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MlMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24. 1878. KUMIOAD TIMR-TAIH.K. Laalavllle and ah Title Vrrit Mauiarrn. LKAVK. I tlUKt. V,D-v-. .idijy (except cat), 1 1:50 p.m. 6sk p.m. Mall. daily '11) a.ni. 8:18 a-m. M' v -rule Aocoiruiouatioa, d i y iet' Sundays).. I 4:15 p.m. I ""(irTsNTmmay. KiwtM run ouly to At Kenrle, con necting tor N-ishviiie. jlriupal and Caarleatoa. LK1V. I 4MK1VK. (City time) Mil Express Train, dally lUOrfnlgbt: u :45 a. id. SO n A.e..l.lo.lllObi J tl y 'ex Sundays) ., 440 p.m. 7 8 a.m. tirvu Jimnii Q 4o&, dally, 'fii -'" ' I I Hlalnlaiatppt and Tnirurr. LUVI. ! Orleans Mall, dally. ..'3:O0 p.m.!12-3o p.m. bard's A-cnntiK.xliUloii.dal-, (except Sundays! i 8J0 p.m.i 9 .HO a.m. Frel "' tnwiiiimi'l'ii, j dtllr (except Sundays)...! 7:15 a.m 1 BOO p.m. Mfirh' and l.lttle. Kiwk. M.l Irr.ln, dally If" 1 M. ilU'lf-M-"! Hun.) ftiOO p.m. V.30 a. ID 1 1 :40 p.m. 6:30 p.m. I'adarak aad vtrntpbis. UiliAtasse'ig'riraln.dall). 4 15 p.m. t:30 a. id. Aecomri'.lariin train I 7 I" a. in t ivi-ii) p.m COTTO?.. Ar the din of last, week' cotton market New York quoted middling at 8 13 lrte, advanced rurliu the ( to II I I; Nr Orleans quoted hivj. aitvatired to . Liverpool quo d 4 Ad, ad-v.u..e-i t 5 .'1-1 rid; Memphis quoted H 1-lnc. ad van -i 10 81 je. Till statement sbo.t n agreeable char ge a'tar tho very low ratrs of 'be prnlout wee k. I h 4 belter position o( ta Kngilnh market was ib-i i. rtrailu.it Inflimioa. Successes In Afghanistan nam iinorovrd the political poalllon there, while tot receip of wime cotton orders and tbe very low prices at wuicli the ! could be bad, with other Influ ence lu tu market, helped up rdes. In our own imi'M during tbe wnrk tbe demand waagood.be roinu,i strong, and even In excess of offerings as tbe ri d of tnu wi-ek approached. l.-cil H In Memphis during the official week ng grei;ite. 2d.o3rt bales, agHliiil 2rt,24.t bale the pre on w-sk, arid 2 .,9 1 7 bales (he e rresKHidlng rk lust nei Mn. and 22.90M bales tbe season be loro 1 he total receipt since. September 1. 1878. were I hi, H2 . bales, against i7.078 bales at the cor real o:nii. g tnu) last season, showing a decrease of 25 4- .rt bales. Total receipts same time In 187rt '77, otiJ.ri7 ba'es. Mill ietits during the) official week aggregated 2rt. .":( IkiU-s. against 27.917 bales the coirenpond Ing meek lift ifiiMiii, Total hl fluents since Septem t?r 1st ar vl US (tales, ajtilual 5:.U47 bales lbs ane tune lat tear, a dorrease vt rt4 ll.)6 bales. 1 iik tottl slink on band w s iii.o.t bales, Kl iio-t K.t.747 bales last meek, and 57,1 bales at 111. 4 time InM )ear. nal. s dur.nit the we-k were 2H.300 bales, 17,000 bales tti ext rter. Mltsl bales I tsplnners, andlnO hii i to H,rc.il.nor. xur.iiit the previous w-ek the total jlet Tr 'J.'i.xt ble. burii.x ibe corre niimlii k wek Inst )ear l be total sales were 15.4IN) bal s, ol on ch exporters look lUKHI bales; rptn lirts. f 1 1 H I bale-., l ilce of otUollng culloit blac. i iK)e at me same tune l ist ear. rec ip;s i ai. i ir.i-Hi biaies pons. z,:pi4.-in-d ue, 1 177. 2.1 17..'! tr ; sitae date, )n7rt. "J ;tnrt.7J l'i.-reaeof rrce'lts at Lilted Slats luru tlil-. je.ir 047 Ju bales. Hgalii-st 7it.;5 bales la-l weak. 14 - -toik at a I oris 7rt5 2n Lalen, HKliiht r.2')-i'l I bales same time the year bef ire. Worlil s i IbiM s q.ply lierembnr l;Hn. 2 1 Ji.5tW t.ale-. a ilu t 2 mi.VJ1I4 bales at tbe sati.e time tbe je-ir l f jie. I-crease of e t on In slk'lit. 10 21 t tiilx, as coiupand with ibe iinie naln In 1X77, r.ml a nee eaw of fjxil.tit'.H bat, s. as compared aitli ttie n nil- date In Irt7rt- Sett r luiines yesterday (Monda) were re pur el qolft. ea-. a d olx to foiirteeu points lowr. Airtv i. I . Liverpool were 1-1 tut cueapt-r. liaives I'Hi siu k lilyliar. lur m rket ns strong ln KO. j .e....n.d but f.vto a er" bo dp g Mbuvo the v .ws Of b'.jeis, a :d bil l ieA wits therefore co-.sto-eraolj oliwe I. oa.es ware 2:(.X) Dil-, 1110-.II t sptim-rs. and qu tat o;i c l1unu.1l unciiaiige-i as otat-1 below. The nes Voik coires ondut of the m . .. i a s riu- iyun. ol .-uluro. slil: ColU n we:.t i ll .ID :) t poiuti Uda romared l;h th lop qu vail .iot jeste.day. Tbls whs the resu t of a nfl u of the iii.uiipu atlng tlnKer, te'Clil. g t oiu Ji'ew Orleans to Llverp al, and pack to New Turk, t-ucti trans ic ion ma) pass aa l ouorable, but (bey won d not b ive be.i consule eil so In the honest Oars of the p.'tit. The) demoralize trade by g Ting a tictilous Value to the article, and the end Is aloio-t Snran.iiilr what we see It 10 day. the uiaiket worse ihiu It w is belore." Cottoa Kxrhisie (atttatlaaa. ItiUtmlard Ituemitional Clamflciiton. Ordinary if 7 rt 7 - l.oidttiiCnary rr.lj a i I.o miitdUug OH flH M.-llllllrf '""3 ?sl3 M.i i.iid.iiing tin- en M .i.i:inst fair r?H- t?lU a r Nominal. Nominal. II irk t quiet Sales. 2U00 bales, tDCludlng 10f)0 to expoiteis, 1100 to spinners, and 200 to specu lator. COTTT1M RXCBAKOa. 1 Memphis. December 23, ikTH. fltock on band September 1, 1878... 954 Beeelved to-day 4.a.' J Ueoetved prevloualy 15 2tf IHP.fll Shipped to-day fi hipped previously. ... 4.4s5 1V0fl:n ... tWO ljT.145 93.4W0 Btivk, running account IMPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far Cist week Hlne Septecnber 1st . 8.0.W . 1M.74J . lKU.riKl M-mrhls &n ChiU-leston railroad 393 AllsMeMtppl unil Teniieee Kallroad 2ril LuolKVllie. Nashville ami tii-eat eouthern B.R. 55:1 Pailucah and Memphis railroad 2D Memphis and Little Rock railway 4Wo Ht-amers ,,...2,1 1 Wagons and oUusr sources Total 4.3.r)2 EXPORTS. Tbus Tar iMs week.. fl.8"3 Wl .-,.914. Thus far last week... Since September 1st. Memphis and Charleston railroad 8fa Mississippi and Teniiessee railroad 4-- Louisville, Niisbvllle and Ureat ooulhern R.B. 1 MM ta.'imers, nort 1 :rslesaviers. souih flr ran. north iif rail.sputh Total l.!)09 H04 2,27 45 4.485 f4 TELEGRAFHA The .V'wln ' the latent tegrams of the domestic niai.'teu as reported yesterday to the cotton excoange MlV (f i I Ujrktt. kfc'p1. frtce. MitUUiij. P- 949ts Ml k 13-1 a 9 1-1 fl 9t Galveston. ... New t irleaus. Mobile, Savannah.... Charleston. .. Wllmlmou.. Nort. .Ik Baltimore. ... Tvrw l ork -'onton PlnuKl-lpbU t L'eJIs Auuia Firm. Easy, y llet. hlrm. ulet. Inn. Cjulet. inn. Klrm. Firm, yuiet. B.7I3 4H7H fi.4:8 2,27o 1.452 rt7i; .111 l 6-V tjlllet. Tim r.,iil.nij are Hie New York spot q iolatloi s for yes'er.tay: orillnary. 7 3-1 He; good ordinal y. HIsC-, Jow iil.Mling. H-ltlN iiddJilBg. 1-lttc; good ml'tniiig. 7-nifj ml idling fair. H I3C At HUP), -; 12:17. lu-nvsr; 3, nrui. Sales, list) rne following Is the latest Near ork telegram of ittturs: TnUnbty. ! 1 t.mar) ..- K omary. ... Mrch Ainl Mi) J in - J if A ItTUot 8i;.tember. O.tota-r N iveint er . Uecenil er . P.lrtrf II H I r H.4'!f? W.i Or?i J 74r r.i.'r? 17 32 17 HI 71 M Hd 03 1U 04M0 it .. it... IT)... P.OHr? I. 13 Tne lone of Ibe future market was as follows: At 10:x. easier: 10:50. qulof and easy: 1 1 ;30. stead); 12 ". shade euler; I ;.;0, wrak; 2:30, steady; 3:16, unlet 111 steady, t-ales. rt.'UHH" Pales. I Me New Orleans market closed a at 9c for mt'Hliii.K ales. fi tK) biles; receipts, 31. 171 .b.il-ss. sio'k. 31.". 3:i." bsles. 1 ne itrsloii market was Htm at h5,c for mlrl ..!! !.";; IUrrH'N were 5713 bales; stock, 1 1,(M'4J i,a es t-nles. ntii bales. Th l.lerpil eii'rains esterda reported a fulr tmsl isS- at prevs. u prices, ml.iilllnj uplands, f 3 lild; Uilrans, nlyl. sales. KiSJO bales, Aiucrl csn t'.l.". lIHis Krcelpts, none The Ll'er.ssjl luture ni'iket opeaed 1-lrld h s,,r i-enilyr. A A--'t27A 3-lrto; Jin.ars Vw, . -ary. 5 3 1I1.1; KrUrUdry-Msr.-h. fiLi?n 7-32d: tl ml. A 9-3 2d j ir:!-May, 5 I i-82d. At :i '1.1 ..?.i . "k: futures now ti.ly; De embei-Jai nVrv r -i V1.1 '"" "-M-fh. Wd; M'rch-A.rll. Mn-eo n i Ann -''T. " 5-ll. TlmVvem-hUal rePrted " ' lows; rii iTVkui Week LM J ear. Hoc ts since Krtday h3.inH; Kxp'tsto H.Britain lrt,it3 Kxp'tsloConllnenti 14 7'.'2 tiiock I Klr. 171 : 7'-191 WH328 13i,"H -2- 7Hn.470 .HiH3 Dnripff the wpek the financial situation in Memphis has vailed In no essential particular from that ol previous w-ek. Altnoegh Clirlstmas was i.ear .1 cney was agiln In less request than at the rn nui the wek. Tbe usual tightness prevali li.g ir .ui lie .iiioer 1st tj Christmas day. has never made Its a..-iraiice this month; all tbe b. nks are vr.l off lor funds, txciiange was ac Ive during tbe tek. wuicb c-iused eicuai.ge to be In liberal supp y nl uiictiaiigrsl rates, lit the s-rrtp and slock maiket not a thing of 11.lere.sl lias been reported ; mere Is no isprcul -t m f ell gexMuit:. Tue late ueclslon de cl trliig Teni'e s-e new lsMW."nr "TorbeU money. ' as It Is olten cilhd.lrgit.mrte Issue or tbe sam9. h isc.i'i-el inquiry as 1 j Its probable market value but without lead i.g tit ti ansactions. A broker Is utferlng ssaxi.i ot U at 55c; Meinpb s sas l-k Is also iflVrln at 9t). Kates lor money we-e s.r 10 p r cent, per annum, 'ao former for Pa k eiis'.omers. txchange quoting sight oa Ne iork and deuiand on Isew fnuland h oa; ti;ht on Nw i" unlai d l3 on, selling at pa. ; on New Orleans. I4 discount buying, selling at par. ehelLy county scr p butltig at Ko. s-lllng at vi) Tbe New York HrraUt. Of FiMay last, i -oited: "Tbe following were the ratas of exchanga nil New York at the ui dermentloned eiiles loaiay: Cna 'eston weak, buying Is discount, selling pstri? r, ureiilum; New Orleans, oomiuerclal, 1410 lrtl i..r.s U; s:. Louis. 25c premium; Chicago weak. 1 .iin'g f-lil discount, selling 1-10 premium, and k-uVtoii piemlum." Ibe New York Tif, ot Iba asms date fs; Silver was quoted to London yesv Lmav Ht 4WI' Pr ouncHj a lower rate. If we mistake o" th"i has biea reached since July. l 7rt. when f,?eprtci touched 4tf-,d. nd the .bullion aloe ,, 41-n, grains of sllr Was less than hO cents. Yi?enlay the bullloa value Of Ue fllver dollar was a Iractiou under 14 cents." IJIJ TELKQfUPHA PARIS. December 2a Rentes, 1 12f. 87lt. Anvp.VTQ nuARA OJ , " . 1 , .rT ,1 it NEW unLr..w. . ...w . . " narr? Li New Yrk sight. l discount, blerllng exchange-bankers' bills. 4H2. . OVDON. December 23. Consols for money, 1. . ..I tU. Itllnnl. l'.,.tn.l 111' 94 3- iL.nia ivntral. 32U: Readln. 12U: Erie. 1U-4US, at47 ni" LT i;a -ereeiit. The assistant treas ' ""SZL'i s i'ii TkV- Customs receipts. 2H0.- Ul-mirsed Sl-ll.tHII. uterllnff mhniiM- (SK). , ,, -ht exchange on New bankers' bills steady. 4tt, si ln ii.i riiiw iSwi VtiAeToewV. 100a.: 10-to.. rfPsZTtWtrt orxjrjons,107-sj; currency . l.1"' t!2rt? P.27 t t t 9 44 it v.no t.7SfT M74 H.liHf 9X7 11 lV? 9 H8 lo.on-tiooi 10.10r7 10.16 ... .if r f?i t) lor? 9.17 .d, 5-2(sor lMrti, liHtj; IV .V 'e 9. 0Hs2: 4l. lOtiVs. n: aeaV s. new. 2l14: Virginia tls. old. 2." : Tlr.lnla fls. new. aS: isuri rts. llntW Kallroad bonds were strong and higher. Tbe st.ck market at the open- li k was hi in and prices ndvauced Uu I Per cent the latter for New Jersey Central. & iltrequently a reai-lkxi or liIXt percent ensue J, but duili g the afternoon a Dim r lone prevalld. the inaraet closlug slruiiiz. Ttie principal ac.lvl y wits In ortiiwealero. St. 1'aul and Wn-tern L nlon. Tnnsactlous nre- gtei 11HO HI shai-s, of which tit H m) wre Hie, 10.0IM) Lake bhore. IH.I MO Nortbetem c uniiioil 1J.) p eierred, IO.ikhJ aul common. 4kN) prefeired. jiMHi Laikaaima. M'XHI ,t Jere) i-eii irul, IJihhi Michigan Central, and 17,0 0 We-l-eni I nlon cloilhg iiuoiatlous were a follows weitern Unh a lele;raiin coinpany, l':)-"', Oulcksllver. 12; Oulck.saer prererreJ. a21a laclCe Mall. I4;s; Marlpona. MarlHM rgenvd, .-Ih: Adams express company, fil-: Weils fargu ex Drevt company. 1"X: AinerlcantxpreHs eumpany. 4it: Lnited tMiues exprens company. A-t .New Voik Central, Kr4: Krle. iwli.; Kris ireferrel. :I2; Harlem. i;)Kl-a; Michigan l tril. 7lii; Panama, 12: Lalon Pacific stock. rf'.it; Lake auore. tv.un; Illinois central 7"il-.; Cleveland and FttiaDurg. 2lj: North weftiVrn. 41U : Northwestern preferred. 7."'H Cleveland. Columbus, Cincinnati arid Indian apolis, H:iU; .New Jersev Central. 34: Ko.-k Island. It'.,; 8L Paul, :J4-s; M. faul preferred ".'tiv; Wabanh. 2iim; lurt Wa)Or, 1W; Terre llauie, 2; Terre llaule preferred, it, Chicago and Alton. Chicago and Alton preferred. 104; Ohio and Mississippi, i v: Delaware, iJK-kawanna and Western. 42s; Atlantic aid Pacific W-leirnsph eoiu- Dnr. 2S: Missouri racltlc. 1U: Chicago. Hi:r- llngton aiiU Qulncy. 7'a: Hannibal and St. .loe, 1:L; tiannlbst and l. Joe preferred a:Uj; Cen tral 1'aclflo bonda, lOnia; L'tiloo Pacluc bonds. Kisj: b'uloti Pacific laud krants. hl; Lulou Paine sinking luud, lUi'4. OENEKAL Tit IDE. Tli weather vpst rriay was delietitfn!. anrl the business portion f tbe city was cmwdrd with persons m-klng Cbrli-tmas purchases. This caused a si ght advance in dreesed tinkles, but pou tjy of all kinds showed I. ttie or no varlatlou from pre vious ralee. which is rrmaikab.e. Feed was In little otTerlng and less ln.pilr; corn was quite stagnant, a id Salurdll) s St. L'Kils papers quHed lower Ihete. Oranges. u?ual y so high ai Christmas, were lower than curing the previous wtek. liarne was biguer, but was irregular.occanlonal.y reaching fancy prices; we, therefore, omit quotations. FKhD. KTC.-tri neli her offering nor Inquired for; last sales at 4iyjdr42c; In store. 47r?4Hc. ri's nothing report e.1; last ssles HOfTllic; In store, li.'i'? 3nc. tran in some luquiry and i.lgher; sale of AO sacks at Sill AO; in store, iomic. Hay remained better, with little olng; sale of to car-loads of strictly chiil timothy at Jf 1 5. the outside price; In stoie. rlAr'risAc per cut., accjidlng to qualliy Corn meal In mill, 82-10; Id store, 2.20. fUmr quiet at f-l isO,?A 50. Fkl ITS AND VE(iKTABLa. 4r firm, at $1 75rf2 on the landing; In store, S2u3. l'A:Uw are h-ld very firmly by the fUlboatmeu. and rates up the Ohio river and at Cano are very firm, buc here the stock 01 home grun affects the market, and woe 1 holders hsve to sell ihey can not secure thetr demands; good, laigs potatoes. In good pack ges and com llluii, bavenoldal tl 90; small at SI 7 Flalboatuien want 2 fi"; l'i store. S2 u tnrrel. H'otrt ivrf.i.es, 31 2or? 1 60. Oitiotui quiet at Sl2 r?it,0 on the landing; In store. Sfl 7Ar?2. luAOrrv Is active at Srr9 per 100 lie id: ITur niu, 75c a barrel. F'trimiw, 82 a barivL arr ti i a barrel. UornrnuiUh $4 AO a barreL Oranya, si Add ri AO a barrel. Ix mowi. S4 AO A"us .1 iomhIs, Tarat'ina. I lie: bnuiliau,9c; pecans, Tex as, nsw, I Urc I I filberts, 14j; peanuts 4c per pound; cocoa, Aio AO per hundred. Itrieti Fruit apples, new, 4tjjfc; peaches, new, 417 Ac: old, 3Pjc CraiUxmt. 91 a barreL CtUt rj 75s a Os ren bunene-. fc(iU4.r l.TTES. ETC. Eug' were quiet at 21(7 V2J, with a te sales at 20o fritter was quoted as tullwa: Common, P7 1 1 c; in ilium, 1 3r? inc. choice weetetn, 1 7cr 1 H ?; crvameiy. 2 sc. Chicktit quoted at 9 25(72 25, from toung to tens; Hue diessed, JM f.O a Uozen. TurKrys at J77 12; dresi-ed, Wit 1213: a pound iHickA, $2 25a 2 AO a duzen. (Jft.se, $4 A; dres.l. ?1. HOii PR 'ULiOTaND MEAT Htrtm -clear s'des, packed, 4-tic; e ear 1I0. packet. 4I2?; shoulders, pa.keil. 3t(t-: clear pork slues, loose. 4? 4.05c; clesr no pork sides, loos. 3 HOriH 95c. long . Kar 1 ork hides loose, 3jc; sirui,iei. loose. 3ic: sugar cu-ed h mi. packei. 7s3 ?7:ttc; brnkiast ba.-on, .a. kM, rtVs rtH4c; me.-s ikiM s; 25?H AO Lrrrvi tie ces.fiUi oftAj-; .-alls. 714 '71j-. y(-r-fore-qiiarter4, 223c; bind quaiters, 31.21 ,c .sturft by ih? care ss, 4( Ac a lornd. js 4i?H; .1 roiirul: b tbe huri ored, fof packing, s'l AO. i'i.ys' f-rt, per keg. SI 75; half barrels, S.'3 50; ba rtis. J5i. MHcKLLsN EOL's. C'iuVr lit bnrreln.S.s-, bxrre s, jMr2s Ao. Beaux -mwl u.n navv, SI 7fir?2r?2 25 a busiiel. accorulng tj qualliy. Liitve, WKv I . ei-j.lt. ?1 45 pet barrel. tliiiea were In cik1 demand; ory ttlrit, 14c; ory salt. 10(3fl2c; irreerl. 5t?dr; gre.11 salt. 7c. Tifo'e, ArTrtc, tUcKict-r, 22c. Ungip-q-flax. 2(7214 lbs. llrvll⁣ flax ar.d hem. , iOlc. KUinq .'wiiie, 12c per p und. 1 run Hit, per bundle, S2 (i..(72 15. Apii; tAittrr, 7c i r lb. Minct liuut, H's? Pr rb fti(i m'utt'ie, ic per lb. fcT. LOUIS FttEInliTS -The St. Lonls .V puhii an 8-.KI 0.1 .Saluiday: "Combined rail ai.d r.vrr freights via Cal o remain unchanged us also all rait raies south as follows: Throogh bills lading via aciitueasten raUorad to Calio, thence by packets, to all points be ow Ca ro (from tbls side) flour, lite: meats and grain. 3 ic; pjrk. si ()."; hay, A4c; from Hist at. Loins, 4c per hundred pou. ids less, kail freights so..th (trom st-re) to Mempii's: fl ur, A5c per barrel; meats, lllic per hundred S muds. New Orleans: Flour. 95s: meats, 4Hc. oblie: Flour 75c: meats. 43c. Ylcksbuig: Flour, Sic; meats, 41c I Br TELEGKA FH.1 CINCINNATI. DeceniDer 23 Flour firmer; fam ily, S4 15(75 25. Wheat t trout and higher; red and white, 9(.ir? 97c. corn mm 3 1 (732c Oats In goo 1 demand at lu lratas, 24(?2'ic Kje easier, f.0? o2c liailey III fair d-maud; ao. 3 fail, 9 c Potk quiet, SH. Lard In I'alr deiunn J b- t at lowr rates; it am, A.45C. Built mea.s dull, 2 50(72.110, 3 55, 3.(55(23.750. ba"0n quiet; new. R. 44a4Vx. Whbky steady with a lair demaiid, SI 05. LOUISVILLE. December 23 Flour dull. WheHt firm; ied. 90j; amber and white. 93c Corn dull; while, 35c; uvxed, 33:. Oats dulli white, 25c; mixed, 24c. Hie tttady, 53c Hsy quiet. SMri'.t 50. Pork quiet, JM. Laid steady; clion-e leaf, lleic, Hlsc. ch Ice leaf, kfg, 71-jo Bulk meats quart, 2ux? iJ-xji? 4c Bacon scaion and llim; shouid- rs, none; lu Blear rib, 41(5 424c; new clear, 4.141 5c Sugar-cured hams, 8Vfea9c whisky lirm. Si 05. NEW YORK. December 23. Flour dull; super One western and State, $3 25(73 CO. Wheat quiet; ungraded spring. 0c Ryefoull ; No. 2 west ern, B7rl 5xo. Barley dull and nominal. Malt dull. Corrv --moderate business: ur.-rraded. 4tU:J('!4rc. Oats dull: white. IOH4C Hay firmer. 35f? 40c. Hups firm. Coffee firmer; Rio, cargoes, 10& 154C; job lots, llr?ltH2C Sugar quiet. Moiai-es quiet. Rice steady. Pork, $7 15(7.7 AO. Lard-prlme sleam, 0. 7A(75.0. Whisky flrn er, $1 12. CiJipAGO. December 23. Flour steady; spring extia. $3n 4 f;0; low grades, S2(?2 7A. Wnet steady wall fair demand' No. 2 red winter, hwi jri 90c; No. 2 Chicago nprlng, 82iue cash; SHrTHiJ'wC January, M3,(?liii0 February. Corn dull and priori shade lower: HOic cash. 3OS40 bid January, S tc bl(J teu.ury, 244C May; rejected, 271-3 ' Oats easier; 1940 cisu, 2!C Jantiiry. 2ils FebriiHry. H e (lull and lower. 44c. barleyqulet but firm. USlc cash, 99W January. Poix in fair deuiand but nt lower rtes; $7 AO cash. 3 4ija7 60 January. S7 67VS7 t(0 February, S7 67 V2 bid Februay. Lard ai-tlve out wek and lower; A 40c cash and January, 5 4 l(J5.A0e February. 5.55c March. Bulk meats aiitvv put a shade lower, 2 55 i 3.55 a 3.70c. Whisky meaMf. 1 OH. ST. L01;Ii, Leofiuljsr fit Fhur quiet: double Mtra fall. 83 50i?3rt5, trl-hls fxlra fall, S3 95(J 4 10;f4in(ly. $4 25r?435. Wheat Inactive a;id low. r; No. 2 red fall, 9II4C cash, UHs'i 91 Ifecember, 91r?9HsO January, Ii2r7921$s February. Cqrn esler; rso. 2 mixed. 2'.4-?2h.ii ( Ssh, 29-ttC Janu ar, 3liS4(2307i,3 Feb uary. 2A4(?33i April. 33s(7 34c Ali. Oat flriiier; 21(72140 cash, 20i.se bid December. 2v1'5 blil January. Ky ralr demand but a lower ratts; Biles 4'l4j?4:44! casU. 42gc January, barjey nominal Wiil.-ky steady. SI 0.. Pork easier; Jobbt at S7 00 cab. S7r7 1 7214c Match. Bulk meats easier. r lots loose shoulners, 2.45r72.A0c; clear ribs, 3 4ofr3 fiOa, Wug e'ear, U 40(73 4 Ac; clear sides, 8.A5(73.0c Bacon Hull, (jreen liiels dull; shoulders. 3.35(7H.40c Hams" 1 d-pounds a vea, e, 4ic; sweet pickled hams, A 20." NEW ORLEANS. DecemLar 23. Flour strotiR and blgln-r; suiierhne, 83 25(73 AO; douhls extra. $4 2o : treble extra. S-4 50(75; higher grudes, i lii's SO. Com demand fair and prices higher;"v.hlte rind llow 4X0 Oats quiet, H0'?H2e. Co uuiealdiill, Jll 9J. May ujft but linn; chol, tit) pork active and firm, i Aorr7 l' Laid steady, iters?, r5(?rtl4i:; keg, 7(7 'Uc- Hiiik meats q det; shouloei., 21c; clear rll. 4c; cl-ar stdts 414C baoon h'lu; tjlioi4d-rs. 2-Vt(73 ; clear rl ', 414c; dear. 4i(74l.-jc tuai-c red snine and n lu; canvactMt. small size. jOrtlOvji:; uticau VHied. va9VfcC whissy uteady; wes er.i reclili-d, tl 05(71 10. Coffee stead); Rio. cargoes, ordlna. r to pilme. lOlsri lASac go d 6u ur quiet butt w:1': common to good i-nimon 4t2(74⁣ fair to fuo fajr- 47i,fr5Tsc; pilweio choli-e, 6s(7CSic; yellow clar.oea, o,'4;-J Uc a J)KV GOODS. NEW YORat. D "mber 23. Cottr.n goods remain quiet extent dyed Buck's and bleachtd shirtings, which aie lu f-lr demand by convrrter. I ancaster 1. vhl pi luted cambrics were op-i.ed by avents at 7c. Prims were quirt, .-pting ca-ssimeies. cheviot aud worded coatings were lu mode. ate request by llis clothing trade. Foreign goods were dull. RIVER NEWS. Weather and Hirers. The table, and tiispatrbes lielow triT ! official a ttlcuUrs concern Irut the weather and rivers: Orrtt s Siomal tKKVtrn oks.. s. A., I mkmthis. Oec iiiliei 23. 1S,K. s Above I'M water. Changes. STATIOHS, lilse Fall Feet. Inches ti:cn-s inct'CS C.ilro Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque. Helena. Ark. Keokuk Leavenwoitn Little Rock Louisville. Mesuplttw K'ashvllle New Orleans Pittsburg Shreveport. SU Louis VllrKt,rv. . is 1 10 .29 iFroz'n , iFioi'lii i Froz in. Froi'uj 4 14 A3 "2 ueion high water mark of Ii4- LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YE.-TEltriAT. 10 H sc 10 11 0 X I) rt 7 0 7 1 ' rl Bar. Iher Wind. 30 21 27 S. HO II 4S S W. 30.22 35 N. 7.00 a.m. 2rts) p.m. Fair. C-e.tr. Clear. HSJO p.tn sinxlmum tnei luonieter 49 i-E Minimum thermometer 23 drg. F. M. NEAL. Private. BLgual Corps, U. S. A Br Talerrepu. PITTSBURC. De-f-mb-ir 2 J. Wen her cloudy and col 1. River 0 leet ( inches ana rising. VICK5BURG. Decaxber 23. Weather cloudy thermometer, ri4 deg. River risen 2 incries In the past twenty four hers. No boats up or down to-day. NEW ORLEANS. December 23. Wes.ther clear and cold; heavy white rrosl this morning. tnemioine ter. fkld-i Arrived i Ooldeit Crown and A. C D m- ua ly, Cluclnuall. departed: E. O. btanard, oL Louis, PORTZiDS. December 23 Arrived: Shlo Re gnt. Llverirool; schooner Earl F. Mason, Prov" deuce. Sailed: bill is Emma and Maragareta" Hivte; barks Carrie, Falmouth, Kng ; uauLheud' Rouen ; Salon, Uenoa. f INCISNATI. December 23 - Noon.- River fallln fast, weather snow end cold Nhtbl-blver 23 feet H Inches. Wen' her cold. Arrived: buckeye Stale. Pittsburg; Laura Davis, Tennessee liver; V irgu? l-ee. Ktaii.siiie; jiiicneii, xsew (.,'neaus. Lie parted: Bifkeje btite, Pittsburg; Sliver Cloud, Tun. uessee riyer. CAIRO, December 23 KUjhL-Rlver 25 feet and i uicnes ana imiirig siowiy. weainer ctouay and snowmg all day, three Indies having fallen. Ther mometer 30 dec Arrivals: Dick Fulton and Wrile Ohio river, 3 p.m. Departed: Dick Fulton, New ,1 1 n "v" . aw., inuai " VI10JU3, O 1' 111. WBEELIK3 (W. Vs.), December 23. River 8 feet 8 Irenes and falling. Weather clear end .old; thermometer, 22 deg Lp: ototkJalr. 4 p in. Sun day. Down: 1 nompson, 4 a m. this morning. Ar- rivtd: Andes, noon. Ice running ihica: all ksial packeis laid up aud It Is uncertain If the Atidus w.ll go out to-morrow. LOUISVILLE, December 23 -Noon. Weather snowing and cold. River falling hljvvty; 11 it el In the canal: 9 leet la tbe pass. Down : ooldeo Crown, Fa-hlon and Uuthrle .. Night Weather cloudy and cold. Departed: Robert Mil -h. It. r-ew O leans: Andy Baum, CluslnnulL, River 10 leet 4 Inches and falling. afavaaeaca at tlie Lerra, AHRIVAL3. Colorado, Tfcksbnrg,' Thompson Dean, Scm Or lesos: H. C. Yesgcrj- New Orleans; C. B. Church, 'ew OilMiu; C. r. rkiieosk, CUJoinrjaU; Bateenile, Pt. Fmncls river; Osceola Belle. Osceola: Coahoma, i-riars Point; Ceo. W. Cheek. Frla's Point; Illinois, Rive1U.11; Ojach ta Belle. Arkansas Uiy; Red Wing, White river; Hard Cisn, While rlv.r. DEPABTURliJ. Colorado, St. Louis; V. V. Schenck. New O leans; Th -mpso 1 Liean. New Orleans; H. C. Yea.er, 8u Louis; Ruth. New Madrid; Osaeola Bille, Osceola; Cjaiioina. Friars Point; lillno.s, Rlverton; OuaclilU Belie, Arkansas City; C. B. Church, CiiiClncilL IN PORT. RatesMlle. Geo. W. Cheek, Red W!rg, Ilird Cash. BOATS DUE. fri-n-Jam W. Gaff. New Mar Uon'ton. ( p- It -Ue Memphis, Haltle Nowland, Annie P. Sliver. Cherok-e. BOATS LEAVINCi THIS DAY. Fkiars Point -Geo. W. Cheek, Stack Lee master, 5 p.m. sr. Frasjcls Rivl-r Batesvllle, J. D. Randall mas ter, A p m. W'hitk River Red Wing, John B. Darts master. 5 p 111. Wiiitk Kivku Hard Cash, Kit C. Postal m&aler, 6 p.m. Arkansas Rivek Haltle Nowland, James Reee master. 5 p.m. St Locis-Belle Memphis. John C. Crane mas ter, 5 p.m. IteeelDta Venterday. Colorado 30 bales cotton, let sundries. C. B. Cburch Irt buds sugar, irt brls molasses. Oeorg- W. cheek 101 bales cotton, 24 bagsseed cct'ori. 177 sks cotton seed. Iiilnols-232 bales cotton. 105 bags teed-colton. 22 in sks cotton-seed, lotrundiles. )-eeola Helle I lrt bales c .turn, 27 bags seed cotton. I2H sks cotton-seed, lot sundries. iiH!iouid-n4 bales cotton. 3 bigs seed-colton, 173 sks cotton-seed, 30 pkgs sundries. nuachlU Belie-A4S bales cotton. 78 bays seed cotton. Irt37 sks cotion-seed. HH nazs sund-les. Rrd Wing brought out of Whits river 352 biles cot on. 172 sks colton-eeed, 20 pkgs suhdi les. , Bat!)vllle brought out of St. Francis river 958 bsles coiton. U bags seed-cotton, 24 pkgs suucrles. H. C. Yeager 4S hhds sugar, 41 brls and halt brls molassi, 1 5 casks pilch, 2 cases natural flowers. Thompson uean -ts4 hhds sugar. 495 brls and a bait molasses, 30 sks sail, 33 brls oranges, 01 nkirs sundries. Hard Cash brought out of White river 480 bales cotton. 20 011 oris, 21 sks peanuts, 2 norses, I steer, 31 pkgs sundries. LcTee Paragraphs. Business brisk. Weather clear and cold. The levee was crowded with freight. Local packets departed with full trips jesterday. Remember the "sailer bale" of cotton next Thurs day. Tbe Iron Mountain aud barges passed up Suuday for the Ohio river. The river has fallen two Inches at tbls port In the past twenty-four hours. Ed Nel jerer returned from New Orleans yesterday. The "old folks" were too much for Ed. lhe J. Sbarpe M'Donald passed up last Sunday for Uia Ohio river with a tow or empty barges. The receipts by river yesterdiy were 3351 bale c tton, 243 bags seed-colton and 7tS74 sacks cotxin seed. The City of Augusta passed the mouth of White river last Friday tor New Orlcaus with 1200 bales co. ton. The Colorado pnssed up for St. Louis Snnday evening with 609 bales ot cotton, to be shipped by ra 1 at Cairo Tue leiee from Union to Jefferson 8tre fs, now tbe river Is high, Is In hot -class order (or the lecep ttort of freight. Tnu Bjlla il-mohls, which pisses u 1 to-day, will r c-:ve atiouc I'M' I bales 01 coitou, to be sent by rail irom Cairo to SL Louis. 1 ue J W. Kill, CapPiln Bob W. Wise, will be f uud In port In s morning, aud leaves to-morrow evi-nii 11 011 lr relj.n. Tue rhomoson D,-an left last evenlnir for New O'leans wltn 2200 bales cotton. cousidrable way lre'ghl ana twenty caniri passengers. 1 ue iia tie isowiana, captain James uecse, is me pacset this evening ut five o cloea lor all poluts on Ar-ausas river. Vv. B. M'Nulty Is her clerk. The belle of Memuliln. Captain John C. Crane. Is the AncLo -line pac-Kct this evening at Ove o'clock lon'alro a:id St Louis. O. Hewitt Is her clerk Ti.e U. P. Scfaebck passed down. esP rday. for NtwOrlsuus from the Ohio rlv.r. wlih 1 HIU tons of Ireigh . She added here 304 b iles ot cottou. 1 he c. B. Church pased up e.-tt-MHi eveulng lor the Ohli river, wUh t Oil tons ot freight, prluclpatlv siijtai anil molasses, bhe aoued Ueie ZOO bales 01 coiton. T.ie Rath. Instead of mnnlng la the S:. Francis river tr-ote. will h -reafter run beiweeu New Madrid arid tnii pla. laavlng Peru ever, Monday aud Thur-d .y. Tue ButesvU'.e. Captain J. D. Rind, ill. Is tbe r pil lar packet tor all joints on i Francis nv-ir ui he n'rl ck. D B. Ab.uhams will be fouuU In charge of her o:uce. The bar msster ba removed tba whanbnau b- low Monroe sireec. Tha A ctn r-llne whar boat lies at the foot of Monroe, tue Lee lower down, and Olelltt 8 JU?t b-low. The Geo. W. Cueek, Captain Stack Lee In com mand. Is the pauat-c mis evening at five o'clock tor Helena and Krlirs Point. Walker ouilam and Plait Rlioai'es are her cleiks. Tue Rsd Wlnz. Cstitaln John B. Divls In com mand, n the Independent 1 uesday p cket for all points on White river this eveulng at five o'circk. r.u w. cruweu is ntr clerk, asslMed by John ttooiu- so.i. At O K. landing, Mississippi, last Friday n'ght. a (lie supposed to be tbe woik of Incendiaries, burned the warehouse of Campbsll & Co. Tue estimated loss is two thousand doll .rs. but we were uuable to learn lb s amount of insurance. If any. 1 ne 11 ira uasn, uai-tsin tu u. post:ii tn command, ill be lound In port Ihis morning receiving for L-er return trip for White river. h leaves this even in at five o'clock, going through to Jacksonport. Charles M. Postal is her cleik, assisted by J. C. Ytycon. Tha NewOrle ins Dervxrat. of l ist Thursday, sars: The local inspectors, niter an examination, yes'er d .y mane their report ou the Cotton Valley dbuslcr, as follows: Office United f tates Bo.inn T ocal Isspkctors 1 OF bTKAM VKS.SEIA V New 0hleas, La., December 10, 1878. ) D clslon In the case of collision between the steamers Cotton valley and Charles Morgan. we hare carefully studied the testimony given In the case, and find the Cotton Valley ascending and the Charles Morgan descending the river, on ths morning 01 in. nrsr, instant, at aoout lour o'clock, it being very daik, tbe wind blowing hard and raining beavy, at a place about two miles below Donaldson ytile. near Bungler's Point, where a colll-lon oc cui red. whereby tue Coiton Valley was sunk and three lives lost. We find the Churles Moigan In her proper place In the river for a descending steamer, fu.ly of ficered as the law requires, both pilots In tbe pilot house at the time, as also the captain, where he Lad gone to keep out of the liar 1 rain then falling, the nrsi mate on watcn ana at nts post, tne steamer backing before and at the time of the collision, nnd everything done by her otllcers to avoid a col lslon. and, afterward, to rescue tbe people or the lll-rated steamer. We find that the C tton Valley was not n her proper place for an ascend ng steamer: that her captain had not been on watch since eleven o'clock of tne night of tue collision; tbath rflrsi mate hnd 1 ot been on watch since immediately alter lesvlng tbls city till about tonr o'clock pn lhe morning of the collision, both of which we d-ein gro?g neglect of duty, especially on sucn a night. Mr. Swain, the pilot on watcn on me lotion valley, was evidently mistaken lu his position In tbe river, as the testi mony shows that the collision occurr d In or near the middle of the river. When he stood out to turn Bttngter s point (which was a Maiboard point), the ulgl.l being very dark and the wind blowing off the riatljoard thore, he missed his calculation and we find hint out ot Lis Place. We also ilud that tne Cotton Valley's engines were not stopped until her now uaa t-assoa across tne now 01 uw cnanes uor gsn, nor were they backed at all. We believe that If either the captain or first mate of the Cotton Val ley bad been on watch aud at his post, the collision would not bave occurred. We see no evidence on the pa; tot tbe officers of the Cotton Valiey where the licensed officers did anything to save the lives of the cabin or deck passengers, either through sup rii.i ln lbe,4 fcith JLVpreseryer. or even sujjtfestli g lueir us', aiiu esiieciany was one poor Ulliuriuuui lad) all wed to crown with only a simple Invita tion to Jump overboard, whereas had m lire preserver on she would doubtless have ttoatrd Willi sue could have been rescue! by the yawl of the Charles Morgan. Tbe act of C 1 plain Koutis In allow Ins only his wi'eand two children and Mrs. Stndford in a lifeboat that was apa'le of carrying ioten tersons, is reprehensible In the extreme. Cai t.vn Kouns Is alsoyesi piislble for tbe deck or his Vessel being In charge of the second mate, an officer pot rr quiied to bn licensed, who as In charge of the (leak fr iu Mx o'clock In the evenlug' to (our o'cloc pi tne mwmng, a uiout Ufiusal watch. We bave, ther foie. ti.U daV. In ' uvcordauce w th s-ct'ons 44 it and 4440 o( tbe Revis tl Sntuea, lor lnatten M u In duty, revuxeit lhe lioeiise of M. II. Kout.s and W. A Duke, respe'" Ivi-li master and rnite of the ill lap d C n ton Vailey, and sust ended lhe llei nse of A. O Swalu. ti e pilot on watch on tue Cottou Va ley, (or a irl id ol tblity da)s from the uate hereof, lu aocoripeg will) t-ectlon 4450, Ke-isetJ Slamtes. for UUrkil lul li Rtingei. eni, luiilieutlon to duty end m,.I4 nnrl we hereby exonerate the licensed offi cers ol the stedUiet Charles Moigan from ell blame. i, a. JunJ-o.N, J. A MOFrETT. Un'trd S'ntes Local Inspectors. Home thins Tor the IVew Year. The world-renown- d success of Iljstetter's Bitters. and their continued popularity for a quarter of a cen tury us a stomi.chlc. Is scarcely more wonderful than the wel.-ome that greets the annual a pearancs of IlostetUr's Alnuinac. This valuable medic J treatise Is p b'lshed by Hostetter 4 Smith. Plit- burg. 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PULVERMACHER'S ELECTRIC BELTS AND BAf.3 enre these various diseased conditions or all other means fail, aud we offer the t convincing testimony direct from the flicled themselves, who have been restored HEALTH, STRENGTH, AND ENERCY, after drugging in vain for months and years. Keud now lor Dksckipi ivk Pamphlet and Thk Klkctuic tiCAKTEKLY, a large Illus trated Journul, containing full particulars mid information wokth TUOcsANiu. Cop ies mailed free. Address, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., Cor. Eiglth asd Viae Sis., KlTCllTNATI, 0. Avoid boaus anvlianees claiminn elc distinguish the genuine from the spurious. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OP " IiSJA & PEKEINS' CELEBRATED PEOHOtTHCKD BT OOKHOIStSTCBa TO Ba TUM OXI.V OOI SAUCE," And applicable to VieRZ TABHTT or DISH. KXTSAOT of a uri't'kK frem a KICOICAI, OEMTLk- man at Madras to his brother at Wobckstkr, May, 1851: " fellLKA PUB RTK3 that their Saute is highly esteemed In India, and is In n:y opinion the inot palatable, as well as the most wholesome . ' Sauce that Is made.' Worcestershire Sauce rars eirixa tbe consumer not onlt THK BEST, B VT THE MOST ECONOM ICAL SAUCE. SIGNATURE Is on EVERY BOTTLE. JOHN DUXCAJi'S SONS, 0 College Place, and 1 Union Square nhw tuna. Undertaker, Mo. S41 Heeonfl Htroet. near PnatAfllee. Dramatic Instruction WILL BK GIVEN BY Mrs. Hose IP. Thompson to a limited number of pupils, at her residence. No. K3 Madison street. applications can be mads to her at once, an above. Cotton Ginning HAYDEN & CO., Cor. Peplar and Fourth Streets, Heraphls, Tenn. WE have opened our Gin House, and respectfullv so'iclt the natronaee of our customers snd f lends. We have p tour Gins In fine ruining order, and are satisfied thai no other Hlns In the city can surpass us In trrnlng out and quality of Sample. Sacks lurnlsnei to all responsible parties to ship to our Gin. All Cotton consigned ta us will be Insured while on nver aud m um House. HAYDRS A CO. W. A. F AIRES, (SUCCESSOR TO J. B. AND W. A. F AIRES.) Dealer In MULES and HOUSES, 5S Union tit., Xear Ioftufliee. A GOOD selection of all classes of Horses and Mules constantly on han.i. Everything sold by me guaranteed as represented Orders so Idled. JA3. FLAiiXKTlt J. 3. ST'LLIVAH. Flaherty & Sullivan, m' - " l"l,,ir 1 T1 UNDERTAKERS, 31? Sefoufl Street, near Monroe KfKTALLIC ARD WOODXN BURIAL CAHVB .VI. ana Ci-KKTS. Elegant Knoos, usnts' Suits find CiMn Tr!oiiilni--s. Orders by telograph sent promptlj Workingmen'M linildins and JLoan Asxoc atiou. A SPECIAL meet'ng of the stockholders of this association Is hereby called, to lie held at the time of the next tegular meetlnir. first T ieday In Jattuiry. 1 7V. to consider and determine upon the action of the boa d of dire, tors at lu last meeiluft respecting tbe remission of dues, fines. Interest, etc.. ror the months oi beptember, October and Novem ber, 1878. A full attendance Is rerjuested. L. LiGhlLL, President. Cha?. T. Patkrson. S?c'y. CMsMBrottos C303LiIji3UC3i:, O C O ABAM3 STREET, MEMPHIS, TESN., iOil for Boardlne and V'J Students. Classical. Solent Ic, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of oiuu. ui iciuis, aiii7 to BRO. MAURELIAN. President SlzEctm. Sorios, CLERKS BUILDING and SAVINGS ASSOCIATION. BT order or the Biard of Directors, the SIXTH SERIES of this successful tristltu lon Is no open. Call at the ofhee, Ko. x Manlson ureet. and sulrscrlne at once. All August withdrawals will be PAiii Ln cash oa app tcatiou to inesecre'ary. JOHN W. BRUiH, President. P. B. Jokes, Secretary. WM. ME33ICK. B. J. MORS AX. Slessick & Sf organ, Attorneys-at-Iiaw. Ko. 9 Uadlaoa Mtreet, Hempkla, Teas. i iri6 vt-;;-- NAPOLEON HILL. N, HILL. FBI3TA1 111' III! AGENTS FOB THE CELEBRATED 23. o s -ttrvmTi coTTOisr-Grpr. Nos. SOG and SOS Front street, l?f empliis, Tenn. EE1 The Offlee and Malea-room or tne iBfflphis Woolen Mills KEJIOTKD TO No.305 Main Street, Opposite Peabody Motel. WHERE will be found a full line ot our own Manufacture of JEANS. TWEETS. LINSEYS, BLANK ETS, KNITTING YARNS and JEANd CLOIHINU, lo which the attention of buyers Is directed. BORDERS M'llilj RECEIVE PROMPT AM) CAREFUL ATTF.STIO.Y. FULmER, (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, McKAI & CO.) Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants. TVna. 371 and 373 Main street. Memphis. Tenn. c. II. BR VAX A. CO. COAL, ! COAL. ! We have a large Sock of St. Bernard and Pittsburg Coal. Also. Peytona 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. Ha!n Office: 13 Had! son St. 65 lain St. LIQUIDATION SALE. AS SFRVIVIUO partner of the firm of T.OYD FRITZ. I will offer for sale the eotite sto-k of A n;HKS, Ol . Ml. JKlVta.lt V. OJll HILVKK and N I IjVFK PL4TKII IVAHrl. at Remarkablv Low .'inrea. tr- Parties ileslrnn. t.t aecnrtnr; l.nft goods at bott im prices would do well to call before MurvlTinz Partner No. 265 Main Street, Corner of Court. W. W. tiny. John W. Wholesale Grocers Dillard Buy, 260 and 262 Front st.. Memnhis. Mr. Irby Iioyd has been Admitted as a Partner In our business from November 1st. A. M. BOYD. ALHTOX A. M. BOYD & SONS, llare Removed to 336 Front Street, corner Union Roams 6,7 and 8, Magnolia Rlock. Have never 311RRAI JL RIDGELY, Merchant Tailors, No. 3SVadlson Street, Take pleasure in notifying their friends and tbe public generally that they have re opened their Btore with a new, latye and full Stock of the very Latest Styles of imported (foods. Prices moderate. We solicit those who contemplate ordering their Fall and Winter Clothing to give ua a call. M UK KAY A KIDF.LiY1 Harpmann SjBro. Manufacturers. Importers and Jobbers of Cigars, Chewing, Smoking Tobacco and Pipes Ko. 286 Slain Street, nemphis, Tenn. PABTIES wishing to purchase any of the above articles should give us a call before purchasing else where. lX PBICES and GOOD GOODS Is our mo: to. A. YACCAttU. Um TACCAKO. A. D. VACCAKO. A. VACCARO & CO.. I3LP0RTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, Ko. 3S4 Front street, MempM?. J. T. FARGASON. JAMES WHOLE S AX.E Grocers and Cotton Factors 369 Front and 3 Clinton Sls.lemnliis. J. C. NEELY. & H. BROOKS, NEELY & CO., WHOLESALE! Grocers, Gotton Factors AND COMMISSION 367 Front St., A. C TKEADWELL. A. R, TKEADWELL. A. G. & A. B. TREADWELL & C (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. Wholesale Grocers and . No. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. ECotungnraerjU of Cottoa aollotted and Liberal Advances made on same. An Cotton Insured white In store, a well ay thai eorislgned to us by river, unless otherwise Instructed. FONTAINE, JEKOME HILL E&CO Elllllilllllllll. URTON & CO iainSf. purchasing. Lnyad Fritz. nillara. R. IfcCoflln. and Gotton Factors, a. BOTD & BOX. BOYD. IBB Y BOYD. Closed during tho Epidemic. A. HUNT. C. V. UEl. BBOOS. H. M. NEELY. MERCHANTS. Memphis, Tenn. S. 8. TBE AD WEI L TREADWELL 4 BR03.) Cotton FactorijJ Coin, 0 O- O- 's"i: '5.ll FT. J --sJLrr U THOROUGHLY CLEANS COTTON OT all ldr and Hind, Knhanrine 1 be Vsiaeof lhe suplo from Oar ta Four I'Milf. Makes MerchanUb'e Cotton from much that is now abandoned whn very dlity or bealr.i out ty storms. Cotton RHtbercd In ripened bul unopnd b9IM Is bytheuneof lhe -t'. :. ;.." prcn.rd so mat any tmprovrHi gin vttn proauce s;ni.ifs 1 1 icoii ftrade and U'lalitr. The prollt from lhe use vt the '. t:. '."wlll ay for the machine In ten day s constant use. ror : ate py ALHiNIEK ALLISON, Agt. 3S6 Front Ht., Mrmphl, Teuo, fW NKI) I OK ( lltn i.AllS. H. 9f. Sieely, President JOlin John.on, Secretary. Phenix Insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS, Office: No. 10 31 ad i son Street. Capital Stock, 201.000 no inn of iiiiikctoks. II. M. NEELY. H. B. HOWELL, Ot Brooks. Neely 4 Co. Of H. R. Howell A Co. L. B. SUGGS, W. S. BRLCE. Of Pearce. Sugggs A Co. Of W. S Bntr Co. W.N. BROWN, ANDREW D. (iWYNNK, Of Jones, Brown 4 Co. nf Steart.GwrnneSCo. JAMES S. DAY. Of Day 4 HroiidliL LEWIS & TUOMA?, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. BLACKSMITHING of -.m) yi-i . . My-.m all kinds. Copper.' C 'V- '-i":T. f"wi.3 and Sheet Iron Workers, r VVi i :'' '- 1 7) near the river, MEMPHIS. Tenn., All work done promptly, day or night. Terms cash, ltesldcooe, No. 90 Promenade. Our shop will be open dally from this date, all ci ders lor work wl I he pruinplly aandd tn. October 1ft. 1X7K. I.kwm TnnMf. S7 Conrt Placg, LCUSSViLLE, KY., Cnren oil forms of Villi ATT!, CHROHIO aad SEXUAL T) UR EASES. , , SpermAtoxTiiea kAnd InipoteTtcy, 3 tlif rwjlt of e:f-nbue ta ruth. "''Tttal j;. - to ta"W jeir. op o;lr Ciict mwi ii g -tcd lwicg ptlel: S-i vmtir', Sraiusl t mijtr-.i. in.'!'", f :r si.n hv ir.s-. Uiaiu' of bipLt, lJ.Vc:i.r M :i r. I.T- '.clD-nr. r:-...lP, OU i'.-V A vTr :-T "i.-t (,f -IU' Co'.iimj ot M I. 'S f hr.ru ti 'w.. TVr.il. r.c i airr.fW im;ir.-tT f : u-jhr., : rr tborr'u'tW oi p-rtr... m-nily c-ni. JjY5Ij IS i-waitiMi fiif-d aaJto tip.-lv r-Jj:";tl fr..m U.K p m; CcilOT'llCa . OLT Strict u." rxiiiti. Persia, ; , ti a ir.a .iLii pr;vatc tint- .i.-' crer!, tc Ttit -"Ia-j ct iW(r i.-i tnatlrji- tliTi .(! k:.n aliT. av'q-:r"H r ttt i.iil. Phyi-ku--1r.. Uii-fa i f'Ti rnt:tini4-I p-r"o to nr er'. V l- a U l iu.:nv i- n; Tuilth"fy t'r 'rwalmfut, m-'ir cn trt ilt ytiHwlj au u NKfilr fjy mail vr ciprrs uywl. r . Cures Ouarantoed in all Caaea u n & c r t a tie n PRIVATE COTJ-XSELOU Of fOO anctoany dr-, r-ctinty alr,l. r.r 'iirty T.1 r.it. Si: .'ti l t- TxH l .'.. Artless 4 at.ltr. -V-.-r- ,.. i 1 tr-"P. W. "t,-.i 7t. lO SEED-COTTON SKIPPERS. OWING to the decline In Cotton-Seed, we will chance the Seed and two doitar anil tlftycfnts pt-r bale on all Cotton shipped to our Gins, on and after Monday. 2:id December. IUYIIKV O fton 'D(ri. HALL'S Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer Is a sclertlflc combination of some of the most powerful restorative agents In the vegetable king dom. It restores gray hair to Its original color. It makes the scalp w hile and clean. It cures dandrufl and humors, and falllng-out ot the hair. R fur nishes tbe nutritive principle by which the hair ts nourished and supported. It makes the hair moist. soft, and glossy, and Is unsurpassed as a halr-dns-lng. It Is the most economical preparation ever oSered to the public, as Ks effects remain a long time, making only an occasional application neces sary. It Is recommenced aud used by eminent medical men, and officially Indorsed by the btate Assayer of Massachusetts. "ok Balk bt all Dealers. Administrator's Notice. HAYING qualified as administrator of tbe estate of Avelllno Laurenzl. deceased, all persons having claims against lhe said estate are lequlred to present the same to me, properly authenticated, as prescribed by law. And prisons Indebted to the es tate are requested to come forward and sett e. tue JlAttl LAI kh.-s.i. NOTICK TO TAXUAl'EUS -OF Shelby County, Tenn. THE Tax Books for the year 1 878 are now In my hands, and all taxes. Slate, City and County, are now due. Taxpayers are ureently reuuested to come forward and pay their tuxes by or beiore the FIRST BAY OK f bUHijHni Pic.A.1, on wnicn uay, as requireu oy law. I will place all accounts for taxs then unpaid In tne hands of constables for collection. The Poll-Tax for the year 18.8 is two dollars to each citizen ortween trie ages of twenty-one ani fifty years, anu is devoted exclusively to Public Schools. Merchants, fwrmers and manufacturers naving in their em ploy those who owe Poll-Taxes, are reuurstt-d to arrange wltn tnein lor ma nuvaiicrmeni or ine same, so far as may be convenient and agp-eab'.e lo tacD. UEOKGE B. K L E RC K. 4 oiiry rruetw. EKTABLKIICn 1CSX IT" 1 E AS DALE'S DYE HOUSE ( 265 Walnut St.. urrn-cs: 28 w Fourth St., 'rSiCI5f-ATI. O. Tti f ...a. Fh.wU, ftllka, Ttlvrt. and Clofhlna mhi t. .ll t'ubrlo. Clra.cfl wllhout rii- DyL Urcanea I. Loue Curtain. le.ncd. Crape Vi-ll. dvrU. brva.aoedadTMi.th.plef. W. R. TEASDAtE HJBeua your g-ooda by cxpre. Writ, for Circular- R. J. DONOVAN & CO. Dealers In all Wnds of SEWIKG MACHINES Ko. 2656 Second Street. INext to Co-Operatlve store. HAYE oiiened an office for the sale of all kinds of MKIVISV ,UArillEH, genuine Needles, Par's. Oils, Attachments, etc ier-weare ttie only pr-tctlcal machinists enirnged In the Sowing Machine business in this ell?. We ao all repair 'rig ourselves and guarantee satisfaction or money ra turned. lon l forest !t a. seine. wJ BEXTAL XOTICK. "OTICK Is hereby given, that on Satnrtlaj, January 4, 1S79, I. as Receiver of lhe Fain and Whltmore Planta tions, situated la sight cf Osceola, MisMiilppI connty, Arkansas, will. In pursuance of an order of tne cucuii uourt er aiissisMppi couniy. arKunsns. nt Its November term. 187tJ, proceed, within legal hours o' said day. to rent said Fain and Whltmore Plantations, at public outcry, to tbe highest bld.fer. In front of the courthouse In 0ceol;t, Mississippi county, Arkansas: s-ld plantations containing, re-sp-ctlvelv, ubout thiee hundred and fifty acrrs. wlil be rented sepaiately; and the party or pintle re'.t Ing same will be rtqulied to give ncte.wl b approved security for said rents, and a I en Malnt-a u the crop rased on said plantations for the rents respect ively thereor. J ME3 Dt DBTTEB, Receiver, Osceola, Ark. Parties dealing Imoruiailon Inquire or Mt-rs 4 Snee.1. Att'yx. 219 Main street. M-fplils. Tenn Insurance is once. THE office of tbe Connecticut Mutual Life Insur ance Company Is o;n-ri for business. Part es desiring to make Proofs of Iei h will r lease Cill at our oflioe. JA.-i. CAKcr. i t.ti x lu. General AgenLs. Madl-on stets SHAW,DAVIS&CD. REAL ESTATE BROKERS And General Land Agent, 17 MADIHOX HTHKET, AP.E here, ready to felMese. morggaor pur clitw lieuses. lots and plantations, and trans act a general ngency business. Come to cee us. our Mr. Jno. M. rihaw is not dea.1. t.s rer oneil administrator' Aotloe. HAYING Qnal!flei as the admlnldrator of the estate of S M. Jobe, aeceased. all persons In debted to said estate fire hereby nollM-il to make Payment ot same, and stl holding claims xgilnst said estate will present them to me. at No. ;i.4 Main r-t'eet. duly authenticated. In the time pre scribed by law, or the some wlil be barred. d. I. JOSiK. Administrator, 354 Main street. Qeorge G. Dent. Attorney. lmlnlirator'" Notice A ""TATIiiG qualllled as Administrator with the will i,.".1. OTUJexed of Mrs. Rebecca Burkle, .rf-ce;ise,t, s aT.-.s having claims agnlnst the ttilfl.le. J v-a ralil to present tnem aiitnenucat-.i, us i.;e uznoed ny law, ana persons lnaentea to tue esttite are reque-ted 'O come forward and set le. WM M. RANDOLPH, Madison street T. 15. 3IICOU, Attornej -at-Law and Solicitor, P.'. ASTKKH IH, IiriLDIXti, Room 10 'a'aasilce In the Courts of this Slate and In Ar- Administrator's Hale. 05 Toesday, December 24. 1S78. at 10 o'clock am., at the auction-bouse No. 8t lnlun ttraet, I will sell to the blsheat blddar. for cash, the per sonal estate of A W. Taylor, dcesasad; also, aom choice Ma ot hoosebold gocds. to pay cbargnit. V. J. SiUTH, AtUnloitttrator. I CJ:nncPi-- r-uIo r ttvni t:te. ! No. II T. 04.17. i,n K Cii.-n-" (Vuit of .Hp. ll.t o. o tr -.1. a Audrrs ii.u'11 i.l.,ti;it..r.vj. . I'llKlliMillU BY Virtue ur an ii.teih t- r rl In f;c a" ov i. -: c .11. ri (iccn e 1 ir s -le, :i -. .11. n.. 'i. ..'i.i. r .iir.r.-efi ir.d r,. a.ll'ii-e.s Jlr 1 :. 1 7". I w.l! sell .1 1 Vic auction to the i'ti": I'-iI.I.t l:i ti.nit i- :i- V;!: .-.in! ItC-l li t'. I lTt.tl.U-9 1 : 1 3 1 1 phi . ferin , ou X.iiii tti t Mi ia- wiii'ln 1. ! il iii-nrs. Hi io;iri: ;: . :ii.-: it. -.u-.:t. .- Illl ! srunr:M 11 i.e rttv o: -nuciis fllel -. "trim. 1 l-lin.. i..- c .rnei 'f V ! t of I'miii.ti I K 'hols strevls. Hi" thv. 1- -o Itll with K -h":s .!r;-et t-i 1 to V..U.V, tat Iftglrii'.i:.: lf--t.e.l lo 1 fee, north lf.K .tn Y.1.1CC air.- : l.iiy feet to the Ttr.tM f .-.rC(ici. TM-. Pci',i:'.; r 1 I. it .1 w.i k. .; VmiriJ 4 H-iNey. Tn lor ft rrn ll k ami M:i ter. AtturnMs. i lil stm-;'a s i.t:. I ? virtue of the 'i-nr.s of n d-i-d ne-nitcl .y I., a. l-.'-.o.-ei n trust, to 1 Wife. C. SI. hlK-lts. on the le' III day of M-bicary. 17' which defd 01 trast Is ouiy eutersi lo the Regls'er's otTic of Shelby en :i,ty, Tennessee. 1 1 deed book Nul S;i. pae r.T. 1 will 0:1 Tuesday, January 7, A. I). 179, at the south gate of Court F.jnat-e, n cit. 0. Mr rnt.his. Tennessrv. sell to the bistirat Lhider for (ash. the following property, siiunte Ijlng ontl belli In biidi'T county. Tecriesr. M :n. town of Gennai -ton. ami l-tr g lot two bioc R ou the t.;m , t said town. :it.1 thus des-rili.il: n-t-l:in1' g at thj r'orlheast own r of Spring un I Cr.w-s'strw-ts. thenc, west witb r,cs st-vet l'.io feet to lhe lot of TUnnn Rf.-oks; tiienreain.-.g Ih-llrie of s;...l lot south iKi fet: theci-r e.isl !.(, fett: thence ni.rtli ou 1..., t .... ....... ' ' W uio imi iii.uf -k. Also the i.ther lot In sal .l.i . . i kl town r.f lierraantownde- Inn i:g at the sou.hwe.t eor- iH-d l-i; tiieruos..uiii 7H de- s.Tlped as follows: Be. iierof the aiH.-ve .h-soti grees. west H 4-1(10 chalrisj t,, a Make: th-nce south 1 8 degrees, cut 1 fi.i j il-ou chain t- a stake tl'.ence norm 18 degrees, east H 4-ltKl rhalns: thence with the above described lot north 18 de-' grees, west 1 Hl-ltdl ch itns t the b. glunlng Al-o a part of lots H and 7 on the original sui of sa!i town, on which tin storehouse or said Kodos was locucd In February, 1 f ranting j;o fpei, niorg or less, on Btldne .street ttien.ts wtaiaroly between parallel lines 'Jiul feet to Sprlr.g street, being the same pro;rty conveyed lu trust 10 Win. P. Paul, as trustee, by deed of record In Shelhy county Reels-te-'s oifce. In book Titi. purt -ja, puges 4-lt and 4:16 Terms of S.1I0 - t.a.sh. Mipilty ot leoeu.plion ami dowel lntere-t bHire i. aud title believed to be good although I sell aud convey only as trustee D. II. POSTON. Trustee. Ciianceiy Sale of Rea! Estate, UH Satnnlay, Deteiuber 2S, 1S78. No. 2.m R.D.. 1H2S H.D.-CIiancr? Court of Shel- bv couutv. - Humes & Potion vs H. S. Newsom et HY virtu- of nn inteilocutoiy decree for sale, en tered In the at.ove rctrtse on ih o.cr rf. .r March. 1877. M. B. 17. P. ttl'l. and renewed le ceiL'ber rt. 1878. I wil! sell, at public auction, to the highest oldil-r. In front ot the Clerk and Master's olllee. Courthouse .biuidina. Main street, Memphis, Teunesse, on Katorday, Dtocmlier 187S, within legiil hours, th following described property, shunted In Shelby countr, Teunessee, to-wlt: In that pint of Memphis known as Chelsea, and being parts o: lots 278 and 279. 6n plan of Green law's addition to Memphis, and beginning for the Prirt owned by H. Si. Knusom at a slake, the north. ea-t corner or Firth and Keir streets; thence east with Kerr street 50 leet; tbence noith 1481 feet to nn alley: thnee we-t with said alley 50 feet'to Fifth st eet; theno southwaully with east line of Fifth str-el to the beginning. Terms of Sale On a CTcIlt of six months, pur chaser giving bon.t and secarllv, bearing interest from oate. an J lion retimed to secure purchase money. 'lhls December 7. 1 S7. 11. J. BLACK. Clerk end Master. L.Vi. .Miller, liume.s A Post m and Clapp 4 Mux. attorneys. A!niiniatratti'M Notice. HAViNG been appointed and qiinlinei as admin istrator 011 t ie estiite of Thomas M. Car er, deceased, noi Ice ts hereby tWen to all creditors ol s.-nd e.staie to present ti.e!r claims t me, and all ... rsons lndeb.edto sail e.-t.ita are reiju.-stcd to call aad settle. WILLIAM If. CRYER, r- 1 4 IV-lon street. linnkrnst ale. In tbe matter of Mrs. M. C. Hunter, backrupt, In Bankruptcy, Ht Memphis, Tennessee: AS Assignee In Bankruptcy of the eald estate, I will seli. at puolil- auction, on Tlioisilfiy. Jasnrri O. 1S79, commencing at teso'c'ork. at No 2!1 Second street a stock ot Millinery Goods insisting of Ilats trtmmed and uiitrt.unied, rnniinlrgs. Flowers, Mb bons an-1 all aiiieles usually k.-i-t In a first class mil linery establishment. Als.i, h,us C-ises. Counters aud several ohice dei-ka. Tt rn-s of sale cash. O Wo l.uHlft -K. A-slgnee. iaukrupt ale. In matter or J. Bojce Failty. Binknu.f: 1Y vlittioof a general . rder of ale entered by J the I nit-.l States District Cjnit, for tre West ern District of Tennessee. I win sell at pi.bll auc tion, lu the town or colllerville, lu irout of J. T. Brigss A Co.'s stoie, on Hatnrdsr, loremb?r SN.1S7S, beteen 1 pnd 2 o'cbiok or said day. all t;:e rlht. t:tle ar.d luteiest the sa'd bankrupt bad at the time 1 the tiling of the petition Pi bansrup'cy against him. In an-t to e-rta n not-s aud accounts, and lhe following descr.bd real estate: One tract of land containing two hundred and five acres (more or less) llng across tbe eouthwest quar ter of secilon 12. town 1, range 5, west, and extend ing Into the northwest qirtor or said section, and bounded on (lie noiih by R. H. Henderson, on the east by D. Glenn, on the south by J. B. Farley's homestead, and on the we.-t bv tne Brballa road. A lot cf ground In the town of Colilervllle, Shelby county, containing three acres, more or less, bound ed on the norih by Wesson, .on the east by H. Irby and Mis. Lumpkin, on tbe south by Mrs. N. W. Smith, and on the west by Mrs. J. T. w IMams. One tract of land llug In the Tenth Civil District of Shelby county, two miles r.orth of Colherville bounded as fnPows: Beginning at a stake on the south line of Mrs. Farley's cower, tbe northea-t cor ner of one hundred acres, laid off as J. B. Farley's homestead, running south wl h the east boundary line of said one hundred acre tract. 1 chains and 50 links lo a stake on the no thwe-t corner of J. T. BrlggsACo.'s tract; thence east 18 chains and 7S links to a staae; thence north lrt chains and 50 links to a slike on Glenn's frsct. tbe-.ce west with Glenn and Mrs. Ftriey's s-uh line, 18 chains and 78 links to the beginning; coLlaining thirty-one acres. Terms of Sale A deposit of 5 per cent will bs re quired at the time of sale. H. IRHY. Assume. Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate. Ko 3509 H. D. 2878 R. Chanrery Ccurt of Shelby C Mimy. Casey Young et al vs. John M. Dickinson etaL " k virtue of an Interlocutory decre? for sale, en 1j teieii In the above cius- on the i;tn .1.-11 of July, 1878, M. B. 22. P 128, 1 will sell at public auc tion. 10 me niguesi. oiuuer, in irom or tne Lierk ana Master's oflk-e. Courthouse building. Main street, Memphis, Tenn., on Matnrday, January 4. 187V, within legal hours, the following described propertv, shoaled in Sue by county. T-nn.,to-wli: Beginning at the Intersection of tne Pigeon Roost road with the south s'd?' t a street t!0 feel wide; thence north 8! degrees east with the same street aid feet to a stake; thence "outh ti degrees east 27(1 feet to a stake In the north side of Pigeon Roost toad; thence north 52 degrees 4 (0 teet to the beginning. Terms of Sale On a c ed t of seven months, pur chaser execur. ng nite bearlnir six per cent Interest, wltn security g xxi and rum Jeut; lien retained. EQiiltyot redemption cut oil. This December 14. 1878. It. J. BLACK, Cietk and Master. Taylor & Canon. Attorne)?. Trnstef's n I f. Y virtue of the power conferred on me by the I t... ... U 1 ,, , t...., ) ..f . . ... nA .. . - ' ......... ... . . . . v-. ,:.-., . a hi u .v. iiic as trustee, on the twenty sixth d iy of uc ober, 1875 by I". J. Yarbrougn and his wife. t). J. Yarbuugh, which Is recorced In the Krglster's oflice of Shelby ci-un;y. Tennessee. In b. ok !((.. ai page 11,1 will. On January 23, IS 79, between the hours .f l - and II o'clock m , cf said oay. ht the s.i!hw-t c r.ier ot Vaiu ai d Mad: on stieets, In the city of M in;. bis, Tennessee, pro ceed to sell for cash, to the li i:hjd b .der, the prop erty conveyed In said liu-t i:.--il, ai d which Is de scribe.! as fOilo.vs: Part ot lot .No ;!, In Mm k No. 17. of the Butler Dlvisio of said c.ly ci Memphis, I ounded as lot ions: Bivliml'ig at t!i- northwest c rner of R. and W. An nion's l it on F Im s street ruin ing north with K'hois street fis f -t ; Prc'i s t A. B. Jewell's lot; thence ensllo his sr.uth-a.-i con. -r; thence south 58 fert H li.cbes to R. and W. Amnion's north line; tlici.ee west wtih saiit line to the beginning n Ectiots street, about lr.lt feet; bring lhe same lot de s ;ilbe.l In a deed ln:m J. F. J.-lmst-.m. trustee, to R. E. Johnston, which d-e.t is recorded in the register's o fee of .suoil.y county, Tenne-see. lu book 105. pure 474. t ulilcli de-.-d refer-iiCi ts here uiad- This sue l. n.uiiH at tlie r. quest of the beuelicl:iry. deiault liavirg i-ern ma.ie lu the payment ot the dtbt secured b the trut Ueeil. The title to the pro erty Is believed to be nood. but I will only convey as trusbre. fcuulty of rtdempllon tv.rred. S. D.JOBNiTON. Trustee. December 1 9. 1878. I. D. tiisiwiT. Auctioneer. TrnKtee'i Sale. IN pursunnce of the terms of a trust deed exe cuted to me by WalHer R. Carter, on tte 22d day of September, 1877, and duly registered, etc., 1 will, on January 1N7!. at the outhest cornerof Main and Marttson streets. In the city of Memphis, proceed to sell at public auc tion, t.i tlie hlguest blduer for tush, the w har ft) .-at "R. E. Lee." now ijlng at the wharf al theoityof Memphis, Tmiiessee. toytther with all and singular Ihi s;irs, csbles chains, stages and other appurte nances to said wbartboaL bale between the hours cf 12 m. ajjd 1 p in. S. J. CAMP. Trusfe. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been aptmlnted and qualified by the Probate Court of Siieloy c iunty as Adminis trator on tue e-tato of S. I). Mai gura, deceased, notice Is hereby given to all creditors of said estate, lo prent their claims to my attorney. J. M. Greg ory, at bis orbce 111 Memphis. And all .ersons In debted to said estate are lequested to call there a-id settle, or -elile wiih my ateLt. FiaLik Banksmith. Coiileivilie, Teunesse-. ANDREW D. GWTNSE. Adm'r Administrator's Notice. HATING q;iai:fld as the administrator of the esia e ot Kd It T. Worsbam it. ceased, a'l per sons lnd-bted lo said estate are hereby nollfird to make payment of same, and all holding claims against said (state wnl present them to me. or my auorney, at No. 27i'l; Milu street, duly authenti cated, in tbe time ttescrlbvd by law, or the same will be bal re 1. W 1 1.1.1 AM WOR3HAM, Administrator. R. C. WILLIAMaO.N. Altortity. No 27l'Mi Main street. Administrator's Notice. HAYING been appointed and qualified as Admin istrator of the estate of David Tatt. deceased, all persons Indebtrd to s:.l estate wilt please come forward and sett.e. leose having claims agalust Bald estate will present them at once. JOHN IRVING, Administrator, At Toll Gate on Poplar street. Mkmthis TfM. November .!i). 1878. Administrator' Aotice. HAVING qual-ned as H.uiihiNtrator ot tbM estate of Fled C. ohts-r. deceased, all persons Laving cl lms agalut Use said eatalar mo required to present them pioperlj ai-thenUoitesl res aarscrlbed by law, arid persons Indeoted to lhe estate are re quested to come reward nn-t settle. ANDREW REN KFRI, Administrator. Administrator' Notice. HAVING been duly qualified as tbe Admlnlstrv tor 01 the estate of w in. K. Thlxton decensed. all persons lrutebied to salJ.-Ule are rottftod to come torward axui soille the siina, aud all persons having claims against said Semis are hereby not! Had to file the same with um undersigned, duly pio bated and within the Uiae preacribtd by law, or uiey wui pe Barred. 1 GEO. W. NA'LL, AJjululstnUor. Kovwnber 281870. D. S. .Joliiisoii's rill VATS Medical Iispensnrya N... 17 JEFFERSON STREET, iirtf- Main ana l-'ro.it. JlemptiLx. litTAt.-ji-riiD vi ISflai D - JOHNSON Is Vlcnowle.1..1 by aJi paties l 1 tererrtad as y fc.r tbe raon (riiccswjrul pXlcisn in te trwiimer.t of private or s-3t dlsniws ijlIc. .ao:.wli r.n.1 perrn-ritraresg jaruiefj In e.e.y v. O' ffina'.a Pecent cn-ses of Gx.zrrhrn and fcytml.'s ccred In a few dsr,. wlthont the ue t f n-.ercury. chang cf ct-rt, or hlniisi ce frcm bu.-.es . ironda.-y Syphilis, th l.s t--!.. e-r1!ca:e.l w t' -2' f the nssor m:.rri:ry. lnvclui.larv kvs of r--rt Jf'Wsyt to a short time euTera f,-ora imncK-7; n. loss or sexoal powers restored to f re viu-h- lr- . weeks. VKSlms of self-stKise and ei sslve v -rery, suffering frcm spermUirrt:fi an 1 ., r - laUyrired? """ If-I-Hrucular atfentlon paid to the Diseases of W.rpen, and cures g-xrantewd. 1 hroat and Lung Diseases ccnM by new rereoPw. uioMhekn"fii orecared"1'tlou'"euseof caus All consultations strictly confidential. Median, sent by expreaa to ad part, of the ooui.. oawe hours from a .m. from a to 5 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sundays n a. JdRveny. M.T Chancery Sale of Ileal Kistate. extr , eic, vs. M. V Ui inner, et al. BY virtue of sn Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above runs ti.a r.i,..7;i.. I July. 1878. M. B. 24. ti.4!. and renewed Ie.iiiiM.r 4. 178. M. B. 22. p. 441. 1111X1 ; Mon. to tbe highest "bidder. In front of Mte and i Mastei s onioe. ounliou.se bulldlnc. M,in Tlrlilr Memphis, Tennessee, on On Hatorday, Ioreniher H. 17!, within legal hours, the following described pronertr situated In Shflby county, Tennessee, to wit: ' Wrst A certain tract of land, beginning at a hickory maiked P. K. and J. V.. on the west boun dary line of Samuel Wilson's a.Vscre survey; tbeocr north twenty-three chains 50 links lo a K)st oak marked P. F.: thence west 10 chains to a stako De.1ri.1g south 2(3 degrees, west 3 links for a black gum marked P. F. ; tbeuce south 8 chains and fto Hriks to a Make north Sw degree, east rt.5 links fore gum marsed P. thence west 8.1 poles to a staks aid t-so white oak pointers; thence south (tl ro e. to a stage and two hickory winters on the north uouhdary of the Joseph Vaulx survey of 2121 .-cres; thence east 125 poles to Ibe beginning, efn talnlng nrt acres by estimation, being tbe sanTe land conveyed by Peyton Fletcher to F. A. Hooker ard (lated December &. 848, on record In book 8 Daira Mis. eta.. Register's oniee. "wwo, page cecond Alio another tract of Isnd In same State ...... wuui., .nu wi. inn wHufrs 01 voir nver and i timated tooontsln 212li acres, lying In thellth dlstMct, range 4 and section 2, being the same lano. conveyed to F. A. Hooker, by and from Joseph Yaulx dated December 30. 1850. and of Record In Reset ter's office, tn book No. w. page 212. etc. Third Also one oth-r tract of land In same State and county, beginning at a stake, from which north 2rt degrees, east 311 licks to a black oak marked P F., northwest of entry No. 1 rt2 for 1 50 acres. In tho narueot Peyton Fletcher; thence north 12-'l poles to a stake and 3 black gum pointers; thence west 3 roles to a stake and black gum In small branch. Spanish oak. dogwood and maple pointers; them 40 poles to sweet gum sapling, wh'te oak iost an 1 hickory pointers; thence east 43 poles to a stake, tn. post oak and dogwood pointers; thence south li3 IHiles to a post oak marked P. F., thence west 40 p les to the beginning, containing by estimation 41 acies, and being the same land conveyed to F. A. Hooker, by deed from Isaac Steelman. dated Janu a.y 8. 1851. and .f record In the Register's oOlce In book No. rt. page 542. etc. Fourth Also one other tract of land In tbe tame State and county, lying and being In the Mnlh CWh District, containing fiS acTS. more o less, and bounded as follows. to wit Beglnnlng at a s'ake with John Howell's line, and running no th 1 0 degrees west 52 poles to a staK and bKck oak "4. H." John Howell's northwest ner; thence west 1 1 poles to a stake and two blaCK oak pointers; Ounce north 22 poles to a stike and two Lick ry po n'ers. Jos. Yaulx; thence 115 poles, cornering on an ash on the bank of a branch; tbence up the course 01 Slid branch sonth lrt devrees west 'JS poles 10 an elm and a large white oak; tbence south HO degrees 5rt poles to a hlckorv; thence south ri degrees east 5rt poles to a large w h to oak on the 1 a ik or said branch; thence r.onh r. -tegrees east it poles to the beginning being the same land ctM.Vryed to F . A. Hooker by deed from Aaron Al. B-jan, da'ed January 23. 1854, of record lu the B irlster's office In Book No. lrt. page 187. tfe Filth- Also another tract of land, situated in said county and State. In district No. u. bounded on tue no'th by the lands of F. A. Hooker, and on tbe north and west by the lands of the heirs of W. San- deriln. containing nous, and being the same lur.il conveyed to F. A. H'ioker by dsed from J. V. Per nlnrtou and J. W. Williams, acting executors of Gn.ves Pennington, deceijsed, dated November lo, 18-V4. and of record In the Register's office ol said 01 my. in book No. 23, page 3vi7, (tc. S'xib Also one other tract ot land in said Stat ami couniy, lying and being In range 4 and sectiO'.i 2 of the ninth civil ulstilct, being a pait of a lOUj-acre tract thnt Is deeded to John Howel from An-jrew M. Howell, and bounded as follows, to-w it: Beginning at a hickory marked J. R.. tbe northwest corner of James M. Lewis's 5(tOsicre tract; thence south VI poles to a stake, and hickory, rea oak nrd post oak pointers: thence west 21 chains aud 17 links to a stake; thence north 19 poles to a Make; thence north. I( decrees west. 1 s chains (o a stake: ther.ce a-t 24 chains and 80 links to the beginning, containing 50 ai-res and being the same land conveyed to F. A. Hooker by rd from John Howell, dated January 27. 185:i. and recorded In the Register's orlioe ot Shelby county, bock No. 40, part 1. page 225, etc Seventh Also a 50-acre tract of land situated In (Lo same county and neighborhood. It being the west half ot the 10iy-a.'re tract up in which the late Joseph Weber lived, ahd which wa purchased by . A. Hooker alter the Ceath of said Weber. The -aid tract was sub-divided for sa:e by Rufus C. Kirk, and Ueon the west side of the Flshervllle and Colller vi.K road, said road having been located on the dlv sion line between theeasu m s.nd western halves of the said 1 Ooacre tract since the same was dlvl -ed by ssid Kirk. The above tra ts will be survey-J and sub-alvlded before the day of sale. Terras of sale-On a credit of fl and 18 months, purchaser executing note wltn approved security bearing Interest from date of sale. Tula December . 1878. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Flnlay. Peters 4 Greene. Kortrecht k Craft, and Gautt 4 Patterson, attorneys. CIIASCEKY SALE OF REAL ESTATE On Saturday. December S, 187. No. PI 3, R (21 Chancery Court of Shelby conntv John w. Carter vs. VltvlnlaOwen. No. 103ti H i2 tieo. W. Webb vs. H. Irby. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered tn Uie above causes on the nineteenth day of December. 1 87M. and renewed Decemberrt. 1 X78 I will sell, at public auction, to ttie highest bidder, :u front or the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse building. Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, On H at n rday, December H, 1H7H, 1ihin legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: In Range 5. Eleventh Survejors IMstrict. bounded as follows: Beginning al a point In tbe east line of Lot No. 1, as subdivided and partitioned In these causes, 10 chains and 30 links from the northeast corner of said subdivision; thence runs 9 chains and 60 links to a stake; thence north G chains aud 75 links to a Spanish oak; thnnce east 12 chains to a tolnt In a held owned by one Dennis; thence south H4 chains to a stake 1(1 links from a dead elm with a water-oak pointer, thence east 50 chains to a point la tlie edge of .t lilteh at the northwest corner of a 50-acre tract owned by one Arnold; tbence 38 chains to Woll river with holly and hickory pointers; thence wltn tbe meandering of ssid river to a point 50 link.; south of a sassafras pointer; Uienoe north 17 chalr.s and 20 links to a stake; thence west Vt chains ami 5u links t a stake with two lmn-wood beech, ana poplar pointers: tbence north 72 chains to t:ie be ginning, containing 2431; seres. For fuller de sert ution reference is here made to the decree for partition on file herein. Terms of Sale Cash. This December rt 1878. B, J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Humes and Poston. Attorneys. Chancery Sale of Keal Estate. No. 2972- Chancery Court of Shelby County Allen Hill tt aL vs. Robert Henderson el al. BY virtue of an ititerlo.utory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 21st day tt June. 1878. and renewed, etc, December 4. 18.8, I will sell at public auction, to ths highest bidder. In front of the Clerk aud Master's olllee. Courthouse Building, Memphis, Tenn., 00 Maturdar, December ttH, 1S7H, within legal hours, the following-described property, situated In ShelCy county. Tennessee, to-wlt: Be ginning at a rock on Mr. Lacey's west line atttid southeast eomer of t"e 50-acre tract purchased by Mr. Lacey from W. Hill; tuencewest 13 chains V2 links to a rock on Avery's east Hun aud southwest cornerof said 50-acre tract: thence south 1 deareo. east21 chains 50 11 1 ks to a stake (Avery's soutliea t comer); thence west 8 cbains.to a stake wbh red oa',' and two popiar pointers on Charles Davis's eisl line, and comei lug with Avery, being bis southwest cor ner; thence south 1 degree, east 54 chains nd20 in ks to K. Farlo's nuithuest eon er. on thai les l.avls's etst line; thence east 18 chains SO links to to Allen Hill's shallowest corner on K. Farlej's 1 orth Hoe; thence north I degree, west with said Hill une 50 chains 70 links to said Hill's northwest eor- r; thence cast 3 chains 12 links t a roil en A. tin's north line, tbe southwest corner of the I aiey t tct; thence north 1 oegree. west 25 chains to the le -inning, containing 123 acres. i'ermsof Sale One-fourth cash; balance It 'x a id eighteen months, purchaser to give notes v i.ii a: proved secuiity; lien rtt.ilne.1 011 l.nd tolui'1.11 stiMire purchase money. Faulty of redsmj't.on rii red This December tn. is. 8, R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Mas:? . Humes 4 Poston. Solicitors frr Complainan'. t'liancerj- Sale of Keal tatc No 28rt3-ChanceryCourt of Shelby county Andrew Taj lor vs. J. B. 1 artey et at. Tiy virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en -JT tere.i In Uie above cause on the tblrternth da 1 of July. 187s, and renewed, eic, December 4, 1878, 1 wll sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Master's oClcr, Courthouse Bu ldlug Main street, Memphis, Ieux.essee, on Saturday, December tfS. 1 ?, Within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated In Shelby county. Tennessee, trvwll: Be-In- a part ot section tl 1 ) eleven In the (HHhl tentn civil .llstrict if said county, beginning at a stake with cherrv and e m pointers, ar.d iiinnlng thet re south 1(8 chains to a smke In a rea l, 1 hence east 20 cualnstoa stake with a post-oak pointer, thence north 40 chains to a st.-ke b a fmtv, thnnce east 2.1 chains to a stake with a st-oi-k pointer, thence jortb 40 chains to a stake In a nvni. thence along tne road south s7 degrees west 310 links, thence rt: degrees west. r chains 40 links, tbence north 51 d-vtees. eit 4srt links, thence north 73 cegrees, we-t lrt chains rtS links, thence north 53 Oegrees west rt chains 70 links to a pol-s.-ak pointer, thence n -nh 42 degrtes, west 4 chains 20 links to the be et nlng. IVnusor Sale On a credit of seven (7 months, purchaser to execute note with approved security. 11. n retained until same paid. K.julty of redempUca barred. This December rt. 187. R J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Flnlay, Peters 4 Greene, Sollcltois for Complain. an( Administrator's Xotice. HAVING been appointed and qualified by tha Probate Court of Shelby county, as adminis tratrix on the estate of Giu A. Mortl. notloe Is here by given to ail creditors ot Slid ostate, to present their claims to me. or my attorney. L". W. Miller, and all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to call aud settle. MRS. S. L. MORTL Administratrix, n. W. MILLKR. Attorney. Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as Admlntrntor of F. Rtes, deceased. request all person indebted to him to come forward and settle. All persons having . I alms against htm are rotif ed to present their claims, duly authenticated, within the time pr scrtbed ty law, or they will be barred. W M. P. HOBfi wL Adminiistrator's Xotice. HAVING qualified as edmir.lstrator of tha estate ol James T. Lealu. deceased, no tice Is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate, to preterit I hem to me at HQ I nion s tree. Memphis, Tenn., for payment withiu the time prescribed by law; and all persona 1' -oetrted to said ee-tale will please caL and settle wim me at Um same place. - . JOHN H. LTVV, Administrator. . UeoemDaf 10. jh Br.