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THE MEMPHIS JDA.IJL.Y APPKAL--8ATURDA Y, FEBRUARY 1. LS7-9.
H lIKiHIAl i niE-TAULE' l.ouiv I tits and Ninthvllle mouI br 1 u. aud tirrat I.K4VL iMKl. t. F M i y , ic?pl i-at.) i iO ;". ill.ir.s ."- . Modatlon. -.1.1 im !5 p.ni 5.-O0 p.m. 8:16 a.m. it.y. E-ipiej. n.ru only to Jk'kenzle, con- .4t-miiti an-t t b i-lewton. AHKIYI. ;C"y time) M th A i.ilj.'i; I.IUO, 5; 40 a ru. 10 o.tn I 1:18 p.m. K10 .m mmi! rriiiriiiiff, l.K.tVK. AttMTsT N v i.-i b ..-I -te t .1 ,ir M:00 p.m. li-IS.". p.m. . .: 10 p.in.j P 20 a.m. . M"i.ml K ( p m. I.llllr Kork. 1 IV KKIV. l r n l. ft M..1 Train, C.itiy. .2 .' I'.IL. ii a.ni 5 20 p.m. f:4f p.m. ..emptim. I aV I.", p.m :. II m t :to am. 5 : fi.tn. i' i : t a h. (. r w n !) t'u-.l yet.terti.iy fcr ..rili, an 1 tv' banks reported in tin 1 -t.il ii at ki t, notwith 1. 1-,: i u 'i 'li ft tti ci'y K'.vrrn- !' 8 1 1 ,: s tue IU H'-1 Ui-Ularjtl pun to s"tt!o ! j b i a prjb e1 i-ijjws bo i: is to foivei!. J I.'' W- .ll 1 l-m . ! a i J :V. ii 1. 1 . I..:. K -v . us.. 1'Ul 1." j A: II' ii. in i.o Hi- uu( i l.tehaiig t ' : i a N '' l . inl iijitnd i . i j .i.'-.i . :!.- I'' mi N-w 11 -u ' md J j ', k...:i-.,' ..I , mi N'-w liileans . ii a- :!.'. -j.:n.t: yt pir Monty e;n lu r :,(.. in.: I nu r t bank CU -t"iu r-. ,' V r .,!.. ' I:l tKir ht 3. K-I lltlf Ut New ih-uc Ti-trjcs-te notes have Iwc ' ..r ." i i M in, U'" btfH quntf (' y U'l.il; 2" Ouynij. l'.unt r:a i - I v .v at 7. itt SiJ. .MiHsis c i "' fJ I. o-t i,i 1 iiii.--n- Urt iu.)r't;.'jj. tHjtd.s fat 1 t ! . r,ii:M in Hit' N'-w Yoik 2'imrSR'at' 111. tiia'. 1 l - i'. i! .-L..a N ftf-iaia uaviiiKD bank is . -.! i n- w mi ut i.i:-.;u', dt p 8itor) witb i.rif n' ! voxitiu,,' llie Firt iii v k t ti iiuVlllf, U'1K, I1H clOHftl t i . i a t t.ie U .piw-ttirs, noMra of the .1 -1 -. i W.t i b.wi .' ii.;pi r aie tun son ihj. lue Aianuc 1m.' j. I' ', cl 8 'lv i:t; i; in tlted ot lj iu'.e;e-f a-.'i taxa'iju. Ii Y 1 i-.l.t.iiliM'II.l V J iry ::!.!:. Lt.-H. ll.lt. 97i,'o. N K vV I 'Ii f.i) J inu.iry .'31. Ni w Y r' ' '' '' 'Hit. ite.lui t-xchana' t l,nSl))S, .1 iiiuary '.'A. Chiso'b monej. ', lh. )!i"'n niiiil. :iJ: 1 DtiTlVHPitt C T. -. y ' : In', I K a ".nw. I "; Krif. 'H of l-',7 lftt'a; 10 , 1:7; 4 !'. 'a. ll.o rate t.i !- 'Mill' in tr. (. :i m.i.k.i t'r tii r-e months : b.-lL.fr tut: iJ.mU ot Ki.laucl nil-, ; j 1' r o nt. Nt -.W YM!. .! Bt 'J' . . I .. 1 i .t i::!iny Money activf rl;iny ft 1 per ceut. Vi.n.t u: i' u.!ii p.iT, :"t- per cn S-iiiiL,' ix ii.iii.re 0,irik-i 1 : ; (t (jiiil. 4-"; .!.: t '. icliai;-..; ia N-w York, 4". J), :''. I!llj'.t1 T t W fk, JjI.T-SS.Ojy. 1-;'-l'J rt' -i c 1 1 ; i 1 !'rji; new 6,, , I M r-.l. l'Jii'a: u-w 4-, l'JO; 10-4O-, ID 40s. Coupon, l'J; , l-'l'i 'l'e boiiiln dull; --? 'i, el l, .'0'i; Tunrn's-ieo f), new. 'J,; V.r-.nM rj', ilil, li-j; Yiririnia tj., I.'W. 'j'l; Mioaii !. luoH lliiri. 1 i-;i. were cener;i!!y Ptrjoy; K i i l-I.ir.'i fp. iHii at li-0, aud advanced t 11!. 'I'tio n!o.k ti.ttik t was irregular in .. iy iU .uii.ics, but t .ward the clooeaa aui.' 1 a . ti 1., ; t ii...'. tind tli tiu-.il doal!H-; v.Tti at ! t!l' O.y Q.. cii' , m'I i n'i , p-r cut., 1- l In . I.!;'li-t li-iir'.M cf tne d.iv. At r; pi-i s a ivancl Pr I i'. r i.r ljU'ktMinn.t, out nib t v..:j a re..c'i in of i'2 I, ij!:aw.i!ii: und Western L liijn avai.l UioVeiui;ut. Towad til th th ci t ';;.! kji i yn'ml improvetuvot, i - i ! : r.:-ic i! tr..i;i 1 t og per cant., !.!: . i i- 'I c i t.' ;, tr.i . Union Pu mi iV 1 . . '-nMy of' tbo jronurai Ci'i ; 'i P it it tj-ijj iiml r.'covcriLK to I '..-id Invtstment etiarea w-'. i :ii; ; ii i (ii- uoward movement, wh- i uiv t c 1 it t j tin ti.t. m-rnt that a con au!f.ti m w.': i,t I i :u4 nitit by the principal op -ra'OM ; ii l i.:? "full" tide and au aree m -at .:r; :v -..l Ht to unintain Ceitain ot tbe b ''t r ci.; -c ot tt-icki tliOae which have H sui' 1 -iu fi'i ot regular dividends. Or-d.-r-i I. nu H i? ..M-.;.,iJ.j were limited, and the tot ! .- iV- '. iy a m:.l.il d'yrease. Trans-h-"'-i u4.i:p:- ifed 2CS 0t0 s'l.tre, of which 4)U0)"r'! K i-. uJ.ijijij -Luk Shore, 'iuO Wwi ii, L'0,ijI N'-i-' ii -.vehtero comui in, C')0 r.r-'t-r: ::.' ihk. St. I'aul common, 12,-0-n i-rrt'il, 4'.' :) L .ckaw.tuim, 'JJOO New .) -r i y t ' "ro.l, i "J') i ichian Ontral, 4000 (.' i.'.u I', dir. '-''iU Ujich, 11 000 Wi-btc-ra tj ii. in. L' nJ C i-. iii.i S mt'nera, 2X)0 Missouri, Ivi-.i- i' 1 1 x i", 4'KO Sr. L uiH, Kanaas : ;hmI N. i-I-i n arid I0,0X) liock Island. T i- ii 'i,,i'n.j wt as foilwi-: V--lcu Union. 101 'j; Qaicksilver, lll?i; I l-.x. -! .1- .V 1 li. I'ajitlC la:i, it; " I in ' i ; M .i. it'.'s.t :):"'e! r d.l 5a' ; Adams ex ;.r. l '-'j; Weiia iV F.irvw t-xprf?!, A 'i. r.t.iu x Pi -"f, 4" i ; UnitPfl ,;.'!. 4'l'j; Xl'T Yjih ('-titm!. 1 ',.; K- .e, M' tL n- ! ''. rred,4 J; llai ' m, 117. ih ii (.,;u t -'i!!;;'. 1'annnia. ; IJ.ti.wi I' ! 'i; li'i'.t- Miore, 7'2;'b'; llli n - I' r.trii, O" v. -land and I'ltisburu, !.' I1 .'; X '',!. v.. .; in, tit'1 North western pre- e:r .1, .".; CI 'V pn ! 1 -1 f i i:i .;i.i'i: 1 ' : U '1 U 1-.I.LI .ir.il U 'liiiubii.s, Cincinnati J, 4"'1;; New Je-hfy Ontr.il, ii'. l'Ji ; St Taiil. ''i; St. M. i ; Wa h. 2'JV. Fort ii .1 j.r. f- rr- I. W.i.ii-, 1"(',: J e liaute. II "4; T' rr,.- Haute pr-t Tr- I. VI, ii;ci.oui-..' .t-:Chlca-10 . 11 I -X't 11 i'i'-'-ir 1, 107; Ohio am' iliw ?i;! . ''j. I law ire, ! li.iwaiina and Wen-t-.'i.,M ... ; A'1 mf. i-.; ,,i i!i,' d a ph c m pmv, ; M-Knuri lai-He. l'.j: Chiiatri', ii ir 1: ii :'' 1 i 1 "'. llC'j'; ll..nPib:il atiit S . J .-.-.'. 1 !' ' ll. 'i .l'." ..nl St. J n-i'li pr-.e U 'i o I" I . 10". . 1 i l I'li'irie U rnI", T;: 8. 7'i ; I'liliin TaC'Sc land 1011 I'.ic he a;ukii.T t'uuds. I 'a ifi , 111'.: U. CO i ION. je-terday was as bad as it 1. 1' 1 il. 1 r. 8 -11 a Hud mu.i in In'"1 e.i Old. I b i.i-r 1 K s. A tula v;s anaint a. tiv,ty, but 11 fpM-.y w.ii vol d and a iiay"s betler still ' b i-i;n w.i- il .iit In. 111 Hie weairier proaiisea '1' 1" t I'.t.uh w-ir 'Vutir 111 x d. New Y rii :ri' luin'h us l'J points b-lowr th rt vi 1 n d.i,'i- ': ''..ii in: 1. r tuturic, but L ver j 1. 1 :i. I a in r- cherry ii-ject. it qaottd npjt higher b - ii 'iv. n s qiiot- d walt. l uiiua Kirbtmz- luittlonn. TeMeraay. D"j CKfre. Or J'.". irr. u; !.'irul cotton.. Ii.) I-1 11 ll It Ti I, .1. ..1 iiiii jll'MIm; 1 ml. I M K jllu.l.l., l i.l . Ms if Mx II Ma 1? II - it ... . ft VI4 (7 t"4 tlu's CiiO Mali's, InO Udes, includ i g I) t-piijuerti, aud KOto -...13. '1 telf 1-'JI"!' 'J MpjCUiat Hi. t.: f W i 'i COTIOM ElCBtKOC. I Mcui Bij. January 31 17M. t m'er 1. 1S7X... P." 4 r.i,3os K..Tie. :u-: i h.-.Hvt-j pii-wouMj .4tlO ti il: i- -1 t )-! iv 6a:tv-;' 1-rril.iUilj 1 i.tv.i 2oijna iJuIs4I;h.47 73.016 1(1.5 12 11.4' 13 2."iO.:iu'.i ttot'ic, ninr.iii, mvoi;nt Tin; far I :.l.i w-i To..-, r.r i .11 .r- iiir.'? tie;.'.ellitr 1st M-in!'t:N unit Ch.irli.Vr ri ralito.-id V.- i 1 . i ami 'I'e .iiew iiiiiioatl i. i, -:, . Na-!iid vai (.real cuuthern K.H. J-a.l..'- iu aim M.'r"-.i'.- r.,l.i.i;id Vei.ii al.aail l.l;! - H---H T,:i::T :ii , - ' v .f,s u.y.l (-tli-r so jrces f.71 lilt 421 fiS J 5 l 613 .V.jt;.: i.'ii) KXPop.ra. . Jl.rt44 . 17.313 .17H.J47 T:i l ii t V'-:;.:l.'- .n !('.'-. ;!.''.. :i r:i I rrafl 17o ;.i'. -t. ;' iii. l i w;n.- Itilr.iil MT'J tots. -v.:.-. .Sj -'.iiie ii:il tireai toulhern lt.ll. :2 i.n -'ii.ti 2 ri, i v . l '.:;l: 4i7 Hi : t: i- lt.. 1.11ii3 I nv TJ.iJ.oiijru.j T !,' ., .-..n-..' ar- th l.i!o-t te!tzram of t... .; i ii.rl;etp, ui repotted jestt-rduy t f!' ' ! x l:-n j , . '. .i. ii-irk t. .'pf . 1 MiddU'i'j. tVv-.!-.-i .-Irnnif , 3 . ! vi'l. :r.s . .. .-:-.l.:. 12'.'J P4 M ' Hi" -t 1.711 U - a iv L i i.ih iv-a-iy. ;t, ;o;: nt r ur,..-; .'i r"iti. 1 1 .:. (ttvap&H V'linii 14.. I! : I ir 'ii. I -i 1-- N -ti l:. V r ii. 2. Vti4 Hal'.l..: Hr'n. 2T."i Vn V ,;:i . in H. 3.:..J !'l3 w..-t ii 1 r n. 1 .W-H I si:. 1'll'i.l. .1 . .. I'll III. , HKI Pt L- ill I A-1' '':' ' '."I'-'. ! 540 Kk Iv 1 vmu an: III- .'i l ji It spot qil'-i-,r v ler-i.iy: i .' inarv, 7'Hc; . .1 ci- ! ,rr, - 0-1 O'-.r; V -,r, "i'U:- ; IjW ..i'd.limj,', 1"b'-; "J middling, t'. At 10::$5, dallj 2:15, l:i:'l. I ):.' ; 1 ill,:; 'f ir 'Tm: il J.. I. a it, I sirs. j i-i liie lat-t Neur York tele- s t'.i :, it r Jvti': . . F-on: ..j. . . J!u-.:l a:m1I i.af Joii'.' Ju.r AUUU-it t'ei'teaiber.. Ociotier -.4.7 p.r.i Jt .'7 tW4 '.I 1' 4,1 !' tr ri l.7i"..? t l'. '. . I '.'7.? !' V IU I'i't 13 1 1 lOMQ--tHt.-J.-i lOMUil 10 l lu04iU0 07 luG-.rlu.0U lO.-da 1(1 21 10 hO-? 1 0 3 1 iaai'?iO'4i ft 1? The toue ot tue luwre owket waj u fol lows: At 10:1 eav; 10:53. w-ak; ll:i. qu-et andbtcadv: 12:1.50, qa'et and steady; l-.'A), quiet; '&:'), riiet and steady; 3:15, steady. Sales. 49,000 bale. The New Orleans market cloned steady at 91c for niiddhni. Sales, -M bales; re ceipts, net, 12,892 uaies: stock, bales. Tte Lirerpooi telegrams yesterday rt pirted the market tirmer and fractionally hiwb"r; nnddlint.' uplands, .1-Sl I; Url-an'. ) 0 Hid. Sales, 10,000 bales, ot which were Ameri can. Receipt. .r000 baie, 1(J ot which were American. LiTerpool arrivals iiened with (utarea 1 :2l letter. January. 5 Sri ; January Febru ary. Frbruary-Maich, .V'.d; Mitrch Auril, .y l;l .J2J; .May Juoe, o!i'l. At 2 o'clock quiet. Jun-.!u'y. 5 M 1CJ; July AuKUHt, l' .'!2I. At '. o'elxk tUe rnitrk'-t closeil weak. F-biuavv March, : ll-!2j; March -April, ."i'.: May-Jane, 1 o o2i; June-July, 11--J2J. Hie movenientH at the pott were reported as follows: M Work. iTUt H: H. Lut li'ar. tiad.-nlne KrWaj . Kip lK loii. Mnui tj. . Kip UtoContlnent,' . tKock I. l.V 4-it . h4 Mr.l ....I 74.le.-3 1 M12.S.h! l.Vi.44) fMI.(i4 4V!.2l'St :i The foliowiiitf is the New York five weekly cotton ut iteinent : Net rro-lpu m all l.'nlUM btale portfi aine wt-k Itt piar Ii.-Uil recrtptsac all L'. A. port.1 to dal. . .iauie date laal yt-Jtr fcxiKirot from all I . d. port-s lor Uie week -anio week laul yr Total fxporlii tioru L'. tj. orU to ilate .. Same date last year -toek at nil I . S. Kirts roiiipar.t' ITl.MOiJ liVJ.i 3.2."i7.iM U.OXj.OiW 13l. IMI 102.1HHJ l.Si.IMK l.t(7a.lHN K31.MSI .Mil. INK) 333.IMJ't 14'i lltl'l 37.-.llK 54l.lnn bi ..("HI Slil.KKj riauie time 1-wt yei.r loiUalall InUrioi tow.is aine lime Inst year btoi-K nt I.Ivhi kx1 -siuie lime las: yrnr SioiJt ot Auit-ricaii atloat tor Ut. Britain. . sama time lail year GENERAL TRADE. The weafhpr yesterday was in:serable; the teimboat Bium arrived with noine feed and prod C but the weather prevented it g: t nitf i.n the matket, and bumness was quiet. I he hotf product was in K- .od d-niand, and ur quotations tielow s3ow home changes. Toe St. Louis Hrmbtican, of Thursday, bus he following: ' Flour wua uuchaned; corn was arriving treeiy, tending to a dully in- ciease, with an iu.-unniL.ant shipping iuov-'- uit ut, the stock is ttii r-tore loi-r-as ji:; JSj. I unx ?d, cash, quoted 30'4'(go0'; ; ('aid w-rein Jaly mxlt-ra e demand; cormu-al Cioj at I 85 tor city ground, ty-livered ; a light southern demand had lowered the price ot bran; als t uiill, 4-s ; in bulk. 47c; on track, 41c; little doing in potaicns trom first hands; a good temand for seed early rose at $ 1 751 SO; choice sacked, oJ(3 7(Jc a bushi-l; eriy rose. $1 7'nal 80." IbeNew Orleans Tunis, 1 1 vVeduesiiay, report-d rorooieal, $1 0j(tf2; errn. 4-iz; eggs, 2720j; rnset potatoes, f2 20 a tiarr-1; puerit-ss, $2di2 2 ; early io-e, $2 25(a2 50; p:achblows, 2 30. FtKD. Inere was a boat arrival of corn, but it wits not put on the market; last sales at 40ts41e; in store, 45(347.; Oats sal.-s of 50 sacks St. Lsuis oats at '62 i ; in ttore. "tdtjj; white seed, iJ.v;(i4:'; oleck seed, 40M 4"c; rui-t proof, 55c a nushel. Bran noih lag doing; last tale at $11; in store, 75fci8jc; corn bran, sale ot 50 and 55 sacks at $10 a ton. JJaif t li'.-ung, but no traductions re po't"ii; in store, 7u(S85j p--r cwt. Meal and Flour Cornmeal was in moderate tieinaud, w:tu no udJili. u ot 500 barrels to I lie btock; tffu.iug ut $1 90. at which fi.'iire we quote it nominal. Flour, ; .rsJCi5 50; fancy, up to 46 25. Yeoktaijles. I'otutoes wit-: lower instore for eating qualities; p-ach!los quoting at 2 25(a2 ob; choice, f2 40; some uray load lots soul at f 2 202 25; sale fit 100 barreis of St. Ljuib peaciiblows at $2 10. Sueat no tntot are lo' king up in consequence ot rot. Onion tops. locaWOc a bushel. Onions in store, $1 oOfif 2. Cubbnge, S10 per 100 head, according to size; crates, $ 4 50; New Orleans, $5. Turnips, $ 1 a barrel. Fitrs nipx, f'2 a barrel. Carrots, $2 a barrel. Horseradish, $5 25 a barrel. Fhuits. Apples in store, $2 252 75, the latter for "lancy;" sale of 1U0 barrels of Kjcue beauties at $2 a barrel; and a small 1 t ot thoice ditto, at 2 25. Oranges, $4 505 a barrel; fresh stock, if 6 a barrel. Lemon , t4(A?4 5d. A'uts almonds, Taragona, brczilian, 9c; pecans, Texas, new, lo(iil4u; lill.'i-its, 14c; peanut", 4j per pound; cocoa, 5(3 5 50 per hundred. Dritd fruit apples, '6c; peaches, new, ?c. Cratiberries, 7 a barrel. Bananas, tt'ilj a buucii. Fogs, 1'oulthy. Ktc. Eggs very scarce at 30c a doz;n. Butter km quiet, and ftra'y: common, 9(lle; medium, 13 w 16c; choice western, 17ia"18j. Ch-cktns, f 2 2o(T'3 25, trom young tJ hens. Turkeys Ures."d, 12c a pound. Oeise, $5(0. Ducks, 2 7 Jij:i 25. Babbits, fl a dc.en. Quails, 70J a dozen. Squirrels. $1 a dozen. lioo Pkoduct asd Msat. Bacon cleur sides, packed, b(i'); clear r.b, packed, itc; shoulders, 4JS.:; clear pork sides, loone, 48( 5c; clear rib pork Kidts, lof.se, 4;'4(i478C, long clear perk sides, loose, 4;'j .; Biiouldurs. loose, '6'c; sugar-cured hams, picked, Svrs!2c; ureakfdnt bacon, picked, 6i(7f; uie.-s foik, ?9 75(gl0. Lard tierces, lilc; pails, Beef tore-quarters, 2'ji.ic; hiud-quaiiets, 4(a5j. Sheep, 5c it pound. Hogs, 4(4j j a pound; coun'ry-dressed, oJaC. I'i'l's J'ert kegs, I 25tu 1 50; half b.-.rrels, ti (tOdi'-i 75. Miscellaneous Cider ht barrels, f-JiS 5 25; tarrln. $7 50(38 50. Beans medium navy, f 1 75f2 a busii.-l, accoramg to quality. Lime, iH). u'lfl. rickles, f J 75 per hail birrel; 7ej7 50 a barrel. Mince nn:al, 8'otiilOc per pound. Bologna siusnge, 6is7c per pound. Hominy in store, per tur ret, ti(i3 25. Kraut, $7 50 p;r baTel; half barrel. !. Hidex, dry fiint, 11'gC; ory salt, 10(3 12j; green. 5t(t.6c; green salt, 7c. Tallow, 5 a Hi. Beeswax, 22-j. Corton-seed taken by the nulls at f 7 per too. I BY TELEGRA I'll. J LOUISVILLE, January 31. Flour dull. Wiieat in lair demand and market firm: red, 9 . ; amber and white, to.'. Lorn quiet; white, 34.-; mix. (1, 'S'w.. Oats steady; white, I 20;; mixed, 243-jC. Hye quiet, 50c. lljy I steady , "vith a lair deniiind, i'J.Itl 50. P.hk ! steauy and Urm, f'J 75y 10. Lard quiet bat tt'ad ; clioice leal, lierce, 7c; choice lea!, keg. 8.i. Hulk itscitU steady, 3. 4'4g, 431 n 4;uc. liac.iu scarce, Caied hams, Tg'CsfOj. 4, ob, augar WlJiky easier, 1 02. NFW YORK. J.-.cuary 31. Flour nomitia ; sjpeihne western anii State. ! 25(irr3 50 Wheat dull; ungraded red, 1 OiWt 0. Rye nom nal, 5rj(tOgC. Barley dull. Malt uuunual. Coru quiet; ungraded, 47( 4-J4C Oats nominal. Hay nominal; snip ping, 4d(rt45. Sugar st-ady; fair to pood rthning, b'.(J640. Molai-ses dull. Kice q net but sieauy. IVrk depressed; mess, 8 t0(4i8 62j i; old, 10 25(al0 50 Lard dull; ptime bieam, btJOwG iOc. Whisxy, 1 07. CINCINNATI, January 31. Flour dull. Wucai .-te-t'ly with a good demand; red ai:d white, 90ta0t)o. Corn firm witli a g od de mand, 32(g32c cash, i53j seller February. Oats steady and firm, 21ti?2Gc. Rye dull. ;I(tr52c. it-tilcy dun and nominal, i'ork firm, ti 75(a 10 cash, $10 buyer March. Lud quiet but him; steam, 6.40J. Bulk meats q'i'Mf tint fi:m; shoulders, 3iC; snort ribs, 4.50(ss4 55o cash, 4 75c buyei March; short c -ar. 4.75c. baoon quiet but firm, 4(5i4, 5?.l!5'.385. Whisky steady with a good Ueul-tiU, ! 02. CIllCAijiO, January 31. Flour dull. Wheat No. 2 Chicago spring. So.'j'j cash. Corn quiet and weak, 30,7uC cash. Uata fair ly active and a shade higher, 20c cash. Rye steady. iB.riey easier, 84(iis5c. I'ork opened strong and higher, butcFsed at inside prices, ?'J30a9 35 cash, 9 32Gi9 35 February, f'J 45(ii'j 47) Marcu, ' by(i9 &24 April. Lard opened strong and higuer, but clostd at inside prices; 6(i6.32;c cash and Feb ruary, 6.42)c Maicli. 6 55ii 6.570 Apiil. Bulk lui-uts lairly active and a sdaa higher; 3 55d 4.50, 4.75c. Vv hisky steady, $ 1 04. ST. LOUIS, January 31. Flour q n t. Wheat cash higner and options lower; No. Corn uuset- tieJ; vo. J nuxej, oXl'4(a,iiic tasa. OaU active, choice 1 C4. il osed Lard meats weak; No. 2, 2u'C21',4C cash. Rye 42a(!'42 ''4C. barley uull; prime to spnug, bJt75j. Wnisky steady, Fork opened strong ard higher, and at io-itie price, f 9 50'y'J 05, in l.its. nominal and lower, 0 40c. Buik strong at the opening, but closed weak and l.iwer to sell; car-lots, 15 to 20 days, clear ribs, 4. 40tji 4.55c, free on board; clear, 4Li 4. tine; rouud lots fully cured clear, at depot, 4.65.-. Bacon firm; clear rits, 5 15c; clear, 5 25(a5.3-c. Seet pickled hams, 15 pound avctage, Cc NF W ORLFANS.Jinuary 31. Flour qu-'et but firm; supeifine, 3 25; double extra, $3 75 0 4 ; treble extra, 44 75; higher grades, i 75fr5 25. Corn steady with a fair de mand: white, 47iit4tc; yellow, 50c. Oats quiet but steady, 'Sic. Coronual dull; quoted at $1 901 95. llay dull; prime. $1315. I'ork 6rmer; old held at f 9 25. Lard scarce and firm; tierce, 6'4'Cc; keg, t-;(s7c. Bulk taeats demaiul g. oU and tending up ward; shoulders, loo;-e, 3;sac; packed held at 4-:; clear rib, 4?n'c; clear sides, 4r;. Bacon shoulders, 2 '4 (a 3c; new clear rib tie d at S.-c; clear, 6c. Sugar-cured hams, 7Se as in size. Whisky steady; Louisiana rcnfied, 90 proof, fl; western rectified. $1 05(1 lit. CollVe steady with a fair demand; Rio, car goes, ordinary to prune, 11 at 16 'c. Su.ar in good demand; common to gooo common, 4 l4i'i5e; fair to full v lair, 5185j1s'o: pnnie tochoice, 5(ft6c; 5s;jw clari&ed, iiTnr:. MOljseg aitive aD.ryin; common, iJk'JzIc; tair, 2.i23c; centrii-al, l8ii26c; prime to choice, 25(iii0c. luce iu g.icd demand at full prices; Louisiana, ordinary to choice, WW fa Aflminifitrator't Notice. HAV.Mi been appointed and iiuallUei adinl.i Isiratoron tue estate ot Thomas M. Car ei. cecraaed, nolle la hereby irlven to all creditors ot aid estate to present their claims to me, and all ,-pon lndep.ed to said eirtate are requested to call audsetUe. WILLIAM H. CABTEB, fo. 14 Union a beet. RIVER NEWS. Klver nma Heather. The table and dispatches below give -itti-cial information concerning the weather and rivers : orrirr pihnai. mkktics. r. 8. A., i Mkmphis. Januan 31. 1H7M. f STiTIOItS. Feet. Inches Inches inches Cairo 31 1 Cincinnati j 3.7 p DMveniort Froz'n , Dubuijue. Kroz'n Helena. ArU. i i Keokuk iKroz'n, Leavenworth t'roz'n Lltilo hock Louisrtlle 12 4 eu.biK je X Nashville 12 11 New Orleans 5 3 PlUsbuiy 13 a r5Lreeport. 1.", 8 6 1. Louis. lu H Vhksiiurg. M7 0 ) 15 5M 7 38' t! Below biKh water mark of ls74 LOCAL OBSERVATIONS YKSTERDAY. Time. 7.00 a.m. 2 KH p.m. PrM) p.m. Rain i hall. ' Weather. Cloudy. Cloudy. ii.'loiidy. Msxlnium thetraoin',ter 4H aei?. .Minimum thermometer 4Jdeg. Ualnlail 1.14 Inches. UK t. II. uOHK. ;er.'eant SlanaJ Corps. L'. a. A. fly Telrtravli, Nashville, January 31. River stationary, with 10 feet on the shoals. New Orleans, January 31. Weather clear; thermometer, 72 d:-r. Siikkvkpout, January 31. The river has risen 10 inches. Weather cloudy aud cool. riTTsisritG, January 31. River 13 feet 10 inches, and tailing. Weather clear and mild. Evansville, Jannary 31. Rver rising, 3 3 10 feet, by the gauge. Weather cooler; mercury, 40 deg ; north wind. Wheeling (W.Va.), January 31. River 26 feet, and fulling. Weather clear and cool ; thermometer, 40 deg. The river is clear ol ice. Cincinnati, January 31. River 36 feet, and rising Weather cool and cloudy. The Paris C. Brown did not get away tor New Orlear:-; until noon to-day. YiCKSBCHti, January 31. The river has rien 6 inches in tbo paat twenty-four hours. Weather light rain; thermometer, 62 deg. Up: O'.iachita Belle, noon; Thome Sher lock, 2 p.m. Down: Lucy Gastrell, 12 last night. St Locts, January 31. The river is rising s'owly; nut much ice ronning. The Fannie L-wis left tor Memphis to-day and the Kinney will leave for ew Orleans to-morrow. With the exception of a bad channel at Horse Tail, there is a fair stage of water to Cairo. Weather cloudy and raw. Cairo, January 31 Noon. The officers of tbe trausf-r steamer report an unusual ab sence ot the continued fljw of ice with the ni-esnt break-up tn the Mississiooi river. Toe arrival of the steamer Tatum Wednesday night, was the first evidence of an open rivtr to Cape turardeau. Arrived: John udmore. New Orleans, 1' p.m.; H -nry Logan, Evans ville, 6 a.m. Departed: Dick Fulton, Ohio. 11pm.; Brlle. St. L iuis, St. Louis, 9 a.m. Weather cloudy and mild. . . .Night River 31 feet 7 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy; thermometer, 44 deg. Departed: Henry Logan, .New Orleans, 2 p.m ; City ot lii-lena, St. Liuis, 3 p.m.; Bade of Shreve port, New Orleans, 7 p.m. Movements ar tbe Levee. AHHIVALS. Red Wine, Viekbnrg; Illinois. Arkansas City; Josie Harry, VV hite river; Andy bauro, Cincinnati; Oolden Rule, Cincinnati; Com monwealth, iSew Orleans; bd Richardson, Louisville; Robin and bargee, Ohio river. DEPASTURES. Golden Rule, New Orleans; Coahoma, Fr ars Point; Rd Wing, Vricksburg; Common wealth, St. Louis. IN POET. Ed Richardson, Josie Harrv. George W. Check, Silv.r:horD, lllineis, Andy bauui. BOATS DUE. Doirn Belle of Shreveport, Up Katie Hooper. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Fur a its Point George W. Cheek. Stack Loe mai.tei', 5 p.m. Osceola Osceola Belle, ,T. G. Andrews master, o p.m. Cincinnati Andy Bauui. H. J. Vinton master, 5 pm. White Riveh Josie Harry, Milt R. Har ry master, 5 p.m. Arkansas RiVEUKatie Hooper, Ed Nowl.tnd master, 5 pm. New Orleans Ed Richardson, John W. Canton master, 10 a.m. Kecelots Yesterday. R jbin nnd barges 5000 brla Bait. Ed R.chardaon 275 bales hay, 300 sacks oats, 16 JO 6ack3 corn, lot sundries. Red Wmg 436 bales cotton, 107 sacks cotton-seed, 13 sacks corn, 68 ptrgs sundnts. Illinois 101 bales cotton, 22 bags seed cotton, 473 sacks cotton-seed, 6 pkgs sun- dllFB. Josie Harry brought out of White rivr 286 bales cotton, 3b0 sacks cotton-seed, 11 pkgs sundries. Ccui'iion wealth 57 hhdn sugar, 126 brls molasses, 200 brls cement, 16 casks pitch, 1C0 brls flour, 4 bead cattle. Andy baum 655 bales hay, 13 bales cot ton, 700 brls flour, 536 brls meal, 200 sacks meal, 145 sacks corn, 145 sacks bran, 156 brla po'atGes, 50 hhds bacon, 40 tiercts bacon, 55 brls whisky, 100 buckets lard, 400 boxes bottles and glassware, 175 boxes can dles. 100 boxes starch, 30 brls cider, 16 brls lard oil, 19 horses, 13 mules, 29 cattle, 14 boy3. 56 dcz?n cba'ns, 120 pkgs iurniture, 2112 pkgs sundries, 25 buggies. Levee faracraplis. Business, grod Tne Future City and barges passed up last night tor St. Louts. Tue river opposite this "deestrict" since la?t repirt fell five inches. " It never rains but it pours," was fully ex emplified a portion of yesterday. Colonel Rob Speed returned to the city yesterday, after aa extended "tour around the world." The Fteauier Illinois was detained, owing to having to make some necessary repaira to her machinety. The r.'teipta by river yesterday aggregated 823 bales cotton, 22 bags seed-cotton, and 880 sacks cotton-seed. Tbe Alice Brown arrived yesterday morn ing with a tow of coal. She dropped two barges here ana tikes tbeotbers down south. The Ooiimo wealth passed up last even ing tor St. Lou.s. She added here 392 bales compressed cotton, and five tons ot way lreght. The Osceola Belle, Captain J. G. Andrews, is tbe packet this evening at five o'clock tor O-xeoia and all way landings. B.O. Michel is her cleik. The George W. Cheek, Captain Stack Lee, is the packet this evening at five o'clock for Helena and Friars Point. William Houston has charge of her office. Too Robin and barges, Captain John Merntt, arrived trom the Ohio river yester day, with 5000 barrels of salt consigned to Speed t Co. and Mcacbam & Co. For an interesting account of the view our Wharfinger Kallaher takes of the situation, together with his statement of collections and disbursements, see our local page. John Gwathmey, clerk of the steamer Illinois, has recovered from his attack of Bikuess, and was seen conversing with the boys regarding the "filth civil district," you kr.ow. We were premature in stating that Kalla hf r, the wharfmaster, had been displaced. Ila has not resigned, nor has the governor and commissioners appointed any one to the position. 'I he Katie Hooper, Captain Ed Nowland, will be found in port this morning, and leaves again this evening at five o'clock tor all points on Arkansas river. Jimmy Thomp son is her clerk. lhe Andy Baum, Captain H. J. Vinton, is the regular packet this evening at five o'clock tor all points on the Ohio river as far as Cin cinnati. She gives the cheapest rates to all points north. M. M. Deem is her clerk. The following gertiemen and ladies are passengers on the Ei Richardson: Ed J. Howard and family; Mrs. James Howard, Jetiersonville; Captain Cannon and family; Ciptain Wooltolk and daughter, Louisville. The Josie Harry, Captain Milt R. Harry on deck, is the packet this evening at five o'clock for all points on W hite river, going through to Jacksonport. Colonel J. D. Moore has charge of her office, assisted by Ham Wil liams. Tne Ciolden Rule, from Cincinnati, passed dowu yesterday afternoon for New Orleans, lood-d flat. She refused freight here. Amcng ether articles of freight was 5103 aks corn and 1500 bales hay. She also had a nil li-t of passengers. Captain John b. Davis, lately in command cf the Red Wing, has been appointed to the steamer Illinois. We congratulate the own ers of this fine boat upon their discernment and intelligence, and also extend our hearty wistipq tor future success to our friend, Cap ivn Davis. Tne El Richardson, the superbly-finished V.oat that was built expressly to ply between tir.a city and New Orleans, is now lying at cur landing, and will leave at teno'clotk this morning on her initial trip to New Or leans. She was built at Liuisville by the low famous builders Howards, ot Jefi'erson-viiir--, ladiaaa. The hull, beautifully-mudeled, is 310 teet long, 50 feet beam, 11 feet depth of h !d, end a width, over all, including guard, of sJ5 teet. Hr cabin is 250 leet long, 19 feet wide and 13 feet high. It is finished in tbe latest and most recherche style, and the skylights are of glass elegant ly sUined in the nrbeet hues and latest de signs. The Ltmianile CourUr-Journal Btr. Ther Wind. iid.llo 44 N Y 47 U.K. 40 13 43 N. Bjys: "Her maiu engines are each iW inches in diameter cf cylinder Hnd 10 leet stroke, working a water wheel of 41 feet in diameter ind l"-fjtt length cf bucket. She has 1 tl inges to each shaft, 21 arm.., !D each flange, and to these aims are attached buckets 28 ii.c ies wide. She Las a battery of double flued tt -el boiler?, i nch 42 inches in diameter and 32 fetf. long. The steel was mad-by I'aik.V Brother, Pittsburg, and they are pronouncd thf b' sl batrery rt boilers that were ev- r built. She has alo a doctor, donkey, pump-', etc., as required by law, acd nn extra boiler to sup ply tht-m with rt. am. Sh'? certainly bus power enough to drive her beauMtuliy mod eled hull and graceful form through the water with a heavy load hnd at a rate of sn-ed that will 'surprise the natives. ' " IP. r ctficers are as follows: John V. Cinnon, enptain; T. J. Howard, first clerk; John F. Wiibanks, sec end clerk; John Garritty, first engineer; NV. Keeker, second engine r; Mosec Gibbs, mate; J. It. Ornil, steward; John Boone, b rke-per; James Buist, carpenter. Captain Cannon is justly proud of this beauty, whi- h, its if im bued with Iifii, walks aye, flies o'er the waters. She is said to br: the "cotton ear ner" of the west, and we hope berearoer muy be as illustrious nn that ot old " King Cot ton." May she long rule the wave, and her captain, tbrcngh her, be euablrd to build many more like the Ed Richardson to ( micb the history of th" purine wcuilers cf the Mis sissippi river. Ling may yr'i I !", master anil boat. lhe National t oinpi tin Dysptp.-la Is the national cnnipla'.iit. Almost every other manor woman you mod h :s it, anJ il.e result Is that the runib-r or pseuda remedies for It Is as numerous as I'lirroah's hot. They are for the most part worthless. There ti, however, a seai-i h 1 g craj lcaut of tti s dNti?ssing and obdurate milady, one whose genuine merits torg since raised it to a fore most place ainoni; the stap e me.huines of America, liostetlei 's Stomach Bitters extlrp it s dyspepsia With greater certainty and piom;iittu.le than ariy Known Ti mtdy. and Is a mot g? iil'd invlgorant, Hppetiz-r anda'dto secrttlnn. These are not empty assertions, as thou-ands of our country men and women who have erperleiteil Us effects nr.1 aw.i re. hut are backed un by irieTiiahle proofs reputedly laid befce the pulille. The Bitters also tremote a regular habit of body and give a healthful stimulus to tne urinary organs. 4 A IKI). To aii who aiyrSTnTerins from the errors and Indls- cretloasof yo'ith, peivous weakne.ss, early decay, loss of lu'-iiitiood. etc.. I will send a recl.e that will care you, FREK OF CHAKiiE. Th's great remedy was discovered by a ml Monary In South Ameilca. Send a self-addr.-s-ed envelope to Rev. Joseph t. Inma', Station I)., BiOL: 1Imi:. Xctn Xork Cit;. Kevolntion in tbe lresjiDS-Koom ! B. the aimout unanimous sction of th parties In tereste.l, CHISTADOKO S 11AIH-1YE has leplaced the old cin-oiit invention foreoorlng the hair, wh en the belli enperl ree of jearshad proved to be Ineffectlveand iieleierlous. I'nltkettiecuniDounds that make nar uuon the health of the hair and d'y up and consume the J11 ees wlilcr sustain It. this mild, genial and perfect dye Is fo m 1 to be a vltl!z ln as well as a coloring agent. Chi i-,tadoro's liairP-e-s-rvat!ve, a vai jHhie adjunct to tne Lye, In dressing and promoting the growth aid perfect health ot the hair, a al ot It-eir. when us-.l alane-a safeguard that protects the tlure.s from decay muter all circum stance ami under all cil.ues. Manufactured b J. CRIriTAOORO. No. Sid William str-et. New York. Sold by all LnnKlst". A pulled lyail Hafr-fuessers PULVERMACHER'S ELECTRIC BELTS AND BANDS Are self-applicable to any part of the body, for the speedy and effectual cure of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Female Complaints, Nervousness, Urinary Diseases, General Ill-Health, . "Wasting Decay, Spermatorrhoea, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Sexual Exhaustion, Spinal Diseases, Indigestion, And other chronic ailments. TESTIMONY. Extract from the Baltimore "American,'" Jecemlcr 21, 187S. "The Pulverraivclier Electric Belt is recom mended to general use for the following rea sons: First, for '.Ut wonderful properties for the cure of diseases of the kidneys, stomneh, liver and blood; secondly, for its extreme simplicity, and the fact of Its being applied outside, precludes all possibility of any in jury being done to tbe patient, as an external remedy is universally acknowledged to be safe. Another advantage is the facility wit Ii which, the progress of the disease and euro can bo watched, and if the Belt bo not quite, lu the right place, itcan be very easily read justed so as to cover the parts affected. Tins Pulvennachcr Klectric Belt, and its perfec tion, has been hailed with delight, not only by the sufferers who have regained health, enjoyment, and a new lease of life through its beneficent qualities, but by the medical profession, who very frequently prescribe its use to their patients." PULVERMACHER'S ELECTRIC BELTS AND BANDS are indorsed and approved by the most em inent medical and scientific authorities in the world, by the Faculties of France, En gland, Austria, Prussia, Belgium, and Amer ica, and by well-known writers, who refer to the extraordinary cures effected by Pulver mucher's Electric Belts and Bands, in up wards of one hundred medical and philo sophical works. Descriptive Pamphlet und The Elec ticic QCAT.EKLY, a large Illustrated Journal, containing full particulars mailed free. Address PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., Cor. Eight aai Vine Sts., CINCJSOTATi; 0. g8Auoid bogus appliances claiming elec tric qualities. Our Pamphlet explains how to distinguish the genuine from the spurious. 31 ISCKL.I..ANI KM S, HUBJIJLMHS CITY WE would resiiectfully announce to our Friends and Customers that the Memphis City Transfer t'omphriy is still doing a It EN K HAL IK Ll VERY BUSINESS of both Freight and Passengers from the Louisvil e railroad, and will slid make cabs everywhere Inside tlM ci!y limits for passengers and hagaage, ai the regu'ur fare. Don't f'rg?t this, arid Giit us a coll. Leave orders at Jas.Moced's Ticket tllTlci-. 2S7 Main Ht., corner Madison, or at Frelfh' office, at head of Main street 1113 N. PATTON, Superintendent. W. H. Ken.nkiiat. Secretary. ixsm and w bsoit A Klt I.OGJi:itS. I.t'MllF.K jii:k- Ucliniil. Fanners it ml MecIiiiiiicv.aS. titving rule.s fir correct r.ifasureiuent of Seani ling. 11 .ar.is. IVitnk, ( ubicul Contents of Hijuaro nnd ItoundTiniU r. Ci-L:j! IjZiylz'z Es'.a Mavo and Heading Holts, Wood. Tables of Wages by month. It iai d or Kent bv the week or day. Capne itv of Citlerns. Interest Tal!. Ac. By J. M. Keril.uer. Ut mail, po-ta'e pnid, -.n rer-eij of 35 cents, cruris a co..mi Aisi.i n.-j.! St., i.ouis. SHERWOOD & CO., (LATE WHEELER, PICKENS CO.) UEALKIIM l.V Buckets, Tubs, Kes, Brotuns, Churns, Sillers, Twines, Cordag-, Backing, Tacks. Brushes, Etc , Etc.. 348 Main St. B A Spinning Wheels, Cop on Cards. Playing Ca ds. Baby Carriages, Baliy Wftg'ins, B.ihy Chalis, Doll, Toy, Swings. Bird Cages, Busters, Etc . Etc., 348 Main St. K E T S LOW PRICES FOB PROMPT CASH. 1HE MEMPHIS COTTON-SEED ASSOCIATION HAS now decided to returns tbe furnishing ot sacks to responsible cotton-seed shippers, to a limited extent, acd pay lor alt prime seed, delivered at Memphis en or before March lft next, the old price, Viz: SEVEN DOLLARS PER TON. JOHJt B. GAiXAWAY. Sec; and Treat, PEGIALTI IN addition to our Large and well Selected Stock of li.ry Mil Ml.pl tirnrrrlm, an-l L.Iluor. wehave establlsheda Wholeeale Tobacco and Cigar Department, in which line we can offer superior Inducements, having made very favorable amntreinents with manufacturer and Importers In Virginia. New York, ar.d other places. We have on band trie following goods, which we offer at prices defying compeUttoii: S5rt butts aad eaddit-H aborted Navy Twist. SOO baltaaad radrtleM Vtrelnlu Twist. .0 hnttH and raddl.a Virrinh nil mil 1 2-lnch Plugs. B. F. Uravely aud other braml-i. HSO hnxei nrham. Prriqur, and vailous brand of Smoking and Fine C-.t Tobacco. . J.OtlOrelehratea Lot tow, JIavunn Fill ers I l:ars. o.iut Cigars. IHoana Biaoa. straight Hav. na 3U.OOO Our l'rarl, very choice Seed Uavanns. SO.OOO Kealla, MKrblelitadss, CcucUfcs. CfgarH. lUO,4HiO Operax. IteginaM, irtrn and lth- I'ltnrs, at price ranging from SsH toSUKI per thousand. GiltolpBris r!riir Kront ami lTn i nn. tilNS AM) (ilNXlKO. THOROUGHLY CLEANS COTTON OF nil Hunt and Hand, Knhanrina- the Value of tbe Ntaple from One tul'oar irade. Mikes MerchactaMe Cotton from much that Is now abandonee i iwn ve:y olity or beaten out by storms. Cotton gathered In ripened but unopened b ids is by the useot the "O. :. :.," prepared so that any Improved gin will produce samples of good grade and quality. The profit trom the use of the '. . " will pay for the machine In ten days constant use. tore ale by ALKXVXDKB ALLISON, At. SOG Front Ht., Memphis, Tenn, kfVII i'niirlH(TI4K. EASDALE'S DYE HGUSfh OFFICES: 28 W. Fourth' St., CINCISfXATI, o. IWmataM. Rkawla. KIILa. Velvet utd fHof hfnar Dyed Drtint tn nil Fbrlcn Cleaned whhout rip ping. L,mre OarxaliiA I'lesneu trupv clln. dyed. Pretw gtMHU e pie w. W. R. ItflSDALfc. (T7Send y oar foods by express. Write for Circular lire IB ova i. TRUNK-FACTORY, TO 318 9AIN ST., Jllinflll INCREASED facilities, and will sell home-made goods, wholesale and retail, lowertban nny h. iu.se. 'i!OSt ACCOM. HA7T Totecsc A war.lt .1 liyha pHm dt CenJrnnial Kxposltion Tor r? .-ft-.ri.,tf 7'arVi anl exo-MeiiJ and UfXUig cinr nrr ttuect"ninff wid fiavoHig. The best tolocu vt-r iTi.nrtt. Ai o'ir Hu etri3 tnade-mrk Is clotit'f n)iTii(ci! r.-i !:,ftri.jr pood. nee tbat Joekaon1 Btt Is or. ovfiy rluiy- S.lrl by all depJrH. Srml for Bamj tr. :o C. A. JiOK-soM k I'o. Mfrs.. Petrebtirs;. CJIAXCKKV AL.12. Chancery Sale of ileal Ktute. N. U. 4171. Evans Rogers vs. the City of Memphis et Hi, and (ti. It. aoiid) the Mayor and Aldermen of Memphis vs. M. C. (iallaway et al. BY virtue of on Intel loentory decree for sa'e, en tered tn the above causes u the 24th day of July. 1H7, 1 will sell, at public auction, to tbe high est bidder. In front of the Clerk and Mastei'sofliee, ('our' hous? building, cornel Main and Plnr streets, Memphis. Tenneistte, on Maturday. the IStii or February, 179, within legal hours, the following described property, sltusted in lhe city of Memphis, bheiby county. Tennefsee.to-wit: A certain lot of real estate on the north side of Jefferson street between Main and Kiont streets, and being part of lot No. 115, aud hour tied as follows: Beginning In the north line of Jefferson street 41 is fe-t west of Its intersection with the we-t boundary of Main slRet; thence west with said nor'h line 20 feet: thence north at right angles wlih said north Ilne74t4 teet; thence east and paral lel with sitd north line 20 feet; tnence south at right angles with saitl north line to the beginning; upon which Is si uaied a brltk building, known as the A rninncnt oince nuiKllllg. Terms of Sale On a credit of six and twelve months -S40OO to be paid la six, balance tn twelve months. Notes with good surety required, with In terest from date, payable In the First National bank of Memphis. Lien retained until same are paid. Alfo provided In said decree of sale tbat the pro ceeds of sale herein are released from, all taxes and assessments levied by or for lhe city on this lot, al lcwlng the purchaser to take same subject to such; he only di-cliarging the debt of complainants, State Hnd county taxes, ami eo-ts herein. This January 25, 1S7'.. K J. BLACK, Clerk and Masfa-. Win. M. Randolph. Solicitor. Chancery ?ale of Ileal Fstate. No. 84i2 H, 2S37 R-Chaneery Court of Shelby county nm r turner vs. w. r time. JY v.rtue of au Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the ninth day of May, 1x7.-.. M. B 21, paae 21, and renewed Janu 17. li!. Al. B. 23. page 47. I will sell, at public auction, to the blghe-t blddei. In front of tbe Clerk and Ma-t-r's oillce. Courthouse building, corner Main ana p-jpiar streets, ilenipuis, Tennessee, On ttatarday. February H, 1879, within legal hours, tbe to! lowing described nrooertv. situated lu Shelby county, Tenn , to wit: A certain lot in uut er aivision ot me city ot juempnis, in Dlock i : beginning at the northeast corner or a lot for merly owned by M. .1. Causey, on the west side of Cau-ey street, about 1KU teet north or ual noun street. h nd running thence west to tbe center of the bayou about olio teet. more or ess; thence down with cen ter of lhe b -you to a point oOfeet from Elliott street; thence nt.rin n reet to south side nt Eiuoti street tbence east about 1 IX feet to the fork ofcttie bayt.u thence south eastward with E'llott street to Causey street; thence south with west side ot Causey street 10 tne beginning. Terms of Sale On a cred t of six months, nui chaser executing now bearing Interest from date of sole with anio e personal security. Lieu retainer ; right ot redemption barred. Purchaser will be required to have surety present and comply with bid In-tan ter. This January IS. 1S7H. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. M. Menwtther. Hoi, for CunipialninL A I 31 8 S i STll ATOKS . iilnip. t'trator o ice. HAV1NU been appointed administrator of the es tatrs of Parker Jotnor and Mary Joiner. I hereby not'fy all creditor to tile their claims, pioperly hu'hentlca'ed, within tbe time prescribed by law, or they will be forever barred; and all ihose who ars Indebted to said estates to come forward and settle MARTIN WITTENBORU, Memphis. January lfi. 187W. Administrator. Administrator's Notice. HAVINUbeen qualified as administrator or the estnte of Arcjlbjld Thweatt. deceased, ail persons having c alms against tbe said estate are no tified to prese. t them as t re-crlbed by law, and per suns Indebted to the estate are requested to come tor; ward and settle. UEO. C. H1EBIN, Administrator, sat 257 UHln street Atlniiiii;ralor' 'olioe. HAVINfi qualified as Administrator of the estate of e.ho.ia Stout, deceased, this Is to notify ail f-ersons having claims against said eitate to pre.-ent them tor payment, properly probated, to my attor ney, J. P Meux. -j.hu Main street, overstate national bar k, within the time prescribed by law. And - hose indented will oleasecall theie and settle. N'OLAND I-ONTAINK, Aumlnlstratrr. Memphis. January 23. 1K7(. sat HAS K It u IT rAL Itankrnpt Sale. In the matter of Robert A. Hardin, at Memphis In bankruptcy. BV virtue of a general order of sale en tered by the Unltea States District Court for the western dis trict or Tennessee, i will sell at public auction, in front of the courthouse, corner of Main and Ponlar streets, jcemphls, Tennessee, on Monday, February 8. ltt?9. at twelve o'clock of said day, to-wtt: Ail the notes, books, accounts, etc.. of Hooeit A. Hardin, bank rupt. Also, all tbe right, title and Interest said bank rupt had at the time ot filing his petition. In and to the following described real estate: One-tenth in terest In H40 acres of land situated In Henderson county. Tennessee, In the thirteenth civil district, and lately belonging to Bobert Hardin, deceased. Onr-tenih tmerest In lttO acre of land In Marshall eounty, Tennes-ee, seven miles from Lewlsburg. formerly owned by Robert H irdln, deceased, and oo which his wldew, Maiy J. Hardin, now resides, aud lu which she owns a life ohuiib. Metes and bounds of lands will be given at time of sate. lor further particulars, Inquire of assignee. Terms pf sale Cash. WM. H. CARVER, Assignee. Memphis. Tksx.. Janinry 10. 1H7H. sat MACIIIMHTS I. S:V1S & THOMAS, Boiler Makers and Steamboat Blacksmiths. RI,ACS3MITI1ING of .CjT ull lllna. rnr,r.w ' il - and Sheet Iron Worker. khou A damn at.. near the river, MEMPHIS. Tenn., Ail work done promptly, da or night. Terms caan. Eesidenoe, No. PO Promenade. Our shop will be open dally from this date, all or der for work will be promptly attended to. October 15, 1878. LXWld TH01U& o o O- P,t TAUU llllin I nUiPUnB. I nixn. b, z). s col iuuur,uuy ifUiuiiurBUUUnWuyi iktj ta At Sacrificinp" Prices AT UNTIL OUR ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING, Fetii uary 1 st, WE WILL SELL Dress Gooti at .r. 10. 15, 20. 2." and Hoc; reduced from 15. 25. 37t2, 5(1 aud 75c, and $!. Good Blac Cashmere, 40. 50. liOand 7X-; reduced from 50, 05 ami 75c. and SI. Good Black Alpaca. 2". 25 and Ijllo. Good Waterproof C'oth. 50. no a id 70i Good Casslm. re, 40. 50. HO ar : 70c. Good all-wool Flannel, 15, 20. , i and :!5c. Real Good Cotton Flannel, ti. 7H and 10c. GikxI Bed Comforts. 7oc each. All Slankets reduced .'ill tier cer: Dulmans. Clonks, Shawl, Snllf . Wrappers, Infants' Clocks. Knit Hoods, Knit J tckeis, Ht an enor mous sacrifice. Furs. Fur Caps anil Sealskin Caps at a mere song. They must be sold. Another sweeping reduction In SILKS and LADIES' LNDERWEAtt. Damasks. Towel. Napkins, Qudts, Sheetings and blilitingH, all marked lower A fresh Importation of Emhr.-'tdorle, cheaper than evr. wenstem 244t and 24(5 Mnin Street, Memphis. EDMUND ORG1LL. ORGILL BROT Sole Agents in 3Iemphi Tor B. F. AVERY & SON'S PLOWS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF and HEAVY HARDWARE AGRICULTURAL l.Mfl&EMEXTS. STEAM ENGINES. MACHINERY, PLANTATION WAGONS. GRIST-MILLS, BELTING. 6iT- NTF.A3I FlTTIXt;:iAXU IltOX PIPE. 3 S.C-CSS.S Promt -tBit 100 CASES 80LUNGER DRY EXTRA, i l'lnt and tuait8.) The Finest Champataes Imported. lOO CSISS KKir eHIiT-EGE TONIC. 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints. 100 Casks Allsopp's Ale Pints and Qts. All Hirer t frtim Aliioad-Onr own Importing. WE HAVE BESIDES CONSTANTLY ON HAND AN' IMMENSE STOCK OF STRAIGHT PENNSYLVANIA. KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, At LOWER PRICES then ever before offered In this Market. Tie Offlfe and iiompiiis woolen iims k j y . rz a ci fa i,-ai j m m KKtlOVKIH TO Kce.SOS Miiiu street, Opposite leubody Hotel. WHERE will be found a fu'I line or our own Manufacture of JEANS, TWEEDS, LIN3EYS. BLANK ETS, KM TUNG YARNS and JEAN j CLOi HINU, to which the attention of buyers Is directed. Etr-ORIIKIt WIH KKCHIVK.PKOJIPT AXI (ItKF.I t li ATTESTIOX. 1. C. TJV'i;iA. P " A It TPTJ ATllinjT 1 0 .. b. fi II. ii 1 lHjiilj ll Jjljii & (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. TREADWELL A RROS.) Wholesale Grocers and .Cotton Factory No. 11 Union Street, Memphis', Ten i. EST'Consiirninents of Cotton solicited and Liberal Advances made on same. All Cotton Insured while In store, as well as that consigned to us by river, unless otherwise Instructed. MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN raCUTS33n.3a'S3!SSE3:02EaS NO. 389 MAIN. IffiT'tS'k I NO. 389 MAIN. at the LOWEST I'HlCE-i. t"Orders premptlyand talthtully dlled.3 L. 1. JflLLLlJi?, Jr. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 33S Front street, corner Union, Memphis. rVarf Irulftr f intlon civen to the hnndHnsof rotton wfcile- in hed C. 11. li li VAN & CO. COAJL. ! COAIL, ! We have a largo Stock of St. Bernard and Pittsburg Coal. Also, IVvtcna Cannel (.'oil!, which we otFer at Wholesale and Re tail. We bnve ample facilities for prompt delivery of orders. Orders tor car-loads ami ca?ks promptly attended to. SSsin Oflire: l.'t JIadi;ii A.XHKKW HTF.HAKT. A.MJItKIV Kew Orlranr. STEWART, GWTNNEs 00, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 350 tj1 J 358 Front St., Jleinpliis, Tenn. -ASB- Stewart Brothers & Co. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants Orleans, Louisiana. KUIIC'KS. BOARD OF HEALTH NOTICE! AT a meeting of the Board of Health, held Mon . day. January 27th. the following resolution was adopted: s&vxtmi. inst irom and after this date, and until funher orders, the disinterment of human remains Is Drobiblted. The remains of iierson who hwi died of contagious diseases will not be permitted to oe uroumii mi nits city or vicinuy lor inrerment. By order ol the Board. B F . BROWN. M.D., Secretary Board of Health. New Series! New Series! ! rnHB PEOPLES BUILDING COMPANY ls-tss a X New Sortea of ritock every montn. Stated meetlrg are held on the litst Tuesday evening ot eaco month, at 71 o'clock, at No. 2K1 Main street, second story, to receive flues. ' Join us lor safery, economy and experience." Loans made on good par ing real estate anywhere In e-helby county. Money to loan; Stock for sale; No back dues. Information cheerfully given at all times. w. a. GuutijiAJM, rreeiaent. 8. Sturm, Seo'y. GOODS! I I InourN'ollon Department we otter "A Job" of 500 pairs Geiiulne i-rene-h kid Gloves at25ea pair. Our 75c two button Glove at 40c Our SI two button Glove at 75c Our SI 5t two-button Glove at S5c Harris seamless two-butPm (ilove at SI 25. A .lob of 2O0O piece Gros Grain. Satin and Velvet Ribbons at lo. 15, 20 and 25c per piece. Good Gios Grain Ribbon, ail colors, at rtU. 7lfe, 10, I "Jt and 1 5c per yard. Good Sash Klblion. 25c per yard. 20n( plects new Rue li lug, at all prices, from 5c to Sil tr yard. Children's fancy good Wool Hose at 10. 12M, 15 and 20c per pair. Ladies' and Children's Cashmere Hose reduced 50 P' r cent. Ladles' and Gents' fancy Cotton Hose reduced 83 per cent. 200 Fannel Cloaks. 200 Flannel Hoods, 200 Knit Roods, at 2-"c on the dollar of their cost, to cloe, at 0. at rtrni? mjk .k. av G. L. DEMSON. A & M'N'EAB. JOHN T. WILLINS. HERS & CO. EII1IES Sd CO, )ales - roomof tbe S. S. 1KEADWE1L MB 9 JS. M. McCAIil.l M II.UIIYVl:, 3IephiH. II. HAILKV, Memphis J Il;BI,ICVriOX. APEALTIFLL work of 100 pages, one colored Domer plate, and 800 Illustrations, with, de scription of the best tlowen and vegetables, ai d how to grow ibent. All for a flee ceiU damp. In En glish or German. The Hoieer and VigttabU Garden. 17S pages, six colored piates, and many hundred engravings. For 50c In piper aoveis; SI tn elagant cloth. In (ir mimcr tnglish. TicAc'i I Hunt rated Monthly 3Tafazirt 82 pagea, colored plate la every number aud many hue en gravings. Prlc. $1 25 a year; Ave copies for 5. VICK'S SEEDS are tne best la tbe world. Send fit ent ttnrnp tor a Floral Guide, containing list aud prices, and plenty of Information. Address JAMES TICK, Rochester ew York. tiPlfltDlhOFI'OKTIM rv TO WIN A FORTLNE. SKCOiMIUKtSU PIsTRIBUf ON fl.AS.S . AT NtW OHLEArS. TL'KrDAY. FEB RUARY 11. 1K71' -lOolh Monthly Drawing. Louisiana JState Lottery Companr. This Institution was rea;r.y InoorpomMsl by the Lesisistureof tiieSvtte for EauoJiooai and Chartta bir pi;rpo in !SiK, with acpilai of 8 1 ,Oi 0,f s to which It tins since added a reserve fund of ?:.f-0.-000. Its brand Hiacle Nantber lHlrl. hatiun wdl take place uivnthly on the e-.itd Tuesday. I' nmrr ir.iia or pnttpnnr. Look at lie rrii.iv.irm DlHtrlt.utinn : CPITAL Pttl.S. S mi Tkhi. lOO,00tTK'KKIS AT Two DOL ARS EACH. HALK-TICKETS. ON K DOLLAR. LIST OK PaiZhS. 1 Capital Priie S-10.000 I Capital hrlza ... p,,.ti 1 Capltsl Pme A.tXn) t'lles of ..r,i) ... n.' o 5 Prizes of l.o.al 5,1 iOO -i r-nzeor .ii i i l i sin llHJPrleof pxl 10.1 SKI 2iN Prles of M) pn) O fiOO Prizes of 20 lo'.lKHl 10t0 Prizes ot 10 10,000 AlfROllMlTlON PKIZKS: 11 Approximation Prizes of S-t'HI 2,700 t ApproxlmaUon Prizes or 2' HI l.HOO 9 Approximation Frizes of pxi kh, JK 7 Prizes, amounting to fllii.-loO he.sporislble corri-etiondlng atrent wintat at all prominent point, to whom a liberal compensation will be psld. Application f t rates to clubs should only be made to the Horn office tn New Orleans. Write, clearly stating full address, for further In formation, or send orders lo St. A. IIAlPlilK, P. U. Um itt. rw Urlnw, La, or to No. West Court str.et, Memphis. Tennessee. AU our Graiid Extraortlittiiry Drawita are uudrr the miirrfuum and mnnaqmmt of HKNEUALS i. T BEAltREliARD and .11 HiL A.ERLY. IX.SI ItAXCK. NOTICE. "TJ AVINii been appointed tieneral Agent for the 1- CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY for the States of Kentucky and Tennes see, the Renewal Premiums for Shelby county, Ten nessee, have been placed In the Union and Planters Bank, Memphis, for collection. Blauk Proofs for Death Losses can be had at said bank. All oilier matters appertaining to the business ol said Connect I. cut Mutual Lite Insurance Company will twelve prompt attention by communication addressed totny oftlee, corner Main and Sixth streets, Louisillle, Ky. JAM KM . t'AKI'KXTKK, Geneial Agnt Connecticut Mutual Lire Insurance Company, Kenturky aud Tennessee. WARNING! THIS Is to notify th public that we are tbe only persons now residing here. WHO ABE OR EVER HAVE BEEN, duly authorized and Com missioned Agents of the II ftntCHhnTllk Fire Insur ance Co , of New York, and F.MTKHv Fire In surance Co.. of Toronto, and any person or persons representing anything lo tbe contrary are imimitm arid unworthy of credit. 1MPBPHY Jt ylCRPHY, Cen'l Ins. Age to. No. 6 Madison St. , Memphis. INSURANCE. Itoyal Ins.Conipanyof Liverpool ASSETS $20,000,000. lut. Company of IVorth Ameriea ASSETS 8r5,5O0,0O0. SINCE the death of Mr. J. A. Simmons, the man agement ot tiieaiove well-known companies has b-en placed In the band of Mers MREEN'E A BRASLEY, for the benefit of the widow and children ot Mr. Simmons. IL A. PAKkEtt, Executor. Referring to the above card we respectfully ask a continuation of the business that belonged lo the former agency of Mr. Simmons. OKBENE & REASLE GENERAL IXSURAME AGENTS, 18 31lINOX ST., 31 KM 111 IN. J. J. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHY. Murpliy & Mnrphv. UEXKRAL Insurance Agents, No. 5 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. "NTTONE but First-Class Companies represented. L.NI Risks on buildings taken for three or rive jean at greatly reduced rates. Umhoiisrsaoil (Jonn try ferwrM rirutit SrURM & HIRSCH. 21 3Iain 9itH Hempliin, Insurance Agents. Representing the f :l lowing Flrst-CTa Companies: SCOTTISH COM'L INS. CO Assets $10,000,000 BUNCH COBP'N INS. CO ... Assets .2nOOOO BOYLSTON or Bi 8TON INS CO AsstL l.iSOO.OW AMEBICN C-N'T'L INd. CO. .AswHs 1,:J75.0')0 ST. JOSEPH F. M. INS. CO .Assets iMM.OiNI N'ORTHhRN OK NEW YORK IN t'J S7H.INIO Special L -w Rates given on Dwellings fer teimsof three and Jive years. Facilities to Insure Glnhou-e and Country Stores. COFFEE, KTC. U.F.Cavanagh&Co. DEALERS IX COFFEE! TEA! SPICES! 3IKDICAL.. 37 Gcnrt Flacs, LGUiSVILLE, KV.j mo.' u.e.-fdil, Ms prar-'icc wil' i'rtv. Cis all iorma of PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SSXUAL DIS EASES, , ai leviitii. oirli aad Impotency, It't r"-:i' f -rlf--.htt.C in youth. S'"XO: 1 ' h It; ur-r c-:r-, r :u r -i'i-:t:,ti m.' unt fi..:-c! fu U w.o- -r-r . i - ."i-ui -- . -niit-jl I n ' -i. -j '.ti'""i. eui.i ic:,3 t . nr-I.. . Di mu - .if Si, Lt, I'r-le-f..' i,-1 .( -h sxivi I "h V. u, -i-i . ;w ,vcr?i- ti i. r ut. t. Coafii t'n jt '.m: t- Po"fT. '.- .,.!, na ; fti'irir.j ,niifOi'7 nr U'iIm 'ff, r thoTtt.:! ati'l pa. 3-t' g.T- i. V-? HI LIS it,a"'-'; ' irUVAr'a..:r: 'n lu m: Gonorrliea. .. tit It u t.f-J i -m !; ' a , tiy rmn b s ?nl A" t.M tf rrta.u el ol ?o1 iraiii.- iL-j-jUiI aau'i- Hy. .ti".ir -. cr- ,-I -.; ' I'nx I -ii, !- .iij-'i'.- Ia.'t a r-"0 i.ru tlii "-( ll- U. IJi C'lf . ...'Il 3' i. lfl.-. tlt;D."t;t to Ti- til.- py I' i ir-.!., -ut. ii---; i" tiiii t-- Ut j.r.Ti.t.j tl' -:i!t:y 'y n. il tn t;: itiir''(ti". Cnpos G aarantoeu in all Casea TtTjder taken. i. ' -1 j i 'it-- . ii bv Nr tf-r ml lvfi'-l. ' t-rttm s tva-iOUn.'-'" au-1 vtn.cn. i.L' i-..-..- uii wi PRIVATE COUNSELOR V) .'. fj-.s, ..!.:. :1 It-ad tr al,. .!,I,-.-!.s a.i f,iaciis-o.i utspensary, ITt. T. ItK.I 'lll. trr M nil SrUL 4 Ml llllfMU tlv nnrr-ir, .rlvav Iv. M'l KIliOkMH! l.M ( 41, l)V Rtl ll f M i(. i.Tirtii t ti i. hi.ni('iit x Till- HIK. n-.. rvi'i nne XlliKM K .! ;.(-..;, jui :ciu- u:iF "'.r'!. Panip'ii .''b f..-f-tit tv-:ji:e tlii alhlll.H, Ir H: V! M 'l. l'Wfin!f.4..-i n-ri . j - ii iiMhtii ii, c- ciaitjtng niif-n .s, if vrr t.- lor fnh!i.h,ta fr, f.,r 6 t a iu-irt-i Pi' Vp .ull.rTI' - ''"vi-lDTl lU On Hourx; Various Causes, Advancing years, care, sickness, disapjiolntment and hereditary predisposition, all operate to turn the ha gray, and either ot them Inclines It to shed pi maturely. Atkb's Hair Vigor will restore faded or gray, light and red hair to a rich brown or deep black, as may be desired. It softens and cleanse the scalp, giving It a healthy action, and removes and cuies dandruff and humors. By Its use falling hair Is checked, and a new growth will be produced In all cases where the follicles are not destroyed or glands decayed. Its effects are beautifully shown on brashy. weak or sickly hair, to which a few applica tions will produce the gloss and freshness of youth. Harmless and sure In Its operations. It Is Incompar able aa a dressing, aad Is especially valued for the soft luster and richness of tone It imparts. It con tains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil or color white cambric; yet It lasts long on the hair, and kteps It fresh and vigorous. For Fl. bt all Deilkrs. :io;feTORjii. A victim of youthful Imprudence, causing premarur. 13y. nervous detrilitv, etc, ha-ang tried tti vain every knuru remedy. Im found im Is volt raw, which L. ill K-nd ms to his fllow nut', rer. Adiiren J. 11. KKEVIJt.tHl' mk tt-. NO MORE OR GOUT ACUTEOR CHRONIC ALB C VLB Cft ci i r Minr "A Manufactured only undei the above Trade-Mark, by the Eurosean Salicylic Medicine Co., Of Paris and leipiis, TMMEDIATR Belief Warranted. PgitMAJtiST Ctki iCHKTKBD. Now exclusively used by ab cel ebrated Fhylelansof Europe and America, becom ing a Staple. Hanntess, and Reliable Remedy on both continents. The highest Medical Academy of Parts report 9b cure, out ot 100 cases within three dais. Secret Th only dissolver of the poisonous D ie Acid which exists In the Blood of Rheumatlo and tiouiy Patie nts. $1 00 a Box, 6 boxes forJSOO. Sent to ary address on receipt of price. Indorsed by Physician. - sold by ad Druggists. Addresa, VVAJSHBUmiE St CO., Only Impoi t r' jcrot. f Cliff at., N. X r 1 US IIIhPKXNARY. Tolinson's FitlVATr!. Hedicia lipensaryj fto. 17 JEFFEKSON hlTIFFT, . . Ketwren Kiiin and front. Ileatpal. ImaTAirLlsEitD w 1880, DR. J0 IN3ON I arrr.oletrd by at! partWItj tervwied a by I?r the tno4 successful phrskdr a In the treatment of prtvaie or secret diseases. Quick tiiurouKU nnd p.nnane'.t cures g-iarHtiteed tn ev r f ea, mals or femrJe. Rvsent cs.ea of dororrt-f a and Syphilis cured tn a few dcys, without tre oner I mercury, rnaiife of dlfct, or hlndnuic fmm rswlneet-i Seoondarj Syiihilis, the last vwtlk-e eradlcaied will out the ueof m-ecury. Involuntary lom of seirta Mopped lu a short time. SutTervra from Impoteccf or lo. of aeiua! (4iw re:nrea to free vtgof In tew weeks. Vl'-tiras cf e!f-ains and exnesslT Tenery, sefTerlng trom spermatorrhea and loss cl physical and mental power. s;di!y and pma. oently catsd. Pantcaiar attention f .ii to the Diseases ot Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat nnd Lung Diea.-s cured by nw remedlea Pile and old sores cured without the use of oaus He or tbe knife. All consultation utrletly oonfklenttal. Medicine, sent br exMreM to ail uiru of tha anon try. . once cocr. rrom 8 a.a. to 19 p.m. Sunday from a to 5 p m. . Torrvsox. M.n. IIOKSr.-S AXI nilLEN. W. A. F AIRES, (SUCCESSOR TO J. B. AND W. Ocaler In A. F AIRES.) lUI.KS and HOUSES, Hi I'nlon Hit., Xear Poatofflee. A OOOD selection of rdl classes of Horse, and Mules constantly on hand. F.wiTthln. .la bi in. nianinM n rnn'wl orders oilrtlMl. TKHSTEE SAI.IiS. Trustee"! Kale. BY virtue or the power conferred on me by a deed of tm.t. execu e.1 to me n lnwtp.A nn tn first of Febniary. 1 S72. br D. R. Cook and P. A. Norton, which I of reraml in thenrtuw n: the nvli. of Shelby county, Teune-ff. In book N'o. 85, pa.o 1 win. On TbtirMday, IVIirnary . IH79, at half-ptst eleven o'clock forenoon, tn front of the middle tenement of thu Irvine l.loclr. in th.citv of Meinph s. proceed to sell, forirtsh. to the b guest bidder, the ruliowti g described property, to-wit: A certain lot or find situated lu rihelny county. Ten nessee, and being part or lot No. 550 on th plat ot the City of Memnhts. and hounrred tnllnnc.. lu ginning at a point on trie north s'de of Jefferson street, where It Intersect tne east line of the alia Immediately east ot the Theater, running thence eaat seventy-four feet, thence north one hundred and forty-eight and one-half reet to an aliey, thenco west seventy-tour feet, thence south one hundred and forty-eight and one half feet to the place of be ginning. This sale 1 made tor the purpose of pay ment of the Indebtedness secured hy salu trust deed. E.julty of redemption expressly waived. Title be lieved to be pen ect, but I sell and convey only as trustee. This property will I'e sold betore tbe mid dle tenement of the living block, advertised for sale by me, as trustee, on same day as this sale, both trust deeds having been given to se. tire the same tuiieuieumss. k. 1.. beliheu. Trustee. By Order Of J. A. Anrielsoti. hilininUtrati Af Charles Wlntter. beLeflclary. Trustee' Kale. BY virtue of the power confervd on me by Deed of Trust, executwd to re a Trusts nn tl, l.t of Febniary. l)7. by n. R. Cot.k. whl-viis or record iu mo utnee 01 me ttegiier or c-eetDy eoanty, Tennessee, In Book No. t5, patce 14H, I will. On Tbamday,thr6tli of Frbrniry, 187. at twelve o clo. k, noon. In front of the middle tene ment m ine liv'.r g ttin -k. in llie cur ot Memphis, pro.-eed to sell, tor cash. 10 the h'gumt uldler, the following described property, to wit: A certain lot of land situated in theroumy of Shelby and btaieot Tennessee, and in iriecity of Meinph s, being a part ot lo 845 and 34, on the plan if said city, and bounded as follows: Benrtnnlra at a rmlnt nn ih. est side of Second street, 24 feet et inches south of me aitey oetween aenersou and u urt ftreetA. at th. toddle of tbe partition wall between two tenea ent of the Irving blocK; running thence 24 feet rt Inches south to the mladle t f tbe t ther p rtttlon wall In said Irving bio k; thence ea-t 14SW feet to an aliey; tbence north 24 teet 0 Inches to lhe middle of tha Bret descr.beu pa tltion wali; tbence west 14 Hi. fet to the point of beginning; It being the middle tene ment 01 the Irving block. This sale Is made for tbe purpose ot paimentof the Indebtedness secured bw said truet deed Equity of redemption exprely waived. Title belleveu to be perfect, but I shall tU an J convey as trustee only. K L. BELHKB, Trustee. By order of J. A. Anderson, Adm nlstratur of Charles Winter, beneficiary. Trusttee'n Sale. TTNDER and by virtue of a certain tmst deed to me U executed by M. L. Selden. Julia M. SeldeP ami C. J. Seiden, trustee, of date November 27, 1871. and recorded In the legister's ttlee of Shelby county. Tennessee. In record book No. M2. page 5VHj, tt seg., to which referent- Is hereby made, I. as such trustee, at tbe request of the beuehaiartes In said trut the debt therein mentioned bsliig past due will, on Thursday. Jannary 23, 3879, offer for sale, and sell at public vendue, to the high est bidder tor cash, the toll iwlng real estate, with the appuneuanc-s thereto belonging, slruaie, lyln and being In the cliy 01 Memphis. Sheiby county. Tennessee, and described as follow, to-wit: Commencing at a stake o the south side of Beala street. In the city of Memphis. (220 feet 4 lnchee) two hundred and twenty tei-t four Inches west f tha southwest corner of Heale and Lanaerdale; tbence running south at right angles wlih Beale street, one hundred and ntty timn iret to the north side of a tweive foot alley; h-t.ee westwaidly with said al ley one hundred feet (UXl)to Driver street; thence northwardly with etst slue of Driver street, one hun dred and fifty (150) teel to Beale s'reet; thence east wardly with the south side ot Beale lreet one hun dred (llMi)feet lothe beginning, being the same upon which said M. L. Selden has recently erected his residence! and where he now reside. Kale wdl be made at lhe front door of the cotnt bou.se. in the city ot Memphis. Tennessee, at 12 o'clock. Equity of redemption Is expressly watvea In said trust deed, and title believed lo be perfect, but I shall sell and convey as trustee only. m C. B. WELLSOKD. Trnstee. Royster, Waldran 4 Bacon. Auctioneers. By order of the Court, 1:13 .,ie above advertised Is postponed until Tueftday.the 4th day of February lt7. Within legal hours and ut same place. Trustee Male. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, made to me aa trustee by Mary C. Ashford 011 the 4th day ct April. 1877, and recorded Id MM Register's office ot fcbelby c mnty. Tennessee, tn B ok No. 1 17, page 241, to secure H. Itby In teavtmut of certain In debtedness therein name, t will, on Tuesday. February 4, 1S70, sell to tbe bin best bidder, for cash, in front of tbe postoflice In the town of Colilervdle, Shelby county, Tennessee, the tollowlig described real estate, to-wtt: One lot orparcelof land ly rig and being In tha town ol Colllerville, bheiby county, Tennessee: Be ginning at a stake on the south line of the depot lot, lu the center of Central avenue: thence with said avenue one degree east H chains and 81 V links to a Hake; thence north sy oegr. es east 4 chains and 22 Inks to a stake lu A. C. Wilson's west boun dary line; thence north one dtgree west it chains and 37ts dnks to a stake; thence south 8l decrees west 4 chains 8 links to the beuliinmt; containing one acre 1 R aud 2lt poles being the lot conveied to said Mary C. Ashford by J. il. M antrum, by deed November 15, 1875. Equity of r demption waived. The title Is believed to be good, but I will sell ana convey on. j as trustee. 1 his January 10, 1879. WM. J. DUYAL. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of the power and authority veted In me by the terms of a deed of tru-it executed and delivered to me as trustee by S. U. Maugum aud Kate Mangum. his wife, and recorded lu the regis ter's offlce of Shelby county. In book 1211. page 879, for tbe purpose ot ecullugthe sum of SdOoti due the Shelby County Buildli g and Loan Association, I will as said truilee, at the request of the bene ficiary, default In pit; meat of sai l debt and lulere-t bavlng4een made, offer for sale, and sell to the highest bidder lor cash, on Muturday, February 15. l7y, at 12 o'clock m., on the southwest tornerof Main and Madison streets. In the cuy of Memphis, Ten nessee, the following des nbad real estate, to-wit: A certain tract of laud, situated, ! lug and being in Colllertllle, Tennessee, beginning at the northwest corner 01 Ueo. K. tic tt's bnek store lot. ana running tbence east w.th said Scoifs 'ot ot e hundred and thirty feet; thence no th lorty-four f.-et; thence wet one hundred and thirty feet, and parallel with slo. Scott's lot to the east side of Malnsirvei; thence south wit a said east side of Mam street for.y-four feet to the fiolnt of beginning, and the ssine on wnlch no siand a iwo-story br ck warehouse or store, andbelnga part ot the subdi vision of Lake Iroy, recorded 111 book rt7, pae 1K:, and that of H. lrby, recorded in book :!2. page 1 ort, o' li e leglster's offlce of Shelby county, Tennessee. The title Is per fect, but I sell ot-ly as trustee. D , . . . D. T. PORTER, Trustee. Belcher & Jordan, attorneys. Trustee' Sale. BY virtue of the terms of a Dr-ed of Trust, made -to me as Trustee 011 th. Kth d iy of May, 1 874, and which w.-.s tiled May lo, 1874. and record! May 14.1874, In Bo k No. 1 0 1 , iure 244, In ta RaKistei's orhoe of Shelby county, Tt-nuesae-, 10 which reference Is made for pat Ucuhir., aud at the request ot the beneficiary, I wul. On tbe 4th lay of Februarj, 1879, st twelve o'clock, noon, on the premises, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the folljwlng real esta'e, Huat d In the city of Memphis. Suelny county, Tenr essee, to wit: Lot No. H ot W. P. nond's b-dlvt-lon.of prt of lot N rt. in block 5:1, situated on Lauderdale street, near pontoloc, with a ti outage on L,auu ra'ie street or 4113 ie.1, running back 14W leet 10 a allev. talu 1 .1 is o e ut three con veyea by W. P. Bond to J. C. I tvis, an 1 iy hlui 011 veyed to me a trust e. Eq d.y or re tempt ou barred. Tit'e b Uevei to be good, but 1 soil and convey a trut eonly. C ti. CLARKE, Trustee Mkmpbis, January 4, l7'.i. Trustee't Male BY virtue of the term of a Deed of Trust, to me executed by C. W. Kuryer-ani 01 lhe ;ioih day of June, 1M77, and rgls ere.1 In Chanel Bjok No. 12. pages al 1. 812. Hid and a 14. 1 will. On Saturday, rebruary IS 1H7, at 10 o'clock am., proceed to fell to the highest bidder, for cash, at 1 7K Second sireet. the personal property mentioned and described In said trust uee-l, the same belu compo-e.1 chiefi. of the bue hold aud kitchen lu ulture. etc, lu said building, 171 Second street. January 8, 1 7!'. FRANK A. WtLLS, Trustee. C. Wf atherford. Attorney. Trustee's Male. BY virtue of tbe power conferred on me by the terms of a deed of truvt, exeouv-d to me by B. Barnes aud his wlte, Eliza P. harnes, Janu-ry lrl, 1H7K. said deedtelngof record In book 122, page ititr. of the regMer's 1 lllee. ol Shelbj county. Tennessee; netault having been made 111 payment of the nottis secured by sa d deed, 1 wb, on Tuesday. February 3. 1879, proceed to sell to the hlghevt bidder, for ca-h, at the cuurthouse door. In the city of Meiufhi. the follow ing Oeacribed teal enlate. In phelby count, Tenn see. viz: B-Ing seventy-Uve feei ul ilt nunhern part of the lot on loenonhwei-l oiner 01 Hieg and W aid ran avenues, now ownexl by Mis. Eliza p. Birnes, and conveied to her by Win. H Hue, by deed regis tered in buok 67, part 1, page 80. lu the register's office of fsheiby county. 1 ennessee: Beginning at a point one humired and nlieiy-nlne 'eel irom th In tei sect ion of the wet side of Waldran avenue with the north s do T Hoeg aveuue; (bene, running west and pamdel with Hoigavetiue, aulstauutot one Lund red and aeveny-two Its t. thoiico north and parallel with Waldran avenue event-tva Teat; thence east and parallel with Hoeg avenue one hun dred and seventi-lwo feet; thence south beveno-tive feet w ith the west side pt Waldran avenue to the be ginning. Sale between the 0,.ursof 10 am. and 4 p.m. Title believed to be good, but I convey aa tiustee only. Equity of redemption waived. aw. MJtTCALF, Trustee. 1 'i it if 5 ! i t ! 1 s ! J J ; ; . . - " ..... .. t. -v"'