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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THUBSDA Y, DECEMBER 25, 1879.
KJLlLtlU U TIME-TABLES'. t,..lTl!le aad Aa.BTille Htitbrrn. d fclreat ABRIV . f:n a m. 4:120 p.m. SxprTTM, tllWf t.l. .t ' y ...... M i a v .-..:(MHt'n dv.:i!iil .s'indar). .- 1 1 :2rt P-m. H 1 J a.m. 4 20 P-m.j a -4 a.m. "fin ir.i.ir. Kxpressnmsouly to M Kenile, eon I rtC lor Nashville. LUVE 2 30 p.m. 4 Sid p.m. fl:H0 am. AaKlVI ;, vifw" ra'i.dtiiy.. I judls "tni'.o'i'n, S:i: yj . .-! "'ii,dii I F Tral . dally (3un days ex-ei'ted i ! 10:30 a.m. 9.00 a.m. 4:2S p.m. feemii wittl c'vrle.tOB. ) LkiTB. !tsi I .1 & : . Train. 1Uj 11:18 p.m. v . ;r ,.iimtl.tattOlt v - ft id.vs. .. I 4 40 r. in. Mall t-.i.u l 12:15 p.m. H:Or) a.m. V m "h t nail little Koe. M Train, daily t -l3t,.ill -t.T-.l't 8.111.) h.10 P.m. rtrlu) a.m. 1 1 :0R p.m. fi-(ir o.io. diir. uid cbiiuIb. " 1VS. 4HH1VX. ., ..1. .-.. r.rmr..(rHl! 40 p.m. P:30 a.m. .. ... i ...... i. rt-:ii a m fsrHO p m. FINANCIAL. Th("- w uo'tomif of interest to be fCT tatned l thebt ks yesterday; Ihe holiday making It nw.i:i!j Id meet iwii.h paper Inline caused some I u-iurs b.jl tiriw;iM the excessive bad weather rime ni.-it-M very unlet K.jctiarige is III In niod .1. Ir unrl n. tll- weatlier being Ulif avnrar.le to I r- 0 i . In inn : I wim fuel Is chum of a rather liv-d I. i""y tur momy. The local mi itai 1 ul ny l ecniliy no " was to bo tounil wanting 4,,,,li tin) c'reli Killson for that. Shelby county -.fin i i-i-.l it h-.f! billing and I'HrfVii relllng. M.-- I ip: I llr.t ditirn't levee million are selling I-'-in 1.. to 1. n.vvird:ng to u'-ianllty. The 1 ilnol . i ii. at inr li trikt were Bl fnll.iws: BiwiiigH t. i -nl eil.ngat par on .sew Vnrk an I sight . i. n, i.-in li. res wiin three iliij grace l ott, aiil U i T t'iiitic " urlftiw: slliiiK at pir. 1 ie lHt i'W rr tlie .Nw Yoik i'iV.: Ii d ! fi) I mi) : tikalli.n, Mlliillls anil Lllllrt 1 1 k, i ii . M'Kk. 7. rt bill. 7ak-il; AfkiiH I y-e li 7 . bill, 71 j askiH); Mfiupbls borul '". ." l .1. v.'i ki1: M-iniilitn new curiHoU. 2i) till, :5 i..,.:!: in; iin iinl WrnipMn anil Cliarli-st in I l. i.nl in..i. Mi-i .i(ihta ami Cnarlfilon rallrii.ul. 1 , . '. 7 i). it. 10.1 lu-kiil; 21. 7. Ill) bill. Iii ask-i ; n i U I t M.i, 1 7 K-ki-il; illfsulppl ai.d Tunrienn rilri. Irt inuii itf, II. "ili.il. 1 17 Hkwl; con--;.. i-s it ; bul. 1M H-kil; Tciuiesiwt) Statu patUu i-vtuu.. j. in out, ;.' ankt-d. Mkttl'l'.i BANK CLE1RINU3: H,.,nl)tiJ4 i:n.42ff 71 Thin f ir lliln wo k rlllrt.rVSH 84 .-..mo i.iii.i l.t rk 1 (I-I7.2W2 07 ri.trKitiii.ii w-k Iwioro. l.t)s:i.wrtrt oil r .ii U .-rk l.HhK.iVW 71 TXil L; ilorn 2.0.i",ltJ2 O'J j;r TKLKGKXI'H. I I'.Uilo. Divnjm'.M?r 24 Keute. Mf.40o. NKW (ikLKANS Iwinlirr 24. Blunt exchange on N- w Vr-. 1 M on giooo discount, blerllug cxcb.ti.K-f -b inker.i' blhs. 41. MiNiuN. Hwt-mlisr 24 Consols, Ii7 5 -IH; d-tnirn, Vi 7 l'. Lnltwi Sta'cs Iiondi-new on, lo-ii.; 4 IOi''h; 4. lUil'i llallnwd H.-urllw - In.-. Is V-ntni , 1l2; FmnvlTaiia Ceulrai, r.2: trl -. 42n; tccotiilt, Mi-I; ltUini, U5Li. .NEW YoltK. ivcemrwr 24. Moner Till 1-lrt per i. lL r:o-li. ttt 6 lr Cunt. Prime ii-rc'i..il.n ttT, ri.rrt per emit. Sterling ncii in bm.KniV bull iii et. 4h1; s'Ktit e eiMii,'n on York, 4.114. Uoverntnt-nt boiuli l ii-1 .iml ifii.ralij nlRHily: coupon of 1HS1, 107; n:, new 4I'. IiiIUm; new 4. 104; Paolllu m lit lr:.."i, 1 Jl HiiiW k inua luactlve: Louisiana Hi niiiviU. 4 iW: lIHsonrl 111. 10H; tt. Jilofptl. ln' i j, I r ii.pHHrn Hi, old. ii 1 l,j oflnreil; Dew, ;U ciT-ri"i: ir irii 1 Hit old. 2; new. 1 8; oonsols. 7f; prriritsi. 7i'. Itillroul binili dull but Klronger. .-;. ,i .l.ill v.il!i 1111 huvimiciiik teiidenrj. TlieiK-n- fr i' i-i r 14 In fwrtwnt., Hri'1 New York Cen- 1. .1 t.iii'j I :l prr cfi.t. JiHt bfore tin erne, li 'V v.-r. .M1,-!ii 111 (Vlitrl lell olT 1 14 Nnil other ,1.1-4 to m i"r Cfiit. 1 rprnitcllofia aKirreg.-tted lM 11. 11 HiNn-i, 4 which 22.IMHJ were Krte, 12, ii i iikb iliurtt. ;iu III .Viillmislern, 7lH)0 riL Paul, h i i.) I. ,c'i itvnnti i. ;t.HI(l Iilnn Ceulrai, 5IHIO w i-nil uioii. 7 V' '' ' 'bHili, nt. Louis and facillt;, l.n li Kii!iA4 ml TexHa. Cloning (iiiot.tllons: ii.. k li-inu. 14.1; r.timi ia, tl."; Kort Wayne, I I i j : l it viir, mill..; I.II.H'la Central, IHV'j; Chi i .v i. H'li.nn; .i i mm ijiiiiK'y, VJ.Mi; Chlcimo and :,i .mi. ii'.il-j: cuii :' i nnl Alton prereired, 118; New V'irit Ct'Lif-.l, IL".ii,: Liiirlem. 152; Luke chore, 'i l. i'a.1. soiiuirii. II.VI4; .tilcbttfivi tnlral, II 'U, i'.r. 1114 m ie preferred, 081 n. Nur.hwenteru, vT'h 'i't .western pr-lerieil, lllil; St. Paul, 7 1. -t. I' tut i.rt-.-.reil. lilH. 1; Ml. Paul add Mllilie iiiml.i. 411-4; t-l. 1'. ul and rf.om t.'ily, 3.il; tit, I .111 .r..i d.ni.x ( lly pief-rr-i, 7U; Liolitw.lie, tw.t.ma u ..I We.-t rn, 71U3: Morrl- and JCs x. lol ; fiH!.tH.re end llu.lsoii, 74tli; Now .! v 1 (ru. hi; ulil.iH.d 'l"lil''l, OMo ami .i".)i-l-iiii i i rrlerred. r7r'i: Ctie-.ii akA and :iii. I7ij: U, b!'i and O.'uo ZO; Clev.-lund and Col iinlii. 7'ii; Chi.a..o, Cilmuous and Inulaua I... i;m . .'1: lii:ii .u.'i,Cinciu:iall and Lrtfajetto. 2h oilsixl: t.u ili'Xin 1. i:. It. an j N. U.57; Alton aim l. ir - II 1.1I-. InoihTixl; Alioaand Torre Haute pre f. ir d. H; tt'iiba-ti. .it. Loul and parillc. 41; wa b.fU cl Loi.lt nnil l'liulilc pielerreil tit. m; Hannibal nixl.-i:. .lo. :'.I.: II ilium1!! and bl. JOtf preferred, II li ..; Iron Mountain. 4.is; fit. Loula and r.an Kran bhi., 4. I4: bl I. onit hiu: 8 in Kiancwo preferred, 4"'.i: S:. CO'.. In and b.ui Krancntxi, Drat preferred, tin. t.'iii. hko, hit Loiritaud N-w Orleann, 2 1; Kansaa end fiiat, il.Hj; I 'ulna 1'itcl lie stock. 2l! Kn .. 'i .l I'n.niic, h t; Nnittierii I .u'lllii. :-) I ti ; .tun hern I'.t-ri'i iiretiTi -ii. iVl; I.uuIhviIIci and N-tativille, 8714; llna-t 111 ami Tcxat, 47; Wiern Union 'leleKrapu, lu i.,; Atianilt! and H.ie'lla Telegraph, 40i; Pe1tlo Vail. :!.'; l.ktle I'tlt.-uurit, ilila; Heaillug, tH.f, A lum htmiaii, 105; Keilnit I'aiifO, 1H4:;.; Ameii cmii i.:i.ie.i. r7:it; rnilt'd titates hxureag, 4S; ij. ilck silver. 2 I ;ivm. asller preferred, (10; Leaivllle, jv.M; t'eniral I'aciho bonds, 1 1 1 ; Union r'acltlc nru, )ii ;; I in. m P.ininc luml KI'liiU, 12ti; Union Pacillis mn. .hi inn 1-, I l-i; l.cniiili and Wukesbarre, 1 Id; fcU Paul iiii'l nloux City Urns. H IVj; Chi who, tkilum lnn and liuli 111a Ceulrai llrnta, 87 ; Chicago, Coluui lmi nnil iuiii tn i Central KeconJH, no sales; Eile heoni .it, hi; Central Arizona, 110 sales; Carilion, ft; Kxjeisior. no mile-; Homo Slake, yhtj; Ontario, 3H; blanilaid, 28; LellKU and Western, lid sales. Tr.f. t-J.ecrams lis'l n trijbter aspect teriMy In oo'ineiiumna of an advance In the Llver- Llv Ii h i m-its, but the lone of the market allowed Utile change. In our market theie was a Rood Inuulry ami mi nilninc of iw; but the weatner was wholly iiiiil'.ien lor bii-lnes. and tue approauh of the holl diy. lotfHther with Indnlerenceof factors to sell, even itt lit lulvanc.t. pievent'd any larKe amount of busl nwt be! 1 ik done. Tile New York HulUtin, of Mom tl it. s i)t: "Tue approach of 'he time when the J an il try vliV7!na mil tie In onler, t( Is thotiKlit, has a t'-n leni-y to check demand, and while few. If liny, onera'.ois sra disposed to sell the market oft, the aliteiice of buylurf ordeM natlir.lily leads to some vteikiines. even lu the face of a rather le.-t-r ttmnr 10 the cbie ad Ices. It It, however, mure than lik.ny tlir.t 111" end of the year and the netr ap roaci of a protracted holltlay period cout.-lbiue a latKa Influence In prodnctiiK a dull biis Iihu. tlie teiuieiicy belnit laiher to Injuldate out ul ri linit riiiariu?nts thin to engat;e In any new deal b-yond ooei4!iina 'llyerM on Hiimll contracts for 11 ilck turns. Tiiket Blli:it"'her the market lacked Kl.iinlu.i, and I'rob.ililr one of the best evidences of the npalliy of the hull' elein tat tue limirwint Is His failure t fin I a st inui.illnir por lu the din p. .11 Imiii the nurlcu'.lural bureitu announcing an es.liii .! of le.lu.'tluu In tue crop ol lh7u of four per cut. ' Th" Liverpool coitoii rx3hanKi, It Is an no me ttl, w:il he cmml on the same days as the Ntw Yn k cotton x: iia iit4-Ieceui;)er 2."th, 20m and 27tU. aim January 1st, 21 and 114. lentrrrtm. tiovd 01 .-ii nary ... itll'i L niidJIiiig li 1 lri sil.niltn: . .. irll-H Hul l Mini lima M2'4 Mm I11114 t.tlr it 12- Fair Nominal. lkiy tutor. ii 1 1 Ml tIH ''iif r 12'tt ?i-.:-'rt) Nominal. II t.K -t Hi in. ria'es, lOOD bales. Including l suiiicij, and inn 10 spicuiators. COT I ON STAThMK.NT. Stork. -eiiteiiitHir 1, 187lt 88tl K it ivetl t'niy 2. 002 two iv d ptevlounly 2 18, mm 221,201 Shipped to d iy a.l7H buii'i'S l pievloiLtly 102 hUJ Block, ninntiiK account IMPOHTd. Thus far ihls woek Thus tar lust wet k tfi'ice deptmiibor 1 2Jl,r.87 lO.i.HJo 115,1)12 14 854 17.W13 221.201 ffxinplilt an I Chr.rlejiton U. It 453 Mi-ft-!ppt nd 4euueHeeH. It 341 Louisville. Nasiivilln and tirttat aoutheru K. H. I l l M- iplns and Little Ko.k K. K 025 I'kI it-an and Memphis 41 I '.aintrs - Butt Vt tiious and otuer sources 400 Total- .. 2,002 Kxitmrs. Tims far Ihls w vk. Thus f.r last eek. 13 8H8 12 081 Mhitio f ei'teuiber 1 . . . lo5.W7r Msmplilsand Charleston rallnmd WW 1. 1, u-ul In. N 1 u vliiu and la rent bouiliern ti. &.. 082 S;-aiiU'ts iiorlU I,ft82 Tot;U 3,173 i.r TULEOK.il'U The tullmnlim are the latest teleKrains of U do mi siic markeld, as repotted yesti ruaylo tile cotton tt nirute: "" Uii'Kl M.i-11 1 Vnc ri t r.ins. Ji.inki. liev'ptx ZtuUitiwj. lialve.toii Klrm. 342 13- N.A Orleans del. 7 3d 4! ll'k MoMlo ,!i!:t. 222.1! llll-U Siv.t i.ntll 0 'li t. 5IIIM 121h Cii-uiesimi (iiii'l. 3. 171! 125 10 t'llilini.;MU emu. 222! 12 N iii .ik steady. 411' 12 3-lrt liil liu e Oa.cl. i;iiOi 12's N.-w ... cuait. 1.2H0J 12W It.sion Imll. 1,1 lil - 12a I'nlihd 'H'hia net ls5i 12't ttU Liniia.... S'.eaily 12 All. lilt 1 hle.iny l.U'M'l 1 I fi 1 lit r.uMM.ig are ma No toik sihK qiioiuiloui ror i"-!niiy; or i;nny, o l i lilc. good orJinnry, II l-luc; in luli'iniiiit, r.'iic; middling, 12l-t K nil iiiin.lilng. 1214c; nil idling fair. 13tyc, At ll;3il. quiet ml ti ; 12:15. dull; 2:1.1. quiet ami s.r.il.; :t:HO. n n. I and steady, bales, 607 ones; rn tit l i 1. 11.14 ones. I lie ton or tne n.tj e market was as follows At I : I 1 lnr.lT sleailyi 11:15, eitsy; 1 1 :45, quiet itu.l sleutli; I2:4.i. Slestlt: 2: i.. steady; li:j0. u iiei ami :e iy. titles, hi.uitti n.ties. i u Ml ntt lng tii.iw.t Hie closing quotations of lumies in Ine esv uric insrKet tesn-iiiav Jf J e t.'.l.iy. r 0h,7',2 Oil 12 ti-if 12 im 13 0ii 1.1.27 I 1. 41. I 3.47 13 l.r.,713 07 II hill 13 82 1 l.1i:17 18 US 14 1 1 1.7 14 03 i:' 40 i'sk-d I 2.4 1 if 12 45 12 5H7 12 01 it-iy ttt'e. -I .'a in i:y f.'.iri,.try.... .ti trcli , 1 1.1 II t.t .1 .nit .luiv ... Aug utt p ember. . . t'-.oiier l'.vin'wr. . . 12 r-i(7l2 00 12.8Hi? I2.I1) 13. 10 13 17 13 317 13.35 13 527 13 54 13 00(713 0v 13.7 8.f 1 80 13.S7U13.8tt 12 4trTl2 RO Tl:e New Orletns limrkct rinsed quiet and un. riinit.'-sl at llki for middling. Sales. rlllOO bales; r-tvlpts. ,.lil4 tiaiea. Stock. 2MO I Hit bales. I'tie l.iveriMiol lelerams vesiero iy reiMirled cotton tirm ; mill lling iipljnds, 015-lrtd; Orleans, rWnd. r.ilet, 10,000 Pales, or wtilch were American. lu-o-ipts. 23,.'JJ btlts, ul which 17.500 were American. Liverpool futures opened Irregular; December, 413182. ti li. Hid; l etvinber .liiiiuary, 1120 82, 111 -I (id; Jtiuuy Ft-l u try. 0 232. 0 31-82 0 l-Vlill; Fehniari-Mareh. 0 81-32. 7d; March A.irl. 7 110 7 132.1: April-Mo. 7 3-82. 7UI Mil-Jmi , 7 5 -32. 7iv.l; June Ju y, 7 7-32. 73 lnd, At !::!: Ja;iu.tiy kt-bniarr. 2!-ll2ti; April M ty 7 1-10 1 At 4 til: MaicU-Apnl. 0 2D82d;Ua .In. a. 7 6-8 2d. At the close futures were dull und 1 11 j moveuieiiLs at tlis porta were reported as fol l-rvts: iu I Hit. I iIAts HJt H er t. 1 l.at l'erir It .'"iii riiiiuy. J.i."i.;jii8. 1 J5.I1M4I 12W.714 K,. isto (. hrilaln tli.l2:i 42.0O4 82.330 l.vf IsloConliueul r.i.hixii 1 (1,737 Hl.KO pi.: k ........ . .. 82."ir,iKi MI2057I 840.4H5 lot.il ns ii'is ul all t mint sialea ports. 2.504.. ....I. p.,',. ti.i.- it 1 is, j.iti,i(.-Tii.i ; same (tsl Ihj A..-y I '-. i m ii nt HI l litlrtl blitUti . m ,,..s pm, ..-, mi.;. 1111.11 el.K..H Itl ttll iKitls. n '.1 .inn. auisi n -in. 4'.i, t s.uiie lluie tue jeor Uo- lire; m 101 1, M'U.rni. (U'lXElllL TUADE. Ihn weil.pr YPsfrrduv niO''n;D8' wa very iintvornl)l9 to butluess; rain fell In persevering aMiniance, m iking li iihuost I rti iwisji lilei to remove iiiert'liauil s. Tiieud was i.o boat 111 from above; vie u tv--. tiieidfora, very 14 lit lo leunrl. Some aita toeti l.l in,t pr "K"l m; v,ti,tug siistnliili.K I'm rate ul Ine. previous a.iv.ii t s. Fggs weie slow aud weak. i tins and ukij were in ! d il.-inaml. Intact n an. nd was oil .-r ng. ami me. of a I 11. e havwas s um all in , i ,t to lie lieanl of. Tne ht. Liuls U. ri'.; .in. of 1 ursdsy, leirtM Flour WHS qlllH, cniicsnous svre tleiii.tmlHtl lint not obtained ; wlieat tiiiuiet v.ie lower and we: k; c ifh corn whs better: ti.us vt.ue elfii.ii.T; poik was llini; cornnieitl was Prin and In it. m ind; i;. n very dull) hay quiet and easv, bllertugs I ire;-; polaioes q Met; apples were of leiu g l i H'ti.( mo tieiiiitii.t, whim was lixlii, I. ll.i'irits H 'C.-i.ln.l. Mund qunleil : Ktsteril Ilald wiiis. :i 25: ensn-rn uitxe,, 32 60(i8; geuelings, 2 6iii(,2 75; ll-u UdV s, J..1,,. 1 0iJ. V i'i.aui tmU iB are fi'T riti'at Uil at the landing an. i er i4'e.ij.4, nlutle ci( dniTi- ye, s or.i.e, tr tjtt't' r tviM ti twintie itf tUe Utre fttUitt all enn;s tit, f.i t.e tune iff (in-MsU. J,u- bui aut iitttre . ui.sA0 at tiifher ri (w thry - iiif urnv'ii;?, ioeitie uiet inju or 115 ueau-r, FkKIl.r7t- nntinng doing; last sale were st ieic; in niorn, i,.rr,u. A,( laitl sale at .ItMt. Ill le, t i.it . c. limit was unlet. uuollnKkl4: s oeei. rutar.M per cvn; i ((-sale or a car load of I Ing nsiHgraph. which the many friends of Captain L.rluifl al It ' 1 : (iriLlrltl uiiihmI k (: I.elin. tt-ll.l u( i? 1.. .1. ...... .u . lu'"B ' vl vaptttlll - . . W - pr. w ,., eboloe timothy. S2292H: In store, SI 05?125. Corn rinin at the mill, $1 1 60. KLOCR ANDMKAU tour-superfine. S5; extra, 5 25r?5 50; double extra. S5 75i?rl; trtble extra, StlflfrtfiO; family, rt25i?75; chplce, 87; fancy. 7 25ff7 "n. C'trnmml sales at ml.l at 50: on the landing. Si 45 and 2 50; In store, S2 Hurji 2 05. Hnnanu-1M 05. BwkwheiU- a barrel. YE0KrABLE3. I'ntaton Last sales atSl 00; la Store, 91 75; dray-load lots. 91 5. street pot iU: In store.gl 75r?2 a barrel. Onions, S4 50io a barrel; In store. Tumi'is, 75cffil a barrel. White 6enns.f i;? 2 25. Anitit, hair-barrels, 75r?4; bar rels, 47i?8. UnrMTtvlwh, S'ltfrt 50 abarreL C'uo MV;e. S8 a hundred; S4ti4 50 a crate. PKUITS AND M'la -Apple. 4f75 a barrel. rronVrries.SH a barrel ; halt bai rels, 4 7o. Ornnyn, t 60(t7 50 per barrel. Lerronn, 855 50 per box. Ain-Old. S2: new. $.1 per box. F at. lric per lb. ies, 80 per lb. i'Miu-Bed, rtc; white. 7c per lb. Alnumdx. 22c per lb. Pecmn, t it 14c. according to size. HnuU Suf. 10c per lb. tvirrtx, 12tsc per lb. Wattiutx, 1 5o per lb. C'oco nuf. fr4r?5 per 100. ltrvd AplUen. 14c a pound. Uruii tiche, Vtc a pound. Jiannms. SI tiA a bunch. Apple butter, 1140 per lb. I'each butter, 12c per EttUS AND BUTTER.-E.7(7 slow and at 20o. jitittT good, 123 15-; country, 17(122; choice, 25t?2t)c creamury. H5o. POULTRY.-CAictewi. S2i3. Thu-kt. S3. 0ss, 4 50J5 ler dozen. Turksy. Jin? 10 tier dozen. Inrrxned Turkr-tyn, when fresh and good, were la de mand at 12l-c; fair 10c. KttK.SK siKAT, KTC Jtfff-Fereqiiarters, 2a 8c: hindquarters. 4S5c MutUm, by the carcass, 4 O0C H'xt, 4VSr?rtc nu'tfft Kegs. 81 l0cf2; balf barrels, $4 25; barrels, 87 7 5a 8. Jfince meat, 10c a pound. tiAMK. ETC. Vmison Saddle, 7fff c per lb; car cass, 4?oC fytjuirretx, 75criSl a dozen. OyHten, 80c, 35c, 40c and 45n a dozen, according to quality. fiailx, SI 2621 50 a dozen, liabbil, M 25(? 1 5o per dozen. Hon PKoDUCK. Por-clear sides, loose, 7-nc; clear rib. loose, 7 tue; shoulders, loose, 5o. vur cured Mini-packed, 101.ii lOtoc lard tierce, 8Vie: pain. Oc, .KOCE.-tIEri.-OojJv, 1414315c for ordinary. 10c for fair, 17til7l,tic lor good fair, 181&3 lviVaO tor choice. Trix lin in rial, 45r? 85o. Hice la)ulslana, 74c; Carolina, Kljii Ho. Salt per dray load, from store, SI W5 er barrel; coarse, per sack. SI 40n6 1 50; tine, SI 75. angar-Louisiana o(n kettle, 7U?8ijc; yellow clarlrted. 8S4SHI4C; white clarltled. HWKlie; cut loaf, 1 1 12MC; granulated, 11-4C l2c; powdeied, llaUic. iloLuuen New Louisi ana, prime, 38240c; choice, 44(2 45c; syrups noml Dal BAUGINU AND TIF.3.-B .Tc-rKr-rlax. 10c: Jute, 2 lbs.. 1 1 2 1 1 l-jc. Ties, S2 lo(2 50; grip tie, fc2 per bundle. IiWne, 12o per lb. LIME AND CEMENT. Utne, POc a barrel; Louls TlllecCTitmt, SI 75abfTrel;ttosedaleceiueu, S 2 a barrel.' . , CATTLlt MARKET. C-tttle Corn-fed natives, choice, 1 000 lo 1 1 0 1 lbs. S4 5lii7 5; natives, good, 850 to looo lbs. g;i 75r?4 25; natives, medium. 800 to 1200 lbs, S i'i 3 50; Texas, choice, 100 to 1 100 lbs, S-'l50r?4; Texas, medium. 800 to 100(1 lbs, S3 it.i 25; native oxen, smooth 1000 10 14O0 lbs. S3 50 f4; native oxen, rough 1O00 to 120O lbs, 2 507 3. tirass fed butchers' qualities, all weli;hin. S2 50i iL Inferior and common, $1 '50(7:2 25; calves and jcarllngs, per head, 4lf 0; cows and calves, 81501 Hi . '' - beet butchers' selections. 1 rio to M)0 lbs, 84 25ft 4 50; good to choice heavy. $4(74 25; com mon, rough and light. S3 5023 75. sjuep holee mutton grades, to to 110 lbs, 84 60c5; medium, 80 to DO ibs, 83 5024; common, per Lead, 81 50 02. - - Vr TBLSffHA F"7T.1 LOUlSVILLK, December 24. Flour quiet; extra, S4 50(74 76; family. $5 'ibtfn 50; A No. 1, SOi 25; lane. 8d 50i?7 5a Wheat nrm. SI 30(2i 1 33. Corn tirm: white, 46e; mixed, 45a. Oats steady; white. 43c; mixed. 41c Bye quiet, 1UC. llay quiet, 815(11 7- Poik linn, $14. Lard strong; choice leaf, tierce. 8Ai(i' iic: choice leal, keg, 11141s. Bulk meals firm. 4-"-s. 4114. O'X- 7(7714. rjugar-cured hams, lOlfec. Wtl.-ky Urm, SI 07. NEWYOKK, December 24. Klour blgher, with a moderate demand; r 11 pel line, western and Stale, So 50(7-5 (45. Wheat higher, with a moderate de mand; ungraded spring. SI 30(tl43. be steady, torn dull; ungraded 0m3'7rt4c. Coftfte nonOnslly unchanged. Sugar quiet; flr to good refining. 7's fMtye. Molasses Porto R'CJ In lair demand, 38' 47j Hlce, 0(7 7c. Poik quiet but flrm;iiies, 812 50 1 12 75. Laid higher; prime steam, 7. U7 Mali 8. Whisky nominal, SI 1H. CINCINNATI, December 24. Flour nrm: fami ly, So 20(70 35; fancy, $7. Wheat dull, 81 33rJ 185. Corn firm, 41(2440. Oats steady, 40a Kye llrm,fildli:ic. Barley dull, 90c Pork firm, 813 25 (213 50. Lard dull, 711 Bulk meats tlrm; shnul uerr, 4:14c; clear rib, Hc; clear. 7c Bacon dull; shoulders. 5lc; clear rib, 714c; clear, llc Green meats In fair demand; shoulders, 414c; sides, Hlsi? ttlc; bams, 7 1,31? Ho. Whisky steady and in fair de mand. Si 07. Butter tinner: cbo ce western re serve, 24t725c; prime western reserve, 22i223c; prime lo choice Ceutral Ohio, 2 1(2 22c. 8T. LOUI3. December 24 Flour llrmer. Wheat b?tl-r; No 2 reo, si 34U(T1 34n esh, 81 3d January, 81 41th. 1 4Hh-U 4lVi hebniary. I 451 3 (71 45 March; No. 8 red, 1 25(7 1 24. Corn easier; 85iH cash, HiiUtillimo January. a81irf 38e Keb niary 4014.1 tiarca, 4:11,3c May. Osts higher; 37 Wo cash. 87ri37l40 January. HhVjJ 'ebruary. byequlet; hie bid. Hurley. ho(2lt0c Whisky quiet at H2c Pork better; SI3 50 asked cash, sales early flu 45 January, 813 071? February Dry salt meats Urm and higher at 4.10(7 4 20. 0 50 20 00. 0.00(70.702. B.tcon nothing doing. Laid better, 7.40c bid. CHICAGO. December 24 Flour nominal. Wheat unsettled, but generally higher; No. 2 reo winter, 81 U214 cash; No. 2 spring. Chicago, SI 82iciuih, SI 32 U January, 81 84 February; No. 3 spring, Chicago. 1 15; rejected. 08u. Corn fair deuitind, but at lower rates; 40U Cash, 40SC January, 40 nc February. 4iUo May; rejdeted, 8713. Oats steady and lu lair demand; 84)0 uash, UfjHC January, 40c asked, May. K;e firmer at 802. Barley hrmer ut 8140. Provisions unseitlad, but Renerally blgher; closed weak and lower. Pork f 13 50 ca b, 813 50 bid January, Sia 70r713 72ti Februsry. 81H 110(7) 13 fi2t.3 March. Lard 7 45c li, 7 52V9'?7 55o January, 7 5(27.07Vii February, 7.77Vi(7 7,8i4c Maich. Bulk meats barely active and a sbada b.gh er; 4Vs(70 75(70 85a Whisky steady, SI 10. Large packing bouses are holding out; the union meets Ihls evening, when. It la thought, they will decide to give lu. NEW ORLEANS. December 24. Flour quiet but firm; superfine, 85 6lli75 75; double extra, 80S 0 1-iVr, treble extra. S,lH7l3i7H H2l-s; high grades, 80 75r77 87t. Corn active and urm, 67(7r8a Oats steady, 4llc Corameal quiet, 82 40. Hty active and firm; prime, 822(723; choice, 825. Poik quiet but firm; old, 813 50; new, 814 Lard steady; tierce, 8'Tkt. Bulk meats shoulders, packed, 4Me; clear rib, H.c; clear rib, 7a Bacon quiet; shoulders, 5:i sc; clear rib. 8c; clear. 81 kc. Sugar-cured bams scarce and firm; canvasetl, 10i711a Whisky steady; western reclined, 81 05(7t 15. Coffee steady; Bio, cargoes, ordinary to prime. i;iitiil7a Sugarqulet but steady; Inferior, 4W'7?.4C; common to good common, 5t(io:sn; fav to fully fair, OtaiT'ivtc; prime to chok-e, T.'tTio; yellow clarlllan, hiihasa. Molasses In fair demanu; common, 25227c; cen trifugal, 25(733c; fair, 80(7 32c; prime to choice, 83(74oc. Bice dull; Louisiana, ordinary to choice. V77v4c, BICI tiUUDS. BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK. December 24. Business continues nulet In all departments. Cotton goods were firm. and agents advanced Ellerton cotton llannels five per cent. Prints were In light demand but steady. Men's- wear woolens were quiet but prices tlrm, and spr'ng weights were closely sold up. Foreigu goods quiet. K1VEII NEWS. Rivers 'and Weather. Tun following official table eiveo particu lars concerning the condition ot rivers and weather at all important points: orrtca 8idNL Servick U. 8. A. 1 , Mum puis. Decern berf24, 18714. f Above low water. Changes. STATIONS. Rise rail Inches inches Inches Cairo 21 25 4 r?H Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque. Htiena, Ark... Keokuk Leavenworth . . Little Hock.... Louisville. Iroz'n Froz'n ....... 19 "a" 12 'so' 4 12 Froz'n I) l 22 8 8 1 4 30 6 8 8 "2" Mssnsnhtsj. .. Nashville ew Orleans. . . Pittsburg ibreveport.... St. Louis. vlcksburg Above beucbmhik. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. 8ar! Thar Wind. J Weather. 7rf)0 a.m. 80 1.1 43 N. LL Rain. 2:00 p. m. 80.12 85 N.W. L'- rain. 14:110 p.m. HO.au 20 N.W. Cloudy. Maximum tuetutuineter, 70 deg. nnimiini tnermometer. 20 deg. Rdlnrall, 0.01 Inches. B. T. DA3NEY, Private Slg. Corps, U. By Telexrnoh. a a. NA?nVILLE. December 24 River rising rapid ly, witn 18 reel on the siionis. PITTSBURli. December 24. River 8 feet 2 leches and falling wealoei cloudy and rainy, CINCINNATI, December 24. River 20 feet 8 Inches and rising. Weather raining. Departed Virgte Lee, Memphis. EVANSVILLK, December 24.-Itlver rls'ng, with 24 feet 4 Inches by tbe gauge weather elect lu; merouiy, 23 deg. VICKSBUUO. December 24. Weather-raining thermometer, 52 deg. Hlver ltsen 7 Inches. Up port Eadi acu tow, i am. NEW ORLEANS, Dscember24 Weather-cloudy; thermometer, 81 deg. Departed: Ed Blchardaou, Memphis; Centennial, bk Louis. 6T. LOUI3. December 24. River fallen 8 Inches 4 leet 0 Inches by tbe gauge. Heavy Ice began run nlng to-iilgtit. tilling the river nearly lull. Weather very cold and snoring. Nothing beard to-duy of ins mince or Annie. LOUISVILLK. December 24. River rising, with 1 1 feet 0 Inches in the canal and W feet ii Inches on falls, weather cloudy and raining. Departed Mary Houston, Charles Morgan, John Porter and tow. New Orleans; C.ns Millar, Guiding Star, Cu ciuuati, CAIKO, December 24 Noon. Arrived: James W. Gaff, Cincinnati, 7 a.m. Departed,- Belle Memphis, Memphis, noon, w earner rain, sleet and snow Night River 25 feet 4 Inches and rising. Weather ciomly; thermometer, 22 dtg. Departed: Janus w. uuu, jseuipuis. navrmesta at the f-ievee. ARRIVALS. Hard Cah. White river: Reuben R. Sprlncer. Cin cinnati; Osceola Belle, Osceola; James Lee, Friars Point; George W. Cheek. Ashport: Shield. Commerce; Anule r. sliver, New Orleans. DEPARTURES. Reubsn R. Springer, New Orleans; Josie Harry, Wuile river: Suleitis. Bledsoe's Landing: Georgt w Cheek. Aslip.i t; OsteoU Helle, Osceola; Vint Shin- k.e, Clno uuau; Anule P. Oliver, Cairo. IN POUT. James Lee, Jmns Howard, Hard Cash, Ouachita Bene. BOATS DUE. Vp Golden Bu!e. iMimt James W. Ga3. Charles Morgan. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. GnKaMViccB Ouachita Belle, Mark R. Cheek master. 5 una. Nkw OiujtAs James Howard, James O'Neal lussler, St p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Shields. 108 bales cotton, 240 sacks cotton-seed, in sundries Annie P. Silver, 25 hluls sugar, 150 brls molasses 103 pockets shot. James Lee. 234 bales cotton, 19 sacks cotton-seed, 1 1 bags sundries. G.to. W. Cheek, In bales cotton. 12 bags seed Ollon, 1 steer, 18 pkgs sundries Huben K. Springer, 216 pk-s furniture, 214 pkgs uvii, no urm wnisttr, iis psgs aunaries. Hard Cash brought nut or While river 511 biles coit in, moosHCKs ootton-Hora, lot sundries. Osceola Belle. 68 bales cotton, 2,1 bags seed cotton, umi sacks cottou-seed, 125 sacks corn, bead cattle, lot suudiles. Atevee I'aracraptra. Tbe Ari'kAL marine hlstortsn congratulates blm elf on being ab'.e to extend Ms fortyUflb "Merry Cnittmas" greeting to bis f. -leads of the profession Including bis Journalistic cotenipo.artes. Business fair. Local packets departed yesterday evening with fair trips. The Annie P. 8Uver passed up yesterday morales, ror Cairo. The ( ildca Bute Is due up to-diy, cn route to Cincinnati. Tne Charles Morgan will be due down to morrow bound lor New Orloans. 1 lie Belie Memphis is the Anchor-line packet to- monow evening ror i:airo. The James W. Gaff will arrive to-day and leave air iiu r-aioitiey ror ine onio r.ver. TitwJattts Howard's ttcpanure tor New Orleans Is iHMtiKinetl till live o'clock tills evenltnr. Kacelpls by river yesletd ty, U20 bales cottotf, 87 bsm seed-cotton. 23lH sacks eotton-sned. The Josle Harry departed yesterday evening for w ntte river wuu a good trip ot ireigut and passeu The Parts I'. Brown will reo 1ve a new larboard cylinder before she returns to New Orleans. It wll 1 be ready In ten days. . Tbe w. J. Poltervant will arrive to-duy. and leave next Monday for lUicuia river, with Captain John Denrlug in command. The Vint Snlnale departed last night for Clncfn- natt with 14oo bales cotton, a .0 brls oil, 10 tous old iron, and a lair showing of People.. Another rise In the upper onto Is Indicated In the report of heavy rains lu that region. This will be a godsend to coal Interests, pro. Piers and consumers. avowing to tne n im-iatile weather, Ihe Jamee Lee could not load up lo Ki-l away yeslenlav. came (iu-nlly she loses a trip,iu.d lajs over till to uuirrotv Miei lit mtt. The R. R. Bprtnger arrived In port about daylight yeslerduy uiomliig, and lettfor New otieans an hour or two afterward bhe dl:cuargud a lot of trelwht, and lefused offerings. The SU Louis KrimMifm "hove the It ul" Tuesday and found but lliue more than three livl of water out to Cairo, so that It would be almost impossible for any loaded steamers to go lo bl. Luuls eveu It Uirt weie no Ice In Ihe river. The Hard Cash arrived yesterday morning from While river wlib 511 bales cotton and looo sacks cotton. Owllin Ui the bad weather she litis nvee ,,,.ni Saturday evening, leaving fur all poluta on While in I river, going uiroiign to Jakstmport: me diiciiuiau tnuxtie ol lu' stlay bad the folluvr- 1 M. T. W I U WW i citj will rourot tu hear, u it ouiue to psse: 'Circumstances may render It necpssnry for the Memphis and Ohio river packet company to substitute another steamer for the James W. Gaff to-morrow." The Fates seem to hsve combined against the ma rines. There Is an abundance of business, plenty of water to do It on, but the elements overhead are worrying the most patient of us Into all manner of eloquence more forcible than harmonious. Some have achieved greatness In the lnveutlon of new cuss phrsees Captain L. H. Fogleman, of the ferryboat Overton, died yesterday morning of congestion, at bis resi dence, near Mound Citv. Crittenden county, Arkan sas, and his funeral will take place from the family residence at one o'clock this arternoon, Captsln Fogieman was th!rty-tvrj years of age, born and leared In rlltenden county, and leaves a wife and four children to mourn bis early demise. The Natchez liemornU says: "J. H. Chalmers has In rndnced a bill In the house of representatives providing for the construction of a dreoge and snag- boat, to have Us headquarters at tireenviiie. wuu a b-mtof this kind continually in our midst, ready at all times to remove snags and keep opea the channel over the several bad bars between tireen viiie and Bayou Sara, our local packets win be able to carry full loads at all seasons of the year." "Say, look bean, Johnslng, what do dls mean? What am day breakln' dls time 'er night fur? I tell vou. der iedirment day Is comln' sho 'nuff." "thet ud. you damphool. didn't you read de peal ylstidd ! , whar It said dat de Booby Springer war cumin' wld one o' deni 'lection lights on 'er Jack staff?" "Bless de goodness, jes' look at dat, and listen to dat whistle tootln'. Ef you hadn't tola me 'bout It, I'd a thought dat was Habrlel'a horn " St. Louis Tune. Tuesday: "The E. B. Durfee Is aground at Carroll's Island and taking water. Cap tain Keith came to the city yesterday to enter protest and procure assistance, and lelt again last ntgbt. Since the cold weather st In the river has fallen eaniatw itnd there la now but three feet and a balf water toCilro. Ihe Durfee Is not seilously Injured nor Is the damage to her cargo large, one win nmhnhtv make her war to the cliv In a day or two. " A St. Louis dispatch, yesterday, gives the condi tion of the river at that point, which Is becoming serious: "The Montana, from Pittsburg, and Urand Tower, from Vlcksburg, are Ice-bound at Grand Tower, and the City of Helena near Carondelet. The Durfee Is considered In a very bad condition. being hard aground near Widow Bayard's, and the Ice is cutting ber to some extent. She is drawing five feet, while there Is not but three and a half feet In the river. The Annie has gone to ber relief. The river Is still rtslDg. Biln last night; snow this morning " The marine historian of the SL Louis Reimbliean publishes a page from bis autobiography rroin which we Infer be has "swore off" again. He says; The wet-ender of the Memphis Appeal, Insinuates in the Issue of Sundavthat the wet-enders of this section of the country Indulge In something hot dur ing the suspension of navigation. In this be does us all grievous wrong, as all the river reporters en- eased on the morning paters here are teetotalerj. and drink nothing slrongr than coffee and Missis sippi water." Cincinnati Ewmirer. Tuesday: "A clipping from a Vlcksburg paper makes It appear that the Will Kile met with a serious mishap at Vlcksburg. en tailing a loss of about two thousand dollars. Chief Clerk Alexander stating that the boat bad been caught In an eddy at Vlcksburg while making a landing, and damaged a stone-boat, belonging to tbe government. Tbere w.-re no Itghta on the stone boat at the time. He sais the Kyle met with no ac cident, and that tbe Vlcksburg papers probably In tended lo say the Purge was worlh two uunuren aoi lars." Eid I'Baran Chamberlain, when he left the river pro fession and (began devoting tbe remainder of his life to the snrvlcs of railway companies, took with blm all that eloquence which characterizes him as the most accomplished forecastle orator of tbe age. He was up with the lark yesterday morning, and witnessed the performance of the Springer's electric light. We asked him to describe It to us, and be went on at such a terribly toplotttcal rate that we are only able to give an outline or bis description. Al tera few preliminaries lie said: "Could every man be transformed Into an artist, tbe heavens Into can vas, the oceans and rivers Into paint, could they have tne stars for scaffolds, the midnights of Eypt for backgrounds, the lightning's tlssh lor tluge and drapery, and could I, like tbe pious old Joshua, command me glowing sun m tne east ana tne sil very, blushlrg moon in the west to stand still until generation alter generation of these artists had dashed upon the canvas tbe benefits to be derived and tbe glories achieved for tbe river fraternity In tnese electric lights, It wou d flu beaven's expansive blue from pole to pole, wear out every brush, every artist will have passed In bis checks, and yet the I story will have but been begun." We apologized for having a pressing engagement to aid In tbe cere monies of a turke. s funeral about noon to-oay, ana we ere promised tbe remainder of bis story some other time. Something for thw New Year. The world-renowned success of Hostetter's Bitters, and their continued popularity for a quarter of a centuiy as a stomachic. Is scarcely more wonderful than the welcome that greets the annual appearance or uosieiusrs Almanac. This vaiuaoie mtxncii treatise Is published by Hostetter & Smith, Pitts burg, ra . under their own immediate supervision, emoioymg 80 nanasin that department. 1 en cyl inder printing-presses, 8 folding-machines, 5 Job presses, etc , are running about eleven months In Ihe ye ir on tuts work, and tbe issue of same tori880 win not be less than ten millions, printed In the :nglisb, German. Krenih, Welsh, Norwegian, Swed ish, tiouano. Bohemian ana apanisn languages. Befer to a copy of it tor valuable and interesting rea dng concerning healtb.and numerous testimo nials as to the efficacy of Hostetter's Bitters, amuse ment, varied Information, astronomical calcula tions and chronological Items, etc.. which can be de pended on for correctness. The Alinanao for 1880 can be obtained, free of cost, from druggists and general countiy dealers In all parts or the country. Oalv one Hair Dye has been proved polsonless. Prof. Chilton, whose reputation as an analytic!, chemist gives his statements tbe weight of author ity, announces that t ristsdorii's Itieelsliir Dye has been subjected to tbe proper tests In his laboratory, ana mat tne results snow it to be ABSO LUTELY HA RM LESS, as well as adra.rably adapted to tne purposes ror wuicn 11 is aesignea. jianuiac- , .... 1 t.,, f ruruTiiumn Kin 1 1 -j IKIIII.m .. New York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all tiair Dressers. A. CABD. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. Tbla great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Bend a elf-addressed envelope to Rev. Joskth T. In as: Station D., New Tnrlr fntv. SiVTatffli e-fiSSiJ ft It 1 t!.r Wt ti.ood rnrlllcr, nnA tstimalateei cvrry Kiel ion lo moru htUhful actio 11, aud id In cliiii inntin 4 tin iir-imriiitK! of thehlortl.the n'.uru! anil rien.'-sriry r ult is the curctjf .Scruf olon.t hiu. oitior .'rk n Kruptioo.s aud Diseases, lsif.-im!: :t; i'ari-iM-R. Vli cm r.ntl other Sren, I'y.-If'--1:i. WVnUnt-ss of tin- srnm.ich.l'onMl pn.ii 'ii. I:.ziinw. ivMi-rnl Debility, etc., aro '.-ntMi I v the NikCp liUtff. It is unequaltiii tu un ip)et!r Mil r-KHtHr ln:r. It is a in'Mli -Ine whi'h shun hi be In evry fam- fc ilv. nmt wiiit). whcievrr ii:m1, will bave tUe R i.'n-niiiiil t.t r.i iMV (lis-'fOIH- InlU l'tittl.f! of two sizes; prirf, 50cnts and $1.00. fcyMVarner's Ssifc Heme IiCM are sold by lru?sists unrl J Healers in Mctlicinc everywhere. lEEWAEM&CO, '12 'nr. '--.I iTupneiors, timir, Bf. Y. I D-Send for Pamphlet and Testimonials. bold wholesale In Memphis by 8. MANSFIELD CO. luka Hotel and Springs FOB RKST, LKAHR OK H VI.E. THESE Springs are situated on the M. andC. R.B., 115 miles east of Memphis, in a high rolling country, entirely tree from malaria. The hotel Is riew. large and comfortable. The springs ara noted for tbe cure of Dyspepsia, Dlseasesoi tbe Liver and Kidneys, Female Diseases and General Debility. 1 will rent, lease or sell the hotel and entire springs property on liberal terms. The house Is furnished with new furniture, which Is also for sale on liberal terms. If applied for early. Address IHrlS M K. HIIIKIS. line. siwiriril. Clewli trsraert DiuM rietss at Cntnnta! Fipcwlsfcm foi . . i. . .,wl MMHM ,i"it law cn irtee of tcff ti.,a and (otoHi.j Tlis tob ver nia.ie. As our blno slrl trado-nicrlr Is clrs miitatea on Infcrloe jrnods. ess that J'tekmfn'e hm If ol every plus. Sold r.v stl demlers. Send foe wnk free, lo C. A. Jcksos A Cc. Mfrs.. Peteesbors. V C. H. TAYLOR. GEORGE ARNOLD. Taylor & Amola Wholesale Grocers. COTTON FACTOJ1S And Commission Merchants, 72 Front street, : Memphis. TTAVTNG closed tbelr SL Louis hoc so. are now l'JL fully prepaied to receive and make liberal ad vances on consignments ot cotton, etc, to their Memphis boose. They are Just In receipt of and re ceiving by rail and river a well-selected stock of Groceries, Produce and Plantation Supplies. KELLEY&&VCADDEN WHOLESALE -AND- COTTON FACTORS 414 Main street, Memphis. OTcrton Drug- and Family Medicine Store D. F. GOODYEAR, Practical Apothecary. tfiosdvesr's liver Tssiesid mild Ca- tbartie. Sovereign remedy for all disorders of Stomach and Bowels. Dizziness, Falutlng.Headache, Extreme Lassitude, yield readily by the proper use of ins Liver ionic nooanafi Kureks C'blll Tonic. Yes, those shaking, oiitverlng for us will soon give way to this valuable Chill Destroyer, and awaken within you new life, vltror and manhood. Your appetite will soon return, and December become as pleasant as May. 0c nu t SI. Vearetable Tonic Specific Pill. For the permanent cure of Seminal Weakness, Incon tinence. Genital Debility, and Irritability. Gravel, Stricture, and all other Nervous Dis eases, commonly known by that baneful of all diseases so Irequently exblblteJ in the Pallid Coun tenances of tue young men. srK.YiATOKKHKA, producing by such polutlon. Loss ot Memory. Uni versal Lassitude, Dimness ot Vision, Pains In the Back. Premature Old Age. Insanity, and not unfre uuently that much dreaded disease, Consu nptlon. A strong will and determination to continue the use ot the pills until every vesllge of symptom has de parted, will certainly crown your efforts with Joy and Kindness. Price. S'-i fill per box. or H boxes for rl. and O boxes for $10. It sent by mall. 25c extra tor ii poxes. Kor lurirter luroriiiatlon adree D. F. GOODYEAR, Overton Drug Store, Memphis. UNITED STATK3 AND RUTAi MAIL 9 1 EAMKB3, NewYsrk ta O ncrnatowa . Liverpool Every lhuntla$ or ittifay. City of Berlin, 5491 trms. City of Montrel,44P0tn Cl'y of Ku.-htr.oud, 4'107 City of Brussels, 8776 City of Chester. - 4(0rt City ot New York,- B500 These magnificent steamers are among the strong est, largest mill fastest on tbe Atlantic, and have every modern Improvement, Including hot and cold water and electrto bells in staterooms, revolving chairs In saloot s, bath and smoi.lng-rooms, barber hops, etc. For 1 ales of passage and other Informa tion, apply to JOHN G. DALE, Airent. Ul Broadway, New York, THOS. FISHKK, Wmnwl Haeth- Mttnmhla Kxorntot's Notice. I WAS this (litr aiiHitiued ana iiuitlliletl by the Pro baits couit tf titieitiy county, Teuuessee, extMJulor Of Ljtltltun l'enn, deceHMHl. U. W. WILLIAMSON, JB. November 20. 1K7. Assignee's Notice. MKST1MI of oredltorsnf A. Hjndman, bnnk J. . ruiit. Is callexl to uioet Tuesday, lttcemt)eir 2.1. 1K7U. HI tlis ulll.-o or T. J. LalhHlil. Heirinlttr. In iloiui.li , MrmiinlN, Tttun., to cunslder thtt question ui auiviuenaoi usseis. was. BAnriuiu, Iwoowoer ltf, 17U. Astdsaeei, i'.r wsaB,i pR?5S5y: VetraK vi r t',1 sn m W n a d- i ra hi hah AN OPEN SECRET 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 secure them. These roseate, bewitching hues follow the una of Hagan's Mag nolia Balm a delicate, harm less and always reliable article. Sold by all dmggists. The Magnolia ISalm conceals every blemish, removes Sal lowness," Tan, lledness, 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. ,-a.,ite..j-i . am ffi si SjpTi A kPr.RNIIDl OPPOHTI VITY TO WIN Al FORTUNE. FIRST GRAND DISTRIBUTION. CASS A, AT K8W ORLEANS, TUESDAY. JAN- uahi ia, ltsao item uonmiy Drawing. Louisiana State Lottery Company This Institution was regular I v lncnmorated hv the Legislature of tbe State for Educational and Charita ble purposes in 1808, far the term of twenty-fit Tear, to which contract tbe Inviolable faith of tbe State Is pledged, which pledged bas been renewed by an overwhelming popular vote, securing Its fran chise In tbe new constitution adppud December 2, A.D 187)4, witb a capital of $1,000,000. to which It has since added a reserve fund of 8350,000.' t sSiraad Mlntclei aanber Distribution will take place monthly, on Ihe second Tuesday, it never cale or yoxtpome. Lock at tbe following Dis tribution: CAPITAL PRIZB, 530.000. 100,000 TICKETS AT TWO DOLLARS EACH. HALF-TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. 1 Capital Prize $30,000 1 Capital Prize 10,000 1 Capital Prize 5,000 2 Prizes of $2,600 6,000 5 Prizes of 1,000 6,000 20 Prizes of 600 lo.non 100 Prizes of 100 10,000 aoOPrtzesof fvtt in ru n 500 Prizes of 20 inmin 1000 Prizes of 10 10,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZ1CS: 9 Approximation Prizes of S300 2,700 Approximation Prizes of 200. 1,800 9 Approximation Prizes of 100....... trtO 1857 Prizes, amounting to 9110,400 Responsible corresponding airents wmied at all points, to whom a liberal compensation win be paid. wnwj, cioariy nulling ruu auaress, ior runner in formation, or send orders bv exnress or mall Ad dressed only to 21. A. HAI PHIK, New Or leans!. V.rv., or same person at Nn. 81 0 Broad, way. Sew York, or to No. 8 West Court street, Memphis. Tennessee. AH our Gratui EiXranrdinary Drawing are under t7u mtpennxion and management of GENERALS A. T. BEAUREGARD (Wirt JURAL A. TCART.V. P. E. HOPKINS & CO, MILLIXEHY. LOPKINSj MEMPHIS. b TRENCH PATTERN BONNE T3, Square Crown, 1 Derby. Jockev Cans. Hats. Bonnels. Flowers. Ribbons, Feathers, Etc., at .Reduced. Prices. 269 MAIN ST., Opp. Court Square iffiii:; (iisti In Is, 10O UNION STREET. . , TYLEK, SI. A PHI.tCIPAL John 11. Fergasoo, Assistant, rpHE principal of this school desires to inform the JL public that be will remove Wednesday. No vember 2rlth, fiom his present place of ttiachlng at the Presbyterian Horns, on Alabama street, to 100 Union street. This location Is decldediv the most central that any educational Institution enjoys In town, being convenient to Main street and the street cars. The principal intends that bis school shall bb what It pretends to be, a thorough school for boys. Thankful for tbe already cord.al renewal of tbe pa tronage of bis friends of last year, be solicits the feneral Indorsation of the Memphis public Prof, yler is a B. A. and M. A. of that great southern In stitution of tearing, the University of Virginia, and bas bad experience both as a professor In William and Mary College, Virginia, and as a teacher In com mon schools. He has lately secured the valuable assistance of Mr. John B. Fergusson. a graduate of uie coumwesiern univeistiyoi ciarksvuie, xenn. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Boys over 8 years, per quarter of 2 months 88 Boys under 8 years, per quarter ot 2 months 7 UPPER DEPARTMENT. English Branches, per quarter 812 ancient Languages ana if.ngnsn. per quarter.... 14 Modern Languages. SI extra each, per month. besston negan xsov. 1 in: closes .lime 25, 18RD Exclusive Memphis Agency. R. G. CRAIG & CO. tiEXCISK EXTBA EtltLY I Orchard, Herd. Tiniolliy, Clover BRINLKY STEEL Together with a large stock of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS And Grass and Garden Seeds, at the large and commodious store. 301 main Street. 1 Jl. O. CRAIG & CO. jPrewrription Free. For the upeedy Cure of 8?bj liial VeukiifKrt, L.ot-H of IVIunliood, and all disorders broiiK-hton by imlitscrt tiou or excess. Any Iruiarigt lian tlin liiirrvtitenlH. AndresH DAVIDSON & CO., 7S Nassau St.. N. V. DRUG EMPORIUM! 195 Poplar St., Dean Block, HAS just received a fresh and complete s ock of Pure Medicines. Imported Lluuors. Soaps. Stationery. Fancy Goods, etc. Call and examine my stock betoie purchasing elsewhere. The Prescrip tion Department will be under my personal supervl sion day and nigm, and ail can reiy on getting tne purest medicines and having tnein accurately dls pensed. - J. P. MEKR1TT. 195 Poplar St. J.A.FORREST & CO DEALERS IN Horses and Mules, 61 & 63 Monroe St., near Peabody Hotel. WI are receiving dally a large assortment of HOUSES and MULE3. Persons wanting stock will save money by calling before purchasing elsewhere. Ever) thing sold by us fully guaranteed. Orders solicited. . HE AIiTiIHOTICE . OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH. 1 Taxinu-Di-trrt of snKLBy County, v Memphis, ieun.. uec. lo, 1S. 1 Fresh Vaccine Matter received to-day at the Health ofllce, 200 Second street. Indigent people having children requiring vaccination are hereby notified lo nave mem at tne neaun otnee netween ine noursor 9 am. and 1pm. each day. Physicians wishing to supply themselves will please call on tbe secretary. This matter thould be used at once. J. ABKRCROMBIE, Secretary Board ot Health. INSURANCE. J. J. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHY. Murphy & Murphy, REMOVED TO UNTO. O 3&aCo.c5Lli50X3. (In rear of Cotton Exchange.) SlemphiM. ... Tennesseei ONLY First-Class Companies. Glnbocses and Country Stores Specialties. Masquerade Suits. A LABGE ASSOHTMZNT OF Theatrical and Fancy Costumes lTIdIM, BEARDH, KTC Private and Amateur Theatricals, Tableaux and Mask Balis, Furnished verr Cheap. Sam'! Iay,Costumer, S37 JIAIiKTHKr.T. MINTER PARKER, Real Estate Broker & Rental Agent 8S9 3IAIN STKI5ET, Corner MadiMtn. MEMPHIS. deairiM rtlerf ; 'ihk) Wil Iv-d. DRY CLEANING. rrt'Ht. in nil fitbric. clt-mied ttnliout ni'inn,; or removing ttu Iriiiituiuu. TIih tuimt elnborute tMtrtJ ftuti thf mi it:..! tli, s.H..s .te thtid tlvituLly cteuiea. W M. It. TE BI.I.K.SeS Walnut St., Cle.eltlMd.CA. t e . i . 1- i i-t .1 I t . mji. .. .. .i.-nilh (..w lifd. J.FLAHERTY c& CO VNUEUTAKK ItS, And Manaraetnrera of t'lahertj'a Tutent Preserving Casket or Corpse Cooler, S17 and SIM MKCON1) HT., HKHPIIIM WK keep on hand ruli llnee of Metallle Solid Walnut, Rosewood Flnlsliexl Ciuket ami Ceuieis, trimmed lu the bluheat stylo of art. irders W Mall or XelegrapJi wul beprouiiiUi Hied, CO.U SI: Tiff A. TACCAKU. Br VA.CCAKO, A. VACOABO &OO. IF?OKTEIlH AKi WINES, LIQUORS & OIGABS, Wo. Vmnt M.H.Coover&Co MAKiUFACTDKEKS I0F Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings! All iriVIIlu IIL 1XIIIU a V- I., twr t K TV. f 1ST ItlVU AliU .IV A Is A 17 A' J J Ifc Brackets and Scroll Work, Rough and Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington street. mm WHOLESAIiE Grocers and Cotton Factors! 256 Front street, OUK COTTOX WAREHOUSE IS JXO from our friends and customers, and will WE ARE SOW An Entirely Kew and and will wait on onr Z. M. late Kates. VizerA Co. TBS. BO AN CO s Haceessors to Katea, Fixer Jc Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, and 113 Union Street, Memphi. Ill AV. B. CJalbreath. COTTON CSIJnr Warehonse (Mnlnal Storage Company) is now open, ready to receive, cotton, on which we will W JLi irocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371-373 Main street, Memphis. SHAFFER, 1 Dealer in D oors, Sasli, Bllnfls, MOla LATH AND SHINGLES, Nos. 337 and 339 Second Street, Corner Union. In OM Postofflce H. C FEARCEi !1 WnOLESAJLE Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants Ko, 258 Front street. Memphis, Ttun, J. C. NEELY. KS, iiuuuuijauu Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, No. SOY Front street, 31 empliig, Tenn. VAn6RAVFE LAN Ken eri of ? rcl, and nnafBetnrer of nest Hitam orf.etcle reauerea jLara in tne tnwHty i;nwrintii i every Rwefaw-re. Second street, from COTTON Gl 4 80-SAW HULLEE GINS! Complete Cleaners, Condensers, Etc. Cotton conslg-ued to me covered by River lasurauee and insured while at Gin. COAL AND WOOD YARD, G2. 64 and COTTON XV. T. Bowdre. Booth . Slalone. r. BDW11RL MLBIE k II SSO Front street ff,SS31'.f?rSAIl Memnhis. Tenn. Onr Mhed is open and Prattjrwin & Go WHOLESALE Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods nosinnY, 3zsto. Xo. 32 MAIS STREET Of We desire to Inform our friends and the trade orders from Memphis, where we Intend to continue B7.P!ease artdrefsius hereafter only to 829 Main CLAPP Si EeliOo3lEeliiOgoi! 0 BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS; . Blank Bock Manufacturers and Job Printers, 315 Main Otreot, i a 3LIoxia.xalxlgi.TPor.na ty In addition to onr usual stock of School. Blame and Hlscpllanecns Books, Stationery, etc, we are now j fullvnrari&red for the Hnlldava. with a lanre assortment of VI KK BOtlkA of all the leading authors. Mandannstt Illaatrattaaa. Albsaa.Ull Juvcallo Uook, t'tary Paprterla. of vite th. attention or the purine, rf timers promptly attentieti to. A.VDBEW BTF.WABT, ASDEETl New Urleaas. if a Dm w WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 356 ssd S5S Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and New Orleans, Louisiana. 1 B. TACCABO DEAJJSKS Ktretpt. MeranhlH. iAiiry I 111 KU 11 j; IWS-JAAJC, Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Lath?. Etc., 3AAJ Memphis, fenn. Tf OPES, and we solicit consignment make liberal advances on all shipments RECEITIStt Fresli Stock of Goods, friends as UMual. I JAM. II. DOAN, Henphls, Tesn, J. M. Fowlkes. FACTORS, make liberal cwh advanren. anager, luckier 'Icmnlif s, Tennennee. Am B. SU6Ss 4 ei 6EOCEBS, M. NEELY. uiiuujjiieU. 13 D & SON, winter Htf ned Lflrd-Oll using none but tbe i manutricturQ or svne. tpicnM, i;oniiuon aaa H. vS. T4Yt.fR repreHntn in In MpmpnU. N & IVl ILL Jackson to Commerce, Main street Bowdre FACTORS, ready lo receive Cotton. . . -.51EfliriIIS, TEIfM. generally, tb.tt we are agiln fully prepared to OH their our business, having closed our house In St, Loul5. stree', Memphis, Ttnn. TAYLOR, Feiis.WrlllBX - lrka.VI'Ark - U.xe.. Bible.. beautiful h.tnd-painted designs, etc., etc., to which we In 1. U W1SK K, llenphls. P. H.HA1LKT. HeatpbU mmvmw a srn .2 bt sv-iai x Commission Merchants. Ay ER&CO LJ.J.11A 0.. H. BROOKS. H. NEELY & CO. Sterlfiri & Lee Offer to the trade tbe most com plete lines of FUTG, TWIST, NAVY. CIG- AI&S'X Domestic, Key West,- Imported Havonas. Vanity Fair Cigarettes Smoting Tobaccos, Merschaum Goods, and every variety of SMOKIR'S ARTICLES for tbe Holidays. Orders solicited, and Samples and Price-Llsts sent on application. STERNBERG & LEE 313 JtTAIlir 8TRKKT. CD CO CO CD B CO Ague Cure Is purely vegetable bitter and powerful tonic, and is warranted a speedy anil t er tain cure for Fever and Ajriie, Chills mid ever. Intermittent or t lull lever, 1 re mittent Fever. Dumb A sue. Periodica,! or liilious Fever, and nil malarial dis orders. In miasmatic ilisrricts, the rapid pulse, coated tongue, thirst, huMitmle, !o.ts (if apiietite, pain in the back and loins, ami cold ness of the spine and extremities, are onlv preinoninons ot severer symptoms wlm-li terminate in the aeue iiaruxv.sm. succeeded by high fever and profuse perspiration. It is a start Hnir fact, that ruiininc, nrsonie. and other poisonous minerals form tlie lrnsis of most of the " Fen-r and Ajrno I'rejwir.i. tions," " Specifics," " Syrups," and " Ton Jcs," in the market. The pri!trutiouA ma.le from these mineral oisoiis, ulthon'li they are palatable, and may break the chill, do not cure, but leave tlie malarial and their own drag ixiison in the system, producing quinism, dizziness, rininii in tlie ears, head ache, vertigo, and other disorders more for midable than the disease they were intended to cure. AVer's AeiE Ci'RE thoroughly eradicates these noxious poisons from the system, and always ces the severest cases. It contains no quinine, mineral, or any tlnnir that could injure the most delicate patient: and its crowning excellene j, above its cer tainty to cure, is that it leaves the system as free from disease as before the attack. For Ldver Comnlaints. Ater's Acm Cure, by direct action on the liver and bil iary apparatus, drives out the poisons which produce these complaints, and stimulates the system to a vigorous, healthy condition. We warrant it when taken according to directions. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. SOLD BT ALL DBUSOISTS ZTZKTWHZU. PRESCRIPTION FREE TTlor tbe speedy Cure of Seminal Weakness. Lost X HanhoodL, Premature De-bility, Nervousnem, Despondency. Confusion of Ideas, Aversion to Socie ty, Defective Memory, "3t J Disorders Brought on by Secret Habits and iuft-redients. Atiureu, dr. JAOUbb & CO. 130 West Slztb Street. CINCINNATI. OHIO. jrnKMCiiirriox fkkk. TTU5B THK SPEEDY CUBE of Seminal Weakness, JD Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on Of Indiscretion ot excess. Anv drugfrlst has the lngre dienta. DB. JAQUES ft CO., 181) t ewtt Hlxtn ateMK. innoinnsii. ill. viniiu iiina.isi T...V,, A. I ir.v.fA t fails to cure, tivea lmmtxiLata relief, cures caries of onf stand ing in 1 TTBek.oni inary cne in 2 days. sailx.ttK S.MdbyaU druirriKts. J. P. BlrtXER, M.l 416 Sornca St..Pbila..Pa,.Sola PrH.rir-it.t-ir AiIvicr fre in all disea(es. Call or write. ('AL'TION Wrapper on bottle t yTta printed i Mack.ha rniuKUiMui) loU. caerM om wnerm geuuw N O w. JUNKS ft. CO. Agent. hi Main Btreeu Administrator's Notice. HAVING Qualified s admlnUtrater of the estate of Mrs. Auitusta Kortrecht. deceased, all per sons having claims against the estate will please present them to me; ana tnose owine tne estate will please seme up. J. tm.nni , auoi r. wauiwa sirepfc. THE Cincinnati Packing Co PACK (CIlS OP PORK, IiARD, AND QUEEN OF THE WEST BRAND " -or Extra Snar-Cnred Hams, Shoulders, and Breakfast II aeon, Olnolnq a,-tl. Ohio. GI1A33H and J A CO B-W PATKVr LlTIIOKBstl. JU. JACOBS, having now . red LUt-s Patent . both In the U. 8. and Canada lor tbe elastic pro cess ot copying, cautions all pemons from purchas ing anyol the "grams" or "graphs 01 eounteilelt Imitations by which the public are belcx victimized. After a series of experiments conducted at greatcoat and Involving much labor, Jacob's Lltbogram has been so completely perfected that It Is not only more durable, but so altered In construction and thickness (double the original) and ease or erasure, mat the Patentee of this wonderful and labor-saving appa ratus Is enabled lo oiler a guarantee with each Lllh oeram sold: and In oids that all may test tbe mer its of the Lltbogram, has established the following reduced prices: rosiai usrd. 51 txj; note, let ter. So: Foolscap. S7: Folio. 8H. Agents wanted throughout the count y. Address J. Al. JACOBS, 8 Arch street, Boston, Mass, neierenoe, Band, Avery otto schwill&co suo., coston. OFFER AT LOWEST PRICES New Crop Grass Seeds ONI0N-8KTS. WHEAT, BYE, AND BTJIST'S FEEMIUH r GARDEN SEEDS! Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Asparagus and Buubarb Roots, Strawberry Plants, etc. Also, Wrapping Paper, Paper-Baa's and Twines. 223 Main street, Memphis, Tenn Al GOOD PLAN. Combining and op-rating many ordr out tul aura a ary auviuiap. vi IHfulruanafwineut. Lt r prvfliadl-Us-d piwtataoa DTMimtntiul to tlli.fto Circular, wun iuin. lila&atlona how alt can succsmI in stock rWlmcs, mailed fra. Memphis Floral Co. a nw atmeino- the larmwt stock of Bedding and r BlrmlnslantsevcrirrownlnthesoutU. Bed a o l1 5 w o Hi r 13 ding Plants and Ruses a aueclulty. Imoorted Hy acinths, Tulips, Crocus and Narcissus Bulbs, and Flower Seeds fresh and reliable. Send for prices and save time and money. STORE. 357 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS IMPOBTAJJT JSFliCXAI NOTICE. IN view of the constantly Inereaslntt popularity and demand for the cetebrstel Arr.w Tie the nnl versally reeoKnlz-d favorlt Tie of Planters, Cotton Press men. and Shippers of Cotton r.Demllv the Amerlcnn Cotton Tie Supply Campsny, sole prorrletors and manura turers of sold Tie. commndlng une qualed facilities, have. In addition to their lanre stack on hand, contracted for Increased qnantm. u(fl cient to meet the largest demand for Cotton Tics to cover the entire crop of the coming sea ton; and now. through their AgenU generally, offer the popular and Irrepressible ARROW TIE at Umest uarket price, In butidlMt complete. II being tbe purrose of the Company to merit the continued patronage ot the plant ing community, and defy all competition that may arts. Office or the American Cotton Tie Supply Co., Xo. CO Carondelet SL, Netr Orleans. JSO. K. HPF.FII Sc. CO.. Wpeel.l Agfln. wwylils. H. w. HtVy, rrf.ldt. IMDUSTBIM. Jamos O. Xii"I-Q cjts Oo-. FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS MULItWELIGUTS 89, 31, 33 and 35 Front street, corner Auction, Memphis. OTKAM 8AWMTLL9 AND ENQINE3 ALL KINDS IBON AND BRASS CASTINGS -SOLE AGENTS KJ lot Smith vaiiei's Atles and Cam siMm-Pump. einear. plication. iear. imteiMliMl ana ri..i.ti. ijaajL.u run uutturiiti viiauiulsh NAFOLEOX HILL, a, rO HILLFOPAIE& COTTON FACTORS AND- 296 and 298 FRONT STREET, I COR. THIRD AND LOCUST STS., MEMPHIS.... TEJiX. I ST. LOUIS MISSOURI tlTAgent for tbe Celebrated K. Carver Cottnn-i1n..&1 PORTEKTAYLORGlGd COnON MD 300 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS. WIIOXiESAIiE l.lDii,Fnsl boois lias reopened with a new and complete stock, and is prepared to fill all orders in the above line. Special inducements to cash bnyers. 312 Main, opp. Peabody Hotel. COTTON No, 336 Front street. J. T. FARGASOH & G9. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 309 Front street, Memphis, Tennessee, aku Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 1W) Uravler street, Aew Orleans. La. TTTK HATS OPKNKD A PERMANENT BRANCH OF OUR HOUSK AT NKW ORLEANS TO SIEKT THE V wants of onr trade, and consignments of cotton will have careful atntlon. B. J. SEIVIIVIES SOL.E PfiOFBIETOBS OF Old ITannissee, OUR TTTT . . TRADE REGISTERED. Old Kentucky SO UR iliASH Gliichasaw Iron Worfcsl Handle cdts Xtivermoro, Ixoxo'j3 98 Second Ht., opp. market Square, IZeuiphig. BTllili OPES HIVE NOT BKE!V CEiOHCI Have on hand a stock of Xtibet, Brooks, AlbertsoB, and are prepared to r-romptlv fill all orders for BL. diavla Joka H.BtUlTaa, M. GAYIN Wholesale Grocers. Cotton Factorc, And Commission Mercliants, QOQ Front street, Blttwws AdftBH Our MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes his wnote time etnrcnHrve. we nave onr own iwtdn warenouse. corner wininiton nn Mennnei. KEEL Grocers and Cotton Factors, 224 Front street, Mempliis. Liberal advances made on W B. HAUiUKY, I Late of Harris, Mallory 4 Co. ALLORY, GRflW (SUCCESSORS TO W. Wholesale Grocers,Cotton Factors AND COMUISION MEBCDAXTS, S3 sl Front Stroot, We are prepared to make Liiberal Advances on consignments of Cotton, which will be handled for the best interests of the uliipperw. ORGILL BROTHE HARDWAE IRON, CASTINGS. CUTLERY AND -GUNS, Steam Engines, Boilers, Ironpipe and Machinery Fixtures, AG RICXTLTTJIlAXi Iteltins;, Iloae and I'acking, Cotton ilrs meitsfM, Faneht-UcerinfjlnsineH. rit Slillt. Sole Agents in Memphis for It. F. AVEK1' & SOXSPLO IYH. HTOur stock la now fresh and complete, and being lacturers. ureters promptly niieo. Xos. 310-312 FIIUNT STREET, 5IETfIP121 N. K. FAIRBAIK1! ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO, LA D AND LARD OIL! Orwe would call tbe attention of the trade generally to our well-VaowB brand of Lard and Lard Oil. Some rrapiUas manutacturers. unable to nompete fairly with us, ar. placing oiwn the market Lard packed akart wrlxsi. both Tieref and Market. Y a ennrf.llv call tbe at tention ot essinnrrtlo the above facts. Ill B Lard Is always l I.L, tVtJteriT. weask hat we be sustained In our eflorta lo keep J SSBCSI Juo. W. Millard. DILLARB, GOFFIBI a 6 Cotton Factors and 260-262 Front lEOTOORK iron eiore-rronu. aniru.tg, tellers. Han win a Hreriaiir. ntiimti riimi.h - XTAJJiE, XEBOXE HILL. FACTORS CO A1TEE, FACTORS, Sfempliig, Tenn. -qi MARK mn and ether standard Presses, work In the Foundry and Mschlne-shop Line ThM. ciara. 31. J, Clack. IVIoixxipnis, Tonn. Rail J fT VK na. to the Weighing and Sale of ali Cotton Intrusted to & GO. consignments. W. J. CRWKiiKI, ! Late ot W. B. Gaihreath & Co. B. MALLORY & CO.) loxxxxalxls. Sroxxxx. 9 XMPLElNT DEPOT added to dally by new goods direct from the manu- gtwu 111 ure Mi.riw irn.q (t slSDIIti . t 1 u 11 1 t H X s". 11. JL. Coffin. SX. O. Hall Wholesale Grocers, streot, Elcmnliis. CO I RS & CO S. T olinsoii's rKIYATl, Eledical Dispensary- No. 17 JEFFEESCN STREET, Betweea "lafjs awd l.t Teatpfci. lA-tiAjiijaiiuj u i&ou.j DR. JOHWSON H acfcnowledr?l ty aT pne!s tn teraeted as by far the ft ott Hoeoewf-al H.r i! mn In the treatment of private or secret 1 Otink. tuorooirn mm peemnriMit, cures tmnntn eed in am. ease, male or female. Kescent e& ot uonoirrea and Syphilis eared In a tew cur, witbcut the n. i f mercury, change of dial, or hire lranee from butin". Secondary Syi.hllis, the last e:e era(;'cniyt out the nseof memiry. Invt iintarj lo-s of f n stopped In a short tuna, CQ?f-ree rrom lmrot- rty or loots of sexuil powers retoid to free vi-rov in a few weeks. Victlirs of eeif-ifcoe ard eximve veoeey, nirferln rrom tnn.uo'Trie and i-jeJi of physical and mental power, speoOiij aad D-tiLa-nently cured, Partlcolar attention pa'd to th Desease. of Women, and cures gu-iranteed. Throat and Long bisrases e-i-ed hy new rr'.r: es. Piles and old sores cured without the use ot Oeorthe knife. All eonsuitatlons strictly confidential. ' HeOlclne. seot by exsreas to all pan. of the'eoun try. Offlce borrrs from J8 a."m. to 9 p. m. SunJivft rom 8 to 0 p. m. UK. M. A- l'OUL IS the most sucoessfnl and ehearst rn rhmnlcsnd Prlvste Ilea es. OlEce,,o tf Uuibarry sueet near B-ele. Vemrht. Chancery Sale .f Ileal JLstate. No. 2W2 R. Chan cry Court of Shelby county M. O. L. S-twsrt t Henry iJilte et aL BY VIRTtK of an Interlocutory degre fnr sale. etilered lo the above ca'i-e on Ui. 1 lth ty of March. 17S. M. B. 'ii, p. 48. 1 will sell, at public auction, to the biebeei bidder. In front of the C erg and Master's ofliee, eotinboue of hlby county, Mmr.l Is (now ToXlng-DlHrlct of Shelby eounti), Tennessee, ea Matardar, w.her T. 1879. within legnl hours, the following derlbed rroprrv situated In Sheiny ceuntt. Tmnett-e. u 1 K'fiy 22-100 (RO TI) acre of Isnd on tl-e ate L n- r,tl. rwrthwest and adjoining IK Rieiier; vult'tl st Sia.lHKt: lylnr In tbe firth e-vll d:tl,H ol Mit-lliy county. Tennessee, and that pitrt o tbe Jan-t Luke mitxliv1!on conveyet! hy mil .'a-et Luk to ue sm T. W. Lakeo. tbe ;th day or Slsn-n. ISrtT. vthich Is ot retwd In Bti rtrt. pocen fv47-fi22. in the har Intel's oCl.-e f f fchelby couniy. Tennr-see. Terms of Sale On a cr-dUof seven mrmfu; rmr chaer ezacuting nots with approved eexur.l,; lien retHlned: reoeniptitin barred. This November -Jd, 1 ".. R.J BLACK. Clerk and llwr. W. B. Gllsson. Sou tor C troi-iX inn Administrator's f;tce. HAVTXG qualified as adm'JiitrtnT of the ette of J H. Childress, dcwtsetl. t arsons I 1. clued to said estate will ri-ase cii I end .;t'e- -dt:ioe having claims acalnst saru-t wt;l .resent U fir ae eounts, will In tue time irticrlbel hr U. or tlicy will be barred. S. H. LtUR, Ar.mtiii-ir0rrir. thn MlssisMprl rnd Tennes-ee Ivpot, t'nancerj Sale of Heal Estate. Ko.1012. R. Chancery Cnort ef She'.hy county H. Kltzieralt; et aL vs. Kit Arnold. BT vtrtue ot an lnterlocumry deciee t tr saV en tered In the above cau-ie on the 5th dsj of De cember, 1S7H, M. B. 2S. pfe SH. 1 vtlil sell, at public auction, tothe blirhest bidder. In front of the Clerk and MaMer's oilice, Coun house or i-heiby county, Memphis. Tenn., now Iaxlng-DLstrlct of Shelby cojnty, Tenntee, oa c . Humrday. Jtnniry IO, 1HM1, within legal hours, the following drsor I two r. ropery, situated In She by county, Tr nn., t-i-vrll: The undr Tlded one-seveLth Interest of tne Oetenda' t. eij Ar nold. In tbe following r-Hl estate: Bftrtg lots 1 and 2 of section 5. totnalp 1, range ! west of the Chickasaw survt-y. In t-e fouihe'E pat of sild county, containing 2:t8 t?2-10tt acre.. '.- 4t)-j acre, sold orl of said ircl lu 1 hr John p o.d to N. Ford; said part so st.ld to N. Ford bedim ing at the soutl east corner ef lot 1 In sh.1 s.c;itn, township and range, and pinning thence northward to 'he northeast corner of section 5 of eai-j lot lo a sc. say 114 poles and 15 link to a nuke orctr ner; thence vre-t 5rl poles and 10 links to a it ke; thence south 115 poks and 15 links to the beiu nln . Terms of Sale On a credit of fl and 12 months; purchaser exeentlng notes bearing lnteret, with ap proved serurtlj: Hen retained; redemption barred. This December 10, 187". R- J. BLACK. Oerk and Master. Uetcall 3l Walker, Sols. Ior coniyt'ni. Trustee's Sale TTNDEB and by virtn of tni-t deed made Janns U ry 27. lS7rt, by Frank Ss. Arnold and wile. Imma, to me, as trustee, to secuie a rote tor tne sumot one Ih.iusand and fift y-lour 2-im) dollars, inidebysald F. M. Arnold, dated Memphis, T.-nn., January 27, 1 X7rt. payable one day i't.r d;it lo the order of Fursteuhelm Co.. at Klrst hmional h.ni.k, Blempbts, Tenn., with Interest at 10 i- wuu irotn datetlll paid. Default having been maje In pttrment Of same. I will, at lenoest c f lieneftcKey In sulci deej, sell to the highest bidder, tor cah, at same time end )? ace as in aoove aaverci-uieui 01 me clem ana later In case cf Fl zrerold v. i.:.,.,., mm r. M. Arnold's one-seventh Interest in tbe lanri dricrltjcd lu said advertisement of tne Clrk and MJ.-trr; Mid trust deed is recorded In book 1 10. rt;e 1;' 1, HeRij ter's orhceof Shelby com ty, to which r-f-ieni-e Is ntatle for further particulars. Eqtiiiy of rx'e'-ptlon waived. Title haiieved to he good, but ' " tied convey as trustee only. Tnls D--., 7f?J. . m. ji c 1 i,ALr , irusieo. Metcalf Walker, Attorneys ADaiNlSTKAlOli'S SALE OF Valuable Farming Lands. BY virtue of a decree of the Chat-eery Court or Deotoeounty. Mississippi, 1 will, as an minis -trator de bonis non ot the estate of ti. L, jb 1; Lan, ue- ceased, on Jlouday.the 12th Day or January, 1SS0, sell at the courthouse door In Hernando, the follow ing lands In Desoto couuty, illi.-sl;ipl: IN TO NH1P T O (2), range eight (6); Allot section four (4); Southwest Quarter ol seitton six Soutn half of ntTtheat quarter o. sec'.lon six (6); All of section I. ire (it.: North half cf sectloa f Pteen fl.i): Konhwet qadilerot Sictiun sixteen (Itt; Klnety VH) acres. rat part of northwest quarter of section seventeen (1 i). IN TOWNSHIP TH RE g-8 range ehiht Ea-t half ot section alx (rti; Seven (7) acres, strip west side section five (5) west of Memphis rottd; Northwest quarter of southeast quarter ef section seven (7 ). LV TOWNSHIP THBKB n, ranee nine (li; Northwest quarter of nectl n el cat s: South ha.f ot southwwst quarter of section seven teen (17): Ninety live (!5) acres, south part of sontheast . quarter o( section seventeen (17). IN TOWNSHIP TWO-12), range tea (10); All section thirteen 1:0; All svetion ttnty-lhivw (23); AH fecllon twe.nty-five i"J"); AU section twenty six (2rt); H est halt ot section trir,y-foor C2i). Terms One-b&if casb; balance In te!ve months; with six (6) per cent. Laorest, eecured by tvind. im secnrltr. N. N1L. 4um t:Ntrator. Trust re's Sale BY VTRTCE of a Ceed of trust made to me as trustee on the 2tithday of tebrurtry, lx7J,ty A. T. Lacey. sr., CoUiinbli Lacey, hli .lie. end a T. Lacey, Jr.. for the pLriosa of seourtni; a nt.t- lor SloOO mentioned tn sai l deed, which oeed has been auly recortied In tbe Register's ofhjeof i-NUy e-iun-ty, Tennessee. In Boo. No 1 lt. pane 4u ), and 13 hereby refened 10 for further ceitaim, I li, un e.mrday, lleferaher 7. 1H7W, at the southwest corner of Main and Ua.iison srvets. In Memphis. Tennev, sen wii tin iecal hoars, at public outcry, to tbe lilFhesl bidder, lor cm, the protierty descrllied In f-ai.l tru-t deed, to ma.- Lots Nos. two bundled and two CMI) tod t .vo bundled and three 2(M. as laid conn on tlie pl.m ot Ctiel Sea. nt w a :ttt ol tbe city f Memphis, ler.ntssee, on the sotilheast comer of liretii lww 11:. d Mi'.h streets; each of sold It.ts f-ontuig sevent-lour and .quarter (74l4 f-tt oil Filth sir et and running backeah on. huml-vdanU lcrtj-tl;ht anu ahaif (1xlj) feet to an atley. Toe right anj etjuily cf redt-mr-tl"n lsexpress'y waived lu said deed ot tiust, and toe tii.e is heileved to he parted, but 1 wul sell ana convey the sauie only as trustee. W. L. CLAPP. Trustee, No. ::13 Ma u ireet, Memphis. TKUSTEE'S SALE. I 1 N DER and by vl tue of two trust deeds executerl U to us by H. Koeh'er ar.d wl'e. A.il K.vhler. c'ated BVcember2ii, ls7rt, and Marii, 1?TH. and of record In record b:ick tolum- 7. puce 377. and volume r, page J-Iti, ( f the Reeister's oillce cf Mis-M.-alppI county, Aikanas. towutau te'erencets here mat e, we will, at the rvijuest of the benefii'iHiy ihere In, and for the purpose of paying the ludeb.euuess theieln securetl. on rueetlny, January fl, lt.0, at 11 o'clock a.m., nt ihe southwest coiner of Main and Msd'son slieela. hi th city of Mem Ills. Sheltiy county. Tenn.. oSer for sule. und se;l to tlie highest bidder, for c.u.ti, the t.iliowina described rel esia.o situated, lying and btll.g In Ml.-s fh pi county, ar kansia. anil uesenbed nsf..llons: Frutio'i tl eection 14. town-hln 14, rant-e "east; souiheast Uot Sec tion 14. township 14. range Itevst; sou. hessl Cjof sec- 1 ton I., townslilu 14. riuiK II east. coniLlu Jia h4() acres, more or leia, and ki..in as tli- H. ctor liace. All right or red .ini.t. ..n and h nv -t.a J :s waived. und v.e believe ihe title to ne i;sl. b .1 sell tu irus tees only. W. . TA Yi Ott, fralth Comer. Atvys. ti. w. IA 'KA K. Tmtee Anrtion Sa'e of Kenl Vt:i'. United States Circuit Court Western District or Ten nessee iHO. 2 v P. C Ciilliojn vs. I'auiiL-ah Hi d Memphis riliroad Petition of CUaH. u. risher and others. IN accordance with a decretal crrier rf s.'d court, et.tered In sn'.d ea.iseJune 14. IV and amend ed December 4, lh7'.'. I l I pr c e 1 1 1 sell, at the courthouse d xir. In the city ot Memphis on naturail, Janunrj n, ttii. at publ'c an. l. 0.1, to the h el-esi hi- t:er. uu a credit of seven months, the following tirsc.lbed lotsend arcelsof gro'iud 111 &helny cotmty. 1e.ni.es. to- wlt: No. 1-2-JS-4 5-rt-7--!-ir-! 1-I2-1.I-14-1S- ln-17-lS-H-20-21-2-2-ia 24-25-2'l-2 7-2l-:'t.:it. 31-32-H:l-34-:ir-:ii-:i7-:tH-Hii-4it a-.d 4 1 . ii.c!u-ive. the said lots being a suhJIvision of the ft ny l..ir acres purchased by sild Faducjih end M.-mphl rail ioho Cumiist.y eio-t t 41,3 acres, 1 rom K-ir. as shown on the pl.;af Ketrtl l-, Shelby c-un y. Teiines-ee, 01 record in riai-notm. o. 1, pace til, or tho lieis tes olllce of Slieibf county, Teiini csee. Tern s or Sale credit ot tev n 1110: t':-i, the pur chaser gtvln? his note with ap-oved iecii-i!y, be.ir- Ing six perc-nt., ari l reta nuig 11 -n on taia proksjrtj lor payuieut or s -ini nt.ie. Bti.L, w. r. 1 cir.rii u K, (.ieric or S3iu couit. Metcaif Wa ter. A'torneis. Trustee's rle. )Y deed receded In Rgl?!e "s ef!'.c cf Sbflhy J county. In book V', paue 5:l.i. W. Tniehart andhAWl e, M. 8. irueh it, ccnvi-yed to ine In tiust a certain Iioilss and lot In tiemphls Tennes see, tuerem deierilied; th lot frontuis ,i net on the west side ut Se,.stud i-tri.-et, nnj a J A:ir ths Sim 111 side of the alley between lV.p'tir and W nn- Ingtoa streets, and runnlns westtt irj a uu 14: leet lo the iillej b- tween Malu ai rt re. ond stitt is, to s? cure lHton i Co. the rbimentot thiee notes tuew lu set out. given by Trutiiait and '..ire fvr til t bal ance or the purchase money of s tld pro;e-:y. cire gal.ng ?552, all heating lnierest In 111 ihe lucii of June lts7H lndtlaull of lha i"ta,-nt of a..y ot said nolens, or the Ikxis on said ptopeity. t:ie tra-tte Is au'.hoitzed to adiriilseano sell; ;.nd In th:it event all the noies btcoue due and p.,j,to e out ot tue ptv cetslsor tue sila. TQetwjflr-t of said Ii and cerla n tax. s ar-due and ur.pa'J. I wul. toe enre, on EO.E-DAi, Decenilr 24, 1n7u. al ttriv o'clock, at the soutnwest corn r or Mad s n anJ. Main strte s, Memphis, tell tolh hlcl.est bldde-, tor c-'is 'l , t eabuv.t de-cnlvd piviwrt). tr the pi: posecf isitlng si l uo es. liHeresi ana l.xes. Ti e ritliior rt-tieinp: ca Is waived, ai d t e purcht-er tahes absolut-t litle. which la b l.ew.l to lw '.er.-ct but I convey only as trustee. On ihe lot is a cm.mo dlous two-eiory b;tc irsrd''r.(M, mi. 1?l setsond strteL U. hliTiU'.'.'XU. Trustee. In ItaitWrnpirv. In the TJiatrtcl CO-irt o taeLniieJ r tatea for th Dis trict of wst Tetit:estee-lu tae matter ot Aitx Hinlman, Baakrupw . , riX) tu Cietin.i'S ul paM Br'TQit: TsKe notKe. A. that a B. ner.vl rietnlng ot thecretl .u r of s-.ld b-mkr.ipt will tn u-li at l!ie . IS'ce t f T. J. I aihjut. Kaq . Hn;is:er In B inkiu. t -y lor tl I tlt-.cl .1 Mempliis, o M uiisoii el est, oa the ua t f iMsx-inber. llsTH. .it 1 1 o cio.k a !.. U 1 1 ie puits'sa ot cec.ailnta iil an 1 flu. I t.lvld-ti'1. 1 also tut you noUoe tint 1 have UieJ my ui.al eutc.unis a nt glitiice of tlie es'jt'e ol e.ald ban- ruiit In paid court, and il 'U oa said "T ' shall applv lo iniu e urt j.ht settlement cf my ea.d aito. ur.Ls, and for a tii-rh-iie fiom all liahlli yaa a- grieet if .sal.l es.oie. in ac coetlacce wi'h thtt provl-ioiis of the .amii.ni.f ILeiu-t ot CJUSress. enlllltd "n 1c. U estoblisti a iinlfurin ay 'teiii of naokruptcy throu;li" I the I uiiea Stales." saitrevoU Ai -tr -D L'. I .lK r,:p. ls. Celllh-lg. 1T. W & iM-lVni). s: U'SM. Trustee's Sale. BY vrtne Ca cid or rrust made ro me as tms'to oriti'' 1 i.aj of-J u.usn, Isa's hr Hei rr ft. Tidmrtrids.nl at.d ri iphla V. ?.Ciuonurn ai,d recon'e.1 lu taxik No. 1 17. t :i pases 175 and 17 i. In t'ae olilue ol the Register cl isiiaitiy eounty. Tennessee; lo cure the debt therein named. I wul se.il to the 111 h ttl bidder, at puoUc sale, lor cali al tlie a. l Intent corner or Main ai.d atailison st eels. In the lxui dljtrlct ut thelbv county, Tennessee, ia Matarday, 1-tth day ar February, IH-vo. at 12 o'clock in., or within thirty niluu'ra thereefter, Ihe fiiilotting tlesrlhed leal esta e ben la .-nelt y county, lenne!.9-e, tltuiul.-l,. d In eu.d oeeo ft trut a "A lot or tract of lard e.s- t-r !hs city of Memphis, near the Memphis and I'linTl-Mon railroad: Ht .in.lr g al a is'lnl on the east si le of Higan avenue Itur bunded en,l ttil.u-oi.e (4') feel north of the lntersecUoii w.t'i the n uta liuevt Austin avenue; trier ce running ea.-t parallel .tfi Ausun ave.iue rive Uun' it1 and nn ety-, Itrrii i? ) leet; thence north fJtr.iUrl with h uu ae: i.e i.ine. ty-six tli-i) fte;; mcacje;ist piral:, ! win A In i.e enue two hunurtsl am eleeu C21l i-e"; ti.ex.ia north three burn'red and th rty tvto (.):: ') teel nest twelve i II) chains and twenii-aete'.i i. ;7 ' links lo l: gati sver.u -; iher.oe south futrr huu.'red anu twentjw eight (42.s) feet to the b-nliitrlm, Te ame b-l, g parts ot lots f air and rive of fj It'nttt more nuhti vislon, and contatuliig the resilience vt Lite alu K.! mondsons." The line to said properly Is helleroti la be good, but I Oouvey otily as I ustee. wed J. M. UaESB, Tmstee. Dr. D. .1.