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THE MEMPHIS X APPEAL-WEDNESDAY. DEG1MBEB SO. 1885.
ABSltAL AiVD DAPAHiVBB Ot I RAMS.
Louis HI le. New Orleans and Texas It'j.
MISSISSIPPI TALLET ROUTE.
si Cffeet Kovamber 22, 1885
Sonih. I North.
Mempais......w...... A ...
4:00 p.tn;ll:(i0 a.m
0:41 p. ml :4n a.m
Letand . . C. I tt'li n.m
Vioksbars. I I 1:"0 a.ni
namioD ............... h L-Az a.m
Kthel F . S;iS a.m
Baton Koai-e ... 6:21 m.m
Now Orlntin ....U - I :3U i.m
Memphis . .
A With all lines entering Memphis.
B-With M. it N. W. K. R. lor Helena. ,
0 For Greenville and Huntington, and all Ar-
1-W.th V. Jd. and V S. A P. Railroads.
E With N., J. A C. K. it. fur Aatchei and Jack
son. F For Points on the Branch.
O With steamers tor Bayou Sara.
H With railroads divemins for Florida and
Pullman Buffet Sleerins Cars on all trains.
J AS. 11. hlwVkl3, V. P. and (J. M.
M. BURKE, General Sup't.
A. J. K.AA1-P. ti. P. A.
VI IftatftMlppI and Trane)aa Fast mail
train learns daily at 4:4i p.m.: arrives at s:45
a.m. Sardis accommodation reavei daily a' 3:20
p.m.; arrives at V:w a m. Local freight leaves
at 0:40 a.m.; a rivei at 4:.u p.m.
ltui. . . Birnslna-tsatu and Atlantlff
I Holly L'Urinf.. Koute Trains move as follows 7 Nn.
. 1 leaves Memphis daily at 5:30 a.m.. arrives at
1 1 1 1 1 c . . -...-. . vr .i i I. . .
uuii uiiiiiiR, nL i .j m.vu-i nv. . leaves 110117
I Bnrinrs dailv at H:I!U a.m.. arriv,. at MMmnkii at
'11:15a.m.; No.3 leaves Memphis daily at 4:00
i p.m., arrives at Holly Springs at (i:io p.m.; No.
4 leaves Holly Sprints daily at 7 :00p.m. f arrives
at Memphis atU:3u p.m.
Hauuitly,Nprlni(l'-ltaM4 JI eatphla,
Trains l-5.vtii.ind I.aepoias fallows : No. 4,
mail and e n-.s- leaves daily at 11 :3j a.m. ; No.
3, mail and eapre;s arrives at i 3i'.m.; No. to,
Bt Louis x,.rt Isires drily at 0:00 p.m.! No.
65, St. Ironia express arrives at 8:55 a.m.
Snap Da anil J. I; tip anca-irnl cove
rvoilcas l..eatr il rt ii.,rd unui J-'o. l.eavoe
AtTT iX 5 :5A p.ai.; or'ijs atV:5 p.m.; No. 5
jaavat at:a.u.; r.rnvse at 50 a.m. ; No. 6
5.irKhl leaves licitOejii ;ci,i Snndii.
' at6:0Ua.-.: a.-ries Ui:lJp.m.
Vheaapmke, Hels aan loatiiwnera
Trains mere ss follow?: No. 8 (fast line daily)
leaves at 11:30 a.m. No. 2 leaves at 11:40 p.m.
daily. St. Iou s fast line leaves daily at 5:30
.ai. No. 7 line liiiyj arrives at i :3o p.m.
Mail and express arrives Inily -.1,3:15 a.m. St.
Loaia last line arrives daily ! ;05 a n.
Miibl al criarteaaoa Trains mora
as follows: Throogf. express leave; daily at
10:20 p. m. and eipress leav.ts daiij-at 9:10
a.m. Somtrviilp ccnnmodalicn ii-ated daily,
xrep San lay, at 4 30 p.m. TUrousb express
rrivas di-'y at 5:2: a.m. Mail and ..press
aflVMS da-iy at 4 55 p.m. etomer.llis A.oommo
4at:oj arrive,, daily, exoei't Sanday, at 8 -kja-m.
a.filIIIand Naitiwiaii Xrain moyasui
O' oa"; 'at mail arrive? di!y at 4:35 a.m.;
leavtsat ;c:Ui p.m.; sail la.vas t!ily at 9:00
a. a. t'owrsvili i. omtu :ii.io5 leave? daily,
er ;it jr. j-17, at 5:(0 p.ci. ; nii.il arrives daily
at jttii p. .. Ltowis".J . 0T.ajod,..(..-; :.rrivet
4--lr. !ri Sandry, at fir' a.:;-.. (tanjrd
DR. 0. S. iC-HfsSON'S
I!-4irek Malxt Bad Front, Biupi
. lTWlHli VJ 1H 1SW.I
K. J-dNSu isackq-.-wlcdged uj all parties
InU -tute l as by ' :ao ui-tsascsssiol i.by
lician m th jeat ucit ;t private or socret die.
a' 'si i 'i " ir peritaa. "aroj guaranteed in
i B'tij u:aie r.r rxerent c-&ses ot
letter' t.-i. an.i Syr ail is caro-i In a few days.with-
-. i u io.c- i.T, i Usui, oi uiofc or ain
.ivnoe ii'im ba-nneee. ci.'nuarv Svnatin. tha
t ve;:. -3 eradicated without the use ot met.
pry. 1? volent i"? loss t.f sercon atonyed in t
a-:rtt!T?i. Htlftei-nPa fVr.,n i n.Tn n Ia.
fctnsl iiim TcsJnred lo "ree i ctli a !
k?. Virtims oi self-abnie r.d exoaarve
bnarr.sueenr..- ff-ns. sv&.-usf.rrhea and los ol
rical rr'nanT,.( :,..r, stieudily and nern a-
intlv cared. I tirt'.calr attention ttid tot-
cases o: " ornct, ar.'i c lies uaratad. Files
i Oil B'1C ft, "O.t V t ...r At A.r.,1. -
tit snlfa. i: cr,r.T;t. i . ... ;.rt vi.onrident'l.
ffitjictnes scot by exrra.s to all parts of the
;sr- A'orslnii. -e c:i-Ci ... hentrnl rates,
oflie hnurs l...n ' !,'''-.'r . . to p m
"IS- l"IIXSO. M. D.
11 K A. 1 13 SIMTE.
Ko. 4'."2, K . D "hnr.ccry C'.tirt of Khelby coun-
tv Stute I Tcmirroo vs. H. I'. Wnto et al.
3i virtue of nn in'erl cutury dweroe fur pale,
U entered in tbc atiovp mtu'a mi the i'th diiy oi
June, Inn."., M. I. t. p. :s,2, 1 will sell at public
auction, to the liiuhv-t lud lcr, in tront of the
Uerk and llalcr's nflico, c urthouse o bhelby
ooant, Mciuidns, T(im., on
Milnrilny, Jssnsri a, 1HSA,
with n lei-'al nours. the f llowinir described prop
erty, Mt-mted in Shelby co mty. i nn., to-wit:
South hll of li t 1. block 2. ir .ntin2i loet on
the west sine t Sixth street Fort Pickering, and
running back !etnen ir;iitel lines 1.(7 feet.
Lot ln:, liloek Ji", fronting t0 f ' ton the north
west r?DTner of V eoMor snd liel:t , streets, by 17u
'terms o; Knit On a credit Z si mon'bs;
nta w th ecuritv hearinjrinter.-';r reiuirt-d; lien
reusined; redemtition burred. 1 liis lice. 2, 1H3.
S. 1. Mi HOW KLL. flerk and Muster.
Ily J. M. ' r dlev, lleputy Cler.. aid Master.
' ' '. W. lleijOtnnnls.
R. G. CRAIG&CO.,3:l'iiioii t.
rw-eil nrMl avrlniilRr.! stnne.
' 7. NCi:.R.y SALE
XI Is.- A Ia "EfiTA T E.
No. 53.!. U. 1. Ca.anr.iry Court of Shelby ooun
ty Slit! o. Teire.-jf v vs. J.bn Iira et al.
BY virtue oj n interlocutory d-re tor Pair,
enters.- i in the active rnu.ii on the -ith da ti
July. 1S M. II. 4., KfiKo 1 will Hell, at
puolir Dt on, i te hiuhc-t bidder, in iront o:
the Clerk :nd Mn.tcrci otftre. rourthoufd o!
bhulby omn:yT Memphis , Tonn., on
HifttMrvlity, Jannnry 2, 1HS6.
within I hourn, the followinir described rrrri
rty, nHi :t il in Shelby county, Tenn. to wit:
Loll , bl...k 7. et idan ToJ.i or St Martin
utreet 17" leet !i'uih . Kl!u tt utrce' t the mrtb
wet r. rnr of "aid lot; thence -iith with the
evt fideol i (St M.r.in ftr.t ir. ft and
runnuisT bark bctnen piir.il I si lir.e.- lit! fjt.
feold us property o .lolm ltora".
Lot t', hi. .-It i liuder addition, t x?. feet,
Yiorth fluie ot I.Iliftt Mrc' t, the wei-t line bcins
lV4 feet eift of M;iin street. Sold as property o)
11. II. Cisitlin and otherd.
Kajit purl "i lot S. blt.ck -10, front rnir feet on
the north nidn o! V:nce strict and ruuninK back
hm teet wc-t ari l adiininc the bxyou, aud li7
feet ea-t ot St. Martin street. Sold ai property
of Kdwdrd ll:ilcy and oihcrn.
Teams ct ShIp n a crclit ot six months;
not wait security bearinjr intere-t required; lien
retained; rcttcn prion harrrd. lhi l'oc 2, 1SS5.
S. 1. Mt'DOWKI.L. Clerk aud M.inter.
Ity.t. M. llrndv. Deputv Clerk and MnUr.
r. l V. W. llci-kt'll. imlii.
BY T.rtuo of a trust deed rxeated to me on
the 2 st day of July, InM. by W. R and
iennio M. llarri'll, to.rure a ccrtnin indebted
nr ilo.rri)rd therein, the ?rtine be in ft due and
unpaid, 1 w ? i the liis.liti huutt. fi v h,
in front of the po-tfti'ioe, in the town of Oollier
ville, Shelby county, l'eun., on
Frlij. the l.l.n, tiny of J-ntinry, 16,
at 12 ui., the following described real entile:
Two hundred and ninct-en aud three-fourth?
f21t4 acre l land in section 2. mnce "t. of the
eleventh furvejor' ditrb-t. and Nintli Civil Dis
trict ot' Favette onurity, 'lonncffee, hepinning at
a utako with bl.-trkoak and d.tod puinters, on
Benj. W . bleri east line, and runnuifr thence
jt serentv-Iuur T4) chnina and ?eenty-fie (7.")
iiuks to a xtttte in a line ou I. L. Jenkins'f weet
line; thence north twenty-nine chain and
f.irtv tun link to a Pttke in W . C. Jenkins
outhline: then-e wet fercnty-four T4 chain
and neventv-tive 7 link to a atake with walnut,
kiukotk nri niwtrHk poin'ern : thence youth
tweoty-nine tJtf ehainv and forty I nks to the
beirinnin known ui to Willism tract.
AlBo. the following utdier tract of land in
FatvsattA NtintT. Tennefee, to-wit i A trnct eon
taininc abut two hunlred ml twelve yil2 ncrea.
more or lew, oounue i s i.-ui'w, "''T i i
wiirih hv thtt nh.jve trjict. to-wit. tHe J. H ll
iama traat; on the west by the H.W. M ehber
tract; on the aouth y the ltlneh llnchanan
lnd ). and on the cist ty the lhekory Withe end
Collierville nd all iu the nfiresid pert inn i
ranv' i of tbe eleventh carvoyor'fc and Ninth
Civil DistricU of raid Fayette eounty. Tenneeeee.
That ti-1st tai tbii nrtiertv in heticved Is be nood
Vat I fell and convey mt trustee only. Equity of
CAKY N. JVEISIt-KBwtji
Ko. 5267 R 7. State cf TmncMec, SheRy sun
it. office of t'ountt Cnurt Clerk. Venirhia.
Tenn., December St lvV To J. A. Crenshaw,
Ailiuinistratitr vt Frai.kl n Crenshaw:
Tl AV1X j niittre-ted the insolvency of the
1 1 tate ot rranklin t renhaw, lrcea.cd, you
are hereby ordered to ive notice, by advertise
ment in some newnpair uMhel within the
kid State, and aloo at the Cour.-House door ol
Shelby county, tor all rsona bavinr claim
aicaindt us id estate, to aiear and Die tne vatud
authenticated i& the manner prescribed by law,
on or tieto'6 te Mh day uf March, 1SV, and any
jsMim not a'ed on or bpt re said day, or be lure an
aiprnintisn ot the tund ot sal e-t.tte 19 made,
tutu te forever barred, ttu in law and etinity.
W 1 to ess tuv hand, at otlica. this 5th dav ol De
H. B. CULLEN, Clerk.
By O. L McDonald, UeMtty Clerk.
ronce siren as reguired ty tne lorefromf order.
J . A. ltr.MlAnt Administrator.
IU. it. 1. JIEAKe,
PIIYKK I AN AM M IMiLO.V.
RESIDENCE, No. 177 Abhamm streel. Tele
phone No. 27i. Offi-., Nc. 6 ain street.
Omoa hour. V t Hi a.m. aad 3 to 4 p.m.
ie-isnrd hirin Qualified as adminis-
J- lritwis'f i'hili Saner, do. eased, hereby no.
ka-tjfi aI''eblors hi roie tnrward and settle, and
a. . t, 1 ..r . . IV . . i. I
t-. ........... . i , , i .i v 1 1 y . ii-
batrd. Hll r-ods hld f.,r rliarrn must be re
moved by the 21st ol lfetuber. lvss.
Beots, Shou, T'Kils. bfcow-Cases and Fixtares
for Ml at lass than eovt.
Adsa'ra of Philip aucr, 4) Jefferson (u
5:00 p m
11:10 a. In
7 :3u a.m
. "i Siew
X I Pans,
' I Etc-
a- -.". :J I
gi1 ii f -
FINANCE AND TRADE.
The accomnlation of eottan at this port
continues, and the tightness of the money
market lemaina unrelieved. The cotton
market opened quiet, and cloaed steady,
middling, 8 9-lec; sales, 2000 bales; re
ceipts, 1302 bales ; stock, 168,181 bales.
New York spots closed quiet, middling,
9 3-16c; futures steady and 4 to 5 points
higher; January, 9 169.17c New Or
leans spots closed irregular and easy, mid
dlifg, 8je; futures steady, January, 8.68
8 70c. Liverpool spots dull, in buyers' fa
vor, and 1-ltid lower, middling uplands,
4 1516d; futures steady, January. 4 50-
64d, in buyers' favor. Receipts at all
United states porta yesterday, 4 l,3o9 bales.
In general trade nothing new is re
ported. JOHN Xu NORTON,
9 Madison Street,
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Money tight at 8 per cent The Clear-ing-Uouse
report is as follows:
. , Olearlnn. Balances.
Tnesdsy, Dec. th...$ m,2 47 I jg,m T2
Tbes far this week 57,!3 10 6S.280 25
Same time last wee 758,749 95 12U.738 10
Same time in lsa4.. Mi,l2 00 151,175 93
Same time in lms. 194,2 IV 2t,l85 57
. Btvinr. SeHint.
New York sight on all points. ais par
New Enitland demand.... ....4 dis ...
New Eai?landsiIit..m...54dis .
New Urleans.............ii)lU par
Bank of Commere
(German Bank.Hma .
Union it Planters...
Memphis and Charleston"...i.,iv..... 34
Mississippi and Tenneas..
Louiaville and 5ashtilie. 43
Mobile aad OLio . ,,,, i
Memphis City ..loo
Memphis and Charleston consols. lUj
Memphis and Little Hrk 1st mort. 8s.ll5
M ississippi and Tahnessee consols A ...116
Mississippi and Tennessee consols B... 90
Taxing-District 3, 4, 6'......
87 fl W
iff is u
Memphis Storage Compress Co tS no
Memphis Gas Company , . 81 tt3
Memphis (las Company bonds ..lOS .
Memphis WatorCo. bonds , ... s M
Memphis Water Company stock 90 S
Memphis City Compromise bonds, un
stamped .. (9 ...
Memphis City oonpons from old bonds 50 & w
Memphis City ooap. from eomp. bonds 92 & ...
Memphis Flippin compromise bonds,
stamped , , 7 sa gg
Memphis City ledirer balanoea. 46 $1 .
Memphis City ioda, on ccno. it bonds. 45 ...
.Shelby County bonds w.....l(i4csU5
Shelby Cottnty warrants 97V, w 99
Tennessee warrants, series 6 ............. 95 93
Tcnnetsee certificates, band E... fvV,ftj 87J4
Memphis City old bonds, various..... 49 ...
HanauerOil Works....- ftl ft)
City Oil Works 50
Ptoneor Cotton -Mills.. ,'cs 35
Amerioan Cotton Oil trusts , , 20) (tjia
New York, December 29. Money on
call easy, at 23 per cent. ; prime mer
cantile paper, 4(3)5 per cent.; foreign ex
change dull at $4 85) for sixty days, and
H So J for demand.
Bonds Government bonis were dull
and steady to day. State bonds were very
dull and prices steady. Railroad bonds
were . decidedly more active to-day than
f r some time past, and tbe bnainess was
widl distributed. The total sales were
3,f. 40,000. The only particularly active
issue was Erie seconds, of which the sales
aere $1,335,000, closing with a net Rain of
lj. Other issues are generally higher.
fctocks Yesterday's decline in stocks
was ail recovered to-day and something
more. First prices showed a gain of Jfa j
over last evening's closing figures and,
with only small reactions, the maiket was
atronx and slowly advancing throughout,
:he average gain tor thirty of the active
stocks amounting to over 1 per cent. The
Erie neenrities were conspicuous in the
.lealinB, both as regards tbe activity and
the advance established, the common
itcck tloBir with again of 11 per cent.
New York Central, .St. Paul and Missouri
I'acifie are also up lj each, Northwestern
Ig, Louisville and Nashville 1, and the
remainder of the active list, with few ex
ception, 1 to 1 3 per cent. Western Union
(mtitjues heavy and snows a gain of only
J. There was an equal advance in Union
I'acifie, Texas nnd Pacific and Oregon
Transcontinental, while Oregon Railway
icd Navigation is i lower. The exceptional
zains are 2 ptr cent in Wabash common,
-'4 m .Lake i-rie and Western,
itnd 21 in Reading. There was active
radiug in Erie, S. Paul and Lake Shore:
a moderate tuainees in Lackawanna,
Northern Pacific preferred, Western Union,
New York Central and Missouri, Kansas
and lexas, the total transactions for the
Jay aaonnted to 34S.900 shares. The
news circulated on the ttreet was all of a
I '.vomble cbnracter. The reported earn-
iii(tn f r the four railroads all showgiins
for tlia third week of December, Illinois
Central making an iucrecseof S5.',655 over
'lie corresponding week ot last year. In
dianarolis, Rlonmicglon and Western
sliced $J0,'31. Tne market closed nrni,
i or very near the very best figures of the
i ho to' al sales cf stocks to-day were
34S,!K: ahares, including Delaware, Lacka
am a aud Western, 2T,5;)9; Erie, 50,168;
Knis and Texas, 13,93 ); Lake Snore,
43,312; Louisville and N.-ishville, t750;
Northwestern, 14,9i'0; New York Central,
111,451 ; Pacific Mail. 7115 ; Reading, 8300;
-t. Paul, 41,500; Union Pacific, 7515;
Western Union, 15,118; Northern Pacific
preferred, 17,801; Oregon Transcontinent
al, 5til4. Closing quotations :
P. S. 3s, l(Mi.
New 4's, 11.' ,.
New 4s, 124.
Pacific 6 of 1S95, 125.
C. P. Srsts. US.
Erie seconds, '.4.
Lehiah A Wilkes., 1H!
uouisiana consols, ho.
Slissouri rs, 1(3.
St. Joseph, 11H.
m.P, A H.C. rirsts, 122.
Tenn. 6s, old, 52.
lenn. bs, new. 52.
T. P. land (rants. 37' J.
r., mo u. aiy.
II. P. firsts, llti'-.
U.P. land srants.iraU.
U. P. sink. lund, 121.
Virginia tis, 4'S.
Vs. con . , ex-ni . c..S0.
Va. con. deferred, 12,.
Adams Espress, 140.
Aiietfteny Central. .
Alton A Terrell.. X.
a. a 1. 11. ptd. ".
American Express, liri.
B. .C. H. A N.,7ft.
'.'anada Pa"i6c, i-i .
Canada Southern. 4i ,4
Central Pacific, 45'i.
Chesapeake and 11. .12.
0. A O. ltpfd,21'.
C. A O. 2d ptd. 14.
I'hicago A Alton, 139.
C. A A. pfd, ISO.
0., B. A 1S7S
C.St. L , N. O.. .
0.. St. L. A P., 14'.
C St. L. A P. iid. 31.
Del. A llud..'..
Del. L. AW., 127J.
Den. A Rio O.,
Erie ptd, &2.
East Tenn., f.
IWC I ana. l td. 104.
Fort Wayne, ltl.
liannihal A St. Jo, .
fl. A St. Jo pfd..
Houston A X., 30.
Illinois Central. IfsH.
Ind. 11. A ., ;V'.
Kansas A T.,
Lake K. A W .. V)i.
Lake Shore. SS.
Lou. A Nash., 4.-'i.
Lou. A N. A., .v6.
M. A Cist ptd, .
sl. A C. 2d ptd, .
Mem. A Char.,asS
MiohiKRn Central. 76.
Min. A. St. L..21S.
M. A St. L. pfd, 4S.
Mi.souri Pacific 109'i.
Nashville AC, 4r.
N.J. Central, 41',.
Norfolk A W.pfd. M4.
Northern Pacihc, 2s-.
Northern P. pfd. 61.
N. Y., C A St. L.,i4.
N.Y., CASt.L .pld.i;;,.
Chicaso AN. W., 110.
c a N. w., pfd. ns;.
N. . Central, KfiU.
Ohio Central, 1.
Ohio A Mississippi. 26.
Ohio A Miss, pid, K'-,.
Ontario A West.. Al?(.
Oreaon NaT., IcTS.
Oregon Imp., 2.
Pacific Mail, ot'..
Peoria. I. A E., 21?.
Pullman P.I Car. 131
Heading , 23V
Rock Is. ana. 127H
St. L. A S. V . 21 :,4
St. L. A S. F. ptd, 46.
St-L.A S.F. 1st Ptd.97.
O. M. A St. P., 97V
C. M. A St. P. Ptd.
St. P., M. A M., UMft.
St. P. A Omaha, SS'a.
St. P. A O. ptd. lot.
Texas Pacific, l-".
t'nion Pacific o5.
V. S. Express 61K.
W.,St. L. A P.. 12H.
W.. St. L. A P. p:d.22.
Wells A Fargo Ex. .120.
VI. V. Telegraph. 73'-,.
Colorado Coal, 24 V
Iron Silver, 175.
Quicksilver pfd. 24.
South Pacific .
Mobile AO.. 14.
Morris A Essex, offj, 130.
Cincinnati, O., Decmbr 29. Kistern
tx-tiKnge steady, 1-20 discount and par
Chicaoo, 111, December 29. The de
mand for money with which to provide
for contracts maturing with the first of the
year continues to increase-, and with
scare ly an exception the banks say their
daily leans are quite as large as they care
to see them, and rates are firm at 6(7 per
cent, for time paper and 5(i)t! per cent, on
cal', although very few transactions are
made below ti per cent. Merchants report
collections fairly good for the close of tho
year, and trade quiet. New York exchange
was firm at 25c premium. Foreign f x
change was dull and weak, and actual
rates for bankers' bills on London were
4So for long and 4S8 for sight; shippers'
sixty days documentary at 4S3J4S3.
Bank clearings, $8,058,000.
London, December 29. Consols, 99 5-16
for money and 99 7-16 for the account ; At
lantic and Great Western firsts, ; At
lantic and Great Western seconds, 22J;
Canadian Facitic, 64J; Erie, 255 ; Eriesec
jnds, 91; Illiuois Central, 140: Mexican
ordinary, 27 ; St. Paul common, 96 ; New
York Central, 106 ; Pennsylvania, 55 ;
Reading, 11. Bar silver, 47d per ounce.
The amount of bullion withdrawn from
the Btnk of England on balance to-day is
Paris), December 29. Three per cent,
renins, SOf 35c for the account.
CLEARANCES AND BALANCES.
Ft. Lons, December 29. Bank clear
ings, Ji,54",lll ; balances, f4jy,04. Ex
change on New York is from par to 25
BofcTJN Mass- December 29. Ex-
changea, $12,724,599; balances, $1,822,008.
Money, 23 per cent ; exchange on New
York, 25(a30c premium.
Naw Yobk, December 29. Exchanges,
$112,207,977; balances, $4,790,903.
PhuiAdxlphia, Pa., December 29.
Bank clearings, i 8,548,372 : balances, SI, -
Baltimori. Mo, December 29. Clear
ings, $1,503,030; balances, $204,462.
Naw Oblkaxr, La., December 29. Ex
change on New York nominal. Clearings
of the banks, $2,481,024,
THE COTTON MARKETS.
The local market onened aaiet. and
closed steady. Sales, 2000 bales, including
150 Monday evening, of which 400 were
to exporters and 1600 to spinners.
Itesterday. Day before.
. T -18
. T 15-16
. 8 5-16
. 8 9-16
Fair ;ii u..
COTTON STATEMENT. .
MxwFBia, Deeember K, 1885.
Stock, September 1, 1885 1,392
Keceived to-day . 1,392
Received previously 412,284 415,068
Shipped f revioosly...
Home eoranmption to datn...
Stock, running acconnt-
Thus far this week
Thus far last week...
Since September let
M"Mnrhifl and Charleston Railroad
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.. m
Louisville and Nashville Railroad....WM
Memphis and Little Rock Railroad
Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern R.R.
Ltouisvuie, M . yj. a i. n. n.....
Memphis. Selmaand Brnnawick Railroad
Steamers.H.H ,, ,,
W aeons and other sources. .
Thus far this week
Thus far last week . ...
Since beptember iat ,,, m, ,.
Memphis ind Charleston Railroad
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.......
Louisville and Nashville Railroad
Chesapeake, Chio and Southwestern R.R.
Louisville, N. 0. A T. R. R
Total ...... m. 3,066
New York ftnnljl nnAnarl Bin nnA
closed quiet and easy. Sales, 882
bales. Quotations were as follows:
,. Ysterdj. Day before.
Ordinary 8 3 16 6 9-16
Oood ordinary . 7 15-16 7 15-16
T.nw middli- Oi. s.iy
Middling ..... 9 3-16 9 3-16
uooa miaaiing...MHH.H...HHM v y-ie a if.it
Middling fair in in Q l
Fair.... . 10 13-16 10 1-16
New York futures opened barely steady
and closed steady, with sales of 111,
700 bales. The closing quotations were as
followET.as compared with the previous day :
Yesterday. Day before
u.miris 9. in
9.67 9 68
Inly 9.79 9.80
AnruH u ua.A a oo
September ... Z. " 9 6ik 9!tw
uctober 9.47 n ) ... o
November..... ft, ' iA
The New Orleans spot market opened
weak", and closed irregular, at fallowing
quotations, and sales of 631)0 bales:
Yesterday. Day Before.
Ordinary 74 7!4
Good ordinary .7 15-16 7 15-16
Low middling .......... 8 3-16 8 3-16
Middling 8-K mi
Good middling 9 5-16 9 5-16
The Nsv Orlnana fnfnvA fniinn mvaf
opened steady, and closed steady, with quo-
wuuua ao luauws, sou nnies oi ,ouu Dales :
Yesterday. Day Before
... .8.85.9 8.86
9.40;$ 9 41
9 51'J 9.52
8 67' 8.68
8.9:a 8 96
9 llt 9.11
9.50' 9 51
9.5.VS 9 57
9.19 4 9.20
nJ nvam ruir
DAILY PORT AND 1NTKK10R MARKETS
Reo'U.I Price. IS'.ocg.
Total receipts at ports, this day, 1SH5 41,359
Total receipt at porta, this dy. 11W4 23,614
1885. 1884. 1883.
R'tsatU.8.ports,4days 110,527 95.599 75,753
Exports to U't Britain 3,48il 68,030 4n,165
Stock ;l,153,323 1.018,246 1.297,0)C!
Receipts since Sept.lst;3,514,810i3,618,755 3.477,6'K
Foreign exports 1 1.967.430 2.212.525 1.868,813
Decrease in receipts this year ...103,945
Liverpool spots at noon were dull in
buyers' favor. Sales, 7000 bales, of which
S600 bales were American. Receipts, 54,
000 bales, of which 60,700 were American.
At noon: Ordinary, 41; good ordinary,
4 9-ltd; low middling 4 t ; good middling
5Jd; middling uplands, 5d; middling Or
leans, 5 3-16d.
At 2 p.m.: Ordinary, 4d; good ordi
nary, 4 9-1 6d; low middling, 4d; good
middling, fd ; middling nplands, 4 15-16d ;
middling Orleans, d-d-Manchester
Cloths unchanged; fair
business. Yarns dull and tending down.
Liverpool futures at noon were flat;
December-January, 4 56-r4d ; January
February, 4 57 644 5G 64d; February
March, 4 68 61d : March-April, 4 62-64
4 61-64 J ; April-May, 5d.
Liverpool futures at 2 p m. were steady :
December, 4 57-64d sellers; December-Jan
uary, 4 a-4d sellers; January-f errnary,
4 57-64d Bellers; February-March. 4 59-64d
sellers ; March-April,4 62-64d sellers ; April-
May. 5 l-64i sellers; May-June, 5 4-64d
sellers; June-July, 5 7-64d buyers; July-
August, n 10 oi l buyers.
Liverpool futures at 5 p.m. were steady;
Deeember, 459 64d buyers; Dai ember-Jan-nary,
4 59 Bid buyors; Janua y-February,
4 59 64d buyers; March-April, 4 62-64d
value; April-May, 5 l-64d buyers; May-
June, 5 4 04 J buyers; June-July, 5 8 l4d
buyers; July-August, 5 ll-bldjbuyers.
The following is tbe record of the bids
and offers at the Call Bjard yesterday :
No. 2 white. December, 38c : January,
38c bid ; February, 40c hid ; May, 43c bid ;
No. 2 spot, 3Sc b d, 38c asked ; December,
38c afked ; January, 3Sc asked . February,
3Sc, o t, bid, 40c asked ; May, 41c bic'.
No. 2 spot, white, 35c asked ; No. 2, spot,
32c bid, 33c asked ; December, 33c asked ;
January, 3i$c asked; May, 34 c asked.
February, $14 bid.
Spot, $1 95 asked ; December, $1 95 atked ;
January, 52 asked; ebruary, 3 10 asked;
May, t- 30 asked.
Cobn White, 48c; mixed, 47c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 43c;
Hay Choice, from store, 85c; prime,
75(aj80c; prairie, 60c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $14 50; prime,
$13 50: prairie. $7 50(?,!8 50.
. Oats W bite, 38(,i40c ; mixed, 37c, from
store. Round inta from levee on track
white, sacked. 37c: mixed. Backed. 35'c.
Corn-meat. btandard, I2l0)2 20; pearl,
$3 25 a 3 50 from store; 5 cheaper from
mill, levee or track.
Oatmeal In half barrels, $3 50 from
Flocb From store, double extra, $3 85 ;
triple extra, $4; familf, J44 25; choice,
$4 2".4 50; fancy, $1 75Sj5; extra fancy,
$5 2j(45 50; patents, i'66 25; round lots
from levee or track, 10c cheaper ; car lots
choice, ti 75(5-3 HO; family, tj 35(3 4 50;
extra family, $4 855 10; pateW.e, $5 35
Bran From store, 8085c per cwt;
round lots from levee, $14 25 per ton.
Beans Navy, $2 25; medium, $2 15.
Rice Louisiana, 45c; Carolina, 6
Hominy and Grits From store, $3 25
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels, $1 50
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c ; soda, treble
extra, 5c; lemon cream crackers, extra,
7c ; lemon cream crackers, treble extra,7c ;
ginger snaps, extra, 5c; ginger snaps,
treble extra, 6c; assorted jumbles, 9c
Louisville, Kt., December 29. Grain
steady. Wheat No. 2 longberry, 95c;
N. 2 red, 93c. Corn new, mixed, 36c.
Oats new No. 2 mixed, 30J(J,31c
Kansas . City. Mo., December 29.
Wheat No. 2 red, cash and December,
71c bid, 71c asked; January, 70 Jc; Feo
ruary, 73J-C; May, 79J79. Corn cash,
27c asked; December, 26c; January, 26
(?26ic; February, 27 jc bid, 28Jc asked;
March, 2.ic bid. Oa.s No. 2, cash and
December, no bids nor offerings; January,
Cincinnati, O , December 29. Flour
dull and unchanged; family, $4(2,4 25;
fancy, $4 40(5)4 60. Wheat active and
firmer; No. 2 red, 92 Jc; receipts, 5100
bu; shipments, 1000 bu. Corn strong
and higher; No. 3 mixed. 34c; No. 2
mixed, 36c Oats firm ; No. 2 mixed, SOc.
Rye weaker; No. 2, 64c. Barley quiet
and unchanged ; Nn. 3 spring, 64aoSc.
St. Louis, Mo., December 29 Wheat
quiet and easy; opened firm and higher,
bat weakened and closed heavy at price
about If, lower than yesterday 2 red,
rab, 92c; January, 92i93ic, closing at
92ic; February, 94j(a95c, eloaisg at 91ic
--lied: March, goiic, closing at 96fc,
nominal; May, Zl iX 01. closing at
$1 00i. Corn-steady And firm, C.'"rfc
over yesterday No. 2 mixed, cash, ttJi
December, 33ic; January, 3333Ci cl
ing at 83jc; February, 34ic ; May, 36S
36jc, closing at 36jc Oats quiei but
strong; Ko, 2 mixed, cash, 27c; Decem
ber, 27Jc; May, Slic. Bje weiil: nd fa
lower, 57 c Barley dull and tiiidhansled.
Hay steady; timothy, $11 13 50; prai
rie, $6r 50. .Bran steady; 60c at
mllh bic on Hast, track. . Cornmeal
steady, $1 65t 70. Riceipts Flour, 1609
bu; wbear, l3,uuu bu; corn, z,uuu bu;
oats, 1300 bu; rye, 1800 bu; barley, 34,
000 b. Shipments Flour, 37,00 bu;
wheat, none ; com, 278,000 btt ; oats, 24,000
bu; rye, 4600 bu,; barley, none.
Afternoon Board. Wheat quiet and easy
declined jic Cora quiet and i c low
er. Oats dull and unchanged.
Chicaoo, III., December 29. There was
a buoyancy to wheat ts tha early trading
to-day, owing to the first showing of a de
crease in the visible supply iu many
weeks. The starting price for May was
91 jc, or ic. higher than last night, and
large purchases were Uade at 91 Jc, at
which fignre tbe market hung for a time,
but as the offerings grew large a drop to
91 Ic followed! succeeded; by rally. to
91 c. : The feeling again became heaTy,
and just before the close of the regular
board tbe market toppled, May dropping
off to 90c, and sold during the recess at
90 jc. The feeling was heavy again in the
afternoon, May closing, at 9Ujc, or lc
under yesterday. The reieiptfl Were light
at all points, but the export movement
appeared to be dead, and nothing ot an
encouraging nature to holders appeared in
the cable advices. There wes a better
feeling in corn in the early trading, but
the later tone wi; weak under rather free
offerings, the market closing about tbe
same as yesterday. Oats, as a contrcet,
ruled quite firm throughout the day
and closed a shade higher. Flour
steady and unchanged. Wheat opened
higher) advanced edditional, declined
i, rallied 3, declined I and loaed at in
side fieures. Saba ranged: December,
84ib5ic closed Bt 84 Jc; January, 84 3
83c, closed at 84J a84jc: February, 85
86c, closed at 85c ', May, &0J91jc, closed
at 90jc; No. 2 spring, 81S43; No. 3
spring, 66"0s; No. 2 red, nominal.
Corn onened firm and a shade higher, bat
receded and closed easy; cash, 36c;
December and year, 366c- January,
36368c, closed at 3PJ3oc; February,
36i36ic, closed at 36a3oc ; May, 39?
39;:;, closed at 3939c. Oats quiet
and firm, a shade higtrer; cash, 27c ; De
cember, 27i'i 274c, clused at 27Sc: Janu-
ary,27ji72, closed at 27Js; May, 31
dijs. iiye auu; jno. z, asjc Uarley
dull; No. S, 626?lc. Flaxseed steady;
No. 1, fl 12. Receipts Flour, 15,000
brls; wheat, 53,000 bu; corn, 320,000
on; oats, 106,000 bu: rye, 4000 bu;
Darley. 76.0UU bu. ehinmenta f lour
11,000 brls; wheat, 14,000 bu; corn, 97,000
du; oats, li'b.uoo bu; rye, 7000 bu;
Darley, 45,000 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat weak J c lower,
Corn unchanged. Oats Jc lower.
Bctteb Creamery, 33c : . fancy, 25c ;
dairy, J2c; battarine, 12;(5j1Sj: country,
ILM'aUB- according tocondi ion.
CiiEssE Prime flits, 77Jc; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 11 :; x. A., l-c.
Mess Pokk 19 7 10 per barrel ; sugar
cured hams, packed, 9j10c; breakfast
bacon, 8i(3l9c; clear rib bacon, 6sc
Bulk Pork Clear Bides, 5 jc; clear rib
sides, 5g5Jc; long clear, 5Jc; shoulders
Labd TierctS, 66Jc; half-barrels,
6jc; buckets, 77c; half-buckets, 7i
74c: 50 lb tins, ejffijoic; 20-tt tins, 6ibec
10-lbtina, 6i7Jc; 6-lb tins, 77fc; 3-lb
lins, 7 J7jc; choice kettle, tierces, 77c.
Frk-jh Meats Beef Good Kansas City
steers, heavy, 78c; light, 5c; cows and
heifers, 6BJc; mutton, 7jc; mutton sad
dles, 9c; lambs, 84c: pork, 6c.
Pigs feet Br!s, $8 609 ; half-brls, $3 65
Louisville, Kt., December 29. Pro
visions quiet. Mes pork, $10 50. Bacon
clear rib sides, 5.90c; clear sides, 6c;
shoulders, 4c. Bulk meats clear rib
sides, 5.15c; clear sides, 5.40c; shoulders,
4c feugar-cured bams, 9tol0j. Lard
choice leaf, 74c.
Cincinnati, December 29. Pork quiet
at $10. Lard nominal at 6c. Bulk meats
nominal ; short rib, 5c. Bacon firm ; hhoul-
ders, 41c ; short rib, 54c; short clear, 6J-C.
nutter lower ; IN orth western creamery, 40
41c; Ohio, 2530c; choice dairy roU, 12
15 j. Eea easier and lower at 1718c
(Jbeete steady ; choice cured Ohio factory.
St. Locis, Ma. .December 29. Provisions
very dull and weak. Pork stea 3y ; $10 for
new. Lard easy at 5 80c. Bulk meats.
loose lots long clear, 4.80c; short rib.
4.90c; short clear, 5.05c: box lots long
clear, 4S04.85c; short rib, 4 95c; short
clear, 5.055.10c. Bacon long clear, 5J
5.55c; snort rib, 5.MX3F8c; snort clear,
5.8.1C. U utter dull and steady; creamery,
2532c; dairy, 1625c. Egga fairly active
Chicago, III , December 29. Provisions
were steady at the opening, but a sharp
break occurred jut before the close of the
regular cession. Mess pork opened nrm,
but broke oil toward the close and clof ed
12115: under yesterday; cash, 39 25
9 70, according to age; January, $9 774(a
H90. cloaed at 59 774WJ 80: February.
$9 87j10, closed J 'J 87. Lird quiet and
easy; casn, 5.95c; January, o.9o(6
closed at 5.95c ; February, 6tf 05c, closed
et 66.0rc. Boxed meats steady; dry
salted shoulders, 333.80c; short rib
sides, 4.804.82c short cleur sides. 5.20
5Jc. Batter quiet; creamery, 2836u;
dairy, 18 a 28-". Etgs easier, 1920c.
Afltrnoon Board fork and iard un
Soap 2 103 50 per case.
Cofbbc Common, 88c; ordinary,
99Jc; pnme Kio, lotillc: choice to
fancy, 114121c; old government, 25
27c: Ceylon. 20c.
SuaiB E-istern yellow, 6J7Jc; pure
w. c. white, bJ(n)7c; on wnite, 68(iib1
yellow clarified, 66'3; open kettle, oj
6c, refined A, 7H!; gTanulatel, c
powdered, 81c; cut loaf, 81c.
Molasses Louieiana, common to fair,
Zi(i)27c: prime to choice. 46(Moc ; syrnp,
25(u40c; centrifugal, fancy, 45c; common
to fsir, 2o((i)b3c; prime to choice, iXajiOc
Candies Sacks, ad sizas, in boxes,
paus and barrels, 10(.i)IlJc.
Candles Full weight, llllc.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 2730c;
other grades and styles, 2585c. Snuff
Garrett's, $10 85 per case; Ralph's, $10 25
per case; K K., S9 50.
Sai t f 1 20 a)l 30 per barrel ; sacks, fine,
$150: coarse. $1 10: pickets, bleached. 2
7c; car-loads from levee or depot, 5c
Canned Goods, etc. Pricss per dozen
Pineapples nominal; peaches, 2-lb, stan
dard, fl 3oQAl 40; seconds, 1 15(a)! 2
tomatoes, 2-lb, standard, 9Jc$l; 31b,
H Mill:'); strawberries, fl stXtjl 40
raspberries, fl 151 25 ; blackberries, $1
1 25; greengages, $1 61 75; pears, $2
2 25; plums, $1 601 75; asparagus, $2 65
(a)4 ; Ereen corn, $11 15; green peas, $1 50
(ajx i;cove oysters, iu:i weigm, i-io, i i'J
cove oysters, lu.l weight, 2 lb 1 90Y1 9o
cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb, 65c ; cove
oysters, light weigltt, 2 19, $1 lU(ai 15
couuensed milk. Urown, fi; .agle, IS
BALTiMOBE,December 29. Coffee firmer
Kio cargoes, ordinary to lair, j8-
New York, December 29. Coffee spot
fair Kiodull, Sjc; options dull and ratber
weak; sales, 82o0 bags; December, e.x
January, 6.60c; February, 6.65c; April
6jc; August, 6 65c; October, 7c Sugar
hrm and quiet; rehned quiet and steady
standard A, 6c; powdered, 6i7ic; gran
ulated,6 13-16c; cubes, 6i6 li-16c Mo
New Orleans, La., December 29. Cof
fee dull ; Rio cargoes, common to prime, 7
9jc. Sugar centrifugals firmer; Louisi
ana open kettle, prims, 4ic; centrifugal
plantation granulated, 6Jc; choice white,
6ic; eff-white, ii6c; choice yellow clari
fled, 6 Jc ; prime ydlow clarified, 6j
51316c; seconds, 4i5 9 16c. Molasses
dull aud nomin tl; Loaisiana open kettle.
choice, 3!K'v4lc; Btnctly pnme, 34Jt(
prime, 2(X"-'9c; centnfuaais inferior to
strictly prime, 14 22c
Cotton-Seed Oil In car-load lots.
prime, crude C. 8. oil, 26; prime summer
yellow, 30c: on summsr yellow. 2 4c; mi
ners', 26c; choir cooking summer yellow,
Cotton-Seed Delivered at depot and
wharf, f 8 per ton ; on bank of river (f. o. b,
bo .t), ft; wagon at nulls $3.
Cotton tkio Meal Prime f. o. b., $15
per ton. Lees than car-load lota, $16.
eg stables unions, l 04X(t)2 7a per
barrel. Potatoes Irish, northern, $1 752
packed; car-loads from levee or depot, $165
ml 1 5 per barrel. Uabbage, 10(a) 12c per
head. Krout, brls, $56 ; half brls, $3
3 25. Garlic. 40f60c per 100.
Apples Apples, $23 from store; $1 70
2 per car-load from levee or depot. Dried
apples, 34c per pound from store, lined
peacnes, 'ioc irom store.
Fecit Oranges, Louisiana, $6 per bar
rel. Lemons, $4 50 per box. Bananas, $1
2 50 Tier bunch, locoanuv, 14 per 100.
Peanuts Virginia, 67c; Tennessee, far
mer's stock, 2c; recleaued, 34c;
roasted, 2c higher; shelled, 10c Al
monds, 1826c. Cheetnnts green, 12
15c; dry, none.
Raisins London layers, $3 50; layers,
,$2 75; California, ; Imperial,$3 504.
PrcA-K Texas, 54o lor small to me-
dium, 1014c for large; Arkansas, 35c
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples, 15c;
Grenoblee, 15c Filberts, 1 c. .
.,Pi.KLE8 In jarp, pints, 90c; quarts,
$1 60; half gallons, $2-60; gallons, $3 75;
loose, barrels, $tf; half-barrels, $3 50;
mixed, barrels, $10 50: mixed, $9.
Cideb Missouri, $77 tO per barrel and
$44 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky barrels,
$6 507; Kentucky half-barrels, $L Vine-
a-ar ll18e per gallon.
' PntTray--Chickem, $12 50. Turkeys,
1C19; dressed rur;"' lotfs!
potlrid; geese, 34 50: tJacBT.
Fim Mackerel balf'barrels. 9di ,
$4 304 75; No. 2. $3 503 73;Hc(. 8,
$2 753; 10-lb kit. No. J, 80c; No. 2, 70c;
5-lb, No. 3, GOc. vrf berrings, family,
30c per box.
Game Venison, whole, 45c; saddles,
8(3 10c ; bear, 6 8c ; wild turkeys, 50c$l ;
wild ducks,. $1502 50; squirrels, 50
75c: duails, 75c$l ; prairie chickens, $4 ;
turkeys, f 812 per dca. Fish, 5dc per
E.OQ8 UUll, 21C
CoAt-diL Prime white wholesale
loc per gallon. ,
Cleveland, u., jecemoer 2. retro
leum, B.W., 110, 8c
TrrvsviLLE. Pa.. December 29. Na
tional Transit certificates opened at 88c,
and closed 88c; highest, 88c; lowest,
BRAnofiO. Pa; December 29. Na
tional Transit certificates opened at , 88c;
and closed at 88c; highest price, 88c;
Tittsb'pbg, Pa., December 29. Petro
leum quiet , but steady; National
Transit certificates opened at Sc, and
closed at 881c; highest prce, 88 jc; low
est, 87 c.
New Yobi, December. 29. The petro
leum market was dull. It openod at 88)c,
broke to 873, sold a shade above 88c,
broke late in the afternoon to 87c, ral
lied and closed at 8Sc
B1GOMB AID TIES.
Baoqino Jute, 9llc; flax, 1010c,
according to weight Ties, $1 20 1 25.
Mails f 2 lo. - - -
, WHlSKT. ETO,
WtE8 Imported port, $1 506 ', Bherry.
$1 506; champagne American eitra, $7
8; Piper Heidsieck, $2-527; Mumm's
extra dry, $2830 50; Roederer, 231;
Veuve Cliquot, $3! 33; claret, $3 5013
per box ; Catawba, $45 per case.
whibkt btraigbt Kentucky tsourDon,
$1 606; rye, $175S; rectified, 90c
St. Louis, Mo.t December 28 Whisky,
St. Lcui', December 29 Whisky, $1 10.
New Orleans, December 29. Whisky
Chicago. III., December 29. Whisky
steady at 1 16.
Cincinnati. O.. December 29. Whisky
steady at $L 10: sales of 1009 barrels of fin
ished goods on this basis.
BORSESi A AID MIXES.
Messrs. F. A. Jones & Co., live-stork and
commission merchants, Monroe street, fur
nish tbe following quotations of the horse
and mule market:
lions 8 tiood driving, SI 2o(al5V: good
addle, $140(313 X); plugs, $3580; good
Mules-14 to 15, $110130; 15 to 15.
X125140; 15 to 16, $140175. Supply
email; demand moderate.
St. Louis, Mo , December 29. Wool
steady; tub washed, 2634c; unwashed,
14(a24c; Texas woo', 9234c.
New York, December 29. Wool quiet
and very; steady; domestic fleeces, 27
3bc; pulled wools, I4(g33c; lexas, 722c.
Philadelphia, Pa., December 29.
Wool firm; prices steady; demand mod
erate; tub-waehed choice, 3738c; fair,
Boston, Mass., December 29. Wool
steady at full prices; Ohio and Pennsylva
ma fleeces, 6.iM,iSc: Michigan txtra
fleeces, 3132c; unwashed nseces, 20
28c; pulled wools, 2540c for common
and choice supers.
J. LaCroix of the Memphis Stock-Yard
makes the following report of tbe condition
01 tbe cattle market yesterday :
Cattle Choice extra corn fed, 3i41c.
Grass choice, 343Jc; good, 33Jc; fair
to medium, 24(a2ic; common, lKa)2c.
iloGs Uboice lignt, l2o to 150 pounds,
3(33c; heavy, 34 oiSj;; common, 3(53c.
Sheep Choice,? a 4c; medium, 3C3jc;
common, $11 53; choice lambs, $44 50.
Cincinnati, O., December 9. Hogs
steady; common aud light, ti lUtej 8);
packing and butchers', $3 804 05. Re
ceipts, 4448 bead; Bhipmentf, 154 head,
St. Louis. Mo.. December 29. Cattle
receipts, 250 bead; phipments, 40 head;
market ttady unaer light rtceipts; choice
shippiDg,$55 25; common t) good, $3 93
(24 a J; common to ood cows, 2 25(a,j 50;
feeders, 3 404 : etocke.rp, f 2 40M3 2
Hogs receipts, 2500 head; shipments,
1400 head ; market strong and active
butchers' and best heavy, $ j 854 ; mixed
packing, $3 603 80; light, $3 503 80.
Sheerj receipts, 660 head; shipments, 400
head; active and 50c higher than a week
ago ; good to cnoice, $J(o3 i o ; common to
Chicago, III, December 29 The
Drovers' Journal report": Cattle recfipte.
60D0 head; shipments, 3000 herd; market
steadier; shipping 8ters, 3 305 65;
stockers and feedeis, $2 403 90; cows,
bulls and mixed, 1 403 8 J; bulk, $2 75
2 90. Hogs receipts, 22,000 head ;ship
merits, 38 JO heed; market steady; rough
and mixed, $3 553 75; parking and
shipping, $3 754 05; light, J3 3l3 80;
skips, $2 503 30. Sheep receipts, 3000
head ; shipments, 900 head ; marketsteady
natives, 2tl0; Western, $2 303 40
Texans, $1 153 20; Iambi, J3 854 75.
Kansas City, Mo., December 29. The
Live Slock Indicator reports: Cattle re
ceipts, 962 head; shipments, 91 bead
active and strone: fat a shade hiirher
stockers and feeders quiet ; exporters, $5
o 2o; gocd to choice ttbipping,$4 5O0i4 8)
common to medium, H3 10it;4 40; stock
ere and feeder?, $2 803 7o; cows, $2
3 2o. Hogs receipts, 0940 head; ship
ments, 232 head; weak; choice about
steady; common 5c lower: good to choice,
3 55(2,3 65; common to medium, $i0
o oo. bneep receipts, oo bead; siup
men tc, none; quiet; fair to good, $2 50
3; common to medium, !fl 502 2o; scala
wags, ou(2oc each.
KEW YORK lRT UOOOS SI4KK1T
jnew iOBK, December 29. Tbe ex
ports of domestic cottons the past week
were the largest of any week on record
amonnting to 12 ,720 packages, and carry
ing the total for the year to 210.052 pack
ages. The demand has been quiet aud in
different, but a urge movement main
tained through deliveries on spring orders.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
Memphis aud Cincinnati Packet Co,
FOB LOUISVILLE ASD CIiCINHATI
Granite ftitate, rTs
John S. Jones master.
Will leave FRIDAY. JanuarT 1st. at 5 n.i
For Ireitrht or passage apply tc C. B. RDSSKLL,
Aa-ent, Mo. 12 Msdlson st. Telephone Mo. 227
JOHN CARR. Passenirer Aienr
Steamer BUCKEYE bSAIK follows, leaving
a unusr, jsnstrj Pin.
Jontlieris Transportallen re, O. l.ln,
For Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati Str.
Vhna WlinvIsAsik- mtm
n in leave ntu.MiMJAl, i)e. wtb. at 12 m.
For freight or passaae apply toC. B. RUSSbLL,
aisDt, n Maaison st. xeiepnone rio.
Jkshk B. Franklin. Passenger Apent
LEE LINK STEAMERS.
Hemplttrt. Frlarc Xotnt nnd nenphli
For Kelnfc Qlendolos Friftr Point and all Way
B. T, Clagett masUir Piatt Rhode(...clerk
Willleave as above ra every MONiJAY, WBDNiii-
ual and fmiiAl. at 5 o-cioek p.m.
For Randolph, Fulton, usoeola and WarLandlnrs
J. IT. CoODer. maatnr J. W. Smithars mat a
Leaves ss above every MONDAY, HtiDiNtb
LAY and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of this
line reserve the right to nasi all landings the sap-
tain maraeem ansaie, umoe, cto. Maaison st.
JAMKS 1,KF. J.. Snw4TifmlOTit.
For Osceola, Hales Point. Carnthersrille, Oayoso
and uptonvuie ine new passenger steamer
UT T Hll T Ti VhIU. I i,
will leay aa above, and all way poinU, VE i
muauai ana iuuiumjai a.opm.
Pr frwirbt nr Trntnne arnW ori hfari.
FOR 8T. FRANCIS RTVEK.
For Marianna, the Cat-Off and all way landinri
on M. rrancu nver steamer
iom vniioress...... ..mBwr, ijiMm .
will leave Memphis every MONDAY aod JUL tto
DAY KVEMNiiS, at 5 clo:k. For freight or
passage apply on poarq.
The St Francis River Transportation Co'
Fine Side-Wheel U. 8. Mail Steamer
liene Maercady. rr
o. n. Jopnn master.
WILL LKAVK HMPUIS EVKKT
TV BSD AT.
at 5 o'clock, for Marianna, the Cct-OrT, and Inter
mediate landings on bt. Francis nver. The eaj
tain reserves the riibt to nasi all landinas I
deems unsafe. J AS. LKS, Jatinperi&tendeaa.
um'.c. o. 4 madisoa street.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
For Indian Bay, St. Charles. Clarendon, Devalls
Dins, ues Arc.Angnsia, jacasonpon, aear:
ALBEUTA, AO. 3,
A lhrt H. Rmith. master. etfSEgM
Will leave Memphis every Nattarelajr at i e'olock
p.m. Xaronga Rata to an points.
JL v7. LIGHTBl'RNE, Art..
' Bona B, Basement Cotton x change Boll ding,
TUIS DAT. ,
Friars Point.Jiaaa Las. Clatnett, S p.m.
Cat Island Kqpix, Randall, 4 p.m.
WkiURirer. Chiceasaw. Postal, S p.m.
OaMola Coahoma, Cooper, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati .....Tno3. rlBxaLocK.McIntyre.U m.
, , 1 HURSDAT AD FRIDAY.
Arkansas City.KiTB Apab. Ihurtday, 8 p.m.
Tiptonville.. Qayoso. Thursday, p.m.
St-FranciiRirer.Tioxa. Thursday, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati ...GesxiTiSTiT. Friday, S p.m.
"ATHUn AT TUI E.ETEB.
ArrZiUrV, rwel!-St- L-u s; Guid
ing 8.ar( CinciflasHi ...
J)fpaHurei.V. a. Powell, ee WrlMs.,
GuiduM Starj KeW Orleans) Cha8. V.
houteao. Aew Orleans: Auquirer, Cat
Island ; Rene Mac ready, St. Francis river:
Boat Vue Down. Coahoma.
Boat Due Up. James Le, Chickasaw
and Thos. Sherlock.
Guiding f tar lot sundries.
D. R. Powell 25 tons merchandise.
t FUTURE HOVEHB.BTTB.
The Tiger, CapL Thos. Childress, goes
out to-morrow evening for St. Francis
T WilL B. Hays. Capt Q. W. Floyd.
is doe tip this evening, bound for the Ohio
T&e Enaairer. CaDt 3. D. Kandall. Ss the
packei this erening at 4 o'clock for Scan-
an b Landing, (t isiana anel all way
The Coahoma. Caot. Henry Cooner. is
the packet this eveniDg at 5 o'clock for
Oscjola and tho flnpsr bends. William
Smither is in her office.
The James Lee, Capt Thomas Claegett,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for
Helena, Friars Point and all way landings.
Will Ashford is in her office.
The Chickasaw. Caot Ed C. Postal, is
the packet this evening at 5 o'clock for ail
points on w nite ana uiack rivers, u. m.
foetal and A. Banksmith are her clerks.
Thsj Oayoao, Capt. W. P. Hall, is the
packet to-morrow evening at 6 o'clock for
11 ales Point, Tiptonville and ail way land
ings. Col. 9. D. Fuller has charge of her
liice. . .
The Kate Adams. Capt. MarK R. Cheek,
is the United States mail packet to-morrow
evening at 5 o'clock for Helena, Arkansas
City and all r.ay landings. W. C. Blanker
is in charge of her othce.
THE O. line steamer Thomas Sherlock.
Capt. C. M. Mclntyre: will pass up to day
at 12 o'clock for Cincinnati and interme
diate landings on the Ohio River. Wm.
hi. Mclntyie is in her othce.
The Granite State, Capt. John S. Jonee,
is tbe packet Friday evening at 5 o'clock
for Cincinnati and all way landings on the
Ohio riyer. lion A. Marrs is in her office.
The Granite State will give cheap rates to
all (joints north and .East.
Weatbeb clear and pleasant.
No cottom by the riyer yesterday.
The Enaairer h&n resnineii hnr nlflne in
the Cat. Island trade..
The Rene Mac ready departed last even
ing for St. Francis river with a fair trip.
The river here stands 13 feet 4 tenths
on the gauge a fall of 1 foot the laet 24
Tbe Guiding Star, from Cincinnati.
passed down yesterday evening loaded flit
and a fair lot of people for New Orleans.
She added below Cairo 4000 sacks corn.
The Charles P. Chouteau departed last
evening for New Orleans with 500 tons of
miscellaneous freight for way landings be
low here, and has engagements for a big
The Ohio departed yesterday evening
for Cincinnati with 630 bales cotton, 100
barrels oil, 14S0 sacks cotton-seed meal, lot
rags and sundries and 25 cabin passen
gers. The D. R. Powell, from St. Louis, passed
down yesterday evening for New Orleans
with 1)00 tons freight for way landings be
tween here and New Orleans. She has
only 600 pachakes throngh freight.
The Cincinnati . Timet Star of Monday
says : "Capt. Jbi. 11 art is busy getting the
sonoma ready lor experimental trips with
nisnewtaei burner, bteam boatmen are
awaiting the approaching trial with active
The Vicksburg Commercial Herald of
yesterday says: "Suit was brought by
McCabe oV Anderson, attorneys, in tha
biata Court, for John Hicks, a colored
man, against tbe steamer Paris C. Brown
to recover $360, money which Hicks
claims was stolen out of his valise by a
porter on tbe boat, while said Hicks was
a passenger on the last trip bonnd South.
Mr. A. U. Kyland, a noted newspaper
man, for twenly-e gnt years connected
with the press of St. Lonis, and for over
twenty years river reporter on the Missouri
Republican, honored the C. with his
presence a short while last night. He is
en ronte to Florida, by the way of New
Orleans, to visit the orange groves on the
coast. He is the same jolly and interest
ing Ryland of old."
WEATIIiR AND BIVERS.
Ojtic Siokal Bexvick. U. S. A.,
Mkmphis, Tsnn., December 21, 1865, 1 p.m. )
The following observations are taken at
all stations named at 75 meridian tine, which il
one hour taster tnan memphis time.
btatiohs. low water. Rise. Fall.
Feet lOtha Feet lOths Feet lutbs
Cairo 18 8 ZZ I"
Chattanooga b 4 ... 4
Cincinnati... 15 7 1 1
Davenport... 6 9 ...... HM
Fort Smith... 4 4 8 .
Keokuk 5 4 . 5
Uelena . 20 7 .. 1 1
La Crosse.... 0 4 14 ...
Leavenw'th. 6 9 . ..... 4
Little Rock. 2 7
Lonisville.... 7 4 1
ntctiuphia. 13 1
Nashville.-. 8 5
NewOrle'ns- 5 3 6
Omaha 5 9 1
Pittsburg 5 3 7
St. Louis 7 4 .. ...
Shreveport... 4 3 .. 2
Vicksburg ... 2U 3
Pittsburo, December 29. Noon Riyer
S feet 6 inches and fa'ling. Weather cloudy and
Whkei.ino. W.Va., December 29. Noon
River 8 feet 6 inches and falling. Weather
oloudy and cold.
Nw Orlbaks, December 29. Night
Departed : Port Eads and barges, Bt. Louis ; Hel
EvANsviLL,December 29 Noon Riyer
12 feet 6 inches on the gauge and falling. Night
River 12 feet4 inches on the gauge and fating.
Weather clear and pleasant; thermometer 45 to
CreciNNATi.December 29. Noob River
15 feet 8 inches and falling. Weather cloudy;
thermometer 45. Arrived: Charles Morgan,
Kew Orleans. Night River 15 feet 1 inches and
rising, weather clondy ana warm.
LouinyiLLB, December 29. Noon River
stationary, with 7 feet 2 inches in the eanal and 5
feet on the falls. Business dnll. Weather clear
and mild. Night River stationary, with 7 feet 2
inches in the eanal and 5 feet on the falls. Busi
ness fair. Weather clear and pleasant.
Cairo, December 29. Noon Riyer 19
feet and falling. Weather clondr and mild. Ar
rived : Annie P. Silver, New Orleans, 9 p.m. De
parted: Annie P. Silver, St. Lonis, 7 a.m.
Night River 18 feet 8 inches and falling. Weather
elear and cool. Arrived: Granite State, Cincin
nati. Imparted: Uranite State, Memphis.
BOTEMENT8 Or OCCAM STEAafKKS.
New York, December 29. Arrived:
Qceenstown, Dscember 29. Arrived :
City of Richmond, New York.
FOR 80ANLAN8 AND CAT ISLAND,
For Scanlans and Cat Island
sussl Wax Landrags-titeamarl
Will leave EVERT EVENING, except Sunday,
AT 4 Wei-OCK SHARP.
Memphis and Vickabarg Packet Company
U.S. Mail Line.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkansas
City The new and elegant passenger steamer
KATE ADAMS. rJ
M. R. Cooek master I W. C. Blanker elerk
EVERT MONDAY and TiiCRSDAY. at 5
For general information aonlv at offic
Madison street. K. WALWORTH. Anna.
JOHN CA RK. Pas.eneer Anst. Telephone ZVi.
Memphis & White River Pkt Co.
13. S. BSJkJJU AaISHH.
STR. CHICKASAW, :
E. C. Postal K aster I 0. M. PostsJel.(k
Olanade., Bowall. It I war, lies Are, Aa
ir.Maa, aiaeivors nisa mtmwty.
LEAVES MiMPUlS EVERY WEDNESDAY
at S p.m. Through rates to all point.
Freight consigned to "Memphis and WUtsj
ruvor tcaec uo." wui n. Torw.r.ind promptly,
H. C..LOWB, Agent.
SMdisonst. T.lei'bo-e No. R2.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
MempUis, White aad Black KJrer Packet.
For Helena, Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon,
DeVaHs Bluff. Des Are, Augusta, Jaeksonport,
BatMville. Powhattan and Pocahontas. The
new ana eiegani siaewneei pasaenger suamer
Milt Rarrv TmMTI
WiU leave EVERY SATURDAY at 5 o'clock p.m.
Thronah rats, to all points. Fraiabt soniitBul
to Milt Harry Lin., Memphis, will b. promptly
X3fl.. X. 13. ROSOSRB,
LaU of New York.
Offlor-US M aJa Blrert, Mesnflkia, Tera.
CURES Consnmptien, Heart DieaM, Catarrh,
Rheumatism. Female Trouble, Liver, Aid-
Sey, Dpmai, ervoas, mooa ana eg n Ufeases,
to. Qonsnitaaioa aad yreeenpeisu are.
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY!
And at as LOW PRICES as tlrst qnaii. gooAt can be
tonght in any market.
C. Ii. BYED fc CO.,
Jewelers, 290 Main Street Memphis, Tenn.
CAPITAL, : $850,000 1
HILBCKir, Fmident. w. C. MTeCIiURE, Vice-President.
EIIW1HO GOLDSMITH, Vstthler.
JOHN W. COCHRAN,
PAVID P. HADDEN.
WILLIAM K A.TZENBKRQKR,
THOS. H. MILBURN,
HE. H. VANCE,
RICHARD JC. GRAVIM,
JACOB J. JENNT, .
JOHN D. MILBURN
JAMES S. ROBINSON,
vTransaetf a General Bankint Business. Negotiates Approved Bills on England and the Conti
nents Accounts of Merchants, Manufaotnrers, Corporations and Individeals Solicited.-va
Br'arTls the most liberal policy oonsiftent with prudent bankinir.-si
stes, Boan fe Go.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors,
No. 13 Union street, Memphis Tenn.
BrinHey Mb k Maifact'E Co
Brin&lOjT, Ark Manufacturers of
YELLOW PINE AND OAK LUMBER,
AND DEALERS IK
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Dressed Flooring, Ceiling, Weather-Boarding,
Cypress Shingles, Laths, Etc
sjarOnr facilities are uflsuf rassed by anv sawmill In the South for filling orders promptly. Floor
ins, Ceiling, Siding, Step Lumber pnd Cypress Shinales a specialty; a'so. Framing Lumber of all
dimension. We make tbe Wholesale Business a special feature. Orders solicUed and promptly filial.
George Bay miller. 124 Jefferson Street, Memphis Tenn.
368 Front Street, Memphis,
VhoIesale GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS
A Kent s Winshtis Qi ion Olna ani Preax.
SLEDtJE BROiL, of Como, Miss.
No. 365 Front Street-
Oils -Etxici 3Jx7-ctl Stores
Office, 349 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
264: Front Street for.
Cotton Seed Meats!
We will pay the Highest Market Price in Cash for
And are prepared to put oat, on favorable termf , at gins and on plantations, the
iic.miTtf corio-si;i:i jiii.li;ks.
And make contract for all the product, whereby
and particulars, aouresa
PI,A7TATIO! IIXXIYER COn 13
I. H. ALTON,
ALSTON. GROWELL & CO.
And Coinmissioii Mcrclinuls. Hat. Com
Cement, Fluster, Building and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and Union, Ko.
JOSEPH BUG ARM AN.
294 Front Street,
JNO. 8. IOOF.
And Dealers In L.evee
274 Front Street
Cotton Factors ana WnolesalB Grocers
J. L COCKE & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
318 FRONT TREET, MEMPHIS.
BEFKRCSCK "State) Rational Balk." sjar-Ufewrsd Casts A.vanrxt. Mad. ma
Ctton, with Prompt SiMle.aw ,
AP0LE0S HILL, Pre't. W.N. TVlLKERSON.Tlce-Pres'U H. J. LYNX, Casblei
MemDMs CityFire antlGenerallns.Co
DOES A GENERAL FIRE AVIS MARINE BUSINESS.
A QUARTER CF A MILLION DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL.
H. FURSTENHKIM, WM. I. COLE, JAMES RE ILLY, JOHN LOAGUB.
S. MANSFIELD, I! E. MYERS, W. D. BETHELt,.
Office 19 Mailifion Street, Mempliix, Tenn.
A. 1TACCARO & CO.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
278 AND S80 FROMT STREET MEMPHIS
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos. Sctilitz Brewing Gompany,
MEMPHIS BRANCH, ST. -aU.'::.-, VJTT "a a"-"
S. ROZSCELLR, Agent, Memohla, Tenn.
SURPLUS, : $135,000
JOHN T. FROST,
LOUIS HAN AVER,
W. C. MoCLrRE.
JAMES T. PETTIT.
F. H. JiORFLEET, CHia.at Partaer.
TYTemTrii4: Tewp ww.
Court, MemphiN, ITenn.
the halls will be left on the plantation. For terms
Wet Court St., Irfeini.lilH, Tenn.
H. II. HAt'ntT.
Vats, Hran, Chop Feed, Oil-Seal, Llmt
1 Howard's Row. Memphis.
, FRANK & CO.,
Opp. Cnstom-If ouse.
W. 8. P ATI EBON.
and Railroad Supplies,
- MeTnTilw Tptitiowpm
Oram asked, tot seklssn answered astssreeterurt " Is Uiereaiea known Vi the ra prnfMaVn that
illallaTtheeaffehnss permliSTtnwnwisn aim are wihjeis n rswwiwoiill.iaiMl ae simulant ilwisnfialer
SCVCS There is'reieTfoi'yotl i hMb7fond In OCVrCWkVw
Jtseui erStat am minnti phptieiam aas to map wpow A multfeett
" T Y "-- T'Tr T m iris ai n nf Ti llm hi urn it Tljs ullis Ib
the mm aC a Uds oi rbmimatie wwdition. and . ehnrnio euffsswr frties tllia rtaioses. who had bea drrtM
a H the wa oS InsuutT h h mnotiilj muflrm, tu trtKm hM bm mwt wutefiwinvT. Itrabend
Sarpraaapttr. and she now (wm the once dnatM pariods with bat UUle dwoomlnrt. I ooeld amiticsi
'esSaaoM of asimnM nhsraoeir. bat the, is a mmsTSable case.' T F FalZKa, M. Dl
ESSt A- A. MELL1ER, Sole PfopV,
DeltaCroat at Htmphls, ON Dtt'EMBCR lSlli. rassllatard dsx-lraie ! Mswl aad SMI
rexiaire tltl rrdnrtlom. '
H0PB OIL Milt, HANATJER OIL WORKS, GAYOSO OIL WORKS.
crrt oil works. Memphis oil company, globe oil works,
STAR OIL MILL. . VALLEY OIL MILL. PLANTERS OIL MILL.
TAVi.ts, 0TLOPANY, IKS"TO OTL COMPANY
J. T. FARGASON & GO,
Vlio!e5eik Grocers and Cotti Factors,
169 front Street. Memphis, 1 l.
CottoaBi!awdufyrtUtayw9M0reh:lvti W earry at all tln.i w.U-Ml.otwd stoak
Staple anrJ Fancy Groceries, W.fiS? Liquors, Tobacco and Cigm,
Anil will wwll I.oer i l.wwew
Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors
And Commission Merchants,
232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tenn
bktwim ADAM aid jErrciueri.
Mr. I. tt. RAIN I Y devotes his whele time to tha Weighing and s)al. of all Oottea Btraraad
charse. Cotton Wtnlioiri. ifl t hinton street.
RUTLEDGE & LA60MARSIN0,
PLUMBERS & GAS FITTERS,
No. 296 Second Mreei, Meuiplil. Tenn.
M. II. COOVER & CO.
LUMBERYARD &PLANING IV1ILL
Doora, SautU, niindt, irioultllnRH, all klntln of loor anil Window
Framefs llraekelH, 8erollwVork, llousii and Drennel
Inmber, fvhliiKloM, Lathi. Waler Tauksu
All klnda ol Wood Work Kxeenled al Nbort Xotiee.
Nos. 157 to 173 Washington Street. Mcnipliis. Tonn.
B. WITZMANN cfe CO
Sol. Agents for the following
- satOK 1IAH1IN.
-ar-A N1W T-OCTAVK PIANO FOR AlwO.-w
Writ for nafaIoOT. '" " WT.. WtKMPIHI
DILLARD & COFFIN,
TfenipliiM, Tenn. V
JrSrCHNli Atlvano'" to lHorrlimtta hih! I'litntorw.
Wewlv Constructed aad Elaborately Furnished, Contain
ing 225 Large and Elegant Rooms.
arThe Houss has Perfect Ventilation ' n 1 Natural Liitht, Bteata eaMa. ERictrie Relit, and two of
Hale's Elevators. All street-ears i.sss Main street e-itrenoe.
Hil .a.lVO to t per slajr, aonordins to sise and elevatiof of rooms. Special rales to
Cemmerrlsl Trvrlfr. A nrHnnt .nm-l v ofVI'KK riSTKRN ANT WE?.tJ'TKR.
HILL MlM 1 CO.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
EM. FfiTMiB & 80, c
Cotton Factors, Consmission Merchants,
w. aTgagb " & rod.
No. SOO Front Street. : : Meimthlw, Tentt.
i r GODwm ik m
Anel Commission Merchan(ev
Removed to 3t and 30 Madlwon Mt , MeiiiiHiU.
W. T. HOtVUItE.
No. 297 Second Street,
W. F. TAYLOR & GO.
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 314 Front Street, Corner ot Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
I thsral A ft v w r ln4fe on rwwlrnmrwt..
Jd. C. FEARCB.
Mo C, Fearce & Co
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 278 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
ittAn Wr-l-w.-i-i TVw nn nl o. I'wlwii Wtrt.
W. W. SCUOOLFIELD. LjUlS IIANAUKR. fl. a. MILLER.
TntCwtnri a Tiir .tc.tttti 1863
25G and 258 Front St., Mempliis, Tenn..
EK1N. K. A. PARKKP.. . 1.
at. t. nr
First-Class Instruments t
I'MII WH sa- WiMIs, s'Hlt'AWO
P. 10 HOW DISK.
BOS. & CO.
: ; UTempliIw. Tenn.
J0UN L. MoCLELLAB.
HMA1M & CO.