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TiEf-E MEMPHIS T.TJLTS: APPEAL S ATURD AY. DECEMBER 20. 1S79.
RAILKO AD TIME-TABLES. (alavllle and MRNUTiUe and -Hreat nootucra. Express, dally Mail, dally Brownsvili. AoamuiixlAfc'u daily (except Sunday)... 1 :20 p.m. 810 a-in. fi:lf a.m. 4:20 p.m. 4 20 p.m. -4S .m. 'On Haiurd'sy, F,xVres ruus only U M'Keiizie, con necting for Naibvuie. iJCAVC AJUUVB. New 0rle.ui- Mall.daUy.. bftrill Auommo'c'n, dill y lenrer" fund! Fe "it Train, dally (dun days (xwiW'l) a 30 p.m.ilOJO am. 4 3 J p.m.! 9:00 am. fl:30 am. 4.-2S p.m. Mrapkit atad -r'harlr.ton. -City tlete) I Moil A Bxpr-w Train, dally; 11:15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. Soin ttvllte Anroinmxlilou j d illy (.x(.pt Hnndayt) J4 40 P.m. K-QO A m, Mrniihit and lilttle flock. I.AVjT AMKiVa. " Hi: Train d il:y f;:10 p.m. 11 5 p.m. FreUUt. dally t-;t Sun.)- r:'H) i.ro. fi ns p. pi. p1nfali ana Wf niphlm. U1TL AUhlVJU M .11. pHse--'rtiin, dally "WO p.m. tt:il0 am. j.l.wn..Mi..nt.H:n ... rt-qo . m. n.m. FINANCIAL. Vpufftrd.'y was the quietest day of the week at the banks; the offerings of exchange were mol ate aud loan In otny inodt-rate demand at the ' ..J". rates, lu tlie local market notbl"g ol Int'-' renorted: there wan a plentiful offering or M.T.7T and Charleston rallroail l-ok Willi no .. h-tyer; tlie iai-l sale of II was al 12lf rllielliy ce nT ctl'p Hunted from IR to Ik HccortUuT- nm St mirbk"' - us ntUy. Tbenttwo? Img- '"How!.: Buying- orT?M ern clt Im w' " tM on 1,,w York 5"d "bt ZlX i??i,r - tirteana: selling at par. New iiunw , waa uurted todayaa follows at 1 on - -ed:Saviuiiiau-bulug,.H- Oil; selling, I4'," Charleston easy; tiCo-ltl discount: lfc dls , Opar. Saw Orleans commercial, 4iH dls-.-tiit: btnk, lf() discount. St. Lo-its, inO per 10OJ discount. Chicago weaker; lint discount. Bo.ton, S -.oiliing diw-ounu The New York banks got " $2,01)0.000 of ppfcie from .he Dolled Slates -.'.--tr-eaimryand through Imports last week, and yet ib-tr MWle nitnne feil oft $701,HOO. Tlits teems to Indicate l'atlli-y Bill ped nearly 83.000,000 of gold f (HI? eountry irresondeiita. one or two ChlnaKOanki have adoiiM the plan Cf iblpplnic o!4 wnt by mall as tblrd-rlaas m:ittr. The oot In Hhfftt 75a wr9IO)(), bat tlis plan U not likely to -vlne into -nenil ujo, as the guTernnient la not re "filH)nslble tor Ivjasea. 6t- Lonls has got tiutlea onn alderalile a', onnt of gold In the tame way, and has ahlpiMHl lares amount i. both of currency and Hold, to thn oountry hi the mall. Chicago eontlnues to report a steady onuiow of currency and a scarcity or small hills. Laxt week one Culcago bank Issued a larm amount ot Its notes that bad nererbeen put In'o c'.r euUUon. MKHPHU BANK CLKABINOd: December 1 Thus far this week Hame Umo last week... banai time week bet ore. 9 20.-.W71 24 1 aim 21 H-i 1.72tlf) Hrt l.tjis.vjoaa Total last week .... Total wek before.. 2.0jr.,la F. 1.71111,139 84 Fr TKLKOUAl-U.) PAar Ih-oember 19 Rentes. SlrWOc. NEW OKI.KANS. December HI.-SlKht exchange on New Xorr. y Tit) rmpir.iM) discount. Bterllng sucbange bankers' bills. LONCOS. Deec;nlir 1 a Consols, P7 3-1H; -omit. 1471,',. tinlloil States bonds-new Es, I'M: 4ts, ioi'iN; 4s, IOoh. Kallroad aeourlties -Illinois Central, 101; 1'ennaylvanla Central, olli F.rie, 4244; seconds, 811:14; UovilDjt, 84-k. KSW YOftK. Decenioer ll. Money 0?7 per eeut.; closing at rt per cbll ITisie mere in ula paper, RffHVi itr cent. Kterilng noiianKe bankers' bills wotK. 4MIla; s'ght exchange on New York. 4V4. Dry gmnls Imports for ttie week, 1. 74 1, OtiO. (iuverntti nt oonits are strong and higher: coupons of IhM, 107'; "new fis, JOHI; new 4Mts. liMUs new 4s, 1U4; Factllo 0a of lHvif., in. bi.iin bonds du'l; Louisiana TLjj consuls, 4HI4; Ulsnourl 1071 bt. Joseph, !; Yenneneo Us, old. 3H4: new, )H) offered; VlTKlnla s. old. a5; new, VO: e.msola. 7I prefeired, 7tll4 offered. Knilroau boudswere iuieu The stock market wks Irregular In early dealings, with a silent advance In MoiunabanM; but during the altemuoa there was a li-avy presume 10 sell, and prices fell off lafi87 per sn. The 1:1 eatest depression was In Boutbwtgteii elcirea. which ilec.l el :r) 7 p0r cent , tae latter for St. L'jiils ai d San Kranct-co; while the decline In the reiuii'mler of the list was Vir22i per eent. the latter tor Western I'nlon. In al dealings there was a recovery of lvt 1 Mr; per cent., St. Loula and Han Krnticco leao.nK the advance. Kansas and Texas, St. l.uuK aud Pacific and N 01 1 hern faulilo vere notable weak. The font says: "Little or no Test'taneo Was ollered to the bear raid, aud H was Nuoceful so far as prices were concerned The 4eait. ot It trust to ati nnfavoraole bank statement Jenorrow to Induce hcldors of sto ks to sell at the 1'iw Qrioes niMile to-day. It I esilniatd that fully three uuarters cf the stocks sold to-day were tor 'short account.' The Ntateinaiit Is made th.u Gould was the leadec of the Iwar party, but whether he sold his own stocks himself, or whether they were attacked In rtvetiga. Is a moote I questlnn." Ktle was very ralily sust tlned, on the re p irt that tlie CHrnlugs fur the past two months were very a .tNhictory, ami also by reason ef the fact that he eastern extension wilt be opened Saturday. The Vandeiblll Mocks were beavy, as the dividends 00 Lake fJhorn, Mlctittjan Central and Weitern Union have been discounted, and tome believe that Urge haulers tire unloading. There appeared to be uo upMrl hv the 00 il snares. The transao tlous aisfr'-FRated 2tln0tMl shares, of which 4ilHK were Kria, ly.(HK) Lake Shore, UotHJ tNetiOwestern, HtKiO St. Pan!, 84(100 Lackawanna, 3,.HI New Jersey Central, JHOil Delaware and tiudson, 4t)0tl Kadtng, tsiHHi Michigan Central, H2IH) CQKsavn, Culumbus and Indiana Central, IOOO nannlbal and Ml. Joe, 4000 onto and Missis sippi, 14.O00 Weem Uhlon. 4(MI0 1-acllle Wall, a4.0tH Wabaxh. sit. Lonls aud Pacillo. !14t') Kansas uid Texas, 4:51 iron Mountain, 4aOO Northern facltld, and 1 5 000 bt. Louis nod ban Frauclsco, The Llt'.ie Pltiatnirg cuiupAny has acvertlsed a nnirtty aivlduiid of fiito per share on the capital of liW.OOi) snares.. la the Oirlbon mining company, ''overuor t urtin has resigned ttie prenidency ana Hra;tou Ives was elected bis successor. The Louis ville aril Nashville grosi earuluct for Decemb I are StfOO.OOO: operating eitienses. S'H'IH. PH); net earn ings, l." ,rlit). Tlie net earnings cl tne New York, Lake Krle and Western road for t)ctoler are about VIOO.tNMi. The foltowit.g were the closing rules: H'k Island, 14:1: rannna, 1H; Kort Wayne, lttabiirg,.l(mv; Illinois Central, fl7,'2; Chl oago. Burlington .and Uutnry, 14; Chicago and A ton, Vt; Chlciig. and Alton pteterrrd.l 18; New ork Central. 1 2 7 it; Harlem. I$; Lake hhore, 10J; Canada r3oulh:rn.l)H; silchlgan Central, WI44; Kre, 4ll: Kne preferred, nfti; Northwestetti, rti: Northwestern preferred, 10HS; St. Paul, 71i; Bt, Paul preierred. PH; tit. Paul and Mlutie -lls, 4 4; St. Paul and bioux City, !it); SU I'aui and Sioux City pce'err-d. 78l'i; Delaware, AAukawanna and WeaUrn, oi,; Morris and . sex, lot); Delaware and lludsoo, 7i; New Jersey Cet uai, 77-14;. Ohio and, Missis sippi. iHVx: ta;o and Mississippi preferred, r.O; ICIieeao aks and Ohio, lf: Mobile aud Ohio. 21: Cleveland and Columbus, 74; CUIeago, Co lumbus snd iiuuana oiunil, 1H: Indiana, t'lncui tiatt arwl Lafaielto, loW; Burlliigtoii, U. H. and N. (K.folj; Alton and lei re Haute, 1H; A Hon aud Terre Haua. ureterr d. 4J: Wabash, bt. Louis and (siclhn. IIMi; Wabasb, bl. l.ouH and Paclllc prefer- reu. tU-K; iianniitai and nt. Joe. ml: Hannibal and bt. joe preferred. l ; Iron Mountain, 421'j; St. Louis and tan ITanulsci. Ji.'tU: St. Lonls ami 8111 V'ranot-oo preleired, 4"1; "it. Loi.ls and San Fran cisco, first pruir;'ert,rlOl ; C!ilcaco. HC Loula and New Orleans, J4, Kansas and Texas, 2K; C11I0Q Paclllc ntiM'k. HMU; Knnsas Pacific. Hit: Northern Paclllc. 2104 oilered; Northern Pacific preferred, A4U; Lou- tnvuie aim Nasnvuie, mo: uousion and lexas. 4 WmiertiUulon'lelegrapn.lOlXi: Atlanlloand Pacltto Telearai h. UU; Paul ho Mull, U; Little Pltta- Mirv.HO, itesiimg.it ji.; Adams lxpress.lO..;weils Fargo. I04Mi; American Kxprees. 67 Is: Unlttd btaiee txptess, 4ti; Quicksilver, 21; gulrkallvet preferreit, 2; Lea ivllle, :ta; Central Paclllc bonds, 1 1 1 h: I 11 lot. Pa-lllo lirsts. IO.'.m: Union Paoltlo laud grains, 12I4: 1'ni'-n Pacitlo stuaing funds, 1414; Le- nign aru niiKesoarre, 1 10; ft. taut and sioux lly MrKls, Wrtt; Chicago, Columbus and ln llana Central lirsts, Hr; Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central seconds, no sales; Rrleetwnds, KHlx; Central Arizona, 22; Cariboo. 4'm; Kxcnlslor, no ales: HomeaUke, no aalea; OuUulo, eW; btand ard, 28. COTTON. The teleirrania were or a varied character yesterday, with muoh "Irregular" mixed up In It. 1 he matkeis ganer.lly appear ijulverlng In the oil a'loe, and some wall for what Is coming before tuey operate. In our market buyers were modest in their takings, but exporter showed Itnoroved activity, I'rlots reualnel unchanged and at tlie rates as they etood the day lHrore; the market closed steady. We are Indebted to lienry Hotter. Ksj , as-Islam secre tary of the Memphis cotton exchange, for the fol lowing statement id the total sales at Memphis to state for tlie past tnree s-asons 1877. 187S. To exporters 9 J,H2." Vl (MK To spinners. Hl..ri75 iltl lilh To speculators. 5.KOO 5.87ft Totsi imi.200 i.i8.2r.o H4.825 hO.r.i 5.01 IfMirnfuu. Vayhifitrr, oou ominary rrnm -rrum Lo iidddling 1? 1 11 tfllla Mldilllns rMl4 iTll4 tiood middling rt l:M8 i?12Ih Middling fair. : i?12-'s i712Xa Fair Nominal. Nominal, Market firm. Bales, 170O bales. Including HKO to eiHir. ers. tioO to spinners and 2tK) to secuialors. Week a sales, WtOO bales, including 4:u0 to ex portois, 4800 to spinners and 7o0 to speculators. COTTON STATEMENT. Stock. September 1, 187H 88rt Ueoelve.1 to dnr .'l.tio.'I B-welv.d previously 202,tls4 2;)f.,H47 Shipped to-day . H.Vt'2 2H.7:t.t Shipped prevloualy S8.i:i." 112,107 Stock, running account 1 14,H2rJ IMPORTS. Thus far this week 2t.S:i0 Thus far last week 24. Tint Since September 1 200.0 -U Memphis and Charleston R. R 1.027 Mississippi and Tennessee U. K 1O1 Louisville, Nashville and Ureal Southaio R. R. 145 Memphis and little ltojk K.U 70'J PaducaB and Memphis tit Steamers 5a8 WsgcuL and other sources 4o0 Total 3,ft53 EXPORTS. Thus rar this week 19,004 Thus far last week 17.748 Since September 1 92, 107 Memphis and Charleston railroad 83rl Mississippi and Tennessee R. R. 1,030 Louisville, Nashville and Ureut Southern R. R..1.1M) Steamers north 92ri Total 3,972 iM TKLKtlKAI'lt.l The following are tne luteal telegram of t' do meatla market, as repui led yesterday to the 00IU n Oiteet tit it nf I 'nni r-irirtuia. Market. Ka'iJtA Mutittiuil. tialveetoo gulet. 2,7rt 114 New Orleans Unlet. ft.592 1l4( Mobil Quiet. 8,875 I 111 Savannah Q del. 4. 185 l'Jttt Charleston Firm. 2 55 1214 Wilmington Finn. 801 12- Kalilinore Steady. 4.007 117 Norfolk Firm. 250 l-';" St. Lont Steady ll"w The following axe the New Yorg sh iiHuti.aia lor yesterday: onllnarr. lie; giaal ordinary, lltic; low middling. l2Ue: middling, 12 9 lftc; go el nilddltug. 12 13 Die; middling fair. 13 9 lftc Al Ml-rftr, Hiuei nnu nominally um-iiaog u ; ljt.io, dull and Irregular; 2 13, dull and nominal; 8:811, dull and nominal. Ualea, 874 bales; stuck. 102,(hli halaa. 1 ns following la the latest New York telegram of futures: The tons of the future market was as follows At lOilO, firm; 11 lb, (lead at decline; 11-473, steady; 12.45, easy; 2:45, easy; 3:50, weak. Sales 88.000 bale. The New Orleans market Closed quiet at 1110 for middling. Sales. 2H0O bales; receipts, G6H2 ba'ee. stock, 5fM).2tM bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reoortea cotton quiet; middling uplands, ft 13 lrid; Orleans, ft 15-lftd. Sales 8000 bales, of which were American. Receipts, 0500 bales, of which 6700 were American. Liverpool futures opened 1-1 fld better! December, December-January, ft 13-lft; February-March, 07nd; March-Anrll. ft 15-lftd; April-May, 7d; May-June, 7 l-)2, 7 1-lftd At .4 10, Manchester yarns and fabrics dull. At 4:10, December. 0Nd: February March. 6 81-32. 15 Iftd; March-April, 7 1-82. 7d; April-May, 7 1-lrtd; May-June. 7 3 82d; June July, 7 5-:t2d. The movements at the ports were reporteH as fol lows: Thi Itxt Wee. fliin Week nut Year. TTer. Rec'lSMlnce Friday 2 1 ft.447 MO.HUO H,!I42 H14.512 2-lrl.(H8 212.51W . 67,4rt3 5,077 7n,250 up'teto u.Bnutiu Kxp'ts toContlneot Stock 8 1. 40O 8(1,088 753.182 Total receipts at all United States ports. 2.823, R5; same date 1878, 2,874.H47i same date 1877, 2.117.3H7. Increase ot receipts at United States ports this year, 418.H48. Total stock at all pons, 814.512, aeatnet 7ft,259 same time the year be fore: in 1877. 820.011. AfonOVi. Day Wore. Jamtary 12 74(712.75 February 18.0213.03 March 13.2ftri 13.27 WU 13.4118.48 Ma 13.ll13rT8 June 13.71113.77 July 135'13.87 Augist 13.lmr2ia.U7 eutember IV ill hh'-.h 12.7512 77 J8.04(? 13.05 13.30(7 13 31 13.4U.7 13.50 13.07(71 H. M 13. 80r 13.83 13.Of?13H3 13-Va 14.04 12 2512.80 fkstober 12.rifT12.40 Decern br l'i.62ril2B3 12.fi8al 2. eo The follow':., tm lha'MiV,ulr aMtklv rohirnL. tlvecottostement: Net roint. an irnlterl fttabui nnrts Ot (I flOfl 8rj,m m-lr lenr '212.000 Total reonlnts at all U. 8. ports to date.. 2,824.000 Same date last year 2,33t,000 Exitorts from all V. 8. port for tae week. , 1 09,000 Same week last year 11 0.000 Total exports from U. 8. porta to date... 1 527,000 Same dale last year 1,254-000 block at all U. 8. ports 81 5,000 Same time last year 7H5.0OO t-tock at ail Interior towns 202.000 Same time last ear -- 175.000 Stock at Liverpool 8rlrt,000 Same time last year 833,000 Stock of American afloat for GL Britain.. 344.000 Same time last year 271.000 Llvei pool weekly statement: Sties for the week, 52.000 bales; American, 4 5,090 bales: speculators took 2000 bales; exporters took KOOO biles; for warded from ship's side, 14,000 bales; total receipts, 101.000 bales; American. 83.000 bales; actual export, rlOOO bales; total stock. JjtM.000 bales; American, 250,000 bales; 'amount afloat, 384.000 bales; American, 844.000 biles. UKNEKAL T1IADE. The weather was balmy and spring-like yesterday, but business was less active than on other days of the week but a good business was doing notwithstanding. In the feed and produce market the o3erlugs were l:ght and there la little to report of them. The 6L Louts KrptMiatn, ot Thursday, re ports: "Flour was firmer, wltu a good speculative and consumptive demand and movement, and the market was quotably 5c blgber, but fancy and low grades dull Wheat was stllf and sharply higher. Corn was better, but still blgber demand, of selleia restricted the movement, oats were nigner, in sym natbi with wheat and corn. Hog produce had a bet ter tone, and an Increased movement without any absolute activity." Quotation belnware flr round lofs at the landing ana l'c rjUroaaaejxji', ana wiuae neuncraray aje, Btnmgt. nor oiur tzptntr outitide of the ban let if hi arut charge up to the time tif arrival. Job tr.ng an1 tture i alee are tU higher ra Ux, a they in clucie draya(e, etorage and vrolit of the dealer. FEED Corn Some Innuiry. but none offering: last sales Rt 50c; In store, 55r257o. Ods-Ias. sales at 4X1AC; in store, 6'tci 550 Uran was quiet, quoting JM 4; In store, ft Or?-85c per cwt. liny scares; little doing; prairie quoted SI 2; prime, 820; choice timothy, If21rr22: iu store, flrf 1 20. Corn brim at the mill, $1150. Sale of a car-load ot praine hay at 12. FLOUR AND M K t L. f "tour - Was weak; autT Bn. 85: extra. S5 U.Vr5 50: double extra. So 75rtft: trtble extra. Stfrrrt f0; family, Sft 25(ift7'; choice, 87; fancy. 87 2537 75. Commeal sales at ml. 1 at 82 50; 82 45 Baked at the landing; In store, 82 50(22 55. JInunv 83 B5. Jjli-W-1!8 barrel. VKtiETABLFA iVi'(v sales on the land ing of 90 barrels at bp-55; In store, 81 75. Sioeet potatoes, ln'store, 8175 a barrel. Onions, 84 50 65 a barrel. In store. limns, 75c a barrel. H7ii( 6-nrw.82rr2 25. Kraut, halt-barrels, S3 7534; bar rels, s ( rr H. liornerartuii- facta f0 a barrel. C'uO- ori(e, 8:(J4 25, according to size and quality, a erate: moderate stock. FRUITS ANU N UTd. A aAen. S4r75 a barrel. Cnirirjerries.SiH a barrel: half bairels, S4 75. Oranan. 8rt 50(i8 per barrel, lien one, $5(25 50 per box. K'i hiw Old, 82: new, S3 per box. an. IBc per lb. Date. 8c per li. i'wnuts Red, tie; white, 7o per lb. Almond. 22c per lb. rerun, 7? 14c. according to size. Hrnzil Sut. 10c Der lb. filbert, 12Vsc per lb. Wonuts, 1.V-per lb. Voeoa nut, 84 ftil per 100. Dried Apple. 9a a pound. Dried veache. 9c a pound. lHmaH 81 (23 a bunch Aj'pU butter, lite per lb. 1'each butter, 120 per poona. ' KdMS AND BtJTTEH- Etrns were unlet with an Increasing stuck aud easier t ri es. 20(?21c; small boxes, 22a lintter- grxd, 12S15c; country, i7ri 22c; choice, 2or22Hd' ereameiy, 85c POuLTKx. VlucKen. S2tt8; bei.S, S3 2S. "Jwrfct. Qeexe. J! 4 50(25 per dozen. Turkey. 8il2l2 aer dozen. Dresmd Turkey over plentiful, at FRESH MEAT. ETC. Beef - Fdreduirters, 2(3 3c; hindquarters, 4i25c Mutton, by the cartstss, 4 fitlo. i(V. 4l(?rtc i'lV's-Z-KfKegs, 81 90(72; ball-barrels, 84 2o; barrels, $7 7oa 8. Mince went. It a pound UAME.tJtTC venrton-saddle. 7 of 80 per lb; car cass, 4(25e. Stjuirrels, 75c?$l a dozen. Oyxter, 80O, 40c, 50c. Q'uiUs, 81 25(21 50 a dozen. Hob bit, 81 25(7 1 50 per dozen. HOti PRODUCE. iPor clear sides, loose, 7o; clear rib. loose, ft-lic: shoulders, loose. 4&i3. Sttoar cured Aams-packed, lOLitl lOVjo. Lard llsice. 8'4c: pans, lie. uemana very quiet. ".ittiiciiKi so. CJojTrt, i4Vulro iororainary, inc for fair. 17til7Vi!0 for guod taly, 18ti3-19Mw lor choice. Tea Imperial, 45(2H5c Hux Louisiana, 7ic; Carolina, 8l,a(29s. &i-per dray load, from store, 81 95 per barrel; coarse, per sack, 81 40H 1 i0; tine, 81 To. sugars Louisiana oen Kettle, 7Urr 8Ue: yellow clarlhed. 8.1ir29Lie: white clatlHtd. M(t 9-MC; cut loaf, 11M((12: granulated, li&(2 12. powdered. 1114&12C Molvise New Louisi ana, prime, 3723Sc; choice, 40ci42c; syrups nomi nal. B AOGI NO AND TfES. yrjr(n( flax, 10c; lute. 2 lbs.. 11 rill We- Tia, 82 loa2 50; grip lie, 82 per bundle. Tirine. 1 2c per lb. LIME AND CEMENT. lAfne, 90s a barrel; Louis ville cement, 81 75 a barrel; Rosedaie edment, 82 a barrel. CATTLE MARKET J. LaCrolv. of the Memphis stock yard, Chelsea, reports eattle In veiy small sup ply; sheep In email ai rival; hogs In lively demand and none tn market; wanted especially weights of 200 to 225 pounds: Vattte Choice beeves, oorn-fed. Ji l4j(2 4 ! per U ; medium , 8r2 84c; cbclce grass cattle, 2i---?3c; smooth fat oxen, weighing from 1000 to 1500, 2i,xdaUe; tough oxen and cows In good con dition, 2ta(22'MC; pour and common calile. ll4J Hie: milch cows with rtHing calves, 81 5r2 30 ar bead; yearlings, 84?eV. Hnetft Choice, 4(i4"i0 er lb; medium, 8lj(?3&ic: commoti, 81(7 1 50 each. if.x-Cholce, weighing 175 to 225, 4V4C per ib; weighing from 140 to 1BO, 4c24Wc; rhoats, tiVii a& , i 1 tSI 2XUiwirA.l . NEW YORK. December 19. Flour dull: sunerflne western and State, 85 25(75 80. Wheat active and a shade higher; ungraded spring, 81 29(21 8ft. Rje quiet. Coffee tU'et but steady. Sugar nrra; fair to good refining. 7-i,h'77 inc. Molaaaes firm; New Orleans, bolt 47c. iUfe quiet; Carolina. OU(27V-iO. Poik easier) mess. 512 2o(f l4 no. Lard uusettud; prime steam, 7. 72laa. Whisky firmer, 81 19. LOUISVILLE. December 19. Flour Arm: extra. 84 GOi24 75: family. 85 25(75 50; A No. 1.8i(t) ft -25: tancf.Srt f Ut7 5a Wheat turner. 81 KOrri ha. Corn dull; .white, 4 tic; mixed, 45c. Onlslirtn; white, 43c; mixed, 41c Bye stekdy, 91c Hay firm. ai5rM7. Pork nrm. 813 50. Lard firm: Choice tear, tieree, ijc; enoioe- tear, aeg, HVsc Bulk meals steady. 44M(fteHT tv.no. Bacon none. Suis-ar-cured hams none. Whl.ky Inactive, 81 08. ST. LOUIS, December 19. Flour quiet Wheat dull ana weak; No 2 red. S123Vycgh, 81 25i January, 81 40t?l 40 Febiuary, 81 441 March; No. 3 red, 81 2l(7 1 2ft-). Corn Cull; 8o-tc cash, 'M-Uc January. 8'-'ln(238l!iC February, 4DUc March. Ostsslow; UtM4(2)37ccash; Na. 2. noopti ns. Rye llriner, Klo b'd. Barley dull; choice, 8oa90c Whisky quiet, 81 10. Pork dull; Jobbing at 812 75. Dry sait meats dull: dear ribs, ft OSrrt. 12lao casu, 11.20c January; clear, tt.20i2ft.25a. Bacon nominal. Lard none 1 nering. CINCINNATI, December ia Flour quiet; fam ily, Sft 20r(0 40; iancy, i. wneat nrm, SI 3341 18ft. Corn qulel but steady. 41r744c Oats quiet, 40(J4U!C Rje firm. 98c Bailey dull. 90c Pork dull and nominal, 813. Lard In good demand, 7.20 U7.2c. Bulk meals nominal; shouluerr, 4ve; clear rib, (Wc Bacon nominal, tireen meats- rood demand and tending upward; shoulders. 4c sides, 5P0(2ftc; bams, 7(77 V-jC Whisky active but lower. 81 08. Butter quiet; choice western reserve, 24(7 25c; prime western reserve, 20 d 23c; prime to cnoi oeiurat unio, jhx ag. NEW ORLEANS, December 18. Flour qnle'. but steady: no low grades; high grades. Stl 75(2 7 871-j Corn scares and Arm, 68c. Oats-demand active, 48c Cornmeal quiet, but firm, 82 55. H ty firm; prime, 824; choice, 82ft. Pork quiet. 813(f) 13 25. Lard steady; tierce, 8x(28M-c; keg. 9-'. Bulk meats in ga ueinanu; snouiaers, loose. 4-sc; packed. 4-iir747ve; clear rib, ft;M(27c; clear. 71x0 Bicon demand fair and market linn; shoulders. 5140: clear rib. VimM: clear, binohwc Sugar eu.ed hams scarce and dun; new canvased, 10(2 11c Whisky steady: western rectified, 81 05(21 15. Collee quiet; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prima, 13(2 tic sugar active, nrm ana nigoer; interior. 414a o'-tc common to good coliiiuou.ti.rt'-Wc; fair to fully fair, rtW(27c: prune to choice. lUialMc: yellow clarl- neu, TiCirf.Hic Molasses steady and in good de mand; common, 25(727c; centrifugal, 5(233c; fair, 80(732o; prims to cbotoe, 33-740& Rice dull and nominal; Louisiana, ordinary to choice tllH(27l4C DltY tiOiyDS. IBT TSLEQKA PH. NEW YORK. December 19. The dry goals busi ness continues moderate with commission houses. and the Jot blug trade Is quiet. Cotton gocts are less active, bin firm, and In light suunly. Men's wear woolens are moving steadily on account of former orders, but the current transactions are light. Flannels aud blankets are In steady request. KIVEK NKWS. Rivers aad Weather. The following oflijial table gives pnrticu lars concerning the condition of rivers and weather at all Important points: orrirk signal Skkvick U. 9. a. I Mkmphih. December 19. 1879. ( Above low water. Changes. Rise I Fall I Feet. I Inches inches Inches CUro 29 Cnclttnatl 20 Divenport iFroz'n D ibu iue. jFroz n H.iena. aik... Ksokuk Lsavenwoiih .. L tile Rock,... Louisville Nesipkls,.. Nashville New Orleana.. Pltuburg ahreveport.... SL Loula Vlcksburg. Froz'n 1 9 :t 23 II 5 " h" 25 4 "ft" lti" 104 "h " 1 10 4 8 Above bench mirk. MRTEOHO LOGICAL REPORT. Tlma. Bar. Thar Wind. HJ Weather. 7. -00 am. 30.20 44 E. Cloudy. 2;00 p.m. 80.014 ft5 8. Cloudy. 9 00 p.m. BO 12 ftl S K. Cloudy. Maximum thermometer, tW deg. Minimum thermometer, 811 deg. R. T. DABNKY. Private Slg. Corps, U. S. A My Telexrapt NASHVILLE, December 19. River falUng, with Ii n et on tne suoais. PITTSBURG. December 19 -River 4 feet 9 Inches an i ailuiri. w earner cloudy and co.d. VICKSBURH, December 19. Weather fair and -a m; thermometer, ftil deg. River ilseo 21 Inches. Dovni CommociweaiUi, 10 a in. Arrived: City of v.ctramrg, o p.m. 1 m: CINCINNATI, December IS.-Rlver 20 feet 7 1 0. 1 IrMiMM aod laUloc WwUiar-clouaj oold, J 2 AN OPEN SECRET AMONG THE LADIES Tlie brilliant, fascinating tints of Complexion for which ladies strive are chiefly arti ficial, and all -who Trill take the trouble may secure them. These roseate, bewitching hues olloTf the use of llagan's Mag nolia Balm a delicate, harm less and always reliable article. Sold by all druggists. The Magnolia Balm conceals every blemish, removes Sal lowness, Tan, Redness, Erup tions, all evidences of excite ment and every imperfection. ' Its eltects are immediate and so natural that no human being can detect its application. Arrrved: Paris C.Brown and Mary Houston, New Orleans. . EVANSVILLE, December J9.-Rlver stationary, 17 feet 9 inches by the gauge. Weather milder, foggy; mercury. 40 deg. Arrived: Vint Shlnkle, Cincinnati, 5 p.m. LOUISVILLE, December 19. River stationary, with 9 feet ft Inches In the canal and 7 feet ft Inches 00 falls. Weather cloudy and pleasant. Arrivals and departures: Springer, New Orleans; Schenck, Cincinnati. NEW ORLEANS. December 19. Weather-nartlv cloudy; thermometer, 70 deg. Arrived: City of Al ton, st. Louis ; Golden Crown, Cincinnati. Departed : Will Kyle and J. B. M. Kehlor, ClccinnAtl; Port Edits anu barges, St. Louis. CAIRO. December 19 Noon. Arrived: Belle of P breve port and Belle Memobls. St. Louts. Un.m.: Jesse K. Bell, Louisville, 9 10am. Weather cloudy and warm Night River 29 feet 9 Inches and fall ing. Weather light rain: thermometer, 44 deg. Departed: Jesse K. Bell, New Orleans, 5 p.m. aiovmerata at the lievee. ARRIVALS.' Oeo. W. Cheek. Ash port: Osceola Belle. Oseeola: James Lee. Friars Point; Gold Dust, St. Louis; City of Greenville, Vicssburg; Henry Frank-, New Orleans; tloberi uitcneit. New Orleans: Mark J. wain, Bledsoe Lauding; Uolden City, Cincinnati. DEPARTURES. Gold Dust, Vlcksbuntt Robert Mitchell, Cincin nati; City of Greenville, Cairo; James Lee, F'rlars Point; Geo. W, Cheek. Hailes Point; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Golden City, New Orleana IN PORT. Andy Baum, Katie Hooper, Henry Frank, Mark Twain. BOATS DUE. Down- Joe Kinney. Belle Memphis. Up Josle Harry, Ouachita Belle. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Cincinnati Andy Baum, H. J. Vinton, master, 5 p.m. ViCkSDDRO Joe Kinney, H. Bralaskl master, 10 a.m New Orleans Henry Frank, J. F. Hleks, master. Sam. CAiKO-Be'le Memphis, John C. Crane master. 6 p.m. Write Riveb Josle Harry, Milt R. Barry master. 5 p.m. GKKENV1M.B -Ouachita Belle, Mark B. Cheek master, 5 p.m. Arkansas River Katie Hooper, Ed Nowland master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Gold Dust 100 brls flours. 200 pkgs sundries. Mark Twain - ftO bales cotton, 1023 sks cot.on- saed. city of Greenville 44 bales cotton, 11 bags seed- cotton. Osceola Belle 13H bales cotton. 21 b?es seed-cot ton. 468 sks cotton-seed, 32 pkgs sundries. Golden C.ty 330 bdls p tper, 2C0 plows, 125 brls flour, 181 kegs whisky, 4ft8 pkgs sundries. Henry Frank 1ft hhds sugar 102 brls molast.es, 425 sks salt. 5 bales cotton, 11 pkgs sundries. James uee 3 lii Dales cotton, u Dags seeo-cotton, 803 sks cotton sesd. 21 hog. 40 pkgs sundries. Geo. W. Cheek 34 bales cotton, 24 bags seed-cotton, 744 sks cotton-seed, 3 bead calile, lot sundries. l-evee faracraptrs. Business! risk. Local pacaou. departed on time with good trips lp.st evening. lieceipts by tne river yesterday were ftU2 bales col- ton. Ho bags seed-cotton, 8038 sacks cotton-seed. The City of Greenville passed up last night for Cilr.'. she added heie 15U0 bales eastern-bound cotton. The Golden city passed down last night lor new Orleans lib lftOO tons freight and a good trip ot passengers. Stven packets are advertised to depart from this p;rt to-day. '1 urn to the steamboat "ad" column and post yourself. The Robert Mitchell passed up yesterday evening for Cincinnati with 1000 tons freight, principally sugar and molasses. The Gold Dust passed down yesterday morning for Vlcksburg wllh a big trip. She added here 50 tons freight lor points below. A dispatch, to this paper from St Louis, last night, says: "Navlgattou Is entirely suspended, and risks on cargoes have been stopped by the board ot under writers," The Henry Frank bad on board last night lor her return trip to New Orleans 800 bales cotton, 101 barrels oil. 800 sacks oil-meal, 150 empty oil bar rels, 70 packages sundries. Little Rock Democrat, Thursday: "The new and fast low-waier steamer, Plow Boy. sunk yesterday near Dardanelle. She alrutk a snag and went down In three feet of water. Captain Dairagh telephones us that tue craft will be raised" Aiumorwas cut rent on the Itvee yesterday tnat the Colorado had euak above here, and we bored every aevenue of news for particulars, but cjuld And nothing eorroooraiive. iate arrivals last ntgni say no accident has occurred to any packet. Cairo Bulletin, Thursday: "Quite a number of the Andy Hanoi's crew were sick when she arrived here. Five of them made application for fedmtl- tance to the Marine hospital here, but Dr. Carter, nnolng thai oniy two wr re realty 111 and deserving 01 assULince, only that number were admitted." St. Louis jieinioiiean, rnursaay: "ine .nempms and St. Louis packet company (Anchor-ltoe) and the New Orleans Anchor-line have withdrawn all their boats from this port for Ibe present " On the same subject the (ilube-Democrat, ot the same date, has the following: "All Anchor-line boats have sus pended operation iu consequence 01 uieiauiEg river and the Ice." The Louisville Courier-Journal thus warns the down-river people: "Look out down the Oniol If you bear a whistle sounding unearthly p ud, yet musical withal, don't be alarmed, for It's only the new Jesse K. Bell coming. If you want to ses 'a daisy,' go aboard. The people here seemed to be more pleased with ber loan with any of ber predecessors. Sbe ain't big as so-re of them, but she's as last and fine." The Pine biuii rre man gets loose rrom a 101 01 river news occasionally. Here Is the initial para graph of tne Issue ot Thursday: "This week we are pleased 10 note tnai in tne race Detween me river and cotton the former Is ahead cotto-t tailing stead ily, and the liver on the Use (.that is, we are not pleased that cotton la falllDg; but we are glad there Is water enough for steamboatlng and oyster fes tivals! " Knoxvllle Tribute, Thursday: "The Tennessee yesterday morning reached the highest mark since the early spring tides, and fell rapidly during the day, so that the ferries resumed regular trips. A few barges arrived at Ibe wharf and others are reported on the way, as the water recedes to a better boating stage. A quantity ot grain and miscellaneous pro duce may be expected to come down the Holston and French Brosd rivers during the present tide." People will .talk, even If they be hundreds ot miles away from the theme of Inspiration. Commodore Milt Harry caught It tbuswlse in Thursday's Issue ot the St. Louis Time: 'Commodore Mill Harry con tinues to grow In popularity wllh the people. His elegant steamer Josle Harry his Just carried into Memphis the largest trip of cotton ever taken there by one boat from White river. It will be remember ed that this same steamer brouzht tbe blue ribbon trip to this city a few weeks since. Commodo'e Harry Is a young man of remarkable energy and business capacity. He possesses a wonderful com maml over bis fellow-men, and Is imbued with a magnetism simply Irresistible. No ordinary man can snend an hour In bis company without feeling that be has had fresh vitality Infused Into him. We once beard a prominent boatman say: 'It's no ute tolng to run opposition to that man; he's too popu lar with the people.' " Cairo Itull'tin. Tbursdiy: "It Is rumored that six thousand dollars were paid the Champion to with draw from the Cairo and Paducab traue. Whether Ibeie Is any tmth In this report we know not. but certain It la, that the t Isk's people are not very jubi lant oer the Champion's withdrawal." In speak ing of tbe Champion's withdrawal the Paducab AVics says: ' Tbe Cairo packet company has bad a a illy packet In the line for mteen years, and have kept her going in spite ot wind or weather, and re gardless of cost. They have battled with tbe storms and fought frequent opposition, bat have always bad a boat In the trade tor the accommodation of the traveling at d shipping public In a very sbort time they will have a splendid new boat to succeed the James Flsk, Jr., that everybody will be proud of, and they expect to do business at reasonable and liv ing rates. Iu the recent war on rates It may be safe ly predicted tbe Flsk bas lost money, but she was there to slay, and there was no alternative lett ber but to go ahead at whatever cott. Of course the fare will be Increased, but we trust that It may continue rcftson&bio. The Davenport Democrat elves the following statistics; "The Ice ran out March 80, 1870. The periods or closing and opening in tne mree ion, -w- ing seasons were respectively iwwmiKr zi, i&iir. and February 25. 1871: November 80.1871. and Match 28. 1872; November 28. 1872, and March 15, 1873. The river closed on December 28. 1873. opened again December 30th, and closed finally on .January 4, 1874, the ice running out March I5lb. The riv r next closed January 4, 1875, and opened March 2t'tb. Tbe following season the river closed November 29. 18. .. opened again December 4tb closed once more Dtcember 17lh, and opened two d;u later, closing for the third and last tune Febru ary 2, 187ft. auo finally oieulrg February 9tb. In the emulng season tbe river closed December 4 187ft, and opened Februai 21. 1877- The ferry bo it ran every day but one In the winter or 1877-8. while In the winter following the river closed Dd- c-inlier in. 1878. and opened March 8, 18iV. clos ing for tne season of 1879-80, with running Ice December 12th." A telegram In the St. Louis Republican, of Thurs day, from Jeflerson City, announced the filing In the ottlce of the secretary ot slate ot articles ot associa tion by the St. Louis and Vlcksburg Anchor line, with Captain John A. Scudder, Gerard a. Allen. Captain John P. Kelser. Theodore C. Zetsrler and B-nl.iinln W. lwls of St. Louis as Incorporators; the purpose of tbe association being to run a line of steamers and barges on the Mississippi river and Its tributaries. This is no new enterprise, but tbe perpetuation of one of the most successful river transportation com panies known tn the history of steamboatlng. For twenty years, the above-named gentlemen with others have been known as tbe Mem: his and St. Louis packet company. A recent cbaDge In the Slate laws makes It necessary for them to alter somewhat tbe name ot the corporation to secure a renewal ot their chatter, and hereafter the old Memphis and st Louis packet company will be known as the SL Louis and Vlcksburg 'Anchor Line, the company long since having extended their field of operations to Vlcksburg. Fresh Oysters, GAME USD CELERY, Dressed Poultry, -AT- J. A. SIGNAIGO'S, Xos. K78 and gHO Second Wtreet. Vaults Emptied! OUORLIfNM KXCAVATISU CO. OF rlee.as aadlavn etre-et. and 192 WuUUiwa. ESS Plll-illl "W Ii.OTi"RS .A T,iT3 Irocers and Nos. 371 -373 Main street, Memphis. GhicJcasatv OS Second St., opp, Market Square, Memphis. tsTII.li OPES HAVE SOT FIKEIV CliOSel-Haveon hand a stock of Klabet, Brooks, Albert son, and are prepared to promptly fill all orders for Jno. XV. JDillard. R. BO0FFI Cotton Factors and 26Q-262 Front, KILPUIVORMEUY. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, . No. 338 Front street, tW Liberal ad vn neon raailft rn WjHoXiEsam: CMMspMis lias reopened with a new and complete stock, and li prepared to fill all orders in the above line. Special inducements to cash buyers. 312 Main. opp. Peabody Hotel. VACCiUU. H. TACCAJKO. A. . VACOABO & CO., L?0STES A7iJ DEALERS IS WINES, UQXJOBS. 8b CIGARS, Io. S-'roTnt -street. 3Jeirriihift TOYS jLnrgetkt atssortmcnt la I he rity at Lowest Prices. Just Keceiveil. SPECHT & W It. JI ALLOKY. Late of Harris, Mallory ic Co. j -.MM-S-SM LLOBY. CBAW (SUCCK330B3 TO W. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AlfD COMMISSION VKBCniKTS, 3 0-4: SP'ront Btroot, DMoxi3.2la.ijr3 t5?oTr rt We are prepared to make Lilberal Advances on consignments of Cotton, which will be bandied for the best interest of the sp per. WatcliBs! DiainoDfls ! ana JEWBlnr Oar stock of above goods, wi ll others, for the Holiday Trade, is very complete, and will be sold at pr?ces that will jus tify an examination by thosA desiring to put chase. anr9B C.UII&C oalor xx Boors, SasiBM LATH AND SHINGLES, Nos. 337 and 339 Second Street, Corner TTnion. in Old Poatoffiee XV. It. Galbreatb. COTTON FACTORS, 2L? 117x11020. t:,iT&33il3Li-s fJ"Our Warehouse (SfutnalMtoras-re Company) is no w open, ready to receive -poilton. on which we will make literal rash advnneei. (L.ATK WIIKKLiEIS, AT WHOLESALE Opp. Featoody 3SIotel. SCHOOL BOOKS! OLAPP & BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS ; Blank Book Manufacturers and Job Printers, OlOMalnStroet, : s TWIoxx3.cJtiJja.,rJ?o-ic.X3L. fkW Bespectfully Inform their friends and the trade that they have a complete tock of Hehaal, Blanlc aad Jtl-aollaariui bonlm, Offlre aaa r'ry Mtatlonrry, and a full Hue ot everytbing penaininic to tneir business, woicn mey oner to tne pudiic wi unusually low prices. (jrT all ordets imnuied to their care siiaU receive prompt and caratm attenuoa 31 EfD B Cotton Factors Iron Works! and ether standard work in the Foundry and Machine-shop Line Is. Coffin. Wholesale Grocers, street. STem-ohis. WALTER A KOUD31&(. : : : Memphis, Teni2 nil Cotton consisrneil to u- SJ JL. B. TACCAJIO. M. G. ILnll i&eo. FIREWORK: WALTER, w. jj. cnawFOKn. I Late of W. B. Gaibreatii A Co. B. MALLORY ft CO.) CTa-3 Q., Jewelers, 275 Main HAFFER, lanager s,MoIos,Liilier Tleniphi, Tennetwee. J. Hf. Fowlkes, I'lCKEM-j V- CO.) BLANK BOOKS! TAYLOR, Hiiiw J. W. X. BROWNE, PLUMBER! IS prepared to do all kinds of work In this line In a thorough and sanitary manner; gives especial attention to Sewer and Building Connections. Also, bas a large stock of 6AH flXTrKFU, Gas, Steam and Water-fittings and Fixtures. Pumps, Hose, Bathtubs, etc. Has a Mrge force of compe tent workmen All work warranted. Airentfortbe Halladay w iiMD-MlLca. orders solicited. BROWNE, THE l'LUSBEK, 40 Madison Street, T. M. SCRUGGS. J. E. B. BAT SCRUGGS & RAY, Attornoya Eft Ziaw 42 Madison St., Memphis. Tenn. Dividend Notice. OFFICE H01TE INSURANCE COMPANY. I Mkmphis, December 15, 1879. 1 f37At a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of this Company, of this date, a dividend of FIVE I'KK CE.VT. was declared upon the capital stock, and ordered to be credited upon the stock notes. R. P. BOLLING. Secretary. Assignee's Kotice. AMEBTING ot creditors of A. HyndiDBn, bank rupt. Is called to meet Tuesday, December 2H, 1X79. at the ofUe ot T. J. Latham. Hegieler, In Memph s, Memphis, Tenn., to coiiilder the Question of aoMdendot assets. - WM. SANrORU, December 1, 1H79. Assignee. 1- r-rn r,. a. 'M.Aa- V V Has been in constant nae by the public ior T twenty years, and la the best preparation ever Invented for KESTOK ISG GRAY HAIR TO ITS YOUTH FXTTL COLOR AND Tha State Assayer and Chemist of Mass. and leading endorse and it as a great triumph in medi cine. LIFE. It anppltva the natural food and color to the hair glands without staining the akin. It will increase and thicken the growth of the hair, prevent it blanching and falling off, and thus AVERT BALDNESS. It cures Itching, Erup tions and Dandruff. As a HAIR DRESSING it is very desirable, giving the hair a silken softness which all admire. It keeps the head clean, sweet and healthy. WHISKERS will change tha beard to a BROWN or BLACK at discretion. Being In one preparation it is easily applied, and produce a permanent color that will not wash off. PREPARED BY R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N.H. Sold by all Dealers In Medidna, PRESCRIPTION FREE "CTtor tho apeedv Cure of Se-mnal WcaJcrje., IMt A; Muihood, Pretnattire Uooility. NerrDusnrH, 13eirondency, Contusioa or TMras. Avemon to Socie ty. Directive Memory, ana .l Disorder. Brought on by Secret Habit, and xcesse. Any dn-.Rciiit has tlie Ingredient. Ajar., DR. JAQUES it CO., 130 Wat Sixth Street, CINCINNATI. OHIO. PltlCitlPTlOK S-'SCKK TTHJR THTt SPEEDY CUBS of :3oir.lna! Weakness, J? Lost Manhood and ail disorders brought on by indiscretion or excess. Any druepi; t bss the Ingre dlents. DR. jAyUFS CO., 130 WfHlTth ". . -(ne1nna'l. Prctarription Free. For tlie ppeedy Cure of Semi inal W titiii:fs, Loh of ManluMnJ, aim all cliRorVlera bnrtirht m ly liifliscn tioii nr excess. Auy jUruyyist lian thf iiuTiliTlK. Aittlreps DaVID.sON & CO., ?S Nauan St. N. V. Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate No. 2637. R Chancery Court of Shelby county John Adams vs. Yaldnra Sandlln. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on tbe 11th day of July. 1870. M. B. 25. p-Jge 14ft. and renewed No vember 2X, 1879,1 wlh sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, In Irontof the Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse of tbe Taxing-district of Shelby county, late Memphis, Tennessee, on Hatnrday, December 7. IS79, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: Belli? fifty acres, part of tract of '232 8H-100 acres con veyed to John Adams by W. H. Wood, ti us tee, by deed dated April 18. 18U8. and recorded In tbe Reg ister's oftice ot said county and State In book Hrt, page 847-8 -fx said 50 acres biing known on tbe plan of the subdivision of said t act of 2H2 85-100 acres made for said John Adams by J. H. M'Clure as lot No. 8 In said subdivision, and begins at a stake at tbe southeast corner of lot No. 1; thence sooth 39.53 chains to a stake at the southeast corner of lot No. 2: thence east 12 6rt chains to a stake from which south H4li deg, east 22 links, stands a sweetgum n.n.l.al . . , 1. ., .u. ........ 1 r: '1 ...... 1 .... .-. a . , .. 1. n r. , luoiacu m, . , , :,v ' 11-', 11 ,1.- ,.11',, 113 IU t aLlkC3 in I thn Mnl.rn( j. Hfl-tnft avonnA IhanM awit 1 J .1,1 chain to the beginning, containing fifty acres. Terms of Sale On a credit of seven months; pur chaser exec tllng note with approved security; lien retainea; redemption barred, i nts uec r. ixiv. H. j. black, ciertc ana Master. Warrtner Lee Sola for compl'nts. sat A reeul-arlr erirJcal-Td n(. leeall-f i'ialifie-l phrsicirr iviid ib Bft'icuf-iIil, a- his pr-cLioc wUi V''- . ,n Cures all forms of PHI CHRONIG and SjlXUAi Uli EASES. , - iijfcrmijvtDrrliea aad Impotency, sVn.;rSit of -elf.-.b-i-'e in TOtiti, sexual ex cfi itt n. arer jear. or oth-sr citines, sud iin-.tci&r ftt c c r -lelo, .owiig erte:t-5: Nervrfistt.-;, -S'niii)a; Knii-.--ii.ns (iiieht en.ii Ov drjam-t. limu-'s- of hUltt. 1' fe:ii ve Sli'Miy fc fi.-ain-Vnr, !'u:i"l oa b -ice, Avitmcc f. Sr-cje" Wi'..?':i reafiiatoa" of lil'-R-t, 1-- 1 of ' sual pewrr, ic. n jarr,-, tiir:a'- ;n.nrn"-"r fir -mha-r-f , ir-i UirrirtJriW mt-'l p.-D n-.-iv era-i.. nt-j trom tue vt. ui; CvOIIOrTla . GXjXaET. Stn-'ViPfl. -cltitia, Bero.a, vr ii-w Pii-..-. a-l iU;-.t private -i:--r-:-r3 rjiti. kljr cureri. It i- if-ffi'i-l' ut that t-(:y -piclan -aim )ay r-eUl tl-fOrtcfc -.c c-nait. r.i" !: CaS. , at.l tniiifu (biii-i': au-au alif, juire.- A,r"t::i. l rirrici;iij kit"- inj t. 'aucfwn "ei'omnACiiJ .-?r-'u u ti.v earn. n"u it l iii'-uvtni''iii u-ri-uth-; :-it fr trrati.i.'n. dIHv. " mo U iM-a.L .riviw-.it o'. fnftly ty m til or xi ire. a ay nm. Cures GuarauttiCA in all Case nn tier take-1?. Cuu-dii.tiA-i -.i- p- r-inallv . -v !!: ?f--r tn! itinc-1, Cbar-esj reaonaU'ad ric.-t-a'i'-oce atric'iy cuutAAtraua 4 PRIVATE COIJI-ISELCR Of 100 rss "nt ' a-irtrr--, atvorrlT in.w-1. f.,r tfc"? rv cent. Should te rt-ai bv ail. Adlri-t-i as ar ftc hour frt.ni " ' P. i. 8iir-lTta y g . T KELLEY&fYI'CADDEN WHOLESALE -AND- COTTON FACTOISS 414 Main street, 31enihis. In ftankraptry. In the District Court ot the United t tktes for the Dis trict of West Tenneseee-ln the matter of Alex Hyndman. Bankrupt. TO the Creditors ot said Bankrupt: Take notice, that a general meeting of the creditors of said bankrupt will b held at tbe office of T. J. Latham, Esij., Register In Bankruptcy lor said district, at Memphis, No. H'.l Madison meet, on the 23d day of December. 187t-. at 1 1 o clock a m., for tbe purpose of declining a first and liiidl dividend. 1 also give you notice that I bave fi'ed my final accounts as as signee of the estate of Slid bati.rupt In said court, and I tat oa said day I shall apply to said court for settlement of my mid acc iunLs. and for a discbarge from ail liability as a-signee of said estate. In ac cordance wl-h the provl'lons of the 28th section ot the act of corgrvss, entitled "n Act turstablisha uniform nUmc) bankruptcy tbroughnut the Unite I Stales." e-r ved Atsnb 2. lnrtn. Memphis. Do cenib.tr 1 2. t T.. my SANOKORP, Assignee. at i i ttAIIIS JACOB' PATK . UftKHsn. JM. JACuBS, having now vsi Lattt-s Patent . both In the J. S. and Canao ot l lie elastic pro cess of copying, cautions all penx-i' from purchas ing anyot tbe "grams" or "graph oi counterfeit Imitations by which the public are belrg victimized. After a series of experiments condticteo at great cost and Involving much labor, Jacob's Llthogram bas been so completely perfected that II Is not only more dm able, but so altered In construction and thickness (double the original) and ease of erasure, that the Patentee of this wonderful and labor-saving appa ratus Is enabled lo offer a guarantee with each Llth ogram sold; and In orde that ail mar test tne mer its of the Ltlbognuo, bas established tbe following reduced prices: Postal Card, $1 50; Note, 83; Let ter, th; Foolscap, 87; Folio, it. Agents wanted throughout tbe count y. Address J. il. JACOBS, a Arch street, Boston, Mass. Beference, Rand, Aver) k 00.1 BoMon, .-fa 1 TW E C. FEABCE. Cotton FaGtoro and Kc. 25S Frost street, Steaxpliis, Tenn. PAKTICUIaAJS ATTr.r-JT!01Br S2! J. C. NEELY, S. H. BROOKS. DDi9 s WHOLESALE GROCERS, I Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, Wo. 307 Front street. SlempUis. Tenn. VANBRAVFEILAHp Krflaera of I nrtt. and nsm a rrtptarero r rest Mieaim ortaettlv reaaerea L,ara m tne mnuiaciure oi same. - eiznu. .ittio-a ana Uniilltv Unirmit-'nl (tn i-virv fnritnr. H. R TAYLOR represent nm In Mempnta Second street, from 4 80-SAW H TILLER GINS! Complete Cleaners, Cotton consigned to me corered by Elver COAL AND WOOD YARD, G2, 04 unci 6G tfAPOI-EON HILL, S, FOSTAI5E, .FOWTAIM COTTON FACTORS AND "WSnolesiale CS3-e-oc5 29S and 298 FRON 1STftEET, I E3iriIIS....TEX. .1 tWrXunttM for tli ColeIratd MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND WHOLESALE Tobacco Pipes and 28S Main street, Memphis and Respectfully lntoi-m their friends and the trad 9 that M.vk of erwli In the m-rt, W tr-l-r a ry WE are haipy to announce to onr Wends and customers that we are again at our post. TSn. 1 1 I .lll-i HTHKCT, prepirvd to serve t hero as formerly. Having closed our bouse In ST. LOUIS, all sblpments of cotton to us ebould be to MEMPHIS. We bave a or mplets stock of freiili i reerl, IncIudlneeveryttilnK In the grocery line, toppthef with fin-v class shed facilities for bandlln tbe staple. Our entire force has returned and are In liarness. Ws solicit your orders for groceries and shipments of cotton, T-omlr-log our best efforts to protect tbe Interest of those conttdlng their business to us. We buy strictly for cash, and thereby (ret bottom figures, conseqtient'y are In position to meet ary competition. our sir. A. u. llteiuwti1 t, onnRS ois ezperenoe or iwen;y-nve years in ir e saie or rouon u rwu the Interest ot shippers. We claim tae prlvlleee of Insuring all cotton consigned to us to the amount of ad vances made on same. Our Mr. A. B TBEAOWELL. ably assisted by our junior. Mr. S. & TREADWELL, handle the grocery department with skill, -nersy and experience. Tnanklul for the very liberal patronage extended ns In the past, ne respectfully ask a continuance of tbe same Very respectfully, A. C. fc A. T3. TRKAPW FHILT, &CO AKDRKW HTKWAKT, ASfDKKtfy MCW trieajl"". netapu. ntwiiaw STEWART, SWYMMEi 00, ' WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS K03.356 sua 858 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. ANU Stewart Brothers & Co., : Cotton Factors and Commission Mercaants. New Orleans, Louisiana. ' 31. Ia 51 K A CHAM K. K. yy i t OT.T-!.q a t.ti Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND SAXT AGENTS. Ho. 9 Unaii street. : : : : Memphis, Tenn. Je Wo ROWIjBTT. Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant, No. 355 Front street. Memphis. Tenn. I.. l, 31tLLISt Jr. I Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front street, cor. Union, Memphis. ParticnlrHteiitioii given to the lianllingof cotton while in tand w. S. TAYLORo Grange Agent and Commission Merchant, II an KeoiM-nrtl tt 359 Front -street, Memphis. and begs leave to Inform the public tb it be Is ready 41! roitt-ni!iu!. ere N.K. FAIRBANKS CO. ST. tOTJIS AND CHICAGO, LARD AND LARD OIL! tir We would call tbe attention cf the tiade reaerali j- to our well- ksaws brand of Lard and Lard OH. Some srrpDloa manufacturers, unable to eoin(ete fairly with us, are placing upon tbe market -rd packed t.ti.r wrlint. both Tieree and Maekcu. We -Pi--,lal-r call tbe a temlon ot ramnrni to the i-bove facts. OI K Lard Is alwaya FI LL WKIUHT. We ask bat we be sustained in ourenons to keep non-rat RGILL BROTHERS & CO. HASDWASE, IRON, CASTING?, CUTLERY AND GUNS, Steam Engines, Boilers, Ironpipe and Machinery Fixtures, AG RICUIiTUR AX IMPLEMENT DEPOT Iteltins, Hoe anil I'ackinsr, Cotton CJltits, Frestea, . Fanclit-Ifepriiig ttnginen. iritt Mill. Sole Agents in Memphis for II. P. AVERY & SONS' PIOUS. IVOur stock Is now fresh and complete, and being added 'o dally by new goods direct from lbs manor. . . , faclurera. Order, promptly filled. Nos. 310-313 FltOHT U B. 8UKSS. 'JL Sommission Merchants tAIE to thb nalk OPOOTTOl H. M. NEELY. LY & CO. & mi, tTtntpr t-taftrd I.ard-OII aslnsT none but trie M&MILL Jackson to Commerce, Condensers, Etc.; 7 A Insurance and Insured while at Uin. Slain street. o:uoxfc mr.L. COR. THIRD AND LOCUST STS., ST. L0C1S M1SS0UK1, K. rrvr Cotton-! in-AU DEALERS IS Smoker's Articles, 310 East 54th street, New York. they nve on hand the largest and beat selected grtMu. n1 atf urtlon gnnrHnte--. D.HWYWVK, P.H.UIIiBT, BKACHAB, a. . rOBTOH. 8. M. McCALLU UrO EM WIN k CO. to handle ennstgnments of cotton and other produce. re-st-.iuiiiy wihciisi goous in me mamtu u irii-i u mninp nui. 1. K. V IHN4KK . WXIIEET, MBJIPHIS. DISPEXSARY. Dr. D. S. Johnson'G PKirATE medical Dispensary Ho. 17 JEFFERSON 8TKE2T, Bel ww rf alia and Front. yi(Sphl. EtrrABiasBKO ih 1S00.J DB. JOHNSON is aoSDOwlKrtiTf-d by all partlw in terested as by far tss most tweceesful ptjsistsa tn the treatment of privste or secret d seasea. Klutik, thorough and permanent cures guaranteed In ei y case, male or femala. Beoent cam- of Ooit-orrbea I and Syphilis cared In a few dars, without the use tf ! laercnry, ehanw of diet, or hindrance from busln--.iv I oeeonoarT tsmniits. me tast vhhu -a envuaii wm ; out the use of mercury. Invoiuntarf lo of semen tor-TV) in a aTinrttimn. Sufferers from lmDotencT or loss of aexual powers restornd to tree vigor In a n?w -jreexs. vicr.ms ot sair-awi-w ana irow-ii fenerr. arrffertn from eoermawrThea and loea of physical and mental poera si-eedUy and perma nently eurBd, Particular .ttentton paid to t& Desoasea of Women, and enree gnaranteed. 1 Croat ana Lang uisr-.v-- cnrs-i ry new remi;ir. Piles and old aores cured witaout the use of eacs- tie or the knife. All ennsnltado-as atrletly eot?fld?ntlaI. Medicines sent bi ex Drees to all part of tte!cotm- Cry. Ofllce hoars from ' 8 a'jm. to B to. m. Stmdajs rom 8 to 6 p. m. I . s. rfl.M "rt. in.t'. CBancery Sele of Real Estate. No.1012. B. Chance-y Oonrt of Shelbr county H- Fiizarald et at. vs. Kit Arnold. BT virtue of an interlocutory dect-ee f ir sale twi tered In the above ratiM on the 5th dav of Dr- oember. 1S71. M. B. 25. page y. S. I will seil. at public auction, to tbelilfhest bidder. In front of tbe Clerk and MaMer's oilice. Ckjurthouse of eheloy county, Memphis. Turin., now Tuxlng-Dlistrict of Shelby county, Tennessee, on Matnrdny. Jagaiiry lO. 1HHO, within legal tours, the following described property, situated In She bv counlv. Tsnn.. to-wit: The undi vided onoseventh Interest of tne defendant. 11 Ar nold, in the to'.lowlog rwil estate: Being kts 1 and '2 of section . township 1. range 8 west, of tbe Chlckat-aw surrey. In t"e routherrc part of salt county, cODiKlnlng 23 2-l() acres, less 40 j acre .sold oil of said tract in 1 S58 by John Arnold to N. Ford; said part so sold to N.Ford beginning at tbe southeast corner of lot 1 in said section, township and range, and runnlni thence northward to the northeast corner of section 5 of said lot to a stake say 114 poles and 15 links to a stake or cor ner; thence wet 6tt poles and 10 links to a stake; tnenoe south 115 poles and 15 links to the begin ning. Terms of Sale On a credit of 6 and 12 months: purchnser executing notes bearing Interest, with ap- , proved security: lien retained; redemption barred. This Deosinber 10, 187 V. K. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. . Uetcalf 4 Walker, Sola for oompl'nL Trustee's Sale. TTNDEB and by virtue of trust deed made Jan ua U ry 27. 18d, by Frank H. Arnold and wife. Kmma. to me. as trustee, to secure a note for the sum of one thousand and fifty-four iVJ-1 HO dollars, made by said F. M. Arnold, dated Memphis, Tenn., anuary'27. 18. rt. payable one day alter date to tne order of Fnrsleohelm 4 Co.. at First National Bank, Memphis, Tenn., with Interest at 10 per cent from date till paid. Default having been mace in payment of same, I will, atietinestof betie.aclary In said deed, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at same lime and 61 ace as In above advertlsment of the Clerk and :arter tn case of Kltzjerald vs. Arnold, said jr. M. Arnold's one-seventh Interest tn tbe lands described In said advertisement of tbe Clerk and Master; raid trust deed Is recorded In book 1 10. page 1H0, Kegls ter's office of Shelby eatinty, tn which reference is male for further particulars. Kinlty of redempiion waived. Title believed to be good, but I sell and convey as trustee only. Tfcis P-?mber 10. IKjH. (j. w. 31 r. LiwAL,r , .trustee. Metcalf ft Walker. Attorneys. - Truste-e'a Sale BT TTRTfJTt of a deed of trust, made to me as trustee on tlie 9iih dav of February. 1 77. bv A. T. Lacey. sr., Columbia Lacey. his wile, and A T. Lacev. 1r.. for the nurrxise of aecurinz a note for 83600 mentluned In said deed, which deed has been duly recorded in tbe Unifier's otliceof bbelby coun ty, Tennessee, in Book So llrt, page 40O, and Is hereby referred to tor further eertalntv, I will, on taat-ardajr. Itrermtter C7. 1S7. at the southwest corner of Main and Madison strvta. In Memphis. Tenneess-e. sell within legal hours, at public outcry, to the blebe-st bidder, lor cash, tbe Rreperty desctiDed In said trust deed, to-wit: Lots oa two hundred and two (202) and two hundred aud three (203), as laid doira on the plan of Chel sea, ni w a part of the cltv ( f Memohis. Tennrtv-we, on the souibeast corner of (ireenlaw and filth streets; each of add lots fronting seventy-four and a quarter (744) feet on Uth strt-et aud running backea'h on hundred and forty-eight and ahaif (14813) feet to an alley. The right and eutnty of -redemption Is expressly waived In said deed of trust and the title Is be.leved to be perfect, but 1 will sell ana convey the earn. only as trustee. w. L.. juirr, -trustee. No. 313 Main street, Memphis. C'lianeerT .le r Keal Estate. No. 2191, B CbaoceiT Court of Sbe'.by county. K. c Jones et tu. ia. in. jumiier el au BT virtue of aa Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause oo the 24th octet --t. 1877. M. B. 1H, p. 3HH. and renewed July 10. 1ST;. U. B. 2.".. p. K8, I will sell at public auct ion, to the b'gbest bid..er. in front ot Ih-s Cleik and Jaasler's ottlce, eouiinouse of the Txiiig-tllrlct of bheiby county iie Metnphisi. Tenuesst-e. ntlsnlsF, lesfsriab-rr VSO. 1K79. within lel hours, the folio Ing dt-sciibwd property, situated In Shelby oonty. TetmesMse. to-wtt: An undivided one-third Interest In a lot of land tn Mem phis, Tenn., beginning at a tke on the went side of Turley street ( feet from tbe southwest comer of Beale and Turley streets, running thence west paral lel with Beale street WO feet to a take; thence south (sO feet to a stake; thence eat wo feet to a tke on west elde Turley street; thence north with Turley street r(0 feet to the be 1 mi Ing. Terms ot 8 ile on a er-dit of seven and twelve months; purchaser to execute note wllh ap;rove4 security; lien retained. Ai This November 2'i. 179. H. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. L. B. HcFarland. Jarnagln A Fi.-iyser, H. C klnc solicitors. "haDeerr No. I85.'i.B Chancery court of Shelby county, L. B. M' Far land vs. A. D. Betstand, et aL Bt vtMtt. of -M uuMlMuioiy ,um lor f ale. en tered in the above csuse on Juiyp, 1877. 3L B.18 p 571. and renewed Murch 11.1k71, I will e,l, at public aacttoo. to the highest bidder. In front of tbe clerk and master's ofhos, courthouse of Sheiliy county. Memphis, Tennessee, on Mat ard ay, Hrrrmber SO. 179, within legal hours, the followlngdescrtbed propwrtr, situated tn Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: of U.h Eeistand subdivision, a plat or diagnun ot which is of record and on file In said cause, andtowbrh reference is maoe for more p-u-teularl'.y, to-wl: Lot 8 Beginning 2XI feet south of Hel-tand avenue, at the southeast corner of lot 7. and fronting en Currin avenue 120 feet, and running back west be tween parti 'H Hues 185 feet to lot 5. Lot 1 3- Beginning at the northwest corner of lot 1 3. on Currin areuuw, and running south wllh ef t4 line of Currin avenus 23t feet; thence eastward ly with Mansfield avenue 244 feet; thence north T-'i feet to the southeast corner of lot 14; thence we4 18o feet to the beginning. Lot 17 Beginning at the cirner of Eelstand an J Currin avenues, and running south, with Li. east Una of Currin avenua 120 feet, and thence back between paw Ik 1 lines 185 feet. Lot 18 BeglnnlDg at tbe northwest eomer of Helstaad and Mansfield avenues and running south with the west line of MansCeld avenue UO feet, and thence back west bttween parallel line 185 feet to lot 17. Lot 4 Fronting on east side of Balelgh avenue 1 20 feet, bounded on the north by lot 5, eaat by lot 9 and south by lot 8. Lot 7 Fronting on tbe west side of Currin avernne 200 feet, bounded on the north by Hetstand avenue, on the west by lot 0 and on tbe south by lot 8. Lot 0 Fronting on the west side of Currin avenue 120 feet, bounded on the north by lot 8, west by lot 4 and south by lot 10. Lot 12 Fronting ou the west side of Cunin ave nue 84 feet, bounded on the south by Mansfield avenue and M. and C, B. B, west by lot 1 and north oy tot it. Lot B Fronting on east side of Raleigh averue 120 feet, bounded on the north by lot 4, east by lot iu, una soma oy ioi 2. Lot 5 Fronting on east side of Raleigh ave nue 120 feet, bounded on the north by lot ti, east by lot 8, and south by lot 4. Lot 10 Fronting on west sldv of Currin avenue 1 20 feet, bounded on tbe north by tot U. west bv lot a, and south by lot 1 1 . Lot 15 Fronting 120 feet on east side ot Currlo avenue, bounced west by lot Id, east by lot 20, and scum ny 101. 14. Lot 20 Fronting on west side of Mnsfleld ave nue 120 feet, bounded on the north by lot lit, west by lot 15. and soulu by lot21. Lot 1 Fronting n leet on east side or Raleigh avenue, bounded on the north by lot 2. east by tut 1 2. and south by lot 12 and Memphis and Charleston railroad. Lot 2 Fronting 110 feet on east aide of Bile'.eh avenue, bounded on the north by lot 3, east by lot 11, and south by lot 1. - Lot 1 1 Fronting on west side of Currin event, 110 feet, bounded on the north bf lot 10. west bv lot 2, and south by lot 12. Also a lot commetKlng at LeOuerre's, northwest corner on east side of Or leans street. 75 feet north of the northeast Inter section of Washington and Poplar streets, thence Dona wun ine east Blue 01 1 ineans street r0 r-e, tbetice east to Hoist's lot In the rear, thence aouth with Hoist's lot to Le-tiuerre's nort .east corner, thence west with LfGoerre's north line to the pi ace of beginning. It being the same lot on which I siiuai-a in- nouse rso. Orleans street, all tu lb City of Memphis, Shelby County, 1 ennessee. Terms of -sLle On a credit of 7 and 12 month. Kurchasers neeutlng notes with approve t secuilU, earing Interest, lieu retained, etc This November 22. 187 . R. J. BLACK. Clerk arid Master. L. B. M'Farland. solicitor for cuniplaiur.n. Sheriff's Sale of Personal Properly. PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HERKBY IVFN. That by virtue of an order 01 sitle to me oliecte.1 lroiu tha Honorable Chancery Court ot Shelby coimlr, Tenn., In the case of S Mansfield 4 Co vs. 3. J. K-b-ols et al., entered of record ou the 5lh day of De cember, 187K. 1 will, on fHaitarday, eeetmbep go, H79. In legal hours. In tbe town of Cuba. Shelby county, Tenn.. proceed to sell to the highest bidder, for canh, the following described pn ieriy, to-wlt: Two Mnlrt and one Hur-e. levied on by attach ment as tbe prop erty ol S. J.Echols. Mempbi., el 11 day or Decem ber, 187U. K L. M'l.uWlN, Sheriff of Shelby county, Teon. By Henry Ti TPiftltHui. D. S. W. P. Wilson. Atl'y fer plaintiff. Trnisitee'fa Hale. BT deed recorded In Register's office of Shelby county. In book 12T.. page 531. i. W. Tni-hatt andb'Swi e, M. S. Iruen rt, cunveyed to in. tu trust a certain boue and lot In nrmplit Tnines see, therein described; the lot fretitiug 41 f et en thee-4 side ot Second street, and ai.Jainl!'t in south side of tbe alley between I'up'ar and W.uui Ington 3teets. and running westward bou 14, fer-t to the alley b-tween Main and Second streets, to s cure PatoQ 4 Co. the rajuieul of tliiee noles there in set out, given by Truebart and wile fr thi ls -anoe of lb" purrbase money ol s ild pmtieriy. i. rt."tt" gat ng SJ552. atl bearing interest Inun Ihelnihoi June 1878. In default of tha payment of n-iy ol said notes, or the taxes on said property, the ttu-t-e Is f.utboilzed lo advertise and S"ll; and In that event all the nuie. become due and payab.eout ul ll:e p(" ce-t'dsot li-eiila Tnet-wotirsl or aui rules and certa n taxes ar due and unaiil I will, ilie e'ure, on w ED.tEribAY. Dec-niU-r 24. Is7. at t-velw o'c'ock. at the southa-et-t ccrn -r of Madls' ii snd Main slree.s, Memphis, t.e!l toths htgumtt ti.di)-', tor casu, t e above described i mirti, fur the pur poseof paying said uo es, Interes, ud laea TM right or redeuipl on Is waived, and tt.e purchaser takes absoiuld title, which 1 believed 10 be -erlrci but I convey only as truntess. On the IU is a cwumi dluus itso-atory bile re.sld-nce. No it -poud stieet. It. hlCtlMuMi. Tni-im , TKUSTEE'S SALE. TTNDEB and by vMtie of two trust deeds eyisruted J to us by H. Koebler and wre. A. M. K 'fhler. -Ltued December 2U, 187H, and May' ', lS7-, ai.d of record In record book oltim-7. i,flt;e ;7.' d volume 8, page 14, of the HeidMor's otliee of Si' 8Usl.pl county, Arkansas, tomlilcii le etencen 1" e ma:e, we will, at the reijuent of Ibe ben-tlai.in- thff In, and for the purpose ot paying ibe li.de bit dues therein sweured, on Tae.Rd.y-, Jatry O, lsso, at 11 tyrlock a iu , al th. ,-uiitiiw.i cutuec ef Mala and Madison str-eU, in the -itj of Mem bis, t-heioy county. T-nn , offer for sale, r.ud sell 10 tLe blithest bidder, for each, the following de-scnlK-d reaielai situated, li'ng ami being In Ml-sissl. pi cxuit-t, r kausas. and described as fullows: Fr .n initial -ecliea 14, townblp 14, range Heist: eoiirltst tjnt c-c-tton 14 township 14. Itinaev east; sou' i;ea.st l, u! rec tlon 15, townbU 14, range H east, c nitliiine l4 I acres, more or less, and known as ih H- ct.r Piaoe. All right of redemption and bomr-ettad is walvr-t, and we believe lLt title to be gotsl. I' a rlt it trus tees only, w. k. TAVl oa bialUj ft CoUler. Iters. Q. w. uacha K. T.'t' e 1 1 tat