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MEWinS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY, AUGUST
5,
188G.
MAKE 1D COMM.
ONEI FEB CENT., NEW YORK
EXCU1KGE 14 PEEXIU1. r
it'to
ton Steady Middling;, 9 8 8e
Saleg Yesterday, Un-Important.
'M
Money in fair demand at 8 per cent.
oal securities dull.
The cotton market closed steady;
piddling steady, 92c Sales, unimport-
At New York yesterday spo's closed
leady and l-16c lower; middling, 9 Jc.
A leading New York cotton circular
lays: "Acotner heavy unloading oi
ong' cotton, accompanied by a con-
hderable 'short' celling on European
,c:ount, broke the market again eeven
b eight pointj. The uncertain silver
tuition and rumors oi Manchester
.p-t time created depressing in-
uencei. Toward tne cioee me oe-
haud improved somewhat, and a few
oints react'on followed withcompara-
vfcly steady tone, but the demand
ka? light and buyers evidently not
nx"oas."
At New Orloans spots were dull
ndeasy; middling, 9 316c; futures
u:et and steady; August, 9.08c.
At Ivtr, o:l spots wera cold in buy-
ra' favor; middling, 5 5-16i; futures
break; August, 511-64d.
In the genetal market hog products
Ire weak and lower; mess pork, $11 25.
:ge scarce at 12c.
IMPORTS.
Twothcunand one hundred and thir-
v-three rlls bailing, 120 pkes bacon, 7
kkgs boots and shoes,1000 bu corn, 711
files cotton seed, 6 pkgj dry goodp, 34
iks eggs, J2o oris Hour, no bales Day,
2 okas bate. 7 head sheep. 3 head cut-
le. 4 pkits lard. 47, 00 J feet lumber, 5
bkgs liquors, 1G00 bu cats, 1 car pork
idee, 303 brls sugar, BU pkgs to bacco.
XLBVATOB REPORTS.
The following shows the amount of
brain received, withdrawn and in store
y regular elevators, as reported to
he Merchants' Exchanee today:
fJorn received, 4179 ; withdrawn, 2G15
pu ; in store, 6198 bu. Oats received,
p.261 : withdrawn, J66; in store, 7403
bu. wheat received. none: withdrawn.
Eone ; in store, 8190 bu.
ronsr i. nobtos
9 Madison St., Memphlfi, Tenu.,
i DEALER IN
ISTOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
AMERIOAN roTIOlK,
OIL TKUNI CEUntlCAIES,
FINANCE.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing House report is as fol
lows:
CLBABINOS.
Wednesday, August 4th, $149,826 54 ;
tbus far this week, $451,900 60; fame
time lact week, $897,988 8'j; sametime
1X85, 4:17,733 52; same time 1884,
$439,359 09.
BALANCES.
Wednesday, August. 3d, $(i6,942 60;
thus far this week, $145,724 71; fame
time Jatweek, Ji-iL',Mi7 24; same time
1885, $133,690 31; same time 1884,
$73,312 96.
EICHANGB.
New York sight on all points, par
buying, 1 premium Belling; New
England demand, discount buying;
New England sight, discount; New
Orleans, f discount baying, par selling.
BANK STOCKS.
iiBankof Oommerce14o bid, 149 asked
?Utf rut National 150 bid. 155 asked
f Uermau Bank -192 bid, 196 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 aBked
Union and Planters 1 50 bid, 153 asked
Mercantile Bank-.135 bid, 137 asked
IN8DBAMCB STOCKS.
Blufl City 100 bid, ...
Hernando 100 bid, ..
Home ..75 bid, 80
asked
asked
asked
asked
asked
asked
anked
ajked
asked
asked
Memphis City 102J bid, 10r
Peoples 80 bid, 83
Phcanix :S bid, 100
Planters 107 bid, ...
Vanderbilt- 25 bid, 26
Arlington 30 bid, ...
Factor ..... 20
MlftCBIXANEOCS.
M. and O. R.R. shares.,30 bid, ... asked
M. & T. R.R. shrs, 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & 0. consols, 7s. ..110 bid, ... a?ited
M.& L. R.lt m. 8s... 105 bid, ... asked
Mi8a.&T.E.R.M,A.116 bid, 118 asked
Mi88.4T.R.R.cs,B...104 bid, 106 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 1). ..90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. eer. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s... 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 97 bid, 08. asked
Tax. Dint. 69 .104 bid. 105 asked
Mem. (4na bonds. .....104 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds-. ..97 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works ... bid, 65 asked
Am.CoUOiltrnst,...S2 bid. SCatked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.8lor.Oom.Oo..l06 bid, 103 asked
Mem. Una sto:k .75 bid, 80 asked
Ex-dividendi.
Kbw York, Augnet 4 Mony on
call easy, ranging frem 2 to 4 percent.
Prime mercantile paper 4(5iI. Btetlinc
exuhangs dull at 48 j for 00 day Mill
and 4StiJ for demand.
Bjnda Uovnrnmeut bonds were
dull end tady. Stats bonds
were qniet and firm. Rnrrnad bonds
were dull and Bteady, except for ftie
3Ea?t Tennessee and Texts Tafiite
issues, which wtre ctronn. Boston
parlies bought the lat'er, and ihcyaoj
mt l.nntinn LiffHup tfinirrlif l-n, ftj'i T
Uin, ti thld amnnnt l'n'
ynu racine incomes coninouia wyh,.
(JOO. E st Tennessee incomes $768,000,
and Texas raeihc (Kioaj, coupon on,
$203,000.
Stocks Thecommittee on the stick
list listed to-day $300,000 additional
bonds nnd er the consolidated mortgage
of the St. Paul, Minneapolis aed Maui
toba Bilrid Company. London news
was the chief inflaenc aflect'ng vl-
ue and it continued its tales in the
early trading, and the market yielded,
but later in tbe day there was some
baying for London account, and the
decline ceased. There was almost no
news of any note received this morn
ing, except the charges of rate cnt'ing
made by the trunk lines igiiost each
other, which wera prompty denied.
There was lit'le feature to the market
in the morning, fluctuating mostly for
small fractions only. After noon
heavy ealea of Lake Shore caused
break oi 1 per cent., and toward the
clo'e cable dinpatch ws circulated
leia'lng that the Panama Canal Com-
iuib yi mm ivpwhnh
favorable to Pacing Mail, and on active
IrAdlnj ike stock went up abeet 1
per cent, most of which was regained
at the close. Louisville and Nasbville
and Omaha were promioently ftrong
durintf tbe dar. Tbe op mat was at
irregular changes from last evening's
cloe, tne moot important acini oe
cHnesof in Miaouri Pacific and J in
Michigan Cent) at, and an advance of
i inLnnisvilla and Nashvillo. In the
early dea'ingi there wai much irreju
larity and some fevetUhness manifest
ed, and the market steadiei at noon,
being generally fractions lower than
tbe opening at that time. The attack
upon Lake Shore followed, but was
the last effort to break prices, and a
slow improvement look pla?e under
the lead of Pacific Mail and Louisville
and Nashville, th mtrket finally dol
ing quiet and steady. Final figures
generally show losses of i to per
cent., tbe latter in Lake Shore.- Nor
folk and Western and Texas and
Pacific are each np g per cent.
The total sales of stocks today were
199,073 shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 11,150;
Erie, 7675; LaVe Shore, 20,185; Loui
villeand Nashville, 16,050; North ws'
em, 53(0; New Jercoy Cnt-al, 3780;
New York Central, 6675; Pacific Mail,
9175; St. Paul, 15,32i; St. Panl and
Oinaos, 9985; Texa Pacific, 13,485,
Union Pacific, 15,600; Western Union,
11,725. Closing quotations :
QOVIRMIINTS.
U. B. 3, Vm 4s, eoap, 12T.
iy,i, coup; Paoifio 6t of lt, 126.
BONDS.
Lft. UmM, 4s, 79 Missouri, 6t, 100$.
Cent. Ptc. ins, 115. Hon. A H.(i.Ut.W.
len4R.(l.W.l ta,82XKrn seconds, 112
M K.AT.,aen 6s,96. North. l'o. lsts.li"!.
North. Pao. 2ds,101. N. Wentern con., 143
N.vVe'f. deb. 5s. llOVJ.St L.S.F.Oen.M, UK'S
St. Psal, con., lS2'i. St.P.,C. A P.lsls,121.
T. P- laod irnts,5U.T.P. R.O. eicou. Giii
V. P. tuts. W4. West Shore. 10
Tenn.6e, aet'aiit, 106. Tenn. 5s, set uit, 102.
Tenn. 3s, set'mt, 80.
STOCKS.
Adami Express, U2. Morris E.,offd ,141.
Allegheny Cen., . Nashville 4 C, 58.
Alton AT. U.. 34. N. J. Central, 5
A M T. U., I'M.. 73. Nor. k W., pfd.,44.
American Ex., 109J4. Nortotrn Pao.,i8ti.
B. C. H.tti., 70. Northern P. pfd.,61.
Canada Pao., C A N. W., 114.
Canade Sou., 4fi. 0. A N. W pld..l41-.
Central Paoifio, iVi- N. . Central, llol4.
Chesapeake AO , M N. Y. C. A tit. L., 9.
C. A 0., lsipfd, 17. N.Y.O ASt.L..p.,21.
0. AO., 2d ptd., 11. Ohio Central, .
C.&A.,W,. Ohio A Miss., 21. f
C. A A , pld., 150. 0. A Miss., pfd., 9
C B. A Q., 135M- Ontario A West.,
C, Bt. L. & N. O., -. Oregon NaT., 108X.
C, St. L. A P., IS. Oregon Trans. ."iJi.
C., St. L. A P, p. ,32. Oregon Imp., 18.
C.,8. A 0 .28. Pacific Mail, bH.
C.AC., 59. Panama, 9.
Del. A Hud . 99V Peoria, D. A E 25.
Del., A W., 1K PitUburg. 153.
Den. A Klo O., 28. Pullman P. C, 135.
Krie, 82'4. Reading, 25.
brie ila., Rook Island, W.
East Tenn., 7. St. L. AS. J., 26.
East Tenn. pfd. 14. t. L. A S. F p., 5M4.
Fort Wayne, 148. St.L.AB.F.,lst P.lIuJi
Hannibal A 8t Jo.,- C. M. A St. P., 93; i.
U. A St. Jo., pfd., - C. M. A St. P..P.12
Harlem, 238. St. P.. M.A M., 115.
Houston A T., 36 St. P. A Omaha,
Illinois Cen., 1384. 8t.PanlAO.Dfd.. 111.
Ind., B. A W., 17. Texas Paoiffo, Wi.
Kansas A T., 317-,. Union Puilt, bW.
Lake E. A W., 11. U. S. Express, 65K.
Lake 6hore. W., St. L. A P., 174."
Lon. A Nash.. 46. W.,8t. L. AP.j.,30?4
Lou. A N. A., 55. W. A F. Ex., 146. .
M. A C. first pld., -.W. U. Tel.,
M. AO. pfd., . Colorado Coal. 2M.
Mem. A Char., 36. Homestake, 21.
Mich. Cen., 81H. Iron Silver, 150.
M L. S.A W ,67. Ontario. 19S
M.,L.S.W.,rfd.91.Quioksitver, 6.
Min. A 6t. L., 2(J. Quicksilver.pfd,4.
Min. A St. L.pfd,45.South Paoifio, .
M ssouri Pncific,ll2. Sutro, 21.
Mobile A Ohio.
Loudon, August 4. Consols, 101 5-16
for Onto, mouey ana tne account.
The amount of bullion eone into the
Bnnk of England on balance today is
60,000.
Paris, August 4 Three per cent,
rents?, 821 67Jc for the account.
BANK CLEARINGS.
Chicago, III., August 4. The bank
clearing were 111,698,000.
Baltimorb, Md., Aneust 4. J3ank
clearings, $ 2,140,-.'81 ; balances, 1314,.
ti07.
Philadelphia, Pa., August 4.
Bank cleariug.', 411,804,005 ; balances,
$1,5I!S,584.
Nbw York, August 4. Cleaning
hou e statement fcxitlianges, iU8,Jb6,'
109; ba'.ancw, 13,841,255.
Boston, Mass., August 4 C'ear
irgnotife statement Excbangts, $12,'
828074 ; balances, fl ,492,024.
St. Louis, Mo., Angust 4. Bank
clearinaB, 112,902,402; balance", S5U1,.
642. Exchange on New York firmer
at2E60c discount.
COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and close! steady; middling,
9gc. Sales unimportant, all to spin
ners. EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Yeater.iay. - Taesday,
Ordinary 7 7!
Good Ordinary.... 8 85
Low Middling 8Z 8j
Middling 9 9j
Gool Middling.... 91 91
Middling fair 104 104
Fair.- Norn. Xom.
Dusty 78J . 7(8i
Stains, tinges 8'a.O 80
COTTON STATEMENT.
MaupEiB, August 4, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1,1885 1,392
Received to-day 175 .
Received previously ...544,258 545,825
Shipped to-day 50
Shipped previously.... 539,904
Home consumption to
date 135 640,088
Stock ranningacconnt 5,733
Import.
Than far thB week ' 299
Thus far last week 300
Since September 1st 644 433
M. and O. . 4
L., N. O AT. R. R
M..S &B R.E 3
fctramera , -. 162
Wagons and othor sources 6
Total 175
Eaovrt).
Thus far this week 2150
Thus far lust week ... 3,075
Since September 1st 539,054
SteamersKorth-..... 60
Total 50
New York spots opeaed quiet and
steady and closed steady.. Sales, 474
bales. Qnotatiins were as follows:
Yesterday. Tuesday.
rdinary '.. 6 0 15-10
Good ordinary. 8 8 a-16
Low middling. 9 1-16 9j
Middling.. 9J 9 916
Good middling 10 10 1-16
Middling lair.iu l-ie 10!
Fair ..11 6-16 llj
New York futures onened auiet and
closed steady. 8alea, 76,700 bales. The
closing quotations were as follows:
Yesterday. Tafsdav.
August 9.35 9 36 9.42(2 9.43
Septmber...9.32rA 9J3 9.38(S
October 9.23fo 9 28 9.29
November...9.22ta 9.23 9.26 9.27
December ...9 24a 9.25 9.28 9.29
January 9.33'$ 9.34 9.37(4 9.38
Febroary 9 4iri 9.42 9.44(
March 9.50(a) 9.51 9.544 9.55
April 9.59 9.60 9 640 9.65
Mar. 9 6K) 9.69 9.73$ 9.74
Juris 9.76(a 9.78 9.83(4
July-
The New Orleans spot markat opened
dull, and eloied dull tad easy; tnld-
ding, 9 3-16c- Sales, 50 bale. Quota
tions were as follows: '
Yesterday. Tueeday.
Ordinary-..."....7i . 7
Good ordinary.....8t . ' y
Low middling. .8 11-1 I 8 lt-16
Middlin2..........9 3-16 t ,. 9 3-16
Good middling....9 15 Hi 9 16-16
The' New Orleans fntare market
opened Bteady and closed quitt
and steady. Sales, 20.0C0 bales. Quo
tations were as follows: '
leetcrday. Tuesday.
Anaast 9 0H(3 911(.ii9.13
6sptember..8 87 8 8!) 8 D0ri S ill
October 8 76(A 8.77 8 70 8 80
November -8 74(3j 8 75 8.76 8.77
December .8.78') 8.79 8 81(a) 8.S2
January 8 88 8.90 8.92
February...9.00(3 9 01 9.03(3 9.01
March .1L'(-i) .13 .u .l
April -.9.24(4 9 25 fi.27 9.28
May 9 3((i 9.37 9.39 oi 9.40
June 9.48(a) 9.49 .....
DAILY POET AND INTS.RIOR MARKETS.
Galveston
N Orleans.
Mobile ....
tivrannab.
Caarl'ston
Wilm'ton.
Horfolk....
Ualtimore
Pew York
Boston
Philad'a...
bt. Louis...
Angnsta...
Receints at Darts.
Receipts at ports,
quiet,
quiet,
noni'l.
qi;t.
quiet,
uom'l
rttady
com I.
sti'a'ly
quiet.
Urm.
quiet
qniot.
Rec. t rices Stock.
31 9 9-16 2,986
205 9 3 10 10,777
f 9 3,025
lftr 85 3,107
27 9 2,018
5 II 308
n 3,iio
9J 12,293
110 9J 153,605
67 9 6,310
4 9J 9,832
52 Or 13,508
10 8
this day, 1880... 559
this day, 1885.... 27
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
R'S U. 8.
p'rt95days
Ex. Gr. at
Stock
R'ts Sept. 1
For'gn Ex
1886. I 1885.
5,626
114,852
208,63
5,362,871)
,242,542'
367
4,109
' 193.991
4,710,0ii5
3,801.303
1884.
813
9,838
198,119
4,758,154
3,79-1,611
Iucrease in receipts this year, 616,621
At noon: Liverpool spots wera dull
in nuyera' favor. Sales, 8000 bales,
of which American 6803 bales. Re
ceipts. 12,000 balee, of which American
ll,i00 ba'ee.
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 421 ; good ordinary, 4 13 lOd ;
low middling 5Jd; good middling, ;
9 16d; middling uplands, 5 5-16J5
middling Orleans, 5jj 1.
The prices are given in pence and 6it)it,
thukv 4 63 meant 4 63-64J; and 5 01
meant 5 l-64f.l
At noon : Liverpool futures were
quiet; August, ; Augnst-Sop-
tt-niber, 6 12d; September-October,
5 09d ; October-November, 5 05d ; No-Tcmber-December,
6 04d ; Dacember-
Januarv, ; January February,
5 05d; February-Marcb, ; Septem
ber, 6 13d.
At 2 p.m: Liverpool futures wete
easy; August, 5 12d sellers; August-September,
5 12d sellers ; September-October,
5 08J buyers; 0
tober-November, 5 Old buyers', November-December,
6 03d buyeis: December-January,
5 03d buyers ; January-February,
5 04d buyers; Febriwy
March, 5 06d value; September, 5 12d
value.
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
we' k; August, 5 lid sellers; August
September, 5 lid sellers; September
October, 5 07d buyers; October-November,
6 04d tellers ; November-December,
5 03d sdlers; December-January.
5 03d sellers; January-February,
5 04d sellers;; February-March, 6 05d
buye.s; September, 5 lid value.
GENERAL TRADE.
BREAUHItrrS.
Cors White, 503; mixed, 47c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 45a;
mixed, CJr; in packs, in round lots,
white, 4!50c ; mixed, 4(il47c.
Hay Choice, from store, 7aS03;
prime,70c; piairie,50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice. $1212 50;
prime, $1112 ; prairie, $7(37 50.
Oats White, 3'Jc; mixed, Zc,
from store ; round lota from levee on
track white, sacked, 25363; mixed,
Backed, 3(u34c.
Bran From store.OHfatfOc per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, $10 25 per ton.
Beans Navy, $1 75(at2; medium,
$1 50; German millet, $1 201 4(1
Gornmual Standard, $2 50; pearl,
$3 50 from store, 5c cheaper from mill,
levee or track ; rollc, f 2 65.
Rica Louisiana, 4i8c; Carolina,
ej7c.
Oatmeax In balf-barrels, $33 25
from store.
' Flodb From store, triple extra,
$3 25; family, $4; choice, 4 25; fancy,
$4 50; extra fancy, $4 75; patents,
$5 255 50;in car lots, trible extra,
nnminal; family, 13 35(a3 60; choice,
$3 753 90; fancy, $4 054 15; extra
fancy, 4 35(314 50; patents, $5fai5 15.
Craokbo Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 2i from store.
Hominy and Grits From store,
$3 15(0)3 25.
.Cbaokers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7 Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snapR, treble extra, 6c; as
sarted ambles, 9j.
Kansas City, Mo., August 4.
Wheat weak; No. 2, red, cash, 59jc
bid, 00c asked; September, 61c;
October, 63Jc bid, 63 asked. Corn
lower; No. 2, cash, 33J($33jc; Sep
tember, 34343v. Ocober. 35Ji!.
Oats nominal, 26c bid, 27 asked.
St. Louis, Mo., Aneust 4. Flour
dull; XXX, $2 252 35; family,
$2 4'.)2 60; choic, 2 9053 10;
(ancy, $3 40(.T;3 50; extra fancy, f3 60
3 80; patente, f4(ii)4 25. Whent easy
and lower; the nrnrket declined (iic
early, but strengt.hcn(d later ani ral
lied closing ttenly, but Jc
lnwfT than yi-s'.erday; No. 2 red, casn,
757Jc; Atigu.t, 75S(i$76Jc, cloaing
at 753c; Septembe', 7H;W77ic, doling
at 77in; Oit jber, 78;( 79ilc, closing at
79Jc. Corn weak and lower; nuces
docliued JJlc ra.ly, rallied Ca)jc,
closed jc lower than yfstorday ; No.
2 mixeJ, cash, 39c; Angust, 39c; Sep
tember, 39't(aA0lc, closing at 405o; Oc
tober, 4(2(a41,!, c'o?ing at 41c, bid.
Oats du.l and Jf a lower; No. 2
mixed, Cfeh, 26(n)2Gc; August, 26Jc
bid; Spptember, 27j? bid; October,
2Sc Did. Rye Arm, 51c. Parley ro
market. Hay steady; prairie, 17(
0 50; timohy,tl012. Flaxseed easier,
fl 10. Ban strong, 52c Corn meal
eay, $2 25(5)2 30. Rve!pt Flour,
2000 brls; wheat, 133 000 bu; corn,
1400 bu; oaf, 63,000 bu; rye, 1000;
barley, none. Shipments Flour, 23,
000 brls; wheat, 6fl,00J bajoorn, 49,
000 bu;oate, 6500 bu; rye and barley,
none.
Chicago. III.. Aucrost 4. The
market was easy during the early hours
tovday, tbe September options selling
off to 85jc, but rallied on good baying
to 7ki but fell back again to the
nearly inside figures on the announce
ment rt the failure of a well known
commission firm, but on report of a
good export, movement adranc2d to
76c, and closed at about yesterday's
closing quotations. On additional re
ports 01 rain corn waa sguu wens; ana
dowd lower. . Trading continue! to be
active. Oats sled easier. Flonr is
steady and uncWuRed. Wheat opened
wtjak, bat rallied ad ctod at about
yesterday's prices. Siles iaogd:
August, Y8J(i74Jc, doted 74c; Sep
tember, 75Kik76c, closed 76jc ; Octo
ber, 77J()78!, closed 78i& No.
2, spring, 74jc; No. 2 red, 7&i
76c. Corn easier; cash, 4SJe; 'An
gnst, 42i(3H2Jc. closed 425; Sep
tember, 43 1-I6(.ft43;?, closed 43 9-16c;
Ootiber, 44442c, closed 44 J s. Oata
easier; cah, 27Jc; Angust, 272(27c,
closed 27Jc: Sptetnber, 28i(a)2Siv
c'oed 28 jc; October, 2iK;''29s. cloeed
293c Rve dull; No. 2, 52c. Klv
steidy : No. 2, tl-.'Jc. Flaxseed sieady ;
Xo 1, fl 131. Reeipta-Fiour, 15rt,tX)
brs; wheat, 154,00)bu; corn, 327,000
bu ; cats, 227,000 bu ; rve, 7000 bu ;
barley, 29,0 K) bu. Shipments Fiour,
11.000 bria; wheat, 156.01X) bu; corn,
240.000 bu; oa'fi, 129,000 bu; rye,
tone; barley, 7.000 bu.
PKOVINION.
BtTTEB Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
13i'aU7e.
Chkk.si Cream, 11c.
lloo rBonucTs Mess pora, til -o;
sugar cured hams, 12J12c; break
fast baron, 8t'.'!i0c; clear ame pore,
7Jc; clearjrib side pork, Ojdwjc;
long clear pr'rk, 6jc; pork shoul
ders, 6Jc. Bacon Clear rib side,
7ifo78c Lrd-Tierces, 6c; half
barrels, 7c; kegs, 6jc; pails,
7ic; half-pails, 7jc; 60 1b tins,
61c; 20-lb tn, 7c; 101b tins,
7jc; 61b tins, 7Jc; 3-lb tins,
7Jc; choice ketfe, tierces, 7c.
Fresh Meats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c; bind qnarters of beef, 9c;
lambs, $2 50Cn3 50.
St. Louis, Mo Angust 4 Provis
dull and weak. Pork iUO 26. Lml
J6 50. Bulk meats dull aud lower;
lo'ss lots long clear, 16 20; sbott
ribs, $0 25; short clear, $6 40; boxed
lots long cloar, $0 05; abort riln,
16 40(a)6 45: short clear,: $6 60(S8 55
Bcon easy; long clear, $6 90
6 95; short ribs, $6 95rS7; Bhort clear,
7 10. Hams firm at 12J13c. Butter
unchanged. Kgs lirra at 77Jc.
Chicago, III., Augnat 4. Mess pork
weak and lower; cash, $9 67; Sen
tember, $9 50W9 72, closed at $9 62 ;
October, $9 009 81), closed at 19 72.
Ijird stoady; cash, $6 90; Sep'eraber,
$6 90(36 95. closed at $0 95: October.
$0 55 6 62, closed at $6 60. Short rib
sides weaker; cpsii, t) w. uoxeu
meals ataadv: dry salted shoulders,
$6 10(a0 15; ahott clear sides, $6 55(a
6 60. Butter very dull ; creamety. 13
CSiujc; dairy, iuhhc, iiggs, 4uuc.
UUOi'KRIEtt.
Cotkb Oommon,99Jc;ordinary,
9(a)101o; prime Rio, 10(a)Uc; choice
to fancy, ll(d)12c; old government,
24(3)25c; Oevlon, 20c.
Soap 3(a)5c per ponnd.
Sdoar Pure white, 6Jc ; off white,
6c ; yellow, 66jc; open kettle,6(a)
5Jc; refined A, 6 jc; granulated, 7(
7c; powdered, 7c; cut loaf, 7(37jc.
Salt $1 25 per barrel ; sacks, fine,
$1 45(ftl 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 2(a)7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 6c cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and bam i "iSc.
Candles Full weight, 910o.
Canned Goods, Etc. Pricea per dos
en : Pineapples, $1 35(a)l 65 ; peaches,
2-1 b, standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 251 35; 3-lb, $1 15l 30; straw
berries. $1 35l 40; raspberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 60(1 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 ; aeparagus, $2 60l$4 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $1 6516'; cove
eysiers, lull weight, 1-lb, $l(al 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75()
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c ; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, ,$5 90;
Eagle, $7 75 ; Swiss. $6.
MoLAsets Louisiana, common to
fair, 18(a)25c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
svrup, 20(40c; common to fair, 20(a)
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; cBntriT
ugal, fancy, 3234o.
Tobaoco Common, 11-inch, 1 25
30c: other grades and styles, 35f185c.
Snuff (iarratt's, $10 85 per uase;
Ralph's, $10 25 por c:ise ; R. R., t9 50
10 25.
Havana, Angust 4. Sugar owing
to unfavorable news from abroad buy
ers continue to hold aloof. The war'
ket is weak and quht and without
(ran actions, nnd the markets of out
porls are in (lie same condition.
New York, August 4. Coffee spot
uit lio cull at l)c; options a shade
lower; sales, 12,550 bags: October
and November, 7.65c; December,
7.70c; January, 7Jc; February, 7.80c.
Sugar dull and nominal ; fair to good
refining, 4jj(4irc; reOned steader;
white xtra C. 6Jc ; off A, 5jj5 7-10c ;
standard A, 50. Molasses steady.
Rice qaict.
HODflKHOI.D MTPPMKN.
Applm Dned apples, 23o per
ponnd from store. Dried peaches, 3
(2)3 lc from store, i
Vegetables Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 602 61 from levee or
depot. Callage, $2 75(33 per crate.
Garlic, 40(a)60o per 100. Turnips, 50c
per bnshel. '
Fbuit Oranges Lonlhiana. nomi
nal, $6. Lemons, $88 50 per
box. Bnnanatt, $12 per bunch.
Oocoanuts, $5 pw 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7c; Tenwssee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2n higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Kaipins liOtjlon larers, $3 40; lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
$3 5054.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c ; qnarts
$150; half-gallons, 2 75; gallons
$3 75 ;lonae, barrels, 16; half-barrola,
$3 I; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mixed,
hal! barrels, $0.
Potatoks New, $1 25.
Cider New York, $650 per barrel
anil $3 50 per half-barrel Vinegar, 12
15c per g illon.
Pkcasb Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10Ta)Mo for large; Arkansas,
35c.
Walnuts French, 12c ; Rap'es,15c ;
Grenobles, 15c. Filborts, IV.
PorLTEY Chickens, fl 02 00;
eld bens, $2 252 60.
Gams Game fiab. ll12c. i
Eos Scaiceat 12c.
Finn Mackerel, half-barrel No. 1,
$4 ((a)5; No. 2. $3 $P No. 3 ;
$2 76(3; 10-lb kit, Nj. l.ciOc; Sr-r:.
70c ; 16-lh, No. 3, 60c. Dry ternn t
family, Sim per box. i
66c; deer akin, 1517c, . Beeswax I
dull at 2021c; tallow, 8(a)3jc . '
WHISHT, WISES, LlttSOIS, BTG.
Whwky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 600; rye, $1 756; domes
tic, 90of 1 60.
St. LoiTin, Mo August 4. Whisky
st-ady, $107.
Chicaoo, III., August 4. Whisky
steady, $1 12.
Cincinnati, O , August 4. Whisky
quiet. Sides of 313 barrels of finished
goads on a basis of $1 07.
PErKOLKll MARKET.
Coal Oil Prima white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., August 4 Petrole
um quiet a. w., 110, lc
FiTTsnuRO, Pa. Angu-t 4. Petrole
um dull but steady. Opened at 65c,
and at 1- o'clock this afternoon 65 Jc
was bid.
LIVE JTOCK.
Cattle Choice to extra corn fed
cattle, 900 to 1050 pounds, none re
ceive!; gool, noue received: choice
giass fed, 33c; good, 3(aJ3Jc; fair
to medium, 2M2jc; scallawngs, 1(4
He.
Hoaa Choice, SJai1c; good, 3
3 jc; common, 33Jc.
Shkkp Choice, sj3c; medium, 2J
P:tc; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 5c.
Kansas City, Mo., Anguat 4 Tho
LaxStock Indicator reports: Cattle
Receipts, 54S head; shipments, none;
shipping gril les strong, g'R"8 Texans
alnw but Bteady ; good to choice, 90
04 40; common to medium, $3 40(a)
3 80; stackers, $250f.iV5 75; feeders,
2 803 3H ; cows,$l 502 05. Hons
Keceipts, 7594 head; shipments, 2176
head ; the market opened weak
and 6c lower, chwing weak; gcod to
choice, $4 804 95; common to me
dinmj H H(X")1 75; skips and pit's,
$l(aI4 55. Sheop Receipts, 12 head;
shipment', none; market steady; good
to medium, $1 60(a2 25.
Chicago, III., Anguat 4. The Drov
en' Journal reports: Cattle Receipts,
7200 head; shipments, 1000 head ; mar
ket slow but steady; shipping steers,
950 to 1500 lb, $3 (10 5; stock era
and feedms active. $2 40yi!3 70; cows,
bulls and mixed, $1 50 13 60; bn'k,
f2 602 90; tbrouuih Texas cattle
wek; cows, $2 152 60; steers, $2(10
(a3 50. Hogo Receipts, 20,000 head ;
Riiipmen's, 4000 head; market alow,
10c lower; rough and mixed, $1 15
4 85; packing and 'hipping, $4 80
5 15; light weights. $4 104 1)0; ekipH,
$2 504. Sheep Receipts, 3U00 head ;
shipments none; market sternly ; na
tives, $2 504 16; Western, $33 50;
'J'exans, $1 703 25; lambs, por head,
$35.
NEW YORK UHT UWOON MARKET.
Nkw York, .ugint 4. In a very
gontral way the request of proviouj
days wan maintained, with a lauo vol
ume of bminess of daily completion
through deliveries in orders. In
spring clothing, woolens are more do
iog in the way of oiders, which show
improvament with succeeding days.
A OAUD
To a!) mho ar aafferinf from the rrors an
lndlscrotlons of youth neryoai woaknass,
arly deoay, loss of manhood, ate., I will
and a rooip that will our yon, FREE 08
CllARUE. This i runt remedy was dtieover
ed by a ininsionary In South America. Send
elf-addrusod enelope to tho Re. Joaira
T. rin. Statin I). Vn
II KADIlAHTEK1 FOR
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
SAY II K,-T-. Lja-.'-Jf IMI a..f
raiiiiii
t ire, wind Wn(-r and I larhtnlni
prout Buitalilo for all kinds of buildiuiia.
For price and ostiinates at factory rates,
oall on or address
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MF'O CO.,
438 Sl 440 Main St., and 21 23 Mulberry it,
MKMl'HIS, TKNN.
Ileadqnartors for Iron Fenori and Crestinii
uaivanKM iron uormce. iin Knots atntoresl
RIVERS AD STEiflBOATS
STEAM F.B4 LEAVIKtl
THIS DAT.
Arkansas City Will 8. HtTS, 5 p. ra.
Vicksburg Drr.Ll MauraiB, ( p.m.
TipUinville GiTso,5 p.m.
St. Louis City or Caiao, 6 p.m.
Clnoinnatl Ohio. & p.m.
FRIDAY.
Friars Toint .Jamis Lia, 5 p.m.
Osceola ..CoHciMA. 5 p.m.
White River ..Fkidih Rohinsdx, 5 p.m.
White River Albirta No. 3, 6 p.m.
MOVEMENTS) AT TMK I.KVEE.
j4rrii(is James Le, Fiiars Point;
Coahoma, Oscsola; City of 1'uton
Ronge, Nw Orleans; Oity of Provi
dence, Vicksburg; City of New Or
leans, St. Louis; City of Yicxsburg,
bt. Liuis.
Departures. Cily of New Or'eans,
New Orleans; James Leo, Krianj
r.int; Chickaaw, White Hiver; titjy
ol V irksturg,V icksburg; Uity of liatnr
Kouge, St. Louis; City of l'rovidunc
at. Lome; U.mhoms, Osceola
lloat Due Dorm, (iayoeo, Olro
liele Memphis.
ISoatu J hie Up Will R. Unys, 1'
J. lirown and uity ot tain.
Hirripiai I Mirniy. i
Coihoma 20 sks sefd and lot'"-
dries.
Jninnn T."o 1tJ2 baton po' ton. Ss
eced and Vi pkiiH aundriee.
City of 1 rovidnee-3J0 BfBe,,ti
and lot snm'rii H.
C.ty of Vicksburg-00 ti j MfT-
chitndiee.
City of lliton Rouge-350 y8ur-
I'l'TI KK MUVEMElf-
Tub Albert No. 3, C, A-,n-Pmith,
is the Saturday ket (r
White liver.
The Lee Line i)icke( "'r,.rfw
eveninir arn tlm James l'ofrrlars
KTEAMBOATH.
Memphifi& Cincinnati Fk't Co.
Vim SO DAT! QPILT
XlxQwrsjlon Tlateeg
The Rletaat
tuners
Comme'Wnf
Myi.
I
Ilncye State, Ohio Ja. f.
er 7!' 'ton
TlkKTn'fl"l, J"1 "," ROUND TRIl
n-'jlnn.?! fr mt M?!"l'l'i' to Louisville,
ln,' Meals and State-roo-w
Kt boat oarr.es a Fine BtrinK Band.
I B0AT3 LKAVK MEMPHIS
ndays and Tnnrsilajs at 6 P.M.
For Information inquire of C. B RUS-
'1
l'oint, ami CoslioiiH,
fcreola.
Thk O. Line Bteamer l0 Bron.
C.p. J. 8 I'atierson, is"P "ouni1
for the 0:iio river. On0- onng
h in her dike.
Tub Milt R. HiirnA16 steamer
Freddie Robinson, Ca?' 1 ,K lrrv,
s th Saturday picke"" a" 1,J"'
ou Whlio and Black""'
Tho rii r.1 f,, Cl)t. SIlPIl
Liulitneris the An.Li.-''t
this nveniiiur Ht fl a'f: ,or Cairo and
St. Loui i. J.0. 1 her clerk.
Til HnlU Cpt. ticO,
Bsktr. is the AncK'l? Ptkt '''"
evening at 0 o'c r V;ck8bnrg and
the bends. Al f 00 ehuk.
Tiik Gavoso, Qw' P. Hall, is the
nafiknt thU bbiV at 6 ocloc for
Hales Tolnt. Tf-V,lle d all way
landinns. B. "tcboll is in her
office.
Tub Ohio, h M- P'!,,m. 1"
the packet twr"'" "l u
for Cairo, Lf ,8 .Cn'! ?pn "d
hII way landj1"8 )hi( river.
Uarry ProctA1 ""TV Bat ar n
clerks. Ttie.wl11 8IV cueP b
to all point1' ua Kl8t-
Tub WlH!y. V.l W. W.
Bater in ir 1 " Aa.e Adams, Is
tbe Unite?,',', PVkt,t tlli8
evening acl.ot'k ." Helena, Ar-
k-nsis JV"" y, uuings.
W. O. BU naB cnttrKe of hor office,
assisted rew ,ric aDl Morris
Gali s
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
ht. I.onln anil Nfw rlri a-,h
Vlty ol Cairo,
Will Uuta L-l .... TrilT' i .V-'3!',,J,
. . "--' v iPwnuir iin . a
Mh. at 6 p.m. For tw!m
i Au.
Lne aniily
H'tp't.
5
FOR VfCfCHBURO.
Kt. l.oHlii and Now OMenus Anrhwr
n Belle Wemphis, hns
... ,v,.,a tutj niowHinr 111 in IJAi. An
cf.hf ' .A ft S.-..F-I .Wwfflp.
. Ag't. A 0 STDHM. A r
hOU TIITONVILLK.
i'or Osceola, Hales Point. Carnth
Uayoso and Tiptonville-th. new itejrner
wiiF-.""11 In?",,r I B- 0. Miohell Telirt.
KVhlli MONDAY and TiimsnaV . .
n. For f reisjht or rsgi-ly'n hoar
LKK LINK.
EH A I.
lilt.
cloudy and cooler.
is due here today from
10
NEWN.
I.
Bus i
W!
Th
Cinni
TKi by river yfHterday:
bales" a,l( Bks ",e
fr.j Jne pncicta were in and
out r " w " ulr lr'P'
y of New Orlusns nassei
(i0JieniHy morning witu a good
tri
nckaenw cleared on Inst even
lute river with a good bIiow-
t.
leuphia end Lit'le Rork rail-
n-ler stnanier tmueral I'leiSDn
lun tod'iy from I'aducah.
City of Baton R niuo pasned un
losdsy n'gtit for St. Imis. She
rgrd here 360 b imls sugar
City of Providence pasaod tin
yes'ertiay morning lor si. Luim.
ut oil here 300 sicks of cjttjn
Milil,KrUr. H,.K.r KU4, ),m.iu
aed OalH ,,SV,"
For Helena, Ulendalo. Ifriar J,.iui w,
Way Landlnt tftesar
laiiic.H iiviisKLi
Ww'Kl&ASWuat'
For Randolph, Fulton, Oseul ,-, v ,.
iiaBdlnts-KHaunr
Coahoma, -Wg
K. T. Claott... muster I IMutt ItiiTTmTic
L"'r?.".,, ''"V" MUNUAV, MKtNK.SUAV
and rKllA at A p.m. The bmits ,t this
lino reserve tho riKht to pass all ,diii,
the c ipiain may ilorni unsntr. (. tlice. N,.. ti
Medium st. ,l yii: I.KK. ,1a ,.,.
Mompliis& While lliver nt.Co
For ('larnilnn, lrvilla lllull.,
Arc, Auaasta. cienrcy, Newp f, 'i,-4.n.
port, Diteavllle nd ad Way Lun.tnwn
Kill. 11114 UANV, n
J. O. Postal. master. T 1V.
Will leave KVKKY WKDNhbDft y ,u
NTH. A I.HEHTA NO .1.
Allae. II .
I'lT. l """'. ""iiumi a. :p-nk.
1 hmush rates siven to all poimt. KreUht
,, , . noil r. mi, n'T.r
Harket Oo., at Memphis or Terrene, wiii k
forwarded promptly. For aeneral lnlor -.j'l'l'
r ' "lli-e. No 3 Madison st., on,.
FOR WHITE UlVEit,
itiirr iitnitv'N
ME.TJP1I1N & WHITE ItlVEK P'K
Freddie Robinson. itWEic
.. . . j lu.isier
or Helena, Terrene. De Vails lllntt, Iet Are,
Aujusta, boaroy, Newport and Batesville.
Will leave as above SAT0UDA Y at A v.m.
a City of Vicksburg passe d down
ruav evening lor ickstmrir Klia
barged here 00 tons of freiiiut. and
uu to I ma ol sundries.
fin j. v". ei 37 TotiM IMa"
t. ihtrd mitl fourth, .uuuiunuui
on IUw fafLil. tvi bif iTvLlue will riruv
Cure all Wmi of PRIVA1
chronic; nw
$pormbtorrlieb tftnd tmputu.
u th rtfult uf fflir-tbUM IU jt'ULh, wiuii oiwrnrt I
.urn jnn or owm rauin-a tno cmauriui toaifl o
cm iit .'fTfita NorvnuMii'w, rtntinal kailr-sUna.
it(-nnli) dreamt), tllmnea of Mljiht, llrfrctlv Urm
i' tilltvtr, Fimjileiion rmot. Jiverrr.wjtuHocvny 3:
wnnrnAliin of .'!, ot flfi.ua I rtfww, kt.,
Dnrri if) lniiiir'iT or untmiirtf, r UiArvuihty n
with cured tVPHlt.m iMHtiUTelr onm
t,wJL.rJb 1. - Mtncinrw. uroiuui ivini w
""iii mni t.iht r (irii at !!! quick!; curwl I
1 taHf-erldiut that Rb fictin wlin pyi irstwlJ
et ownaiu nun 01 uitaawj, Kin imtintf unihu
(JIT. ac(oirei pm-evl ah 111 PhviHint kU(iluiai
-ort.inciio prrvot u my mr nc n laWf
t-lttbo'ity ft-truUBent, BietHdnnf I
ed .'irol bf mill or Tprma t,Drbfr.
a ii d o r tA 1i n .
f'liauiutititt .TfMn4iiT or by ina fVM
bK'Uvw rMacniiu i.d xtTuaK9 tvieu.eJ
PRTVATi. COUNSi
RIVt.H ANIt WKATHKK.
f Office Sional Hirvici, U. S..A.,
MiMPuia, August 4, 1 p.m.
1 The following observations are taken
, all stations named at 75 meridian
me, which is one hour faster than
lemphis time:
STATIONS.
thom to health? action. Di
his with (Clectrio Ueloa
ail Ills from bead to toe
speolfio purpose. Foreiroi
nforniatllon. address Ch
Co., 1(0 Wahtn-tnn trt
nlound
to enrs
he ON H
01 lull
trio Bell
111.
COTTIslf REEI OIL, BTC.
Sked Delivered at depot anl wtiHri,
S per ton ; wagon at mills, $3.
Csr load lota. Prime crude 0. 8.
oil. 22?5e; off erode. VWXc;
prime euramer yellow O.S.Oil,33$34c;
off summer yellow C. S. oil, 323.3c;
Miner's summer yellow 0. K. oi. 33
34c; Choice cooking sumraor jbIIow,
3435c; prime otton seed mei, (f. 0.
b.)$13 76U.
Lees than car-load lota.-Frime
summer yellow O. 8. oil, 230c;
choice cooking summer yelkw, 30
t5i)33c
BACICIIHa AHD TIES, WW).
Baoiiio Flag,7S0Jc. Tia,110
I 15.
Nnu-f2 252 60. 1
nn AID TALLO.
HiDw Dry Hint, 12J6c5 dry
salt, 10 15c ; green alt,7, t$til ; peeo,
t v ni'w k. ftiln trort
) ,k ,1. ei.-u-ed Z mi'lV'j&lZ
kh.' !; in Hook No. 117, It. 'm-. " ,
No. ILV. oaire 2. of ti LJ.S?!"0'
fNelbv .ounty. Tnn.. d',. ob 0
i, herein. I will, as aT"' on
.... .WiJ!!"Cnif
'".7 ,e the city of
Vo aphis, Teno., f bfJdeT f
i jolio aartion. to thefu.-d in thl
wish, a oertain lot of If. T?.n h.
I n.?L". L"'? No. 10 of the
Cairo... a..
Chattanooga ...
Cincinnati
Davenport
Dubuque.
Fort Smith
Keokuk
Helena
La CroHse
Leavenworth...
Little Rock
liouisville
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans...
Omaha
I'Utulmrg
Ht. Louis
Ht. rul
Nhroveport
Vickeburg
Ab've Low
Water.
Feet.
0
5
11
1
2
7
1
12
2
8
I)
5
0
6
4
8
2
7
2
12
lOths
Change.
Rise
lOths
Fall
lOths
21
3
owned by Ir.
at the soatheast eorn
UDOiviSHm UI land lf-nMa rA
lineei wid lot No. f.thwirj Z,&
line of lot No. 11: L',""1." e TJi
the west line of aadrin?f!'J,lt.,, ?
ae trustee. Jly.3nrmff. Tva.i .
nvnn n n.T r. rt I tit I WODt 7-teCOBa
befins tbe first
"". P.r'?,ru,ierin Behooli and
anil Naval Aeada-
dad bv Faeultv mt
full staff ef inatraet-
Many apeiieaUon
boardere U aerieill
eddreae ;
bH, iea4 BawUr.
oia, leadlni
United riutee
mieet bisbiy I
Universitr ef '
ore; sllaativS I
advtaod, aa
liMd. For
W. aCrU(j
Banner Mae-Feet and tenths of a foot
above aero of tauvei
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanooga, 33 teat.
Cincinnati, M). Davenport, IS.
l)aliuiU6,lfi. Fort Hinlth, 22.
Keokuk, 14. Helena,.
La Crosse, 1A Leavenworth, 3)
Little Hook. 23. Louisville. Ms.
Memphis,34. New Orleans, 1.1.2.
JiVANSviLLB,lND..AngUHl4 Non
stationary, with 7 feet 4 indies on the
Range.
Cairo, Augnst 4. Noon River 9
feet 8 Inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and cool.
OiNCiNHATi,Angnst 4. Noon River
11 feet on the gauge and rising.
Weather fair; thermometer 76.
WHaiio,W.VA., Augtut 4. Noon
River 6 feet 5 inches on the gauge
and falling. Weather cloudy and pleas
ant. LonisTiLLi, Angust 4 Noon Rivar
rising, with 5 feet 5 inches in 'the
canal and 3 feet 3 inches on the falls.
Business good. Weather cloudy and
cool.
lhrounb rates to all iolnU. Fraitht eon.
aimed to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will be
Telephone lHi.
The St. Francis River lrftnnportaUoi
Co.'s Fine Hide-W beel V. 0. Mall Bteaaej
WILL l,KAVK""M:MfsiIf
at 8 o'olook, for Marianne, the Ont-Off, ti
Intermediate landings on bl. Vrancle river.
The captain reserves tho right to pass aj
lamllnas he deems unsa'o. JAN. LKK, Jr.,
Viinnrlnl'sn'lMnt tifti n. 4 Msdisnn st.
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McuiphlH and Vicksbnrg Packet Com
patty U. M. Mail Line.
For Itelona, Coneonlla, Terrene and Arkan
sas City The elegant passenier iteauer
KATE ADAMS.
M. R. Cheek... master I W. C. Blanker. ..elerk
Leaves Meinnhll
BVERY MONDAY and TIUJKBDAY, al S
fi. is., reserving the right to pass all lan llnsrt
heoaptaia inaydeem nnsale. For aenerei
inloriuation apply at office, No, 4 Madlaoa
street. K. WALWORTH. Aaeni.
JOHN OAHR, Pass'r Arent. Telephone SSs.
Arkansas Itivcr Tk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB, kf!
E. D. Bmlth....matitrl wuMiewii
Leaves Meuii his Every TllRMDAV, alt p
II. v. Low a. Agent,
OWoe, No. 8 Madison st Teleiihone No. J,
ACID IRON EARTH
IMP0HTRB jTATVBAIj BfrKslTsW.
tlaNf MIslltBAa. W4TKB. FKOM
niRRRHBORN UNBX('IILLRT) ob
FAMILY l'8B KEC0MM1SI).
HDBTTHI
BlCkMMt wilMl AalhaHttaaV
iAriT.
Ii san siqaeoae eolation ef (he
able matter In a mineral rarta
fonnd In rhoctatsr county, Ala,
near the faniens lllndon mlnerml
aprlneje. Tsslaeaifh had great le
r.tl celebrity ae KoKere' Iartb,
from the, name of the dlacoverenr
f the bed or mine, now owned by
the Acid Iron Karth Company, es?
ttlobll.i, Ala.
For Dyepepala.all deranrementa
of the Ulgeatlve Orsraaa and ttto
Liver, Skin Dleesxeee, tnta, Bans.
Scald e and Hrnleea, ACID IBM
EAKTI1 la a eperlfte. Nkenaaa.
Uesaa and other chronic OJaeaese
yield to He enratlro power wttfe
art fall.
latlrely fret from Alcohol or in y drag what
ever, ACID IROI EARTH fully deserve the
rerds embraced In IU trademark, -TUTU an
pwa lUai&DY.' lee ee ptmofasat, is be
bad efaU Ibraaglsts.
At Whekaale by Van VIoet .
Pennyroyal Pills.
" CHICK BHTEBU EIMsLMR."
Tho Ortarlaal and Only (leMMt,
Bate and always Reliable. Beware ot worse,
snwlmlutlons. Indispensable to I.Aasfnfe.
A-a yoar Draantlei for " hK-hesiter
Knelt and Uke so other, or iaeloee 4
(stompe) to as for particulars 1 amsa by
ret am mall, at a PAPKX. ewajuf
rhe(r t beealeal I'sa.,
SIS batlsei ttaare. rhilada.. Pv
sTBABI (applied by flitO. 0. trOODWUI
Or.j
WifleisMslo Atree. Beetea, W-frt
nMKI.TBT,J. T. -Board ob the BIO.
Mr. 11. C. Howard. 2U6 Wanhiortoe
Park. Roomi Urni location deilyhlfaJi
Cooveoteot to ears to aaaahattaa boaeel,
eoney island, Lona Beeeb aad Oaatral far k l
alto to New lerk pnew of anatetaeat. .
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