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STOVES AND TINWAEB,
Nos. 149 and 151 ST., - Memphis, Tenn,
Lamps, Oils, Chimneys and Wicks.
Stoves Guaranteed to bo of tliebest make
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WESTERN DRESSED MEATS,
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Office: 15 ind 17 Uoloo. Street
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than ona year. ,
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for two weeks 00 " "
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Huna. Ti.. December 31, lsil.l
The Tolumo oi btnkert' clearings
hore laat week retched tl, 321 ,418,
decrease from the previoui week of
$225,010 89, but 1137,889,94 in ezcesi
of tha sime week laat year, tod $410,'
813 O'er the yeir before for tie lame
The looal money market hai ruled
olose throughout the week, capital
being largely invested in the heavy
stock of cotton held here, and the
borrowing demand for funds ii in ex
ooaa of the lupply. Hates of disoount
rule unchanged at 8 per oent Do
mestio exchange is unvaried. Bankers
buy Eastern bills at i to lo disoount,
and take New Orleans bills at Jo off,
while draft on either New York or
New Orleans are sold at par.
Sales on Saturday were 4700 bales:
divided 4100 to exporters and 600
to spinners, the market doting steady
and lo higher on low middling and
middling, but unohanied for other
elassos. The demand ruled quite
aotive both on Friday and Saturday,
the total sales of the two days being
nearly 8000 bales, and sellers realised
full prioes especially for the better
olasses, whioh are reported relatively
scarie. The large offerings of dusty
and stained oottons this season is not
able feature and their value is mainly
easy, and often lower than figures quo
ted. Closing prices are given as
follows: Ordinary, 8Jo; good or
dinary, 9o; low middling, 9Jo; mid
dling, lOe; good middling, 10Jo; mid
dling fair, lOJo. Stains: low middling,
81c; middling, 9o. Off oolors: Low
middlidg, 9o; middling, 9io; good
middling, 9Jo; dusty, 618lo. - s
Total sales here last week were ll.
050 bales; to exporters 9200 and to
spinners 1850 balos.
Frio s are the same as a week ago,
exoept for low middling and middling,
as above noted.
The total sales oi ootton here lor the
season sum up 181,275 bales; divided
118,975 to exporters, and 62,301 to
Prioes are now ) to So h'.nher on or
dinaries, I to a higher on middlings
and 1 to lo higher on grades above
than ruled at the opening of the sea
son. The New York market elosed dull
and unohanged from the day before
but 1-lue above a week ago, the ad
vanoe ooourring -n Friday. Middling,
10 7-16. Week's sales.663 bales. Stock
on hand,280,013 balos. Futures olosed
barely steady at Only point or two
differsnoe between oloting figures of
a week ago.. Sales for the week,4G8,
000 bales. Closing figures are as
as follows: Deliveries for January,
10 46al0.48; February, 10.C8al099:
Maroh, 10.83al0.84; April, 10.98al0 99;
May, 11.13a-.-; June, ll.2Call.27;
July, ll.37all.38; August,!! 4Ga!1.47;
September. 11 llall.16; Ootobor,10.74
The New Orloans market elosed
steady at an advance of 1-lCo, and io
above a week ago. Middling,
10(0. Silos on Siturday. 11,250 bales,
and for the week, 35,000 bales. Stock
on hand, 469,335 bales.
The Liverpool market eloBed firmer
at 1-1G4 higher than a week ago.
Sale for the week, 53,000 bales. Up
lands, 6id; Orleans, 6 1-lGd.
The total reoeipts of ootton here
now show deorease as oompared with
last year at the same ol 3278 biles,
but with the exoeption of last season
are the heaviest on reoord, being 46,
443 bales in exoes of the season be'
fore at this time. Total reoeipts on
Saturday at all U. S. port were 22,.
619 bales and 29,970 lew than for the
same day last year. Total reoeipts at
all U S. part for the week ending
Friday last were 202.421 bales and are
48,771 less than lor the same week last
year, Total for the present season
reaoh 3,424.474 bales, and 62,281 less
than last year also 192.543v more
than for the same time the year
before. Total foreign shipment
this season, 1,89,597 bales;
against 2,091,939 balos last yoar and
1,505,810 bales the year bofore.
Total stocks, 1,248,720 bales, sgainst
999,640 and 1 ,2:15,350 bales last year
and the year before.
The grain and breadstuff trade of
this country is In am unsettled condi
tion. The probable yield of sound
oorn for the past season is given at
from 1,200,000,000 to 1,300,000,00
bushols. The Agricultural Depart
ment places the total of ali olasses at
1,560,000,000, but this inoludos th
soft and unme.'ohantable oorn north
oi the 40th parallel, where a heavier
quantity of bad oorn has been cribbed
than has ever been known. Tbla
damaged oorn is rapidly being utilised
in fattening hogs. The total visible
supply of oorn in this oountry last
Thursday was a little ovor 9 millions
of bushols, an inoroaseover the pre
vious week of 423,0:13 bn.hols. l'rioos
have declined during the week from 2
to 4o per bushel in the leading markots
of the Northwoot. Kcooipt hore for
the week sum up (90) sks, and tb
loca'luiarket is well supplied with val
ues ruling steady. Large shipments
have been made from the Madrid
Bend region during the week, the
moTtDCiit exceeding 10,0u0 sks, and
boatf passieg yesterday ; were ofiered
leveral thousand sacks, whioh they
were nnabls to lake for lack ol room.
Freight rate from Madrid Bend to
New Orleans are 12)o per sack.against
15o two weeks ago Flour has been
dnll throughout the put week, and
prioes have declined 5 to lOo per bbl,
reeeipls here including 3900 bbl.
Wheat ia 2 lo 5o lower
than last week and both
flour and wheat rules dull and droopy
in all markets. The aggregate wheat
crop of this country fur '83 is given at
a little over 400,000,000 bushels, and
prospects of the growing crop of the
entire oountry average 94 per oent, as
oompared with its oondition this time
last year. In this State it is 97 per
oenL Advices from Australia indi
cate an increased arceage and an abuc'
dant harvest. In South Amerioa the
harvest prospeot is very favorable.while
large accumulations of wheat are
reported ready ior shipment in North
ernPrussia as soon as navigation opens
in the spring. The oondition of all
olasses of breads! tiffs abroad is lifeless.
The reoeipU of oorn meal here foi
the past week was 850 bbl', and prices
are wholly unchanged, both here and
at St. Louis, while at Now Orleans a
decline of 5 to 10c per bbl ba occurred
The demand ia limited all ovor the
south. Oat have declined lie per bu
below a week ago in leading northern
markots, and here receipts inolude
2450 sks, while the tone is ey. Bran
is quiet and unchanged, with reoeipts
of only 450 sks for the week. Hay is
dull and in limited movement, only
800 bales of all olasses having arrived.
Potatoes are held stiff.with the week's
receipt 750 bbls. Apple are quiet,
and 600 bbls include' all arrivals
for the past week. Oranges
are abundant and lower. The receipts
ol meats have been limited, only four
car loads in bulk having arrived the
past week, and the tone of values io
dines downward. In Northern mar
kets men pork has loot from 50 to 70c
per bbl during the week; lard from 30
to 40p per owt; dry salted meats trom
15 to 35o per owt. The total packings
of hogs at all leading points in the
oountry during the past two months
reaoh 3,034,01 0, and while the past
weeks' packings fell below the same
week last year, because of unfavorable
weather, yet the total for the season is
140,000 in exooss of last year for the
same two month. A liberal move
ment of hog into market ia expected
during the ensuing munth, while the
export demand is small and the con
suming districts of this oountry arc
using limited quantities. The indica
tion are, therefore, claimed to be in
favor of eheipervalncs for hogs. In
the oountry north, and west of the
issippi river a larger number of
hogs are reported than last year, and
many of the best have been
held back, while to the
east of the Mississippi and North of
the Ohio hogs have been rather olosely
marketed, though the packing season
lacks considerable oi being over. In
the leading markets of this country
values are from 25 to 50 per owt for
hogs on foot below prioes of two weeks
ago, and for several days past valuos
have been declining. Among paoking
peinta reported Nashville appears with
21,396 hogs this season against 11,157
hogs for the same time last year. The
value of Louisiana sugar is from 1 to
to per lb below a week ago, and the
feeling is droopy. The Louisiana
crop hu been larger than was antici
pated, and this seasan, whioh is now
about ended, proved the most propi
tious over known for cutting, grinding
and taking off the sugar and molasses
erop. The value of coffee is a shade
better than last week. Our market
ha been overorowded with game and
poultry throughout the weok, and
chickens are exceedingly dull for all
olasses, while dressed poultry has been
very cheap, with consumers surfeited,
and muoh has boon spoiled, while
heavy consignments of game beoame
damaged and were lost. Eggs inolined
downward all tlu week, the supply
boing largely in exoess of the demand,
and at the olose sellers were anxious
to realiio at 15o per doien, a dcoline
of 5 to 8 oent during the week. Many
offerings have been of inferior quality,
but tho freshest and beat are inaotive.
FLOUR AND ME AL Dealers quote
lour as follows: family tG60a4 67:
choice to fancy do, 6 10u6 Ut ei-
tra do, S 60u5 75; patents, $6 25a6 76
per bbl, low grades neglected. Cornmeal
i'l 36a2 40 in lots, and 2 60 in a small
F K E DST U KFS Corn in ski 61 to 61c
per bu, in uiilk 4ia4Uo; ear toe inbuilt,
and 4Ho in ska, all in car lota. Bmall or
ders 8 to 6c higher, Oats eaay at 80h31c
in bulk, and oa3tie in ska fur car lata and
8 to 4chiuher in aimall way. I)rantl660
per ton and 85tilH)c per cwU Corn bran 118
Ctr ton. Cotton seed'mual 11 00 per cwt
ay 1 "5 per ton and 66a90c per cwt for
weatern and Wa'.i OJ per ton for south
ern prairie, alto 60c per cwt. for the
KSCULKNTa-Polatoct 11 40al 45 per
bbl and 87 to 40c per bu in lots for choice,
and at retail 11 75a'2 00 per bbl. Onions
dull at $1 Wul 76 per bbl. Cabbae-e lob-
bing at f 12 to 16 per 100 head.
IV! to 10 per luu head. Iini VI
to 'i 16 per bu as per quality. C elery 20a
'i 76 per bu as nor quality.
60c per doa bunches. Kraut $7 00 to 10 00
per bbl as per qua'ity, and 14 00 to 4 60
iur half bbls.
FKUITS-Apples H0 500 per bb' as per
quality and quantity: driod do dull 6auio
per in qo. reacnes ii-tao-ic per id. jra
ons l zat ouper pox. uran
nroa 17 a
8 00 tier bbl. and 14 10 for hf bbl
BUTT UK AMU tJUJSlitJlS Uooking
butter 'M(xs per lb, 'Western dairy 18 to
26c; croamory 2Ha40.'.: oountry 12 to 26cj
butterine 16 to 17c Cheese 8 to 15c as per
GAME Venison, whole 6aCoperlb;
saddle. 8 to 10c; quail 60n6()c per dot;
squirrels fOc per dog. and rabbits 25 to 60c
per dog aa ier condition.
ruuiiiKi ajm A.UUS unickens
11 60 to 1 76 per dozen as per quality;
dressed 12a2 60 per dot; turkeys 110 00
tu it UO por dot and Irjuuc per lb. dron
ed, (leeee 4 50a5 per doa for live,
7 60 per dot for UressetL Ducks )3 26
perrtoz. KgRi 16c per doa.
MKATS AND LAKD Cath orders
are Ailed at follows: Dry tailed clear
idea 7ia7o per lb; do c r t "ia"!;
do shoulders OatiKc; smoked crific
Hams lUult b baron UlalOc. Moaa
pork 116 per bbl Lard in tea, 9a!lc;
in hf bbliand kogs 91a9)c; pailt. OitiUio;
and the usual advance for tmall pkgt.
ijurrr ar vtitoi at vaito per pound
for Kio and 22n27c for Java.
BUUAR AND MOLA!MKS-OK5V,a
eloper lb: toconOi BSiic; y c, 75c;
white 0 7?a7K(S trranuWd. 8J'a8lc:
pow'd and cut loaf, OSo. Molaasos, 2Tia
62c per gal aa per quality. Sorghum, 80a
ooc per Ktl.
111DK3 AND VTOOL-Dry flint hides
are 13 to llle, nor lb: drv
salted 10al2i. green 6atV, do salted fta
7K?, tallow 6H; beetwax 26a31c; wool 12a
82c aa per quality.
HAIHiJ.Mi ACTUT1B.3 frlcea ranro
from MSallo per lb for bailing: 11 86al 40
por bille fur tion.
SKKDSXUKF3 Horda ma 06o nor
Dunei: orcnaru graw, l BO; timothy,
11 76t blue grass, II fit); clover, 16 7faU;
wintor grazing oats, OuV; and wheat 11 2ua
1 60 at per quality.
MACKEUKL New in hf bbls, to 60
torNo 1-M 76 for No 4 76 for No 8 largo
and f 4 26a4 60 for madiumi in kits 80,76
and 0O lorisotl. 'i and 8. White fl.h,
16 7M 25, alto $i 75 for family In hf bblt
and one in kits.
HUNDR1 K3-Pig's fort in Vegs $28 26,
hf bbls 11a 100. bbls 18 26 a 9 00. I'lckloa
3 75a4 00 for hfand 17a7 60 for whole
bbls. Cider 4 60 for bf, and l"a for
whole bbls. bait 11 86 a 1 40 per bbl
llomlny,grlts and pearl meal in single bblt
476. Hoap, SHaUC per Ih. Hica,6k7Hc
per lb. Honey, 12Xo per lb.
vinegar, 12al( for wine and cider do.
Boolorna taCe t to 10c per 1 a); poi k do.
lOto VJ e. .
OOTTON BtBft OIL. TO-Ootton
teed i per ton; aaad meal, Ilg60a23
pr ton; crude aitwo teed oil, oe4sc per
BUlLDIrta MATBRIAL. - Nails
2 76 rates. Lime in bulk 76c per bU
measure; Tenn. do90crx-r bbl; Ala. is
uoi.ll par bbl. Oment, 11 60 per bbl lot
LouUville,U 60 for itoeodaJa, and M COaJ
fur Portland. Fuuter.ri&O. Lamher, yel
low pin noortriK, 16; rough framing.
114al6; dreaaed. 11 per V; lathinf . 12 60
rl; shmg lea, da460 par at. Hair 6a
per lb. Fire brick 4a6c.
CATTLE, SHEEP, EXO-Butcher.'
cattle 2.4jc per lb gron, aa per quality,
common lXa& Cowt and calrea tAJaiO,
yearlings 16 to g. Hogs 4 to 6c gns,
aa per quality. 8heep 11 00 to 1 60
per head lor common and 3) to die for
medium to choice. Lambs U 603 00 per
head for medium and 6c pet lb jrruea
iur i-uoice. nones, HU lo AM per bead.
Mulct 1'jO to 1U0 per head
BOATS UIAVIKO TO-PAT.
For Friart Point,James Lea 6 p ss
" Osceola, fjoeilioma, 6 p ra
" Arkantaw City, Kate Adams.. 6 p m
" Cincinnati, Thos Slierlock (pm
" New Orleans, U FBchcnck.. ..6 pm
- BOATS L1AVIIO TO-MOAAOW.
For Vicksburg, K W Cole 6 p m
" St Francis river, Uacready..6 p ni
" Vickburg, Will 8 Hayi 6pm
Steamer Coahoma, Osceola
James Lee, rriart Point
Kate Adams. Arkansaw City
Macroady, Bt Francis river
Golden Kule, Cincinnati
Stemor Dean Adams, White river
II A Tyler, Paducah
" Joe Petert, Arkantaw river
" Golden Kule, New Orleant
Coahoma. James I.ee Rntj, Ail.m.
TAQBa of tub aiviaa.
Memphis 22 feet 11 inchet on the gauge,
' 23 feet 10 inches ahova low w.tnr
mark, a rise of 6 feet 2 inches during the
yap. io uoura.
PittsburD- 6 feat&inr.hM a du1inA nf
n e . o 7 i 1
a inofc o uicnea.
Cincinnati 40 feat 8 inr)ia a Hnllne
of 7 foot.
LoillSVllle 211 fMt 10 inehoa a .In-line
of 3 foot 9 inches. .
Kvansvtlle 39 ieot, a rise of 2 feet.
Cairo- 83 feet 11 incbes, a rite ot 3 feet
St Louis S feet, a rise of 8 inches,
Vicksburr 20 feet 8 inchna. a riui nf
Nashville 29 fnet 4 innhaa a rlsi-lina , t
4 feet 4 inohet.
Chattanoora 7 funi. ft inir,M a rfnotln.
of 6 feet.
BhreveDort 13 feet 10 Inchu u ri.a nf
Fort Smith 22 nchna VmIow i),a um nf
the gauge, a declinoof 2 inches.
Littlo Koct 8 feet, a rue of 6 inches.
St. Francis and White rivara ara hoth
at a good stage and rising.
Cloudy and oooler. I
River rising steadily.
Moderate businao at the landing.
Kate Adam for Arkansaw City,
The big ootton carrier Helena is
due up from New Orleans. '
The run of ooal from Pittsburg on
the prosont water will exoecd 7,000,-
Several ooal firms at Pittsburg lost
heavily by the last freshet of the upper
The City of New Orleans, due up
yesterday, has doubtless been de
tained by fog.
The Id Darrah will be the regular
Wednesday evening picket leaving for
The repairs of the Joe Feters were
eomplotcd last evening and she left
tor Arkansaw river.
The Centennial is still at Liberty
Island, unable to get through, but the
ohannel is outting out.
Tho Montana is loading to leave St.
Louis to-morrow evening for Vicks
burg in the Anchor Line.
Thore is still plenty of snow reported
north of Pittsburg and a little rain
would make anoter big rivor.
The Paris C. Brown for Now Or.
leans, and the Cons Millar for this
port, loft Cincinnati Saturday.
The II. A. Tyler roturoed to Padu
oah Saturday evening with a lair
showing of upper bends freight.
The Charles Morgan forCinoinnati
and W. P. Ilalliday for St, Louis, left
New Orloans Saturday evening.
The Belle Sbroveport for Cinoin
nati, and Charles P. Chsuteau for this
port, are to leave Now Orloans this
The Ohio river above ' Evansville ia
falling rapidly, but steady rains and
warmer tcmporalurc will soon bring it
Bates on corn from Madrid Bend
to points south are now 121 cents per
sack, and have been at that figure for
ten days past.
The hull and fixtures ol the steamer
S. LI. Parisot will be disposed of at
Marxhal' sale at Vidalia, La., on the
12th of January,
Irwin Davis, for several years past
mate of the towboat Port Eads, died
at tit. Louis on Friday last in the
fiftieth yoar of his tge,
Very little ioe reported in the river
botwoon Cairo and St. Louis, but the
water is so low that boats find con
sidcrable trouble lo navigate.
The Doan Adams doparted Saturday
evening for White river with a good
trip ol both freight and people. She
passe Devall's U'.uff to-night.
The towboat Hash which left Cai
ro, Saturday norning, while backing
out, her wheel struck hir fuel barge
oontaining 180 bushels ooal, and sunk
Captain J. W. Smith is going to
plase a boat in the Vicksburg and
Natohct trade. lie says be will get a
first-class one and make three trip
The Coahoma brought in 101 bales
ootton, 13 btgs seed cotton and 413 ski
ootton toed. In eommand of Captain
Elcnry Cooper she leaves again this
evening for Osoeola.
News from tho sunken Will Kyle is
rather unfavorable, as tho river has
boon rising too fast to admit af the
completion ot the bulkhoad, prepara
tory to pumping her out.
Mr. Walter Shinkle, late second
elork of the Golden Rule, has gone
into the pilothouse of that steamer to
study the river, and by olose attention
will soon make a good pilot,
The David II. Powell, for Vicks
burg, and the Annie P. Silver, for
New Orleans, both of whioh lelt St.
Louis on Thursday last, are having a
hard time getting out to Cairo.
The James Loe brought in 219baloa
ootton, 45 ba,;i seed eotton and 658
sks ootton loed. In command of Cap
tain Staoker Leo she leaves again this
evening for Helena and Friars Point
Captain Lew Kites has succeeded
in getting the Buckeye State into the
Southern Transportation Line, and
she will leave Cincinnati on Thursday
evening, following the R. R, Spriogor,
whioh leaves to morrow.
The Golden Rule with a big trip of
freight and 30 oabin passengers, passed
to New Orleans Saturday evening.
Id Madrid Bend she got 4500 sks
oorn, and hore she addod 53 bale
ootton, boaidos nearly 50 tons of mis
It ras Captain John E. Handle, el
the Chickasaw Iron Works, that pur
chased the boiler and machinery
laved from the bnrned Josie Harry,
and not Captain J. D. Randall the
tteamboatmaa. Th latter want
railroad iron now.
Th U. P. Schenck, in eommand of
Capttia J. L. Carter, Is announoed to
pas her Ik is evening oa her way to
New Orlean. At the fame hour
Captain John Patterson's big Thomas
Sherlock passes up for Cincinnati.
Henry C. Lowe, at th loot of Jeffer
son street, is sgent for both boats.
A Louisville, on Friday morning
last', a hall dosen loaded coal barges,
together with; shanty boat, broke
loose at O'Neil 4 Co.' elevator and
floated down the river. The Osceola
having up steam at the time was sent
after them. The lile aavers took a
man, wife and child off the shanty
boat at the head oi the falls.
Captain Lloyd W. Whitlow, ol the
Louisville and Honderson packet
Grey Eagle, and well and favorably
known in the local trade between here
and Friar Point, having clerked and
oommanded tho steamer James Lee,
is to be married at Metropolis, 111., on
Thursday next, to Miss Helen M.
Browne, sister of Mr. Arthur Browne.
The largest trip out of the St. Frau
cit river this season was brought in
by the Rone Maoready and comprised
ldIO pkgs, including 345 bales ootton.
23 bags seed ootton, 842 sks ootton
seed and 82 sks corn. The Maoready
ts the mail packet leaving again to
morrow evening for Marianne, the
Cut-off and all way landings on L An
guille and St, Francis river through
to Wittsburg, whore direct connection
i made with the light draft steamer
Advance tor the Sunk Lands. Captain
O. K. Joplin commands, with A. L.
Banning in the office.
A dispatoh from Evansville states
that the steamer Carrier whioh loft
Cincinnati for New Orleans on Thurs
day last is reported as sunk at Little
Hurrioane, three miles below Owens,
boro, and that there is four foot of
water in her ladies' cabin. The accident
ocoured during the fog at 10 o'elock
yesterday morning, the boat running on
the head of the island, much freight
floating off and drilling down the
rivor. Tho Carrier had just under
gone a thorough overhauling, and re
furnishing, this being her first trio in
the Southern Transportation Line.
The commodious and elegant steam
er Will 8. Hays will be in this after-
noon, and leaves sgain at 5 o'olook to
morrow evening for Helena, Friars
Point, Terrone.Arkansaw City.Grocn-
villc, Vioksburg and intormcdiate
andings, giving prompt attention to
all business intrusted to her, and oon
nooting with boats for New Orloans
and points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie
rivers. The Hays has superb passen
ger aocommodatiocs, is fast, safe and
reliable, and in charge oi clover offi
cers. Captain hd Nowland com.
mods, with Captain G. Wash Floyd
in the offioe.
The splendid steamer E. W. Cole.
of the mcrohants and planters accom
modation hoe, is due to day and ia the
regular packet leaving at 5 o'clock
to-morrow evening for Helena, Friar
Point.Terrene, Arkansaw City.Grccn-
villc, Vicksburg and all way landings,
paying apooial and close attention to
all C. O. D. and other businoss, and
ooonccting with boat for Yazoo and
Tallahatchie rivers, and for New Or
loans, The Colo is safe and reliable,
with noat and oomfortablo accommo
dations, and in charge ol courteous
and experienced boatmen. Captain
J. F. Ellison oommands, with Matt
Baldwin in the office.
I be Kate Adams came in on tim
yesterday with 203 bales oottou, 11
bags of seed ootton, and 1425 sks cot
ton seed. Passengers or shippers lor
point down the rivor can teleot no
better boat than the peerless Kate
Adams, which being one of tho fastest
boat on the river, ia elegantly iur
nished with all the aooommodationsof
homo. She is supplied throughout
with the popular eleotrio light, and
the boat is in oharge of clever and ci
pcricnoed boatmen. The Adams
takes freight and passengers for Ilcl
ona, Friars Point, Terrene, Arkansaw
uty ana way landings. Mie pays
prompt attention to business, and oon
ncots at her destination with trains on
the Little Rock, Mississippi Rivor and
Texas railroad. She also takes freight
for point on Arkansaw river, making
connection at Terrene with the Ad
am Line packot R. L. Cobb for Pine
Bluff. Captain Mark R. Check com
mands, with the offioe in oharge of W.
C. Blanker, assisted by Loa Price.
A .IOTE t KISTO CAVE.
Under the Upturned Bool ol
Fallen Tree a Treaaure ol Gold
aad Preelona Nlonea la Fonnd.
Special to Courier-Journal.
Washington. Qa.. December 28.
Nine miles from this place, on the
Danbury road, a small oak tree was
blown down by the storm. Mr. John
Frank saw something turning as he
was passing, and, examining the roots,
found a hole left br the tree. He
olaims to have found in this hole
almost a peck of gold and jewols, dia
monds, rubies and pearls, and parties
who have seen them say ther are worth
(15,000 or f 20,000. A belief exposed
by a few who have seen thtm is that
they are a part of the lot lost by tho
Confederate Cabinet, as they wore on
that road when they wore lost. It is
supposed that tha party who buried it
was killed soon alter, and consequently
tho treasure was never unearthed,
A writer in the Boston Courier says
of hi experience with the Rov Joseph
Cook ana bi leoturot: "I had fre
quently looked ovor, but had nover
beea able to make muoh out oi ttiom.
One night, when 1 Jolt particularly
wakoful, I went down stairs to the sit
ting room with two dictionaries ( Web
ster and Worcester), a 'Thesaurus of
Koglieh Words,' and a oory oi the
Daily Advertiser, with a full report of
hi latest lcoture, Thus equipped 1
set to work at the discourse and wont
through it from beginning to end.
The result Tras that I tound 1 had no
earthly idea what the reverend gen
tlemen had been talking abont. and I
had a list of nine words whioh he had
slung at his audienoe with groat oool-
L... v, ;l. ..... m U- i A
lives, um eiiiuu nuia uuv w no iouuu
in any ot the dictionaries. Deter
mined not to be beaten, i wrote to
Messrs, Merriman, the publishers ol
Webstor and askod what the words
meant. They replied they did not
know, and I acknowledged myscll
doorod. Aa Mr. Linoolo onae said.
apropos of something else, 'tor those
who like that sort ol thing 1 should
think it would be lust the sortoi thing
that they would like,' but for me, 1
bavo really no use for it"
Ihej Wished They Uad Maun.
Ntw York limes.
Two young countrymen came out of
the Grand Central station, and turned
their stops down Park avenue. In
front of the Grand Union Hotel stood
a languid youth of tha kind known a
dude. The young mon from the ooutj
try walked by and loeked at the youth.
Then they turned and walked baok
again, Then ono more they turned
the south, all the time intently eyeing
the gilded youth. "Why do yon gate
at me, fellows?" queried the youth, a
frown of high bred irritation corruga
ting hia fair brow. "I y, Tom," re
marked one of the young fellows. r
fretfully, "what things we do see when
we ain't got any gun." And the
youth sucked his onus and the rude
young men wandered southward into
the wicked eity.
Freight for the steamer
TT3. TTtT riOT.TTI
Will be received at the Elevator to-day. 8he
leaves positively to-morrow avenias at 6
K. R. TUOMA3, Agent,
Nn. 9 Ma'lltnn atret.
Memphis and Ohio River Packet Oo.-OldRe.
Iiacle for Leutavtllt and Cineinnf.U-the
J M Cbenowlth, matter I J W Vorli. clerk
Will leave aa above IVRIKAV, Jan
nary 4. at 6 a.m. For freight or paa.aga ap
ply to KW LluUIlluRMi.ui and 1 Agt,
No. 7 Monroe
Jsm.i p. Fr.rtliHn PaH.nrt.r vnt.
For New Orlean.
Southern Tranaportation Line For New
Orlean. Tha iluair
U. P. Schenck.jSr-
J L Carter, master. etlrfcjLr-'SV
aa above Jills l)Ak. Brcember 31st. at t
p.m. for height or passage awily to
UKvrlY C. LOWS,
Ynnt of JfrTcr.nn tret.
Soother T'ansporutien Llne-For Cairo,
l.uuisviiie and Cincinnati steamer
J no 8 Patterson, mailer. STfiwlc
Leavei aa above 1 II IB DAY. Dec. out.
at 6 p.m.. reaerving the right to past any
landing the Captain may deem ansala. For
freight or paisaga apply to
H ty low r,, Agt
Foot of TrTr.in atrr
For White Ktvrr.
Kemphii. Whit and Black Rivers
U.S. Mall Packet.
Forlvdiin Bay, 8t. Cbwlef, ClrndoB, Do
rilri uras, um Arc, Aarniu, Jaokioa
port, BttoMtilU. PowhtUn and Pootvfaoa
Ut Th dw od iMfcnt pUMDgtf
M K lUrrr. mieter
LBve M KM Wilis ftvry flatamji
MDotflttof with tb new Blusk Rim
. H. Mail Fucket, Ml LI HAKKY, for Pow
tuttkvn tad PocahooUj, and with tn dailj
ifccketi to jtftteflv.ll" Bad uppor Wbito nrw.
'broarn rate to tit point,
if rsjitrht soBilrned to M tit Harrr Ltn Man-
phii or! BiTBBBi w'.l b promptlT forward d.
A A lliyHAO, a ceo i,
9 Mn.itwoD ttrggt.
Kenphlt tad Arkioiiw City PiokM Ui
Adftmr u. o Mtm Lint ror bt.na. mart
Point, Concordia. Xrrn0, Arkaoiaw City
and Vina filnS K. K.-TU Ml pumi
Kate Adams, ?U
M H Cheek, matter) W C Blanker, clerk,
Leavea every MONDAY aad lUUHMOAl' at
S p.m , reaerving the right to rati ali land
ing! the Captain deema unsafe
9.Freigtit rrieivrd for all point oa
the Arkxnanw Klver connecting with
New R. L. Oobb
at the mouth of White river. Keaaoeable
role auu prompt delivery guaranteed.
Jo lrt-wttrn" DPlV to
F WALVrtlPTIl. At't, So. 4 Madlnn at.
The St. Francis River Transpor
Fine Nldewheel Mleamer
Rene Macready, ,"r-
A L Banning, clerk. "aiS
Will leave Memohla EVERY Tllb-aOAY and
rjATUKUAl evening atS o'alook for
tlarlanna, the aut-olT and all
Intermediate landing Ml
O K JOPl.TrT. Fnt'tiintendent.
FOU VKKlHl ltl.
For Melnnn, Arlntnaaw 4'itr Vreea.
The new, elegant and awift passenger packet
Will S. .Hays,
Kd Nowland, maiter O W Floyd, clerk
Will 1t Meiuphii KVEKY TUESDAY.
.a -i. i.. i. a r:..L..i f v w u V
a i l niwH u.nii iuu viiui ni
FRIDAY at 12 m. Close connection atVtokt
barr with packett for New Orleani and Yaioo
river Particular and special attention pld
to all way and plantation b mines, ior
frelilit, passace or other tnformation.apply to
11 U LV B( AgD.
Font of Jfffrr:ri street.
Fr OiPtsnla. Now Madrid. Hickman. Cairo,
Paducah and all way landingi lba new
and elegant paiaens-er ateamer
Henry A. Tylar?
Jno E Mwnenrale, ineetor Lern H Hill, elk
Will l.,. ai above KVKKY 8ATUKDAY
at 12 o'clock notin. For froiiht or pauace
apply on board.
All freiftat recelrcd and delivered at Kle-
VHT T. .IO"n K ''CTlgWI', IF BUT,
For White KWer,
Memphis & White River Packet Co
li. aj. nail, link,
31 E C Pottal, mitter-C M Postal, olerk.
Clareudon. e Valla BlulT. De
Are, AuKOHla, Jacbaouport
Leaves Memvhii EVERY WEDNESDAY
t 1 n n, 'Ihrcn.h r.tn, Ia all bninta.
Freight consigned to ilemphis and White
River racket Co. will be forwarded iromptly
H (1 I.Uiv r?, Agt. Viol ol ,lai:erron street
For Helen. A- fcnoanw 4 lly. Cireen
vllle and Vlrkai'ur-Merchants and
tranters Line Ibe new. elegant and swift
J F Kllinon, maiter I W D 1
CommeDcinr October 16, will leave Id em phi
KVKKV Tl KSDAY, at 5 o'elock pn.and
Vickihar KV1.UY FRIDAY, at U m. Cloie
connection ai Vlaksbtug with packet! for
New Orleani and Yaaoo river. Partloolar
and menial attention nald to all waT ana
plantation buiioeef, iVor freijht, paaia or
other information, apply to
K H TliUM A9. 9 Mad! ion it.
EoiliT Mi sicamlisat filactsmitli
Copper, Sheet Iroa Worker
aal Tnaa Bnllder,
Front, bet. Market Exchange
REPATKINQ D0N8 PROMPTLY. DA
OH MU HI. Ktlmates ohoerfuily given and
all wort guarantee!. I i"i
Old Reliabl8Boiler Yard.
ROB'T LEWIS & CO.,
Copper & Sheet Iron Workers
Particular attention given lo repairlns
On river bank, aonlh ol Elevator
Dlenipltlt). lloeidonee ol second it,
Copper and Sheet Ires Work. Seeond-hand
collars always on nana. 107
Far Helen, biki rrlsur'si Foiae.
(1. H. Hal.-AKei 1,1 DB.
far Bleidiie. Helens, and friar's Folat.
Harsh Miller, master I Piatt Rhodes, clerk
Mill leave at aoovt on every HOKDAY.
WHDNIriDAY end J MDA Y at 5 p.B. OSo
AO. 4 Madison street.
Reserving the right topassanrlandinaa th
C,iiain may deem unsafe.
71 . . 'trw, jr., nflTp-t.
ifl-Weekly Onlted Slates V ail Packit-for
Faltoa. Bendotph, Otoeola aad all was
lea llnre Ttooieieal pauelgar rteamay
J n Ceoper, Hasten J W Smithar.erki
'Hl leave rremiihli every MONDAJ.WID-
RIiSDAY andratDAY at 5 o'clock p.a.
Reeervini the ritht to pasl any laadiofi ih
Cai'tain maydetn unsafe.
For Information apply ob board or at Be
I liadUoi lUMii
.TAM-tW T.-m. Sr.. BnnMr
No.:W-In th Oba"rT Oonrt cf Bhelby
onunty, lenn. ine etau oi lenneeiee lor
line, etc vs. NlchttUa Hirth atal.
IT appeartrir from bill which ti iworn to
i In thu oauit that the deteBdant, B Kit-
trtsin. is a resultant ill tha hLaLg of Miaiiirl
tha' Wrj JohnnnQ li a resident of the btste
fl'Nortti Carotiaa; that A F (.oodhne ami
wile, Manarpl J tioodhue, are reitdenta of
itie nisi oi miHiifiippi, and inn itoaiia v
McUonald ! reaident ol the tSute uf Ala
bama, and all nonresident of the But of
Teoneieeei and tha Mrs J J Heart and BenJ
H Heara art non-rundente of the btate of
1'ennetiiiee. And it further appearing from
r-hor.ff'i return herein that the Presbyttrien
Church 11 om e U not to be found in hlioounty.
It tl therefor ordered that they all vake
their appearance herein. Bt the oourthouie of
bhelby oonnty, in Memphis, Tenneeaee, on of
beiore the first Monday in February, 1KK4, and
ilaa.it. sniwir or aamur to nnrrirkialn-
ant bill and petitiena filed herein, or tha
aaratwlll betaken for oonfemed aa to than
and set for hearing ax-part and that a copy
nf thii order b publiihea one a week for
(oar incentive weki in tb Patlio Ledger.
Thii.i7tb day of December, im.
A Oopy Attoiti ....... .
By J M BraoiMt, D C and M.
n. i , Da-auk, v ana M.
F H tod
C W Helikell, loll for ootnpl't.
Vf 1U3 111 11(
w twd fiiffl
l . -F
ei -ra,sB--"-'l'tanaabl.tt i ii ,i
SU,OOtt tUK s.
ClKsWaUrlloathlT Draerlaa; will
tflltake place a tie sTuonie hail, Ma-
attjimie Xomple biuldia, la LealjlUle,
THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1884.
A Law ml JLatlery aa rlr Drear.
laa. chartered br the Leglilature al Ky.,
and tw oe deeUreJ l.l by toe bigheat Court
the Bute. Bond giren to Uenry Coaaty
in the aum of IU),U for the prompt parmeul
of all prlxee told.
ABeTolatlva la Rln(l osaaar
aar-Kvery tloket holder hia owa tupirvlsor,
Dan 01 1 out the number on hit ticket and see
the corresponding namber oa the la plaoe
in the wleol in hU preeenre. Theeediawi.ga
will ooonr oa the laat Thursday ef every
mcntb. Ked the iiihIImhi
1 Prise, - l.lM J r-risee tBOO. 110,000
1 Prise. . - IO.isjOi lOOPrlae 100, Kl.iSO
!"" ."" Hrltet 60. lU.fliO
2 Prises. S2W1. S.ihm u.,.a. ., l,',..,,
5 " l1"0" V5'0III'I1"" Prise, lg," lolwio
S Sli"1' !i 'rotlBatlcB prlies,ti,7'J
0 Prises, a0 each, " l ,sj
r Prises, luu each. - you
1.M7 Prlsee, ' enn soa
m.i iiun-jia, iju. oq IICKttt, IUU.
Hm it moni it Rank Itnfi i t . . .
ikt VHLER 'OSTOFK(Cl4 OB
and opward by Kxpreai, nan be aent Hour
LAH. LoatNvi e. Kv.
534 W. Main Street,
N., C. & St. L. R'y.
Call on Nearest Ticket Agt.
A. Y. STEVENS
Put. Ag't, Dallas, Tela, or'af,
II P anJTA.Naihyillt.TtBB.
M. 1.. HM F.Y.T. 4., VlemphU
J. M. GREGORY, Jr.,
Attorney at Law.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
WIIU DOBSON A DULULA83,
S. W. corner Seventh aad!Delawara stt.
Sheriffs Sale of Real Estate.
1)UBLIO notice it hereby given, that by
. virtu of two writi of vend.tionl emon,
io me directed from the Hon. Circuit Ueurt
of bhelby county, Tenn.. in the cfs of
June end Buckley, and Thorn ae Wherry vi
T C liorne jr. judgment re n do red on th 9tU
day of October. for the aggregate an at
f one hundred und eighty-nine dollar! and
7tt eanta, with interest and coiti of mttia
to m l is fy aaid juiguienti(eto.,I will, on
Friday, JuDtiarr 4, 1S I,
in lefal bouri, In front of the ooorthoui. ia
the lazing Diet riot of bhelby oounty. Tenn.i
proceed to loll, to Hi hiftheit bidder,
for cash, tha following deicribou property, to
wit: A certain traot of land in th light Civil
District of Bhelby county. Tennemte, and
bounded bi follows, North by aeigh'Faor
traot belonging to the entate ot James Home,
deo'd; eait by a on hundred and twenty
acre traot belonging to same estate; eouth by
th old Brownsville road: ireit by the land
belonging to Horn, or old baptist ohurcb,
and by th landi of Charles Heaves, oon
taining fifty acres, more or less,
(Judgment in favor of Jones and BaoMey
his priority by lery and isle will be mad
Levied on as the property of defendant,
TO Home, jr., to satisfy laid Judgment, in
terest and costs.
Memphis. 1st day of December, IVtt.
W D OANNOy,
Sheriff of Shelby oounty. Teaa.
By fl W Blaokwell. D S.
WBOHmoh, AttoTifyforpTwIntiff'. ftW
No 5124RD-In the Chancery Co art of Shelby
uounty. lenn- ABarew iogoinariino t .
al. ts JDWiiliams, x'r. to of Barn aU
(iraham deo'd t al. rt
I T apiuearing from bill which Ii swora to In
thu sauna that the defendant. J l
Williams, executor, etc. of Barnett Urahan,
deo'd, it a resident of the State of Arkan
sas, and non-resident of tha but of Ten
It is therefor ordered that h aitk
bil appearance herein at th eourt-
hom of bhelby oounty. in Memphis1, Ten
nesBee, on or before the first' Monday
in eVebrnary, 1H84, and plead, answer or de
mur to complainant bill, or tit sam
will b taken for oonfened SfjtWo hit
and set for heariag ex parte; and tiw&a eopy
of this order be publLned once aeeaek, for
four auooeeaiv weeki, in thePablioWr
This Win day of Decern oer, leeJ,
A oopy Attest'
R. J. BLACK, Clerk andKut.
Ey J.M ilradley. D. C- A M.
O King and Le Thornton, solicitors for
complainant W 106
No. T.-Befor Thoi Pleaing, J. P. fr
Hhelby county, lean. -rat nopr ts. nm.
JM this otnsi an attachment having ben
saed ont under lectio n 465 of the Code of
nrjeoee. and returned levied npo th
preirty or tn aeienaani, an amaavn
hawinar heal, nada that defendant Is indebted
to tb plain lid in th tuts of ml It due by
account, aad that the elaitn Is J jt,
and that the defendant Is a non-resident of
the btate oi Tennessee, it Is therefor ordered
that laid defendant make kit personal an
petrano before io on tb M day r'ebruary.
hai, at my omoe, No. 417 Main street
viamnhis. Tennessoe. and defend
said attachment suit within the tim
prescribed by law, or the earn will b pro
eeeied with expartei and that a copy of ibis
! h nublinbed one a week for foo
oonecutive week in the Publle Letlrer.
TQisiheiMnttaym "m"rK , .
TUUi. iLKMINtl, J. Ft
lifl lort ,11 IIS
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Before P M Winters, 1 P. for Shelby Mualr-.
Amber Johnson vs Mrs, L. Dougherty,
The plaintiff, on allldavittbat th defend.
ant II ind-otea o ner in " -"" Vr
ten hundred and twenty-fir dollars), ant. Is
1 1 1 t tki Miatd anil a rntilant uf
Itentackr, having ob-ained from V. M. Wln
tera, a Juslice of the l'eioe of Sh.lby cuaty.
lennesse., an onsinal aitacuueai aaaioa,
th. estate of the deT.-udant, niurnabla to the
tlh day of February, lwl; and th. lame
having been levied by larDl.hmen ona a.im
of money In tha handa of the Southern K.
press Company as ine pro,,
In" it is .rdor'.dtli.l the
before the said Jutic. of th. 1 '; ' t
utlic. in the oity of Memphit.
lennes-e... on the 4th dy f "''ru,"''i
to detenda.id attachment suit or t ill be
procoedod Willi ex-parie.
ordered tbt this aotice be.pulillsaed lu th.
rubiio i.e,uer ior v,i isi-rrua J 9
Wright, F.lke, k Wright. rtVtijjfi-
If- MMMMaA '
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,,',unir. lenn.-W.lter. L.n,.l.r A . H
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l'cuTrd.: .To ?,i..c.dTj?
and lituro .ltl upon the
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late nis .per.' ... u ,
taaay " ."..- ,Um, ,
mi within t- J f
terthtxl bv law. r ue " ' "f
Nwsxi with es-pert and that WJJ1?"
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