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THE MEM-PHIS JDJIaJY .FJPEX,- TUESDAY, JJSTURY '14, '1879.'
UUI.IKUIl TIMK-TAIU.K-. Ialtvtlle aad ftukvllie and Urral HouUrrn. Ftp . dally (except bat.) Maul dai! M' Acc-oic.aoriai'.oo. da tyi,eiei .-unoajti I 1 :fi p.m. ft p.m. UiM a-in. 8:15 a,m. ; I 1R pm.l Or -Uir ..i . Kit-res. run only to Aa heiLr.e, cou-nty-tln for Naabvllln. rmihl tad C'.rl'.lco. ICItytlme) Hill & Ex pre.. Traln.da.'iy J .liy r,-eeiil .3UIila)-l,. tt-ill Junction 4CC...MUJ -ili1:.-s ' oUJ a.m.! 1:1M p.'i. I 4 10 p.ui. H:r)a.n.. a ImnIhmInnIpi mut rrHFiwM. litL 4HB1 N w Orleans 1.V!. dally , bard ft V ceri'ioi i; inn. i,i eir.pt Sundays' Frel iiiil ii-niiu'i ;'n. I tily tete-efit Sundays) .. .urn p.m.! 1J ;!. p.m. :i: kl p.ui.; H 21 Km. 7:1.") a.m i f ro 51 em h anil l.ltfle) Kneels l.tuaYK. AKHIVK. Mil Yntin, dally r 21 p.m. ' I ni. -lai'T -fpt Him.) i liiilt n.tn. 5:2 ' li.tn. fl HO P HI. I..fpti.li .oil Hrniphiv I.KA.B.- AKHlVfc. M M .t r-asn'rrraln,dnll :.Ia,.ni a.m. Aee-ormn"l-llin Tr-tlri. T 1" n o .'I'l p in :oi i t v Af tho c'v of nnr la-1 week's r'view .( the cotton market for th ctliol.i! Keek, New Yoik qu ted middling cotton a: W 7-IT. oiiru g tue wcJt ilecllne.1 loliiYliie; Nmt rlcans ipio'.ed 1.14c, ds eitned toUis:: L vinmi qu-ded i"i7-jild. declined 5 ft-lttd; MentpUls ijllJle-ei lie. leil to H7c. This statement Mhws a dccl ne In all the pi Inclpat mar ket. The pr-v!ou week Die feell-g had been bet li, from a teller tbat, at the CJiiciiiilili of the boll l Llnp ftoiiM piee: l a moro cncourt:l a Htr--L I bill antlCip-lti-ui has la.t beeeu fultllleiL Tiae f .Mures, strikes, reductions or lab r payment, and commercial ditllc-ultiet uf all kltuia Iti.it exist In England leave It lMimilf oT Imcklxiiie," ll call nuii iln cotniug l'.b rtil J grip, an-l to r-I; cm it l'ir uiip rt tMPiliKur dlMi( )j:iiiiiirt; to mucb so tua'. low pi Icfil tiHUia Is, tli-re Is tint it fUdent iMTilMiipta la It to I'nil tj mj en-nslv? kiwci ailve lair -iiitAes. Tlie low rec-liiH eiuiU bj tbe ipt-n-inoti ol uaTUiAtlon bHi h id the ioerj-j kxicu of tn n i"nceou til" inarKet. a.H It U eiwn-UM, "ftben nuvl KHtliiu It trsunied arnl maitt-rj move on .n ibeir or iiairr nirinn-r. ibm aii'tblnx in.ulw od a.T..uiit of tbe lliih rr rroit- lll b lot a:alu. Tbere I- no xouixt conll'lrn r in tblinf-. The hi YorK ll'ilUtin M. on I h:iimlay: "Wo fllul tbat Inlrrine taiions of ti-e torlicu atlvlLi vaty soinewnrit, but oiilj ua n-mr.u pn svut be.irli.K-". tbe avniie vr dlci b-ini;of h i u .f tvorablf character, and miowlnn a wanlot laltb In tbe hbiblbtr of afl.ilm atiroail. T.ie ab-Micw uf de-ire to onm I' to pjn-vf.s-Hlon of a-tul c hioq eontliiufti noticeable Id tbe reject sli n J:tn-uirT and tbf dlfll- u ti ritwrlenotd In -in-curing aale for snort no t-s e-n at reiy I w L-OMt.' U:i Kildar th--t Kaiue pirtr r--miUh1: "Tb eviderx-e- of Ke. karti-4 on tbe n-.a k--t wri more prohibit lit to-ibi, and nt-rond :b ordi nary aiu.nl Hint alluii-t of a point r two. tun m i.-k-t na t-o'iiloii-l utiMil'lj d iwnw.ird itiroughou', and no vptvlai "irt ap,arwi o ln'in i'ld i; i ii-t lad clluiii; fndirrirT. ne uctt tvc out bave bfer a fr.tcno luilrr, and llir siImiti at h in t s.lil t-ni -V oonvrjr the impiesslo i lb it tbe Incri-a-tn niun b- roi Mill Kre.vr. while a c msldetable ainom t -tboim 'Dt bia ik t brti addni to lb "tl lit of rt ton. f.ir f?lcb w little ulrsct demand ! in. T' e ctole ad i-e t" u Liverpool er l.mt-r and nnf.i Yoniili. and verity. In niwuure. tbe pilvat ao couiiti o -reHieidtj wltb rutn of th- tr-tdn mil r4aliig In a ill-couraclrin; luaiiliir of thi s.'.u itlon abroii at wrll h le prsi-cl for consu i pilori at bouie. f lb c irn-i a k"od p rtlon l knimn to com ' or -1 nit' c -4to:i thrown over, an wWl as fr-li rtlKum I !ix 'abort' aule, Ibx Uitt-r on local iocoiint ccl. b t H-iilcd io by s ntbfrn r. -rs laur In tbr d ij. alia miio patioi or a mlu fuobi-r -m-t-ase to morrow At in cw ibf r.tr i re 10(7 13 Poii:tn below la-t -ti-iil g a KbKb' rr- veij f :.in th-i iow r " In our uiai-krl tbe re bub en mu-b tlront-Hi auioim act .is all -, itb fair a Ua -bt-n t b-mIiUl-Ii ,!' tnal iinneie movP g rottoii J-ial now i- re tai-ii li.to account, ao lb -.1 tbe ..mount of -stock ::s -de-!-!-. d. It -ii t.a In MeinpbU durlntr tbe ofilelal week a-rr-tfil iWi-Jl Iiii-m. iilii-t t'l.ii bnlv tlie prrvioun wrt-a, a .d 7'l'l twle.t ibe c iro-iondiii w.-pit lat' - -oil. .m l 4.i:i.ri bale tbi- H. atori lr fore lbftotil riptt tliu-o .s-otuilit-r 1. IK7S. Wfre 2 1 4.H.V1 b tlwt, a-ialn-vt J4rt.! It balM a' tiiecor TtiMindl n liDn tati Ma.ton. Mbowiria: a de-crt i-e of : i.JHi MHi-t. loul rccrlpt-i same time lit lnin '7 7. 2S-t.ia7 ba'Wi. hhlp i.eiit-i during the olHcl'il vrerk a-nn-gated 15,-JtH b.il.-t, nil iiiitt 1 1 !." bales la.tt weea. and I I hH Imlxa tne coirdaoiiillriK vifeli la.tt wimii Tol.il Hlili.inei lt alnee -5fiii-uibt-r 1 st are I.'(K"l luiHfi. a ln-t IU1.4.) i b iles tbe same time last eur. a d.-fren.t i f .'b.t)l4 balra. TUe total htix-k on band wta 80 74S bales, nxdritt P'l Ul5 lilf.t loNt nrK, and l)U,77'.' baied at lb It time UL-.1 j ear. half dur.n tup Kok were 1U.2.-0 balea. 7200 t)alts to nto-.i-u-rt, r.7 .tta:rst i-iiifitif rt. and ftH) tal- to tp-'cul.aor. i.ur in; tue previous week tue tilal t.ilf vt-r- lil.'i.Vi btlo-i ImririK tbo corre ap.mdiiii: e-k last y-ar i be total .ilea were Iti, .": bHl-t. of li ib -ntpoiUTt 10.1k iO.'-l .0 b.uet; -ijIii-liert. 2nr'ba:e-; mj nl.itort HIM IdiRt. Frlc-e of nil.l .llni; rutuii,e tje, ui$d!i-itlt.'.c atUiesaiue lime 1-vl j ear. Totat rro-lptsntall l nit-d f-t ittt ports. 2,H2. m.":Mmmli'i", 1 -7 . 2 ti J:. 4.74 ; a inie d ate, lititl, iJ.7iV'-P'l' In -rea-- if r-ceik It at lo.lUnl Ht-t-a poru iMaicar l.r)o.2 ;: b.ilct, agabt 1k:(.v22 bales Mil Mlk. I 'l l 'lock at a.l . oris Hoi 21'i Lalt-s, aaliiit khJ b iles sau. time tbe yeor let iie. W.-rld' iin Mjpplr .l-rmry 2..-Jt-i.!tO t bales, a:iins 2.4M.'."7 bnls at tbe -.arm lime I lie ywir bfoiv. It-cr::-use of c Hon In slKbt. 4S 0il4 dii, as coii.j irmi with tlie same date In 1KJ7. aid a li: eae of -pWl.yT 1 Kil.-s. as compaied wdb tue tue anie in 1sn. There w-it a itter look about tbe cotton market re-U-rJat (viondi ). tor tbe te enranis reported ad vances bi.lb at New York and at Liverpool. This wat au agreeaoie ctiaiiBf. eMueclall at Llver--riool, at Liverpool of Ule has i-en o dbMBPOlnllms, and cur uc'.ors tecame ery firm in tbeir drm-ndt. WPh a lair Inouir). ales w--fe to.erably good, and tbe market closed wltn a stron; fe-rlin-j al quotations Tbe exenanue blaokb ard Informs Uf trial trds sf as in. ll) to fat urdty la.it, export rs bad p'lrcb.ised in our market 7H . bales ot cotton more than npt tbe name time Italaeison; sr.lnners. 21 ttiU l-.a. aud Bj-ec-.la!-r ' DO bales more, i be totrl milea ure 12.1O0 boles bemud Ibe aatue tin e tbe previous tear. t'wtlun Kxrhmsir-A tuotatton. 1 8-a -vtard Ituawitw-"' r""-nflcinci ' Ordinary Hood Oidluary. . Low niliMiliig... Mlddllna; riood middling.. .Uidd ln-c fair... ., ft- 7'H (I 'M , . 1? K r-S .- iT !"t f l,;'i tllii r?l(d4 jK.. j.i.i.i iu:-, inclii.lii i: i:t i) to exporter h, 61O to spiiTners, and lOO to specula Atark-l st-adr. lor. . 1 Mem'Uis, January 1:1, lSl . I rtUick on band Septerauer 1, 1S78- H.-.4 iewlved tixtay Tacolved preylouslr.. 1 .'Ml ...21S.021 aitWl Shipped to-day. , .1.3 217.2:t5 dblpped previously Ui-.lii .stock, ruanlng account 7i.t:Jl IMPOBTS. Thus fax this week V t'- Tuu-t far last we-a n. . ,w Since hepiember 1st ' 7 Memphis and Ch:irlelon railroad r-4 Mlstmalppl and Tenne-ee railroad 2) Louisville Nasbvidn arid ;reat soutbetn B.lt. 24 J Paducatt and Vl.!iiip:ilt ramoad 27 Memphis and LlUle Kock rallv,ay 40 Hleaiui-rs.. Wat;on and olber sources lout Tri'ts TarlbM week Tbus far last wrtrk luoe oeptc-iubor 1st .- .. :445 .. K.ii:J J'ih:t-i -j ol Memphlt and Charleston rtllroad -h4iUJ,.i.,,i Mini Teniksee Kallroarl Louisvliie. KasUllto and Ureal boutberu E.B.-42S Tif Mil, north By rail, souib Total . 07tl iT TELEGRAt'IIA 1 fo lowlnrt are the late-t t-- ii-nms of tbe ..o!Bt-tle maikets as reporteu esterd.i- to the coUou ivw. lluldil . lilX'litl Talveston w t 'rleans. . Mobile 8 tTiuiuab C'tiarl-lin ... Wllmlrnrton... N'rfi.ik Ball! mure New Yolk Boston Philadelphia . it Louis. . AUtu-ea Ml I'M t 1 '-s lU 5 1 ( ltM 8ia7K-Vs i ne li'lioAin tue eiv fnr cAMiitaT: OrdlntirV. 1 ' o-K aioi miotattoi s -I tic; cood oroiuary. AS llic;lwv nilddlinaT.lt l.r ire; inldiVlnif. W 5-llk': rulddilnar '.' I l-tlic; iiul.il'rrf !alr, 11 :4C Al dull: r'Mtt. steadier ; 2:15 d .11 nuu 1 l'tc blgu ,u' lull, iales. 1 1 2 J bales er; d. -mrtiu: 13 tbe latest iew York telegram of f Uturw: Jan-MT... . Keb.-Tiarjr. ... March April May JilU-J Ju'7 . i" H.Vt P.7 1 m 7 V.k7. Vl-tf ...11 l-'.O I t'l 11 M.14 H4. ti.iii'rr PKIliC si !i v4 .' '.' !') li'.(."i "? 1 ).; IO i4.r 1". I 1 111.:!. Ii l.) lutuo n...-i. id i 1 mti: At Tbetoneof the lurnre ninKet was as Tol.. '-4 10.' S. steadier; 10:r,.". s e.id. ; 1 1 ;:'.). iiulet; ..iit-l axl -t nd : I ::. s t-ady; 2:Mr. umel . ste idy; I barely ste toy. mum. M.OiW bales. 1 11- New Orleans nirkrt closed steady ut ills" f'"" mlddiluc .-:tl-s, yif.ht t.nes; receipts, bet, 73'.0 bale ; Btivk. :i.s.4'.M hih-s. TU- L;weip..jl t-l-r:init 'esterflay reported tlie market htrden'ru; miodll planus, S . f,'l; Orbans. Ti 7-lr'd. Sales. 2tMM)bae Au.eni-nii balet. KeccrpLf, tbsuO ua.es, 1I75J tt wbit-U Were Anirili'an. Livr;.ooi ftrrlvalt orened with fnru-f teller. lterards pa'llally losi ; January. J.i.i lai J Fe' iuiiv, I -'ei.iuari-Slar.-li, nud Marcb Apnl. f.eil: APll , rl.t-;-d; ilat-June. .". 17 ;i2-..l 'I: Jirie-Joly. f.-'.-d. At the ciwju itires v.ie u ilet: F-lniia.y ilarcli, ." j;i-a2uo-eiJ; All-'lst-Sel.telllte-r, fl t-llid. Tbe movements al l!;e toils ere recortfd as lol- 10 lows: TI11 IV.- . J..IM Ltvt ivr. 4S lit; HO.M'II ri't""! 2;.it-r lK,rtl.i lK.i Cal 7s 7jiI nai.am K-c issince -' i i:-tf Kxp'ts 'oit.flrllani Ktp'tstoConllneiit, d..xK I ;i7 .'in. i'4 1 S."i yi . a'.fo of nur ftara;l mnrVet iiurir.fr lh p sl w-k Is c'mnt-e 1 In noe-ser.'.l d feature froiu Uial ut s-nne w ektp.i t. It i"s or all klkda are n cbnn :-: on e-tu day a l'ttie m ire paper w it dit oiiutited tdd" hat teii c iiiirno 1 uml-si- late slid t deraiiidt Ytsteru .y rb-re Vf.is Ml Improved suppt of Htchanas. i-Xcbi-nne uuot-1. Ubt on N .w i.rit and demand on New aug-and uU; slubt ou ev Kneland la It. se.'ilrm at par; on NrW Orleans L d.aoounl bulnu, selllrus a- par. Jlotey hrftO per cent tbe lormer 10 bai.k cu-toniers. Sbelbi eontity scrip buying at bi), aelUng at V0. New-lssuo Teu- Klrin. ; 11.707 F.rin. 7.!i,-l:. Film, i 1 7"'7 -1 rit. , 4.:i4" Firm. , tt.:i4ii. tml.r.! H-s MtetOJ.. l,27oi V 1 -t. , I Dull 1.1)2'.'' y.net j lej Qd.ei. 1 til' Kte.i'b- :ttl7! nesseo nctet have leeu rffered at Tui. and Memphis ir,ti at Tu iiuix-a m 1 re uas neno some liiuuln f.ir cltj b.,nd at art; 25 Is frel c2rre.l. The ew Yr Tint, of .loay. reioiU: "Tbe fi.liov.ng were iiie raiet or txrnanvreon .ewyorkai the u- denn mioiied c let io- .ay tiavtnn b, hi y tig, 1 of- u re 1. rm nil, parti N pieailum: Cbariesi in. ra-. none oflerlii;: ew Orleans, coinmt-n-l d. U'J 5-ld, nana is; ri. 1.0 in. iij preiuiurn, and t,h:cui;o, brai builriK, l-liioiscuuDt,aelllnir. in premium." ibe Nrw Y ok j;vlir:in says: -Vt know mat u.o'iey is n aiut more treei) liiio t.udrc it . uk-rprises of one Lino Mid another than It baa at any lime slave tbe great rarnc 01 14.1." U;i TELKHS.trH 1 FAhlci. January l:j Kentes, ll.'Jf. 47tjc. NEW uhLK.INd, J lnu.ary 1.1 New York !plit. ls discount, bterdnn ex-'batigt'--bankers' bills. 43. L'JNL JN..1 unary i:t onD'.s-i:ior.ey.l'o 1 :l-1 ; ncjotu.i, p.",!.; lili.-io.s leiit:;d. h5; He:iii.-ivatila CVajiial. ijt, .iei.iliUrf. 12; trie. nreteired. '.'; .".-2MS of 1H;. li;i"; 1O-40S, Dew oa, lliv-v,, 4l2t. In. .NEW YokK. Jinu iry i:L llcney market easj-. 2li 4 p-ro-iil- l'Muie mercantile iMper.4 5ts ier c lit. leriti.i excbani; ' a'.ker-.' bl:ls firm. 44; $ Ulit exi-b nixe t.u Ne York. 4"H. overi.menl Poi! ils acle and sirung; oue i f hi nat onal b rms so'd Si i iK OUoO f-.ur ),r cent bufid.t to-day; cou pons of Imsi. lO'dj; no. ISiW. ltll7s;ao, lsi'f. new fit, in. -4; new t-, HJ.eis; ue 4t. l.'.iw0; 1I)40S. reir.lored. 1(17; l'14'r. coiipuns. 07 ' ; ciineoo ris. 1'J'i. btate bonds cull; 'f enriussee rt. olJ. :s l;: Tennessee 1 t. i.ew. y,iB; Virginia ns, nid 2l: Vir.ln'a lit. r.erv. 2: li.sMjun ris. 10 4. ha.! toad b.ridslirm. Ni-vt JerteyOmral udjuslm. nt U: dt r..se j.er c-nt. The week o.ei.el wiib l-'re..t activity and excitement at tue s ock tx:liai se. r. o.im.u, Llo.a or incki weie t.iK-rr u; ot tae sir el lor investment, ai d traris.u-;io:it iij.irr. K'-.'.e-i a la Kit iiini ii.t t inn any pn-viout dy lor luorobs p i-i. 1 li-ie -a 1 .ui ajvra-e la iimeiiilre l.si o; ij 101.1 pt i ceo;., and. viLli the ex-j;;tiou .t a lei' slos, it!eclosii. r.tlet weie a' or i-iose 10, the uigtiesl (ig'ire. l.'.t- 111 ibe nay le Nortbvvesterrr scares led tlia market, sei.l.ia; tip lo ii'-i lor coa.inu.i a .d Klki, tor preti rre.1. Next 111 ikjIiiI of activity v.er Laae aboie. Krieano lelaware. La-'kawaniia mid Vte-t-rn. Among Investment share's ibe laigesl ileain irt were In Ne.v York leritni. Ho k Island all l i'lttsburg. ChL-auo aud Alton lecorded tbe Kre:tti-sl advance. Mk-ldaa Cent' al was more act ive than or late, and Rained 1 per cei,t. fo-the day. while trl v.a.t tlrnn-r. und-r larye purchases and Indications that ibe stock It pa-sln Into strong banos. Transactions i'sre(; ited ,'Jli),0Oi) shares, of whlh :).'.(Ko were File, 57.0.(0 Lake ahoie. 41HH1 Wabatti. Oft nun NonhHestero, :it).000 rre f ;rrd. 1 ; ,OiiOl. Paul i-omrrm , 1 :.i M 1 ) prefrrred, 117 IH0 Lackawanna, s )U0 New Jersey Central. 4(Ho llaw,.ie and rluosou, oDCO Morris und ts sex. 10.OO0 Mk-hUan Central, aihd) llliuol U-utral, 2400 Cleveland, U'liiiiibdt. Clnt'liiiiHii and Inulaii apillt, UKD ct. Joe. nOOO ihlot aiXMJ Weatein I nlon. itooo Pai:l :cSlall. 11,0MI St. Louis, Kansas lly arid Nor'.bern, and 12.OO0 Culcago and Alton. Tue cloalrur ijuotatlous were as follows: Western colon telegraph company. v5Uj: yuicksllver, 11; yincs.iv.T prefeirt-rl, a; Paidtic Mall, 10'i; Mariposa, 101 vS: Mariposa preferred, 2: Adams exprest company, 100; Wells x i-urgo express company. 114.14; merljan express company, 4'Ha; I niUd blates express company, 45; New lai CVntial, 114; Kile. 2:i"a; tile preferred. ;jn ; Harlem, 14 J; Michigan Ceo tral. 7l"i: Panama. 125: Iniou Paclllc suxTk. Hi 14: Lake Shore. 7l)t); Illinois Cen tral, Kllj; Cleveland aud Plttsuurg, MiVs; Nortb westeru, 53; Noribwestorn proenei, S1OI4; Cleveland. Columbus, clncinnail and Indian apolis, 0514; few Jersey Central, Soli: Hoik Island, 1v-Vh: St. Paul, Hols; St. Paul pre ferred, 7it"sjrf abash, 204; Fori Wayne. 104; Terre Hon e. 21 Terre Haute preti rred.tll j; C'ukvujo and 4:1011, Ml; Chlciuro and Alton prefened, 105; Onto tnd Mississippi. it:i8; fielavv ire, Lackawanna and w'fstera, 4'H2: Atlantic and Pacttlc lelerapb com Pn, l-ii; lssoi:rl Pa .-lllc, 1 1.1 ; Chicago, burllng Pin and yuincy, 1214; Hannilial and SL .loo, llarinlbai ami at, Joe preferred. ."; C-eie-l.al Paclllc bonds, 714; Lulon PaclUc bonds, 1U.1: Liilon Pacini- litnu grants, Union Pa. -tbe singing fuud. 107:4. llEVEtiAL T114DE. O ir irenoral rrmrket rlnrinsr Ihd week has bpen dull, as th river -s flosia. th-i roads Incim- b-red vnto snow, const-qne t y receipis m e light and rlvar shipment mot the question. This state uf ibltigt bat iia-ural y glv.-n an upwaru turn 10 i Hires. bu transactions are lew 111 tbe almost ansence ot o.le burs and ton Hgnt Irnju r ; ibis r-mark ao pl rt es e. lally to feed. Coruuie.il bat been dull wlib no m tual d'tference In price; tl iur Is Imluraily held hiyM r and bat been quiet, bul yesterdai one of ocr en ig. t c uiercb mts ..tlecitsJ a sale ot a lot of 40 1 barn Itat P.dato s aie watched ultb in terest, bid ti eweitbtr bat 1 ot pvrmitted et inoving tli'in ; lire an tins! pr.ee Is unuer-lood m be 2o; a laix'Saniouut will be wanted f r seed aid abrl bu In-ss li itsiked lor when the ilver opens; appirs nave b. en 1:11 I r-l ce the bolloayt with no adv ri.elll I't-.-e; H good tea-iy business Is dotiuc Iri cabba,-e. I ni en 1 weatn -r nat ni-oie egjs sc-.rcer. out 11 is dlirlBii t to tatsrtlieiu holier anu tiud puiciiasert for in. m they are hi. Ver. linn Poul.iy Is scau-e, which ba- had the eft ctot matoilalli uuprov iigtbe pr ce of cb ckeus. Pro.i 1 a s are loktug b iter and quo ntions nave d-a i-eo du lug ibe vvrei. Li.e su ck baa beeu tu light au.ii.ly ai tbe quolatious FEKD MEAL ND FLOUR-Comatlastsakswas at 4Sc; In aoire, 50r 52 '. Villi held firm, with no re cet.t transarilons; In stire, JiiiiTHf-c Bnm scarce aud vl llrmly beld; last sale at $17; In store, K5 nPOc p-r cwi. brmer, at S 1 1 7 1 o ; saleof'Ji bales ot iiilx1 al H.t ,"H); ill store, Mi, W)c. Coi--iind In bmlien oeinand; salt) of 100 barrre.s at $'?. Flirur. S I ,Klr?5 nil. FBUU'fi AND VtiifcrABLES. Aiilm very quiet; In store. S?2cJ2 50 i'o(u.'oe. quiit; too lo cieiiierit to move them; 1:i s'aire, 2:if 2 40. Statt't 2 25. ihtinr qtiiet; in store, $1 75('r2 vab'iayt, irHa l-er ltaj be.d ao.ordlog t ze. rurniM. sjl on71 50 rt barrel. Hnivn, 2 a barrel, t artttt, S2 a barrel. If rseradvli, T0 a barreL itntngr., soli il a barri. Lemon. ?4 .aO o XulnA-ui.'iid.-s. Taiagona, r.'c: Brazilian, DC; pecari-s, Tex aa, new. Ii 1 -: lllbertt, 14-; peaimtt, 4c per pouid; cocoa, Sua 5 50 per bundred. Urint Fntit applet, new, 4 .too; peacbeg, oew, 4ZoC; old, :iU-c Crurt'trrri', if 7 a barrel. ffiO.s. POULTKY. tit.- Bggn Irregular and looking UP. ni 2ii721c, s ir e bo dt rs 24c, the lat ter fur a. nail pa kages Hatter was qii' ted at folluws: coriiinoii. lli?llc; niedlinn, l-iif ltc: choice weMc-n, 17''lt'.': creimeiy, 2-hi. to bees. Turto'i at s.ju 12: dressed, -Ut 140 a pound Ducks, S 50(7 :l a dozen, icc.-ie.94wo. UOU PRllljcT AND MEAT Bocon-deai S des, packed, fic; c ear lib. packed, 4:-ac; shouldeis, packed. .1:4c: clear pork sides, lisje, 414c; clear rib pork sides, loose. H.tiOc; long clear irk sid 's, l H)"e, 41; sbouliieis. loose. !Jio; suiar ciircd bamt. packed, 7Jc; breakrast bajon, packed, itl a'f id-sr; mess poik. SH 50. Ixtrd -ne ws, hes''iti-c, palls. 7:'sa. JT-tore-quarters, 2(1 -!c; bind quail-rs, 4(?4lijc. Xh-p by tbe car-c-.st, 4r5e a iKnil. iiws. 43iVsa a pound; by tbe bundled, tor packing. -i 60. l laCF.LLa N EOU-4- Vidtr nf barrelt.SS; barre s, $K(ZS50. jV-.ii medium navv, SI 75c?2(2 25 a busnel. according to quality. Lime, IH)c.Sl. Ap pls b'tller, 7o Itr lb. 1'ickUx, 75 per hall-barrel; $7 50 a barrel. Jfiriee tiv.it. Kl'. per lb. i(o Uvrui wienie, la per ITj. Hominy - In store, per barrel, S i 50. Kruut, tt(7 X 11 bairtl, according to siz -o' barrel; hull brl.tSd 50.74. LIVE bTeJCK. irey tjchlillng. of the ?oitthern stiH?k-y-rd, quota cattle blgaer fir thj best grades owing to ilgnt resceipls; a bare niaik.d and an Im proved demand. Hos were aetive with a llber.'l supplj. Tbe market closed vtitU exhau-t-d stoc of cattle, bocs and shttep. (:iitlt Cuolce to extra corn-fKl natives. 1000 to 1200 pounds, 41-iC: good to choice butchers' steers, JUK) to 1100 pounds, 4(7,414c; good to choice corn-fed Texas cattle. K.O 10 li50 pounds, iJVj'?4c; fair to good corn-fed Texas cattle. M11) to lO'M) i-ouiids. Sift :&:; siuooth fat c rn-fed uatlva oxen, 1200 to 1500 pounds. 814(2 Hi common and m-dlum butcb- rs' cattle, 700 to lucO douiius, 2'-j Inferior and lh;n cattle, all descriptions, Ujcfe ev-i Best butchers' and pacKers' selections, 1K0 to 250 pounds, c; second qiilliv, 15o to 21 1O poumls, 2V?2:Vic; commou and lovgn' all tf-lgblt. 2i-4(72laG. Uluxp (iood to choice mu.too t radei, u0 to 110 pounds. 4s?4i4c; medium to good mutton grades, IrO to PO pound, tiViSaU"--; cwuimou and luterlor. per bead, Sl(i2. I BIl TELEtlRAFH.X I.OLI5VILLE, Januiry 13 Flour steady. Wheat firm- red, P0 -; amber and vvh.t Hoc. Corn uu I ami lower; whit-. HAc-. in'ied, 3-'ls. Oa's stesdy, with a gorsl demand: white, 27: !:;lx. 24c Kyo dull and lower. 50j. Hay dall. Sllr? Id. i-orB stroi-.i;, 5S 75. Lard quiet: cbolc-i leaf, llerce. ti:i)C; choice leaf keg, 7I". bu k mea's sfouserer, 2"(T:L 4eT4's, 4454.""jrt. B "icon bun 4"'hr?lsc- Sugar-ctired barns, 7i4(7ii'iC. Vi'bbkv steudi, SI 03. CINCINNATI. January n. Flour stronz; faiullv, 4 40tJ5 25. vibe-it 111 act ve; red and white. 00 liyxs. Cirn strong. Sjtg.-J 13 J. Otis q'll-t but brru, 2-"x27c Bye dull. 5i i.-2c. Ilar eyduil; No. " si ring i-1 bid. Poik quiet and Dmi, j.i S i'J H 50. La d In good tbiiiand; eteani. 5 t!5(7 5.70c, Bult n.eaU qmet but linn; i-hoiildert. 2 oOtiHc; ttiort r,u, .().' 4c cvsli, 4 nr2 4 15e, b iver Ma cb; short cear. 414c tacon pcarce aud Dria, l4u4'ii 4 ic. Wntsky steady, SI 03 l HICAtiO, January l3.-Klrmrnomln.il. Wheat i i lairceuiand, bi t at lower inles: No 2 red wln tr isl.jTHvc. Coin quiet but tlnu; 2'.'bC cash, HOiiic February. Oats quiet at lttV cash, lv4d! ls.i?,2 F-boiary. 20c Marcii. Kyn steady tit 4-iiic. Panel dull a-.d nominal at 95(?v'Ja Pork uusct tloel, b'l- geneially lower; closed firm 3t8J KOcu-h. l.atd sc.liv.jjut a shade I -wer; 5.05c ca-h,5 70c Feb ruarv, B.ltOJ March. Bu'k meats steady with a go:d demnid. oressid bos ileadv, with ag-'Cd daaiaud; 83 10(23 121 NEW YijBK. Januiry 13. Flour nemlnal; a'Jper Bne S ai'3 and western, S3 25(23 M; St. Lou's, 3 bii 'lTi 75 W0at quiet; unmade 1 spil g. M (2 ulc. Be dull and heavy. Barley quiet. Malt uull and nominal. C-tii nominal; ungra-'ed. 4'Uoi4Hc O ts qalel Ii t hrm; tto. .'I white, 3:il;c Coftce o-i'et. .-ugar qu. el but steady; fair U k'000 rennlii, tv'.HeilTse MolasSf S dull and u-.i-tile-i. it ci de 111 and talr and market linn crk quiet; lues., J.7 55(77 t0 i ld; SS 7oi7H 12ti new. Heef dull. Co u.eat' tiim; long clear mleidles, 4;1sC. Lard de lii .nd aeuv, paino stcaui, bU0:. Whisky steady, 1 10li'71 11. 8T. LOUIS. January 13 Klour quiet. Whent Inactive und lowei ; No. 2 ltd fail, li;;s. flol cash a'oiJan ary. toru active but lower: No. 2 mixed, 2"7S(?--!''l-i crli. Oais l-Mi-t.ve and iowr; o. 2, ' I l-w'cash. 22c b:u;jsniiary. Kie sWady. 424 frV'Li Barley eleadv. Whisky steady, 104. Poik iiiacin.e a d lower, $7s7t!:'d o. Lsrd raster, i &s-. hulk meats d id and mwer, very little doing; car l"t', loos", HJt) lo ,!etTS oi l to full, cured, s iouldt-rs, 2 05'7 i MCi coiejr libs, 3 i.i l a.POc: short clear. 3.P0.2 4 05'- Lan6 cull. HljC; clt ar rl.-.s, 41 : sbo t cle ir, 4-4c- Haais. lUts; . en meats d"u:l; ciearrios, up-.-ouutry, aVac salted on ta-.. xi:wohi.?;ns January 13. Finer strong; tu- ribne. S4(jr i -'h. id .: de extia. ?4 75. Com quit t bid linn. 4ti5l! . Oat w iUrt. :il.?:i2;. Cornmeai icd and noinl el, $ 10 li .y quiet til firm; j, line, iii; noei .. SI . Poik s roi4jer; h-'id-wd Ss 2n ,1 .Sj; ti., J 25. Lard I g:Hd deuand a..d loobig - ,aio; tleices. l'.l.(7i' ftt'; ei(s. l.liC Mn. tueti sc ip e anil it u. ; lose-, 8I4C; packe t, hi. -sc; cl.ar rll; 4ijc; cieai ?'des hPsc. Bocon H-s(i,.. -sjijera, c; 1 le.ir no. 4Sje. c'ar, 5c. eu ni:l; sn- -eui uikiket du i; !? Vc; uoeoi-n-.r-v-iire.i l- y. nitaj s:ettd7 Sll) .ii"lO ten -o Vi-eet. '"". , 1,- bat briu. Uu .-es ..li.et; C lil- (lUlet. triuar qu gisst remaud; J.oulsleimt, oion. 20ti22c. K' . ordinary Ui cnuice. hi. WI TELK0KAP1I.1 NHTW YORK. January 13 -Tbe.J sre more b iyrs J In the nia-s-et. ana ou-riuiss is e ...... .. i.... v...D vilibcomuilssroD bouset. Colton g w. s ie In moel eraie itipst. An.a.-.n.c phfWIugs tv-re reduced ly acents. Prints ate mo1ng i"S' .i,.,' ..:e a. In moner.-ite i.enwiid. Hosiery la inoie aei lVe In tir-t hands. Koi e'tro po. ne- q let '3 rantf3 fale TTT virtue; of the terms of a Deed of Trwt to mf S ........il l.e 1 W I-i.rwr ete, n ilea lit 11 ll ,t V er ' J'jt 1H77. and tyi ere.i in t.bat'el Look; 12, jsiet ol I. 01-. "i-1 saiuci-t 1 iu. On rr-at rdaj, rebrcury 13 1879, at 10 o'cio-k a.m. p-cceel to rellto th blKiieat l,n!el-r. for C!S, ut I 7'- eaeeond sireet. tbe prrs..nal r.rnueriv meritloued and dsiltw-d tu said trust , iha rio coinriO-e.1 eblef! of tbe bonst. hol.t'iiud klicben It nlture, ua, in aaia tallding. 179 Second sUet.1. J muao p. imii. F RAN A. WjiXL9, Trust. C. Weatherford, AUorney. KI VEIl NEWS. YVeatberr and Itlvera. particunr coiicerniiig tlie weather and rivers: (j met. tsn.NACBKHVii a obh. ji. a. a., I likMi-ms. January 13, In in. f A buve Ion water. Changes. Pise i Kali Feet Inches insbeM nches Caiio 15 0 37 :. Cincinnati t oo ; 3 ! l)a ven port Frnz'n- ! ! . Oubujuo- Fioz'n: .. - Helena. Ark j Keoa-.k Frnz'n j Leavenworth Fioz'n! I . Little Bock j ... ... . Louisvliie Froz'n ' . Y-niktitff Nashville ;;d h . ho . New Orleans i) 3 ! j. Plttsbunr H 3 tLreveport. 10 H I 10 . rit. Louis tt 10 '. Vn-kbiirg WeK,w bbiri water ui,'u K of lrti'4 LOCAL OBSEBVATIONS YKSTERDAY. Time. Bar. TLei Wind. J1,1? j Weather. 7rf) a. in. S0.23 30 ts. ' Cl&ul.-. 2H) p ni. 30 13 lid s. cloudy. n:)0 p.m. I :m 1 1 3n Cloudy. Maximum tr.errn(i;iiet..r 37 d-g. iriiuiiiio triermonieter 30 dt-. J . Si.NUAL. Plicate, sitiiai Corps. S. A. liy Ttrleciaub. LOLTsVILtK. January 13 The river Is rising akiw.y. Wta'her clear and coo!. NKW 0 .LKAN.5, January 13. No arriva's or departures. Weather cloudy; thermometer 47 den. PIT TSBURG. January 13 Elver- marks oT i?auge covered by suow and lea, Weather clear and mtid. CINCINNATI. January 13 Noon.- River about 22 teal, aid rising fsst. Ics silll stationary. Weather cloudy and mild. EVANSV1LLE, January 13. River rlsluir. 10 feet rl Inches by the gauge. Weather cloudy and col l; mercury ranging from 21 10 32 deg.; wiud Irom the souili. No cunnge In tbe Ice. VICKSaURt;. January 13 Weather cloudy and damp; thermometer 41 d g. Departures Up J no. Is. Maude. 5pm.. City or Alton, 4 p.m. Arrived Natchez, 5 p.m., John White, 5 p.m. NASHVILLE, January 13.-River rlsUur nibldlv; 22 feet on the shonls. Departed Hellman, Cairo; Khna, Paducan Night The river s still rising. there ne,w being a uge of 3d foet on the shoals. OIBO. January 13 Noon Arrived Paris C Brown, New Oriens, 1 1 a.m. Weather cloudy and maid Night Arrlved-Klsh, l'aducah.ri p.m.; re- rne ' ::t 7 P.m. Itumense fields ot Ice. reach 11 k from snore to shore, passed down the Ohio this af teriioon.cii'rying away several Mats and tbe ferryboat Nebraska City, aud sinking a barge ot nails belong ing to ibe tow ot the Whale. But little Ice Is a-.sl'g here tn-n:ght, and cone at Pudueah. The river Is l. feet H lucues. ai.d rising. Weather cloudy: ther mometer iiti deg. 3Iavement at tbe Lcrte. ARRIVALS. Illinois, RIverton. DEPARTURES. James Howard. Cairo: CTIrv of Vlekshnrer. Pnlrnr Ciahoma. Friars Point; Ouachita Belle. Vlexsburv: II. C. Yeager, N'ew Orleans. IN PORT, nilnola, Katie Hooper, Georga W. Cheek. B UTS DUB. ZXoich -O-ieeo'a Be Te, Butb. r-Marini Speed. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Fkia--s Point George W. Cheek. Stack Lee mas ter, 5 pm. VtcKiiCKO Illinois, George Maloae master, 5 p.m. Arkansas Biveb Katie Hooper, Ed Konlaud ruditer, 5 p.m. IleerefDt Yestefrilay. Illinois -103 bales cotton. 17 baas seed cotton. 15s sacks cotton-seed, 71 pkgs sundries. Levee i'araizrapuit. rtauiy and g'oomy we.aiher. There as a pcicepllble -.haw Tester lay. S-Veral ..lepartures yesterday Jrjui this port. There waa quite a si Ir 011 tue levee leterday. foe at Luile Bock lej.t idght. was breaking up. Tue C'oano u let. lor Friars Point ves.eidav even- ltiu with a fair trip. The Jjhn G imxe and b:tr?es, from Memphis, ar rived Sunday at New Orleans. at Louisville ite river on Sunday was stat onary, and tbe situation uncb uiged. Tue s dt lee from ibe Tennessee river Bl'ei one quarier i f the Ohio a: Cairo. The Illinois aitived from Helena yesterday even ing at live o'ciocit. ho had been laid up there for ten days. At Cincinnati on Sunday tbe liver was rising with sixteen reel in the cuanuet, aud the weather c.oudy aud thawing. Tne Cliarlas P. Chouteau, Captain Win. Thorwel- eati. 1 due to-day lrom New uneana and returns 10 luonow evening. t lie James liuwaid and tbe City of Vlcksburg left yesterday loi Cairo. They were the fltsi boats 10 re sume their trips. liuga cakes or Ice became rfetaobed from the slio.e i.ppo.lle the clly yestefday, and floated uir d Avn the river. Toe la-est particulars concerning the breaking up of the 1- at cmcirinaU wi.t be foaud m oar lj gie'.ius 0,1 the li st pave. Our uisoutja of Sunday from Ev.msvUle Informs ns .ha tae K. B. fkinlmau was cut uowu In Ibe Cjmbeilano rlvei by ice. 'i neie is a c.ack in that ne v pl-ce of levee at the fool of Ooiiit sireet, aud it w.ll -ipparently shtlt- into tue li.t-r like th otuer Krade did. 1 he Ark .n-aa ilver at Littie Boek, yesterdny, rose two Icei, 1 y toe g ni-. and he pr -sp-cts ave good lor an Immediate br, akuig-up of the Ice there. x .1.- u.e,, v. ,.- e.jii., W r-i,,,, ftitiri Dew! '1 li'rty gieuttng. Tbero tvt.l be but few ' bawls' LOW 1 h Ouachita Bel'e. during her eMorced Icleness, reccl.ed a n. w pair of c dinueys. tshe was preparing 10 leave last mlit. and had a lair trip ol passengers and trelDbt tor Vi ksburg. The Illinois, CapUlu George M lion?, Is announced to leave this evening at five o'clock fur Vicksburg and all lntermeointe landings. John Gwatumcy, Will Dsnagh an4 Marlin Jones are her clerks. The Katie Hooper, Captain Bd. Nowland. will be found In port ibis morning receiving for till ports on t .e AikausHS r:v, r. rSbe leaves ibis eve.'.Iug at fire oclock. Juumy TUcinpsoa la lu charge ot her cm e. j The H. C. Yea22r, after lying at our levee some eight das, left lor JJe'.v. 01 leans at an early hour this morning. She Lad 100 tons miscellaneous freight aud lecelved beie 500 bates or compressed cotton. ihe fleorg) AY. Cheek, Captain Stack L?e, will be found at me la-idiug ihlt morning, rtcelvlng for Friars Point and all way landings, and getaway at live o'cloct this evening. Walker Outlaw and Piatt Bhcades ure her clerks. Up Country papers are of opinion that a tremen dous freshet, from Plttstmg to New Orlceus, will ceitalnly follow the melting of the tmiubiiss snow d ltts tnat cover the country. Our southern fileiids expo-ed lo blgh rivers should prepare lor the coming flood-tide. 1 ho u.llow'.ng dispatch was received from Mr. Ed C. Postal, of the Hard Cash, last Su day, dated New port, Aikansas: "It li.as b:eu ralnlu here ail day, with tbe ice sofUMng, but still gorged aud lrozeti over for several miles abve aud below heie. Will leave here with the Hard Cash lor Mewpuls as soon as Ice admits after a breaking-up." The C. O. Slanard arrived at Cairo at ten o'clock Sunday morning, from New Orleans. The river wvis still rising, and a heavy field of Ice Pae the Vlu ceuues railroad vthariuoat from her mooring, and with d'Oiculty the steamers haven and Grand Tower toed her back; no damage was sustained. I be Coiuinoiiwea.ta and Raven, lor New Orleans, and the Grand Tuwcr, ior Vicksburg, were lauding ax Cairo. The 'ollovilng telegrams troinC-ncItma i, la-1 Sun day, give liilerestiug paitlcjlars lrom various j.o'nts on ihe Ohio river: "The v. bar! was visited by thou sands of people, to-day. in tne expeciaruv of a break up. ToAbOeiis have: ci-oken tbe t.-e aloug lbs river Iror.t. and tue sieamo s of tbe mall line havd lakeu left-go in tneinou'h of Lb-king ilver. The k-e lsex pectcd to move before morning. At Portsmouth the Ice moved yesterday, smashing fiva coal barges, a d sweplt-g away fifteen others. At M-tysvllle the break up ocuui resd at three In tbe afternoon, sinking :r tearing loose r.ltoeu banres, ana damaging thenbarf boit somewhat. At our o clock. iu the after aoon the Ice gorged again brio Maysvillc, and was at last account, still fast. A rise of twenty leet Is reported la Kentucky ilver, which. Ills thought, wil- clear out the Oliiu river t-eiow Maysville. A ulspa ch Irom Ihe same place yesterday gives the lolluwl. g additional particulars: 'At seven tills morning the ice wastuov lug ngalu at Msysvlite, luiinnlrrg at bve miles per hour, but attended by no danger, aud slopped again. The river appeais to have ilseu ten or twelve leet opposite to Aioiu-ira, with the ice runiili-g very sli-wiy. The r.ver is rising rapldiy.' At Ripley ibe Ice broke shortly a ter eijiht o cock Monday inornlug. The bse .-Kmawas crashed and sunk, but as set no Other damans Is iepuriel." The C ueiuuali Murine Journal, an exwllent paper, by the way, ttevouni to the Interests of ilver-i-ian and livers, has, lo Its Issue ot January Salt), tbe toPoliig about tbe doings or varloug well known rivertnen las; Christmas: "Capt .lo Milt a. Harry, of Memphis, got a Ted wing' In his'n. but laid It up out of tne way Cu.dalu Ed Postal, ot the Hard Cash, did not get his sock darned in time to bang It up before aaydght Captain S ack Lee, of Ibe iirn vV. Cneek. had no s.sik to hang up Captain to Now. will, of 'he Katie Hooper, tacked his so kt up u.i'l tied a airli lo tiieui, ruunUie: to bis Led. Little Nowlnd, )r , got up early ui tuj u.ujiimj, caiti.g. d tbe strlia; to the old man's toe, hid U-ninu tbe i.-ed and nearly pul ei the captain Ihruugh the lO'it tHiard Captain Eugene tmlth, of tbo Mar lin oi'trc-d. forgot to bang Lp 1 Is shoe and found bis boo s Cbrlslnaaa monnpg parked w.tu bis dbty washing Walkcn u.law, of ihe Geo. W. Cheek, bad no socks wl bout boies, and bung up a pillow slip Major Dick Llgtiburne, superintendent of tlie Memphis anu Onlo river p Oetet company, at M-'mphia, sat up all night at 1 Is nrep.n e, armed with a pair of derrmuera, wallir g lor Santa Clans to put In an appearance We are surry that J D. Mon, tleikof tho JOJie H dij-. lost bli Socks t:ie day !e?ore i hristmas and wis coiupe lei lo b tiov n pair f om Ca,.:iiia M.UHariT .... Captatu Jam. s i- a, i-f t-e iialtia) NoniiJ, v.pf.U;rt te.l oi.r sisc l.al Be-il what he found In h's tlotir-D ig wuLdi no hung u,.; but ll bat leaked cut lh.it he got a ptiougraph lrom Joe Dunlevy. a Iocs of balr from Bob carrel, secre'ary of the CuicL-nati marine ways, and a linger boiler eunlue from C .1- t .ill Torn Danagh Wash K.oyd. c!e k of tl.e Slur t;ee .. speiiiau 1 our 10 g tllng to tue bolt, m of hit ti sV, iiU Jo'.'nd a b:Il for wasuiug and a plc l.lc ticket to . ount ).uoi,ui. C;ii?ltii)at dat-u June, 1 cap inn J- hri M. J mes." cnrk il the if .1-1- Ing oiar. fell Into bis fee and lemained ihe.e h i d.,y Harry W. irteio, clerk .f '.he Cbai Irs Moigau, p.ov e sock full or c-jlUia a 1-ji t In higpt. wlta 10 r-leeii-incu il-cvtrs. He was lost In the Ural o1 e he put 00 r . o. il:c-.e:l clerk of Ibe nsoeola lieLe. maslieKl a banana in elumsliy haudiitig 1 Is sot. i:e stdd t ome all day 1 1 aret the soc reno- taail J. T. nKaihin-j, cleri of the Illinois, found a UaCg and na cog. tlx Inch s lor g. In his iio.f upsrel....ll. if. (jleiib. Of l. e ilsmphts wcariooa-, ... ,na a uit-i aud a (ne-doilar note la hit ato king. wiiu his shfr.ati)re atlache.1 to an crd-r for the .W- rif.f Juurritu lor one year catpiaiii 0. is. xaai .011, a .rriiitendent ot . he Mempli s and Arkansas river packet company, hupg up his boot and s me mljcfr- aut biled me loeol It wdii oleornargarn.e cat.taiu ctanlng C. M'JnivrJ. ot the Vint chlnkle. r al.ej a guui.)-b ;g t) Ihe mantelpiece, a' O woiked ill oay to get his hand out 01 the alligator's mouth." Thy above ts a very "socking" business, aud It Is In. (! :o e to tell who had the socks, him or the otaut L-llvVr. In eteauers alilet One I'robably a Wreck. Kpxre Chronicle, of Fiiiiay: 'Trof. n. E- Col'on i'ftm In from E'.cgiton je.tet(3iy. vve t,a:ii irom h u i:tii ih. laius of We lnesday caused . mu'd il-e la tUe CUicil rlve.r. When lia 1 it. tv fr rday morning, the C.lnoh waa il.i g at the tete ot ons foot per hour. The ice tr,ixe loose aud urirird a.,tii tna river. f'oll.K considerable oamac. The rceemr-rs E111017 City and Harry Helm weie tied at the wharf. The ice oiiitea againsi irieru anu snapped t jelr sables as if they bad been a meie thread, and both tleameis were submerged, xue Harry Helm was thought to be b'd'i dsmsed. a--d may prove a completer wreck. Toe Emory Clly Is somewhat dam aged tr.e water iw-n about three leet over her lower (Kli. but It whs hod and tx lieve I Ibe Injury wo. Id not h great The current la tbe Clinch was rue ulna: very strong, but as the Tennessee bad commenced ruing, it dm not corn inn- so, pe Da;ns, very lone, at that point. Bota the steamers are run bv Ihe A bison Brot- era. We t list the r loss may not prove so seri ous as apnesrs to have bwen an Ic ptted h"n Piof. Colton left there. He came from Kingston to Lenoir 01 horseback, and lnronus us that tbe roads are a solid sheet of Ice. His horse fell with blm several tunes, but. fortunately, be escaped with ail serious tnlury. We have neverseen anything lu thlscountry to compare with It Tbe roads everywhere are al most impAss.ible, and t.ie earth was so frozen t.:Bl 11 aosoibed none of tbe ra-n wblcb fell on Wednesday. Hence the universal nod rapid rise In tbe several wal-r courses thiocghout the country." CilX AMD IXM?i. r.--, THOROUGHLY CLEANS COTTON OT nil IDaHt unit Sand, Kahsiirlns Ihe Valtioofthe "staple from One to Four rad en. Makes Merchantab'e C-.tton from much that Is now abandoned when ve'y obty or beaten out by storms, cotton gathered In ripened but unopened bills Is by the use of Ihe T,. ;. ;.," prepared so that sriy Improved gin will produce samplts i f good grade and qoalitr. The profit from the use of the :. will iay for the machine In ten days constant use. For sale by ALKXASDEi; AIlSiOM. Agt. 36 Front Ht., Memphis, Trno, NKD FOR rlllCn.AKK. -Jtt eS 9 COTTON GIN & MILL ISnowroady to Gin all Cottm consigned to me, COIL SEoiND arid JACKSoN. SunitB turnlsbed lor faeed-Cotton on hp 1 cat Ion. All cotton con- shnie 1 to me wPl be fully Insured. Thanking my Friends and ihe Public fr pssi iivow, I respectfully solicit a continuance of tbe same, noplng to deserve tne patronage heretofore so liberally extended to me. w si. KRm.is.B. Foot of 15xclaitge Streets RAVING purchised the Memphis G:ns, and feel ing s -dished that I have tne runs; complete GIN'NKHY in ibis c-.'y. I0H1 r my sei-vlocs to the ptib 11 . and gu -ranree to give satlsf-ctlon. I am using tbe CUaiiPION GI.nS and Huilers. and a CUni'l.KTKCOTrOtk -IaB4VXKK, and am satlslM that I can do better work than any ginneiy in this - ity, as ti e Ch -mplon Gins are tba only Ulna trial e-ri gin holly eott -n. My terms ai as LOW as tne LOWEST, and a'l cotton FULLY O'JV tREDby Insurance while In transit or In itin Hou-e 1 hankfiii fur the patronage extended to the is ar Gins I solicit a continuance of same for tne Memphis Gins. All Seed Cotton Ir. sacks, for tne star Gin will be ginned at the Memphis Gins. .1 . V a- 1 1 lfr t . 1SSUK4SCE. J. J. MUBPHY. B. F. MCBPHY. Murphy '& Murpliv, VESEBAL Insurance Agents, No. 5 Had .son Street, Memphis, Term. "cTCK D"t Flrst-Claii Comnaites represented. JL Bisks on buildings taken for three or hve -ea s at greatly reouced rates, tiiatioases und Uonu rrv itliirri, .fit-i 1 1 1H . Et I EU! H I U X CO M P K Y . urana uisinouiion COMMONWEALTH IifetriZutioa Co. By authority of Commonwealth of Kentucky, drawing and details unasr supervision of prominent citizens of Kentucky, In tbe city of Louisville, on llmr-tlay, January 30. 1879. KO SCALING f A'O POSTPONEMENT l'RIZES 1A1I IN FlTIiVL,! 8115,400 DISTRIBUTED. Tickets nlt . Unparalleled success of Ihe popular drawings Head the following attractive list ot prize tor the JANUARY DRAWING : 1 Prize 1 Prize 1 Prize 10 Prizes $1000 each 20 Prizes fVOOeach 80,000 10,000 5,000 10.000 10,000 10,000 15,000 10,000 10,000 2,700 1.H00 MX) 100 Prizes 300 Prizes 500 Prizes 1000 Prizes 100 each HO each 20 each 10 each APPKOX1MATIUH PRIZatS. 9 Prizes S300each ft Prizes 200 each 9 Prizes 100 each 10H0 3115,400 tYhole Ticket. , Half Tirhrti, til 27 Tlcket-s, SoO. 55 TlckeLs, $100. Bemlt by Postofllce Money Order, Registered Let ter, Bank Draft or F.xpress. Full list of drawing pub lished la Louisville Cnurier-Juunial and New York HrrUd, ana mailed to all ticket-holders. F'or tickets and Information address COM MOS WEALTH E'S TlilbVTWS CO., or T. J. COM MERhOhlK Scey. fiHuner-Jmmal Building. Louisville, K titucky. For further info matlon. apply to 6 West Court stieet, Vemphts. Te.'Pessee 31 iMKLIiANEOl'S. PEAUTtFUL work of 1 00 psges, one colored JTA. floer plate, and 300 Illustration", with de sctipttoni of tbe best noise's and vegetables, n- d how to grow .hem. All for afue eeiil stamp. In En glish or laetman. lite t loictr and VtgttabU Gardeti. 17S twges, six cilore l p. ales, and many hundred engravings. For We In p-pvr covets; 1 in elegant cioth. In tier men or tngl sh. riVJt'n llOmti-ntcd Monthly Mt)ifazine"2 pages, a colored plat lu everv number and many lineeu gravings. Pile . SI 25 a year; Ave -ord-s for 5 VTCrv'd fEEDS ae tue b-si liithe world. Send,?! cent stamp lor a Florvl (Hiide. containing llstaiid pi lets, and plenty of Information. Address JAME-1 VICK Hoche-ter.New Yik. Quinine and Arsenic Form the basis of many of tba Ague remedies In the market, and are the last resort of physicians and people who know no better medicine to emplo for this distressing complaint. The effects of either of lee Uri'gs are destructive lo the system, pro ducing headache, intestinal disorders, vertigo, diz ziness, ringing of the ears, and depression of the dtutitutlonal health. Ater's Aqck Curb Is a veg etable discovery, containing neither quinine, arsenic, nor nr.y deleterlons ingredient, and is an Infallible aud rapid cure for any orm of Fever and Ague. I s effects are permanent and certain, and no Injury can resclt lrotn Its use. Besides telng a positive cure for Fever and Ague In all Its forms, It Is also a supeilor remedy for Llvr Complaints. It Is an ex cellent tonic and preventive, as well as cure, of all complaints peculiar to malailous. marshy and mi asmatic districts. It act; directly on the Liver and b alary apparius, thus stimulating the system to a vigorous, healthy condition. For Sai.r by T.T. Twsi.itits. TEAMHirS. IX MAN LINK UNITEf) STATES AND BOYAL MAIL STEAMERS, SnW York to luee iiHtuwa est Liverpool Ei-try TUnr.lay or Sal jroVy. nty of Berlin. -iil tout, cnyof a. iui eal.4490lna Cfy C uicho-.oiid, 4107 City of Ema-eh', - 3775 Clir cf ( Hester. - 4odrt City of Kev ?ot,-Sotsj 't be-e mau Co-nt t-anicrs are . mong tne strong est, largest and fast-st on the A'lantio, aud have every uiOtlin Improvement, including hot ai d oold wair aud electrie bel.a In staterooms, revolving tnalr. Id saloons, bat a and uuo bigooms, barber shops, etc. For rates of ravage and ctner Informa tion, apply lo JOHN G. DALE, Acent, 31 Broadway, New York, or to TH08. FISHER. Emmet Bank, Memphis. o o o. - - . . ?' - a.. x---- a :, i-'r-s. ;l .1' .w .' I -s.TKa r-ftaWiiiitlJ7r----iaiiij Noii-ISMi(Irnt Xotlr. No. 8087.- In the Chancery Conrt of Sbe'br County, Teopesse. - E. a Bash vs. The unknown heirs of David T. Ash. T 1 aoueailou from tbe bill In this eaun hish J. sworn to, that tbe names and plaoesof residence of the defendants, the heirs ;of David T. Ash, de oeasesd. are unknown arid cannot be ascertained after d llgeut search and inquiry, and they are, rer hai8 lntere-'ed In the property sought lo be sub jected by tills proceed trr. Ills therefore ordered, tbat they make thdr ap pearance herein, at the cotir house In tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In February. 1H7H, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for eon Jessed as t them, and set for hearing exoarte, i-nd that a copy of this order be published once a week, lor four successive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal This liith day of December. 187a. A Copy: At.est. ,.,r, B J- BLCK. Clerk and Master. Br E. B. M'Henry. Denut C. and M. Wat, btrong. isqI. for Compl't. tue Attachment tic. Before Fsqulre John Bpelman, Just-cs or the Peac for Phe'by county, Tennessee W. D. Lewis t-n. Abe M'Gee. IN this cause an attachment having bf en sued out under section 34f5 cf the Code or Tenoe-sw, and returned "Levied ui on the propel tv of the de fendant," and affidavit having been made tbat ne fendant is indebted lo ihe plamtitl in the sum cf Thirty-five Dolla'S due by Hcrount. and lhat tbe ilalm li Just, and that the defendant Is a non-real dent rf 1 t-cnessee; It Is therefore or.-ere d Inat raid defendant make his personal apoearanee berore me on SATURDAY, the th of Februaiy. 1S7V. at my ollli e. No. 32 Adams stieet, Memphis. Tenrie-st-e, a id .lefeod said attaebment suit nlthln the time P'escrloed by law, or the same will be proceeded with rz parte; and that a copy or this ot.ler be pub lished once a week tor four w? eks In the Mempibs APPK-U. IXiU the Jllst day if Heremtx-r, lh7. tues JOHN fcPELM 4N, J. P. Xou-i;eiidrnt Notice. Ko. 305-2- In the Chancery Court of Shelby County, Te- nessee D. T. Porter vs. S. A. Provlne et al. IT appearing from affidavit In this cause that the defendant, Wm. H. Robinson, la a non-iesldent of the Slate of Tennessee; it Is therefore oraered. That he make his appear ance heiein, at the courthouse In tbe city of Mem phis, Tenness, on or before the first Monday In February. 1H79, and plead, answer or detpur to coin plalniuil's bill, or tbe same will be taken for con fessed as to blm. and s-tfor hearing ex parte, and tbat a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in tbe Memphis APPbal. This llitb dayot December, 1878. A Copy: Attest. R J BL1CK. Cleik and Master. By E. B. M'HKsrnr, Deputy C erk and Master. J. H. Malone. Sol, tor Complainant. ISANKRITPT SALES. JKankrnpt !ale. In the matter of various bankrupts la bankrui.tcy, at Memphis, Tennessee. BY virtue of a general order of sale entered by the united States District Court for the West ern Dltrlct ot Tennessee. I will sell at the auctlon-i-tore of A. E. Frunk and, Main street, Memphis, Tennessee, Tuesday, Jan nary XH, 187B. at 10 o'clock ot said day, tbe effects, both real and personal, wi-lch belonged to tbe followtng-named bankrupts at the date er filing their respective peti tions lu bankruptcy, towlt: J H. Wagener. Blakeman k Gould Thomas Koffod, E. W. M'Mliian, F. M. M'Lefresh. D. H. HUdebrand, J. B. M Cullers. N. Dewar, J G. Lons daie, Jr , George . Th snpson, Joseph Farrell, all books, accounts, notes, claims, etc Val. W. Wil'lams All books, notes, aevminr claims, e-c; also, all Interest In lands. (J. A. Clarke 4 Co All books, accounts, notes, claims, etc ; also, ail lnte'est In lands. The descilpllons of the lots, lanas, etc, and other evidences of property Is to be seen at my otlce, No. 80 Madison street. Terms of sale: Cash. tnes . WOOLDBiDGK. Assignee. A t31 IN MTU ATO lis . Administrator's Notice. ITAVING duly qualified as administrators of John 11 Morgan, deceased, all naitles havlne claims e gainst his estate are not tiled to present tham.dul. authenticated, within the time prescribed by law. And persons Indebted to said estate are re jue-ted to make oroniDt Dm men t to us. at No 9:'-. and ooa Second street. Memphis, or sters will be taken to fcntorcecolltCtlou. SOPHKONIA MOitGAN. DAKIXL AMKS. December 10. 1878. Administrators. GeorgeGlllham. Attorney. tue Adininlsjtrtitor's Notice. HAVING qualified as administrator of the estate Of AVelllnO Lauronzl. deceased, all nersn.is having claims against the sa-d estate are lequlid to preSHi t the same to me, properly authenticated, as prescribed bylaw. And p-isons Indebted to the es tate are requested to come forward and sett e. tua MABY LAURRNZL Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as Administrator, with the will annexed, of B Zoaiinl. notice In hereby given to al; persons Indebted to said estate or to B. ItSoannl & Co to come forward and s-He ihe same; and creditors of said estate will present the same within the tune prescribed by law or they wUl be for ever barred. D&xinber 23, 1878. B. LANNINI, Administrator, ttc, ot U. ZoannL M. D L. Stewart. Attorney, ere tues Administrator's Notice. rTAVTN'G been appointed and qualified as Admin IJ lstrtor of the estate of Butler P. Anderson. decease.1, nottot! Is hereby given lo all creditors of th- estate to present trielr claims to me duly uutlien t cated, and persons Indebted to the estate are re quested t. come forward ann settle. t.;-jAK WEATHERFORD, Administrator. Jannary 8, 1 H7 J . Hirrt.nfJnJfttpatp'! Notice. AVIN'i been s,, . . . Istr.itor or tue esi,..i i iaT. .n.?7.,ra oViri- stone. deeseased, notice is hereby given toalicreultors of the estate to present their claims to me duly ai.uiemicaieii, anu persons incebteu io tne estate are requested to ome forward and settle. C.1-.3AK waaittiiKfoiiD, AdiulnlstraU r. January 8, 1879. Administrator's Notice. HAYING qualified as the administrator of the esta-e or Ed B. T. Worshani dtceased. a'l Der- sors Indebted to said estate are hereby notified tc make psyment ot same, and all holding claims against said estate will present them to me. or my attorney, at No. 279J-J Main street, duly authenti cated. In tbe time ptescrlbed by law, or the same will be barred. WTLLIAM WORSHAM, Administrator. B. C. WILLIAMSON', Aitorney. No 279l,ii Main street. Administrator's Notice HAYING qualified as Administrator of F. Bleu, deceased. I reauest all persons Indebted to him to come forward and settle. Ail persons hvim? claims against him are notified to present their claims, duly authenticated, within the time pre scribed by law, or they will be barred. WM. 1L BOKHKL. Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appointed and onallfled as admin istrator on the estate ot Thomas M. Cnr.er deceased, not Ice Is hereby given to all creditors ol Mm estate io present tneir claims to me, and all arsons Indebted to said estate are reqursted to call and settle. WILLIAM H. CARVER, No. 14 Union street. Administratrix's Notice. HAVING qualified as the Administratrix of the estate ot Samuel Tlirhe. all persons Indebted to his estate are hereby notified to come fotward and seme tne same; and creditors or said estate are re quired to present their claims duly authenticated within the time prescribed bv law or ibev will be for ever barred. December 23, 1878. SABAH TIG HE, Administratrix of cjatnuel Tlgbe. M. D. L. Stewart and G. P. Foute, Attorneys. administrator's Notice. HAVING qaalltied as the artmtnl-trator of the estate of S M. Jobe. deceased, all Dei-sons In debted to said estate are hereby notified to make payment of same, and all holding claims against said estate will present them to me, at No. 854 Main st eet, duly authenticated. In the time pre scribed by law, or the some will be barred. D. 1. JOBK, Administrator. 354 Main street. George G. Dent, Attorney. - Administrator's Notice. HAVING been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Shelby county aa Adminis trator on tbe estate of S. D. Mangum, deceased, notice Is hereby given to all creditors of said estate, to present their claims to my attorney, J. M. ureg ory, at bis cmce in Memphis. And all persons in debted to said estate are requested to call there and settle, or settle with my aaeut. Frank Banksmitb, Collaervllle, Tennessee. ANDREW D. G WYNNE, AdmY Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as admlnl-trator of the estate of Fred C. Schaper, deceased, all poisons having cl -1ms HUH'n-t the said estate are requlref r-y present them properly authenticated as prescilb,-. bylaw, and persons Indebted to the estate are re quested to come fo. ward an 1 settle. ANDREW BEfiKEBT . Administrator. Administrator's Notice. HAVING qualified as Administrator with the will annexed ot Mrs. Rebecca Burkle, deceased, all persons having claims against tbe said estate, are required to present them autnentlcated, as pre oc-iutsj oy law, and persons Indebted to the estate are leqte- ted o come forward and set le. WM M. RANDOLPH. 5 Madison street. Adm ntstratrix's Notice. HAVING qua'lfled as the Arimlr.lstr trl x of tbe estate of M. W. Kenney, notice la hereby Iyhii to all persons Indebted to said estare to come lor w nr. l t nd pay their indebtedness; and tu all credit ors to present their cialina to the unde slgn d or bear at'on.ey. duly authenlicated witimi the time pre s-r bed by iaw or Ibe same w ll be forever barred. December 23, 1878. AHOL1NE KENNEY, Administratrix of M. W. Kenney. M. D. L Stewart, alt iney. eto. Administrator's Notice. HAVING qnM-fle-1 es tbe Administrator ct the estuu. ,with will annexed. ' f Root. w! lams, sr., dece-ased, ou I ecember 24. 1878. in the Probate Court of Snelby coupty. Teune ste, notice Is hereby ?lveu to all (arrsiii.s ltidit ted to said estate to come orward and settle their tndeb edness; and to all leoitors to present their cla m., duly authenticated, to the 1 ndersgaed or his attorneys with In the time prescribed by law or the same will be forever barred. htOKLRT ML LLIN, Administrator. A. H. Whitfield and C. L. Bates. Attorneys. Mkmphis. Tftn-k . .Tarnsrr rt, l7Sa. foes KXECLTTOK. Executor s Notice. HAVING qua Itied as the Executor with the will annexed, of tbe estate of Henderson Owen, deceased, ail persons Ir.d-b'ed to said estate or to Owen M'Nult 4 Co . of which firm Henderson Owen was surviving partner, me requested to make Im niedlatt pavnieot; aud those persons holding claims will present them without delay. WM. H. OWEN, Executor, Ness and 8 W. Court street. l-.xccutor't Notice. LETTERS t-tHrahury bating been lasdr d to ns utlUer the will of J. J. eulilTan, daMVaaed, all persons having elalms aasli.gt hisektareiue cotitled, wiuilnthe time prescribed by law, to ex hi It them doly variiied o either ot us or onr attorneys. i'HOS. FHHJEE, M. GAVIN, atherford ft Zstes, Attoraeys. Execulon, EDMUND OBGILL. G. U DKNISON. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. Sole Agents In Memphis for B. F. AVERY & SON'S PLOWS. X LABGE SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. STEAM ENGINE-. MACHINERY. PLANTATION WAGONS, GRIST-MILLS, HELTING. tir- NTKAH FITTlXlelsl ASD IROM PJPB strS? IF"btbcstci.- S5itx--at "H" E-T E W- O ir m m mmm lHFtrBoiiifHi ift.l i opociai UZZSr. toiLu mki alic TtLunoiH thefltifit In the world, fend the only n.mpVu-lv u:ihfarurv lomPT- priceti instrument, wlthlprlfir mam.- DiiniH'tiuiii frni.i)Mr. 'ompripinrtwo Telphon-ft, two w&lnut bnlder. nd awfrHi hnvt wire, at US percent dlro riL-K ul tt, ,Ks a . . . .t!-urn'nti. Fete l&lS?feMOurrond will then i the trmde, , &nd r shnJl be tM urvd to iAU-lHiTi-tlCC t'ree moot hi nearly lOOOol thenc In-trumenu. and have 1 uinn up oy 101 jo win,? r ffuarnniee ai in-iruincnu -mmo, tor nn Telephone l.'IC'.ares A-k n Commmiii AiKHCT. nd vonwitl ilntl t-cTJJ,L'"-r. '..1 prixtaufordiimrv thu paper wUea you writ- Kett,WMlnanl: CaH 3 CongreMSt.. Ilomton, H B. J, SEMUES l OOe TT f TXil U-OB. S3. T nTH 750 Brls. "Nelson Distillery" Fire-Copper BOURBON WHISKEY! SPRING OF 1873 - 0 Brls.YaDDissee Mall WBisKev FREE A.WD TN BOTJDi Mr. Irby Boyd has lieen Admitted as a Partner in onr business from November 1-U A. M. BOYD ft BON. A. M. BOV'D. AI.STOS IIOYI). IKBY 1IOYIX. A. 1. BOYD & Have IfeniOYed to 336 Front Street, corner Union Rooms 6,7 and 8, Magnolia Block. Have never Closed rinrine; the Epidemic MCRR4.1t & BIDfaELiV, Merchant Tailors, So. 88 Madison Street Take pleasure in notifying thrir friends and the public generally tbat they have re opened their store with a new, large and full Stock of the very Latest Styles ot" imported goods. Prices moderate. We solicit thcue who contemplate ordering their Fall and Winter Clothing to frive ub a call. JltRBAY at kiiki,v: w. w. (.or. Jobm W. Di ard Wholesale Grocers and Gotton Faetors. 260 and 262 Front st.. Memnniss FUL1ER, (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE ScKAY & CO.) Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission 3SercIiants. rV. SVl anil 373 Main street. ?femi1iiH. Tenn. J. C. NEELY. a H. BROO.ES, NEELY & OO., WHOLESALE) Grocers, Gotton Factors -AND COIVt MISSION 307 Front St.. NAPOLEON HILL, N. FONTAiA E, HILL, FONTAINE & GO. CottonFactors & W&olfisalB Grocers AWE NTS FOB THE CELEBRATED iu. OAXivjiin ooTTOKr-Griir. No. and SOS Front street, Memphig, Teunr, Harpmann g Bro afaaafaetnrers). Importers aad Jobbertt of Cigars, Chewing. Smoking Tobacco and Pipes So. 286 main Street, Slemphia, Tenn. PABTIES wishing to porchnse any of tbe ebove articles should give ns 'a call before purchasing else where. LOW PRICES and WOD GOODS la out moito. A. VACCAKO. B. TACCAUO. A. B. TACOiKO. A. VAOOABO & CO., latTOKTEHS ASD DEALEBS IX WINES, LIQUORS & CTGAKS, Ho. 32 i Front street, 21emplii . M. L. MEACHAX. A. "W. ROBERTS. And Salt MTKEJLT. t KO, US ION GROCERS, OOTTOiJ FACTORS, JOriN T. WLLLLNS ASSORTMENT OF U ffHl S wiz mm vtm lC3 - Altikrbmentma3e bv prartlral, rtiutru u vjr onf BIIIC, U1.I7CU udir one tample e-t Pt ' VviAiJ ix copper bound inu;t.--1 . - (.Lmm untfrom ret nUrrntet.R. ' 1 -v"- . J r will not h.t.d -o.mJ fU- 7 J, li';- "t Thinortt. be Ftittcienttv veH known to mU thmtit E strtctiT mntiin the rvtal prire. handredt of tent! airecTion x-ni witn emcri pur. onlnla fWmi all partaot Cie t-nintrv. ttiattaii tn wrk, we will refund the none we are ir.rwl .rsll w 1.. rf mud pay - 74 - - 75 - 76 - - 77 WiilarO. It. lb Coffl. A & M'NEAB- mm SONS, URTO N & CO BBOO&S. h.;m. nkkly. MERCHANTS. Memphis. Teiu. KILL, J. B. POSTOS. K. E. MEACIIAM. Agents. iiNP:3iSAnY. Dr. D. S. Jolinson's IKIVATIt jMetlical Dinpensnryj No. 17 JEFFEKSOM STIiEET, Betweea JHala ana Front, Utapkls, ISTABLIisHXD IB 18rKL DIL JORN?tiN Is acknowledl by all r-r.rfle In tefeated as l.y far ihe most aneosssrul pLysictB In the treati'-.. -r.t of privme or secret iilieasi4. OiiKk, tMrrouirn and tiermanent cures p)arantsesr In ewrr c.., mnle or female. Reent easra or Gooorrb n and Syphilis cured In a f.-w days, without tbe nse ft meirJTT, chance of dit, or hindrance from busmetr. (Seco.-idary ti;-rr!il!s, the last vsrlye erailiealed vntl out the usaof mercury. Invc-luutary Ins of s-r! a atoptwl In a short time. uJTerera from tmpoteiai-j or lose of aoxiial i.veni restoreal to free vla-or in a few Klerks. Victims of self -abuse and eiceafB Vin.ry, sufterlnn from stiermaiorrhea and loa cl phvsi.i ana mej.ud power, epeedliy and pe:na nntly cured. 1 articular aUentlen iia to the DUeases ol Worcn. and cures urtiaranteed. Throat and Lunu llsea caned by new romr-lWt Piles and old aore cured without the use of cauav tic or the knife All consultation strictly conlcientla!. Mettlicluee sent by eziK-eas to all part ot Ibe conn try. OfflTe honra from 8 a-m. to 9 p.m- Bundaia from A to n p.m. r. a rriTTvceiv v n. ts:i stki: sales. TriiMe'H Male. "IY lnte of 'li3 terms of a D el cf Trust, mad-) to me as Tru-lee rn th W h davor May. 174, rind which w.s filed Mar 10. 1s4. and lecordeil May 14. Is74. In K k Na 101. ia! 4t. In tm K-srlster'n ofPce of Shelby county. Tennessee, to which reference ts made for particulars, aud at the retiuest of tbe beneujlary. I will, On the 4th Day of Kebrusrr, 1S79. n twelve o'clock, noon, on the premises, sell to tba highest bidder, for cash, Ihe following nsal esta'e, 'Itu-et d In the rltv of Memphis. Shelby county, Ten-esse. to wit: Lot No. 8 or W. P. ond s st b-dlvl-lnn.of irt of lot N. . In block S3, slluat-d on Lauderdale street, near Pontotoc, with a frontaeei on Land rdde str-et of 4Hl feet, runntr.it back 14H1.J f.-et io aa allev. Said l-.l ts o -eof tbr--e con veyea by W P. Fond to J. C. Pivls, an l by blm lon veyed to me m trust -e. Eaul.y of relempt'on b .rred. Td'e b llevel to be ijood. bitt I se.l and oonveya- tru--t only. C. B. CLABKK, Trustee. Memphis, January 4, 18g;. Trnteeai Nnle. XTTDEa and by virtue of a certain trust deed to me U executed by M. L. gulden. Julia M. SeldeP ami C J. Seldeu, trustee, of date November 27, 1K71, and recorded In tbe register's rfflere of Shelby c-Hii.ty, Tennessee. In record beok No. 82, pgel5tH), et sei., to which reference Is her- by made. I. as stica tni'lee. at the riu-?st of the beneficiaries In -aid Iran the debt iheieln mentioned being past due will, on Thursday. Jannary K3. 1879. offer for sale, and sell at pnhlle vendue, to the nlptt est bidder for cash, the follilnit real estaie. with the appunenaric as thereto b)orik;lng. situate, lylnay and llng In tbe dry ot Memphis. She by county. T -nnessee, and deiscrlbd hs follows, to-wll: Cornmeneinir at a stake oa the south side of Peal streest. In the cltv or Memphis. (c20 feet 4 Inches) two hundred and twenty fe-t tour inches west af tbe southwest comer of Beale and La-utenlHle; thence muntng south at rkht aisles with Bea'e street. one hundred n) fitly Hour teei to the north fide of a twe.ve foot alles; benoe wes'wardly with said al ley one hur died feet (100) to Driver street; tbenca rotrtbwardlT w.th ear-t M le of Driver -tr-et. one hun dred and fifty (lf0) leet lo Beale s'reet; laer.ee east wardly v.lth ibe sou'h side of Beaiei.tr.et one bun dred (1KI) reet lothe rseeln'ilnir. betn tue same urain which said M L. Seldeu has recently erected hid reat.ieure and where be now res de. .-ale will be made at the front door of the court house. In the city of Memphis. Tennessee, at VA o'clock. Kijulty of redemption Is expressly waived In said trust deed, and Utle believe j to be perfect, but I shall sell aud convey as tru.tes only. C a WELLi-ORo. Tmstee, RaysteT. AValdran A Bacon. Anctloneeis. Trustee's Male. BY virtue or tbe power conferred on tne by a Deed of Trust, executed to m a trustee cn the first day of Seitember 1878. by H L. Bilnkley and R. C Brlnkley, which Is rf teon In the Resist r office of nlby county, Tennessee, In Book U7, pae 4t)4, 1 villi. Oa Taeaday, Jaw nary a, 1S7D, at 12 o'clock m., at th south irate of Court sinare. In the clly or Memphis, proceed ta sell, tor e-v-h, to tbe highest bidder, tbe following property, to-H: One und; ed halt ot part of LaSBK, part of bayou l.4il; oeelnnli g at the southwest o r erot Madi son und Deri. it u streets; thence west with the south side of Madison street 14015 feet: Ibenoe south end parallel with feoto sinst I4.st feel to an allev; thence east 14Vi feet to DeS-tto street; tnence with we4 rl-ie or Dnsotn street 14Sli leet to Madiaoo s.ieet, to the beginning. Alsn, one undivided ore-half Intere-t In 5rt 2f. 6, part of !ot45; reKinilng i the KOutliwest corner of 8--ond Hnd liay -so streets; thei ce with ti arose strett w st 14M1.-3 t et; thence south 61 feet; thenoe east and parallel wlta Hseyo-o street 14Xi,i feet to BeC-.nd street; thence witu theweel sl.le ol Second sir-et 61 feet to Uayuso street, to the beglnuang point. i bis sa'e Is made at the reejuet of the beneficiary, de'ault havii K been made In the pal men t ol the debt secured by Ibe deed of tru-t 'I he tltie t tne property Is be ievtd to oe perfect, but I will eli aud cer-.vy m.ly as tiuatee. huuitv ef re-lempllnn Is ex preily waived. K. M. HEAhN 1 ru-iiee. Trustee's Hale. BY virtue of Ihe power conferretl on me by tbo terms of a deed or HunI. execut d to me as trustee, on the twenty sixth day of uc ober. IH75 by T. J. YarbrouKb and bis wire. b. .1. Varb.ctiKb. gJjWrti Is recorred lnjhe Krgl sterns oRicaof brJJr On January 25. IS 79, between the hours t f lo and 11 o'clock a.m . o! said cay. at tbe southwest comer or Vain sa d Muil eon stieets. In the city of Memphis. Tennessee p:o ceed to sell for caj-h. tothe bajUteat bidder, tne p:op erty conveyed tn said trust deed, andhkh la de sol ned aa fo loirs - I'art of lot No 3, In Work No. 17. of the Butler Division of said city of Memnbt, bounded as fol lows: Beginning at tbe noitbwert enrtwr ot B. and W. Atcniun's lot on E hois stieje t rum. trig non'i VA-itb achol9 street 5S teet 9 inch a to A. B. Jewel- 1 tot; thenoe east to bis southeast corner; thence scuta 5eJ feet Inches to H. and W. Amnion's north ilne: thenoe neat with said line to tbe beginning on Kcnois street, about 1H.') feet; Del tin the same K t tie sxlbfd In a deed from J. . Je.hr. ston. trutee. to ri. K. Johnston, which d-ed Is leecorded lu tue register's orPce of fibelby cotmty, Tenneasee. In book 105. Dattre 474. t wblcb deed reference Is beie 111 ad-. This saie is uiaue ai tbe request ot lb. beneficiary, default bavin; tsren made in tlie payinenl ot tbe debt sect red by the trust deed. The title to the prop erly is oeneven 10 ne nooa, dui i win oniy convey as ' trustee. Ktiulty of redemption hnn-ed. a D. JOaNaTON, Trustee. .Tecemberl9. 1878. I. D. Cqnawat. Auctioneer. Trustee's Male. BY vfi tu of the power conferred on me by a deed cf k'u-L execti ed lo me as trusteee, on the first of February, 1 12, by I). R. Cook and H. A. K 01 loo. wliK'h Is or record In tbeoffic-o the register or tsneibv oo. nty, Tennessee, lu book No. bo, page 1-J.i., I wUl, Oa Thai. ly. February 0, 1S79, at half-past elevtyt o'clot forenoon. In front of the middle tenemen," or Irvln block. In the city of Heniph s, rrooeeal ' 'ell. for cash, to tbe h ghett bld.ier, tbe followl-1? a escrlted proiverty, 10-w.t: A certain kM or l.uid Situak d In r helny county. Ten nessee, and belns part of lot J"0- "SO on tu plat ot tbe city or Memphis, and Jtoruioed us follow-: Be glnniui! at a point on tka ktortn side ef Jefferson si eet. where It lntersecv th1 eat Una of tee alle lmmeiiaelyea.-t or tni Theater, rur.nln thence east sverjt-four ftaet. h-.nce nortn one hunored and f -ity-elcht and oue-half leet to an al ey, ibence west stveuty-iour fatt, lAence south one bui dred arid fory-elght and one haif fet to ihe place cf be Etnnlnt;. 1 bis sale Is aia-as f'irllie purt-o-e ot pay mm of tte inuebiedres. secured by sala trust deed. qu.t7 of redemption expietiy wa vol. Tllle be lieved to b prect, b" 1 B'U nd eouvey only as trustee. This property- will te svid belote lie mid dle tern merit of the Ltpng tlock, adertlsid lor sale by tne, as trustee, on sam day s tb s sale, both tiaiM de-eds havaut beon given to ae- ure tbe seme lndebtedni-ss. fc. L. BELCHEtt. Tmstee. By order of J. A. Audaison, aAiji iulator of Charleai Wljitter. beaeat-iary. Trustee' Kale. BY vl-iue of the powf r conrered on me by a Dee.1 of Trust, executed to "'e as rinst-n on the 1st of February. 187. by P. B. Cook. v.hln.s o rec'rd In the ofbee ot tbe Rejtya.er i-r sbeiby cvunty Tennessee, in Bock iNO. Ku, pae 144, 1 whl. On Thnnsday, theOtb ef FrbrnErj, 1479, at twelve o'cli k, noon. In front of tbe middle tene ment t-f tbe Irvli e bio k. In t'n cliv 01 lie : i bis, u-o.-esen to sell. i.r csb, 10 tbe n'guen. oldifer. Ibe following described Lnveriy. t wii : a ler a;n loi of Innd aduated In tbe conn.y or Sbe.'ly ai.d i-ta e of lei.nes-eep, and in tbe city r Mempb 9, being a part ot lo . 1)46 and Sid. on tbe plan tf .old my, and bounded as follens: Begluuli n st a point on the e ist sine of Second t-treet, 24 feet Inche. south of the alley between Jetlersoii and C urt streets at tbe m ddleot the paitltlon wall hetwevn two tene 1 nl of the Irnng bloc-; runnlnK thence 4 'eet tt inches south 10 the middle f ibe ether p rill ion wall In said Irving bio k; thecce ea-t 14SW feet to an alley; tbence north 24 teet tf Inches to ihe middle of ti e first descr bei p tltiori wait; tbence weal 14Vs feet 10 the point of beginning; It tielng tbe middle tene ment 01 ihe IrvtnK bli vx. This hale Is made for the p urpose or payment ot Ihe ludebtedness securv a br eeld lrjt deed Kquiry ef redempt.on eai retv-ly walveei. Title believe to be perfect, bui I si,u.U tell ana convey u tiiutee oniy. E L. BKL'HiB, Tmst. " Br order of J. A. Anderson, Auui Liln.ratur of Cba'les Winter, b-1 eBciari'. Tru&tee's Male. BY virtue of a Deed or Trust, made In me as iru tee by Mar, C A-hford on the 4th cay if April. Ih77. nnd rec iroe-a in u.e hes stei'a i-filee of t-beiby c ui.ty Tei n-crv-e. lu B ok No 117. page 24 1. 10 3 ten re II. lib) tu the peymeut of Certain ln oeblednetut Ihrreln turned 1 v-lii, uu . Tttfaddy. Kvbrnary 4. 1S7, sell to tbeblihest bidder, f ir cash. In fn r.t of the poxtofhee lu tae tinvn f UoPleiVille, trbelb) c u. ly, Xenriessee, lue tollonl it d crlbsr.1 real esiete. to-wli: One loi r parcel f land ly ngar.d bring in tre Piwuor Colilerviiie bbe'i.y cuui.ty. lenies-e: Be gluuing at a staka n the south lli.eof tbee'etot kut. In tne cenier of Outral avmue; tueuce witb said avei ue one decree ea-l chains and H , l-j links to a fluke; thence north Ml degr-es east 4 chains anA 2 Inks U) a stake iu . C. v Hson's wet boun dary 'line; theme north one degree we-t 3 cna-ns ana 1J71-2 links to a stake: thence south 8U d rees went 4 i-hall) s H links to tbe betr.riirm contair.LiC one etaos 1 R and -.".i s.es- being the lot cove-ed to said San C. A-htord by J. H. Mangum, by deed kovenitW 15, 1h7.". Kiiully of r-demptlcn waived The title Is believe to be KO.d. b 1 1 will sell ana couveyouiy as trustee. Ibis January 10. lb7H. WM. J. DUVAL. Trustee. Irnslee'g fSale. IN pursuance rat the firms of a trust deed exe-ei-teai to me bv Walker R. Certer. oa tie j ja day of E:elember, lo77, and daiy rBe-jte.ed, eto., I Mil. ou Jcnaary i'J, 1S71. at trm so'itrisrest oornrof MalD: ri Sla-Vson streeca. In the city of MaiuphU. p ooeed toetll al p-.bil.- aua tli n, 1 1 ibe htguett bidder fur cash. Ibe hartb t "IU R. l.ae." how ijtnc at lb. wharf et th. c tyor Memphis, Tenneesee. toatthrr with all and slncular the a.rs, cables, chains, staires and other a pnrte nances 10 said wbarrboat. bale between the boms ot 12 m. and 1 p.m. B. 1. CAMP, Trosts.