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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL -SATT3 RDAY. DECEMBER 13. 1878.
ltllLimil) TIME-TABLE. oatavilIe and .Vnltvllle aod Urcat Moaliirru. i.V. AKill' k. F.dts. d.v.!y (erce;.! tut.) 1 1 50 p.m. fi-oo p.m. M.til. daily lllka.ui.! e l 5 a. til. Ai'ttuie Accou .inx'Ktimi. i dt .t'x.' -urHnvsi . ; 4 1.1 r-.ii.! On :saiuru.iy. Fipies. riilis only lo k'kcii. -'.IP. con necting lr . flivili. llrmphia and 'hnrlpo. LKtvr, t":ty time) Mt!l Furt Train. dill I J O ) ulgtlt 11:45 TV. oj nsrvtile A-i. n iu(:. ulun J iliT t -ept su'iits -. 4 40 p.m. 7 a. rjr . Uml Junriiun A'-c. uy ft i it-- t Milllppi anil Trfff Lit AT E. AHK1VK. N Orli-aiM M.-.U. !.. ..!,.) p.m. 1 2 .35 !.. bard S l ('3.- iei-.-: s r. i.ii. , 3.30 p.m. I 20 a. Frel rut vfiJ An ttiiimo'l n.i , t hit i t unlays) ! " "' fHQ P m. M.NAMJ1AL. ( is.vliinir nn.l 'I'Tiiinif w""- very ni-live In the link- :"1 ty. i-lmwlr g lh.it trade li mov ing. Mou--) w.is ; g d;t In skm -equesl, t tit there Is run quite 1'ie e;.u me-s lo .end I: d m.t lo Iti- c itln d'.lr.cls Hi il Hi-Uil a ir i r two i.to; iH'rs r- Dili f lit ik r cent, per iu.ir.im.llie Punier to bank euslotuers Fv.'U'itig. wss cfTer.ng librt.'tllT, quol In sight on New Yuix. met il-iii tnd 0:1 No F.ng I lli.l .. nlf: Rljlit 0:1 .Nr fet I.iikI Ij ifl, sel!lngit pr ; o.i .N-w ret'-. 1 ill sct.-unt buying. eil,u: at nr. mk Piy county f:lp buli.g al xr. elil"g nt 1l. Lifd s;Uf if A'eiiipliis r 'inproriiis bunds vrj a. .VI. B..l TiK. lit Mk otT-rl: g fit-It, with n itik.-is. r.e.New 1.1k H-nl'l. ! Tui-.d.y. rep.irieq fii fo.l'i it g weio ihe rates of ex dial ig.t on Vjik st Hie ufnli,i:iiu:liiril clttrs lo-d.y: S Vntlh, Lilting I tdvlitill'. selling I 2 premium: Cuareilon. t.is, billing discount. Kl li'ii paii's premiu n.Ne iirlrnns. cmiiiitercl l ,. bank l: ft, Lojis 25c nlnxi:iit. cli ; liim. buimi; )-1i)iIh-c'J it, o I lite I in milium. Mi.il Ii tn:i pre ni lu it.' TiifNcw V'nk It '. of ifiuuiillou : Tntf Piitirf- MiKTilni'-tur. 0:1 Mr. r litrrumu'ii plan, rU on 14 iiimmI'wi i'f cuius Thr- lo(i or U11-. Invoru-'i r.'iie vtll b-H.l( "O of b.iiik n .trs. Iib.li l I he mi S in: (HH).O'in of Krepiibiii-ki. ai.d b Ui itrw la ivH).f on 1 4 1 ihhi of it In:" The '('' ."' r-in:irK u:i t lie same sub) ct: "Tlin reMi -pl'i'ii "f li'li iMjniriits will but boa c HilnutiuM. It will .1 .lit" t.if iivall-ibls iimnry ! tlie re;.u !!! suiue S:l! M (Ui:)ll. Kxprtnsl jn will follow, b 11 brluit mi 11 h 11 il o.-sls. l!: e wlil be no risk In lu 'J be iilll'frint- brtwi cn gol J uiid c i rericT at tue piiMenl lli:ie Is i.ut illii: -:it to ailm'.t til a cintrnution ol vnlit ru'. In I art, tbo. prcriitiacW will rls In Trtbn' wlin if!cf mab. iti.d tli I11II11 fure will b- liiiiiit' iiii trly f t In bu-lncss 1 liftfolil prfaibiin ti is .-.lw J)s bi 11 a cilauvaM;i,.'e to tralllc" Tim Nfw Y"ik ulv.s Ibi- priw of llvrr In L.11 h iariilifl 1111 oiii.ci-; nt in-; N'-w Yolk Mle for H Tr trt-iu-ihI value ot tue b'KHi dollar was a Utile over H41 -0 N4tili; tl intiiket talue ntlo g il 1: 1nel.1l value of tbe tnute-Jjllir Mill4C 0 ("1123, iti niirtel vaiue vi.il.i'l'Vf. ij;r rKi.t:nR.iru. PAB'.S. December Y-i. Itentes, llf. SM3. NEW OKLf'INS, Ieceniter lM.-tijItl. Ik?U New VorK nl!it. U discount, blerilrm txebaiiise b-iikers bbls, -INl-a- LON1jCS. licoeiuber 1H. CotisoU-Ior ni0ii"T, IUI4: 0:1 ii-cmiit. f'4 7-li': Illinois Centnil, 7ii; Peiiu-Dlv.tniai eutnil. U: UeMilins. rl; Erie. IhI; prefeneil. :il'-: Ti-U'ls f ihtii, ld.il j; ex coujioii 10-4IM. I III; i.e "is. KIMj; new 4ls, lotllj NK' YnHK I'c-nber Money tn.it ket eay at 1 i-r ct-nt . I'rline lin roaiitile paper. 4'l percji t". I li- assisla ,t inasurer dlshuned 8257 till. fu:i'.imis rcteK.ls. Sl'ih U(d). ClearUm, -fv.M.O'rii. tt'vlliu ex .-b uiue-b ii.kers' bills sleiittf, 4S.I. .su.it rvlnt-f-i! on tn York. 4x;t. Iy Kuxls I n:ir.s b r ilio wei-k, Sl . l i7.l(Hl. Gold q.ilet .10 jit.. Cnlnu riittsH. 1L.?2 per ceiit B r row.ii. rates II it, lf.4 lie-c lit. GtiVr in 1 ent bonds ttroiirf: e.ii'.'i'ii if lsxl. lltii'i: do. ImIY new. lOl t: .! . 1h)7, Hid; do. IKUX, 10H"; r.s, Hlir.,; i.tw 4'.3. lol'-i; new 4s, IDin; l(-l"s, re.;lsteiv,J, .Oi-i; 10-4lt. c.ii.y, ltl7:;;; cirreney Us, I Hq. ttalt bonds iiu'l: i uiese s. old, :)4; fennessee ils. ne. 'J "i; Vircliiia lis. old, ti; Vir Klnln Hi. ' Missouri lis. ICttf.i Ut'lrovl i'iirii!s :,n.i Tne sii-ck niaikel was fliar a ten.ed by nnne o less neakr.e-s ihrouKliout tin: ila.-. Dn It.iliui- .! Mie jiiliiilun uas 11 t.u ak of J;-"'s p r c-nt. I 1 C l.-.io. H irlinnlon mid ijtiluof t :c, wii ell s j.ti down l 1i i;"vs. on repnti tu.it tne coin p uy vv.is iiboiit 10 iiitfm e Its c ipltal stck ten per cent , t'r tne pti.-pn-e f constiueliui; a new line ot Bevei'iy five tmleilii I.iw 1. A; Hie los st rks recov ered l-i'i ij r cent In t!ie geueral list tlio diiilue ra'K'd I tiii l-i' 1 "w I er cent , tlie cUislnit trans ac.io'ii b.-lna ai iti.oiit the lowest of the day. Xbe Itteitest pressiirn to sell wai 111 Nort hwestein, bt Ktul. w'esieiti I'lilun and licluware. I,c:.inna, and Wett-rn M chlitn Central was exeeptloiiiilly slij!ir, i.dfaiieiu! s f r tne day. Transactions w-re. lo-i.O ;o s!i nes, n wUlch MIOO were Luke nli rr, 4i :) V .iba.il, Id D'lO oittiestern c m 111 in. T'l in i tettried. I'J.ooi) t't- I'aul coniinon, UdOO p e,r. d. J.-.i o ) 1- f. K t.!iiria. 7UIO Mlcbl jt.in diiii. n i.l l ull 11 l-'iK'!!ic, 40OI) Chlcai;.'. Hirlliutun mil .ii.-.-y. a.t.:i) C C. 0. and I. C, and 7.V11I W es er.i I iilon. Closns limit itltms: Wealeni I'lil oi tel-trr.ipti iii.iifntny. v:i:.s; (Juleksll ver. ll- V'Hel-'liver preierr-si, 8'4; I acllic Mail, 1:114;. ".dau;i -1. ijlj: VailJJiri prt'leirtd, 4: Adams express dinip.iuy, f-l ; Wells It Kano ex preis eoitiiiiiy Hils. me: ..an express ciiiiiptny, 47; United S!at express conii'any. 4di; New Yom leiiliul. !'-; Kile. I7vs: trie nreferren. 8i3; II trleni, 14'?: -M.i !il:;an cciitnil. H-r.,; Pana ma. 12 ; I nlo.'i l aclllc hUnrk. 1111:4: Lnk hore, 1m'm; I'mIioU cVblr.il. 7im: Cleieiand and Pilts bur. Northwestern, 4W; Nonliwesteni pre. erred, iii'u; I'leve! tnd. t tiluinbiis. C'tiiCinriHtl and Indianli.o'.is, ;i'J: f-ew Jersey Central, ki j: ilo:k Isl inJ. I7-s: J-t Ruil, :i:i"ri: tit. l'anl prelerred. 71.,; Wab.tsii. 2y; Kurt Wayne, I'KI: Terre H lUvC. 1; Terre Haute ireferreil. r.; Cnleiwo and Alton. 7'.i: C.ii. ao and Alum pr-fei:ed. 102; Ohio an t ULss'.ssli;i. 71"; IelHtvare, I.ackawiuniH and Westetft, J2h: Atlaolic n'ld racilie te'.esraiill, 2i Missouri piyillc. 1U: Chlci.w, liurllm;toii and uiilnuy, lo ; Hannibal and St. .1 e, 14; H-iuir.li tl ami SI. Jos preferred :if; Cen irtil Paelflo bonds. I0S; Union 1'aelhc bonds. 7."s; Union Turiiic land .rants. 7 1 2: Union Pa.iuc liikliK Idiul. o-'-s. Tb. Ci.M yPi-tei-iluy ierf.rteil Livprponl sriotsdowii 1-II..I; Hiti;r pnrllaily I-32d eheaper, b.it b-to e the i-'.o-e tlie 1 ? was n gained, fcpots In New Yor.-t were nn'ei. iini nilhoul ciianee; lutiires weruslei ly at ;;u .mvame of feventei-n to eighteen points, tl.ir iitiiKci w is gtilet nnd Ftead'er, with Kood diMiiai d, itnd. b::)e'H iiie'-'tlni the sliuatton. bjiirht ir ely. S ties were 4.1 1; bales, mostly taken tT e'xmKters. nnd i tut on. i:.oi'::h trinHrift up. cnntimi rt 11111 ha cul, as .t.d be ow. Tim New Yo-U Hull-!;,., t l Wrdne-d t l..s', - s: "Tlie con traet lini.k-t vis le-j a li. . w.Iliout exc tliiR fea tures 11I 11 decided i-iiHia.t i.ainl Ins fallen back Into the old tame and s'iiid rat. with til" evidences of weasn-ss iiu i'n proinln.-u! 11 a 1 sides, tiome ren jitsof Injury to the cri p Mln utaudiii are cur rent as well in Mm lltat P evious estimates of diuitt;t w.-re. by no moans exagijerattd: but they hhve no tITect lor the present aeatn-a the l;;'.l anti un's nmtlr.K and the general anxiety to r. r-lln hiiioioj l;! leri of actual coll hi without a coui.t'-r.ietin d-u.ai.d. The i'.dvi..-es tr 111 ithroid ul-o ere i:noi mo:e quit" uiinrunrslnij. not "-,, hs ri-i-ar is Hi 1veiiiool maik-t. bLt re jiecttrif? Vn. "nndltloii nf I'K.iirs ht Maru he-ler. and with In Vreised -derfnici i.loiif.' !li ei. tire 11.. e, prices have To- -rlily l.i-.n'. wl-h .1 miiary touching He hwI rv il'ii ir l'i'"I'eltor.s of the Kan," woo, I u ,t. 1 it:(Ct:C U) i.e much at se i In T r: 1 .fTiiriliV .sm.1I1I1 S LO 111 namlli.r III s l'.''u!o. ri.fii . ! C tn ..' .'.11 I till ti. vtf f iie supply tnu. oeuit . .. . ..1 or u mote se'ious viut tiioo tne uh'ki-i nraiin -... I. Qiiile de preaK l a-n am ner. toe in. . ,f,' .-Trators moralized -t Hie moment, ami nonet.. cA'""ne ap;e i! !o li tve a clieerlul tvoid to niiy. j . v i uln-e cair last r eactied HiU points, with 01 Ij small Irae l rial recnvei, Ihe close stnndl!.g 0 polais undtr lit.-vt eveal.'ii; and stiil weak.' Cotton Kxehonicoj tint atloni. St.ii-f.:Jil llil'lini! U t'liM.1' .fi irrm.I 'V. OrJlrrtrr Go idO'd n iry L iw middling; Middling i jod mid' lb r; Middling fair "alr .-. i .... "7i.i ... T'-'r . . . S' .... ((-"'i ...N'omiiiiii. . .Nointual. I'sir 1 -7L 7"s'J i:li IS.f'lK 1 l-s Nuinlnal. Nominal. Market iiutet and steadier. Salts. 4T0 bales. Week's sales, o 2.":. Including I.V.I. O to export ers, 10,H0J to spniueis, ami 14.10 to speculator!. CuTTtIN KICHANOK. . y.KMi-ms, DecetnOer IJ, 187X. 1 Stock on hand September 1, 1S7K... t'"4 u..a'..i lutm :i.l'.4 H-5e.rived previously rihlppM to-day Shipped previously ..jtock, ruanliiB account IMI'0IlT3. Thea far Ibis wee Thus far last Week -ilri'M beulember 1st liii.r-.' i.i.i.f- a :i 1 I.".! .040 (Hi i."2 i:!i.2i':t hti,747 2d.245 27.i'.2d I."." !!! Mai. i.'i! j a ti.1 I 'I , "1 ( Vm ton V,i I'.rad lUiasissitod ali'l lm:i' -i K:t!!r,) .tl HH LouNvllie. N.i'iv:!le. and Great t-o itliern U.K. I'.Ci Fad'UMli and Memphis ribioiid '4 . ..r..i.)j '..! lift!. Ijor'i.1- r.ilUvav HIS CIS -im.iin .' is 'on 'uers Watjon f'"1 other sources f.ii.-t too ...a,u4 .17.001 ,.17.iV7i ..i-.ii.2'.:i ... .VI2 Tot -.1 . . - Thus far this r..- v,c" Thus far last week biuce seplouiber i:t. v x- r ;t R. . LiuwiN,;t'.. a-'.l - ;;St uthcia ..l.l'OS Di aiiii"1 1 Swamers. sout 1 Bj Mil. n '"i by rati. M'l.tii Kill 777 To,M a. 2 11 f.'l" Ti:l.Eili.VlI Th.- !!rw!n2 t.:e tlm late t t-rim ins of JhP d.'.i-'' 'ma,k..l,iisre;o ted jenletday tolhecottoa exjjjiv Vf c Sli,Ul.:'J. M-i kt. Ii-I'ies'.' hall Oe'd S'e .dy. Cl.l.et. riTetliier. Imll. Steady. II ill. yutet. yii'lct. lice' fit. ; .J.R4'.i' Will 7. ::t 4.I-7H ;..7os 141 ; 2.1f4 1 "7'1-i r.i"' r. 1 iiilvei'o:i New Orleans. . Mobile, bavarmiih Charl-st 111 Wilm!ntuil... Nor'.'U tialilinoio New Yolk I'oit.m Phil id -lphia St. Louis K1K S(7 His s:-4 Ml hi k'.x n l.i Id l II- AlliiK'il ij'lb-t. The f.;l!o'vl:t? sre the No- York apbt iuotatiors tnm ...ser, iv ordlii-irr. ti 1 5-Hic; g-sjd orolnary. -J. - low n'lldU'ro;. S 7-!0c; inid'iilri.', S 13 lr.-; Ko.sl'ml.idilng. I-', -: ml tilling fair lor. At HM!. JJuiot: I'M.:, ii'.iut: 2:iO. i.tllet; .5, qu.et. fea.es arhe-"-f3 l l!it! New York l'"m of lutare-. : x 7i'? Kso ri t'Oi? H : ! liOJr Hi' I H.i:i 115 H.24(i H.2S ll.37(f H..'tel H.4.V '.' 47 H 4.i V 52 . . .1 t? .... r? 8 (U(7 S.7 1 i.tmnry.. . rt. ruary... Uarri April., May . lune luly .tug list i.q,tei:ibr. . Omolier November . r.'.i 1 11 .nit '.1 21 1 32 143 ! iu;o H.i7 "11 ..:i'7 H U-r ."01 ' V.ti.'.i'' it r. ileceinber ThtTtone ol Uic w mHii-t wa ;ollows At 10:1X. firm: 10:'25. IrTeirular and wf at Inside prices. 1 1 :22. steai y: 12 MO. barely steady; 1 ::jo. steaJ) at ai. advance: 2H. steady, liria, beiy tdy. Miles. 12'.'.O K) bales. The New Orleans mark-! closed steady at KisC lor mldiKlnic ral-s, 12.IHI0 biles; receipts, WM1 bales; stork. 243.415 titles. Tne'..ilvrsum initrKet wasdepressed and nominal at Hi ,5 for rulddilriK: the receipts were454'.i bales: slink. lil.".il!ix bales, hales, b7H bales. Ths Liverpool L-letframs yesterday rei-orted the ma-k-l dull- ni derate Inuulry fieely supplied: inid illln tiplamls. 4:,d: Orleans. 5! pi. Sales. 10.O0O biles; Ilmerl an. none, keeelpts, iltnaj bales, of wtit Ml I111MI bales were American. The Liverpool lutiires urtrket otienetl rartlu'ly 1-:i24 cneaper. but recovered: Iieisinb"r, 4 I.'I-Hid; l-cemler-.lanuarT. 4 :i-lrtf74 27-:i'2d: February Marjli. 4-d: March-ipril. 4 l-:ijd: Anrll i;.y. '." l-:i2d: Msy-Jiine. 5 :i-:)2d: June-July. "1U1 ." .V.'I'Jd; at 2 o clock. December, 4 27-:)2 4 .13 Hid: Hecemlier-Jaiiuarr, 4 :t-H'd; Jlay Ju'.e. .".Is.-.-iS 8-: -d; atSocloUt arrivals clos-d with tfrrnnits free: January-February, 4 'Stliil: Keb-ru.ry-March. 4 l.VH'. J; March-April. .rd: April-May. 6 .'l-.i'Jd; ilay-Ju'ie. .r n-:-i2d; June July. A :-Hd. The uiovem -nts at the porta were reiorled as follows: Isut jTTll Week H'i xmf Y'ar. 221)7140 2O.'l.70l siS.i'.i.m itH,H22 I'H.ii'.il !. foo 122.441 740.7(17 lt'i". J 2 l.i. 407 1 .V7.H:ll I 52.74.-il 70:.lf:l! Kec'ts -.Irice Kridaj Kxp'tstoi.. Britain Kxp'ts UiConlinenl Stock (iENEUAL TKADE. Th" Kea'lier. ( ho'ieli partly c'ou'iy. was pleasant and beaiitllul yesterday. ' The streets w -re erowd-d; msnr cuinHy visitors trmnc-d the city, but iiinoi.L' them we reirrelted to see veiy few ladles, and the retail fdores we re therefore If ss active than iiiIkIi'. bo desired. Tae who'esale st ires on Kror t strict were dolnu a coral business, except the feed s ore. which were very quiet. Corn was entirely stagnant, the state of prices belnR unsatisfactory to hol lers, some of whom are storing. There was a llspo-lllon to buy at 40c on speculatl in, but no traii-ac tons w-re reiurled. Hats ami bran were equally dead: id the former cnlr a lot of Inferior w is on the itiarke' ; till latter was undeistord lobe unable to coniotar-tl more tnun SI I .10. at which r.it- lliere was some talk of taking on ;-eulat!on. Both apples and leii iiis-s we estlT. sel era of the latter bold oCl the mark-". The extremely low price of ho produce, as sbonu In our quo'atlons, gives 'oiiliry. venlsoa and siin lar ai tides do chance of vettti. full prices, ("orrn-cal was uo le tier. 111 New Orleans il quotes only s. 110,70, Dressed ho were not pleniltul id the stock quarters and were firmer at H 7.7 per 100 pounds. FEED. KTC o-i was sDiirnsnt. holders dolrg notliitiK; Hi re w-re bmers toady to take at 40c a bushel, provided the sacks were rood; In etore,, 47iT -I'-, (j. noihliK done, last sale of Ohio river at 27ijc;alotof ciriiiuion was cITerlny at that figure; In store, according to quality, i:i,i:i.-c. lirau was without transactions. SI I 50 w .3 offered; In stars 70ri 7rc per cwt. li'iii was not sounht after, sale of a car-loail at SJO: Kood fair In s.ore, according to ( quality, niia lac per cm. uorroic e &i;iiuaiit. at l vai; dray-load lots from Mere, at 2. Your slendv, nt S 25iS 50. HtUITS AND VEGHTABLKa-J.p thow more linnnevs every day and tlie tendency Is tj higher rales; sales on lanolin of K0 ranels jussets at SI 7o ; 5o b trjeis common at S-l F.O; 75 barrels of Home beai ties nt SI 10. and lot) barrels at S2; In store. Si 25(22 50 l'-Aitr we e locking hiaber. hoitlert claiming out of the market; an advance looked for: nominally,?! KO?I HO cn f e lauding; In store, Jf2 lni2 25. .'"'' ' Wfw. are expect-d lo so b!btr. as the Inferior quality this year of the i-ouimoii t otato ru ikes them unusually desirable. Prices are lo.klnx up, and s ure superior are held for ?2 50; In store, sa'ei are made at iroru SI 25 to SI F,0. ttnimm l ave bad little movement of lale, at SI "o? 1 0 on the landing; lu htore. SI 75(i2. ial,tiw)i is In gocd demand at S7ti8 per lOOht-ad: su;ierlor up to '.. Turiffj.1, 75c a Jjar rel. f urmii, S2 a barrel. llr radish. S5 50a IS a barrel. (sniit'r. Sit nUr? 7 a barrel. Ijriutmx, S5 rtl r-O. Sutx ilmoiids. Taraaoiia, 10c: Bni.lllan. lc; pecans, Texas, new, 15-; tllberts, 14c; pea nuts. 4e per pound; cocoa, Si per hundred. Dried Fruit apples, new, 4VS'i'5c; peachts, new, 4I31I0C; old. HVgi. Vriih'rrri-n, S7 a birrel. KUUs. lU I'TErt, A IC. Efju were steady at 21 anil 22c. Hutltr was quf.ted as fol 1 ins: Common, UrTlle; mfolum, 13:2Htc; choice westein, 1 Trr 1 He. fl-.irknix who Quiet, quoting nt SI 50(72 5'.i, from young to lens; ure-swl. S2r2 M s dnz-n. T'trkeu In limited demand, at S7i?10: die?d, Vn 1 Ic a pound. , S2 25r 2 f:0 a dozen. Onue, i'4i n; dre.std.S4. Il'ifcf ( common, fcl per dozn; mallHids. S2. iftwilx, SI per uozen. Kobbitx, SI 50(71 75 P-r uozen. A'vimis, si per dozen. er. a(?5c by the c-rcuss; sad ilea, tt 7c Oytm -Balilmore, No. 1, S5 per dozen; No. 2, S4; No. 3, 0. HOti PRODUCT AND MKAT.-;.r.'v,7j-clear sdes, packtd, 4"sc; c ear lid. packed, 410; shoHlders, packed. 314c; clear pork sides, loose, 4c; clear rib pork sides, loose. 3 Hoc: long clear lork sMs. loose, STc: shouldeis, loose, S'o?; sugar cured hHins, packed, 7L3?7:l4C; breakfast bacon, packed, rilac; mess fiork, SmuS 50. Lirrl neices, His'i elicit; palls, 7ih-?7l4S. J.vf-tore-quarters, 23c; liutd-uuait-rs, Hl-sii -iK'ne. Slutjt by the carcass, 4ii 4l2e a poind. ixi. 4(741,30 a pound; by the bun dled, for packing, a-'l iVl; city dressed shoals, 4'i .- c. M I3CELLN'EOL" i. CMir -Iif barrels.So; barre's, K(7S50. liennx medium navy, SI 752f?2 25 a bdsUel, according to quality. Lime. POcoSl. 8tlt, SI 45 per biirrel. H'utnt were in good demand; Cry Hint, 14c; ury salt. 10t?12e: green, Gertie; ureen salt, 7e; Tilmr, fi(7Hc. ZitAidu-, 22c. hin;hrr tlax 2("i 24 lbs. II0IIS4C; flax and bem;, I0l-c. HiHii't 12c per pound. Iron tic., per bundle, $2 U;'? 1 15. I AT TELEGRAl'11. 1 CINCINNATI. December in. Flour quiet. Wliea' dil l and droonliin; red and white. S.y Hoc. torn steady, with a lair demand, :2c cash ami seller December: :):ic seller .Tamnuy. Oats in (jood de mand at fell price. 23r7 2c. Rye In pood demand al 52e. Hi ley easier; No. : fall, hOuHf.c. Pork llriii; sales id S7 HO. Lard active and lit 111: ft am. fvfti.c, Bulk meals dull; partly cured. 2.00(72.70. ;i.Ho,i ri.7r, :.k'ic Bacon qulrl; fhoulderj, iic; ties. 4140. W hisky bteady, with a good demand at SI oi. NE'.V YORK, December 1.'). Flour quiet; stipei tine western and tilate, S-'J 40(7 -i 7o. Wbeat act He, end a shade higher: m uraded spring, HM j ti i'-C, Rye dud; No. 2 western, fifMr.Vtc. Barley uu:l. Mait dull and nominal. Corn act ve, and a sh-mo Iilcaer; uneradej, 40(7 47c. Oats qiret; lilte, H2c. Hay lirm, 3,"(40e. Hops tteiidy. C.'Hee st-udy; Maracaibo, Hti4Cgo!d. t'ugiir quiet, but hteail) ; lair to gocd lelinlair. i"S(r tisC. Mo-l.-isse.' quiet; New Or.'eang. 2Hc?:isc. nice nominal. Potlc quiet; mess, S7 5:)r?7 75. Lard higher; nrlnio steam, 5, u.cZo.'.)?!"). Whisky steady at $1 OHI-j. LOUISVILLE, December 1 :. Flour qule'; extra, 75,r.i; tamil-. S:l nOii.'l 75; A No. 1, S4 25(i 4 TiO; lan;T. S4 75r7n. Wheat dull; red, Hoc; am ber and wtide. H:i(!'.'lo. Corn steady; white. Site; mixed, 84 Oats steady with a fair demand; white, 25c; mixed, 24o. Rye dull, tVIe, Hay, SH(7i 50 Polk steady. Lard quiet: choice, leaf, Htree, 6lac; choice leaf. k g. 7l-zC Bulk meats stead); part y cured. 2-'sr? :j:i4, l.rf4, 4'kC. llacon scarce and tlrm; shotttde.s, none; clear rib. new. 404-; clear, none. Sjgar cured hams, Hcil'i-jc. WcL-kr firm. SI 04. CHICAGO, December 1.?. F'lour nominal. W'he tt active, lirm and higher; No 2 led winter. j-Sd -h'.-; cisli, 8M;'?Mlc Januury. Com fdlrly actlvt , ai d ;i shade higher; 8UhC easa, :(I.m'! Jaiiuiiy. ;il"'-e February; tejected, iitiic O ats dull and numlim:; 20i.CCish. 20c Decern br, time Januaiy. It e steady and unchanged. Barley dull and nominal, except extra No. if, which Is stronger; 50rr55l-ic. Potk relive, firm and higher, SO 75 chsU, S7 8M'a Januaiy, S7 H7'.2 Februaiy. Lard active, firm and higher; 5.00c cash. 5(0J.V's3 January, 5 70(7" 5.72lj'5 Feb uarr. Bulk meats g'Mid tleinand and prices a shade higher; 2-054 70(3 ."SO?. Whisky iiomliial. SI 05. ST. LCI I -3, December 13. Flour quiet. Wheat higher: amber wevstern, S',il2(7snisc cash. Mils'? KiCisc December. HlOsd IHOc Januaiy. HUnQ Feb ruary or 11 higher; No. 'A mixed. 20(7 2'.i4C ash, ".iil?2'.i"'sC Jsi.uhiv, :i().(:o.S( February. :i4c Mai. Oats b'gher; No. 2, 20i?20l4C cash. iOxil 20I4C Jan.iarv. Uye easier, 42:t4C ; same bid Jan uary. K trior dull. Whisky stead;, SI 04. Pork lirm. Jobbing at S7 ttoi7 70. Lard firm, 5 40c cash end December. Ku'K meali firmer, boxed e'ear lit Peoria. H.H2'ic January; loose clear ilbs, saiie) point, .Tioc, clear. 3.05c December and cash; neat here nominal at 3.H0c; iiotiilngadoing. Green e scaiiie and firm, liams range at 4l,2(244C; ..'.....". .. .-Med natiifl. 5: (75tiwc. svtrt:. pit,- " 4de Oats quiet. ij()'31c. tomrneal dun and loser, SI 5- Hay Bteady; chol e, Mtf 50 . PorK maiket dull, Sx. Laid (irriier; tieroe, riartlje; keg, 77 714c Bulk meats qun-t and weak; suoul deis. loose. 2'tsf7 24e: packed. 2Vs(i3c. baoon dull; shoulders. 3c; clear rlr, 4io(i4'ic; clear, 4l44n.e .Suiai-ciiied hams scarce and linn. lOv-sd 1 1c; un !iivaed, Ht2(?Hc. Whisky steady; weslera rectl-!i-d, jl 0oi7 1 lo. rolIe dull, weak and lower; Klo. cargoes, ordinary to prime, lli4?15ijc go:d. siniareisier: tetter grades of open keltie dull and inline 1 1 choice, kics.ic. nice uuu; loiuisittun, ordinary to ctolce, 5i-i0'ic, DKY GOODS. liX TELEGKAVHA ' NEW YORK. Dtcmber 13. Dry fgoods trade con Unties quiet In nearly all departments. Cotton noods in ;l?ht demand, excent cottonades. which are In mndeuite request by cloihers. prints movim? slowly, tpriigues fancy ars advanced a q larter of a cent Dress goods and ginghams quiet, bprlng woolens In moueMte request. Kentucky jeans rather more active. IJIVEU XEiVS. Weather and Klvrra. The falile ami dispatches below (ivf cfilcial particulars concerning the weather and rivers: OFFIl SIGNAL tlKRTirK OIW. V. 3. A., ? MKKi'Bis, Dec?mber 13, ltsH. i Above low water. Changes. STATIONS. Rise 1 Fall Feet, ii.ches inches Inches NEW ORIEA3- iimber in. Mour quiet nut firni 'smierilne. 2.'; double extra. 84; treble evtra. 4 1217175; higher grades, S4 K7l(7 i 37 ij. i'..p.. .iJu.ia wirii :t 1:11 r deuiaud; jeilow,4o; wlibe. lower; common to goou common, tin-na. iir to fully fair. 4'tjr7rVih:; prime to fcholce, Slifi lie; yellow clHidled, tH4((7:'sc. Mo'asses tjulct aud aa-nkr ninmnn. -i'fl'iie: centrifugal. lH,'?2riC; Cairo 27 2 I 7 Cincinnati 35 11 83 Daveniiort 1 7 Dubuque 1 1 7 2 Helena. Ark Keokuk 2 0 1 Leaveuwc'ln 5 11 1 Little Rock Lotilsvlile, 11 H , e,.lil3 1 N.-.shviiie 1H 2 , d New Orleans 13 Pittsburg 1.7 5 OH , S breve port. A 3 St. Louis 8 11 1 Vtcksburg 25 0 11 Below lil&b water mark of 1874. LOC.JL OBSERVATIONS YESTERDAY. Bar. T; Wind. S0.3I 3i NE. 30.00 F.'.t S E. 2H.72 58 ri W. 7:00 a.m. 2. 10 p.m. hilt) p.m. iKalr. Fair. Icoudy. VuxliiiuM ib.'tnoiuet?r til deg. Mi: liiiino thernou.e.'er 38 deg. F. M. NEAL. P.ivate. tigsa' Corps, V. S. A. By Telesrai.h. N toCVII LF, December 13. River faUxg.UJ fiet oit t Li shoals. CAIRO. Deduier 13-booa. Weather cloudy and cold. Arrived; Josepj Kl:.i.ey, St. Louis, 1 a.m. PITT-iBUuVI. December 13. Wetiher cloudy ami cool. River 15 feet d Inches and falling. WHEELING w.va). December 13.-R!ver 81 feet H leches and falling slowly. Weather clear aud pleasant. CINCINNATI. Drt?mber 13 Noon. River thlrty f uir reet 1 ln and rising fast. Weather cloudy Hid cold N'W ORLEANS, December 13. Weather cloutly light rain this evening: thermometer, Afi de. Ar rived: Daniel Boone and barges, Ohio river. Movement at Ike LeTee. ARRIVALS. t. olden Bu'.e. Cincinnati; City of Helena. SL Louis; orand Tower. Vlcksbunr: Coahoma, Friars Point; Commonwealth, St. Louis; Joale Harry, White river. DEPARTURES. G ilden Rule. New Orleans: City of Helena, VIcVs lurg: Grand Tower. i.r. Louis; Coahoma. Frlats Point: Commonwealth. New Orleans. IN PORT. Katydid, Mat Shinkie. Gate City. Josle Hany. BOATS DUE. .ic(.-0OP'-U Bel'e. -Marlln dpeed. Batesvllle, Geo. W. Cheek. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Fhhs Point George W. Cheek, Stack Lee mas ter. 5 p in. Cincinnati -Vint Sblnkle, Sterling M'Intjre mas ter, 5 p.m. Vn Ksiiip.o Katjd d, John Wood burn master. 12 m. Om eola Osceida Belle. J. G. Andrews master, o p.m. t-T. F'ltANCts RivKK-Batesvlile, J. D. Randall mas ter, 5 p.m. Wurrg Rivkr Josle Hairy, Milt R. Harry master, 5 p.m. Ahkansvs Rivku Katie Hooier, Kd Nowland muster, 5 p.m. Iteeelpta Yesterday. Comiipnw? alth 50 boxes son 11. Grin d Tower 240 bales cotton. 3 bags seed cot ton, lot of househoi i goods. City of flelena 52 bales co ton, 15 bags seed cotton. 1 I'll boxes ci ackers. lot of sundries. Coahoma 315 bales cotton, 1 bags seed-cotton. 1004 sa ks cotton-eed, is packages sundries. Jo.i-i Hairy brought out or White river- HH3 bales cotion, 10 b-jgt reed-cotton, 30 bags wool, rt bead cattle, 01 pkgs sundries. Levee l'arigraphs. B islness first-rate. WeMln-r clear and pleasant. The ilver was cn a stand yesterdiy, neither rising nor falling. The Poit Eads and barges passed up yesterday morning for St. Louis. Toe Coahoma departed last evening for Friars Point with a good trip. The MaOin Siiee 1 came out of Arkansas river with 1040 bales o' cctton. aud will arrive beie to-day. The Katie Hoofer, Captain El Nowland, goes out to-day for Arkansas liver, Ml place of the Marlla tde-ed. The recel(ts by river yesterday w?re t"i7 bales of cotton, 27 bags seed-cotton, and 1(514 sacks of cotton-seed Major John D. Adams, of the Vlcksbuig mall Hue. arrived yesterday, aud will remain In t:e city lor several daFS. The City of Helena passed down yesterday aiorn kg for Vb-ksburg. She added here forty tons for the bends be ow. The Louis papers are all 'kicklru" about ho-setail dye, and are asking their legislators to lakeac ion In the matter 1 hose huge piles of cotton and seed that erstwbl'n were tuch an eye-soieto steumboatmen, have In the past it? iv aays grown Deautiruiiy less. 1 he Batesviiie. captain J. D. Randall. Is the Rack et this evening at five o'clock lor M. Francis river. D. B. Abrahams In charge of ber office. I lie osceoia unie. Captain J. G. Andrews. Is the rac'set this evening at five o'clock for Osceola and all way points B. O. Mitchell Is her clerk, riii sp'endld light draft steamer Katie HooDer. Captain Ed ttowlaud, will leave for Arkansas river at .live 0 ciocK this evening. Jimmle Thompson is tier t iiicirm cieir.. The oeo. W". Cheek, Captain Stack Lee In com m ind. Is the regular packet this evening at five o'clock for Friars Point aud all way landings. w a ker Out'aw is her clerk. The Grand rower nased ud vesterdav evening on time for St Louis. She bad on board for Chicago i iv sacKs cuuou-se-eu, ana auuea nere ior Cairo 300 bales 01 cotton, and 152 bales for St. Louis. 1 he cominoawealib passed down at an early hour yesterday morning for New Orleans. She brought to this city the new wbarf boat Capital City, and added to her freight seven hundred bales cot wo and six bundled sacks oil-cake. 7 he Ad inis-llne United States mall steamer K.itT- did. Captain John Woodburn, having completed her tc pairs, leaves at twelve o'clock to-day for Vlcksbuig ai d the bands. Captain ed r. Thomas, the people's favorite. Is In charge of the office. me josie uarry. Cantaln Milt R. Harrv on deck. will be tound lu port tuls morning receiving for her return to White ilver. She 1 aves this evening at live o'clock, going through to Jacksonport. Colonel J. I). M-.ioie wlil be toumi In charge of ber office. The transfer boat N. D. Munson, purchased by the Little Rock and F'ort Smith railway comrany, to be used for transferiing cars across the ilver at an Muren. leu Litile Kock last Weonesdar mornlm;. Snu Is commanded by Captain Henry C. Partee. a riverman well known on western watcs, and for many years connected with the Mlsslsslnni Valley transportation company. ine v lut bhiukle. cantaln M Intrre. will return to the Ohio this evening, we are glad to know, with a good reiuiti trip. Clerk Lindsay is at bis post, as usual, amy assisted oy mm tiasieyand F red Bates. At the wlKel are those two reliable nl lots, the Messrs. Cainvl. By the way, Darwin pretends to know that the human family sprung from the monkey, but he does cot tell where the monkeys came from. Captain Jim Carroll clearly elucidates that question: It you will turnbh htm with the pacii-stones he will manufacture monkeys so rer-tei-t in form and feature that it Is difficult to tell them from those or the Brazilian perst.aslon. He culy consumes a couple of hours to the monkey. New Orleans Vrmornit: "The Jo Brrarly. Captain M. L. Seoveli, arr.ved yesterd y from Red river with to hartes In tow. We mentioned yesterday that she had met with an accident In Old river. Friday night. F'ur her particulars are to the effect that she nu au unknown obstruction in the gut, on her star board side forward: she careen-d to Ihe laiboard. dumping overboard the cotton on that side, and in htlng uo dumoed the coiiot on her staibird on a b irge she tad In tow. In fill eight hundred bales of hercaigo. which consisted of one thousand three hundred and til'ty-nine bales, went overboard. On the barge at the time was Captain Scoveil, two pas sengers one of them sheriff Williams, of Manslield. who was blinking down eight convicts to Baton Kouge. wrio we e also on tne Djrge, witn tne watch man of the boat, martin Leonaid, and two of the rou.'tabouts. Captain e'covell was struck and biulsed abut the head and body by the tdage, the passenger escaied unhurt, but every onsof the rest were more or les. hurt by the falling cotton, the watchman be ing Miied instantly, fcheiiii w uiiams was liuit in the face. The wounds of Cantaln Scovell were slight. The Bryarly took in a foot of water before the leak was stopped, whb n was afterward pumped out. Mie lay by until daylight and picked up all her cotton that could be found. The body ot Mr. Leon ard was brought to Bayou Sara by ills son, John Leonard, mate or tne boat, from whence it win be sent to bis heme In the west " Fare to lace with Disease. How often :t happens that although we have wit nessed the ravages ol disease In the case of others, we disregard his warning signals In our own. It Is only waen we find him face to face with us that we really perceive how grim he Is. Then, perchance. when it is too lale, medicinal aid Is sought. I His avant courier, his forerunner, Is physical weakness. Fortify the system, and jouara armed against him. The llnest tonic for this purpose is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which tenders digestion easy and compute, nourishes the system, Improves the appe tite, gives strength-yielding sleep, counteracts bll- lousuess, and keeps the bowels In first-rate order. Leanness, aud unnatural wanness aud sai'.owness of the face, are obviated by It, and so genial and beneficent are Its effects, that not only Is the body Invigorated and regulated by its use.but despondency banished from tiie mind. I npreueutable Heads are In a moment be.mt tied by tbe oper lion of CRIS TA DOUG'S 11AIH DYE. which without the slightest trouble, Imparts to tlie ha'rof the head, tbe whisk ers, beard or moustache, any shade of brown or tbe most perrect black. Ladies can use It without soil ing their lingers. It Is the most expeditious hair dye In the world, and the only one free Dora every pidsoncus fngredient, and that contains a nourish. ing and emollient vegetauie principle. 1 CiUtado ro's Hair Preseivatlve, a valuable adjunct to the Dye, In dressing and promo'lug the growth and per fect health of the hair, ard of Itself, whui used alone - a safeguard that protects the fibres fiom de cay under all circumstances and Liider all climes. Manutactured oy J enstadoro, no. H3 William street. New York. Sold by all druggists. Applied by all hairdressers. A VABD, To all who are surTerlng from the errors and Indis cretions ol youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., 1 will send a receipt that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. Th Is great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. IksiaS, Station P. Bible House, Jew Tor. Happi tidings for nervous suflerers, and those who have been dosed, drugged and quacked. Pulver. machefs Electric Belts effectuallTure premature debility, weakness and decay. Book and Journal, with intormatlou '1 thousands, mailed free. Ad- dre-8 PULVKRXACHXe, GU.VAH10 CO., ClndnuaU, Qol". tie CORE-NO FEE! li a I l: Vi -iiitil.)n Ctrv.-t. Jf.irrtj-, fir Hie niff of -il i; rt-. c.i---!t'- iv.-l ftHi-.u. l'i-t'bt-., rii:ttiiut Wt'uLit. ,.(riOU lt'blll'. n't iJt iaI;I0 (n-tTl.Velllly cured. l . -.i" 1 v.nl tW oft l.c Xiritjt in t t-i.uui. - n-e- tio AlerTfiiry ; ti" a- 1 t i.r ti.'etn tlm I'liiit-il attr-. LA1H1CS rwiutriin; tre.U m I l wil- l.ortit-urn. liter.!, ia i.rnriv. Ktvr- rfiivi-n!.-ii.i fin ,ti!nf. Semi F.ftT Vrr f. M V li K I AO i: 1' 1 1 K ! U . -.. .i...lrr). .VMMtlKIt l-AIU H un. ievuU::-n '.'. (-i.li f.-.r rsi?iril of Ku! bw''oi- n.irir.-ul' uf nifmrtant sort-. C&alA-JO tree mad coiitKUsntial. Ho iiU. EASDALE'S DYE KOUSt OFF.CES:?rFSt., flXCIXXATl, . Ircse. Shawl. fIIL, Velvets .nd Clothlnc TlTt-d. Umw In ll Fbrle Clranvil w ithout rip- fin. Loi-c 1'urti.liii. cleMneiJ, 1'eupe Xi-IU dyt-d. rem good dyvd in Ihe piece. W. ft. TEASOAlE. C J 'Send your gooda by express. Write for Circular i 1 .e b - vs. s. -r y. .sxoin.il. A victi.'i of yo-.tiliftil lmitnidence, canning premature dtvi'v. nervou9 debility, et;i Laving trie.1 in vain every Koinrn reuiedv. Ims found a simple self cure, winch he Wlil send rRTR to hi. fellow sulTercTs. Address I. H. KEEVt, 4S thalbui t. N. T. AflmlniAtrattr'M Notice. T T AVISO (iiialltled as Administrator with tbe will J 1 annexed of Mrs. Rebecca llurkle, deceased, all persons having claims against tbe said estate, are reotilred to present thein authenticated, as pre scribed by law, and persons Indebted to the estate are leouested o come iorwara arid serre. Wil. M. RANDOLPH. 35 Madison street In Itankruntcv. N- OTICE Is hereby given tbat a meeting of the creditors of Morris Kuebn, bankrupt, will be held st the office of T. J. Latham. Esq., Register In Bankrujtcy, No. 3'. Madison street, Memphis, Ten nessee, on the 20th of December. IS18, at 11 o'clock a.m . for tbe purpose mentioned In section 27 of th? act of congress, approved March 2, 18rl7. iid enil led: An actio esianusn a uunorm sys tern of uai.krui.tcy tniouL'hout the United Slates." All creditors are req te-ted to attend. l&Yl.Nii HiLSEY, Assignee. rpc?mber 0. 187. AHrninitratfir's Notice. TTAVIN'lbeen qualified as administrator of the I 1 . . ... 1 ,1. . , ) . .11 ft,.... , 1 1 itLAaauul all JL e.SlS.O VI AlbJIUlll i HI J 111. .l l- '.' " , u. persons having c alms agtinst ths said estate are no. linesl lO preso a tiictu o,s l ' l r 1 1 1 ie it uj icin, auu .i- . i...i..l.l..,llf.lha u.l.1. uta .iia11 11 MtmA fot SOUS lllll.l'l". IV lUl InltlllV ... 17 D-1UVMUI. W ' " w. ward and settle. GEO. C. HARBIN, Administrator, at 257 alp street XV. A. W1IAMS. WIJLILIAMS & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF Lumber, Shingles and Lath! DOORS, SASH AND BUNDS. FRUIT AND PACKING-BOXES ! OFFICE AND YARD: Corner Gayoso and Second Sts. Motyi ;K-i - M. SAMTBE, Wholesale Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats. HGit JIniu ht . (Opposite Court Square) Memphis, Tenn, A LL orders from country Merchants entrusted to my care will be tilled with promptness and at the J Lowest Market prices. EDMUND ORG1LL, New York. G. DKNTSON. A fi M'NEAU ORGILL Our Stock of Goods is Fresh and Complete, and shall be pleased to receive your Orders. 1 ho Largest Assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Machinery And Mill Supplies, to be found in the city. IRON PIPE, MACHINERY FIXTURES, GUM AND LEATHER BELTING. ;;&C-o3L:S ro:-rt. ftS-far eft J. K. K0DWI'. L. I). MULL1XS, Jr. Cotton Factors aod Commission Merchants 336 Front street, corner Union, Memphis. Particular attention given to the handling of cotton while in shed FULMER, (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, McKAY & CO.) W jQil- T sTH Grocers, Cotton Factors Axid Commissioii . ?Iercliaitsf Vas. 371 and 373 Main street, gfemphis. Tenn. John Steele. W. J. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants. Jfo. 208 Front Street. MBF.R4L(1AH ADVANCES MADE OS COTTOX.l J. H. M'DAVITT. B. M. STRATTON. HAVE 1SK01SEJL WITH A FKKSI1 SUFF-Y OF FINE STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, SUtfAl?. COFFEE, FL.OUK, -KITS, LAUD, fTC. Oar MrandHof floor: Tho King, White Swnn. Our Eagle. Our Gold Dust, Sel'Ris'ng Flour, Self Rising Buckwheat. Chitim Baking Powders. Cheese and Crackers; also, toreign and Domestic Canned Goods, Sjrups, Molasses, Cheese, Crackeis, Raisins, Nuts, lruits, Etc No. 281 MAIN STIiEg- MEMPiaiS, TEK1V. STEWART, HWYMMEI 00. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 35G and 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Alt I - Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Mercliants, NTew Orleans, HEW GOODS ICE1ID DAILY I T At Wholesale, Wheeler, Pickens &Co tllH Main 31. Gavin. John . Sullivan. M. Gavin & Oo. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factors, And Commission Sfercliants, S3 3 5 Front Stroot, 2VIoii3i.i3, Tonn. Between Adams and JefTerson. mi tort .t mwoiT.r. dpvntp his wnle time to the 'WelsrViinff nnd Sale of all Cotton Intrusted to Our our charge. We have our own Cotp-.n Warehouse, corner Washington and Second. u. T. PORTER. W. V. PORTER, TAYLOR & CO AND No. 300 Front Street, Rflwppri Madison and Irgonroe Menaphiw. Tennenaee. The Ofllce and in iBmi & HLJIOVKD TO 3fo.3GS Main Street, Opposite Peabody Hotel. WHERE will be found a full line of our own Uinurrtcture of JEANS, TWEEDS, LIN3STS, BLANK ETS, KNITTING YARNS aud JEANS CL01 HING, to which the attention of buyers U directed. Bf-OBDEltS WILL KKCBIVE VHOUVV A.l) CAREFUL ATTH TIO '.! It. H. PLAIN SAW-MILL AND YARD: North Front Street, JOHN T. WILLIN'S THER8 & CO. S. M. McCALLUM. co. N & CO. Chase. W. W. Ward. J. E. DUNSCOMB. S. H. DUNSCOMB, JR. 1 CO., Louisiana. e o Street. Thus. Clarta. 91. J. Clark. TAYLOR. G. W. MACRAE. G-rooers V-ili. 8n!e - room of tbe oolen Mills &C0 OTS Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appointed andiua!lMed as Admin istrator of the estate of David Talt. deceased, all persons Indebted to said estate will please come forward and settle. Those having claims against said estate will present them at once. JOHN IRVING, Administrator, At Toll (iate on Poplar street. MkmI'His, Tkwn. November. '10. I7X. Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as tbe administrator of the esta'e of Ed R- T. Worsham deceased, all per sons Indebted to said estate are hereby notliltd tc make payment of same, and all holding claims against said (state will present them to me. or my attorney, at No. 27Vls Mtln street, duly authenti cated, la the time prescribed tiy law, or the same will be barred. WILLIAM WORSHAM, Administrator. R. C. WILLIAMSON, Atlornt-y. No 27fUa Main street. Administrator's Notice. KAVIN'i) been apiilnted and qualified by thi Probate Court of Shelby county, as adminis tratrix on the estitte or Gus A. Miiitl. nollce Is h -r by given to all creditors of said estate, to press it their claims to me. or my attorney. U. W. Miller, and all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to call and settle. MRS. S. L. MORTI. Administratrix. C. W.MILLER. Attorney. Administrator m otice. HAVING qualified as administrator of the estate of Krttl C Schaper. deceased, all persons bating cl tlins again. t the said estate are required to present them prois-rly authenticated as pre-cilticd lijlaw, and persons Indebted to the estate are re quested to come f oi ward am settle. ANDREW HKNKEK1 . Administrator. Adminifttrator'M Notice. HAVING been appointed and qualillea as admin istrator on the estate ol Thomas M. t ur.er. Ceceased. notice Is hereby given to all creditors ol said estate to present their claims 13 me, and all persons Indebted to said estste are requ-sled to call and stttie. WILLIAM H. CARVER. No. 14 Lnlon street. Admlnlslrnlor's Hale. I WILL sell, at private sale, within the next ten days, the following pniertr, belonging lo the estate of tbe late William Meyer: Two horces, three mules, two cows, fifteen head ot hogs, four geese, three sprinkling wagons, three farm wagons, tine spring wagon, one buggy, two carts, three double sets names, two sets single buggy harness, two sets diay harness, one saddle, one llow, nnd a lot of house hold and kitchen furniture. Terms cash. HENRY LLEHRMANN. Chancei y Sale of Real Estate, ON Saturday, Dcieuilicr 2", 1JK. No. 2:i8: R.D.. 1128 H.D.-Chancry Court of Shel by couuIt,-Humes A Po.-ton vs H. 8. Newsom et aU BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 2 1st day of March. 1877. M. B. 17. P. :i73. and renewed De cember rt. 1H7X, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master s ofllce. Courthouse Jjulldlng, Main street, Memphis, Tennesse, on Matnrday. erember 2, 1H7N, within legal hours, the following described proi?ity, situated in Shelby cuuuit, Tennessee, to-wlt: In that part of Memphis known as Chelsea, and being parts of lota 278 and 27'.', on plan ol Green law's addition lo Memphis, aud lieglniilng for the part owned by H. il. Newsom at a stake, the north east corner of Fifth and Kerr streets; thence east with Kerr street SO leet; thence north 14HV2 feet lo an alley; thence we t with said alley 50 feet to Mfth street; uience southwardly witu east line ot nun street to the beginning. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months, pur chaser giving bond and security, bearing interest from date, ana Ilea retained to secure purchase money. This December 7, 187S. M. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. U.W. (Miller, Humes Post in and Clapp Jt Mux, attorneys. ItEXTALi NOT1CF. J OTICK Is hereby given, that on Saturday, January 4, 187(1, I. as Receiver of Ihe Fain and Wbltmoi-e Planta tions, situated in sight tt Osceola. Mississippi county, Arkansas, will. In pursuance of an order of the Circuit Court of Mississippi county, Arkansas, at Its November term. lXJti, proceed, within legal hours ol said day. to rent said tain and wnitmore Plantations, at public outcry, to the highest bidder. In front of the courthouse In Osceola, Mississippi county, Arkansas; said plantations containing, re spectively, about three hundred and fifty acres, will De renieu separately; ana me psriy cr panics rent ing same will be rtouiied to give note, ni h m prove. I security for said rents, and a l en retained on the crop ra'sed on said plantations for the rents re-p?ct- lveiy tnereor. j m m lki tn, Receiver, oswoia, aik. Parties oesllug Information Inquire of Myers & Srieeti, Att'ys. 27'. Main slreer. Memphis, Tenn. mm EXTRAORDINARY IN KREMER, Millinery Stock BEAUTIFUL TK151MED HATS For . S3 and 84. BeautlM Trimmed Hats, S3, SI, S7 . Extraordinary Bargains. French Hats for Sh. $ and S10. Paris Pattern Hats, S12, S13. $14. tbe Greatest Bargains ever offered. Children's Hats and Boys' Caps, 50 and .tc. and ,fry rhfip.' Felt Hats, 25, 50 and 75c, and SI. Kxtraordlaary Bargains In Feathers. Wings, Flowers, F:tc., Etc. We sell them now at about half price. Velvets, Plushes, Gilt Cords, Orna ments, trf half jirirr, to close out st"ck. WOSDERFUL BAKGilNS IN Bl'clt . Caglim eroe 42 Inch wide Cashmere, all wool. extra gootl, tin, 1)5. 75 and 8)c. Extra line and gootl, 85c. Very best, S 1 per yard ; and Something liner than ever before seen here for $1 25 per yard. Surety thrxe IPrriniiix in nut III.ACK L'ASHM EKES r g miter tluiu any ther Jiottxe tlie Atiu:riotn t'ott tineut tuit ijff'i-r tttt-m. DOLIANS, CLOAK'S AND CmClLARS Now at Cost! F.!eiid!d Cloaks. S4. S4 50 and $5. E ; ganl Cloaks. Sti, 7 and 8. idagoual Cloaks. SO 50. S7 50. S8. Magnificent Cloaks, $10, $11. $12. The handsomest Cloaks only $15, worth $25. Dolmans, S10.S12 and 815. Dolmans, S15, $17 and $11. nODKItl IIABVAIXM! CLOAKS WAT BELOW AN MODI 'S l-RICES, TO CLOSE OVT STOCK! Opening; Monday Morning, 175 NEW DOLMANS! Very Cheap! EXTKAORDIN'AIir BAIKJAIXS - ix Dress Goods, Silks, Etc Jl'ST Ol'KN ED ! GRENAT CAMEL'S HAIR CLOTH, Navy Blue, Green and Brown. L A DIE V CLOTHS, All Wool, very Cheap! LOVELY VE3TINGS, for Ladles' Costumes, Just Received! COME & BUY GREAT BARGAINS AT HERZOG&CO'S, 253 and 255 SAIN ST. ml BARGAINS KREMER, TRUSTEE'S SiLE. BY virtue ot tbe terms of a deed In trust, to me executed by L. A. Rhodes and wife. C. M. RhiKles, on the tenth day of Febiuary. 1873. which deed of trust Is duly registered In the Register's oflice of Shelby county, Tennessee, In deed book No. i:), (.age 177, 1 will on Tuesday, January 7, A. D. 1S79, at the south gate of Court Square, In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, sell to the highest bidder for cash, tue following property, situate lying and being In Shelby county. Tennessee. In the town of German town, and tvMr.g lot two (2t. block B on tbe plan of said town, and thus described: Beginning at the northeast corn-r of Spring and Cross streets, thence west with Cross street 1M8 feet to the lot of Thomas Brooks; thence along hie line of said lot south 1'Vt fet; thnee east 118 fet; thence north W leet to the beginning. Also the other lot In said town of Germnitown de scribed as follows: Beginning at the southwest cor ner of the above described let; thence south 78 de grees, west 3 4-100 chains! to a stake; thence south 1 H degrees, 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 11-100 chains t ithe beginning. Also, a pan or lots and , on tne original plan ot said town, on widen th? storehouse ot said Rhodes was located in Fein uarr. 1873. fronting :ji) fei-t, more or less, on Budse street; thence weslwardly between parallel lines 2U leet to Spring street, being the same riroi erly convejed in trust lo Wm. P. Paul, as trustee, by deed of record In Shelby county Regis ter s once, in oook ;ir, part sii. pages H and 4-Ri. Terms of Sale - Cash. Kutiltr ot redemption and dower Inleie l barred, and title telleved to be good although I soil and convey only as trustee. D. H. I'OSTON. Trustee. Trustee" Sale. IT N DKR a d eit'of tnist lexecjleil by G. II. Davis. J on the 7 th day of .lune. llt8. and recorded in the leglf ler's oil'ice ol bhelby i-oiniiy. i niiiessee. in recoril Isiok; No. 124. paire 4tl5, I will as trustee, at the request of the lieneflelartcs, on Monday, llecf mlior l, 1878, on the southwest corner of Main and 51 nllso:i ' reels, Meniphis, Tennessee, sell to tbe hlg.lest bid der tor cash, the following i ruiHrty. to-wii: A certain lot of land, lying and being in Colder vllle, Shelby county, Tennessee, situated at the south fast corner of th Intersection of Main and Wash ington streets, fronting (40 forty feet on Main street, and running hick between parallel line oi iiiimlreii i. ij) leet. iuk.uioi uu Ine Improvements thereon. Sale at 12 o'clock m. Title bellivcd to bs good. I sell and onvey as trustee only. EoiiIit of reitemn- tion waived WM. M. BROOK9, Trustee. Mkmi-bi-. Tkss.. November 25. IH78. Trnstee'j Kale. LN iHirstutnce of Ihe terms of a trust deed exe cuted lo me by Walker R. Carter, on Ice 22d litT of Settember. 177. and dulv iisteiFl. etc, 1 will, on January g, is? 9. at the soutliKtrst cornemr Main and Madison streets. ii the city of Memphis, procti d to sell at nubile auc tion, lo the highest bidder for cash, tne wharfb.'at "If. fc. Lee. now lying at the wharf at the city ol Mt-mpbls, Tennessee, together with all and singular the sp;-rs, cables, chains, stages and other appurte- nances to saia wnarirxiat. .ie between tne Hour of 12 m. and 1 p.m. s. J. CAMP, Trustee. Trnfstee' Sale. BY virtue of a deed made to me as trustee, by M. F. Ball, of rt-cortl In the oOice of the n sler "I Shelby county, In book No. 14. page 30. chHltel mortgages, on Saturday, December H, at Hie Ayr. s building, near Court square, on Second street, Memphis, Tennessee, between the hours ol lit o'clock a.m. ami 4 o'clock p.m.. lor the purpose of paying tue debt thereby secured, which remains unpaid. I will tell at public auction for cash, to the highest bidder, tlie following describe I property: One Mosler. Bahman A Co. Iron safe, six mirrors, rUty-fotir bedsteads, thlrtv-flve bureaus, thirty-five WfchsUuds. ten wardrobes, thirty-eight caniets. forty extension and round tables, one hundred and titty chairs, twelve hat-racks, one sideboard, one piano forte, six sofas ami settees, one colee urn. twenty-seven silver cssteis, two clocks, litleen framed wall-pictures, three Ice boxes, two writing desks, one counter, shelvi ug, b-tr fixtures and bar furniture, three vaces with stuffed birds, one Red ding A Co.'s patent annunciator, and all the kitchen ana utoingroom iurniture, silverware, cnina ami stoneware, table linen, bed springs, mattress s and betiding of every description, and all the beiroom Iurniture, gas fixtures, and other articles and prop erty contained lo the building lately known as Ball's ti iroe.in Hotel. In tne city or Memphis. Th above sale Is made under the permission of the Dlsti let Court of the United States tor the Dis trict of West Tennessee, sitting in bankruptcy. The. title to tne property is believed lobe good, but I scii as trustee only. The propel ty may be seen and examined by par ties ut-slrkg to purchase at any time be oiv the day of sale. JOHN LTB31NS, Trustee. W. M. Ramku.ph. Attorney. Notiee TrnstfcV Sale. UrNDE!t and by virtue of two certain trust deeds, to me executed as trustee, one by 1'. FL Bowers aiid wlte, Jenny Bower., or date 28th day of May. 1877. and recorded In the Register's olllce or Fayette county. Tenner-see, In fcecor.i Book No. i. pages 524 to 528, the other by J. J. Holloway. and Mary B. Holloway. his wile, of date 28th a,!' ol May. 1877, and lecorded In the Register s mice ot Fayette county . lennetsee, in Record BtHik No. H, Pities 503 to 5ti7, to both of which trust deeds, itcurded as aforesaid, reference is hereby itide tor a lull and perfect ltlentllicatlon of ihe trope ty.md for a full and perfect understand lng ol the object". Mirnoses and terms of the trusts therein created, default having been made in Ihe .ayinents tuereiu stipulates, l, as suen trustee, win. .u uedusiday, Uteembir is, 1S,S, eKe fur sale, and s-Il at I ub'.lc oulcrr. to the litgiits. unider. ior casn. tne ioiioAing leii e-ui'.e. situate and descrtlmd as follows: A certain lot or parcel ol grcunu in the town ot Someivilie, btate of Tennessee, County of F ayette, known and designated on the plan of said ton its lot number (.') nine, in Block C, in said town; It be ing a corner lot fronting (33; thirty-three feet on the public square, and tfoutuig (KM) slxty-slx feet on tne east side of Lsgiauge street, together with the buildings thenenn, and tbe rights hereditaments ana appurtenances thereunto lielonglnz. Sold un der the trust deed made by J. J. Holloway, deceased, already referred to: Also a certain lot or parcel or ground, situate, ly ing and being in the town of Somerville, county of Fayeite, State of Tennessee, and described as fol lows, tc-wlt. Parts of lots numbeis (ti and 7) six and seven, bounded as fallows: Beginning at the southwest corner of lot number rt; six. tsence east with F ayette street the full depth of said lot No. tl, and fourteen (14 feet beyond unto lot number f7) seven, to an alley ten feet wide, thence north C21 twenty-cne feet and ten inches, or so far as to strike west th? center of the wall on the norta side of a brick house erected on lot number (rt) six; thence west on a line with the cenier of said wall (HO eigcty feet to the outside of tbe front wall of said house; thence south with the front or west wall to the beginning, tngetcer with all Improvements and appuitensnces thereunto belonging. Sold under the trust deed made by P. H. Boweis, deceased, already referred to. Also the following lots and parcels of ground In the town of tomervllle, county of F'ayette, State of Tennessee, to-wlt : Lots (5, . 8 and () five, six, eight ana nine, and that part of lot number (7 seven between luts 5 and rt. and H ami Si, lu block A. lu said town, being same lots Ukiii which the three new brick stoies have been recently erected, on southwest corner of public square, and belngtbe old Ball Tavern stand, being the same decreed to P. H. Bowers by the Chancery court at Pomervllle. In 1875, in the casn if John C. Waddell, adminis trator, versus widow, heirs and creditors of John II. Ball, deceased, an undivided half of which was conveyed to J. J. Holloway by P. H. Bowers, by deed of date 7th April, 175, the two undivided halves of wblcn were conveyed to 'lie as trustee, one by J. J. Holloway and wife, and one by P. H. Bowers and wile. In the respective trust deeds already referred to. All right or equity of redemption or repurchase of said properly Is expressly walv In said trust deeds, and the purchaser's title wlil be absolute. Title be lieved to be perfect, but I sell and convey as trustee only. bale will be made on or at the premisesof.be reipectivti nieces ot property, within leg:tl hours, o.i the day above stairu. N. B. JOHNSTON. Trustee. Wright & F'olkes. Attorneys, etc Trustee" Hale. UNDER a deed or trust executed by G. H. DatK on the 7th day ot May, 1875, and recorded In the register's cilice of Fayefe county, Tennessee, In Record Book No. 5, pages 154. 155 and 15ri, 1 will as trustee, at the request of the bencliclary. Oh Tuesday, December 17, 1S78, In front of the courthouse, in Someivilie. Tennes see, sell to the highest bidder lor cash, tbe follow ing property, to wit: bltuatfd In Faiette county. Slate of Tennessee, ami described as follows: Bounded on the north by the Memphis aod Charleston railroad, on the south by ihe fctate Line road, on the east by Blair's land, on the west by David Davis's old place, containing 141 acres, be ing tihe same place . conveyed by D. J. Armour and the chancery court ol Somerville. Tennessee, In 1873, together with all the improvements there on. Also, the following personal property to-wlt: Two brown mules, one bay mule, one sorrel 1 mare. Sale at 12 o'clock m. Title believed to be gootl. I sell and convey as trustee only. Equity of retteinp tlon waived. W. M. BROOKS, Trustee. November 25, 1878. ltankrnpt Male. - In matter of .1. Boyce Farley, Bankrupt: )Y virtue of a general order of sale entered by the I'ultdd States District Court, for the West ern District ot Teunessee. I will sell at public auc tion, in the town of Colllerville, In lront of J. T. Briggs A Co.'s stole, on Saturday, Detrmbtr between 12 and 2 o'clock of said day, all the right, title ai.d interest the said bankrupt had at the time til the tiling or tbe petition In bankruptcy against him. In and to certa n notes and accounts, and the following described real estate: One tract of land containing two hundred and five acres (more or less) lying across tbe southwest quar ter of section 12. town 1. range 5, west, and extend ing Into the northwest quarter of said section, and bounded on tbe north by R. H. Henderson, oo tbe east by D. Glenn, tin the south by J. B. Farley's homestead, and on the west by the Byhalla road. A lot cf ground in the town of Colllerville, tohelr-y county, containing three acres, mere or less, botn d ed on the north by Wesson, Jon the east by H I !y and Mis. Lumpkin, on the south by Mrs. v.. Smith, and on the west by Mrs. .1. T. Vi I! !i:nis. One tract of land lying In the Tenth v. .1 Dist. lit of Shelby county, two miles Lorth cl C iilieiOlie. bounded as fol'ows: Beginning at a st l;e on the south lineof Mrs. Farley's oower. the iit-rih-aacur-ner of one hundred acres, laid off as J. B. Farley's homestead, running south wi:h the eul boundary line of said one hundred acre tract. 11 chains and 50 liuks to a stake on the northwest corner of J. T. Brlggs4Co.'s tract ; thence east 1 8 chains and 78 links to a stake; thence north lrt chains and 50 links to a slake on olenn's trsct. thence west with G enu and Mrs. Farley's siLth line, 18 chains and 78 ltuks to the beglnnlne; coutalnlng thirty-one aCrms of Sale A deposit of 5 per cent will be re quired at the time of sale. H. IR8Y. Assignee. Administrator" Notice. HAVING been appointol by the Probate Court of Slielbv county, administrator of tlie estates or Samuel B. Miller and Kmelle Miller, deceased, this Is to notify all persons indebted to said estates to come forw ird and settle at once, and those having claims against said estates are notified to piesent the same at once, properly proven, at my o111cl,3I Madison ftreet. On Wednesday, December 18, 1878, In front of IL Buttenberg's, No. 231 Second street, city of Memphis, I wid sell at auction, the personal property of S. B. Miller, consisting of table and china ware, kitchen furniture, carpels, beds and beddlng,.cbatrs, sewing-machine, etc, etc Teirus of sale Cash. JAMES H. M ALONE. Administrator. Memphis, Tens., December 7, 1878. Dr. D. S. Johnson's PK1VATK Medical IMspengnry, So. 17 JEFF FIi:;0 STREET, Between. Slain and Front. Memphis. (CSTAJISH IS lM'C. DR. JOBN'SOH Is ao"w; ged by .til parties lr-te.-e-ded as by far the i:ic : sucwful physlelm In the treatment of private or 'lsi'asea. tu'.i k, thorough tnd permanent tn:re ,.t:. -..deed In ereiy case, uisie or female. Rec.- nl r-. of Gonorrtta and Syphilis cured In a fe-.vd.-t...,. -. rriout the uaett mercury, change of dUt, or hln.li.:' ;roin buslnis. Second. try Syphilis, the last vstt;,, , ,. plicated wit) . out the use of rnercuiy. IriTeiunly loss of sen t a topped In a short time, ciiflererj from Irapotercr or loss of sexual rowers restored to free vigor In a few weeks. Victims of self -abuse aud excessre venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and lata f physkAl end mental power, speedily and perm.- -nently cured. Particular attention paid to toe Diseases ot Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new rrraedle. Piles and old sores cured without the use of caus tic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Kcidicines sent by express to ad pans of the cour.. try. Offloo hours from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays from 3 to 6 p.m. T. a. JOHNSON. M.D, Chancery Male of lteal Fatate. Chancery Court of Shelby Oounty. D. A. Harrell, ertr , etc., vs. M. V. Hamner. et al. J Y virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en- tered In theabovecause on the ninth day of July. 1878, M. B. 23. P. 4i. and renewed December 4. 178. M. B. 22. P. 441. I will sell, at public auc tion, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Masters oflice. t'ounhouse building. Main ktreel, .Memphis, Tennesse, on On Haturday. Uerenber 1S7H, within lgal hours, tbe following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to wit: F"rst-A certain tract of land, beginning at a hickory maiked P. F. and J. V.. on the west boun dary line of Samuel Wilson's 25-ere survey: thence ncrth twenty-three chains 50 links lo a post oak mat ki-d I'. V.; thence west 10 chains to a stake be nl g eoulh 2d tlegrees, west :j links for a black gum marked p. V. ; thence south 8 chains and 541 links to a Make north 5M degrees. eat i5 links for a gum mnrnett P. F. ; thence west Kl o:es to a stake and two white oak pointers; ihence south 1 poles to a stake and two hickory pointers on tbe north beiintlaiy ot the Joseph Vaulx survev t.f 2r'l acres: thence east 125 poles to the beginning, con taining 5rt acres by estimation, bslnir, the same land conveytd by Peyton F letcher to F'. A. Hooker, and duttsd December 2. 148. on record In book 3, page Ml. etc.. Register's oHice. tev-ond a'.jo another tract of lHnd In same State and county, and on the waters of Wolf river and es tlinateti to cord tin 2121 acres, lying In thelllh riM lft. rtnire 4 and section 2, being the same land couvt-ied to V. A. Hooker, by and from Joseph Vaulx, tinted liecsiiilier 30. If 50, and of Record in Regis ters office, in book No. Ji, page 212. etc. Third Alo one other tract of land In same State and cininly, beginning at a stake, from which north 2i tiegiees. east 33 links to a black oak marked P. nort hwest of entry No. 1 rt2W Ior 1 50 acres. In the na-i eol Peiton Fletcher; thence north 123 poles lo a slake and 3 black gum pointers; thence west it l-oles to a stake and black gum In small brand , Spanish oak. dogwood and maple iwlnters; them 4D poles to sweet gum sapling, white oak post aim hickory pointers: Ihence east 43 poles to a stake, two I osi oak aud dogwood pointers; thence south 13 l)les to a ih oak marked P. F'., thence west 41 P It s to the beginning, containing by estimation 41 arres. nd being the same land conveyed to . A. Hooker, by deed fr.m Isaac bteelman. dated Janu a y :i. M."l.and.f record lu Ihe Register's oflice In 1m k No. rt. page 542. etc. loiirth Also one other tract of land In the same SUle and county, lying and being In the Ninth Civil District, containing US aces, more or iesr. and bounded as follows. to wit: Bcliiolug at a s'ake with John Howell's line, and running uo;th 1 0 degrees west 52 poles to a stak and bl ok oak "J. H." John Howell's northwest ct-1 net; thence west 1 1 poles to a stake and two black oak pointers; thence north 22 poles to a stake and two hickory po'u'ers, Jos. Vaulx; thence 115 poles, cornering on an ash on Hie bank of a branch; thence up the course of s tld branch south Id decrees west 28 poles to an elm and a large white oak; thence south 30 degrees 5rt poles to a hickory; Uience south 7rt degrees east firt poles to a large wh.te oak onth bank of said branch; thence north 75 .iegrees east 83 poles to the beginning being the same land conveyed to F". A. Hooker by deed from Aaron Jrl. Bryan, dated January 23. 1854, of recird In the Register's office In book No. Id, page 187, etc. F ilth - Also another tract or land, situated in said county and State, in district No. 1. bounded on tbe noilh by the lands of F. A. Hooker, and on tbe north and west by the lands of the heirs of W. San- derllu, coMtalnlng acres, and being the same land conveyed to F A. Hooker by deed from J. W. Pennington and J. W. Williams, tiding executors of Graves PenniniMon, deceased, dated November lo, 1K54. and of record In the Register's ofllce til said county, in book No. 23, page 3S7. tc. Sixth Also one other tract of land In raid State p.ml county, lying and being lu range 4 and section 2 of the ninth civil distiict, being a part of a lOllj-ncre tract that Is deeded to.lolin Howell from Anurew M. Howell, ami bounded as follows, to-wlt: Beginning at a hlckoiy maiked J R, the northwest corner of James M.Lewis's 5(iO-acre tract; thence south !1 poles to a Make, and hickory, red oak and post oak pointers: thence west 21 chains and 17 links to a stake: thence north 19 poles to a stake; thence north, 1 0 decrees west, 1 (S chains to a stake; ther.ee a-t 24 chains and SO links to the beginning, containing 5(t acres and being the same land conveyed to F. A, Huoker by mid trora John Howell, dated January 27, 185;, aud recorded in the Register's oflice of Sheloy county, book No. 40 Iart 1, imge 225, etc. Seven-h Also a 50-acre tr.tci of land sltrated In the same comity and nelghur- -ood, it being the west half of the lOO-acre tract u --i. h!ch the late Joseph Wetter lived, ahd which w:is i ,::vhased by F'. A. HcokeT after the cealh of said V ' t. The said tract wiissub divided for saie by K . C. Knk. aud lies on the west side of the Fisheivtlle and Colller vlila road, said road having been located on the division line between theeasum and western halves of the sud lOO-acre tract since tbe same was divid ed by said Kirk. The above tra.ts Will be surveyed and sub divided before the day of sale. Terms of sale-On a credit of rt and 18 months, purchaser executing note witn approved security bearing interest from date of sale. Tnis December H, 1W78. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. i'lnluy, Peters & Greene, Kortrecht it Cralt, and Gantt A Patterson, attorneys. CHAJiCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE Or. Saturday, December , 1S7H. No. 413, R (2-Chancery Court of Shelby county-. John w.; arfer vs. Virginia Owen. No. 1036 B i2r Geo. W. Webb vs. H. Irby. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above causes on the nineteenth day of December, ls7rt, and renewed December rt, 1878 I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. I in front of the Clerk and Master's oflice. Courthouse Dutiding, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, On Mntnrday. December 8, 1878, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: In Range 5. Flevemh Surveyor's District, bounded as follows: Beginning at a point In tbe east line of Lot No. I , as subdivided and partitioned In these causes, 1 0 chains and 3D links from the northeast corner of said sub. '.vision; thence runs V chains and 50 links to - a stake; thence north rt chains and 75 links to a Spanish oak; thence east 1 2 chains to a point In a held owned by one Dennis; thence south 4 chains to a stake 10 links from -i dead elm with a water-oak pointer; thence east 50 chains to a point in the edge or a ditch at Hie northwest corner of a 50 acre tract owned by one Arnold; thence 38 chains to Wolf river with holly and hickory pointers; thence with tlie meandorlngs of ssitl river to a point 50 links south of a sassafras pointer; thence north 17 chains and 20 links to a stake; thence west (i chains aod 50 links to a stake with two Iron-wood beech, and poplar pointers: thence north 72 chains to tbe be ginning, containing 2431,2 acres. For fuller de scription reference Is here made to the decree lor partltlcn on tile herein. Terms of Sale Cash. This December li. 1878. K. J. BLACK, Clerk pnd Master. Humes ami Postou. Attorneys. Cliant'tTy Sale of Real Estate. No. 2172-Chancery Court of Shelbv County Alltn Hill et al. vs. Robert Henderson cl al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, fa U?red In tbe above cause on the 2lstilayti June. 17. and renewed, etc. December 4. 1878, 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's otrlc". Courthouse Building, Memphis, Tenn.. on tsialordny. Decemlier It;, tvitldn legal hours, the following iltst nt-t'il projierty, situated In Shelby ismrty. Tenneswr. to-Ait: Be ginning at a rock on Mr. Lacey's wst Pneattlie southeast corner or tbe 50-acre trad pin chased ty Mr. Lacty from W. Hill; taencewest l:i chains U2 links to a rock on Avery's east line and southwest corner of said 5o-acre tract; tnence fouth 1 degree, east 21 chains 50 links to a stake ( Aveiy's southeast corner); thence west 8 chalns,io a stake with red oak and to poplar pointers on Charles Davis's east line, and cornering with Avery, being bis southwest cor ner: thence south 1 degree, east 54 chains and 20 links lo E. Farley's northwest corner, on Charles Davis's ekst line; thence east 18 chains 80 links to to Allen Hill's southwest comer on FL Farley's north Hue; ihence north I degree, west with said Hill's line 5) chains 7t links to said Hill's northwest cor ner; thence east 3 chains 12 links to a rock on A Hill's north line, the southwest corner of the Lacey tract; thence north 1 degree, west 25 chains to the beginning, containing 123 acres. Terms of Sale One-fourth cash; balance In six and e lghteen months, purchaser lo give notes with approved security; lieu retained on lsnd to further secure purchase money. Equity ot redemption barred This December rtth, ls7s. R. J. BLACK, Cleik and Master. Humes .V Poston, Solicitors for Complainant. liancery Kale of Keal FMtate. No. 28rt3-Cbancery Court of Shelby county Andrew Tailor vs. J. B. Farley et aL JOy virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en- tered I u tbe above cause on Uie thirteenth day ol July, 1878, and renewed, etc, December 4, 1878, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's ofllce. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Cslatnrday, December X8. 1N7H, Within legal hours. Ihe following described prop erty, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee. U wit: Be lus a part ot section (1 1 1 eleven In the (loth) tenth clvi! district of t.tld county, beginning at a stake with cherry aud elm potDlttrs, and running thence south H8 chains to a stake In a road, thence east 20 cua'ns to a stake with a iiosi-oak pointer, Uience north 40 chains to a stake bi a f -nce, thence east 20 chains to a stake with a nosl-ok pointer, thence north 40 chains to a stake :n a Mod. thence along the road south 87 degrees we 310 links, thence rli degrees west, ( chains 40 ln.'r- . thence north 61 decrees, west 480 links, then.- n-ri 73 degrees, we-t lrt chains rt.o links, UieLf. u 'i 53 degrees west rt chains 70 links to a post-v ---: -nter. thence north 42 degnes, west 4 chains "v . ..is to the be ginning. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven (7) months, fiurcliaser to execute note with approved security, l.n retained until same paid. Equity of redemption barred. This December fi. 1 S78. B, J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. F'lnlay, Peters Greene, Sollcltois Ior Complain ant Administrator' ale. I WILL sell n December 13,1878, within legal hours, at the residence of the 1 le F. E. PlelU. all the personal property of deceased, conslsUng of brrses, mules, wagons, carts, farming utensils, household and kitchen furniture, hay. corn, etc; also one rockaway. bald property will be sold to the highest bidder, for cash. GEORGE BORNER, Administrator.