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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, JULY ; 30, 1886.
mmi MD COMERCE.
OXEI 8 PEE CEJfT., NEW YOBK
EXCU1KUE 1-4 PRE JUL.
Cotton; Steadr-Middllngr, 9 S 8e-
Sales Yesterday, 25
Moaey in fair demand at 8 per cent
Local securities dull.
The cotton market closed steady
middling 9Jc. Sales, 225 bales.
At New York yesterday spots cloaed
a'eady and l-ltic hiihsr, middling,
A leading New .York cotton circular
ays: It was an ambignoas sort of
market, and no clear conception of
tendencies could be reached. Evi
dentlv very littfe, if any really, baei
cess came in, and the operations were
almost wholly confined to getting oat
of August and putting deals forward
into the later months. The demand
appeared to be fuller than the desiie
to sell, and this raieed pr:ces a few
points, but the close was dull. Liver
pool was without much changs, but
silver on private advices was broken
down to 42 3-5d.
At New Orleans spots were quiet
and firm ; middling, 0 3-lCc ; futures
quiet and tteady j July, nominal.
At Liverpcol spots were steady and
in fair demand middling 5 5-1 Gd
futures steady ; July, 5 15-10d. In the
general market there are no features
Six brls apples, 10 brls beans and
pear, 1 pks butler, Uib rls baggm?,
7928 bu corn, 1 car cotton seed, 1293
sks cotton seed, 103 pkgj dry good
6 pka. eggs, : 100 brls flour, 350 bales
cay, z pkgs nate. zi lid cattle, l aa
horses and mules. 456 pkgs lard.
60,000 ft lumber, 9 brls. meal, 2400
bu oats, 1 car pork sides, 10 pkgs to
bacco, ouu bu wneat.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
tne Mercnants .bxctiange today:
Corn received, 901 bu: withdrawn,
1550 bu: in store, 4231 bu. Oats
received, 1140 bu; withdrawn, 1140
in store, 2022 bu. Wheat received
1231; withdrawn, none: in store,
JOHN Ii. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
OIL TRUST CERTIFICATES,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
CUt A KINGS.
Tilling.. Tl. OOH, !? ACfl OQ
thus far this week, $495,545 14 ; same
xime last week, joui,mu vz; same time
1885, $368,253 04; same time 1884,
Thursday, July 29th, $34,983 82;
thus far this week, $157,860 26 ; same
time last week, $196,584 24; name time
1885, $100,03:! 84; same time 1884,
Near Vnrk aioht. nn all nninfeL nap
baying, 1 premium selling; New
New England sight, discount; New
Uneans, t discount buying, par selling
Bank of Commerce146 bid, 149 asked
First National 147 bid. 152 asked
German Bank 192id, 196 asked
etate National 145 bid, 148 asked
Union and Plantera150 bid, 161 asked
Mercantile Bank.135 bid, 137 asked
Blufl Oity 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 102 bid. 105 asked
Home - 75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82 bid, 86 asked
Phoenix 100 bid, 102 asked
Planters 103 bid, 105 asked
Yanderbilt 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors 20 asked
M. and O. R.E. shares..37 bid, ... asked
M. A T. R.R. shre, 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & O. consols, 7s. ..118 bid, ... asked
M. A L. R. 1st m. 88...105 bid, ... asked
M isa.A T.R.R.ce,A.... 117 bid, 118 asked
Misa.&T.R.K.cs,B...106 bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wts. eer. I) 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s ...108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Dist. 4, 0? 97 bid, 98 asked
Tax. Diet. 6b 104 bid, 105 asked
Mem. Oas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 96 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil truFrt,...31i bid.32 asked
Pioneer Gotten Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Xem.6tor.Com.Co.100 bid, 102 asked
Ham. Oas stock 78 bid, 82 asked
' Niw York, July 29. Money on call
easy at 23 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper 4&5. Sterling exchanira
lall at 485 for 60 day bills and 487 for
Bonds Government bonds were
doll, with quotations a shade easier.
State bonds were dull, but firm. Kail
xoad bonds were moderately active and
fmerally heavy; sales, $2,945,500.
sxsb and Pacifio BJos, coupon off,
-furnished $473,000 of -this amount;
East Tennessee Coal Trust receipts,
$368,000,' and New Orleans Pacific
firsts, coupon off, $270,000, with a well
distributed business in other issues.
Prices sympathized somewhat with the
trading in shires. Final changes are
about equally divided between small
sains and small losses. Denver and
JEUo Grande Western, firsts, are up 1
at 84; Knoxville and Ohio, firsts, 1
at 102. Burlington, Cedar Rapids
and Northern, cod sol 5s, are down 2
Stocks The report of the Erie com
pany for June was published this
morning and the net earnings fell con-
siueraoiy snort oi tne estimates, sun it
is stated that the figures were known
in London on Tuesday, and that they
had influence on the trading in the
trpnk lines in that market and by the
London houses here. The news this
morning was about entirely of discour
aging character and to the usual ad
vices of damage brought was added re
port of renewed rate cutting in the
West, and a further decline in the
Price of silver. There was tree silling
fey foreign booses, of New York Cen-
Lake Shore. Missouri. Kansas
ay.i Texas and Louisville and Nash-
Tula. Michigan Central was the one
bright spot in the market, being con
spicuously strong in the face of the
general decline, and stands n'tuost
alone this evening in showing a net
advance for the day. Opening prires
were generally lower, but were with
in J to per cent of la-t evening's
final figures, in a majority of cases.
Western Uuion and Northern Pacific,
preferred, were each down J per cent.
Prices were weak from the opening,
but declined fractional amoutrs, only
the extraordinary ttrength dif played
by the Michigan Central railroad ral
lied the remainder of the lift.
Before noon, however, prices
were again upon the downward path
and continued heavy throughout the
afternoon, the market becoming ex
tremely dull and finally closed weak
at a slight rally from tbe lowest figures
reached. Highest piices were gener
allg made in the latter part of the first
hour and the lewest in the middle of
the last honr. The net result of the
day's business is a decline for almost
everything on the active list, but in
no case for more than per cent. Con
solidated Gas and Erie each declined
j; Northwestern ; Lake Shore,
Northern Pacifio preferred, and New
York Central each. Michigan Cen
tral is np I ; Cedar Falls and Minne
sota and Texas and Pacific per
The total sales of stocks today were
212,331; shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western 13,900 ; Erie,
14,095; Kansas and Texa, 9180; Lake
Shore, 10,(03; Louisville and Nashville,
6390; Michigan Central, 5176; Mis
sum Pacific 6080; Northwestern,
8010; New York Central, 5755; Pa
cific Mail, 3930; Reading, 6500; 6t.
Paul, 19,100; Texas Pacific, 14,700;
Western Union, 4585; Union Pacific,
9545; Northern Pacific preferred,
4717; Oregon Transcontinental, 3415.
U. S. 3l, 100.
4s, coup, 11J;.
4i, coup, 12i!'.j.
Pacifio 6i of 1895,126.
La. itampi, 4a, 77. Miaaonri, 61, 100 W
Tenn. lis, old, 63. Tenn. lis, new, b3
Cent. Pao. lata, 114V4. Den. 4 K.J.lsts,l21.
DenAR.a.W.Uto.SlSErie eoconda, 112.
M.K.AT.,Gen.6s.l;North. Pao. iaU,116.
North. Pao. 2da,llll. N. Western con., 143
N.Weit. deb. 6a, 110. St.L.S.V.Gen.M, 110
St. Paul, oon., 133. St.P.,C. A P. laU,119
T. P. land grante,43J..T.P..R.tJ. ax eou. 63
U. P. lata, 116. West Shore, 103.
Adama Express, 142. Morris E.,otJJ.,142
Allegheny Cen.,. Nashville 4 C, 59.
Alton 4 T. II.. 32. N. J. Central, 65.
All. H.,pfd.,H4. Nor. 4 W.,pfd.,43.
American Ex., 107. Northern Pac, 8.
B. C. R. 4 N.i 65. Northern P. pfd.,60.
Canada Pao., 60. C. 4 N. V., 112.
Canada Sou., 45. C. 4N.W plil.,140.
Central Pacifio, 42'. N. Y. Central, 113.
Chesapeake 40., 8. N. Y. C. 4 St. L., Vi-
C. A0.,lstpfd, lii.-N.Y.St.L.4C.p.,21.
u. aoi zu pd, it. unio central,
u. A A., WA. umo Jt M
n . . . i i isn "i l
C. A A , ptd., 150,
O. 4 Mijs..Dfd..9.
Ontario 4 West., 19.
oi. u. a a v.. vresuu nuv., iu,t.-.,
C.,St.L.4P., 11. Oregon Irana.,33
C, St. L. 4 P, p.,29.Oregon Imp., 19.
C.,8. AC, 28. Pacifio Mail, 57.
C.4A, 56. Panama, 98.
1)(J2 Had., 98. Peoria, D. 4 E., 25
DlEV 4 W., Pittsburg. 153.
Dea. TRIoOi, 28. Pullman P. 0., 137.
Erie, 32. Reading, 25.
L: . V...U T...J lOi!
C, St. L. N. O., . Oregon Nav., 103.
Vt Tenn.. 6?i. St. L. 4 S. P..
I IStTann. nfd. 134. St. L. 4 S. F..D..53'
jVitt Wayne, 147. 8t.L.AS.F..lat p.llu;
Hannibal 4 St. Jo.,- C. M. 4 St. P., 92.
U. 4 it. Jo., ofd.. - C. M. 4 St. P..D.122.
Harlem, ZW. St. P., M.4 M., 113.
Houston 4 T., 36. St. P. 4 Omaha,
Illinois Cen., 137. St.Paul40.pfd., 109.
Ind., B. 4 W.. 17. Texas Pacific,
Kansas 4 T. , 31. Union Pacific, 56.
Lake E. 4 W., 9. U. S. Express, 64.
Lake Shore, 87. W., St. L. 4 P., IVi.
Lou. 4 Nash., 44. W.,St. L. 4P.,p.,W
Lou. 4 N. A., 52. W. 4 F. Ex.. 127.
M. A C. firat pld , -.W. U. Tel., 66.
M. AO. pfd., . Colorado Coal, 26.
Mem. A Char., 36. Homestnke, 20.
Mich. Cen., 78. Iron SiWer, 190. '
M., L. S.A W.,69. Ontario, 29.
Min. A St. L., 20. Quioksilver.pfd, 27,
Min. A !jt. L.pfd,45. South Pacifie. .
Missouri Pacific. 1 10. Sutro, 11.
Mobile A Ohio, 15.
London, July 29. Consols, 101
for both money and the account.
Unitsd States bonds, 4i, 130J;
United States bonds, 4ja, 114.
Bar silver, 43jd per ounce. The bul
lion in the Bank of England increased
477,000 sterling curing tne past week
The proportion of the Bank of Ens
land a reserve to liability, which last
ween was 3H y-itj per cent, is now ii
per cent. Tbe amount of bullion gone
into the Bank of England on balance
today is Zi,mu sterling.
Paris, July 29. Three per cent,
rentes, 83f for the account.
Pabis, July 29. The weekly state
ment of the Bank of France shows a
decrease of 50,000f gold and an in'
crease of 1 ,900,0001 silver.
Chicago, III., July 29. Bank clear
Naw York. July 29. Exchanaes.
tao,uta,Mr, oatancee, jo,07,a4.
Baltimore, Md July 29. Bank
clearings.tlSS.OOC ; balances,$213,447.
Philadblphia, Pa July 29. Bank
clearings, $8,434,545; balances, $1,-
St. Loois, Mo., July 29. Bank clear
ings, $2,631,427; balances, $646,920.
Exchange on New York s'eadv at 50c
Boston, Mass., July 29. Exchanges.
$11,600,898; balances, $1,209,421. Rate
of money 6 per cent. Exchange on
JNew loric o to izie discount.
Thn Inpnl AAtfyin marVaf nnonarl
steady, and closed steady; middling,
c. oaiee, zzo Daies, an to spinners.
Hood Ordinary.... 8i
Low Middling 8
Good Middling.... 9
Dusty 7(318. .
Stains, tinges. ....... 8(j9
Haarais. July 29. 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1885..... 1,392
RacaIvaiI tswtav XI
Received previously. ..544,009 545,494
Shipped to-day..'. 106
uuuib cgnsumption to
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week.,
Since September 1st
M. and O. R. R
M. 4 T. R. R
L. and N. R. R
C, O. A 8. W. R. R
M., S. A B. R, R
Wagons and other sources..,
Thua far this week... '
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
L. and N. R. R iQ5
New York spots opened stead v and
closed steady and l-16,higher. Sales,
4718 bales, Quotations . were a tol-
Ordinary 6 15-16 6,
Good ordinary. 8 5-16 8J
Low middling. 9J 9 1-16
MiddUng. 9 9-16 9
Good middling 10 1-16 10
Middling fair-. 10 1 10 11-16
Fair 11 11 5-ki
New York futures opened steady and
closed quiet and steady. Sales, 81,
900 bales. The closing quotations
were as follows :
July -9.43 9.45 9.42 9 44
August... 9.43(4 9.44 9.42(5) 9 43
September...9.43 9.44 9 41(4 9.42
October 9.35 9 36 9.32
November...9 33 9.34 9.30 9.31
December ...9.35 9.3ti 9 33 9.34
January 9.44 9.45 9.42
Febraary 9.64 9.55 9.52 9 53
March 9.64 9.65 9.02 9.63
April 9.74 9.75 9.71 9.72
May 9.84 9.85 9 81 9.82
June 9.93 9.94
easy, and closed, quiet and firm ; mid
ding, 9 3-16c. Sales, 100 bales. Quota
tions were as follows:
Ordinary 7 7
Good ordinary 8J s
Low middling. .,..8 11-16 8 11-16
Middling ...9 3-16 9 3-16
Good middling...9 15 16 9 15-16
The New Orleans future market
opened steady, and closed quiet and
steady. Sales, 9700 bales. Quota
tions were aa follows :
Augnst 9 20 9.21
September. 99 9.00
October 8 86 8 87
November ..8.84 8.85
December 8 88 8 89
January 8.99 9 00
February ...9.11 9.12
March -9.23 9.24
April .9.35 9.36
May 9.47 9.48
9.34 9 36
9 4'. 9.48
DAILY port and interior markets.
Tone.l Rue. I Prices I Stock
Keceipts at porta, this day, 1866. ,686
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 106
1886. , 1885.
R'ts U. 8.
Jx. Gr. Br
Increase in receipts this year, 641,227.
At noon: Liverpool spots were re
ported steady, fair demand. Sales,
10,000 bales, of which American 8300
bales. Receipts, 7000 bales, of which
American 2600 bales.
The price axe given in pence and 64Mn,
thut: 4 63 meant 4 63-64(f; and 5 01
means 5 l-64f.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
quiet; July, 514d; July-AuguB
j August-September, 5 14i;
September-October, 5 lid; October
November, ; November-December,
; Dacember-Jaanary, ;
January-February, ; September,
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet; July, 6 15d sellers; July-August.
5 14d buyers ; August-September,
5 14d buyers; September-October,5 lid
value; October-November, 5 07d buy
ers; November-December, 5 (Kid buy
ers; December-January. 6 06d value;
January-February, 5 07a buyers ; Sep
tember, 5 15d sellers.
At 4 p.m: Liverpool futures were
steady; July, 5 15d sellers; July
August, 5 14d buyers; August
September, 5 14d buyers; September
October, 5 lid buyers j October-November,
5 07d buyers ; November-December,
5 06d buyers; December-January.
5 OOd buyers ; January-February, 5 07d
buyers; September, 5 15d sellers.
Corn White, 60c: mixed. 47c. from
store; from levee or depot, white, 45c;
mixed, 43 Jo; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 4950c ; mixed, 46J47c.
Hay Choice, from store. 7580c;
prime,70c ; prairie,50c ; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1212 50;
prime, sniz; prairie, $77 50.
Oats White, 39c j mixed, 37c,
from store; round lots from levee on
track white, sacked, 3536c; mixed,
Bran From store,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 50; pearl,
$3 50 from store, 5c cheaper from mill,
levee or track ; roller, $2 65.
Rice Louisiana, 4i6c: Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Flour From store, triple extra,
1 Zb; family, 4; choice, 4 25; fancy,
$4 50; extra fancy, $4 75: patent,
$5 255 50; in car lots, trible extra,
nominal; family, $3 353 50; choice,
$3 753 90; fancy, $4 054 15; extra
fancy, $4 354 60; patents, $55 15.
Cracked Whbat In half-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
Hominy and Grits From store.
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4)c; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 74c ; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted fumbles, 9o.
New Orleans, La.. Jnlv 29. Corn
excited and higher; in sacks, mixed
and white, 6556c; yellow, 6857c.
Oats firmer; choice Western in Backs,
4041c. Cornmeal stronger at $2 65.
Kahsas City, Mo., July 29. Wheat
irregular; No. 2, red, cash, 58 Jc bid,
August, 69o bid, 60Jc asked ; Septem-
cash,39cj August, 39j39fc; Septem
ber, 30 j39 jo; October, 40c bid, 404c
asked. Oats nominal ; cash, 29c bid.
St. Loois, Mo July 29.-Flour
steady ; XXX, $2 252 35 : family,
$2 402 50 ; choice. $2 903 10 ; fancy,
$3 403 60; extra fancy, $3 603 80;
patents, $4 204 40. Wheat dull,
but firm and higher. The market
opened steady and advanced c,but
immediately weakened, lost the gain
and ruled unsettled for a time. Later
a firmer tone prevailed and prices re
covered, closing c higher than yester
day; No. 2 red, cash, 75c; August, 75i
75c, closing at 75 Jc; September,
77177Jc, closing at 77fc asked; Oo-'
tober, 7979Jc, closing at 7ge. Corn
very, active, strong and higher; the
opening was excited and 2c higher
for September and lc higher for the
other options. A decline of 1 jc fol
lowed on reported reia'in Nebraska,
later rallied to, leu on jc, and ru ed
unsettled until the close, which was
jjc higher thai yesterday: No 2
mixed, 4l41Je; August, 41J421c,
closing at 41jc; September, 43.($45c,
closing at 43Jc; October, 44J45c,
closing at 44 Jo. Oats firm ami c
higher; No. 2 mixed, cash, 27i28c;
August, 271c bid; September, 291c;
October,' 30c asked. Rye firmer; 51 Jc.
Barley no market. Hav firlyactive;
prairie, $oS ; timothy, $912. Flax
seed strong at $1 09(? 1 09J. Bran
firm at 47c. Cornmeal strong at $2 35.
Receipts Flour, 3000 brls; wheat,
125,000 bu; corn, 28,000 bu ; oat, 38,
000 bu; rye. 201)0 bu; barley, none.
Shipments Flour, 8000 brla; wheat,
25,000 bu; corn, 3000 bu: oats, 2000
bu ; rye, 1000 bu ; barley none.
Chicaoo, III., July 29. The trading
was active again today in all tbe cere
als and the general tone was stronger.
September wheat wound up quite
strong at 77 Jc bat broke off under free
offering to 76 5 16c, rose again near
the close to outside figures andfi-
ished at near the high'st figures of the
day, cloeiog lo higher than yesterday.
Corn traders were nearly as wild as
ever, bulls not seeing any limit to
prices. All sorts of prices were quoted
on tbe curb. The close at 1 o'clock
yesterday was 4545Jc tor September.
Later it wai boosted up to 46jc. By 9
o'clock today it was soaring around
47Jc. There wore plenty of siles at
the open board at 47 jc ami reported
sales at 4Sc, but while plenty of men
heard of them none could name either
seller or buyer. It is extremel v doubt
ful if such price was paid. Tlie regu
lar session opened with 4747Jc bid
in different parts of tbe pit, which
was a place of the same wild excite
ment tbat has characterized tha open
ing for several days pint. The olhcial
report tailed first sales 47c,
which was an actual fact. Thn
market broke off later to 45;e and
cloeed at 46c. Oats ruled strong, in
sympathy with corn, but shaded off
and closed easy. Flour quiet and un
changed. Wheat active and generally
itronjier, closing Jo higher. ISr'cs
ranged:, July, 73j74Jc, closed 715c;
August, 7475c, closed 751 o; Sep
tember, 76 5-1677Jc, cloeed 77jc. No.
2, spring, 741743c No. 2 red, 76Jc.
Corn excited and higher, clos'ng jc
higher than yesterday; cash, (444Jc;
July, 44145Jc, closed 44c; VuguBt,
44i453c, closed 44Jc; September,
45547 Jc, closed 46c. Oats active and
firm early, closing easier; cash, 27jc;
August, 27i28Jo, closed 28c; Sep
tember, 295303.i, closed 29!c. Rye
quiet; No. 2, 53 Jc. Barley .quiet;
No. 2, til Jc. Flaxseed steady ; No. 1,
$1 12 J. Receipts Flour, 17,000 brls;
wheat, 132,000 bu; corn, 161.000 bu;
oats, 85,000 bu; rve, 4000 bu; bar
ley, 9000 bu. Shipments Flour,
3000 brls; wheat, 81,000 bu; corn,
389,000 bu; oats, 61,000 bu; rye
and barley, none.
Butter Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
Cheese Cream, 11c.
IIoo Products Mess pork, $11 50;
sugar cured hams, ll12jc; break
fast bacon, 8J10c; clear side pork,
7Jc; clear rib side pork, 6J7c;
long clear pnrk, 6jc: pork shoul
ders, 6c. ' Bacon Clear rib side,
7J7c. Lard Tierces, 6 J6Jc; half
barrels, 6j7c; kegs, 6jc; pails,
7J7Jc; half-pails, 7J7c;50 lb tins,
6jc; 20-lb tins, 6j7c; 10-lb tins,
7J7tc; 5-lb tins, 7c; 3-lb tins,
747Sc; choice kettle, tierces, 88ic
Fresh Meats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c; hind quarters of beef, 9c
lambs, $2 503 50.
New Orleans, La., July 29. Pork
strong and higher $10 50. Lard un
settled, but generally higher; refined
tierca $6 25637J. Bulk meats firmer;
shoulders, $5 87J ; long clear and clear
rib, $6 371(6 DO. uther articles un
St. Louis, Mo July 29. Provisions
active, strong and generally higher.
Pork 15c higher, $10 50. Lard firm,
$6 35. Bulk meats strong; loose lots
5c higher; long clear, $6 80; short
ribs, $6 40; short clear, $6 65 ; boxed
lots 10c higher: long clear, $637J;
short ribs, $6 60; short clear,$0 62,
Bacon strong; long clear, $6 85 0 90;
short ribs, $6 97J7; short clear,
$7197 20. Hams unchanged. But
ter dull but firmer; creamery, 1720c;
dairy, 1016c. ggs dull, o6o.
Chicago, III., July 29. Mess pork
active and higher ; cash, $9 97; Au
gust, $9 9710 12, closed at9 97J;
September, $10 07J10 25, closed at
$10 07 J ; October, $10 1010 35, closed
at $10 17. Lard steady ; firm ; cash.
$6 75; August, $0 706 87 J, closed
at $6 75; September, $6 Hj&o 9Zj,
closed at $6 82 J. Short rib sides
steady; cash, $6 17J. Baxed meats
steady ; dry salted shoulders, $6 10
6 15; abort clear sides, u 0(U vo.
Butter ruled steady; creamery, 13
18 jc; dairy, 15l5Jc. Eggs, lt)nc
910ic; prime Kio, 10Jllc; choice
to lancy, iijizjc; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20c.
Soap 315io per pound.
Sooar Pure white, 6jc ; off white,
6fc; yellow, 6j6c; open kettle,5J
53c; refined A, 6c; granulated, 7
7ic; powdered, 7jc; cut loaf, 7J7c.
Salt $1 25 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 27c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 6c cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7J8c.
Candles Foil weight, 10c.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en: Pineapples, $1 351 65; peaches,
2-1 h, standard, $1 35 1 55; seconds,
$1 10 1 15; tomatoes, 21b, standard,
$1 25 1 35; 3-lb, $1 151 30; straw
berries. $1 351 40: raspberries,
$1 151 25;. blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 601 76;
riars, $22 25; plums, $1 60
70; asparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $1 55 165; cove
ystera, full weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, fall weight, 2-lb, f 1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle. $7 75; Swiss, $6.
. Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2030c; prima to choice. 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c; common to fail, 20
25o: prime to choioe, 8033c ; centriT
ngal, fancy, 3234c
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 25
30o; other grades and styles, 3585o.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case ;
Ralph's, $10 26 per case; B. R., $9 60.
New York, July 29. Coffee op
tions a shade higher but quiet t sales,
9520 bags; November, 7.20c: January,
7.85e; August, 7.657.70o; September
and October, 7i7.80c Sugar dull and
easy; fair to good refining quoted at
4 U-164 13-16c; refined dull : off A,
5c; powdered, 6j6jo. Molasses
steady. Rice firm, demand fair.
Apples Dried apples, 2j3c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, S
31c from store.
Vegetables Onions. $2 75 from
store; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Uabbage, VI 76 s per crate.
Garlic, 4060c per 100. Turnips, 60c
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
California, $7. Lemons, $.S(ia per
box. Bananas, $1 502 50 per bunch.
Cocoanuts, $6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 71c; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75 ;loose, barrels, $6 ; half-barrels,
$3 D; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mixed,
hail 'barrels, $6.
Potatoes New, $1 25.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10 He for large; Arkansas,
walnots -French, 12c; Naples,15c
Grenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cideb New York, $6 50 per barrel
and $3 60 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 12 J
15c per gallon.
Poultry Chickens, $1 002 00;
eld bens, $2 252 50.
Gams Game fish, 11 12c.
Koos Scarce at 99jc.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 fi05; No. 2. $3 253 50; No. 3,
$3 753; 10-lb kit, No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3. 60c. Dry herrings,
family, 30c per box.
rOTTOSi SEED OIL, ETC.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton ; wagon at mills, $8.
Car-load lots. Prime crude C. S.
oil, 2225c; otf crude. 1620c;
prime summer yellow 0.tf.Oi!,3334cj
off summer yellow C. S. oil, 3233c;
Miner's summer yellow C. S. oil, 33
3 tc; Choice cookinit summer yellow,
343'ic: prime cotton seed meal, (f. o.
Less than car-load lots. rrime
summer yellow O. S. oil, 2830i;;
choice cooking summer yellow, 30
BAUUINU AND TIM, ETC.
Bagging Flag, 7J9Jc. Ties, $1 10
Nails $2 252 50.
iiidks and tallow.
Hioes Dry flint, 12J16c; dry
salt, 1012c ; green salt,7tJc; green,
56c ; deer skins, 1517c. Beeswax
dull at 2021c; tallow, 33Jc.
WHISHT, WINES), LiqCOKS, ET
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $ I 606; rye, $1 756; domes
tic, 0c$l 60.
SSt. Louis, Mo., July 29. Whisky,
Chicaoo, III., July 29. Whisky
firm, $1 12.
Cincinnati, O , July 29, Whisky
firm. Sales of 996 barrels of finished
goods on a basis of $1 07.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, He per gallon.
Cleveland, O., July 29. Petroloum
steady; s. w., 110, 7Jc.
Pittsiiuro, Pa., July 29. Petroleum
firmer and fairly active; opened at
65o, advanced to 6(Jc, and at 1 p.m.
68c was bid.
Cattle Choice grass fed, 3J3Jc ;
good, 33ic; fuir to medium, 2J
2Jc; common, H2c.
Hoas Choice, 3j4c; good, 3J
3Jc; common, 33Jc.
Sheep Choice, 313 Jc ; medium, 2
3c; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 5c.
Kansas Oity.Mo., Jnly 29. The Live
Slock Indicator reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 1477 head; shipments, 1012
neaai maraot weak and 10c lower, ex
cept ior good cows, which are steady;
onn.l tf nhnins OIU.AJ (111 . nnmmr...
to medium, $3 403 80;stockers, $2 40
in; lUBuers, j ouchj iu; COWS,
$1 502 75; gra?s Texas steers, $2 00
3 10. HoKs-Receipta, 8715 head;
shipments, 2126 head; choice 5c high
er, others about steady ; good to choice,
$4 754 95; common to medium, $1 40
(on u. etneep jiecelptu, 424 head;
shipments, 111 head; market steady;
good to choice, $2 4()3 ; common to
medium, f l ou!' .
Chicaoo. Ill . July 29. The Drown'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts, 10,-
ouu uchu ; HiupineniB, head ;
maraet mill, limy iuc lower;
shipping steers, 950 to 1500 lbs,
$3 505 ; stockors and feeders, very
low and dull, $2 403 70; cows,
bulls and mixed, $1 60.') 60;
duik, t-' bu(t)' w; through Texans,
510c lower: cows, $2 152 40;
?rassers. $2 503 Wi. Hogs Receipts,
7,500 head; shipments, 3000 head;
market steady; common, lower;
rougu ana roixeu, W'ii W ; pack
ing and t hipping, $4 70(45 15; light
weights, $4 155; skips, $2 60
4. Sheep Receipts, 5400 headj
shipments, 400 head; market slow and
a shade lower; natives, $1754;
Western, $2 503 40; Texans, $1 75
NEW YORK DUT UOODN HABHET.
New York, July 29. There was
more life to the demand for all classes
of goods today. Low and medium
bleached cottons have done better and
stocks are well cleaned up and prices
are firmer and dearer. Brown cottons
were in improved request. The tone
of the market is firmer with a larger
volume of business of daily increase
tnronaa deliveries on oruers. lae
auction sale of colored blankets passed
off very satisfactorily and prices were
a surprise to all, in consequence of
wnicu mere was more attention and
new businors with agents. Among
the chief buyers were Bochman Bros..
of California: J. II. Wear, Booguer A
r.n anil Klw A, Wallru. I'r. U 1
J. M. Robinson 4c Co. and Bamberger,
Bloom A Co.. Louisville; Alms A
Doepke, Rio, Stix & Co., and ieo. H.
T,A Inina A Cr. f.lnM ...ll . Tt T n
enstein Sc Bros . Memphis; Marshall,
rieia ec uo., Chicago; and t.tnkce,
Warner A Schurmeyer, St Paul.
1 totnf ymrt 1 jr Ccort PlaM, tow M
A newtftrty ats mH UfHyiiMaiii fkrMdUa ud UM
Mt a rfftl, M bif ttTMOaM Will UOV. .
bprmtmrrh sad " tmpimmej,
UttitrawU orMir itMM la JWU, himI Wfwm U m
ttirir ratri, r othor m, suaal prodttsltti oakaaf jmIsV
totlai effwta: NrrousDM. Baoiloal Kinl4raa, Jtt ti
ftnoa by 4rtw, U)nuM f Btfht. Desire V, jp
cftjf4ar, Fini'iMoB re. A wwto u fW4tty '. Fema s
joaftistoi f .'deas, Ioi of 0iual Fowtf, w4 reooawLoti
artlafe unprotr r unjhue.f , ar lwwigklr aA aRuav
-DtJf BtirwT b YPHlL IS 9"Mf
toy m xU ) Oonorrh v
QIaEET, HLrtetm, OroAKis, 75 Jbiw
fiW-s ft4thW pdf H) HIiimsi cjatcklr euraai.
H Uwff-eTldfO UlsU Bphf klMlkSM'l spaMtftl ftttMOaBI
ft rUJs a4ta of dlWMij. tn4 tnuti ItevMada imi
litf. SataiuIrM 0mI kill. iVyrtTiBaW kaowlBf thM tea oftart
rcrosnmroal prooi to my otr, Whn h ta fijiiTrL(ni t
fifUtbtfll; fof traWiVM)t, BiihIMr Ml tt MM ttnitJf
al isM; by m-H r upmt ftjwbr,
Cnr OnrMLtxl ta all Cmmc
foUSkUlAVtiajtiS pt-Kiftll7 9f b WMSJaf frajf ftfjd Iftvttaj4
Ckarga rMMnia)i ud mmmpaatoMt itnoUf Hrnft hvrtstaV,
'V)) ftsnu. Bhotabl U ra4 br kiL lA&nm fit bor
T WILL rosajlTt blda until 10a. k.. AuiiI
X 3. 1HM, for tha) cleaning ont tad naBorins
tha flirt from on olitern In th Coartkont
yard. All dirt to b rajmorad froaa tb pram
Isei br tha contractor. All cara to ba takao
to prsiarv tka wall ( tha eiatarn. Ib
right to rajaot any bid la resarrad.
v. v. Diauuuiaa, vaatraaa.
RIVERS AD STEAMBOATS
Friara Point ..-.Jixas Lai, S p.m.
Osceola ...CoiBOKt,'5 p.m.
Cincinnati Buckcti Stati, i p.m.
White Hirer Friddii Kohinso, 5 p.m.
White River Alrcrta No. 3, i p.m.
New Orleans Annuo P. Sn.vca, 5 p.m.
Vickiburir City or Cairo, 6 p.m.
St. Lonia Arkansas Citt, a p.m.
MOV KM KM IH AT THK LBVEK.
Arriralt. Kate Adams, Arkansas
City; U. V. Hchencs, Mer Orleans;
Gnyoto, Tipton ville; Coahoma, Usee
ola. Delirium Kats Adams, Arkansas
City ; V. P. Pchenck, Cincinnati ; Gay
iW Due Down.CAy of Providence,
Buckeye State and Nellie Quill.
lioat Ihie I'p. James Lee, Ed. Fos
ter, Alberta No. 3, Bella Memphis and
Boat in Port. Coahoma.
U. P. Scbenck 69 brls sugar.
Gayoso tltKt sks corn, 0 coops chick
ens and lot sundries.
Kate Adams 12 bales cotton, 121)3
sks seed, 273 sks corn, 1 cow and 4t
Coahoma 5 bales cotton, 13 sks
seed and lot snndries.
Tiik Anchor Line steamer Annie
P. Silver, Capt. Wm. Thompson, will
puss down tomorrow evening for New
Thb Anchor Line packets tomorrow
evening are tho City of Cairo, for
Vicksburg, and tho Belle Memphis,
for 8t. Louis.
Tiik Alberta No. 3, Capt. A. B.
Smith, gnes out tomorrow evening at
5 o'clock for White river. 11, C. Wil
ton is in her otlice.
Tiik Coahoma, Capt. Henry Cooper,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock,
for Osceola and the upper bends.
Wm. Smither is in her ollice.
Tun Janus Lee, Cnpt. Thcs. ClaBeett,
is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Helena, Friar's l'oiot and
all way landings. Will Ashford has
charge of her ollice
Thb Milt Harry Line steamer Fred-.
tlte Kobinson, Uapt. Milt H. Marry, is
tho packet tomorrow evening for all
points on White river, soins throunh
to Newport and making connections
with packets for upper White and
Black rivers. Hugh Smith and James
baulebury are tier clerks,
Tub Buckeye Stato, Capt. II. J. Vin
ton, will doubtless be found In port this
niornios and leaves attain this even
inn at 6 o'clock for Cairo. Louisville,
Cincinnati, and all way landings on
theOhio River. Geo. W. Uendriukson
and Chas. Vinton are her clerks. The
Buckeye Btate will give cheap rates to
all points North and Kast.
Weather clear and warm
Not a pacaet in port at dark last
Thb Gayoso was in and out on time
Tut Buckeye Htale will be in port
Tub tug V. M. Jones was inspected
yesterday and found all U. K..
Receipts by river yesterday 1
bales cotton aud 12J3 sks seed.
Tub Coahoma arrived last evening
from Osceola and reports the City of
m. Louis grounded at island Hi at 11
o clock Wednesday night,
Tub Kats Adams arrived yesterday
morning from Arkansas City with 12
bales of cotton, 12IU sacks of sued, 273
sicks of corn, a lot of sundries, and
returned last evening with a lair trip.
As the steamer Kate Adams was
coaling at Terrene Wednenlay morn
ing, Anderson Bailey, one of tbe
roustabouts, missed his fpoting and
fell into the water , between tbe boat
and barge and was drowned. His
body was not recovered.
Tub local inspectors Of New York
recently revoked the license of James
A. llogan and John Sheehan, pilots of
steam veecels. for violation of section
441(1, United Ktates Revised Statutes,
in not having their licenses as pilots
in frames under glas, and placed in
conspicuous places where they could
be seen on tneir respective boats.
KIVEB1 AMD WKATHKB.
Omci Siomal BanvicE, U. 8. A.,
Memphis, July 2t, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 70 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOths lOtlis lOths
Cairo 11 8 3
Chattanooga ... 4 7 2
Cincinnati 0 5
Davenport 1 7 2
DubiKpie 2 8
Fort Smith 2 2 4
Keokuk 2 1
Helena 14 1 6
Ia Crosse 3 1 2
Leavenworth... K 3
Little Hock 7
liuisville 6 4 ........ 1
Memphis 10 0 5
Nashville 3 2 1
Now Orleans... 6 6 2
Pittsburg 6 8 2
St. Loois 8 7 2
Bt.Paul 2 6
Hhreveport 2 1
Vicksburg 14 7 3
Daaarer l.lao-Feet and tenths of a loot
above aero of seme I
Cairo, 40 feet.
inaiianoota. -a leal.
Eort bmlth, 22.
s.vea worth, 20
New Orleans, 18.2.
Bt. Paul, 7.
La Croaae, 24.
Little Rock, 23.
Bt. Louis. 32.
Pittsbubo. July 29. Noon River 3
feet 3 inches on tha gange and fall
ing. Weather clear and hot.
Whuo,W.Va., July 29. Noon-
River 4 feet 10 inches on the gange and
rising. Weather clear and warm.
Evansvillb, Ind., July 29. Noon-
falling, with 7 feet 2 inches on the
gauge. Departed: Ohio, Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, July 29. Noon Rivei
9 feet 2 inches on tbe gauge and sta
tionary. Weatber clear and warm;
Louisvillb, July 29. Noon River
stationary, with 5 feet 3 inches in the
canal and 3 feet 1 inch on; the falls.
Business ami. w earner clear and
hot. Arrivedi Mary Houston, New
Cairo. July 29. Noon River 1 1 feet
8 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather fair and hot. Arrived : City
of Providence, St. Louis, 7 p.m. ; City
of Vicksburg, Vicksburg, 10 a.m.;
tfucieye State, uincinnati, midnight.
Departed : City of VIcksbunr.Ht. Louis.
midnight; City of Providence, Vicks
burg, 3 a-m. ; Buckeye state, Memphis,
Memphis & Cincinnati pk't Co.
FOB tO DATS 4VLT -.
Commenoini IT k. Tha Klennt
Mar 1st. T -V'.-r-r SttAnera
Buckeye State, Ohio & Jas. W. Baft
Thl (Companr will ell R0DND TED
riUKKIo friu Memphis to Louisville,
Cincinnati, and all utern Citiea,
sreatly KeJucad Rates.
- Ticketa include Meali and 8tate-roos;
Keturn tickets rood on any boat in the lino
Eaoh boat carries a fine atrini Band.
BOATS LEAVE MEMPHIS
Mondays and Thursdays at 5 P.M.
For information inquire of C. B. RU8
iELL, Aunt, U Madison etreet, Memphis.
enn. R. W . W 1SK, 8nn't.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOTJI8.
Bt. Loata and Nw Orleaaa Aaaiator
f,la-U.M. Mall-CAIRO 4 ST. LOOU.
Will luva Ih VlaMM,'. ff A TIT R Ii ?v i?.1?
31st, at 6 p.m. For lamyfct ar.Mue'aniiL
C. h. Ilii.t .fms. A' AD lCOR.H,p't;
Hi. Loata aait H fw Oafrnaa Aaraer
I.lae-V.N. Mall-FOK VICKSBURi.
Vlty oi C airo, SXTl
Llghtner master, awtSaeS3
Will leave the Klevator. SATIKUA. julf
31st, at ti p.m. For Ireiiht or nwseite anuly
O. li. Hu,.P. Ag't. Al ST"HM. An t
KOR NEW OlsT.EANS.
For Vicksburi, Nntchei and New Orleans
The elerant aleumer
Ann e P. Silver,
Wm. 11. Thomnson mAtpr
Will leave the Klevntor SAl'lHlMV, July
:lst, at ft p.m. Fur freight or rasfRKe Pi'lr
V. I.. Hai.i , P,A't. Al STdK M , 'J
FOR TIPTON VILLE.
For Oaceola, Halea Point, Caruthersville,
uavoao ana munnviiie ine new steam
W. P. Uall master I It. 0. Mlcliell
will leave aa above, and all war point.
KVE11Y MONDAY and THURSDAY at I
Memphla,l'lare Point aaaaampau
aud ttaooola Pavae (leneaar,
for Helena, ttlendale, Friara Point and all
War Landings titeamer
l nines Iee,
J. H. Cooper, masUr....J. W. Suutb.ri.ofer
Will leave as above on everr MoNOAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 o'oiook.
For Randolph, Fnlton, Oaceola and Waj
. T. OlaaMtt... master I Piatt Rbooea..e,erk
Leaves ever MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boaU of this
line reaarve the right to pass all landitaa
the eaptaln mar deem nnaafe. OOoe, N til
JAMFH I.KR, J.
Memphis White Hirer I'ktCo
For 4'larendoa, Oevalla Alan, Dew
Arc, Augusta, bearer, Newport, Jaokioa
port, Uatesvllle and all War Landings.
NTH. t 'II AHA W, .A
K, C. Poatal...;. - ' " Vt
Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY ati p.nT
TH. AI.HF.KTA NO. , ' ,rT"fc
Albert B. Hiulth master jl-OH
Will leave EVERY BA lb RIMY at & p.m.
Through ratea given to all points. Freight
consigned to the Memphis and White River
Packet Co., at Memphis or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general informa
tion apply at office, No. 3 Madison at.,ori
Cull Telephone V-'. It. CLOWK, Ast. .
FOR WHITE lUVEUT
MEMriUS & WHITE ltrVKK P'K'
For Ilelena, Terrene, De Valla Bio If, Dea Ars,
Auguata. Hearer, Newport and Bateerilse.
Will leave aa above SATURDAY at ft ..
Through ratea to all uolnta. Freight con
algnod to Milt Uarry Line, Memphis, wiU be
promptly forwarded. P. P. PKA3I.
The St. Francis Itlver Transportatroa
Oo.'a Fine Bide-W heel U. H. Hail HUamer
JKd Foster, ,yg'
vr e V U'l I u lUMKUl
WILL LKATK MEMPHIS) EVKBY
at 5 o'clock, for Marianne, the Out-Off, an 4
Intermediate landinga on tit. Franola river.
The captain reaerrea the right to rasa ej
landinga he deems unsafe. JAB. LEE, JY.,
Hunerlntendeet. OWce. No. I Madison SL
ilenipbls and Vlckubarg I'ackett'oni
pany (J. 8. flail Line.
For Helena, Consordia, Terrene anal Arkaa
aaa City The elegant passenger gteamer
KATE ADAMS. tC
M. R. Cheek... master I W. C. Blanker ...olerl
EVERY MONDAY and TUURBDAT, at
f . m., reserving the right to paaa all leadings
heoaptaii may deem nnaafe. For general
information apply at offloe. Mo, 4 Madiaoa
atreet. H. WALWOHTU, Ataiaf.
JOHM OARR.Pasa'r Aeent. Telephone IT.
Arkansas Illver Pk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
D T, U l.L .
o. ii. Diuiin... .uisir r tmmiii n
jjearea siemi nis every njnniiAi, at p.m
U. V. L.UWK, Agent,
OHC, No. 9 Madison at. Telephone No. 3.
No. 6'V, R. D -In the Chancery Court o(
IShelby County, Tenn. TboSupreme Lodge
of the Ancient Order of United Workmen
vs. A. W. Johnston et al.
It appearing from the bill which, ia awora
to in thia cause that tbe defendants. John E.
Woodlock, W. Woodlook and Margie Wood
lock, are non-resident" of the Stale of Tse
neesee, and tbat the residence of the defend
ant, Leo Woodlook, la unknown and canneC
be ascertained after diligent inqoiry :
It ia therefore ordered, Tbat said four de
fendants last above named make their ap
pearance herein, at the I'ourthoeseof hbeliy
county, in Memphis, Tenn., on or befora
the first Monday in Beptomber, lSiei, a net
tlead, answer or demur to complainant's
ill. or the same will ba taken for confeseeet
as to them, eaid John R. Woodloek, W.
Woodlock, Meggie Woodlook and Leo Wood
lock, and set for hearing eg parte: and that
a eopy of tbia order be published once a
week, for four successive weeks, in the
Memuhls Daily Anneal. This 19th da of
July. IN. A copy attest:
h. i. mcuunebb, iieri ana muter.
By II. F. Walsh, Deputy C. and M.
John Frieaell, Bol. for compl'te, tne
Circuit Court of Shelby county, Teaaeitee
Klale Moody vs. William Moody.
It annearinc to the Court that on the 5th
day of March, 1HS6, tha petitioner, Elaia
Moody, tied her petition in this Co art
against tka (aid Williaea Meedyi and that
en the 8th day of March, 18, a s.
Ena to anawer wae iasued against said dje
idant by the Clerk of tbia Court requtrtifc
m to appear in the cauae and nuke de
lense. which waa niaeed in the bands ef tnti
BheriS of Shelby eoanty and by niaa e
turned March 10, 1SN6. defendant not to ha
found in big eoualyt and thereupon on tm
6tb day of April, aa aliaa summons
wae issue eommanalng inesneril tosam
non said defendant teaDDearin the oanja
on the third Monday in May, IMo, to ans-aor
the petition of theaaid Blaie Moody, and use
Sheriff, having made return on tha 17th of
May, m, that a'ter diligent search made
the defendant, William Moody, waa not 10
be found in hia county:
It ia therefore ordered, adjudged and de
creed, That publication onoe a week, for
four oonsecutive weeks, be made in the Mem-
phla Appeal, a newapaper punnsnea in ooei
By eoantv, requiring tbe eaid William Moody
te personally be and eppear in this cause on
the third Monday in September next, then and
there to anawer tbe petition of the eaid hUiie
Moodi.or the same will be taken aa con
fessed and the cans will be tried ex parte.
A eopy attest : jusitru i in., vierg.
By tteo. J. Campbell. Deputy Clerk.
James Oallagher, Att'y for prf. to
UAMTrn AUENTB.Men and Women.
W Atl I LU to sell " THB CHILD'S
. n .no . . )...; U D-M f II 1i
V . -1 I n.tin. k m U T 11 Via
nt,D.D. One agent haa sold 6 Sin a town
674 people: one 73 In a village, of TM uaej
iw agent lift in 10 days: one IS two aieeees
axai one eu in e aays at two uiu.r-n..
. Experience notnecaaaary. Aldreat
eu tarooro a.r. vaiogv.
I ClrfVilelngAseuiy at ateaara.
i W.AYIKA tattttftf aaftvdsed weaPs