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FINANCE AM) COMERCE
XOXET 8 PER CENT., WEW TORE
EXCHANGE 14 PREMIUM.
Cotton Quiet Iltldllng, 8 8 4c
Sales Yei-terJaj, 00
Money continues in fair demand at
8 per cent Local securities quiet but
steady. The cotton market was quiet
yesterday, and only COO bales were
sold; middling, 8c. At New York
sjots cloned quiet and steady, and '-16c
lower; middling, S-16c. At New
Orleans spots opened easy, and closei
steady; middling, 8 ll-16c. At Liver
pool spots were reported dull and un
changed. The future market closed
l-f4d lower at Liverpool, but the do-
clinc was not responded to on this
sidp, and Hew York closed firm, at
to 10 points advance, and New Orleans
steady, and 6 to 8 points higher. He-
ceipts here yesterduy, 618 bales,
Stock, 118,'G3 bales. Total receipts
this season, 5'3,4f 0 bales, against 412,
054 bales this time last year, an in
crease of 101,406 bales. Receipts at
all United 6tates porta yesterday, 12,
983 bales, against 5395 bales same time
last year. There are. no changes to
note in the general market.
Two hum! cd and twenty-one brls
apples, 207 sks beans and peas, 2 pkgs
butter, 10 pkgs bacon, 502 pkgs boots
ana suoes, 600 bu corn, 15 pkgs cheese,
255 ska coffee, 23 sks cotton-seed, 50
brls cotton-seed oil, 311 pkgs dry
goods. 8 pkgs eggs, 2495 brls flour,
621 bales hay, 114 pkgs hate, 17 hd
hogs, 2 hd horses and mules, 60 pkgs
iru, i;w,uoo it lumber, 20 pkgs liquors
220 brls meal, 11 brls molasses, 605
kgg nails, 7 brls potatoes, 3 cars pork
sides, 68 brls sugar and 736 pkgs to-
JOHN I,. NORTON
9 Madlboa Si, JEemphls, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
ar-Corraipondraea solicited. Infor-
Mtlou etaerrfally faralebed.-wm
Money In good demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing House report is as. fol
Taeediy, March 23d, f212 778 84
thus far this week. H 584.77!) 06
same timo last week, $716,80968 ; same
time in 1885, 1560,075 40; same time in
JHB4, J0IH,!04 rjft.
, , BALABCXS.
Toe sdav ' March 23d. 134.324 SO
thus far tbis week, 165,915 11 ; same
. time hut wet-k, $169,634 96; same
time in 1885, $1 10,702 71 ; same time in
18M, 194,1183 t9.
New York sight on all point, ) dis-
count oa7iog, j premium selling; New
England demand, discount buying;
New England eight, ditcount; New
A.ln. 1 J: xi ... . . .
vrieauB, j uwouui ouying, par Belling,
Bank of Commerce... 148 bid, 150 asked
rinre nanorai 1 38 bid, 142 asked
German Bank.. 192J bid, 200 asked
maw national.. 137 bid, 140 asked
Union and Planterl48 bid. 150 asked
Mercantile Bank.... 132 bid, 135 asked
Home 70 bid, 75 asked
Bloff City 100 bid, ... asked
i Peoples 80 asked
i-unters,. ioi bid, 105 asked
' PboBnlx..u...... 98 hid, 100 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 104 asked
Vanderbilt ,...20 bid, 21J asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Arlington 30 bid, 35 a.'ked
"enn.ceitf, D and K.83J bid, 87 asked
Tenn. wt. fer. 0 97 bid, 99 asked
Huelby Co. bondfl04 bid, 106 asked
Hhelbv Co.wti 98 bid, 99 asked
Tax. Ditt 4, 6? 92 bid, 93 a?ked
Tax. Dist.Cs 100J bid. 101J asked
juem.oror. com. LolOo bid, 110 asked
Mem. Gas itock 70 asked
Mem. an bonds 1( 5 bid, ... asked
Mem. Wa'er bowls 9a bid, ... a?ked
Hanannr Oil Works bid, 50 asked
City Oil Works bid, 4o etked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 12 bid,
Am. Cot. Oil trusts 28 bid, disked
Mem.City Rx. bonds.. 1 02 bid, 103 aeked
New Yokk, March 23. Money on
.. call easy at 23 percent. Prime
; mercantile paper 466. Sterling ex
change dull and lower; actual rates,
46 j for 60 days; and 488 for demand.
. Bonds Government bonds were
. dull and steady. 8tate bonds were
: very dull. , Railroad bonds were more
active but weak, in sympathy with
: stocks. Sales, $2,475,000.
? i Stocks - In stocks the news of prac
. ; tical settlement of the long-existing
troubles between the leading coal
roads was somewhat vague, and, ex
cept among insiders, was treated as a
device to sell stocks. This theory was
openly advocated during a consider
able portion of the day. Hence, the
market, which opened strong for the
coal stocks, soon became decidedly
; weak, and, with only occasional : in
terruptions, continued weak and de
clining all day. The early weakness
in the general list waa due to unfavor
able reports regarding the strike in
Uie Southwest,, and this matter is
' daily assuming increased proportions
' , ' in the minds of operators. The news
..of the day was all of an advewe char-
' acter, and materially aided in thede
V dine that took place. The opening
v ... pnees generally were about the best
V ".of the day, and closing prices for the
V coal atockt were the lowest of the
day. and for the rest of the list gen
, . erallv within of bottom figures,
- but New York Central and Lake Shore
. . v aw 2 lower than last evening. Other
v' x wbicb are down from 2 to
21 heJ" cent ar Ko Jmi rvnt.i
tuuada Southern, Delaware and Hud
son. Lnckavianna, Northern Pacific
prcf.rreiL Omaha, Oregon Transconti
nenW and Keeling, while Missouri
IarificloM3prcent. The remainder
of the aUTe hrt is from 1 to 1J lower.
The only notable exception is South-
,- rn Paciik, which shows a gain of .
i Foreign s'vhangr-is again below the
,. rate at whitJj sliipnients can be made
ai a proni. Ahe ninrlc't r ruuvl nvmi.
Uiinrril!v heavv. Gentlemen
- .... .. .a uir mai COUipBnieS 1381
t night are aullorit for the statement
that, after a bckuod. lasting until 2
o'clock this morning, tnanimous con
fc'nt to the scheme proposed to con
trol the output for the current year
van obtained, and that the matter of
to the dif-
companie was nractieallv spl-
nea, aiinougn nnal action was de
ferred until Monday next. The Mis
souri Pax-ifio company asks the Stock
Exchange to list &!,000,000 additional
capital stock, issued on 6S7 miles of
The total sales of stocks to-day were
564 751 sharcs,lincluding:l Delaware,
Iickawanna and Western, 121,730;
Delaware and Hudson, 10,9(0; Erie,
27,115; Kansas and Texas, 8760; Lake
Khore, 9,ui0 ; Loui.svi lie and Nash vi lie,
9070; Northwestern, 18,595; New Jer
sey Central, 13.SS5; New York
Central, 36,522; Pacific Mail, 17,165;
Reading, X2,'(0; St. Paul, 67,135;
St. Paul and Oma-a, 4940; Union Pa
cific, 20,135; Western Union, 11.S80;
Northern Pacific i r ferred, 4 05; Ore
gon and Transcontinental, 549(1, Clos
U. 8. Ss. Wi. Vewti.VX-',.
New 4i, X124. Pacifio 6t of WW, VM',
C. P. flr.t. UJ. T.P. land rrnt.. S7S.
Krle Mcoods, T. P. Kio U. diT., '.
L'h 4 Wilkfn.,111. I . P. firfU, 117.
L.iuisian con 8T. I'. P Unil rant, KG'.i
Miemuri , 101. V. P. p. fund. 11.
bt. Jo-eph, 12il. Virjini 6a, 44.
M.P.AS.C.first,U. Va. ean.,ex-m. e.,.',7.
Tenn. 6, old, W. V. con. dtl'., i.
lean, (is, new, 66.
Admi Expre, 145. AwhrUle A C, 47,
Aiiejneny in ,
Alton AT. ll.,4'Vv
A. 4. T. U., pfd.ifi.
Ameriom Kx.. 105.
H., V. R. AN.. 65.
Caoad Fao., (Vi1,.
Canada Sou., 3
Central Pao (in. 41.
C. A 0., lat I'M, Ir.
C.AO.,2d i ld. IIS.
C. 4 A., 140.
C. A., old. 1S5.
rr. 4 W.
v, .. i A.
Northarn Pan . 2.1.
Northern P.,pid, 55.
. 1 . v. 4 St. I,., 5
N.Y.C.A st L..p.,13
C. A N. W., 1.6.
ts. w.. pid.irx
N. 1. Central, 1ikH.
Ohio Centrul, V,
Ohio A Mia..2.i
O. 4 Mi., pfd, 90.
Ontario 4 li nt . IS.
L. A N. 0., Ureiion Trans.. 'iVjC.
h.AP.,10.-. OrnKon Imp.. 25.
C.St.L. A P.. p., 26.
Paeilto Mail, 4H?,.
Peoria, I). AK..1H.
Pullman P. C.,129.
St h. A 8. P., WW.
8t. L. AS. K.,p.,ii.
CM. A St. P..h'i
C M.4 6t. P..p.,fa
St. P.M. A M.,il4S.
St P. A Omaha, 86.
St. P. AO., pfd.WHi.
Texas Pacifio, UH.
tnion Pacific icii,.
1.8. Express. 61.
W., St. li. A P.,
W. AF. Kx .llH.
W. U. Tel.,61H.
Colorado Coal. il'i.
V., B, IUi il
U. m. v.. My,.
Del. A llnd,, W.
Del., h. A M., li!.
lan. A Rio U.,16.
Krie, pfd, 5S"b
Fort Wayne, 4H.
Hannibal 4 St. Jo, -H.
A St. Jo pfd,
Hont-.u A 1.,.10.
Illinois Cen., 1W.
Ind. It. A W., a.
Kansas A T., 21.
Lake E. A W., 9.
Lake Shore, 81!$
I ou. A Nih.,:!"i.
Lou. A N. A.,!U!i.
M. A C, 1-t pld,
M. AC, 2d pfd, -Mem.
A Char., 34.
Mich. CanlraJ, 67.
Min A St. L..17V,.
M. A M. L., pfd, 44
Min. Pao.. 1U4.
Irou Silver; 2W.
Mob le A O..YL
Morris A K., ofld, 137;-,.
i)Ndon, March 23. Consols, 100
n-ttc ior money and 100g for the ac
count. United States bonds -4s, 1271
.11., 1111 TJ- 1 ... . - - ..
tjn, his. uar suver, 40 11-lCil per
ounce, lhe amount of bullion irono
into the Bank of Kiurlund on hnluni.i
to-uay is X8000.
Paris. March 23. Three ner rent
rentes, nut. ouc. tor ine account,
New York. March 23. Kxcl
lllQ TIO OH. - i ... . '
Ngw Orleans, La., March 23.
Clearings of the banks, $1,373,571.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Mareh 23. Ttnnk
cleanngs, 12,232,692; balances, $384,
Baltimork. Md.. Man-h 23. f!lnnr-
tngs, 11,968.336 96: ba ances. Ji3!.
Philadelphia. Pa .
Clean rgs, $10,142,427;
Chicago, III., March 23. The
associated bank clearinirs to-dav wore
The local cotton market opened
quiet, and closed onint: micfillino'.
8jc. Sales, including 200 Monday
evening, 600 bales, of which 500 to
exporters and 100 to spinners.
Good ordinary 71
ijw middling Si
Good middling.... 91
Middling fair 9
Stains and tinges... 7j(n8
Memphis, March 23, 1886,
Stock Sept. 1 , 1885 1,392
Kecefved to day 518
Received previously. ..512,942
Sh'pped to-lay 2,561
Shipped previously 393,828
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st...,
M. and C. R.R
M. nndT. R.K
and N. It. It
M.and L. li. It. K
Q, 0. and S. W. R.
M..S and 11. K K
Wagons and other sources...,
Thus far this week 7,512
Thus far last week 7,602
Since September 1st 396,3i9
M. and C. R. R i........l,458
Louisville & Nashville R. R 307
C.O.andS. W F6
N. J. and T. R. R 476
Steamers south.. 164
New York snots owned onlet. and
closed quiet and steady and 1-16 lower.
Sales, 298 bales. Quotations were as
Ordinary. 6 9-16
Good ordinary... 7 15-16
Jxw middling... 81
Middling 9 3-16
iood middlin2. 9S
Middling fair...10 5-16
uir 10 1516
New York futures opened
and closed from 6 t 10 points higher.
eaies, ,uu oaies. l be closing quota
tionswcre as follows:
9 21 9.22
9 31 9.31
9 46 9.47
March 9.12 9.1S
April 9.16(S 9.17
May 9.28 9 29
June 9.h'A 9.S9
July 9.4(5 9 49
August - 9 54(4 9.55
September... 9 3H 9.3U
October 9 21& 9 22
November... 9.16u 9.17
December ... 9 19 9.20
January 9.27 9.28
9.21 9 22
The New Orleans spot market opened
raw, and closed ttsady. Sales, 6000
Ordinary.. 7 '"
Gcod ordinary. 7 13-16
Low middling.... 8 3-16
Middling 8 11-16
Good middling 9
7 33 16
The New Orleans future market open
ed steady and closed steady, and 6 to
percentages to be allott...
ferent companies was pi
8 points higher than Monday. Sales,
27,' 00 hales. The closing quotations
were as follows:
March Nominal Nonvnl."
April 8 6SQ 8.70 8 63(a) 8.65
May 8.83;a 8 84 8.76fa)
June 8 9i 8 97 8.89 8.91)
July 9fa) 9.10 9 02.ik 9.03
August 9 13(5) 9 tt ok 9.07
September...; 6.Hi) 8.89 8 8 (5 8 84
Oetolior 8.79( 8.81 8.72(a) 8 73
November.... 8 74 8 75 8 670 8 68
December ... 8 70 8 77 8.70) 8 71
DAILY PORT AND INTKRIOH MARKETS.
Tone.l Kec. j Prices I Stock.
95 8 15-16
802 8 11-1 1
1292 8 15 16
licceiptsat ports, this day, 18S6. 12.9S3
Keccipts at iorts, this day,lSS.r. 5,:i95
R'ts II. S.
ports,4ds 36,229 12,78
hx. Gt. Br 26,059! 12,971
Stock 81,7,409 707.1W9
R'ts Sept. 1 4,741, 0821 4,498,677'
Increase of receipts this year... 242,405
The Liverpool spot market at noon
was reported dull and unchanged.
Sales, 8000 bales, of which American
6500 bales. Receipts, 64,(XX) bales, of
which 38,000 were American.
The following are the closing quota
tions: Ordinary, 4 Id; good ordinary,
48d; low middling, 5Jd; good mid
dling, 5J.d; middling uplands, 5d;
middling Orleans, 6 l-10d,
Manchester cloths -dull, in buyers'
favor. Yarns dull, but little doing.
TV pricet are giivn in jmtce and 64(ut,
this: 4 63 iww 4 63 Mid., and 5 01
mean 5 1-64
At noon: Liverpool futures were
quiet. Quotations were as follows:
March. ; March-April, ;
April-May, 4 57d; May-June, 4 59
4 6l'd; June-July, 4 63(tl4 62d ; July
August, 6 Old; August-September,
(?03.5 Old; Sepeniber-October, ;
At 2 p.m.: Uverjiool futures were
steady; March, 4 57d buyers; Mareh
April, 4 57d buyers; April-May, 4 58d
sellers ; May-June, 4 OOd buyers ; June
July, 4 62d buyers; July-August, 5 Old
buyers; August-September, 5 Old
buyers; September-October, 5 02d
value ; September, 5 05d buyers.
At 5 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
steady and l-64d lower than Monday;
March, 4 57d buyers; March-April,
4 57d buyers; April-May, 4 5Sd sellers;
May-June. 4 Old sellers; June-July,
t o.u seuers; JUiy-Augnst, o Ult
buyers; August-September, 5
buyers; September-October, 5
value; September, 5 05d buyers.
O E3STERAI, TRADE.
FlTl Ht UKAL8.
Tlie following is tho record of the
bids and offers at the Call Board ef
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
No. 2, white, spot, 39c bid, 40jc
asked ; March, 40Jc asked ; April, 39c
bid, 41c asked; May, 43c asked; No. 2,
spot, 37c bid ; May, 38c bid.
No. 2, spot, 32c bid; March, 32k
bid; April, 32c o. t. bid; May, 32c
bid, 85c asked.
Spot, $14 o. t. bid, $15 asked ; March,
$14 bid, $15 asked; April, $14 50
asked; May, $15 asked. . ;
March, $1 87 J asked; April, tl 80
bid, 1 90 naked; May, $1 90 bid
12 05 asked.
Corn White, 47c; mixed, 46c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in round lotf,
white, 42c: mixed, 40c.
Hay Choice, from store, 85c; prime,
75S0c; piftirie, 50c; round lota from
ievee or depot, choice, $1414 60;
prime, $1313 50; prairie,$88 50.
Oats White. 40c: mixad. 38e.
from store; round lots from levee on
track white, sacked, 37c ; mixed,
Bran From store, 85c per cwt ;
round lcti from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 601 75.
Rite Louisana, 453c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrel?, $333 25
frcra store. '
Corn mkal Standard, $2 f52 10;
nearl.1 2 90 3 15 from store ; 5c cheaper
from mill, Imvoo or truck.
Floub From stor, double extra, )
triple extra. : family. $lru 25:
choice, $4 254 40; fancy, $4 755;
et'a fancy, $5 255 75; patents $6
(a) 6 25 ; round lots from levee or tracks
10c cheaper: car lott choice. $4 25,3)
4 35; family, 3 95fi; fncy, $4 7i
4 80; extra fancy, 4 905; pateits,
5 605 65. j
Homint and Grits Fiom stare.
Cracked Whbat In balf-baKels.
$3 50 from store.
Crackers Soda, extra. 4c: soda.
treble extra, 4c; lemon cream -jcrack-
eis, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
Lodisvillb, Kv., March 2:i-Grsln
weaker and doll. Wheat N a. 2 Ion t-
berry, nominal ; No. 2 red, 90c. Corn
No. 2 mixed, 36 jc; white, 37 Ja Oate
new co. 2, mixed, 32jc,
Kansas CiTT,Mo..March 23 Wheat
unsettled ; Ho. , csh. 664a asked;
April. 66ic bid, 67iio asked: May.
701c; Jnne, 72 jc. . Corn stronger;
cash, io asked; April. 27 ic: May.
29c. .Oata no qnotations.
Cincinnati, O., March 23. Flour
doll, unchanged; Wheat dull; No. 2
red 8990jc. Receipt, 8500 ba ; ship
ments, 2500 bu. Cora in light demand;
No. 2 mixed, 3738c. Oati quiet; No.
mixed, ! 2c. Rye steady ; No. 3. 66
67c Barley qoitt and unchanged.
St. Louis, Mo- March 23. Ffnr
dull and uncharged. Wheat fairly
active, bat weak. . The market opened
j c lower and fell off jc more, later
advanced 2 If, but ' eased off again
and closed abont jc lower than yester
day ; No. 2 red, cash, 88c hid ; Hay,
88i&9c, closing at 89!c; June, 8tJ
90c, f losing at 90c. Corn firm, lat
very dull ; Ao i mixed, case. :i.if,&
84c; March, 33c bid; April. 34k
May. sowsbtc, closing at jij Did
Oats dull, bat firm ; No. 2 mixed, caih.1
29430c; March, offered at 30e; Mar,
iOic nominal. Rre easy, fi9o. Ba-
ley neglecUd. Flaxseed, $1 09 1 10.
Bran steady, 01c. Corn meal steady,
$1 851 90. Receipts Floor, 2000
brls; wheat, 3000 bu; corn, 26,000 ba;
oats, 9000 bu; rye, 1000 ba; barley,
1000 ba. Shipments Floor, 4000 brls;
APPEAL - AVEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1SS0.
wnat, iuuu Da; corn, NJ00 ba;
ba ;rye, lutiu ba ; hailey, 1( ( 0 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat weak and
c lower. Corn easy and ehude
lower. Data unchanged.
Chicago, III, March 23 Today's
mirtti', uifii an in all, were do
cidedly more encomaing to believers
in higher prices. Tha iod Citloni
around tro opening went mote tl an
usually dircoarsgtiii;. Fort iga cables
were very west: and scms lower, tee
visib'e supply f1amei,t showed a re
markably mall deresse, nceipti
here were large, turnois of (t'ikea
w.re current everywhere, and, aliove
a l, trie weatber was nnusnally fioe.
In spite of ail tliif, the biek was
light and cn'y lusted a few minutae.
Mv whest opened at 801c, told down
to 8 V, and theu steadily back to the
closing point of ytsterdsy. Tie
caue of the str ngtli was the unupui.1
vigor with which shorts tried K) keep
even with the mmktt. The shnna
werebueily buying tl: day, and oidvs
ci me in qui e brifkly from outside as
aeon ai tne market bt pai to show
signs cf recovery. Towaid noon the
market became qnite steady. Wheat
was probably made duller by the di
version that was msde by the bad
hrfaVs in stocks a'. New York.
Quicker tarns and bigger pn lits wure
oll'died the bearishly inclined oa Wli
street than in the wheat pit. That
gave the smailer fry the imrket to
themselves. In the corn p t there
was unmuil strength nft-r th"
Cit decline, and prices closed at 1
o'clock considerably aove the prions
'.I the lest few diy. Flour very quieit
eud weak. Wheat fates rat'eet:
March,' 75J70Js, cIofcJ at 76jc;
April, 75J76jc, c'ted at76Jc; Mhv.
8t)(i81e, closed at8ijc; June, 8lJ
82J?, cosed at 82Jc bid; No 3 sprit g,
69o. Corn sas mnged : March, 35
(31c, closed at 35 J,;; April, 353.'8,!,
closed at 358c; May, :-8jwsy.',cljie l at
38Io bid; Jnne, 3SJ3!1J(5, closed at
S939r. Ours tales ranged: March
and April, nominal at 24c; May, 30J
31c, closed at 31c; Jane, 30 Slit-,
closed at 3l'UJj. Ry, nominal.
Barley s'eaiy; No. 2.60c. Flcxseed
lower; No. 1, $1 10. Recijita Flour,
11,000 brls; whiat, 29,000 ba; com,
216,000 bu; cat, 78,000 ba; rye, 2( 0J
bn; barley, 36.0(0 bu. Shipmniits
Floor, 10,000 bt Is; wheat, 14,000 bu;
corn, 30,000 ba ; out', 68,000 bu ; rye,
1000 bu; barley, 19,00:1 bu.
Afltnxom Boird Wheat weak and
lower? March, 78lc; May, 8'ijc; June,
82c;; Cm lower; May, !8je; June,
39. Oats firm. .
BrTTKjt-Creamery, 33 37c; dairy,
22a26cj butterinc, 14'a16c: country,
12i'18c, according to condition.
Ciikkhh Prime Huts. 7ta8c: New
York factory, 8c; full cream, 1212Jc;
X. A., IZfrtJl-JC.
Muss Pork Old, tlO ,r0 nor barrel :
new 111 50. per lmrrel; sugar-cured
hams, packed, lifa9jc; breakfiiHt ba
con, 7J9c; I'learrihlMU'on, 68c.
Bulk 1'oiik Clear sides. 6c: clear
rib sides, 5je; long clear, 5Jc; shoul
I Jtrd -Tierces. 6J(S61c : half-barrels.
6,6Jc: kegs, 68(tijc; buckets, 6J
6jc; half-biickets, 7(7Jc; 60-lb tins,
6J6Jc; 20-lb tins, 6J04c: 10-11) tins,
6,7c; 5-lb tins,6c; :t-lb tins, 6J7c ;
choice kettle, tiercs, 6Jc.
Fhrhii Mkat8 -Beef-Good Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77jc;
cows and heifers, OJc; mutton, 7c;
lambs, ; pork 6c.
Pios-FKKT-Brls, $S8 60; half-brls,
Nxw Orleans. La . March 23. Pro
visions firmer but not quotably high
er, the firmness being caused by the
railioad in Kansas City blocking the
suiiply. . .
Cincinnati, O.. March 23. P. rk
qoiet at $10. Lard firm at 5.906o.
Bulk meats qalet ; shoulders. 3tc : sbmt
riD,o,r. uacon Heady ; shoulders, 4ic;
nuort nuj, owe enorc ciear. o.ioc.
Batter strong; Northwestern extra
creamery,. 3334c; good to prime
creamery, 2028c Kggs strong and
higher st 1010)c Ctieese firm and
higher; prime to choice cared Ohio
St. Louis. Mo.. March 23. Provisions
dull snd generally firmer. Pork nom
inal, $10 25. Lard doll, 5 90c. Bulk
m.ot. S.mAwl Lnoa Tt 1 1
w muiu , iuw iuu3, lung uioar,
5 20c; short ribs, 6.35c; short clear, 6 c.
Boxed lota steady; long clear, 5.20c;
short ribs, 5 30c; short clear, 6Jo. Ba
con firmer; long clear, 6 6i5.70c;
abort ribs, 6J5.80e; short clear, 6j
5.90c. Hams, 8)llo. Butter quiet
and steady; creamery, 2535c; dairy,
iBtaj-'tjc. . .tigs urm, ic. ,
Chicago, III., March 23. In provi
sions the market opened steady antl a
fraction hi(ihsr for pork, and sold
tttmdi'y up aU day, though trading at
no time waj verv tieavy. rork sales
July, JO ora)10. Jurd sules rnnired
April, 6.02jc; JCay, 6 02J6(i5c;
Jnne, 6.07Jiclosed at 6.1061c.
Boxed meata-riry salted shoulders,
3.90! 95o slioit rib aides, 5.32 j
6.85c; short' clear sides, 5.665.60e.
Batter an l.egsre steady.
Afhrnoo Board. Pork and lard
Coffii Common, 8 81c; ordina
ry, tl9Jc; prime Rio, lie; choice
to fancy, 1 1 j 13 Jc ; old government,
iMfiyio ; ueyion, -mc
, Soap 354c per ponnd,
Sugar Eastern vellow. OlraoSc:
pnre w. c. white, 6Jo; off white, 6j
oc; yeiiowcianua,uj(itj6jf;;ODen let
tle.fi5!n; refined A. 7fe71ci rann
luted, 77Jc; powdered, 71; cut loaf,
Salt-$1 201 30 per barrel; sacks,
fine, $1 50; ccarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 2J7c; car-loads from levee
or depot, be cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2327c; prime to choice, 3.5340c;
syrup, 20l0c; common to fair, 23
zc : crime to choice, 3033c ; centrif
ugal fancy, 35c.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27
30c: other grades and styles, 2.'; 28c.
Snuff-Garrett's, $10 8i per' cas;
Ralph's, $10 25 per esse ; R. R., $9 50.
Candiks hticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels. 78c.
Candlss Fall weight, 10JUc.
Cannsd Goods, Etc Prices per dos
enr Pineapples, $1 351 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 35 1 f;0; seconds,
$1 1.5 125; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
tl 10; 3 lb, $1 35; irtrawherrine, $1 40
1 60; raspberries, $1 lftfil 25; black
berries, $11 16: greengBges, $1 60
1 75; pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60(
1 70; asparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $I2 25; cove
oysters, foil weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysteis, light weight, 1-lu,
66c; cove oytters, light weight, 2-l, j
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90; !
Eagle. $7 75; 8 wins, $6.
Nxw York, March 23. Coff.e
steady; a!es, 12.350 tas; March,
7.10c; April, 7.C5e; May, 7c; June,
July, and August, 6 U5c; September
laud October. 7c; December. 7.05c.
Vigar dull; mould A, etc; powdered,
i0 7-16s. Molasses dull.
V HOI.SKKOLD KTFPMin,
PPI,bs Apples, $2 75,3 from1
8tov; IX$2 25 per car-loa l fruta levee
ranged: April. $9 HL'WS 85; May, J 80
( 92, closed at 5UWW9 92J : June,
19 8.'j!;9 97c. closed- at $9 9M19 97 :
apples, M,Mc per
I'ntM peaches, 3
I otatoks Potatoes, tl 90ff.2 25 from
store; 1 t52 er car-loadfrom levie
or depot. Swtvt M)tutos. 2 AO i4 75
jx-r brl. Pcas,$l 2,,i i 75 per l.iwhcl.
YKiirrABi.iM Onions, $2 75 from
store ; $2 50 2 60 from levee or depot.
Cabbage, S : 50 3 .r0 p,.r orate. Kraut,
luirreU, 5 f0 6; hall-barrels, $2 75.
Garlic, 4();a 6V mt 100.
Fruit-0 Stig-s, Louisiana, rone;
Fiondf, none; MsKira 3'l 60 per
box. Lmon. tMa 3 50 per box. Ea
nsnai $l .i2 100 pee bnuch. Coa
note, $4 pr 100. Pesnuts-Virginia,
6c; Tennessee, farmer's ttock. 34';;
roasted, : higher; shelled, 10c. Al
Fioklw - iu jtre, pint, POc; qnnrts,
Jl 50; hsll-rtlltns, $2 60; ga'lons,
$3 75; loe, bar-els, $6; hslf-barreis,
13 50; niixei barrels, $10 60; mixed,
RAiiNS-Iyiidrn layers, $3 40; lay.
era. 2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Wai.nuti French. 12e;Nanls. l.in-
Grenoble, 15 Filb rle, 2c.
OlDIH -Missouri. :t,i f,7 t.Q ner bar.
rel and $44 60 pnr half barrel; Viun-
gtr, ln.i.lbj p-r g 1 in.
roOLTKY-Turkevs. per doi w. S7(,h
it ; geese, .) otii.e on ; I'neks. I j : cbiea-
ens, good demand, f 23; dreesed tur
aevs, seaice, liidDMc n-r pound.
I KCAN8-leX.IS, H .lHOC f.ir Small to
mfdiuui, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
riBH Mockerel. ha f-bnrrtla. Nn. 1
$v, No. ?, 13 25; No. 3, $2 5; 10 lb
kl'. No. 1. 80o: No. 2. 70c: 15-lh. No
3,60a. Dry herrings, family, 30o per
Game Venison, whole. 3;75r. sad
dies. 08e; bear, 6(8(1; wi d turkeys,
mug too; oucas, i ouyja bojiqulrrela,
75c; quails, 76'l ; prairie chickens.
to; game nan, 6'i)c.
UrTOB.EKU OIL, KTC
Sikd Delivered at denot and wharf.
is per mn;on bans ci river (I. o. p.
noaij, ju; wsgon st mills, $8 AIial
Prime (f O. b..l f 15 nir Inn. T .em Hum
car load lots, $16. From store, 90c per
show, wakb nominal; no per ton,
Oil In car liad lota, prime, crude C,
on, ,m,z3i nrlme summer ve
low, 26l'7c ; off-summer yellow, 25 J
26jc; miners', o; choice cooking
summer yellow, 2830u.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesitle
lots, lie per gallon.
Clrviland. O.. March 23. Petrc,
leum steady; s. w , 110, 7 J.
PiTTsnrRti. Pa.. March 23 l'etro
leum dull and heavy; Ns'ional Transit
certnicaies opened at 77c and closed
ft HBc; highest price, (73; lowe.t,
HOBtKN AN It Ml l.CN.
IIoR8KS-Good drivimr. fl50f5l225:
good saddle, ! 40 S :UKl; plugs, $3580;
gooti mares, tmi(iMU.
Mdi.rh-144 to I5. Jll0fai3.5: l5to
15, $125140; 15J to 16, $140175.
Good demand ; supply fuir.
HIDE AND fELrUY.
Hinss -Dry flint, 14170: dry salt.
1012c; green salt, 7CM8ci sreen. 5tA
6c; deer skins, 1618n; hunter-handled
coon (kins, each, 2060c ; country
coon skins, KXJlOc; mink, 10330c;
muskrnt, 6 10c; otter, $15: bear.
$15; beaver, 50c$4 j wildcat, 20
40c; fox, 2576c: eknnk. 2575o.
Beeswax, 1 8(a21 c; tillow, 45j.
St. Ixiuis, Mo., March J3. Wool
quiet and easy, but prices unchanged.
Tub-washed, 2735c; nn washed, 14
24c ; Texas wool, 102:te.
Boston, Mass., March 23. Wool
quiet and weaker. Ohio and Penn
sylvania fleeces, 3135c ; Michigan X
neeees, a itaj.'c combing and Ue nine,
WIIINKT, WIHM, LKtCOsM, ETC.
WhiskV Straight Kentncky Boar
hon, $1 60 6; rye,$l 756; domestic,
90e$l 60. ' '
Chicaoo, March 23. Whisky sU-ady
tl 14. '
St, Ixwis, March 23. Whisky
firm at $1 10. ,
Cincinnati March 23. Whisky
quiet at $1 10. Sales of 665 bamils
finished goods on this basis.
Cattlk Clioice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 44Jc: good, 3J
4c : choice grass-fed, 3 J(o3 jc ; good, 3
3Jc; fair to medium, 2J2c; cmu
lloos Choice. ,34c; good, 3J
3Jc; comiiion, 33.)c.
SiiitKH-Choice, 44 Jc; niediuin, 3
31c; common, $11 60.
Cincinnati. O. March 23. Hon
active and Aim; common and light,
$3 454 45; packing and butchers,
n ju(i nt. KPceints, 787 head ; ehlp
ments, 505 head.
St. Lujis, Mo., March 23. Cattle
Receipts, 4C0 head ; shipment). Done;
market quiet and eteady; good to
choice shipping, 14 805 40; common
to medium, $14 70; Untcher's steers,
$3 504 40; cows and heifers, $2 50
3 76; stock! snd feeders. t:0M 10
llogj Receipts, 2300 head; ship
ments, 1400 head; market active and
100 higher: batchers and best hey,
$1 ?54 45; mixed packing, $3 85
A o. llt.. iCA on UL T.r
ceipts, 1200 heal; shipments, 1200
head; marknt fairly active. Sales
ranged from $3 25 to $5 60.
Chicago, III., March 2.1 The Dro
wn' Journal reports : Cattle receipts,
4200 head ; shipments, 1800 bead ; mar
ket stronger; shipping steers, 050 to
1500 pounds, $5 356 30; ttockers and
feeders, $2 7 5 4 30; cows, balls and
mixed, $1 754 ; balk, $2 603 10.
Hogs receipt". 8000 head : ahinmenbi.
4000 head; market strong and 6 10c
higher; rough and mixed, $44 40;
packing and shipping, $4 404 60;
light, $3 904 46; skips, $2 603 25.
Sheep receipts. 1800 head; ship
ments, 600 head; market ftteady;
natives, $2 755 30; Texans, $3 504.
Kansas Citv, Mo.; March 23. Ihi
Live Stnck Indicator reports: The
switchmen's strikestill omlinaes. Bnt
one train of live stock was receWed
hera to-dar, snd that ever the Atcni.
son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railioaj.
There Is pia?tically no market for ca
tie owing to the fact that shipments
east canuot be made and that the sup-
iji on nana is in excess oi the de
mand from lo-al buyers, ai their wants
bad bjen anticipated. Cattle, receipts,
u head: shipments none: no markrt.
Hogs receipt', 956 head; shipment,
none; market firmer and 5s higher.
The few sales made were at $3 75
4 10. Sheep receipt!. 200 head:
shipments, none; no tialirg.
Hew York Brj Oo4 Market.
Naw Yokk. March 23. Ths exnortu
of domestic cottors the past wesk
were 6963 packages. valaed a'. $393,372,
makinz the total lor the expired por
tion of the year 65,631 packages com
pared witn x,i73 paexsges the same
time last year and 45,891'nackages in
18K4. As usual to Tuesday the de
mand was very light, the quiet of the
day being increased by the conserva
tive takings of all markets in conse
q'ince of labor strikes disturbing the
tran-p Hta'ioD of freight.
or depot. Pried
pound from store.
4c from store.
RIVERS MD STEAMBOATS
NTTAMFH I Katinu
frlan Point. ..Cc)ioa, & p.m.
Cincinnati Jimhh W. Utir, S i.u.
('Hfoola... -.. Pi Aptvs, J p.m.
Whit Hirer. ..Cs:rrS4. 5 p.ni.
Tiiitonrille (Iavoso, 5 p.xc.
Virkiburc ..Citv or Caikh, fi p.m.
Arkanias City. ...Kits Adavs, 5 p.m.
L'ineianati Ohio, 5 p.m.
jioykmim at nn. i.i:t
-4itiivis. Chirkasaw, While river;
City of rrovi.lciue, St. Iamiis; Citv .f
Hilton Rouge, Si. Iahi'is; James 'W.
Gall", Cincinnati; Annie I'. Silver,
New Orleans; l. It. Powell, Ouachita
Jrynirfrwi.-City of Provideiuv,
Viekshnrg; City ol P.aton Koug), New
Orleans; licne Macn-adv. St. rinni is
river; Joe Pcleis, Arsausas liver;
('has. Morgan, Cincinnati ; Annie P.
Silver, St. Louis; O. li. Powell, St.
mkih hi 7iif. .lames V. (iatl and
A'ikiIs yi.c !(.--1 1,-iiti Adams an i
Paris C. Prow n.
7(it Iu ( '; - t'oahoina.
Cilvof llaton Uoiige- 2H) brls tl.mr.
Chicka'iiw -M KileMnttmi ami !'7
1'ity of Pro idnnce -JtVl tons miscel
Annie P. Silver, 100 empty Ithds, 2"
brls molasses, 15 casks wine and 67
JameH W. Gall 375 brls Hour, 26
brls apples, 16 hrls whisky,:!! toil litis,
S-) bills iron
'.'-'I nkirs ftirniliiiiv r0
not nails ami lirooms, 10 nests tubs,
25 pkgx household iromli, 7 buggiea
(crated), 10 dor. wheellnurows, 20 bas
clover-seed, 375 kegs nails, II hd
horses ami mules, I log wagon, 3'n)
molasses kegs mid 1388 pkgs merclian
tlisv. (I'TI'KK movi.wi' MSI
TiinOliio, Capf. M. M. Heeiti, is tlie
Friday packet tor Cincinnati.
TiikO. Line steamer Paris C, Hiowu,
(apt J. S. PutteiNou, is due down for
Tmk Chickasaw. Capl. I'A ('. Postal,
is the packet this evening at ft o'clock
for White river. ('. M. Postal mid A.
Bunksmilh are her clerks.
Tmk Dean Adams, Ciiit. Henry
Cooper, is the packet this evening at
5 o'clock for Osceola and the tipper
bends. William Smither is in tier
'' m. fir.M
Tiik City of Cairo, Capl. Shep I.ight
ner, is the Anchor Line packet to
morrow evening at 6 o'clock (or Vieks
burg and the bends. .1. C. Klton is
Tiik (iayoso, dipt. W. P. Hall, is
the packet to-morrow evening at 5
o'clock for Utiles Poii.t, Tiplonville
and all way landings. Jesse P. Wall
is in herolhce.
Tiik Coahoma, Capl. Thomas Clag
gett, is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and
all way landings. Will Ashlonl has
charge of her olHco.
Tmk Kate Adams, Capl. Mark R.
Chock, goes out this trip Friday even
ing for Helenn, Arkansas Citv and all
way landings. W. O. Blanker hits
charge of her ofllec.
This James W. Call-, Ciipt. John S.
Jones, is the packet this evening at 4
o'clock for (Jiiiro. Uuiisville. Cincin
nati nnd all way landings on the Ohio
river. H. C. Ilnieo and lw llriggs
are her clerks. The Uall' will give
cheap rates to all points North and
Wkatiikh clear and pleasant.
Rht'ieirTs by river y(sterday .81
Tiik Rene Maeready departed last
evening fur St. Francis' river.
Tiik Joe Peters cleared lust evening
for Arkansas river with a good trip.
Tiik river here stands 14 feet 4
tenths on the gauge, a fall of 2 teutlis
in the last twenty-four hours.
The I). It. Powo'l, from Ouachita
river, passed up yesterday evening for
St, l,oiiis without landing.
Tiik Annie P. Silver, from New Or
leans, passed up lost evening for St.
l,oiiiH. She diHchaiveil here 207 pack
Mil. Ai.iikht Siiinki.k. lute clerk ni
(he steamer ( lolden Rule, died at ( in--
ington, Ky., Sunday last, aged twen-
Tim City of Providence, from Si,
Iiiiiiis, paused down yesterday evening
lor icKslnirg. She iliNcliiirged here
200 tons of freight, and milled here 30
Tiik Chickasaw , ('apt. Kd. C. Postal,
arrived Mummy night from White
river with 81 Imlcs of cotton and 97
packages of sundries, and returns this
Tiik City of Raton Rouge, from St.
1OiiiH, passed down lst evening with
1400 tmiHof freight. She added helow
Cairo 700 sucksof corn, and discharged
here 200 barrels of flour.
, Tiik James W. OalT arrived yester
tiny afternoon from Cincinnati with
3.HJ0 packages of freight for this place.
She returns this evening nt 4 o'clock
for nil points on the Ohio river.
Tiik Charles Morgan got out Inst
evening for Cincinnati utter laying
here twenty-four hours. She milled
here 20 cabin passengers, 002 bales of
cotton and a good lot of sundries.
WEATHEK AMD RIVER.
Omen Sionai, Hsrvicr, U. S. A.,
AlKMi'iiiH, March 2J, 1 p.m.
Tlie following observations arc Liken
nt nil Htiitions nnmcil nt 7.V incridinn
time, which is ono hour fiiHtcr than
STATIONS. , 1
. Kine Fall
FccL lOttiH lOtlw Hit ha
Cairo..... 21 5 7
Chattanooga ... 14 5 21
Cincinnati 22 3 59
Dawn port 8 ) 1 M
Dtiliininc 7 4
Fort Smith 6 5 (j
Keokuk 12 1 7
Helena 21 5 3
I.a CroiMu tt 4
1cavcn worth M
Little IKik 7 3 4
I-ouinvilki 7 It
Mrlllplli H 4 3
Naihvilli) 12 2 40
New Orleans... 1 1 3 6
Omiiliii 8 7 3
Pittnliuig. 12 3
Ht. Uiuii 20 1 l! -
St. PuuL -
Hlircveport 1') 5 3
VickKlimg 27 2 1
PiTTftHrHU, March 23. Noon River
14 font by gauge anil falling. Weather
cloudy and co A.
Ev.issviijji,Marc.h 23-rNcoi River
rising. Departed : Jnckeye Htat9,Uia-
I Cincinnati, March 23 Noon River
rising, with 20 feet on the tange.
I Weather clear; thermometer 38.
! Louisville, March 23 Noon Rivet
i rising, with 7 feet in the canal and I
I feet 4 inches on the falls. Business
g'od. Weather mild. Departed:
I Granite State, Cincinnati,
j Cairo, March 23. Noon River 21
j feet 2 inches on the gauge and rising,
i Wiather clear and cool. Arrived:
! City of Viekshnrg, Vit ksbnr, mid-
ninht; Jay Gould and barges, New Or
I leans, 10 a.m. Departed: R. 8. Hayes
; and harws, New Or'esus, 10 p.m.;
I Oily of Vieksburg, St. I, in is,? a.m.;
Jay Gould and bargee, St. I.ouis, a.m.
j Movrnarai or Oeeaa Hlsaaitn.
, Nitw York, March 23. Arrived : PoU
i ynia, Hamburg.
ll tMiii'Bo, March 23. Arrived: Bo
I hernia, New York.
i 0,1 s-kNSTowN, March 23. Arrived:
j City il llerlin, York.
Ml. Imlw ntiff Mw llrtritn anrlsor
I l li e I .S. Sli.ll-FOtl VlCKslltRU.
Wlty oi Cairo,
! Wiiluiavo tht.Uiitir T11UKMUAV. Hrck
iiU, n li p ui. Kor freiiOit or pufna apply
; ".V,1.- t'1"'- APST"HV.. Wi't.
! VOil '-OISVILLK A CI Nt 'INN ATI
! .Mcniiili s and Ciuclnnati Packet l'e
for i.oi ihvii.i.i'. mt issiATi.
Jam c W.QnffyC
Jnhn K. Jnns...nialir,
Will Icavn THIS PAY, March it, at 4 p.m.
Knr potent nr pasfaca atiply to t'. B. KUi
SELIi, A sent. No. li Madiaon St. Talai taoD
No.A:JOHN OARRwjii.nser Aunt,
Memphis and Cincinnati Packet Co.
OK l.tl'ISVII.I.r A ( IKCISiaiATI.
M. M. Pxam, inaitrr, TtniifIi i3h
Will loara r'KlUAY, Uarch J6lh, at 6 p.m.
K r Irslaiht or nassaa-o apply to 0. B. hU8
SKbli. Ar"nt. No. H! Mailiion st. Talaphon
Wo. 227. JOHN OARK. Pan.ana.r Air.nl.
&tauiar (luANlTK STATU lullowt, leaT-
FOK CAIRO AND ST. IOCIm.
t. I.ouis unil Nvw Orli-aai Aiiclior
l.lnr-li.N. Mnll-CAIUO LiT. Lollia.
Belle Memphis, jjR,
(ico. Jlaker niantar.wTsCr.!
Will leava Klavatnr VKDNKSPAV, Marok
21th, at Ilia in. Kor fraight or passan apply
P. I.. Hil l,. Pao. Art. Af MT'IRM. Huii'U
Arkansas Itlvcr Pk't Co.
Str. JOI PETERS, a-rferew
K. D. Hinlth....uiait.r. W"jjV
Leaves Mouipliia Err Tl'BSl) A Y, ato p.ai
U.U. LIIWK. Asant,
Olllfn, No S Mailinon st. ToUplinna No. M.
Mrinplils anil Viekshnrg Packet Com
pany U. M. Mail Line.
For Ilalant, t'onoordla, Torrent and Arkan
las Oily Tho alas ant paxant.r tt.au .r
KATE ADAMS, rv
M. H. CDMll...mHtcr I W. U, Blanar...oUrk
EVERY MONDAY nnd TUUKBTUY, at S
p.m., rMorrint ths rlsht to pass all Undines
th.oapum nayilMia untafs. far nntnl
Intdruialion apply at onloo.Nn,4 Mailiaoa
street. K. WALWORTH. Annt.
JOHN CArtR. Pa.s'r Agent. Teliphona aV
for Uiooola, Hales Point. Uarathersylll.,
llnyum and Ttptonlll Ths new ttosmor
oii anil Ttptonlll Th
W . 1". Hall masUr J. D. Fallr.....olerk
will lesrs as ahore, and all way points,
KiVKKY MONDAY and THURHDAY at 6
p m. For trsUht or ruiui apply on board.
Mdinplila,!' riant Point and tlcuipuia
and arli Paskel IWm Miy ,
For llalena. Glendala, Friars Point and all
War Landings btauaor
H. T, UIrt...maUr I Piatt Kbiiuw.iuurk
Will l.ave as aboroon orory MoNOA I,
WltDNKSDAYand FRIDAY, at So'alotfc.j
For Railolph, Fulton. Oroeola aadWay
Lnadlni s HUaoi.r
' DEAN ADAM8,
J. H. Ooopof , snatef..... W. Hmlthors.olerk
Leaves as every MONDAY, WaUHieiAT
and FRIDAY at t p.m. The boats of this
line reserre the rtkt to pus ajl Uadlnif
thanaptaln Bnydeam nneafe, OBoe, No. I
M.Hi.t -1AMKH LKW, J.,Hnp'i..
MeniphlsA White Hirer PktCo
V. S. MAIL UUVE.
K. U, rHttl.nuUr I O. M,rotU.o:.rs
' ' roa
fJlarsintlosi, Drvalla Blair, lm Ar,
Iti!, 4arnonprl anil Mimrcy.
LlCAVKB MKMl'UIH Kvery W BDNBSma F,
at 5 p.m. Throush rates to all points.
Freight ooniign.d to "Memphis and Vvnl'a
Mer Pankot Ucmpany" belvrwardsa
prerorMy. it.u LOWB, Aent,
N v S M-tlon . Tlhn- No. 11.
FOlt WHITE 1UVEII.
.HcuiiiIi Ih, H hit s i lllack Ki rcr Packet
For Helens, D.Valli lllutf, Des Ilea Arr
suits, Newport and Hatesyille. The ns'
and elegant iHnwbeal passsngur steals !
Milt Harry. ,. muter
Will leave KVBRY8ATI;r6aY at5eolc, '
p.m. inroosn rates to ail potnu. rreis
ponslsned to Milt Uarry Line, Memphis. wi(
be prmniitly lorwardd. W.J.P DOYL
OrBoe Maillson st Telephone SM.
Jnasi B. Fsahkun, Pasaener Axent. Tak
epjvirie lf f7.
Tho Kt. Francis BJvor Transportation
Co.'s Fins Sl.le-W heel IT. 8. Mall 8u-na
Reie Maeready, r
0. K. Joplln master,
WILL LKAVR MRHflllri EVEB1
at 8 n'slook, for Marianne, lhe Cot-Off, and
Intwaieitlate landlnsi on Ut. Franois rtTer.
The oaptain reserves the rijrht to pass all
landlnsa he deems nnsafe. JAB. LEU, Jr.,
8ifliHiMHw IIHI.. Nn. 4 Madison St.
rook's Earara'.oai I art lea leave la
April, Hay, June and Jaly. iiend fur Pro
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IHOl 4'Uuti . aessf,
2H1 Broadway, New York.
No. 8O0, B.D. In the Cbarnwy Court e t
Mi -lby comty. Tenn. Tbilebert Wilker
son et al vs. 1 letoher Lane et al.
It appearing from decree entered herein
Haroh 1, lHHd, In thisoinse that the defend
ant Fletcher Lane departed this life Lav
ins J. H. Lane snd others as his heirs at
law 1 and it further appesrin thst auid J. 8.
Lane Is a resident ol the State of Texas and
a non-rrsidsni of the bute of Tenneaseei
It is therefore ordered. That be make kis
aiiearanoe herein, st tie oeairtbonse of
8neihy county, in Memphis. Tenn., on or be
fore the Bnt Monday in April, Isnd, ihea
and there to ihow eaese. If any ha have,
why this suit should not he revived asm tut
him ss the heir at law of Fletcher Lane:
and that a copy of this order be published
once a week, for fonr etcwasive weeks, ia
t e Menphis Appeal. Thlsid dsyef Marob,
1880. A eopy attist:
8. 1. McDUWkLL, Herk a-4 Master.
By II. F. Walsh, Lvi uty Clerk snd MssUt
Parris k Turloy. sols, for tsimpl'nts w
A Valuable Patent
Bsnjjs (Harm) 'arss aad Pa piaav.
aAVINO perfected my Invention, I wish
:o place it before the public, especially
manufacturers. As a Porn Planter, it is a
perleot 'ui east opeat the drill, duuibaus
the seed sci;, raieiy, nnmiered, and eovers
the same, thereby one man performlnc the
work of three. The' have been need la
this section (or over doten years with per
fect satisfaction, uaagiveraspoteibleteati
JOHN H. DANCT.DaneyrtDe.
Haywood county, T ia.