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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1S86.
FMUCE AM COMERCE.
X05ET 8 PER CEST..NEW YORK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PBEIITJI. '
Cotton (Jalct, Xlddllat; 8 lM6c;
Sales, 450 Bales.
Money In Rood demand at 8 per
tent. The cotton market yesterday
was quiet. Sales, 450 bales, on a basis
of 8 U-16e for middling; receipts, 810
bales; stock, 138.524 bales. At New
York spots closed quiet, middling
9 3-lSc; f aturee steady and 2 to 6
points lower, February, 9.079.(9c
At New Orleans spots closed weak,
middling, 8 ll-llia; futures steady aid
3 points lower, February, 8.768.77c.
At Liverpool business in spots was
reported fair, quotations 1-161 lower,
middling 4 15-10 J; f atures stcaly and
l-64d lover, February 4 67-84d. Re
ceipts at all United Sta es ports yes
tarda?, 16,452bales. Provisions itrong
Oae bnndrel nnrl eighty ski bran,
15 pkgs hut'er, 6 )2 pk3 boots and
sboM, 250) bu corn, a7i sks to lee, 1
far cotton-setd, 172 Dlig3 dry noojp,
375brla flour, 39) bet's hay, 65 pktrs
bats, 3 hd sheep, 25 hd cattle, 21
hd horses aud milled, 24 0 K) feet lum
ber. 10 pkgs 1 q lorp, 310 kegs nail".
9000 bn'oatp, In cari pork sides, 63
brls sugar arid 0i pits tobacco.
TO 11N la. NOBTOM
9 Madison St., Icmyhis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
aa-Corraaainndf nee solicited. Infor-
malioa ehrcrfally faralabed.-avi
Honey In g od demand at 8 per
cent. The Olearing-House report is as
Wednesday, Feb'r 31 i2.tt)3 M
Thul fur this week..... 1,(48,413 81
Htm time Imjt week. 8 O.SBJ 77
Cor. time 185 . 1112,4X5 76
Cer. time 1834 956.212 70
242, WW 63
Few York tight on all polnU-J die H piem
Hew Kngland demand. an
Hew England sight.............! die
Mew Orleans dii . par
In the Int column we five the price bid.
and in me tecono me prion as tea.
Bank of Commerce... .-147 fll'-O
Piret National.. . . ....... i: 140
Oerman Bank....... . IW!H'a
State National s136
Union A Planter! .HT 14
MereanUle..... 130 0135
Hois. . hh .. 0 60
flaff City 100 01 ...
oplei.... ..... 8S 85
Planter!-.. 101 105
Phoenix C 9m
Memnhil City. ........... Vi QUfi
Vanderbilt... 16 9 19
Hernan4o.... ......................-...10i) 9
Ar'inKton... r........ S 9
Faotore...... . )
Tenneipeeeortifiimtee. Bend K.... tt$ DTK
Tenooneae warran e, ecie U.... w 9W
fchelb Csunty boude .........li4 U
ioI jy County warrant 98 9 9S
I eiinN-Dutrmt 4, o'l 89 AW
Tsimi-Diitrict 6'i 19 9100
MrmpTiisnUiraKe ComproM Co......l07 3110
Xxmphie Uaf Company ttock.. . 83 86 Vt
i; uphie (Ian Company bondt -.MHVi9 .
oph WntfCo. bondt 96 (4 ...
,'u ,ur Oil Worke. 0 51
t Oil Worke ..-.. ... 9 45
1' nucer Cnttoo-MiOe . .......... (4 35
Aiuetican CotUm Oil trniiti ......... 20 9 21
Akoiupuu Uity Railway Bonde .100 lui
JCaw Yohk, February 8. Money on
call easy at 1 1(0-2 per cent. Prime
meioir.tile paper, 4(a:5 per cnt. Btei
ling exchange dull at 486 for 60 days
and 48S for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were dull
and ateadv to-d.iy. ft'ate bo ids weie
dull but firm. Rail ro id bands were
lees at tive, the total sales beius 12,838,
000, with an upward tendency. At
trie r.flice of tbe Eatt Tennessee Com
pany, in this city, it is stated tbat the
committee had signed tbe reorgnnizt
tion plan, b it tbat the details of the
scheme would not he made public un
til to-morrow. I', was also said that
the published reports purporting to
give a fcyi.ojeis tf (the plan were in
correct Stocks were very active, but more
or lefa feverish and irregular. Prices
at the opening Rhowed cbangns rang
ing between an advance of I and a
dwcli ne of ai iqual amount f ir the
active stocks, aud Juriug the greit-r
part of tie forenoon the market
Hhowed coTieideistils wtnknens. A
a'd wai n alo upon Northwe&tern,
driving the price down 1 pr cent,
from the opening, which was lower
than it (lined lbt evening Union
Pacific a id Louisville and Nashville
, fell i each. Western Onion i and
o'hera smaller amounts. Tbe decline
was thecktd ehoit y .after 11 o'clock,
but they continued irregular and Bu
rnt led until aftjr midday. Tbe im
portant exceptions to this general rule
were Lackawanna ana Delaware ana
Hudson, which were strong fuough-
rf)ur, the former selling np in the fore
noon to nit, ana, alter toncrnng l.'ijj,
advanced in the afternoon to VJ81. la
the last hoar it sold off .aid
closed at 1271, a net gain
of yj, and sinee the .opening
Monday morning of 7j. DtJaware and
Hudson gained J After midday the
whole market responded to the
Mrencth rnani fasted in the two coal
at ck"r)nt toned, Lake Shore, North
ern Pa iiuo preferred, umana aud the
grangers being conspicuous for their
strength. In sympathy, however.
with tbe roe I s osks they ti jsed gen
erally a lit'U below tee best aiguree,
with advance ranging i om small
' fractions to If. Tbe market was de
cidedly irreguiarlate in tie afternoon,
but closed steady. There were auany
rumors afl ji'. of cute in ea-t bound
freight rate?, bnt the street wai well
supplied later with positive denials.
Other news, each a rehash of f jrmer
stories, erpecia'ly abont tbe Pennpyl
vania.Lackawaniia and Lehigh Vallry
proposed combination, was unim
portant. The total sales.o! stocks to-dav were
519,214 shares, including Cinada
Southern, 3iXM); Dclare, lacka
wsnn and Western, 128,000; Dela
. ware nd HodMn, 11310; Erie, 15,
OGO; Kansftaand Teat a 1, 10,322: Lake
Sbore, 63,083; Louisville iad Nash
ville, 10,1160; Nortbwratern, 4)835;
New Jeraev Central, 1995 ; New York
Central, 10 763; Tacific Mail, 12,305; 81.
Pan). 52.380; St. Paul and Omaha,
11,000; Union ra-.iflc, 319i ; Western
Union 24,23 1; Northern Pacific pre
ferred, 22.US0: Oregon Transconti
. nent al, 7542. CI ieing qaot itions :
V. 8. S, 1W. New U. 124K.
ew 4tf. 111 Paeiio it ot ItA. K6.
0. P. f rate , 113. T. P. land mnUJPi.
trie eeoondi, UiS- T. P., Hie U. diy., ii.
. Ce'n A Wilkee.,H6 V. P. firau, 11V.
itcaUiaaa co, WX. U. P. laud c . lt.
MIlKlri f. loo, TJ. P. S. fue. 1215..
St. Joeeph. 121. Virginia 6s, .
bt.P. A S.O.liU.IM. Vt. eon., ex-ae. ., S3.
lena. ee, oia, :. vi, eoa. ou., ji.
Tena. 6, bow, 66.
Adams Kinross, 16. Nashville AO., 4S.
Allegheny Central, M.J. Central, 47.
Alton AT. U., 46. Norfolk A W. pft.27V.
A. A T. li.pld. w. norm re., z ;
American Ex., 1C2.
N. Y..CA81. L..9
N.Y.. CASt-L .p.2u4.
Chesapeake AU..I0S. N. Y. Central, 105
ieniraj raomo. v. 11 tt viu, 1
AU. 1st ptd, 1"
Ohio Central, .
O. M O. id ofd. 12.
Uk.o a Mua., u.
O. A iliee. pfd. K2S
Ontario A Wait..
Oncoa Nav., 1U.
Orevoa Irani., 32S.
Oreron Imp., 29
Paoile Mail, 67S
Peoria. 0. A K., 207e.
Pullman P U, 133.
Rook Itiand. 12;.
Bt. L.AB. F.a
St. L. A8.F. p, 4.,.
St.L.A 8.K.lt P.liW-,
Chicago A Alun,141.
C. A A. Pf4, 1.
0., B. A Q., 138.
C.St. L ,A N.O.
0., Bt. T,. A P.. V?,
O..St. Ii. A P. p. 31.
0.. 8. A a. 34.
0. AC. 85.
Bel. U AW.. 12..
en. A Rio 0., 18.
Brio Did, bV.i.
Rati Tana. ptd. T4-
Fort weyne, hi
V. M. AKt. f., n
Hannibal A Bt. Jo.- 0. M. A St. P. p, liPi.
U. A St. Jo pfd.
Bt. P.. M. A M
Houiton A X.. 30.
Illinoit On, 141. ,
lnd.B. A V., 2'!
Kamaa a T., SO?,.
Lake K. W. l.i.
Bt. P. A Omaha,
Bt. P. A O. ptd. lC-i.'i.
Teiai Paoifio, l'J.
Union Paoifio, 61 '4.
V. S. Gxira. 6:
W., HU L. A P.. VT",
W St. L. A P.p. l'Ji.
W A F Kz..1'J).
Lake Mmre, 87i.
Lon. A Naon.. 413-a.
Loo. AN. A.,.
M. A C, let pid, .
M. A C. 2.1 Did. .
Mm. A Char.. 3'i.
Iron Silver. Zx.
Mtcn. Ceatral. 7VS. Ontario, 2974
Min. Afrt. L.,1!'S. UuickniUer, 7.
M. A fit. L. pft 48. Uniikailver pfd, 23.
MisHoari Pao. 111. South l''ciDo,
Mobile A O.. IS. Kntro. 17.
Morris A E.,oo"d,135.
London, February 3. Bar silver,
46 J d per ounce. The amount of hull
ion withdrawn from the Bank of Eng
land on balance to-day is 105,000.
Paris, February 3. Three per cent,
rentes, 81f 85c for the account,
CLEARINGS AND BALANCES.
Chicago, III , February 3. The as
sociated bank clearings were $7,695,
K0. Baltimori, Mb , February 3. Rank
clearings, $2,029,500; balances, 203,
Naw Yohk,. February 3. Ex
nratges, $131,500,562; ta'ances, $0,
Pdiladelphia, Pa., February 3.
Rank clearings, $9,333,591; balances,
8t. Louis. Mo.. February 3. Bank
clearings. $8,250,030;' balances, $472,'
731. l'.xchange on New York 50(a)75c
'Naw Objjianb, La., February 3.
Lxchange, New York sight, SI oO per
$1000 premium. Clearings of the
Boston, Mars, February S.
changes, $14,08 ,500; balances, $1,731,-
907. Money, 1J pir cent. Kxchuage
on New York-, MKiiWon trnminm.
The local market opened qniet, and
closed qu4et; middling, 8 11-lOc. Sales,
45U bales, a I to spinners.
' Keeterday. Day before
Ooofoin'arir!"llir.!!i 7J5 7)4
iow Miaaiing 1
Middlini S 11-14
Good Middling 'i
Middling Fair Vli
Blaine and tin tee 8
S It 16
Mhupbih. Febrnary S, 1836.
Stock, September 1. 18IV- l.SM
Keoeired te-day Kin
Keoaired arerioanly 4.'5,286
Shipped te-day 1.S8T
Bhipped ptevioaaly. 317, U7
Burnt, ato .....
Home eoneamptiou to date 818.963
Stook, rnnnini aooonnt...
That far thii week
Thua far tail wee. ....... ......
Memphii and Charleiton Railroad.... ft)
Mieeiseippi and Tenncuee Kailroad. 139
Lnuiirille and Nanhville Rtilrond.... 104
Memphie and Little Kuck Railrond.. 173
Chexapi-iike. Ohio and H. W. U.K. 37
Louiiville, K. O. A T. R. R - ... 214
Kansas City.Bprincfield and M. U.K. 19
Wagons and other sources........ 23
Thni (ar this week ...
Thus far last woek .....
Binoe September let
Memphis and Charleston Kailroad 703
Mississippi and Tennessee lUilroad.
Louinrille and Nashville Kailroad.... 47
Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W. tt.K K
Louisrille. 8. 0. A T. H.K.. 477
New York spots opened quiet 11 nil
eaty, and closed quiet. Hales, 089
bales. Quotations were as follows:
Yesterir-r. Day before.
9-16 9 l'l
7 15 16 7 15-1(1
9 3-16 9 8-16
9 9-14 9 9-'
10 3-1H 10 3-1't
10 13-14 10 13-16
(4ood midet I i ne
New York futures opened wrur, and
closed steady. S.iles, 87,300 bales. The
closing qnotitinns were as follows, as
corn pared wi tn oat urday :
Day bo "ore.
9.01' s 9.10
B.27n4 9 24
9 47 'J 9.48
. 9.f4 9.56
9.64 4 9.65
9.26 4 9.28
February. 9.074 9.09
, 9.15 4
April . ..
. 9.24 4 9.25
. 9.44 4 9.35
.. 9.41 A 9.45
. 9 . M il. 9 54
.. 9.614 9.61
. 9.M4 9.40
. S 20 4 9.21
The New OrleanssFot market opened
weak, and closed wk. Sjler, 0747
Yeiterdav Day before.
Ordinary 7 3 16 7 .3-16
Hood ordinary 7 13-16 7 13-16
Low middling 8 3-14 8 3-1C
Middling .8 11-18 8 li-16
(iood middling. It 7-18 9 7-16
The New Orleans future market
opened bardv steady, and closed
steady. Sales, 138,100 bales. The clos
ing quotations were as follows, as
compared with Saturday :
February.... 8.76 4 8.77
March. ..M. . 8.75 4 8.W
April . 8.8Vi8 86
May ........... -8 08 4-8 M
?une... 9.12 4 .
8.784 8. NO
8 8 VI 8.09
9 O f - 9.0
9 164 9 17
9 27 4 28
9.3I 4 9.3i
9 01 -4 9 112
8.K5-4 8 87
, 9 .M
H MS 8 K5
, 8.73 4 8 75
Ktae m ber...........
DILY PORT AND
I NTKKIORSC ARRETS.
,M0 8 11-18
.. .. '.
14 9 3-16
Total receipts at porU, this day, 18SB.1,824
Total receipts at ports, this dir. 185 -liirf-J-CONSOLt
D 4.T K D 8T AT E SVT.
3 days.... ,
Kiports to Great!
Rne'u sinoe Sept.
Inorease in reoeirts thii rear 11,671
Ijverpiol spots at noon were quoted
fair business. Sales, 10,000 bale.
of which 8000 were American. Re
ceipts. 7000 bales, cf which 6S0J were
At noon: Ordinary, 4jd; good ordi-
nary, 4d; low middling-, 4 13-itu;
good middling, 6 6-16d ; middling up
lands, 5d; middling Orleans, 5 id.
At 2 p.m. tbe market baa aeciinea
l-16d for middling uplands and Or
leans, which were quoted respectively
at 4 15-16J and 5 1-ltJi.
At noon: Liverpool futures wore
stead; February, ; Fehrnary-
March, 4 57-64J ; March-April, t as 64 J ;
April-May, 4 60 64d; May -June,
62-644: June-July, 5 1-61J; July-
Angnst, ; Augrut-Soptember,
At 2 n.m.: Llvernool futures were
Bat; Febrnary, 4 63-64d valne; Feb-ruary-March,
4 56 64d value; March
April, 4 57-64d buyers; April-May,
4 59 641 buyers; May-Jumv 4 61-4d
buyers; June-July, 6d value: July
August, K 3 64,1 sellers; August-September,
5 6-0 Id sellers.
At 5 pm. : Liverpool futures were
easy; February, 4 0 oa seuers;
February-March, 4 67-64J sellers;
March-April, 4 68 Old sellers; A pri'-Mav,-
4 00-01 J sellers; May-June,
4 62 old sellers: June-July, 5 l-64d
sellers; Ju'y-Autrust, 5 3 0 1 J buyers;
Angust-beptember, 0 6 BUI sellers.
GENERA Ii TRADE.
The fol'owing is the rerod of the
bids aid oilers at the.Cull Uoa-d u! the
Mercbitnti Lxcbunge yettmiuy :
N, 2. white, spot. 401i. bid, 42ic
ai ked ; February, 42Jo asked ; ch,
41c bid; April, 41c bid; May, 44c bid;
ri 0. i. rpot, iic bid, U'J asked; Jebm
ary, bTjo o. t. bid, 38 asked, March,
3o o. t bid; April, 4i)c bid; May, 42 Jo
bid, -K J3 aeked.
No. 2 whit , 35c bid ; Febrn ery, 35c
bid. 37c aoked; No. 2, spot. 32io bid ;
February, 'Slits o. t. bid, 3.iJo asked:
March, 35e anked; April, 10 cars sola
at i4c; arajr, 30c aiked.
Snot, $14 50 bid; February, $14 50
bid, $15 50 aaked.
March, $2 bid ; Mar, $2 15 bid, $2 40
Cork White, 47c; mixed, 4c, from
store; from levee or depot, white,
44c: mixed, 42c.
II ay Choice, from store,85c ; prime,
7580c; prairie, 50c; round lota from
levee or depot, choice, $15; ptime,
$13 60; prairie, $8.
Oats White, 38c; mixed, 37c, from
store. Riund lota from levee on
track white, sacked, 35 Jc; mixed,
sacked, 34 Jc.
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $3 50 from
Oormm aar, Standard, $2 15(3,2 25;
pearl, $3 233,3 50 from store; 6a
cheaper from mill, levee or track.
Fliub From store, double ext'a,
: triple extra, ; family, 4
4 25; choice, $4 25 1 50; fancy, $1 7o
(oV5; extra fancy, $5 255 75; patents,
0ti 25; round lots from levee or
track, lOo cheaper; car lets choice,
$1 8.Vai4 05; family,$360;3i375; fancy,
$4 304 50; extra fancy, $4 755;
patents. $5 2535 01).
Bban From store, 85o per cwt;
round lota from levee, J15 per ton.
Beans-Navy, $2 25; medium, $2.
Rica Louisiana, 4J5Jc; Carolina,
Hominy and Grits From store,
Cracked Wiibat In half-barrels,
14 from i-tore.
Crac gas Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 5c ; lemon cream crack
era, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra. 71c: ginger snaps, extra.
6c ; pinger soaps, treble extra, 6c ; as
sorted jumbles, Oc.
New Orleans, La., Febrnary I.
Floor quiet bnt steady. Corn un
settled, 4445. Oats taiy and not
quotably 1 wer Hay quiet and firm,
$L7(!i20. Kice quiet and weak ay&t
Kansas City, Mo,, February 3.
Wheat quitt; cash, 71c bid, 71Jc
asked; May, 81 Jc. Corn steady, cash,
276c; March, 28Jn bid, 28Jc aeked;
Mav301c bid. 'Mia asked. Oats no
St. Ix)tJis,Mo., February 3. Wheat
decidedly lower. The msrKet opened
easier tnd declinert steadily to tbe
close a id finished lJSUo bwer than
ycsterUev: No.2 red, cash, Dljit; en
rnary, i)0;91J. clo'sirig nomioul at
001s; Mmuti, 9iJ92, cloeing at HI J
asked ; May, tXJfojOoJu. closing at 04 j
a-ked. Uorn fairly aotivo but wean.
closing i 2o below yesterday ; rto.
mixed, caeh, 33obid: Febrnary 33$
('W3Jc, c'osing at 33S(?.33ic; March,
3l3o; May, 3tiJ'ti;37(rt!;!7J?. closing at
Stio. Oats market entirely nominal;
N". 2 mixed, cash, "2i i bid ; February,
27jbid; March, 28jo hid ; May, 3ijc
bid. live, steady at 50ic. Barley, no
rhU8. Flaxseed, $1 00. Bran steady ;
01c at mill : 02c on east track. (Jorn
meat atendv. f 1 SHCAi Oi). Hnceints
Fli)ur,2000 brls ; wheat,14,000 bu ; corn,
47.000 bu ; oats, 7.HX) bu ; rye, none ;
barler, 8000 bu. Shipments Flour,
8.1C0 brls: wheat, none; corn, 11,000
bu; oats, 2000 bu; rye, 2000 bu; bar-
lev. 3000 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat easier and
j!"i)lc lower. Corn easier and a shade
lower. Oat 1 Jo lower.
Chicago, III., Februsry 3. A po
nounced feeling of weakness ws de
veloped in the wheat market to-day,
wnicn carried prices inwn lljlroru
the close yesterday, w.th the markit
flaishlni! nracttcally at inside figure?,
The starting figmea f ir May delivery
were 85 Jc, with , some trading at
83 9-10 but at that point the market
fell on" to 84 c on the news tbat the
8U Louis fljur dealers were shutting
down owing to lack of orders. A
slight rally succeeded, followed by a
drop to 84 ic, tbe market closing oa
the resular board at 81 510c. In the
alternoon there was another ave of
weakness, which tarried May down to
(223, closing at 84c asked. Foreign
advices quoted ahf at weaker and car
goes quiet and steady. Very little
outside support was given the market
there. The speculative trading in
tan and ots was light, but the let-1-iog
was easy, prices c'oting a shade
lower. Mess pork attracted a great
deal of aUettou, advancing 15fWo,
but cloeing comparatively weak 507Jc
higher than yestdy. Floar slow
and aocbanged. Wheat ruled wem
aud lower, .and tloeed ls under yes
terday, halts ranged : Febrnarv, 7nJ
(Jt'.ijc, closed at 78o; March, '7!iJ'
80jc, closed at 79 3-10s; May, 84f
8ijc, closed at 84 5-10c; No.2 spring,
78j(Ji80Js. Corn dull and etsy, clos
ing J 'a o lower; cash, 30c; February,
30(a36Jc, closed at 30c; March. 303 18
3U.3,cloeod at 36 3-16c; May, 3j
4Ujc, cloied at 39 lt10j. Oats easier;
cash. 28le; February, 281c; March,
iRJc; May 31j31 15-10c, closed at
31)c. Kye quiet; No. ", 6tjc. liariey
dail; No.2, 60c. Flaxseed easy; No.
1, 1 12. Receipts Flour, 18,500 brls;
wheat, 11,000 bu; corn. 150,000 bu;
oats, 134,000 bu ; rye, 5030 bo ; barley,
67,000 bu. Shipments Pionr, 10,0f
brls; wheaf.'IC.OOO bu; com, 120,000
bu ; oats. 97,000 bu ; rye, 1000 bn ; bar
ley, 33,000 bo.
AfUmoon Board. Wheat weaker;
May clord at 84c asked. Corn Jc low
er. Oa'j Jc lower for February.
Bctteb Creamery, ?40c; dairy,
17(3)2 c; butterine, 14S10!; country,
12J(t)18c, according to condition.
Chbesb Prime flats, 78c; New
York factory, 8c; full cream, 11 Jl3c;
Mehs Fork-OU, $10 75(3)11 par
barVel; new, $1175012 per barrel;
sugar-cured hams, packed, 9Ja)10c;
breakfast bacon 81(o9c; clear rib ba
Bulk Pose Clear sides, 6(36 Jc:
clear rib sides, 5; long clear, 6
5Jo; shoulders, 4(4Jc
Laro Tierccs,6l(4tltc; half-barrels,
6c; kegs, 6Jc: buckets, 77Je; half
buckets, 77Jci 60 tt) tins, 6(3)lc;
20-th Uus,6(Jc; 10-lb tins, 6j(7ic;
6-rb tins, 7(7Jc; 3-lb tins, 7J(i7c;
choice kettle, tierces, 77Je.
Fresh Meats Beef (lood Kansas
City steers, heavy, 80; light, 7()7Jc;
cows and heifors, 0:; mutton, 7c;
lambs, 8Jc : pork, 6c.
Pios fekt Br!s, $C E05)9 ; half-brls,
2Skw Orlean, La, Vebrnary 3
Hog products unsettled and generally
hiahur. l'ork. 11 7o(fU 87 J. Lerd
renaed, 60J 3. Bulk meats shoal I
ere, 4.'; long clear, Sliik:; clear ribs,
6.70c; bacoi fhoulderi, 4c; lo g
c'tar, 0.35c : cloy ibe, 0 603. llaais
8 :ar tured, "JOJc.
Ciroimrati, O.. February 3. Pork
quiet and firm, $1125. Lard firmer,
6J Bulkmnats higher; shoulder?,
4je; short rib, 5.55'5 053. Bacou
firm and higher; snouuers, oc; snort
rib, 040c. short clear, ega. Butter
quiet; North wtwtirn extra creamerv.
3,C")30o; gootl to prime creamery, 20(5)
30c; choice dairy, roll, 12(19100. .gga
strong aud higher, l()ig Uheee
tirm; choice cured unio iactory, uj
6t. Lodis, Mo., February 3. Pro
visions stroag and higher. Buai
nes8 restricted by the firm
ness of sellers. Pork strong,
$11 60. Lard firm, 60.05o. Bulk
meats, looee lots, long clear, 6 05c ;
short rib, 6 Jc ; short clear, 5.90c ; boxed
lots long clear, OiWoo; snort nus,
C6Js; short clea-, 6J0. Bacon
loog cloar, 0 11 ixorU uoc ; snort rioa,
6J(615c; short clear, 6J0. llama
unchanged, iiutter steady ; creamery,
2530c; dairy, 16(.i)24c. Fggs dull
and firmer, 16c.
Chicago. Iu... February 3. Pork
irregular; prices advanced 1520c, re
ceded 10(a)12Jc, and closed eaav ; cash,
$11 35U 40; February. $11 35fi$
11 45. cloaed at til 35(ji)ll 374; Marco,
$11 37JC)Ui 47, closed at $I137J
1140; May, $il 65(11 70, closed at
$1165(7)11 67J. Lard qu et and steady ;
cash. 6i(oi8 lfto: February, oitoiuioc;
March, 6.17J0.20c; May, 6.27 J
6.30c. Boxed meats steady; dry silted
shoulders. 3.9V44c: short rib side.
6.05(5)5 70c: short clear sides, 6 85
5.90c. Butter quiet and steady ; ceam
ery, 20()31c; dairy, 1423c. Ergs,
Soap $2 103 50 per caae.
Cofese Common. 8j(5v8io; ord
nary, 99Jc; prime K10, 10llc:
choice to fancv, U12c: old gov
ernment. 23r5)25.:: Ceylon. 20c.
Sboab Eastern yellow, flj(5)7c;
pnre w. C. white, 6j(ti)7e: on white,
6i(nMie: vullow clarilled. tllMdl
open kettle, W&tfa refined A, 7iin)
(jc; granulated, 7Jc; powdered, 8Ju;
cut loaf. 81c.
Salt $1 20ftl SO per barrel ; sacks,
fine, $1 60; coarse, $1 10; pwiketa,
bleached, S?t7c; car-loads (rout levee
or depot. 6c cheaper.
Molasses Louiniana, common to
fair. 23fal27c: nrime tn choice. 4ti(5)55n:
syrup, 25(?)40o; common to fair, 25(j
33c ; prime to choice, 3540c.
Candies Sticks, ad sues, In boxes,
nails and barrels. 7i(nKlc.
Candles Full weight, ll(3)llo.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27(3)
30c; other grades and styles, 2585c.
8nufl Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. K., $9 60,
Canned Ooons, etc. Prices per
dnaen: Pineapnles nominal; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 3ol 60; seconds,
1 15(a)l 2S; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
90cll ; 31b, $1 101 20; strawberries,
$13(il 40; raaoberries, $1 15 1 25;
blackberries, $1(3)1 15; greengages,
$1 00ia?l 75; pears, $2r$2 25; plums,
$1 ffl'l 70; aaparagiH, $2 05 )4;
green corn, 15; green peas, $1 50
(ail 75 ; cove oysters, full weight, Mb,
1 101 15; co've oysters, full weight,
21b, l 90ajl95; cove oy-tters, light
weight, 1-Jb, 05.! ; covo oyster.', light
woight, 21"), U0; connenseil milk
Crown, ti; ICagle, 8; Swia3 M.
New York, February 3, Oofleo
options steady but loss active; ailea,
4iri0 bae; Apr ! and May O.tiOit; July,
0 70c; I), comber, 0,8ic. Febrnary,
0 C5!0 OiX: ; Marcn. 0 65 " 0 00c ; June,
6.00(0.700 ; Au MUt, H.70(")0J . Sugar
dull; off A, DJ'a&Jc; s andard A,
H l-10c; gnimiltt d, 7-10o; cubts,
6jc. Mola8BS dali; 50 test, 2Jc. H':ce
eie.uly a id in fair. demand.
Nkw Ori.eaks, La., February 3.
Coflee steady; Rio. O&Ojc. Sugar
dull; onen ketlle, choice, 6c; prime,
4 13-164in: fully fair, 4Jc; fair ti
good fair, 49-10(j)4J; centnfugsls, ff
white to choice white, 6f)Q3 10c;
choice ytliow clarified, Ou; prime
yiltow clarified, Ejc; seconds, 4jj(o)5c.
Molasseb quint and weak ; open kettle,
prime 16'a5.'8c; fair, 2()22c; centrifn-
? ls, prime to strictly prime, 2125c;
air to good fair, 1820c; common to
fold common, 1410c. Rice Louis
ina, ordinary to prime, 3C)5Jc.
ArPLES Apples, $2 25(3)2 60 from
store; J 2(5)2 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried apples, 3(5)4o per
ponnd from store. Dried peaches, 3(3)
4c from store.
Vioetables Onions, $2 753 25
per car-load, from levee or depot. Po
tatoes Irish, northern, 12 2X"2 50,
packed ; car-loads from levee or depot,
$2(5)2 25 per barrel. Cabbage, 9llc
per bead. Krout, brli, $5(5)6; half
brl, $2 75(5;3. Garlic, 4000c per 100.
Fkdit Orangee, Louisiana, none;
Florida, $3(5)3 50 per box. Ijemona,
$3 50(5)4 per box. Binanap, 50c(")
10D per bunch, t'ocoanute, $4
per $1 00. Peanuto Virgiuia, 6(5)
7c; Tenneasee, farmer's stock, 2Jc;
rccleaned, 3 J'5ll Jc ; roasted, 2c higher ;
shelled, 10a. Almonils, 18;a)20u. Chest
note green, 12J(15c; dry, nono.
Raisins Ivondon layers, $3 60; lay
era, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Pickles In jws, pints, 90:; quarts,
$150; hall gallons, $2 60; gallons,
$3 75; loose, barrels, $0; half-barrels,
$3 60; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mix
Pecans Texas, 68Jc for small to
medium, 1014s for large; Arkan&as,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,
15c; Grenohlos, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $77 10 per barrel
and $4(5)4 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky
barrels, JO 50(5)7; Kentucky half-barrels,
$(. Vineer, ll(5)16s per gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per doiin, $8(5)
12; geeige, $34; dncki, $3; chickens,
good demand, $23; dressed tnrknys,
scarce, 12(0)1 4c per pound.
Fim Mackerel half-barrels. No. 1
$4 304 75; No. 2, $3 603 75; No.
3,$2 753;10-lbklt,No. I, 80c; No.
t, 70c; 16-lb, No. 3, 60c Dry her
rings, family, 30c per box.
Game Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, tk8c; bear, 0-5; 8c; wild turkeys,
60075c; ducks, $1 502 50; sqnirrels,
75c; quails. 75c(5ift; prairie chickens,
$5: game fiah,6(5i8c.
oas Scarce, 2223c
VOTf OM-aBEO, OIL, BUt.
Sebd Delivsred at depot and
wharf, $3 per ton ; on bank of river
(f. o. b. bot), $6; wagon at mills $8.
Meal Prime ' f. o. b., $15 per ton.
Leeti than car-load lots, $16 60. From
store, 90c sack. Caee Nominal ; $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crude 0. 8. oil, 2.1c: prime summer
yellow, 27(3)28c; ofTaumrner yellow,
25(3)26c; miners', 27(530,: ; choice cook
ing summer yellow, 28030c.
BttiUIXU AND TIM.
Baqqino Jute, 9(5j11o; flax, 10(5)
lOJc, according to weight. Ties, $1 20
Nails $2 75.
Coal-Oil Prima white, wholusa'o
lots, 15o por gallon.
rVtvu.iNn O.Kehrnarv 3 Petro
leum steady; s.w., 110s, 8Jc.
PiTT.im'iio. Ta.. Febtiarv 3 retro-
Anm mi'f hot firm : NiiMoiirI transit
cert'ficates opened at 83Jr and cloed
at ti.'to; DiytieBi price, e.c; kiwtn,
W1IINKT. WI.VI.M, l.liflOKH, KTV.
WHI3KT Straiuht Kentucky Bour
S r nn,e V,, Uuhmnrtl-W'liLkv
Ciiumuo. III.. February 3 WhiBky
It aly, SI 10. s
Pimi-imisati. O.. Fabruarv 3.
Whiaky steady, $1 10; sales of 674 lay
reld oi finished goods on this basis.
HOR1ES AMD MUE.E.V.
TTnn,.1 .Irlvinu. S12.V51250:
good Baddle, $140-5)300; p.ugs, $35030;
good maree, w(iw.
Moles 14 to lViiU0i.w; 10 "
1R1 l"."t4n- 151 tn 16. 140(51175.
Supply small; demand moderate.
CaTrLE Choice to extra corn fed, 900
iu jww iui., n"' , ' 1 n 1 ' .
Grass choice, 3J0Jd ; good, 2J(a3,o;
tair to medium, ZHSW, coiuiuoj,
f ni..i.. olCM. ,1
SJo ; common, 33Jo.
Sbesp unoice,?((Mjc; meuium, i
SJc; common, $101 50.
Cincinnati, 0., February 3. uogs
firm; common aud light, $3 2041O;
packing and hatchers', $4 100 4 40.
Receipts, 2830 head; shipment, 709
Kansas City, Mo February 8.
The Live Slock Indicator reports : Cat
tle receipts, 1019 head; shipments,
400 bead; shipping grades weak
and slow, other classes quiet r ex
nnrtera. f4 50(5)5 10: uood to choice
hlnnlrw. 4 5(K5l4 80: common to
medium, $3 9004 40; stockers and
feeders, $2 600 3 76; cows, $2(3 20.
Hogs receints, 9055 head; shipments,
none ; opened strong, 5c higher, cod tig
weak; good to choice, 14 0504 16;
light and mixed, $3 8503 95. Sheep
M.uinta Kim hnail- hinmnnt.
none; active; good to choice, $3 250
S 75 : common to medium, z lutiJ
Chicago, III., February 3. The
Drovrrt Journal reports: Liatue re
ceipts, 7000 head; shipments, 2000
head; market dull, 10016c lower;
hlnnlni at acre flS(l(7lll5lSl Donnda.
$3 6006 ; stockera and feedets, $2 60
(.1)4; cows, nuns ana raixita, i outn
A hullr filV,A' 7ft: 75 corn-fud Wv
nmlno avnrairino llUlS DOtinds S lid at
$4 60. Hogs receipts, 20,000 head;
shipments, 8000 head; market strong
and lOo higher; rough and mixed,
i anrA "( naeklnir and ahlnninir.
4'S04flO: liuht. S3 750 4 20: skips.
12 60. Sheep receipts, 6000 head;
sbipmenta, 1200 head; market steady ;
natives, r-'i'to ; j exana, -yj ou.
NKW TOHI4. It HI UUUUN HAUKKT,
New1 Yoke, February 3. The pres-
enre r,( a drtvina snow-storm nas been
an interruption to the general de
mand, yet in some departments of tot
ton goods a good business bui been
reached. The tone of the market is
stronger Bnd prices dearer through
A OA. 11 3D
To all wbo are safferlnt from the errors and
Indiscretion! of youth, nonoui weakness,
early decay, loss of manhood, eta., I will
send a reotiie that will cure you, FREE OF
(JUAKQH. Thii great remedy was dimsror
ed by a missionary in South Ainorlcii. Srnd
self-addressed envelope to tho Ker. J tears
T. lama. Mlim I), A'eie V'" tVi'v.
Y virtue of a deed of trust executed tome.
a.j a irusvee. 07 nucnuui muiui j
Mary J., bis wife, remirded In book H. Kw,
pHKe 01 ine neeisir vmu. ui
county, lenn , to secure the payment uf
certain Indebtedness therein mentioned, de
fault having boon made In snid deed of trut,
I will, at toe request of the benofiotary, on
Tlinraday, Janaury 11, INNS,
within legal houre, via., at 12 o'clock m., at
the Court-House door in the city of Mem
phis, oiler nr sal and sell at public outcry
lor cash 'o the highest bidder, the property
described In laid dred, in the city of Mem
phis (now the Taaina District), oounty of
Hhelby and blate nl TenneMre, to-witi He
ine that part 01 said city of Meiaphii 1 lormer
ly called (south Memphis, beini lot No. 6, in
block 11, of Butler's division or addition,
beginning at a point on tbe south side 01
Klllntt street, 60 feet east of Avery street 1
thenoo southwardly parallel with Avery
street one hundred and twenty feet tlx
inches (ia0 6-12) lo the northwest corner of
lot No. Si thence east with the north line of
lot No. 2 sixty (HO) feet I thence northwardly
parallel with Avery street one hundred and
twenty feet six inches (120 6-12) lo Klliott
street; thrnce west with Klliott street sixty
(50) Toet to the beginning I being the same lot
conveyed to Edward Renting by bue II.
Moore and Mildred V7. llarrell and their
husbands as heirs at law of Cornelia V. 1'ar
ker, deceased), together with all the 110
proveuients thereon and appurtonanoes
The equity ol redemption waived. Title
believed to be good, but 1 will sell and con
vey a trustee onlv.
J. T.tOAQUB, Trustee.
syw-Nale poet nnned naill Wntordny,
Uio 6IU limy Felrory, INHO.
J. T. LOAlIU K, Trustee.
Wr, f0 HOT MAT Crab Orchard Water
will Cure Cancer, Epilepsy or lioart Disease,
but Wti Ue Bay Crab Orchard Water aa!a
3 I) YS PEPS.
I SICK 1IFJ
Is as Reliable as Quinine for
CHILLS AND FEVER.
TRY A H0TTLE 60LD EVERY WIIEKB.
Bee that Crab-apple tra'fe-nark la on all
packages of "belt" and "Water."
Crab Orchard Water Oo,, Trop's.
BIM9N S. JONES. Manaa.v.
RIVERS AD STEAMBOATS,
rriaraPolnt,CoAaoaA, 12 b.
ArkaaaaaClty.KaTa Adams, t p.ai.
.11 AToao, 6 p. a.
...Jiaaa W. Oarr, 6 p.m.
.Data Aoaaa, t p.m.
White River ,
-DiSaiT, S p.m.
Aikaniaa River. Joa Parana, t p.m.
tf OV EMKNTS AT THI LKTEK.
Arrival. Dn Adams, 0iola ;
Coahoma, Friars Point; Paris C.
Brown, New Orleans.
Departure. Dpan Adams, Osceola;
E. W. Cole, Arkamas river; Chicka
saw, White river j Paris U. Btown,
Heat m Fori. Coahoma.
Uoats Vut Dotm Gnyoso and James
Boati Dut lp. Kate Adams.
Coahoma lit bales cotton, 4C7 ska
seed and 100 brls oil.
Dean Ai'a'ns 4 bales cotton, 18 bgs
Bed-oottou, :ili sks corn, 1'5 hd stock
and IS pkra eundrira.
Paris U. Urn an 01 Iilila stnrnr, JtiU
brlasugr. l.V) brls mola"S(s, 60 bales
(ot!or and -IX) fn merchandise.
I'iriMt: asset MEN IN.
Tua Joe Peters is the S.itnrJay
pscket 'or Arkanaas river.
Tin Dean Adams is the Lea Line
packet to-morrow evening for Osceola
itad the up or beuds.
Th D'Smet. Capt. Milt It. Harry,
is the Kittardity pack t f ir all points
on Whito and lllick rivers.
Tua Uayoto. Capt W. P. Hall, is
the packet this evening at b o'clock
(or Hales Point, Tiptonville and all
way landings. J. l . V alt Is in tier
Tni O. Line ateamer Charles Mor-
tran. Cant. U. Wash Thompson, Is due
down tvmonow bound for New Or
leans and all intermediate points.
Charles Church is in her otlice.
Thb iireat Iron steu ner Charle P.
Choit u i, Ct. Win. li. Thorweuuii,
is doe ui) lo-u o-row, and will doubt-
laaa leave Naturday evening lor Hew
Orleans and all way laidinpa.
Tni Coahoma. Capt. Thoi. Claa-
Bett.bavinK heeu unavoidably detained
iitr haH wstathnr. will InavA to-dav at
12 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point
and all way landings. Will Ashlord
Is in Lor ollice.
Tub Kate Adams, Capt. Mark U.
Chank. is the United States mail
nacket this evening at 5 o'clock for
Helena. Arkntuat City and all way
landinira. W. U. til inker has charge
of ber office, assisted by Lew Price,
Morris Oans and J. O. Wycofl.
Tua Junes W. Gaff, Capt John S.
Jones, is dne to-day, and leaves again
to-morrow eveninir at 5o'tlck for
Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and all
way landings on the Ohio river. II. C.
Brace and Lew Brljtgs are ber clerks.
The Gaff will give cheap luteiti all
points North and fast.
WiATnca clear nnd cold.
Thi Dcnn Adamt wra in anil ont on
Tua Chickasaw got nway tor White
river on time last evening.
Turn river here is 20 feet on the
gange, fall of 2 tenths In the lit
Knit its by river ynterdsy, 1(15
bain ol cotton, 18 bags of seed-cotton
and 407 sacks of seed.
T11 a G. W. Cole clesred on time last
evening for Arkansas river with a
good showing of freight and people.
Tua Paris C. Brown, from New Or
leans, passed np last night for Cincin
nati, with 000 tons f eirfht. 8he dis
charged here 180 tons freight, prin
cipally sugar and molasses.
Tua Coahoma arrived late last even
ing, having been delayed by the snow
storm. She biotight in 111 tales ol
cotton, 407 sscks seed, 100 barrels oil,
let of sundries and If avea to-day at Yi
o'clock for Friars Point.
Tnt snow-covered declivity thst
leads to the river now presents a pict
uresque sppinrance, and is a sight
well worth going a mile to sue. To
the pat ent river reportor, however,
trudging ankle deep in snow t
(quers tin item out of cold and de
pressed steamboat olllcere, the pros
pect presents fow atti notions. The
aittsic rensn is apt to tire under pres
Tua Avalanche of February 2d says:
"Heavy ice from Wabash river passed
Evansvilln Hunday and boats had to
return tUron river fr in'ttv." The
above is a trilU mixed. As t lie Wa
baab empties into tie Ohio Ii0 miles
btbw KvansvilJ'e, ioe from the lormer
could nt t possibly have paused Kvans
ville, unless the latter river would
consent to ma np stroam, which it
has heretofore persistently refused
Tin foPowtng clause liaS been in
serted ii.t a bill now pending in Con
gress to abolish curtain fees f r official
services to Ameritai vessel, etc :
That section 4280 tf the Bevised
Sta'.ot'S be amended to read as fol
lows: Section 42H9. The provisions of
the seven preceding section, nnd ol
section 18 of an act entitled a a ad
to remove certain burdens on the
American merchant; marine and en
courage tbe Amerlcui foreign and
tarrying tradp, and for ether purposes,
relating to the limitation of the lia
bility of the owners of vesai Is, shall
apply to all sea-going vessels used on
lakes or rivers, or in inland naviga
tion, but shall not apply to any canal
boat, barge or HaLtar." This bill, in
cluding the section above quo'.ed, has
been ieiottid upon favorably by the
House Committee oa Shipping, and
will, with proper a'tection, be passed
by the House, bnt before the Senate
every effort tt a, can be btonght to
tear to secure favorable consideration
muat be used." Of this bill the presi
deotof the Natiorul Board of bUntn
Navitu'ioa says: "There is no legisla
tion that can accomplish so much re
lief tithe long-sulleringsteambostmen
as will this ; there ia hardly an interest
in the land that needs that relief as
much; another such an oppoitunity
to aximplish it tray not offer, and
the one who through such a means se
cures one rote in ite favor cannot only
enjoy the satlafactloa tf n duty well
performed, bat at the same time do a
service cf direct benefit t ) himself and
to tbe interest of every owner of a
steam vessel. In this matter every
shonlder mu t be pat to the wheel, no
one must neglect his part, every oue
can help, and no time must be lost."
WRATIISK AUD RIVERS).
Pittsburg), Febrnary 3. Koon
River 4 feet 10 inches on the gangs and
falling. Weather cloudy and told.
LoniaviLLB, February 3. Noon
River stationary, with 0 feet 9 Inches in
the canal and 7 feet 7 inches on tho tails.
Business fair. Weather cloudyand cold.
Everything running on time.
CiHCiHWATi, Febrnary 3. Noon
River stationary, with 24 feet 7 inches
on tbe gang. Weather cloudy; ther
mometer 16. Ten inches) of snow ia
reported at Charleston, W. Va.
Evaksvillb. Febrnary a. Noon
River stationary, with 19 feet 6 inches
on the gauge. The river is fnll of new
made ice. The Joa. B. Williams is laid
on in Dutch Bsnd: 8. L. Woid oppo
site Henderson, and W. W.O'Neilat
Caibo. Febrnary 3. Noon River
26 feet 9 inches on tbe gauge and fall
ing. Weather clear and cold; snow 14
inches deep on the level. Arrived:
Buckeye tstate, Memphis. 9 a.m. De
parted: Fnture City ana barges, New
Orleans, 6 p.m.
Oerica Fiol Sinvici, V. 8. A.. I
Haurata, Tax., Febrnary S, 1 p.m.l
The following observations are taken
a all stations named at 7ft meridian time.
wlni'h Is one hour faster than Mempnis time.
K.irl .-,111m. .
La Crosse ...
Lnuisvllle. .' VI
Mnuphls. , !IO
Nashville .... 15
New tlrle'ni.l S
Notice to Shippers.
ar The steamer IOAIIOMA bavins bea
detained by bad weather, will LEAVKT1118
THURSDAY at 13 m . , ,
.1 A. tKK. Ja., Bnp't.
KOR LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI
Memphis and Cliiclaiati facket Co.
HIS LOlTlesVILLE SJIWCIBMATI.
ai nniw IV. OnirK.flS
John f. Jnnea...mMter,
Will lonve 1'IUDAV, Feb. th, at 5 p.m.
for irelghtor oaesaae apply lo O.B. RU8
SKLti, Axent. No. 12 Madison It. Telephone
No. aV. J0I1N CAKH, Penrer Asanr.
LEE LINK HTKAMKBH.
mitssle. rtereaelss euu aeMeais
and Oaooaln Packet Oempx,
for llalena, ttlendale, Friars Point and all
v av Landlnit titeamw
. T, Olafett... master I Piatt Rnouee...i).exa
wn leave as above on every MurtiMY.
WKPUKflDAY and FRIDAY, at i s'alocfc ,
tt Randolph, Fnltoa. Oseeola and Way
Laaalat a Steamer
J. E. Cooper, master....). W. Umitherf .elerk
Laves aeevery MONDAY. W KDNH0UA1
and FRIDAY at 8 p.m. The boaU of this
line reserve the rliM o pasi an lanainaa
the eaolala Bar deem nnsatn, Offloe, No. 4
V.Hi.o- JAMK LKK, J.,Hnp'.
The Nf. Francis Elver Transportation
Co.'s Tine P'-e-vV fc.' H. Mallame
Ree Macready, rIO
at B o'eloek, fur Mrlaoua, '.be Cat-Of, an
Intermediate landmason bt. Vraneia river.
The naptatn reservos the rlaht to paaa eJH
laadlnas he deems unsafe. JAB. LIU, Ja.
Hnnrnnilaii OStne. No. 4 Madlon St.
Memiihis& White UlrorrktCo
. P. Be MAIIi UPS Be
STR. CHICKASAW, r.,ft
1. 0. PoaUlmajUr 0. M.lfottal cierk
Olaraawloai, DeralU Ulnar, Ia are,
LAeianeta, JickMnwertant Hfmnj'
iAVKS MKMHU13 Frerf WKDNHKOaf,
atSp.m. Throuih rates to all points.
Frelfbt eoniicned to "Memphis and Whlke
iviver Paoket Ccmpsnr""1'' beforwarilod .
promptly- u.U LOVVH, Aaent,
No. S Msdlson ee. Teleiiho-e Wo. S.
For Osoeola, Hales foint. Uariiuiersvilie.
Qajoio and Tiptonville Tbe new steamer
W. P. Hall masUr J. D. Fuller olerk.
will leave as above, and all way nolnta.
KVRHV MONTUY and TUUR8DAY at I
n m. Fo frali-b nr n.Mnea apply oil oard.
Memphis and Vlctshnrg Packet Com
pany U. S.Mall Line
M. R. Cheek. ..master I W. U. Blanker ...elerk
For Helena, '.'ouoordla, Terrene and Arkan
sas City The elesent passenter steamer
EViitlY MONUAX and THURSDAY, at 5
p. u., reservlna the right to pass all landing
theoaptaiu mar doom unsafe. For eeneral
Information apply al oUI-e, No. 4 Mallroa
street. It. WALWORTH. Aaent.
.KIIIN TAHn. l'H'r Arnt. Telephnne
FOR WHITE ltlVEIl.
Memphls,Whltf & Black River Packet
For Helena, Indian Ray. St. Charles, Clar
endon, DeValls JJIiill. lies Aro, Anxusta,
Jarksonport, Tlalosrillo, Powhattan and
l'ooahontns. The new and elegant side
wheel peseenxer steamer
Milt llarrv uiiuior.
Will leave KVERY SATURDAY at & o'eloek
p.m. Through rates to all points. Freight
eonslgned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will
be promptly forwarded. C B. KUKSULL,
Agont. Telephone 127. OOce U Mailisoa SU
JeHea B FaAxsLiw. Papenxer Avent.
No. MM, R. D. Chancery Oonrt of Shelby
oouity tUate of Tennessee for its own nse,
etc., vs. Catherine II or 1 an et al.
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
sale entered in the above reuse on the
21th d De.-emb r, 18M, M. B. SO, pae
out), I will tell t public auotioo, to the higB
est bidder, in front o the Clerk and Master 'a
office, oourthouae ol tike by eoonty, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Siaiarday, Hare S, IMS,
within legal hours, the following; described
prvierty, situated in Bhvlby county, Xenoee-
"Lot IS. block 10, F. W Smith's subdivi
sion, 48H br ISO feoton the west side ot Or
leans street, southwest corner ef alley n rth
or ht. l'aul street. Sold a property of at.
Lot 29, block lfi. east side ot Tiird street.
M feet south of Ucoixia street, 24 by U24
ft. Sold as property of Thomas Nagle.
Lot 30. blo.'k lit, east side of Third street,
11,'th ward, 24 bv 112! fet, the north line be
ing 74 Iret south ol Oeoreia streot. bold at
property of i homes Nale
Lot IK, block 1, fronting 24 feet on the east
side of Wator street, l'-rt Pickenug, and
running back 60 feet. Sold ae property of
tbe Oriental Powder Co.
Lot 13. Polk's sufdlvision, fO by 1i0 fett oa
south side of Georiatreet.the wetl;oe be
ing JtiO icet east of Orleans strtoi. bold U
pmtertv of J. W. Purnell. , ,
Lot 40, block 11. eat side of 6econ J s'rret,
21 by 101) feet, 96 loet north of AUbama
street, 10th w.rd. , ,
Lot4l,b'ock II, ea-t side cf Feeond street,
24 by 1H0. 72 fet norih of Alabama.
Lot 42, block II. est side of Second street,
24 by 1(0 feet, 10th ward. ...
Lot 43, block 11, east side of Second street,
MLot 44. block 11. east side of Second street.
24 by 110 fret. Hold as property of bajjuel
Bcbeibler and others.
Lot tl- bli- 1". nnrth side of Oroliaa
street. S by HO feet, fO feet east f Foortk
street t"ld as prop-rty of Thomas Nelsoa.
Lot 21, blo-k 17, nnrih side of Vat Una
strest, by 100 feet, 7ft feet east of Fourta
street, fold as nmierty ol Thomas Neioa.
Lot SC. block 14. south side of llroadway.
2.1 by 170 feet, 25 feet east oi alley east ef
Third street, 10th ward.
Terms uf Bale On a credit of six months;
note with security bearing interest required:
lien reUined, redemption tarred. Thi Feb
ruary 1, In.
S. 1. McDOWELL, Cierk a.nd Maater.
By J. M. Bradley, Denuty Cleri A Uutar.
F. 11. C. W. ileitkeU, Solieitors.