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TH.HJ MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--SUND 1Y, DECEMBER 22. 187S. 5 V II A I L W i A I T I V. E-TA Ii L EN . lul.vllle ud Kaahvllle and t.reat Hnthcra. LEAVB. 1UKII 1. Fxr-e. dally (except rat.) 1 1 :5(l p.m. I f:"0 p.m. Mall. dally UDO a.m.i 8:16 a.m. M'-viuie Aecutr. Jiodatlon. I 1 !j incft' Sundtys)...! 4 1" p.m ... .. On ;iiiur.;.i), Kipfe. rutin only lo M'Kcrizle, cull- nec.ir..: for -jiivtii. IrmphU aad ( narlrxt on. (City time) Mill & Express TrHln.dally 1 nlgblj 1 1 a.n-. SjouTli. AconmiismtUH. i I J Oy e;.t Sundays) . 4 4Jt'.m. sSa.m. Or tnl Ju-.c-.lnn Acc, dally (ex:-! tniluT' . ; ! ninlHl.lppl and TruarMrr. i 1JK4V K. I AHHIVaT" N Orleans Mall, dally. ..Ii3 (HI p.m. 12:05 p.m. bardis Aecommndallon.dal- (eiwi'l Sundays! 3:39 p.m. 9:20 a.m. Fret !IU and Aecollimo t n, dily (except Sundays.. i7:l." a.m fi:0O p.m. MfBph'n and Little- Roffc. I I.MVL 4KK.VB. Mil Train, dally K -l M. da tyexoer.t H'in.V fiiio p.m K:3ii a.m. I'taiiurtiri Mud Itc-m phtw. Luva AUKiva. M .Ii . i n-.en:;'r'ritn,dall.' 4 15 p.m. ' W-'IO a.m. A firi'(t'M)iiion ifaiti 7 I'l a ni h :io p.m. CU'l TON. The ciark.'-t yesterday, as reported by tet fgriun. weie greatly Improved, price being ad v.i .eel a II hIi :tie line. M rta In Liverpool wre Ilriuer and Ul li tjlu-r. Arrivals were 3 32J ld bet ter at the nit-iil'U'. hut I lie advance was afterward Vir'l illj 1'mI. Ymkspois were advanced ihC. utures, iilliioiitih e.is, wrre two to live point bet ter. New oritads and Galveston were bota ad vanced Aecordlinc to a dlspat h received In New Yum. ti.e I.iver, ool a ttim exchange will o aerve li t-nifer 2.M1I and January 1st a holidays there. i ir in ukcl was strong, and the demand was greatly In n of ortering at preeent figures, toale were 4'KM rale, inoiily t exporter, and luot.itlon on grade alHive brdlni-ry. which re in ntieil uncha' ied. were advanced li!Ltc and as revised nra st iU-d beluw. Among tile salts was one lot of 7'M t ales. t'ottoa Kxelionre ((notation. ifUwitird Inteiift! C'.iuorrV'irion. I rextercbitj. iKiy before. Ordlnnrr (7 u7 Good Ordinary (7ls ?:la J. iw nil. I. in:. ' tPH 7-t4'7'S Mid.llinit f'rxl JHlt It Mkl lllld'tllt.R OA aHM .Midililu f.ur i; it) Nominal. Kj r Nominal. Nominal. Mirki t linn SiIh, 4H)iI bale. Including 2n(K) to exporters, l-'uxt to spinners, und 2H to apecu latora. Cottow Exchahob. t Mkmi'HI. December 21. 178. I Pt n-k on hand September 1 , 1 H7. . 954 Rtel to-day 3.707 H-ojelveU previously lHl.rt2a 1SS.32D iUlppel toly chipped previously block, running account IM POUTS. Tbua far this week TUun tar ln.il weeK bln je Septeinbjr 1st 2.H1S I8ti.2: ll.;i42 l2.ttill 13,23 . :i,707 Memphis and f'harleiton railroad 70 Mla.tlsslppi and Tennessee Kallroad 42H Loulsvtl.e. N.islvtlie and lireat Soulhern B.R. til 1 Padurati ami Mentpnla railroad 15 MempliU and Little Unck railway 217 Bl-Jtinera 1,224 Wmoiis and other sources 4K) Total ...3,707 .. 2.31 n ..2.tltfl) EXPOUT3. Thus farthl week.. Tlias f r lat week... buice 6epleinler 1st. 1I.4C.K. B -:io M. ft T. It. K. 420 Louisville, Naahvllla and Ureal southern HHlMiS Ttr mil, north 1,8118 By rail, south 420 Total 2,318 BV TELKGR ll'II. Th to lowlni are the latet te'etram of the Oomeiritu maiketa as retailed yeaterday lo the cotton exuuanee: Jlt'Kl .i'l,r ,f , Tier. TrUfratM. . M'irktt. llrc'iit. UutclU-nJ. lialve-rton Firm. :,734 New in leans Hrnier. 7 .01H H - 3IoblI Kirm. : 5.II14 M-J iSavHiitiah Finn 4.:iu7. H'm Cliail.Mt.m i KPnier. 2.2W yiffliii WilinitiKiou ' Firm. I f.f.2 hlj Norfolk i gil-t. 2 7:iii H'-H B.dtliii'ire I Firm. : 42H! W'H NewYork.... . : luil. : 1.200, 0 1-lrt Ho-tori ; Finn. ' ' pih Philadelphia.... Firm, j 371; llw at. Louis AllgH'a "ten.lr. I 1.1 HI I Wl.y?WIM Toe MIIokIiik are the New York spot quotatto'is for yesterday: ordinal v. 7 3-lftc; uood ordinary, Hkc; low Mil. l tln. it. M 1 1 -1 1 ; ii.KUiliiL', II 1-l'lc: good inld lltnK. 1 7-Hlc; ml Idllnn fair. 10 7-1 Kc At 10::t0, dull; 12:17, dull; 2:14, dull. Sales, 178 ba'es. The following Is the latest New York telegram of futures: Afonlu. liMtrdxy. I Duy Ixfun. Jan-i iry !t 2W? '.'.27 11.22 ? '2H Krbruaty il.4:irt H 44 3W W.40 JIarch i? u.no lt.54? Rfio April ll.73?i Si.74 ItrtSr? rill May ttMVJ 11 S7 !tH(7i 9KI Juna it '.W? ii US P.lUf? H.UU July It ..- 1 1(1 () 10.03f?10.or Autriivt lt).10? 10.15 10.07?1012 feepteiubyr ft i?i CK-tober , i? Jilovemuer i at Pecemner Hl'f? U17 I W 10f? 14 The tone of the future market was as follows: At -I.IS. eisj: 11. easy; 12 30, nun; 1:30, easy; '? we;lk. Hales XH.OiiO bales. v Orleans uiarktt closed active and firm iiiiiraet linuer; uMtUitu upla.. .'n rtikft h?lm' rlwl. S ales, sikio bales. Amei. . ' 04,w DdMS8, H-celpls, M.4'M bales, all Ameilc , u.i.i ,j The Llven.col liiture nmket opei. K f.'2d hlirher, rIik paitla'lv 1 t. December. Marcli" Jaii'iary-February, .ri'?.r 7-32d; February-. fi H-32f75l.pl; Mar n April. 5 5-lHrfn 11-.. " 5 5-ldd; A(T:-Mt. 5.is'?5 13-32f7.":iMt; May-Jun-," F 7-1'ld. Al 3 o'clock arrivals closed linn : Ilecemb r, ljd; Decembrr-January. 5 7 32d; Jainiiiry-F'ebru-ry. 51 id: Febmary-Maicb. 5 H-32d; JUsrch-Airll, 5 1 1 32J; April-May. 5 13 32d. The movements at the ports were reported aa fol lows: r.-.M HVe. TM Week Livt Tear. Wetlc. Hec';s since r ii... i 27.S'.1 Kxp' t t . Hnia n I 4.3511 K.xp'ts toContinent; 1.0O7 HUx-k 7('Sli5K 2-i.''.W 31,722 7.77! 11,132 H,HP2 12,012 TOii.4 r,l K14.H'H FI AMJ1AL. Tijsioes rn Mnrtison pfrect wns nctive yrg terdav. as Isitsiinl f-n S.itii!il.t v. n checking and de- iiosilunc. 1 xchmiKe n tilMity. at the usual rates, loney has tio'ht' K lit lhal eatrcr flematnl that Is t-oni.n in t tills li ne of the year, nor the banks the tightness that 1 common b toie Chrlsluiiis Liille lsil.)li In mild; the brokers buy at Hi anil sell ut 100. Kates for money were Hft J 0 per cent. Ier annum, the f irmer tor bank customtrs Fx-cli-irusa yuotlnK slrflit on New ioik him demand on New Muiland ;-soiT; slclit rrn New airland oil, aelllnia par; on New Orleans, 14 disi ount buying, sellPitf at liar. Shelby ounty aerlp b'jvlnir at K;, i-llingat in. Of the advance of the aailoniil cur rncy lo a par wilh iroid. the New York h'lllettn.ot We tnesilay, 8-is: "The sales at par In lhe gold To m were, of course, made for effect, as' selling rold at par ihere Is npilvalmt 'o bellLng It at slii r.mTi.. tmil.:Hil m full nittiu Isslon Is uald to the brok r. or at '.'. 15 10. provided half tho regular comiiil Ion Is charged, ('oncu.rentiy with this de cline In gold. Demand bills 011 London adva. iced to 4.HMI -tiomlnalli and to 4. KH actually. At 4N'."4 -4 H'.il.. gold cm be expmtnl: but gold expor.'s are 7mt reasonably exiiecieu 111 tne next lew miu Money In London Is. however, ative a nb ml 5 ner cent. At Fans, sterling ex- Ch;t!nr' rules at the ixiint that takes gold to Londin. 1 ;-.!.?. it inu-t be leinenibered. Is jet ireted. even .In Ine go'd nxiiii, as a commiKiity, as from 1 2? 2 ler -eru. tor cair. i' 1: 1; w.s imiu. 11 ireaieu ns iiioney. H would lend al the same rates us cunency." The) ew ioik I'-'t savs: "In this market gold still Ktmils (it Jil l; the sales. However, are l-n4ff.l-4 jib we this price; but as only varl ttlons of in are re ror.ld, they do not appear on the record. These Kiuali tnu'tions atnive par cover the commissions of the brokers sel'lng. s.i that the owner of gold. If be wells It at the rtock ext haiige. does not, as at one time r-tenlay. gel for t lss than the legal-Pmder and In il 1 Pin value j! the coins The lnlluenca of npeculalion ami the oiidiilon of gold as a commod ity In tne 111 i;ket may put tliem.tal again at 1 1H or I-or t per centiini. or some other tinting preml 11111, before lhe hr-t of J inuarv. Btlll. subntan tlal par has been ailalned." The ( hl c.igo Tri'jiur, of Tuursday, complains r the refusal of the treasury lo p it In gold In 1 iilaio, the Int-test dae on bdi.cls in ide payable there; it s: "It Is claimed that payment In a coin c!i-ck i New York which ha to os sold at a dls.-oiint Is not nsyment at Uh cents on tne dollar In C lib ago. Nt-llher the leiMl tenders nor the c ln checss whioa S.-cretary 8hei man's circular .sn will ts given to bo-idholdi rs will be worth par lu ChU i;!) Ti er w.il, after Jaoinry 1st, be worth par in New Ymk. but not here. The banks had been iimtld'utly courulri on payment In coin January 1st, as heietofore. atCfUrj hherman's circular has 10 npelled th-m lo r.rder gold Ironi New York, at an npneot SJ per 8 1000. an txnerue which they do -ot Ihink tin holders of bonds reglsteretl payable at "lago should have been coint:e. led to Incur. Sec "' Sherman's new Instructions have lhe singular rl l!7 "t taking lhe supply of gold smaller after re eueet or . lt wa3 belore In Chicago." b iniptlon lu IX Tt:LK(JRM-U. . . . , wmtifr 21.-inld sold at NKW. oivi.r.A.x?. it. discount, sjterllng ex- is;,; pieterred. 31: 5 20sor IK!'., lt HJ. 1U-40S. 11U; r.ew5s. 10Ma; 4i-s, lOtUss- .nf NEW YORK. Ieceiiiler21. Money iikii" -;' - Kwrl. 10 ,:.io- 17. i;f s; IHiW. HIM..; new 5, l"' 4: "f"'! '" ' Is Hew-.: 10-4'H. r.u sien-d. I0i; 1 Cs. IIS-1 (iovernment .1. , . I . I ',!. iruuwn) .., ..,.. "fc!o mil 'III: V'- .J. !".. ..'J- ?. MISSOUlI rls. lOlUa '-." '... M.riii-sWneTal'lr stronf. etiUJ bonus rcem.. ... --" - made aict .-. .I.lllr. i.-,l KfHt l,le' reiNVritrf. nt 1U Tor m. -ofc 'itmoi biles 7 Tnl'i-ifvestnn 'n"arii,:i 'i,s il,ra: ""erlngs light ..t Ki j- roi ml i titno.. the receipts were 8734 bales; nT. 2;r.m.1.d4lln,?: 'ales. 11.15 bales. mo:-, i i o.t ;n naies. t ner pent . closirg firm at il er cent, mine iu - , ?"pT.per 4 id I-rcent. The assistant Wy rii-l.i rs-d -4.hMi. Customs receipts, 81 22.1HJO; C earln.'-.Vrr.l.HHl. Sterling chae-bank-i, bills, 4-.I;si-t exchange on New Y ork, ? i i ;,irsti,ir rales. 1 Borrowing rales, 1 UZ ihat Irregular, . s'-r .V r7 of soecula- i t I Pe. the exception of New Jersey Central, which was notieeably sfui.g. advancing from 3to33.s on a goixl buying un.veiiient. In the gei.eral list the chief pressure l'i seli;was In Northwestern st Fai.1, Lake Shore and Western L'nlon. The dins-tors of the Rock Island railroad company meet Monday, when It Is ex; e te.l ths 20 pr c-nt. fCT p dlv'dend will be decland Trsnsactlons aggregsied 1.'17.0:( snares, of which 7"") were le, 2H.IHH) Lake shore. .'Il.otxi Northwestern common. 20.ihk preferrel, 7hhi St. I mil. 13.O00 Lackawanna. H Hal New Jersey Central. iiKHI Michigan Ontrai. 3is) Union I'iciiic. and ll.ouo Wnstorn l'nlon. Closing iuo!atlors were as lollows Western I 11H-11 cel-gmph company. ICP5; yulcksll' er, 12: ii I -ks. - preferred, 33; lacinc Mall, Htj. ilart. 3ij; Mariposa preterTed. J-l: Adams expmss comixmy. 105; Wells ft Fargo express roininy. SIM; American express company. 45; l ulled biates express company, 44; New York Central. 1Uj; trie. lH-ij; Hrle preferred. 32: Harlem. 137: Michigan Cen tral. 71W: Panama, 120; l'nlon F-acillc stock, rtrtli: Lake Snore. ti!j: Illinois Central, 77lj; Cleveland and Plltsourg, h2W: N'orth weaiem, 4M; Nor.hwestern preferred. 7-Viv; Cleveland. Columbus. Cincinnati and Inflian aisills. 2-; New Jersey Central, 83ls; Kock Island, liiiv; St, I'aul, ;i's; St. Paul iireferrexl, 73's: Wabash. 2H'n; ; Fort Wayne, 114; Terre Haute, 17k; Terre Haute preferred, 5; Chicago and Alton. 7X: Chicago and Alton preferred, KM; Ohio and Mississippi, 7: Delaware. Lackawanna and Western 42 : Atlantic and Pacific telegraph com pwiy, 2W: Jllssourl Paclllc, I14; Chicago, Bur lington and fjulncy, 7 H; Hannibal and SL Joe, I3I4; Hanulbxl and St Joe preferred 34; Cen tral Pacific bonds. lOkUin: L'nlon Pacific bonds, Ki:l nion Pacific land grants.lj; L'nlon Pailhc liuklug fund, 10t5. (iESEKAL Til A I) E. The weather was not aerealile yesterday, and mud covere 1 the streets, but being the Silurday before chilsimas day, bu-lness was active. Feed and produce wer quiet, with a moderate demand and light arrivals. Poultry, game and eggs were generally laken bnckly-excei.t the eggs, which went olf but slowly-but prices were inouerale. The St. Louis ICjmijii&in. of Friday, reported : Dlmlulsh Ing receipts and stocks of grain are stiffening and advancing market valu-3. ar.d yesterday again wheat, com and oals were higher wheat most prominently, corn closed at 1-jC aovance, and oets 14c. Flour was heid stiff at 5c to 10c higher prices. Provisions firm, but not much done." The New York UuM tm stales: "Parties from Chicago report that business tfaeie of hue has been very dull, as operators were somewhat frightened on account of the stories about Mr. K eerie and his wheat speculations." FKKD. ETC. Com was stagnant; dealers are full and arrivals veiy slight; a small ltt on the landing was sold at 42c; In store, 4!sc. tjnln nothing re ported; last sale at 30c; In store. H4i?fl5c, ltmn wis without movement; last sales of both wheat and corn bran were at 813 a ton; In store, 75?Hi)c per cwt. Hiy was higher; one dealer sold 200 bales at from ?10 to $'.H; strictly choice timothy will bring S14; lu store, "0(7 HOc perevrt. ( 'ornmeuf was held higher with a moderate demand; the inlit told a dray load In lots at 2 10. fluur quiet at 83 nOri 5 50 FRUITS AND VE(I KTABLES. A pU firm: sales of 150 barrels of Rome beauties at 9 1 SOi? 1 W iier bsnel; In store, $2?3. according to quality, fo ttliH were In s'ime movement on private terms; boliiers show little desire to let go at present rates; transactions are few; In store, $2 per barrel, which Is less than the prices claimed by hold ers. A'wYvr I'otaUir, il 25f? 1 50. (Mwu quiet at St 25r? 160 on the landing; In store, SI 75(72. ;if)'n,?r is In gold demand at $7r?K per 100 heid: superior up to $. Tumtfj, 75c a bar rel. ijrimi'js,$2 a barrel. Jforsrnultsh, 85 50i?tl a barrel. Oraiujr. ji! f0?7 a barrel. Leimtitx, S5 i?l no. A'utii jlmonds, Taragons. lllc: Brazilian, He; iiecans, Texas, new, 15.-; tlllierts, 14c; tea nuts 4c per pound; cocoa, $5 per hundred. Dried fruit apples, new, -Hyine; peaches, new, 4Vijf7'c; old, 31c Vranderriea, $7 a barreL VtUry 75c a ao.en bunches. EUG3. BUTTKB, ETC. E7f.t were quiet at 21r2e, with sales at 20c. hutUr was quoted as follows: Common, H? 11c; medium, 13i? l(5c; choice western, 17rlHc: creamery, 2 e. Chh-keitt quoted at SI 25(?2 25, from young to l ens; dressed, $2 r?2 60a dozen. Turkey, at $7f?12; dressed, Ct Ilea pound. Ihickx. $2 25? 2 60 a dozen. Ucese, 845; dressed, $4. Wild Durkx common, $1 per dozen; mallards, 82. (Juailx. SI per dozen. Kiibbits, SI 50(71 75 per dozen. 8'iuimlx. JM per dozen. ltrer, 8i?5c by the carcass; saddles, tf(27c Oicr Baltimore, No. 1, 85 per dozen; No. 2. S4; No. 8, S3 50. Some dealers discount Hies' rates. HOG PRODUCT AND MEAT. Wfiron clear sMes, packed, 4'ic; clear rib. packed, 41 2C; shoulders, packed, 314c; olear pork sides, luoae, 4c; clear rib pork sides, loose. 3.1(50; long clear pork sides loose, 37kc; shoulders, loose, H'kc: sugar cured bam, packed, 7V(?7:4c; breakfast bacon, packed, HPaC: mess pork, 88(28 BO. Lard tierces, rll4C; palls, 7lrH'?724C lhrf fore-quaners, 2u3c; blud-quarters, Slaic titteepbj the carcass, 4r3 5c a poand. nxj. 4f74Vc apouud; by the hun dred, for packing. $3 60. 1'irjx' fret, per keg, SI 75; balf-barrels, S'-iuH 50; barrels, 87. MISCELLaN EOU3. Cvier-ht barre1s.S5; barre's, t8r?8 50. Betuu medium navy, 81 75(7 2(22 25 a bushel, according to quality. Lints, POcrfSl. <, 81 45 per barrel. Huh were In good demand; dry Hint, 14c; dry salt, 10312c; green, 5ullc; green salt, 7c T'Mmo, 5(?rlc. Bcesmut., 22c. Haiminq flax. 2f?2U lbs. llf?llie; liax and hemp. 101,2c, Ualiny twine, 12c per pound, run tun, per buadle, 82 06(72 15. Apple butter, 7c per lb. Mince meat, ic ler It. ItiiUi'inn x'tuxtrje. 7c per In. ST. LOUIS F HKHillT - The St. Louis ltrpuUican said on Frlnay last that the Cairo Southeastern rail way connect, from that city, with a line of southern packets at Cairo, giving bills or lading t Cairo and the boats. By this arrangement the interruption to lower river business from St. Louis, which would have resulted from the Ice embargo there. Is com pletely obviated. The rail route Is direct, and goods go aboard boat without delay. All-rail rates lo Mem phis Vlcksburg and New Orleans have been raised as quoted. 1 hrougn bills lading na Southeastern railroad to Cairo, thence by packets, to all points below Cairo (trom this side)-flour, xe; meats and grain, 84c; pork. 81 05; hay, 54c from East St. Louis, 4 1 per 100 lbs. less. Kail freights soutu ' from store) - to Memphis: hour, 55c per brl; meat", 80c pt-r 100 lb. New Orleans: Hour, H5-; meaia, 4kc. Mobile: hour. 75c; meats, 43c. V'Tksburg; flour, 81c; meats, 4I0, BX TELKGIIA l'H. CINCINNATI, December 21. Flour In good de mand; family, 84 12W 5 25. Wheat ttrong; red and white, X8?n7c. Corn quiet but lirm, 31; 32c. Oats quiet but firm, 24(7 2c Rye quiet but firm, 52c, Bailey quiet. Fork demand fair and market lirm, at 8S. Lard In fair demand but at lower lates; fct am, R.50f?.52VsC- Bulk meals dull, 2. Kb? 2.05. 3.H523.75c Bacon Inactive; new, 3. 4'4 41A.C. Whisky steady w.th a fair demand, SI 05. LOUISVILLE, December 21. F'lour dull; extra, 82 J5(?3; fundi, 83 50(33 75; A No. 1. S4 25 7 4 50: fancy. 84 75(75. Wheat steady; led, 110a; amber and white, b3c Corn qulel; wbjte, 35c; mixed, 33c Oats rteady; while, 25c; mixed, 24c Rye firmer. 53c. Hay quiet; prime. S90 50. Pork quiet, S(7H A'iVi- Laid quiet but steady; choice leaf, lleice, rli jc; choice leaf, ki-g. 7V&C Bulk meats steady, 2l"'. 34(7 4. Bacon nomlna1. Sugar-cured hams, bri'.ic WhUky active and firm, 81 OS. ST. L0UI3, December 21. Flour firm; double extra fall. S3 60(?3 M5; treble extra fall, $3 1I5-.7) 4 10; fimlly, 4 25(24 35. Wheat di J, una 1 ov 1; No. 2 red lall, H2l,-je cash. ri yS'h'o Dicniiber, Wlsfl li2c January. W2arl'&hC February. Oats In active and lower; No. a. 20;ttccash: regular, 2010 January. Rye dull, 43c asked. Bailey dull; pr.iue to choice, HOtf HOC Whisky steady, 81 05. Pork Inactive and lower, S7 SOd 7 (55 ash, S7i7 tJ74a February. Lard quiet, 5 42c Bulk meals easier; car lots, 15 to 80 days old, 2.50i2.55 3.45(73.50, 3,(0ci3.(15c. Bacon dull, 37n, 4,sf?5c. Ureen bams. IB-pounds average, 4-"i,ii 4.iic ' NEW YORK. December 21. Flour dull; super- una Alula CO Oil.. 1 Wlinut R tta,m ' ...mi., . ..... ..uL,. 00 , hl.fl.t ai.rln utua.lt nnupj.lMl unrltiir tilli wlutei .jq, western, 57( 58c. Barley quiet i 1 . u "ed. Malt dull and nominal. Co Corn and uncha. ....II . ntfr!lHM foifc-tiv. vwuuu uiiu uiiuaiigu. S -m,it. nd ii'nt "'anged. Sugar dull, Molas-es ml lnd unchai"ed: 1uet but steady. Pe S Slend uncha.--- Turpentine dulL 271x728c Pork dull; mess, 7 1 20J 7 RO. Lard oeinand active; prime steam, 5-bJao 87. Whisky ilru.er, SI 11. CHICAGO. December 21 Flour nominal: spring extra. 83(7 4 50; low grades, 2(( 2 7. Wheat iiia demand and prices n shade higher; No. 2 .red winter. hWl-.ffHOc; No. 2 Chicago i-prlng: H25.s(7) S-iue. cash. k31hc January, 83(7 830 February. OstTdull and prices a phade lower; lli.hc cash, 'Oc January. 201 kc February. Re steaay, 44VjC Harlev easier- 8C cash. Potk In good demand S3 Met 87 0 L,h, 87 0,?7 2, b d January.7 70.27 721 ebruaiy.SS March Lard active but weak and lower; 5 .4o?.4 is 1-?p.ia"d January. 5.55c Febluary ,,rt2l. bid March Bulk meats active but a shade lower, J.Wdii.wiC 8.75c. Whisky steady, 81 Orl. NEW ORLEANS, December 21 . lour sitropg ana Lard-Uerce, rtr2oi4c; keg, 7?i4C Bulk meats -shoulders, loose, 2"sC; packed, 2S4(22-hc; clear -lb, 4e; clear sides, 4I4C Baoon-niloulders, 2:i4'-'; clear rln, 41k? 4M.- clear, 4i(?4'c Sugar-cured hams lOVsf? He; uncanvased, msirlOc. Whisky western rectltled. 81 05fi 1 10. Coffee dull and lower; Rio, cargoes, ordinary td prime, lOlfJlixMC go:d. Siwar-conimon to good csmmon, 4W( 4--.c; fair to fully fair, 4i'7niNc; prime 10 ho!ce, 6(7rtc: yellow clar.lied. tilji? 1I4C Molasses dull, weak and lower: coil mon, 20(7 22c; fair, 23(?25c; centri ugal. lH(?2Ho: prime t choice. 2(i(731c Hlce Louisiana, ordinary lo ct-Olce, ''loc .BT TELEGRAPHS Dll GOODS. NEW YORK. December 21. Business very light tojay. owing partly to the stormy weather. Cotton goals quiet and fairly steady. Prints moving slowly, except patchwork styles and turkey reds. wbLTi are In lair request, spr.ng cioming woo:ens-ie-s actlre. Flannels and blankets quiet. Foreign goods quiet. ltlTER NEWS. Weather as 4 K I vers. The table and dispatches below tfive official artlc ulars concerning the wealherand rivers: Owe signal srhvics obs.. U. S. A., M km phis, December 2 1 , 18 18. Above low water. Changes. BTATIOSB, Rise 1 Fall ! Feet :!2rT .! 24 . Froz'n . , Fioz'n Inches Inches Inches Cairo Cincinnati 10 3 35 Davenport Dubuque. Helena. Ark Keokuk Leavenworth . . . Little Rock Louisville, Memphis Nashville New Orleans... Pittsburg Shreveport. 6L Louis Vlcksburg F'roz'n 10 Xi 12 8 5 it 28 10 11" 3 10 "a" 4 20 17 ii' ' i' rl Below bucb water mark of 1874. LOCAL OBSERVATION'S YESTERDAY. higher; supernne, 2.111.) nu, uouoio 4 25. Ueble extra, 84 5 V?5; higher grades, S5 121x?o 50. Corn, 44(? 4tic. Oals. 80?32c. Commeal, 82. Hay-prime, 814: chol -e, Sltl ikaii Pork dull and lower: 7 50tr7 8l3. Time. Bar. Ther Wind. Weather. 7:00 a-m. 2'.84 84 W. Cloudy. 2KH) p.m. 20.85 88 N.W. Fair, tt M p.m. 2H.HH 37 N.W. C'oudy. Mltilmum thermometer 33 deg. R nfal! 0.3B Inches. Y. M. NEAL. Private. Signal Corps, U. S. A By Telegraph. LITTLE ROCK, December 21. Weather cloudy ana coia; inermomeier, txj aeg. PITT3BCRG. December 21. Weather cloudy and rainy, uiver o feet lu inches and stationary WHEELING (W. Vs.), December 21. River 9 feet 0 uenea ana railing, weather foggy and rainy 1 bennomeler, 40 deg LOUISVILLE. December 21. Weather snowing and ialolng lor the last eighteen hours; the snow u filling thick and fast River falling; 12 feet In the cilia., 10 leet In the pass; 7 feet on the rocks. NEW ORLEANS. December 21. Weather clear and cold; theiinomeler, A'.i deg Aritved: Oakland and barge. Ohio river. Departed: Golden Rule, Cin cinnati: Commonwealth, John GUmoreand barges, St Louis CINCINNATI. December 21- Noon.- River rising Weather - snow end lain Night River 25 feet li Inches and ful lng. Weather snow and rain all day. Arrived: Vint Shlnkle. Memphis; Thomas Sherlock, New Orleans. Iieparted: Paiker, Memphis; (olden Clly, New Orleans. CAIRO. Decern tier 21 Nonii.-Ulter fallen 4 ln-1 6s. Weather c'oudy and cold: snow rig. Ar nvei: city or Alton. New Orleans. 4 a-in ; Arkansas, Pittsburg. 10 a.111. Depaited: Arkansas. New Or leans. I I a. 111 River 2rt feet 1(1 Inches and fall ing. Weather c'oudy; thermometer. 32 deg. Ar riveii: Guiding Star. New Orleans, 4 p.ni Departed: Guiding Star, Cincinnati, 5 p.m. Jlovemenia at the Levee. ARRIVALS. Gerrge W. Cheek. Friars Point: Katie Hociier, Arkmisas river: Osceoli Belle, Osceola; Mark Twain, St. F'raucls river. DEPARTURES. Cor s Millar, Cincinnati; Osceola Belle, Osceola; George W. Cheek. Friars Point; Mark Twain, St. Francis liver; Josle Harry.Whlte river; Katie Hooper, Aikansas river. IN PORT. Ruth. BOATS DUE. lrl. p. Schenek. James W. Gaff. f'; -Coahoma. Calomno.Thompsi n Dean, Illinois, O.ienlta Belle. Bitesvllle, Kattie Nowland, C. B. Church. Geoige W. Cheek, nard Cash, Red Wing. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. St. Lot' is Colorado, Sim M'Pheeters master, 10 a.111. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Friars Point - Coahoma, James Lee master, 5 p.m. RivEitTo.s Illinois, George Malone master, 5 p. in. Arkansas City Ouachita Belle, Mark B. Cheek master, o p ni. New Oultass Thompson Dean, James IL Pep per master, 5 p.m. St. Fkancis River Ruth, Joseph H'CulIough master, 5 p m. Keceipts YeMterday. Mark Twain brought out of St. F'rancls river 244 bales cotton and lot of sundries. Osceola Belle 3S bales cotton. 70 bags seed-cotton, 482 sacks co.ton-seeo, o pkgs sundries. George W. Cheek -161 bales cotton, 3 bags seed cotton. 30il sacks cotton seed. 15 pkgs sundries. Katie Hooper brought out of Aikansas river 74B bales c tton, 22 bags seed cotton, 1258 sacks cotton seed, 33 pkgs .sundries. LeTee Paragraphs. Bu-lne.-s, considering the weather, was good. SThe local packets leR yesterday with good trips. The river lose two Inches at this point yesterday. The C. B. Clinrcli.lCapia'ii John S. Patterson, la due up bound for Cincinnati. Sleet, snow aud rain, atid snow again, was about the state of the wealher jesterday. The Hattie Nowland. Captain James Rees, Is the Tuesday packet lor Arkansas river. I he Ii. P. Scheuck, Captain J. L. Carter, Is due down this morning tor New Orleans. The receipts by river yesterday were 1 1 89 bales cotton, ti5 bags seed-cotton, and 2049 sacs cotton seed. The James W. Gaff, Cap.aln Bob W. Wise. Is thu next regular Ohio river packet, leaving here next Wednesday evening. The Illinois, Captain George Malone, will leave Monday evening, at five o'clock, for Rlvertou and all way points. Martin Jones Is her clei k. The Colorado. Cattalu Sam McFheeters, Is the Anchor-line packet this morMng, at ten o'clock, for Cairo and St. Louis. Joe Osborne Is theclerk. The Ruth, Captain Joe M'Cullagh, enters the St. Francis river trade, leaving here Monday evening at live o'clock. William M'Cullagh Is her attentive lerk. The Cons Millar left last night for Cincinnati with 1200 bales cotton. 150 barrels oil. a large amount of way freight, 45 cabin and 20 deck pas sengers. Tne Josle Harry tor WhI'e ilver. Katie Hooper f r Arkansas river, and the Mark Twain tor St. Francis river, departed yesterday with good trips, mosuy Santa Claus's goods. The Coahoma, Captain James Lee. Is the packet Monday evening, at live o'clock, tor Hslena, Friars Point and all way landings. William Smlther is her clerk, assisted by Jimmy Thomas. The Hard Cash, Captain Ed. Postal, passed Du vall's Bluff on time last night, and will arrive here Monday evening. She will leave Tuesday evening on time with a return trip for White river. The unrivaltd passenger and freight steamer Thompson Dean, Captalu James H. Pepper, will arrive this morning from New Orleans aud leaves to-morrow evening on her return. V. G. Kntrlken Is her gentlemanly clerk. IS The "broadhorn." or produce fleet. Is In great fores at the lowr landing. But the man that goes down to visit them at present should have plenty of ga'l and a laige pair of mud-boots or, what would perhaps be belter, a scow made to cross over swampy place?. The following dispatch was received yesterday afternoon : Dkvai.i.'s Blitf, December 21. The Red Wing pas ed here on time for Memphis with a big trip of eoiton and seed, and will airive Monday and leave Tuesday evening with a return trip for White river, going through to Jackson port. JOHN B. DAVIS, Master. The St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans Anchor line company, now that navigation has suspended between Cairo and St. Louts, will send south from Cairo three boats weekly. They have also made ar rangements ttti the St. Lou's and Southeastern railway that through rates and b Us cf lading will be given In St, Louis for freights shipped on the omrany's dray tickets, connecting at Cairo with their magnificent steamers lor Memphis, Ylcksbuig, New Orleans and all way landings. The "Watchman's" bale of cot'on will be sold next Thursday. December 2(lth, at hair-past ibree o'clock lu the afternoon, for the benefit of the widow and orphriDs of Mr, Salter. Though but a watch man, Salter did his duly as heroically as the noblest of our laud, and in the face of danger as great as ever man confronted 011 lhe bank Held. He riled. and It was for sweet charity's sake. We sincerely hope our llberal-heaited river men and merchants will not forget to make a Christmas present of a few dollars to this good cause. The iWM lMiuirrar, 01 last Friday, says: "The following Information concerning; the whereabouts of boats, was gleaned from Captain Vlckers, the clever commander of the Kinney : Scudder, aground at Hat Island. Barge Andy .Johnson, of the Norton's tow, aground at Ste. Gentvleve bend. Feailess and barges aground at Turkey Island. Centennial, aground at Plattin Rock, drawing more water than there is In the river; ail of her freight Is off. and will be taken away by the Annie and barges: the Annie was lying abjugslde the Centennial when the Kinu-y passed. The E. M. Norton and barges are aground at the same place. The Kinney measured with a stick and found three feet three Inches, with a stump and large gravel bultora. A. J. Baker Is at same Dlace: her barces are at Foster's. The Mv Choice and tow and the Grand Lake aud tow are tied up in winter quarters at F'oster s. The Centennial barge is aground, and 1. broken nearly In twain, just below Plairln Rock. All the freight has been taken off the barge." The Ouachita Belle. Captain Mark R. Cheek on deck, Is the packet Monday evening, at live o'clock, lor araausas niyauu an iiiieimeuiaie poinrs. A. L. Cum 111 in 3 Is her clerk, assisted by Lee Cum tilings and Nell Boker. Cart-Loads 01 iedt:nal Kabulsh Are swallowed by invalids, and their physical cal j troubles thus kept' alive for years, when tint peer less tonic stimulant and corrective, Hostetter' Stomach Bitters, would speedily set the d'sordered i and worn-out mechanism of the system In active ! and healthful operation sgaln. II has been demon- I gtrated over and over again that the requirements of if the sick are answered far betler by the Bitters than by a majority ct the miscalled remedies of the phar macopoeia. The stomach Is strengthened, the liver regulated, the bowels put In piopet order, the blood enriched and purified, and the nervous ystem ren dered tranquil undvieorou" by this inestimable fam ily medicine and eateeuard against dise 'se.wiiicn is, mo'eover. a most agreeable and effective unoetlzer. and a cordial peculiarly adapted to the wants of the ngd and lnhrin, de'lcste females, and convalescing paMents. lt Is, besides, immensely popular as an antidote to malar a. I'npresentable Heads are In a moment bt'iut fled by the oper -Hon of CRIS- TADOHO S HAIR DYE. whl-' without the slightest trouble, Imparts to the ha ro; the head, the whisk ers, oedrd or mousiacne. any enaue 01 orown or tne most perfect black. Ladies can use It without soil ing their lingers. Ills the most expeditious linlr dye lu the world, and the only one free f'om every poisonous ingredient, ami mat contains a nounsn lngand emul'dent vegetable principle. Cilstado ro's Hair 1'ieseivatlve, a valuable adjunct to the Dye, In dressin-' and promoting the growtu and per fect health of the hair, and of Itself. whn used alone - a safeguard that protects the fibres front de ciy under all circumstances and t.nder all climes. jnunuiauiuro'i uy j. wriaiauuru, niuiaiu street, New York. Sold by all druggists. Applied by all hairdressers. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I win send a receipt that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. Ikman, Station D. Vible Howte, A'ete Turk. Rkljablk help for weak and nervous sufferers Chronic, painful and prostrating diseases cured with out medicine. Fulvermacbcr's Electric Belts the grand dlslderatum. Avoid Imitations. Book and Journal, with particulars, mailed tree. Address Fvlvkiimacekk Galvanic Co.. Cincinnati Ohio. Various Causes, Advancing years, care, sickness, disappointment and hereditary predisposition, all operate to turn the hal gray, and either of them inclines lt to shed pi jmaturely. Atsr's Hair Yigob win restore faded or gray, light and red hair to a rich brown or deep black, as may be desired. It softens and cleanses the scalp, giving lt a healthy action, and removes and cures dandruff and humors. By Its use falling hair Is checked, and a new growth will be produced In all cases where the follicles are not destroyed or glands decayed. Its elects are beautifully shown on brashy, weak or sickly hair, to which a few applica tions will produce the gloss and freshness of youth. Harmless and sure In Its operations, lt Is Incompar able as a dressing, asd Is especially valued for the soft luster and richness of tone lt Imparts. It eon tains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil or color white cambrlc;"yet lt lasts long on the hair, and kfeps It fresh and vigorous. For St ttt aix nKAMnw. j0 SEED-COTTON SHIPPERS. "W1NG to the decline In Cotton-Seed, we will charge the Seed and two dollar and fifty cents per ball on all Cotton ship:ied to our Gins, on and after Monday. 23d December. UAYDM A O Cotton Vlnaer. NAPOLEON HILL. Ji, FONTAINE, HILL, FONTAINE & GO. nil Fill; 0 A.WENTS FOR THE CELEBKATKD Nos. 29 and 2S Front street, Memphis, Tenn. REMOVAL. The Ofltre anil Male-room of the iGmnhis Woolen Mills JL KEMOVEI TO Xo.306 Main Street, Opposite Peabody Hotel. WHERE will be found a full line or our own Manufacture of JEANS. TWEEDS, LIN3EYS, BLANK ETS, KNITTING YARNS and JEANS CLOTHING, to which the attention of buyers Is directed. tJrORIIEUls WILL RECEIVE PKOBPT A2SI CAUEri'L ATTENTIOVt FULilER, (SUCCESSOES TO SLEDGE, McKAI & CO.) Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants 371 and 373 Main street. Memphis, Tenn. C IS. BRYAN & CO. COAL. ! CO ALi ! We Lave a large Stock of St. Bernard and Pittsburg; Coal. Also, Pevtona Cannel Coal, which we offer at Wholesale and Re tail. We have ample facilities for prompt delivery of orders. Orders for car-loads and casks promptly attended to. Main Office: 13 Madison St. 265 .Sw lain St. S LIQUIDATION SALE. AS SURVIVING partner of the firm of T.OYD & FRITZ, I will offer for sale the entire stock of .1T( HKS, III4fl()ls, JKIVKfiltY, MOL.fl HILVKK and SILVKK I'liATKil n'AKK, at Kemsrkablv Low Kicnres. tT" Parties desirous of securing line goods at bottom prices would do well to call before purchasing. .J -A- X. HaOTXD, Surviving Partner 1.0yd & Fritz. No. 2B5 Main Street, Corner of Court. W. W. uy. John W. Buy, m mm i oo Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, 260 and 262 Front st.. Memnhis. Mr. Irby Boyd has been Admitted as a Partner in oar business from November 1st. A. M. BOYD SON. A. II. BOYD. A LiBTOX BOYD. 1KB V BOYD. llaye KemoTed to 336 Front Street, corner Union Rooms 6,7 and 8, Magnolia lilock. Have never Closed during the Epidemic. ncBKii & jeiih;ki.v. Merchant Tailors, So. 38 Kadison Streef. Take pleasure in notifying; their friends and the public generally that they have re opened their store with a new, large and full Stock of the very Latest Styles of imported goods. Prices moderate. We solicit those who contemplate ordering their Fall and Winter Clothing to give us a call. HTBItAYi KIIKJEtiY! A. VACCAKO. B. TACCAKO. A. B. YACCARO. A. VACOARO Ss GO., 13LP0KTERS AND DEALERS VX WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, No. 324 Front J. T. FARGASOX. JAMES WHOLE S AiE Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front and 32 Clinton 3te.,pf enrphis. J. C. NEELY. S. H. BROOKS, NEELY & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION 367 Front St., A. C TEEADWELL. (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. A. B. TBEADWELL. LC.&A.B.TRBADWELLciGD. Wholesale Grocers and No. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. rOons'nments of Cotton solicited and Liberal store, as Well as mat consignea hiiisiij river, uutmw vuierwuw ujbuwwu, JEBOXE HILI URTON & CO. 265 HainSt Illllara. It. V. Coffin. 5 street, Memphis. A. HOST. C. C. HE15L BROOJtS. H. M. NEELY. MERCHANTS. Memphis, Tenn. S. 8. TREAD WELL TREADWELL RR03.) Cotton Factors, Advances made on same. All Cotton Insured while In 11 1 T3 ST" BOYD l SONS, tTrate'ft Male. BY virtue of the power conferred on me by the terms of a deed of trust, executed to me as trustee, on the twenty-sixth day of October, 1 K75 by T. J. Yarbrougb and his wife. 8. J. Yarbitiurh, which Is recorded In the ReRlster's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In bonk 10H. at page 11,1 will. On January 25, 1S79, between the hours of 10 and II o'clock a.m . of said day, at the southwest corner of Main and Madi son streets. In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, pro ceed to sell for cash, lothe blithest bidder, the prop erty conveyed In said trmt deed, andwliloli Is de scribed ax follows: I'artof lot No. . 'I. In block No. 17. of the Butler Division of said clly of Memphis, bounded as fol lows: Beginning at the northwest corner or R. and W. Amnion's lot on Kcho'i street4jninnln north with Kchols street firt leet ! Indus to A. B. Jewell's lot: thence eastto his southeast comer; thence soul b rH feet V Inches to R. and W. Amnion's north line; thence west with said line to the beginning on Echols street, aiwiut 1H3 feet; being the same lot de scrllied In a deed from .1. F. Johnston, trustee, to K. E. Johnston, which deed Is recorded In the relKters off.ee of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book 1()5, ire"474. t which deed reference is here made. This sa'e Is made at the mpiest of the beneficiary, default havinir been made In the payment of the debt secured by the trust deed. The tide to the pro erty Is believed to lie good, but I will only convey as trustee. Equity of redemption burred. S. D. JOHNSTON, Trustee. December lu, 1h7X. I. D. Conawav. Auctioneer. .iIiiiiniMtrator'H JVotiee. HAVING qualified as the administrator of the estite of S M. Jobe, deceased, all persons In debted to said estate are hereby notliled to make payment of same, and all holding claims against said estate will present them to me, at No. 354 Main street, duly authenticated. In the time pre scribed by law, or the tome will be barred. S. I. JOBK. Administrator, 354 Main street. George G. Dent, Attorney. Administrator's Notice. JI AVING uualllied as Administrator with the will 1. annexed or Mrs. Rebecca Burkle. deceased, all persons having claims against the said estate, are required to present them authenticated, as pre scribed by law, and persons Indebted to the estate are requested 10 come forward and seMe. WM. M. RANDOLPH, H5 Madison street. Administrator' Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as the Administra tor of the estate of Wm. K. Thlxton deceased, all persons Indebted to said estate are notified to come forward and settle the same, and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby noti fied to file the same with tne undersigned, duly pro bated and within the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. GEO. W. NAILL, Administrator. November 26. 17X. Xon-Cosident Notice. No. 30S2- In the Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tei nessee D. T. Porter vs. S. A. Provlne et al. IT appearing from affidavit In this cause that the defendant, Win. H. Robinson, Is a non-iesldent of the State of Tennessee; It Is therefore ordered. That he make his appear ance herein, at the courthouse In the city of Mem phis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday in February. 1S7U. and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to him. and set for hearing exparte, and that a copy of thlsorder be published once a week, for four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appkal. This Hdh day of December, 1878. A Copy; Attest R..T BLACK, Cleik and Master. By E. B. M'Bknkv, Deputy Clerk and Master. J. H. Malone, Sol. tor Complainant. II. 31. Keely, President John Jonnron. Secretary. Phenix Insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS, Office: Xo. lO Madison Street. Capital Stock, $201,OOCa BOARD OK IlIKKCTOHM. H. M. NEELY. H. B. HOWELL. Of Brooks. Neely Co. Of H. B. Howell 4 Co. L. B. SUGGS, W. S. BRUCE, Of Pearce. Sugggs Co. Of W. s Bruce Co. W.N. BROWN, ANDREW D. GWYNNE. Of Jones, Brown 4 Co. of Stewnrt.GwynneiCu JAMES a DAY. 'of Day A Proudtlt LKWIS Ol THOMAS, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. RLACKSMITHING of ! 11 11 , 'J.M. all kinds. Copper r -'VTi and Sbeet lnm Workers. eK&t&liQ.Jf near the river, MEMPHIS. Tenn., All work done promptly, day or night Teims cash. Residenoe, No W Promenade. Our shop will be open dally from this date, all cr ders'Jor work will be promptly attended to. October 15. 1K7H. LKWIS THOMA". NOTICE TO TAXP1YEKS -OF Shelby County, Tenn. THE Tax Books for the year 1878 are now In my hands, and all taxes. State, City and County, are now dua. Taxpayers are urjrenlly requested to come forward and pay their taxes by or belore the FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY NEXT, on which day, as required by law, I will place all accounts for tax us then unpaid In the hands of constables for collection. The Poll-Tax for the year 1K7X is two dollars to each citizen oeiween the ages of twenty-one and fifty years, and Is devoted exclusively to Public Schools. Merchants, farmers' and manufacturers having In thelremploy thosewhoowe Poll-Taxes, are requested to arrange with them for the advancement of the same, so far as may be convenient and agreeable to each. GEORGE B. FLKECK, County Trustee. EASDALE'S DYE HOUSE: OFF.CES:?'st.. nxrixvtTi. o. Ttrcnaeo, Ph.wla. MH., Velvet, anil rlothlns lerM- In ell t ubrtro 1 leaned without rlp- tlns. l.m.-e Cnrtttln. .-leaned. t'rpe V ell. dyed. reSKood.dyt-d In the piece. W. R. TEASDALE. Cysend your goods by exprew. Write for Circular 11. J. DONOVAN & CO. Dealers In all Mnds of SEWING MACHINES Xo. S2 Second Street. Next to Co-Operative store. HAVF. opened an office for the sale of all kinds of MKIVIKU 91 Al'llIXES, genuine Needles, Parts. Oils, Attachments, etc C& We are the only practical machinists engaged In the Sewing Machine business In this city. We do all repairing ourselves and guarantee satisfaction or money re turned. Don' t forset Xo. J itEXTAL XOT1CK. "OTICE Is hereby given, that on Saturday, January 4, ls:, I, as Receiver cf the Fain and Whltmcre Planta tion, situated in sieht cf Osceola. Mississippi county, Arkansas, will. In pursuance of an order of the Circuit Court ot Mississippi county, aiaansas. at Its November term, ls7tt, proceed, within legal hours of said day. to rent saia ain ana immure Pl.ini.irlnns. at nubile outcrr. to the highest bidder. In front or the courthouse In Osceola, Mississippi county, Arkansas; said plantations containing, re spectively, about three hundred and fifty acres, will be rented separately; and the pxrty or parties rent ing same will be required to give note, wl h approved security for said rents, and a Hen retained on the crop raised on said plantations for the rents respect ively thereof. J isifis ur, um v e. ti, ttewiver, uswuia, &r&. Pnrtim (IhsIIiik Iniormailori lnuulre of Myers & Sneed. Att'ys. 27y ijuda street. Memphis. Tenn. Insurance nonce. THE oftce of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insur ance Company is 0(ien for business. Parties desiring to make Proofs of Death will please call at OUT Oflloe, J A3. 8. CARPENTER & CO., General Agents. aiaoison streets. SHAW.DAVIS&CO. REAL ESTATE BROKERS And General Land Agent, 17 JIADISOX STREET, Ann hero, ready to sell, less., morigageor pur chase bouses, lots and plantations, and trans act a general agency business. Come to see u. Gur Mr. Jno. i. snaw is noi ueaq. us rewnni THOROUGHLY CLEANS COTTON nr all llnut and Hand. KnhaDriug the Valneof the staple from One loKoor radex. Makes Merchantable Cotton from much that is now abandoned when very dirty or beaten out by storms. Cotton gathered In ripened but unopened bolls is, by the use of the C c;., prepared so that any Improved gin will produce samples of good grade and quality. The profit from the use of the C 5. O." will pay for the machine In ten dajs constant use. For rale by ALEXAXDEU ALLISON, Agt 3C Front Mt., Memphis, Tenn, ry NKiiii I'OK rnt i i.aim. -jri T. B. MICOU, Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor, PLANTERMIIS.BllLDI.V(i, Koom lO Will practice In the Courts of this State and in Ar- Kansas ana Mississippi. WM. S. FJLIJPFIN, Attorney-at-Iaw, Ha. 9C79 llala Hu, Memphis, Tenaese o O- o. Chancery Sale of Ileal liState. No. H. D. 24K7, 1104 (2 R. -Chancery Court of Shelby County. J. A. Anderson, administrator, vs. C. C. Dickinson et aL BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 22d day ol May, 1K7K. M. B. 21. D. Hill, approved and re affirmed July 13, 1H7X, I will sell at public auction, to the higlws' bidder. In front of the Clerk and Mas ter's onice. O'orttMiuse building. Main street, Mem phis. Tenn., on MatBrday, Jannary 4, 1H70, within legal hours, the following descrllied pni:rtr, KllualeI In- ihe clly of Memphis. Shelby county. Tenn., lo v.lt: A lot of ground lieginulng on the corner of Ma'n and Ki-hols stn-t.s. runs thence south with Echols street .M leet. west lilil feet, north iril feet to Vance, ea-t with Vance street 1(H) feet to the beginning. Terms of Sale Cash. This Decern tier 14, l7H. R J. BLACK. Clerk and Ma ter. Young Si Halsey. Taylor Jc Carroll. Attornes. Till1 STE K' S ILK. 1"Y virtue of the terms of a deed In trust, to me ) -xeeuted by L. A. Rhodes and wife, C. M. Rhodes, on Urn lentil day of Kebiuary. 187.1, which deel of trust Is duly leilstered In the Reglsier's olllce of Srodbv countf. Tennessee, In deed book No. page 177, 1 will on Tuetidaj, January 7, A. ii. 1S7!, at the south sate 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 town of German town, and being lot two (21. block B. on the plan of said town, and thus described; Beginning at the northenst corn r of Spring and Cross streets, thence west with Cross street ll'H feet to the lot of Thomas Brooks; thence along (he line or said lot south W feet: thence east lit feet; thence north 1! I feet to the beginning. Also the other lot In said town of Geruiar town de scribed as follows: Beginning at the southwest cor ner of the above descrllied let; thence south 7S de grees, west 3 4-100 chalns to a stake; thence south I x degrees, east 1 and Itl-lOO chains to a stake; thence north 78 degrees, east H 4-1 OO chains; thence with lhe above described lot north 1 X de grees, west 1 '.i 1-10O chains tithe bediming. Also, a part of lots (I and 7 on the original ffjui of said town, on which the storehouse ol said rrnodes was located in February, 1878, fronting HO feet, more or less, on Bridge street; thence westwardly between parallel lines 200 feet to Spring street, being the same property conveyed In trust to Wm. P. Paul, as trustee, by deed of record In Shelby county Regis ter's olBoe, in book .rrl, part 2d. pages 420 and 4.11 ). Terms of Sale-Cash. Fqulty of redemption and dower intere-t barred, and title believed to be good although I sell and convey only as trustee. D. IL POSTON. Trustee. Chanceiy Sale of Real Estate, ON Saturday, December 2S, ls78. No. 2333 R.D., 1P-28 H.D. Chancry Court of Shel by count--Humes fc Poston vs 11. S. N'ewsom et at. T ) Y virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale. en- ID tered In the above cause on the 2 1 st day of March. 1877. M. B. 17. P. 37:1. and renewed De cember rl, 1878, 1 will sell, ct public auction, lo the highest Didder, In front of the Clerk and Master's ollica. Courthouse (building. Main street, Memphis, Aeuiiesse, uu Saturday, December SS. 187, within legal hours, ths following described property, situated In Shelby couutv, Tennessee, to-wlt: In that part of Memphis known as Chelsea, and being phrusof lots 278 and 27H, on plan of Green law's addition to Memphis, and beginning for the part owned by H. S. Nawsom at a stake, the north east corner of Fifth and Keir streets; thence east witn iverr street no reel; tnence nortn 1481 feet to an alley; thence wet with said alley 50 feet'to Fifth street; thence southwardly with east line of Fifth street to the beginning. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months, pur chaser giving bond and secuiitr, bearing Interest from " date, and Hen retained to secure purchase uiuuey. l his December 7, 1 87S. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. U.W. (Miller. Humes Poston and Claun Mux. attorneys. Administrator's Xoilce. HAYING been appointed and qualified as admin istrator on the estate or Thomas M. Carter. deceased, notice Is hereby given to all creditors ol said estate to present their claims to me, and all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to call and settle. WILLIAM H. CARVER, No. 14 Union street. Rankrnpt Sale. In the matter of Mrs. M. C. Hunter, bankrupt. In rjaimrupicy, at aiempnis, .Tennessee: AS Assignee In Bankruptcy of the said estate, I will sell, at public auction, on Thorsday. January O. 1S79. commencing at tea o'clock, at No. 20 1 Second street a stock ot Millinery Goods consisting or Hats trimmed and untrlmmed. Trimmings, Flowers, hlb bona and all articles usually kept in a tirst class mil linery establishment. Aim, Show Cdses, Counters and several olilce desks. Terms of sale cash. O WOOLDRID'-E. Assignee. Itankrnpt Kale. In matter of J. Boyce Karley, Bankrupt: lx virtue or a general order or sale entered by l J the United Slates District Court, for tbe West ern District of Tennessee. I will sell at public auc tion, lu the town ol Colllerville, In trout or J. T. Brlggs Co.'s store, on Saturday, December XH.1M7S, between 1 2 and 2 o'clock ot said day, all tiie rielit. title and Interest the said lvinkrupt had at the time ( the tiling of the etltion lu bankruptcy against mm, in ana to certain notes ana accounts, and me following described real estate: One tract of land containing two hundred and Fire acres (more or less) lyliif; across (he southwest quar ter ol secuon 12. town I, range west, ar.d extend ing Into the northwest quarter of said section, and bounded on the north by R. H.Henderson, on the east by D. Glenn, cn the south by J. B. Farley's homestead, and on the west by the Byhatla road. A lot of ground In the town of Colllerville. Shelbv county, containing three acres, mere or less, bound ed on the north by wesson, on the east by H. liby and Mrs. Lumpkin, on the south by Mrs. N. W. Smltn, and on the west by Mrs. .1. T. Uliams. One tract of land lying In the Tenth Civil District ot Shelby county, two miles north of Colllerville, boumled as follows: Beginning at a stake on the south line of Mrs. Farley's uower. the nonlipa-t cor ner ol one hundred acres, laid off as J. B. Farley s homestead, running south with the east boundary line of said one hundred acre tract. 10 chains and 50 links to a stake on the northwest corner of J. T. Brlggs A Co. s tract; thence east 18 chains and vs links to a stake; thence north lit chains and 50 links to a stake on Glenn s trct. thence west with Glenn and Mrs. Farley's south line, 18 chains and 78 links to the beginning; containing thirty-one acres. Terms of Sale A deposit of 5 per cenL will b3 re quired at the time of sale. H. irby. Assignee. Chancery Sale of Heal Estate. No 3,:'i0 H. D. 2878 R. Chancery Court of Shelby (. "ity.-(asey loung et at vs. John M. Dickinson etaL BK virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the l.'ttn day of July. 1 878. M. B. 22. p. 128, 1 will sell at public auc tion, to tne nignest Dinner, in tront or tne Clerk and Master's ottloe. Courthouse building. Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday. January 4, lHjy, within legal hours, the following described property, situated lu Shelby county, Tenn., to-wti: Beginning at the Intersection of the Pigeon Roost road with the south stdeol a street (id feet wide; thence north degrees east with the same street 310 feet to a stake; thence south 0 degrees east 270 feet to a stake In the north side of Pigeon Roost road; thence north 52 degrees 430 feet to the beginning. Terms of Sale On a cred t of seven months, pur chaser executing note bearing six per cent Interest, with security good and sufficient; Hen retained. Equity of redemption cut off. This December 14, 1878. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Taylor A Carroll, Attorneys. Trnstee's Sale. IN pursuance of the terms of a trust deed exe cuted to me by Walker R. Carter, on the 22d day of September, 1877, and duly registered, etc., I will, on January , 1N79. at the southwest cornerof Main and Madison streets. In the city of Memphis, proceed to sell at public auc tion, to the highest bidder for cash, the wbarfbat H. K. Lee." now lying at the wharf at the city of Memohls. Tennessee, together with all and singular the spars, cables, chains, stages and other appurte nances to said whartboat. Sale between the hours of 12 m. aud 1 p.m. a. J. i A nr. trustee. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Sbelbr county as Adminis trator on the estate of S. D. Mangum, deceased, notice Is hereby given to all creditors of said estate, to present their claims to my attorney, J. M. Greg ory, at his office in Memphis. And all persons In debted lo said estate are lequested to call there and settle, or settle with my aiteut. Frank Banksmlth, Colllerville. Tennessee. AN DHKW D. GWYNNE, Adm'r Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as the administrator of the estate of Ed R. T. Worsham deceased, all per sons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment of same, and all holding claims against said estate will present them to me. or my attorney. t No. 271US Main street, duly authenti cated. In the time piescribed by law, or the same wilt re Darrea. WILLIAM WORSHAM, Administrator. R. C. WILLIAMSON, Attorney. No 2701.3 Main street. Administrator' Notice. HAVING quail lied as administrator of the estate of James T. Leatb. deceased, no tice Is hereby given to all ersons having claims against said estate, to preeent I hem to me nl 30 l.oion street, Memphis, lenn., tor payment within the time prescribed by law; and all persons In debted to said estite will please call and settle wi.h me at the same place. JOHN H. LEXOW, Administrator. DfcemD r 10, 1878. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appointed and qualified as Admin istrator ol the estate or David Talt. deceased, all persons Indebted to said estate will please come lorward and settle. Those having claims against said estate will present them at once. JOHN IRVING. Administrator, At Toll (iate on Poplar street. MKMi'Hih, Tkhn. November 30. 1878. Administrator Notice. HAVING qualified as administrator of the estate or Fred C. Scbaper. deceased, all persons bating cl ilrns again it the said estate are required to Dresent them properly actbentlcaled as prescribed by law, and persons indebted to the estate are re quested to come lorwam ano seme, ANDREW RENKERT. Administrator. Administrator's Notice TTAVING qualified as Administrator or F. Rles, IJL deceased, I request all persons Indebted to htm to come forward and settle. All persons having claims against him are notified to present their claims, duly authenticated, within the time pro scribed by law, or mey will be oarrad. WM.ELHOKGEL. Administrator's Male. N Tuesday. December 24. 1878. at 10 o'clock a-m., at tne auction-bouse No. 3W I'nion street. I will sell to the highest bidder. lor cash, tne per sonal estate of A W. Taylor, decsased; also, soni.. choice lots ot household goods, to pay charges. W. J. SMITH, Administrator. Dr. D. 8. Johnson's PK1VATIC Medical Dispensary. So. 17 JEFFERSON STREET, Between BSala and Fro at. lie aipfe la. fcTAir.j-UKD in 1800. DR. JOHNSON Is rvcknowlrt-'rtd h all pa ties 1 terestod as by far ihn rrrojt successful p iy-Ic!: n In tie trt ;i!innt of private or se-Tet dls-ases '411I. k, thonntKh an-i permanent e rrei tn!aranted in evny ev, male or female. R" "nt caes pf Gonuni en anil Syphlils eurti In a few d. without the cs cf meroiry, change of diet, 01 hliid'anoe from bmln? f. 3vond.u-j Syphilis, ti e hist veMig eradicated wit. -out the use of mercury. Involuntary loss of sen et. stopped In a short time. Suflerera from Irapotetcv or loss of sexunl lowers rtored to free vigor In few weeks. Victims of self-rt:se and excess 'e venery, suffering from s'rratttorrhea and loss t physical and mental power, speedily and perm nently cured. Particular attention paid to the DUeases of Wjmen, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. Piles and old sores cured without the use of caus tic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all part of the com., try.' omen hours front 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sundays from 3 to 6 p.m. " IdHWON. m n Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate. Chancery Court of Shelby County. D. A. Harrell extr , etc, vs. M. V. Hamner. et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, ei' tered Intheaborecause on the ninth day or July. 1878. M. B 2i. p.4'.. and renewed December 4. 1878. M. B. 22, p. 441, 1 will sell, at public auc tion, to the highest bidder, in front or lhe Clerk and Masters ofllca. Couuhouse building. Mala street, Mem phis, Tennesse, on Un Wmorilsj, December S. 1H7H, within legal hours, Ihe following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to wit: First A certain tract of land, beginning at a hickory maiked P. K. and .1. V.. on the west boun dary line of Samuel Wilson's 25-acre survey; thence not 'wenty-three chains 5(1 links to a Kst oak ruaikH. F. ; thence west 10 chains to a stake be iil.' south 20 degrees, west 83 links for a black gum marked P. F. ; thence routh 8 chains and 5( links to a stake north 5si degrees, east 05 links for n gum marred P. F.; thence west 83 poles to a staks and t.o white oak pointers; thence south (II po'es to a stake and two hickory pointers on the north boundary ot the Joseph Vaulx survey ol T'ls acres; thence east 125 poles to the beginning, con taining 5tt acre-s by estimation, being the same land conveyed by Peyton Hetcber to F. A. Hooker, and dated December 2, 1 848, on record In book 3, pagd 530. etc.. Register's office. ceeoiid a lo another tract or land In same State and county, and on the waters or Wolf river and es timated tocnntaln 2121 acres, lying In the 11th district, r-inge 4 and section 2. being the same lana convejed lo F. A Hooker, by and from Joseph Vanlz dated December 30. lhnO, and of Record In Regis ter's olUce. in book No. s. page 212. etc. Third Also one othr tract of land In same State and county, beginning at a stake, f mm which north 20 degrees, east 33 links to a black oak marked P 1, northwest of entry No. 1025 for 150 acres. In the name of Pejton Fletcher; thence north 123 poles to a stake and 3 black gum pointers; thence west 3 poles to a stake and black gum In small branch Spanish oak. dogwood and maple pointers; themo 40 poles to sweet gum sapling, white oak post an I hickory pointers: thence east 43 poles to a stake, two post oak and dogwood pointers; thence south 1H3 Ioles to a post oak marked P. F., thence west4D p ies to Ihe beginning, containing by estimation 41 acres, and being the same land conveyed to F. A. Hooker, by deed from Isaac Steelman, dated Janu aiy 3. 1851. and .f record In the Register's oflloe lu book No. (5. page 542, etc Fourth Also one other tract of land In thesama State and county, lying and being In the Ninth Civn District, containing 08 acres. more o less, and bounded as follows. to wit: Beginning at a stake with John Howell's line, and running north 111 degrees west 52 poles to a stak. and bUck oak ".1. H." John Howell's northwest ct-: ner; thence west 1 1 poles to a stake and two black oak pointers; thence north 22 poles to a stake and two bickcry po'n'ers, Jos. Vaulx; thence 115 poles, cornering on an ash on the bank of a branch ; thence up the course or said branch sonth 10 dee rees west 28 poles to an elm and a large white oak; thence south 30 degrees 50 poles to a hickory; thence south 70 degrees east 50 poles to a large white oak on th bank ot said branch; thence north 7", .iegrees east 83 poles to the beginning being the same land conveyed to h . A. Hooker by deed from Aaron Af . Bryan, dated January 23. 1854, of record In the Register's olilce in Book No. 10, page 17, t. Fifth-Also another tract of land, situated In said county and State, In district No. n. bounded on tne north by the lands of F. A. Hooker, and on the north and west by the lands of the heirs of W. San- deriin. containing acres, and being the same land conveyed to F. A. Hooker by deed from J. w. Pennington and J. W. Williams, acting executors of Graves Peuiilnuton, deceased, dated November 10, 1854. and of record In Ihe Register's office of said county. In liook No. 23, !age oV7. etc Sixth Also one other tract of land In said S'at and county, lying and leing In range 4 and section 2 or the ninth civil dlstilet, being a part nfa 10Ilj-acretractth.it is deeded to John Howel from An. new M. Howell, and bounded as follows, to-nit: Beginning at a hickory marked J. R., tin: northwest corner of J unes M.Lewis's 500-aere tract; thence south 01 poles to a stake, and hickory, red oak and isist oak pointers; thence west 21 chains and 17 links to a stake; thence north 19 poles to a stake; thence north, 0 dezrees west, 18 chains to a stake; thence ea-t 24 chains and SO links to the beginning, containing 50 acres and being the same land conveyed to F. A, Hooker by aisd from John Howell, dated January 27. 1S5U, and recorded In the Register's office of Shelby county, book No. 40, part 1 , page 225, etc Seventh Also a 50-acre tract of land sttuated In the same county and neighborhood. It being the west half of the 10l)-acre tract upin which the late Joseph Weler lived, alid which was purchased by i". A. Hcoker alter the death cf said Weber. The said tract siib-iilTlded rr.r sa e bj-Ruf.s C. Kirk, and lies on the west side of the Flsbeiville and Colller ville! road, said road having been located on the division line between the eastern and western halves of the s tid I OG-acre tract since the same was dlvt ed by said Kirk. The above tra.ts will be surveyej and sub-alvlded before the day of sale. Teiuis of sale-nu a credit of 0 and 18 month1', purchaser executing note wlm approved Becurtiy bearing Interest from date of sale. Tnls December 0, 1878. R J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Flnlay. Peters fc Greene. Kortrecht A Cralt, and Gantt Jc Patterson, attorneys. CHAM'EUY SALE OF REAL EST AT t" On Maturday, December H, 1S78. No. 013. R (2-Chancery Court of Shelby county John W. carter vs. Virginia Owen. No. 1030 R (2) Geo. W. Webb vs. H. Irby. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In Ihe above causes on the nineteenth day of December, 1870, and renewed Decemberrt, 1878 I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of Ihe Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse building, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, On Saturday. December S, 1878, within legal hours, the following described property, situated in ahelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: la Hange 5. Eleventh Surveyor's District, bounded as follows: Beginning at a point In the east line of Lot o. 1, as subdivided and partitioned In these causes, 1U chains and 30 links from the northeast corner of said subdvislon; thence runs V chains aud 50 links to a stake: thence north it chains and 75 links to a Spanish oak; thence east 12 chains lo a point in a held owned by one Dennis; thence south 04 chains to a stake 111 links from a dead elm with a water-oak nolntei . thence east 50 chains to a point In the edge of t ditch nt the northwest corner of a 50 acre tract owned by one Arnold: thence 38 chains to Wolt river with holly and hickory pointers: thence wltli the meandering of suld river lo a point 50 llnkj south of a sassafras rmtnter; thence north 17 chal,v and 20 links to a ft ike; thence west 0 chains ano. 50 links u a stake with two tron-wood beech, and poplar pointers: tnence north 1 2 chains to the be ginning, containing 24-ilj acres. For fuller de scription reierence is uere tuaoe to me decree I or partition on file herein. Terms 01 sale Cash. This December 0. 1878. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Humes and Poston. Attorneys. Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate. No. 2072-Chancery Court of Shelby County Allen Hill tt al. vs. Robert Henderson et al. BY virtue of an lnlerlo;-utory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 2IstdaytI June. 1878. and renewed, etc, Iieeember 4. 1878, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder. In fiont of the Clerk and Ma.-ier's oflice. Courthouse Building, Memphis, Tenu., on Maturday, December Jin, is;x. within legal hours, the followfng-descrited property, situated In Shelby county. Teimesse-, to-nit: Be ginning at a rock on Mr. Lacey's wtst line at t lid eoutneasi comer or ine w-acre tract puicnasea by Mr. Lacey from W. Hill: luetic wtst 13 chains !2 links to a rock on Avery's east line ami southwest cornerof said 5ii-acre tract; thence south 1 degree, east 21 chains 5(1 links to a stake (Avery's sonthea 1 corner); thence west 8 chaiusjto a stake with red oak and two opiar pointers on Charles Davis's east line, and cornering with Avery, being bis southwest cor ner; thence south 1 degree, east 54 chalus and 20 links to K. Farley's northwest corner, on Charles i vis's evst line; thence east 18 chains 80 links to to Allen Hill's southwest comer on E. Farley's north line; thence north 1 degree, west with said Hill's line 50 chains 70 links to said Hill's northwest cor ner; thence east 3 chain 12 links t a rock on A . Hill's north line, the southwest comer or the Lacey tract; thence north 1 neirree. west 2; chains to the beginning, containing 123 acres. lermsor sale tine-fourth cash: balance in six and eighteen month, purchaser to give notes with approved security; lien retained on ima toiunner secure purchase money. Equity of redemption barred. This December 8th. 1878. R. J. BLACK. Cleik and Master. H ames A Poston. Solicitors for ComplalnanL Chancers' Sale of Ileal Estate. No. 2803 Chancery Court of Shelby county Andrew ltior vs. j. u. i-ariey et al. Ty virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en Jj tere l in the above cause on the thirteenth da of July, 1878, and renewed, etc., lieceinlier 4, 1878. 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse Building, Main street, Memphis, 1 euuessee, on Maturday, December , 17. Within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated In Shelby county, 1 enuessee, to-wit: Be ln a pait ot section ( 1 1 eleven In the ( 10th) tenth civil district of said county, beginning at a stake with cherry ana elm pointer, and running thence south VS chains to a stake In a road, thence east 20 chains to a stake with a to-t-oak pointer, thence north 40 chains to a stake by a fence, (hence east 2(1 chains to a stake vltii a post -oak pointer, thence north 40 chains to a slake In a road, thence along, the road south 87 degrees west 310 links, thence 00 degrees west, l chains 40 links, thence north 51 decrees, west 40 links, thence north 73 degrees, west 10 chains 05 links, thence north 53 degrees west A chains 7 links to a Hst-bnk pointer, thence north 42 degrees, west 4 chains 20 links to the be ginning. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven (7) months, fraichaser to execute note with approved security, li-n retained unill same paid. Equity of redemption birred. This December 0. 1878. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Klnlay, Peters & Greene, solicitors for Complain ant. Administrator's Notice. H AVIS' been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Shelby county, aa adminis tratrix on the estate of Gus A. Moitl. notice Is here by given to all creditors of said estate, to present their claims to me, or my attorney. U. W. Miller, and nil lersons Indebted lo said estate are requested to Cdil und settle. MRS. S. L. MORTI, Administratrix. V. W. MILLER, Attorney.