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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5, 1S86.
FIIAJCE COMERCE. I
1103 ET 8 TIU (EXT., HEW YORK
EXCQAXWE 1-4 PaKHIUtt.
Csttoa QaM, Hid.illfif 8 1116e;
Sales, 1503 Bales Prf fctlous
Money in geod demand at 8 per
etui. Local securities smtinned to
advance, especially Taxing District
sixes, which -tad ready purchasers at
par. The cotton market yesterday
-was quiet and steady. Salsa, 1500
bales; receipts, 11 S3 bsias; s'eck,
159,108 bales. At Nsw York spots
slosed quiet, midd'.iug 9 S16c; futures
steady and 2 points higher on all
months but t t )ber, which closed 0
points be'ow Wednesday's cluing
figures. At New Orleans spots closed
steadier, middling, 8 ll-16u; fatures
steady and 2 points better, February,
8.778.78a. Liverpool spats were
dull in buyers favor, middling
415-101; fiturea stcaly and 1 32d
higher, February 4 6tf-64d. Receipts
at all United S:al.ea pnrts yeet-jrday,
. 13,220 bales. The gneial market be
trayed no especial feature biyond con
tinned strength in provisions, and
great scarcity in eggs, which are held
' Seven pkgs bntter, 35 pkgfl bacoa,
10 eks colee, 641 (kj cotton-seed, 180
krla cotton seed oil, 170 pkgs dry goods,
W5 brls lour, 16 pkgs lard, 38.090 feet
lumber, 22 pkias liqm, 1T2 brls mo
kesea, 300 bu oaka, Hi bill petatoes,
97 hhda sai&r. 470 brls sugar and 5
. - . I1 .UJ1LSJ
9 Madison St., Jaeuipkis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
sr-w-lVirrswiiondrsico solicited. Infor
mation rliHrrilly InrnNtaotf .-T
Money in cood demand at 8 per
eent. The Clcaring-llouse report is as
ti .l v.v,'- '.(' 117 54 1 H2.890 60
Thus far this icek l.auo.S-d 3i 2!W,.Wi 2S
ftauie tim lust weck..l,l'fl.34 B0 .1-t,li
Cor. time J8S5 , 1,301 ,NW 7 lSl.fcN 09
Cor. Urn ISM 1.14W.8M 80 S.S0.3U& 1
New York sieht on b11 point..V6 di piom
How England demand. ,M uu
Naw England sight H d'S
New Orloans du par
Id the first column we five the price bid,
and in the second the price ossed,
Bank of Commeree............-t47Vi91r,0
'irt National "H,''
German Bank J!;'??!?
Klit. NiMnnll 1S3 (Sl.W
Union k Plantere U1
Meroantilt l 1-5
Home - "."j.
UlnlT ni 1(10
ArlinxtoB . a
Tonnemce eeolficHtei, Dand B...
T...MIM nrrnntl. RriU Vi ..
Shelby County bonde ..-l4
Shelby County warrants WJ
Taxing-Diitriot 4, b'i..r. -.. 1
Memphis Storage Compress Co 107
Mamnhii Uaa Com Dan y steok.
Slemphis Gas Company bonds..
Memphis Water Co. bonds
City Oil Works .
Pioneer Cotton-Mills -
. Oi (4
American Cotton Oil trusts
20 (9 21
Memphis City Railway Bonds 100 (alOVI
New Yobk. February 4. Money on
rail easv at Hfi2 per cent. Prime
mercantile Daoer. 4(315 per cent. Ster
ling exchange quiet but steady at 486
for fill davs and 4881 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were dull
and tteady. Bltta bonds continue
fairlv active, with a well distributed
hiiftinoas. and aa a rula flit her ad
vances in quotations. It is stated
that the coupons of J27,000,OCO of a
totil of a little over $ay,uuu,uou oi me
Erie second consols have been ae-
posited in accordance with the Drexel
M orcran scheme.
Stocks Stacks continuei active,
with Livkawanna the most conspiC'
uous. At the opening the market was
somewhat irregular, but early uevei
oced decided strenutb, which coulin
ued, with Irequent moderate reactions,
nntil the middle cf the afternoon,
During this time prices advanced
from fractions ti over 3 per cent., the
coal stocks leading. On consideiable
realizing later in the day there was a
small decline, in ntariy everyiaing.
the market continninz weaK unti
shoitly beiare 3 o'clock. In the final
dealings renewed strength prevailed
and the market closed Arm. ice con
tinued strength in Lackawanna is due
tn an incrensirjff belief that the renn
sylvania Company will secure control
of Readine, and put au end to the
coal troubles. To aid the upward
movement to-day Lackawanna was
made difficult to borrow, and as
much as 11-16 wan had for twenty
four hours. After opening at 127. a
gain ff J over lat evening it
reached 131 during the first hour,
There was a quick reaction to 129J, a
lally of over 1 per cent , and then
a comparatively steady tone until
after 1 o'clock, when it yielded, sell
ing as low as 128. It closed at 129,
a gain of 21. Delaware and Hudson,
in fivmnathv with the movement, sold
as hit-has 90. but closed 11 lower,
with a net advance of only J, while
Central New Jersey is down H and
Kaadinst I. With the exceptions
mentioned, the most active stocks are
generally fractionally higher. St.
Paul, Wettern Union and Northern
Pacific preferred were the only re
maining really active stocks. They
are all higher by small fractions.
The total sales o! stocks to-day were
505,583 Bhares, including Delaware,
Lackawanca and Western. 110,800
Delaware and Hudson, 0785; Erie,
20,210; Kansas andTexai, 7400; Lake
Shore. 83.835: Louisville and ast
! 1 - , i j 1 . KTA.U tM.a. OI iW i
vine, iiw, i.uiiuirmKiiu, ' ,
New Jersey Central, 14,745 ; New York
Central, 10,1)48 ; unio Central, o-w;
Pacific Mai!, 14,610;- St, Paul, 38,695;
St. Paul and Omaha. 6350: Union
Tjicinc. 27.475: Western Union 36,121
Northern Pacific preferred, 34,203;
Oregon Transcontinental, 78y3. Clos
Niw'4Ss. li-f . Paoifio 6 of 1S95, 1.0' .
r! P-gfitj.llW. T. P. land arants.X)1..
ttrie seconds. iii. T. P.. Rio G. div., ii.
Le h A Wilkes., 1(.U. P, first., 11M,.
Lesisiana cen(, tT.'t. (J. P. land g. U.
Missouri . 108.
L. I.,h 141
v. p. . fan. ir&
Virginia a, aa.
A a.o.lsts.r-ot.va. eoa. .,o:t.
Tenn. 6. old. 54.
VI. dob. aei., IX.
1BB. M. BOW. 66
Adams lipress, 15. Nashville 1 0., 4.
Allegheny Central.- .J. Central. Vfk
Alton A X. U.. 4S. Norfolk A W. pfd.27.
A. A T. II. old, . Northern Pse.. -T'V
American Hx . I'd.'fr So'V"-!"?' a
B..C. R. A M.-fti. N Y.. 0 4 St. L.. .
Canada Soth,42'-. V. a s. w ..
Central Pscilo. 41. C. N. W . pro. 1V4
Chea-ik A ..10'. N. 1. winii .'".
r..HI lili.H.lVi. ohi.CaB-r-, 1
n. AO. XI mli.U
C)h. A Mill.,
C. A. pf4,14K.
L . N.O. -
i. A ftiu. ufu. US.
Ontario A Went . U.
Orawua Kbt., l"l't.
Orel ob Traat., :U.
Orecon let.. H
PaoiSt Mai), SSS.
Peoria. D. A I..
Pallmaa P- (J. 133.
Hock Ulead. IS.
St. L. AS. t ,-nv,
St. L. A 8. F. p. 4A.
O. M. A St. P..
C. M. A St. P.p. ia.
St. P.. M. A M..
St. P. A Omaha,
St. P. AO. pid. 102.
Teiat Paoifio. l-'H.
Union Paoifio, W-i.
IT. S. 8xpren.63.
W..8t. L. A P.. KT'i.
W., St. L. A P.p. 1V.
W. A H
W. U. Tel, TIV..
Home take, 21.
Iron Silr, 235.
C ttt. L.. a Y., It-
C. tit. U. P. P. 31.
u., a. m i... st.
Del. k Mud..V
Vol. L. s W..
ben. A Hie 17&
Erie pfd. fJ.
Halt lean., 3"i
Bant Tenn. vtd. T.
Fort Wayne, UT.
Hannibal a bt. JO,-1
H. A St. Jo pfd. .
Honaton A I.. 30.
Ilhnoii Cen. 141.
Ind. d. A W., m.
Kanaaii A T., Wi
Lake K. A W.. U'i.
Lake Shore, 87 .
Lou. A Naih., 41.
Loa. N. A..
M. A C, lt plO, .
N. A C. 2d ptd.
Mem. A Char., Vi.
Mioh. Ceotral, Ti.
Min. A tit. L.. IS.
M. A St. L. vM.ini. (iuiokiilver pfd. 24.
MiMouri Pan. lll!i- 8ooth Paoifie, .
Mobile AO.. 15. Satro. IS.
London. February 4. United Statse
binds. 4K 1141. The bullion in the
Bank ol .Unuland increase!
41) J during the past week. lhe pro-
portioa of the Jiaak of tog aad re
serve to liability, which last week was
43 1 per caat. is now 4li per cent.
Paws. Fabruary 4. Thraa per oeoL
renU& 81f 80c for the account. The
wee r statement ct taa tunt oi
France shows aa increase of 2,097'
OOOf cold and of 2,919,0001 silver.
CLBaKIMGS AK BALAMOM.
Nbw OgLiias, La.. February
Clearings of the baaks, $1,612,930.
St. Louis. Mo., February 4. Bank
clearings, $2,343,773; balances, 555,-
Chicago, III, February 4. The ae-
eociutsd bank clearings were $7,960,-
Bai.tiuobh, Md., February 4. Bank
clearings, $1,361,837 ; balances, $158,
Boston. Maps, February 4. Ex-
chanuee, $14,0?8,171; balance?, $2,163,
380. Naw Yobk, February 4. F.x-
ch annas, $140,133,627; ba'ances, $-5,-027,132.
Philadelphia, Pa., February 4.
Bank clearings, j 8,1 10,420; balances,
The local market opened quiet, and
closed quiet ; middling, 8 ll-16c. Sales,
1500 bales, including 750 Wednesday
evening, of which 750 were to export
ers and 750 to spinners.
. 8- 5-16
' 8 11 IS
Middling Fair. ...........
Stains and Unset
Mkkfhis. February 4, 1836.
Stock, September 1, 1885... 1,393
Renewed to-day 1,1 Hi
Heceired preriously 456,005
Shipped to-day 533
Ubippea previously io.wjj
Uome eonsaaaption to date
Thus far this week. ........
Thus far last week
Sinoe September 1st .
Memphis and Charleston Railroad....
Mississippi and Tennessee Kailfoad.
Lonisville and Nashville Railroad....
Memphis ana Little Knck Railroad..
Memphis, Selma and Bruhsw'k K.R.
Wagons and other louroes...
Thus far this week
Tbus far last week ,
Sinoe September 1st
Memphis and Charleston Railroad ....
Louisville. N.O.A 1. R.K
New York spots opened quiet, and
closed quiet. Sales, 241 bales. Quota
tions were as iouowb :
Yesterd?y. Day before
Low middling ....
. 7 15-16
,. 9 0-16
Fair ...10 13-16
New York futures opened quiet, and
cloeed barely steady. Sales, 71,500
balee. The closing quotations were as
follows, as compared with yesterday
t 204 9.21
February 9.10.4 y.U
Maroh - 9.163 9.17
IVTkv- 9.364 9.37
June 9 464 9.41
9.39 4 9.41
The New Orleans spot market opened
caiy, and closed steadier. Sales, 5240
Good ordinary ....
. 7 13-16
The New Orleans
opened ttady, and
Sales, 37,200 bales. The closing quota-
tions were as
follows, as compared
.. 8.754 8.76
,. 8 854 8.86
.. 9 9.00
.. 9.4 .24
,. 9.274 9.29
,.. 8.974 8 98
.. 8.-K14 8.H4
. 8.74(9 8.75
8.75 4 8.78
8. OT4 8.99
8.8:1 4 8.85
8 "44 8
DAILY PORT AND 15TBK10R MARK BT8,
i Augusta ..i iun. i w-i pv-s
Total" receipts at ports, this day,'i8fi6.
ToUl reoeipta at ports, this day, 18a5
Ex ports to Great
Km u since sept.
Increase in receipU this year 28,330
Llvernnol soots at noon wereauoted
dull, in buyers' favor. Sales, 10,000
bale, of which 8900 wero American,
Reowpta, 7000 bales, ol which 6800
At noon: Ordinary, 4 316J; good
ordinary, 4 9-16d; low middling, 4d;
good middling, old; middling up
lands, 4 15-16d; middling Orleans.
At 2 D.m. : Ordinary. 4 3-161: MOd
ordinary, 4 9-16d ; low middling. 4 Jd;
good miild'.inut, 6 3-16d; middling
uplands, 4 15-16(1 OrlM, 5 1-16J.
At noon: Liverpool iararw wero
dull and steady; February, ;
Februarv-March, 4 67-64d; March
April, 4 68 64i ; April-Mt 4 60 64.1;
May-June, 4 62-04d; June-July, 6
1-611; Juty-Aogof, ; August-
rjeabxaber, 6 C-(itd.
At J a.m.: Liverpool ininree were
steady; February, 4 68 641 eoliars;
Febrnary-htArctt, 4 bfiMa sellers;
March-April, 4 69-64d selilers; April-
Mav. 4 (il-Ota se.lew: May-June,
63-4)4d sellers; June-July, 6 2 6id sell
ers; July-August, r &B41 se nrs;
August-September, 6 7-64d value.
At 6 p.m. : Liverpool futures were
steady ; February, 4 69 64d Belle ;
February-March, 4 cu tHd Beitere;
March-ADril. 4 63 04(1 Duyers: Apn -
Mav. 4 61-64d' huyers; May-June,
5d sellers; June-Jnly, 5 3 64d eellers;
July-August, 6 5-64d buyers; August
September, 6 8 0 id buyers.
The following la the record of the
bids and offers at the.Cu'1 Hoard of the
MercbautV Exchange yettarduy:
No. 2, white, spot, 40c bid ; Feb
ruary, 41Jc asked; March, 41Je bid;
April, 43Jc bid ; No. 2. snot, Sdc bid ;
February, MJo o. t. bid; May, 42 Jo
bid, 43ic askeid.
No. 2, white, March, 36a ankwl;
No. 2, February, 82eo. t. bid, 33is
aaked; April, 34c bid, S4c asked;
May, 30e asked.
Spot. $1 15 bi4 ; February, $1 05 bid ;
March, $2 bid; Arril, $2 bid; May,
$2 20 bid, l 8o aaned.
Cobh White, 47c; mixed, 46c, from
store: from levee or depot, white,
44c: mixed. 42c.
Hay Choice, frotn store,85c; prime,
7580c; prairie, 60c ; round low irom
levee or depot, cnoice, io; prium
i:t fifl' nrnirie. S8.
Oats Wbite, asc; mixea, ic, irom
store. Kound lots from levee on
track white, sacked, sojc; mixed.
Oatmkal in naii-oarreis, j ou irom
OoRNMBAt-Ktandard, $2 l&(.a)J
nearl. 13 2dM3 50 from store; 00
nheaner from mill, levee or track.
Floob From store, double extra,
: triDle extra. : family, 40
4 25; choice, $1 254 50; faucy, $1 75
fiftS: extra iaucv. $5 25(5 75 ; patents,
(Jfoi6 25: round lots frtm levee or
track. 10c chuaner: car lots choice,
$3 85(24 05 ; family, $3 603 75 ; fancy,
$4 30(1 50; extra lancy, 4 io&o;
patents, $5 2o5 60.
Bbaj From store, 85o per cwt
round lots from levee, $15 per ton.
IIkans Naw. $2 25: medium, $2.
Rica Louisiana, 45.o; Carolina,
Hominy and Grits From store.
Cbackbd Whbat In half-barrels,
ti from Htore.
Chackkbs Soda, extra, 4ic: soda,
treble extra, 6c; lemon cream crack
ers, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7c; ginger snaps, extra,
5c ; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c ; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
Kansas Citt, Mo., February 4
Wheat lower: cash. 69!c: March, 72c
bid, 72c asked; May, 76l77ic. Corn
steady; cash, 27c bid, 28,c asked;
March, 28fc bid. 28Jo asked; April,
31 Jc bid, 31 to asked. Oats cash, 28u
Ft. Louis-Mo., February 4. Flour
dull and eiwier; XXX, $3 103 20;
family, $3 303 40; extra, $3 71K& 60.
Wheat opened steady and to higher,
but soon weakened and declined lc,
fluctuated within a range of c, and
closed easy, c lower than yesterday ;
No. 2 red, cash, 9091c; February,
89o bid; March, 90c bid; May, 92
94c, closing at 93Jc. Corn very quiet,
and early in the session weak and
lower to sell ; the market rained later,
however.and closed firm ; No. 2, mixed
aih, 33833!c; February 33go asked ;
March, 34c bid; May, 36(36ile,
oloaing at36Jc bid. Oats fteadj- but
very slow; No. 2 mixed, cash. 28o;
February, 27 c bid ; March, 28c bid ;
May, 3llo bid. ltye urm at OJjc. war-
ley dull and unchanged. Haxseed,
$1 00. Bran firm, 61c. at mill ; 62c on
east .track. Cornmeal scarce, H ttijyj
1 90. Receipts-Flour, 2000 brls;
whear.15.000 bu : corn, 60,000 bu ; oats,
J3.000 bu ; rye, none ; barley, 4000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 6000 brls; wheat,
none; corn, 10,000 bu: oats, ouuu du;
rye, 1000 bu: barley, 3000 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat firm and
IffiSfi hiffhor. Corn steady, and a
shade better. OaH unchanged.
Chicaoo, III., February 4. The
crowd was bullish on wheat at the
opening this morning owing to the
showing 4f a decrease of 880,000
bushels in the amount of wheat on
passage to Europe and the expecta
tion of auotner large decrease in me
visible supply. May delivery started
in at 84c, quietly rose to '84 ie, but
the support given the market was
very slight and with large selling or
ders coming on the market the price
broke off quietly to 83Jc, tallied
shortly to 84 jc and then fell back
f lowly te 84 Jc at the close cf.the regu
lar board. La tee aiterooon me iaei
ing was again considerably firm, May
advancing to 84 c and closing in the
latest trading at 84 ll-16c. There was
a little more activity to the trading in
corn and oats aad prices were trifle
firmer. Flour dull and uncnanged.
Wheat advanced 1c at the opening,
broke off Jc, rallied i, fluctuated and
closed at yesterday's figures. Sales
ranged: February, 7Bi79c, closed
at 78U-16c; March, 78(79'8c, closed
at 79 1-1 6c; May, 83(84jc,, cioeea
at 84 3-10c; No. 2 spring, 78K8lc.
Corn ruled a little firmer, ctsn ana
February, 36 l-16c; Marcb, 36J36,
closed at 36 3-16c; May, 3ai40Jc,
closed at 40c. Oats quiet; cash, 2t(n
28Jc; February, 28 3-16c; March, 28 c;
May, 31 13 16c. Rye dull ; No. 2, 58c.
Barlev Hnll: No. 2.60c. Flaxseed ouiet;
No.l, $1 12. Receipts-Flour, 13,000
brls; wheat, 15.000 bu; corn, HO.OtO
bu ; oats, 95,000 bu ; rye, 3000 bu ; bar-
lev, 30,000 bu. btiipraents tiour.ii,
000 brls: wheat. 10.000 bu: corn, 86,'
000 bu ; oats, 102,000 bu ; rye, 1000 bu ;
barley, 2000 bu.
Aflmoon Board.. Wheat stronger,
Jdnjo higher for M:iy closing at 84
II-I60. Com. oats, pork and lard
showed no change.
Bcttkr Creamery, S8(5)40c; dairy,
1725c; butterine, 14ldo; country,
IQirSilSiv aecordineto condition.
CHKres Prime flits, 78c; New
York factory, 8c; full cream, UJ12c;
Y. A., lll12c.
Mims Pork Old, $10 7511 per
, barrel ; new, $11 7512 per barrel ;
nirar-enred hams, packed, 9i.ite; at
hra-kfnt baoon 84fi9c: clear rib ba- 8:
Bole Rob Clestr sides, flct;
clear rib aides, f& long clear, b
ifc; shonlderg, 4(j4ic.
Labu Tiercs,tfivvlc ; half-harreli,
6Jc; kegs, 6Jc; bnckW, 7C47jc; half,
burketo, 7K'c; 60 It) tins, liSc;
20-tb tins,C''fiJc; llVtb tins, l 7k;
6-Ib Una, 7(jt7Jc; 3-lb tins, 77Jc;
choice kettle, fieri1, 7(7fc.
Kksmii Mbats Bwf Good K.im
City steers, lieavy, 8c; light, 7(2,7;
cows and heifers, Olo; inutton, 7c;
lambs, 8 c; pork, 6c.
Pio-rrr BrLs, U 50Q9 ; ha'.f-brls,
Ciscissati, O., February 4. Pork
easier, til 25. Lard lower, fl.lOct. l'.alk
meats negltx-tod ; shoulders, 4jc; ti.rt
rib, 6.6a-5 70c. Bacon quiet and tl-m;
shoulders, fJfl ; short rib. 6K"; si.ort
clear, 6c. Butter qniet; Nortbweet-rn
extra creamery. 3-36. ; good to prime
creamery, 20(W0c; choice dairy, roil,
12(15c. EgRS tady and higher, Stwa
2lc. Cheeeefirm; choice cured Ohio
St. Louis. Mo.. February 4 Fro-
viaioBS very quiet aad prices generally
highnr. fork steady, u oo. Lr.i
6(.W105c. Bulk meats, loose lite,
l ine clear. 5 05c: short rib, 6k: short
clear, 6.90c ; boxod lots long clear, 61
(3; siort rllis, tK!!)OJ;; saori ciar,
tijs. Bacon !og clear, 6 95(i-ic;
ehort ribs, HQ 15c; short clear,
C ja. Hams unchanged. Butter etearfy ;
rrraunnrv. Hijaoc: aairy. ioiu.w;.
.m in good demand ana nigner, 119
Chicaoo. III.. February 4. Mess
pork opened easy, declined 20c, clos
ing at Iaside figure ; cash, $11(411 12 ;
Febmarv. Ill HKll 30, cloewd at
11 lot All 121: Marcb.SU 12.(411 3D.
cleeed at $11 124U 15; May, $11 35
till 66. cloaed atfll 33. Lardstsady ;
cash, aad February, 6jc; March,6.17c;
'May,6.27c. Boxaj meats dry salted
hauldars, 3.3cXd4c; snort riu mom,
6 521(.5..Vc; short clear sides, R 8.ri(
5.90c. Butter creamery, 20ij31c;
dairy, 14($23e. Ew, 18 19c.
Roap-JC KVSiJ 50 per case.
Cokfbs Common. 8((i8jc; ordi
nary, 9(a)9ic; prime Kio, ltV,i)llc;
choice to fancy, 11 0yl'-lC : old gov
ernment. 23(al25c: Cevlon. 20o.
Sugar tivtern yeliow, 61()71c;
pure w. c. white, Gjfltfc; oil' white,
OSCOjc; yellow clarified, jti:;
ooen kettlH, 536Jc, relioed A,
7Jc; granulated, 71c; powdered, 8J
rut loaf. 81c.
Sait J 1201 30 per barrel: sacks,
fine, $160; coaree, $110: pickets,
bleached, 2J(3i7c; car-loads frotu levee
or denot. 6c cheaper.
MouAcsiot Loul-iana, common to
fair. 23f(u27c: nri in e to choice, H0iA55c;
svrup, 2r)40c; common to fair, 25(S
: mime to choice. SowlOc.
. CandIks Sticks, all sixes, in boxes.
pails and barrels, 7jy8io.
fl.mn.M-Full weight. llfakll.C.
.Tobacco Cnmmon, 11-inch, 27(
30c; other grades and styles, 2o85o,
Unnl! Garrett's. $10 85 per case
Ralph's, $10 2b per case; R. R., $9 50,
Cannbo Goods, ktc Prices per
doten: Pineannles nominal; peaches,
2-lb. standard, $1 3501 60; seconds,
1 ififAl 2i: tomatoes. 2-lb. standard
90c(5)$l ; 3-lb,$l 101 20; strawberries,
$1 3OC01 40; ranpDornes, i loimi to
blackberries, $ll 15; greengages,
$1601 75; pears, $22 25; plums,
tl fSOiail 70: asparagus. $2 65(A4:
green corn, $1 I 15; green peas, $1 60
(ail 75; cove oysters, iuh weigni, i-io,
tl W,hl 15: cove ovsters. full weight,
9..1K i naA195: cove ovsters, light
weight. 1-lb, 65c; cove oysters, light
weittht. 21b, $110; condensed milk-
Crown, $8; Eagle, $8; Svrios. $8.
Nkw York, February 4. Coffee-
options steady and moderately active
aalA. 21.250 baits: February, 6 00c
Mari-h.fi.B5c: April and May 0.60c
Jims. fl.70c: Seotember. 6lc; Da,
nemhnr. fi.85c. Sufar dull and nora
rahfuirto good refining, 6 7-10(5)5
9-16c ; refined steady ; oil A, i Jc ; gtun
uUtsd, 8 7-166o.
ArPLBS-Apples, $2 252 60 from
store; $22 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried apples, 34o per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Vig stables Onions, $2 753 25
per car-load, from levee or depot, ro
tatoes Irish, northern, $2 60,
packed ; car-loads from levee or depot,
?.7h'2 '2H nor harrel. Cabbage. OWllc
tier head. Krout. brls. $5(48; half
brls, $2 75(3)3. Garlic, 4lK'Wc per 100,
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
Florida. J3(5i3 60 per box. Lemons,
$3 504 per box. Bananas, 50c(4
103 per bunch. Cocoanuts, $4
per $1 00. Peanuts Virginia, ((;!
7c; Tennensee, farmer's stock, 2Jc
rei'leaned. 3i(44C : roasted, 2Jc higher
shelled, 10c. Almonda, 8(.;i20o. Chest,'
nuts green, 12J15c; dry, none.
Uaihimh loniion lavers. S3 50: lay
era, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Picklbs In jare, pints, 90c; quarts,
tl Kfl- half callnns. $2 50; irailons,
$3 75; Ioobo, barrels, $6: half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, tiiu ou; mix
Pecans Texas, 58c for small to
medium, 1014o for large; Arkansas,
Walnuts rencn, xzc ; jxapiwi,
15c ; Grenobles, 16c. Filberts, 12c.
Cidbb Missouri, $77 60 per barrel
and $44 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky
barrels, $8 507; Kentucky half-barrels,
$1. Vinegar. ll16o per gallon.
Poultry Turaevs, per dozen, smai
Sca4j rks.$3: chickens.
gooddemand7$N; dressed turkeys,
scarce, 13(16c per pound.
Fish Mackerel half-barrels, ino. a,
$4 304 75; No. 2, $3 603 76 ; No.
3, $2 763;10-lb kit, no. j, 9uc;-o.
2, 70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry her
rings, family, 30c per box.
Gams Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, (K3 8c; bear, 6rS8c; wildturkeys,
5075c ; ducks, $1 602 60; squirrels,
75c; quails. 75c$l ; prairie chickens,
$5: game fiflh,t(at8c.
Eggs Scarce, 24c.
COTTOH-SEF.I), OIL, Et.
Seed Delivered at ' depot and
wharf, $8 per ton ; on bank of river
(f. o. b. boat), $6; wagon at mills. $8.
Meal Prime f. o. b., $15 per ton.
Less than car-load lots, $15 60. From
store, 90c sack. CAKE-Nominal ; $16
ner ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crddo C. a oil, 2223c ; prime summer
yellow, 25jr7c; oil-summer yenow,
2526c ; miners', 27(3V10c ; choice cook
ing summer yellow, 28(2)30c.
JIORNES A BID MULES.
Horbbi Good driving, fl25f$20;
good saddle, $14()300; plugs, $3580;
good mares, $85(2140. . .
MCLBS-14 to 15, $110130; 15 to
15J, $125(a140; loi to jo, tiiot2i(u,
Supply small; demand moderate.
Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 15c per gallon.
Clxvbland, O., February 4. I etro-
leum steady; s.w., 110 , 6Jc.
riTTamiHO. Pa.. February. Petro-
eum dull but steady; National transit
certificates opened at 83ic and closed
hifhaat price, 83 Jc; lowest,
W1IISKT. W18I8, I.IHI UBS,
Wuukt straight Kentucky
St. Loria. Mo., February 4. Whisky
steady, $1 10.
Chicoo. III., February 4 Whisky
Cisciati. O., Fobmarv 4.
Whiekytdy,$l 10; gait of 743 bar
rels oi finished goods on this bit is.
ntiiiM A.mm tin.
Eaooiso Jute, tWUc; flax,
lOJc, accircllnf to weight, lies, fl 20
Catti.s Clioicetoextracnrn fed. 900
to 1050 lb., 4J)4tc; good, Sfctjc.
HrJ choice, 3J(;s)Jlfl-. good, 2;33jc;
fair to medium, 2J4c; common,
lliH Choice, hi i)4c; coou, o;j
Sf'i ; common, 3(.$3e.
SHBgp Choice, 3 J'i4Jc; medium, 2 J
3Jc; common, $11 60.
Cincinnati. O.. Febrna.-y 4. llow
fjim; common and haht. $3 2VM 10;
packing- and butchers', $4(.ft4 40.
Beceipta, iat'4 Head; siiipmeuu, o.a
Kansas City, Mo., February 4.
The Live Stock Indicator reports: Cat
tlereceipts, 005 bin; shipments,
523 head; market quiet; eiporters,
10; Bood- to choice shipping,
$4 'MM 90; common to medium,
$3 K4 90; stockeri atid feeders,
$2 00(i)3 76 ; cows, -u. iioga
leceii'ts, fi705 head; shipments, 284
keid: firm and active: good to choice.
t4C4 15: light and mixed. $ 80i
95. Sheep receiple, UO Head ;
shipmeats, 106 head; tiran; good to
rho m. W ZA4: common m me
dium, $ 60(43.
Cbk'auo. Iw., February 4. Ths
Ihotm' Journal repot to: Cattle re-
neiriBt. AiKXl head: shinments. 20UU
bead; market slow ano weaxer; biup
ping stet-i, &0 to 1500 pounds, $H 4(K
Bfij; Btocksrs aud fewdom, V- 60(V4;
iviis-B. halls and mixed, il 0tk 4 75;
bulk, $-50(v3. Hogs receipts, 25,000
bead; shipments, maw neaii; niaixwi
nw and 6(,iU0c lower: rotich and
mixed, $: 75(o4 15; packing aud ship
ping, J'4 20(.i4 65 ; light, $3 75(.i4 10;
Kkips, 12 40(2,2 60. Sheep receipts,
601)0 Iiohc'; ehipments, "800 head;
market Htronsr: natives, 2WK-ii);
Texane, $2(.)3 75; lambs, $4Q5 25.
NEWYOHH KT UOOIN MAKfttrr,
Nkw Yokk. February 4 With tho
severest snow-storm t f the peasontbe
.lemnnd has been irregular, but in cov
tuns, woolons. dr8S goods and soft
wfinl ilieas fabrics the vo ume oi uum
nena lir.s been very good. Nashua H
36-inch blown cottens advanced to flic,
T-V Irtni, nfarin.d of trust executed tome
XJ aftrustee, by Michael J. Renting and
Mary J. , his wile, recorded In book No. 157,
q,:a .1 11,- HnviitLiir'a tlQli.a of Shelby
cnuniv. Tenn-. to secure the payment of
certain Indebtedness therein .i-entioned, de
fault having been mae in said deed of trust,
1 will, at tne request oi ine oenouoiarj, vu
Timi-adar, Januarj 14, 1HSS,
lihln lcial hours, vis., at 12 o'clock m., at
linrl.ll,,.i.n ilnnr I'l the cltv of Mem
phis, odor lor sale end sell cl publlo outcry
for cinh to the highett bidder, the property
described in said deed, Intbecityol iem
phis (now the 1'axlng Wstnol), eouniy (
kl,.ll. .nri KijiIa n.' J'anne.loe. to wit I Hi
ing that part oi said city of Memphis former
i. .li.l K.,,,11, Almi,his. h.inor lot No. 5. il
block 11, of Butler's division or addition
beginning at a point on the soutn side o
-iVi. .,-..1. fill Imi Aiut nf A very street
thence southwardly parallol with Avery
-. . .... k..n,l..l -ml tw.ntv ieet SIX
inohes (120 6-12) to the northwest corner of
lot No. 2; tlienceeasiwiin me norm mi.u,
lot No. 2 sixty (60) ieet; thonoe normwarui
parallel wun a very siroei uu, nuumm
twenty feet six Inches (120 tt-12) to Elliott
street! thence wost with Elliott street sixty
(60) Ieet to tne Beginning looing ma iu. i-
1 kMt n, b Hue II
Monro and Mildred W. iliinell and their
husbands as heirs at law of Cornell L. Par-i.--.
,i..,.njiaii). toiather with all the im
nrovoments thereon and appurtenaaoeg
ihorete belonging. . .
n't.- .1,. l .H.m,,tlnn waived. Titl
believed to be good, but I will sell and eon.
or Hale pwetpotifMl nntll 4urdy,
lUe OItt J rrnraarj.i---,.
J. T, LOAllUK. Tmstee.
"Bmpresi of Bong," containing 63 vocal
pieces, ouc, uy man nun.
"Bone Souvenir, i
oonUining59 vocal plecet,
ooo. or mail ooo. . .
'Piano Souvenir, eonteinln
m.nt.l ol..... rVlc. liv mail Iv5c.
"Folio of Music,1 containing 80 Instrument,
al nieces. 50o. by mail Mo.
"Kin.fsior Method for the Organ," con
t-lnlnir roiimleto instructions, bosldog
over 100 vooal and instrumental pleoos,
bound in boards.
j rice ei postpaid.
"Coe's Moihod for the Violin." the latest
and most progressive instructor puij
' lished. havlngall necessary Instruction,
and 100 selections, such ns "When the
Robins Nest Again,", "I'll Await My
Love," "Dancing in the Itarn." "Litll.
Darling Dream of Me." "Peek-a Boo,
"Some Day." Price 75o, postpaid.
Complete stock nf Music-Rolls, discs, Wrap
lors, Spring-Hack Folios, In Now De
signs of Leuther and Plush.
ALL esTYLM ARB Pltlt'EN.
3N0 main St., Mem phi.
Sol. Agents for Checkering, Hardman and
new r.ngianq nanus.
IBRREDY warn the puhlle from trading or
buying certain notes mad by mei on.
no'e or 1JU0, due Jan. a), iv i on. ior ei ,
due Ju v 1. 1886, and on for 12110, due Sept.
28. 188", - 0e payanle to the order of Mrs;
ii. H. waasworip. ibicuduihum n
he above notes were given not o.ing cow
lied with, 1 refuse to pay them, and her.
ygiv. B0UMtott.tR.4..t.J TRKNKy
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Memphis, Rlrmlnahain and Atlsus-
tle RMIrosil EitrnBlOD.
Ornci or 1
Jisgrins, BinaisinuM ihd Atl-xti.',
Rn.niiAO CoasAgv, , ;
MkHciiia. '!., Jan. 30, 1646. I
S BALED PROPOSALS addressed to th.
undersigned and endorsed on the out
side of the envelope "IE.NHKR." will b.
received at this omce until iise ciocv m, on
MoBtay. February la, I mo, ,
f ihm Ur.Hurition. Masonry, llridging,
Tr-.n.. .nrt rnri,s..Ti.B for that Dart of th.
Memphis, Itlrmingbam and Atlanti Rail
road lying between the Illinois t'entral and
th. Mobil, and Ohio Railroads, being about
sixty (60, miles in length. Profiles and spec
ifications can be seen at this oflire, where
printed forms of tsniler can be obtained.
Contractors are requested to barinmind
that tenders will not be oons'ilored unless
made strictly in accordance with the printed
forms. This comrnny reserve the right W
reject any or all bids. ,
R. II. IKMPLK, Chief Envincsr, .
Cotton KxchaTQ liiiiMinr.
A book of 100 pages.
e best book lor
adveitiser to con
sult, ba he e pcri-
It contains lists of
newspaper" and estimates o the cost of ad
vertising. Tbe advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, finds in it tne Information he ro
onires.wbile for him who will invest one
huidred thousand dollars in advertising, a
s-heme is indioated which will meet his
e?ery renuircmont, or can be mado to do so
by slight chans easily arrived at bv corre
spondene. One hundred and filtr-throe
editions have been issued, bent, postpaid,
to any adtiressior ten cents. A I'ply to OKO.
P. ROWKLL A Ci.. Nh-W.-PAr-LH AD
VEKTLSINO BURKAl',lo t-,ruco st. irnut-.
.ITERS AD STEAMBOATS.
New Orleans. ...Ci -Bin lloieig,12 m.
Cinplsnati, Jtaxi T. Garr, 5 p.m.
Osceola ..Db.b Autas, 5 p.m.
New Orleans. .Chb. P. CboctiiC. 5 p.m.
White ltivcr .....Dbbv, 5 p.m.
Arkansa River.Joa Pats.s, I p.m.
ClBolnnaK NiW M.sv Ui.osTox, 10 a. os
,4mew!. Kate Adams, Arkamne
City ; Dean Adams, Osx a la.
iVwdrturri. Kate Adatus, Arkant ai
Citv ; Coahema, Friars Point,
ilMt M reri. I'eatn Adams.
ix.i Owe Ahjhs. Charles Morgan,
Jarres W. Gall" and Gayoeo.
Blt Dm (. Chas. I . Chouteau,
Joe Peters, Deemet and Rene Mao-
Kate Adams 30' bales cotton, 17
bags seed cotton, 672 sacks seed, 1
horse, 82 pkgs sundries.
PUri RB MO V KM KM TM,
Tits Coahoma goes out to-morroT
or Friars Point. .
Tub O. Line steamer New Mary
Hoimton, Capt. Lew Kates, is due up
o-morrow morning, bound lor Cin
Tub Dean Adams, Capt. Henry
Cooper, is the packet this evening at
6 o'clock for Osceola and the upper
bends. Wm. Smither is in her othce.
Tub Jos Peter. Cant, E. B. Smith,
s the nacket to-iaortow evening at 6
o'clock for all points on the Arkansas
river, going through to rine ismtl.
CliM. Muatwlmaa has change of her
Thb elecaat pwaenger steamer Chas.
Morsan, Capt. O. Wah. Thompeon.iafl
the O. Line packet ti-day at 12 o clock
for Ylcksbnrg, Natchea, New Orleans
and all lBiermsdiate landlnri. Cbas.
Church has charge caf her office, as
sisted by Harry Miller.
Tub treat iron steamer Cbas. P.
Chouteau. Cant Win. H.Thorwegon.ls
the nacki to-morrow evening at o
o'clock for Helena, Arkansas City,
Greenville. New Orlanns and all way
landing. Heo.Miltenlierger is in charge
of her office, aseisted by Clem. Nolle.
Tub DeSmet, Capt, Milt R. Harry,
is the packet to-morrow evening at 5
o'clock for all points ou White river,
going through to Newport and making
connections with packets for upper
White and Black rivers. Albert Mc-
Ghee and Hugh Smith are her clerks,
Tub James W. Gafl, Capt. John S.
Jones, Is the r-v.ket thiH evening at C
o'clock for Cairo. Louisville, Cincin
nati aud all way landings on the Ohio
river. H. O. Bruce and Lew. Briggri
are her clerks, lhe Gail will give
cheap rates to all points Worth and
Bus in km quiet.
Weather clear and cold. ,
Kiu ii r inches of suow on the levee.
Floating Ice In the river here yes
terday. Tub Charles P. Chouteau is due to
day from New Orleans with a big trip.
Tub Gayoso is due from Tiptonvllle
end will doubtless be found in poit to
day. At Cairo heavy ice is piwsing out of
the Ohio, but is only about 100 yards
Tub Mary McMichaels and barges
passed up early yesterday morning for
Tub river here stands 19 ftet aud 2
tenths on the gauge, a fall of 8 tenths
in the last 24 hours.
REcsirrs by river yesterday, 306
bales of cotton, 17 bsgs of seed-cotton
and 672 sacks of seed.
Tub Charles Morgan, Gayoeo and
James W. Gaff are due down this
morning, and will doubtless be in port
during the day. '
Tns Coahoma pet away at noon yes
terday for Friars Point with a fair trip,
and will be hack is time to leave to
morrow for Friars Point.
Tna Kato Adams arrived yesterday
morning from Arkansas City with 303
bales of cotton, 17 bags of seed-cotton,
572 sacks of seed aud a tot of sundries.
She returned again last evening with
a good trip.
VicKSBDitci YmiW. 4lh : The Henry
Marx with three barges, 16,000 sacks
of seed, arrived yesterday morning
ft am the upper bends. She sunk one
har-o in Kairle lake but saved all the
need excent about 11)00 sacks. She
left for below at 3 p.m. yesterday.
Kt. Lctus lirvulitiean. 3d: "Along
the river front no mat-jrlal change has
taken place since IftBt report, excepting
that the river has commenced declin
Inctfinidlv. caueins: apprehension to
sleamboatinen lest their property be
left aground by the receding water.
From the month of MillXreek sewer
to the foot c f Market street the tugs
have succeeded in cutting and keeping
open a channel in the ice about thirty
feet broad, and even above those
points there is considerable cUnr water
outside ot the various craft moored at
the levee. The rapid fall in tbe river
here is attributed to its cutting out
through the gorge in some new place
WE ATI! KB AND ntVBBN.
Ornc Siol Hsivicb, TJ. B. A., 1
Miami, Ts., February 4, 1 p.m. )
The following observations are taken
at all station named at 76 meridian time,
which is one hour faster than Memphis time.
Fort Smith. ,
Evansvillb. February 4. Noon-
River falling, with 19 feet 3 inches on
the gauge, iue river is tun oi ice.
Cairo, February 4 Noon River
26 feet 11 inches on toe gauge and tail
ing. Weather clear and cold. No ar
rivals or departures.
Cincinnati, February 4. Noon
River falling, with 23 feet 8 inches on
the gauge, weather clear and coiu;
thermometer 1. Heavy ice rnnning
Arrived : Thomas .Sherlock, New Or
leans: Granite State. Memphis, last
Locisvillb, February 4. Noon
Kiver .tationary, with 9 feet 0 inches in
the canal and 7 feet 7 inches on tne lans,
Bnsinese fair. Weather cloud vand cold
Departed: Thomas Sherlock, Cincia
nati. midnieht: Ohio. Memphis, noon
Tbe Golden Crown is due. Locals all
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Snathera Trans portalion C O. Line For
Vickshorg, Natohea aad New Orleans Sit.
Dim. ITIoriran T.
O. W.Tbon-iisnii. master. aC -.aW:
Will leate TUIS DAY. F.b. 5lA. at 11 sa.
For freight or Lassas-e apply to C. B.h"'4-
SELL. Ag't, 12 Matison st Telerhope2!7.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
For Helen v Terrcae, Arkansas C.ty. fireera-
Vtlle, Me Urleaus and priDfip-ii way
It.dinge f Ue Mreal Irea niaauser
II 4,11 1 EM i. CMITKIU,
Will leave 8ATL ftUAY, Fe. 6ih. at 6 sa.
Fur freigtitor paafage apply at 3 Madisoo
or to 11 C. LO t. Agent.
C'll Tclci hTie No 62
FOR FINE BLUFF.
For Hfleaiit, Pls- BIwsT, n4 all Way
- lag. iiasaias ssive-r-Mr.
K. li. Smith, snas'er.
Will leave bATUKUAY. Feb. 6th. attp.u..
For freight or passage applr at No. 3 Madi-
n tr-t, ono ii. -. i.iiw n, ag.ni.
, , J".
FOR IA)U1VILLE A CINCINNATI
Southern Transportation Co. O. Uae F.r
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati fur.
New Mary Houston,
Lew Kate. master.
Will leave SATUR1MV, Feb. 6th. at It am
For freight or passage apply Wi C. 11. RUS
BKLL, Ant, 12 Madison St. Telephone 2-T,
Memphis and ClaetaBatl Padcet Co.
FOB LOUINVILLB - 1'IH M ATI.
John F. Jone. .. master.
Will leave FRIDAY, Feb. tth, at I p.m.
For freight or nasaag. apply to C B. HIIS
SKLL, Agent, Ne. 12 Madison st. Telephone
Ho, 227. JOHN t A Ha,.l ass.ne.r Agent.
LKH LINrJ OTMAMHKH.
fisnrUVraa.r lPlsi asMrai-MK-ei
taixt twela Pstakel l s-sn,
FotMe4en.Hlcradale, friars Point and all
Way Laodlagw Stsavsaor
9. T, Clagett ..magfcw I Piatt RSwy. ...amyL
WtU Uarn a. Mti ea evny MuNilAY.
W IDS itJDAI aad IRl AI . at 6 o'alock. .
Far Baodelph. FaHea. Osssols snd Way
Uaa rJlaaeSkan seer
J. n. Oooitr, m-r-f , ... J. W. Bjsb .Nrf . ilcfk
Leaves as every MOMDAT. llrHkilAV
andiMvlDAT at 5 p.s. The buna vf this
line rnaerve the right t pass al! landing
the .arul'4 any cae nnsi Sa. Office, o. 4
W,..,-,wi JasW Ml, Js.,i'n.li
Tbe SLfrsiBCf Riyer TraaspottulioB
Co.'s Fine HUi-W heel U. 8. Mall
Reno Macready, jfi
O. K.JopMn Hauler,.
WILL LKAVK MKSJPIIIsi KVlUtl
Til KM AT,
at 5 o'clock, for Marianaa, tbe Cat-OiT. and
tntermedlate landings on St. Francis rtver.
The captain reserves the. right to n( all
landings he deeias unsafe. JAS. LK, Ja.,
Snt..-IMn,.el. 0'J,., No. 4 MS'1"on s.
McmiiliisA; White Kivor rii.Co
.V. S. MAIL IAXXh
1. 0. Postal.. maaUr I O. Irl.PUl...o-.r
strand on, icvb1i lUntr, Are,
i a.tnsla. Ju'hi.TiaerlnailKmrer,
atop.m. inreugn vato o an point.
Freight consigned to " Memphis and W alt.
Ktver t'acket Cimpany" w'll b.lorwarJed
promptly. h. 0. LOWR, Agent,
Nn. 8 Medlsnnst. Talepho.e No. 8W.
i I "-i
lor Osceola, I'tales l'oint. C'axuttiarsville,
Sayose and Tintonvlll. Th B.w steamer
W. P. Ball master I J. D. Follr..olerk.
will leave as above, and all way oelote,
KVBHY MONDAY and THURSDAY at 8
McaiphlH aad Vloksbnrg Packet Com
pany u. n. mau t-ine.
M K CIh-k master I W. O. Bla
For Helena, Concordia. Terren. and Arkan
sas City The elegant pssieuger ilssasi
BVKRY MONDAY aad TUUR8PAY, at B
p.m ., reserving the right to low all landlaga
th captain may deem nnsaf.. or pneral
Informatloa apply at oMin.,No.4 Madison
street. K. WALw6rt1i. Ag.nt.
JOHN CARR. Paas'r A swnt. Telephone V.
FOIt WHITE HIVElt.
Mephl,Wblte ii Black Elver Packet
For IlaUna, Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clar
endon, DeVall UlufT. Des Are, AugusU.
Jackaonport, Datesville, Powhattaa and
l'ocahonta. The now and. .lagant
wheel passenger steamer
Milt llarrv , tauter, .
Willicav KVItRY SATl'RDAY t t "'clock
p.m. Through rales to all point. Freight
consigned to Milt Harry 'Lino, Memphis, wilt
he promptly Inrwarded. C B. KfJHbhLL.
Agent. Telephone 227. OBlee 12 Madisoa t.
III. A lb KNTATE
No. 5414, R. D. Chancery Cnv I 'Phelbf
ooucty-Stat. of Tennessee for lUown use,
etc., vs. Catherine Morgan at al.
BY virtu, of an Interlocutory score for
sale entered In tbe above caase on th
21th daj t December, 188ft. M, B. 54), paga
tost, I will soil t public auction, to tk high -..i
.;,l,l.r in frnt , lb. cl.rk and Master's
offlce, courthous. of She by county, Mem
phis, lsnn., on
Miklnrdnr, Hnrrtt , ltHS,
within legat hours, th. following described
proeerty, situated In Shelby county, Tense-ice.to-wit:
. . ...
Lot 10, nlocg hi, r. vr omun s soouin-
slon,48'by 150 Ieet on the west side oi ur-
loeci street, southwest corner ei auey a no
of St. Paul strait. Sold a property of M.
Lot 29, block 16, oast sldo ef Third stroet.
M feet sonth of (leorgia street, 24 by 112i
feet, Pold a proporty or inomas nagie.
Lot 30, block 1, east side of Third street,
10th ward, 24 bv Ul'i feet, the north line ba
ing 74 feet south of Oeorgia trel. Bold a
property of '1 homes Nagle.
Lot 18, block 1, fronting 24 feet on lhe east
side of Water street, Fort Pickering, and
running back no test. Bold, a property oi
the Oriental Powder Co.
Lot 13, l'olk' subdivision, 80 by 17 feet oa
south side of Ueoraia street, the westl ne be
ing Mi feet east of Orleans street, bold a
property of J. W. Purnell.
Lot 40, blork 11. east side of Second lr.t,
24 by 100 feet, 06 let north of Alabama,
street, 10th ward.
Lot 41, block II, ea-tsldof Feeoid street.
24 by 100, 72 foet nerlh of Alabama.
Lot 42, block 1 1 , east side of Second street,
24 by HO feet, 10th ward. ...
Lot 4.1, block 11, east aide of Soeond street,
24 by 101 feet. , , . , .
Lot 44, block 11. east sl.le of Seeend street.
24 by 1141 feet. Sold a pioparty of Samuel
Lot 22. blocg il, norm siue oi v.roun
street, 2S by lot) feet, to feet oast ef Kourttt
treet. Sold a propjrty of Thomas Nelson.
Lot 21, block 17, north id. of CsrMma
treet, 2S by 100 foet, 76 feet east of Fourth
street. Sold as property ot Thomas Nelron.
Lot 26, block H, south side of "roadway.
25 by 170 feet, 26 feet east of alley east of
Tbl.,1 araal II Ih arwt
Terms of Bale On a credit of six month
not with ecurlty bearing interest r
lien retained, redcmi tion barred.
ruary l, iiw.
8. 1. McDOWELL, Clerk and Master
By J. M. Uradlev, Dennty Clerk St Master.
F. 11 k C. W. lioiskell. Solicitors.
A Valuable PateiiL
Dntwy's (Herss) orn and Pen Plaa
HAVINU perfocUd my Invention. I wish
:o Pluco it before the public, especially
mHfUlacturers. As a Porn 1 ,htM,?
,jrlect stu t-xr-op.ni th. dri I, diitribute
th seed aocniwiy, uuiuiored. and oover
the same, thereby one man performing th
work of three. lhe have boon nsed in
this section for over a dotcn years wi, 6 , .er
feot satisfaction. Cn give sioi iblo testt
St. Agnes Academy.
THE FPRINCJ HiSSION will open MON
DAY the ltof February. Terins-i5.
1H0 tUO and IKsl, according to tbe as. and
ilass ofth. vupll. Forfurtber parncular
pply to th. Lady buperinr.