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FHAKE 1D COMMERCE.
SONET 8 PLB CET., ET YOKE
EXCIUXtiEll PREMIUM.
Cotton Steady-Middling, 8 7-$c
Sale Yesterday, 1000
Bale.
Money in fair demand at & per cent.
Lo:a' ecir;t'ei duU. '
Tlie cotton market clossi quiet,
midd'in, 8;c. Salee, 1000 bales. At
Kew York apoti were eteady; inid
dlinp, 9jc.
C. L Graene & Co.'g report on cot
ton futaree raya: "A somewhat unex
prcted improvement in tone at Liver
pool was reflected here at the opening,
and prices went op. The demand
aooa became samfiei at the advance
and a reac'ion followed, assisted in a
meEsure by a decline of in the sil
ver rata. All the movements continue
local."
At New Orleans fpsU closed steady,
middling SJc; futures B'eady, June
8.788 88c. At Liverpool foots were
s'.eady, fair deman.l, middling 5d;
fatnies qu'et nd steady and 1 32d
higher, Jane 5.04d.
In the produce market eges are
qu'et at !2J13;. Other ai tides un
charged. IMPORTS.
Sven brls apples, 400 sks bran, 5
pkgs but'er, HI pkgs bacon, 205 pkg,
boots and shoes, 1500 bu corn, 3 pfrgs
cb:ee, 6!'2 bs roflee, 5 rnrs cotton
aeed, 1710 sks cotton-Feed, 64pkgs dry
eoods, 95 pkireeess, 1!7 brls flour, 472
bales hav, llil pkiM hats, 130 hd sheep,
207 )kK4 lard. 102,000 ft lumber, 30
pkjjs liq'iors, 27 br's meal, 70 brls
molass, 10 kgs ria ls, 2400 bu oats 4
cars pori s dts, 00 brls si:gir and 209
pltgs tobacco.
SLKVATOR REPORTS.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange to-day:
Corn received, 8708 bu; withdrawn,
11,158 bu; in store, 40,040 bu. Oats re
ceived, lotiO bu; withdrawn, 1501 bu;
in store, 7030 bu.
JOIIX Jj. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Teun.,
DEALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
AMERICAN IOTIOX,
OIL TRTNT CERTIFICATES.
FINANCE.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearicg-House report is as fol
lows: CLKARING9.
Friday, June 18th, fl5S,037 62;
thus fr this week, JS31.4O2 60; same
time last week, $074,233 97 ; same time
in 1885, J039,849 31; same time in
1884, $406,050 72.
BALANCES.
Friday, June 18th, JiiS,673 69;
thus far this week, f 230 141 88; same
t;me lost week, 2 9,827 52; same time
in 1885, f 183,456 91; same t main 1884,
J110.226 28.
EXCHANGE.
New York sight on ail pViu's, Dar
buying, I premium selling ; New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, discount; New
Orleans,! discount buying, par selling.
BAME STOCKS.
Bank of Comtnerce..l49 bid, 152 asked
First National 140 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 1924 bid, 195 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planter..149 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank. ..135 bid, 137 asked
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Bluff Uity 100 bid, ... asked
'Hernando 101 bid. 103 asked
Home 72 bid, 75 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82 bid, 85 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 10J naked
Planters 105 bid, ... asked
'Vanderbilt. 21 bid, 221 aked
Arlington 30 bid, ... aeked
Tactorj 20 asked
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. and O. R.R. shares..31 bid, ... asked
M.A T. R.R. shares....47 bid, ... asked
M. & O. consols, 7s...ll8 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lt m. 8s...l05 bid, ... asked
Misa.&T.R.R.C3,A...110 bid, 121 asked
Miss.&T.R.R.cs,B...ll bid, 114 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 0 97 bid, 9XJ asked
'Tenn. wts. ser. 1) to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Phelbv Co. 6 107 bid, 1(10 asked
Tax. Diet. 4,6a 93 bid, 94t asked
Tax. Dist. 6s 102J bid, 10:i asked
Mem. ttus bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 96 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trusts.... ..30 bid. 31 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 22 bid, 25 asked
Mem.Stor.Com.Co101 bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas stock 78 bid, 82 asked
New York,' June 18 Money on call
easy at 12 per cent. Ptime mer
cantile paper 45c. tfterling ex
change strong; aotnal rstis, 487 for 60
days' bills, and 488J for demand.
Bondi Government bonds were
nglected,but unchanged. State bonds
were dull but firm. 1 aiboad bonds in
fair request. Sa'es, $2,709,000. Final
prices generally fhow advances, with
a few declines; Evarsville and Tene
Haute firsts are np 3, a: 120J ; Louis
ville, New Albany and Chicago
firsts 2, at 117; Mexican Central fours
2, at 38; St. Louis pnd S n F'ancisco,
claa A 21, at 117, and clu-s C 2, at 116.
Stocks There was Sinie hesitancy
in stocks th.ii morning owing to an im
pression that the large operators were
trying to market their holdings. There
was some havy selliog, especially of
the g'angers, for foreign account
London wa? also a heavy buyer of
New York Central and o'her Vander
biitg, and this support, coupled with
the local buying, quickly dispailed all
appearance of weakness. Ia the early
morning New York Central sttrac ed
meet attention, and it ad vane d sharp
ly from the opening. The rise in New
York Central no sooner cu in;nat;d
than the movement was taken up by
Pacific Mail. Lake Shore was the
next object of attention, and in the
late aItrnoon Uninn Pacific was taken
bold o' and it made the sharp st ad
vsiice of the day, due to the informa
tion that ihe company hadjus-t suc
ceeded in phfing l.OO.l.OOJ Sr. Joseph
and Graml Island biiids with a syndi
cate cf New York and Boston capital
ists at 107. There was some realizing
towa'd the latter part of the day, and
the nia-k-t cloied at fome'tiing under
the best prices reached. Almost every
thing on the active list is higher to
n:g;it. Cine iQLa'.i, India wois, St.
Lou's and Coicrgo is np 1, Union Pa
e ric 1 , Omaha prelerred, New York
Central (ml Noithwe3tern 1 p;r cent,
each, and the remainder ol the list
fractions. -Consolidated gas was e
pec ally weak in tie Iktt hour, and
shows a decline of 1 per cent.
The total sales of stocks to-day w ere
393,197 shares, including OinaJa
Southern, 3200; Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western, 42.910; Delwie
and Hodfon, 45i0: Erie, 21,375; Kan
sas end Texas 5400; Lake Shore, SI,
020; Lonirville and Nashville, 3 00;
Northwestern, 23.S50; New Jersey
Central, 6010; New York Ontia'. 29,
877;Pacitie Mail, 21,555;Readir)g,9030;
St. Paul, 51,870; St Paul and Omaha,
)l,8O0; Union Pacific, 22,565 ; Western
Union, 7210: Notthcn Pacific pre
ferred, 8202 ; Oregon Transcontinental,
12,875. C o.lng quotations: '
sovirxmixts.
u. s. st, iom.
411, coup, Ulii.
4a. map, 12S:.
Pacific 04 01 15.125X.
La. iUmiii, 4.W Mittoart. 6i,101S.
Tonn.tM, old, &S- Tenn. tia. new, bi-S
Cent. Pae. lits, lli. leo. k R.U.liU. UX
DenAR.G.V.l u,7H'vEne eoonil,
M.K.T.,flen tii.WV. North. Pat. ItU, 118.
North. Pao. 2di, if'i.N. Western eon.. 14:1
N.Weit. deb. 6a, ltt. St.L.S.F.Oen.M, 110.
St. Paul, eon.. 133. Sr.P.,C. A P. laU.122.
T. P. land rranti, 41. T.P. K.li. ax cou. u
V. P. laU, Waat Shore, M.
STOCKS.
AdamiEipreaa.Ha. Morria A E., offd 142.
Allegheny Cen., . Naahrllle A C., 47H
Alton A X. 11., il. N.J. Central, 54..
A A T. U.,pfd., . Nor. A W., pfd.,34.
American Ex., liM. Northern Pac, :'.
B. C. R. A M.,:ni). Northern P. pfd.,60'4.
Canada P., 6r. C. A N. W., fl4; J.
Canada Sou.. 44. C. A N. W ptd.,141.
Central Paoiflc. 42. N. Y. Central, M7.
Chesapeake A 0.. 9. N. Y. C. A 8t. L., 8.
C. AO.,lstpfd,17. N.Y.St.L.AC .p.,19.
C. A O., 2d pld., US. Ohio Central, .
C. A A., 143. Ohio A Miaa., Zi'i.
C. A A . Pld., l'O. O. A Miia., i.fd., ).
C, B. A Q.. 136. Ontario A Wext.,
C, St. L. A N. 0., . Oregon Nuv., 1U8.
C.,St. L.AP., 11. Oregon Trana., M!i.
C, Kt. U. A P, p. ,24. Oregon Imp., 22' .
C, S. A C, 35. PaeiSo Mail, 5..
C.A C, 57. Panama, iM.
Del. A Hud , ft' Pe.iria. I). A E..23S
Del., L. A W., 131. Pittaburg. 1;1.
Den. A Rio U., 15J4. Pullman P. C, 13fS
trie, Z-H. neading, ,",
f.ne pt.i b3'4.
Rork la. and. VST'l.
Ew t tenn., tit. L. A S. F., 'M'-i.
Eaat Tenn. pld. 2. St. L. A S. V., p., i'.'S.
Fort Wuyne, IW-i. bt.L.i fcj.K..lt V.IU),
Hannibal A St Jo., C. M. A St. l'.,y4'4
U. A St. Jo., pfd., C. M. A St. P.,p.l23'i.
Harlem, 22i. St. P., M. A.M.,
Houston A T., 30 St. P. A Omaha, i'.'i.
Illinoia Cen., V.f.'i. St. Paul AO.iiid., 115.
Ind., B. A W.. i"i',. Texaa Pacifio, W-i.
Kanana A T., i. Vnion Pao.60, fnil.
Lake E. A W., VZ'i. V. S. Exprexa, 6.5.
Lake Shore. 8T.J. W., St. L. A P., 7.
Lou. A Naah., 3t'4. W.,8t. L. AP..P., 17.
Lou. AN. A., 44. W. A F. Ex., 127.
M. A 0. first pld , .V. U. Tel., SlY.
M. A C. Pi'd.. -. Colorado Coal, 24i.
Mom. A Char., 36. Domostake, 21.
Mich. Cen.. 72S- Iron Silver, 195.
M., L. 8.A W.,7V5. Ontario. 2i.
M.,L.S.4V.,pfd,!!, Ouiokailver, 4'i
Min. A St. L., 22. Quickailvrr.pfd, 23,
Min. A St. L.pfJ, 47SSouth Pacifio, .
Miasouri Pcilic,ill. Sutro, 10.
Mobile A Ohio, 14V
London, June 18. Conso's, 101 1-16
fjr bo h money and the arcoutt.
Paris, Jane 18 Thres per cent,
rentes 82f 62c for the account.
Berlin, June 18. The statement of
the Imperial Ba:ik of Garmiiiiy shows
an incre;se in specie of 0,520,000
marks.
BANE CLEARINGS.
Chicago, III., June 18. Bank
clearings were 18,272,000.
Bohton, Mass., June 18. Exchanges,
$19,241,814; halances, $1,074,200.
New York, June 18. Exchangep,
$113,036,255; halances, $4,010,724.
Baltimore, Ma, Juno 18. Clfar
ings, $l,53O,4 J0; balances, $1!9,880.
St. Loris, Mo., June 18. Bank clear
ings, $2,377,143; balances, $342,017.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 18. Clea--ingi
to-dey, $10,4li9,0.'0 ; balances, $1,
288,150. COTTON MAUKETS.
The local cotton market openod
qniet, and close 1 Bteadv; middling,
8jc. Sales, 1000 bales, of which 700 to
expoit rs and 300 to spinners.
EXCUAVOE QUOTATIONS.
Yester.iay. Thursday.
Ordinary 7J 7J
Good Ordinary.... 7i 71
Low Middling 8 8
Middling H 81
Good Middling.... 98 9
Middling Fair 10 10
Fair. Nom. Nora.
Dusty 6'8 0J8
Stains, tinges .7J81 7JW8J
COTTON STATEMENT.
Mimphis, June 18, 1836.
Stock Sent. 1, 1885 ..... 1,302
Received to-day 78
Received previously. ..541 ,367 542,835
Shipped to-day 1,113
Shipped previously. ...510.287
Stock running account
Imports.
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st -
M. and C. R. R
M. and T. R. R
L. and N. R. R
C., O. aiulS. W. R .,
K. C, S. and M. R. R
M., S. & B. R. R
Steamers
Wagons and other source
517,400
25,435
1 222
'. 932
.541,443
10
25
1
11
14
8
2
5
ToUl
Exvorti.
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
70
,. 7,943
,. 11,670
..517,400
L. andN.R.R...
fctfamers north.
45
1,008
Total 1,113
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS.
Week end
ing June
18, 1886.
Since Sep
tember 1st.
WHENCE RE
CEIVED.
ThislILast
Year Year
This I Last
Year Year
MAC RR..
231
76
13
46
93
10
97
77049
5874!!
78896
45820
40167
73340
25102
13389
19844
97
64521
KiOOO
3198
4475
34569
M & T R R
L A N R R.
65
31
43581
M & L R R Rl
C,08WRR
364
37
"30
8
81404
24271
L, N OAT K K
38161
19531
K C.SAM RR
M,BA ARK
17379
Mres. river ...!
White river.
161
11
10
89350
20809!
St.Fran river
h rk'sas river
Wagons, etc
732
25:
11352
30
60
62480
Total
SHIPMENTS.
M A C R R.
M A T R R.
LAN R R.
12
414 541443 426114
741
44105695!
58277
54613
85626
53079
42264
84315
40085
1166
3183
50
894
36178
165
227
99950
0M73
50200
11523
101753
18819,
C.OASWKR
I V M.S, To M
jj. a. v . ....
M.BAARRj
Steam s n rtli
Steam's s'uth
1900
414
Total I 79431 4583'.r17400!41S259
New York Epots opened steady, and
closed steady. Salee, 1043 bales. Quo
tations as follows:
Yesterday. Thurfdaj.
rdinary.- 6J 0J
Good ordinary. 7 J "
Low middling. 8 11-10 8 ll-lo
Middling 9S 9J
Grind middling, fijj !i
Middling fair..,10 5 16 9 5-16
Fair 10 1516 10 15-16
New York futures opened firm,
and closed quiet and steady. Sales
MfoirniS DAILY
54,000 bales. The closing quotations
were as follows :
Yesterday. Thnrsdav.
June- 9 06 903 904....."..
JoJ7 9.12 9.13 9.10(9.11
August 9 ZVA 9 24 9.21(S 9 2-'
September...9.12(S) 9.13 9.1i) 9.11
October 9 01 9.02 8 V9(. 9 00
Novemt)er...8.96 i 8.97 8 P5( ? 8.96
December ...8 m 9 00 8 98(.7 8.99
January O.OO' 9 07 9 05(.Tl 9 IV
February 9 15 9.16 9 I4( i) 9.15
March 9.24 ') 9.25 9.23'T 9.24
April -9 34tal 9 35 9.33(j) 9.34
The following ia the cotton state
ment for the week ending Friday,
Jane ll, 1S86:
Net receipts at all United
States porta during the Bales.
week 27,071
Total receipts to date 5,245,4:i5
Exporta for the week v 31,181
Total exports to date 3,092,811
Btock at U. S. ports 424,284
Stock c all interior towns... 47,176
Stock at Liverpool 664,000
Stock of American afloat for
Great Britain 131,000
The New Orleans spot market
opened quiet, and cloned steady;
middling hie Sales, 200J bales. Quo
tations were aa follows:
Yesterdav. . Thursday.
Ordinary 71 7
Good ordinary 7J 7
Low middling SJ 8
Middling 81 8
Good middling 9 ' 9i
The New Orleans fntnre market
opened quiet and cteidy and cloned
steady, bales, 4400 bales. Quotations
were as follows:
Yestrrday. Thuisdav.
June 8.78 8.80 8 75$ 8.77
July 8.84 8.85 8.83( 8 84
August 8 88(5) 8.K9 8 87(.ft 8 88
September. 8tiS(.t) 8.60 8 67 8.68
October 8.58?a 8 59 8 57(.i 8 58
November- 8 55S 8.56 8 54(3 8 55
December . 8 59 8 50 8 b'di 8 58
January 8 68 8.09 8 07ri 8.68
February... 8.7it( 8 80 8.7S(S 8 79
March 8.90 8.91 8.89(8 90
April 9 01 9 03 9 00 9 01
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR MRKBTS.
Tone Rec. IPricesI Slock.
Galveston
N Orleans.
nom'l.
178
281 81
95 8
163 811
419 9
8J
64 9
15 94
9J
08
618 9j
84
12.423
68,905
10,100
8,945
10,057
873
10,024
15,26
268,184
t,310
14 109
23,634
11,296
quiet.
qui-t.
Mobile
Savannah, dull.
16
Charl'ston
Wilm'ton.
Norfolk....
Baltimore
New York
quiet,
quiet,
steady
nom'l.
steady
Boston
quiet.
Philad a... uuiet
St. Louis.. . steal y
Augusta. ..qtiiet.
21
8
Receipts at porte, this day, 1880. 1073
Receipts at porta, this day, 1885. 1090
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
1886.
1S85.
1884.
R'ts U. S
p'rts7d'js 27,071
2,877
13,805!
4,090
30,967
Ex. Gr. Br 23,49s
'Jtick 424,281
361,56
364,499
R'ts Ssnr.l ,5,2ti0'itm 4,70
',277 4,728,451
For'gn Ex '4,004,027
3,674,003045,483
Increaie ol receipts this year.. ..560,813
At noon Liverpool spots were dull,
steady, fair demand; middling, 5J. 1.
Sales, 10,000 bales, of which American
8100 bales. Receipts, 9000, of which
American 9000.
The following are the closing quo
tations: Ordinary, 4 5-lbd; good
ordinary, 4jd; low middling, 4 15-10d;
good middling, 53 ; middling uplands,
5Jd ; middling Orleans, 5 3-16d.
Minches'er Holiday.
Tht priret are givm in penct and 64m,
thut: 4 63 vieatm 4 63 t4d; and 5 01
meant 5 l-64.l
At noon: Liverpool futures wera
stesdy. Quotations were as follows:
June,; June-July, 5 03(?,5 041;
July-August, 5 041; August-Septoin-ber,
5 045 "5(1 ! September-Octolwr,
5 01(5 02il : October-November, 4 62d ;
November-December, ; December
January, 4 61d ; September, 5 06d.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
firm; June, 5 04d buye r-i; June-July,
5 04d buyers; July-August, 5 04d buy
ers; August-September, 5 05d buyers;
SeptenibtT October, 5 Old buyers; October-November,
4 62d buyers ; November-December,
4 61d buyers; December-January,
4 Old buyers; Septem
ber, 5 06d buyers.
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet and steady and 1 32d higher
than Thursday: June, 5 04d Follerj;
June-July, 5 04d sellers; July-August.
5 04d buyers ; August-September, 6 05d
sellers ; Scptember-October,502d value;
October-November, 4 62d sellers; November-December,
4 Old sellers;
Decjmber-January, 4 61 d tellers ;
September, 5 ()6d tellers.
Liverpool weekly statement for the
week ended June 18, 1886:
1880. 1885.
Weekly sales 28,000 40,000
Of which American. 21,000 32,000
Including for export 1,40 ) 4,100
Incl'g forspec'latiou 14, (X) 200
Forw'd f'm ship sido 6,900 4,600
Total stock 664,000 910,000
Of which American. 495,000 685,000
Week's receipts 57,(XX) 28,000
Of which American. 41,000 20,000
To'l rec.sincoSep.l..2,689,100 2,985,000
Of which Americnn.2,104,700 2,283,000
Actual week's exp't. 3,900 4,200
Stock afloat 238,000 102,000
Of which American. 131,000 30.000
GENERAL TRADE.
rUTUKK MEALS.
The following is the rec 3rd -of the
bids and odors at the ssfision of the
Call Board of the Merchants' Ex
change yesterday:
CORN.
No 2, white, spot, 2 cars sold at38Jc;
June, 39c o t. bid; Augus', 38c bid;
year, 35c bid. No. 2, spot, 36c bid;
July, 36c bid, August, 36c bid; year,
35c asked.
OATS.
No. 2, white, June, 34 Jc asked;
August, 29c bid ; year, 28c bid ; No. 2,
June, 32c asked ; year, 28 Jc asked.
BRAN.
July, $9 50 bid ; year, $9 bid.
CORN MEAL.
Spot, $2 lOasked ; June, $2 10 asked.
BBKAI!ilUrt'N.
Corn White, 47c; mixed, 46c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c; mixed, 40c.
Hay Choice,from store, 85c; prime,
7580c; prairie, 50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1414 60;
prime, $1C13 50; prairie, $88 60.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38c,
from store; round lota trim levee on
track white, eacked, 37c; mixed,
sacked, 35c.
Braii From stire, 85c per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, $14 7515 per
ton.
Beans Navv, $1 75(32; medium,
$1 00(41 75; German millet, $1 20
1 40.
Oorjmeal Stmdard, $2 252 35;
pearl, $3 2o3 50 from store,5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 4J6c; Carolina,
ejiWc.
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
from store.
Flocr In C8r lota, double extra,
APPEALSATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1886.
$3(7,3 50; trip!- .,.; I ai v,
t'i 75 .i-4 ; oouicc), i-4 25 ; f uv,
$4 254 5H; extra f mcy, $4 60(J 4 90;
patents, $5 t5fi5 tv; fr.im atore
family, $4(4 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 65(4 90 extr fancv, $5
5 25; patent. $5 50 i.6 25.
Cracked heat la half-barrels,
$4 2 from s'rtrf.
Homint asd Gkits F:om itoro,
$3 li,iK2S.
Chaceeiis 'joda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 14jc; lemon crackers,
extrt, 7c; letuon irjatn cra-keis,
treble extra, 7jc ; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; Kicker sna, treble extra, 6c; as
sirted umbles0j.
Kansas Citv) Mo.. June 18. Wheat
et-alv; Nj. 2 ttHl.radi, 54c bid, 60c
asked; July, 57 jo li d; Augict, 58 je.
Corn stradv: No. 2. July, 26c; August,
27c bid, 27Jo wkt 1. Oats nominal;
July, 22c bid. I
St. Loris, Mo.j Jnne 18. Flour quiet
and steady; XXX, $2 452.60; fam
ily, $2 752 85 etioice, $3.253 35;
fncv, $3 653.75; extra fancy. $3 95
(4 10; paten!, $4.40(44 80. Wbeat
active, and higher; the ma ket
opened anil advanced steadily g roi Jc
over yesterday J there was a partial
e!are at the clofe, and the prices
finished c Over yeMerdy ; No. 2
rfd, cash, vry scatce, 77(' 78c; June,
76c; July, 73J(i73Je, cluing at 78Jo
bid; Augjst, 73j(374jc, clos ng at 74 Jc;
September, 75Sti)7tijo, closing at 7c
bid Corn very dun but firm, and
ie. b tter; N, 2, mixed, cah, 30J
30c; July. 30 Jc; August, 32Jc; Sep
tember, Sojo bid. Onts dull and ir
regular; No. 2, mixed, tah, SK;27c;
July, 24)s hid; August, 21(?21Jc hid.
Rve firm, 55c asked. Barley no mar.
ket. Hay dull: pta:rie, $4 tlXtl 50;
timothv, ffl(ihl3 50 Flaxseed nominal,
$1(ji1 01. Bran lirmer, 45c. Corn
in al Arm, $'.' 05. Receipts Flour,
:HH brls; wheat, 12,0)0 bu; corn,
32,lX)0bu; oats 1 l,tXX) bu ; rve, none;
barley, none Shipments Flour, 12,
000 brls; wheat, 2000 bu; corn, 24,000
bu; oats, 1900 bo; rye, none; barley,
none.
Afternoon Board. Whet easy, and
ifijo ljwer. Corn s:edy, Jc higher.
0 .ts unchanged.
Chk ago, III., June 18.-in a gen
cal way, wheat wua mors active and
stronger.though a decline so; in in the
aft noon which w ped out a port on
of the day's advaucrs. The cables
were firmer and a demtnd from thorts
fprang upon rumors of a hettet export
demand at New Ymk. July delivery
f tartod at Tit, c h g"er than yester
day's closing figure", fell oil to 72jc,
rose to 73ic ami eloped on regular
board at 738c, but declined in tho
afternoon t) 73 1-loc. Hiure was no
spetial f-a'ure tf in' rest developed in
1 orn, but the feeling was a shade
stronger in tympatliv with wheat, and
rice i closoj a trilU hiuher. Oa's
ru'ed quifrt and Hteuly. Flnur slow
and unchanged. Wheat active and
fi mer. Sales ranged : June,
72jc, c'osed at 721r-; July, 7:'j(i
73j , ihsed at 7:!e; August, 741iit
75Jc, closed at 74ic; No. 2 spring,
72 jc; No. 3 spring, 6162i Corn
steady; iash, 34c; Juno, 3334",
cl ed at 34c; July, 34J35Jc. clonal
at 35Jc; Angus', litiJColOjc, closed at
30 jc. Oats steadv; tah, 27jc; July,
271c; August, 2oi26c, closed at
2ijc. Rye dull; No. 2. 65Jc. Brley
nomiiial ; No. 2, 5063c. Flaxseed
stuady; No. 1, $1 OS J. Iveceipts Flour,
12,000 brls; whe it, 19,000 bn ; c rn,25,
000; oats, 128,000; rye, 2000; barloy,
4000. Sliipinents-Flour, 2,000 brls;
wheat, 09,000 bu; orn, 35,000; oats,
58,000; rye, 1000; tnrley. 3i-()0.
Afternoon Board. Vi heat easier;
July, 73 1-lOs. Corn easy; July, 35c.
Oats steady; July, 27 Jc.
PROVISION.
Bitter Oreann ry, 3034c; dairy,
1520c; butterine, 13015c; country,
12J18o. accord ug t condition.
Cheese Prime flwa, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 12Jc; Y. A.
12jc.
Mess Pork -New, $9 9010 per bar
rel ; sugar-cured hams, packed, lOj
11c; brep.kUst bacon, 7j9c; clear
rib bacon, 6j(3)7c.
Bulk Pork Clear sides, 686Jc;
clear rib sides, 0j(a6jc; long clear, 5
5Jc; shoulders, 4 J5c.
Lard Tierces, 6al6Jc; half-barrels,
6J6ic; kegs, 0c; buckets, 6Jc:
half-buckets, 77ic; choice kettle, 7 J
7Jc.
Fresh Meats No. 1 beef, 8c; Mnt
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
lambs, $34.
St. Louis, Mo., June 18. Provi
sions oniy moderately active but
firmer and higher. Pork strong, $9
l.e rd, nominal, 5jc. Bulk meats firm
loo'e lota long clear, 5c; abort
rilu, 5.60c; short clear, 6jc; boxed
lots long cU'ar, 5.60c; short ribs,
5c; short clear, 5 853. Bion
stronger and higher long clear, 6.05
6.20c: iihori ribs, 6.20Blc; short
clenr, 6.306 35c. Hams tinner, 10J
12c. Butter quiet and steady;
creamery, 11015c; dairy, 11 13 c.
Eggs 8109c.
Chicago, III., June 18. Mess pork
film; cash. $8 8008 a5; July, $8 80
8 ari, closed at $8 80; August, $8 87 J
8 92J, closed at $8 90. Lard steady
and llrm ; ca h, iO 12J ; July, $6 17Jf
6 20; August, $0 27j()6 30. Short rib
sides steady ; cash, 5 5005 55. Boxed
meats steady; dry salted shoulders,
$4 6504 90; short char sides, $" 80
(a)5 85. On the Produce Exchango
butter ruled easy; creamery, 12016c;
dairy, 13c. Eggs, 1010 jc.
Afternoon Board. Pork steady ; J u'y,
$8 80. Itrd steady; July, $6 17.
UROCEBIKH.
Coffee Oommon,99c ; ordinary,
93101c; prime Rio, 101llc; choice
to fancy, llj12jc; old government,
2425c; Cevlon, 20c.
Soap-31051c per ponnd.
Sdqab Pure white, 6jc; off white,
6c; yellow, 6j6Sc; open kettle,51
5lc; refined A, 6c; granulated, 7
7Jc; powdered, 7 Jc ; cut loaf, 7!7c.
Salt $125 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 4501 60; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 27c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5o cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 203Dc; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 20040c ; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c.
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 35085c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
paila and barrels, 78c.
Candlks-FuII weight, 100101c.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en: Pineapples, SI 3501 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 1001 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
fl 12501 35;31b,;$l 1501 30; straw
berries, $1 3501 40: raspberries,
$1 1501 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 6001 75;
pears, $22 25; plnms, $1 60
1 70; asparagus, $2 6004; green corn,
$101 35 ; green peas, $1 5501 65 ; cove
oysters, lull weight, 1-lb. $101 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oys'era, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oyst'-rs, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eatrle, $7 75; Swiss, $6.
New York, June 18. Coffee spot
fair Rio dull at 9c; options steady,
but qniet; sales, 7500 bags; July
and August, 7.05c; November and
Imoeniber, 7.hV; January, 7.65c.
MUar kteadt an, I iu uiodt ra e ueiuaud;
fair to gool refining quoted at 4 13 16
04 15-ldc; rebned quiet and steady;
cut loaf and crushed, oj(.i.O 13-loc.
Molasses firm. Kxe steady,
HOl'flEllOI.U Ml PPLir.H.
Apples Dred apples, 304c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Pea $1 6001 7,) per bushel.
Veoktablk Onions, $2 7503
rom store ; $2 507i2 80 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 t er crate.
Garlic, 4000c per 100. Tnrnipe, 60c
per bushel.
Fbcit Orangrs, Louisiana, none;
California, $4; Messina, $3 5005 per
box; Imperia's, $505 50 per box.
lemons, $007 par box. Bananas
$102 60 per bunch. Cocoannta,
$4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, 71c;
Tennessee, farmers' aock, 304c;
roasted, 2o higher; shelled, 10c. Al
monds, 18'?0c.
Picklw In jars, pints, 95c; qnarts
$1 60; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75; loise, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 60 ; mixed, barrels, $10 50 ; mixed,
half-barrels, $6.
Raisins London layers, $3 40 ; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
$3 504.
Potatoes New, $2 250 2 75.
Pecans Texas. 8010c for small to
medium, 10014c for large; Arkansas,
305c.
Walnuts Frenrh, 12c; Naples,15c;
Grenoblee, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $77 50 per bar
rel and $404 50 per half-barrel ; Vine
gar, 11016c per gallon.
Pon.TRY-01d heii,$27.3; mixed,
$?(.?$2 50; young chickens, $1 500
3 50.
Fish Markerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 .'005; No. 2. $3 2503 50; No. 3,
$2 7503; 1Mb kit, No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 50e. Dry herrin.s,
(auiilv, 30c per box.
Game Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, 60 ic; bear, 6Sc; wild turkeys,
60075c; duckrt, $3; squirrels, 75c;
quails, 75c0fl; pra rie chickens, $5;
game tlsli. 11012c.
Ixius-Quiet at 12Jc.
COTTOM M:Kl Oil., ETC.
Skkd Dcli vered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
boat), $0; wagon at mills, $S; Meal
Prime (f.o.b.), $14014 50 per ton. Ix-hs
than car-load lots, $16. From store,
0e per sack. Cake Nominal, $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lota, prime,
crude C. S. oil, 22c; prime sum
mer yellow, 26027c; ofl-summer yel
low, 23025c; miners' ; choice
cooking summer yellow, 28ia!30c ; off
crude, 18021c.
HllkKN AN If TALLOW.
IIidks Dry flint. 1215c; dry
salt, 10(ft12c; green snlt,tij("c; green,
50iiO(; dtnr skins, 15Md7c. Beeswax,
2021c; tallow, 3(.3Jc.
HAUI1IMI ANIi TIEN, W.TD.
Baooinu Jute, 9011c; flag, 910
101c, accordingto weight. Ties, $1 20.
Nails 12 25(.2 35.
IIOKNKM A NIP MILKS.
HousiM-Good driving, $1500225;
good saddle, $140(i:ilH) ; plugs, $350
80: good mares, $860140.
Mci.KS-l ll to 15, $UO(M35; 15 to
15j, $1250140; 15J to 16," $1500175.
Good demand ; supply fair.
WHISHT, WINES, I.HirOKW, ETC.
Wiiihkv Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 OtX'TiO; rye, $1 756; domes
tic, 90cf 1 50.
St. Louis, Mo., Juno 18. Whisky
steady at $1 10.
Chicago, III., June 18. Whiaky
steady at $1 14.
Cincinnati, O., June 18. Whisky
Bteady at $1 10. Sales of 851 barrels
of finished goods on this basis.
PETROLEUM MARKET.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lota, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, ()., June IS. Petroleum
steady ; s. w., 110, 7Jc
LIVE NroCta,
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 4J04Jc; good,
3J04Jc; choice grass-fed, 313i,:;
good, 3(o31c; fair to medium, 210
2Ji"; common, lJ02c.
HooB Choice, 304c; good, 3J0
3Jc; common, 33Jc,
Sheep Choice, 44Jc; medium, 3
3Jc; common, $101 50. Choice
lambs per heal, $33 60.
Kansas CiTY,Mo.,June 18. The Live
Stotk Indicator reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 1261 head; shipments, none
best gradis strnily; others weak,
slow and 10c lowtr; choue
to (ancy, $501)5 75; fair to goxl,
$4 6504 95; common to medium,
$4iii' 4 60; Blockers and feeders, $3 75
4 20; cow, $2 4(103 50. llos
Receipts, 9146 besd ; shipments, 3319
head, market active ami 5c higher;
good to choice, $3 8504; ron.mon
to medium. $3 IW(i3 HO. Slienp
receii ta, 109 head; Hhipiiient', none;
market quiit; ,g od to chtdite, 2 750
8 50; cumtuou to mtd um, $1 500
2 40.
Ciiicaoo, III., Jure 18. The Drown'
Journal reports: Catlle Receipts, 7600
head; shipments, 2.'(X) head; market
dull and a shade lower; shipping
ateere, 9'jO to 1500 pounds, $4 5 50;
Blockers and feeders, $2 5004 60;
cows, bulls and mixed, $t 750
3 75; bulk, $2 604 50; through Texas
cattle, $304. Hogs-Receipts, 30,000
head; shipment", 6000 head; mar
ket sttong, closing weak ;. rough and
mixed, $3 00fc4 20; packing and shin
ping, $40 4 321; light, $3 9004 25,
skips, $2 600 3 75. Sheep Receipts,
1500 head; shipments, none; mar
ket s'rwg; natives, $204 60; lambs,
$1 8503 25.
NEW YORK DRY UOOIlN HARHET.
New York, June 18. There has
been a g .od demand for flaunels, fol
lowed by large sles, with the request
widening and valuta hardening under
the inllnerci of higher prices for wool.
Blanke's and drers fabrics have shared
in the demand, while tho request for
conmon g:ols has taken a further
good quantity. Tone of the market
very strong. The imports of dry go ,ds
at this prrt during tue pait week were
valuelat $1,430,315, and the amount
thron on th market. $l,09tt,270.
aVV DfKf niTTtl
II KM,
ti luoni
yoani or old,
nod tho Klu
trie
bield and fcju?V
e mo-
AV-
ouo ovorT laite ol
eftkneni of th Kid-
no r, Hemul Hyitetn
VariooroU and lout or
PriiwUlfand ui warJ.
Pami'blol frea. All
nrt"ra mut be annt to A iiif-rlnai ajnl yatn
Ir .., 7-A Ha-ftiulway. firm York,
all oar Wn.tnrn ffira r lim-iiiilwnfMl.
"London" Trouser Stretcher
W t 7 Patented in Kurni and Un'-
Vl mJ 1 tl! Sti,M' gll III
John liatniltnn k Co. Stretch
er. Ttikod bfMtKlHtf oal or
k nro retoroi I'lintiilonni to
or dinal nhni. Only intonUd
Strotohor coiubinincrew rui
m couihipntion with clamp.
All other inirinifflmprit.
OriirinHl nd on.y rrlclir
fr Kmlmii!" nt. fiy
oly i-ftfked. I'rica f-I t. Writo
iir roil 1 f
a. w. sin ift4 a i o., HuMioiivit.s.
A LT W
RIVERS A.1) STEA!!B0A!S
hTKANEBN I KAVISU
THIS DAY.
Vi'bita River Fai'i't H.iiiissox, b p.m.
Whit Kiver Albi t , .,,. 3, 5 v m.
Vickaburt BiLl.t Mi:mi-hii, 6 p.m.
Kaw Urleaoa CiTYoi l;ATuKroit,5m.
St. Louif CiTV": C:.i.i p.m.
MONDAY.
Frlara Point ........ Jiv l.ic, " p.m.
Arkanaaa City Kat: A.hkh, ..m.
Oiceola CoH '. i m.
Tiptonvilla GaT...i.S p.m.
Cincinnati .
...Ohim
TltKSHAY.
St. Francia River Bv Mx-aatur p.m.
Arkanaaa River ..R. I.. C.ihr, 5 p.m.
MOVE.ll: ! AT I II K LEVEE.
.4rritn. City of Yickaliurg, St.
I.uiia; U. P. Sehenrk, Cincinnati;
Coahoma, Oireida; .lames Lw, Kriars
Point; Freddie K ihinson, White
river; Alberta No. ::, White river;
Ci'y of Providence, Vicksburn.
Departure Oity of Yirkghnrff,
Vicksbnrii; 1. P. Schetick, New Or
leans; City of Pioviitence, St. Ixmis;
Coahoma, Osceola; J aims Lee, Friars
Point.
Bo-itt in Port. 1- reddie Uobinfon
and Albeita No. 3.
ii'orire Due Dami. Belle Memphis
anil City of IUun Iviujte.
limit Ine (p. Kene A!acrsady and
City of Cairo.
Kerelta YealrtMlHy.
Coahoma 47S jks teed and lat sun
dries. James I.ee lit)7 nks seed and lot
sundries.
Citv of Virkshuik' 50 tons mer
chandise. Freddie Kobinson 3 bubs citt in,
13 sas need and lOpkrx muulrics.
II II KK MUHHIMH.
1 11 u Kene Macica.lv, (.'apt. O. K.
Jopbn, lines out Tuesday eveuiiiK for
St. Francis river.
The Lee Line packets t.) inorio
evei ini are ,l,ime Ia'o for Friars
Poiut, and Coahoma for Otceola.
The Alberts Nj. 3. Capt. A. B.
Smiili, leavs this evenini; at 5 o'clock
for White liver. II. O. Wilson is her
clerk.
The City of Cain, Capt Shep I.i(iht
ner, is the Anchor Line packet this
evening at 6 o'clock for Cairo and St.
Lmiie. J. C. liitou Is her clerk.
The Hf lie Memphis, Capt. (ieo.
Bitkcr, is tho Anchrr Line picket this
eveuiiin at 6 o'click lot Vickshur); ami
the beudi. Al. Sinimon is her clerk.
Tim (iayoso, Capt. Vf. P. liall, is
the packet Mnndiiy evening at 5
o'clock f ir Tii'tonville and all way
lanilingF. It. o. Mitchell Is in her
cilice.
The Anchrr Line sU anu r City of
Hat in limine, Capt K J. Whitlede,
ill paw down til evening at 6
o'clock for New Orleans and all inter
mediate pints. Win. Mvs-.on is her
clerk.
The R. L. Vuh Capt. K. It. Smith,
is the packet Tuesday evcninn at 5
o'clock ( r all points on Arkansas
river, jioihg thioiitfh to Pine Hull,
('bus. MiiHselman has charge of her
ollice.
The Kate Adama, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is tho I'nited States mail
packet to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Arkansas City and all
way landings. W. C. illanker has
charge of her ollice.
The Old", Cal l. M. M. Deem, is
the packet Monday evening at 5
o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincin
nati and all way landings on the Ohio
river. Harry Proctor and Harry
Hunt are her clerks. The Ohio will
give cheap rates to all points North
and l'jii-t.
The Milt. Harry Line steamer F red
die Rohincon. Capt. Milt. Harry, ia the
packet ttiia evening at 5 o'clock for all
juiii ti on White river, jroing through
to Newport and making connections
with packets for upper White and
Hack rivers. Albert McUhee has
charge of her ollice.
UKKKHAI. NKWN.
IlrNi nkh8 qniet.
Weatiikr clear and pleasant.
The Lte Line I'aekiU were in and
out yps'erday on time.
Receipts by river yesterday, 3 bales
cot on and 1 130 sacks sired.
The City rf Providence paased up
yesterday morning for St. Louis.
The Alberta No, 3 arrive! yesterday
morning fiom White liver, and rd
turns this evening.
The U. P. Schenck.from Cincinnati,
parstd down yesterday morning for
New Orltans, loaded Hal, without
landing.
Tub Ciiy of Vicksburg pushed down
yes erday 111 irning lor VickHhurg. She
discharged here 50 tons freight and
uililoil o.) tons.
The Fredd o Rohinsnii arrived yes
terday morning frcm While river with
3 baits of cotton, 4 sacks ol reed and
lot of sundries. She discharged he
low here 10,000 ftetof lumber. She
reiurns again this evening at the usual
hour.
KIVKHv ANI WKATIIKK.
Office Hiomal Service, U. S. A., 1
Memphis, June IS, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 76 meridian
time, which ia one hour faster than
Memphis time:
Ab've IjOw
Water. Change.
STATIONS.
Rise Fall
Feet. lOths lOtlm lOths
Cairo 24 2 5
Chattanooga ... Id tl 'A -
Cincinnati l.'i 6 o
Davenport 3 7 1
Dubuque 4 9
Fort Smith 4 3
Keokuk 4 4
Helena 24 7 5
La Crosse 5 '! 1 -
Ieavenworth -
Little Rock 7 l 4
Ixiuisville 7 2 1
MemphlH Ill
Nashville 17 I 54 -
New Orleans... 12 2 1
Omaha 12 3 - , 2
Pittflburg
St. Louis 10 5
St. Paul -
Shreveport 2 7 3 ,
Vickshurg 25 5 -1 4
Dttavr l.lw-Feet an J tenthi of a foot
above aero of f autre :
Cairo, i fuel. Chattanooira, M teet.
Cincinnati, V). Pavenport, Is.
Uutiuoue, in. Fort biuith, ti.
Keokuk. 14. Helena,.
I.e Cro.ne, 21. Leavenworth,
Little Rock, XI. Lnuiaville, i'.
Memphia, :l. New Orleatia, 1:1.2.
Nanhville, Vl. Pitt"hurK, !.
Omaha, 1. St. I'nul. 7.
St. Louia, Vickaliurn, 41.
Shreveport, 2. Yankton, 114.
PrmBiTKOjJnne 18. Noon River 10
'eeUl inches on the gauge and rising.
Weather cloudy and cool.
Cincinnati, June IS Noon River
13 he' 5 inches on the gauge and ris
ing. Weather clear ; thermometer 70".
IxicisviLLS.'June IS. Noon River
stationary, with 7 feet 2 inehts in
the cacil and 5 fei-t on the falls,
Business fair. Weather warm and
cioudy.
Wheeling, W.Y.,June 18. Noon
River 5 feet 8 Inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather partly cloudy and
pleasant.
EVANHVILLE, ISD., June 13. N jOD
River ri'ing, with 12 fe?t 3 inches on
the can g. lenaried: Ohio, Memphis;
lirldun Knle, Cincinnati, coon.
Caiuo June 18. Noon Rivr24 feet
on the sanae and rising. Weather
clear and pleasant. Arrived: Futures'
Citv, St. Louis. 9 p.m.; Harry Brown
and barges. New Orleans, 11a.m.; Ar
kamai City, Vicksbnrg, 5 a.m.; City
of Baton Rouge, St. Louif, 7 am. De
parted: Harry Brown, Ohio river, 3
p.m.; Arkansas City, St. Louis, 5 p.m.;
Future City and barges, New Orleara,
6 p.m.
STEAMBOATS.
Memphis & Cincinnati fk't Co.
FOB 0 DATS .LT
Bxouralon Zlateat
Commencing .11 1 1 k. The Kleiant
Mar lat. . ' "V- f Hleamera
Buckeye State, Ohio k Jan. W. ttatt.
t- Thia Companjr will aelt ROUND TRIP
TICKET.i fruiu Memphia to Loalaville),
Cinrinnali, an.l all Kaatarn Ciliaa, at
areully KetiuoeJ Ratea.
r Tii'keta iuclu.le Meala and State rnnml,
Heturn liokela '"! on any boat in the line).
Each bnat earriea a Fine Siring llanii.
BOATS LKAVK MEMl'UIS
Moitdajs and TUursdajH at a P. Me
Fir information Inquire or C. R Rl'S
SKlj, Agent, 12 Mtion atr. rt, Mnmchia,
Tkiih. U W. W I--K, Sup't.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUI
Nt LhiiIh auil hf 4leiAiiii Aiiohnr
Mb-I N Mnll -O AIKU A ST. l.Ol Id.
Vlty V Cairo, jZS
tivhlnnr maater, KryantTMmm
Will leate the Klevntor ATl KUA V , J una
I'.Mh, at ti p. in Kor freitht or pianiiao apply
O. I,. I i ' t . ISm. Ait't. Al ST'lHV. Kue't.
; i
FOR VICKSHUKl.
til. I.onla mill Km Orlpaiu tnrhor
l.lue-ll.K. Mll-PUIi V1CKS1IUR'.
Belle Memphis,
.1- I,., i.
iioit, iinnvr ui.kivij -m. u,;.'
maaler.
Will leu re the Klavator BA J l KUA I , June)
l.'th, al n p.m. Kor Ireiiiht nr inifnn apply
f. I,. II it i . I'n. Art. A1 STHHM. ."-up't.
FOR N K W ORIGANS.
Nt. I.miIn itiitl Mew 4lrlmin Aiielior
a.liir-l'.N. Mnll-KOR NEW OKUEANtj.
City of Baton Rouge .fixS
R. J. Whltleitie...maaler, rWiVJ
Will loave the Elevator SATL'KPAV, June
I'.'th, nt 6 p.m. Kor treivht or papie apply
O. I.. II u . Pn-. A". A P SToHM, Sup't.
FOR TIPTUNVII.I.K.
For Oaceoln. Iluiea 1'ulnt, Caruthoravllle,
tiayomi anil Tii'tonville The new ateamer
4. AVOSO,
W. P. Hull luaater I J. P. Fuller oierk.
Will leave tia uliove, and all wav point.
EVERY Ml'SKAV .and TI1UH.SPAY at S
.m. K'ir w-cntbl or pti.Fnui iipfly on tn'ari
LKK LINK.
fr .-.!, iaik,r riMretA'aau nuu iu-t.
mini 4er'iili l"t eKKJxivfiKi.
tor lielen".. iileadalo, KnurrVi.. and all
IV f Lanulnie 3Vmwst
laiiieN Jee, ji&lSJ
J. II. Cooper, niaicr....J. W. Siuuiioia.ofor a
Will leave aa ahovo on every MONiAV(
WBUJuJCHUAV ami FRIDAY, at n o'olotk.
F;r Kanilolph. Fulton, Oaoeola an.l VVay
Landlnit Uteaiuer
Coiiliomn, rUaf
. T. t'laatl...mMter I VaV "ho j-,oirl
Lea every MONDAY. V, ti):. Al
an 1 FRIDAY at IS p.m. The boata pf hll
line rnrerve the rltht to paal all Ian4..
the iptin may 'lett'i unaate. Ofli.
v.li.n.i .lAvlKS I.K.K., .l.,Huv :.
Mfinpliis.V White Hirer I'ktXo
rr 'lHreuiln. Ilrvalla 11 In IT. Uew
Arc, Auauata, Seamy. Newport, Jaokaoa
port, lVnl p-villo ami all Way Lanilitika. -
NIH. I III! n
V O. Poatnl
..miiNler,
Will loave ciVKJu IV ttl'MiM) A I at 3 p.m.
NTH. Af.lll'H VA NO S. . .rrj
Albert 11. Smith - Tit uTaT
Will leave KVKRY HAU'RUAY at f p.m.
Through ratea c!ven to nil pointa. Fraiflit
oonaiineil to the Meuiphia and White River
Packet Co., at Mouipdla or Terrene, will be
foaavariieii promptly. For reueral Informa
tion apply al olUi-a, No. 3 Mailiaon at., or to
Call Telephone H. 0. LOW K, Af't.
FOR WHITE MVEftf
MILT IIAKItV'N
MEMPHIS He WHITE ttlVER P'K'T
Freddie Robinson, r.o
M K. Harry maater
For Helena, Terrene, DeValla lllurT, Dea Aro,
Auauata, Kearny, Newport and IJateavllla.
Will leave al above HATl'RIMY at IS p.m.
Thrnuvh ratea to all nointa. Freiiht con"
alvneil to Milt Harry Line, Memphia, will D
promptly forwarded. W . J. P. DOYLE.
Office 12 Mil'Haon . Telephone tTl .
I he St.r'raiiela River 'I runrtuortatloa
Co.'a Fine ril.l-W heel I'. B. Moll H'eamet
Reno Macready,
O. I .lopliti iimater.
Wilt I1AIK 'It-tlt'lil RVKttt
I I tMUW,
. t " o'clock, r vt.trianna, the Out-OS, and
I termn.littlo I " 1 1 n we i.i, M. Franoia river.
hi tain re.ervo' the riirht to pi l
l:in Mnva he doi.-na uTi.afc .IAS. LkK, Jr.,
i. ..-, i. ' .e;,. 4 y ndiK.r,
.neiuplilN ami Vickelnirg Packet Corn-
pan U. is. iail Line.
For Haicua.t'onoordia, Terrene and Arkan-'
a. I'll r The eleant pn.aenaer itean er,
KATE ADAMS, r.iS
M. U. Cneek...tnaaier I W.C. niauker...clerk
Leavea Memphli
EVERY MOMUAY and t ill RRDAY, at S
p.m., reeervln the rinht to put all landings
the captain may deem unaale. For aeneral
inloruiation apply at otBce, No, 4 Madiaoa
treel. K. WALWORTU. Aaenl.
.HIIIV f!ARR. Pa'r Avent. Te'ei.hnne it.
HHANCERY SALE
OF
II r. AL ESTATE.
No. MVil, K. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county State of lenueaaee va. Lillie B.
BTV 'virtue o) an Interlocutory decree for
aale entered in the above cauae on the
itfth diy of January, liwi, M. H. M, pa
lrt7, 1 will fell, at public auction, to the
hiaheal bidder, in Iron! ot the Clerk anil
Maater'a oll.ee, courtbuuae of Shelby county,
Memphia, Tenn., on
Mmnly, Juoell, IHNS,
within leiral houra, the following de
acribed prerty, aituated in bhelby county,
Tenneaaee, to-wit: Let !, block lt JJe
(innini 111 (net eaat of the northoaat m
teraectton ol Deaoto and Klliott atreet. 00
the north aide of Klliott atreet; thenow
north 111 feet; eaat :C! feet; aouth l(k) leel to
Klliott atreet, and weet with aaid atreet SI
leet to the bexinnin, . Sold aa the property
of Noah Fartee nd othera.
Fart ot lot 14. blocn f. weat aide of Walnut
atreet, HjIVI leet. Sld aa the property of
Richard Lane.
Lot 8, block M. weat aide of Ruth itreet.
ntlil42 lot. Sold aa the property ol U. llor
ton, Jamo Hunter and othera.
Terma of Sale-On a credit of ail wombat
notra with aocunty. bearina intereat, re
quired: Den retained redemption barred.
I hia MiiV 2ii, li.
V? I .MrDoWELL. Clerk nJ MuUr,
11 v H f. Walsh, lei-u!T 0- nii M.
IH ttVn tlv IctrJ Cm
tir ! that clktl A
nmtHtia, tnd ku f t-
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fiua el !
i.vu.
KH1S 1 KO!S' lllirr.KH 14IH.
pleiely eridicited malarial poiaoo
(rom the aytetii of the little aim of Mra.
Penrie, 4Vi Foplar atreet, Memphia, Tenn.,
when nufforina from chill? and fever fitful
nirc lii'lct tc benefit hitn.
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