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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALS-SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1SSG.
FMME AND COMMERCE.
MOXET 8 PEE CENT., SEW YORK
EXCHANGE 14 PREMIUM.
Cotton HlKher-Miadltns, 9 1 Re
sales TcBlcrdaj, 800
Money in fair demand st 8 per cent
Local securities dull.
The cotton market closed steady,
and Jc higher, middling, 9Jc. Sales,
At New York yesterday spots closed
quiet and steady, and Jc higher. Sales,
392 bales; middling, 9 916c A lead
ing New York cotton circu'ar says:
"It his been an unsettled market. At
the opening the demand was good.and
rates ran np sharply, some 8(39 poin's,
'but tkis drew out fuller supplies and
the ear'y gain was nearly neutralizsd,
and the close wib feverish at very
little difference from last evening's
At New Orleans spots were quiet
and firm; middling, 9 Jo; fa
steady, and 2 to 6 points higher; July,
At Liverpool spots were fnm, good
demnad; middling, 5 5-16d; futures
qu'etjJuly, 5 19 641.
Iu the g3neral market heg products
are weak, and tending downward.
Eggs dull at 8t.
One bl banns and pens. 230 rolls
bapginfr,20 pkes bacon, 876 pkgs boots
and shoe?, 4500 bn corn, 102 sks coffee,
110 ska coitoa eeed, 340 pkgs dry
goods, 28 pkg3 epgs, 659 brls Hour, 134
bales hay, 40 pkgs bats, 32 hd cattle,
65 bd horses and mules, 215 pkgslard,
136.0C0 ft lumbar, 4 pkgs liquor, 80
brls meal, 40 brls molasses, 72 brls
. sugar, 60 pkgs tobacco and 25,000 bu
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today:
Corn received, 2705 bn ; withdrawn,
6622 bu ; in store,' 25,322 bu. Oats re
ceived, none ; withdrawn, 680 bu ; in
store, 7543 bu.
JOHN I. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
OH. TRENT CERTIFICATES.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
"The Clearing House report is as fol
Friday, July 9tb,' 1458,562 27;
thus far this week, $1,241,692 69; same
tirus last week, $1,054,973 84; corre
sponding time in 1885, $1133,735 53;
corresponding time in 1884; $515,
9 95. ,
Friday, July 9tb, $80,169 50;
thus far this week, $491,113 22; earns
time last week, $304,097 39 ; corre
sponding tims in 1885, $145,068 91;
corresponding time in 1884, $86,071 35.
New York sight on all points, par
buying, premium selling; New
England demand, discount buying ;
New England sigbt, discount; New
Orleans,! discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerc6"14ti bid, 149 asked
First National 147 bid, 152 asked
German Bank 192;bid, 196 asked
State National 145 bid, 148 asked
Union and Planter 150 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank....l36 bid, 137 J asked
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 102 bid. 105 asked
Home - 75 bid, HO asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82 bid, 86 asked
Phoenix 100 bid, 102 asked
Planters 103 bid, 105 asked
Vanderbilt 21 bid, 22 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors 20 asked
M. and C. R.R. shares..37 hid, ... asked
M.& T. K.R. shrs, 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & G. consols, 7s. ..118 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. 1st m. 8s.. .105 bid, ... asked
Miss.&T.R.R. C8.A....117 bid, 118 asked
Miss. &T.R.R.C8.B... 106 bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. K to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s 10S bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6s,... 941 bid, 95 asked
Tax. Diet 6s 103 bid. 104 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 90 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot Oil trust?,...311 bid,32 J asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.8tor.Com.Co..lOO bid, 102 asked
Mem. Gas stock 78 bid, 82 asked
New York, July 9. Money on call
eaayat 12J percent. Prime mer
cantile paper, 45. Sterling exchange
at 486 j for sixty days and 488 for
Bands Government bonds were
quiet and unchanged. State bonds
were dull and firm. Railroad bonds
were dnll ; the day's business amount
ed to $1,223,500. The only feature of
importance was a sharp decline in In
diana, Bloomington and Western in
comes, upon the circulation of report
unfavorable to the company. Balti
more and Ohio registered fives are up 2,
at 11". j ; New Orleans an 1 Mobile sec
onds 2, at 90; Indiana, B'ooinington
an 1 Western seconds are down 3J, at
71, and the incomes 3, st 22.
Stocks Stocks opened moderately
firm, but the day's business was very
dull, only 187,619 shares being dealt
io. St. Paul led the list with 36,450
. ahares. The favorable crop news, the
announcement that the Chicago and
Atlantic bad joined the passenger pool,
and the statement of President Bene
dict that his proportion to the Cen-
tral Traffic Association would be a
cepted, stories that Pacific Mail had
accepted Mr. Huntington's proposi-
' tion about the subsidy, and reports of
earnings, increased confidence, and un
der the leadership of Pacific Mail
prices advanced steadily until after
midday, when the buying exhausted
itself and the market becamt extreme y
dnll and prices yielded slowly .altbougn
Indiana, Bloomington and . Western
made a sudden drop of 4 per cent
upon the circulation of the story of
. an assessment upon the stock.
In the last hour, however,
the seneral market rallied s'lgtitly.
Indiana, Blocrnington and Western
rallied and the market closed steady,
Final prices generally show declines,
though none of the active list are
down more than fractional amount.
In the loan crowd there was a better
demand for Hi. Paul and Northwest
ern, while the inquiry for Lake Shore
fell off somewhat
The total sales of stocks today were
187,619 shares, including Erie, 4610;
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,
19.9C0 ; Kansas and Te x , 5950 ; Louis
ville and Nashville, 3080; Northwest
ern, 1.H.500; New Jertcy Central,
5550 ; Pacific Mail, 20,270 ; St. Paul, 36,
450; Union Pacific, 9575; Western
Union, 6800; Nortnern Pacific pre
ferred, 7920. Closing quot .tions :
U. 8. 3s, Wi. 4e, coup, W6.
4Xi, coup, 11 1. Faciflc 61 ul 185, 126.
La. lUmi'i, 4a, 77 . Miiaonri, 6i, 101X.
Tenn. lii, old, t0. Tenn. 6t, now, 6oV,.
Cent. Pao. liu, 114 Den. A H.U.lata.USU.
Den4R.(l.W.l-t,78SKrie icconda, llWK.
M.K.4T.,Gen 6,. North. Pao. lata,!!!?..
North. Pao. 2da,10l. N. Western con., 144.
St. Paul, loon., 130'4. St.P.,0. A P. lata,L2.
T. P- land granta,3s. T.P.R.O.exoou. 6o!4
U. P. laU, MX. West Snore, 1U2?.
Adami Eipreaa, 142. Morrla 4 E., offd.,142
Allegheny Cen., . Nashville 4 C, 55.
Alton A T. 11., 34. N. J. Central, foM.
A ft T. H.iPfd., H4. Nor. W.,pfd.,S7K.
American Ex., 107. Northern l'ao., VtiK.
B. C. R. A N., . Northern P. pfd.,5;.
Canada Pao., 67K. C.N.Wn
Canada Sou.. 44V CAN. V ptd.,139
Central Paoino, UVt. N. Y. Central, m. ,
Chesapeake AO., tf. N. Y. C. 4 8t. L.. HJi.
C. AO.,latpi'd, 10. N.Y.St. L.AC.. p., 21".
C. A O., 2d ptd., Wi. Ohio Central, .
C. A A., 142. Ohio A Miss., 2:1.
C. A A , pld., IfO. O. A Miss., nfd., 90.
C..B. AQ.,134. Ontario 4 West , 19.
C, St. L. A N, O.. -. Oregon Nav., 107H.
C, St. L. A P., 11'. Oregon Trans.. Wh.
C, rit. L. A P, p.,aii;.Oreiron Imp., 21.
C..S. AC.,27. Pacific Mail, 5til-.
C.A C, Panama. !.
Del. A Hud., Wi- Peoria, D. A E., 21V,.
Del., L. A W., m. Pittaburg. 151V4.
Deo. A Kio ,'.. Pullman P. C, 1S55.
Erie, 2'.. Hoadinn, 24;,'.
Krie pfa., t. Rosk Isund, l&i.
East Tenn., WA. tit. L. A i. F., 24H
East Tenn. pfd. V.i,. tit. L. S. F., p., iV'i.
Fort Wayne, 145. Kt.L.AS.K..lst p.112.
Hannibal A St .lo., (!. M.iSi. ).,.
II. A St. Jo., pfd., - C. M. A St. P..p. Vi
llnrlom, 1120. St. P., M. AM., 115
Houston & 1., Kt ht. v . a nuiana, 'i
Illinois Cen., 13HV4. Pt.Paul An. pfd.. lUHVa.
Ind., 1!. A W.. VAii. Texas Pacific, UBji.
Kansas A T., Mi. Union Pacific, bir4.
Lake K. A W., S.. U. S. Exjpreaa, i.
Lake Shore. 84'. W., St. L. A P., 17.
Lou. A Nash., 4tr!i. W., St. L. 4 V.,b.,2W
Lou. AN. A., 4S. W. A F. Kx., 123.
M. A C. first pld , -.w. U. Tel., G6',i.
M. AC. pfd., . Colorado Coal. 24.
Mem. A Char., 30. Homestake, 21 vi.
Mich. Cen., 74. Iron Silver, 15.
M., L. S.A W.,67. Ontario, 2a.
M.,L.S.4W.,pfd,90. Quicksilver, 5M.
Min. A St. L., 20. Quicksilver, pfd, 24,
Min. A St. L.pfd,45. South Pacific .
Missouri Pacific, lOOVa.Sutro, 11.
Mobile A Ohio. 14.
London, July 9. Contois, 101 5-16
for both money and the account;
United States 4a, 128. The amount of
bullion gone into tbe Bank of Kngland
on balance is 60,000.
Paris, July 9. Three per cent,
rentes, 83f 17Jc for the account.
Boston, Mass., July 9. Exchanges,
$12,850,386; balances, $1,419,722.
Nsw York, July 9. Kxclanjcs,
$102,229,109; balances, $4,089,349.
St. Louis, Mc, July 9. Bank clear
ing, $3,003,69i ; balances, $580,325.
Chicago, III., July 9. Associated
bank clearings today were $9,781,000.
Baltimore, Md., July 9. Bink
clearing?, $2,041,432; balances, $268,
438. Philadelphia, Pa., July 9. Bank
clearings, $8,939,002; balances, $1,
486,118. COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and closed steady and Jo
h'gher; middling, 91c. Sales, 800
Ordinary 7J 72
Good Ordinary.... 8 SJ
Low Middling 8 J 86
Middling 94 9J
Good Middling.... 9ii 98
Middling Fair 10ji 101
Fair Nom. Norn.
Dusty eimi 6j81
Stains,tinges 7i8J 7j'($8
Mkupbis, July 9, 1886.
Stock Sept, 1, 1885...... 1,392
Received to-day 14
Received previously. ..512,692 544,093
Shipped to-day 341
Shipped previously.. ..526,525
Home consumption to
date 135 527,001
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and C. R. R
M. & T. R. R
L. and N. R. R
M. & L. R. R. R
M., S. & B. R. R...
Wagons and other sources.
Thus far this week 2,911
Thus far last week 3,272
Since September 1st 526,866
L. and N. R. R
L , N. O. & T. R. R.
New York spots opened firm and
closed quiet and steady
biaher. Sales, 892 bales,
as follows :
rrdinary. 6 1516
Good ordinary. 8 5-16
Low middling. 9J
Middling 9 916
Fair 11 j
New York futures
and closed steady, and 6 to 8 points
higher. Sale), 125,100 bales. Tbe
closing quotations were as follows
July 9 58 9 59
August 9.60 9.61
October 9.41 9.42
November. ..9.40 9.41
December ...9 41 9 42
January 9.51 9.52
Febroary 9.61 9.62
March 9.70 9.72
April 9.80 9 82
May 9.88 9.90
New York cotton statement for the
weekending Friday. July 9, 1886
Net receipts at all United
States ports for week
Total receipta to date
Exports for the week -
Total exports to date
Stock at D. 8. porta
Stock at 16 interior towns...
Stock at Liverpool
Stock of American afloat for
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet aDd firm, and closed quiet; mid
dling, 91c. Sales, 100 bales. Quota
tions were as follows t
The New Orleans
opened barely steady, and closed
steady, and 2 to 6 points higher. Sales,
21,100.balea, Quotations were as fol
July 9.15 9.17 9.13 9.15
August 9.27(i)9.28 9.23(4 9.24
September..9.12 9 1 3 9.06 9.08
October 8 99 9 00 8 94 8.95
November -8 95 8 96 8.90 8.91
December .8.99 9.00 . 894 8 9"
January 9.05(d) 9.10 9.04 9.05
February...9.20 9 21 9.15 9.17
Marcn 9 31(a) v.ss 9.V6 d 9.27
April 9 42 9.43 9.37 9.39
daily port and interior markets.
Tone. I Rec. I Prices! Stock
, 9 9
Receipts at ports, tuis day, 18S6. 3,941
Receipts at ports, this day, 1S85. 466
1886. I 1885,
R'ts U. 8,
p'rt9"d'ys 13 903
Ex. Gr. Br 2S.3S3
For'gn Kx. '4,129,0.1
Increase of receipts this year.... 613,965
At noon : Liverpool spots were fi rcn
good demand. Sales, 12,U00 bales, of
which American 9400 bales. Re
ceipts, 13,300 bales, of wliich American
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4 7-ltid ; good ordinary,
4Jd; low middling, 6J; good
middling, 5 9-16 J; middling uplauds,
5 5-1 (id; middling Orleans, 5Jd.
Manenester cloths linn ; demand
light. Yarns firm ; demand light.
1 1 Mprtcet are given tn ptnrt ami MIM,
tltut: 4 63 means 4 G3-lil(; rtruf 6 01
means 5 l-64d.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady; July, 5 17d; July-AugiiHt,
5 17d; August-SepteniBr, 6 Id
17d ; September-Oc'ober, 5 13d
October.November,5 085 09 J ; November-December,
Janaary, 5 07d ; January February,
5 05 08d; September, 5 17(;518d.
At 2 n.m.: Liverpool futures were
firm; July, 6 18d sellets; July-August,
5 18d sellers; August-September,
5 18i sellers; September-October,5 14(1
sellers; October-November, 6 lOd
value; November-December, 5 0!d
value; December-January, 6 0iid valJ
ue; January-February, 0 lOd value;
September, 5 181 buyers.
At 4 p.m : Liverpool futures were
Arm - Tl,r 10,4 li,i,afa T n 1 w A iiniinl
UI1U, VUIJ U 1UU UUJ V.1D i U ULJ . , I U11l
5 19d buyers; AugUBt-Septenibcr,5 Hid
buyers; Septsmber-Uctober, it loa
value; October-November, & lid
va'ua; November-December, 6 lOd
sellers; December-January, 5 lOd
value; January-February, 5 1 Id Boil
ers ; Ssptember, 5 20d sellers.
Liverpool weekly statement for the
week ended July 9, 1886:
Weekly sales 72,000 40,000-
Of which American. 59,000 30,000
Including for export 3,40;) 2,300
Iiid'g forspec'lution 4,900 1,300
ForwM fin Bhip side 16,000 17.2(H)
Total stock 649,000 825,000
Of which American. 471,000 607,090
Week's receipts 69,000 16,000
Of which American. 43,000 11,000
To'l rec. since Sep.l..2,892,000 3,059,000
Of wliich American.2,350,700 2,330,000
Actual week's exp't. 3,500 5,500
Stock nlloat 132,000 81 ,000
Of which American. 66,000 30.000
BREADS! I! F FS.
Corn White, 46c: mixed, 45c, from
store ; from levee or depot, white. 39 Jc ;
mixed, 38c; in sacks, in round lotr,
white, 42c ; 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 lota from levee on
track white, sacked, 3536c; mixed,
Bran trom Btore,6570c per cwt.;
round lots from levee, $10 25 per ton.
Beans Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 50; German millet, $1 201 40.
Cornmeal Standard, $2 25; pearl,
$3 253 50 from store, 5c cheaper from
mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 46c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Flour 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,
$3 763 90; fancy, $4 054 I i; extra
fancy, $4 35(4 50; patents, $5(35 15.
Cracked Wheat In half-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 ic; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted fumbles, 9c.
Kansas City, Mo., July 9. Wheat
lower; No. 2, red, cash, 621c; Auguet,
62c bid, 64c asked ; September, 64c bid,
'oc asked. Corn steady ; No. 2 cash,
26jc bid, 271c aiked; August, 28Jc;
September, 30c. Oata No. 2, cash,
21 jc bid, 231c asked.
New Oblians, La., July 9. Flour
quiet and weak; choice, $44 20;
fancy, $4 254 40; extra fancy, $4 60
4 60; Minnesota and winter wheat
patents, $55 25. Corn steady;
mixed, 4344c: yellow, 4647c;
white, 4849c. Oats strong and high
er, 3839c. Cornmeal quiet, $2 15.
Hay steady and firm; prime, $13
14 50; choice, $1516. Rice quiet
but steady, 3lQic.
St. Lons, Mo., July 9. Flour
steady; XXX, $2 403 60; family,
$2 652 80; choice, $3 253 40;
fancy ,$3 653 75 ; extra fancy, $3 85
410; patent, $4 404 80. Wheat
active, unsettled and higher; the
market opened weak and !c lower,
recovered rapidly but fell off again,
and rallied sharply near the close and
finished 11 lie higher than yester
day ; No. 2 red, cash, 77 Jc ; July, 771
78c, closed at 78jc. Corn weak and
lower early in the session, later
strengthened, and advanced jlc,
closing firm at llc higher than yes
terday; No. 2 mixed, easb, 3232jc;
August, 33J33jc, closed at 33 jc;
September, 35(5)35 J 3. closed at 351c.
Oata recovered and early declined
toward tbe close, and closed 1 o
higher than yesterday ; No. 2 mixed,
caab, 31 jc; August, 26jc; September,
27lc Rya steady, 54c. Barley, no
market. Flaxseed easier, $1 02. Bran
firm, 45c. Cornmeal steady, $1 90.
Receipts-Flour, 3000 brls; wheat,
113,000 bu; corn, 16,000 bn; oat,
3000 bu; rye, none; barley none.
Shipments Flour, 0000 brie; wheat,
none; corn, 4000 bn; oats, 3000 bu;
rye, none; barley none.
Chicago, III, July 9. Some unu
sual conditions presented themselves
in the wheat market todsv, but in
spite of such depressing influences as
thrust themselves in, the market bore
up with a good deal of firmner-s, and
ruled tirm rather tban weak. A pos
sible exception to this statement would
be the situation on tbe rb prior to
the regular opening, when some big
lines of long wheat previously lought
on orders from a trader loaded for his
ascount, the deals being unprotected
by suilicient ma'gins. Of this wheat
there was probably a litt'e over 1,000,
000 busbe's, and tne dumpirg process
broke August down from 79Jc, where
it closad last night, to 78Ji,l where it
opened this morning. After that
time the Dwyer wheat ceased entirely
to tut any figure in the market, and
buying by strong local parties con
tributed more or lees strength. Within
an hour alter the opening wheat sold
at 79jc. Tbe first reaciion carried the
market back to 781s, during which
downward movement there was more
or less long wheat brought out, and
tales to realise. After noon AuguBt
picked up to 801c and remained
very steady at that figure. Small
grains geneta'ly followed the
lead set by wheat, but were
without special feature. Flour eteady ;
r-outhern wheat Hour, $1 154 50;
WiscoB8:n, $3 904 15 ; Michigan, $4
4 50; Bolt spring wh-nt, $1 60(1,3 75;
Minnesota hikers, $35004 10: patent,
f!404 80; low grades, $1 75(2 75;
rye Hour, $3 253 50. Wheat very
unsettled, lluctuating within a range
ot lie, and closed lc higher I htm yes
terday. S iles ranged : J uly, 7ti(ii,.7Sje,
closed at 78)c; August, 7Sl(,rsojc,
closing Rt 801c; September, 80is2c,
closing at 82c; No. 2 epring, 7878.1c.
Corn untett'ed, clcBing 2o lower;
cash, :(K'i)30 Jc ; July, 8dl(a30i;c. clos
ing at liiiijc; Vigmt, 37237ic, closing
at 37 9 16c; September, 38K"y39c, clos
ing at 38 1116c. Oats nrtive and lower;
cash, 29291c ; July. 29 1 29Je, closing
at 29,;: August, 27j'528'c, c!oing at
282c; September, 28i29je, closing at
28 Jc." Rye easy; No. 2, 6800j. Bar
ley nominal. Flaxseed steady; No. 1,
$1 10(.)U 10. Receipts-Flour, 9000
brls; wheat, 23,000 bu; c.irn, 254,000
bu ; onto, 70,000 bu ; rye, 20OO bu ; bar
ley, 1000 bu. Shipmauta Flour, 70(H)
brls; wheat, 4000 bu; corn, 311,000
bu ; o iii, 28,000 bu ; rye, 1000 bu ; b.ir
Butter Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
lloa Products Mess pork, $11 50;
sugar cniod hams, llj12jc; break
fast bacon, 8J10c; clear side pork,
77Jc; clear rib side pork, Oijc;
long clear pork, 6c; pork shoul
ders, 6c. Bacon Clear rib sido,
7i7c. Lrd Tierces, 6j(?6gc; lmlf
barreis, 6j7c; kegs, 6c; pails,
7U)7ie; half-pails, 7J(S7gc ; 50 lb tins,
tlc; 20-lb tin;, 6J7c; 101b tins,
7J7c; 5-lb tins, 7Jo; 3-lb tins,
7J7jc; choice kettle, tierces, 8,sjc.
Fiiksh Meats No. 1 boef,8Jc; Mut
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
St. Loins, Mo., July 9. Provisions
dull and weak early in the day, but
later became more active and ad
vanced ffflUOc, closing strong. Tork
firm, $10 "50. Lrd nominal, $6 15.
Bulk moats looto lota: long clear,
$6 15; short ribs, $0 25l; shore clear,
$0 40; boxed lots: long clear, $6 30;
short ribs, $6 40; short clear, $6 50.
Bacon firm; long clear, $6 90; "short
ribs, $7 ; short clear, $77 05. . Hams
linn, lll12i!. Butter fairly active;
creamery, 1516c; dairy, 1015c.
Eggs dull and eaier,78C)
Chicago, III., July 9. Mess pork
fairly active and weaker; declined 171
Qjy.Qc, early, rallied- again and closed
stesdy; cash, $9 009 60; August,
9 47A9 70, closed at $9 67J9 70;
September, $9 57J9 fv), closed at
$9 77j9 80. Lard opened easy but
closed firmer; cash, $6 15; August,
JO 3716 50, closed at $6 50; Septem
ber, $6 47Jo)0 60, closed at $6 W).
Short rib sides opened 57ic lower,
rallied 10(5)1 2jc, and closed firm;
cash, $0 100 12. Boxed meataqu'et;
dry salted shoulders, $5 805 85;
abort clear sides, $0 50g-6 55. On the
Produce Exchange Butter ruled firm ;
creamery, 1316Jc; dairy, 10lljc.
91101c; prime Kio, 10jllc; choice
to fancy, 11 l12Jc; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20o.
Soap 3j5Jo per pound.
Suqar Pure white, 6Jc; off white,
68c; yellow, 616Sc; open kettle,5j
bjc; refined A, 6jcj granulated, 7
71c; powdered, 7Jc; cut loaf, 7j7Jc.
Salt $125 per barrel; packs, fine,
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 2j(7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7i8lc.
Candles Full weight, 10c.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en: Pineapples, $1 351 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 251 35;3-lb,:$l 151 30: straw
berries, $1 351 40: raspberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries, $1
1; 15; greengages, $1 601 76;
piears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 604 ; green com,
$11 35; green peas, $1 65165; cove
eysters, full weight, Mb. $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,
ST, condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $0.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2030c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c ; common to fair, 20
25c ; prime to choice, 3033c ; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c.
Tobacco Common, 11-Inch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 35 85c.
Snuff Garrett's, $ld 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
New Orleans, July 9. Coffee steady
with a fair demand; ; Rio, 7J10c.
Sugar steady and firm ; open kettle,
choice, 5 jc; strictly prime, 5 jc; prime,
5',o; centrifugal ia good demand and
and prices a shade higher; choice
white, 6 3-lOc; prime yellow, clarified,
6 13-165 Jc; seconds, 4l5Jc. Mc
lasses quiet but steady ; open kettle,
good prime to strictly prime,32o.
New York, July 9. Coffee epot
fair Rio firm, 9o; options lower and
fairly active, closing firm ; sales, 33,000
bags; July, 7.9)8c; August, 7.95
8.05c ; SeDt ember, 7.958. 1 c ; October,
. , - i o n , i! i -.. .
e.lwyrj.ioc ; novemuor, o.ujvjyo.i.n; ,
December, 8.058.1(c ; January, 8.05
8.15c; February, 8.10H.15o. Sugar
eteady and quiet; fair to good refining
quoted at 4j5c; refined, firm ; extra
O, 515 5-16c; white extra u, o -ioc;
Oil A, U-JUltUiljje , DWUUIluai V i,riuv,
confectioners' A. 61c: cat loaf and
mnnlated. 6 5-16c: CulieS. 6i62o.
Molaasea auiet Rice firm; demand
Apples Dried apples, 2J3o per
pound from store, imea peacnee, a
(Sl'Mb from store.
VaoiRABLM Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, 2 iz&s per craw
Garlic, 4060o per 100. Turnips, 50c
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none ;
California, $7. Lemons, $t7 per
box. Bananas, $1 502 50 per bunch.
Cocoanuta, $6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 74c; lennessee, farmers stock.
34c; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1S(i-'Oc.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10,414c for large; Arkansas,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples.ISc
Grnnoblee, 15 Filberts, 120.
Kaipins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
$3 50 4.
Potatoes INew, $1 25.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
fl 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75 ;lonse, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 S; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
ball carrels, IB.
Cider few York, $6 50 per barrel
and $3 50 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 121
15c per gallon.
Podltrv Chickens, $1 252 25;
old hens, $2 2,2 50.
Gamb Game fish, ll12c.
Eoos Quiet at 89c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels. No. 1,
$4 MK3W5; No. 2, $3 253 50; No. 3,
fi 75i)3; 10-Ib kit. No. 1, 80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrinus,
family, 30c per box.
tMlTTWN SKi: OIL, ETC.
Suicn Deliveroil at dennt. mill u-linrf.
$8 per ton ; wagon at mills, $8.
Cirload lots. Trime crmle C. S.
oil, 22()22Ji; oil crude, 16 18c;
prime Biiminer yellow C H. Oil, 30c;
otl sunuuer yellow C. S. oil, 2520c;
Miner s tu miner yellow C. r. oil, 2S(,iV
30c; Choice cooking summer yellow,
:y(ni:itie: prime cotton seed meal, it. o.
).) $13 7fi14.
tlian rar-load lota. l'rinia
sunuuer yellow O. S. oil, 28(,i:'0c;
choice cooking summer yellow, .10
Nmv (Iiii.hanh. I. a.. .Iiilv !1. Cn.
ton seed nroducts in unod deuiHiid at
full prices; prime crude oil, 24 25c;
summer yellow, 31('iVJ3c; cake and
Hints AND TAI.I.OW
Hides Dry flint, 12 15c; dry
salt, 1012c; green aiiit,(i)8c; green,
56c; deerskins, 1617c. lteeswax,
2021c; tallow, 33Jc.
BiOUIHU AID TIEN, RTO.
Baooino Flag,7191c. Ties.fl 10
Nails f2 252 35.
WHINKT, WINKM, 1.MIUOKN, F.T4'.
Whikky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 60; rye, $1 756; domes
tic, 90irtl 50.
St. Louis, Mo., July 9. Whisky
quiet at $1 05.
Chioaoo, III., July 9. Whisky
steady at $1 14.
Cincinnati, O, July 9. Whisky
firm. $105. Sales of 1 145 barrels of
finished goods on this basis.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lota, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, ()., July 9. Petroleum
quiet; s. w., 110, 7Jc.
PiTTsnuim, Pa., July 9. Petroleum
dull and weak ; opened at (i5je, ad
vanced to 0iic, and at 1 o'clock this
afternoon broke to 061c.
Receipts of common and medium
grades of cattle tho pnwt week have
been quite liberal. Sales slow, and
prices were lower. ICnoioe butcherd'
were icarcs and in demand at prices
firm as quoted. Today there is only
a light supply here. Trices nrm on
choice gradeB. Hog receipts light.
Light weights in moderate demand.
Prices firm. Market overstocked with
sheep and dull. Prices lower. Choice
lam lis in light supply ami in lair de
mand. Prices firm. Common sheep
and lambs in 'foil supply, unsalable
and not wanted. Quotations:
Cattle Choice to extra, corn fed
900 to 1050 pounds, none; good,
none: choice grass fed, 33fc;
ood, 3(o)31c; lair to medium, 2)
Jc; common, ll2c.
Hogs Choice. 8i4c: good, 31
3Jc; common, 33jc.
hheep Choice, 3i("),4c; medium, ii
3c; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, oc.
New Orleans. July 9. Hog prod
ucts unsettled but generally lower.
Pork, $10 20J. Lard, $0 25. Bulk
meats shoulders, long clear and
claar rib, $6 75. Bacon shoulders,
$6 75; long clear and clear rib, $7 12J
Hams, $11 50 1 2.
Kansas Citv, Mo., July 9. Tho'.iw
Stock Jnduator reports: Cattle lie
ceipts, 1186 head; shipments, 468.
Good to choice, $4 254 65; common
to medium, S.l !0(i.4 15; stockers,
$2 603 20 ; fesderH, $3 303 80 ; cows,
$23 "25. Hogs Roceipta, 7842 head ;
shipments, 2799 bead; tbe market
opened eteady,5c lower.closed with in
additional declino of 5c ; good to choice,
$4 554 (15 ; common to medium, $ I 25
4 60. Sheep Uecoipta, 1098 bead;
shipments, none; market weak;
good to choice, $2 503; common
to medium, $1 502 25.
Chicago, III., July 9. The Dmven'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts,
5700 head; shipments, 2900 head;
market a shade steadier; shipping
steers, 950 to 1500 pounds, $3 755 20;
stockers and feeders, $2 263 90; cows,
hulls and mixed, $150 3 75; bulk,
$2 50 3 25; throngh Texas cattle,
slow but steady, $2 504; bulk, $3
3 25. Hogs Keceipta. 25.000 bead;
shipments, 0000 head; market Blow.
10c lower, closing dull ; rough and
mixed, $4 404 75; packing and ship
ping. $4 754 H5; light. $4 404 85;
skips, $2 504 "ft. Sheep Receipts,
1500 head; shipments, 400 bead; mar
ket steady; natives, $24; Texans,
$1 503 ; lambs, per cwt, f i 754 To.
NKW YORK WRY UOODN MARKET.
New Yoke, July 9. The general
demand continues of very good pro
portions lor all classes and styles oi
goods, with the tone of tbe market
very strong, and values firm for all
s'.ylea and classes of goods.
To all who r inSarinf from tbt trrora an
Indlaorotloni of youth Barvoni wekknaia,
arly doeay, loaa of manhood, ajto., I will
aond a roslp that will car yoa, FREE 01
CHAROB. Thia iraat nmody iu dlaooTtr
td by a mlaaiooary la Sooth Amoriea. bond
lf-addraad odtoIop toTtht Rjt. Joairi
T. Tum". Nlntio D. K"i Yn.
HEALTH IH WKAI.TH.-Dl. 1. 0.
Wut'iISuti iidViii) Tiiatmiiit,
toarantd apoellls for HiUrU, Dln4
Dia. ConTnlifoDH, Pit. Norvooi Noorat
ia, Btadaoho. Norrora Proatration, eaatoc
by th aao of alcohol or tobaoeoi Wak
fulnaia, Montel Dopraaalon, buiteolnt of tbt
Brain, nanltint In Iniaoity and lt,'lntM
Iwry, Idaoay and ilaathl Pramatnra uld
Aft. Barrannaaa, Loaa ofPowtr In tlthtr
Nil InTolontary Loaaaa and BMrmator
thta, eaoat 1 by OTtr-trtlon of tbt brain,
Mlf-abnaa or orerlodulitnot. Kaoh boi eon
Ulna on monlb'i trtatmtnt. II a box, ot
Ix boit for 15, atnt br nail prtpald, oi
rotilt of prloa. Wo aoarantM Six Boim
to oar any oat. With oaoh ordtr rtotlrtd
bj na for aix boxoa, aooompaniod wltb aft,
t will atad tbt purobajtr oor wrltua
tnarantaM lo rtfand tbt monoy if tho treat
mtat dooa not tfont a ear. OaarantMi
baatd only b A. KUNKJtHX M 00.. Una
diU, kUmphUt Ttaa.
RlfERS A:D STEAMBOATS
Whit River.-.TxtDbii Konixgos.S p.m'
Whit River Ai.bcrta No. 3, 5 p.m.
Now Orloan .....City or St. Louis, 12m.
Vickaburir Will S. lltvjt, 6 p. m.
St. Louis .. C'v of raorniNC,li)i,m.
Friara Point.....' Junta Lxt, 5 p.m.
Arkaniaa City KT Abaws, 5 p.m.
Oaoeola Coiiion, i p.m.
Tlptonvlll ()ivo,5 p.m.
Cincinnati Oiuo.t.l p.m.
St.Franoia Rivr...En. Foster, ,1 p.m.
Arkaniua Kivor ...R. L. Cobb, 5 p.m.
MOVENCN IH AT Tit K LKVKE.
Arrivals, City of Cairo, St. Louis;
Coaboma, Osceola: New Mary Hous
ton, Cincinnati; James I.ee, Friurs
Point; Alberta No. 3, White River;
Freddie Robinson, White Kiver.
Departures. City of Cairo, Vicks
burg; James Lee, Friars l'oint; Mew
Mary Houston, Mew Orleans; Coa
Boats in Port. Freddie Robinson
and Alberta No. X
ISoats lhi Down. Will S. Hays and
City of St. Louis.
limit Due f'p. Ed. Fester and City
CoulioHia 22 sks seed and 14 brls
Jamrs Lee 1 bale cotton and a lot
Alltsrta No. 1111 caies cgns and 4S
empty oil barrels.
hreddis Robinson 434 sks seed and
29 pkgs sundries.
City of Calio ,r0 tons merchandiHS.
IITI ItK MOVKMKNTN.
The Kd Foster, Capt. O. K. Joplin,
goin out Tuesday evening for St.
Tim Lee Line pockets Monday even
ing are tho James Lee for Friars l'oint
and Coahoma for Osceola.
The Will 8. Hays, ("apt. Wm. Raker,
is the Anchor line packet this evening
at 0 o'clock for Vickeburg and tlio
The Alberta No. 3, dipt. A. II.
Smith, goes out this evening at 5
o'clock for White liver. 11. C. Wilson
is in her olllco.
The City of Providence, Capt. Geo.
Carved, is the Anchor Lino packet
this evening at 0 o'clock for Cairo and
S;. LouiB. Frank Perkins is her clerk.
TiiBGityoso, Capt. W. P. Hall, is
the packet Mommy evening at 5
o'clock for Tiptonvillo and all way
landing). 11. O. Mitchell is In her
The R. L. Cobb, Capt. E. B. Smith,
is tho picket Tuesday evening at 5
o'clock for all po!nta on Arkansas
river. Clixs. Musselman has charge
of her ollice.
The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail pack
et Monday evening at 6 o'clock for
Helena, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W. C. B anker has charge
of her otiice.
The Anchor Lino steamer City of St.
Louis, Cnpt. James O'Neal, will pars
down today at 12 o'clock for Now Or
leans and all way points. Owen U.
Cities is her clerk.
The Ohio, Capt, M. M. Deem, Is
tbe packet Monday evening at 6 o'clock
for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all way landings on the Ohio river.
Harry Proctor and Harry Best are her
clerks. The Ohio will give cheap
rates to all points North and Kast.
The Milt Harry Line steamer Fred
dio Kobinson, Capt. Milt R. Harry, is
tho packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for all points on White river, going
through to Newport and making con
nection with packets for the upper
White and Black rivers. Albert Mc
G heo has charge of her ollice.
Weathee clear and warm.
The Lee Line packets were in and
out on time yesterday.
Capt. James Lee, . in., has returned
from a trip to Kentucky,
Receipts by river yesterday, 1 ble
of cotton and 4!0 sacks of seed.
The Jos. B. Williams, with a tow of
empty barges, passed np at an early
hour yesterday morning for the Ohio
The Alberta No. 3 arrived yesterday
morning from White river with 59
packages of sundrif s, and returns Ibis
The City of Cairo passed down
early yesterday morning for Vicke
burg. She diechai'rfed here 60 tons of
freight and added 15 tons.
The Freddie Robinson arrived yes
terday evening from White river with
4.'I4 sacks of seed and 29 packages of
sundries, and returns thia evening.
The New Mary Houston, from Cin
cinnati, passed down yesterday for
New Orleans ith 1200 tons ol freight.
She added here a lot of barrel heads.
The Boas, with n tow of empty coal
ba'gfS which pawed here Thursday
morning bound lor tne uiuo river,
broke her shaft IK miles abovo here
and returned to this place for repairs.
KIVER ANlt WEATHKR.
Office Signal Sebvick, TJ. H. A.,1
Memphis, July 9, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 76 meridian
timo, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOtlis lOtlw lOtha
13 0 -
5 3 1
3 5 3
20 9 10
1 1 1
5 . 2
11 3 -
3 7 2
19 0 6
10 1 7
11 3 -
f 0 6 -
12 6 2
4 1 mill
1 8 2
30 1 -
Daasar I.la-Fat and Unthi of a foot
abor atro of gaui: ....
Cairo, 40 foot. Chattanoo. S3 ttt.
Cincinnati. SO. IJaftnport, 15.
Dubaqua.M. Port Smith, ti.
La Cro, H,T,rf.ortii' 20"
Littl Rook. 23. I'0"'""'' 26- ,
Mmiihla,:t4. Now Orlaana. 13.2.
Omaha. 18. St. Paul. 7.
Bt. Louia, 32. Vickaburf , ,41.
Bbrrport, 28. Yaoktoa, 24.
PiTTSBuao, July 9. Noon River 2
feet 4 inches on the Range and fall
ing. Weather clear and hot
Wheeling, W.Va., July 9. Noon
River 2 feet 4 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather clear and warm.
Cairo, July 9. Noon River 23 feel
rt inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather fair and hot. Arrived: Min
netonka, Memphis, 7 p.m. Departed :
Minnetonka, Chester, 10 p.m.
Cincinnati, July 9. Noon River
17 feet 3 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather fair; thermometer S0.
Looisvina, July 9 Noon River
falling, with 7 feet 0 inches in the
canal and 5 feet 4 inches on the falls.
Weather clear aod warm. Business
dull. Arrived: Ohio, Cincinnati.
KvANsvn.Ls, Isn., July !. Noon
River falling, with 14 feet 2 inches on
the gauge. Departed : James W. GarT,
Cincinnati, midnight; Paris O. Brown,
Cincinnati, 2 a.m. Arrived: Ohio,
Cincinnati, 11 a.m.
Memphis & Cincinnati Pk't Co.
FOR 90 BATS ONLY
ill 7 111.
Buckeye State, Ohio A Jan. W. (jail
r Thl 'Company will mil ROUND THU
TlCKKTs from Mamphia to LouiiTill.
Cincinnati, and all Kaatara Uitioa, at
I raatly Heluood Ratoa.
mr Tiokata inclnds Moala and Stat-roomt
Keturn lickdUi aood on anr boat in tha lin.
Kach boat rarrioa a Fino blrln Band.
110ATS LEAVE MEMPHIS
Mondays and Thursdays at 5 P.M.
For Information lnuir ot C. It. 1UIS
SK1.L, Airont, 12 Madison utrfrt, Momi'hia,
Tonn. It. W. WISH, Sno t.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
HI l.oul itul Nw Orlenua Anrhor
l.lue-l'. H. Mull -CAIRO A &T. LOllia.
City of Providence, ffSDn
Hi... CarvII....maft.r. JSs3
Will loavo tha Klovnt, ,r SATUHDAV, July
loth, t 4 p.m. 1'or froiaht ir iihhhko apply
O I, Hit i.. P.m. Air't. All STOKM. Suo't.
FOU NKW ORLEANS.
N(. I. on In nnal New Orlenna Anrtior
l.liat-V.N. Nnll-FUH NKW ORLKANd,
r: a. - p r k . '
ty ot ji. louis, tn.
Will leave tha KUrator SATUHDAV. Jul
10th, at 12 m. For trei;ht or lt.Maiie apply
C. I.. II u., I'.an Air't. Al KToKM. Son't.
For Uolana, Terrana. Arkanaaa City, tlrean
villa and Virltpbura itaauiar
U III H. liny
W. W. Baker matter.
Will leaTe tha Elevator THIS
HUli, at li p.m. For Iraiaht or paaaiwa apply
C. I.. Ham.. Vkm. A't. AD HTOKM. Aj't
For Uaoaola. Ilaloa Point, Carutheravill,
Uayoao anil Tiptonvillo The now Kramer
W. P. Hall mater I II. O. Mioheli...olerk.
Will leave aa above, and all way point.,
EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY at J
MmlilM,Frlnr PirtM nncl Sixraipbiaj
Knil aia'volit lfM'MVIi4tfMntnBy.
forUelona. Ulendale, Fri.riVPorrtt and all
War Landlnio tit.amer
3. B. Cooper, matter. ...J. W. Hiuithera.oleTk
WUI leave aa above nn every MONOAY,
W KVh EHDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 o'clock.
For Randolph, Fulton, Oaneola and Waf
Bt. T. Claaratt...maitnr I Piatt Kbo,iooirjr
f . , , i , . v hi tr I, v l-u I. i a
ueitvni D.irr hiviiuai, .1 avi.ui'vni
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boata of tail
line re.erv the rliht to paia all landUwl
theoaptain may deem nnaafe. Otrjoe.Nl, i
.lAlriKN i,kk, ,i.,nai,'i.
Arkansas ltlvcr Pk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
n. U. Hinitn.... mailer. iln ami
Leave. Memi hia Every TURHDA Y, al o p.
II. v. Ajuit b, Aaenfc,
Memi)lii8& White Uirer rktCo
For 'lnrfin1on, lvnll 111 a IT. Ds
Aro, AukoiU. Hearay, Newport, Jaokton
port, llateavitle and all Way Landini.t
Nf a, i IIHHANAW, Jl
K. O. I'oiUI maatar, ' jTTtfj
Will loavo EVERY WEDWEHDA Y at 5 p.H.
NTR. ALMCRTA MO 8, . .fT- ,
Albert B. Kiulth maiUriaj23BBB.
Will leave EVERY SAIliRUAY at 6 p.ta.
Through ratal liven to all point.. Freliht
aonaixned to the Memphia and Whit River
Packet Co., at Menihl or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For aaneral Informa
tion apply at ofllre, No. 9 Madlann at., ort
Call Talaphone M. H. O. LOWK, At't.
FOR WHITE MVEli.
MEMPHIS & WHITE B1VEB P'k'f.
M. R. Harry nunter.
For Uelena, Terrene. De Valla Blurt, Dea Ara,
Amuata, tiearoy, Newport and llataavlll.
Will leave aa above SATURDAY at 5 p.aa.
Through ratea to all notnta. Freight eon
alined to Milt Harry Line, Meraphii, will b
promptly forwarded. W. J. P. DOYLE. I
Office f'i Maillon t. Telephone tl.
Tbe Nt.FranclH Klver I'ranHportatiaa
Co. 'a Fine Hld.-W heel U. H. Mall Hteamer
O. K. Joplin rnanter,
WILL 1.EATK MKNPIIIal KTBRI
at 5 o'olock, for Marianne. th.Cnt-Off. an4
InUrmadlate landing! on St. Franola river.
Tbe captain reaervea tbe right to raaa al
landing! he deema nnaafe. JAH. LKK. Jr.,
Hnnerlntenrlent. Oftloa. No. 4 Madiwon at.
MenipIiU and VIckHbnrr Packet Com-pany-U.N.Mall
For Helena, t'onoordla, Terrene and Arkan
aa City The elegant patt.nger ateamer
KATE ADAMS, itiSi
M. R. Cheek ... maator I W. 0. Blank.r...oirk
EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY, alt
p.m. .reserving the right to raaa all landing)
tbe eaptaia may deem nnaafe. For general
Information apply at office. No, 4, Madlwa
atreet. B. WALWORTU. Atat.
JOHN OARR. PaM-'r Agent. Telephone V.
No. 5321, R. D. -Chancery Court of Sholbf
county. otale of Tenneaaeefor om, to.,
va. Joaeph Hainan ot al.
BY virtu of an Interlocutory decree lor
ale entered In the above oauae oa th
tHitLj of January, lawi, M. B. 51, peg ltil,
I will aell at oublio auction, to th high.
eif bidder. In front o the Clerk and Muter'!
offtoe, oourthona of She.br eoamty, Mem
phla, Tenn., on
v N(arda,y, July SI. IHH9,
within legal hoora, the following deaoribad
property, aitoated In Shelby ooanty, Tea
LoU 19 and 20, Rembert aubdlvialnn, front
ing 75 feeteaoh on tbe we.taideof Koia ave
nue, and running back 148 loot. Sold a
proierty of Aaa Selby, Jenni Talbot and
Lot 31, B. P. Stewart'a auhdlvlgleo,, front
ing 90 feet oa the eaat aide ol Miaaiaaippi av
enue, and running tack between parallel
line, on the north line 263 leet, and on th
aouth lin 2W'ifect to an allay, being tha
third lot north of Chapin avenue.
Tar mi of Sale-On a credit of aix month.;
notitb K.ourtty. bearing intoreat required i
lien retained; redemption barred. Inig
J"nHfi.1M?iDOWRLL, Clark and MaaUr.
By II. t. Walah. Deputy Clark and Maatar.
F. U. AC. W. Heinkell.Sclicitor..
"London" Trouser Stretcher
... . . . ..J IT-1.
lt1 tf raleniea in aurew
I yJ I h..i.m Male Aaremta tm
l nttr glalea for celebrated
John Hamilton A Co. Stretch
T.k.. bualaar ) 4
t.aa. reatorea pantaloona t
original ahap. Only patent
Stretcher eombinlng aorew ro
in oomblnatioo with elampaa
All other Infringement.
Original and iy
r-r -UvrnCB' lit
tiTrTaa .Mur.lv pk.d. Prle B W-Wjlt.
lor circular.. ArenU wanted in vy i.
5, W. jSutaW -V Bl),Mg-