THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPiAL-SUNDAY, cT-AJSnj-A-IilY 21, S77,
The tank rpKrtrJ "dull" with plenty of
money, little cull for it, and excluwi-u in
ample supply at the usual rates; New York.
fklo. New ring-land demand, buying at 'j
discount, filing at pur. New hnyland siirht
g discount, stiTintf at par. Uoid was steady
at New York all -lay at IQG. but the Lu,t
Quotation in the afternoon was l'JO4.. lirokers
hVre 106. Tbe New York Tinus. of Wrdm-
iar. report's!: "The following wen? the
rate of exchange on New York at the und-T-mentionetl
cities: Savannah. buyin 3-10 off.
sellintr tr: St. Loui. 7. pn'njium; Cin-in-
nati tirni. buying ,V) discount and par, ftfilini?
five prr cent, premium; Oharlextoii, eay, f
discount an 1 iar: New rl-anif. rntmnercui
7-16. bank (. and Chicago to 10)
premium." The St. Ivji Republitan re
mark: "From thi time forth Amirica will
VTTidually but survlv take Utck the millions
which f-he has tuid to Knirlaii'l. Not only
are Kntfli-hinen paying gold to American fur
wheat, com. cotton. petroleum, provisions.
dairy product. etc. but they are
also tuvinir their cold for American
maniifiu;tuiv. The cotton fabriot of
Mass his-tt.s are selling to-day in Manches
ter, the eile tools of Connecticut are exten-
vely purchased by the population of Shef
field, and the superior jewelry of New Y'ork
city U eagerly bought by the well-to-do per
tou ot Liinuingham. During 178 the United
Statr exported WwO.tfiO worth of it
article in excess of its import, and 'liritiah
go'd" had to be paid to settle the bill." Noth
ing wa reported in local tecuntiea.
I BY TELKGRA.PII.
PARIS, January 20. Rentes, lOCf. COc
FRANKFORT, January 20. New five.
NKW ORLEANS, Janoary 20. ol i.107
(107l4. New York nijrht, 44 dincount. Stir
ling exchange, bankers' bill.., 615.
LONDON, January 20. Consols for money
and on accunt, 35 i-16; United States cou
pon. 5-20h of l6o, 10'."; do. 1-67, l'J4':
lJ-40. new5, 107; New York Cen
tral, 90: trie, 9; Erie preferred. 'jyt
NEW YORK. January 20. Moet, -a4s
per cent., closing at same fiureg. l'rime
mereantilejap'-r,.r'46 per cent. Customs re
ceipt, f'it.fM. The axeistart trfa.sur r dis-
bowl 24-.0:. Clearing. 21..V).0m).
Sterling dull: long, 41; short. 4-4!. Cold
open'tii ai ami ciotea ai in;.
All sale of the day were at these fi.,urs.
Carrying r.iU- 4i and 5 per cent. Sil
ver Ixiri, 1:14. greenbacks; l'b gold; silver
coin. H; Iudon quotation, lti 3-lGd per
ounce. Government bonds active and
strong1; coupons of 114sr; do. 15V,
109s,'; do. new. 110-, do. lSti7, 113?.,': 10.
lv. 117; new X 11 2?,; new 4)i, J-.W,';
10-40s, rt'girtt'r-d. 111;1.;'; do. coupon, 113-'8;
currency 6s. 12-5'i. State bonds quiet
and nominal; Tennessee Gs, old, sVJ';
Tenneee 6s, new, 42i ; Virginia 6a, old, ;i;
Virtrinia 6a, new. :iO; Muiuri 6a. 104.
Railroad bonibi firm. The stock market was
irenerally firm during the day, and b-.come
tixrnfr and higher at the cloae. Rock hland,
New Y'ork Central, Union .Pacific and Lake
Shore l:adinjr the upward movement. Rock
Island advan.-ed to l ri',. New York Central
to loP8, l-ik .Shon? to 5 i?g, Northwcatera
preferred t) Union Pacific to 62,l4, St.
Paul preferred to 494, Western Union to
76., Chios to 7, Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western to New Jernoy Control to
and Michigan Central to 4'Jj. Transactions
to-day at the stock exchang-o aggregated
10J,(Ji" shares, of which 4ou0 were New
Y'ork Central, 27iX North wn&tern, '.HjOO Rock
Mand, 21M Pacific llaik 4-VJO St. Paula,
2 1.& W Werf'Tu Union. 4J0 Lackawanna and
Western, 4000 New Jersey Central, 11,000
Michigan (Central and 2000 Illinois Central.
The following wero the closing quotations :
Western Union telegraph, 76i; Quicksilver,
14 ; Ouickiiilver preferred, 20,if; Pacific
Mail. 2$li; Mariposa, 54; Jlaripofa pre
ferred, 6S0; Adams Express. 102; Wells &
Fargo Expnis company. 64-4; American Ex
press company, 57; United States Ez-
rress company. 56'; New York C ntral,
04: Erie, i0; Erie preferred, 17?: liar-,
lem, 14i);" Harlem preferred, 1:36; Mich
igan Ct-ntral, 4i; Panama, 22; Union
Pacific stixk, 62.'; Lata Shore, hU;
Illinois Central. 58; Cleveland and
rittiJljorg, Sl4; Northwestern, 36Ji; Korth
wextern preferred, bhi; Cleveland, Col
nmbui, CiEcirvnati and Indianapolis, 37;
New Jersey Central, 3o; Rock Island
101Jg; St, Paul, lK: St. Paul preferred,
Wabash, Fort Wayne, 100?;
Terre Uaute, 3; Tene Haute prefer
red, 14 i.f; Chicago and Alton. 101 if; Chi
cago ana Alton preferred, 110; Ohio and
Mississippi, 6 4; Iilaware, Lackawanr.a and
Western, 75" 8: Atlantic and Pacific tele
eTupb,16!j' ; Missouri Pacific, 101JJ; Atlantic
and Piicitic preferred, 2; Indiana Central,
3li; Chicago. H irlington and Quincy, 17M;
llanniljal and St. Joseph, 2i; Central Pacihc
U mon 1 acihc
Union Pacific land cmnts,
Pacilic sinking fund,
The cr.tton market yesterday was under
better influences the sun shone out and gave
m th first full daylight we have had for days.
The telegram were better; Liverpool ad
'Vanced with an active market; New York ad
rancetl and the sale of futures was very act
ive; New Orleans also aJvanced. la our
market there was not the active demand the
telecrrams would appear to warrant; many of
the buyers appeared doubtful of the penaa
naney f the advance, and preferred await
intr Monday's tiding. The day's sales were
better, however, and an advance was steored
at which the m.irk"t closed firm. The New
York bulletin, of Wednesday, reports a dull
market. "At the ouUet the cable brought
discouraging advices, and this being followed
by indications of larger receipts afterward
verified, the demand fell away, the offerings
increased aad prices went down. There was,
however, no unusaal pressure to realize
brought to bear, and toward the latter part
of the day tlio tone improved, with a slight
recovery on valuesthe change being due, it
was supposed, in the main to the desire ef
mall operators to take in th profits of the
Tettrrda'j. JXzy Vr.
.. frlOM rrinVt
.. 11S.3I2 RllH
.. laat.'rrii t?12U
(rood ordinary. ...
M 111 1 111:
ood mlddllnx rrl2 rfl2H
Mlddllns: fair fM:U4 ct:f
Clean sLdos 10411V 101 (2 11U
The market was firm. Sales, 2MX) bales,
of wiikh exporters took 800, spinners 1700,
and speculators 'JtjQ bales.
Cotton Kimiwi January 20.
Stock Septnnber 1 . 1 K7rt 5.403
bmelml since last statement.... HU3
beoeied pnrlousl - 2V3,0HJ 2. '3. (CO
flbtppMl stn lift slat4metit . 1.710
auii imd ortvlvuly 224.0d0
Stock at noon this Ur
TTiisi Car thl mM
thus rar last whc
Memphis and Charleston railroad 2H1
HbLi3li;l and TMiiie.nic rallruad 70
Louisville. Nashville and li t Southern K. B. MH
Pwlucah ami r!-npfil5 nllrond 73
Mnui.liU and Uule Hock railroad 1."1
Wutui -.d other suuroes iVO
Tutal receipts to-dnj &
This for this week 1.710
Thus for Us iwfc 8.231
bluoe September 1st 225.77W
Venphls and Cbarteston rallwny
Mlsnlsiiiipl ;uid TenneMee railroad
Louisville Nashville and O t boulbern B. R.
By rail north
By rail south
Total shipments to-dar
The following are the official telegrams of
the coalition of the domestic markets as rc
eived at the cotton pxchange:
Nw Otieaas . .
mm 1 ihx
Yesterdav's New York closing telegr.ua re
nts: Ordinary. 11 5-16c: trood ordmarv.
L' 3-16c; low middhnp, 12 11-lGc; middling.
J-Jbc; (rood mul.ilinir. l'-l i-1jc. Tone
f the market: At 10:.'30. quiet, demand and
Ifering hght; 12:15, quiet and 1-Ke hiirher;
:1a, quiet; J:1'J, quiet, bales, lot tales.
ITie following are the closing1 rates in New
ork futures for yesterday and the d:. v before :
'131?13 .V M
!14U'?I4 3 11
14U14 6 Id
13-wdl l l.Vld
hru...l 1.1 26-92
ay 1.1 .ji-.sjti4
lust ,14i-l'W14 11-82
f-A 1 1 :i 1 6-1 it r? 1 :i : 1 -a2
v.... 11 iw-rtzrr i-ymt
..iVi 13-32213 15-32 13b?13
Bales. -30.000 bales. The tone of the mar-
K"t at 10:16, firmer; 11:15. quiet and firm;
L:15, barely steady; 1:30, steady; 2:30,
:eady; 3:15, steady.
New Orleans yesterday quoted middling at
E-Wc at the clce: receiDts. !H7 bales: sales.
kiJ bales. The market was firm.
Yesterday Iiverpool closing- telejrram re-
Wts: Uplands, 7d; Orleans, 7 3-1 6d. Sales,
p,000 bales; American, 15,000 bales. Ker
ceived, 11. OX) bales; Ameriiui, iTuO b:iis.
The market wa buoyant.
Yesterday's Liverpool telegrams nrport ar
rivals utl2:'W, partially l-:32d higher; -lirerv,
April and May, 7 :3-16, 7 7-2d; Jau-
uarv and February. 7 1 VI 6d; February nd
March, 7d; March and April, 7 3-32. 7, d:
June and July, S(u; July anJ August,
7. VICd; thiymrnt, IVeember and Jaauary,
7d; January and February, 7 3-32, 7.Sjl;
February and March. 7 7-.J2.I. At 1 M,
ikimtrnt, March and April. 7 -VrfJd; Ainil
anl May, 7 7-.!2d. At 2f), delicery, .May
and June, 7 SJ--5'M. At 3S30. arrivals were
qui-t, drltrrry. March and April, 7.d.
The movement at the ports was reported as
jXMf I far.
itee'U since Krl.UijF, 7.1')1 j IH.'.xx)
kip'IBtoii. biiuilu' K.irj't j 1U.513
Kx'UtoConilneuli 4.'IM 1 :.744
Stock. I Hk;.WS I 927.070
GROCERIES AD PRODUCE.
The t'neral market bad little animabon in
it yesterday, althouah the river is now ouen
to Cairo. Corn was in free, offering, but the
demand was oor; ) s,v ks and ViO sacks
sold at 40c. Iater in t:i.' day only 4-'c was
bid for 2U0 or i-acks that was on the mar
ket; one house was bidluig 4'k fur-Vxi siicks.
It is the K"neral belief that an indefinite
amount 01 com is yet to come in, ana een 1
lower prices than the present ore couhaeutly
expecb?d. The country people will do well
to turn their com into tork and make it pay,
The fet. Louis li;ubticnn anticipates a iood
demand from Europe, owing to low supplies
there anu a prota'lc war in prospect: it says.
rteuly a lartre amunt 01 com, under these
advantaifeti. ouirht to be puithed forward ria
loe jetsk-s. According to the latest rerjorta
from the lar there was a cletr channel two
huidrel feet wide and twenty-two feet d.jCD
through the jetties from end to end, and still
deepening. 1'his in the way the jettiua have
taueU. V hat a Pity such a failuro had not
tak-n pLice a Ion time iuro." In sioro corn
sold at -Vi'r.VV;. O-tta were quiet
in store, t'hni. ISran was not of
fering, nominally f!6; in store, 'J0(99-rK5
cwt. Hay is in trcall stocic and lower prices
are expected now the river is operi; sale of a
car-load of timothy, small bales at f 17; 25
bates choice timothv at 2: prairie hav
ollVrinir at 11 for large and f 12 for small
ImiIix; in ntore, prairie. 7c; field, l5c(e
1 10. Corn menl was verv nuiet at (2 65x
t(). I'vtatitft cannot be hauled on account
of the condition of the landing, and, there-
lore, nothing is doing to test the market; a
small ht of small barrels sold at $ i 45; in
litore, f 3 fudf.i ". Onions are scarcj at 4
(;?4 -.). Apples are quiet; liJO barr--ls of
nwsets sold at f 2 05; in store, $ 2 2-r(3.
Ega were in better supply and lower; saltss
early at 4 c, atierwaril at 4(c. liutrrr is
weaker at 12ls'or2c, M-ith pome little &t 30c.
Ch.ickms wens mon; plentiful and lower at
2 -Jttf4 for the best hens. Uwles $
moderate demand: geeso, f- o'J. lurkrys
were quiet at Jf'.wl2; dresstjd. 10313c.
Jiiwutincous: c-parenos, vc: raolfits in
little request, 7 c per dozen; dried apples,
40i-jKc, sale of 2uJ0lbs at 4c: oranires, tf5
for o)iiimon; choice and selected, 'S6 50 a
Merchant)' Wholesale Cash Price.
Chamber of Commerce Official Statement.
FLOUR Firm : superfine. U 2S: double extra.
Sd 75: treble extra. 37 50; ebolae family, $d 5
ax 60: f.-i-'icy. ?H 75i7i per btL
HEAIj Ivllll-OnKl. W IXT DDL
COBN Ieiuand lUtbt: mixed. 63S55c: white. Ea
OATS yul!t and firm; mixed, 40350c; white,
62r54c per bush.
BKAN urm, mirrwoc.
HAY Choice westeru. S20322: prairie, nominal-
Iy$ir: mUed, $lh20.
BACON tLoose Breakrast, VJUUlBc; sugJir-
cured bams, uucaiiraoed, 13W'rl4.Vsc; packed, U.O
bsl 1.& f on tLOOse) t-uoijct-rs.aooorains 10 age,
714c; lonRclear, according to ae, flc; near nL,
acuordliiKto age, iiLc; clear sides, according ui,
ii(C: hams, accorulug to age, lOtllOttc; packed,
kiy9 PORK Mess pork, heavy, J19 50S20.
LARD Finn; In tierces, 12!c; kogs, 13c; half
barrelii. 12c; palls, lyrTiaic
BALING 6TU'S Balns, 2 andr 2 lb-.
12612ic; bailee twine, IJd 14c; lrou Ues.oiZ
BVsc.: pltwi ties, 4c.
MACKEKKL Half-barrels, No. 1, J7 CO ." half
barrels. No. 2, Sd 60; half-barrels. No. 3,
K5 60; kits. No. 1. SI 00; kits, No. 2, 1 SO; tits.
So. 3. $1 10.
WH1TEKISH Half-barrels. S5 60C.
COFFES Firm; ordinary, 21c: fa!r, 21t4e;
Bood. 221.5c: prime, 23iac; choice, 243260; Java,
80c; Cordova, 22ff22l.
mca - rrrm ; ordinar- to ctiolce.mjiTTB.
8LOAB LOindlANA In hhds, firm; fair,
K-ljc; fidsT fair. fKfC; prime, eboloe,
tAjf? 10c; yellow clarified, lO-'Mff 1 le: white elarLEed,
ll 'f? 1214c: b.-urelnd, V10 bUcher.
8UOAH HEFLNfcD bcaree; refined A, 12Vie;
crushed and powdered. 1314c; granulated, 13140;
cut loaf, 13K4C; all nominal.
NEW MOLASSES Common, 40c; fair. 4554Se;
prime. 53z5"c; strictly prime, 56rTR7c; choice, 80c.
HVHL'Fa CXimiaoii to fancy, 40r?S6c
6ALT Coarse and common nne. In barrels, SI 65;
dairy. In barrels. S2 7oi?3; Liverpool coarse. In
sacks. (1 26(7 1 30; Liverpool fme, In sacks, tl 50
SOAP Resin and German, 68rt'c; Lattlag's.
CANDLES Boxes, full weight, 15t)p; half box,
10c; quarter box. lrllws.
STAUCH 4r?6cper lb.
WHISKY H5cf?4 per gallon.
LIMK 81 arii? 1 60 per barrel.
CFMENT Louisville. 82 25; Bosedale, (2 75 per
KSCULKNT9 AND FHDITS Apples, nominally,
per barrel, S2 60t?3; lemons, per box, gd 60;
oramres, per barrel, 8737 60; potatoes, per barrel,
7.K4; cabbage, percrate 8.,rZ6; oalons, S3 76
f?4: dried apples, 6c.
MISCELLANKOL'S Butter Western tftbla.
choice, 30536c; Inferior, 12Uif720c; eggs, 50e;
nails, per ket;, 3 10; vlneKar, per gallon,
18r?26c; tooacco, per D), 4Hirn0c; spice, l(c;
pepper, 20c; sardines. Slot? 15 50; oysters, 1 B,
80e?31: oysters, 2 n, 1 0rr2; coal-oll, Sfle;
matches. 8 ; cotton-rope.l (ait(c; Krass-rope, 1 1 la
i:ic; powder, kegs, i 36: shot, patent, t'i 40
02 60; sKla, kes, 6c; soda, cases, ttc; cheese,
16c; new raisins, 22 4022 60.
BY TELEGRAPH. .
LOUISVILLE, January 20. Flour firmer,
but not quotabiy higher. Wheat firmer; red,
fl 40; amber, tl45I SO; white, 1 4o
I 50. Corn firmer, 44c. Rye in good de
mand, 80c. Oats quiet. Pork quiet, 13 62.
bulk meats steady, , Ste. Bacon dull
and nominal; clear sides, 10c. Sugar-cured
hams, 136o. Lard quiet; tierces, llfc;
kegs, llj-j'c. Vhi-sky, fl 05. Bagging quiet,
CHICAGO, January 20. Flour quiet but
firm. Wheat in good demand, and prices a
shade higher, cloving easy: No. 2 spring,
Chicago, $1 30. Corn dull and prices a
shade lower, 43?8c. Oats steady ,3og(if 35i'c.
Kye steady at 72c. Barley fairly active and
aj shade hrj;her, 63J-jc. Pork unsettled and
lower at fit; 70(16 75. Lard dull and nom
inal, 10. 70! ll.75. Bulk meats st?ady. WhLiky
steady at f 1 07.
CINCINNATI, January 20. Flour steady.
Wheat quiet; red. fl 40il 50. Corn is
steady and in fair demand at 43(g45c. Oats
quiet but uteady, 33(3.'lt?c. Kye dull, fc2
b-ic. Barley is dull and nominal. Pork dull
and nomuial, f 17. Lard quiet but firm;
lOJfc; kettle, llifl2c. Bulk meaU de
maud light but holders firmer; shoulders, C-jC
upot; short rib. b?BWt4C; short clear, Vjdt
Jc. Bacon quiet at 7,S(i?iSE10c. Green
meats nominal. Whisky strong at f 1 05.
ST. LOCIS, January 20. Flour very firm
and in good duaiand, but business checked by
higher claims of sellers. Wheat higher; No.
2 red fall, $1 ;6io64. Corn fairly activo
and a shade higher; No. 2 mixed, 4O.V4I?
40?bC. Oats dull and lowwr to sell ; No. 2,
33ic Hye easier. lo dOHc; 75r753
bid at the close. Barley firm; prime to fany
northern, 80cS 1 15. Whi.ky quiet at fl 07.
Pork opened firm and higher, but closed a
rhade otf, $17 25. Lard dull and lower to
sell; llcas-ked. 10Jc bid. Bulk meats dull,
only a small jobbinar tra'le. Bacon easier,
7 1 . 0 i f;' ?4 9JsC. Hogs qniet ; light
shipping, $5f o 50; medium to gorid pai'k
ing, $" &H$rj 80; best heaTy, $5 65(2 5 90;
fancy, $6 05.
NEW ORLEANS. January 2). Floar
double extra, $6 25 6 50; treble extra. $P 75
high grailes, $S 25S 50. Com
mixed, 5r"c; white, 56(5Sc. Oats ?t. Louis,
4Hc; (Jalena, 50c. Cornmeal, $2 75. Hay
dull: prime, $1S20. Pork13H 25.
Lard jobbing, tierce, lljc; keg, 12'il2j.
Bulkfmeats are quiet but steady at 69(CJ'$
9 '-Ye. Bacon shoulders, lc; clear rib",
I0J4C; clear. IOJ-jC. Sugar-cured ham 13
14)ic. WhWky $1 0100. Coff.-e Kio
cargoes, ordinary to prime, liaic, gold.
Supur steady; intenor, 55c7c; common to
gool common, 7?8ii fsu'r to fully fair, e t
(',,44C; prime to choice, 9f9Vic; centrifugal,
9(ix914'c; yellow clarified, lOc Molars
weak; centrifugal, 25(g37c; common, 30g
:-55c; fair, :jcf 3-c; prime to choice, AKZiCz.
Rice Louisiana, ordinary tochoice, JjiCc.
NEW YORK, Januar 20. Hour strn.
limited demand; superfine western aad tat-
J." 7""f G. Kye Hour quiet Vmt ftady, ti
ft?5 20. Wheat firmer an8 fairly meeting
the demand, with a limited export and
speculative inquiry; N- 2, cpring, Chicago,
$140. Rye quie; western, t? 1(3 S8c. Malt quiet
but steady. Cora new in hght demand and
lower; old dall; misd new, no grade, tjQg
6j4c. Oats dull. Hay firm at $. Hops
dull. Coffee quiet. Sugar quiet : fair to good
refining. 90?9;'tc; prime, 9c; reaning,
11 t'c H.l4c- Moiasses quiet; New Orleans,
45'"j57c. Rice steadr, with a moflerate
demand. Petrr.leum rlull; crude, 14J-c; re
timed, 20?4C Eggs;western.jjO(rf:iJc. Pork
firmer; new meis, $17 MOi 17 7". Ii.-ef quiet;
middles long clear western, 9m(39Xc; fhort
clear, 'J?ic. Iard heavy: jirime steam, 11 Wc.
Butter dull: western, 12a:ljc. Cheese steady.
Whisky, $1 13i cloring with sellers at
NEW YORE. January 20. Business less
active on accoant of the stormy weather. Cot
ton goods remain firm in tirst hands. Me
dium prints fairly active. Ginghams in better
request; Renfrew's dress gicKuama will be
opened by jobbers on Mondav. Fancy cis
simers, worsted coatinrs, and lientucky jeans
in fair request. Foreign goods continue
PKEHClillTIOX r It Ell.
T7H the gpeedr cure of Seminal
J1 Manhood, sad s'l disorders brousut n
dlseietkni or excess.
tg( dniKglt has the lngm!)-
ux. JAUL ks W.j
Weather and Kivrr Ctiranlcl A.
Fartly clear all day, with lowering teuijier
atuxe. The river rose here over fi ve feet yes
terday and was still ruing rapiily at dark
hut bight, when the ice had nearly cear-.tl
running. Latent tidic from other poh.s
will be found below :
Uinci Siuai. Bnnci Ons. V. 8. A., I
Mkmphis, Jtmuiry ad Sen. (
Cairo ill) 4 113 I
CVnelnnwl W H 13 1
lMeci(.on. . . : .
Huieua, Alk I
L!Ui Jt,.ct I
IxHitsvtiie i 4 23
XempnU. ' 3 A I
Nwlivllle i an 7 11
.NewOrisaiiS ' 14 1 S
riiubun; 10 a 2
HUrevetiort. 10 V
Ht. Louts. 10 3
VS'Aabunt j H ......1 15 !
fc-loi tilth vmint mark.
LOCAL OB"-HK V ATION9 TE3TkRDAY.
3 43 p. in.
Maximum tlienuomt tur. 67 Uric.
Minimum th-rra..n-u r, 36 dtK.
W. M'ELEOY. Servc-ant Slg. Sex. V. 3. A.
11 j Telerph.
Nsvr Okleans, January 20 Nigat. No
arrivals or departures. Pleasant.
Louisville, January 20. Night. Weath
er cold and clear. Imparted; Bernard, St.
Louis; Gold Oust. New Orleans. Twenty
nine fect in the canal.
VscKSBuno,. January 20 Night. River
rose 15 inches. No boats up or down.
Neither the Grand Republic nor Moore have
arrived. Raining and cool.
Cairo, January 20 Night. Arrived: Jim
Fisk, I'aducah. Departed: Idlewild, F.vans
vilie, 4 p.m.; Jim Fisk, Paducah, 7 p.m.
The Ohio is clear of ice here, with 29 fect 4
inches and rising. Weather clear, and mer
cury 23 deg.
Cincinnati, January 20 Noon. River
3 feet 6 inches, and rising. A heavy ra
fell last niirht Niirht River 53 fect
inches, and stationary. Departed: Kmn;a
Graham, Pittsburg; B. H. Cook, Nashville;
Goidcn City, Isew Orleans.
Evansttllb, January 20 Night. Clew
and cold, with mercury 32 to 35 de. River
391-10 feet and rising very slowly. A stiff
breeze is blowing from the northwest. Up
James W. Gaft, 6 a.m. ; Maggie Smith, 8
a.m.; Cherokee, 1:-W p.m. Dawn: Dick
Johnson, 10 a.m.; Arkansas Belle, 10 a.m.;
John Means and barge, 11 a.m. Busincns
active. The John Means is receiving hand
somely. Pitt9blti, January 20 Noon. River
9 feet H inches, and rising. W eather cloudy
and mild. It rained last night. The Monon
gahela is rising slowly at points above. The
fee in the upper Allegheny is still firm, but
thawing. Heavy rains fell at Parkers and
Oil City, and the river is now considerably
swelled Night River 11 feet and rising.
Weather cloudy and mild. The Mononga
hela is rising above. The Allegheny is
rising. The ice at Parkers moved down a
short diktanca, at 3 p.m., and gorged.
XtrrMmM at tit Lever.
Citof Chester. Cairo: Bee and banre3.
Cairo: Atlantic and barires, Cairo; H.C. Yae
ger, Cairo; Coahoma, Friar's Point; Ste. Gen
Susie Silver, New Orleans; Charles Mor
gan, Jew Orleans; 11. U. laeger, iNew Or
leans; Bee and barges. New Orleans; At
lantic and barges, New Orleans; James How
ard, New Orleans; City of Chester, Vicks
burg; Colorado. Cairo; Thomas Sherlock,
Cincinnati; C. B. Church, Cincinnati; James
1). rarfcer, Cincinnati; belle 01 lexas, inars
Ste. Genevieve, Osceola, Coahoma.
JiTrrirv-Pil - A IlUnoTaiichQn. Gov-.
ernor Garland, City of Alton, Grand Kepub
lic, J. W. Garrett and barges, Ella, Osceola
Belle, A. C. Donnally.
BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT.
Cairo Ste. Genevieve, J. S. Lightner,
master, five p.m.
BOATS LEAVING MONDAY.
Friar's Poixt Coahoma, Stack Lee,
master, five p.m.
St. Francis River Osoeola,M. D.Flower,
mafiter, five p.m.
Arkansas City Phil Allin, Geo. Malone,
master, five p.m.
Cincinnati G. WT. Cheek, W. H. Kirby,
master, five p.m.
WniTE River Ruth, M. R. Harry, mas
ter, five p.m.
Coahoma 126 bales cotton. 367 tks cotton-
eetd, G5 pkgs sundries.
City of Oheat.i' IM0 pks miscellaneous
H. C. Yeagcr CO brls Hour.
Ste. Genevieve 62 bales cotton, 10 bags
seed-cotton, 20 sks cottou-6eed.
The IlopeSeld sandbar is out of sight again.
Business on the levee yesterday was brisk.
The Belle of Texas left for Friars Point
with a good trip of freight and people.
The Ste. Genevieve leaves for Cairo at ten
o'clock this morning. She will be found at
The City of Chester, for Vickabunr, added
at the elevator 75 tons of freight, 50 head of
sheep, and a lot of cattle.
the ttuth will arrive this morning, and
commence receiving lor ner return trip to
White river and its tributaries.
The river was nearly clear of ice all yester
day, but repoifa from above etate that more
and heavier ice.is coming down.
Ine 1 nil ALLlu resumes ner regular day and
leaves at ner usual hour to-morrow evening
for Arkansas City and way points.
Captain frank chunk, lornierly lreight
clerk of the J. W. Galf, has accepted the
position of chief clerk of the Mary Miller.
1 ne ooioraao aepanea ior uairo wiin ww
bales of cotton, 150 barrels of oil, a lot of
way freitrht. and a good showing of people.
The Coahoma lays over till to-morrow
evening, when she gets back on her regular
day. Friars Point and the bends is her desti
nation. The A. C. Donnelly, due up to-day from
Helena, en route to Cincinnati, it is reported,
has over one hundred tons of freight for
Tha James Howard departed for New Or
leans with 1000 bales of cotton, 500 barrels of
oil, 500 tons of oil-cake and oil-meal, and a
fair trip of passengers.
The.Atlantic ana barges passed down yes
terday. She added here barges Nos. 11 and
32. containing 900 tons of oil-cake and meal,
and 1450 bales of cotton.
The G. W. Cheek, Captain Kirby, is adver
tised to leave for Cincinnati Monday evening.
She will remain in the Ohio, taking the place
of the sunken Bannock City.
We are glad to announce that, so far, no
accident has occurred in this vicinity from the
ice flow, owing to the fact that everybody
kept their steaml oatt out of the way.
The OfccoI has resumed business in St.
Francis river, leaving Monday evening in
command of Captain Flower, who will keep
her there as long as business will justify.
That miserable plank road cn the levee,
from Union street to the elevator, is almost
impassable for man or beast. Can't the
wharfrnaster have something done down
The James D. Parker departed last evening
for Cincinnati with 1165 bales of cotton, 350
barrels of oil, 66 barrels ol scrap-iron,
hogsheads old iron, a large lot of sundries,
and a fair trip of passengers.
The Ruth, having been detailed by the
foggy weather and heavy running ice, did
not arrive in time to leave yesterday evening,
consequently her departure is deferred till
Monday evening. See her card elsewhere.
Captain Wm. Elliott and his crew left yes
terday morning for St. Francis, to bring his
packet the Llia out. She will arrive here
Monday rnominar and bo ready to receive for
St. Francis, and leave Tuesday evening, go
incr through to Wittslur(r.
- Wharfm aster Hellahrr woT a smile as ex
tensive as the crack in the new levee yester
day on account cf so many arrivals, every one
of which was promptly bulldozed for wharf
age. Every little helps to patch np the new
r"Ak for AlU OCKH, anil oht&la
tbeso, and witiolil mWrritblr tiuitalioas.
H. BK AXIIKKTH.l'resX
Offlcr. 4 nnivl hirfft. !Vfw Vcrk.
on. boh A3ca a s
its L lis ii!
" : 'n of IS 'r tur.d-t -!' m-frp-w
1 iO k n J Xrry.( px .t..tr U V IV br.. thr't t.
tar suhI ru. i'r(rt. 1 1 t. tu- -Ar.ing Uv,
ymptorr av1 u j Vv c-.r ti otJy tva
mt,TiA rk cl'As ki.d rWT pt.. ksiuoci. siusi la cwrwi
a Try r U ftct sKCUT.y cn rC-ivof m St
A4d. c. A ftwfciiK.w, j sVcsnki jrauk u.-
ALL TILE BAXK8,
S. C. TOOFS
IS Court Street.
MOORE, BASSETT & CO.,
Not. 851 and S53 Second SU, Meaiphls.
1 I Jf
T a I
T fi :
-V I I V. O I I
5,-v-r. ' r
tSl ABL1SILLD 1840.
J.& J.STEELE & CO.
No. 1 Exchange Building,
ICS Front street, Memphis, Tennessee.
Are pretiared to handle WHEAT on commis
sion, fncks furnished on orders.
OKGILL KKOTHEUS &CO Agents,,
310 and 312 Front Street.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
317 Second Street, near Monroe
METALLIC AND WOODEN BURIAL CASES
and Cakkts. Elegant Kobes, Uents' Suits anil
Conln Trimnilnifi. Orders by telegraph sent promptly
C. O. D. Special attention paid to erubHlmliu;.
New Map of Memphis
IN order to supply a want long felt, I have, at a
considerable outlay, made a naw mip of the
city of Memulils, embracing all the newest subdl
vlsloss, railway connections, and all other general
lntormation to make the same as perfect as possi
ble, rendering It a useful adjunct In every business
olllce. The size ef the map Is 2 feet tt Inches by 3
feet a portable and convenient size.
Mr. WILLIAM C. COGHLAN, who Is my Agont,
will wait on the citizens to take their subscriptions,
from whom I trust a liberal patronage.
JAMES B. COOK. Architect,
US M;tdlson street.
M. D. JOHNSON, President.
J. C. GBIFFLNU, Cashier.
J. L. COK, Ass't Cashier.
Mechanics & Traders
Ko. 9 Madison Street,
Transacts a Banking and Brokerage business.
Bonds, Stocks, Scrips and Securities generally
Makes a specialty of paying taxes, furnishing
scrip for same, at lowest market rates.
Loans negotiated, and money advanced upon local
securities and other approved collateral.
Prompt attention given to collections.
ANPLEXDID OPPORTUNITY TO
WIS A FORTl'.E.-SltCONl) GRANb
Drawing, 1S77, at New Orleans. Mondav. Feb. fth.
LOIIMIA.VA HTATE LOTTERY CO.
This Institution was regularly lncorportted by the
Legislature of the State for educational purposes In
18t, with a capital of $1,000,000. to which It has
since added a reserve fund of ?350.00O. Its
t-rand Single N amber IrawinM will take
flnoe monthly. It neivr scales or poslpuites.. Look
at the following scheme:
CAPITAL PRIZE. :25,0O0.
40,000 Tickets at Five Dollars Each.
LIST OF PBIZES:
1 Capital Prize 825,000
1 Prize 10,000
2 Prizes S2H0O .
5 Prizes 1000.
fl Approximation Prizes of S20...
9 Approximation Prizes of 125..".
9 Approximation Prizes of 75...
5022 Prizes, amounting to. 8111,100
write ior nrcuiars or send orders to
Chas. T. Howard. Sew Orleans, La.
Third (rand Monthlv Dranlns. Mon
day, March 5th. Capital Prize, 5!0,O0D Tlc'iuls,
A. J. L0TD.
224 Main Street.
DEALERS IN FINE
And Plated Ware.
All of the best manufactories and of
THE LATEST PATTERNS !
tywatehes and Jewelry Repaired and Guaran
teed. GOODS HKNT ON APPROVAL
R TH E
PIECK JGH'ELKV CO.YI LCI ATIOX
OCT iients' eleitant Watch-Chaln. Gtld-Plated-Sleeve-Buttons.
Collar-Buttons, Set of Spiral Studs,
Plain Ring, and Imitation Coral Scarf-Hn. Com
plete sample lots. 25 cents; 12 lots, J2. Special
term- - rents. BH1 DK 4 CO.. 7U.C 'dway. N. Y.
OFFICIAL REPORT CONFTRU3 THE NEWS
. Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine
received the hlsrhcnt award for best family
machine In the w orld, for Simplicity. Durability.
Light Running, lulex and Rapid StlU:hl!i!i. Nw
Wop-motlon, Largest Carwiclty, Superior Workman
ship; best of material used In construction; wearing
parts adjustable; dolnjr all kinds of work from Unest
of lace to heaviest of cloth. A written euantntee to
kp macbliiM In complete onler. frwe of ciiarnn. for
Ave years, accompanies each machine, catalogue
of sule and prices of machines; also, catalojrues of
the celebrated GLOVE-FITTING BAZAR PAPER
PATTERN'S, sent free to any address.
Old Machines, of any make, taken In exchange, at
fair value. Needles and attachments sold for all
machines. Also, neatly repaired.
JAMES A. SWAINE & CO.,
GENELAL A (i EATS,
o. 272 Second street, Ayers BuiMing.
DBS. V. WESSOX & SOXS,
Q ) MAIN STREET. TEETH EXTRACTED
painless by Lauehitur Gas. Cull rind get
a full bet of Teeth for 10. Children' stth tvgu
ulated with care, on rensouabls terms.
is.uas av.-t. ttm stl
diwfrwi to a
k r- Trrr .e , -r
concsuiw infvniisfm. jkra oo cm cmn ftcon! u b wK
cot 1 00 hcrw to pfttrn Ci SltJu ni eu-pujo,
(viuj iswu -ir-m.m iV irr t-jt 07 j QaJ
&nlT tram Mirru? Oaidn to tim wortsL Pric I
OT Kail, i asi atitnoc Mf M e0Mtd ffv
maii oo tuT of t S sTiL-Wrt BraltoiiMl In him 1
b". I lib lps,
JNO. REID, BUILDER
326 Second Street.
FV-STAIRS A SPECIALTY. Estimates made for
parties having losses by fire, or any work In mjr line.
W. II. Oaaso, Prest. I T. w. UocsrwsLL, Sec'y.
Southern White Lead Company.
T T J T r rfT ."V
VU D LEACHED
Every packaw of this Compnnys bnnd of Strictly
jrure w aiie Lead aearsi ne ionow nig guaraniee:
"The TiIte l.er.d contained In this
narlieir is irnitreritecd by tftf Stannrac
isroni. the isOl TilKKV WllITK LKAD
it. !St. ixniN, M9- to codIhIh 110 adulte-
ritiuu wliatevrr. It Im coniiioNeu en
tirely of perfectly Pure Carbonate cf
Irfad and LlaHPeu Oil. anu lit wold nab-
jct tn ( hrmlrsi Analysis and the Klow-
tr The name of this Company Is placed OSLT
upon Sthictlt PCT'.b Lead. It is not placed upon a
seiond or other lnrerlor quality. So parties purchas
ing White Le;uJ brunued soLTtLtK.N uixrAN ,"
sre absolutely sure of obtalniuK a Pkkfkctlt Ptrb
ArtTiCMw. fJfVor sale by dealers la Paints and
Oils tnni:gnoin tne west ana &oum.
H. CASSIDY & CO.
Xo.D5 (Jump St, Xcw Orleans.
Sail-makers, Awning Manufact'rs
4Tdxi rn "iiaTlr A -sti fa'
Where can be found the best assortment of Cotton
Duck in the South. Also, Plain and Fancy Awnlny
Stripes, Awidiies, Window and Door bhades, Gal
lery Curtains, etc
' Iray and 'aon Covers.
We have always on band a lanre assortment of
Jfrench and English Bunting for Flags. HavliK
made the nianuf.tcturlne of Flairs a specialty ft
years, v.o can furnish Amerifcan, Foreign and every
description of Fancy Flags, at lower prices, than
any house In this country. We also elve special at
tentlor. to the gpttlnx-up of every description of
Plain. Fancy and Embroidered Milk I'Irxm anil
iianDcrs. We would call special attention to our
We have on fcand a lante stock of Coffee, drain.
Klce. Wool and otherSackaj. which wo make
to onler. In any Quantity, and we defy com petition
t Ircm any quarter.
f Br We have Cotton Duck, suitable for Cotton
H Covers and Tarpaulins, of the following widths: 22
1 inches, 44. fiO. f2. rtf). TZ. and 1 1U lucnes.
IIAfiDWABK, PLOWS, ETC.
ORGILL BROS. & CO.
Sole Ag'tsin Memphis
AVEBY JLOWS. -
Can fill all orders promptly for the
Hardware Trade In the city and coon.
Large Stock of Traces, Il&mes, Col
Agricultural Implements In reat va
3 IO ANI 312 FROXT STREET
Oranges choice, SO per brl., S3 per box.
Aisles choice, SO to S3 per brl.
Raisins boxes, S2 5; 14-boxes. 75c
drams, 14c ; layers. 15c per pound.
Currants 7c to Do. as to quantity.
Almonds, Oc ; Filberts, 16e ; Pecans,
lOc; French Walnuts. 16c ; Brazils,
Cocoannts. S3 per lOO-CAHU,
MEMPHIS FRUIT CO.,
287 Main Street.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
ForltSTORING GRAY 1IAIIS
To Its afatoral Vitality and Color.
Advancing years, sick
ness, care, disappoint
ment, and hereditary
predisposition, all turn
the hair gray, and either
of them Incline It to
atkk's Haik Vigor.
by lone and extensive
use, hits proven that It
stops tne railing 01 tne
hair Immediately; often
renews the growth, and
always surely restores
fJjuFifdt9SSl'' gray. It stimulates the
nutritive organs to healthy activity, and preserves
ooto toe hair ana lis neauiy. 1 nus uraany, weaa
or sickly hair becomes glossy, pliable and strength
ened; lost hair regrows with lively expression: fall
tna hair Is checked and stabllshed; thin hair thick
ens; and faded or gray hair resume their original
coler. Its oiwratlon Is sure and harmless. It cures
dandruff, heals all humors, and keeps the scalp cool,
clean and soft under which conditions diseases of
the scalp are Impossible.
As a dressing for ladies' hair, the Tioob Is praised
lor its grateful ana agreeable perrume, ana vaiuea
for the soft luster anp nenness 01 tone u imparts.
SB. JT. C. AYEK & CO, IoweIl, Slassw
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sr3old by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicine.
SKISTH & WESSOK'S
.- trri.t. a .
For convenience, power nd
acforacy, it in iaequmted. ir.yoar
merct&nt does not keep them, order di
rect from the Aaencv. 7 0 Chamber St.
P Sew York. W. ItoblllNOtl, Gen'l Aseat.
Cocilas over 1.SOO vrieii VcsreUUle and
Flower Beads. COLORED PLATES. Elegant
wood-cuta of vecetablea and flowers. itmi
ulfw IBssalid ! mw 6aad for it.
DETROIT SEED CO.. fte-trolt. Wlch.
PBUIIiMXO and LOAN
BOAUU OF DIRECTORS.
JOHN GUNJJ, PAT WINTERS.
JAMES REILLT, OWEN DWYER.
TOM KEELEY, JOHN MANOOUE,
M. McKADDEN, P. R. Al'HY,
M. GAVIN. COLTON OREESE,
V. BACIOALUPO, W. J. McDERMOTT,
THUS. 11S1UU, flllL J. MiLLUJI,
JOHN fiUNJf. President.
COLTON GREENE. Vice-President,
THOS. USHER, Treasurer.
W. J. McDERMOTT. Secretary.
E. L. BELCHER, Attorney.
The above Association has perfected Its organiza
tion, and Is now ready to receive subscriptions for
Stock subscriptions will be received by each mem
ber of the Board at their respective omces,
JOHN GUNN, President
W. J. MtDerwott, Secretary.
BISPENiJARy i a.5S
rh:rtT varrn-i-.Tc in thtranceuC of Sexual 'in 3
r. K 1 1 T.V JlAITlfl CiU
b A Phyioioifitjiki View ol'aaliaxrj.iB'A
"for tiiriiiarni.tl And thus m,.-n.pJiUug
imuri.i3e, oathcmyi6prirn( rtp.-v! art
i)n ;ia V.te jKfrrt iiifirmitiil youth.
Kr private nii:i, hi i; fiixjuixi Li kept iruier locfc w4
key. ii'-a: :inl-r a ;1 f-rAtlca.
pf m Pnvate Nature in b r:i iirt, the alimci !
enirnc t iae rxui svtm, end Lerr.rahutcure.liOpftC
v in fnsTjrn. -ri't uni r seal torS ct.
MKJ31CAL, ADVICE on ualnI Chrrvfiic Dic4r.
lrniiril V'C'ikiirM, Cctairih, Ctiror, Rcirttirc, f he ti:;i
I!ni.t. Jte . a !A) pu?r wrk ft urdrr tu-ti for 10 t Alt
t.re booba ctn:ainm 490 pBgclttMiivi rhiaf wt?rn
knrmK cn Cto tuhjet-t. scut accuraly clcdl oa r--wlli
rif -0 f"l Adilrt., Dr. Butte fTiininiB rj
Mo.i2 H. 6tb St.. 8t. xiia.Mo. 1"M leT
Cedar Ker. : : : : Florida.
mOTS hniiwt hAvlnff been eomnletelv renovated
X and enlanred, by the addition of a large din
ing room and kitchen, has now largely increased ac
commodations. v lth the aid or a gooa corps or a
slotants. and the exhaustless supplies of our unri
valed ILsh. orters and eame. the hou.se Is enabled
to offer Its patrons a bill of fare to satisfy the most
Transportation furnished at short notice to all
points alone the coast, uot accessible to steamers,
in comfortable yacht boats
Passengers for New Orleans, Key West and Ha
vana, should arrive on Thursday or Friday at the
Steamer for Tampa and Manatee leaves every Fri
day after the arrival of -the train.
R H. McILVAINK. M.D.. Proprietor.
Q. H. HOLST.
G. II. HOLST
r. W. HOL8T.
320 Slain, opp. Pea body Hotel.
ALWAYS en band. large aesortment of Metallic
Cases and Caskets, and Wooden Coffins, of
r Orders by telegraph
Cases shipped C.O.D.
paomptly Ailed, and
Ira . . '
a B A .V . .V
re. - wwLT iiSi
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
l-s I nlon street, ylepnlw. Tf nftsfr.
M. I. T,. STEWABT,
A T T 0 UN E Y-A T-L A W,
Office 'o. Si Poplar Strees, Mem pi i.
"TTTILL practice in the Courts ef Law and CI tn-
V eery In West Tennessee and North Miss ;ls-
sippl, and give special attention to- collections, 1 jd-
CURED IX 'Q TIME.
INSTANx NEODS RELIEF.
Price Two )o jars per ISottle.
WHOLESALE Druggists will receive s?.m-ls
Free of charee. In order to try same 011 :oor
pecpie. AO agents. Address direct
lLEKlLASTX COHJGX. Chemist,
86 and 3S Cwlar Street, w Y6rl.-.
Rcbt. Lewis & Co.,
Memphis Boiler Works.
New and Second-hand Boilers always on Land.
Steamboat and flantailon Work promptly
FOOT ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS. TENN.
COTTON SEE S MEAL
AT SOLTHKKX Oil. WORKS.
More effective and more
i complete, and more readily
N adapted to the various me
chanical and afrrlciiltural uses
'than any other In the market.
Practical Improvements accu
imulnted from twenty years
with reputation maintained
1 ;uid success established.
Send for Circulars, descriptive, and containing tes-
tlmonlalstiK concernlour t'ort able. Stationary
ana acraricmiai steam-tJiKiiies.
Wooi,Taior & Morse,
F.aton. MadiHon IXKfw York.
BEES B. EDMONDSON.
Late S. V. Senator.
507 Twelfth street, VTashington, 1). C.
WILL practice In all the Courts of the District ot
Columbia. Supreme Court of the United States.
Court of Claims, and before the Executive Depart
ments or tne (lOvemment. frornpi attention eiven
10 tne cnecnon or laun- ocj
OF MEMPHIS, TEN.
J. LEVY, President. S. BOHG, Cashier.
n. uui.Lisjai r 1. ass i casuier.
fTIBANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING, EX-
J- chanee and Collection BHsIness.
Orders lor the purchase and sale of local Bonds.
Stocks and Scrips executed with promptness and care.
1 ax-pa vi iik bcrips always 011 nand, at lowest
DRAFTS for sale on all parts of the civilized
Globe. In larce or small sums, and at lowest Katks.
u.riw Kimiriuuwd facilities for the prompt ,
and satisfactory execution of an business luuustcii
to it. this Bank hopes to merit a continuance of the
con ndence reposed in and patronage bestowed upop
it aunng tne pasi ten years.
New York Branch : LEVY & BOK6,
a KxcnaDjse 1 lare.
JAMES E. BE AS LET
Greene & Beaslev,
18 Madison St., Uemphis.
Representing the following large and vrell-knovn
Liverpool and London and Globe
insurance company (EuKland).
assets (eold S28 42.1
vouuueniai insurance uompany 01
ew xorn, assets
Pheulx Insurance Company of
National Fire Insurance Company
oi naruora, assets
Knickerbocker Life Insurance Com
pany or rew Kortc. assert
VlCtlmH Of Vniifhfiil Imnrntlunn,
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u?,? lr,B aiu every mown remedy.
Trill learn of a simple prescription, I Rfc.fi
tor the speedy cure of nervous debility,
prematnre decay, loBt manhood, and ail
disorders Drought on by excesses. An?
FPU. SAT iE.
T OFFEB the Stock. Fixtures and Furniture of the
J. well known Drug House of C. C. WARD BHO. at
private -sale durlne the next thirty days, and will
afford great Inducements to those desirous of en
gaging in tne drug business. The Drug store has
been established for the past twenty years, and the
location is consiuerea tne pest in tne city.
For particulars and other Information address
K. D. wakd, Trustee, lilo Mam St.,
opposite Worsham House. Memphis.
I'OKTEK. TAILOR & CO. AOF.XTfi,
iww rront wirffi.
Hoffman Patent Steel Plows,
W. Clore's Genuine Calhoun Plows
THE Hoffman Patent Steel Plow Is a late lnven
ventlon of Wm. Clore, and will commend itself
on sight It has
a cutter attached for plowing In
hard ground, and also ior bearing on cotton.
. tot ,
loose ground plowing the Cutter can be readily re-
movea. uui ana see it ai
OKGILL. ItliOTIlEItS & CO.
Sole Agents for Wm. Clore's Plows,
81Q and SIS front Mtryet.
Notice-Sale of Land.
PURSUANT to a deed of trust to me executed
on January 2-t. 1 MTrt. and recorded In Regis
ters omce oi llikq county, ienn., in necora oook A,
puTO wt Kim lur ine use hiiu oeueill OI J. a .
Fargason 4 Co., Memphis, Tenn., by Ferguson 4
Thornton, on the following tract of land, situated In
Civil Iltrlct No. H, Lake county, Tenn, and more
particularly described as follows, to-wlt: Beginning
m a nicKoiy, auunuwesi corner or a survey made In
ine name or jimiu snaw ior one inoiisann acres,
runs west with the north boundary of McLennons A
Hosktns's one-tnousana acre entry, passim; the cor
, ner .v.; itfiitsin tne Mississiptu nvt-r. tnu nonn tip
said river 225 poles to the west corner ot KurohT's
survey for 40 acres; thence east with the same 4x0
poles to a stixe, gum ai,d hickory pointers. Murphy's
corner In Shaw's west boundary; thence south with
Shaw's line 2)0 poles to the beginning, with tene
ments and appurtenances pertaining thereto, to se
cure them, the said J. T. Fargason dc Co., In a debt
of SfcOO, due by note of said date, due November 15,
lHTrt, lor $Oo, said amount being due and unpaid
except a credit of S1W1 Si.
1 win. as said Trustee, on Monday, ."th day of Feb
ruary, 1X77, on the premises, sell to the highest
bidder, for cash, the whole or so much of said tract
of land and appurtenances as will be sufficient to
pay said debt with lawful Interest and my commis
sions as rnittae. i ne title is believed to be perlect.
out i win sen anu couvey only as i rufiee.
MLNTfe.lt PAKKlilt, Trustee.
Mekhi.s. January 4, 1877.
ON SATURDAY. THE 27th DAY OF JANUARY,
1K7 7. between 11 o'clock a.m., and 1 o'clock
p.m., I will sell, at public sale, at the southwest cor
ner of ll.iln and Madison streets, to the highest bid
der, the following real estate, situated on the north
side of Union avenue, about three miles east of tb
city of Memphis, being lot No. ten (10) of N. M.
T relevant s subdivision, as recorded In the Regis
ter's office of Shelby county, Tenn., In book rt:i, page
8V5, containing seven acres and thirty-three hun
dredths of an acre. This sale is made to carry out
the provisions of a deed In trust dated 14th Novem
ber. 1 Ki7. made to me by M. H. Cannon, to secure
the payment of certain indebtedness of said Cannon
to N. M. Trezfvant. and Is recorded In the Register',
office of Shelby county, Tenuesiw1, book 01i. paes
4114 and 470. Terms cash, and right of redemp
tion waived. JOHN P. TRJiZiVANT, Trustee.
Smith 4 Collier, Attorneys. no It
Notice of lIsolntion.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
Ben May and J. A. Simmons, Is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, Mr. Ben May retiring and
J. A. Simmons succeeding to the business.
Memphis, Jan. 17, 1877. J. A. SIMMONS.
D. T. rORTER.
PORTER, TAYLOR &
300 FilOXT ST., Met.
Agents for the Celebrated Cheek Cotton Press.
j. t. hHjLsman & co.,
lVo.308 Front Street,
AGEXTS FOR THE
B. L. COCHRAN'.
(Successors to M. K. 4 J. W.
EH, LATH, SHINGLES,
Doors, Sash, BUnda, and
Office and Yard at foot
Salesroom No. 4 Howard Row.
Alwavs have on hand a choice lot of Floorlne.
Lumber, Bough and Dressed Pickets,
W. W. GIT.
J. II. M'CL,EL.IAN.
ge mm & co.
Cotton Factors and
260 and 202 Front street, Memphis.'
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.
AND WHOLESALE GROCERS,
360 and 36? Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
A. VAOOARO & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
Xo. 324 Front street, Memphis.
ISOL.E AGEXTS FOB COOK'S CIIAMPAGXE IMPERIAJL.
M. C. TEARCE.
PEARCE, SUGGS & CO..
Cotton Factors and
No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
PABTICUIiAIt ATTEJtfTIOtf PAID TO THE SALE OF COTTON
W. B. txALBREATII.
11 Union Street, Memphis.
AGEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED CHAMPION COTTOX GIN AXD UULLER.
Wines nnd Liquors
ALWAYS OX 1IAXD, AT
297 JVLJTN ST. MEMPHIS.
A. M. BOYD.
. BOYD & SON,
360 FRONT STREET
G. A. EOKERLY & BROS.,
No. 336 FRONT ST.,
7"E HAVE NOW IN STORE a large and entirely new stock of goods, porch ased direct from Importers,
,i . Packers and Manufacturers, and taking the advantage of low rafts of freights, which enable us to
a cincuicij iuw litciires. we oeiow mention part
lOOO bi hair nai'l qaartr bxa. KhImIux.
lOOO pUr Hacl;ereL W hlteflwa and
SO pke. new Hams and Bis-akriut
SOOpkgs. l'llc, in brisk, half brla.
11MM !. . .i iT. . i. . . ..
A! Pks. Suts and 4'andirs.
w pass.wpirea riss-reet andlAraat.
And numerous articles not mentioned above.
CAJTATN J. a CARUTHKRS HAS CHARGB OT THK COTTON DEPARTMENT.
J. K. GOFiWIN.
L. V. MULLINS, Jr.
R. GODWIN & CO..
No. 336 Front Street,
(J. W. McRAL.
Madison and Monroe.
: : Memphis, Tenn.
BEST COTTON CLEANER.
SAM'L A. HATCHER.
CHRAN k CO.
COCHBAK). Manufacturers of
all kinds of Packing Boxes.
of Wasliingrton Street.
Saw Mill In Nary Yard.
Celllnit. Siding, Lattice, Framing, Fence and Dressed
Cedar Posts, Laths, Shingles, Door and
T. C. PARK
A. B. VACCARO
L. B. SUGGS.
W. J. CRAWFORD.
of Direct Importation
cor. Union, Memphis.
or our stock, viz.:
lOO pkia. Barkwhrat rionr dOstne&l
4UO bia. Srw Y'ork t'hfrar,
HOO brlM. Flosrvarloos (trades.
8MM rawnCaniiHl KroitHdk Ve.rtablea
4WO MkH. Kio and Java ( lls.
KOO bxM. Italian llseraroul and Venal,
SOO bxa. Crafkfr and BlnruItM.
ISO brla. Klre. Hominy and Cirlta.
OOO bis. Chrwlor Jt Nnoklng Tobaeo.
S50 bxa. Preaerveo and Jellies.
S. M. KeCALLUM
Cor. Union, Memphis.
Ir. IK S. .loliiiHon
o. 17 JEFFERSON STREET,
Between Main and Front. Mrmuhlx.
lsrAlll.l.-Hk.r lit WMn 1 "
DR.JoHs-0Nljru!nowlcd.d by nil partlr in.
tere.-Vft as by far the most sucres-Tul physician
r. the tre..tmi nt of private or secret diseases. Oulc
thorough and iK-rmanent -ures guanintts In ever.'
case, niHle or female. Recent camn of GonorrtMC
and Syphilis cured In a f,.-w i;irs. without the usel
mercury, chanp of rlM, or hliilnince from lnislne.
Srtondary Syphilis, the ixst vestitrn erallcatd with
out the use of Piennrv. Involuntary l.ws of semtri
atop;eil In a short time. Suff.-rem frcun Imrxjlen.,
or loss of sexual imors rest.ir.-it to fn vIkot In 'a
abort time- Victims of s.'lf-nlne m,d excesHlvo
venery, sufferlnjt fnra siiermatorrhea and loss of
physical and mental power, speedily and perm,
Particular attention paid to the Diseases of
Women, and ctnes ini.iranteed.
Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new redemlsa.
All eonsulUitlons strictly conndentlal.
Medicines sent by express to all ikuIs of the eotra.
tv rimM hours from H am. tn u n m a., ......
from U to 5 p.iiu p. 8. JOH.VsoN, M. D
BY virtue of a ded of truM executed to me by H
M. Blake and Harah E. BUkeou the nth day of
March, 1M74. and recorded In the olllce of the Reg
ister of Shelby county. Tenn., made for the purpose
of securing certain Indebtedness therein described,
at the request of the beneUclary In said trust deed I
Monday. y of February, 177,
between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock, at the
southwest corner of the Intersection or Mala ami
Madison streets. In the city of Memphis, Tenn., sell
at nubile outcrv. to the highest bidder, tor cash, tha
following described proierty. lying and being in tl.n
county of tihelby and the suite or Tennessee, to-wlt:
Beginning at a stake at the northeast corner of tlu
land conveyed, running thence south with the line of
J. M. bandcrlln's Irt-acre lot 21 chains and H- links
to the Memphis and Ohio railroad; them) southwent
with said road 805 links to a stake; thence west
chains and 5 links with J. N. Hanson's line to a
sfcike; thence north with A. L. Samuel's line '2'1
chains and f0 links to a stake; thence east wlthJ.
M. Sanderltn's line .'55 chains and K4 links to the
beginning, containing in all seventy-eight acres and
fourteen pne-lmnoredihs of an acre. Title believed
to be good, but 1 sell and convey only as Trustee.
I.. D. MCLLIN6, Jb., Trustee.
Clapp Meux, Attorneys. "
January 4. 1x77. laf
No. 271. R. D. In the Probate Court of Shelby
county, Tennessee.-James A. Anderson, Adm'r,
etc., vs. F. O. Connell et i-.l.
Pursuant to an order made In this cause, notice Is
hereby given to all parties having claims against the
estate of Wm. I.. Connell, dei-eased. to make their
ap.seannce herein, nt the courthouse or the Probalo
Court. In Memphis. Tenn.. on or belore the first
Monday In April, 177. and file thelrclalms against
said dtate, and have themselves made parties de
fendant hereto, or they will le forever barred and
this cause proceeded nil h exirte; and that a copy
of this order be published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks. In the Memphis Dally Appeal. This
December 1 ri, 1 7.
A copy-attest : JAMES REILLY, Clerk.
J37 miu o. sullen, ucpuiy iierk.
Robinson A Malone. bols. fur comp'lt. mi
By virtue of a trust deed made to us by Mary
Perdue et al., on the loth day of August: l7t.
of record In the Register s oflice or Shelby county.
In Book No. 113, pages 877 and 87, to secure tha
Indebtedness therein mentioned, we or one ol us
Saturday, IVbruury S, 1H77,
within legal hours, sell, to the highest bid
der, for Ciwii. J.t public auction, In front
of the courthouse. 011 Main street. In Wie
city or Memphis, tie following lot of land In the
county of bhelby and State of Tenneste, described
and bounded as follows, to-wlt: One acre on the
western side of lot No. 12, of division No. fi, of tb
John Rice fiOOO acre gnuit on the Spite Line or (ier
mantown road, said one acre beginning at the north
west corner of said lot No. 12, thence
with the south side or said Btate
Line road eastwardly eighty-seven (M7)
feet; thence southwardly oh a line parallel with the
west line of said lot No. 12 thirty and one-half (H0V)
poles to the south line of said lot No. 12; thence
westwardly with said south line eighty-seven (K7)
feet to to the southwest corner of said lot No. 12;
thence northwardly with the west side of said lot
No. 12 thirty and one-half (:1014) iKiles to the begin
ning, fcuulty of redemption waived. Title believed
to be good, but we only sell and convpy as trustees.
C. W. METCALF,
8. i". WALKER,
PURSUANT to the terms of the certain deed lit
trust executed by James II. Edrington and N.
A. Edrington, dated June, 1K74, and recorded In tho
office ot the Clerk and Rewrder of Mississippi
county, Arkansas, In book volume fi, page fiillt, a:.
Osceola, originally executed to John Harrison, trus
tee, to secure to Brooks, Neely A Oo. a del the bal
ance of which now amounts to the sum of ?:1K4H II),
with Interest thereon from the first dav or March,
1878, I, the undersigned, trustee substituted by a
decree to Ell the vacancy caused by the death of said
Harrison, will, on the
aeiHt day of February, 177,
at the front door of the courthouse at Osceola, Mis
sissippi county, Arkansas, between the hours of
10 o'clock In the forenoon and H o'clock of the after
noon of said day. proceed to sell to the highest bid
der, for cash, the following property, to-wlt: The N
Hfc of 8. K. li section !pl, township IS, range 10 K.,
part of S.W. 14 rracitonal section ill, township 18N.,
range 1 1 east, containing Knits acres. excpt47 acres
thereof, to-wlt: S. part of N. l-i or S. E. U section 3d,
township 13, range 10, and part of S. W. It sect 1 1 ri
81, township 13, N. range 11 E.. containing 47
acres, which was encumbered at the data of the
trust and will not be sold, situated In said count v.
near Osceola, leaving only tl2l acres to le sold, and
HO head of mules, more or less; only u sufllclency ol
the mules, however, will be sold to pay any balance
there may be after said land has first tenii sohL
ti. ai. fttisiii, Trustee.
O. P. Lyles. Attorney. Jail
State of Tennessee, Shelby county Office County
court cierK, juempuis, ienn., junuaryin, iKr
To W. B. Winston, Executor of Sallle I). Harris.
TXAVING suggested the Insolvency of the estute
. ji .juiiiv v. una i.e. UGKn.mi, J u O UCICUJ
ordered t give notice, by advertisement In some
newspaer published within the said (State, and also at
the courthouse door of Shelby county, for all persons
having claims agalnstsald estate to apearand Die the
same, with the Clerk of the County Court, authenti
cated In the manner prescribed by law, on or before,
thel3thdayoi April, in ti : and any claim not tiled
on or before said day, or before an appropriation 01
tne lunus 01 sam estate is made, snail b torever
barred, both In law and equity.
Witness my hand, at olllue, Uils 1 3th day of Janu
ary, 177. JAMES REILLY, Clerk.
By John J. Shea. Deputy Clerk.
I hereby plve notice u all creditors of the estate ot
Bailie D. Harris, dee d, as above required. This
January 13. 1877
, m. Hvn- '.ttorney.
CHAXCEllY SALE OF KEAL EST AT F.
No. 2054, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county . -
James A. Anderson, administrator of W. C. Ward,
deceased, vs. A. H Kerr et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en
tered In the above cause, on the 1 1 th day of
.... , w-?t 1 btiii .uii , ,...1.11.. .......t.... ...-..
'V-.. . 1. II . L , I ! I U, . .I'll ,n.ll, ... IIUI1IIV .IH.tlUII. UI3
highest bidder, In front of the Clerk and Master
oflice. courthouse building. Main street, Memphis,
Saturday, February IO, 177,
In legal hours, the following described property, sit
oated In Shelby comity, Tennessee, to-wlt: A certain
tract of land containing about tUKi acres, bounded
on the north Dy laud belonging to the heirs of Dr.
McDonald, on the south by the lands of F. Stlth, on
the west by the lands ol C. Jones, sr., and on tha
east by the lands ot S. P. Llgon and R. Ross.
To be surveyed and subdivided luto smaller tracts
and sold accordingly.
Terms of Sale One-third 0) cash; balance In
one and two (1 and 2) years; notes bearing Interest
at H per cent with good security; Hen retained to
secure same, etc
This December 12, 1876.
E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Black, Deputy C. and M.
Jitniagln & Frayser, Randolph, Hammond A Jor
dan, J. K. Temple, and Haynes A Stockton, att'ys.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust made to me by A.J".
Martin, dated Deceml.er 30, 1 873, reglstere I
In Tunica county. MUslsslppl. In Deed Book J., panel
445, to secure the indebtedness therein described t
Thomas B. Turner, I will, by direction of the salt
creditor, and to pay said Indebtedness, on
Monday, February 19, Il77,
between the hours of 1 1 a.m. and 1 p.m.. In front of
the courthouse of Shelby countv, Tennessee, on
Main street. In the city of Memphis, proceed to sell,
at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash,
the tnu.1 of land in said Trust Deed, described as
section sixteen, lu township six, or range eleven
west (sec. Id, TH. R 11 W. containing M40 acres,
more or less, situated In Tin. lea count). Mississippi.
The said land will be sold In quarter sections, of.
IrtO acres each, or thereabouts, beginning with tb
northeast quarter section. I will sell and convey as
trustee only, but title believed to be grK
JAMES S. HOUCK, Trustee.
January 17. 1877. JalK
Trnstee'M Sale of Iteal Estatv.
BY virtue of a Trust Deed made to me by W. J. p.
Doyle and wife, M. S. Doyle, dated July 21.
187ft, and recorded lu the Register's olllce of Shelby
county, September 111, 1870, Record Book No. 113,
page rl53; and at the request ot the beneficiary lit
said Deed of Trust, I will sell, at public auction, to)
tbs highest bidder, In front Of the courthouse, lit
Memphis, Tennessee, on
Hatnrday. February 17. 177,
commencing about 12 o'clock m., the following de
scribed property, to-wlt: A certain lot of land tying
Slid being in Shelby county, Tennessee. Just east oc
lbs city of Memphis, descrilied and bounded as fol
lows: Being part of lot No. 5, and all of lot No. 4.
In the subdivision of the Thoni"s W. limit land ou
Poplar street extended : Beginning at a stake on tin
KB comer of said lot No. 4. and running thence wesc
with Poplar stn-et extended 75 feet to a stake;
thence south 175 feet to a sftke: thence east 75 fe.t
to stake; thence north 175 feet to the beglnnln-,
and being the same land onveyed to sidd Minerva
8. Doyle by deed recorded In Book No. Oil, page 218,
Register's oflice ol bhelby county.
Terms of Sale Cash; equity of redemption waived.
This January 13, 1877.
R. .1. BLACK, Trustee.
HE. Lehman, and P. J. Mulvlhlll. Att'ys.
rpo carry ou the provisions of a trust deed made by
J Ida O. Broom, December 18, 1875, 1 will sell tj
the highest bidder, for cash, ou
(Saturday, February' . 177,
at 12 o. clock noon, at the courthouse door. Main
street, Memphis, the following described tract of
land, containing forty acres. In the Third Civil Dis
trict of Shelby cou 11 ty: Bediming at northwest cor
ner or W.J. Capp's 10Ktcn tract at a hornbeam
sapling, with whlteoak and hornbeam pointers:
thence south o degrees ea-st with W. J. Capp's west
line 17 chains 35 links to a st.ike, with whlteoaK
and elm pointers; thence nrth 85derrees west 2 I
chains 10 links to s stake, with whlteoak, dngwool
and Iron wood pointers; thence north 5 degrees, east
17 chains 35 links to a stake In KM. Bateman'4
south line. w1th sansarras. black -gum and hornbeam
pointers; thence south 85 degrees, east 23 chains 111
finks IO the beginning. Equity or redem ptlon waived.
jai JOHN P. TRKZKVANT. Trustee.
No. 2435, R. D. In the Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Tennessee. T. E. I'pshaw vs. Southern
Bsllroad Association, S. H. Edgar 'and H. S.
It Hppeartng from affidavit bill In this causeth.it
the defendant, the Southern Railroad Association, .i
U Edgar and H. S. McCombs, are lion-residents t t
It la therefore ordered. That they make their an
rjearance herein, at the courthouse in tbeeltvof Mem
phis, Tennessee, on or betore the first Monday in
February, 1877, and ideail, answer or demur to con
plainant's bill, or the same v. ill be taken for corn
leased as to them, and U set for hearing exparte;
and that a copy of this onler be published nee A
week, fr four successive weeks. In the Memphis Ap
tw-L This 30th day of December. 1 87U.
ACOPJ attest: EDMUND A. COLE,
Clerk aod Master
By H. J. Black, Deputy C. acd M
Humes & Foston, Sols, for t- k yj
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