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THE MEMPHIS DAIL V vA.PPAL-TTJESDA , DEOEMBEE 9, -187.
7 r KAIL'tOU) TIME-TABLES. (.ultrvllle mmA Aanvllr rr- Hotttiirrn. LKAVB. AitKln It. Express, dally 1 1 :20 P-rn. :i o Miii.aa.iiy l)a.w. 4:20 p.m. Br jnsviili Aerun' tiioJ il'n t i: : j (exert d unlays).. . 4 20 p pi. "4 On Sut'irdiy. Kxpress runs only to M'Kenzle, con- nec'.las for Nashville. ... tlKlppt una TBewee. "j lH7b! 4KKH. N-w one !.. s'iJi. Urttir - -1 2 30 p.m. 10-10 a.m. tfirili vroii:".i''l'n, Gaiyl 4:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. Fa ' Tral . dully (dun- dss e"ept-1) H:3f a.m. 4:2f r.m. rTgniuKia wtt Charleston. ' j Lkiu. thbiv. ici;7tm) M-til S viiraw- Train, dslly; 1 1 :15 p.m. 12:15 p.m. Bom iv'.'.vj Accommodation! tit iy (reept auiriy3.l440jo. 8 00 a.m. J!tin.i..l and llttli Both. Atmivs. ?t !n. rttitiy :0 p.m. 11 5 p.m. F'eljnt, dally except Sun.). jj'jHj01' B:'R p jLXAVJt. j AMUltll. M ill A.i.c,r.4'r'.TrM,lMlj 4:00 p.m. a.m. ,.,. .,ri..ion tra'n H:-il . m KMO p.m FINANCIAL. Purintr the list week the Memphis binka bad a very busy tlm-. the result of tao great In.reHs? In trade. Money in Increased demand, owing to tne large piircU-vse of cotton, for wtilca no bills of sale rould In outlined, as both tbe Louisville and tue Mem puis and Cnaileston railroad were unable lo receive freight, lislng entirely "blocked up. The rate, however, continued unclmnRtd at 8 percent. The II ral rvs jurces of our banks ha ejableJ t!i-m to meet readily all chIH made upon tUnu by tlie-r eusiumurj. Th-i detention of cotton naturully d-crnmed to horns ex'.eut the suppl, of exchang . A iliflculty arose from tbe scarcity of currency, which has en.s'd grei-hb inks In New Yoik to go up to a premium, and nae compelled someot our b ink to liiipitt soid at an Important expense over Im puting not. -S. Tbts excuse has lert no profit oq lue prrfjeiii rat of txcu.irge, and a movement yviis nia-.o to raise It to V-i on New York end r-s ou oilier points, but so far me change has not l-en iiiad'-i a-id e quote as before. In tbe local mar ket tbcie hiisb.wri nothing ot interest ex cept t'liailee loi railroad slocks which becsme weaker as the week ml.niiced. and suloswere mad cn atuidty et 13ij, while on M idltli?y stood at 15. These sP cksvacli laie from Xj to diy, as llielr Increased market value comes l,om oo increa-e In their Intrinsic woitb, or In me c.i'iiiition or circumstances of the road, bil eimrely from Wall sirect specula ting. Tue rjlus of exchange at our bjiks were as follows: Buying discount, and selling at par on New York and sight on easier:, c t'.es w.tti thrte dajs grace ofl, and 14 oif bujli.iron Newoilenns; selling at par. Shelby o Kiiuy scrip uuuted at HJ buying and UOU.l ji.tlliuK iii.-.sisslppl Urst district levee eoupoos are r.l. g f;om l.i to 20. according to yiaiitlty. iliurj-a'on r.illi.id stocks last sle at 13V-J. The Aev, Oile-iiis fimimm observes: "At Ne York gr -enbuks hitv beer, at U per cent, premium over K ild and at tue preterit raie of domestic exchange Pere our bvks could Krf'jrJ to pay that rale on Wan i rwt if they were compellaj to b rinse uut lurrency, biit It cannot be had tvi-n . t tlir.t Mle no." Tue New York llcraltl. of Vfld.i, icpoit.s: "The following were tue rues of exibangeou Ne York at tae under- 1 it I Tii-1 -f 1 -r- fiav-tiifnb builng Udis ' : '.-.t suiting lit dUdOiint; Cuarleton mjiich; bur- as so ili'K 'rt P!i Orleans commercial i )(t4f0 cl-cjuot, har.k ISO discount; at. i-ouls. OTTAf.'i p.r UfJ dseoiui; CMeago Onn. BO rt:a onesiiiut; Bjstoi. 40 discount. The New York rF"iB'" says: "Tho innike; lor roreign bxcjhuki is i -"-r.ironi' and hth-r. not 011 account of a lai-ge demand . ivv ...... ii...... imt i...iMiiM 1I1A M;.ritulRtton In occ fiifon, bre:i!l.H-uiT4 aid prodsl'ins lias so advanced 1- D .i ICOi Oil llJl.-l Sltl Ol IIIW ' lllll ns w tcii iwbi ;a r :iue x oris. It U needles to reailnd thos fa miliar witii tue exobiu ges iu;it ei present raiesgoiu ctiiiiol be linporird." MK11FHU BANK CLEARINGS: lxwnwr 8 8333 02. 04 ametlme wck ti.iiiie lime wee oetJie I'olal last wi-ik .... ToUl week before . !15l,13tJ 20 302.021 02 1.7nl,13it 1S4 1.403.0J4 22 IKV TELEOUJLV1IA I'ARia. Docember K lientes. H2f BOc NKW Cr.LEANB, December K. Sight exchange ot New Yor.. 91 oO on yioOO discount cilerilug - exctiaisi) balikeri bills, 482. iONLON, Pecember H. Consols for money, Ki"? l"; on ac.;junt. tills; Illinois Central, 103; IVnilv:!i:m C -nil"!. f2la; :Kedlu. H'lU; Krle, 4" prefenetl. 72; mscoiiu, tla. Unlied Stauss bou.s net fi. lO&lj: 4.i;S, lOHU; 4s. 10o7h. NKW YOUK.. December K Money miket eay at iW7 Mr ceui t'rUie mere mule paper, filar rJVa iH.r cent. eterilnrf exchange baiiKeni' bllle ek, 4': sight exchauie oo New York, 4H4i.j U'lvetniiuiit bonds were quiet but generally linn, especially for r.ow fours, which ad vncd is per cent ; coupons of 18S1, 1011: Pew Bs. 102-4; new 4ijis, lUkA'ti new 4s. l0.i:iH; PupIIIt (Is of 1NP.. 120 State (ecurtiics unlet but sfedr. exceot for Louisiana eous'ils. which ros-j f.om 44U to 4S, and closed ft 44i-tf'4tS. Louisiana 71 consols, 44'; Mlssouif Hi, 1UH; cH. Joseih. 104; Tennes e s. oli'.. .IO; new. 20 olfrred; Vlrclnla Hs. id 1, 2T; new. 'JO; consols. 7n offered ; preferred, 77. Uilroul bonds weM omparatively (inlet. Theweek copeiied on Hie sto-k x :hanie nlth a stioi.g and )iiti)ai,t spec.ilatlon, and In the early de tllugs prices ai uice J 1 1 to ft p r cent , ban Kranelsco, coal and telegraph snare leading In the Improvement. To ward mid dy there was a ruction of I't to 4tfc ite.r cent. whK U was followed during the atlernoou by a rtcoveryot U to llapercent. i bis wis subsequeut ;y lost, but in the linal ilaili.gs a vary strong tone lev.uled imd tee miik-it ilvinoed 1 to 2lK per cent.. Hie ma ket clusb'g with an upward tenuency M to pi Ics. The ex-cuiie coniinlUee of tin West em t'nion tcPitriiph cuiiipriny n et to-day and ricmimeiiiled the payment of an extra dividend of 1 percent. Ii l iltlji to Hie qiurterly dividend of iierciit. 1 he company will have a surplus of &i,t 00,000 aft-r paying dlvld-nds. Tiansactlons BKgreate-l '.!27,00il HUaren, or wtilch K0.000 weie trie. h.'i'iO LiKie BUore, 14.000 Noiibwestern, 15,- wiuu. I'ul. uu.oail l. ieimwuuiiH. o(l.00J,Ntw Jer ey Cential, 44IIO Delaware aim Hudson. 1 (00 Mlch itfin Central, 2000 Cnion Faclllc. 100 Cleveland, . uunu- J nc i " iliand ln.ilHnapoli.s.2300Chlengo f Instances, present pr tws are due more to specula .... V .w lTnVi 1 in"i iVniril 4 'too Ohio and Ml- tlon lliaji to genuine trade Influences. la such oases ilumbmand l.i.Osn.i cei fw onio wiu mi. , . . . buying goes on. but when the slssiipl,23.i i;0 W-stern Union. P500 Atlantic and I'JOillC 2W0 riicinc man, iii.miv St. Louis and Pactllc. H0,0t0 Kaneas and Texas, 5400 lion Mountain. iiOOO Louisville and NashviPe, , '-MM Nashville, Chuttanooga and St Louis. fi0'J. indldjiapolis, Cincinnati and Lafayeita. 14 IMK) , Louis and ban Francisco, 140O ilorrls and Essex, 10O0 Cbieigi), Burilngton and Qjlocy, and 1500 Lit- " tie Flitsouig tlcsltig quotations were as fo lows: Itoi'k lilHtid, 18; Panama. 100; Fort Wayne, - CJilcajo Durlington and Qulncy, 1 'HatChlcago and A ton, P8: Chleuro end Alton pieferred, I lo; New YorkCiutri.l. 12'.Hj; Harlem, ,10; Lake char, 414; ,....,1.. i'Ja - ki lull litn 1 4 fx rpiiil vl.l.lxk e t n 1 Cm, a sotiiherTi. 't IMi Michigan Central. H41; Ene, HM:a aoiuni.i. , fcrle ptelerre I. 00; Northwestern, KHj: Nortn- . tern prelerr.td, J 05"k; St-Paul.7;H; SLPaul pre- ' ed. 00; St. Paul and Minneapolis. 4i; St. 40ts weslem i,i tiu 'ul andfjioux t;uy, mi; w. r-am im diou v m rerrtd. Oo: Delaware. Lackawanna aod Western, .y; MoirH and Essex, nmvi; ielawnreand Hud son. 7 .'; Nw Jersey Ce- tral. &2Ut; Ohio and Mis sissippi. Ohio Bint Mississippi preferred, B7-V; C11es.tp.1aka and Ohio, 18; Mobile and Ohio, tjw; Cleveland and Columbus. 80Vj; Chicago, Co i'umous and Indiana Central, lwl; Indiana, Clticln nnll and Lalaiette, HU; Builli gtoo, a R.and N.O , 57: Alton find lerre Il.uite, 10; Alton and Terre Haute prefwrr d, 30; Wabash, St. Louis and Pa clllu 4 ''rt' Wutnsh, St. Louis and Paclllo prefer ted, 07:Ii; Hannibal and St. Joe. 331: Hannibal and St. Joe pr f-rred, M'-iv;: Iron .Mountain. 40; St. Louis and tan Francisco, 457: SU Louis and 8"H Kianclsco preferred, 5n t; St. Louis and San fcran v.s.io, first preferred. 74'i: Chicago, bt Lou's and tiny O' leans. 27; Kaunas and Texas, 82; Lnlon IMetilo. 80; Khiishs Pacific. 00; Northern Pacllic, Nortlie'ii Pii 'Hlo preferred, 55Ih: Louisville and NtflmHe. 871: Uouslou ano Texas. 40; Wrstern linlon re'egiiiph. 85k; Atlantic and Pacific Teletiraph, 47'i: lMcillO Mall. 8ll; Little PUts Jiurg. Hi: A.iHiii Fxpiess, HMti; ells Fargo, 1041a: American Express. fiKi United Ststes Express, .iHiv Oulcksllver. 2tHs: yulcksllver preferred, OUij; J-ea ivtliM, .'l.i; Cent ml 1'ai'Oic bunds, 1 llWM; Unlou pH'Mtlo Mi. 10m; linlon Pacific laud grants. 12; Vni'-ii PhoiU.) slnKlu. lunds, 13n; Lehigh and Wlikusbarr.i, 1 lo; ft. Paul and Sioux Clly firsts, no sales; Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, 8iUv; ChUvuro. Columbus and Indiana Central secwds, no sales. COTTON. At the c1.' of our review l ist week of the Memphis cotton HSUket for trm official week. New Yolk quot-.d rulijdiln c MUin at I ila, during I he week It advanced to 131-jC; New Orleans quoted I I wo, Biivaiic-d to I Vic; Liverpool quoted 0Md, ad tiriced to tt l.Vlttil; Memphis quoted HrsO, ad v ii i-e.l to l:c. It wi l be seen by this stalen.eiit that tt.elistwrtUwisanotiierbuojai.lone fur cotton, So birobg has the upwarJ inoveuient shiiwn Itself this kMsoa Hint iiiiU'lltng cotton, which a ear ago (jii'.io.l hUi-In Mei-iptils, now quotes lvc and lias Mill mi unwarii ieiid-uu?. idiiljulty exists on ac count of Hie rillrtM.ls being blockaded hy fielght, twli.t 10 the iiuinb.T of esis available to do the vast mo. unit of Imslne s whir h lias gron up. with the 1. tme miiiiber of cnr as wee siiOlclent last year lor the quiet trade tlis doUig. The rapidity with win. 11 tue cuam-e b.n tnken place lias not allown.1 of nw t.rs being eon-Ktru.-tMl hs r.ipldly us the exlga:icle of tra e rrqnlieil. On Thursday occurred tho largest 'e of cotton ever msoe in Veuipbls ou any one uy, 8JHO biles The prvlo is largest sale " III iiie Liiecis-l the siine dite year befoie, and iimo'infed i 7S0O bale. Tue e 'lion offeied In our liisrktt Isihls w-a-O'iot tiiitt.il tl fine staple and In every way 01 pUmd'd quality, hlch caU' the east ern spinners t bur 1. u 1 w.tu an eagerness they ii"-verb fore dlspl tied. Europs will winl eveiy bale tif cotto'i ttis Auieiloin splmifrs Jeaya at their dts iHisal.with a pio.-pec. of scsuMiphs be'ore another t ne. in UK. 't. k.elnts at our sneds coitHiue to 1-s Uigfl. owing to vhlcti. and to tbe de- fnntl.in of c at n I iil S'umient means oi irtiimiior thnv.riiit n ivic in our 1. Ileus lia.9 reached a V 'luui" n- ir In fore koowu In M'lupbts, 100.500 lulesi 'III Liverpool cvres:oniie:it 01 tlie Ne V.ii ll.tiv'in. of Fib-av. writes: "Thecou'ScI the - ,r ..1 irket dm li.ir tlie oast week has P'HOI , ,,..r .1. i.f a K.iilstami'tv natiite. Business has ii 1 h i v ry bri-k bit sMlr-rs have mostly beld th-tr owii. No ta'iliils li'iyon-uirti.t oa w.iat la now 0 dig ai ie 11 a to bJixp'oled mis year, unless spin nt ts uiiuiiiuh to worli l;ie r buiiiii! 1-0 as (O innke .i iliable a lower ranxo of t ries In Liverpool : then tiler Is no uoiiht orders which cm not, on account ut prfrs pe put lb ongh, now would readily beac- t-e(iteil Kwvltits In Memphis, during Hie ofTlelal week at gregtled 2 1.442 baits, agitnrt 33,873 bales the 4-k. and -7 li.l U ilvs the corresnond.iig w,s-k iA-A seas 'ii. The to'al receipts si iuss September 1. l-7.. are 155 bals, against 152.2"0 bales hi tue C )tfe;.oniling llino last season, allowing an Inrrws or 20.0 1 7 b lb s. Total luoelpLs same lime 1.. lta:7 1 111 I,ll7 b Hilpine its dU'lng inei nicla! week aggregated 17.-r,-.-. bniva MiHinst 1 1 .OHO bales the oreviou eek. uml 17.a;si bans Inn corresiiondlng wrsk last season, lotsl eliliiii.ciits sl.icn bepteoiber 1st are )5.355 bV.cs, ng duet 52.2KO bales the same time iu-f hi mii lin-n.HM.iir .'tilrtil bales. SOes iui lug the wek were 23.10 J ba1s, against uml In. If s tbe nrrvloiis week. Of the "J t lllO bales SJld ibis IWk, extorters took 0350 bales; Milliners. 1.Y4M) piles; hpeculs'ors. latKJ bales, t-alea ssine tun last tear. 2."i.ti5i) biles, of which Mikirteis lock IH.TiMIIi tl.-ti gt linvs. H1O0 bale Miiefiilators H. ( b iles. Mldd ing 1 noted 12c, vinai Kl -9 nt the situie ti:n li-sl rear. lie lis tl rliiek on Uaii'lw.s HID 4sll bales, tigalnst KA.fite bles ia.st week, and 1 (,l.(Hl bales at thU lime U:t year. Alrmphls) L'ottaa Movement. vii following shows ths) course of the Memubls market rd lha pinvof niludilng cotton from the oiistilng of t.'ia setson: i,.irn,i s-1.11 in'ier :7 bilei were feeclved. nulli in to. 1 r hli.ned. Iinrlnu October 11.504 lialivTT?iaivHf. 40S balas shipped, and 4050 tasUil ( ST or 7 cr -1 , -i 1 T - - P : " : ? - now lthaf! No fj Nov 14I N.iv.21 Jov. a3 f et. fi 2251 22i51 UlWd'.f V.. 44 2 l'.ii57l VS-14! 24504iiiMl. 3' 2254'.' 12832' 12200 lniir.li; I I'm 10325 I ls M4ij IO t 22OO0 1 1 18 27'i.'.ii.n 'ir-2, 1 00 1 xtt 2S10O, la- T.s telivrains ysierniay I rrmfsyi were araln of a : lo- ;y irlicrs; N i Voik showed another ..a:. Vdt $M!kal Lai a -rtj active OtMIUUi, II which exporters took part and an advance of ifec was secured. In the afternoon, the demand continuing brisk, another advance was asked for. To this buy ers objected and the division restricted sales up to the close, which was with cotton "higher to selL'' ialrrtlay. Satnrd'i'j. flood ordinary tflUi f?ll;'n Lo middling lhlddlln- Hood middling Middling fair. Kalr Market firm. Hold higher. Sales, 4050 bales. Including 1H(M to exporters, 2400 to spinners acd BO to speculators. COTTON STATEMENT. Stock. September 1,1879 380 Received U-dey ,i Received previously 15rt.fi.I7 JKM1 Shipped to dsy Shipped previously. . B.737 .57 osil KW.333 02.S23 103,510 Stock, running account IMPORT3. Thus far this week Thus far lust week Since September 1 10,480 12, 70S lrt5,W47 Memphis and Chirleston B R 1,?,0, Mississippi and Tennessee R. K - '00 Louisville, Nashville and (ireat Southern R. R. iM Memphis and Little Ro.k R. K ....1,007 fsducah and Memphis I3S Steamers 2.3o3 Wagons and other sources o.0 Total .7,410 KXP0KT3. o Thus far this week ! Thus far last week 7.Vi!0 Since September 1 Memphis and Charleston railroad 1.340 Misslselppi ant Tennessee R. R BUI Louisville, Nashville audtireataouihern R. R..1.U05 Steamers north 1 .812 Total 5,737 BF TELEGRA PH. The following are the latest telegrams of t' e do mestic markets, us reported yesterday to the cotton excliauge: i7ll irii-M ,7l iH tfia- Ol2Va t?12iR 1? 1 2 Is i 1 2:M Nomiual. Nominal. Ijiifnt XLU- of I'WK Tc.e-rrn .. il-irkel Ur&pt MUlil'.inq. ttalvertn Klrm. fi.477 I2U New Orleans Strong. 0 207 12'4 Mobll i Klrm. 3 085 12 Savanna! Easier. 7.541 128 Charle-P.n (Jaiet. B.2"1 1W Wilnilngtiil g.Uet. J ,."! 121-j Norfolk Steady. 4,:'4I 12"' Dalilmore Firm. But 1314 New York ... Klrm. 3,170 13 5-10 Br.ston firm. 1,105 la Pollaclelphi-t . . Firm. 25 ) 1'ias Augusta Oilet. 840 12'w The following are the Ne- York spot quotarlons for yesterday: trdlnary. 1 1 'HC; good or Unary, 12c; low inliiullug. lc: nitddlliig, 13 15-lOc; good mid dling. 13 ft-lBe; nil lining fair, 14 5-lric. At 10:30, quiet; 12:15. quiet nud linn; 2:13. firm; 8:10, linn. The toliowlpg Is the latest New York telwirarn of futures: afoitffta. Yesterday. Saturday. January. 13 55t?13.fi0 13.37?1338 Kebruarj 13 82r7!13.83 13 5W(?13rtO March 13.0?14O0 13 77?1370 April 14 10,?14.20 13.lt:iJ 13.05 Mar 14 35(714 37 14 00-H4 11 June 1447r 14.48 14 23?14.2 July 14BH,?I4 64 14.30(114.33 Augist 1458rt 14.00 14.3014.40 December J3 Sir? 13 32 1 3.20r? 13.22 Tbe tone the future mirktt was as follows: At 10:10. Irrefe'iilsr; 1 1 :15, Irr"en.ar; 1 1 :45, firm; 12:45. eteady; 1:30. steady; 2:15, steady; 3:15, firm. Pules 100 000 bales. Tlie New Orleans market closed activa nnd ttrong at 12iia for nilddllug. Siles. 12.500 bales; re ceipts. 0207 baits: stock, 250.308 bales. The Liverpool telegrams iesteruay reported cotton easbr; nild lllng uDlinds, 7 l-1d; Orleans, 7 3-lrtJ. Sales 10.000 bales, of which 7050 were American, ttecelpls, 1500 bales; 1050 were i merlcan. Liverpool futuresopened lower; December, 737 1 82d; December-January, 7ri7 l-32d; Januaiy-Ffb-ruary. 1. 7 1-32, 7 1 lrtd; Februari-ilaich, 7's. 7 3-32d: Jtarch-Anrll. 71r. 7 5-32, 7 3-101; April May, 74, 7 7-32. 7 0-32d; May-Jun?, 74. 7 5-10d; June-Juiy. 7m. 7 5-10, 7 1 1-32L At 3 marknt be Ciine wek. At 5.10: Decsmbrr-Ianuary, 7 l-32d; Jannatv-Febmary. 7 1-lHd; February March, 7 3 10d; March-Apiil, 7'-ii; Jime-July, T-wU futures cloned steady. The movements nt the ports wore reported as f ol- ows: I riM I ImxI iThU Vfak I Witk. 1 Vre. lAi,ittar. Reo'isclneeli'rliJay 70.282 81,888 84.124 Exp'lsto O Britain 20,50k iO).M80 2- 802 Exp'ts loContiiient 15.722 24.770 10.502 Stock 722.327 083,21 l 055.370 Total receipts at all Unll -d t-tates ports. 2.4 40, 742; same date 1878, 2.027.005; same dsbs 1877, 1,752.374. Increase ut receipts at United States ports this year, 422,077. Total stock at all pcrrs, 722,327. iwalnsi 055,370 same time the year be fore; In 1877. 7id.504. GKNEUAL Tit AD E. Ti'iJo in Memphij was very luiy throuj?h out the week; the rattle of drays In the daytime, und store nnd otli.e windows lighted up to iinaccustnnitrd hours at night, tell bow heavily tbe resources of the merchants are called upon. The general tendencyt-f prices is stlllito higher figures, but iui less Impetus the n a week ago. Feed Is comparatively quiet owing to the demand being mostly confined to city wants; eornmenl is in the same position. It Is necessary to printout that various qualities of meal are sent here Justnow.komeof whlen, maiked in vailous w.iys but repor ed to come lrom a single mill, should be exam ined before puichase. This variety has c-jused a va riety of prices; so that strict quotation Is luapossl. le. We learn that the Memphis mill will soou resume grinding, when an article can be hid that may be depended upon Corn was uucnanged yesterday In price, but dealirs hold gojJ stuegs, und there Is no briskness In tho deinsnd. Uats Hdance nlmosl dally. Potatoes have been quiet; sn all an Ivais have ruade tn in stiller., but, as lo.s are on their wy down the river, no iinportint advance appears liktly Just now. F.our Is lirm, but ve reieat quoia tions. Most vegetables are looking stiong Apples are raploly ilstiig. and will apparently be very high as the winter auv.tncs. Orange i are uniisiially lov and abundant. Tin Chicago Tribune, of Saturday, says there was alino.t a panic la their pjrk marl"-.!; "there were large tlTerlugi of pork, which brought things down by the run, and weakened other leading markets In b 111 Prtltiy. Wlti.ln about half nu hour poik bail declined ()ft cents per bar. el; Urd. 45 cents per 100 pounds; wheat, 21-a.cents per bushel; and ooru, li cents per bushel. There was after ward a decided reaction, ana the opening pnees were nearly recovered." it win Da weit for merchants generally to remember that, in many new holders wsnt to sell tliste is a revulsion like this at Chicago. There never was a time nlmi caution lu buying was moie necessary than now. Vuoffffons bfloiri are for round lots at tfie biKtimg aiui the r Uroaddtput; and include neither dray aK, $!ornge.. nor other rzpt.e.i outside if As 6ure trtiyFU and charge- up to the tintc of arrinal. Job bing an t store Hilts are at higher ra Us, as they in clude dray age, stonujt arid profit of lla dealer. FEED Worn sales of 05 sacks of ear corn at 50o; Bxlene(i corn was freely olf fl67a o-ifx-sale of 136 i glore 4M,rric, hran ws ... -. olfering at 4 He: in store, o.i eacas 01 white &t48c; in is unlet, quoting SO; in store, 8035o per cwt. llaij last sales ot timothy at 8213 22; in store. 8131 20; little doing. F LOU It AND ME 1. Flour - sn perl n-, 84 75; extra, 8535 25; double extra, S5 5035 75; tnbie extra. So 7530; family, 80 2530 BO; choice. 50 in: fancy. ia 2i. wmment, was 111 pioniitut offering and ot various qusllly; 00 barrels of choice broiigut sa mi. loo barrets $2 30; we ueara atso of 82 25 and 82 35 being paid a guarantee ana subject nm to reclamation were frequent conditions ot puri'li tse. eii'Vr 1 Uf VQ I,.. I. . I. . n-m a ...'A, na nf.nl Bl. f I.M 1. I It U l.O- t UHIll.t. ncm . l .1, V I , II -I l.V T. . rivals aie looked for; sales were unimportant, r.s holders were l.oiliig lor better prices, but 81 55 was as much as was oflred for pescbblows. Onions, 8434 25. trivtt tiotatoes, Sl5032'a barrel, in store. Tamil's, Ben barrel, n'hitrbeaua.iiffi 25. Kraut balt-barreln. M; barrels, 5 i bo. torse-niKi.s.1, zn c 6 50 a burteL dUrt, 50c a dozen bunches. t'u.V txi'e, 883 9 a hundred, 3 5034 a crate, and la plenty. rut' I is A!SU ,u ts.-.iwi Csi xou i z; a o ir rel. t)-iotrr's, S73M a bauel. oramns. 84 fJ5 50 ier b inei. Jen ons, S.m o 50 per box lin stns -Old, sa; new, S i Per box. r gs. lOo tier lb. Vatts. o per la. i eanuls iteu. oc; wblto, 7e per lb.. Allium t. 22c per lb. Ferans, J3 14c, according to size. liraztl aum. IOC per lb. PUherts, VMfi per lo. Ilulnufs, loo per lb. Cr--ifs, 84 50 per 100. DrUd ArniUx. 7 38a a pound )ruit peaches, c a pouna. .li-rtT Duller, ptr b. Vrtrl butter, 10c per ll. EiiUS AND BUTTER. Euas In treed demand and s'ejuly, 203 lie. Hotter- tood, 123 15o;counlry. 17 322c; choice, 25328c; creamery, U5o; sale of 'd'jO dozen of eggs at 20c POULTRY. Vhu-Heus small, S2; grown, ia oo; bei.s. S3 ., 82 5033. Geese, S3 6034 50 per dozen. Turlc-ys, 88311 per dozen. ureisei tar Iwi, 8a per lb. UUti 1'liOUL'CK. i'of clear sutes, loose, tue: Clear lib. loose, 7c; shoulders, loose, 5c. Sugar. cured h uiis - picked, IOI4C Lard tierce, bi-jc; pulls. 90 Fttkbti MB. if, ktu r-J,t,reqtnners, .t He; hluoquarters. 3 35c .Uudorj, by the care tss, 3 34c Jir.i. 4i?ol4KS. I'tii's-fnt kegs, S2a2 10; halt brls, jf4 25; narrels, 8 50. tJAilE. E rC IVnuriu badiile, oc per lb; oar- eans, U.-;4C .ifntivtrrf iHtcus. 1 mi a aozen; nuxeo, 8131 50. XguirKL, 75c i 1 a dozen. Oysters, 80c. 40c, boc V4""3. l 00 a uo.eu. aauuiis, &i per di zen. UROCKHIE3. CoiTre, 14315c for ordinary, lfic for lair, l0317t'2C lor good fair, I8t-j3 lwi.21 for choice. I'm Imperial, 45, 8.1c tir.ir raw Lou Ulatia.HUiirtiic; cotlee sugar, 1043 loc. cut loaf. lilac j(riscs i.ouisiana, new, -twer-too ier gallon; eastern syrups, common, 8n340c; good, 45c: choice, 50c Kw Louisiana, 7sic; Carullna, Sls Oa. ti perdray had, from store, 81 90 per barrel; delivered, 81 W5 per barrel; coarse, per sack, 81 403 1 50; llus, $1 703 1 75. ilomiitu per bar- rei, ! 1.1. BAtiBlNU A0 Tl K3. li-iggmo nax. IOC; lute. 2 lbs., 11311 Wc Tf s, 82 lo3 2 50; gi tp H J, 82 per bundle. i'iw, l'jc lr 10. LIME AND CEMENT. l.iin, POs a bnrrel; Louis ville remrr.f, 81 75 a btr.-el; llosedale cement, S2 a O-trrei. HIDES. STC Oak sole. Ka38c: hemlock. 253 300 per lb; harness, 823 3Hc; skirt 1114,35330; Krench cs If, 840300 perdoztn; do- niestlo calf, :(y(f4. per dozetu 11 uics urj nini. 20tc: dry salt. 153 10c: green, rtc: grex-n salt, vtk 3 lOo snaptut, tocii il. lurtotp, unoc efs- itnx. jof'ie. CATTLE MARKET. Krey & Schilling, of the Southern stock-yaid, Notth Second street, ret-ott cat tle in ilgut supply ana nrni at quotations lor Kit butcher Dualities, and dun for inferior ami common. Hogs sea tee and higher, with a strong probability of ruing still higher In the near future In coris-quence of the late rise In pr.ces In all the principal hog markets. S beep scarce ana higher, with gomi de mand. F'jr cos and calves there Is onsluernble In quiry, at our quotations. Calves and yearlings ate dull and Inactive. Cattle C'-rn-fed natives. choice. 1000 10 1 100 pounds, 8434 25; good, 850 . . ...... . . 1 . 1 n . . ... 1 (1 1 lll!' ".H'UIIUW. ..,,11., .i, uilTlllllll, 8K) to 120O pounds, 83(7 3 25; Texs, choice, 9O0 to 1100 pounds, S-I 50; medium, 80O to lOOO lbs. 82 7orf3 2n; nttive oxen, stn sjii). iiniu lo140lb. 83rt 3 25; native cxn, rough. lOOOto 2m) lbs, 82 2532 75; cows and hel'ers. 7tS) to OtH) lbs, 8' 25(2 75; grass-fed butchers' quali ties, all weights. 82 5033; inferior and common, 81 non'i 25: calv-s and yearlings, r?r head. 8430; cows and calves, $ 1 5330. best butchers' se lections. lt.il to 200 lbs. 84 2534 50; good to choice, heavy, 8434 10: cotutnou, 10u.l1 aud light. 8.10(133 M. heri Ch' Ice mutton grades, onto 1 10 lbs, S434 50; medium, 8ti to H) lbs, S3 253 y 50; common, per head, 81 253 1 75. IKY TELEGIlAfllA NEW YORK, December 8 Flour more set'vi"; su pertl ne western and btate, 85 2535 80. hye firm; No. 2 western, K1393C Otlfee nominal. Sugar dull snd nominal. Whear unsett'eu; ungraded spring. 813131 Hrtlj Molasses qult. Mice steady and uionerate demand. Poik fall ly active: luess, 81275313. Lard strong; prlmesteam.8 05tt8.15c Whisky nominal, 81 17. LOUI3V1LLK, Decemtier ft. Vlour firmer. Wheat firmer, 81 2731 81. Corn tinner; white, 44c; mixed, 42c Oats higher; white, 40c; mixed, Kw. Rye firmer, 87c. Hay In good demand, 815317. Poik strong. 814314 50. Lard stronger; choice tnar. tierce, 83c; kg, ii. Bulk meals strong, 4-s. n'H37.7i4C, lor loose. Bacon- none in market, bugttr-cunxl hauis.l otic. Whisky hnn, 81 10. CINCINNATI. December 8. F.our tlrmer.Sd lOfT 03037. Wheat strong and higher. 81 JtOi? I 33. Com sleadr, 41rr43c. Oats strong and hUher, 38340c. Rye tlrm. 803 00c. Bailey firmer, 033 i5c. Pork steady. 814. Lard easier. 7.t5c bulk meats dull and nominal; shoulders, 4 JVrc; clear rib, O'sc Ba con dull and m nilua ; clear rib. 7;t4C; clear. 83. (reftfi meals qulel; siioulders. 4".rC; snlss, 0's:; bains, 7te''nVA Whisky active, htin and higher, 81 II. JJuU quiet; choice we.'teni ieirve, 22'i' a;te; .rline western reserve, 18200; prime to choice ceulMl Ohlo,103l8c BT. Ll H IfJ. leoe inner . 8. Flour Qhlet. Wheat flpeottl tii-Uer, cut tk'i.'liaid; N.O. 2 red, yl 8vcd 1 831 cash. 81 337r?l 331 December, SI 85a 1 HhWil 3016 January: No. 8 red, 1 84ts 1 Com better; 87337 cash, 87cBa- nmtor, 88r?i38lKC January. H04e February. Oats beue; 88t.r?38itc cash. 88ai38ic 1 January, 8ttlfee February, kye Dlgber, 78c bid. Barley firm: choice. 85r?00& Whlskv steady, 81 11. Pork hlguei;14 asked cash, 813 70Januiuy. $13 Wo FebniaiT. Dry salt meats slow; loose. 4 30. tt 40. tt.50. 6 60a 0.7On Bacon quiet, 5, 7t&r2c. Lard nominally 7Ot27.65c NEW ORLEANS, December 8. Flour quiet but firm; no low grades; double extra, 85 "5; treble extra, 80 25(?rt50: high grades, 80 62lA37 25. Corn In fair demand and market firm, frit57c Oats stronger, 50c. Corn meal quJet, 82 25 H-iy llrm; prime. 822; choice. 823. Potk quiet but steady, S13r? 14. Lard firm; tierce, 8H38t,ac; keg, HH-triO'". Bulk meats quiet but steady; shoulders. Be loose. fiio packed; clear rib. 714": clear sides, 7lc Bacon dull and nominal; shoulders. Blur? BUc: clear rib. fclfee; clear sides, 0Hc Sugar-cwed bams steady; new, lOrflliiC Whisky steady; west ern rectified. 81 0531 IO. Coffee quiet; Rio. In cargoes, ordinary to prime, 143I7VI0. Sugar dull and wink; Inferior. 5r?5!ic; common to good com mon, BXjrftUBC: fair to fullyalr, Vb87c; prime to choice, 73nr27w; yellow clarlnea, 7a814o. Mo lasses In good demand at full prices: common, 253) 27c; centrifugal, 25382c; fair, 30332c; prime to choice, 83338R. Rice quiet; Louisiana, ordinary to choice. HMt37Vc- . CHICAGO, December 8.-Flour firmer but not quotably higher; superfine, 84 2535; extras, 85 25 (iii fit); western sptlng, 85 7530; Minnesota, 85 7536; winter wheat, 85 7537; patents, 8030. Wheat strong and higher; So. 2 red winter, 81 281-2; No. 2 sprlnn Chiengo, 81 27t cssh, 81 28 Decern bar, SI 2!Hfi January. $1 80131 3014 February; Nc. 3t:hloai0 8orlng,81 12Vi; rejected WOlrijC. Corn stroDg land blgber; 4114c cash. 41 w342e Janu ary, 421-ic February. 47ttoc May; rejected. 88e. Oats strong and higher; 854c cash, 80i,c January, 30wc F'ebruary. 30nc May. Bye active, firm and higher, 77V23780. Barley firmer, flic Potk good demand end pi toes a shads higher: 813313 50 cash, 81 3 80 Q13 82V3 January, 814 021314 05 February. Lsrf quiet and firm; 7-70c cash, 7.821&C January, 7.17V;'5 February. Buik meats steady and firm, 441, O.M). 0 Vi h Whisky steady. 81 11. Clmv. Wheat firm. Cora firmer, but not q'totably higher. Oats firm. Pork easier; declined zl35c Lord easier; declined 2 1,3c. DRY GOODS. IBT TtCLEGRAFHJ NEW YOBK. December 8. Cotton goods con tinue falriy active and pi Ices are very strong. Fruit of the loo a bleached cottons have been advanced; brown drills and plaid osnaburgs are higher; prints are In fair demand aud firm; Paclllo prints and robes are In fair demand and firm, and have been advanced one-half cent. Men's-wear woolens are firm. Flannels are fairly active and In light sup ply. F'orelgn goods are quiet. i.IVKil NKWS. Kivera and Weather. The following official table pivea particu lars concerning the condition of rivers and weather at all Important points: OFFICK SIONAL SERVICK U. S. A.. 1 M KMPHis, December 8, 1879. I Above low water. Changes. STATIONS. Fall Cairo Cincinnati.... Davenport.... Dtibuque. Helena, Ark.. Keokuk Leavenworth . Little Rock,.. Louisville..... mentnhla.. Nash vi lie New Orleans.. Pltt3bur? Bui-eveport. ... St. Louis Yhiksbiirt; 41 By Telegraph. NASHVILLE, December a River falling, with 9 feet on the shoals. PITTSBURO, December 8. River 6 feet 5 inches and rising. Weather clear and cold. CINCINNATI, Dscamber 8. River 10 feet 9 Inches and rising. Weather clear and cool. EVAN9VILLE, December 8. River rising, with 6 feet by the gauge. Weather clear and cool; mercury. 47 deg. Down: Bedford, Cincinnati to New Orleans. NEW ORLEANS, December 8 Weather-partly cloudy; thermometer, 73 deg. Arrived: Charles Morgnu, Cincinnati; John Ollmore and barges, St. Louts. VICKSBTJRG, December 8. River unchanged. Wevber cloud t; thermometer, 73 deg. Up: Cbas. P. Chouteau, last night; Joe Kinney, 5 pin. Dwn: Guiding Star, 2 pin. LOUISVILLE, December 8. River rising slowly, with 0 feet 2 Inches In the canal and 4 feet 2 Inehes on fails. Weather cloudy and pleasant lti: Andy Baum, Memphis to Cincinnati. Down: Wild Boy and tow, I ronton to New Orleans; M. S. Xhanbauser and tow. New Orleans. CAIRO, December 8 Noon. Arrived: Fannie Lewis, St. Louis. 8 pro. Departed: Fannie Lewis, Memphis, II pro; Annie P. Sliver, New Orleans, midnight. Weather clear and cool Night River 18 feet 5 Inches and sislng. Weather light rain; mercury, 42 deg. Arrived: My Choice, St. Louis, 7 pin. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Rise FoeL Indies inches 18 5 16 10 4 2 H 4 3 1 ''4 8 2"" 4 8 8 8 5 6 8 10 IO 4.. 12 1 13 1 1 6 3 6 2 11 11 13 11 4 Rain FalL Weather. 7:j0 a.m. 2:.)0 p.m. H: 'O p.m. Cloudy. Cloudy. L't rain. Maximum therwometer,t3 deg. K niimim rhrmonieter, 55 de Rainfall. 0.17 inches. R. T. DA9.SE if. Private 31g. Corps, D. 8. A. novetnenla sit the trevee. ARRIVALS. W. P. Hilllday.St. Louis; Ste. Genevleve.St. Louis; J. D. Scully, St. Louis; Golden Rule, Cincinnati; II C. YeRRsr, New Orleans; Paris C. Brown, New Or leans; City of Vlcksburg. Vu-ksburg; J. G Fletcher, Arkansas rlvtr; James I. -e. Friars Point; Coahoma, Frlais Point: George W Cheek. Os-wola; Osc-sola tit-lie, Osceola; Mark Twain. Bledsoe landing; Bates vllte, St. Frani-l river; Grand lower, Su Louis; iUrd Cash, White river. DEPARTURES. W. P. Halllday, New Orleans; James HjwarJ, New Orleans; Golden Rule, New Or, cans; Grand Tower. Vlcksburg; Ste. Geoevieve, St. Louis; City or Vlcks bunr St. Louis: Paris C. Brown. Cincinnati: Vint sninkle, Cmdntnui H. C- Yttgecr At. Loul-1. U- Fletcher, commerce; James i,ee, friars point; ixa boma. Greenville: George W. Cheek. Osceola: Osce ola Belle, Osceola; Katie Hooper, Arkansas river. IN PORT. Hsttie Nowland, Batesvllle. Rapid Transit, J. I Scully, Hard Cash. BOATS DUE. Down Shields, James W. Girt,;Fann:e Lewis, An nie P. Silver. f-Gold Dust, Ouichlti Bslle Mirlla Spesd, Ciirier. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. St. Louis-Fannle Lewis, J. T. Cartwrlght mas ter, 5 p.m. Ktw Orlbams Annle". Silver, D. IX. Silver mas ter, 10 a.m. St. Frsncis Rives-Hattle Nowland, J. J. Dar ragh master, 5 p. 111. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Golden Rule 525 pkgs sundries, n C. Yeager 147 bns molasses, 400 sacks FalL Mark Twain 00 bales cotton, 1414 sacks cotton Grand Tower 100 brls Hour, 8 16 sks corn. 9 bales cotton, 101 sundries. J. G. F.etcaer 177 bales cotton, 465 sacks cotton-seed, lot sundries Rapid Transit 128 bale3 cotton, 450 sacks cot ton seed, lot sundries. Geoigti w. Cheek 07 biles cotton, 81 bags seed cot on, 1320 sicks cotton seod. Coartoint 94 bales cotton, 10 bags seed-cotton, 98 sscks cotton-seed, lot sundries. James Lee -012 bales cotton, 2051 s icks cotton seed. 2 cow nnd calves. 9 pkgs sundries Hard C tsh (blue ribbon trip out of White river to Memphis) 1283 biil-s c lion, 1 wagon, 2 mules, 45 oil barrels. 3 brls whisky, 10 pkgs sundries. Osceola Brl e- 420 bales coi ton, 43 bags seed-cot-tor, 1 l.i7 sacks coiton seed, 20 pkgs sundries. JJatcsvllle Brought cut of St. Francis river 887 bu'es co .ton. 023 sacks cotton-sed, 8 pkgs sundries. c'.ty of Vtcsbur 4 4S bales cott 11. 30 bags seed-cotton, 1834 sks txtton-seed, 42 pkus sundries RecbihLs by river since last report, 3)03 bales cot ton, 185 wads seed-co-ton, and 8912 sacks cotton seeii. John D Scully 2200 brls fiju-. 350 sks bran, 054 grluCstoues, C tarpaulins, 13 brls hominy and grits. Ste. Geneviev- 700 brls flour and meal. 50 wet barrels, 420 rolls bugging, 100 sacks corn, 74 bales bay, 80 bxs bacon, 208 kegs lead, 200 pkgs lard, 9 bales cotton, 15 bags seed-cotton, 2210 pkgs mer chandise. Erevee Paragraph. Business brisk. Christmas is almost la port. Weather 'alf-an-'alf, so to speak. Local packets continue to get all they want a St Paul dispatch says the river Is frozen over at that point. Ths iron Mountain is here filling up her barges for New Orleans. Tbe E. M. Norton and produce barges passed down for New Orleans yesterday. The Gull is due from the Ohio this morning. She returns to-morrow evening. The Gold Dust, due up fur St. Louis, has 521 bales cotton tor Cairo engaged here. The Katie Hooper took her departure for up Ar kansas river yesterday evening. Kleven arrivals and twelve departures Is what Cairo's Sunday dispatch chronicled. The R. K Lee lost a rouster overboard at Vlcks burg the other day. Only arous'er. The towboat Greyhound, with a tow of Shotwell coal, arrived out of the lower Ohio yesterday. The Shlnt Vlukle aid n't get away until Suuday evening, because she eouldu't get her load on. The Ste. Genevieve returned to St. Louis Sunday evening takotg 513 bales cotton for reshlpmeut at Cairo. Tbe Cheek's new schedule Is printed elsewhere. Persons Interested In the upper bend trade saould con It. Tbe J. G. Fletcher went out for Commerce ye ter day lu place of the Rapid Transit, which lays over for repairs Tbe Paris C. Brown passed up for tbe Ohio river Sunday morning with 000 tons freight, principally sugir and molasres. The U. P. Schenck had to lay over at New Orleans till this afternoon on account of not being able to get ber cargo aboard. Tha James Howard sailed for New Orleans Sun day morning with 700 bales cotton, 1150 barrels oil and 2950 sits oll-vMke. Plt'sliurg dispatches say that a very light run of coal will come out on the present rise, and no fur ther rise Is now expected. Tbey break heads down on the levee at Vlcksburg. A netrro named Smith got bis "cocosnut" fixed that way br another named Charley Williams, the other dHy. The Golden Rule bad a good trip on as slis passed down for New Orleans yesterday. She discharged 525 pack tges, and added 200 empty oil-barrels here. The City of Vlcksburg, with her stumpy chimneys pased up for St. Louis sutiday night. She will have her smoke-stacks rebuilt when she gets to her desti nation. Instructors Rallston and Gronauer, who have been at Little Rock aud aoout for several days, returned yesterday, and will leave for St. Francis river to-day ou etliclal business. 1 he Coahoma, the fUst packet In the John D. Adams irl-weeklv mall line, left for Greenville yes terdsy evening. The Ouachita Belie goes out for the same destination Thursday evening. The levee's fullest capacity was called Into service yesterday for d,rch!trglt g purposes. Tbe levee was crowded with freight from Jetferson street to the foot of Gayoso. and the wharf was Jammed with ttesru ets The R. M. Bishop was severely handled by a wind storm at Coattanooga Friday night, tone received no damase. but was broke loose lrom her moorings and blown into the bank on the opposite side ot the r ver. C attanooga Titue. Sunday: "On thUQast trlD. the first she has ever made, the Chattanooga went a few miles above Loudon. AH the machinery worked ad mirably, and she made excellent lime. This Is a beautirul boat, well built, ai ranged and officered, and will no doubt gain a very large trade." It that quarantine station at tbe foot of Pre si dent's island is ot any value to the Taxing-District. something bad better be done soon to save It from caving into the river. Big Muddy has taken a lease on ibid territory, and It will not be long before all the buildings will s.art on a voyage toward Jtads- Viur. New Orleans riefntne. Sun (in v.- "Tbe Ed Rich trdBOn will leave 'lue!H nlbt for Memphis. The ,1 jt.i A. Scndder having been withdrawn by the Au cuor line, to be ued lu the trade, between HL Louis and this city, the Ed Richard sou will take her place 111 ujr meuipuis irauo. aao una oeD puMjea IS lost rxceueai couui'.iprj. captain jona w. Csuutoa tvui Bar. Tcer Wind. 80 00 57 S K. 30.01 ttl K. "80.03 59 K. ' co nm.tnd her, while Jules Douglass and Jesse Jam ison will obey his orders In the pilothouse." Vlcksburg has s "lower landing." but they are bothered to death about what name to give It. Jim Sullivan communes with the muses sometimes, why can't he spit from his tongue's end one of those music-lily poetle phrase which his prollBi genius often Inspires his pen to write? Jeeins, Immortal ize yourself. The Josle Harry will have to come again If she wishes to hold on to the blue ribbon. The Hard Cash's last trip out ot White river footed up 1283 bales. Such a rivalry Is pleasant, brings cotton to Memphis, and money to theb mt's till. Keep It up, and let the bead man at the end of the season take the 'orns. Now hoop 'em up, and the Appeal will keep tlly. Captain J. D. Randall has chartered tho Hattle Nowland, to leave for all points on St. Francis river at five o'clock this evening. In place of the Bates villa. We are not Informed as to the why and where fore of this change, but trisss Cspttln Rsndall's patronage has outgrow 1 b:s boat's capacity. The Battle's crew, headed by CapUln John Dai ragh, will make the trip. The Arkansas City Jourrud sajs: "The Parts C. Brown came down with a big trip, a big mate aod a big club, but no men. It was a matter of great curi osity among tbe rounders as to what use that mate made of his sawlog. After spending about thirty hours bousing seven or eight fdckly niggers tbe captain and cabin crew had to pitch In and discharge the freight. Steamboats are having a great deal of trouble w.th their deck cretts. Labor is not scarce by any means, but tbe 'nigger roosters ' are atrtsh to a large d gree. Tbey have been paid too much and not work enough for the money, and are eorrespond Ingli 'sassy.' There la a spc!es of bulldozing arid Democratic outrege being perpetiated on the nigger of which Jim Blaine, of Maine, and Me LordRo'coe Conk ling fall to tak r.otlse. The outrage consists of paying a lot of trilling lazy niggers from fifty to eighty dollars per month and board to roll cotton and pat out tre'ght on steamboats. If either of the above named statesmen will cite anylustance of un skilled labor bnlng paid at the above rate In the north we would be glad to know Ic The nigger In this country has it In his power to stop tbe entire commerce of the Mississippi, and to-day th y are paid b-tter wages and do less work than nine-tenths of the while labor up In God's country. Yet there are plenty of people who c in b- nride to believe they are o .treged and down-trodden, and only want half a chance to Ity to bleeding Kansas foi relief. The only hope s' earn boats have lelt Is to ro as ships do In en gaging a crew have every man slgi proper shipping articles, binding them to complete the voyage and do tbe wo:k for which tne.y we.e hired. As the present arrangement exists, a b3at has no assurance that the crew will not desert "t tbe slightest provocation. As soon as any wot k Is to be cone, the negroes strike for more pay or quit. A slight reform in the manage ment of some of the steamboat mates would be beneficial, too. Some of these gentry have no more Idea b 'W to handle neilhan anoister has of danc ing Boats will hnve to taks some prompt acd de cisive action to protect themselves, or lie up and let the negroes gtnrve awhile " ARE YOUJNSURED? C.53.WEIS?SS&Co General Insurance Agents, Ko,5 Madison street, Memphis. FIRST-CIASS COMPANIES REPRESENTED. Losses promptly settled, titiihoases and Ckinntry Mtsres specialties BA.RTII01L08I&W & ALIsEM, No. 4.0 North Court Street. Orders for new roofs or repairing promptly attended to Masquerade Suits. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Theatrical and Fancy Costumes WHiH, BEARUM, ETC. Private and Amateur Theatricals. Tableaux and Mask Balls, Furnished very Cheap. Sam'l IVlay.Costumer, 237 I A IX HTRKKT. Ayer's TIcdr Victor, von r.ESTor.iNG cn.w HA'n to its T.'ATUr.AL V:TAL5T AMD Cl'LOH. Tr is a irjf-sl arct a' !o rti-ossiojr. wliich is a I liiu-i; i::'-:iiii s n:iil i-n't-i'! ii:il, fur iro stTtiii 1 1:0. liati-. Ii iis,L.iri'3, wi;H the jli.ss ami fn'slivss t.f yr utlt, failoil nrray, li'il, aial ivil hair, l a ritit lirmvn, or deep lil:;cU, as may lu lii'Fifi'il. 3Iy i'.s use thin h.tir is lliickoncil, an.J balitiii-ss often tli'Uirrh litit always cnivtl. Il t l:i-iks falling of tho L;:ir iinnictiiatoly, aiil causes a now growth in all cases where tlie glands are Tinr-flt't'iibfl- TrnioT Ta tirrtsfTy trenrprrr oihcr.wisc tlisoascil hair, it imparts vitality ami sU'iMith, ami romleis it piiabla. Tho VifiOit cleaiisi;s the scalp, cures an.l prevents the forinaliou cf ihuulruit ; r.::;l. by its cooling, slinntlaling, ami footliiit!; ro;jeflic!s, it koa's most if not all of the hmiiots ami tliswtscs jioculiar to Uie st':.!-, kccii!ig it coo!, clean, ami soft, iimltr wliich co::iiii:o::s tliscascs of the scalp and hair are impossible. As a Dressing for Ladies' Heir, The Vigor is incomparable. It is eoier-It-sf, Ciiiif.tiiis yieithcT oil nor dye, and will not s til v.hite cambric. It imparls an arree.;l.i!e and lasiincr perfume, ami as as article for the toilet it is economical-and unsurpassed in i'.s excellence. PREPARED BT Br. J. CATER-& CO., tell, Mass, Practical anrl Analytical Chemists. OT.T BT ALT. PTtmOTBTS FVKUYAVTTETtS PRESCRIPTION FREE Pop tho speedy Cure of Spminal Weakness, Lost Manhood, Premature lloOUity, Nervousness, Despondency. Confusion of I4oas, Aversion to Socie ty, Defective Memory, and all Disorders Brought on by Secret Habits ana Excesses. Any drusgist has the ingredients. AaJreu, DR. JAQUES St CO., ISO West Sixth Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. PBESCBirTIOS FKKE JJtOR THE SPEEDY CUBE of Seminal Weakness, Jj Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has the ingre dlento. DR. JAQUES 4 CO., 1HO wear BiTtn ctm. innrtnnltfL SWEET HAVI a Aii.ui ,1, pnntiniiiftl ExDOfltSon for fin chtirii'tf quail' it n and mxrelieacm and biUr-f cAar actor of twreteuit.g wtft jitnoring. Tao Dtt toboc& vr niade. A our bhia strip tntdo-rof rk ciottt.y ltiiitaletl on Inferit-r poode. c that J rltnn fiat. It ot every plnf. So)l hf all dealers, deuA for UDJ frt. fo O. A. Jii:iti7i k Cc. Mfr.. Pt-v,rtir. V WANTED! White Oak Stave Bolts 50O cords Wlitieoak Stare Bolts For particulars address MEMPHIS COOPEB1GE AD M'F'G CO., 18 MAdlson etreet, Memphis, Tenn. PLi!ia Comliln.ncaTifloperaUnffinBnTorrlera iu oua Vawt b utn has "Very n.lvuta'e of cnjui!, witb kill(u.niaiiafitt:iit. I.i f prufllsdlvlUed proiitt ioa tiivmtnieutaut to $111,004, Circular, with tullt-x. Lnallonii how ail cmi accent In stock Hliuin,mili-!f ruw LiWUKNt'K A CO., 65 Kxc1aU Place, Now York. -AT- C5-t!lS "W 2ES ANO ECLIPSE GINS. Office t,F Cabver Gis and Machine Co., Collier Shelby and M'Call streets. WI have a supply on baud of ths Light-draft, F8t-cl!irilnK Carver Coiton Gin, and also tbe renowned Eclipse Hulling Gins and Condensers and jieeaers, and are r repawn to ao cm repairing promptly. ijskv&k itri awu mauhimb co. J. J.KAWJLING8 & Co Cotton Factors And Co 111 mi ion Herclmnts, 332 FKOXT STREET, rn--tnlr WfeniDlila-. TtnsMuM MINTER PARKER, Real Estate Broker & Cental Agent Corner. BadisoB. XE2PH1& 1 . ?.-A':-::Vfr s '"- s' -?''s7',-r:-.'4s.l fM Tolacco Pilllll CIKL LEUBRE BROS AN OPEI AMONG THE LADIES The brilliant, fascinating tints of Complexion for which ladies strive are chiefly arti ficial, and all who will take the trouble may seenre them. These roseate, bewitching hues follow tlie use of Hagan's Mag nolia Balm a delicate,. harm less and always reliable article. Sold by all drnggists. The Magnolia Balm conceals every blemish, removes Sal lowness, Tan, Kedness, Erup tions, all evidences of excite ment and every imperfection. Its effects are immediate and so natural that no human being can detect its application. BJl.!V.l,V!"1 3 3 P3 9. e 1 SSSHjl arWeVeiy Cheap AS I am wanting money, I will sell Monuments Tablets and Headstones, for HO days, at the actual cost of materUl and labor on It- Come soon and get a bargain, at Thomas MaydwelPs Marble Yard, 38 Union St., bet. Main and Sfcond. till . A. POOL TS the most successful and cheapest In Chronic and A. FrlVAte Dlsea.es. Office, No 6 Mulberry street near B le. Memphis. the Cincinnati Packing Co PACKKR8 OF PORE, LARD, A3D QUEEN OF THE WEST BRAND " -OF I xtra Xnur-f nrcti Hams, Nhuuldcra, and CreakTast ilacon, OlnoinTiati. Oliio. SEED! Wheat, Kye, Barley, Clover, Herds, Bine, Orchard, Timothy, Cabbage, Lettnce, Cauliflower, Onion Sets", Kale, Spinach, Etc., Tresh and genu ine, receiving b j R. G. CRAIG & CO. 377 Main Street. Tt e e s! WE offer inducements to parties desiring to plant Shade and Ornamental Trees and Ev ergreees. Our stock has been grown and carefully cultivated the past summer, and never looked more beautiful. Fifty tbousand Asparagus Roots and.Fy- racantu neage riauts, an grown ana lor saie oy B.G.CB116 & CO., Agricultural Implement & Seed Dealers, 877 Main street. Memphis, Tenn. M PrwrinllAti Fnr tllli llmnlv rinra nf Hinn. inal WeuXueKH. Lokh of Manhood, aud all diHorders brouirut on liy iiuliscrvtiou orexcesu. Any Druggist nas the im.Ti.ai.iitH. Address D WlDsON & CO.. 78 Nassau St., N. Y. TUTJSTEE'S SALF. TTNDEB and by vl'tue of two trust deeds executed to us oy tt. Aoenier ana wt'e. A. M. Koenier. dated December 2iJ. 1876. and Mar 22. 1K7. and ot record In record book volume 7. page 877. and volume, page 146, of tbe Keelster'a office of Mis sissippi county, Arkansas, towhlcn reference is here mace, we will, at the request of the beneflclHry there. in, ana ior tne purpose ot paying tne indeuieaness tnerein securea, on Taendsy, Jsiisry A. 1SHO. at 1 1 o'clock a.m., at the Bouthwest eorner of Main and Madison streets. In tbe city ot Memphis. Shelby county. Tenn., offer for sale, and sell to the bUgbest bidder, for cash, the following described real estate situated, lying and being In Mississippi county, Ar kansas, and described as follows: Fractional section 14. township 14. range iteast: southeast t4 of sec tion 14. township 14, range 9 east ; southeast 14 of sec tion 15, township 14. range 9 east, containing 40 acres, more or less, ana Known as tne Hector naoe. All right of redemption and homestead is waived, and wa believe the title to be good but sell as trus tees only, w. V. TAYLOR. Smith Collier. Att'ys. O. W. MACHAE. Trustees. Non.eefiident Notice. No. 8424- In the Chancery Court of Shelbv county. Tenn W. A. Wheatley, Adm'r of M, M. Jones, de ceased, vs. William K. Jones, et aU f T appealing from affidavit In this cause that the 1 aeienaant. wm.. jooes, r. it wnitaeld, jr., Mary Whitfield. Natalie Whitfield, Ltllle Owen, W. P. Owen, Clinton Whltneld, Calvfn Jones, fieorge Jones. Lucie Mtthle. Adallne Stabler, Stabler, Kate MIchle, Win. Maxwell, Henry Maxwell. J. K. Fisher. D. K. Flsber. O. L. Mosebv. Vannv Bl Har- rold, barrold, WUIe B. Miller and A Oppenhel mer are non-resldants of the mate of Tennessee: Is Is therefore ordered, That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse of Shelby county, In Memphis. Tenn.. on or before tbe first Moods In January, 1880, and plead, answer or demur to 00m- Dlainant's Din. or toe same win be taken for eon f eased as to them and set for hearing expaite; and inaiacopyoi mis oruer joe puutisneu once a week, for four s'jece sive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal, i. ills out osy m an3cemuerv 10 4a. , A cot iy attest: B. 3. BLACK, Clerk and Master. J By K. B. M 'Henry, Deputy Clerk and Master. Hants 4 larleri Sols, iw complalnaat,. lv LfcaHar tMHOaaa B. K. PLAIN. W. A. WILLIAMS. W.H.EAB3SR fc CO, SlAWUFACTUKKjKS OF Doors, Sash, Bits il Molip, ALL KINDS OF ROUGH AND DRESSED LUMBER, OFFICE AND 35 8 and 360 Second 8 END FOB OTJR XV. St. Qalbreatli. COTTON 2LS. tWOnr Warehouse (llataal Storage Compsnj) is now open, read j to receive eotton on wtairli we will make Iileral cash ndvnneef. NAPOLEOH HILL, HLLFONTANE&CO COTTON FACTORS AND 296 and 298 FRONT STREET, I MEMPHIS.... TEN. I tSfAeent for the Celebrated M. HKACHAU B. Jfi. Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND SAXtT I o. O Union sireet. : C B. Moore. MOORE BASSE J3oalora In. oors, Sash, Blinds, Elloldings, liiimber, Xath and SLinirles, 351-353-359 Second street, : JMempliis, Tenn. MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND WHOLESALE Tobacco. Pipes and 286 Main street, Memphis and Respectfully Inform their friends and the trad that stock of good. In the m.rkt. fyOrders EM SOLS JPSOPKIETOIIS OF Old a H TRADE EEGISTEEED. Old Kentucky SOUR MASH J. C. NEELY. S. H. KS. NEELY WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, Ko. 36V Front street, Memphis, Tenn. Chick as aiv Iron WorJcs! cto Xjivormoro, Prop'Si 98 Second St., opp. Market Siware, iflenipliis. tSTlIiii O P EX-HATE HOT BEEN CLOH Aiverisvs and nre-pren'red to promptly AH all orders for j IMPORTANT SPECIAL. NOTICE. TN view of tbe constantly Increasing popularity and demand for tbe eelebratsd Arrow XI a the onl X versally recognized fayorlts Tie of Planters, Cotton Press men, and Shippers of Cotton generally the American Cotton Tie Supply Company, sole proprietors and manuta -turers of setd Tie, commanding une Qualed facilities, have, In addition to tbelr large stozk on hand, co .traced for Increased quantities, euftl- cienc w meet me largest aemana ror uouon lies 10 cover tne entire crop or me coming sen-ton; ana now, through their Aicents eener-illy. off er the popular and Irreoresslble AKHOW TIK at lowest market price, In bundles complete. It being tbe purpose or the Company to merit the continued p itronage ot the plant ing community, ana aery an competition tost may anue. Office of the American Cotton Tie Supply Co., So. CO Caroudelet St., Kew Orleans JXO. K. WPKF.lt A 'Q.. Wperfl Agentw. TTf fmphlw. B. w. KAYIVg. Pn-lrlt Grange Agent and Commission Merchant, Has Reopened at 350 Front fttrcef, Memphis, and begs leave to Inform the public that be is ready aii consignments are F9W.ROWILBTT. Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant, lVo. 355 Front street. Uleinpliin, Tenn. John B. Bmlllvmsi. M.GAVIN&GO. Wliolesale Grocers, Cotton Factors. And. Commission Mercliants, QOQ Front stroot, IWToxxiiplais, Tenn. Betwem Ariaas. a aid JeTeiriiB. Our HAJOB T. J. COWQILL devotes his wnofe time our enanro. we nave our own cotton Warehouse, corner Washington And second. JOS. FADER. HENRY FADER, FRAEM & GO. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors ' 204 Front ctrcot Hewnliis. Tcxxnt! V: W. H. EADER. SHINGLES, LATH, ETC , ETC. FACTOBY: street, Memuhis, Tenn PRICE-LISTjF J. M". FowIkeM. FACTO JEBOUE HILL. COR. THIRD AND LOCUST STS., ST. LOUIS MISSOURI. F. Carver Cotton-filnsi. JSj n&A.JHA3I. J. U. POMTOM. AGENTS, : : : Mempliis. Tenn. . T. Basaett. TT & CO. DEALBBS IN Smoker's Articles. 310 East 54th street, New York. they have on hand the largest and best selected solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. ME WHISKI BROOKS. H. M. NEELY. I Have on hand a stock ot KIsbet, Broaba, ana umer ouuiuaru work In the Foundry and Maehlne-ahop Lire it handle consignments of cotton and other produce. respectfully soucitea. Xitii. Clartt. M. J, Clarlc to the Welgning and Sale of ali Cotton Intrusted to FRANK. J. SUOARMAN RS, x annissee, , 2 . OUR . A P. E. HOPKINS a CO. MEXiMaVEUY. MEMPHIS. tftBENCH PATTERN BONNETS. Square Crown, 1 Derby. Jockey Caps. Hats. Bonnets. Flow. Ribbons, Ke&tners, Etc., at Jteducetl 1'rtcea. 269 MAIN ST., Opp. Court Square Trustee's Sale BY VIBTCK of a deed of trust, made to me as trustee on tbe 2Htb day of February. 1877. by A. T. Lcey. sr., Columbia Laeey, his wife, and A T. Lacey. tr.. for the purpose of securtne a note for $3r)00 mentioned In said deed, .hlcii deed has been duly recorded lu tbe Kt giber's oftieeof bbelby coun ty, Tennessee. In Book So llrt. page 400, and Is hereby referred to for further ceitalntv, I will, on Hatarday, lerenbrr 7. 1S79, at the southwest corner of Malna"d Mad1on streets. in juempnis. Tennessee, fell wltntii leenl nours. nt public outcry, to tbe hlehest bidder, for cash, tbe property aescnoed In said tmst deed, to wit: Lots Nos. two hundred and two (202) and two hundred and three (203), as laid down on the plan of Cbel sea. m w a part of the city f Memphis, Tennessee, on tbe southeast corner of Hreenlsw and Fifth streets: each ofsMd lots f online stventy-four and n quarter (7414) ft on Ftrtli street and tunning back ea h one hundred and forty-eight and a half (148t2) feet 10 an alley. Trie right and equity of redemption Is expressly waived In said deed of trust and the title Is believed to be perfect, but I will sell and convey the same only as trustee. w. l,. t-LAPf, Trustee, No. 313 Main street, Memphis. Chancery Sale of Ileal Estate. No. 2814 R. Chancery Court of Shelby County W. a. ixnnran. aum r, etc.. vs. w. a. bitnonton el au BY VIRTUE of an Interlocutory decree for sale, ei. tared In tbe above cause on the fifteen in day of April. 1879. M. B. 24. n. 205. and renewed No vember 14. 1879. 1 will sell, at public auction, to the blsbest bidder, in front of tbe Clerk and Master's ofllce. courthouse of tbe Taxing-District of Shelby county (late Memphis), Tennessee, on Fus.may. ucrcaikiir I :t, 7U, within legal hours, the following described property, situated In Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wlt: In civil district No. 2. and bounded as follows: Beginning at a sweetgum bush and dogwood marked S, the north east corner of the tract of land, on whlcb Jesse L. Strajborn now resides, and running thence N. 12 deg. W. 27 chains 39 links to a stake; thence N. 84ta deg. w. k chains 18 links to a stake: thence S. 12 "eg. K. 3 chains 9 links to a stake; thence N. 8IL4 deg. W. 87 chains 82 links to a hickory; thence 8. 2l deg. W. 24 chains 55 links to a hornbeam; thence S. 84 '4 deg. E 59 chains !0 links to the be ginning; contululng 122 acres more or le?s. 'lerui. or saie-un a creuit ot 1 una iwmontos; purchaser to execute notes with approval personal security In equal amount; lien retalued; redemp tion parreo. xnis isovemoer i;i. iiy. R. J. BLACK, aeik and Master. Flnlay, Pe'ers A Greene. A'.ty's for Corn pi' t. BY virtue of the decree of the Circuit Court of the United States for tbe Western District of Ten nessee, cluing In equUy, and ot the deed of mort gage made by the Memphis Water Company to se cure the vayment ot Its six hundred bonds hereto fore issued, referred to in raid decree. I win proceed between tbe hours of ten (10) o'clock a.m. and three (a) o'clock p.m., on tne Flfcrrntn Iay of Ilw-rmhcr, 1879, at tbe front door of the courtbouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, to sell, at public auction, to tbe highest bidder, for cash In hand, all the fran chises, rights, privileges and property of the Mem phis water ittmpany, inciuaing tne contract oetween It and city of Memphis for the rrrt of Ore hydrants and everything conveyed by the said deed of mort gage. Tbe purchaser will be required to pay down to me at the time and place of sale on account of tbe purchase not less than ten tbousand ao liars In cash. or Its equivalent In the bonds and coupocs secured by the said mortgage perrstued by the said de cree; the balance of the purchase money over and above the amount so to be paid down must be paid In cash or Its eaulvalent In the bonds and coupons secured by the moi tgage ss permitted by the decree, within sucb time after tbe confirmation ct the sale as the court may then order, not exceeding nlntty (90) days. Tbe sale will at once be referred to the court, and will b. subject to Its rejection or continua tion; and upon Its confirmation and the payment of tne nurcbase money, tbe court will, by tbe proper de cree, divest the title to the sold and vest it absolutely in the purchaser, freect from tne ngut ana equity 01 redemption. EKLL W. ETHKEIDfiK, commissioner. is bukki prey. In tbe District Court of the United States for the Western District or Tennessee In the matter of tbe Southern Life Insurance Company, Bankrupt In bankruptcy. To tbe Debtors of said Bar krupt: NOTICE Is hereby given that, under an ordt r of the Court, the Bills Receivable. Loan Notes. Led; er Balances, etc.. belonging to said estate, will be sold at publie auction, for cash. In the city of Memphis. snetoy county, 'jenn., on iTiaay, jaly S3. IH7B, at ten o'clock of said day. in front of the Planters Insurance Building. No. ai Maaisan street. A list of the same can be seen at our otiioe. No. 39 Madison stieet. U WOOLD&IDUg, C. T. PATErlSON, J. A. MORRIS. Memphis, June 23, 1879. Ass'gnees. r7In consequence of tbe prevalence of the yel- low-tever In the city ut tbe time the sale as above ad vertised was to nave been made, It was postponed, and will losltlvely tke place on XneriJa. Ur. ermtM-r 4, lHil Rt 10 o'clock ot salu day, In front of the Courthouse, In the said city and county. U. WOULUKiDliE, C. T. PATEKSON, J. A. MORRIS, AsAltmeea. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 2191, B Cnancery Court of Sbe:by county. C Jones et ai. vs. wm. Jumper et ai. TY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale. en- O tered lu the above cause on tue 24th October, 1877. M. B. 19. o. 388. and renewed July 10. 1879. M. B. 25, p. 88, I will seil at public aucilon,-to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's ofllce, couttbnuse of the Taxing-District of Shelby county (late Memphis), Tennessee, MatarUai, llfrrubrr . im79. within legal hours, the folio, log described property. siruatea iu sneioy eounty, reiinessee, to-wii: An undivided one-third Interest In a lot of land In Mem phis. Tenn.. beginning at a stnke on tne west side of Turley street 90 feet from tbe southwest comer of beale ana 1 uriey stieets, running thence west paral lel with Beale street 90 feet t. a stake; thence south i.O feet to a stake; thence east 90 feet to a stake on wjst side Turley street; thence north with Turley s-reet HO feet to the beginning. Terms of bile on a cr.-dtt of seven and twelve mouths: purchaser to execute note with ant roved security; lien retained. &i Tula isovemuer 22. lKiH. B. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. L. B. McFarland, Jarnagln A Frayser, Ii. C. King, solicitors. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 1855, R L'hmceiy court of Shelby county, L B. fc'Karland vs. A. D. Helstand, et al. BT virtue of au Interlocutory decree for f ale, en tered in tho above ciuse on July 9, 1877, M. B. 18 p 571. and renewed March 19.1879, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the cleik and master's ofllce, courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee on within legal hours, the follnwlngdescrlued property. situated in &QelDy county. Tennessee, to-wlt: of the Helstand subdivision, a plat or diagram of which Is of record and on hie In aaldctuse, andtowh eh reference Is made for more part'cularl'y, to-wlt: Lot 8 Beginning 200 feet south ot Helttand avenue, at the southeast corner of lot 7. and fronting on Currtn avenue 120 feet, and running back west be tween parallel lines 180 ieet to 101 .-. Lot 13- Beginning at the south w;st comer of lot 13. on Currln avenue, and running south with east line of Currln avenue 239 fet; thence eastwardly with Mansfield avenue 244 feet; thence north 7hla reel 10 me souweast corner 01 101 14; inencs west 185 feet to tbe beginning. Lot 17-BegtnnlDg at the corner ot Helstand and Currln avenues, and running south with the east line of Currln avenue 120 feet, and thence Ddck oetween parallel lines I ho reet Lot 18 Beginning at the northwest corner of Helstand and Mansfield avenues and running souw wun tne west line or ftianeneia avenue 120 reer. and thence back west bttween parallel lines 185 feet to lot 17. Lot 4 Fronting on east side of Raleigh avenue 120 feet, bounded on tne north by lot 5, east by lot and s mth by lot 3. Lot 7 Fronting on the west side of Currln avenue 200 feet, bounded on the north by Polstand avenue, on tbe west by lot rt and on tbe w utli by lot 8. L'.t 9-Fronting on thewest side o;' Currln avenue 120 feet, bounded on the north by lrx 8, west by lot 4 anu soutu oy lot iu. Lot 12 Fronting on the west side of Cn'rin ave nue 841,2 feet, bounded on the south by Mansfield avenue and M. and C, R, R-, west by lot 1 and north by lot 11. Lot 3 Fronting on east side of Raleigh avenue 1 20 feet, bounded on the north by lot 4, east by lot lu. ana souiu oy tut 2. Lot 5--Krontlng on ean side of Raleigh ave nue 120 feet, bounded on the north by lot tt, east by lot 8. and south by lot 4. Lot 10 Fronting on west Bid' of Currln avenue 120 feet, Dounaed on the nortn by lot 9, west by lot 3. und south by lot 1 1. Lot 15 Fronting 120 feet on eist slrieof Currln avenue, bounced west by lot It), east by lot 20, and south by lot 14. Lot 20 Fronting on wet side of Mansfield ave nue izo reet, pounded on tue nortn by lot 19, west py lot 15 ana soutn py 10121. Lot 1 Fronting 65 feet on east side of Raleigh avenue, bounded on the north by lot 2, east by lot 1 2, and south by lot 12 and Memphis and Charleston railroad. Lot 2 Fronting 110 feet on east 6lde of Raleigh avenue, bounded on the north by lot 3, east by lot 1 1. and south by lot 1. Lot 1 1 Fronting on west side of Curiln avenue, lit) leet. bounded on the north b) lot 10, west by lot 2. and south by lot 12. Also a lot commencing at Ltuuerre s, norinwest corner ou east sine 01 Or leans street. 75 feet north cf tbe noilhast Inter section of Washington and Poplar streets, thence north with toe east side of Orleans street oil feet, thecice east to Hoist's lot In the rear, thence south with Ho st's lot to Leiuerre's northeast corner. tbetioewest with LMiuerre's north line to tbe place or beginning. It being the same lot on which Is situated tbe bouse No. 20 Orleans street, all In the C.ty of Memphis, tneioy uounty, 1 ennessee. Terms ot Sale On a credit ot 7 and U months purchasers xecutlng notes with approve! security. bearing interest, lieu relatneu, etc This November 22, 1879. R. J. BLACK. Clerk and Mter, L. B. M'Farland. solicitor forcoinplalnair. UNITED .STATES AND ROYAL MAIL 3 iKAMKRS, XewY.rk to OueeMtowt A la ver pool Every Thursdai or Saturday. City of Berlin, 6491 tons. City of Montreal,4490tns City of Richmond. 407 City ot Brussels, 8775 City of Chester. - 45rirl City of New York,-8500 These magnificent steamers are among the strong est, largest and fastest on tbe Atlantic, and have every modern Improvement, Including hot and cold water and electric bells In staterooms, revolving chairs In saloons, bath aud fmo lug-rooms, barlier hops, etc For rates ot passage aud otoc Informa tion, apply to jutm . ualu, Aveut, bl emaaway, Mew nor, or 10 laos. uukh, Imtn Ban wTnrht Executor's Kotlce. HAVING been appointed and qiiKlltled by tbe Probste Court of Shelby county. Tennes-ee, a executor of Michel Echzbux, ueceiscd, creditors of said estate will present tbelr claims, and debtors must pay up. juhh tiinr. Kxeci.ror. Humes & Poeton. Atto.-neys. 2r0 Main m reel. Administrator's Notice. rrH8 undersigned baring quV.'fled a rdmlnlf- X. trator of the estate of K. T. Kf el, dvased, all debtors to said estate will please come for.vard and seat.; and all er suitors will present IL&lr claims to th. undersigned. JA1TR3 v. K1CHAP.DSCN, ; Administrator estate of K T. Kei-I. dt-e'd, No. 2'24 Front .treet, old stand ot K:l It Co. Jaxna&m 4 Frafsex, Aiiorneja. - . tiM Dr. B. S. Jolmsu rmvATB Hcdlcal IHspensar, So. 17 JEFFERSON STKEET, n:twee . Weaaplils. rEsTABLISHKD IS 18W.J . DR. JCH fc-rofie I. n rt, lNu;mHnt fit rHr tharnm.tu find Mrr&ancBt cures gnaranleed la ev j- ea.. mr'e or female. Re-srnt eftfles 01 ctvj-j-i. a id Svptill'.s crtre-J Li a few days, without the ue 1 1 mercury, clinnsfe of Cifet, or hluuraooe frota bia.cn". 2ecor.tsry Syphilis, the last veRti,! eradica's v-'ii-out tho nsaof mercury. Involuntary loss .0. meifa. stopped In a short time. SuCerers frcca Unp; or loss of sexual powers restocsd to tree rtj-c-r 1, fe- wabk-s. VlcUms of self -abas, aixl eioeswi. venery, suffering from epermatorrbe and loss t .. phy1ccl and mental power, epeeaily and irair neat! y cured. - Partieuifvr attention rm lo' the Ieseases t Women, and cures gnaranteed. - ; ' Throat and Lung Disease, cored by new rerntreM.. Piles and old sore, cured without the use of ceif -He or the knife. - All consultation strictly confidential. I Medicines sent by express to all pan. of tie conn. try. OTS-e hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Suncsjr ro m 3 to 5 P. m. y n.a Johnson. M i. and SAPIIiIJ JACOBS PATEST UTnOBRAJf, JU.JiC.iB3, having now Keen red Letters Parent . . both in tae J. S. and Canada for tbe elastic rr J-' cess ol cjpybig cautions all persons from pum.? lng any of the "grams" or "graph" or eountMtelt Imitations by which the public are being Tlcttrnis'. Attera serlrsof experiments conducted at giea'.ccit and involving much labor, Jacob's Litbcgrani bn been so completely perfected that It Is not oiiy tin' 9 duiable, but sd altered In construction ad thtcn'J (dot-ble the original) and ease of erasure, wat ti j PatenU-eof this wonderful and labor-saving -ratus ts enabled lo offer a guarantee wltn eacii l-'t ' cgram sold; and In oide that all may test the t ; Its of the Lltbogram, has established the tollowin 1 reduced prices: Postal Card, SI 50; Note, l.i; Li ter, S5; Foolscap, S7; Folio, fW. Agents throughout tne count y. Address J. M. J.COP -5. i Arch street. Boston, Mass. Reference, Band, Avfty it Co., Boston. - - Snpreme Court Sale of Land. In Supreme Court at Jsctson Leonldas Ellis, I -ecutor. and Sarah C. Smith. Executrix of 'i cm s R. Smith, dec ased, fo? the use of Leonldas i-.l t, vs. 8. S. Dean. , BY virtue or the decree prononne?d by the f preme Court of Tennessee, at Jackoa, 'ii t : e t)th day of June. 1879. In this cause, I will oGVr sale, to the highest bidder. In front cf 'ha .-Jt:l- -j-house door ot bbelcy county, In Memphis, on JFrlday, Derembrr 19. ls.7y. the tract of lard mentioned and described la r d decree as follows: UuaUd in 6heiby coi n y. 7'V nessee. and Is part of a tract ot 188 acres tuiivej td by C. W. Uoyer to Thomas R. Smith. Jat uiry ; . ), 18f9. by deed registered In book No. 72, 1 ftjre : , Register's office ol Shelby county: beglnDicg at s pj, it on the north side of the Memphis and Oa. i -M.n Railroad, at or near Bray's Station, about 1-1 or . miles east of Memphis, at the southeast curr.e r )f " said 1 88-acre tract and the southeast corner or 1. t. Franks tract; running thence westward stt' the railroad ground to the southeast corner of Joli De Loach's .'t-aere tract conveyed by B. W. Smi:rj ;o Sarah J. Peters; thence north with DoLoncti's.tt bou.idary to bis port hea't corner; thence east tn a . point In said Frank's west boundary line: UiHi?e south with bis line to the beginning-the said Uiei containing about 86 acres. Terms of sale Said land will be sold on a erer'it of seven months, taking purchaser's nota, fcrar ;s ' Interest from date, with approved personal svcn y, and a lien retained on the land until tbe r'Hoinse money Is paid. Equity of redemption bene 1 JOHN H. FREMA2, Ciilil. Flnlay Peters, Solicitors. Jackson. Tenn.. November 20. 1870. Trustee's Sale - DY deed reorded In Register's office of f iiel'jr JJ county. In book 125, page 581, H. W. Tn..;i and his wile, IL S. irueh'rt, converr-n ; m trust a certain house and lot In MenipLw T-r see, therein described; the lot fronting -i v-" ; thewest sldeot Second street, snd a'j' !rr ' south side cf tbe ailey between Poplar no 1 1 Ington streets, and running westward att.i 14 1 to tbe alley between Main and Second si i.-t- , u cure Palon Co. the payment ot three mtrs irn lu set out, given by Truehart and wiie for tne t ance of the purchase money of said prupety. rpi gal.ng S2552, all bearing interest troui uie lrutj June 1878. In default ot th-t payment of any said notes, or tbe Cri-m on said nrooertv. tbe tra? ! It li. .1? is authorized to d vmrttm anl sell ; and in thr all the notes become one and p iyaDie -v, ceedsof fir; sale, Tbe two first of si certain ta-ifctri due and uaiiald . on WEDaDAi. Decemoe-r 24, 1 s" o'clock, at the southwest corn- of M 5 Main streets. Memphis, tell to ths beh for casu, t ie above described property, f poseof paying said no.es. Interest andt i right ot redempt on Is waived, and tikes absolute title, which Is believed but I convey only as trustee. On the lot dious two-s'.ory brlca; residence. No. lii'i street. B. RICHMOND, Tir Supreme Court Sale of Land. . In Supreme Court at Jackson W. F. Eanorxi joon tteckner. '. BY vTrtne of the decree pronounced by the 1 preme of Court of Tennessee, at J acksorj . the 5th day of June, 1879. In this cnue, i will 1 for sile. to the highest bidder, lu front of the coi bouse of Shslby county. In Memphis, on I iriasy, irremtier i7V. tbe tract of land mentioned and described in s.? , decree, as follows: Lvlrg and being In ihe oinry ol Shelby and State of Tennessee, and thus bonne -u : Beginning at the southes.t come.- cf a 4S2.t fx-ts tract entereri In the namssot B. Farguion ancui. Carr. In section 4, range 9, and 1 1th civil dlsirut of bbeioy county, on tne Aiu-sissippi river: mence est lo'J poles tome southwest corner ol said 482 1-1 ncr-e act on tue oaiikot tne Mississippi river; in?m up the said river with Its meanderlngs north, 2c dng west, 5. poles; thence noith, 49 de west, .r. -)i s to a Cottonwood marked " F. Q. ;" tnence nrt 1 c-4 rioles to the southwest comer of the second aiv. i lou ot said 4821,3-aere tract, marked "C," ailoiua to Amanaa carr; taenceeasc wun ner soutn oouciuirT 20.1 poles to ber southeast corner on an enrt li-' soutn oounuary line 01 tne BHia original 4--- j ' tract; thence south with the eist bnumary cu i, original 48ls acre tract 158 poles 4 ln.ks to tat ber ginning coniHinin ivu acres, inria or i?s. terms 01 taie oaio iir.a win oe sjm on a near. 5 1 or seven months; taking purcaaseis c te, wit. sp- J proved perseitnl menrtty, mii n tica teitlned 0.1 lue . land until said note Is paid. Eqiuty of reurni tlon barred. JOHN H. 1REE M AN. Cieik. H. M. Hill. Mstcall Walker, sollcuors. Jackson. Ti-nn.. November 15, 1879. -1 Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a dt ed of trust made to me, as '.res tee, on tbe 80th day of September, 17 I. t y D. B. Molloy and Ellen P. Molloy, and recr-f . Ji in book No. 82, page 207, In the office ot the Hi its'r of Shelby couuty. Term., to secure tbe dett ttir''rt named, I will sell to the highest bidder, at i-it . -a ssle, for cash, at the southweet corner of Sii h and Monroe streets, in Memphis or the laxln-a ..U;t In Shelby county, Tenn.. on -an-simy, iteeeamer 10. l7t . at 12 o'clock ru., or within Drteen minutes th 'rear ter, the following described real estate, beli in Mempbls, Shelby county, Tenn., distlnguist tJ in said deed of trust as a "lot or parcel of land wl'.ir Improvements, situate, lying and being in the :.- of MemrSli. county snd State aforesai.'. turt of biik-ic Na 67, In original count. y lot No. 483. 00 tee wniiti slds of Union street, beginning at a point abtur y feet east from the junction of Union and criamii streets; thence weit with the south side of iniun street 39 feet, more or less; thence south 20 " feet to an alley; thence east with said alley ab.nrt 3- feet, thence north 200 feet to the beginning the iei'tn nlng point to this description and the e 1st Ux.iK.iry of said lot will extend to and include tbe mid tie of the division wall of the double-tenement brii-i; r--i-dences conveyed by Joseph R, Williams to s-uci D. B. Mouoyanau w. tackier, respectively, said and premises being the same conveyed by said Wl. !a;ns to said D. B. Molloy by deed dated Noveinb-r 15, 18r0, and recorded In the Register's ofl.ee ot hfuilr-.y county, in nook 47, page 2l." The title to said property is believed to be good, cnt I convey ntv as trustea. J. W. CLAPP. Tru-ilee. Xon-Kcsidcnt Notice. No. 3tt4. R.D. In tbe Probate Co of 8he!tr ernrt- ty, lennessee 1 nomas miiuuiu VS. Calf t w u- llams et aL BUI for partition. It appearing from the original bill In thin iuiw. . which Is sworn to, that defendants, Caleb v Ji nun, -Jacob Dead rick, ThOTias M. Deadrlck, Lu-y hite and Maria Taurmann, the flirt belne a brother .,r John Williams, deceased, and the last four, ul.ddren or same t. iieaanck, aeoeaseo, who was a h ter ot , said John Williams, deceased, aod anv otfm-c.tiii. dren ot said Sallie K. Deadrlck, deceased, n'lo-a names are unknown, are non-residents of Um c iaie ot Tennessee and residents, tbe said t.li- V, 11- Hams, of tbe btate of Kentucky, and the r.r the Slate of Virginia: It le therefore ordered. That they make tt lr ar. pearance herein, at the courthouse of our pr j rx nrt ' In the Taxing district of Shelby county (Me fipnls, Tenn.), on or before the first Monday, In Jt.iuary -18K0, and plead, answer or demur to con-Ma laam's bill, or tUesam-i will betaken for eonfp ase 1 to them and set lor hearing ei parte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, tut four succes sive weeks. In the Memphis Daily Aniieal. This' December 1. 1879. 1 A copy attest: OWEN DWTER, Clerk. Py Hugh B. fallen. Deputy Clerk. McBroolrs. Greer A Adams. Sols, forcomplnts. fta fton-Ilesident Notice. No. 8407 In the Chancery Court of hnelby rwunty." Tennessee J. M. James 4 Son vs. John A. Onley et au IT appearing from aftWavIt In thl" cause t list tfte ' defendants. Hardy Davidson. ElLzaberii lu.irf. son. John Daniel, Permella M. Daniel, Jeler and Leah K. Jeter are non-residents of the State ot Ten nessee: It is therefore ordered. That they make tier-ran. Clearance herein, at tbe Courthouse of f Uelf.y uount' In Memphis, Term., on or before the trst M,in,u. CA January, I88O, and plead, answer or demur i com. nluli.-jttt'. Kill rt Ih. bbiih, kIII V.. t . ........I u v..,, vs buuiu ... u mui tii i con fessed as to them and i-et for bearlne eYrnn- ,,i that a copy of this order be published ohim 11 w-k. f.ip fnup 1 k -"..-j 1 l-.. u.v.'L'ii In tho llah,,.ki. . . . . . . . v. ..w - - . .hu uciUirn!. . rr. , This November 29, 1x79. A Copy iuvt : - . j. dl.vk, uierk and ;tster By E. B. M'Hbnbt, Deputy Clerk and Mtihter. Metcalf & Waiker. Sols, for complainant. tu Kon-Seildent Notice. No. 3221 In the Chancery Court ot f-he!!y counrr Tennessee W. B. tialbreatb vs. W. Ic Lucis et ai.' ' T appearing lrom amuavit in this cause mat the defendants, tiabriel Johnston. AdeUu ,1 J.ihn. ston, liabrlede Johnston, Ada John-son, A s. Hreen, Cat roll Johnston, R.R. Johnston anc Maude i.iica9 are non-resii.iii 01 iuo cuu. or Tuiiuts It Is therefore ordered, Th;U they make tlieir ap pearance herein, at the Courthouse of fchett' pour X In Memphis, Tennessee, ou or before the tirt Mo;ia-iy In January, 1880, and plead, answer or rVrrv.ir to complainant's amende! and "Uuplementn- tui'; q,. the same will be taken lor confessed as to t.icui and set forbearing exparte, at.d that a copy of t. 9 onier be published once a week, for four succesiiiv w . In the Memphis Appeal. " This November 29, 1879. A Copy. Atien- R.J. BLACK, Clerk and i aster. ' By E.B. M'Hkkry. Deputy Clerk and Mast-T U. W. Miller, riol. for CoiuplalnimL " h, ' on-Ke8ldent oUce. No. 3392 - In the Chancerv Court ot Shelbv county Te 1 nessee Lucy E.Anderson vs. 8amu;iA. An derson. It appearing from affidavit In this cause Ihnt the defenaant, Sam lei A. Anderson, Is a tioa-reaiac t of the State ot Tinnesee: It Is therefore ordered. That be muke bis an pearance herein, at the Courthouse of ohelbj eouui In Memphis. Tenn , ou or before the firm Me.n.n,?iil J .nuaiy. 1880. and plead, answer or demur to o, m. nlainaol's villi, or the same will betaken forcoi. fesed as to him and set lor bearing evimrte- ht'.j that a copy of this order be publl-hea one, a ,tv' for four successive weks. In lue MempbVv r, This lOlhday of November. 187W. f. T. A copy a'r-ii: h. j. iu.ai a. tiern r . By K. B. M'IIknrt, Deputy Clik nua f N. C. Taylor, tola. frircoiupi'nt. 1 -la. Ji U. Iiitlveul Nutice. H AVISO siiirceaied the Insolvency or of C. Co 111 ns. 0 ceAKed, all prsr,, claims against sniii eiai. are iriiuMted 1 and hie the ssni? with he 0ik ot the Coi" authenticated In t.ie ninnwi prescribed or before tne 2rilh uy t Kebinary, lr80' clHlnis net kind ou or rioie tht day tLu ever h irrdd. bO'.h In "a." M' l eoulli. J. H- BitON, Adintnlfli tUCT u. i . lh:it Allral r iVAb tut-. d.iy npfolnted an. on, , lm::', :u 1 C I ste court of ciielby couiiiy .a, h- nt 1 i f -at lg te.loil'ena, deceased.. I- s il h . 31 - v B. Ci u 1. ( 50Ten.tA-r,'.ij 1S7'A Li G v.. 1 1 -V 1 y if t 11