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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1881.
TRAINS AND MAILS. Arrival mmd Drpartar !" Trmlata. Trains on the Paducnh nd Memphis ratdmon aa follow.: Mull loaves dully at 4 bo p.m. ; frelfrht leaves clnily at 6:50 a.m. Mall arrives dally at 9: a.m. ; ireiKlit arrives daily at 4:10 p.m. Train n the Memphis and Little Roea road move as follows: Msil leaves dally at 4:4.ip.m.; frelnht leaves dally, ex.) -p Isunday, at a.m. Mall ar rive daliv at 10::r n.in. : freight arrives daily, ex cept Sunday, at 2.10 p.m. Train on the Memphis and Charleston road move a follows, city lime: Mail leave daily at 11 :39 iim.' fast mail and express loaves dally at 7:00 a ui. Nail arrives dily at ll:45a.m; fnat mall and express arrives dally at n :a p.m. Homervllle ac commodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4:40 p.m. ; 3o.nerville accommodation arrives daily, ex cept Sunday, at &:0n a.m. Trains on the Louisville and Nashville road move as lollowi: Fast mall amvea daily at ft:J) a.m leaves at 10:.j p.m.; msii leavua dally at 7:36 a ni Brownsville accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4:0.' p.m.; mail arrtvea dally at 4;4-' p.m.; Brownsville accommodation arrive! dai ly, except Sunday, ata:40 a.m. baturdav tue ex press ruusouiy to M'Kcuzle, connecting lor Nash villa. Trains on Die Mississippi and Tennessee road tttov ui follow: Mall IwAVea dally at 1'iTiVI p.m.; Ktrdi ace juiiuodntloii leaves dally, except .Sunday, at 3:4- p.m.: frelirht leaves daily, except Sunday, at 7:10 a.m. Mall arrives daily at 10:10 a.m.: San in acceinmo lation arrives dally, except Sunday, at '.':!.' am; Irelxm arrives dally, except Hiuiiuiy, at -:i. p.m. Arrival nil lrarmrMi of Walla. "bl'KX. "V RAILROADS. " CLOSE. Cin., Louis. A Mem. K.K.,1 local and througli mails.! 4:40 a.m. tin.. Louts, .fc Mem. R.R.J through mai' 10:00 p.m. Chatt. A Mem .R.. local and through ualis '6:00 r.m. 4: IS p.m. 8:16 p.m. SO p.m. 11 :45 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:30 p.m. y M a.m. 20 a.m. Chatt. A Mem R.K., thro'l mans iu:uu p.m. Mem. A Grenaia dr. N. O. K.K 11:S0 a.m. Mem. A L. R. R.R 3:3u p.m. Xivmctou A Mem. R R :3U p.m. -Soinervllle accoinmodat'n. 4:40 p.m. River Olber Hails, I Memphis & Friars Point, 7:00 a.m.i a!ent jllclena A Friars Point, 7:00 a.m.f poetotnee illiJena at Clarendon, rail 7 on a, m road . .. 4:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.f 4:30 p.m.t 4:30 Ji.m.J 9:30 a.m. I ::) a.m. I 4:.T0 p.m. 4:M p.m.! 4:30 p.m.t 4:30 p.m.f, 6:00 a.m 0 (Memphis A Greenville, 7:00 a.m.J! ajrent (Memphis A Vicksburg 10-00 D.m.f' aireut 7:00 a.m.f 't Louis A Memphis, agent 7:ii a.m. iWK-eoia Mempins, agent. 7:00 a.in.iit. Francis river, aeiit.... 7 Ms) a.in.: Arkansas river, agent 7:00 a.uj.lWhltc river, aip-nt Memphis to Holly Springs, 8 :00 p.m.' M i. , stage rwiite Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 1 Daily. Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. Tuesday and Friday. Wednesday and Saturday. " OTuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TRUSTEE SALES. Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust executed to me as trustee, on the 2d of June, 1874, by D K. Pal mer and A. E. Palmer recorded in the Register's office r f Shelby county, Tennessee, in book No. 103, page to seen re the payment of certain notes therein mentioned, and which remain unpaid, I will, at the reiuest of the holder of mid notes, on Monday, I be 7th slay f Marrk, 1VI, between the hours of II o'clock a.m. and 2 o'clock p in , on Die southwest coricrof Main and Madi Km atrM-ts, In the Taxing District, city of Mera- his, selljit pnlilie outcry, to the highest bidder, or caxhihe I'ollowing describe! real estate, stt mited fit Micllty county, Tennessee, a certain tract or parr 1 of luud in civil district No. 2, and iHHiiidcd as follows, tir-nit: On the north by the lands of Janus Paine and Thomas O. Moore: on Ihc east by the lands of Mrs. M. B. Savage ana W. T. Nelson ; on the south by the lands of W. T. Nel son and I). I. Nelson, and on the west by the lands of A. W. Nelson and.hinics I'ainc, supposed to con tain five hundred acres.it leiug the tract noon uhlch i). K. niHl Ann K. Puluicr resides. The siiity of redemption Is waived in the deed of trust. Titlo teiievel to be good, but I w ill sell and con vey only as trustee. R. W. WILLIAMSON, Trusteo. Jamairin Frsvr. At'onieys. HITTERS. Xo Time (should Its Loaf If tlie stomach, liver and low"'" affected, to adopt the sure rente stomach Bit- far more s'-rious, and a delay la fbeiefore hazard ous. Dyspcuiia, liver complaint, chills aud fever, early rheumatic twinges, kidney weakness, bring serious bodily trouble ii trilled with. Lose no time in using this cilectlve, safe aud long known medi cine. For sale by all Tmgirls and Dealers generally. SALE STARE. E. Planters Sale Stables AND MULE YARD, 55 Union afreet, Memphis Tcnn VT. A. FAIRES & CO., PropVs. A Largo and Choice Selection of IIORSra and MWiUS IOXMAXTLY OX II A NO. o Every thing Guaranteed as Represented. KnnrKM ani.iriTFn THREAD. E0U) STALL JOEBZESV 1878 VIMC Production Doubled? 'Again Doubled. SOVPS. Tomato, Mock Ttrtik, Ox ;TaII Jl'LIKNNR, TKA. M.VCA- I wis I. Brf, VermirclM, Sit up mitl Ilouim.l-hU-kfn, Mutton .Broth, (VnBtnime,Okrn, Mul-loipfctAwiioy,GreiiiTurtle,Tr- Huckins' i( ll.Uion, biewod Calvm lioatil. Tomato Niiice. vti In iiuari tsi.ni. rich, ivrfTtly aea ImiiiviI, aiitl rvnire only to be IheaU J Frvparrl by J.'II. W. IU"i:kin. who an for over I. yt'itn chcf-tle-cuisine of the fHiliiifC ho U'I of Hoiiton. Lead SOUPS LOTTEHY. Williard Hotel'Lottery Postponed TO APRIL 7, 1881, For a Full Drawing. rpilK Drawing vi!l take placo at LOl'IsJVII.I.E, L KVuuder aulhoiity of a stiecial act of tlie l.tltiu-k LeguSaiiire, aud wilt le under the ab solute control of di.-iiilcrcatcd commlssloiiera ap pointed by the act. LINT OF PKIZMt The Wtltlniil ll.tel. with all ) 4tOCn Hflfi lururiillureniid liUiires,'JU,UUU One Kcslileiu-e ou tirct-li stievt 15,000 One KestdeiM on Cireen street 15,000 'Iv.ovUuli Pv-es, iNich vWrnsl.. 10.000 Two i'ash P. l.iw, each J 4.000 five fash I'rlies, each il's 5.H10 five fash Prl-s. eachSr-0.1 2,W0 Fiftv fash Prises, each SIW 5.(si One Huudrvd Cash i'tto-s, each H .V Five Hundred Vah I'riiw.each fJO lo.ow) Qtie Set of liar Furniture... 1.000 Que V ine piano - son One Handsome Stiver Tv:i Set loo 4! Boxes Old DoiirlKiu Whisky, tV . 14,400 10 Baskets Champagne. a i ive IfmninHt t'jish Pri-s, each J10 . .0U in) Koies Kine Wjne. J: a....: 12,io t0 Boxes ltobert-v-n ( '.hi n ty W hisky, H0 6,tssi 4.i0 Boxes 1I.iiii f igaK S10 .0"0 Five Hundred fash Piizvs. cai h HQ . 5.000 Whole Ticketa I llalvMt ..... 4larlera R.'niHtanH-s inav las made by llank f heck. Ex press, postal Mouev Order, or lU-Klstcrcd Mall. lUspouslbie agents wanted at all points. For circulars, giving full information and for tickets, address W . ' Is. W II I fH. Wllliarxl llolel. I.sulavllle, Hy. 5r f. 1.. tllllnnle. West fssrl atssyyt. WAXTED. Crqsstios Wanted. Bins wanted for 100.000 Cro&sttc for the New Or leans and Paclnc Railroad, of Oak. Pine or Oyprcss. biMXNsuwia feet long: siuare at both eiuls: 7 luelies Uiick: 9 inch heartlace. Delivered on hank bf Mississippi i.r other navigable rlwi. For further particulars address 1 J. C OATE8 t CO., 216 rront street, Memphis, Tcnn. P P w COEBRATEO - B If T f $ mm,. FINANCE AND TRADE. COTTOX. At the close of our laat review of tlie commer cial week of the cotton market, middling cotton minted It 9-10c In New York and it remained at that figure throughout the week: New Orleans ouoied li;-4c, but fell during the week to llJiC; Liverpool quoted 6 -lfid, ami remained unchanged; Mem phis quoted lie and remained unchanged. This statement shows that throughout the weak, with only one market changing, cotton retained the fig urea of the preceding week. At ihc close the market gcnenillv had fallen Into a drooping condition, and the prospect was not encouraging. For weeks our market baa been sustained principally by export ers, and as Liverpool is losing liminess any decline lucre would anect tne wnoie luarwei uuiavoraidy. I hure is little change in the position, as it has ex isted for the past two weeks, certaiuly nothing has transpired to throw any new element oi encour agement Into the market. The rivers are now all open, and better weather will improve the roads. and we sliall soon see whether the country baa much cotton still lying back wmcn has yet to come into the market. Planting will soon liegin, and this year it will be a matter of great interest to know what acreage la planted; an increase is looked for, and opinion is universal that the acreage of lost spring was under estimated. Receipt iu Memphis during the oflleial week aggregated VUC, bales, against ll.TWi l.nlos the pre vious waeK. ami 14.175 bales the corruspouaiug week last season, and 14..Vo latles in l-ST. The to tal receipts since September 1, ix, were :t-ll.!u bales, aaiust itft.Ofrf) bales at ;he corresponding time last season, an increase of 4-0i bales. At the sai.ie time in 17 the receipts were ii'.rj'.tl bales, and In 1x77. Zll.HT, lien's. Shlpiuenu uuriug the otficlnl week aggregated 27'J,-207 on ie, against 14,'f-' bales the previous week, and 2H;.474 lalcs the corresoudiiiK week la.ft sea son, and it3,'.5 in 17M. The tobil sUK-k on band wits 76,132 bales, against 7A.037 bales last week, and 12u,9C2 bales at this time last year; in 1S7S. j'J,J-Vi. Hales in M-mphis during the official week aggre gate! 12, bales, of which .ex lainers untk lO.V) lles. splniM-rs l .V) bales aim speculators 1 hi, against a total of 10.4S0 bale last week. Middling, Uc. M raipbls Cotton Movement. The following shows the course of tlwa Mem phis market and the price of niiduing cotton from the opening of thetvason: 3 J Is; ?1! E-s: 5l J; 8etrtember S2i; frill 15811 5IHJI 42' 10S5 6-126; 500 '11 S'pt-nlor Ueptember He p. ember October October Octolarr October October . 10 17.. 24.. 1.. 8... 15... 22... 2... 5... 12... 1... 20. 3.. 10... 17... 21... 4, fi07, 6470! 5.ri011 27; 714, 7:7, lliOlll'i lis! 170(1. 107M, '2r,-2fl;ll fi'JSI' 4Wn 14'J-yJl 6750:10 9121 12UI0 1IW2! 9IIW1 17H0:! llVjlO1!!!?,; .(iawtl li'sS 1449.")! lH4!.");lH4UOi10'jk .:21:4 22V1 14S25I 4T!1"kS;1vs 10'J .:22S4S 277rl K144.r.l 54:V.9 2:l0.y) 10 .! 22926 -309 14iVV2 627:a 128-K) 10 .f2292fi 27751-ltl 6-v.lS HWOO 11?-, .ilW'.lj2!H42 I7s7ri &Vu0 7400 11! .l2R27t.2ViM 174! 7:41S 2S2.1 ll'i .wm;-Mxa ma avist ikvmw, . -21Wii1m))7H lm-'ifi MUMTt AUi Novemlier Noveinlier November Novom ber December Iieceviber liiicemlier December December 31 7...... 14. 21...... 2H 4 11 1H 1'UtlllliU llhT1. NA1I.I 14400 i 4977 10iW4 lftTsV) SOM19 847S 11V, January January i-t-ttf i-ili;i.ii 1 1 SOSii 170: UK SS771S727: OKVl 2BM: 9275 January January 70907, 81H6 ll4 72fy'tt; 6200 ll'J 7H20.5: 7;s."i0 lll-, 75067 104.rOill 76KI2 122oOU. rebniary February 11944 'UlrtSl: 6622 117H6 -llisa 14WJ4 9446.1417:",; Rati February February Uth the world's visible supply was 2,.,414 ttalex, against 2.6:16,312 tlie same time last year; an increase of cotton in sight of 204,102 bales over the same time last year, and 300,526 bales at the same time in 1679. The tclej-'rama yoaterday (Mouday) wore not favorable to cotton. New York futures lost 14 points, but the decline evidently aroused the spec ulators, for the sales amounted to 159.000 bales. In Liverpool spots there was also a dot'linu, and Liv erMl is the ruling market just now. In onr own market there was a fair demand, but the influences were unfavorable to holders and concessions to ef fect sales were frequent, though, at theclose, the of ficial quotations of Saturday were retained, There v. ill be no quotations from New York to-inorrow, which Is Washington's birthday, as the cottou ex change will he closed for the usual holiday. The New York llMclin, of Friday, reports : "Contracts have had a less general movement, but the busi neas was fair and the operations concentrated more directly upon March. For tlie inouth nauied there was considerable twistiug and turning and the intentions of operators rattier uncertain, but the offering appeared to be all absorbed, aud after making a loaf of some 6 points, pries reacted to a frsctiou above lust evening. Indeed, while openly the desire to realize seemed strong In a few cases, a uumlierof brokers were quietly but steadily buying, and some liberul Kiirchascs have been made. The other mouths ave undergone about the same fluctuation, tnt the number of contracts handled was smaller. 1 he foreign market was unsettled and on the wh lie leas favorable, which probably assisted the small decline at the opening, but the accounts from the south remain about as before. In a general wav there Is really no new developments of a isjsitive character, and the majority of operators are watch ing carefully for some indication tending to show the plans of certain large operators who arc sup piwed to be shopping the market for some important movement." Yesterday. fminrv as a Good ordinary (9 9 I, middling wii4 Middling ail uood middling (911 Stalna and off colors Good ordinary, 9c; low middling, 9e; middling, ld'.c. Market steady. Bales, 1930 bales, Including 750 S.iturday evening, 1600 to exporters and ,350 to spinners. MEMPHIS COTTON 9TATFMENT. Stock, September 1,1880. Received to-day 1.9-54 Received previously 34:',752 e,3M siftlVoo Shipped to-day Shipped previously 3tock, running account . 1,071 .274,117 UM0 IMPORTS. Thus far this week . 3.7S1 . 2.790 .StVTOO T 199 Thus far last week Siuce September 1st Memphis A Charleston R. R ..... Mississippi and Tennessee K. R.. Louisville ib Nashville Oreat Southern R.R.. Memphis & Little Rock R R Paducah & Memphis R. 8 210 211 SI teamt rs . Wagons and other sources siin l.'s Total........... l,ti54 EXPORT. Thus far this week 2.9S1 Thus far last week 2.0M Since September 1st 275, ls- Mississippi and Tennessee Ixiulsvllle A Nashville Great Southern K. R. sir. 5H Steamers nirth Steamers south . 327 1,071 Total- IB? TKT.EGRAPn.X The following at the latest telegrams of the domestic markets, as reported restcrdav to the cotton exchange: Latest Telegrams ! State of -.. i ! Market- D Pntsy. Middling. Galveston Kary. 8, 9:12) lO.Tlvl, 3,4001 2,999 1,917; 1.762! lo; r.:i:i! 4lVt "I New Orleans......! Quiet. Mobile... I Steady. .-isvaunah Quiet. barleston Quiet. ii 11 u'i 11 9-16 H's Vt ilminton Quiet. Norfolk Quiet Baltimore Quiet. ' New York......... Easy. ) Boston Steadr. Philadelphia Steady, j The following are the New York spot quotations for yesterday: Ordinary, A .V16c; good ordinary. 9 15-16c; low middling, 11c; middling, 11 9-li.c; rood middling, 12 9-16c: middling fair, l:t',i-. At 10:26, quiet; at 12 :'20. easier: at 2:46, easy: at :t:10. easy, hales, 1532 bales; contracts, 400 bales. Slock, 19".,a5K bales. The tone of the future market was as follows: At the opening, steady at dts?line; 11:25. barely sieaiiy; i:.i, easy; i:.mi. sieamer; j:ju,steaov; a:io, barely sb-ady. Males. 159.000 bales. The following shows the closing quotations ef i ii l ii i , i ii i uc . u tt iui uwikci jesieruay Months. Yesterday. Saturday. February n.luil in I ii..son.:i2 March 11.2V,u.26 ll.4O9ll.4i April 11.4(l.4:l ll..',tu 57 Uay 11.vs3t11.a7 Il.7tMll.7l June ll.6Scsll.69 ll.8lAall.Sa July 11.7Tt35ll.7S ll.9O13ll.92 August ll.X2foll.83 11.95all.96- September . ll.:svilll.40 J U..V(u,ll M October 10.9nlo.97 I U.0711.09 Novemlier......... lo.7IHa)10.M lfl.ootjjio 9:1 The New Orleans telegrams "rc'iiorted The market dull and easier at ll'o. Sales. :t2fO bales; re ceipU, 10,76: bales. Stock, 2a5.9n.t hales. The Liverpool telegrams yesterday reported the market easier. Sales. 8000 bales, of which 39S0 were Aintrirao. Kecelpts. ll.HOO bales, of which were American. Middling uplands, 6?-jd; Or leans, 6'yi. The Liverpool market for futures at noon was flat; February and February-March, 6 7-l4 6 1:l-32d: March-April, 6 15-21m6 l-:ijil, Mav-June, 6 17-32d; June-July, 6 7-li'sl; Julv-Au-gust, 6vl: SeptemlH;r-Octoler.64l; October-Noveaiber, 6V,d. At 3:10: May-June, r.'id. At 4:10: April-Ma v. 6 7-10d; JuJy-Angust, 6 lu-32d; August-September, 6ad. At 5:10 r utures closed steady at the day s lowest prices. The movements at the ports were reported as fol lows: This Week. Last ;This w. .Last Yr. Week. Rocetpts for 8 lavs tip's to Great Britain.. Kip's to Continent.... Stock on hand 4I.OS6 11,971 5S.2MI 35,79s-! K.:t27i :.t'44 14.1S7 15,400 8o5,592j 8 15,450; 1.010,748 Total receipu at all Cnlted States ports. 4.417.:l79 bales: same date 1879, 4,146.116; same date 1x7a. :,752.132. Increase of receipts at United States porta tills year, 271,126 bales. Total foreign exports. 2.81.1,646 balea: last year, 2,305.664 bales; year before, 2,415,i540 bales. Total stock at all United States porta, NV..i-i bales; last year. 1,010,748 bales: Year before, 795,586 bales. FIXANCfl. During the past week the financial situ ation reiualned sutiauntlally unchanged. A bet ter sale of cotton enlarged the supplv of exchange, which is now plenty for all wants. There is 110 in crease in applications for money, and tl.e public has more capital at its call than there is a demand for, consequently there is 110 difficulty in getting acceptable paper doneat6 percent. The VewYork BullrtiH, of Friday, reportcl; '.'The runk of Kng land gained aasti.tXiO specie during the week and reduced its posted discount rule to :i l.-r cent, from :f j i;r cent. Tills removes all apprehension for the present oigoltl exports from here." Kxchangc rates at our bank are as fellows: Buying New York and principal eastern points, demaud, par; New Kuglandand other points cr.rrjing 8 days grace, ' ilet-ouut; New Orleans, i discount. Selling eaM crn premium; New Orleans, par. Money is loaned at 6i.l1 per cent. ' Rtll.KOAlw Memphis and Charleston, 41 bid, 4.1 assed . Mississippi and Tenncs-sce, 28. Bonds. Memphis city old bonds, 6 per cent, 20; compromise, 6 percent., 40; coupous on" old bonds, 20: Memphis (las contny, "s, 9.".; Rhelhv county iM. AO. K. K l 6s. 101, 10S askel; Memphis aud Charleston railroad', first mortgage, 7s, pfi; second mortgage, 7s, 1H2; Memphis and Little Rock railroed, Jirst mortgage, 8s, 100 Mlssiaiippl and lenucsee rillriad consols. A. 129: ditto, U, lit; x(issisipt.i Icvt-'e bonds, district No. 1, t-r cent., Iri asked; iltn, coupoiis, IS asked. tiAS Memphis tiaatsimiauy, last sale at 90. sHie. Mliotby county warrants, 93 bid, 98 asket1; MisNisslppt l.vee Uaniilating . percent, scrip. 85 asked ; Mississippi levee district No. 1 scrip, 1.1, acted. MEMPHIS BANK CLEARINGS. Clearings. Balances. February 21 . f l is.MO 17 $ 27,922 67 Sainetime last wk 93.742 42 11 614 92 Same time week before .... J--V UK- 3 2.-.971 SI UKWM-IWJ.' NEW OF.J.KAKB. February 21. -New York aight exchange, tl pur tlOOu premium. SterliGI ex change hankers' bills, 4S2 183. J NEW YORK, February 21. Th money market was easv at 4-a6 per ccut., closing at 6 per cent Prima mercantile paper, 4.5 pr cent, -.inling ahauge banxsra' I'i'.U v.ca., 4j; demand. 486. Oo-.eMimeni bonds were steady fors, but weak and per eeiit. loWer for other issues. Coupons of ifcxl. lOI-'j; new bm. 107 4-16; nV, ll'J's: new 4s, 11;IS: Pacific 6a of 14496, 12.V Sute boo. Is talrlv xuvi; Loustaua coasoln row -1 per cent). Saturday. 8 Vi 911 (911 aud reacted I'i per cent; Louisiana iU consols. 62 ofl'cred; Missouri, 113: St. Joseph, IOTA; Tennessee 6s old, 54: Tennessee 6s, new, -54: Virginia, 6a old, 30: Virginia Ca new, 30; Vir ginia consols, 114; Virginia consols preferred. 114. In the railroad bond market Iron Mountain second preferred incomes advanced to 87 from DS'-i, Manitoba firsts to 111 from 110, and New ork Ele vated firsts to 120 from 119': Inb-rnalional (Ireat Northern second incomes declined to 92 irom VS, Jerscv Central incomes to 105 from 106, Kansas and Texas consols to 107J4 from 108'!S, Texas and Pacific income land grant 7s to 864 from 8!4. and lau-r recovered to 87. Erie second consuls were active and steady at 100. American d-k Improvement 7s wore strong, aud advanced to 133 from 131 Ji The stock market was weak in the early dealings, and prices declined to H per cent., Naahville and Chattanooga and Texas Pacific leading in the downward movement. This was followed by a recovery ol ii to 3 per cent., ill which tlie aliove named shares were most prominent. Before noon, however, Seeulatioti again became weak, and prices took a downward turn, the market continuing feverish and unset tled throughout the afternoon. The lowest prices of the . day were generally current at the second hoard, when the decline from the highest point ranged from V to f5 per cent., the latter 111 Nashville aud Chattamioga, Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans, Union Pacific, coal stock, Texas Pacific, New York Cen tral, Ike Shore and llanuil.nl tand St. Joe, were also orominent in the decline. Toward the close a somewhat firmer tone prevailed and the generallist rullied o'i percent. Oregon Navigation, after the early decline of 2' rose 10 per cent; liuUiaua and Missouri Kiver rose 3 percent, and reacted 1 percent. The trausactious ainrregated 436,0.10 shares, of which there were of Chicago, Columbus and Indiana Centm!2000, Cana da Southern 9000. Central Pacific 1400, Chicago, St. Louis and Now Orleans 1500, Delaware, Lackawan na aud Western 21,000, lielaware and Hudson 8tsto, Denver and KioOraude 4000, Erie 26.0U0. Hannibal atid St. Joe looo, Iron Mountain 7000. Kansas aud Texas 6000, Lake Shore 27,000, Lake Krie and West ern 15,000, Louisville anil Nashville 6uuo, Michigan Central xuoo. Manhattan Elevated 12,000. Metropoli tan Elevated 2000, Northwestern 12.000. Nashville and Chattanooga 70,000, New Jersey Central lx.uoo, Now York Central 12,000. Northern Paciiitt 21,000, Ohio and Mississippi 3000, Ontario and Western Js.ooo, Ohio Central 10.000, Pacific Mail 18,000, Rending 15,000. St. Paul 15,000, St. Paul aud Omaha Suoo. Texas Pacific iiO.OOO, Union Pacific :M,UH), Wabash Pacific 14.000, Western Union uouO, Iul siiina anil Missouri River 3000, Oregon Navi gation 3000. The closing quotations were: Central Pacific bonds, II3T4: Uuion Pacific hrjts. 11-1'.,; Union Pacific land-granta,114); Union Pacific sinking funds, 124; Lehigh and Wilkes barre, 135; St. Paul and Sioux City firsts, no sales; Cblcago, Columbus and Indiana Central firsts, HO1; Chicago, lalumbus and Indiana Central, seconds, no sales; Erie second., itsiA-: Rock Isl and, 135H offered; Panama, 220; Fort Wayne. Hi; Pittsburg, 130; Illinois antral. 132K: Chicago, Burliugbin and Qulncy, 171 ottered ; Chicago aud Alton, 14t; Chicago and 'Alton preferred, 140; New York Central. 117: Harlem, 200; Lake Shore, r.l-S: Canada Southern, bR.'-J: Michigan Central, U6'4; Erie, 48;-B; Erie preterred, M',; North western. 128'h: Nortli western preferred. I:i9l-i: St. Paul, 112?-;; St. Paul preferred. 124; Bl Paul and Omaha, 146; St. Paul and Omaha preferred, 1W!J; Delaware, Lack awanua and Western, 124'''M: Morris and Essex, l-l4: Delaware and Hudson, 110; New Jersey Central, 107; Reading, 70; Ohio aud Mississippi, 4.?';Ohlo and Mississippi preferred, 104S; Chesa peake and Ohio, 124!; Mobile and Ohio, 122',..; Cleveland and Columbus. K'J1 : Chicago, folumbiis and Indiana Central, 125; Ohio Central, V.i; Lake Erie and Western, 56; Ontario and West ern, :i7'-4; Burlington, Odar Rapids and Northern, 70; Alton aud Terre Haute, 47; Alton and Terra Hauto preferred, 12u,: Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific, 48:.-H; Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific preferred. W.' V Han uibal and St. Joseph, S; Hannibal and St. Joseph preferred, 105; Iron Mountain, iivi: St. Louis and San Francisco, 44,'i: St. Louis and San Francisco preferred, 65; St Louis and San Francisco first preferred, 96; Chicago, St Louis and New Orleans, 00; Kansas and Texas. 47; Union Pacific. 120?.,; Central Pacific, 8t4: Northern Pacific, 4n; Northern Pacific preleiTed, 7-T'(,; Louisville and Nash ville, Nashville and Chattanooga, 9i; Louisville Ntw Albany and Chicago, 75; Houston and Texas, 70;-,; Denver and Rio Grande, 10.V' Western Union Telegraph, 116; Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, 46; Pai iric Mail, 59; Adams Express, l:rj; Wells A Fargo's Express. 116; American Express, 69 ottered ; United States Express, 57: Quickilver, 15 orl'ered; Quick silver preferred, 62'; Caribou, 3; Central Ari zona, 5: Home Stake, .".7; Standard, 2Va; Kx celsior, 6; Little Pittsburg, 4;-j: Ontario. 35. OEXEUAjL trade. Yesterday was sunny though cold, th riv ers are open and boats from above are arriving. Mid roads in the i-olintrvare imi.rnvliiff. If the nrea- ent weather last, business will mend, and already L there is more movement along Front street. The p present week, nowever, Is exected to be dull as the country people are awaiting the opportunily of the Mardi lira festival at the opening of next week to visit the city. Corn is in better supply, 5m sacks arrived up to evening, and selling at Me; oats are less plentiful and firmer; bran is scarce with little demand; hay is in only limited supply with a iair inquiry. Cornmeal was stirf iu couse-qneiK-e of advances in the first markets. Flour is In light supply, steady and tinciniugi-d. Potatoes are much inquired about and, Willi line weather, will soon be very active; at present prii-es are linn. Cabbage was plentiful from Louisiana. Apples were firm with a moderate business doing. Eggs at last became regul ir, and were steady at 14c. Poultry has been in light oflcr ing aud prices are firm. Hulk pork ami bacon we quote as before, in lard some chauc will is found. Sugar, tinTee. and groceries generally, ap)ar at former quotations, t attic are firmer, hogs are still lu smaller receipt than demand: sheep are iu quired for. Horses and mules are exciting more attention but we have 110 changes of prices to re port Hides are c lower. Quotations below are lor round lots at the landing and at the railroad depot, and include neither drayage, storage, nor other expenses outside of the bare freight and charges up to the time of ar rival. Jobbing and store aalea are at higher rates, as they include drayage, storage and prout of the dealer. FEED Corn sales of 200 sacks at N4c; 600 at 51 'jil00 at 55c; in store. 58(i60e. Oats sales of 50 sacks at 45c; in store, 48(j50c; rust-proof, 70.ij75c. Bran, Slfjl 05 per cwt. Hay last sale of prairie at S14 SO, of timothy at $21 50; in store, ill 05..1 15 per cwt. FLOUR Flour treble extra. $5; family, 15 509 S 75 choice, 6 ; fancv. Sfi 2.'.i; 50. COR.NMfc.AL At mill, 2 oo2 65; sales "to ar rive" at S2 55; in store, $2 702 75. POTATOE In store. $2 75; peachblows, $2 S5; New York potatoes, i3. VEGETABLE- Onions In store, f.'sJiSSO abar rel. Turnips, $2 50 per barrel. Cabbage Louisi ana , 54 -i0(s.i a crate FRUITS AND BERRIES Apples in store $2 75 ot:t a barrel. Oranges Louisiana, Messina and Palermo, at 52 50vi;;t 50 a Ikx. Lemons, $2 50(13 ier kjx. Cranbvrriet iu barrels, $9, as to quality: half-barrels, 5 Cocoanuts, $3 50i$4 a hundred, liana nas, $1 50(32 50 a buucii. EUiS AND MUTTER Eggs settled and firm at lie. Butter common. 10(315c: medium. IS (20c; choice western, 25f426c; country butter, 12!m320c; oleomargerine. 19(c20c CHEESE Factory at ligilSc per pound; cream, I4(i1.5c: Young America. 1516c. POULTRY Chickens at $2 6001. Ducks, ;t33 125. Geese. $3 75(34. Turkeys, tlOQl::; dressed, I4frf'15c a pound. FRESH MEATS. Beef fore-quarters, sg-lc; hind-quarters, 57e. Hogs, by the carcass, 6c. Iheep,;5($7e. 0 1 STERS per dozen cans, $45. GAME. Venison by the carcass. 6(7c apound: saddles, 10012c. Rabbits, HI 25(31. 5u. Squirrels, ijcrxsi a dozen, vtoails. ;(! 50. MlSfJELLANEOUS. Hominy at $3 75 a bar rel: griu, (3 75 a barrel. Cider Missouri, $8 50O a. barrel. White beans medium, $2 15; navy, $2 25. Dried apples, 4ai$c per pound. Dried peaches, 5e per pound. Apple butter. 7rt7Sc a pound. Mince meat, Sffis'Xc per pound. Kraut. according to sie of barrel, $10 12: f. (36 half-barret Pigs' Feet Barrels. 8; half-barrels, $irl V: kegs, Jl 90(32. Piekh medium barrels, $9 259 50; hall barrels, $.5; small, $11 50: hail barrels, K. GROCERIES. Coll'ee, 12;13VjC for ordinary, 14'4(jl5c for fair, 163170 for choice. Sugar Louisiana oimmi, kettle. 7(3c: vellow clarified, (BiOc: off white, 9c; snow white, 9,i uj'ic: c riic. cut loaf, llc; granulated and powdered, Molasses fair, 42(44oc; prime to choice, 47 (a 49c. Tea imperial, 553$0c Rice Louisiana, 6i3G!c; Carolina, 67c. Salt per car-load, tl 55; from store, $1 60 per barrel: coarse, per sack. SI Sftrai 40; fine, $1 65. BAGGING AND TIES Ragging flax, WftlOV; jute. 1"', to 2 lbs, llfolllVic: mixeil, 10Vllc Ties standard makes, $2 25: pieced aud outaidc brands, $1 75. Twine, 17c per lb. NAILS. At 13 2u rates. UOU PRODUCTS. Bulk meats, packed clear side, 8" ae; clear rib, 8-igC ; shoulders, .V4c. Mess pork, 116. Bacon, packed clear, side, 9!c: clear rib. 9'4c shoulders. O'-c Hams sugar-cured, lO'-stalO'ic. Breakfast bacon. 10'B(91o;4c. Lard tierce. 10; j;: oaiis. 20 lb.. 11": 10 lb.. II7, c; kegs. lie. Jobbing rates, 1($15 per cent above these quotation, which ure foxlaige quantities. LEA 1 HER Oak sole, 37JU0c; hemlock, 27:i0c per lb. : harness, 3i.(al0c; skirting. 38(J 12-; i'reuch calf, $10i60 per dozen; UomeuUC call, J0ol5 per down. HIDES, ETC. Dry aintNo. 1. ir.;c ; No. 2, 13 V ; dry salt, 13c; green,6c;greensalt, 7Vi(i48!ic. heaver, 5(S t(J3 50; bear, $l(gt'.; wolf, 50c,2; coon, 1.:(j70c; otter. $1(7; minks, 15ii.50c; skunks, lrxttGOe; fox, l.K9ti0e; wildcat. 2'k:; osisssunis. 10c; nibi, 10c; sheepskins, 25.:(til 2.5. Tallow. 65c Beeswax, 20c. Hides are weak and drooping. WOOL. Tu bwashed, 353 tOc; unwashed. 22326c; bnrrv. 15(20c BRICKS. Hani. $10 60; soft, $9 a thousand ; fire brick. $:t 50fit4 a hundr-1. '' LIME AND CEHENT. Lime. 85(4'.i0c a barrel; Louisville cement, $1 70(1 75 a barrel: Rosedale cement, $1 90 a barrel; Portland, $5: Pla-iler of Paris, $2 50. MeaipUlH 'stltle Market Messrs, Ffey A Schilling, of the Southern Mock yard, North Second street, report that cattle are less plentiful and firmer, with liuht supply. The prospect continues favorable for steady mar kets, with an upward tendency In prices. Hogs hare again advanced under the lutlueuce of liuht receipts, und are In active douiand. Indications (mint to stronger markets and full prices llii-ough-out the reiualnilcr 01 the season, sheep are still without tuny ollerings, with sharp inquiry .for mutton qualities. First arrivals will bring "ex treme quotations. CATTLE Choice toextra butcher qualities, $4 50 94 75; medium to good butcher qualities, $3 75,'.$ 4 25; common to lair, $2 50(3 50; thin, light aud in ferior, $2132 25. iiutiit-nest butciiors' selections, $5 75i; fnir to good, light and heavy, $5 2o(cji";; ryneb, and common, $4 5cl.i5. SHEEP. "-.vve itttiiiau stales, per owt, gross, fOtdoO; fair tu good, per ewt, gross, $.-.? . 50: common, per head, $2(43; stockcrs, per head, 125S173. The Mora anil .Hale Market. J. A. Forrest A Co., of the City stables, Monroe street, report: MULES No. T drav rr.u'.VJ. ,i w ih'J, $16V200; t-Vi to 16, $nyis:u 15 to l-Vi, S12UM140; 14j4 to 15, Jll)120: 14 to'M' j.SSOejlOO. HORSES tiood saddleaud harness horses, $170(. 2oo; good harness, Sl25(315i'; goo.1 saddle, l:i.vj $16; common saddle aud harness, $H5y$130; r;ujd plugs ,$60Q7i; common plugs, itO'ri'i. IBY TEL EURA PU. 1 NEW Y'ORK, February 21 Flour dull; superfine western Suite, $3 fio-iH. Wheat strong: ungradtHi rsl. $1 I4ti 22. Cntfee quiet; Rio, care.K"!. l.-i l:;1-: job lots, 10lAS14'ac. S'.:gar.iiilet'faut steady: fair to good rcti'.ifng. i'sic. Molnascs d all and uominal. Ulce in f.ilr demand.' Pork dull and noiuinal: old mes, $15 50: new mess quoted at 16 2 16 50. Lrd iuaetive; prime i!au, lO.t.Q 10.47'J-. CINCINNATI, lebruary 2V Flour firm ; family, II 90jt-' 1: fancy, $5 25 J. 75. Wheat easier; No. 2 red, 31 05I Oil. Corn irregular: No. 2 mixcj, 42Qi4.l-:,c. .ais quiet; io. 2 mixed. Sue. Kyo quiet: No. 2, us'..k:. ancy strong; No. 2 fall, $1 03(41 (V.. IV. rk dull aii: nominal, $15 ;sl Lard easier, loc. Hulk moau dull; shoulders. .V: clear rib. 7.75c. Itiicon in good demand; shoulders, tic; clear rib, .vHc; clear, 9c. Whisky quiet, $1 Ol. Butter quiet: choice western resetve, 2325c; choice central Ohio, 20l321c. LOUISVILLE, February 21. Flour steady; ex tra, $3 2A(S.50: extra family, $.1 75(.4 25; higher grades, $-v-5 25; choice fancy, $5 75tr. 2.5. V.'.-.ej., steadv at SI. Corn dull: r.o. 2 wl ..0..441.-. 'So: 2 mixed, 4'c C. 1 . (Uiet mil siflarty! So. 2 white, 37',u: No. inuxed.-S'V. Kye linn; No. 2, 99c. Hay Inactive, ilfsjU. futK twmy, Vh. t'irU-i"-stcam, ooiif in the mauct -,,,, U11 1 c.a 'bl WW W. ... 5 clear rib. 8c ; dear c. Bacon unsettled ami lower : shoulders. 60; clear rib, 8.70c: clear, 9.12'sc. br.gar-turij hams, 10cjlo,c. WhUky steady, i: Ik. ST. LOUI8 Fu'.-uay 21. Vlour treble extra. M 2i',j4 40;" fumily, $4 6.".(st4 80 choice to fancy, N t.'i JO. Wheat unsettled: No. 2 red, $1 Ola 1 no3, cash, $1 0111 Ol'siSl Olfs March, $1 03-i l 0'i April, $1 04-iai tkV,ml 4?i May: No 3 red. 97(".'.8c: No. 4 red', 90c bid. Corn firmer; 38y:!8',c ciLsh. 88',i.i:i.c March, 31." "-: ' " A' April 40'.(94tic May, 4ira(!(4iitvC June ; Oats slow j si1-; cash, 33c bid Marvh aud April, live Urui aud slow; S9c bid. Butter. 20a27c. Eggs quiet 18c Whisky steady, fl;06. Port lower; $15 cash, $15 25(sl.' 85 bid March. Dry suit meat nominal. Bacon low, 5?;, 8.C0&8.84C. Lsrd quiet, 10c bid. CHICAGO, February 21. Flour nominal. Wheat unsettled, but lower; No. 2 red winter, 96(5k98c; No. 2 Chicago spring, 97o974C cash, 97? Man:h, 98'i(98V4c April, $1 00?4 May; rejected, 70575c. Corn uusettled, but generallv lower: 37(t:-l7T(: cash, 37-vc March.J'.c'c April, 41:Ji41: hC May; re jected, aatK.Jic. Oats steady, witn a fair demand ; regular, 29c. fresh, 31c cash, 29!.jc Mjirch, 29 April, St" Bcg:c!5ic May. Rye steady. 89c. Barley easier, $1 02. Pork active, but lower and unsettled; $14 62K cash, $14 02 bid March, $14 mm Sl Ai.ril, S14 95(S(14 97 May. Ijini active, hrm and higher, 10.07C10.i0e cash aud March, W.IV 10.20c April, 10.27;i(i10.:10c May. Bulk meats dull, weak and lower; shoulder.-;, 4.90c : short rib, 7c; short clear, 8.10c. Whisky steady, $1 07. NEW ORLEANS, February 21. Flour scarce and firm, suiierrlne. $3 5O0j3 75: double extra, $4 25(o 4 50; tretde extra. S-t 75f5: higher grades, $5 25 6 25. Corn firmer, tnic Oats firmer, 44($ 15c. Corn meal steady with a fair demand, $1. Hay quiet but steady; prime, $22(i2t: choice, $24i?",'25. Pork scarce and' lirni; old," 515 75; new, $16 50. Lard higher: ti. r -e, "VfraMc; keg, ll,'c. Bulk meats otlit but firm; shoulders, Us-se, 5-' ($5'j(e ; packed, 5-Vsi.-; clear rib, S)-2C; clear sides, rfe. Bacon doll; shoulders, nominal. 6,c:clear rib, scarce, 9c: clear, scarce. 9)e. Sugar-cured hams firmer: canvased. HKtllc. Whiky steady;, western rectified, $1 05 fio. CotiV-e quiet and weak; Rio, cargia-s, ordi nary to good, lOrrtW'ic. Uug;ir in goo.1 demand ; common to good (Amnion, 5""-c; fair to fully fair. "r36'4c: prime to choice, 65 ifgl"c: yellow clarified, lL-'b(Sc. . Molassi scarce and timi; common, 'j:iai-S-, centriiugal. 20(at37c: fair, 33(3:Mc; prime to choice, 360ji4.se; frosted, ir35c; cistern bottoms. 3o6i:itic. Klce steady witli a good de mand ; LouL-iana, ordinary to choice, 4'6c DEY iToOBS. NEW YORK. Febniory'21. The demand at first hands continues modente, and the jobbing tmde is steadily improving. Staple cotton goods are in light demand aud steady. White goods and quilts are fairly active. Prints and lawiis remain quiet, but ginghums are in brisk demand. Woolen goods are iu tight request. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of mnnhood, etc., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary tu South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to tlie Rev. .TottKPH T. IsMAS. Station P.. New York Oily GUIDE TO HEALTH. 'MlfJLlLXDS JSD 0THEF.8 EEEKINGr STRENGTH AND ENERGY, WITHOUT THE USE OF DRUGS. ARE R& Jl"KSTKD TO PFXD FOR THE ELECTRIC REVIEW, AX ILLUSTRATED JOUR NAL. WHICH IS PUBLISHED FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION. rTHEAT r.po.n HF.ALTIT, HYGIENE, luv. Phyi-i. cm.! f'uit;!rt, iiml i- a ctiinl.tt (tticyrlopfcdiit of iuf'tv.tuoTi fr tiivalitla aiul titotte who rturtt-r from Jf rvicin, Kxt-Mi-siine nml Painful IiHeae!. F.very RUtt-fl that iH-nr- iiMu ht-nlth nurl hitman hnppipeftd, rt-ciMVt-o jitleMumn in j.aeti : ftiitt the mntiv qut tioni a-.kftl liy fiitltii(( invalids, who lmvn (i'npriirt-tl )f a piuv, me itiiiwpred, mid valimble itifntmation is To I iiiittrr-i Kft to ntl who ;t re in ntc4 of ntctltrxl Hclvi.i. Tilt j4.rjt0l of Klertric Bvlts reraut Medirin-, and h? hmt'tif.1 mid one quostiotii of vttni ,mirAnce to iiiliii.; litiniAnitf. are duly considt-red and ex plaiut-d. YOUNC MEN Anl fttl.orn wno Buffer frrtm Xervoti tn1 PhTniral IV "tulity, l.n. tf Manly Vijjftr, Preninlntc Kxhn'Htion i.nd tin iiiitiiv KlHmy rouse quencfn ttfTirlT intliwcre tmu, etc., are e.feciull y btueiit?d by cuntiultiug itm conii-nf Th, KI.rrTRIC HF.V1EMT xpfvpo thf nnmitifffttrrl fi mid jTi4i-tid y -I'lakf mid iiirdicat irnpsttr who piotr-u to " praftiiv m"i;ciiiT'," and pnintu out the orjlv snft-T HiuMtlf, t.ad crtcctirtj road to ilealth, Vigor jiiiif Bodny Kik-i'uv. Send your addr.-. on x9tnl card for a copy, and infiTinatinn wuith thousnnd.-i will beaut you. A ldrers, tin ubli!liiM. PULVERMACHER GALVANIC CO., ron. EIGHTH A VINE STREETS. CINCINNATI." 0- C1IAXCERT SAjLES CHANCERY SALE OF KEAIi ESTATE. No. 821, R. Chancery Court of Shelby county J. Ij. 11. Hcshunis vs. F. and Willie Byram. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en tered in the above cause on the Kth davof December, lsnl), and amended Keliruarv 3. 1WI, I will sell at public auction, to tlie lushest bidder, in front of the Clerk nnd Master's otlice. courthouse of biielby county, Memphis, Tennessee, Hi Kntartlny, Nnrrii 5, IHSI. -within lesial hours, the following described prop erty, situated in 8helly county. Tennessee, to-wit: A tract of laud in the first civil district of said county, iu range 5. hciaion 4. of the lltli surveyor's listrkt. contaiuiii so acres, beiujr part of Abner Pillow's ai:res in division of C. Dixuu's 'MX) acres, and bounded as follows: Bcttiiiuiiig at an -lin marked J. 11. on Win. Polk's northeast corner; theme west with his line :"J clnilns to a stake: thence east :!:! links to a bliK-kgum marked W. P. on Charles O.Polk's line; thence north v.itli mid line 20 chains nnd 20 links to a stake 13 links north of a whiteo.-ik marked t'. I', on the north boundary Hue of said 5ti0 acres; thence south with the east boundary liHe 2i chains and 20 links to the beKUininir. Also, one other tract of land situated in district No. 1. containing, by cstimutiou, .Kl ac-res, lie the same more or less, and houiuli-d as follows, to-wit: BeKinnini; at a suike in a lane ou Wm. Griims's north line of lai acres; thence north 45 links to a mulberry tree: thenw north 19 chains and to links to a stake in Mrs. Moore's south line; whence north 203 west 2" links awhiteoak: thence north K'J .11' cast 20 chains and 12 links to a stake with whi'eoak and gum pointers: thence routh 20 chains and in links to a stake with blackoak pointers 20 links north: thence west lu chains and 77 links to the beginning, which two tracts of land lay together nnd w ere ow ned by R J. Bvram at his death, and was sold by onU-r of the court in this cause to C. M. Stewart and F M. Hushes, March, 1S7S. Terms of Sale Cash; equity of redemption barred. This Februsrv 7, ISM. K. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. E. M. Hcam. Kiippiu t Flippiu, Young A Mar tiu and C. L. Vance, Solicitors. CHANCERY SALE REAL ESTATE. No. 72, K. Chancery Court of Shelby county R. C. Jameson vs. I.ucy A. Jameson et al. BYviitueof an interlocutory decree for sale en. tered in tlie above cause on the tith dav of o-tobcr, 1S71, and renewed December 17, lcio, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's oflioe. Court house of bhelby county, Memphis, Tennessee, o sinturdny, March 19. 1SS1. within letral hours, the following dcst-rilied nron- erty. situated in Shelby count v, Tcun., to-wit: The N half (Jil of lot 73, as laid down on the orig inal plan of the city of Memphis, Shelby conntv, Tennessee, bekiuniug at the intersection of the south side of the first alley north of Adams street, known as Bank alley, and Mississippi or Front Row; thence south so - :'-o' cast one hundred and forty-eiirht and one-half tltJS) feet with the south side of said Bank alley to Its Intersection with an other alley, running at right angles therewith, called Front alley: thence with the west side of Front alley south !)' :o west 37 feet IU inches to the dividing line lietween the two halves of said lot 73; thence with said dividing line north 80' 30 west 148' fret to Mississippi or Front Row ; thence with said row north 0. :uf cast 37 feet l$ Inches to the beginning, the entire lot being covered hv a brick building, the front of which is four stories lii.-h aud the rear two (-J) stories high. Terms of Male One-ti.lrd (m cash, X In six and twelve months from date of sale; purchaser reunited to execute notes with approved personal security; lien to be retained till same are paid. This February 14, lw. R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Johnston A Ford, T. B. Edginton, Wm. M. Ran dolph. Solicitors. C'II5i;PA,XE. This WINE is Noted fob its PURITY, FLAVOR TASTE. HADE FROM THE BEST Selected Grapes Its Purity Commends it to the sick and to THE WELL! It Is pneked In esse. 1 dozes Qnurts.nnu 2 dozea pints, and bulil at about Oke UiLr the Cost of other Cha:ta(iNE. Office f u. s. ent. FOR SALE BY B.J.SEMMES&C0 J.I4 .isrJVER, MEMPHIS, TENN. FOIt SALE. Desirable foal Estate for Sale. A T the instance of the heirs, who arc all of e.g.", xtL I will ofl'er at private sale, for the next thirty days, all of the real estate belonging t the late Rev. L. I). Mulllp.s. consisting of improved Mem phis resident property and valuable farming lands in tthtlby county, to-ivit: liis city residence, a two-story framed building. No. 212 Elliott street, and double-tenement adjoining, all of which are occupied bv proMt't paying tcuauls. ITU country homo, of about one tltousand acres, more or less, witlibe'ween four or live hundred acres uicarcu and in cultivatiou, and two utory fk-auic dwuiling. Also, a horse-power r:ia apd pross, in good coiuli tton, being located ou uorlh sido of Wolf river, eleven mi ceut of Memphis, on the Macon road, ar.d tlirce miici south oi iiurtlcli, on L and N. R. R. Also, four oilier farms containing from ninety to one hundred aud lifty acres. The farms mentioned arc all situated in the Seventh Civil District Shelby county. Also, one hundred and fourteen acres lu the Six teenth Civil Distri.-t. directly on south q'.ile ol Wo'.f liver, three miles north of Pic'.ewuy otatlcn,1 on M. and c. R K.,with itl--.i: forty-acre-i cleared: These lands aru u'l I.: a .orf state o cultivftiiOB, and a -''.. an. , It uppla tvitti ua to cuiti iJv t Te tliofc desji ilig to pi.r. liase, patUcnl" Lv aPPl" -in? 'T'U r.a "b.- shown b) J. .t Ll.IN's. Adm'r. J- . .win it t o.'somce. Memphis, Tenn. REAL ESTATE iron saie. BY virtue of the power vested in us by the will, and for the purpose of paying the debts of the estate, w e oiler for sale any of the Real kstate of the late Judge Henry ti. Smith. A list of the property can be seen at our office. No. 4S North Court street, where persons wishing to purchase are requested to call, tlEORUE A. SMITH, F. W. SMITH, Executors ol Henry O. Smith, HEALTH. tip ilhtt'f'Ti - .. p RIVER REPORT RITEBS AXD WEATHEB. The following official table gives particu lars concerning the condition of river and weather at ail important points: Official Signal Bkrticc U. 8. A. Memphis, February 21, 18S1. J Above low water. Changes. Rise Fall inches. Inches. 4 10 .. ' 32 ; . 18 114 i"" ; 'statioks. Keet. Inches. Cairo Cincinnati.... i'v.'uistrt.... Dubuque Helena Keokuk Leavenworth. Little Rock... Louisville Me-ninlii... Nashville 41) 41 14 17 SO Ti V i M Ill 4 tVew Orleans. Pil ittsburg IShrevepbrt. St. Louis Vicksbiirg... tBelow high water of 1K7I. Bench mark, low water 1879. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Time- Bar. Ther. ! Wind. 7:00 a.m. 30.43 :ti j ralni. Clear, 2:1X1 p.m.. :.. 4.1 ! Calm. ( liar. 9:00 p.m. j w.aK 4 I Calm. Iclear. Maximum thermometer, "mi. Hiititnuni thermometer. 3:1 LEY TKLKORAfH. Was Dar'T. V. 8. Arm V, Kion-al Sebvicb, ) Monpav, February Jl, 1831, 10:08 p.m. Place of :Th. Wind. jWeath- Observation. ;lncr-. Dir. I Force. I er. Chattanooga.. Galveston .... Iudianola .... Ioiiisville .... Memphis ,' Nashville.. . New Orleans.. Shreveport... Vicksburg. ... Uttle Rock... 80.27 W. (teutlc. Clear. Clear. Clear. 30.33: 30.33; 30.22.' 30 2X 30.281 30.32; 30.32: 30.:l 30.29- s. 8.K. S "it!" s. r rcsh. .tjentle. jtientle. , 'Calui. Clear. Clear. Fair. Centle. 'Calm. 'Clear. (Clear. 8 E. (rentle. Clear. 8.W. IGcnlle. IClear. NASHVILLE. February 2L River rising, wiU IS feet on the shoals. CINCINNATI, February 21 Noon. RfVer41 feet 2 inches, and rising. Weather fair and warmer. Night River 41 feet 0 laches, aud rising. Weather fair an dpleasant. NEW ORLEANS. February 21. Weather clear and cool: thermometer 58. Arrived: Sam Roberts and barges, Evansviilu. No departures. EVANSVILLE, February 21 Noon. River fall ing, with 38 feet 5 Inches bv the gauge. Weather clear and thawing. Arrived: Charles Morgan, noon. PITTSBURG, February 21 Noon. River 12 feet 6 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy and cold. Night River 11 feet 10 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy and cool. VICKSBCRG, February 21. Weather clear; ther mometer, 54". River risen 9 inches, now standing 37 feet 11 inches on the gauge. Down: Thomas Sher lock, 11 last night; L P. Schenck, 11 a.m. No boats up. 8T. LOUIS, February 21 Noon. River about stationary with some ice running. Weather clear and pleasant. Arrived: James Howard, New Or leans. Departed: Grand Lake and My Choice and barges. New Orleans. LOUISVILLf , February 21 Noon. River fulling, with 17 feet 3 inches In the canal and 15 feet 3 inches in the chute on the falls. Weather clear and chilly. Night River falling, with 10 feet 8 inches in the canal aud 14 feet 8 inches in the chute ou the falls. Weather cloudy and ploasatit. Business good. I'p: James W. fistt, Memphis to Cincinnati. Departed: Grand Lake and tow, New Orleans. CAIRO, February 21 Noon. Weather clearand cold. Arrived: Joe Kinney, St. Louis, 2 a.m.; Thompson Dean.Cincinnati, 9a.ni. ; John ll.Mamle, St. Louis, 10 a.m. ; Golden Crown, New Orleans, 10 a.m.; Golden Rule. Cineirnatl, noon. Deimrtcd: t'ityof Providence, Vicksburg, 9 p.m.: Idlewild, Memphis, 10 p.m.; Golden Crown Cincinnati, 11 p.m. Night River 40 feet 2 inches, and falling. Weather clear; thermometer, fiO". Arrived: Pick Fulton, New Orleans. 3 p.m. : Grand Lake and My choice, Rt. Louis, 4 p.m. Departed: Golden Rule, New Orleans, 3 p.m. ; Dick r ulton, Ohio, 4 pm. MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE. Arrintl. Osceola Belle, Osceola ; J. B. M. Keh lor. 8L Louis; ste. Genevieve, St. Louis; Andy Baum, Cincinnati; New Mary Houston, Cincin nati; Idlewild, Cairo; Paris C. Brown, New Or leans: Salvor No. 2, Nuw Orleans; James Leo, Friars Point; City of Providence, St. Louu; Rene Macready, St. Francis river. Jeiiirturrs. New Mary Houston. New Orleans: J. B. M. Kehlor, New Orleans: Paris C. Hrown, New Orleans; Sle. Genevieve, St. Ixnus; Osceola Ik-llc. Osceola; James Lee, Friars Point; City of Providence, Vicksburg. Hoot 111 Port. Andy Raura, Idlewild, George W. Cheek, Salvor No. 2, and Reue Macready. Boat Due Thtu-n. City of Greenville. BnntflHic t'p. Marlln Speed, Hard Cash, Josie Harry, Grand Tower, John B. Maude, and Joe Kin ney. BOATS LEAVINS THIS DAY. Cincinnati Andy Baum, II. J. Vinton master, 5 p.m. St. Loi is John B. Maude, 11. Brolaski master, 5 p.m. . Vit Ksm Ki Joe Kinney, J. J. Cartwright master, 5 p.m. Akkansas City Idlewild, Mark It. Cheek mas ter, 5 p.m. St. Iahis Grand Tower, George CorvcJ mas ter, 10 a.m. St. Francis River Rene Macrcadv, O. K. Joplin master, 5 p.m. RECEIPTS) YESTERDAY. Paris C Brown 73 hhds sugar, 95 bbls molasses, 1 horse. City of Providence 2 bales cotton, 2 head stock, 110 sacks car corn. J. B. M. Kehlor 1104 bbls Hour, 687 sacks corn, 100 sacks bran, 3TJ pkgs mdse. James Lee fslo bales cotton, 13S bags seed cotton 647 sks cot ton -seed, 75 pkgs sundries. Osceola llclle 188 bales cotton, 3 bags seed cot ton. 879 sks cotton-seed, 19 pkgs mdse. Rene Macrcadv 53 bales cotton. 29 bans seed cotton, fill sacks cotton-seed, 1 iron boiler, 47 pkgs suudrh s. Sie. Gv-nevleve ZIM flrv bbls, 50 wet buK :!6.19 sacks corn, 300 sacks malt, 450 pkgs lard, 42 head hogs, 3 mules, 176 bales hay, 30 bales cottou, 805 pkgs sundries. Andy llaij.ni 1551 bbls Hour, 1892 bbls potatoes, 100 bbls meal. Ki bbls onions. 20 bbls amiles. 014 sacks corn, 71t sacks bran, 70 sacks potatoes. 5'". kegs nails, 40 bales hav, 71 head stock, 2620 pkgs sundries. LOCAL POBT NOTES. Tho bright sunshine brought many loungers to the bluffs yesterday afternoon. Captain Alley 's dredge asd tow boat, the Gopher rapidly approaches completion. Keinemler, the Idlewild will leave for Arkansas City this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The underwriters' boat. Salvor No. 2, has arrived from New Orleans aud will remain here. The Memphis and Arkansas River Packet com pany will build a couple ol boats the coniiL f su m mer. It looked like old times on the landing yesterday piles of freight, lots of draya and crowds of people. Receipts by river since our lastf report : 908 bales oi cotton, 170 bags of seed-cotton ,f'177 sacks of cot-ton-secd. The Joe Kinney is the Vicksburg packet to-day, passing down at noon. Captain Cartwright is 111 command. A bright, breezy day 011 the landing yexterdav greatly facilitated the immense amount of business transacted. The great iron steamer Charles P. Chouteau. Captain Wm. Thorwcigan, is the next regular packet for New Orleans. The New Mary Houston, from Cincinnati, passed down yesterday morning for New Orleans, loaded flat and full of patscngers. Folks in the lowlands will do well to iinmedf ately tlx for the coming of a big water. They'll be all ailoat before tbey know It. rue Andy baum. Captain kl. J. Vinton, arrived early yesterday morning from Cincinnati, loaded Hat and with a fair list of people. The handsome Halliday, Captain Gould Is due down to-morrow, and will leave for New Orleans at 10 o'clock from the Anchor-line wharfhoat. The Ste. Genevieve arrived yesterday evening on her first trip Of tne year from St. l-ouis with 759 pickagcs ut freight, and returned again last uight. The Grand Tower, Captain Corvell, is Die regu lar Anchor line mail packet for St. Louis this looming, leaving the company's whnrfbout at 10 o'clock. The Paris C. Brown, from New Orleans, passed yesterday evening with Jul tons freight for the Ohio. She put oft here 2Wbbii aud Vxieek pas sengers aud a lot sugar and molasses. The Hard Cash, Captain td. C. Postal, will arrive to-day and leaves again to-morrow morning at 5 o'clv.-k ior all poiuuon White river, going through to Jacksouport. Chas. M. Postal u )0 otlice. The J. B. M. Kehlor, more than two months out from St. Louis, came down Muuday loaded as deep as she could-swim. sUie entered protest and eleaued boilers here, and left yesterday lor New Orleans. The M.arliu Sieed, Captain J. J. Darnigh, will be found in port to-djiy, aud leaves again to-morrow eveuiug at 5 o'clock for all points on Arkansas river. Chas. Musselniau and Will Darragh are her clerks. The big John B. Maude, Captain Brolaski, is the afternoon Anchor-line boat for St. Louis, aud will leave the company's wiiarfboat, foot of Union street, at 5 o'clock. Captain Ad Storm will she ail needed details. The Andy Itaum, Captain II. J. Vinton, is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for all iioints on the Ohio river as far as Cincinnati. The Haum will give cheap rates to all points. M. M. iHfem presides iu her ofhee, assisted by Ned Sher man. The Rene Macready, Captain . K. Joplin, the packet at 5 this evening ior all polut-jgu Francis river. She makesconiiectiotat VVitUbunj: with the Marcus Collins and Adnii' lor upper St. Francis river and the suu la'utbi. A- L. Hamlin is lieral leutlveclcrit. Tne river rose live inches yesterday and the gauge at dark "Mowed 30.10 5.2 below high water mark, Ihe point at which all the lower country will be Hooded. The upper Mississippi, Ohio, Cumberland, Tennessee, Arkansas and White rivers are all ris ing, and that a big overflow is at hand is settled. The elegant City of Providence, as br't as a new dollar, and as fast as a ra'lrd train, came down yesterday witli a 'ull reht trip and a cabiu crowded wit'i icoplc. All the old ollicers are "'CA,,;, except the second clerk, and that berth is. , emcietilly tilled by Hilly McMcen, late of y-.o au-chor-line wharfhoat. Alter adding eijhtv tons sundries and fifteen cabin jseigers, she left about 9 o'clock for Vici.burg. ' Returning she will bring in a rovsing trip of Manli-Gras excursionist Thera is a ' little sqiufhlile going 011 as to the right oflioats to go into Mnrk.ti lac. ivtrlng high water several small boats hiv.'J been in the habit of going up to Mario' tut lately a strong boom has been placed across the channel, and tho map. w ho put it there swears he will fire into the rs( lx.at which attempts to pass the obv,;u tion with out his Permission. It was sai on the landing yesterday that the whole busiucss was to make the owner 01 40un ni ks oi cotioii-seed, now readv for shipmeuiat Marion, pay about double what' it is worth to get them to Memphis. l this re the case, it is strange if steamboatn;eu vaunot und a remedy at law. The Idlewild, Major Adams's new purchase for tho mall hue between this jiort and Arkansas Cltv, came in from Cairo yesterday inehargeof captains ( lieek and Cummins, w'howere delegated to go to Cairo and conclude the bargain. She is a good boat, runs like a race-horse, is in excellent condi tion, well equipped, thoroughly furnis'aed and in every respect admirably adapted for the trado ior w hieh she is intended, and worth a", oi tr.e iiO.OOO which was paid for her. She billed, y leave tor Arkansas City this ptuncoii, so as to. rctuvrt iu time to leave .K,n I'nday'on a Alardi-Uru excur tior, tup. Of conrse t atiAi,u (ar'ii ft. check will rotaln command-,' ami Cui.Ut'U A. . Cmnmins will have uharseol t&e otuco. The gentlemen have too high a repMtaliou as ttcamboatmen and business vue-ntoue UsUtlv dispensed with. LceCummina jr., will fcj second in thoclcrical force, Mate Cftfrcy coca out la charge of the forecastle, l sj .otto in the engine-room and Cook IJoyi ana Rtlly Hodge in the pilot-houoe aii aoj 'ttj'nii is caiuniiasioncd as eliie!-s.v.r;v'UJ, A 'better set of officers, and gen iieuien 'more prompt and emcleut iu the discharge ol their duties, do not leave this port. PERHOXAL. Captain John J. Darragh is In tlucinr.aii. Major John D- Adams was expected to arrive from Little Rock by last night's train. Captain James 11. pepper and w ife arc comint up from New Orleans on the Scudder, on their way to Hot Springs. HetiryjChamplin, clerk of the Sherlock last sea son, went down on the Marv Houston yesterday morning to take in the New Orleans Mardi Gras. Miss Lou Whitlow, of Louisville, and sister of Captain Lloyd Whitlow, of the James Lee, was among the round-trip passengers en the Mary Houston. Captain George W. VIckers, formerly in the An chor line bnt for a long time In other employ, has returned to his first love, and Is now in command of the Ste. Genevieve. Captain G. J. Grammar, superintendent of the Cairo and Evansville Packet line, and Captain Ed R. Thomas, well known iu river circle here, came down passengers on the Idlewild from Cairo yes terday. Sid Prophater, in the kindness of his heart, had a snow-pie baked for a friend up town, but the thing melted, and the old gentleman is in a peck of trouble. Never mina, old man; tnewiu lstaaen for the deed. r The Distriet government yesterday re-elected Captain P. Kallaher wharfmaster for the ctiMiicg two years. A lietter selection could not have been made, as Captain K. has rendered most efficient service during the two years just expired, and the community have a surety that his cfl'orts will not be relaxed. We congratulate Captain K. on this recognition of his worth as a capable ollicer. About tlie time the ice embargo was laid on nav igation at St. Louis, the tow-boat Beaver, owned by If use, Loomis A Co., ice men of St. Louis, came down the river, and on account of tlie Ice was un able to get back. Bohlen, 1 1 use A Co., of this citv, a branch of the St. Iiuls house, put George GafT ney In charge of the boat and sent bim to New Or leans, where he hss been ever since, jobbing arounu wiui tne iseavcr. towing Dargcs ana tne like. Last week he left the boat at New Orleans, ami yesterday arrived here, only to fall into the hands of an officer, who, ou tlie strength of a tele gram from St. Louis, charging him with misappro priation of the funds of the boat, immediately took him into custody. Although supposed to have three or lour tnousanu aoiiars, a careiui searcn failed to show no but twenty dollars and a pistol. He is also said tu have run the boat in debt to the extent of fifteen hundred or two thousand dollars, lie expresses his willingness to go to St. Louis and make a full settlement of the affair, an 1 it was un derstood last night that Mr. Graves, of the Mem phis firm, would leave with him ou the 10:50 traiu. PICKED UP AftBIFT. ft is feared that the Buckham, recently sunk at Helena, and which it wasatteniptad to raise, will be a totl loss. SS sk'l'he Cairo IJ 11 tit tin thinks a couple of first-class boats would do well iu the trade between that port and Nashville. Fifteen feet of the bank at Columbus. Kentucky, caved into the Mississippi river Thursday night of last week, leaving a grocery store ou the brink of the stream. The St. Louis elevators are busy loading barges with wheat and corn for foreign shipment by wav of New Orleans. Between 3000 or 4000 bushels will be sent out early this week, aud more will follow. The light-tender Lilv will leave Louisville as soon as the water falls sufficiently forberarew to work. The ice and the floods have swept awar a good many of the light suitions, and the corps will nave tueir nanns lull 01 ousiness lorawnne. The Louisville board of trade, vesterdnv. nassed resolutions unanimously recommending ilon. F3u gene Underwood for the position on the Missis sippi river commission made vacant by the eleva tion of General Harrison, of Indiana, to the United ; Suites senate. The other day while Messrs wm. Hay and Chas. James, coal merchants of Ludlow, Kentucky, were dropping a barge of coal down past Walmer's Landing, it was capsized by the current, which sets in strong at that point. The contents were spilled into the river and the barge speedily sunk. The coal is a total loss, but the barge can probably be saved. TUWBOATs) AND BARE8. The John DIppold and barges, from Cairo, msssd down Sunday for New Orleans. She added here one loaded barge. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN ITEAHEBA. QUEENSTOWN, February 21. Arrived: City of Berlin, New York. PI.YMOITTH, February 31. Arrived: Lesshr. from New York to Hamburg. LIVERPOOL, February- 21. Arrived out: Ohio, Philadelphia; Sardinian, Boston. LONDON. February 21. Arrived out: Greece and Woestland, New York ; Bolivar, Baltimore. NEW ORLEANS. February 21. ArHved: Flachat navre. riVi Vera Cruz: Benin. Demarara. Cleared : General Whitney, New York; Yurac Bat, Liver pool. NEW YORK. February 21. Arrived: Cllv of Berlin. New York: Ville dc Marseilles. Havre: rMtv of Richmond, Liverpool: Leeland, Antwerp, Cel tic ana necia, iverpooi; Maine, Bremen, BOlXEIt-HAKEKS. EOBT. LEWIS. FRED W. THOMAS. LEWIS & THOLIAS, BOHJER MAKERS AMD NT K AM BOAT BLACKSMITH. Blacksmithinzof all Kinds. Conner and Sheet- Iron Workers. Ail work done promptly, dav or night. Terms cash. Shop, Adams Street, near river, Memphis. RKSIDRNCR. Nri. 100 PROMENADE. DISPENSARY. DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, Ao. 17 Jefferson Street. Belweea natin and Front, Memphis. ESTABLISHED IN 186a DR. JOHNSON is acknowledged by all patties In terested as by far the most successful physi cian in the treatment of private or secret diseases. tuica. uiorougn ana permanent curee guarnntoeo iu every case, male or female. Recent cases of Gon orrhea and Syphilis cured in a few days, without me use 01 mercury, cnauge 01 met or ninarancc from business. Secondary Svphllia, the last vestige eradicated without the use 01 mercury. In voluntary loss of semen stopped in a short time. Sufferers from lin potency or loss of seznal powers restored to free vigor lu a few weeks. Victims of self-abase and excessive venery, suff ering from spermatorrhea and loss of physical and mental power, speedily and permanently cured. Particular attention paid to the Diseases of Women, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured by new remedies. Piles and Old Sores cured without the use of caustic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Med icines sent by express to all parts of tbecountry Office hours from 8 a.m to 9 p.m. Sundays from 8 a.m. to 12 m. D. 8. JOHNSON. M.D. I.IVEH PAD. HOLMAN'S PAD CURES iv SIMPLY without by Medicine. Ahunrntlnn TRADE HAKK. j The 0 LY TRUE MALARIAL ANTIDOTE Dr. Holman's Pad is no guess-work remedy no feeble imitative experiment no purloined hodge podge of some other Inventor's ideas; it is the original and only gennine cnratlye Pad, the only remedy that has an honestly-acquired right to use the title-word Pad " in connection with a treatment for chronic diseases of the Sto m och. Liver and Spleen. the addition of vegetable ingredients of newly-discovered remedial value and absorptive adaptabil ity. Dr. Holman has greatly increased the scope of the Pad's usefulness and appreciably augmented its active curative power. This great improvement gives Hoi.man's Pad (with its Adjuvant) complete and unfailing con trol over the most persistent and unyielding forms of Chronic IslMeaHe of the Ntemarh and I.lver.aswell as Malarial Blood-polnonlnK. Holman's Pads have cured, and are daily curing, diseases of so many kinds, that the list is well-nigh interminable. It includes Malarial Peisoa ol every type, from Aching Bones and Low Fevers to Chilis and Dumb Ague: Nlomaeh stlweasew, such as Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Chronic Diarrhea. Flatulency, Heartburn, etc, etc. I.I ver DiHordvra, like Biliousness, Bilious-colic, Dangerous Fevers, Sick-Headache, Pains in the Side, Bilious Fevers, Torpid Liver, etc., etc. Well does this mighty remedy Justify the eminent Prof. Loomis '3 high eHconiium: " It is nearer a Univer sal Panacea than anything in Medicine 1" The success of Holman's Pads has inspired imi tators who oner Pads similar in form and odor to the Kfsuinf Ilolman Pail. Beivsre of these bojruM aud Imitation Pads-, gotten np only to aell on the reputation of the JI'..M INK Holinan Pad. Kncli genuine ilolman Pad bears the Pri vate Revenue Htamp of the Holm At 4-ad company, witn tne aoova Traae-MarK, pnutea In green, any- For sale by all first-clais druggists, or sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt oi !. HOItaiAN PAD CO., P.O. Box 2112. S3 Willi. - New York. LEGAL. Creditors' Notice. o. 3i,v 111 tne tjnancery t-ourt 01 Shelby county, Tenn. J. T. Fargason, Adm'r oj Martha M. Wil son, dec d, vs. Missouri VtilFcui et at In this cause an order oi amso-ciica luvinff l.ii made to the Clerk and Masut dinv-tiTxr i.tm tn bear proof and rvjort the debts and assets of the estate of Martlet jj. Wilson., deceased, on a day to ue nice, ay nun, ana navmg act apart Thursday, March .1, 1 vl. as a suitable oav for mat nitrnnse: Itbj now ordered, Taat all persons claiming to be creditors of savA estate make their appearance nereiii, uric-; 1110 undersigned, on Thursday, March Z. 11. aud exhibit aud rjrovo their de- mads or the same will be forever barred; and mai a copy ot mis order be published once a week, for, four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. ThLs Jauuarv 31, lxxi. A cO attest: R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Aty E. B. Mclienry, Deputy Clerk and Master. Taylor A Carroll. Sols, for'compln't. tue Administrator's Notice to Creditors. rpu undersigned having qualified in the Probate -A- vouri 01 ftneioy countv, icnu., as aaminis- trator of the estate of J. P. Nelms, deceased, no tice is hereby given to all persons liavingclaims against said estate to present them to him, within the time allowed by law, or they will be forever barred. C. P. HUNT, tue Adm'r of J. P. Nclms. deceased. Non-Resident Notice. No. 3(9fi In the Chancery Court of Sheia county, Tenn Sledge, McKay ,t Co. vs. Jtopklus toudeu. It appearing from affidavit in Ibis cause that the defendant, Hopkins Louden, is a non-resident of the State of Tennessee; that he L Indebted to tho complainants in the sum of $1082 53, evidenced and die by epcu account, and attachment having bet n isiil and returned levied on the property ol )akd Hopkins Louden: it is therefore ordered. That he make hts ap pearance herein, at the courthouse of Sbelby coun ty, In Memphis, Tenn., on or behavthe first Mon day iu April, IukI, and plead, auswer or demur to complainants' bill.ortltc sue will be taken forcon fessed as to him aud for bearing exparte; and. that a copy oi this order be pnblli-hed once a weofc, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Ar.jieal. Xhs Jauuary si, 181. copy attest : K. J. BLACK. Clerk and Master. By E. B. MTIenrv. 1). C. and M. tue Office of Public Administrator-Shelby County Courthouse, Jauuary '22, lbM. THE undersigned having been appointed admin istrator ui the estate of John Dillon, deceased, notice i. hereby given le, all persons Indebted to said estate to come forward and settle: and to those to whom said estate Is Indebted, to file their claims with me, duly probated, within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be! forever barred, tuel JOHN LOAGUE. Public Adm'r. Masks, aud Costumes! MAY, LOEWENSTINE & CO., No. 269 aula street Memphis. Iropic-Fruit Laxative s the Best and Most Agreeable Preparation in tne World for Constipation, Biliousness, Headache, Indigestion, Hemorrhoids, Torpid 'Liver, Indisposition, and all complaints arising from an obstructed state of the system. One Lozenge is the usual dose for male adults; one- half to three-fourths of one for ladies and children. rrrrd fruiti isatss' . m m 1 si m LAXA .VJv v . r n-oniT p 1 1 TMOFMV-FM VMTM.AXA. TI l'erves Ihe jn rxieae ofpUtm mnd Ihe tmunltp-rpntlvrm ( of ererv name inf iMifm-t;, oust lereeVem Me mass objeeflona remmoM Mm, Sold by Druggists everywhere. Packed in bronzed tin boxes only. Price, 25 cents. Large boxes, 60 certs. Each box bears the private government stamp, tnic-mark, and antograph signature of Ike '' proprietor. W. A. GAGE fe BRO. COTTON aOOFBOXTST., - - BIIilLARB COTTON And General Commission Merchants, N0S. 302 AND 301 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. J. T. FARGASON & GO. Wholesale OROCJSRM 369 Front street, Memphis, Tennetwee, ad Cotton Factors ami Commission Mereliants, 190 Gravier street, New Orleans, La. Cottoa onais7siel to n at Hrmphls or New Orlenna will have prompt awl cardial attention. We constantly carry a laree and carefully selected stock Staple ana Fancy Groceries, Wine. I.lntinr. Tnhuwi.nfl Ciimra .t VKUPIT1M and .-111 wll Innr as tha IhwimI Wa narrv nn atsu.h .t Ka. Orfears. bnt for parties who desire it. will make nnmhases In that market. A. C. TREADWELL. A. B. TKEADWELL. S. S. TREADWELL. iC.Mi.TmilwellMo, WHOLESALE GROCERS -AND No. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. CHICKASAW Jno. E. Randle & No. 93 Second Street, Opposite rOTTOX-PRESSES, dlX-OEARIXG, Shafting and Pnlleya, all kinds Iron and Brasn Canting, and Everything In I.lnc o roCHDST snd HACHUItSHOP WORK. i Thinking the public for past liberal patronage, we respectfully ask for a continuance of the same. JNO. E. RANDLE A CO. Referring to above, and thanking my friends for past favors. X can cheerfully recommend th new firm to their favorsMe fomriiVratlon A. S. I.IVERMO-RE HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors & Wholesale Grocers, 296-298 Front St., Jlemplils, Tenn. HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, Commission Merch'ts Cor. Tltiril and Isocust streets, St. I.ouIs. m so ti Importer ana dealer in uns, utiles, Pistols Am munition, Fishing Tarkle, Powder and Shot, Ho.200 Malnslml, Meaiphls, Tsnnrssse. Manufacturing and Repairing of Guns a Specialty. The trade supplied at the lowest market rates. A. M. BOYD fc SONS COTTON FACTORS, 264 FRONT ST., COR. COURT, MEMPHIS. TOYS,TOYS,TOYS! CANDY,FIREWORKS,CIGARS AT THE WHOLESALE CAXDY HOUSE OF 37 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS. re-lc-lla;wi unci Fgrtlew t5ln'OT:l,l-"' FRANK SCMUMAiV Wholesale &. Retail Guns, 111 Beale street, Ilepalriras Done A. VACCAEO. B. VACCAEO. A. VACOARO & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, JAMES TOSGE. F. II. J. W.Caldwell & SLCCESSOia TO WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Mercnants S3Q Front street, 8 em phis, Toimesseo. M . davln. John S. Rolllian. Wholesale Orocern, Cotton factors, And Commission Merchants. 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Between Adamn and JefQpMen. Onr 1 N. RATNEY devcw hli whole time to the Weighing and Sals of all Cotton intrusted to OUT charge. We have our own Cottou Warehouse, corner Washington and Second utrcvu. Thousands are using it with the best ' results, and esteem" ir litcriiKr a caf LP .V mm nle.asn.nt anrl pffprt. r tropica! sod piaats. ive remedy. FACTORS, - MlIPHIS, TEXX. & COFFIW FACTORS & COTTON FACTORS IROM WORKS! Co., Proprietors, Market Square, Memphis, Tenn. l ic3L. FISHING TACKLE N H Vv arraatod A. B. VACCAEO. WIIITK. J. W. CAllWIUia F. M. WHITE A CO.l Thos. Clark. M. J. rinrk. t Y'WJ'C'--rgT ami . 9 - ;? "tsfcflsM. o:a r i L -TTlrr.i nines, ncvuivers v Q Memphis, Tenn. 4 as JfEMCIXAI, GOOD NEWS is srx Hociwi ANEW PIPfOVERf IN T1IK VKGETABI.E line, a inedititie that cannot be fnuiid in any dm store in the United States or lloiniiiiou of Canada at present, until the dnnrfists call for it; and all drueitisls tha ord-r my inedifines, I will advertise tbelr names and places of business in tlie same column with my advrir;iw.-?- n the fuper. No druggist has tliiKtittUuf n. t. .. nc unless yon see his name and placed btnet in my advertising- column. The medicine is produced from a vepetahlc In Spain ajd Portugal, called Retlina de salularia. an almost miraculous herb for the cure of all Chroule Diseases, etc., viz : Female WeakneK. Djapepain In it wont farm. Sore Ey. Kerorola, Nypb llln. Chills and Ferer, CJravc-l. Billona. neas. Dersusemrnt of tti Bowelit and all diaeaaea arlhlUK Iroin the imparity of tha blood. v All persons aSlictcd with any of those diseases are referred to the above, and if. after three or four hours time after taking the medicine, yon do not find it improving-your health, I will refund double the amount you have paid ftr liottle of Ihe med icine; ami my aircutsalo will le iiiHrm-ud to re fund tlie moncv. unividcd von lisvc it itroMouucpd ry a pbyUcisn tliat von did ant receive any lieiu-tit oy ii. Aim t win hiso say uns luut-u, tnat i do not core by what doctor you have been tr to4 and firunoiinced iiiciirable. I) not be iliix mrnired, tit come and sec me. To all physicUns who have cases of this description under Uit-lr care, I sliotild be pleased if they would give U a trial. Give my medicine a fair trial aud I m ill guaraiitca a ure cure, if taken actordiiig todlrectious. Uedicinm sent by express ('. O. D. Call on or address I. ItEVA, IMS Main strort, nrmpkls.Trun. A POSITIVE CORE Without medicine, ALLAN'S fiOLTTBLE MKDI. GATED BODOIE8. Fulcutcd Oct. 1C, 1K70. One box No. 1 will cure any case in four days Or less. No. 2 will cure the most obstinate case, no matter of how long standing. ' No nauswns doses of cubebs, copaiba, or oil of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyi-pcpsia. by destroying thecoatluirs of the stomach. Pries, 1 50. BOLD- BV ALL DKUG0IST8, or mailed on receipt of the price. For further particulars send for circular. P. O. box 1.133. J. C. ALLAN CO., 83 John street. New York. rwiiiM "WQ r.MJ.vti AND SPERMATORRKIA. A vtltnbto IMcoywy and lSew I Sparta re In Md Ifmi Sciacws-ita en tire If KeWsVnd pouc-ivily elfeotira lienidj for tha speedy and peruiaoeoC Our of Bemi Dal Em Las i on and Ijh potency by the only truo way, viz; Direct Application tot tie principal Snat of the Dlseaiie, metlug by Abeorptlon, and eiertlnic lt Bpecitio indiience on the Seminal Van idea, jao uiatory Ducta, Proetate Oland. and Urethra. TtIw use of the Kmt4y ia attended with no pain or looon vunienco, and dOa not in'4rfre with the ordinary pursuit of life; It ! quickly diaaolved and toon ab aorbed, jtmdaclag ma Immediate ootbin and rtMtur atlve encrt opoa tlie aaxual ud nervona orKaniza. Uocs wrecked Irom uelf-abuse and ecoans, aU)pf4mr the drain from the ays t em, rentorinu the mind to health and Bound memory, removing; the Dimness of B'g-ht, Nervous Debility, Con run! on of Ideas, Avemion to Society, etc., etc., and the appearance of premature old are nnally accompany iag this trouble, and reatorlnir perfect Sexual Viuor, whers tt baa been dormant for Tear. This modeof treat-, me ut baa stood the tet la very seven canes, and Is now a pronounced sncoeea. Drugs are too much pre cribea la tbeee tmubles, and, aa many can bear wit ness to, with bitt little if any permanent snod. There Is no Nonsense about this Proparatlot. Practical ob servation enables us to poaitivuly guarnntee that It will iflve satisfaction. During the eibt ura tbat It has bean In general nee, we have thousand of tentl monials as to Its value, and it Is now conceded by tlx Medical i'rofessloa to be the Luoal rational moanii yet disoovered of reavhinx and cminfr this very prevalent trouble, that Is well known to be tbo rane of untold misery to so many, and upon whom quacks prey wit h their useless nostrums and big teem. The Rea-iedy is put up In neat boxes, of throe rfrna. No. l.tenouKb. to last a month,) 3 ; No. fl, 'sufficient to eflect a per manent cure, unless ia severe caass.) Sb; No. 3. (Lastlna; over three months, will to ?mUilons sad reotore vhror tn the worst """" ' t bv mail, sealed, in plain wrappers. Ttitl OTrllaoTIONS for U&inor wm accompany ijua. HARRIS REMEDY CO. MPC CHEMISTS. Market and 8th SU. St. LOUIS, Mo.. DR. WEITTIEB 61 7 St. Charles Street, St. louis, Mo. A refralar aradasta of two Mdicnl (VU, hi hea lniitrar locaUd tban any other Physician in bi. Lonls, as cltv papers show, and all old rMidnat (laow. Bypclila, Gonorrhoea, Qloet, SviviAw, vxv-'U'", . B.uptur, all Urinary Dl&aefi and 8y-phintic or lC.3rcuTialAffi?c tlona of Throat, Skin or Bones cared t 'felj. Prlvtlr. Spermatorrhea. Sexual Debility and Impotence, as the result of bell-A buss tn routn,ss.-ia) zoefuinfe (n maturer 7nars.or over brmyt, imosjv ut jervoutnM, seminal emimtions, dnhltt" A' - -tQht, dHfK.tiv memory, pbv-i - .-i'cn 1 T- to. tyof females, oonfafitoa of ideas. Iocs Ctu3T al po-tr, or nluht locn, rendering marrlatfo imprvDe- naanent lycared. Consultation fit omoe 1. uycuiMl l,1, iUid. l'lunpblet one Btamp. Wdiolns leut oycu.il CT pres. ('ores yuariintHd. Where doubt extetn it Is f riuiklr pf fltd. markiaoie: i pfefPs.. FINF I .P I B w PLATES.. . i U U I U C ! vver nrty wonderful pen plctnitts, truetoalni on ha following abject: Who may murrj.who out.wh Mnn- nooa, v omHODooa, iriysirai aecy. no tuouia murry 11 ow life and haiiblntrfui m.'iT ba incraaiuMl : Ktfw.tsi nf cmK Ibary and icwi, nod miiny moru. Tlioe married or contemplating mnrriatm should rand it then knep under lock and koy. 25 0tS- by mull in money or itostaue. Dr. Whlttler.fTi? St. Qbnrl wf .. sr. Lotiia In. - CDCC PRESCRIPTION Sffl J mm Weiikness, Lout Mu&hood. Nerrousnesai, mhibb Ooofnnion of Ideaa. Aversion to HM;i,ty Dtifective Memory and Dimrdem brouuht on by becret Habits and KzcessiA. Any tiruarint has the LnKredients St. Louis Ciini.t Ire In!fe,fl' Ht.t 'hnrlfs, St. jAyxiit, Mo. Dr. JACQUES 705 Chesnut St, St. Louis, Mo. old offine,oon tinaes to cure SiMinuatoiThcBa. Seminal Weaknew, Tm potency, nil forms of Syphilla. Oonorrhasa, Qleet, Urinary or Bladder diseases, lieosnt casfis cured ia s few days. All the diMuuie resnltinu iron eelf-sbuHe, excesses or exposure radically oured for life v-lii. sufo medicifia, Afirioe free. Cbarues low. Call or write In strict confluence, eymrtom Book fortwostnmes. MARRIAGE C U I D A nw snd comp1t fll'IDK TO WFDI4M K. nooa, sciticiioa tn wilt, .tutnrci oi ircm- r. CasMa.au. C- tVaUM. C asaaian. C-anHa4. Lm l CmM I.H1 K.is.tM. Bihj Lif 'wsM, L..clH.iiiia Utvaw rhHaHa'tJ Wm.. I wtflW ik.,r iuMia4 . It la ftlM r nttikf (ru. intpu ia ale a Private Sledical Adviser no ! re- Miuai neC4titJi, and on irli iLu--th V-r . ... asl aaaa.M sUT.a. mppm vr mmrnt. aiaa aaat ai a;.aM. naWfM. A 14 tmt artraw aa a4mii . wii-i. 0al r a4uh I MINI, a. iMIM mi tvbjaa c.iaaa iut iU.1 mt an-r,. h Ma.' 4 Wiarh immhmmMi bast. Mat kaa (sW r " 1" i'1 Htiwu (D.. Butw ivafMsi al. y auffWiM rM PPTrSI (.ant4 Mm (Mr M.tiV sal .44 rM. ssl aanraa ikM Uu iW nil laaia taaaatk m l tkawl UaiU. 1 MANHOOD 11EST011EI). A vletlm of early imprudence, raustng nrrvous debility, premature decay, etc., hsvini; trfei iu vain every known r xnedy,' has dfseuvered a simple means of self-cure, whirh be will semi free to his fellow-suB'erers. AddiesB J. II. KKEVIX, 48 Chatham sin-ret, tt. Y. TESTIMONY OK DRUGGISTS. We have been selling Swift's Sjiihlllilic Sjieciflc for years, and re gard it superior to anything known to science for the diseases for which it is recommended. We hav never known of a single failure. 8. J. Cassels, Thomasville. tia.; L. F. Greer A Co. Forsyth, (4a.; Hunt, Kankin A Lamar, Atlanta Ga. ; Pemliertnn, Kamuels A Reynolds, Atlanta Ga. ; pacicl A Moish, Atlanta, Ga. Atlantv, Ga., July 4, 1874. We have nsed Swift's Kyphillitic Hpeclflc In tha treatment of convicts for the last year, and believe it Is tlie ONLY CKRTAIN RKMKDY that Will etlect 1 permanent CVftE fortliseases for whlvh vou reconx mend it. ft RANT, ALEXANDER A CO. 11000 REWARD will be iid to any chemist whi will find, on analysis of 100 bottles of 8. 8. 8., one particle of mercury. Iodide potassium, or any mii eral substance. Prepared only by the 8WIFT RPECITIC CO., At lanta Ga. Bold by 8. MANSFIKI.n A CO. DR. BUTTS' IHS iUUlthedl8i7 tt 12 N. 8th CtrKt, &T. LCUI MO. THE PhyilcUM In chrr of tli oU and wMI knnwa ImT. tutton arc rrguUr jraJuntet in wrdiciiic and '.TKtTf. i?mrw mt EiBfrlnHv in Ihe I real me nl nf thruale l)iasa U4.V9 tnado their ill atul ability ao much aurlur lu tlat ol Ui erdi'iarf fractiUoner. Iba llrf Hav i;4mrd natrntal raUo Uirouth tbir ti eatiiif nt nf romulir ttti cara. IN DISCRETION. r EX POSURU,- Hwladtr a M) piiills biMurrlica, lilw L, SlrirUirts OrchlUat, all t'rlaarj TrtMblr. a;J HjphlllU or (-rrHrtaJ atf0Cna of itm throat, kla or boara, trcalrd with aucreta, uo acUhtlftc pri cipl-, without ttiinx Mrrcurjr or other Fuiaonoua MoriKiD. VOItNR MFN d lhnar aiiditle axe who are ana tUWmai. ferii'g from ibe effetw of Hpermatnt rtiea or HvohmmI rrkna, tlie reaull of wlfabuae lo rout is r eiceaa In matured veara, are pnitanently curr. Thw rfla. mm pmducM aome of the following cflrcta emiwioo, Mutthea. iineaa, nervouaiien, dioinr of aiKfit, couxh, InrlifMtioe nnatipattoB. dctpouJencjr. coofmtnn of idrja, avarMon to ao Hflf, delertWa memnry, aexual rinulton, impotMCf r law aWoianW virnr, trhirb WTfiti Ida ktim fi-r buairH)uoTinaTijca PATIENTS TREATED pcrK'iil (unaiiliaii-iii tt tn irnrd, witi.ii ia FBLB and tovft d. Liat of queatiotta to be anawerrd bv paliruU deairiii (TUU tnent nailed frw to any adJreta on api'lic.li'Hi, CPoraoaa Mffrrina- frwM Kuttor khouU asrad tliHr fMpn,V ud lni MMPthln U thrlr adanlar,a. It ta not a Irwa. nmunicaloni itnctlr cnohileiitlal, aitd abnutJ br add IB. BCTTI4, t (Wit" Hta Nt.. U Lul. "lo. f AniCQ1" fe iroublrd wtik eacorrfwrt loMVIICaO (FIh Sua or White.) ahnqM ,.nr " Frtif. llHrrlo'pBMphltHtllloiiratea b Flateajgivlusdracfipitauor tua htmviiy, attJ fthowuiK iU .ip plkatioa. The pamphlet ia valnaLle to anr U lf tn d S tat hralth, bcia( a tlnriurlT prsrtieal treat on fl.it di.r.ML HA8RH CMCDf C0W IT. 10UIS, WO. PRESCRIPTION FREE Tvr .tht pP'ly Car of Xi-rvmi. VIVuLnvawn, l.on Itaalttr. I'rfnmlure ItVtHlitj, iNir.ou.nfA, rpdr.er, ('onfualon F Iilcaia. pt'fifll Mrut. T dioi-dfm brouatht on by avrr-wurL nn. Kifc. tXnjr druamrUt haui thf Inui-sMllt ni jw-rt IBM W-l HWth i... ' IMPORTER AXD DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, AND CIGARS?, No. 14 Union St, Memphis, Tenn, W.m TrtdoMark ZP pnn or aroifa mttrrt jiii f-asipnv IftmaltHtta AnatoiHicti i lluutrtiotm m irtMt TcwfrfMttiw. ac tr-tfff ronriMre D the smomC wJcefrfiral that they rmn fx- R refoi-f fo prrfrt ntanhooa.and If- frrf or thti Ikm of iif, mm me um if f Mrff afMfea. ikiJ O.VJL1 fcsr ass3 John illy.