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VTfTr, TvTTH IVf "P TTT R TATLY APPEAL - THURSDAY. PEOFiMBTCR 13, 1S78.
Rill. IMIAM HiK-TAHLKS. liOUlaville uil fknvnvltie an4 lrrat Moathrrn. ()". t.tf.'.J except -PI.) I 1 ::': p.m.l fi.lM f.l. Man. daily iixituiu. ti.inm.ui, JT v fui A(Vj ; ..lod.Ulon. ds. -Mniirsi . -1-15 p.ro. O41 Mini- i.), K.pies. n 111 onlj to M'ken:e. con necting i t Nuiiviuii. 4rupbi 1 harlfNtuii. (City time; MtU 4 Ert rs Ir.lln. dally 12 O'lnlgt-t 11:4.". a.m, bo ns Till;' cc:,iinlail h( Jil f cv:.t uiiu)- . 4 40 I'. m. 7 iiS a.m, tjrsn 1 Juri.-'l -n .v., ailj lllasMlnllM itii'l lrmiirr. N Orleans Mall, dally... 'i 3.-O0 p.m. : 1 2-35 p.m. S-trd's Ar.s.'LiiMic.mn1c;1-i I oxer;. .ii.u.ti ! 3:30 p.rn.j 9.20 a. Fret ''it hji.; A.i-vii'!i't'n, d Illy lev e t .-'ind iy.l . . I i:l.iBni fvO ) P in. Hrnsh'D ! 1,111 lt Kork. ' j I.&aVK. j AHliJVK. M 1 1 TTnlri. CxV.J I ') p.m.l 1 1 :40 p.m. t m, dv.'y -t ept .Sn'i.i. ! : "..iii.I f-:'.' p.m. ltiiluMh ontl .li-iiipUtx. Ull. , AtiKIVa. M II 4 pe.ssens'rt'n'n.dali) I li p.m. i S:30 am. Aoco,mn'vl,l'M tr-dM T . I I .n. ;V:p) p.m. tlNA.AClAL. There was a k'ioi il.trrco of activity at ttio banns yesterday, but no chance In t. situation re quiring ail-tition. Money rontiini" 1 In acilvede- mvin, and f'e.y supplied at x-iliu iereent. ptr auuuui. tin f.n mer f ir l dik nistou.ers. Fxhange w is qnotp'g fiiM hi New York, ard demanded N fcnglaii.1 off; tight r.a N England Is ell. selling at par: on New Orleans l discount buying, ellln at oar. ehelby couniy scrip buiing at So, selling at W). List sa es of Mempais cumpr. mPe D'Mids Kerr at on. arid w.-aK. uas s oca was selling freely, but has r.o seitlfd r .te. lor want of transac tions. 1 CP New Yolk ml I. of sun-lay. rep rts: "Tw following wero the m m rf exchunue on New York at the und-riiienlloned cities: Savannah, buying l offered selling li premium; Charleston buying xs ll-oiut. selling uar?1j premium; New Orleans, commerelsl h. bin In; St. I. "ills, par; Chlca It. in, Inning l-io discount selling 1 1! premium, and Boston. 25 Pr cehL premium." TheNirwYoik Tris-n-r. on antl-sl ver papei, says: "Congress riLid tile .llvtr tiollar n lenal tender, bit ti-i!!eetl to provide Unit the govenimeht sho il.l Kive i?t)!d In ex hunxe (or It. H-nee the bunks are unable to pay icold for silver, iiold cer.ltlcates are nt a premium, tc.ui-e ttify are ctrert, and more eo ivi;nlent than the coin to bun dle, irnard or rinre. II. ce 111" b ulks prefer lo keep revrvei in cert .l'e.ites r ai.er than In m t il, and. as the treasury lim topied Is-ulnc new c-lt licateii. the binki refuse t pi.y out Ihnsi uk'h they hold, and tender the soMd coin h-ri old Is demanded." New Orle-ms I'.'oiyjw, of Sund -y: "The failing off In the S1HM4J o! curreiu-j lo move the crops Is be ginning to b counteracted br receipts Irviu New Yo-k." The bt. Loils h-ins '.;' u, of Tue'di-y: "None of trie pilnclp'il Inle ets are seeking opeclal ascominod moo. nd the demand from the country w is limited." 1 be Louisville Joun-il. of TmkiIhv, reiions: "The money iiiiiiket was firm, with thiMli raand for nccoinrcodailuns a'mul us I'i'iie as the banks generally are disposed to eneOiir.ie." fBX TEL A'f7 KA NEW ORLEANS, December II. fiold. liiJU. New York sttht, LH dlsoouut. Sterllox txchiuige bankers' bills. 4h J. LUMiU.y, Heccniber 115 pin.. Consols for money, H4 l-l'l; on a omit, i'4 iVlil; Illinois Cen tral, 7'.': TiMi-ylv tnla teijt'Hl, 32: heading, 12; Krle. lKlji; p.efetied. !llj new a. lOHI j; )!h-rsun-chaiil. T:ie o'l.'O.rit of bullion gone in. ;J2,000. fArtlS, Dewmlier 11. Rentes, 112f.t71sc NEW" YUKK. 1-ceiitber 11. Money eaey at tlfi I per cent.. 1'ilme iner&tr.tlle paper. 4'?flsi percent. The asslsunt tr-asurer disbursed SI H2, U. Customs receipts. stitto.iKM). C'lcirlnifs, sl. Oi)D.000. Fterlln? rxchneb inkers' htllsstexdT 42t Sight exenaege on New York, 4871.2 Gold UUlel, 111 . carijinK l at s. 2 ter Cent. B rowuig raies Hat. itov rn enl uondsilull: coupons f 1 1 . do. 1m;", new, l:i:t."s; do. lKrt. 1 1; do. lHiH. liCH-i: new 6s, 10tlt; new 4S", 104; new 4s, lOt-a; ID- l'Vs, rer.lsterml. 107rv; 10-4(j.s. coupons, H7:'.s; coriency t5s. lltil. Suite bonds nominal; Tennessee tiJ, old, yii; Tennessee s. pew, Hits: Virginia ris, oil, "2rt; Vir Klnta Ms, new: ktl; Siiihsourl C.s. KHH-j Ritll rua 1 bonds firm. The stock market wis urui early tilths d ly and prlets advanced Ijr? Ity ier cent., but during tua afu..i noon a heavy sellmg move ment sit Id. und-r which the lie. aware. Lackawanna an J Weste ti declined 1 14, Noithwestern coiiimon. S4, and the g'lieral ll-t, l'i "'i per cent the final talei nhowiug only a fractional recovery from the lowest point, except In the case of coal stoi kj. The i-elllng movement was based cn the 1'itroduet 0:1 of a bt.l In ibe bouse ol representatives to prevem a ill -crimination by the commi-slnns aid piolilblib g the pooling of frelgh!. ("oal nbjeks loar:'s the close advinnjJ. 2"s for Delaware and Hudson, for New Jerse y C. ntinl, Hsj for D.-Uware, I.HCKawanna and Wabash, and 1 per cent b r Mor ris and Kfsex. The il- 111 ihtse sharee was due o the cjvertng (,f on Ci iit-acts. Tfans.ictli r.s. ifjil.- HI strires. if which 2'!l were K-le, HMiO L ike Shore. 40 ! We-l-m. Mi.d Ml No the.st. ru c tu mon, lM) pref-rrel, TW)) til. I'aul ismiinon. 2Hi) preferred 4.) IM HI l.a-ks.:':' .1. "iiH-t New .Irr-ey Central. !(4H" Del male :;nd Uu lsin. Ml 0:M jlorns and Kssex. :lii linton i acliic 2iM)0 Ohio, uud 17.m) We.l-ro Linoii. C:oslng. quotations: Western l.'nlon tei gr.ii h ronitmi.y. m4I Qalcksd er. 12': yinckilv-r preterreii, H'lU: hacllic alail, JlirlOs. Mnrlposa preferred, bli Adams express conip.iny. mil; Vclis a: Kargo is P"sss company. UK: iiiietnait express conip inr, 47 ', x d v!d-i.d; L nltei di.iteexr.res.stoiniiany,47; Kew York Ceulral. 1 121.2; Kric, I7Im: Erie prelerred, a2ts: tlarlein, 14"?; Michigan Lnt;-al. OKI4; Pana ma, 121; l ulon 1'acllic stock, Lake Shore, rlSIi; Illinois Centrul, 7V"; Cleveland and Pltis burn, h2 : v: iiorthwestern, 47': Non iiwesiern pre ferreil, 7 iW Cb".el niU, Colinnbu.:. Clacilinatl fthd Iildlunapolis, 8I1; "ew Jerev central, 2PU; Ro k IslsnJ, I IK; ft. l':tul. :rl-v fct. i-iivl pret-rrc.l, 7:114; Wabash, 'JJli.: fori Wi-yue. J rot j: lerre II tu e, 2: lVrre llaate ptvferre.1, ll; Cnn-f-go and Alum. 7!s: Clilauro atvl Alton prerenal, 102; Ohio and Mlssiaslppl, 7l-.-; Deiawtre, Lackawanna and Westein, 4 s: Atlaullc nod 1'acllic teleeraph, 2H; Missouri Faolltt'. Hi; Chicago, Burlington and Uulncy, liu; liar. 11. :al and St. .lo-, 1':; Htunlbil and SI. Joe preTerred 8414; Cen tral Paclilc bonds, 7i; V nlori Fat-Pie Ininds, 7ii4;L'nlnn I'.x'inc laud grants, 714; talon Fa :111c liutlug fund, iSt-i. tUXXUM. Owirfrto t'' fvere storm rastrt" in the east, and upon theeoun. rn cable re oris of the Llrerpjol markits weie r -uev I je--erd-ij; ai.dt e wires hOtith being down, we hive no domestic mar ket reMrts this niornliii;. Nt'W xorK spots were lowered l-l'l:; futures wera !cn ling down and 11 to etgh'. points cueaper. unr niaakei was gu et with fair demand, and siles. although no news was re ceived b. cable from Llveipool, were la ge, ainoniit lng to lour thou-aiid hales. y-.p t ttions were steady and unchanged, as stated beluw. The New Yo:k U'Ule'in. of MmVHy, kits: I h- prominent showing on tne market forcontracls Isthe abseneeof faith in the ruil'ig line rf values, the aC.-umulat'On ol ad verse Uillaences both as res.eits Us liomj luuve ment 01 supplies and tlia state or th- Hade i n li.e foreign dep its, and the comparatively Mow shrink ags under this we ght. we have however, before referred to the rea ms as ,1 rul" assigned In expla nation of til's condition of Jiffalrs, and no great change can be ei pjeied until something of decided clisract rls shown to Imluce either a more liberal olferlng or a rush to purobase." Cotton Exehiage taotstlonH. Standard ituertiultoiuU VlixiflcaCton. Talrrttmi. Day bfforr. Ordinary 1771m iood Ordinary fils 'ii's Low middling Of n Middling ?"n u1 Oijod mldnllng ii Middling fair Nominal. Nominal. yair Nominal. Nominal. Mark; t qulit. Sales. 4H0( bles, Inelttdlng ISI 'O to exporters, lkHXt to spinners, aud 200 to specula tors, . Cotton EzrHAvett. 1 Mkmpbis, Deceiabar 11, 1878. Block on hand Ssptembtr 1, 1878... V54 K delved to-day .-,?'4J.. UooeWed previously " ' i'.'.'l '1 8hlppd to-day 2.073 149,442 Snipped prevkualy ljlL 'll Stock, running account 87,212 IMPORTS. Thus far this week 19.H47 Thus far last week Di.oO.i S1Q September 1st '. 14S I H Memphis and Charleston railroad 2!'0 Mississippi and Tennesiee Railroad 441 Louisville. Nasi, vllle and (ireat southern R.R. 44S Faducah and Memphis railroad fi2 Memphis and Little Rock railway 211 1 Steamers 1,131 Wagons and other sources 5XI Total 3,143 EXPORTS. Thus far this week H.H41 Thus Tar last week 10 K22 Since September 1st H2.wMO M. AC R. R. :i3i M. T. R. It t'l i Louisville, Nashville and Ureal Southern H.H. Bleaniers, noith 173 Sieainers, eouta K 1 -1 Hy rail, ninth l,iW By rail, south t'l Total 2,073 Tb" following ar I'ne New Yoik spot quotations for ye.sterd.i-: Ordinaiy. 7 1-1 lie; good ordinary. He; low niMdllnr. H t-1 "; mldlimg, 8 15 -ISc; Soo-l mld lilhg. w c; in 1 :ling fair, lldvc. At ln:t.i, all; l2:l.'i. ii'il.-t. owiriir t storm no Miles; 2:20. rjuotat'oiis InwereU 1-h'h:; 3, uu'l, ijultt and steady. Sal-s, 74 bales. The following Is the latetit New York telegram of futures: Muttlu. j li.i.'tn.!... , D-y Ixf ire. JanuaT ioi.br 8 !U I H.OIrT 0:1 F-bruaiT I HO.".? won ! O.I2c Oi:i March j P17rV (IIS I li.2Jtf 0.24 April V.tiH.'i H SM ! May H.41 i V 42 ! 0.47r? VAS June ' .VJ? 11 ii I i '? July H.f.li? v.rs: ' p.tidir ii.rtl August i p.dn? V'.t'iJ : W.71' 0.73 Se;ilmber j 1? 1 - 1' October (i i 1? November " - '? D.cm'Hr 1 H K H I MMil Win! The tone of lh future market w is as tollows:) At ri easy; lil .'.l). -l-iidier; 11:2' 'julet ond stealier; 12 "11. weak; I:3l. ea-; 2.3H, bleady; txil-s. 'i I ' '! Hale. 1 he N-w Oilears niatat closetl easy at PI?; for middling rnl-s, mh-1 Uiiis. receipts, 13,204 bals; s-ikK. 2'17.." l b il.-s. Tin iaIveton niark"t wisweik and l.iwrrtosell at H-'ise f-r ml libti-ir: the nwi-!swere 2iiiVJ bales; atoaii, 1 lrt..ji)4 bales. Sales, :i?,Z0 balu-s. Cl'NEUAL UJADf. Til? veff'ler v.-.-s .!. !.f!Mnl ve-.loi.ln", ami th'ffrceiy, '.'-. 'si in ai i- nl stores v.'e a-'tlv: ill.lfed ! fia l"l'k.';itn tl l.as:-eis tr.I' Si'ison is a ill .t'.er ot ir.'r-r a; c nratal il'n The f-esl mar ket r.i iiilio-iril no arc .er dton. end s ! -s w.-re small, v l-u no l-ni rov .eet In prl.cs: com wis almo-t witceii' mov-'ii.e i' ; hoide'S iilsa t-i:tert wpii he pi!i..'i '-t'ered 11 e n : rats bur 'ly si.a tai led prevtoi.s ij 1. latlor.s; bay wis 110 better and online I was i.n.b'i it ana initie same q delude ab(fore. a pi ls rrt iPh.1 il.elr linpi. vd as eel. Potato-s slioued some nr.niies. was artvsnce I again, as our i::ot .th us Biiow. Our calt e repoit eh ws a fair traoe d li i'. .... KErD. f.T0.-O.;i In very little demand: lots low OOJiU W store aloue co.ninaul attjutlou; 42c a bushel was generally asrd, 4'c was as high as buy er.,' vb-ws extenoed. sale of IM) sacks at 41c: In store. ,riK- '.-.' Laie lieen very ui let laP-l, with almi s-an nbeni-e of demai.d; sale "t 27il sacks of Ohio river a; 27e; In store. HUc. Hr- In mol- erate rtemar.d; Iat sales at JJI2; III store, 0i i e p-.rcwi. ij' ii-Bales of Dal bales ct fair at S10 and ihi iiiirs at MO " 00 tiuei or common sold ti S: n lira I' le ullellne: cumnn.n bell hay can sell as inn ns the b-st prairie: In More. 70i?75c per cwt. uritimtil l.otd little m vement at SI I'll at PiiK: drajljads. In st-Te, t"2. tl"ur, 51 2 it 6 3.. H'.' ITS AND YKiiKTABLES. .l;f i0 bar rels ol g ski u Uod til f a' 51 7.. and 75 barrels of ilune Hoia benuiies at S2, wlileli was better; In store. S2?2 25. ' were not active, for Hold ers have necoine si 1 ger In their demands and a rather sllfler feeling prevails; sale of 100 bar rels intt-'b-l low at tl 7.": In store. ?2r?2 15. .i.. ; inactive at 1 75 f r red and S2 forjel low. la M re. Sire.t rl,ii - si 25 a bsnel far cliolcj r .n'fftyr. c inmo.-i. Si oO; choice S;tblcago, to; era-e.s. S.I oinr.'l ',5. JT-jrrnji, 75c bar lel. i'lwnV, 2 a tai rel. f.irrniA. 8i 50i?rt a b irrel. iitxtn'tn, W7 a biirrei. Isnivn, js iil .0 xuts ilm-jiids. T aiagona. Ilc; biiuiitan. He: 1 ens. Texas, new. 15-: blliert-s, 14c: pea nuts. 4c is?r pound; cocoa, Sj i.ssr hundred. Itritd t'ntit apples, new, 4l5c; peaches, new, 4ly'jc; old. :jlc Vr iirru. $7 AO a bsrrel. f.L'TTEtt. AlC-c were steady at 21c, with u ocvaMor.al 22" Hntter was ija. t-d as fo jws: Common, PrTllc; medium, l:b D'm-. choiei we-tern. 17TlSa. Chirkrr uuiet, qielnix st L J5i"ii iVi, fiom yonng to lens; dresel. t2tif2 25 a dozen. rur-(, in limit!' a demand, at S7iill): Ures'pd, HiZlOca pound , $2 2.Vr2 r.O a dozen. 6V-e. 4f; di -iv d. s. Wild D-jrtt isjmnion, 51 per dozen; uiallaids. ?2. itiils, il per oe?.cn. Hub ". SI nO pr Cozen. S'vuirns, !l per dozen. Ir.t r. 5c by the crcass; saddles, rid 7c Vyrtrrt -Haul mote, No. 1, ?5 per dozen; No. 2. $4; No. 3, $.( rti. HO'i PRODUCT AND MK AT. lPfon-clear s'des. parked, U4C; c ear lib packed, 4-'sc: shoulders, 1 in ked. Ujc; clear oik sides, loose, 41t,?4Uc; c!e it rlti pork sides, loose, 4c; long rfear 1 ork sides, loon-, 3. One; shoulders, loose, ;ilr?3U(C; sugar cured bams, packed, 7:M''e; breaktast bacon, packed, tA-" ic: mess pnrK. s 1V1 Isirtl tieices, KSs? (Iloe; pails. l.'r,7Ss. Vrf-fore-quarters. 2(?Hc; hlndsjuaitirs, :jtoi4l,jc. H'xxif by tb( carcass, 4 d) 4l:t pound. U-fi. 4r7.4tic a pound; by the hun uitd, for packing. fc3 5o; city dressed shoats. 4l-j:i f c M lCF.LLAN" EOU3. Cider-lif barrels.?5; barre's, as,?50. H-.nu medium navy.$l 75r?2r?2 25a bushel, according to quality. Liiiu.'.'OcaiX. Halt, SI 45 lr barrel. iufcs were In good demand; dry flint, 14c; dry salt, loir 12c; green, fitirtc; green salt, 7c Tnllmn, fi?rtc. hremaur, 22c lUigginq ttax. 2(?2l4 rbs. ll(?11S4c; flax and hemp. IOV3C. IMiu'i li-iiv, 12c per pound. Iron tie, per bundle, 82 05 if 3 15. CATTLK. Frey Schilling, of the Southern (tock-yxrd, have lavored us with the follow Ins q'lolat'ons: Varttr Choice corn-fed steers, Mill to I loo pounds, 4?4lac; fslr to good corn-fed steers, MH to llluO poiinus. aVj? Wc; medium to fair mixed butchers' cattle, VatTilUo; common to decent butchers' cat le, 2(7 2Uc; thin cattle, all de scriptions, lr?llC: yearll' jts, per head, SMrial; cows and calves, ir bead. 81 5a35. H y Best butch ers' selections, 150 to 200 pounds. S3: best pack ers' selections, 225 to 275 pounds, 82 022 75; in-dl .in and mixed lots, 150 to 2O0 pjunds, 82 25 ft 2 50; common and rough, and shoats, 82. Slurp Jixira muiton pradej. 100 to 110 pouuds aveiage, 4r; good mu ton grades. 85 to 100 pounds, 2Ur? 31 a; medium to fair, 21t?3; common, per bead, 81 i2. The past week was active, except for poor cat tle, which are better kept at borne; cattle In talr .-up-ply and active at quotations. Hogs In light supply wlih a go jd demand, at an advance of l i'Uc during the week Sheep unchanged, with a lair Inquiry. I BT TELEGBXPHA LOL ISVrLE, December 11. Flour dull. Wheat dull; red. pOc; amber and white. I(b703. Corn dull; white, 3ic; mixed. H4". Oats firm; white, 25c: mixed, 23c. Re dull, 53c Hay dull, S0i2 U 50. Potk quiet and easier at fx. Laid q det bit steady; choice leaf, tleroe, Usc; kfg, 7Vo. Bulk meats quiet; partly cured, 2rsa 21ic, 344c Bacon soarcs; shoulders nominal; clear rib, new, 4es'; clear noinlnM. Sugar cured bams, Pl-jc. Whisky higher, 81 04. CISC'NNAT', Decern br"ll. Flour dull; family, f4 10?5 25. Wheat steady; red and white, 8Ka05c. Corn In fair demand but nt lnwtr rates, 31r732e cah; 32csel!er last h".lf of iiionib of Decc-mber; 83c seller January. Rye In Rood demand at full pile-s. 52e. Barley In good cemand for better qualities; No. 2 spiinir, gl. I'oik dull. 88 asked. Lard In good demand, steam, B.o2V2c?5.5ric Bulk meats Inactive. 2.r)5?3 70, K'mC. Bacon quiet, 3. 4tya4i4C Whiskey active, linn and higher, 81 04. NKWTOP.K. December 11. Flour dnll; superfine westrrn and Sta'e, 83 4033 70. Rye dull; No. 2 western, 5Sr?5!c. barley dull. Malt quiet. Corn Is In fair 01 manU: ungraded. 45!y(?4ttlsc. nats du'i; while, 320. Hay quiet. Hups dull. Cotfee dent md active; Rio, IMjrz lolac Sugar qui t. Molasses dill1. Ricesteadv; Carolina, o-iiti 7e; Louisiana. Fla.f ol'ss, I'etnileum quiet; etude. oic 'turpentine dull. Perk iinselted: mess. 87 20-77 J. Lard-prlme steam, 5.lt5czo.U7V4c. wbisky-Sl 10. CHlCAf.'O. December 11. Flour dull. Wheat fall iy active and a shade higher; No. 2 ted winter, h4,'87l',: No. 2 Chicago spring, K 1 ? 8 1 iic. cash; f2ti'i82UC .lanuary, H3S41 February; No 3 Cbltsio i-pring, nii'Mtxij; rejected, nia Corn un settled but generaMy higher; 80s c cash, 81c Jan uary, iUl.c Februaiy, rejected, 2'it c. Oats steady and flrm; r.'r? 10"se cash, l'.7Ha20c January. Re steady. Barley easier. V'n'i Hie Vuxn closed H'ons-r; Srt 80 cash. 87 H2tsi?7 rlo January, S7 72ivf7 75 I'ebruaiy. Lard bteady. with a lair demand, ciosli g nlsjsca-h. 5 5v!l.c January, o.H')(t i.i'i.")C Hulx meats st-.ad. VVhlsUy, $i 05. ST. L0UI3, December 11. Flour unchanged Wheat active, and lower. No 2 red. KxiaO'isl.tic: cash, KK(?s7''sc; e'oalng t Hxc. lvccniber. KftnT KwrtC; Jaimari, SPbffMte. closing at Hoan-;; Feb ruary, ho. 8, eiie; No. 2 fp'log. 74K ake-i. t orn active ard lower, yf-lisbilsc cali: 20U?2Hc . unary, 30Ts0 3i Se clo-ln,-, HJ5sU February, 3IS4 cr3loio iiarcn. uats lower, L'lK c;s- ;a'i-sc Jan unry. Kyo easy, 42li'i bid ca-h mid 1 eceniber. linlev nnehaiiMed. blkT bliiher. ai ii4 Pirk quiet; Jobbing, 57 707 10; old, 87 50 new dry aait meats call. oreeu nams, 4tjc; htiouiders, 214c; r:l ar rib. 314c. Ltrd HCtive. 5 30iJ5.32ls ber: 5?-sC up cotiutrv. Hogs f.-tnly active and lower, iight. 82 rir?2 40; packing, 82 40r?2 00: butchers' to extra, 82 t'i0'?2 70. new Orleans December 11. Flour aulet but firm; suner tine, 83 25; double extia, 84; treble extra. 84 I2M?4 75; bjgher grades, 84 8713'? w rJ2i. cor u m. 44r4a oaiseasier. HOa:ilc. Coinmeal firm. 81 IK IPS. Hay quiet; Ohio river. 813; strictly ptlme, 81 ,r0: Choi e, 817. Puik quiet and weak, .S. J.ard un ettied and lower; tier e, Hr?til4C; keg. (il'f tiifcic. Bulk meats dull. wi(k aral lower; snounteis, 24C loose: 2H0f3c 1 pack-d. Bacon qu'et but steady; shoulders. 8c; clear lie, 41 jc; clear, 415 biigai-c ired hams scarce and firm, lObsiTllc, umianvased, Plaioc. Whisky steady: d cm reclllltd, 81 Until 10. Coff e active and firmer; Rlo, cargoes, ordinary to uttme. liaijiiibLic coo. 6ti.-ar active ana urm: common to good cemmon. 4l4(?44C: fair to fully fair. 4oroic: ouuih 'o cnoue. t).urjo-sc: yellow clar fic-d, !t5(?7:sc. Mo'asses In good demand but af Jowr rales; common, 21a23c; fair, 2Jr?25c; centrirugnt, tv? 2o; prime to choice, 2b(?331,io. R'ee qu et but firm; Louisiana, ordinary to CLoke, uiB'iOUc. IUY GOODS. lr TELEGRAPH. N'EW YORK, December 11. The lobbing trade was a trttle more active, but business continued light with commission houses. Cotton g wxls quiet and s'eady. Collomuie in moderate request by clothiers. Prints quiet, (ilnghams and dress goods moving sli wly. Cheviots and worsted coatings In moderate rt quest, but fancy casstmeres Inactive, iorcltn 1 goods dulL . 11ITER NEWS. Weather and Klvers. 7'he (able ami difpatrhes helow trive official particulars conctrnlng the weather and rivers: OratiTF Signal Skrvicic Obs., IT. s. A., t Mkmhhp. Dec-mber 11, 1878. f Above low Changes. water. STATION?, - HIse I Fall Feet. Inches Inches , Inches Cairo Cincinnati 2rt 27 IS 1 "2' 5 'li' 2 in 12 23 5 23 1 7 8 11 "A 0 "4" o 10 7 4 3 l 5 28 Davenport Dubuque Helena. Ark... Keokuk :. Leavenworth .. Little Rock Louisville Blemnnia... 12 4 1 .... 2 Nashville New Orleans.. Pittsburg Shreveport. St. Louis Ylcksburg. 139 2fl Below blub water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. Wind. Rain Fall. Weather. S.W. ! j Clear. N. 1 I Fair. N. i 'Clear. Maximum thermometer 5t deg. Minimum thermometer dKdeg. F. M. MEAL. Private. Signal Corps, U. S. A. Kv Tclf tcrniih. N4SHVII.LE, December 11. River fa:i:ng,16 feet 01 the shdals. CIXCIN'VATI.Decsn.ber 1 1 Noon. Elver falling. Wea' her clear and cold. riTTBURO. Decemb'w 1 1. Wetdber cloudy and cool. River 23 teet 8 lncbes and rising. LOUISVILLE. December )!. Weather cloudy aim coot. River stationary; 11 feet 10 Inches In the canal. Departed: Cons Millar, Cincinnati; Alice, Pittsburg. PORT EADS, P.wmbPt 1 1. Arrived: Steamship Fire (J ieen. Peni'tniHueo; ship Pni-sla. Bio Janeiro. Sailed: Ships Fjlegla. Lonley, Almerla; bark B. A. Al en; schooner J. D. Rsblnson, New York. NEW ORLFAN.s, December 11. Weather clear; thermometer, liri d-g. Arrived: Outdlng to La", last night, Cincinnati; Henrs Fiank, Memphis; (ioldrn Gate and Future Cily and barges, Si. Louis. No de partures. V!CKJBTJRil. December 1 1. We.it ber cloudy :thrr mometer, Oitd-g. Uiver rising rapidly 2tl Inches in pant twenty-four hours. I'm Parpourd. 0 a.m. The river b is risen e aoiigh to permit boats to land at the old landing, and the w bar boat was brought back to day lo the old lauding. CAIRO, December 1 1 Noon. Weather cloudy and turning cold, ileicuiy 30 t!eg. River 2d feet 1 Ineta and stationary. Arrived: B?lle St. Louis. Mem phis, p.m.; E-IM. Norton. Pomeroy. 1 p.m.; Storm, Belmont. 1 p.m.; Cobb Cecil, Evansvllle. 2 p.m. ; Ste. Genevieve and City of Helena, St. Louis, 2 P m. De parted: Belle SL Lou s, St. Louis, 2 p.m.; Dyers burg, Obion river, 3 p.m.: Storm, St- Louis, 8 p.m. Night Arrived: Gaff and Fannie Lewis. Mem- PM. 11 p.m; Vint Shlnkle, Clmlnnatl, 1 a.111. ; MyCh-ilce, St. Louis. 1 a.m.; Centennial. New Or leans. 1 a.m.: Mary Houstan, New Orlesns 2 a.m. Deiwrted: Fannie I.ewU. St. Louis, 12 m.; Gaff, I'lncl.inidl, 12 rn.; blnk'e. Memphis, 2 a in.: Cen tennial, St I.nuls. 2a.m : M:trv Houston, Cincinnati, 3 a.m. Vt ealher clear and cold. SUvtBests at the I.evee. ARRIVALS. Coabotna, Friars Point; BrJ Casb, White river. DEPARTURES. Jam D rarler, Cincinnati; Thompson Dean, New Oilear.s: Hard Cash, White liver; Coaboo,a, Frl irs Point. in roar. Sam Roberts and bnrec. BOATS DCE. rftcn-Ool-'e'i Xule, Vint Salnkle, Common We -lili, OseeoU HI!e. IV - buries Morgan. John A. S -odder. O-orge W. Check, iilhnij. ou-uhlta b-lle. Marlin Spaed. BOATS LEAViya THIS DAT. Frtahs Foixt Geo. W. Cheek, Stack Lea master, 6 p.m. ARKASACiTr Ouachita Belle, Mark B, Cheek master, 5 p.m. Time. Bar. Ther 7:00 a.m. 20.HH 43 2O0 p.m. 2!.U7 57 PuiO p.m. 80-'2' 4rt RiVKttTiiM-Illltois. George Malone master, 5 p m. New Oiu.F.AN--Golden Bule, O. P. Sbinkle mas ter. 5 pm. New Orleaxs Commonwealth, George Corvell master. 10 a in. (s kola Osceola Belle. J. U. Andrews master, 5 pm. Receipt Yeatertfar. Golden City- 1 4T balee cttton. Coahoma 4'4 bslea cot on. 3 bags seed cotton, fl 1 1 sacks eott n-seed. 4 pkgs sundries. HhpI Cash-Brought out ot white river 502 bales ottiin.w bags seed-cott.n, ldj pkgs sundries, 1 mule. Cltyf Vicksburg 200 brls and bulf brls flour, 4iH) brls pols'oes. 154 bales eolbwi, 3 bags seed cutlon, 42 s.cks cotton-seed, 31 pkgs sundries. IeTee Paraxrapha. Business good. Weather clear and plea' anU The levee Is crowded wllb tre'ghL Th packets departing jesteiday bad fair trips out, Tue Ii 'rd Cash departed last evening for White river wl h a g'Wd tilp. The Oakland, wllb a k tow of coal, passed down yesterday morning for New Orleans. Ti e subscription list for the benefit of Watchman Ssltei's family Is open at K t Nelderer's. The river lecrdtd two Inebea at tbls point In the past twenty-four hours. Look out, wharfboata. The receipt by rivrr yesterday were 12P7 bales of cnttou; 1 4 bags seed cotton, and 353 sacks cation sed. The Commonwealth, with tbe new Anchor line whan boat, the Capitol City, la tow, will arrive this morning. Tbe Thompson Dean departed last evening for New Or eans with 1500 baiea ot cotton and 25 cabin la-sengers. The commonwealth. Captain Geo. Corvell, passes down tli's morning at ten o'clock for Mew Orleans. Owen Cates is her clerk. Tbe Sam Roberts and barges arrived yesterdsy morning tiom New Oilea s, and will get here for Kvnnsvllle 10t0 biles cotton. The Osci la Belle, Captain J. (i. Andrews. Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Osceola and all way points. B. O Mitchell Is her clerk. The Vint Sbinkle, Captain Sterling M'Intyre on deck, Is due to-day fiom Cincinnati, and returns Sat urday eventmr, J. A. Lindsay Is In the ofllce. The Illinois, Captain George Malone In command. Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for River ton and all way landings. Marlln Jones is her clerk. Tne James D. Parker departed yesterday evening for Cincinnati with 1050 bales cotton, 33 bales rags. 1 25 brls oil, 20 tons oil-meal, lot ot scrap-iron and 2i I passengers. It Is reported that Tom Datragh of the Memphis and Arkansas river packet company's steamer Mau rm lie, will soon lead to the h'alter an accomplished young lady ot Little Rock. Tbe elegant passenger packet Golden Rule, Cap tain O. P. Sbinkle In command, passes down this evening at five o'clock for New Orleans and the bends. W. R Shaw has charge of her office. The George W. Cueek, Captain Stack Lee on the roof. Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Friars Point and all Intermediate points. Walker Outlaw Is bercleik. assisted by Piatt Bboades. The Ouacnlta Belle, Captain Mark R. Cheek In command, Is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Arkansas City and all way landings. A. L. Cum mtngs Is ber clerk, assisted by Lee Cummlngs and Nell Eooker. Tbe St. Louis Tiniett-Journnl says: 'For the past several weeks a large force of mechanics have been employed transforming the bull of tbe burned steamer Capitol City Into a mammoth wharf boat, to be moored at Memphis for the accommodation of the two Anchor lines. The bo it is the propeity of the Memphis and St. Louis packet company, and the work, wblcb has Involved an outlay of some ten thousand dollars, was done under the Immediate supervlsl: n of Captain John P. Keiser. She Is 238 feet long by 43 feet beam and 6 feet depth of hold, and has a storage capacity of 1200 tons. Incase of bad weather, and wbeu tbe necessities are urgent, fully three thousand barrels of flour can be placed In the hold, leaving the main deck clear for lighter goods. Communication wltb the shore will be made by means of three mammoth stages City-two feet long by twelve feet broad. The oflice Is situated over the stern of tbe boat and Is one of the most convenient and handsome to be found on the Mississippi." A wPr,KlDIO OPPORTUNITY TO WW A V IRTUNK. MftST GRAND DISTRIBUTION', CI.ASS A, AT NEW ORLEA8. TUESDAY. JAN UARY 14. 1879 104th Monthly Drawing. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTEBT CO. This Institution was regularly Incorporated by the Legislature of tbe State for Educational and Charita ble pnrposes In 18i!8, with a capital of 81 ,000,000, to which It has since added a reserve fund of 8350, 000. Ita vVrasid Single Nnmber DimMf. button will take place monthly on the second Tuesday. It never tea let or postponai. Look at I he following Distribution : C4PITAL PRI7.B. $30 000. 100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARS EACH. HALF-TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 Capital Prize 830.000 1 Capital Prize 10,000 1 Capital Prize 5,000 2 Hilzesof 82,500 r,bt0 5 Prizes cf 1,000 5.0O0 20Pilzesof 500 10,000 100 Prize of 100 10.000 200 Prizes ot F,0 10.0 0 ftbU Ptlzesof 20 10,000 1000 Prizes of 10 10,000 APPKOXIMATIOM MUZX8: 11 Approximation Prizes of 8300 2.700 '. Approximation Prizes of 200 1,800 i) Approximation Prizes of 100 OJv 1857 Prizes, amounting to. $110,400 Responsible corr spondlng agents winted at all prominent points, to whom a 1 beial compensation will be paid. Application f t rates to clubs should enly be made to the Horn j office In New Orleans. Write, clearly statlnir full address, for further in formation, or send orders ton. A. UAIPUIN, P. . tinx anew Orleans. La., or to D. it. .suiespie, h west court si., Memphis. Tenn. Alt mr Oraid Extraordinary Dratcinax are tinder the .ujfMto. rf mannfmient of GltNEiiALS G. T. BEAUREGARD and JL'ttsL A. ERLY. G H. FflUIVIM & CO., CHAMPAGNES. 1877 Sold 3 5, 2 TO Cases 19,000 Cases More than any Other srana or tinampagoe lif- THE BEST 13 THE CHEAPEST. FRED DE BARY & CO., N. Y., Cenerat Asentw. Sole Agents for Memphis, FURSTENHEIM & WELLFORD, 276 Front Street. who will supply the trade at lowest wholesale figures ooiiiiSG-ii:, 2Qk-) ADAMS STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN., O Zi for Boarding and Day Students. Classical, Sclentle, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. For terms, apply to BRO. MAURELIAN. President HOMEAGAIN! 3Ianafacaring Jeans Clothing CLOTHING CLEANED and REPAIRED, at Short Notice, and ptlces to suit the times. J. DUERMBEBU, 16 Adams bU. opposite Worshani House, Jacob S ltteis Old Stand. 37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,, A r-puUrtr rl -jetted nl. lcara-Hy qutli&ed phj Blcian and ito oot successful, aa his practice will prove. Cnres all forms of PRIVATE, CHKONIC and SEXUAL DIS EASES. , Spermatorrhea and Impotencyt -e t'leresnU or tself-ariuM in youth, aeraal ekceae in ma iurer era. r othor aui, and i"o4uciog ome of li toU K rio l:t: Ni vou-ocj!J. Scminul F. ft is? inns, (oiiit emu i'ms dreams). Ditaurss of bight. Defective Mt-aiory, rhy r:.)Day, Kimj'lesoa Kac, A . eraion U Socirty of yaia)i , Ceiifu-'ioD of I-J-fH, 1.ms of tiexual Power, -ie., rcndcriDj imrnaije imprcp-T or uuhapn. r tborouvrbW od p-niia-Dt-otiv cund. SYPHXLIS P0111 :i"ed aud ea s-Tii'Ji1"1 fr""Jl i-itTA.: Gonorrhea . GLnT Stricture, Oiohitii, BerD'.a, or ituLiin; , I'lita aud tli -r f .Ivatc dispose quicklf cured. U is c'.f-eTi'lcat that a pby tifdao ho yurm Bflal attratkn i to sertaiu clatt of dneasew, and trcstiu Uoum Ji acoo ally. actuirs reat skill. Pbvsk-Iana knowiligtiiia la-t oftta r--o:'iu?0'l iK-nuj to my care. W ueo tit Inconvenient t Tirt, the city for trvauncut. merJ.'-ltn cam be sea. priTHel au'. uUlj oy mtil or car-reei aiij where. Cures Guaranteed la all Cases undertaken. Cuuuiiauoua Dsrkooally or by Irtter frs and lnrlted. Chat-ge rvaaonaUic ami oorrspoadsc cUIclIj ootUi4aUaL 4 PRIVATE COTJNSEI.OR Of 700 pafes, trnt to say address, aeeurely scaled, for thirty Tf) ceuiM. Phottld trv read hv all. Address as abor ,Vroa hours from 9 A. M. to ft P. M. Sur.Oava 1 to a Election IVotice. Union and Pi-antkbs Bank or Memphis, 1 Mam-His, December 7, 1S78. l" STOCKHOLDERS a'e hereby notlne.1 that an Elec tion will be held at this bank on MONDAY, J-tn-unry 1:1, 1871. from 10 am. until 2 p.m., for the purpose ot chocslng Flfieen Directors for the en suing year. - S. P. READ, Cashier. DISSOLUTION. THE firm of A. W. Newsom & Co. Is this day dis solved. Co-Partner ship. A. W. Newsom Is this day admitted as a partner In the firm of L. LA WilORN & CO. L. LAWHOEN. 1. W. NEWSOM. L. LAWHOaN. Late A. W. Newsom A Co. L. Lawhorn & Co., General Commission Merchants ANU Dealers m Produce, KEEP constantly on hand, App'es, Potatoes, Onion. Beans. Flomlnr, Grit. Butt?r, Cheese, Esks, Drtel Fruits CAbbagi, Kraut, Plck es, Pigs Feet, Etc. Etc C'OBalaTameata and Orders Solicited. CMsuiBrotta Grand Re-Opeoing. rpHE FLORAL ESTABLISHVENT of the lale J. FRKD UOEBKLS, on Second street, near Bele, Is now open, and Laules ana Oentlrmen are corltall? Inv.ted to come and look at the beautiful dlsola of flowers. All kinds of Floral designs. 3Uch as Wreaths, Crosses, Stars. Crowns, Bouquets and Bankets made to order at i-bort notice. In tbe most artistic style. Cat Flowers Always on Kami. THEODORE (iiiESELS, Admlnlstrdtor cn KsUte of V. U'.-i-bels. N. B. All persons indebted to F. ioebeIs, de ceased, will please come to wa-d and settle Immedi ately, and all to whom F. Ooebels was Indebted will bring their claims proi-rl snorn to. T. (iOEUtLS, Administrator. ilKMPHIS, TgNS.. November 17 Proclamation by the Governor. JAMES D. PORTER, Governor of the Stale rf Ten nessee, to the Shertll for the County of Shelby, In said State - C" REETINti Y'ou sre hereby commanded to open X and hold an electloo on the 21st day ot De cember, 1K7M, at all the p!aei-sor holding elections In your county, after havlnc glventhe notice reipilred by law, for the e'ectlon of a Joint Representative for Shelby and Fayette counties In s.iid State, to fill the va ancy occasioned by the declension of Dr. H. B. Ramsey, and due return thereof make to me. ac cording lo la. IN TH3T1MONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto set j " ( my hand, ai.d caused the Great Sal of ( SEAL (said State to bealtixed ut Nashville, the -r t)th day of December, 1878. JAMES D. PORTER, Governor. Chas. N. GIBBS, Sec'y of State. Southern Corset Manufactory, WHOLESALE t RETAIL. 3HS MAIS KT. OPEN again with the lar gest stuck ot Fine and Very Loir-Priced Cornets New lines of Abdomen Cor net", Nursing Corsets, Inva lid's Corsets, Werley Corsets. Misses' Corsets, extra stout Corsets; lnipnved Abdomen Supporters, Shoulder Braces and Skirt Supporters. Best Corset Steels in the city; Whalebone Corset Laces and Pads GOODS SEXT C. O. D. St. Mary's School. No. 353 Poplar street. A Board! ne and Day Nrhnol for Yonng A.adies and Children. TTNDER the charge of the SISTER3 OF ST. lJ MARY, of the Fptcopal church, will reopen ( D.V.) January 2d. Pupils desiring to return before this date will be received Into private classes. JNO. L. T. SJfEED. JUNIUS R. GREENE Attorneys-at-Law, Ko. 80 HAII180.V HI., 3IEMI'HIS, Will practice In the Federal and Slate Courts of West Tennessee. Marine and Inland Ins ORIENT MUTUAL INS. CO., OF NEW YORK. ASSETS OVER S l.OOO.OOO. CERTIFICATES covering COTTON and other merchandise made payabli In LONDON, In STERLING, and losses adjusted according to the usage and custom of Lloyds. RIVER RISKS TAKEN. fiREESE A Ill'.ANLKY. Agent. iH Msillsnii pt , llemphls. MeoDphis Cooperage AMI Manufacturing Com'y. ON AB AKTKlt OYE)IBKU FIRST WE will be able to ft'.l all orders for OIL-BARRELS, MOLASSPri-BARRELS, KEGS, or all sizes, and SLACK COOPERAGE, in any quantity. We hnve succeeded In getting a largs slock of the best material on band before we were coinoeHed to suspend operations on account of the prev-tlHng epidemic. All orders addressed to the Secretary, No. tH madtn Ntrrnt, will, after the above date, secure prompt attention. Memphis Cooperage & M'f'g Co. XV. Jf. JlcDKItHOfT. Secretary. t a BraBsil ilni.pl- Vf-v, :btttlc r-jwm irUn.., Scnifiuil Wt'iiKin-, :n'0!i IK-biilty, ar..l .o Jlaulio t, -;r'n:-.'-.-ntt -.ire-1. ijr.'... a T-MlunU.' Ot tiM (i-t'oiii -iiool. atnl ti-- jMrr.';rv; liar ut Iir-.-v! f-atti.-eln tli Uni'-'-d sht tf . I.AMIfZH rniriiTi;tTt titi't wit" on.e :i'-'l U.i.-.itjJ il rrvr(e. Kv-' ivn . 1 r.i-ir !. nA;iftsj. Fiftv r-f,i - f. maki:i E ;t"llK! 7l ntri IhutruItYd. MAICH1KI I.AJUKS rin,l i'1-Ml.-i...n.na fy Cei ; f or SamTl) of Itiil.Dtr a;:l f.Vtvular of lTiiirtfim .Tir.cin:ti:n, I v eir.n. Coniuttat ji n we and coulijtrotial. IteiLsbk -.-le lii1,".i 1J... MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE Uladeand Repaired br II. KUOCTENItEUO, 31 Seeond Street. Grand Distribution COMMONWEALTH Distribution Co. By anthorlty of Commonwealth of Kentucky, su pervised by lion. R. C. Wintersmlth, Ex-Treas., Oen'l T. A. Harris, tfeorae H. Gray and other prom inent citizens of Kentucky. In Public Library Hall, Louisville, Ky., on Thursday, January SO, 1870. NO SCALING! NO POSTPONEMENT.' l'BIZKS PAID IN FULL! OllPa Afin IN CASH QllJ.'iUU DISTRIBUTED. Tickets Only 8. Unparalleled success of tbe popular drawings! Bead the following attractive list of pities for the JANUARY DRAWING: 1 Prize S SO.nno Prize 10,000 Prize 5,000 Prizes S1000 each 10.000 20 Prizes 500 each 10.000 100 Prizes 100 each 10,000 1300 Prizes 50 each 15,000 500 Prizes 20 each 10,000 1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZK3. fl Prizes SilOO each.-. 2,700 9 Prizes 200 each. 1.K00 9 Prizes 100 each POO 1080 S115.400 Whole Ticket. SX. Half Ticketd, SI 27 Tickets, $50. 55 Tickets, $100. Remit by Postoftlce Money Order, Registered Let ter, Bank Draft or Express. Full list of drawing ptib tlsaed In Louisville Courier-Journal and New York Herald, and mailed to all ticket-holders. For tickets and Information address COMMONWEALTH DIS TRIBUTION CO., or T. J. OOMMERFOUD, EeCy, Oourter-Journal Building. Louisville. Ky State Female College EXERCISES WILL BE RESUMED On Monday, December 2, 1878 C2&Faculty and oiganlzatlon substantially as heretofore. M KM. II. K. COLLIN, President. Havana Lottery. 0LDE3T AND MOST RELIABLE AGENTS, BOKYIO & J1BOTHEK, NEW ORLEANS, :::::: LOUISIANA NOTICE GRAND Extraordinary Drawing for Df- cember 2-4. 1878. yoend for Piar S...FJ S&lPLOYiV.EfJTooVPavlf. Ntato'hich referrrU: nlfcu am..unt wanted prriuoutii for tervioes ani frxirtnscs. lluaincs honvrnt'ltt rur- I msnent, and easily op?ratA(l. Write us. 5 LOAN & CO.. M Otturgo & tree t, CmuiliuaLi. Oiiy. J. P. Hansop. Late of Hanson & Walker. ii. Keahard. Southern Dye Works, Hanson &Reahard, PROPRIETOR). Store and Office: 98 Second Street. Dye Uorki: No. 210 Pontotoc Street. MEMPHIS, TENN. rADIFS' and Gentlemen's Clothing CLEANED. J DYED and REPAIRED nt short notice. All Clolhs. WooVtis.SUiss.etc.. DYED IN AL. COLORS. ll orders will reele prompt personal attention. Gcods itcelved and rturneU by ext.ress. Havana Royal JLottery. Fztraordlnary Drawisg Det St, 1878. On'y 18.000 tickets; St.it30.000 prizes; with a capital prize of SlOtfOvO. Full Information given and orders Oiled by F. MAM I C II, General Agent. NEW ORLEANS, LA. Mr. Irbj Boyd has been Admitted as a A. M. BOYD dr SON. A. M. BOYD. ALHTOK BOYD. IBB V BOYD. A. M. BOYD & SOUS, Have IlemoTCiI to 33( Front Street, corner Union Ilooms G, 7 and 8, Jlagnolia IJIoek. Have never Closed dnrfng the Kuidemtc. J. C. NKELY. S. H. BROOKS, NEELT & CO., WHOLIALE Grocers, Cotton Factors COM.HISSION" 37 Fi-ot &t.. IML KIiA &. ItllXJIif.Y.i Merchant Tailors, Mo. SSJttadisnn Street, Take pleasure in nctif'iDr their friends find the public generally that tbey have re opened thir store with a new, large and full Stock of the very Latest Styles of imported poods. Prices moderate. We solicit those who contemplate ordering their Fall and Winter Clothing to give us a call. M l ilRAY IJt RI Uii F.I.Y ' JS.11. CAKIJKKV. TIIOMAS CASEF. OARBERY & CASEY, Importers and Wholesale Liquor filerchants, Xo. 347 ; Front Street. Memphis. Tenn. 1.31. H1LI "Wliolesalo 322 1-2 and 324 Main St., Memphis. Have a full Stock of NEW GOODS, which they Invite their Friends and Customers to ex.imtne. Notice Trustee's Kale. TTNDER and by virtue of two certain trust deeds, KJ to me executed as trustee, one by V. H. Bowers niid wife, .lenuv Bowers, or date 28th day of Slay, 1877. and rocord'-d In the Register's ofllue of Fayttte county, TetineR, In Recoro Book No. (1. pages f24 to 62S, the other by J. J. Holluway, an l Mary B. Holloway, his wife, of date ysth day ui Slav. 1H7, and iecorud la the Register's ijlice of Fayette county, Tennessee, in Record Bmk No. t, piives 503 to 5H7. to both of wMli-h trust deeds, recorded as aforesapt, reference Is hereby londs for a lull and perfect identlllcatlon of the prope'tv.snd fora full and perfcet understand ing of tbe objects, purposes and terms of tne trusts therein created, default having been made In the payments therein stipulated, I, as such trustee, will, on Wednesday, December 18, 1S78, expose f.T pale, and gi-U at inb'lc outer?, to the hlghes' bidder, for cash, the following real e-tate. Situate and described as follows: A certsilii lot or pare.-l of gruund In the town of Sonieivllie. ctate of Tennessee. Cour.ty or Kavette, known and designated on the plan of said ton as lot number (H) nine, in Block C. lu raid town; It bo Ina a corner lot fronting (8il) thirty tnree feet on the public somite, and front ng (iirii i-liity-slx feet on tue east side of Lag anga street, together with the buildings there in, and the rights hereditaments ano appurtenances t hereunto beloiiglng. Sold un der the trust deed made hy J. J. Holloway, deceased, already referred to: Also a certain lot or parctl or ground, situate, ly ing and being In the town of Si nierville, county of Fayette, State of Tenness, and described as fol lows, tc-wlt. Parts of lots numbois ill and 7i six aud seven, boumled as f. lions: Beslnnii g at the f southwest corner of lot number (ti) six feuee east with Fayette street the full depth or said lor No. n, and fourteen (14) fett beyond unto lot number (71 seven, to nn alley ten feet wide, thence north ) twenty-one feet and tjn inches, or so far as to strike west th-center of the wall on the norta side of a brick bouse erected on lot number (tl) s'x; ther.ce west on a line with the cenerof said wall (HO) elgntyfeet t the outs'de of the front wall of said h nise; thence south with the front or wesr wall to the beginning, toget er with all Improvements and appuitensnces thereunto belonging. Sold underthe trust deed made by V. B. Bowers, deceased, already referred to. Also the following lots and parcels of ground In the town of i-OHierville county of F'avette, State of Tennessee, to-wlt: Lots (5, H, 8 and (i) live, six, elgut ana nine, and th vt part of lot number (7) sevn between lots 5 and rt. and 8 and 1), In block A, lu said town, being same lots uikiii which the three new brick stoies have been recently erected, on southwest corner of nubile square, and being the old Ball Tavern stand, being the same decreed to F. H. Bowers by the Chancery court at Pomervllle, In 1875, In the casi i f JjlinC. Waddell, adminis trator, versus widow, heirs and creditors of John II. Ball, deceased, an undivided half of wblcn was conveyed to J. J. Holloway by P. H. Bowers, by deed of date 7th April, 1 ?.", the two undivided halves of whlcn were conveyed to ne as trustee, one by J. J. Holloway and wile, and one by P. H. Bowers and wlfe.ln ttie respect ve tiust deeds already referred to. All right or equity of redemption or repurchase of said propt-rty Is expteesly waived In said trust deeds, and tne purchaser's title will be absolute. Title be lieved to be perfect, but I sell and convey as trustee only. Sale will be made on or at the premises of:! e respective pieces ot property, within legal hours, on the day above siattu. N. B. JOHNSTON, Trustee. Wright 4 Folkea. Attorneys, etc Trustee's Male. TTNDER a deed or trust executed by O. II. Davis. U on tbe 7th day of May. 1875, and recorded In the register's office of Fayet e county, Tennessee, In Record Book No. 5. pages 154. 155 and If 0, 1 will as trustee, at the request of the beneficiary, Oh Tuesday, December 17, 1S78, In front of tbe courthouse, in Somervllle, Tennes see, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the follow lrg property, to wit: Situated In Fa'ette county, State of Tennessee, and described as follows: Bounded on the north by the Memphis arid Chsrle-ton railroad, on the south by the state Line road on the east by Blair's land, on the west by David Davis's old place, containing 141 acres, be rugilhe same place conveyed by D. J. Armour and the chancery court of Somervllle. Tennessee, In 187:1, together with all the Improvements there on. Also, the following personal property to-wit: Two brown mules, one bay mule, one sotrell mare. Sale at 1 2 o'clock ni. Title believed to be good. I sell and convey as trustee only. Equity of redemp tion waived. W. M. BROOKS, Trustee. November 25. 1878. KKXTAL SUTlt'K. jT0TICE Is hereby given, that on Saturday, January 4, 1S75), I, as R cetvercf the F'aln and Whltmcre Planta tions, situated in sight tf Osceola. Mississippi comity, Arksiieas, will. In pursuance of an order of the Circuit (Court of Mississippi county, Arkansas, at its November teim, 1ST!, proceed, within le.'al hours ot said day. to rent said Fain and Whltmore Plantations, at public outcry, to the highest bidier. In ftontof the courthouse In Osceola, Mississippi county, Arkaiisss: said plantations containing, re spectlvelv, about ttiice hutdred and fifty acres, will be rented separately; and tbe prty or panics re-1-lng same will be requlied to give note, wl h approved security for said rents, and a l en retained on the crop ra sed on said plantations for the retits re-pecl- lely thereof J ME3 Dr. DRIVER, Receiver. Csoola, Aik. Parties nesting In'onuailon Inquire of Myers & Sneed, Att'ys, 27H Main street. Memphis, Teim XOTIC13 TO TAXPA.ltTK5i? - OF SHelfoy County. Teim. THE Tax Books for the year 1878 are now In my hands, and all taxes, State, Cily and County, are now du-. Taxpayers are urgently requested to come forward and pay their Wixes by or beiore Ihe FIRST DAY' OK FEBUl'ARY NEXT, on which day. as required by law, I wilt place all accounts for tuxes then unpaid in tne hands of constables for collection. The Poll-Tax for the year 1878 Is two dollars to each citizen uetween the ages of twenty-one and lirty years, ano Is devoted exclusively to Public Schools. Merchants, farmers! and manufacturer having in their em ploy tbose who owe Poll-Taxes, are requested to arrange with them far ths advancement of the same, so far as may be convenient and agreeable to easb. GEORGE B. FLKECK, County Tni'teo. Presbyterian GB AJPra AR and HIG 51 DcllOOl. Resumes Classes, A'OYeiu'jer 18, 1S7S. A fl-S J3NNY M. niOBEli, Princlpti'. aolst'd -L L by a F'uil Corps of exp-rleiiied Teane:s. Chia'ogues dn be obtained at all tbe bookstores. T. IS. MICOC, Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor, 1't.AXTEltSS IKS. liriLDIXe, Boom lO, Will practice in tbe Courts of tbls state and In Ar kansas and Mississippi. rartner In oar bnsiness from Xoreiuber 1st, BROOKS. H. M. NEELY. AND' MERCHANTS, 5Ieiui1ii!4.rrenn. V. . MITCHELL. r Dealers in E8 and HA CItnucery Sule of Ileal ltae. Chancery Court of Shelby County. D. A. Harrell, extr , etc., vs. M. V Ha inner, et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tereii in the above came on tho ninth uay of July. 1878, M. B. 2J. P.4I. and renewed Beceuiber 4. 1878. M. B. oo, (. 441, 1 will sell, at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Masters otlice. Courthouse building. Mala street, Memphis, Tennessee, ou On Hat nr Jay. December H. 1878. within legal hiurs, tbe following described protierty, situated i 1 Shelby county, Tenue.ses, to nit: "rst-A certain tract of land, beginning at a hicl-orj nmihed P. F. anflj. V.. on the west boun dary line of Samuel Wilson's 25-cre survey; thence north leLly-thne ihalns "() links to a post oak marked P. F.: Ilienoe west 10 chslns to a suure be iil.-.g south 2f degrees, west 3:1 llr.Vs for a black gum marked P. F. ; tlience outh 8 chains and 50 links to a Make north 51 degrees, east (15 links for a gum iiwrferi P. F ; thence west 8:1 po es to a stake and Iao white oak pointers; thence south til jioles to a stake and two hickory pointers ou the north boundary ot the Joseph Vaulx survey of 2121s aces; thenc east 1U5 ikiIos to tlie beg nning, ccn tirnicg nil ajres by tstlmitton, b-.lng tbe same land couveyed bv Feyion Hetcner to F. A. Hooker, and iiiitod December 2. 1 s 48, on record In book 3, page 5otl. etc.. Register's otllee. i-.econd a1-o Kiicther tract of lsnd In same State and comity, and on the waters of Wolf river and es timatea tocoiiUln 2121s acres. lying in the 11th (iUMct, r int-e 4 mid section . being the same land conveyed to K. A Hooker, by und from Joseph Vaulx, dated Ieeemler ill). lH,"t), and of Record In Regis ter's oilier, in book No. i, pag 212. etc. Till M Ao one oth r t act of land In same State and county, beginning at a stake, from wliU-h north 2tl degrees, east ::) lli.ks to a black oak maiked P. ., iioithwest of entry No. Irt2'. for 150 acres. In the nan eof Pejton F'letcher; thence north 12:1 poles to a stake aud 3 black gum pointers; thence west :t poles to a slake and black gum In small branch. Spanish oak, dogwood and maple pointers; thence 40 poles to sweet gum sapling, white out iiost and hickory pointers; thence east 43 polos to a stake, two post oak and dogwood pointers; thence south 163 poles to a post cn It marked P. F., thence west 40 p les to the beginning, containing by estimation 41 HiMes, nhii being tbe same laud conveyed to F. A. Hooker, by deed from Isaac Steelmau, dated Janu ary 3, 1851. and of record In Ihe Register's oflice In book No. S. page 542. etc. Fourth Also one other tract of land In the same State and county, lying aud being In the Ninth Cull District, containing ti8 acres, more or less, and bounded as follows, to wit: Beglnt lng at a s'ake with John Howell's line, and running no th 10 degrees west 52 poles to a stak and bKck oak H." John Howell's northwest oi lier; thence west 1 1 poles to a stake and two black, oak pointers; thence north 22 poles to a stake and two blek -ry po n'ers, Jos. Vaulx; thence 115 poles, cornering on an ash on the brink of a branch; thence up the course or said branch onth HI deprees west 28 poles to an elm and a larae white oak; thence south :J0 degrees nil poles to a Hickory; thence south 7ri degrees east F.rl poles to a large wb.te oak 011 the bank of saki branch; thence north 7r, -legiees east 83 poles to the beg'niilng being tbe same land conveyed to A. H.joker Dy deed from Aaron M. Bryan, da ed January 23. 1854, of recird la the Register's oillce In eook No. Id, page 187, etc. Filth- Also another tract of land, situated in said county mid Stale, In district No. ,. bounded on tbe north by the lauds of '. A. Hooker, and on the north and west by the lands of the heirs of W. San- derllu. ci'Htalnlng ncres, and being the same land conveyed to F. A. H.'oker by deed from J. W. Pennington and J. W. Williams, acting executors of Urves Pennington, deceased, dated November II), lfo4. and of record In the Register's oflice of said cjunlv. In book No. 23, page 3H7. ttc Sixth Also one other tract of Und in said State and county, lying and being In range 4 and section 2 of the nlnih civil district, being a part cf a lOHs-acre tract tiiut Is deeded to John Howell from Amliew M. Howell, and bounded as follows, to-wit: Beginning nt a hickory marked J. R., the northwest corner of James M Lewis's 500-acre tract: thence sooth PI poles to a stake, and hickory, red oak and post oak pointers; thence west 21 chains and 17 links to a stake; thence north It) poles to a Make; thence north, 10 degrees nest. 18 chains to a stake; thence tat 24 chains and 80 links to the beginning, containing oil acres and being the same laud conveyed to F. A, H oker by ar.d from John Howell, dated January 27, 185(1. and recorded in the Register's nllk-e of Shelby county, book No. 40 pait 1. page 225, etc Sevemh Also a 50-acre tract of land situated In the same county and neighborhood. It being the west hair of the HHl-acre tract upjn which the late Jotiph Weber lived, ahd which was purchased by F. A. Hi oker alter the ceath of said Weber. The said tract was sub-divided for sa e by Rufus C. Kirk, and lies on the wet side of the FishetvlHe aud Collier ville road, said road having been located on the division line between the eastern and western halves of the said loo-acre tract since the same was dlvld el by said Klik. The above tra ts will be surveyed ami sub-olvided before the day of sale. Terms of sale-On a creditor Hand 18 months, purchaser executing note wlin approved security bearlpg Inteiest from date of sale. Tnls December i, 187S. R J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. yinlay. Peters ii O reene, Kortrecht it Cralt, and Oantt tx I'.rtiersoii. attorneys. liankrupt Hale. In mat1 J. Bjjce Fatley, Bankrupt: JY v .' oof a general order ol sale entered by llr 1. ;iit.d States District Cotut, for tl e West ern Distiict or Tennessee. I will sell at public auc tion, in the town of Colllerville, tu front of J. T. Brigs & Co.'s store, on fiittardaj . Deccinbtr S, 1S7S, betccen 12 and 2 o'clock of said day, all the right, title a- d inteiest tLe said bankrupt had at the time 1 I the lUing of Ihe petition Pi bankruptcy against li'in. In and to csrla 11 iiots and accounts, and Ihe following descr.b d r al estate: One traci of land containing two hunlred and five acrs (more or U ss) llng across the couthwest quai ter ot see Ion 12. t.iwn 1, range 5, west, ar d extend lng Into the northwest cpiarter of said section, and bounded on the north by R. H. Henderson, on tbe east by D. Iiicnn, ;n the south by J. B.Farley's homestead, anil on the west by the Biballa road. A lot ( f ground In the twn of Colliervlile, Shelby county, containing three acres, mare or less, bound ed on the north by Wesson, on -lie east by H. Iiby and Mis. Lumpkin, on tli- south by Mrs. N. w. Smlln. and on the west by Mrs. J. T. w Illinois. One trait of land llng In the Tenth Civil District of Shelby county, two miles torth of Colllerville, bounded as P-l ov.s: Beginning at a stake on the south line of Mrs. Farley's oower. tue uort lira-1 cor ner cf one hundred acres, laid off as J. B. Farley's homestead, running south wiih the east boundary line ot said one hundred acre tract, m chains and 50 links to a stake on the notthwest corner of J. T. Brings Co.'s tract; Uienceeast 18 chains and 78 links to a stake; thence north lit chains and 5il links to a stake on olefin's trsct. the ice west with (i'.enn and Mrs. Farley's s iuth line. 18 chains and 78 links to the brglnulng; containing thirty-one acres. Terms or Sale A deposit tl 5 per cent, will be re quired at the time of sale. H. IRBY, Assignee. COTTON-SEED. CHANGE OF PRICE. OWINii to the great decrease In the yield of Oil. and the cormiiuou reduitflon in thu price of rio-lucw in domestic an. 1 European ruarko s, the Memphis Cetton-Seed Association Is compelled to aniioui.ee ttietnlee of good, sound, bew seed, de livered at Memphis wburf or depnt, on and aft-r December 4. 1K78, as ElUHf I)OL.L, AIM ruuiKiv. JOHN B. uALLAWAY.Sec' and Treasurer. Trustee's Sale. IN pursuance of the terms of a trust deed exe cuted to me by Walter R. Carter, on the 22d day of September, 1877. and duly registered, etc, I will, on Jaaoary 8. IK70. at the southwest cornerof Main and Madison streets. In the city of Memphis, proceed to sell at p'iblli auc tion, to the highest bidder for cash, taewharih.nl " R. .. Lee." now lying at the wharf al the c'ty of Memphis, Tennessee, together with all and stnguinr the sp-rs, cables, chains, stages and other Apurte Daiwes to said wharfboat. Sale between the hours of 12 m. and 1 p.m. 8. J. CAMP. Tnisteo. BY virtue of the terms of a deed In trust, to me executed by L. A. Rhodes and wife. C M. Rhodes, on tbe tenth day ot Febiuary. 1873, which deed ot trust is uuly registered in tbe Register's oifice of Sh!by eoonty. Tennessee., In deed book No. P3, page 177, 1 will on Tuesday-, January 7, 9. D. 1S7, at the south ghte of Court Square. In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following property, situate lying and being In Shelby county, Tennessee, in the townof (Hrnian tohii. and 'o'ti 3 lot two (2, block B on tbe plan or said town, and thus described; Beginnli-g a! the 1 oithesst corn r of Sprln and Cross .streets, thence west with Cioss street 1P8 feet to the lot of Thomas Brooks; thence along the line of said lot south ft) feet; thence east 1W8 fett; thence north Oil feet to the beginning. Also the ether lot In said town of (rerniaMown de scribed as follows: Beginning at the southwest cor iier of the above described lot; ttience south 78 ile prees, west 3 4-100 chains! to a stake; thence s-uth 18 dtgrees. east 1 and 11-100 chains to a stake; thence north 78 degrees, east H 4-100 chains; thence with the above described lot north 18 de grees, west 1 PI-UN chains titlis beginning. Also, a part of lots tl and 7 on the original plan nl said town, on wldch lbs storehouse or said Rhodes w is Incited In February. 1 873. fronting 30 feet, more or less, on Bridge street; thenoe westwanlly between parallel lines 2'tO feet to Spring street, being the same proterty conveyed In trust to Wm. P. Paul, as trustee, by deed of record In Shelby county Regis ter's office. In book 5rt, part 2d, pages 429 and 430. Terms of Sale-Cash. Equity of redemption and dower Interest barred, and title believed to be good although I sell and convey only as trustee. D. H. PO3T0N. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. UNDER a dredTof trust texecutedbr Q. H. Davis, on the 7th day of June. 1kV8. and recorded tu tbe register's office of Shelby county, xeunessee. In record book No. 124, page 405, I will as trustee, at the request of tbe beneficiaries, on Monday, December 16, 1878, on the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets. Memphis, Tennessee, sell to the highest bid der for cash, the following property, towlt: A certain lot of land, lying and being in Colller ville, Shelby county, Tennessee, situated at the south east corner of th Intersection of Main and Wash ington streets, fronting (40) forty feet on Main street, and running b ck between parallel lines one hundred (100) feet, together with the improvements thereon. Sle at 12 o'clock m. Title belled to b3 good. I sell and convey as trustee only. Euulty of redemp tion waived, WM. M. BROOKS. Trustee. Memphis, Tekm., November 2f. 1878. lu Bankruptcy. "XTOT1CE Is hereby given that a meeting or the X creditors of Morris Kuehn, bankrupt, will be held a: tbe office of T. J. Latham, Esq., Register In Bankruptcy, No. U9 Madison street. Memphis, Ten nessee, on the 20th of December, 1878. at 1 1 o'clock a.m., for the purpose mentioned In section 27 of the act of congress, approved March 2, 18rl7. and enti led: "An act to establish a uniform sys tem or bankruptcy toioughout the United States." All creditors are requested to attend. IRV1NU HALSEY, Asslgnae. December rt. 1878. C hancery Sale of Keal Estate. No. 28H3 Chancery Court of Shelby county Andrew Taj lor vs. J. B. Farley et al. By virtue of an interlocutory decree for 9111, en tereJ la tbe above cause on the thirteenth day of July. 1878, and renewed, etc., December 4, 1878, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in tront of the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Luiluing. Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on (Saturday, December XS. 1S7. Within legal hours, tbe following described prop erty, situated In Shelby uoutily.Teiinessee. to-wit: Biv ln a put ot section (1 1 ) eleven In the(ioth) tenth civil district of tald county, beginning at a stake with cherry and elm pointers, and running thei ce south PS chains to a stake in a road, Uienceeast 20 chains to a stake wltb a post-oak pointer, thence north 40 chains to a stake by a fence, thence east 20 chains to a stake vrith a posl-oak pointer, thence north 40 chains to a stake in a road, thenos along the road south 87 degrees west 310 links, thenc? tin degrees west, 1) chains 40 links, thence north 51 ilenieea. west 480 links, thence north 73 cegrees, west in chains e)5 links, thence north 53 degrees west chains 70 links to a iost-cak pointer, then -e north 42 degrees, west 4 chains 20 links to the be ginning. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven i7i months, puiebaser to execute note with approved security, lien retained until same paid. Equity or redemption barred. This December . 1878. R. J BLACK. Cletk and Master. . Flniay, Peters 4 (.ireene, Solicltots for Complain tinr Administrator') fale. I WILL stllon December Irt. 1878, within legal hcitirs, at the residence of the 1-teF". E. Pleltz, all tho peisonal property of deceased, consisting of horses, nuili-.s. wagons. cr;s, farming utensll3. household and kitchen furniture, hay, corn, etc.; also ore nx-kaw,. bald property will be sold to the highest bidder, ror cash. tiEOiitiJi uur.mlk. Administrator. Attorney-at-jLaw, lVo.g?9 Hsls Ht.. Ilfmptiis. Tsfiiw II. W. MUJLEB, Al TO KM EY-AT-LAW, So. 4i MaiHsonStrert, WfmpHs Tena WM. MES31CX. B. J. MORGAN. Mcssick & Morgan. Attorneys-at-Law, Sfo. Mailisoa Wtrcet. yirmphis, Tenn. IKF.NCKHT10N FRKK E TOR THE SPEEDY CURE of Sem'nal Weakness, 1 Lost Manhood and all dtsordeis brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has the Ingre dients. DH JAyUES4CO., 130 West Sixth srreer. Cincinnati. tiivit-.c rules for correct measurement of Scant- linr. Boar.ls, Plunk, Cubicsl Contents of Square nud Round Timber. Saw L:rs It S:;lo's E-'.8. stave and IK-ading Bolts. Wood. Tabkn of Wages by month, li.mrd or Kent bv the week or dav. C'Hpao itv of Cisterns. Interest Tobies. Ac. Bv J. M. StTilmer. Br mail, ptistace paid, on receipt of 35 cents. Ct'RTIH A CO.. Ml iS13 N.Sd St.,SU Louis. " jilt. W. IS. VJLA HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE TO 257 IL-Q at, CP-STAIRS. SHAW,DAVISf5cC0. REAL ESTATE BROKERS And General Land Agents, 17 MADISON HTREET, ARE here, ready to sell, lease, mortgage or pur chase houses, lots and plantations, and trans act a general agency business. Come to see us. our Mr. Jno. M. Sbaw Is not dead, as retorted. 353 EST F 3E5 SSSf COTTON GIN & MILL IS now ready to Gin ail Cotton consigned to me, COR. SECOND and JACKSON. Sacks furnished for Seed-Cotton on api location. All cotton con signed to me will be fully Insured. Thanking my Friends and Ihe Public for znzl Zuvors, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same, hoping to deserve tbe patronage heretofore eo literally extended to me. waf. BEN .IKS. J. J. MURPHY. B. . MURPHY. Murphy & Murphy, UKXKBAL, insurance Agents, o. 5 Madison Street, Mempbfs, Teim. "TONE but First-Class Companies reprefented. LN Risks ou bullulngs taken for three or rive) ears at greatly recueed rates. Uiahoases and I'soa. try Sstorew Epe-alt1ew. II. 31. Seely, President Jeli a JnhD'on, Secretary. Phenix Insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS, Oflice: o. lO JIadison Street. Capital JStock, 01.000. UOAKDOF V1K8CTOHH. H. M. NEELY. H. B. HOWELL, Ot Brocks. Neely 4 C. Of 11. B. Howell 4 Co. L. B. SUGGS, W. S. BRUCE, Of Pearce. Sugggs 4 Co. Of W. S Bruce 4 Co. W. N. BROWN, ANDREW D. GWYNNK. Of Jones, Brown 4 Co. t Stewart,Uwynne4to. JAM ES S. DAY, of Day 4 Proudbt- Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appolntel by tbe Prcbate Court of fhelby cou'ity, ad'ulnlstrator of the estates of Samuel B. Miller and Emrlle Sillier, deceased, this 1b ia notify all persons indebted to said estaies to come forw :rd and settle at once, and those havlta; claims against said estates ar potlDe I to mesent the same at once, properly proven, a: my ofllc. , ott Madlsou tlreet. Ob Wednesday, December IH, 1S7H, In fiont of 1L Buttenberg's. No. 231 Second street, city of Memphis, I wl l soil at auction, the personal property ot S B. Miller, consisting ot table and china ware, kitchen furnltnre. carpets, beds and beddlng,.chalrs, sewing-machine, etc., etc. Terms of sale Cash. JAMES H. MALONE. Administrator. Memphis, Tens., December 7, 1878. 1 l oll LOGtiKKS. l.t M IIFK MV.ll- 6rlirtutsi. Farmers and Meetinnien.AJt Administrator's Nctic:. HAVING been appointed and li'i i'ifled as Ainn -Isti'.it ir or th evi'i i.f David 1'a'l. I ece ', ail iieisoiis liidt .i-d i -. -.iairt mil pleie c -ri e forward ariil ilt e. I lu' bavioe claim;, ana:; &t Said estate will t re-nt Hie 'n i-t ora-e, J Oil N" IRVIND. Aoi.if,ltrator, At Tr.'!-; 'em. V : I ir sir?! t. M rwi-n Tnx. Nin'mi" i 7 Alniiniti .iJ?''m Notice. f JAVIV.l bfii 1 1 ii -1 in-i .pi .Ir-'d by ihe f Pi bate ti urt or ste by (-"ir.ly. as adatin tratrix on the ela; of i.,;s a. Mj.I!. r.oilee is h- T by given to all creditors of said -t:e, to pn seM their ctalms to !.. r my atiorney. I . W. Mi. lei. an.! all i .. rs.nssdl.n.i to !: irali e ure Uquesied to call and settle. MR-?. S l MORTI. Aiimlnlstnitrtx. W. MILLER. Attorney. Cltaucery Sale ol Keal Estate. No OI.I72- ChancwT Court of Sb -Ihv County Allen Tlil'.l , t al. vs. Kor-rt Hend'rscd et irt. ' Y vlr'ne pf an Interlo utory oecre for sale, r) -J l.n-dlti the abve caiiMi on the, 21st day t June. j-7S. and renewed, etc. leeeiul)er 4. 1h7-. I will sell at publl: aur.loi. to the hluUest hhldet. In fiiint of the clerk and Master's onJee, Courthouse Building. Memphis, Tenn., on Nfltnrday. December its, Hi H, Itb!a iegl hours, th followlnc-,hserlred prop? r?-, filiated 1u Sbeluy county, Tennessee, to-wlt: Be ginning at a rock on Mr. Lneey's west line at the fot.tl.eu-t CMiuer of te 50-acre tract purchased by Mr. Lacey from W. Hill: tsenciwest 13 chains P2 Inks to a rot k en Avery's e,i; t line and southwest corner of tald 5n-acre tmct; taeno south 1 degree, east 21 chairs 50 lb ks o a slake ( Avery's southeast crn: 0; thence west 8 ch;'.iiisiw a stake with red oak and tw sipiar pou ters on C'l arles Davis's eist Hoe, ' and cornering with Aveiy. b.-ing nls southwest cor ner; thence south 1 degree, east 54 chains end 2D licks to E. Fariej's northwest corner, on Charles liiiVl.s'seBst line; thence east 18 chains 80 links to to Allen Hill's southwest corner on E. Farle's north line; them north 1 degree, west with said Hill's line 50 chains 70 links to said Hill's northwest cor ner; thence east 3 chains 12 links t a reckon A Hill's north line, the southwest corner of the Lacey tract: llienee north 1 degree, west 25 chains to the beginning, containing 123 acres. Terms of Sale One-rourth cash; balance In six and igbteen months, purchaser to give notes wlih approved eeurity; lien retained on Und to further secure purchase money. Equity of redemption barred Tbls December Rth. 1 878. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Mvster. Humes 4 Poston. Solicitors for Complainant. Trustee' Sale. BY virtue of a deed made to me as trustee, by M. F". Ball, of record In tueotilee of the reg ster of Shelby county, In book No. 14, page 30. chattel mortgages, c a Saturday, December 14, 1S7S, at the Arres building, near Court Square, on Second street, Memphis, Tennessee. bfvV'. the hours of 1 0 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m., for Ihe purpose of pajlpg the debt toer;by securest, which remains nntald. I will cell at public auction for coh. to the highest bidder, the following describe i pioperty: une Mosler, Rahman Co. Iron sa e, six mirrors. Pfty-fonr bedsteads, thlrt-tive tureans. thtrtv-five ws.tbstsnds, ten wardrobes, thirty-eight carpets, forty extension and round tables, one Inmdred and filty chairs, twelve hat-t tcks. one Mdetioard, one piano forte, six sofas and settees, one corlee iiru. twenty-seven sliver casters, mo clocks, fifteaa framed wall-pictures, three Ice boxes, two wrlli" desks one counter, shelvne. br fixttires and bar furniture, three vaces with stuffed b'rds. one l'en clng 4 Co.'s patent anmmc'ator. and all the kitchen Hini ittrdng room furniture, silverware, china and stoneware, table linen, bed springs, mattress s ard perilling of every description, and all the beJreom furniture, g:is fixtures, and other articles and prop -erty contained la the b-ifMlnjr lately known as Ball's Eur.ipeau Hotel, In the cily of Memphis. The above s Ue. Is made order the permission ot the Distiict Court of tbe United States tor the Dis trict of West Tennessee, sitting in bankruptcy. The title Htne property is believed to be good, but I sll as tru't"e only. The propeity may be seen and examined by par ties desiring to purchase at an; tlmn ne oie tbe day of sale. JoHN CUB3IN3, Trustee. W. M. Rantku.PH. Attorney. Workiiisrmen'p ftuiltllns aud Loan AMNOciation. SPECUL meeting of ihe stockhol m or this . e.ssclation is hereby called, to l. b.-l i r the time nt the next regular meeting, first T eniaT In Januiry. 187i. to consider and deierniine upon the action of tbe boa d ot directors at lis last nii.-e i; g respeicllng t"e remission of dues, lints. Interest, le , for the months of September, m-to'-wr a -.l .- cv;m t"er, !h7s. a fniialtendance is uqot ste.i L. L (,H1I.L. Pr.fl.lpnf. Cha-. T. PAn-.ItsoN. Sfc'y. AdminiM rater's I,(irc. HAVI been duly qualified as ti n AUu:::iisUa ti roi theestaie of Win. K. T'.iiMo.i : s aseil. a!I persons Indeb ed to said e.tatc are nri f,, d to cime forward and settle th s une, aiid -ll p-M,ns hsvlng clalais against said elate iim i.e.. ; nnti Rwl to file the same with tne utid-rslg-ieJ. in:v pro bated and within the time prescribed bv 1 Iw. or thy will be barred. GEO. W. NULL, Administrator. November art. 178. Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as the administrator of tte eta e of Ed R- T. Worst) am deceased, a'l per sons Indebted to said estate ate hereby riotlli-d to make nayn-ent of same, aud all holding claims against said estate wll present Ihem t me. or my at'orney. at No. 27fl3Miln street, duly authenti cated. In the time prescribed by law, or the uine will be barred. WILLIAM WOS5HAM, Administrator. R. C. WILLIAMSON. Attorney. No 27tn-j Main street. Adiuiuifjtiator'.-t Kale. I WILL sell, at private sale, within the next ten dajs. the Pillowing property, belonging to tbe estateof tho lal-i William Meyer: Two horres, Uirea m iles, t.vo envvs, fi.teen head of hogs, four geese, three sprinkling wagons, three farm wasons, one spring wagon, one buggy, two carts, three double sets harnes, two sets single buggy harness, two sets diay harness, one saddle, one i low, and a lot of house hold and kitchen furniture. Terms cash. HENRY LUEURMANN. Administrator's f.'ctic-a. HAYING been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Sbelhy county as Adminis trator on the estate of S. D. Manguru. deceased, notice is hereby given to all creditors of said estate, to present theli claims to my attorney. J. M. Greg ory, at bis tihee in Matnphls. And all persons in debted to saia estate are requested to call there and settle, ori-tttle with my atent. Frank Bai:kim!Ui, Colllerville, Tennessee. ANDREW D. G WYNNE, Adm'r. -4dianistrator'' Police. HAYING qoal iied as admlni-trator of the estate of Fred C. Senator, deceased, all persons having cl lius agaln't ihe said estate are required to present them properly authenticated ns prescribed by law, and pers. ns indebted P the estate are re quested to tome f 'Trpd an-i setrle. ANDREW RF.NKKRT . Adm'nlstrator. Administrator: Aoiico. TITYiNG been appointed and qualified as admlo HJ. lstnu.ir on tue estate of Thomas M. Carer. deceased, notice Is hereby tlven to all creditors ot said estate to present their claims ir me, and all persons liid bled to said estate are requested to call and settle. WILLIAM H. CARYEB. No. 14 Union street. Administrator's Xutice. HAYING qualified as Administrator with tbe will annexed of Mrs. Rebecca Burkle, deceased, all persons having claims against tne sa'.d estste, are required to present them authenticated, as pr scribed by law, and persons indebted to tbe estate, are tequeted -o come forward and set-le, WM. M. RANDOLPH. 35 Madison street. Administrator's Notice. HAYING been appointed and qualified ns ad mipislrator cr Ibe estate of F E. Ileliz. de ceased, all persons having cU.lms airalir-t said estate are notified to present then. t Me within the time prescribed by law, cr they w.:i t-e barred by statute. GEORGE BORNEIt. A 'lnti'.Istrator. IT. W. Miller. Aitomey. ClIASCEtlY SALE Oi KKAL. IT.ITE On Saturday, Ieeeniber 'i, tsjs. No. P13, R (2) Chancery Court of ?h V v county John Wruter vs. Virginia Owen. No. lti:t'. R i2h Geo. W. Webb vs. H Irby. HY Virtue of an Interpjcurory de.-r f r '.-, en tered in tbe above causes on the Miii enrh day cf December, ls7rt. anil renewed lo-intt-r'.. s,s I will sell, at public auction, to the hl.'tie-t bidder, in inmt of the Clerk and Ma-t-r'sofike CMiithouse building. Mala street, Memphis, Tenia s.-ee, On Hntnrday. Derrniber 2S, 1H7H, within legal hours, the following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to w t: In Range 5. Eleven h Surveyor's D'strlet. -bounded as follows: Beginning at a point In Ihe east line of Lot No. 1, as subdivided and partitioned in these causes, 10 chains and 3D links frjiu the northeast corner of said subdvlsion; theme runs J) chains and 50 links to a Make; thence north rt chains ami 75 links to a Spanish oak; thence east 12 chains to a t olnt In a held owned by one Dennis; thence south H4 chains to a stake 10 links from a dead eini with a water-oak pointer; thence east 50 chains tn a point In the edge of a ditch nt tbe northwest corner of a fto-aere t-act owned hy one Arnold; thence 38 chains to Wolf river with holly and hickory pointers; thence with the meatioe.ings of s Id it ver to a l-oiut 50 1 nks south or a sassalras pointer; ti.enct north 17 chains and 20 links to a 'take: trence west s chains ar.d 50 links It a stake wtth twj Iron-wood beech, and poplar pointers: thence nor.h 72 chains ti the be ginning, containing 24U13 seres. FVr fuller de scription rvlertnee is here made to the decree lor partition on II le ber-in. Terms of Sale-Cash. This Dectiiiheri'.. 178. R J. BLACK. Clerk f nd Master. Humes and Poston. Attorneys. Chance, y Sale of Real Estate, ON Saturday, December 2S, 1S7S No. 2333 R D.. 1 i2S H.D. Chancf ry Court or Shel -by couptv.- Humes & Poston vs U. S. New:Oiu et aL BY virtue of an inteilocutory decree for sale. en tered in the aoove ciuse on th? 2 1st day of March. 1x77. M. B. 17. P. 373. nt.d renewed De cember rt, 1S78, 1 wll; sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front ortl.eCleik and Master's office, Courthouse '.building, lla'.ti tt:eot, Memphis, Tennesse, on Saturday, errmber , 1S7S, within legal hours, th fol'owir.g described property, SlPiated la Shelby mutitv, Tenue.-t.ee. to-wit: in that part ot Jct-iophis known as Chelse.-". and betpgparisut lots ? 8 and 27 si. cn plan ol flrtrn law's addltto:i to Memphis, and lKi:'nir: fertile part owued by H. i:. Kmauni at a stal;'. tne tiorth-es,-t corner or Fifth ".nd he:r streets; t lii-'ico f atl with Kerr street 50 leet; tlicncer nth l tM . teet to an alley: theneew t with said a ley .".0 feet 1 1 Fl'th st ett; thence eoutiahoiuly wi;h eait Had Of Filth street to tbe beg uiii' g. Terms of Sai On credit of elx months, pur chaser giving bjnd and sr-c .rlty, beailng ir-terest iroin dr.te, and Ilea retained to sc cute purchase money. This December 7. 1878. K. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. U.W. tMlller, Humes 4 Posfm and Clapp 4 Mux, attorneys.