falling. Weather
dear sno cold. Departed: Vint Shlnkle, Memphis;
U. P. Shenck. New Orleans.
CAIRO, December 8. Weather clear and cooL
Arrived: Thomas bherlock. New Orleans, 8 a.m.
John A. Wood. New Orleans, 6am.; City of Chester,
Memphis, 7 am. Departed: Colorado, Vlcksburg,
11 p.m.; Tbomas Sherlock, Cincinnati, 4 a.m.;
John A. Wood. Ohio river. 8 am.; City of Chester,
St. Louis. 1 1 am. Night Biver 17 feet 8 lnches.and
falling. Weather dear and cool. Mercury 4d deg.
Arrived: Belle Memphis, St. Louis, A p.m. Depart
ed: Belle Memphis, Memphis, 7 p.m.
svesteats at the Levre.
ARRIVALS.
Geo. W. Cheek, Friars Point; 8te. Genevieve, St.
Louis; Kate Kinney, 8L Louis.
DEPARTURES.
Geo. W. Cheek, Friars Point; Hard Carb, White
river; Ste. Genevieve, SL Louis; Kate Kinney, New
Orleans.
BOATS DUE.
Down Colorado, Osceola Belle, Belle Memphis,
Cons Millar.
lp-Capitol City, Robert Mitchell, Buth, Mark
Twain, Katie Hooper, A. J. White, Phil Allln, John
A. Scudder, Chas. P. Chouteau, Gold Dust.
BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT.
Ticksbcbo Colorado, James O'Neal, master, ten
a.m.
St. Locis- Capitol City, John C. Crane, master,
five p.m.
BOATS LEAVING MONDAY.
Johnson's Lajtdino Osceola Belle, J. G. An
drews, master, live p.m.
St. Loins Belle Memphis, James A. Tore, mas
ter, live p.m.
Friabs Poiny Coahoma, Stack Lee, master, five
p.m.
ARCAN8AS Citt A- J. White, N. S.Green, master,
Ave p.m.
RECEIPTS.
Kate Kinney 91 bales cotton, lot of sundries,
(ieorge W. Cheek 113 bales cotton. 30 bags seed
cotton, 433 sks cotton-seed, lot of sundries.
Ste. Genevieve 8H bales cotton, 02 bags seed
eotton, 1W) sks cotton-seed, 144 head hogs, 1 cow,
5000 pkgs miscellaneous freight.
Ievee faxasrraphs.
Business quiet.
The Cons Millar Is the Tuesday packet for the
Ohio.
Tbe G. W. Cheek, In and out, had goo J trips yes
terday. The beautiful sunshine Invited the loafers out for
an airing yesterday.
The John Means and barges passed down last
evening from the Ohio.
Captain A. J. Carter, of tbe John A Scudder, ar
rived in tbe city by rail yesterday.
Tbe Hard Ca-ih departed for White river with a
good trip of freight and passengers.
Tbe Katie Hooper Is tbe Tuesday packet for Ar
kansas river, ehe will arrive to-morrow.
The Kate Kinney, from St. Louis for New Orleans,
or anyw here to get out vf the Ice, passed down late
Friday night.
Tbe hutb, with a big trip. Is coming out of White
river, and will arrive In port this evening. She re
turns Wednesday evening.
The Cnas. P. Choteau and John A. Scudder are
the next regular packets for New Orleans, leaving
here Tuesday and Wednesday.
Captain Tom Darragh, of the upper Arkansas
packet Maumelle, arrived from Little Hock by rail
yesterday, and will probably remain a day or two.
Tbe Ste. lienevleve. detained by business, did not
get in from St. Louts till late last night. She dis
charged nearly six thousand packages, took on 145
bales cottou fur the west, and returned up the river
st nlghL
"ba departures to-day are the Colorado, for Vlcxs
h, d the Capitol city, for St. Louis. Those of
vfJjf.VT. "Ul he the Osoeola BeUe. for Johnson's
ull Memphis, for SC Louis; Coahoma,
Krtari Foil, and A. J. White, for Arkansas City.
riUSe had m-thlng extraordinary to steer
hMtntoht Venus nd ttle inoon, in close prox-
ashamed ot the vulgar gazof humanltr. hid herself
behind the greater proportion ,J-aiT Moon n;
but liuiemore was sVenof the iodest planet until
both bad sank beneath the horizon.
The A. C Donally. Captain H. U. Hart. s due
down from Cincinnati, en matt to Newi leans, to
morrow evening. She bas a full trip ."
freight and passengers. Among the latter the fol
lowing: J.iuiholland. Win. H. Burnes. Wm.
Byrne, V. Worthlngton, G. M. Nash. George D.
Mchoils. Mrs. Johnston. Mrs. Brown. I. B. Cooper,
I H. Barrett, V. Barrett. John Prather, Joseph
Cowley and wife. Mrs. Pierce and niece, Mrs. UU
more. J. D. Dickson and wife. Miss A. Dyer, and B.
H. Farrow. Besides tbe above, there are two large
parties who go to Florida.
WHISKY.
THOS. GAFF J A3. W. GAFF HENRY W. SMITH
T. & J. W. GAFF & CO.
Distillers of Bourbon and Bj
AT BOB A. IHDIAJL
BXXBY W. SMITH I THOS. GAFF J AS. W. GAFF
HENRY W. SMITH & CO.,
KE DISTILLERS OF BOCKBO-X & BYE
WHISKIES,
CISCIXVATI. OHIO.
AU goods made by the above houses fully guaranteed
as represented. B. B. CXaRKR.
bole Agent for Memphis. No. 8 Howard Bow.
DRESAKIXG.
FASU10NABLE DUESSAKINU
. . . MISS A. A. WALL.
HAYING vettimeil from Sew York, wfll be glad
to m all ber old friends and eustoraem, at
t oiar wtreet, esrwe of laird, and Is pes
pamt to ierM a orders tn U laacwl styles aud
evrsst pen , .
HEUICAU
AN OPEN IiETT.EIi
TO THE PUBLIC.
New York. October 1. 1377.
1 have devoted twenty years of patient
study to the Liver and its relations to the bu-
, . . , r 1 l " l
man ixxiy, in searcn 01 B-resueuy which
. . I 3 A 'i. I
wouia restore iu wnen aiseuseu, to 11a normal
condition. The result of that labor has ben
the production of
TCTTT8 UVEB PIL.LM.
Their popularity has become so extended, and
the demand so jfreat, as to induce nn scrupu
lous oarties to counterfeit them, thereby rob
bing hi of the reward, and the afflicted of
their virtues.
TO CAITIOS TBI PCBLIf,
and protect them from vile impositions
I have adopted a pew label, which bears mj
trade-mark and notice of its entry in the
Office of tne Librarian of Congress, also my
signature, tons:
CSTTo comrTRRFErr this is forgert.&3
Before purchasing, examine the label closely.
THE GENUINE TDTT'S PILLS
exert a .peculiar influence on the system.
Their action is DrontDt. and their eobd ef
fects are felt in a few hours. A quart r of
a century of study ot the Laver has demon
strated that it exerts a greater influence over
the system than any other organ of the body,
and when diseased ihe entire organism is
deranged. It is especially for the healing of
this vital organ that I havo spent so many
yean of toil, and having found the remedy,
which has proved the greatest boon ever
furnished the afflicted, shall they be deprived
of the benefits, and a vile imitation imposed
upon them?
LET THE HONEST PEOPLE OF AMERICA
BEE TO IT THAT THEY ARE NOT DEFRAUDED.
Scrutinize the label closely: see that it bears
all the marks above mentioned, and buy the
medicine only from respectable dealers. It
can be found every where. Very respectfully,
w. 11. in rr.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL
View of Marriage !
IAviiicoio wraiocK ana
"onfitk-iitixil TrralLwa on th
I Juliet of- marriri-si and thai
ciute that uii tic lor It -. lh se
cret, of Jieproduction nd
bim xnscaaea or women
A boost for p-zx,t"- run tid
se-cto readiaft- 3M) pttjes, pxic
- A KSIVATEfrttDICAL ADV1SEP! ,
vnIlaitnrtlcrot tFrivAio l:.';taro aridAii lrom Boir
.Abuse, ExceMfs, or Bcoret dsenaos, wiui Um beat
BUCanii of rurf, 2L4 lflrtrr jo7r. price Mct.
A CLINiCAI LICTJF. 5 on th myr c3i-n tm1
firoe of t Throat nd L unca, Caarrtiv&uturo, ma
Ortojk Hrtbit,.c-p'ir lOctA.
1- Iter book sw-nt potriw it t on ret"pt of price t or n'A three,
c : -'i?r;rf.,Xirn!" . h-a;rt;J"t;" r ii.:itrc:wi. 1t 7.1 ctr..
Obstacles to Marriage Removed.
HAPPY EKLIEF TO YOUNG MEN from the ef
fects of errors and abuses in earl j life. BI an
hsod BHtred. Impediments to Marrlaee re
moved. Mew method of treatment Mew 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 hleb reputation for honorable conduct
and professional skill.
PRESCRIPTION FBEK.
FOB THE SPEEDY CUBE of Seminal Weakness,
Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by
indiscretion or excess. An? druggist has the Ingre
dients. DR. JAQUES A CO..
13Q west Blxtn street. Cincinnati, o.
NO CURE-NO FEE!:,
Dr.A.k
i'rlvate
Haul.
tall ltrf lt WMhlofftoa fttroel, Chlowa, far tbe cam of ail
Private, Chronic aod Sfwcial Lhinmm, HmImkI Hnknm,
NmoH Debility, aod Loat Manhood, fwrmanently cured.
1. O.l . a gradual of the Rrorm School, and oie do Mercory; ba,
Uw largaU prarUcaio Uw United Slaha. LA1IS requlrinji tnat
mont wits Boroa and board, call or wrlta. krry onnrrDlcnca for
rMllmla. Bod rtftT Col for MAKRIACK C.ITIVE! VS
llu.u.l.d. MARRIED LAIMF.H and (rcntlemra and
fifty CeotoforSamala of Hubber (jaoda ar.d Circular oflinjivrunt
Infnrmation. try eapreH. CoamtltatUm fiaa and confidential. BeliabW
Frinala Hill, (S a Sox.
AMERICAN Soft Capsule Co.'s Metallic Boxed Goods
now ready. Address Victor R. Mauser. New York.
DCAWIKG.
Buy. Yonr Tickets Ssw I
Tbe Day Approaching for the
Second Vrind Urawlnsr of tbe
COHHOKWEALTH
Prize Distribution Company!!
(Under Act of Legislature of Kentucky),
Drawls? Positively on DEC. 31, '77J
- - or Honey Returned In full to the buyers.
8S0.4HIO CASH IX PRIZE !
50,000, 80.000, SIO.OOO.S
ss,ooo. s.i.ooo, .ooo,
and Seven Thousnnd other.
Farmers A Drovers Bank, Louisville, Depository.
Tickets only SI 0: Halves. S5: Ouarters.S2.50.
Ofllclal list of drawing will be published Inl
Mew xorc Hernia ana LAuisviueuounei-journai,
and mailed gratis to all buyers: Adi ress G. W.I
BARROW A CO- 3enrl Manacrrj.Cour1er-l
Journal uuudlng, LOUISVILLE, KY., or No. 61
west voun street, Jiempnis, lenn.
t3rV Send for a Circular.
COTTOS FACTO KS.
ESTABLISHED 1840.
J. & J. STEELE & CO.
GEOOEES
JLn'd Cotton factors,
No. 1 Exchange Building,
168 Front Street Memphis, Tenn.
JONES. BROWN & CO
Cotton Factors
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
266 Front Street, Memphis.
HAVING ample facilities for handling cotton,
respectfully solicit consignments. All cotton
will be bandied In strict conformity to the Rules and
Regulations of the Cotton Exchange. Bagging, Ties
and Plantation Bupplles furnlsfted daw
UAIlt l.ALSAYI.
Parker's Hair Balsam is the Best
and cleanest preparation ever made
for Restoring Gray Hair to its original
color. It is entirely harmless, and tree
from the cheap and impure ingrecu
ents that render many other prepar
ations injurious. It is exquisitely
perfumed, and so perfectly and ele
gantly prepared as to make it a toilet
luxury, indispensable to thoso -who
have once used it. It removes Dan
druff and stops tha Hair falling. It
renders the Hair vigorous and beau
tiful. It preserves its luxuriance
when abundant, and restores its
Color and Life when Gray, harsh and
decaying.
Sold by all Druggists.
JEWEL11Y.
And Vtmn Jewelry of all kinds and best quality.
Our facilities for manufacturing enables our cus
tomers to have their old gold made Into Bines and
Chains to suit tnelr taste. A large assortment of
Causae) statA AsBetfcyat. Diamonds rtv
mounted and Odd Jewelry Matched. Also, Repalilng
ot Watches and Jewelry by Drat-class workmen.
310 Second Street, near Monroe.
SPECIALISTS.
THE ONLY TBEAT3IEST
DR. W. C COTJDEN. formerly of Louisville, Ky.,
who Is so celebrated for tne treatment of Car
eer. Pile susd Optwam Haklt, Is permanently
located In Memphis, Tenn.. and has takei, rooms at
msrt)B,a Hotel, where he may be consulted.
From hundreds who have been cured of Cancer by
his treatment, we give a few prominent names: Rev.
G. W. Mitchell, of Athens, Alabama, who was cured
In 1 HUH Rev. Mitchell will take pleasure In answer
ing any letters of Inquiry addressed to him; J. B.
Trotter. Prospect. Giles county. Tennessee, cured ka
1870; James Moffatt, Troy, Obion county, Tennes
see, cured In lHriH. A few names of prominent per
sons cured In the last year la Alabama: Gov. Geo. 8.
Houston. Montgomery; Capt. H. C Baldwin. Jacob
Magee. D. K. HugeeJ. M. Thompson, H. G. Blount,
J. M Foster, C 8. Bogee. Mrs. Wm. Deaaon, all of
Mobile; Bon. Lewis M. Stone. Carrollton. Pickens
county, Alabama; all of tbe above cured of Cancer;
M. J. M. Mason. Wm. B. Austin, (ieorge W. Bleardo,
of Mobile, cured of Piles.
PILES A eure rwaatsorLBO toatter how long
OrHVs. HaBIT C"1 to tMrty dan.
Bond for Dr. COL i. 'i'd Cchmt iotrrnaJ. giving
ISV-s Of (rw nt s -4 b" I 1 1 mmi exml.
t. obuv iual4aa.ol2si., B- J 3 M6 f,m.
CHICKASAW
. RANDLE, HEATH A
No. 98 Second Street, :
Irea-Fi-OBta, Cottoa-PreoMea, Berae-Pewera.Ireai susd Bntas) Castlwga. 3eer-'
KepaJrs. ss everytklsia; 1st the llae sf
Fonnclry- and. 2kXa,olil23.e-02xcx Worls.
Sele Aceata af the Lane si Bedley Co.
W. TV. GUT.
J. II. M'CLEULAIf.
,luy, I'Man & tSo.
Wholesale Grocers,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
260 and 262 front street, Memphis.
XAPOLEOX HILL.
X, F0TAI E,
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
COTTOH FACTORS
AND WHOLES AXE GROCERS,
260 and 362 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
LEADING COOK STOVES!
PKICES BE DUCD.
At Wholesale!
Wheeler, Pickens & Co.,
328 and 330 MAIN ST.
91. II. GOOVB.
Ooover & Miller,
M AJTUFACTURERS OF
DOOS. SASH. BLINDS. Etc
FRAMES OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER.
TflOJSOTfiHIiT
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding
of all kinds, kept constantly on hand. Win-work and Tanks made to order. " "
Also Cotton wood Flooring:, Ceiling: and Siding: for sale. We beg an
Inspection of our large stock.
161 and 173 Washington St., Menrohis.
OR GILL BROTHERS & GO.
HARDWARE IRON CUTLERY,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
B. F.Avery & Son's Plows and Implements,
Agricultural Implements and Steam Machinery Depot.
A atoelt ot Brass and steam Fittlng-a and Pipe always oxt hand.
310 anc1 312 Front
A. YACCARO.
B. VACCAKQ.
A. VA00ARO & CO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
WTNES, LIQUORS So CIGARS,
No. 324 Front street, Memphis.
SOLE! AGENTS FOR COOK'S CHAMPAGNE mPEHlAL.
K. T. WILLS.
WILLS & WILDBERGER,
(SUCCESSORS TO BOYLE & CO.)
Stationers and Printers
XO. 31V MAIN STREET.
A FULIi LINE OF
SCHOOL BOOKS, MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS AND BLANK BOOKS
('(inatsnlly on rianrl. ttcamhoat Work a wpeflalty. '
31 Ciavta.
Jno. H. Bulltvaia.
M. Gavin & Oo.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Merchants,
Q82 DFxox3.'t J3txoo-fc, IVflOXXXI3lXfil, Ton XX-
Betvreen Adams and JefTerMon.
Our Major T. J. COWGILL devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale of all Cotton tn trusted to our
charge. We have our own Cotton Warehouse, comer Washington and Second.
J. T. FAROASOS.
JAMES
J. T. FARGASON & CO.
Grocers and Cotton Factors
309 Front and 33 Clinton Sts., Memphis.
M. C PEARCE.
PEARCE, SUGGS & CO..
WHOLESALE tSItOCKTtS,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenn
PARTICUjLAB ATTF.NTION PAIIJ TO THE HALF, OFCOTTOW
SLEDGE, tTKAY & CO.,
GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS
V.zz. 371 end 373 U.y.z Clrc;!.
IRON: WORKS I
LIVERMORE, Prop'rs,
: : : Memphis, Tennessee.
far Klevatera. KHsrlnest. Hawsmlllsv. Kte.
T. C. PARK
JEROME BILL
SEND for CATALOGV
W3I. MlIiliKB.
BEA80HEU
and Dressed Lumber
street, Memnhis, Tenn.
A B. YACCARO.
J. B. WILD11EBGEB
Thoi. Clark.
Sf. J. Clark
A. HUNT.
C C I1EIK
L. b. scees.
JKWI5JLKY.
LOYD & FRITZ
No. 265 Main Street, cor. Court,
DKALEB3 IN FINK
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE,
6UITABLK FOB
AND
BRIDAL PRESENTS
and a large line of French acd American
CLOCKS !
tgyTtepalrlng Done by Experienced Workmen.
niSCfLIsAXEOlJS.
J. A. FORREST & CO.
DEALERS IN
Horses and Mules,
61 & 63 Monroe St., near Feabodj Hotel.
WE are reoerrtng dally a large assortment of
HORSES and MULES. Persons wanting
stock will save money by calling before purchasing
elsAWhem. Rvnrvrhlnir anhi hr na full.
Orders solicited.
RUBBER - STAMPS,
SEALS, ETC.,
t. W. 6ABKI80.V
ENGRAVER,
S1H Mala HC MtmBhls
M'HENRY & CO.
Wholesale and Betall Dealers In
GAS-FIXTURES, BRONZES,
AND LAMP GOODS,
09. 6 & 8 E. Fourth St. & 162 Main St.,
CIHrCIXNATI, O.
WE Invite the attention of those who design pur
chasing, to our stock of Was and Oil -Fixtures).
Our assortment, in addition to the late nov
elties, comprises a One line of Chandelier.
usit iiignts, rraamta. una urarkcts for
fciaj. In OIl-FIxt ores), we have all tDe new Im
provements In Chandeliera. Hall-Lamp,
Library, Dlalng-rosm and Table Lamps.
Also, tbe new and Improved drerman Htudy or
Ofllre-lamn. Special deslens for Chandeliers or
other Gas-Fixtures furnished on application.
DELINQUENTS!
TAKE NOTICE!
On tbe XOtta day of December,
177, at the Courthouse door, In tbe city of Mem
phis, and county of Shelby, I will offer, for public
sale, the Beal Estate belonging to Delinquent Tax
payers of 1870, which real estate can ba seen upon
my books In my office. J. J. RAWLLNGS,
County Trustee for Shelby county.
J. SCHERBARTII & LUEDKE,
8TEAJI DYERS.
At So. 367 1- Main Street.
LADIES' and Gentlemen s Wear will be cleaned
and dved bv the latest chemical nrocesx: also.
Eld Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyed. Houro
lng Dresses dyed In 36 hours or on short notice.
HARTZ MOUNTAIN CANARIES !
BEST singers at only S3 60; also, other Singing
Birds. Parrots. Parrot Cases. Mocklne-blrd
Cages, Brass and Japanned Cages for Canaries; Seed
tor Diras, MocmnK-Dira ooa, oingbr uravkl. apkb
for the bottom of caees. and every article usually
kept In a first-class bird-store. Orders from the
country will be promptly attended to. A book, glvtog
directions ior tne care or Diras ana now to raise
them, will be furnished with every bird, or will be
sent by mall on application (Inclosing stamp to pay
). Appiy or addiess tne Mtarnia muu
213 nam steet. Memphis. Tenn.
WOOD AND CO Ala.
Plttsburs Coal. 55 cents.
Ht Bernard Coal, 50 cents.
Wood Wholesale and Retail.
FlaUSlBIKG.
Browne, tbe Plumber.
Gas Pipes,
Water JPipes,
Steam JPipes,
Stone Pipe,
Rubber Pipe,
Bath Tubs,
Pumps
Hydrants, as Fixtures! Was Fittings.
JUrass Fittings!
EYEBTTHIKG CHEAP.
J. W. X. BROWNE,
258 Second JSt.. opp. Court Square
COTTON-CLEANER.
The Complete Cotton Cleaner
thoroughly removes all DflKt. Dirt. Hand and
light Trash from cotton before ginning; saves the
wear of the glnstsnd. Increases tbe yield of lint and
improves it quality from 1 to 4 grade. It Is light
running, simple In operation, easily understood,
and readily adjusted to steam, water or horse-power.
Manufactured and sold by
THE ALLISON MACHINE CO.,
229 Second Street, Memphis.
Send for circulars and price-list.
AUEXCV.
nEnrflis
Employment Agency,
LOS SD ALE & CO., MANAGERS.
NO. 9 WEST COCBT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ABE prepared to furnish all land of fint-cimt
male and female help. Reasonable office-fees
charged and applications properly registered, which
will receive prompt attention. Parties In need of
ftmale help, a swell as those desiring employment,
can consult together at our office between the hours
of two and four o'clock (In the evening) dally.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION
paid to fumUMng all order for cotton-picker, firm
lyxwiM and wood-ehntrper.
HORSES & HIILFJS FOR SALE
J. B. & W. A. Faires,
(Late of Forrest A Faires), Dealers In
XIULES & HORSES
No, 55 Union street,
Near rofltofSca Xempals, Team.
A larva assortment of f tock always on band.
fcrsryUunc ruanmt! as repraaeuted.
- Oruucs suUdtbd.
O. O- O-
COMPLEl'E COTTOU CLEm.l 1
-- U.s-sw.n.tittWryijjj'M .sasssfrsijiiL
All Mmli
TOYS, TOYS,
CHILDREN'S WHEELED GOODS !
FANCY CHINA AND BOHEMIAN GLASSWARE !
J.H.JOHNSTOJST
No. 283 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
GO
0
1 offer to the trade the Largest and
llllpifc.
to this market. Buying, as 1 do, direct from the manufacturer, I am prepared to
sell at as close figures as any house in the West or .Southwest.
An Inspection of Stock
J. IL, Johnston, 283
CLARKE, JOHNSON & CO.
COTTON
-AND
COMMISSION
370 Front street,
C. G. FISHER.
GAGE fe
No. 30Q Front Street,
EW GOODS!
200 brls. choice and prime Louisiana Molasses. I
100 bhds. new Louisiana Sugar various grades. I
80O sks. Rio. Java and Lararra Cnffa. I
1000 tierces, half-barrels and buckets Lard. I
lOOO pkgs. Mackerel and Wblteflsh. I
100O brls. Flour various grades. j
500 boxes new Factorv Cheese. I
1000 boxes, halves and quarters new Raisins.
list Doxes new rurKisn frunes and Uu mints. I
25 eases new layer Figs and Leghorn Citron. I
20O pkgs. Teas and Chocolate. '
100 oris. Louisiana and Texas Pecans, new crop
Almonds, Filberts and Creamnuts. I
600 boxes Firecrackers. I
With a full line of Canned Goods, Liquors, Cigars,
iraue,
336 Front, corner Union
R. Im COCHRAN.
R. 1. COCHRaiU CO.
Ooccessors to M. R. A J. W.
LUMBER, LATH. SHINGLES,
Doors, Sash, Blinds, and all
Office and Yard at foot
Salesroom No. 4 Howard Bow. Saw Mill In Nayy Yard.
Tlwayt have on hand a choice lot of Flooring, Celling, Siding, Lattice, Framing, Fence and DmsM
Lumber, Bough and Dressed Pickets, Cedar Posts, Laths, Shinties Door and
Window Kramns. Moldlnvs, Ktc
CHARLES HERZOK.
mm
iOliAu. Ju
316 and 316' Main St., Memphis.
Wrapping-Papar and Paper-Ragi a specialty. Printing, of all
kind, done at f liort nof ire nnd lt rnfM.
XV. A. WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMS & CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Lumber, Shingles and Lath!
BOORS, SASH AND BLINDS.
FRUIT AND PACKING BOXES!
OFFICE AND YARD :
Corner Uayoso and Second Sts.
2MCoxxa.x32aJ-s
Z, N. ESTES.
ESTES, PIZER & CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors,
11 and 13 Union street, Memphis.
J. C. XEELY.
8. B. BROOKS.
BR0OESJIEELY & GO.
WHOLES AIE
Grocers,Cotton Factor
AND. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
E7o. SeiV Ir'jL'oaa.t: Stroot,
CET. liKIOH AND GAYOSO, : MEMPHIS, TEN".
M
WiiokaM
TQYlB
o
Best Stock of the above goods eTer brought
and Prices Solicited..
Main St., Memphis.
FACTORS
MERCHANTS,
Memuliis, Tenn.
XV. A. AE.
FISHER,
: : Menroliis, Tenn.
500
500
Kio
boxes Fancy Candles, Sugar Toys and Kirjl't
cases Jellies and Frunes all styles,
barrels, halves and boxes Pickles all stles
cases Sardines, Lobsters. Salmon A Sbrlmi
cases new Brandy Cherries and Peacnes.
boxes fresh Crackers and Biscuits,
boxes Oatmeal and Cracked Wheat,
brls. new Buckwheat F lour.
brls. Louisiana Oranges,
hhds. Cocoanuts.
half-barrels and buckets Mince-Meat, Api!
and Peach Butter,
pkgs. Spiced Pigs' Feet.
Etc., not mentioned above, for sale low to tu
500
9M)
500
iixl
25
i!.
10
200
200
Tobacco,
at
street, Memphis, Tenn.
SXX'li Am HATCHER.
COCHRAN), Hanafaotarers
kinds of Packing Boxes.
of Washington Street.
LOUIS HEKZ0(;.
It. li. PLAIA
SAW-MILL AND YARD
North Front Street.
TonnoBsoo.
J0. C. F1ZEK
U. M. EELT.
REAL ITATB '
REAL ESTA?
ill T i
TBK cheapest and best barsalus In real "M
that have ever len oflered In the Staus of le
aessea. I will sell bom
I TO 500 ACRES OF LAXO,
iust outside the city limits of Memrlls. ard h-n t
ust In the rlKht plmw for Cottou, Women ajsd t '-U :
lactorles. Orlwtilsell
HALF-ACRE LOTS , f
at bottom Dries', tn those who wish to bill Id ri
dences. and 1 ive homes of their own. I tat,n e
actlvwhi . Ten new houses are sJr-jr lu :i
and or vMd several more will M buut soat.
THE STREET-CAB
auhoiltlos promise to extend their ru4 to theiTi
uable trrounds luxt so soon as tbe t-onulnl iur. L -
comes sufficient to ustlfi the running of the c.a
which cannot be very far off. Abo, I will sen :
lease, for a term of jars, a splendid Market Garde- ;
with two hundred hotbed sash, at buuoa r.s.iiv . ;
Those who wish to purchase must "strike while tU
Iron la hot." or thev will lose the best borentn r ? f
oOered. Title Pkrtkct. Applj to B. H. TiiOM A '. !
on toe premises, or 10
L. D. UUAtwiT. Beat estate aireni, t
No. H Mslln strwr, limrtik
niiACKsmTiiiXG.
BOBEBT LB WIS.
'"':..,;9
FBtiXW. THOMi
LEWIS & THOMAS,
Boiler Makers te steamboat UlantsniU:
Blacksmlthlnc of all kinds. Copper and. Ehr'ei-Irn,
Workers, ail work promptly done, day or uUht. .
Terms cash. Residence, No. 90 FtomenMle.
tskttn. 4i1ania war Rlvrr. Wnmliii'
Tltl'STEE'S MAIaK.
!
Trustee's Sale of Laav, Etc
BY virtue of the tarnis of a certain deed of tni-i .
executed to me. as trustee. 1 Jnme TiiCri"t
and hB wife, Laura A. Tucker, ou Uib tulnl dMv..
April, A.D. 1H7'.. and which U dti iworo! in in-.
Register's oftlce of Karette countr. Lie of l5Vnr--
see, In Record Book No. 5, on paifM rwi5 ami ,V-l.
and to which reference Is ben iusit; itnioli IT. :
deed wr.s made to sourw ertaiu lnOebti'(f?s .r :
said Tuckers to Sledse. McKay a Co. an.l to K. 1.
Broadnax A Son: and tbe said taOebU.-aiuecH t . .
yet due and unpaid, I will, on
aeMdsy. uerrmMr 1st. a.i. 177,
within legal hours, on tbe premise below (ieo nbe-J,
expose at public sale, to the h'ukectt 'li!fr, lo.
cash, the following real estate, nr: 25 rf
land, wmcn lies in tue iranimi i'Mri-: ' s a
Kaveite countr. and Is boun,ed on the,i"t r .t.-i
lan. is of Dr. B. H. Llon; on the sihUIi by Ian,.-;
of Lucy Maclln and KUen Wntthoris; on tL
by the lands of F.dnrln Whltmore; aud on t:.e inf . ,
by the lands of Ed. R-issdale.
And at the same time and place, and by vrt. .-;
the terms of said trust deed, arid bm'iw tn;t o. -made
by said same parties on tbe 24; U d.iy ; Majx i
A.D. 1877. to me. as trustee, and to secr.re n:
Sledge. McKay Co. in certain LnJbleiiiifii. h:. i
Is now due and unpaid, whlca laxt-nMrueu :
also of record In said Register's onion, (n v. s
Book No. t3, on pages 33. ai-t and s ,n, to ?: .
reference Is also heie n ade. I will selL to ir;e i. -i
bidder, for cash, tbe stock of bonus. iuu . . -u
and bogs, and the farming uW-taUs und ai:ricii u. i
Implements, wagon and bugr, aud l'-e s
corn and cotton, all of which Is on sail 2"
of land and on the adjacent triot of Iniid on
said Tuckers reside. The equlLynf reaemm
and to said real estate Is, In said deed, wsrve
the title of the purchasers of said propety .
absolute. This 13th day of November, A.L. 1
wm. M. bLtixiK, Jr., ,,-.; .
Trustee's Sale.
BY virtue of a trust deed made November 11, lS7ri
by J. C. Cross, and recorded In Llncnln con.tv 1
Arkansas, in Record Book " H," pages l.'!7, lt hp I
13H; andot a poweroi attorney executeii r,venr t
13. 1877. by ScboolrteUI. Banauer 4 Co.. MKhoriJ 1
me to foreclose said trust deed, for the purj-e ;
paying the debt secured thereby. I will, cn Mala I
day, llerember , lh77. la irunt of I f
store, at Douglass Landing, In said souou, sell f ;
cash, at public outcry, the real estate convos:.
thereby, viz: The tract ot lanj in id county,
known as tbe Billings Tract, being f ractlotiHl rUor
thirty 30). In township seven (7) suutb. runf iotu
(4) west being the Billings Island. In itie Aia tnsa
nver, in Auburn rrecinci, coni&iniDg aer-. more
or less. Eaulty of redemutlon wvnl. TL be
lieved good, but I will sell and ecovey a tnvsuc
only. W. N. SAWI LE.
Trustee's Sale.
F pursuance of a Deed In Trust mnrtu to ttc c
the 20th of May, 1876, by P. 1'. Fiaim 1
M. Fralm, recorded In the oil ice of tne K:- rr
Shelby county, Tennessee, book No, 112, p.ie .00
I will, as trustee, on
Wednesday, the 12ttaofIxnrvr, 1-77
at the southweet corner of Madison and Min mum-.
Memphis, offer for sale the following dexcrllKHi if
estate, situated In the city ot Ueuiphis. tl. .-.'
county, Tennessee, to- it: Lots Nus. 4 and ;. mii
rt of lot 8, of country lot No. 4s-i. as shown b V
Rucker's map of Memphis: Jittlnnlng at t
comer of Jerry Cowley s lot with Marshail awr.r
on Pigeon Roost road; thence In a nonlieuMer ? "
rectloo with south sMe of Marshall Bwnue al
H41 feet to the lot of jiiuies SldeU: tlieaice wlUi ssi
Sldell s north line to o d L'nlon street ; tUi-m- u -wardly
to the Memphis and Cbarie!ou rii"i
thence northwardly with said railroad toJry '-v
ley's southeast corner; thence wim said C
east line to the beginning. Including and
the right ot way to Monroe street. eoiivyel M i;
city, and the homestead Interest of P. P. irua
said lot, not to be sold.
Also, the following described real estate, to-wit : t.
certain trsct or parcel ot land slttutUd, li-in? acd i
lng In said city of Memphis, bounded on tne nw
by Charleston avenue; oo. the east by a lot lorr:'
owned by S. W. Jeflerson; on the soma by Jf-:?er .
street; on the west by a lot owned by R. C. b: Ink -or
John Overton ; thence from the Overton !
the old bayou line to Charleston avwuie, Inf'un:
and excluding a lot fronting HO feet on ,i-r
street; beginning 75 feet wet or tiie Je'rfi i.
thence running HO feet with Jefferson !!,: Hi -i
northwardly 1 4H feet between timl.t i
portion vf the last-described lot has lw-n s j
private sale to Patterson and tiailowh. r-'
be sold by me. All of said ground ail! i
day of sale.be laid off in suits bis ei .
platted and sold by tbe lot. This nit Is
the purpose of paying off all taxes and oi--
cumbrances on sMd laud. In tbe tirt plaoe, and
to pay the Indebtedness especially by
trust deed, as provided In said t-usi deed. 1 . .
good. 1 will only convey as trustee.
Terms of Sale lj cash, 1,3 In 1 months. b 1 -anceln24
months; deTerred pa.nnents 10 t- i'
terest from day of sale, and to be secured by u .
deed on tbe property sold.
J. A. ANDERSON. Trustw).
W- A. Franklnnd. Auctioneer.
CnAXCEUY SAJLIIH.
CHAXCEBI SALE OF BEAL ESTAT1
IU0A FEXCE, EIC.
Ko. 775. N. R. Chancery Court of S-h-itv Count- -T.
A. Nelson, executor of John Irixg, deceKMU, V
M. L. Trigg et al.
By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for a!i (-'
tered In the above cause on the tii ay or J-..:
1877, and renewed and amended Ortcjr ijn.
December 4. 1h77, I will sell at public au.. :i. 1
the highest bidder. In front of tbe t iers ituu y
ters orlke, courthouse building. Main street, t
phis, Tennessee, on
Hatwrday, Jasssry . 1S7S,
within legal hours, the following descrtr-n 'rr"p
situated In Shelby and Upton count,!'" ri., lo-v
1. Two brick tenements (and lotsi on It t
In the city of Memphis, commend letit f
the corner of Adams rtreet and Fropt MiaiKl''"
ulng back rW feet. "I
2. The remainder and all other Interest th' '
estate of John Trlug deceased, bas In a U.
building thereon, situated on the nunlea mm
Adams and Kront strvets, and J113I soi.ts ul .
above. In which Mrs. M. L. Trigg, wife ol al J o
dent, has a life Interest. '
Also the following kHs, being porl!-rns of ti; s
division of lands Ijlng Just south of Memphis ni-".,
byC. C. Buike. said Ihikis lying between Uie IS
sando road and tbe Mississippi nwor. ue uut," t--.
lots heretofore sold and the terms of a-'Ue not x im
plied with by purchasers, to-wit :
3. Lots 54. ftrt, 57 and r!2, fronttne on south l - .
of Lucy avenue, and lot VI froutng on no:;,'
side of Lucy avenue; lots 65, 07 and 72. froot'ne 0:1
north side of Trigg avenue, and all between LaU-a.
avenue and Orleans street. 1
ALto, lots Nos. V7, ih. Wt, 102. 103, 105 and r, '
fronting on Lucy avenue, and Nos. 15 mid li.,
fronting on Trigg avenue, and all lrlug ettsl of t:i--Mlsstssippl
and Tennessee railroad, aiui cuntiiln i;.
about one acre each, save hit lOt'auicticonuiat
1 W4-100 acres.
4. Lot 118, containing rj 47-100 acres; Jot tl-.
contalnlag 7 35-100 aces, fronting oe west side .
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad.
5. Lot J25. containing 4 75-l "'res, frcM'"
near west side of Horn Lake road; aiso. lot,
containing 4 85-10O acres; lot 131. mf.i.v,t. ,
5 tiO-100 acres; lot 132. containing K.Vi, . K,
lot 13rt, containing ti 65-100 acres; M l it, o) -talnlng
6 tt5-l(H acres, lot 140. eontainlna; l
l(K) acres, all lying between the Horn l ake w.i i-j. i
the Mississippi river, and soath of If Hsm.ii sui'i.
rt. Also, tortlons of a certain tr.;t oi !.! ) :t 1
acres of land situated in Tipton counu. Tenpt-se.-which
has been surveyed byC. C. Burke .! o r
ports that the Centennial Cut-off has pia-vd n.- lt
KKM) acres under the bed of the MislSMprt ri--v
and which Is In range H, ectlon 5, on saia n ser t
said cut-off leaving 33 75-100 acresou i..;.
land, and HOB 75-100 acres on the LtlaiMl.
A. The tSjtct containing 33 75-HMt a-rs hrv f .
a stake on the bank ot ihe.Mlsslsl) pi rlvw; !
down siild river with its meanders north 7. ...
west 1H chains; north 7rtp deg west !i2 cp.
south 623 Ceg west 3 chains and ? links: stuu.i .
degwe?tll chains and 60 links: tlienw ejL-:
chains and 80 links to the point of bejUinirK a
open land. etc.
B. Tbe tract containing 3P5 71V1X1 bchm ? -at
a stake on the bans of the Mississippi r!rr.
Centennial Cut-off, at the dividing 11: ,
A. Slockley's and John Trigg's laud; tbeiu'e r.v
1 chains and 14 links to a sniall oi;n-w,
marked T on the bank ot Old river; tbeihf ti:, o
river south 71 deg en-st 11 chains; :',,).'
east 13 chains; south 4tts deg east ! 2 eh 111: f .y;
22 deg east 17 chains: south 10 cVt .-t 7
aud M links; south V deg east V chain; wiitr. 1 -deg
east M chains: south 7 deg east 2 cIiauis.
12 deg east rt chains and 44 links; fcHisa ;in ...
ea.it rt chains; south 7lg deg west il ehtin: sD s
2Kls deg east 5 chains and 2H links: soiuii :t
east 5 chains and 3( HUcs to the pi'lit or titr;,!K
of Centennial Cut-off; thenoe down wi.i t
north 8HX4 dvg west H chains: south H3 .le.' w-w,;
chains; north 85 deg svst i chains; stHJtii ,.4a. n
west 11 chains and r links; soulh rte ting
chains and 13 links: south rilil o est
nnd 30 links to the point of beginnin- of ....
there Is 175 acres oin land and In cuulvpUr.n. t .
eight tenant bouses; fencing modersteiy gtK, nu.-
For full (artlculars, see plats at ofhee. '
7. Also, the trou-fenclng around or in front pf f
Trigg homestead, south of and near Men, if i,
other movatle axtures on the alaoe ItI ?., - ',
said estate. 1
Terms of Sale The real estate to be sold t,. ,
creditor . 12 mi 18 months; notm with sni.rr.i-i '
surety beartng Interest from date; lien rciB;". ' 1
further surety, an t equity of raten;pnHi w
Tbe personalty to I sold for cash. This 1 T.'
5. 1 877. K. A. X)LK. Uer uu& iia.iL. '
By R. J. Black. Deputy C and M.
Kortrecht A Craft, H. Clay Kin. Estes F':: ' '
Q mlih. anl I.. B. MrKarland. et ! . !iti-v ,r'
LEGAL.
Notice to Credltop.
In tbe District Court ot tue Vnfted Mates f.T ti
W--trlct of west Tennessee-irt! u? l
oldeon J. Pillow. BjaiKrupt In bankrupt '
To the ere.lltors of said Banknn4
JL creditors of said bankrupt will T V't
office or T. J Latham. Esq.. Reisr.r In x x
? 1 '.Vn daf of Uvniber. 1 S77. st 11 r
dWdVnd. lM"'0m "inj ruW imt
iaj o give you notksa. ihalk'.we Cled -rv - -1
eeM . as assur, t Ui.stati ol f X: 1 '
tn saw court, and mu .i too at,wi 7 ,. 1 . ' " !l!
tosaid court Vut setSTmeutTf m'-X
I'V1.- V?,0l',irr sjr.eui 1.1 Kir tr-V
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