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FMKE MD COMRCE
INEI 8 FEB CEXT., NEW TOSE
EXCK1SHE 14 PREXIUM.
Firm-Middling, 80 Sales
Money in f ir demand at 8 per cent.
local securities dull.
The cotton market closed firm
middling 9b. Sales, 200 bales.
At New York yesterday e pots closed
quiet; sales, 1472 bales ; middling,
9 7-lCc. A leading New York cotton
circu'ar says: "The market we
pretty firm tulay, with continuous
covering on the July aod August con
tracts and, also, to some extant on the
lata months, but tie latter: are hau
died with some froeifom. On buying
orders 6 to 8 points gnu were made,
with more or less reaction kef ore the
close on modified demand."
At New Orleans spots wer9 firm
middling, 9s ; futures fteady. and 7 to
9 pcinfs higher; July, 9.149.15c.
At Liverpool spots were firm, with
g50? demand ; n;iddling, Sjc; futures
u'et; July, 5 15C4J.
Two hucdrt-d tks bran, 22 pkgs but
ter,502 pkaB bacon, 8 pkas boot and
ehces, 10OO bu com, 2 ska coffee, 34
pkfts dry goocc, 82 pkgi epga, 1220 brls
Hour, 4U1 talfB pay, 08 pices liatp,
hd cattle, 30 bd horses end mules
1128 pkgs lard, 30 ft lumbsr, 143 pkgs
liquors, 1UU brls mual, 9 urn molafsep,
300 kgs nails, 7cnra poik eides, S3 brls
sugar, 376 pkjja tDbacco and 10,000 bu
The following shows the amount of
r'n received, withdrawn and in store
. regular elevators, as reported to
tne Merchants Exchange today
Corn received, 1974 bu; withdrawn
4068 bu; in store, 36.650 bu. Oats re
ceived, 696 bu ; withdrawn, 1926 bu
in store, 9624 bu.
JOHN Jj. XORTOi?
9 Madison St, Mcmphln, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND 6KLL8
OIL TRfJST CERTIFICATES.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
ine uiearing House report is as lol
v . Tuesday, July 6tb, J919.389 37; thus
r this week, f 497,954 75; earne
1 last week, 411,117 26; corre
Bi nding lime in 1885, 298,944 19
corresponding time in 1884, f277,-
Tuesday, July 5th, $102,680 44; thus
far this e-?k, $186,224 61: same time
lastweek, 164,472 65; corresponding
time in is-0, !tio,4'o all; correspond
ing time m las-i, $il',h j in,
. New Yor- isht on all pointp, rar
baying, J prmium Bellies: New
England d in uid, J difvonnt hnyliix
New Enelamt sia-iit. i (lis '..unit.' Ni-v
Orleans, din ount buying, pur HBiliag
Bank of Gommrce..M9 bid, fV2 a-ikwrl
first National 149 lS.j unite,!
German Bank 1&2 J bid, 200 asked
State National 115 bid, 150 nnk,'(
Union and PIautorH..i;)l bid, 151 a-kd
Mercantile J4nk...li bid, 1S7J asked
Bluff City 100 bit, ... a iked
...JO'J bid, 105 anked
ii hid, " aaked
...lO.'i hid. 10 - a.'ked
82 .bid, SO asked
lO diid, 10 i asked
10 1 hid, ... asked
21 hi, 1, 22J aaked
ill u!1, ... asked
M. and O. R.H.nri!rei?..3r hid, ... asked
M.4 T. R.U. shii -HS....17 bid, ... asked
M. A O. coiw.Ih, 7s...H') hid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lt 111. 8s...l)5 bid, ... asked
Mi8S.fcT.R.R.c,A..117j bid, 119 asked
Mi88.&T.R.K.cs,R...ll() bid, 111 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 0 97 bid, 98J aeked
Tenn. wts. mt. D to J..82 bid, 85 asked
8helby Co. 6j lor bid, 109 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6, C4 hid, 94 J asked
Tax. tiist. Bi 103.1 bid, 104 aaked
Mem. Oae boods !(' bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 96 bid, ... asked
Hanannr Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trusts 31 bid. Si asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 22 bid, 25 asked
Mem.8tor.Com.Co..l01 bid, 104 asked
Mem. tiau stock 80 bid, 84 asked
New York, July 6. Money on call
easy at ll3 per cnt. Piirne mer
cantile paper. 45. 8 erling exchange
dull at 487 for sixty days and 488 J
Governments were dull and steady
xoaay. state Doras were dun and
Senerally firm. Railroad bond-) were
all. Sales l,O72.O0O, with advances
recorded in most cases, among them
Hetroit.Mackinpc and Marquetw firit,
5 bi 117; Green Bay firsts, 2 at 106.
Stacks btocksopcined steady. Great
interest w8 manifested in Ve3tern
Union on account of iu excited ri.'ie
Saturday. Tne oomiDir a.tle was at
70, or i higher than Salurda 's doting,
anu tne price siowiy saged on. All
day lone a mu'titude of points was
given both bulls and hears, the former
claiming ttiat tne stock would go up
to 80 before Angant lot, and the latter
claiming that developments were nar
at baud which wonld reum-e the pr'ce
much belo w what it is. Erie n as alto a
favorite at the opening, it being be
lieved by many traders that London
was a lsrgn purchaser. The grangers
gradual y lost ground on reports of the
new cut by Rock Island and drcu h
in the Northwest. Chicago was
said to be selling these stocks
freely. The statements of railroad
earn'ng? for the month of Jane show
a general increase. The sterling ex
change rate was slightly reduced and
, gave something of a stronger feeling
to the market. Tbe active list at the
close showed a gsnerat riec'ine of i to
3J per cent. Western Union lott te
latter figure and Northwestern lo-.t 2J,
Pacific Mail 1, Omaha lj and North
rn Pacific 1 ier cent.
Tbe total sslf s of stocks today were
0,283 shares, including Erie, 31,860;
Anas and Tuns, 11,440; Lake Shore,
K); Iuievilies and Nashville, 3750;
JJOhweBtcrn, 19180; New Jeney
Ooal, 12,764; Pamfic Mail, 9tJ10;
,jul, 57,360; St. l'uland Omnha,
8O0O,7nTAn Pjcifln fil9f. Wnfain
Unioi 3924O; Northern Pacific per- j
f erred, 7050; Oregon TranecoBtiaent-
t, D143. UlOMngqooUUons:
C. 8. 3, Wi. 4s, eonp, V&Z.
Oil. ooap, 111. PMiflctii ( W&, 126.
L. iUmu, 4i, 77S Mimciri, 61, 101S
TB.t, oi,im. Tnn. ,ew, '.
Coot. Pu. liu, llftS- Dan. A K.T.lu,12l.
loAK.li.W.l.ts,7tJiKrie lecondi, 1U9K.
M.K.T.,an.6.v;.North. Pm. liu, 117.
North, fu, 2ds.WVi.tl. Wtrn eon.. 144
N.Woit. dob. 6l, H)9X.St.L.ts.F.GB.M,
8t. Ptal. eon.. 13U. St.P..C. k P. UU.m.
T. P. land rftnti,oHH'T.P..K.O.xeoa. 57 H
U . 1. itu. lury' hi enort,, llt.
Adama Express, 140. Morris B., offil.,142
Alleghanr Can., . NuhvlU k C. (.
Alton T. H. ,34. N. J. Central, 64.
A k T. H.ofd., 84. Nor. W., pfd.,38.
American x., 10S. Northern:Pao., 7,H.
B. C. K. AN., 55. Northern P. pfd.,5K.
CaaadaPao.,67. C. A N. W., I134i.
Canada Sou.. 43. C. k N. W ptd.,141
Tentral Panifln. 424. N. Y. Central. 1UdT.
Chesapeake AO.. N. . C. k St. L.,
C. A 0., lstpfd, N.Y.St.UAC.p.,W)-
O. A O.. 2.1 uld.. 10U. Ohio Central. ,
u. a A., 11.
C. AA .pld., TO.
Ohio A Miss., J2.
0. A Miw.. pfd., W.
v., 11. a u., vuu.no a nev-,
C. St. L. A N. O.. . Urexon NaT.. 108,
Ontario A West., lWi.
C.St.L. A P., Wi. Oregon Trans.. &
C..S. AC, 27. .
Dol. A Und.,99.
Del., U. A W., 129.
Den. A KioO.,15.
Oreitnn Imp., 21.
racino nan, H.
Panama, W. '
Peoria, D. A E., 22;-..
Pullman P. C.,136.
krie pfd., oWi.
Kait Tenn., .
East Tenn. Did. 1.
Hook lH.and. 125.
St. L. A V., 24.
St. L. AS. F..P..40.
run 1, UIie, lo. D..u.a a.E ..JISi. ,'.iiv.a
Hannibal A St. Jo.,- O. M. A St. f.,V2.
II ,fr SI .In . iiM O. M.iSl P .n. 122'i
Houston A T., !3
Illinois Cen., 13f!4.
Ind., Ii. A W., 17,f4.
Kansns A T., iWt.
Lake K. A W., 11.
Lako Shore, &1?.
Lou. A Na?h., 41 4.
Lou. AN. A., 4'J.
M. A C. first pld , -M.
AC. pfd., -.
Mam. A Char., 37.
Mich. Can .,
M.. L. S.A W..B7'-.;.
St. P.. SI. A VI.. 11. Wi
St. P. A Omaha, 4ii'i
Texas l'iioifio, Vf'i
liuion l'acitio, fx.
U.S. KsproiD, 63.
W., St. b. A P., 1S4.
W.,St L. A P.,p.,3la
W. A P. Ex.. 123.
-.W. U. Tel.,
Colorado Coal. 'Mxi.
Iron Silver, W5.
Min. A St. L., 2 M. uickMlTer,pfd, 22,
Min. A St. L.pfd,4ry.South Pacitto, .
Missouri Pncitio, 107. Suiro.ll,
Mobile A Ohio, 14.
London, July 6, 5. ConEols, 101
9 16 for both .money and tbe ac
count. The amount of bullion gone
into the Bunk nf England on balance
today is 37,000.
Parib, July 6. Three per cen.
rentes, 83f 8 Jo for the account.
St. Louis, Mo., July 6. Bank clear
ings, $31,881,144; balances, 1605,104;
exchange on New York easier, at 50c
New York, July 6. Exchanges,
$120,843,662; balances, f5'973,S94.
Boston, Mass., July 6 Exchanges
$17,247,675; balances, $1,731,621.
Philadelphia, Pa., Ju'.y 6. Bank
clearings, $10,653,637 ; balances, $1,
631,905. Baltimore, Md., July 6. Bink
clearings, $2,952,721; balances, $393,
613. COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
firm, and close! firm, middling and
above held higher; middling, 9c.
Sales, 200 bales, all to spinners.
Yesterday. . Monday.
Ordinary 7J 71
Good Ordinary.... 8 8
Low Middling 8 8
Middling 9 9
Good Middling.... 9J 9
Middling l"air....10J 10J
Fair... Nora. Nom.
Dusty 6181 6S(S)8
Stains, tinges .7(28 7j8,
Memphis, July 6, 1836.
8'nck Sept. 1, 1885.... 1,392
Ku.'eived to-uay 10
Received previously... 542,643 544,045
shipped to-day 598
Miiped previously.... 52,19l
Home consumption to,
Stock running account
Tli ns far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and C. R. R
L. and N. R. R.... ,
Wagons and other sources.
Thus far this week 1.874
Thus far last week 1,305
Since September 1st 525,789
L. and N, R. R 283
Steamers north 315
New York spots opened firm, and
closed quiet, bales, 1472 bales. Quo:
tions as follows:
rdinarv. 6 1316
Good ordinary. 8 3-16
Low middling. 9
Middling 9 7-16
Good middling. 9 15-16
Now York futures onened firm, and
closed steady and 4 to 7 points higher,
Salei, 100,600 bales. The closing quota
tions were as follows:
9 41 9 42
9.25 9 26
9 22 9 23
9 40r 9 41
July 9.45 9.48
Angnst 9.52(a) 9.53
September. ..9.43(d) 9.44
October 9 29 9.30
flovemoer...9 Z7(i 9.28
December ... 9 29 9.30
January 9 38 9.39
iebniary 9.47 9 48
Marctl 9.57(a) 9.58
April -9 66) 9.68
The New Orleans spot market opened
firm, and closed firm; middling
9c. Sales, 350 bales. Quotations were
The New Orleans future market
opened firm, and closed steady, and
8 to 10 points higher; Sales,. 18,900;
bales. Quotations were as follows:
July 9.14 9.15 9.07 9 09
Angnst 9.21 9.23 9,12 9.13
October 9 89 9.90 8.80 8 81
November-9.85 8.76 8.77
Decomber 9 88 9 89 8.79 8 80
snuary 8.98(a) 8.P9 8.89(a) 8.90
Februarv...9.09.a 9 10 9 00ra 9.01
March 9.21'i) 9.22 9.11 9.12
April .9.32 9.34 9.22 9 24
At noon : Liverpool snots were firm.
good demand: full prices. Sales. 12.-
000 bales, of which American 0900
bales. Receipts. 21.000 bales, of which
American 8600 balee.
Closing Quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4 5-lrfd ; good ordinary,
4Jd; low middling, 4l5-16d,; good
middling, 5 7-1 (H : middling uokods
6Jd ; middling Orleans, 6 6 16d.
Manchester: Ulcths dull: little do
ing Yarns firm ; light demand.
I TMpnte are given in venet ami Mlh.
thuv 4 63 meant 4 63-64d; and 5 01
meant 5 1-OW.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. JULY 7, 1886.
3ulet somewhat weaker; July, 5 15d;
uly-August, 5 16d; August-September,
6 15d; September-October, 6 lid;
October-November, 6 075 OGd ; No-Tember-December,
6 06d; Docember
Jaooary, ; January February, 5 07d;
September, 5 165 15d.
At 2 p.m.: Livertuwl futures were
quiet; July,1 6 15d sellers; .JalyAu
gust, 5 15d sellers; August-September,
5 15d sellers; September Octobor,5 lid
buyers; October-November, 6 OHd
buyers; NovemberDecember, 5 06d
buyers ; December-January, 5 05d buy
ers; January-Febiusry, 5 Otid buyers;
September, 5 15i buyers.
At 4 p.m: Liverpool futures weie
quiet; July, 5 15ds9l.'ers; July-August,
5 15d sellers; August-September, 5 14d
buyers; Septinber-October, 5 lOd
buyers; October-Novernber, 5 OHd
sellers; November-December, 5 05d
value ; December-Jan uary, 5 05d value ;
January-Februarv, oOdvalue; Sap
ember, 5 lad sellers.
daily port and interior markets.
Rscoiptj at ports, this day, ISSlj. 2,4Sri
Rocoipts at ports, this day, 1885. 1,006
R'ts U. S.
Ex. Gr. Br
R'ts Sept. 1
Increase of receipts this year.. ..609,326
Corn White, 46c; mixed, 45c, from
store ; from levee or depot, while. 39Jo ;
mixed, 36 Je; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c i ; mixed, 39j40c.
Hay Choice, from store, 75SOa;
prime,70c; prairie,50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1212 50;
prime, $U12; prairie, $77 50.
Oats White, 39c; mixed, 37c,
from store ; round lots from levee on
track white, sacked, 35S36o; mixed,
Bban From st3re,6570c per cwr. ;
round lots from levee. $10 25 per ton.
Beans Navy, $1 75(42 ; medium,
$1 50; German millet, $1 201 40.
Cobnmeal Standard, $2 25; pearl,
$3 253 50 from store, 5c chesper from
mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 4J6c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Flutr In car lots, double extra,
$3; triple extra, $3 25; family, 4;
cho'ce, 4 25; fancy, $4 50; extra fancy,
$4 75; patents, $5 25; from store,
family, S44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90 : extra fancy, $5
6 25; patents, $5 50(2.6 25.
Cracked Wheat In naif-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
Hominy and Grits From Btore.
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon -cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc; ginger snaps, extra.
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted fumbles, 9c.
Kansas City, Mo., July 6. Wheat
higher; No. 2, rod. cadi. 64c bid : Au
gust, 621o bid,;62Jc asked; September,
66c bid,67c aektd. Corn higuor ; No.
2 cash, 26 jo hid, 27c asked ; August,
28c; September, 29jc bid, 30c asked.
Oats nominal; c-sli, 21 Ac bid.
St. Locib, Mo., July 6. Flour
active and ettnng ; XXX, $2 403 60;
family $2 652 80; choice,$3 2503 40;
iaucy, i tK)(oa a ;;cxtro lancy, 3 so
CJ4 10;ptent,$4 40480. Wheat active
and bigbar; tbe market opened
firm aod iie higher, and soon ad
vanced i'sia mo.e, later declined Jo,
recovered rapidly and said ' up to a
point 22Jc higher thanFridav.wheie
it closed ; No. 2 red cash, 7878ic.
July, 76J'Si78c, closed at 78a; August,
77i79fc,closedit 7!Jc; Jembsr 00
silo, ciosea at Hisc. Uorn stpniiv mid
higher closing Ic over Friday; No. 2
mixed, cash, 30j(32e; August, 32i
33c, closed at 33c; Sept-, 34W341
closed at 34(0. Oats strong, and lc
hig(;ei ; JNc. 2 mixed,eaih,28e; Aupm',
2()c; ember, zic. Kye nrm, o4(a;fi&c
Barley, 110 msrket Hay dull and easy ;
timottiy fb i)iO; praino J47. ilax
seed better. $1.03. Bran tirm, 4bc.
Ccrnmeal asier, $1.90. Receipts
Jflour.5000 hrls; wheat, 250.000 bu;
corn, ui.OiW Du; oite, 55,000 bu;.-rye
6000 bu; b..rley none. Shipninnts
Fiou', 19,0( 0 brls; wheat 5000 bu;
c.rn, lOOi'l bu; oats, 4000; tye,
2000 bu; La: ley none.
Chicago, Ill( July 6. Wheat made
aenarp ana rapiu auvance louay, leir
iig before noon at 80c for new Au
east, after openina at 9lc. The d
vance to the highest point named was
steady and a' tended by more or less
local excitement. iNew York, consid
ering the movement to purely a lornl
oll'air, took but kttle stock in its being
anything near permanent and did riot1
respond to any great extent The
feeling here T as that it was rather too
Udden to be a. ting, and this helped
.o bring out 8' me rather frreoffcriiigs,
but after the mlgs was fdrly inaugu
rated the Au i t option did not for an
hour go bel w V9gc, keeping very
steady aroui d 80c until afttr 12
o'clock, whei it bgaa to t aso down,
lalling buck o 9jcand Uuciiuting
iround 79Jc. The ofiiicial announce.
aient of a dor ease in the vhilde sup
ply of 1,265,0 0 brr wJieat, 326,0(0 bu
Sorn and 28 .COO bu cats firmed it a
Iw points. A 'hen buying was at all
active it wts t sharp that heavy pur
chases could 1 ot be traced in any par
ticular direct ( n, or to any speaUl
houfo. Ofierir ft came out in mich
the same way, eing well divided up
between the a owd. The clce at 1
O'clock was s live and modoraiely
l"ady. A fair 'radejwos hsd In corn,
Ind a pariicn a ly lively one in onti.
Both sold hit her, ct rn at one time
being ljj oxer Friday's closing.
It was reports I that oats were be
ing bulled and b mght for manipulative
furfosee, but tbore was probably no
foundation for this. Au.ust sold at
2.'jo over Friday's closing price,
but toward the close reacted a few
points. Flour qniet and steady.
Whtat sales ranged: August, 791
80Jq closing at 80c; September, 80J
82jq closing at 82Jc; October, 8:ic;
November, 42j a84c, closing at 84c.
Cor sales ranged: Aigust, 37
SSU closing at 38c; September, 38jj
39U closing at 39c; October, 39
40H closmg at 40c. Oats sa es
rantod: July, 30j31c, closing at 30c;
Auiuet, 29j't 30ic, closing at 29ic;
8"iUmber,i91301c, closing at 30c.
Byf, higher; samples No. 2 on track,
68t Barley No. 2, September, 69c.
F.arseed h'gher, $1 09. Receipts
Flour, 17,000 brls ;;wheat, 20,000 bu;
com, 542,000 bu ; oats, 155,000 bu ; rye,
3000 bo; barley, 1000. Shipments
Flonr, 7000 brls; wheat, 121,000; corn,
1,043,000 bu; oats. 157,000 bo; rye,
4000 bu; barley, 4000 bn.
B utter Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
Hoo Products Mess pork, til 60;
sugar cured hams, 11312c; break
fast bacon, 810c ; clear side pork, ,
fl9'gu, uitMV nu eiuu purs., 0)104
6ic; long clear pnrk, 6t'5c; pork
shoulders, 6c. Bacon Clear rib
side, 77o, Lard Tierce, 6J6c ;
half-barrels. 6 j7c; kegs, 6c; pails,
7Jf i;71e; half-pails, 7i7Sc;,r0 lb tins,
6j68c; 20-lb tins, 7(a)7c; 10 lb tins,
71 o7jc; 5-lb tins, 7jJc;31b tins,
77Jc; choice kettie, tierces, 88jc.
iBnaH MsiTS No. 1 beef, 8Jc; Mut
ton, 9c; bind quarters of beef, 10c;
St. Locii Mo., Jnly 6 Provi
sions active and stronger all round.
Pork, $10 75, Ljrd,$1306 35. Bulk
mea's firm loose lots bug clear,
$" 30; short rb $5 37$; short clear,
$5 50; bnxd Icta long clear, $5 32J;
shut ribs, $5 40; ehort clear, $5 55
Bjcin strong; bmg clear, $0 8"i6 90;
hhort ribs, !f0 957 ; short clour, $7
7 12J. Hitter quiet a'id Heady;
creaiuery, I1516c; da'ry, llllc.
Eggs slow )nt steady, 8J9c.
.CnicAao, III.. July 6. MrpH pork;
sales rarffd, Julv, ill) 2.V.'10 35,
closed at $.0 1": A ugust. $10 07(iU0 5,
closed a. UtiO 20: Siptembsr, $19 17.r)
10 55,c!o ul lit $10 30; Oct ber, 1 10 27J
10 55, cled at, $10 35. Liird ; eal js
rrgd, Jlly, $6 45ffi6 70, c'od ot
JO 60; Anj.-n t, 46 5("'6 75, closed ot
6 65; Satemf er, $6 006 SC, clrspd
at $6 75.1 Shrrt ribs July, $6 27.
Butter dud. Eggs, 111 1 Jc.
9i10c prime Rio, 10Jllc; choice
to luttcyj ll12Jc; old government,
2425c! Ceylon, 20c.
8oAP-loJf!o per pound.
ScQARt-Pure white, 6jc; off white,
68c; yellow, 66$c; open kettle.Gj
5Jc; reinnd A, 6 jo; granulated, 7
7c ; powd'wed, 7Jc ; cut loaf, 7J7f 0.
Salt $125 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, blencbtrj, 27c; car-loads from
levee or depit, 5c cheaper.
Candies Hicks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and baruls, 7f8Jc.
Candles ull weight, 10c.
Canned Goids, Etc. Prices per dos
en : Pineapptei, if 1 351 65 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 55 ; seconds,
$1 10 1 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 251 35;9 b,:$l 151 30; straw
berries, $1 331 40: raspberries,
$1 151 25; I blackberries, $1
1 15; greeigages, $1 60 1 75;
pears, $22 25-, plums, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35 ; green peas, $1 551 65 ; cove
eycters, mu yeigot, i-id, i(i,i iu;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oytters, Kght weight, Mb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk drown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $0..
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2030c; prime to choice, 3040e ;
syrup, 2040c; common to fair, 20
25c; prime to choice, 303fc; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c.
Tobacco Common, 11-lnch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 85(85o.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 psr case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. K, $9 50,
Havana, July 6. Sugar firm.
New Oiileans, La., July 6. CoS
ton seed products scares and firm;
crude oil, 2425c; summer yellow,
3133j; cake and meal, rjj20c.
Santos, July 3. Coffee Good aver
age, 4050 reis per 10 kilos; receipts
during the week, 7000j bags; jmr
cbases for the United ftates, 45,000
bags; stock, 50,060 bugs.
Rio de Janeiro, Julr 3, Coffee
Keguiar ii-bl, -M , reis per iu kilos;
gouu eoconii, oouu rois; seceipis aur
lnir the psFtweek, 89,0(0 hscs; pur
chases for United States; 85,000 bags ;
clearances do., 6(1,010 bai;a; stock,
New Orleans, JulyJ!. -Coffee steady
witn a itood domaiKl ; K10, 7()iUlc.
Rice in fair demand and higher, 31
4)c. Kuguarnuietbutnrm; open ket
tle, choic, 6c; strictly prltne, 5Jc;
prime, 5Ja; centrifugal, choico white,
ojc; off whits, 6 l-16c ; prime yellow,
clarified, 6J5 13-lt'c; seconds, 4
die. Molasaes quiet but steady; open
kettle, good prime to strictly crime,
32c; cent'ifugals, prime to Btrictly
prime, iuic. ;
New York, July 6. Coffee spot
fair K10 nrm st 9ijc; options cctivo
ind higher; tales, 59,000 bags; Jnly.
8.0j8.15c; AugUKt, 8,108.20c; Sep
tember, S.L'Oc; October, H.UKa'Sjc;
Novombsr, 8J58jc; December,
s.iows.tn: January, .iwat.juc; et
ruary, 8Jc; Maicb, 8.30c. Sugar
quiet and cteady; lair ti good rebning,
quoted 425c; refined quiet; wbitn
extra C, 5j 0 ; Off A, 51c; Mould A, 0c;
standard A 5jc; contectionera' A,
6 1-10 ; Molaiees quiet and weak. Jiice
steady and quiet.
Apples Dried apples, 2J3c per
ponnd from store. Dried peaches, 3
3c from store.
Vjwktablss Onions, $2 75 from
store;. $2 502 AO from levee or
depot; Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4060o per 100. Turnips, 50c
per bushel. '
Fruit Oranges, .Louisiana, none;
California, $7. Lemons, $67 per
box. Bananas, $1 502 50 per bunch.
Oocoanntfl, $6 per 100. Peanut Vir
ginia, 7Jc; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 21c higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c. - ,
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
$1 50 ; half-gallons, $2 75 ; gallons
$3 75 ;lotise, barrels, $6 ; half-Barrels,
$3 (t; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
hs'i barrels, $6.
Kairins London Iajrsrs, $3 40: lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Potatoes New, $1 25.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
Walnuts Frencb, 12c; JNajle3.15c
Grenobles, 15c Filberts, 12c. .
Cider Now York, $0 50 per barrel
and $3 50 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 12
15c per gallon.
Poultry i'nicKens, 11 20(2)3,
Gams Game fish, ll12c.
Fogs Quiet at 8J9jc
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels. No. 1.
$1 f05; No. 2. $3 253 50; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-lb kit, No. 1, 80c; No. 2,
70c; 16-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
lamlly, 3Qc per box. '
COTTON SEE11 OIL, ETC. .
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf.
$8 per ton ; wagon at mills, $8.
ljr ioad loti. 1 rime crude V. a.
oil, 2222Jc; off cruds, 1618c;
prime tummer yellow C. H. Oil, 30c;
oft summer yellow C. 8. oil, 2526c;
Miner's summer yellow C. 8. oil, 28
30c;Ciiolce cooking summer yellow,
2930c; prime cotton seed meal, (f. 0.
Leas than car-load lots. Prime
summer yellow O. 8. oil, 2830c;
choice cooking summer yellow, 30
HIDES) AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint, 12J15c; dry
salt, 1012c; green salt,618c ; gmn, 1
66c; deerskins, 1617c Beewwax, !
BASOINU ANB TIES), ETC.
Baoqino Flag,7J9ic. Ties, $110
Nails $2 252 35.
WHISKY, WIN KM, LKtVOBsl, ETC.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour-
Don, n oiKaw; ryo, li 7o0; domes-
uc, wctaji Oil.
Chicago, III., July 6. Whisky,
St. Locis, Mo., July 6. Whisky
easy ai 91 uo.
Cincinnati, O., July 6. Whisky
sctive at $1 05. Sales of 192 barrels of
llniBhed goods on this basis.
PEIKOLKI H MARKET.
Coal Oil rri me white, wholesale
iom, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O.,' July 0. Petroleum
quiet; b. w., no", ?ic
PiTTsiirRO, Pa., July 0 Petroleum
dull, weak and lower; opened ai 0t!Jc
and declined slowly to 65Jo at 1 o'clock
live srot: it,
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 414ie; good.
3iUc; choice gi ass fed, 3J3ic;
good, 3u!31e; fair to medium, 2j
'jr; common, ll(aiL'e.
1 loos Choice, 3J!c; good, SJ
dje; coinuiou, 3;lc.
Sheep Choice, 3itc; medium, 3
common, $11 50. Choice
lamba per pound, 5fii,5jc.
Kansas Citv, Mo., July 8. The Lhe
Sok Indicator reports: Catt'e Ke-
c ipts, 2272 head; shipments, 741
qtuhty cenondly coiiiiiion; market
weak, slow, and 15 to 20c lower for
shipping grndifs; common 10c lower;
good to choice, $4 404f5; coinmon
to medium, J3 7i(":4 25 : stnekers,
$2 863 20; feeders, $3 303 90;
Hos Roceiptfl, 0054 head ;shipiuenls,
1454 head; market firm mid 10c higher;
good to cholco, $4 05 4 80; common
to medium, $4 40044 60; p gj, $4
4 25. Sheep receipts, 230: shipments,
none; ma'ketsteady ; good to choice,
$2 503J5; common to medium,
1 1U'J vit.
Chicago, III., July 6. The"2rot'rTi'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts,
6600 head; shipments, 2100 head;
market Blow, 25a below Friday ; ship
ping sioers, ?4u 25; stockors and
feeders, $2 504; cows, bulls and
mixed, $1 604; bulk, $2 40(a)3;
through Texas cattle, $:i4. Hogs
Receipts, 14,500 head; shipments,
6000 head ; market opened strong anil
closed firm: rough and mixed, $4 55
4 95: packing and shipping, 14 80
oua; ngbt weight, $4 bbfrjo; ekirs,
$2 604 50. Sheep Receipts, 1800
head; shipments, none; market slow
end weak ; natives, I24 10; Texans,
1 oo(al.J. Xlie Vrovtrt Journal t spe
cial London cable quotes beet Ameri
can steers seiliog at 13 per pound,
dressed. Offerings liberal, but the
market is stronger than last week.
NEW TOKK DKT UOODS MAHKKT.
New York, Ju'y 0. The exports of
domestic cotton the past week were
4549 packages, which makes the total
for tbe expired portion of the year
122,119 packages, against 108,546 psck-
sges tne tame timo UBt year, 90,L'17 in
1884 and 85,396 in 1883. The market
bas been more quiet in new demand
as many buyers are still absent on
thoir holiday excursion. The move
ment, however, was cf good propor
tion, as ot tne dully receipts a very
large percentage is being distributed
To all who art suffering from tho orrora an
(discretions of jrouta narvous weakness,
early deoay, loss of manhood, eto., I will
lend a reoipe that will euro you, FREE OS
CI1ARQE. This front remedy wM discover
ed by a missionary In South America. Send
elf-addressed envelope to'the Rev. Jaaepi
T. Tl. Ntnlinn D. K"k V,
1. w. ooongAW.
a. pudi.it raATsiR.
COCHRAN &. FRAYSER,
Owueraj and ProprleCorM,
On Horn Luke Honil, 8 Miles from CI'.
Uurriviltinv pasturaao Tor 503 he
VJ stock. Charges lniui II M tn S it
month, uccnrdlna to cure and kind of nusl-
uraire. Hints, cuttle, oalves, sheep and
in 111 lie tor sale, fartios desiring pasturage
for stock, or to purohase ur sell stuck, will
W.8. JACKSON, Agent, on theFlace.
loiopnone ,wi or z.v.
CURTIS & CO.-
SAW AND PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIES
W WniTM Mill CATALOG 17 12. -
CH NCERY SALE
No. E019. R. D. Chsnoery Court of Shelby
county mie 01 leunessee, eta., vs. DU
ruh Armstronff nl m..
BY virtne ol an interlocutory decree for
salt- entnreri in Lhe aliova Mm. nn th
4(h day f June, 1K"1, M. B. M, page lf8,
I will sell, at public auction, to the high
est mailer, in front 01 the Clerk and Mas
ter's office, courthouse ol bhelby oounty,
meuipjiiB, xenn.. on
MAlardnr. Align! 7, JHHO,
Ithln Ick.i'. hours, tbe following described
preuerty. eitimtrd In hhelb eounlv. T.n-
nitsree, to-wits A certain lot beginning at a
stake on the west side of Ninth stroet 1'15
feet north of the north side of Carolina
atreeti thence west and parnllol with t'aro-
nnattreet HUM leel Mi a stuke: thAnri, north
26 feet to an nller: thence east 1514 feet to
wst side ot Ninth atreeti thence south 2A
oet 10 tne neginning.
.leriisot Bale On a credit of six months)
note with security reouired i lien retained t
redemption barred. '1 hie July 3, Ihh.;.
b. I. JHCUUIVKLL, Clerk and Master.
By If. F. Wal.h, Deputy Clerk and MxsUr.
r. II. A- C. W. Ilei.kall and John John
ston, boiici ora. I -
mv Ke let le
Hies ef titt i-lus es
tdlsa. snl Bvl
'l to e Din
Clhsswea Iht Uver !
sbe smU(c aad sow rsana
C the leading SM.
J class of the el Mn.
A. Lm SMITH.
KKOOIel.YN, N. T. Board on the Hill.
Mrs. II. C. Howard. iai Wa-himton
Park. Hooms large) location delightful i
Convenient to cars to Idanhattan 1'eacb,
eonay Island. Long Beach and Central Farkl
also to f w Vork plaoes of auiuseunat.'
RIVERS AXD STEIHBOITS
STEAM EKS LKATINQ
Friars Point..... Jamss Lti, S p.m.
WhsU River Chickasaw, & p.m.
Oscoela ..Coaboiia, S p.m.
Arkansas City Kats Adaiib, 5 p.m.
Viokibarc Citt ot Cauo, p.m.
Tlptonville Oayoho.5 p.m.
tit. Louis Ahansas Citt, S p.m.
Cinoiunati.......l)iTkv Stati, S p.m.
MOVEMEXI8 AT Tit K LEVKE.
-4rn'iIf. Pa-is C. Drawn. New Or.
lennB; Iksllo Memphis, Vicksburg.
vtvarturtt. rails U. urown, Cincin
nati; Relle Memphis, H. Louis; Ed
Foster, fct Finucia river; R. L. Cobb,
Boalt in Port. Chickesaw.
Boat Due Down. Coahoma. Buck-
eye btate aud City of Bat in Rouge.
A"r 1.', juint lA'e,
Taris O. Brown-30 t rlj plastsr.
Thk Anchor Line stamer Citv nf
imiou rsougo is diio,down lor .New Or
Tug Anchor Line rackets tomorrow
evening aio tho Cty of Cairo for
UHH nirir an J the Arkun.sai Civ f,i
t' 1 ....
luic Coulnma, Cant. lionrv Cooner.
10 i.ia im.'Kei mis evrililnir at o o i- v
lor Usccola 1'iid the upper bi-udj. Wm
Miutiu rs ii 111 her ullu'.i.
Tun Chickasaw. Cant. K. O. lAn-tal
is tun packi t tins evening Ht
0 clock lor While river. U. M. I..'al
ami John Chudi.sj are htr clerks,
Tn8 t.avosi. Cant. W. llidl i
the pnekei tomorrow evening at
o clock tor Tlptonville anil nil viv
liuiiiis. j. u. miicuo:i is 111 lii'rollice,
Tub Jams Los, Cant. Thomas Ch ir-
gett, is the packet this evening at 5
o clock for Helena, Knars Point nu
all way landing. Will Ashford has
cbargu ol her olllce.
The Kate Adams. Cant. Mark It
Cheek, is the United Slat's mail
packet tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Arkaneaj City and all way
landingH. W. C. Blanker linn I'hsr
01 ner oiuce.
i 1 '.,- n
Ths Buckeye Slate. Cant. II. J. Vln
icn, is ine packet tomorrow evemns
in a o cioca ior uairo, .Loimvllle, Cin
clnnatl and all way landings on the
UblO river. Geo. W. lienilrlRkann
and Chas. Vinton are ber clerks. Tho
Duckoye .'ats will uive chaan ratna to
i points nana and tJM.
No COTTON received bv river vontitr.
, eatuek cooler, witn lieavi raina
Thb Ed Foster cleared latt evenliiir
ior di. r rant is river.
. ... . . . n
Tin Bolle Memphis nassed tin ves-
teruay evening ior Ol, IjOUIS
Tub R. L. Cobb denartod lait even,
ing lor Arkansas river, with a unnd
snowing 01 ireigur.
Till river at this nnlnt marked 30
set 0 tenths by tbe eauue. or 21 feet
6 tenths above low water murk, gain
01 o moms in z nours.
Thb Tar's 0. Brown nn'sod nn vn-
ieruay evening ior 1110 unio river with
200 tons of freight. She discharged
riLots complain tbat ttio eovern
ment light on the foot nf Prosidout
island is badly attended to. and on
baturdny mgms tor tbe Inet two week
it is not burning at all. Will somebody
pienae noop cm up 1
RIVEKt AM II WliATHKR.
Oppicb Signal Skuvh i', U. S. A.,
Memphis, July (I, 1
Tlie followiiiK observntioiiH lire lakno
at ail stations named at 76 mrridian
timet, which is one hour fat-li-r thai
Rise I'h 1 1
Feet. IDD"- IDtbs lOtlis
Cairo.... 25 I) 1
Chattanooga ... 11 ;
Damport 4 1'
Dubuque o' ii ,
Fort Smith 4 :l :i
Helena 2') 5
Keokuk I 4
I.a Crosse 5 II
lHavonworth... II ;i 2
Little Kock I 0 ;l
Louisville H 8 ((
MemplilH 1 0 S
Nashville 10 13
Now Orleans... II 2 1
Omaha Id 2
Pittsburg 2 3 .'
St. Louis 13 4 4
St. I'aul 1 5 1
Slireveport 2 .'1 2
Vicksburg 21) I) 4
Itnisaer 1,1 ue Feet and luinlis of a foot
atiore icro or gauge:
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattannnna, 33 feet.
Cincinnati, AU. I'avenporl, lf.
luliuiue,lH. fort Mini ih, 22.
Keukuk,14. Helena, .
La Crosse, 24. Leaven worth, 20.
Little Hock, 23. Louisville, 25.
Memphis, M. New Orleans, 13.2.
Nashville, 40. Pittsburg. 22.
Omaha. 18. Ht. Paul. 7.
Ht. Louis, 32. Vicksburg, 41.
Bhreveport, 28. Yankton, 24.
PiTTsaniw, July (I. Noon River 1
foot 11 inches on the gauge and sta
tionary. Weather clear and hot.
CmctNrTATi, July 6. Noon River
17 foot 1 inch on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear j thermometer 80.
Wbeklino, W.Va., July 6. Noon-
River 3 feet 3 inches on the gange and
falling. Weather clear and warm.
LocisviLLR, July 0. Noon River
falling, with 0 feet in the canal and 7
ft et on the falls. Weather clear and
pleatant. fiiuineat dull.
Rvansvii.lb, Ind., July 6. Noon-
River falline, wi'h 17 feet 7 inches on
the gauge. Departed: Buclcr-ye State,
Memphis, 1(1 o clork last night.
Caiho.JuIv 0. Noon River 25 feet
7 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and hot. Arrived:
Minnctonka and tow, Ohio river, mid
night Departed: City of Baton
Rouge, New Orleans, (i am.; Minne
tonka and tow, Memphis. 6 a.m. ; Oak
land and barges, New Orleans, 11 a.m.
.:'M-i.(i.e.i.t HnMl e,rprint.l, now rtwd,
el :" i n reiin.wiiUorl Nnw, Origl.
C- i Lnnl Stleof I lltloea Library
jjesas, laoies, tnalra,
Book Caaea. Lonno-ea.
Ladies' Fancy Desks, 4
KfiiMt Cloud and lww4
tna. heasilo. Ho
nor hi. or
NOTICK Is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the
Kansas City, Memphis and Birmingham
Railroad Company will be held at the ofBoe
of tbe Mississippi and Tennessee Hailruad
Company in the town of Hernando, Do ote
oounty, in the KtaU if Mississippi, at 12
o'clock, noon, Julyl , ,W, lor the purpose
of electing Directors and for tbe transaction
of such other business as may properly oome
oslure tne meeiinr.
uEO. H. NfiTTLBTON, Prtl't.
J. S. Foao, Bs'y.
Memphis & Cincinnati P'k't Co.
FOB DATS ORLT
Commendn .,,fr-, The EI.nt
May 1st. . Bteamers
Buckeye Slate, Ohio Jas. VT. Halt
7rJSUCoBi,'" ROUND TP.n
f tCKETa fru, Memphis to LouisvUle,
Cincinnati, an i nil Kastern Cities, at
treatlj KediioeU K tte.
e-Tickets Inelud, Mnls and Bta'e-rooms:
Helnrn tickets itooi .t any boat in the Una.
bach boat carries a fi-19 Birlns; Hand.
BOATS LEA, V. MEMPHIS
Mondays and Thursdajs at S P.M.
For information Inquire nf C. H. RIIS.
hhiLL, Agent, 12 Madison street, Mnmnhis.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ht Loulwl oul Nrw Orlonna anchor
I.lor I SlHll-CAIKOJi ST. LOUIS.
Arkansas City, awv
Will leave tho Ulevutor TIIUKsUAV, July
8th, at 4 p.m. Vor Iroishl or passive apply
C I. II .m., Pa. Ae't. Alt STilKM. Sup'r.
St I.OIIU mill N,-w Orl.-itiaa Aurhiir
l.lu-l'. H. MOII.-FOU VlCKni'H'l.
1 ily ol Cairo, a
Liahtncr mifter, StJWiiJiip
Will leave tho Klnvator rill: KnUA i , July
Kill, Sat p.m. For freight or ptMKni,-o apply
C. L. Ilil.l,, I'n.i. Atrt. A I) STt'RM. At-cnt.
For (.coola. Ilalos Point, Cirulhcrvlile,
Uayoso and Tipinnrllle Tho new steamer
W. P. Hull mastorl n.O. ML null. ..clerk.
Will leave as nbovo, and all nay points.
BVKRV AtONUAY and TIUIK.sDaV at 5
p.m. KortrclirM or pnngB npflynn board
"" LKK LINK." "
Mrmiihla.Krliirn Pntws ikv.fl lcmr:hia
nil lrtli lsMHam Iknentmuy.
Vor Helena. Ulondaia, Krinrg Point and all
Way Landings oteanir
.lames Jj?o, z4pl
J. H. Cooper, mastr....J. W. SumoeiZoTcrlt
Will leave as above on ovary MONDAY.
WKDNhlUDAY and FKIDAY, at b o'clock.
Hot Randolph, 'niton, Owool and Way
S. T. Claga...maatnr I Piatt 1 hAjNoir,'
eaves every MONDAY, WEDNKOAif
and VKIUAV at & p.m. The boati or Utlf
Una reserve the right to pass all Iaadlaga
the captain may deem unsafe. Cfflce. Mt.4
1 A M KH LKV.
Arkansas River Pk't Co.
Sir. R. L COBB,
B. B. Hralth.... master. "Wl n.,,, J
Leaves Afonii his Kvery TllKSU A Y, at 6 p.aa
li. C. LUVVB, Agent,
"flic. No. Madison st. Telephone No. W.'
Memphis & White Hirer rktCo
For 4inrrudon, Ivrll Rio IT. !
Aroi Aujruntn. be tiro y, Newport, Jnokion
port, ltifivlllfl find all Way LnUinjii
n m, iiiitHiBAfT, -ii
. v. Usui I. iimrit nr. rs
Will leave KVfiKY WKUNKSllA
TK. AI.HI.RTA Kit , . -ip a,
Albert B. Hinlth ma.ter r""mF
Will leave KVKKY HA1 UKUA V at 6 p.m.
Through rates given to all points. Freight
consigned to the Memphis and White Kiv.r
racket Co., at Memphis or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general informa
tion apply at olllc-e, No. 8 Madison St., one
i nit rciKimone n. t). l,oiK, a t.
Toil WHITE ltlVEISr
MEMI'IIIH & n illTK KIVEK V'K:
i. n. narry , imuter-
For II. lima, Terrene. UeValls Bluff, lies Art,'
iuiu.ui, ooitn-y, new port ana liatesvin..
W ill leave as above HATH Kl) AY itlnn.
Tbrnuah rates to all points. Freight con
signed to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will b
rotuntiy lorwarueu. vr. J. f. UlltLK. i
"" V. Mn.llsnn st. Tele.hnne 1127.
Die St.FranclR Klyer Transportatloi
Co.'s Fine Mlde-W heel U. b. JUall bteamal
Jtld rosier, r.-C"
I, 1 T 1 . .
Hll.V LtaiK' MKMFIII-i EVEB
at 6 o'clock, for Marianne, tbe Cat-Off, and
intermediate landings on bt. Vranois river.
I he nantaln reserves the r gut to rais al
'andlngs he deems unsafe. JA8. LKK, Jr.,
'onerintrrKtenl. Ilftn.n. Nn. 4 Medi.on St.
.HcuipliU and Vlclmlmrg 1'ucket tow-
nany U. . nail Line.
For Helena.l'oncordia, Terrene and Arkan
sas City The elegant passenger steamer
KATE ADAMS, rS
M. R. Cheek... master I W. C. Blanker...oletk
EVKRY MONDAY and TUIIR8DAY, at S
i.m.,roaerving the right to pass all landing!
he captain may doom unsale. For general
nioruiation apply at office. No, 4 Madlsoa
stroet. K. WALWOHTH. Agent.
IIHIN OA nn, Vmn'r Arenl. Telephone iw.
A Valuable Patent.
Dnnry'a (Ilorae) 4'oru ainil Pea Plan-
HA VINO perfected my Invention, I wish
to ulaoe it befora the pnhlio, .siiecially
mnufaoturers. As a Corn Planter. It is a
perfeot sauoass ovens the drill, distributed
the seed accurately, uninjured, and ooverd
the same, thereby on. man performing th.
work of three. Thev have been used la
this section for over a dosen years with per
fect satisfaction. Can give responsible Ustl
JU11N 11. DANCx, UaneyTUI..
Havwnod eoontT. Ten..
No. 6.122, R. B.-Chancory Court of 6helby
county mate or iennen.ee lor us., etc,
vs. Mary K. Ashford etal.
)Y virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
J sale entered in the above cause on tb.
4th day of January, 1K, M. II. 6U, pag.
6.17,1 will sell, at public auction, to th.
highest bidder, In Irunt ot the Clerk and
Master's ofhoe. courthouse of Shelby oounty.
Memphis, Tenn., on
NnSartlny, Jnly 31, 1HH9,
Ithln legal hours.' the following de
scribed property, situated in bbelbycounty,
Tutinessee, to-wit: The south part of let 6,
block .IH. fronting X (tot on the east side of
tit. Martin street by a depth ot 219 feet, said
Jot being lot) feet north ot Linden stroet.
Terms of Bale On a creditor sn uiootnn
notes with socurtty. bearing interest, re-
u red: lien retained: redemption barrea.
This June 2r), lwttt.
H. I. MoUOWKLL, Clerk and .iflaster.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
F. II. and 0. W. lletskell. Solju
No. 5S21, R. D.-Chanoery Court of Shelby
county. male ot lennesseeior usu, eve,
vs. Joseph lluineset al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory deer., lor
sale entered in th. abov. cans, oa th.
22ddai of January, 18t, M. B. 51, page 1M,
I will sell '.t iiublio auction, to the high
esLbidder, In ftont o th. Clerk and Master'g
oflfv-e, oourthous. of bhe by county, Mem
phis. Tenn.. on
Ul.l knii,. ih. f.JInwinff described
property, situated in bhclby county, Ten
nessee, to-wit: . .
-Lots 19 and 20, Kembert subd'Vtsion, front
ing 75 feet each on tbe woiUideof Ro.s ave
nue, and running back HS (eel. oold a
property of Asa belby, Jonnt. Talbot and
0tLot"iil, E. P. Stewart's subdivision, front
ing 60 feet on the east side of Mississippi av-
euue, ana running tare wi-
lines on tb. north tin.au !". "
south lin. 21'iVileet to an all.y, being ta
third lot north of Cbapin avenue: ......
rr- e t- . aee nt ai tit r m on till :
not..with security, bearing interest ruiredt
lien reUined; redempuon barred. Itug
Jun..i. law. . , . .....,
B. 1. JMOOOWBUU. viera "rr".
y Ii. f. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and ItaaUT.
. a. k 0. W. IJeiiaell.ovlwUora.