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FINANCE AND COMERCE.
MONEY 8 PER CENT., XEW YORK
EXCHANGE 14 PREMIUM.
Cotton StroDS-SlddliDK, 8 5-8c
Sales lesterdtj, 6200
Money in fair demand at '8 iwr
cent. Local securities qtsK't but
steady. The cotton markut devel
oped great strength here rad else
where yesterday, and the are now
Btrong grounds for the belief that
better prices may be lbokid for frooc
this time on. Sales hepo yesterday
0200 bales at and above quotations,
and the tone at the close of the day's
business was decidedly strone. The
bears bave aH disappeared from the
floor of the Exchange, and those who
were most bea ish in their views two
cr three weeks ago are gradually be
ing forced to admit that bottom prices
have been reached and left behind.
The feeling on the other side is more
encouraging than it has been for
weeks, and most of the demand for
cotton comes from that qnarter. Of
6200 bales sold here yesterday, 5200
were for export, and these figures
might have been doubled if factors
had shown any eagerness to press
sales. Liverpool reported spots
l-10d higher, with improved de
mand; futures steady and 2
3-64d higher than Tuesday;
March, 4 58-64d. At New York spots
ruled firm, unchanged. Futures closed
firm, and 4 to 7 points higher. At
'New Orleans spots closed firm nnd
c higher; middling, 81110c. Sales,
8500 bales middling. Futures firm and
8 to 11 points higher. Receipts st this
port yesterday, 921 bales, stock, 126,55
bales. Total receipts at this port this
Beason 508,494 bales, against 400,217
bales at this time last year, an increase
of 00,277 bales. Receipts at all United
States ports yesterday, 8225 bales,
against 2739 bales same day last year.
In the general market hog products
continue weak and depressed. Other
Eleven pkgs butter, 4486 bu corn,
J 80 pkgs cheese, 6 cars cotton-seed,
5o0 sks cotton-seed, 23 pkgs dry goods,
40 pkgs eggs, 702 brls flour, 880 bales
hav. 4 bd cattle, 37 hd horses and
mules, 115,000 ft lumber, ill pkgs
liquors, 505 brls meal, 3200 bu oats,
206 brls potatoes, 5 cars pork sides,
80 brls pork, 31 pkgs tobacco and
2010 bu wheat.
john Jj. jtoktoh
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
aj-Correpoiilnie solicited. Infor
mation cheerfully farnlatael.-
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing HouBe report is ai lol
Wednesday, March 17th, $283,701 72 ;
thus far - this week. $l,00(),.,07 40;
same time lost week, $001,526 19; same
time, 1885, $764,035 45; tame time
1884, 1713,063 27.
Wjdoef day, March 17tb, $130,29164 ;
thus far this week, i)2!)!),9:0 54; same
time last wek, 4221,750 S8; same
time, 1885, $'51,143 57; samo time,
1884, f 127,21)0 21.
New York sight on all pointi, dis
count buying, i premium selling ; New
England demand, 1 discount buying;
New England sight, discount; New
Orleans, 1 discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce... 148 hid, 150 asked
First National 138 bid, 142askad
German Bank. 192J bid, 200 asked
State National 137 bid, 141 asked
Union and Planterc.148 bid", f0 asked
Mercantile Iknk....i:52J bid, 135 asked
.. .70 bid, 75aHked
-100 bid, ... asked
....80 bid, 85a?ked
...98 bid, 100 asked
.102 bid, 104 asked
...20 bid, 21 J asked
...100 bid, ... asked
.... 30 bid, 35 a iked
Tenn.ceitf, D and E..83J bid, 87 asked
Tenn. wte. ter. C... 97 bid, 99 asked
Shelby Co. bonde..l04J bid, 100 aoked
Shelby Co. wts 98 bid, 99 Asked
Tax. Ditt 4, 6i 92J bid, 92J asked
Tax. Dist.6... 100 j bid, 101 1 asked
Mem.Stor. Com. Cq..105 bid, 110 aked
Mem. Gas ttack. ...... 72 asked
Mem. Gas bondf It '5 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 93 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works... ... bid, 50 asked
City Oil Work? bid, 45 aeked
Pioneer Cotton Mills V2 bid,
Am. Cot. Oil trusts 35 bid, 26 asked
Mem.City Ry.bonds.. 102 bid, 103 asked
New York, March 17. Money easy
.at 1 j3 per cent ' Prime mercantile
paper 4'6. Sterling exchange dull
but steady at 487 for -oixty days
and 489 for demand.
Bonds - Government bonds were dull
and steady. State bonds were active
And linn. Railroad bonds .continue
lul!; sales, $l,!Hi,000, of wlikli 1052,
4)00 was in Erie second consols. Prices
were generally lower, in sympathy
Stocks The stock market wm de
cidedly active and weak. 1 here was
a weak opening, first prices showing
generally a loss of i to I, after a
brief show of firmness ami very de
cided break which carried prices down
about 2 per cent, before nnddav. The
decline was then checked, and a firm'
tone with less activity prevailed lor
an hour, fallowed again by renewed
weakness, which continued to the
close. The break in the forenoon was
directly traceable to the coal
stocks, which were conspicuous
for the decline, especially Reading,
which sold from 27J down to 2i j,
while Lackawanna yielded from 127
to 1 and iH'laware and Hudson
from 102 to 101. Late in the after
noon Reading reached 24J and closed
j higher, with a net loss of 2. I-ark-awanna
closed witi a loss of 23, Dela
ware and Hudson 2J, Jersey Central
3. The weakness in these stocks was
due in part to the impression created
by the publication of the syndicate
reorganization plan of the Reading
Company, which was interpreted, as
indicating tnai me reorganisation
would not be successful without at
least a fight with Mr. Gowap, while
if srccesstul it would not tu favor
able to Reading stockholders. The
afternoon decline followvd reports
that a strike had taken yluce among
the employes of the Chicago, Burling
ton and tjnincc railroad, and tluit
further trouble throughout the West
was threatened. It was altoirether a
gala day for tin? hears, the whole list
closing at near the lowest figures, and
tram 1 to 1 lower than lust evening
for the stocks not already mentioned,
while Chicago, Burlington andQuincy
as down 1, at 134J, after selling as low
as 134). St. Paul and Duluth ost 4.
Southern Paoific was dealt in for the
first time Uwlay, opening at IK), and
closing at 33, with sides of 800 shares.
The total reported transactions amount
to 475,780 shares, of which the coal
stocks, St. Paul and Lake Shore,
contributed 300,003 shares. The St.
Paul directors to-day declared a divi
dend of 2 per cent., payable April
15th. The market closed weak.
The total sales of stock to-dav were
475,769 shares, including: Delaware
Lackawanna and Western, 7800;
Delaware and Hudson, 56 5; Erie,
27,980; Kansas and Texas, 300i); Ijtke
Shore, 50,855; Northwestern, 8275;
New Jersey Central, 124,450; New
York , Central, 6 30 ; Pacific Mail,
20,020; Reading, 71,400; St. Paul, 59,
120; St. Paul and Omaha, 4050; Union
Pacific, 13,950; Western Union, 30,
475; Northern Pacific preferred, 14,
455; Oregon and Transcontinental,
4058. Closing quotations :
U. 6. Ss. I00'f New 4s. Wi.
New Pacific tig of 1885, 12&!4
C. P. fir.f, 115. T.P. land grants, 3 H.
Erie seconds, 101!4. T. P. Kio 0. div., 53.
U'h 4 Wilkes., 1I2V4.H. P. fir. is, 117.
Louisiana con",, oti. II. P land grant, U6H
Missouri 6a, Kle'i. P. fund, lite1,.
St. Joeph, I'M. Virginia 6a, 44.
Ht.P.iS.C.nrntJ.iaiSVa. oon-f el.m. e., 5g.
Tenn. 6s, old, 6 . Va. eon. def., .
Tenn. us, new, 60.
Adams Express, 146. Nashvill A C, 4ii'-4.
Allegheny Cen , N. J. Central, rln.
Alton St T. H., 41. Nor. & W.. pfd, at.
A. k. T. II., pfd.W). Northern Pac, 2?H.
American Ex.. 103. Northern P.,ld, 57' J.
B. , t). K. N.. 65. N. Y. C. A St. L., 6'-,.
Canada Pac, M. N. Y. C. A 8t L , p., Ill's
Canada Nou.. iVA. C. A N. W., 1"T'4.
Central PaoiHo. 42. O.iN. W., pfd, 137.
Cbesrpeake A 0., 10V..N. Y. Central, Wl)4.
C. A 0., I at pfd, 17. Ohio Central, H.
C.iO.,M pfd. 12. Ohio A Miss.,
C. A A., HO. 0. A Miss., pfd, tft).
C. A A., pfd, 155. Ontario A West.. ,1H!.
C , B. A 5- Oregon Nav., 1(I2V,.
C.St. L. A N. 0., Oregon Trans., SI.
C, St. L. A P., 12. Oregon I mo., W-,.
CSt.L. A P.. p., SI. Pacilie Mail, 51!.
C, S.AC, 3.1. Panama, US.
C. AC, 51H. Peoria, D. A K., 20.
Del. A Hud., 100. PitUburr, 152.
Del., L. A W., 124. Pullman P. C.,131.
Dan.AKioU.,16. Reading, 2).
Erie, Hock Island. 127.
Krie.pl'd, 60!. St L. A 8. K., 20.
KaatTenn.,2. St. L. A S. P., p., 4.1.
East Tenn. pld, 6. St. L.AS. f. 1st p., 101.
Foit Wayne, 149. 0. M. A fit. P., ,
Hannibal ASt. Jo, C M. A St. P., . ,122
H. A St. Jo pfd, St. P. M. AM., U.
Harlem, 215. ft. P. A Omaha,
lloiston A T., 34. St. P. A 0., pfd, 102"'.
Illinois Cen., M'l. Texas Pacific, 12'.
Ind. B. A W.,3ii. Union Pacific 4s?j.
Kanana A T 28. V. 8. Express. 64.
Lake K. A W., 10. W., St. L. A P., 10.
Lake Shore, 85. W.,St. L. A P. p., la!.
I. ou. A Nash., 41. W. A F. Ex . 12).
Lou. AN. A., 34. W.U.Tel.. 64.
M. A C, 1st pld, Colorado Coal. 20.
M. A C, 2d pfd, Homestake, 17.
Mein. A Cbar., 34. Iron Silver, 2S5.
Micb. Central, 72. Ontario, 20.
Min A6t. L..18. Quicksilver, 7.
M. A ft. L.. Mfd,46.Quicks Iver pfd, 22.
Misa. Pac. lmi South. Pacific,
Mob le A 0.,l:t. butio, 18.
Morris A E., off.l, 139.
London, March 17. Consols, 100-3-10
for money and 100 5-10 for
the account. United States bonds, 4s
128J;do 4Js 1148. The amount of
bullion withdrawn from the Hunk of
England on balance to-dny is 20,
000. Bar silver, 4(1 l:$-ll!d per ounce.
Pauis, March 17. Three per cent.
renU's, 80f. 47Jc. for the account.
New Orleans, March 17. Hank
Baltimore, Md., March 17. Bank
clearances, f 2,088,1 80; balances, $202,
915. Ciiicaoo, III., March 17. The
associated bank clearings to-day were
Philadelphia, Pa., March 17. Bank
clearings, fl 2,436,459; balances,
New York, March 17. Clearing
house statement: Exchanges, If 107,
267,171 i.balanees, $5,305,014. ,
St. Louis, Mo., March 17. Bank
clearings, $2,053,970; balances, $324,
134. Exchange on New York weak at
75 cents discount.
Boston, Mass., March 17. Clearing
house statement: Exchanges, $11,993,
588; balances, $1,503,105. Exchange
on New York par to 512jc premium.
The local cotton mnrket opened
firm, and closed strong; middling,
8jjc. Sales, 6200 bales, ol which 5200
to exporters and 1000 to spinners.
Yesterday. Day before.
Ordinary 7 J
Good ordinary 75
Low middling 8j
(iood middling. . . . VI
Middling fair 9
Stains and tinges... h" -8 J
Mrmpius, March 17, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1,1 885 1,392
Itecc'vwl to day.. H21
Heceived previouly...C07,573 09,886
Slrpped to-day 3,585
Shipped previously.... 379,744
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and C. R.R
M.and T. R.K .
L. anrl N. It. H
M.tuulL. K. K. U.
C, O. and S. W. K. R
L , K. O. end T. R. R
K. ti , S. and M. R. R
M., S.md B. R. R
Wagons and other sources...
Thus far thi-( week
Thus f:ir Inst week
Since September lst
M. and C.R.R
M. andT. R. K
Louisville & NasJiville R. R.-
C, O. and S. W
L . N. O. nd T. K. Ji
New York spots opened firm, and
closed firm. Sales, L30 bales. Quo
tations were as follows r
Good ordinary... 7 J
lxw niKldling... KJ
GockI middling- 9 9-16
New York futures opened firm, and
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
cloned Ann, and 4 to 6 point higher.
Sales, $1,200 bale. The closing quo
tations were as follows :
March 918 j0
April 9.!3$ 9.14
Mav 9.24 9 25
Juiie 9 34o 9.35
July 9 42 9 43
August - 9 50(o) 0-51
September... 9 33( 9 35
tVtolHT 9 17 9.18
NovemlHT... 9.12 9.13
IVeemlier ... 9.15 9.17
9.02( 9 04
9 08 9 09
9.1 ! 9 20
9 2)t 9.;!0
9.37 9 38
9 45 9 46
9 28 9.2.l
9 14' 9 14
9 08 9.09
9.18 9 20
The New Orleans spot market opened
firm, ami closed firm ad ic higher.
Sales, 85tH) bales.
Ordinary 7 3-16
G.'od ordinary... 7 13-16
Ixiw middling.... 8 3-16
Middling 8 11 16
Good middling .. 9j
Titos It v.
7 1 l'6
The New , Orleans future market
opened steady, and closed md firm,
a-d 8 to 11 "points highe than Toes
diy. Sales, 3,100 bales. The closing
quotations were as follows:
Miin h 8 65 nom.
April 8 73ft 8 75
May 8.87 8 88
June 9 00 9.01
July 913 9 14
August 9 16 9.17
September.... 8.92(.i 8.93
October 8 83 :a, 8 84
November - 8 77 8 79
December ... 8 88ft 891
AII.Y IOIIT AND INTKRIOIl
8 63 8 65
9.06 9 07
8 82 8.84
8 74 8 76
8 70D 8 71
MA UK UTS.
N ( rleaiiB.
Receipts ut )ortjj, this day.18.sti. 8,225
lieceipts at ports, this day,1885. 2,739
R'ts IT. S
ports, 5 il
Ex. Gt. Br
Incroaso of receipts this year.. .208,280
The Liverpool Bpot market at noon
was reported linn, improved deniiiud.
Sales, 10,000 bales, of which American
8300 hales. Receipts, 0000 bales, of
which 2000 were American.
At 2 p.m.: The price of middling
had advanced 1-1 0d to 4 15-I0d for
middling uplands, and 5d for mid
The following are the closing quota
tions: Ordinary, 4Jd; good ordinary,
4Jd; low middling, 4 ll-16d; good
middling, 5Jd; middling uplands,
4 15-16d; middling Orleans, 5d.
The prices are given in jtewe and 64ia,
tliun: 4 63 meant 4 63-Oh'., and 5 01
menu 5 1-04-1
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady at l-64d advance, tiuotations
were as follows: March, ; March
April. 4 504 57d; April-Miiv, 4 56
4 57(1; May-June, 4 104 62d; June
July 615d; July-August, 5(i5 03d;
August -September, 5 04 a.,5 Otld ; Sep-teniller-October,
; September, .
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet; March, 4 58d value; March
April, 4 58d value; April-May, 4 OOd
sellers; May-June, 4 63(1 sellers; June
July, 5 Old' buyers; July-August, 5 (Kid
buyers; August-September, 5 OOd
value; September-October, 5 04d buy
ers; September, .
At 5 p.m. : Liverpool futures were
(iniet and steady and 3-84d higher
than Tuesday ; March, 4 58d Hollers;
March-April,4 58d sellers; April-May,
4 59d buyers; May-June, 4 62d sell
ers: June-July, 5d buyers; July-August,
5 03d sellers; August-September.
506(1 sellers ; September-October, 5 04(1
( J ENERALTR AI) E.
FITIKK It K ALU.
The following is the record of the
bids and oilers at the Cull Board of
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday :
No. 2, white, spot.40Jc asked ; March,
42 asked; April, 42c asked ; May, 43c
asked ; No. 2, snot, 37c bid, 39c asked ;
Mrch, 37c bid, 39c asked ; April, 37 Jc
bid, 39c asked; May, 30c hid, 40c
No. 2, white, March, 33ic bid, 35c
RRked; April, 33.1c bid; No. 2, spot,
33Je bid, 341c asked; March, 33 J c bid,
34c asked; April, 33Jc bid, 35c asked;
May, 34c hid, 35Jc asked.
March, $15 asked.
April, f2 10 asked; May, $2 10 bid,
$2 22Jc asked.
Corn White, 47iv, mixed, 48c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; m sacks, in lound lotp,
white, 42 j : mixed, 10 i.
Ha y Choice, from store, 85c ; prime,
75S0c; piairis, 50c; round lots from
ievee or depot, choice, $14 14 60;
prime, $1313 50; prairie,$88 50.
Oath Wnite, 40c; mixed, 38 Jc,
from store; round lots fiotn levee on
track white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
sacked, 35 ic
Bban From store, 85c per cwt ;
round lot) from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans Navy, $1 7P2; medium,
$1 601 75.
Rice Louisana, 45Jc; Carolina,
Oatmeal In halt-barrel J, $3ft3 25
Corn meal Standard, $2 C52 15;
pear 1,12 903 15 from store; 5c cneaper
from mill, levee or track.
Flocb Fiom store, double extra, ;
triple extra. ; family, $44 25;
choice, $4 25 4 40; fancy,' $4 755;
ext'a fancy, $5 255 75; patents $6
6 25; round lots from levee or track,
10c cheaper ; car lott choice, $4 25
4 40; family,.! 603 95; fdncy, $4 60
4 75; ex ti a fancy, $4 805 05; pat
ents, 5 455 70.
Hominy and Gbits Fiom store,
Chalked Wheat la half-barrels,
$3 .50 from store.
Ccackirs Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble rxtra, 4je; lemon cream crack
ets, extrt, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc ; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
NewGwlsans, La., March 17. Corn
dull, weak, and lower; white, 4e;
yellow, 43c. Hay firmer; nrime,
$15 50016 50; choice, $17 50f2;18 0.
Kaphas Ctt,Mo., March 17. Wheat
weak; No. I cash, 70s bid; April,
72Jo asked; Mty, 7575Jc. Corn
weak; cash, 27Jc asked; April, 27 Jc
bid ; May tnd Jane, 30c. Otts cash,
29 jo asked.
St, Loria, Mo., March 17. Flour
"tii'l'jsiw ' 725,'i3i
4,680 174 4,477,890
doll; XXX, 33 15; familv, $3 2.5
3 3.5: choice, $3 tW3 90: ftnev, $4 30
4 40: extra, fancy. $4 004 93; pat
ent, $5 1035 40. Wheat quiet and
lower; the market opened easy, later
rallied tlightly, btt weakened again
tnd closed Jc lower than yeaterdav ;
No.2 red, ntol91Jr; Mty, 93K 930,
closing tt 93Js bid; June, 93i94c,
rinsing tt 93 ic, nominal; July, 88
83 Jc, closing 88c bid. Corn very dull
and easy, closing j ' Jc lower than yes
terday ; No 2 mixed, cash,34l34c;
Mtich. SIJa bid; May, 35J35jc, c'os
int a' 35J : bid. Oats very dull ; No.2
mixed, cah, 29 Jc; March, 29c bid
May, 3IJ(a31Jc Rye firm, 60c.
Barley nominal. Hay dull and
weak; prairie, $5 7"ft7 75; timothy,
$10 7513 75. Flaxseed steady, $1 10.
Brio etealy, 62c C rnmeal asy,$l 90
1 95. Receipts Klour, 2000 brla;
whtat, 6000 bu; corn, 67,000 bu; oats,
10,000 bu; rye, 1000 bu; barley, 2iMX)
bu. Shipments Fionr, 7000 brls;
wheat, 1000 bu; corn, 5900 bu; oats,
7000 bu ; rye. none ; barley, lone.
Aflernoon JSotrd. Wheat Jic low
er. Crn a shade easier. Otis un
changed. Ciiicaoo, III, March 17. Nothing
in the way of a market CDiild have
well been less interesting or showed
less features in every way than to
day's semblaiee of a business session
on 'Change. There was tn extreme
rtnge up to noon of only la. The
grent bnik of cal8 were between 84 Jo
tnd MJs for May wheat. Receipts
were modeia'e. Toward the close the
wheat market begin receiving less
support, while sellers were more
plenty. May declined to 84c, and at
lo'cloik closed easy at substantia' ly
yis enlay's figures. There wat ru'her
more doing in corn. Prices, however,
remained very steady. Receipts were
proportionately a) out as heavy as yes
terday, being 440 bushels for one day.
The close was quiet and steady. Flour
in fair demand ; market firm. Wheat
sates ranged: March, 79801c,
c'oied at 79o; April, 79j(a80J;.
closed at 79jc; Mav. 84 84jc, closed
at 84 Jc ; June, 85286, closed at 86c ;
spring wheat No. 2, 82c; No.
3, 7172c; red wintsr market
inactive, no . ia'e. Cirn sales
tanged: March, 35J(336c, cloeed tt
36j; April, same; May, 38i3!i)c,
closed at 39jc; June, 38',39jc, closed
at 391c. Oats sales raaged : March,
28c, closed at 28c; Mav, 81J31ic
closed at 31 c; June, 31J31 closed
tt 31 c. Rye N.. 2, in ttore, 59c b!d.
Bwlwy No 3.4552c Flaxeeid dull;
No. 1, on track, $1 11. Receipts
Flour. 20,003 brie; wheat, 28,000 bu;
corn, 412,000 bu: ot', 122,000 bu ; rye,
2000 bu ; barley, 49 000 bu. Saiptnents
Flour, 7000 bils; wheat. 14.00J bu;
enrn, 79,000 bu ; oats, K7.000 bu; rye,
4000 bu; barley, 14 0(10 bu.
Afternoon Hoard. Wheat weaker;
79c, March; 79c, April; 8ltc, May;
8'ijo, Juue; 86jc, August. Corn weak
and lower; 35je, March; SSJit, Aoril ;
38Jc, May; 39c, June; 39 jc, July.
Oits easier; 28-, March; 31 ic, May;
3IJ, June. -
Bctteh Creamery, :i3(S37c; dairy,
22 26c; butU'rine, 14'a16e; country,
12J' 18c, according to condition.
Ciieksk Prime llats, 7i8c; New
York factory, 8c; full creiiiu 212Je;
Y. A., 12l"2Jc.
Mkss Poiik Old, $10 5010 75 per
barrel; new 11 50 per barrel; sugar
cured hums, packed, OJCStlfc ; break fust
bacon, 7jf;!te; clear rib baron, 66c.
IH'I.k Poiik Clear sides, 5 jc; clear
rib sides, 5jk5:c'; long clear, 5Ac;
hard -Tierces, liJffiOjc; half-barrels,
6Jfa,6Jc; kegs, Odjc; buckets, 6:
6;c; half-buckets, 7(i'7Jc; 50-lb tins,
6J63; 20-lb tins, 02djc; 10-lb tins,
Ui7c; 5-1 b tins.iijc; 3-lb tins, 6j0i7c;
choice kettle, tierces, tiije.
Fiimii Meats -Beef-Oood Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77Jc;
cows and heifers, 6Je; iiititton, 7c;
lambs, ; por 6c.
PltiH-KEET-Brls, $8(3,8 CO; hiilf-brls,
Ciscinnati, O. March 17. Pork
quiet at $10. Lird quitt at 5.85c. Bulk
meats dull; shoulders, 38c; short rib,
5 30c. Bacon in f i r demand ; ihoulders,
4c;short rib1, 6 053; short clear, 6Jc.
Butter easier, not lower. Cheese firm ;
nood to prime cured Ohio factory, 9
St. Louis, Mo , March 17. Provisions
dull and easy. Pork weak, $10 60.
Lard Uady, 5.8'()5 90c. Bulk raea'a
l;ow lots, long clear, Mc; short ribs
6.35c; short clsar, 8J;; boxed lotf,
long clear, 6c; short rih, 5jc; short
clia-, 6Jn. Baiondull acd easy; long
clear, 5 605;'t; short ribs, 5Jc; short
clear, 5.85(a 5.90c. Hams sttady,8J
11c. Butter steedy; creamery, 25
30c; dairy, 18ft 26c. ' E;as sUaly, 9Jc.
Chicago, III., March 17. Mesi poik
sales ranged: March, $9 659 72J,
closed kt $9 60; April $9 559 7:j,
iloeed at $9 60; May, 9 659 82J,
closed at $9 70; June, $9 75(i;9 87 j,
closed at $9 77 j. Lard sales ranged :
March. 5 956c, closed at 5.97Js;
Aoril, 5.95(i;6c, closed at 5.!"le; May,
697J6.02jc, closed at 6j; June,
6C2J6.05c, closed at 6.05c. Bnxed
meats dry s-ilted shoulders, 3 WK")
4c; short rib sides, 5.155 17jc;
short clear sides, 5.355. 40c. Butter on
the Produce Exchange rather steady;
creamery, kcoJ to extra, 2032c;
daiiy, 12('ij25c. Egjis fiesh, 12("',12)c.
Afternoon Board. Pork etiarty ; $9 60
March; J9 62J April; $9 70 May;
$9 77J June. Lard about onchanned;
5 97jc March; 5 97Jc April; 6n May;
6 95c June. Shoit ribs a shade easier
at J.171cMa'eh; 5.20c May; 522Jc
HOUSEHOLD HI PPLIfN,
Arri.Ks Ajiples, $2 75(3 from
store; 22 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried apples, 34c per
pound from store, lined jieaches, 3
4c from store.
Potatoes Potatoes, $1 9(V"l2 25 from
store; $1 652 per car-loadfrom levee
or depot. Sweet potatoes, $2 50ft2 75
per brl. Peas, $1 25 1 75 per bushel.
Vkoetahi.es Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 5t)(a2 60 from levee or depot.
Cabbage, i 50 3 50 per crale. Kraut,
barrels, $5 R0J6; half-barrels, $2 75.
(iarlic, 4060c er 100.
Fruit Oiaages, Louisiana, none;
Floride, none; Meesioa. $33 50 per
box. Lemons, $3(d.3 50 per box. Ba
nanai. $l(a2 100 per bunch. Cooa
nuts, $4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia,
6c; Tennessee, farmer's stock, 34c;
roasted, 2jc higher; shelled, 10c. Al
monds, 1820 :.
Pickles - In jars, pinti, 90c; quarts,
$1 50; hilf-eallonp, $2 50; gallons,
$3 75; lo3se, banels, $0; half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples, 15c;
Grenobles, 15c Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $7fe7 60 par bar
rel and $44 50 per half barrel; Vine
gar, ll16c per gt Ion.
Poulthv Turkeys, per donn, $7
14 ; geese, $3 504 50 ; dncks, $3 ; chick
ens, good demand. $23; dressed tur
keys, scarce, 1014c pr pound.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, lOHc for large; Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-barrtl-, No. 1,
$5; No. t, ) 25;' No. 3, $2 75; 101b
MARCH 18, 1SS0.
kit. No. 1, 80c; No. 2, 70c: 15-lb. No.
3,60c Dry herrings, family, 30c per
Oa" Venison, whole, 35e, sad
dles, 6 8c; bear, '.i 8s; wbd turkeys,
5075c;duk$l 602 50;fqairrela,
75c; quails, 75cn ; prairie chickenr,
$5; game fisb, t.iVSc.
Coffee Common. 88 Jc; ordina
ry, 99jc; prime Rio,w 11c; choice
to fancy, llj13)c; old government,
2:i25; Ceylon. 20c.
Soap 3J'(.?,5Jc per pound.
SuOAH-Eastern yellow, Cl6c;
pnrew. c. white, 6c; off while, tij
6c; yellow clarified, 6 j6Jc;open ket
tle, 65fc; refined A, 77c". granu
lated, 77c; powdered, "J; cut loaf,
8alt-$1 201 30 per barrel ; sacks,
fine, $1 60; oarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 27c; car-loada from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2327c; prime to choice, 35340c;
syrup, 20 10c; common to fair, 23
28c: crime to choice, 3033c ; centrif
ugal fancy, 3.V.
Tobaoi'o Common, 11-iccb, 27
30c: other gr'des and styles, 228c.
Snuff Uarrttt'a, $10 8 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Candies (ticks, all sites, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 78c.
Candles Full weight. 10llo.
Canned Goods, Etc Prices per dot
en: Pineapple. $1 351 65; peaches,
21b, standard, $1 3;(i'd 60; seconds,
$1 15 1 25; timatoes, 2-lb, standard.
$1 10; 3 lb, $13.5; atrawberrier, $1 40
1 60; raspberries, $1 15faU 25; black
berries, $11 15: irreensages, $1 HO
1 75; pears, $22 25; plums, $1 6tK
1 70; asparagus, $2604; ereen corn'
$11 35; green peas, $12 25; cove
oysters, full weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, fall weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, Ho,
65c; cove oy iters, light weiKht, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 76; Swiss, $6.
Baltimore, Mn, March 17. Coffee
quiet; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 8j
Havana, March 17 Sugar weak,
with a downward tendency, owing to
unfavorable newt from abroad. Can
trifiifttl, pnlarizing h, will possibly
not reach $2 75 gold.
New Yosk, March 17. Coffee op
tions a shade lower and fairly antive;
sales, 21.750 lairs; March, 7.10j;
Apiii, 7.05(47.10c; May, 7 05e; Jane,
7c; July, 7c; August, 7.05c; Ditcein
bur. 7.10c; seller year, 7c. Sugar
dull and nominal ; fair to good refining
is quoted at 4i5; itfined dull;
Cuba, 6 7-16. MuUssea easier; sales
at 18; for 60" test. Rice steady and in
New Oklkans, March 17. Coflee
firmer; Rio, 0j10c. Rice in fair de
mand at 315Ac. Sugar open-kettle,
choice, 55 l-10c; prime, 4Jc; fully
fair, 4c; centrifnvalH, gtannlaied, dje;
choice white, 6c; off white, 62c;
choice yellow clarified, 5Jc; prime
yellow clarified, bio; seconds, 45c.
Molasses open-kettle, good prime to
Btrhtly prime, 32c; prime, 20(.i),22c;
centrifugals, prime to strictly prime,
10 'a 20c.
BA(ioiN(i-Jute, 9Jllc; II ix, 9J
lOjc, accordiug to weigtit. Ties, $1 15
NAiLS-j2 45(,. 2 70.
t'OITON-HKKO Oil., K1'.
Kekd Delivered a, depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on t ank uf river (f. o. b.
boat), $6; wagon at mills, $8 Meal
Prime (f. o. b.,) $I515 25 per ton.
Less than car-load luts, $15 50 HI.
From store, 90c per sack. Cake
Nominal ; $16 per ton. Oil In car
load lots, prime, crude U. ti. oil,
23; prime summer yellow 26J27c;
ntr-aiirameryellow, 2526c; miners',
27(")3(lc ; choice cooking summer yel
Coal Oil Prime w hite, wholesale
lots, lie per gallon.
Cleveland, O., March 17. Petro
leum steady; s. w,, 110, 7Jc.
PiTTNM'ito, Pa., March 17. Petro
leum dull but steady; National Tran
sit certilieatcs onened at 78Jc and
closed at 77ie; highest price, 78 Jc;
WHISHT, WINBN, MO,l'OK, f.VV.
WnisKY Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 CD 0:6 ; rye, $1 766; domestic,
Ciiicaoo, March 17. Whisky steady
at CI 14.
Sr. Ioiiis, March 17. Whisky
steady nt $1 10.
Cincinnati, March 17. Whisky
steady at $1 10. Sales of 093 barrel's
liinnlicd goods on this basis.
1IOKHEN ANI Ml M N.
IIousEK-tinod driving, $I50225;
good saddle, 1 10 a 3(H); plugs, $3580;
good mures, $851 10.
Mri.KM-l-Mto 15, $HlV,ol35; 15 to
15, $125140; 15 to 16, $110 175.
tiooil demand ; supply fair.
1. 1 VIS NTOC'K.
C'atti.k Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 10,50 pounds, 34c; good, 3
4c; choice grass-fed, 2 J(o 3 jc; good, 3
3jc; fair to meditmi, 2J2jc; com
Hons Choice, 3j4c; good, 3J
3jcj cotninoti, 3("3Jc.
Siikki' Choice, 4f24c; medium, 3
3Jc; common, $ll 60.
Cincinnati, O., March 17. Hogs
stei'dy; common and light, $3 4f
4:0; packing and butchers, $44 35.
Receipts, 1HH8 head; shipments, 1(13
Ciiicaoo, III, March 17. The Dro
vtn' Journal reports : Catt le receipts,
6000 bead; shipments, 1800 head;
market slow and 6(C10c lower; ship
ping steers, 950 to 1500 pounds, $3 90
6 50; ttockers and feeders, $2 604 25 ;
cows, tm!. 4 and mixed, $1 604 20;
bulk, $2 903 20. Hog-receipts,
16,000 head; shipments, 5'i00 hesd;
marke1 steady; rough and mixtd,
$3 704 15; packintf and shipping,
$4 l(K.i,4 35; light, $3 004 20; skips.
$2 753 60. Sheep receipts, 3000
head; shipments 1100 head; market
steady; natives, $2 50) 50; Texane,
Kansas City, Mo., March 17. The
Livestock Indicator reports: Cattle
receipts, 1611 head; shipments, 1119
head; rbw and weak, and 1015c
lower for shipping grades; butchers'
stuff 510c lewer; feeders steady;
choice to fancy, $5 0'5 20; gcod to
choice, $4 60(35; ccmroon to medium,
$44 0; a'.ockers and feeders, $3:-(Xo)
4 20. Hog receipt , 423 bead ; ship
menta, IO.'iO bead; market slow and
10c lower ; good to choice, $3 954 05 ;
common to medium. $3 603 90;
skips and pigs, $23 50. Sheep re
ceipt?, 66) head; shipments, none;
market quiet; good to choice, $3 90
4 40; common to medium, $23 60.
Kew Tork Bry Uooda Market.
New Yobk, March 17. The demand
at jobbing bands has been maintained
but the busine.es with agents shows a
lessening as the result of labor ttiikes,
which are interfering with the move
ment of freight. . ,
RIVERS AXD STEAMBOATS.
Arkansas CUt.-Kati Aun, 6 p.m.
TlptoevUl.. Uaroso, 5 v.m.
Cincinnall Qt iDiMi Sraa, 10 a.m.
Vicksbarf. Bills Maaraia, 6 p.m.
8t. Louis ...Citt or Caiao, 6 p.m.
Friars Point. .Coimomi, 5 p.m.
Clnolnnatl ..Bt riii 8tti, S p.m.
Ososjola ....Ds Adams, 6 p.m
New Orleans Cium.ts I'.Chuitsau, p.m
White RWer PaSytr, & p.m.
Arkansas Rirar.E. W. Cm.i, 8 p.m.
MOVEMKSTN AT Til K I.E.
m'iiiii. Coahoma, Friar's Point;
Dean Adams, Osceola.
Departure. Coahoma, Friar 'a Point ;
Dean Adams, Osceola; Chickasaw,
lioatt Due Dmm. Gayoso, Buckeye
State and Belle Memphis.
lioatt Due I'p Kate Adams, Guid
ing Star, Cl-.aa. P. Chouteau and City
Coahoma 119 bales cotton, 11 bags
teed-cottm, 231 sks seed, 6 lid stock
and 62 pkgs sundries.
Dean Adami 30 bales cotton, 17
bags seed-cotlon, 36 sks seed, 162 sks
corn, 8 hd stock and 63 pkgs cundries.
The itiamer Tboa. Sherlcct will
leave for New Orleaus Friday at 12 in.
The E. W. Cole, Capt. Ed Nowlaud,
is the Saturday packet for all points on
Tin DeSmet, Capt. Miit R. Hany,
is the Saturday packet for all points ou
Whits and Black Rivers.
The Lee Line rackets to-morrow
evening are Coahoma f ir Friara Poitt
and Utan Adams lur Usceoia.
The City of Cairo, Capt. Shep. Light
ness the Anchor Line packet this
evening at 6 o'clock for Cairo and St.
Louis. J. C. Elton is ber clerk.
Tin Belle Memphis, Capt. Geaiire
Baker, is the Anchor Line packet this
evening at 6 o'clock for Vickaburg and
the bends. AI Simpson is her clerk.
The Uayoso, Capt. W. P. Hall, ia the
packet this evening at 5 o'clock for
Hales Point, Tiptonville and all way
landing. Jesi-e P. Walt in in herotlice.
The O. Line steamer Guiding Star,
Capt. J. D. Hegler, will pass up this
morning at 6 o'clock fur Cincinnati
and all intermediate points on the
Ohio river. Fniuk Stein is in her office.
Tub great iron steamer Chas. P.
Chouteau, Capt. Wm. 11. Thorwegan,
is the packet Saturday evening at live
o'clock fjr New Orleans and all way
landings. Gen. Miltenberger has
charge of her office.
Tub Kats Adam, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail packet
this evening at 5 o'clock for Helena,
Arkansas City and ail way landings.
W. C. Blanker has charge of her ollice,
assisted by Lew Prioe, Morris Gans
and J. O. Wycoff.
Thk Buckeye State, Capt. H. J. Vin
ton, ia the packet this evening at b
o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincin
nati and all way landings on the Ohio
river. George W. Hendrickson is in
her ollice, annulled by Charles Vinton.
The Buckeye State will give cheap
rates to all points noith and tast.
Wkatiikk clear aud plrn'iint.
The Chickasaw cleared hitt evening
lor White river.
TiiaLte Line rackets were in and
out yesterday with fair trips.
Tub Future City and barges pawed
down yeBteiday evening for New Or
leans. The John A. Wood, with a big tow
of cu', passed down yesterday morn
ing for New Orleans.
Rkceii-ts by river yefterday, 119
biles of cotton, 28 bags of seed-col ton
and 267 sacks of seed.
The river here stands 16 feet 2
tenths on the gauge, a fall of 0 tenths
during the last twenty-four hours.
The City of Baton Rouge patsed np
Tuesday night for St, . Louis. She dis
charged here 22) packages of freight.
HEATHER AND RIVKRM.
OPKH'K Skinal Skhvick, U. S. A.,
Memphis, March 17, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Rise I Fall
I Oil is lOtha
EvANsviLLE.March 17 Noon River
falling, with 10 feet on the gauge.
Pittsbcbo, March 17. Noon River
rising, with 4 feet 2 inches on the
gauge. Weather clear and mild.
Wiieblino, March 17. Noon Riv-r
0 feet 9 inches on the eange and ris
ing. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Cincinnati, March 17 Noon-River
rising, with 13 feet on the ffaune.
Weather clear; thermometer 60. Ar
rived: Jamea W. Gaff, Memphis.
Louisville, March 17 Noon River
stationary, with 6 feet 3 inches in the
canal and 4 feet 1 inch on the fulls.
Business gnod. Weather fair and mild.
Cairo, March 17. Noon River CO
feet 10 inches on the gauge and falling.
Wia'her fair and mild. Arrived: Gold
en Rule, New Orleans, II p.m.; Port
Fads and barges, New Orleans, a m. ;
Buckeye S at9, Cincinnati, 8 p.m. Da
parted: Golden Rule, Cincinnati, 2
a.m.; Port Fads and bargee, 8t. Louis,
10 a.m.; Buckeye State, Memphie, 11
M ovemessla of Oreata Nieamen.
Bremen, March 17. Arrived: Do
nau, New York.
GLAeoow.March 17. Arrived : Alex
ander, New York.
QtTt enstown, March 17. Arrived:
Alatka, New York.
1)KAr9JEftN-Its CAU8K3 and CI HK.l
co who in deaf twenty-eight year.
rstrd liemoitol the noted specialists)
te d y with at benefit. Cvaau MiansLF l
thrte months, an I sine then hundreds oi
others br aine process. A plain, simple and
successful home treatment. udrse T. 6.
PAJK.USfiait fcth bU.Xtm Tork City.
FOR NEW ORLEAN8.
8"thern Traai portation Co. 0. Lint Foe
Virksburf, NaU-hes and Ne Orleans Btr,
Mclntyra Imaster, m
Will leave KKIDAV, March lth, al 12 m.
For freight or pmae apply to C. B.Rl'S
SttLL. As't, 12 Madison st Telephone !7j
For Helena, Terrene, Arkansas Citr. Ureea
ville, New Orleans anil all way land
Chas. P. Chouteau,
Will leave SATURDAY, Man h Wh, p.m.
For freight or paasase apply at Ne 3 Madisoa
street, or to II C. LOW K, Agent.
Cull Tleyh"" No M
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LuUl.
Nl. Ital New Orlrntso Awliar
I. in U. ). MaiI CAIRO A tT. LOUIS.
City of Cairo.
Liahtner master, TS m urn
Will loT the KleratorTIIlTRSDAi. March
lsih, at 6 p.m. tor trel
C. L. H i.i Pans. Art.
lth, at 6 p.m. For treight or mis apply
si. asni avaOrlrnsa aarser
.leF-lI.M. tH-FOR VICKbBL KU.
OeiK Hakar mater.
Will ! the hilevator X It ti KML l . Ataron
lsth, a A p.m. For Ireight or parsare apply
0. I,. Hii.. !'. At't. ,n HTiiHXI. Him't.
K)K IAJUISVILLK A CINCINNATI
Southern TransiMirtatfon Cu.-O. l.ino For
Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati Sir.
J. U. lloglrr... master. weJaBi
Will leave lllli KSUA i , March Hih, lUa.m.
For freight or passage apply to 0. B. Rl)8
KKLL, Atent, 12 Madison st. Telephone 'ill.
Jsiks II. FaLiw, 1'asscnier Arent
Memphlg and Cliiclunatl Packet Co
roa i.oi isvn.i.t: a riwt iXNATi.
11. J. Vinton master.
Will leave FRIDAY, March lth, at 1 p.m.
V..- I U. .1. i.,i U 11114-
r or jieiaut vi ..w m...j . . .
hKLL, Agent. No I'i Madisou St. Telol hone
ho. .7. JOI1N CAItli, l'asenger Agent.
titeamer JAMKS W. UAF' lullowl, leav
For usoeola, Hales 1'olnt. Uarutuersvuia,
(iayoso and Tiptonville The new summer
W. p. Hall master I J. P. Fuller ......ol.rk.
will leave as above, and all way points,
KVfiHY MONDAY and Till! KSIMY at S
p m. For Ireight or passage apply onboard.
jiidiula,t'rlMrs twlsis ! ftruii.uta
ml IIwmhiIi l'ith( 4'niiin v.
for Uelena. Ulendale, Friars Point and all
Way Landings bteani or
A. 1, Clssett . masUr I Fiatt huou . rk
will leave as above on every MuNO'Y.
WBDSEbDAYand FKlDAY.at t o'clock.3
Fjr Randolph. Fnlton. Osceola ill Way
Lanuiui a Hteamer
J. H. Cooler, mastr....J. W. Bmlthen.clerk
Leaves every MONDAY, WWMm AY
and 1'HIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of tula
line reserve the right to pass all and;nig
the oavtain may dee n niisafa, ORoe, No. a
Mill.ow.t .TAMPH I.KK. .la., Hnn'j
Meuiphla and Vlcknbnrg Packet Com
pany I). S. Mall Line. '
For Helena, Conoordla, Terrene and Arkan
sas Uitr-The elegant passenger sUaner
M. K. Cheek. ..master I W. 0. Blanker ...olerk
EVERY MONUAY and THUKSPAY. at 8
p.m., reserving the right to pass all landing
the captain may deem unsafe. For general
Information apply at office, No, 4 Madisoa
street. K. WALWORTH. Agent.
,l(i N OArtR. Pass'r Arent. Telephone .'rl.
Hemphiii & White Hirer 1'kt.Co
V. 8. MAIL LINie.
K. 0. Postal-majter I C. il.Ii Oitxi.. ... oierl
- b -
'lnruln, lxvsilla Bluff, ! 4 re,
m vRCiet1, JnrsiaiiriSKirS mhI Swarff
LBAVty it K MP Hit) k'very WKl'.NlaiA Y,'
a(np.m. Through rales to all points.
Fre.ght consigned to " Memphis and Whit
niver Caoket Ci mpanr" li waiurwardtd.
prsmptly li. u LOWB. Agont,
N- M-llon st. Tclenho-a No. M.
Tlie Ht.I'ranclH River Tranaportatloa
Co.'s Tin HMa-W heel IT. 8. Mall S'--ef
Ree Wacready, rirz
0. K. Joplln ...master.
WILL LKATK MRHPUIS ETKBT
at S o'clock, (br Marlanna. tie Cut-Off, and
Intermediate landings on (it. Kranola river.
The oaptaln reserves the right to nrss all
landings he deems u nutfe, JAB. LKB, Jr..
fIitnf4titrirvm (tillAfa, Nfl. 4 MffHtn
Arkansas Hirer Pk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, S
K. B. Hmlth.... master, eaWNeurrMss
Leaves Moaiphlg Every TUKHUAV, al6 p.m
Str, E. W. COLE,
Kd Nowland . master.
Leaves Memphis Every SATURDAY, atlip.i
For freight or passnge apply to
II. C. LOW K. Aaent.
Onire, No M.l.ll.nn st. Telephone No. 1.
FOR WHITE ItlVEIt.
MILT II A Kill'
MemphiH,Whilv& Black KUer Packet
For Helena, DaValls HlulT, Dos Dos Arc,
gusta, Newport and llatosville. The net
aud elogant slilnwheel passenger stcnie. t
Milt Harrv , uii"Trv
Will leave EVEKY SATURDAY aloo'clcii
p.m. Through rales to all paints. Freig;
consigned to Milt Harry Line, Vo'nphia.wiV
he promptly lorwanlod. V. J. V DOYL
Jaaaa U. FaaaaLtM, Passenger Agent. Tel
ephone 2'7. .
ANH VIIIK AirtCMTIItN to th.
assortment ot samples fur Hirim and
Hummer wear, which I bave jut r.eived
from the Clothing-Order Department cf
JOHN WAN A. MAKER,
This house does the largest Mall-Order
Clothing Dullness in Ihe world. Fiooeer sn
working out the idea. It has won a great luo
cesa by scrupulous car in Oiling the order
of unseen oustomers.
The p esent season marks a new era in
this department of I heir busiotss. th wean
ing of which is even better service, execu
tive and mechanical. This, with the low
prices, large choice of materials, and ample
guarantee of octuplet satisfaction, should
give me a first ela'.itt on your orders.
f West Court 'rt.
R.G CRAIG "and CO.
FA RMIN G f TOOL S ana.
PI RSIHNT to a trust deed executed to
oi. as trusts., hy J. R. f JiPfia ana M.
A. Flippin. of da'e Au?5t 10, 1M and re
corded in the Kegitcr s oltice ot Mieloy
countv. lennessee, in boik .Ntf. li. Pag
MU 1 will, on
aai.ir.lny, April 10, ls.
during legal hours, sell, in front ol th
court houj door of sa d county, at l ublio
outcry, fur cash, the properi y tnerehy con
veyed, vis.: LolN'o. two til in the division
of ihe pr.'irly sold to r. Lavigne ia th
ca'e of the Tennese. Marine and Fire In
surance Company vs. Chas. I'oiter et al
Ch.ncery Oourt of Shelby (ounty, Tennes
see. sal i lot Ironting A3 feet 7 inches on wt
line of cho.by strtol by a depth westwarul:
of 1W feet, rt fcrence being her. mad. Ion
more particular description to decree vct
inn title in f. Lavigne, recorded ia saio
Redemption, Jowerand homest ai waived.
Till, believed good. lcnv