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nJHCE AXli COMERCL
MOSEY 8 FEB CETT.,KET YOBK
EXCIIANtJE hi PKESllM.
Col ton Qniet and 1-lSe Lower, Middling-
ll-10r; Sales, 750 lliles
Provisions Strong and
Money in stood demand st 8 per
cent Tho cotton market yesterday
was qniet and 1-16: lower. Sales, 750
bales, on a basis of S 1110 for mid
dling; receipts, 1367 bales; stock, 139,-'
601 bales. At New York spots closed
qniet, middling 9 316c; futures very
steady and 2 to 4 points higher, Febru
ary, 9.099.10c At New Orleans spots
closed easy, middling, 8 11-lCc; futures
dnll bnt steady and 2 to 4 points higher,
February, 8.79S.80c At Liverpool,
spo's were dull in bnyei's favor, quo
tations unchanged, middling 5d; fa
tares sUaly and l-64d higher, Febru
ary 4 58-64d. Receipts at all United
Sta'ee ports yesterday, 25,581 bales.
Provisions ttrong and advancing.
JOHN Ja. NORTON
0 Madison St , Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BOXDS
anCorrepandrnce ollrllcd. Infor
nation cheerfully farnlaheol.-tsa
Money in good demand It 8 per
cent. The Ctearing-House report is as
Tuesday, February 2.1'Wl .US ill t 54.710 56
Thus far this week.... ftft.510 27 V0,148 48
Same time last week. W'l.tMS 2.1 l;w,S15 14
Cor. time 1NH5 67S.1KH 80 7S.915 55
Cor. time lt4 biW,4-W 7D 147,020 43
Nw TnrV iih An all DnlnLS..' 0
Mew England demand
New Kogland sight..... S dis
New Orleaus - - dil par
In the first column we aire the prico bid.
and In the second tbe price asseu.
Bank of Comineroe...
Union A Planters
l; fa 140
Home ... ffl 60
Bluff City - 10) ...
Peoples...- 0 ( M
Planters. - -....101 (1105
Phoenix. S8 100
MomphisCity 102 M105
Vn(lerbilt 1 19
Hernando 100 ( ...
Arlinnton 2 A -
Factors 20 (i 25
TennoKdee certificates. Dand E.... MY, C7!
Tennessee warrniits, series wi (mm
ShelbyCounty bonds 104 MlfO
ShelSy County warrants 19 99
Taxing-IJiftriot 4, 6's W ( 90
Taiin-Di8triot6'a 99 HO
MvmnhiiiKtnr.'LA Comnreps Co 107 (4110
Memphis (las Company stock.. ... M (3 t&
Memphis Has Company bonds......lin4'4 ...
Memphis WatnrCn. bonds 9i (i) ...
Hnnaucr Oil Works 60
City Oil Works 45
Pioneer Cotton-Mills (4
American Cotton Oil trusts 20 (4 21
Memphis City Kailway Dondi lou (91U2
Kbw York, February 2. Money on
call easy at 1 J(aja per cent., closing
strong at 3 per cent, rnme mercan
tilenarver. 4 S5 per cent. Sterling ex
change quiet and firm at 487 tor 60 days
and 489 lor demand.
Bonds Government bonds were dull
and steady -to-day. State bonds wore
very dull and 'firm. There wai an
native and well distributed business in
rsilroad bonds. Total sales, J3,62,000,
Without special activity in any issue,
prices are generally nigner.
Stocks The coal slocks have bad
genuine boom to day, notwithstanding
the fact that the publication by the
Innsvlvania Coul Company yesterday
of its present schedule price showed
heavy reduction from the schedule
prices of tbe oast year, and the further
rumors that tbe other coal companies
had mtt the Pennsylvania's prices,
Lckawanna opened lower, at 121,
the lowest Drice at which it sold. Dur
inir the f irencoi it rose steadily to
1 2GJ. In the last hour, however, there
was a reaction to 124J, aid it closed
higher with a net gain of 3 per cent.
and with sales of 158 220 ehares, or
over 25 per cent, of the total day's
hnuiness. Tbe Btrett was will Bup
plied with rumors intended to show
the i auee of this advance, including a
atorv to th& eflHct that the rennsyi
vania Railroad Company was to secure
control of the Iteading, and that the
Lackawanna and Lehigh Val'ey and
Pennsylvania railroads were t J control
the cca' trade of the fature,
None of them could be either ven
fled or disproved, but tbe alvance is
-. attributed ti manipulation, ttaiaware
and Hudf on. in sympathy, made a net
advance of 1 1 . and Uentral oi new J er
eey i, but Reading lost 1. Lake Shore,
Uoaturn TTninn and St. Paul contrib
uted 55 ner cent, more to the total
transactions, and the remainder of the
hnsineRB was widely distributed. The
total aales were 554.284 shares. With
few exceptions the general list, other
tnan tnose stocss aireauy meouooeu,
are fractionally lower. Soithern Pa
cific co union, however, is down 1
Anions the grangers. Northwestern
made a net ioos of 1. and St. Paul J
Lake Shore is unchanged, and New ,
York Central is J lower. Wei tarn
Union sold up to 73, and cloed i
lower, with a net advance of . Union
Pacific is op i, and Oregon Navigation
aid Missouri Pacific eaoh J.
The total sales o! Btocks to-dav were
551,282 sharps, including Canada
Southern, 52,750; Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western, 158,220; Dela
ware and Hudson, 14,692; Erie, 22,-1-85;
Kansas and Texai. 16,284; Like
Shore, C4.491; Louisville and Nash
ville, 14,700; Northwestern, 16 570;
New Jersev Central, 22,676 ; New York
Central, 9165; Pacific Mail, 14,660; St.
Paul, .'!4,S30; St. Panl and Omaha,
14500; Union Fabric, 80,600; Western
Union 3S,52 ; Northern Pacific pre
ferred, 1 2,6)5; Oregon Transconti
nental, 12,118. Closing quotitions:
IT. S. 3s, Wx4. New 4s. 124.
New 4!is, 112X. ' PaoiBo 6 ol 1395, 120.
C. P. firsts, 11.T-J. T. P. land tranU,39.
Erie seconds, T. P., Kio (i. div., 5.
Le'h A Wilkes. ,li5 U. P. firsts, ll.V,.
Louisiana concols, 64. V. P. land c. lii
Missouri 6s, l(i. U. P. s. tund. 121!-i.
tit. Joph, 120";;. Virginia 6s, 44.
t-t.P. AS.C.lsti.liT. Va. con.', ex-m. ., 53.
Tenn. (, old, ".oS. Va. con. dcf., IVA,
Tenn. bs, new.C'!i.
Adams Express, 15. Nashville AC, 47VJ.
Allethenx Central. N. J. Central, 4ri-,-.
Alton A T. 11., 4 -' i. Norfolk A W. pft. 28.
A. A I.
II. ptd. W
oriosrn rae., zi.
Northern P. pfd. 59'.
N. Y., C A St. L..9
C. A N. w.,uvyt.
C. A N W.,pfd, m)i.
N. Y. Central, 1(!.
Ohio Central, 'i
Ohio t Mise.,2)'.
O. A Miss, pfd, tl'-i.
Ontario A West., 19.
B..C. R. AN-.fii.
Canada Pac. ('?.
Canada South 4 s
-Central Paci6c, 41.
Chesapeake AO. .11.
C. A 0. 1st pfd, 19.
C. A 0.2.1 pfd, 13.
Chicago A Alton, 141.
4J. A A. ptd, 155.
asvu, uv uosoweju.
,B. AQ..139. Oreaoa Nay., V&i.
,SuL.,AN.O. Orecon Trans.. USi.
. fit. L. A P.. 14. Oruon Imn.. 29.
., Si. L. A P. p. 31. Pacific Mail, M.
S. AC. 32.
a. n it
Peoria, D. A K., 21.
Pullman P. O, 1334.
Rock Island, 12S.
St. L.A8. F.22W
St. L. A S. F. P, 4.r'.
C. M. A St. P.. 2'.
Ial. L. A W.. 124 'i.
Den. A Kio U., 174.
Erie Did. 52.
t TflDB.a 4.
Eut Tenn. ptd. TVs
rt Wayne, 14
Hannibal A St. Jo,- C. K. A St. P. p. 122'..
A SU Jo pld. . bt. P., al. A 114'g.
Houston A T.. 30.
St. P. A O. pld.. lUi?
Texas Pacific, IS.
I'nion Paoifie, 5'.Ta.
II. d. Express. 62
W., St. L, A P., 10
W.. St. L. A P.p. 1
W.AF Ka .li).
Colorado Coal. 23X.
Iron Silver, 235.
Illinois !en, 141.
ad. B. A W .. ."'i.
Kansas T.j Sufi.
Lake E. A W .. U.
,ake boor, be'a.
Loo. Nash., 4li.
Lou. N. A., .
M. AO., 1st pld, -.
M. A C. 2.1 pld. -.
Mam. A Char.. 36.
Mich. Central. 73,
a-iiou. ttnuii, vviang, ow.
M in. A bt. L., 194. Quicksilver. T.
M. A St. L. pfd.47S. QuicksilvorpM. 25.
M issoori Pao. 1 10. South Pacific, .
Mobile A O.. lr'. Sotro. IS.
London, February 2. Consols, 100
10 fr both money and the account.
Bar silver, 46J per ounce.
Bbrlin. February 2. The statement
of the Imperial Bank of Germany
shows an increase in specie of 6,94.1,
Paris, February 2. Three per cent
rentes, 82f 17c for the account.
CHASINGS AND BALANCES.
Baltimore, Md., February 2. Bank
clearings, 2,440,787; balances, $357,-
New York, February 2. Ex
changes, f 125,712,111; bu'ances, $7,
844,041.' Philadelphia, Pa., February 2.
Bank clearings, 213,682,438; balances,
Boston. Mass., February 2. Clear-
tig-House statement: Exchanges, 15,-
417,049; balances, $2,637,611.
Cuicaqo, III , February 2. The as
sociate! bank clearings were increased
by monthly settlements to $11,777,-
St. Louis,vMo., Febrnary 2. Bank
clearings, $2,737,050; balances, $4r8,-
113. exchange on New York, eaiy at
The local market ooened easy, and
cloeed quiet and 1-1 (1c lower ; middling,
8jc. Sales, 7o0 halMS, of which 600
to expmters and 150 to spinners.
Yesterday. Day before.
e :-! n-;-j,
8 11 U 8 '4
Middling Fair. ....'
, 8 ;i S1-103S9-W
Mxmphib, February 2, 145.
Stock, September 1, 1835..
llome consumption to date
Stock, ranning account...
Thus far this week............
Thus tar last week . ..
Sinoe September 1st
Memphis and Charleston Railroad 148
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. 78
Louisville and Nashville Railroad... 144
Memphis and Little Hock Railroad.. 140
Memphis, belma andrunswiek K.R. 56
Wagons and other sources....... 2i
Thus far this week
Tbus far last week
Since September 1st .
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.
Louisville and Nashville Railroad...
Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W. K.R
Memphis, Selma and Urunswiok U.K.
Total.....:..:.......:..... . 1.771
New York spots opened quiet, and
closed quiet. Sales, 691 bales. Quo
tations were as follows :
Yesterday. Say before.
Ordinary 1 9-14 6 9-16
Hood ordinary 7 15-10 7 15-16
Low middling 8'A V'i
Mid.Uin 9 3-16 9 3-lfl
Good middling 9 9-ltf 9 9-16
Middling lair.. ....... .....I" a-io iu a-i
Fair -...10 13-16 10 13-16
New York f utures opened quiet, and
closed very steady. Sales, 75,200
bales. The closing quotations were as
follows, as compared with Saturday :
Yesterday. Pay bofore.
February... 9.69 t 9.10 9.04 9.tl7
March 9.17(.J9.I8 9.14 4 9.15
April ... 9.27(4 9.2H 9.23HJ 9.24
M.. .S7.j 0.88 9.34 4 9.35
Jane 9 47(9 9.48 9.414 9.45
July . 9.55 4 9.56 9.5:14 9.54
August 9.644 9.65 9.624 9.63
K,,t,nhr 9.42 9.4t . 9.4114 9.41
Ootober 9.263 9.2S 9.24(9 9.25
TbeNewOrleans scot market opened
auifct. and closed easy. Sales, 6750
Ordinary 7 3-18 J 3-16
Good ordinary 7 13-16 7 13-16
Low middling 8 3-16 8 8-lij
Mi,l,ll,n. 8 11-16 8 11-16
Good middling 9 7-16 9 7-16
The New Orleans future market
opened fct'ady. and closed dull but
steady. Sales, 22,200 bales. The clos
inz Quotations were ns follows, as
compared with Saturday :
Yesterday. Day before.
Febrnary.... ...... 8.794 8.80 8.74 8.76
March..... 8.78 4 8.80 8.744 8.75
April. .. 8 81(4 8.!H) 8.8i' 8.86
Un - 8.03 9.04 8.99(il
June 9.164 9 17 9.114 9.12
July . 9.274 9.28 9.224 9.23
August 9.314 9.:i2 9.274 9.28
September 9.014 9.02 8.93 8.98
October... 8.854 8.87 8 8t 8.84
K,,mKr - 8.75a 8.70 8.734 8.74
December (4 8.734'8.75
D AILYPORT ASP INTERIOR MARKETS,
Total receipU at ports, this day, 18i....25,5Hl
Total receipts at ports, mis uj. i ...u,
"4 day;::!.:..: a,w 39.133 51,802
Exports to Gruit , ... ,
Britain ' 35.577i 31.3151 46,313
Stock 11,081,972, 8i9,9JJ l,0ia,3S
RT:;U in0e SePt-!4.152.71V,,1.132.1(V5!4.(X5.765
r , . . . . it a .
Foreign exports ... 2.5V.88 j.837.430 2.56i.47
Inoreasein receiats this year 20,000
Liverpool spots at noon were quoted
drill, in hnvera' favor. Sales. 7000 bales,
nf whinh 580tl Wfire American. Ke-
ceipts, 2i,000 bales, of which 15,700
At noon: Ordinary, 4jd; Rood ordi
45d; low middline. 4 13-16d
good middling, 5 5-16d; middling up.
Unrlu fill : middline- Orleans, 5id.
Manchester cloths steady, somewhat
In.ntive: varna dull and inanimaw
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady; February, 4 58 tild; feDruary
March,4 57-644 58-64d ; March-April
4.5!).fi4.1 : Anril-VTftV.4 60 044 61-64d
May-June, 4 63-64d; Jnne-Juiy,
6 1-615 2-61d ; July-Augutt,
At 2 n.m .: Livarnool futures were
cr.iy; February, 4 57-64d buyes ; Feb-
niarv-Marcti. 4 57-tHd oayera; ruarcu-
Anril A Rl).Hi,l anllnrfl . Atiril-Ma ,'
60 64d buyers: Mav-June, 4 62-64d
Committee on Reform In the J
buyers; June-July, 5 l-64d buyers;
Ja!yAngu8t, 5 4-64d buyers; Angust-
September, 6 7-64 d buyers.
At 5 p m. Liverpool futures were
s-teady; February, 4 58 Old sellers;
February-March. 4 68-64d sellers;
March-April, 4 69 til J sellers; April-
May, 4 61-64d sellers; May-Jnne,
4 63-0 id sellers; June-July. 5 2-64d
sellers; July-August, 5 5-6 Id sellers;
August-September, 6 8 041 sellere.
The following is tbe. record of the
bids and oilers at tbe)Call Board ot the
Merchants' bxcoange yetitsrday:
No. 2. white, soot, 40Jo bid; Feb
ruary, 41e bid, 42Jc asked; March,
41c bid, 43o aaknd; April, 43s bid,
No. 2, spot, 35c bid, 36 asked ; March,
38c o. t. bid; April, 40c bid; May, 42,c
bid, 43 ic asked.
No. 2, spot, 32c bid, 35c a iked;
February. 32c o. t. bid, 3 1 Jc anked ;
April, 352 asked; Ua, 33c bid, SC3
March, $16 asked;. April, $15 asked;
April, $15 50 salted.
February, $1 05 bid, $2 asked;
March, $2 bid; April, $2 10 bid, $2 25
asked; May, $2 20 bid, $2 35 asked.
Corn White, 47c; mixed, 46c, from
store; from levee or depot, white,
44c; mixed, 42c.
Hay Choice, froca store,S5c; prime,
7580c; prairie, 60c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $15; prime,
$13 60; prairie, $8.
Oats White, 38c; mixed, 37c, from
store. Round lota from levee on
track white, sacked, 35c; mixed,
sacked, 34 c.
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $3 50 from
Cornm bat, Standard, $2 152 25;
pearl, $3 253 60 from store; 6c
cheaper from mill, levee or track.
Floor From store, double extra,
; triple extra, ; family, 4(S
4 25 ; choice, $4 254 50 ; fancy, $4 76
(S)5; extra lancy, $5 255 75; patents,
$6(u)6 25; round lota from levee or
track, 10c cheaper; car lots choice,
$3 85(4 05 ; family, $3 603 75 ; fancy,
$4 304 50; extra fancy, $4 7o5;
patents. $-5 25(35 60.
Bran From store, 65o per cwt;'
round lots from levee, $15 per ton.
Beans Navy, $2 25 ; medium, $2.
Rich LDuisuna, 4j5Jc; Carolina,
Hominy and Grits From stora,
$3 253 60.
Crackbd Wiibat In half-barrels,
$1 50 from store.
Crackbrs Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 5c; lemon cream crack
era, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7io; ginger snaps, extra,
5c ; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c ; as
sorted jambleB, 9c.
Kansas City, Mo., February 2.
Wheat lower: cash, 72c asked; March,
73c; May, 8J2(W.83c. Corn quiet;
rash. 272o bid. 27x0 asked; Marcb,
28ic bid, 28 jc asked ; May, 34Jc. Oats
nominal; Way, aic Die, 312.0 oaxea.
6t. Louis, Mo., February 2. Flour
rm: H um.i w, lamuy, i m
$3 40 ; extra, $3 704 8.5 ; patents 10
as 50. Wheat dull and depressed ; the
market opened Jic oil for May, raU
lied ic, declined jo. recovered ana
closed 3(3lc lower than yesterday ; No.
2 red, cash, VJC, .reDruary, wjjc,
March. 93Jc; May, 05J(SJ96c, closing
06()96jc. Uom dun, weas anu
lower, closing ic under yeaterday ;
No. 2 mixed, casn. 338c: feoruary,
33c; March, 34 Jc; May, 37,37i(4
.7 Sc. closing at 37i371o. Oats steady
but very dull: No. 2 mixed, cash, 27 J
fS28c: May. 31ic. Rye. dull at Wic,
lAtrley duil; Canada, 97c; American,
6080c. Flaxseed, $1 00. Bran quiet;
61c at mill ; 62c on east track. Oorn-
mftfti scarce, 1 8o($l W. iteceipis
Flour. 3000 brls ; wheat, 6000 bu ; corn,
43,000 bu ; oats, 21,000 bu ; rye, none ;
barley, 2000 bu. Shipments Flour,
7000 brls; wheat, 1000 bu ; corn, 8000
bu; oats, 0000 ba; rye, none; barley,
Afternoon Board. Wheat easy and
i lower. Corn easy and a shade
ower. Oati quiet ana uncnangea.
Chicago, III., February 2. There
was a very apatlietic leeung in ine
wheat pit during most of the session
tj-day, although some interest was
excited during the first hour, owing
o the modeiutsly free ollenngs oi
several large local operators. The
visible supply figures correspond very
closely to the estimates made by the
traders yesterday, and its publication
had uo effect upon the course of
values. The cables were quite weak
in tone, which aided to depress tiie
feeling here. May delivery negau at.
86c, sold oft steadily to 8ic, rallied to
8Jc, and closed at 1 o'clock at 85i
85jc. In the afternoon very few
trades were made, the market clo3ing
at 858a BBked for May. There was no
feature to speculation In either corn
or Ott's, and prices showed very little
change. Flour steady and unchanged.
Wheat opened steady, eoiu ou ju,
rallied Jc, and closed jo under yes
terday. raiea rangea: reoruary, .
faMKHn. closed at 80ic: March, 80
fa)ft)ic, closed at 80c; May,
85J86c, closed at 85 ll-16c; June,
86j$87 Jc, closed at 87ic; No. 2 spring,
80(a)80Jo: No. 3 spring, 71 Jc. Corn
nnifit and steadv: caul). 36 6-16c; Feb-
........ ; , .... . . , , n,(
ruary, ao i-iomwo a-roc, nueeu v ou a
16c; March. 36 6-1036jc, closed at
36(c; May, 40 e iOfoO 7-16a, closed
at 40 5-lOc. Oats steady; cash, 2Sr.t)
Mn; Fnhruarv. 28 9-16c:May 31 ie,
Kye firmer; o. a, osje. uaney
ptAadv: No. 2.60c. Flaxseed quiet;
No. 1, $1 12J. Receipts Flour, 12,000
hrln! wheat. 9000 bu: corn. 124,000
bu; oats, 159,000 ba; rye, 3000 bu;
barley, 0S.OOU DU. onipmenis nuur,
10.0(H) brls: wneat. its.otAi du; corn,
118.000 bu : oats. 65,000 bu ; rye, 4000
bu; barley, 59,000 bn.
Afternoon Hoard. w neat easy, cios-
inor at 855c asked fjr May. Corn ana
oif.s unchanged. .
BoTTKB-Creamery, 3S10a; dairy,
172')c; buttenne, 1416 J ; country
loiTAiRn. apr-nniinu to condition.
flHKKSE Prime flUs. 78c; New
York factory, 8b; full cream, 11 J 12c;
Maws foRK Uld, 10 0(cyn Pr
barrel; new, $11 7a12 per barrel;
nno-ar-nrired hams, packed, 94(a!10C
breakfast bacon ;cjyc ciear no ua-
Bulk Pork Clear sides, 66 Jc;
clear rib sides, 66e; long clear,
Cteln: alinnldara. 4(4ic.
Lard Tierces,6J(rti6lc ; half-barrels,
6jc; kegs, eje; bucKets, 77Jc; half
buckets, Yt'oWiC; on-in una, oiir
20-lb tins,6J65c;ltVlb tins, 6j7Jc
5-lb tins, 77Jc; 3-lb tins, 7J7c
rhoice fcett'e. tierces. 7 (a, 1c.
Fresh Mbats Beef Good Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 7c
cows and heifers, 6)c; mutton, 7c
limbs. Kir: nnrk. 6c.
Pios-FBBT Brls, $0 509;half-brls,
Cincinnati, O., February 2. Pork
dnll. f 11 25. Lard firmer O-Wjojc,
Bulk meats held out of market. Bacon
"rg, Lkl.'v.Pa. J ioVf.YjUw, Ti'TTloH. wbj7;
stronger; shoulders, 4c; short rib,
6& short clear, 61c Butter qniet;
Northwestern extra creamery. 3-x-!)
36c; good to prime creamery, 2030c;
choice dairy, roll, 1215c. I??
stronger and higher, 17(i.l8c. Cheese
qtuet; cuoice cured uiiio lactory, yj
St. Locis, Mo., February 2. Pro
visions generally tinner, bnt quiet.
Pork quiet, $11 3iJ. Lard firmer, 6c
Balk meats, loose lota firmer; held
at long clear, 6 60c; short rib, 5jc;
short clear, 6.85e; boxed lota long
clear, 5$c; short ribs, 5jc; short clear,
tic Bacon steady ; long clear, 5 90c;
short ribs, 6.0 j(i(ic; short clear, 6jc.
Butter creamery, 2o('.30c; aairy, 16!J
24c. Eggs steadier, 16c.
Chicago, III., February 2. Mess
pork active and stronger; the market
opened 10c higher, advanced 57 Jc ad
ditional, receded 10c, but rallied again
to medium figure, closing steady;
cash, $11 20; Febrnary, $11 15ll 22,
closed at $11 20U 22 J; March, $11 15
U 2),cloeed at $11 2.,(U 25; May,
$U35(all 45, closed at $11 40. Lard
qti'et but firm; cash and February, 6J
615c; March, 6.17J6.20c ; May,
6.27J6.30c. Boxed mnatssteady ; dry
salted shoulders, 3.954c; short rib
aides, 6J5 60c; short clear sides, 5 80
5.85c Butter firm; creamery, 21
33c; dairy, 1625c. Kgge, 9J20J.
Afternoon Hoard. rotl stronger,)
Soap $2 10 3 50 per case.
CoyrsB Common, 8JSJc; ordi
nary. 99Jc; prime Kio, 10llc;
choice to fancy, HJ12Jc: old gov
ernment, 23(A25c; Ceylnn, 20c.
Sboab eastern yenow, otW'to;
pure w. c white, 6?7c; off while,
6,6jc; yellow clarified, 6J6e;
open kettle, 6iGc, refined A, 7i
7ic; granulated, lie: powdered, Sic;
cut loaf, 8io.
Salt flisoyi auperDarrei; sacxs,
fine, $1 60; coarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, ii7c ; car-loads from levee
or depot, 6o cheaper.
Molabhbs Louisiana, common to
fair, 2327c; prime to choice, 4655c;
syrup, 2540c: common to fair, 25
33c; prime to choice, 3540c.
Candies Sticks, all sites, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7iSc.
Candlbs Full weight, HCi)llJo.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27
30c; other grades and styles, 2585c.
Knufi Garrett's, $10 85 per cane;
lialph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Cannbd Goods, btc. Prices ier
dozen: Pineapples nominal; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 3 il 60; seconds,
fl 151 2; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
OOcfSjSl ; 3-lb, f 1 10(?)1 20; strawberries,
$1 301 40; raspberries, $1 151 25;
blackberries, $11 15; greengages,
$1601 75; pears, $22 25; plums,
$1 60 1 70; asparagus, $2 654;
green corn,$ll 15; green peas, $1 50
1 75 ; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb,
fllOl 15; cove oysters, full weight,
2-lb, $1 90195; cove oysters, light
weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oysters, light
weight, 2-lb, $110; condensed milk
Orown, $6; iagle, ; bwiss. o.
New York, February 2. Coflee
spot fair Rio dull; options steady and
moderately active ; No. 7 Rio, 0 70c ;
aales, 1 13,750 bags; Febrnary, 0 65c;
March, 6.65c; May, 060c; June,
6.03c; July, 6.70c; December, 0.85c.
Sugar dull; O. BK'ilc; extra 0,68
5c; yellow. 4J5 1-1 6c; cut-loaf and
crushed, 6lc; . powdered, 6a6ic;
granulated, 6 7-166Ji ; cnhes,6 ll-16c.
Molasses quiet and unchanged. Rice
in steady demand.
ArPLits Apples, $2 252 50 from
store; $22 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried anples, 34o per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Vegetables Onions, $2 753 25
per car-load, from levee or depot. Po
tions Irish, northern. $2 25(.i)2 50,
acked : car-loads from levee or depot,
$22 25 per barrel. Cabbage, 9llo
per head. Krout, oris, yxflio ; nan
brls, $2 753. Garlic, 40Ca)60c per lou.
Fboit Oranges, luiBiana, none;
Florida, $33 60 per box. Lomons,
3 504 per box. uananas, oucw
100 per bunch. Cocoanuts, 4
per $1 00. Peanuts Virginia, 0
7c; Tennessee, farmer's stock, 2Jc;
recleaned, 3J(a4 Jc ; roasted, 2 Jc higher ;
shelled, 10c. Almonds, 1820o. Cheal-
nuts green, I2jiic ; dry, none.
Raisins 1indon layers, $d oo; lay
ers, $2 76; California, ; Imperial,
$3 504. '
Pickles in lars, pints, wc; quarts,
$160; half gallons, $2 50; gallons,
$.175; loose, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, iu ou; mix
Pecans Texas. 5(M4c lor sman to
m'edium, 10 14c for large; Arkansas,
VyALNCTS French, 12c; Naples,
15c; Grenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Omits. Missouri. $77 eOper barrol
and $44 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky
barrels, 6 &(Ky; iweniucxy nan-Da
rale ti VinpL'ur. llf.iilfk: ner eallon.
Poultry t urkeys, per uozen, oti9
12:ffRwe. 1(S14: ducks. $3: chickens,
good demand, $23; dressed turkeyB,
scarce, 1Z(14C perpouna.
Pita Mackerel nau-Darreis. 110. t.
$130(4 75; No. 2, $-3 603 76 ; A o.
3, $2 753; 101b kit. No. 1, 80c; No.
n .,1 - . 1E1U V. O tlln Tir har.
uc; i(riw, iu. i, um.,
rincs, lamuy, boo per pox.
(1au Venison, wnoie. Jiatoc; sau-
dlBS.6T-i8c: bear. 6(2 8c; wild turkeys,
6075c; ducks, $1 602 50; squirrels,
75c; ouaiie. 70c(ati; prairie cuicaeuo,
6; game usu,oti4o.
Eoos Scarce, (i)-'.4C
Coal-Oil rrime white, wholesale
lots, 15c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., Febrnary 2. Petro
leum quiet; s.w., 111) , oc.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Febnarv 2. l'etro-
leum dull but firm; National transit
certificates opened at 823c and closed
at 82gc; highest price, s-ijc; lowett,
W1IIHKT. WINKM, I.IQIOBN, FTC.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
fc'T. Louis, Mo., February 2. Whisky
$1 10. .
Chic ago. III., February 2. Whisky
tteaiy, $1 10.
flmriNKATi. ().. February 2.
Whisky strong, $1 30; sales of 851 bar
rels of finished goods on this basis.
BtUUINu) AND TIES.
Bagging Jute, 9llc; flax, 10
lOJc, according to weight. Ties, $1 20
1'OTIOJI-SEEU, OIL, Etc.
Seed Delivered at depot and
wharf, $3 per ton; on bank of river
(f. o. b. bot), $6; wagon at mills $8.
Meal Prime f. o. b., $15 per ton.
Less than cr-load lots, $15 50. From
store, 90c sack. Cakb Nominal; $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crude C. S. oil, 21c; prime summer
yellow, 2728c; off-summer yellow,
2526c; miners', 27(?-30a; choice cook
ing summer yellow, 2830c.
HOUSE AID MILES.
Hobsk' Good driving, $1252',0;
good saddle, $1403O0 ; plugs, $35S0;
good mares, $r15140.
Mulks-141 to 15, $1100130; 15 to
15J. $125140; 15J to 16, $140175.
Supply small ; demand moderate.
Cattle Choice to extra corn fed;000
to 1050 lbs., 44c; gooti, 3i(;iV4Jc.
Grass choice, KJ3Jc: good, 2J3Jc;
fair to medium, 2j-'jc; common,
Uoos Choice, 3Jf?.4c; good, 8J
3jc; common, 33c.'
Shkbp Choice, M'iIc; medium, 2J
3Jc; common, $ll 50."
Cincinnati, O., February 2. ITogs
firm; common and lUht, $3 2(:iVt;
packing and butchers', $44 3V
Receipts, 1754 head; shipmenti, 130
Kansas Citt, Mo., Febrnary 2.
The Live SUk-k lmlicaU reports: Cat
tle receipts, 700 head; shipments,
none; strong and a shads higher;
exporters, $Vjn5 10; good to choice
shipping, $4 104 ;H); common to
medium, $3 00(,i)4 40; stocknrs and
feeders, $2 603 75; cows, $23 20.
Hogs receipts, 6595 head; shipments,
600 head ; firmer, light 10c higher and
heavy 5c higher; good to choice, $4
4 15; light and mixed, $3 803 95.
Sheep receipts, 687 bead ; shipments,
none; firm; good to choice, $3 25(al ;
common to medium, $2 503.
i Chicago, III., February 2. The
Drovert' Journal reports: Cattle re
ceipts, 6000 head; shipments, 2000
head ; market steady ; shipping steers,
9"jO1500 ponnds, $3 605 50 r Block
ers and feeders, $2 fliV 20 ; cows,
bulls and mixad, J11; bulk,
$2 603 10. Hogs receipts, 23,000
head; shipments, 5000 head; market
strong and a shade higher; rough and
mixed, $3 754 10: packing and ship
ping, $4 104 50; light, $3 504 10;
skips, $2 7U3 60. Sheep receipts,
3000 bead; shipments, 6000 head;
market firm; natives, $2 254 90;
Texans, $.'3 75; lumlis. 45 25.
hew turk nartieoDs habkit.
Nbw York, Febraary 2. The ex
ports cf domestio cottons for the past
week have been 4955 pukuges, and
since Jannary 1st 21,100 packages,
against 13,163 packages for the same
time but year and 9433 packages in
1884. The tone of the market shows
s hardening tendency for all stylos of
rUple coilins, while in all depart
ments a good trade is in movement ior
account of spring wants.
tV-CAPITAL PBUZK, 7.1,000.
Tlekete only n. Hfimrrm iu
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
" W do Asrsfty atrtify thai vnptrvwtk
nrrangrvuHU or all lA MniUklv and Vum
ttrty liramw of IA Louinnna Stn't Lotury
tonpanvt and in pwws manag and wmtroi
ikm iJw.Mmu iKtiiiMtlw.K. and thai lAe tarn
ar enndueiMl w-iW Aoncslv, (linwN and in
food failhlauard all tvrs. and we authori
iKt Oomvany to t tku eerciaeate, tnlk fao-
stmtei or oti ngnmwrt oiioomcs, m
(Jo ram mi oner.
We, Ins nnd'rrioned, luniks nnc! Rnnl;rs,
mill .u nil 1'riiri drawn in Th ittmvtiana
StHlt LoUeriti wkickmay 6t pretnlcd al oar
J. II 04JI.KNIlY.Prea. La.Bsil'l Bank.
. II. KEN!EUV,Prta.Nat(Nitt'l Ilk
A. BALDWIN, Proa. H. O. Mat. Ilk,
Incorporated In 186S for twenty-live year;
K th lurltliLlure for Kduaatlonal and
Charitable purposes with a capital of II,
(KiO.isiO to which a reserve fund of overaflo,'
I a a , V. . . aln.Al.AAn ,1 ,1 nil
By an overwnelming popular voio m
fmnnhua was made a nart of the present State
Constitution, adopted December .a, a.u
J'As only Lottery mt ofd on and indontd
by las peepl ol any malt.
it nnr scales or powpinw-.
Ite Urstnd Nlnslo Knmber Drawing
fake plan monlhly, itna tno .
rwj throe inonlhe taJ ot hoinl-
Ananany ne eariivurv,
A dPLKNDID OPPOHTI'MITT T
WIN A loanmr,, SKCONU ukaind
DRAWING. CLASS ll. lis Tlllt AUAlir.M I
1 1 if mi Nit:, ra LnimiiEiAnn. lunnujii.
Pebrastry t, ltM-lMttlb Monthly
CAPITAL PltlZK, 75,00.
100,000 Tlokolant flv- Dollnra Ksdb,
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 Capital prise I 75,000
1 Capital prise .........
1 Capital prise
i Prises of WiMt
6 Prises of 2(
1(1 Prises of KNl
20 Prises of 500
100 Prises of 2K)
Soil Prises of lnO
M) Prises of 50
10U0 Prises of H5 .
9 Approximation priies of T50
9 Approximation prises of 500
9 Approximation prises of 250
1967 Prites. amounting to 1266,500
Application for ratal to clubs should be
mane only to the office of tbe company in
New Orleans. ,
For further laformntlon write clearly,
.i.i.. f,.ll n,l, !-... PONrALNOTKN, Kx
press Money Orders, or New York Kxohanre
In ordinary letter. Currency by Kxpress tall
nms of ii and upward at our expense),
addressed . A. DAPPM lit,
Blow Orleans, Las.
Or M. A. DAI'PHIBl,
Washlngien, D. '..
or at Wl tionr t (St., Mooiphla, Ten
Make' T. O. Money Orders payable
and address Registered Letters to
f - 3
a -t? r
65 BfsMllaon 8tret. Memnbla, Tenn.
A FULL stock of Wooden and Metallic
Cases and Caskets, Burial Robes, etc.,
always on band. Orders by Telegraph or lel
ophone Hromolly atuin led to. ,
R. J. MORGAN. L. D. MrFARLAftD.
J0U5 B. ROBINSON.
Morsaii & MTarlaiid,
23 MiuliKon ISIrpet, SfciiiplilH,
X TTE b.vo admitted JOHN B. U0BISK0N
V as a partner with us, and to an internet
in our business. Myle ol' lirin to rouiuiu as
horetofore and shove.
A book of 1(10 pagos.
sue host book tor
fgmm H II 1VU Ol
nadvei titer tocon
oe he operi
:ait,s lists ol
newspaiwrs and eftimatos o the cost of ad
vertising. The advertiser who warns to Snd
n Hi.llnr. fimla in it t he inlormstion ne re
uuires, while for bim who wilj invest ono
hundred thousand dollars in eavertising, a
a-heu.e is indicated which will meet his
everv reuuirrment, or can be msde to do so
l. . Bi;Dh msiIv arrived at hv corre
spondence. Una hundred and Sltr-three
editions have been issuwl. bent, postpaid,
to any address lor ion cents. f 'y to OKO.
P. ROWKLL A CO.. NKWSPAs-tH AD-
VEHTIS1.NU BURKAU.ltl Spruce St. (rtint.
ing House Dvjuaro.t Kew iora
RIVERS AND STEAMBOATS.
Friars Point..C(UiioM, 5 p.m.
Arkansas River.K. W. CoLi, 5 p.m.
White Rlver.-Ca.cx. saw, 6 p.m.
Osceola Dx Asm, 5 p.m.
Arkansas City.RiT Auams, 5 p.m.
Tiptonville ..(lAToao, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati Jaurs W. (Urr, 5 p.m.
MO tEsBKNTS) AT TIIK LEtEK.
Arrival. E. W. Cole, Arkansas
Vraariuret. Ren a Macready, St.
BcmU in rortE. W. Cole and
lioatt Ihtt Down. Vena Adams.
Boat Dt Lp. Coahoma and Paris
E W. Cole (brought out of Arkan
s river) -1087 bales colt in. 1928 sks
seed and 82 pkga sundries.
Fl'Tl BB OvKNKNTH.
The O. Line steamer Charles Mor
gan, UaDt. U. H aiti. Thompson, will
e due down iriday, bound for New
The great iron steamer Charles P.
Chouteau, CapU W. II. Tborweeen,
ill be the Saturday packet fjr New
Orleans and all way pointv
Tus Dean Adams, Cast. Henry
Cooper, is the packet this evening at
o clock tor usceoit and the miner
bends. William Smither Is in hsr
Tub Chickasaw. Cant. Kd O. Postal.
is the packet this evening nt 6 o'clock
for all points on Whits river. CM.
l'ostal and A. tunksmith are her
TiisGayoso, Capt. W. Y. Hall, is
the packet to-morrow evening at 6
o'el ickfor Hale's Point, Tiptinville
and all way landings. J. P. Watt is in
Thb Coahoma, Capt. Thomas Clag-
gett, is the packet this evening at 5
clock tor Helena, friars 1'oiut and
all way landings. Will Ashford is in
Tns James W. Gaff. Capt. John 8.
Jones, is the packet Friday evening at
o'clock for Oinclnnati and all way
points on the Ohio river. H.C.Bruce
and Lew Briggs are her clerks.
Tub O. Line steamer Paris O. Brown,
dipt. John S. Patterson, Is due up,
hound f r liuvinnati and all interme
diate points on the Ohio river. Chris.
U. Young Lai charge of her office.
Tub Kate Adam-, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail
packet to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W. C. Blanker is in her
The E. W. Cole, Capt Ed Nowland.
having been unavoidably detained by t
bad weather, will leave this evening
at 5 o'clock for all points on Arkansas
river, going through to Pine 111 nil'.
Jamns N. Thompson is in her ollice,
assisted by Rufus Fostor.
Tin Rene Macready departed last
evening for St. Francis river.
Receipts by river yestsrday, 70
bales of cotton and 1923 sacks of seed.
Turks inches cf snow on the levee
last evening at dark and still snowing.
Tna river here stands 20 feet 2
tenths on tbe gauge, a fall of 2 tenths
in the last 24 hours.
Tub E. W. Cols. CiuitTEd Nowiaud,
arrived Monday night from Arkansas
with 776 bales of cotton, 1928 sacks ol
seed and 82 packages of sundries. She
reshipped at Terrene 511 Im e of cot
ton for New Orleans and returns
again this evening.
Nitw Orleans l'icauune. 1st: "Cant.
D. H. Silver arrived yesterday on the
steamer C. C. Carroll. On being asked
the amount of the John B. Maude a
Insurance, Capt. Silver stated that she
was insured for $10,000, iu home com
panies, he thought, but could not say
nnaitlvnlv. the noliaies belnir in the
noivips-ion of Messrs. Kennett &
The following is the bill introduced
In th limine of Representatives on
the llthint-Mnt for the relief of pilots
who served in the war of the lata re
bellion : "Be it ena td by the Senate
and House of Representatives ol the
United Slates of America in Congress
assembled, That the Secretary of the
TrRasnrv Is hereby auttionzau and ui
ranted to cause fo be paid, out of any
money in the Treniury not otherwise
atiDronr ated. to nil pilot iwno serveu
for a period of not less than one year
nnon unv i;unnoa war vessel, irans
fur or other craft during the war of the
late rebellion, three months' extra
pay, tbe same to be at the ta!e per
month they were receiving while on
dntv. That in the event of the death
of any pilot who would have been en
titled under this act, then its benefits
.1 shall apply to his legal representative.
That rules and regulations governing
the examination and stttleraent of
these claims shall be prepared under
the supervision of the Secretary of
V4 KATIIBR AND KIVEKN.
Orrtra Siosal Havic, U. 8. A., t
MxurHia, Tsnx., Fobruary 2, 1 p.m.)
The followlns observations sre taken
at all stations named at 75" meridian time,
hicb is one nour luster tnan mempnis time.
i : , o
s I o
La Crosse ..
Little Rock ,
Pii-mmrno. February 2. Noon-
River 0 feet 2 inches on the gauge and
falling, Weather clear and cold.
Louisville, February 2. Noon
River stationary, with 9 feet I) inches in
the canal and 7 feet 7 inches on tb.e laws,
Cairo. February 2. Noon River
27 feet 5 incheB on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cold and heavy Rnow
fallins since 0 a.m. No arrivals or de
Evansvillb, February, 2. Noon
Tiivar fullins. with 19 feet'7 inches on
Dm oenira. Wpather snowing. Ice
lighter. Arrived: James W.UatT. Cin
ovetnrnsa of Ovoisn Mteaiuora.
New Yobb, February 2. Arrived
Front CtreJ, Xloinsliljs.j
fOR LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI
Memphis And Cincinnati Packet Co.
FOB LOCIS YILLE a riHCIS S ATI.
Jam cm W. GairjS
John F. Jones. ..master.
Will leave FRIDAY, Fee-. Stti, at 5 p.m.
For Irelghter nuance apply to C- B. KLS
KKLL, Agent. No. 12 Madison st. Telephone)
No. 2-37. JOHN fARR. P..ni---- A--,.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVKR.
For KfIxbsi, Pino BlniT, and oil Way
Lnndlotra on ArkonasuiKiyer fitr.
Ed Nowlanl. maiter. esWfcieCya,
Will leave 1U 13 DAY. Feb. 3d, ate p. in., pos
itively, t or freight or paisage appl r at No.
3 Madison St., or 10 II. C. LOWiS, Agent.
fall Telephone No. K.
LEE LINE STEAMERS.
flempain.t'rta.ra Poini oM
J Oin-olie Pskckol UosnsM
tor Helena, Qlendale, Friars Poinl aad all
Wee Landings fiUamar
I. T, Clantt...naeUr I Piatt KlyMnti
Will leave as above on every MoNOAY,
W BDNK8DAT and FRIDAY, at i o'clock Z
Tot Randolph, Tnltoa. Oeeefla aad War
J. H. Cooper, mutsr,...J. W. rtmithers. clerk
Leaves as every MONDAY, WKDNKbDAi
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of this
line roserv the right to pass all landings
the aaptais may deem unsafe. Office, No. 4
Mad(."-- JAMKI4 LKKJ1JJTiri'
Tb St. Francis River Transportation
Co.'s fin Hlde-W heel fl. 8. Mali:8t-af
Rene Macready, .-ir
O. K. Joplin matter.
WILL LEAVE MEMPHIS) ETEKT
at S o'clook, for Marianne, the Cat-Off. and
Intermediate landings oa St. Fraaola river.
The captain reserves the right to pus all
landings he deems unsafe. JA8. LKH, Ja.,
Smlt-r4.S. Office. No. 4 V'dl.n- it.
MciniiliiSiV Whito llivor I'kt.Co
JJ. S. HALL UXE.
STR. CHICKASAW, r.Q
I. 0. Putal.maeter I C. M.?3sul.eleik
Clarendon, Dsvailt BlnSf, Him Are,
LAnaiuitiSa. JiM-i4M.riport ond Nnori'7
BAVHi MBMI'HIK Kvery WKDSiNO-1 ,
alt p.m. Through rates to all points.
Freight oontlgneH te " Memphis and White
iMvur Peoket Cimpany" 'tl forwarded
promptly. - n.Cl LOW H, Agent,
)lv SM-dlsnest. T.lw.bn-NivW.
For Osceola, Males l oint. Carutnersvuie,
(iayosn and Tipti-ovllle Tha new steamer
W. P. Uall......marUr J. D. Fuller clerk,
will leave m above, and all way points,
kVBKV MONDAY and THURSDAY at S
p xo. For f-elvht or n.M"c nil. I...H:
Moniiilila and Vlckshnrg Packet Com-
pany u. n. man Line.
KATE ADAMS, &
M. U nheak...niaster W. U. nlaukar...nlerc
For Helena, ;onoordia, Terrene and Arkan
sas City The elegant passenger steamer
KVERY MONDAY end Til URSA AY, at S
P.m. 1 reserving the right to pass nil landings
the captain may deoiu unsafe. For general
information apply at offlce, No, 4 Madlioa
IrMAt. K. WALWOKTU. Acnt.
J i ill N iMKK. Kiutw r AtrfvTu. i mnnnnw aw,
TOR WHITR ltlVER.
MomphlN, White & Black River racket
For Helena, Indian Pay. Bt. Charles, Clar
endon, Devalls lllun. Dos Arc, Augusta,
Jacksonport, tlatesvillo, Powhattan and
Pocahontas. The new and elegant aide
wheel passonger steamer .
Mill llarrv- ........oiaater.
Will leavo KVERY SATURDAY at 6 o'clock
p.m. ibrougn rates to ail points, rreixnt
consigned to Milt Harry Lino, Memphis, will
be promptly forwarded. C. II. HUSnhLL,
Agent. Telephone 227. Offloe 12 Madisoa tU
JinHsH Khhimw. Passensrer Agent.
No. 5414. R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
oouLty Plate of Tennessee for its own use,
. t .. lutli.rin. lliirsan et .1.
v ' ' ' . . . , ,
X virtue ot an interlocutory oeoreo ior
sale antered In the above cause on tho.
24lbdai ci Docemh'-r, 1HB5, M. B. 61), page
fx l, I will sell -1 publlo auction, to the high
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Master's
ollice, eourtbouso ol one by oounty, Mem
phis, Teno., on
Nnlnrtlny, March S, 186,
within legal hours, the following described
proi erty, situated In Shelby county, Tonnes-
"lom",' block 10, F. W Smith's subdivi
sion, 48V by IM feet on the west siihi of Or
leans street, southwest corner of alley a ;rth.
or rt. Paul street. Sold aa proporty of M.
''Loiy2",block lfi, east side of Third etreot,
M) tost south or Usurgia street, 24 by 112J4
feot. Hold as proporty of Thomas Nagle,
Lot .'HI, blo-k Hi, east side of Third street.
Kith ward, 24 bv 112" i feet, the north line be
ing 74 foot south ot Georgia street, bold aa
property of Thomas Nasle
Lot IK, block 1, fronting 24 feet on the east
side cf Water stroet, Frt Pickering, anil
tunning back Oil feet. Bold as proporty of
tho Oriental Vowdor Co.
Lot W, Polk's subdivision, AO by liO fostoa
south side of Uoi.ria stroet. the west Hie be
ing Mtt loet east of Orleans streos. Sold aa
proporty of J. W. Purnoll.
Lot 40, block 11. east side of Second street
24 by lim feet, M lost north of Alabama
street, loth wurd.
Lot 41, block II, ea-t side of becond streot,
oi .... lim ?! r..t n. lb nf Alahama.
Lot A, ulocg ll, east siue ui ocuunu ihwh
24 by 1(0 foot, llllh ward. ...
Lot 43, block 11, east sidoof hsoond street,
24 by 10 1 foet. . . , ...
Lot 44, block 11, east side of Seoend street.
24 by liMJ feot. Hold as proiwrty of feaauel
Lot 21. block 17, north side of Osrolina
street, 2,r, by In) Uet, (d feet east of Fourth
street. Sold hs propsrty of Thomas Molson.
Lot 21, bloeK 17, norm siue oi ..ay nii
stroet, 2ft by 1(K) f jet, 7ft feet east of Fourth
street. Sold as proporty ol Thoinse Notion.
Lot 2K, block 14, soutn siue oi uriimmj.
2. by 1T0 lout, 2ft feet east ol alley east or
Third street, loth ward.
Terms ol brio uo a oreuu oi fi uiuntup
note with security bearing interest ru-reft
lien retained, redutnotiou barred. IhisteTi
ruari 1, 1H1. . . ,, , .
0. I. mrmiW ULlJ, Viera inn mn;ir-
By J. M. Brsdley, Deputy Clerk A Master.
V. II Jt C. W. Ilolskell. Solicitors.
BY virtue of a deed ortrust executed to me,
as trustee, by Michael J. Keating and
MaryJ., his wile, recoruea in oooa no. i.
page Ml), ol the Register'! Offloe of bhelby
county, lenn-, lo secure the payment or
certain Indebtedness therein mentioned, de
fault having been made in said deed ortrust.
1 will, at too request of tho benefleiary, oa
Tlinrwlay. January I, l.i,
within legal hours, vis., at 12 o'clock m at
the Court-House door in the city of Mem
phis, offer lor sale and sell at publio outcry
lor cash to the highest bidder, the property
described in said deed, in the city ol Mem
phis (now the Tasini District), county or
Shelby and State ot Tenneesee, to-witi De
ng lliai Pltrt OI Idlll OllJ UI i.y,p,r .......
y called bouth Memphis, being lot No. S, la
block 11, of Butler's division or auoiuon.
beginning at a point on too soutn , u. .
Klliott street, W) tret east oi Avery irr-.
thenco southwardly p.ir:illol wun atoi-j'
streH one hundred and twenty feet six
inches (l2Ut.-12)to the nortiwesi ''" "1
lot No. 2t thence e et with the north line or
lot No. 2 sixty ()) feet; thence northwardly
parallel with Avery street oue hundred an
twenty loot six Inches (120 B-12) to hi Hot,
street! thence west with Klliott street sixty
(6U) feet to the beginning (being tho same n
conveyed to Kd ward Ren ting by Sue II.
Moore and Mildred W. llarrell .and .heir
husband, as hoirs at law ot V',.rnl '.'.r.1.'1
ker, deceased!, together with nil lho in
proveiuents thereon and appurteuancea
thereto belonging. ... . , tih
Tbe equity ol redemption waived. Title
believed to be good, but I will sell and ooa
vey a. trustee onlj LljAGUEi TrusUMI.
sfgrDinle pestponnl nolll Notnrdoy,
the em ttity
J. T. i-iiaui'n.
I HEREBY wsrn the publio from trading or
imyirg certain notes made by me i one
. due Jan. 20. I ! ono tor 11.4).
dSt J " i53 on; lor t. due Sept.
M llSft - payade to the order of Mrt
t' i i... Th. conditions for which
Ui'. ove notV. .or. given not being com
plisd with. 1 relnse to rev them, and here
by girt oouo. j. ISESIY.