TELE MEMPHIS 'DjLLTST: APPEAL DEOEMBEE 27, 1877.
f FINANCIAL. '
Bamafws.w aalhraJiw dull si the bank
TMiarilay. a (ml ajbeoj say raaair feature except
the lemlenry- ta liL. fwu ard ertli a few days
mjn. (IIMMKM Uluftcy JUOt Kf 10 OCT fmt
twr annum; at charter. gnuM In Srw Tom and the
east. dl mil buria: fcw KuaSand alcbl. with
thrredar"' t.n. U ooU ; Kew Orleans. I4 dla-
mi i wis ai mi im banks a( par. IMAM
ion fta&Wia of M unit itt reuerU: Turk
Changs was quoted lo-d-ir an follow at (fireplaces
naaicd: bavaniMb-bui.ng. W wuiili sriling (4.
Clnrt'tnaU quiet; UN) UiaoauiUpar, Cnarteatoa
alar: U?l-A discount: 1wprt. New Urkwu
enmiwraal, 7 I'Mit?; bulk. 5-lrt. bt Iuis, 150
Mowm. cni-airo-on JIriUL M !:irai'k
par. Tbs iu(fe and wwt an re each taken aiuch
turn eurraney Iroan New 1 orX (lw'.n.j Uw last season
lluiiuniil,' autd tli bat that thay
m bKU imnWrd liian auir d : It will be
no . bowavar. lit Urn Nw York banlu bare
now only snout e-"UJ.(M) -ni WNtoer notes."
Kuthlng of law mm wni devrile- 1 In ! local mar-
u; cuunty eorl( btvr hardened, aud we quote
UWI ! (UCT.
Memphis a bond no frtta K1i:T,-
Mewiphls currency bond. ..21 1)30 82 tr:i3
Horn 1 la him bL, 1 h7 if 40-045
Mesa phis leaver haL, 175. ft 7( 6-75
aiawipnia icuaw nai., 1 K (tin 75 o
kilhla ledcar baj... 1m77. crw a-
r ire and pollreacrlp.. (7,5
hew coot profnaw s..JL... - .
Memphtagaa stock inn
hftibr esuuty warrants ... .81 rrwl
Kampala and Charleston R. ft 1
scrip 60 lirl
III 7 TKLKC.RAVUA
NIW ObLKANS. Icrmber 2rt. Sold. 10".?
103; New York st-ht. 5-1(1 discoojiL Sterling
uxcasnge. Wwt, ..,.-...
HKW TORI Jworuitwr-. Morvy fl?7 per cent.,
and 1-3J and Int. cat. cloning at 7 per cent, gold.
Prime Bteratntlto pi(r. 5(1 per anot. diatoms
mriiw, tiu.txxi. Tb aaalnUnt Irraaaiw dl
twrnxd f 1.7MI . . Clnrtnca, M.lK.fN(.
Merlmc actual bustnaw. 4H21VV 4Hrt. ioM opnrml
at 1(Jj. at id oloanl U KJ- Carrylmt ralea 4 to 7
pxr uauL auid, eUraf at Londou 00 quotaUona;
mow. alitor bniw am I Jin mnmoacM. 1 17 void
allwir eota. Vi r omiL diatuunL nernnMnt bunds
lowMian; eouiir or IKH. do. lHn. Dr
lo.VH; 00. iwl7. lrtWS; do. NM, 110: new 6a,
!: now 4V), new 4s. 1(;J 10-44M,
nwi. lu;Ir-t0euiiion!iJlQ7a: Currency
. I2. Statu soonrKlesqulft; Tmnf nme Ms, old.
rtj itnneaaee ns, new. n; viranola ea, old,
2M; Vlnztnla Ma, new. 2M; Mtaavurt Aa. 107.
Itallroad bond steady.. tock weta irenerally
atroac aia mi(na hi iaa aaar aeajino; ou uw an
Mvusmcnl oC IM ftUUire of Nier Co.. prices
AciliKa lib sa par eant. ekiainc at a fractional
of wbk-b 2oUU vera New York Central. 32.0O0
Lake tiaore, WHKJ Northwmtern common, 40I0
ngruvawi prereind. inuu liock Island, iunni
Bt luil emmuon.' 4tN1 (U. Paul imrerrod, 60N
Lackawanna antl nOUO Wealam Unlo t. The
closln uutuuans - re as follows:
Weatem Unloo inliagnnh, 7rt: OnVcksllrer. KVI4:
VUKaiiTwr prarerreu. zn: racine jimii. t
Marltajaa, 2U: Mariposa preferred. 23u: Adams ex-
preaa. Wilt; WeJls rarao axiireaa company. M7V:
aaMrVaui expraaa aoaapaiiy, 4KW; United citatea ex-
preaa enrnimny, 4"Vi: new or LMitrnl. lUtiLa:
Krle, a: Krla nrard, 34: Uarlean. 4 ; Harlem pre-
lanwa, no amiea; aiicnutnn trauiu, b7; ranama,
: Untoa Faeine stock, rt44; Lake oh ore, rlol;
Illinois Central, .; Oewland and Fltubunc.
77; MHtbweMern. U4K: honbeatero prererreu,
2Ut: ClevelarKl. Columbus. CtncinnaU, and Imllan
apolla, 4Vi; New Jersey Ontml.rj.; Bock Island.
bl. Paal. UW: bL Faul preferred. 721;
Wabaah. IRl: ort Wayne, PI. ex dir.; Terra Haub-,
8: Torre Haute preferred. 1'V: Cbkni'o ami Alton,
7a: Cbloasoand Alton prelerred. 101: Ohio and
Mississippi. H; Delaware, Lackawanna and Wrst
rn,fisi; Atlantic and facine tcinrnipb. Tit Mis
souri farMle. 1V; Cbleajro, UarlliiKton andOiUncy,
1 Hannltl aud ht.Joe.llW; Central Vacl tie
bonds. 7:; union Parlfte bonds, 1.; t'nlon Padlio
land mua, 8V1; Uuloft Paetoo suiklng lund, U4.
. TbS day waf nkKWiir, yeatrrOay, and Uia dlsposl
tloo w buy was allrlil. while tnlPtcrams. as tar as
tbay went -for LlTenoil Is still holidaying were not
tMMwuraatnc. New York spots wera 4-1 o lower, and
tutores were ft to IO putnW down. In our maifcet
mlea were limited, and quotations anebanKed. New
York papers report Inlluenow lo be depresalnc. The
World says: -Tlie aaport that Krurtand was not likely
lo Interpose In ttrs affairs ef hiisala and Turkey
enecked Uie pre im Ut aall and brmarM out a de
nand to cover ennlrseu, cauwl iu; a reactum In cricea,
to wbieb tba realslwa vf quutntions eouulbuted."
o ... . , ' rasVrdnv. Zi N.rt-e.
525 -.j-iJ..; ,j m wTh - ri iK
SJT.V i.r-.. O, tH i H
ood ordlnar,. ....h.l. Vi a p
Low mld,Uln tf IO14 10l
Jddlln . ..... . (!0Vx rnovj
oodsdJlln..T; 7." ftll rll-
Mlddluid fair giiV tfim
af Ollat ffllw
Market and easy. Sales 1 0O0 bales, of which
601) were for expmt and 4H for sulnnlnc.
tXrm ExcuAaas, December 2tJ. .
Stack September 1. 18T7..f ' - 62Ha
Bblpped at nee last stateurerit.'
." "bTfl 210,1 1
17 1,224-1 til.
Block (sunning account)
IMPORTS. t r.
Thna far tbls week ,t.
Taos far Uatiweek
Bums Beptasnbor lstj.....
MsmnhlS and Charleston railroad...
Mississippi and Tennessee rmiroad.
Louisville, Nashville .and u'l bnuthern B. B.
Mara phis, and Lltale stock. sail way
Wagons and other sources .
Tbos far thlsweek h.bm
Thus far last wank 10.124
( Blasa Bapf mbar 1st ...........lrtl.HOtt
MampbJs and Chart satuti tatlnad. fii
By ran north
Tha following are the ofnctal telegrams of the
eoodlUun af tha domestic auarkets a. received by
the cotton exchange:
I laltl more ...
Near lork.. .
Week. I 2.II5U
IHill. I n,4f I
Quiet, I 4,aiM
QuM. . 37H
YadMUl I Sa kikk i'IimIijt litlfc. mm raimrtjwl
Orulnary.Slll-lrtc: goo.1 ordinary. II 5-lrtc; flow
Middling. 1 1 15-lrte; middling. III43; rood mlo
mng. lltya. Ton of tneaiarketr At 10:i)0,ws;
1 J OH. dull and easier; M quiet and Wo lower.
xn,iiiiH, oaiea, viv Dales.
x ne ioik
The folloaring are the doalng rale In New Tork
Attaataa. iaaVrs).a. 1 ". ,lkiy br.fbrt. .
Jaeoary ll.OAfr 11.10 ' ll.lft6?11.19
r-wmiarf I1.1WiJ11.20 . 1 L2 J 1 L2X
'areh 1 l.;tol 1.81 ll.40.Ml.4l
nrU 11.42(7 -11.43 1 l.h'lt 1 1 .53.
May 11.54.711.53 lf.rMrU.rl4
Jun- ll.r5(Mi.M7 11.74111.75
Ainruat 1 1.7 1 rr 1 1 .HO 1l.Hmr-ll.tut
December H.Q7f11.1Q 1I-1H? ;
Tonevf tba iuaka 10 li quX and eaaler;
11:10, quirt: 12 J, otvhcj; 1M. shade easier;
a:S5. steady; 3:15. steady, bales. 47.IMMJ bales
Tba New Orleans market was Irregular at 1040.
Sties, 7100 bales; n-erlpta, 13.911 hub.
Tba movecnent at tha porta was reported as foV-
I T-w WnfA.
i I t 1 ra.
Rsea auice Hu)
Th market wna very quiet yiater-lay; the
only feature notd was the conlluiied downward
turn of potatoes. Tha New Orleans teaciutK -
W J: 'Another evldmca of llgbt-wclgfat purk from
a tnadtna; packer In tbe wrvL A tot of 2C0 barrels
Mass Is now on band, which was sold prctiocaly, to
La shipped and dtvetd here at a fltt-d prka, but
wpoa lwxieetloa was reiedod snd ibesale thrown
Up. The eot'ra lot n vronoum d Mrre&ular.' The
trks jen to be regular and atandard sbould have the
oats of parking, numb it of pkers and vreKht, none
of which appear on this lot ft weighs, at present,
185 la 1MJ oortds per barrel, which Is taken as evi
dence that It dlj not have over lt d pounds per bar
sat when originally pack'd." Tlir Avansville Jwar.
Ml aald. on buiday: In the wnrit and hour mar
ket Bnaaacfooa were aotnrahat limited, while prices
wars tower and not vet well suMaJnrd. Tbe farmers
trag(H to rraJixs teat they ought to have sold their
war at shot Jr after harvest. Prtcea then were at a
cure that would have yielded tbem far more fur
their year's labor than they can hope to abtain now.
The demand for Dour, the mills com plain, to un
usually dull." In- our market ,orn was
Quiet, with sales . of. bl) sacks of eaxra
mad "damp" at 45e. and 50 sa As on Satirrrtay
.vantog at 45c; ty aaeka , mixed belled
at 4 7 Vac; no sacks shelled at 4c hrm an uota
no transseLoos retxiirfd. V-rv sal of 7J bales at
SIS. Ooramrui dull at VZ 25ir"J 80. iiitoa were
aery bav and down; :ealers are lall, aud take lota
only ao Indueement of low prteaai saarket still alto
gether demorallr 1: 00 landing pirns were tower;
In srore, SI 6O1? 1 70 a barrel. Uoa In store.
29 i 60 a baLeL CuM vr. 8-")(2d a hundred, Sa
CfJ 50 a rratc App firm, st.Ua little movameut;
asjesot HObarteUatSK r,Wnd 25 at S4.
were lower and slow at I He, with full stocks. 6'k -awaebanardandduil.
SI M-,?3 50: sale Of 300
atS2- Hutu-r qiUet smtsteadrat KV734C Turby
were la moderate supply arut ureaular; dressed. 12
OTiVe 'T Ireah ' nojv !... $2 7673.
I ( ttwra no. -mawsoqa, wnoieaale and
.packed clear atoea Me; clear lib. ttlajc
oiae; snuurrrs, oc: nams. iiac Bar
. oc: hams. 1 lac fla eanvasied
breakfast bacon, lOVjc; unoanvasnad, 11c Hamm
jrwanvaaiied. 11c Mrm yurg, SI 3- L urt tierce.
Bite; half-barrel, lie; kegs, olidt 20-pound palls,
ftqs; meau 10 days .la -aU, lac Usee
V far kega. 2 26; baWliwrrels, S4 2564 50;
barrels. S0. fmnna. Sh5)K7W: small, SA. Lnroau,
S5 5otd. Hidem active and beat Dint toaer, 17ea
pound: dry salted. 12(713; green salted. 7(7 He:
green Dtdr-a. 5(rrk; shrep-sklna, as In amount of
wool, 25cf 81 : dry derr-tklns, 1.V71KC Jinimr
25c Tc,it. 7Vii'HC
Jfercsuaaita' vrholeoale Caak Prices.
CAwaioiro fXmwiirriy QJflcial tStmUmrmt.
FLOCK yulet; suirfll S5 2Tk5 50: dovMe
extra. SA 5ltrrl; trebld extra, SH 2'u7d 5; choice
lasnllr. 7 25(77 .VI; fam-y. $7 i.Vf H 25 per barreL
COKNMEAL ijulet; klU-drVrd, fi Mtti f-prr
COitX-ikdet and weak; mixed. K5f75ne; white,
UmI 5 -V-; new ear. 45c per busbai -
OAT.4 Flna and scan: atuck light; mixed. 429
43e; wblte. 45(14le per busbal. . -
BRAN eearce and Onn. vajtHRe.
HAY Firm; stock of choice light ; cholca western.
Slid? IP: per too; rrairv. nominally, S.hZJ &o prr
ton: mixed, J lrt,? 17 per ton. -
BIFLK. PtBk-uUy:snourders. 5V4e; long clear
fttyHc: dear rib. rtir77e: dear sides, 7(77tac
BaCUN iLooaei Nuoa; breakfast, 10te; sugar
eored bama. unoanvasad, lU3712e; packed, la
Mrfyi poK Meaa pork, baavy. SIM RO. " '
LAJiD Steady; in UeruaavKtiaic: In kits, 846
10c; baif-barre!,. V4..K I' w; 1WJk, JOtllr'tc - -
BALING STLlKrt TWKlriaV 2 j to. according
to qoallty, 1 le; baorlng. jw aacovdlng to
fluslity, 1 le; bnltng tame. 12c; iron ties, per bundle,
ACKFREIHUf-barrela. Xo, I . '7 TSfM 15;
swafarrels. Ma 2, Stf 25041 io;Wl -barrels. No.
n, kits. No. LSI S5iTl AS: kits. Na J, $1 25
(al 4: klla. No. . $1 lOrll 25.
CWKFlia irra: oral nary. iiwriw-.niir.ziR-,
rood.2ltie: prtnie. 2lr?-lWe; ebotee. 22aVJ3c;
JaTB.27( e:Urdrta, 212 2 Je.
HICK Hteady; rdinary to ebotea, 6WZT.
wii isk r Kivmu.
BIJtJAH LOUlrilANA-fln hbdst lrmr:talr. fUfce;
fully fair. 7ej prime. 7tb'7ic; choice, HilMe;
yellow ctannsu. Kydile; wbito, tDSPVtsx Darreki,
Ue hlChec '
Sl i.Art-HEFTXKD-ReT.ned A. 10c; crushed and
poanlrred, 1 le; Kranulaied. 1 la; cut loaJ. 1 le.
MOLAMjKd (nnir-Common. Ulle; fair. 35c;
prime. 4tc; strictly prime. 4ne; ctxace, 60C
HVkl ls-'iiniM to fancr. A5r75c
HALT Cearsa and enmmen bne. In brta, SI 30;
dairy. In bris, fj-J 5T)d2 75: Liverpool nana,
fn scks, tl a0.il U0; Llrarpoot nne, la sacks,
1 ur.rl 4jV
bOtP-Kealn and irerman. 4Mrf?Uc; LaWnCs
Dixie, 4tfee: Lattlnc's laiindry, 5Vs; LatUnCs tiejr
avin. Mr; refined oil, rllo.
CaNkLks Hoses, lull weiKbt, 1r?14ie; half
boiM. I4ri4ae; quarter boxes, 15(2 15W&
LIMK-91 25.rl M5.
CKUKNT-Loulierllle. r! 25: Rosedale. T2 75.
MaCV It3 J1W r raVI a iw Assa-Jwa. Uulll Ian 1 1 Ja
rrr brL. S3 604 50: leraona. per box. Sort
50; onuurm. par brL. S7 5UcU; potatoes, per
brL. SI 75?2; eahbasje, per crate, f
aVa-aairi a3WfJ Iki'tl VLlI ' ITkl . au.a 1 a. a. I tar
onions, fJifA 50: beans, par buabel, S2u2 60;
dried apples, 4Tre; aneii peacnea, rwrve.
MlsCKLLANKuL'd -BuUcrWwOWTjtahle, choice
27e; butter. country. 10716e: exx. 22c;
nail, par keg, J.J wj: Ttneaar, per cat.
2Ae; tobacco, per lb. 40r?POc; spice, lc; pepper,
H5e:oysleni (lutht 2 tb, SllDl 10; eoul-oU.20r?22e;
matches, SO 5dm 75; notion rope, l7r21Hc; crass
ropa. 1 lo; powder, kens, Sri 35; shot, patent, S'2 15
tfi 25: sorts, kegs. 4W5c; soda, eases, &W66c:
enceae, maiZW. new raiaioa,s AJ.
CTflC AGO. D xmber 21 At the dose wheat was
maettled at SI 10i Jaooary. Corn Arm. 43Lmc
January, lists dull, 2Ae Januai. IMrk quiet and
ealer, SM lOil I 72W Januaiy. Lard quiet.
7.72HK7.ifie January. 11.77MjallJWe rebruary.
LOUISY1LLK, December 2rL-rarainet. Wheat
quiet; ieu,ai w. lAn auu. 4a4rc unts nun,
S4i(t;tae. Uaf dull. 8t12- Pork Arm S12rM225.
Bulk meate quiet, 4l rldtfU. tlVtdrtVya. as to ase.
Bacon nominal. Sugar-cured bains In fair demand,
llallfea Lard quiet. Whisky, SI 05. B" taring
'CHICiOO. December 2H. Flour quiet Wheat
moderately actles and blgber; mo. 2, 1 10 cash.
s I lUM Jannaiy. Corn aotlre and a shade higher,
45l oats uulet but steady. 25c bid. Pork In lair
demand ami ht;her, St 170 cash, Sll 75 Janu
ary. Lard In fair demand, 7.72W eaab, Uceamber
ftnd January. Bulk meats, boxed shoulders, 414c;
auort atear, snott tins, rtc - wiuaky. 1 00.
CINCIKNATI, December 26 Flour steady; fami
ly. 85 50fr5 75. Wheat Quiet: red. SI lorfl 25.
Corn In cood demand, aw-KIC. Oats steady, 2Hr
40e. Pork In fair demand; Sll 75: held at Sll irO.
Lard dull and nominal; bel I at 7.K0c; kettle, 8I41
Hic Bulk meats dull, 41. 5?batiie. Baoon quiet,
Uj. 7Vi7"Vsc. Whisky. I 05. Butter dulL Bogs
Inactive, f-1 54l?4 10: choice beld higher; receipts
since batunuty, noon beau; snip menu, oou neaa.
ST. LOlTia. December 2rL Flour aulet. but soma
Inquiry tor mrdlum grades; supetilne fall, S4?4 iO;
tail extra, 4 4nrr4 0h; oouuie extra, yorrn 2u;
family. S5 50(25 70. Wheat firmer: No. . SI 20.
Corn active, firm and higher, 45c Oats firmer, 27c
mt nrmer. ail xor 1 1 wo. uuut meats auu: car
lots, louse. 4Uk 5.W0(2t). A.10C Bacon nothing
doing. Hogs-wealbera little colder, but still wet,
and only a moderate demand, S3 50(74; receipts for
two days, 7nuu neaa.
NEW ORLEA NS. December 2rl. Flour dull : saner.
fine, S4 25. Corn active and Ann: white, 54c u&tg
quiet and weak, !ric Pork dull and nominal,
J 12 75. Lant auleCbut Him: refined, tierce. 8Ui
fHviC; kez. M4 uc Bulk meata doll and nomi
nal; shoulders, loose. 4VSc Bacon dull, rHfc, KI4
&MUt coffee firm, alth fair demand; Bio, eaivoes.
17 denote, cVuKarsteady with good demand; com
mon to good common. 44kr5Vw: fair to fully fair.
54rttUiC; prime, 7c: yellow clarified. 7tf2K4c
nvMvwu uvii auu ivmu, wiiimuu, mil.
2rir?27c: prime to choice. 28z3Uc Rica aulet but
NEW YOKK. December 28. Floor dull: su Der
mis western ana eiate, 4 Bomb in; Bt.
OUia, S5 Mian 5a Wheat aulet: No. 2 Chicago.
SI H43 1 85. Corn quiet, but firm for old; steamer
mixed, HOC Uats quiet and a shade stronger; mlxad
Hto eniwea, 15i(ZHHc; Jobbing. 15t?21c Bugar
n mnil riMnliifl inri h rrn - nplma T&b- mnruM
firm. KUrTvajC Molasses aulet. Pork less firm.
S13 H21V12 75. Middles steady at HUi Lard
(Jess l)rm. H.I fie Butler firm: western, 0u22c
lieene, 1(112 i W ulaky, si 01IV
NEW YORK. December 26.-Bu8ine8S
very light with packing-bouses, and Jobbing trade
aulas. Cotton soods uulet. but brown and colored
cottons tteodlly 'held by axents; fancy prints dull,
but shli Jngs are In fair demand ; mens' wear wool-
leas active; foreign goods dull.
The cloudy weather continues, thoueh the
temperature Is considerably lower than for the past
week or two. We are tbreateuc d with more rain, or
peniapa m auuw-sturm.
OmOB SlOKAL SkRTWB. OK. U. B. A., I
MkMPaiB. December 2rt. 1H77. I
0L lltllS. ......... .Q ..
rJaio blah water mark af 1874
LOCAL OBSERTATIONS XJEUTCKDAT.
Time. Bar. Thar Wind, Weather.
S:43 a.m. 2ft.15 49 N.W. .04 Cloudy.
8:4 p.m. 29 94 53 N.W. .00 Cloudy.
ifMr p.m. 2P.9H 53 W. .00 Cloudy. '
Maximum thermunieier, 55 deg.
minimum tnennnmeter, 40 aeg.
Total rainfall, .40.
W. M. M'aLROT. SgL Big. Bex. U. & A,
TICKSBURQ, December 2ft. Weather cloudy.
xnermometer os deg. Amvea: coioraao, j 2 p.m.
LOUISVILLE, December 2ft. Weather cloudy
and cooL River rising, with feet In the canaL
Depsetai: Anoy Stum, St. Louis.
LITTLE ROCK, December 2B. Weather cloudy.
River still rising, with 18 feet by the guage; and is
reponea on a stand at ion emuo.
KVANSTTLLI, December 2d. Weather rained
lightly last 88 hours; growing solder. Mercury 54
to Ki deg. River a feet a toel'.sa, and rising slowly.
PITTSBURG. December 2ft. River 8 feet 8 Inches.
and stationary. Weather cloudy and rainy.-. .Night
River 3 fett 6 Inches, and stationary. Weather
cloudy and rainy.
ST. LOUIS. December 26. Weather very raw and
eniuy, with dnzzung rain all day. River has risen
13 Inches. Arrived: Capitol City, Vlcksburg. De-
partedi ota. tianavlova, Mamplua.
CINCINNATI. December 26. Weather cloudy and
damp, stiver swelling siowty nignt uiver 11
1 Kiel-, and rising, w earner cloudy and cooler.
Depaitrd: James D. Parker, Mempblr; Golden
crowa, Mew Orleans,
NEW ORLEANS. December 26. Weather clear.
Thermometer K7 deg. Arrived: Alice Brown and
barKvs. PlttHborg; Mollle Moure, Cincinnati; James
Howard, M era pill; new Mary Houston, Cincinnati.
Depaited: Susie bllver and Silver City, St. LouId;
c neioaiie, iiucinn&u.
CAIRO. December 26. Noon Weather cloudy
and cool. Aiiivrd: A. C. Don Dally, New Orleans, 7
p.m. Vlni bhlnkle, Cincinnati. 3 a.m. ; Belle Meiu-
pnia. Aiom pins, 1 1 a.m.; city or rieiona, bt. louis,
11 a.m. Depaitrd: A. C. itonnaliy. Cincinnati. 8
n.m ; Vint Shlnkle, Memphis, 5 a.m . Night River
in leet 10 incites, ana rising, w earner cloudy.
Thermometer 50 deg. Departrd: Belle Memphis,
Bt. txaiis, 1 p.m.; buy 01 ueiena, atempnia.
BlaTeaaeata got the Levee.
City or Vlcksburg and Belle of Bhreveport, 8L
LouU; John B. Maude. Tlcksburg; City ol Alton,
New Oneans: Illinois. Mound City. Mark Twain and
West Wind. St. Francis river; Hard Cash. White
river; Hattle Nowland, Arkansas river; Coahoma,
crura pwui; u b. Lou'cn, ciQCinnau.
Cllr of Vlcksborg. Vlcksburg: John B Maude. 8L
Louis; Belle of bhnaxeport, C B. Church and John
A. bcudder. New Orleans; City of Alton, Ohio river;
Mark Twain, St. Francis riven Hard Cash, White
river; tiatue nowisna, Arkansas river: Andy tMuni,
uinaDaau; uscia ocue, aonneon lAnaing,
' BaUe ol Texas, West Wind, Illinois, Phil Allln.
Ttnum Ctj af Cbedter, Bobett Mitchell. Tint
I'j Chark 3 Morgan. Geo. W. Cheek, Bath, Katie
iioopar. - -
BOATS LAVA TU6 THIS DAT.
Fkiaks Pout George W. Cheek, Mark B. Cheek,
maacr, urn p.m.
Akaias Cm Phil Allln, N. 8. Green, mastar.
nva p m.
ST. Locra city of Chester, Alex Zelgler, master.
City af Alton, 40 pfcgs sundi lea. -Beile
of Shrevaport. 315 sacks corn.
Mark Twain, 5 baiea cotton, 2700 sacks cotton-
Hard Cash brought out of White tiver 1149 bales
cotton, 528 sacks cot ton-seed, 81 prigs sundries.
West Wind tro.gtit Out of St Francis liver S33
bak cotton. 12B0 sacks oottoa-stad. 104 pkgs sun
diira. Battl Nowland brooght out Of Arkansas rtver K88
bales cotton. itw4 sacks cotton-seed. 60 brit oil, 18
pkssundia. . ..
Coahoma, 202 bales cotton, 25 bags seed-cotton,
45W sacks cotton-eeed, 2rt hbds etifar, 101 oris mo
laasrs. 400 ueuiljoua, 122 pkgH sundries. ,
- aVevoe rsurautrmpsus. -
BuslDesM brisk. ' ;
Local packeu went out with good trips yesterday.
A panacea for beadache was Im demand yesterday.
Tbe levee la covered w.th mad and crowded with
Tne Botoer; Mitchell to doe to-day, en route to New
Orleana, -. -
Tbe urer hound arrtvc J on CbrLitmas-iay with a
tow of eani for this port.
Tbe skldman Is the only one who rejoices at tha
pmannt anntliuonof the levaa.
Tba Hard Cub, for White river, bat a big trip
when she left yuaterdny evening. -
Tbs battis n land leu for Arkansas rlrer yester
day with a nne trip, as she essst es.
The want Wind, a.tb a big fcia, airrved trosi St.
Fr. da river yeasarday. Bkaeeba-ns Fl iday.
Pilot W. H. Harrtsuo. fotmerly pilot of the B. P.
Cheney. Is In the dty, and Is open for efHravements.
A dispatch furn Evayunllla says that the Dura
Cantar baa rsxaioad ta tnaCaasbtumnd liver trade.
Biverdlsptlcbealrnmallpolins lrKlieate a men y
Christmas colored br the marina rraiarnltv In mn-
end. - . . - .
Trie (SeoClty has gone an tke Soaks at Cteeln-
aau. aud tsaaea taera tor Mew VO
Tba Phil Allln goes out to-day for Arknnaaa City In
place af the A. J. White, the sailer latiou up tor tba
ureaora.. The lUlaala milk rasa aw aer-d idaiW to
tba Memphis and Vlcksburg trade. Captain taanatt I
F. Ili'Va and crew In eharge. Thin arrangement, we
are Inflamed, a Jl be permanent for the remainder
Of the season. -
The Cur of Alton, K.tn cohts eircos ana menPT
erle aboard, passed up for Clocinuatl Christmas
The Charles P. Cnooteaa turned back at Helena
for New Orleans, reshlpplog her Memphis t retgut
on the Coahoma.
The City of vicksbrrrg, which passed down for
Vleasbvrg Taesday, addr 1 about thli.y tons way
f rrtedla at the elevator.
Thepackau leajg tr-iny are the O. W. Cheek,
for K.isrs Point: Pi ll Alllo. for Arkansas City; City
of Charter, for bt. Lonls.
The A dy Baum lea for ctncinnau last night a itn
"lie halM . ... U t .Kin - 't K jm.a
and a good lot of sunni .
The aatie llouper Sill oe tne cuurniay pacaca iot
Arkansas ilvrr, and tba Belle of Texa twill leave for
White river on the same day.
Tbe Illinois anived f rain Mound City Tuesday.
and Is now as good as new In evety paiUoular. bhe
enters the Vlcksbarg trade next Tuesday.
Tbe C B. Church passed down at noon yesterday
with a thorwaad tons of freight and forty passengers.
Bhe added here a lot of entile and sundirfML
The John A. Heudder left for New Orleans last
night with 18V2 bales eotton. 400 barrels oil. a lot
way-fretEbL and a good Daaserurrr trip in the
nbin and on deck.
Jesse . under, a Democrat, was elecua sheriff of
Crlnanden eonty.Arksnsaa, tbe other day, by a hun
dred and D'ty majority, to suevred Lewis, who rc-
slgiied recently under peculiar circumstances.
The Charles Morgan left New Orleans Sunday eve
ning wltli 700 tons, consisting of li0 hhds. sugar.
1 100 barrels molasses. BOO barrels l.n. zuu oaiea
cctton, 100 barrels oranges and 150 tons itt, etc
A popular meriner attracted much attention
Chi 1st mas day by tiiOg to eai.y an armiul of loose
Dananaa unit nat idv .tnutxi wttnaoozenor more
gobleu of egg-noeg. That's the way be spent the
day. "Well, beie we are."
TheTbomDsao uean arnvea at new urieans l ues-
day, from iMeraphls, a.ih Hi45 bales eotton, 10,
B72 sacks se d, 547 barrels oil. 4KO sacks oil-cake,
and 192 packries smia, and left there yesterday
a.tb a return tiip for Memphis.
Cincinnati Twiua.inesaay: w 1 1 ue watcins. STea
thirteen years, son of Charles Watklns. a former
mate on tbe tiver, ran away from his home In New-
Mi t iart Saturday, his parents think he has gone
to New Orleans or Memphis on some boat"
Little Bock ttozuts, Tuesday: "The liver was
steadily rising all day yesterday, the gauge at dark
showing IB fret tf Inches In the channel, while re
pot u from Fot. Smith and Tan Buren state that
there Is more coming. In pott, Boss City, Mau
melle and Big Bock."
Misses Katie Hooper. 01 Little bocx. ann name
Nowland, of this city, a.ur whom tbe two popular
Arkansas liver packets take their names, were sren
on tbe street together Chrjitmas day. One Is about
fourteen and tbe other nine years of r ?e, and both
possessed of rare beauty and intelligence.
Tbe Ueneral Pleraou. tbe new transfer boat, made
a very success. id ti.al trip Cbi.stmas day. Captain
Malmrault Invited a number of bis friends to go on
the exccslon, and of cot'rse made tbe occasion one
never to be forgotten by his generous hospitality.
Tbe working of the P.erson was all that heau could
wish, and she proved herself peWect In evei par
ticular. As tbe (ieneral Plerson Is almost wholly a
Memphis Institution we feel proud 01 her, and con
gratulate her owners on haiog completed a transfer
Doa so eieganuy aiapieu mi tueir wauia.
Loaisviue IX inmeraiu, Tuesday: ine steamooat
oiin era, steamboat men and others, citizens or
Eranmlle. held a meeting last jrnaay and resolved
that they ''are opposed to any modification of the
law of congress regulating the construction of
brldees across the Ohio river, and earnestly protest
STdlnst any proposed modification of such law what
ever, (iene bhlnkle, the efficient clerk of the
steamer Golden Crown, was taken In to tbe amount
of S72 on his last nip to New Orleans. When near
Cincinnati a fireman asked for his wrzes, which
were oiven hlra. Gene also banded him the engln-
(' wr-res, requesting him to band It to the en
gineer, but the fellow was taken very suddenly with
a fit of absent-mludedaeas, and Gene has not heard
of him since."'
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Hon. JACOB THOMPSON President
THOS. HOLM AN, Ju ...Vlc-Presldeiit
Da. D. T. PORTEB Treasurer
W, J. M'DEBMOTT- Secretary
Hrr." JACOB THOMPSON.
T1O8. HOLMAN. Ju. Courthouse
JOHN OUNN Union Foundry
P. M. WINTERS 1H Main street
Judob C. W. HEISKELL Courthoase
H. W. GREIBEXi Courthouse
M. GAVIN 2if2 Front street
Db. D. T. PORTER. UOO Front street
B. D. GOODWIN wnite station
W. J. M'DERMOTT Fourth National Bank
BELCHER x JORDAN, Attorneys, 279 Main street.
Tha books will be onrn from now till the first of
January for subscriptions to the SECOND SERIES
of stock of the above association. We offer to in
vestors absolute security for their money invested
and a fair rate ef Interest. To the borrower we offer
an easv method of oaring troubles on debts.
subscriptions win ue received oy any 01 me anova
Directors at tneir on ices, ana dt tne bfcretary at me
office of the Association. Fonuh National Bank.
Biiildingr and Loan
Pioneer Association of Memphis.
I Sixth Series Commences January 1, 187S.
rriHK Dew year can In no way be better commenced
J. by worklngmen, salaried men, and all persons
of moderate means, than by making a beginning to
economize and save. This Association. In opening
Its SIXTH BKRIKS, aflords the opportunity, no
back dues to be paid.
Its claims lor eonndence are: accompnsnen sno
ess. experienced management, and strict equity In
Its conduct of business. Stock can be withdrawn at
thirty days notice. Subscriptions to the SIXTH
SERIES received from mis date at the office of the
Association, XV t Watts) atreet-.over the Fourth
National Bank. L. LaGRILL, President.
Chas. T. PATknsow. secretary.
W. A. WILLIAMS.
WIIalalArVjIS i& CO.
Lumber, Shingles and Lath!
FRUIT AND PACKING BOXES!
OFFICE AND YARD :
Corner Gayoso and Second Sts.
Z, N. ESTES.
ESTES, PIZER & CO.
Hi and 13 Union
Langstafi, Graham & Proudfit
Bieeswsn to eraJsaam at ProndfltL
RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTING, FAIRBANKS'S SCALES
ROBG HUM MILLS AND EVAPORATOIW.
OXO TVTf..lTi 43 troot. jVEezrxwojtxjSa TorLxx.
W. B. dALBSEATH.
J. Ma FOHXJCES.
J. lalbrea'tb & Oo.
' V .1- a '- . .
11 Union Street, Memphis.
AflEJfTS POR THE CELEBRATE CHAMPION COTTON HIS
Pa La COCHRAJI.
R.L COCHRANE CCf
CBuoi.ajsiurs to M. E. at J. W. COCHRAJQ. MsjirtartuTsrs
LD mum, MTH, SHIWGLES,
4 Doors, Sask, Blinds, and ail kinds of PackUa; Boxes.
ctacin-lOOce'and Yard at foot
Salesroom 9c 1 Howard Row.
a choice tot of Floortna. CelUna. Biding. Lattlea. FrasBinc. ranea an il tlmal
m - a.
Lnmbar. Bough snd Pressed Pickets, Cadar Posts, Tat ha. fihlnajes Dour and
-Wuak Frames, Moldlrito.A
Safety, Economy and Brilliancy
QOLAR LIGHT Is highest test made from superior
kJ crude; Is without color, odor or smoke; is spring
water white color: will not exnlode while burnlUK In
a lamp nor In any way, as it does not contain any of
explosive compounds so frequently met with ordin
ary oils for Illuminating. A lamp with Solar-Light
OH, if upset or broken accidentally, will not explode
or bum. It la free from all the dangerous gases
which are usually found In Illuminating oils made
from petroleum, by the use of which has been caused
so much destruction of life and property.
H. WETTER & CO.
DEALERS IN OILS AND LAMPS
rpHX Southern Hot-AIr Furnace Manufacturing
1 Company are keeping their office at H. WET
TER k CO.'S. A cold breeze In hot weather Is a nice
thing, but a hot breeze In cold weather, from JOHN
B. REIN HARD'S Furnace, la still better. All orders
for beating bouses and churches, etc, will be at
tended to by JOHN B. KKLNHAKD,
Office. 834 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
THOS. H. HUNT & CO.,
OLD CHRIf ICAL DYE HOKhE
Xstablished, 1859. IS JTefTersioai Mf.
LAPIES and Gentlemen's garn ents Dyed and
Cleaned in a superior manner; also, repairing
gentlemen's garments at shortest notice. All work
warranted. Goods by express promptly attend edt o
J. A. FORREST & CO.
: DEALERS IN
Horses and Mules,
61 & 63 Monroe at, near Teabod j Hotel.
TT7T5 are receiving dally a large assortment of
VV HORSES and MULES. Persons wanting
stock will save money by calling before purchasing
eisewnere. overruling sold oy us tuny guaranteed.
M'HENRY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
AND LAMP GOODS, .
Nos. 6 & 8 E.I'onrth St. & 162 Main SU,
TTTE Invite the attention of those who design nur-
VV chasing, to our stock of inn and Oll-Ftx-
lares. vnu- assonment, in addition to ue late nov
elties, comprises a One line of Chsuadellers,
Halt l.isrhta, Pradaats. and Urackete) for
taasi. In Oll-Vlxtsnres, we have all the new Im-
Srovementa In Cbauadeliero, Hall-Idxxapa,
library, Ilning;-rooiai and Table fesnaapa.
Also, the new and Improved Sjrerxuaa Htndy or
Ofllee-lsusip. Special designs for Chandeliers or
otner oas-j mures lumisned on appucauon.
THE BEST-THB CHRAPEHT!
Tbe Ameriesnm Sort t-apsnle Oompasy'R
PURE CAPSULATED MEDICINES
In Metallic Boxes. Full directions.
Castor OU, Codllver Oil 25e
OH Turpentine, Bals. Capalba..25c
rit . 1 . .k ,1 11 -1 .
, Ul VUUCUS W1LIJ VAIU01U0.....01IC
I OU Male Fem with Kamala 75o
, Finest oil of sandalwood SI
A 81 FOB THS AaTKKICAN
"STAB" Tbadb Mark, and see you get it-
r or aaie py an iruggists.
J. SCHERBARTU & LUEDKE,
At So. 897 1-S naia Street,
LADIES' and Gentlemen s Wear will be cleaned
and dyed by the latest chemical process; also,
Kid Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyed. Moun
Ing Dresses dyed In 3H hours or on short notice
M. J. Ii. STEWART,
SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY,
0 nice No. 177 Main Street, Memphis.
r ILL practice In the Courts ef Law and Chru
VV eary In West Tennessee and North Mlsslslt
sippt, and give special attention to collections, eon
eyanclng , etc
Mi. ML PLAIN
SAW-MILL AND YARD
North Front Street.
TN0. C. k'lZttl
and Cotton Factor?.
Tf. J. CBAWFOKB.
8AM1. A. HATCIiL.
of Wasiiiiigtoa Street.
Saw Mill 1st Xmrj lard.
IUSAX. ESTATE FOR HALE.
rTTJIK cheapest and beat bargains In real estate
X that have ever been ottered In tbe State of Ten-
neaiee. I will sell from .
1 TO 500 ACRES OF LA Ml,
lust outside the city limits of Memphis, and located
lust In tbe rtfht place for Cotton, woolen and other
factories, or 1 win sen
at bottom prices, to thane who wish to build real
dences. and have homes ef their own. I mean ex
actly what I say. Ten new houses are already built
acd occupied, and several more will be built soco.
aubortties promise to extend their road to these val
uable grounds ust so soon as the population be
comes sumciem 10 jusiiij me nuinina rv toe cm,
which cannot be very far oft. Also. 1 Ml sell ru
lenan. for a term of years, a splendid Ma.So Garden.
with two hundred hotbed saab, at bottom figurea.
Those who wish to purchase must " strike while the
Iron Is hot," or tbey will lose the best bargain eves
Offered. TlTLX PaKFaCT. APPV 10 B. K. THOMAS
on the premises, or to
L D. CON AWAY. Real Estate Agent,
No. M Madison street. Memphis
BLACKSMITH I N.
ROBERT LEWIS, '
FRED. W. THOMAS.
LEWIS & THOMAS,
Boiler Makers & Steamboat Blacksmiths.
Llacksmlthlng of all kinds. Copper and Sheet-Ina
Workers. All work promptly done, day or night.
Terms cash. Residence, No. 90 Promenade.
fthain. A H aaaa wv aiexu Rtvnr. fmlita
OTT fim TVOE
Boy You Tiefaeta Now 1
The Day Approaching for the
Seeoaidl ra.ad Urawlag of the
COMMON M EALTU
Pri7P. Distrihiitinn nnmnanv !
(Under Act of Legislature of Kentucky).
Draw log: Positive! on DEC. 31, '77,
or Money Returned In full to the buyers.
V!0.000 CAM II IN PRIZES !
50,04M. O,00O, I O.OOOJf
VA,rvw. auf.wuu, wctrvv,
and Seven Thoumnd other.
Fanners A Drovers Bank, Louisville, Depository.
Tickets only 810: Halves. 85: Quarters. S2.50.
Official list of drawing will be published hi
New York Herald and Louisville Courier-Journal,
and mailed grat is to all buyers. Adoress G. W.
BARROW 4 CO., General Managers, Courier
Journal Building, LOUI8VILLE, K.Y., or No. ti
west court street, Jiemprus, xenn.
tar-Send for a Circular.
Havana Royal Lottery!
Grand Extraordinary Drawing
Will take Place Dec. 31, 1877.
Capital Prize 9500,000
Only 18,000 Tickets.
234C Prizes and $1,350,000 in Money!
nf ormallon Furnished, Orders Filled, Prizes Cashed,
Spanish Gold and Havana Bank Bills
- Bought and Sold.
No. 48 Peeatwr atreet. New Orleans. I.n.
THE LAST CHANCE
, Tn 1877.
HAVANA ROYAL LOTTERY
Grand Extraordinary Drawing!
Will Take Place Dee. 31, 177.
Only 18,000 Tickets, and 2316 Prizes.
Capital Prize, 500.000.
Total Aanroant or PrlxeH - - 1,350,000
We only guarantee those tickets obtained through
us as being genuine. Send your orders and call for
-ians to nvnniv aK nnvmrjn,
Udest agents In the South. Nkw Ohlxuis, La,
A aPLEHDID OPPOBTTJIIITY to Win
- a nortune. lrst Orand Distribution, 1878
New Orleans, Tuesday, January 8th.
IiOITIStlANA HTATK LOTTKRY CO.
This Institution was remilarlv lnoomorated bv the
Legislature of the State for Educational and C herita
ble purposiis In 1808, with a capital of S1,0 JO.IMMI,
to which It has since added a reserve fund nf S350.-
000. Ita raad. Hlnarle Naaber Iflatrl-
bsitloaa will take Place monthly. It never umla
or postpone!. Look at the following Distribution:
CAPITAL PRIZE. 830.000.
100,000 Tickets, at 2 each I Half Tickets SI
LIST Uf fKlXKa:
1 Capital Prize 833.0CO
1 capital raze IO.!.
1 Capital Prize 5.000
2 Prizes of 82500 5.000
5 Prizes of 1000 5,0(11
20 Prizes of
100 Prizes of
200 Prizes of
500 Prizes of
500 10, 00
50 . lO.t- O
1000 Prizes of
0 Approximation Prizes of $800 2.700
Approximation Prizes of 200 1.80U
9 Approximation Prizes ol 100 900
1857 Prizes. amounting to.... S110400
Responsible corresuondliur agents wanted at all
compensation will be paid.
write tor runner lniormatien or sena oraers to
M. A. OAl'PUIlt. P. O. Box , New
uriesnaa.ljai..or at N0.H west court St.. Memphis.
Heeoad Oraad Monthly Distribution,
aucwmj, rcuiuiuj x , loin.
Capital Prize, S30, HOT. Tickets. 82 each. Halves, 81
Bcnemeor oistnnution same as above.
DT virtue of a deed of trust to me executed by B.
XJ F. und D. H. HUderbrand on the second day
of February, 1874, of record in the Register's oil lee
of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book No. dl), page
1105. to secure the payment of a certain note therein
mentioned, i win, as trustee, on
TaeHday, 15 th. day of J an nary, 1878,
at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets.
In the city of Memphis, pell at public auction, to the
hlehest and best bidder, for cash, at 12 o'clock in..
a certain tract or parcel of land, situate, lying and
being In tbe 12tb civil district of the county ol
Shelby, Slate of Tennessee, containing one hundred
and sixty acres, being tbe northeast quarter of sec
tion one, range eight, township one west (a i, it f,
T 1 W) and part of tbe home tract on which B. A.
HUderbrand now resides. Euuity of redemption
waived In said trust deed, tbe title Is believed to be
perfect, but I sell and convey as trustee only.
" . XJ. IT, XIUSICV.
Johnston A Ford. Attorneys.
F pursuance of a Deed In Trust made to me on
the 20th of May, 1S76, by P. P. Fralra and J.
M. Pralm. recorded In the ofUeeof the Register of
Shelby county, Tennessee, book No. 112, P'ige 200,
I will, as trustee, on
Thursday, the 3d or January, 1878,
at the southwest corner of Madison and Main stroei,
Memphis, offer for sale the following described rem
estate, situated In the city of Memphis, Shelby
county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Lots Nos. 4 and 5. and
part or lot a, or country lot no. 4U4, as shown oy K.
w. Sucker's man of Memnhls: Beginning at the
corner of Jerry Cowley's iot with Marshall avenue
on Pigeon Roost road: thence In a northeasterly dl
recOou with south slue of Marshall avenue about
849 feet to the tot of James Sidell; thence with said
8 Well s north Uiie to old Union street; thence west
wardly to the Memnhls and Charleston railroad
thence northwardly with said railroad to Jerry Cow
ley's southeast corner: thence with said Cowley a
east line to the beginning. Including and excluding
me ngnt ot way to Monroe street, conveyed to me
t. ...... ka i .i ii ii - n n " i . ,K
li . . auu uiq uvuiraww uiwicm VI. f f . Binua IU
said lot, not to be sold.
Also, me following described real estate, to-wlt: A
certain tract or parcel of land situated, lying and be
ing In said city of Memphis, bounded on the noitn
by Charleston avenue; on the east by a lot former.1
owned by 8. W. Jefferson; on the south by Jeflereon
street; on the west by a lot owned by R. C. Brinkiey
or John Overton; theHoe from the Overton lot with
tbe old bayou line to Charleston avenue. Including
and excluding a lot fronting MO feet on Jefferson
street; beginning 75 feet wtt of tbe Jefferson iot;
thence running rM) feet with Jefferson street; thence
northwardly 148 feet between parallel lines. A
portion l tne last-described lot baa been sold rt
nvate sate to ratteraon and faalloway, and will not
e sold by me. All of said ground will, before t
day of sale, be laid oft In suitable sized tots an J
platted and sold by me lot. This sale is made for
the purpose of paying off all taxes aud otner w
cumbrances on said land, In the Hist place, and thn
tn rta. Ilia lfutolufln,ui a.tMMiull. gMMiMH h. tha
I. trust deed, as provided in said trust deed. Title
good, i will only convey as trustee.
Terms of Sale i cash, Vx In 12 months, snd bal
ance In 24 months; deterred payments to bear In
terest from day of sale, and to be secured by trust
deed on tbe property sold.
j i a. a. MiiADWiii inavab
g. Aj Frankland. Auctioneer.
ON FRIDAY, the 15TH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
1878, between 1 1 o'clock avm., and 1 o'clock
p.m., I will sell, at public sale, at tbe southwest cor
ner of Main and M.mUmoii streets, to the highest bid
dor. the following real estate, situated on me north
side of Union avenue, about three miles east of the
city of Memphis, being lot No. ten (10) of N.M.
Trezevant's subdivision, as recorded in the Register's
office of Shelby county. Term., In book HU, page 8Hn,
contain! nK seven acres and thirty-three bwidredUis
of an acre. Tills sale Is made to earry out the pro
visions of a deed of trust, dated 14tn November,
18rt7. made to me by M. FL Cannon, to secure tha
payment af certain Indebtedness of said Cannon lo
N. M. Trezevant, and Is recorded In tbe Register's
office of Shelby county, Tenn., book 2, pages 4t(t
and 470. Terms ensh, and .right of redemption
waive :-- JOHN P. TREZEVANT. Truatee.
Jac&agla ft Frayaer, Attorners.
CHICKASAW IRON WORKS!
RANDLEy HEATH & LIVERMORE, Prop'rs.
Mo. 98 Second Street, : : : : Hemphis, Tennessee.
IrM-Proata, Cottoa-Preawea. Beme-Pawsrs , I ram aad Brauao Csuatlasra, Sireaera'
Kepairw, aad everything la the line of
Foundry 0.1a. ca. Aao2xjLzxo-sl3.cx w oxrlx.
- Stole Aareata of the IuieaV Bad ley Cau for KleTatara. Kmsrlaeo. Mawaailla. Kte.
Lovely Garlands, Montures,
Bouquets, Gilt Flowers, Paris Evening Flowers,
Opera Hats, Evening Fans, Evening Ties.
8 -BUTTON KIDS!
4 and 6-Button Kids; 2, 3 and 4-Bntton Kids.
Evening Silks, Evening- Satins,
Evening Gauzes, Evening Costumes.
THE ABOVE AT UNHEARD-OF LOW PRICES.
KREMER, HERZOG & CO.
To Clear Out the Entire Stock
Of Toys, Fancy Goods, Baskets, Mhrll
tioads, Paris Dolls. Ireed Delia,
Work-Boxes, leather taoods. Jewelry,
Ivory Combo, Kte., at Orlarlaal Cost.
We asast sell oat all or It To-narrow,
and will sell regardless of former prices
KREMER, HERZOG & GO.
J. R. GODWIN.
L. D. MULL1KS, Jr.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
336 Front Street, Memphis.
a3Ls;oxa.-tja for -ttio Oirip : Ootrtoii. T371o.
31. L. Meacham. J. 1$. Poston.
No.. 9 Union street. Memphis, Tenn.
Jlr, W. T. Itowdre Itas rbarge of the Cotton Department.
A. VAC C ABO & CO.,
ULPOSTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
No. 324: Front street, Memphis.
SOLE AOEKTS FOR COOK'S CH AJIl'AGXK IMPEKIAIvy
200 bris. choice and prime Louisiana Molasses.
1 1 00 hhds. new Louisiana Sugar various grades.
1K00 sks. Rio. Java and Laguyra Coffee.
1000 tierces, half -barrels and buckets Lard.
uou pKgs. Mackerel and whiteash.
000 bris. Flour various grades.
B(H) boxes new Factory Cheese.
1000 boxes, halves and quarters new Raisins.
1(mi noxes new Turklsn rrunes and currants.
25 eases new layer Figs and Leghorn Citron.
200 pkgs. Teas and Chocolate.
100 oris. Louisiana and Texas Pecans, new crop
Almonds, Filberts and Cieamnuta,
500 boxes Firecrackers.
With a full line of Canned Goods, Liquors, Cigars,
336 Front, corner Union
LEADING COOK STOVES!
A. ES.3BOYB & SOET,
360 FRONT STREET z t
BY MEDDIS & SOUTKW1CK.
$312,6 0 0 Louisville &
By order of the Execntora of U. D. Newcomb, deceased, we will on SATURDAY,
December 29, 1877, at 12 o'clock, at tbe
LonisTille, Kentucky, sell to tbe highest bidder, at public auction, 3126 Shares of
the Capital Stock In the Lonlsyille and Nashville Railroad.
Terms Cash. ME0D1S & SOUTH W i CK, Auctioneers.
J. C. NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
Grace r s, Gottcl n Fact o r
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
367 Front ;3-fcre
i ..... t . J 'II tfl-a
BET. UNION AND GAYOSO,
S. M. McCALLUM
A. IT. Roberts. . Meacham.
A. B. TACCABO.
500 boxes Fancy Candles. Sugar Toys and Fruit.
rHXj eases jeutes and rrunes ail styles.
500 barrels, halves and boxes Pickles all style.
500 cases Sardines, Lobsters, Salmon & Shrimps.
hinj cases new ranuy cnemes ana reacnes.
500 boxes fresh Crackers and Biscuits.
100 boxes Oatmeal and Cracked Wheat.
25 bris. new Buckwheat Flour.!
25 bris. Louisiana Oranges.
10 bbds. Cocoanuts.
200 half-barrels and buckets Mince-Meat, Aprte
anu reacn rsuuer.
200 pkgs. Spiced Pigs' .FeeL
Tobacco, Etc., not mentioned above, for sale low to the
street, Memphis, Tenn.
SEND for CATALOGUE
f s MEM1MIIS. TENNESSEE.
Nashville R. R. Stock
Merchants and Manufacturers Exchange,
H. I. NEELY.
A ' v s : KrtV. A" m va 2
B T J - r-?- aVsJ-tll! IfW - aVoV.4
: MEM HIS, TENN.
THOS. GAFF J AS. W. GAFF I HXNBY W. SMITH
T. & J. W. GAFF & CO.
Distillers of Bourbon and Bye
AI UOKA, IXU1AXA.
BKNRY W. SMITH I TUOS. GAFF I J AS. W. GAFF
HENRY VV. SMITH & CO.,
RE-DiSTILLERS OF ROURDON & II YE
All goods made by the above houses fully giiamnleod
as represented. R. B. CLARK K,
Sola Arent for Memphis. No.'H Howard Row.
KOTICE IS BASKHIPTCV.
In the District Court of the United States tor the
OUtrict of West Tennessee In the matter of Geo.
B. Fleece In Bankruptcy.
fTIHK undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap-
A. polnunent as assignee of George B. Fleece, ot
Suelby county, Tennessee.
O. WOOLDRIDGS. Assignee.
Memphis, December 5, 177. wed
KOTIL'K I.V IIASKKIPTCY.
In the District Court or the United States for the
District of West Tennessee In tbe matter of
C. H. Halght In Bankruptcy.
rrULB undersigned hereby gives nodes of his sp-
-L polntment as assignee of C H. Halght, of
Memphis, Shelby county. Tennessee.
O. WOOLDRJDGK, Assignee.
Memphis. December 5, 1 877. wed
KOTICE IX BASKRlPTUy.
In tbe District Court of the United States for the
District of West Tennessee In the matter ot A. J.
and Fred. M. White In Bankruptcy.
TBK undersigned hereby gives notice of bis ap
pointment as assignee of A. J. and Fred, AT.
White, ot Aiemphls, Shelby county. Tennessee.
O. W'XILDRIDUE, Assignee.
Memphis. December 5. 1877. wed
KOTICE IX BAXKBl'PTCY.
In the District Court of tha United States for the
District of West Tennessee In the matter of A.
H. Duncan In bankruptcy.
nUIK undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
JL polntment as assignee of A. IL Duncan, oj
SprLug Hill, Henry eouiity, Tennessee
O. WOOLDKliXjE, Assignee.
Memphis. December 5. 1877. wed
KOTICE IX BA!t I4.K IT FXvJY.
In the District Court of the United Stntcs for the
District of West Tennessee In tbe matter of L.
A. Thomas In banknitc.
rrHR imderslgned hereby gives notice of his sp
J polntment ss ssslgnee of L L Thomas, of
Brownsville, Haywood county, Tennevee.
O. WOOLDRlIMiJi, Assignee.
Memphis. December 5. 1877. wed
XOXICK IX BANKRUPTCY.
In tbe District Court of the United States for the
District of Vest Tennessee In tbe matter of
W. B. Dickinson A Co., viz: W. B. Dickinson, B. F.
Dickinson and J. W. Dickinson, In Bankruptcy.
r I villi undersigned hereby gives notice or his ap-
-L polntment as assignee or W, B. Dickinson, B.
F. Dickinson, of Memphis, Shelby county, Tenn.
v. WOOLDRIDGK, Assignee.
Memphis, December 5, 1877. wed
XOTICE IX BAXRBIPTCY.
In the District Court of the United States for tne
District of West Tennessee In the matter ot
James H. Martin In bankruptcy.
fTVHS undersigned hereby gives notice ot his sp-
JL polntment as assignee ot James H. Martin, of
Shelby county, Tennessee.
O. WOOLDRIDGK, Assignee,
Memphis, December 5. 1 877. wed
CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
No. 2553. B. Chancery Court of Shelby County
John Zent vs. Chas. H. Myers et sL
By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en
tered In the above cause on the 14th day of July,
1877, I will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder. In front ot tbe clerk and master's otuce.
courthouse building, Main street, Memphis, Tennes
MatwjrdayTDeeeaitaea fswt. 1S77.
within legal hours, the following described property,
situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, and In the
city of Memphis, to wit: Beginning at the southwest
comer of a lot owned by Mrs. Lucy A. Williams and
running thence west with Market street IVs feet to
s stake; thence north and parallel with Mrs. Wil
liam's lot to tbe south line of a lot known at "Vaulx
hHll Harden.-" thence east with the south line of
" Vaulxhall Garden" lot to Mrs. Williams's northwest
comer; thence south with her west line to tbe begin
ning, on which is situated an excellent avTaUing
house. Terms of Sale On -a credit of seven and twelve
months, purchaser to execute notes with approved
security; leln retained to secure same, etc
This December 5, 1877-
. A. COLE, Clerk and Master:
By R. J. Black, D. C. and M.
L. B. M'Farland, solicitor. dec5 we
Chancery Sale of Real Estate.
No. 1376, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county
City of Memphis vs. Rhodes Clark et ux.
By virtue of a decree tor sale entered In the above
cause on the 27th day of November. 1 877, 1 will sell
at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of
the Clerk and Master s onion, courthouse building.
Main street, Memphis, Term., on
Hatnrday, January 19, 1878.
within legal boars, the following described property,
situated In Shelby county, Tenn., and dty ot Mem
phis, to-wlt: Lot No. 82, frosting on tbe north side
ot Bradford street 50 feet, and running back from
said street 150 feet; bounded north by an alley; east
by Jones avenue, and west by lot No. 81.
Terms of Sale On a credit of 7 months; note
with approved surety required; lien retained and
equity ol redemption barred. This Dee. 18. 1 877.
K. A. CoLK, Clerk and Master.
By B. J. Black. Deputy C. and M.
8. P. Walker and J. W. Hampton, att'ys. tha
Chancery Sale of Real Estate.
No, 2205), R. -Chancery Court of Shelby county
Pierre Dupuy vs. John Gorman et al.
By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en
tered In the above cause on the 14th day of Febru
ary, 1877, affirmed by the Supreme Court, and re
newed, etc, June 2tt, 1877. and December 18, 1877,
I will sell at public auction, to the highest bldeer. In
front of the Clerk and Master's office, Courthouse
Building, Main street, Memphis, Term., on
Matnrday. January 1, 1878,
within legal hours, the following described property,
situated in Shelby county, Tenn., to-wlt: Nolen's
Lot Lot No. 18, In Johnson and Murphy's subdi
vision of part ot lot No. 508, In the city sf Mem-
bls: Beginning at the southwest corner of said
ot, on the north side of Exchange street; thence
east with said street 5KVl feet; thence north 58 feet
to the south side of Alabama street; thence north
with said street 531,3 feet; thence south 7t)i feet to
the beginning. Sold as the property of James Nolea.
Terms ot Sale On a credit of six months; notes
with Interest from date, with approved security.
Euuity of redemption barred, etc
This December 20, 1 87 7.
EDMUND A. COLK, Clerk and Master. '
By R. J. Black. D. C and M.
H. C. King. Solicitor.
CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
IRON FENCE, ETC
No. 775, N. R. Chanoery Court of Shelby County
T. A. Nelson, executor of John Trigg, deceased, vs.
M. L. Trigg et aL
By virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en
tered In the above cause on the 5th day of July.
1877, and renewed and amended October 18 and
December 4, 1877. 1 will -sell at public auction, to
the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and -Mas-tor's
office, courthouse building. M iln street, Mem
phis, Tennessee, on
Bataruay, January 5, 1878,
wlthl.i leyal hours, the following described property,
situated in Shelby and Tipton count . Tenn., to-wlt:
1. Two brick tenements (.-uid lot) on Front row.
In the city of Memphis, commencing 20 feet from
the corner of Attains streut and Frout row and run
ning back riS feet.
2. Tbe remainder and all other Interest that the
estate of John Trigg, deceased, has In a lot and
building thereon, situated on the northeast comer ot
Adams and ront streets, and Just south of tha
above. In which Mrs. M. L. Trigg, wife of said dece
dent, has a life interest. -
Also the following tots, being portions of the sub
division of lands lying just south of Memphis made
by C. C Burke, said lanus lying between the Her
nando mad and the Mississippi river, the same being
lots heretofore sold and tbe terms of sale not com
piled with by purchasers, to-wlt:
3. Lots 54, 5rt, 57 ad r!2. fronting on south side
of Lucy avenue, and lot HI fronting on north
side of Lncy avenue; tots tV, 07 and 72. fronting on
north side of Trlpg avenue, and all between l-Uluun
avenue and Orleans street.
Also, lots Nos. 87, f8. MH, 102. 103 105 snd 10rt,
fronting on Lucy avenue, and Nos. 115 and 110,
fronting on Trbrg avenue, and all lying esst or tbe
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad, and containing
about one acre each, save lot 100 which
4. Lot 11 8, containing 6 47-100 acres; lot 119.
containing 7 35-100 acres, fronting on west side of
Mississippi and Tenneaaee railroad.
5. Lot 125. containing 4 75-1(10 seres, fronting
near 'west side of Horn Lake road: also, tot 130.
containing 4 85-100 acres; lot 131, containing
5 00-100 acres: tot 132. containing 8 85-100 acres;
lot lad, containing 05-100 acres; lot 137, con
taining 0 05-100 acres, lot 1 40, containing 10 30
100 acres, all lying between the Horn Lake road and
the Mississippi river, and sooth of Division street.
L Also, portions of a certain tract of about 130O
acres ot land situated In Tipton county, Tennessee,
which has been surveyed by C C Burke twbo re
ports that the Centennial Cut-oft has placed nearly
1000 acres under the bed of tbe Mississippi river i,
snd which Is In range D, section 5, on said river, the
said cut-off leaving 83 75-100 acres on the main
land, and 805 75-100 acres on the Island.
A, The tract containing 83 75-100 acres begins at
a stake on the bank of the Mississippi river: tbeoce
down said river with Us meanders north 75 deg
west 10 chains; north 7tttfe deg west 32 chains;
south E21i deg west 8 chains and 8 links; south 43
d-g weft 11 chains and 50 links; thence east 5d
chains and HO links to the point of beidririlnR ail
open land, etc
H. The tract containing 8D5 75-1 00 seres begins
at a stake on the bank of tbe Mississippi rtver. or
Centennial Cut-off. at the dividing line between C.
A. Stoeklers and John Trigg's land: thence north
W7 chains snd 14 links to a small oottonwood
marked T on tbe bank of Old river; thence up Old
river south 71 deg east 11 chains: south 5(1 dw
east 13 chains; south 4tllx deg east 12chalns; south
aeg east 1 i enains: soutn iu a eg east i chains
and HO links: south M deg east W chains: smith 1 81a
aeg east chains: south 7 deg east 2 chains; soutn
12 deg east tt chains and 44 links; south 80 deg
east H chains: south 71 deg west rt chains; south
2KV deg east 5 chains and 2D links; south 8 deg
east 5 chains and 80 links to the point or entrance
ot Centennial Cut-off; thence down said Cut-off
chains; north 85 deg west it chains; south 84M dec
west li chains ami HO links; south rl4 deg west 5
chains and 13 links: south rlst deg west u chains
and 80 links to the point of beginning of uhleli
there Is 175 acres open land and In cuiuraliati. with
eight tenant houses; fencing moderate ;y guad, etc.
ror full particulars, see putts at othce.
7.. Also, the Iron-fencing around or in front of the
Trim bouieatead. south of and near Memphis, snd
other movable fixtures on the place belonging to
Terms of Bala The real estate to be sold on a
creditor A. 1 2 and 1 8 months; notes with approved
surety bearing Interest from date; lieu retained as
further surety, and equity of redemption barred.
The personally lobe sold for cash. This December
, 1877. K. A. COLK. Clerk and Master.
By h, j. Biack, Deputy c and jl.
Kortrecht or Craft, H. Clay King. Kstes Kllett, H.
e Smith, and L. B. McJaxlaud. et aL, SoUdton. fj
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