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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPE A L -SATURDAY. JAKUARY 4. 180.
r UAiLHu 11 T1HKTABLEj. . Lowla-rlii aad rj.iiTllIe own threat Mitnra. Fttprrss, dully St.ni ... 1 1 :2' P.m. 6:40 a,n. r:lo am. 4 :20 P-m. M!:i'tW tiunaays).. 4:20 p.m. "on ir "iFrKncr! runs only lo M'Ketuie. con tec "! f'T Nulivlile. New 1,viil Mall. -tali.... 8:4S p.m.10:4o batJIs lanp.Mi'l n, Cal ; , i..., 4:40 p.m. F Tral . dally (dun dHTS -eLlen1).. I ";4' a.m. LEaVlt. ii.t.y 11b, Mill T.tf,m!lyll:l p.m. K.iin '-.' vr,:,r','t'ifttluni d ' '." '-- --t -r.'U.,T'.)... 4 40 P.m. 12:16 t.ro, R:O0 am. I l.K.V. at-MlY.. .BJ. I :ea.m. tf:0O p.m. I.IAVK. KHIV. M .: Vfp. ins ... :1Q P.m. 11:05 p.m. F l.tttt.dillyexceit 3nn.V HHP a.m. K-;rt p.m. t,:lnraw ana Me iphlw. LkAVa. I A KHIVA. M .,.- r.-'iUi..uljF trOO p.m. (1:80 a.m. A " 1 '- ' ' I 8:Hi am. B:H0 pro FINANCIAL. A n'li 't hiiKiro Mt wi doing amors the banks sitril it wit rt no special feature about It. Exc-li.'imr. whs l(i go! receipt Mt one or two banks, wt.lle Rome others had bare.y enough for the da nei.N; ttienew rate continued In force. Money was In tlie. iihiihI quiet deum-iil, excei.ttbat there Is oppor tunity to let out 1r--eiy on what Is equivalent to "call" not a veiy pnllltlle limitless. No tranaacelons of Interest weie. reiioili-d In local securities; Charleston railroad s k Is In l. iiiund at 15, and Memphis gas stock wns onVr nn at 75. Kxcuai.ge quoted at U ul count on New York and other prominent eaxtern pomis; Willi Ulrica il l's' grar, H discount; selling at par On Iew Orleans. U diwouut; (wiling at par. Slie'ny county ncrlp is limited at MH8M) buy ing, ami it l.?SC selling. Mississippi first district l-va couikii.b are selling at 15918. The list sale or Memphis Ks stock was at Tiift, no ofl.rii.K at ri; Mnmpbls and ;hiirie.it'ii r..nroi.. ,i-k wanted; 15 of T'fel. T". Nef V irk JSidetm, of Wednesday reporis: " New York excbariit") W-b yuoleJ tu-DHf as followMt ttieplnces iiarnel: Savannah buyiiiK. oil; relitiiR. 'h premium. Charlestoa a-.:irct;; buying. In irvinluia: sellltg, H-lrt dls ct'unt. New lrriwiu.4 co.i nieitlal, 75 to 1(X( dis count; b:.bk. par. St. l.oi.ls, if 1 pr 1000 tireinliim, Chiao eiser; r.O lu DO premium. Boston , 20c dlsojuut." MEM Fill J BANK CLEARINGS: (Trnrn.i1. Halrnum. .Unnarf 2.1. 1HH0 2.V.02i K0 S 27 Tims fartblsaeek.... 1.171.405 01 8210.H40 41 rl line tune Ut w ek.. siHl.:tHl Oil 2:iI.:iM:j 4 H.ime time week betun 1.074 '" H2 108,082 60 H F TKLKUKAPU. I PAitI J, January 2 1. Hemes. 81f. H5e. NK" 'HLEANS. January '2'.. HlkM exchnne on w I r v ul par. bteriing excnaugo uankers' Janutrr S:i. Consols, 98; United r.m-tic r-i. io.i&h: 4is.lll; 4s, lOii: ni ml. lOhL--; IVtninriyanla Central, 63la; r"H: s'C0iidJ, lit; lteadili, Utl. .. M YOKK. J inuaty 2:j. Money, 5t?rt frcent.. is'Iij at 5 tr o. nt. r"ri .e mercantile painjr. Vurn pf-rn -nt. stfr.lu -xi;ri viixe bai.kert' bills steady, 4H-Jlj; smhi m t.iin (e on New York. 4H4U Uiy K.nwu ImjHjin l. r the w. ek, I. Hurt. 01)1). Uorem i.i. in tMiii't -w tn tlie fxct'iitlon of new 4. which riet'lified i.ifM i-r cent, wnre steady; coupona of 1HM1. HU-.M. nxwf-s, Hl'I'Mi now 4tss, 107ty; new 4s, IU4U, iJ,ic,ll3i.iot 'Ho, 122 bialflbotiusdull; l.')uUiHi..i 7W roi.sols. 47; Missouri rl. loill-j; tit. .lo.t.-i h. lo:i?; lennesitee Bs, old, !i;l; leu iiesnee tls. nc. :t 1 1: Virginia Hh, old, 21; VInrli.la ne. 2l; Vlr.'lma consols, 75: preferred. 1081. H Olrowl bonrli dkm strniiK an.i hlklier. Toe T xas H.hmuo Income land xraiila ailvanued from 8 Us to HHL, and cIonI at hit. Other cliai nes were as fol low,: An advance or 8 pe c-iit. In Cnlcaxo. Co lumbus ni.rl Indian C--ntial Income, llfa percent In Ohio and Musli-dpi'l seconds and Chesapeake and On:o tints of series H. tl perceut. In Indiana, Blooui Imttim and We-leni liiL-ouie. The ML Louis and Iron Mountain llrd Ine ,ai(s row to :A. while the secniMs (ell "if PiVU; leive.r and Hlo tlrande tlrsl-i r :se to tii i: t'ulc Mft, C . lumbus and Indiana Central suivleinei t try t ) 8'.ii, and I.aajeite, Hi.xirnliiKl.ai Hi. l Mimcle nc uns to WU Krle -.n'H. 7s. soli mil.) lli The sto. k inaikrt w:it 1im.iv ui eirty iie.iiinic.-i aim ptlces ecllued Mi to 5 l"-r cut I. vl vllle a mi Nashville, Mew York rmlr.il. CiiicaKo, 8".. Louis and New Oila. . Nash vl:l -. Luati.tii'ioYa and ST. Loj's, and Facdlc Mull lrai.rir I u , don nward movnii nt. Oiirlmi the af- lrli.MU deallnus wi-re i-harA'te.rel by astion tone, s,r,,i u .la. li.lsk niircliasri the uenernl Ht recovered to 4 pnr wmi , klil'i the lljiistoti and Texas rose rt pey CMl. lO IV I '4 L.IKHSVI110 mm iiwiiiTiiir, N.ishville. C'U i'ih . ooira amis;. Ixmls, New Jersey Cstural, Krle, t'acil.o Mall, Wi!r i Union and lHew Yoik Ceutml and southwestern shares were con spicuous In 1112 advance, in IheH..nl salesNewYork tV.Tril becrtin-' we M and closed atllie lowest point of the d -y The sindicale of banktrs wljo received bull f ir Central stisk jeslerdey are disposed to o Hi ctisl nil the lac.s ex.pt that 200,000 abaresor t he stm k worn takea at prtres rai gin; from 131 to 135. There li a st'uy cuirvot that the entire bli ck waa taken by iiienitiis or the syn ticde, and that they were h-id lor lni:m r llirures The fact tbat there Is no mil li iny-ti ry ateait the result f the blading tend- d toiH-o iii .iKe puicln es or the st ick In open ini'ket. OUle.al uuuouncemeut Is made tbat the Witi.su, 81 i ou!s and I'-utlj company bave de ridel to leaa the Toledo, Peoria and War- i saw road. It Is reported that tbe Lou isville and Naslivllla coinyany are nenotlallns; lor the purchiee of liie 8rtPRBld tllvision of Ohio and Mlsisslppl. A "beMr'' attack wis made on C -nlial Ariz nut tvday. After selling down to it rn-ovemi to III, and closed at Vi'JM. The Line 1'ltt-li.UK C'insuil'.aUd mining comoany de : u'.-d a div ueii.l of 5 per cent , paiable Kebru ry 2d. O'lar Kalis and l nneso.a closed at 2714. and Na.sl:vil'e. Cna l inrnscs anl St Louis al 7rttj, t'ratis aiMioiiH axitri-n.iti-d :iJi'i,(N)0 shares, of which 20(M) wero Canada -J 'iiilirrn, li-'ilt) l entral Anz ina. r000 t:iiicag,i, 8 . Louis m il NVw Orleans, 1100 Cheaa p-aive and Ohio. 1 0 0,)i Clili-ae", Columbus and dl ma Central, MOOD Cedar Kails and Minnesota, illl'M) Lack iwarma 08.00O K'le, 0(KX tit. Joe, Tlf OiH) II ,utoiia..d T,xs, lOiiO lion Mountalo, !)l. 4)i)i) kAns.'S an. I Texas. 1100 Luke chore, 4K00 LiuihvI'Ih and Nasnvill.'. I'.lllO Laaa Krle and Westein. 1 4n0 Murhlrjan Ceniral, 5000 Northwest ern, i"iO Nasav lie, Chitta- ooa and St. Louis, IM OliO New Jersey lentriil. MHIO New York Ctn'ral, 7itil0 Oulu". 18.1 '00 bacill i Hall, 7500 St Vaul, 7tKM)ot. I.onu n id 8 in Kranclsco, fc 000 Union r.ielllc. 15.0,10 Wabash. St. Louis and Pacific and HiMH) Western 'iiio.i. The closli'g quotations were: Hik'K laiaiid, H,o; Panama. I7; Kort Wayne, ll.H'a: Plttstiurg, 111; Illl.,oisCeiitral, 10il; Chi cago. Murhutitoiiandyuliicy, 14-ita; Chicago and Al ton, 108; Chloiigo and AiUu prelerred, 120; New Yora Central. 130; Harlem, Kill; Lake Shore-, 101; caii'toa southern, 71: Michigan Central, XSH-i; Krle. 41'-c Krle preferred, ttiiti; Nortb wesiern, HiHj: Noit:iwesteru preferred, 10MB; 8t Paul. 77; bt. Paul i.reierred. IOH4; at. Paul and Mmiie LiM.lls.47l.il, tit. P..til and Sioux City, W; bt, Paul and bioux City ptefi-rred, 77; Delaware, Lackawanna B"d Western. 84Lii; Morris and nex, 102-U: Lelawaro and Hudson, 74; New Jersey Co trnl. 80;n: Olilo and Mississippi, 80h; Ohio and Misslssipiil prelerred, rl21a: Chesapeake and Ohio, i I W; Mulilleand Ohio. 24; Cleveland and C.ilumbus, 78U: Chtcatro, Columbus and Inolana Ceiiiial, V4; inuiana. Cinouiuutl and Lafayette, Itlni allured; Burlington, Cedar Itaplds and Nortueru, 1 '(; Alton una Terrs Haute, 124Vs; Alum and Terre HmiPs prererr. 1, A; Wabaan, bU Louis and 1'aclllc, 44Vj; Wabasn, St. Louis and Phi'UIc fi-ererrcd, ''Ui Hannibal and 8t. JtHi, llatinihul and St. Joe preferred, 87&4i Iron H.i.uiit.iUi. 34ik; ft. Louis and tan Fraii-c-l.'. 4 i.j: St. Louts and San Kranclsoo preferred, ns.'s; si. Louis und San Kranclsco, Drat preferred, 77;' Chicago, St. l oins and New Orleans, 44Ui; K ina HtiU Texa. 4nMi Union Pacific stock, V-fMi Kansas mid Pacific, 04; Northern Pacuio, ;)4t; Nortliein paclllo preterred, 57 14; Louisville and Nashvilie, 121; HomrfT.n and Texas, 74; Western Union UelentfTiT 104; Atlantic and Pa cini) Telenraph. JLAT l-aclllo Mall, 81"; Lit tle Pltiai'ing. itSTKeadiug, tin; Adams Kx press, 107W: ei;j narg'i. ltxi; mnrloan Kxpress, .Itl: 1'nltii t.iatea Express. 48lii; yiilcksllver, JU!i: "jr.t'.v.ir preferred. 051,; Lea.tvllle, 1031; CeiiiritfTacliio bonds. liltUx; Union Paclllo Qrsis, 0',.i iinion Piiclllc land grains, 113; union pa- tnkiiu ruiitiM. 11714; Lehigh and Wllkesbarre, i Uv: sl Pan i:ml8 oux City lrsts. 8t; cnicagi. Coluiiious and Indiana Central firsts, no sales; Chi cago. Uoluiiiluis and Indiana Central recouds. no nies: Krle Ke.viiids. KM: Central Arizona. 1h Caribou. 47; Exi'eialor. -'i; llouu) Slake, art; Ou- taito,37tj;atauuaid. 32 'x. COTTON. To. 1 nnoiiav l"elini? occasionod bv the co ,i,,,,-i Ur.-n r.H-i lnts and stocks Is subsiding, and nnita lew unwiry deilers hi-tlly mid out The iinr'i w.iieror the cast t o weeks, which baa per mitted planters to klnp their cotton to market earlier tins fear man itey -enerally are able to do caused many 11 lulieve (tie jears supplyot the staple larger 11, .,, it m erst, w is hut'titiiod lo be. and presumably ii.ih was the d. tuessl .g liilluem at wotk. Yester- Oay's telei;r aim u'ported a healthier tune pervading ii, in nk, is. Snois In I.Kernool were uncbanxeu. but luttnes w in l-UtrrUI mglier. In New York, sp -ts were iiut m lorm-r utftir,'. anu luiurvs ) w 1. iM.mis biiu-r. New o.Ii'miis inlvam-ed tHa Our ,.i .rui oi.eiieif stea''i. ivliu KieMl demand, and con- in line same tin .'lutinut theday. At th close. i,,.v.. vr. Im-t jrs were asking III-. In r, thouKb no ir : i.-tloiiM o eurreil at benei figure.. 8 ilea were 1.,,, 1,11.1 nr ,,1, ,.ili v to exiHirte.1. TheNewYoik l; ,Wlit,.o Weowmlny, teieitts: "Tbouuli dealings .mile. i.i. unlve and llm-i nil Ions rapid In some cas s. ilie general lone at tne close was not such as lo imllc ito that the 'bull.' were liking bold. Kor ttiai 111 uier. It I.K.kut more like a covering 01 non- tiimi nuMliingelse. a (a rtl-'ii of the dig's advance li living bjcu ht lu the nnai aeauugs.- rusf'Tifiiv. Ikm fierlirv Ordl'iarv Sout ooll-inry L'a niltniUui; trihl 11 in Oikul uilililllr.g . . r?IOl4 1? 1014 -rrll in 1 tH 1 9 , triirq tTl28 (?12.H Nomliml. louillM t 1 1 a 1 1 o. 0 128 Middling lair Kair Stilus r?l2H Nominal. 1 Oil .21 14 Vaiket ste idler Bales. Hh5J bales, Including ,'!:Mil I, exiMiiter. MM) to spbiners, and 50 to specu )..,..,. u .-U's mnes. 14 05H bales. Including 10.' 4..0 10 txpoiler.s, U45J to spinners, aud l.0 to sptn'.ulators. COTTON STATEMENT. Sto.-k. Seiitembiir 1, 187U 88 u ,i-ive(l lo-d it 2. itlll UeciilVi.it previously 27(1.581 1 270.144 Shipped to d iy SulppeU prevlouj.ly . 2.4511 .157.501 27H7H0 15 WIO Stock, running account IMP0BT3. 110.770 Thus frfr Ibis week 17.58rt Tims far last week - ol",'.1,? Minis nenlouilar 1 H.I44 v. . . ,..niu.fn Tl M 1H17 BiiHinnmii,i',i.i"' ... - - Mississippi and IViuie K It.. . ... bdn L nilBVl'le. Ni.s'ivide and dreatsoulneru R. B. ii M ampliis and I. tide Itojk K. K ' 1' id.a' iu and lleuiphus l!i M'aoieis :.y, Wa.mu .-in. I othMT sources ov -. . . ...... Total 2.703 KX POUTS. ..,, Tims far this week 1 .1 ..f.J I 1 m.s tar last week 1 '' Since bePluuilM 1 . ll Will Missi.s-slpplnndTennessenR.lt Hn Lo.ilsvine, N isiivUie and tireal Southern K. B. OwS .lUMUICIS UOllll. Total 2,450 The followln x are the Iniest telegrnms of tl do ni(.Mli) muikets, us reported f eslerday W tbe cotton exL'llliii(ei r f j- LuUnt s:.itt of Prtoi TiUr-iiut. Mirkrt. Ute'pt. MUUUiitg. tinlvwUotl Steioy. J.55H 12 New Orleans Sternly. 11,803 12 Mobile Higher. 1,54'J 12M Stva-inan . 0"'e- 1 I2I4 t'liarbston Vmet. l.llhti IJih) wiiliimgioa .... 0 itet. 21H 12'g Norf.la... JileL l.hoH lJH H'.lumore hum. lino la .New Yolk Oil d. l.i 5m I'i H mt HI ... .. ... llet. M47 TJi4 pniiii.i.-lpUia ... toilet it-. 1 la.H Aimusla ..... yujet ,r 1 1 v8 vXbe IiillowiuR are tlie New York spot quotations (uc yeskird.iy; Ordinary, lo) lo-ltle; good ordinary, 11 11-lrtc; low mlddl'ag. 12lo; nilddlliiir. 12Mi!; good middling. 125wc; middling Jalr. 1 .1 .'sc. At 10.30, quiet; 12:15. unlet: 2:1... JUlet: 3u!0. quiet. Sales. 530 bales; contrae'3. 1100 bales; "tm ume'lr'the rutnre market was as follows: At lii-li Arm; 10 50. s'eady: 1 1 :45, barely steady; l-i iii steady; 1 :80. unlet and firm; 2:30, ateaoy; H15. easv. Sales, 140.000 bale. 1 lie following shows tbe closing quotations of futures In the New Yorir market jesierday: Moutlui. I l iitntoy. iiy txj'tre. January 12 rt3rr12 (15 J2.58i?12 80 12.111'? 12 Htl 12 Kit? 12 88 1 3 05 n 1 3 Of J l.'L24f?l3Z5 13.38513 40 13 4HiTl3 50 13 58r? 13 00 17 Kebruary 1 z.n rr iz.rei March 12M?12Hi) Anrll 13 OK.r 13 1 0 May. 13.27r13 28 June i:;.43M3 44 July 13 5)i? 13 54 August.... I3rl4?13(5 September. 13 15 esKed. October 1 2.32? 12 35 November llH2c12 00 Tbe New Orleans market opened Vwadler at 12c, and closed with good demand at 12l .otinlddling; low ordinary. lOOjc; o dlnary. 107c; god ordinary, llxc; low middling. 117H: g iod ml ldiing, 1 iliC Sales. 7x50 bales; receipts, 11,303 bales. Stoua, 314 "41 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday teported cotton quiet and steady; middling uplands, 7d; Orleans, Tied. Salea, 10,000 bales, of which 8i50 bales were American. Heoelpts, 2300 baits, of which 230O were American. Liverpool futuies opened Brm. At 12 : to, January February and February-March, B 31-321; March April. 737 l-32d; April Ma, 7 l-10d; May-June, 7 3 32d. At 1:30. February-March, 7d; March Apill, 7 1 led; aprll May, 7ld; May June, 7 5-32d; June-July, 7 3-llkl; July-August. 714'L At 3 p m., Manchester jams and fabrics firm. At 4 p.m.. Jan uary and January-February. 7d; February-March, 7 l-31d; March-April, 7 8-3 id; April-May, 7 5-32d; May-June, 7 8-lrtd; June-July. 7 7-32d: July-August, 7W34 1. At 5 p.m , Kebruarr-Mircb, 7 1-lrtd; April May, 7ld: lune-July, 7l4?7 7-32d. Futures closed r arely staady. The moveraeuta at the porta were reported as fol lows: Thi Week. Lrut Wee. ThU Wtxk Lia Year. Rec'ta since Friday Exp'tsto i. Britain Kxp'pj toContinent Block - 105.830, 54,853 40.812 1142.808 l:,014i 150.53 i8,875i 84.555 37,280 74.003 4101,5001 812.858 Total receipts at all United States ports 3,87, 488;. same dale 1878, 3.088,818; same data 177, 2.H55.W14. Increase of receipts at United States ports ibis year, 540.872. Total stock at all ports, 042,8118, against 812,858 same time tbe year bo fore; in 1877. 878,728. Tbe following Is tbe New York weekly compara tive cotton .statement: Net receipts at all United States porta 188.0O0 Same wnek last year -15(),01M) Total receipts at ail U. S. ports to date.. 3.f,27.':N) Same dabs last year 3,054,000 Exports from ail V. S. ports lor the week. 08,000 Same week last year 150 000 Total exports from U. S. ports to date. .. 2 800.000 Same date last year 1,807.1X0 Stock at all U. 8. porta H43.0OO Same time last year 813, (mm) Stock at ail Interior towns 21 l.(N)i) Same time last fear 142.000 Stock at Liverpool 47 0. 000 Same time last year 878,ta KJ Stock of American afloat for tit Britain.. 2M 1,01x1 Same time last year.... 252.000 Liverpool weekly statement: Salea for the week, 54.000 t) ilea; American, 42,000 bales; speculators took 4000 bales; exporters look 8000 bales; for warded from ships' sides direct to spinners, IO.O11O bales; actual export, 5000 bales; total receipts, 37.000 bales; American. 28.000 bale"; total spjek. 470.000 bales; American, 843.000 ba!e; amount afloat, 305.000 bales: American. 281,000 bales. UKNEUAIj TltADE. The weather was cool yeal.Prrl ty, btitcjinny and pleasant, and fevorable for the steady, brisk business mat was doing, reed remains very nun; as wa mentioned yestenlay. a flalhoat loaned with corn, bran and oats leaves, log. ther with two other ti ll boat,", for Yazoo river, as tbe demand and prices bere offered no encouragement t inlay. There Is, however, some Inquiry trom the country about corn, which causes expectations of activity springing up soon after Februa. y sets In. A sale or two ol potatoes made out rather a better case for pescbblows. but sound, good sized potatoes were necessary to bring the price reported below. Quotafions IVtote are jar round Ios at the landing cmal'.trturoatiaejxti', arm rwituir neuneraray aije, gtorat9. nttr othrr txxnr outxide. Qf I he txtrt tniufU arid cfuxrge.- up to the time 0 arrival. Jtt tnng antt Hton t alert are at higher ra ten, an they t; elude drayaie, $taraqe and vrvfit of the dealer. FEED. Corn sa'e of 130 sacks at 50f: la store, Stli? 57c a bushel. Oil-last sales at 411 1 for aI.mIau. In linn r.'l.lCCi, I'm ,..,n,a 111'). In Store, 75orSOo. 'corn Aran SI I 50 a ton. Hay quotes at vt lor prima, uO ior uuiotnj; tu store, ?1 10(71 25. ! LOU it u Mb l. r towr s"iernne, go; extra. 5t?5 25; double extra. S5 50ii.5 7 ; treble extra, 5 75o8 50: family, Sili?H 50: choice. t 75i7: fancr. S7rf 7 fit). Vorrmml -fair. ! 31): choice. S2 42l; dray-load lots at I hi null. 2 45; sale of 11MI barrels at tne landing at I-J 42V3. V KtiE TABLES. fiittiL' eale on landlnsrof 200 bsrreia at 80, and a flalboat load of 800 barrels at 81 3J; In store, Jfl 50. Unit p'!atorx, in store russets, S2a barrel: early rose, - 05. peerless. $2 25; Michigan, 82 50; New fork eany rose, il 75ii"3. tlrreel jMlatoen, 82 a oat ret. Oninnx, 84 60r?5 a barrel la store. onions -tops, 84 50(75 a bushel; bottoms, tfikrri 50 bushel. TurruiiK. i.cal a barrel. While Dean 82r?2 25. A"r.ru bair-barrels, 83 75i?4; barrels, 8iu8. ViUtOate-Loulslaia, .82 lou-i. Larly petit, S2(?2 50 per bushel rttuiis aau muis.-Aviiiex. sa iaii 4 50 abar- rel. Vraribtrria, SV a barrel: balf bairels, 84 75. Oranoet, 88a 7 50 per barrel. Lmorut, 85 per box Jiatiniut -Old, 82: new, 88 per box. F g. 15c per lb. Date. 10c per lb. Peanut Red. rihii 8c; Vliglnla. 7u 1 er lb. Almoruti.22e per lb. Fecaim, lUdlnu, according 10 size, jirtut.. jsuix, 10 per lb. FUtrert, 15c per lb. Walnut, lHper lb Cocoa nrU. 85 50 per KKK Dried Andes. UrTWte a riiind. Dried peaches, Wt2 10c a pound. Bananis, I iJH a bunch. KiiUS AND BUTTER. Eaas, 12r7UH)C per dozen. BiUter- good. 13 15 ; country,' lor220c; choice, 2'-?rr25c: creameiy, 85c ruuLisi.- vhieKen.1, a no it 3 50. uncles. $3t?3 25. Geene, 4 5035 per doi.en. Turkeys choice, 80fM iper duzen : dressed, laca poind. KtthSIl UKAT.MC. Heer- Kreuuarters. at2 3e: hindquarters, 4i Oo M'ltton. by Ibd carcass, UK's 65c. Hoys city dres-ed. SMaittte; countrr, 5c fuf's-feet-Vema. SI 00(22; balf-oarrels, 84 25; barrels. S7 75i?8. M irtce ninit. 10c a pound Udu PKUUUCB fork UBiuaiiti uood: clear sides. loose, 7Uo. clear rib, loose,7c; sliouhlers, lwse. 4-'C. Sugar cured hums- packed, Hl-jriuSic. .Ucvs pork, 814 50. irtrd-st.-ady; tleice, 8l4C; half-bar- re:a. 8itir8(c; kegs, s-aoc; paus no-ui. wc; 1U in. ItiTO. tiKOCEKIUa Coffee. 14l(7;15c for ordinary, lfic for lair, 17(317lfec for good fair, lHV-j'ilHWJ for choice. Tea Imperial, b5i?85c Kioe Louisiana, 714c; Carolina, bVa-7 Hi ii-er tlray load, from st're, 81 U5 per barrel; coarse, per sack, 81 406) f ml; una, fci in. 6uiar Louisiana open aeitie, 74?rtlaj; yellow clatitled. P2 11140; white clarliled, Hsi(?10c; cut loaf, 11 14 1? 111,3c; eranulateil, 1 Id) III4C; powdered, 11311140. MoUmxes New Louis iana, prime, U8u?40c; choice, 48(2 47c; syrups nom inal. MISCELLANEOUS Hoimnv. SCI Bo a barrel. Buckwheat flour, 88 a barrel. Apple butler, 10c per pound. Poca butler, 12c perpojud. vwib, 81 CO per dozen. Oysters, 83r?4 50 per dozeu. Cidei western, 87; Shaker, 810 50 a brl. -Uiuviroiii im ported, $4 a box; American. 103 a lb. Garlic Spanish, 75cr28l a string. Kraut, 87 a barrel. HinlC4 l.Kirniik TtTC, Oak nl. !lrt41e? hemlock. 28232c per lb; barnes, 8ti240c; skirt ing. 38240c; French calf, 8402(i) per dozen: do mestic calf, 880(245 Per dozen. Hides Dry Bint, 20c: dry salt, 15t21tjc: green, 7(2SC; green salt. OVa (210c SherpAiH, C0cul 50. Juilots, odolac lieetrax. 20c BAUOINU AND TIES. is-raaiM nax. loc: lute. 2 lbs., lldllWc Ties, 82 50 per bundle. Irvine, I'ia per 10. LIME AND CEMENT. Ltme, 81 10 a barrel; Louisville cerntnl. 81 76 a bi rrel: Kosedale cement, 82 a barrel. UAiiiii ai ittitAr. utiiiis uorn-iea natives, choice, lOOOto 110.) lbs, 8425(7450; natives, good, 850 to 1000 lbs. 8875(24; natives, medium. Hi 10 to 12DO lbs. sr3 50: Texas, cnoicn. noo to 1100 lbs. S I 754; Texas, medium. 800 to 1000 lbs. 83 25 r?3 50: native oxen, smooth, 1000 o 1400 lbs, 83 50(73 75; native oxe i, rough, 1000 to 1200 lbs, 82 50(23; common aud medium, mixed, all weights, 82 25(23: Inferior and scalawags. 81 50(?1 75: calves and yearlings, per bead, 84(28; cows and calves, 8150130. Hogs best butcners' selections, 180 to 200 lbs, 84 25(f 4 50; good to choice- heavy, 84(24 25; common, rough and light. 23 50(23 75. Hheep choice mutton grade., 1 0 to 110 lbs, 84 50 an; meuium, so ui do ips, $i oua4; cuiumuu, per bead,815U(i2. BX TELEQRAFBA 1.0UISVILLK. January 'il, -Flour duil. Wheat dull, 81 25r?l 28. Corn steady; white. 40c-, mixed, 4:10. Oats dull; white. 41c; mixed. 4 K". Hie quiet.SMc Hay Bloady. 818(MX. Pork quiet, S13 50. Lard tlnu ; choice lear, tierce. 8V3C; choice leaf, keg, 0c Bulk meals sUiady. 4(S,iiiji. Bacon quiet; shoulders, none; clear rib, 7an!; clear, 7!sa. Sugar-cured bams, Oli IOV3C Whisky firm, 81 07. NEW YORK, January 23. Flour dull and In buy ers' favor; superfine western and Stare, 84 7i (2 5 15. Wheat heavy; ungraded red. SI 4071 42. Kye quiet; No. 2 western, HOtira. ' C ifTee dull aud lower; Rio cargoes, 14(218140; Job lots. 14L718c, Sugar dull snd nominal; lair to i:ood refining. 7 o2 He Molasies quiet but ttrru; New OrlAans, H8(75oc. Itlce demand fair and market firm. Fork nominal ly unchanged: mess. 813 50(2 12 (15. Lard steady; prime steam, 80. Whisky nominal at SI 15. CINCINNATI, January 23 F'iour dull and tend ing downwaid: ram ly, SiW28 25; fancy. Srt 75. Wheat weak. 81 81) Corn firmer, 43o Oats steady, 40c K)e dull and lower, 87tsi Barley qulei. 8sc Poik dull, 813(713 25. Lard dull and nominal, 7.40c. Bulk nieaiB Brm; shoulders, 4e; clear rib, tl 803; clear, 0.7oo Bacon llir.i; sboulileis, 514c; clear rib, 7'tc; clear, ?r(s. Green meats Oi 111: shoulders. 4ic; sides, 8L4C Hams, 18-pound average, 7:1s'i WbUky vctive and firm, 81 07. Butter quiet; cholc western mseive. 23a; cliolce central Ohio, 18t220c; prime central Ohio, 18c. HT. l.OI'IS. January 23. Flour easier: double extra, 80 35(5 50; treble extra, 05 70i 5 85; ranil- ly. 85 WOirn no; cuoice to lancy. siurn 40. wneai otieued with a sharp decline, and luen partially re covers); No. 2 red. 81 21 M cash, 81 221S'? I 22 February, 81 28a. 1 244(71 25l-j Marcti, 1 27Mi. 1 28t3 i'1 274 April. 81 20(1 1 2HPs Msy; Nj. 3 red. 81 17Pj bid. Corn lower; 3."il,235it.c cash, 35ta'7 35iM0 February, 88-140. 38l4a.3o,ac March, )t7.73I iiii Anrll. :i:Usr7:tliijO M.y. oats lower: 3710 cash, BSlsO May. Rye dull, 71c bid. Whisky quiel. 91 UI. ruiftuuiijjuvuiuii m fi'inig iuvikiu. Kill Keliruarv. Drr salt meats unlet: 4. In. 4 20. 8 50, 0.80, 8 85(78.75:). Bacon (iitet;clear rib, 738'i clear, 7.60oT7.b(c Lara nominal. CHICAHO. January 23. Flour steady; western springs, 5 75(28; Minnesota. Jiri 75fti 25 winter wueai, Oil lit, mn riii.-i c.i:( oo, bhitiiuiw, S4 s,?5: natents. 88i28 50. Wheat active, lirm aud higher, but unsettled; 81 17ls easb, SI 18 January, SI lsaa February, 81 lt"4 Mar,-h; No. 3 spHoa Chicago. 81 2."ts; rejected, . Corn active, tlnu and higher, but tins-tiled; 87l4T37s3 cash, 87njie bid February, 37io March, 42Mn la; re Jec ed. 1)4140. Oats unsettle,!, but generally lower; i'n-nuh 33a February. 37UC May. Rve steady. 74r27rtc Barley Oirner. 78c. Poik unsettled aud lower; 813 75 cash, 812 77Pji 1-3 80 February, H'UMiTia i5 March. Laid dull, weak and i,,wer- 7 45o cash. 71mc February, 7 80ir isc March Bulk nieais steady, 4 80, 8.75(20 hoc Whisky steady, 81 OH. , 1 '2, Wheat unsfttled, bit generally lower; 81 175h February. 81 1 S.'m March . Oats steady anu unchanged. Provisions nruiei, but not quotably higher. NEW OBLEAN8, January 28. Flour-quiet and weak; suiiertlne, 84 50(25; double extra. 85 50 r - - . 1 1 . -,...... o .1 . .1 - 1 .. , o, 111-uip nun, ci l,i((o, "'S , tti 3. Corn Arm. r,.ri.(f,7iv Oals active and firm. 62(2 53c. Comment strong, held at ;! 25 Hiy timet but firm; prime, 823rf24; cbulce.SJ8i727. Poik scarce ana lirm: old. 813 25(13 51): new, 818 50(213 75. Lard stead); tierce, 8i7 KU': keg. 8W- Bulk meats nteulr. with a fair di mand; shoulders, loose. 84 40(74 5ii; pncseu, 4 rnnr-i njia; clear rib, Sil 75(8 8ila; clear, 87 12W(?7 25. Bacon demand tnlr and market lirra: suoulders, 5lac; 0iear ti, 7:J4,77rnp; clear. S'fSmo. Sngar-cuitst bauis-demand good end market tending upward; canvased. iu,( lotv.i. Whi.kv steady: western rec;lileit. Si ii.,ti id. CoBee dull, weak and lower; Kio. cargoes, onltnary to prime, 18ls(7l7e. Sugar In g"ol ceina..d at full prices; Ulterior, 5Mjc; common, tllrT7tvc: fair to fully fair, 7U(2lo: prime to choice, 7.Vsd8c; fellow clarlOeu, M-!i(78"tC Molasses-demaml good and market tending upward; commou, 8oi2 3lc:falr. 84i7a5c: centntugal, 30i240c; prime to strictly prime, 41r24oc; no cuoicr utre. mm m good demand at lull prices, 88(2 44C IMIY tiOUDS. IBT TBLEGK IFH. NEW TORK, January i3. Tbe market for cotton goods wasquiie active and veiy tiim. with a Mean? rislt g leudeucy. Biown and bleached goods were In demand, and si ring styles of prints, ginghams, dress f oode, etc., are selling very Ireely. Wuoien goods lu air request and firm. Kentucky Jeans lather more aellve. TOLL-BATE No. 2,1! BJHl.budsuuup(ur patke. It.K.i.adUI.1IioTaIX. K1VKK NKWS. KiTorx sail .Veather. Thfi lollowina; ottiiial taole ivea particu lars concerning the condition of rivers and weather at .nil Important points: OFFICII SldNAL Sbbvicii U. 8. a. I Mkmphls J inuary 23, 1880. Above low Changer. water. 8TATIONH. Blse I Fall Feet. Inches inches inches tairo ClncUin.V.l Davenport Dubuque. Helena, Ark. Keokuk Leavenworth Little Hock Louisville. Hera uhls Nashville New Orleans. Pittsburg aiirevaport... St. Louis. Vlcksbury .10 23 a 6 ... 3 l6' K 12 4 0 3 10 80 9 10 " 5 10 10 "s" 1 2 X 11 4 13 '81 METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Bar, Ther Wind. yJJJ Weather. 7)0 a.m. 30.01 85 W. Clear. 4:00 p.m. 30 01 45 8.W. Char. :QO p.m. 30.08 42 B.K. Clear. "laximum tnermometer. 47 dee. tinronni rhermomerer. 84 deg. D. T. FLANNERY, Corp. Signal Corps, U. 8. A. itr Telegrapk. NASHVILLE, January 23. River stationary, with 7 feet on the shoals. PITTSBURG, January 28 River 9 feet and sta tionary. Weather clear and cool. CINCINNATI. January 23. River 28 feet and about stationary. Weather cloudy and cold. Arrived-. Cons Millar, Memphis, last night. NEW ORLEANS, January 23. Weather clear; thermometer, 52 deg. Arrived: Centennial, St. Louis. Departed : H. C. Yeager, St. Louts. EVANS VI LLE, January 23. River falling, with 24 feet 8 Inches by the gauge. Weather clear and cool; mercury, 43 deg. Up: Andy Baum, 7:45 p.m. VICKSBUHG, January 23. Weather clear and cool; thermometer, 62 deg. River risen 3 Inches. Up: Coahoma, noon. Down: Golden City, last night. Arrived: Grand Tower, 1 a m. ST. LOUIS, January 28. River fell 2 Inches, wllh 11 feet by tbe gauge Weatner clear and waini. Arrived: ste, tieuevleve, Memphis; Gtiraoie and barges, New Orleans; City or tire nville. Vicksburg. Departed: Ste, Genevieve, Memphis. LOUISVILLB, January 23. River stationary, with 10 feet 8 Inches In tbe canal and 8 feet 8 Inches on tbe falls. Weather cloudy and cool. Arrivals and departures: Vligle Lee, Cincinnati to Memphis; Mary Houston, Cincinnati to New Orleans; Robert Mitchell, New Orleans to Cincinnati. CAIRO, January 23 Noon. Arrived: Blgtey, St Louis, 4 a.m. ; Sharp M'Donaid, New Orleans. De parted: Belle Memphis, Memphis .0 p.m. Weather clear and pleasant Night River 31 feet 8 Inches, and falling Weather clear; thermometer, 44 deg. At rived: Coal city, New Orleans, 4 p.m. ; James Howard, SL Louis, 4 p.m ; Gold Dutt, SL Louls.Sp.m. Departea: Sharp M'Donaid, Ohio rtver, 1 p.m.; J. W. Garrett, Hem Orleans, 7 p.m.; Coal Cliy, Plllsburg, 7 p m. Bsvcaieats ait tbe Levee. ' ARRIVALS. SfcS- Golden Rule and Cherokee, New Orleans; D. H. Rucker and City of Helena, Sr. Louis; J. B. Maude, Vicksburg; R. R. Springer, Cincinnati; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Silverthorn, Fulton; Mark Twain, Dyersburg; Shields, Commerce. DEPARTURES. City of Helena, Vicksburg; B, R. Springe and Mol Ile Moore. New Orlears; D. H. Rucker, Arkansas river: Gclden Rule, Vint Shtnkle and Cherokee, Cla clnnnatl; Osceola Belle, Osceola; Shields, Com merce; Jamts Lee, Friars Point. IN PORT. Matk Twain, Josie Hany. BOATS DUE. Dorm Belle Memphis. Up -Katie Hooper, Shields. BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. aDYKBSBUBO Mark Twain, W. P. Hall master, 10 a.m. St. Locia Belle Memphis, John C. Crane master, 6 p.m. Council Benii Shields, Wm. J. As Word master, 6 p.m. White Rivkb Josie Harry, Milt B, Harry masters 6 p.m. Hales Point SUverthorn, Henry .Cooper mas ter, 6 p.m. Arkansas River Katie Hooper, Ed Nowland master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Cliy of Helena 7 bales cotton, 80 pkgsegg. Cbeiokee 27 bris molasses, 18 pkxs sunuries. General D. H. Rucker 470 brl flour, 520 sacks corn. Sllverthorn 23 bales cotton, 9r) sacks cotton-seed, BOO staves. Johu B. Maude-30 bales cotton, 87 bales mo lasses, lot sundries. Murk Twain 04 bales cotton, 1200 sacks cotton seed, 4 ha cattle, lot sundries. Shields 48 biles cotton, 5 bags seed-cotton, 270 sacks cotton-seed, lotsundrt.s. R. R Springer 17 brls whisky, 10 tierces hams, 60 boxes starch, 2 buggies, 25 tons mdae. Osceola Belle 76 ibaies cotton, 31 bags seed cot ton, 73 sacks cotton-seed, 1 steer, lot sundries. Aievee lai-Krulre. Business brisk. Weather clear and pleasant. The Harry Brown, wllh a ton of coal, passed down yesterday. The Cuailes Morgan is due dowj, en route to New Orleans, to-morrow. The Port E-iiis and barges passed up yesterday morning for St Louis. ' The Shields gees through to Council Bend this evening al the usual hour. Captain W. P. Hall, of tbe Mark Twain, has recov ered I rum bis recent lllntss. 1 he Iron Mountain an barges pissed down yes terday iiuirnlng fur New Orleans. The Cherokee passed up yesterday morning for tbe Ohio river with 800 tons freight. The S.lvedhoru, Captain Cooper, Is the packet this evening tor Hales Point. Neil Booker ta her clerk The City of Helena passed down yesterday morn ing fur Vic-ebuig. She added 30 tons way freight here. The Mollis Moore departed last night for New Or leans, after adding bere 100 bales cotton and 900 barrels oil. The Belle Memphis. Captain John C. Crane, Is the Anchor liner this evening al live o'clock far Caiio and St. Louis The Mark Twain. Capta'n W. P. Hall, Is the packet this morning at ten o'clock lor Dyersburg and all way landings. The General D. H. Rucker passed down yesterday, en route to Arkansas river. She put off here 1000 packages of freight. The John B. Maude passed up last evanlng for St. Louts Hie added here 530 bales eastern-bound cot ton and 25 passengers. Tbe Golden Rule passed np early yesterday morn ing for Cincinnati, live days and a half out from New Orleans to this place, with 1000 tons freight and fifty passengers. Pilot Henry Wilbur, of the James Lee, rays the way to ruo the gove,nm-nt light at Leading's held, below St. Francis island. Is stern on tbe point half a mile above the light. The Vint Shlckle departed yes'erday evening for Cincinnati wllh 700 bales cotton, 200 barrels oil, 10.000 feet walnut lumber, a big lot of sundries and a lair trip of passengers. Tbe Katie Hooper, Captain Ed Nowland, will be iouna in port mis morning, and will leave this even ing at five o'clock tor all points on Arkansas river. Jimmy Thompson Is in tbe office The good ton. boat Pierrepont will arrive Tuesday next with a tow of rait for this city and Helena, and wants a tow tor New Orleans. For particulars, see Captain J. C. Gates, No. 238 Front street. The Josie Harry, Captain Milt U. Harry on tbe roor, is the regular packet this evening at live o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Jack son port. Walker Outlaw has charge of her ofllee. The R. R Springer passed down yesterday evening for New Orleans with a good trip. She added 18 bead slock below Cairo, aud herd 400 barrels, a big lot sundries, 1 1 bead cattie, and several passengers. Receipts by river yesterday: 278 bales cotton, 38 bugs seed-coli on, 1830 sacks oot ton-seed. Scientists may Differ About tbe pathology of rheumatism. 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O N and after this date, the price of Powder will oe as louows: Kegs, 88 25; One-half keg, 83 37; One quarter kegs, 81 82; Blasting, S3 60 per keg. J. T JEFFER30N. Agent Dupont Pi.wder Co. JOHN K. SPEED CO., Agent Lulling & Rand Powder Co. Memphis. January 1. IXKrt. neset Eourbo flEDSTEHEDj' HARD IRON, CASTING?, CUTLERY Steam Engines, Boilers, Ironpipe and Machinery Fixtures, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEPOT ISeltins, Hose and I'acUins, Cotton Glna, .Presses, Faneht-leering JKugines. wrist Mills. Sole Agents in Memphis for 15. F. AVERT & SONS' TLOWS. EwOur stock la now fresh and complete, and being facturers, uraers UTos. SlO-312 PSnNT T. LOUIS AID CHICAGO, LARD Mid LARD OIL! (V We would call the attention or tbe tiade Kent-rally to our well-known brand of Lard and Ltrd Oil. Some nniM-rnpnlonn manufacturers, unable to compete ralrlywitb us, are placing upon tlie market Lard packed hon wia-t. both Tjerees and HarkeM. We especially call tbe a1 tentionof rtnMimrra to the 'love facts. ul'K Lard Is always Fl'liL WKIIiMT. We ask hat we be sustained In our efforts to keep Lowest goods In the market Let frttad be stamped out. K. K. K IRK4KH A '. B 811 Manufacturers of every description of Circular, Mill, and Crosn-Cut Saws Wholesale Dealers in Rubber and Leather Belting, Files, Kmery W'beels, mandrels, Cant Hooks, Saw (Summers, ITpMetn, and all Maw and Pianino1 Mill Hunnllps; Sole Manufacturers of Z.ock wood's Patent Slotted Circular Saw. ETEIt Y HAW WARRANTED. Careful attention to repair work. Our New Illustrated Catalogue mailed free on. application. WHOLESALE Mi Fiiiisliii Goofe Southeast Cor. Fifth tSEnconraged bj tlie success achleTeil haye rented the largo and spacious storerooms on Southeast Corner Fifth and St. Charles Streets, former occupied by Dodd, Brown & Co., where we shall have In creased facilities to exhibit one of the most complete stocks of Dry Good, ftotions and Fnrnisiiin? Goods in the city. tST Anticipating tbe advance In goods, we haie wade our purchases early, and are thus enabled to compete with the lowest market prices In the country. Our friends may be assured that their orders will be filled satisfactorily. OUK MEMPHIS HOUSE will also oft?r, as heretofore, all facilities to our generous friends. 2EL H 317 21: 2121 & CO; FADER. HENRY FRANK. FADER, FRANK & Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 294 Front street, Memnhis, Tenia. Grand Carnival PROCESSION -AND- Masperafle Ball AT TU K EXPOSITION HALL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1880 Under the Direction of the KomicKtewofKonjus To his ffluch. Plunk-etted and. Quaran tined Snbieeta ROM CIS eenda reet ln t Ton are hereby Invited-together with our Sisters, your Cousins and your Aunts to attend the Grand Mardi Ores Carnival, on Tuesday, February 10th, when high revel will be held In honor of our recep tion. Kedueerl Bates on Hallroads and Bteamboata will permit all loyal subjects of mirth and revelry to attend our Royal Ball. Wood order and decorum Is assured. TICKETS .'..OMK IML,L,4K W E are now receiving by rail and steamers un usually large puicnasei or me rouowing KTAPL1S AND APSLK UKUtJlSKlfca Ocean Foam, Plant's Extra and Ahland Flour. Pearl Meal, Hominy, Writs and Ontmeal. Buckwheat, Graham f lour and Cracked Wheat Teas, CoBee, Sugars, Molasses and byrups Butter, Cneese. Hams, Lard and B icon. A full line of Plain and Fancy Crackers. Preserves, Jellies. Fruit Butter,5 lb aud 1 0 lb pulls Cbnw-Cbow and Mixed Flckles, by tbe gallon. Canned Peaches, Tometoes, Corn, Pears, Gages. Apples. Oranges, Cocoanuts and Malna Grapes, haislns. Currants, Citron. Dates, Figs and Nuts. A full line of Spices and Flavoring Extracts. Ho. 318 Main Wtreet. MEW GOODS! n Tonic An elegant combination of Uoneset and oilier line tonics, with a riue old Kentaeby Whisky . From our large stc-Jt of pure wbl&kles, we select the batt fcr this purpose. Oar Tunic mast be fine or nothlos. We have no use for false pretenses. ForDjs 1 epsla, Mtltirla, Debility, the Feebleness of Delicate Women, the Fros tratlon of Oveiworked Clergymen, the morbid tecretlons which causa Bad Breath, acd all Bronchial Weakness, it Is adellclous and reliable remedy. CHiSBEBIs A BKUffX, Louisville, Ky. T. 3". HXTS23"S2" cfcs OO., WO(IL1'4LE A K!fT . . .TTTTT. 7 KM i II 1 55 GUNS, added to dally by new goods direct from the manu promptly nuea. STJKEET, Ml 0 AND CO Curtis to 819 N. Second St., St. Louis, Mo. and St, Charles streets In St. Lonia daring tbe past season, tre JOS. J. SUGARMAN CHICKASAW G3,:ifG CO. Nos. 81 to 87 Madison St., ABE prepared to handle cotton with machinery of tbe most approved character, comprising tbe best t'le.sers, frnlera, au4 tbe aaoat t'ompletn Hnller hiDK and Coadr.Her Ilbowd. Prices will be as low as those of any first-class gin In Memphis. No charges for drayage from tbe river to tbe gins, or delivery to the mer chants to wbom consigned. All cotton sblpprd di rect to us fully insured In our open policy. Sacks sent free of cbarge, on tbe shortest notice, eive us a trial. We refer, by permission, to the following responsible and well known Arms: Kill, Fontaine Co. Fursieohelm A Wellford. Prooks. Neeiy 4 Co. A.B. A C. Tread well A Co. Eerron. Haines Co. J. J. Bu-by 4 Co. Jon?, Brown ft Co. M L. Meacham Co. 3. T, Fargason & Co. Sboemnker, JopHn 4 Co. Porter, Taylor Co. stes. Doan Co. Tnjlor. Arnold A Co. Hadden Karrlnirtnn. Fader, F.-nnk 4 Cn. Stewart, liwynne a. Co. OTTO SCHWILL&Co OFFEB AT LOWEST PRICES New Crop Grass Seeds ONION-SET3. WHEAT. BYE, AND BUIST'3 PREMIUM GARDEN SEEDS! Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Asparagus and Rliubarb Roots, Slrawberry Plants, etc Also, Wrapping Paper, Paper-Bags and Twines. 223 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. - ?yA 0""r and '"T'"' nn to wFnuH-s, contain i nc C hapten on A Competent Woanan hood. SrlertioD of wife. Evidence- of Vitrin- itr, Terfipenmenta, btenlitT, Advtc lo Brtdo- rnm. iu.i.ud. Ar W if. Pmaiiuuno. it nua, Cf4iharr A Matriaioarf WBar.a. Cojuca1 It'. CiriJ. Cnnraftt. Lm aad Coarwra. Iswdma4 Mar. nag. . .-.r.r Uyr M u. --. L,f. .,4. L. of W.rr.kg. Ii Lg K.gt.U oi M.n -! U n(n.. l -aj -f Walnn. ,k.,r nMS -mr. Mc. It it Also a ' Private Uedical Adviser disease re. uttiDf from impure aeiua) auociatiooi. and on trlf-abute the mm kaLM of uth -and m -ff-ct oa arW 1J--. Mwa Nlghtry tow Lam of Vipn, aa BBah.tiB mmin innpmr em anhappt. r-.m im)b.m aa4 Buy vtlual,! rria. A Wk lr pri.il aad rsaxdaria rudtu ll-l me dah afcaali W witiAirt. a igt.ffaoa nn tKM ubrt caawa a frwl .11 rf nauivry. It onataiaa ana. h that hum m n oS.r rmrk. aud aaa 6W' phm, Wixk arm 10U Plata Baeraaiu MdWautcuta. r)BMal-dr!. (Dr. But La iirrita all pawn. ulTeriiw fraaa I'PTL'HR to ataal kiaa tWir aaatV aad arlrlraa.. and aainiai taaaa lAtml thaf a.ll Ian ulaiai, tWiT adraaua. 1 D B. Vu f T S"i) I S P tits H R T , . 1 t. mh St.. si. A SEW No. 31 Mosler, Bahmann & Co.'s Safe, 55 INCHES HIGH, CHEAP FOR CASH APPLY AT TRIM OFFICE. PKKSCRlPTIOJtf FKKJK. TTXIR THE SPEEDY CUBE of Seminal Weakness, J? Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has the Ingre dient. DR. JAJU9 CO., 1tfi ar-t Hlrih tr. nnflnna PRESCRIPTION FREE For tbe speedy Cure of Seminal Weakness, Lost Manhood, Premature Jbility, Kervouaness, Despondency. Confusion of Trlcas, Aversion to Socie ty, Defective Memory, and ail Disorders Brought on by Secret Habi's and Excesses. Any druggist has thm Ingredients. AdAr, pp. JAQUES & CO., 130 West 8fxtb Strwet. CINCINNATI. OHIO. 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, has a laren stock of i M VIXTFRRH, Gas, Steam and Water-fittings and Fixtures, Pumps, Hose, Bdtbtubs, etc. Has a large force of compe tent workmen All work warranted. Agent for the Hatladay WIND-MILLS. Orders solicited. BROWNE, THE PLUMBER, 40 Madison Street. Exclusive Memphis Aceney. R. G. CRAIG &. CO. CiEXl?I5IE EXTBA EABIiY Orchard. Sterd. Timothy, Clover BRIKLICY HTF.KL Together with a large stock of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ind Grass and Garden Seeds, . at the large and corn m odious store, SOI Slain Street. lit. tf. 51A-G & CO. Vrrr nn-r caflA rjf S 8 K & IS i-c;i:-3r. or Ulcerated lS'e&avuc. s iiumaMliata casi-H of onjc utand- i in . - ':.-.nn!inars' t-a in J 'l;:vs. VI aMtK fV-ld byU dr-i'ifrri -T. 1- Mn.Lrn,W.I., 4li prm e St., Pliila., Pa., iSole i. Ad'.'ice tn-a in ail rtiea. or wnie. N i:Vrr r fin bultlo i y7w printed in A 'hu.tUtiuhiu, l.U, OicroJtm, ttim others jfenviM AND CHAMPION ASD HTIiLlEBS FOB SALS AT F itOIURT A CO.'S, 3fi6 Front, Memphis. For Sale. Farm in Aorth Alabama. I HAVE one of tbe most desirable farms in North Alab .ma. col talnlne ft50 acres, which I will sell In a body, or In two tracts of nemly equal size, it adluins Tuscumbla on the nortbwest. boring Creek runs through It, and It lit s along tbe Tennessee river for nearly a mile. There Is a hue Steamboat Land ing on it. wltb a good Warehouse. While specially adapted to cotton, tne land produces all kinds of grain and grasses remarkably well. Never-failing springs and an abundance or timber and firewood on H, and Is nne of tbe most healthful localities In North Alabama. Only ottered to mite money for a speclHl purpose, and a great bargain may be had by a cash buyer wunin cue uexi luiriy uats. A. EL KKLLKR. DISSOLUTION'. milH cartnershlo hfrftofore f xlstlne between J. J W. Ltmlse, and J. W. Good ar. under the style and firm nama ft Llndsey. boodbar E Co., is this day dissolved, o, w, Linus y iettrin". J. W. LIND9ET. January 8. 1SS0. J. W. GOODBAK. Mr-Having this day purchased the entire interest of J W. Llndsey In tbe business o: Llndsey, Hood bar ft Co . we assume all liabilities and are alone rutborlzed to settle the old bunlness of said firm. We will continue the Wholesale Hat Business at the old stand, H2;i tlalu street, and will have an entire new an4 complete stoe'e of Spring Goods, to wblch we invite tne attention of our former pntrons and tbe tra'te generally. j. w. uuuduak w. ARE YOUJjSURED? . 15. WELLFORD &Co General Insurance Agents, No. 5 iadiOii Htreet, Memphis TTTBST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRESENT KD J? Losses promptly settled. Olnhoaea and i:i.ntrv at..e. Hpectauieii. .X.KAWJLilGS & Co Cotton Factors Aud Commission TIerchants, S32 FRONT STREET, l'p-talrs Ilemphla, Tenaeaa mmm lripr.r"vi I'AI Ti( . VACCABO. B. VACCAKO. A. B. Titi'At O. A. VACOABO & CO., IMPORTERS AXE DEALERS IH WINES. LIQUO SCH00LFIELD.HAWA1JER&CB WHOIaESAXE Grocers and Cotton Factors 256 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. tW OUR COTTON WAREHOUSE IS 0W OPEN, and wo solicit consignment from our friends and customers, and will make liberal adrances on all shipments TfE ARE SOW BECElVlXa An Entirely Jiew and Fresli Stock of Goodg, and will wait an our friends as asnal. L EBQYD&SOI COTTON FACTORS, Qfp. 336 l?ront street, Z. M. EtiTKH. late Kates. FUer . Co, I JAM. H. HOAX, Sleaspkla. Teaa. BSTES, BOAM CO Haereaaora ta Eatea, Fixer dt Co.l Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission merchants, at Nos. 11 and 13 Union Street, Memphis. MANUFACTURERS QF CIGARS AND WHOLESALE .DEALKBS IN Tobacco. Pipes and .Smoker's Articles. 286 Main street, Memphisand Bee pect fully Inform their friends and the trade that stork of aoods In the market. PBr-Ordrs W B. MAUOBT, I Late of Harris, Mallory A Co. PJIALLQRY, CRAWFORD & GO (SUCCESSORS TO W. & HALLOBT CO.) Wholesale 6rocers,Gotton Factors AND COMMISSION MEKCOAISTS, IPront Street, Mom 3 It, 1 is, onn. We are prepared to make L.iberal Advancet on consignments of Cotton, which will be handled for the best interest of the shi ppers. C. P. HUN WIIOliESAB.K GROCERS & COT 306 FRONT STREET, Mosbv &s Hunt Block, . TO THE TRADE : rg HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK Of GBOCERIE.S W Provlslona, Baling etnSs, IronHles, Whiskies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Case-goods, etc., etc At present our stock embraces : 009 pieces Bagging- Jute. 2000 bdls. Iron-Ties rarions patterns. 2000 barrels Flour, 100,000 lbs. Meat Clear and Eib Sides, 100 hbds. Sugar all styles and grades, 100 barrels New York Refined and Hard Sugars, And all other articles pertaining to our line. To our ttood Luck" and ' Urand Central" Flours, we invite exclusively far our use and trade, and are handled by no other firm In any market. Oar W blakie come from the beet distilleries of Ohio. Middle Tennessee and the "Blue-grass Region," ana may at all times be relied on to equal representation. i,ur sitrK or .;iaara is wen aep& up, ana cumpirH. nv. uuij w wo uwiui. an .uc '"" ma ilable and popular domestie brands, but our bouse Is the Wholesale Depot for PARK TILFOBD 3 best and eboloast Imported goods. Dealers particularly are invited to eall and look for themselves. Bought prior to the late advance, and for cash, we are offering our stock "dead low," and claim to be able toeom- rat. with .11 mnrlrAla Bnri a 1 1 MtmiwIttAni A II WA Anlr At IhA hluirl. of t tlH " trade" Is a trial. . ft v . 'n. t n ..I.. r An r. . laim.mtnmnttnii. And snlAndidl llffbte.1. SamDles ars at All times displayed to the best advantage, and sales effected under the personal supervision of the senior member of our arm. WEIGH IS are carefully guarded, and liberal Cash Advan.-es made on all consignments connaed to onr care. BLANK BOOKS! CLAPP & BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS: Blank Book Manufacturers and Job Printers, a IS IVIaixa Stroot, i i 3aIoxia.xl3-l.s. ToxJta. w E would Inform the Trade that our Stock ot Stationery ts tbe largest In ou - city. C. Bm Moore. II100RE, BASSETT & CO. Iloilor lu Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holdings, Lumber, Lath and Shingles, 351-353-359 Second street. : Heninhis. Tenn. RALPH WORMEiiY. COTTON ELIf mm AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 338 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn. t?r"Ilberal3dTancs mad a on all Cotton consigned to n.jg3 AKDB8W 8TEWABT, AHUKkn u.uWIHHK, P. H.HAXLBT, New Orleana. Aleaaphls. Heatphlt STEWART, mmm m eo. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 sail S58 Front St., euipliis, Tenn. AKU StewaEt Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants. Now Orleans. r)iiH'tt"- J. C. NEELY. S. H. BROOKS, MEELY & 00. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants. No. 367 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. RS & GIG. J : : : Memphipi, Tenn 310 East 54th street, New York. they bave on hand tbe largest and best selected soUeltixl. and .atlsfsetlon itnaranleod. ! W. J. VRiWFORD, I Late ot W. B, Galbreath 4 Co. ' : : : Mempliis, Tenn. I 200 lurrel Choice New' Orleans Mo- lasses and hyrups, 1 1000 bags Uio CoOVes, lOOO kegs a alls, 10u0 cases Assorted Canned Uood. 500 packages Tobacco, 100 barrels Whisky, 500.000 Cigars Domestic and Imported, celebrated brands of " Trade-Mark." ' Monogram.' esneclal attention. These brands are manufactured SCBIOOI. BOOKS! TAYLOR, Blank rnt wphool nok, and Office and Fancy tyPROMPT ATTKWTIQN to tmnfif. . T. Basnet t. Ai.'itit A. JrOOnMAN. r FACTORS BROOKS. II. M. NEELY. T I CO. tm FACTORS HLIIIlJIii IH8PKNSAKV. Dr. D. S. Johnson' PBIVATK Medical Dispensary- Ko. 17 JEFFEK80N STREET, Betwaea Malai mm A Frawt. Heaapiia. I jjjTaai.isHKo ui inu.j B. JOHNSON Is acknowledged try all partus Ti terwted as by far the most successful physleicn in toe treatment oi private or secrec utseasea. ytil , tnorough and irmanent enree gnaranteed in trmj Civ-e, male or female. Beoent eases of tioaorrbea ami Byphill eurud in a few days, without tbe oa of mercury, eban.ee of diet, or hindrance from boslneiw. Secondary Syphilis, the last vesture eradtoaled will, out the ae ot mercury. Involuntary loss of semen tnpped In a shorttlme. SnfTeren from Impotent f or loss of aexuai towers restored to free vigor In a row weeks. Victims of self-abnse and exoeejivb venery. suffering from spermatorrhea and iota of payslcal and mental power, peedliy and Decors cently cored. Parti cal ar attention paid to the Deaeasea "31 Women, and eurea guaranteed. Throat and Long Diseases cored by new remlrfler. Piles and old sores eared without the use of cno. tie or the knife. All consultations strictly eonOdentlaL Medicine, mh! by expreai to all part, ot tbe;eotm try. - Office hours from F8 a.Im. to 9 p. m. Sundays ro m 8 to 5 p. m. THE LIFE AND AO VENTURES OF FRANK AND JESSE JAMES. The most Interesting book ever published. A true account of tbe deeds of the great train robbers. By J. A. DACU3. Ph. D. THE only authentic record of ths daring deeds of the shrewdest and most desperate bandits of modem times. Published brsubsciiptlon. AUENT9 WANTED. Honey can be coined by selling it. For terms and circulars, address the publisher. W. & BRYAN, Ko. B02 N. Fonrth street. 6L Louis. Mo. TRUSTEE'S SALE. TTNIVEB, and by virtus ot a trust deed made the U rllh day of September, 1877, by B. P. Ander son and M i Anderson, his wile, to me, as tiostea. which deed Is duly registered, to secure tw notea ior the sum of SriOO each, made by said B. P. Ander son, datel Memphis, Tenn.. 6th day September. 1K77. ar d psyitble 1st January nd 1st Aoitl arter date to the order of Hltara M. Gae; default having been made In payment c f same, 1 will, being so re quested by said beneficiary, sell to the highest bid der, for rasti, at tbe corner ot Main and Madison streets, Hemphla, Tenn- on the net day r F.hrasry Next, the following .etcrtbed lot of ground In Memphis Tenn., being a part of subdtv.slon No. 2. assigned to W. K. Marsh In tbe partition or a portion oi the estate of his deceased father Wm. Marsh, on Lau derxiale street, m partition herein oxnveyed: Be ginning al tu southeast corner of said suodlvlslon Ni.2. aud at tbe no.t1cH.it corner of a lot now owned by Wm. Fellows; thence northward along tbe west line of Lauderdale street fifty-three feet lo the routb line of a lot .eld on the 4th July, 187H, to said B P. Anderson; thence westward alorg the st uth line of said And ru's let one hundred and sixty-three tot. more or lets, to the southwe-t cor ner of ;-ald ADdw.m's lot; thence northward along ths west line of sild Anderson's lot fifty-three feet ten I' ches to Ihe notth line of said rubdlvisli n No. 2; thence westward aiong tbe rorth ltneot said sub oivls on No. 2 ore hundred ft. more or less, to the no l bwest corner of said subdivision No. 2 ; tbenea southward on the west line of subdivision No. 2 one bundled and lz feet ten Incbe to the southwest corner of subdivision No. 2; thence eastward with tbe south line of said subdivision No. 2 two bun died and sixty-feet, more or less, to the besinnln-. Tbe pioceedsof said sale are to beapp ledto tbe payment of the balance due on said notes and to the parties legally concerned. Tbe title to tbe prop erty is believed to be gjod. but I sell only as trustee , January 10. 1880 W. A. SAGE. Tmslee. r ts. 37 Court te, LOUISVILLE, KY., K r--.i-.TlT cl i'kt'-l Vr.!' oualifirl pliTL;:rj tad th i.- u -rt;i!-l.a hi practice will r-ruve. Cnvoi nil iorins of PRri'.TE. Soi-inaiorrhoa tnu Xnapotenoy. -a t;-t r' ilt t,r self-aim- in youia, Wtwl execs in mm r.f.rirj r th t aurt, ntl pvlui.iK tome f r !:e to'.' lc ,r T.-M--jtr.t, fc --mi nit I F.ctisnos. (oichlmi .ia" f -iii-Ar..-l- l!rua--i. of fcicLt, lc:cciive Urn.:. rby ii- Fuz lnou i-'acc, A versu n t Socicrr oi i u , Corif'Jei -n of I Irfis of Cexoal Power, lie., mwl-rin, O'lrtiaae ;t ; pitT" or enhapr''. re ttiorotijfhij acJ pc:4 ratlr tit -ti. S"jPHltj IS poy eurrd o4 tm (Jrriv lJ-'V-i from tlie m .-Llu; OoUOrxliem , (I..tJvT Strki-jre, tuxiiiiia. Herxl., v- JcuUirci Pa- s -:i v.iv.T Driva tiiifasr quickly cured. id t :.f- : 1! qi tunl a jfar aician vbo pay srHalartCttttOt' '.- n crtauu Om i ol dt-vLcA. and tRatior tbooaaads aan tiiy, a. 4iirp .rt ,-kiii, FhTatcUB kAovisci; tact oftes -ccomLat-ni j-rv-io to -jiy care. When it is tttconTeoiri.t lo visit Lti- Stv for trca-.m-nt, nirxlHntf can t aeat jriTmi. ik". safti bj intl or rsprcM anr where. Cures Guarantoed in all Cut undertaken. louujimuco3 peraooallT er t letter fret miM tw4te4. ChaxRa ""n,hl r''y fr-nfftnii. PRIVATE COUKSXXOR Or 100 1 r. rmt to .oy wAinatt, wmmlj wmlwi, tor ttutv J0' cuts. Should b mti by au. 14dK. a. atMa 'WBc bcur. rrom I w P. M. a.oda.. a lo . t'fiancerj Sale of Real Estate. No. 681, B (2) Chancery Court of Shelby county Charles H. Green, adm'r, etc. vs. Charles R. Lake et al. ; and No. 602. K. (2)--A. J. Hayes et al. vs. Charles H. Green et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en tered in tbe above consolidated causes on tbe loth day of April, 187fl, M. B. 24. page 105, and amend d May 30, 1879. and renewed Janutry 8, 18S, I will sell, al public auction, to tbe highest bidder. In front of the ClerL and Master's office. Courthouse building. Main street. In tbe Taxing-Dis trict ot t-neisy county, late city oi M ampuls, Ten nessee, on Hatarday, Jaaniry SI. IN HO. within legal bonrs, tbe following described property, situated lu Shelby county, Tenn., to-wlt: Lot No. il and the north half of lot No. 20, Of Wsldran homestead subdivision, on tbe east side ot Waldian avenue, east of and near the city of Mem phis, having a rront of 75 feet on said avenue, bv a depth i'f .301 leet. Also Ihe west half of the 200 acrw tract No. 2 on the plat of subdivision of tbe tirS7-acre tract of land belonging to tbo estate of George O. Hajwood, deceased, ss made and on file in this caus, beginning 87 421R100 chnlns from tbe nor. beast corner ot s ild rttiv-acre tract In tbe north boundary line thereof; thence wet with said boundary line 13 rl0&N-100cbalns to a Blake; thence souard on parallel lines 73 50-100 chains to the &uih boundary line of said tract, having a front of 13 00&8-100 chains on said south boundary line. Terms of sale of tbe above two tracts One-thlm cash; balance on a credit of six months; pur chaser executing note with good security bearing 0 per cent. Interest; Hen retained; equity ot redemp tion barred . Also, at the same time and place, I will offer and sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, as di rected in tbe said decree of April lo, 1U7U. the fol lowing d seriried real estate, to-wlt : First Lot No. 12. on tbe west side of Hill street, in the city or Memphis, being a part of country lot No. 510, having a front on the west aide of said street of 75 leet, by a depth on parallel lines of 181 feet Second The north sixty feet of lot No. 1 3, on the west side or Hill street, in country lot No. MO, In tbe city of Metnphls. having a front of rk) feet on said street, by a depth of 184 feet on parallel llnts. Tbtrd Part of lot No. 13. In country lot No. 510, In the city of Memphis, beglnnln; r0 feet from the northeast corner ot said lot. and running south r30 feet, having a front of rtO feet on the west side of aid street, by a depth of 184 feet on parallel lines. Fourth 175 teres of land, pan of the rtri7 acre, elonglug to the estate of George O. Haywood, de ceaed. and known as lot No. . oa the plat of aub atvlston ot said rM7-ncre tract filed In Ibis cause, ff of tbe eastern side of said tract, having a frontage on the mrth side ot said tract 23 81Vt-100 chain, by a deplb on parallel lli.es runnli g to the south line on said tract 73 50-100 chains. Film loO acres of land, being the east half of tbe 200-acre tract, known as lot No. 2. on tbe plat of subdivision of tbe rtrt7-acre tract of land belonging to tbe estate of George O. Haywood, deceased, filed In ttile cause, btgtnn'ng 23 81 Vr-100 cnains from the nortbmst corner of said Hrli-acre tract, and having a front on the north boundary line ot said tract 13 rkKift 100 chains, by a depth oa parallel lines riinnl g to the south boundary line of said tract 73 oit-100 chains. Slxlh-2!2 acres of land, the western part of the Art7-acre tract, belonging to the estate of George O. Haywood, decea-ed, ami known as lot No 3, on the plat ot subdivision of said tract, on file In lb is cause, beginning at a stake 51 514-100 chains from tbe northeast of said tliI7-acre tract, on the north boundary line thereof; thence 73 5O-100 chains to the south line of said iract; thence west on said boundary line 40 54 lOO chains to a stake: tbeoce north wltb the west boundary line of said tract r)7 12-100 citals to Ihe Brownsville road: thence nt rtuwest with said road 2" 20-100 chains to a stake; thence south 24 deg west 12 chains to a stake; thence east with tbe north boundary Mne of said tr tct 20 144 lOO chains. Terms of sale of the last six parcels as described above On a credit of rl and 12 months, purchaser executing notes wltb two good securities, bearing tt percent, interest; lien retained; equity of redemp tion barred. This. January lO, 188 I. B, J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Pierce Dlx. MetcalfA Walker, attnnwys. An entirely New and pneitivelf effieetiv hetned for the Deedv and ihiTrmaaeat care of Seminal Emtsaiona and Impotracj j tbe oa'.f Cnat way, x-. Ira Application t tha principal 801 of tte Pi.m m. Tbe Inwrfcr a Boa.snaa tvooiu tiua nrrpanuoa. jtbciw Dnsmaun "i ai a mm positively vuarantM that tt wl firm parfMt aaliaf i-fga. --. at aJd hj tbm Mcdtcal rrofaawa tm bm tt atoM ratxmal ataal jm tw mrmi of raatttDe anil mjniif Uui Terr prtvilttt tretubla. Tba luniy ta ui s ai bhi tHiH. it Utr. ' ' 3 u,. wi ,hmi rn:i inwtH imi a f6mm fat a Daaarp4ia FatnUba fira tiutatl Wat4aw. M V .u ut .... mm, aaatoaat tai iay aaa aa raaa(a m fmrtmm aaaai autua at iiV aaa.. aa If mm aflbnwt. tint Ia4 HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'B CHEMISTS, Chancery Sale or Real Estate. No. 343, B. Chancery Court of Shelby county John Trent, Adm'r, vs. J. C P. Hammond et al. BTvlitueof an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the abovn cause on tbe 23 1 day of De cember, 187(4. M. B. 25, p. 485. 1 will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of tbe Clerk and Master's oilite, courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, now known as the Taxing-District of Shelby county, Tennessee, on Saturday. Kebraary 7, 1HHO. within legal hoars, tbe following described property, situated and lying and berg in tbe counties of Sheiby and Fayette, in tbe State ot Tennessee, being sec tion four (4), except one hundred acres off the north east corner belonging to bo.ert Waters, In township one, range four west of tbe basis meridian of the Cblcl.ssaw cession. It being lot 7 and 8 of tbe said sec-lion, township and range, containing 140 acre., more or leis, and known as the Handolpn place. Terms of Sale -One-third cah; balanoe on a credit of 12 months; purchaser exeeutlna note - or deferred payment, with one or more sufficient sure ties, lieu retained; redemption barred. H. J. -.LACkl. Clerk and Master. L. B. M'Farland. I W. Flnlay. Att'ys. sat Trustee's Sale. PURSUANT to a trust deed executed to me by J B. Heaves, and Annie Reaves, his wife, dated March 13, 1878, and recorded In the register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee. In book No. 123, page 338, at the request of the b?ntliclariea In said oeed of trust, 1 will, Oa Slonday, Febraary IS. 1HHO, between the hours of 12 m. and 2 p.m , In front of tbe courthouse d -or of said county, sell for cash, at public outcry, the following described real estate, situated In bbelbr county, btale of Tennessee., and deacrl bt d aa follows: B ginning at a stakeon the southwest corner of lot No. 1 of tbe subdivision of Jobn Heaves' 20O-acre trnct; thence north 23 chains and 12 links to a sUke; thence west 1W chains and WO links to a stake; thence south 23 cnaina and 12 links to a stake (a post oak pointer); tbeoce east M chains and KO links to the beginning, containing 4rJ acres, and known in said division as lot No. 2 All rights and euultles of redemption waived. Title be lieved to be good, but I sell and ronvey as trustee. W. W. M'DOWELL, Trustee. J.S.STANTON&CO. WHULESALK URUCEUS, COTTOX FACTORS And Commission Merchants. 284 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. SPsClAL ATTENTION given to tbe Sale ot all Kinds ot Country Produce. r