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FIAXCE AM COMMERCE.
MOXET 8 PEK CENT., NEW YOKK
EXCHANGE 1 4 PREMIUM.
Cwtlon Finn bat Quiet-Diddling,
S 5 8-Sdles Ymtcrday,
Af-mey continues in guol ilt-mand
at 8 ht cent. The local cotton market
a quoted firm at the Exchange, lut
in sympathy with a decline of 1-1 ic in
New York apota and 11 to 14 iointB in
futures and a drop of 6-G4J in Iiver
po.l futures, buyers were disinclined
to purchase except at concessions
which factors refused to yield. The
rcHiilt was u light business, the day's
alt-8 aggregating only.1500 bales, mid
dling 8c. At New Orleans no hum
mus of congruence was transacted
owinj; to a general observance of
Hardi Urns; the market was, how
ever, quoted quiet and easier. Ke
ceipU at this point yesterday SCO bales,
stock 137,074 hales. Total receipts
this season C0Q.568 against 40l,84-"
bales ssinie time last year, an increase
of W.273 halo. Receipts at all United
States ports yesterday 13,011 bales,
against fivl2 bides same time last year.
The general uiurkcts present no fea
ttuv of interest.
Two hundred and four brls apples,
3)0 ttrls beanB and peas, 1 pkg but
ter. ;K) pkgs bacon, 501 pkgs boots and
sliiHis, 1100 bu corn, 7S0 ska coffee, 47
sks cotton-sinid, 70 brls cotton-seed oil,
102 pkgs dry goods, 37 pkgs eggs, 2110
brls Hour, lt8 bales hay, 33 pkgs hats,
10 hd hogs, 03 hd horses and mules,
10 pkgs lard, 85,f00 ft lumber, 1 pkg
liquor, 430 brls meal, 76 brls molasses,
1040 kegs nails, 1000 bu oats, 37 brls
onions, 500 brie potatoes, 9 cars )xrk
sides, 8 brls pork, 123 brls sugar,
77V pkgs tobacco and 600 bu wheat.
9 Madisou St, Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
M-('rrMoB(lin aollelttd. Infor
mation enerfalljr fnrlh
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing House report is ai fol
lows : ,
Tuesday, March 9h, 1314,740 85;
thus far this week, $030,372 41; same
time Ust week, $717,020 86; ta-ne time
1SH5, J027.711 22; amis time 1S84,
Tuesdavr, March 9 b. t54.384 18;
thus far this wek. 128,fi06 09; same
tone !ait week, $183,920 79; same t:me
1SSV 1120,335 63; same time 1884,
New York sight on all pointi, dis
rount buying, f premium Bailing; New
Knglarxl demand, I discount buying;
New England sight, 1 discount ; New
Or'.eanf, 1 discount buying, pareellirg.
Bunk of Commerce... 148 hid, 150 asked
Jr'irst National 138 bid, 142 asked
German Bank 192 bid, 200 asked
State National 137 bid, 140 asked
Union aid l'lanten..143 bid, ISO asked
Home 70 bid, 75 asked
BlrtfCirj...... 100 bid, ... asked
Pf oples 80 bid, 85 asked
Planters -01 bid, 105 asked
Pboenix 98 bid, 100 aeked
Memphis City 102 bid, 104 asked
Vauderbilt 20 bid, 21 4 aaked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Arling'oo 25 bid, ... asked
Factor.,. .i - .t......
";'' HHCILLANIorS. ''
Tena.ceitf, D and H.83J bid, 87 asked
Tenn. wte. er. C 97 bid, 99 asked
Hhelby Oa bod!04 bid. 1061 asked
Nbswbv Co. wt.v,..i....9S bid, 90 aeked
Tar. Ditt 4, Hi 92 bid, 92 aiked
Tax. Diet. 6e.....i...l00l bid, 101 asked
Mem Stor. Com. Co.105 bid, 110 asked
Mem. Gae itock 73 bid, 75 asked
Mem. Gas bonds- 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonclg OS bid, ... aeked
HananprOil Works bid, fit) asked
City Oil Workr bid, 45 at-ked
Pioneer Cotton Mills ..12 bid,
Am. Cot. Oil frosts 25 bid,
Meui.City Ey b.7ndp..i02 bid, 103 asked
Nkw Yomc, Manh 0. Money on
call easy at 1J per cent. Prime
mercantile paper 4 "a 5. Sterling ex
change dull but steady at 4H7J for 60
dnys, and 4H0J for demand.
Ronds Government bonds were dull
and steady. State bonds were active
and steady. Kailroad bonds were only
moderately active. The total sales
amounted to j2,127,0OO, of which 1:500,
tHKI were Erie second consols, ex-June
coiiHn. Tho business was widely dis
tributed and closing prices show Irreg
Stocks The stock market was dull
and lifeless. Only one stock on
the active list shows fluctuations of as
much as 1 per cent,, that being Lark
u wanna, which fluctuated between
129 J and 128, tnd closed with a loss of
j. Reading w down J; Delaware and
Hudson and Jersey Central each J.
At the opening prices were irregular,
and after fluctuations such as men
tioned, the market closed about
steady, as a role 1 to j lower than last
evening. Among the exceptions are
New York Central, which is up
2, and Northwestern and St. Paul,
each . There was some display of
activity in the Wabash issues, aud'the
common allows a gain of H and Ihe
preferred . A conspicuous feature
was Western Union, which was weak
at the opening at 6SJ, and sold down
to 68$, but rallied and remained firm,
closing at 60$. The statement was
made that t?;C Kxecutive Committee
of the Western Union to-lay decided
to recommend the payment of 1 er
cent dividend in scrip, which will be
redeemable hereafter out of surplus
earnings, the scrip to bo convertible
into stock, and to be entitled to divi
dends in the meantime. It was also
reported that it is projoned to issue
Ixmds to the amount of about 1 2,000,
000. The only other rumors of im
portance related to troubles of the
mads in the West and Southwest with
Total safest of stocks to-dav were
282,171 share, including Delaware,
lAckawanna and Western, 73,170;
lKdaware and Hudson, ;!l4t; Krie,
2I,:UV5; lake Shore, 8810; New Jersev
C-entral, 5700; Pacific Mail, iirilo";
leading, 58,070; St. Paul, 10.7(H);
Union Pacific, KS00; Wabash Pacific,
KV24; Western Union, X, 461; North-
em Pacific preferred, 789 j.
V. S. 3, Wfi.
New 4a, lli.
0. P. first". ll'-V
Krie second, ldu.
New 4. 127.
Pacific tie of 1895, lii
T P la.! ...nl U
T. P. Kio 0. Uir.. is.
Le'h A Wilkes., llSi.U. P. Srsu. 111.
L"uiio cod,. Wi. Ih P Und rct.
Mi5ori , V. P. . fund. US'.
St. Jo-ei.h. IWi. Virini lit, U.
Ht.P.Jt .0. fimu, 12SI. V. con., elm. c, IV.
Tenn. fi. old, b:. V. can. def., 10.
Tenn. 6j. new, 53.
AJml Ezprest, 145. N hville k C, 47.
Alle.heny Cen , - N. J. Central, M1,.
Alton T. U , Nor. A W.. ufa.
A. k. T. 11 , pfd.Wi.Northern rc, 2".'..
Aiserirun Ex.. KW. Northern P.,pfd, 6'4.
B. ,i R. A N..65. N. Y. C. A St. L.,7'4.
Canada Pc., Ai?;. N. Y. C. A St L.. p., IS1,
Canada Sou .43',. 0. A N. 1- 9'.,.
Central Pae 6e.4J'J. ". AN. W.. ptd. l.T9
Chfi-penke k 0.. W.i.'S. V. Central, lifi.',.
C. k 0.. lit ld, IK. Ohio Central, 1';.
C.AO.,2d ufd. 13. Ohio Uiu.,3i',
('. 1 A., HJ. O. M Mii., pfd, vO.
C. A., pld, ltt. Ontario k Wet . lti.
C , B. k (j.. l:tJi. Oreion NaT., 1(.
C.Ht. Jj. k N. O.. treon Tran.,3lU.
C, St. L. A P., 12'i. Ureton Imp.,
CSt.L. A P., P..S1J4 Pacific Mail. il',.
C.,6.AC.,34. . Panama, m.
C. k C. 52. Peoria. D. E , 20',.
Del.Alld103,. PitUburf , LSI.
Del.. L. k W.,1.. Pullman P. C.,132.
Den. A Rio 0., 16. Keadini. 2S.
Krie, 271,;. Kock Iland, 12S.
Erie.pfd, 2K L. A 8. P., 21.
Kaatfenn.,3. St. L. A S. ., p.,44W.
East Tenn. pld, A. bu L. A H.t. lit p., 102.
Fort Wayne, H'J'v C. M. i St. P., vi)'t.
Hannioal ASt. Jo, 0 M. St. P.,p.,123X
H. 4SU Jopfd.- Bt. P. M.AM.. 117V
Harlem, 1117. K. P. A Omaha,
Hoeitoa A T., St. ?. A 0.. .fd. 103.
Illinois Can., 141. Texu Paeifio, 11
Ind. B. k
W.,275. Union Pacific 4-ri.
Kantaa T . 2SS-
it a t'
Lake K. k W.. 12. W., St. U. k P., K.
Lake Shore, W.,St. L. k V. p.. 20!,.
I on. k Nah..425i. W.1F. Ei .m.
Lou. A N. A., . W. V. reL.'ii.
M. k C lt ptd, Colorado Coal. 2TS.
M. k C, 2d pfd, Ilomeiitake, IT' j.
Mem. A Char., 50. Iron Silver, 2.10,
Mich. Central, 7:i'i. Ontario, 2-.
Min. A St. L.,1K'4- t)uii-kilver, V:.
M. A ft. L.i pfd.isM.uicki Iver pld, 22.
Min. Pae . lwiii. South. Pacific -
Mob lo A 0..14. nutio, 1U.
Ixixixin, March 0. Consols, 101 1
10 for monev and 101 j for the ac
count, liar silver, 46jd per ounce.
IIkhi.ik, March 0. The statement of
the lmcrial ltank of Germany shows
an increase in specie of 7.)4,(Hj marks.
Havana, March 0. Spanish gold
f2 30J ; exchange quiet but firm.
Paris, March 9. Three per cent,
rentes, 82f. 22Jc. for the account.
New York, March 9. Kxelianges,
104,660,831 ; balances, 3,04:!,047.
UosTO.v, Mass., March 0. Kx
elianges, 13,7!0,817; balances, $2,?"0,
021. Phm.adsi.piua, Pa., March O.Ilank
clearings, j 8,083,307; balances, $1,412,
323. Bai.tiiiokk, Mil,, March 1). Hank
clearances, 1,608,800; balances, 26tl,
167. Chicago, III., March 0. The
Chicago bank clearings to-dav were
$0,304,000, against 7,044,0OO 'yester
day. St. Lons, Mo., March . Rank
clearings, 12,773,042; balances, $260,
514. Kxchango on New York weak at
50 cents discount.
East Tennessee, Yirginia and
Georgia Kailroad Company.
THE holdera of the Income Bonds and
Preferred and Common S'ock of the
Kmt Tenneiaee, Virgiui and (leurgia Rail
road Compa y, and f the Consolidated
Bonds of laid company, who are not in ac
cord with the past and present management,
are hereby requested to immediately send
their port fficc addrefKea and Ihe f mount of
their bonds and stock to the undersigned
Meaeuros are being taken to protect all in
terests, and to seenro an equitable reorgani
sation of raid eoinpnny, in optosition to
theiilan of tre so-called Consolidated Bond
holders' Committee. Those who desire to
pn'ticipa'e In such measures should do so
HOBKRT L. NILKS, Secretary,
40 Wall Streit, Now York City.
ALEXANDER TAYT.0K, Jr.,
KKLLBY A LITTLE,
WILLIAM ALKXANDER SMITH k CO.,
P. W. U A I.LAli oKT A CO ,
HEKZFKLD . CO.,
C. F. R01I1ING11AM A CO.
The local cotton market opened
firm, nnd closed firm; middling, 8&c.
Sales, 1500 bales, including 2C0 Mon
day evening, of which 750 to export
ers and 750 to spinners.
lesteruay. Day lielorc
Good ordinary 75
Low middling Kj 8 ,
Middling 85 85
Good middling 0 0
Middling fair i J
Fair... Norn. Nom.
rhiiiisnnd tinges 7J(n)8J 7!(8.J
Mkmphik, March 9, 1H1.
Stock Sept. 1,1885 1,302
liece vea to day 560
Iteccived previously. ..600,0 8 f 01,900
Slipped to-day 2,282
Shipped previously.. ..362,604 364,886
Stock, running; it count
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and C. K. U
M. and T. U. R
1-. and N. It. H
M.and L. K. K. U
I.., N. U. and T. K. K
M.,S.and B. U. II
Wagons and other sources..
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and C. K. U
C, O. and S. W
1,., N. O. and T. It. H
New York spots opened easy, and
closed quiet and l-6c lower, ales,
388 bales. Quotations were as follows :
Yesterday. Dav before.
Ordinary 02 '6 7-16
Goodordinary... 7J 7 15-16
Ixw middling... 8f 8j
Middling 9 1) 3-16
Good middling.. 9 0 16 95
Middling fair...10i 10 5-16
Fair 10i 10 15-16
New York futures otiened weak, and
cioseu steauy. anu it to n points
lower. Sales, 14,000 bales. The closing
quotations were as follows, as com
pared with Ihe day before:
Yestenlav. Dav ln-fore.
Man h..: 9.10(3) 9 12 9 21 9 23
April 9 17(? 9 18 .30(o 9 31
May 9 273 9 28 9 41(4 9.42
June 9 37( 9.38 9.51 9 52
July : 9 4'(a 9 46 9.59$ 9 00
August 9535r) 9 54 9 67($0.W
September... 9 36 9.37 9 50$ 9 51
October 9 20ta 9 21 9 33(5) 9.:J5
November... 9 15$ 9.16 9 28$ 9.29
December... 9.18$ 0.19 9.31(4
January 9 20(t 9 27 9 36$ 9 40
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet and easier, ami closed qu-.tt.
Stiles, 510 bales.
Yestenlav. Dav before.
Ordinary 7 3 i6 "7 3 16
Good ordinary... 7 1316 7 13-16
av middling.... 8 3 11 8 3-16
Middling 8 11-16 8 11-16
Good middling .. 9 ill
No future market. Holiday.
The Liverpool spot market at noon
v;is reported dull in buyers' favor.
j Sale, 8000 bales, of which American
li.UK) bales. Keceipto, 12,000 bales, of
which American 10,1100 bales.
The following are the closing quota
tions: Ordinary, 4Jd; good ordinary,
4Jd:, low middling, 4 11-16-1; goid
middling, 5hl; middling uplands,
4 15-16d; middling Orleans, 51.
Manchestercloths quiet, little doing.
Yarns dull, in buyers favor.
f The vricft art guru in ixnctarui 64i.
Mine 4 63 m!ii 4 63 0!., and 5 01
viava 5 1-61
At noon: liverponl futures were
weak at 4-6 Id decline. Quotations were
as follows: March, ; March
April, 4 .r8$4 57d; April-May, 4 62$
4 59d; May-June, 4 6;i(n4 62d; June
July, 5 04"(7i5d; July-August, 5 05$
5 0:id ; August-Septemlier, 5 04l ; September-October,
5 06$5 04d ; Septem
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
easy: March, 4 57d value; March
April, 4 57d value; April-May, 4 5!Kl
sellers; May-June, 4 61d buyers; June
July, 5d sellers; July-August, 5 02d
buyers; August-September, 5 05d
sellers; September-Oetolier, ft Old
sellers ; September, .
At 5 p.m. : 1 iverpool futures closed
weak and 0-64d lower than Monday ;
March, 4 56d sellers; March-April,
4 56d sellers; April-May, 4 57d sellers:
May-June, 4 59d sellers; June-July,
4 61d bnvers; -July-August, 5d buyers;
August-September, 5 03d sellers; Sep-U-mber-tK-tobei',
5 02d sellers.
DAILY l-OUT ANO 1XTKH10K MAKKRTN.
N ( irleans.
August a. .
Receipts at ports, this day, 1880.13,012
Ueceipts at ports, this day, 1885. 5,842
B'ts U. S.
ports, 4 d's
Kx. (it. Br
Increase of receipts this year. ..170,269
Fl ri'BtS 1EALSI.
The following is the record of the
bids and offers at the Call Board of
tho Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
No. 2, white, April, 401c bid, 44c
asked; .May, 10 cars sold at 43 jc. No.
2, spot, March, 40c asked ; May, 42c
No. 2, spot,3:lc bid; March, 33.1c bid.
Man h, $15 asked.
Sjiot, $2 10 asked; March, $2 10
asked ; A pril, $2 20 asked ; .May, $2 25
Ci.f.vbi.anu, O., March 0. Petro
leum quiet; s. w., 110, 7c.
Cobn White, 47c; mixed, 46c, from
store ; from levee or depot, white, 44c ;
II ay Choice, from store, 85c ; prime,
75$d0c; piairie, 50c; round lota from
ievee or depot, choice, $14$14 50;
prime, $1313 50; prairie, $88 50.
Oath Wnite, 40c; mixed, 58JC,
from store: round lols fjom levee on
track white, sacked, 36Jc; mixed,
sacked, 35 Jo.
Bban From store, 85o per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, J1515 25 per
Beans Navy, $1 7fi2: medium,
$1 60$1 75.
Ric Louisana, 45cj Carolina,
Oatmeal Id half-barrele, J3g3 25
Oornmbal Standard, $2 152 25;
near), 33 25 from store; 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Flou Fiom store, double extra, ;
triple extra, ; family, $44 25;
choice, $4 254 40: fancy, $4 75$5;
extra fancy, 15 25$5 75; patents $6
$6 25; round lots from levee or track,
10c cheaper; car lot i choice, 14 25$
4 40; family, J 3 60(5)3 95; fancy, $4 60
4 75; extia fancy, f4 805 05; pat
ents, 15 45$5 70.
Hominy anu Grits Fiom etore,
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
$ 3 50 from store.
Crack rs Sod a, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4c; lemon cream crack
e;s, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
Kansas City, Mo., March 9. Wheat
steady; cash, 72e hid, 74o aeked;
April, 75c bid, 75Jc esked; May, 77c j
bid, 78Jc asked. Corn weaker; cash,
273(! bid, 28',c aekeu; April, vojc bid,
20icafked ; May, 31c bid. 31 c asked.
Oats nominal; ;',o qootatione.
St. Louis, Mo., March 9. Flour
dull and unchanged. Wheat quiet
and unsettled, but generally higher;
the market opened strong and higher,
but weakened, and closed lJc higher
than yesterday: No. 2 red, easb,92c;
May, 94j95,c, closing at4$94Jc
bid; June, 059fijc. closing ac 95 ic;
July, 88JS8Ic, closing at' 88jc bid.
Corn very dull, bat firm and higher,
c osing about Jc over yesterday; No 2
mixed, cash, 35j36c; March, 3V5
35jc, closing at 36; May, 36Jf38, ,
closing at 3t'536jc. Oats very quiet
but firmer; No. 2 mixed, cash, 30ijc;
March, 30 jc. Mar, 312c. Rye weak,
OOj. Barley very dult and unchanged.
Hay steady: prairie, $5 505 75c;
timothy, fll12 75. Flaxseed", $1 10.
Bran steady, 62c. Cornmeal steady,
$1952. Receipts Flour, 2000 brls;
wh a-., 5000 bu ; corn, 93,000 bu : oats,
18,000 bu; rye, none; barley, 7000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 2000 brfs; wheat,
5000 bu ; corn, 17,000 bu ; cats, 2000
bu; rye, 2000 bu; bailey, none.
Afternoon Beard. Wheat 1$ Jc
loner. Corn a shade lower. OaU un
changed. Chicago, III., March 9. As one of
the market reviews pots it to-night:
"Affairs on 'Change appear to be fust
degenerating into a condition when a
market leview for to-day wi 1 answer
very well for the next, with possibly
some few changes in fractions." The
wheat market closed in the latest trad
ing at practically yesterday's figure,
and the price for Mey delivery remains
at virtually the lame price at which it
was quoted six weeks ago, having var
ied in that time lees than 3 cents in
either direction. Trading wai almost
entirely local to-day and speculation
was phenomenally light. The cables
came in a little stronger, under which
impulse May advanced to 85 Jo, fell off
to 84 and closed on the regular board
at 85 l-16c. In the afternoon the feel
ing was again easy, May closing at
84 Jo. Very little interest developed
in either corn or cats snd the market
ruled easy for both. Flour quiet and
A PPEAL WEDNESDAY, MAKCIT 10, 1SSG.
utu'banited. Wiieat d Jtu at i w t vii
a nair jw range and ct:d nt 1 oV o k
a thade higher thsn yvstrdi.v. l. s
rsrsgfd: March, I7J 'i,80jt c o '1 kt
80c;May. 84J'8.rJ closed t 85 1
16c: June, S0(a.S-ij -.close-j a s j 7 l,,c;
No. 2 epr.rg, 8"J(.i"8'Jc: Nj. 3 pji-i ' ar,
71C-i'7.1:v t'irn dud and st a iv ; c-i.-ri.
371(337;?: March, 37 0-16-; :..'sv, 4
('405 -, clofed ' 4l;c; Juu -, 4 J',.-,
4 jc, c'oed at 4Cc. O.iU i'r.1 a-id
mht; rash, 29jc; Marcb, 2'V; May,
. C O l'il ft t-v: q-.in.t ;
N.i. 2, 5!)i Btrley dull; No. 2, li'Vj.
Flax-eed et?aiv; No. 1, $1 101. lit
cei pts Flour, 10HH) brls; wiicjr. 3(t
000 bu; c.rn, 225,(01 hu; oa's. 124 000
bu;rye, 3000 bu; ba'ley, 47 00J ba.
Shipments Flonr, 12.000 brln; wheat,
13,(00 bu; corn, 143 000 bu; oats
81.000 bu; rve, 2000 bu; bailey, 23,
Afternoon Board. Whet easy, s
lowr. Corn, oita and pork un
changed. Lard, 2Jc lower.
Bt'TTKR Creamery, 33(i37c; dairy,
2220e; butterine, "l4'16c; country,
12i'a 18c, according to condition.
Chkk I'rimo flats, 7(8c; New
York factory, 8c ; full cream, 12$12 jc ;
Y. A., 12$12ic.
Mbss Pork Old, $10 50$10 75 ht
barn-1; new 111 75 er barrel; sugar
cured hams, packed, 10c; breakfast
bacon,7.J$10c; clear rib bacon, ti;$aje.
Bulk Pikk Clear sides, tic; clear
rib sides, 5JT)Jc; long clear, 53c;
Ijtrd -Tierces, 6l(a 6.'.c; half-barrels.
6,$6e; kegs, 6i(6.Jc; buckets, 6$
tijc; liall-iiiu-kets, 7ijc; ,Ki-ll) (ins,
tlj$63c; 20-lb tins, 2C" lo; 10-lb tins,
tij(i "c; 5-11) tins.tljc; 3-lb tins, (iji 7c ;
choice kettle, tierces, Oje.
Fiiksii M kats Beef - Good Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 7(0(7e;
cows and heifers, 6c; mutton, 7c;
lambs, ; xirsi 6e.
Pms-KKirr Brls, $S8 50; lialf-brls,
f 33 25.
Cincinnati, O., March 9. Pork
quiet, J10 75. l.ird easier; prime
sit am, 6. 6.0. c. Bulk meals easier:
shoulders, 3.75c; short rib, 5J
Baron quiet and unchanged. Butttr
qniet aad unchanged. E.-ga easier,
lie. Cheese eteady and unchanged.
St. Louis, Mo., March 9. Provisions
steady and generally nncbanged. Pork,
$10 65. Lard eatier, tic Bulk
mia'.s leo lots, long clear, 5.30J;
short ribs, 5.45o; short clear, 5 60c;
boxed lots long clear, 6(0; short rirs,
53c; short clear, 6I0. Bacon Bteady:
long clear, 5c; snort ribs, 5;c: short
clear, 6.95$(ic. Hams (juitt, sj$Uc.
Butter dull but su.uy: creamery,
25$30c; dairy, 1826o. Ekks higher,
Chicago, Ilu, March 9. Mess pork
dull and eanv: cash. J10 15(-i)10 2J:
March. 110 15$10 25, c'osed at $10 15
$10 17 ; May, $10 2f $10 35, closed at
1( 30; June, $10 3.,JI0 42J, closed at
$10 37 J. Lard dull and eapy; csh,
March and April, 0.02 J6 0,5c; May,
0.05$610. closed a', 6 Uiff-O.lOc;
June, 6J(S 6.15c. Boxed meats quiet;
dry silled shoulders, 3 90$4c; slioit
ribs, 0 s.)$083. nutter crtamery, i7
31c;dany, 2024c. Eggs, lH$121o.
Afternoon Board Lmd 2)a lower.
Roap--3J$5Jc per pound.
O'-rTBt louimon, 7Gi.7c ordira
ry, 9g91c; prime Rio, 0(10c; choice
to fancy, 11 JJj 13jc ; old government,
23$25; Ceylon, 20c.
buoAR Kastern yellow, 6J$Ojo;
pure w. c. white, 6c ; off white, 6j$
6c; yellow cl8riUed,68$"Je.;pet ket
tle, f5Jo; refmed A, 7$7Jci granu
Uted, 7$7Jc; powdered, 7j; cut loaf,
Salt $1 201 30 per barrel; eacks,
tine. $1 t0; darse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 27c; car-loads from levee
or depot, oc cheaper.
Molissks Louisiana, common to
fair. 23$27c : crime to choice, 30$40c ;
syrup, 20$10c; common to fair, 230
28c; prime to choice, 30$3Jc.
Tcbaccj Common, 11-inch, 27
30c; other grdes and styles, 2$.28c.
Sniifl'-Garr.tt's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. K-, 9 50.
Candies t ticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7$8ic.
Candles Fall weight. 10i$llc.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prhiesi per dox
en: Pineapples, $1 35$1 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 3!l 60; seconds,
$1 15$1 25; timatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 10; 3 lb,$l 35; strawberries, $1 40
$1 60; raspberries, $1 15(il 25 ; black
berries, $1$1 15: greengsges, $1 60$
1 76; pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60$
1 70; asparagus, 2 60$4; green corn,
$1$135; green peas, fl("2 25; cove
oysters, full weight, Mb, $1$1 10;
cove oysteir, full weight, 2-lb, $1 76
1 85: cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oyeters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swies, $6.
New Yobk, March 9. Coffee spot
fair Bin fitm, 8J5t'-8jc; options higher
and fairly active; saler, "3,2c0 Inirs;
Match, April, Mav and June, 7.05$
7 lOn ; July, 7.107.15c ; Augoat, 7.10c ;
September and October, 7.15$7.20c ;
December 7.20$7Jc. Siifar quiet;
refined quiet; Confectioners A, 6Jc;
cnt-)oaf and crnshed, Molastes
steady. Rice firm, demsnd fair.
HO ('BEHOLD (JtPPLII M,
Ai-i-l.Ks Apples, $2 "i03 from
store; $22 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried apides, :kS4c per
jxiiind from store. Dried peaches, 3$
4c from store.
Potato ks I'otatoes, $2 2Vii;2 50 from
store; 2$2 25 per car-loadfroin levee
Vwirtam.ks Onions, $2 75,1 from
store ; $2 50$2 60 from levee or depot.
Cabbage, fi 50 3 50 per crate. Kraut,
barn-Is, 5(i 6; half-barrels, $2 25$3 SO.
Garlic, 40$60c per 100.
Fruit 0anges, Louisiana, none;
Florida, none; Messina.- $.'i$3 50 per
box. Lemons, $3(83 50 per" box. Ba
nanai. $12 100 per bunch. Cooa
nuts, $4 per 100. Peannts Virginia,
Be; Tennessee, farmer's ftock. 3$4c;
roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled, 10c. Al
, Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers. $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
PiCKLts-In jars, pinti, 90c; qnarts,
$1 50; half-sallonr, $2 50; gallons,
$3 75; loose, bands, $6; bilf-barrels,
$3 50; mixeo", barrels, $10 60; mixed,
Walnpts French, 12c ; Naples, 15c ;
Grenobles, 15c Filbsrt', 12c.
Cideb Missouri, $7(f 7 tO per bar
rel and $4$4 50 per balf barrel; Vine
gar. 11$1 6c per ga Ion.
Poi'LTBY Turkeys, perdoien, $7 50
9, geese, $3$4; ducks, t2 50; chick
ens, good demand. 2(n3; dressed tur
keys, scarce, 10$12c Pr pound.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10(yl4c for large; - Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-bKrtrla, No. 1,
$5; No.?, J 3 25; No. 3, tJ 76; 10-lb
kit. No. 1, 80c; No. 2, 7(k : 15-lb. No.
3,60s. Dry herrings, fan.ily, 30c per
Game Venison, who --. 3(3;5e, sad
dles, 6(a8; bear, (k$8c ; 'd turkeys,
W)$75c; duck, $1 60$ 50;iquirrels,
75c; quails, 75c$l ; prim is cbickens,
$5; game fiab, 608c.
cortus-sKEi i( Mit:
Seed Delivered atderot and wharf,
$3 per ton; on bank tl ilw (f. 0. b.
tioA ), s0; wg m et miil . .'u
Piiuie (f. O. b ,) i I5;j l. 25 tt-r i..i.
Lesittat car-bad l.ita, $!5 SOfi MB.
From store. 90c per sack. Cake
Nominal ; $1(1 per ton. O-l In rr--ad
lot, prime, crude C. H. ml, 22$
23;; prime summer yell.iw 2iJiV;7r;
t tT-Kunuuer yellow, 25$26c; luiurrs',
27$3')c ; choics cooking summer yel
BiCiUI-NU AH l TIF.H.
BAGOiKO-Jute, 9J("Ulc; t x, n,i
10c, according to weight. Tie;, 1 20
Nails-2 45$2 70.
MIIINKY, MIXM. l.l(IORH, IT'.
Whisky Straight Kenttiiky lUmr
bon, $1 606;rye,$l 7"i(i; doinestic,
St. Lous, March 9. Whisky steidv
Chicago, March 9. Whisky steady,
Cincinnati, March 9. Whisky
steady at tl 10. Sales of 791 barrels
finished goods on this basis.
Coal Oii--Prime white, wholesalo
lots, 1 lc per gallon.
PiTTsRtKi,PA., March 9. Petroleum
dull, but steady : National Transit cer
tificates openisl at 79jc, and closed
at 80c; highest price, 80c; lowest,
UOBNIKJ AND nl LIN.
lloitMKs-liiKMl driving, l5i$226;
good saddle, I40'S 3iK); plugs, ).'15(o) 80;
pood mares, $85$ I k).
M t i.iw -141 to 15, $ 1 10$l 't5 ; 15 to
15, $125$ 140; 15 to 16, $U(K:175.
(iiKsl demand; supply fair.
1.1 VB Hroi:U.
Cattlk Choice to extra curn-i'td,
900 to 1050 pounds, 44r; good, 3$
4c; choice grass-fed, ;-ti( 3c; gisid, 3
$3Jc; fair to medium, 2J$2Jc; com
HtHis Choice, 3j4c; goisl, 3J$
3jc; common, :K'03ic
Siikki' Choice, 4'if4e; inedium, 3
$3Jc; common, $ll 60.
Cincinnati, 0., March 9. Hogs
firm; common and light, $3 5(V4;
packing and butchers, l$4 60. Re
ceipts, 1205 head ; shipments, 66 head.
Chicago, III., March 0. The Dro
vers' Journal reports: CnHls receipts,
5(00 head ; shipments, 2000 head ; mar
ket itrmg and high r; shipping steeis,
950 to 1500 pounds, $3 Mi'ti 00; (tot-kern
and feeders, $4$4 40; cows, bulls
and mixed. $1 75$4 25 ; bulk, $3$3 3D ;
through Texai catMe, $3 00$4 50.
Hogs receipti, 17,000 hoad; ship
ments, 8000 head; market steady;
quel 'ty better; rough and mixed, $3 90
$4 25; picking and shipping, $4 25$
4 65; light, $3 75$4 25; skips, $3(.t)
3 75. Sheep receipts, 5000 head ; ship
ments 1610 head; market active and
a shade lower; natives, $3$5 00;
Wtxtern, $45 60; Texane, $2 50$
Kansas City, Mo , March 9. The
Livestock Indicator reports: Cattle
Receipts, 1354 head; shipments, 143
head. Marketstrong;shipping grades
5$10o higher; butchers stuff firm;
feeders steady; choice ti fancy, $5 Of $
5 20; good to choice, $t 60$5;ccmmun
to medium, $4$4 0; s:ockers and
feeders. $3 40$4 20 ; cows, $2 503 30.
Hog? Receipt', 3198 head; ship
ment", 58; market strady and prices a
shade higher oa choice, others steady ;
good to choice, $-t$4 25; common to
medium, )3 70$3 90; skips and pigs,
2$3 60. Sheep Receipts, 500 head;
shipments, none; market steady;
good to choice, $t 25$4 90; common
to medium, $2 604.
New York Dry Uooda Market.
New York, March fl. The jobbing
departments of trade are fairly active,
but at first hands the demand has
been less vigorous. Deliveries on
previous orders are being pressed, and
agents are doing their best to meet
the requirements of distributors. The
tone of the market la very Bteady.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" W4i rHy AI ttuprw tin
arrmftmtnlt for all th liimlkly and Vuar
tsHf irsmufi o A tomitiana SI9I4 Lolttry
Conipmnv, and ia ims mutaat and aantrol
(k Jrxip Ucmmms, and (Aaf tKt tarn
art ovnductd satS konfty, fayrntm and in
toodfaitk toward ail r ", and tn awrAoftM
IA Company to an (Am wrtaaaata, wit A foe
txmiUt 0 onr titnalnrat attacked, in U ad
Wf, fA uiidmignrri. Bank nnd Bnnkrt
vilt pay alt Viifl drawn in Th Louiniann
Nttttt Lotttriet wkickmay 6 pnwrntfd at our
1. II.OULKMIY.I'rra. I.n. Dsl'l Kaok,
N. II. str.JVNEDY.Frca.Nlnlr.Miiri Ilk
A. BALDWIN, Pres. N. O. Nat. Bk
f Over Haifa Billion Distributed.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Inoorroratad In ISM for twantr-lr rairs
ky tba banrlotura for Educational and
Caaritabla imrpc.es with a capital of II,
WKi.OOO tontirli a rasarrc fund of ovart'iSO,
Outi ba smoa been added.
Br an Ofarwbalralna- popular . t-ota Its
frani-birawas mad a part of tn i-rasent Stata
Constitatioi, adoptad Dacambar id, A. 1).
Ita Jrnt Hlnarle NamherDrssw
lBita will tisko aln monllilr. Itnmr
ra or potpnti. hook at tba following
Extraordinary (Jnarterly Drawing
In tbe Academy of Music, New Orleans,
Tnewlny, Matrsib 1H, IMfte,
Under the persenal sui-ervision and man
(te-a.U.T. BeaorrtiHrfl,nf Loulsalna, and
Urn. Jabal A. Kitly,vf Virginia.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
sWNOTTCE Tickets are Tets Detllstra
mlf. Halves, A. Fifths, f4.
. LIST i)X 1-KIZKS. , ,
1 Capital Prise of. ll.VI,iu... Jl.Vl.orjn
1 Orand Priie of Ml.tsw M,m
1 UranJ Prite of a.li . 2n,UKI
2 Large Prises of. lo.xu ..Il!i,(l)
4 Large Prises of. 5,l) . 3d,(J
20 Priaes of. l.urt . ,0H0
frries of...... VM)..... 2;"),WJ
lno Prises of... - 3l....... HII.KIO
2.11 Priaes of. 2i 4n,(K)
) Priaes of. - tW.000
1000 Priaes of. SO .. 6O.OU0
arraozm atkik raim.
100 Approximation Prises of rJW... 20,000
Kill Approximation Priiea of 100... lU.CKXI
100 Approximation Prises of 75... ,500
227V Prises, amounting to t'22,50n.
Application for rates to clubs should be
made only to the office of tbe Company in
For further information write clearly,
givinr full addref-a. lON r A I.NuTKn, Ex-
Fre.i Money Orders, or New York Exchange
n ordinary letter. Currency byExpreae (all
sams of S5 and upward at oar expense),
m. a. njirpuiN,
Kw Urlesasu Let.
Or n. A. 1AI PHIIV,
WablnKloa. Is. C, .
or at 6 WelCart SIMemptila, Tensi
Xake P. O. Honey Orders pajable
and addrenH KegiBlered letters to
HEW OKLRAMN MATIONAL BASK,
Hew Orlpawa, Lss,
KiVFilS A'iD STEAMBOATS.
Friars Point. ..Coioai, & p.m.
White Rker...Cu:cist-. J p.m.
Osceola Daix Adki, S p. id
Arkansas City. ..Kara Auus, S p.m.
Tiptonville.. (laroao S t.m.
Ciooinn iti Ohio. f p.m.
MO IDIMt AT Till: I.F.t I i:.
Arrirnl: t'harlt-n Morgan and Jxt.
W. (.iatr.Cint'iiinati ; I'hirkasaw, While
rivt-r; Arkanxad t'ity, St. liii.s; t'ity
tf Now Orleans, New Orleans.
Drjtarture Charles Morgan, New
Orleans; Arkansas City, Vieksbttrg;
Ueiie Maertnily, bt. Fram is river; Joo
Peters, Arkansas river; City of New
Orleans, St. Umis; CtuulH-rlaml and
James V. tSaff, Citu-innati.
Boafin 'orf. Chiekasaw.
Baatt Ihie Down, City of St.
and lH-an Aitauis.
Boats Due I 'p. Coahoma, City of
Vit ksliiirg and 1'aris C. lirow n.
Arkaiisiw City UK) tons men lian
dise. City of New Orleans -(H) empty
Chii-kasaw 70 bales eotton, H hd
rattle and .'i7 pkrs mereliaiitliso.
James V. (iall fsiM lirls iitatH-s,
IIS brls apples, :ii lirls onioiis, -S.'i luls
Hour, lOlj kp nails, :lll7 ljp rum, 'JS
hirs rlover, "H hales hay, ll'l hales
straw, l.V! Iixs can troods, etc., 7S!I
empty keirs, 177 oil lmrn-ls, tl rases
t'Kiw.'itW pkis furniture, ,r0 luls salt
and UK hi kp men-liandiHe.
Tiik Ohio, ('apt. M. M. (Vein, is the
Friday packet for Cincinnati.
Tiik Anchor Line steamer City of
St. Intis is duo down for New Orleans.
Tub lii Helena, Capt. Alf Orissom,
is the next regular packet for New Or
leans. TiihO. Line steamer steamer Paris
C. llrown, Capt. John S. Patterson, is
due up, bound for Cincinnati.
Tiik lean Adams, Capt. Ilenrv
CisiM-r, is the packet this evening at h
oVIK-k for Osceola and the npiwr
liends. Win. Sniitlter is in her (illlce.
Tiik (iayoso, Capl. V. P. Hall, In (ho
packet to morrow evening at 5 o'clock
lor Utile's Point, Tiptonville ami all
way Inndinifs. J. P. Walt is in her
Tin: Chickasaw, Capt. 1M C. Postal,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for all poiuts on White river. ('. M.
Postal and A. Itanksmitli are her
Tiik Coahoma, Capt. Tims. Claggett,
is (lie tmc-ki-t this evenini; at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Friars Point and all way
landing. Will Ashfotil has chatyc of
Tiik Kale Adams, Capt. Mark H.
Cheek, is the I'nited States mail lutck
et to-morrow eveliinit at -" o'clock for
Helena, Arkansas Citv and all way
lainlings. W. 4'. Itlaiiker is in her
Wkatiikii cloudy and cold.
Kkckiitm by river yesterday, 70 hales
Tut: Kent- Macready cleared last
evening for St. Francis river.
Tint Joe Pett-rs departed yesterday
eveninu for Arkansas river with a fair
Tiik Cumberland completed her re
pairs yesterday and departed for Cin
cinnati. Tin: river here stands '.'2 feet and 4
tenths on the gauge, it fall of H tenths
in the last -I hours.
Thk City of New Orleans passed up
for. St. Ijoi'us yesterday afternoon. Sim
discharged 1IIHI empty hogsheads.
Tins Arkansas City imiskhI down
yesterday afternoon for Vieksliurtr.
Sim diBchareed here 100 tons of
freight and added 40 tons.
Tuk Charles Morgan, from Cincin
nati, passed down at daylight yester
day inorninif for New Orleans, loaded
flat, and fnllof passe npM.
Tiik Jnme8 W. Huff arrived Into
Monday night from Cincinnati with
5000 packages of freight; ami depnrted
again last evening for Cincinnati with
5(H) bales of cotton, 250 barrels of oil
and n iroisl lot of sundries.
WRATIIEK AND RIVER.
Ol-Klt K SltiKAl. SKItVICK, U. S. A., 1
Mkmi-iiis, March 0, I p.m.
The following ohseivations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
one hour faster than
Rise I Fall
Feet. lOtbs lOthsjlOtlm
27 : 7
5 N 2
14 It Ill
,l:i " V "id "
8 ........ ........ ........
7 4 5
22 4 8
S 0 4
i:i i 5
in 4 4
14 """' 4
:is 7 l
I jt Crosse
Cairo, March fl. Noon P.iver 27
feet 5 inches on tbe gauge and falling.
Snowing all tbe morning.
PirreBUBO, March fl. Noon River
fa'ling with 3 feet 7 inches on the
gauge. Weather cloudy and mild.
Cincinnati, March 0. Noon River
falling, with 1:1 feet 11 inches on the
gauge. Weather cloudy; thermom
Kvansvili.i, March 6 Noon River
falling, with 14 feet 7 inches on the
gauge. Uuckeye Stats passed up at 3
a m.; Golden Crown arrived at 10 a.m.
Locimvillk, March 8. Night River
falling, with 7 feet flinches in the canal
and 5 feet 1 inch on the falls. Busi
ness Uir. Weather cloudy and turn
Louisvillb, March t). Noon River
falling, with 7 feet 5 inches in the
canal and 5 feet 3 inches on the falls.
Business good. Weather mild and
cloudy. Granite state up.
EvANSVlLUi,March 9. Night River
falling, with 14 feet 4 inches on tbe
gantre. Weather thermometer, S4
to 35 ; barometer 20. Golden Crown
and John A. Wood passed down at 3
p.m. Packets all on time.
Mcvesaessla of Ocesiss meiiser.
Naw Yobk, March 9.-Arrived:
fiteamer Wyoming from Liverpoo'.
FOh Vlt!Krrii i;t.
hi. l-4.nl anil NewOrlraa. Anrt.ar
I tav-l-.N. Jlatl-tOR VlCLsUI' Ku.
City of Providence, T
(Jeo. CarTall ...master. .
Will leate the Elevator THURSDAY Alarca
11th, a' 6 p.m. fur freiint or i-aisaite apply
f. I.. II - . Ae-'t. A l NTOH V . Knn't.
VOH CAIRO AN1 HT. LyUI -
Lonlw nntl Krw SlrlrMssa Assrhur
l,t--V.H. Wjnii-CAlllO A t;T. Lol ld.
Belle Memphis, fT
(Iro. Baksr matter. :i3fc
Win lame the Klerator lilt KMIAI , March
11th. at A . m. r'or Ireiaht r jxion applr
'. I.. II - i . Yw. Art. A l STOHV. Sti
tUR LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI
3feniihb aad t'inrlouali racket C
I OR LOtlSVILI.E aft 4 INI'INS ATI.
M. M. Peen, anaater, JiT i i" at
Will leave FK1DAV, Uareh Ula, at 0 p. in.
For freieht or pas.aae eipl to v, B. KLs
SKLL, Agent, Ne. IK Madiaoa at. Telet'hoa
Ho. .7. JllllN OARK, Pafsenier Aawnl.
Steamer (i KAMI B riTATK fvllowi, lear
Itif Taeiln, Mrrh lsth-
FOR TIPTON V 1 LLK. "
Kor useeola, llalea foinu varalber.vioa,
Uaosn toil TIptonTllle The new euiamor
oe toil TtptonTtlle IB
W. P. 11 all master I J. D. Poller ,..ei.r.
will leave as above, and all war point.
KVKHY MONDAY and TUURjtUAf at S
p.m. For freiihtor passace applron board.
aalessalita,-rlnrai Vwltis s.m1 SBmssspsiuj
ami tiaoaola Fswik! lorapany.
For lleleaa. tilemlala, Friars Folnt aoit all
Way Landinaa htaainoi
. Ulaaatt. .aialUr I Piatt Rhuur. ...... rk
Will Utre a above on ever? MON J V.
WKDNKSDAI and KK1UA . at 9 o oloi k.
For Randolph, Falton. OsmnU and W ar
Landini a steamer
J. H. Cooter, master. ..J. W.hmlthers.rlnrlr
U -ory MONUAV. W aUiMfton AY
and FU1DAY at B p.m. The boats of tea
Ime reserve tiie riht to paaa all landini
the eautMiti niaydeeao rinsnte, Ofiee, No. 3
M.n .1AM KM I.Kl!. Ja..Hm.' :.
Memphis and Vlckshnrg racket Com
panj L'.M. Mull Line.
For Ilelena. ('annordla, Terrene and Arkan
sas Citr The elefant paaseaior slean er
KATE ADAMS, cwCfc
M. R. Cheek. ..master I W. V. Blauaer...olerk
KVKRY MONUA Y and rlUjRHDAY. at 5
fi.ni., reservlne theriaht to pass all landini
herapUm mar doom unsafe. For general
Information applr at ofllne, No, 4 Madisoa
street. K. WALWOHTa, Aient.
JOHN flAHR. Pn.s'r Aeent. Telephone gW.
Mora ph is & V hi to M vc7 1'ktCo
C. H. MAIJL 1AHL.
STR. CHICKASAW, Sc
1. 0. Postal.. masur I 0. M.lf ostaj....otr
CInreadnn, )tall Illarr, Iess An,
jaaaroata, Ja-kMnpor(inf1 Nmvflfi
liiCA VUd JlBMl'Uiajivory W KDNK.HUfvi',
at6p.ni. Ihroaah rauia to all points.
Freight consigned to " Memphis and Wal sj
tuver Paoket Ocmpan?" b-torwariid
promptly. h. u. LOWR, Ascnl,
N". MHl.nn . Telepho-e No.
L . '1
Tb Nt. Francis Klver Transunrtutlon
Co.'s Fin HHo-W heel I', ti. Mall Htmai
O. K. Jopltn master,
WI1.1. LKAVK MKMPUlai
at S o'fltoek, for Marianne, the Cut-Off, and
Intermediate landiniaoa nt. Franoil river.
The eaptain reservos the rik'ht to rs all
landlnvs he deems unsafe. JA3. I.KkC, Jr.,
4nn..l.t....i OiftM. Vn. 4 Mi.ai.nn at
Arkansas River Pk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, tZtr
K. II. Bmlth.... master, fMiwfc
Leaves Mviuphia K.ory TU1C8UAY, at 5 p.ia
Str, E. W. CbTE.fJ-B,
Kd Nowland tnaatrr, anMSMKMaB
Leaves Memphis Every SATURDAY, at ft p.m.
For freltht or passaae apply to - -
Ofllca. No II Madison st. Telephone No. W.
FOlt WHITE HIVEK.
MewphlM, White (Hack Kuer Packet
For Ilelena, De Veils BlnlT, Dea Des Arfr
insta, Newport and llatesvllle. The ne
and elegant si dew heel paaaeuger steme (
wm ua"eTvkRYB aWrBXY i '
p.m. Through rates to all polnU. Frelg
consigned to Mill Harry Line, Me; iphis.wiV
be promptly lorwarded. W.J. 1)0 VL
Offlee Madison st Telephone 386.
Jaaaa a FlAHSUI. Paaaeacar Agent. Tel-
DU; 1). 8. JOlINSP'e
. tin. 17 Jefferaok JtfM, ' 4 ,' A
(Between Mln and Front.) ' MKMl'UfS.
IKstabltshed in 1HA0.I
DR. JOHNSON is aoknowledged by all par.
ties Interested as by jiir the in out suo
oesstul physician In Ihe treatment ef private
nr secret disomies. Uuiok, ieruianent eurea .
f uaranteed in every ciiee, male or feirale.
leent euses of Oonorrhea and Byphilia
cured In a f w days without Ihe ue of uier
oury, ohunge of dlat or hindrance Irura
business. Bei-rmdsry Syphilis, thelastves
lite eradicated without the use ef mercury,
lnvolunsnry loss of semen stopped in a short
time. Sullerars from impntenoy or loss of
semml p.wers rostored to tree vlgur in a few
eeeks. Victims of aell-abuse and eioessiva
venory, sufl'aring from sporuiutorrhea end
lussol phyi(lciil nnd inentnl power, stesdlly
end permanently cuied. 1 l'nrtiaular atten
tion paid to the Diseases of Women, and ,
euros gunraiitoed. l'lles and old Soros oured
without the use of onustloor the knife. Alt
ccnsultatioiis striotly confidential. Medi
cines sout by express to all parts of thai
"Wnrtiingmen oured at half tha asnal -ratos.
Ollice hours from II u'oloek a.m. to
o'olookp.ui. 1). B. JUUNhUN, M.l). ,
UNDER and by virtue ol two trust Hreda
executed by D. L. Ferguon and II. 0.
Ilampson lo the undersigned aa trustees, oa
January 4. 1M, and May II. 1HH5, reMiect
ive'y. and duly reoorded In the office of tha
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Mississippi
county. Ark., ia Record bonk 12, nasea
etc, an-t Record Book of Trust Deed, vol.
A, pages Kfi, etc, default la the payment of
the Indebtedness thereby secured having
been n.ade, at lha re-iue,t of the benonotariaa
therein, we will, as such trueteei, on .
Wrdnewlaj, Hisrcli l, IHSH,
at the storehouse upon the plantation knowa
as "Nodena," In Mississippi county, Ark.,
and being on the Missi-sipiii river, proceed .
to sell to the hlghe-t bidder, lor ciish, tha
allowing personal pripcrty, to-wit: Four
t-horso wagons, eight two-bore wag-ns. .
seventy-one mules, six sets wiigon harness,
seven sets harness, one td-horfe power en
gine and boiler, tno Hil-ssw Milburn double
roller gins and gtn stands, two feeders and
oondensers, odo Coiilman cotton press, on
grist-mill with appurtenances, belting, .
shafting and pulleys, three hcrscs, two
oolu, one mule oolt, fi.ur mures, four sets of
gear; also, all plows, scrnpors, h- es, axee
an) all other funning ntensils and imple
ments I and also, all cattle, stuck hogs and
other mules and stock, and all crouto' corn,
oottnn. cotton-seed, bay, fodder and other .
products now on or helnnginrt f-e planta
tions known as "Noili-na," the "Kllie
placa" and the "Unier place'' In said
county, run and eporatcd by sanl l-crguson
A ilampson during the year li. And
under aaid deed, on
Haiarday. March itO. IM.
in front of thecourt-hon.e doi.r in Oceola,
Mississippi county. Ark., we will sell to tha
Lrf.u, ntiitli.tha fullowine de
scribed real estate, n-onoJy, all being in said
county and ritate: Tho idautation known
as the "Kllis place" at lergcson A lltimp
son's Landing in Mend i, Mississippi river,
and described as follows; YV W sec. 1.1, ii
aarcseutol E!i see. at. and I part Vi :,eo.
at, K S of sec 2"-, and K W H aec i, in
township 11 north, range 111 i ea t. Also,
isec. AlnO acres, W XtiK H lec. II. !
aures.in township 11 north, range 10 east:
and tLe 8 fr S oi NVY fr sec. Jo (south of
Little river) in tewnship 13 norih, range J
e.st. containing 8.U7 acres. Alio, h try, of
UK fr H sec (east of hsyou). township IS
north, range 10 east, W. IK acres. Also, tho
N fr oi seo lu twe t of B .y Lake) contain
ing 20-lOt) of an acre: and the bh H of N
l of sec. 15, hold in township 11 north,
range lu gust, the last described oonUining
ill acres. . . ... , ,
.Said sales will begin at the time and plaoa
stated, and will continue from Uyf today
until ooupleted. Ail riahta of raceuiptioa
and exemptions are waived. Sn'.e alisolute.
Terut.o.s'1. D. H. VO.-.T0N.
F. P, 1'os-von.