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FEBRUARY S3, i ' 11 1 ' " II - M - HI. I- --- , ., i. . -I 1 " i i I : - - -- BAlLitUAll TI SK-lAlitiiib. to al"vr It and 4aBTlll and Vremt 4iiilhfrq. Fti rtss. dMIy 1 1 :) p.m. R:lf a m. 6 40 ft.ni. 4:20 p.m. 4:20 P.m. -4 " Mi.' f -- JJr . ' -11 4 ,co c.i'.O'tRt 1) d-i;Tiiei t ritiml.iys). .. "On Si.uirclHy. Kxtress run only to M'Keniie, coo nectiiiit tor Nath.tlle. t 1 l.ato.tpril B" TPBOrPiW, LKAVB. 2:45 p.m 4 40 p.m. AHHIVB. 10:45 am. (4:00 am. flK) p.m. N-w 'r'i' i rr.:!, tlllT... btUttt frnmo'tn, ohI Jj i ' . -. ' ; .iTKli'.Ti) I Fr Tnvl . dal.y (dun - llAVS e'entl) I X:4o a.m. . and rutrlMlM j AVI ABR1VB. 11:15 p.m. l.-OO p.m. 4 40 n.m. 8-00 .m - hI:t tim Mill . I t ' kk1hUoii It" and UHlflttrt. r. 10 p.m. 1 ')0 H.m. 1 1 Oo p.m. Kt05 P.m. H-n-uieaii Dim IrniDhlK. f.SAVS. AKU1VA. Hi i,,'';ti5 in to p.m. V:li0 ft.ni. 3 .. r . , r7. i .. In (!( m K:Q P m DISSOLUTION. THE pat!nrlitri heretofore existing brtween the uti'I-iik et, iinilor the firm name of MHUBB3. Ai -ms A hKKl'.Y, la this day dissolved br mutual mnwnt. Mr. W. B Unibbs retiring; therefrom. Ki h-r tartner la authorized to rlKn tne 'm name Ul HiJUUIaliOll. W B. OKUBBH. John a. uani. W. H0LDEB BKUHT. Memphis. Te.m., Janua.ii 10, 18M0. JN wiring from the firm of Grubbs, Austin A? Brr,, of which I bsve so Ions beea ft member, 1 thank my M-ihIx In general for their kind ptilren m . hu.i beapoak for the new firm a eonl'mi nee ol the same. W. B. OHUBttd T&J-zrw iivj.JLi.Tvi. AUSTIN. ncWtY A CO.. successors to Grubbs, AuMin Herr. will continue the business Hi tlin smiie -tiKi. ) irrn. ftMuminf ftll lb Mainline, of the olij dim, and ro alone aulbir ! 1 to collfit ttie outsiandliu lortVbtedrie-.ft tbxraof, Mcli mint be riLvU witb.n the i hi lutj daj. 3. A. AUSTIN. W HOl.TiKH BF.WBT. W. A. F AIRES & CO (Succrsiors IoJ.fl.4W. A. ralres). Dealer! In IlOIJi: and JlCXiISS, No. 55 Union street. XTK kn eonsttnntlf on band a choleft select ton VV of I tor -en and Mules. Kwiyttilug guarav DiOIlUE TO COTTON PLANTERS I WILL tow-boats or leAK-CO"! at M ni(,lil by lli loth or a"th of ifebruary. od will ,1. Il.rr lo p rt'i'i.l m In lol-cof not les tuan one tbi"i-aml (1.;0) b'i-hel at the marHM prloa. r ir particulars MAHT:N WALT. Kront street, Mmphi. ' r H.l.lr-'. me, at New Orleans, aftra Uowrtl ft riowrr, 1 IX foyaras street. i r w iTTnr, PublicSaleKeal Estate " CAMP MARKS" FOR SALE. ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18S0, AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.. 270 ACKESN OF jT.ANI I.rlnir rn both slls of t e Mississippi and Ten ..,. k i rorul fur a-mlle, known as fBTKR SltfiHKL'a bfi'Mlt TiiACT. 1 r elr r Mf -r. ii r water. be best limbered unlitoJ In Wn.t Tnnneso-e. Hessilfsl lIM t,, -HttM. s-tl fttiiBte4 Two rldires run ps.il Hi to the aliioad oneonellher sine with a k'H'Iu ' !' to 'be road bel. All those w tin spent be itiiiiin-r at i'anp Mii'ks can tell ou of be nat nr.u be tut t tti s tract. It will be told la lots of from I'll u fill hcies la a iilHIioi to Ibis trnrt. I bam another to be sold aanix ! lyniK Jul noitli of Nouconnab Cf ek and ea-i nl M. aii.lT.lt K. Kortj acres of tills tiact Is ciet I; b iianm In u.xid tnniier. This land equal lo Miu..sii'l rlvr bo loiu and has beullml build in i- tui It 1h.Mr.ici will not be dlTioed. M i h,i t nwn at t e otlice of bcalee 4 Win cli"tcr, Aiionicyi. vn Jl'.l ia ilson slreet, Mr F-tr HH 'ln-1 wnl tase pleasure In showlrj thine ovur the l.md who kh lo baik at It Trains run e, i t 1 1 r o Hie I iii.l, so tbst those who desire It cn no out ai H::iii a m. ao'l VilO p.m. and oome In at l a iu aim 5 r m. M hcii on; .ortiiultr tins ever been effered to men of -in nl Hiatus who want suluiban boniea. Tkhmh or -AiJc-llaif cesU; balance la twelTB biiiiiiiix; lln rtii iiiH'd on land Hui or Sal -Corner or Main and Madison street. MeuiUis, Teliu. Tble -- rtert. ' PSTKH M1TCHEL. Sea s A U lfchester. Att'ys, H J Waols-iq st. LACLEDE HOTEL, Fifih, Sixth & Chestnut Sts.. fit. J-oiiis, : Missouri. MA!Vttf. FKUBAM CO. M )H r HI! f.Atn J. H. CH4F8AlWfl City Colleuting Agency rpuv" un'terHlned biire added to the Rental and I K- al Kit e busiii"ss, a department lor Inecol lectlot s nf ainn lii bills of merchant, phjslclana and ntners We will employ active and tliorounh colln-iors. and mnke proiout reimrta and returns of ail bun. ins, piHo. o lu our bunds. Try us, and m uar tiilre sal llnctlou. A VHV i:HM V. WW Mel www afreet. 1 5, 1 5 If 61 ii AUKS Memphis & Charleston R. R.Stock Matoh's Ornra, I Charleston, b. C February 14. 1880. 1 T-m4 wl'l be rai-eWed t tbe underslned tor tba jTy purcha-eot lie Kltteen fuousano Uoa Hun iliel end Kilty tibiir s of -too , held by ibecllyof C'mrli-ntiiii, In the ilf ru, bis and Clmrtoeuia fcall- roa i. Ail bnis to be Inclosed to me, under aeal. on or be fore ill" li'tli tiarnn, lhil - Hie ellr of Cbarleeton reeT In ; ibe 'xlit to decline all bias, la ease DO atinf.tciory uflur Is mnde. M. A. COfTRTFNAT. MsTOf. AY?a.Y S BEliLIN lineal Estate AND RENTAL AGENTS, Vin : Madison Ml. Election Nutice. TUB annual metln of tbe "toekbolders of the "-' aellrt :.! alll be h'-M at the -(llne of the eomiMiny. riS lladlwn ainwt, Miiuiliis. Teno.. MONUtV. March I. 1K0, toe eet Pe,eo (7) unvcloia to seire Ibe company tbe susu liiK year, tlwcilou from 10 a m. lo p ui. JiiriKl'll ("Hlil. tteerelary. J.S.STANTON & CO. COTTON FACTORS Anil CJommlssion Merchants, 23r FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. ncratl, ATTFNTliiN riven to tbe Bale of all I rt. itAV.'Ka, U. r HkKHUN. Late Kuruierlr T. tt. Hajncs 4 Co. Herrou, Connor 4 Co. tietron, llaynes & Co. Cotton Factors - Ami 'ouimint.tii MVreliitivla, OFKK'K, 2615 f ;t T STREET. Tf-.SIMr MWKK. nF.nrtii Llnvml ailTMiH-es on consignments. t.fit-n (i'wn to miiitip -" Special at- ' Memphis Floral Co. A lussuruMe tireestiss.rs Irows Co- -Its Miles) jstorr 3.7 Main "treet. Memphlc, Tenn. TIE l;TIKl?L IL' I'STBATKD CATALOOPX fF ) l lama. Kiwh. Bu ps, Hower tieeds, eto., mailed t it"', upon ..pplm-duiii. KELLEY& fiVCADDEN WHOLESALE AND COTTON FACTORS 414 Main BtrMt. MompiiiH. SAMUEL MAI, The Shirt Tailor, 235-MAIN-235 Tbe onlf Maniif.ctore r that wakes his (in ds In tUU illy. Perfect In Make, htjlo and 0.ualiij. let assortment ef pll Itlnda alw.iyx Ii ln k. OTTO SCHWILL&Co OFFSU AT LOWEST P1UCE8 New Crop Grass Seeds OMON-6ET3, WfJSAT, UYK, AND Ulldra rilHMlTJM GARDEN SEEDS! , l"ri;!f and Orn imerjUU Trees, . ..-in KUS "Hd it Ufjaro Knot, i -nf i'mitta, els. Also. ajr, i'aper-B i and TwlnesC ' -Tf, ?.l3in?his,Tcnn. u K0M ANTIC AND WJIKTCHED. How BraTe Yoaaic IrUh ttlrl Encoun tered the World Alone Bather than She Would be Com pelled To Harry the Man She Did A'ot Lore How at Lait She Harries, Sur fers for and Is Deserted bj the Scoundrel. Port Jerria (N. Y.) letter to the New York Timtt: A. few days aco there were taken from this place to the county almshouse, at Uoshen, a yonnft woman and her infant child tbe former to be placed in the depart rneot for the pauper insane. Although only twenty-four years of efre, of a respectable and well-to-do family, thia young woman haa been subjected to experiences of the most painful and sad character. In 1872 she was lmDtr with her parents in Rathlavne, Mary boroneh, county Queens, Ireland. Her name was Maggie Burton. She bad alorer named John Hart. He was a miller in the neigh borhood, but Maggie's parents did not think be would be a suitable hatoand for their dtugbter, who was a quiet, unassuming girl of sixteen, while he was a wild and roister ing fellow, several years her senior. One dy Maggie quarreled with ber mother about tlart. Tne result was that she ran away from home, and embarked on a vessel bound for New York. She arrived in America with only a few dollars in her pos session. She bad an uncle living in the vicinity of Lackawsxen, Pika county, Pennsylvania, on the Erie railway, and she bought a ticket to that place and found ber relative. She subsequently obtained work in a Port Jervta family. She was in that family's employ until tbe spring of 1877, proving to be a girl of excellent character aad qualifications. In tbe spring of the above vear sbe started tram Port Jervis on the llonesdale way freight on the Erie to pay a visit lo her node's family at Lackawax-jn. When near ber destination the locomotive of a train passing on the east-bound track was thrown from tbe track as it was opposite the car in which tba girl was sitting. The car was wrecked, and Maggie Burton was buried beneath tbe broken timbers and debrit of the car. She was taken out unconscious, and it was lound that she had received a severe fracture of the skull, from which the brain was Oozmg. She had other serious injuries besides, and it was thought that it would be impossible for her to live mora than a few minutes. Sbe was taken, however, to the Williamson boose, at Lai.bawaxen, and the railway authorities at Port Jervis sent pby, sicians by a special train to do what they could for the injured girl. She lay in a comatose state for several days, and as a large amount of her brain had been lost before aid reached ber, the pbysicians did not calculate on ber ever showing signs of returning consciousness. Their wonder was that she was alive at all. On tbe seventh diy ih revived, and appa rently recognised o' j-icts around her. Care ful and judicious nurses were provided by tbe railroad company, and the girl gradually improved. At the end of three months she was able to resume her journey. Her case wns noted by several prominent physicians, who regarded it as one of the most remarka ble on record. Miss Burton, in full posses sion of her mental and physical vigor, took up her residence at her uncle's for tbe time, 'be railroad company paid all tbe expenses of her illness, and gave her one thousand dollars in cash. Attar rewarding persons who had been kind to her in her misfortune. Maggie purchased a ticket for Ireland, and returned to her old homo. She remained in Ualblagoa about two months, marrying her old lover, John Hart, in the meantime. Be lieving that they could do better in America than at home, Maggie, now Mrs. Hart, made arrangements to return to this country with her husband, and to take over a younger sis ter., ilart had a boon companion named Thomas Foster, whom be wanted to accom pany him to America. The two men con cocted the story that the officers were after Foster on a crnirge of poaching, and this being tola to r ostnr s wife, awakens J her sympathy, and sue bought a ticket for Fos ter also. The oariy landed in New York late in 1877. Mrs. Hart pur chased tickets tor Lackawaxen, where she supposed her husband could get work at fu trade, ibis be wai unable to do, and, Foster being also idle, andthesiBter not hav ing found a situation, tue unfortunate wife found that her little fortnue was being rnp'd- v eaten no. One nay in December, 1877, Hart, his wife and Foster were out walking. Mrs. Hart always carried her money with ber for fear it might be stolen. It was now reduced to a sum less than one hundred dol lars, which she kept in a portemoonaie. This she bad in her cloak pocket. Her husband told ber she would lose ber money by carry ing it that way, and told her to let him carry it. She handed him tbe pocket-book. Wben tbey returned home. Hart and Foster re mained outside talking. Wben Mrs. tlart went to call them to tea tbey were not in sight, it was soon Discovered tnat tney naa both run away, leaving the wife without a penny. She and ber sister were thrown upon tbe charity ot friends tor several week', wben tbey found situations Maggie returning to Port Jervis. Sometime a?o ber head beaan to trouola ber, and, being unable to work, sbe was left destitute again. Her head continued to grow worse. To earn her bread she had recourse to a lite ot shame. A few months ago she gave birth to a child. Since then her mind haa been tottering, and a few days ago, as stated, it was necessary tor tbe authorities to remove ber to tbe pau per insane asylum and her child to the alms house. Earpers Magazine.! TMK KlfTIKU or PETER. w, a. LONornxow. A FOLK bONO. Behold. Batan bath desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat.-At Luke, xill, 8 1. In Bt. Luke's Rospel we are told Uow Peter In the days ot old - Was.lfied; And now. ibougb age Intervene, 8ln is the same, while time and seene Are shitted. Batan desires n, great and small. As wheat, to sift us, and wa all Are templed; Not one. however rlob or great. Is by bis station or estate Exempted. Mo borne so safely guarded Is But be, by some device ot bis, Can enter, No heart bath armor so oomolete But be can I lere wltb arruws Boot Its center. -For all at last tbe erk will erow Wbo bear tbe warning voloe, but go UnneeoinK, Till thrlor and more tbey have denied Tue Mn of Borrows, i rueiued And bleeding. Oe look of that pale suffering face Will make us feel the deep disgrace Of wsxkoess: We shall be anted till tbe strength Of self conceit be changed at leuglb . To meekness. wounrts of the soul, tboturh bealed, will aohe Tba redileoimt sers remain, and make Confession i Lost Innocence returns no mora, Ws are not what we were btforo Transgression. ut noble souls, through dust and heat. His trou. disaster and defeat I be suouM-er, And eonwioua still of tbj divine Wilblu 'hem, lie ou eaitu suptue No longer. UAWTIIUttNE. AaKstlastesfise Ueslsa tss Wstks f Ike Urrstrst NavollaS Hi Oar Tlase la This ar Aay Otker Cwnatry. Prof. Gilmore delivered a lecture recently in Rochester, New York, on the genius and works of Hawthorne, in the course of which he said that in assigning Hawthorns the first position as an American writer ot prose Ua tioo, a comparison would bo forced with Irv ing, Cooper and Poo. It is questionable if the writings cf the first would bo as popu lar as tbey were. Us is rather Eoglmh than American. Cooper is emphatically Ameri can, sometimes offensively so. His writings are, bowevor, too much in imitation o! Scott, and have set much originality. No compari son can be made with Hawthorne. Poe wrote nothing but sketches, and too can not be regarded as a rival ot Hawthorne. Hawthorne is emphatically American, his stores being saturated with the New Eogland "pint. Perhaps he is the greatest grsius America haa yet produced. His aooestots rere noted as persecutois of Quakers, but bis immediate an cestors were seafaring men. lie was born at btlem, Massachusetts, on July 4, IHOi, and m hia vouth was noted tor reading Banyan and following field sports. He did not like to writo ffisay at college, nor wts ce Driiuaot (here, and it is recorded that he was once fined 'titty cents for nefrlett tp write an essay. He was exceedingly shy for a lwg bia utter graduating, and seldom was Been exoept hen tbe bre Dolls rang, nnu mm " ,b.u, the fire, lie was not a great reader, ana aia not quote much. His style is cot affected by the books he read. His Twict Told Talt wera so named because they had been previ ously printed in various periodicals, llis Mils from th Tour rump are wormy ot Ik mg rtad by temperance people. Like Chaucer, Wadsworlh and Burns, Haw thorne was a gauger in a custom b imc. Ue lived la ?rook Farm from 1S40 to 1SA1, but found tbut physical labor prevented composition and literary cul ture, ilia second volume ot Twice Told Tales, un.l Mosses from an O.d Manse, show more power and more gloom than his first writ ings. His Scarlet letter was published in I&jO, aad five thousand copies of it were sold in ten days. Tba lecturer thought that tbe reason of its great sale was lu.tt tf-o introduc tion satirized outrageously his acquaintances in the customhouse. The HcarUt Letter is regarded as bis ablest book. From 1850 to 1863 was his period of greatest liteiary vro duution. Tbis period is marked by too uto- (lection of the following books i Hv,jt- Srren Cables. 1851; Snow lmaqe t-fc, is&t; JihthedalS liomanee, ItsoZ; Tone IU ' . 1851; Tangltumod Talt, 1853; Tru, 1861; Life of Franklin i'ist c. lb i-. I he llvuse of Stven Oables is pr.bubly his most popular work. The Wonder Book and Tanglswood 'Tales were wiitten for children, but are of intense interest to persons of ua hmii Ha wrote a Camuaiiin Lifeqf Frank' Urn Tierce, and for it wasiven tbe most us crative office in the BitVT FrestOrffife Al I - - w - . wf tbe writo""' .-Jen cnuoiscu iui .:r regards it as a effioe without speaking to any one. The pro fefsor met Hawthorne at the White Moun tains and the author sjueslioned him without end. One sutject he, spught informa tion os was which way he ought to fish in a trout stream. The professor gave his opinion in favor of fishing up and learned in return tnat deer and such animals like to bacco. He was a romancer rather than a novelist, picturing men as they might be, not as tbey are. We must recognize the imaginative nature of bis writings, aad that such a mind is required to appreciate him. He was a morbid anato mist, forming unnatural characters rather than such beings as inhabit the world. The one author who resembles Hawthorne is, in tbe mind ot the professor, Dante. He is defi cient in pathos but abounds in humor. His style is nearly perfect, in his opinion. His stvle m the result of pains-taking and elabo ration, but sometimes he is too minute! With all his faults, he is, the professor thinks, the greatest master of English prose born this century, either in America or abroad. He is seen beet in his writings for children, aad short sketches. To understand him we should assume that there were two Hawthornes one gloomy and saturnine, the other sprightly and gay. ATOMS OF AL.ABAJ1A. Eufaula is overrun with businees. Base-ball has broken out in Mobile. The Alabama press convention will meet in Tuscaloosa soma time in April next. Central Alabama has become a large con sumer pf guano and other fertilizers. Rev. K. C. Taul baa accepted the pastorate of the Wetumpka Baptist church. TheDemocratic State executive committee will meet at Montgomery on Tuesday, the twenty-ninth. 'Colonel Sam G. Reid, of Montgomery, has some strong backing for the position of United States marshal of Alabama. A correspondent of the Montgomery Ad vertixer strongly recommends tbe nomination ot Colonel Thomas B. Wetmore as one of the supreme court judges. A lot of tramps have erected winter quar ters on Chewalla creek, near Eufaula. A stockade of logs, chinked with straw, etc., forms the barracks of these skirmishers. Looking down the barrel of a target title to see it it was clean came very near costing Mr. Waller, of Eufaula, both his eyes. As it was, the steel rim and fragment at glass from his spectacles were blown into his face and right eyei A jealom nsgro wench in Montgomery threw a handful of cayenne pepper into the eyes of a rival, tbe other day. The effect, as might be imagined, was frightful upon tbe recipient ot tbe dose, and prompt medical attendance alone saved her eyesight. Dr. M. B. Wharton, of Macon, Georgia, bustled around a couple of hours tbe other morning and raised five thousand dollars to pay tiff a debt due by the Eufaula First Bap tist church. Dr. W. w.is formerly pastor of tbe cburcb, and tbe edifice now in use by it was built mainly through his exertions. CCBFKff, Cover tbe embers. And put out tbe lleht, Toll comes wlih the morning. And rest wltb tbe night. Dark grow tbe windows, And quenched la tbe Ore; Sound lades Inio silence, AH footstep i e tire. Darker and darker, Tbe bUck shadows fall; Slep and oblivion Itetga over all. Dlda't Ksow the DlsTereaee. An excellent anecdote illustrating scholar ship in the pulpit is told by the Philadelphia Inquirer. A preacher who bad been on trial I in a c-v"!'rv fhuch in northern Pennsylva nia wui t. V i ,' an older preacher that it please tiv i-.- n..r at.on greatly if he would qu ito uiiit t: Linn, Greek and Hebrew in 1 his riu irs, taking it for granted that bis hearer understood it, when in reality none of th; in hriw anything about those lan gu if;-!. l bs preacher was puzzled. He didn't kno-- aoj thing of either Hebrew, Greek or Litia Irmnolf, but he was a native of Wales, aad thought they wouldn't know the difference if he gave them a little Welsh every time. So ho made a scripture quota tina in his first sermon to them, and said: "This passage, brethren, bas been slightly altered in the translation. It is only in tbe original Hebrew that yon can grasp its full meaning. I will tead it to you in Hebrew, so that you may comprehend it more exactly," and he gave them the passage in good Welsh. Tbey liked it, and presently be gave them some Welsh as Greek, aad then some more as Lntin. Then he was going to give tbem tbe Chaldaic version i Welsh, when be saw Welshman sitting by the door, almost bursting with suppressed laughter. The preacher didn't lose his self-possession, but instead of the Welsh quotation he was going to give, said in Welsh: "For goodness sake. my friend, don t say a word about this till 1 have bad a chance to talk with yoa." The Welshman never betrayed tbe secret, and the congregation, completely deceived, called the preacher to be their pastor. Bllaa "Dada" JTleteher. The Roman correspondent of a London wet klv journal gives this account of the break- ng eft ot an engagement ot ISyron s grandson to a young American lav: "Mirs Dudu Fletcher, author ot that clever book Kismet, who was to have been Lady Wentworth, is dangerously ill of brain-fever, and ber friends feel the greatest anxietv about her. There have been so many conflicting rumors about the rupture of tbe engagement with Lord Wentworth that a word or two ot trutn win not come ami"S. The wedding had been fixed to take place in Rome on tbe last day of tbe past year. Everything seemed to be going smoothly, when suddenly (and on Christines day.ot all dajB) Miss Fletcher received a let ter from his lordship, absent in England, which must have contained unwelcome intel ligence indeed, for the result was that after reading it she became unconscious, and that evening three doctors were in consultation at hr bedside. Since that lime, with briet in tervals, when she appeared somewhat baiter, Miss Fletcher has been most seriously ill, and the gravest fears are now entertained as to her recovery. Among the Americans here the greatest sympathy u naturally telt for their trifted vountz countrywoman, and Lord Wentworth (whether witu reason or not, oi course I am unable to say) is very severely criticised. "Hhst Cp. .Mm, aad Die 1.1 ae I .In dee Lvnch's latest hanging bee fs de scribed in a special dispatch from Las Vegas to the Denver News. Three desperadoes im plicated in the murder of an officer were ar rested and lodged in jail to await the action of the courts. About twe o'clock in the morning, a week ago Sunday, a party of about seventy-bve men, heavily armed and masked, proceeded to the jail, battered down tbe walls and compelled tbe jailer to give up the keys. Tne prisoners, Tom Henry, Jim Dawson and Jim West, were dragged from their cells, ropes were placed around their necks, and they were driven to the old wind- mi 11. m the center ot tbe Diaz in toe busi oess portion of old Las Vegas. Tbe ropes wi re then thrown over tbe beams and Jim West was launched into eternity. While tbev were pulling him up, be crisd, "Oh, my God'mv mother!" Tom Henry cried ou "Shut up, Jim, and oie like a man!" He clunir to the rope when they were drawing biui ap, but soon let go. Tbe crowd became impatient and began firing. Henry was shot in the body. He .tagered back and ex claimed. "Shoot me thrcueh the bead." In stantaneously twenty shots were fired, and Tom Henrv and Jim Dawson fell riddled with bullet. Jk Joke Sat Alt a Jake. A youug lady in Keokuk, Iowa, beautiful, attractive and during, received ca la from three gentlemen one evening last week, and tx-Tted herself to tue utmost to entertain them. The time was spent most agreeably, and u Ujo course of the evening the question of matrimony and ieap-year privilege was broached, and culminated an ft proposal from the voune ladv to a young medical stuaent. Of course it was made in a jocular manner. Thrv agreed to be married at once, and ene of tbe gentlemen present, was called upon to perform tee ecootcuy. It happened tb t tne gentleman who was called wpoa to tie the nuptial knot whs a clergy u.an, and the groom threaten" to place the marriage on record. white the young lady feels so badly over tbe matter that she has left tbe city for the west on a visit among friends. She will probably return when sbe finds out that a marriage is invalid-in that State unless a license is taken out in advance. Cremation aad the Pnblte Health. New York Tribune: "it is only lair that every man should have the right of dispos ing nf his own body, or of those of his be loved dead, in the way which bis judgment and feeling dictates as best, provided he does not interfere with tbe public welfare; and it would unquestionably bis a good thing for tbe public health it tuts war ot cremation should become popular. The removal of the vast niunes of putrefying bodies which poison too nir and filtrate into the water springs, in the neighborhood of every city and village, and the burial instead of white, pure ashes, to be csvered with roses es we will, must surely be a gala, in a sanitary point of view, which commends itsetf to every man's reason. With most ot us, how ever, in the language of the bishOD of Man chester, 'it is a reform ag.unst which all my prtjuuitx-a reuei woue my reason approves. Prejudice ar. to bo overcome only by familiarity, and, even in conservative Eng land, the frequent presentation of the subject of late is rapidly overcoming the public an tipathy to this rife." Feign cf Law: Tbe shell of the barnacle is a structure all nouoweu ana cnamoerea on the plan which engineers havo discovered as an arrangement of material by which the power ot resisting strain or pressure is mul tiplied in an extraordinary degree. Small, but a stork divine; t rail, but of foroe to withstand, Tear upou year, the shock of cataract seas that soap Tbe Ibree-oecker's oaken spins. ardo a JLsue rsUlarsx, Hr C9 New 1 iTT lt: "M. bardoo, it is said, declares he ?:! never write another play. Tue recn.i, u . t iA nul Lo, Aw has wounded iiini t ti' 'i ii ve v,iii give ho nn- i-r J; ' '! 7, tc i.utt 0 more. A ranch toetfr resolution. However, he Dublic sutfraae, and. perhaps, no living Jenchman is better able to do th s if be trie2 Victonen Bardou. "w - r r .... .ii. t w , I , t ot hig j not u himselr v imsel''' -rt-u by the hyper ter Francais for all that. Ut tbetato F amill Btnoiton take BAD BOB 1NUERS0LL Takes a Text From Burns, Ills Favorite Poet, and Preaches a Long Ser mon, In the Coarse or Which He Beviews the Kow Between Adam and F.ve and Makes a Contrast A Mean Han Cunnot (jet Into Heaven. Colonel Ioeersoll recently delivered- a lec ture in New York from which wo give a few extracts. He is called a bad man by some, and the reverse by ethers, for it is said by those who know him well that in point of charity, integrity of character, social virtue aad devotion to bis family, bis lite is blame less. His lecture was based upon the follow ing text: " Man need na gae to auld lang syne, For truth to guide him; For if he seek he sure icill fin' Truth close beside him." Burns. For a great many years the learned intel lects of Christendom have beeu examining into tbe religions of other con u tries and other ages, in the world the religions of tbe myriads who have passed away. They ex amined into the religions of Egypt, the re ligion ot Greece, that of Rome and the Scandinavian countries. In the presence ot the ruins of those religions, the learned men of Christendom insisted that those religions were baseless, false and fraudulent. Each religion haa charged every other religion with having been- an unmitigated fraud. We have a religion that is. many people have. I make no pretensions to having a religion myself possiuly you da not. I be lieve in living for this beautiful world in living for tbe present, to-day; living for this very hour, and while I do live to make every body happy that I can. I cannot affjrd to squander my short lite and wbat little tal ent I am blessed with in studyiog up and projecting schemes to avoid that seething lake of fire and Orimstone. Let the future take care of itself, and when I am re quir. d to paBs over "on the other side," I am ready and willing to stand my chances with yoa howling christians. ADAH AND EVE AND THE SUPREME BRAHMA. Now, jou have read the bible romance of the fall of Adam? Yes, well, yoa know that nearly or quite all the religions ef this world account tjr the existence of evil by such a story as that! Adam, the miserable coward, informed God that his w ie was at the bottom of the whole business "She did tempt me and 1 did eat." And then c itnmenccd a row, e.nd we have been engaged la it ever since. You know what happened to Adam and hia wife tor ber transgression? In another account of what is said to have been the same transaction which is the most sen sible account ot the two the supreme Brab ma concluded, as he had a little leisure, that ha wonld make a world, and a man and woman. Ha made the world, tbe man, and then the woman, and then placed the pair on the island ot Ceylon. Bear in mind, there were no ribs used in this affair. The island is said to be the most beautiful thit the mind of man can conceive of. Such birds I you never saw, sucb songs you never heard 1 and then such njwers, sucb verdure! ibr branches of the trees were so arranged thai when the wind swept through, there floated out from every tree melodious strains ef music from a thousand Jioliau barp! After B.au- ma put tbem tberu he said: "Let them bave a p.-riod of counsaip, fur it, is my desire anc will that true love should lcr;vtr precede marriage. And, wit a tbe nigatiugalu icg ing, and the stars twinkling, and the little brooklets mm muring, and the flowers bloom ing, and tbe gentle breezes fanning their brows, tbey court' d, and loved! What a sweet courtship! Toen Brahma married th happy pair, and remarked: "Remain here; you can be bappy on this island, atd it is m will that you never leave it." Well, alter a little while the man became uneasy, and said to the wifa of his youth: "I beiieve I'n look about a little." He determined to ssek greener pastures. Hd procet dl to the weBt em extremity of tue ulaud, and discovered a narrow neck of land connecting tht island with the mainland, and tbe devil they had a genuine devil in those days, too. it seema, who is always "playing the clevii" with us produced a mirage, and over on th.' mainland were such hills and vales, tuul. dells and dales, such lofiy mountains cruwntd with perpetual enow, such cataracts clad in bows of fcjory, that he ru hod breatoless; back to Pis wile, exclaiming, O, Heva! tbe country over there is a thousand times bettei and lovelier than this; let us migra-e." She, woman-like, said: "Actaini, we Uiusc let wen enough alone; we have a:l we want; let u stay here." But he said: "No, we will go." She followed him, and when they came to taia narrow neck ot land, tie took her uo on his back and carried ber across. But at tbe instant be put ber down there was a craso, and looking back the? discovered that tbi narrow neck had lall-n into the sea. Tbe mirage had disappeared, and there wss nothing but rocks aud sand, and the supreme Brahma cursed thorn to the lowest hell then Adami spoke and it showed him to be every inch a man "Curse me, but curse not her: it was tot her fault: it was mine. (Our Adam savs, with a pu sillanimous whine, ''Curse her, for it i- her fault; she tempted me and I did eat ! Tbe world, to-day, is teeming with just sucb cowards!) Then said. Brahma, "1 will save her, but not thee. And then spoke his wife, out of the fullness of the love of a heait in which there was enough to make ail ber daughters rich in holy affection, "If thou wilt not spare him, neither spare me; 1 do not wish to live without him. I love him." Then said the supreme Brahma. "I will spare you both, and will watch over you acd your children lortver." . Now, tell nie.whiali is the grander story i DIFFERENT RELIGIONS. The different religious, says Mr. Iosersoll. of course are represented by the different churches, and the best bold tbe ch'irc'r.e bave, and the surest way of giving totallj depravea humanity a realizing sense ot their utterly lost condition, is lo talk and prmicb bell with all its horrible, tembio concomi tants. True, the different priests advocate the doctrine only when they see that it is the only way to rouse the sinners from their lethargy; for where is the man wbo will not accept the grace of Jeeus Christ in some ro:1 of shape it be be made to believe that he is near eceugh to hell to smell the brimstone. and there is no other way to get around the business r THE PREACHERS. The ministers cf the different churches know full well which sida cf tbeir bread is buttered. A priest is a divinity amocg his people a man around whom his pari.u.on ers throw a glamour ot sanctity, and one who can do no wrong; albeit, his chief and growing characteristics aie tyranny, arro gancy, self conceit, deception, bigotry ano superstition! Tyrannical do I call tbem? Most asuredjy ! Suppose, for example, tbe Methodist or Presbyterian church had tbe power to decide whether yon or I, or aoy other man, ehrtild be a Metbodist or i'resny terian, and we should decline to follow the path pointed out to os, or cither cf us, wbat. I solemnly and candid y ask you, would te the result? Oar fate would be more terrible than their ecdlees hell! The inquisition would rise uiain in all its horrid blacknes: ! lestrumenfs ot torture would dirken ou vision on every hand! But, thank God not that terrible B in? whom christians would have us believe is our Maker this is a free land, free as the air we breathe; and you and 1 can partake ot the orthodox watera o life freely, 01 we can let them alone! I Applause I When 1 see a man perched upon a pedestal called u "pulpit a man who is one of nature s noblemen, physically, and fully able to breast the storms ot lite, and to earn an honest liv ing telling his hearers with perspiring brow and ail his W!hi2t roam or me terror 01 the seething cauldron ot hell, aud Uow cer tain it is that they are to be unceremoniously dumped therein, to be boiled through all ages, yet never boiled done unlets they seelr saltation when I look upon that man. honor bright, i pity hips, for I canrot help comparing bici with tne lower animals Then, there is a reaction, and I leel an utter contempt for him: for he may know, when he declares hell is a reality that be is lying LIBERALITY OF SOME RELIGIONS. Of all the selfish things in th s world it is one man T"rt,Baf to set to heaven, caring nothing what becomes oi tbe rest 01 iu kind, saying: "If I can only get my little soul in!" Laughter. j I hava always noticed that the people wbo have the smallest souls make the most fuss about getting tbem saved. Laughter. J Here is what we are taught by the church of to-day. We are taught by them that fathers and mothers can all be bappy in heaven, no matter who mav be in hell; that the husband could be happy there, with the wife that wouid have died for him at any moment of his life, in hell. But they say, "Hell, we don C beheva in fire. Laughter. I don'c think you un derstand me. Wcat we believe in now is remorse. Wbat will you haveremorsa tori" For the mean thiols ynu have have done when vou are in hell ? Will you have any re morse for the mean things you have done when you are in heaven? Or will you be so good then that you won't care bow you used to be? I tell you to-day, that no matter in what heaven you miy be, no matter in what stir you are spending the summer, if ycu meet another man whom you have -wrocsred, you will drop a little behind in the tune. Laugh ter. And, no matter in what hell you are, you will meet sone one who has suffered, whose nakedness you have o!tbed, and the fire will cool up a little. Laughter. Ac cording to this christian doctrine, you won't care how mean you were onoe. Is it a com pliment to an iutinuo God to say that every being ho ever ma.ls deserved to be damned the minute he had got him done, and that he will damn everybody he has not had a chance to make over? Amblllosi, lothlBC.n Mrs. Watts (Anna Mary Howitt) tells in a new edition of her Art Student in Munich of a talk which she had with Ksulbach short ly before the artist died. "They spoke," says the London correspondent of tbe Courant of 1Inl!orJ, ".if the "!d titties when she wa wuikinuiu i w nl i. '.'ib-' said the mas', r, ' tl'"3 day 1 was ambltiou: ; 1 was tick vrilliiiiubiticui. 1 have now gained all that 1 ctrora-nfter, and 1 have found it noibinar.Jl Th Blew Latla T: At the late dinner of shall give yon another; tor although I do not claim entire equality with him, still we are 'parr nobilt frartroom. ' I trust that my pro nunci -tion is correct, a I have'been practic ing for two days. But just think, gentlemen, what a scene it must nave been in ancient R'jme when the S. P. Q. R. were gathered in the Forum and Temple of Mars, as they called it the last tun" I was there, though fhsy give it a diffen-ti' name every time. Dispatches from tbe ss.if of war are expwted.- 5 At the instrument pit- the telegraph operator of (he period, in tne lot":l oiiice of the trrfpeo Riman Union telegraiih company. Suddenly he rises and come forward with the tape in his hands, exclaiming : 'Owdeetee telefrraphloom, Wany. weedy, weeky. Kayaer ." FINANCIAL. Thore was a fair smonntof rcn'in? businpps dolose at tbe banks yesterday, aud outside of routine matters no special particulars were to be beard of. Exchange is now coming In In ample suttlclency; money la In only moderate request at 8 per cnt. In tbe street there was a good deal of Inquiry about Charleston railroad stock, but noti-Ing was to be heard of offering. A sale was repurted of a lot sold In New York, where a good demand for tbm Is stated to exist, on Frtcay, at 23i; we were asked where some could be had here at li.'H- Five thou sand first mortgage 7s, Memphis and Cb trie-ton railroad, wern offering at 10?; also 5.00 Memphis gas stock at 75; old city ot Memphis bonds were wanted at 20. Exchange Is abundant, aud some banks can fieely supply ethers. On Ibe local market we could bear of nothing of Importance; Charleston stock appeared to be tbe ouly thing discussed, but no transactions were reported. Eicbang, at our banks qu ted at 14 discount on New York and other prominent eatru poiuts; with three days' graoe, Ss discount; selling at par. On New Orleaus, 14 discount; selling -i par. Shelby county scrlo Is quoted at t8(?to buying, and 3fft5 selling. Tbe last sale of Memphis gas stock was at 72Vs; tbe last sale of Memphis compromise bonds was at 3IV3 Little Bock first mortgage bonds last sals at 9014: highest sale of Charleston rail road stock at 24; salts since then at 231-8. MEMPHIS BANK CLEABlNGS: Vlearxnq. S223.87& 00 BalnnccM. February 21, 1880 &O8.050 10 Total this week S1,41R.83 29 Same time last week. 1,430.973 99 dame time week belore.1,438,599 49 Tbe following Is the New York bank statement: Loans, decrease, 354,0 0; specie, uvmase. SS, 14O.7O0; legal-tender, decrease, $1,180,500; de posits. Increase, $4,472,900; circulation, increase, S317.OO0; reserve, lucrrase, $2,841,975. The banks now hold $7,492,450 In excess of legal re quirements. Lr TELEORAFHA PABI3. February 21. Bentes. 82f. 42tfee. NEW ORLEANS. Febr'arv 21. slKht exchanee an New York, SI on JflOOO oramluin. bterilug exchange bankers' bills, 4K4tj . . LONDON, February 21- Consols P8 3-16. United Stales bonds-uewns. lOrtUi; 41,3s, 110; 4s, 109; Illinois Central, 105&4; Pennsylvania Central, 0414; Erie, 499s; seconds, .Ai; Reading, as. NEW YORK. February 21. Money maiket easy. B3H percent., closing at 5. Prime mercantile paper, ntJoVi percent. Sterling exchange banaers' bills arm, 484. Sight exchange, 4iHn. Gov ernment bonds quiet, and generally Bteadj; Unlb-d States coupons of 1881. 10:-; new ns. 10:ift; new 4Va. 109; new 4a, I04; Pacific 6s '9o, Mh. Siato bonds dull and nominal; Louisiana 7Vs consols, 481; Missouri, 109; St. Joseph. 105ta; I'eunessee 6s, old. 87; Tennessee 6s, new, 33; Virginia 6s, old, 25; Virginia 6s new, 25; Virginia consols, 75: preterreu, 78V4. Btllmad bends are firm and blgber. Tba Block market is buoyant and prices advanced 14 to a prr cent, but a reaction of 14 to 2 per cent soon took plsca thereafter. Tne market was Irregular, but during tbe afternoon exhibited a renewed st engtu Hurt buoyancy, aud an advance 01 Kt l Z4m per cent took pltce. Tue tel-graph sban-i, and cual stocks wer9 tbe leadli g features. At the cl Be tbe Atlantic aud Pact tie telegraph reacted 1 per cent. Na bville and cnattanoog ana bt iouis was a marked ex e-pttOD to tue general ust, advancing 1 per cent 10 niULi rMnj.M r.ff Irk 1 fl?&a itln in 111 1m . ar flrt4 Ing hi 11U14. Tbe trxnsac'ioua aggregated I OHK.UOU snarea, or wnion uzou were au nun -i d Pacific- Telegraph, 1100 Canada Southern, 5000 Cleveland. Columbus Cincinnati and ludlaiiapol.s. lino Cblcigj, coiumous and ludiaua Cautr-.l. 2200 Cuicagu. St. Louis and New O lnaos. 2o00 Central Ariz ua (closed at 110), 29,000 Delaware, Lauk-,wanna ana western. 4-uo u HWdre anu Ha son. 30.000 Erin, 13.000 Hannibal and di. Joseph, 4000 H -ustou and Texas, S400 I'on Mountain, H JOO Illinois central, 49.nuo l.hko bore. 900 Louisville aud NashvlOe. 1000 Lake Erie and Western, 5500 Litile P.tt-burg. 5.i0 tticblg ,n Central. 700 Monls and Esex. 12.000 Northwestern, 36,000 Ntsbvdle and Chaila-.o- ga (closed at 110;, 7400 New Jersey Central, 200 ais i or a ifentrai, aumj nonneru i-aciue.ii.orm hio and Mi-s.bsIiidI. 39,000 unl-trlo aud WYstrrn (closed at 306. 660O Pacific Mail, 1 100 Reading. 14,000 si Paul, Z6UO at- 4,oui8 ana san t rancisco. 60OO Su Paul and Sioux City. 1300 St. Paul anu Uluuesota. 1800 Union Pacific. lo.nUO Wabasu and Pacific. 28.U00 Western Union, and 1 1,000 Kau as and Texas closing Quotations wrre as follows: Rock Island, 151 Panama, 180; Fort Way e. 117; Pittsburg, llOVs: Illinois Central, 104; Ouljago. Burlington aud Qulucy, 146; Chicago ana Alton, luovs; cmcago ana Alton preierr-a. 119; New Tors. Central. l32Vs; Harlem, 165; Lain chore, 106t4; Can a southern. 67Vs; ilchigao Central. 92; line, 4ifc: Erie preferred. 72ts; Northwestern. 92; Nort .western preferred, li5Mi; St. Paul, HO'S: ot. Paul p'eierred, 103 iffereu: St. Paul anu jllnneHpolls. 58; St. Pcul anu s ouxClty, 44t; St. Paul and Sioux City prefeiT-d. 81; Delawme, Lackawanna aud Western. 8i7ft; ttoirls and Essex, 10014; Lie: aware ana ttuaso .,, 17; New Jersey Co trai, b4s' Ohio and .lssls--1l). 1. 35; OUlo and Mississippi preferred. 78Vs; Chesapeake and Ohio. 22I4; Mobile anu Uuio. 24; Cleveland and Columuus, 81; Cni- gu, Coiumous and lnlana ceutrai. 2114; Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern, 1571,4; Alton and Terra riaute, IZ31& oneita; il-ou and Terra Haute preterr u, lrti: Wabash, St. Louts and pacific. 44; w'abash. .-x. Louis and Pad tic preferred, 6vtb; Hannibal and Si. Joe, 41S3: Haunlbal aud St. doe preferred, 73; iron ImuutKlu, 63; bt. Louis aud can nau ?Isih, 45U. St. Louis and San Francisco preferred. 57VS; Su Louis and San Francisco, nrsr preierreO. ; 1.44; cntuago, bt- louis ana Dew oneins. 4-1; K uisas and Texas, 4; Cnion Pacific slock. H i; KansiS Pacific, 8 it's; Northern Pacific. 34t2i iMunbern Paciuc preierrea. 58w: Louisville a,u Naabville, 1431&; Houston and Texas, Kit?: West ern Union lelegranh, 1 14og; iAUa-uo e.nd Pacific Telesrapb, 61W; Pad no Mail, 43ta; Lima Plttaourg, lO; Keauing. 68&g; Adams express, 107: Viells x Fargo, lOiiVs: American Kxpress. 0614: United Stales Express. 48V4; (Quicksilver. 2U; yuicasiiver preierreu, 00A4; tajaaviue, lu-iva; .antral Pacific bonds, 112; Union racinc firsts. 1 11 W; Union Pacific land grants, 1 13; Uiik-u Pacific siokiu; funds, 119; Lehigh and Wlikesbarre, 115; St. Paul and Sioux City firsts, 1031&; Chi cago. Columbus and Indiana Central Ursts, 1 o sales; Chicago. Columbus and Indiana Central seconds, no ales; Lrle seconds, WiUj; ueuirai Arizona, 110-u; Caribon, 4; Excelsior, uo sales; Home Siaae, no sales; Ontario, no sales; Standard. 30t. COTTON. Yesterday was a blufl Saturday; s?i!er3 ap peared In no hurry to sell, and buyers showsd no eagerness to buy; three was no spirit. New York was lower; New U, leans tor the first day In the week did not c;;hi:o, and Liverpool. Our quotations suf- rerd a Oecun-s Of i3 on miouung. low ana gooa middling, and of Uo on middling fair: tbe maiket eluded weak. lesuraay. Day before. f?10 frills t?l2U ei2i 13- ei3ii Nominal. 11-o:121b Ordinary H105S etood ordinary alius Lo middling talddlln; 121a Hood middling ei2is aiddiing lair . crioMt fair Nominal. Stains 11 ai2bj Market weak. Sales, 1100 bales. Including 200 - exporters. 700 to spinners and 200 to specu lators. COTTON STATEMENT. tock. September 1, 1879-.. 38S 339,063 fteceived to-day 2,013 Eecelved previously 337,1 50 -hipped to-day 3.401 Shipped previously 216.474 3tock, running account IMPOSTS. Tbus far this week Thus far last week Since September 1 119,574 2,013 Memphis and Charleston B. B 374 Mississippi and Tennessee B R. 31H Louisville. Nashville and Great Southern B. B. 152 Memphis and Little Bo.-k B. B ll'i Paducab and Memphis B. B. 121 Steamers 531 Wagons and other sources 250 Total KXPOBTS. Thus ifar this week I tans far last wecU Since September 1 ... 2,013 3.401 2,53 1 219 875 Mississippi and Tennessee R.TS -1.687 Louisville. Nashville and Great Southern B. B. 84 1 Steamers norm Si3 Total 3.401 BT TELEGRAPH. 1 The following are 'be latest telegrams of V do mestic markets, as reported yesterday to tbe cotton exchange: Latest State of Prre Teiegra-iis. Itaract. Rec'pts Mktlttiug. Galveston Steady. 1.659 12 New Orleans Quiet. 10,54 l25g Mobile Quiet. 199 12 Savannah F.asier. 2511 12. Charleston Quiet. 1.621 wilmngton Quiet. 75 121 .Norfolk Qilet 2,554 1 ''H Baltimore Q del. 1 In 134s Sew York ... No d'md 855 lh' Boston Qal-t. 2r 13 44 Philadelphia.... Q net 294 13 W S . Louis Luw-r. I2V3 Augusta. has ler. 1 93 1 2-"s The following are tbe Ne York spot quota lons or yesterday: Ordinary, 11sc; good or.nnarr. 12 3 lftc; low mlooV.ng, 123: middling, 13'-' -; rood middling. 13s:; mttiidlng ralr. 141K--At 10-3O. quiet: 1:20 nominal; 2:15, no diiisnd and buyer- and sellers apart; 8:10, uucbanged. 8to?k, 283,538 bales. The tone or the future market was as follows: At 10:10. easy; 10:50. barelv steady; 11:45, bareiy steady; 12:45. barely steady; 1 :30. bare'y -teady; 2 30, easy; 8:25. unchanged. Sales, 135.000 balei. I ne foi owing shows the closing quotations ot futures In the New Yora market lesierday: Months. Xtsuraay. i Day Before. February... March tprll Har lune Ily August September.. October November.. December . 312 96 12 963 12.97 13 17313 18 13373 13 8 .. ....a id 57 13 66313 67 13 74313 76 13 25313 30 12.47 V 13.48 12 17312 19 12.17312 18 313.10 7i."s 12 313 34 rlH-54 1 723(3 73 13 82313 83 13 903 13 92 13 4031344 12 593162 12.293-12 32 12.23312 26 The New Orleans market closedtroog, at l .-tivc for middling. Sales 4100 bales; receipts, 10,8o4 bales. Stock. 370.851 bales. 1 ne "oiiowing uoI tHo C'osing quotations ot fu tures lo ibe New Orleans m'K"i Months. Yesterday Day Before, Kebru rr 12. 55 ... 12.623 Mar .I.. 12 7o3 12 71 12 773 13 Hi Aurll 12 77312 78 12 87312 92 Mav . 12 86312 88 12 99313 13 .luue J..! 12 97313 13 13 10313 15 July 13 08313.15 13 18313 26 August 3 --- 3 September 12 523 1 2 56 12 6 '3 12 05 Octobsr 1189311.92 fV:!f.. November. 1 l-o53l I 60 ll t;431t-72 December 11 523 U 5t 116o311rto The maiket closed Irregular and easy. Sales, 4600 bale. Tbe February figure was a ' bid." The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported cotton easier but not quolably lower: middling up lands, 7sd; Orleans, 'Ujd. Sales, ,000 bales, of which 6150 bales were American. Receipts, 18,- 700 baits, of which 15 6 GO were American. . of which 15 ft GO were American, ol futures opened dull; February, 7 H-32d; rll. 7 5 32d; April Ma. 7 11-3237 5 16d; .7a37 ll-32d; June-July, 7 l3-32tf7V; Liverpool Marcb-Aprtl MB,Jiin TH SeptemBeM.olober, 7 15 32d; October-Noveaiber, 7 1 16d; November-December, 6 lo-lia. aijmo: March-April, 7 9-32d; Aprll-;ay- 7 32d; May June, 7 5 6d; July A gust, 7 13 32d; Auust-ep-tember, 7 7-16d- At the close futuiea were weak The movements at tbe ports were reported as fol lows: This Wtk. Last Week. This Week Lasi Tear. 13;298 37.540 9.MH6 790.191 Rec'ts since Friday Kip'tato G.Brttaln Exp'ts toCoutiueut 20.960 20,967 3.283 4.615 2.521 1,013.006 1016010 Slock. Total recetpts ut all United States ports, 4,127,- 432; same date 1878. 3,723 656; same data is,,, 3 480,192. Increase of receipts at United blates ports this year, 463.776. Total stock at all ports. 1.013,006, against 790,191 same time the year be fore; in 1877. S86.16M. (JENEKAL TRADE. Tha general market was without interest yesterday; prices showed scarcely a change. Some prairie bay sold at $1 over previous quotations. Cornineal was In pretty good demand at previous rates. Potatoes were hi in, but what Improvement baa taken place ts at the merer ot arrivals. Eggs were all gaily stronger. Rosedale oeineut bas au- vauoMd. , . - (,ww, -.- f- u-.'r ire im" rourul U1I.1 cV landing Nd 1. l ,i.r,-.: tMitjt, ard TH'ltuie tcii?te-l4rtl-- so, storaff. 'fr hrr lxinse ou:!le tjf the? , freight and char-ff "V to the time uf mrriual. 'Jirft- btng iuvt stun aJ1 art at higher raU t, as ihxy -" ' i :-i-1e drajage tUrajt ami vrotit Of Urn dealer. v .. oorn satesof ino sacks of white aiSlc, .arm rn-- in uh. fine Quote at 47rf48e; In store, 523550; last sales ot mixed at 42puand 4oo. Bran sals ot 20O sack. fancy. $737 50. Cart uneat sales at $2 50. and for orar-load lots, 82 5n; in store, -2 65. VEGETABLES. Potatnai I each blows sales of a car-load of pescbblows at $1 50. and a car load at SI 00, delivered. Beat potatoes. In store early russets, 82; late russets, $1 75; early western. 82; New York peerless. $2 25; western euly rose, $2 25; New York early rose. 32 75; early goodrlcb, S2; London l:11es. -; pinkeyes, 82 25. tiioerl potatocx, $2 2532 60. Onions. S4 60S 5 a barrel fu store. Seed onion tops. S4 505 a bushel; bottoms, $rt(?6 50 a bushel. Turnips, 75cff,Sl a barrel. Wfale beam 9iJj2 25. Cabbage Louisiana, $4 75(25 25; fresh choice, S5 50. NUTS. Peanuts-Bed, 4larT5c; Virginia, TfrTVjO per lb. AUnorvU.I'lc per lb. Pecans, 1 03s 15e, ac cording to size. Brazil uU, 12o per lb. FUberts, 14c per lb. Walnut, 16c per lb. Vocoamits, 85. EGGS AND BUTTER. Eggs, 11S12C per dozen. Butter medium, 21823:; choice, 25r227c-. cream ery. 35o FRUITS AND BEBBIES.-ppJw, S3 5034 75 a barrel. Oranges, 3 5014 50; Valentlas. $10 a case. Vttronx, $6? 7 per box. hautitis -Old, $2; new, $3 per box. F gs, 15c per lb. Dates, 10c per lb. Dried Apples. 9(?91Vj per lb. Drted peaches, VVl fi'lOc per ll. POULTBY.-CiicteTM, 91 75ffi3 75. Durkx, 93 25. Geene, 4 2535 per dozen. Turktys, $9a12 per dozen. FKKSH MEAT, ETC. Bwr-Ferequarters. 2(130; bfadquarters, 4t?0c- Mutton, by the carcass, 8Vt r?5c Hojs city dressed, 5Vsr?9c; country, 5c. Pig' feet - kegs, SI; halt-barrels, 84 25; barrels, $7 759 HOG PROnCCK Pork -clear sides, loose. 7rS 71c: clear rib. loose, 6r?6 85c; Bboulders, loose, 4ls'i4"c. Sugar-cured horns packed, 91,c- Miss ujrk, Si3 25313 50. Bacon clear side, packed, 7e: clear rib. 7lc; shoulders, 5 Vac Lard tierce, 77v7Ke: pails 8c MISCELLANEOUS Hommy. 83 65 a barrel. Bwkwhml JUmr, $7 50 a barrel. Peach butter, 12c peT pound. Cider western, $7; Shaker, $81? 8 50 a barrel. Uacaroni Imported, $4 a box; American. 10c per pound Garlic Spanish, 75cr2$l a string. Kraut. $5i7 a barrel. BAGGING ANl TIES. Bagging Rax. 9(10c; jute, a lbs., Halltec; mixed. lOtfcc. Ties, $2 50 011 75 per bundle. Twine, 12e per lb. HIDES. LK4THEB STC Oak sole. 383410; hemlock. 28332c per lb; harness, 36340c; skirt ing. 3834c; French calf, S40360 per dozen; do mestic calf. $30345 per dozen. Hides -Dry flint, 18c: drysalt, 15c; green, 738c; green salt, 8a9c. Sheepsins, 60c3$l 60. Tallow, otsSOc. Beeswax 20c LIME AND CEMENT. Lime, SI 10 a barrel. Louisville cement, $1 75 a berrel: Rosedale cement, $2 5 a barrel. GKOCEBIES- Coffee, 141&315C for ordinary, 16c for fair, 17317Vjc tor good fair, 18Vfe3l9lfeo for choice. Tea Imperial, 55385c Bice Louisiana, 7c; Carolina, Stfe'rwo- Halt per dray load, from store, SI 95 per barrel; coarse, per sack. $1 403 1 50; fine, SI 75. Sugars Louisiana open ketde, 73c; yellow c!arlued.9V439ai5: white clarified, 9lN'39i!; cut loaf, 11 1431 Use; granulated, 1 13 Iliac; powdered, lliilllt. Molasses Louisiana sugaihouse scarce; 52355c tor unfermentlug choice; retailed choice, 483o0c; prime, 44346c; fair, 40c CATTLE MARKET. J. Lacrolx, of the Memphis stock-yard, Chelsea, reports tie market active for all classes or slock, with a shade stronger In many cases. Scant supoly of tbe best grades bas made 1 v-c illiy higher. - Hojf, especially choice. In light supp y. No Bbeep offer Ing; gojd would sell readily at 535Va - Cattle-Choice western and Texas corn fed, 43410 per pound; medium, 3ts38e per pound; choice giass, 333V4C Per round; smooth fat oxen, weighing 1000 to i500 pounds. 3Ut33c per pound; rougli oxen and cows In good condition, 2x33c ier pound; poor and common cat'le, lVgd) yc per pound; -milch cows with loung calves, $15 330 per bead, yearlings, 438 per bead. Sheep cuolce, 535Vic per pou-.d; medium, 4341&C per pound; commou,$131 50 per bead, nogs cnolce, weighing 175 to 225 puunds, 4344C p-r pound; medium, 333.75: per pound; slioats, faVi33c per pound. I BF TELEQRAPH. NEW YOBK, February 21 Flour firm; superfine western and State, fr535 50. Wheat unset settled; ungraded spring. $1 41. Bye nomlnaL Coff-e active and fbui; Bio carg oes, 14U3 I6u; jub lots, 14bi3l8Mjc Sugar oull; fair to good red-dug, 714371,2.5 Molas-es qideC Bice steady. Pork -iroi gdi ; mess, Hia 1 2, 2.J. Whisky nomi nal, $1 10. LOUISVILLE. February 21. Flour quiet Wheat flrni.SliG Corn tinner; No. 2 white. 43345c; No. 2 mlxeo. 4034 ie. Oats quiet but steady; No. 2 while, 40c; AO 2 mixed, 3hi339c Bye quiet, 85 387c ua steady, 143 18 Porn steady, $12 50. Lard steady; prim-, sie-m, 74jC. Bulk nmils steady, 4l. 48. 6ii3a(feo- Bacou firm, 5, 7 203713. Sugar-cured hams, 9(2 lOVfec- Whisky steady, $1 06. CINCINNATI February 21- Flour firmer but not q'lotabln higher. Wneat strong at fcl 29 Corn m Mleratelyaellvrt and htgber,3li339t4)C O its weak er, 36ts3 37c Rye firmer bin not a lOiably nlguer. Bare- .-troi ger. 80c. P rkstexdy. $12. Bulk n.e .Is Pi giKKl dem ,nd; shoulders, 414c; ciejtr no, HS;; clear. 6hc Bacua firm; should -rs. 5lfc; clear 110, 7U)f;ciea , 7Mi3- But ei demand active and prices advanced; choics w-stern reserve, 8330c: choice central Oulo. 21.725c Whisky deuiaud lair and maiket firm, $1 06. ST. L0UI8. FebruaT 21- Flour active and high er; lancy. $6 17Vi asked ca-h. $6 20 March, f 6 30 April: cuolce, So 90 bid ca b. S6 March, S6 15 Ai rli; tamilv, S5 80 bid casb. treble extra, gr 62ts old casu. Wheat higher but s eidy; No. 2 red, $1 29lca-h.l 297h?i1 30 March, 813031301 Ajrli, SI 341 May; Aj. 3 red, 1 25t Corti high er: 344S3340 cash. 35U March, 36foC April, 3H14jM ,j. Oat bigb'r; M'4 7 casu and February, 34I4C Much, ;H7-be 'l:f Bje slow at 74c asked Bailey uncbangeu Wtii-k steady, $1 07. Pork h gber; -b loi . Sl i 40312 45 crsn, S12 503 12 371-j Maich, $12 f0 pr)l. Lry s It meats in,i g arm higuer bill siow at 434-10. 6.5n36 6036 653 6 75 : -mine holding h guer B icon tbmer, 4 903 4 95. 7.3037 .37I3S. Lard blgaer. 7.15c CHICAGO, F bruary 21 Flour dn'I and nomlnaL Wbear ,iive. firm and hi her: No 2 red winter, $ 24V;No 2 sniirnr ChlJ -g , SI 24t2 c sb.Sl 25 Marcu. 1 253 1 257 April; N . 8 Chicago spring, 1 1031 Ii; rej-::eu. h03 92d. Corn stronger. 3744.1 ctsb. 37t3 Mrch. 37c Apnl, 41! old Mi); re eid. 36' Oats quiei. Put stead; iresh, 3214c ca-b. 32c March, il6: bid May. Rte steady. B irtey staiiy. Pork strong nd higher. $1 I 95 cash, $11 953 1 1 97V2 March, $12 10312 12Va Aonl. Lard, 714a :ali, 7 -253J-27V2C March, 7.353 7.37t!': A nl. Bulk meats strong ai-d higher, 4W. 6-l5a6 5c. W hlsky steady. $1 07. NKW OKLE4N3. Februtr21 Flour-superflne. $535 25; double rxtra, S5 753 6; t ebie ex la 63 6 37 bi-'tt grad-9, J6 503 6 75 Ci.ru higher, 58a62c Oils easier, 43345c. CKniueal duil and tower, $2 t'-O Pork tinner; old, $12 621,2; new, S12 ,5 C.ff-ein rair dr rifind ar.u prites 1. Uber; Hio, cargoes, ordloari to i,rime, l43ilc Hay ordinaiy. $ '4; i-rime, $25r 2rt; choice, S2. Lard tierce. 7li3c; krg, l43Sl r-ulk mets aiioulders, bios,;, 412-3: paekwi, 4'w,: e'ear rib, rhl' ; clear, 7c. Beon shoulders. 5123532; clear no, 7; clear KI35. Sugar cured ban, s canvase '. 93 lolac Whi.-ky Atstern rec.llled, $1 053 1 in. Sugar luterior, 5t,ac; common to good c m mon. 61,237c; fair to fully fair. 7a738e; prime to cuolce, 7Vi377e; yellow clarlfieo, htu-i 8o. Molasses co in m ,n, 30333c; fair. 36338c; centrifugal. 30342c; prime toe -ioice,42(2'52C. Bios Louisiana, Ordinary to choice, 63 7 Vac DRY UOt'DS. BT TELEGRAPH. I NEW YORK. Febniary 21- Business was mod erate with paskaee nous s, and the lone of tbe mar ket was very strong. Cotton goods were In fair de mand and Una. Prints were bnn and quiet Dress goods, lawns and ginghams were in good request and firm. Men's near wooiens wera lalrly active. Flannels were doing well. Foielgn dress g iods and silks were moie active, aud Uneu goods were In fair request. IvlVEil AND HAIL. Kiversi and. Wcatkrr. The foliowinsr offii! table gives particu lars concerning the condition ot rivers and weather at all Important points: OFFICE SIGNAL SKRVfCK V. 3. A., I Memphis, February 21. 1880 f Above low" " Changes. stations. "ftTse Fall Feet irieses Inches inches J-uro 41 5 13 Cineinnt! 41 1 52 Davenport 2 9 1 Uabuyiie 5 6 4 i.eieaa, acx. eck;:!i 5 Letive-iv.rili 4 4 6 Utila li'Kk 6 3 13 f.oui.sTiiie. 23 6 42 euiiht 13 sfBshvilif 42 10 16 "-tew Grieane o 11 1 Pittsburg 8 .11 7 t?liretepcrt M 4 3 at. Lo.ai 11 7 Vlctrsburg 32 9 20 B-Io High wat-wof 1874. t Lo water oi 1879. benchmark. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time, H-. lher Wind. Weather SO 18 40 W Cloudy. ifiO p.l'j. !0 13 49 N.W. Fair. :) p.!,,. ijQ.io 49 tj.'V. Clear. MKiiuiuiij luei ituniMler. 54 deg. ai,..tTn'rn f l,rnr.meter, 39 de. Rainfall, 0 02 Inehes. D. T. FLjNNEHY, Corp. 'ilr-nal Corps, U. S. A. Bf TELEGRAPH. NASHVILLE, February 21. River falling, wltb 43 feet ou the shoals. UTTSBUBG, February 21. Tbe river Is falling. Weatuer clear aud colder. CINCINNATI. February 21. River 44 feet and falling. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: C. Millar, 5.'enipul. EVANSVILLE, February 21. River stationary, with 42 feet by ibe gauge Weather clear. Down: Vlrgie Lee aud Mary Houston. NEW ORLKANS. February 21 Weather pnrlly clotidv; thermometer. 62 oeg. Arrive 1: Golden Clly. Omclnnrvl. Detwrled: Golden Crown, Cincin nati; H :niy Yaeger. St. Louis. V1CKSBU -. February 21. Weather-clear snd co;,.; thermometer, 52 dec. rtivr ris-n yo Inches. Uo: Grand Toer. Djwu: W. P. Halllday. ST. LU13, February 21 Rlvr stationary wltb 11 feet 7 Inches b? tne g.uge. Welher clear aud Very pl'sa t. Deputed: Scudder, New Oileaus. LOUISVT .LF., February 21. -River railing, with 23 fett 10 Inches In uiecinal anu I feet 10 P clies mi tbe falls. ; Weather cU n r una wwL Up: Audy Eauru. GREENVILLE. February 21 R'ver has risen 10 la. b-s v e.n tier cload" .and cola. D-iwii; W. P. Halllday and Charles Horgau. Up: W.ll Kyle and J. B. Mauue. CtlrtO, February 21. Blwr 40 Teet 5 Inches and rising We.dber ii--ar: thermoiu-.ter. 46 4 deg. Ar rived: Tidal Wive. St. L ills, mldnigr-r; f, olden Ru e, Ne Orlea- s 3 a in ; J ines W. Uaff, Cincin nati 6am.; Alps. L'u s. 3 p in ,- J. D, Ptrker, Memphis, 4 p.m, l",nrl6d: Tidal Wave, midnight; Gold lu-.t, V cK-turg. 2 a in.; I.olde'i Rule. r."'-. niti 4 a. 111.: James r GiU. I"is. 11 am":J (ecer.is a tne Lever. ARRIVALS. S'lverthorn. Commerce: Colorado. SL Louis: Cltv ot Alton, St. Louis. DEPARTURES. City of Alton. New Otlenns; Colorado, St Loul; Sl!ver:irni. Commerce; Shields. Council Bend; Muk Twain. Dyersbnig; Katie Hooker, Arkansas river; Joole Harij. Wuu river BOATS DUE. ?r' Gold Dust, James W. GtiT. Coah-ma, New M ry H-HUdon. Belie Me plu, W. J I'ollevent. Cji - James Lee. caiacuita Belle. Shields. Sllver II101 11. Pa es'.ille, Ha'tle 1, jWlanu, Jobu B.Maude, Will Kyle, Aunie P. Stiver. BOATS LEVYING THIS DAT. Vick.sdcbo-GuU Dust, J. T. M'Cord master, 10 a. in. St. Louis Jobr. B. Maude, W. H. Biake master, 12 m BOATS LEAVINO MONDAY. Oscbola Coahoma, Henry Cooper matter. 5 p.m. ClNC!NNTi-Wtll Kyle, L;w Kales uia-ter, 12 m. Friaks Foisrr James Lee, Stack Lee master, 5 p.m. COMMKBCR-Sllverthorn, S. H. Whitehead master, 5 pm. Council Bkni Shields, Wm. J. Aahford master, 5 p.m. St. Louis Be'le Memphis. John C. Crane master, 5 p.m. Cincinnati James W. Gaff, Robert W. Wise mas ter, 5 p.m. Arkansas Citt-Ouachita Belle, Mark B. Cheek master. 5 p.m. New OKLKASs-New Mar Hou. ton, Charles MU ler master, 10 a m. RECEIPTS YESTERDAY. Pllvftlhorn 8 bales cotton, 10 bag seed-cotton, 295 sacks cotton-seed, lot sundiles. Colorado 2423 br.s tl mr and meal. 1103 sks grain, lOo pkgs lard. S7 wet br:s; 57 bales hay, 133 bead slocK, 4o bales eollou, lOio pkgssuudrles. L,ortl fort Notes. Business fair. Weather clear and pleisant. Not a boat in port last nigbt. Local packets deported on time with fair trips yesterday evening. Tbe Katie Hoot-er departed yesterday evening for Arkansas river with a good trip. The liatoovtlle, Captain O tv. Joplin, lathe Tues day packet for Si. F ratifas river. The elitrld.. Captain W. J. Asblord, goes thrown to C. uneu itend Monday evening ' Tue Haitio Kowias Captain j. J. Darragh, Is the Tuesday parlr-t Pt Ait ism rer. The Will My.-, t arami, (,rW Xa"W, 48 due up StOU liuy inotu'r,;, en rvutr to l n:0m:l. Receipts b tue n"-r )0, UI j -.-.;i pairs cot;ou JO ba;s seed cotton, sa. fcs i-wlton ap, a. The Josi Harry ". .t 1 u . uui ew-mng rap wbito river wtta a gp"d Utp ot Irehtbt and pa-sseners. The Silvsrtuoru. Captaiu.d. ii. Wtotebead. Is tbe I packet Mnndsy eveutug .uitVmnjeree. NeU booker k la her clori. "f "Vt. - t Tbe ty of Alloa pacid down ' yestetttny tventcj 1 fr.r )rl,lis Ul.-v-d rtf RIim a,i.!,.l J'l t.w.- Xifan-s, Captain John C. Crane, Is the il mday cvanuig at nvdu' packet Mondsy evening for Osceola and tbe npper penas. w 11 nam bmitoer is in tne omce. Tbe New Mary Houston. Captain Charles MUler. Is due down Monday morning, en route to New Or leans. Elliott Miller Is ber attentive clerk. The John B. Maude, Captain W. U. Uiake, Is the Anchor line packet this evenh gat five o'clock for Cairo ai d SL Louis. M C. Blenker Is In tbe office. Tbe James Lee, Captain Stack Lee, Is the packet Monday evening at hve o'ol'ck for Helena and Friars Poll t. Floyd Wblt ow presides In ber office. Tbe Ouachita Belle, Captain Mark B. Cheek, la Ibe packet Monday evening at five o'clock for Arkansas City and all way lanulugs A. L. Cumnilngs Is ber clerk. iue James W. Gaff, Captain Robert W'se. will ar rive to-da and leave Monday evening at five o'clock for all points on tbe Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. William H. Cropper will be found In charge of tbe ofllce. Captain Ash ford completed repairs on tbe Shields yesroiiiiy In time to pick up a grx'd trip and get away for Council Bend at five o'clock. She win re turn In season to leave again Monday aiternoon a fact which pa-sseneers nnd shippers would do well to remember. Mr. Ed W. Crowed attends to office business. Peraonat. Captain James Goode, superintendent of the Mis sissippi Valley transportation company, li at the Peabody hotel. captain Wru. Phillips, for fifty years Identified wltb tbe trade of Cumberland river, died last Tues day at bis home near Nashville, aged seventy-one years. Cms Millar, tbe veteran river editor of the Cincin nati Commercial, celebra ed his flity fourth birth day last Friday, hearty as a saw-mill and strong as a Pjw xiat. M m he be around forty-six years hence, to make it an even hundre L flcked Uo Adrirt. Pearl river, running through tbe center of Missis sippi for half the length ot the -t We, and emptying Into Mississippi sound at a point easy ot access to ligbt-uraugbt sailing vessels, should come In for a share of the general Appropriations for rivers and harbors. One bundled thousand dollars Judiciously expended would open a clear channel of six or eight feet depth Horn Jackson ta tidewater, but It Is hard ly probable tbat anything will be thrown away In this direction as long as there can be round a duck pond harbor or ten-cent Ughtnou-e on tbe lake, or northern Atlantic coast, upon wblch to spend the public money. Steamboatmen running Into New Orleans have to be mighty careful about treating ou tne toes of tbe col-jred senators wb.i consent to act as roosters. About three weeks ago nine of the negro deck crew of the Danube Jumped tbe b"at at Sbrev-port. were arrested and taken before United States Co in mis sloner Kendall, at that port, who sent them to New Orleans In Irons, to be tried before tbe United States aourt there tor desertion On motion of tne United States district attorney tbe ran were re. eased on their own recognizance to appear for trial, on tbe ground ibat no shipping art cles cr other ceutract binding for the round voyage had been signed by tbem. And uow, as an offset, these nine darkles bate entered suit against the Danube, ber captain and owners, to recover the Bum of five hundred dol lars e cb for false arrest and Imprisonment, aud for tue full amount of tbe wages alleged t y be due tbem. If tbe case Is beard In New Orleans, as It no doubt will ba, ibe boat Is pre! ty sure to be left for forty five hundred dollars and costs. In tbe Mississippi legislature the other dr,y Mr. Wolff, of Tippah county, made a really eieg-int plea In behalf of tramps, in the course of which be took occasion to remark tbat be himself bad reefed top Balls, furled topgallant sails, took In royals and ail tbat. Wby. Mr. Wolff, tuat's 110'blng; lots of abls bodied gentlemen rope baulers do tue same thing; In fact, sucb duties are pari of a seaman's work. Now, If the boatsw do had maoe yru c .11 away the Black of tne Jib down-baul into tbe till of tbe cap tain's sbaviug-box, or made ou lay out on tbe Jib boom to lend a band In sending down tbe cro-s-Jack yard, or belabored you with a belajing-pln foi not putting a turksbead 00 the c o t's ttoveplpe. or set you to relieving tbe sb p of bilge-water by continued exertions at tbe head pump, you'd have something to kick about. But shoitenlDg sail is 110 ground for a row; aud a trick or two at the wheel. wbt its blowing a -end Calm, Is not so rough, either Next t-rne, Mr. Wolff, tell 'em ab-iut b aling around the Old Head of Kiusale until the ship's rate of Insur ance run out b reason of a -e. and the captain bad to go up to Loudon iu a small boat to see Mr. Lloyds ana get new papeis the ere -v. meanwhile, on quar ter allowanca of grub and water and one-and-a-quar-ter allowance of bl lies and be! a) log-pins. That'll fetch 'am, Mr. Woiff. Tnwktais asd Baratea. Tba Grand Lake and barges, of the Mississippi Yalley transportali'in line, passed down yeaterday morning for New Orison. The Port Eads, of the Mississippi Yalley transpor tation company, with a tow ot barges, went np at dark last night for Su Louis. HRtULIGHT fLlsUIX Colonel E A Ford, general passenger agent of the Y tndalia line. Is taking In Texas. 1 be fare from Cincinnati o Chattanooga will be thirteen dollars and twenty-Ore cents, tbe same as Is cua ged from Loultville. SNeplng-cars will not have reached abolute per fection until tbey are lighten so that travelers can read at night with perfect ease. Mr M. b. Gay. gene,al ticket and passenger agent, and T 6. Dunn, aseltlant treasurer of the Memphis and Little Rock railroad, were In the city yesteraay. On tue ne Pullman cars swinging dours are to be substbed for tne sliding doors, wbtcb frequently make pa-seogers in compaitwents l.ivolunta y prisoners. The Appeal returns (banks to I. S. Dsvaut, assist ant general pissenger sgent or tbe Memphis and Charleston railroad, for a copj of the company's calendar A h'ghly encoura.-lng lndlcvlon of Improvement In tue lailway service is seen In the Increased dispo sition ot railway employes to study the literature of ihetr prof-ssion. Si - j ,r William R. Gordon, late superintendent of tbe Vicksbuig. tbreveport and Pacine railroad, died at bis residence at Mlilbaveu oa Sunday, tbe fif teenth l:i taul, o! pneuuinida. Passenger rates Lorn Chicago to almost all west ern points have been utterly demoralized for the past few weeks, each road giving as au excose for cutting rates tbat some other road commenced It. 1 he gem-rat passenger agems of the Chicago roans b .ve held several meetings within a week pist for the purpose of putting a stop to tbe cutting of rates from that city to points In Kansas aud Colo rado. S muel G. Bice ha been appointed assistant superintendent to Superintendent James Geddes. pi charge of the Evansville. Heunerson and Nashville, the Dec stur and the Nashville division of tbe Louis ville, Jsshville and Grat Southern raltioad Rose City lodge ho. 45 brotherhood ot locomotive engineers bad a magnificent, time In Little Bock Thursday night, tbe occasion be ng a grand ball given by tbe looge atCm coinla balL George Brown gives a giowing description of the festive affair lu ibe Little B ck Democrat, which we regret not hav ing tbe space to reproduce. Mag'te Mo's, colored, bad ber elbow out of tbe car window, and received severe ii Jury from a loaded car which whs biandlug nearer tbe track than tbe Uw allow, and tbe verdict of the jury at Marshall tbe other day was that the Texas aud Pacific road shall pay her one hundred and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents for damages sustained. A movement Is on foot to check tbse little friend ly games of poker to which the rugga-t and honest gentry "In tbe stock-driving business" are constantly inviting tbe mu'-h bored traveler by rati . 4 bl 1 haa passed tbe New Yoik legislature 10 prohibit these ID" nucent games, wblch are harshly designated by the name of ' gam'j'.L'g," and to authorize tbe con ductors and firemen to arrest light hearted persons who Indulge In tueui. Tbe annual report of tbe directors of tbe Illinois Central railroad, made Friday, shows tbat the total receipts during 1879 were $7,334 464; lotAl expen ditures, $3 026.700; leaving net earning from operation uf me road, $4,207,763. Tbe Increase of net traltie over the pirn-ceding year Is 8181.691. There is now to be c -.irled forward to the credit of the Income accouut $7 072 389. Toe directors see hopeful prosnects tor the coming year. A jury at Marshall. Texas, tbe other day, decreed that the Texas and Paeifu roal should pay to V. S. Prewett and wife twenty-five hundred dollars for killing their little son, wbo was standing on the platform of tbe sutlon. when a freight train passed, struck a plank which jutted out too far. and caused the little boy to fall under tbe car-wheels, where be was crushed lo oeath. Tbe amount oilginally sued for was one hundred thousand dollars. George E. Scott. M.D., also givit.g his name as Hait. arrested at the Peabody hotel yesterday for a forgery alleged to have been committed In Michigan ome years ago, claimed to be ibe agent ot tbe Loul-ville and Nashville road, at Eufau a, Alabama, and before his arrest called upon G S. Speed, Barney Hughes, and other promlnsnt rallioad meu here, proteasing to bave been on Intimate teams with them jesrs ago. The gentlemen re I erred to carefully overhauled the iegister of their old ac quaintances, and as Mr. Scott Hart's name was no where theieoa Insciibed, they gently gave him tbe shoulder. T!OVElIET8 OV OCEl. kkTKA EB8 LIVERPOOL. February 21. Anlved-BulgarlaB. from Boston. NEW ORLEANS. Febiuary2i. Cleared steam ship Alavla, for Liverpool. NEW YOBK, February 21. Arrived-steamship Bothnia, fiotn Liverpool. LONDON, February 21. Arrived steamer Clr- ca-sla. rtom New Sort, and Pennsylvania, from Phil idelphla. , . - NEW GBLEAN3, February 21. Arrived-New Or leans. rew Kork; r. w. Harris, Cardiff, Wales; Eg lantine, Newcastle, EnglaHd. 45 Tears Before the JPubltc. THE CENUIME Dr. O. McINE'S LIVEll PILLS are not recommended as a remedy "for all tb? ills that flesh is heir to," but xn iSections of the Liver, and in all Bilious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Sick Headache, or diseases of that character, they stand without a rivaL ACUE AND FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara. tory to, or after taking quinine, As a simple purgative they are nnequaled. 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. McLane and Fleming Bros. Bigj Insist upon having the genuine Pit. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by FLEMING BKOS., Pittsburgh, P, the market being full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. INTTALIDS A5D OTHrlKfl REJ3 ALTE-a, STRENGTH AND ENERGY, . WTTHOTJT THE HfiE OF DRUGS, ARE RE QUESTED TO SEND FOR. THE ELECTRIC REVIEW, AN ILLUSTRATED JOUR NAL. WHICH IS PUBLISHED FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION. r TREATS apoo HEALTH, HYGIEXE, Phy cmI Calttire, mod m a oortK fncyclnivdi infcrrmatioQ for iDTftttda d too wbo Lf r from yrTous, KxhAoatuiig mmI Pasluful Diitt?ukf. Ery abtK tbfti bav npoo sawBsUUi mmJ bnmau hppoai, rec-iTt attniio la it : aad th many quts- tiona suked by sutfVra i ;k1. who bimv dLpr-i of aruie, are rnAWtrti, and ravlnftbl inform&tina Tilnntsxjrad to all wbo ara in nd of rotrdicHl stdvick;. Tb anttx of Ekwetno BelU twrtw MtHitcin, aiid the huodred ad ooa qoeoUaosi of vital importaiv lo uflenog buaiajtt ara dalj oudered and s plaioed. YOUNG MEN And other, wbo 8ttVt ft-ntn Vervooa and rhyafcal rt bllity. Lom of Manly Vigor , fsrautttira Eahnuoa ftnd the maay ploonT etisM)onca of early lndiacrw tion, etc. are apactally baa?6td by ooosmlun iu CrmtfUt. The ELKOTRTC BETTBW axpoara tba unmitigated frsn fs pracTOfHi by quack aod mcedrcal linpraMori who pxofvA to 44 practice medieina," and pomta oat the odIv -aff , trim pie, and e!fecue road lo Health. Vigor an-f Bodily Euertr. rVod your adrlreaa on rHtal card for a copy, aod Information worth tbotaada will beaant you. Addresw, the publMbera, PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO.. COR. EIGHTH L VINE STREETS, CINCINNATI, a THE GREAT .r..zsrs LU!!G OALSAfA REMEDY Coafxhsa, o Id a. Tn nsm; Aalbmrt, Rronrh 1 1 Isa, Mil oibfrThroal tnl Lang AITp lions. V'.nttosmi ty the lri fHyatr-lasVOav. TmsUsn by lhou mmnm d4 u-Ai4 4nta It Hssvav no ftuaUL, "S0L0 EVEBTWHERE.y FOR CURIHQ orvuj.i?!.rrf ca-o licfciii., Lioartei PLlAt? Ai lflinfA'ti Keinetl fails to euro. Civsm iiuauiHl uUtt rfclnsf, our oi ocfMattid. lnr n 1 wosk.rrtinrt cm m t I f, .11 JV.AtI-i.i.Ml-. v.,l'ii'bL,it.f lr(i,rietL Advic fre. bi U itv-. I'Al"' IU ..e " ' WIO U J I CX,AM iS.UMi4lt' l,l -.M. .t'v 4 '.11 t .nt. r ael . . W. J'lNKd ft, I'O. i i,t. "a.f7 M'vhi street. INSXJJNrCE. j. 3. MUBPHT. .".I,. B, T. MDHPHT. Murphy & jHurphy, If, COCHRAN. Si AS fJ sTACTTJ B ER9 OAV umber, Lath DNrs,isssli aad Bliadai. aad all kJada f "aektasj Roses, Office artil Timf, fnol of Web? tugton Bt, Saw and Plantar Villa Hortb mi aTf T ALHtJUM COBWBB OF TS-mplil C. P. HUNT k CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS & COTTOHsFAGT . 306 FRONT STREET, Mosbv & Bunt Block, : i : Tems, Ton n . TO THE W K RAVK CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGS provisions, iinc atuns, iron-ties. woisKies, our sio 2000 pieces Bagging J ate. , 2000 bdls. Iron-Ties Turions patterns. 2000 barrels Hour. 100,000 lbs. Meat Clear and Kib Sides, 100 hhds. Sugar all styles and grades, 100 barrels Xew York Rt Hoed and Hard Sugars, And all othr articles pertaining to our line. To our " Good Luck" and " Grand Central" Flours, we Invite exclusively for our use and trade, and are handled by no other firm In any market. Oar v hikl- come from the bet alstlllerles of Ohio, Middle Tennessee and tha "Blue-crass Region," anu mj Kt all times be relied on to equal representation. Onr hisrk nt Hirr Is wt-ll ket.t up. and complete. Not only do ws handle all of the most re liable srd popular domestic brands, but our bouse Is tba Wholesale Depot for PARK & TILFORlVd beet and choicest Imported k'ioJ. Dnalrs particularly are Invited to eall and look for themselves. Bought prior to ine laie aavance, and lor cssn. e are onerina our stock " dead low," and claim co tw able to com pete wltb all markers and all cotnr-eiltors. All we ask at rbe bands of the "trade" Is a trial. 1 Oar SJorroa H.le.roiua Is laree. commodious and solendldlv lhrhtAO. Samnlea ara si all times dlsplHjed to the best aovanuure, and saTes effected under tbe personal supervision of the senior member or our arm. WElGHld aie carefully auarded, and liberal Cash Advanjes made on all consignments confided to our cre. tJHGiLL 8R0 IRON. CASTINGS, CUTLERY AND GUNS, Steam Ei.gines, Boilers, ironpipe and Machinery Fixtures, AGRICUIsTTJKAI. IMPIJ2MENT DEPOT Belting, II oh hikI PacltlnK. Cotton Olna, Preases, Fanlit-leering Knines. rlst Milla. Sole Agents in Memphis for B. F. AVER IT & SONS' PLOVTS. r-Our ttock is now fresh and complete, and befog acuirera. uraers Nos. tO.:l sfKoNT i.'.; 9ii,j., HILLFu OOTTON FACTORS AND 296 and 293 FRONT STREET, COR. THIRD AND LOCUST STS., MEP1II-....TEX. ty tesnfs lor r Cohratl 3si:.s.k.T'ar s& s"o. MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS AND WHOLESALE .DKALKR3 IN l obacco. Pi 'es and Smoker Articles. 286 Main street, Memphis and 310 East 54th street, New York, Besimctrullv 'ifrrm tbelr friends and the trade tbat they bav on hand tbe largest aad best saleetea , stock of grwvi. in the msrtt-t tar- Orrtar. aoitrlterf. and satisfaction vmrsnteMt. W B. ISA !!.: KV, I Late of Harris. Mallory 4 Co. I iALLORY, CRAWFORD GO (SUCCKSaOBS TO W. B. MALLOBY ft 00.) Wholesale 61006X8,0011011 Factors AND COMMISSION MEKCDAWTS, Q O U-ront Street, :&o.Lu o. We are prepared to make Liberal Advances on cofMlgnaxeHta of Cotton, which will be handled for the best inte reals of the uhlpprrs. HieiAlIW 2r5.em.co dt? Llvormoro, --j- k 98 Secuad St., pp. Market Square, Memphis. TIloaae Fronts, Colamng, Lintalg, Iron and Brass Castings, Genera Line or Konnflry and . A. GAUK. W, At GAGS & BRO. IVo. 3IMI S."R1i'r HTKKKT. W. i:. (aalbreath. OTTON "CTlf.OL STnr Warelionse (Mutual Storage Conpsny) is now open, ready ltirefeine.nnn n whlfh we will mnk llhrral aah sdvarirvs. W. X. Bawd re. Bsstk COTTON gSfi Front trW C K. M. 1 BIKAfISS A W IS, L ii MGIiM if? GOn OIiS Grouers, Cotton Factors, AND 8A1-T AGENTS, fwQ- 1 llniiin trot. : : : : 31 em i It in. Teiin. K. M. KMTKm, lcte Kstcs, sTIarr st Vo. J AS. 11. UOAR, Heasp!, Teas. SSTES, DO AN c& CO !ar?e Katea, riaer Ca.1 Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, Mow. HI aiitl 13 ITnion Street, tlemphl'. a. c. rKAncE. PEARGE, SUGGS & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, So. 258 Front Street, Memphis. Tena. nrParilpnlar Attention Paid to the Halo of Cettsis.PI M.H.Coov Doors, Sash, Blind' Mings, M. A. COCBBUT. m co. and Shingles, DSION AND FRONT STBEST8. ennen.ee. TR.JDI : AND WKLL-ASSOBVKD -STOCK OF 0BOCKBIX.8 looacoos, cigars, uase-coous, sic, sts. AI pruwl emoraces : I 200 barrels Choice ffevr Orleaai Mt lasses and Syrnps, I aaa a na. - At I AWW oa8 11,0 1000 kegs Nails, 1000 cases assorted Canned tsoods. 500 packages Tobacco, 100 barrels Whisky, 500.000 Cigars Domestic and Imported, celebrated brands of Trads-X-irk." - Mwocntm esDectal attention. Thnse brands ara manufactursd THERS A CO. added to dallv by new goods direst front the tttann. prompuy nuea. HTBEET, MEMPfllS. JEBOME HILL. ORS NTAINE.C0 1 8T. LOUIS MISSOURI. V.. rsrv r Cti-S4na.ei i w. cunrsRo, I Late of W.B, eaabraatb On. IRON WORKS! SIUs, VentUators, Cellar-Gratliwr, all kind He pairs and Every thins; In t UachIne.Sb.flD Work. B. St. 61(11, ...Tl BflPHIM. TKINRHNKK J. H. Fovlkea, ATMS, Go FACTORS, t;oais&3tL3 t. n.lsse. m. f. Bswlrs , MALONE & CO. FACTORS, 157 IrTempTils, Xenn. BKACHAH, a. b. roHTox. . B, SVUtaM. Gd MlStTFirTnRSR' - Dr. D. S. Jolinson's FBIT1TB Medical Di s p en 8 a r y, Ao. 17 jyrrERSOJ rEEET, Betwaea. Maiia Ssssl Vraae. Heaapltta. D rE.vrAsauta ur 18T0.J Tt JOHN DON ts KKotMrtntirwi or all parties In lei ested as ut fa tus mvt surwsefnl pnr-nlan to the treatment of tirivfu. ur secrtt ilDewt, Quips, borough and permanent ct-m asrartteed to evf ry ease, male Of femata. . atoner.r t t-t of Hriioitiea and Syphilis eared in a' few dArs- wtimt tt n-e ot saereniT, ebarure of diet, or bicirsrue tr-rn t-m n Seooodary 6ypnllls, th last r ', rrsmmiAd sat Uks use of mereair. Imcnjttari ion or m n stopped In a short tlms. 8uSs rrotu-iru poc r.cr r loss ot seznal powers restore tairoe fx r n a few astifs Victims of self-abth and na veoery, safferlna from spermatorrbpn aad t v. c f pbvsleal and aieotal power, spsedllr and perniV" nsntlf enred. Partlonlar atteotloa paid to . tbe Diseases of Women, and euros ruaranteed. Throat aod Loruc Diseases erred by new remedies. - Piles and old sores eared without tbe use ot cs.ua Ua or the knife. All eonsul1ons strtatfy eorifidentlaL ! Meds sent by axpreas to all parts of the coun try. I Office boors from 8 a. ra. to 9 p. m. Bandars from 8 to 6 p. m. ! T. B JOW'ON. w Tt L Oeditors Xotlre. Ko. 8383. In tbe Chaoeery Court ot Sbelbv Ctmnty i Tennessee. W. P. Oaver. admtnls'ratur ot i. W. lEeata, dosased, vs. Alfred A. Heatb M ai. TT appearing from this bill la tills cause that tills X Is a proeeedlrj Instituted to nftt'e and wind up the ee'eie of J. w. Besth. deonvwd. as an insol vent estate; It Is therefore orrtrrl. tbat sli psniM tlaimlnc lo be creditors of said estate or otherwise Interested therein, make tbelr ariorane Serrln. at tbe eoartbMise In Hempb's. Teon.. oo or before tbe tret Moooa In Mareh. 1H80, and cxhltxt tbelr de mands, and nave tnemselves made parties, or tbelr claims will be forever barred; and ttast s coi j of tbis order tw published ooee a week, for four soeowwlTe Weeks. In tbe Mem po Is Appeal. This lBta day of January, 188a - A oopy attest. ! B. J. BLACK. Clerk and alsster -; By R M'HmraT, Deputy Clerk and Master. : B. M'Fartd. 8oU tor eomptAlnanC su l8?. : . ..-;' . L i 'j Is a compourxl of tha virtues of saniarnrUIav DWUUgll, UlSUUt..., WIV .1111 .Iodide of noth and iron, all nowerful blood- making, bleod-cleanains;, Xlife-stTstaining jelamenta. It is the rarest, rsfct, and in .every way the most effRctmai Vrat i ve melt Iclne known or available to t-v 1 rn)l!c 'The sciences of medicine ana 04 Unistrv havr j never produced so valuabls remedy, ncr (ooa ao potent ta core all tl, isei re-ultinij tiroui imnnrtf monu, x crrc jrroisim all sorointoas aiseasrs. Is. ryi pel !.. i.o-, or St- Anthony's Kir, FHmplcs and srn- Pitni iiiku rr,ii SeeJa-Meavo, Kin(Worm, Ulcers, ; Kheutnatism, jvicrcnnal IJIsn4v riarfties. asrundlc A fl tictions - oC ihf urer, iryspepsla, tasvcUOn, ana jGeneral DebLUty. , - , By its aearcUns; and.eleansinr; qualities jit pnrrna out the foul corruption .vhicli contaminate the bloosl, and cause deranete ;ment and decay. It stimulates and enlivens itbe vital functions. It promotes energy and -strength. It restores and preserves health. It infuaea new life and vipor throughout khe whole system. Ko sufferer from any disease , which arises from impurity of the blood n4ni despair, who will give Atkb's Sabjaparii t a a lair triaL Remember, tha earlier tla trial, tba speedier the cure. V xia leo im una Ken niniiHQeti m r-u -hi rinu. . every-wbere; and tbey, recofjnixmg its snrw. rior qaauues, administer it in titeir practice. For rtesrlv fnrtv T-m Avs-r's SifKiri. wrt.v.s baa been widely usk1, and it now pos sesses tha confidence of millions ol peopl who hava exparienceid benenta irom ita ar jv-eUo ourauve virtues. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical aad Aaalytieal Chemists. Lowell, Mats. BT AXS. BBDeeiSTS BTZBTWB Alon-ResIdent Notiee. - 0. 819A In tba Chaneery Owrl of Sbelb? eonnty. I Tennessee J.A. Aodersonadralnistrworof Jamas I LwJeu. aeeeaaed, vs. Patrick Lrrten etat. TI appearing; from tba sheriffs return In this eaosa JL tbat tne defendant, John Kanles, is not to be loaod la tbls coaaty. I It is tnererore onterea. Tnat ae make nl. ap. bearanee herein, at Um Court tiouse ef Shelby eoMnty, In Memphis. Tenn., ea or before th first Monday In March, 1880, and plead, anxwer or demui to 00m- Kaloant's bill, or the same will be taken tor 000 ssed as to fetrn and ere I nr beatin .xparte; and tbat a aopT ot UiU order be published onee a week, tor tour suooeaslve weeks, la lbs Mpi Appkaa. This 17th dar ot January, I.khiK t A copy -attest: &. J. BLaC K. Clerk and Master . By K. B. M'riKWat. Demrtt Clerk and Master. ' yaaos k Anoeraon. sol, lor Complainant. s 1 R4Va BPM'iriO MVIIirisT. TBADK MAHTks tlrettt Es-TRADE MARK. a: 1 1 aemesy aa vmfali1ri:Vure' forSemlnai ft'eak ness. Cpertnstoe--rbea, ln:( ' Uncf, snd all diseases trial iotiow, as a segueoee cf Self- V w Abuse; as lof:. , lEFtBE TAtlRLlAAUuue. l ain luUTil TaURB. the ca, Xiiuiuessof V)n, Premature old Aae iod saayotaer dlnsauss losA lead to Ins.nltr or Conatunpttao, an a Prema-iw. Urnm. Full partle alars In our pamphlet, which we desire lo seed rree by mall to every one. Tbsdpec'Oe Medicine Is sold by all droortsu at SI per rackaga, or six packages for &, or anil be sent tree by mail on receipt of tba atoner, by addresstnc TPS orat Mumnvv m St. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich. ' 001a in Bemeats dj a. 11. anox and C. Ba'ir vi,4 h. m : a- tv f IVonBesident Not I'-o Ko. 8Ml-!n tbeCbancerf Court .of 'oheibr eonnty. I Tena.-W. & Galbrestb vs. W. C"Lucs i i ' I It appearlna from affltlvrtt IP this c-uje tbat tba efeodsnta. Gsbrlel Joboii''n,visiae Johnston. sbrtella Johnston. Ada Johnston. Kra iireen. CutoU Jobostoa and H a. Johaatot. are non-ma U Cents of tbe State of TenDesseeJ f It la therefore ordered. That tbey risks tbelr ap pearance barem, at the courthouse of beit? eountr te afemiiala, Tennessee, on or before e first M on es la March, I HKO. and plead, RCfW,1 or demur to Ine cross bill of Walker Ltieas stai.br tbeir Kuar alan art Mm Walter tires; err, or tbe note will be smu ,u wuiiaui m m, urm setur tieartn xparte; and tbat a oopv of this oruvf rnn:, r. aee a week, for four su-cssstve weeks. In the Mem-' T A sopi Attest: B. J. BLACK CNwfc and Masfr I By 1 a M H.mht, D. c k 1L. j Waltew Qresjory. Sot, for torn pbunam.- ,a T0GATE No. 1 -?u"" t" Tur. "wail. 11 U, A. j j,iL, 71 ol,:i u. apu.6ltp,.p.tae..te. c..liT . MimooB r ; 7. - a jw uib irw9ci t t"nr of Ka arourtu on uj- ir .,,.cr, ti.m or.xoeaa. haa th. lnirr,-,,t- A.i.lrre. Any 4rnfcvto PA ;o-Q.N CO.. 7S Ffasaaa St W, ! BTen-Beaident Notiee. Ha. 8476 In the Cbauotvy Court of 8hebveoun Ten a. O W. Gordon vs. B P. Duncan et L I It appesrlns; from arflavtt In tbls esesa that tnat defendant. B. P. Dunoan, Is a noo reslunot of Aae State of Tennessee; tbat be Is Indebted to the frx'm plalnant In tba sum of about twelve borjdr dol lars, evidenced br note; and aitacbrnnut .bavins; b-en Issued and returned bt tbe sheriff levtevTon tha property of said B. P. Dsocan; , i It Is tberefoie ordered. Tbat be mska bis ap pearanee bereln. at tbe eourthouseof Bbeli. oountv in Memphis. Tennessee, on orbatnraih. n r day In March. 1880. and plead, answer or demur lo complainant's bill, or i&e same will be tasen for confessed as lo blm and set for bearing: exparte; and that a copy of this order be published onoe a week, for four nioossslve weeks. In the Memphis Appeal- TbM 941b darof January. I8U4) A copy aiieM: J. HLA4 lw. cieis and Me --r. I Bf IB Id Hkksi. D. C an j B. P. Walker BoL for Complainant. j 37 Court Place, LCUISVftllE, KY., s reftsfw effwecaani um issrairf rja:svi asavaAciaB a I fwsBt-o a i tsyvr form f PnrVATT, Cures all SprxAtorTJsiM id x Ian potency. M tb revait f mu-ttkmrn im TWa, inwt e:, i Uirsr y wv r MaMr easisa, r r-rww--isar kmss a t ; y' w, -j i i4'r -1sA. (SAirj- tt- ss-r T nosas ST irsaalL IMtc s ttr1. Ueftrvti kao Dana. Pipi I's . Atrravb a- CobO Of lVaSS. SS of &CSUS.I Fcor. rlX ify SVPHI MS GLKET, glrtoturo, 1)kJ.U, In. u. ,r tou?. ' al and JLh nHvaat sli .a. 1 a aa 't irt. I U I sl-rt-eat au s s kmb wtvc pj svrlnearti4.i 1 IS II Class sa uimAa oCT rtviiisr wrwwci arj sy, sasssurss mot sk) . f t avi ftswoi&cv. a-t cfut . rsaassssfoa asrisBs. rj m. u sscoBTonirmt , H tsrctlf f9 trsMswet. ..y twewrs-a s kC sssWr Say s.ll ar ntsroaa avvlMre. Crxm GtUkmitMsi 1m all mBcLerT K m LoatLj rar.-s Cswrssm isaiaiin mast mrmrmmm swsyl PRIVATE COljTSS-cIASyi Of WO fajjsa. ao any Ja,'ss. swssrs. viisatf ti t K,li ti.J kr aUi. Art:.r . wVa h.urs tVwsa s a -.-. . , Trnstee's 'I T NDKB and bv vtrtue vt a I U to me, as trostws by Jf Prestdent of " Tbe Cllaaupt. dsted Mas 1. 1878, -OS rery MiMBi snnin, Munti. ranr pacazbo, 1 wui. on T.aS.T. laf at tba southwest carrel t in toe fformerlv HIT of 1 Dubite aoelton. to t esserlbed prnp-ny. aiatkm. M. aod and described aa follows: Bef-lnrtlucif asat ootdsv 01 u. intersection i wood avenura: mem. asst witn in 7 Spottswood aveaua one bundrel t stafe-! tbeooa north oue bnxfred stake; then Mt one hundred lit tbe cast line of Speed swoon; tl er east line ot 8pei aveo ue one bun f tbe beflnnlnc. toasther with ,bef said kiC Tbe eoultr of redem j warred la said I nt k d Tbetuf good, but I shall sell and ennvet rf WSLTIH Rt ossrw erf aWmlOsU ImuM .aj ImpoWrJ M Sf, Sba, lw?sa SQ i .. aa mas. Bass : LAO St tSM SSSMSly -! SMB S fan St irw ; t SWSimMS Sf . T-A . j SasO st asS!asi a asaaat ta vasw y"' ' . ar3jiwri, VfcJ !s"fi ' rl Zttl Ma ft a 1 sTa's'M FoV co I-iT m"iTm is M.etrt ..Vtl SlreM, ST. tt l-'sio. I vara 1 a. - . PKKSC'BirTIOW Fur.15, TTXIB TH1 8PKKDTCTB1 of Seminal Wea Lost Manhood aod all disorders brouitb" IrMflserailon or cxeesa. An Oruvul-t boa th. , DkL jAtjl IS Jt U .,' wmt ai., r nw,! PnESGRIPTiQri;Pf r Ui apsssaltr Curt f Stnml w--X Mavuhood, mw.' ure -oJjvliry, DamTnlenQy, Ooivfu of tosut, Ase Xy, XOtVCtlVr McSriM, SV13 4V1 i-'l JlfiP -fesy Soare, JtLsbOH tvad tattn-wi. A - V tsVwftnrAOALAV AsUrsas, D J V XtO WtwM brail liTSfl, L f if IS? lflD& ,. ..I rsxlna'-ctf Memhl4 be btaaV . to wit: R. Am iiim. j.j.ha.wia- I - Cotiv 7 . 7 d, u bas been Njfii;h!y heart ot VKc strorTSTy do sorr '- nt "" Mkof the orators, prof. 'HIS. -y-teven1r!i Jm si KIMOYIJ Spared, made soma INTO. Q 2aa. (In raar of CV iieatn.