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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--.THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1SSG.
F1JAKE 1XD COMMERCE.
aroxEr 8 per cent., new tore
EXCHANGE 14 PREMIUM.
Cotton Steady Mitldllug, 9 1 4c
tiles rterdaT, 850
Money in fair demand at S per cent.
Local Eecariiiej dull.
The cotton market closed steady,
middling 9',c. Sales 350 bales.
At New Yorkyeatsrday spo's closed
firm; middling, 9c.
A leading New York cotton circular
Bays of the future market: "The de
mand was more spirited today, and
the market gained 5G points, with a
firm tone preserved up to the close.
An absence of sellers and the growing
fear of a deal in August eimi'ar to the
one accomplished on July contracts
appeared to alarm the shorts and
created the demand, which was almost
wholly to cover."
At New Orleans f pota were steady,
middling, 9 310c; futures quiet and
steady, July 9 L'09.22c.
At Liverpool spots were quiet and
unchanged, middling 5d; futures
eteidy, July 5I4J. There are no
features of cote in the general market ;
the usual sammor dullness prevails.
Three handre-1 and fifty rla bugsing,
80 pkj3 bacon, 1 pkg boots and shoes,
t52 Bks cotton BEetl, EOO bdls cotton
ties. 2 pkgs dry goodp, 1 pkg egjtc, 530
brls flour, 1(124 bales hy, 14 hd sheep,
9 hd catt'e, 42,000 ft lumber, 1 pkg
liquors, 125 brls meal, 300 keiis nails.
40 brls sugar, 95 pkgs tobacco and
1000 bu wheat.
The following shows the amount of
r'n received, withdrawn and in store
regular elevators, aa reported to
tile Merchants' Exchange today:
Corn received, 2912 bu; withdrawn,
5084 bu ; in store, 6959 bu. Oats re
received, 2(i92 bu ; withdrawn, 336 bu ;
in store, 2912 bu. Wheat received,
none; withdrawn, 447 bu; in store,
JOIIIV Ja. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
ahckican tor r OX.
Oil. TRUST CERTIFICATES.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing House report is as fol
TTT-M 1 T.-l f)1 l pni no.
Hcuuesuuy, uuiyin', ;noi ,ua ,
thus far this week, f 4il,6st 34; same
time last week, 521,i30 20; tamo time
time in 1885. f l2ii,600; same time in
1S84, 1226,228 2! .
Wednesday, July 21st, $43,259 74;
thns far this Wfek, $10s,110l5; same
time last week, $165 235 62 ; same time
in 1885, $101,62307; same lime in 1884,
New York sight on all points, par
buying, i premium soiling; Now
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, J discount; New
Orleans, i discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Goinmercb"Mi bid, 149 asked
First National 147 bid, 152 asked
Germf.n Bank 192 bid, 196 asked
Btato National 1 15 bid, 148 sskvd
Union end Pianten.iro b'.d, 151 arkod
Mercantile BAnk....l35 bid, 137J afiktid
Blnfl City 100 bid, ... aUd
Hi'rranJu 10'J bid, 105 naked
Home 75 bid, SO asked
Memphis City 102 i bid, 105 naked
People') 821 bid, 86 asked
Phoenix 100 bid, 102 afked
Planters 103 bid, 105 ai ked
Vanderbllt 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington.... 30 bid, ... auked
Factora 20 asked
M. and C. KK. shares..37 bid, ... apked
M.& T. R.R. shrs 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & O. consols, 7s. ..118 bid, ... adked
M. & L. R. lt m. 8s...ltl5 bid, ... aBked
Miss.&T.E.R. cs,A....117 bid, 118 asked
Miss.AT.R.R.cs,B...10(i bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wts. eer. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. eer. E to J..82 bid, 85 aaked
Bhelbv Co. 6a. 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet, 4, 63, 96 bid, 97 asked
Tax. Diet 6s 104 bid, 105 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 98 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil truRtv..31J bid.32J asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.Stor.Com.Co..l00 bid. 102 asked
Mem. Gas stock 78 bid, 82 asked
New York, July 21. Money on call
is easy at 1J2 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper 45. Sterling exchange
dull at 4S5jc for 00 days bills, and
48GJo for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
quiet and itrong today. State bonds
were very dnll, but steady. Railroad
bonds were qniet and generally firm.
Total aales, $1,839,000. The Texas Pa
cific Rics were firet in activity, their
sales footing up $298,000. It was paid
that the representatives of the English
bondholders bad agreed to indorse the
the plan of reorganization formulated
by the Rio Grande committee, and
that Receiver Brown allotted to the
latter 100,000 of receiver's certifi
cates which they had applied for. The
Missouri, Kansas and Texas sixes were
also active, their sales being $240,000,
and are i higher, at 9GJ. Iowa east
ern division sixes are up 3, at 70;
Houston and Texas general sixes 2J,
at 69; Northern Railroad of California
first! are up 3, at 119J; Iron Moun
tain firsts, 1, at 110; Peoria, Decatur
and Evansville incomes 3, at 70; Den-
Tar and Rio Grande weslern firsts are
down 1, at 82, and the at sented bonds
1, at 80; Northern Pacific flreta 1 at 116.
The stock market today, although
recording more business than usual
last week, was yet a traders' market
only. The market today was subject
to fits of activity and strength, or vice
versa. Lake Shore was tbe principal
attraction, and was bought freely by
London, which also purchased Erie
and Union Pacitic. Bull points on
Lake bhore were plentiful last night,
nd it was reported that something
was to be made public favorable to
the stocks. Union Pacifia was strong.
The coal stocks were barely steady,
and Jersey Central weakened in the
morning on the adverse decision of
the New Jersey Court of Appeals, but
recovered later on the report from the
meeting of tbe committee on the Bal
timore and Ohio proposition. The
room traders were of a bullish turn of
mind and material advances were
made toward the close. The opening
this morning was s'.eady, the extreme
differences being an advance) of in
Reading aud a decline of j in New
York and New Eng'aud. The
market was alternately s'.rong
and sc'ive and weak ard dull
throughout the entire day, and differ
ent (tucks at different times led the
market, but a general advance tiok
place in the las' hour an 1 the market
clos? d firm at about the bes: figures of
the dy. The c'o ing riiur.s generally
show advances, Lake Shore being up 1
per cent, and others fractional
amounts. New York and New Eng
lank was jj lower, however, end
several others smaller fractions.
The total salts of stocks today were
232 936 shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 27,841;
Erie, 22,200 ; Kansis and Texas, 21,034 :
Lake Shore, 25,915; Louisville and
Nashville, 6325; North wes'ern, 6250;
New Jersey Central. 8650; New York
Central, 3200; Pac'fio Mail, 5906: St.
Paul, 15,185; Texas and Pacific, 3660;
Western Union, 5230; Union Pacific,
15,989; Northern Pacific, preferred,
3500. Closing quotations;
U. S. 3s, 100. 4s, eoup, ISP.
eoup, 112. Paoifio 6a oi 1B95, 12654.
La. stamps, 4i.77. Miisoorl, 6j, 100.
Tenn. 6s, old, 61 VS. Tonn. 6a, now, 61'.
Cont. Pao. lata, 114J-4". Don. 4 R.U.lsts.l&K.
DenAR.l.W.li.ts,82KErie seconds, 113.
M.K.4T.,aon.6a,9(T!;.North. l'ao. lsts,116.
North. Pao. 2ds,1007.N. Woatern con.. 14ft.
N.Wsat. dob. 5a, 110!4.St.L.S.r'.Oen.M, 114
St. Paul, oon., 131. St.P.,C. 4 P. lsu,120.
T. P- land g-rants,43!i.T.P..K.tl. ex cnu. 68
U. P. lata, llti. Woat Sh.re, 102.
Adama Express, 142. Morria E.,offd M
Allegheny Cen., . Nashville A C, 57.
Alton k T. II., 2S. N. J. Central, 55.
A A T. II., ifd.. ". Nor. A pfd., 4U.
American Ex., 107. Northern Pao.,
B. C. II. k N. 59. Norther" P. pM.,b'. .
Canada Pao., 65. C. A N. 1135.
Canada Sou.. 44'. C. 4 N.W ptd., 1404.
Central Pacific, 4;i'4. N. Y. Central, lCNii -Chesapeake
40., 0 N. Y. C. 4 tit. L., B"B,
C. 4 0., 1st pfd, 15!. N.Y.St.li.4C.P.,20.
C. 4 O., 2d pfd., 10. Ohio Central, .
C. 4 A., 143. Ohio 4 Miaa., 24.
C. 4 A , Pfd., 150. O. 4 MiK., pfd., DO.
C, B. 4 Q., my. Ontario A West.. 19.
C, St. L. 4 N. O.. . Oregon Nn lOS.
C St. L. 4 P., 11. Oregon Trans.. 33.
C, St. L. 4 P, p.,30. Oregon Imp., 1.
C, S. 4 C.,28. PacifloMnl,5B.
C.4 0 ,55. Panama, J8.
Del. 4 Bod., 98. Peoria, DAE., 24
Del.,L. 4 W.,127. Pittaburir.152.
Den. 4 Rio G., 2J. Pullman P. C, 135.
Erie, 3:' a. Reading, i"),
Krie pfd., 77. Kook Island, 12fi.
East Tenn., 5. St. h. 4 S. P., 25.
East Tenn. pfd. 13. Ht. L. 4 S. F.,p.,51.
Fort Wayne, M. St.L.4 S.F..lat p.113
Hannibal 4 St. Jo.,- C. M. 4 St. P., 3'i.
U. 4 St. Jo., pfd., C. M. 4 St.iP.,p.l22.
Harlem, 235. St. P.. M. t M., 112.
Houston 4 1., !i St. P. 4 Omaha, 4tr.
Illinois Uen., M.raui Jtu.iud., iiu.
XI11UU1B lBU . , loo,'.,. nui atv. iiiu., All.
Ind., B. 4 W.. K. Texas Pacifio, 10VS.
Lake E. 4 W., 9. U. S. Express, 63.
Lake 6hore. 86. W St. L. 4 P., 18.
Lou. 4 Nash., 43. W., St. L. 4 P.,p.,30
Lou. 4 N. A., 49. W. 4 F. Kx.. 127.
M. 4 C. first ptd , -.W. U. Tel., 66.
M. 4 0. pfd., . Colorado Conl. 24.
Mom. 4 Char., 36. llomestake, 21.
Mich. Cen., 76. Iron Silver, 200.
M L. S..fc W., 69. Ontario, 2S.
Min. 4 St. L 20. Quicksilvcr.pfd, 28,
Min. 4 St. L. pfd, 4.5. South Pacitio, .
Missouri Pur-iuc.li.Sutre. 11.
Mobile 4 Ohio, 14.
London, Ju'y 21. 5 p. m. Conrols
101 1-16 for both money and the
account. United Stages bonds 4Js,
114J. .The amount of bullion gone
into the Bank of England on balance
tody is 55,C00.
Paris, July 21. Three per cent,
rontee, 821 85a for the account.
Nmv York, July 21. Exchanges,
580,959 9S7; balances, $4,525 300.
St. Locis, Me., July-21. Eank clear
ing?, $2,890,454; balances, $516,992.
Chicago, III., July 21. Associated
bank clearings today were 18,775,000;
Boston, Mass., July 21. Exchanges,
$13,457,408; balances, $1,437,149.
Baltimore, Md., July 21. Bank
clearing?, $2,126,395; balances, $299,
644. Philadelphia, Pa., Ju'y 21. Bank
clearirgj, $10,518,293; balaaces, $1,
415,464. COTTON MARKETS.
Tao local cotton market oponud
etcady, und closed steady; mid
dling, 9Jc. fc'ales, 350 bales, all to epin
Ordinary 7 J 7 J
Good Ordinary.... 81 8
Low Middling 8: 8:j
Jliddlin-r 9 9
(rood Middling.... 9i 9j
Middling Fair lOg lOg
Fair Nom. Nom.
Dusty 6ISJ .f;8i
Stains, tingps 7Jw8; 78J
Mkmphis, July 21, 1S86.
Stock Sept, 1, 1885 1,392
Received to-day 14
Received previously. ..543,634 545,040
Shipped to-day 165
Shipped previously.. ..533,485
Home consumption to
date 135 533,785
Stock running account 11,255
Thus far this week 448
Thus far last week 150
Since September 1st 543,648
M. and C. R. R 4
M. & T. R. R 3
M. &. L. R. R. R 1
L., N. O. & T. R. R 1
Wagons and other sources 5
Thus far this week 2765
Thua far last week 2612
Since September let 633,650
L. and N. R. R 165
New York spots opened quiet, and
closed firm. Sales, 673 bales. Quota
tions aa follows:
Yesterday. , Tuesday.
rdinary 6J 6J
Good ordinary. 8J
Low middling. 9 1-16 9 1-10
Middling 9 9J
Middling fair.10 11-16 10 11-16
Fair 115-16 115-10
New York futures opened quiet
and steady, and closed firm. Sales,
68,400 bales. The cloaing quotations
were aa follows:
July 9.48 9 50 9.41 9.43
August 9.50 9.51 9.44 9.45
September...9.46 9.46 9.39 9.40
October 9.34 9.35 9.29
November...9.33 9.34 9.28 9.29
December ...9 35 9.36 9.30 9.31
January 9.45 9.46 9.39 9.40
February 9.54 9.55 9.48 9.50
March 9.64 9.65 9.68 9.60
April 9.74 9.75 9.68 9.70
May 9.84 9.85 9.78 9.80
The New Orleans spot market opened
dull, and closed steady; midding, 9
3-lGe. Sales, 900 bales. Quotation
were as follows:
Ordinary 7 J 71
Good ordinary 81 8
Low middling 8 11-10 8 11-16
Middling ...9 3-16 9 3-16
Good middling... 9 1616 9 16-16
The New .Orleans futare market
opened quiet and steady, and closed
quiet and staady. t?ales, Jd0 biles.
Quotations were aa follows:
July 9.2H 9 22 91". hid.
August 9 23 9.24 9.17 9 18
September..9.01 9.03 8 H i 8 97
October 8.89 8.!H) S.S3(.7 8 85
November..8.86 8 87 8 Si' 8 81
December -S MQ 8 91 . 8.S'. 8.S6
January 9.01 9 02 8.9.V 8 96
Februry...9.12 9 13 9.06 9.07
March 9 24 9.25 9. IS 9.19
April .9 35 9.36 9.29 9.30
May 9. 46 9 47 9.39 9.41
June 9.f0 9 52
DAILY port and interior markbts.
Tone. Rec. Prices
Galveston quiet. 53 9 1 16
N Orleans, quiet. 60 9 3-16
Mobile.... nom. 15 9
Savannah, quiet. 8
Charl'aton quiet 15 9
Wilm'ton. nrm 9
Norfolk.... eteady 1 9 5-16
Baltimore q'&lm 9 9-16
New York firm 9 J
Boston quiet. 38 93
Philad'a... quiet. 85 9J
St Louis... dull. 7Si9 J
Augusta... firm. 14l8j
Receipts at porta, this day, IHhO. 278
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 262
R'ts U. S.
Ex. Gr. Br 11,445
"Stock 2ri9 09(:
At noon: Liverpool spots were quiet
and unchanged. Sales, 8003 bales,
of which American 6200 bales. Re
ceipts, 4000 bales, of which American
Closing quotations were aa follows:
Ordinary, 4 7-lHd; good ordinary,
4Jd; low middling, 5J; good
middling, 5 9-16d; middling uplands,
51 (1 ; middling Orleans, 5 5-1 6d.
The prices are given in pence and 647u,
thu: 4 63 meant 4 63-64rf; and 5 01
meant 5 l-64i.l
At boon: Liverpool futures were
steady; July, ; July-August, 5 14d;
August-September, 5 14d; Septembei
Oclober, 5 lOd ; October - November,
; November-December, 5 05d ; December-January,
5 05d; January-February,
5 06d ; September, .
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet and steady; July, 6 14d sailers;
July August, 5 14d sellers; August
September, 514d sellers; September
October,5 lOd buyers; October-November,
5 06d buyers ; November-December,
5 05d buyers ; December-January,
6 05d buyers; January-February, 606d
buyers; September, 5 14 J buyers.
At 4 p.ra: Liverpool futures we'e
steady; July, 5 14d sellerj; July
Augnst, 5 14d sellers; August-September,
5 14d value; .September-October,
5 10J value: Octjber-Novetn-ber,
5 08d buyers; November-December,
5 05d buyers; December-January,
5 05d buyers; January-February, 5 OOd
buyers; September, 5 1 Id buyeis.
Corn White, 46c; mixed, 45o, from
store; from levco or depot, white, 39e;
mixed, 38o; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42r J ;-mixfd, 41c. '
Hay Choice, from store, 75E03;
prime,70c; prairie,50c; round lota from
levee or depot, choice, $1212 60;
prime, $1112; prairie, $77 50.
Oat3 White, 39a; mixed, 37c,
from store ; round lots from levee nn
track white, sacked, 3530s; mixed,
Bran From st5re,6570c per cwt.;
round lotd from levee, $10 25 per ton.
Beanh Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 50; German millet, $1 201 40.
Cornmbal Standard, $2 30; pour",
$3 25350 from Flore, 6c cheaper froif
mill, lve or track.
Kick Louisiana, 4J6c; Carolian,
"Oatmeal In hall-barrels, $33 25
Flour Fio-ii s'rro, triido ex1)!,
f.3 25; fa Mily, $4; choice, 4 25; fancy,
$4 511 ; ex;; a f.'.ncy, $4 75; paU'nta,
$5 2o($5 ;0; in car lorn, Iriblo exra,
nominal; family, $3 35.'$ 50; choice,
$3 753 90; funcy, $4 054 15; e t ri
fancj', S4 35M4 f0;pai.eata, $55 15.
Ckackbj Wheat la hU-b,irre!f,
$4 2 from siore.
Hominy and Grits From store,
$3 153 2'j.
Crackehs Soda, extra, 4c; coda,
treble extra, 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
83rted lumbles, 9ti.
Kansas City, Mo., July 21. Wheat
quiet; No. 2, red, cash, nominal;
Augiift, 60j asked; September, 61 Jc
bid, 02Jo asked. Corn lower; No. 2,
cash, 31c bid, 32caked; August, 31 J
32 Jc; September, 32Jc bid, 33 c asked.
Oats cash, 20c bid.
St. Loitis, Mo., July 21. Flour
dnll; XXX,$2 253 25; family, $2 60
2 60; choice, $33 15; fancy, $3 60
3 70; extra fancy, $3 854 ; patenta,
$4 354 60. Wheat fairly active, but
easy ; the market opened firm and ad
vanced ic, fell off Jc, fluctuated
within a range of JJc, and closed
easy lower than yesterday ; No. 2
red, casb, 77'577Jc; August, 773
78Jc. closing 8t77J78c; September,
79i80j c, closing at 79Jc bid ; October,
8l8lic, closing at 81 jo bid. Corn
very strong, and lllc higher than
yesterday; trading limited; No. 2
mixed, cash, 36c; August, 3636Jc,
closiDg at 36J(! bid ; September, 37 J
38o, closing at 38c: October, 38138ic,
closing at 38jc bid. Oats more active,
but easier, and iJo lower; No. 2
mixed, cash, 28i28gc; Angust,27Jc;
September, 28lc Rye neglected. Bar
ley, no market. Hay quiet; prairie,
$4 607 60; timothy, $1012. Flax
seed strong, $1 08. Bran firm, 45c.
Corn meal steady, $2 25. Receipts
Flour, 3000 brls; wheat, 168,000 bu;
com, 10,000 bu; oats, 44,000 bin rye,
1000 bu; barley, none. Shipments
Flour, 8000 brls; wheat, 20C0 du ; corn,
14,000 bu; oats, 13,000 bu; rye, 1000
bu; barley, none.
Chicago, III., July 21. Wheat
showed very much the same steady,
monotonous, featureless grind as for
several days past, not succeeding up
to half an bout before the close in
getting over quotations not at any
time ranging to far below them as to
induce a Delief that the market was
any nearer breaking than it bai before.
August opened )o lower than it closed,
at 78Jc, gradually declined to 778c, and
recovered t3 781. Corn came near
booming today, and throughout the
session was firm and strong. Traders
are very ready to believe any reports
of damage to corn, and when receipts
drop a little, as they did today, every
body wants some. Baying all day
was active. While September opened
stsady at 39 J c it took but a short time
to run the price up to 40 jc, aronnd
which price the demand for it seemed
just about as brisk as at a lower figure,
The market had its reactions, bnt they
were fractional and cat but little
figure. Tbe close at 1 o'clock was
firm and steady. Oats sympathized
strongly wi'h corn and made a s'eady
advance. Flour quiet. Win at Sales
ranged: Julv (oii), 76i76jc; August,
77j78!c closed "Sc; Septem
ber,' iSOJc, doted 79j(f 7!'Jj; Octo
ber, bK-i.Slic', clastd Slji ; No.
2 rad winter, 79b bid. Cora Sale
ranged: Julv, 3S3S;c, closed 3s j
3Si.:; Vii;ust", 38 :jJ9i', dosed ;i9:
39ie hid; September, 39j(" '41c, clus-d
M)ic bid; O.tiher, 40i41i.', cU sod
41 Ac. ' Oil Sales rgeJ: August
29 i''J91p, cl'ved 29Jc; S.'p'ombe',
29;3"J c'o.ed sellerj 30c. October,
".0;-i.'$OJ , clr s d 301c. Kye firm;
N 2, cash, 53c. Barlev September,
6Sc. Flaxseed highe', No. 1, 1 18L
Receipts Flour, 15,000 "bris; what,
98,000 bu; corn, 388.009 bu; rat,
100,000 bu; rye, 9.00J hu; barley,
1,0.10 bu. Shipments F.our, 7,000
brls; wheat. 5,000 bu; corn, 313,000
bu ; oa's, 59,000 ba ; rye, 1,' 00 ; barley,
BrTTER Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
Hoo Pboddcts Mess pork, 111 50;
sugar cured hams, lli12c; break
fast bacon, 810c; clear sid9 park,
7jc; clear rib side pork, 67c;
long clear pnrk, 6jc: pork shoul
ders, 6Jc. Baron Clear rib eide,
7i70. Lnrd Tierces, 6 J6'c; half
barrels, 6j7c; kegs, 6jc; ai!s,
7J7c; half-pails, 7i7jc; 60 lb tins,
6jc; 20-lb t n?, 6J7c; 1011) tins,
7'A7tc; 5-lb tins, 72c; 31b tins,
7i"5c; choice kett'e, tierces, 88Jc.
i Frksh Meats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c; hind quarters of beef, t)c;
lambs, $2 503 5t).
St. Louis, Mo., July 21. Provisions
dull and easy all round e xcept ljr.l,
which is cteadv. Pork 35c lower,
$10 15. L-rd steady, $6 30. Bulk meals
easier; loo?e lots long cbnr, $i 15;
short riln, f(l 25; Bhcrt clear, $6 40;
bexfd bits long clear, $6 25; short
ribs, $6 35; short clear, $6 60. Bjcrn
easier; long clear, $6 90; short ribs,
$6 95 7; short clear, $7 20. Hams
linn, 111-'J". Butter steady; erf am
ery, 1517c.; dairy, 1015c. Eggs
Chicaoo, III., July20. Pork Sales
ranged: July and Angust, $94009 57J,
closed at J9 47J9 50: Senteinber,
$9 47J9 70, closed at $9 6719 60;
October, $9 609 75, closed at $9 65
9 67$. Lard Sa'es: July and Augut,
$6 52A6 55; September, $6 60( 65,
closed at 16 606 02J; October, f 6 40
6 42i. Short rib sides nc'ivo and
lower ; August, $5 !)76 07J, closed at
$0 050 07J; Siptember, $6 12J0 15.
Butter lirmer; creRDiery, 1319o;
dairy, ll13Jc. Engs dull and weak ;
0J10lc; prime Kio, 10 Jllc; choice
to fancy, llj12Jn; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20c.
Soap 3j5Jc per pound.
Sugar Puro white, 6jc; off white,
68s; yellow, 6J66c; open kett!e,5J
63c ; refined A, 6 jc; granulated, 7
71c; powdered, 7Jc; tut loaf, 7J7Jc.
Salt $1 25 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 21); pock
eta, bleached, 2j7c; car-loads from
levea or depot, 6o cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, iu boxes,
pails and barrels, 7J8c.
Candles Full weight, 10c. t
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per do
en : Pineapples, SI 351 65 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomato 2-lb, standard,
$1 2"il 35 ; 3-lb, $1 J5l 30; straw
berries, $1 351 40; raspberries,
$115125; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengsges, : $1 601 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 6004 ; green corn,
$11 35;green pegs, $1 55165; cove
oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $11 10;
cive oyeters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oyHtors, light woight, 2-lb,
1; condensed milk-Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, JO.
JioLASfiKa Louisiana, common to
fail', 203.ic; prime to choice, 3()40c ;
evrup, 2040r:; coniinon to fair, 20
25c; primb to choieo,31)3.')C; contrif
ura!, Liucy, 3231c.
ToPAOto annsnon, 11-inch, 25
30c; other grades and si yien, 35 85c.
Smilf Garrett'n, .fit1 85 t'er ras;
R-dph's, i 10 25 per case; K. H., $9 50.
New York, Jnly 21. Coffee spot
fair Ilio dull, 9:ic; options a shade
stronger and modurate'y active; pules,
22,509 bags; July, i; AuBuer, 7.0i:j
Sop ember and October, 7.90c; No
vember and December, 7.95c; January
and February, 8i Sugar quiet; fair to
good refining, 4:iljc; retined quiet
and steady; standard A., 5c; cut loaf
and crushed, 6J3e granulated,6 3-16
071,6.1 c. Molasses bte ady. Rice steady
and demand fair.
Apples Dried apples, 2J3c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
31 c from store.
Vegetables Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 502 60 from leveo or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4000c per 100. Turnips, 50c
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none ;
California, $7. Lemons, $89 per
box. Bananas, $1 502 50 per bunch.
Oocoanut8,$0 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7c; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2 jo higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Picelbs In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75 ;loose, barrels, 8 ; half-barrols,
$3 V ; mixed, barrols, $10 50 ; mixed,
half barrels, $6.
Raisiks London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
Potatoes New, $1 25.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,15c
Grenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cideb New York, $0 50 per barrel
and $3 50 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 12
15c per gallon.
PouLTBT-Chickens, $1 002 00;
eld bens, $2 252 50.
Gams Game fish, ll12c.
Eggs Quiet at 8c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 605; Hd. 2, $3 253 50; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-lb kit, No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 50c. Dry herrings,
family, 30c per box.
Hinua AND tallow.
Hides Dry flint, 12lCc; dry
salt, 1012c -.'green salt,718c ; green,
66c; deer skins, 1517c. Beeswax,
2021c; tolUw, 33jc.
WHHKT, WINES, LHtFOBS, ETC.
Whisky ftraight Kentucky Bour
bon, tl 608; rye, $1 756; domes
Uc, 90c$l 6.
St. Louis, Mo., July 21. Whisky
steady at $1 07.
Chicago, Iu.., July 21. Whisky
steady at $1 12.
CmciNKATi, O., July 21. Whisky
quiet at $1 07. 1 Sales of 380 barrels of
finished goods Dn this basis.
COTTON SEED OIL, ETC.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton ;wa$n at mills, $8.
Car-load lot, Prime crude C. S.
oil, 2225c; loff crude, 1620c;
prime lurnmer jellow C.8.0il,3334c ;
ctl summer yellow C. S. o:l, 32(.i.;$jo;
Miner's f uruuier yellow C. S. oil, 3;i('
34c;Cuoice cookies summer yellow,
343:c: prime cotton setd meal, (f. o.
b )$13 750il4.
Less tijn car-load lots. Prime
gummer yellow C. S. oil, 28 30c;
choice cooking summer jel'ow, :!((
iiamcjinu am rirs, we.
Baoginu Flag, 719Ac. Ties, il 10
Nails j2 25 2 50.
I'Eiitoi.Ki n .iiAKUi r,
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lota, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., July 21. Petioleum
-s. w., 110, "Jc-
Pittsburg, Pa., July 21. Petroleum
fairly aclive and Ann; oia-ned at 67,
and at 1 o'clock tbis afternoon 66)
wis bid; highest piica, 67; lowest,
Cattle Choice to extra, corn fed
900 to 1050 pounds, none; good,
none; choice grass fed, 8j3Jc;
good, 33Jc; (air to medium, 2J
2Jc; common, ll2c.
Hoos Choice, 8j4c; good, 3J
3Jc; common, 331o.
Sueep Choice, 3jJc; medium, 2J
3c; common, fl1.60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 6c.
Kansas City.Mo., Jnly 21 .The Live
stock Indicator roiiorts: Cattle Re
ceipts, 1258 head ; shipments, none ;
choice cattlB s'eady; common weak
and elow; good to choice, $44 50;
common to medium. 13 60(i3 9D;
stockers, $2 402 75; feeders, $2 SO
3 49; cows, $i.r()3; gia-s Texana
stee:s, $260; :!. Hogs Receipts, 13,
026 head; shipments, -SL'i head;
market slow nod lc lower; grass hard
to sell; gocd t choic?, $4 654 SO;
common to medium, $4 60. Sheep
Receipta, 2611 head : shipment', 575;
market quiet; good to clnioe,f.2403;
common to medium, $1 502 25.
Chicago, III., July 21. The Drovers'
Journal repoits: Cattle Receipts,
9600 head; shipments, 2000 head;
market fairly active and about steady;
shipping steers, 950 to 1500 lbs, $3 70
610; stockeis aud feeders, $2 40 I ;
cows, bulls and mixed, $1 503 75;
bulk, $2 703; through Texas cattle
steadier; cows, $2 152 50; steers,
$2 50 1. Hogs Receipts, 2',000 head;
shipmen's, 6000 head; market slow
ami 10c lower, closing dull ; rough and
mixed, $4 404 80; packing ana ship
ping,' 14 755 071; littbt weights,
$4 404 90; ekirs, $2 504 25.
Sheep Receipts, 4000 head; ship
ments, 590 head ; market slow and a
sbade lower; natives, 21 30; Wert
em, $3 3 60; Texans, $1 7603 60;
lambs, $14 25.
NEW YORK DI1Y UOOOtt NiKHKT,
New York, Ju'y 21. There has
been a more active movement through
the continued distribution of daily re
ceipts, with the demand general for
supplementary wants, which nro tak
ing a lsrge quantity of cottons and
woolens. Print cloths very llrm at ::c
for 54 equal es.
To all who nro auSoring from th errora tn
iDiliaorotiona of youth corvoua weakneaa,
enrly decay, loa of manhood, etc., I will
aond a reoipe that will euro you, FREE OF
C11AHUE. This uroat remedy wai diacovor
ed by a mlBalonary in Bouth Amorlo. bend
lf-addroael envelope to the He. Jjsipb
T. Tku'. Stalin I). N V"'-
ACID IRON EARTH
! nil nqui niia aolulloti of alio tel.
nblo mailer in 11 mineral carlli
fun ul In line t a ir county, Ala.,
near liiv f anion k Illation mineral
prlns;a. Thia eaitli liail aruut lo
cal celebrity an " ICogera' i:arth,"
from II10 name of tbe dincovi rer
oi the bed or mine, now owned by
tbe Acid Iron lOnrlh Company, of
For Dyepepsla, all derail g-ementa
of the Dlg-cntive Organ and tba
Liver, Skin llvaava, t ale, llurna.
Scald and HrilUe. ACID IKON
E A It III I a speclfio. Ithcuina
tlani and other chronic dloae
yield to It curative power with
Entirety free from Aleohol or any drug what
ever, ACID IRON EARTH fully deter ei the
words embraced In Its trademark, "NATURE'I
PWN REMEDY," lee free pamphlet, 10 be
bad of all Druggists.
At Wholesale by Van Vlofft rte Co.
No. 35. R.Chanoery Court of Shelby Coun
ty Win. Morrow v. P. P. Vrnlin. No.
VM, H. D. II. P. llobnon, administrator,
epp., vi. M C. Frul 111 et al.
BY virtue of an interlocutory deoree for
1 aale. entered in the above oauae on the
3d day nl July. W, entered In M. B. M,
iiagea AID and ;, I will aell, at publio auo
iion. to thehixheat bidder, In front ol the
Clork and Maater'a offioe, Court-Uoui of
bhelby county, Memphis, Tenn., on
Nntnrday, Antrimt 14, IHHO,
within leiral houra, the following deacribed
property, situated in bhelby oounty, lennea
Lot 2, of P. P. Fraiin'a tuhdiylalon ot part
of C. h. 47H, fronting 50 feet on the norih
aide of Jofiereon street by a depth of W
leet, and bounded on the eaat by bayou (lay-
010. Lot No. 4 of saroo aubdivialon, front
ing about 110 fret on the north tide of alley
juKt nerth of lot 2, running back about till
feet, and bounded on the eaiit by said bayou.
Also, lota Hi, 17, 18 and V of P. P. Fraim's
ajbdiTiainn ot lota 4 and 6 and part of lot 3
of C. L. 4W all of said Iota tronting 60 feet
on south aide of Jefleraon street extended,
except It), whioh baa a depth of UK feet,
which lota run back to Mrs. 6. W. Camp
bell's lot, aa row incloaed by her fence.
Hide on lots 17, 18 and IU will oommeno with
railed bid oi Theo. Koad.
Terms f Sale Ten por sent, of purobaae
money paid In eaahf balance In alx and
twelve montha: interest-bearing notes with
security required) lien retained to secure
same, and equity of redemption barred.
Thia Jaly lW,lH8i,
8. I. McUOWKLL, Clerk and Maitor.
By H. P. Walah. Deputy C. and M.
Malone A Watson, Taylor A Carroll, F.
11. AC. W. lieiikolf. Sole.
book of 100 naM.
he best book for
r m -L - iDwmim
eontalns lists oi
Rntnari and utfmates o:theeoatof ad.
vertlaing. The advertiser who wants to spend
one dollar, finds in it the information he rei
quirei, while for him who will invest oat
hundred thousand dollars In advertising,!
scheme 111 ndioated whioh will meet nu
every requirement, or ean be mad to do at
by aflghtohanges easily arrived at by corn,
spondenc. On hundred and nfty-tbrM
editions have been issued. Bent, postpaid
to any address for ten oenls. Apply to GKu,
P. ROWKLL k CU., NGWbPAPKB A IV
VEKTISINO BUREAU, 10 Spruce it. (Print,
ai House Bqaart), New Kork.
RIVERS m STEAMBOATS
Arkani City Ktk Amu, T. p.m.
Vieksbum City of Vh'Ksiu Br.ip.ui.
Tiptonvllle OiTao,5 p.m.
Cincinnati Jamks W. (iAir, 5 p.m.
t. Li'Uir C'y or l'mivinivon.o p.m.
I'rlora Point Jamks Lxr, S p in.
Ojoecls CotiMiiA, 5 p.m.
White River Fhkodir R.mixgox, 5 p.m.
White River Alberta No. 3, 5 p.m.
MOYEME.VIM AT Til K LKVEK.
rriiii?ii Jani"S, Ie, Friorj Poitt;
Arkniiefs City, Yickeburg; New Mnry
Hi-u-tui, New Orltnns; City of Nat
chz, St. Lonis
Ikpiirt'tres Coaliorxa, Osceola ; Now
Mary llutiston, Cincinnati; James.
Lee, Friars Point; Cbicknww. White
river; Uitv ot Natchez. New Orleans.
lioatt Ihie Doicn. Uayoeo, James W.
inn ana i;ity of vicksbtirg.
Hoots Due Up. Kate Adams and
City of Providence.
Coahoma : U eks seed.
Jani9s Lee 1 cow and calf ami !l
New Mary Hoiuton l'J5 sks seed,
50 brls cement, ." brls and sks salt and
'.'0 pkgg sundries.
Kt'TI ItK M t i V K n r. N T.H .
Tub Albcrtit No. 15, Capt. A. It.
Smith, goes cut SaturJay evsuimi for
White rivi r.
Tim l,ea Line jmcke's toiunrrow
fveiiinu are tlis James Lee, for Friars
Point, and C'oalioim, for Otc eola.
Tub Milt Harry Line Meumer Fred
ilifl Koliinfion, Capt. Milt K. Harry, is
the Saturday wv:kit for all points on
White and JUack rivers.
Tun City cf Providence, Capt. (iao.
Carveil, is the Anchor L'ne packet
leaving at 0 o'clock for Cii'vo and St.
IiOiiis. Frank Perkin is her clerk.
TimCity of Yicksburg, Capt. Dan
Able, iB the Anchor Linn packet this
evening at ( o'clock for Vickebu'gand
the bends. Cieorge Walton is her
TiiuGayoeo, Capt. W. P. Hall, is
the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Hales Point, Tiptonville
and all wav landing. It. O. Mitchell
is in her ollice.
Thk Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail packet
this evening at 5 o'clock for
Helena, Arkansas City and all way
lnndings. W. C. B'nnker has charge
of her otlico, assisted by Lew Price and
'1 11 n .lames W. Clafl', Capt. John S.
Jones, is the packet this even
ing at 5 o'clock for Cairo, Lonisvillc,
Cincinnati and all way landings on
the Ohio river. 1J. C. Bruce ond Ltw
Briicgs aro her clerks. The UatT will
give cheap rates to all points north and
Wkathkk clear and not.
IiKt BiiTH by river ytslerday, 1(11)
sacks of teed.
Tub Uia Line packets wore in and
out on time yesterday.
Thk Chickaraw cleared on time last
evening for White river.
Tub Arkansas City passed up at 5
o'clock a m. yesterday, bound for St.
Tub City of Natches parsed down
yef-teriUy nt noon for New Orleans
with a good trip.
Tim Mury Houston pns'ed up yestnr
day evening for the Ohio river with
500 tons of freight. She discharged
here '.'50 packages of sundries.
Tun Vickabufg Commercial ll rald of
yesterday says: Tho Future City and
barges p.m'ed u Monday night itt 11
o'clock. Pilot A. L. ToaiiH'jnd was
iiiites ck. Ho left the brwt here and
returned home by rail, H10 caption
telegraphed fur a lulot to meet bim at
AikiuiH;H City, rilotnniul masters rf
tho Anchor Line steamers coming
south report, tho rivers full of dangor
i.ii ni'igi", many of tbein in the cliaii
nol. II one or two of the ciiBl)o:its
now lyii'g nt St. 1mia could bo put iu
cfiiniui.'H on it would rer.ilt r valnnblu
ItlVtlt-l AMI WKATIIKIt.
Oi'ficb Sionai, Skiivick, U. 8. A.,1
Mbmpuis, July 111, 1 p.m. J
The following observations are taken
al all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOtbs lOlha lOths
Cairo Hi 3 7
Chattanooga ... (1 5 5
Cincinnati 10 4 2
Davenport 2 4 1
Dubuque :l 5
Fort Smith 2
Keokuk 2 8 1
Helena 1H 6 6
La Crosse 7
1cn von worth... 10 1
Little Rock 2 5
Ixiuisville 5 7
Memphis 13 H 4
Nashville 8 15
New Orleans... 7 7 6
Omaha 9 5 1
St. Louis 10 & 3
St. Paul 2 7
Vicksbtirg 20 5 8
Oausaror l.lnn Keet and tenths of a foot
above sero of taujio:
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanooga. 33 (eet.
Cincinnati, 50. Davenport, IS.
l)ubuiue,Hl. Port Hinith, 'tl.
Keokuk, 14. Helena, -.
LaCrosae, 24. Leavenworth, 20
Little Rook, 113. Louisville, SB.
Memphis, ii. Now Orleans, 13.3.
Nashville. 40. Pitt;hnr, 2a.
Omaha, 18. St. Paul, 7.
Kt. Louis, 32. Vicksbur, 41.
Bhreveport, 'it. Yankton, 24.
Evansvii.lb, Ind., Jnly 21. Noon
River fulling, with 7 feet 8 inches on
Whhblino.W. Va., July 21. Noon
River 5 feet on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Pittsburg, July 21. Noon River 4
feet 4 inches on the gangs and sta
tionary. Weather clear and warm.
Cincinnati, July 21. Noon River
10 foot 3 inches on the gauge and ris
ing slowly . Weather clear ; thermom
Louisvilli, July 21. Noon River
stationary, with 5 feet 0 inches in the
canal and 3 feet 4 inches on the falls.
Weather clear and pleasant. Business
Cairo, July 21. Noon River 16 feet
6 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm. Arrived :
City of Ht. Louis, New Orleans, 4 a.m. ;
James W. Gaff, Cincinnati, 7 a.m.;
Buckeye State, Memphis, 7 a.m.: Ray
mond Horner and tow, New Orleans,
9 a.m. Departed: City of St. Louis,
St. Lonis, 5 a.m. ; Buckeye State, Cin
cinnati, 8 a.m. ; James W. Gaff, Mem
phis, 9 a.m. ; Raymond Horner, Ohio
river, 11 a.m.
STEAM BO ATH.
MniiphU & Cincinnati P'k't Co.
I'OH 90 OATH OXI.T
M ..- I., l
lluckoye State, OIilo & Ja. V. HaB
sr Thl rCoiiipi,ny will ,Mt ROUND TP.I1
ni.Kf.Ts from Mmuphii to Loui'mll,
Cincinnati, an. I nil Kustern Cities
ftr Ticked inclu.lo Mculs nnJ State rocma.
Keltirn tn-kcia good on any boat in the lin.
Each bout carries a Fine String Hand.
BOATS LEAVE .MEMPHIS
Mondays and Thursdays at H P.M.
Pnr information inquire of C. B RUS
MvLL, Aent, 12 Madison atreet, Memphis.
Tenn. K. W. WISK, Hnp'tl
Ml. I.oial sail New Orlrua irhv
l.lae-l.N. Mull-FOR VICKSBURU.
City of Vicksburg,
Tai: Able maater. Jm33
W III leave the Klevatur TUUstSUAi , Jr
22J, at A p.m. For Ireiiht or pasaaire apn4s
C. f.. IIai.i .Pkm. Air't. At) STOKM. AtV
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS, t
Ht. I.onl and Now ssrlonn Aarhsr
l.lno-l'.N. Mall-CAIKOAST. L0U1U.
City of Providence, rsk
fleo. Carveil . ..muster. vfr&mJ&tZtil
Will leave tho Klevarw TllCHMlAr, July
!il, nl p.m. For tsoiiht or pHiwnue applT
V. I.. M a i.f,. I'd. a At. AIH1'iRM,W'ip't.
For Oaoeola. Ilnles l'olnt, Carutheravill.
Uayoso and Tiptonville-Ihe now stesmer
W. P. Hull maatorl 11. O. Michell ...clerk.
JJ ill leave a above, and all way points,
KVKRY StONDAV and TIUIKSDaV at
p.m. For I reiyht or p:ange iipptvnn heard
nruiptila.t'rlnr lolnt t Mrmphu
nutl Slmooln 'rlie (nniiiiajr.
For Helena. Glandule, Friar Point and all
Way Landings Steamer
James Jj?c, r.O
J. n. Cooper. matr....J. W. Smitbera.clera
W.!.1J"V bove on evorv Mi.'Ni)AV.
WBDNltaUAliand FRIDAY. it o o'olock.
For Randolphs Fulton, Oacenla and Haf
It. T. Olasvstt...master I Piatt RWiesTiTr
Lv .' MONDAY, W KDJs Khl) Al
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of this
line reaerv the right tn pass all landing"
theoapUln niajrdoom unanlr. Offloe, Nl. J
Millon .1AWKS T.KK, Ja.,Hn''l.
Arkansas ltiver Tk't Co.
Str. R, L COBB, -r?5
R. B. rJmlth....niaater. r1tZ3
Leaves Moiui his Every TlIKSDAV, at 6 p.m
OWce, No. 3 Mndlnon at.
Telephone No. 1J.
Memihis& White Kircrrkt.Co
ror 4'hirriKlou. Ilrvillln 111 nil. I In
Are, AuauKta. heiircy, Newport, Jacksoa
port, llatenvillo and nil Way Landing',
NTH. IIIKIiAStW, .if
R. C. l'oatiil r "r.
WIU leave KVKRY WEDNESDAY ai 5 p.m.
NTH. AI.IIKKTAKO 8, . -IT",,
Albert U. Hmilli r. '"'wf
Will lenvo KVK11Y BA 1 1 IIDA V at .'. p.m.
Through rutna given to all points. Freight
consigned to tho Moiuphia and White River
1'aokotCo., nt Meiupliix or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general informa
tion apply nt iillli-o, No. 4 Madiaon St., ortt
I'nll Telephone W. It. U. I.QWK, A't.
FOR WHITE HlVEIi,
MEMIMIIS & WHITE K1VEK P'R'!
Freddie Robinson, atZLy
M. H. tlarry ...master.
For Helena, Torrene, Dn Valla BlulT, Das Are,
Augusta, SMjiiroy, Newport and Bateavlll.
Will leave aa above SATURDAY at ft p. n.
Through rates to all points. Freight eon
signed to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will bs
promptly lorwnrded. P.P. fkAsK.
Tlo NI.KrnnclH ltiver TranNpiirtnttrit
Co. 'a Fine Ulie-W heol V. b. Atail bteamel
(, !( . Jnt'Iil .nir'tor,
Mr I it, s It A' XV. rjr.'.-V'II,S r.VEAil
nt t o'fliodlc, ('or Miiriannn. th Cut-OIT, int
i.tiVi .r Jut'o IrttiJiiu'' o fr. Krnnoii rtvr,
'1 ho 'ivtf'.in ri'fjprvrti th rtrlit to imi
l'inli:u f- hi uVauti ''fialo. JAH. hr.V., Jr.,
h'll.rts-.KifO I-';. 'lftt.-,t Vi. 4 Nl'l'l" .n t
l5o!inihiM iuiJ Vi'hrihnrjr riu kit Cni.r
uu y -V S 1! nl I him
Vnr If a Ion h. ('onc'iitti;,, Torrr.nearil ArV ;in
enti City Tho clo,iftnt vu-innirur h'.o'hhot
M. K. CUek.inai.or I W. t'. IllauKr...oiori
l.,i' na Vemphia
KVKRY MONDAY end i lUIRJ-DAY, at "I
p. rn., reserving the right to pnia all Inndingi
the captain iniiyileom unnale. For central
Information apply nt oflico, No, 4 Mtidiaoa
streot, K. WALWORTH. Agen'.
.HIIIM OAHVt. Pnaa'r Ai-ent. Telephone 1"
No. M, K. D. Chancery Court of bhelby
enuntyHtate of Tenneaaee vs. Johanna
Miihonuy et al.
BY virtue of an interlooutory deoree for
sale entered In ttis above oause on the
'inn dav ot January, lHWi, M. B. fl, pas
i:.S, I will aell at publis auotlon, to the high
est bidder, In front of the Clerk and Matter's
offloe, courthouse oi Shelby county, Mem
phis, Tenn.. en
Nntnrdajr, Angnat 91, ISH8,
within legal houra, tho following deacribed
property, aituatod in bhelby county. Tenn.,
Kaat'half of lot M, country lot M. front
ing 'Ml foet on the aouth side of Madison St.
210 feet west of Orleans street, by a depth of
UH'-i feet. Hold as property ol Johanna Ma
bonoy and others.
Part of lot 41, block 57, fronting .'17 feet on .
the west side of Orleans street M leet north
of Linden street by a depth ol :CI feet. Hold
as properly ol the Blull City B. and L. As
sociation. Lot 6, block M, fronting IV) feet on the east
side of Ruth street 4 4 foet south of Vanoe
street by a depth of WA feet. Mold as prop
erty of Hamuel J. Scrugga, Minter Parker
Lot II, ol Jones subdivision of lots 33 and
33 Dunn's tract, fronting U) feet on the north
side of Spring street 150 leot east of Brown
street by a depth on the west line of 220 foet
and on the east line of V-U feet. Hold as
property of Josephine and John Kolly.
l'urt of block M, Dunn e subdivision, front
ing 411 feet nn the east side of Manassas atrset
lis (net north of Dullose avenue by a depth
oftflfoet. Hold as property of Robt. Tally
Part block .1, Dunn's subdivision, fronting
X feet on the west aide of Walnut street iid
leot aouth fit tbe Alempnia ana unarieston
U&ilmul and running baca 1'U feet in depth.
bold as property of Joseph Williams.
Part of oountry lot beginning on the
south aide of Pigeonrooat road or Charleston
avenue 4' leet from the northeast corner of
lot5 llardaway'a aubdivlsion K;t! W Kl feet
to Court street: thence 8 t)J E SO feet;
thence N 32' K .r4 feet to the Pigeonrooat road,
north W ' W 60 leet to the beginning, bold as
the property ot U.O'Neu.
p.ri r int ir. nnuntrv lot M3. fronting HS
feeton th west aide of Jones avenue north
west corner of a 22-feet alley north of Brad
ford street, 8th ward, by depth of avj feel.
Bold as the property of Michael Fitsglbbon.
Part of lotd, Winchester diviilon, front
ing 25 feet on the aouth aide of Baas avenue
2U0 leet weat of Dunlan etreet, Sth ward, by
a depth of 21U feet, bold as the property
of W.F. Beasley. . . ,
Terms or bale un a creuu oi six monini;
ant. iarln InUrest. with security, re
quired: lien retained; redemption barred.
8. 1. Mo6o WELL. Clerk and Master.
By B. t. Coleman, Deputy C. and M.
F. 11. AC. W.Helfkell, Solicitors.
Electric Belt Freo
rpo Introdnc It and obtain agents we will
j- lor we BBi
of charge, In each eounty in the U. S. a lim
ited numberof our lJr.
VasilCI swaps' DiMtry .. rrio , m
nositiv and unfailing our for Nervous De
bility, Varicocele, Emissions, lmpoteney.
to. fcflO.OO Reward paid if every Belt w
manufacture does not generate a fenoin
Jeotrio current. Address at one KL.i'
TRIO BELT AGENCY, P. 10. 1 Box .17
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