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THE MEMPHIS DlJY PPKJG NOVEMBER 539, 1878.
It U LUOA b T I ME-TA IJLE8. Looltvllle and KaltTlilr and. Urtit Nontuern. LKAVB. Exp vs. 1,t:' (expt .-at.) 1 1 :.Vi p.ui.j flf) p. m. Mttl.dlliv .Ml WO a.m.1 :15 a-IT. U' in.e Accoir. iiodation.; I da I) exv Sundays). .. 4:1s p.m.! On S..l'in! ti. press ri i:mn:j to M herizle, con necting for .N ilili.e. Jfrsupliin and fhnrlrnton. Uitl. AKHIVE. (City time) Mll Express Train. daMj rj.-iOultfM 11:4.". a.m. bo ariile Auconiuiuuaiiori : i dV.j (j-xcept Sunday) -. 4 10 p.m. i 7t.m. B'vil June I" n Aoc., Oallj j (ex4", t Hillniavsl ! ; 3tlnnlalilppl and Tniriwr. UUVB. AHKIV. N Orleans Mall, dally... I .'MK p.m :12.:i5 pru. bard. a AivotiiiiHid...n,uii- i lex.vpt aurid.-tysi. .'( :( ) p.m. : t:20 .uu Frl ;tii and tvuininoTD. j U i r ("x-"fff Suml t. . . ) 7:15 a mi fVOOpm. Memph'n nnd Iltllf Rork. I M.l Train, dally V'f.sM, dal!y-xcept Sur:.). 5-OD p.m. .'!' a :n. 11:40 p.m. n'iM p.m. I'.idarnh and JlrmphlM. M 11 pasen:;'r trnln.dall: : 15 p.m. ItJIi) a.m. 7 ! h in f :i ) p m FINANCIAL. Yo.-terJav Ij i ij Thar.k(?mn? ilav, ami a ho'.htay, :ir Irinks w . re clo.-ed. The Ne Yoik IVurhi, .f M:uliy. ret rts: "The nclringei ot New 'it ar last n- ml'J by t("if tratiri as IoII.ihk: ttav.tunx.li. ' ir Pi l-i premium; Charleston, 1 lwflj Premium; S'lt i Irlrali. Ijrl dl.-cnint; et. I.iiuls. f )3 per SI' " p endu'ii; I'lilcvo, par ! 2."c pre mlini: uik! H Mai i:c priiituiii. A ymr injolhe southern r.ito .-ii Nt-w York was :I-ldf.;., lt?.outt. arid Cblcagu was drawing at Id k-i I H-r IOin) cils cu int. airl money was worth 4'5 on call In New Yorrt." Thu New Yum lJ-rn!it repurts that tiie ese la tin loan in i'kt !n lncre.ut il by Hit b.ttf r ttnie f th li:uiic!iil t-Hlt'o.i III E:u:hiiiI, wm rn thu kink of K. l;.hihI iilrctor r. du.vj tue inliilmiim ni o' ill tCMint from rt to pr oe it. Tin New York Tiiif.ot Tiit-sil-ty, rt ports mat S"crcU'yS!it-r mart fp!,ilr(n tliHt unUss -:iirreiilcicrHsOlll:errlj th! law on rt-s jmptio'i or n:ia pauitnt by the U )iTnni-iit of the L mtwl S.:iton th first day of Ine :ipro ichli)g new jear mil be carried out. tireer. .n:ki uiil In exoinnRttl for coin, w nerever thy nny li pr-.e;itt'l, III sums of t."( or hi y multiple: ot ami hf will receive tiiein tor custom cl.itlea aril bjiuli wlirrevt-r tliey ni iy be olle.eil. l)f cour,-e It l to be unilersio.it! that In declillnir upon Uita line of ac.lon lii l obelni rallur the spirit ttian the lott-r of thu law. Tim latter aulhoilze him exiillcltly to reliu ItRAl-teiKlen oiilr at the Bii'i treair- In this cut. himI rtlrvm him lo reiiulre coin for etist nn due." Th Philadelphia bitriks nhow n ietdlne lo follow the tctlon of the Ne York Iniiki tllscred tlior ."liver. They f-xnect tte lowft pr oed ciiTeiiey wIM Iw used In paying tl-bt, ait I ar: "If a b iri'iitrhniise here Is dr.nwi on by a pirty at New Yoik thui'ili one or our bank for 1N n. Id. the b.tnk notified ihe bankers of the fa.'t, uud exiteoi. un ler tue Ne York arr int'em- lit. pay ment In trol l li triiiUMlrt.t. but ihe banklng- 110 ise. lot klinr ovr Its lipids. Hurts that It has 10(1. lt silver tl ill iri wllh vtliivh. in Uer ths law. ttits Ke York di.i'l may b p ild, and hd lei. tiers thus dollar s t tne l ink Imiiltnu Hie draft. Can tne If ink here refuse ihem and have the draft rolested It Is annouiKvd lh.it Hie. linllatln National bank, oil o the best inn.ae.l and most cjiisenrallve bir.ks In t lid countiy. will ' T1U.;J Its -fn!il f urn S I ..".imi.ii(0 to $ 1 .0 Ml.ftfti i. Tiie r.diull-'n of Ihe tiij.ii-il of tne ill i'l o iiril:es a total of about 1 .0 i (H) cp't.il that h.ift ht e.i v.llhi!ran ftorn the baiikir i; business In Yoiivslnre 17-1 Tu sarplus ot tl:e N'tw YoM; banks o is. spiviKlng collectively, been redi c d aber SI !.' Mhcj within t lie suite tiiije, Tne tun will dure when the horrmeri of money win fe.d this h ivy de -re te In b i.!c fae l.t:es, iintl vtlien they will move Pi self ilt-Mise In favor of the n-tinc-tlonotllio l.n.itloii whlirh Is ('lined (it the stock holdfs In P inks, b ,t v hi -li lal s upon and Is paid ly the b rowers of in tney." The experiments In Isetrltlty an "playl.is ho"wlth ut stocks. The Kew Orleans JUn-x, ot TueMl.iy. aiil: ' I he princi pal sunjen for cossip on t'aiindelet slieet today w is the sale of t.'ii f hares of ths New Or enns (;as llttlit cun pan y at S7:t I er shara, a dtxliue of 5 per share since Kilday evening." MM' TEl.EC, X .171 PARIS. November 2S Kive per c-nt. rentes. Ttfec fora-ctiutlt Tiie l a ik Kia:i;e statement shows an Increase In sitvcte ft r the week ot 10, luu.ooii trance LON'iiOV, November Sliver closed at TO 1 1-ltid per o inoe t'nl.ed States I) nds 414", lO'lij. lhtWs. Ir-iMi; new, fs I0H.I4; Erie, Idla; preterreJ. ; I minds t'ei.tnil. 7lda: Peunjlvanla t'-ntral, :ijla, Nw Jery teritral, .'12; Heading. J 2' t'cusols both money and accounts, ttolo-lO. Co 1 1 i. The cotlon t-xobanarti vfs'er.lay wnn closed, and oo is?ij -n-ly no business of Imnortnncs was trausicte.1. U"low we give the receipts, shipmeLts aud stjck, us repanej to tns exchanite: GOTTI.S FXfHNHB. I Memphis, November 28, lti78. f 8to;k on hind 3(.f temher 1, 1878... W54 Beelved to-day 2.4o5 Heived previously ltd. hps it9,:)5:i ghlppol toiaf 4 404 10l).:i07 Shipped previciLsly 2rt .h:M ;i'l,240 Stock, runnliic; account ti7,OH7 IliroltTd. Thus f:T this week 20,.rtS4 Thus far last week 1U,2:)2 Since Seyti-uiber 1st 'Ui'inii Memphis and Charleston ral'riad ES2 Mississippi and Tennestee Kallrosd . 24 1 Louisville, Nashville and tlreat Southern R.K. 22 Patlucali and Menipuls ral.roiul IP Memphis und Little Itock ralKvay 2od fctiin-rs 7i:i Wagons and olhtr sources (KM) Tolil 2,455 EX.P0BT3. Thus Tar this wek 11 ,'.'27 Thus firlt-st week 12.1'.1 Blnje boptember 1st M.JCR.B. 2h:i M. AT. K. It 742 L. Jc K. U. b. B. K 7lK) 1 Hteamers, north 7 bteain-rs, south 2.1S2 By rail, n3rt!i 107:t lif rail, sou'.h 742 Total 4,404 UENEKAL Tit A DK. Yt'siotil tv was Tli-.ultPijivitiir o.iy antl the ti.tnks wer? c:osd; a sift ot k ilvai.k tra.le ivs car rltl on In the city, but bu-lte-ss : n!d verv well have b-WT su tpe:id sl. and our K'Ue.-al ma. ket report has next to nothing lo siio.v iuop- than the report vt liie tl iy berore. KKKI), l-.T1'.-f '.-ii divs not cu ie U ) to expecta tions or hoi ters. ami some ear that ft'is been on the in irk t a tl .y or two was stii.'d; l.i.-t sales of ar c iro. 4 "xr It -: s!i.'!le.t cori. 4"f; In store, r."c; fle oa tiie in iiket of 7o s.u-Us of ear-corn at 4.1c s tie n' .'h.'i sacks of Uhm rivr p its a' 2 '!!. tne rate or a we -k a-:ln store. :i.",c. nnthloir lo:ii 1 tst siiles at Sl.'l; In store, 7"r c per cwt. Jl ! so ne ao.in y. 1. ul at 1 .v i'rli es; sales of S"i Hil l 121 b lies 1 lime li iy at s-12. and 210 bales at 3M2 ill); tw 1 car ltmis of ctiolre tliuthr at S14 tiiurntitritl lower. ale of 2(kl barrels at jl E:jr fctea l at .i :'.'ii(,i 7." lor cm retit yr..'ej. Krtlir.-i AN1 VK .hr Vrl.F.-i -.1 f--l 2.".? 1 "7o on laiitiln . rind tpnc:; In stoie, ;-l 7-"J2.-ll; exti i tpullty, sl 7rv '..' . . i-no iimvcni' nt, 1rtopl:i: In sto e, ?j 7.-(,?2 o."; sale or .r:0 bar rels at -si liil. The condition ot potatoes ts dull; shipments are of v-r intt-rior tpiall v. HoUI os a -nan that tiie crop Is Ik- 1 w wants, untl some of them utorts Cie.r rec-f.s, ardlftiwlMt l::;;aer prrces. timet int-it-, Si a ban el. 0';.. s-1 25,? 1 73 cm lai lit.!;; In s' Te. SI 7i?2: line. S I. Cufcfci?;, f7f?s a hundred.- round 1 Is, Sd(?tl o0; crates, M 'AHi-i "0. rurnii in hlor. 75c a Parrel. r.irviii, S2 a biiind. i.r ' h ?o Hlbftl a b irrel cir i'.'.t. tU ."itlitd a bjr.e'. I.-i.n., Ssi 2d. ' t".i -c itar 1, 12c a poum'. C tltin,it sp 1 ."II a box. 1- ' ilinonilc. T ir;i!?. n', IP?; I r.i.lPm. Pc; pec lor, Texas. tllbirts, 14 .'; pearnits. 4c per po mil; t"c i.i, fr." Ier hun dred f'nii'f -lim es, r4',2'.'; (leachii, 4'? V. 'r,i .' -ri . S7 50.7 H a b irnd. K : . r 1 1 I K t. I c. -- E-. lemalnpd un chann tl :.t ; 1,1-2 ' a di-ypn. '.'"'.. r -i ' t.s : cum in 'i. ".? 1 1 c; motllnni, l:P"ii; - hole we-ten, 17' in cic.imttry, '.'ti ' ,v ut rem lined he. ivy, l'.lt!iu ht .1 2"w2 ."0. t" iii ouu M ics; dreio'd, i t"n ad '.-11. 7 .'.., in n!ii:t-l tit - 111 l'i't. at -?7,7 ii;ct a M2; dre-ert, Il-l 1 15c a Io 1T..I ..-.., S2 Zoti'i ." adoz-:. .. f lt.ri. '' -ct,niB..,i, yi r r 01 ; uiallaitN. V iti's. l I 25 perteo. A' i''i'.v, SI PH.? 2 pf r uozen. fiiri-iU, Slii 1 2.1 p: r doeii. ixr, i'.il fif bytho circis; sndJle:', 7l.iT. Iti'f'"'- lukv Jih, ii'i dc per pound. HO.i I'll tfil VT AND MEiT. (."-clear s'ils. p:ick-l, -t-5 ' 47sc; c'rar tVt, packed. 4"'s.74:!c; HhovliP-rs. p.'K-kfl. 'J'.e; clear puk hides. Icose, 41 f". ;! tr rtr poik s ils, loose. 4::.,-r4l:!c; lo.TiC '-P ar 1 oik sld 's. looc-, 4-sC; shouMerH. I'MtSe, :'? :ii s-: si ear u:ed bMiis, p uke i, fc ' ;;; brtsiciast b.i Hip. paeke J.rtrt r't 7c; mess pork, 50. Lirl -t'eices, ti-'w'r''.if-; t-ails. 7,v'7 i:iii. Ill Sf K L 1 . a N Kor .. - '.' M bairels 5:b-no s. Ss ritbr'.i. I'i i;-mel uin navy. S2if2 25 a bniiel. firiw. 1 2c 1st pound. ICZ lit. H .RaKS -The follow tin .'.re. I. Kor;c.sl's quotations: Ctun no 1 sad.lie horses. Ssii,? 100, extra t!o.. Sit 0 ?1I5; N 1. 1 do , trl 4tir 175; Kxid plu- work horses, Mi;!7 75. M ilm - 1 4 to 1 II3 hands, Sd."? K5: 14l-t I 15. f-.i.7 I 10; beai; diHy nin es, 5lj t) ldls hrtiitis. Slolbi 175. Tr ice Is prettv goctl. print Ipiliy suppiylpi; city demand, especially lor ffO'.lf 100 MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE Jladcaud Krpaired bv iirtl NppodiI w I reef. OUR STORE, 322 Frout Street, TS aaln open for bu'lrie-'s. The bu-lnoss will be JL coutlaued as htictornre. CHARlKS POTTFR CO. "I "S Inform our friends and the public generally that we are ready for business ecaln, and hope to receive a ll!eral share cf public patron -e. Hjuse and tleneral Painting, Kalsoniinlug. Pnper rJauR- lngs, Wln.luw-sb.adcs, etc Country orders promptly attended U UUUK &, I.aCiUII.Iv. si!) Hccona titreet. ac-oni.ng i 1 iju aniy. i.imc. ihij.j 91. m 00 1 er birrel. H . w.-re In itood ilemand; dry tllnt. 14c; dry salt, lil?l2" Kfeen. ." i , trr.TIi fait, 7c. Til'.-iir, ',. 'ic, iv'.ir, 22c. 7;...(f-llax, 2? t . tlx I Pi I I :,r: (I IV itiui li nm. nil .. Jiiti, i, ii 'ii 1 1- pel oi. .tine, c iro It IYER NEWS. WratheVand Uivera. The t-.ible and dispatches t)?!ow irive official f.artlci;! vrs concerning the weather and rivers: Orrtrr Kiusal SXRnca Ob.. II. 8. A., I Mkhi'HIs, Novt-uilier 2S tHils. I Above low water. Changes. STATIOKS. Klse Inches Inches Fail Feet. ; Inches Calm ; 10 4 Cincinnati 27 45 iMveiiport i 2 '.i 1 Oubuutie , 3 4 1 Helena. Ar!t Keokuk :t - Lavenwo. lb 5 M . Utile Hock Louisville 11 12 Mt-niiilila 4 7 3 Nashville K 4 tiW New Orleans. 14 -i Pittsburg IH H ShrevefK)rt. H 10 4 L l.ouis .. V 4 2 Vtrk-b'inc ' "below hlich water mark of 1K74. LOCAL OHKU VATIONS YESTERDAY. Time. Weather. 7 KM) ara. 2si0 p.m. Clear. Clear. P H Ml p.lu Clesr. M.ivlm.iiti tliwrini. nieler f.'J rlutf Minimum thermometer. ;trt deif. F. M. N.KAL, Private, big. Ser., U. S. 1. By TelrajrapU. CINCINN ATI, November 2.-R!ver 28 feet and rls'iuc; cloudy and cold, bepartetl: Laura Lee, New O. leans. KVANSVILLE. November 28. Blver rising. 10 fe t lar;e; business dull: 110 outside boats; cold and clear; lo-.-rcuiy 35 degrees. ST. I.oris. November J8. Arrived: Colorado, Vlcksburg. bepartetl: Colorado. Vlcksburg. River risen 2 Inches with fjlv to Cairo; clear and pleasant. NRW ORLK4NS, November 2S. No arrivals. In-parted: A. J. Bakr and harnes, St. Louis; Henry Frank. Memphis. Clear, and thermometer now 54 de.; heavy frost repotted this morning. PITTiBL'Ri?, November 2S. River 17 feet Inches Rr.d rl.slnic. Weather cloudy and cold. At Oil City the Allegheny Is 7 feet 2 Inches and rising. Kaluliig at Brownsville; Moimrigahela Is 25 feet and rising Mlit Hlv-r 111 feet and Using steadily; WiatPer cloudy, and netting cold. Bronsvllle re ports 22 feet and falling slowly. No reports from the upper Allegheny. CAIHO, November 23. Arrived: James D. Par ker, 4:emphli.4 a.111 ; Andy Baum, Cincinnati, tt p.m.: hell Memphis. Vlcksbun;. :i p.m.; City of Htlena, St. Lculs, ,'t p.m. Departed: James D. Parker, Clnc'ttnatl, 5 p ru.; Iron Mountain, New Orleans, it p.m.; Andy Biutn, Memphis, pni.; Helle Memphis, SL Louis, 4 p.m.; City ot Helena, Vtfksburg.7p.ru Ktver 10 feet and lislng; clear. 3l0Temrnti nt tbe Eevee. ARRIVALS. tieorge W. Cheek, Friars Point; Phil Allln, Fren ths; Oo.iclilta B. lle, Arkansas City; C. K. Peck, BL LojIs: Annie P. Silver, New Orleans. DEPARTURES. John A. Sc-Jdder. New Orleans; Annie P. Stiver, Ft Louis; Vint Shlnkle. Cincinnati; Batesville, at. Friiicls rtver; Oeore W. Cueek, Fttars Poln'; Phil Allln, 1'reutl.ss; Ouachita Belle, Arkansas City. IN" PORT. Belle of Texas, C. K. Feck, Thompson Dean. BOATS DUE. ixiim Thomas Stlerl-ck, City of Helena. f ' toahoma, Josle Harry, Cliy of Helena, Golden Cron. BOATS LEAVIXCi THIS DAY. Friars Point Coahoma, James Lee mater, 5 pm. VK K.-ui Rfi City of Helena. I. H. M'Kee master, 10 a.m. t. Louis-GranJ Tower, Geo. Lenox master, 5 p 111. New OitLEANs-Thompson Dean, James H. Pep per ma der, 5 p.m. Nkw Oulkans Tliomai Sherlock, Lew Kates master, 5 p. m. Cisf isNATi-Golden Crown, W. P. Walker master, 5 p. m. KeeelDts Vesterday. John A. Scudder 52 barrels flour and a lot or sun di ies. Annie P. Silver 27 hogsheads sugar, 200 barrels molases, 1 HO sack . salt. Phil Allln - 20 bales cotton, 12 bats seed-cotton, 7lO sacks cotton-sted, 135 sacks corn. lieorge W. Chetk 130 tales cotton, 42 bags seed cotton, 447 eacks cottou-seed, and a lot of sundries. C. K. Peck 1254 barrels and half-barrels Hour, loo bairels hominy and grits, 20 barrels mtal, 700 sacks bran. Ouachita Belle 134 bales cotton, 15 bags seed eotloh, 15(1 sacks cotton-seed, K0 hogsheads suga-, lull Uurels molasses, ltd packages sundries. Levee Paragraphs. The weather yesterday was e'ear and pleas-nt The levee continues to be crowded witu freight. The local packets lett yesterday with good tilps The C. K. Peck, from St. Louis, put Off here 2074 packages freight. - The levee Is getting dry-that Is, the mud. Oh, you are Just too sharp. The river has 1 Isen three Inches In the past twenty four hours at this point. Business, notwithstanding It was Thanksgiving day, was rushing on the levee. That matinee.' oh, that matinee! Did you go there; f not, jou mlssd a grand treat. The Hattle Norland, Captain James Reese, Is the Satunlay packet for all points on Arkansas river. Captain William J. Ashford, or the Ill-fated A. J. White, returned to the city on t' e Cheek yesterdav. The Thomas Sherlock. Captain Lew Kates, Is due down to-day on her waj to New Orleans. M. L. Vlr den Is her cleik. The ( ha-. . Cbootenn firmed bntrfr from Hriftm, Her freight tor Memphis was reshlpped on the Ou.t 'hita Belle. The Holtien Crown. Ciptalu Wm. P. Walker. Is due up to-dav, bound for Cincinnati. Eugene Shlnkle is her attentive cleik. "Hoys." did you get plenty of thanksgiving yester day? We know or one Individual that bad more than he could carry. The receipts by river yesterday were light, but It Is aecmrted lor becausa farmers were unable to haul cotton to the river. J ha Annie P. Silver passed up for St Louis last nUlitwIth 1000 tons of freight, consisting of mo lasses, sugir and salt. The Jjbn A. Sculder passed down yesterday wllli 1 2o0 tons of freight. She added here 457 bales of cotton and 31H0 sacks of oll-eake. Thu Grand Tower, Captain Georgfl Lf nox, is the Anchor-line packet this evening at rive o'clock, for St. Louis. Thomas White Is her clerk. Two hundred and seventy-six bales of cotton, 69 sacks seed-cotton, and 1310 sacks cotton-seed, were the receipts by local packets yesterday. The City or Helena, Captain I. H. M'Kee. Is the Anchor-Hue packet this morning at ten o clock for Vlcksburg. George Walton Is her clerk. Shoot ttw "Wini," Shlnkle. There must have been a bung loose In ons of those barrels of whisky; but then comparisons are odious, you know. Captain Kd Thomas, formerly of the Coahoma, was a passenger on the Ouachita Belle yesterday morning. Captain Ed goes out as clerk of the Katydid. The Vint Shlnkle deDtrtr d last evening for Cln- clnrjati w th 150 bales eUton, 50 bales rags, 2o tons way fr ight, 15 cabin passengers and a good many on aecK. The Andy Bauiu, Captain IL J. Vinton, will be found in port to-dav, and will leave to-n orrow even ing at liva o'clock for Cincinnati. M. M. Deem Is her cle:k. Ttw Josle n.-irrv. Cautaln Milt R. Harir. Is due to day from White river, and returns again to that .-tream to-morrow evening at five o'clock. Colonel J. I1. Moore is her clerk. The oahoma, Captain James Lee In command. Is the regular packet this evening at five o'clock for Friars Point and all way landings. Wm. 8uiitb.tr is her clerk, Hsststed by Jimmy Thomas. The sireat Tbo.upson bean. Captain Jam.93 II. pepper, is the tegular packet this evening at five o'clock for New Orleans and the bends. V. G. En t Iken is In charge ot her orlloe, assisted, by Sterrltt ivpuer. The John A. Fcudder passed down yesterday. She la-lone list of six hundred and twenty-nine bales ol ecllou shipped from St. Louis to New Oileans. Nevtr mind. in a few mo: e years -St. Louis merchants will ship their cotton to Memphis as the nearest market. Tiie Thomas Sherlock, one of the best packc ts on the river, with Clonel Lew Kates on the roof, leaves fi r Nt-w Oi leans at tlv o'clock this evening. Pas sengis and shippers df-slrliig business with a first clas beat will liud none betier suited to tnelr taste or style than tl.e Sherlt ck. Passengers and shippers hsvlng business at Louisville or Cincinnati, u -e hereby notified that the Golden Crow n, W. P. Wa ker, loaster, w 11 leave this dayattwdve o'clock. Good fare and berths, and sti let attention to all orders lnfusted to the officers of tliis boat Is the motto emblazoned ou the Crown's star:y Msg. Jim Banks, a deck-hand employed on the steamer John A. Sccdder, met with an accident yesterday mi. rniinr. wLlle ti e boat was at Hope-field tak'ng on Cotton. 1 ho hands were dumping cctt- n oft the cits, when one or tha bales tell ou the leg of Jim banks. Lreaktng It Just below the knee. Tbe officers rr '.lis Scui'tbr had him brought over on the ferry- b int. and db was taken to the Hospital, where every attention will I given htm by Dr. Thornton, who is In 1-hs.rge of that Institu'itm. 239 31A1X JSTKKET. 259 , WIG'S NEW Mliing House THKKE C031PL&.TI: STOCK Gents', Boys' and Youths' Cloth ing and Furnishing Goods IX O.VK. Having pii'fh.ised the following well-known stocks at FIfTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, to-wlt: J. C. YfAKD i CO., SPKOULE & JTCOWX, Auil an entire Xerr Stock direct from the Eastern Factories, I am prepared to offer Greater Inducements In CLOTIllXG THAN ANY HOUSE IS THIS SECTION. S. VENDIG, 5!) Main St.. Xext Door to Menken Bros. CARVER GIN and MACHINE CO. Manufacturers of COTTOJt-GINS AM) PRESSES. ltrpalrlBjr Cotton-Ulna a Hperlalty iyyr Fhelby and aiTull streets. Bar. Thet1 W ind. . :io.2i 37 w. ho. is r, 1 s.w. ;io.20 44 s.w. km C TREAD WELL, A. B. TREAD WELL. .C.&A.B.TRE (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. sy Consignments of Cotton solicited and Liberal Advances made on same. All Cotton insured while in store, as well as that consigned to us by river, unless otherwise instructed. THE partnershla heretofore existing between JOHN E. BANDLE. J. W. HEATH and A S. LIVF.R MOHE, under the name of Handle. Heath A. I.lvrrmorf, has been dissolved by the death of Mr. J. W. HEATH. The surviving partners will continue the business under the name ot ltandle A l.lvrrmorr, und SWIclt a coDtl nuance of the ps-tronage here'ot ire extended The new llrua assum-s all the liablliUes of Handle, Heath 4 Llverm jre, and will collect outstanding debts. CHICKASAW IRON WOBIS Randle & Livermore, Proprietors, No. 98 Second Street, Memphis, Tenn., ABE now prepared to receive orders for Cotton Presses, Horsa Powers, Gin Gearlne, House Fronts, Gen eral Repairs, Iron and Brass Castings, or anything in the Foundry or Machine Shop line. Promising good work and faithful attention to the wants of our customers, we solicit your continued orders. XL UKRA.lt & R1DGELY, Merchant Tailors, o. 38 Madison Street Take pleasure in notifying their frienda and the public generally that they have re opened their store with a new, lars;e and fujl Stock of the very Latest Styles of imported goods. Prices moderate. We solicit those who contemplate ordering their Fall and Wintor Clothing to give us a call. MITIRAV A KIU6KLY' R. S. JONES. Jones, Brown COTTON" - FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Prosit Are now open and read; to attend to nil business Intrusted to their care. Liberal Advances made on Cot ton In Stors or Transit BAGtiiNti, TIE3 and PLANTATION SUPPLIES furnished at Lowest Market Kates IMPOHTEB AND WINES, LIQTJOES & CIGARS, Ko. l-i Union street, Memphis, Tenn. SIMON FEUCHT. JACOB BLOCK. HOLE AUtNTM I'ORTHE CELEBKA1 KD "I'OSl'JI HOLLOW DIITILLEKY.' FEUCHT & BLOCK, WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS, "iR "ASSSSSiV I NO. 314 FRONT STHEET, MEMPHIS. TENN. M. I. MEACHAM. A. W. ROBEItTS. And Salt KO, 9 US ION STKEtT. : A, VACCAliU. V. fACCAEO. A. YACCARQ CO., ISIPOBTERS A5I) DEAJLEKS I3T WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, Wo. S24 "Frotst street, SI empiiis. Mr. Irby Boyd has been Admitted as a 1'arluer In our business from November 1st. A. M. BOYD SON. A. II. BOYD. ALSTON BOYD. IKBV liaVI). 1. Have Removed to 336 Front Street, corner Union liooms G, 7 and 8, Magnolia Block. Have never Closed during the Epidemic. EDMUND ORGILL, New York. G. L. DSNI30N. . A S. M'NEAL. Our Stock of Goods is Fresh and Complete, and shall be pleased to receive your Orders. 'J he Largest Assortment of Hardware, Outleryf-Machinery And 12111 Supplies, to be found in the city. IROX PIPE, MACHINERY FIXTURES, GUM AND LEATHER BELTING. 181 B If B 5. W L SUCCESSOR TO F. Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, SILVERWARE, SPECTACLES, FANCY GOODS, ETC., 50. 1 CLARK'S MARBLE BLOCK, MEMPHIS, TEXX. AXDUK1V STEWART. AXDKK1V I. UIVYKKK, P. II. HAY LEV, Xew Orleans. Memphis. Memphis. STSW1ET, GWTMNE3C0. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Kos. 350 and 358 Front St., Memphis, Temi. AM Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, Louisiana. Harpmann Bro. Muafaetarers, Importers and Jobbers of Cigars, Chewing, Smoking Tobacco and Pipes Xo. 28 Slain Wireet, 5Ieiiipiii, Tenn. "OABTIES wishing to rurchase any of the nbove ju vi ucic. jjirn imvLo auu UUUJLI UOUiO 1-5 OUT S. S. TREAD TEIL ADM& GO. TREADWELL 4 RRO?.) W. N. BHOWN DEALER IN J. B. rOSTON. E. E. MEACHAM. Agents, : : JIEMPniS, TESW. A. B. TACCABQ. BR If. CLARK & CO., articles should give us a call before purchasing else- lliU.Lj, JOHN T. WILLINS IQ Memphis Cooperage Manufacturing Com'y. OS AMD A ITKB SOVKMBKK FIRST WE win b able to fill all orders for OIL-BARBELS. MOLASSES-BARBELS. KEGS, of all sizes, and SLACK COOFLKAUE, in any quantity. We have succeeded In getting a large stock of the best material on band belore we were conulled to suspend oiratlons on account of the prevailing epluemia All orders addressed to the secretary, rjf . IH MudinoB Htreet, will, after the above daS, secure prompt attention. Memiiis Cooperage & MTg Co. W J. MnriMnTT. SMtvitanr University HigU Self ool FOB YOUAO AMJ ItOY. IVOS 6. TYLF.H, I. A., tTnlTersity ol Vu.1 frincUal. J. I. NTEWABT, Assistant. rpHE Trustees of this Institution have spared nr .L pains or ex pens to obtain the very finest tal eat for its nmunsement. Their object Is to establish a High Ertiool of the first order, to pnvnre young men for college, or foi tbe active duties of lite. Mr. Tyler comes among us, with the most exalted t9 timonials as to character, while bis decree oi faster of Arts, from the University of Virginia, Is In itself ample evidence of his attainments as a scholar. Of Mr. Stewart, it s scarcely necessary to speak. He lias for years conducted, with eminent success, a High School for boys in this community, where he has been a most acceptable teacher. This school will be opened on Monday, Novem ber 18th, on Alabama street, and will close tbe last of June. Terms SIS per qaartcr In Advance. t3tFor Circulars or other Information, addres It. It. HAl'KY, JI I. President Hoard of Trusters. 265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT Memphis. Tennessee. .A LAEQK LINK OF OODS! Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds and Silverware French Clocks and Fancy Goods, JOBBERS OF AMERICAN CLOCKS BJ-Kpalrlne of Watches, Jewelry and Clocks promptly attended to.flg Grand Re -Opening. THE FLORAL ESTABLISHMENT of the late FRED UOEBELS, on Second street, near Beale, Is now open, and Ladles andGentlemen are cordially Invited to come and look at the beautiful display of Cowers. All kinds of Floral designs, such as Wreaths, Crosses. Stars. Crowns, Bouquets and Baskets made to order at short notice, in the most artistic style. Cat flowers Always on Hand. THEODORE GOE8ELS, Administrator on Estate of F. Goebels. N. B. All persons Indebted to F. Goebels, de ceased, will please come foiward and settle Immedi ately, ana a;i to mom r . uoeDeis was lnaeDiea win bring iheir claims properly sworn to. T. GOEBELS, Administrator. Mkmpitts. Tr.ss.. November 22. 1H7H. Schoolfield, Hanauer & Co. Wholesale Grocers AND COTTOX FACTOBS, 256 Front Street, Memphis, OFFER to the Trade the following goods, just received: 1000 brls Cole's Celebrated Floor, 6000 lidls Ties, 2000 rolls Bagging, 700 bags Coffee, 100 packages New Molasses, And a Large and well Selected Stock ol every Article in our Line. Thanking onr Friends for past favors, we solicit Orders for tioods and Ship ments of Cotton. Memphis. Tenn, November 11, 1878. To the Lot-Owners of Elmwood Cemetery. DURING my Illness of yellow-fever. Interments were mada on a number of private lots whose names have not been placed on the Plat Book. We have a plat book kept expressly to Indicate tbe name, location and number ot each grave made tn lots. We have the names of parties and when buried. But in cases where more than one person was burled during the epidemic, on tue same lot, we cannot designate each Individual grave. I will be thankful to relatives and friends, when visiting the Cemetery, and when convenient, that they will call on me at my orllce, at the North gate, and give me the infor mation. Also to members of the different societies holding lots In Elmwood, to give me all the sslst ance in their power In designating each Individual grave. I am doing everything in my power, day and night, correcting Irregular.lles that occurred during the rec.-nt epidemic, uud hope every friend of Elm wood will help me. StMUEL W. PHILLIPS, Sup't. Novpmber 25. 1 87. JLOU1S IAKGJE'S Southern Corset Manufactory, WHOLESALE RETAIL. 383 M A IN ST. OPEN again with the lar gest stock of fine and Very Loto-Priccd Corsets. New lines of Abdomen Cor Sft', Nursing Corsets, Inva lid's Corsets, Werley Corsets. Misses' Cursets, extra stout Corsets; Improved Abdomen Supporters, Shoulder Braces arid Skirt Supporters. Best Corset Steels in the city; Whalebone Corset Laces and Pads UOOVS SEXT C. O. D. C. W. HEISKELL, Y.-tt o irzi. oy a, la,tr, So. 41 Madison street. Ilooms itl A 23. Planters Ins. Knlldlnr. FRANKLIN FEMALE COLLEGE, HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. THF Fall Session of this time-honored Institu tion will be continued oi Monday, 2d day of December, 1878. Terms moderate. For particulars apply to MRS. M. B. CLARK. Pilnclpal. DISSOLUTION. THE firm of WOODRUFF & CO. was dissolved by the death of W. C. Woodruff, on the HD:h day ot August, 1K78. In order to wind up the business of said partnership, the lare stock of goods now on hand I offer for sale at greatly reduced prices. The stock consists of Coach w, Hocknnajtt, Fark llieaton, Hoggies, ami all the various styles of carriages usually kept In a Carriaue Repository, together with a large stock of carriage material or eveiy description. Persons In want of such goods will save money by examining this stock before purchasing elsewhere. A. WOODRUFF, Surviving Partner. C. W. METCALF. S. P. WALKER Metcalf & Walker, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 279 Main t. (Walker Block), Memphis TO THE TMBlil PU!C. ON the fifteenth of August the Commercial Hotel was closed. On the first of November tte house will be reopened for city boarders and tran sient custom. There never has been a case of sick ness In the bousedurlng tbe epidemic, and I guar antee to all who patronize me, well ventilated rooms and good fare. Rates moderate. DAVID HASTINGS, Proprietor. LOYD & FRITZ " Bi SB WMM TTAVID 750 Brls. "Nelson Distiller;" Fire-Copper BOURBON WHISKEY! SPRING OF 1873--,74-,75-76-,77" nln. V nnnfnnnn Ti i mill n i i i iiiiiivM'r UUU Dili). iUNlMl' FREE AND DAVID PARK HIDDEN. JOHN M. HADDEN & AVERY, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS And Commission Merchants, Nos. 27S and 280 Front Sirfct, Memphis, Teim. WE have been open during the Epidemic, except ten days, when o ir Mr. Avery was sick. Are now pre pared to serve our Friends and Patron.", and make Liberal Advances on Cotton. Have our private Cotton-Shed and keep all Cotton Insured unless otherwise instructed. HADDEN A AVF.RY W. II WILKERSOH & CO., IlaTe BcniOTcd to their A'ew and Spacious Building-, 334 MAIN STREET, Wlioro tlxolx Business sx& WHOLESALE DETJGGISTS, Will be conducted on a Larger Scale than ever before. They will be glad to see all their Friends and Customers at I heir new store. W. E HORTON & CO., Sneceasors to BECUA.VAS, IIOKTOX A COn Grain Dealers and Grocers, Ti1tyi o and. Cemont Agents, 32G Front Street, SIcmpliis. W. A. WII.I.IA51S. MANUFACTURERS OF Lumber, Shingles and Lath! DOORS, SASH AND BUNDS. FRUIT AND PACKING-BOXES I OFFICE AND YARD: Corner Gajoso and Second Sts. 6. BAI JI, Bk. HL'liH T. Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Cigars Xo. 356 3Iain Street, 31cmplil, Tennessee. WK have re-opened our establishment with an Increased sto?k or Wines, Iilqaors sad ( lean, turn ,ii o prepared to an firs on short notice, and would respectfully solicit the trade of our for mer Customers and Public generally. J. H. M'DATITT. B. M. STRATTON. B. uave iii:orKxi:i with a fbesq scpriiY of FINE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, MUUAB, COFFJCE, FL.OUIS, JIFITS, I,AItI, KTC. Om Brand of Flour: The King, White Swan, Our Eagle. Our Gold Dust, Sel' Bls'ng Flour, Self Rising Buckwheat, Charm Baking Powders. Cheese and Crackers; also, Foreign and Domestic Canned Goods, Syrups, Molasses, Cheese, Crackers, Raisins, Nuts, Fruits, Etc. No. 281 MAIN STBEiiT, ME51PHIS, TEKN. 91. fciavln. John . Halllvan. M. Gavin & Oo. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors, Anil Commission Merchants, 232 Front Street, Mom Ti 1 sy Tenn. Between Adams and Jefferson. Our MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes his whole time to the Weighing and Sale of all Cotton Intrusted to our charge. We have our own Cotton Warehouse, corner Washington and Second. W. IV. oj . John W. Buy, Dillard Wholesale Grocers and Gotton Factors, 260 and 262 Front st.. Meninhis. W Jiolosalo 319 1IAJIN STHEET, WE have again opened our house In Memphis, and and Shoes, f re;h from the factories, and solicit the generally. Our Boston house will now be closed until now be addressed to us at Memphis. Z. BT. ETE, Late Bates. Flier AICo 3 (SUCCESSORS TO ESTES- FIZER & CO) Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, Nos. 11 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. W. B. CiAIiBKEATH. J. 31. FOH LKt'S, albieauli Cotton Factors, 11 Union Street, Memphis. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED CHAMPION COTTOA GIN AMI) 11ULLER iSfcTiTZl n It B A I iuuu mm IN BOND FARRINGTON. JAMES W. AVERY. It. K. FLA.IS Sl CO, O SAW-MILL AND YARD: North Front Street, Tomiohboo. J. E. DUNSCOMB. 8. H. DUNSCOMB, JR. w m STRATTON I CO., TnoH. Clark. 51. J, Clark. Dlllard. IC I. Coflln. Q SB 5 MEMPHIS, TENN. are receiving direct from Boston a lare stock of Boots patronage of our old customers and the Country Trade tbe Spring Trade opjns. All communications should Goodtoar cfc ZJo, JAMES II. IOAX. Jleiiiphl. Oomn, SHOES o BO AW & CO IV. J. CKAWroBll. Dr. D. S. Johnson's rXlVATB Medical Dispensary, Xo. 17 JEFFFKSeA- STREET, Between Jrialn aud ii'roat, Meiapkl. iBSTABLL-'.Kn 1.1 lfdO. DR. JOHNSON Is srk owlV'd by all nartlos Ir toreited as ty far tht mr si S'-fMful phslc'an In the treatment of private r "iv ret di.ws. ti'.l. k, UiQixxuch and i-naanent cure.i guarii:-d In evuy ease, male or lemale. Re.vnt eaei of Oonorrben and Syphilis cured In a few d.ia, without the use cf mercury, chaise of diet, or b; l.-moe tmm buslnepp. Secondary in'Ullls, the last veMlire eradicated will -Out the use of mercury. Involuntary loss of seirtti lofiped In a short time. S offerers from I mpoUr or loss of sexual powers ntond to free vitior Ic u tm week. Victims of seif-abuso nd excessAe venery. sulTerlng from sperinauHThnii and loss tf physical and mental power, speedl.y and p.-.rrat-nentiy c.ird. Panlcuiar attention paid to Ike Diseases of Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new ferae." ler. Piles and old sores cured without the use cf caus tic or the knife. All consultations strictly conflderitlal. Medicines sent by express to ail partr of the coun try. Office fco'jrs from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays from S to 5 p.m. T). 3. JOHNSON. M.D. CHANCERY SALE Hoal instate. No. 3H73. Chanc?ry Court of Shelby count.-Val. Sanford, extr. etc, vs. W. S. Norrls, et BY virtue of sn Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on tha us day of July. 1H7H, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest blddf-r. In front of the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse ibulldlng. Main street, Memphis, Ten nesse.on Saturday, December 7, 187S, within legal hours, the following described property, .situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: An undivided 40 acres In a certain tract of land on the waters of Noncounab, adjoining the landsof Person. Norrls and Kogrs, said trad being the west part of a 2H0 acre tract purchased by Leaiherman from ti. Buntyn, and more particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at the northwest corner of a. W, Austin's 1 OO acre survey at a stake, south M!W de grees west, 2-t feet from a white oak marked 6. B.; thence north fin chain and 2 links lo a Make: thenceeast IS chains to a stake; tliiice south 77 chains and ".ul links to a stike II degrees east, 7 feet Irom a white oak marked R. M.; thence 15 chains to the southwect corner of paid loo acres thence north 22 chains 70 links to the beginning, containing lltl K5-100 acres. Also, lots Ji23 and 824, In block S, of Overton's subdivision, as laid down on Rucker's man of the city of Memphis, bounded as follows: Beginning at the Intersection of the west side or Sixth street with the south side of Cay street; thence westwardly with the south side of Clay street 144 feet; thence soutn 103 2-10 reel, loan alley; thence eastwardly 144 feet to Sixth street: thence northwardlv l.a 2-10 feet to the beginning Tbe undivided 40 acres will first be sold: If that tract brings a sufficient amount to satisfy the decree under which it Is sold, the two lots will not be sold; if It does not bring enough for that purpose, the two lots will next be sold. Tf.bms of Sale. One third cash: balance at six and twelve months; notes wlih approved security required, with Hen on property to further secure the purchase money, rsovemberi4, 187. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By E. P. M'Henky, Deputy Clerk and Master. J. E. R. Ray. Sol, for complainant. IS'otice Trustee 'h Sale. UNDER and by virtue of two certain trust deeds, to me executed as trustee, one by P. H. Bowers and wife. Jennv Bower. of date 2Sth day of May. 1 K77, and recorded In the Register's ofli-je of Fayette county, Tenneesee, In Record Book No. rt. pages R24 to 62. the other bv J. J. Hnlloway, and Mary B. HollQway, his wife, ot date2Kth day of May, l Hi 7, and recorded in the Kegister s cmee or Fayette county. Tennessee, in Record Book No. a, pagei ."l):i to 507, to both of which trust deeds, recorded as aforesaid, reference Is hereby made for a full and perfect identification of the propei ty.nnd fora full and perfect understand ing of the object?, purposes and terms of the trusts therein created, default having been made In the payments therein stipulated, I, as such trustee, will, on Wednesday, December IS, 187S, expose for sale, and sell at rubUe outcry, to the highest bidder, for cash, the folloln real estate, situate and described as follows: A certain lot or parcel of ground In the town of Soineivllle, State of Tennessee, County of Fayette, known and designated on the plan of said ton as lot number (Si) nine, in BlocK C. in said town; It be ing a corner lot fronting CS'-i thirty three feet on the public square, and fronting (riii Mxty-slx feet on the east side ef Lagrange street, together with the buildings thereon-, and the rights hereditaments ana appurtenances thereunto belonging. Sold un der the trust deed made by J. J. iloilowy, deceased, already referred to: Also a certain lot or parcel of ground, situate, ly ing and being in tbe town of Scnierv lle, county of Fayette, Slate of Tennessee, and described a fol lows, to-wlt, Paris of lots numbers rt and 7) six and seven, bounded as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner of lot number irt) six fence east with Fayette street the full depth of said lo: No. H, and fourteen 14i feet beyond unto lot number (7) seven, to an alley ten feet wide, thence north (21) twenty-one feet aud tn Inches, or so far as to strike west the center of the wall on the north side of a brick house erected on lot number (Hi six; thence west on a line with the cen:er of said wall (SOi elgDty feet to tbe outside of the front wall of said nuue: inence soutn wttn trie tror.t or west wall to tbe beginning, together with all improvements and appuileninces thrreunt belonging. Sold underthe trust ueea made by r. n. tinwei s, deceased, already referred to. Also the folV jwlng lots and parcels of ground In the town of fcomervllle. county or F'avette, State of Tennessee, to-wlt: Lots (5, i, x and V) live, six. eight and nine, and tint pan of lot number (7) seven between lots 5 and rt. and s and !, In block A. In said town, being same lots ujon which the three new brick stoies have been recently erected, on southwest comer of public square, and being the old Ball Tavern stand, being the same decreed to p. II. Bowers by the Chancery court at Somervllle, In lS7i, In the cas- rf JobnC. Waddell, adminis trator, versus widow, heirs and creditors of John H. Ball, deceased, an undivided half of which was conveyed to J. J. Holloway by P. H. Bowers, by deed of date 7th April, 1875, the two undivided halves of wblcn wi re conveyed to ine as trustee, one by J. J. Holloway and wife, and one by P. H. Bower and wlfe.ln tbe resjiectve trust deeds already referred to. All right or equity or redemption or repurchase of said property Is expressly waived In said trust deeds, and the purchaser's title will be absolute. Title be lieved to be peittct, but I sell and convey as trustee only. Sale will be made on or at the premises of the resiectlve pieces of property, within legal hours, oo the day above stated. N. B. JOHNSTON, Trustre. Wright Sc Folkes. Attorneys, etc. Trustee's Sale. UNDER a deed of tiust executed by ti. IL Davis, on the 7th day of June. lifiH. and recorded In the register's olrlee of Shelby county. -Tennessee, In record book No. 124. page 405, 1 will as Uustfe, at the request of tbe beneficiaries, on Monday, December I, 1S78, on tie southwest comer of and Madison streets. Memphis. Tennessee, sell to tbe highest bid der lor cash, the following property, to-wlt: A certain lot of land, lying and being in Coliier vllle. Shelby county, Tennessee, vituated at the south east corner of the Intersection of Main and Wash ington streets, fronting (40) forty feet on Main street, and running bck between parallel lines one hundred (lUO) feet, together with the Improvements thereon. Sale at 12 o'clock m. Title believed to be good. I sell and convey as trustee only. Equity of redemp tion waived. WM. M. BROOJC3, Trustee. Memphis, Tesx , November 25, ltTS TRUSTEE' SILK. UNDER a deed of trust executed by Wm. fi. Baugh and L. M. Baugh. on the 15th of Feb ruary, lMio. and on record In Shelby county lu book 105. page 820, I will, as trustee, at the request of the beneliclary. On Hondas'. December S. 1S78, In front of the courthouse. In Memphis. Tennessee, Sell to the highest bidder, at public auction, for cash, a tract of land situated In Shelby county IV nnessee. In sections 2 and it. range i. on the Hew Raleigh road, about seven miles from Memphis, containing 275 77-100 acres, being the pait of the Kerr tract conveyed by James M'Connell and wile to said Baughs, and the tract on which said Baughs now re side. It Is lully described in the deed of trust to which reference Is now made. The debt secured by said deed of trust not having been paid, and James Steele, the other trustee named In the deed, declin ing to act, I, at the request of the beneliclary, and In the pursuance ot the power given by tbe deed, will make the sale. Sale to begin at twelve o'clock. I he title Is believed to be good, but I will sell and convey as trustee only. Lqulty ot redtmption waived. JOHN STEELE, Trustee. Novkiihkr I. 1S7S. Smith A Collier. Attorneys. TKLSTEK'S SALE. PURSUANT to the terras of a deed of truster culed to the undersigned by R. E. Dunlap ana wife, on the 15th day of December, 177, duly regis tered In the Register's office of Shelby county, Ten nessee, In Deed Book No. 121, page 624, 1 will, on Saturday, the 7th or December. 17H at the south gate of Cour: Square, tn the city of Memphis. Tennessee, within lepal hours, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the rremlses lu said trust, described as follows: Ljlng arid being In Memphis, Shelby county. Tennessee, ai the southwest corner of Main and Vance streets, fronting the west side of Main street 150 feet, and the south line of Yauco street 1 10 feeL Terms or Sale Cash. Equity or redemption, dower and homestead rights waived. Title believed to be good, but I will sell and convey only as trustee. I. U. POSTON. Trusstee. Administrator's Notice. HAVINU been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Shelhy c mnty as Adminis trator on tee estate of S. 1. Mangum, deceased, notice Is hereby given to all creditors of said estate, to present their claims to my attorney. J. M. Gre ory. at his orllce in Memphis. And all persons In-di-l.ted lo said estate are lequesled to call there and settle, or settle with my atent. F rank Banksmllb, Colllervllle. Tennessee. . ANDREW P. GWYXXK. Adm r.Tl Adniinitrntor! Kale. I WILL seil. at private sale, within tbe next ten das, the following property, belonging to tbe estate of the late William Meyer: Two horses, three mules, two cos, ritteen head of hogs, four gjss?. three sprinkling wagons, Ihree farm wagons, one spring wagon, oue bugy. two carts, three double sets barnes. two sets single buggy harness, two sets dray harness, one saddle, one i low. and a lot of house hold and kitchen furniture. Terms cash. .... HENRY H KHRMANN. Trustee" Male. TENDER a ded or trust executed by G. H. Davis, LJ ou the 7th day ot May. 175, and recorded in the register's cilice of Fayetle county, Tennessee, In Record Book No. 5. pages 154. 155 and lort, I wl 1, as trust e, at the request of the beneficiary. On Tuesday, December 17, 1S78, In front of the courthouse. In Soineivllle, Tennes see, sell to the highest bldiierfor cash, the follow Kg property, to wit: t-i'.uat. d In Fa' ette county. State of Tennessee, and described as follow: Bounded on the north by the Menipuls and Chirlerton ral!ro:id, on the south by the suae Line road on the east by Blair's land, on the west by David Davis's old place, containing 141 acres, be ing i he same pluce . convejed by D. J. Armour arid the chancery court of Somervllle. Tennessee, In 1878. together with all the Improvements there on. Also, the following personal property to-wlt: Two brown mules, one bar mule, one sorre.ll mare. Sale at 12 o'clock m. Title believed to be good. 1 sell and convey as trustee oiiIt. Kimltv of nsiemi . Con waived. W. M. BROOKS, Trustee, November 25, 1878.