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MEMPHIS DAILY A PPEALiTIIURSDAY, JULY 8, 1SSG.
HUME AND COMMERCE.
MOXEI 8 PER CEXT..J.EW TORE
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton Flrm-Middllnsr, 9c Sales
Money in fair demand at 8 per cent.
Local securities dull.
The cotton market closed steady
and Jc higher ; middling, 9c. Sales,
At New York yesterday tpats closed
firm, and 1-1 Gc higher ; sales,H72 bales ;
middling, 9jc. A leading New York
cotton cireu'aruayg: "There was active
tradin' td farther buoyancy, adding
1231S points to the value, and carry
ing a pretty strong market all day.
The foreign adv'ces assisted somewhat,
bat the alarm over the crop cbanc?s
trss the principal stimulant, leading
to free covering and cons'derab'.e
fresh buying new orders, the latter
coining largely fraru the South, the
lat j months showing greatest strength
of tone, and only a limited offering."
At New Orleans spots were, firm,
and jc higher; middling, 9c; futures
steady, and 4 to 12 painlshigher; July,
At Liverpool spots were firm, with
cpoddeinaad; middling, CJc; futures
qu'etj July, 5 15 64 J.
ix brls apples, 20 pkirs bacon, HOtS
pkgs boots and shoes, 2500 bu corn, 27
sks coffee, 25 pkea dry goode, 10 pkga
eggs, 675 brls (lour, 17 pkga bats, 2
lid cattle, 25 hd horses and mules,
9S.O0O ft lumber, 1 pkg liquor, 375 brls
meal, 3 cars pot k sides, 91 brls sugar,
22 pkgs tobacco and 2000 bu wheat.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today:
Cora received, 2810 bu; withdrawn,
5292 bu ; in store, 35.00S bu. Oats re
ceived, none ; withdrawn, 814 bu j in
Store, 8320 bu.
JOHN Jj. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Teun.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
OIL TRrST CERTIFICATES,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing House report is as fol
Wednesday, July 7tb, $218,603 63;
thus far this week, 1716,558 37 ; came
thus last week, $565,848 62; corre
sponding time in 1885, $:!!5,030 S8;
corresponding time in 1S84, $386,
Wednesday, July 7th, $111,506 47;
thus far this weak, $297,821 01; sama
time last week, J203.183 15; corre
sponding time in 1885, $57,595 05;
corresponding time in 1884, $54,682 27.
New York sight on all points, par
buying, J premium selling; New
England d land, J discount buying;
New England sight, J discount; New
Orleans,! discouut baying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce..l49 bid, 152 asked
First National 149 bid. 155 asked
German Bank 192) bid, 200 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and P!anterp..l51 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank... 135 bid, 137 asked
Blufl City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 102 bid, 105 asked
Home 72 bid, 75 asked
Memphis City 102) bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82j.bid, 86 asked
Phoenix 100 bid, 103 asked
Planters 105 bid, ... asked
Vanderbilt... 21 bid, 22) asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors 20 asked
M. and C. E.R.shares..37 bid, ... asked
M.& T. K.K. shares.. ..47 bid, ... asked
M. & C. consols, 7s. ..120 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lt in. 8s. ..105 bid, ... asked
Miss.&T.R.R.ce,A..117) bid, 119 asked
Miss.&T.R.R.cs,B...110 bid, 111 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. C 97 bid, 98) asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6a 107 bid, 109 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6?,... 94! bid, 95 asked
Tax. Diet. 6s 103) bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 96 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil truetv-30? bid,31 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 22 bid, 25 asked
Mem.Stor.Com.OolOl bid, 102 asked
Mem. Gas stock 80 bid, 84 asked
New York, July 7. Money on call
easy at 1-J31 tier cent. Pnme mer
cantile paper, 4(5. Sterling exchange
at 486? for sixty days and 488 for
Bonds Governments were dull and
unchanged today. State bonds were
quiet and firm. Railroad bonds were
quiet; tales, $1,321,000; prices were
generally heavy to weak in the after
noon, recovering toward the latter part
of the day, bnt closing figures are gen-
Stocks stocks opened at the closing
prices lait nigbt. There was a move
ment to depress the grangers on the
unfavorable crop reports, but alter a
slight decline the market became
strong and was well sustained all day,
London helped to hold the market up,
nod gave it considerable character by
buying freely of the leading stocks.
Well known brokers claim that the
reduction of the sterling rate will
cause the out flow of stocks and
bonds instead of gold. There
were some sales of large
blocks of stocks, but they were
oo readily absorbed that they
did not check the rise. The market
. generally wis very dull, fluctuations
being small, with comparatively few
cales. Daring the afternoon there wes
.a general upward movement, and the
'Closing prices were near the best of the
day and generally higher thin last
night's closing prices.
The total sales of stocks today were
'232,044 shares, including Canada
Southern, 3:60; Delaware, Lackawan-
and Western, 6700; Erie, 11,825;
Kansas and Texas, 4280; Lake Shore,
9280; Louisvilles and Nashville, 3705;
Northwestern, 18,750; New Jerrey
Central, 19,145; Pacific Mail, 3620;
tt. Paul, 41,120; St Paul and Omoha,
5375; Union Pacific, 6710; Western
Union, 37.300; Northern Pacific per
ferred, 6880. Closing quotations:
U. S. S, 100'a. 4e, roup, 125? S.
Ota, coup, UVi. Pacific 6a of 195, 126.
La. lUrapi, 4,77. Miifoori, Sa, 101 S
lean. rs, old, tl. Tenn. new, PI
Cent. Pae. liU, 115. Den. 4 R.U. lata, 121.
lenAR.U.V.l.t,73'4Erie seconds, liw.
M.K.AT.,aen.6,M5',.North. Pae. late, 117.
North. Pae. 2da,lUlVN- Wetern con., 144
K.Weit. deb. 5s, 1ii9. St.L.S.F.Uen.M, l"1.
St. Paul, con., lio1-,. St.P.,C. A P. laU,l.
T. P. land granta.US. T.P. K.u.ex coo. bv'i
U. P. liU, 115V Wet bhore,
Adarot Expreaa, 140. Morris 4 E., olid ,142
Allegheny Cod., . Nashville A C., 57!i.
Alton Jr. X. II., 28S. N. J. Central, .V,1,.
A ft T. II. .pfd., 83. Nor. 4 W., pfd.,37;!.
American Ex., lU7. Northern PacaTS.
B. C. K. 4 N.i 55. Northern P. vfd.,6U!4.
Canada Pac, 87. C. A N. W., ll;H.
Canada Sou., 44M. C. 4 N. W ptd..l40,
Central Paoiflo, 4a. N. Y. Central, 10C.
Chesapeake 4 0., 8. N. Y. C. 4 St. L.. 8.
C. 4 0.,llpfd, 10. N.Y.St.L.C..p.,;
C. A 0..2J pfd., 11. Ohio Central, .
C. 4 A., 142k. Ohio i Miss., 22.
C. 4 A , pfd., V0. O. 4 Miss., pfd., .
O., B. 4 Q., l4!i. Ontario 4 West., W.
C, St. L. 4 N.O., . Oregon NaT., 108.
C, St. L. 4 P., 12. Oregon Trans., i&A.
C, St. L. 4 P. p., 29. Oregon Imp., 21.
C, 8. 4 C, 30. Pacific Mail, M'AA
C.4 C, bi. Panama, W.
Del. 4 Hud., 99H- Peoria, D. 4 E., 22' v
Del., I,. Si W., V'4. Pittsburg. Id!1.
Den. 4 Kio G., 15,'i. Pullman P. C, 136.
Erie, 30J4. Reading, 2i'4.
Erie pfd., 70K. Rock Inland, 125.
East Tenn., U. St. L. i s. F., 24!.
East Tenn. pld. 1. St. L. 4 S. F., p., 4l.'U.
Fort Wayne, 146. St.L.i 8. F. ,1st p.lll.
Hannibal St. Jo., C. M. Jt St. P., Wi
ll. 4 St. Jo., pfd., - CM. Si St. P..p. 122'i
Harlem. 2:m. St. P., M. A M., lli
Houston 4 T.j 33 St. P. 4 Omaha, 4i7H.
Illinois Cen., 138. Ht.PaulAO.pfd., 110.
Ind., B. 4 W.. Texas Pacific In1.
Kansas 4 T., 317H. Union I'aoific, .Wl. :
Lake E. 4 V 11. II. S. Express, 63.
Lake Shore, 84?',. W., St. L. 4 P., IS' J.
Lou. Nush., W.,st. L. 4P..P..31.
Lou. Sl N. A., 4!,. W. 4 F. Ex.. 122.
M. 4 O. first pld , .W. I . Tel.. 6V,i.
M. Si C. pfd., . Colorado Coal . iV,i.
Mom. 4 Char., 37. Ilouic-tiiko, 21 ' j.
Mich. Cen., 74. Iron Silver, lS)o.
M L. S.4 W.,fi7. Ontario, 211.
M.,L.S.W.,pfd,01. Quicksilver, 5.
Min. 4 St. L., 21. Quicksilver.pfd, 22,
Min. & M. L.pfd,4fi. SoulU Paciflo, .
Missouri Pscilic,io7. Sutro, 11.
Mobile 4 Ohio. 14.
London, July 7. Coneols, 101 5-10
for money and 101 J for the account.
Paris, July 7. Three per cent,
rentse, 82f 97Jc for the account.
St. Louis, Mc, July 7. Bank clear
ings, $3,522,499; balances, f526,434.
Chicago, III., July 7. Associated
bank clearings today wore 19,400,000.
New York, July 7. Exchanges,
$99,917,541; balances, $4,616,985.
Boston, Mass., July 7. Exchanges,
$15,109,209; balances, $2,017,898.
Philadelphia, Pa., July 7. Bank
clearings, $10,073,957; balances, $1,-262,752.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and closei steady and Jc
middling, 9Jc. Sales, 703 bales, all to
Ordinary 7 71
Good Ordinary.... 81 8
Low Middling 88 8J
Middling 9J 9
Good Middling.... 9S 9J
Middling Fair....10 10J
Fair Noui. Nora.
Dusty 6r!8J 6J8J
Stains.tinges liiS'i 7S(a)8g
Mekpbis, July 7, 1886.
Stock Sept, 1, 1885 1,392
Received to-day 17
Received previously ...542,653 544.C62
Shipped to-day 550
Shipped previously.. ..525,789
Home consumption to
date 135 5:6,474
Stock runningaccount 17,588
Thus far this week . 160
Thus far laot week 333
Since September 1st 542,670
M. and C. E. R 11
M. & T. R. R 1
Wagons and other Bourcea 5
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
L. and N. R. R
C.,0. nndS. AV. R
A Ulflll. ........ ...... ................. f "U
New York spots opened steady and
closed firm and 1-I0c higher. Sales,
776 bales. Quotations aa follows:
rrlinarir ft" H 13. In
Good ordinary. 8
Low middling. 9 1-16
Middling fair...l0 11-16
Fair 11 5 16
New York futures oDened steady
and closed firm, and 1 to 16 points
higher. Sales, 100,600 bales. The clos
ing quotations were as follows :
July 9 54 9 55
August 9.61 9.62
November...9.43 9 44
9.47 9 48
December ...9 45
..9.64 9 65
The New Orleans spot market opened
firm, and closed firm and Jc higher;
middling, 9c. Sales, 700 bales. Quota
tions were as follows:
Ordinary 72 1
Good ordinary 81 8
Low middling Hi 8
Good middling 9j 9
The New Orleans futare market
opened steady, and closed steady, and
4 to 12 points higher; Sales, 25,600
bales. Quotations were aa follows:
9.09 9 10
April - 9.43 9 45
At noon : Liverpool spots were firm,
good demand. Sales, 12,000 bales, of
which American 12,000 bales. Re
ceipts, 1000 bales, of which American
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4 6-16d ; good ordinary.
4 Jd; low middling, 4 15-10d,; good
middling, 5 7-1 6d ; middling uplands,
6H : middling Orleans, 5 5-16d.
tht prim are given in pence and 64iAs,
(hut: 4 63 meant 4 63-64rf; and 6 01
means 5 l-64d.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
Rtaady; July, 5 15d ; July-August, 5 14
5 15d; Angust-September, 6 14
5 15d; September-October, 5 lOd;
October-November, 6 OOd; Novem-ber-December,
6 05d; December-Jan-
Jannary, ; January-February, ;
September, 6 15d.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool lutures were
quiet; July,' & 15d sellers; .July-August,
5 15d sellers; August-September,
5 15d sellers; September (Vtober,5 10d
buyers; October-November, 6 Otkl
sellers; November-December, 5 05d
sellers ; December-January, 5 05d fell
ers; January-February, 5 6tid selleis;
Sejitember, 5 151 va!u.
At 4 p.m: Liverpool futures weie
quiet; July,5 15dssl!ers; July-Aunst,
5 15d sellers; Aueust-epiember, 5 15d
sellers; September-October, 5 lOd
buyers; October-November, 6 Otkl
sellers; November-December, 5 0od
sellers; December January, 5 05d
sellers; January-February, "0;ds.'ll
eis; September, 5 15d sellers.
daily port and interior markets.
Receipts at ports, this day, 1886. 1,590
Receipts at porta, this day, 1885. 619
R'ts U. S.
Er. Ur. Br
Ei'ts Sapt. 1 5,318,520 4 7lKS,:t4;i4,74:V:tS
For'gn Ex i4,119,67ti'3,747.200!:l,704, 426
Increase ol receipts this year.. ..610,177
zr. atom r.aasi
Corn White, 46c; mixed, 45o, from
store ; from levee or depot, white, 39c ;
mixed, 38c; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c J ; mixed, 41c.
Hay Choice, from store, 7580c;
prime,70c ; prairie, 50c ; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1212 50;
prime, $1112 ; prairie, $77 60.
Oats White, 39c; mixed, 37c,
from store ; round luta from levee on
track white, sacked, 2530c; mixed,
Bran From store,6570c per cwt. ;
round lota from levee, $10 25 per ton.
Beans Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 60; German millet, $1 201 40.
Cobnmeal Standard, $2 25; pearl,
$3 253 50 from store, 6c cheaper from
mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 46c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Floor From store, triple extra,
$3 25; family, $4; choice, 4 25; fancy,
$4 50; extra fancy, $4 75; patents,
$5 255 50;in car lots, trible extra,
nominal; family, $3 353 50; choice,
$3 753 90; fancy, $4 054 15; extra
fancy, $4 354 60; patents, $55 15.
Cbacked Wheat In hall-barrels,
$4 2 from store.
Hominy and Grits From store,
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7 jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9s.
Kansas City, Mo., July 7. Wheat
excited and higher; No. 2, red, ca'h,
66 Jc; August, 67c; September, 60obid.
Corn excited and higher; No. 2 cah,
29jc; August, 30'C; September, 31Je
bid, 32c asked. Oata No. 2, cish, 23c
bid, 25c a6ked.
St. Louis, Mo., July 7. Flour
active and srng;; XXX, $2 4(13 50;
family $2 652 HO; choice,$3 25 3 40;
fancy ,$3 653 75; extra funev, $3 85
(r 1 10 ;patent,$4 404 80. Wheat ex
cited and higher; the market opened
sharply higher, advancing 3(i)Ub
over yfs'erday's closing figures, with
an uigent demand, later weakened,
declined lj()llc, and olosed easv,
2jc higher than yesterday; No. 2
red cash, 81c; July, .KOJftftilJr, closed
at 80:c; August, 82H:'.e, closed at
83c; September, 83j(sH5ic, closed at
83jc Corn dull but strong and l2ic
higher than yesterday; No. 2 mixed,
cash,3233o; Augmt, 34343e, closed
at 31c; September, 36K37Js, closed at
36c. Oats very dull, strong and sharp
ly hitfhei; No. 2 mixed, cash, 29'i'c;
August, 27jc; September, 28jc. Rye
negiec".ed. Barley, no market. Kay
quiet; timothy $8fl0; prairie $47.
Flaxseed firm, $1 63. Bran stady, 44
45c. Cornmeal easy, $1 90. Rueipts
Flour, 4000 brls; wheat, 78,000 bu;
corn, 12.0J0 bu; o.itf, 17,000 bu ; rye,
none; barley none. Shipments
Flour, 5,000 brls; wheat 6000 bu; corn,
8000 bu; oats, 200U bu; rye, none;
Chicago, III , July 7. This was one
of the wild days on 'Change. The
boom which hai been blowing for
several days received a decided im
petus lata yesterday afternoon when
St. Louis parties came in and bought
calls very heavily, up ia the millions.
This pr u edure of course advanced tht
speculative market, the gain between
the closing yesterday and tliecp:'ning
this morning being nearly 2c. Au
gust li st sold at 822c, having closed
yesterday at 82jc. A little changed
hands at'S2cbut opening as it did at
the call price the olle.ringa brought out
were very heavy and a decline to K.'.lc
quickly lollowed. Then shorts ranie
in with a perfect rmh and whirled the
price up to 83ic with very few stops.
During lhis advauce the pit was
wildly excited and two failures we. e
reported. There was no scarcity of
wheat for sale, which feature made the
aggregate trade something enormous.
Quantities of long) wheat, in which
tnere was a decent prclit, were
thrown on the market ana realized on.
From outside points the decline was
moderately steady to 821c, and then a
system of tlactua'ions between 82c
and 83 Jc set in, which lasted to
noon, the inside figures prevailing
then. The close at 1 o'clock was
about steady at the decline noted
from t3p. The sympathy between
wheat and small grains, or rather the
line of cereals which generally at
tracts small attention, was very
marked. Oata were' a big favorite
with shorts. These unfortunates be
gan buying September at Jc advance
oyer yesterday's latest -figures aa soon
as change opened, paying 30Jc for
them, li. 'fore all litied the price was
31 Jc, with one failure as the result of
the squeezs ia? that crowd. After
noon the market became easier. Corn
ranged pretty stiff under a demand
sufficiently active to put August np to
40c from an opening at 38 Jc ; the prin
cipal call for it was before noon. The
later market was quiet and steady.
Flonr more active and prices firm.
Wheat Sales ranged : July, old style,
708Uc, closed at 793c; August, 82
83 jc, closing at 822. c; September, 83
85 c, closing at 83 Jc bid ; October, 81 J
86o, closing at 84 jo bid ; No. 2 spring,
80Jc; No. 2 red winter, 8l811c.
Corn Sales ranged : July, 37i37c,
closing at 37 Jc; Angust, 38j40Jc,
closing at 371039c; September, 391
41 c, closing at 40 J e. Oats sale
ranged: Julv, 31 j32e, closing at 32c;
August, 30(3Uc, closing sailers at
30'c; September, 30J 31 Jo, closing at
:lOJ(oi31e Rye firm ; No. 2, 60s. Bar
ley dull ; No. 2, new, September, 69c.
Flaxseed higher; No. 1, out rack, fl 10
(?1 101. Receipts Flour, 8000 brls;
wheat. 8000 bu; earn, 292.000 bu:
oats, 4S.000 bu: rye, 2000 1m; barley,
600 bu. Shipments Flour, 16000
brls; wheat, 12.009 bu; corn, 117,000
bu; "at, 69,000 bu; rve, 2000 bu;
barley, 1000 bu.
Butter Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
Hoa Products Mew potk, f 11 50;
sugur cn'ed hums, HJl2io; break
fast bacon, 81010c; clear side pork,
77Jc; clear rib side poik, 6J
6;c; long clear pork, 6c; pork
shoulders, 6c. Bacon Clear rib
side, 7i7Jo. Lwd Tierces, 6J65c;
half-barrels, 6J7c; kegs, 6c; pails,
7i'a)7ic; half-pails, 7J7gc;50 lb tins,
20-lb tin", 6j7c; 10 lb tins,
7i,'i7Jc; 5-lb tins, 7Jc; 3-lb tins,
7j75cj choice kettle, tierces, 88jc.
Frksii Meats No. 1 beef, 8jc; Mut
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
St. Loris, Mo., July 7. Provi
sions fairly active and firm : Pork
nominal, at $10 75. Lird nominal, at
$6 3). Balk men's firm loo.-e lots very
dull: long clear, $6 30: short riln,
J6 40; short clear, U0 55; boxsd Ms
long clear, $6 30; shnrt rilu, j(i 37J ;
short clear, J6 50. Bje .n strong;
long clear, $6 00(0 95; short ribs,
$6 37; short clear, $7 10. Hams un
changfd. Butter quiot and steady;
cramery, 1516c; daily, ll14c.
Ohicaoo, III., July 7. Mtps pork;
salss rang'd. Angust, $10 ()"10 20,
closed at $10 12110 15; September,
$10 1510 35, closed at $10 22J10 25 ;
Oitober, $10 2510 32J, rlused at
$10 27J10 30. Lard; (iiIbs ranged,
July, $6 47J046 50; Angiut, $6 65;
Sapteraber, $6 67 J '56 75, closed at
$6 67; Oiitobor, $6 62J6 57J, c'osed
at $6 50, Short rib tides lnwr, $6 22J
W0 25 cash. Dry salted shoulders,
$5 8()5 85 ; short clear sides, $6 60
6 65. Batter firm. Eggs firm, lllHct
9j10Jc; prime Rio, 10Jllc; choice
to fancy, llJ12Jo; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20c.
Soap 3J5Jo per pound.
Sugar Pure white, 6 jc; off white,
6c; yellow, 6J68c; open kettle,5J
6sc; refined A, 6oj granulated, 7
7jc; powdered, 7Jc; cut loaf, 7J7Jc.
Salt $1 25 per barrel ; sacks, fine,
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 2j;7c; car-loads from
levee o- depot, 5c cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7f8Jo.
Cakdlhs Full weight, 10c.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en : Pineapples, Jl 351 65 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 251 35;3-lb,'.$l 1501 30; straw
berries, $1 851 40; racpberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 001 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $1 5516j; cove
eysters, full weight, 1-lb, $11 10;
cove oysters, 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, $6.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2030c; primo to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c; common to fair, 20
25c; prime to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, ;i234c.
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 35 85c.
Snuff Garrett's, JIG 85 per case;
Ralph's, $l6 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Havana, July 7. Sugar firm; sabs
of 85 hogsheads Muscovado, 99"
polarization, at $2 07 gold per quintal.
New Yokk, July 7. Coffee spot
fair Rio quiet Rt S)c; options 510
point? lower and fairly active; sales,
36,750 bags; July, 7.907.95c; Au
gutt and September, 88.05c; Octo
ber, 8.05f'i 8.10c; November, 8.05c;
December and January, 8.108.15c;
February, 8 15c. Sugar steady and
quiet; refined firm. Molasses quiet
and steady; 60otest,18c. Rice steady
and fairly active. .
Apples Dried apples, 2j3c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
3Jc from store.
Vegetables Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 502 61) from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4060o per 100. Turnips, 50c
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
California, $7. Lemons, $67 per
box. Bananas, $1 602 50 per bunch.
Cocoanuts, $6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7Jc; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2Je higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75 jloose, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 S; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
half'fcarrels, $6. N
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $2 75 ; California, ; Imperial,
Potatoes New, $1 25.
Pecans Texas, 8(?U0c for small to
medinm, 10 14c for large; Arkansas,
Walnuts French, 12c ; Naples,15c
Grenoblee, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider New York, $0 50 per barrel
and $3 50 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 124
15c per gallon.
Poultry Chickens, $1 253.
Game Game flBh, ll12c.
Ik3G8 Quiet at 89c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 605; No. 2, $3 253 50; No. 3,
$2 753 ; 10-lb kit, No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c ; 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
family, 30c per box.
COTTO.f MEED OIL, ETC.
Seed Deli verd at denot and wharf,
$8 per ton ; wagon at mills, $8.
Car-load lots. Prime crude C. S.
oil, 2222Jc; off crnde, 16 18c;
prime summer yellow C. H. Oil, 30c;
ofl summer yellow C. S. oil, 2526c;
Miner's summer yellow C. S. oil, 28
30c; Choice cooking summer yellow,
29 30c; prime cotton seed meal, (f. o.
b.) $13 75014.
Less than car-loid lots. Prime
summer yellow O. 8. oil, 2830c;
choice cooking summer yellow, 30
HID EM AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint, 12j15c; dry
salt, 1012c; green satt,68c; green,
66c ; deer skins, 1617c. Beeswax,
2021t; tallow, 3:tjc.
BAUGIHU ASD TIM, ETC.
Bawgino Flag, 7J9Jc. Tice,fl 10
Nails-12 252 ST).
WBISET, WIMES, L.IO.rOBS), ETC.
WwTHrv Rfmitflit Kpnt.nrlrv Ttnnr-
bon, $1 06; rye, $1 756; domes-
Chjcaoo, III,, July 7. Whisky,
steady at $1 14.
Sn Louis, Mo., July 7. Whisky
firm, about steady at $1 05.
C'ncinnati, O., July 7. Whisky
active and firm, $1 05 bid. Salee of
1876 barrels of finished goods on this
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lota, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, 0., Jul v7. Petroleum,
s. w., 110", 7Jc-
PiTTsnuRo, P.v., July 7 Petroleum
dull but steady; opened at t"Je, de
clined to 65 but recovered ti tiojc at
1 o'c'ock this afternoon.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fel,
90O to 1050 pounds, 4J4je; good,
3J4c; choice grass fed, 3J3jc;
good, 3(i3Jo; fair to medium, 2
2 Jo; common, lJ2o.
Hons Choice, 3J4c; good, 3 J
3Jo; common, 33Je.
Sheep Choice, 3j4e; medium, 3
31c; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs per pound, 55Je.
Kansas City, Mo., July 7. Tho Live
Sink Indicator reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 1950 head; shipments, 923
head; quality common; market wsak
and 610c lower; good to choice, $4 35
4 60; common to medium, $3 60
4 15; Blockers, $2 603 20; feeders,
$3 303 75 ; cows, $23 25. Hons
Receipts, 10,299 head; shipments, 1193
head; the market opened 5c loner,
closed weak at an additional decline of
5c ; good to choice, 14 60 4 75 ; common
to medium, $ I 30 4 60; p g), $1
4 25. Shewp receipts, 157: shipments,
none; market eteady ; giind to choice,
$2f03S!6; commou to medium,
$1 602 25.
Ciiu-Aiio, III , July 7. The Dnnm'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts,
7800 head; shipment, 1S00 head;
market dull and a shade lower; ship
ping steers, 9."i0 to 151k) pounds, $ I 75(ift
5 50; stockeis and feeders:, $2 ;!,"4;
rowa.tbuils nndnnxed, $1 50(ci)4; bulk,
J2 503; through Texas CAltle, 115
cira received, a Bhade lower; grass
steers, $2 90 3 25; corn fed, $2 3"
3 75. Hogs Receipts, 21,000 head;
Bhipmen's, 40(K1 head; market slow
ami a shade weaker; rough and mixed,
$4 55(i4 90; packing and shipping,
$4 754 90; light weight, $4 50 4 95;
skips, $2 504 50. hhtwp Roceipta,
,"000 bead; shipments, 500 head; mar
ket slow and weak ; natives, $24 20;
Texans, $1 603 10; lambs, per head,
$1 25 3 50.
NEW YORK ItKY UOODM KIABKKT.
New York, July 7. There waa a
fairly good dei.iaad but largely from
new buyers, succeeded by a like vol
ume of busines, and the latter In
creased by new orders and the many
deliveries of the old ones. For all de
sirable woolen nnd cotton fibril's tho
market is very strong, Agents have
advanced the price oi wide sheetings
as follows: New York mills ten quar
ter bleached, 27.1c; Androscoggin,
10 4 bleached, 21c; Pepperell and
Laconia, 10 4 bleached, 20c.
To all who ar utTerim from th trron an
lndiacrstioni of youth nerroui weakneM,
arly decay, lo of manhood, sta., I will
end a reol that will our you, FREE OI
CHARGE. Thil great remedy wu dlioover
d by a miiaionary In 8outh Amerloa. Send
elf-ad Jreimed envelope totthe Her. Josirs
T. TwilC. Slnlirm T), IV.w Ynr.
inhw IH. I iitiMirni il LittlitltiM irft
uiiftMi, ivr iriutti. now rwiuly,
ueiKi, lftDioi, tuairt,
Ladiei' Fancy Desks, &o
Kliifttt Jmm1k nmt lxmtMt
lritniM (ImtrHtiloixl. Otttnlotf
fnm. i'lMUiCH 4o. Ho paMtul
1. W. OIIOHKAN. B. OCUI.KY FK iTHKR.
COCHRAN & FRAYSER,
OnurrH iiikI I'roptletopN,
On Horn Lake !toutl, 8 Miles n om Cii
SUFFICIENT ratiiraM fur m he
tnck. Charxea lrom tl M t 'i r
month, ai'cordliiK t faru and kind of bat
uratfo. IIdvk, cuttle, oulvea, sheep and
Irtmlie for sale. Purtiea doatrinir paHturnRn
fur atock, ir to urohae or aell Hook, will
V. H. JACKHON, Agent, on the Place.
Telni'hono SSI or Zlft.
CURTIS & CO.
LOGGERS' & RAFTERS'APPLIAN CES
SAW AND PLANING MILL SUPPLIES
tf WHITK FOh CATALOUUK. k
CH NCERY SALE
No. CM9, R. D. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Ktato of ienneinee, etc, va. Sa
rah Armrtrong et al.
BY virtue ol an interlocutory decree for
alt, entered in the above nauae on the
4th day f June, 1HH, M. U. M, i.age ir,H,
I will aell, at nublio auction, to the high
eat bidder, in front ol the Clerk and Maa
ter'i office, oourthouae ol bhvlby oounty,
Memphia, Tenn., on
Nalardny, Aagntt 7, 1HN8,
within legal boura. the following deacrlbed
preperty, aituated In (Shelby oounty, Xen
neaaee, to-wit: A certain lot beginning at a
atake on the weat aido of Ninth atreet l:S
feet north of the north aide of Carolina
atreet i thence weat and parallel with Caro
lina atreet Wl'A feet to a atake; thenoe north
25 feet to an alley; thence eaatlM feet to
weat aide ot Ninth atreet; thenoe aouth 2,r
feet to the beginning.
Terma of bale On a credit ol aix month! ;
note with aecurity required : lien retained;
redemption barred. Thla July a, 181.
8. I. Mc DO WELL, Clerk and Maatar.
By Jl. F. Walah, peimty Clerk and Master.
V. II St O. W. llelikoll and John Jolin-
JI KADUIJ AitllUri'OK
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing;.
rirr. Wind, Water mm I lajhlwlna
proof. (Suitable for all kinda ef buildinaa.
For pricea and eatimatea at factory re tea,
call en or addreai
MEMPHIS METAL WOOD MF'd CO.,
438 440 Main at., and 21 A 23 Mulberry it.,
Headquarter! for Iron Feneti and Creating,
UalTaaiiedlroaCornice.Tia Koofa 4 btoree.
RIVERS AM STEAMBOATS
Katk Adams, 5 p.m.
Uci'kktk Statu, 5 p.m."?
tiAYogi?, 5 p.m.
....I'ity ok Caud, 6 p.m.
Anwsi! CiTT, li p.m.
,..,.Jiai Lit, 5 p.m.
.....CnAiiiiiiA, b p in.
FainoiK RnaiNHOK, J p.m'
Ai.iikkta No. 3, 6 p.m.
b't. L 'Uif
White River ...
HOVEMIAIH AT THE LEVEIC.
Arrivals. .Tames Leo. Friar Point;
Coahoma, Osceola; Citv o( Paton
Koujf, Louis; Annie P. Silver.New
Veptirturfs. Js. Le, Friars Point;
Ooahomn, Osceola: Annie P. Silver,
St. Louis; City ol Baton Koue, New
Orleans; Chickasaw, Whit) river.
Boats Ih(t Down. ll-.ickeye 8tate,
Gavoso nnd Citv of Cairo.
Jioats lhw l), Kate Adams and
Annie T Silver M brls sugar, i0
brls ale and 75 bxs oysters.
Tun Alberta No. 3,Capt. A. H. Smith,
goes to Whito Kiver Satimlay evan
in. Tub I.ee Line packets tomorrow
evening are the James Leu for Knar's
l'oiut ami Couhoiua for O.-iceola.
Tub Milt, Ilany Line ftoatner,
Freddie liohiuson, Capt. Milt. J.
Harry, is the Saturday packet for all
points on Whito and lllack rivets.
Tiir (iayeso, Cupt. W. P. Hall, i3
the luckct this evening nt 5 o'clock
for II ales Point, Tiptnnville and all
way landings, li. O. Mitchell is in her
Tim Arkansas City, Capt. 11. W.
Krohiski, is the Anchor Linn packet
this evening at 5 o'clock fur Cairo and
St. Louis. V. 41. Pritcliard is her
Tun City if Cairo, Capt. Shep
Liuhtner, is the Anchor Line packet
this evening at o'clock forVicks
hurgandtho bends. J. C. Klton is
Thk Kato Adam, Capt. Mark U.
Cheek, is the I'nited Sta'es mail packet
this evening ut 5 o'clock for Helena,
Arkansas City and all way lHndinKs.
W. C. Blanker has chatga of her olliee,
assioted by Will Ltsh and Morris (iaus.
Tub Buckeye State. Capt. II. J. Vin
ton, la the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Cairo, Louisville, Cincin
nati and all way landings on the Ohio
river. George W. liendrickaon has
charge of her olliee, assisted by Chas.
Vinton. The Buckeye State will give
cheap rales to all points North and
UK NEK A I, NEWft.
W bath br clear and hot.
No cotton received by river yester
day. Not a paeket in port at dark last
TiiKl.ee Line packets wore in and
out on time.
Thk Chickasaw cleared labt evening
for White rivor.
Tub river here stands 21 feet nil the
Sauge, a fall of 0 tenths in tho laet L'l
Tub City of Baton Rouge passed
down yesterday morning for New Or
leans with a fair trip,
Tub Buckeye Stats will bo found in
poit this morning and leaves aain
this evening for Cincinnati.
Tub Iron Aia arrived yesterday and
returned to tho Ohio river with the
model barges brought here by tho
Nbw Oiii.banh I'ir-aymir, Tuesday,
says: For t he benefit of somo of tho
chronic growlers among the City
Fathers who think tho Steamboats
running out of this port ought to be
taxed the same as capital and real es
tate, a few facts and figures are given
about the wharfage i aid by the Nieam
ers Nat.-hf. owned by Capt. Thomas
1'. Leathers, since tho year 1H70.
During that time theso boats landed
at the New Orleans wharf (illti times
and paid (ur the privilege $"!,78 1 ; add
to this $10, '100, tho total amount paid
by the summer boats or substitutes of
tho BtoHmers Natchez, and we have
tho sum of $70,181 rather an enor
mous tax on the capital Invested.
Since lN70Cpt. Leathers has paid to
the city of Vicksburg for wharfage not
lees than I-0,(HMI, and to the city of
Natchex not lcs:i than $12,000.
Ill VI: It 1 A Nil WEATIIKK.
Okkicb Sional Hkrvicb, U. R. A., 1
M bm phis, July 7, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOths lOths lOths
Cairo 21 0 9
Chattanooga ... 12 C 15
Davenport 4 2
I)ubu(iie 5 4 2
Fort Smith i! 0 4
Keokuk 4 3 1
Leavenworth... 11 ' -
Little Rock 4 1 5
Iouisville H 6 :
Nashville 0 4 0
New Orleans... 11 2
Omaha 10 2
Pittaburg 5 3 30
St, Louis 13 1 - 3
St. Paul 4 3 2
Shreveport 2 1 2
Vicksburg 30 2 3
Da-aor l.l-o Feet and tentha of a foot
abore aero of (auxe:
Cairo, 4(1 feet. Chattanoot a. 33 teet.
Cincinnati, 6U. parenport, lb.
Dubuque, IS. fort Hmith, 22.
Keokuk, 14. Helena,.
La Croaae, 'U LeaTen worth , 20.
Little Hock, 23. LouteTille, 25.
Memphia, 34. New Orleana, 13.2.
Saihville.4. Plttaburg, 22.
maha, 18. Ht. Paul. 7.
St. Louia.32. Vlokaburf , 41.
Shreveport, 28. Yankton. 24.
Whiblino, W.Va., July 7. Noon
River 2 feet 11 inches on the Range and
failing. Weather clear and warm.
Cihcinhati, Jnly 7. Noon River
10 feet 9 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather clear ; thermometer 89,
Arrived: Ohio, Memphia, last night.
LociBvm.a, July 7. Noon River
falling, with 8 feet U inchea in the
canal and 0 feet 4 inches on the falls.
Weather clear and hot. Business dull.
Cairo, July 7. Noon River 24 feet
8 inchoa on the Rauge and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
Buckeye State, Cincinnati, 10 p.m.
Departed: Buckeye State, Memphis, 1
UBWOKLYN.N. T.-Bardon the Hill.
Mra. II. C. Howard. 2nd Waahlnaton
Park. Roomi large: location delightful!
Convenient to rara to nannattaa iteacn,
eoaerlaland, Long Beaeh and Central Parkl
alaow liw Ivrk plaoea f a-uieugnt,
Memphis & Cincinnati Fk't Co.
FOR 0 DATS OJiLT
C(immene!n , I ."" S The Elegant
May lat. 1 eteamori
Buckeye State, Ohio & Jas. W. (t.ilt
ar Thi .rompany will aell ROUND TP.rj
TtCliKTa from Memphia to Louiaviile,
Cin-innnti, and all Eastern Citiei, at
greatly HeJured Katea.
a- Tickei include Meala and State-roc at.
Keturn lu-kci. ,,.,J on an? boat in the Una.
Kucb bout currioa a Fine String Band.
BOATS LEAVE MEMPHIS
Mondajg and Thursday! at 5 P.M.
Fur Information inquire of C. B. RU8
KKLL, Agent, 12 iU.luon atreet, Memphia,
Teae. K. W. WISK, Snp't.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIN.
fit nud Nw 4rlnna gnrher
Ll-cl'. H. Mnll-CAlHOAbT. LOL13.
Arkansas City, ns
itrltM...maater. affj) 'Juiili&S
Will leave the Elevator Till KSUAV, Jul
Bth. at 4 p.m. For freight or punaage apply
C t.. IIm Ait't. AD STiiKm. Sup't.
at. I.onla nutl Now Orlennai Anchor
l.liic-l . w. MbII.-KOR VIClvSBURH.
t il.v ol l;airo,
Will leave the Elevator Till) llSim . Julr
Nth, li at p.m. For freight or immune apply
O. I,. II u l,, Yum. Ktx. ADSTilKM. t-,nt.
FOR TIPTON VILLK.
Fur (itceoln. Halm liint , Caruthcrfville,
Uaynno una Tiplnnvillo The new ntcn'nor
W. P. 11 nl I niHHtorl ll.O. Mit heli ..oierk,
W1U toave n nhove, hdJ nil wny iminti-
KVKHV MONDAY and Till KSIAY it 5
.m. For reiifht nr rrtwamtro nyyy nn honrfl
MrinpliU.I'rlitrii liriiaa nn1 Jlamptita
nnd OacKOln l'iMlwwA(iniiiU7.
for Helena, Hlendale, PrferatPofcit and al)
War Landlnga titevser
I allies l-ev, jiilEcfi
J. H. Cooper, maater....J. W. BmUtiert.olAg
Will leare ai above cn ever? MONlMY,
WKOMKtJUAVand KRIDAY, at 5 o'olock.
for Randolph, Fulton, Oaoeola and Way
I. T. Claggetl...maatr I Piatt Khoaei.eierjr
Leavea everv MONDAY. WKUNkbUAI
and FHIDAV at 6 p.m. The boata of th
line reaerve the right to paaa all landlaaa
the captain way deem unsafe. UOoe, N:.a
Ma.tl.cn. JAMES LKK, .la. .Hnr't,
Arkansas Itlvcr Tk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
U 11 U li . a-
a. ! puiiiii ... mi it-Picri I Uliw mmm
Leavea Meiui hia Every Til E81IAV ,Tt 5 p.i
li. V. luVii K, Agent,
Office, No. H Madlann at. Telephone Nn. M.
Motiiplils.V White Hirer 1'kt.Co
For 4 Inrrnilim. llrvnllN 111 u IT. Data ,
Are, Auguata. rienroy. Newport, Jackaoa
port, llate.ville and all Way Landing,
nrit. IHIIKANgW, . .n
E. C. Poatal maater.X-l BQi
Will leave EVKHY WKUN ESDAV at 6 p.m.
HTK. AI.IIKRTA N4 tt, . J
Albert U. Hinlth manterj
Will loave KVKKY MA1UKUAI at : p.m.
Through rutin given to all point. Freight
oonaigned to tho Mouiphla nnd White River
Packet Co., at Maui I'fltd or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general Informa
tion apply nt olllco, No. 1 MadUnn at., orta
Cull Telephone V.!. II. O. I.OWK. Ag't..
! ! r sic
FOR WHITE ItlYEU,
MEMPHIS WHITE ttlVEH VW
m n. Hurry im, inter
For Helena, Terrene. l)e Valla BlurT, l)ea Are,
Auguata, toarcy, Newport and Uateaville.
Will leave aa above (SATURDAY at ft p.m.
Through ratea to all polnta. Freight con
aigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphia, will bg
promptly forwarded. W. J. P. DOYLK.
Office VI, M,iilln t. Telephone tit.
The St. Fraiicla Klver Tranaportatloa
Co.'a Fine bl.le-W heoi U. H. Mall bUam.T
0. K. Joplin ina.ter,
Wli.1. LKAVK mKMFIIIN EVCKT
at S o'olook, for Marianne, the Cut-Off, and
Intermediate landing! on tit. Franoia river.
The captain reaervea the right to i iii al
landlnga ha deeuia unaafe. J AH. LKK, Jr.,
SnperlnteeHee llffife. No. 4 MadLon at.
McniplilH aud VIcksliurK Packet Com
pany U. M.Miiil Line.
For llelona, I'oncorilla, Terrene and Arkan
laa City The elegant paaaenger iieauier
KATE ADAMS. sEmb
M. R. Cheek. ..maater I W. 0. Blauker...ol.rk
EVERY MONDAY nnd TlIU RHDAY, at S
p.m.,reaerving the right to paaa all landing!
he cupula maydeoiu unaafe. For general
Information apply at ( ffico, No, 4 Madlaoa
atreot. K. WALWORTH. Agent.
.loll N flAHH. I'a'.'r Aifent. Telephone ttW.
A Valuable Patent.
Iln-cjr'a (llorar) lorn nnd Pea Flaa.
HA VINO perfected my invention, I wlah
to plaoe it before the puhllo, eapeoially
manufaoturera. Aa a Corn Planter, it ia a
perfect auooeaaopena the drill, distributed
the aeed accurately, unlnlured, and eoverd
the aaine, thereby one man performing the
work of three. Tliev have been need la
thlaaeetion for over a doeen yeara with per
fect aatlafaotion. ban give reaponaible Uati
JOHN 11. DANCT.Daneyvtlle,
Havwood eonntv. Tenw.
UK AIi ESTATE.
No. 5.TJ2, R. D. -Chancery Court of Shelbf
county .Stale of Tennenaee fur uae, etc.
va. Mary K. Aahford etal. i
BY virtue of an Interlocutory decreet for
aale entered In the above cau.e on the
4th day of January, It;, M. li. 50, page
tv',7. I will aell, at publio auction, to the
higheat bldiler, In ironi ui me men ana
Maater'a oBice, oourthouae of tihelby county,
Memphia, Tenn., on
Nntardity, J air 31, IHH.
within legal hour, the following de
acrlbed property, aitnated In bh.lby oounty,
Tenneaaee, to-wit: The aouth part of let 6.
block ilK. fronting 3.1 feet nn the eaat aide of
Kt. Martin atreet by a depth of 2ltt feet, aald
lot being lfrl feat north ol Linden atreet.
Terma of Hale On a ereditof ail monthai
notea with aecority, bearing intereat, re
quired; lien retained! redemption barred.
Thia Jun. 25, lKhii.
H. 1. M' DOWELL, Clerk and MaaUr.
By II. P. Walih, lepuly C. and M.
Pll. andQ. W. H.iakell. Bola.
ICE AT. ESTATE.
No. (Mil. R. D.-Chanoery Court ef Shelbf
oounty. otate of T.nneaseefor uae, etc..
va. Joeeph Uainea t al.
BY virtu, of an interlocutory decree lor
aale entered In the above canae on tha
tH da of January, ldeil, M. B.S1, page.Kt,
I will Mil at nublio auction, to the high
entbidd.r, in front o- the Clerk and Maaur t
ofiAe, oourthouae of Shelby oounty, Mem
phia. Tenn.. on
Nalarday, Jnly SI, 1AM,
within legal houra. the following deacribed
proirty. aituated In tihelby county. Tea
neaae., to-wit: , 4
Lou It and 30, Rembert aubdiviaion, front
ing 75 fe.t each on the weat aid. of Roaa ave
nue, and running back nyfeet. sold aa
property of Ala Sol by, Jennie Talbot and
"'Lot'ill, K. P. Stewarfa aubdivialen, front
ing 60 feet on the eaat aid. of Mualaiippl av
enue, and running iaok between parallel
linea on the north line 3 teet, and on tha
aouth line '.'i feet to an allay, being tha
third lot north of Chapln avonue.
Terma of K.le-0n a credit of aix month! :
noteith a.eurity. bearing i'Jindi
lien roulnedi red.mption barrad. Th-
"""b.MDOWELL. Clerk and MaaWr.
?y H. F. Walth. Deputy CUrk and Maatar.
. H. C. W. lleiakell. Belwitori.