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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL -WEDNESDAY, FEBEUARY 11, lSO.
f ItAI LitUAlr T131E-TALh,.;. .alsvtlle Bad KMnvlIle ( Vreat Httkr. JOiHiVX. K i press, dally 1 1 .20 p.m. fi:10 a.m. Man -...r 8-4 ) a.m. 4:20 p.m. .dalij f) :. i' vimuya)... 20 C.m.l4jJL "On e-iii;r..t?; KxtTreM runs only to M'Kenme, cou nectliw for N.iihvllle. . jilMMlitxlppI ana Tem1'"- LSAVX. AKHIVB. New Orvn dsiiy.. I 2:46 p.m. lusoo n.in. Sardls -.,ri'vn, dallyl avl. ... imi.w") I 4-40 D.m. I 9:00 s,m. Jfd-i ral '. dally (J""- . I vinm. daj- ---'"' -jJ-j;' Q" P "- .if;iuiM" idA Charleston. LkAVK. ABH1YB. Mall -;t.!w i i-iln.dHlij Bom v tl'.:t- it '..f"Hfi!:!'l'!OH d-Wr .'i--:'.l-:-' ond w).-. 11:15 p.m. 4-40 r.m. 1:00 p.m. 8-00 a nt HrKrMs end Little KaW. ; live. utmvs HA' I '-fi.:i. !..' ... . .. Fr-sUfU. 'tally jtcet I &r.n.V iv.10 P.m. rtr.ln in. 115 p.n. S:(if5 p.m. I'adnraa and aFUDUIn ; no p.ia. n.m. n.vnl "lor I ' n . r'lSANCIL. M.;rr!i Grits. Iboiieh not inariea rorrnnI brM May v.eriiny. Merclned more liilluence than mlKlit have tri rxpect,-d upon brialnes 1 hbnk w-r. unlet p!nm without hii incident to tell of. Exchange wi u g.to.i supply ike It HlP-gellier, but wan ulnrly ii.siriliuied, some netting more than wanted. Home miru leas. In money the Inquiry, except for aaalsl-tiiun "from band t mouth" was dull; 8 per cent, the rale. hx-tiHiig"at iir bank Quoted at 1 dNcotint on New York anil other prominent eastern ImI'iIh;wUo llirL l.is' Brace, s utMX'tint; sell DC Ht par tin New Orl-ans, . discount; selling nt fiar. Slie:t.y ctintj rlp is quoted at 88rzft0 Pili ng, and Hl.i W.'i selling. Mississippi tlrst district levee c-.i:t.i a are selllrg at lot2l8. The hit Bale of Memphis k m stork was at 2Vi: Memphis coniprt..nW bond quote M 40. LilUe Kock OrMt m iritfaife IkmhIi last ule at fti)U; 23?2i akii l.u- i li:iri. iri railroad stock; 11HI) ws taken hf a broker at &) There In a Hid . e il of in gulr a t' where tin ntnck I and what It can begot at; amioiixli R'C'MnMll7 a neeor holder leU a Utile go at the 0tt ollor he can Ret. 2i l the loet they will l ike us a genera! Uilug and many will not take HKJIFH1S BANK CLKAH1NU6: UWirmti. iiiihtnct. February 10. 1SH0.... gllU.oli 01' 104.74rl 87 TbmrcrthUwwl. .. ti:il,12l T.'J J.14.T.W 18 h.iine tune la-.l week., r.ln.lll (14 SK.4H 70 bametliue week bt lore 4:tl.u7 2H 10i,22U Hi UY TELtaK.H'B.1 LONf'ON, February 10 CjnolB.7 15-lfl: United Btalee boi.d ne-vi s. 10"-4; 4Vsa. 1 1 VJ; 4. IOHI4; II1I110H central. I07W: 1'eiiueyivania Central, 64; trie, 4I; aeconds. w:t',a; Keuiio. 04. PArtH, February 10.-Iteule. K2t. 7Vt NKw YOllK, Kei.ru:rr 10. Money Ri5) per cent., closlnif at tt pur rent. I'rteie mercuittie paper, h(b fita per c-nt. burning exch.nie bankers' bills eleidy at 4iX: 'Kin exchaiue on New Tork, 4.. I'rodu e rxtxrta lor the week. ."i.72.ri,(KX. tiove'niMHiii bonds ttrm, exo.-pl -It aod 4H. wal n are In ior; coupon of 1MH1, 1(I.1; new 5, 101; uew 4 ltHMi; "-w 4a, 10.".i4;,Ha lllo tie of P male b intie fiud; Louisiana 71; cuiutoi. 4K; AlHsoutl lO.ILj; 6L Joseph, 2M I'e.iiirsiee, ris, old. :); Je..ne9ee s. uew, ii:(:;i; vir-lnU tU. old, 24; Vlnrlnla, tJa, new. 2D; Virginia wjiimIs. 74; preierred 8li. Kallroud bonds Me grperillh wra'i. lom IMS dale thepru'eo Ciilo iX". illlauk-e and St. Paul (Iowa a-id D.koia division) fhii-,i.ortKane botide will be advan Ji d 1 J 1 1 0 n id ac-rued lnieie.it. Tin stock market w.is irieKuhir. lu the euiy part ot the da prices ud .'icl I 10 11 In the K Mir-rai list, while Norll'ei n I'a -llio preferred fell off fmm B4Vii to 6J. and advanced t i nil Uurlnic the alteruoon there waa a pressu-a to sell, and puces declined U to 14, Kansas and Texia. Krle, Ihe coal tiaree, Iron Moun tain, K:ulu il.ill, Cuicttfo, C jluiubu and Indiana Central and waba-11 1-adme the downward move ment The 17 tnmercml snya: "6,'e-ir the close Kan eaa nn.l Texas wa sold dow:i to44tjperct;nt , which Is uo doubt a sui prise Vj the numerous followers ol tiould. wuu werafcivlim 'pwrii' to thellneat47Vi per ceiiL There nmy be a hitch In tus uctpilnltlou of the properly and II s release from trustesiilp, but If no we have not h'.ird of It. iroula himself may be II I. as rmuoied lor a day or two pe.st, but we do not believe li Our private advlc-a from Hoston lead us to believe that the T'opekj and Santa Ke party have the uiraris and abliky, as wll a the deier liiiiiHtlun, to put tuiouu the 1100 miles of the jtllunlicand fallu- raui. In oouuerii n wlih the bi. lLouis uhJ Han Krancisco Interest, of ml cljy. Tbe case 11I tneuiil'juj;". t'oluiiiliiis and Indiana Central railroad against tne fennsylvaiila cjuipsiiy will be appenl'd 10 ihe t oiled ot ues supreme coun; mean wulle the rnau mil be used under the lease ai d all the net earnings will be 11a d luto oourt to await th final decree. Tub tiansaoUons air eaU'J 241.0O0 ahares of whleU ttOiiO were Cuientfo, Columbus and Indiana Centml, 22,000 Delaware ami Lackawanna, ftl t)i til Krle, SihM) at Joseph, 22.000 Kausas and Texas. 12 OiHl LKke tjh-re, 0i0 Like Erie and Wrsliin, aikll) Miihlg :3 Central. 1 1,(XM) Nsehvllle, CUal(iiMooa and Bt LouU. 4000 Northwestern, ll.iiMI New Jerwy C'titral, i)500 e.TYork Central, fiiXM Miithern IMyillci. rlOOds hlo and Mlisstppl, 74ii) Pacinc .Ma i, 4-VM HendiiiR. r000 bt. l-aul, nncl Sioux City, I .i in ill Wabiuili and Pacini:, 2M)0 Western Union, 2"' LlUle P.ttsborg, 11.000 lroa MJuntain. and 2fiXi Uulou Pacir.o. Nash ville, t;uatuuiooKa and bt. Louis closed at H1U4. The closlim q iotallons were as followj: bca Island. 14lVa; Panama, 1K0; A'ort Wayne, 1 1ft; l'lttsimrK, 112; Illinois central, 10314; Chi cago, bin liutiloti and ciulney, 144; Chlcatto and Alton, 111; c'nlCHKtt and Alton preferred, 120; New Vora Central, IJUMs: Harlem, 1H0; Luke Shore, 102'ti; Can.. a .-ouao-ro. H; MlcaUsn central, nti; Erie, 4rt-v; trie p;tf.'errtd. 70; North western. KW: .Nort'iwesteru preferred, 102; St. Paul. 7714: bt. Paul preferred, 101 Pa: St Paul and Mlune .poiu. 6J; SU Pmil and Sioux City, HH; y.t. haul and Sioux City preierred, 77; Delaware. Liiek.'iwanna and Western, KIh; Mnrii cud Ksies. 1024; Dataware and Hudson, T.iVs; So Jersey Ce- trai. Jli; Ohio and Mississip pi. 2'i4; Ohio and Mississippi preierred, r!7; Ches apeake and Ohio. 2Pt: Mobile and Ohio 2l4t;Cleve land andColuiubiis, 7 l; Chlraao.Coliimousand In diana ientrai. I'soneieu; 1 iiuitujni,iiiB. iiiiiiuq.i anil Laiayette, ; BiirlliiKion, Cedar Baolds and! Northrii, l.Mi; Alton and Terre lli-.ute, l25t'ffered; ! Alum and Terra. iluU) prolerr d, 1(12; Wabash, ! bl Loul and I aeiiis, 44; Waim.su, St. Louli and PiiclCc preferrwl, ill; Hannibal and bt. , Joe, Hannibal aud bC Job pr.-terred, till; , Iron aloimtawi, 5714; ot. Louis and can Fiat.-, ctsco 4.1W bt. Louis and San Francisco preferred, 55; 8u Louis mij ban Fmneiseo, first preierred, 701-3; Chu-atio, ot. Lou.s kiid New Orleans, Hi4;' Kansas and l exas. 44Va; Cntoa r'rfcino slock. H2': Kansas and Paolttu, tl4: Nortnaro Pacini, , Jllla; Northern 1-aciilo prwlorred, 641; Loumvllle and Na.hyille, 120; Houston ana Texas, 74; Western Union Telegraph, 10:Hj; Atlantic and Pa-1 clllc Ti'lenraph, 4: Paclile ilall, "Pa; Lit tle PlitsunrK. 24Va; Keaulnit. ilRlj; A U an is express, lOSls: eis li'w, 102t -:iilcaji Kiprees, fit; I'liUed hutes Express. 4.rln; Quicksilver, 2IAj- Ouieksllver preferred. rtS: Lea tville. 10 ,;; Ceniril Vaelllo bonds. 1 UHs: Union Pacinc tirsis. Ilia; linli.ii PauUic Iv.nd (jianu, li:i; Uiu .n Pa cine sinking funds, 1201; l.eni0 and Wllkesbarre, IIP: dl. Paul and btimx City tirsis, 113; Chlcai, Coluiiioii and I idlana Central tlrsts, 101; CPU eaico, Coiuniiius and I111IU11 Central secooue, -: Krle neoMids. no nfclea; Cenlral Arizona, ",H)Pj; CanlDIi, 1 1; Kxuelslor, 4lj; Uoiue SlakO, no sales; Ouuulo.UT; SUindatd. Ui,. COT J UN. The tolok-ranis wera yoKt.Tday stain of a atlsla.HorT character for homers. New Orleans and New Vork advanced quotations. )n our marke: the demand wjs nrtlve ; three thousand bales chunked h uids, but sal. s would have been consid erably liluli-r had factors ln emtent lo accept uu Gallons, but many asking blaluJ limited trans-l-ctlo is acuoidlincly. At Hie clos-i oMInary tiuoted Im lower, and li.-w mldallm; and mlddln.g lsa hifhr. with rnte very firm. I he New York huUetm ol dnii'.iaj has Hie toliowintt fr.on its LUerpool cor respondent: Tlie maik-t Is under the intluences of two nliecily cotili'Ctlmi elemenls; larxe leceipts In Anieiics, iioliitinti to au Increase oil all but the most santtuliie estimates, an assured Important ln erease In Kypltn and Fast Indian crops, and an aeitve trade in Uanuhesler bo tar, the course of Ameri-jiii reesluls has f.ilaUl-d all theoiles put foith durlnit t ie oast tew mouths In tha endeavor to discount heir ellect, andii tin iprrsHutjiioiiie t. 1111 lees ihey aie to drop o iierpemnenlarly. it Is dimcult to atolu belief In a crop or over Mi million.. Many contend that tven this will not be una bale more Hi an Kid be rt nulled; but In Ibis ctuisldc-rallon It Is liiiuirtutit lo holies that trom all ap peaianeea there will be available for Kngiand mure man 1U rorresnond lm iir.iportion of the Increasa. Auieria,n uplniiers bave In reas-d iheir taklhKS. and are now undoubt edly httavily 111 stiak, but 011 the continent matters are not o ahterfnl. Up to rate there has been ex-port-d 10 the c niiineiii fioui America one buudred thons Jid bales less ihis 1-4 -mi than last, and by tne latest nmP novices there aruno nora Uiau one balf llie uuinbor of ships on Ihe berin (or th con tinent lu cnllou ports as at the name time last year. Tue Hu.uian deni ind Is uotloeuhly limit this year, ond we are assured on very IUkU authority that In Itussia Ntia'ks are ample enough lo enable Ibem to k-ep out of tne miikef lo a vrry great extent. Tneie laets will have an In;; ortant bearing as the season wen s on, especially it (lie abundant promise of tneenpbe realized, lu Ma cliesluf sejiers are riry itrni ind-ed. wu ie buyers are reluciaut to . ova at tlie nrest'iit raiiKOHilliont an Increased erioouratce lueiil tiom abroad. Spinners have 1 ow a fair woik Irg margin, but manuiactuiers eoisplalri that Ihrlr portion Is silll one ot dlliictilty, and tl.ul In very few iuaLti.cts can Ihoy eaua; loss oil their outturn " Xcsfeftf.11. Jiiv for . Ordinary Hood 01. Unary Lo inultuilK Mlddllu I..H..I mid Itliiif nUddliug lair. Fair Stains -3 lti'4 if lO.'rt 3 114m 31214 .71 -s if 12 -a . 3 t3 '8 Nominal. ll-312'g -3 1 14s 3l2in t7l2Pa r? 1 2 dl fflS-s Nominal. 11-312- market Arm. Eales, HOOO bale. Including 2000 to exisji'leis aud 10O0 lo spuiuent. COTTON STATKilKNT. Ftrv k, ei.'.emner 1, 187'. heilved to-day 1 .Rin ljceiVtd previously 3Il.0dl 888 817.H34 Shlppod to day Shipped previously.. 2,314 1H2.959 81 8.0 JO 1P5.273 122.747 5,912 8,987 ;I17.)I34 Block, running account iuronTS. Thus far this week Thus far last ween. ....... Since ooplember 1 Memphis and Charleston B. K IHrt Mississippi and Tennessee H. R. 2P0 lsjiilsv liie, Nashville and Ureal Southern B. B. 50 Memphis and Little Ho A It. K 277 Pa.iucan aud Memphis It. U. 63 tteaiuera 4il Wagtiiis and olhor souroes 250 Tali . 1 505 9KS 1XP0HT3. Thus far Ihls week Thus far last week blnce beplemtsjr 1 (1 .547 .273 51 930 1IKI .233 105 f ' Memphis and Charleston railroad Mississippi and Tennessee R. K Louisville. Nashville and I. real Southern B. bl'-aiiie's north K. ..1 Total .,...'2,314 no'rf.'i.wn'.ii'H.i The following are Lie latest telegrams of l' do mestic markets, as repoilcd yesterday to the oottun exchange: ImU1 (ic.yi fnce Tiu'rivim. Jf.tr At (. 1 Ker'pts. Muldting. (iHlveston.. 'nollday l.mw N..w Orleans Holiday 8.71HI .... Mobile H lld.iy. 84H Savannah Firm. 2.1 4' 124 Cliarl.sion Slrung. 1.2 1K " 13- Wlltnuiuu Mini. H.- 12s NiWtolk Firm. 2,0."h 128 Billltaore ! irm. 5 l3li h-wloik Firm. 1,177 1314 bmuii y",rt ltil liilla.lell.llla.... F 1 1 III. 207 I2l Si Louis. S'ruiig 12lJ Aagus'a eh 111 44j VI X The loiltmuigare llin Aesr )oraspia qiioiailons for yesterday: Ordinary, IIsho; gissl ordinary; li H-itlc; low mldoilng, 124.:; middling, 13Vc; $J0d mldUOug, ldsbc; wldullug fair, At 182" SEirfiSritiSr ESi3F-EFE- "& e'tntmre market wm m ronows: iuon. Sales. i;t2.(HXJ oaie. Tne following shows the closing quoUtlons ot futures in the New York market yesterday: MotUu. I latenUxy. Day o&vre. Kebniary March April May June July Augost September..-. Ojlober November.... December 13 321333 13 44r? 13.45 r!3 0 1? 13. HO 14 01114 07 14 Jrt?1417 14 2Sr?l4 2l 13.18f813.20 13.31 13 54r7.13 R5 13.74(113 75 13 H8rJ13 P4 14. 031404 14 1(114 14 13 5U(?18.2 12 rW (2 12.72 12 8"(?I2 41 13 7017-13 73 12 80r?12.f3 12 40712 45 12 ana-12.43 12.323 12.3U The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported cotton- lending upward; middling uplands, 73d; Or leans, 711 Sales. 12.000 bales, or wblcb. bales ware American. Hecelpts. 14,000 bales, of which 11,500 were American. Liverpool futures opened firm. February-March and March-April, 7 3-3278(4: April-May, 7n9 7-.T2d; May-June. 7 13-3237 1 5-82d ; July-August, 7Pkri7 17 32d; October November, 7ld; November Itecember. 7d. At 3:10 Manchester yarns and fab ric, were firm and tending upward. At4:l0 Hay Juue. 7 15-82d; July August, 7 ltt-82d; August-Seo-tmber.7iMd. At 6:10 Auust-SepU)mber. 7 ll-32d; November December, 7Vd. Futures closed tlrm. The movements at the ports were reported u fol lows: 71 is rVy. iTUU Week La' Year. Wee".. RecMsidnee Friday 77.X23 : 4;.20H 8H.755 853,556 Exii'ts to . Britain Kxp'ts toContlnent Stock Total recetpu at all United Slates ports 3 920, 47H: same date 1878, 8,507.8HU; same date 1H77, U.2KU 075. Increase ol receipts at United States ports ihls year, 422.1 10. Total stock at all porta, PHl.ll'H axatnst 853,556 same time tne year be fore; in 177, W17.315. , (IKNEU iL TRADE. Thft weafher yenrrrday was cle?r and snnDy ; Ihe last dregs of the frost appeared to be draining from the soli, and the streets were more exuberant In mud than was agreeable. Ia tue feed market Iheie was only a moderate mount of Dullness doing; 3IIO0 sacks of corn were seeking customers In vain, for corn bad fallen into tbe misfortune of receiving "a black eye " Dealers have been supplying them selves by ordering directly from up river, and now eonalgumenU are arriving there are no buyers for It; the consequence wns that prices yesterday were "all at sea." White corn that was selling trie day before at 53c was offered at 5IC. Some medium bay was olf ring at tbe landing; a lot or 40O bales was "dick ering for." There was still some haziness about the price of corn meal, but the different sellers appeared lo be approacblng nearer each other. Nothing new was to be gleuied among potatoes; a good many are changing hands, but fewer than before the bale snow. Sweet potato planters will not sell from wsguns un der 82. Ek are in too great supply, and the course of the prloe Is downward, spite of Lent; "let him who engs would eat prepaie lo eat them now." ttunlatvm below are Jor round lot at the landing and (. railroad driiutr, aud nclude neither dray toe, ttorage. nor other exina oulnide of the bare treiqht and charge up to the time of arrtval. Job btngandttor ulexart at higher rales, an they in elutu Urayage, ttunujt and vroiit of the dealer. FRED. Corn Lower and declining; tale of 250 parks of ear-corn at 52c; only 50c ottered for white; over 3000 sacks seeking buyers: In store. 5.1 (? Arte Oars last sale of white at 48c; In store, 52(255c. Bran In store. 75380c Corn dm- $11 a ton. Hay quotes at 821 for prime, $22 00 for ttmolh j ; In store, $1 10(21 25; prairie. 70s. fLOUH ANDME1L. Hour superfine, S5; extra, 855-5 25; double extra, $5 5035 75; treble extra, 85 75ffrl 50; family, Sdirl 60; choice, e) 7537; fancy, $737 60- Vornnteal -sales at $2 6032 65, the lormer at mill; In store, -2 70 VEGETABLES. Pofofot Peacbblows, ' $1 60fl 1 70 lu store; ou landing, ?l 453 1 50. .Sard patatotx. In store -early russets, $2; late russets, $1 75; early western, S2; New York peerless, 2 25; w.wiern esrly rose, 2 25; New York eany rose. Hi 75; early gootirlcn, $2; London ladles. $2; pick-yes, $2 25. timet putatotx, $2 2532 60. tnu. 84 5036 a barrel In store, e'eerf oawns -lops, $4 5035 a bushel; bottoms, Sdttti 50 a nushel. Turnips, 75o3$l a barrel. White beam, 82 ' 2 25. Uabbiuje Louisiana, fresh, $4 50. FUU1T3 AND NUTS. Airptee, iim 50 bttr rel. Vranbtrriee. S83 8 a bairel; ball-barrels, 4 75. Oranfjn, S'.t per barrel; Messina, per box, a 5. Ven on, $7 60(i 8 per box. haurine -Old, $2; new, $3 per box. f go, IfVeperlb. Dates, 1 Oc per lb. .PMT.ubi-Hed, 4Va35c; Virginia, 737Wj i-er lb. AUiumrU, 22e per lb. ream, 10315a, according to size. BnuU tint. 12c per lb. tXWerte, 14c per lb. WalnutK, 1 He per lb. Ooeoanute, 85. Dried Apples, PSPvii per lb. Drieri peaches, PVx310e per lb. Ban-ma, per bnnch. $233. Sales of 20 barrels Uenllon apples at S3 50, on landing. KviUS AND BUTTKHiVvs market overstocked; sales at 1231 per dozen. Hotter- good, 123 15 ; country, ld320c; choice, 22325c; cream ery. 85c POULTRY. Chickens, $2 2533 75. Dueks, $3 25. Qeese. 4 5035 50 per dozen. Turk-.yt, $'.1312 per dozen; dressed, 1(N a laund. FrtESU MKAT. aTC A-Ferequarters, 2a3c; hindquarters, 436c Mutton, by the carcass, HVj 35c Hogs city dres-ed, 5Va30c; country, 5c Figs' feet kegs, $1; half-barrels. 84 20; barrels, $7 7538. h0it',U!. per dozen, $1 25. HOi PBOuUCK V'or demand good; clear sides, loose, 7.10c; clear rib. loose, 65c; shoulders, loose, 44ps. Sugar cured hatns packed, dV3uC Jfexn ptrrk, $13 60313 75. Lard et-ady; tierce, 8; balf-barmis, 8lvt-; kegs, 0l43lsc; palls 20-Ib, 843ne: 11 Mb. tmriMsc liKOCEhlKa Voffie, 1413 15c for ordinary, 16c for lair, !7il7Pao for good fair, 18l31KViO lor choice. Tea Imiierlal, 55(285c Hux Louisiana. 7ljc; Carolina, 81x3 Ha Halt per dray load, from store, $1 95 per barrel; coarse, per sack, SI 403 1 50; tine, $1 75. Huqars Louisiana open ketile, 74i3e.lx;; yellow clarltled, plrj Hgi!; white clarified. PVaiiy-Vic; cut loaf. II 1431 lVe; uranulated, 1 1 a 11U; powdered, 1131 114a MoLuses Louisiana su-11 house scarce; hudn'le for unfermeollng choloe; re boiled choloe, 48350c; prune, 44340c; fair, 41 to. MI6CELLANK003 Horaiav, $3 HR a barrel. Buckie teat flour, $7 60 a barret teach butter, 120 per pound. Cider western, $7; Shaker, $838 50 a barrel. Macaroni Imported. $4 a box; American, 10a per pound Oarlic - Spanish, 75c3$l a string. Kraut. 8537 a barrel. BAUtilNti AND TIK3. Bagging flax. fl310c; Jute, 2 lbs., 1 13 UVSc: mixed. lOVso. Ties, $2 50 a 2 75 per bundle. Twine, 12c per lb. HIDKS. ListTHEU 2T0 Oalc sole. 88341c; hemlock. 28332c per lb; harness, 8t)340c; skirt ing, 88340c; French calf. $40300 per dozen: do mestic ouir, $30345 per dozen. Hides fin flint, 18c: dry salt, 15c; green, 7u Kc; green salt. 83 tic Hha.-p-.ins, 60cdl 60. TaUoiB, 6W30Q. Heesuax 20b. CATTLE MABKE'x'. CrUiU: Com-fed natives, choloe, 1000 to 110O pounds, $4 50; good, 850 to 1000 pounds, 3 7534 25; medium, 800 to 1200 pounds, $3 255 3 50; Texas, choice, 1,00 tu 1100 pounds, $434 25; medium, 800 to lmtO pounds. $3 2533 50: native oxen, smooth, 1000 to 1400 pounds, $3 5034; rough, 10OO to 1200 pounos. S2 603-3 25; fair to medium, mixed, ail welghht, $2 25u3; common and Inferior, $1 60 22; calves and yearlings, per bead, $537; cows and calves, $15380. Hoys -Best butchers selections. IriO lo 20O pounos, $4 25; good to choice, heavy, $3 P03-J ; oomujon, rough and light, $3 253 8 75. tiher, Choice mutton grades, 90 10 110 pounds. If 5; medium, 80 to 90 pounds, $4(2 4 60; common, per bead, $1 6032 60. IBY TSLEG1UPHA NEW YORK, February 10 Flour firmer; super fine western and State, $4 9535 85. Wheat In good demand: ungraded spring, $1 34 Kye quiet. Coffee quirt. Sugar dull; fair to ood, rellnlng. 7in3 i-tO-Koiasses tieady and In fair demand. Bice nominal. Pork quiet; mes, old. quoted at $11 75; new, $12 25(712 87V-J- Lard stronger; prime steam, 7 5537 05c Whisky nominal, $1 1031 11. LOUISVILLE. February ia Flour dull. Wheat Ilrmer feeling. $1 253 1 28 Corn dull; white, 42o; mlxeo, 40c .Oats quiet; while, 39c; mixed, I18C. Rye dull, 84c Hay quiet, $10317. Pork nominal, $12 60. Lard quiet; choice leaf, tierce, 8384c; choice leaf, keg, 8l?3K&4C Bulk meats quiet, 4'3 4U, tH'Jrt", tl-Md riTxo for loose. Bacon quiet, 4ft cro. 713714, 7-W37ic Sugar-cured hams, 93 10 Vac Whisky higher, $1 00. CINCINNATI, February 10. Flour Ilrmer but not quotably blgber. Wheat steady, $1 28. Corn dull, mho. (lata in fair demand but at lower rates, 38c Kye steady 85a. Bai ley dull. 84c Porn dull aid nominal. $12. Lard lirmer. 737.05c. Bulk meats quiet; shoulders, 4c; clear rib, H.40c; paitly cured, H(c; fully cured clear rib. rl.053tf.75i). Bacou quet; shoulders, 5ic; clear rib, 7 Wc; elear, 7dC Ureen meats dull anu nominal. Whisky active, lirm and higher, SI UO But e Arm: cho-ce western re serve, 2oc; choloe Central Ohio. 20322c. CHICAHO. February 10. Flour quiet. Wheat active, lirm and higher; No. 2 red wlnt-r. SI 23; No. li spring Chicago, $1 22W cash. $1 23Vfe March, $1 24 April; No li sprlntf Chicago, $1 28j lejecteo, PJo Corn active, film and higher; 3rVo cash, 8riHa3fiiM0 March, 40h341HsC May: rejected, H:iLvc UaPJ steauy and Onu: 81c easu. :iriiO May Kje easier; 76c. Barley easier, 7c. Poik strong and lilniier; Kll 3531140 cash. $11 40311 42Vi March, $1 1 01 Pi April. Lara active, nrm andoigner; 7 one hsh. 7-1037 12lc March, 7.2037 22Po April. B.iik mertis In falrdemand and prices hlgder, A. IUi3 it.35. Whi.-kr steaov. SI 07. Closing Wltenl active, tliman l higher; $1 2314 caan, $1 244 March. Com In gXHl demand and priced a allude higher, advanced No Oats firmer, but not quotably higher ork strong and higher; $11 25 March. $llrl2V April. Lard strong and higher; 7V3 cash, 7.15c Urch, 7V4e b.d April DKV TiOHI)S. NEW YORK, February 10. Business rather less active, but Ihe tone of the market Is buoyant and prices strong. Cotton goods are In steady demand and prices firm. Prints are less active, but prices tlrui. Lawns are In gool demand, aud Pacifies are advanced. Dress goods and ginghams are active and In light supply. Heavy clothing and woolens are doing well, and prides firm KIVKK NEWS. Blvers and Wrather, Tha following oliioial table eiveg particu lars concerning the condition of Hv. rs and weather at all Important tsiluU: orrica bigniL skkvick V. 3. A. I Mkmphis, February 10, 1880j f above low water. Chauger. Rise I Fall Feet. inches inches Inches Cairo Cincinnati .... Davenport.... Dubuque. Helena, Ark.. Keokuk Leaven worth . LlUle liock,,. Louisville..... Itruitihis.. Nashville New Orleans.. Pittsburg 8hreveiKrt... St. Louis 4 J2 13 T IS 10 3 3 4 8 a 5 "s' 8 8 7 4 4 1 lrl VloUsburg 3d 5P.B44 20.RH4 11 5P0 977.H04 METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time. Bar. rner Wind. j Weather J.iX) a.m. 30.2'J 48 a. Ismoky. :f)0 P.m. 8010 ffl 8.W. Clear. 9 HIT p.m. IHU7 68 8 K. Iclear. Maximuiu tneriHoiiiHior, H7 deg. ssteitmnm tHrinometer. 47 deg. D. T. FL INNEHY, Corp. Signal Corps, 17. 8. A. Ky Trlecrapk. NAdllVILI.K. February 10. Blver falling, with 5 ou the shoaia. - ! "TSBURtJ, February 10.-Rlver 8 feet 9 Inches atm N'K. W oat her clear and mtld. NKV "HLKAN8. February 10 Weather cloudy and war. -; Ihermometer, 72 deg. Arrived: Port Kads, BL ... ClNClNNAi.1, February 10. River 14 feet and falluiR. Weather-clear and mild. Departed: Andy Baum, Memphis; tfilden City, New Orleans. ORKINVILLE. February 10. Rii-er has fallen 12 Inches Weather--clondy and warm, t'p: Chou teau, Sbeilock and City of Alton. Down: Gold Dust, r T.nnisV Vehniar 10 Blver stationary and 8 f.fet 4 luches' by the gauge Weather clear and pleasant. ieps.itea: ciij 01 , isuuni 1 iv)vu., Howard, New Orleans. I nmnvif 1 x? luhnurr in Blver fa ling, wltb 7 feet 8 Inches In the canal and 5 feet 8 Indies on the rails. Weather clear ana pleasant, de parted; Dick Fullou, Ne.v Orleans. EViNMVII f.lt Fehmar 10 -River falllni. With 13 feet 3 Inches by Ihe gauge. Weather clear mo mnu. mercury, ret aeg. iiown; tioiueo vrvwu. Up: Mary Houston and VlutShlnkle. VICKSBUKl),. February 10. Weather-clear and Warm; Uiermoinetor. 08 deg. Blver fallen 15 luches. Up: City of Helena, 11 a.m ; Thos. Sherlock and City of Alton, last nigh u Down: Commonwealth, last night. C1IB0, February 10. Blver 19 feet 6 lncbs and falling Weather clear; thermometer. 54 deg. Arrived: Joe Kinney. Vlcksburg, noon; Centennial, Bt. Louis, 1 p.m.; John Porter, Louisville. 1 p.m.; J. W. Garrett, New Orleaus, 7 P m. Departed: Grey bound, Memphis, noon; J. Kinney. St.; Louis, noon; Blgley, Louisville, 4pm.; Halltday, St. Louis, 4 p.m. ARRIVALS. Hattte Nowland, Arkansas river; Hard Cash, White river; City of tireenvllle, St, Louis; Grand Tower, Vlcksburg; General D. 11. Bucker, Arkansas river; Dyersburg, Dyers burg; Annie P. Silver, St. Louis; Vlrgle Lee, Cincinnati; Shields, Commerce; H. C Y eager, St. Louis. DEPARTTJRKS. Oenerol D. FL Bucker, St. Louis; Grand Tower, St. Louis; City of Oreenvllle, Vlcksburg; Annie P. Silver, New Orleans; H. C. Yeager. New-Orleans; Shields. Commerce; Coahoma, Vlcksburg; Baies vllle, St. Francis river. IN POBT. Hard Cash, Hattle Nowland, Dyersburg, Vlrgle Lee. BOATS DUE. Drawn Parts C. Brown, SUverthorn. t'p-James Lee, Shields, U. F. Schenck, City of Alton, Thomas Sherlock. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Fbiars Foorr James Lee, Stack Lee master. 6 p.m. CousRncK-Shlelds, Wm. J. Ashford master, 6 p.in. ... OscKOLA-SUvertborn, Henry Cooper master, 5 p.m. Cincinnati U. P. Schenck. J. L. Carter master. 4 p.m. Cincinnati - Vlrgle Lee, G.W. Thompson master, 5 pm. Whits Btteb Hard Cash, Ed C. Postal master, 5 p.m. Arkansas Bitxb Hattle Nowland, 3. 3. Darragh master, 5 pm. Kiw ORLSANS-.-PartsS. Brown, A, U. Halllday master, 10 -n. KCEIPTS YESTEBDAY. Grand TowW 14 bales cotton. Shields 17 bales cotton, 19 sacks cotton-seed. Gen. D. H. Rutker 224 bales cotton, 25 brls mo lasses, lot of sundries. Dyersburg 1 21 bales cotton, 88 bags seed-cotton, 278 sacks cotton-seed, 34 pkgs sundries. Hard Cash brought out of White rlvr 516 bales co turn, 1150 sacks cotton -seed, 1 bull, 150 pkgs ef sundries. Hattle Nowland brought out of Arkansas river 899 bales cotton, 25 sacks eotton-seed and a lot of sundries. ctiy of Greenville 2900 sacks of corn, 474 sacks oats. 100 bales hay, 25 tierces meat, 24 hogs and 7 sundries. Vlrgle Lee 235 sacks bran, 140 sacks oats, 633 sacks corn, 2P5 sacks ear-corn, 60 bi Is apples, lu bds onions, 489 brls meal, 80 brls flour, 409 brls potatoes. 5 brls sausage. 2 bris ham ware. 25 brls whisky, 2 brls oil, 13 tierces and casks bams, 297 boxes sundries, 185 bales hay, 6 bales broom-corn, 514 kegs nails, 909 empty barrels, 730 pkgs furni ture, 12 head stock and 1700 miscellaneous pkgs. rersgial... Lou Jones, well known as the Inventor and paten tee of a new neater lor the m re efficient and eco nomical genera- Ion of steam In bollers.wlll come out on tbe Osceoia Belle as colef-englneer. Colonel B. F. Grace, a prominent attorney of Desba county. Mr. E. L. Jones and lady, and Mr. Z. W. Patrick and lady, of Arkansas City, were among the passengers who came up on tbe Coahoma to enjoy Maidl Gnts. Piatt Rhodes went oat second clerk on tbe Coaho ma last night. In place of Hal. Aydlett, who restgngd to take a berth In tbe Vlcksburg and New Orleans trade. Arthur Brown takes tbe second clerkship on tbe James Lee, made vacant by Rhodes going on the Coahoma. Tbe levee rambler bad the pleasure yesterday of meeting Wm. M Spink, of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, who Is In the city, on his way to New Orleans, appointing correspondents for his paper at all the river towns. He Is an agreeable gentleman, and we hope will have a full share of pleasure on his trip. Picked Up Adrift. Business fair. Pleasant weather. The Dyersburg Is the packet to day for Dyersburg. ToeH. C. Yeager passed down yesterday morning without landing. The Ouachita Belle, Captain H. B. Cheek, Is the Thursday packet for Arkansas City. The Hop Loudon arrived yesterday with three barges stone for paving the streets here. Tbe Coahom departed last evening for Vlcksburg Mltb a good trip of freight and passengers. The General D. H. Bucker, out of Arkansas river, passed up yesterday evening for St. Louis. Receipts by river yesterday, 1291 bales cotton, 83 b s seed-cotton, 1472 sacks oouon-seed. Tbe Shields, Captain Ashford. Is tbe packet for the lower coast this evening, at tbe usual hour. Tbe K. O. Stannard turns back from Terrene for New Orleans, and will get 3500 bales cotton at that polDt, The Grand Tower passed np last evening, for St. Louis. She added here 000 bales eastern-bound cotton. Tbe United States survey steamers Mississippi and Tennessee leave to-day for a tour of duty In the lower bends. Tbe Will Kyle got away at daylight yesterday morning. She added here 128 barrels oil and 880 sacks oil meal. The Vlrgle Lee arrived yesterday morning with 600 tons freight and registered 70 passengers on ber trip down. Tbe O. P. Schenck, Captain J. L. Carter, will pass up this evening at four o'clocs for Cincinnati. Dick Bains Is her clerk There were no departures at New Orleans yester day, the boats laying ver until to-day to accom modate Mardl-Uras excursionists. Tbe SUverthorn, Captain Henry Cooper, Is tbe packet this evening at five o'clock for Osceola and all way points. Nell Booker Is ber clerk. Tbe Hittle Nowland, 1 aptaln J. J. Darragh, Is tbe packet this evening at five o'clock for all points on Arkansas river. A. Banksmlth Is ber clerk Tue Annie P. Sliver passed down yesterday even ing for New Orleans with a good trip and a good passage list. She added a lot of freight here. For some reason the towboat Plerrepoot did not take the Rapid Tiaoslt In ber tow for the Ohio river last Suouay. and she now lies at the foot of .the Old Hen, Insight of the city. Tbe Hard Cash, Captain Ed C. Postal, Is the packet tills evening at five o'clock for all points on White river, going through to Jacksonport. Charles M Postal Is lu tbe office. The City ot Greenville, from St. Louts, en route to Vlcksburg, passed down yesterday at noon. She put off here 80OO packages freight, and added thirty live tons freight tor poiuts balow nern. Tbe Vlrgle Lee, Captain G. Wash Thompson, Is the regular packet this evening at five o'clock for all points on the Ot- lo river as far as Cincinnati. James Suttees will be fouud In charge of her office, assist ed by H. M. Miller. Notwithstanding he didn't get back in time to catch a Mardl-Gras trip. Captain Stein will leave Cincinnati Lext Saturday with his popular Charles Morgan, full of rouoa-trlp people. Over forty have already engaged rooms. The Paris C. Brown passed Cairo yesterday morn ing at ten o'clock, ana will arrive here this morning on ber way to NeW Orleans. Captain Halllday and his chlet clerk, Chris u. Youug, make It mighty comfortable for travelers. Tbe Injunction granted by tbe chancery court, restraining the collection of wharfage from the owners ol tbe B E. Lee wharf boat, has been dis solved, except as to tbe months during which the yellow fever prevailed last year, aud wbarfage will henceforth be collected according to the ordl nances made and provided. St. Louis Times Monday: "While paastng under tbe bridge Saturday night, at eleven o'clock, the Fannie Lewis collided with the west pier, knocking down her chimneys and doing bersell other damage to the extent of several hundred dollars. Tue Rohan Bros, put up the chimneys yesterday and ber star board guard will also be repaired by nine o'clock this morning, when she will leave for the Ouachita." Tne James Lee, Captain Stack Lee, is the packet this evening at five o'clo.k for Helena and Friars Point, Lloyd Wuitlow Is in Ihe office. The New York Tribune, a recogulz-d authority on all matters pertain I Dg to western rivers, publishes the annexed elephant story. Nothing ot tbe kind has ever ttansplred, but It don't cost much to let tbe Tribune have Its ay, so here goes: "Borneo, tbe elephant, amused himself In various Ways during a r-cent steamboat voyage on tbs Mississippi Irom New Orleans to Cincinnati. He made himself quite free with Ibe freight that was within his reach, and tumbled boxes, banels and bales around promiscu ously. At Vlcksburg, tbe hawser, a heavy cable some tbree Inches In diumettr,wss used to tie up the boaL The observing Romeo saw tbe deck-hands haul It In once or twice, when be concluded that be could do It himself quite as well as tbe dozen men. As long thereafter as he was kept on the forecastle be handled tbe hawser, so lar, at least, as hauling It was concerned. Tue deck-hands dragg d It cut and made It fast, but the moment It was untied tbe e.ephant seized tt with bis trunk and bauled It aboaid. Tbe bell wires ruunlng fr m the pilot house to tbe engine room passed under the caoln lloor directly over his back. He evidently noticed that when tne wires moved, the bell lang. He began to ring the beils himself by pulling the wires with his trunk. Tbe first time he Jerked the bell-wire the engineer stopped the boat, 'What's the matter?' asked the pilot through tbe speaking tube. 'Noth ing,' responded tbe engineer. 'What old you stop ber for?' -Because you rang tbe bell.' 'I aldn't ring.' 'Ting a llDg Ung-ilng.' clattered, tbe bell as If tnere were spirits In it. Tne engineer rushed out Just In time to catch Romeo Jerking the wire, and tne mystery was expiainea." HKADLIUHT FLASHKs. Brakemen get to work very early. They freanentlj get their brake fast on the train. The Charleston road Issued Mardl-Gras round trip tickets at Uss than one fare rate. Passenger traffic on ihe roads leading oat of the city Is good, and has been so all season. ' avery eneme has an engineer, wulcn Is no more than fair, swing that the cars have also an engine near. "Peg." Williams Is doing excellent work for bis road, catching every Oyer who wants a roups south westward. The Helena and Iron Mountain railroad has been completed to Marlanna, about twenty-five miles from Helena. " When this cruel war is over," ticket and passen ger agents hope to set'le down to square business, and bring a bonanza outot the spring trade. Railroad men In this city are all at sea, and will prubabiy so remain until some of tbe many rumored changes take place, or matters settled In some way. TheOblo and Mississippi management are re ceiving more per ton lor tbelr old Iron rails than they paid for the steel rails which they are now re ceiving. One million six hundred thousand dollars ot Louisville and Nashville first mortgage bonds, ad vertised for sale in New York yesterday moralng, were all closed i ut before noon. Colonel Barney Hugbes says one good effect of the railroad muddle Is to produce a profound respect for the management of all other roads In the minds of ticket agents. Tbey do not know to-day what they may be expecting to-miriow. On tbe seventh Instant tbe Montlcello branch of tbe Little Bock, Mississippi Blver and Texas railroad was completed and the first train has reached Mon tlcello depot. Tbe clUzsns were greatly rejoiced and made a corresponding demonstration. An exchange says most master mechanics have become convinced that steel h re-boxes will not do for locomotives run on western roads, and a major ity of the companies will, In the future, In building new and rebuilding old engines, substitute copper for steeL A company bas been organized In Boston to con struct and operate a railroad from Cairo, Egypt, through Port Said to Damascus, to connect with t .e Euphrates Valley rallroao, about to be built by an Engltsb company. Branch roads and extensions have been provided tor. The Turkish government bas beeu asked for a right ot way. Speaking of the late purchase of theOole combina tion by the Louisville and Nashvll e company, Hon. A. IL Stephens says that tbe graudest project ot the century tor southern prosperity has been ruthlessly destroyed by a pack of northern millionaires, who will spend one hundred million dollars any time rather than allow the south to prosper and become commercially Independent. The two Instances given below prove tost the Hail tniy A. Is eminently correct In saying that verdicts against railroad companies are sometimes fearfully and wonderfully constructed : "A negro has obtained a judgment against the Sculhwetparn railroad of Georgia lor twenty-lSye thousand dollars damages for tne loss of an arm A eow recently broke through a fence, threw an Erie tram from the track, killed tbe engineer, and destroyed thousands ot dol lars' worth of property, yet Its owner sued for and recovered Its value." Tbe plan ot railroad consolidation Is now becom ing so general that the principle of competition, which might come 10 the relief ot shippers. Is being rapidly eliminated from tbe transportation system. This relief, at best. Is uncertain and uneven, and It Is highly desirable that some mare uniform and far-reaching principle may be substituted for It. There are now two bills before congress, either ot which, should they become a law, would give the country much-needed relief. Of the two, Mr. Rea gan s bill is the best, hut railroad officials point out ; s nous defects wm in lhat. ffiONROOFINGrl Promeoade street, opposite Cousotd. Memphis, SCHODLFIELL,HAMUER&C0 J BCOIaESALE Grocers and Cotton Factors 256 f ront street, Memphis, Tenn. t3 OUR COTTON WAREHOUSE 18 NOW OPEN, and we solicit consignments from our friends and customers, and will make liberal advances on all shipments. WE ARE NOW RECEIVING An Entirely ftew and Fresh Stock of Goods, ani will wait nn nnr friends as nsnal CHAMPION CJURTER SOAK, THE LATEST ADDITIONS-Banusosne Nickel-plated Ornaments. Elegant Nickel plated Towel Back aUacbed to the top of the stove. The Hydro-carbon Fire-ktndler, saving time, labor and expense. Tbe patent Heat-retalnlng Oven-doors. All sizes of thee excellent stoves for coal, wood, or any other fuel 3EH. 757 3ES IF 3EES & C C3. 175-177-179 Main St Memuhis, WHOLESALE AND BETAUi DKALER3 IN Carriages, Buggies, Wagons! AND ALL KINDS OF C1BU1A(.E AMI WAtiOM 3IATESIAI.S ! We have recently greatly enlarge! our Storehouse, and added to our former stock a full line of BRIDLES, COLLARS, II SADDLERY AN1 IX 4 It X KM. II A K I) WAKE AND MATERIALS of all kinds. General Agents for tbe Celebrated Mil burn and Tennessee Farm Wagons ! n. c. FJKARCJK. PEARCE, SUGGS & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, o. 258 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. tSPartirnlar Attention Tald to the Wale nt Cotton. g1 Z. BT. K8TEM. Ir.te Eates. Kizer & Co. I JAM. 11. UOAH, Mcmphix. Tens. ESTBSBOAH & CO rtSueeessora to Kates, FJzer A Co.l Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission merchants, Nog. Ill and 13 Unin Street. Memphis. t - COTTON No. 336 Front street. iwli Jo U 1 .J J. T. FARGASON & GO. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors. 3G9 Front street, Memphis, Tennessee. ABil Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants lt0 Uravler street, Aew Orleans, la. TTTE HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH OF OUB HOUSE AT NEW ORLEANS TO MEET TBI VV ws,nt ,f oor irade. and ,-vHiSlgnment, of -olfon will have earwfnl arnf1on (LATE WHBELSB, PICKENS & BUCKETS, Tubs, Brooms, Churns, Trays, Cedarware, Sifters, Wash Boards, Well Buckets, Axe-Handles, 3iO TSK&B&xs- -tsr&&-tm -Merchants are rest ectfully Invited to call and see us before purchasing goods in this llne.gry BLANK BOOKS! CLAPP & BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. Blank Bock Manufacturers and Job Printers, riTK would Inform the Trade tbat our Stock of , t cmiH'iitirr ia toe lanyeni in ou - city. 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Eminent physicians in all pcrts of t!:e country, knowing its conijiosilioti, recom mend Armt's CiiEimv Pectohai. to invnii-ls, and prescribe it in tJieir jiractii-e. "lie t"st of half a century has proved irs nosi-inte certo-inty to cure all pulmonary rmnpluinrs not alreaily beyond the reach of iimuan a hi Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and An.-ilvticnl Clieu.iKti. Lowell, Mas, SOLD Br Art nuiiwuisTrt rnRTVFr.T States & Lee THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED TOBACCO AND CIGAR House In Memphis, offer to the Trade, at close fig ures, an immense block or irooas in tneir line, prominent among which are 1 00 butts Lone Star, 100 butts June Bnz, Dime and Nickel Pieces. 50 bntts Star Nayy, 50 butts Horsehoe Nayy, All Sizes. 50 butts Golden 1 harm Twist, 50 butts Drnmmond'8 Hard and Soft Pr. Nat. Leaf, 2500 lbs lilackwell's Durham, 1000 lbs Du;e of Durham, 1000 lbs Seal of North Carolina, 25 butts Calhoun Tobacco, 25 butts Hayard Tobacco, 25 butts los Cabin, 25 butts B. F. G rarely, 25 butts Peabody Twist. CIGARS! From the Cheapest to the Costliest Im ported Havanas. A full line of Meerschuam Goods. Sole Affanra In Memphis for VarilW Fair Cigarettes. STERNBERG a LEE 313 MAIN STKKKT. Mentiiies! AT WflOLKSALE. Wills Sl Wildbero-er 317 Main St.. Memphis. AS I am wanting money. I will k 11 Monuments, Tablets and Headstones, for thirty days, at tbe act ail cost of material and labor on it. Come soon and get a bargain, at '1 ho mas Maydwell's Marble Yard, 38 Union St.. bt. Main and Second, PRESCRIPTION FREE For the epeecLy Cure of Brnnl Weakness, XiOst Manhood, PTuature i'rA)ility, Kervousness,. Despondency. ConfutMou of Idas, Aversion to Socie ty, Defective Memory, and atl Disorders Brought on by Secret Habi ft aad Excesses. Any druggist ba tha Ingredients. Ad-irt., OR, JAQUES & CO. 130 Wtt Sixth Street. CINCINNATI. OHIO. WM. HAB6US. JAMES SIMS, Of Holly SprlnKS- Mfen. Of Holly gpiines. Miss. THOS. J. KAcjON, or Wail H1U, Misa. 1IAKIT!, Win.H & CO., Prop's. WE havs opened a Sale Stable at No. S07 Hrronil Mirrec Mncphlii,Teiia. (op posite Peaborij Hotel, on Second, between Madison and Monroe), where we will always keep on band a large number of KiKST-CLsSd HuBSFS 4 MULES. We Invite our friends to call and examine before purchasing. '-w AVERY & BERLIN Heal Estate AND- RENTAL AGENTS, So. 39 91 a li won St. Memphis Floral Co. O Immense reenIioasea lt Miles from City. Store 357 Main street. Memphis, Teas. BE4TJTIFUL ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUED OF Plants, Hoses. Bulbs, Mower Seeds, etc., mailed FKSg. upon application. AOTICK. THE undersigned has been appointed adminis trator of tue estate of Josepba Duttllnger, de ceased. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to hie same with me, prop erly probated, within tbe time required by law, and all persons Indebted to . said estate will save costs by a prompt settlement J OS 8 PH DHL. FANCY DYEING. Dres tiiHi.-( r-itawlf, titlk and ViouiuiJ dye rablecolorH; trui veilf lved. DRY GLEAMING. Dresses in all fabrics cleaned without rippuit or removing the trimming. Tne most elaborate party And theatrical dretfe aie thus elegantly ciewaea. WM. K.TE SIf L.K, 265 Walnut St.. Ciaeinnati. X ii;inhis i-. iuiu--l l-v -Mnt-.--4 ir'-liilly p.wkrMt IK. J. E. BLACK, Residence JKirth trri.t, omee ai5 Main atreet A new and mnpiete CI1E Tf WFDIiOCK. containing Chaptrra on A Comrsrtfnt Woman hood. Selection of wife. Evtdrarei td Vlmn. ZZSm itr. TrmpcrmiQeiitft, tprilitv. Advioe to Brid- iual D-u-. C-i. Cu.n-.n,-. 1.-. a) fWt.,-. TYJL r-M, ft we . ' R-l -'-u.-i.- Sinl L.f- r.4tl. Law ef Haniua aaa niitll. It ia also Private Medical Adviser " on diaaasM re aniline from impure sexual aaaociaiiona, and on irJf ibun tha acres kHt iT wlH-u4 ita rflart na aftar IA, rivi, Siahtrr iiiirasas. Lmrn of Viav. '" ama tmpmpat or mitiwy, n.af trasunnl ul aaasy vmlubla raraipsa. A buna Tor '" aaJ .iwavbraAa rvHu thai adaA hi il l bo wiUoa. as ipMiMs oa taaa anhHu raaM a mms Wl of bIm,. Ii ulH Koch that liaMit ur eh,t b. awl Ua Sow sua, ailfa trrtM 100 Pkua XamrBaaa aod Wndeata. Boat aiM for I . :aa ksa lUr m J.A.F0RREST&C0 DEALERS IN Horses and Mules. Gl & 63 Monroe St., near Teabodf Hotel, WS are receiving dally a laree assortment or HOH3Ed and MUXE3. Persons wanting stock: will save money by calling before purcbaalnu elsewhere. Everything sold by us fully guaranteed.. Orders solicited. INSURANCE. 3. 3. MURPHY. B. F. MURPHT. Murphy & Murphy, REMOVED TO 2J"o. Q MaOlson St. (In rear of Cotton Exchange.) SleiiiptiiH, ... Tenneiwee O1 lNJLT First-class Companies, tilnb oases an if wiuiirj Btores specialties. CHERRY Marnle Very Ciieaii M.H.CooverfeOo MASUFACTCCEKS OF Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings, ALL KINDS OF DOOll AND WINDOW FRAMES, Brackets and Seroll Work, Bough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laid?, Etc, Nos. 161,163 and 165 Washington street. XV. It. lealbreatb. COTTON FACTORS, tytlur Warelionse (Mutual .storage Company) is now open, ready to receive olri. on -whieli we will mahs I i hern 1 enh lvnr.i. N. K..FAIRBANK k CO. ST. I.017IS AHI CHICAGO, LARD AND LARD OIL! tW We would call the attention of the trade generally to oar well-knowa brand of T.ard and Lard OIL Some nrrpalii mariufacturers, unable to eompete fairly with as, are Placing upon tne market lrd packed olieirs welsh t. both Tierees and Ksekeis. We cai.-rclnily call the at tention of eaaaiBserato the above facts. wl'K Lard Is always FI LL WKIKHT. Weask hat we be sustained In our efforts to keep koaetic goods In the market. Let rraart be stamfied out. WKSCIKKWt4A-0. 1 1. 11 man ess sit. ca ea u ca &Ma u "W JdLOXiIOSilXi33 Grocers, Cotton Factors. AND SAXaT AGENTS, lo. 9 Union street. : : : : Memphis. Tenn. A. TACGAKU, fi. TACCAKO. A. VACOARO & GO., ISfOKT&8 ASI BEjlj.ERS 13 WINES, LIQUOBB & OIGAE.S, 1ST. 3S4J- Promt ttpe.i. Misnitfi AIBKW BTKWAKT, AM DBI W I. W VMK, V. IX. HA E UtY. j Sew Orleaaa. HemppJ. empn. STEWilRT, 6WYMIE1 SO. WHOLESALE GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 sod 358 Front St., Memphis, Tom;. -aid- " Stewart Brothers & Co,, Cotton Paotors and Commission Merchants. New Orleans, iSi;iUis lW.Kr-?fTi mX 7. . V- " , watx. o;-.-fiPt L, B. Kb GOCHBAH. R. L COCH HAJRVlf'ACrnTBKBS OF Lumber, Lath and Shingles, Daora. 8aak sal Bllada. aad all k.iada of fMklsc Boxes. OBicfl an Yard, foot of Waalngrton st. I Saw and Flaninar Mills, North end Sbtj Td 8ALESBO0M CORNKB OY UNION AND FEONT STREETS. Ulemph Im 'w nsH. B. J. SEiiWiES 8 CO SOLE PBOPBIETOBS OF Old ITannissee, IT TT H TRADE REGISTERED. Old SOUR IH1ASH WHISKI C. P. HUNT k CO WHOLESALE GROCERS & GOTTOfi FiOT 306 FRONT STREET, Mosbv & Hunt Block, : : : Memphis, ETenn. TO THE WK HAVK CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGB AND WKLL-AS30RTED "STOCK OW GBOCKRIE.3 Provisions, Baling Stuffs, Iron-ties, Whiskies, Tobaccos, Cigars, Case-goods, etc., etc At present our stock embraces : 2009 pieces Bagging Jute. 2000 bills. Iron-Ties Tar ious patterns. 2000 barrels Flonr, 100,000 lbs. Meat Clear and Rib Sides, 100 hhds. Sngar all styles and grades, 100 barrels New York Refined and Hard Sugars, . n -ii ..,. .mi.i. nniaimns tA our Una To nnr ' Good Luck" and ' Grand Central" Flours, we invite especial attention. These brands are manufactured exclusively for our use and trade, and are bandied by no other firm In any market. a htHkle eome from the best distilleries of Ohio. Middle Tennessee and tbe "Blue-grass Region," ana may at all times be relied on to equal representation. ........... Hi- tttor k of sjla-ara Is well kept np, and complete. Not only do we handle all of tbe most re liable and popular domestic brands, but our house Is the Wholesale Depot for PaftK A TILKORD-d bent and choicest Imported goods. Dealers particularly are Invited to call and looh :for themselves. Bought prior to Ihe late advance, and for cash, we are offering our stock "dead low." and claim to be able to com pete with all markets and ail competitors. All we ask at Ihe hands of the trade" Is a trial . Oar SJov-too Malvtarooaa Is large, commodious and splendidly lighten. Samples are atall times displayed to tbe best advantage, and sales effected under tbe personal supervision of tbe senior member of our nrm. WEIGH TS are carefully guarded, and liberal Cash Advan.-es made on all consignments confided to "our care. W. T. Bswdre. Boothtt. Slaloae. BOWIE, 1L0I k CO. COTTON JI280 Front street 1S&t8SJc5K.i'I Memphis, Tenn. J. M. Fowikes. J. At, rvsTtlN. iu. O. TACCABOr ron1" J.B.ALDRICH 8c CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds SEWING MACHINES! And Sewing-Machine Goods. GBkKBAL AGENT3 OB dun tniurv a tu. a- r i i tnna Aid FASHION PCBUCAT1UXS. Ko. 854 MECOXI ST, IKTING BLOCK, HemphiN. Ten n ee . A. COCEIKAX. OUR MASK : 200 barrels Choice New Orleans Mo lasses and rjrnpp, 1000 bags Bio Coffees, 1000 kegs Nails, 1060 cases Assorted Canned iiood?. 500 packages Tobacco, 100 barrels Whisky, 500.00O Cigars Domestic and Imported, Mlebmted brands or " Trane-MrK." " Monoeram. M. i. Bswdre FACTORS, A DISSOLUTION. THE partnership Deretofore existing between the nnd-slsred. under tbe firm name of GRCBBS AUSTIN & BEKRY, Is Ibis day dissolved by muiual consent. Mr. W. B Grubbs retiring therefmra. Kitri-r I artner Is authorized to sign tbe firm dium In liquidation. W. B. GRUBBS. JOHN A. -CSITN. W. HOLDER BERRY. Memphis, Tenn., January 10, 1880u IN retiring from the firm ef Grnbbs, Austin A Berry, of which I have so long been a member, I thank my friends In general for their kind pap-on-age, and bespeak (or tbe new arm a eontinnnee of the same. W. B. GRUB 33. Nli3W X'JULrLiwio AUSTIN. BERRY CO., successors to Grnbbs. Austin A Berry, will continue tbe business at the same tand, 83 Mala aSrect. assuming ell the liabilities ot tbe old firm, and are alone author ized to collect the outstanding tndebtednes thereof, which must be settled within the next Hxty days. J. A- AUSTIN. W. HOLDER BERRY. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust made to me as trustee on tbe 23d day of January, 187 A, by Henry B. Edmondson and Sophia K. Edmoodson.aitd recorded In book No. 1 17, on pages 175 and 1 7 ft. In theotnoa of the Register of Shelby county. Tennessee; to se cure tbe debt therein named, I will sell to tbe blvh st bidder, at public sale, tor easb. at tbe southwest comer of Main and Madison stieets. In tha Thxing dlstrlct of Ehelby county, Tennessee, on Ma tarda-. 14th dtp of re-braary, 1KHO. at 12 o'clock m., or within thirl; minutes thereafter, tlie following described renl estaie. being In r-helby county, Tenneesee, distinguished In said deed of trut as " A lot or tract of land east or the city of Memphis, near tbe Memphis and Charleston railroad: Beginning at a point on tbe east side of Ragan avenue four hundred and thirty-one (431) fret north of the Intersection wtth the north line of Austin avenue; thei ce running east parallel with Austin avenue five bunured and nlnety-tlgi" 5l-M) feet; tbence north parallel with Regan avenue ninety-six (Prt) feet; tbenc east parallel with Austin av enue two hundred and eleven (211) feet; tbeoca north tbree hundred and thirty two (832) feet west twelve (1) chains and twentr-eevea (27) links to Ra gnn !-; thence south four hundred ana twenty eight 42s) feet to tbe beginning, Tue same blng parts of lots fxirand five of Ibe Wfaltemore subdi vision, and containing the residence of tbe akl Kd mondsons." Tbe title to said property Is believed to be good, but I convey only as trustee wed J. M. tfHKXB. Trustee. 3ion.Kefidnt Kotiee No. 2407 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee J. K. Warner vs. E. K Knlgbt e( aL II appearing f on an order ol court Tn this cause that the defendant, K R Enlsbt, b depvted mis Hie, leavin as bis widow Kmlly B. Knight, ana as his beirs-at law Jennie Knlgbt and Myr Knlgbt. all of whom are non-residents of the biate ot Ten nessee: Is Is therefore ordered, rhat they make their ap pa' ance bere(n, at tbe ennn house of Shelby county. In Memphis. Tenn., no or before tbe first Monday in March, 1 nxO. and plead, answer or denial to ooes plalnant's bill, or tbe same wll be taken for eoo fmsed as to them and ret for hearing exparta; and tbataeopyof this order be published eoee a week, for four s vce slve weeks. In ihe Memphis Appeal. Thlslvthdayof January. IMrtO. - A copy-atest: & J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By K. B. M'Henry, Deputy C and M. - J. W. Vernon. Sol tor oompl'nt wed NoaResideat Notice. Na 3497 In tbe Cbaowy Court ot 6belby ormnty. Tennessee John W . Worthlngtoa et si. vs. Motile A Worthlngton et aL It appearing from affidavit In this cans, that the deftHida its, Aiollie A. Worthlngton and Marcus S. Worthlngtoa, are non-residents of the State of Ten nessee: It I- therefore ordered, Tbat tbey make their ap pearance herein, at tbe courthouse ot Shelby county, in Memphis. Tenn,, on or before the drat Monday in March. 1HK0, and plead, answer or demur to com plaint's bill, or tbe same will betaken for eonfessed as to tbem and set for hearing ex parte; and tbat a copy of this order be published once a week, to: four successive weeks. In Ihe Memphis Appeal. This 27tb day of January, 1880. A copy attest: R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. By K. B. M'Henry, Deputy Clerk and Master. Unlay A Peters. Sols, tor oompl'nt. wed Non.Kesident Notice. No. 8467 In the Chancery Court of Shelby Coontv, Tenn. Charles Stout, adm'r of 3. W. Stout, dee d, vs. il. M. Stewart. - IT appearing from affidavit In this cause that tbe defendant, H. M. Stewart, Is a non-resident of tne Stale ot Tennessee; that be Is Indebted to com plainant In tbe s.mot 200. due by note, and at tachment having been Issued and levied on his property, as snown ny anenn'v return: It Is therefore ordered. That he make his ap pearance herein, at the courthouse of Shelby county, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In March. 1 HKO. and plead, answer or demur to complainant's Dili, or tbe same will be taken for confessed as to htm. and set (or rearing exparte; and tbat a copy of this order be published once a week, for four suo- ot-ssive weeks. In the Memphis Appeal. This Jan uary 13, 1SHO. : A copy Attest: B. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. I By E. B. M'Hjutrt, Deputy Clerk and Master. W. P. W llson. Sol. for Complainant wed tnOB THE 8PKKDY CUBE of Seminal Jj Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Any druggist has the Ingre dients. DR. JAUUK3 CO.. 130 WMtnivth atTM.Ctnnannl TRUSTEE'S SALE. TTNDER and by vtttne ot a trast deed made the U rtib day of September, 1877, by B. P. Ander son and M J Anderson, bis wife, to me, as trustee, which deed Is duly registered, to secure two notes tor the sum of SrtlK) each, made by said B. P. Ander son, dated Memphis, Tenn.. 6th day September, 1877, and payable 1 st January nd 1st April after date to tbe order of Hliam M. Gage; default having been made In payment cf same. I will, being so re quested by said beneficiary, sell to the highest bid der, for casb. at the corner of Main and Madison streets, Memphis, Tenn- on the ltfta day sf Fr-Srstry Next, the following cescrtbed lot of ground in Memph'i Tenn., being a part of subdivision No. 2, assigned to W. V. Marsh In tbe partition of a portion of the estate of bis deceased father Wm. Marsh, on Lau. deroale ftwt, tbe partition herein conveyed: Be ginning at tin southeast corner of said subdivision N- . 2. and at tbe noitbeast comer ef a lot now ownrd by Wm. Fellows; thence northward along the west line of Lauderdale street fifty-three feet to the touth line of a lot .old on the 4th July, 18711, to said B P. Anderson; thenoe westward along thr st utb line of said Anderson's lot one hundred and sixty-three feet, more or lees, to the southwett cor ner of i-aid Anderson's lot; thenoe northward along the west ltne of said Anderson's lot fifty-three feel ten l'-cbes to Ihe north line of said rnbdlvlslon No. 2 ; thence westward along the north line of said sub division No. 2 or e hundred faet. more or less, to tbe no th west comer of said subdivision No. 2: thence southward on tbe west line of subdivision No. 2 one hundred and lx feet ten Inches to tbe southwest corner of subdivision No. 2; thenoe eastward with tbe south line of said subdivision No. 2 two hun dred and sixty-feet, more or less, to tbe beulnnln-. Tbe proceeds of said sale are to be applied to the payment of tbe balance due on said notes and to the parties legally concerned. The title to the prop erty is believed to be good, bnt I sell only as trustee , January 10, IHH0 W. A. WAGE. Trustee. Trustee's Sale. PURSUANT to a trast deed exeouted to me by 1 B. Reaves, and Annie Reaves, bis wire, dated March 13, 1878, and recorded In the register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book Na 123, page 838, at the request of the beneficiaries in said deed ot trust, I will, Oa 5f owdnr, Prbrasrr 1, INM, between tbe hours of 12 m. and 2 p.m.. In front of the courthouse dw of said county, sell for cash, at public outcry, tbe following described real estate, situated in Shelby county. State of Tennessee, and di-scribrd as follows: B ginning at a stake on the southwest corner of lot Na 1 of the subdivision of John Reaves' 200-acre tract; thence north 23 chains and 12 links to a st-tka; thence west 1W ch tins and IH) links to a take; tbence south 23 enalns and 12 links toa slake (a post oak pointer); thence east lft cbalns and (H) links to the bnt'nnlng. containing 4$ acres, and Known In said division a lot Ma 2 All rights and equities of redemption waived. Title be lieved lo be good, but I sell and 'onvy as trustee. W. W. M' DO WELL, Trustee. J.J. BAWLINGS& Co Cotton Paotors And Commission Herchants, 832 FRONT STREET, Fp-otalrw ... .Hravkla. TrssMI Chancery Sale of Foundry, Sachine Shop, Tools, ttc. Na 3458. R. Chancery Court of Shelby ormnty A, r. itavnor a at. vs. j. u. duks el aL BY VIRTUE of an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In Ihe above eaose on tbe -J day of February. 1880, 1 will sell. at public aoouoiiTtO-J highest bidder, on the premises, In Memphis, Ten nessee, on Hatarday. Krbraary 14, 1HMO, oommencing at 10 o'clock am., the following de scribed, property, situated In Shelby eounty, Tenn.. to-wlt: The leasehold Interest of J. Q Duke Co in Ihe lot ot land on tbe corner of Front and Auction streets. In Memphis. Tennessee, upon which la erected certain foundry and machine-shops, Nos. 2ft 31, 83 and 35 Front street, which said lease bold Is more particularly described tn the deed ot trust of record In book No 1 27. pages 273, 274 and 275 of the Eeg1'ters office of Shelby oounly. Tenn.; also, the foundry and machine-(.hope and erections on said leasehold. Also, tbe following machinery, tools, fixtures, etc.. In said shops and bullelngs, to-wlt: One extensloo latbe one cupaloot two tons capacity, one boll cut ter, taps and dies, one engine, boiler and fixtures, o"e brass furnace for two crucibles, one ortll press and K-feet lathe, one bull former and snvll, one small lion lathe, one crane, two fire and soot blower-,, one heater 20 by4 feet long, with copper coll ; one planer and saw-gummer, patterns for Maiden's cotton-press, one desk, one Iron-safe, one clock, one complete set of blade tultu's tools, one complete set of machine shop tools, one outfit for pattern shop, flask-pf.tterns for foundry, together with all other tools that may be on sail premuwe. terms of Sale Cash. This February 4, 1880. R. J. BLACK, Cleik and Master. Wright, Koikes 4 Wright, and L. A K. Lehman, Attomeya. hah Tckco rarlcl hihtmf prist ftl , e eJivx "j qmhi and exctumJK " v rT. , r mam. As urn blim lH-, trwlwMrS hi doa -.liliMl or. tufrrb.r ifoodi. M thai J.tettmo.'s ami m fl. rvvry Tilujr. H free, i.i C. A. Jj Trustee's Male. TTNDER and by virtue of a trust deed made LJ to me, as trustee, by James M. Richard son. President of " The Cllasopble Literary S Hetr,'' dated Mar 18, 1878, Dd recorded In the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book Na 124, page 258. I alii, on Taeidsy, Marea , lsHO, at the southwest eon er of Second and Madison streets, In the Taxing-district ot SbelDy eounty (formerly city of Memphis) SELL FOR CASH, at public auction, to the highest bidder, tbe following described property, to wit: "Situated near Bunt) n btatlon. M. and C. K. R.. In Shelby eounty, Tenn.. and described as follows: Beginning at tne north east corner ot the intersection of Speed and Spolte wood avenues; thence east with the north line of SlKittswood avenue one hundred (100) feel to a stake; thence north one hundred (100) feet to a stake; thence west one hundred feet to a stake on tbe east line of Speed avenue; H ence south with tbe east line of Spee.1 avenue one hundred 1(0) feet to tbe beginning, together with the Improvement, on said lot." The equity Ot redemption Is expressly waived In snld tniM detd Tnetitie Is thought lo be good, but I shall sell arid convey only aa trustee. WALTER H REPORT. Trustee. Administrator's Notiee. THE undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap pointment as administrator of the estate of Edward a Molloy, deeoiuod; all erefliort are re quested to present their olaltni to me. Meraphl. January 13, 1880. JOHN JOHNSTON. Johnston A Ford. Attorneys. S , e r