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MEMPHIS DAILY A1TEAL FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 18S.
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(HAKE A5D COMMERCE.
MONEY 8 FEB CENT., SEW TORE
I EXCHAXGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton Steady-Middling;, 8 7-8c-halea
Yesterday, Cot)
Bales.
Money in fair demand at 8 per cent.
Local eecant.ea dull.
. The cotton market closed steady;
midd in?, 8Jc. Sales, 650 bales. At
New York spot3 were steady and
l-16c higher; middling, 9Jc.
C. L. Grdeue & Co.'g report on cot
ton futures Bays: "It was a fairly ac
tive market and very well held with
a small gain cn prices. The general
demand, however, did not appear
quite so full or anxious and there ap
peared to be an indication to stand off
nd awat developments on the if sue
of July notices, which wH commence
tomorrow.
At New Orleans fpots closed
steady, middling Sic; futures
quiet and steady, July 8.948.95c.
At Liverpool ipoti were steady
and in fuir demand, middling 6Jd;
futures steady, June 5.0GJ.
In the produce market eges are
quiet at 11 Jo.
Hog product? active and higber,
me.s pork, $ 10 2510 50.
IMPORTS.
Twenty five ska bran, 76 pkgs ba
con, 300J bu corn, 644 sks C'jttou seed,
51 plies dry goods, 28 pkgs eggs, 155
brls Hour, 'J6 bd hogs, 240 hd sheep,
34bd cattle, 4 hd horses and mules,
536 pkgs lard, 62,000 ft lumber, 6
pkgs liquors, 6 brls onions, 3 car
pork s'des aad 76 pkgs tobacco.
ELKVATOB 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grain received, withdrawn and in store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Corn received, 1917 bu; withdrawn,
4768 bu; in store, 43,008 bu. Oats re
ceived, 748 bu; withdrawn, 1027 bu;
in store, 20,532 bu.
JOHN I,. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphlf), Tenn.,
DEALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
II BUYS AND SELLS
AMERICAN COTTON,
OIL TRUST CERTIFICATES,
FINANCE.
Money in good demand at 8 p9r cent
The Clearing House report is as fol
lows: cucarinos. .
Thursday, June 24tb, 196,443 73;
thus far this week, $621,339 83; same
time " last "week, $673,425 07 ; same
week last vtar, $625,319 51; same
week in 1864, $338,107 18.
BALANCES.
Thursday, June 24th, $34,241 23;
thus far this week, $19t,559 25;
same time lest week, $167,468 49 ; same
week last year, $203,915 86; same week
in 1884, $10,417 57.
ZCBANGC.
Kew York Bight on all points, nar
buying, i premium selling; New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, i discount; New
Orleans, J discount buying, par selling.
BANC STOCKS.
Bank of Commerce..l 19 bid, 152 afked
First National 149 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 192) bid, 195 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Plantere..l49 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank. ..135 bid, 137 asked
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Blnfl City 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, MM asked
Planters 105 bid, ... asked
Tanderbilt... 21 bid. 221 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors - 20 asked
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. and O. R.R. shares..31 bid, ... asked
M.& T. R.R. shares. ...47 bid, ... asked
M. A C. consols, 7s.. .118 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lit m. 8s. ..105 bid. ... asked
Miss.AT.R.R.c?,A...119 bid, 121 asked
Miss.&T.R.R.cs,B...112 bid, 114 asked
Tenn. wta. ser. 0 97 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wts. sr. D to J..82 bid, 85 aked '
Shelby Co. 6s 107 bid, 109 asked
Tax. Dint. 4, 63 94 bid, 94 asked
Tax. Diat. 6a 103 J bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bondc 96 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil tracts ...33 bid. 34 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 22 bid, 25 asked
Meni.8tor.Com.Co..l01 bid, 104 aaked
Mem. Gas store .78 bid, 82 asked
New York, June 24 Money on ca'l
easy at 121 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper 4()5c. fcterling exchange
dull; actual rates, 488 for 60 days
and 48848i for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
quiet but very strong today. Sta'e
bonds were dull and steady. Railroad
bonds were lees active; eales, $1,470,
.501; fluctuations were small, end filial
prices show irregular chwges, with
no important advances or declines.
Stocks The news this morning af
fecting stocks was almost cf an on
favorable character. The strike of
the switchmen on the Lake Shore
road, however, was the pime element
of trouble. Tne advicse from Chicaco
only indicated that the di?sa'iaf action
amirg the workmen is likely to ex
tjtd to the other roads, and at the
same time that the officials among the
other lines are inclined to rmke com
mon canse with the Like Shorp, and
thut settle the question at once.
iepoits of rate cntting in new direc-
Mocswerealeo prevalent, and although
oenials were abundant the xenons
helping the felling movemoat. West-
eru Union Jwas the featnre in"tia
mortung, aa(i ij again advanced
hardly. Several explanations of the
ovement were afloat, but all were
J by contradictions. The only news
f,fvorable nature was the advices
iBg?b'cfP showing incres d earn-
wee .tbe roa-is in that region, but it
turbiiP'pbt of in the flood of dis-
ter. laments from the same quir-
weak, gvn.akat openl decidedly
than laff v Ho per cent, lower
-hile Norf.en,'"..c'0--ing figures,
off i and Li1 rac116 oreferreJ was
the early faiSbtre 1 V "nt- la
... "vjr, however, the uv.
of W, stern Vail'1?1 'efderaWp
generallv fn, V but the gams were
the ,Irann small traction, and
vl?iV?.c Checked before 11
off and' "coo iZ TPmVl?S "f
the remainder of the?k thr.nn? 10?f-
weakness carried
"stern Union
I down in the afternoon. Lacka
wanna was stoutly supported through
out the entire day. The market
closed heavy at or near the lowest fig
urea reached. The final figure thow
heavy declines throughout the active
list. Cleveland, Columbus, Cincin
nati and Indianapolis is down 2,
Lake Shore It, Western Union and
Dcltwaie aud Iludion etch 1 J, Omaha
and Wabpeh pieferrtd 1 each, Coa
tolidatedUas, Norih western nd Liu s
ville and Nashville each 1. Union Pa
cific and Reading each 1J, Paul and
New York Central each 1 per cent,
and the remainder tract oca.
Tbe total sales of stocks today were
349,595 shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 61,025;
Erie, 1 1 ,860 ; Kansas and Texa, 10, 1 85 ;
Lake Shorn, 82,267; LouUville and
Nashville, 8316; Northwestern, 19,230;
New Jeney Centra), 7630; New York
Genual, 7930; Pacific Mail, 7655; SL
Paul, 42,285 ; 8t Paul and Omaha,
6050; Union Pacific, 18,255; Western
Union, 33,370; Wabash Pacific, 3212;
Northern Pacific, preferred, 6250; Ore
gon acd Transcontinental, 7670. Clos
ing quotations:
OOYIMMIHT9.
U. 8. 3, 102W.
IJ-ie, coup, 112.
4a, coop, 127.
Paeifiooeofllt,126.
BONDS. .
La. lUmpi, 4.7l.i4 Missouri, 6a, 101X.
Tenn.be, old, bO'-a. Tenn. 6a, new, M.
Cent. Po. lata, 118. Den. k R.G.lata.ia).
VenAR.U.W.lta,79. Erie eeconda. It.
M.K.AT.,Gen 6a,U5. North. Pa.0. lau, UVi
North. Pac. '.M8,l"vN. Weatern eon., HS
N.Weat.deb.6a. M. St.L.S.F.Oen.M, 112.
8t. Punl, oon., 134. St.P.,C. A P. lata, 122.
T. P. Undjrmnn, 38HT.P..R.(J. ei oou. 56J
U. P. laU, 11. Weat bhore, M',.
STU0I8.
Adima Expreaa, 140. Morria A K., offd H2.
Allenhenr Con.,. Nuhvllle k C, 51.
Alton AT. 11., 3(). N.J. Central, ai.
A A T. U.. rfd.. Ki. Nor. A W., pfd., h.
American hi., Iu6. Nortnern Pao., i7'.
B. C. K. A N.,. Northern P. pfd.,5tt.
Canada Pao., 06. C. A N. W., 114?,.
Canada 6ou.,42K. 0. A N. W pld.,142.
Central Pacific, 41'. N. Y. Central, 105H.
Chesapeake AO., '. N. Y. C. A St. L.,.
C. A 0.,l8tpfd, 1C4. N.Y.8t.L.AC..p..2t,'4.
C. A O., id ptd llli. Ohio Central, .
C. A A., 143. Ohio A Ml..., 22',.
C. A A , ptd., l'O. O. A Miaa., i)fd., .
C, D. A Q., l.W'-v OnUrio A Weat., l'.'X.
C, Kt. L. A N. O., -. Oregon Nay., 107.
C, St. L. A P., ll'-. Oregon Trana., 33V4.
C, tit. L. A P. p., ii. Oreaon Imp., 21.
C, 8. A C, 34. Pacifio Mail, bi.
C.A C, .Wi. Panama M.
Del. A Bud., W4- Peoria, h. A E., 22.
Del., L. A W., l;l7. Pittaburir. 151!.
Den. A Kio ti.. Vr'A. Pullman P. C., 135
Erie, 27,. . Heading, 24.
trie pfn., 61M. Kook Iaiand, 12i.
KatTenn.,44. St. L. A S. K..
East Tenn. ptd, 1. bt. L. A S. F.,p.,4S!.
Fort Wayne, 144. Bt.L.A8.F..lat p.UO. .
Hannibal A St. Jo.,- 0. M. A St. P.,2J. , .
H. A St. Jo., pfd..- C. M.ASt. P..p. 122M
liarlem, 225. St. P.. M. A M., 114.
Hnuaton A I.. 32 St. P. A Omaha, 46.
Illinoia Cen., Si. t-t.PaulAO.ufd.. lViT4.
Ind., B. A W., 23. Texaa Pacifio, 11.
Kanaaa A T., 30!. Union PaciBo, 5A.
Lake E. A W., U'A. V. S. Eipreaa, 63.
Luke Shore, 83. W., St. L. A P., 18 f ,
Lou. A Naah., iV4. W.,St. L. AP.,u.,25
Lou. AN. A., 43. W. A F. E.. 129.
M. A C. flrat pld , -.W. U. Tel., 6i.
M. A 0. pfd., . Colorado Coal. 24.
Metn A Char., 38. llomeatake, 2l.
Mich. Cen., 73. Iron Silver, l.
M L. 6.A W , 87. Ontario, 29.
M..L.S.W.,pfd,92. Quicksilver. 5.
Min. A St. L., 2Vt- Quicksilvcr.pfd, 23,
Miu. A St. L.pfd,4tl. South PaciBo, .
Missouri Pacific, i7. ' Sulro. 11.
Mobil A Ohio, lb-
London, June 21 Consols, 101 3 16
for both money and tbe ccconnt.
United r-tatfs bonds, 4), 128 ; dj. 4is,
1134. Bar silver, 44 l-16d per ounce.
The bullion in the Bank of England
incroated 546,000 during tbe iat
week. The proportion of the Bank of
Eaclatd reserve to liability, which
last wetk was 39 15-16 per cent , is now
41 3-10 per cent. Tue amount of bull
ion gone intt the Bank of England on
balance today u 101,000.
Paris, June 24 Three per cent,
rentes 83?, 12jc for the account. The
weekly ttaterrtns of the Bank of
France shows an increase ol 3,57,0OOf
gold, ami 62j,OOOl silver.
BANK CLEARINGS.
Nev Orleans. La., June 24. Clear
ings of the banks, $720,500.
New York, June 24. Exchanges,
$!2,855,037; balances, $4,607,S97.
Boston, Mass., June 24. Clearings,
$11,542,945; balances, $1,521,648.
St. Louis, Mo., June 24. Bank clear
ings, $2,051,330; balances, $376,606.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 24. Clear
ings, $8,657,294; bilances, $1,472,522.
Baltimore, Md., June 24. Bank
cleariDga, $1,526,388; balances, $254,
390. COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and closed steady; middling,
8Jc Sales, 650 bales, of which 150
to spinners and 500 to exporters.
EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Yesterday. Wednesday.
Ordinary 7
Good Ordinary.... 7J
7J
8
8g
91
10
Nona.
6J8
7J(8J
LowJliddling S
Middling 8i
Good Middling.... 9
Middling lair....iu
Fair. Norn.
Dusty 6(o8
Stains, tinges. .....7J8J
COTTON STATEMENT.
Mkxpbib, June 21, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1. 1885..... 1,392
Received to-day 41
Received previously. ..541,901 543.394
Shipped to-day 950
Shipped previously.. ..619,543
5:0,628
22,766
,. 559
,. 1148
,542,002
Stock running account
Importi.
Thus far this week ,
Thns far last week.....
Since September let
M. and C. R. R
M. and T. R. R
L. and N. R. R
M. and U R. R. R.
C. O. & S- W. R. R ,
Steamers -
Wagons and other sources..
2
5
1
3
5
20
5
41
Total
Erporii.
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M.AC. R. R
L. and N.R.R
C. O. & 8. W. R. R....
. 3,093
. 6,830
.520,493
214
86
650
Total 950
New York epots opened firm, and
cloeed cteady and l-16c higher. Sales,
1802 bales. Quotations as follows:
Yesterday. Wtdneedaj .
rdlnary. 6j 9-16
Good ordinary. 8 7 15-16
Low middling. 8 13-16 81
Middling 9i 9 3-16
Goodmiddline. 91 9 11-16
Middling fair.10 10
Fair 11 1-16 11
New York futures ODened quiet, and
closed quiet and steady. Sales, 52,000
bales. Tbe cloeing quotations were as
folio W8:
Yesterday. Wednesday
Jane 9.17(3) 9.20 9 U($ 9 13
Julrf 9.20 9.21 9.17 9.18
Aneuflt 9.33(11 9.30 9.31
Keptamber...9.2Wi) 9 21 9.17 9.18
Uctow 9.0S i 9 00 9 iHifA
Novemner...o01'5 9.05 9 019 02
December ...9 0, 0.07 9.04' 9 05
January 9 14(a) 9 15 0 120 9.13
Febrnary...9.22( 9.24 9.21f 9.23
March 9.32(3 9.34 9 31, 9 32
April 9 42 9.44 9.41 9.42
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet, and clrtsed steady; middling
bjc. Sales, 750 bales. Quotations
were aa follows:
Yesterday.
Wednesday,
Ordinary 7
Good ordinary 7
Low middling. 8
Middling 8
7
1
8
Good middling- 9J
The New Orleans futare market
opened steady, and clomd quiet and
s'eady. Sales, 17,600 bales. Quota
tions were aa follows :
Yesterday.
June Nominal.
July 8.94 8 95
Angnst 86(4 8.97
September. 8.77 8.78
October 8 67 8.68
November. 8 63 8.64
December 8 66 8 67
January...- 8.76 8.77
February... 8.89 8 88
March 8.988 99.
Wednesday.
Nominal
8.93 8.94
8.iKi 8.97
8 76 8.77
8.66 8.67
8.62 8.63
8 65 8 66
8.75 8.7
8.8(!'a 8 87
8.97 8.98
April ...-.. ($....
DAILY POST AND IHTERIOa MARKETS.
Kec Prices Stock.
22 81 10,930
797 81 49,828
9a 8 8,680
103 811-16 8,100
276 9 7,375
2 8 800
109 1-10 9,397
300!9 316 11,710
9l 257,744
31599 6,310
S69J 14.591
10281 22,298
lfi8t
Galveston
N Orleans.
Mobile....
Savannah.
Charl'ston
Wilm'ton.
Norfolk....
Baltimore
New York
Boston
Philad'a...
St Louis..
Angusta...
'steady
arm.
steady
quiet,
quiet,
qniet.
steady
nom.
steady
quiet,
quiet.
steady
qniet.
Receipts at ports, tliis day, 1886. 4812
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 48
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
1886.
1885.
1884.
R'ts U. 8.
p'rta8d'ys 20,520
1,772
13,464
3,494
14 396
348,060
Ex. Gr. Br 31,851
Stock 385,467
R'tsSapt. 15,28i),610
For'go Ex '4,051,279
32'J 063
4,704,049
3,699,49i;
4,731,945
3,6(13,038
Increase of receipts this year.. ..685,501
At noon Liverpool spots were steady,
fair demand; middling, 5Jd.. Sales,
10,000 bales, of which American 700
bales. Receipts, ntne.
. The following are the closing quo
tations: Ordinary, 4 5-16d; good
ordinary. 4Jd ; low middling, 4 15-lOd ;
good middling, 5; middling uplands,
5Jd ; middling Orleans, 5 3-16d.
The prices are given in ptnrt and 64lu,
thu$: 4 63 meant 4 63 64f; and 5 01
meant 6 l-64f.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady st advance; June, ;Jnnt-
July, 505(a)5 06d;July-AuRU8t, 5 05
6 Odd; August September, 5 06
5 07d; September-Oc ober, ; October-November,
5d; November-December,
4 63d; Dacember-January,
; September, 6 075 08d.
At 2 p.m.: Livorpool futures were
steady ; Jane, 5 OOd sellers; June July,
6 06d sellers; July-August, 5 OOd sail
ers; August-September, 5 07dsollers;
September October, 5 03d buyers ; October-November,
6d t uyers; November-December,
4 63dbuyeis; December-January,
4 63d buyers; September,
5 07d buyers.
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
steady; June, 5 OOd sellers; June-July,
5 OOd sellers; July August, 5 06d sell
ers; August-September, 6 07d sellerj;
September-October. 5 03d buyer ; October-November,
5d value ; November
December, 4 63d buyers; December
January, 4 63d buyers; September,
607d buyers.
GENERAL TliADE.
FUTUKK DEALS.
The following is tho record -of the
bids and offers at the session of the
Call Board of the Merchants' Ex
change yesterday:
CORN.
Kn 9 whitn. mint. 39in asked :
.Tnnn 4J) nsknil : July. 40c asked:
August, 41c asked ; year, 35c bid No.
2, fpot, 3&c Did, 3uo asKeu; June, aoo
bid, 39Jc asked; July, 35c bid; Au
gust, 35c bid ; year, 34c bid, 36c asked.
OATS.
.NO. Z, WDlte. spot, Mt asKea ; june,
34n uked : Julv. 30c bid : August. 30c
asked ; year, 29o bid. No 2, spot, 32 io
asked; July, 3ic askea; Auguu, nuc
asked ; yiar, 29c asked.
BRAN.
June, $10 bid ; July, $10 bid, $10 75
asked ; August, $10 50 SBked; year,
$9 50 bid.
COBNMKAL.
Spot, $2 03 asked ; June, $2 05 asked ;
July, f 2 05 asked; August, J 2 asked;
year, $1 751 90 asked.
BBEADBItirrS.
Corn White, 47o ; mixed, 46c, from
store ; from levee or depot, white, 44c ;
mixed, 42c; in Backs, in round lotf,
white, 42c ; mixed, 40c.
Hat Choice.from store,85c; prime,
7580c; prairie, 60s; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1414 50;
prime, $1313 60; prairie, $88 60.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38Jc,
from store ; round lots fr m levee on
track white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
sacked, 35c.
Bran From etre, 85c per cwt;
round lota from levee, $14 7615 per
ton.
Beans Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
1 40.
Cobnmeal Standard, $2 252 35;
pearl, $3 253 50 from store,5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 4J6c; Carolina,
e7c.
Oatmbal-Iu half-barrels, $33 25
from store.
Flock In car lot, double extra,
$33 50; triple extra, $3: family,
$3 754 ; choice, $44 25 ; fancy,
$4 254 50; extra fancy, $4 604 90;
patent, $5 255 65; from store
family, $44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90; extra fancy, $5
5 25; patents, $5 506 25.
Orackbo Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 2i from store.
Homini and Gbits From store,
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 4Jc; lemea cracker",
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; a
sarted faisbles, 9c.
Kansas' City, Mo., June 24. Wheat
quiet ; No. 2, cah, 68c bid, 60c asked ;
July, 69J0 bid; Aoguet,69c bid, 59jc
aoked. Cora steady ; No. 2, oath, 25 J c
bid, 26c acked; July, 26Jc; Anguet,
26Jc bid, 27c asked. Oate nominal;
221C bid, 213 fJKeU.
6t. Lodis, Mo., Jnne 24. Flour
active snd unchanged. Wheat dull,
hnt firmer. The market opened easy
but soon recovered, and closed lJc
hither than yesterday. No. 2 red,
cash, 80c; July, 73574c, c'03ing
at 73ie; Augist, 74874jo, clos.ng at
74c; September, 76j76Jc, clowing
at 76Jc. Corn dull but firm, at
vesterdav'i prices; No. 2 m;xfd. caab.
30S31c; July. 31c; August, 32J
325c, closing at 32Jc; Septcmljer, 3:ilc
Oats nominally firm ; no trading ; No.
2 mixed, cash, 29c bid ; July, 24 Jc bid ;
Angust, 21jc bid. Rye nom
inal, 52c. Barley no market.
Hay slow and nnchanged. Flaxseed
strong, $1 05. Bran, steady 45c. Corn-
m'al e-sy, tl 95. Re jpt-F:nnr,
4(K K.1 brla'; whtat, 4 00 bu; corn,
10,000 bu; oati, 23,001 bu; rye,
1( 00 bn ; b rley, none. Shljiments
Flour, 7C00 brls; whpat, 5000 hu; corn,
20,000 bu; o, 8000 bui rye and
barley, none.
Afternoon Hoard. Wh at weak and
Jo lower. Corn and oati unohauged.
Chic ago, III., June 24. Taken as a
whole the traiiog in wbeit today was
only moderate, lhe e were apuits of
activity, but sp culation as a rule was
limited. The prevailing feeling wm
oaecf w-aknee', and at the close of
tradiog in the afternoon prices were
at nearly tbe lowest point current tbe
day, clsii g a' about la uud-r yst?r
dar. Corn an4 oa s were dull, and
rated a ebade edf iar. Flour aiet but
strady. What fairly active, but
weaker, clcsirg at 1 o'clcck at ya ur
day's figures. Sties rangtad: June,
7;'J728r, clod t 72 9 lic; July,
72 13-16(.731c, clrsed at 73 J 16c; Au
gust, 74j74jc, closed, 74 1110c; No.
2 spring, 72l72Jc; No. 3 spring, 63c.
Corn qniet and eacy; casb, 34 jc;
June, 3434!, cljeod at 34 jc;
July, 34g34cl clcssd at 34jc;
Aunus', 35i(a36c, closed at 86 1-16.
Oats dull and ey; caib, 26o; July,
27 J27Jc, rioted at 27jc; Augus', 26
2(ijc, closud at 26o. Rye doll ; No. 2,
5ic. Barley dull; No. 2 60.r3c.
FluxEecd ht-jady; No. 1, $( 08J. Ko
ceipts Flour, 6000' brl; wheat,
14,000 bu; c m. 179,000 bo; oata,
169,000 bit; rye, 10OJ bu; Uiley, 201)0
bu. Shipments Flour, 3J.0OO brls;
wheat, 4(KK bu; cjrn, 198.000 bu;
tit", 70,000 bn; rye and bdrloy, none.
Afternoon uuru'.-Whmt Sver; Ail
iiih',74Jc. Corneaty; August, 36 1- 16c.
)ats steady; August, 26io.
Bpttkr Creamitry, 8034o; dairy,
1520c; butterine, 1315o; oonntry,
X2 uUHc. aunord tin to condition.
Cheese Prime tl iM, 7c; New York
factory, 8ij; full cream, 12Je; Y. A.
12c.
"MbhsPork New. $10 2510 60 per
barrel ; sugar-cured hams, packed,
llllc; break list bacon, 8i10c;
cleir rib bacon, 7"lo.
Bulk roiiK-Clear aldca, 686Jc:
clear rib sidus, 6j tic ; long clear, 6
tijc ; shoulders, 5c.
Lard Tierces, 61 '61c ; half-barrels,
66&c; kegs, tlje; buckets, 66Jc:
hall-uuckeu, 7ijo;cnoioe neuie, i
(.i,8c.
Frkhii Meats No. 1 beef. 8k); Mnt-
ton, 9c; hind quartets of beef, 10c;
lambs, f )4.
St. Louis. Mo.. June J I. Provi-
ri'vns quiet but very firm and generally
higher. Pork, $U 50. Lard steady at
$5 85. Bulk moatsjstrong; loose lots-
long clear, $5 80; snort rnn, 3 W;
short nlor, JO 06; boxed lota long
clear, $5 85: shott ribs, $5 95; short
clear, $6 10 Btctn scarce and biuher;
long clear, $6 85; Bhort rib, $6 60;
short clenr, $6 62. llama higher at
$U12 50. But'er steady; creamery,
1415c; dairy, ll13c. Egsfirmat
8i9c.
Ohicaoo, III., June 21.Mesi pork
in good demand; prices advanced 25
M27ic, receded a little' and closed
steady: cash $! 209 25; July, $9
9 271, cIokoI at $9 209 22J ; August,
$90719 35, closed at $9 30x9 32J.
Lard steady, 67Jc higher ;caih, $6 15
6 17J; July, $6 206 26, closed at
$6 25 ; Augu,t, 10 206 37, closed at
$0 35(7iV6 37 i. Short rib mlea steady ;
csb,$577580. Boxed meats steady ;
dry salted shoulders, $5 205 25 ; short
clear sides, $0 05fi6 10. On the Pro
duce Exchange butter ruled dull;
creamery, 12J15c; dairy, 10llc;
eggH, 1010o.
Afternoon BotirdTork easy; An
gus', $9 25. Lard steady ; AuguBt,$6 35.
UKOCEKIEN.
Coffee Oommon,9 J 9o; ordinary,
9J101o; prime Kio, 10illc; choice
to fancy, llj12jc; old government,
2425o; Ceylon, 20c.
Soap 3J5Jo per pound.
Sugar Pure white, 6jc; off white,
6c; yellow, 6J6c; open kettle,5J
blc ; refined A, 6c; granulated, 7
7Jc; powdered, 7io; cut loaf, 717o.
Salt $1 25 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 45 1 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
eta, bleached, 2i7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2030c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c ; common to fair, 20
25c ; prime to choice, 3033c ; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c.
Tobacco Common, 11-lnch, 25
30c; other" grades and styles, 35 86c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 78c.
Candles Foil weight, 1010Jc.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per do
en: Pineapples, Jl 351 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 35l 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 25 1 35;3-lb,:$l 151 30; straw
berries, $1 351 40: raapberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries. $1
1 15; greengages, $1 601 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 : aoparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $1 5515; cove
oysters, full weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oyBters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $e.
New York, Jnne 24. Coffee spot
fair Rio quiet at OJc ; options steady,
hnt very quie ; sales, 4250 bags ; June,
July, November and December. 7.60c ;
January, 7.55c. Sugar firm and quiet;
refined dull; yellow, 414jc; off A,
6)58c; standard A, 5J5 13-10c;
cube?, 66gc. Molasses firm; 50"
test, 18c. Rice steady, demand fair.
IIORMEN AHO MULES.
HoRSES-Good driving, $150225;
good saddle, $140300; plugs, $35
80; good mares, $85140.
Mules 14J to 15, $110135; 15 to
15J, $125140; 15i to 16, $160176.
Good demand ; supply fair.
HOUSEHOLD HUPfLIEa.
Apples Dried apples, 34c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Pbas $1 601 75 per bushel.
Vegetables Onions, $3 from
store; $2 602 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4060c per 100. Turnips, Wc
per bushel.
Fruit Oranges, Loni&iana, none;
California, $7. Lemons, $67 per
box. Bananas, $1 502 bO per bunch.
CocoanuU), $0 per 100. Peanut Vir
ginia, 71c; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2fc higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Pickles In jars, pinta, 95o; quarts
$150: half-Ballons. t'i 75: gallons
$3 75 ; loose, barrels, $6 ; half-barreis,
$315; mixed, barrels, fiuoo; mixen,
hv I tarreis, $6.
(1 aJE3 London layers, $3 40 ; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
$3 504.
Potatoes New, $1 752.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014c for largo; Arkansas,
35c.
Walnutij French, 12c; Naples,15c;
Grenoblee, 1.5c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $77 50 per bar
rel and $44 50 per half-barrel j Vine
gar, 11010c per gallon.
Poultry Old Jiens, $275; mixed,
!2 50; young chicken, $lf;
2 75.
Fish Mackerel, half-arrela, No. 1,
$4 r.05; No. 2, $3 2.a3 50; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-lb kit. No. 1, Sue; No. 2,
70c ; 15-lh, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
family, Siki per box.
Game Game fish, U12c
Eoos- Quiet at U12c.
COTTOBI MEEO OIL., Elf.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 por ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
boat), $6; wagon at mills, $8; Meal
Prime (f.o.b.1, $14 14 50 per Urn. Lees
than car-load lota, $16. From store,
90c per sack. Cake Nominal, $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lota, prime,
crude C. 8. oil, 22c; prime sum
mer yellow, 2027o ; off-summer yel
low, 2325c; miners' ; choice
cooking summer yellow, 28(a)30c ; oft
crude, 1821c.
New Orleans, La., Jane 24. Cot
ton seed products active, firm and
higher; prim crude, 24c; summer
yellow, 3133c; cake and meal, $19 50
20 per ton.
HIDES) AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint. 12i15c; dry
salt, 1012c; green saft,61(iSc; groen,
66c; deerskins, 1517c. Beeswax,
2021c; tallow, 33Jo.
HAUUIHU AND TIES, LTD.
Bagging Jute, 9llc; flag, 9J(3;
10Jc, aceordingto weight. Ties, f 1 20.
Nails 12 25()2 35.
whisht, when, Mtiroai, Er
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, f I 'K? ; rye, $1 75(6; domes
tic, 90tfl 50.
St. Louis, Mo., June 24. Whisky
firm at $1 10.
Chii-aoo, III., June 24. Whisky
s'eady atfl 14.
Cincinnati, O., June 24. Whisky
steady at $1 10. Sales of 479 barrels
of finished goods on this basis.
PErKOLKUH NAKKET.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c por gallon.
Cleveland, 0.,Jn e24. Petroleum
steady ; s. w., 110, 7jC.
LIVE NrMJA.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fod,
900 to 1050 pounds, 4i(34c; good,
3i4Jc; choice grase-fod, 3J3ic;
food, 36ft3)c; fair to medium, 2j
jc; common, lj2c.
Hogs Choice, SJ4c; good, 3 J
3Jc; common, 331.
SiiKKr-Choice, 3j4c; medium, 3
3Jc; common, $11 50. Choice
lambs per pound, 5Ci45Jc.
Kansas City, Mo June 24. The .tea
Stork Indicator reports: Cuttle Ke
ceipts, 2504 head ;Bhlpmen?a,l 184 hend;
shippiug slow and weak : fat cows
steady ; choice to fancy, $4 9l)5 15 ;
fnir to go d, $4 B0(Vi4 80 ; common to
medium, 14 4 40; stockers and feed
ers, $3 954 20; cow, 23 40.
Hogs Receipts, 9627 head; ship
ments, 4690 head ; the market opened
slow and weak, clcsing linn and
active; good to choice, f4 154 8(1;
medium, $44 10; common, $3 65
3 90. Shoep receipts, 961 hoad:
shipment3, none; market steady; good
to choice, 2 5!t3 25; common to me
dium, $1 602.
CmcAao,lLL.,Jnne24. The Droven'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts, 8000
head; shipments, 2100 head; market
about steady, trade brisk ; shipping
steers, 950 to 1500 pounds, $3 05
4 45 ; stockers and feeders steady, $2 75
4 40; cows, bulls and mixed, $2
3 00; bnlk, $2 603 .'!(); through Texas
cattle-cowe, $'J2 75; steer, $3 20
4 50. Hogs Kocoipts, L'0,000 head;
shipments, 6000 bead; market vfcry
active and a shade higher ; rough and
mixed, $4 154 4');;packing and ship
ping, $4 25467J; light, $4 154 40;
skips, $2 753 60. Sheep lteceipts,
3tXX) head; Shipments, WH) hoad; mar
ket steady; natives. 12 403 50; west
ern, $3 303 75; Texans, $2 4U360;
lamba per head, $1 403 25.
NEW TORK DRY UOttlaN MARKET.
New York, June 21. There has
been an increased general demand for
all classes and styles of woolen and
cotton fabrics, followed by void sales,
and as stocks are reduced prions are
correspondingly firmer, if not charer.
Trade is good.
Pennyroyal Fills.
"CHIt'HKNTEK'N FStUUHH
Th Original nnil Only Uonuln.
Bale ancUiwaya (Uliablt. llewaraol wortl.
I ..Iioitatlona. lmliaiinaablet I. ll tt'J.
An your Urnniilal (or f 'blrhMtrrl
l.nvlr "and Inks no other, or Incloae te
(tauii) to ua for iartioulara IK nrraa by
rrlnrn mnll. PAPtB. hi
rhralrr lirmlcHl t o,,
1t.ll MftdlMtii MqiiMrx, flillmii.,
TKAItEaupilld by OKO. C.UOODWiM
'wimlMKla Arl. Bomlon, Mixta.
a In KWn ttia t4
liatalea 4 Ihnl claaa m
wncdiaa, anil ha rai
ainuu aalvwul lailmwi
Wuxf iir IISOS
rn. fwr
liaawoa t larot
ba pmbllc aad aow raalal
1. V ika Icadlai tvfaa
.OtnJP;-,.
ieMrirriruiflila, .
notice or
Stockholders' Meeting
NOTICKla hereby glvaa that the annual
meeting of the atookholilera of the
Kanaaa City, Memrhia and UirminKhura
Kailroail Company will be held at the offioe
of the Minimil'1'1 and Tenneee Railroad
Company in the town of Hernando. De'Oto
oounty, in the MaU Miaaiaali, at u
o'clock, noon, July 1 , SNi. lor the purpoae
of electing Uirectora and for tbe traninotlun
of auch other bunineaa aa may properly oome
before the meeting.
OKO. 11. KETTLKTON. Prei't.
J. 8. Poati, Seo'y. , ,
DISSOLUTION NOTICE
ONthelut day of May, lHi, the flrm ef
OKKKK k ADAMB, Attorneya, waa dia
,lv.d by mutual eonaent. OHEEK,
K. F. AlMMri.
NEW FIRM.
i. f. Auixs. LAiaavca limb.
ADAMB tta IjATUTI,
Attorneys at Lair,
No. IO HsdlaoD ;., MfoapbU, Traaa.
Practice in the Bute and Federal Court of
Tenneawe, Arkanaa and Mia- iaaippi.
Notice to Contractors.
St. Louta, ARg.NBAg ad Tkxas Railwat, 1
Orrtcg or th Cmar tuoiHaaa, V
T...,.... T... June It). fgHS.
SEALED pnpoala nddreaaed to the Chief
Kngineer ol the Bt. Louia, Arkanaaa and
Teiaa railway. No. 4"4 Market atraat, Bt.
Louia, Mo will be revived nntil 12 o olock
noon 01 me nn w jojj, i-., .u. oy"
atruction of a Koundhouae and Machine
t.L . ... Ti: . III.. A.b Pritimuli trt have
the enfelope lu'iornod. "Paopoaala for
R..undhoue and Mn-hina Shopl at Pine
Bluff." The following ia an approximate
aiatementof iiiantitioa :
4,11 o ou. yiiriiB oi r.iu.,nu.
2i,(i It. II. M. Lumber. -l,UTO,i0Urick.l
liOii Squarea of Hravel HooOni.
Plana anil apecificationa can be soen at the
general ofllre of the Company, corner ol
Fourth and Market itreeta, Ht. Iioaia, Mo.,
at the offioe ol P. II. Uoulahan, Man ter 'ol
Tranaporlation, Tine Bluff, Ark., and at thia
The Company reserrea the right to raject
an, or allLbidvaXiJ Q
W. R. CBcartos, Oea. bup't.
f I tO a D4TS.
jt yoHmtH4
f f wutiirtnaia, V
ltrMilyM
8Smai
RIVERS A.D STEHB0.1TS
srtAMCR LEAT1BU
THIS DAT.
Frlara Point....jAaa Lac, 6 p.m.
Oaceola... .....Coahi. 5 pd.
St. Louli. CaLi.t Maarur. S a.m.
SfOVEMENaej AT THE LEVEE.
ArritiU. Ka'e A darns, Arkansas
City; Janiei W. Gaff, Oincinna'l;
(iayoao, Tptinville; Port Eadp,
New Or U an a. t
Vpnrfurrt. Kate Adam', Arkanaaa
Citv; Gayojo, Tip.on ville; Jaiues W.
Gafr, Ciarinnati.
Boat Due Vp. IMls Memphis,
Jamea Lce, Mary Houston. .
Boat Due Down. City i f Irovidenco.
Kooelpta Teataurdnf .
Jamr a W. Gff-375 brli flour, 8tfl
b. 1 U V. . 1 ! . . h Ufl nbm limi.
ture, 20 pkos steel, 804 Dills anokei, 18
bales hay, tWl bxa starch, bO dci pails,
13 cawa eges.
Gayoeo-30 hd Block, 10 coops
chickens, S3 bdls shingles. -
Kate Adams 20 bales cotton, 294
sks cottonseed.
rFTIRE MOVEMEHTM.
Thi Anchor Line packet today ia
the Belle Memphis for HU Lonis.
Tin Alberta No. 3, Cit. A. B.
Smith, is announced to leave tomor
row evening at 6 o'clock for White
river.
Tui Coahoma, Capt Henry Caoper,
is the packet th a evrniug at 5 o'clock
for Ojceola and the upper bend. Wm.
Smither bai charge of her oflice.
Til Jainrs Le, Capt. Thoinin Clair
gett, is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Helena, Friars I'oint and
all way landings. Will Asliford is in
her otlice.
Tna Milt Ha'ry Lino steamer Fred
die KobiuHon, Capt. Mill Hurry, will
be due this evening and leaves again
tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock for all
points ou White river.
UIKKKAL BJEWN.
Oait. Jamih Cakk, deputy wharf
master, is out and convalescing.
Tm river at thia point is sta'ionary,
marking l! feet 7 tenths by tbe gauge,
or 20 leet 8 tenths above low water
mark.
Tim remains of the exploded steam
er Mark Twain have been brought to
this side of the river and located just
above the foot of JeH'crson street,
where the work of rebuilding will be
commenced at onco.
RIVER Mil WEATHER.
Ornci Hional Kaavica, U. S. A.,1
i Mem pit is, June 24, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Memphis time:
Ab've Low
Water.
Change.
STATIONS.
Rise, Fall
Feet. IOUib
lOths lOtha
Cairo.
Chattanooga ...
Cincinnati
Pavenport
Dubuque
Fort bmith
Helena
Keokuk
La Crosse
l'venworth..
Little Rock
Ixmlsville ,
Memphis
Nashvillo
New Orleans...
Omaha
Pittsburg
8t. Ixjuis
Bt. Paul
Hhreveport
20
14
20
3
5
5
3
27
0
11
0
8
20
14
12
12
2
"a"
3
27
20
17
Vickslmrg
Daagar I.laie Feet and tentha of a foot
above aero or gauge I
Cairo. 40 feet.
Chattanooga. 33 leet.
Ilavenport, 1.
Fort Bmith, XI.
Helena, .
Leavenworth, 30,
Loulaville, 2ft.
New Orleana, 13.1.
Pittaburg, 22.
Ht. Paul, 7.
Vlckiliurg, 41.
Yankton, U.
Cincinnati, IW,
Dubuque, 111.
Keokuk, U.
ha Croaae, M.
ittle Hock. Z)
Metnphia, M.
Naahvllle, 4U.
Omaha, IS.
St. Louia, 32.
Bhreveuort, M.
PiTTSBDBfl.Jnne24. Noon River 2
feot 8 Inches on the gange and station
ary. Weather raining aud mild.
W n ebu no, W.V A., Jit ne 24. Noon
River 5 feet 2 inches on the gange and
falling. Weather clondy and pleasant,
Cincinnati, Jnne 24. Noon River
20 feet 1 inch on tbe gauge and rising,
Weather showery; thermometer 76,
EvANHViLLic, Inn , Jnne 24. Noon
River rising, with 14 fott 3 inches on
tho gauge. The Ohio will pass up at 1
p.m.
loiBViu-a, June 24 Noon River
risinx, with 9 feet In the canal and ti
feet 10 inches on the hills. Business
dull. Weather clear and pleasant.
Cairo.Jiiiib 24. Noon River2 feet
0 inches on the gauge and rising.
Weather cloudy ami mild. Arrived:
City of New OrleatiH, New Orleans, 8
p.m. ; City of Vicksbnrg, Vickslmrg, 4
a.m.; Paris O. Urown, Cincinnati, 4
a.m. Departed: City of New Orleans,
St. Louis, 9 p.m. ; City of Providence,
Vickslmrg, 10 p.m.; City of Vicks
bnrg, Ht. Lonie,4 a.m.; I'arisO.Brown,
New Orleans, 11 a.m.
A OAIID
To ill who are auflaring froa the errora an
tndiacrettona of youth nervoua weakaaaa,
sarly deoay, loaa of manhood, eto., 1 will
aenda reeii-e that will oure you, FKEEOI
CUARME. Thia great remedy waa dlacover
ed by a mlaaionary in South Amerioa. Bend
elf-addreaaed envelepe toll he He. Jmsrw
T iTVlf, Htitlinn ri . Pjr.m V
on.Kenl(lent Kotlce.
No.fta, R. D.-In the Chancery Court of
Bhelby County, Tonn. Louia A. Boehler
va. Fannie Boehler.
Itariiearing from bill which la aworn to in
thia oauae that the defendant, Fannie lloeh
ler, la a non-reaident of tbe Mute ef fen
neaaeo, and that hor retidence ia unknown :
It ia therefore ordered, That ahe make
her appearanoe herein, at the courtbouae
ol Shelby oounty. in Memphia, Tenn., on or
before tbe tlrat Monday in Auguat, liwd.and
plead, anawer or demur to eomplain
ant'a bill, or the aame will lie taken for
eonfeeeed aa to her and aet for hearing el
parte; and that a eopy of thia order be rub
liahed once a w.ea, l.T lour aucceaaive
weeka, in tbe Memphia Appeal. Ihia 2M
day of June, I'M. A ool'T attoat:
B.I. McIOWELL. Clerkand Maate .
By J. M. llradley, Deputy C and M.
T. 11. KdgingUn. Bol. for pomp! nt.
IIOLSTEIN CATTLE.
AVTUH9I IMPOBTATIOK.
MEWl'IIIW, TESSI, lO.
STOCKMEN, fhrmera. dairyman, and all
fanciera of thia fatnoua and favorite
breed, are informed that.the above ahipinent
will compriae a very choice assortment of
,,t, I on.. ..I. .11.. v ml IV.I IH'IP.
ERS (to calve early in CALVha lof
both aexea and dropped thia apnng).
All pure-bred and aaiocted by noted Juilgea
with the greatest care from wel'-Ruown but
ter familiea with bih-claa milkinir alraina.
Partiea wanting strictly flrst-claaa animala
fur foundation tuck to auoooacfully eitablih
a herd, are cordially invited to correspond.
Our pricea will be found reaaonabie special
terms lorordore. Apply for full informatieo
Jo ADAMSUN 4 BOM ALDSON,
$4 Udenhall aireot, London, Kngiand.
STEAMBOATS.
Memphis .V Cincinnati P'k't Co.
FOB SO OATS OSLY
Bzoursilon Tlitteail
Commanding
May 1st. ,
The Elegant
Steamers
Buckeye We, 0hh A Jaa. W.tJaft.
ear Thlo Company will sell ROUND TRIP
TlCRKTs from Memi hi to Loulaville.
Cincinnati, and all Caitera Cities, el
greatly Heduoed Ratea.
ear Tickata include Meala and Stte-roou.'
Keturn ticketa good on any boat in the line
Each boat carries a fine (string Band.
BOATS LEAVE MEMPUIS
Mondavi and T.nrsdayi at S P. Me
For Information Inquire ef C. B Rt'S
RKLL, Agent, U Madison atreet, Mamphla,
Tone, R. W. WISK. Hup't.
FOR VICKHBUB'-
Bt aoaiie asaisl New Orlene Arlior'
l.taie-r. aa. Mull. -FOR VlCKsBDHti.
Ity of Cnlroesv
Lightner maater, RSuJa '
Will leave the Klar.tor HATl HDAi, June'
2th, at K p. m. For freight or paaaage apply '
C. I,. Hill. P. Art. AH'll'KM. Aot.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOU18.
Fur Hickman, Cairo, St. Louia and all Way
Lauding The eleaant steamer
I. 11. 1'owell lTSS,
Vickera maater, ""jrvt
Will leave the Klevator PATl KDaTT June
Wth, at II p.m for freight or passage apply
0. L. Mm.i .Pi... An'f. All STOHM. Ai'i
5.
FOK NKvV ORLEANS.
For Vlckaburg, Natchea end New Orleana
The elerant ateamer
Ann e P. Silver, jZS
Win. U. Thompson matcr"Xulie4
Will leave the Klevator SATli HDAV , .lune
2tith, at 12 m. For freight or passHge apply
0. B. It r r. . Pna A'rt. ADHTOHM. Ae't.
FOR TIITONVILLE.
or Osceola, Hales Point, Caruthersvllle,
Uay.no ami Tiptonville- The new steamer
W. P. Hall master J. D. Fuller clerk.
Will leave aa above, and all way poinU.
EVERY
i .itJi.MiAV ana iiii'nMMj, at a
Por freight or pasnae apply .n howrj
I.EK LIN E.
aaeiasaiini.,it rita aisaua mim nsaipaii
ml aexn PfM-auviJUiMnpany .
For Helena. Mlendale, Vriara;VohA and all
Way Lauding Hteraioer
Tiiiiicm JLc, "igtfC
J. Q. Coopar, ;rarer... J. W. Stunners, dot k
Wll leave aa aiia. i every MuUOAY,
WKliHaaUAKand1 ilDAY. at t o'olock.
for Randolph, Fulton, Osceola and Wef
Laadlaga Hteauier
CoilllOIlia, ZAftmJ
K. 7. Clatgail... roaster I Piatt. " hiMetVlaiarl
Leaves av0r MONDAY. WKbNa.-liAS
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m.' The boatl of lult
line reserve the right to paaa all land' Hi
tbe captain may doera anaafe. OSce, N 1. i
M.U.on. .1AM Y.H 1, KK, Ja .Hui't,.
MemphlHaV U kite Hirer Fkt.Co
Tor I'lnrenslnn, Uevalla lllunT.
Arc, Augusta. Uearoy. Newport, Jackaon
port, llalesvllle and all Way Landings, '
hth. i iui umw, . ,fl
ft. C. Poalal. ....... . ......master. luV.IWaTaf
Will leave EVERY WKDMCSDA Y ai i p.m.
NTH. AI.IIKRTA NO S,
Albert 1). (Smith mnstar
Wil
TI
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Will leave KVa'RY 8A1URDAY at 0 p.aa.!
inrougn ratea given w ail poinia. ireigna
iiinsigned to the Memi.hla aud White River
Packet Co., at Memphis or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general Inform'
tlon apply at otE,'o, No, 3 Madison st.,or
('nil Telephone M. II. 0. LWK, Ag't.
FOlt WHITE IUVEIl,
MILT IliUKT'N
MEMPIUS ft WHITE 1UVER FK'T
Freddie Robinson. r.G
M R, JlarTy..--,. maater
For Helena, Terrene. Be Valla IiluS, Dei Are,
Auauata, tiearcy, Newport and Batesrille.
Will leave aa above SATURDAY atft p.m.
Through ratea to all points. Freight eon
signed to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will be
promptly lorwardetf. W. J. P DOYLE. I
Office 12 Mn.llson st. Tateph"" 'tl.
The Ht. Francis Klver TrauHportatioa
Cc.'s Fine Hide-W heel U. 8. Mall P team a:
Rene Macready, ..jSS"'
O.iK.Joplln ...maater,
HILL LKAVR MEMfUlla ETKR1
. ' TI KNIIAI,
at o'clock j for Mariano a, the Cut-Off. lis
Intermediate landings on ot. Frenota river.
The captain reserves the right to raaa al
landlnrs he deema nnaafe. JAB. LIE, Jr.
HnprTn'lw Office, No. 4 Madison at .
Memphis and Vlcksbnrjr Packet Com
pan jf U. 8. Jl all LI ae.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkaa
aaa (llty The eleganl passenger ateamer
KATE ADAMS, rSZ
M. H. Cheek... m aaaer I W. 0. Blanker. oleri
" w ui.ui.i hVi.i m
Memtihls
KVKKY MONDAY and TUURBDAY, alt
Leaves Msmi-dli
in t .n.) TllllH
....... th. w4ulil In , all landlnea
the captaia .ineydeeea unaale. For enerai
Inloriuallon appl at offlce, No. 4 Madiaoa
street. K. WALWORTH. Agent.
n.HM QHR. Ps.s'v Avent. Telephone it'.
CURTIS & CO.
MANUFACTURING CO.
817 aiul
LOUIS,
N. Socoii
Ti'
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QA1MC ENGINES
OA If Of DOILERO
SAW MILLS
WOOD-WORKINg MAflHIMFRY
LODGERS' Sl RAFTERS'APPLIANCES
SAWANO PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
4i WBITK KOIl CATAlXHt'K. M
CIIANCEHY SALE '
09
ItUAX ESTATE.
No. 501.1, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county. Slate ol Tonneaaee va. L. U
Cobb et al. ...
Bi virtue of Interlocutory decrees for sale,
entered lo the above oause on the )ta
day ol June andfth day of Sovember. 1HK5.
M. B. 4K, p.5tK.and M. B. 50. page 111. Twill
aell at public auction, to the highest bidder.
In Iron! of the Clerk and Maater a omeet
eourthouae oi Shelby county, Memphia, Tea
Bearee,on
NatnntHjr, Jul J , 1HM,
within legal hou-a, the following deeoribed
property, situated in Shelby oounty, Teo-
" LoTli, "block 'Se.trontlng xl7U feat, gouth
aide ol Ueorgia street, ...
Hart lot 1. block 41, beginning on south
side of Vance atreet (W leet eaal of the corner
of Ht. Martin atreeti thence eaat with Vance
atreet 7u loot! thence aouih nO feeti thenoe
weat 70 feet; thenoe north 60 foot to the be-
'"tSt"'!, block M. beginning on the weak
side of Hernando street at northeast oorner
of aaid lot; thenoe eeatwardly with tbe line
of J. M. Wilson's lot Irri leet to the eaat line
ot i. Moshy's lot; thence aouth with aaid
line 21 feet; thence eaelwirdly with Henr
No an'a lino to Hernando atreet; thence
north with said street el feet to the begia-
"le'rina ol Sale On a credit of ail montha,
note hearing interest, wuh aeooriiy, re
quired ; lien retained: redemption barroa.
I. Mou6wftL.CI.rk -li
v 11. K. W.ilsh, Deputy Clerk and Maater.
r. tt. X l. n . hcipul-u, ami'
-a-a- -a -r . 1 T TH 1 1ST .
"VTETUKRLASD PKtNKKR 4V7, H.F.E.B
JN Thia flebrated Holstein-anesiao Bull
will be at 1) Jefferaon atreet tor tM
filteen daya. His aire is at the head of eimitll
A Voeeirg herd, and is regarded aa one ol
th. best Uk aad -atW b'W A
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