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TELIC MEMPHIS DAILY A.PPKAL-TUESDA Y, JANUARY 13, 18SO.
KAlLItO U TIME-TABLES. nlxTU' ai 4 &aville aatlera. aaa Unkl LKAVB. A l Kxpresa. dally .Man. JiMij Br vii-i!trt Acc-irr tnodal'n daily (exc-M Sundays)... 11:20 p.m. 15:10 m. 4 :20 P.m. S:1'J 4:20 p.n- mn. "On Saturday, Express runs only to M'ttenzle, con necting for Nashville. . SAianlwalpvl m4 TeneMM. LKAVK. I ABBIVB. 2:30 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 4:80 n.nj.l 9O0 a.m. fl:30 a.m.1 4:25 p.m. New dries'." Hall, daily... Sardls Acromeio't'n, dai I ,j uLd.iys .... Y' -(.i Trnl". daliy (dan days excepted) .nfinpriiM aa C'aarleatao. LXATK, ARRIVE. ..ltti-r..,) MMI A fxprf.. i rain, dally 11:15 p.m. 12:16 p.m. Sum Aoc- i:iucvJai'oii d It (eve:,l inu lais).. . 4"40 P.m. 850 a.m. Mmiiiliin mil VttUf Hwk. UiVM. A titlVS. Moi Tr im. 1 if o:10 p.m. 115 p.m. KriUnt, dally -st Hun.) 8:00 a.m. 6:05 p.m. Fri.'w-ah nn'l Wfptli. I LKAVB. AHalVB. M til . s-0",''! intiii.dmlji :O0 p.m. V-JI0 a.m. jte i:,f.-.rt .'Inn Iti.Hi I H:HOm RtHOpm. COTTON. At bf close of the lair week's review of til cotton market for tba official week. New York iliinted mlilddiig cotton at 12 M-HJc, advanced dur ing thu w-ek to 12 l. lrtc; New Orleans quoted 1 l'e3, a'vancrd to 1 1 1-lrtc; Liverpool quoted rltsd, advanced to 7 1-Irld; Memphis quoted lime, ad vanced to I '),. This statement snows that i-rlces have advanced miring the week. Toe advances la Liverpool proved sttmulKllng. and In our market the ixniHiiil was good, but factor were commonly hold ing above the market, which restricted sales arter Liverpool advanced a second time; before then over 12.111M) hilw were sold In two days. Bales wers also checked by we Unsr mat Interfered with shipping, and sll',1 mors by a pool" of the bolts and rail roads. tr wblcn It costs mora to forward eotton for exportation, via New York, than Is proportionate with ull)r markets. A committee of the cotnui excLangs Is examining Into the sub ject. Tim lecelpts are watched closely for Indlcri'lni.s or the extent of the crop. Ths N(-w tirleaus VciyMw, or Saturday, says: "The scale or receipt) al the pons Is still beyond expectations, tli out; n we are now comparing with a period lait mason when the movement was Interrupted by very unfavorable weather. There bad been an enor mous InuieaM at Norfolk. New York and Phila delphia, consisting of cotton In transit to northern mills or on through shipment to Kurope. Charles ton, M.tvMiuali and o.ilveslou receipts have fallen IT iiMtvliy. At Now Orleans tba figure are nearly fifty per cent, greater than last season. The tribu taries are gt-ttmg In very good boating order, and supplies fioiu Hint direction are augment ing. Al Interior points there bas been scarcely any failing off In the inovrme.it, and stocks are still H ),000 bslea In excess of the corresponding perlol -last year." In reply to lnterro,atlon sent to prom inent lUms by membtrs ot tne New York cotton ex change., the following I acis were ascertained: Krora Augusta, tienrgia I'latilers now holding up cation f ir nu;iier prl Nashville Tbe rapid saleof cot toa has Imressed growers' conlldenoe, and there Is holding lor Urgar (lames. Columbus Holding for advance, but If none oine In two week sales will be nm li freely. AUsm. trgla Planters have e.-ld frevly. but lion Hold for still btghrr prices. Mont gomeryNearly a tolul delivery already made: erop I ." per cent. I-wh than lt year. Mobile, Alabama Cotton be d ctrMlderabiy ua tba pUntallous tor IS or 21)3. L'ul t HH'k, Arkansas Planters holding b u-k where a'.le. h the holding back b) really thus general, what will be the eilecl when the reserved 00 ion poms into the market? We have rec-lve.1 the national eotton exchsma tnteinent of cotton movements for tba four months ending leeenii-r :i I V, from which wa learn that a s'lil luritier Increase over the large shipments la Novsmb-r Is 1'iill'Mied, making the excess for the four months I il J. tins bal-e compared with last year and 2i4.a.'l0 compared with the year before. The overUnd movement direct io the mills for tba four months was, lor IHTW, :U4.l.l; 17H. Iri2.225 17J, 120.11! i.'l balt-s. The entire movement as set tortrj la the r-tcapltulnlloii show that li.4H0.iMio btl s of the crop of 1m7'.i-H0 had ooma Into sight ,.t the poils ui.d ur points of crossing overland by PT-mber :ilst. or in excess of tWIil.HK) bales over l.tit tear.aod U 1 7." M over the year berore. Total siipl to Iee'intier .11. IH7U, J.64o,tt75; 178. J hss.imi; lrt77. 2 mit) n:id bales. liecuipts l'i Mempbls during tba official week -gritted 10.0.14 bales, against 11.070 bales tba previous week, and 1102 1 bales: the corresponding work I lit seiison. The touil reoelpts since oeptember I, )h7h, aieL'l'l tl'Jii bulei, against 2l4,n!tf bales et the corre-i ondlr.g lluia last season, aa Uicreas or :IMJH b'sli-s. Hhlpineiils t-uiltig fhe ofTlclal week aggregated HIHo liHles.iu ini'l 1H.II02 lialeathe previous oeek, and lS,2x ba'es the corresponding week last paon. Tot'iJ shipments since bepteinber 1st ara 1 :U,70 b ales, HgiUnst I :4.Mrn bales the same lima )a.t rear, an li.reae of 1 1 bales S ilea tiring the week were 20,700 bales, against HlTiil bates Ilia previous week. Of the 20,700 bales sold this week, fxporlers took fiHiiO bales; spinners, 14.C00 bales; sia'Ctilators, H.".0 bales, hales same lime last jmr, 1H.H."0 biles, of which exporters took (,;."k) b:iles: spinners, I850 bales; Hporulators i !.".. btlas. Middling quoted 12tac, agilnst li.-t,i! at the same time last year. . rite total Atock on bandwas 1 12.04" bales.sgnlast 1 1 n..VM bales litst week, and H0.748 bales at this llinu last lear. Stt lupblw Cotton Movement. The following shows the course of tba Memphis market and Hi prrceof middling cottoo from the op-nlng of the seaaon: I luring tSeptember H7 & bMns were received, noth ing sold or shipped. During October 11.5K4 In.l.'s were received, 40rt bales sblpped, and 4U50 bales sold. i -1 "i a ft 9 i T f B fa - : " ? : : ! Nov. 7 225 T IM2R7 2S44 81M57 12200 105fe Nov. 14 22751 24504 l'MI2:t 4t7K5 15(150 11&8 Nov.2l IttHHil 2254'.' l2K:t2 i!7lli llt25 ll Nov. 21 ol'M" I 2244H 10 till HS5tll 220K 118 leo. o 2U412 27IJtt 17552 KKI48W 24100 12 leo,12 2455H 2H2 4"- I7V4H 107alK 1475(1 12 leo. 1 2i' .(( -Jil.S.tn 2l(41i I14H20 ( 1 14 Hei2 1K(I7 17HH4 l.'W-ltl UKH57 4ri(KI ItjK Jin. 2 1Hil70 l'12ii 1I(M)2 II052H B150 1178 J.tn. I' 10.VU tlO.1l HOI 5 11204ft 2070t tl2't) The wires yeHterit ty (Monday) reported Liverpool and New oriei.ns markets quiet and uncharged. New York spots opened weak but closed llrm; futures were easy at the opening of tba market, but closed strong Ml an advance or one to ten points gained on all months excepting April, which remained without change. O ir market opened dull and easy, with a orooiung tendency In prices. Later In the da, un dr tnei'lieerlng Inlluence of the good news from JNew Yora. the llattgliiK spirits of dealers were revived and tue market c used firm at former quotations: XentertVw. 8ituriay. Onllnary mix H.kmI OKllnsrv rfl II4 mlddilug r?lli Middling r?12lH tl xtd mlddlltig f!H2'a Midilliug fair li ia Kalr NomlnaL Btalns 11W3117H -aim r?ll4 ffi!2l r?12io aia- Nomlnal. 111421148 Market dull, galea. 1209 bale, including tt&O to exporters. 550 to spinners. COTTON 8TATKMBNT. fit 'k. September 1, 1S7U H.:elvei lOHlay 4.4K4 H -oelved previously 21.H..I1J 886 2o.1.24 Bhlpped to-day Uhlpped previoualy.. ... 3 342 ...135.U73 253.B32 138.716 114,1117 6.B17 4.HHH 253 24rl Block, ninnlng acconnt 1MVORT3. Thus far this week Thus far last week rilnoe oepleiiilnir 1 Memphis and Charleston R. R 831 Mlssissiipi and Tennessee K. R. 6MII Louisvlllu.Naalivlileand tireat Southern R. R. 02 Memphis ai d Little Kok R. R UHd Palacau and Memphis 78 rlteuiueis 2,238 WaKons and other source 300 Total EXPORTS. Thus far this week Thus far lift week till toe He; tcmoer 1 .. 4.484 3.74S J.21'3 138,715 .... 18 M'mptil and Charleston railroad M stlsslppl and lenneee K. n . l.trri Louisville, Nashville and Ureal Southern R. R. 318 Mleimers north 1,11 1 HiiHiniers south 38 To'al 5:342 ilvr TKLKOKAtUA Ths following are the latest telegrams or ta do mestio n.aikeui, as reported yesterday to tba eotton ax'tia'ttre; nos UkUUinq. 12lk I2Lh 12U 12U 12t 12nj VI 13-ld 12 i:n 12V -eii'lie lollowing are the New York spot quotations ii- yesterday: Ordinary. It l-loo; gooa ordinary. 1 r-Mc; Iomt mldiiilug. 12 7-lrlc; middling, 12 13- 1W. giMsl mldtlilng, 13 1-ltlu; middling fair, 13 11-1 Ho. Al IO IIi). weak: 12:15. nominal: 2:13. ; II mi ; 3:20. firm. Hales. 425 bales; contracts, 2000 . b il e; s'ih k, 204.2tl: bjiles. 1 He ioii. or the lutnie market wit as follows v At Hl;lO. asy: 10 50, easier; 1 1 :45. quiet and ' steady; 12:45, bwely steaity; 1:30. ttrm; 2:30, ; aas); 3:15 Mrong. tiales, 178.'KH bales. Tne loi.owing shows the closing quotations of futuresln the New Yoik market yesterday: Mouth. Aiunl.iv, January. ... febniitry. .. MarcU Aorll Miy J. me July Augost H-ptember.. Ojtober 12.74i?t2.7rt 12.83.1 1 2.84 1 07.rl l (8 1 1 24.ri3.27 M 4:.. f 11.4.1 lt.iil.TIU'12 ft 1 3 7 1 r..82M3 83 13 15.T I3 3H 12 2H.T12 40 12.75rT13 77 12.87, M2 88 13 12rf 13.13 13.3.t(f I3.3 11 3.6 a 13.53 13 tl8it I3.lll 13.70(7113.80 Lt.ilO.i 13.U1 r? it The N-w Orleans market opened steady, with mod-Kile demand, and onvseil easy al 12 In tor mlddltiig tiaies, vnuu uuiee; recvipu, o-iui Dales. block, Ki i.i.tl 1 2 baies. Tii l.ivernool leleamm yesterday reported eot ton wistor: mld.tllng uplands, 7d; Orleans, 7lL tea'es, lO.tKH) baie, ot wblcu bllMi bale were American. Keceliils, 2350 bill, of which 2350 mam A itieriCMll. , .u,i luttmA onAticl dull and steady. At I :.. January o I.VIdirrt 31-32d; Januaiy-Keb- rnr. O .tt 32.1: Kebiuarr-March. 7 1-32. 1. M 31 ... ' v. u'...,..;,,i 7 1 :tf,fl 1 Kid: Anrll-Mu 7iv,r7 3 32di May-June, 7 6-32t 7 ,J,W:Jnt t..i 1 '11.1 .lnli.liiniid.7LnL At 1 :30 Abrll-May, 7M. At 3 P.m. Mnrch-Aprll. 7 Hl2d; May-June, 7 t-i2d. At 4:30 p. in . May. 7 :t :t2d- Al O P m- rui.iiw elosed steady; April-May, 7 d. I'ua luoveuieuls at tba ports were reported as fol Tail iivf I Taw Mr 1 imi J r. Kec'tAoitice Kiioai. 42.543: 54.338 V.p'ttn..l,r,laiu 117.63a 32.807 Kip UtoCoutllienli 12.717 .IH)7 bt.ick -I 805.8131 888 KH4 3T.510 81,504 15,407 851.687 To..,, recinis at all I nlt -U Slates Dorts. 3.374 ITS: same date 8;8, 2.8dJ.78'.i; aaine dsts In77. 2.707.1 ''2. lnerrnise ot recelins at l.'ulted Btate i.irts in. tear. 51 1.380. Total stock ai an ports 80,(t3, HHainst 8,l.587 same lima tba year be fore; in lo. i, 881 ,3IO. FINANCIAL. Fioanci,U aTa'r ia this city daring trie lukt wk atfenKt not one siibleet ot Interast. Busi ness al the banks was greater than tor soma weeks Imi-K. i-arlly owing to tbe lull after the activity which preceded the bolldiys. and partly to the pre valence of wet weatner, wblcb bas made tbe country r,ut.t iinnjt.Miile and mi tias Ltreve;ited any lanre iiiimierof ciHiht.7 ne reach mg me clly. The rain has also Interfered materially with th ship ping ot ivuou, Uia cou sequence of whicli Is a llgut Isiltnt Ktult iff I 7xVni'iu. il.irktt. ltrt'pt ilvetin rileidy. I.WH N Orleans Steaoy. 5. .101 Mobile Lower. 2.AI btvaiiima Kasy. 3,W7'I Wilmington Hull. 71 N.irrolk Wea.ly. 2,03o Hilllinoie unlet. 201' N-wYoik rinn. 2.087 B wton bteadj, 1 ,hW P.illHdelphla .... U'Xet. 204 Aitr'Kta 8ieady. r85 rwoslnl of sxebange, so that some ot" lbs banks have ooXlonally bwn straitened: the rate remains uaaged. Money bas been In better de madTwlih plenty on hand to meet all leg.t Imiice demandit; the rate Is s!ll 8 per cent. In tba local market nothing has occurred of Interest, nothing Is asked lor but tax-paying scrips. Shelby eounry officials are kept busy receiv ing taxes, wblcb keeps up the demand for county scrips: they are firm at quotations. The New York HeraUt. of Friday, reports: "New Y wk exchange was quoted to-day as follows at the pbtces named: 8a vannab buying, 1 off; selllog st l premium. Charleston easier; UrtB-lli, selling at KtTpar New Orleans commercial, 83 50 discount; bank. Si discount. St. Louis, par. Chicago. 50r?75e premi um. Boston, par." The presei t bullion value of tba 4121:1 grain silver d.,1 ar is S.0H77M. Shelby county aenn is q'ictd at 8r?W0 buying. and "3rri5 selling. Mississippi first dlstrtot levee coupons ara selling at 155 18. Tne rates of ex change alXHjr banks were as follow: Bu)iog x dis count and sellln at par on NewY)rk, and sight on eastern eltlea wltb three days' grace Vi off. and 14 off buying on New Orleans: selling at par. Tbe Union and Planters bank yesterday electa! its dUeciors for til present year. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS: CUarinnx Jlalnnrc. January 12, 1880 S lHrt,tt54 5!3 S 17,774 50 Same time last week.. 340,.t4tl (S3 38,410 84 Same time week before 233,t03 W i,502 60 BY TELEQRAFll. I PARIS. January 12. Rentes. 8:.L72Jc. NEW ORLEANS, January 12.-alght exchange on New Yor,, 81 on $1000 diSCOuuL rJterllug exchange bankers' bills. 482. LONDON,January 1 '. ConsolsH 13 1: accmnt, 07w; United dia.es bonds-ne is, 1084; 4Vx, llO4;4s,107. Illinois Central, 104t(a: Pennsylvania Centra, bZM; Erle,44Vx: seconds. '41; Reading,30l4. NEW YORK, January 12 Money. 6 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. o.Jrt ptreent. Sterling exchange bankers' bills strong s 1482 14: s'ght ex ebangeon New York, 4844- (iovrrnmeiii bonds are strong and higher; coupousof 1881. 104:; new ns, lonaw; new 4Vas, 1071m: new 4s. 104; Pacltic 6s ot '.", 12114. State bonds dull; Louisiana 7Vs consols, 45; Missouri fls. I0514: bt. Josepli, 104: lennessee ris.old. U2t4;new, 30; Vlivlnla old, 21;new,20; Virginia consols 75: Virginia eoniols. preferred. 78. Railroad bonds active. The stock market was Ij.? I Is per cent, lower in tbe early dealings, but the ue ellue was followed by an active liming movement, under which an advance of la to iVhi per cent, took place. The Improvement was most marked in Alton and Terra Hau'e, Cblcag), BurllngUm and Qulucy, Nashville, Chattanooga and St. loiils, Chicago and St. Louis and New Orleans, Mob le nod Ohio, Ma rietta and Cincinnati and Stancard Mining com pany. During the afternoon there was a reaction of U217feper cent, but shortly before tbe close the market again became buoyant an J tbe decline was Generally recovered. Tbe feature of the late dial og was tbe Western Union, which advanced sharply unuer purchases of round amounts. Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis closed at 1OL4, and Ma rietta and Cincinnati Dim, pieleired, alter selling at 118 closed at lli'g The Home St.ika Mining comnany ban ueclured Its usual dividend for December. Tbe sjuc'lcte paid Van derbllt five million do'Urs on ncrnuut of lis last purchassof New York Central st.ocle Ths Use In Chesapeake aost Ohio securities It. due to heavy pur chases by tbe friends of tbe recently elected New York- directors and contemplated Improvements of tbe property In the form or extentiloi.s, etc. Transac tions to-day aggregated 300,000 shares, of which 81.000 were Krle, 20,000 Luke Shore, 10.000 Northwestern, 18,000 SL Paul, lli.000 Lackawanna, 6000 New Jersey Central, 0000 Reading, 3400 Michigan Central, 6000 Union Pacltlc. 5000 Chi cago, Columbus arid Indiana Central, 2300 Canada Southern. 8OO0 Atlantic and Pad 8c Telegraph, 16.000 Pactllc Mall, 28,000 WaOssb. BU Louis and Pacific, 20.000 Kansas and Texas, 2000 Iron Moun tain. 2000 Louisville and Na-d.vlUe, 6200 Lake Erie and. Western, 7(X;0 Mobile and Ohio, 27.000 Murlsita and ludlanapolts first prefer rer, 421 H) Northern Pacific,. 18,000 Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis, 2600 Kansas Facrfic. loOO Cliiolnnail and Lafayette, 5400 Alton and lei re Haute, 23()U Bt. Louis and San Kranclsco, 4:H Quicksilver. The following were the closing 'quotations: Hook Island, 152Va; Panama, 170: Fo,t Wayne, 113W; Pittsburg, iCK; Illinois Central, 101; Chi cago. Burlington and Oumcy. 142; Chicago and Alton, 1071a; Chicago and Alton preferred, 118; New York Ceutrul, 1331; Uarlent, 158; Luke Shore, 102Vs; Cans,. southern, 170; Michigan Central, Oiiij; 8r1e,43l8; Erie preferred, 701; Northwestern, H21 : Nortuwestera preterred, llKU; St. Paul, 78I4; St. Paid preferred. 102&m: St. Paul and Min neapolis. 46Mt; St. Pul and Sioux Clly, 884; St. Paul and Sioux City preferted, 76; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 86; Morris and Es sex, 10414; Delaware and Hudson, 76-'m; New Jersey Cei trnl. 7OL3; Ohio and Mississippi, HI; Ohio and Mississippi prelerred, 61; Cheoau-.-ske and Ohio. 21 In; Mobile and C'hio, 26; Cleveland and Columbus, 77; Cblcago, Columbus and In diana Central. 22Xt; Indiana. Cincinnati and Lafay atl, C6t; Burllugtoa, Cedar Rapids and North ern, 6tUx; Alton and lerro Haute, l24ii; Alton and Terrs Haute preferred, 158; Wabash, bt. Louis and Facile, 44m; Wabasa, Bt, Louis and PaclHc prefernsi, Hjiin; Hannibal and SI. Joe, 86; Hannibal and St. Joe preferred, 62-m; Iron Mountain, 42; St. Jxuls and dan Kran clsco, ; St. Louis and San iffaiiclsco preferred, 52; St. Louis and baa Francisco, first R referred, 72 L4: Chicago, St. Louis and ew Orleans, 35; Kansas and Texas, UVh: Union Pacltlo stock, 88iti; Kansas and Pacltlo, (45; Northern Paenb, 83it; Northern Pacific preferred, 6714; Louis nlle aud Nashville, 88l; Houston and Texas, 60: Western Unlou Tele graph, IO414; Atlantiu and Pnclflo Telegraph, 42; Pacltlp Mall, 80; Little PlttsOurg. i (.".; Reading, 684h; Adams Express. OOti; Weds A sargo, 101; American Kxprens. 58Vs; L'tlled States Kxpies. 481; (Julcksllver. 23-j; yulckiliver preferred, 65it; LeajvLUe, 1 04'n; Ceutral Pscl&o bonds. IOHI4; Union Paclilo llrsts, lOV; Union Pacific land ? rants, H314; Union Panlllo sinking funds, 1 5U: Lehigh and Wtlkesbarnt. 100; St Paul and Sioux City Ursts, HSls; Chlctgo. Columbus and Indiana Central tirsts, no SAlec Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Central seconds, no sales: Erie seconds, 88h; Central Arizona, ltlVj; Cariboo. fil; Excelsior, 2o; Home Stoke, no sales; Ontario, 38ta; Btandard, 31 GKNE11AL TKADE. Tnero has been little df.inif nf intsrost in tbe general market since this c ay week. Navigation Is proceeding as usual, but receipts of feed and pro duce have not been la ge, and much ot what bas ar rived was to 1111 orders. The country around Is yet subsisting mostly on what It his raised itself, but It Is said that February will sse an active demand from Arkansas and Mississippi wbt re. It Is stated, tbe cop of home raised supplliis will average light. Corn bas advanced with a ready demand for all re ceipts. Oats and bran have twen stagnant and rates, are nominal. Hay continues scare aud Its rates are very llrm. Potatoes have declined, the supply Is plentiful and tbe demand fot oonsumptloa Is not active ; seed potatoes are beginning lo be Inquired tor. Cornmeal was In moderate de mand; pi Ices have been a Utile vacilatlug. the sup ply being one day dependent upon Ibe city mill and another upon the river arrivals. Apples cave been quiet and rather lower: bne fruit Is llrm. The wann wealoersnd the subsequent reduced demand have pulled eggs down to a low figure. Poultry has di minished In supply, chickens especially are now quite scarce and they are blgier In price. Flour Is quiet and unchanged Hog products are easier at our quotations, the business remains quiet at pres ent. Urocerles are steady, wilh mu-h activity. The New Orleans Ficayum, ot Frllay, reportj: Potatoes In large supply; early rose, SI 00(72; peet less, $1 ()0 f?2; peachblows,$l 60(21 0; russets, SI 60 per bri. Onions. it4. Louisiana cabbne. &tacrate for shirt. ping. Apples, &3t?3 60 for choice, cornmeal quteffl anu irregular wuu aarooping iemincyi'i 1 Lie decline during iheweek; choice, S4 40r23 45: ordinary. 82 25r?2 35. Corn In good supply and fair demand al 55a 57c. Fair stocks of bay; choice, $25. Oats lower, at 53e Bran weak, ftlth Uttie demand, at 75r277l,30p'rcwt. Quolatwm Qelow art jor rottvt lot at tfui larultnS aiui t tc r , lircMittziH , arm tncuwv nmntraraij an, tloragt. nor other ixvuten oulxide of the bins trtiyht and charge up to tie time of arrival. Joo iHtui ani ttore talat are at tig her ra tat, as they in clude drayage, itoraqe and prolU of the dealer. FEED Vorn sale of 210 Hacks 53e: In store, R18 R7o. ifron-no sales reported; In store, 80T85C per ewt. Hay quoted 20r?21 lor prime, $22'T23 for timothy; la store, Jfl lOtZl. 25 Sale of 30 bales of mixed at 821. FLOUR ANDMSAL. Ffcttir-snnernno. P5: extra. ?5 25r5 50; double extra, 5 75?tS; tnble extra, 66 60; family, 86 25(26 75; choice. 87; fancy, J7 25rJ7 75. Comment-cliolee, 82 4033 45, gen erally the former; common, S2 30; In store, $2 55. VEUKTABLKd. futatoex. l 4(1 on the landing. with recent- sales at lower figures; In store, gl 60 a barrel, nettt tiouunen tussett, 2 a barrel: early rose. (2; peerless, $2 25; New Yolk early rose, S3. Ouumx, S4 50(?5 a barrel In stor. Turnip. 75C(T 1 a barrel. 1 lute oenru 52rr J 2i, Aruuf, half-barrels, 83 75(4; barrels, 8iu. Uonte-nuiixh, 6 irrt 60 a barrel. Caodn.i, Louisiana new green eabb'ige, 83 50r?4 a crate. Uuiy ja,$2a2 50 per bushel, Veu ry, 50c a bunch. rtlUlia arsu Biia,-iiiM, t.i; a uar- rel. Cranbfrrir. Sl a oairel: balf-bai rels, 84 75. Onmoes. 86d 7 50 per barrel. Lenorui. 85 per Dox. joimns 0111, a; new, a-.j per dox. t gx. 15c per lb. IhiUt, 10c ir lb. 1'enuut Ited, 2laii 80; Virginia, 7e ler lb. AUnotid.-t.22c per lb. Feaittt, 10(7 Inc. according to lm Brazil Nut, 12' per lb. tMorrut. 100 per 10. Hutnus. itw per in. vocoa- nufs, 85 60 per 100. inert ApiXe. .K.i'.Hso a pound. Dried peaie,9VntlOo a pound. Bananis, ml iT3 a bunch. Auua iatio xsu 1 1 art. 7(s lowerat iiaivas perdozen; small packages, 13c. BtiHcr good, 12( in'.: oouniry, 11 azze: cuoice, zoazw. creams! y. 35c rOULTBY. VhiCKrnx scxrceat J 2ouT3 10, the latter for choice bens. Duekx, $3. fjeese, 4 t?5 per dozen. Tur-v,88tll2 per dozen. Drcxxed Chu knui, 82 50 per dozen. rttusii at kat. m c. r-ereo(i9rters. 2W'i3e: hindquarters, 4fX5c Jfufion, by the carcass, 81-s (too. Hott clly dresser, c; country, 4tijr?5o. Pi7'.w(-kegs, SI VH)at2; bait-barrels, S4 25; barrels. $7 75(8. Mineeiixat. 10c a pound. HOU rKOUUCB. rvrg- quiet; clear sides, loose. 7140; clear rib, loose, " c; shoulders, loose, 60. Suuar cured aiM-packed, 10W.?10lje. Jfess itor, 14 60 Lant steady; tierce, Bi.xi.;?: half-bar rels. 841 8oic; aegs, ntr.nc; paiis-o-io, ijc; 10 rtt. lils.riiito. UROCEKltta. OofTee. 14ti715c for ordinary. 160 for fair, 17rJ17M for good fair, 18lvjlnivo for choice. IVa Imieiial, 55.7 85a Awe Louisiana. 7H40; Carolina, 81j.mo. ioft ier dray load, from store, 81 05 per barrel ; iwarae, per sack, 81 40ti 16(1; lino, M (.(r Liouisiana open Keuie, 7lvif8li2; yellow ciaunec., it.rnuo; wnitecianueu. U4r?Mto; cut loaf, 1 mM lljc; granulated, ; powdered, 11 rill 140. .Ifotiwes New Louisiana, prime, H8(?40c; choice. 44(f4oc; syrups nominal. MISCELLANEOUS Hominy. 83 65 a barrel. Ju-jtuilful rtimr. .) a bar-el. Ai i-U buttrr, 10c per pound. Psora butler, 12c per pound, vnute, 81 SO per dozen. Ovfcr, fr'ld 4 50 per dozen. Cider western, 87; Shaker, 810 bO a brl. -Mocuroni Im ported, 84 a box; Amer can. 10a a lb. (iarttc Spanish, 75ct?l a suing. Knttd, 87 a barrel. HIDES. LKATUEU i.TC. Oak sole. 3Su4tC, hemlock, 28tt32o r lb; harness, 86r?38c; skirt ing, H8i?40c; French call, 840a60 per dozen; do mestlo cair, 9itO'r 4J per dozen, ziuim uiy Hint, 2(e; dry salt, 15(T 16c: gieen, 7(28c; green sail. Wis lit Do Kheepkiia, 50ct:S160 Tallow, Oc. Been trot. 20rT21o. BAUUlMi An u XIB3. tuigijmq nax. IOC; line. 2 lbs., llrlllMjc JV. 82 16J2 50; grip 113, S2 per bundle, Ivinr, 12a iwr lb. LIME AND CEMENT. .Lime, 000 a barrel; Louis ville rowttf, 81 75 a bf rrel; Kosedale cement, 82 a barrel. CATTLE MAKE ST. Vtittlr corn-fed natives. Cholce,1000to 1 100 lbs, $4 50(r5; natives, good, 850 to 1000 lbs, 84(74 25; natives, medium, 800 to 1200 lbs. S t 2."r3 1,1; native oxen, smooth, 10OU to 1400 lbs. 83 50(74; native oxen, rough, 1000 to 1200 lbs, 82 60(73; common and medium, mixed, all weights, S2 25(?3; tn.Vrlor and scalawags, 81 50 it 1 75: calves and yearlings, per neaa. 4.(i; cows andcalves,815(730. Hogt best butchers' selections, 160 to 200 lbs, 84 2.nf 4 50; gisnl to choice heavy, 8474 25; common, rouja und light. S3 50(73 75. Sheet choice mutton grades, 10 to 110 lbs. 84 50 (76; medium. 80 to WO lbs, 81 50u?4; common, per neaa,i o072. I BT TKlJitilLU-HA NEW YORK. January 12. Klour heavy, limited demand; supernne wcrtern and Stale, 85(75 60. Wheat dull and lower; lejected spring, 81 05. Bye Inactive; Slate, nitrfoat Collee uuiei but firm: RIO, enrgoes, 14Wtl 1 7c; )ob Kits. 1 4V(7 1 840. Sugar unit. vi; " kw leiiiiiuu, sioiasses-de mand talr ana market t tin; New Orleans quoted at 43(7 50c. R'e active iuu( firm. Pork firm: mess. 1J loffi.' i-ar sironic; prime steam, Hu 8.054. Whisky nomlunl. S i;(. LOUISVILLE. January 12. Flour quiet; extra. 84 60(74 75; extra family, 55 25i75 50;A No. 1, &et lorro 0, iicj, c uu.. . unu ttiea.iy, y 1 ;i. Com firmer; while, 4rJo; mixed. 45c Oats llrn.er; while and mixed. 40c. Rie quiet. Olc Hay steady witb a fair demand, 810(7 IS. Porkbrm.su. Lard inmir- choice loaf, tierce. 8lc; choice, leaf k-ir. wise. Bulk meats firm, 4lx(76'mi iM,c Bacon tcarve aud firm; shoulders, ite in market; clear lib. 7lc; clear, 7ic. Sugar-cured bams, l.lxoi lOlaO- Wbisay steady, 1 U8. new ORLEANS. Jsnuarr 12. Flour dull and lower- Aimerrin. S5rrn '5: double extra. 85 50 6 75; treble extra, 75(76; high grades, $6r2 7 25. Corn easier. ItW.-,7a. OalS firmer. 64c Corn meal unlet and vnak. 82 40(72 45. 11 iy dull: prime, 82(724; cholo, 822(723. Poik quiet but Steady; old, 813 60; tew, $13 371 Lard quiet; tierce, 8I40; keg, 81) a Bulk meals steady; shoulders, loom, 4.35.74 37ct; packed. 41-jC! clear rib, 6iC; clear, 7c dacon quiet ; shoulder, 517 btyCi Clear nb, VnCflc; dear, 7 U 8 IbC Sugar- cored bams dull; canvased, Of? 10c Whisky steady: we-aera rectified, 81 051 15. Coffee firm; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to prime, 18417140. Sugar quiet but steady; Inferior, 5f26c; common to good common, 6lj36e; fair to fully fair, 7 ffiTUe; prime to choice, 7s3734C; yellow clarified, 8s6f 8S4C Molasses quiet: common, 30r?32c; talr, 33a 85c; centrifugal, 28r738c; prime to choice, 36345c. cistern bottoms. 35r748c Rice dull; Louisiana, or dinary 10 choice. 64bc77VxC- CINCINNATI. January 12. Flour dull and nom inal; fam'ly. 86 10S6 35; fancy, 86 0. Wheat dull. 81 33drl 35 Corn easier, 43r?44ie. Oata in fair demand, 30r741c. Rye dull, 88rr 00c Bar ley steady, 887i0c. Pork dull, $13 50rtl3 50. Lard quiet, 7Vjc Bulk meats Arm; shoulders. 48C; clear rib. 6 60c; clear. 6 80c Bacon quiet; shoul ders, 514c; clear rib, 7.30c; clear. 710. tireen meats tn talr demand; shoulders, 414c? sides, rtxe; bams. 64r77it4e. Whisky steady, with a fair de mand, SI 08. Butter dull; choice western reserve, 23(725c; choice central Ohio, 20c?21e. 8T. LOUTS, January 12. FT-ur easier. Wheat nnsettled; No. 2 red. 81 32 cash, 81 3231 314 January, 81 :sHMStl 33ti February. 81 3HL. 1 36LS O I 873tt March; No. 3 red, 81 22 bid. Corn lower; 4714(7 4e cash, 47e January, 8r233,e February, 3'.;iw(73ill4C March, 427Hffi42as ""T Oats lower; 37a,37inecash, 37se January, 38r237?4 February. R;e duu, 82c askea. Barley doll. Whisky steady, 81 0. Pork lower; Jobbing. 813 25. Dry salt meats slow and lower, 4.10(24.15, 6.50(24.60, 6 65 r?i.75c Bacon quiet, 614, 78(7 7.60c. Lard nominally lower, 7.40c CHICAiio, January 12.-Flour dull and nomlnaL Wbeat active, but lower and unsettled; No. 2 red winter, 81 2o; No. 2 spring Ch.cago, 81 264 cash; 81 27U February, SI 28t8 March; sales at 81 261 u 1 29 February; No. 8 spring Chicago, 81 11V&; re jected, 03c Corn dull, weak and lower; aasccash, 898r740c February, 44&fes May; rejected. 36le Osts dull, weak and lower; 84AC cash, 34i4r734e January. 34V! February. 3oe slay. Rye steady, 78c Barley firmer, 85Vfcf?86c Pork unsettled, but gen erally lower; 813 tilVt cash, 813 45 February, 81 3 60(7 13 67i March. Lard unsettled, but gener ally lower; 7.60c cash, 7.70c February, 7 80c Mar ;h. Bulk meats unsettled and lower, 4.35, 6.80, 6 85c. Whisky steady, 81 10, DRY GOODS. BY TSLE0RAP3.1 NEW YORK. January 12. Business In cotton ades moderate In all departments. Cotton goods quiet but very firm; "Fruit of the Loom," "Lonsdale," ' Hope," and other bleached cottons are advanced by agents. Shining prints active, and medium fancy prints more sought for. Woolen gc ods In irregular demand, but very firm. Foreign goods quiet. JUVKJi SKVV8. Klvera andi Weather. Th. following official table pives particu lars concerning tbe condition of rivers and weather at all Important points: OFFICB SIGHAL SFRVTCK TJ. S. A. I Memphis, Jsnuary 12, 1880. 1 Above low Cbai stations. water. Feet. Inches lucbes Cairo 40 1 83 Cincinnati 88 5 Davenport 5 2 Dubejue. Froz'n Holena, Ark. Keokuk 7 2 Leavenworth. 8 0 Little Bock 4 4 10 Loulsviiie. 16 Mfnipala X 8 Nasiivllie 14 0 New Orleans 5 4 4 Pituburg 7 11 Sbreveport. 3 10 1 St. Louis. 15 2 VlcksHurg.; 37 1 6 Fall Inches 42 "id 1 "S2" "26" '27" "l" METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Bar. Tner Wind, f Weather. J:00 a-td. 30.25 44 N. Lt rain. i.-OO p.m. 30.34 40 N W. LLrain. H)0 p.m. 30.60 36 N. Cloudy. Maximum ttiormoumter, f5 deg. M uminn thermometer, 87 deu. lUlnfall. 0.77 Inches. D. JTLUiNKBY, Corp.Slg. Corps, U. S. A. Ur Telcgrmpn. NASHVILLE, January 12. Hlver tailing, with 14 feet on the Bhoaia. PITTSBUEO, January 12. Hirer 7 feet 11 Inches and falikjg. Weatner clear and cooL CINCINNATI. January 12. River 88 feet 3 Inches and falling. Weather cloudy, snonlrg. Arrived: Andy Biuui, llemphla, EVAN3VILLB, January 12. River rising, with 35 feet t Inches by the Kauge. Weather cluudy and coldnr; mercury, 34 deg. Up: Bedford, James 1. fiiiker, Chrles Alorgau. LOUISVILLE, January 12. River falling, with 10 feet 4 Inches In tbe caual and 14 feet 4 Inches on the falls. Weather cloudy and cold. Departed: K. B. bprlnger, Cincinnati; Uolden Crown, Mew Orleans. VICKSRUBG, January 12. Weather showery; thermometer, 56 deg. River risen 3 Inches. Up: If. P. Scnenck, 8 a.m.; Graud Tower, 5 p.m. Dosva: Gulden Rule, 10 am.; Henry IT rank and Mellle Spear, last night. NEW ORLKANS, January 12. Weather cloudy: thermometer, 74 deg. Arrived: Joan Means and bargfs, St. Louis, Saturday; J. d. M'Donaid and oarKi, John Porter aud baiges, Pittsburg: J. 8- Nell anu barges, Oulo river. ST. LOUIS, January 12. River stationary; 15 feet 2 Inches by the gauge. Weather clear and void. Arrived: Centennial, Mew Orleans; My Choice and barges. Cairo. Departed: My Choice and barg-s, Cairo; Baker and barges. New Orleans; Colorado, Memphis. CAIBO, January 13 Noon. Arrived : J B. M. Keillor, New Orleans, 1 a.m.; Paris C. Brown, Cin cinnati, 2 a.m.; City of VteksDurg, Vlcksbur.7 am.; Imperial, at. Louls,8a.m.;AnnleP.Sllver,St. Louis; 10 a.m.; Greyhound, Ohio, 10 am. Departed: City of Greenville, Vlcksburg, midnight. Weather mild. enowmg since aayught isigni Hlver yu reel ana rising. Weather cloudy; thermomtter, 3d deg. Arrived: John L. Rhoades, St. Louis, 2 p.m.; Harry Brown, New Orleans, 7 p.m.; Ste. Genevieve, Mem pbls, 5 p.m. Departed: Imperial, at Louts, 1 p.m.; J. B, l. Keillor, Cincinnati, 2 P.m.; Paris C. Brown. New trlea us, 3 p.m.; City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis, 4 p.m.; Greyhound, Arkansas City, tj p.m. Movements at tbe Xicvee. ARRIVALS. James W. GafT, Cincinnati; John A, Ecudder, SL Louta; Fannie Lewt4 6t. Louis; Commonwealth, Dyersburg; Geo W. Cueek, Utiles Point; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Batesville, St. Fran :1s river; Shields, Council Bend; James Lee, Friars Point; Ouachita Belie, Aikansas river; Coahoma, Vlcksburg; Belle of Shreveport, New Orleans; K. O. Stanard, New Or leans; City of Greenville, St. Louis; Vlrgle Lee, Cin cinnati. DEPARTURES. General D. H. Rucker, St, Louis; E. O. Stinard, St. Louis; Fadnte Lewis, SL Louis; Bade ot Shreve port, SL Louis; John A. cudder, New Orleans; Com monwealth, New Orleans; Gold Dust. Vlcksburg; Geo W. Cheek, Asbport; Osceola Belle, Oaceola; James W. Guff. Clnclnua.ll; James Lee, Friars Point; Shields, Commerce. IN PORT. Coahoma, Ouachita Belle, Joeie Harry, Batesville, Dyersbuig, City of Greenville, Vlrgle Lee. BOATS DUE. Doim-WIll Kyle. i'i-Hattle Rowland, Hard Cash, Shields. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Dtersbckq Dyersburg, C. 3. Berry master, 5 p.m. Vicksbcho Coahoma, E. O. Bonks master, 5 p.m. commkrck Shields, Wm. J. Ashford master, 5 p.m. WniTg Riveb Josle Harry, Milt R. Harry master, 12 in. VicKSBtTRo City of Greenville, Fleni Calvert mas ter, 10 a.m. Arkansas River Hatlle Nowland, J. J. Darragh muster, 5 p.m. fcr. Francis Biver Batesville, J. D. Randall master, 5 p.m. Arkansas Citt-Ouachita Belle, Mark R. Cheek master, 8 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. John A. Scudder 200 brls flour. 008 pieces meat. Betle of bhteveport 34 brls molasses, 800 ska salt. Dyersburg 107 bales cotton, 1 12 sks colton seed. 23 brls scrap Iron. James Lee-41 bales eotton, 1550 sks cotton seed, lot sundries. James W. GuH-20 bales cotton, 0 bags seed-col-ton. 600 tons merchandise. Shields 158 bales cotton, 21 hags seed-C3Uon,7o5 sks colion-seed, 22 r kgs sundries. Ouachita Belle-350 bales cotton, 118 bags seed cctton, 2 1 107 iiks cotton-seed, 51 pkgs sundries. Cuahoma 62 bales cotton, 21 bgs seed -cotton, 260 aks cotton-seed, 5 hd cattle, 40 pkgs sundries. Faunle Lewis 1761 brls flour and meal, 08 wet barrels, 15 tea ham, 103 bis hay, 301 sks corn, 2200 pkgs sundries. usceoia uene i a naies cotton, i nags seeo -cotton, 28o sks cotton-seed, 80 sks corn, 18 pkgs sun dries, 1 steer. Geo. W. Cheek-1)2 bales cotton. 32 bass seed -cot ton, V30 sks cotton-seep, 3046 staves 0 head cattle, 6 pkgs sundries. rJatesvute oreugnt out or at, Francis river 4U I baies cotton, 100 bgs seed-cotton, 754 Iks cotton seed, 28 Pks sundries. Vlrgle Lee arrived at nine o'clock last night with 64H boxes md.se, 924 dry brls, tt! wet brls, 135 sacks oats, 631 Pkgs niase. 411 dkks iron, zu crates cabbage. 641 empty oil barrels, 26 pkgs miscella neous, 80 pAgs lor resnipnieuk lievee Paragraph. Busli.esi brltk. The weather Is unfavorable (or levee loafing. The Belle of Shreveport passed up Sunday with a dik trip ioret. Liouis. rue uommonweaito passed aown last evening ior New Ot leans loaded hat. Tbe E. O. stanard passed no Sunday night loaded with railroad Iron for Cairo. The weathtr condlilrns yesterday were severely detrimental to business on tbe levee. Tbe Ancbor-Uuer City of Greenville, passes down lor Vlcksbum st ten o'clock this morning, Tbe symptoms of snow yesterday caused the aver age marine to nil up on su mm' 'ot very numerously. Cous Millar, lr., son of tbe veteran Cincinnati river editor. Is ot the clerical staff of the lrgle Lee. Receipt by rivtr since oar last report, 1749 bales cotton, 380 Dags seed colton, aooi sacks cotton- Mm. The Josle Harry having been unavoidably de tained, leaves to-day at noou for all points on While rtvtr The Hard cash win arrive to-aay ana leaves to morrow tor all points on White river, going tnrougn in .Tanksonnort. The John A. bcuoder passed aown sunaay morn ing for New Orleans with a good trip. She added 25 fnn nf freleht here. The Halite Nowiana win oe rouoa in port mis morning, and leaves again this evening lor all points on Arkansas river. weather and a bin trio In port, will leave this even- iin. Ht three o'clock for Arkansas City. Tbe arrivals late last nlgbt were the James How ard from New Orleans, en route to si. louis, and tne Will Krle. from Cincinnati tor New uneans. Th vnvle Lee arrived from Cincinnati about nine o'clock last nltrht. having experienced severe weather all the way down. She wilt return to-morrow after noon. The Fannie Lewis arrived yestf roav morning irom St. Louis with 4368 packages of freight, and re lumed last night with 650 bales eastern-bound mltnn. The James W. GaS departed last night for Cin cinnati with 300 bales cotton, 15 brls scrap-iron, lot o:d car-wheels, big lot sundries, and a fair trip of p;opie. A telegram printed elsewhere tells of a serious ac cident to the steamer ldlewlld, caused by the explo sion of a keg of powder In her magazine, by which evral of her crew were more or less injured. Will 8. Hays, of the Louisville Courier-Journal, s the aulbor of a poem, tender ard touching, dedl- caled to Captain James Kenniston. tbe veteran steamboat commander, who recently lost his wile by daalh. A notice printed elsewhere warns St. Francis river steamboalmen that the draw al Madison will be closed from the eighteenth of the present month to the eighteenth of February, while the new Iron draw 1 being Dot In Dostllcn. We note with pleasure the rapid Increase In the Coahoms's business slnee she entered tne Mempbls and icksbure trade. No other attempt to establisn a line ot packets between Memphis and Vlcksburg has given such indubitable evidences .of success as apparent tn tbe business both ways by tbe Coa homa. She Is the boat tor the trade, ber officers are tu-moKin or tne people, anahe may now do re a nxinre. KOT1CJK. rpHE undersigned has been appointed admlnls X trator of tue estate of Josepba Duttllnger, de ceased. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to file same with me, prop erly probated, within the lime required by law, and all persons Indebted to. said estate will save costs py prompt inuninin, JObJUru (JUL. 4 Years He fore the Public THE CEMUINE Dr. C. 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THAYER, MANUFACTURING JEWELER and OPTICIAN Watches, Jewelry. Silverware, Clocks, Spectacles, etc. Repairing of One Watches and Chrono graphs a specialty. XO.307 MAIN STREET, UNDER PEABODY HOTEL. fy Old Gold and Silver wanted. a -t-5 m M. 1- MEAI H1I K. K. Vl9f rrsMt. Huil, & W l'J"' P Grocers, Cotton Factors AND SALT AGENTS, . Ho. 9 Union street. : KALPH WORMEttY. ll COTTON WH1IL1I AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 338 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn. t3T Liberal adTanceB made on all Cotton consigned to uaJP J; W; X, BROWNE, PLUMBER! IS prepared to do all kinds of work In this line In a thorough and sanitary manner; gives especial attention to , , . Sewer . and Building Connections. Also, bas a largo stock of U AH FIXTi nK, Gas, Steam and Water-fittings and Fixtures. Pumps, Hose, Bathtubs, etc Has a large force of compe tent workmen. All work warranted. Agent for the Halladar WIND-MILLS. Orders solicited. BROWJ,E,THE TLUMBEB, 40 Madison Street. J.S.STANTON&CO. WHOLESALK GROCERS, COTTOX FACTORS And Commission Merchants, 284 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. S PKCIAL ATTENTION given to the Sale of all B mug ui v-uuiiirj r rvjuiiuc Tfll I CITF Nn 9 -.Beautinil Colored Picture. wLl-"0MIU 11 Ua 4, Very uiniou. 75obt-:wlrt fiad. Send stamp fur package. Dr.K.CBliKT.ltBJBWfii.Va OTTO SCHWILL&Co OFFER AT LOWEST PRICES New Crop Grass Seeds ONION-SET3, WHEAT, BYE, AND BUIST'S PREMIUM GARDEN SEEDS! Fruit and Ornamental Trees. Aaparagus and'Ruubarb Roots, Strawberry Plants, etc. Also. Wrapping Paper, Paper-Bags and Twines. 223 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. T. a HATNES, K. F. HERRON, Late Formerly T. B. Haynes & Co. Hereon, Connor 4 Co. Herron, Haynes & Co. Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants. OFFICE, 266 FROJfT STREET, HEHPHIH TRltNEMMEK Liberal advances on consignments. Special at- tention given to tilling orders. W. A. F AIRES & CO (Sucees lors to J. B. t W. A. Falres). Dealers In HOUSES and MULES, No. 55 Union street. WE keep constantly on band a choice selection of Hordes and tlules. Eveiythlng guaran teed as represented. Orders solicited. ARE Y01HNSURED? C. .WELLFOIU)&Co General Insurance Agents, No. 5 Madison street, Memphis FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRKSENTED Losses promptly settled, diluhounei and Cnnntrt Htnrea specialties. THE GREAT LUNG BALSAM Ctsafftsa, Cold, Consumption. Aattama. Hronhltla, and sail other Tisromt sand tannic A1Tp tions. Kstfoned lay the lrf A PHwkieisansv Tskrn hFlhoa tandit ssnd lufrnaflil alwjaw At bsw no aV4aaal. -SDLD EVERYWHERE. REMEDY FOR CURING KELLEY&M'CADDEN WHOLESALE AND COTTOIV FACTOBS 41 4 Iain street, Memphis. Greenwood Nursery! StVi aillea from OTemphla. Month Gate Klmweed Cemetery. C. tiCFUBEE.!, FLORIST & DEALER IN PLANTS CITY OFFICE AND SALESROOM, Corner Madison and Second. Memphis'. THE LIFE AND A D VENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMES. The most Interesting book ever published. A true account of the deeds of the great train robbers. By J. A. DACUS, Ph. D. THE only authentic record of the daring deeds of the shrewdest and most desperate bandits of modern times. Published by subscription. AGENTS WANTED. Money ean be coined by selling IL For terms and circulars, address the publisher. W. a BRYAN, No. 602 N. Fourth street, St. Louis. Ma NOTICE. o N and after this date, the i rice of Powder will oe as follows: KKegs, S8 25; One-half keg, 1 37; ' One-quarter kegs, Si 82; Blasting, S3 60 per keg. J. T JEFFEB30N, Agnt Dupont Powder Co. JOHN K. SPEED ft CO.. Agent Lafllng 4 Rand Powder Co. Memphis. January 1, lSHO INSURANCE. J. J. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHY. Murphy & Murphy, REMOVED TO IN"o. O Madlsozx St. (In rear of Colton Exchange.) Memphis, - - - Tennessee. "NLY First-Class Companies. Glnhonses and V- Country Stores Specialties. A S I am wantlne money. I will sell Monuments. X Tablets and Headstones, for thirty days, at the actual cost of material and labor on It. Come soon and get a bargain, at Thomas MaydwelFs Marble Yard, 38 Union St., lint. Wain and Second. Fresi OYSTERS! GAME and FISH, DBESSDPOULT11Y -AT- JOHN SIGNAIGO'S 278-280 Second street. nXACHADI, J. B, FOHTOK. : : : Memphis, Tenn. MJLJ.TER--irifc!O0DM IS. FACTORS MarMeMlB SCH00LFIELD,EAMOER&C!l WHOLESALE Grocers and Cotton Factors 256 Front street, tgf- OUR COTTOX WAREHOUSE IS AOW OPES, aud wo soUcit consiscnient from oar friends and customers, ani will make liberal advances on all shipments WE ARE SOW RECE1T1SK An Entirely Kew and Fresh Stock of Goods, and will wait on COTTON No. K'&ti Front street. : Chickasaw Iron Works! Xtandlo e3 Xiivormoro, Pi'op's 98 Second St., opp. JSInrket Square, Sempliis. HTllil, OFES-BsVE 9IOT BKEN CLON Alberisss, and nd ore rrpprl to promptly fill all orders for MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND WHOLESALE. Tobacco, Pipes and 286 Main street, Memphis and Respectfully Inform their friends and the trade that stock of goods tn the markL tyOrdKis W. X. Bowdre. Booth dr. BOWIE, ILfll k CD. COTTON FACTORS, 28G Front street $3&?Al$g5& emphi. Tenn. BLANK BOOKS! CLAPP & BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. Blank Book Manufacturers and Job Printers, 315 Main Street, s s 3WCoxxi.-3lxljs.,3?oTi.ia. W E would inform the Trade that onr 8tock of Stationery Is tbe largest In oil city. C B. Moore. . T. Basset t. iOORE, BAS8ETT & CO. Dealers zx Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holdings, Lumber, Lath, and Shingles, 351-353-3SO Second street. : 3f empliis. Tenn. J no. W. lIllard. II. DILLARD, COPP Cotton Factors and 260-262 Front AKUBItW NTKWAKT, Aiew Orleans, ffl WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Koa. 356 sni 858 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Ann Stewart Brothers 4 Co., Cotton Eactors and Commission Merchants. rTATOLSSOS HILL, 18 rAHITAfSir 0 OA COTTON AND 296 andFROrT STREET, I COR. THIRD AND LGCUST STS., MEMPHIS.... TE. I ST. LOUIS MISSOURI, fj-Aarentfi for tlie 01elratl V,. rnrvf Cottoit-f.li.jf 1 TV. B. Oalbreatli. COTTON Inf. 5. EALBMS ATI! & Oo )nr Wareliouse (Kalnal Storage Company) in nowopeii, ready to rpoe i v ton . on whirls we will limits lilernl chIi Bilvnnrea. J. R. GODWIN. X.. D. MCLLI.VS. Jr. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front street, cor. Ucion, Z&empliia. Partirnlaratentlon gjivet tovlip liandl'nsrof rotton while in fclif tl Dealer xx mm M R life Mnln nirs 1. : II LATH AND SHINGLES, Nos. 337 and 330 Second Street, Union. In Old lotofllce. W K.'MAI,LtRT, I Lata of Harris, Mallory A Co. MALLORY, CRAWFO (SCCCE3dOB3 TO W. B. MALLOEtY A CO.) Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AXI COMMISSION MEIiCUASTS, Q8k JBrcyn-t Street, TWIoxra-iDlxls. Venn. We are prepared to make Liberal Advances on eouHignmentM tf O'tton, whicb will be handled for the bent interefttw of the ah if tn r. fi.emphis, Tenn. nr friend us nsnnl. FACTORS, KI Have on hand a Stock of Msbrt, Ltroohs, other standard work In th Koiinrfry and Marriin liip Line DEALERS IN .Smoker's Articles. 310 East 54th street, New York. they have on hand the largest and best selected solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. Blalone. H. I. Bowdre SCHOOL BOOKS! TAYLOR, Blank nml Mehnol Kooka, and Office and Fancy BrcKUflrr a I i r.j i ior iu unurnr. I.. ColTin. 51. G. llaU rl .1 r SAZ ill mm Wholesale Grocers, street. ETemnliis. . U IVV.N K, f. JA. UAiLKV, SfempttiM. jneofiin FAOTOiQS J. K. Fowl ken. FA S. M. McCALLUS CTORb HAFFER, Manager . -. Sempbis, Tenumwe. i IV. J. l ltHIIHI, I Late of W. B. Gaibreatii A Co. & 00 CHICKASAW mum go. Nos. 81 to 87 Madison St., BE preiiared to handle cottcn with machinery V of the most approved cb:iractsr, comprlsiuK tbe best t les.en, t'eeSrrs. asd the mmi ,'oaspletP llallrr Kins snH fo.'lfmpr kaaww. Prices will be H low as tbose or any first-class aln In Memphis. No c1iuks ior dravaed from the nver to the gins, ordellveiy to the mer chants to whom consigned. All CJtton slitpp d di rect to us fully Insured In our optn iwllcy. dacks sent free of ehanre, on the shortest notire. )lvs us a trial. We refer, by permission, to the following responsible and well known firms: Hill. Fontaine 4 Co. Fursienbelm Wellfortl. Brooks. Neely Co. A.B. AC.rredweilA Co. Berron. Haynes A Co. J. J . Bn-by Co. Jonea. Brown A Co. M. L. Meschitia A Co. bhoemaker. Joplln A Co. Kstes. Doan A Co. Hadden A Farrlnirton. Stewart. Wwynne A CO; J. T, FarjrRSon Co. Porter, Taylor Co. Taylor, Arnold A Co. Fader. Frank A Co. AaenUrvty Nrwtad poutiTwly ett tw of Seminal miauon asd I m potency by ua ooit tna tt, ta.. lrwa( A r.otar to Urn praci Saf ot tha Piawaa. Tba tawrftiw rith thafr-LAar rumuta A Uti atoo-1 ta tmm aa wty fHWfaWiaii i prft ananftiam. at mtm MM by Um MaAwaJ riHM m m maaa rami a - mnd nt twaeKta aaJ aurto lha vtty pr,wj t tmaa. TV, Hmd.i , .w M rftavaawaaa. H. I taty asaas Ah ,. U: Wa- aVJa (" lJaaCTDv'Xrr. JThis Zlm.i UarMiaaaV4 attTlaBa- -aaa ( mm aaaaar- tfcat a, w a. rwrW y-riaat awWt. a4 V MARfTlSVM E6VcOS'BCH E MISJS, Memphis' Floral Co. ARK RTowlntr the lantest stock of Bedding and BloomliiK Plants ever grown In the south. Bed dlnic Plans and Hoses a specialty. Imported 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 A NEW No. SI" Mos!er,Bahmann & Co.'s Safe, 65 INCHES HIGH, CHEAP FOR CASH APPLY AX THIH OFFICE. SWEET VJ 1 1 li WttVf 1 ii -I f . " .if rrv ,Tji:.l InlWS.ir ,MMi. ThU Jiekatmt Rem M s S..M of ! .Jnalf-n-. Sfud for fcrfopW -. to A. I.i. t,..-- 'V- k'fttirhmrK V. JENNLKGS' 6AK1IABX DP0X, A. (. JltKS Manager! 94 Bcelcman St., New York. JENNINGS' TRAPLESS WATER CLOSET, PLUMBEE3' GOODS having for their objecj cleanliness. durability, and exclusion of SEWEB OAS. Exelaalve Sleaspbia Affri. R. G. CRAIG & CO, (iEllSF. KXTIIA KAItLY Orchartl. Si erd, Timothy, Clover Together with a large stock of AGRICULTURAL IFrlPLEMENTS And Grass aud Garden Seeds, at the Urge and comra xllous store, SCt Mala Htreet K. i. KAIG & CO. PIS: at -. 1 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY., CUTM ill CHUOWIG ouu SEXUAL jQIa iSycraaatorrlioa tna. Jaipotency. - tt,e r. - :U f I! ?'jo u a."tml exra-iset in -, ' 1 r t " : , ir-.'JKr fiu", '.d aott t i I i.- U' .'m uc Jt.: Net v-fifi t-'. txi-.ii ii l.a.ii. n. (Btgl -.i.i L, iii. j.i-'i. Ifiuic of h(Ef.t. :-i"e Jl-w I.? til 4". I-1 nri.v, A it n ;.ulo Si-t wr i-i.r: o' el I l. f t-.'Jal ror '... tNW ii- :iT cr -l SVPHIL IS t-- c-ri V"1 r.- m - rr. lt-aaj tui Ut. k.-.u.; IrOlIOrVllCa , fiTVX1 Sm'-tat. Wert.., i.i at--, -.era, j 1 t: -r prira: diea fji.-kly eorvl. !l i,,f.f inn: ttial "hy riD b prnt iiecial ttli W,;..'4 t.wcf i;i.iH'?, wt treauur It'tuau lh1 lt'r, it"- .r-Ubai::. 1'hTaiLlapa ktaTiKCW. m- lifun T-lr.miv.-ntl y rti, V j Cavr--. VK-B il l It. - nt ..a'.V i'.' . f i''4.:'t, lutli tr.- c.ib Lo pXlftU-f r. . fi i r. ui i-c ti.ivt ti v .cr?. Cures Onai-:2iioJii iu all Case anficriMJiei.'. . r in! int..-1 tT ouiiUAaut'.-. 'La A rrr.jK-uJ' lie rtri. riUVAXE COUNSZXOR if 300 :rv. F-rit to ny ftddre, rcarl aialM, Inr t -fBi . Sfi"i.M be rrad lv alL A-i lrM aa -' v.T.. to'ira fr..t M ' ' P. M. 8onra J - PRESCRiPTIOH FREE For tlie apeeclv Cure cf g-mnjtf Wraknew. Let Mnboxl, Frem.lutd jJbUity. Kervouane. Itprodcnc, OntUnttion of T1fn. Aversion to Socle Ur. Uefecuve M emary. urn . . i Li.or(ir r. Broucrht on by Srt ll.bit. .nd Ajobs.. Any rtnici.t hu th. iutfrcdienu. A.Jai.u. QR, JAQUES it CO.. 130 WM aixtfa Street, CINCINNATI, OHItt rKSjHCKirritmf fiikk ITtortTDB SPKKDTCTJSB of Seminal Weakness, Los; '-1-uihood and all disorders brought on by tod.i:Tittion or exeats. Any drurglst bas the Intro dlentA DS. JACJUISAU).. I -to WmI rttTtti mremt Ortelnna PCOKPLETE COITON CLEAKES. rs.l!:..::-.,rji' AND C1IA9IPIOK UlaH AK HILLEB8 FOB BALI AT E iiOBART & CO.'S, 866 Front, Memphis. Farm in Xorth Alabama. I HAVE one of tbe most desirable farms In North Alabiina, containing rt."0 acres, which I will sell in a body, or lu two tracts of nearly niual siz. 11 adjoins Tuscumbla on the northwest. Spring Creek runs through It, aud It lies along the Tennessee river for nearly a mile. There Is a hue Steamboat Land ing on It, with a good Warehouse. While specially adapted to cotton, tbe land produces all kinds of grain and grasses remarkably welL Never-falling springs and an abundance or timber and firewood on It, and Is one of the most healthful localities In North Alabama. Only oSered to raise money for a special purpose, and a great bargain may be had by a cash buyer within the neat thirty dais. - A. H. KKLI.KR. w 'tcnir:, or Ll-ri1 i'l U. . K 'hat JJvlt.nc'M Pile Krtiiraly fali tO tutu. I.. 14 lUiUM'Ximf Tii-1 , our- - ca-- of ftiii.d. inn ia 1 mit.rfi nary r:i- in 2 drrufrirfit. J. V. .iiTXJ.it. W !-. -trti.' 1st.. lJhil.. l"a. r .;a tn 'riri-t.r. Ad.io tre In a..'. rf'"a". or rntv CAMION W raptor nn laolfle yn jrimti ia V UicU,At A 'k UacUliJmtAm, In Aa, CaWaxsaa. A'vte .AcrjycaiaiiBfl W. JONKS 4. CO. AcnU. 2.'i7 Mh!ii slmet..": luka Hotel and Springs rOU KKtT, LKAHE OB MA LK rpHEiiE Springs are situated on the M. andC. H.B., J- 115 miles east of Mempbls, In a high rolling country, entirely free from malaria. The hotel Is new. large and cemrortabie. The springs are noted for tbe cure ot Dyspepsia, Disease. ol lueTiver and Aiourjs. reunite wniaua nitu oetierai LJCOUIiy. I will rent, lease or sell the b"lel and entire springs orotieny on liberal terms. Tbe bouse Is rnmlslieil with new furniture, which Is also for sale on liberal 7 lef ins, II applied tor early. Aiklrnaa MHd, S. . HAitiUd, luka, UlstladppL Mi for Ei. BUfSliSaHAFY ' G 5 n w 2 m m 7Jmml " CP" V o -J SagOC3LgSa BRIsLKY NTKEL m rafi a n k ik mm mm Jolinson's PRIVATB " Rf. 17 JEFFEKS.)X STREET, Betwsea .tt. wwd fwot. WfeaaphlaT EAMJiUsn lit lgt'.O.! Da.,liHKS' t! scTriow'.'vlRed by ail prt!asir terested as by far tbe most suerewsful physlohin In the treatment of private or Sfcret d swisea. (Juki, tnoroiu-n .nd i-eminent cures -ruhranleed in ev r case. rr or fctu.-xle. P.coent ctuvs of tioaarrne aiMi j'Triiills cired in a Tew drs. wif hjxit tbe oae of ciereiirv, cMni'ife ot olet. or hlndmnee Pvia buslneet. eeeondhrv trr-nll's. the lat restive eradioaUd wltf out the use of mercury. Involuntary Icaa of semen stooped m a short time, fnilrw. from impotence or lo.s o? eexunl r-owers res!on-d lo tre viur 1b a rw wtvks. Victims ot elf-0Qe and exeeesivb veney, euSerliuf from sperm atwra and Ion ol rhjsi.vil and menial power, speedily and penr nent'.f wired. Hai-tlcuinr attentlca raid to tsa Deaeaaea it W.nncn. aud cf-.rv. ;iarnteed. ThroM and Lurut L!lsv-s mred bv new remldle... Piles and old sores cured without the use of mo Cc or the ktttfe. "! All evtnsu'.tatlons strictly eor.ffitentlal. Medicines set-.t by jxprtj to all imris of the'onr. try. trrf? Oftlce hours from 8 a. cyij p. m. Suna.v ro m a to fi p. m. - n .-.VrjsiN'w. M.i' AOBIMSTUATOR'S SALE OK Valuable Farming Lands, BY virtue of a rrecroe of the Cb.meerv Conrt of Pe-oto county. MtssUelt.pl. I will, as adminis trator de bonis non of the eMale of M. L. Blrthe, u oeased, on Xondsr.tlio 12:h Day or January, 15S0t sell at the eonrthonse door In Hernando, tbe follow Inn lanits In lesto county, Mlssl-'stppt: IN TOWNSHIP To (2), range etght (8); All of section four (4: Southwest qitsrter or section six South half of northeast quarter of section six (6); All of section n'neti'1: North half of section fifteen (1R): Northwest quarterof section sixteen (lrfi; Ntnetr t0) acres, east tnrt of norUiweai Quarter of section seventeen (17). IJf TOWNSHIP THRKK x, range eight (8); East bait of section six W: Seven ." acre., strip west side section Eva (5) west of Memphis road; Northwest quarter of southeast Quarterof section seven (7). IN TOWNSHIP THRKK (!T. ranee nine (9 Northwest Quarter of sectl.m elxht (H; South hctir of eouthwst Quarter of section 8sv.iv teen (171; Ninety live .i5) acres, south part of southe.rt Quarter of section seventeen (17). IN TOWNSHIP TWO-CJ range Un (10); All section thirteen '18); All section twenty-three i'J.'l); All section twenty-five C,'."i; All section twenly slx Citl); West half of section lwemy-fo ir 024). Tkkms One-bait cash: balance In twelvemonths: with six (tl) per oeut. U.terst. secured by Iwnd. wuu security. . nail. Administrator. Chancer j Sain of Real Estate at Collier. Yule, MieiDY LonntY, lennessee. No. S:t50 R. Chancery Court of Shelby County W. T. Wakefield, admlnlstratnr or ti. II. tails de ceased, vs. John A. Pliiininer et nl. BY V1KTUK of an lulerlocutory decree for sale, entered In tbe above cause on the twenty-third day of December, lr7tt. M. B. 25 t. Mi, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of tne store or J. T. iiigp. a Co.. in the town ot Colller vllle, Shelby eouuty, lennessee. Oa Matnrday. January 17. IH.HO, within legal horrs. the following described property, situated In Shelby county. Tennessee, to-wft: Hrst A lot or parcel of grouud In the town of Colller vtlle, Shelby county. Tennessee, hetrlnnlng at the southwest corner of Dr. W. D Somen's residence lot; thence east 2.14 feet to a stake on i. R. ricott's northwest comer: thence south 12 feettoastake In the center of the old Memphis and Lsiirange Hall- road; tnenoe south H'l degrees, west 2;rt feet to a stake: thence north 120 feet to the brginnlng. oeconu A parcel ot ihpii iiue anu being m snel by county. Tennessee. blng lot No. 1 f tbe subdivi sion of lot No. 1 nf the B. K. Brown, deceased lands, and described as follows: Beginning at a stake In the center of the Hol'y Springs road, running north 4odesitie. n-f 2(rhinns and Ul links, with the west line of I d No 2 of B. . Brown's subdivision, to a s!ki in tiie renter "f a private nxid, tbe north west conifr of Slid lot No. 2; thence west with said mad 2H eh sins and SU links to a slake in the center of Ibe flolly Springs n-nd; thence with said road soiuh 2Sl' i-egrws. east 5 chhins and 5rl links to a stake; t.'Hnce. south 2H V( degrees east 2 chains to a stake; thence south 41 la decrees, east H chains and yz iiriKs 10 Die Deinim.g. iiniainine i.sw acres. Third -A tract ol land in Civil District No. 10 of Shelur eounry.. Teimessee. onlalning 13 acres. bounded fo lows: On be east by John Jarrnan. Jr.. deowst'fl, (now H Irhy), on the south by the lands known a. the A. u. Nc.- I place, and since owned by A. and M E. Young an, I oid by them to Davis ft Blgirs: wvst by the lmul- belonging to W. 8. Karley'a estate (now J. T. B.gvs A Co.); on the north by wauace (n; w nun uienn). Koutlh A oenaln iarcel of land lying In the 10th Civil Dtstrlitof Shelby county. Tennessee, contain ing two and a biuf acres. arinniiiit at tue north west comer ol tne 411 acre traJt of laud conveyed by R. B Koua lo i. H. Drtvl-, by iet-d dated December 81. ISrtH. reglstei-il In bock r.'.l, rwute 4'.MI; on the south line of ths oi l W inches'.er State Una road; thence south 5 chains und 50 links to a stake; thence south 8ft degiees, eest 4 chains loa stake by a small brancn; llience n-n It 5 chains and f0 iinasto tnesaio 0111 fivue t.ine roau: tuence non b&4 degrees, west tour chains to the beginning. Ki!tn A certain tract or p.itvl of land lying In tbe 1 1 th Surveyor's and I Oth Civil District of Shel by county, Tennessee, beginning at a stake In the northeast corner of Haley's lot; thence ninth it chains and 70 links to a slake with two small red oak pointers: thence east 4 1 link to a stake; thence norm 1 1 cnalns so link to a st&k witn poet oak and red oak pointers; thence west lOchalns 1 .Minks lo a slake with red wdt pointers; thence south 13 chains to the comer of the M. K. church lot; thence east 4 chains 10 a slake In the hollow with sassafras pointers in irked with a X; tlinLce south 14 dtgreea, eat rl chains r0 links to a stake with red oak i-oinl-ers; tnenc-e east 4 chains to the beginning, contain ing 15 20-1O0 acres, upon which there Is a residence where said Davs lived nt the time of bis death. This ia-it described tract (llfth) has been subdi vide! into three trad, a plat of which made by SI. T. Leake, Is on nle herein and made a part of tba decree of sale, to which reference Is mnde, the sub divisions being lot 1 containing 2 47 acres, lot 2 containing 7 2rt seres, and let three containing 5 acres, being subdivisions ot the homestead tract of 15.73 acres, and sale thereof will be made accord ingly. olxth An undivided one-balf Interest In a parcel ot land conveyed bra. and M. K Young 10 said . H Davis and J. T. Bigr. lying In the loth civil dis trict of Shelby cTnmly, Tennessee, containing about rill acres: Bounded on tne south by the lands be longing to the estate of Wlllirord Sullivan: on the, wnst by the lands lielnngtng to the estate of w. T. Kane j ; on the norm by said estate ot W. T. Farley and the land belonging to the etdaie of John Jar man, Jr.; and ea-t by the lands ot said Jarmxn't estate, kuown as the A. i. Neal place, upon which there Is a bouse and some Improvements. Terms of Sale One-third cash; balance on A credit of ten months; purchiMer executing note, with approved security, bearing six ter cenu Internet for deterred payment; lieu retained; redemption barred. This December 27. IS7W. KJ. BLACK. Clerk and Master. Metealf A Walker. Ally's forrompln'C 2t KST OKTITTo lre-riitioti Free. Fnr thr Ftsssly tr of s.w ilinl U.Kni'Hrt. 1m- -f Ma!-lt.sl. ttutl .11 dtsirlt.r hroiik-lit txi ! l!i,ircr t.,,i, rvxix& Aijy Drtuvirt It th- ::!-r,'.ti.-iii-. Ai'iltxM. U ttlUsUN A. t tl.. 73 Saiwaa Ht.. W. Y. Trustee's Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a trust deed made to me, as trustee, by Ttf.mas M. Murray, surviving partner, els., on ti e lllb of November. 1K7S, and recorded In chattel bock No. 14. (xgs :i iO, for lbs purpose of securing tiie pajmer.lot a note tt-ereln mt iit:oiieU. I will, id ti.e rrgueid of the txrlirliclary and hunter of s.-ud not,, on Htiumu, Jmiiiit 17, In frot.t of ibe iasi:ting and I'huunlng Kstabllsh iiietil of M'ltray A Mariln, and in Ibe said rstnh llsliiner.l. No. rl Mrfdlson slre-4. and In the cellar on the northeast corner of Second ru n Madison strtels. Tsxitig-dlftrlct Shelby county, Tenneseee, aril to tbe hlKhc st and best binder, for cash, tbe fol lowing pnieoii&i property: One Ple Marhlne,one Forge, Benclies. Vises. Tools of all des -rlt llon in the said estabshment; 40 Pendents. 20 Cbandx. lleis.'a large lot of Plplng.Terra Colta, Ro-e, I'uuie. (tasllxtures, tilass (ilobvs, and other articles per taining and b?lor:giig to said gaxtlttlng establish ment. Also one black Horse, one spring wagon and Harness. Sale ta take place between 10 a.111. and 4 p.m. Title to the property Is believed lo be good; 1 will sell and convey only as trustee. H. DUDLEY KitAYSER, Trustee. Jllastci 'd aI of ltel I btate. NOTICS Is hereby given, that under and by vlr tue of a dec ee of the Honorable, the United States District four:, fo' the Kisiein District of Ar karteas.ai Helena, iet:drrcd at the Ocl'ilier Term, IH7H. cf Kiild court, !ti a certain cau;-e pending therein, and on ihe chsnnen side threof, wherein Nancy A. Kdrtngt m, C5 lctecutrlx of tbe last will end testament -( Jarcea U. htlr.ivlufi, deceased, was complainant, and J. W. Jefleron. J. T. Jerer soii, U. W. U Ctnok. John Matthews, Ktnlly R. Haz ard and Jobrt w iii7rd, admlmstriitorof James H. Hazard, deoeaseuTTfrl Ulcrs were d 'fenoants, I will proceed to sell ut pnuic fccl"n. to Ibe Ulgt eet bidder, for cash tn hand, at the doOr-O' thecosrt- house In the cl;i of Helena, t-la'e of ArkaTrsfta. l ween tne nouis preicrioeu uy iaw Tor ifi:c-ai s,i,h.. Oa Xnendny, l.l (ley or Jiniary, IMau, the lollowing iands In i :s.s'wuiipl counlr, Arkan sas, to-wlt: J be soutliwesl ii'inrier or seciiofi Ihlrty (HO), In townsnlp thirteen t l.fi noilh, ranin eleven (11) east; the south half of section t.er.ty-live (25); the south halt of section twenty-six (2-1); tbe faith weHt quarterof section Ihlrtr-lour (84) all la town ship thirteen (i:li nonri. r.in -e ten ( I o east, con taining In all nine hundred and twj acres, and known as the "Vrhllemore Plantation." Also the toll jwlng triu ts or parcelsof land In said county and Ste.le. lo-wlt: 1 he riotthwest ijuam rof section tlnrty-MX (ttl); In Ptwiishlp thirteen (l.'t) nottn. rarige ten jti east; tbe nottnesst uuArterof se. Hon thirly-Mx ( (ill. In Ijwu.lilp thirteen ilH) north, rat.ge ten (10) rast. Also the soulhet Quarterof section three Ci;, iu tosnstilp twelve ( 12) north, range ten 1 1 o east. Iso the northwest quar ter of section thirty one Ml). In township tblro-en (1H) north, range eleven (II) east said last named tract ot land being known as it?e - Vnn Planta tion." H. W. MClil'LLS, Master In Chancery. Myers A Pneef, Attorneys. su-ttw UNION STOCK YARD, IJOVAHI & CO., rrop'ra. Live Stock Corr.mission Merch'ts OFFICE AXD ViUD Oppttaito LoulMvlltei and ksh vllle Hail roud UcptL aJNSK.N'MKNTS and correspondence solicited. Special attention given lo tne eaieof CntUe, Sheep and Hos. ERKENBRECHER'S BonlonSlarch It Is absolutely odorless, and Chemically Pure. It U snowtlake white. It Is susceptible of the highest and most UuOing Polish. It possesses greater strength of body than other trade brands. It Is packed In Pound Parcels. Full Weight guar an teed. II costs less money than any starch In the world. It Is manufactured In the heart of the greatest eeretil region of the tiiobo. It is Sold universally In America by brocers and Dealers. Its annual consumption reaches Twwity Million Peunds. m W -wee 1 A-IlUa'ClV JbsI'MCIl OrCCliei i CIKCIXXAl'l. Krkmbrcchcr' WvrU-fuwu Ovnt tt larch ft fujti Br. D.