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THE MEMPHI S DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 1, lSSO.
hemmed in t of one line. RAILWAY RECOUP. The tint railroad in the United State vaa the 'iniin-T and ltotton, to convey granite for Bun ker Hill monument. In is.;?. The speed of the factest trains in England I greater b ten miles an hour than that uf the trains of any other country. H is stated that the Lake Shore railroad will hnve on hand bv lvecmber "1st a surplus of :t.-wM.ix', aftat prol Idlsg fur the iiMial semi-annual dividend of I per roll'. An interesting; dispatch relative to the con-s.-ii'l.tlii.n of tlir Mi-v-'uri l'.o itie and Missouri. Kansas and Texiu, roads, will be found on our am lmire. Mr. M. I". Il .pkins, widow of Mark F. llwj'kiua, treasurer of the 'i.tral l'acilie, railroad, Isrslid to lw tin- m-altl -.lest woman In this country, -ho is Worth JT.s,i,;i7 j. A avaliliv wroiany ha- undertaken the iMiikltoe of tln Knme and chatuinora railroad, and will begin work In Hum spring. It fa said that th road will not lerminatc at Kome, but will be extended t. Atlanta, giving fhatunoona two con nections with Hist citv, and relievinic the Clnein- uatl Southern railway from the emoanaaanaf posi tiou in ni. h it :s now p.aeed. Initio; hi CHtVanoapi in the jow St, I-ouis Glob -D, mocrat: The railroad manager are an iiictwisistent set. At the present tiiae ears are as wan as hen's teeth, so to speak, and business is as plentiful as grasshoppers in Kan . v. lien it's a smsshopoer summer. Vet, with all this stailna llllll III Ihii taec. n eut in freight rules has been dU-mcred. but a- yet the en has not been Knead toe point where all the particulars call be riven. The statement is authorized that the cutis by Ika "lor or last freight lines." There U r project on foot among capitalists fn St. Louis Cor the eonstmelion of a narrow -gauge railroad from Bird's Point, Missouri, opposite Cairo, down alosM the west bank of lie- Mississippi river, and oi' aaoHwi'-nt ili.stnllee from the river not to interfere with Uie steamboat interest, ami strikii.g i. r .-. ''mai a j-.oit in Arkansas to connect with I'amniore's narrow-jrange ivad Vi Waco. Texas. Tot road will b'-a connection of the Cairo and St. 1 nils narrow gang' railroad, and win ultimately U' extended n tie- "its oi Mexico, thus fj.ii.iing ii vfrand trunk narrow gangs mad. Little ItiK-k Gazette; "Articles of associa tloti of tin South side Short lane railroad eom pany have been ill-id with the secretary of stal. The company eontemplMt'-s the construction of a niilnatd Bum Little It-et by l' rrvville and I)an fille up the Petit Jeaa vuiley to l'ort rlinith, imuh llig through the counties-of i'tilatki. Perry, Yell, Kigali, Franklin and Sebastian. It is to In; l:u mile- in le i Lh, with a capital stock of I ..-' ..." Tlie directors are Messrs. Newman Krb. i. P. :. Ktuaboufh. Vi iiiUm E. W.odruB, r , E. '. Boudi not, ! uie liii-ks and others." New Orleans Time: "In a conversation with Mimv gentlemen interested in Mexican rail wavs. the 'Itu ket' rotnbler learned that the Mexl t an Central roe!, which is hi ing built from Kl P.iso del Hurts to the ltjol Mexico, a iHstanee of him wiles, will bco!H.!l for tr.iw. siepe lime in Febru ary next To la- n. which Is uiiont 'JCO mites irom the tiiiy of Mexico. This roa l lini its track lul l into thedepotof the V.-ra Cruz and Mexfco railroad, and are building outward at the rale of half a mile a day. The completion of this line will give co tiiiuou.scoiiiii'ctions irom New York or San Fran cisco to Vera Cruz without a break." Work to 4. oinmencc t Sr. Louis, November 30.- E. O. Iamphcne, of Chic ixo, was elected (jitieral manager of tlie Chicago, Texas and Mexican railroad it Italia yesterdav. The citizens of Dallas Mibsjeribed .j0,00(). Fifty miles of the road s e.ithwest f Dallas have been located, and construction will be commenced at once. I, alto Eric itnd Vewtrn Election. New York, November 30. At the an nual election for directors of the New York, Lake Eric and Western railway company the old beard was re-clectcd. President Jcwett Mat HO;,MJU votes, representinx fotir tflbf of the stock of the company. Most of the votes ho cast as proxy. About 100,000 oiher votes were deposited by thejstookholders. Tlie annual statement shows, it is said, a sur plus in carniivg of S1JS0MO0 after the pay ment of I hfl fixed chargvs and tlie interest on the bonded debt. The operating expenses have keen materially reduced through the adoption of a narrow gauge track and the use of. heavier locomotives. Tlie It. A O. ItopsSS ( linrxfs. New YiiUK, November 150. The Oomsaer- eial Aiterimt sav that from the telegraphic advices at the pnaiuce exchange it has been ascertained that the lialtimore and Ohio railroad company has not receded from the position assumed last week, and has again declared emphatically that extra cbarjra for storage will be enforced on and alter the sixth. As the (Xpert trade is dull here at present, some of the dealers say the action of the nylroad company is very unwie, as it is impossible to force trade, except at a heavy loss, and the result will not be beneficial to cither the railroad or the city of Baltimore. Advices have been received of grain having baasj si nt by rail from the west to this citv in search of a foreign market, and through freight to Liverpool rin New York baa barn much improved since the close uf last week. FINANCE AND TRADE. LIVER PILLS. ; Yearn B' forc the I'ublic. THE GENUINE Dr. C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS arc not recommended as a remedy "forallthe ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of the I.ivcr, and in all Iulious Complaints, Dys pepsia, and Stck Headache, or diseases of laatci-iractor, they stiunl without a rival. AOOL .:-D FEVER. No better cathartic can be used prepara tory to, or after taking quinine. As a simple purgative they are unequalcd. 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. Each wrapper bears the signatures of C McLane and Kumisg Bros. 0ri1" Insist upon having the genuine Dr C. McLANE'S LIVER. PILLS, prepared by fjUOmra BK0S., ntlsbnrgh, Pa., the market heing full of imitations of the name McLane, spelled differently but same pronunciation. HOW TO t'I'RK Consumption. Coughs COLIIS, AST 11 M A, CROUP, Iisrrisni of the tliroat. Luust mii Pttlmonnry Orsrnnsi, All I'OKI'INC TO niUFiTtOXs) ALLEN'S IiTJNG BALSAM COFFEE BOASTEftH. mm P a y 2 111 13 -cog mi s 6 5 t I u ft; r UJ i P3 n mm mv Z-i "a i CL3 r H GBOfJEBS. $1 00 WILL Bl V AT DEANS to pound Slimdartl A Siitft-r, 11 immiihIh C Stiar. .1 poiiutls ;oxl IloaiHUl Coffiec 2 MnnIsi t.ootl C.rt'fit Tea. pounds! ( ood lilat-k Tt-st, ti pound C'lioit'f Mixttl Tt'iu 12 pounds I'runosi. is uwill lUt ;criuHU St:tp, 20 pounds I it-sli ut Moal. I I pounds (ood llit'tN in itouitds pplo Uultcr. is Ibslit-st SfH'-KisliiK ItucKttlioal irAII tr04l relititi it nt lllesnle prices. Uon't buy n Uollnr's wurlli until joit enll and nee oar c;ootl" mill price, or semi Tor our i ..in ! t- l'rlce List. MAII aoiicls lnrlicil mill "nio'osl l'm io nil cniBaaa nnl Oepuls. or nut part or Ilie rltjr. WM. DEAN & CO. SO. 1HO POPLAR ST. ( ito Bursa, O. O- O- CHAMPION GINS and HULLERS FOR HALE BY GEO.H.LATHAM (Hucoessor to E. Bobart A Co.) COTTON BUYER, Room 20, 304 Front Street, REPRKfENTS BARRY, THAYER & CO tlscrwun to THAYSR. BBJORAM A CO.) BObTOX, HAN. I. lb ersil t'nnh Ad aursa mmle on t on alKBinrnla to Thesis, or ( urrsMuilruti la Ll,erpool. FIWAICE. Therx wss a jrood business doing at the banks yesterday ; exchange, wan not flowing but louring in, with a steady call for loans. In the local market there were transactions in bank stock not reported, but the figure was at a marked advance; also a sale of '-'000 linadalupe y ( alvos stock at 10. Commn Dtcations fnim the mines haTe been received rejxirting a continuation of fibrou threttds of metal met with by the workmen, who are working night as well as day shifts. The present work is downward, but the drift hor izontally will be commenced immediately. In another page we give the aggregate of the Memphis clearinghooae business for eleven months. Exchange At our banks is buying at discount on New York and other prominent eastern points; with three days' grace, discount; sell ing at par". On New Orleans, discount; selling at par. Money is loaned at 8 per oent. Shelby comity scrip, 93 baying, 97 ( ;8 selling. Shelby county bonds gelling at par. L nion and Planters stock, 110; Men. phi- and Charleston rail road stock, last salt- at 10; Mississippi and 'lViinesaec first mortgage bonds, ex-conpon, 12(i(a 130; Mississippi aud Tennessee second mortgage, 110. Last sale of Peopled insur rance at 'Jl ; and ol State National at 102. Mississippi lcvtc liquidating script sell at So; Migsutstpp! levee Coupons or script district No. 1 arlling at 17 to 1H. The Evening Punt says that the private ad vices are that large movements oi gold in this countrv are at last attracting serious at tention in London, and it is not unlikely that the bank of Kngian 1 will use its large power to prevent it. The tn asurv thus far to-dav hat obtained $10,000 of Gs of 1880 at IQ2J. MEMi'iu- bam; BMrnVsiamua.' Clearings. Balance.. Vovemner : :ij,7:r2 Ti txt.XR IS Total tills week .r75,ursi 33 Tvl.UUC JO Total last week tS5,lU3 lti 70.UV1 E! Totsl last year iM'..f.7N OTi mHJjt 'Ji BY TELEGRAPH. PARIS, November 30. Rentes, oof. 5oc. HEW OBLKAH& Itiiii Inn 30. Sight exchange, on New York, par; Sterling ex change bankers' bills, 4781. LONDON, November 30. Consols, 100 5-1 6 j new ha, 14; 4 js, 11; 4s, 1151; Illinois Central. 125; I'cnnsylvaniaJ (.'eii iral, 64,; New Xork Central, 14!; Krie, 14f; secotid.-, 105j K. ading, 1L'C.. litillion withdrawn irom tlie bank of Kng l.ind Uwlay, 110,000; bar silver, 51 3-10d par ounce. NEW YORK, November 30. Money ac tiveO per cent, per annum; per cent, per diem. Prime mercantile paper, 5f6 er cent. Sterling exchange weak- bankers' bills, 478J ; demand, 4S0:j. The stringency in the money market during the aiteriioon was the most severe known in Wall street for a long time past. The stock exchange borrowers had to pay jer cent, per diem, and ti per eent. per annum. Ooverniocnt bonds steady for lis, but weak and lower for other issue. United Slates coupons of 1X81, 104i ; new os, 101 j; new 4As, 11 1J; new 4s, 111); Pacdiic (is of 1895, 130. State securities uiode ratelv active; Isiuisiana , consols, "U; Missouri 110; St. Joseph, 109J; Tetinesee lis, old, 4 ; Tetmessee (is, new, 44; Virginia lis, old, 28; Virginia Gs, new, 27J; Virginia conaols, 100; Virginia consols, preferrel, 11 21. Kailroad bonds were unsettled and gener ally lower. The stock market opened gener ally strong, and in the early dealings an ad vance of J to 21 tier cent, took place, North western, Nashville and Chattanooga, West ern Union and the coal stocks leading the upward movement. Toward noon, under the initueiue of light money, a heavy pressure to s 11 was developed, which continued through out the entire afternoon, resulting in a steady decline in prices, the closing quotations be ing, in most instances, at the lowest point of the day. The decline from the highest points ranged from i to 4J per cent., and was the most marked in telegraph stocks, North western, Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern, .Michigan t entral, XSew ork Central, St. Paul, New Jersey Central and Chicago, Kurliugton and putney rose 3 per cent, early I la the day and later reacted 1 , per cent., with the final tales at a recovery of 1 per cent. Louisville and New Albany stock, I which some months since sold at 100 and 1 upwards, aud which has been neglected for a long time past, was offered from 40 to 45 be ion it found buyers. There were unusually large transactions in buyers of thirty-days options in stocks at to 1 per cent, above the price in the regular way. Long Island rail road stock, which up to yesterday had not been dealt in wn the exchange for a longtime, to-jay advanced from 20 to 25 bid. At the close of business the foreign exchange mar ket was demoralized and nominal; in fact, it m difiicult to sell bills this was largely on account of the pressure of bills, to raise norny. The treasury to-day bought 102,000 is of 1880. The course oi the stock market during the last hour of business was largely in sympathy with the course of money. When call loans fell off for a short time ti per cent, stocks became firm and rallied, but when the rate advanced to aud interest the market was very much depressed. There i was a great pressure to sell iu tale dealings, ' and the downward movement was accelerated bf a number of '"stop orders" in the market. The liquidation of accounts, backed by slen der margins, was iiiie general. Leading operators were accused of locking up great sums oi money in omer to snnserve tneir puriioecs in the stock market, which was to buy cheap slocks under cover ot the decline. : he t.i'upAic says: Ine speculation to-day as been influenced entirely by the move ment of money winch was stringent Irom ic start to the tinisli as high as 1 of 1 per eent. for a day's use being paid quite gener- illy, and in some cases by unit-class houses. Weak holders have, as a natural result, been forced to sell out, and this weed- ng process is one that will iiltitnatelv .rcatlv lienefit speculation in more solid stocks. Money is 'moving llegitimatelv, and iie rosiect is that it will coutinne to work -o lor some time to cnoie. At the same time there has Isieu a manipulation of rates, and this too may be expected until parties con cerned Income tired ot it or succeed in nc- uiring their lines of stock at desired figures, "here will be considerable payments on iu .Tcst account to-morrow and during the earlv part of the coining month, aud heavy amounts of bullion will arrive here this aud next week from abroad. These should make the loaning rate easier unless it is interfered With. It is a notice- ible fact that the strongest stocks to-dav were j those in which the foremost part of the most 1 decided advance has been made on the re sent movement. Krie wa very strong j throughout and buy int.. as for many day past, was of the best. The solution of last i reek's sudden activity and advance in Lake ', Krie and Western stock is finally solved by .he announcement that a syndicate of capi talists has been formed hare, wlio hrc sub--cr'ibcd a sufficient amount of funds for the immediate construction of an important ex iension of the road, and which will prob- ibly make the line an important one and lender it an assured fact. 1 ne large purchases receutly made in the stock market were for account of different members of the syudidate, but some large blocks of stock were bought outside on private terms. Transactions aggregated 897,- 000 shares, ltHXIof w hich were Chicago, Bur lington and Omncv, 4tRH) dicsapeake Ohio. 21.000 Lackawanna, 2700 Delaware and Hudson, HKX) Denver and Kio I h and, 59,000 Krie, 0300 Hannibal and St. Joseph, 4000 Iron Mountain, 4700 Kansas and Texas, 12, 000 Lake Shore. 3400 Lake Uric and Wi-i- rti, 8900 Michigan Central, 21,000 North vcsicrn. 2(500 Nashville and Chattanooga, 22,000 New Jersey Central, K;,("Mp New York Central, 4700 Northern Pacific, 8000 Ohio and Mississippi, 21,000 Ontario and Wcst- rn, f.200 Panic Mail, t!70o Beading, 20,000 St. Paul, 21n0 St. Paul and Omaha, 31,000 nion Pacific, 12.0O0 Wabash and Pacific, mil n.s.issi western t nion. .notations: ntral Pacific bonds, 114:); Union Pacific sts, Hi; Union Pacific land grants, 1131; Union Pacific sinking funds. 1 1 1 A : 1-e- iigh mid 'Wilkesbarre. .125; St miuix city firsts, no sales; Chicago, Co uiiibus and Indiana Centra firsts, 108; i liieago, Columbus and Indiana Central seconils. no sales; r.rie sceoiins, iuii; Hock Island, 122A; Panama, 208; ort Wayne, 124; Pittsburg, 125; Illi nois (.culrai, li'.'; i nicago, i.uriingion ami Qutacy 171A: Chicago and Alton, 13b; Chi cago and Alton prelcrred, no; -ew tors Central, 111 offered; Harlem, 200; Lake Shore, 120$; Canada Southern, ti9; Michigau Central, 111; Krie, 14; Krie prelcrred. 77J; Northwestern, 127J; Northwestern pre lerred, 142J; St Paul, 108; St. Paul pre lcrred, 121; St. Paul and Omaha, 43; St. Paul and Omaha preferred, 83; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, 103; Morris and Essex, 118; Delaware and Hudson, 881; New Jersey Central, 7("5; Beading, 49J; Ohio and Missis-ippi. 35 Ohio and Mississippi pre ferred. S5A ; Chet-ii pea ke aud Ohio, 21 j; Mo bile and Ohio, 21 : Clevelaud and Columbus, Tt; Chicago. Colunibua and Indiana Central 119; Ohio Central, 24; Luke Krie and West ern, 33j; Ontario and Western, 30J offered; Bui lington, Cedar Kapids and Northern, (KSJ ; Alton ami Terre Haute, 132 offered; Alton and Terre Haute preferred, 109; Wabash, St. Load. ami Paeilie, 4U; Wabash, St. Louis and Pacttic preferred, 7tiJ; Han nibal and St. Joseph, 411; Hannibal and St. Joseph preierred. 911; Iron Mountain, 4JS; St. Louis and San Fran cisco, 35; St. Louis and San Francisco preferred, 50; St. Louis and San Francisco firsts, 831: Chicago, Si. Louis aud New Orleans, 351: Kansas aud Texas, 37); Union Pa.rilic, PS; Central l"acillc, 83i; Northern Pacific, 32j; Northern Pacific preferred, fi2S; Louisville and Nashville. 841; Nashville and Chattanooga, 71 ; luis ville, New Albany and Chicago, 30; Houston and Texas, 70; Denver and Bio Urands, 75J ; Western I'liion Telegraph, 90J ; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 3.M ; Pscilic Mail, 4ili; Adams Kx press, 117; Wells Fargo's F.xprcss, 112; American Kxpress, 044; Unit. d Stati-s ItxprenS, .U; Quicksil ver, 111 otlered; (i'.iicltilver preferred, 50; Cariboo, 2: Central Arizona, !$1 otlered; Hoinetsake, 2Sl; Standanl, 22; Excelsior, 7; Little Pittsburg, 2; Outario, 311. week, would be considered very full, aud the tone continues excited. Prices have made some recovery again, and, while not touching the extreme figures of yesterday, have shown a considerable degree of strength, with pos sibly a further advance held in check by the more cautious policy of sellers. It is thought, from appearances, that there is almost or quite as much inclination to invest as at any time since the movement for a rise com menced, and that a further upward turn would only incite buyers to renewed exertions could they get the supply; and the regular operators, who have been meeting the demand all the week on the theory that it had no solid base and must soon bring a radical re action, now stand off to await develop ments. None admit that any good reason can be shown on the general influences for the recent rise, but all find their efforts at counteraction entirely use less in the face of the sweeping and de termined call from outside speculators, and as the same force appears powerful enough to make quite as full an additional advance with no better ground work than sentiment, the idea is to let the new element work out the problem as best they may lietween them selves. Flustuations to-day have covered a range of over rc, opening with a general up ward run, followed by various tips and downs, and finally closing W(a 21 poims above last evening, with the tone somewhat unsettled. Many of yesterday's "short" sel lers were covering, and the demand has in cluded orders carried over, beside a full line from previous buyers, increasing their invest ment ami new ones coming in. The bulk of the business has been for January, February and March, with all sorts of twists and turns on the adjustments between these months. The perplexities and complications arising out of the vast volume of business lately transacted have given rise to occasional ru mors of difficulties with some houses, but happily up to the close nothing serious had cor.ie to the Burface. Yesterday. Dav Before. Ordinary 0 A 9 9H Uood ordinary 910 U Low middling... 911-4 rail'. Middling SlHi llJi Uood uii.Idiins 91-.'" uS--'i Market quiet. Sales 250 bales, including 200 to exporters, and 50 to spinners. MEMPHIS COTTON STATEMENT. Stock, September 1, 1880 Received to-day Received previously Snipped to-day Siiipiod previously Stock, running account IMPOKTS. Thus far this week Thus far last week Since September 1st . a,0l .lb-1,075 6,31 I I IJti 11,271 .187,1(1 Memphis & Charleston R. It Mississippi and Tennessee R. R. Louisville & Nashvillle Great Southern U.K. Memphis A Ultle Rock K. K. Pailtuah A Memphis R. It. Steamers Wagons and other sources 1,008 101 B 71'. lus .ri2 : Total , ::,oyl EXPORTS. Thus far this week ll.'i-'o Thus far last week 9.361 Since September 1st 12B.D8U Memphlsand Charleston R. R 533 Mississippi and Tennessee railroad 1,'. Louisville ii Nashville Ureal Southern R. R. ' Total 2.6 BY TELEGRAPH. The following are the latest telegrams of the domestic markets, as reported yesterday to the cotton exchange: Latest Te'.egrums ' State of Market. Rec'ts. 12 IM 11 H5s 11011 '., II" s !!-: 12 12Vi 12M Galveston Steadv. 3,003 New Orleans Quiet. 6,167! Mobile i Dull. 2,431 Saranuab I Quiet. tu rn I Charleston Easier. 3,739' Wilmington Wniet. I,l6s! I Norfolk I Easy. ! 7.56 j Baltimore Quiet. SO; ; New York Quiet. 1.0-11 Boston Kirm. ' 6SS , Philadelphia , Steady. I 201 The following arc the New York spot quo tations for yesterday: Ordinary, 9c; good or dinary, lOjc; low middling, 11 i-16c; mid i tiling, 12c; good middling, 12jc; middling lair, l.'Hc. At 10:2o, quiet; at 12:20, quiet; at 2:45, quiet and steadv; at 3:10, quiet and steady. Sales, 12G7 bales. Contracts, 900 bales. Stock. 109,464 bales. The tone of the future market was as fol lows: At the opening barely steady ; 11:25, steady; 12:15, steady; 1:30, steady; 2:30, Bteady ; 3:15, strong. Sales, 217,000 bales. The following shows the closing quotations of futures in the New York market yester day Months. 1 Yesterday. iT)ay Before. January 12.27 12.21012.22 February 12. 42(1(1 2. I I 12.S8012.ai Mann i2.jsi'2.t)0 t rsi2.isi April I 12.7J012.75 12,66012.68 Mav 1 12.8s!12.S6 ! 12.780I2.SO June 12.94012.iW , 12SS012.9O Julv..... I 13.OU013.U2 12.SM012.M7 Angnst 1295 bid. 13.01013.05 September I 12.18012.50 12.4701253 October 11.83011.93 11.82011.84 November I 0 I 12.3O012: eeember 1 012.12 12.0601208 The New Orleans market closed quiet at 11 5c lor middling. Sales, 4800 bales; receipts, 0107 bales. Stock, 252,470 bales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday report ed cotton easier. Sales, 10,000 bales, of which 8150 were American; receipts, 13,300 bales, of which 9750 were American. Middling uplands, ti 13-10(io7d; Orleans, 7d. The Liverpool telegrams reported the market opened quiet; November, li ll-lt( 6 23-32d; November-Oeceml-er, 6 11-llid; IX -cember-Januarv, (' 1 1-lrifn ti 23-32d; Jantiarv Februarv, 6 '23-32fo tijei ; Februarv-March, 6 23-32,t';jr t! 25-32d; March-April, ("i 25-32" ti 13-lGd; May-June, li 29-32f l 15-10d. At 1:30: January-February, Bid; February March, ti 27-32d; March-April, Sjd: April May, ti 15-10d; May-June, (i 31-32d; June Jury, 7d. At 3:10: Manchester yarns and fabrics firm, but little doing. At 4:10: February-March, li 13-Hkl; April-May, li 2!'-32d; Lecemlier-Janiiary, li 23-32d. At 5:15: November-December, li 23-:'.2d; December-.Ign-narv, Ojd; Februarv-March, li 25-32.1 ; April May, t 27-32d; March-April, 6 13-ltid; May Juiie, fi 7-18d. At the close futures were weak. The movements at the ports were reported as follows: This I Last I This w. Week. I Week. ILastYr lUSn 103,318 112,771 .S7,415i 55,7851 56,059 SajM&l 24,64.'! 2 1.90O 907,671 1 858,63b 67S.4-2 3S(i 42c; French calf, $4060 jitr dozen; domestic calf, SSOtWo per dozen. HiHES Dry flint, No. 1, 19c; No. 2, 16c; dry salt, 15c; green, 67cj green salt, 91c. Sheepskins, 50c(fl 50. Tallow, 51(7r.0c. Beeswax, 2lc. Vooi..-Tnbwashed. 35flT40c; unwashed, 2238e; hurry, 1520& Bricks. Hard, $10; soft, S9 a thousand; fire-brick, $4 BOQ ' a hundred. Lime and Cement. Lime, 80c a barrel; Louisville cement, $1 05 a barrel; Rosedale cement, $1 75 a barrel; Portland, S5. Meatphln t'attle Market. Messrs. Prey at Schilling, of the Southern stockyard, North Second street, report that business in their line has resumed earlier than usual, and promises to lie more active than for several Tears past. As an instance of the early and vigorous revival of trade, we note a sharp demand lor nogs, several shipments of which have already arrived, and met with ready sale at full prices. This does not usually occur before the 20th to the 25th of December. At this time there are none on sale, with several orders to fill from first arrivals. Cattle receipts have fallen off' jierceptibly in the last week. Prices have advanced from i to J,c on all the better grades under the influence of light supply and im proved demand. The market closes strong at quotations, with none left over. Thin and inferior cattle are in light request, and dull at very low figures. Sheep and lambs are scarce for goodliutcher qualities, and gener ally higher. Good Blockers are also in fair request. I' . r and inferior are very dull. Cows aud calves are in fair request for good milkers at a little better prices. Common are dull and neglected. CatTLK. I hoice to extra butcher quali ties, $3 50(2 3 lio; medium to good butcher qualities, 2 OOmS; common to tair,$2(i 2 50; thin, light and inferior, $1 25(7' 1 75. Hotis. Best selections, 140 to 160 lbs, $5; fair to good, 100 to 150 lbs, $4 75(i4 85; rough and common, S4 50(! 4 00. Sheep (..'hoice mutton grades, per cwt. gross, $4; Fair to good, per cwt. gross, $3 25 (.i375; Common, per head, S2(i 2 50; stock ers, per head, ?1 25 75; LAMB.S. Ilest qualities, 60 to 75 lbs, per cwt, gross, 5-4 50(5; medium to good per head, $22 50; common, per head, $1 25(o, 1 50. ( iius ami Calves, Good to choice, per head. ?25( 35; common to medium, per head, $ lon 20. (BY TELEGRAPH. NEW ORLEANS, November 30 Hay quiet. $28(312& Bulk meats quiet and weal; ; shoulders loose, tfQoej packed, 5(n-5Jc; clear rib, 7c; clear sides, 7(a.7jc. Others un changed. NEW YORK, November 30 Flour light jobbing trade demand; superfine western and State, S3 75-4 25. Wheat l(5 Uc better; ungraded red,$l 10. Coffee quiet, but steady. Sujjar quiet, but firm; fair to good refining, jc. Molasses quiet, but firm. Kice steady, with a fair demand. Fork dull and lower; mess, $14 25; old, 15 25. Lard - prime steam, 9.10fi 9.1 2jc spot and Decem ber, 9.05(J.10c January, 9.0o(V9.17Jc Feb ruary CINCINNATI, November 30. Flour firm; family S5(u 5 30; fancy, $5 506 25. Wheat tinner; No. 2 amber, SI 07; No. 2 red winter, SI 08. Corn in fair demand, but at lower rates; No. 2 mixed, 47(n 4Sc; new shelled,46c. Oats in fair demand; No. 2 mixed, 37c. Rve steadv; No. 2, 9!lc. Barlev in good ddmand: No. 2fall,9Sc(S$l. Pork dull at S13; new S14. Lard stronirer at S.bOc. Bulk meat quiet, but firm; shoulders, 4c; clear rib,7ic. Bacon scarce and firm; clear, 81c. Whisky active aud firm atSl 11. LOUISVILLE, November 30. Flour steady; extra, S3 25f)3 50; family, $3 75( 4 25; higher grades, S5( oi-y choice fancy SO 25(7c6 80. Wheat steady with a fair de mand, SI 06. Corn firm: No. 2 white, 48( 49c: No. 2 mixed, 476. 48c. Oats linn; No. 2 white, 37 jc; No. 2 mixed, 3tile. Rve steadv and firm; No. 2, $1. Hay steady," $15(S:.18. Pork steadv, S14. Lard active and a shade hijhcr; pri-Re steam, 8.50( S.tiOc. Bulk meats quiet; shoulders, 4.',c; clear rib, 7(o 7.1lic; clear sides, 7.25(" 7.35c. Bacon nomi nal in the market. Sugar-cured hams none in the market. Whisky steady, $1 11 ST. LOUIS, MO., November 30 Flour firmer. Wheat higher; No. 2 red, SI 000 1 063 cash, SI OvlSl 0tt December, $1 09(. 1 09J January, $1 Ufl 121 February. SI loi March; No. 3 red, SI 033; No. 4 red, !6c. Corn higher; 4242c cash, 42;c De cember, 42jka 4:!c January, 43;(" 131c Febru ary ; 44( i 44jc March, 45i(.. 4tjJc May. Oat active and higher; :'.36i 33jc cash, ;'3Je IX' eemb.T, 34c bid January. Rve steadv, 90c. Barlev strong; choice to fancy, 90cfS.fl 1' CasadianV'Sl 3o. Butter Utter; dairy, 2l5( 30c; roll, 15(i 25c. Eggi lower, 2o(ii251c. Whiskev steadv SI 12. l urk dull and ot fered at S13 75. Dry salt meats firmer but slow at 4.40, li.80(" 7c. Bacou dull. Lard quiet, 81c. DRY !.()(! I IS. NEW YORK, November 30. Cotton goods in steady demand and prices firm and advancing, lxmsdale, Hope and Blackstone bleached shirtings and Wamsutta and New lork mills wide sheetings are advanced RIVER REPORT RIVERS A V I WEATHER. The followinsr official table gives particu lars concerning the condition of rivers and weatner at an important, points: OrriCIALSIOHAI.SSBVICB U. 3. A. I 80. Cairo Cincinnati Davenport Dubuque Helena Kookuk Leavenworth. . f Little- Rock... Louisville 31 fmphis lUbllYllie New Orleans. . Pittsburg- IShreveport ... .St. Louis. ride sheetings are advance id steady. Light weight clothii Prints quiet and and w oolens in fair demand and firm SiFAMBOUS. SPECIAL SOTK E. For Helena and all Way PointH. TIIF. TRI-WEKKLY T.rK ET IRON" STEAMER jxo.t. Mooiuqafifc m. Asnioni raasu-r. Xow in Port and IcmI vlnir. Haviiic feoii ilrtainc1! by incli'int-nt wcflthcr. wi lcaw on her n.gtilar ilay, THUHSDAY, LK?c. at .'p.m. It. W. LIGHTRL'RXi:, CJcncml Agent FOR KNBI BG. rpREir.IlT will be received this l.' eve;!!!!!; i.v mo steamer .maiik Mexphis. Xovemher .10. 1880. Changes. Above low water. Feet. Rise Fall Inches, inches, inches. 4 4 10 11 11 L 1 10 2 "ii" l iekshurR. Bench mark, low water 187V. :Bclow lii.h water of 1874. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. rTiiiie. Bar. Ther . Wind. Weather. .10.22 : N'.E. icloudy. 29.92 40 E. Cloudy. 20.83 46 S. ICloudy. J. T. FAR6AS0N & CO. Wholesale tURO( EKS A COTTOBT FACTORS 36 Front street, Neuphte, Teunewec, AND Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 1QO Gravler street, Xcw Orleans, I.ti. Cotton eonalamed to as at Memphia or Xew Orleniis will nave prompt nnd earei n attention. We coastantly carry a large and carefully selected stock Staple ana Fancy Groceries, W .net Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars at'MEMPHlS, and will sell as low as the lowest. We carry no stock at Ne OrfearsaiWoTarUertj PORTERJAYLOR&CO COTTON FACTORS AJfD 0) 1 ET a? a Receipts for 4 days ... Exp'stoGreat Britain. Exp's to Continent Block on baud , Total receipts at all United States ports, 2.264,441 bales-, same date 1879, 2,421,739; same date 187S 1,830,582. Increase of re ceipts at United States ports this year, 157, SM bales. Total foreign exports, 1,985,093 bales; last I year, 1,217,975; year before, 960,569. Total stock at all Tinted States ports, 907,- (171 bales: last year, 670,45 year before, 099,569. TWAIX. learf wt S t foot of Jclterson stieet, p.m. for livershurt;. P. HALL. Master. FERRYBOAT OVERTON. ON anil alter WEDOTSSDAT, De cember 1st, the ferrvloat John Overton will make oulv three trill. ier lnv. Lr-aws Mound Citv at a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Leav.ss Memphis at 8:0, 11:50 s.ni. anil ;:::-.o p.m. Bad roads, inelemcnt weather r.'i'i -lion days limkes tlse ( haurc neeessarv lor the lime heillg. QUS 11. FOG L EM AN, Steamer Overton. Special Notice--For White River ITEA1TKB HARK CASH, now In s day WEDNESDAY. December l. at I K, W. LIUHTIU RNK. Agent, i COITOK. Tlie telegrams retvived at tlie cotton ex eliaiie yesterday nianilested a better tone than on tlie day before, except that New Means fell jo and Liverimol futures were weak at the close. Sew York futures, buw ever, made some advaiuse. Bale were very active, and tlie market closed "htroih?." In our market lavtors failed to do a thoae at New Drlealis did, TbV sIimk! close to the GENERAL TRADE. The general market was better supplied with merchandise yesterday, and, in spite oi mud and gloom, a good business was doin. Corn was more active than for some time past, and tlie price ruled high. Cornmeal, too, was moving', out aitiiougn sales to arrive have been making at $2 65, it commanded 2 80 oa the spot. Apples show signs of fol : lowing potatoes and reaching higher prices. Kggs remained easier. Chickens showed no ' sign of recovery from their extreme depres ! sion, in which other poultry participates. In I hides, it will be seen, we advanced (notations I a oent. Hog products are ipjiet, with bulk and IK,rlt aml oaeon uncnangcu. i-aru e iiuoie 1 nigiier. r-ugar remains uucnaiigeo, caccjii 1 that lxiuisiana open kettle and clarified are slighly lower. (uiinifioiis Mm art fur round Mis at the anldiaj nnd at the railroad depot, ami include ntitlu r drayage, ttoraqt, nor other expense outtide oj tlie, bare freight and change up to the time if arrival. Jobbing and ttore sale are at higher rale, as they include drauagr, itorage and profit of the dealer. Feed Corn sales of 400 sacks at 61c; 370 at 01 le; 150 ear corn at Ooc; 100 shelled, in dray loads, at 65c; in store, 65c. Oats in store. 48c. Bran sale of one car-load at $20 GO; in store, SI 10 per cwt. Hay in store, $1 05f 1 10 per cwt. Fuii R Flour treble extra. So: familv. l'aul and s 50: choice. $5 50(. 6: fancv. SO 25( . 6 50. COBN'MKAI Sales of 150 sacks at S2 80, with a good demand; no stock on hand. YjWgmXmUi Potatoes in store, S2 250' 2 50; sale on landing of 300 barrels russet a at S2 SO. Unions in store. S4(" 4 25 a bar rel. Turnips, SI 25 per barrel. Celery, 40 50e er bunch. Fruit and Berries. Apples in store, S2 fn 2 75 a barrel. Oranges Louisiana, S4 50 (. i 5 per barrel. lemons, $4S0fi per box. Crauberries in barrels, SS6'9 50, as to qual ity ; half barrels, $5. Ktios and Bt'TTER Kggs, 28c and steady. Butter common, 12(u,15c; medium, 18) i 20 ; choice western, 23fl 25c; Oleomargarine, 'X" 20c. I'll rise Factory at 12(o 12Jc per pound; cream, 16S 16c; Young America, liif " 17c. I'm i.tiiy Chickens dull at $2 60S2 75; young, SI 5'""'2 50; dressed, S2 503. bucks, S2 75(o 3. (ieese, S4f.i 4 50. Turkeys, 7: dressed, lOfi 11c a pound. Fresh Meats. Fore-o,uarters beef, 2S 3c; hiud-tpiarters, 41 S 5c. Hogs, by the carcaas, tU'" 7c ' per lb; country dressed, 6c. Sheep, 5c. Spare-ribs, 8c tier lh. Oysters -(er donen cans, $4f7'5c. It A me. Veiison by the carcass, 4(S 5c a pound; saddles, 80M0& Kabbits, SI 2-V.i 150. Siuirrels, SI 25 a dozcu. Mallard ducks. S2 50. Quail, SI 50. Sale 400 rab bits at SI 35. Mis 'ki.i.aneiU's. Hominy, S-'l 60(,i M 65 a barrel ; grits, $;t t0(. o 65 a barrel. Cider Missouri, $8 BOfS 8 a barrel. White K an. medium, $1 90" 2: Dried apples, 4Jc per pound; evaporated, 9c. Dried peaches, 5.1c per pound. Apple butter, 7(8c a pound. Mil . c meat, 8(n 9c per ound. Nails, S- 25 rales. Kraut, according to site of barrels, .. I"; SI 5'i" 5 half-barrel. Tigs IV. t Barrels, $8 75fs 9; half-barrels, S4 25c I 50; kc-, S2 lata 2 2.5. His; 1'noDicTa Bulk meats, packed clear side, 7ic; clear rib, 75c; shoulders, 5Jc. Mess pork, $14 50. Bacon, packed clear side, Mjc: clear rib, Sjc; shoulders, ojc. Hams sugar-cured. lOJc. Breakfast bacon, lOJo. Lard tierce, 9J(.. Ojc; pails, 20 IV, 9jc; 10 lb.. lOJf.i lOJc; kegs, 9c. Jobbing rates, 10A 15 per cent, above these quota tkusa, which are i..r large iiuantities. QsttXWpnV- loti'ee. 12( ISc for ordinary, 14(.i 15c for fair, 161o 17c for choice. Sugar Ixjuisiana open kettle, 7(c 8c; yel- low clarified, 6j(.t9c; ott white, 9 fc; snow ' white, 9('i.9jc; cut loaf, llc; granulated and powdered, 1 ljo; molasses, 45(j I7c;prime ! to choice, 480' 50c I Tea Imperial, 55(5 80c. Rice Uiuuiaua, 6(" 6lc; Carolina, (Um fo. .. r. .. i .i i tt. .- . i o rsati in r i-ar-ioao, .r oo, uuiu .uiu. ri uu FOR LoriSVII.I.K AND . CINCINNATI Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co For Louisville aud Cincinnati. The Eleirant N'cw Passenger Steamer Vir;iV leo, (I. V. Thompson, master Joe Surtee clerk Leaves Uednestlay, Dec. 1st, at p.m. For freight or passage apply on board or to R. W. LIOHTBORNB, General Freight and Tieket Agent, No. 7 Monroe street. Meuiphig. For itir, I'.iHiisville, oninville and Cincinnati The Kh irnut Steamer siiidin$- feiar. Miller, muster. Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat THIS DAY. Daft. 1st, at ." p.m. Kor freight or passage apply to Al) STORM, Agent, on wharfboat. FOR NKW ORLEANS. St. I. on in mill .eu Orlean Anchor Line For Vicksbunr, Natchez and New Orleans steam James Howard. PcDtier master. Will leave the anchor Line wharfbout Tills DAY, Dec. 1st, at 1'-' m. For freight or passage anplyto AD V 'KM. .-tip't on vhartbyst. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Packet. ilrgvilitr Independent Menip n White Ii'ver Packet For Augusta s;m r. dent P i.l wuy ixiints. clrct IiIh mid iicksonport. The regular indepen- IB A ill CASH, E. ('. Postal. niMster ! ('. 1'oslnl. cl'k. Will leave Uemphia EVKRY WEDNESDAY ami after WedlM or nnjMiLr" niinlv No. 7 Monroe st.. opp. Pgabody Hotel dav. Sf-nt. 1st, at up. k. i . 1.11 . u 1 lit K.s I'. 1. 1. r freight 7:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. :uu p.m. M&xiiimr Minimum thermometer. 31. Rainfall. O.M. BY TELEGRAPH. X- . .. XT 1 OA P:.,n. .tolnn .ISSIU11.1.L, ..O.CUIOCI .". LOCI Usui. I . rapUaV, with 12 feet on the shoals. J r'J.'"")!"!. Novsmiber 30. River about B Btationary, with very little running ice. Weather cloudv and milder. New Orleans, November 30. Weather ultrv; thermometer 060. Departed: Sam Roberts and barges, St. Louis. Wheeling, November 30. River 3 feet 10 nches, and rising. Weather cloudy and cool. Fhe. river is still closed above and below here. PiTTSBfRG. November 30 Noon. River 1 foot 9 inches, and falling. Weather clear and cold. Night River 5 feet 4 inches, and ris ing. Weather very cold. Evansville, November 30 Noon. River 0 feet 6 inches, and rising. Weather cloudy and colder. Aight Kiver o leet a money, and rising. Weather raining. Cincinnati, November 30 Noon. River 5 feet 6 inches, and stationary. Weather fair and coin. i.l' hi Kiver o teet a nichea, anu rising. Weather warmer and rainy. Ar rived: Andy Baum and Jrmes I). Parker, Memphis. TJeparted: Cons Millar, .Memphis. MOVEMENTS ON THE LEVEE. Arrival John T. Moore, Helena; Thou. Sherlock, New Orleans; Virgie Lee, Cincin nati. Departure! Thos. Sherlock.Cincinnati ; All Stevens, Dyeraburg; Rene Macready, St. I-ram is river; Maumelle, Arkansas river; Coahoma, Helena. In Port Hard Cash, lrgie Lee, .lames Howard, Geo. W. Cheek, Chrokee. Bo it Due Vou-n Osceola iielle, int Shinkle, Golden Crown, fn J-atm-s Lee, Guiding Star, New Mary Houston. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Friars Point James Lee, Stack Lee master, 5 p.m. White River Hard Cash, Ed C. Postal master, 5 p.m. Osceola Osceola Belle, Henry Cooper master, o p.m. Cincinnati Guiding Star, W. B. Miller master, 8 p.m. Nfw Orleans Cherokee, George Wolf master, 5 p.m. Cinc innati Virgie Lee, G. Wash Xnotap- son master, 5 p.m. New Orleans J ames Howard, J. H. Pepper master, 12 m. receipts yektkrdat. Virgie Lee 500 tons miscellaneous freights. Kene Macreaiiy A'l bales cotton, isj sks cotton-seed, 53 pkgs sundries. lhomas Mierlock ol hhda sugar, a oris molasses, 14 sks cotton-seed, 17 pkgs sun- lries. John T. Moore 92 biles cotton, 16 bags seed-cotton, 253 sks cotton-seed, 14 head cattle, 13 pkgs sundries. MK VI. PORT NOTES. Our dispatches from up the river are in teresting. Ilie monumental salt pile still looms up on the levee. The propeller Alf Stevens departed yes terday evening for Dversbure. Keceipts bv river vesterdav, llH bales cot- tun, lb bags seed-cotton and all sacks cotton seed. As might be expected during such weather as we are now having, business is only moo erate. The propeller Morning Star, from Cincin nati, passed down yesterday evening for Jew i 'rleans A fall of eight inches was airain recorded yesterday, the gauge registering 4.6 in the evening. The Chas. P. Chouteau. Captain William Thorweigan, is the next regular packet for -ew Orleans. The Josie Harrv passed Devalls Bluff Monday, and will be back on time to leave Saturday, her recular dav. The Guiding Star, Captain W. B. Miller will pass up this evening at a o clock lor tin cinnati. John S. Jones in the office. The New Mary Houston, Captain Charles Miller, is due up this evening bound for Cin cinnati. Elliott Miller is her clerk The St. Louis drummers' boat. ChailesIRob stock, has been ordered by the United States marshal to be sold to th highest bidder, IX cemoer loin The Osceola Belle, Captain Henry Cooper, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Osceola and the upper bends. Wm. Smith and John Haley are her clerks. The Thos. Sherlock, four days and a half out from New Orleans to this place passed up last night for Cincinnati with 500 tons of freight and a fair list of people. The Cherokee, Captain George Wolf, is announced to leave this evening at 6 o'clock for New Orleans and all intermediate land ings. W. H. Keyt is in the office. Captain J. I). Randall will place the Mike Davis on the docks to be thoroughly over hauled, and when completed will run to up per St. Francis river and the sunk lands. Major Harpham, agent of the Memphis underwriters, is now at the wreck of the W. J. Poitevent and thinks she can he raised. A diver has gone to the scene of the disaster. Captain J. A. Lindsay telegraphs from Cairo that the Vint Shinkle left there yes terday afternoon at 4 oWoek. She is due to day, and will return to Cincinnati to-morrow. Ihe Hard Cash, Captain Ed . Postal, in the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all 1 1, .iius on White river, going .through to Jacksonport. Charles M. Postal presides iu her office. The James Lee, Captain Stack I.ee on deck, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and all way land ings. Lloyd Whitlow is her clerk, assisted by Piatt Rhoades and Arthur Brown. The James Howard, Captain James H. Pepper, owing to the inclement weather, laid over until to-day, and leaves at 12 o'clock for Vicksburg, New Orleans and all intermediate landings. Archie Woods is her clerk. The John T. Moore, Captain William J. Ashford, arrived yesterday evening from I lelena with a lair trip, but was unable to unload on account of the .heavy rains aud bad weather, and will leave for Helena on Thursday, her regular day. The steamers James Howard and Grand Tower were yesterdav seized by the Vnited States marshal, on a citation issued bv United States Commissioner Morrison, to sat isfy claims of deck-hands, who demanded ex orbitant prices. The boats refused to pay, and gave bond, appealing the cases to the I'uiteU States district court. The Virgie Lee, Captain G. Wash Thomp son, arrived yesterday morniug Irom t.inciii- natl with 500 tons freight and a fair list of people. Owing to bad weather she was una voidably detained, but will get away this evening at 6 o clock lor all points on the Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. Jntues Sur- tees will be found in charge of her office. 1 he le will give cheap rates to all tiointR north. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 00 FROXT STREET - - MEMPHIS. PBSPBarSAftY. DR.DS.JOHNSONS PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, Dlo. 17 Jcflcrson Street. BotntH-n .Mniii a:ul Froisl, Memphis. ESTABLISHED IK I860. DR. JOITNSON is ficknowletlffsd by all parties in terns ted as bv far the most Ruccesriful pbvsi cian in the treatment of private or secret disease Quick, thorough aud permanent cures guaranteed in every case, male or female. Recent cases of Gon orrheaand Syphilis cured in a few days, without tne use oi mercury, manse oi aiei or oiuunnn from business. Secondary Syphilis, the last veetie. eradicated without the use of mercury. Involnntarj lossoi semen stopped in a short tune. Sunerci from impotency or Io&sof sexual powers restored to free vigor in a few weeks. Victims of selZ-abuat and excessive veuery, suffering from spermatorebe and loss of physical and mental power, speedll) and permanently t nred. Partienlarattention paid to the Diseases of Women, and cures guaranteed Throat and limp Diseases cured by new remedies Piles and Old Pore cured without the use of caustii or the knife. Ail consultations strictly confidential Medicines sent oy express to an partsoi tne country Office hours from $ a.m. to 9 p.m. Sundays from a.m. to izm. i. s. . mmmmm n PS P3 SB. H 9 3 O j TI si ll a i w W. A. GAGE & BEO. COTTON FACTORS, !JOO FKOT ST., ... MEIIPHM, TE3TJT. II. riKNTEXIIKIM. J. I.. WELLI'OBD, Late Ntratton A Wellf'ord. Furstenheim&Wellford WHOTiKSALF, Grocers and Cotton Factors, Jfo. 27 Front wtreet, - Memphis, Tennessee. CHICKASAW IRON WORKS! Handle & Livermore, Proprietors, No. 98 Second Street Opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn COITOX-PRKSSKN, CilX-UEAItlWO, Nhitlll ns and Pnlleya, all kiisdN Iron nml Braiw imiiwu. and Every tbtng; in Line o FIII'MIKY iiikI nACHIVEHOP WORK. TOYS,TOYS,TOYS! CANDY.FLREWORKS.CIGARS AT THE WHOLESALE CANDY HOUSE OF . johnson. m.d. S IA OF RfiAX ESTATE. Supreme Co i rt Sale of Real Estate. In the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson- i- m. Apperson, ,xecuior oi naae ii. jwiiod. deceased, v?. Charles Jones et al. ; and R. J, Black, Administrator, vs. Charles Jones et al. IN pursuance of the decree pronounced by the Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson, April 14, 1890, in these consolidated causes, I will offer for sale, to the hihest bidder, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets. In the city oJ Atempnis, on Monday, December 6, 1880, the lots or parcel of land mentioned and described in said decree, as follows: A certain lot of land situated In the city of Mem phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and bounded as follows: It being lot No. 35$, as laid down on the plan of the city of Memphis, and beginning at the northeast corner of the intersection of Monroe and Second streets in said city; running thence north with the east line or side of Second street 74 feel 3 inches ; thence east 148 feet C inches to an alley ; theuce south with the west side of said alley 74 feet 3 inches to the north side of Monroe street; thence weBt along the north side of Monroe Btreet 148 feel 6 inches to the point of beginning, together with all the improvements and appurtenances thereto belonging or appertaining. Also, the following lot or parcel of land situati in Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, and being part of lot No. 98, as laid down on the plan of the city of Memphis, being on the west sine of Main street, between Monroe and Union streets, it being the third lot and storehouse south of Monroe street on the west side of Main street, it being lot No. S in the subdivision of said lot 98, between Lydia V Jenkins, Thomas J. Turley and J. M. Williamson, which i fully shown by the deed of partition be tween said parties, of date April 14, 1858, which 1? of record in book No. 14, pages 236 and 237 oi record of deeds of Shelby county, to which dee-: reference is made ; said lot fronting 18 feet 9 ruche on the west side of Main street, ana running back between parallel lines 70 feet to an alley, and bounded on the south by lot No. 4 of said subdlTl slon of lot No. 98, now owned in common by estate of Thomas J. Turlev and W. A. Williamson; and on the north bv lot No. 2 of said subdivision of lot 96. new owned by estate of Thomas J. Turley; upon which lot is a four-story brick storehouse, now knowu as No. 317 Main street, in Memphis, to gether with Improvements thereon. The said lot No. 358. first above described, will tc subdivided and bold H several parts, separately, M follows: 1. The rear part o the lot, that Is the part on the east side which 1: s between the alley on the east and a line parallel with the west boundary ol the alley, beginning at a point In the south bound ary of the lot, the north line of Monroe Btreet am four feet east of the brick dwellinghouse, which point is estimated to be : ' .. feet from the south east corner of the lot. and running thence north wardly and parallel with the west boundary of the alley to the north louudary of the lot No. 358. 2. The parcel of lot 358, on which is the brick dwellinghouse, consisting of two tenements fron' ing on Monroe street, fhall be divided into twr parts, the partition line between which twopaitr shall be a line passing norlh and gouth through ti t center of the brick wall which divides the ho aw A. VACCARO. B. VACCARO. A. B. VACCARO. A. VACCARO & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, SO 334 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. 37 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS. aar Waddlnai ai.xi.tdl. 3srai-tloa ttpplled.'' SAWS? Ourtis & Co. SFSTk WW sW a CI I to C19 North Second Sweet, St. Louis, Mo. Ibmfaatunn rf mi, dncriptian of Circular, WW- and C'rOMsU'ut Suwuj Whnl1 DnlsS. IB Rubber und Leather Behind FH-, Mamlrrl . Cum Iluoks, Saw (Jnmatera, Uiieeta, aud all Saw and Plaalac 3II11 piillr So:,. II m ifucturers .A rorkvriiod'. Pateat IJlafl.B Circular Hn.tr. KTKKY MAW WAttB ANTKD. tyOfiil sUention io repair work. Agtsata tor TANITE EMERY WHEELS JSSSS Our New tlldstratetl Catnlos'iii- iiio1 li-ci- rm application. H. B. HOWELL. JOHN H. COCKE. H. B. HoweU & Co GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, If o. SOS Front Mtreet, Heiuphls. amCXPTAIK RALPH W0RMELEY WILL SELL WM. C0TTOiV.- JAMES YOXUK. r. H. WHITE. J. W. CAi.l'l' ILL. J.W. Caldwell k Go. SUCCESSORS TO F. M. WHITE 4 CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchr ats 3SO JVent street, Mcmphiw, Tctbwmt. DLLLiARD & COFrm COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, NOS. 802 AND 304 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. L. D. aULLINS, Jr. SHERWOOD&CO Late Wheeler, Pickens & Co. Wholesale Dealers In TOYS CHILDREN'S WHEELED GOODS, WOOD AI W ILLOW WARE, 310 Main Street, Opposite Peabody Hotel. C. B. MOOKE. G. T. BASSETT. Moore, Bassett Co DEALERS IN DOORS. SASH Al MOLDINGS, KI.INDN. LVMBF.I. LATH A M Slf IX. I IS. NOS. 361, 353, 359 AND 385 SECOND STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR FOK ABKANSAB CITY. For Arltniivjts ly aud Pine I. ! nil It. U. Adams C. S. Mail Lintj steamer For Helena, Frihrs Point. Arkansiis Titv und Pine Blufl R. R, DEAN ABAM&e Mark Ii. Clit'c-k mntor I A. 'mniin I'aves as ul'ovc mai till wav lainlms every MON DAY and THITKSDAY, at 5 p.m., eonueoiintr at Arkansas "it y every Tuesday with steamer l.eo. V. I'lieek for'tireenvill'' and Vieksbure. J. T. WASHIXOTON. Asent. Madison st. FOR ST. FRANCIS KIVER. ?f 'iiiUi iiiiil Si. I nim-iN Kiver U. H. Htt.ll I.tu The ihmv and decant pasc:icer hteamer i . k. niasior ' r-.i' ' : ci s rsssjasae??"- Will K'avi M.-'.ni liis EVERY fl'l S8DA Y nd SAT- I'KDAY EVEJCTNG8. at ."i p.m., for Mariamia, the Cut-off and all iuU'ruifiliaU' Jar.liRS. 3. ). RANDALL, Sup't FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. II I i. l II AUHY UII .HomphlH While mi (I Hli.ck Ithcr V. S. .Mail 1'xrkrt For Indian Bav. St. Charles, Clarendon, Devalls Bluff. Do Arc, Augusta, Jatksouport.Wcst Point Searcy. Bab -villc, I'owhattau, and rocahontas lh-; new and elegant steamer TimIp Harrv. . -, Will leave Memt.hls every HATUKvAT, at 5p m.. eonneotuiK direct with the new Black river V S.mail jvi. ket MILT II A KKY for powhattau and Pocahontas, and w ith laily Packets t Batosville anil L i.i-er tut1 river. I nrouiiti rales ail noints Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line. Memphis or lerronc. w in rc prctmpitv rorwajjoii. Pv. W. UGHTBUBNK Agent 7 Monroe st. STEEL B ARB BB FENDE WIRE Into two tenements, and extending from the soutt boundary of the lot to the north boundary, an. lour leet ol ground lying east ana aajoining tiii east tenement, and extending from Monroe street to the north lomidary of lot and bounded ct. the east by the west boundary, hereinbefore deeis nated, of the part next hereinbefore describe! shall belong tn. and be a part of, the lot on Htt is the east tenement. The parcel on which la tin west tenement bhall have the use and privilege for ever of the four-feet alley extending from the uorti boundary of Monroe street to the north bound of the lot, in evimraon with the owner or owners ol the paft of the lot 358, on which are the four store fronting on Second street. 3. The lot or parcel fronting on Monroe street whereon is the western of the dwellinghouse ten ements, bounded on the south by Monroe street north by the north line ot lot 80S, east by the west ern boundary of the lust described parcel or lot, which western boundary is the line extending through the center of the wall which divides the two dwellinghoui e tenements, and on the west by tlie line at the outside of the jjSt wall of the western tenement, extending fi6fl forfroe street to the northern line of lot H-'tfi. and which western line is about 4 feet from the east face of storehouse fronting on Second Btrei t. 4. The part of the lot fronting on Second an 1 Monroe streets, and whereon arc four brick store, shall be divided into four parts, the first of which shall be bounded on the south by the north line ot Monroe btreet, on tho north by a Una extending from the west line of the building, and lot Sf through the center of the partition wall which di vides the south storehouse from that situate neat north of it. The second of which parts shall be the lot on which is the storehouse next north ol the last deserlbed part, which second lot shall Ic bounded on the north by a line extending from the west wall of the house eastward ly to tho east aide through the center of the brick partition wall wnich divides this second storehouse from tht storehouse next north of the said second store house. The third of which parts shall be, the lot on which is the third storehouse. to-wit : the lot next north of the said second tot, and is bounded ou the south by the before-described north boundary of the said second lot, and on the north by a line extending from the west line of the building and lot 368 to tlie east side of the east wall of the house, through the center of the partition wail which divides said third storehouse from the store house next norfh. The fourth of which parts is the lot on which U the fourth or north storehouse, and is bounded ou the south by the north boundary of said third lot, to-wit : a line extending from the west line of the building and lot 358, eastwardly through the cen ter of the partition wall which divides it from the third lot, and the north boundary of said fourth lot is the north boundary of h aud the north face ol the most northern of the four storehouses, parcels or lots. The east boundary of each of these lots is the line on which Is the east face of the east wall of thestorehouse building, and this line be gins at or about a point in the south boundary ol the lot 358, about .v. feet eastward ly of the seuth west corner of the lot 358, and mus northwardly with the east side the east wall of the storehouse building to the north boundary of the lot 358. The alley oi four tee t width, between the storehouse buildings and the dwellinghouse building, shall be held and enjoyed forever for the use and privil ege of the owners of the storehouse lots in com mon with the owners of the adjoining lot, whereon Is the west tenement of the dwellinghouse build ing. Each of the said storehouse lots will be sold separately, and the lots whereon are the two dwell inghouse tenements, and the lot on the east end ol lot 358, will be so!d separately. The several purchasers oi the storehouse lots shall have the privilege and right for three months next after confirmation of the report of sale to make use of the present stairways which ko above. aud of the halls on the second and third stories for the purpose of erecting partition walls on the existing walls from the third floor up. resting upon the present brick partition walls below, aud the present sun niprr sqnw iianuiou wans suaii oe party wans oeiween ine aujommg owners. The purchasers win be put in possession of said property on compliance with the terms of sale. A map and plan of subdivision of said lot 358, lu accordance with the foregoing, will be exhibited on the day of sale. Terms of Sale Six, twelve, eighteen and twenty four months; purchasers executing notes bearing interest from date for the purchase money, with approved persona! security, and a Hen retained on the lots until said utes are paid. quityof re demption barred. Jackson, Tenn. -Sep ember 23, 1880. JCffit H. FREEMAN, Clerk. W. M. Randolph, H. Clay King, Wright & McKia ick, D.E. Myers. Ho), fit torn. J. R. GODWIN Cotton Factors, Com. AGEOTS FOB THE NT A 11 COTTOM OUT, 336 front street, cor. Union, Memphis, Trim. a M. MTVLLUM &C0. Merchants, A. M. BOYD fc SONS COTTON FACT0KS, 264 FRONT ST., COR. COURT, MEMPHIS. Weigh lw of Cotton reported on ISggtatt. I. C. Weely. 8. H. Brook. II. M. Neely Brooks, Neely & Co. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AND OOHMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 367 Front street, : : Memphis, Tenn, Fulmer, Burton & Co SEND FOR CIRCTXARS AM) PRICES 310 and 312 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. IJfMKW STEWART, .Vi m Orlean. AKDRKW O. neinpnu. I. II. II A I. I V. Mriuphio. Stewart, G wy n ne & Co WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 Main St., Memphis. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors, Nos. 356 and 358 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee. STEWART, BROTHERS & CO., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, NEW ORLEANS. EOl ISIANA. FOB HELENA. I.4.4. I. in.. Ntenmrni- For 4.1. -mini.. ll.-'rtut The ck-gtutt passenger sWanu-r Coahoma, JffjrilipE Geotrre Mnlono master El Or well. . Sun Will leave KVKKY TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at I .in. For treijiht or ; .-.... ap ply on board, or No. 3 Madison Mm. J AMh LEK, Jk., Sup't. Wmm licleiin nud Way LaudliiKi. The new Iron I'aliii t .luior JOHN T. MOORE, Win. J. Ashford master 1 a. Wash. Will l..t ns above every TTEs-DAY, THl'rW DAV and SATL'RllAY at 5p.m. For freight or iasyai.'e npply on board. R. . I.KiHTIU KNE. AR. nl. 7 Monroe st. actual iiKtationx, a jn H ilinjr contrary to . ir barrel; coarse, r ack, 51 1 i0; fine, the vic of buyers, WaV mainly atood out of : k 85. the market i that the day'is "xalea were of lUofiisn and Tib BaKgi"K &M, 10J5 onlv trifling amount. 11c; jute, 1 to 2 9m, llJC" Wj niixeil, The New Vork Bulletin, of Monday, re- . 114c. Ties standard makes, $2 2o; pieccl jKirU "Thu inoveinent ui oitiou has been and oiiuide bramlx, $1 75. Twine, 17c perk, sunn-w liut smaller, but, ill comjiarison with j I.katukk. Oak aide, 3740c; hemliH-k, I any but the remarkable Java of the X'aat i 27o 3t- jier lb; harueaa, 3tKi40c; skirting, KIR OSCEOJjA. Iri H. vkl) I . s. Mnll FueUpt For Ban- do'.iih, Fulton, Oweolaand way landings. ONceola Iselle. Owner, master I Wm. Smilhen:. cl'k Vn l.-av,. MViiiitius t very MONDAY. WK1N DAY aitd PBipAl , at a p.m. For information ap plv on hoard, or li Ko. S Mit.lin attre! L.KK LINK STEAMERS. For .l'ioliil'. Ilrl4'nii iiikI t'riarN F4.lnf. la m cm ljec, 8 tack Lee, masti r Whitlow, clerk Will l.-av as alajve oa every MONDAY. WXONKSOAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.m. Office, 'o. o Madisou street. PEBNOaAL. Captain Alex Mosea, of the New Orleatw board of underwriters, is at the .reahooy. Captain Yilliara I. ash, late second clerk oi the Rene Macreadv, leaves by rail this evening to take command of the upper St. r rancis river packet Advance. PICKED U ADBI FT. The underwriter at St. Louis yeaterday aunounced that they would take risks on southern-bound boat provided they were not loaded to draw over 3 feet 6 inchea of water. Cincinnati Time: liThe Will Kyle pre sents a remarkable record in her career thus far. She left on her first trip on the 4th of IVeernber Inst year. Since that time she hag met with no accident, and no one has ever met with the slightest injury on the boat. Thus far she has been pecuniarily tinsuc i siaaf ill Nashville ,1m ricon, Tuesday: "Naviga tion in the Cumberland seems to be fully re sumed, lioth above and below Nashville." The Anderson leaving yesterday, aud the Cablcr and Cooke to-day, make things lxk bright and prosperous on the levee. Our steam boatiuen all wear a pleasant smile. Captain W. H. Carroll, of the steamer Cclina, yester day sold his interest in that boat to Captain W. J. Harmon. Captain Carroll has pur chased like interest in the steamer Dora CaMer, and taken command of her." BThe Guiding Star, Captain W. B. Miller, has concluded to run independently of the Cincinnati and Nw Orleans pool line. Iist vear Captain Miller's boat was in this line, and he made but seven trips during the en tire season, owing to the necessity of waiting his turn, either at New Orleans or Cincin nati. This year the captain determined ou froing it alone, and he is now making fart time up the river in pursuance of this sys tem. The announcement of Captain Miller's ttetcrmination created quite a sensation among steamboatmen in Cincinnati last Saturday, and on Sunday the Commercial commented on the advertisement of the Guid ing Star as an independent packet in such a way that the pool line withdrew their card from the columns of that paper. Captain .Miller is a popular steamooatman, and there will be a lively time. MOYEHEXTS Uf H'E4 STEASIEBS. QfKENSTOWJf , November 30. Arrived : I'ariiu.., Boston. New York, November 30. Arrived: City of Berlin, Ijverjiool G1.AS4JOW. November 30. Arrived: State of I'ennsylvania, New York. NKW Orleans, November 30. Arrived: Kmbla, Gal way ; Miereon, l.tissino. lyiNiMiN, November 30. The Sardinian and Scotland, from Montreal, arrived out. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 296-298 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts Cor. Third and Iociast treeta, St . Ijouis. CHA3TCEKY SALES, Chancery Sale of Heal Estate. No. MV, K. Chancery Court of Shelby county John Arrlugtou et al. vs. Wm. W. Duncy. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree, for sale en tered in the above cause on the 21st day of Julv. 1SS0, I will sell at public auction, to the high est bidder, iu front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse of the Taxing District of Shelby coun tv, Memphis, Tennessee, on HaturtlR.v, lcromlxr 11, IMi within legal hours, the following described prop ertv, situated in Shelby cuiintv, TenseOMe, to-wit; Part of lot Xo. 2 of the bubdii ision of lot No. 480, on the south side of Court Square, iu thu Taxing District of Shelby county, Memphis, conveyed to Catherine Richmond by Kdward lireathett and by and W. B. Kichmoml ti John A. BannoH6r. and beginning ou the south side of Court Square at the NW corner ot saia lot o.j; tneiioe ciistwanliy with Court Square 10 feet; thence south MsVi feet at rigat angles with Goutt Square to an alley; thence west with shkI alley 40 leet; thence north ItH' ifeet to the beginning. Also another lot and improvement! in the coun ty, State and iaxing District aforesaid, and de scribed as lot No. 10, block No. 10, on the plan of tbe citv of Memphis, and described in the deed of IX. A. Parker to M. L. Meacham and W. TJ. Gal breath, of date June 2, Imvj, as lot No. t, and front ing the Promenade Ofl Howard's Row 'lxt feet, and running back between araHel lines Kuth 10U feet to an alley both niece of propezty being the same conveyed U the defendant, V. W. Dancy, by leeu from John 9. D.uiev. dated 1-ebruary 10. 1S74. recorded in book 174. page G.L!2, etc., in Register. office of Shelby county. 'terms ol sale on a eremt ot seven monilM; undmser execnUns note with s-iurlty; lien re tained: equity ot redemption cut off. This No vember 10, 1sm. it. jl Hif) i icric nna Master, clanp t Beard, Rollcitors. nat Wormeley & Goodman, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants UTo. OFFICE REMOVED TO 2Q8 Front street, eorner Court. Memphis. LEMMON & GALE, WHOLESALE Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing AINU IxAiJN IS Je UM.MXSH.1MG GOODS, TENNESSEE BLOCK Nos. 326 AND 328 MAIN STREET MEMPHIS. BELIEVING the health of onr city would continue good, and that we would, have a largely increased trade this season, we have made early preparation and have now in store aud en route the lanreMl Work of General Meretiantllwe we have ever pffered to the trade, bought for Cash, and we are aeierminea u oner every lacimy m lermsaua rxicts mat can be nau in other cities. MempTepp.t8eptriuber 1, 1880. LEMMON L GALE. v I.. v a I !i 1:1:. 1.. B. WALKER. CEMENT! LonliTllle, Rosedulo, English and American Portland. LIME! St, Iouta, Alton, Cape and Olenooe. PLASTER! l TOTk CuKaV thorn a Huyimrst yo nnfl u s. 12th st., stxc mi mil ft m m Wholesale Grocers, CottonFactars 9541 and 258 Front Street, Memphis. WEOFFEK TO HEKt'HAXTN OM.T 2QOOCasesAssort8uCANG S Special attention given to Consignments Cotton. rhaiu'Ory Sale of Keal Estate No. lOttl. H. Chancery Court of Shelby county Chaxlet oiiin. guardian, etc ., for Aunu. and Cam i Ida Iore. vs. Anna Foie et al. I)Y virtue oi uu interlocutory decree for sale. J entered In the above cause on the 26th day ol March, is, i, und renewed, etc.. October?, IS,... and amended, etc., Deccmiwr 17, 1H7G, and renewed Oc tober 's2. l,.,,, and May !., l,s, and jovemtier 3, will tell at nunlic auction, to the highest ,in front ! llii't'icrk and Master! nrhce, I. I bidder, i Ooorthooje Bnildii Main street, Memphis, in the laxiuK-invirii t ci ): couniy, ienn., n saiisriitr , DeMinBer I. ihho. within legal hours, the following described prop erty, Mtuated in Shelby county, Tennessee, to-wit: 1 l..1-. Ill l 111 ' 1 1 j If J .nt'llipil, HUH KIKMUl KI11 Ml- si-ribed U.oii Ihe plan of said citv as a part of lot No. 570, and hounded fis follows, to-wit: Benn nim; at a stake on the south side of Madison street US feet l'tj-d inches east of the eastern line of of Fourth street (said Fourth street heing 50 feet wide, and taken off the west part of lot No. W.0) ; running thence eastwardly with the south side of Madion street 88 feet 6 niches to a stake; thence southwardly, at right angles with Madison street, 148 feet 6 inches; thence westwardly parallel with Madison street. 38 feet 6 inches to a stake; thence northwardly with the east line of lot No. Bfi9, 118 feet six inches to the beginning on Mndison street. Terms of 8alc On a credit of seven months pur chaser executing note hearing interest at six per cent. Lien retained, etc. This November 8, 1880. K. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. C. W. Metcftlf, and Jam h gin A Fravser. SVls. TRUSTEE SALES. Trustee's Salt. J. W. ROWLETT & GO. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 355 Front Street. Memphis. Term. MEMPHIS FLORAL COMP'NY Salesroom, 357 Main street, HOUTICULTLHAL GARDENS, End of llcruaudo Stre( Itiiilroml. PLANTS. BULBS. ROSES. SHHLfBBERY CUT FLOWERS ArtUUcnlly aWHgWl Uu Waddlaay, Fn;icrnls, etc. Send for Illnstratc.l Catalogue' 1. A. IiAMB cfc CO., Prop'rai J. II. J!'AVH"f, l.nt or v.. W. ...... r Jk to. J. H. M'DAVITT & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, JO Front Si., bet. AdauiH and Jeflfcraon, MemplilM. Tonn. f IBERAL ADVinrn IAOK ON I'ONNIMKf MK1VTN. WE I1AVK M i I'RKIt Till" mUt BtTvircB f J. M. JAMES wbowlll Blv Ills prnmal atU'iitiou lo the Baadllng h:o1 Kulr iU Cotton, am! V. W. JAIEH. who will uoTole hi uttentlon to tlie Grmvry lh .niiirn'i)i. M nti'los, Si j.t. 4. Isso W. It. fljlalbreath. J. M, FowIfcoN. Unukk ana by virtue of h pertain trust deed tc me executed, of date 2i".th October, 1S76. and recorded in the ltcgisL r's office of Shelby county. ..v. O-JU. 1 will, OU KnlurtlHy, JminRry s. between the hours of 12 o'clock m. and 2 p.m . in imnt of the courthouse building, in the city of Memphis, nellat public outcry, to the highest bid der, for civsl', the following descriled property, sit uated in Saelby county, State of Tennessee, and described as follows: beginning at a point 140 feel from the somhwel coruer Uaines and Fifth streets south on HftU street; thence west parallel with Gaincsslreet to Fourth street 100 feet: thence north with Fourth street to Gaines street 140 feet: thence east with Gaines street to Fiflh street 40 feet: thence south with Fifth atrvct 140 feet to tho points of beginning, in Fort Pickering Equity of redemption waived. W. C. FfU.KES, Trustee, lTU9tee'8 Sale. Bf virtue of a trust deed to me by K. F. Looney Jj mid his wife, L. M. 1-oonei', dated Ausust !0, IST i, aud reiorded tu book iut, page IS, ol the Bcgister'a office J Xhclby county, Teunesoee, for DM i'urii. of securing toN. J. tViggln the pay ment of certain indebtedness therein described, which indebtedness is still unpaid, will, at tho nnli.st ,.f 11. ... ...... n. WALKER'S SONS & CO. Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 276 Front Street, near Cotton Exchange, M empliia. We have lecurcMt the sorvioes of Mr. O. II. JI'DAH, who will give hla&xcluatre attention to the sale of Cutton. LitnTnl K.vanPeftmaiie on Cotton t ',iiim1u tiu-:it BY PERMISSION WE REFER TO Meyer, WetiNi A Co., Kew Orlean: Manhattan Bank, Memphis; B. Loweaatetn A Co.. Meniphls; Ehedmau Broa., Memphis; Rioe, StU b Co., Mvmphia, 1" v, Uv Twouty-ttrfit day or i ii.Im r, A.. SV betwiuu the hour cf 11 o'clock a.m. and I o tiut k l in. ol thai das', at thu front door of the courthouKc if Shelby county, Tennessee, on Main street, iix Memphis, TcmicMie, Bell to tho hiu'lu'-t bidder at public auction, for cash, certain real estate described iu Miid deed u iru-i: a fol lows, to-wit: Belit the vholeot a certain Eleven aud One-half Acre Tavt, initio or lcsa, situated ou Uie north'-a,; UKUfii-W Holly wood aud Carr avo nue hi hdbV couuiy, Tuniieaiaf, and more fully dentHd by deed from N. J. WigKin to Joseph HoAlgUiim, leCQfdod Register's urtice of Shelby county, Tennessee, said deed being tinted January 8, 1872. Equity of redemption barred; title gooff. 1 will sell and convey as trustee. T. J. BARCHVi. Trustee. Medium Clairvoyant MADAME I 'km l.v KK (late Madame Beat) t lu the city fora short time, at M "WlaehcatA Nireet, between Second ana Third. Consult tht iadawu on an j thing (uxtalnln( to lifts. W.B.Galbreath&Co. COTTON FACTORS, No. 11 Union street, : MemDhis M. H. COOVER & CO. MANUFACTURERS 0 Doors, Sash, Blinds & Moldings ALL KINDS OF DOOR AND WINDOW-FRAMES, Brackets and Scroll-work, Soagh nd Dressed Lumber, ShlnRle h, latthft, ettu, Nos. 161, 163 and 165 Washington Sheet, m. u. M EACH AM. K. K. HACHAK. J. II. M.LMEACHAM&GO WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND ftAIT AOXTNTN, Hio, 9 Union street, - - Hemphta. TeaacHrf, i