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TT3GE MEMPHIS DAILY AP PBAL--STTND A Y, FEBBUABY 1, 1885.
RAILWAY RECORD. IUIUVAL AXD ULFAH'HRE Gt 1RAIXS. MINMSMI'A'I VALLEY RUT. t. Jf. . and T. Ity. In I. Hoc fJannary 13, INKS. KO. OOlNti fcOUTHJNO. i01N( SOKTH. -I - Lv. Vicksburg.. 7 :.ftia.tn!I.T. X. Orleans..: 45 a.m Ar. Natche U :I - a.m'Ar. Natc-bei :'. p.m A r N . Orie j n : ii j p . ur A r. V w k b u ri .. . 7 : -i- i . ui NO. liOINii fulfil. No. 4 UuINti S0K1 U. Lv. Ai union is... a.in.Lv. X. Orleans,,? p.m A r ik-ifim 12 p.uil Lv. Viok?b urt.fi :Mi a.m. A'. V .-. burg p.uijLv. i, reeiivilie..(i :v a.m Ar. X. Orleans b:tnj a.m Lv. tlyiena 2 :0 p.m , J Ar. Moinphis...w5: p. in Pi UuTin Fd!;tcc Dniwinj-rooni and iSlecuing Cir- trnin.-Nt.s. 3 aud A between Kansa Cuv New Or car JAS. 6. DAVAM 0.n. Pass. Ae't. JAS. M. EDWARDS, V. P. ana S!m!, 1,"D Memphis. Tenn. Mail train leaves at 4 :."0 p.m. ; arrive at l(i:4- a.m. ivirdis accoin nooutirn leaves at 3 p.ui.: ;irrtv.;a ht J a.m. I'nMut train leaves (-inly ex pt Sunday! at 7 : 10 a.m.; arrives it itlv exi't'i'i Suudiy at t, p.m. Trains moff icivvj; N...B ifaat line tUiiy) le tvod t S:lOs.m. N. 6 (Fulton accoui:aoda-ti-.n duly) leaves at p.m. No. 7 U.ift hue d.iilyi i.rnve? at 1 p.m. Vi. 8 tFulton accoin Bjf i iti-n dtiiy. arrive :it '.: V. a.m. Jleit.it uuii battle x-wvk Trains mow as loib'W . (renira.1 suindard time): So. i .oaves daily at i:ln p.m.; arrived at 10 .." p.m.; i-io. 3 le ivon .it.5 hi,:,!.; r.r i vt? d a f 8 ;40 a. m. ; No. 5 irt:: r eave UopsBeli d;.uy, exobti oar day, at: Op.ro.: arrive? at fi :0" a.m. IM V 111" ),. ii N : S ll 1 t Tr.V? U0T8 as full.': Ka.t uatl arrives d.i.!y 4:30 a.m.; leav-3! at .I:.i0 r..:u.: nia-i ipoi daily at 9:0 a.m. L aw'tl- ..-;);n nui-jpon Iojy99 daily, exv:'tbin(i:,i:;0 t'.ni.; :i. -.u amvs d.Lily at 4 :.ryj ( ..ii. i5rown-m.iv ...r1..aO'i.,ti'ji.'. , rriveg daily, except SunJay, a: 6.4) a.m. ..standard time. M-iunhU ftnt M&rtesfon Trains move as f .llowf" : Itirooch eiirne Leaves dnily at 6:45 p.ui. Mali and ei'-rec dnily at 9:12 a. id ouiortillB ar.f.:uiui'dH;iiTi l?wc- datiy, excopt Sun Liy, at 44', p.m. jhronua exprs arrires da:.ly 10 40 a.iu. M.i'i and e-i-reso atrtr-i '-la-'iy at 10 :lo p.m. Somervuie ,to0omm datron vriv -i m i ! y . t -. : ' -.. v, ; f : an. Tramp leave M. anJ I. -itp.-t a fiillows: Kanta Ci: v cTprens leaves d iily at 11 :Oita.io. ; arrive at 4::;" p.m. Kaiic City mail leaves daily at 6:UU p.m. ; arrives a H ;i". .m. it Louie an- Chiracu expren.j lesvet? d:ily nt p.m. : arrives t 12: 10 lex.is Pi!-r."- leaves daily at 11 :0U a.m. ; "-i (t 1 ? : -J i rinon. i'ro'ifhi ani ticknit tdfice, So. 31 MadiBoD street. THE BEST flair rfnmtivc in 1be world !s Hall's ILur HiwLV. LU. 1' i tin - ail dt 3cuts of lilt; ("hi. aiid .siiniu! :s tao rir irbmU ! ho:ii:Luul a ti". it tin l':Jiinu'V.f liio liair; pr--vt ti'.s its turirvr rray ; cures li.iUiius, rc-'on s joitiiif'ut color and frii-!iii o n;1M.';ir:iii'- t Ifitdn airoadv whire with az-. 'I!:.- followiusj aru a it-v iliuatrjiwu- ui' vliut is Uuut? by HAL V53t2.U3 Sizi HAIR REKEVER: r- Mrs. ilrx?T?-iuiT,ff FranUi Jr, 7?r.--.:. ' , ,J 1 '.. n .- r a -. w, . rx tf 1- r-. -,.."!) t ! (? 1.- -..I, f-ii.. 1. r l..:r r-l.-i-..'.;.- , f .. ir,(f ( T, i rw n m- ; j . C io b cf lkAVii IIa'.b J-.: --'K'":t it i in buu, Lia ii... uj wui u ki.e a j Ma. K'-Liv-ri, cM f--r, rf-ir T,ir . : 1. ..i a- -r l . v ar . ! ..r I. it. a.d v ! ..t 1-l.'th. row n of It f-.d bt. . .m? m-iiy wLiic. Or..-i It't-f II vllN liiin lit.rv. t;;.i.p.d it f ' o ,t, e: i ff-.ve i .n a t. i- Ji;s;.r ..:-.t Lj J ol ii:r, ti bruu u aaa iruhk- Lc clt L-ii. sT Mr. A. T.WalI- G'enfit!t, Cheshire fr ? , vr.'- : -I hr,.; f 1 f :.( t-:.- t-:,f in ra ti.t- tttT li at-L's I'air i:nEER, i; I iv,. P'-" r. 1 n:y 1 r, v I ;i v,4 r .i :. t if, aud r- Land Ucr:.:.: c-r.v r'n.Fjn, e:t I-'r it, Mi- h.. rfn'f-- t'".l l!.l.L'i ILvIil i.JNl.Mrt U l..vi. r.: r-r h.i.r a--v j, it d bak the Daluiai Colr iu f-ui.J a:,J iTry Lj.r. $- P. F. Ft tttt. ClmrlU. W. r si : (-, c b I-, 11 ai Liai it 1.e.tw i r itv-n d lUj L.:;r to i;s nlr.( u;itel colwi ininr'ou Mh-tnnrr eviUr hio the pcinpo-r.in of II.LLs li.UK I;rNKWi:i:. rvA it is irt a In t !.. in -n.- ilh'W Mil r it Lii'.t? I::';--! .-rre Lh r -l-i:n to tiit S' :!;; us a r-vfiiiite t f d. -j -a--. Im cC fts ar.- n:sTt:rul had hstir-.r, f n l it i r. -t k I iic hair dry i... ! hra-liv, f:u- . - allt J rL-turoliVus Coiii- Buckirsshani's Dye 10B THE W;HISKBRS 1;. in f'-r.r rr-ppet?. snpf-rinr to all othr r. 1-t It will ppi.li.'L a r;i !i, natural col'-r. l-mwn f t liLfk, ns tl- -in d. .l 'I h- ' il r s- i null i -i .1 i I'lTmr.nrrit, r-inn'tt L w::! '1 ' d'.idid v. i.l ti"l n-ii ii:y t iii i : C w:'h v !,', : i: cr,i!K' i'i cuuta-t. Hi li i-; n -in'i- prfi anti in, and mora rr-avri i-nt of iv. li.rali 'U tli-j.ii uziy oilier l.airor whi-k. rl.o. 4;h It routalii- no (Wtrrfnus Itvttp-tli- rjt-. as thj many .rii'a;a:ioi olivrcU v-r Lke uc. PREPARED BT E."P. II ALL Ai t()M Nashua, N. t PoU by all drdLTs in rr.cdicices. )1 r I y .: THE UN1VEH3AL FAVORITE! m mm mm. m m m TAKES Tim LF..1D. MANfFACTlRED DY II. A. PATTE11S0X & C0M "OEASOX.S WHYIiIi-:eMi:Ll.ROAII3 SO I XV iw.i'-iiar: . . 1. It doc Dfit fo.it.nn any r-ernicioua ingredi ents injurii'Ui' to br tiiii. 2. it is inH.ie tf tha c ncet Viztfima leaf. 3. It if ftivmyj uuiioriU. 4. It Ik in-et tr-im ril. 5. It ik tbe btest i'.,biicco for tLe money to be founJ. A l'-Pif exi-T'nrc h i" tanicSt un that the (rrftit Efa-i-itv ol t n ti 111-K ; tfm..l artfie at a m'dt- rate irn-e. Our MiWl K4l 1 4tt4 o iuetU the d'jrcjHnd. ar.d all w a? k is a test ot Ud merit. Manutacturcd '.-iily i y Ii. A. PATTERSON & CO., Kk IiiiioihI. ii. - 151 III Injiorter and Dealer in LI0U01S I Mlii 332 Front St., Bet. Monroe ami T'nion. jltrnptiix. For 1 5 years at 37 Court Place, now at 32:arketStroet, a 7w et. T. ird and Fourth, forms of PRTVAT CHKONiU pud, SIJCUAL JDLi- iporniatorrha and Impotency, u f c pi-jtt of fir ai.u io t' vjr?r -f ft. or 'jtlaer "u, r. ic t'-".t Nrt"--!lrj1 ....e'iv tit! y-.v -Tj a. il-i .Wc G LEE Ti"''"- "--i; t er.-. V L Cur-s Gna.rajo.teed la nil Caaoa PRIVATE COtTNSELOK (ivi writ t,, or i1n, vt.j tar ibrry L vo-.ti.d t-' r-.J t- mi. t'-- . .-v SCROFULA CORED. Er. L. A. Guild. Atlanta, tCy- B- B. B. cure Vm. plock of a terrible case o.'eftrofala, which affeeted the entire elbow joints. Another Case. East Point, Ga., April 2, 1RX4. My wifo hag been afflicted wuh a terrible foim of!crofnla for over fifieen yean. Phy'iciaai ex hausted their skill, and numerous patent medi cine! we'e used without bucfit. Her condition irrew worse her appetil. failtd. attended with debility emaciation, falling out of tha hair and x frightful breaking out of tbe skin. Her bones became very much diseased and painful (some calling-it white iwellinir), with sleepiest nights nd a iteneral feeling of horror. Borne friend said that B. B. B. would cure her. I procured it and nlaccd her upon its use, and to the utter as tonishment of all who knew her the recovery was moid and complete. It acted as a powerful tonic, 8re her a splendid apretitj and acted nn the kidneys. A few bottles did the work. Th. action of B. B. B. was decidedly,,quick, and ttv medicine eost but little. I advise my lriends to nse it as a blood purifier. Yours truly, R. M. LAW SON ISlood ioisoir r . P.'W-.of Hampton, Ga., has recently umerged' from one ol the most remarkable cases ,.t v.ncA Prison on record. His body and limbs v..i i... than 4u0 small nlcers his bones tor ,.rfi,;,n ith nains his appetite failed his kidneys presented frightful symptoms-anil all doctors and loO bottles of tha most popular Blood Poison remedy failed to give him any relief. He aecnredUJ. B. B., the eonctnuated quick euro, .-j t,. kottlea healed the ulcers, relieed his Oil, - - , j A ' -- I il 1 i. ul.l t-lii; rV--il2J4-T '' i i "i"r nt. llns lifeline was tjllowea by s L,'.""!" i.!.i..i' :ui.r.i,ir:t wiiiie heavy buving for long account, f f ;;b" f '.".'.'"i1"-1. 1 vhich started "some of the bears to j u 1 ' ;-stsAi ) kl-' : r.7Uw t overing antl an advance of to 2 per A-vij-' ",;;L".?'7?Nk ,'xut. ensued, tbe latter Delaware, and a '' V.":"1-. iludson. Lackawsnna f-.llowed with a 'i iTxSffl u !; l: ' ' - 5;-,; S . ! t i R T 1 V5 t. ' :il ' , in to,.- . Z -EJJMr- n4fTj4v j ffi. . b KTtrlia j lr"pw.rt.- - -e. W-ttl-Tf-j-h T-i Titi ri 4 1 .ilt !. ---'I'I f'T IriiKitt-; J:- : I. -?rs. ' ,i. ..... m. aonetiu. jaan, ctjreu """''" A nd made mm . a T' ''" d sylvani Central, 51 ; Reading, 18. Tiie ncaai.culu jallnameaBdcorr-aj-onawwa i Ihe rate cI dunt for FINANCE ATsTD TRADE The money market is quiet aud un changed in every respect. Cotton was not doing bo well yesterday. Declines in Hew York and unfavorable re ports of the tone of the Liverpool maiket caused an absence of interest. Tbe mar ket openifd and closed easier, with mid dling quoted at 10.1c, and sales of 14(H) bales, none of which were to expTfr3. Receipts were STli bale, of whicltsSi) were by river, 25 by was;on and otherwise, the remainder being by rail. Shipments, 170S bales, of which bS4 were by steamer north, and none by steamers south. Stock, ll 6, 2S7 bales. Xew York spots closed quiet, with middlinsr quoted at UJc; futures clos ed easy, February quoted at 1 1.12(ajll.l3, and other months 4 to 6 points lower. New Orleans spots closed easy at 10c; futures cijeed quiet, February quoted at 10.620? 10.03, and other months declined 3 to 5 points. Liverpool spots opened and closed dull, in buyers' favor, quoted at bWbJd; futures closed dull, February, 5 til-lild, sellers. Tot'ftock at Liverpool Januarv 3oth, 82:5,000 bales, against 7!'I8,000 bales same time last year. Keceiptsat all United States ports yesterday, 11,515 bales. In general trade there is nothing new. Business was moderate and prices un changed. .Receipts and shipments yester day were as follows: istroKTS. Soven hundred and seventy-eight sis bran, 13 pksts butter, ? I pkgj boots and shoes, 12,000 bu corn, 2 cars cotton-seed, 1200 sks cotton-seed oil-meal, 2 pkgs cheese, 75 sks coil'e, ,S2 kd cattle, .S3 pkgs dry goods, 52 pkgs eggs, tit;3 brls tlour, 33 hd hogs, 1 car hay, 21 hd horses and mules, 19 jikus liquors, 100 brls meal, 8 earo oats, 50 brls packed pork, 50 brls silkw, 70 hd sheep aud 76 pkgs tobaeco. EXPORTS. One hundred and ninety-one brls ap-p'e.-t, 111 rls bagging, 47 tcs bacon and h:mis, 41ti sks bran, 2S brls beans and peas, 63 pkgs butter, 134 pkgs boots and shoes, ijit'l bu corn, 400 brls cotton-seed oil, 3207 bks cotton-seed oil meal, 1S1 pkgs cheese, 178 pks collee, 40 hd cattle, 142 pkgs dry gc-ods, 9S0 brls tlour, 120 hd hogs, 714 baits bay, 50 hd horses and mules, 110 bdlsiron tii, 1S2 pkgs lard, 2J cars lumber, 84 pkits liquors, 400 bris meal, b4 brls molasses, 3ti2 i gs nails, 3498 bn oats, 72 brls onions, 77 bib potatoes, 10 cars bulk pork. 74 brls packed pork, 14 hhds Bugar, 204 brls sugtr ard 106 pkgs tobaceo. FINANCE. Vouey 8 per c.-nt. on satisfactory col la'.eral. The following table shows the clearances aud balances, the rates of ex change and prices of local stocks and Ik Is at the eloe of yesterday's business: CLEARIS0U0USE STATEMENT. Clearines ...J f..n.W ... 1 jll.M 2t .... l.J.Ui.1'4 -'S ... 1 ;:i'.l.ai 4i) .... l,2;i 21 ... 7,s;j.-j;3 .M ... o,i!S,3.s2 o3 II ".l.Tncefl Ii7.4-.l til iV,,D 74 :S,iK.:i43 2,i 2,'l.2s,l 40 2,4. i 211 1,S1H,, 71 1,102,!AIJ vl Jar.nary 31st 1 this week. i . 'ai last week 8-t. i week 14 .10 week W", i o.'ai J;,nu-ry, l T'.;1 January, A T.iife fi ,r Ja-iu ary the pastsix years 5,)6,011 Ol) 1,150,772 00 EXCHANGE. No'7 ork di61' prem e.. Enslaud sit-'ht dis Nt: y Orieaus difi if par BANK STOCKS. oM.ommerce... US'? i2u bid 1 '.' 1vi. .'.'.lJ-4 123 bid 1- irs, National.... a.in Natiuual M.: I Mart in National I i. .on and i'tanters a. ...... .fit :'e lutllc INS1T.ANOK STOCKS. 6? I;. . It City 10,j L'.!.'.liV! H Hi-; .'.'..'.li ' ' x 'to ... aim Al,l" bid i. rti.eti i: j-h is Cuy :.i.i.:r0ilt il: 'Hand' Ariiittftun.... RAIL V' A V STOCKS M niphis and t-h.tiies;on Mi.- -issi' pi and iennessee . 4 , 4i , 2pm . 5i 10 i.o nsville and Na.-hville il. tile anu Ohio RAILWAY BONDS. tpphis tuy ..101 isins .iiphi? ,t Cliarle-ton 2d niort. 7s (ISSo)llH) iiiphis X Cilarleston consuls lnl liii-bis i- Lirtie Kot'k, 1st mnrt. Ss 1"2 -issiiiiii i lt-nuess;e consols A. ....... 123 r.Hr2 l lot 'vli) m issippi jl Tiinssee consuls B 1L4 MISCE1.LANEOIS. T- xinc-Distri.-t cuaii r..iiiire bonds T1li "i 71. apiiis to:le Ciuprus to pxl I'Mtut y, ciphis lias 'Jompany stock stl (. Ki niphis lias C.imp icy bonds 1"2 ol!H (list (llJt (' (k t- 42 in. V. at. to. b 'Dds, ac-jrued mt St mphis Water Company stock tuphis City bonds, old 3' typhis City compromise bonds ui phis C,l y cuiiuous trom old bonds 36 .nil. his City coup. Irotti eo.up. bjnds W y- -iiiplns Citv letlcer balan ttiiphis t.ttv juuui ts ,rn eou.aioonds j,i!.phis City p., vine indebtL-dncss.... '. loy county (tm. Jt Onio It. R.los.l ft Ii ri if .'it (a, s.5 ii eiby county l.M. A O R.R.) long. ..lit; ,-ioy cotic:y warrants tieer Co;t:,n Mills t ,ic. buil. bonds, ac. int. addedpar Ity Ttl'7rnpb. New York, January 31. Monev easv. i t;l per cent., closed oiiered 1 per cent. line mercantile paper, 4(-t o per cent. erUne exchange bankers' bills steady, ;,j; uemantl, 4St,l. Imports of ppecie the port of New York for the week n'ed to-day, $101,000. Weekly Bank Statement Loans, e ease, $."70,00i) ; specie, increase, 1,822, O; legal tenders, increase, $3,0O0; de i;ts, increase, 5503,000; circulation, in vu.ue,?10,tVJ0; reserve, increase,il,757,0'JO. io banks now hold $ ,3,&r0,000 in ex- of legal requirements. londs Governments tjtiiet. Railways o.tdy. State securities fairly active; Ala titia, class A, sold at SS; Georgia gold 7s . 112, and North Carolina consols at S2J. stocks There was a weak tone to the (ck market at the opening of business lis morning. When the bears raided ,al siocks ou reports that the Pennsylva ia railroad intended to reduce prices on anthracite coal, great pressure was brought 1 1 bear against Lackawanna, and stock iropped 1 per cent, from last night's odne price, to 874, with larsre sales. On t le way down Delaware and Hudson made 'ill lar.er decline, selling oil lj, to OS. !at transactions were small. Jersey Cen ral went olT 1J, to 32j, and Heading de 1 lied only l,"to 153. simultaneously an I'Utck was luatli-on St. Paul and some of the Paciiic roads-, a.l of which yielding for tue time. St. Paul went olf ), to 70' ; Ca- t'ailian Pacific 1A, to 37; Missouri Pacific 1, to 94, aud Central Pacific j, to 26$. Out - i,le the shares mentioned the de . ,i!ie was fractional, within Jff J per .13 of 1 i per cent, and tiie remainder of ,,:tive shares advanced J to 1 per cent. In iiis rise WeKiern Union and Union Pa cific were conspicuous, selling up to 58 1 and 4fi resp"c:ively. During the aftornoou i.tie markt-t bi'catue quiet, and prices digged off to I per cent, but in the last kali hour business was of renewed firin- .ets, With a general advance, which carried quotations higher than btfore lor -onoe stocks and about up to the best (igures previously attained for most others. Late dealing were characterized by con siderable spirit and there was an improved feeling generally, which was stimulated iy advices that west and east-bound ton nage from Chicago this week reached the unusually large total of 70,000 tons, and that east-bound freight rates were leing firmly maintained. Eria de clined to 12J on London reports hat stock and bondholders wouid be uked to pay tbe syes-:ment for the par pose of liquidating the floating debt. The market closed firm. Illinois Central lent it 1-32; New York Central, Lackawanna, Union Pacific and Delaware and liud ou at 1-64, and others flat to 1-12S per cent. Compared wim last night s closing pries re i to i per cent, higher for Central t'acitic, Northwestern, St. Paul preferred, Lackawanna, Delaware and Hudson, Lou svil'.e and Nashville, Lnke Shore anil Western Union, and i to 1 percent, lower for Canadian 1 acin.t, Canatla boutiiern, Missouri l'acinc.lvauHas and Texas, Krie,8t. Paul and Union Paciiic. Oregon Navigation fell olf i, to CO, and advanced to 02. The $a!es el Dtock for tha week were l,42t,3i0 shares. . Transactions aggregated 221, 000 shares, as follows: l'', six) Lackawanna, 18,000 St. Paul, 11,000 Union Paciiic, 13, 000 Western Union. Closing quotations were as follows: GOVEBNMKNTS. v. s. ), low. IHs, 1124. 4s, 121-,-i. l'acinc 6. of 1S65, 12. BONUS. O. P. finiU. 110. I V n,.r,,l.. Kfi. T. P, . land (rrantj, 33. T. P., Rio ii. Hit., bi'i la.hii.-h A H i:kes. S'i. t;. V. tirsts, ll'. l.uisiana consols, 75. M i.-s,,uri 6, 102. St. J-.Sfrph. 1,6. :. I'.i a.C. tirsU, 17 Tcan. 6s. old, 44. 1,. P. land grants, 103. 1. P. sina fund, 174. Virginia 6, 3y. , Ya. con., cx-m. c, 38. Ya. con&ols, dtd. 4's. leuB. 6s. new. 43. STOCKS. Ad.imf Exrr"s. 131. Allesrneny Central, 34. Alton X Tcrre 11. , li. A. ii. Il.pfd.7,i!4. American Express, 90. IJ..C, K.i.V.r'.i Canada Pacific, 37. Canada Southern, 2J. iVntral Pacific, 27!. (Jhesaiake A' Ohio.ol. 0. O. 1st pld., -J'i-C, 4 0. 2,1 pfd, !e:i. Ciuaeo A Alton, 131. C. i A. rfd, 1st. C..B. 0.. ft. L. Ji N. U., 83. Mobile 4 Ohio, 7. Morris X Essex, 116. Nash. 4 Chat., 31;4. N. J. Central. 33. N. W.. t-ld. 2o. Northern Pacific. l.M- Northern I'ac. pfd., 3' Northwestern, B'-i,. Northwestern pref, 125. N. Y. Central, K7'4. Ohio Central, l'i. Ohio tk Mississi,pi,16J-4. Ohio 4 Mis', pld, 63. Ontario Western, Vf.i Oregon Navigation, 61. Oregon Trans., 114. tiregon Imp.. 21. Pacific Mail, I'ajiatna. 9S. P.,D. 4E..JX Pittsburg. I'if. Pullman Pal. Car., ll'-i. Jteaditig, Vr'yZ. fi'-ck Island, 10?. St. L. S. F., 17. S. L. 4 b. V. pt,l,35. M.L.iS.F.ls:old,80H. ht. Paul, "H4. iS;. Paul ptd, 2!-. St. P. M. 4 M.. S2V4. ft. Paul 4 Omaha. 25. Ft. Paul 4 O. pld,5i-4. Txas 1'aoific, 12. t.'nton I'at-itic, 49V4. V . a. Express. 51. St. L. f ., St. L. P. itd.,16. C. is., 32. Del. 4 llud.,3' ,. Del. 4 Lack., Denver Kio U., 8. Erie, 12 1 . Krie j.td., 20.' East Tennessee, 2. EastTenn. pfd, 5. tr ort W ayno, 12;i. Hannibal 4 rit.Joe.r'- " II. 4 St. J. pfd, ti'.-f Harlem, i'.'2. Houston 4 1'exas, 17. Illinois Central, 22;4. 1.. 11. 4 V .. 12. Kansas k Texas. U!i. 1 .1.. k-.;. A, u. T- h'i.V.'., St. L. 4 P., 4. Lake bhore. 61 Vi. v ., st. 1,. x r. pia, Loasv. 4 NasbT.. HP.. Wells4 Fargo' s t.x., iuo. L-. N. A. a: Cat., 1, . w estern L mon, oe. Mar. 4 Cin., 1st pld, 10. llouioi take, 10. Mar. 4 Cin., 2d ptd, 5. tlron Stiver, Mem. 4 Charleston, 27'. Ontario, 17. Michigan Central. 54i. Quicksilver. 3. Minn. 4.S1. L.t I11S4. Quicksilver ptd. 25. Minn. 4 S'.. L. pfd, 26. tSouthern Pactue, . Missouri pacific, 91. Toutro. . Asked. INo sales. Nett Oblbaks, January 31. Sight ex change on Isew York firm, $1 50 per $1000 premium. Sterling exenange bankers bills, 4S-1. Pabis, January 31. Rentes, SOf, 7Jc. London, Januarr 3L United States 4s, 1241 ; Canadian P&ciric, 3?i ; ErieMS; Erie 1 seconds. Dot; Illinois central, .-ij; seconds, 651 ; Tlliuois Central, 241 ; St. ' I Paul. 731; New York Central, 89; Pern bank bills, sixty days, three months, 3f per cent. ; for trade bills, sixty days, three months, 3(S3i. TILE COTTON MARKETS. The local market opened and closed easier, with quotations unchanged, and sales of 1400 hales, all to spinners, otat ions at the close were : Quo- Yestcriny Ordinary -iiotii. Diy Before Horn. Hood ordinary. I.nw MiddUruc...... .. Middling Oood Middling. MiddiiDg Fair Fair Stains, i)irsr; tinired :;:::::::t l"v, ll'.'j 1J- Nf.m. ln1 Hi'? Nom. COTTON STATEMENT. Mkupiiis, January 31,U85. Stock September 1, list - S.MS Kereive to day - Received previously... Shipped to-day ... 8bipped previously Burnt, etc llouie consumption to date 87 ,W,lil 373,603 . 1,7! ..&,M) 47 .. 411 2fi7,316 lort,2a" STIi , 7, a Stxic k, running account import. Thud far thin week Thun far la.t week - toiuce eplember lt... Mcrnphi. and Charleston Railroad .Mi.-si.-'sippi and Xenneesee Railroad Louicville and Nashville & ii. S. Railroad. .Momphis and Little Hock Railroad Chesapeake, Ohioand S. V. Railroad Louisville, New Orleans and T. Railroad... Steamers....'. Waguna and othur .uurces... . Total ... . ErnartA. S2 62 63 20 25 876 Thus far this week - Thus furln.-t week tiiuco 6eptmbor 1st .. 1,7!3 2ffi..t Memphis and Charleston "Railroad... fV) Louisville and Nashville i ij. Railroad. 4-tI Louisville, Now Orleans and T. Railroad... Ill Steamers north - .. 6S4 Total 1,7'JS New York spots opened dull; at 12, quiet; at 2, quiet, closing quiet, with quo tations l-l(.- lower, ana sales ot 14 bales. Ulosmg quotations were: Yesterday Day Before Ordinary S'lS S 15-16 tiood Ordinary Vl'4 10 3-16 Low M ddlmir 10 13-16 l();i Middlinr ll!i 11 3-16 H .od Middling 11 5-16 11 Middling Fair ll;a 1115-16 Fair Uli 12 D-16 New York futures opened quiet; at 10:22, quiet; at 11:34, dull; at 12:30, barely ett-ady; at l:3o, barely steady; at 2:M, easy, closino; easy, with sales of 44,400 bales. Closing quotations were: Yesterday Day Before January....,. 126.96.36.199.5 February March . ... April May June . July Autruet bepte in ber. ............ October November December ....11.12'U.13 ....11.17 ull.W .11.2;"MU.2 11.11.: ..ll.vU.4, ....11.5511.56 ....ll.tvitall.W .-.1.2S',t;i.:to ,..IO.75,.10.7j ...10.66 -10.57 ll.i.aU.lS 11.23 ll.31,;11.32 11.41m11.42 J1.51'11.62 11.61(,fcll.62 11.71 Jll. 77 11.32,11.35 10.B2 !!). S.5 10.71(10.77 The New Orleans spot market yesterday opened quiet; at 1:30, dull and ea3y at 1-itic lower, closing easy at tbe loss recov-ert-d, and quotations unchajged. Sales, 15'JO oales. Closing quotations were: Yesterday Day Before Ordinary 9 9 (iooj Ordinary 10 10 Low Viildlin Hi'i loi Mi.iJlir.K llt' lO'J Oot-d Middling ...10;e 10fl Ney Orleans futures opened firm; at 12, quiet, closing quiet, at the following quotations, with sales of 20,400 bales : Yesterday , Day Eefore Jar,uary 4 nominal. Feoruary lt.rV.'-sI0.63 ll,.67"4!0.6S Maroh... 10.77 ad0.7S lti.82-al0.K3 April 10. ll.OH-4ll.nl .M.,y ll.ll-4ll.12 11.16U.17 June 11.27'J 11.32 til. 33 July 11.41 411.42 11.47 41I.4S A ti cost 11 .4K ,' 1.50 11 .,'41 l.Stj Sei.iembor ...10. W ,il0.o5 l,J.uS a.ll. no October Il).52-ti0.i3 lu.57-10.60 November M.41 H).42 10.4')4l0.47 December 10.4l!o,Hl.42 10.4)410.47 DAILY BULLETINS. Market. R' Pfice- Stock- Galveston (Juiet. 319' 10 11-16 27,273 New Orleans... Easy. 3.4oii Inni 1333 712 Mobile Quiet. 2,251 lov; 4S,;8 Savannah Dull. 2,o72( ll) 9-16 M.523 Chtrleston Quiet. 1,067 Vfli 36,423 Wilmington... Dull. 2"S lu 11-16 6,2nl N-.rfolk Hull. 1,1311 10 3-16 27.076 I'aiti.nore Quiet. 15 i lP-g 1S.22S New York Quiet. 97) 11 '.4 507,500 r.oJton -.. Quiet. 2M: ll'tj 6,3111 I'hiladclphia.. Quiet. 6Sj ll.'i 11,24 St. l.is Dull. 479 j Hi 7-16 40,613 A ucusta Quiet. 24S lOj-J Various...... 41'jl D.iy's receipts, 1S-.5. . ... 11,515 o.-iy's rot'O'pls, 1HS4. M 14,773 Day's receipts, lsJ . m CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT. Sl,29j this Last Last Week. Week. Year. Receipts, 1 day 11,515 7,475 14.773 Fvto-ts to Ur't Britain 17.405 2,a-2 14.0S9 1 port to Continent... .5,3o.t 400 Stock at all ports S72..W Koj,ri!:t:1.0tV;,4;t5 This Last Year Year. Year. Before. R -ceipU since Sept. lstl4.1o4,4S7:3.;,,;j,676 4,342,9:?; Forctcn exports ,2.795.729 2.21.2,.U'2.s41.6i! Sf.-k at L . S. ports j S72.36S 1,006,4951 917,101 i.n-rcnse in receipts. ...I la-Ull ,.. Liverpool spots at noon were quoted dad, in buyers' favor, with sales of 5000 i, iifs, of which 3S00 were American. Re ceipts, 19,000 bales, of which 17,000 were Aiiiencan. At 12: Ordinary, 5Jd; gootl ordinary, ,!; low middhnir. ojd ; good middlm;, (,;d: unlands. lid : Orleans, bid. Liverpool futures at noon were dull at decline; January, 5 61-04d; February- Jli,rch, 5 til-Old; March-Apnl, 6 l-ti4d; April-May, ii 5-04d; May-June, 6 9-04d; June-Ju!v, b 13-4d. At2: February, 5 Gl-64d, sellers; Feb-ruary-March, 5 01-64d, sellers; March- April, 0 1-G4d, value; April-May, 6 5-b4d, ftdiers; Mav-June, 6 9 04d, sellers; Juhe- Juiy, ti 13-04.1, sellers; July-August, 6 16- t4d, value; August-September, t u-t4d. Sellers. Futures closed dull. GEXEKAL TRADE. BHEAIISrrFI'a. Coax White, 50c; mixed, 47c, from Btore. From levee or depot, round lota iu bulk, shelled white, new, 4047c mixed, new, 45c. Hay Strictly choice, from store, 80 85c ; prime,75c ; prairie, 55(;:t,0c ; round lots from levee or depot, choice, jl4ct14 50; prime, S13; prairie, S0(,i,9 50. Oats White, 41c: mixed, 3S40e from store. Round lots from levee white, iB42c; mixed, bulk, 373Sc; sacked, 3c higher. Bran From store, S0(?S5c per cwt; round lots from levee. S13(i;13 25 per ton. F lou n From store triple extra, $375(3) 4 ; family, f 4 25 ; choice,S4 60 ; fancy, $4 75o ft ; extra fancy, io ; patents, j(2,b ; round lots from levee or track 10t,-loe cheaper. Corn-meal Standard, $2 402 CO; pearl, f 3 50 from store; 5c cheaper from mill, levee or track. Oatmeal In hall barrels, $3 754 from store. Cracked Wheat In half barrels, $4 50 ("-'.4 ,o trom store. Hoxiny and Grits From store, $3 50 kick l)uisiana, &!S(j0c; Carolina, tVi 7c. Bkaxs Navy, $2 25; medium, $2; com mon, $1 o0(o;2. Louisville, Januarv 31. Wheat nomi nal; longberry, S7c; No. 2 red winter, 85c, Corn No. 2 mixed, 43c; No 2 white, 45c. Uats .No. 2, 334c. Baltimore, January 31. Receipts Flour, 3d00 brls; wheat, 34,000 bu; corn, 102,000 bu; oats, 2U0O bu;rye, 20O) bu. Miipments neat, 1000 bu; corn, 130,- 00 J bu ; rye, I'OOO bu. Kansas Citt, January 31. Wheat weak er; cash, tiOJc; February, 0'Uc; May, (4'iit)4ic Corn weaker; cash, 2t'Jc asked ; February, 2!jc bid, 29c asked; March, rose; ilav, 30,o bid, 30c asked. Oats steady, 27c. St. Louis. Januarv 31. Receipts Flour, 0000 brls; wheat, 50,000 bu; corn, 145,000 bu ; oats, 2-3,000 bu ; rve, 20U0 bu ; barlev, 10,000bu. Shipments Flour, 10,000 brls; wheat, 15,000 ba; corn, 93,000 bu; oats, oOO bu ; rye, 401'0 bu ; barley, 3000 bu. Chicago, January 31. Receipts Flour, 16,000 brls; wheat, CS.OOObu; corn, 183,000 bu; oats, 05.000 bu; rye, 5000 bu; bailey, 40,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 17,000 brls; wheat, 21,000 bu; corn, 17-',000 bu; oats. 53,000 bu; rye, 3000 bu; barley, 31,000 bu. Cincinnati. Januarv 31. Flour quiet; family, S3 70(j4 ; fancy, $4 20:4 50. Wheat dull and lower; No. 2red winter, 80(3 S7c; Corn nnsettled and weaker; No. z mixed, 44c. Oats easier, 33c. Kye firmer, lc, Barley scarce and firm; extra No. 3 fail, 85c. New Orleans, Januarv 31. Flour choice. S4 20; fancy, $4 40. Corn in sacks, mixed and vellow, 50t?i51c; white, c. Oats choice estern, 42(;43c; lexas red rust-proof, 43c. Cornmeal, $2 b j(" ' 0. Hay prime, S'.510 ; strictly prime, 117(2, Is: choice, tls oot'ijio. nice m goou de mand and steady; Louisiana, ordinary to prime, 4;(stc. PUDtlMO.Ml. Bl'ttkb Creamerv. 32(535c; dairy, 20 22c; medium, 16(S;18c; butterine, lbs218c; countrv. ISc. Cheksk Prime Bats, b-i(:'Jc; jn. i . lac- tory, OfctilOc; lull cream, 14(215c; Y'. A., 140,1 sc. Mess Pork $13 50ft)14 per barrel ; sn gar-cured hams, packed, lK3,13c; break fast bacon. lOlfellic; clear rib bacon, . Bulk Pork Clear Bides, ; clear no sides. 6ifS',7c: shoulders. 5c. Lari lierces, 7ic; hall-barrets, He: kegs, 7Jc; buckets, fcl8c; half-buckets, SiwjSjc; 20-ib tins, 7GySjc; 10-lb Uns, sc; o-lbtins, oc; 3-lb tins, sac; cnoice kettle, Sjjc Louisville, January 31. Provisions strong; mess pork, $13. Bulk meats shoulders, 5c; clear rib, 6jc; clear sides, 6jc. Bacon shoulders, 6 jc; clear rib, 7Jc; clear sides, c. hugar-enred hams, 10Jc, Laird prime steam, f-jc. New Okleans, January 31. Pork, 513. Lard tierce refined, 7ic: keg, 7ic. Bulk meats sli0ulderB,packed,4.8tK,4.85c ; long clear, b i(i Otic: clear rib, o4(as0ic. Bacon quiet ; long clear, 7.307ic ; clear rib firm er, 7j(y7jc. Suiiar-cared hams, 10i(allc. Cincinsati, January 31. Pork firm, $12 25. Lard firm, 6.90c. Bulk meats quiet bnt firm; shoulders, 6c; short Tib, 0c. Bacon shoulders steady, with a moderate demand, 5jc; short rib, 7Jc; short clear, 7jc Butter easier, but not qaotably lower. tiKOCEKI tS. - Coffee Common, 10c ; ordinary, 10 10Jc; prime Kio, 1212c; choice, 13 15c ; old government, 2023c Sugar Pure white, 71e; off white, j' 11 I.JItnJ tllrt. nnun k.ltl. tLSfl or - oc, yeiiu v.uu, - 1 6c; refined A, jc ; granulated, ,c; pow- dered, 8c ; cut loal, bj-c. . J MoLAS-LouiSiaM, COUUnon to lair, 3340c; prime to choice, 5055c ; fancy, 40c ; syrup, 25f5)'10c ; centrifugal, prime to choice, 60c; common to fair, 300Ti.3Tic. Baooing and Ties Bagging, jute, 9 114c; flax, 1010ic, according to weight. Ties, $1 301 40. Soap SlRle per pound. Candles Full weight, 13c. Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 2835r; other grades in styles, 35fn;90c. Snufl' . Gairett's, $H per case ; Ruphe's, $10 25 per case; railroad, JO 25( 10. Salt Per car-ioad, SI 301 50 per bar rel; $1 50 in sacks; pickets, bleached, 2 (57c; coarse, SI 25; car-loads from levee or depot, 5 10c cheaper. Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per dozen: Pineapples, $1 &0(Sjl 60; peaches, 2-lb, standard, $1 50; secontls, $1 20; tomatoes, 2db standard, 90ct51; 3-lb, 1 251 35; strawberries, $1 25(31 50; raspberries, $1 151 2-5; blackberries, $1 10(3 1 25; green gages, $1 25(1 50; pears. No. 2, $1 50; plums, $1 50; asparagus, 4(3;4 50; green corn, il(Ji)140; green peas, IKk-C) $1 50; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $1 15; cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, il 90 ; covo oysters, light weight, 1-lb. 05c ; cove rive ters, light weight, 2-lb, $1 20; contieni-t ! milk Crown, $J 40(3jU 50; Kagla, S25; Swiss, 50(30 25. . New Yofftc, January 31. Coffee soot fair Rio quiet; options opened a shade higher and closed steady at an advance; sales, 10,-j00 bats. Sugar quiet ; molasses and miifccovado, 41(,4'ic; Pernambuco, 4ic: mould A, 6ic; coiifet-tioners' A, 6c; cut loaf and crushed, 5(56 jc granulat ed, 6Jc; cubes, b 9-It(jt;e. New Orleans, January 31. Coffee Rio. cargoes, common to prime, 7i(3ll0ilc. Sugarsteady and in fair demand ; common to eood common, 4 ,i,4ic ; lair to lully lair. 434jc; prime and strictly prime, llGi, 5c; yellow clarified, B5(3,5'jc: off white, 5 j(3t-5 15-16c ; choice white, 6 I-llic. Mo lasses in fair demand; good common to fair, 25(3 32c; prime, 34fe3lic; strictly prime, 41(3,430; l'blea;o Grata nail lroviaion 9far"keti. IspitcIaL TO TUI arPE4L.J CmcAOO, January 31. llie provision market opened this morning with a dispo sition to rally from the lethargic condi tions of the two previous davs, and by a steady bnt slow upward movement closed higher all round, but not at the highest prices realized during the day. The grain market was also in better humor, and made fractional advances in corn and wheat, oats closing below yesterday's quo tations. The opening and closing prices of the dav were as follows: Corn spot, 3uc, 36c; March, 361c, 36ic ; May, 394c, 40c bid. Wheat spot, 76 jc, 77Jc; March, 77 jc, 77Jc; Mav, 82c, S3c. Oats May, 301c, 304c; March, 27 Jc, 274c. Pork spot, $12 07J, $12 15 ; March, $12 25 bid, $12 22-V selling, May, $12 25, $i247r. Lrd spot, 50 80, it, 82; -March, so 85, $6 87; May, $7 05, $7 07. Clear rib sides spot, $6 22. $6 25; March, $6 15, SO 20 bid ; May, $o 35, $6 37 Hogs $4 27(ny4 75. Tie markets on 'Change duriui tl-e past week have again shown something of their old life and activity, but it has been at the expense of lower pi-Res all around. vt Lc3t started weaK and neavy, witii Gyp Adams, Nat Jones and their follow ers oiling freelv, but the bulls manful, y fouirtt any decline, and countrymen, con trary to their usual custom, doubled their purchases at each fractional drop, encour aged by the belief that Tuesday's visible supply figures would show a decrease. This, however, they failed to do. In fact, they denoted that during the previous week supplies bad increased something over 2-30,OJO bushels and the market broke all to pieces in consequence. En couraged by this, the bears have kept up a continual pounding ever since and aided by dumping on stop orders and the throwing of weak bulls thev have succeeded in pretty thor oughly demoralizing holders, and ail but the strongest buiis have been shaken out. Prices have fluctuated sharply and widely, but each sag touched a lower point than before reached, and toward tre finish the principal buying was by shorts," covering at a profit. The out look now, too, is not thought to favor much improvement, and manv are pre dicting lower prices for May than have yet been recorded. The fact that the supply continues bo large, in spite of increased consumption and increased exports, shows that the stock ot wheat in tbe country is yet very large. The weather is becoming milder, and, witnthe embargo on the rail roads removed, much heavier receipts are looked for. It will take something sensa tional to check the enthusiasm of the bears, who are again becoming rampant in their conviction ot wonderlully low prices in tiie iulure. With a Iod spell of warm weather to remove the covering of snow from the ground, unfavorable crop reports may again be expected, and will perhaps supply the stimulus needed to turn the market for another advance. Milmine says to-night: "It is an uncer tain kind of market, and will be dillicult to ride successfully. I regard sales made on bulges or purchases on breaks as stand ing about an equal chance ol winning Another trader say: lbe market is so heavily 'short' that it will be impossible to even up without a big bulge, and any actual damage to the growing. crop would set things soaring." W hen the feeling is weakest is otten just the time when some strong hand Ltkes hold. Sid Kent is believed to be still nnder the market, and so are Baxter and Biiss. Corn has been depressed on account of the restoration of freights East to old pool rates, which was equivalent to a reduction of 2(3,3e in the price paid in Eastern mar kets, ihe general opinion seems to De that corn can't go up much with wheat s-i heavy, and will not decline much with euch small receipts. Lvervbody is ex pecting an increase, but for some reason it does not come. At the start hog products seemed in clined to advance under decreased receipts at the yards and reported very heavy shipments of meats, but the weakness ia surrounding markets proved too much for the boys and provisions gave way in sym pathy. Trade is light, and the cash de mand shows signs ot letting up, so that with continued weakness in the cerea l manv expect a further decline in prod net. Packers now. however, have th-ir cellars full, and are interestid im t,r-vent ng any downward movenic-.:. while speculators have too vivid a renin,,, ' tin e cf last year's experience to get i t '"short" on anything in the provision l.oaia Grain aud Provision Marked. Isrcctai, to Tor api-bal. St. Louis, Januarv 31. Some new life w as developed in grain to-day under the influence of which tales at advances were made of all cereals early in the day, the good feeling clinging about wheat and oats to tbe close of business. In the after noon, however, corn let down again and closed ic below yesterday. Provisions are also firmer but unchanged in price, excepting a fraction higher for lard. The hog market closed quiet and steady, with prices stiuer but no Higher, others un changed. The details of to-day s prices at the. close were as follows: Corn opened at 36c and closed at 35jc selling. February opened at 35:jc, and closed at3ojo bid. May opened at 3,Jc bid. and closed at 3, lc selling. V beat opened at 84c bid, and closed at 85ic selling. February opened at 84jc bid, and closed at 84jc selling May open ed at 91c, and closed at 91Jc. Oats opened at 30c bid, and closed at 31c selling for spots. May opened at 31 Jc and closed at 31 Jc selling. Pork closed at 12 3, : lard at SO 70() 6 75, and clear rib sides at $6 30 selling. Flour quiet; 2 G-x,4 2o for double ex tra to fancy ; cornmeal steady at $2 25 ; potatoes firm, oa(2,o0c, and onions firm, ?2 (a 2 25. llogs, $4 UXi ,o. COTTOX-SKUO. Cotton-Seed Oils. In car-load lots. prime crude C. S. oil, 35c; prime summer yellow, 3637c; Miner's, 3Sc; choice cooking summer yellow, 3S40c ; choice cooking winter yeliow, 4So. .Less than car-ioad lots : 1'rime crude. 36c; prime summer yellow, 3Sj(3H0c; Miner's, SOjSJc; choice cooking summer yellow, 41042c; choice winter yellow, 49 (3:50c. uotton-sketj 41eal i rune, L a. d., s-u per ton. Jotton-cked. cotton-seed, raiiroat:, sacked, $10 50 per ton, delivered ; wagon seed, delivered, $10 50 per ton; river seed, on bank, s per ton. Kates estaonsned Dy Memphis Cotton-Seed Clearinghouse. BOCSEHLII SUPPLIES. Vegetables Onions, yellow, new Louisiana, $2 per barrel. Potatoes Irish, new, $1-90(i,2 25; loose, 75c per bar rel. Sweet potatoes, $1 25(3;,2. Cabbage, $-5(3110 per 100 head. Kraut, new, S.aj'i per barrel ; 2 00(3 -o per Hau Darrei. Garlic, $1 per 100. Applks Choice and medium, $2 50 3 50 per barrel. Dried apples, 3(3)4c ner nonnd from store. Dried peaches. 6(37c from store. Pickles, medium barrel, $7(3) 7 50; half-barrel, $4(3,4 2o; pint jara, 1 2o per dozen ; quart jars, $1 752 per dozen. Eugs 25c Poultry Old hens, $2 753; large young, $3; medium young, t$l 50(22 oO small vonne. $1(3)1 50 Fresh Meats Beef Good Kansas City steers, heavy. 7c; light, 7c; cows and heifers, 6(37c; mutton, 7c; mutton, saddles. 9c : lambs. 10c: pork, 8c. Fruits Oranges, $6 per barrel ; $3 per box. Lemons, $2(3,2 50 per box. Catawba crapes, 12c per pound ; concord, c per pound : Malaga. $8 per barrel. Bananas, $1(3;2 50 per bunch, Cocoanuts, $4(35 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, loc; lenuesaee, 7c: roasted. 2 ic higher; shelled, 10c. Al monds, 18(3,20c Texas pecans, 10(3)15c ; Arkansas, 4(3j6c. English walnuts,12c ; Na ples, 16c. Filberts, 14c. Brazil nuts, 8c. Raisins London layers. $2 75(33; Impe rial, $3 75(3)4. Brandy cherries, $33 25 per dozen. CiDiB Missouri, $7 50 per barrel and $4 25 per haif-barrel ; Kentucky barrels, J7 zb; Kentucxy nati-oarreis, a ou. vin egar, 12(it", 15c per gallon. Fish Mackerel, 10-lb kit No. 1, 0e ; No. 2, 80c; 15-lb, No. 3, 70c. White fiah, No. I, half-barrel, $0. X.CMBCK MAUkr.T, The following are the wholesale prices of lumber in this market : Poplab 1 in., 1st and 3d clear, S21 ; 1 J and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $24; common bond, $13 50014; aiding strips, ljy, Lee measure, 1st and 2d clear j $22; ceiling, 1x6 in., lBt and 2d, $21 ; dressed, 1, 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $27 5O30; common dressed, 1 in., $17 50. Timi;kb Poplar, S59; cypress, $69; eotkmwood. $2 50(5)3; gum, $34; oak, $0 (39; ash, $78; black walnut, $2050. Citri-'ss 1, li and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear. $27; common, $15; fencing, 1x6, 16 ft., $16. Black Walnut 1st and 2d, 1, 1 J and 2 in., $75; common, $50; culls, $25(350. Yeli4w Pine 1, 1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d, $25; dressed, $30; Hoorine, 5 and 6 in., $25; llooring, 3 and 4 in., $27 50; heart step lumber, $35(3;40; j ceiling, $25; g ceil-in)-, S22 50; I ceiling, f20. Oak 1 to 4 in., 1st and 21, $22. 50025; common, 1 and 2 in., $15f,dG. Red Gum 2ds, $17 50; common, $S11. Cottonwood 1 to 3 in. mill run, culls out, $10(3)11. Lath Poplar, $1 60; cypres, $2. Shinoles No. 1, sawed or shaved,$4 50; sawed or shaved saps, $3. Asm 1st hnd 2d clear, 1 to 3 in., $22 50; o-nmon, $15')16. IIIDMaMI PKLTKT. Vo )!. C!io;ce washed, 28c per lb; nn wt.inl, Iii',23c; unwashed burry, . IO in-; t,i-j.ir ti , 16(3i22c. Market weak. Mtiii:- Dry Hint No. 1, 15Jc; No. 2, 12.J-". Dry salted, 10f3Jllc. Green salted, 01(3Sc. Tallow, Wnjtihc. Beeswax, 22(3) 26c. Market steady. PHTKOLEIIH MARKET. Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale lots, 13c per gallon. Wilminotos, January 31. Turpentine steady, 27. Cleveland, O., January 31. Petroleum steady ; s.w., 110, 7Jc Baltimoek, January 31. Petroleum nominally steady; refined, 7i71c. Pittsburg, January 31. Oil dull, noth ing doing; opened atbyfc, declined to 69c, but rallied to 69. at 1 o'clock. The total production of the Thorn Creek wells is 6945 barrels per day. The MushrusU well is through the sand and doing 8 barrels per hour. The monthly field report will show a decrease of the new production of 3819 barrels ; increase in rigs up,3 ; increase in wells drilling, 20; increase in wells completed, 1. IIOUKE-BVILUISU MATEKUL8. Framing-Lumber Yard prices Rough, $15 per 1000 feet ; dressed, $30 ; yellow pine flooring, $25 ; shingles, $3(5)4 50 ; lathing poplar, $1 75 ; cypress, $2 per 1000 laths. Extra prices for extra lengths above 20 feet. Lime and Cement Pure Alabama lime, 75o in bulk delivered; 95c(3il per barrel in store ; Louisville cement, $1 75 a barrel ; Rosedale cement, $2 50 a barrel ; Portland, $4 5005; Roman, $5; plaster of Paris, $2 50. Hair, 6c per pound. Nails $2 25 a keg. WUMHT, trc. Wines Imported port, $150OS; sher ry, $1 ,5fK3;6; champagne American ex tra, $7(3S; Piper Heidaick, $2527; M timni's extra drv, $29(S,31 ; lioederer, $29 31 ; Ve. Cliquot, $3133; claret, $3 75 13 per box; Catawba, $45 per case. Whisky Straight Bourbon, $1 506; rye, $1 75(3)7.' St. Louis, January 31. Whisky steady, $1 14. Chicago, January 31. Whisky steady. $1 15. BALTinoRE,January 31 Whisky steady ; tl 20 iU 21. Cincinnati, January 31. Whisky steativ and firm, $1 13. New Orleans, January 31. Whisky steady ; Western rectified. $1 051 25. HOUSES AND MILES. Messrs. F. A. Jones ti Co., live-stock and commission merchants, Monroe street, furnish the following quotations of the horse and mule market: Horses Good driving, $125(3)250 ; good saddle, $140et;300; plugs, $35(3)80; good mares, i.Sow.HJ. Demand about equal to supply. MULES 144 to 15, SlHKtJKiO: lo to loi, $125(,t,140; 15 to 16, $140(3',175. Supply small; demand increasing, with prospect. ot brisk and active trade. I.I VE-S 1 Ol IV MAKKR. Cattle Choice corn-fed to extra, per lb, 4-J(3 41n; good, 4(4Jc. GbAss Cattle Choice, 34c per lb ; good. 31(3y;c: fair to medium, 2i(3i3jc; common, l'?i2Jc. Hogs Choice light, 150 to 290 lbs, 4.(3 45c; choice heavy, 4J4-jc; common, 4 4jc. Sheep Choice, 4(,A4c per lb: medium. 3! (33Je per lb; common, per head, $1(3) 1 oi); choice lambs, 4 J(,i oc. Cows and Calves Choice rrulch cows with youne calves, per head, $3040; medium, $20(325. St. Louis, January 31. Hogs quiet; Yorkers, $4 404 60; packers, $4 55(3,4 65; heavy, $4 61K3-.4 70; receipts, 3100 head; shipments, 3400 head. Cattle supply very scant; only small local trade; receipts, 200 head. Chicago, January 31. Hogs Receipt, 15,(00 head; firm; 5c higher; light, $4 25 (3,4 60; rough packing, 4 25(4 45; heavy packing and shippinir, $4 50(i4 75. Cat tlereceipts, 2400 head; dull; 10,20c lower; exports, 53 60()6 30; shipping, $4(3 40. Sheep receipts, 1C00 head; dull ; sales ranged at $2 2o(4. Kansas City, January 31. The it' Stick Indicator reports: Cattle receipts, 800 head; quiet; exports, $5 40(3)5 60; good to choice shipping, $5(3530 ; common to medinm, $4 50(3,4 90; stockers and feed ers, $3 50(3 4 25 ; cows, $2 50(3,3 30. Hogs recenits. 8000 head: steady; .ott. 200 to 325 pounds, $4 05(3 4 40, mainly $4 20(3) 4 30. Sheep steady ; fair to good muttons, 52 60(2.3 50. KKYY YOKK MY HOAOSi MARKET. New Y'ork, January 31. As usual on Saturday, added to this being tbe closing day ol" the month, a very good total of pules lias been reaohetl. THE BEST TQH1C. This medicine, combining Iron with pure Vce tab! e ton i os, quic k ly and com plet el y Cures ()vpri-tia I KJ'centlon, W'fi.nMii Impure Blood, ilA,WwChlllaMd FTn and NeuralMln. It is an ur fnihnt? remedy for Diseases of the KIHdptib ami J.hflT. It is invainble ior Diseepes peculiar to 'Women, ami all wlii lead sedentary lives. It does not injure Ua teeth, catise headache.or pndu"e coniiTH.tioii othrr Iron medicina do. ltenriches and purifies the blood, utimulates the npnetite. aids the assimilation of food, re liercs Heartburn and lielching, and strength ens the must-les and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude. Lack of Energy, &c, it has no equal. r Mf- The jrenuine has above trade mark a. J crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. tu4jBi7r gaofrti tusaic.i. co ba.lt oaa, no C 11 All OUCH All D WATER Kentucky's (ireat Natural Remedy. CUKES REGULATES DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION. THE LIVER Stomach & Kidneys A bottle of tbe Concentrate onuiniDC what is egunl to two trnllona of tiie nturil water, ia sold by Dri uist3, price 35fs, with full di rections how to U8j it. IKr IT wntii. Crab Orchard Springs & SaitsCo KOTP PROPRIETORS. LOI lit ILLC, KUTl t KT. Notk. See that our "Hab Aple" trade mark in on th- label, as counterfeits are on sale. bold by i. Vr . Jones J: t;o., b. Alans&eld A Lo., A. Renkert k Co. and W. N. Wilkerson A Co., V,'ho)eaie Druggists, and local retail trade sup- pued ol tnem. -..,i!t?al 1 1. 7r i ui iu ha Afc - IS DECIDED BT K0YAL HAVANA LOTTERY A COVKIttfHEHT VSKT 1TUYXOM , ) DRAWN AT HAVANA, CUBA, Every 12 to 11 Days. ..... ... r-..... A m , nn the ticket. Ft bird to no nianlimiiitlon. not rnnrrolled by the t,rt'i in Inter,,. It Is tne fairest thtiw In the nature For Information and narttenlars annlv to PWIPSET ro..Gfn. Anenu.1212 nmadway, . (.Ur.and East l;nc.olpn bt., cnlcago, til., or No. 6 West Court street. Memphis, Tenn. Whole Ticket.. 82 ; MsUw, 81. 2?slFv Tolu C tiie a yT for to I Ki",- after eating', for tnd.rea- A uerfect iabfltitnte AFF tobaeco. At k your drna- or eonfeeuoner for Col- rl . W B " Taffy lolu." manufactured mwMmAkW br Col trim k. McAfee, lronis- Ky. -sjnpi bundle by mail on ra- -x rent. 1 For aal. tr J. W. TOfUKLI ek iOM 271 antl.io Main st., MsnpMs, Tenn THOS. WELLFOUD, (Successor to C. B. WELLF0RD k CO.) Fire, Life, Marine, Accident AX1 mn.1. Insnrance ipnt 'o5 Madlkon St., MemphU, Tnn. wr ij--ho jfas and Cantry Stores lnsued at IvWesl i.Ui. foi iui wmi s l r-, -n Wiisa - wmwm wmm H f-rl R ft: 3 S mm BtvWftr: Tille, r- 'i'v wi1 e - c ' - " , RIVER NEWS. TEAM Kit MONDAY. T UESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. Friars Point..w.JaHKS Lex, Monday, 5 p.m. Arkansas Cit7..KATi Acias. Monday, 5 p.m. 0soola. ..CoiBova, Monday, 6 p-m. TiptonTilla...,.0TO.ii, Monday, 5 p ra. Vicksbnrs.. Will S. Hits, Tuesday, i p.m. Vickaburg......BtLLr MiurHU.Taasday.lO a.m. Now Orleans. ... Asms P.8iLTia,Tuoiday,6 p.m. Cincinnati ..... .-.Golds" Rvls, Tuesday, 12 m. ArkaniasKlvBi.Iii Darkagh, Tuesday, a p.m. St-FraneisHiTtr-WlKKiK, Tuesday, 5 p.m. St.FrancisRivur RimMiCHiiDT. Tu'day,5 p.m. White KiTer,...CHic.aAW. Wednesday, i p.m. HOVCKKNTS AT TIIE LEVKE. Arrivalt. Charles Morgan, Cairo. Di-partum. -Charles Morgan, New Or eans. Moat in Ptrrt. Rene Macready. . HviU Dui Down. Coahoma, Gayoso, C. Schulze, City of Helena aud Golden Crown. BmiU Ihut f'p. Kate Adams, James I.ee, Joe Peters, Winnie, Ida Darrash and Will S. Hays. 1'1'II SK MOVliMK.VI'S. The Cliictasaw is the Wednesday packet for White river. Tbs Eene Macrea ly, Cipt. O. K. Jop lin, goes out Tuesday "e-v -.-ii a'. 5 o'clock for bt. i'raucis river. Tbk Wiimi, C-yt. J. ."! Tdaaiiius, is the packet Tan: i-wnini; at 5 oVlmtk ior all points on Si. Francis ive.r. The Andiur Une packets Tuesday are the Belle Memphis f ir Vicksbnrg, anil tiie Annie P. tiilver f ir New Orleans. Thi Coiihoma, Capt. Henry Cooper, is the packet Mouduy nvenicjr at 5 o clock for Osceulii aud tae upper bends. Wm. Smither hus charge of ber office. Thk Jamei Le, Capt. Thomas Clajrgett, is the packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock for Helf ln., rJriai-a Point and ail way 1 aud ioes. Plate Knodes is her clerk. Thk Idfi Darrasjli, Capt. John A. Wil liams, is the packet Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock fur all points ou Arkansas river. Chas. Muiiielmau it in her cilice. Thi Gayoso, Capt. W. P. Hall, is the packet Jloii, ay tveuing at 5 o'clock inr Hales P-in', Tipton vide and all way laad ines. Col. J. I. Fuller has charge of ncr office. The O. Line steamerGolden Kule.Capf O. P. Shiiiklu. will pass up Tuesday at 12 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and all i ntermediate points on tbe Ohio river. Albert Shinkle presides in her of fice. Thb Ki.te Adams, Capt Mark K. Cheek, is the United States mail packet Monday evening s.t 5 o'clock for Arkaasas City and all way landings. W. C. Bienker has charge of her office, assisted by Lew Price, A. Banks mi th and Rufus Foster. Trig eleeant passenger steamer Will 6. Hays, Capt, Ed Nowland, is the packet Tuesdav evening at 5 o'clock for Green ville, Vicksburg and all way landings. James N. Thompson is in her office. The Hays will connect at Vicksburg with the J. M. White for New Orleans, and packets for Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers. 6EXERAL KBWS. No recaipts yesterday by river. Thb Charles Morgan passed to Nsw Or leans lat a Friday night with a good trip of freight and passengers. Thb moderating weather of Friday cul minated in a heavy rain that night and cloudy and damp all yesterday. Business played out no arrivals or de partures on account of the heavy fog pre vailing on trie nver day and night. Thk Golden Crown, from Cincinnati and the Joe Peters, from White river, are both overdue, but may have anived dur ing last night. Thb big Helena left New Orleans yes terday for Bt. Louis, this being her last trip in the Memphis and New Orleans trade this season. Thb St. Louis and Mississippi Valley Transportation Company have 13 tows at Cairo waiting to go through to tit. Louis. They are detained by the ice. It' is now stated tbat Capt. G. Wash Thompson and Clerk Charles Church, late of the sunken Belle of Bhrevoport, will purchase the fine sidewheel steamer R. R. bpringer. "Froze op" ia the reported condition of the Ohio from Cincinnati np, and boats below Cincinnati are having ooales of trouble with tbe floating ice. Some have had to go for safe harbors. Telegrams received yesterday morning by Agents Ad Storm, of the Anchor Line, and R. W. Liehthurne, of the Memphis and Olio River Packet Company, state that tbe ice has sufficiently disappeared to admit of the resumption of navigation trom ct. Ixiuia and Cincinnati to all points south. The steamers Belle MemDhis. for Vickshurz, and the f Annie P. Silver, for Jiew Orleans, left M. Louis yesterday evening, and the Buckeye State also left Cincinnati lor this port. Thb James W. Gaff tried to mash off the end of a coal barge at Louisville Thursday, and succeeded in badlv crip pling the barge and nearly demolishing the business end of the Caldwell near by. If Ticbenor s expletive uttered on the oc casion had taken the form of bird-shot and fallen on the barge it would have sunk from overloading. Barges are good things to hang to ringbolts in a wharf when s tesno boatmen pav big money for the privilege of being mashed to pieces. Thb Will S. Havs is advertised else, where for her long-contemplated New Or leans Mardi-Gras excursion, leaving Mem phis on Sunday, February 15th. and giv ing passengers six days, with hotel ac commodations aboard, in port. Return ing she leaves New Orleans Saturday, Febriary l!lst. The advertisement should be referred to, which also refers parties interested to H. C. Lowe, agent. Here ciaiie to see the great events of the year under tbe most lavorable circumstances that could attend such an excursion St. Louis Republican, Friday: "One of the great injustices under w hich steam- boatmen sutler is tbe faci.ty with which irresponsible negro roustabouts can haul them before some petty UDited States of ficer upon some flimsy pretext and force them to pay blackmail rather than incur the expense of a trial. A case in point has just occurred here, and if the state ment of the officers of the boat is correct, and we know of no reason why it should be doubted, the strong arm of the United States district judge should be raised against the offending court official. Upon her last trip Here from the Tennessee river the steamer Dacotah was forced to lav up at Cairo on account of the heavv ice running in this river. While laying there, with horeB of being able to come through, and two days before it was de cided that she could not get up here, a roustabout employed on the boat left the boat, and, besides being paid in full for his services, was given a hospital ticket, he being at the time a sufferer from frosted feet. After being at the hospital for Beveral weeks the negro ran awav from there, because, as he says. the doctors were going to cut off one of his toes. Coining up here he made a demand through a United States commissioner for 2 50, the cost of his transportation from Cairo. Being cited to appear before the said light of the court. tbe omcers ot tne Liacotan explained the situation and exhibited their books in confirmation of their statements. This, however, did not satisfy the commis sioner, since his fee was dependent unon the substantiation of the negro s claim, and so he informed Capt. Keith that unless the amount was forthcominj at once he would libel the boat and collect it. Rather than go to the expanse of fighting in the courts for so small an amount, Capt. Keith concluded to pay, tnougb not before - giving the commis sioner a piece of his mind concerning the whole dirty business. Heretofore St Louis nas been remarkably free from such disreputable proceedings, and steam- boatmen generally snould combine to smother this practice in its incif iency ." WEATHER AXD KITEBN. Offici, EioxaL Sketics, C. S. A., MsMFEia. Tkxx., January il, ls5, 2 p.m. Tbe following observations are taken at all stations named at 75 meridian time which is i aour lasrer tnan aiempnis time. Cbanfres. Abora low water. Rise. Fall. Feet 10ths Feet Feet 10th Cairo Chattanoog-j. Ciocinnati ... JIavenport J tDubuque .... r on ftrnittu Keokuk La Croitfie.. Leavenw'th Little Hook Louisville... fftentphis J NotaviUe..J tNewO'leana) j Omaha 3?itwbur. !?breTeport. iM. 1jOUI8.. St. Paul. Yank ton ..J Below water mark. Frozen, t Below hish-water mark, 1874. Nw Orleans, January 31. Night No airivals. Departed: Mary Houston, Cincinnati; Helena, St. Louis. Evansvuab. Januarv 31. Noon Eiver 14 feet 11 inches, and fallinr. Weather cloudy anamiia. jo arrivals or aepartures of regular packets. PrrreBUBa. Januarv 31. Noon River 2 feet 10 inches, and falling. Weather mild and pleasant. Sight River 2 feet 8 inches, and fall ing. Weather cloudy and pieasant. Louisville. Januarv 31. Noon River 1 feet 11 inehes in the eanal aad 5 feet 9 inches on me iaus, ana rising. Weather cloudy, wet and moderating. Arrived : James W. Oaff, Memphis. Departed : James W. Gaff, Cincinnati. CllcciNHATl. Januarv 31. Noon River IS feet 7 inches, and stationary. Weather cloudy and mild; thermometer 41. Ko arrivals or de partures, bteamers are preparing to leave for hew Orleans and Memphis to-night. Caib, January 31. Noon Weather elondv and eool. No arrival.. D.Mrt., rilvnf Bt. Louis, Bt. Louis, 11 a m. Night Kiver 28 feet 4 inches, and failing. Weather olondy and mild. Arrived: Joseph ii. Williams and tow. New Or leans, 3 p.m. Departed: Joseph B. Williams and tow, Ohio river, 3 pm. The City ef St. Louis re turned here, having found the ioe gorged at Dog- KOTEHEUTI OF OCEAB iTEABEIM, New Oblkanr, Jannary 31. Cleared: Morvan City, KewTork; City of Meziooand Car mona, Liverpool; Rouen, Havre; B. Ward, jr., Utilla. o arrivals. 1 KKMrva DeTernmeat OIBaaa 11 UST be Oiled. Mow ts th. tin. to wV. . Bend cOe nostal net. U W. O. Kiob-- "S BtaU St., Chicago. III., for book ef f-j J: STEAMBOATS. FOIt EW UULE.1XS. Tbe New and Elerant Bidewheel, Electric Light Passer, rer bteamer Will 8. Hays, jTt Ed Nowland. Master, fttKac':,' Leaves as aboTe from Wharf boat, toot ol Lmoo street, WEDNESDAY. Feb. 11th, at S p.m., ar riTics; at New Orleans Sunday, Feb. 15th. Re turning, leaves New Orleans SATI RDAY, Feb. 21t, at 6 p.m., rivinjr raisengers SIX DAYS in port to view the 1LXPOHION ana ilARDI UR AS Festivities. For further information ap plv to nr adrtr,-.. H r. 1.0VVK. Agent. FOIt LOUISVILLK ANI) CINCINNATI nempbls anil Clstelmiiast larbt Co. Ituckcye Ntatc, rZ H. J.Vinton, master Bob McCoy, clerk Will !ea7e TUESDAY, Fb M. at ft p.m. For freichtor pantaffe afplytnH. W. lJUTbURNK, A Kent eeroer Madivun and Front atreu. The tteamer JAMES W GAFF followi, lear ingida, February 6th. ( Nonthern Tramtporlatlon 1,1 ne For Cairo, Loaisville aud Cincinnati Steamer C old en IKule, iaZt- 0. P. Shinkle martT!!i55l Will leave Memphis TLLaDAY, Feb. -1, at 15 m. For freialit or passage apply to O. B. Rt SSKLL. Af,nt.-M Madi.on St. FOii VICKSBUKG. BI. jonla and New Arleans Aarhor Llns V.H. Mull FOK VICK6BUKU. Belle Memphis tZ5Zr- HcKee master. iatr1f Will leave from the levee TDblSDAl. ieb. 3 ). at 10 a.m. For freight or rae apply Le C. L. H.HL, Pans. A.t. AD'TgRM.Pap't. FOR N":'A' Otif.EANB. Ht. Lunls and Siew Anchor i.tuo SJ. H. Mail FOR NKW OKLEAS. Annie X. Wilver Will leave from whartboat 5UUSDAV, leb. 3d. at p.m. For freithl or i,iBiie apply to C. L. Halt.. Pa-.. A.'.. All f'll'.M, Airen. M., A. C, V. AND ARK. P.IV. FKT. CO. US. MAIL LINE For Arkaasaa . 'JC?L City and way land.n, -rL3o3A, Kteamer KA I1. A OAT'S, M.R. Cheek master I Vi . C. Bterker -lerk leaves Memphis every MGSDAY it -id 'illi,lv DAY, at & p.m., eonnet-tinK t lerrene will: packet for all point on Ark-inxi rver TOT VICBSOUTK spa r.aj i, :i,..u.n. Mesmer wiLi UAYa. Ei!. Nowland inasterl V, Xhorapron i-lerk, '. i,.tn., oonLestina v 'azoe river a:,d leaves every TLKaDAY s with paeketa and railreaa- New Orleans. . , For Pine I'.luff and all pol! s r.n Arkansas River, fiteamcr IDA luRIHHII Louves Memphis every Tl'ESDAY at 8 p.m. Freight received and bills ladins; signed on Company's Whartboat, foot Union street. H. C. LOWK andE. WALWORTH. Agent. JOHN CARR. Pasfenaer Arent. JOH.f N. H A RBTV. i. If. and P. A rent. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. MULT HABHT MXE-MtmpblsWhlle Blwla Hlver V. H. Mail Packet. For Indian Bay, tit. Charles, Clarendon, Derails BlofT, Dea Arc, Aurusu, Jacksonport, fcearoy, Batesville, Powhatan and Pocahontas. btsaairr JOK PETEKS, -waJTTLS M. K. Barry, master, IsTtli aiSfflSa Will leave Mempkis every PiHtnraay at 6 u clock p m., connecting airect with the new Black River United Mates Mail Packet MILT BARRY, for Powhatan and Pocahontas, and with the Daily Packets to Batesville and Lpper White river. Through Rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. H. O. I.OW'E. Agent, on whurfbost. FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. The St Francis River Transportation Co'g Fine bide-Wheel U. 8. Mail Steamer Bene Macready.jE O. K. Joplin master, WILL LLAVi: fll;MFUl EVEBT IIIAUAT, at 5 o'clock, for Marian n a, the Cat-Off, and Inter mediate landings on bt. Franoia rivr. The cap tain reserves the right to pasi all landings he deems unsafe. JAS. LEE, ..Superintendent. Otiice, So. 4 Madison street. s JJIIerchunts and riauter' Tucket Line. HE Steamer WISSIE, Captain TT fc. clerk, will leare Memphis EVERY iUoUAl, j tl. ill. iirtULUur ; in. r iiiummrmmammmsmw HI 0 p.m., lur ail points uu ov. rraucii iivei. aju- intf as hiph as M&rianna and tha Cut-Oil. lor freight or passage "I'piy to Ik. VT . LIUIllOl. , AKOUl, Carter MH'nn and Front Ptrcpf. LEE LINE STEAMERS. XemphlR, Tiara Point and Mfmphii nil tMiceo&ft Par It ft Cuinpavuy. For Helena, (ilendale, Friars Point and ail Way Landingf bteamor JAUES LEU, K. T. Clagett master I Piatt Rhodes clerk Will leave as above on every MoN iA Y , W Ell MID DAY and EKIBAY. at 5 o'clock p.m. k'or Randolph, Fulton, Osceola r.nd Way Landing, Steamer COAHOMA, J. E. Cooper, master J. W. Smithers clerk Leaves as above every MONDAY, W EDES DAY and F.H1DAY at 5 p.m. Ihe boats of this line reserve the rifcht to pass all landings the oap tain may deem unsafe. Otuoe, No. 4 Madison St. JAMES LFH. Jr., Snperinten.lent. FOR TIPTON VILLE. For Osceola, Hales Point. Caruthersville, Gayoso and Xirtonville The new passenger stean-.er W. P. Hall -master I J . i. roller ?iertu will leave a above, and ail way pointa EVEKY Monday and Thursday at 5 p.ai. Kt f"fii?ht or T"f?ige ni'i'lv oti hrmfl. Memphis & White River Pkt. Co. V. S. M ill. 1.IAE. STR. CHICKASAW, . C. Postal master I C. M . Postal.cierk roB nareiBdoii, I.vaH t))tr, Itrm Arc, A a, vu.la. JnehNoanert find Kearvy. LEAVES MEilHUIa KVEKY WEDNESDAY l .t n.m. Throsrh rates to all points. Freight oensiimed to Memphis and Whit, Eiver Packet Co. will beforwardedpromptly H.'C. I.WI, Agent, on Vf harff,.if Dr. Bernbardt'si Second Proresmlomal Visit to nemphl. afarr alspM or Seveateess t'e.ra. mi OF CHICAGO, Formerly of Berlin, Prussia, and New York, Is .bopping ah proseuii At tlio Poabody Hotel Office Boom So. 1 Parlor Floor, MEMPHIS TEXXESSEE Offers to those who are suffering frsm weakness and DEFECTIVE SIGHT -ma. Brazilian Pebble and Australian Crystal Glass Spectacles K tiner lor to bbt other im use. Coai- i true ted ia accordance with tbe pcience and phil OMooby of Dature, admirably adapted to the or gan b ot i IRQ t, tin a perfectly natural to tne eye, affording altogether the beat ar Uncial help to tha human vituon eTer invented. 1. 1 hey cab he worn with perfect efte for any lenth aHip at ona iittinr, giving aa-tonif-kinir clearness h yision, by eandle or other artificial light, and cow. fort to tbe apectaoie wearer hereto! ore unknown 3. How ta Select Imm. It rMnirii profepfuonal guidance, even when a good article if offered. Dr. Bernhardt not only baa the best Biatfses to be found in tbe market, but carefully etAminfi Lhe eves of the oatient. and trivei in dispensable advice ai to the proper aeiection of toam. DR. MORRIS BERNHARDT eomefl reoom mended in the highest terms of praise by numerous certificates from tbe most eminent Physicians, Oculists, Divines, and tha most prominent men ot our country. Among them are those of MEMPHIS, 1E.NN., and from ail the principal cities ot tne united Mates. Memphis. Tex.. December 13. 1SS4 Some seventeen years ago, in tbe spring of 1877, our citv was visited fcv an eminent Optician. Dr. Morris Bernhardt, of Berlin, Prussia, enjoying at that time the indorsements now in nis protes sion of A. K. TaTlor, M.D., J. K. Frayser, M.D., V t. VI . . r Ta I - T a ( T T TJ joqd ruiUBii, iw. u vreu. iv. umaiLiu.y , r . rv. liopscn, M.D., E. Miles Willett, M.D.. W. T. Ir win. M.D., A. Creighton, M.D., M. D. Lilly, 0. D. 8., the Rev. C. A. Davis, tha Rev- T. D. With erspoon, tbe Kev. J. C. tedman, the Rev. G. White, the Kev. S. li. Ford, Practicing his profession since then in the principal cities of tha United States, and after a permanent location in Chicago, indorsed by tbe Medical (School in that city, the Doctor, on accouut of ill health, has been obliged to temporarily suspend his Chicago business, and concluded to visit our city again. We hare examined his credentials as well as a large and rare assortment of optical instruments and tenses for correcting defects of vision, and believe from our interview with the Doctor that he is thoroughly qualified in bis profession to re lieve tbe variuus infirmities of sight by the sci entifioapplication of glasses, and as such indorse l: ii" wn ini i i"PT li i 111 11 - - A LiUi; vt a., a'k. utm JOHN R. FRAYSER, M.D.. SAMI EL J. MORRISON, M.D., HEISER .I0NES, M.D., JOU' PITMAN, M.D., GEO. H. MOORE, M.D., J. L. BIM8, M.O., IRS. MITCHELL MAURI, 8. W. OVERALL. M.D.. 1. D. SALNDERS. M.D., - W. B. ROGERS, M.D., W. E. ROGERS, M.D.. BHEPA. ROOnRS.M.D.. A. W.LAMAR, Pastor ol Central Baptist Church. EUljt.V t. XIAAllLL, Pastor of First Presbyterian Church JS. M. LONil, Pa?tor of Strangers Chore R, A.VBNABLK, s Pastor of First Baptist Church. MBjfTEts. Tenk., December 16, 18S4. I hare been long familiar with tha name an! mnntation of the above gentleman, and feel u- sured that their indorsement is a guarantee for the doctor s prolessionai situi. I gave Dr. M. Bernhardt, seventeen years ago, a certificate eorresponding with the one signed, written by meaicai genuemen. GEO. WHITE, Reotas Emeritus Calvary Chureh. Memphis, Tees., December 15, 1834. I hare read a very flattering notice of the In genuity ef Dr. Bernhardt as an optician and his wonderful skill as an oculist written by my la mntAd nrAiirvrauor. Dr. C. A. Davis. All who know Dr. Davis will bear testimony to the fact tbat any communication from nim would be merited and deserved. ll- A. aJuiNAd, Pastor Cumberland Presbyterian Churoh, Memphis. Texx.. December 16.3384. Dr. Bernhardt, of Chicago, brings the indorse ment of all the principal physicians and clergy men of tbat city, the most of whom I know, and many oi mem ptjrpuuiaii j arm very weu. Me oertainl, sunds at the ton or nis profession as an ooulist and optician. I bare unqualified oonfidenoe in him to do almost to the limits of the possibilities of bis protession- He has the nest indorsements on potn siacs oi tne Atlanuo. ni?n w CAn.-i.-x Pastor Christian. Ci.- J John Atlee, M.D., the eminenk caster. Pa., says. "Dr. V- .urgeonof Lan glasses io STeyM,B.v Bernhardt has fitted perioot as ia jonf- -aang the vision almost as - .--.. i - - ttM,CLTiriaS FBCS. Letters of ln.nirr mnst Inelos. sum. ferrssdr Or? ica Ho.aa From , a.m. to 6 .m, irlosi ADaEssa Postoffio. box sfe. M. CanTIo. No agents emplored or appoiatad. M.B. Owing to engagemenU elsewhere, St. Borahvdt will nauyji Acre but a ikon tua. a h B! a ia m ai ra ati PMNTEBS I1UEAHCE C0MFM.Y OFFICE LX COfflPASrrj III ILIHXU, 41 MAUUON, MEMPHIS. D. T. POUTES, Prest I JMO. OVEBTUV. a ti f. u. Enu-Jaa. ui oruoas. i- BROOKS, of Brooks, Neely k Oo. I W. R. tl A I.Kit I? A T If nf W U llkwIhSrU I u , : . i, . , . , , i u ... i : l . I J0UN OVERTON. Ja., Capitalist. ' I All kinds of Pronertv Insared. Rneeial attention also aiven to fnsurinir Dsfclllna, antt oaalry Ntarsw, at reasonable rates. Commenced business in IHtt7. LOSbhlj PAID, e..t mi a will I low, a Hnme InmMBT. w. t-eT..i took & Dairy Farm OJf KERR AVEXCE, WEST OF HERXAXDO ROAD, SEAR MEMPHIS, TESJI. lOHl I.. Kris. J. H. riRHIXH. BiEItlt &, PEllKIS, : : : rroprietors. T'OITL HIl'llVIOH i JERSEY BCLL, TIBS kOBLr AN, A. J. C. C.,74.Vi. HvrvlM Faa, 1, with the prlT ileire of retarn next seaaon shnerd the eow not prove with ealf. T1BH HUI.t:vtaa ft very haadsoma and of rare breeding, eembinin, as he does the bloW ol anen noted sires as Champiesr ef America, ftray Friar, Alpbene, Albert 44s and Imp. Nobleraan. mw Write for Pedigree and tell description, asr We are aire prepared to furnish PI. HK MILK and CREAM i. Ir.- .nail auaitian. Address i. U. ri.aaUH. u mImb Nl 9 PURE SURE HOPE SOAP T'errec-tlj Pnrcaud fre from adulteration. Entirely Vegetable no diiaeaMed animal tat. .Surely I'll re no ground Mione, elay or renin lu it, . For Laundry, ( lilua, Itatli and Toilet. Uiim fsirtlier Iasl longer. Kuy from any Ororrr. nrOIT'-FJ OTTj TVtTT.Tj. Woodruff Lumber Company A. Wi'tlDKm, Prcsld.aa. M. T. II AN HAH, ttotiymm Tma Manutaetorer of a ad Iealer In CYPf.iZSS, POPLAH," COTTONWOOD, WALNUT, OAK AND ASH Of XI : Doors, Sash, Blinds, Holdings, sad Building Material Generally SAW AXD VL,.M MIL.LM. Xerth Front Kt., Nrar Gas Works. A. T. Taylor. Manager. t t V. 0ZA5NB. 257 TKEADWEXL. A. B. TKJAX)WLL. . H. 8. Cotton Factors. Wholesale Grocers, Ho. 11 Union Street, : : : JlempliI. Tenn. A. VAOOARO & CO. WHOLESALE LIQUOR HEALERS 27S AND 290 FROTJT STREET MEMPHIS. 5oU. H. Halllian. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton !Factor 9 And Commission Merchants, 232 and 234 Front SL, Memphis, TeiD BEIWEKH ADAMS AID JE FIiB.l. Mr. I. H. RAINBY devotes his whole time to the Weishinr and Sale of all Cotton Intrattad to 001 m. cTfearcs &, Co. Cotton Factors, Nos 270 frnt street. : : Memphis, Tenn. WELLY & ROPER, WHOLESALE Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 392 Main Street. Gayoso Block. stes, Doan & Co. Wholesale Grocers Ko. 13 Union street, Iff empb.N. Tenn. W.B.Galbreath&Go. Cotton XX Union St., M!emr)liis eooles Insurance Co. A Ofilce- 16 Madison CASH CAPITAL, tffijnsnres all Classes of Merchandise, fT. M. FARRIXGTOA', Prellnt, SLEUIjIE BROS., Como, Mis. otto 356 Front St., : il F D.T.PORTEB. U. W. MACRAE. Successors to FOSTER, TAYLOR t CO., Cotton. Factors AJ51) WHOLES1LE GROCEIXS, uoIOIfflJ.llIllERriCO 25 AID 238 FEOJfT STBEET, STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. J. T. IA -AS0N. 3. A. ED NT. 0. 0. J. T.FARGASON CO. UMesals Grocers and Cotton Factors, ; S89 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. . Oettoa consign d to ns will haveour earefal attoneoa. W. oarry at all time a wwU-watestai rtok SUpIs and Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, sVast will sell aa isnwr aa tJaa Loweal. VliKhPrea't, I . D. KAIKK. Secretary R. L. COFFIN, of Dillard k Coffin. J. 11 . fl(ir,U'I . nf J K.llnl.l.Ar-Jl. t i, uu, c D. T. POKIER, of Porur k Marrae. - vllv wit ,nnri,,ir,B.f.. 9 rvi tyi ma. -i-ci t Wemplil. Tenneawee. O. H. DENLSON. GE0S. FOX MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS Ct OzaiB,Deiuson&Co Stoves. Ranges, Heaters. Filters, Lamps, Chandeliers, Coal Oils, 1 Ete ware, Tinware, Cutler, Etc. Agents for Cline's Steam Washer. Got). ring-, Kaolins; aad Jobwork ta Order. Does Main St., Memphis, Tenn. Opno.ll. fewrl Wqnars TREAD WELL. rno. Claris. and Cotton Factors, iactor Street, Memphis, Tenn. 52300,000 Storehoases, Churches and DwelIIng-s.t II. T. LEMWTOy- Flrrr-.tt.vts. W.J, PARKER, V. X. N0KFLEE1', KesiUeiit Partner. E IMUil actors, Memuhis, Tenn. WHOLES A 1 HKUI. ' B- A. PARKER. K. L. W0ODSCH i no DR. D.S. JOHNSON'S PMVATE Medical Dispensary, No. 17 Jeiternoa HI lUtaeen nam and Front, "faun" fESTABLISU KD VX imA DR. JOHNSON is arkaowledcei by all partiea interefted a by fr tL moi!tuceescful phy- aiclan in ttia ttvatmenr cf privatg or necret dii itti)i, Quic, irmacei.t ouref (uaranteed ifj T. ry eae, mie or feionle. Kecent eaaei bonorrbee ano byitfniin eureo in a tew a,y, wijq otji tha dm of mercury, chunire of diet or bin d re nee from baines. 8eenti.vry byphiliSf tb Iuj-. vectifre emdioavtei wuhooi the one of rcer oiiry. InvoluDiary 1i of Mstnen iUtpied iu ft i-i rt time. SuCereri from iixttency or 18 oi uai in)ri re"tnred t-- froe vior in a tw ne-ai. V irttui ol feti-tvonpe kod mxontwm TQiiary, tutTerinit frr.'O. f iru.Htorrhea and lonol payBicavi or mental ier, ieaiij id9 perma cantly oared. ParticuU; etteatioo paid to tha Uif s.et ot Women, end ?Qre enaranteed. Pi lea aa-1 old orei eared w ihoat tbe ae of ranntic r-r t if k title. All consaltationt itrtctly eonndenttiU Keiieinet eant by ex pre m to all part ot the aountry. WorkiBrnen eared atlialf tbaniual prieat Office hors from a o'clock a m. tf i p.nv. U. SJOUNSD.N. M. OA3EXTA31 X'XX ISQaEl, flaOOO.irOO! Onl, 12,0,10 Tickets. GRAND EXTRAORDINARY DRAWIX9 Itoynl ilaviititi lottery For information write at on, to B0RSIO k BROTHER, 'ew Orleans, La. dugho's ALIMITMY EIIXIH. lirrlneii'lf i?'TC'M-iit.ViT W-'.N -rpntiflny forn)!i!nttjit :fi n:"iii-i r ti-f" '.!', fi n. it wn dcrf;ii:y t:n. Tiir:; : j-, i.- mtniir ttM V.'.-ii Ltci u:i,it f ilia-u:inf th 1:-l;vnrrtrm. Io Ti i'Hrnj. ti.iv ;m i Malarim. f v.-r.it 1 iu TiiuaMf, trU; j it .-t,yh f mirm . t UiRiitf,. ii:iiit U m. -.. Hitrt; ;v n-f ii.iuftii.!, i I.-, '-sij;nv I'l.y tn .rmnf I'arix cv to:iit f.ir --i.:in(l W' jik Te'i:n,silti.-j UttUw.ii : j",-. y.m FMiai-rn A- 4 m A.m. ui. N. Y Hil.U ii ALL I;l;fu.lali4. Ridge, Mr.rnBR Cotbtt, Oa. T x J. EaADriKi.o Dear (Sir: I hi. re taken sev eral bottles nf your Female Kegulator for falling of the womb and other disease combined ef six teen years undicr. and I really believe I asa cored entirely, for which please accent my heart felt thanks and most profound gratitude. I know your medicine saved my life, so you see I caunet speak too highly in its favor. I bve recom mended it to several of my triends who aru fif feringas I was. Your-, very resi-cetfully, MKi. W. . STKUBLN3. TESTED A QUARTER CEXTUU V. If NtaalN .'rivaled. LA.uaA?(OE, 0a Da. J. BuADriELD, Atlanta, li. De-tr Sic: I take4leaure in stating that I have ufed, Ur tbe last twenty years, the medicine you are now put ting np, known as Dr. BradGeld's Female Keif a lator, and consider it tbe bent cumbmtion ever gotten together for the diseases for which it is reeommended. With kindest regard, I re 8petfuliy, W. B. FEhHtLL, M-D. Atlanta, Oa. Dr. J.Deadfield Dear Sir: Some fifleon yean ago 1 examined the recipe of Female Regulator, and caret ally studied authorities in regard to its components, and then (as well as now) Dronounoe it to be tbe most scientific and skillful combina tion of the really reliable remedial vegetable agents known to science, to act directly oa tbe womb and uterine orcin. and the orgaas anl parts sympatbitirtg direnly with these; and, therefore, providing a sp.nnc kimiiit for all diseases of the womb and uf the adjacent organs and par tit. Yours truly, JiSE-DORa.M.D., D.D Send ior our treatise on " Health and Happiness of Wouiau." IViailed tree. The BraUUeld UuUtvr Co., Atlanta, Oa. Triitctt Nale. BY virtue of a truet deed made to tne by Julia ' F. Letiuareet al.,ontbe Uth dy of July, 18S1. and recorded n thfi Kif iistxr'. f,TT,sa. Al Shelby county in Ded Bouk 17, .iur I will. at tne Dortneat curner ot Maaiuu and Main streets, in Memphis, Tenn.. on Nwtt.rua.ft. frfbrnjirv A. iss.. at 12 o'clock nr., fell to tiie hirl,pt bidder, fer eab, the folluwimr de-crir.ed or i reels t ground, witu iuiinvftnents thwret-n, lying and Dei tig in tue etjuniy i tnoihy anJ Mate ol Ten neiee. and more frticulnrly deoTtbrd being aoeriain lot on the coinerot Hubingiun aed Orleans streets in shiJ city of Mini.hi, aon ningatthe nortiieitxt corner of the inieraTr-tjus. of satd streets; running tier ce north with tbe east side of Orleans tr. t TV-f rct ; tueuce ea-t- wardly Ni teet to eil Holt wu.tern boundary line; tbence Southwardly St feet tt Wa.hingtun street; thence wtwar i'.y with tKe north side ol V aldington siraet 4. ' t'ect to Orleans street becoud. A 1m. one nthtr lot or luircfl ,,f rn.iinsa in said eount? and Mate, on the nrtb siJe ol the Memi'hif and UeriitunU.w n plank road, near tbe, city of Memphis, being part of the John Kiee lUrO-acra grant and part ot lot No. 6. ot the iiW atrcs divided bet ween the heirs of ui . Win chester: beginning on the nrth side of said ad and on the won n of a4tK.ot nn.i -m feet west of the outhe-int Corner oi thtj urieinai No, 6 ot Enid liifhoMfr iivisi.sr. t north h' east with the wer-t hide ot tunl hUpv aud paral.el with the line nowoeu tbe onirit.ai bu & and , (- ehauis and w links to a stake north .V. west Id links from a whiteoak; thnoe north 2 wet7 rft-lt0 chains to the west Itue of said let Ko. 6 to a make south 2.V wrvi f, & bt,,iII oakbeme south & we-t 1' fio-VO rhiiins tea stake on tbe north Fide vi aitid r-id H links at from a large redoak, aud (iu- suufhwen corner ef said lot No. A; tUence omh ea.t 7 M-ltH eVtavina the towTinnintr. conutio nit hv Aati .nut i. All Tight and equity of redemption, humeteai nd d'-wer waived. Terms Cash. Title htlicvorl t Ktx n-. r. u.. I icli and will only convey as trustee. CHANCHRY SALS OF IX 13 AI. ESTATE. Ko. rjN.R.D. Chenyerr Court of Shelby Co. tr m. Kirhol et al. vs. W. D. Dunn tt a. T3 Y virt.e of an interloeutorr decree lnr sale, XJ entered in the above ceue on the 14th day o Januury. 1SS5, M. B. 4ii, pae .(li I will sell, at pubhr auction, to the highest bid ler. in front of the Clerk and Ma?ter'sorlio.,oourlhoujot tihelbf eounty, Memphis, Tenn., on NatnrdHy, I'ebrnary UI, ithin legal hours, the lollowing described nmiv. erty, situated in Shelby .ounty, Tenn., to-. it: lleing lots one an j seven 11 an.) .v.r.i l.iAAw 47, Dunn sub-U min . Lot no (1) fronting M 9-lu ieet ci the outh sido of luB,,e street or avenue, aod running back south. ard.lv betweon parallel lines 160 leet. Lot woven 171 frnntinr W 1-1) leet on the north side of Spring street. anS running back north between parallel lines lOA fet. terms of Sale rn.h. and M..l.mnw.n k.n. Thisjanuary In, lsfc". . .b.l. .Vlrliuv. ELL, Clerk and Master. Br J- M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk and Master. I. li. lleiskell. lllcit. CHANCERY SALE Oi REAL ESTATE. No. STJ. B. Chancery Court of Fhelby eeunty . ANuucr, auuiiuiMranr, et., ol u. tl. nil schor, deceased, et ai. vh. U. llilscher et al. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for saleen tered in the ab,,v. mute. ,.n th, lliv. Am ol July, lwti, and renewed December 1, 1KK4, 1 will sell at public auction, to the higliert biddor, in front ol the Clerk and Master's otiice, court house ot Shelby county, Memphis. Tenn., on Nniurilay, tcariiary 21, 1HV, within legal hour-, the t',, Hewing described prop erty, situated iaAleuiphis, bhelhy county, Tenn., to-wit: Beginning at Mrs. Peyton's soutbwe.t corner ei the Kaleiah road: theniyi ronninh west with the north side of said road leet to a stake; thenee northwardly aod parallel with Mrs. Peyton's west line 40 poles to a stake; thence eastwardl, with the first line to Mm. Peyton's west line; thenoe with her line to the beginning an alley 12 feet wide to he kept open to the lUodol.b road at the north end of said lot. Terms of bale Cash. Knuity f redemptieft barred. This Janusrv 1, lbftO. S.I. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master. 57 J;M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk and Master. W. M. Randolph, Wright. Jfolkes 4 Wright. Solicitors. CHANCERY SALE op llAL ESTATE, No. 4S50 R.-Chancery Court of 8helby County. btate of Tennessee, for its own use, et.., vs. Thus, rleming et al. BY virtue of an interloenUiry ilecre. for sal. entered in the above cause on the 11th day of January, 1S5, M. 11. 4',, page S)S, 1 will sell at public auction, to the higboft bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's office, courthouse eg shelby county, Meniphix, Tenn., en natarday, February 81, IH.,, within legal hoars, th. following described prop erty, situated in Memphis, tiha! by county, Tenn.. to-wit: Lots one and two (1 and !), block five (Jl, Fort Pickering, bold as the property of Mrs. M. Franklin and Anna W. Hives. Terms of Hale Cash, and redemption barred. This Jannary l';, lnvi. b. I. McDoWELL, Clerk and Master. By J. M. Bradley, Deputy Clerk and Maslev. H, kC.Vf. lleiskell, B. D. Jordan ar., yf. M. gmith, Solicitors. CHANCERY SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 545S, R. Chancery Court of Shelby connty Mrs. U. V. Pritehard, Executrix of Kishara Pritchard, dmssnl, vs. Mrs. AJJie De Loach et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sal. ntered in the above can, on the ttd day l Deeemler. ISM, M, 11. 4b, page 150, I will sell, at puolic auction, to the hikbest bid der, in front ot the Clerk and Master's .See. courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis. Tenn., ea Salnrday, February 14, ihhs, within legal hours, the following described prop erty, situated in bhelty county, Tenii., to-wit: known on the map of said eounty as tho Main Chester tract west of the land of h. J. Cash: Beginning at a stake at the northeast eorn.r of tbe said tract fiity i5ul feet south ot the center of the M. andC. K. ll. near Forraxt Hill; said tin. runs thence south 49 77-luO chains; thenee west 24 l.-llX) chains to a stake; thence north 14 Ji-H chains; thenee west IV chains: thenee north 15 -lod chains to a stake fifty feet south of said railroad; thence eaatwardly keeping fifty fee, from, the railroad twenty-fire chains to the be ginning, eontaing lib acres. Terms of bale On a credit of , II and 15 months ; notes with good seourity ; lien retained, and redemption harrcd. This January 24, 1ni6. B. I. Mi DOWKLL. Clerk and Master By Geo. Mallery, Deputy Clerk and Master. W..D. Wilkersun and II. M. Mill, gols. Trustee's Sule. TTNDER and by virtue of a trust deed executed KJ to me, as trustee, on Jun. a, 1n, by James L. Goodloe. executor of ', estate of R. C Brinkley, deceased, to ecure certain indebted ness therein named, which indebtedness is past due and unpaid,., ,aid deed being of record In tha Kegister oM ot Shelby county, in Record f.01'!'''. 147, page 214,1 will, at the request of u Bolder oi said indebtedness, sell for oash, oa Natarday, February 21, 15, at 12 o'clock m., a, the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets, in the Taxing-District of Shelby county, at publio cutcry, Xo the highest bidder, tbe totlowing described real estate, situ ated in the Taxing-District of bhelby oounty. Tenn., to-wlt: Beginning at the intersection ol the .astern boundary of the town reserve (being the west line of Manassas street) with the scuta side of Poplar street, and running thenoe nortk west with said Poplar street three hundred and five fet (SuVi) feet to a stake, the northeast corner of subdivision C" of original eounty lot No. 502. as partitioned among the heirs and de visees of Judge John Overton, under his will; th.ne couth irS east, along and with the east line of said subdivision "C ' thsee hundn d and seventy-three M7i) IwJt, more or less, to a point. said point being locatod ia tne center or aiiudi. ef Washington street, should V aihiugtou street ever herealter be.xieo Jed through w .Viiuiu street: Uiottce ewh 7.-S cist along th. renter of Washington .treet. sliould it be extended, the hundred and live (Siiloet to a point in the east, ern boendury of tho town reserve or to the west ern line of Manassas street as now oailed; thenoa north V west along the said town reserve line er Manassas street, three hundred and frnvenhy thra. w73 feet more or less, to tko beginning, being the property known aa tbe K. C, liriukley home place. ... .. ... All nght and equity of redemption waived im aid trust deed; title good, but I sell and ounvey a. trulce only ' January ai, iw. i. VV. JUUMJE3, Xroate,, mww