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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY,
JULY 4, 1880.
a
mm AUD COMERCE.
K05ET 8 PEB CEXT., HEW TORK
EXCHIHGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton FIrm-Mlddllnp, 9e-Sale
Yesterday, 1125
Bales.
Money in fair demand at 8 per cent.
Local securities dull.
The cotton market closed firm;
middling, 9c. Bales, 1125 bales.
At New Orleans f pots were tteady;
ales, 600 bales ; middling, 9c.
At Liverpool there was modera'e
business in spots at fall pries; mid
dling, 5 316 J ; futures fctsady and l-16d
higher; July,512d.
IMPOSTS.
Seventy-four pkgs butler, 56 pkgs
bacon, 16 pkqs boots and Bhce,
1500 bu corn, 1 car cotton teed, 141
sks cotton seed, 180 pkxs dry goodr, 16
pkgi eggs, 204 b'les hay, 8 ikgs ba's,
9 hd cattle, 19 000 ft lumber, 5 pkgs
linn org, 250 brls meal, 2 cars potk
sides. 2 brls sugar, 85 pkgs tobacco,
2500 bu wheat.
KLBVATOR RK PORTS.
The following shows the amount of
tra'n received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today:
Corn received, 4063 bu: withdrawn,
4S76 bu ; in store, 44,228 bu. Oats re
eived, 1143 bn ; withdrawn, 372 bu;
in store, 13,140 bn.
JOHN L.
9 Madison St,, Memphis, Tenn.,
DEALER IK
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS '
AMERICAN c or row,
OIL TBCSf CERTIFICATES,
riNANCB.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing House report is as fol
lows: CLKAKINOS.
' Saturday, July 3d, $105,677 61 ; total
this week, $1,250,951 45; total
last week, ' $914,307 59; cwre
BDondins week in 1885, 2833,175 60;
corresponding week in 1881, $636,-
631 27.
BALANCES.
Saturday, Jn'y 3d, $61,322 90; total
this week. $368,420 29; total last
week, $298,743 62; corresponding
-week in 1885, $244 648 68; corres
ponding week in 1884, $161,800 73.
EXCHANGE.
New York sight on all points. Bar
buying, 1 premium selling; New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, discount; New
Orleans,! discount buying, par selling.
BAXK STOCKS.
Bank of Oommerce-149 bid, 152 asked
First National 149 bid, 155 ssked
German Bank 192) bid, 200 aaked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planten..151 bid. 151 asked
Mercantile Bank...l35 bid, 137 aaked
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Bluft City 100 bid, ... aiked
Hernando 103 bid, 105 asked
Home 72 bid, 75 asked
MemDhis Oitv 102 bid, 105 asked
People3 82J bid, 86 asked
Phoenix..,
.10 ) bid, 103 asked
Planters
VanderbilU.
'Arlington
Factors
...105 bid, ... afked
...21 bid, 22 aiked
30 bid, ... asked
.... 20 ESked
miscellaneous.
M. and O. R.R.sharee..S7 bid, ... asked
M.4T. R.R. ehares....47 bid, ... asked
M. 4 O. consols, 7s...l2 ) bid, ... asked
M.fe L. R. lot m. 8s. ..105 bid. ... asked
Mis.&T.R.Rcs,A..117j bid, 119 asktd
Miss.&T.R.R.Ci,B...110 bid, 111 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 0 97 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 0 107 bid, 109 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6d 94 bid, 943 asked
Tax. Diet. 6a 103J bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Watfr bonde-...96 bid, ... asked
Hnnannr Oil Works bid. 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trnRts -...3t bid, 32 afked
Pioneer Ootfon Mills 22 bid, 25 asked
Mem.8tor.Oom.Co-101 bid. 104 aaked
Mem. Us hto 'k 80 bid, 84 asked
New York, July 3. Monpy on call
easy at 1 JC5?2 rer cent Piims mer
cantile paper, 45. S erling exchange
firm at 487 for sixty days aud 488
for demand.
Tbe weekly bank Etitement shows
the following; changes: Reserve, de
crease, $3,332,8-5; loans, inereaee, $4,
657,200; specie, dtrease, $'29,500;
legal tenders, dec eae, $2,407,000;
depesi's, increase, $1,583,300 ; circula
tion, d 'Ci ease, 3700. The banks now
hold $11,021,450 in excess of the 25
per cent. rule.
Bonds Go7ernrcent bonds were
dull and steady lody. 8 a'e bjnds
were m g'ected. Rai'nad bonds fait
the general la k c f i, iters', and the
otal eale stow a d c ease of $1,170,000
from tho:e cf vesterday. Erie sicodi
were rexa'kably ective, t-teit sab's
reacbinit f)07,50l, leaving only a lit le
over $1,000 000 t bo div drt am'jr g
tbe rther is'ne. Th' re was a'sj some
activity in Indiana, Blooxi ig'on and
Western iucomea, but the rama n'ler
cf th'ist wai quiet, though grnmally
firm, fl.al p icsi gn-.er.illy showing
alvenit-s of tractions Indiana,
Bl wmi' gtin aid Westem firs s loit
2J,at 951, and the sco'.di 3,at 75, and
Waba h fevt'BB of 1879 7, at 75.
Stocks Thrre was e y little busi
ness in t t-icl s ruii l ite in the aftir
noon, whin Wtsrn Unioa give a
jump aud rose t 69Jy9j, at waich
pii e it closed. Tim favKab'e earn
ings Bta'prceiitf of S:. Pad snd North
ern Pacific nave thi-m a tod ttaniiog
on the lis and Sr. P.ul was ihe sec
ond f.vori e ia th day's dfa irg.
VVfst nn Uuioa ope ied at sni as
moderately so ive until tl tt nom,
when it becp.me very active and the
close of (ho maiket wss amidst g ea;
excitement. The reisone givtn for
the movement wore various, chief
morgthe stor es being tie rumor
that there had been a conference be
tw.en thfl Wesrn Union snd Balti
more and Ohio Reread Companies,
and annthpr that a lame 'broker hat
bf en caught with a ehirt interest i,f
2.r 000 shares: anotbe that the tres-
etice in Eu-ope at the same t'me of
Mpwra. D.ne. F eld. Gjmtt. Geo'ee
Gon'd aort Pender, IndicatPd some-
thiricr rnmarkahla iu the tt"ck. Lou
don broknis weie eaid to have been
heavy huytrs. Erie preferred also
sa nt-d 21
Tbe total snlcs of stocks today were
209,897 sbartS, lncludino; De'Rware,
Lacks waiina and Wesirrn, 23,690;
Erie, 19,250; Lake Shore, 7910; North.
western, lu.sw; new xcrs. uentrat,
3676; Pacific Mail, 3500; Sc. Paul, 31,
135: Unloi Pacfic, 4210: Western
Union, 43.1C0; O eoo Transconti
nental, 8197. Closing q uotitions :
soTiBimixrs.
TJ. 8. Si, 100T4 4, eoup, 12
iil't. rOOinO M OI 1B, UO.
BOkDg.
Missouri, 8s, 101H.
Tenn. 6s, old, 60'
urn. .vaiui. , i
cent. ru.
. liu, 115S- ID. A R.tt.lets.ul.
VI i - 1 u i L . iin
U.U !,.!. " ,1" Mil n in IP DDIU11..I liv,
M.K.AT.,Qen 6s,954.North. Pm. liu, 116
North. Ph. 2ds,lUi3.N. Western con., 144
N.W.rt. deb. 6s, lilt. St.L.S.F.Gen.M, lt
St. Paul, eon., 130. St.P.,0. P. lsts.U.
1. P. landgrante,38-T.P. R.O.exeou. 57
DenAK.t
U. r. lti, USft. west Dnore,
STOCKS.
Adams Express, 140.
Allegheny Ceo.,'.
Horrii AB.,offd.,H2
Nashville AC., 66.
N. J. Central, x.
Nor. A W., pfd.,S8H.
Norttacrn'Pae., VS.
Northern P. ptd.,61.
0. A N. W., 115.
C. A N. W pld..U2
N. Y. Central, 106.
N. Y. 0. A St. L..
N.Y.Bt.L.AC..D..21!.
Alton A T. U , 34
A A T. H., p(d., 83.
A mar Iran Ex., 108.
B.C. a. AM., 55.
Canada Pao.,67.
Canada Sou., iM
Central Pacific,
Chesapeake 40., 6
l.a tn
A U.,lstpta, 18.
0. A O., 2d ptd., 10W. Ohio Central, -.
C. A A., 143. Ohio A Him., 22.
0. A A. Ptd., TO. 0. A Miss., pfd., W.
C, B. A Q. 135)i. Onurto A Wtit., 14
C.St. L.AN.O... Oregon Nev.. 1087.
0., St.L. A P., 1194. Oregon Trans.. 84.
C.St. L.AP.p.,28. Oregon Imp.. 22.
V., S. dC V.i 29. rMIUU oinu, 007).
C.A C. Panama, 88.
Del. A lint, 99ft , , Peoria, b. A E., 2294.
Del., L. A W., ISOVi. Pittsburg. 151.
Den. A Rio Q.. W. Pullman P. C.. 136
Erie, Sn. Reading, &A.
brie nfa., W-i. Rook Island, 125.
Bait Teni... & , St. h. A S. )., 24.
East Tenn. ptd. 1. St. L. A S. F., p., 49W.
Fort Wayno, H4K. Bt.L. A S.F.,lt 9.111
Hannibal at St Jo., U. M. A Bt. r., Wi-
H. A St. Jo., pfd , -
n. M. A St. P .n. 123
Harlem, 2H.
Unuston A I., 42.
St.P..M. AM., ll&M
St. P. A Omaha, 4HS
Et PaulAO.pfd., 112.
Txa Paoifio, Mi
T'DioajMifio, 56.
(J. S. Express, 63.
W., St. h. A P., 1M.
W.,St. L. AP.,p.,(
W. A F. Ex.. 124. .
.W.U.Tel.. 6'..
Col or adii Coal. 24.
Uomestake, 21.
Iron Silver, lf5.
n. : im
llinou ten., liv
nd.. B. A W.. !..
Kansas A T., SIH.
Uke E. A W., il'A.
ake tthore, KH.
00. a Ntua., i-.i.
on. AN. A., CO.
M. A 0. first pld , -
M. AC. pfd., -.
Mem. A Char., 33.
Minh. Can.. 74.
M., L. S.AW.,65.
jn, u. o.a TT ., W). uutriu,
M.,L.8.W.,pfd,l.QuioksilTer, 4.
Min. A St. L., 21. Quieksilver.pfd, 22,
Min. A St. L.pfd,47.8outh PaoiSo, -.
M'ssouri Foiflo,lo,'4.t5ulro. li.
Mobile A Ohio, 14.
Losdos, Juy 3 Contois, 101
5-10 for monsy, and 101 f for the
account. The amonnt of bullion gune
into the Bank "f Esglaad on balance
tiday is 73,000.
aris, July 3. rnrae per cen-.
rentes, 831 2Uc f.T the account
Berlin, June 3. Tbe statement of
the Imperial Baok of Germany shows
a decree ia specie of 18.520,000
rra-ks. .
bank cleabinqs.
Baltimore, Md., July 3. Clearing',
$2,235,321 04; balances, $371,667 07.
New York, July 3. Clearing house
sta'eoieDt: Clearings, $123,212,283;
balances, $7,635,475.
Philadelphia, ,Pa., Ju'y 3. Bank
cleaMrgi. $11,989,411 36; balances,
$1,739,177 81 ; clearing for the wek,
$5,28 1,603 93; balances, $9,929,967 61.
Toe commercial exchanges are closed
today.
Boston, Mass., July 3. Exchanges,
$16,284,456; balances, $1,686,200. For
the week, exchsng s. $90,955,324;
balances, $9,834,911. For the corre
sronding week in 1885, exchanges,
$67,725,242; bihn e, $9.327, 293.
COTTON 3IAKKETS.
The local cotton market opened
fi-m, and closed firm, middling snd
above neid LvgDer; miaaung, c,
Sales, 1125 bales, a 1 to spinners.
EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
YeeterJay.
Ordinary 7t
Good Ordinary. .,8.
Low Middling 8
Middling. 9
Good Middling.... 9
Middling Fair 10 J
Fair.- Nom.
Dusty 6t?i
Stains, tings -.7
Friday.
7i
8
8J
9
8!
10
Nom,
658J
7i8
COTTON STATEMENT.
Hsuphis, July 3, 1896,
Stock Sept 1,1885.-... 1,392
Receivedto-dav 17
Received Droviou8lv...E42.510 543.919
Shipped to day 424
Shipped previously.. ..523,915
Hoin consump'ion to
date 135
5?4,474
Stock running account
Import.
Thus far this week
Thus fur last week
19,445
Since September lbt 542,527
M. and O. R. R
L. and N. R. R....
M. & L. R. K. R
Sieamers
Wagons and other sources.,
Total
Ezoorli.
17
Thus far this week
Thus far last, week
424
678
Since September 1st 523 915
L , N. O. & T. R R 424
Total 424
No market at New York holiday,
The New Orleans spot market opened
riuf, and closed s'eady; middling
9c. Sales, 600 bales. Quotations were
as follows:
Yesterday. Friday,
Ordinary 7i 7t
Good ordinary 8 8
Low middling ,.8 8
Middling 9 9
Good middling 98 9
No businers dono in futures holi
day.
DAILY PORT AI INTEIUOR MARKETS.
Tone,
Hoc. I'ricts (Stock.
25 H.294
111 9 33,li03
2!KJ 0,217
7 8 6.98")
4G9 9 4,3.8
8 784
4ll 4,797
9 12,250
- 248,139
13:4 9 j 6,310
i'i 8""" I."'"""
Galveston
NOrleane.
Mobil ....
Sf.vannati.
Charl'ston
Wilm'toc.
Norfolk....
Biliimore
New Y.rk
B iston
Philad'a...
Sl.Lo!ii?...
Augusta...
Irlidy
-t ady
rirm.
quiet,
(iu et.
firm,
tiolidy
nnm.
hnlifiy
quiet
quiet,
fim""
Receipt at porta, this dav, 18S0. 3,023
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 69
CONSOLIDATED atatrmbnt.
1886.
1885.
1H84.
R'ts U. 8.
p'rts ld'y
Ex. Gr. Br
Stock
3 023
9,4 6
69
66
336,264
345,429
2S6"6l6,
R'ts Sept. 1
5,312,010
4 706,141
4,740,144
For's-n Ex l4,10n,02i1
3,731.6(H)'3,080,475
Increase of receipts this year.... 605, 875
At noon Liverpool Bpots wete re
po.ted business mod-T e; full prices
Sales, 8 00 bales, of which American
7100 bale'. Rece;pts 20,000 bales, of
which American 8700 bales.
(iosng quotations were as follows :
Ordinary, 4 5-1'd; good ordinary.
4jd; low middling, 4t5-10d,; good
middling, 5 7-161 ; middling uplands,
5 3-i6d ; middling Orleans, 5d.
The prictt are given in pence and 64(As,
fius.- 4 63 mean 4 63 64d; and 6 01
meant 5 1-64 .I
At noon: Liverpool futures wero
steady) July, ; July-August, 612d;
Aognstibeptrmber, o liJ ; beptembar
Oc ober. 6 08d: October-November.
5 04d; NoTembeDef ember, 5 03 J;
jjexemoer-jaanary, oiwa: January
February ; September, 5 13d.
Atl p.m.: Liverpool tutares wfre
steady; Ju!y, 6 12d sellers; Jaly-An-
ris'.olzd sellers; Augut-teptemter,
12d selleri ; September October,5 07(1
buyeis; October-November, 6 03d
buyers; November-December, 5 02d
buyers; December-January, 6 02d buy
ers; Janury-Febiuary, 6 04d buyeis;
September, 5 131 sellers.
INTERIOR MOVEMENT, JULY 2d.
Receip'j this week 6 282
Same week in 1885 3,473
Same week in 18S4 5,222
Increase compared with 1885... 2,809
Incrase compared with 1884... 1,060
Shipment) this week 15,920
Kama week in IHHo o.v.'it
Same week in 1884 7,257
Increase compared with 1885... 10.091
Increase compared with 18S4... 8.663
Stock this week 8904
Same week in 1885 33,616
Same week in 1884 37,523
Increase compared witn 1885... 63 378
Increase compared with 1881... 49,378
CROP MARKETED AND IN SIGHT JULY 2D.
1886.
1835.
Net port recolpts
to July 1' J
4,706,072
615,855
252TO
6,573,927
16,401
Overl'd movement
toMy31.t 808.575
Est. South, cons'n
to May 31tt 290,000
Am't marketed.. ..6,407. 808
Add int'r stocks in
excess of Sept 1. 71,144
Amount in siglit...6,479,012 5,590,328
plantation movement.
1880 8,307
1885
1884 3,768
1883 6,977
WORLD'S VISIBLB SUPPLY.
The New York Financial Chronicle
of July 2d gives tbe following fig
ures: Total visible supply, 1,853 ti.l
bales, against 1,850,295 in 1885. These
figures indicate an increase of cotton in
sitfhtof 3318 bales, as compared with
the same da'e in 1885, and a decrease
of 319,(S0 bales as compared with earn
date in 1884.
GENERAL TRADE.
BREADS! Uf FS,
Corn White, 46c ; mixed, 453, from
store; from levee or depot, white, .19r ;
mixed, 36c; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c ; mixed, 3940c.
Hay unoice. from store, vomhuo:
prime,70c; prairie,50c; round lots from
levee or depot, cnoice, tizianz ou;
prime, $1112; prairie, $77 60.
uats wnite. ivs: mixeu, aio.
from store; round lots fnm levee on
track white, aacked, ?5363; mixed,
sacked, 3?31c.
Bran From st ire,6370c per cwt ;
round lots from levee, $'0 25 per ton.
Biians Navy, fl 75W2: medium,
$1 IX&l 76; German millet, $1 20
40.
Ocrnmeal Standard, $2 25; pearl,
$3 2.'.3 50 from store, 6c cheaper from
mill, levee or track.
Ri; Louisiana, 4JW6c; Uarolina,
e7c.
UATMEAL ia nau-uarreia, an
from Htore.
Floi-r In car lots, double extra,
$3(3)3 60; triple extra, $3: family,
$3 76 4: cboioo, $44 25; fancy,
$4 25(.)4 60; extra fancy, $4 604 90;
patento, S5 25(g5 65; from store
family, 44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90: extra fancy, $5
5 25; ptents, $5 50(36 25.
Obackbo Wheat Iu half-barrels,
$4 2 from store.
Hominy and Grits From store,
$3 153 2.
Cbackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 4c; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7c ; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; singer snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sarted fumbles, 9:.
- - PBOV1NIOMS.
BtTTBR Creamery, 30(3)34c; dairy,
1520c; ba',tertne, lQgios; country
12i(a18a. accord n 2 to condition.
Cheese Prima flits, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 12c; Y. A.
12Jc.
Iloa PflODrJCTS Mes po'k, $10 75;
Buzdr cued hsrrts, 113l2jc; break
fast ba: on, 810c; clear sids p. rk,
77Jc; clear rib side pork, 63 'rt
68c; long clear p-rk, O'gOlc; pork
shoulders, (ic. Ba"on Clear rib
side, 77o. Lrd-Tierces, 665c;
half-barrels, (i7c; kegs, 6ic; para,
7i'-i;7ic; half-pails, 77jc;60 lb tins,
6i6c; 2iMb tn, 7.'7c; 10 lb tins,
7J.i7Jc;5 lb tins, 737c;3-lb t'ns,
773c; choice kett e, tierces. 88Jc.
Fbush Meats No. 1 beef,8c; Mut
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
lambs, $31.
CtBOCERIEN.
Coffee 0omm9n,9l9c:ordinary,
10ic; prime Rio, 10llc; choice
to fancy, ll($12e; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20c.
Soap 35o per pound. .
Sugar Pure white, 6c; off white,
68c; yellow, 66r!; open kettle,5j
6ic; refined A. 6Ju; granulated, 7
7Jc; powdered, 7c; cut loaf, 77Jc.
Salt $1 25 par barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 45(2)1 60; ooane, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, ?17c car-loads from
levee or depot, 6j cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7l8o.
Candles Full weight, 10c.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en : Pineapples, .til 85(3)1 61 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, SI 351 55; swondc,
$1 101 15; ton atoes, 2 lb, standard,
$1 2X1 35; 3-lb, $1 151 30; straw
bdrriu:i, $1 S5fcl 40; ra' pberriH",
$1 151 25; bluckterries $1
1 I'i; erpeogajus, $1 601 75;
pears, i'i 20 pltims, 11 wko
1 70 ; axpart'igU8, 1 2 60(3 4 : srreen corn,
$11 35;greon p. as, $1 5516; covo
oysters, lull wei :ht, J-ib, $ltn)l 10;
cove oysters, full yeiubt, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysiei i, light woigbt, 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters lifiht weight, 2-lb,
$1; condens-wl or ilk Crown, $5 90;
Eaule, $7 75; Swi , $6.
Molaspbs Louisiana, common to
fair, 203 c; prim i to choice, 3040c ;
svrup, 2040c; conmonto fair, 20
25c: prime to ehoi ,3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy. 32(34
Tobacco t'muiin, lllnch, 25
30c; ether grades i nd styles, 35C-85c.
Snuff Garrett's, Id 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 6C.
UOOHKUOLU SUPPLIES.
Apples Dried apples, 34o per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
(o)4c trom store.
Peas SI 50fotl 75 per bushel.
Vegetables Onions, $3 from
s'ors; S3 5U(u2 60 from levee or
denot. Cabbaae. $2 75(3)3 rer crate,
Garlic, 4060c per 100. Turnips, 60c
per bushel.
Fruit Oranges. Louisiana, none
Calrornia, $7. Lemons, $07 per
box. Lananai. SI 5D(-t,2 50 ner bunch,
Cocoanuts, $6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7c; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, Z)o inguer; Snellen,
10c. Almonds, 18?0c.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
$1 60; haU (rallons, U 76; gallon
$3 7&;lonse, barrels, $6: half-barrels,
$3 ; mixed, barrels, $1060; mixed,
hall. barrels, $6.
ft AUn London layers, $3 40; lay-
rs, $2 76; California, ; Imperial,
$3 504.
Potatoes New, $1 752.
Pecahb Texas, 8(5) lOo tor small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
S5c.
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,15c
Grenoble, 15c. Filberts, 12a.
Cider Missouri, $7(37 50 per bar
rel and $44 50 per half-barrel ; Vine
gar, ll16c pnr gallon.
Poultry Old hens, $275; mixed,
$?(7,f2 50; young chicken?, $1
2 75.
Game Game fish, 11(3)1 2c
Eaas-Qaietat 11c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 M)5; No. 2, $3 253 60; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-lb kit. No. 1, 80c; No. 2,
70o; 15-lb, No. 3, 50c Dry herrings,
family, 30c per box.
COTTOM MEED OIL, ETC.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; wagon at rniDs, $3.
0 r loal lot. Prime crude C. S.
oil, 22'23c ; off crnde, 1619c ; prime
eumrrer yellow C. 8. Oil, 27(S)29a;
oft summer yellow O. S oil, 2520c;
Miner's cummer yellow O. S. oil, 28
3'lc;Caoics cooking summer yellow,
29(u)30c: prime cotton seed me A, (1. o,
b)$H14,fcO.
Less than car-load lota. Prime
summer yelbw O. 8. oil, 28Mc;
choije cooking summor jel ow, 30
33c.
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint, 1215c; dry
salt, 1012c; green salt,6Sc; groen,
56c; deerskins, 1517c. Beeswax,
2021c; Ullow, 33o.
BAeOINO AND TIES, ETO.
Bagging Jute. 9llc; flag, 9
10c, accordingto weight. Ties, $1 15.
Nails 12 20(592 30.
WHNKY, WINES, l.ltrOR, ETO.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 606; rye, $1 766; domes
tic, 0C()tl 00. .
PETROLEUM MARKET.
Coal Oil Prrne white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., July 3. Petroleum
quiet s. w., 110, 7Jc.
Pittshubo, Pa., July 3 Petro'eum
irregular and fa:rly active; opened
60lr, declined to 65n, and then rallitd
to 66c st 1 o'c'ock this afternoon.
LIVE Rrooti. t
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 44jc; good,
34jc; choice grass-fed, 33Jc;
good, 3(3)3Jc; fair to medium, 2
2jc: common, lj2c.
Hogs Choice, 84o; good, 8
3lc ; common, 33c.
SHEKP-Choice, 34c; medium, 3
;c; common, $11 60. Choice
Iambi per pound, 5(5)5 c. -
Kansas City, Mo., July 3. The Lite
Slock Indicator reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 7 78 head ; shiDinenls, 601 i head ;
mrkt ettong snd fairly aoiiya; good
to choice, $4 604 85 ; common to
medium, 33 50(34 40; stuckws, $2 75
3 30 ; feeders, $3 5W4 ; cows, 23 40.
Hots Receipts, 4630 bead shipments,
2389 head: tbe market openel ict.ve
and 6c higher, clcs ng weak, with ths
advancs lest; good to choice, H 40
4 65; common to medium, $4'a,4 30;
p'g, $3 753 95. Sheep rtcelLts,
none ; shipment?, none ;roai ket steady ;
good to chrice, 2 503 iib; common
to medium, $1 502 25.
Chicago, III , July 3. The Droven'
Journal reDOits: Cattle Receipts,
800 head; shipments, 200 head;
market tte. dy; sl ipping sei rs, 950 to
1500 p.undf, $43 50; stockers and
feeders, $2 254 20; cows, buds and
mixed. 1 50(5)4: bulk. 2 25f)4 40;
throigh Texns cattle, $34. Hogs
Recoiuts, 11,000 head; shipm. n s,
5000 hsad; fnry hogs sold 6c bigh'r
narlv and c'otd dull: tjukIi and
mixtd, $4 504 90; packing aud shio
ni:ig,4 80(a 5 00; light weight, $4 50
4 95; fkiis, $2 904 30. bhnep
Kecfip's, 1400 hed; shipmnts, 200
heid; marktt very dull ; nativis, $2
4 25; Texans, o.
NEW YORK IHtV UOOIIN MARKET,
New York. Ju y 3. The dry noods
market, observinu tbe day is a holi
day, tt ero H ro rTort 10 maKB, nor
wiilthetebo any repoit fro-n either
market on Monday. ,
A OAIID
To all who ara inhering from tho arrori aa
lnilisorstioni of youth nervous waakoass,
arly dooar. loss of manhood, ate., I will
end a recip that will eure you, FREE 0?
C11ARGE. This treat remedy was dltooror
ed by a missionary In South America, bend
clf-aJJrossed enrelor totha Rev. J ntrt
-r
Pennyroyal Pills.
CfllCIIESTERtl ENGLISH."
The Orla-lnitl nnd Only Sstnnlna,
Rata .nrl nlwnn KAlinblA. Uewaro O! WOflh,
ii . Imltntlnna. Indisnensnhl'' tn I. ll KH.
your Drtiaiflut lor !hlhiier,
I nali ''and take no other, or inolose te
(stamps) to ns for paxtioulara m t.irrat by
r'l II ril 111 H 1 1 . r . - K-mr-mn. m.
chenttr IimuIciiI Co.,
UHIV BinillnoD Biinair. ripjiwin., - ,
i l KAUU supplied by OkO.O.aoOIW12f
V i
nholMal Atu. Reea, Mn,
CHANCERY SALE
OF
ESTATE,
Mo. .1121. U. D. Chanoery Court of Phelby
-ounty. oiate of Tonnosseefor use, etc.,
, g.iFPi n names e ai. i
R virtue ot an Interlocutory decree lor
min ffntarml tn inn above rnuae on th1
22ii di of Junuary, 1SWJ, M. B. M, i.apif ln.1,
I will skII t nublio auction, tu lh high
est bidder, in (runt o tbe t'lork and Mair'i
oOiVe, courthouse 01 bog by ouunly, Jloiu
phis. !fnn.. on
within lomil bnum. tbo foil iwii de-crlbed
property, sitiuted in bbelby county, Too
ncsxee, to-wit: , ,. . , .
Lots 111 and 2H, Kemt crt fubd vi'inn, front
In I'Mt Mrh rn th ulile of Uo s ave.
nue, and running buck UH)i ico;. 8 .Id m
property of Am Belby, Jonuio Talbot anU
others. .
Lot 81, K. P Stewart's subdivision, tro 't-
Inff 60 teo on the si.'ia or mIk'Ahihim av
umiA and ritt.fiinir I a.-k between lU'llll I
li.A.ftn tltt nnrll, line !2:',.1 lfiet. at'd on the
south line 2l'.l 'ret to an ail y, being the
third lot north of Chapin avenue.
Terms of Hale '.'n a cr it ot six months;
n.i. ith rnriiv. hnarina intcrntit reriuired
lien rotxined: redompuon barred, this
June 26. 1 -1.
H T MrnnWRLL. Clerk a"d Master
By H. F. Walih. llenoty Clerk nd Vaster,
F. 11. AC. W. Uoikel,,Srlicitors.
XXOXjttTJJINB.
"VfETflERUND PI'lNBER 4(7, IT.F II.B
Tbli O lebmteJ uouieiu-rnesian dui
mt 1MO Jf,flnrson street tor the nil
fifteen davs. His ire in at ibe bend ut Smitt
A Powell s brr ', and is regMen es oi e o
the best milk, and butter bu Iseverl moor ed
n. it i.i.-' tt 1 1
liu liAiii, or ive
gener torismadeei
pressiy :or tne cure
of diireneration ot
the generative or
sun I here Is no
mistake abon tbisin
.(.mi.ant tn t. Uik.
V W . f I tin,,,,... vBm
YVf!r1 .1 U VI..I TPIilITV r,r.
ILn UilLI parts mo- ret.,re
ii ,",v..'i i .v.. i ,i.
them tn health, action. Do not oonluun
this with Klectrle Belir adveri.l'-d to oure
all Ills from hesd tn toe. It lor tne Oft li
n..l Aa mtrrtAa. YnT nlmu'ars SlViDK Inl
nformat'ion, address Cheever Eleotrlc Belt
Co., 1U1 Washing ton street, tbioag til.
RIVERS m STEiMBOATS
TEAMERH LCATIHCI
MONDAY.
Friari Point. Jtans Ln.S p.m.
Arkansas Clty....-KTa Adahs, S p.m.
Osoeola...........CoiBoiii, 5 p.m.
TiptonTille. . .. ......Q 4Toso, 5 p.m.
Cinolnnutl ....... Jinn Y'.Qi.'r.i p.m.
Vicksburg .. .C't or PaoriDixct, rjp.m.
TUESDAY.
St.Franeli RiTer...En. Foster, S p.m.
St. Louli Bills Mmrma, 6 p.m.
Arkansak r.!vr....R. L. Cobi, 5 p.m.
New Orloans C'Tor Batos Rouui,12 m
WEDNESDAY.
White River.... CaicusiW, S p.m.
JIOVEMKNta AT THE LEVEE.
Arrivals Freddie Robinson, White
River; City of Vii kaburg, Vicksburg;
Rne Mcrea;ly, St. Francis river;
City of St. Lotus, New Or eans.
AyurfMm-Ci'y cf St. I)us, Pt.
Liuis; City cf Vickahurg, St. Loo is
Fredd e Ribinsin, Whito River; Al
berta No. 3. White river.
Boattin Port El Foetsr and Rene
Macready.
lioatt Due lknm Uoa'ioms, uayo-
so, Jarars W. G.1T. City of Nate ties,
Arkansas Uity snd Uity oi frovidenre.
lioatt Due Uv James Lop, R. L.
Cobb, Kats Adams and Chickasaw.
Receipts Teterdjr,
C.tv ot St. Lou's-71 br's sugar, 70
sks and 10 brls salt, 75 doanjohns and
7 fulls sack'.
Freddie Robirson 4 bales cot'ot,
43 sks need, 17 pkgi bides, IS era ej
oars, 13 sks corn and 32 pkgs sundries.
FUTIKE "OVKBEBITS).
Thb Ed Foster. Cap O. K. Joplin,
goes out Tue-day for St. Francis river.
Tea Chickasaw. Capt E. C PosUl,
is tbe Wednesday pai.ktt for White
nvi r.
Tna Anchor L'ne packe's Tnesrlay
sre City of Ba'on Roua fur New Or
leans and 15.118 Mi mpnis loret t.otus.
Ths Jamf 8 Les. Capt. Thomas Cleg-
gatt, is tbe par-ktt Monday evening at
6 o'clock for Helena. Friars Point and
all wiy landings. Will Ashford is in
her Ulko.
Tn Qsyoso. Capt. W. P. Hall, 1 the
packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock
r Halts i'clut, iipt nvnio, ami an
way landings. B. O. Michell has charge
tf tier ofllce,
Tna Coahoma. Cant. Henry Cooper.
is the pucke Mo:iiuy (trt ooa at 5
o'clock for Osceola and trie tippir
b nds. William Smithi r has charge
if her cilice.
Tna dtv ot Prov'dence, Capt. Gjo.
Carvel), ia tbe Anchor Line packet
Monday evening at tiu ciocsi lor tcss-
borg and the bends. F.ank Perkins
and Sid Wheeler are ber cleiks.
Tna R L. Oubb. Capt. E. B. 8ml h.
Is the packet Tuedy evening at 5
o'clock for all points on Arkansas
river, imiog tliroush to 1'ine Ulutl.
Chas. Musselman has cbaiga ol htr
office.
Thb Ka'e Adams, Capt Mark R.
Cheek, is ths United S ates mail
pat kft Monday evsnirg at 5 o'clock
for Helens, Ark osas City and ill way
huidints. W. O. Blanker is in her
olli e, issiBt.tl by Will Lash and Mor-
r.s Uans.
Tub Jmes W. Caff. Capt. John 8.
Jones, li the picknt Monday evening
at 5 o click for Cairo, Loniev.lle, Cin
cinnati, and all way lmdiogs on the
Oh o rivfr. H. O. Bruce and Lew
Brigus are hfr clerks. Tue U.ll will
give cteap rates to all points Norlh
and East.
(JEKIRAb KEWN.
BueiNis quiet.
Wbatukb clear and warm.
Rucking by river yesterday, 4 bales
cott ju and 48 sks reed.
Thb City of Vickshnrz passed up
lust evi'tiing for Ht. Lnu s.
Thk All.pttji No 3 c i a'cd'ofit even
ing f:r Wbita river with a fair Dip.
iIipt. W. P. Hall, of the Gavoso.
n turned yenerJay m lining from Now
O leans by rail.
Tne tnwhnnt 8. L. Wood, w th 33
barges and boatt (if coal, pjscu down
early yejteiday morning hr New Or
leans.
Tint Rf no Mnerra Iv hfls laid UD for
.1 . . ... V I I? r,.,T
llln l'0-utlH tt'JU I. IV U I a-,,oi "l' wu
in br place Vursltiy evening for St.
Fren. ii river.
TnicCitvof St. Lonia nsseed uo at
antarlyhour yis'eidiy morning for
H . Louis, mi i U icurgeu nere
peck ages sundries.
Tub river at this roint mirks 22 feet
1 .tenth by the panne, or loet z-
tuiitiBSDovo ir.w wa'tr mars, a rise oi
3-tei.tha in 24 honrs.
Tnit Frnrt l, Rii ir.ain ariivnii vsl-
toidy morni' g frrm While river with
4 bhlis cut on, 4H sacks co ton. 17
pt'cltBKes Hie-, 18 tra'es oas, 45
n i'limiii annilrinj. m il r. tnrnpil lnnt
evhiiinir wiih a bitf triu of .'raieht and
a gcoil liet f psop e
KlVt H AMI WEATHER.
Okficb Signal Skrvicb, TJ. S. A.,
Mbmi'uis, July 3, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 71T meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Memphis time:
Ab've Low
Water.
Change.
STATIONS.
Rise 1 Fall
Feet. lOths
lOths lOths
Cairo.....
Chattanooga ...
Cincinnati
2H
U
23
4
H
5
4
3D
e
11
5
0
2:1
12
11
10
o
15
4
3
2S
ao
U
Davenport
Du))u)iie
Fort Smith
Helena
Keokuk
I. a Crosse ,
Ixnvcn worth-
10
Little Hock
1 xj ii i bvi 1 13
M III l)l 1H
Nashville
New Orleans..,
Oinuliu
I'ittHlmrg
St., I mts
St. I'aul
Shreveport
VickRhurg
Ditagrr I.l n feet and tenth! of a foot
above rn or gauge i
t'n ro. 40 fe..t.
Chattanooga, 33 teat.
Du. enport, lfi.
Fort bmilb, 22.
Helena, .
Leavenworth, 20.
Louisville, 26.
New Orleans, 13.2.
Pitt-burg, 22.
r-t. Haul, 7.
Vicksburg, 41.
Yankton. 24.
Cincinnati. 60.
luhuue, 16.
KeokuK, 14.
La I rcmie, 24.
L'tt'e Rock. 23
Meiniihis, 'M.
Nashville, 4U.
Omaha, U
St. Lculs. 32
hhreverxirt, it.
Whbklino, W.Va., Joly 3
Noon-
River 4 (utt 3 iuchei on the gauge and
hilling.
PiTTHBoaa, July 2 Noon River 2
fi et on thnne and 'ailing. Weather
clear a id h t.
Ciucinnati, Ju'y 3 No-m River
24feet 11 InrhHino t ietaaieatH rising.
Weitnw fair; thermomeiet 80.
Evanhville, Imd., Jnly 3. Nnon
River fallmir, wi h 19 'e t 7 Inches en
their t'gx. AtivwI: G-ifl, at 0 a.m.
DfparUd: Usff, at 10 a.m.
Lovisviliji, July 3. Noon River
f)linft; 9 feet 7 inches in the canal and
7 feet 5 Inches on the falls. Weather
clear and pleasant, Btulnesa fair.
Cairo, July 3. Noon River 28 fett
4 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm. Arrived :
Oilo, Memphi, 8 am. Departed:
Ohio, Cincinnati, 9 Am.
STEAMBOATS.
Memphis & Cincinnati P'k't Co.
FOB SO DATS OSLT
Bxaurailou XXntoasit
Commencing .
May 1st. dm
The Eleirant
Steamers
2
Buckeye State, Ohio A Jus. W. Haft
w Thl (Company will sell ROUND TF.D
TICKET.? from Memphis to Louisville,
Cincinnati, and all JUstorn Cities, at
greatly Heduced Rates.
ar TIcketa include Meals and State-room
Return tickets food on any boat in the Una.
Kaoh boat carries a Fine titrina Band.
BOATS LEAVE MEMPHIS
Mondays ana" Thursdays at 6 P.M.
For Information inquire of C. B. KITS
BELL, Afoot, li Madison etrrot, Memphis,
Tenn. H. W. WISE, Sup't.
FOR VICKSBURG.
tit Lonla una) New Orleema Anchor
Mue-t . H. Mwll.-KOH VICK8BUKU.
City of Providence, rs.
eo. Carvell.... master, kWlSMa
Will leave the Elevator MONDAY, July
Mh.oatp.m. For freight or panes se apply
C. L. 111.1., Pans. Aa-t. AD H'fCKM, Airent.
FOR NE ORLEANS.
Ht. Lonla unit New Orlrnnej Anchor
l.lue-V.N. Mnll-KUH NEW OHLKANS.
City of Baton Rouge
R. J. Whltledje... master, sHWtS?k
Will leave the KlevaUir TVKSUAV, July
Sth. at 12 m
For Ireight or nassaice apply
O. L. Ham., Psm. Aa't
Sl WfuKM, Mlip i.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ht I.onln ut Nsw Orlaina Asirhot
Mai tJ. H. llnll CA1U0 A BT. LOUIS.
Belle Memphis,
Oan. Baker master,
Will leave the Rlevator 1UKSUAV, July
6th, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply
O li. II. i.l,, Pass. Alt 't. Af STiiKM, BupH.
FOR TIPTONVILT.E.
For Osceola. Hales Point, Carutheraville.
Uayoso and Tiptonvllle The new eteaniet
W. P. Hall master I B. 0. Mlchell...olerk,
Will leave as above, and all way points.
KVttRY MONDAY and THURSDAY at It
rtjnoeKhiMiassepjilv
LEE LINE.
JteoiMiiitiM,!' rinri tstte mia Mn,iii7
stnd Oavooola PitaTet)niiiakiijr.
for Helena. Hlendale, FrUrs-Potms. and all
mi banainae owamer
James is5e,
J. B. Cooper, master....J. W. Bmttnere.cibrk
Will leave as above on every MONDAY,
JkUf(a,auAianair.iuAi,ai so oioca.
For Randolph, Fulton, Osceola and Waj
Lanaintt Bieamer
Coahoma,
C. T. ClaiMt...meAler I Piatt Wbo.ioirrl
tt ...,ur.x. ,1, u I , 1 . , 1 1 1
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of thl
line reserve the right to pass all laadllsi
he num mayaeeo nnsaie. umoe, m,
.IAMITH TiKW, .t..Hnr'
Arkansas Illycr Pk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
B. B. Hmllh ... master. elWhMstaul
Leaves Memi his Every TUKHDAY, ats p.a
11. 0,
Office, No S Madison st.
ijun n, Ageat,
Telephone No. M
Memphis White Kirer PktCo
For OlatroDdon, Dovnlls Bin nr.
Arc, Augusta, Hearoy. Newport, jacasoa
port, Ilateavllle end all Way Landings,
NIK. 4 1111 KAN tW, . .11
F. 0. Postal. ..- r.,:t ".i,tmi
Will leave KVERY WKDNKUDAY at 6 p.m.
TK. AI.IIKRTA NO 8. .rf
Albert B. Hmiih manter Cii' ffBWC
Will leave B.VKRY BAIlJKDAY at 6 p.m.
Thrnunh rates elven to all nolnts. Freiaht
consigned to the Memphis and White River
racket uo., at inompnis or lerrene, win do
fnrwarded promntly. For general informa
tion apply atolnce, No 3 Madison St., ortj
Cull Telephone S2. If. O. LOWK, Aa't.
F0K WHITE RIVER,
MILT II Allll VIS
MEMPHIS WH1TK ltlVEK P'K
Freddie Robinson, r.&.
M. R. Harry ...master
For Helena, Terrene, De Vails Bluff, Dea Are,
Augusta, Hearcy, Newport and Batesville.
Will leave aa above SATURDAY at 5 p.m.
Through rates to all nolnts. Freight con
signed to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will bt
promptly tnrnarded. W. J. P. DOYLbj. .
()Wi-e 12 Madlsnn t. Telephone &T7.
The Kl.FrmicIs Ulver TrannnorUtloi
Co.'l Finn SMe-W heel U. 8. Mall H'"'et
O. K.Joplln master,
WILL LEAVE M KM1UH KVER1
TdKNHAT,
at II e'jlook, for Marianne, the Cut-Off, an
lntermedinte landings on ht. Francis river
The ouptaln reierves the right to r.vi li
landings be deems unsalu. JAB. LKlt, Jr.,
nr..lnUn.Unl lSe. Vft. 4 Me,l.n st
Memphis and Vl -nhnrg Packet Cow
imiiT U. IS. Mail Linn.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkan
sas n,tv The etevant passenger gtoamer
KATE ADAMS. jiSt
M. R. Cheek... master I W. C. Blanker...leri
Leaves iHempnli
FVRRV MONIIAV and tIiHIIUDAY. at t
p. at., reserving the right to past all landlngi
the captain may deem unsafo. For general
lolorioatioo apply at otBce, No, 4 Madlsos
atreet. t, WALWOHTU, Agent.
.tOHN OA ttR, Pe.e'r ent. TelethnneStW
CURTIS & CO.
MANUFACTURING CO.
S17 anl SIO yWSiST- LOUIS,
J. Second uistrocm.
aumrrAOTVnEng or
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SAW
ANNOUNCEMfiKtSe
For Jade of Ihe) Crlnlnsil Comr.
4n resnonae in vonr call noon ma to ba
eome a candidate fnr the office of Criminal
Court Judge ol Shelby county, with sincere
thanks tor your kindness and courtesy, I
hereby announce myself as. a candidate for
the position, rnbjeot to tbe action of the
Iiemooratio eonrentioo, 1
AJa; LAMBETH.
Clerk or Ihe Olnalasul t'oeirt.
WR are authorised to announce R. 8.
CAPERS (lor twenty-oie years Dep.
uty) as a candidate for Clerk of the Criminal
Court of tihelby county, subjeot to the Dem
ooratio Convention.
lir E are anthnrlted to announce tfABNBY
y V W. COLLIKH ns I candidate tor Clerk
of the Criminal Court of Shelby eounty,
ubieot to the Democratic Conreation.
ronaly g'onrt rierk.
THR Arrrit, Is authorised to announce P.
M. WINTKK8 aa a candidate for Coun
ty Court Clerk, subicct to tie acting of tho
Democratic Convention.
WE are authorised tn announce that
RICHARD A. UDLVM Is a caudidato
for County Court Clerk, subject to the action
of the Democratic Convention.
W! are authorised to announce P. 3.
OIIIliLhYas a candidate for Clerk of
the County Court, subject to the action or
the bholby County Democratic Convention
Jada-e of lit Frobato 4'onrt.
rpO My Follow-Citlsens of Shelby County
X Fearing that my circular announcing
nir candidacy for Probate Judge may have
failed to reach many of you, I take thig
method also of announcing myself a candi
date for that office, subject to the action of
the approaching -Deuiocrutio County Ccn-,
ventUn, and respectfully ask your kind sup
port in my behalf. 1 have the honor to be
your obedient servant, T. B. M1COU.
T7K are authorised o announce J. P.
VV YOIINU as a candidate for the office
of Judge of the Probate Court, subject to tho
aetion of the County DumocratloCouvention.
For Trnatoo.
WE are authorised to anno JOHN
H. BHADLKY as a eandtdaU lor
Trustee ot Shelby county at the ensuing;
August election, aublect to the action of tho
Deinooralto Convention.
TTTE are authorised to announce AN-
I I urtbl il nnnni.w, mnui"M.i,u
reflection to the otlioe of County Trustee,
subleot to the action of the Demooratlo Con
vention.
THR Appeal ! authorised to announce Mr.
N. F. LKMAMTKR as a candidate for
the office or Trustee or Phelby county, sue
lect to the action of tho Domooritio Conven
tion.
For Atlornoy-Uraoral.
WE are authorised to announce tfKORtll
B. PKTK11H, J., as aeandldate for
the office of AUorney-tioneral, subiect to tho
action of the Democratic Convention.
THR Anpenl liauthottaed to announce 8.
D. W KAKLKY as a candidate for Attor-
ney-Ueneral, subjeot to tne vemoorauo von
ventlon. For Boarlaler,
rpO the VoUrs of Bhelby'County and My
X Friends 1 hereby annouuoe myself lor
theseeond timeacanmuaielor tne omoe oi
County Register, subiect to tbe Iiemooratio
Convention. I am poor and need the omoe.
Feeling that my past service aa a servant of
the people has given satisfaction, and that I
can come before tne people ana ess meir
suffrages and support for County Register, I
am, respeotfdlly,
JOHN A. POWKL.
TTTK are authorised to announce N. F.
VY (BUNK) llARttlSON aa a candidal
Br Register, subject (o tne acnou oi iae
emooratlc County Coaveatlon. .
THE Anneal Is authorised to announeo
JOHN F. MoCALLUM as a candidaU
for Register, sutjeot Ju tne aonou oi wo
Demooratlo Convention. , ,
THR undersigned naeoaoea that ha Is a
candidate for Register, and asks the
npport ot the voters of Shelby county. If
elected, will endeavor te glvts satlsfectloa In
tne dlscnarge oi ine aunes oi me omoe, n
places his claims subject to the action of tho
County Democratic Convention.
Tiiuo. li. vrittnouA
Memphis, March 28, lean.
Q A. DOUGLAS, of Rerrvllle, Tenn., Is a
O ..n.ll.l.l. f.HIf(lISTKR.iiil,lei-ttotha
action of the Democratic Convention.
TITS are authorised io aDBounoe R. A.
VV VltMIIVUUIlM - Aan.ll.trtla Fnr
County Register, subjeot to the aetion of tho
Uemooraua uonvention. , 0
THK Anneal Is authorised to announeo
JOHN VV. GOULD as- a candidate for
the office of Register, eubjeot to the action of
the Demooratlo Convention. ''
Jadaroof tho 'lrBlt onrt.
WM. 8. FLIVPIN li a candidate for dry
cult Judge of Bhslby County, subjeot
to tbe action or a vemoorauo uonyenuou.
w , v. . l A ,A .nMn.,MM T. TT 1Gf
JKH, JR., aa aeandldate fnr Judge of tho
ircult Court, subject to the aotUin of tho
Veinocraiio uonveuiiuu. ,
JAMEH L. Q00DLOR will beg eandtdata.
before the Demooratlo Convention, for
nomination to the otQce of Judge ol the Cir
cuit courti ana, tr aoitaieu, wm tomi
tbe suooessful nominee. ' I
W anlhnrtseil to alcounce that J0I1N
JOIINHTuN is acandidttefor Judge of tho
Circuit Court ot enemy vouniy, ruujeo, v
aotloa of the Democrat InConvention.
lor 'lrnlt 'o(irt Ciork.
WE are aulhorlned to announce Mr.
O KORUH J. OAMl'llULL as a candi
date for Circuit Court Clerk, subject to tho
ontinn of the Demnnratlc Convention,
J. G. SCHMIDT & SON,
imporwra anu arann , ,
nltloB and Flnlilssgt Tackle, Bolltlr,
Hardware), Klrolrlfl Mullx anil Ass
nnnelalurafor lintels and Itesidonees.SM
aalnalrocit, Memlila, Toan. letrl
suDiilles always on hand. Repairing aeatiw
done.
EAGLE
Boiler Works.
SHEA k McC A I'.TH T, Propr'm
140, 142, 144 FroTft, Mcmphfu.
OHE0TnLAP."hT B0ILBRBH0P8
in the Hnntfc, and the only teiaplata
Boiler and Sbeol-Iroo Wurts In theolty.
ItaiinfiMitarera of lirinvy Blato lroav
esorh of oeciF !fiH(Tlplln. bpeelal
attenttoncl von to nlanta Uon work m
Frank Schnmann.
Importer and Dealer la
dune, Flahlngr Tnchlo amt Haarta.
nirn'Hniiille. sr tioeolal attentloa
aiven to V ANUF AClUlUMi and RK
PAIRING. -
413 Wain M.,Mrinplili.Tnj
R. KUPrERSCHMIDT.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Sons, Ammnnltlon, Flshlnsr Taekla
and Ilaw-Hnll HooiIh.
WI10LFSAI.B AND RirrAIL.
sa Halu SlroKg, nomi.taU, roaau
Manufaoturing and Repairing of Une a
ntram in
Young & Brother,
Booksellers and Stationers,
3 1 Main St., Bfemphla, Teal
Lacroix'8 Mineral Colors,
Artists' Materials,
TUBE PAISTS, CASTAS, Ete,
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