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HIC MEMPHIS DAILY APPAL-STHsTD A Y, JANTJAYSSJSa
BAILIIOAMTiaE-TA BLEW.
traafvllle bt!1o r.n4 threat
AHHllf 1
Krjirtvts, (1.1.1 iy
M4.I.J41 r -
Br.iwri.ni!-. Ace.'"". n.l!U"n
daily tes.T-'. tHiiri iy)...
tl :'M p re,
U 43 a.in.
fvIO a.m.
4:20 p.m.
4:20 n.rrt.
" on fiurM. Kxt.rMB run ooljr to M'Kenzle. eon
ivec'.tliic tor Nashville.
i.KAtll" ABB1VB.
New 'Ir'.irtiit MR', dally..,') 2:4 H' il0:4." B.m.
b.uiiii a;.-.iti' :o t'n, daily I
t " tinlnvil 4:40 l. ' 8.-00 .BU
K Tml . oa.iy (dun-: . ' 1
clars Tw.t', i :45 J- rfV p.m.
mil iTUarf.lt'
I LCATm.
ABRIVI
'i'H7 Mme)
' Vnil ft Ei-.iW Tr??n.in; 11:15 p.m.
12:15 p.m.
B-0O tvm.
y T -i . ,..;ui , ,.- . . .
4 40 rt.m.
l.l'Mf. Kfk.
i kivy.
AkKlVa.
1 T'.t'h. '!'
rrtUlit.'l u.i p: . E hi.)
R:l p.m
H't!) m.l R.f-S r w.
Ia .laealx nun Mem aliln,
I L.KAVH. AtvHlVk.
M I'l it ."rVriv i ; i:f0 r.m.
i''1'" '""'"'"itraln.. j.'X t;H0 a.m.
W:H0 a.m.
R:H0 p.m
FINANCIAL.
A fair amount ol UiMt'iess doirirr at
till bunks yetTilav. and fuelling was cnmlpg .n
moin lib-Mliy. vxmri Is in uein;tn "i.- short
iIuiim, li ii ntn Is doliig fir sixty or it'r.eiy days; the
raw l-i S t er -n . Kxctiniire quoted Ht 14 dls-o-iit
on N- v Vork an I Llit-r prointuant eastern
pulun, wun tlu iiH'j' grain-, h iliMOtiui't; rolling
(,l par on Jjjs'flca.i. I4 discount; selling at
par. ?- !!, scrip IB iiintd at KKo nij rjnj
111. fvri J it.", wihUiS. Mississippi Mat district
iMvto con-ims are HeUu. at 1.V218. The
Mt fiii-j of Memphis icna stoek ku at
J11'-. ,,o oiWIng al 7,i Tli "ciMcct of Ititnmvl"
" .i.ti:Mi! H;rwi tlirt aivtve fteira'iiJ for ilem
'..ills HH-t t'u.ul--fii r.il'r aa IiikH 7 l pilncliial
la Hie in iut-r. as tar hn could rv.p-l with tUniu,
i w V" y irii-iit at ( Mitat may le expeetfeil, and
ir.l .irui itluii U 111 w tat laKcEi at tecaiiil uaod. exempt
kiiiim i.e tUVB onn:iiMiUti. Thtt tacts uppctarii'l to
l' ft. it an ' L"i.t li.,d ai.thOflty in buy 11 y auch
Mf.nrliH tn ft t'tiar'eVnti railn:nl stook ateou'd tt
hKl. a.ai liit MkI w iilil pirM ! II,. Tli neurit of
fc'-Hirtt ti nK 11! v-lrtl (timi't, nut t !3 uniternlooil
Th.ita i t. t" ani'Mmi lin bfi r.ft.i;i.(i at liVi antj
I , I 1.M1.1.' (U.n i'l or 1 .Y(a)p) t !iit,:lnn To His
:rifiui.-j si . m. i Mrf tut t'f Ik.iXiiI Union
an. I I I tnl rt iMlifc ".t:lm l(J."t: HXKI Pw)lilrs lasur
titc . oslttr 1.. IS ak(t l-u-ty crt w iiaclive
tml rit.in m i i Xa.mtiM. Trie Nnw Yora JUtU-tin, of
'I ImrstUv, n;nH: ".New rk vx?IitK4 w leaned
Iimihv an lu i iv. at t:it; pl.tcKH iiaiunt: tjiv.innall
'inviti.-. ;.j fir, .:n.iif, 1, in-iuiuin. 'uarlown
l-'.'i-f It ir; :t ln.dj. N-w rl-an commercial,
; n.'; iM'iK.pu. hi. L urn- I l-i pr -111111111. Ciilc iKti,
1.1 in Mil :., Milium, u int.,,,, -jt) m l-iihii. Unr Nuw
Yntk l-.i-t'iarn ?Nt.,niityn:iiiuJ: Hum Ht:ituifiit
- l uint lii.TH,i,.., s i ii,1,7ij; H, ii-crKie. $ I,
7jf'l. l'H; l..ia( (-iMit..s tnertta., M ,Ui!,;iiJl; ittui
itH laoif .).7."..S' I); c'ri u'ainiii im-rtstM, S:!7,
lltl ); ( ,.n ie;ite. 51 . I J.i.il.ilJ; btlktlinw ho d
S.tU,J In nw of int, iruai iu'.ilri uiout."
lli'.ni'IU. BA.NK CLBAHlNua:
('Winn'. allv.
Jariiiryat, l-.rt() .. .. Si-jJ.rlla S 4J.15S fill
Tli w far tMstfi4c l.Ii'.i.VOl H H-t
ftiiiia tun:- 1ml .k. i jiI.im t '.1
baiU'jliiut)Wt!t;4l;turfl,;i t OH
ianH,07,U
:.'. 172 u
2SH.H14 Ul
11 r wuiGiuru..
l'A .lannnry 'J4. Iteitlri. hlf. 0"e
KW (Va.KANS. Jinnary 24.-t::ht exchantra
in ,; in al par. tjli.Tiiiiy exuliuiiace lianksin
i.(;M , Jaruriry 'J I - iXif ol. I.H: l"nliHl
Mit r Uu'.im-not ; s, n;..-i; 4 W 1 I 1 ; 4, iia'tn;
li'luoiH i;r:itr,l. "h; l-'mtsj ivuj.ia Central, jj;(l,;
Kria, 4H; m c :i 1 1; hi-iijiiv. .!;.
NK'.V YOKK. J innary 24. Mtnipy, 4,7rt percent.,
rl' !,ih at 4 in r cflit. h'rt i- itn-ruafulla paper, Sr? rt
l"r lviiU r u-r tn tiXL'U in liank- rn' I1I1H weak,
-4J: niKlit m.-liiinjn on New Vora. 4M4. (ioveru-liii-ii
pond t siratly for (M ami R, and wn.k an I a
rhiula ItivMtr Int 41 j and -li; cimii oiki o! InHI,
i4 -t; n"' T". 1 1 i k; new 4ln- 107m; new
t. li'J'i; f aonl.-Us i '11.1, n.aiobonu r.-u-
1 : t'U a:iii l oailual; L-i .Wianii "1 1 ounhold,
Mitni;-1 li t, loiili; HI. Joaei h,
li'I'.i; 1 wi!'t-t f.a, Pi, .'HI; Tnnnentioe, r,
:;Tin; Viriun tit, ol.l. 21; Vlnlnl t ris, pew,
VI; Vii.mia e :inl , 7.1; prereired. I()ill.
itllr"inl pon !4 v,eru a,;!v and K'tneraily iron.
'l'iii hi t k iiiaiaf.t oi.n-,l waaic, a-tu priowa Ueclln.d
14 lo p; t'ttu.., ph.. a atrnriM ih.im hutai tut In, and
1 1,'itt w,.i 1 :,... a r.,1 iKtvanua or l. t 1 fipj per ctnt.,
inn la Unr Si. Kml lal JI ul'.ou.t. wliluu sold up lo
i.:i Cii'oa:,, IjaTli'-iii'i ai1 ij'ilrjc." ru- 4 p'-r
ell; II lllil'ill mil I n i, :n; Kimi roRilit!, :t;
t.ouNvilie .mil ,N.Ltbviiif :t: C ..ir alia anil .llmne
rtoia, ai-j; Krte 1 reie.-n.il. za,;ihio, )1,; prefened,
2': Prtillc Ma. I. Mi;J:. Lnol a'ltl S.wi ralicl.c,
I ; prelerre.l 2 ami lir 1 iir.-lm ra l 1; r coot, liur
ln Ilia an, . uuoii & atarkt( h.i w 1 ioaii.r, and htial
a lea .ere e.i a lin-n n; t f (o 2 (ier citliL from the
lilin -I li.'tnt'i. til l'aiit a. 1 I Man id! and Hou.t'on
an. I Te:i-n Its I til iio.fri iid ninTitiiieriL Tlia
Jnlmi I ei; Mo. ka iK.t.H l'auino mid linnver t'.ui.llo
raJlroail.i .-' i' cims-jlt'l.-.ti- l to nay. 'ru near ctmi
pany will he k i,.v.i 111 1 ne t'nl.m P.infla railroad.
Tiansitetiont a Mr-- :i tl :isil,iatil aiitiev, of willed
I'.'PIJ wero G in i.l 1 111:110:11. ;in Kl Central Ariz ill ,
l.iil!) Cliicau , h: . l,.mU 11- il N..y llrle tn, 4iiM)
iiK'ati, t' iki.iilm, and Intllatii omnil, 4O00
la-dar Kpila and Mi'ine.ola. :j.t)i,o U.-'lawure.
I.ackiwannn and Western. 1.hm Etle, 401)0
Hannibal anil at. .los-pli, fill. 111 II . union H,.rl
rt-xaa, :tiii o Inn, llminl.il. 1, v:roii( Kai.se and
Texaa. V 2il l.tka ciiore, i:ti)i( 1. minvllle and
N'aanville, :(i)in Laaa Kite i-.titt Weatein. 2iai0
j.etvlll, I ion M iia tia and Cincinnati rtrsis, p,
leireil, .; tii.i .'Nt ifhwetcrn, jjoull NaahT iie, Cuat
l:'ii: and hi. Loaif, millO New .Ittrsey O-ntral,
I ,ilil ISi v Yoik C Mt-.i:. 2:,)iM oaiu and Mlilv
a'ppl, ln.'Mill I'M- li .U ill, I 11)0 K -iKlltin, 40IHI St
I'.iul, r,:;ni) ,-t, l.oali aid .san iraiciaoo. rtiltia
St. faiil an.t Ilanimti 1, 4'in Unluii P.ieill'! .
S20O v.aha.-tli, ot. I.ail ami l'aclliu and HihK)
We.-.iern lutlmi. Tin? clo.-il: t oiaHattoiiS weiri:
(tuck Island, 161; Hinaina, 17l; Fo.l Wayne
1 1'.-j: I'ltt.tuurK, 1 Uis; llii.,olsi-.iLitral, 104V;OP1
raaii, lini lin,;I.iii a"il tnliiry, 14 7; Ctilf!io aod Al
'oii, 10S; t:iile.iji mill Al'.tin preferrwl, 1211;
ei Yorn Central, i:iilH;n.'trleiu, tii;L:.ko Sliore,
I'lll'i; l ima": ."'iiiuiicrN, 71;ia: .'.Irulk' in Central,
Mii-U, hti", 41r;s, fr.rie- pitierre.i, 7,; Nin'lb
we.tletn, MOlj: innf pv-lflin i.r-lerrod, 104?s; fat.
l aul, ,'; su H.'.ul or ' tii rod, I'll "; al. 1'aui au.l
AIi.'iiih i'l.n, 51 o:".rtd;.si. P.m arid Sioux i;uy,
ri'.i oIlL-rtsJi til. Paul and Stnux City pretrttrwd,
7i'-i; Lieiawtie, L vav.nnut a d Wentrrn, HII4;
Moiiln and fcswx, tu:U otferetl; Iolaie
ana Hudnoa, 7Rli; New Jrs.y Cut tral, KIB4;
On!i a:.d llsm,itipt, Uliri; Oliij and :li
hIh.hi;;i1 nrelerred, V,Wy, cneapiakrt and Ohio,
1'2; Mobile and ti.no, 24'4; Cleveland and
Ctlunbiit. 77li; I hl. ato, CoiuutlMU and Indiana
Cen' r 11. :Al'i; inill.ilia, CUiunmatl and Lal'tyelto,
lti.il! olfsitM; lim llnxtn::, 'etlar Hipids and
Nmuie'1;, ii'h); A1U111 and Term IlMtitit, 124ti-;
ltj:i aid "lYm l:autti pieferf 1!, ln:i; Wabaiu,
ft. L'mia and Paali::, 4t; V,.l;.-i, JSL LouU
and 1'm:Io preferred, ti,.l; lUiinlbiil B:id ril.
', S7:s. Haiinii.il and 01. Joe pri-Ierred, B7;
Irtm ..iiiit.ti'i, ."i.Vii; tt. L011H and ran Frau
clijtt, 4l'i: mi. Lotus, M. J Sin Kan.'bM pieferrml,
Ti7la; t1- LtM.ti mid i?an Kranc:?tw. lirsf preieired,
7H; t'lncao, bt. Ionia and N-w (lina. :JU;
harnai und Teji.i", 4oh; L nloa Par .lid atoek, 11:1;
Kantna and paeliic. PI; Noithem Faelllc,
:i; Northern raciilu trererivil, f7i; I.oi.lavlllo
and Naativille, 124; lious-ton and Texas, 7R;
vvesp in Cnioii li'it nipn, lit:i-t,; Atlan'.lo and Pa
ri ik- Teloirai'li, 411s: liienie Uail, :; Mt
tie HlilsbaiK, 'jit; iU -niiliiK. tin:ij; Adania Kxnreaa,
lli,lj; i 14 ,t r ;l'('i. Iiali.; rp r'i;.in atinroiMi.X
fi.i-j. 1m1i.1l tital.i I'.ti.re-,!. 4M4jj yitckal'.ver,
2M; ksilvtr preftirt' 1. l)7Vj; l.eajviUn, l(:ili;
Onu ii Pacillo Lnn li. ii'.il:; Union Haclllo Urala,
10P1; Unlnii PalUR lan.l grants, ICil'o: liuiun fa
iMll? suiklii T luiius, 1 17:i-, LeUinband tA'llkeibarre,
I I'JVj; bt. I'anlanil r-;oux Cily hra'9, VU; Cbteann,
I iikiia 'in and 1'uSinna Centim Urs' '.1; CUP
eae.o. Ciiiintti4 and Indisna Vt ntr,tir,,iids. no
halei: mi'iiihI-!, -j.:,,; Cenlr.tt Allor a, i:Hh;
I'.ir.liwu, 4V,; Kxoebitor, oj. iijmo ataue, :tll, Ou
titi m, .'its; eiiiuttard, oUj.
COTTON.
Tuo ni",-k 'ts pli-o'liere Wiro rdiT'i' I, y f a
terd.iy, tptlnt ntnl wiiliout clianre In i jnbdlons. ex
e.jiu. tt w.lures, wlili. 1, Pi l,.vi-.-nioi. w.-i'A 1 :i2tt
I Id I le', and Po to six lanuis lets In Ntiwf Y01K.
In oiir market toe tliMiiam: w.u Pubt Hint pi vnci pally
from enolt rs. Ka lo saiid b it s wtuu tiii.ibie lo
aura,, o.vnns P tlia li lull viea of tlia toruier 10
wlibtli bnj. rs wen d not ao '-tin. Stint, (li, n tine,
wise li-lil, bu! itru'ily at tpr.ilatiHti.wIik'b tMntinntjil
inu-ba nj.sl. The New "iuik 11, 01 Tbuirdiy.
ieMiitsi ' O 1 ri'iilrae:.s wijilever bnpei lim 'btilla
in-tv r ava euieil tit ea un tne uvea i-ni iiisk-t wero
Kieail we.trteiien Pwiay. the Itino ruilnx l.e tvy from
Him oiilwt, and a i n rul Klia'llmf on value lukli X
pl-ie! Mann !e enliro lu-e. Tba tu'eotinta fiion
II ttti'ttai.ti'r, tii'tm wlwn rio ret , ni linpttivetiieut t
sa.tl to 11111. P 1 btt.tf-1, eiii-unu: tl laiieb tna rtattiH,
but (,ivt't ;sHil wan s um and w.'.tk. too lecelpla at tbe-
isiits Itlil. ai,d no detU'iiHl to t tia l of lo Pa found.
To sustain tun 111.uk I, tlierelote, wau.il n qtilro the
milt nmerltll in tnl;m 10:1. in it'll lieyi.nd the
alreuetn amld:'sir of Hie 'bulls' al the iiionienf,
ami ens: tMinnioiuvd to tlioop. Tltia net, . td M act
In a iieinh.ln -oil or in tuner, and as Ilia oay pro-icres,-d
the re.-nb. w ta to lm Pmimh in the nnio liber
al oitiTitat 1,1 tsut oti livsii '.simrL' ilr-als, but certain
lart: tii.i. Hs vere tluna;h! t 1 b ti't enine from -Ioiiks'
ilisyn !..( v. nn t '. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 to un u.y slieia-'ib Into
tlM 11 tik i, and li't.'iily tP-iertnp i l.i uuloatl Hint
wmiili'aiv lor iilw il e.oyiuains."
J ru rr'av.
Ordinary I11I4
ioiltl 01 tll'l v y :i 1 1 -
l.i d'ltu. If Itlj
filtd.litn if 1 1 .s
t, on. 1 ml Mili;, ( tl'.H
Mi.MluK ( Air f 12.
air N onl'i 1.
Mama 1M.(
lty N-flire
-rr MH4
Kll-
r.llli
trll.H
rrljiia
rf 12-h
Namltitvl.
lo-'pM 14
Market uteattT. !?ale, 1700 halea,
1 : : 1 lj tx.sj.li-M ainHiM lo nplnnera.
COTTON BTATKMt'.N T.
Ht vk. rpttnl:r 1, 1S7!..
Itsiele. lo-l t 2. 1 1 II
Jtt ceiv. d previously 27!.:-l I
ucludlnii
8Hi
2h4il:
2K' ,H4.I
l'l.'l 41 7
tstill'peil to tl if
abii'iad i'i noa.-.iy.
m.i:i7
,' lnltl
.... 1
Utock, ruunltiK atvjunt
lMWHTi
Tim far this wk
Tl'in i"ar last wes k
blncti nepUtiiilier 1
118,4)2
2.1 in
2,4114
2H1.4jlj
... RHO
Memphis ami Charleston tt. K
kllsilsiii nri.l l',tine.seo It K
Lonl-viue, N.tstiviile nnu )" it JonSliern It. K
Me nimis and I.iiuo Ko.klt.K
t ad .est and Koinphis
Si.vin-.is
t iunj and oilier nuuroeti
4'15
I JU
244
PI
. 1IIKI
2.1 111
Total
KXl'OHTa.
Tl'in rar nils wevii
Ti n far last w,-eK
tliiue uo.iU'iuiHir 1 ....
:t.4.-7
1 .at io
1W 417
.... RO
Memphis a;vl Caueston rallnvul. . . .
,1 ..,..1. i'.,,,i,,..u.. 1, 1,
ltsslss,iii aim lenur.set: 11. 11 i;
...insviiie. N i-ltv.llu and Ureal rjotitQern U. K.l,h'.!l
.owimen nnrtll l.lirili
2n:t
Louisville.
bloatueis W'Ulll 22tl
Total 11,457
i KT Th'LKOKXfll.l
The folltwin are Ilia laltt talei:mm-i of tfa rto
mesilo inaikcn, as r-portod jesteMajr to tbe eollou
e.'ii.iiite:
i..ire
.v 1.-1. i'nee
Jfiu-iv,:. !,-r'j f. JnftliiiW.
Steuly. I 2.R27 12
i.'.l tlind p :il.V 121s
Collet. 2.4tS '121
,M!,-t. -.'.414; 12M
Viiei. 1.mi:ii
1 'lift. 7i' 12'a
V" eC 2.1'fji 1L"4
Firm. ;"..- 12-Vs
V'let 1.P77 . l'N
Sfillet. f-41 1L':4
i.i'iiet. f,i:t 12'H
yniet, 4ii., 1 1 Td
delve iton
!-.v tirl.jtns. ,
JI iitlle .
S 'Ulill ill
l b irUsttui.. . .
W iliniiK ion... .
Mill fiilK . . . .
Halumore
New loik
Hoston
I'll, I .delylila
Aiuusl l
The IoIiowiiik ar the New York apol yutiui'lona
fp,' jesielav: otdliiary. lOl VHIc: itoral ordinary,
II ll-ile; low l im 1U11K. 1214c; inlddlimr, Hi'iac;
ti uilddlliiK. l.'-uc; lutduiii.K fair, 1:AhO. At
1O I1I, uu.ul-nniuiiially iincliaiiired; 12:li", tpllet;
2'lii. nui' l. isalas, .pHj bales; c.)i,lin.c;, 7ia) bale;
Mo"K, 0.10,4m bilfs.
Tne looe nt the lotura niaiket waa aa followa:
At l'):lii, steady at decline: I' 1:50. tinner; 11:45,
weak; ' 4o, atestlt; 1 :.m, aua ly; 2:;I0, unlet and
nrm. b.iles, 4it.DI (I Oalei.
Ilia IoIiowiiik sii.iws the closing quotations of
future In uie New YtitK tliaikt't lestoiday:
oiot,.
January ...
Keimiary...
March
A. 11 II
May
June
J, ill . ...
A'urust
bct'Uniiber.
t'C'iber. . ..
Jsuveiiiber.
12 ."? in o
l'J.H2i I2.ii:l
11 12.
12 ll.'lt? 12 115
12.rtiii 12.(10
12 SI'. 12 P.l
l.-l UK, III t tl
1:1.2 3 if i:l 2H
l: 4:1.1 i:t 44
PI 5 Iti 1U 54
1:1 rttii 11 1 5
i:i lo ashivi.
12 ;i2.7 12a."
t i:i ti
i:i.2 r 1 :t -5
l'l 4l .r :.4i
1:1 o. l:t 5 j
i:i.i la.iij
12 thltl o 1W
12 2.'i 12
1 1 H.ir I I Hi)
1 1 I'-'ii 12 iwl
TUs New Origins msrlcMl ,,rU,r,M.t -...t a.....
quioial I JL'.fM Pit mlcklllritf. i ilea, Mn.j: 'or re.
1 lt, lt. ,., In, si.ick JJ'S ' I .11
I lie Lii.-".u leh-rhi... :emri.y r ,..rtl nl!on
tinu; tutiallint upi.s,i.., .a. .' Miu.a. fljf:. 8elss,
I-i.tithi Piles, or witii, i . u , u,rt mu..
ii", tii K' iJ . or w!P'u ;i t wei Ai iar
i-iwrris fviu,r m ) and At I '.;, .lamia"
J ''.hl - iirtii-y. "Itj .;; n..i.i'i.MKe
"i, I ' l; Msy-June
FFINIM
' ... 1
GENERAL TRADE.
Tbu weather wa dpliehtftjl am) c)par ye
tertlnr, and lMisnc showed a eood degree of ac
tivity. Corn waaolTei'TS at R2e, whlcii .-.tiiiearad to
be the market rate; f ear-ecrn was aold at at
price. Cornnieal was ad anclng;. It wan e-ipectesl
that cholcv would ro u lo -?2 RO: Xalr cold ftfl MT1
as 40 and f ' 8 "vock ou Ir rr.a scanty.
Thre was no change in pe'cbLiow potatoes; tbe
danisml was fair. J gs were iiutet and steady.
Dreaaed turkeys wire a ..indarit and sold low.
nyij'"rj Orion art J rixind Intu at ttu Imrlltjl
uit Ihe raiirnaiiiirj't arid inc'xrfe OLitkrr dmy
ait, ntirratfe, rur oik r erttmw'.i wUside fff tfte rVrr?
tniifU arut cliarg k;i to the thne of firia'. At
bim Hn't ort iitifliii '! ft Ai'is-s" 1 .-.fcji, on thru in
iti3 draiagc. Hrra'i era inroilt of tlui dealer.
FEED, Vot- saie nt 75 anil 100 sacks far corn
a R2c SCO sacks sheli 3d was held at R2c; In store,
rtii57o a laisbel. rn'-lat sales at 4!'c for
ch'dor:; In store, RHJRoc Bran ipiotes at &i:i;ln
store, 7firrK0t!. Corn bnin S1 1 50 a ton. Bay
y 110 Ics at ill for prime, 22 50 lor tliiiutlij; lu
store, SI li)r?l ?5.
KLOIjB AND MKAL. hUir snperllne. S5; extra,
?5rr.' 25; double extra, S5 50r? 5 75; treble extra,
Jr75rrrt RO; family. SHirlRO; choice, VS 75r7:
fancy, 87(?7 RO. Cornmntl scarce, tiiiotlnnat 82 50
for choice, w Uiout sales, sal of '250 barrels lair at
a 4n?2 4s.
vkiKTaHLK3. jw-i'.v.s -sale on landln of 400
barrels Ptrvtiblowaat i'l 2 1 Vs -w ttt .it, in store
russet?, 2 a barrel; early rose. fp 25; peerless,
S2 25; Michigan, C2 50; New York eany rose,
!2 7Rr?S. ti-Kel fftaUieii, $2 a barrel. Onimut,
84 fHiCR a barrel In store, w cniim
-tops. $4 503.5 a bushel; . bottom, Sd2H 50
a l.u-.hel Turnip. 7Kcti a barrel. White
bmtM 82r?2 V!5, n.nut bair-barrels, jj:l 7rit?4;
barrels, JfTtTH. CnMj.ite-Louisiana, 5:2 76(?H.
Lnritt S272 50 per bushel
KHUllij AND NUTA ApjU. 2?.i 4 50 bar
rel. CTi7(V.rriM, S . ft barrel; halt b:i. rels,
84 75. OraMrr, fffj , nO per barrel. Lett wtx. 85
per box. fit' ;-s-Old, 82; new, 8:1 per box. '.
lRe,ueti. jfe, 1 Oc ier lb. 'cinut-Ked. 2Pjfii
V liKlula. 7e per lb tinorW.s,22c per lb. i'ecaiw,
10(71 5c, accoidlnie to size. Hrazil XuUt, 12c per
lb. tWiertx. 15c per lb. H'nnuPi, lrtcper lb. Vocoa
nnU, $5 RO per 100. Driei AppUx. HiiPPio a
pound. Zr-if ptM:Aen,9Viu?10ca pound. Itaiwms.
81 n H a bunch.
Kii(i3 AND BUTTER. Egg. )2ai2iijc per
doien. yrarr-gool, 12715 ; eouutry, ld(J20c;
choice, 22r?25c- ereaaieiy, H5c
I'DULTHY. CliU ken. 5Ja 50 e? 3 RO. rxtcks,
$:iii 2r'. Ceee. 34 50(25 per dozen. Turkrys
cimice.. Jib? 1 per dozen: dressed, 12c a pound.
KHfc'SH I1KAT, KTC Hcrf-Keretjuartera, 2Paa3e;
blndtiuarteni, 4t?iic M'ttUm, by the carcass, 3l
05c. Ilmcllj dressed. RlyT'lc: country, Ru.
fn'-feet ketrs, 81 Wiff2; half-barrels, 84 25;
barrels, 87 75(M. M'ruyt it.. .it, loo a pound.
HlXi VHOuf CY.l urk demand Rood; clear aides,
loose, T'o; clear lib. loose, 7o; shoulders, loose, 4Mo.
e-'i.'.r cured Aiuim - packed, ptaaPiMc ilex it trie,
814 RO. Mrri steady; tierce, KI4C; halt-barrels.
8X4r?87Hc; kegs, tWiStyc; palls-20 lb. We;
10-tti. ppje.
tiKOCKHlKa C'.ff.e, 141r?15o for ordinary, lfte
for talr, 17(f17ts lor (rood fair, lxisi?l!!lo for
choice. ! Imperial, 5."(iM5e. Aeie Loulalana.
7Hhc; Carolina, rtt (Mo. -per dray load, from
store, l p5 per barrel; coarse, per sack. SI 40
150; line, 8175. .M'-im Louisiana open kenle,
7HrTsl-:; yellow clniilied. KrtHUo; white clarified,
HipflOc; cut lear. llViii lHc; granulated, 1 Vet
1 1 14c; powdered. 1 131 1 l.C Jfof.ui.vs New Louis
iana, prime, iiHi?4Uc; choice, 4ti(Z47c; syrups nom
inal. MISCELLANEOUS Worm nw. S:) H5 a barrel.
hu. kirlu.it ll.Hir. t :l a barrel .appits butler. 1(X" per
pound. 1'e.ich or, Iter, 1 Uc per pond. 'utU, 5fl .",0
per dozen. Oyntent, :)(74 50 per Uo.niu Cider
western, 87; Shaker, 810 50 a brl. M.u-anmi Ira
ported, 84 a box; American. 10a a ID. Garlic
fooanlsh. 75t'f 1 a string. Kraut, $7 a barrel.
ItllihrS, L'slHEu SZC Oak aoie, Kt41c;
boinlock. 2M(Z:i2o ts-r lb; harneas, ati40c; sklrt
ln, HttMK; KreiicU eair, 840(? tJO (erdozen: do
mestic calf, 8:i0if 45 per dozen, llule Dry Hint,
2irc: dry salt, 15(7 lHc: nrrssn, 7iiSc; Kreensalt. PMj
if lOa. A ur-if. jus, uOctittt ftO. XMMjw. ocfolito.
i-nor, 20c -BAUGINii
AND TIES. inamna llax. 10c: lute.
2 lbs., Htf lUiC Tit, S2 60 per bundle. Twine,
Inciter lb.
LIMK AND CEMENT. tm, 81 10 a barrel;
Louisville eemcnt, 81 75 a brrrel: Koseuale cement.
82 a barrel.
CAITLK MARKET. We hava rec'lved the live
stock leport of Kiey boIiMIIuk. of the Southern
dockyard Nor;h nei-ond street, from which we
learn tn a calile are imaln lu 1'Klii supply, receipts
having b.u lliu ted for the past few days. Trade
h t been slow and prices quite unsatisfactory alnoe
last report. Il-gs enntmas scuce and sell leadily
at qiiolatlotis. Sheep are in tpxal demand
with no offering. Cuttle Crn fan natives,
choice, KMIO10 HOI lbi. 84 25f 4 50; natlvos, good,
K50PJ 10IMI lbs, S-I75.4; natives, medium. Mt(0 to
121X1 lbs. H'tii 50; Texas, choice, HUO U UOtl lbs,
s;i 75 y.J: Texas. 111 e ti 1 1 1 111 . hull to IIIMJ lbs. S.'l 25
i.'l 50; nntlve oxen, aiuooth, 100O 10 140O lbs.
S I r.o.r.'l 75; native oxeo, roiiKb, HUM) to 1200 lbs,
82 f)i.?.t; eoinmon and meuiuin, mixed. all welKhta.
82 2.i(:i; Inferior and scalawags, M i.llif 1 10;
calves and sear. Inns, per bead. &4i II; e-.vtt and
calves, 815t?.J0. yo.s-best butchers' selections,
lMKlo 'jlio los, 81 25if 4 50; good to choice heavy,
fe4.?4 25; common, rough and light. S:i r.Dif:! 75.
1ep choice mutton grsde-, 10 to 110 lbs. 84 50
(15; medium. KO to PO lbs, 83 50U 1; oommon, per
he.ui, $1 50(22. ...
BX TKLKQRfllA
WILMINGTON, January 21. Spirits turpentine
dull, 40c
I.Ol'lHVILLK January 24.-Flour dull. Wheat
dull, 81 25(il 27. Com dull; white, 4tie; mixed,
4:j. Oats dull; white, 41c; mixed, 4'ic Kye
easier, CHO. Hay milet, Slrirtt 1. Pork sledily,8l:3 50.
Lard sti-ady: choice leaf, tierce, mvcjcuoice leat, kv,
Pa Hulk meals aolet, 4U. 0.70, 7n. Bacon stead);
shoulders, none; clear rib, 7'; clear, 7rsC. Su
gar-cured hums, va lUV-jc. wuisay urni, t ui.
NEW YOKK. J4ut1.nr 24 Flour dull and heavy;
superfine western and State. S4 il fro 10 Wheat
unsett.ed: ungraded snrliuc. SI 2Ki?lilO. Bye dull.
C.itfee dud; kto caigoes, 14( HlUc; job lots, 1414
triisc. KUKarutui; lair to g aij r. iiiurii. 140: 1 8.
Molas-es iiumlnally unchangeU; New Orleans, HKti
ROc. Kiee demand talr and market tinu. Pork
dull; mess, 812 :i7t2r?12 RO Lard Inactive;
prime steam. 7 6. hi i.tHc. Whisky nominal at
81 15
CINCINNATI. January 24 Flour dull; fam Iy,
85 OOrtrt 15; fancy, 81I 75. Wheat dull and nom
inal, 1 2H Com steady, 4:lo Oats tpi let, 40c H,o
duli.KoiSTc Barley dull and iorr. rise. Polk
dull, I2 75(5l:i. Lard uuiai. 7 'IRri 7.40s. Bula
meats unlet ; shoulders, 4'a-.; clear rib, 0 45(?tl.55e;
clear, tl K.xrt JOc Uaco 1 U:m; shouidctrs, 6I4C;
clear rib, 7i-c; clear, PjiJ. tireea meals steauy:
shoulders. 4ikc; sides, 014S. Hams, lU-pound
average, T-hti. WbUky wulet, 81 07.
ST. LOUId. January 24. Flour declining. Wheat
lower, demoralized, esiatclally March and April;
No.2red.81 20cuih,'ifl 21 February.81 25(21 2IU1
Alaica, 1 2,:is.-7 1 2!Kk April; No. 8 red, $1 17 bid.
Coin lower; U4'iC casn. .'I4I03 January, :i."a:lt:fHC
Fehruirr, :ii!li :t ,ist Mar. b, :tll(r:i7as May. Oa s
lowir: Uitaij February, arJHa":iiiiC Match. Kye
duil, 70c bid. Whisky dull, St07. Pork lower,
812 r5 cash, 812 li. M trch. Iry salt meats dull
and lower, 4 (24. In, 0.40r 0 50. !.ri5r2rt.ri5-. Ba
con easy, BI4, s'is, IVa:. Lard lower, 7 il0c.
NSW OnLKANS. Januiry 24 Kioar-hlghor
grades deollned, $i(2rt75. Corn, 55(757o Oats,
52ti5:lo Cornnieil, :i 25. Iliy-prime, 828.2)
24; cnolce. 0(707. pk (Inner; old, l:l 50;
new, SIB 75. Lard llerce. Kcrsl-; keg, hac Bulk
meats shoulders, loose. 4 4Urf 4 50; psc,.-J, 4.50
fr4 H2V; clear nb. 0 75!'7rt 7la; cl-sir. 7 .121(2
7 -25. Bacon shouldera, 51,0c; clear rib. 7l274'8',
ciear. 8'r Mine, bugar-cured uatns-evivased pltTi
lOljj. Whisky woatern reclllled. Si 05(21 lO.
Collee P.io, cargoes, ordinary to prims, l;iVjj(?l7c.
att:ar -Interior, 5tac; common, Hu i7!HC; fair lo
fully fair, 7UriJPa ; prime to choice, 7t;J8c; yel
low clarblec, rsVatt'sa. Molasses -common, iUitb
:tle:falr, !J42:iiic; eeutrtlugal. !i()(240c; prime lo
strictly prime, 41(245c. Hx, tja'i 7s4C
CHICAGO. January 24. Flour dull and hravy;
holders lu order to sell seem unwilling to make con
cessions. Wheat unsettled and almost pautckj;
ciosejl heavy; No. 2 spring Chicigo, SI Vi'M cash,
SI I4:l4 Feutuary, 81 lrl March; saiesat$l 15(5)
1 JSts March; No. ii spring Chicago. 81 02. Com
active out weak and lower, and clos d heavy; !!5,x('r)
ik.tlAe,u..:'ia Ft brnarr, 4.UaU Mai: sales al aihhi
i4Jlh Mai; reje-lml. :l:u. 0 its unsoUlei Huu
lower; :t:io cash, ;117ho February, 31! Slay. Rre
dull and nominal, 7 Ho. Barley lu gooo demand and
prices a shade blt-her, 7rl(2rS0c. Pork active but
weak and lower; 8 1 2 40 cash, 8 1 2 45a 1 2 471,8 Feb
ruary. 812 00 bid Jl.irel Lrd active but weak and
lower; 7 i!5o cash, 7'lo bid Febrjary, 7tsc March,
hulk meals dull and prices a shade U-wer, 41.1, 7,00
ti 7.750. Whisky, 81 OS.
BT TELEGRAPH.
NKW YOltK, January 24. The market continues
fairly active and veiy nrm. Cotton goods are In good
demand and light supply at first hands. New sprh g
sty ! a are selling brl.-kly. Lonsdale, Houe nr.d
Blix'ksttine bie-ichod sheetings have advanced 4".
W olen goods are nnchangeu. Foreign gooils rule
timet, but are luiiTOving as pieparatlona lor spring
trade pronross.
lv.IV BR NVVS.
Klverai nuil Yl'iattaur.
The follovtrinir oili nnl t.t'iln ivoa piirticu
lars conoemlng the condition of rWcrs and weather
at all important points:
OFrii'K BiriNAt, Skkvior U. 8. A. I
Mkmi'uih, Jsniiary L'4. INhO. f
Above low
water.
Ch-i'ite...
Ulse Fall
Inches Incbea
.5
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"i"
10
4
4
5
4
1
Feot.
inches
Chim
Cincinnati
Oavonport
D'.ibtiuue.
lie ena, Ark..
Keokuk
LoaveuT.Oith ..
l.uiio il.iok,...
LoulsTllla.
.ilempiila...
NashvHio
Nt orleitns.. .
Plitsbur
B:::ove(i'jrt... ,
St. Louis
Vlok-'jur
21
it
5
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XI
1:1
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METEOHO LOGICAL UEPOUT.
Time. Bw. I'ber Wind. Weather.
7:H0 a.m. H0.1S .'10 S K. Fair,
irtio p.m. 110 ltl 52 W. riear.
w::0 P.m. : tt 1.1 4 47 I K. Fogg-.
svi'imm llieriwoipeter. 5:1 .le.
Minimum tSermometer. 115 den.
U. X. FLiNNKUY, Corp. dlgual Corps, U. 8. A. .
II y TrloicrDti.
NASHVILLE, January 24 Blver sUtlonary, wttb
8 feet on the shoals.
PlTTSBimtl, J.inuary 24 River 8 reel it Inches
and stationary. Weather clear and pleasanL
LOl'ISVIl.LK, January 24.-Rlver falllnf, with
1 0 feet 4 Inches In the canal and K feet 4 inches on
the fall. Weather cloudy and chilly.
KVAN3VILLK. January 24.-Hlver falllnar. with
2.'l feet h Inches by the gauge. Weather clear and
cool: mercury, RO deg Hown: Bedford, il pm; Vir
gla Lee, rt pm; New Mary tioustou, 7 pm.
8r..LOUI6, January 24. River fell 4 Inches, wPb
10 feet rt Inches by the gauge Weatlicr-clear and
Pleasant. Iieixirttd: My Choice, Calm, W. P. HaPl
day. New Oi leans. City ot tire nvllle, Vicksburg.
CINCINNATI January 24. River 22 feet Inches
and tailing. Weather clear and cool. Arrived:
Robert Mitchell. New Orleans, last n'gtiL Departed:
U. P. bchenck. New Oi leans; Cons Miliar, Memphis.
VICKSBITHG. Janusry 24. Weather clear and
cool; thermometer, rl5 deg. River risen I Inch.
Up: Charles P. Chouteau, 2 am: Commonwealth, 4
am: Will Kyle, V last night: i rand Tower. 11 am.
luwn: Thomas Sherlock, 1 1 am
NEW ORLEANS, January 24 Weather clear;
thermometer, Rrl disj. Arrlvrsl: lirand I ake No.
2 anil barges. K. M. Norton and barges. SL Louis;
Florida, Plltalmrg. Departed: tioldeu Crown, Ciu
clnnall; Annie P. Silver, St. Louis.
CAIRO, January 24 Noon. Arrived: James D.
Parker. Mamiibls, 1 am; James W. Uatf, Cln. lnnntl,
lata; blinpsou Burner, Pittsburg. 1 am; t fieri, s
Morg in, ctnciiuiatl, 4 am; Alice Brown and Kckert,
New Orletns, rt am; Job 11 A Scudder, New Orleans,
7 am; tioltlen Rule. New Orleans, U am. Imparted:
Simpson Horner. Pltisbnrg. 1 am; Hold Dust, New
Orleans, rt am: James 11. Parker, Cincinnati, il am;
James W. Gall, Vemphls. a am; John A. Scudder,
St. LouU, II am; Golden Rule. Cincinnati, noon.
Weather-clear and pleasant Night River 34
feet 2 Inches, and fulling Weather clear; ther
mometer, 48 deg. Arrived: Colorado, y.empbts. 4
pm; Ste. Genevieve. St. I.OUI. 7 pm. Depaitod:
Charles Morgan and James Howard, New Orleans,
4 pm.
Jltveneat at the Levee.
ARRIVALS.
Bella Memphis and E. O. Stannard, St. Louis;
Katie Hooper, Arkansas river; Shields. Commerce.
DEPARTURES.
K O. Stannard. New Orleans; Mark Twain, Dyers
burir: Shields. Council Bend: Belle Memphis, St.
Louis; Josle Harry, White river; Katie Hooper, Ar
kansas river.
BOATS DUE.
fte Charles Morgan, Gold Dust, Jas. Howard,
Osor-oia Bslie, bllverthorn, Sle. Genevieve, Bedford,
J. W Gall.
f Jaiiieal.ee. ' ttachlta Belle, Shields, Hattle
Kowland. B.ttesrllle.cuy ol Vicksburg.
BOATS I.KAVINO TniS DAY.
Vn.'Ksni-K -Gold Dust, J. T. M'Cord master. 10
a.m. 1
Nrv Oiu.kans Charles Morgaa, Alt Stelu mas
Pr. 12 m.
Sr Loria-Clty of Vicksburg, Robert K. Blley mas
ter. 5 P ui.
Vw" 1 wi v o - Tames Howarrl. James O'Neal
in.KK, l.i a.: a.
i'Alr IJSMT.Vl'. HOSPAV
V. ihrr -. AjirsL Slaoh Lerv . iate.', ,",
t)Hcoo:r. 3cll, i. . ii,(tiw n.aatdr,
u-.;trmlh..rt., L.fci ..t.
IL BkHU-8blelds. Wm. J. Ashford nui.,
.m-Jamea W. tiaff, Boliert W. Wise mas.
i-mfvlve, tieorge W. Vickers
Vi tEriTKHOAV.
.
lirls apples, R5 briipolatccs. Srt brls oiilotis, 30 tea
hama, XHO pkirs lard. 10 saoks coffee, 200 rolla bag
Btiift. 440 cases powder. 80 sacks corn, 79 doz-a
brooms, 1 coop chickens, MS bales cntton, iRbaga
seed cotton, 3 bead cattle, B4 hoes, 1:105 pkgs snn
drle. uevee Paracravba. .
Business oulet.
Weather clear and cool.
Tbe local packets were on time.
The Shields goes through to Council "end Monrlaj
eenlnet , : a
. The Mark Twain dof ; Jtoii yeateraai evening for
Pyarsboret
T!.e Coahoma Is the regular Tuesday packet for
Vicksburg and tbe bends.
Tbe E. O. Stannard passed down yesterday for New
Orleans without landing here.
The Batesvllle, Captain O. K. Joplln, Is the Tues
day packet for St. Franc's river.
Tbe Hattle Nowland. Captain J. J. Darragh, Is the
Tuesday packet for Arkansas river.
Mr. Frank Baker, of the Marine Journal, Is In tbe
city Id the Interest of bis valuable paper.
The Josle Harry H.eptirtod last evening for White
river rlth a good trip of freight and passengers.
The receipts by river yesterday were 7t4 bales cot
ton, 24 bags seed-cottoo: 52 1 sacks cotton-seed.
Tbe St. Gsnevleve. Captain George W. Vickers, Is
the Anchor-liner Monday evening for8t, Louis.
The City of V Icksburg, Captain Robert K. Riley, Is
tiie Anchor-line packet this evening for gt Louis.
7 be Future Cuy and barges passed down yester
day tor New Orleans, bhe added a loaded barge
here.
The Sllverthorn. Captain Henry Cxper, Is tbe
packet Monday eveolng for Ashport. Nell Booker,
clerk.
Tbe James Howard, Captain James O. Neal,
passes down this mornlcg, at ten o'clock, for New
orlan9.
The Osceola Belle, Captain 3. ti. Andrews. Is tbe
packet Monday tvenlDg for Osceola. B. O. Mlcheil
In the olllce.
The Gold Dust Is tbe Ancber-Ilner this morning
for Vicksburg and tbe bends; Captain i. T. M'Cord
In command.
Tbe James Lee. Captain Stack Le Is tbe packet
Mondav evening for Friars Point and all way land
ings, f.loyd W. Whitlow Is ber clerk.
The Ouachita Belle, Captain Mark R Cbeek, Is the
packet Monday evening for Arkansas City and all
way landings. A. L. Cummings Is ber clerk
.The Evansvllle Journal, of Friday, says: Frank
Allison, of the Coahoma, was here yesterday nego
tiating for the charter or purchase of the Gilbert."
Tbe Belle Memphis arrived yesterday morning
from St. Louis with 48rt3 packages freight, and re
turned last evening with Stt'J bales eastern-bound
cotton.
TPe Charles Morgan, Captain Albert Stein, will
pass down to day. at twelve o'clock, for New Orleans
and all Intermediate landings. Barry W. Stein bas
charge of her olllce.
The James W. Gaff, Captain B W. Wise, will ar
rive to-day. and will leave again to-morrow evening
at five o'clock for all points 00 tbe Ohio river as far
as Cincinnati. W. H. Cropper will be found in
charge of ber office.
Captain James Petersoni who for several months
bas been serving as passenger agent at this place,
will leave-to day for New Orleans, where be will
locate m passenger agent for tbe SL Louis and
Keokuk Northern line and other river packets.
In another column appears the decision ot Judge
Pierce, ot the Shelby county circuit court. Involving
a suit for ninety thouand dollars, brought by tbe
Elliott brothers against Shelby county for the seizure
of the Legal Tender and other boats soma years ago
1 be directors of tbe Keokuk Northern line held a
meeting at St. Louis Wednesday, and elected the
following otllcers to serve during the year 1880: W.
F. Davidson, president; F.L.Johnson, secretary and
treasurer; John Baker, general superintendent Ex
ecutive committee: Peter Courad and A. M. Hutchinson.
The Cincinnati Commercwl or Thursday says : "At
a meeting of the stockholders of tbe Eureka Insur
ance company, on Monday, tbe following gentlemen
were elected directors for the ensuing year: C. M.
Holloway, John Kyle, A. Pfirrmann, j D Parker,
jonn J. niipe, John rtyao, rnomas buenock Geo.
Slliner. James 8. Wise. Yesterday Captain John
Kyle was re-elected president, Mr. J. S. Townle tec
retary, and Mr. Frank Rotbler assPtant secretary. A
semi-annual dividend of six per cent, was declared
payable on demand, me Kureka is noted as the
most famous marine Insurance, as well as commer
cial Insurance company, In tbe Ohio and Mississippi
valleys, carrying more risks than any other dozen
coin:i inles, and witu success. Captain John Kyle Is
also (iresiueni or me l nnerwnters wrecKing com.
puny, of which Captain Reea W. Dugan Is superin
tendent." Manifest of steamer James W. Gaff, from Cincin
nati to Memphis P Armstrong, 4 bdls lounges; G
Bin 0.4 brls wine; Ames. Bed tile Sc Co, 16 pkvs fur
niture; Bryson 4 Camp. 40 bils chairs; WAS Bruce
& Co. 00 axle ends; J J Busby A Co. 70 kegs nails;
Cole & Co, 40 pkgs glass; J H CofUn A Co, 1 cask
glassware, 00 pkgs glassware, 2 brls olUErbACo,
1 40 brls poistoes, 25 tubs butter; C N Erich, 0 pkgs
glassware; Hadden A Farrtngton, 1 case cigars;
Hanson & Co, 12 cases canned goods; M J Henochs
berg. 1 box brackets; Captain Hardwlck. 1 box sun
dries; H Uenning, HK empty brla; Memphis cuy
mills. 47 empty brls; Memphis oil mills, 50 empty
brls: S Manslleld, R2 I'xs bottles; George Mitchell,
.'111 pkgs furniture; John Msnogue, 3(5 pkgs Iron; Or
gill Bros.V Co, 1 box hardware; Price. Jones A Co, 4
bdls paner: Powell, M'Dougal A Co, 282 sks seed; L
T Risk Co. 8 pkgs woodware; L Rosenbaum, 10
doz chairs; B J Seinmes 4 Co, 10 hf brls whisky, 10
l;r nrs wine; -oulDern oil works, 180 empty brfs; A
M Stoddard, 0 doz chairs ; Spratt. Johnson A Co, 100
pkgs Hour; J K Speed Co, 348 brls pototoes, 42
bales hay. tiirO bags corn: H A Tropper, 2 skiffs;
James A Graham, 8 bdls wheels, llrt axle ends;
Mrs Thlxton. 2 Pkgs mdse: Woodruff A Oliver. 4:4
kegs sho-s; G W Joues A Co, 4 pkgs li k; W N wil-
Kerson a. aj. iweiuwr cans 14 pars glassware;
WAS Jack, 1 1 1 pkgs glass; William Kirk. 1 horse;
FM White A Co, 150 kegs nails; Lylle A Shields.
12 cases goods; order, 4:0 bales bay, 171 brls meal,
310 empty brls; W D Lucas, 2 skiffs and oars:
M Unwell A Co, lit sks corn, 50 brls meal. 40 brls
potatoes; Krb A Co, 10 brls potatoes; J K Speed A
Co. 10 brls potatoes; W A Farrls, 8 bd mules, 1
horse Tbe Gaff will be at tbe wharf on Sunday
morning and have ber freight discharged ready for
delivery Monday morning. Consigners will please
bear In mind. She will leave Monday evening, Jan
uary 2itttl. positively.
45 ltwrs Before the Public
THE GENUINE
Dr. C. HcLANE'S
LXVEIl PILLS
are not recommended as a remedy " for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, McLANE'S LIVER PILL.
Zach wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLank and Fleming Bros.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMIXG BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name JIclAine, spelled, differently but
same pronunciation. X
INVALIDS
AND OTHERS SEEKTSa
meal,
STRENGTH AND ENERGY,
TCTHOUT THE HSE OF DRtTGS, ARE RE
QUESTED TO BEND FOR THE ELECTRIC
REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR
NAL, WHICH IS PUBLISHED
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IT TREATS upon HEALTH, HYGIENE, nd PhyaW
chI Culture, and i a complete encyclopedia of
Information for invalids and those who' Butter from
lSfrvous, Exhamtting and Painful Dineasett. Every
subject that bears upon health and human happineaa,
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tioutt asked by suffering invalids, who have din paired
of a cuit, are annwreu, and valuable information ia
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The subject of KbrctriC Bells rerun Mfdicine, and
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l sutl.-riug humanity, are duly conmdered and ex
plained. YOUNG MEN
And other, who suffer from Nervous and Physical Te
hilitv. Loss of Manly Vigor, Premature E haunt ion
and the many ploomy consequences of early indiscre
tion, etc., are especially bene tiled by consulting ita
contents.
The KI.ECTRTO REVTEW exposes the unrjoitiftated
fraud' practiced by quacks and medical itnpoators who
pruft'H to 41 practice medicine," and points out the
only safe, simple, and effective road to Health, Vigor
ami" Bodilv Kuerev.
HtMid your address on postal card for a copy, and
information worth thousands will bo sent you.
Address, the publishers,
PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO.,
COR. EIGHTH & VINE STREETS, CINCINNATI. Ot
THE
GREAT
ALLEN'S
LUNG BALSAM
Con arlia, Colrta. foninmpllon.
Aslltma. tirontilti. and ll
other Throat and Lung AflV
lion. fOndonfrttM- ry the Hreaa)
A fhyalrlakna. Tt-lien bythoin
afinila and anktmrul svl way
It hava no lOqujal.
S0l0 EVERYWHERE."
REMEDY
FOR
CURING
NOTICE
To Owners and Captains of Steamboats
Navigating M. Francis Klrer.
VTEMPHIS AND LITTLK BOCK RAILROAD, 1
1X Officb Uknbril Hanaukk,
Little Hock. Ark., January 12, 1880. )
C3r7The DrawbrtcUre orer the St. Francis rlvsr, at
Madison, Arkansas, will Ni replaced bj an Iron struc
ture during this month, and tbe necessary false work
will obstiuct tbe draw-span channels of the bridge
so tbat no boat can pass irom about the 18 th Ins tan
to the 18th of Februarr, 1880.
RUDOLPH FINK, General Manager.
o
N and after this date, tbe price of Powder will
tie as follows:
Kegs, SU 25; One-balf keg, 83 37;
One-quarter kegs, SI 82; Blasting, 83 60 per keg.
J. T JEFFKR30N,
Agent Dupont Powder Co.
JOHN K. BPEKD A CO.,
Agent Lading A Rand Powder Co.
Memphis. January 1. 1880.
MARDI-GRAS!
Masks and Costumes
for liMdlpa and fcieutleusea Aew
mark, la UreaC Variety.
Saml May, Costumer,
SJ33 JIAIN NTBKIT.
J. K. ItL,ACK.
- Kirth trj
OOiee Kealdcaiee
A tuki . J".? money. 1 will sf 11 Monuments,
Tablets and Ueadstones, for thirty days, at tbe
actual cost o; inatCTial and labor on IL Come soon
and get a bargain, at
Thomas Maydwell's Marlile Yard,
8S Union St. iwt. Main'aiwl Second.
J.S.STANTON & CO.
COTTO.V FACTORS
Ami Commission Mpjchants,
W FRONY STREET, SIEMPKIS.
-'-T " "Ofi
U K Inds of Country Produce.
j.aTporrest&gq
Ho
MarDlBveryCneaB
s
men s m
1 . : . 1 '".
TBK 0LTK3T FSTiBLISEED
TOBACCO AND CIGAR
House In Memphis, offer to tbe Trade, at close fig
ures, an Immense Stock of Goods In tbelr
line, prominent among wblcb are
1 00 butts Lone Star,
100 butts June Bag,
Dime and Nickel Pieces-
50 butts Star Navy,
50 butts llorsehoe' Navy,
All Sizes.
50 butts Golden Charm Twist,
50 butts Drummond's Hard and
. Soft I'r. at. Leaf, .
2500 lbs lilackwell's Durham,
1000 lbs Dane of Durham,
1000 lbs Seal of North Carolina,
25 butts Calhoun Tobacco,
25 butts Uayard Tobacco,
25 butts I 02c Cabin,
25 butts 18. F. Gravely,
25 butts Peabody Twist.
From tbe Cbertpest ti tbe Ccstlles-t Im
ported HaJiUis.
A full line of MfxrBchum Hoods. 8ole Agents In
Memphis for V inlty I-air C garettts.
STERNBERG & LEE
I3 STBRKT.
Ayer's
Sail' Viff07
FOR F.E STORING GRAY HAiR TO ITS
- fMTURAL VITALITY AND COLOR. "
It is a most ngreealile dressing, -winch
is at once harmless and effocltial, for pre
serving the hair. It restores, with the
gloss anil freshness of youth, faded or gray,
light, and red hair, to a rich brown, or deep
black, as may be desired. Ily its use thin
hair is Ihiekened, and baldness often
though not always cured. It checks falling
of the hair immediately, and causes a new
growth in all cases where the glands ar
not decayed; while to hrashy, weak, of
otherwise diseased hair, it imparts vitality
and strength, and renders it pliable.
The Vigor cleanses the scalp, cures and
prevents the formation of dandruff; and,
by its cooling, stimulating, and soothing
properties, it heals most if not all of the
humors and diseases peculiar to the scalp,
keeping it cool, clean, and soft, under
which conditions diseases of the scalp and
hair are impossible.
As a Dressing for Ladies' Hair,
The Vigok is incomparable. It is color
less, contains neither oil nor dye, and will
not soil white cambric It imparts an
agreeable and lasting perfume, and as an
article for the toilet it is economical and
unsurpassed iu its excellence.
PREPARED BT
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
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 large stock or GAN KIXTITBRH,
Gas, Steam and Water-fittings and Fixtures. Pumps,
Hne, Bathtubs, eta Hits a large force of compe
tent workmen All work warranted. Agent for tbe
Hailaday WIND-MILLS. Orders solicited.
BROWNE, THE PLUMBER,
40 Madison Street.
W. A. F AIRES & CO
(Successors to J. B. 4 W. A. Falres), Dealers In
EIOSSSS and MULISS,
No. 55 Union street.
WK kwp constantly on band a choice selection
of Hordes and Mules. Eve ytblng guaran
teed as represented. Orders solicit!.
aiiTtca.
rrtaE undersigned has tten appointed admlnls
J irator of tie estate ot. -toetitia Duttllnger, de
ceased. All nerotts bavin; claims against said
estt ) are h?reb nctinen In tits same with me, prop
erly probated, v ithli. t e lime required by law, and
all persons rndetittd to Id estate will save costs
ny a timer pi sviiif-irirri. iiuaurn tml..
: - r-n.-i Clwitiiiig dyed in
desirable c-mii?1;
t-M'.i V
M - t !.
fc-J b .2 Cv VaV
3. t-4 i j -i
rr-.;.- in i.II fabric j uic.iueii without riDlun or
rmovin tljt ri :m vi:!. ;. Tir most elaborate r-arty
ani the;ttii il t'.t are thm elci;iuitly cleaned.
W M . U. T r A I A L ! " . 2S5 Wain ntau, Ci ncinnati, fX
t: t-'i " t in. ii-n 1 ! 1-MM - r.-fii 1 1 v (:wkei.
THE LIFE AND AD 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. DACU5, Pb. D.
THE only authentic record of the; d irlng deeds of
tbe shrewdest and most desperate binrlttn of
modern times. Published brtubsolptmn. AGENTS
WANTKD. Money can be coined by st-IIIng It. For
terms and cliculars, address tbe publisher.
w. a. BKYAN,
No. 602 N. Fonrth street, St. Louis. Mo.
trHorintion Free. For the speedy Cure of Sem
inal WeukufrSH, IiOM of lMunhood, and all diHorders
brontflit 011 by iinliKcivtiou or excess. Any Vruggiat
Joan th inwrtlit'Tith. Address
Davidson fc co. rs Nasian tst.. N, y.
SAMDEL Mil,
The Shirt Tailor,
235-MAIN-235
The only Manufacturer tbat makes his
IJond in this city. BEST SHIRTS TO
ORDER FOR $2. Perfect in Make,
Style and Quality.
Complete Stock of Shirts and Men's
Furnishings in stock.
DAVID H4STISGS... . ..PROPRIETOR.
THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN BENOVATED AND
refurnished, and Is now open for the aooommo
datlon of regular boarders and the traveling public
MERRITT'S
OKtFG E51POKIU31,
195 l'oplar St., BSempbiti.
THE attention of physicians and families Is called
to the Purity and Freshness of my stock of
Drugs. Chemicals, Liquors, etc , whlcb I selected
with great care. 1 call my customers' especial atten
tion 10 the fact that I NKV'.K LEAVE THE STORK,
and compound all prescriptions accurately. I am
constantly manufacturing fresh Tinctures, Elixirs,
Syrups, etc. J. P. MERBITT. 1H5 Toplar St.
KELLEY&1.VCADDEN
WHOLESALE
-AND-
COTTON JFACTOKS
414 Main street, Memphis.
Dissolution,
rpHK firm of rILL 8YKE3, composed of John
J. A. Hill and Frank T. Sjkes. doing a general
Dry Uoods business at LUCY. T nnes-see, is dis
solved, John A Hill astumtng all liabilities, and la
alone authorized to settle trie business of the late
arm. . HILL A SYKK3.
VJotio A. Hill will continue the business un
dar tbe Una style of
JORM A. niXL A C
rtTK arp bw reoeHlng by mil antl steamers tm-
yy , .... : ,r. ; i,..-lm'e-t of l:i- f -'Hwlng
. l.kl'Lh ASU lA.,ol UiiOOillilAO.
Osean Konm. Plant's Extra and Ashland Flour.
Pmri Meal, Hominy, (irlts and Oatmeal.
Buckwheat, t.raham Flour and CrtutKed Wheat
Tinu, Coffee, Sugars, MolasMW and byruiw
Butter, Cheese. Hi.n, l.ard and Bacon.
A full line of Plain aud franoy Crackers.
reMrves, Jellies. Fruit Butter.5 mand lOfnpalla
fjiu-Kies. by meaauoii.
, rf. .ft.Jat. 1, V- -A : I
T.F
Won louse !
MEW 0OODS!
-i.rn. Pears. tiag
J.T. FARGASO0 CO.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors.
3C9 Front street, Memphis, Tennessee,
AMI
Cotton Factors and Commission Mercnants
190 ttravier street, Aew Orleans. Lift.
ITS HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH OF OUR HOUSE AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET THX
VV wants of our trade, and ermslirnmnnM of notion will have careful atantlon.
Chickasaw Iron Works!
Handle cto Jjivonnoro, Xxrc-ip'iBi
98 Second St., opp. Market 8qnare, Slempliis.
IHIHi OFES-HATE NOT BKFA CLiOr4I-Have on band a stock of Klabet, Broaka,
Albertson. and ether Btandard
nd are prepared to promptly OU all orders for work In the Foundry and Machine-shop Llns
EOWLETT,
.
Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant,
No. 355 Front street, 5eraili, Term.
W. X. BowdTOt
Itoatii
I
IRE, MALOI k CO.
COTTON FAOTOES,
28C Front street 0cJ8&$lS?f Memphis, Tenn.
91. Uavli
John H.Sal 11 van.
M
. GAOT
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors,
And Commission Merchants,
Q O S Front Gtroot, IVIoxxxpiAis, Tonn.
Between Adatnw mid .fetTerAont.
Our MAJOR T. J. COWGILL devotes btswnole time to tbe WeU-'hlng and Sale of all Cotton Intrnstac tc
itnrrhHiyii We have nnr own Cnrrnn Warehonne. mrrpr Wnhtnirtriri and fWcond.
W30XESALE
nn 17 nnm
1.
Mil UUUM
Gits' Fnisltt
Southeast Cor. Fifih
tgEncooragrcd by the snecess achieved in St. Louis dnrin? the past Fea&on, we
have rented the large and spacious storeroom ou Mcntheabt Corner i iftli and St.
Charles Streets, formerly ocenpied by Dodd, Crown & Co., where we shall bare in
creased facilities to exhibit one of the most complete stocks of Dry Goods, Notions
and Forni8biiigr Goods in the city.
Anticipating the advance in goods, we have made oar purchases early, and are
th its enabled to compete with the lowest market prices in the conn try. Our friends
may be assured that their orders will be lllied satisfactorily. OCR MEMPHIS
HOUSE will also ofier, as heretofore, all facilities to our generous friends.
MIC
K. Ii. COCHRAN.
ciiCSiiiAft a, fid
aAVCFlCTCREKS O'
Lumbo
Ioer8. Basil and Blludu, and nil kUt&s of i'acklnjf Boxes.
OBlce and Yard, foot of Waits Ingtcn St. I Haw and Planing Kills, North end Savy Td
SALESBOOM CORNER OF CMON AND FRONT STREETS.
1H em ph is 'Cen nessee.
J. B. GODWIX.
L. D. 3JULLISS. Jr.
Cotton Factors and Oommission Merchants
333 Front street, eor. Union, Memphis.
Partirnlarwtfention given tohe hand lriigof coitnn while in slied
SAPOLEUA HILL
COTTON
296 and 298 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS TEJiJf.
QTAgenta for lie elobrwtctt
The Star Shirtmaher and Gents' Furnisher,
HAS REMOVED TO
KO. 203 MAIX STR ET, 3 IMIUliS rOUTTI OF MAOISM,
(Formerly occupied by German National Bank.)
FIR8T-CL.ASS GOOS3& A"r LOW 1ESICES.
COTTON
AkTiii
300 FRONT ST.
W. I.
albreath.
COTTON FACTORS,
tS5ur Warehouse (Mutual Morale Company) is no w open, ready
to reeeive mllon. on which we will make lileral ontsh Riivaneea. -
(LATK WHffELEK. PICKENS 4 CO.)
Wholesale Dealers in Wosd and Willow-ware
PAPER BAGS.
x. mi
raper ouckbis, rrijl
Paper Plates,
Paper Lap-Boards
OPPOSITE
PEABODY HOTEL
P As we do not employ traveling agents, we repectful!y reque our frlenes In the surrounding countr
to send tbelr orders to us and will guarantee to tbem Low st Prices In the city for goods In our line.
Mm Oa B n 1 tT&Pju
W" WK are happy to annoi
to our friends
I NIN HTKKKT. prepa
to serve tbem as
shipments of cotton to us ulioiil
be to MEMPHIS.
including everything In the grooe
line, lotretber with
Our entire force bas returned and
re in namess. n
eotton.
promising our best efforttrWo protects '
strictly for cash, and thereby gafct "
Our
.. C. TKKADWEI L r-
I, f. Uowdre
Tavt, Clark.
M. J.Clark.
and St Charles slreets
SI. A. IOCHBAS.
H a
S. M. MeCALLTJM
iL?E ttJ.I L.
FACTORS
AND
CGH. THIRD AND LOCUST STS.,
ST. LOUIS MISSOURI,
Carver Cotton-Kins.tS
FACT
MEMPHIS.
J. Bt. Fowlkes.
TOYS,
Carpet Sweepers,
Spinning Wheels,
Clothes Wringers,
. Slalooe.
Sd Go.
Mi
and
gies,
SMI
fmmW OPPOSITE
PEABODY HOTEL
well Gs,
and eustonl
i f&at we are again at our post, iv i
formerly.
We have 1
Hlg Closed uur uvux III Ol. XAJLlta, all
liuplete stock of fresii UreurK-t.,
nrvt-ci
'eii laciuiies ror nananng me tpi.
rters for groceries and ahlpmmiis or
I'ligrneir ouaine. us- J
Jo m v oompetiuon.
rin to near in
CHICKASAW
GlIimtJG GO.
Nos. 81 to 87 Madison St.,
-A BE prepared to handle cotton with machinery
J. of the most approved character, comprising
tbe best Clesien, feeders, aad tke nat
Camplete Holler ttiaa and Cesdeatara
kiowi. Prices will be as low as those of any
first-class gin In Memphis. No charges for drayage
from the nver to the gins, or delivery to the mer
chants to whom consigned. AU cotton sblpped di
rect to ns full; Insured In our epen poller. Sacks
sent free of charge, on the shortest notice. 61ve as
a trial. We refer, by permission, to tbe following
responsible and well known firms t
Hill, Fontaine A Co. Forstenhelm ft Well ford.
Brooks, Neeiy a co. A.c.Treadweu to.
Herron, Haynes co.
J. J. Bu.bt Co.
M. L. Meacham Co.
Shoemaker, Joplln A Co.
Kstes. Doan A Co.
Hadden A Farrtngton.
tf UUH, VI VV. U U w.
J. T, Fargason Co.
Porter, Taylor Co.
Taylor, Arnold A Co.
Fader, Frank A Co.
otswarv wynne A vo.
OHO SCHWILL&Co
OFFEB AT LOWEST PRICES
New Crop Grass Seeds
ONION-SETS, WHEAT,
EYE, AND BDIST'S PREMIUM
GARDEN SEEDS!
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Aparsgus and Rhubarb Boots,
Strawberry Plants, etc. Also,
Wrapping Paper, Paper-Bags and Twines.
223 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
A orw and romplet mm TO WKDUN K,
coctaiDintr Chapters oa A Competent Woman
hood. belertioD of wife. Evidences of Virgin
itv. TtUMramiiili. Kierllilr. iniwi lo Rrulsv
Miwa. V,rV fn.li im wmb, I'rf W, A Mura.it, Msaari4.
fiwi ..tl-a. PiogU Lib rwa,., 1... J lunw md tawtm
..WiMm. i.MttntrW.H, IV.'-.-iMjVi.n.t'x
It U aiao m H Private Medio! Adviser oa duos r.
oltinf from impurt sexual asftooiations. And na sclf-stHAss 4 Ik
usOit
t-4 saJl
arW UU, KMlf Ka
i-btM. a avaas 4mS .
m adk sat, all L
t fW4 fcrai
mA uryattw t-vfc. aa M alW fm0mm, wKlt m
(f. B.tU IsrrHa. all tmw tlwr.af tVwaa I
ItaWl.lW AJSrvM.
i ttMfawaaaaV
Vn. BUTTS PISPIrfSAUTi
Ho. It . wth t Wt. IiK,
A SEW Km. 81
Mosler, Bahmann & Co.'s Safe,
KK tNrmRfl HlflR. t
CHEAP FOR CASH
APPLY AT THM nrPICK.
PKaiiTIOai FBKK
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE of Seminal Weakness,
Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by
indiscretion or excess. Any druggist nas me ingre
dlents. DR. JAQUF3 CO., t
130 Wmt HlTtn lrot. Hlni-lrtna y
PRESCRIPTION FREE
"ITIor the speedy Cure of 8mtnal Wemlcnesa, Iams
X Slanbood, Premature UtrtiiUty, Nervousnesa,,
Despondency, Confusion of Ideas, Aversion to Socie
ty, Defective Memory, and aU Disorders Brought on
by Secret Habits and xccssea. Any dma-fist has the
ingredients. AdOrCM, pR. JAQUES & CO..
130 West Sixth Street. CINCINNATI. OHIO.
J. FIdAHERTY &CO
rUKDKKTAxiKKS,
And Manufacturers of Flaherty's Patent
Preserving Casket or Corpse Cooler,
S17 and 818 sGCOND ST.. MEMPHIS
WK keep on band fuL lines of Metallic So
Walnut, Rosewood Finished Casket and
Cases, trimmed In the highest style of art. ureters
Mn or T.liwurb will bt rimmr.flv Hiiwl.r o n
Exclusive Memphis Areaey.
R. G. CRAIG- & CO.
ttENUINK F.TKA KARLY
Orchard. Herd. Timothy, Oover
wSeeds.
BBIWLKY HTF.EL
lEaO-WrTS,
Together with a large stock of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
And Brass and Garden Seeds,
at the large and commodious store,
SOI Mala Street.
Ufc. & CO.
iTTl?7ABnrV any esse rf
Ituinp-or loerrtted PIslaIi
flfeBinf.'H lileUeuicd
fuils to cure, tiivts immediate)
relief, cnrvcaFff of on stand
inKinl week.ortlmary enses in 2
days. boti. Bold bnU
drorit. T. P. Mtxxj:ti, M.D.,
4ti MirnM Kt. Philn.. Pa,. Sole
,netoT. Advice free in All di-ea, Call or write.
VA
'TION- mpjtrr on DOttie t ynoo prtntxt t
W JONK8 . CO. Aanta. 2R7 Mutn trw
AND
CHAMPION 6IKs A Kit UCLLERH
FOB SALK AT
EHOBART & CO.'S, 366 Front, Memptils.
, Farm in Korth Alabama.
rHAVE one of tbe most desirable farms In North
Alab ana, coLtalnlng 650 acres, which I will sell
In a body, or in two tracts of nearly equal size, it
adjoins Tuscumbla on tbe northwest. Spring Creek
runs through it. and It lies along the Tennessee river
for nearly a mile. There Is a fine 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 of timber and firewood
on tt, and is one of tbe most healthful localltlt-s
In North Alabama. Only one red to raise money for
a special purpose, and a great bargain may be bad
by a cash buyer within the next thirty data.
A. H. KELLER.
37Cssiu1te, LGiliSVILLEj KY.
ra- fiuecM-lnl. J- - an ( c sm (-n.v-
forma "f FKnrATF.,
cr. ro ;ii ft t errata cvua Imi-otency.
: - t'.i ol -.;f-f;u?- ii foutii, !"ual owi-vJ in ica
7-t vr ti:.tt r:t- -. it 1 f.ii"! if ai.aifOJ i.e fol-
: v. . i;.' -, t-- ir i.i:i':--i.ii-i. raijrM
fv.-l. :.v I-fr.t.-1. tiuti-M Ot i.'-'bt, I"irc'iv V' n.f . - hy
- . . tf 'j .v. :iu:;t- ou 'j-.2, . AC. u tS..-Utr il 'i-alt
''..it'j'wi ot Ii- n!, !.-; of f5. vi.al Fowyr. 1-.. n ufler.a
u.n. .tt Lr.ti.r.-i- r cr nalirp Tt! t:irT.'ihT al y:.
.o'.!Ti.rt.L SVPIilJiiy Pu,iuV' Ay IWJ
iLl'iat;- Jn-vat-e .-I'u-iu; Gonorrhea .
GliiEiT S'rkiiAfi, Orclutis, HerLi. ur iXjtuiti,
-"ii- a ,miu. '.t prirau tlifi3cs q.iickl? cured.
iiSvtr-'virt that a phy aetata ulio pars ttrdAlrtrtini
tosciLaiii flf.-j -f ri. coat.-.a. au1 treatmw ih' umdi C3T
flly. aroBir rft siilL PJivician kcowingw fct oheo
-pec ri trtrr.'l ;-rv bo r..T crt. WIk'd it i iorunrrtiimt la
riMt the citT for tr-iwtf, terrHfiuM caa be sent privaUuy
tv. rI? Uf ai-l r rxpreM Ay.hrr.
Cures GoaraAtoed in all Casec
andortatn. -,
Cti;--.;Utlo't r-any t T lKtW tr9 StW ttrH,
".-rr-a Tr.rmoaVe wt efwrc-foudca'V atric'ly Qua ftrtaai tat
PRIVATE COUNSELOR
ir 'jOO rmrea, ol t ny adsraaa, -.-curel aeattd, for ttiirt?
' ocot. Phoald te read av aiL, Ad.lrew at bcT
bourn fr.n P. at. BodAa Ita.l J
DISSOLUTION.
THE partnership Heretofore existing between J.
W. Llndsey and 3. W. Good'iar. undr-r 'bestyle
and firm name r.t Llndst-y. Gootlbar A Co., is this
day dissolved, J, W, Llndsty retiring.
J. W. LINDSEY.
Januarys. 188a J. w. tiOODBAK.
T Having this day purchased tbe entire Interest
of J. W. Llndsey In tbe business o: Llndsey, Wood
bar & Co., we assume all liabilities and are alone
authorized to settle tbe old business of said hrm.
We will continue the Wholesale Hat Business at tbe
old stand, 82M Main street, and will have an entire
new and complete stock of Spring Goods, to wblcb
we invite the attention of our former patrons and
the trade generally. J- w- WOODHAR A CO.
I raws MASK!
STifM A. .Btircl. Ntwuri Muliml, .ffMtiv.
. I Itemed. Car Itv. ur.lv .d nrnmo. u.
cur. ot aemlnml SmlMlon. .nd ImpoUmcy bv ih. .l,
m. .... rt. . Uvxm ApplKMM. t. th. prUicp&l .-w. t. P Tb.
k at il md . iTLiwUd wa m mi. u. id,,.i,iiwi ud 6amm M.
latarhr. wt. th. orduu, jmwmhs of af. Ti. moi. ti aMM bM
tool th. IM. 1. mt, wnr. M. Md 1. u. . pnfmiiMwl TImt.
. a. .iniwi., .fcM. tlu. ...iniu., Pndt ,...,i.n i.inlw m ..
MtUd by (h MdMaJ hu.iw It hstla bmM rMutkAl nm dweov
rad wf witiit aad ouriaf laka vrj prmUat crouUa. Tha IV Iy m
t t mm m aaaa n tt ikr sia, H. I (Im:M a M). tJ; Ha. Z (nflk-Mtn M
ll'ei a wiauiti cara. u.m. i war. 'aai. tS. W. 1 ( a kn.
-a rtm ifar .a U wr !. fT. Stat rkf aa. mM s
(Saw tm a ttatnw PfM Pt. llwrvAtatAaWrk
M U BMat aapMal itwy ra a. Na'a ft aaaA. I
tad tmt ta Mm W lita. umm a-r aawW aWt ! Uc mm. J
HARRIS REMEDY CO. CHEMISTS,
M.rtrl and th Str,-f t. KT. UU IS, MO.
ARE YOUTNSURED?
C. R.WEIaL,FOKI&Co
General Insurance Agents,
Ko. 5 Oadlaon street, Memphis
IrtlRST-CLABS COMPAMEd R1,klCfjT t '
1 Lonn promntir ettlea. (wliOBBes and
1'jintrf wmvw specialties
"fill I CATC Un 0 nulirul Colored Picture
IULL-0AIC flUa t. Very inirenlou.. 7 olrecu lo
"""P '"' Pc'gt- Pr.B.Ci:BKT.Bkl.V.
.'-.T.llAWLIN
Wi
Ma. IImIwA
C4il but,
Lgi AkU mt I
Eife far mt, !
O- O- o
df 1 BO f. 1 I t
njc v I tt
J. C. NEELY.
S. H.
BROO
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 367 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. !.
ANDREW 8TEWAKT, AJDBEW I. WTTTSIK, J. H. HAILKT,
Sew Orleaaa. Heaaptals. MesmpXla
STEWART, GUYMEsCOJ
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
K?9. 356 eivi 35S Front St., Memphis, Tenn. ;
AH
Stewart Brothers k Co.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Meronants.
Nw Orleans. Tionf"-
KALPH trOBMElJ-Y.
s ran rTina
WDSIELfii
COTTON FACTORS !
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 338 Front street, : : : Memphis, Tenn.
tgyl.ilMral'anTarcP niado mi all Cotton eonslrnfa to '
C. It. Moore.
OORE. BAS
X o etloxs in
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Fvloldings,
"Xumber, Lath and Shingles,
351-353-359 Second street. : Memphis. Tenn.
BLANK BOOKS! SCHOOL BOOKS!
CLAPP & TAYLOR,-
BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS;
Blank Book Manufacturers and Job Printers,
GIO MainStreot, i i MoriiolalB.TorLia.
TTTE would Inform the Trade that our Stock or
V V Stationer, Is tbe largest tn ou city.
G, P. HUNT k CO.
WHOLESALE
GROCERS &m
306 FRONT STREET,
Mosbv Sl Hunt Block.
TO THE
VIT
K HAVE COSSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE
V Provisions. Bailee Stuffs, Iron-ties. Whiskies,
our stock
2000 pieces Ba?gin Jnte.
2000 bits Iron-Ties yarlous pattern?.
2000 bairets lonr,
100,000 lbs. .IlKat i Iear a:i J Rib Sides,
100 liiids. Saar- ell stjli -s md grades,
100 barrels New Yi.rk lit Haed und Hard
Sngars,
And all other articles peitalntng to our line. To our celebrated brands or " Trade-Mark," ' Monogram,'
"Good Luck" and ' Grand Central" Flouis, we Invite especial attention. These brands are manufactured
exclusively for our use and tiade, and are bandied by no other firm In any market
Oar hivhir- tama from the bt distilleries of Ohio. Middle Tennessee and the Blue-grass
Region." ann msy ft all im:e4 be relied on to equal representation. .'...
unr NiHk m is 1 well kei I -..p. and complete. Not only do we handle all of the most re
liable d popular d ime-: r; brands, but our house Is tbe Wholesale Dep-K for PARK TILFORD'3 best
and cho'eest lmpoited c-o -s Dealers piriloularly are Invited to call and look for themselves. Bought
prior to the late advana-. i ttd tor cash, we are offering our stock "dead low." and claim to be able to com
pete with, nil mti belt sn-j ..!! comititors. All we ask at the hands of the "trade" Is atrial.
Urr lAniin M- !- '-I i m is large, commodious and splendidly lighten. Samples are at all times
aisp-med to the bst a-rv tae. and sales effected under the personal supervision of the senior member
oi our firm. WKtGH'3 u e rtrefullj guarded, and liberal Cash Advanjes made on all consignments
conn.i
-tl t- our c
IV rt 1MI I.fl'
Late o! Harris. Aiailvr) J
(rDCC53.':HS TO W.
11.11
ORY, CRAWFORD It
sua f
Wholesale ftr ocers, Cotton Factors
ASiSi C OSl JJ1 VISION MERC U AMTS,
O ITro - X stroat, MompTi 1 f, Tonn.
We Ri-e pr pared to make Liberal Adrances on conslenments
of Cottu, which will be handled for the best interest of the
i g ; i ?
Z. W. KTK. It Kates, Kiscr A Co.
ftnreewmr to Kstet, Face A Ce.l ,
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors
And Commission Slerehants,
ics. Ill u.m
ti
COTTON
3To. sat Pa-nsit street.
0LF1ELD.HAW AUER 8cCo
57EOI.ESAl,E
Grocers and Cotton Factors
256 front street, Memphis. Tenn.
3f ' L'U COTTON Wi REHOUSE IS AOW OPEN, and wa solicit consignment
r.-oiii oar friends and customers, and will make liberal adrances on all skipmenta
WE ABE 0W BLCtlTlXa
An Entirely Kew and Fresh Stock of Ooods,
and will wait aw war frlrnds as nsnal.
VAOOAIiO GO.,
W-'XHTSB, .MQTJOES & CIGARS,
Ho. 324 front
. FARB3
T. I.UUIS AKU CHICAGO.
LAflDWD
We would call the attention of tbe trade rrnttrsll, to ear wrll-liaawii t. nd of Iif nnd Lrd
OIL Some .anerrsaKM manufacmrera, nnable l eompete fair'y wttb us, " S fla j npcti tae,
markitt lra psyiked wtiwr wnst, boib Tirirr. arid aurketn. W rat'x ".j !". i.. -
tniilyn r-f (O.sunrrsUi tbe -.bove tacts. l ti Liuu i. aiwarw fl LI. W fl.iHV, Wtut
hat we be sustained la onrr3ort to tr-n Hmtt-. .noa? in the staik. L 't ."uwt i
FADER
BROOKS.
H. M. REELT.
KS, NEELY & CO;
WALTER A. BOODMAJf.
. T. Bassett.
SETT & CO.
Blank and Wehael Raoka, and Office and Fanej
PROMPT ATTENTION TO ORDER.
TT8H FA
: : : Memphis, Tenn.
TIRi-DE. :
AWD WELL-AS30RTBD "JTOCK O? 6ROCERIE.8
Tobaccos, Cigars, Case-goods, etc, etc At present
embraces :
200 turrets Choice New Orleans Xo
lasses and PTrnps,
1000 bags Rio CflflVes,
1000 kes-s Nails,
1060 cases assorted Canned Goods.
500 packages Tobacco,
100 barrels TfhiskY.
! 500.000 Cigars Domestic and Imported,
W. J. CRAWFORIi,
Lata of W. B. Gaibreath A Co.
GO
B. MALLOBY A 00.1
B HVGQih
!
i eooiE
ciatis
I
AUK Htt5.vCJl5l5:&T
ComisissioD Merchants
i vat strcv. tibis yiiis, Ttmu
I JAM. H. VOAM, Mesnphla.Teaw.
Sa3DOAM&CO
fTnion Street. Hfemplii.
FACTORS,
Memphis Tena
A. U TaCCa0,
Bt-?t. iMmphlrs.
INK k CO.
LARD 0!L!
. trn. r'IHK4iH i
Til
Dr. D.
Hedlcal
j.
He. 17 JETFIi
fEsfTABli- t D
TOHITSON Is tul . W
wrested as by far tit mot. . -tn
the treatment of p tV ? 1 ' at s1' :tti
thorouph and permaiit-L.t .-ares guraau'-ed I'1
toe, riiftle or female recert fs of fc'
and Syphilis oared In a l'tw dsys. wlthci 1 1 -:
Bwreury, change ot diet, or bin. Vance tr. jrn t '
eeeondair Syphilis, the lfad vesrt 9 era "
o it tiie use of mercury. Invtvundvry ir- r.
topped In a short time ScrftTera from 1
sr toss of sexual powers retrtored Wfn? r; "
few waeka. Victim, of self-abae a.-.i '
enery, anfferlng from sttermatorTrAa en-l .
physical and menta1 power, speoauy , -bently
errred.
- Fartieular attention tsld to Via rcos
Women, and cores guars 1 "d.
Throat and Long Dlsetir?" if?r7Td by n n "'
Piles and old sores etm4, itiiout tae uso 01 1
HeortrMknUe. .
A eonsnltatlons strlet'j on3dAot!al.
- Medicines sent by express to aJ patis cft"-.
Offlee hours from 8 a7m. to 9 p. m. BunoV
ro m 8 1 fi p. m. '
D. a mHtVaOTf.'M.P.
i:a
cii:ciknat:. ' -:- ;
THK S
Ciricinp.aiti-Bp
rACKKBii
aaaaaa, Ba. aaaata akSMM aaaa
AND
"QUEEN OF THE WESTf
or I
Ultra Sngar-Cnretff
Hhonlders,
,: , 1 and Breakfast llacc
TTNEEB andtrrvTrtti!
U dm day of Seotwi
i truth u
. lf77l'y ii- f. Ai
on and M. 3. Anderson. !
wife. 10 me, as tiu;
d. to secure ta do
which deed is duly re? I -
1 or tae sum or CKtl eat '
made byfilil B. P. Aw.'.
711. wmcu inriii . i nn. rj
nn., Oth day be!v:.i. -
, , , iMrmim rs aniiarv cnn is '.ni a.'
date to tbeoraerof fiutm M. Gaw: ief-ui:t c ;.
been made In paytnerrt cf same, 1 will, belr-g to r
otiested by said beneeciitfy. sell to the bghr
der, tor cash, at tbeeurner of Main and
streets, Memphis, Tena.. on the
... lASk 'yJ?r 'ennarr !fit,
the following cescrlbed lot of ground in ajemrb' '
J-Vlin8 2ot subdivision Na 2, atSin
to W. r. Marsh tn the Ktrtlrton oi; a pon:i ii . - .
e"' JJ d",- ' Ufcer Wm: Marsh, on T
wS'unVoYlL ";;?.A
Kxah Una of aXr datiie4iu Jiiir
aald B. P. Anderson; -iuenoe westward ernr
stulh line of said AndVrson's lot one boncir
sixty-three feet, moie or less, to the sonthae-t .
ner of said Anderson's lot; thence nortbtr-itd a'i
the west line of said Anderson's lot flfiy-three !
ten rpches to the north line of said rubdlvintr n .s,,
2; thence westward along tbe north Hue of said t 1.
division No. 2 one buntlred ft. more or less, tve
no Ibwest corner of said subdivt-tlon No. 2; tt
southward on tbe west line of subdivision No.
hundred and Mx feet ten Incbe totbssutc
corner of subdivision No. 2; thence enstward U
the aout' line of said subdivision No. 2 two !
dred ana slxty-teet, more or lees, to the beein.
Tbe proceeds of said sile are to beappled to
payment of the balanoa due on said notes anc
the parties legally concerned. Tbe title lo the or. '
arty la believed to be good, but I sell only ns tru8U
January 1Q, 1880. W. A. AQK. Trostoe.
Cnaneerr Sale or Keal Estate,,
MO. 681, B.(2 Chanrerv Court of Shelby e
cnanea u. ureen. atim r, etc, v. 1 nnr
et al. ; and No. f302. H. (2-A.
Charles n. Green el al.
T3Y virtue of an Int-rk:
X3 ternd hi the alifrt Jc.,ris
15th day of Aii.-ll. Jh79, M. I
amendrd May 30, lh7H, ant.
1879, I will rell, at public
Clef
la
niir
CourtbOBsebnlltUng, Main
trtct of bhelby county, law
neaaea, en s
wiuiui ickiu uvui., im iuiiv.ni,,,
situated lo bnemy county, Tenn
Tenn .4
h haiiS
tslon. oiTSv
Lot No. 21 and the north
Waldran homestead aubdlvtsl
Waldran avenue, east of and near me c.
phut, having a front of 1 5 fee on said av 1
depth of 301 feet. Also the west balf oil
acre tract No. 2 on the plat of subdtvltvV
657-aera tract or land belonging 10 tue 1
George O. Baywood. deceased, as made a f
la this eaasa, beginning 37 42i 100 cbJ
the northeast corner of said rt7-aere t f
north bonndary line tereof: thence wes'.y
Douoaary un. 10 ptr-TM-itiucnains mart.
jwsward on parallel lines i i frU-HV
the 8VMKI1 bonndary itne 01 said iru j
front of 13 6O&8-100 chains on said sol.
Line.
Terms of sale Of the above two tracts'
eaah: balance on a credit of six mont S
chaser executing Dote with good security -V
twr cent, interest; lien retained; equn
tten barsed. m
AJao, at the same time and plae-Y
seu at poD'.te auction to the ciputi
reoted In tbe said decree of April lo.y
lowing drserltidxl reaieatate, to-wit: I
First Lot No. 12, on the west stdj
In theelty of Vr,''i':'" Prit
nc biu, navtn.' .
street of 75 le
feet.
8ecan T'
west sldeiy
tbe city 04
on said stiv
lines. 1
Third P
In the city oL
northeast eoxV
fet-t, having a fr?'
KldKXWt.tVM'
rounh 175 J
belonging to tti
ceased, and kn
dlvtslon ofjr
of the eny
on tbe o f
by a depr.i
on said -1
FlftB-A
tbe 200--I
'ubdl vtsif
to tee aw
tn this 1 1
tbe nortuv
havtng a i
fraet 13 rQ
lines runn.i
tract 78 fV.t
6ttlb-2H-.
6A7-acnt trat i
Haywood, de"
plat of suirrfMrfr0il
causa, beginning M a sta
the northeast of said tw4
boundary line Uwreof ; tb
the south line of said fre t
bonndary line 40 54 1V
north with the west If
67 19-100 chains to 1
northwest with said k
stake: thence sooth 24
thence east with the
trsct 20 141 100 chains. V
Terms of sale of the last r
above On a credit of rt an
executing notes wltrjL tV
par cent. Inleresttlen ri i
lien barred. This. JanuarX
R. 3. BLV
Pierce pix, MeUialf dc wTTS
Tmstee's s
PURSUANT to a trust deed ext
B. Reaves, and Annie R
March 13, 1878, attd recorded Irf
of Bhelby county, i eoneaar-e. 11,
338. at the request of the btcti?:
Of trust, 1 will.
between the hours of 12 m. and 2 t
tbe eourtbouse door of said count v. '
mibllc outcry, the following descrii
tiaaled in eneioy county, eiaie ot ji
described as follows: B- ginning at ;J
southwest comet of lot No. 1 of tlie4
John Reaves' 2lXire-tract; there
and 12 links to' st.tke; therawcA,,
90 links to a sake; thence south a
links 10 a stake (a post oak po! n te 1 v
chains aad HO links to the begnnn
Ri-mL and known in said division v
.lights and equities of redemption 1
lleved to oe goou, put 1 sen ana or
W. W. M'Dt u
KotlM la KaakiB
In tbe District Cotirt of tbe ITnlt
District ef West Tennessee In 1
Ward A Co., bankrupts. In ba
creditors of said bankruiits:
rrVAKC NOTICE That a gent
L creditors of said bankrupt ,
office of T. J. Latham, Esu., Rev
for said District, at Memphis. N.
oa the lrtth day of January.
a.m., for the purpose of decla (
dlTideDd. UU.NS;oill
Memphis. January 2,1 H(. j
Xon-Besltl
No. 84fr-Iri4iJi2fr
Tennessee L. R? JFiv
IT appearing from arlidtr.
defendant, J. D. Hodg
the State of Tennessee, auu
the complainant in the sui.i
note, and attachment having t
00 Uto property:
il is mereiore oraerea, iTbr
pearance herein, at tbe Co Ir v
9 Cou
, on 0
pi-.
in Memphis, Tennessee,
in March. 18IMI, and
complainant's aiDentw'
the same will be laker
set for bearing expat f
be published once a
Id the Merqgbls A' I
1 aia doutuur 1
By E. B. M'Hss
lu B. Bi rarian
Kon-Jlc
No, 8442-In the
Tennesuee U
Walkw hjlL
It rjc.ftig from
d'Rrw . a. Louis Wi
liam V7ker and Jao
the State of Ttm'X
brothers Cc lf.e
follows: To Gtl
of Sa53l 51; t
S121H 62; amil
of ei17 08. ail li
having been Is.1.
Louis. Benjamin 1
by the return of u I
It Is therefore
pearance herein,
in Mempbls. Tenrv.
Veburarv. 1 kVi 1. haU 1
plalnants' bill, or
fessed a. to tb.11 an.i
that a copy of Ut sor -tor
four succesalia""
This 27lhdrl'
A IllMl1
Hfi.ai
Smith t
eirtiminx to be eiwlitoi.'
Iuiuidd thetelo, m'
the rourta-use li Mj
Brat Monday in liarrf
mantis, and have Uj. .
claim, will be fcrev.rf
enter be published f
weeks. In the as.m:
Jaawuy. 18ta
1
5EJ S. K M'Riv
L.&a( miuti-
So. JU'
n aj. a:.
Credl
he 3383.-IB Uie it, -Tennessee.
- - IT L,t
Heatii, decrasrvl. vs. ,i
IT appearing from tfail
1 a proceedtrg ln:
the estate of J. W. Hrl
Xslilppera. Weelalt-r
nount of ad-
u, a, s I Hacks eoitou-aoed.
WR alV
HUH
S'.tx k tutu
!.
iWKLL,
I I ftuitk, cutlnii-
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