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THE MEMPHIS OD-ALILY APIEX&3A:T.lTEDAY,i DECEMBER
oo 1SS8. RAILWAY RECORD. ARIVAUAMi3Dfc.TUHEOFTRAlNa fhPMprakf, Olil and IHouth western Trains move as follow.: No. 2 (expreaa daily) leaves il .:: a.m.; No. 8 (mail daily) at 8 a.m. ; No. 6 (Covington accommodation daily ex cel Sunday) at 5 p.m. No. 1 lexpret daily) r rives at 3 m.; o. 7 arrive at 2:0) p.m.: No. 6 tCovm-rton accommodation daily except iSun dav at H:l a.tn. M oiupliiw and l.flfle Rofk-Trains move toiiuwa (-entri standard time) : No. 1 leave daily atd:4 p.m.; arrives ot 11 p.m.; No. 3 leave at ft a. w ; arrives at 7;tS a.m.; No, 5 Ureiiiht) lenve llopefieid daily, cxcei Sunday, at 6:3!. a.m. ; arrives at oVJii p.m. ; No. 7 (through freirht) leaven llopetirld daily, except Sunday, at h: p.tn. ; arrives at i:l,r a.m. ItoniMvlla Rutl AaMlivlIle Trains move as follows; Faat mail arrives d;iily at 4:4f a.ia.; leuves at 11 ::i5 p.m.; mail I eaves daily at H:li) a.m. Brownsville accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4 p.m.: mail arrives daily at 4:st) p.m. Urown-ville accommodation arrive" daily, except Sunday, at 8:10 a.m. (standard timet. Memphis and C'liarlewlan Trains move as follows : Througti express leaves daily at ll:r)op.m. Mat I and express leaves daily at 7:4 a.m. iSoinervilie acemiimodation leaves daily, except Sunday, at 4:.H) p.m. Through expreaa arrives daily at lt:'V a.m. Mail and express arrives daily at 9:40 p.m. Somervilie accommo dation arrives daily, except Sundny. at H'-Sj&.w. HiM.ltpnt emJ Tennessee Trains move as follows : Sow rlcans mail loaves daily at 5: 45 p.m.; ftardia accommodation leaves daily, except Sunday, nt 1 :;W pm,; freight It- n at daily, ex oept Sunday, at : li a.m. New Orleans mail ar ives daily at a.m.; Sardia accommodation arrives dnily, exr-?t tSundriy, at 9 a.m,; freight arrives daily, except Sunday, at 3:l'Jp.ui. ire:bt rains earry paaaenfrani. 14mmumi 4 i I , Srinafiell anrl Memphf . Pas.tcnjrer trains leave M. and T. depot at V :) a.m.: arrives at 5 p.m. daily. Through freight leaves Wet Memphis at II a.m.; arrives at 2:40 p.ui. Way freight leaves Weft Memphis at 4 a.-n.; arrives at 8 p.m. JTreiicht and ticket office, Wo. 31 Madifon street. Little Uo K fwrfi.TImryilay: "(.'has. atraki r. Si. Loui. Iron Mountain itnd South ern railway. The plnintitf ued fir fl"-'tdaiiiugcs for beiug out on" of tin? train ; the jury, on trial, n-weoed the damage ut $'). I'cieiidaut fiied mo tion lor new trial . ' Uncle Joa Bakkkl roruluctor on a freight train on the Tex and St. Louis railroad, was nearing Ingtroll, and had orca.-ion to leave hot train, with two tights, with which he pro rvcrifd to signal il. (ioinff backward on the tra-k he lid I mi a t!rtl''-hridire, and before he could rise orextri'n liini.-lf his own train barked upon him, ma-hinv both legs and right arm in a horri ble manner. The tram hand took bim into Tex nrkana and bis wife wus cent for . Shortly after she arrived he died. Ciiattaxlkh.a Time, Thursday: "It ace nm that the standard time adoptnd by the rail roads throughout the t nited States in November will prove a dismal failure. When the time went intoellect there were It minute difference be tween that and eiiy time. For a lew days the time was observed, but since then it his been very irregular, and now it is only few ititiutc slower th.m (.'hiiitanooga time, and there i a difference on nearly ecry line centering here. The irregularity it causing a great dal of incon- vcuience to me traveling puoiic, and mme rem i l- alum 111 IiuhiuikiIi V n..,fl " 1)1 11 01) EX & WICK HAM, COMMISSION MERCHANTS OFFICE, EXCHANUE BUILDING. Ivan mum L?ity, MiKfsonri. Iroit ntlntlun pnid to opllon order DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S PRIVATE Medical Dispensary, No. 17 JelTerHon St., Bstwepa Main and f ront, Jtf cinibl ESTABLISHED IN lfiHO.l DR. JOHNSON i acknowledged by all parties interested as by far the moot successful phy sician in the treatment of private or secret dis eases. Quifk, permanent cures guaranteed in every race, mule or female. Recent cases ot (jnorrhea and Syphilis cured in a few days, with l out tho ue of mercury, chiiocj of diet or hin drance from biMines. Secondary Syphilis, tbr last ve."tige eradicntcd without the u.-e of mer cury. Involuntary loss of semen stopped in n short time. (SuHurern from impotency or loss oj sextinl powers recto roil to free vigor in a few weeks. Victims of aolf'-abuse and excessive venery, sufioriiiK from spermatorrhea- and loss ol physical or tueotal power, sieedily and porma nently cured. Particular attention paid to the lMi'uuxcrt of Women, nod cures guaranteed. 1'iles and old sores cured without the use of caustic or the knife. All consultations strictly confidential. Medicines sent by express to all parts ot the Country. itr Workingmen cured at half the usual rioos. Office hours from ( o'clock a.m. to p.m. 1. S. JOHNSON. M.T. EEB& FSODUCE COMMISSIO.V MEKCII'XTS AlIH. l'oinlot'H, OaioiiM, ICutlcr, ClievM;, Etc,, Corn, OlltH, It ran, 141 per ISuks TAc. 326-328 Front St., Memphis. Krclcliiraucr A; Tomlinson, tScri n.HSORii to Jamu Fuhkett), 1I1KUAL niKKCTORN, "XT051- 317 AND 31" SKCOND ST., MEM Til IS. A Full Line nl Metallic t"aea and Caskets. Cloth-Covered t'nnkets, Hurial ltol.es, etc., always on hand. aerC.0.1. Orders byTelegraph will re eat ve our prompt attention. 1I'Iiom So. ftH YP i'OUM)ltV, 168 Vint Mrrei, C" -rtnnati, OAml ALLISON A S 'ITH. 1'h. typ. on which thl piMr U prints! I. ifonl l rwww ruuDurr."- r-u. iflrrwi As an invlgrant, Jotetters Stomach Hitters hn received the im.nt po'tive indorsement from eminent physicians, und has long occupied afore tnst rank among standard proprtetiry remedies. It- propeaties as an alterative of disordered con ditina el the stmiiach, liver and bowels, and a prevent e of malarial disease are no lea re nowned, and bate been accorded emphatic pro te'Mnnal recommendation. Kor sale bv l'ritggirts and Healers, to whom ap ply for lloxtetter's Alw:inr 'rjv4. A. J. VIKKK. J. A. HARTgANK. A. J. VIE3VXA & CO. IMrORTKRS AND DEALERS IN (Duns, Itilles, Ammunition AM) F1SI1IX(J TACKLE, . SI5 Main Mlrcci, MompliiM. 'PIIE I.rcnt .nil Ho.t Anrtm.nt in th, eity. CHELSEA TANNERY . ni riiii ti.riR nav, TANNEKN AM) CLUttlEltS. OS THE INSTALLMENT TLAX, NEGOTIATED BY fllANCIS SMITH & CO., t$. W. Corner W.hinHi and Crawfonl Sa. VK'KHRI RU. MISS. NO COTTON REQUIRED. rum.n .h.iuld ini make luam until they bar InvctintU). our pt.o no rate.. .-ri kc. v w .")' : w For a,.- by J. W. TWKUr.LI A .. 71 ..4 4,9 Mala at.. at,.,pl,t. Irwin, Kotico to Contractors tt f Mias.M.ppl, Coahoma wnnty I!?rd of bupervuvn, bie.iu leeinbr lrm, l&xs, TN compliant with an orJer nia-1e attb ahor itd term, Mnied propuvitU will l roci.'ad by th nadrraineU for th r pair in of what is known as the rhtnipa and ilortiita brkt in the MiaiiMlppi rirr ltv?e n afrui.itd county. Utnda to accompany bid. nnl to b m tared en or b?f'r thafirat Monday iu JnKrr, 1m. J he Board reaarvaa the riaht to r-jrt any and al 1 bid. H. Si H ARM I S. (ilwV. . E. LHIUT1I, . COMMIS8IOX MERCHAXT, Xos. 2 and 4 Stone St., Sew York. T IBERAL adrancea made on eentlramanta otl4wf ftaval IkUkwvu, to. Orden for the ttrch! and vale of funtracta tor future de !iTry, knth in th New York Cotton and r'rtHluo Kxchanret, promptly eiacatedi X iuitart direct yeuuiu ieruf ian Ciuano. f - - - - Plantation Loan? - FINANCE 'A;NJ.TKADE. Financial affairs presented nonrw lea tares yesUfrtlay, and are: not Jiable' to do bo until the existing heavy sldcSt orcotfofi in which so much monty is tied np.bexinrf; to be workodoir. This marktii .held yes-, terday 111,317 bales of cotton, r'jreent ing"$5,5G7,35J.i Tlie Clearinghouse reports show a gradual falling off in the amount of business done by the bank.s, tbeamonnt so fir this week being les fhan the fame time for corresponding weeks tfle past two years. J .V . There was more animation in cotton c'ir-" cles yesterday than wan experienced any day during tho weak,' th stimnlus-" being more favorable rejort3 'fronf controlling markets at home aii'd abroad. ' Here there was a stronger demand for bth the better, grades and olf-colors, and factors realized in some instance's fractions alove tlie offi cial ciuotations. "By reference tothe de. tails below, it will be seen that receipts at all ports are Biackiii"; otf, tlie tscsM er the previous year jrrowiiif; gradually less at a ratio that will 1kw upadecline with in the coming w-k.- The &AiM flomxl with jniddlint; quoted at 9ja, and sales of 5000 bales 350 to exporters, '1150 to spinners. 'eel:'s sales, JS,i ;Wlea 13,8o0 to e.KrterH, 440 to spin ners. Receipts, J0ol ' bales; ' liii nients, 1V bides, ' If hvfng ' tOck on hand 111,347 tales. Of. tie receipts 4:H bales were by uteaiuer and, jiSJO. by waxJ and of. the shipments V'A- .Iwlts . Mere by j-aiU: ; X , iVork . spots .dosed quiet, wiih liirddling 1 quoted at IOJe. New York- futnrH 'closid steady, rtli Uecembor deli eriea- qtvAol at 10.'OJ(i 10.:;3, and advances, of o Xo 7 point .on other months. New 'Orleans spots clwed firm, with middling quote nt flc'" New Orleans lutun'3 clostl steady, wrtblNjcem-' ber quoted at .SSf.i).i0 and ofher months advanced 5 to 8 "uointrt. ' J i'.'f rpodl spots closed otuty at -o f)y lA-ltnl, -with usies of 800U bules, cf which ;:'0l) bales vi;reAmer ican. Liverpool futu-ee cl sed ea.-y, with December 5 Td-C Id.' Stick on, land le- ccmler 21.st, oTo.Oti'J J.aics, against 5r.:',0()0 aaine day hmt week.. Total receiptH at all United States ports yesterday, 42,57(5 bale j. There was no-slack apparent yesterday in general fVndr!, all departments being crowded with orders, which were freely met with an abundant mipply in every line of trade. Provisions continue hrm at previous quotations. Kread and feed stufl's are steady, bran being tirjn and scarce! but unchanged in price. I'roduce was also steady, execptingeggs of whiel there is a supply fn excc.-. of demand, and prices declining, in jconsoqucnce. Gro ceries continue llrmJbiit unchanged. Ac. cording to J. .La Croix's livestock market circular, there is but little change to ro port in that line. Cattle receipts the pirl week have been only moderate. Trices remain firm at last week's quotations. To day there is only a light supply Jfiero. Demand quite good. J'rospecta for the coining week are very favorable. The market is well supplied with sheep and lambs. Trices lirni as quoted. l!ereit! of hogs heavy hogs very light, wliile light weights have been plentiful and are selling rather slow. Heavy grades in good demand. The- official, prices are uii;ii in detail below, the: leading articles ruling as follows: Corn, 6Sc j orn.mcal,: S- 50 ; flour, $:l 507 2-; chickens, f 1 ."0(53; turkeys, $7j,15; css, 25c; meM pork, $14 7o(ylj; lard, yjfc'ic hf tUe tierce; butter, 1522c for cotlnTry.an J 30-I0c for creamery. The following were the im ports and exports A taken from Lite Inwrds of the Merchants' Exoliange yesteixlay: ' IM FOUT.-I. Twenty-ono brls apple, .IWrlls b:ig giug, 2i ics bacon ami hams, loo sks bran, H brls beans, 20 kgs butter, 72 pkgs boots and shoes, 2.N4" bit corn, T.I cars cotton seed, l'.7," Kks cotton-seeil, 425 pkgs cheese, t0 bka cotlce, '.17 hd cattle, (Vj pkgs dry goods, 20 pkgs eggs, 42'i brls Hour, it)'.! li'l hogs, (7t bales hay, li hd iiorses and mules, 10) l lies irun-ties, 5 pkgs lard, 5 cars lumber, S! pkgs liquors, 150 br!s meal, S40 kgs nails, 2 cars oatK, 2 "orl onions, 25 brls potatoes, 4 cars bulk pork, 5 hhds sugar, ;!7 brls sugar and 220 pkgs tobacco. , KXP0HT8. ' ..'; . One hundred and "ievwity brls apples, 4(i0 rlls" ba'.rgiug, 7 tcs Lr.ixm r.nd haus, 12 sirs bran, 2 brls bemts, rt likgs bniter. ol pkgs boots ami shoes, 100 bu corn, iii20 sks cotton-seed oil meal, 150 pkgs cheese. 81 Kksn-otlee, - hd i-attl.-, i"7 pkgs tlry eoods. l pkg eiMS, .Vil hrjs llonr, 1 lntg". 2t balos hay, 2 hd horses and mules, 41 1 bdls irou ties, 40 pkgs lard, J cars lum ber, 114 pki;s liUAriv 4 Urls.iueul, 04 brls tuola.sses, o: kgs uaiis, 'MO bks oats, 10 brls onions, !5;i brls potatoes, 2 cam bulk pork, 3 brls packel pork, .i hlids sugar lo;i brie hui Ear and liil.pkjjs tobatco.,. t The Chicago market reports, according to the Appeal's, dispatches, show that pork closed at $14 for cash, $14 05 for Junnary, and $44 SO for February ; lard, $S 823 for cash, $S U5 aked I6t January arid i'.l.W forFebruaryj clear rib si-Jess, partly cured, were $7 45 for cash, and it :'5 for January ; corncloped at 61 Jc for cash, Cl-Jd for Jan uary, ir!tc for February and Wo for May ; wheat closed at 07 jc for cash, OSjc for Jan-- uary, WJc fur February and f 1 00 for May ; oats closed at 'Mic for January, aud-&sfc for May, i St. Louis Pccials quote corn closed at 48Jc for cash, 40jc bid for January ; wheat closed at $102 for spot, ami fl 0:1 for January; oats closed at ."Ic for spoLs, and 31 fc for January ;. pork, SI 4 25 for ne and $15 for-old; lard, 85; clear rib sides, $7 50. ;. ? . - FINANCE. -- Money 8 er cent, discount. The Clcar iughottse reports' : yesterday were as fol lows,: rirnriny, rtlnrf Pwraber 21-t i.. ?ti.W ( , T 'T. !" M Tim. far tht i-. k. ...-.1, , YsiM t Sain.- time I.im woeki. TT 1'..'V - -.A 7 raii-e week li. S7 '.e'iTi.MiW eT fiauic Kerk l-l l,l)7,7Jl hi S( F.xchan icon New York buying at dis count, Helling at par. liiatein txtt-in bills buying at J per cunt discount ,', KiSlhngut par;umt exchange rr r- irlims 1W count btiving. an-1 lar selling. '. Hank Stock. Hank of Commerce lfO: First National, 118 bid ;- Airman Na tional, 200 bill; Muuhnttan, 100 bid ; t-tate National, 127 bid; X'nioii and . planters, 140 bid v .. .. Insurance StiK-ks-lleitie, tibi-t; Blnfl Citv, 98 bill; I't6ik. .S0f 5j Flanters, 110 bid; 1'bornix. otkoPj le:DpLis City, 10Ti(:9ll(; MOilertiUt, B(f2v , -Kailrimd Stocks Memphis and Charles- tin. 3S(:U2; Mississippi ami Tennessee, 40 ltV0; liuiisville and-ashville, 4mi,50; Miv bile amlOhio, OM.t i:i. Kailroad Ponds Mempl.is City 1.til road bond, 100(;il01; Memphis and Charleston first mortgage bonds, 7s, 1 10; do. second mortgage bonds, 7s ilSs.51 lOlfi lO:?; do. consols, 104; Memphis and Little hock first mortgage bonus; Ss 101('105; Mississippi and Tennessee con sols, A 122(-fl2-S; do. V. 100(.' 108; Fast Tennessee, . virgini. and Georgia consol .5s. 73(iC75. AliscttllaneoSs Taxiiflf-Pitriet compro mise b(ndi, 7o a.-ked; Merchants' Stor:i:.-e Conumss Companv, new issue, 120(" 1 Memphist-iao stork, 8o"!thdo. bonds. 100; Memphis Water Cotnpmiy, Umds with ac crued interest, par; tin. slock, nw.i lt' Memphis I itv bunas, olO, .18; compromise Ixm-U. 8tXn 8; : connons fnm old bonds. ;-8 : from eouiinvtui.9 lls,. 80 ; b-dger bal ances, S8; jud.f.e.ut4 oil couons r.nd bonds, 38; paving ip.iieiite.mess, o: ;u-i-bv oountv tMemi hir and Vbio railroad) tis, 98di',rt0 ; warraut', :M'!93r .Mississippi levee bonda and coupons, lrislrict No. J, 10; do. scrip, 10; Hank of Tennessee notes, new issue,, u Old ; liluuuluUuGuu.y I Am.) warrants, i o ; i esua, county, . t; si issis ippi county, CO. w v.. ..... By Tflcsrapta. . T Nkw York, Fkweinber 21, -Mom v easv, 3 por-'ent., olo.,-"! offered prr cent. K ,lrtme mpr eantili. :,H-r, !.'li',, ht oont. 8loiIi:ur i'Xi'hi'"-'- bankrrK bills nrm.-fC: ilemanl. 4V.' 4. lkn I- tiuve nmont? 5tros. UhOwuvs irrt-u- lar. Mate i-ctiiiiii' iiuii. and rrice? a-tranceo H trerrent., tnailian 1'aino loa-lintr ana cllina Uia-. A- n.iial of laii1 1'aiuu t'acitio Aa U,afo:tliin., risinir le 7'V rereiiina UT. and rr'.vitfiuirtQTS7;,. Tlie rcn eral lut Heakcue-t a,,Aa(aWr uw opening un latetrent.. Hint the t'liicajt. Tlurlinctnn an-t Quincy bait asumel an ar,-ie allitu-le and would net enter the piiol iu ll ctMulilinnK m:nte r-ublie hia eauc-U a j-cnei:-t v-Urf in. iirice. Fmn middaf until mar 2f'4-bt iri.i waa ateady o tim. wiik a ralfyet'-S t-4 '$ a.-r c-nt. it wan reported that the -irthweptem t omniny hud KiaTuttied i9 intention ol' riiintf into the pool, ThfoS,vnla-t'i th? Hntat IiMhi? city, howevtw ncrthrr dcflTr! tmt arttrwd therfwrtr i.ale In the aHernoi.ti Liiion fcUio i drcwd, and bnke to 7f".. asmint 7,1? ch7r In the day. A aensationnl Vry wa artl ad jhe room Ut the flVcl that th. Xnion ?aoific ie ta tf paralltted. lin kers wbg ii;tlb' 'd fur Wt'e iree Mll.ifi. Trt'iiautii ji f (oh ln ifc last hour went norn-iu, wwwioniia f- 41 rharcs. of which n-T.y Su.vJiV ibMtfri hnlg iu the tnt thirty inuiutoH. Tli l-r..;K Wl due to n raid of the br. The dcolint UN ('ctel ike trvnarrU atafiwt. Compared wtih lat intent Mortni; pri, t a ion Pont 10 was lowtr, k wu i'f at.iiwnLrn 1 V-Tihorn Pacific iiirititl tliitsL. ' prt'lVrrea I,' 'rrti'tn lranron na ahah La.Ui iilo n.l N:chvillet V,, aMi other arrtive rtukTM put fan' - C 'U'linirt' in and t'u.noy, illiho VoiitYfti, Kau.as mi to V ana .ntcntran VTUTrar, nowerer. were .i . . .- . .intTt "SJStetn T-uMin,-.,ar Jersey Central, .w ...V i'.UIra aan.ll; uuri t-acine are nachaisU. --1 noa fb-u-1 b-nt at S, tier cent, fol r a., in.,).. T i. i-iili-Aai. te.I ? a til- to-day. The ana St. Paul Yailroad t orapany ap'p!:M Iv St-k Kaehauaaa lor Hallux il 'tuio ad-iitiotial c: 41 -jtUMl aj liti.-l.al (-T its W i.eonsin anil Min.o.uta & r cut. 4iV - vcTtr - uonur, aim aiaoitooa lor ItlitiK l.4rj mi f t 6 . V, cenwi oonus. tying iiuolaTlons wore aaioiiowst - - i 4Taasnai, V; . 1?4. --"-' " Paeilie ta of 189b, 12. oos. T. P. land rranU. ti. T. V. Ki.i ti. -liy., 74'a. ,2,. I . P. first-. I7 TT. S. V. W. v. 114:'. P. P. firits. Kri. second Lehivh A Wilk iKiuisiana con. 10. If . P. rand tranta, M ' Hiesouri as, lo,, St. Joseph. 1 11- l. P. sink, fund, US, ,Virtiit Va. con., ex-m.,39; ' St. P.AS.C.flrt IV' Va. eontoli pfd, 9 . Tana. Gs. sew, STora-a. Adatns Express, 129. Mobil k Ohio, 10'-',. Morris Jt F.asez, Nub. JrChat.... N. J. Central. S4. N. W. pfd., 42'.j. Nortbern Paeiflc. 2ti. Allegheny Central. 12. Alton A Terre II.. 45. A. Jt X. U. utd. m. American bure-is. 91. C. H.k N., KM. Canada Southern. M. North's Pa. pfd., 66. North weatara, 17a. Northwestern pfd., 4'2S. New York Central, 137.. Ohio Central, Ohio Jt Mississippi, 2fiV. Ohio Miss.. Pfd., i. Central Paci lie. G.V-... Che-iapeaket Ohio. 14. C. A: O. 1st pfd. 2T. C. 4 0. 2d pfd, W4. ChieairoJt Alton. Xl'i. C. Jr A. pfd. 14 S. C. 1!. Sl U.. Ontario ft western, lb;. Ch.. St. L. -N. O..81Ji.0reiron Trans.. M C, St. L. Jk P., 11V4- Pacific Mail, 41S- C, St. L. 4 P. pid, :. C fan. C.,35. 0. k C, Dol. k liud...'?i. nI. ic I.Ak . lr:. Panama. 94. P., D. k K.. 14?i. Pittabnre;, 1. Pullman Psl. Car. 120. Readme;, vyy. Koek Island. 1 Denver Kio .. 25. Rock Island. IS1;, kri.. St. L.iS.F.. Zi Erie pld, 79. St. b. Jt S. F. pfd.. 41i East Tennessee. 6? St. L.4S.F. 1st pfd.,87. KartTenn. pfd. Ur;. St. Paul. S4-i. Fort Wayne, 133. St. Paul pfd., ISfj. Hannibal A St..Ioe,38V. St. P., M. M.. WV,. 'il. It St. J. pfd, Hb'i. St. Paul k Omaha, M'i. Ilarlem, lru. rim at v. pm.t-.a. Houston 4 Texa. 50. Texas Pacific, 2o. Illinois Centra!. 2:U. Vniun Pacific. 70V4. I. B. 4 W.. 19'i. U. S. Express, 56. Kansaa 4 Texa.. Zi' i. W. (St. L. 4 P., IV. Lake Krie.4 West.,1. W. bt. h. 4 P. ptd, Lake Shore, SK1.. Wells 4Fariro'i Kx.,11-. Tuiiiv. 4 Niiah.. 44--'d. Vi' astern Union. 7I,1-.. L., X. A. 4 Chi., HI. Homestake. l'll'i. .Mar. X t in. 1st pfd, 10. Iron &uver, 2tio. Mar. 4 Cin. 2d pld, 5. OnUrin, 2i. M.;in. 4 Charleston. 'M. Quicksilver, 5. Miuhigen Central. Mu' j. Quicksilver pfd., 25. Muiu. 4 Si. L., IS. tSnuthern Pacific, Minn. 4 St. L.pfd. .13. Sutro, 17. Missouri Pari fie. W. "Asked. tNo sales. Transaction aggregated 32.",000 shares, as fol lows : iT.Wti Lackawanna. (.(Ml t.ake Shore, S.ofWI Loui.. A Na-h., 12.IIHO Northwestern, li'.," Northern Pacifie, flti.tss) St. Paul. 12,'"i l-'nion Pacilic, 41. mm Oregon Transeon, .'i,(ij (Jaiticy. S.UU0 Canadian Pai ific. . New Oklcaxs, Pecomber 21. Sipht ex- chanscon New York, liar. Sterling exchange bankwre-' bilis. 4el4. I-osjios, Uecemher21. Consols,100 5-1G; aooounu lil 7-li: Illinois Central, :J7Va: Pennsyl vnnia t'oiitral.Gi)1; New York Central, 18J-S; Eric, if it Erie econdl, Heading, 2i. .- l'Ar.is, December 21. llentes, 75f. o'X'. THE COTTON MARKETS. The. local market opened and closed lirm with quotations unchanged. Sales,5000 bales, including 200 bales the previous evening 3850 bales to exporters, 1150 bales to spinners. - yesterday t-i . o V", 9'1 Tliursisy Ordinsry Oood Ordinary. L-.vr Mid-ilini; Middling 53 Ooo.l Middling.. l'-i in Mia iling Fair loV, lo'j lair Nom. Num. Stain Middling, V1 r : low middling, 8T-c. Oil colors .Middling, low middling, 9'ac; iUsh-.OJijS'm". , COTTON STATEMENT. , MxMi-uia, Ioeember21, 1883. Stock September 1, Is) , 8.4"1 Received to-dav 4.0"l Received previously 2ao,44i arc.977 Shippcl to-day Shipped previously Homo consumption to date.... Stock, running account....... - Import. Thus far this week Tims f:ir last neck , Since September ltt . .. l.:ivj 4-.SJ lflbiHO lll.it: 2W,706 Zf.SH, y4,4HG Memr-his and Charleston Railroad Miaiisippi and Tennessee Railroad L-misvillo and Nashville 4 O. S. Ruilroad Memphis and LitUe Rock Railroad . Che.-ui.eaLe,01iio and S. W. R:.ilroad M Kansas Cily, Springfield and Memphis Steatuora m. W.....H Wagons and other sources 1.3R2 4. 2H1 5t4 11 2ii4 4.4 600 Total Export. Thus far thia week 4.081 21,S.tS 14,310 rnu tar last week . Siuce September 1st. 101,131 Memphis and Charleston Railroad 754 dllB8lssinpi an-1 lennessee Railroad M M Louisville and Nash ille ti. S. Railroad..... 4IC1 Steamers south .. 108 Total l.SVJ The N'ew York spot market opened nuiet ami nominally unciiangel;at ti: 10, quiet; at 2:13, quiet,, closine quiet, with quota tions nnchanpetl. Sales, ;54: bales. Con tracts, 300 bales. Closing quotations: Yerttprdsv Thnrsilne Ordinnry s1. 8' Uod Ordinary f' if". Low Middling 10 10 Middling HI". li'i Hood Middling li. lOj Middling- Fair : M'A 11'4 Fair 12- 12 Tho New York future market opened quiet and firm; at 10:37, barely steady; at ii:u, steady; at 1Z:2U, steady; at 1:4 steady; at 2:42, steady, closing steady. Sales, 1 12,000 bales. Closing quotations Yesterday Thursdav January 10.41mlO.42 lO.SoftlO.:, February ln.ngMlfl.iil) 10.54U10.55 .Han-h J0.74-alo.7!i April.... M.Kl.tiO.so Mav..... : 11.ffiam.ltt .In ne ..11.17i-ll.ls Jaly .U.2all.2! Auuoft .r..37'H.:M . pieinbi-r ...11. U. 411.07 October . ' "Tlie New Orleans spot market opened stead v : at 1 MO. steadv. closing hrm. M ith quotations nnchangeil. Sales, 10,200 bales. Mock on hand, 44,4S, bales. Closing quo tations: Yesterday Ordinary 8'i Good Ordinary ' J Thursday LOW .MlUtlllUg y Mi-ldlniit 'J'! it' 10' G. d Middling 10', T The New Orleans future market opened stead v; at 11 :Oo, quiet and stcatly ; at 12:0 easy ; at 1 steady ; at 2 :40, barely steady, closing steady. Sales, 42,000 bales. We quote the price-list of the laatcall received, its follows: Y.sterda Thursday 9.1W-.10.00 January..... . 10.04-410.05 febrtiiiry ...w March Aprils Mar........... 10.2310.24 I0.42.J IH.43 10.5'Jt" 10.00 10.74Mlll.75 10.8HatlO.ft) , 11.03mil.04 11.12,1.14 10.17W10.1S 10.:5((Io.:m 10.51(.i0.5: 10.tk'tl0.l June. July.. August StfcemOer.. 10.NKU10.82 lO.iafajlO.'.rf 11.0bVa,11.08 October , ( November. December. 9.83J V.V0 .t9 9.S0 DAILY El'LLETINS, T.nn. Sa. old. . 10. Wi lil.HI'a 10.07'-jl0.98 ll.lllia 11.21fJ11.22 11.31KaU.32 11. H0ail.O5 ' ; State of ' j Market. G-ilycston ...j Steady. N--W Orleans.. Firui Mobile Steady. Savannah Steady. Charl-jaton...... Firm. Wilmington.- Steady. N.-.rr.-lk Steady. I'altimoie Quiet. New York Ouiet. Uuyton Quiet. Philadelphia. Easy. St. Louts.. F'irm. Augusta Quiet. ' Roo'ts. Price. Stock 120.440 411.48, 0-1.711 1:M,: 81,31 1S.S24 21.754 35,:t58 6,1V 11.1 52,426 25..M4 Day's receipts, lS8:t w ....42.576 Day's receipts, 182 5ti,35tt Day receipts, 1881 .. 30,10, CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT Thia Last Week. Week. I 21,141 Receipts? lays Kxport to (ir't Itritain Kxports to continent Stocks tit all porta. 247,1081 Hi.tv-'Si 72,2.! 27.ini0l 21,l5i 1.21'.l.ill l,lS7.lftll This Y'ear. Last Year. Receipts since Sept. 1st 3.1isj.4:m3,1S2,74 2.!-S.18 1 .ireian ei ports 1 .tv:t,nii i,nm.:i7a l ,.vn Slock at U. S. ports....;i,24'..'.lll 8W.2K4 l,'6t.,61 Increaie in rei-eipts 1 16.1'ilH ! The Liverpool spot market at noon was quoted moderate inquiry freely Biipplied. Sales StXX) bales, of which IKiOO bales were Aiiiem-an. Keceipttt, IKiotl bales, ol which '.2.VI bales were AmerKran. At L": 4)rdinary, 6 :!-10d; pood ordinary, ." 7-llid; low tiiiildline. 5d; good inid dliiifr, h l.Vlr.d; uplantls, ojd; Orleann, ,) 15-1(m1. The Liverpool future market at noon was quoted quiet and steady; December, Jteceinber-Januarv, o 4!-Wd; January l''ebruarv. 5 ol-tiUl: Februarv-March. J M-tUd ; March-April, 5 57-tl4d ; "April-May, Siil-tnj; Mav-June, o oj mu. At 1::!0: Uecember-Januarv, 5 o0-64d .IniiUarv-FebrnurV. 5 52-64l ; February- March, " ,"Vt4d ; A pril-May, 5 t2-ti4d ; May June, 0 l-tld. - At 3 r Manchester dull and lower, esjieci allv for varus. At.!:0; I)e'cinihpr. Deeember-Janu.irv. 551-i4d; l-'ebrnarv-Mareh,5oG-(4d; March- April. 6 .VW4d; June-July, fi 5-t4d. At 4 : Fobruary-Mareh.'d 55-64d : March April, .i fi-64d. At5:.lanuary-Febniary,35l-ld; April Mav, S tl-ti4d.-Futuivs closed easy. GEXEKAL TltADE. ' BBE.lllMI IFS. Corn- White, 5Sc; mixed, 57c from store. Fmui leree or de(ot : Hound lots in bulk .h: 1A Klkil... 4-.V: iiiiv.l. 4Sc: sacked, shelled white, 52g52'ic; shelled mixed nominal, 51 "i UAY Choice, from store, &VS'j0e; nrinie, 75(4 80i-; prairie. -lie; round lots freut levco or depot, nl,.:..n ;,. llr.s1-J- orairie. 47 50. t'l.Oli R From store eitra. JS 5tl"3 75; double extra, H Nl: triide eitra, 5cv aS; family. S o; ohoice, $a 50(-vS 75: fancy, $5 ttV'Cn; extra t'ancy, wimi-; patents, eiti 25; round iota Irutn 1mi-.m r track 15 chaatver. tuKN.MliAL Standard, 12 50 from store; 5e cheaper from mill, levee or track. . OATS White, 4.V from store; mixed, 38c from storj. Hound lots Xrorn levee, white, 43c mi,.l. hlk. sacked. 3.i43oe. - ttKAN r'rem store, ie per cut; round lota fr.,,n 1,-m,. 1.-.15 50 ner ton. OAl.VEAL In half barrels, $3 5094 50 from store. CilACKKD WIIEAT-In half barrels. $1 5J frtot tre. lloMINY AKDO.RITS-From store, 4, R ICY- Loui.iaua. ,!1ji''V; Carolina, "r7Se liKASS Nay, t.liV;M); medium, H; cum tuj-'n . k2 75, SKK US tier man millet, tl 25; second quality 9tl. Kansas Citv, IVeember 21. 'Wheat lowrr: K','c bid cash, f-'1'"?,e February, 93c hid Mav. t'orn lower: SXV' cash, 4K- Janu a-v, 44' tc May. Oate dull and nominal, 27c bid. Xkw York. IVcemlier 21. Flour dull Wheat sptit lota V4Se and options S'-e lower. cKwinndull auj weak; uugrado.1 red. 85e-iSl 18, Kii-.-ieinandTair and market firm; domestic; oJ.0. ; latr isviM.it. Deoeraber 21. riour steady with a fair Jatuand and nominally unchanireii r.raio dull, weak and lower: , 2 red winter We4,t Se. ainl ebiMMl at 1 01. Cora and oats dull and unsettled. Cincinnati, December 21. Flour dull r.mllv. 14 .W4 S5: faace.t.V5 40. Wheat heavv -N. 2 red. $1 oo. Corn quiet; No. 3 mixed, 47(?j f.lo. Oat- tirmer, S4c. Itv steady. fiOilc. Bar ley tjtiiet but arm ; extra .No. 3 fall, t&twxc. N kw Orleans, rwcembor 21 . Flour dull ; family, M4 50: hicher rrades, t4 87S(W OS. Corn scarce and firm; in iwd demand; mixed and white. 67c; yellow. 5-V''9c. Oats higher ana-scarce. 4. Oommeal demand fair and ... i' k.. UMrtu IIbv in mwwI 1., m snJ ; flT ehoice. Sio: others ncclocted. Kice firrtter but quiet ; Luui.iaita ordinary to choice, 4iu-' c. Tot.sno, "IVeember 21. Wheat quiet: o. i wntte. ?i ec ; rio.i white, wv: Io. z Tea 1 i l'! 1 T e'tit, Kiru.rv. il Oj-., 1,IM. XSm ai ' No. S rea. i-.i.")?. (ra dull and lower no. i vash OT l,veuH'r, aaei keceutl-cr, Aei 4aimi', Sf ; M av, t no itnils, eic. oats dull; o. a white, s No. a cash or oecerabor, Stc; January, x We; May, 38 'iv bl. l".-ver easy ana quiet; prime, reshwr lWeember, p 60; jMary, 5 S5; Fabx ry, Baltihohg,' December 51. Flour dull and aary ; Howard street an4 M'ettera superfine. JV-i3 50; extra. 3 74 I'm family, . ttS 75, Wheat---Waelrrn fairly actira and a fraction ; N.s. i xiiiicr red, ai-ot, (4 0"1 c',i J iuaarv.ll mil 0s,i February, illWil 11".. Corn Western dull andeasiori mixed, smt an4 lccnib.r. f.l. bid : January.- do'vaail'tc; Febru ary, tUV',-"l March, 63(ie4Vi sleamt-r, .Si 1.5571- 9 13-16 13,3.''J .'; 1.45KI jt-'J 4,717 tr'i 4,537 't3-16 771 1 Kr'J 1,114 10'3 pi lo!. 2.715 9 13-10 718 9i Last Year. 2'5,343 121.815 33,514 8tW.ai4 Year Before. 5'-s. Oati dull ; Western white, 4ui42e: mixed, 3Sa)c; Penuyirania,44e. Kye quiet. tiCitiHc. Hay dull: prime to choice Pennsylvania and Maryland. JiJ-jsli. Vr. Lorts. December 21. Flonr tin- ehanged. Wheat lower: No. 2 red. $1 ttiial (Xfli eash. l trji January. 1 0T.'V1 uV February. $1 IH'-iSl Wi March. 1 ll;il 12 May, closing at inside figures; Xo. 3 red, ttJii'aM'.o. Corn lower and inactive; 48l448V.Jc cash, 41; 49,-ic Jana- ary, , 50(o(-ie rebruary, 54Ji5'ic May. (lata er and slow: .'OceaFh. 3l"-ie Pebruarv. .'MT-l.e May. Rye quiet, Mi-V. Barley. 50&."Se. Flaxseed hieiier: SI llav dull: nruiri. 10; timothy. itXaU. Bran lower, CJc. Cornmeal steady, ! 3U. Receipts Flonr, S00O brls: wheat, 40,009 bn; eorn,M,M0 bn: oats. 3000 bu; barley, TU00 bn. Shipments Flour. 8000 brls: wheat, 7000 bn: corn, 42.UU0 bu : oats, 4000. Chicago. December 21. Flonr dull nnd unchanged. Wheat dull; opened a shade lower, ruled steady for awhile, declined 2 points, rac helow vesterdar. rallin.1 a t;a .n.i i VgC under yesterday; sales ranged: December, VVsWic. closed 74e : January, SSsWUe, closed 9SV: February, 9i994c; closed Wie: Mav, 1 WWal ttt'ic, closed 00!.; No. 2 red winter. S vi u-. vorn oniy moaerate onsiness. ranaeil low er, closing V)',c under yesterday: ca-ih.olmi'ilHc, elosed til'ic: Jeceailer, tilfijlc. closed bl1-.-: January, tolVMilTaC, closed Bl,c : February. 5SV4 7 4,;;,"uu ,w'vC V JIn- ."i-v-ei4i. ciosea oi --c : June. 6Kol:e: Julv. fi'lra:-". nBt. i.t,;, mand. but at lower rates; cash. 34ajl'v.; Jan uary. MKii' j-. rlose.l -UV. j-- P.l...,ar J,' c'oed'V'(-'44Jic; May, 38JV?3e, clod 3k vJ-4iC. Kye, 00c. Barley in fair demand, bo.' c. Wheat sale.. 420,000 bu: May declined 'il. Corn Sales. 17.'.00O bo , lin,!iAnr,.r! II-!. sales, 140,00!) bu; declined ac. Receipts Flour, 14,i)brls; wheat, iM.onfthn; corn, llij.OOObu; outs, 109.0110 bu; rye, 13.UM bu ; usuvji ..-i-w-im. oiupmentp r lour, jv.om oris ; wheat. 31.0fi bu : i-nrn. 71 .fist hi, ..at. -r urn kn . rye, 1500 bu ; barley. 10,000 bu. . rnovi.sioM. Bi'TTER Choice creamery, 40c: fancy creamery. 44f946c: dairy, ZidvXtx medium, 14 15c: butterine, 1-V17c; country. l.V".2e. CllfchSh Prime flats. &10c; New York facto ry. He; lull ereatn, 14c; lounit America, lie: mall home chee?c. 15-lb av., 9(i10c. JIESSPOKK. 814 75f15 per barrel ; sncar-rnred hams, packed, H'-H',c; breakfast bacon, 10" ic: clear rib sides. 8ue. HULKPOliK Clear Bidce, TTac; clear rib sides, ,c; shoulders, 6,'c. LARD Jhoicc.9l-.e:choica.lri.ttl. Hi.tm.. on.. half-barrels, 9I4c: keen. -J4-: bucketi. WiW'ic: half-buckets, loJ-aMlOHe; 20-lb tins, o-l-ic; lo-lb tini.iHic; 5-lb tins, 9;'Bc: 3-lb tins, 10c. St. Lotus, December 21. Provisions tery dull; only small inbbina; trade. Butter quiet; creamery, 30!J5c; dairy, 20a27c. Ei steady, 24c. Lot tsviLi.K, llecember 21. Provisions in itood demand at full prices. Mess pork, $15. Hulk tneata shoulders. 6c : clear rib. 7'-c. clc.r sides, 7-c: clear, 8'',c. Sucar-cured bams, 13c. Lard prime steam. 9c. CiN-cissATi, December 21. Pork dull. ll2VJ14 7j. Lard firm, 8.85c. Hulk meats easier but not quotsbly loner. Bacon firm : shoulders, 7c: clear rib, 8;4c; clear, 84c. Bnttcr firm: P'ime Ohio creamery, 40c; choice dairy. 22c. Nkw Orleans, December 21. Pork new mess scarce, 610. Lard runner; tierce, re fined, 8've; keg, 9!ie. Bulk meats bicher and in irood demaud: shoulders, packed, 0V,c; iona clear and clear rib, 7-.(4''77mC. Bacon scarce and firm; shoulders 0c; no sides on hand. Sugar-cured hams steady, 14a14.1 ic . Ualtimokk, December 21. Provwions dull; mess pork, S15 oo. Bulk meats-shoulders and clear rib sides, packed, 7'"3!ic. Bacon shoulders, i1-: clear rib sides, y'.c. Hams, 14Va mi.c. i.aru renuea. luc. lutter dull : Western, packed. 10'22c ; creamery, iV'f,c. EgK fresh iower, 28e; pickled steady, 2t&22c. Ciiicaoo, December 21. Pork irreeular and fairly active: opened 5-'- 10c higher: receded 2o-25c: ruled lower at clone ; cash, 14('14 i'2S.for old: S14 5fli.l4r.2'ifornew; December. 14; Jan uary. Si4 tika-U iu;,; February. 14 80dl5 10. closed atn wait s",j Marcti. Sli tra'a., aj' closcil 1515 02l; May, $15 3."xI5 55, closed at 815 35. Lard in fair demand and easier: cash. 8.H-V48.90C : locember.H.sc: January ,8. 92l.v-9.05c, closed 8.95 .97-,: rebruary, 9.(r,;.i.$9.:.1ic, closed 9.10i 9c: March, 9.20-.22ic; May, 0.4O'.52'-Jc. nuscii i.uta meuis in lair ueinanu. o-.c short rib, 7.55,-; short clear, 7-''4C Butter dull; creamery. 24'C14c; dairy, 2l"27c. Coll. Pork sales 13.000 brls: unchanged Lard sales 2000 tcs; January declined 5c. Mo turther call till Wednesday next. I'HICAfiO CKAIX ASD PKOVISIOS HAKKKTS. Special to the Appeal . I Chicago, December 21. The light re ceipts of the past several days were fol loweu to-aav dv a conaideraole increase and favorable reports from the districts surrounding, and coupled with the clear weather and slightly warmer temperature have served to cripple the bull element. and they have been compelled to succumb to the pressure of their antagonists and make concessions to effect sales in all lines, excepting corn, which rallied at the close to yesterday's closing prices (ilje for spot, 01 ijc for January, 5!Hc for Febru ary, and 02c lor May. During the day sales were effected, however, at c less. Wheat opened weak and failed to rally. The opening price for spots was 08c; January, 98 c ; February, 9S)jc, and May, $1 (XI J, from which there was a steady de cline to the close, when spots were quoted 97jc; January, 98 Jc; February, 99 Jc, and May, $1 OCj. Oats closed at J43c for Jan uary and 3S;c for May decline of c on the first and c on the latter. Pork also opened easy and lower, and closed at $14. Lard also fell off from the opening price until at the elost S8 82 was quoted loss of 12Ac. Clear rib (-Ides wi re -tea-.lier opening at $7 50 and clojiny .a i7 4"i, ST. EOl'IJ PKODlt-K A.1D VKOTISION MAKKETS. Special to the Appeal. St. Lotus, December 21. This market has moved in sympathy with other mar kets, according to reports, and prices have slacked off in all but spot wheat and oats and provisions though in the latter it is understood concessions will be made to effect sales. As a general thing, however, factors were disposed to hold higher than prices ruling at the close, which may indi cate a higher market to-morrow. The de tails of to-day's transactions are as follows: Corn opened on bids of 47e, rose to 48lc, and closed at 4SJc. January opened at 49 jc, fell to 49c, and closed at49jc bid. Wheat opened on fl 01 bid, rose to $1 02j, which was held to the close. Jan- nary opened at $1 0:S8, and closed at $1 03. Oats opened at 30c, rose to 301c, and closed at 31c. January opened and closed at 31c. ' Pork opened and closed at $14 25 for new and $15 for old. lird closed entirely nom inal. Clear rib sitles opened iuiet and closed dull at $7 50. Hogs opened and closed stead v at 85 CO 0. The Board of Trade will be closed Mon day and Tuesday of the next and succeed ing weeks. GKOt'KKIEN. Scoar Pure white, 8c; off white, lasic; yellow clarified. 7-tSc: open kettle, "hi &7c: refit.ed A, 8.'.-9c; granulated, 9i3Cjc; powdered, 1010'4c; cut loaf, li10',e. COFFK.E Common, 12c; ordinary, 12Vt)13r . prime Kio, 14al4'ic; choice, LVoUSJ-c; fancy, 16 (17c; eld government, 23a30c; Ceyfon Java, 20 ft2e. MOLASSKS Louisiana, common to fair, 30-9 35c; prime to strictly prime, new, 4.m.-55c: choice to fancy, new, 5558e; centrituguls, prime to choice, .Wa50e: svrup, 35i40e. CANXKU GOODS, KXC Prices per doxen; Pineapples. II 4ilo0; peaches, 2-lb, standard, 1160: seconds, 11 40; tomatoes, 2-lh, standard, 11 10; 3-lb, 1135; striiwlwrries.il 25itl 50; rasp berries, i 15xtl 50; blackberries, II lOt-41 25; green gaa-es, II 50; ears, II 50; plums, II 50; green eorn. II 10-41 50: green jieaa, 00ct$$l 20; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, II lo; cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, 1190; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb II 20; condensed milk Crown, In 25fj 50: Eagle. 18 25; Swiss, 16 25(50. CANDLKS Full weight, U'ie. SOAP tt.UiulOSc per pound. SALT Per car-load, II 35fl 40 per barrel ; ?1 .H in sacks; pockets, bleached, 2ia7c ; coarse, 51 25, oar-loads from levee or depot 5ii410c cheaper. BAGtilNG AND TIKS Bagging, iute, 10iS llc; flax, l(Vll!ic, according to weight. Ties, Arrow. 11 35(31 60. - BALTiMORK.December 21. Coffeesteadv ; Kin, cargoes, ordinary to fair, lO'vSll'v. Sugar quiet; A soft, 8c. New York, December 21. Coffee spot fair: Rio quiet but firm: options 5810 point lower, closing steadier. Sales, WOO sacks Rio No. 7. Sugar dull ; mould A. Tc; confectioners A, 7-lsc: granulated, 7;,c. Molasses steady and mod erately active. New Orleans, December 21. Coffee I -'V-., linn i 1 . .Ullt.T3 rime, 10(a13c. Sugar dull; nmon'y-il fair to fully to choice, SV5ae: yellow dull; common to prime. common to good eoini fair, o-M!.e; prime ciurmeu, o-hwo-.Bc; wnite ciarinea, (Vai '4C. Molasses dull : centrifugal, 1 -v-vjye ; Co Ul lo on . 2oo25c; fair, 28i3oc; prime to choice; 44c. HOI8EHOLD SrPPI.IES. Vboktabi.es Onions, Northern packed, yellow, 12: red, 12 25 ner harrel. Potatoes hash. II 75a2 brl. Cabbage choice Chicago, loose. 112 15 ier 100 heads. Garlic, II per 100. Kraut, lieJ 10 for new. barrels; 14 50 for half-barrels. PIGS FEKT In barrels, IS 501; hall-barrola, 14 25a4 50: kegs, 12 25. APPLES Northern, 375-i4 50; fancy, S" per barrel. Dried apples, 7e7Se per pound from store. Dried peaches, 7(7tac from store. Cran berries, lift per barrel. Pickles, medium barrel, 7 50: half-barrel, 14: pint jars, 11 25 per duien; quart ;ars. II 75'2 per dozen. F'Kl ITS Oranges Louisiana, fiWper barrel: 14 50 per box; fancy stock. So nOntlO. Lemons, 15 per box. Bananas, 11 5iK2 50 per bunch. Cocoa nuts, S"h6 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, hand icked, 12Sc; Tennessee, 9c; roasted, 2'',c higher; shelled, 12c. Almonds, 19ftt2nc. Texas weans. ll(I4c; Arkanja... 3.4c. English walnuts, 14(9 10c. Filberts, 13c. Braitl nuts, 13 4 15c. Kaisina London layers, IS; Imperial, . Brandy cher ries, s i.v;! 5o per doien. CIDER Missouri, $8 per barrel, and 14 50 per half-barrel; Kentucky barrels. 17 25; Kentucky half barrels, $4 50. Vinegar, 12Vl'"c per gallon. FISH Mackerel, lu-lb. kit. No. 1. II; No 1. 90c; 15-lb, No. 3. 80c: half-barrel. IfwaW. White fish. No. 1, per half-barrel, Itl; half-barrel, fam ily. Si. so. EGGS 24e. P0LLTK1 Old hens,S250.a3; large yoong,$2aj J SO; medium young. $2 : small young, 11 501 75. Ducks. $K.t .10. Geese. 13 5i4 50. Turkeys. I7 15; dresHMi. 12S15e per lb. Dressed ehickens, 2't per dox. or 10e -er lb, if fresh. GAME, ETC.-Ouail, $1 25 per doi. Squirrels, 75cti41 per dot. Prairie chickens. I4ia4 50 per doi. Rabbits, II -Jh 50 per dot. Wild ducks, II 50 42 50 per dug. Reel foot fish from 6c to 7,'-c per lb. PELTRIES, HIDES AXD LEATHER. Hides, Etc No. 1 dry flint hides, 16c; No. 2 dry hides. 12SS13c: salt hides, 10412V: No. 1 green salt hides, 5W'i7-,4e; No. 2 green salt hides, 6c: green hides, VW. Beeswax prime yellow, 5l): Ullow, t7'-$c; ginseng, per pound, II 50. IVcr ins prime. 25-3c. LKATHBR-Oak sole, per puund, 35aM0r: hem lock, 27oa.iOc; harness, 35440c; skirting, 75t8le: French calf, MOoeoO per doaea; domestic calf, $30 e4.- per doien. WOOL Tub-washed, 25S5e per pound; un washed. lv-iv; berry. 10-aloo. FKATUKKS Prime. 4uc WHISKY, ETC Brasdies Cognac, f2 5015; peach, $2 5tVl5; apple, fcoSo. WINKS-Imported t-rt. tl S0S: sherry, 11 SO 6: champagne Atnerieanextradry,l74S; Piper fleid.ick.t25 5iK$8 50: Jlutnm s extra dry. ti4 31: Pomery See, HI 5oti33 50; Ve. Cliouot, :li33 ; claret, 17 50(38 50 pr box ; Catawba. $4(95 per case. WHISKIES-Bedirtilled, 90cSl 50: straight, II 504, according to age. St. Loci,l)eccmber 2J. Whisky steady, Chicago, December 21. Whisky nn iBfe4, Gikciskati, Decembor 81. Whisky rm.ll U. - Nsir Obieaxs, December 21. Whisky unchanged. LoctsriLLK, December 21. Whisky anebangwd. Baltimork, December SI. Whisky steady, $1 lav51 1SS; . f HorsB-Bciusiaie matemiau. FsUMiva-LrxBiR Yard prieea Koogh, ITS per 1000 feet; dressed. CW; yellow pine floor- 1, j: sninries, V9 hi; lamina; Poplar, II 75 : cypress, ti ner 1000 laths. Kxtra nrieei for extra leofths above 20 feet. .i.i.ufi ami Cfc.Mlii 1 1.1 me, 7,'o in bulk de livered: 9i395e per barrel in store: lAiniaville ce ment, 1 40 a barrel; Kosedal. itnenl, S2 4u barrel; Portland, 14 115; Roman, IS; plaster o Paris, 12 50. iALL5-(33 10 perker. HOUSES AS a HI'LEa. HoRSEa Good drivinit.$12.:Vai200: heavi draft, 1150-3200; laddie horses, 1125250: plugs, 40'i75. MULLS Market quiet, and values nominal. PETKOLEI H MAKKET. CoAtOri. PriltlB white, wluilesalu lntal 3c per gallon. Clkvei.and, Decemlier 21. Petroleum w, 110 TJic 1'. P l ril-.iOI-v TWnniluip ! f-'r,,,1 :t steady end dull; United Pipe-Line certificates opened at 113' , : closed at 113; highest price. 11.1 .; lowest, ii'a. lIVrXSTOlK MARKET. Corn-Fed Cattle Choice to extra 4ac. tiRASS CATTLE Choice, 44M'ic: good. 4c: fair to medium. 3Wc: eoininon. I34 2c. BUKEP AND LAMBS Choice sheep. 4yH! jc per ,; medium, SVu',e per It-: common, Ji-jl 50 perhd; choice lambs, 5cerlb; medium, 52 50(3 per hd, 110(. Choice corn-fed. i MVs; ineJiom. 5c: common, 44'. CUtVS Aa uUAl, KS Choice milch with roong ealves, 13010 perhd: medinm milch, I."KJ2. per head; yearlings, ffxi8 per hd. St. Loris, Decemler21. Hoes steady: light, S5 3O-.ii40: packing, 15 5035 80; butchers' to extra, lo SVtit;; receipts, 850 head: shipmenta, 3800 head. Cattle easier for everything below choice, and the demand lisbt; receipts, 1100 head. Chicago, December 21. Hozr receipts. 30.000 head: active and firm, and lo-Ofte higher; light, rough packing, 3o lO-o 00; heavy packing and shipping, 15 tiV'SO 10. Cattle re ceipts, 6300 head: steady; exports, IS 501375 com mon to choice, 4r?uJ 10. COTTOX-HF.F.O. Cottos-Sked Meal Prime, old. Bone: new, t'8 WS20 per ton per car-load lota. uottom-seeu OILS Crude, in round lots of 100 to 500 brls, as to quality, 3tV37c: summer yel low roSned, car-load Iota, 42f343e asked ; summer white, none in market; winter yellow and win ter white, car-load lots, as to quantity, 46348c; cooking oil, job lots, 453-1 Sc. KCW TORK DRV liOWDS MARKET. Nkvt York. December 21. Many small requests, for holiday trade, but the market as a hole wn eccedinly quiet. JUST RECEIVED. OXE CAR Englisli Portland Cement. TWO C AltS Rosendalc Cement. TWO CARS Black Diamond Cement. T. J. GRAHAM. HENNINGS IMPROVED SOFT . ELASTIC SECTION CORSET U wrarrnntrd to mw longer, lit y f. V,rm neaOr, And (rivm bn-ttr ctlon th othf r Curtwt M TvnindfHl. Th lndurwiuento of savkwu, i iij a-.SK jouriiiernluiiat for tlieni tvtMadtlj' & St-iUUcaeo. IirXTER BROS. Notice to Contractors. Memphis, Tr.vx., December 7, 183. THE Building Committee of the Mem phi. Cot ton Exchange will receive sealed proposals at their office, at Memphis, Tenn.. up till 12 ra. on the 10th day of January. 1HH4. for the erection of a New Cotton Exchange Building. Proposals will be received in lump or in detail. All propo ttaU in lump have to be accompanied with a good solvent bond of $10,000. Proposal lor detail work have to be accompanied with a good and solvent bond of 10 per cent, of the cost of work. Drawings and Specifications can be seen at the Cotton Exchange, in Memphis, Tenn., and at the office of 11. Walters, Architect. Louisville Ky.t on and after December 12th. The Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids. J. M. E0WLKES Chairman Buildinr Committee. CENTRAL MsuDRclcAt INSTITUTE W0 Locust St , Rt. I-eroK Mo., neoesdi lr. Bnttn IHb ptaarrnnd em skilliul tralmeni to Cbronic I'in-oaaw-s, Bioodlmtmrltie, DefonulliM, Wmkne-. i.art W mting Ui uaom in old Bndyoonrafn. a o all dim 3m$of (nnito-DrinarroruDS, Fem;ilWiiikn(Bii. etc. Consult ation a Offlre or by Tnail free and invited (PmoMMffrriBC frt -Upture hoj W tmmii tkelr rndtmHyX tad lrv 4MUile l. Mr .iuUi. U-y "in V 7:31 Sunday s 8 to 9 A. M., 1 2 to 1 P. 2C Election Notice. STATE NATIONAL BANK, Mr.MPuis, Tenn ., December 8, 1. 0t7"A meeting of the Stockholders of this bank will be held on TUESDAY, January S, 18S4, at their bankinghoutte. between the hours of 11 o'clock a.m. and 2 o clock p.m.. for the purpose of electing Thirteen Directors to vrve the ensuing yeai A. WOOPIU FF. President. TltADE MA&KHerwllTn RpelfiADMAKC, riue, the ureal English Remedy, Positively Cures Alight aLo8, H prmtr r b , Nervous Debility and all WfMkamH of the earative OriranM of Bot It sWa w tfm Pris,,. gTm Before Takina. package, 91; aix After Taking, (or 93, by mail, free of postage. Sold byall drug- Sists. Pamphlets free to every applicant. Ad resaall communications to the Proprietor. W. R. M ERW1N, M.D., Dktroit. Mich. vSoid in Memphis by all Druggists. S.MANSFIELD& CO., Wholesale Ajrenls. TO HORSE OWNERS I GOMSfiULT'S CAUSTIC 1FTHE GREAT FRENCH-W3 VETERINARY REMEDY I 4-rparfl hjJ. E. GOXBA riT. r-Ffrfrry Surgeon Of th Frmneh Gommmmmt Stud. iaM hern In prominent nie In tbr bent Vet crinaj-y rra'tirt of .Europe lor tho psut Twenty Years. A SPEEDY, POSITIVE & SAFE CURE For Cnrbv Splint, Sweeny, Capped Dock. Strain? Tendons, Founder, Wind Pufltscli Gk1n IHeanvx Varattos, Thrunh, all lunanmiaUan, all Throat Pif licujtioa. al1 Lamcneiri from b-avin. Rinflxn, and ether bony tumont removes all Ilr.r.clH- cr Blcm lulnii. and uiai y other dlteri and ailment of Uonies and Cattln. Far ein-erior to a bllKtci orcputfriMtion lu it buiMeucial effecta, never leavini; acar or bluniaa. WE GUARANTEE '5 will prtKlucu more act'.uU remits than a wbole bottle of any liuimenL or apavin euro mixture ever made. Kvf-rv botMe of f.4tTHTI BALSAM sold In wurrnntrd to lvp nntltuetion. Priil.JM per bottUk R4K Py drtitohMtN, or pent Iiy exprwa, chtarffea paid, with full direction for ita ntte. LAWRENCE, WILLIAMS A CO. CLEVELAND, OHIO, SoU hkvnoHwrm A r mftwiun for tkm U. 8. traf fm Gilst&Bn. Funeral Directors. SSO MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS. BURIAL ROBES and Coffin Hardware. Ord.rf by Telegraph promptly filled, and Casea ihiu pedC.O.D. LOOK FOR STAMP m ON EVERY CASC. CHRISTMAS GIFTS! AT COST! Nov U the time to maka your HOLIDAY PRESENTS! Closing-Oal Sal of Pianos and Organs, Sheet Music and Music Boxes, ' Brery Instrument will be eold at first eoet antil all are aold. Call immediately and select year instrument. After J an uary 1, 18S4, 1 will ope a up the nrst and Only Wholesale Music House in Memphis, which has been Terr mart needed here for rears. Pereone wishinr Piano and Or irans, or any other kind of instrvment. will nla call or tend fur oataloruea aad price. . S.A.BEHsTSON'S MrSIC PAIaACX, 234 Xatn St, Opp. Worsham House MWWW Tt IstlXOXua. Bids for.Prmleges. BIDS for Realaarant aad ether Pri.ilsirae tot the KU of L. Ball. Jaaaary 7, 184. will be re ceired an to Janarr 4V, Isava. Addraaa JAXK3 F. V UEJ.ESS, Aralaaea. efflre. F4 n ids ana urns V RIVER NEWS. ; HTKAjIKRS LF.AVI.e. . " ' THIS "DAY. . St.Frantii Rirer. Rixc JIackadt, Joplin, 5p.m. White River Da Adams, rtairy. 5 p.m. Arkaniaa River..JoR Peteks, Williams, 5 p.m. New Orleans Ctrr or St. Loris. Able, 6 p.m. Padacah . H. A. TrLra, Masseniale, 12 ra. New Orleans SHBKVtroaT, Thompson, 5 p.m. Sl'XDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY. -St . Lonis Cirr or Hxlini, Sunday.lOa.m. Friars Point Janes Lkc, Monday,. p.m. Arkansas City .Katk Auias, Monday, 9 p.m. Osceola. .. Coahoma, Monday, 2 p.m. byerxburf Qayosx, Monday, & p.m. Vicksburs; K. W. Col. Tuesday, 5 p.m. Vicksbor. Wiu. S. Hays. Tuesday, 5 p.m. Cincinnati , Akd Balm, Tuesday, 6p.m- . MOTENESTS AT THE LETEE. Ar.-'ci7s. Vint Shinkle. Cincirsnati; Charles Morxiin, Cincinnati: Ct ahoma, Os-.-ela: James Ie. Friars Puint: R. R. Springer, New Orleans; Arkansas City, Yick-fburir. Ihwartur. Arkansas CitA-, Bt. Louis: Charles Morgan, New Orleans: Coahoma, Osceola: Vint Sbinkle, t.'incinnati : R. R. 8pringer. Cincinnati: Jatnes Lee, F'riars Point. JiiHitt 1J Ihut. City of Providence. City o! St. Louis. Belle of Shreveport and II. A. Tyler. Boot Itue f p. Dean Adams, Joe Peters, Rene Macready and City4 ilelena. Kecel l ealerday. Charles Morean 59pkgs merchandise. Arkansas City IU bales cutton and 175 sks seed. Coahoma -164 bales cuttou, IS bar seed-cotton and 478 sks seed. James Lee i bales cotton, 2S6 sks seed, 7 hd stock and 1! pkgs sundries. R..R. Sprinter 6 hbds sucar, 13 brls usr. 500 bdls ties, '&) bales hay and 5 pkits merchandise. Vint rihinklu S3 brls oil. l.-U brls meal. 4 brls flonr, 5ohf brls flour. 13 brla whisky, o00 brls salt, brls potatoes, tuo keg. nails. 847 pkas furniture, pkps miscellancou.-, YM bxs candles, 75 bxa soap. f7 bxs (tliu-.-iware, 1C2 hf bales hay, 21 bales hay, 72 hd stock. . , t ri'BE not'EMEXTS.' Tim City of Providence, Copt.' (ieorge Lenox, is due down for Vickt-burr. Tits Andy Baivm,' Cant. H. J. Vinton, is the Tuesday packet for all points on the Ohio rirer. Tj:e Ie-Lino packets for Monday even ninst are the James Lee, for Friars Point, and the Coahoma, for Osceola. The Henry Frank. Capt. J. F. Hicks, is the next regular packet for New Orleans, leaving here next Wednesday. . The Oaroso, Capt. W. I. Hall, is the gacket Monday evening for Hales? Poiat, Dyers urg and all way landings. r The City of Helena, Capt. ieorge Carrell. is the Anchor-Line packet tn-morrow morning tort'airo and St. Louis. The Will S: Hays, Capt. I'd Nowlnnd, is the 1 uesday packet tor ickshurg ana alt way lauding, ii. Wash Floyd is in theolhi-e. This K. Vi. Cole, Capt. Frank KMson, is the Tuesday packet for (Jretnville. Vicksburg and the bends. M. 1. Raldwin is in the office. . The Henry A. Tyler, Capt. Jolm K. Masenjrale. is tlie parket at noon to-tlayfor Cairo, Padncah and all way landing. Urn Hill i her clerk. The Kene Maoready, Capt. O. K. Joplin, in the packet this evening" at a o'clock for all joint on St. Franc in river. A. I, banning and C. A. Stock ley arc her clerks. Tub Joe leter, Capt. John A. Williams, is due this roorninjrand leaves ajrain thin evening at 5 o'clock iVir all points on Arkanann river. Ji me-f N. Xbouipon is iu charge ol her office. 1 he City of St. Ixuia, Capt. Jan Able, 1 'm the Anchor-Lino packet this evening nt C o'clock for New Orleans and all intermediate landing. Win. Matron and Tony Kldrtdire are her clerks. TiiK O.-I.inc packet Bolle Shreveport, Capt. ii. Wach Thompson, will pass down this evuninjr at I o'clock for 'ick.ihurx Natchez. New Orleans and all intermediate landings. C'&arlof Church and Lew liriggs are her clerks, u Thk Kate Adams, Capt. Mark Ii. Check, i the I'nited SUitcx mail packet Muminy evening atoo'cI'K-k for Arkanan Cily and all way Innd irt it. W. C. Hlenker in in charxe of her otlice. The Adams connect at Terrene uiouth of White river, with the Ida Lee lor nil points on Arkautiaii river. The Dean A dan lb, Capt. Milt It. Harry, will arrive thia morn in? and leaver aeniin thia evenii.fr at 5 o'clock for nil points on While river, going throuirh to Jaokaonport and raaktiiff con nectioiiit with packets fur upper White and Black rivers. Walker Outlaw i in charge of her oltice, assisted by Hugh Smith. (UKKCKAL AKWS. licsiNEss moderate. Tennessee and Cumberland rivers are rising slowly. - SuiXAi. .Service report: liiver 9 feet 1 inch decline 9 inches yesterday. The Charles 1. Choutvau will get into New Orleana with TUUU bales of wtton. TiiR fog was thick yesterday evening, and will be troublesome to steamers afloat. Capt. IL W. Liuhthitrnk left for Louis ville a day or two agu, and will return Monday. Hal Ayw.ett, late of the E. AV. Cole, went out second clerk of the Kate Adams Thurs day. RfiCRiPTahv rivor vpstrdav. TlflS lmlra of cotton, 18 bales of seed-cotton and 934 sacks of cotton -seed. jabe BooKKn has resigned the second clerkship of tho Kate Adams, and is open for an engagement. The government steamer Mis-sihwippi paired down yesterday morning with tow of tone for Wilson's Point. Thk Henry Tyler reports two Ioats loaded with Pittsburg coal stranded over at Island 10, and one at barfield'h Point. The H. II. Springer, from New Orleans, paused yesterday morning, discharging here 590 packages, and had 700 ton for the Onto river. The hog chains on the Jav (rould let ?o bnck of Cairo Wednefdny niyrht, letting her -ter.i down four iet. My Cliot;e towed her to Muund City for repairs. The Arkansas City passed upahout noon yesterday, diecharging19 bales of cottnn and 175 nacko ot cotton-seed, and adding 1(K) bales of cof ton for re?hipmcnt at Cairo. Mr, Ames Fisher will make the present trip in charge of the Andy Bautn's office and re lieve Robert MtCoy, who gee to his home in iSt. Jacobs, 111., to spend the holidays. Capt. Alexander Mohks, agent of the New Orleans Vnderwriter?, is in the city. He has been un through North Louisiana nnd Ar kansa. ana expects to leave for Indian Bay this evening. He is adjusting risks.' Tuk Vint Shinkle arrived from the Ohio 1 river early yesterday morning, with 400 Inns, and ; left in the afternoon with 760 barrels of oil, 40 : barrels of molasses, 150 bales of cotton, a good i lot of sundries and several passengers. Montgomery Adwrttier, 18th j Capt. Pratt, of the steamer Alabama, reports it very I dull all along the river. Comparatively tittle j cotton remains in the country adjacent to the ! landings, and business is getting to be very slack, j The Eckert arrived from the wreck of the , Josle Harry yesterday with 15 bale of cotton, the j shufts, engines and boilers of the ill-fated boat. I She will leave thi evening or to-morrow for the wreck of the Will Kyle, to see what can be saYed. , and raise her if possible. TnE Charles Morgan passed down to 1 New Orleans yesterday morning, discharging 59 packages. She picked up i'WW sacks of eorn below Cairo, added 1(K) tons of freight and 20 (a.-fengers here, and when she got away her guards were down in the water, and her cabin regie tr showed 'E pasnengers besides deckers. Among her patsengcrs were Mrs. Capt. Albert Stein, mother of the Morgan's youthful commander ; Alices annie and iSallie 8teia, his sitters, and Mrs. Capt. Harry Stein and son. Pine Bi.cff Commercial, Thursday : "The wharf Tuesday was the scene of unusual anima tion. The steamers LlaLte of the Adams Line. the bull old tar Capt. K. W. Outlaw on the decks. Will Jtarby ofTiciating at the desk; Van Kttan, Capt. Muriselinan : Joe l'e tore, tho veteran Capt. ' John A Williams in command, James N. Thomp son clerk. The two latter are of the Memphis and Arkansas Kiver Packet Company. An agree able dancing party was had on the I'elers Tues day, at which thre wa general enjoyment. Our steamers are doing good business."' Cait. W. P. Fuweils, of Memhis, is mentioned as masterof the new lighthouse steamer for the Mississippi river. He is utrongly recom mended by pilots in the New Orleans trade. Capt. Flow ere is well known in thene waters, and uni versally regarded as thoroughly tniirtcnt. and no better selection for the responsible KMtion could be made. His experience as pilot in the Mississippi dates way back previous lo the war, and since the war was in various packets in the Anchor-Line service. At present he is on the K. W. Cole, in the Memphis and Vicksburg trade, and held in high eieem for sobriety and strictly moral character, as well as for his competency as pilot. Few men liv to-day who are his pier as tu knowledge of tho Misttisfippi river. PirrsjitKO Isader, Wednesday: "Laflt evening a young man named Frank Wilson ar rived in Allegheny. He. is on his way to New Or leans, and intends traveling all the way in an open skiff. He lives in Crawford county, and be ing in poor health be thought a trip of this sort would ne beneficial to him. Starting from the head of French creek he floated down the Alle gheny river, and while he was troubled a little with floating ice, be expects to be beyond the in fluence of this climate and appears confident that he will make the trip successfully. On his arrival at New Orleans ho will cross the sr ulf to Florida on some larger craft, where he will pas the winter in hunting and fij-bing, and in the spring he will come up the Atlantic coat to New 1 ork, from where he will return tu his home." WEATHER AND RIT ERA. Or kick Sick a l Skbvick, U.K. A.,1 Memphis, Tknn., Iecember 21, 1883. J The following observations are taken at the same moment of time (1:0 p.m.) at all the stations named : Chan gee. Above low water. Rise. Fall. Feet 1 Inch Feet Inch ! Feet I Inch Cairo Chattanooga Cincinnati I Davenport n IDubaiue... fFort Smith Helena -Keoknk. 1 La Crosse. Leavenwo'th Little Kock Lonisville... NewO'leans Omaha Pituburg... Shreveport.. St. Lou ii.. ISt. Paul. Vicksburg.... 1 'Kelow high-water nark. 174. t Below bench mark. IFroien. New Orleans, December 21. Arrived; Billy Kilby and barges, Memphis, Departed : John A. Scndder, St. Louis. Boats are detained by fog, Pitthbsjrg, December 21. Noon River S feet inches, and falling-. Weather cloudy and cold. Night River 2 feet 11 inches, and falling. Weather eloady and eold. WheTclikq, December 21. oon River 5 feet 9 inches, and falling. Weather clear and eold. Night River ft feet 7 inches and fail ing Weather clear and cold. Locwvilljc, December 21. Noon River falling, with 6 feet 2 inches is the canal and S feet lu inches in the chute on the falls. Business dull. Weather cloudy and moderating, with snow all night. N arrivals or departures. Cincinnati, December 21. Noon River 11 feet 3 inches, aad falling. Weather elbady and cuol; thermometer 31c. Arrived: I'. P. Schenck, New Orleans. No departures. Night Riverll feet 3 inehes, and stationary. Weather clear and cool; thermometer 3uVrrirdi James W. tiaff, Mem lhit . - . vAK8viixK,December 21. Noon River itationary.with 87-10 feet by the gmuga. Weather el ear and cold, with heavy snow last night v ther mometer 2s. No arrivals or departures. Night River rising, with 8 feet by the ganr. Weather cloudy and eold; thermometer 23 to 3L!3. Arrived and departed: 'Cons Millar, Cincinnati to Memphis, t p.m. Cairo, December 21. Noon River fall ing, with 13 feet inehes 7 by the range. Weather eloady and eold, with snow last night. Arrived: Paris C. Brew a t New Orleans, midnight; City of Baton Rouge, New Orleans, 2 a.m.; Centennial, New Orleans, 3 a.m.; Cons Millar, Cincinnati, 5 a.m. Xparted: Paris C. Brown, Cincinnati, 1 a.m.: Bella tShrereport, New Orleans, 4 a.m.1 Ceas Millar. Mem nhisu 6 swm.; Fatare City and barge. New Orleans, II a.m. Night Kiver Lit feet inehes and falling. Wather etlaady and cool; thermometer A ''. Arrived: bauirer, Ohio river 1 p.m.: Port Kads and barres. New Orleans, 1 p.m. iepartea: r.Dtuirer. soutn, z p.m. UiW Additimt ml i?tW Jfase JWf Pa. , MOT EX EXT or Ot'CAJI BTKAJtERsV. New ORLEAm, December 21. Cleared: Huntington. Bremen. J. FRIEDLANDER, AitciiiTEcrr. "DLAXS and speeiteatioai of any kind f haild- J. inaa maae at very moderate tarau. aac JaasMMUe Taaaail. ST E A.M BOATS FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. kt,Lnl mmH 5f w Orleans Aertasr I. in (7. Is. MjU I FOR CA1K0 ANI iT. LOCIS. City of Helena, Carrell master. x? "--vi Will leave the Elevator Building SUMaY, Dee. 2kl. at lUa.a. For insight or pa'age apply to 0. L. Ham.. Pas. Atrt. Al STOKM. Sn.pt. FOR LOU1SVI LyA NlMl XCIXXAT1 nf-naphia and Ohio Rlvrr Pxrkrt a FOR J.OIISVUXE xo C1XCISSATI Steamer Andy Ilaum. r -.TT II. J. Vinton ....master. rWill leave from Klevator TUESDAY, Deo. 55th, at p.m. r or information inquire on board or to R. W. I.KIHTnt'BNK. 1. F. A T. Art. .7 V-nrfe FOR PADCCAH. For Osceola, New Madrid, Hickman, Columbus, Cairo. Paducah. an-l nil way landings tftcsiuer II. A. Tyler, jjj J. E. Massenaale master, leaves as abore THIS DA V, Doe. tM. at 12 ra. All freight will ioeive-j at KlevaUir. For other information apply on bAaTt'r at KI-r;tor. FOK ARKANSAS EIYKR. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Bl'ilT. Little Kock and through to Fort Smith POOL I.IN'ES. Toe leters, sfi J. .. Williams. ..master I J. N. ThnrnpA(ii...cleik Leavos SATURDAY. December 2Jd, at 5 p.m. For freight or pa fa re apply on board, or to JOHN N. HARBIN, Sup't. 2S.i Main at. IT. C. TOWK, Aercnt. fot of .Tcfferton t. FOR NKW ORLEANS. aeulhera TrnKpertsitln Llns For Vicks burg, Nat "hex and New Orleans Steamer Belle of Shreveport, jsp. i. W. Thompson.ma.ter. Sr&iasft LeavesTIUS 1)AY, le-eniber 2Jii, at & p.m. For froht or paasaee apply to . II. 0. LOWK. Agent, foot Jefferson st. St. aonia and xsw Orleans Anrher IJue Mail FOK NKW OliLEANS. City of Nt. louitt . jgSSf. Dan Able...master, sssacjC1 " ! Will leave the Klevator Paildin, SATl KDAY, Dee. M.at6 i.ui. Forfreight or passage applyfl 0. 1.. Bin 1'h-s. Agf. AO STORM, Sup't. FOK WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Pkt Co. IT. . MAIL LI.VI- STR. CHICKASAW, jjj E. C. Postal master C. M. Postal clerk ' roH tlaremlon, netvtalla BlnfT, nets Are, Aa i;uatH,alcli.uMrl aud Nearry. LEAVES MEMPUIS EVKBY WKDNESDAY at5p.m. Through ratex W all points. Freight consigned to "Memphis and White River Packot Co." will beforwaitled promptly. IT. C. LOWE. Awnt.M cf .!.(Trf.p t. FOR ARKANSAS CITY Mnnphln and Arkansas i'tly iackrt4tt. Adami U. iS. Mail Line For Ilelena. Friars Point, Concordia, Terrene, Arkansas City and Pine Bint! It. K. The new Pafsenger Stcaincr KATE ADAMS. r M. R. Cheek.. master I W. C. Blanker clora Leaves erery MONDAY and Tllt'kSDAY. at i o'clock p.m., reserving the right to pass all land ins the captain may doem unsafe. sr Freight received for all polpla on the Arkansas Miver, connecting with the A Jams- L'" Steamer IDA LEE at the Mouth of Whit river. Responsible) rate and prompt delivery gnaraalccd. For information apply to K. WALWiRTII. No. 4 M:vlinn street. FOR HALKS POJNT. Kegolar Memphla nnd It ale Point &c nil Week ly k.et bteamer GAYO.SO, r W. P. Hall ma-tcr J. D. Fuller -.clerk, will leiive for HALES Point and alt way landings EVERY MONDAY AlN'D TliLRSDAY at 5 p.m. For freight or pacs.'-g np i ! on board. LEEJJNE STEAMERS. For U lend nle, Helena aud Friar Point. Str. alauios Xee. r- Marsb Miller master Tlatt Phodcs clerk Will leave as above on every MoN JAY,WEDN ES 1AY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m., reserving the right topas all landings the captain may dcemunsafe, Omce, No. 4 Madison street. JAVKS LEK. .Tu.. pTirrritndTit. FOB OSCEOLA. Trl-WeeklT I. HMail FarkeC-For Ran dolph, Fulton, Osceola aud Way Landing, Coaihosna, .B J. IT. Cooper, master J. W. Smithcr ......lerk Will leave Memphis every Mnails, WetlueM dnjr and Friday at 5 p.m., reserving tho right to pass all Landings the captain may deem unnafe. For information apply on boarti, or to Mo. 4 Madi son ftrcnt. JAMFS LKK, JR., nporintRdent. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MILT HARRY LIS. E Mem p til White fi It I nek Ulver U.S. nll Faeket. For Indian Bay, St. Charles. Clarendon, levnlls Bluff, Dea Arc, Augusta, Jacksouport, Searcy, Batesvillo, Powhatau and Pocahontas TUe new and elegant pap fencer steamer . JDcan AiSarns, M. K. Harry, master, W&St Will leave Memphis every Saturday at 5 o'clock P.m., connecting direct with the now Ulack River nited State M:til Packet MILT HARRY, for Powhatan and Pocahontas, aud with the Daily Packets to Batoeville and Upper White river. Through Rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. E. R. THOMAS. No. Madison street. Mcmr-his. FOR VICKSBURG. M 31111 IS A.M Vi UltHtiJ PACK fcT. For Helena, ArkanaaH 'lly, Creenvllle, YlekwbnrK and Way ludinirn. The New. Elegant and Swift Passenpcr Prcket, Will f. llayN, r-J Ed. Nowla. i master G. W. FloyTlZTTnierk, Will leave Memphis -tvery TneMlay at 5 o'clock p.m., and Vicksburg tvery Frldny at 12 noon. Cloie conncctiin at Vicksburg with jackets for New Orleans and Yazoo river. Particular aud special attention paid to all Way and Plantation Rusiness. For freight, passage or othor informa tion, apply to if. C LOWE. Agent, root oi eJeuerson street. Meiiiphinaiid VirkHburc racket Compnnr. For ilelena. ArkanMiu t'lly, reenvllle and lekHburar Merebnt and Plant ers) Aecomtuodation Packet Tha New Frint and Elegant Steam or JK. W. COJaE, r.yJTO J. F. Ellison master I M. D. Baldwin .....clerk Leave Memphis, commencing Oct. Pith, EVERY TUESDAY at ft p.m. Leaves Vicksburg EVERY FRIDAY at 12 m. Clone connections at Vicks burg with packets for New Orleans and Y'axoo river. SPECIAL and PARTICULAR attention paid to all way and plantation business. For freight, passage or other information, apply to K. R. THOMAS. Mndinn street. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. The St Francfe KiTer Transmutation Co's Fine Side-Wheel U. S. Mail Steamer lieuc Jacreau.vjC A. L. Banning clerk WILL LEAVE lUMPHIS EVERY TL;nOAY A5IU nATl'KUAY, at 5 o'clock, for Marisnna, the Cut-Off, and inter mediate landings on St. Francis river. O. K. elOPI.IV. Pnperinentlent. MLMPIIIS Grain aud Package Elciator Co. "TTILL PO A GENERAL RECEIVING. FOR- WARIHNO AMI SrOH Gfc Ul'S!KESi. CaTftuSS of eteamboatR and barges loaded or unloaded with dispatch. Freixht delivered in ears ot all mil roads entering the city. Ample storaye room for bulk or sack grain, merchandise, machinery, etc. Freight received aud stored in elevator at owner's risk unless ordered injured. ft. Al.l..WO . Siiiirrintend-nf. ROYAL MAIL LINE To the (lierlar4l. The First-Class Fteamshipe of this Line AM STEKDAM. KOTTERUAMTRriUKDAM. ZAAN DAM, LKt'RDAM, W. A. SCHOLTEN, P. CAL AND, MA AS carrying the I'nited States Mail to the Netliorlnnilr, leave kEW YOKK reirularlr every W KIXNESD A Y. for KOTTERDAM and AMSTKKUAM alternately. First Cabin. r70; Boond Cabin . v: Steerna, u!t; from Hotter dom and Amsterdam. tX. 11. CA.AVX, General Arent, "Sn. 97 Smith Willi. m .tree X.wVt.V. MATHEY CAYLUS' Vm for ofr SS yeara with rrcnt sncceaa by tha physicisiiMof Ptrtu, New Torkaiul Ion(ion, and Kii)f rior to allotborafort.be prosni'tcureol all (tMeti,prnnt or of long atandinr. Put up only In GIim Rottr? enntnining M ObiioiIcs tmch. VVACE CKN'IS, MAKING THKM TUE tUItAPLST CAPSCLE3 IN XUS alAKKET. Prepared by GLIXakCTE, CAPSULES 8oU Etltx Paris. Administrator's Sale. IN pursuance of a decree rendered by the Su preme Court of Arkansas and entered of record in the Probate Court of Crittenden county. I, as the administrator d. b. n. of the estate of 1, W. bnrgett. deceased, will, on aatnrday, Otli Isajr mf JTaitaiMry. 1HH4. in front of the courthouse door of said county, in the town of Marion, proceed to sell to the hibrut bidder, on a credit of 6, VI and 14 moDthf, the land: of said estate, known as the 'l. W. liur- tanas ol sata estate. Known as the 1. w.lii aett Home Place. " in said county, and beins t E Viof the BE H of fr. aeo. thirty U : the S S the Ji'K V4 of fr. see. thirty (30): theNEUf h z the fof thirtv-one (31): all of fr. sec. twntv-T)in t'Jifi: the 8 of sec. twenty (2 ; and the ' W of see. thirty-two l-ti), in township four U) north, range eight ) eat, eonUining one thousand and thirty-four (Iftit) acres, more or less. Purchaser to execute note with approved security and lien re tained on land. Sale absolute and must be made. Improvements on place va'uable. tee. f, 1MJ. W. II. GRlbER, Administrator d. h. n. of I. W. Burgett estate. "Greer k Adams, Attorneys, 5J Eaitt Court street, Memphis. Tenn. MANHOOD tptHif r.Me mi byia. u ef Vltallmut . reaik nana, .kick rtketamlty cam Her. Ma rt.alt. IU. 1 I Vlrtlity. rremtar. Oecsts', aaa A ircaMce saistmg from orvr-work and .teaesa eau. pile mt Vlmlln mat led trre. rSfl.lf as. ttw. Im trblsalsir rrt tiw hu. ntdniai a SOW OPES TO VISITORS. PARK HOTEL! I B. LEXAT, PKOPKIETOK. Second Street, Opp. Conrt Square, The Cater of the City of JrleuapliiM ..... Teonewe. Isasjs 75 ?aita fas 99 jm,ww avay. H. A. THOMS, CE20 UNlJEItTAKER, Set M AI' STREET, MEMPUIS. METALLIC CASES, Caskets. CoSns. Barlal Robes. eie.,et. C.0.1.Ordereby IWecrapk ptly tiled. Memphis Cotton Exchange. Mwwrina. Tairw.v N erraber SI, 1WW. Te th. Stockaoldra rf the MmiliIiu Cottaa Ex ehaB,. Rotldisv Coaapaay t IK eomplianea with a reaoltitioa adopted ay ta. Board of lireetorao the Memphis Collon Ex eh&Bir. at a meetiaa aeld thia a.y, ... ta. an. deraijtaaMl, troateee af the Memphis Cottua Kx eaaztaja Buiidin, Company, hereby make a eall ol 10 per eent. upon the sturk holders, payabl. Di eamber 1. 1S-1, aad aa additieaai call of lu pn eeau, payable Jan a ary 1, liM. C. f. HI NT, President. JSO. S. TOOF. First Viee-Preaideat. 6. B. IjCMjCUXB. InMiuar, Znuujaa, M ft M0RGAS J. KEI.LT. Late of Kelly A 'c ",J.rn. Wholesale GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXI t OMMIKS10. MKUCUAXTS, Ve. KOa 1st Strict 'fJHVoso Itlookl yffinphlst. Tcli nwfH, Woodruff Lumber Company jV. WOOORrrr, rmMeat, jk. t. ll tXSAII, aad Trraa Maunfactiirem ernutl lfler la CYPRESS, POPLAR, COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, OAK AND ASH LUMBER. Doors, Sash, Blind's HoMings, and Building Material denerallj S UV AU PLAXI.XJ MILLS. Xorlh Front SI., Xe;ir Gas Works. O. If. WYKHS. Tt?:nigT. j : MFMPIIIS. TKXXKSSER. i. t. poutei lip run Saccesjiors lo rORIEIl, TATI.0R A CO., Cotton Factors - AX WIIOIYEHAIai: OlSOCKRN, NO. 300 FRONT STREET. : : MEMPHIS, TENN BEAM & OARROLL ' Wholosjilc k Kctail Paints & l'alnlcrs'.Suiiplles, Window Shades, Window Glass, Looking Glasses, Etc.l XO. Sltt M1I ST'tl'rX i : MF.M1'1I1S.;ti:!NKSSKK. T. J. GRAHAM, Sewer Pipe, Fire Brick, Tiles, CLAY, CKMIiXT, LIME, l'LASTElt, BUILDIXJ MATERAL, VASES AXU DRA1X.TILE. 43 mill 45 South Court Hireot, Mem phi w, Tenn. oyer Gold uiioi.ksali: DRESSED WESTERN MEATS, No. 22S "Front Stroot MompTtis Tenn. II. 31. FEKWITSOST, WITH T. LaPRADE WHOLESALE Jfow. .tftl and ao: Main J. A. BAIJLEIT & CO. Pliimher.H9, Gas mid teain fitterM Caooila, OAS-FIXTU.KS, I.OIti:.S, ETC., No. 336 Second Street, Corner Union, Memphis, Tenn. A. D. LAXUSTAFF. A. E. XIEMKYKR. LANGSTAFF itEirr, 5ii:Mtiiis, HARDWARE OllTrr'a 4 -hilled I'l.OVi K. Ifnll'a Sinleau BARBED FENCE WIRE, mr Oar Bf AIKA an Mnnnlsirtarel Trom ttt. Fiiiel St Weill Mb Iron, and In Qaallljr ;lc and Flnlab, are I nrqanletl lit market. ." aar For Kale by W. H. riKl K A ., n t.MIIIIN, TI. X., aud the Trade cmerallj. A. V. K1NGSLAND, Secretary, AXI GENERAL INSURANCE CO. DOM A (JBXKKAl. riKF. A.VI MARIXK BI'NIHKM. A QUARTER OF A MiLLiCN DOLLARS FULL-PAID CAPITAL. I'CKMfOllN. NAPOLEON HIM., H. VI RSTENUKIM, WM, 1. COI.R. JOS. W. CALDWELL, JAMES REILLV, JOHN l.OAl.l K. .S. MAN'SKIKLD. E. M. ATPErtSOy, Prex. V . VU.ti KI!S()-, V.-Frcn. II E RT J. L V , ChlJ-. OFFICE 19 TvttniSOV NTIIFIX M l'.f llfl"l. J. I IticD WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 3To. SSO front street, : Memphis., Tenneee. Linr.RtL advawrh hade ox ro sicixmest, J. M.J1MF.S. C'otlon Snloinn. I tV. W. JAMKS. C.'rooery Silraniw ANDBEW STEWART, Now Orleans. STEWART, GNE & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AO. 370 FROM KTREfTT, MEMPHIS, TEXS, STEWART BROTHERS & COMPANY COTTON FACTORS AXD COMMISSION" MERCHANTS, HV OUI.E4XS. I,OriKI4. jao.8. toor. IU L. JlrUOWA. flfoofilclBowa Wholesale Grocers & Cotton Factors, No. 274 FRONT STREET W. . PATTESOX, CVlln H.ImnanHan4Hn( of Cot torn a SpaciaJty. LiWal Cash AdvaneM Ma4 oa Constunmanu. DAVID PARK HADDEN & Madden AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 270 Front NIreet, - Jlenipiil-, TenueiMe. QPKCIAL ATTENTION PAID TO WEIflniNfl u v, areaouaa. All Cottoa lasarea aalasa ouerwiaa insiraoua. ia laauiua ATI Cntto. Clniek .Me. anH pmanp. retnrn. i. r.nr molln A. B. TREADWELL. A. BJREADlif ELL CO Cotton Factors, YIiolesale Grocers, SO. H TXIO.V STIIEET, MEMPHIS, TEXJf 0TE rOR 8ALB LOW TO TH8 TKADK:. trsj R.lls Basrciac. lO.rmo BaadlM Tie. jeo,wr Pounds Paeon. . SO.) foaadi Balk Barrals Mm x'ork, 1 Paokaaes Lard. MUair.lsVin.far, 0 Ban.lt Malsmi, I.0J Boaea 6oa,. 1 .2TO Baas CofTe., tA K.aa Nails, h HusrasjMaa Saaar, l.UO Barrals cniaar. SVO harr.lt iloar, Barrals Salt. I.VU PaeaaaM Tobaaa. M Brla. Cavkiaa Oil, lOO.uui) Ciar, 60 Uamlt Kic aliuCaaat bak'i TvbtstM Toswther with a full lie. of aH ala.ila. WsMMlrnwMiv. ee. W. offer M. A. raiurisa ak tfca itieawea i.aaeea. also "! a.rll aiale" Skm.K lav ...area, a I isuvai PR1CKK. Oar f-wil 'Ultra. fr nanaiaaaai C'.iMat 9oUoiWd iBilllliarai dTaA0M aada aaaa. JOHN HOPER. Late of Jaa. Roper Br G. W. MACHAF. 1MCRM - Storage Co. &C0. Street. Jf eniphiN, Tenn M. D. PATTEliSON & COMPANY, opiioMite ii:aoiy hotel, JOBBERS, l-Vr.v.v -iir'uo, hi. - FIRE AV1TT & CO ANDREW I. U WYNNE, Memphia BEM. 1. BCSST. TrTTTrTPTTTS, TENN. JOHN M. FARRINGTOS. FarringtoD, AS WELL A8 SALES OF COTTOK. BATi OC1 H. B, TKEADWELU tar. a OoaaicameaU a( Cottoa Marevry I. at roJaJ nwr ml-ery and mad or ertttPl than war, ptiln? an 4 rnttiir.4 OomblntJ. If youhava any blood di-r-e or rkt?i buasor ii i your duly to yourrelf and ostrrity to Uka tha ouly TtteUbla cur, whioh i Hu1'i SpMlle. SwitY'a PitrtAr t n.imxml mm of Tal-iu1 Blod ToUon a tier 1 had ban continod to tho boua fur fiva mnth and bad bn il -rd ttiiU blua-mMrt, calomel and other poinonou" druru un -til 1 a in dciualr. tSwilt'a Succitit.' in lh rniu- dy for this kind ol Mood troipon . Agant Southarn Life Im. Co.i Allanta, iia. For l4SiM(. I hav hn usinr fnr ntnttth op Iwa In ttir household tSwifCa fioi(li' (S. 5. S-t.tha (rrrater lortion of ttbavinr been eotinmed by the lentHle portion of my t a roily, and with tha ha"iiri n lulU. It acted likea charm on my wile, who had beeu In bad health for a lona time, and 1r wtictn lhava paid hundred of dollar for tln,-trn )tti.i medtcinet. It beg-an to build her up fn m thr lir-t doe. Another teuinte nieuiler of iny inii.il took it with equally atttisfaclory rrult. It i cer tainly tha l-ect tonic lor delicti IhJ ci that 1 have ever nwd, and I have tried them all. I h:ic no doubt that want of eiercive, cJoce coiitineiuent in Dorly ventilated houitea, aewer-rn imtpon and lualarial Miiton often produce ickncnn iiuoniour wives, datichtersand sie'er". and I belief e Sw itt' bpeciftc ii the remedy tor all thin ort of blood poiaoumc, t . L.. JU , J. F., guituian, tia. Treatment ofi aiMor For twenty Teara 1 haraaulTered from a cancer on the aide of my neck, near the fthouldcr, and ex haunted the whole etJt.rue ol rfmedie with out any relief, i he cancer grow in ai.me ail the time, the whole uiier part ol my body becatne t-iff and full of ain. 1 had virtUMlly luct the ue of both arm, my rcneral health had broken il wn. and I aaw it waa only a question of time w hiMi lite iUelf would be dcntroyed. In thin condition t cttmmenced the uie of aSil'a Sicoiflc. The tir-t bottle relieved ma of the ttiQ'nvsn in the neck, the aecond aeve me ierfoct of my ariuM, and 1 feel etrona and well in every way. I am a mr man. but 1 would not take for the . od I haveexirienced with Swilt'a Sccitic. 1 believe it will force out nil the poion and cure me. W. K. ROBINSON. Dawaboro. Oa. Our treutiae on Blood and Skin Direa'ei mailed free to apptiranU. THK SWIFT trKCIFIC CO., Drawer Atlanta. Oa. $30,000 FOR 12. afTIVy Kr.lar .Honlnly ItraitlnK I 'I' LI willUkeflaeeintheMasiinie Hall. mm I II MasttnieTenit'le Bnilitinc. in Louis. M JL a4 villa. Ky.. TliurmlHy, IMmmiiImt 27, A lswl'iil l-wllerv ami fair Isravi Ina.. ehsrtered bv th. Legislature ot Kentucky an.i taie. declared leaal hv tit. lualiet i'oiirt in tlie tale. HoikI given to Henry county in the mud ot lUu,st0 for the roni.t tiaymetit of all trire stild. A Rrvulnllon In Klngl. Nainber ISraat lna. atrKvery ticket holler hts own sutr Isor, enn call out the number on his ticketand.ee tlie eorre.rondinir number on th. ta. placed in the wheel in his presence. The. 1'rawina will oc cur on the last Thursday of .vary mouth. Hoad th. mauiflcent Isccember Nrbrntri 1 Prla. . . 1 Prise 1 Prite 2 Prises U.Nsl each S Prises 1.IMI each a ,.l ..( i .. 10,0ii ... 6,1" ! .. .S,ll lO.IHil .. lil.lHI .. M.l.' .. . lti.taht U.Hkil 91 Prises lim Prises ant Prises M Priset llJ Prises Ml each l.l each f' each 3i each 10 each APPROXIMATION PIUZKS 9 Prliat nst each Pris.s li each 9 l'riies ltu .ash 2.Ti o 1... Mm WT Prlie. IllO.HHI M hole 1 Irkela. Hair Tlrkrla. !. 27 Tickets. ,V Tickets. .vKoinit Money or Bank Itralt in l.etter. or send by Kxpress. 1in't hknu ar llKoiTKHki I.rttkk oa PoTomra ttaoKH. until further no tice. Orders of fcraud upward, by Express, can b. sent at our expense. Addre.sall ordersto .1. J. lmiUlLAS, Louisville. Ky., Or to No. est Court street, MemphisTeim. CHANCERY SALE REAb I .ST A TU. Nn. Y. Chancery Court of Sh-Ky rounty -State nf Tennclcc, ii!e, etc., ra. W. K. liiitlcr etal.; and No. 114, It . Cily of Mcmidu. ra. J. K. Cromwell et al 1 i Y virtue of mi in trrlmMilitry decree fur mile. I 9 entered in tlienove caiift mi the Z'th duv (' AuffU-t, lvvl, M. 11. 40, pMKeJ.l will k-I1. t iihh. auction, to the hiirhvtt bidder, in front of the Clerk and Matter' office. courthoi-e of studby county, Meuihii, Tenn., on Nflnrfli.r. Jannary 5. IH4, within lcjcn) hMiri, the lolluwuia le-n rtoed yroy erty, aituatcd in tho city ol Mciiiplua, Sticlli county, Tenn.. to-wit : Part of lota and iNMat aotithwcMt inlerceriiim of Second and ,Mrkct ptreet, frontinu li'-jleei on the weat aide oi SccAitd atrH.t, ud feet mi tho aoiilh aide of Market atreet. Sold n ilic rii erty of the hcira of John F. Cninwe and o. Mile White, doceacd. Term" of Sale--On a credit of aeven (71 month-; turchnaer to execute notewilh approved aeeurit : i en retained and equity ol redemption tmned. hia Irocembcr 14, 11. H. J. MLAt'K. Clerk and MaMer. Iiy J. M. Itradley. leputy Clerk and Miiter. J. W. llanidon, Solicitor. ant HOME 1TEMN. " All your own fault If yon. remain sick when you ran liet hop biltert that n.ver n7 " The weakest woman, wnallest rliiltl. anil Hiekeat invalid, can uso Imp liitlori Willi an let y uml (trent (rood. Old nn'ti tottering around from lilieii liiiiliHtn, kidney troulile or any wiiknea.x, will lx nliaiM new Iiy tiHiu liuj hillerx. My wife and duttxliter Kent made healthy by the tntn of hop bittern, nnd I recommend them to my eople. Mttltmll L'ltrgyman. Ask any good doctor if hop Bitters ar. not th. best family litedicinej On earth. Malarial l't'ver, Airtte and llilimistiesa, will leave everv neixhliorhiMid aa (mmhi kh hop liittem arrive. " My mother drove tho paralyaix and neuralgia all out of her ayriteni with hop bittern." .''. rwgt Sun. Keep tho kidneys healthy with hop bitter and you need not fear nit knew. Ice water in rendered hartnlemt and more refreNhinvi and reviving w ith hop bit tern in eaeh draiilit. The viipir of youth for the ajwd and infirm in hop bittern ! " At tha chni.se of life nolhitit equals HoHbiturs to allay all tMtibles incident Thereto." " The best Hriodieul for ludiea to take monthly, and from whieh they will receive the prealent iK'lielit, in hop bittern. Mothers with hit kly, fretful, niirain children, will enn'theehildren and benelil theinwdvea by taWiii hop hittcra daily. ThmiaandH die annually from Home form of kidney iliHeaao that miht have licen prevented by a timely tio of hop bittera. Itldijrertioli, weak stomach, irrcuularities of the bowels cannot oxist when bop bitters are used. A timely " use of hop Bitter, will keep a wlmlo famllv In robust health a year at a little cost, To produce real renuine sleep and ehild-liko repos. all niaht, lak. a littl. hop bitters un r tiriiif. That indirestion or stomach ras at nialit, pre ventinarest and sleep, will disappear by usinc bop hitters. Paralytic, nervous, tremnlous elfl ladies arn mail. orfeclly quiet and sprightly l.y asm, bop bitters. ioo ui:vaki, "O-is Popular breaua Iha.e ta tin ha.tr nartl If a peak nm hlalily mt H niralhc ajianlitlra. ' nerc airr tae i niu tl allen In II imr, Il renlai4u nn pelan r Itn rl f n I 4ritf n nil ran be taken Iniiir4l miiIi no III rranll. II inatn l t-Mn airlt Inrr ! a r ai . m a-af lnrt- I Ion -!. rairtMi any nniuin vltrnte1 enm ml ( . N t n: It 1 1 1 A ..r t. I -K I ikal ike. reward in Iflerr4 tmr any -mi la cattc laU li . will nl cm re. Vanuraa'tureiloi.ty h J. R. Fvtp, A C'o. Irtrlnnall. Ohio. Hold t.y diusalnla. CHANCERY SALE or HEAL ESTATE No. R. Chancery Court of Shelhy coiinty Plate ot Tenneaace, ue, etc., et al. : and So. lw, 11. !.- w . K. IfuthT City of Memphia ra. n . It. Kennerfv et ml. HY virtue of an interlocutory decree for aala entered in the a trove eau-e on the l-th day ut October, lHKt, M. 11.441, pace 1 will pell at public auction, to the hiaheat bidder, in front of the Clerk and Maater'a office, courthouse of Shelby ooanty, Memphia, Tenn. tu Ha ! relay, Jaiiarf 0, lk4. witbla leal houra, tha follnwina dtirribed prop erty, ait i. a ted in the city of Memphia, Stielny eonnty, Tenn. to-wit : The one-half of lot No, 4, In blork 44, tetn ninjr 16 feet eaat of the eaat line o Canaey atreot, on the north aide of l'uiiUtUtc atreet Uir llrown'a avenue. ; theme eaat with aaid INmlotoe atreot 'H feet to Ant wine'a corner ; thence north with Antwine'a weat line S feet to the eouthea-t corner of a lot formerly owned by Mary Clark and aold by ber to W. T. Kennedy; thence weat with aouih line of aaid Kennedy lot 4V tcct ; thence aouih at riaht aaalea 'Ct'u feet to the berinniti; aaid lt beina of iroauiar dimen-iona and lioundcil on the weat hv the lot of N. Fenater at the nortliea-t corner of rontotoe and Canaey atreeta, and fh aame conveyed by deed a of IVtcr Watmiii in 10 and 172, recorded in I-d HHk No. 7u, pare 311, and No. 11 , pae 104, of the KegMter'a office, and owned by Wm. T. Kenaedy, Katharine H'atiMin, C. C. I'icbinaon, truatee, and I'aniel M. H'il.t.ti. Term a of SJe Oa a credit of art en ') mntha : a nut with aecurity : lien retained; and equity of redenptioa barred. Thia December 14. 1M. K. J. IU.ACK, Clerk and Mwur. By J. M. Bradley, Ieiuty Clerk and Maaier. J. W. Hampton. 8oliitor. etc. aat CHANCERY SALE OK REAL EH TATE. No. tM2S. R. haBcery Court of Shelhy cr.anty Jeremiah Maboney et et. va. t'atrick V aUh et al. HV virtue of an interlocutory decree f'-r aale, entered ta the abote eauae oa the h day of OcUiber, lKk.t, 1 will aetl, at nil Mi c au-. tma, to the bifhetl bidder. In front of the Clerk and Maater'a office, court houae of hhelhy eoual Memphia. Teaneaaee. oa Aalarelaj, leeeaa-er 29, liS, wfthia leral houra, the following dcacribed prop erty, ait ii a ted in (Shelby ounty, Tenn.. lo-wit; beinv lot A of Mnnaarrat, I'Upre A Co. a anbdi viaton, aa laid off on 21at Jane, lin, aeme 'y,nf ea t of and near tbe city of Memphia, front tna 'n feet on Panlaa treat and ruaniog back liS feet to aa alley. Term a ot Rale On a credit of aeren (7) montha ; riurcbaar to eiecate note with peranal aeearity t ten reLeiaed and equity of redeaipUoa barred Thia leceaber K. - H. J. ULACK, Clerk aad Maator. ZByJ. M. Bradley. Itenaty t'lork and Meater. Morvaa MoV'arlaad and tiaaU k .'eUeraon. Boheitori. aat CHANCERY SAT.K OK It E All EMTATE. N. 4.110-Chsacry Caart nf 8helby eonnty MattM A. Pvytua, (uardiaa, .u., vs. Waiter Pevtsa Mai. BY vtrta. of aa Inbsrloeatory dcw?ra. ft.r aal..a. ton. ia th. abov. sjaaa. oa th. ltta day at Iweaiber. IWU, M. it. 41. aaa. M. I will Mil, at r.uov ..con, w un sikhssi muiier, ib front ol th. Cl.rk and Klaster't oftc. eoarta.ua. f bkal I nasir, ienn.,oa Nataraay, Jannary S laaa. wlthla laaraj ho.ra. th. follewln. aewrib.il prop rty, aitaatsnl ia rh.lby tasanty, Tna.,to..itt Lata ttnt. u, 41, 42 aad 43 of tha subdivision or land, of Craven P.rloa. doroa4. as par plaa la Keastar', nffie. of said eeeotr. UtM.k 49, pa.a Sai ;uii, aaid foar lota lyia, .a aet sid. of Peyton avaaa., and aorth af tirMnlaw street aad front, lac aaeh oft feet na s:H ar.aa., aad laaaiur . back weMaardly 1 feel. Term, of fala-iia.-half eah ; balance la and twelr. saoaths; Bote. Warin, ttil.reat, with, M 'urily;lMja retained, .ic. This Iee.inb.r 1 1.I. R. J. Bt.At K. Cl.rk aad ,l..t.r Iiy Oamra. Mall.rv. Ie al Vina aud Ma.ler . 1. H. Mtwa, tivli.itwc, .