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FflMCE MD COMRCE.
MOXLT 8 PER CENT., SEW YORK
EXCUAXOE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton Steady Middling, 9 1 Re
sales Yesterday, 50
Money in fair demand at 8 percent.
Xocal Becarit;es dull.
The cotton market closed steady,
middling, 9c. Sales, 50 bales.
At "Sew York yetterday f pots closed
du'l and easy. Sales, 216 bales ; mid'
dling, 9 9-1 6c. A leading CDtton ciicn.
Jar says: "It was rather featureless
market, with a large percentage of
trading simply in the way of ex
changes and local scalping, very few
really new orders comiug to hand
Prices were held np fairly, closing
eteady at a fraction above last evening
in some casce."
At New Orleans spots were easy,
middling, 9 316c; futures fcteady;
At Liverpool spots were steady,
fair demand; middling, 5 5-lGd; fut
ures easy ; July, 5 15-6-td.
In the gjncral market there are no
features of note. Eggs dull at8Jc.
Six brl app'e?, :W0 sks bran, 437 rls
bagging, 12 pkga bacon, 600 ba corn,
77 sa cotton seed, 1000 cotton ties, 111
pkgs dry goods, 15 pkss eggs, 305 brls
nour, L'UU t u-s nay, 18 pkgs cats, o nd
shf ep,3G,500 ft lumber, 82 pkgs liquors,
250 br s meal, 45 brls molasses, 14 kegs
nails, 800 bu cat", 5 cars pork sides
and 2500 bu wheat.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today:
Corn received, 4272 bu; withdrawn,
5059 bu ; in store, 1 3,732 bu. Oats re
received, 2824 bu; withdrawn, 7747
bu; in store, 1028 bu. Wbeat received,
none; withdrawn, none; in store,
JOHN Jj. NORTON
9 MadiBon St., Memphis', Tenn.,
DEALER IN .
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
OIL TRUST CERTIFICATES,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Olearing Mouse report is as fol
Wednesday.'July 14th, J120.83S 89;
thus far this week, $521,630 20; same
time la?t week, $71(1,558 37; same time
in 1885, $491,205 13 ; same time in 1884,
Wednesday, July 14tb, $56,127 87;
thus far this week, $165,235 t2; same
time last weeir, -J!)7,82l Us; same time
in 1885, $190,609 32; same time in
18S4, $45,488 98.
New York' sight on all points, par
baying, J premium selling; New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, J discount; New
Orleans, f discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce146 bid, 149 asked
First National 147 bid, 152 asked
German Bank 192,bid, 1 asked
State National 145 bid, 148 asked
Union and Flantert150 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank....l35 bid, 137 asked
-Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 102 bid. 105 asked
Home 75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82J bid, 86 asked
Phoenix 100 bid, 102 asked
Planters 103 bid. 105 asked
Vanderbilt 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors 20 asked
M.and C. .R.shares..37 bid, ... asked
M.& T. K.K. shrs, 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & C. consols, 7s... 118 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. 1st in. 8s... 105 bid, ... asked
Miss.&T.R.R.cs,A....117 bid, 118 asked
Miss.&T.K.R.ce,B...10t5 bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J..82 bid, 85 asked
fihelbv Co. 6s 10S bid, 110 asked
Tax. DIst. 4, 6s, 95 bid, 96 asked
Tax. Diet. 6a 104 bid, 105 asked
Mem. Gas bonds. 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 96 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot Oil trnstv..31J bid,32J aeked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem. Stor. Com. Cc.100 bid. 102 asked
Mem. Gas stock 78 bid, 82 asked
New Yope, July 14. Money on call
ranged from 1J to 2 per cent , clos
ing at 3 per cent, atked Piime mer
cantile paper, 45. Sterling exchange
is fairly active; 4863 foreixty days and
488 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
quiet, with the 4s higher. S:ate
bom's were dull but firm. Railroad
bonds weie generally higher. Sales,
$1,383,000. The Denver, Rio Grande
and Western were conspicuously
strong, the assented bonds being up
'-2J, at 801 ; Denver and Rio Grande
consol trnst receipts ?,at 111, and
Toledo, Peoria and Western firsts 4,
at 100; New York, Susquehanna and
Wes'ern firsts, coupon off, are down
2, at 80 : Central Pacific firsts 2J, at
mi, ami i.icnmonu ana Allegheny
trust receipts 2, at 45.
Stocks reports of rate tutting af
fected the coal s'ocks unfavorably to
day, enabling the room traders to
' break Lackawann i and Jersey Central,
but the market is at best a scalper's
market for the present and fluctua
tions have little significance. At the
opening prices were generally higher
advances, ranging from J to percent ,
the latter in New York Central.
Omaha was down 1, Jersey Central
and Northern Pacific preferred J each,
and Union Pacific and Delaware ana
Hudson i each. There were some fur
ther slight advances in the early deal
ings, but Lackawanna was pressed for
sale, Jersey Central following, and
within the first half hour the former
was down 1 and the latter 3 per
cent. The decline was then
checked and the life was taken out
of the market, which continued
dull and featureless throughout the
remainder of the day, being alter
nately firm and heavy, and finally
closed steady near opening figures
Final prices generally show advances
over tncss oi yesterday of small trac
tions in the active list.
The total salts of stocks today were
isj.ij snares, including Erie, 13,515
Kansas and Texas, 3600 ; Lake Shore
15,150; 1 Lackawanna and Western
28,040; Northwestern, 8100; New Jer
sey Central, JNew York Central
3166; Pacific Mail. 5870: St. Paul
13,000; Western Union, 7300. Closing
D. S. 3a. lOtPi. 4. mm. 13S
4i, coup, 1U. Pacific Ul of im, 126i
La. ttami i, 4, 75 Missouri, 6i, 100S
Tenn. fa. old. bO1. Teen. ha. new. H1
Cant. Pae. lita, IUH. Dea. 4 K.O.lati.litlX
lenAR.U.V.l,u,Hltne lecondi, 110.
M. K. AT., Gen 61.W!,. North. Pao. 1U,116'4.
IN or tli. rae. m,ii. n. n eateni eon., 144
Kt. Paul. con.. 132".. St.P..O. k P. liu.lli).
T. P. land grnl$,3)t. T.P..R.U. l cou. 55l
U. P. liU, lli'i. n est Shore, lui,
Adami Express, 142,
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1SSK.
Alton A X. II.. 33.
A A T. II., pfd., 53
Amrricaa Ex., 106.
B. O. R. AN., SO.
Canada Pae., m.
Canada Sou.. 43.
Central Paoiflo, 42.
r i a
I j nen&IlfJU. KB OLJ,t a XI. 1731.
C. & 0., 1st pfd, r,yv N.y.St.L.AC..p.,21!4
(J. 4 O., 2d pfd., 1U. unio Central, ,
Morria A E., offii.,142
N. J. Central. M!
Nor. A W.. pfd.,3i
Northern Pao., WJ,.
Northern P. vtd.fipi.
J. 4 IN. W., HZ.
C. N. W Btd.,140,
N. Y. Central, 1057.
N. V. C. A bt. L.
C. A A.. 143.
C. A A .Ltd.. 150.
Ohio A Miu.. 22'.
O. 4 Miea.. ifd HO.
Ontario A Went., !'
C, St. L. A N. O., -. Oregon Nav.. 107!i.
.tSt.Ii.AP., 11?. Oregon Tram., !C'8,
Kt. L. A P. D..3U. Orecnn Imn.. 17.
C..S. AO.,2S. PaufioMail,65i.
C.A C, 53!';. Panama. V.
Dei.iHud .SV'i. Pe ria, D. A E., 22.
Del., L, A w., lxtl. Pittaburn. 152.
Den. A Rio U., 28. Pullman P. 0., 135U
Erie. 30-. Rtadini, 2-tVi.
Krie pfa., 72'. R. Iaiand. IZVi.
Eaat Tenn., h. St. h. A S. i .. 24.
EaatTenn. pfd. 13M. St. L. A S. F..P..50!
Port Wayne, 14(i. St.L.A6.F..l8t p.llSfi
llanmbal A St. Jo., c. M. 4 St. 1'.,
U. A St. Jo., pfd.. CM. A St. P..B. 122,
fct.i'., ii. x in., u.i;-.
Bt v. 4 umant,
lexus racinf), vl
Vnion Paoiflo, 54 i.
U. S. Expreaa, 634.
V..St. L. A P.. IP
W.,8t. Jj. A r.,p., 30.
Houston A T., ?3.
Illinois Cen., 138.
lnd.,B. A W..13!i.
Kanaas A T., 31.
Lake E. A W., 7M.
Lake Shore, 85.
Lou. A si. A., 4K.
W.AF. Ex.. 124,
M. A C. 8rst pld-, .W. U. Tel., 6V.
M. AO. pfd., . Colorado Coal. 23.
Mom. A Char., SO. Honestuke, 21.
Mich. Cen., 74. Irot Silver, 210.
M., L. S.A W.,65. Oni.rio, 2.
M.,L.S.4W.,pfd.TOX.Qui kailver, 5.
Min. A St. L., 2llH. Qui kailver.pfd, 23,
Min. A M. L.pfd,44'4.Bou h Pacifio, .
Miaaouri Pacific, 106)t,Sulro. 11.
Mobile A Ohio, 14.
London, July 14. 5 p. m. Bonds-
United States 4s, 128J ; United flutes
4.1s, 114. Bar silver is quoted at
43 l;Mud per ounce.
Boston, Mass., July 14. Exchanges,
$ia,3a5,L'47 ; balances, Sl,71-',584.
New York, July; 14. Exchanges,
jS(i,iUL',uiiU; balances, J3,958,00l.
Chicago, III., July 14. Associated
rjans clearings toaay were is.Vo.'.ouu.
Baltimorb, Md ,lulv 14. Bmk
clearing', $2,182,237; l alances, $470,'
Philadelphia, Pa., July 14. Bank
clea'ings, $3,940,073; balances, $1,-
St. Loins, Mo., July 1 1. Bank clear
ings, 12,713,870; balaaces, 1598,140.
Exchange on New York steady at par.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and close! steady; niid
dinig, ;tc. bales, U bales, 11 to
Good Ordinary.... 8)
lxw JMiUdling 8j
Good Middling.... 9
Middling tan 10S
Stains, tinges. .......
MnaPHis, July 14, 1886.
Stock Sept 1, 1885 1,392
Received to-day 35
Received previously. ..542,821 544,248
Shipped to-day 190
Home consumption to
date ' 133 -59,613
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and O. R. R
M. & T. R. R
M. & L. R. R. R
K. C, S. and M. R. R
M., S. & B. R. R
Wagons and other sources.
Thus far this week 2,612
Thus far last week 2,424
Since September 1st 529,478
L. and N. R. R .
New York spots opened quiet and
nominal and closed dull and easy.
Sales, 216 bales. Quotations as follows:
Ordinary 6 1510
Good ordinary. 8 5-16
Low middling. 9J
Middling 9 916
Fair 11 j
New York futures
DAILY PORT AWD INTlRIOg MABKIT8.
Rec. i Prices
N Orleans, quiet.
arret on quiet,
New York dull
St. Louis... eteady
Receipts at ports, tow day, is.stj,
xwccipw at poria, mis day, issd.
52S 9 9-16
R'ts U. S.
p'rts 5 d'ys
tx. Ur. Bri
R'ts Sept. 1
"ill ; Ji
Increase of receipta this year.. ..622,744
At noon: Liverpool spots were quiet,
fair demand. Sales, 10,000 bales, of
nuiuu niuenran nutl bales. Ko-
ceipts, 5000 bales, of which American
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4 7-16d; good ordinary.
4Jd; low middling' 5J; good
middling, 5 9-16d; middling uplands,
5 5-ld ; middling Orleans, 5 jd.
77 prices art given in pence and 64iw,
tfiuA- 4 63 meant 4 63 64tf: and ft 01
mean 5 l-64f.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
quiet;, July, 5 155 ltid; July-Au-Bust,
5 15d: Aueust-Sontf mlmr. fi tutti
5 15d ; Septembsr-Oclober, ; Ooto-
ber-November. ; November-December,
5 05d; December-January,
; January February, 5 (Kid; Sep
tember, 5 15d. "
At 2 p.m.: Livenmol ftitn
dull; July, 5 15d buyers; JulyAu
gust, 5 Kid sellers: Austint-Snnti
5 15d eollers ; September October, 5 lid
buyers; October-November, 5 OOd
buyers; November-December, 5 05d
buyers ; December-January, 5 05d buy
ers; Jamiary-tebtuary. 5 OOd bnvera:
Sejitembcr, 5 15d buyers.
Ai p.m: Liverpool futures weie
pasy; July,5 15d sellers; July-August,
5 15d sellers; August-September,5 14d
buyers; September-October, 5 lid
Hellers: Ottober-Novemhfir. fi (MM
sellers; November-December, 6 05d
sellers; December-January, 5 05d sell
ers; January- aoniary, 5 OOd selleis;
September, 5 15d snllcrs.
Corn White. 4Gc: mixed. 45n. from
store; from levee or depot, white, 39lc;
mixed, 3Sc; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42cj ; mixed, 41c.
hay tihoice, from store, 7580a;
pnme,0c; prairie,50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $12riiU2 60;
prime, $1112; prairie, $7(a7 50.
Oats White. 39c: mixfid. 37c.
from store ; round lots from levee on
track white, sacked. 3r,;ii:!(l.i: mixnd.
iiBAN r rom store. GoOc Dsr cwt.:
round lots from levee, $10 25 per ton.
13KANS ftaw. II 75roi2: mndhim.
Jl 50; Gormnii millet, 1 Miil 40.
Cornmkal Standard. J2 30: nnarl.
$3 253 50 from store, 5c cheaper from
mm, levee or iraca.
Kick Louisiana. 4J(nlGc: Carolina.
Oatmbal In half-barrBla. S3ffi3 25
Floor From strra. trinln nitra.
j -o; iamuy, i; cnoice. 4 25; fancy,
$4 50; extra fancy, $4 75; patents,
$5 255 50;in car loto. trible extra.
nominal; family, $3 35(513 50; choice
a wigs w; lancy, 054 15; extrs
lancy, J4 30(a)4 6U; patents, $5foJ5 13
Ubackbd Wheat In hulf.lmrrplK,
$4 25 from store.
UOMINY AND Grits From ntrvm
J 10(9J ZO.
(Jbacksrs Soda, extra. 4c: sods.
treble extra, 4Jc; lemon cracken,
extra, 7c; lemon cream cracken,
treble extra, 7 Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; singer snaps, treble extra. 6c: as
sorted fumbles, 9c.
Kansas City. Mo.. Julv 14. Wheat
lower; No. 2, red, cash, 61Jc hid, 62c
asked; August, 62Jc bid, 63b asked;
September, 63c bid, 63c asked. Cora
higher; No. 2 cash, 3Qlo asked; Au
gust, 32c ; September, 33333 c. Oats
nominal ; cash, 24 Jc bid. i
New Orlians. La.. July I I Flow
dull, weak and lower; choice. $3 70
3 90; fancy, $44 20: extra fancv.
$4 304 60; Minnesota and winter
wheat patents, $4 704 90. Cora
firmer; mixed, 44l5c. Corninsal
29Jc; September, 2iJ30c,c:oeed 20Jc.
Rye quiet; No. 2, 66c. Barley anirt:
fcepUinber, GSfK'. Flaxseed scarce ;
No. 1, $1 104. Receipta Flour, 12,000
brls; wheat, 48,000 bu; corn, 525,000
ou; oats, las.uuu bu; rye, 2000 bu;
barly, 1000 bu. Sbipmenta Flour,
10,000 brls; wheat, 29.000 bu: corn.
351,000 bu; oats, 27,000 bn; rye,, 1000
uu ; oiney, none.
Bottrr Creamery, 2J(j,i23c; dairy,
Hoq Paoni-cTS Mes pork, fll 60;
sugar cureu nams, llj(;vl21f; bak-
fast bacon, 8J(.jl0c; clear aids pnrk,
77Jc; clear rib side pork, fciWiijc;
mug ciear pora, ojyjoc; porx shoul
ders, blc. liacon Ulear rib sidn.
7i(.i)7c. Lard Tierces, 6J5.6ic; half-
narreis, oiwc; aegs, tijc; pai's,
i j'vo)ic ; nan-pans, i (.n, gc ; 50 lb tins,
6c; 20-lb tms, 6J(7c; 101b tins,
7i71c; 5-lb lins, 7jc; 3-lb tins,
7J07JC; choice kettle, tierces, 88Jc.
r khh do xats ii o. i Deei, jc; Mut
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
St. Louis, Mo., July 14. Provisions
uirly ictive and generally firm. Pork
steady, $10 50. Lard a shade eas'er,
$6 30. Bulk meats tirm ; loose lots
long clear, $6 30; short ribs. $0 40:
short clear, $0 45; boxtd lots strong;
long ciear, u mi; snort ribs, o ro
short clear, JG U2j. liu n very strong
ana 10w)2ic niRlier; long clear, f7(;')
7 05; short ribs, $7 07.t(.i 7 10: short
clear, $7 207 25. Hnuie, lll:Mi
Butter steady; crfnmorv. 15(.iM0c
dauy, iu(o)ioc. J-.ggs easy, a:.
Chicaoo, III., July I I. Mess pork
moderately active and tinner; cash.
$ 9U(';.9 m; August. 9 b'M'.i 9i
closed at S9 90fa!) 921 ; Sepieiuber,
J9 9oQi)lO iu, closed at sioraiio 021.
Lard opened eaty, but rallied 5(ft74o
and closed steady ; cash, $6 55(ii.iiii0;
August, Jit lilid' O (w j, c.fHfld at $0 621 ;
September, $6 70 6 774, closed at
$6 72J(S6 75. Short rib sides strady;
cash, $6 30. Hoxed iuHtn steady ;
dry salted shoulders,? 5 !H)(o)(i ; short
clear sidep, $0 70(ii0 75. Oa the Pio-
duce Exchange butter ruled firm:
creamery, 1316Jc; dairy, 10lljc.
900 to 1050 pounds, Lone; good,
none; choice grans fed, 3j(53jc;
good, 3(3ioJc; fair to medium, 21(3)
21c; common, 1J(Si2o.
Hogs Choice, 3J(i4c; good, 3
3Jc; common, 3(a3Jo.
SaEKp-Choico,Si(?.'5jc; medium, 2J
(33c; common, $1(1 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 5c.
Kansas City.Mo., July .14 The Live
Stock Judicata reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 2049 hi ad; shipments, 1638.
market slow and weak ; good to choice
$4 204 60; common to medium, $360
(a4 15; stockeis, 2 VKXi 25; tedders,
$3 30t63 75; rows, $2(.iKl 25. Hojs
Receipte, 11,283 heed ; shipments, 1727
head; choice heavy steady; others 5a
lower; xood to choice 4 65(i)4 75;
common to medium, $4 30(14 0
Sheep Receipts, 96 bead ; shipments,
none:? matket quiet; good tochcioe,
$2503; common to medium, $1 60(j
Chicago, III . July 14. Tha I)rnr
Journal repoita: Cattle Rflwiinm
10,:X) head; shipments. 3000 head:
market weak and 15c lower; shippine
sieers, i.ou lOJOOU lt, fl 40015 15;
1200 to 1350 ll's, $44 (H); 950 to 1200
lbs, $3 (5(ii4 25; stockets and fefilnrH
J 2ii(i2 hi); cows, bulls and mixed
$1 503 75; bulk, $2 25(o2 75; lop ltd
stei'M, $4 5lK,M90: ttiroinrb Texas
cattle, nearly 4000 herd received;
lower; common, $1 50(5!.".: irood. J3(Vrt
j ii 13 . -. . .
i nuipt rbHeeuns, i.inm nnau
$2 WaK W
30. Other articles un-
and closed quiet and steady. Sale,
76,000 bales. The closing quotations
were as iotiows :
Julr (5) 9.41 9.42
August 9.45(5) 946 9.45(4 9.4(1
September... 9.3! 9.40 9.38
October 9.28 9.28 9.27 9.28
November... 9.28 9.29 9.27 asked
December ...9 30 9.31 9.28 9.29
January 9 39 9 40 9.38 9.39
February 9.49,4 9..K) 9.47 9.48
March 9.f8 9.511 9.57(.i 9.58
April 9.67 9.68 9.66 9.67
May 9.77(5) 9.78 9 75rS 9.7G
The New Orleans BDOt market opened
auu and cio;ed easy; middling, 9
16c. Sales, 400 bales.. Quotations were
Ordinary 7j 7j
Good ordinary 81 8i
Low middling.. ,. 8 11-16 8 11-10
Middling ...9 3-16 9 3-16
Good middling 9 15-16 9 15-16
The New Orleans future market
opened barely steady, and closed
8t"sdy. Sales, 16,800 bales. Quota
tions were as follows:
July 9.14 9.16
August 9.17 9.18
October 8.86 8.87
November ..8.82 8 83
December 8. 86 8.87
January 8.96 8.97
February ...9.07 9 09
March 9.16 9.20
April ...9.30 9.31
May 9.40 9.42
June 9.51 9.53
9.C6(d 9 07
8 85 8 86
Mo., July 14. Flour
$2 403 60; family,
choice. S3 25(5)3 4l):
fancy.f i 653 75; extra fancy. 13 851
(ajiiu; pateui, 4 so. wheat
weak and lower; the market opened
unsettled at a declino of 1(5) 2c. but
strengthened on unfavorable crop
news, only to fall off again J8c; the
final prices were 2lc lower thin
yestorday; No. 2 red, cash, 78c;
Auaust. 79l801c. cloeinn at 79c:
September, 81i82Jc, closing at 81jc.
CorrPaotive, but weak and lower; the
market opsned igc lower, but sdou
rallied and advanced 6:i! on good
closed Jic lower than yesterday; No.
2 mixed, cash, S4jc; August, 35J3Gc,
closing at 35c; September, 36J
371c, close! at 37c. Oats dull and
irrfgular, but generally lower: No.2
mixed, caib, 33jcj August, 27c bid;
September, 28jc. Rye steady, 54c,
Hayqniet; prairie, $47; timothy, $8.
11. Flaxieed firm,fl 02. Bran steady,!
45c. Corni leal strong, $2 15. Receipts
Flour. JO brls : wheat. 131.000 bu :
com, 12,001 bu; oata, 14,000 bu; rye,
none; barley, none. Shipments
Flour, 600" brls; wheat, none; corn,
41,000 bu ; oats, 3000 bu ; rye and bar
Chicaoc , III., July 14. The feeling
was easier in wheat today and prices
ruled aid closed lower. The
Cfbles were eauer and quoted
wheat d ill. The quantity of
wheat on ocean passage shewed a
decrease f somewhat more than
1,000,000 l ishels during the week.
The report' of rain and the prospect
of still larg r receipts at winter wheat
markets ad led to the general feeling
of weaknea . Ths feeling in corn was
weaker in p empathy with wheat and
closed sligb ly lower. Oats ruled firm
early but r. ceded and closed easy.
FJour qniei snd steady; Southern
winter whei flour, $4 154 50; Wis
consin, $:H')4 15; Michigan, $4
4 50; soft spring whea $3 504"10;
MiBnesota bakers, $3 5U4 10; patent,
$4 40t 80; low grades, tl7502 75;
rye flour, $.;353 60. Wheat "fairly
active and lower, closing ic
under yesterday; sales raneed:
July, 77178,c, closed 77Jc; August,
79H01c. closed 79Jc; September, 80J
82jc, closed mijc; jno. 2 spring, 77c.
Corn fairly active and easier ; cash,
37Jc; July, 37J37jc, closed 37 jc;
August, 38i38jc, closed 381c j Sep
tember. 391(5)40C, closed 39 9-Kic.
Oats quiet; cash, 29 Jc; July, 29j30c,
closed 29Jc; August, 292igc, closed I
Uj(niuic; prime kio, J(ijllc; choice
to lancy, Hi(i2c; old government,
z-nazoc; cjeyion, 200.
hoAP 3(5o per pound.
Sugar Pure white, 6 jc; off white.
bc; yellow, UlMbSc: ouen kettle.51(5i
c; renned A, tlc; granulated, 7(4
jo; powaereo, e; cut loat, 77ic,
Salt $125 per barrel: sacks, fine.
i wwu ou; coarss, i i;(h 2d; pock
ets, bleached, 2JC7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, be cheaper.
candiks Sticks, all sizes, in boxes.
pans and barrels, i JWMic.
Uandlks tull weight. 10c.
Oannkd Goods, Etc. Priies per doz
en : I'menpples, 1 350rtl 6-5 ; peaches.
lh, standard, $1 351 65: seconds.
JI 101 15; tomatoes, 21b, etandard,
ji 2o(..t)i o.'j;H-in, l loQgl 31); straw
berries, $1 351 40; rapberrien,
SI 15(41 25; blackberries l(5i
1 15; (ireengages, $1 60l 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 00
iO; BRparaiiUB. S2 60('i:4: crreen corn.
fll 35; green peas, $1 551(5; cove
oysters, lull wwisbt, J-lb. irlcll 10:
cove oyBters, full weight, 2-)b, $1 75
i si) ; cove oysters, light weight. 1-lb.
6r; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lh,
fl; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Molarhks Louisiana, common to
frir, 203Dc; prime to choice, 3040c ;
srrup, 2040c; common to fair, 2000
25c ; prime to choice, 3033c : centrif
ugal, lancy, 32(234c.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 25
mk; otnor grades and styles, 358ro.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case:
Ralph's, $10 25 per case ; R. R., $9 60.
Nkw York, July 14. Coffee spot
fair Kio dull and easy, Dec: sales. 17.-
000 bags ; options opened weaker, but
Closed nrm; July, Tm'a 7.70c; Au
gust, 7.70c; Sep'ember, 7.75c; October
and November, 7.80c ; December, 7.80
(5j7 85c; January, 7.85c; February,
7.90c. Sugar quiet. Molasses dull;
ou- lest, isjc. itice steady.
shipments, 5000 head; market active
goon nogs oo nigner; rough am!
mixed, $4 GOO'Vi 80: liackimr and
shipping, 2,0 nud 310 lbs, f 4 SOf.eS
light weights. J4 .0(ilt 95: tkiiP
tJ 2S4 30. Sheep Receipts, 3.500
head; shipments. 5(K) head: mark
fet-ady; natives, $24 40; Western
$33 ,5; Texiius, $2(.i; lambs,
per head, $1 25(514.
Coal Oil Prime white. whnleHAln
lots, 11c per gallon.
Ct.RVKi,ANi),().,July 14. Petroleum
s. w., 110", 7Jo.
riTTsiiURO. Pa.. July 14. Petrolenm
fairly active and s'rotiuer: opened at
dOAC anu at i o cioi-a p.m. (idle was
bid; highett, (itijc; lowest, 65Jc.
NKW YORK lilt Y UWOItN HARHKT,
New York. Ju'v 14. KlannelH and
blanketi have been in large demand
and good sales. Profs go ids and soft
wool mom's in steady and wide dehv
ery. Staple c.ttocs did well in deliv
ery, but new businees moderate bs
canse of scanty stock. Colored cottons
did wed. The tone of the market is
strong and tendency upward.
To all who araiulTorlng from the err on an
indioretioni of youth nervoua woaknam,
arly decay, lou of manbood, eto., I will
end a recipe that will ours you, FIIKH OS
CUARUK. Thil great remedy wai dlioover
d by a mlmionary In South America. Send
elf-addroaied envelope to the Kev, JonirB
T. Ikvii, Station I). W-m V
"P fTTI C r-H
.sts&ss-g' 5 s b
APPLK8 Lined apples, Z(3c per
pnnni irom store. Dried peaches, 3
31 from store,
Vixj etabi.es Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 502 00 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 75(33 per crate.
GarBc, 4000c per 100. Turnips, 60c
Fidit Oranges, Louisiana, none ;
California, $7. Lemons, ' $67 per
box. Bananas, $1 50(32 50 per bunch.
Cocoanuts, $6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7c; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Picklkh In iars, pints, f)5c; Quarts
$1 50; half-gallojis, fi 75; gallons
$3 75 ;loose, barrels, $ K; half-barrels.
$3 IP; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mixed,
haM karrels, SO.
Raisins London layors, 3 40; lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Potatoes New, $1 25.
Pkcani Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014o for large; Arkansas,
vValnots French, 12c; Naplea,15c
Grenobles. 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Oidki New York, $ii 50 per barrel
and $350 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 12)
15c per gallon.
Poultry Chickens, $1 252 25;
old bans, $? 252 60.
Game Game fish, ll12c,
Ecios Quiet at 8Jc.
F.bh Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 50(S)5; No.2, $3 25(3 60; No. 3,
$2?53; 10-lb kit, No. 1,80c; No.2,
70; 16-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
family, 30c per box.
COTTON BEKD IIIL, ETC.
' Kekd Delivered at depot and wharf,
i$8 per ton ; wagon at mills, $8.
i Oar-lond lots. Prime crude C. IS.
oil, 22(ii)22Jc; ofl crude, 1618c;
prime summer yellow 0. H. Oil, 30c;
ifl summer yellow C, S. oil, 252ti;;
Miner's summer yellow O. B. oil, 28
Mc; Choice cooking summer yellow,
2)30c; prime cotton seed meal, (f. o.
b.) $13 75(14.
' Less than car-load lots. Prime
simmer yellow O. N. oil, 2830c;
cioice cooking summer yellow, 30
HIDEft ADD TALLOW.
Kidks Dry flint, 12J(3)15c; dry
salt 10(3)12c; green salt, ()J8e; green,
b&Ac; deerskiriS, 15('j)17o. Beeswax,
'OdgBlcj UUlow, 3W3C.
BAUUINU ANk TIES, ETO.
Bajoino Flag,7Jmc. Ties, $110
N a us 12 252 50.
WHISK T, WINEM, LKICORN, ETC.
Wiiiwy Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 60(31; rye, $1 75fl; domes
tic, 90c(i$l 60.
St. Lottis, Mo., July It Whisky
steady at 11 07. ,
Chicago III., July H. Whisky
steady at $i 12. ;
Cucinnaw, O., July 14l Whisky
quiet at $H0;f Sales of 626 parrels of
finished goodr on this bssis.i
LIVE STOCK, t
Cattlh Choice to extra, ;corn fed
: no a m
c . P W
" t.. kb m g B a o.
S a n ?Z u
MI'S s S O 4
O 7 i - 1
Ci P 7 a
JOHN HANDLE & CO.. Agents.
r. Cochran. . niim.iT fray kr.
COCHRAN & FRAYSER.
Owners anil Proprietor,
On Horn Lake Itootl, 8 Miles from Ctf
SUFFICIENT riwturage for S0O haa
took. Charnai from SI Ml to it
month, acoordlnir to care and kind of att
uniiio. tli.ifK, entile, oalvoa, l beep and
lamle for aala. Partien deilrlng iaiturars
ior hock, or to purcnaia or sell itocK, will
W. H. JACKSON, Agent, on the Place.
. Telniihone SSI or ItVi.
Arkanm City Kati Adams, 5 p.m.
Vicksburg An usai Citr, 8 p. in
TiptoDTill Gatho, S p.m.
Cincinnati..... Uraitk Stati, 5 p.m,
Friara Point Jamis Lh, S p.m.
Oiceola Coahoma, S p.m.
ii ATI' HI) AY.
n hit Kivar Frudpir H()bin8oh,5 p.m
n hits Klver Ai.bihta No. 3, ft p.m
HOVEMKMM AT THB LKVLR
.-ImWji Annie P.ilver, St. Louis,
Veparlurff Annie 1. Silver, New
tirlennsj James Loe, triers Point
Chickasaw, White river; Ccahoma
Hoatt Dim Down. Oayoso, Granite
state and Arkansas City.
litxitt Due fi). Kate Adams.
James Lee 4 hales cotton, 88 sks
seed and li t sundries.
Th Alberta No. 3. Cant. A. K
Smith, goes to White river SiUulay
Tub Lee Line packets tomorrow
evening are Jauux Lee for Friars
1'oint, and Coahoma for Osceola.
Tii a (iayoso, Cspt. W. P. Hall, is the
pcket thil evening at 6 o'clock for
Hales Point, Tiptonviile and all
way points. P.. O. Mitchell is iu her
Tim Arkansas Citv, Capt. II. W,
RrolKHki, Is the Anchor Lino pack tit
this evening at ti o'clock for Vicksburg
ana trie uauiis. w. 11. I'ritchurtt is
Tub Milt Hurry line steamer, Fred
die ltobinson, Capt. Milt K. Harry, Is
the Saturday packet for all points on
White and Ulack livers. Albert Mo
Ciheo has charge of her ollire.
Tub Kate Adams, Capt. Mark I
Cheek, is the United States mail
packet this evening at 6 o'clock for
Helena, Arkansas City and all way
landiliKS. W. C. ltlHtiker has chanre
r.f her olllce, arsisted by Will Lash and
Tub Granite State, Capt. A. J.
Lindsay, is the packet this evening at
6 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville. Cincin
nati and all way landings on the Ohio
river. Don A, Marrs has charge of
her olllce. The (imnite State will
givo cheap rates lo all point North
Wkathkb clear and cooler.
Not a picket in port at dark last
Tub Lee Lins peckuls were in and
out on time ycaterJay.
Tub Cliickaaw cleared on time hut
evening for Whits river.
Kecbii-ts by river yesterday 4 bales
couon ami s sucks icstl.
Tub Granite State will be found in
port this niornlnir and leavts airain
this evening at 5 o'clock for all points
on ma onio uver.
Memphis & Cincinnati Fkt Cew
FOB DATS OMLT
Hot keje State, Ohio & Jas. W. Bft
T TJI tCompanr will sail ROUND TPO
iilhhra from alemphii U LouiirUla,
Cincinnati, and all Kaitern Citie,
tre:itl; KeJuoed Ratal.
a- Tickeu includa Meali and Stata-rooaia;
pelurn ti,-Ket 0d on anr boat In the ha a.
aaoh boat carrier a Fina Hiring Baad.
BOATS LEAVE MEMP11U
Mondays and Thursdays at S P.M.
For Information Inqnira of C. B. R13
ShLL, Agent, 11 Madinon itreet, Mamphii.
Tnn- R. W. WISE, Sap't
",'!" w Orlrftoa Awraar
I.luei-1. . Mi.F01; VICK.SDURii.
Arkansas City, y-m,
S.i1 .V ''iv,'or Till tUSUAY.Jair
1Mb, at p.m. tor freight or im-ajre apply
O. I.. IIiii, Pii.b A'rt. AH si'oRM. A't-
la. Ilalea Point, Caruthererilla.
w n ii..t I ... .
" "" naier i u. u. nionall .. oleri
"'"vo, and al wn point.
KVKRV MON HAY and TI11IKSIJA III
p.m. Fnrlmight or pnitiie appljron h.'rl
mphla.rriani Point nml nriaptlM
For Helena, Ulanilale, FrMrmPokrt and aal
Way Landing titaamar
alamos l4ee, r-Pt
n. Ooooar. manUir.. J. W
Will laara ai abora on arerj MONDAY.
WK1)JCUAV and FRIDAY, at 6 s alvck.
For Kandolph, Fnlton, Oioaola and Waf
I. T. Claiir.tt . m..li-1 Pl.tt Hh.... k
Leave! ever MllNIICV. W VII V v.-u i 4
andFHIDAYato p.m. The boau f ula
una raaarra the right to put all ladiif
thaoaplaln mayiteem unsafe. Office, Si. i
ma.ll.nn . .IAMKS I.FK. .la. . Sbp'I.
Arkansas Hivcr Fk't'Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
K. B. Huitth....maiter. -afevM,.,.MJ
aavai Menu hit Kverj Ty KSHAV, at f p.ai
II. C. I.OWK. A..nt.
No. Madlinn t. Telephone No. M.
HI VI lit ANI WKAI'IIKIC.
Okkick Sional Skiivu k, U, S. A.,
Mkmi'his, July 11, 1 p.m.
Tho following observations aro htken
at all stations tiBined at 76 meridian
line, which is ono hour faster than
Pa veil port
M. I xm is
I Rise Fall
Feet, lfiths luths IOtlis
lli 8 :i
U 4 VI
II 2 2
1 5 2
3 11 2
22 (I 8
4 3 2
11 8 2
0 9 2
1(1 8 4
8 7 10
10 5 4
10 3 4
11- 7 1
3 6 1
1 3 1
211 0 11
S II It 11 t
Iknnirr 1,1 ne Feet and tnthi of fnnt
bove toro of rim go i
Now OrlennK, 13.2.
certnin t lint
-C "tha Hunan"
O will provo catlsfactoir to
ery pcntloman who wonts a
g prfHct ortlrle. We nro puttinff
manufacture of those hocBt tlio roculU of 33
Z ycoae experience end ettuly, of what will
p.euso. ffivo rrjm.tort a-id ,wr
'-Z fuitlilully. Try tlitr.i.
X ilckr hue
a-On account of other engagement! re
quiring my entire perional attantiob, I hare
concluded to quit the mercantile part ol mr
builnen, and now offer my entire itock of
tor tula. Will rant or leane to purchaser, If
dei I red, m two-itorj iron-front building,
containing itock, oa reainnabla tarma. Any
one wlihing to go Into builnen canTiecurs a
bargain by oalllns on UKO. LAKK,
JulyS, lWd. ORENADA, MISS.
aim. 4it foet.
I,a Cronaa, 'IA.
Little Itock. 1.
Mt. I.oui, :I2.
Kvanhvii.i.k, Ind,, July M. Noon
Klver lulling, witti 11 feet u Inches on
PiTTSBUHd, July 14. Noon River 4
feet 2 inches on the gauge and rising.
Weather cloudy and warm.
Whkklino.W.Va., July I I. Noon
River 2 feet 4 inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather cloudy and
Cincinnati, July M. Noon Klver
13 feet 5 Indies on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy; thermometer,
80. Arrivi'd: Unckeye Mate, Mem
phis, last night,
Louisvili.i, July I I. Noon River
lising slowly, with (I feet 7 inches in
the canal and I feet 5 inches on the
fulls. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Caiiio, July 1 1. Noon Ri ver 20 feet
!) Inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
llonz, New Orleans, 11 p.m.; Granite
State, Cincinnati, 1 a.m.; Harry
Brown, Memphis, 8 a.m.; City of
Natchez, New Orleans, 8 a.m. j Ohio,
Memphis, !) a.m.; Jos Walton, St.
Louis, 1 1 a.m. Departed: Hoaz, Louis
ville, midnight; (iranite State, Mem
phis, 8 a.m.; City of Natchez, St.
Louis, 8 a.m.; Ohio, Cincinnati, 10
A DrugglMt'a Nfory.
Mr. Isaac (!. Chapman, drnggist,
Newbnrg, N. Y., writes us: "I have
for the past ten years sold several
gross of Dr. William Hall's Balsa'n for
the Lungs. I can sav of it what I
cannot say of any other medicine, I
have never heard a customer speak of
it but to praise its virtues in the high
est manner. I have recommended it
in a great many cases of whooping
cough, with the happiest effects. I
have used it in my own family for
many years; in fact, always have a
bottle in the medicine closet ready for
Electric Belt Free
rpo Introduce It and obtain acenta we will
X for the next aixtr dayi give away, free
of charge, In each county in the II. 8. a lim
ited nuuihernl our uennaa ElMitro'Mai
vanlo Napfnaory Helta. Price K: a
poiitive and unfailing oura for Nervona De
bility, Varicocele, hrainlone, Impotency,
ate. iW.Ui Reward paid if eTery Belt we
manulactura doea not generate a genuine
eleotrio current, ddreaa at onoe KLKG
TRI0 BKLT AOKNCK, P. 0. ,Boi KV
Itrooklyo, N- I.
MpmphiM& White Hirer PktCo
ror 'lnrriiln, Itevalla It In IT. Doc
Arc, Auguala, heurcy, Newport, Jacatoa
port, HaleKvllle and all Way Landing!.
nth. riiiiuiatH ' .A
R. C. I'ontnl E-T" JffTj
Will leave EVHRV WKIJN KUUAV al b v.T.
NTH. AMIKHTA N4t S, . .
II..., 11 s:...i,i. ........ ."
Albert 1). .Smith
niiiieiife ivnu oa 1 tmi'A I at n p.m.
Througli rnlm given to nil poind. Freight
consigned to Iho Meuiphia and White River
Packet On., at Mompuin or Terrene, will ba
forwiirded prnmiitly. For Honnrul informa
tion apply nt ollli-n, No. 4 Mndiiion t., orl
full Telephone VJ. II. C I.OWK, Ag't.
FOIl WHITE ItlVER,
MII.T 1 1 HltY'N
iM EM I'll IS Si WHITE 1C1VEK I"K'!
Freddie Robinson, rvtHZL.
M. K. Harry m.nlor.
For Helena, Terrene, l)e Valla lil u ft. Pel Are,
Augimta, Hoiircy, Newport ami Uateariila.
Will leave an above SATURDAY at ft p.m.
Through rata to all nolnta. Freliht con
igned to Milt Harry Line, Memphii, will bf
promptly forwarded. P.P. 1'KASK.
The St. Francis Klver Transuortatloa
Co.'i Vina ttide-W heel U. B. Mall bUamef
O. K. Joplln maater,
HI 1.1, 1KAVK M KMC 11 lfi KTKMV
at 5 o'clock, for Marianne, the Cnt-Off. as
Intermediate landingaon Ht. granoli river.
The oaptain reiervee tha right to pan al
lanuinga nedeeini unnale. jab. LKK, Jr..
Hnoerlntenilent. Office. No, 4 Madinon at.
Memphis and Vicksburg Packet Com
pany U.S.Mall Line.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkan
lai City The elegant panenger iteamer
n. t;neei...maaur iit.u. mauler..
EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY, at S
D.m..raaarTlna thariaht to naaa all landing
thecaptala may deem omale. For general
Information apply at offlca, No, 4 Madlioa
treet, K. WALWORTH, Agent.
JOHN OA RR, Paaa'r A rent. Telephone W.
ACID IRON EARTH
la an aqueona anlnilon of tha eel
tiblo matter In a mineral rartta
found In ( horlaw ronnly, Ala..
near the famoue tJladon mineral
prlna. Tula railh hail great lom
aktl celebrity aa llogpra' Karih,"
from the name ol the dlacovrrer
of the bed or mine, now owned by
the Arid Iron l.arlh ( ompaay, of
I'or tryaprpala,all derana;ementa
of the Migrative Orgnue and, tha
l.lvr, Skin lllaeaaea, t ula, llilrne,
Nralda and Hrulaea, At'lD IIIWX
DAIIIII la a apeclllc. Jthcuina
tiam and other rhronlc dlanaea
yield to It rurailve power wvltti
out tall. !
Entirely Ira from Alcohol or any drug what
ver, ACID IRON EARTH folly deterves tha
words embraced In lis Irademark, "NATURE'S
PWN REMEDY," See free pamphlet, to ba
bad of all Drugglili.
A MWhoIeaaljiy'aB ''o.
Circuit Court of Shelby county, Tenneiio
Klnle Moody v. Williain Moudy.
It appearing to the Court lhat on the Sth
day of March, IM, the petitioner, Elsia
Moody, tiled her petition in thil Court
against the laid W illiam Moody: and that
on tha nth day of March, IKHti, a lub-
Jienato annwer wan litued against aaid do
eniant by the Clerk ol thin Court requiring
him to appear in the came and make de
lene, which wan placed In tha bands of tha
Sheriff of Shelby ciunty and b him re
turned March It', IMOi, defendant not to ba
found in hii county: and thereupon on tha
5th day of April, 1HW, an aliaa lummoai
wa lnued coniuiunding the Sheriff to sum
mon said defendant to appear in the causa
on the third .Monday in May, li. to answer
the petition of the said Kliie Moody, and the
Sheriff, having made return on the 17th of
May, lSHrt, that a'ter diligent search made
the defendant, Williain Moody, wai not td
be found in hii county:
It Is therefore ordered, adjudged and de
creed, That publication onoa a week, for
lour consecutive weeks, be made in the Mem
phii Appeal, a newipaper published In Shel
by oountv. requiring the laid William Moody
to personally be and appear In this cause oa
thethird Monday In September neit.then and
thereto answer the petition of tha laid hlsie
Moodi.or tha lama will ba taken aa con
fessed end tha caute will be tried ox parte.
A oopy attest: JOSBPU I IIL, Clerk.
Ity ileo. J. Campbell. Decnty Clerk.
Jauiei Uallagher, Alt'y for pl'ff- ta