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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1S8G.
EIMCE AND COMERCE.
HOEY 8 FEB CESTM HEW TORI
EXCHANGE 1-4 PBEXIIX.
Cotton Steady Middling
galea Yesterday, 1100
Bales.
9c-
Money is eaay at 8 per cent. Local
v securities steady. The cotton market
yesterday was steady, middling, 9c;
sales, 1400 bales. New York spots
closed firm, middling, 9 5-lGc. Greene
A Co. thus report the course of the
future market: "Liverpool report
were a trifle better than expected, and
this gave old crop very good aupport
with some covering especla ly lor nay
..ndJune. Thtre waa, however, an
increased disposition to sell the new
croD from now forward, owing to the
narrow differences and generally
favorable advices aa to the planting
and its condition. The late months
cloted about 3 points lower and barely
-steady."
At New Orleans spots closed firm,
middling 9c. futures steady and un
-changed. June 9 01c At Liverpool
apota were firm and in fair demand,
middling 6 3-16d, futures dull but
l-64d Wither ; May 6.08d. Receiptaat
hi point yesterday, 311 bales; thus
far this season, 530,219 bales, against
422,715 bales same time last year.
Stock, 63,540 bales. In the general
market sugar declined 1c to Cic for
Louisiana white clarified sugar. Other
articles unchanged. Eggs styidy at
. ll12c.
IMPORTS.
Fourteen brls beans and pea. 3
pkgs butter. 10 pigs bacon, 4050 bu
orn, 465 sks cotton-seed, 40 bdls cotr
ton ties, 68 pkgs dry goods, 37 pkgs
ma, 837 brls tlour, 130 hd sheep, 117,
' 000 ft lumber, 18 pkfcs liquors, 800 bu
oats, 182 brls sugar, 30 pkgs tobacco.
ELBVATOB REPORTS.
The following shows the amount of
rain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants Kxchance to-day:
Wheat none received, withdrawn or in
utore. Corn received, 7111 bu;with-
drawn, 10,238 bn ; in store, 79,827 bu ;
' Oats received, 1492 bu, withdrawn, 180
bu j in Btore, 7507 bu.
May
Jane..
JalT
August
September..
October 9 18
November. ..9 1-1
dull during the last hour, closing at
or near the lowest prices of the day.
Missouri Pacific wai the only stock
which advanced J, Jersey Central ad
vancing 4. Declines were numerous,
however, Lackawanna losing ) J, Erie
I, Louisville and aastmiie and JLiae
Shore U each Most of the other ac
tive stocks dropped from to 1 each.
Lackawanna was weak almost from
the opening to the close, the last price
showing an advance of onlv oer the
lowtst price ot tne day. ine same is
true of Delaware and Hudson, while
lteading was strong in the forenoon,
retaining most of its advance through
out the day. The grangers were no
ticeably weak in the morning, Dut
steady all the rest of the day.
The total sales oi stocas lo-oay ons
329.U21 shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna ana western, m,ioj,
Delaware and Hudson, 6845; Erie,
13,985; Kansas and Texas. 15,860;
Lake Shore, 60,430; Louisville and
Nuhville. 9470: Northwestern. 12,640;
New Jersey Centra', 7'J0; New York ,!jlowl.
r-w-l 7QHI1- Panifii. Mail. 6345: MlOilOWS.
Beading, W780; St. PauL 33,900:
8t Paul and Omaha, 3500; Texas and
Pacific, 3025; Union Pacific 10.965;
Western Union, 10,915; Northern
Pacific preferred, 9520; Oregon Trans
continental, 9680. The closing quota
tions were as follows:
OOTIBIMKTS.
if, coip, 125H-
PMi&cGtallwe.UTH.
bales. The closing quotations were as
lollowi:
Yesterday. Wednesday.
,.9.27(& 9.28 9 2tH4 9 27
.8.33 9 34
.9.43(5 9.44
.9 52(3 9.53
9.38(5) 9.39
ft 919
'4 9.15
9.32 9.33
9 i-MS 9.43
9 62(j 9.63
9.380 9.40
9.21(a 9.22
9.17(3) 9.18
9 20( 9.21
9.27(4 9 28
9 37a 9.30
9.47(2 9 49
December ...9.1
January 9.24($ 9.25
Febroary.....9.34(a 9 3ti
March 9.44. 9 46
The New 0 rleans epc t market open ed
quiet, and closed fiim. Kales, 2500
bale. Quotations were as follows:
Yesterday. Wednesday.
Ordinal y .71
Good ordinarv .8i 8
Low middling 81 8
Middling
Good middllnr. 91 1
The New Orleans futarw mark
opened tteady, and closed steady.
Balsa. 14,100 bales. Quotations were
U.S. Sa.lQl'f
4S. ooap, ItfX.
aoiDi.
U. lUmi 4i, Tl)t. Misioari, 6i. 101K.
Toon, tie, old, 54 Tena. 6a, new, ML ,
Cent. Pu. late, llv !. K.U.laU.UTX.
PaaAH.W.W.lu,7.i n econo,, iv.
a. ra. uie, "74
item eon., 141
.s.r.uoa.M.is
8. Paul, eon., MI. St.P.,0. 4. 1.U.1Z s
T. P. land rrnu, 35 T.P..R.O. tx ecu. iv
U. P. lit. 117. Wut Shore, Ntt,'.
STOCKS.
M..L.8.W.,pfd,T8V
Yesterday. Wednesday.
May. 8 9S5 8 94 8.9SW 8.SH
Joatw 01 9.02 9 01 ......
Joly 9.14(4 . W3(4 9.14
Auiost 9.18& ; 9 17& 9 18
September. 8 94(4 8 96 8 94(4 8.96
October 8 78(4 8.79 8 80(4 ......
November. 8.73(4 8 74 8.74& 8 75
December.. 8.77(a) 8.78 8.78(4 8 79
January...- 8 87 8.88 8 88 8 89
February... 8.9!k 9.00 9.00(4 9.01
DAILT PORT AND ISTBMOB MABBBTB.
PniH.H.w.l.Hiii arte ecom
M.K. A T..en 6a,lJNorth. Pm
Horth. Pae. 2d, W-i. N. Wtrteri
N.W..t,d.b.6i,10(-. St.L.S.F.d
AJm Kxprou, Ui.
Allefhxor Coo.,.
Allan t T. H , 39.
A AT. H.,p(d..t.
AmorinB Bx 103.
B. 0. K. AH..M.
C'antdk re.,M.
CnJ8oa..
Ceolrml Paoito.
AUoimpia, it.
Nuhrlll A C.. t'-i.
N.J.CntnU. 474.y
Nor. A W.,pfd.,28.
Northern Pio., V3.
North.rn P. ptd., M'i
N. Y. C. A St. li.,6.
N.Y.O A8t. b..p ,UH
C. it N. W 1(16.
C. AN. Wptd.,137X
N. Y. Contral, 00'A.
Ohio Central, I'j.
Ohio A Min.. 21.
0. A Mini., pfd.,1.
.. B.AU..131K- Ontario A noat.. 16,.
C. St. L. A N. 0., . Orefon iev.. Wr. .
C, St. h. A P., WW. Oreoa Trana..
C, St. L. A P., p.,2 Oron Imp., 20.
O.. 8. A v , 30. racino Ban, ot,
Galveston
N Orleans,
Mobile..,.
Savannah.
Charl'ston
Wilm'ton.
Norfolk....
Baltimore
New York
Boston....
Philad'a..
St Louis..
Augusta.
Ton.
quiet,
q'ti'm
quiet,
st'dy.
quiet,
quiet,
stay.
firm.
3aiet.
ull.
st'dy.
q't a'y
Kec
126
916
20!
1030
430
78
Prices
815-10
8
17789
9 3-16
200,9 6-16
25249
C. AO., 2d pld.,.
V. A A., l..
C. A A . Pld., 15.
C., U. A U..
Stock.
24,778
161,03t
26,539
23,912
25,930
4,600
31,724
26,386
308.903
6,310
17,138
61,021
Receipt at porta, this day, lS&i. 8.685
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 1,818
CONSOLIOATID fcTATlMlMT.
C. AC. 46.
Del. A Hod ,94 !4.
Del., b, A W., VXfli.
Den. ARiotf., 15i.
Brie, 2tv.
Kripfu.,53i.1
EaetTenn., l.
GaitTenn. ptd. 3.
Fort tvayne, liu
Pimmi. UK.
Peoria, D. A E
Pittknr.
Pullman P. C, 127.
Mend id i, 21!-,.
Ko:k laiand, 123.
St. L. &.., 17.
St. L. A S. F..P..38.
st. h.it e. r..istp.w
R'ts U. 8
potts,6 dys
Kr. Or. Br
Stock
R'taSapM
1886.
35,294
52,302
663 .844
5,077.3?6
1885.
For'gn Ex '3,6r0,460
6,900
16.952
523 07
4,663 075
3,529,11
1884.
13,520
10,167
541,002
4.722,693
3,488.654
Mav, 33c; June, 33i33c, closing at
33S(433Jc: July, 34K34Jc, closing at
34Jc nominal Oats, very dull Dut
firm; No. 2 mixed, caih, 29(29 Jc;
May, 29c; June, 29cbid. Rye strong;
62c bid. Barley unchanged. Hay dull
and steady; prairie, to 75(47 75;
timothy, $11014. Flaxseed weak,
at $1 01 1. Bran quiet and steady, at
5253o, Cornmealeteady,tl75()185.
Receipts Flour.2000 brls ; wheat, 9000
bu; corn, 24,000 bu; oats, 21,000 bu;
rye, 2C00 bo; barley, none. Ship
ments Flour, 8000 brls; wheat, 2000
bu; corn, 41,000 bu; oats, 13,000 bn;
rye, 1000 bn ; barley, none.
Afternoon Board. Wheat w.ak and
K Jo lower. Corn, c lower. Oata,c
lower.
Chicago, Iia., Msy 6. Interest
turned to wheat again to day, and the
market waa quite active. The tone,
however, wsa very weak, and the ten
denrvoi values quit sharply down
ward, wheat declining 1 ic. About the
only period of comparative strength
was soon after the opening, when June
remained elasely around 80c, but theit
waa such a decided absence of buying
orders that inside ef fifteen minutes
the market beizan Its downward coarse.
and kept it op, with little or bo inter
mission, until the close of the morning
session. The decline, all the way
fmm fifa down to 781c onlv seemed to
briM out more wheat. The 1 o'clock
lnaa waa week, at only fractional
recovery from bottom prices. In the
Marnann the market do ted still easier.
The lncreate shown la the amount of
vraia nn iieaMire waa eeeina in its ef'
(acta. Corn followed the general
course of wheat and declined Jo, cloe
ln a little heew. Flour dull and un
changed. Wheat active, weak and
lower; sales ranged: May, 76 5(477 Ic,
fllnwd at 76)c: June. 78K480ic
closed at 78 jc; July, 80j381,c, closed
at 801c; No. S spring, 76jc. Corn,
easiert caab.34ic: Mey.S4J(435c,closed
at 34fe: Jane. 36(436k. closed at
SHln: Jnlv. 37(437Io. cloeed at 371o.
Oat dull; ash, 29J29io, clwed at
291c; June, 29J29jc, closed at y.'jo,
No. 2, 69c. Flaxseed, steady ; No. 1
Si 03. Race Dts Flour. 8000 Dris
wheat. 14.000 bu : corn. 41.000 bu ; oats,
45,000 bu; rye, 1000 bu; barley, 9000
bu. Shipments Flour, 11,000 brls;
wheat. 109,000 bu; corn, 106,000
bu: oat. 142.000 bu; rye, 1000 bu
t ,rl MVK1 hn.
Aftmtm Board. Wheat faior
June, 783c. Pork eaaier; June, 9 10.
9 Madison St., Memphis, Teno.,
n..nik.l A Si Jn.. C. M. A St. P..S3H.
U. A St. Jo., pfd.. - C. M. A 8t. Pj.p.,117
Harlem, 213. St. P.. M. A M., 111.
Hnufton AT.. 3D
Illinoii Cen., IM'i
Iod.,B. A W.. 21Vi.
Kanit A T., 23.
Lake K. A W., m.
Lake enure, 7b H.
DEALER IX
STOCKS AND BOOTS g
aaM-Correepondenee eollctted. Iafor-
matlon ebeerrally faraiUbea.-s
FINANCE.
Money in good den and at 8 per cent.
The Clearing-Houae report is as fol
lows: clearings.
Thursday, May 6th, 1224.329 55 ; thus
far this week, $1,027,79 1 91; lame
time but weer, 1095,220 93; same
day In 185, $720,879 63; same dsy in
1834, $693,173 13.
balances.
Thursday, Mav 6th. $78,431 14; thus
far this week, $310,162 27; same time
lait week, $191,265 12; same day in
1885, $141,407 94; laoae day in 1884,
:$IJ4,097 29.
IXCHANOa.
New York siRht on all points, par
buying. premium selling; New
England demand, i discount buying;
New England sight, k discount; New
Orleans,! discount buying, par selling.
BAHK STOCKS.
Bank of Oommerce..l49 bid, 152 asked
First National 145 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 192 bid, 19o asked
tate National 145 b d, 150 asked
Jnion and Plantere..l49 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank... 135 bid, 137, asked
HMTOBaHCl STOCKS.
Ht. P. A Omaha.
Ht.Paul AO.pld..l01S.
Tex;u Paolfie, '.
I'nion Paoifio, 4S,,.
U. b. Kxpreaa. 58.
W., St. L. A P.,J4.
W.,8t L. A P. ,p..lH
W. A F. Ex., liu.
W. U.Tel., 62
Co'orado Coal,
llomeatike, 20.
Iron Mlver, ltfu.
Unurio,
Oaickailver, 6.
Quiokailver pfd, 20.
South Pacific. .
Sutro, li.
.100 bid, ... asked
...101 bid, 103 asked
72 bid, 75 asked
.102 bid, 105 aeked
81 bid, 81 asked
98 bid, 10 J asked
105 bid, ... aeked
21 bld,22i asked
35 bid, ... asked
20 asked
Bluff City
.Hernando.......
Borne
Memphis City,
Peoples
Pbcenix
Planters
VanderbiM...
Arlington....
Factors
MI'CBLLAMBODS.
M. and C. R.R.sbaree..30 bid, ... asked
;M.& T. R.R. sbares....40 bid, ... asked
: M. & C. consols, 7S...116 bid, asked
M. & L. R. lt m. 8S...110 bid, ... asked
Mi8S.AT.R.R.cs,A...120 bid, 122 aakcd
Miss. AT.R.Rc,B...106 bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wta.ser. O ..97 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D to J-82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6i- 106 bid, 107 asked
. Tax. Diet. 4, 6i 93 bid, 94 asxeo
-Tax. Diet 6s 102 bid, 102 asked
1". Mem.8wjr.Com.Co-lU bid. 113 asked
f Mem. Gas stock..... .77 bid. 80 asked
Mem. Oas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bends.....96 bid, ... asked
anauerOil Works b d, 65 asked
A.m.Oot. Oil trusts. ..28 bid, 28 atked
Pioneer Gotten Mills... 17 bid, 20 aaked
Naw Yowt, May 6. Money on call
aay at 23 per cent Prime mercan
tile paper, 4 tf5; sterling exchange
lll iTrsteadv at 4.86! for 60 days,
-nd 4 89 for demand.
Bonds -Government bonds were
-dull and steady; State bonds were
. nominal; railread bonds were heavy
. to weak early in the forenoon, but be--came
strong in the afternoon, re
covering tbe losses. Northwestern
.sinking fund 5's are up t at 108.
Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore
. lsts are down 3 at 10", and Indiana,
Bloomington and Western lsts 4 at
100. .
Stocks While labor news was of
. great interest in stock dealings it an
. not be said that it was a controlling
i interest because of the conflicting
. character of the information. Several
i stories were in circulation regarding
the spreading of strikes in new neius,
like the New York Central and the
anthracite coal fields. Both stories
lost their pow.T, however, and th n
denials were promptly issued by the
officials of both interests. The
market was irregular at the opening,
though toe majority of the active list
showed advances of L the l.tter
Lackawanna, New York Central and
Delaware and Hudson, while several
remained attive in the early dealing,
and although there were a few slight
hp first few minutes, the
O V w " x " - , j
market soon became weak aod con
tinued so throncliout the first hour,
Lackawanna bi-ing conspicuous in the
decline. This was followed by a
quiet and rather lirm market until
afternoon, when there was a repeti
tion of the activitv and weakness of
the first hour. Towards 2 o'cloc k
there was another fractional rally,
1 but the market was heavy and
Lou. A Naah., M'i.
Lou. A JN , A..W.
M. AO., 1st ptd ,
M. AC.,2dld.,
Mem. AChar.,2).
Mich Central, M.
. A tit. L., is,.
A St. L., Did.. 42
Mo. Pan., 16.
Mobile AO., 10.
Morrii A K., 142
M.,h.B. A W.,48.
LoNDOjr, May 6. Consols, 101 5-10
for monev. and 101 J for the ac
count. United States bonds, 4s, 12Ht.
The amount of bullion withdrawn
from the Bank of England on balance
to-day was 129,000. The bullion in
the Bank of England decreased 364,
512 during the past week. The pro
portion of the Bank ol Kngland re
serve to liability is now 39 3-10 per
cent. ...
Paris, May 6. Three per cent,
rentes, 82f. 72c for the account. Toe
weekly statement of the Bank of
France shows an increase ol 22,000,000
francs gold and 943,000 francs silver.
BANK CLIABIN'OS.
Naw Oslbans, La., May 6. Bank
clsarings, $1,199,212.
Naw Yobk, May 6. Clearings, $108,
606,290; balances, $4,542,040.
Baltimore Md., May 6. Clearings,
$1,945,218; balances, $330,715.
Philadelphia, Pa , May 6. Clear
ngs, $7,682,846; balances, $1,155,698.
CaicAoo, Ilu, May 6.-Clearings,
$8,710,000. Money rates Bhow practi
cally no change.
Boston, Mass., May 6. Clearings,
$13,093,129; balances, $1,441,570.
Rates for money 2 to 3 per cent.
St. Louis, Mo., May 6. Clearings,
$3,042,603; balances, $665,790. Ex
change on New York firm at par to
25 cents premium.
COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton' market opened
steady, and closed steady; middling,
9c. Bales, 1400 bales, of which 400
were to exporters and 1000 to spin
nerfc KXC8ASOK QUOTATIONS.
Yeeterdav.Wednesoay.
Ordinarv "i ?i
finnA Ortlinarv 8 8
Low Middling 8 8
UilKniF 9 9
Good Middling A..9 9
Middling Fair 10 10
Fair.- 3om. Nom.
husik 6iio8
uumj ...",v"- ,
8tains. tinges .78 '8
COrrON 8TATIMENT.
MKarau. Mar,18H.
Stock Sept 1,1885.... 1,392
Shelved to-day 311
fi1SiTdpWTionaly...629,908 631,611
Shipped to-day 1,089
8hipped previoualy....466,982
Stock running account
, ,, Import.
Thus far this week.. -
Thus tar last week
Since September 1st -
M. and C. R. R
M. andT.R.R
L. and N. R. R
M. and L. R. R R
o . O A S. W. R. R
L. N. O. and T. R. R
M., 8.&B.R.R.
Steamers
Wagons and other soutcea...-
Increaie of receipts this year....4 14,201
The Liverpool spot market at noon
was reported tirm and in fair demand.
Sales, 12 000 bah, of which American
10,000 bales. Receipts, 11,000 bales, of
which American 10,100 bales.
At 2 p.m : Prices were advanced on
all grades hut middling. The follow
ing are the closing quotations: Ordi
nary, 4 7-16d; good ordinary, 4 13-10d;
low middling, 5d; good middling,
5 7-16d : middling uplands, 6 3-10d ;
middling Orleans, 6Jd.
Thr prim are givrn in penct and 64i,
Ihut: 4 63 mean 4 63 01f; onf 5 01
mriiui 6 l-64.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
ctao.lv. Ouotntions were as fol
lows: May, 5 08: May-June, 5 OH;
June-July, 6d; July-August, , 5 10;
AiigU8t-.Sei)temler, 5 lOd; September
fi 05d October-November,
; November-December, 5 Old; Sep
tember, 5 lid.
At 2 p.m. : Liverpool futures were
firm. May, 6 OHd buyers; May-June,
5 08d buyers; June-July, 5 08U Dity
ere; July-August, 5 09d buyers; A u-gust-September,
5 lid buyers; Sepiem-ber-October,
5 Olid values; October
November, 5 0.M buyers; November
December, 5 Old buyers; Septcmlier,
5 12d sellers.
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
dull and 16ld higher. May, 5 08d sell
ers; May-June, 5 08d sellers; June
July,5 OHd buyers; July-August, 6 09d
buyers; August-September, 6 lOd buy
ers ; September-October, 6 OOd sellers ;
October-November, 5 02d buyers; No
vember-December, 0 Old Duyers ; .Sep
tember, 5 11 buyers.
GENERAL TRADE
rOTUBB DUU,
The following is the record of the
bids and offers at the session of the
Call Board of the Mercnants .ax
change yesterday:
CORN.
No 2, white, May, 39c asked; June,
41c asked; July, 42c asked; No. 2,
spot, 38c asked; May, 38c asked;
June, 39c asked ; July, 40c asked.
oats.
No. 2, white, May, 34Jc asked;
No. 2, May, 33Jc asked; June, 34c
asked.
BRAN.
May, $13 asked; June, $13 asked.
COBJIUBAL.
Kni ti Oft asked : Mav. $1 95 asked ;
June, 2 asked ; July, $2 10 asked.
A!-
roasted, 2 higher; shelled, 10c
monda, lsuc.
Picxlbs in jar, pints, n-ic ; qnaru,
$1 60; balf-callons, VI 75; gallons,
$3 75; lone, barrels, fo: ball-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
half-barrels, $6.
Raisins London lsyers, $3 40; liv
ers, r-' 73 ; iaiiiornia, ; imperial,
$3 504-
ihecans itxai, (:"iuc lor email to
medium, lOHc lor latge; Arkansas,
3"c.
Walhcts French, 10c; Naples,15c;
Orenoblee, 15c Filberts. 12c
Cidib Missouri. I7(7 50 per bar
rel and $44 50 per half-barrel ; Vine
gar. ll16c per gallon.
Pooltby turkeys, per dozen, $12
ftl6; chickens, $3 50.
Fur aiacaerei, nan-Darreis, no. i,
$4 60(5; No, 2. $3 25; No. 3, tl 75;
10-lb kit, JNo. l, hoc; no. z, voc; iio
No. 3, 60c. Dry herrin;s, family, 30c
per box.
U AMI venison, wqoib, owc, bwu
dies. 6(31 Sc: bear. 60Hc; wild turkeys.
6075c; ducka, $3; nalrrela, 75c;
quails, $75cll ; prairie cnickena, v;
game flab, ll(4U'c.
a 'Dteauy, msi-c.
HOMM AIM ( LBS.
Horses -Good driving. $150(3225
good saddle, $140300; plugs, 35
80: irood mares. $35AI40.
Mi'Lis 14 to ir, aiiuymo; ia to
i,). ar.'.MaiiKi: lot to to, iiouan
Good demand ; supply fair.
COTTOH BEE OIL, ETC.
Sbkd -Delivered at depot and wharf,
18 tier ton: on bank of river (f. o. b.
lxuttKiii: waironat mills. IS: Mbal
Prime (f. o. h.h $15 ner ton. I-ess
than car-load lots. $16. From store,
90e per sack. Oak a Nominal, $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lota, prime,
crude C. S. oil, 2H22c; prime sum
mer yellow, 26J2c; oB-summer yel
low, 2.'2e; miners' ; choice
cooking summer yellow, 2630c.
WHIHKY, WIS KM, LIOCORM, KTl'.
WnisKv-Stralght Kentucky Bour
Iwn, $1 60; rye, $1 766; domes
tic, IKKKJII 50.
St. Louis, Mo., May 6. Whisky
firm at $1 10.
Chiiaho, III., May 6. Whisky
steady at $1 14.
Cincismati, O., May' 6. Whisky
qu'et at $1 10. Sales of 603 barrels
of finished goods on this basis.
RIVERS AD STE1S1B01TS
Cii tit
M (J
V UU River.,
N'W Ortaani
Ck ur...
8 1 L uii
ITUlia LEATISU
THIS DAY.
PiaiK C. l'tiv, 5 p.m.
K. W. Coi . S p.m.
SATl'RDAY.
..Fidpii Roaissox.5 p.m.
,..ClTT Miw Om.iAXa.2 p.m
.O'V or Paoviiiisci, S p.m
Will 8. llivs.op. m.
NOTICE TO SUIPPEKS.
- Owlnc to the hick water. Ue lUamer
LiEABT ADAMS will leare for Helena an
Irian Point every M0HDAY and THURS
DAY at 3 o'clock p.m. i and for 0kw1 aoi
lold Dart every WEDNESDAY and bAI-
RDAY at W o'clock am., antil further
notice.
FKOVHtlONa).
Bptteb Creamtry, 3034c; dairy.
15(a20c; butterine, 13(l' 15c; country
vitolH. arrnrd na ts condition.
Chbesb Prime flts, 7c; New York
fsrtnrv. Bo: lull cream, r.'lc; i. a
Mem Pork Old. 19 per bairal
new, $10 2510 60 per barrel; sugar-
cured oamj, pacaea, wioioc; oren'
tt beacon. 7i(3iio; clear lib bacon
616jc.
Bulk Pork Cloar sides, 5,(a6c;
clear rib sides, 6(3fMc; long clear,
55jc; shoulders, 44jc.
Lard Tierces, ei'SOc; half-barrels,
c; half-buckete,6jrA6Jc; 50-lb tins,
6tljc; 20-lbtins,6j(Sjilc; 10-lb tins,
610jc; 6-lbtins. Oiiyjojc; a-iu tins,
60ic; choice kettle, tierces, 6J
6Jc.
St. Louis, Mo., May 6 Provisions
quiet but firm. Pork higher at $0 30
(n)9 40. Lard easier, 6.705Jo. Bulk
meats steady; loose lots long clesr,
51c; short rib, 5.35o; Bhort clear, 5jo.
Rnvnl lots nnchaneed. Bacon firm;
long clear, 6s; ahott ribs, 6.80c; ahott
clear, 5.056c. Hams strong, 9()l2c.
Butter unchanged. Kgga,7(S7c.
Chicago. III.. May 6 Mess pork
quiet and easy ; cah fit 05 : June, $9 10
&) 20, closed at $9 12; July, $9 20
9 25, closed at $9 20. Lard quiet; cash,
6J5 90c; June, 5.925.95c ; July, 6
6 02c, closed at 6 02c Short rib
sides steady; cash, 5.27c Boxed
meats steady ; dry salted shoulders. 4
4.10c: short clear sides, 5 565.60o.
On the Produce Exchange butter ruled
easier; creamery, 15(20c; dairy, 13
Afternoon BoarJ -Pork eaay; June,
$910. Other markets unchanged.
FETKOLEf At MAHUET. .
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Clkvkland, O., May 6. Petroleum
quiet ; 8. w., 110, 72c
PiTTHiiritti, I'a., May .-Petroleum
dull but firm Na ional ta.l c r-
tillcates oiMnedat73ic; elostdat 73Jc;
highest, 73ic ; lowest, 731c
HinKS) AND l'Olll.TltY.
IInKs-I)rv Hint, 12J'S.liie; dry
suit. 10(iM2c: irreensalt. tif.ftic; green,
6i(M(c; deer skins, I6(rfil7c; wildcat,
'i40c: fox. 25('il7Ac. skunk, 25(n
7'h!. Beeswax, l8Q?2lc; tallow, 3
3c
BAUJIM1 ANIt TiKtt, t.TU.
BAimisti Ju'e, dj'S'llc; Hiik', 0J(3
tni,v nccordinirto weiirht. Ties, 11 15
1 20.
Naiis-52 40 2 65.
BOEBIBk
Rnnu. Tnmmon 8(3i8k: ordinary.
I lt9c; prime Rio, lie; choice to tan-
ffV. 11H4130; Oiu KJVOiumoui,
35c; Ceylon, 20c
H.AiHaLneG ui mjuuu,
BcoAB-Pure whit, 6.0; off white,
63()6c: yellow, 6J6! open ketUe,
OaWIOi rouii 1 b : ;
powdered,
cut loaf,
77c;
Salt $1 201 30 per barrel ; sacks,
An tl RO; coarse. $1 10: Dockets,
bleached, 2(a)7o; car-loads from levee
nr rlanot. 6c cheaner.
Molassbs Louisiana, common to
fair, 2030c; prime to choice. 3040c ;
syiup,2040c; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 33c
Tobacco Common, 11-lnch, 25
30c: other grade and styles, 3585c
RiBiiDiFS. flanflT Garrett's. I1U 80 per cane
CoB-White, 47c; mixed. 46c, from Ralph's, $10 26 per caee: R. R., $9 60.
. from levee or depot, white. 44o ; CABDiH-SUcks, all sizes, ia boxes,
mixed, 42o; in eacka,in round lots,
white, 42c: mixed, 40c
Hay Choice,! rom store,85c; prime,
7680c ; prairie, 60o; round lots from
levee or aepor, cuuiun, i-niy-t w
nalla end harrels. 71(5181.
1 limn-run vvixuh luvviuivi
Cahmbo Goone, Etc. Prices per dox-
Pineapplea, fl (H41 00; peacnes,
2-lb. tandard, $1 2501 40; seconds,
Trime $13013 60; prairie, $8 60. $1 1001 15; tomatoes, 211), rtandard,
P oTw-VftlU, 4:; rnliX 38e, $lU0;3.1b,$115;rtr.wrrir.$ia
466,071
63,540
. 1,470
. 1,382
.630,219
100
68
38
39
6
tfnra' round lota from levee on
track white, lacked, 37c; mixed,
tacked, 35c. .
Ream From it ire. 8oc per cwt, ;
round loU from levee, $14 75015 per
BBAWS-Navv, $t 7502; medium,
$1 6001 75; German millet, $1 200
1 CoanMaiL-Standard, $2 1C02 25;
pearl, $303 25 from store, 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or traca. .
Bits Louisiana, 4(ooc; Carolina,
Oatmbal In balf-barrels, $303 25
i.ivk nrocia.
CATTi.K-Choiee to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 44'c; good,
a.'fSU!.-! eho're k-ass-fed, 3.Un)3jc;
Bond, 3t&3c; fair to ineliutn, 2J0
lr common, i(w
llOOS VJIlOlCe, .l4l!1C, gU'l, onKu.
3c ; common, 303Je
SHBBI' l"liolce, -Hi'tijc; nieuniin, o
(ei)3c; common, $101 60.
Kansas City, Mo., May 6. Hie
Lim Mock Mieator reports: Cattln
Receipts, 764 head ; Bhipnien s, none;
market active and 10c higher 1 r ship
ninir ami hntchera' : oihers firm;
choice to fancy, $6 1005 30; fair to
good, $4 60o; common 10 meuiuin,
a 44 60; stockers and feeders, $3 40
04 30; cows, $2 6003 60. Hogs-receipts,
8901 toad; shipments, 4518
head ; choice firm ; common and mixed
5o lower; good to choice, 13 80 M 95;
common to medium, $3 45(3.1 70.
Sheep -receipts, 870 head ; shipments,
none: market firm; good to choice,
$3 5004 50.
Chicago, III., May O.-Tho Dro
tier' Journal reports: Cat'Ie Ko
reipts, 4000 head; shipments, 1000
head; market strong and 10016c
higher; Bhipplng steers, 050 to 1500
pounds, $4 250.r; stockers and feed
ers, $ 30475; cows, bulls and mixed,
$2 2504 25; bulk, $303 60 ; through
Texas cattle, $3 Mil 75. HoiA-lte-ceipts,
13.0U0 head ; shipments, 4000
head ; market stronger and a shade
higher; rough and mixed, $3 70
4 25; packing and shipping, $.I9o0
a qi. linht.M 76(34 30: skips. $2 50
3ii sn Hlinnn Iteiwitits. 16t0 head ;
shipments, none ; markut strong hear
' . A.-a nfM III.
Ing natives, a zngui - .
BIW TOBK DBY IMD HAEIiET
Mn York. Mav 6. Except for
small request by some Southern mar
kata the general trade has been ex
ceptionally quiet, and the onlv busi
ness of importance leached througn
delivery on wn'r""'.
MOVEXE IB AT THE LBV EE.
Arrival. Dean Adams, soeola ;
Rene Macready, fct. rrnncis nver;
Coahoma, Madison; Gaycso, Tipton-
vil'e.
Di Dari ure. Dean Adams, t rlars
Point : Kate Adams. Arkansas City ;
Coahoma, Madiaon ; Gayoeo, Tipton-
vine.
B&U in Jort. Rene MacreaJy.
Boait Ihte Down Arkansas City,
Ohio and Guiding Star.
BoUt Ihte Up ituts V. iirown, r..
W.Cole, City of Vicksburg and Fred
die Robinson.
HvMlpM Teaterdar.
Rene Macready I bales cotton, 180
ska seeds and tot of sundries.
Dean Adams 1 bale cotton, 4 bags
teed cotton, 6 hd stock and 40 pkgs
sundries.
TV TUBE MOVES BET.
Tub O. Line steamer Guiding Star,
Cant. Frank Stein, is due down to
day bound for New Orleaos.
Thb Dean Adams. Capt. Henry
Cooper, will pass up to-morrow morn
ing lor tweeota and me upper mioiu
Tn K. W. Cole. Cant. Ed Nowland,
ia the Memphis and Little Rock rail
road boat this evening at 6 o'clock for
Madison.
Tin Anchor Line packets to-morrow
evening are City of Providence for
VU'ksbunr ami tne city 01 new Or
leans for New Orleans.
Thk Will 8. Havs. Capt. Wm
Bilker, will niuis up to-morrow even
inn at 6 o'clock for Cairo and St.
..... 1 t l. l-
Louis. J. K. aiasiengaie is ner ciei
TnK O. LinosUamcr Taris C.Brown
Capt. John S. Pattorson, will pass up
this evening at 6 o'clock for Cairo,
Itn si-ilia. C nc nnati and all inter
miMliiitH Dolnta on the Ohio river,
Chris, ti. Young has charge of her
office.
Tn Ohio. Cunt. M. M. DiM'lU. is th
packet to-dav at 12 o'clock for Cairo,
lninvillH. tHncinnati and all way
lamlinirs on the Ohio river. Hany
lrr,.tnr nml Huriv Best are her clerks,
The Ohio will uive cheap rates to all
points North and Kast.
Tub Freddie Robinson, Capt. Milt
R. llarrv. is tho packet to-morrow
evening at 5 o'clock for all pomta on
wiiltn Hvnr. noiiiir throiuih to New-
,1 matin if connections with
luu-beta for tinner White and B'uc
rivers. Albert McGhee is in herollice,
UENERAI HEWN.
Bi'simess quiet.
Wkatiikb cloudy with heavy rains,
Tub railroad boat Coahoma was I
and out on time yesterday.
I'c .n.Tu In- Hvnr viwtordav. 5 bill
nl r-nttnn. 4 hncs of seed cotton ami
100 sacks of seed.
Tun Kntn Adams departed last even
ing for Arkansas City with a good trip
of freiirht and full ol people.
Tub Raymond Homer, with a o'K
tow coal, passed down yesterday
morning lor New Orleans.
Tub Ohio arrived hist night from
Cincinnati with 250 tons miscella
neous freight, and returns to-day.
Thb liver here stands 25 feet and
2 tenths on the gauge, a fall of 1 foot
and 0 tenths lrst twenty-lour Hours.
Tub Dean Adams passed down yes
terday evening for Friar s Point, anil
will pass up to-morrow morning for
Osceola.
Thb Gutdiog Star is In command of
Capt. Frank Stein this trip, Upi.
ll.xrlur Imvinir stopped Oil' tO look
after his summer resorta near Cincin
nati. .
Memphis Cincinnati P'k't Co.
FOE DATE OXLT!
Bzouralon Xl-at I
rrw Tbe Elea-ant
;jB3n Steamer
Commencing
May lit.
Buckeye State, Ohio A J as. W. Gaff.
Thll Company will tell ROvHD TKir
ICKETa from MewpkU W LmUtUM,
Cincinnati, and all Maatera Ciuea, at
. , d i a a) ....
CINCINNATI KAY tiSTIYAL
Commencing May lttb, U SSJ Uolle.
with FeeUTai CheraJ ei ,
IMTralVelTWaa4aa gm rt
r ve Artaena. .
During the coming W 4artCleeiaail will
be rar attractive to Tllller.
T- Ttekete lael.4e Meala aal Sjau reeml.
Hetarn tlekeu ge4 en ear i tea na.
Baea boat earrtoe a tie Stria BaaA.
STEAMBOATS.
JAS. I.KB. Bup't.
BOATS LIAVX MIMrHIS
Meadays aa4 T.r4a;s at S P..
For Information Inqalra orQ. B- BUS
ifd, Agaat, U lteaie.V.fcpkU.
FOR CAIRO AWD 8T. L0UI8.
Far Cairo, BU Lenl War LaMisce
Will 8. nayaVTV
Ilk, at a p.m. For rri-ht or J""? Pl".
It. rl.l.L, rm. gt. wnniwrw, nwnm
FOR VIOKHBURO.
kt. Lomleama " Wrlemme !
l.lmev-1. m. aimii run vivajpurt.
City of Providence, -r!Tk
Uee. Oarrell.... muter. .?7'a1 1
Will lu the Elevator BAlUKD.l.. Jiti
th, atp.m. For freight or paaiage apm
C. L. H rm. Ml. ft" nrimm. nap n
FOR LOUISVILLE A CINOINWATI
Honthera TranenorUtloa Co.-O. Linj-ror
Cairo. Loaiivilla end ClnolnneU Mr. .
Paris C. Brown,
J. 8. PatteMon.. . .... .maater.Wy
Will leave rrttUAi, wiii '
For freight or paae apply to C. B. KU8
BKLL. Aaent, li MaOiton (t. Telephone UI.
Jn H. rKi.'i riwwMj.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
HI Loala atmel rlM "'
l.laa I , n. ataii rua nan
City ot New Orleans i-fS
Will leave thelHIevator SATI HDaV, May
8th. at J n. m. For trail
0. L. IUi.i.. P.m.Ag t.
For trelght or Parian apply
. . A II UTilH M Hitn't.
Bonthern Tran. portatloa Co.-O. LineFor
Vickaburg. Natohee and New Orleane 8tr.
Uiiidliig HUxr Lf!Th
3. D. lleglcr .. master, mTrt' nun i'ii i n
wm i.... WHlllAV. Mav lib. t lim.
r IrelKht or aMagePI"r v. . iviio
LL, Ag't, U Madiion at. Telephone W.
For
FOR TIPTONVILL
For 0oeola, liale l'olnt, Carutherivllle,
Uayoio and Tlptonville The new iteiimer
W. P. Hall matr I J. D. Fuller clerk,
Will leave af above, and all way point,
KVK11Y MTiY and THUKHOaV at 4
p.iii. For j for panaage applyne board.
F0It WlIMEUnS.
MILT II 4 BUY'S t a
Memphis, W bite A Black Elver Packet
For Helena, DeVall Bluff, De le. :a-
gaita. wewpon ana uiw.,iii..- -and
eletant illewheel pMMBger ateaner
Freddie Koomson, ilkaBfi
una It . . trtaVEtar
will I..,. KVErnV'SAWRDAY at o'elook
oonigned to Mill UarrLina,Memphi. w l
ha uromntl lorwaraea. v,..r uuiua,
iiepnone
ToUl 311
Exprrtt.
Thus far this week 4.463
Thus far last week .5'xJ?
Since September la... oo.un
349
5)7
183
M.and C.R.R..
I.. andN.R.R....
C., O. and S. W. R. K..
...1,080
Total
New York spots opened iteady and
closed firm. Sales, 1200 bales. Quo
tations were as loiiows
Yesterday,
rdinary . 6 11-16
Good ordinary. 8 1-1(1
Low middling. X
Middlina 9 516
Goodmiddlinj. 1
Middling lair. ..10i
Fair .-...11 1-16
nm York fiilnrps orjened dull, and
closed barely stedy and 1 to 3 points
lower than eanesiiay. oa:e
Wednesda).
6 11-16
8 1-16
8
9
91
10J
11
from store.
Cbackbd Whbat In half-barrels,
$3 60 from store.
Flour In car lot, double eitra,
2 $33 50; triple extra, S3 25; family,
7 $375(34; choice, 14 254 35; fancy,
46 4 50(M 70; extra fancy, f4 9O0j5;
patents, $5 255 65 ; from store,
family, 4(?4 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90; extra fancy, 5
5 25; patents, 15 50t3l6 25.
Uomirt and Gbits From store, $3
3 2i. ,
Csacbbbs Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7 Jc; ginger snsps, extra,
Scjeiflger snap, treble extra, 6c; es
sirted jumbles, 9j.
Kansas Citv., Mom May 5. Wheat
lower; No. 2 red, cash, 60c; June, 64Jc,
Jnly, 60c bid. Corn, quiet; No. cash,
25jc; June, 'lie. u.rt-no quotations.
St. Ixiuis, Mo , May 6. Flour steady
and unchanired. heat fairly active,
but lower ; the market opened easy and
declined i(jc, later recovered a frac
tion of the loss, hot weakened iiraia
end closed J(?'sc lower than yeeterday;
No. 2red. cash.86ic: Mav. Stiic: June,
871W;87Jc, closing at 87j(a87 Jc ; Jul',
8-JJfi-82,c, clomuK at 8'2Jc; August,
81 jS2Jc, closing at 82c Corn dull atid
lower, vrcaB, cicHing j');c lower tnan
yetterday ; No. 2 mixed, cash, 3:'c bid;
(41 4U, raepoeme), i luvyi uiu
wrioeL mat 15: aTeMnaea.il 60(a)
1 75; pears, 22 25; plums, 81 60
1 7a; unmrasna. t2 60W4: itreea corn,
tll 35; green peas, i- 2; cove
oye, inb weRwb, $11 10;
cove oysters, fall waitht, 2-lb, tl 75
1 85; cove oysteri, haht weight, 1- b,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, t& 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, 6.
Baltmobb, May 6. Coffee quiet;
Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair, 8j9c.
Havana, May 6. 8ugar Owing to
the action of speculators; the market
is firm.
Nbw Yobk. May 8. Coffee spot
fair Bio dull, 82c; options doll and
and slightly lower; siles, 4500 bags;
May, 7.40c; June, 7.35e; July, 7jc;
a nonet to January. 7.20c. Sugar dull
and nominal; ri fined quiet and
atnadv. fair to good refining. 65)2c:
tanderd A. 6ic: confectioners' A, 64
MSc: aranulated, 6f(5)6Jc. Molasses
dull and nominal ; 60" teat, 18 Jc,
steady and in fair demand.
Kice
5-16
1-16
,41500
HOCREUVLD SIFPLIEN.
Apples Apples, tl 50(3 from
store; $1 25$2 per car-load from levee
or depot, une'i appifs, o-c per
ponnd from (tore. Dried peacnes, o
4c from store.
Potatoes Potatoes. tl2 from
store. Sweet potatoes scarce, 12 75 per
brl. Peas, $1 6001 75 per bushel.
Vboetablm Onions, $2 753
from store ; $2 50(3)2 60 from levee or
dpmr. CahhaM. $2 75(513 rtr crate.
Krsut, barrel, $"5 50; half-barrels,
$2 75(33. Uarlic, 4060c per 100.
Turnips, 50c per bushel.
Fbuit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
California, $4; Messina, 13 50(5,5 per
box; lmperia's, I55 60 per box.
Lemons. S.V.i'j per box. Banana
tl2 50 Fer bunch. Cocoanuta'
14 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, "Jc;
Tennessee, farmers' stock, 3lc;
a "we . -a
of beTnefht
Indlsputed In the BROAD CLAIM
IEHI BEST OPERATTIC,
QUICKEST SELIM,
EiBDSOMEST
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
EVER PLACED ON MALE.
ah
FOR SALE BY
H. WETTER & CO., Agents
Nrm phla. Tnfi.
USoe 12 Malioe at
hone 27
RIVBR AMD WEATBBB.
Officb 8ioal Bbbvicb, U. 8. A.,
Mbmpuis, May 0, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
nl all Stat one nametl at lt- menumu
time, which la one hour faster th
Memphis time:
STATIONS.
Cairo... m
Chattanooga ..,
Cincinnati ,
Davenport
Daonquo
Fort Smith
Keokuk
Helena
La Crosse
Leavenworth..
Little Rock
Louisville ,
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans..
O malia
Pittsburg
Bt. Louis
St. Paul
Bhreveport
Vicksburg
Ab've Low
Water. Change.
Rise Fall
Feet. lOths lOths lOths
17" 7 4
7 8 5
1(1 1 8 -
11 7
13 2 4
S 5 5
16 0 4
43 6 - 12
9 - -
11 (I 3 -
.., b.m. M
7 2 3
25 8 1
9 8
14 1 - 1
9 8 6
2 6
21 3 S
7 8 2
lfl 6 3
44 1 1
Cairo. 40 feet.
GlnelnDatl.ou.
Dabaque. 18,
Keokuk, M.
La Croe, M.
Little Koek.'AJ.
Memphl. S4.
gafkrille, 40.
maha, 18.
8t. Loal. M.
Bhrereport, 28.
EVAKSVILLB,
Daaser Mae Feet sail Un'k of a foot
eboreieroor feu: . ,
lPHUIBVOfAtW WIN
PaTenport, 15.
fortSaith.tt.
Helesa, -.
Leavenwertk, r).
ToeUvilla. i.
New Urleu. 13.2.
fitubare, U.
St. Paal.7. .
Vlekibnrt.41.
Yanktoa.M.
Mav 8. Noon River
tatlnnanv.with 10 feet 4 Inches on the
iran ire.
Oioib!ati. May 6. Noon River
16 feet on the gauge and rising. Weath
r (eirt thermometer u .
I'lTraBDBo, May e. Noon River 2
feet 7 inches on the gauge and sta
tionary. W earner clear ana cooi.
Whbsliico, W. Va., May 6.-Noon
River 4 feet 0 inches on the gauge
and falling. Weather clear and pleas
ant.
t re Mav 'rt Nuon River
ri.inir. with 7 feet 2 Inches in the canal
and 5 feet on the fall. Business good
Weather clear and warm, ueparieu
U. P. Hchenck, Cincinnati.
riAiM. Mav 6. Noon River 24 feet
8 inches on tbe gauge and falling,
Woathorlnni1 end warm. Arrived
nhlo . Cincinnati. 6 p.m.: Tort Kails
anH b iruM. New Orleans. 7 P.m. ; A
kanir7 i Citv. St. Louis. 10 p.m. ; Tom
uJ ami tow. Vicksburg. 11 p.m
Lit f Cairo, Vicksburg, 8 a.m. De-
nirxjsud: OUio, Memphis, 1U p.m.; ion
s anu rarges, ru j,ouis, iu ii.m,
limit uiit. v ICKBUury, J ."
m Rees and tow, Ohio river, 11 a.m
I
UIUTCn AOKNTS.Mea and Womel
WAN I C.U t0 u "TUB ClllLU't
ISIULK " Introdoetion by Key. J. u. vn
oent, D.I). One eent ha nld W In a towl
of 674 people; ono 7J in a rtllaire ol ii4;oni
Be aitenl hfi in 10 dans one M in 4 taDi-ek
ire weekii one 40 In a dar at two diOerent
time. Kiperienoe not neoesnarT AddreM
CASSELLACO. U't'd),
4U Learbors (treol, L'liioaga.
D1
relihl
Thraaih rat to all ooinu.
Mill U
l,.r Ar
Tall
J aau B. t BAaabia, Paiaeosw Aseat. Tel
Memphis and Tlcksbar Packet Com
pany C.H. Mall Line,
lor Helena, Coneordla, Terrene and Arkaa
OitT-The eletant paiBfr ar
aw ana UA -n A.
i. Cheek. ..aiuUr I W. 0. Blaker...lerk
unK&ivM.ATUIIBiUAY. at 8
p.ei.,reerTinf the right to pa aUlaadlaca
iheoaptala war deem aaiaf. tor jy"J
larbriBaUoa applr et oBtoe. P0, 4 Maaiaot
g. WALWORTH. Aient.
Faat'r Atnt. Telephone
inrorinalloa appl
treet.
JOHN PA UK
Arkansas River Pk't (?o.
Str. JOE PETERS, a-S
I. B. Smith... .mtaatar, ea Mmmmmm
e, Wo. 8 MaUon it, Telephone Vo.ja
Leare
otn
Memphis White Biter PkLCo
lie Be JIAUl
STR. CHICKASAW. yCr
0. rUlnator o. ai.ireitaiwue
vob
ClareWeai, la ' w.
La JlsiiWaia Krr wdihdat.
Frelf lit eonilaned te " MeB)tlli a warn
amr raeset uompao -..i i
n. v. KUil,
prompUr
keforwartte4
Aaent,.
8 Malann it. Teleohoae Wo. M,
The SUFrancU River TrajuporUUoa
0o.' Ilae Bld-W keel V. B. HaU Bteaaaf
Rene Hacreaay,
TCBAT
it I e'eleok. for HarUaae, (he 0tff,ea4
at-naodlate landing oa fraael rim.
hTeiejre-rTe the rlfht t. pee i ei
laedlaa he deem "ate. JAB. LH, Jr.e
8 o rr I aUniUa. OB. Wo. 4 Madienn H. ..
OCEAN 8TEAMSHIP8..
TO EUKOPJG !
(iMk'e BmeeireJOei raraiew leave la
Arril. Va "jaae aaA Jlft bal fer Fre-
'"STivMMi T..rlMTt-Mtrae
la B.ropoand all part of the flo-
ale Tlekeae if all line ef itaaaiara.
H BrnaHwayjfewJjrjr
irihlold ana Bipao-
eure everr run e(
aakaeH of thektd-
ne , Keiaal triin.
Varlooeele and loet or
enfeebled power.
Moner rerandea II
not a repreaeateil.
Prloe as and apward,
P.nii.hlel free. All
order nut be ent to Aairi
l ., 7M ". w rfc, M
all our WaiUrn office r llarenU-uAt,
Jr r la 1
f lu uat.J
VOAATAAtM V HBj
i MM lUlMMA
I I arlAirkfike
I lruM Chealcal Ca. .'
CIooinnattJBSi
W rflrtlAllr ' , I'll.MIA
U A. I',. mAoap
nuwn t. m ua ii,MiMkal
an.l (.imi.
w. h,t teM ui HUea)
el Ja, ..4 ia mtt e a
aAgtva.
at
SeMtf
f
WEALTH IN WEALTH. Da. K. O.
Wut'.Nim AND Bil laAV'',A
neolBS lor jijreiena, vmi-
ConulfonM, Flu. Nerroe Hoaral-
raaranieed aiieolAs
nea. lonvuiionrr
EM0CRAT3 TO TI1K FRONT '" "!
Hiua m(id uoverniu.uA
1. mm ..I HAItArttUent
WaahinKton, or anr other iwaitton undoi
theUovernment.l will aend lull Inetraotion
a to how to proewed to obtin the aame,
and Blnh lorma r Aiplln on
receli't ot Oae Dollar. Ad.lrMie JOHN
.ia. Headache, Nerrcr Proatratloa, anead
by the uae ot aloohol or Inbaooot "-
fulne, menial iepreaiou, oiii
lirain, reaultini in tnaantt? and l. Inflo
nilaerr.ideoaT and deathi Premature ti
Age, Barrenneaa, Lo of Power ia either
.x- Involuntary Loaae and br.erniaii.r
rhea, oaa. J by orer-eierttoa ol the brain,
elf-abue oroterindulence. Kach Boi aon
tain one uontti'a treatment, fl a b, or
aix boiea for 83, aent by mail prepaid, 00
receipt of price. We rnarnntre Sn Bones
to cure any owe. With eaoh order reeeitad
by uiforaix bozea, accompanied wiiu ki,
we will end lb purchaser our written
. I.. 1 t.- nw. n a W If ta tr.AL.
Djont doe "Ot eflect a ciro. Oiiaranteoa
Saued o'ly b. A. KKSblEari CO.. Iraa-
riata. MniljA.il. 1D Q
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