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FIMCE MD C03I5IERCE.
MOSEY 8 PER CEFT., NEW YOBK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton Steady Middling,
S!ea Yesterday, 850
The money market continues firm.
Local securities quiet but steady. Ti.e
cotton market closed steady, . mid
dling 9c Sales 850 bales. The
liew York spot market yesterday
closed quiet; middling 9 Jc The course
of yesterday's future market in New
York is thus described in Greene's re
port: "With a further decline in sil
ver, a prominent feature in the con
tinued unfavorable foreign account,
market was again easy and 5 points
lower. The close was a shade better,
with evidence of latent strength in
the market." At New Orleans spots
closed steady, middling 8 13-16c;
futures steady and 3 to 4 points
lower, May 8.818.82c. At Liv
erpool the spot market was re
ported steady, fair demand, middling
6 Jd ; futures quiet and steady and 1-64
lower than on Wednesday, April
6 Old. Receipts at this port yes
terday were 30(5 bales; total this
season, 524,245 bales, against 419.503
bales samo time last year, in the
general market eirra are dull at 10c
er dozen ; chickens dull at J2 7503
Seventeen brls apples, 4 brls beans
8 pkgs butter, 32 pkgs bacon, 582 J bu
corn, 4'Js sts conee, 1 car cotton-seed,
115 sks cotton-seed, 43 pkgs drv goods,
142 pkgs eggs, 425 brls flour, 70 bales
hay, 10 pkgs hats, 13 hd hogs, 14 hd
cattle, 97,000 ft lumber, 60 pkgs mo
lasses, 3o Drls potatoes, A cars pork
sides, 7o brls sugar and zU4 pkgs to'
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to the
Merchants' Exohange to day: Wheat,
none received or withdrawo : in store,
3057 bushels. Corn received, (3032
bushels; withdrawn, 1162 bushels; in
store, 101,712 bushels. Oats received,
none; withdrawn, 770 bnstiels; in
store, 3228 busnels.
JOHN I. NOllTOSr
9 Madison St, Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
V'rrpOBlaM lolleltcd, lafo
nation cheerfully furnished. -m
Money in god demand at 8 ptr cent
oil ii 1 1 . . . ,
iue uienu-ciuuBU report is as 101
Thursday, Apiil 15th, J218 242 75
thus far tbl week, S" ,0-1,065 32; same
time last wetk, $1,279,456 85; s me
time in 1885, $735,173 97; same time iu
1884, f 'J(y,ol 37.
Thnisday, April 15tb, J57.097 81:
thusfai tbnwcek, 1213,450 77; same
time last week, $311,328 30; feme time
in 1885,5200,218 43; fame time in 1884,
IffcW York sight on all paints, p'l'r
buying, , J piemium selling; New
England demand, discount buying;
Hew Englnnd signr, t discount; flew
Orleans, J discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce... 148 bid, rOaeked
First National 145 bid, 155 naked
German Bank 192 bid, 200 akd
State National ..145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planters148 bid, 150aiked
Merpsn'ijB Hank... 135 bid, 137J asked
Home 70 bid, 75 aukf d
Bluff Citv 100 bid, ... asked
Peoples .80 bid, 82 asked
Planters 101 bid, 105 ak.id
Phoenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Memphis City 102 hid, 104 apked
Vanderbilt 16 bid, 19 a- ked
Hernando 100 hid. ... aeked
Arlington 30 bid, 35 ppked
Factors 20 asked
M. and C. console, 7s. ..115 bid, ...asked
M. & L. R. Istm.8..ll2bid,112rs!:ed
MlBB.cStT.K K.fs, A, 122 bid, VZ'ilt Rflkdll
Miss&T.R. R cp,B, 104 bid, lOtiJ asked
Tenn. wH s r. U 97 bid, 9SJ usiel
Khelhy C'J. bonds 105 bid ... asked
-Tax. DiBf. 4, 6b. 921 bid, 93 asked
Tax. Dist. 6s 101 bid, 102 asked
Mem. 8tor. Com. Co.. 109 bid, 110a kec!
Mem. Gas stuck 75 b d, 77 asked
Mem. Gb bones 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds... ..Ho bid, ... asked
Hanantr Oil Works... bid. 511 nominal
City Oil Works b d, 45 asked
FioceerUwea Mills bid.
Am. Cot. Oil trusts 28 bid, ...akt-d
Mem. City Cy. bonds... ... bid, ... asked
New Yori, April 15. Money on call
easy at ijtajz per cent, rrime mercan
tile paper, 4(!-5. Sterling exchange
dull bat steady at 486J for lO days and
488 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
dull and steady. State bonds were
very dull but firm. Railroad bonds
were comparatively quiet; sales, $1,
595,000; closing irregular, the changes
being generally for small amounts.
Stocks The publication this morn
ingof theGoulu-Powderly correspond
ence, with the implied threats of the
latter in case liis demands were not
acceded to, had a depressing effort
on stocks, sot so much on account of
any belief that , more serious troubles
were to come tluin have already been
experienced, as a sentiment which
controlled the actions of operators on
the bull side that it was just as well
to await further developments before
taking an active interest in the mar
ket. Perhaps the undertone of the
,market was as strong as on other
.occasions. It prevented any vig
orous raid by tlie bears, at
leiwt, but there was a slow and
f radual yielding in quotations almost
ram the opening to the close, result
ing in an average decline of about 1
per cent. In this Jecline the Gould
stocks were conspicuous, Western
Union selling from t!6J io 64, and
closing I higher. Union Pacific is
down lj, and Missouri Pacific 1. The
coal stocks were also pressed for sales,
Lackawanna showing a loss of 1, Jer
sey Central 1 j, Delaware and Hudson
1J, and Reading 1. Pacific Mail,
Northern Pacific, preferred, and Lake
Shore are also 1 lower, Northwestern
and St. Paul 1J, and Omaha 1 lower.
The street was well supplied with re
ports from Chicago and elsewhere in
the Northwest showing tint the rail
roads leading to that a y were in dan
ger of suffering from a strike similar
to that In the Southwest. Milwaukee,
Lake hore and Western, preferrM, is
up 1, at 80.
The tot -1 sales of stocks to-dav!were
2C,22 shares, including Deft ware,
Lackawanna and Western, 3 ,640;
Erie, 7970; Kansas and 'exas,
50i0; Lake Shore, 29,815; : ouis
ville and Nashville, 43C0; rth-
western, 18,2tK; New JVrsev
Central, 5610; New York (Vitral,
550; Pacific Mail, 11,905; St. Jaul,
23,450; St. Paul and Omaha, .1535;
Union Pacific. 32,085; Western UiSon,
40,020 ;orthern racitic preterred,3-
Oregon and Transcontinental, 453;
Readine, 3130. The closing nota
tions were as follows:
rr. R. Si. imK. New 4g. 126'i.
Newe,ll Peiue6eof toS.llV,.
I rtn liiinimnl . K. M ieaouri 6a. lulVtf.
Tenn.ee, old. 57!i Tenn. os. new, aTM
cent. Fee. lata, livy. un. n.u, iai,i:
lenaK.u.w,iiu,77Mnrie eeeonae, iib.
K lT..I)fn.ii. 94. t. P. A. C. UlM. 11
N. v. A. 0. Ut, N. Wertrn eot., W
N.Weat. deb.5e.llwX8t.L.8.F.Ge M, lilS'i
fit, Paul, eon , 131H. St.P.,0. AP. lata, 13 S
T. P. land grants. 1 . P..R.U. ei cou.ilS
Adami Eipreu.ltf. NwbTtlU A C , 45.
AllechesT Cen.. . N J. Centrt, 5IH.
Alton AT. H..40H. Nor. and W, pfd, H
A A. T. H..pfd., W'iNorthern P,i.,i.
American Ex., W. Northern P. fd. 56.
B. .C R. AN..M. N.Y.C. AS.L.,-.
Canada Pa.,6VK- N.Y.C. A Ht.L..p., .
Canada t3oo.. CAN. W Uni7,.
Central Pacific. 41M.C. A N. W., ,ld., 138.
CheirpoakeAO ,0. N. V., Centnl.
C. A 0., lit pfd, Wi. Oh o Central
C A 0.,2d pfd., U- Ohio A Mifi.
C. A A., 140. 0. A Mi's.. fd., 90.
0. A A., old, 1W. Ontario A Wt, lV.i.
C. B. A Q , KM. 'Irego Ut., '.fit.
C, Bt. h. A N. U., Orei on Trail: 24.
C, Ht. L. A P., 11. (Iregon lmp.,Z.
C.St.L.A P.,v.;&.Vci&e Mail, V.
C, 8. AC, 31.
C A C. iS'i.
Del. A llud.. IOOJh.
Del . , li. A VV V2i.
Den. A Kio (i., H'i.
tut Tenn.. 2.
I lall HI at 90. ,
Peoria, D. A 1, 21 Si.
P ttaburit, 150.1
Pullman P. C ,133.
Kork Island, 1.
St. U. A S. K..1S.
S L. 18. P., (..44.
Kaat Tenn., ptd, &. St.L. A S.t'.lv; p.lUl
Fort Wuvne. 145. C. M. A 8l. P. 1,;..
Hannihal A St. Jo, C. M. A St. P. p ,llt
II. A St. Jo. pfd,
Houston A T., 2rt.
St. P. M.iM, l't';.
nt. r. a. umunw 4U.
ft. Paul A O.,iAl,102
Texaa Pacdc, , n.
Ind , B. A W., -IA
LakeK AW..11. W., St. L. A P, 8.
Lake Shore. iV..
W. St. L. AP,n , Wi
W. A F. Kx.. 1.
W. U. Tel , 64t.
Iron 6ilvr, lfi
Lou. A Naih.,3.
Lou. A N. A., 33.
M. AC, 2d pfd.
Mem. A Char. 32
Mich. Centra', 6o.
Min. A St. L.. 2V.. Uuioksilrer7.
M. A St. L., pfd, 47 Quicksilrer, ."d,
Miss. Pac, 10. Bcath Paoitto, -Mobile
A 0., 12. Sutro, 17.
Morrii A E . offd, 140.
London, April 15. Consoli, 1X)J
fer money and 100) for the account.
Bar Bilver, 40 3-16d per ouiio. The
amount of bullion withdrawn from
the Bank of England on bahoce to
day is 22,000. The bullion in the
Bank of England has decreasec 208,
216 during the past week. Tie pro
portion of the bank's reservt t lia
bility, which last week was O 11-10
per cent., is now 42 per cent.
Paris April 15. Three per cent,
rentes, 80f 92Jc for the account. The
weekly statement of the Bank of
France shows an increase of 1,140,000
francs in gold and 3,505,000 francs in
Chicago, III., April 15. Rank
clearings, 7,4 10,000.
New York. April 15. Exclmige!",
$101,630,804 ; balances, 15,592,63.
. Baltimore, Mn., April 15 Clear
ings, $ 1,707,22'); balances, $179,f92.
St. Louis, Mo, April 15. Bank
clca ings, 12,251,230; balances, $504,
708. Boston, Mass., April 15. Olear'
ings, $ 3,727,088; balances, $1,518,
713. Phil Delphi a, Pa., April 15
Clearances, $8,797,916; balances, $1,
550,177. COTTON MARKETS.
TtiB local cotton matket opened
steady and closed steady; middling,
9i Sale?, 850 bals, of which 450
were to exporters and 400 to spin
ners. EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Ordinary 7 7i
Good ordinary 7 7
Low middling 8 8
Middling 9 9
Good middling 9 9J
Middling fair. 10 10
Fhir Nom. Nnm.
Dusty 6J(5)8 Gi8
8tains, tinges 7J8J 7 J8 J
Memphis, April U, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1885 1,392
Received to-day 300
Rsoeived previouely...52J,89. 525,597
Stock, running account
Thus far this week 2,099
Thus far last week 3,697
Hence Beptembar 1ft 624,205
M.andC. R, R
M. and T. R. R
L. and N. R. H
M.and L. R. R. R
0., O. and S. W. R. R
K. C, S. & M. R. R
Wagons and other sources..
Thus far this week 9,290
Thus far last week 9,008
Since Septamber 1st 438.30
M. and C. R. R 493
L. and N. R. R 316
C, 0.4 8. W. R. R 222
Steamers north 470
New York SDOta onened auiet and
closed quiet. Biles, 315 bales. Quota
tions were as lullows:
8 13 16
Quod ordinary. 8
Low middling. 8 1310
Good middling 9 1110
Middling fair.10 11-16
New Yo-k futures opened dull and
closed steady and 3 to 5 points lower.
Quotations unchanged. (Sales, 62,900
bales. The cUaing q notations were
9 30 9.87
9.40 d) 9.41
9.22 9 23
9.27 9 28
9 34 9.36
April 9.10 9.13
May.. 9.20'rt 951
June 9.32a 9.33
July 9 42(4 9.43
AngnsL 9 51 9.52
Kepte mber...9.3G(4 9.37
October 9.21 9.22
November ...9.19 .....
December. ...9 23 9 24
January 9 3K 9 33
February 9.41 9.43
V 44 9.46
The New Orleans suot market opened
quiet and easier, and c!!d steady.
Sales, 3760 bales.
Good ordinary... 7 15-16 7 15-16
8 5 16 8 5-10
8 13-16 8 13-16
The New Orleans fature
opened bare'y steady, and
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY,!3 APRIL 10, 1886.
Bttaly and 3 to 4 poirt? lower. Salea,
19.200 bales. The closing quotations
were as follow:
April 8 75 nom. Nom.
May 8 8! 8.82 8.S5 8 86
June 8.95 8 90 8 98 8.99
July 9 09 9.10 9.13 8.14
August 913 9.14 9.17 9.18
Stp'ember.8.89fS 8.90 8 93 8 94
October 8.79 8.S0 8 820. S 83
November..8 76 8 77 8.79 8.80
December ...8 79 8 80 8 83
January 8 90 8.91 9 90 o 8 91
dailv port and interior markets.
Rec. Priii's Stock.
79S - 39,540
3i!7i8 13-16 81,299
1097 8 83,470
1073 9 32 780
3144 9 42,422
-9 3 16 31,307
581 91 305,033
!!0 9j 6,310
13 9 7-16 18,847
394 8J 1,434
Recciptsat ports, this day, 1886. 8,223
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 3,017
R't8 U. S.
Kx. Gr. Br
Increase of receipts this year.. .299.081
The Liverpool spot market at noon
was reported steady, fair demand.
Sales, 10,000 bales, of which American
8(K1J bales. Receints, 3400 bales, of
which 3400 were American.
The following are the closing quota
tions: Ordinary, 4 5-10l good ordi
nary, 4 ll-10d; low middling, 4Jd;
Kood middling, 5 5-10d; middling up
lands, 5Jd; middling Orleans, 5 3-liic.
Tlit prices are J7'tvn in pence and tl tlis,
tiius: 4 63 menus 4 63-04if, and 5 01
means 5 l-04d.
At noon: Liverpool futures wero
steady. Quotations were as follows :
April, ; AprilMiv, ; Mav
June, 5 02-5 Old; June-July, 5 03d ;
July-August, 5 05!V5 OOd; August
September, 5 075 08d; September
October, ; October-NoveirnVr, ;
September, 5 OOd.
At 2 p.m.: IJverpool futures were
quiet; April, 5 Old buyers' April-May,
5 02d buvers ; May-Junr, 5 01a buyers ;
June-July, 5 03djbuyers; July-August,
6 OOd sellers; August-Septeniber.o 08d
sellers; September-OctolM'r, 605d buy
ers ; October-November, 5 Old value ;
September, 5 Pikl sellers. ,
At 4 p.m. : Liverpool futn'es were
quiet and steady and l-64d lower
tnan Wednesday; April, 5 Old buyers;
April-Mav, 5 Old buyers; May-June,
5 Old buyers; June-July, 6 03d
buyers; July-August, 5 05d buyers;
August-September, 5 07d buyers ; September-October,
5 05d buyers; October-November,
5 02d sellers; Septem
ber, 5 08d buyers.
The following is the record of the
bids and offers at the Call Board of
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
No. 2 white, snot, 39 jc asked ; A pril,
39Jc asked'; May, 40jc asked; No. 2
spot, 37c o. t. bid ; April, 3(c o. t bid ;
May, 38c o. t. bid ; June,38Jc o. t. bid,
April. 33c bid, 34Jc asked; May,
33jc bid, 34$c asked; June, 33c bid.
July, 3 cars sold at $13.
' " CORN MEAL.
Spot, $1 90 asked; May, $190 bid,
$1 97 jc asked; June, $2 asked.
' Corn White, 47c ; miked, 40c, from
sore ; from levee or depot, white, 44c ;
mixed, 42c ; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c: mixed, 40c.
Hay Choice, from store,85c; prime,
75'a80c; prairie, 50c ; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1414 50;
prime, $1313 50; prairie, $88 60.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38Jc,
frm store ; round lots from levee on
trck white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
Bran From store, 85c per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans -Navy, $1752; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
Corn mka i. Standard, $2 152 25;
pearl, 133 25 from store ; 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rick Louisiana, 40c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $3g3 25
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
$3 5!) from store.
Flour In car lots, double extra, 3
3 50 ; triple extra, 13 653 75 ; fami
ly, 13 704; choice, $4 254 35:
fancy, $4 5J4 70; extra fancy, $4 90
(i)5 ; patents, $5 25 5 05 ; from store,
family, $4" 4 25; choice, 4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90; extra fancy, $5
625; patents, $5 506 25.
Hominy and Grits From store, $3
Crackers - Soda, extra, 4c ; soda,
treble extra, 4 Jc; lemon cream crack
ers, extra, 7c: lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, t jc ; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
Kansas City, Mo., April 15. Whoat
steady; cash, til Jc bid, 621caked;
May, 6363io; June, 65 Jo bid, 00c
asked Cornquii't; cash, 27c asked;
May, 27Jc bid, 28Joa'ked; June, 28c
bid, 28c asked. Oats-May, 28jc
St. Lni'is, Mo., April 15. Flour
active; XXX, $33 10; family, $3 15
(3 26; choice, $3 003 75; fancy,
$4 104 25; extra fancy, $4 40 3.4 70;
patents, $4 556 2. Wheat only
ftirly active and prices 3'eaJy; the
market opened firm and advanced 1
Jc, bat after waidj eased off and
closed JJb higher than yesterday ;
No. 2 red, cash, Hijc ; May, 8'iJ'fi 8(ije,
closing at 86jc;.Juno, 8tiJ87Jc, clos
ing at Stijc; July, 8,'lj83ic, cks ng
at 83 Jc bid. Corn dull but firm, and
jJc higiier thsu yes'erday; N. 2
mix id, cash, 33c; Way, 3,lj33ic,
closing at 33 jc; June, 34c; July, 35c.
OitB very dull but prices firmer; No. 2
mixed, cvh, 31c; May, 29 jc bid. Rye
weak, 59u. Barley no sales. Hay
dnll and eay ; prcirie, $iS8; timo'hv.
$. 114. Flaxseed dull and weak,
f 1 03. Bran weak, .58jc. Cornmeai
firmer $t 01 85 Receipts Flour,
1(XW brls; wbeat, 10,000 bu; corn,
74,000 bu; oats, 10,000 bu; rye, 1000
bu; barlev, 1000 bn. Shipments
Flour, 12,000 bu; wheat, lOOObu; corn,
289,00(1 bu; oats, 73,000 bu; rye, 2000
bn ; barley, 2000 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat weak and
J(SJc lower. Ccrn Jc lower. Oats Jc
Chicago, iLU.April 15. Speculation
in wheat wa active and sluggish in
turn to-day. The starting point for
May delivery was 771", 'ter which
the market rose on good bnving by
two or three) large bouses to 77cr, but
fell off toward the close of the regular
session to 77 c and closed at about
that firurx. In the afternoon the price
fell off to 76 jc, and clrsed for the day
at 76 15 16c The weather was con
sidered rery favorable for tbe grow
ing winter wheat, and with no presf
ing export demaud the feeling toward
tbe close was ea?y. Corn and oats do
ve'oped no espvcial cl.ange iu prices
and trading was quite slow. Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wbeat ruled
firmer esrly, but closed easy a, about
yesterday's uurr. SaIfs ranged:
April, 73(j.73'c, closed at 73 3 10;;
Mav, 77J77Jc, closed at 77 3 ltis;
June, 78j79 7-ltic, eloed at 7S 15
16?; No. 2 spring, 73J76c; No. 3
6668c. Corn quiet and easy; cash,
33136c; April, 3.!j33ic, closed at
33jc; May, 37j37 7-10s, clo5ed at
37 5 16; June, 37i37e, clote.l at
37 11-163. Oats q iiet: cash, 25 J
28Je; May, 29 111629Jc, closed at
29ja; June, 30JS0r. cl.-wrd at 30a
Rye firm; No. 2, 5869e. Barley
dull; No 2,69c. Flaxseed easy ; No.
1, fl 06 Receipts Flour, 8000 brls;
wheat. 10,000 bu; corn, 62,000 bu;
oats, 62,000 bu: rye, none; barley,
25,000 bu. Shipments Flour, ttOOO
oris; wha 10 000 bu; cirn, 16,100
bu ; oats, 41,000 bu ; rye, 3000 bu ; bar
ley. 19,000 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat weaker;
May, 70 15 16c. Corn and oats un
Butter Creamery, 3435c; dairy,
1620c; buttcrine, l316; country,
12J18c, according to condition.
Cheese Prime Hate, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 12jc; Y. A.
5Ikss Pork Old, $10 per barrel;
new, 11 per barrel ; sugar-cured hams,
packed, 9jl('c; breabfast bacon, 8
9c; clear rib bacon, tH,0jc.
Bulk Pork Clear sides, 6c; clear
rib sides, Sje; long clear, &S5jc;
Lard Tierces, 6 atic; biilf-barn'ls,
616,c; kegs, 0,6jcj bucketa, 6J
03c; half-buckf ta, Vgf'iHHc ; 50-lb tins,
61(lc; 20-lbtins,l0jc; 10-lbtins,
6j6jc; 5-lbtins. 6J0Sc; 3-lb tins,
6j(ijc; choice kettle, tierces, 0j
Fresh Me its Beef Good Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77jc;
cows and heifers, Ojc; mutton, 8 j
9c; lambs, 10c; pork, tic.
Pios-pket llrls, $88 50; half-brls,
St. Louis, Mo., April 15. Pro
visions dull and weak. Pork
eay, $9 60. Lard weak, 6Jc. Bu'k
mats easy; loose lota long clear,
5 30c; short rits, 5 40c; boxed lots
long clear, 5.305.35c: short ribs,
6.40c ; short clear, o Jc Bacon et ady ;
long clear,5 80(.i5.85o : short ribs, 5 90c;
short clear, 66.t'5c. Hams un
changed. Chicago, III., April 15. Mes
pork opened 5c lower, rallied 7j10c,
but advance, afterward lost; caab,
$9 05fa 9 10; My, $9 05( 9 15; June,
$9 12j9 25, closed at $9 12j9 15.
Lard steady ; cah and May, 5 85
5.2c; June, 6 905.95c, closed at
5.905.92jc. lbxd meats steady.
Dry eaitsd shoulders, 44.10c; short
rib bides, 6.155.20c; short clear
nidep, 5.r0!i.00u. Butter weak and
lower: creamery, 2027c; dairy, 14
20c. E2gs, l()Jllc.
Aftirnoon Board Pork, 2Jc lower;
Coffee CommDn,88jc; onlinuy,
i9jc; prime Rio, 11c; choice to fan
cy, llj13j3; olJ gjvernmeiit, 23
35-; Csjlon, 20 .
Soap -3 j5 Jo per pound.
Sugar Pure w. c. white, Oj 'iWJa;
off white, eiejn: yellow, Cj(IJc;
ooen kettle, 4J5?; refined A, 6J
6Jc; granulated, 6J7c; powdered,
7jc; cut loaf, 7jc.
8alt $1 201 80 per bi-r el; jacks,
fine, $1 50; coaie, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 27c; car loids from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molassk Louisiana, common to
fair, 203:c; prime to choice, 3O40c;
svrup, 2040c ; common to fair, 20
25c; prime to choice, 3033o; centrif
ugal, fancy, 33c.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27
30c ( other grades and styles, 2528c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 60.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxs,
pails and barrels, 7J8c.
Candlks-FuII weight, 10j10jc.
Canned Good?, Etc. Prices per doz
en : Pineapples, 1 351 6 ; peaches,
2-lb. standard, $1 351 50; seconds,
$1 151 25; tomatoes, 2 lb, slandnrd,
$1 10; 31b, $1 35; strawberries; $1 40
1 60; ra'plerries, $1 151 25; blsek
berrie?, $11 15: ereengagps, 1 60
1 75; pears, $202 25: plums, $1 60
1 70: aparagus, $2 00!4; greea corn,
$ll 35; green peas, $12 25; cove
oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $K1 10;
cove eysiers, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
fl; condensed milk-Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $0.
New York, April 15. CoftVe op
tions dull and weak ; sales, 9000 bags ;
April and May, 7.15e;' June, 7.10c;
July ti December, 7.057.10c. Sugar
quiet and firm ; fair to goad refining.
6 1-165 3-16c; refined steady ; mould
A, 6gc; confectioner', 6 516c; stand
ard A, 6 l-166Jc; granulated. 6Jc;
cub's, OJo. Molatspe firmer; sales at
20J20jc for 80 test Rice in fair de
mand and steady.
Apples Apples, $1 502 50 from
store; $1 252 per car-load fro-n levee
or depot. Dred applrs, 34o per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3J
4c from store.
Potatoes Potatoes, $1 752 T5 from
store; $1 501 75 per car load from
levee or depot. Sweet potatoes scarce,
$2 753 per br). Peas, $1 50 1 75 per
Viqetables Onions, $2 753 25
from store ; $i 5G2 60 frnm levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 25 i er crate.
Kraut, barrel?. $55 50: half-barrels,
$2 753. Garlic, 40G0c per 100.
Turnip?, 50c per bushel.
Fruit Oraigts, Louisiana, none;
Florida, none; Messina, $3 504 per
box; Imperials, $55 60 per box.
Lemons. $4 605 per box. Bana
na", $1 753 per bunch. Cocoannts,
$4 per 100. Peanuta Virginia, 7Jc;
Tennesee, farmerb' stock, 34c;
roasted, 2jc higher; shelled, 10c. Al
Pickles In jarc, pints, 95c; quarts,
$1 50; balf-sallons, $2 75; gallons,
$3 75; lowe, barrels, $6: half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
era, $275; California, - ; Imperial,
Walnots French, 12c; Naplea,15c;
Grenoblee, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, f 7 J 50 per bar
rel and $44 50 par kalf-ba-rel ; Vine
gar, ll16c per gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per dozen, $12
18 ; chickens, $2.753 ; dressed turkeys,
scarce, 1518c per pound.
Pecans Texai, 810c for small to
medium, 1014c for larie; Arkamws,
Fish Mackerel, half-karrels. No. 1. 1
$5; No.2,$:)V5; No. 3, $2 75; 10-lb
kit. No. 1,80c; No. 2, 70c; lVlb, No.
3,60c. Dry herrinje, family, 30c per
Game Venison, whole, 3.5c; aad
dlrs, 63c; bear, 6(tSc; wild turkeys,
5075c; durks,$34; (ipiirrels, 75c;
quails, $75cM ; pra rie chicken, f.";
game fish, ll12c.
4POTTOH-REEO W1L, KM'.
Seed Celivered at den.t and whsrf,
$8 per ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
heat), 16; wagon at mills, 18 .Vial
Prime (f. o. b.), $16 oer ton. Lssa than
car-load lots, i 16 From ft in, pr
sack. Cake Nominal; $10 per t in.
Oil In car-load lots, prime, crude C.
S. oil, 22j23c; prime summer yel
low, 'J6j27c; off-summer yellow, 25 j
26)c; miners', ; choice cooking
summer yellow, 26?30c.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., April 15. Petrole
um quiet; s.w., 110, ijc.
Pittsbi wi. Pa., April 15. Petrole
um, dull and heavy ; National Transit
certificates opened at 77 and closed at
75 ; highest, 77; lowest, 75 j.
HORSES AMD MIX KM.
Horses Good driving, $150225;
good saddle, $14030J; plugs, (!5
80; good mares, $8 5 140.
MuLte-141 to 15, $110 135; 15 to
15. $12140; 15J to 16, $150175.
Good demand; supply fair.
BIOKS AND PILTRY.
Hidei Dry flint, 1310i; dry salt,
1012c; green salt. 7(n)8u; green, 5
6c; deer skins, 1018n; hunter han
dled com ekins, esctj, 20 0c ; rouniiy
coon skins. 1030j; mink, 1030c;
ouukrat, 510.: : oiter, $1S; bear,
fl'5; beavur. "iO.'Qtt; wildcat, 20
40 j; fox, 2)75c; skunk, 2")75c.
Beeswax, l21c; tallow, 45c.
WHtsKT, WI NKS, l.ll Mt. ETC.
Whi"KY Straight Kentucky Bur.
bon, t 6()6; rye, $1 7o6; douiestic,
CniCAHO, April 15. Whisky steady
at $1 14.
St. Louis, April 15. Whisky steady
at f 1 10.
Cincinnati, O., April 15. Whisky
quiet at $1 10. Sales of 001 barrels of
finished goods on this hauls.
El It STOCK.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050piunds.414c; nood,3i
4r; chrice grass-fed, 3j3c; good,
33c; fair to medium, 2j2c; com
liooa Receip's light. Market bard
ti-day. Demand g' od. Prices firm.
Choice, 33tc; gool, 3J3Jc; com
Sbebp -Market bare to-day. De
mand for bent, butchers' grades vo-y
good. Price firm as quoted. Choice,
44J,i; medium, 33Jc; commoi, $1
Kansas City, Mo., April 15. The
Live Stock Indicator reports: Ca'tle
receipts, 1338 head; Bhipmente, none;
market weaker and 10c lower; choice
tr funcy, $5 205 40; fair to good,
$4 705 10; common t medium, '4
4 60 ; stockers and feeders, $3 40
4 20; cows, $2 503 60 Hogs re
ceipts, 10,846 head; phipmotits, 3896
head; market weak and 610c lower;
gocd to choice, $44 15; common tn
mpilium, $3 703 9i); skips nnd piiis,
$23 00. Shi'pp receipts, 709 head ;
shipments, 433 hesd ; market weak;
good to choice, i3 754 60; common
10 medium, $23 25.
Ciiicaoo, In., April 15 The Drov
ers' Journal reports: Cattle receipt,
8200 head ; shipments, 2500 hesd ; mar
ket active; a shade lower; shipping
teerp, 950 to 1500 lbs., $40 3;
stnekers ana feeders, $2 7'i4 60;
cows, hulls and mixed, $i4; bulk,
$2 503. Hogs receipts, 20,000 head ;
shipments, 7000 head; market clow
and 10c lower; rough and mixd, $4
4 30;t.a :kine and shipping, $4 20
4 40; light, $3 I 64 30; skips $2 90
3 'ib. Nheep receipt", 4D00 bead;
sliiprimhlB, 1000 head; market steady;
na'ives, $2 50(:0.
NEW VIIKK ItRTUOOItS MARKET.
New York, April 15. The general
demand has been light in all depart
ments, but a business of fair propor
tions through deliveries on orders.
Agents have advanced Amoskeag
tickings from A to H, also X fancy
tickings Jc per yard.
F. M. STANiE X
5S MHlln Ktr. Memnlilw, Txiid
A FULL itack of Wooden anil Mela Hi
Caaifl and Canketa. Kurial Koben, em.,
elwaynor. naod. Orilorn t Telenraph orTel
aphone Fromny aftwwl't to.
NEWSPAPER bMt boo
newrpapern and tiitimatea o the eoet of ad
Tertiilns. The advertUer who want' toipend
one dollar, flodi in it the informntlon he re
quires, while for him who wil invent one
bin dred thouaand duilart In adrertiami, a
choii.e ill ndicated whioh will meet hn
every reioLteinent, or ean be made to do to
by iliKht chamr" eaiilr arrived at hf eorre
apondenoe. One hundred and fifty-three
ditiona hava been iaaued. beot, poatnald,
to any addroaaior ten tenia. Apply to UbO,
P. ROW ELL A Cd., NKWBPAPKH AD
VERTIHlNti BUKKAU.10 Hprueeat. (Print
ing Honne Bquere . New York.
No. MK19, R. D. In the Chancory Court of
Hhelby County, Tenn. State of Tcnneaaee
va. Thomaa Hoyle et al.
It appearins from the bill aworn te in thia
cause that the defendant, Mra.' Dr. Crone,
formerly lloidel, Johana. W. 0., Meyer, J.
W. C, formerly Meyer and her butband,
whoae namea are unknown and oannot be
aacorUined after diligent inquiry; Malcolm
Caruthera, Malcolm MoNeil, J. P. Oaruth
era and Flora, hia wif. Aline McNeil, Ellen
M. Crudup, are non-reaidonta of Tenneaaee,
and that the namea and place of reaidence of
the following heira are unknown and cunnot
be aarertained afterdiliirentinqulry, to-witi
The heira ol Catherine MoConnoll made par
ties on account olintereat in the Winn tract,
mutb aide of Mew Ualeinh road, Filtcenth
Civil Diaiflrt. hhelhy county, the huh a of K.
R. Milla and John M. Hhaw, made artiea on
account of in Ureal in lot 3, block IH, eat
aide ot Dunlap atrret, thia being a njiitto en
force the tax leina againat anid lota.
It i tliorefore ordered, That thoy niuka
their appearance heroin, at the Ooun -tlouae
of Shelby County. In Meinphia, Tenn., on or
before the firat Monday In May, JHHti, and
plead, anawvrnr demur to oomplnint bill and
pctitiona, or the eanie will be taken for eon
leaned aa to them and act for hearing ex
parte; and that a copy of thia older be pub.
lished once a week, for four auiceaaive
weeka in the Appeal. Thia Mn day of
A copy Attoat :
H. I. McDOWELL, Clork and Maater.
By li. F. Weleh, Deputy Clerk ar.d Maater.
1'. II. F. Walih, Bolicitor for Complaint.
Kcmiut Faaa. Aviutimof yuuthful iiuurudence
eaaaing Premature Decay, Narvona Debility, IaM
tfaohood, An., having tried in vain every known
temedy.Kaa (1 iaoovered a aimple meanaof Mlf-ooaa,
wbt.h be will r i Kit Kit to hla lelloWHrarferera,
AtUrua. J.U.HKK VKS. t3ClhalhamHt..Wew Kartfc
UA faTTn AOENTS.Men and Womef
VVA11IC.IJ to eell " THE CHIl.D'l
BIBLE " Introduction by Rev. J. il. Vlg
cent, D.D. One agent ha "old 65 In a towi
of 674 atopic; onu 73 in a village ol 7K4; oni
new agent H5 In 10 daya; one 2Ut In t ancoe.
aive weeka t one 411 in 3 daya at two didarent
timea. txperienc not oeceaarr Ad'ireal
1 CAriHKLL A CO. tL'fd).
all Dearborn itroet, Cuicago,
RIVERS AM STEAMBOATS.
Friare Point .CoiBoA, i p.m.
Oaceola Dx Adims, 5 p.m.
White River DStT, 5 pm.
Cincinnati Catai.xa Moiaai,5pm.
UVENHNIM AT THE l. VI.K.
Arrivals. Kate Adams, Arkansas
City; liayoso, Tiptonville.
i7Hirturr. KaU Adams, Arkansas
Citv; tiayoso, Tiptonville.
lioats Ihie Aitcri. IVan A Jams and
City of l'rovidonce.
Bmils Ihie Up. Coahoma, Belle
Memphis, lUme Macready and IH'
Smet. Mrrelpia Tratfrdnr.
Oayoso-275 ska co'n, 40 hd stock,
2 log wagons and lot sundries.
Kate Adams lit bales cotton, titi
sks seed, I horse and 80 pkgs sun
drica. Et'TI KE NOVEMEXTIJ.
The Anchor Line packets due last
night were the City of Providence for
Vicksburg and the lielle Memphis (or
Thr lV'iiu Adams, Capt. llcniy
Cwper, is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Osceola and the uptier
Im'ikIs. William Sinithers is in tier
Tus Coahoma, Capt. Thomas ('lag
get t, is the packet this evening at 6
o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and
all wuy landings. Will Ashford bus
charge of her othee.
Tiik great excursion steamer Chan.
Morgan, Capt. t). Wash Thompson, is
the O. Line packet to-morrow evening
at .r o'clock fur Cairo, ltiisville, Cin
cinnati and all intermediate landings
on the Ohio river Chiis. Church and
Harry Miller are her clerks.
Tiik IVSmet, Capt. Milt K Harry,
is the packet tit-morrow evening at ."1
o'clock for all Kiinta on White river,
going througii to Newport and making
connections with packeta for upper
White and ltlack rivers. Albert Me
Ghee and Hugh Smith are her clerks.
No pockets in port at dark last even
ing Wkatiikh c'oudy, warm, with light
Thk (layoso wiu in and out yester
day on time.
Rkckipts by river yesterday were
4!) bales of cotton and 0(1 sacks of
Tub DeSmet will be here to leave
on time t:-morrow evening for White
Thk Kate Adams arrived yesterday
morning from Arkansas City with VJ
bales of cotton, tkl sacks of seed and
returned again last evening with a
good showing of freight and people.
Tiik river at this point marks 311 feet
and 5 tenths by the gunge, or 84 feet ti
tenths aove low water mark, which
is 6 tenths above the danger line, and
1 foot 4 inches below high water mark
W RATH KR AMD KIVEKM.
Okpick Skinal Hkhvicr, U. S. A., 1
MKMrms, April 15, 1 p.m.
The following oliservations are taken
at all stations named at 76 meridian
time, wiiich is one hour faster than
1ST ATI ON 3.
Rise I Fall
nnKr l.lao-Peet and tentba of a foot
above lero of gauge:
Oairo, 4 1 foet. Chattanooga, 90 feet.
Cincinnati, AO. Davenport, 1ft.
Pukuiiue, IU. FortHmith, tl.
Keokuk, 14. Helena, .
La c'roaae, 'M. Leavenworth, 20.
Little Hock, i. LouiKvllle.tt.
Momphia,.H4. New Orleane, 13.2.
Na-hville, 40. Pittaburg, a.
Uinaha, IS. Bt. Paul, 7.
H'. Louia, :f2. Vidtfliiirg, 41.
bhreveport, US. Yankton, 24.
PrrrsnoBU, April 15 Noon River 9
fni.t :i inclms on the gauge and (ailing.
Weather clear and warm.
Whkki.ino, W.Va., April 15. Noon
River 15 feet. 4 inchm on the gauge
and falling. . Weatlier clear and warm.
Cincinnati, April 15. Noon -Rivei
falling, with 4(1 ftait on the gange.
Weather cloudy ami showery; ther
miimeter 74. , .
Evanbviixh, April 15. Noon Rivtr
stationary, with 43 3-10 feet cn the
gauge. Weather cloudy and warm.
Louisviu i, April 15. Noon River
fa'ling, with 28 feet In the canal and 2(1
feet on the falls. Weatlier cloudy and
warm. Bnsiness good. Departed:
Bnckeye Hlate, Memphis.
Cairo, April 15 Noon Rivet BOfeet
2 inches on the gange and rising.
Weather mild, with light rain. Ar
rived : City of Providence, St. Louis,
midnight; Guiding Htar, New Orleans,
10 a.m.; City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg,
2 a.m. Departed: City of Providence,
Ht. Louis, 4 a.m.; Guiding Htar, Cincin
nati, 4 a.m.
Young & Brother,
llooltHoIlcra and Stationers.
218 Mill n Ht., Memphis Tenia
Wlahlna; In Hallre I mm Boelnrwa
Vi Ollnr eir Kuilra
STOCK AT COST.
Notice la Hereby (Jlren,
Til AT the annual meeting of the itock
hnldcra ot the Cheaapeake, Ohio
and Houthwealnrn Railroad Company
for tbe election of Pirectora and
anch other huaineaa an maj come before the
meeting, will be held at the orTioa of the
Companr, in the eity of Meuiphia (called thi
Taxing Diatrict of ribelby County), Tenn.
on the W ar April, 1HH9, u i
o'clock noon of tWt day, and that the leaai
from that CoinpjBtr to the Newport Newa ana
Mianlaaippi Valley Company will be auk
m it ted to the atockholde-a for their eonaet
thereto and approval thereof. Tranafe
b.oka will be oloaed from Maroh 20th. 3
Apriia, 1H86. , .
By order of the Preaident and Board (
Pirectora. IHAAO K. UATKH. Beoretarv.tfl
EArKENN-IUi OAUHKS and Ot: HK,t
one who wag deaf twenty-eight yeai
ratcd bv moat of the noted apeotaliate?!
t- d y with no benefit. Cvasn mKaai.ri
thro montha. and ainoe then hnndredaoi
othera by same proeeoa A plain, aimple and
aococaafnl home treatment, addreaa T. 8.
PAOK.USitaatabUi bt.ew York Citr.il
Special NoticeFor Marion.
John Overton, fT5
Capt. Pogrlman, f
W ill leave the loot of Jefforaoo alreel for
nln, t m and p.m.
MIR UU ISVILLE A CINCINN ATI
For Cincinnati' O. -Line Exeuraioa 8lainer
I. W.Thompaon. matter, eferiajji
Will leave 6ATU RDA V. Aeril 17ia.alft p.m.
For Ireight or (au api.ly ta C. U.Rl'S
SELL, Ag't, 12 Madiaon at. Telephone til.
liana 1). KutLi. PateeBger Agents
Xemphis and t Inciuuuti Packet (.
rOB LOt'lnTJLLE 'l .'!. Sf ATI,
Ituekej e State rfZ
H. J. Vinton maater.
Will leave MONDAY. April 19th, at ft p.m.
For ireight or naaaage apply to C. B. KUri
SKLI., Agent, No. 12 Maditoa at. Telephoa
Nn. ?J7. JOHN OA RR, Haawnvor Ar-nt.
FOR CAIRO A NO HT. LOU!1'
Ml. Eonla anil New Orlftaaie Anrher
1.1 hw-U.H. Miall-OAIKO A UX. LOLIS.
Arkansas City, v-5v
Brolaikl... matter. eirtStaMttaiev
Will leave the Klevator SATVkUAi. April
17th, at ( p.m. For freight or pataag apply
'. I.. Hii.i.. P. Art. AT sfH V. Snn't.
Ml. ltnla ainrt New Wrlrana Anrbur
l.liao-U.N. MmII-FUH VICKSBUHU.
Lightner maater, wT4i,
Will leave the Klevator 8ATPKIA, April
lTth, at 6 p.m. kor Ireight or paaaage apply
1'. I,. H i.i.. P.a. Avt. AtSTiKM. Hiip't,
K)K NEW OKLKANv
For Vickaburg, Natchai and Mew Orleaat
Tne elerant ateamer
Annie P. Silver, j?Ttr
Win. II. Thompson. ... maater, tuinSk
Will leave the KleraUir SATUKUAV, April
17th, at 4 p.m. For Ireight or rea:ig apily
O. I.. II il l., t'aaa. Agt. Al STORM. Am-nt.
Kr Oaoeola, ilalea Foint Carathe ill,
i4ayoao irt Tiptonville The new a''nar
W. F. llall. maater I J. D. FnUcr....c..M
will leave aa above, auJ a'l way p.l-ta.
"'.VtfRY MONDAY and TIUUISDAY at 4
p.m. For freiKht or paaaaga apply on buurd.
4l."IllH,lri!II fMllll HAMt t I
unil Oartioln fuvbrl omAj.y.
:-nr Helena. (Hnndnlo, Fria:.i Point j all
Wi.v Landing tiUamor
ti. t, JlageU...maaUr I Pit.'.: I'.Em. .rk .
win l.ftrn a (.bove on over MUr4i' Y,
WBDNitiiDAVanJ FRlUAV.at C o'olusk..
For Randolph, Fulton. Oicio'j inJ "ay
Lanaln, t Steamer
J. II. Ooopar, maiter....J. W.ttmlthera.olerk
Uavea aa every MONDAY, WKUNK-i AY
and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boata of thia
line reaerve the right to pnae all landings
the oantain may deem nnaate. Offlco, No. I
Mn.ll.on .1 JAMKH l,KR, ,T., Hejn'i.
Arkansas Illvcr Pk't Co.
Str. JOE PEURS)jkrv
Ofllce, No. S Madlaon at.
MemphtH& White KIror Tkt.Ca
5J. S. MAIL LINli.
STR. CHICKASAW, -Jdlc-
V. 0. PoaUl...maater I 0. Iti.lVotlaT., .... uei l
1twrwila, IXivnl ninf, i,
AirgnCk, Jet kpiinixrt :miiI aphri'f.
,AVKH MKMPlllSi gvery WED.V Tf ,
at 5 p.m. Tbronzii raiei to all pointa.
Freight oon.gnad to " Mevntihia ri 'V una .
ifvei I'acHet Cimpany" v'lll bei'.evTioa
prompth' li. v LOWB, Agent,
Ni. 'M 'dlaonat. Telephone Nn. tfl.
FOlt WHITE UIVE1L
MewphlH, White Ulack Blrr Packet
For Helena, DeValla Bluff, Dag Dee Am
guita, Newport and UeteivUle. The ne'
and elegant etdawheol piuaenger ateaig f
Milt llarrv. .-.....maeier
Will leave KVEKY 8Xf HRPAf at&o'ck .
p.m. Through ratea to all poinU. Freia
eonaigned to Milt Harry Line, .MeniwMa.wT,
he promptly lorwarded. W.J. P UOlli
Offloe Ma'llaon at TaJephone 8M.
Jaaaa B. FaaggUM. Faaaenger Agwnt. Tab
The Mt.Krancln lUvor TranKrtAMoa
Oo.'a VI,,, riide-W hee 3. Mall Sleamat
0. K. Joplln.. i...nter,
Wll.l. i.KAVK IKNrHIK IirHI
TIHMOAf , 7
vt h o'olock, for Mariano. theCnt-Ofi. and
lnwimedlate landinvaop m.ranoia river.
The captain reaarvei, tbe r'ht to pari all
!andlnr Si dncma nnaafi JA8. LEK, Jr.,
Siiirlnfnrtnt. HOice. No. 4 Madlaon at
Meinphia and VIckMburg Packet I'om
pauj U. 8. Mall Line.
For Ilelena. Conoordia. Terrene and Arkan
laa tlitv The elegant paaaenger atean er
KATE ADAMS, rJ)&
M. K. Cheek. ..maater I W. U. Dlaokor.... lerk
EVKHY MONDAY and TIIURHPAY, at 6
p. m.. reaervlng the right to paaa all landing!
theoapta.B mayileein unaafe. For general
Intormation apply at office, Nn,4 Madieoa
atreet. S. VVALWOHT1I, Agent.
JOHN OABR. Paaa'r Arnnt. Telephone Vita.
Ot'KAM STr AMMIH'.S.
I'ook'a Kxruraion I'nrtlre leave la
April, May, June and July. Bend for Pro
lotllvldunl Tonrlal Tlcltela for travel
In Kurnpeand all parte of the globe. Pata
aage Tlrhxla by all linea of ateamera.
t ook'a Katinralonlat, with main, pub
llahod monthly, hy mail for Tan Ckth,
I II 111. C:OoH etr Nn,
2H1 Broadway, New York.
Tar 1$ yr ut 37 Court Place, now ai
Vet. Third and Fourth.
atUMWaaiVI, um praaiiM wa
&knuatorraM tnd Impotenoj,.
Vt tlin result of awlf-abuae) la 7ntA, Mltll Wwi 1M BAW
MM- Jpmr. orothtW OalUaar, kSll rttxlMlo WWCOi U. fafc-
owiog rflti'U. Narvouinm. ktaim.nfti fcoiiwu, i.i 4k
il' ii by drnjf), IHmueM of Wnbl, lHwU Um'. . TUf
il.-ftllica", I'liuiilMna Vte. AmMco i Koci-y TI'miH
Vnifiialuft of :te, Um at IMmisI PWf 4kh twn&tritf
nattU( ltnpro'rr nr ijiihirtr, tr Uertinh mad enue
irntlf nurrif C VPHI jL IS Pll,,rD,J' t,fl wl
''J IT (r-.ni lh ij-lem; GonorrbflA.
OLKET Klricfira, Urcklttt Itralk. m IWmZ
-'M. mud "thr irif(4 dlaMtri Qlckl auid.
tl tf terlf Jvi-laiil that tihjr iita Wtio pj rJ UaotitI
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No. 6107, R.D.-In the Cham-err Court o I
cneioy oouniy, iciin. aiiw u
neaaee for l La owu uae, ate., va. Mary A.
Drown et al. . . , , . ,
li t.oj.arini, rVnm hill whinh la fWiiro to la
thia caua that the defendant, John Hiddlea
ton, or lluddleton. ;a a rnaldent of the State)
of Louiaiana; that Wm. P. lUrton la a reat
dent of Mieaitaippi; that I). M. Oulioa ia a
reaidontof OeorgU: lhat Warren Truaa ia a
reaidant of Miamaaippi; that W. J. Phillip!
ia a reaident ol Mianaaippi, and all non-ret-idenu
ol Tenneaaee: and that Mra. A. T.
Uaynnr and huanand, A. T. Qayuor, are alao-non-reaidenta
of Tenneaaee 1
It ia therefore ordered, That they all maker
their appearance herein, at the courthouaa
of Hhelhy county. In Meuiphia, Tenn. , on or
before the Drat Monday in May, lH(W' and
lead, anewer or oemur 10 complainant e
III nr theaame will he taken for oonfeaimdl
aa to tbein ami aet for hearing eg pir'c: and
that a copy of thia order be publish one
a week, lor lour auciwaaive woeaa, in tia
Mempbia Appeal, inia aiat aayolJiarcn,
18i. A oony at teat:
S. 1 Aicuun ai.i., tiera ana aiiiaier.
By J. M Bradley, Deputy Clerk A Master
John Jubnaou, ool for eompln't. thu