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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1880.
mmi MD COMM.
MOXET 8 FEB CEXTNEW TOBK
' EXCHANGE 14 PBEXIUX.
Cotton Quiet Middling, 0 Me
Sales Yesterday, 25
Bales.
Money in good demaad at 8 pr
cent. Local securities are steady and
tending upward.
In the cotton .market thera is little
doing. The cox yesterday was quiet;
middling, J i ealea, 25 bales. At New
York yesterday spots closed steady and
l-16c lower; middling, 9 5-lCa. A. lead
ine New York cotton circuler says:
Disappointment over Liverpool, some
evidence of preesuo to real; c a on spot
cotton end mora cheering crop rumora,
had a slV5 t'iKOuragiiiR effect, and
the t - i scocrally weak with 60
pojrt' "j.', closing only barely steady
t the recline.
A 2ew Orleam epota were quiet
and 1-163 lower; middling, 91c; fat
ures. steady, August, 8 678.92c.
At Liveri-ool spots were steady, fair
-demand; middling, 5 "3-16 J; futures
easy ; August, 5 8-64cL
'In the general market there are no
t'eatures of cote. Eggs 12513e.
IMPOSTS.
Eicht hundred and fifty rls bag
i ging, 72 pkgs bacon, 704 pkgj biota
and shoe?, 2384 bu corn, 168 eks coffee,
1 car and 683 sks cotton Feed, 99 ckgs
dry goods, 6 ptigs eggn, 250 brls flour,
337 bales hay, 66 pkga hat, 6 hd cattle,
6 hd horses and mules. 775 pkes lard.
72,000 ft lumber, 125 br's meal, 5600
bu oats, 28 brls onions, 1 car pork
sides, 65 brls suyar, 295 pkgs tobacco,
600 bu wheat.
ELEVATOB BEPORT8.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchango today: Corn
received, 943 bu; withdrawn, none;
in store. 3903 bu. :Oats received,
4262 bu: withdrawn, none; in
store. 23.221 bu. Wheat received
none; withdrawn, none; in store,
8190 bu.
JOHN L. NOBTOIS
TMadlson St., Memphis, Tenn.,
SEALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
AMERICAS COTTON,
OIK TRUST CERTIFICATES,
FINANCE.
Money In good demand at 8 per cent.
The Ulearing House report is as ioi
lows :
CLKABING8.
Thursday, August 19th, f 108,550 32;
thus far this W6hk, $595,447 44; same
' timn loot wnntr. K77 4:1(1 44: Mama time
in 1885, .4352,641 65; same time in
1884, 1343,714 32.
BALANCES.
Wednesday, August 19tb, $58,478 71 ;
thus tartuta wee, -'.oo ou; Bams
time la.t wnek, $v!l7,3G2 38; same time
In 1885, $127,010 Gtf; s&m tima in
1884, f37,tM 32.
IIC'HANGB.
New York sight on all points, oar
buying, t premium selling; new
1'tminH X flinnrinnl. hnvinov
New Engtaod sigiit, i discount; New
Urleans.t discount Duyiug, par selling
BANK STOCKS.
Bank ot Oomuwrce .146 bid, 149 asked
First National 150 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 192 bid, 196 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Piaritcr..150 bid, 153 anked
Mercantile Bank... .135 bid, 137 asked
INSURANCE) STOCKS.
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, .... asked
Home- 75 hid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 aeked
Peoples 80 bid, 83 asked
Phcenir 93 bid, 100 asked
Planters 107 bid, ... aked
Vanderbilt. 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... aeked
Factors- 20 asked
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. and C. R.B. sharae..36 bid, ... asked
M. 4 T. K.R. shrs 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & O. consols, 7H...119 bid, ... asked
M. & L..C.lst m. 8S...105 bid, ... asked
Misa.&T.R.R. cs, A.114J bid. 116 asked
Miss.AT.R.Rc3,B...104 bid, 106 asked
Tenn. wta. ser. 1): 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6j. 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Dint. 4, 6? 97 bid, 98 asked
Tax. Dist. 6s -104 bid, 105 askod
Mem. Gas bonds. ...... 104 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds-. ..97 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Got. Oil trust, ...39 bid. 40 asked
Pioneer Gotten Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.Stor.Oom.Oo-102 bid, 103 asked
Mem. Gas sto :k...,..-75 bid, 80 aeked
Naw Yore, August 16. Money on
call loaned from 4 to 9 jer cent., clos
ing at 34 percent. Prime mercan
tile paper, 4$. Sterling exchange
weak and unsettled ; actsal rates 481
ifor 60 day bills and 483J for demand.
Bonds Government and fcltata
(bonds were lall and stecdy today.
Railroad bonds were quiet and firm.
The day's sales .amounted ta $19,426,.
000. Bum Hess was well distributed.
Eie eenonds were active and are up
1 at 101 i G'Jlf. Oolondo andCanta Fe
firsts, 2 at 120: Missouri. Kansas and
Texas fixes, 1 at 95 f Northern Ball
' way and California firsts. 3 at 123,
Bt.Faul sevana are down 1 at. 126;
Texas and Pacific consol certificates,
2 at09.
Stocks The stick market today
showed matsrial improvement. The
gld imports wm the principal factor
inpodveing tlrs result. The rosult
of the trunK line conference hal an
influence for no.d. Trie reports of
earning! ir the second weak in Au
gust o( some half Cocm wuls were
issued tbia morning, all showing gainn.
The ninrket today uad a higher range
of value?, accompanied by a much
s'eadier tone. Pricei at the opening
showed advances over the closing
liiures of lRst evening. There were
slight gains af .er the opining, but the
.market soon began to yield and con
tinued havy throughout the morning.
Peoria, Decatur and Evanuville was
the first 6tock to show any strength,
but the general list wai firm through
out the afternoon, the early losses be
ing regained, and tha market closed
firmvfo atroog at ths advance. Tbe
final changes are invariably in favor
of higher prices.
The total ealei of stocks today were
855,858 shared, Including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 35,810;
Erie, 19 560; Lake Shore, 21.9S0;
Lou ivllle ard KashvUle, 6170; Nortta-
wee'ern, 14,630; Hew XorK uentrai,
12,900; Peci&o Mail, 6170; Peoria,
Decatur and Evanaville, 14,025; St.
Paul. 22.600; St. 1'aul and Onoaba,
8835; Union Parti lie, 14,501 ; West era
Union, ld.sau; fiortnern rwmc pre
ferred, 7100; Oregon Transcontinental,
4475. Closing quotationsjwere ta fol
lows:
eOTIBICMIKTa.
TJ. S. 3, 100S
4Sa. eoup, UP. '.
it, ooup,
Paoiflcoiof 13, 126.
10 D8.
Miiaonrl. 6i.l(KK.
La. atatnpa, 4a, 77.
Cent. Pae. lata, 113. Dsn. A K.U.lsu,117
Den4K.tl.rt .l-te,i. tri eeconai, lis.
M.K.AT..flen 6a.toK.North. Pao. IiU.llS,
North, too. 2di,l 0. N. Weatern eon.. 140.
N.WuUdeb. 61, 110.
Li. nDai.ru guu.i mil
St.L.S.F.Uan.M.lliS
St. Ptcl. con.. lil'A,
St.P.jO. AP.lata.lil.
T.P..K.i.exona (W.
Want Shore. UU,.
Tana. 6a, aafnit, 100.
T. P-(and granti, 53,
U. p. l.ta. lKr'..
TenD.6a, eet'mt.infi.
Ttmzx. Sa, aet'iut, "it.
STOCKS.
Adamf Expraaa, 137S.Morri4 K.,(M ,140.
AUtJuhony Can., .
Nashville A C?. (?t
Alton a i. 11., 4.
N. J. Central, RtH.
Nor. A W., pfd.,43.
Northern Pae., 2H'.
Northern P. pfd.,5U.
C. A N. W 113.
C. AN.Wpld..HlX.
. l td.. 85.
American Ex., UK).
B.C. R. 3tH.,M.
Canada Paa..
Canada Sou.,
Central Paoino, ii'4.
Chesapeake AO , Hfl.N. Y. C. A St. L., S
n. I . enirni, ifj.
U. AO.,laSpld, la;',.
N.Y.C ASt.L..u..l8
C. A O., 2d pfd., 10.
Ohio Central, .
Ohio A. Miaa., 24.
O. A Misa.i.rd.,9n.
Ontario A West..
Oronon NaT., 103.
Oration Trana.. 31. -Oreitnu
Imp.,21Vi.
Pacifio Muil, S&X.
PanamA. W.
Peoria, D. A
Pittiburg, 151.
Pullman P. C..131H.
Readinn, 2SJ.,,
Koc-k I- n.l, 124.
St. L. A S. P.. Wi.
C. A A., 141.
C. A A , Pfd., 150.
C, B.AQ.,134.
C.St. L.AN.O.,
CSt.L.AP., 12.
C, St. L. A P, p. ,30.
C, 8. AC. 25.
CAC , 55S.
Del. A Had.. Wi
Del., h. AW..127W.
Den. A KioG.,30.
Erie, 32.
t rie nfit.. HM.
East Tenn., a-'-i.
Kant Tenn. pfd. 13?4. St. L. A S. F. P., 'H.
Fort Wayne, 1. St.L.A S.F..l8t P.1U7.
Hannibal A St Jo.,-C. M. A St. P.,l'f
U. A St. Jo., pfd., CM. A St. P.,p.r20V$.
Harlem. 230.
ot. r., m.ix ra., ii-, j.
St. P. A Omaha. i
Kt.PanlAO.nfd., 10S.
Ton. Ciml A Iron, 5.
Toxa PiioiBe, 14:-S -
Houtton A T., 35.
Illinoia Cen., 134.
Ind., B. A W.. lfi)4.
Kansas a. I., 3u;.
Lake E. AW., 8'4.
Lake Shore. 85".
Loo. A Nash., 45.
Lou. AN. A., 51.
M. A C. first pi..
M. AO. rfd., -.
Mem. A Char., 35.
Mioh.Cen..7H
Min. A St. h-YAi.
union Paoino, S4Mi
TJ. 8. Eioress. 61 .
W.. St. L. A P.. W.i
W.,8t.L. AP.,P.,2
v. x r. ex., iz.
w.U.Tel..6W.
Colorado Coal. 27
llomestnke, '.'..
Iron silver, 1v.j.
Min.ASt. L.,MAM. Ontario. 2S.
Missouri Pacifio, 108. Quicksilver, 4.
Mobile A Ohio. 12. Quicksilver. pfd, 22,
M. L. S. A W fit. South Pacific .
M. L. 8. & W.,pfd,85. Sutra. 7.
Lokdon, August 194 p. m. Can
su's 1C0 15-16 for mono? and 101
1-16 for the account. United States
bonds, 43, 129J ; United Slates bond?.
4s, 112. Tbe bullion in the Baak of
England increased 349,090 during the
nast week. The proportion of the
Bank of England reserve ti liability,
which last week was 42 per cant., is
44 1-16. 6000 bullion were with-
drawn from the Bank of England to
day for shipment to America.
Paris, Auuust 19. Three per cent
rentes. 80 f 10c for the account. The
weekly statement of tbe Bank of
France show an increase of 6,950,000
francs gold and 3,050,000 Irancs silver,
BANK CLEARINGS.
Naw Orleans, Li.,0Aaguat 16.
Bank clearings, $625,503.
Baxtimore, Md., August 19. Bank
ciearingB, $1,601,627; balances,
679. '
St. Louis, Mo., August 19. Bank
clearings, $2,606,825; balances, $557,-
4349.
Philadelphia, Pa., August 19.
Bank clearings, $9,573,221; balances,
$l,456,flS7.
Chicago. III., August 19. The
clearings of the associated banks for
the day were $8,194,000.
New York, August 19. Clearing
bouse statement : Exchanges, $10ti,
552,314; balances, $5,096,748.
Bostok, Mass., Augost 19. Clear
inghouse statement: Exehanges, $10,-
844,098) bnlancas, $ltftt,4U9.
COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
quiet, and closed quiet; middling
9c. les 2o bales to spinners.
EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Yestcr.iav. Wednesday.
Ordinary 7 7
Good Ordinary.... 81 8
Low Middling 8i 8J
Middling 01 9
Good Middling.... 9j 93
Middling Fair lOj 10 f
Fair... Ivom. rom
Dusty 6l8 6i'.8g
Stains, titig'js 7i:.i8J 7J8J
C0TT0S STATEMENT.
Meupbis, August 19, 1886.
Stock 8ept. 1, 1885.-... 1,392
Received to-dav 40
Rocoived previously ...545,017 540,479
Shipped to-day 150
Shipped previously.. ..541,374
Home cocsumption to
date...- 309
641,833
Stock running account
Imporlt.
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M, andCR.R ......
M.kT. ICR
Steamers-...,.
Wagons and other sources.
4,646
243
124
...645,087
Total
ExvorU.
Thus far this week 453
Thus far last week 925
Since September 1st 641,624
C, O. & 8. W. E. B 150
ToUl. - 150
New YJrk spots opened easy, and
cloned steady and 1-S6c lower. Sales,
28 M bales. Quotations were as fol
lows: Yesterdav, Wednesday.
rdinary 6 1M6 6 J
Good ordinary. 8 1-13 8
Low middling. 8J 8 5-16
Middling 9 5-16 83
Good middling 9! !
Middling fair..l0 10 9 16
Fair . U 11 3 lb
New YoTk futures opened barely
steady and firm, and closed easy.
Sales 58,600 bales. The closing quo
tations were as follows:
Yesterdav.
August 9.18 9.19
September... 9 25'1 9 26
October 9.24 9.25
Novemh8r...9 24 9.25
December ...0.27 9 28
January 9 36 9.37
February 9 44(.) 9.45
WfdnesddV.
9.25 6 26
0.29 9 30
8.28 9 29
128 9 9
9.32 9.3.i
9.41(.y
9.40 9 60
9.57 9.6S
9.66 9.67
9.75 9.76
9 83($ 9.84
9.91 0 93
March 9.52 9 63
April
..9 61 9 62
..9.70 9.71
..9.79 9.80
..9.S7 9.88
May
funa ....
July ....
The New
Orleans spot' market
and closed quiet and
opened dull,
l-16c lower; middling, 9 3-l(ie. Sales,
llXJ bales. Quotations were as tollowi:
Yesterday. Wednesday.
Ordinary 7J 7
Good ordinary 8 1-16 8
Low middling Si 8 11-16
Middling ......9J 9 3-16
Good middlinK....91 0 16-10
Tha New Orleans fntsrs market
Opsnsd quiet and steady, and oloted
steady,. Sales, 11.600
tiona, wen sa follows: '
Yesterday.
bales. Quota-
XVedneeday.
8.90 8.93
8 83H 8.84
8.82 8 84
8.83 8.84
8.8t(4 8 87
8.97 8 98
9 0! 9.10
ant-ast ...... 8.87(i
(September.. 8 79Q
October.....H 7b(
November -8.7 (
December .8 81 (
January 8.921
February ...9 04 9 05
March .lftvt) .17
April 9.264 9.27
May- 9.30 9.38
June 9 45 9.47
9.200 9.22
9.32 9 33
9.43 d 94
9 63 9.54
DAILY PORT AKD INTERIOR MA BE SIS.
Tone.
Kec.
d 8 92
b 8.80
87o
4 8.78
882
Prices Stock.
9 3 16 2,656
9 316 24,656
9 3,170
9 2.907
9 1,666
9 214
91 3,264
9 10,5!I5
9 5-16 129,824
9. 6,310
95 10.1123
9 11,453
H
Galveston
steady
quiet,
qoiet.
quiet.
uuiet
183
N Orleans.
Mobile ....
6S3
18
24
11
Sivannah.
Caarl'ston
Wilm'ton.
s:eady
a
42
Norfolk....
null,
dull.
Baltimore
New York
steady
10
Boston
Philad'a...
quiet
qu et,
quiet.
qu et
140
St. Louie...
11
35
Augusta...
Receipts at porta, this day, 1886.. 1137
Receipts at ports, this day1885... 673
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
1886.
1885.
1884.
R'ts V. S.
p'rts6dav8
Ex. Gr. Br
Stock
R'ts Sept. 1
For'en Ex.
7,194
8,180
196,175
3,031
12,534;
151,330
4.723,882,
ISO'
4,2i'.9
153,387
'5,378,389!
4.273,747
4,764,410
3,835 831'
3,825,341
Increase iu receipts this year, 034,504
At noon: Liverpool spntj wpra
steady, fair demand. Salos, 10,000
bales, ot wnicn American mux) uaies.
Keceipts. GIKJU bales, 01 wiucn Amei
lean 4i00 bales.
Cloinz quotations were as followa
Ordinery, 4Jd; good ordinary, 45 J;
low middlintr, 4 15-16d ; good midillmg
6d; middling uplands, 6 3 16d;
miodlinc Urleans. ojtl.
f The prim are given tn venct and ditht
Oiv: 4 63 means 4 63-64: and 6 111
means 5 l-tHrf.l
At noon : Liverpool futures wore ilull,
atadecliue; Augiia', 5 lOd; August-
SeDtembor. 0 lOd; fcaptrmfom-Ue
tober. ft 07d; uaanoi-aovpiiyer,
5 05d; November-Dconibor, 6 Old;
Deoeuiber-Janoarr. 5 04 J; January
Febuary, 5 05d; Febtuary-Marcb,
5 07d ; September, .
At 2 p.m: L'verpool fu'.nreo were
dull ; Augtist.5 09d solle'S ; AugUBt-Hep
tember. 5 09J sellers; heptenabor-ucto'
br, 5 OCi value ; October-November,
5 04d value; November-December,
6 03d buyers; December-January,
nni V . T 1?nl....n..
O yjotl uuyens ; uauum y-r mu um
5 04d value; Febrnary. March, 5 06d
value: September, 5 09d sellers.
At 4 p.m. : Liverpool future were
dull; August, 5 08a buyers; August-
September, 5 ua buyers; Repiemoer
October, 6 05d buyers; October No
vember, 6 04d sellers; November De
cember, 6 03d sellers; December-Jan
..nHT K ri!1 aa)1i.ru .Tamlnrv-KAhrllArV
6 04d sellers; February-March, 6 06d
sellers; September, 6 08 J buyers.
GENERAL TEADB.
Th followins o notations ara the of
ficial Quotations of the Merchants'
Exchange:
BUEAVOHIlltrN.
OoRNMBAL Standard, $2 45; pearl
$3 50; roller, $2 00.
Hay Choice, from store, 7580o
car load from levee or dopot, $13 50
14: nrime. from etor?, 707ic; car
load from levpe ordonot. $13: piairie.
fiora store, 50c; car load frjni levee
or depot, f 8 51X9.
Oohn From Btore.whito.553; mixed
53c, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk, 50c; in sacks. 53c; mixed, in
bulk, 48c: in caks, 51c.
Oats From store.white, 40c ; mixed
38s; lrun levee or dopot, waits, 1
bulk. 354s: in sacks Siio mixed, in
bulk. 33a: in sacks. 36c
Bran From et rn, 7075c ; from
Invoe or depot. $12 50.
Flour From store. No. 3. $3; am
ily. J3 50 ; choi. e, $C 754 ; fancy, $4(3)
4 25; extra funcy, $4 50; pa'.onte, $5
5 59.
Bkans Navv. $2: medium, $1 75
Gsrmau millet. $1 2!)t 40.
Rit; Louisiana, 4(53; Carolins,
C(S7e.
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
from store.
CftACKBD WusAT-Ia hslf-barre's
$4 2 from otoro.
Hominy and Garrs From etore.
$3 15fu3 25.
CBACKEns Soda, extra, 4c; eoda
treble extra, 4c; lemon crackers
extra, 7c; lomon croam crackHrs,
treble extra, 7c ; gingiir snaps, extra,
5c; finger snap, treble extra, 6c; a
sorted tumbles, c.
Kansas City, Mo.. August 19.
Wheat higher; No. 2, red cash, 6Mc
bid, 67c asaed; beptemoer, bOjit; uc
tober, U7c bi'J, oc asKon. corn wra?
cr : No. 2 red, cash, 33ivbir, 331i :asked
feootombar. 34c bid, 341 5 aked: Oc
tober, Abie bio, aofc asaea. uais
steady, 27iu28c.
St. Louis, Mo., August 19. Flour
firm with a good demand. Wheat
active and higher throughout the ses
sion, but just before tbe close joinsd
and fell off ile, but closing ljc
above yesterdav; No. 2, cash,79j(!i
September, 80SOic, closing at 8O80
asked; 0tiber, 81'83c, cloi-ing at
81f 0 bid ; November, 84 J81jc, closing
at 84'c asked. Corn slow and lower,
dosing weak ; No 2 mixed, cash, 39o
bid; September, 40J40jc; October,
41J42i.c, closing at 41 jj. Oats firm
but veiyelow; No. 2 mixed, cash,27c;
September, 27Jc bid ; October, 29c bid.
Rye quiet; 61c cash. Barley quiet;
Iowa Scotch sold at 707ic. Day
new crop firm and in good .demand,
but old srop verr dull; prairie, $9 60
11; timothy, $1013 60. Flaxseed
easy ; $1 08 bid. Brjn 4ilc for sacked
lots st the mill. Coinmeal .quiet,
$2 102 20. Receipts Flour, 3000
brls; wheat, 94,000 bu ; corn, 27,000
bu; oat', 18,000 bu; rye, none; bar
ley, 4000 bu. Shipments FIout, 8000
br'U; wheat, 7000 bu; corn, 3000 bu;
oate, 5030 bu; rye, ro:ie; barley, not,e.
Chicago, III., August 19. The
tenor of tbe foreien advices aspect ng
whet were againl'tvorable, with a free
export Inquiry at the seaboard. Ibis
made an unusutlly ettong market
here, prices starting 1c hi. her, receded
fi, but tihorts were anxious lo cover
and prices advanced lie eased off c,
rl!ied c, foil off 1 and close! Ij:
higher thai yeatertiay. Corn ruled
dull and generally ea-ier, closing
under ye:-tcrday. Oats ruled quiet and
easy, but prices showed little change.
Flour firm; winter gradts being qno:ed
1015c higher, with spring gruoes un
changed. Wheat active and stronger,
dostDBlfc higher. Sales ranged: Au
gust, 7879c, closed at78ic; Septem
ber, 7880s, closed at 79 6 16c; Oc
tober, 80lKiK2c, closed at 81 616c; No.
2 spring 7878ic; No. 2 red, 79o.
Corn dull and weaker, closing ic
lower; cash, 4242jc; August. 42 j
42Je, closed at 42jn; September, 43
7-1644Jo, closed at 43 7-ldc; October,
44 16-1645fc, closed at 44 15-10c.
Oats quiet and easy; cash, 27 c; Ao
ust, 27 l-18e; September, 27 15-16
28 fc, closed t 23c; October, 2u29o,
closed at 29c. Rye steady; No. 2,
60e. Barley firm; No. 2, 62c. Flax-
coipts Flour, 9000 brls; wheat, 4ti,
00 J bu; corn, 300,000 bu; oats, 233,.
000 bu; rve,4000 bu; barley, 19.0 X)
DU. onipmenw riuur, imw miD,
wheat, 60,000 ba; corn, 229,000 bu;
oa's, 16,000 bu; rye, none; barley,
8000 bu.
PltOVINIOMM.
BttTTEH Butterine.l014n; cream-
trv,2225c: dairy. 20c.
Cheksb Piime fla's, 8c, nominal;
t , .... n. I..M
IH6W lora laciory, vc, uniuuu,
cream, 10 11 c; Young America, 13
14c.
Hoo Products Moos pork. $11;
sugar cured hams,1314c; breakfast
bacon, 810c; clear rib sides bacon,
7c; bulk pork, clear side, 7c; clear rib
Bide, ojc; ebouluers, etc; long ciear,
c.
i.Aiin Tiomna. 71c: half-barrels and
kegs, 7jc; choice kettle, 8c.
Fbksu Meats mo. 1 Dem, c; i ni
ton, 7c: hind quarters of bot-f, sjo;
lambs, $2 50$3 60.
St. Louis, Mo., August 19,-rio-visions
slow and easy with oolv a
niodera'e trade. Pork, jobbing.tlO 25
T lt I'.'ll Unllr llll'HIS. lOi.RH lots
long clear.f 6 10 ; short ribj.JO 30 ; short
clear, $0 45; boxed lots lona cieir,
$6 30tt 35; short ribs, $6 37 ; ohert
o u so 11 FiS k icon. 10112 cii'nr.
$6 95'; short rib, $6 676 75; short
cloar, 7 127 20. flams, 12J
13Jc. Butter bst graars iirinr;
dairy, 100718c; cretniery. 17(oC'c
Egns steady, at 9o for gurau'ccd.
Chicago, III., Augutt 19. Mo?s
.n.k- ofla'ar. HVilnln lnwpr : carI).
$9 429 45; August, J9 45(S1!) 67,
clo-ed at $9 45; Sep'ernbar, $9 47A
9 60, cloed at $9 45 ; October, $9 67
9 70, closed at lJ 57 J. uiru stronu
nr for the near deliveries; cash, $7 42
7 45; August and September, $7 37
7,7 jr. kt 7 42rSl7 45: October.
$6 826 95, closed at $6 85. Short
rib sides fcteuly; casii, o 10. ioxeu
noata OKI' llrv PftlfHll FhOUlt(M.
$5 755 87 ; short clear sides, $6 60
0 0'i. Butter Aim; creamery, 15
0VJ2c; dairy, r-a, iiyt
llc.
UKtKEKIKI.
Oopfrb Oommon,7JSc:ordinnry,
8J8iJ; prima Rio, 8l0c; cholco
to fancy, 10llc; old governmoul,
2425c; Osylon, 1822o.
Soap 3jojc por pouun
Snnxa Pure white. 6f6c; off
white, 66Js; yellow, 686c; open
bottle f.iin(i: rnflnnd A. 6Ad!)6(!:
granulated,) 67c; powdered, 71
7n; cut loai, vjfajsc.
Salt $125 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 451 60; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
eta, bleached, 27c; car-loads from
levoo or depot, 6c cheaper.
Candies tft'ctts, an sices, in doxos,
pails and barrels, 89o.
Candles-FuU weight, 9 10c.
Canned Goods, Em 'Prices perdoi
en: Pineapples, 81 351 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 351 65; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 25 1 35;3-lb, $1 151 30; straw
berries. $1 351 40; raspberrlos,
$1 161 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; wenngages, $1 W 76;
pears, $22 25: plums, $1 60
1 70; asparagus, $204; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $1 65 165; cove
eysiers, full weight, Mb. $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light woight, 1-lb,
ftiw. dou niicrfcin ltuht. wnlvht. 9-lh.
f 1 : condensed milk Omwn, $5 60
faf, 7R Knl a 7 Rti",7 75 : D iisv. t4 75.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 18C5b; prime to etiotee, zsdon ;
syrup, 2440a; common to fair, 20
25c: pnmo to cnoice, 3Utiadc ; ceniru
nai fonpw s-?r?.34n.
Tobacco Uommon, ll-lnch, 27
28); ottter gratied ana siyies, joyiooc.
Wm(T Unrrott'n tl(j RS nnr roHfl :
RHlph's, flO 25 per case; R. R., $9 60
10 25.
New York, Angnwt 19. Coffne sprt
fair Rio firm, Djo; optiond higher and
nirlo r.ctivB! xaloa. Sli 01)11. liSL'rt:
Atigiist Senteinber, 8 20p; October-No-
vembtr, 8 20k.3Uc ; JJecBniber-jmn-uary,
8.2")8 30c; February, 8 35r.
Sug'ir steady and quiet; retiued b!oi?i:-
ior- n-liitn nifra (). fi :MHra!5l(: riff A
5853; standard A, 68c; rotifection
ph A," 5 15-16c; grannlatod, 6 -16c.
Molusjessttady and quiet. Rice firm,
unmanu iair.
H4KlSKIIOI.lt NUPtL,lt:S.
Apples Apples, $2fS2 25; from
levee 0'de ot. tl 251 50: dried ap
dies, 31(.i)'i3 per pound from store.
Dried pe'iicnen, 23c from store.
VEQETABi.Kn Onions, $22 25 from
store: 1 5t)l 75 lrom levf o
denol. CH.bbaae. $2 252 50 ; tl 75 'rom
lovee or depot per crau; Garlic, 40
8O0 per KM). Turrits, 50o per bushel,
Fruit OraDgi-s, Loiih-mitr cami-
nal, $6. Ijemons, $88 50 per,
box. Bananas, $l2 per bunch.
Cocoannts, $5 per 100. Peanuts Vir
Binia. 7c; Tennetweo, farmer's stock.
34c; roasted, 2c higher; Bbelled,
10c. Almonds, 18'i0c.
RArsiNs London layers, $3 40; lay
era, $3 75; California, ; Imperial,
$3 604.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c ; qnartp,
$1 50; half-gallons, fz 70; gallons,
$3 75: loose, barrels, $6; half-barrels.
$3 0; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
hall .barrels. $0.
Potatoes New, $126150; loose
in wagons, 60c60c ; liome grown $1
ner barrel :N orthern atock. $1$2.
Cider New York, $6 60 per barrel
and $3 60 per half-barrol ; Yinegar, 12
16c per gallon.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10 14c for large ; Arkansas,
35c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 60; No. 2, $3 25: Ko. 3, $2 75;
10-lb kit, No. 1, 80c; No. 2, 66c; 15-lb,
No. 3, 50c. Dry herrings, family, 2!i
per box.
Walnuts French, 12c ; Naples,16c ;
Grenoblee, 15c. Filberts, 12o.
Poultry Chickens, $102 25; old
hens, $2 25.
Game Game fish, ll12c.
t'O ITU N BEE I PKOUttTJ.
Ii car lod los: Piimecrtide cotton
seed oil, 2)25c; off crude coltin sued
oil, 202lc'; prima aiimmor yellow
cotton seed oil, 3334c; off summer
yellow cottoa seed oil, 2fc30cj
miners' snmmers yel'ow cotton sped
oil, 3032cj primsenmmer white cot
ton seed oil, 34c; choice cooking yel
low coltm f esd oil, 35Cu36j; prime cot
ton seed moil, $14 59; off cotton seed
meal, $12013 60.
H VftUINU AN TIM, ETH.
Baouinq Jnte. 2 lbi. 8r; 1 lbs,
7 jo; 1 lbs, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 7 jc.
Tiw-$1 10t 15.
Nails $2J5.
UIOEN A1U TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint. 1216c; dry
salt, 10(.M2c ; green salt,71ic ', green,
50c; deerskins, 1517c. Beeswax
dull at 2021c; tallow, 33c.
PETKOLEUX MAEKET.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., Angnst 19. Petrole
um steady, s. w., 110, 7c.
Pittsbueo, Pa., August 18. Petro
leoia dull and depressed ; opened tl
60c, advanced to 60e, and at 1 o'clock
this afternoon was saady at 605:.
WHINHT, WINES, LlttCOBS), ETC.
Whisky 8tralght Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 505; Tedistillei goods from
85c to $160, sccwding to proof; rye,
$1 75. ,
St. Louis, Mo., Angust 19. Whisky
steady, $1 08.
Chicago, III., Aujust 19. Whisky
steady, $1 13.
Cincinnati, O , August 19 Whisky
firm; tales of 734 barrels of finished
goods on a basis of $1 03.
LIVC STOCK,
Cattle Choice grass fed, 33Jc;
good, 3&3c; fair to medium, 2
2c; scallawaes, llc.
Hogs Choii'e,44c; good,3J4cj
common, 3(i3Jc.
Sheep Choice, 3Jc; medium, 2J
3c; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 4t4jc.
Kansas City, Mo., August 19. The
Livestock Indicator reports: Catt'e
lteceipts, 1590 heal; shipments, none;
native shipping strerj alow and lOo
lowtr; Tens siow and weak and a
shade lower; dockers, ffeder and
cows stoady ; good to thoic?, $4 1 60;
common to medium, $3 35(u)3 80;
stockcrs, $2 3lH.ii2 75; feeders, $2 80
3 40; cows. $1 50t 2 7ft; grisoTexn,
$2 40(3 40. Hoiis Reoeiutfl, 6100
head; shipments, 4()U neait; stiong
and a chad" higher lor choice; good
to c'.o'ce, $4 Vm4 95; c.tmmon t-J
medium, f4 604 ia; skips ami pigs,
$2 754 40. Sheet Rccoli' tfl,
head; shipnients, 200 head; market
stttady; god to cho;c, $2 40(ji)3;
common to medium, $1 50(5 2 25.
Chicago, III , August 19. The Drov-
ert' Journal reports: Cattle Ruce'pti,
ll.lMK) head; Bhipmerts, ;iU.K) J.eul;
mnrkot 10c lower, or 2i)rt lower fn two
avs: soippipk steers, 950 to 15(H) lbs,
$3 905 15; stiH'kersand focders, $2 20
(tJ3 40; cows, hulls and mixed, 1 50
3 25; bulk, $2 30,n2 60; thtouirh
Texans stnadv, cow?, $2 252 75;
steers, $275 3 85; hulls, $1 75; West
ern langi'rs slow, 10iN,15o lower; na
tives end half breeils, 13 254 75;
cows, $2 503; wintered Texa :s, $3(.i)
$3 81). Hogs Uoctiiiits, 16,(M)0 bend ;
shipments, 3503 head; marknt fbw
slid a Hliado lower; rough and mixed,
$44 70; packing and t-hipp'ng, $1 70
5 15j ligM, $3 804 80;kii's, $2 50
3 80. Slmep-Reoeip's, 3000 hind;
fchipmonts, 500 botl ; ma'kitt flow but
steady; nniives, $24; TexaiH. l 75
3; lambs, $3 764 75.
SEW YORK UUY UUOIN MABKt'.T,
New York, uguat 19. With job
bers a very good bueinoas was in
progress. Of agents the demand for
immediate wants was moderate but
f ood sales reached daily through de
Iveries on orders. There was sn im
proved domand for spring woolens
with the laying out of onlets much
better in every way.
BHKALTM1S) WKALrtt.-Ul. K. O.
Win', Naavi and Ban TaaiTMiKT,
aiurntod apaolOs for Ilyatcrla, Dil
naaa, OonTulalooPi, Flu, NerTout Naural-
Eia, Uaadaeha, Nervor. Proitrtlon, onui.d
j tha u ot aloohol or tobaoooi Wk
fulnaia. Mental Dapraialoa, Bttnlng of tha
Brain, ratultlnt In inianlty and la. Ini to
niirai'r, daoar and death tPramatnra old
Asa, Barranoeaa, Lnia of Powar in althar
nil Inroluntanr Lotaaa ana Hrarmator
rhoa, oau. t br oTar-aiartioa of tha brain,
aolf-abuiaorov.rlndulsanoo. Kaoh boxoon
talna ona montl, tr.atment. II a boi, or
aix boiaa for 15, aant bt mail prepaid, on
reoaiiitof Drioe. We tuarant.ie Biz Uoiea
to cure anr oaae. With aaoh order received
or na for ail boxea, aeonmpnnied wltH II,
a win .mtiiI th mirohaier onr arritten
(aarai.ta to refund the money If tha treat
ment doa 01 aloot a nnro. (Junratiteei
limned only t- . hhiukskj "'.. xru'
gi.ta. Mem phia , Tenn.
i t . 1
4
i-aaic I.IVICit.
TllH KIDNKVN.
rilli f a ora -ta.
rut-: iiewi iA
A I'dHlTIVU DURE Foil
3 DYSPEPSIA.
Constipation.
Sick Hoadncho. w
piisr. : One to two tfiuipnonriils.
lli ninii" Ciiaii Oai'HAllu Halth In
1 , ,1 ,m kMli-n nt i. Hint 2k. Nii
Kt -until.- MitltK r. 1 1 lu bulk.
Crab Orchard Water CO., Prop'ri,
S. N. iillr. MAnir-r. T.nul.vHt'-. Ky.
KKOOKLYtV.N. V.-Hour don the lllll
Mm II. C. Ilownrd. -MS VV aKhinuto.
Pavlr. Itn.itii. Inrirn: loPiitinn dnliuhlfuli
Convenient to vT to Manhattan leiii-li,
cnner Ixliind. I. 'ii Heaoh and Centrnl l'urk t
alMn to Naw York iiIh.. of ainuwioent."
IIK.iltllKTER, FOB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing
flro, Wind. Wat.r ana V Ichtnlnt
nroof Buluible for all kkida af buildinii.
For price, and eiLlinate at factory ratal,
oall on or aaureaa
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD MP'Q 00.,
4J8 A 440 Main at., and 21 A 33 Mulberry it.,
MEMPHIS. TEHN.
Headanartari for Iron Feneei and Cveitlna
Halvanlied Iron Oornloe.Tin Roof! A Mover .
For &txl&i
REdlSTRRED Jst Botl. "MYERS."
No. fifll a One breeder and an eioeed-
Iniily hanilnome and well brael Unll.
hina onainpinn or America, no. l.v.y.
Dam Ootlbboha Uuoheaa 2d. No 7SM. by
Aldine, 11. 8enond Dam Ootibbeha
DncliBM, H.'.' 117 Ihi. batter vn T rtr). by
Hub. llioli. Third Dam Look Bello.lUU.
Fourth Dam-l-aniy 6th, No. W, by Patter
.on. No. 1.
MVKHH bM per o.nt. blood Champion ol
America, lire iu oowi in i in. nat.
MYE1W baa 'if per oenU blood Aldina, lire 9
cow. in 14 lb. lilt.
MY KHS hm 12 per cent, blood Ilub, lire 5
now. in 14 lb. lint.
MYERS hi 12S per eent. blood Luoky
Hello, dam x oowa in 14 lb. Int.
Sold to avoid la-breeding-.
jOHN OVERTON, Jk.
aik ya ntnller for the Origins! 93 Phim.
- m Dwaronf Imttntlfiiia. q
HoseOonaloaaiolvaabearluKlhlaHtanip.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.'
ItAde la Button Voomm oni Lnc Bern Coif
ricirv, uneKiwiMiiiiu
OA. A pOHialraHiK'nt to
DA will oriliff mi inionns
'. Mcano & Co.;
41 Unooln hi..
UtnUM, iuiu.
JM .OOO IUU1UI IITKIIT ,11 I III, .I-IIIIUVI-'II
Wtatm Uln any oiIht la tlio wurl.l. Tliou.
."53. who wr U wlU UM you tlu rwwon U yun
ask Uiuui. '
VAWTCn AGENTS, Men and Woin.i
IB LIC " Introduatlon by Hi-.J II. Vil
oaat, D.D. One aieent bae f"i 8 inatow
of 674 people; one 73 In aTillate. of 714 ok
naw axent & in 10 d.j-i: ose 'Jfi two aiooei
live weekn one 40 in 3 day. at two diffiret
tiuiaa.MKiperlenoe notneoa.nary. A idrail
CArfMKLL M CO, (L't'd.
4fl 1.Ko,w . Chlc.o.
NOTBK DAME of MAItlLAND,
Cnl left ate Inltltntefor Tanaj I.auIlM and
Prararatory iekoal for Lltlla Jlre, KM
BI'Ai P. 0., three milel from Balllmere,
Hd. Conducted by the Biitiri of Wotre
Dams. Uni for aatalot u.
f
sal
RIVERS ASP STEifflBO ATS
STEAM KK LEATINU
TUI8 SAT.
Frlari Point.... Jiaa:Lia, ( p.m.
Oeoaola ..Coibomi, S p.m.
Vlck.burf.. AaKAVSiS Citt, 1U a.m.
SATURDAY.
White River .FaiDDii Robinson, 5 p.m.
White River Albirta No. 3, 5 p.m.
CinoinnaU ...mOmio. P.m.
MOVEMENT! AT THE LEVEE.
Arriva'. Will 8. Ilav, Arkansas
City ; Oayosi, Tiptonville; Annie P.
Silver, 81. Louis; City ol Vicksburg,
Vickaburg.
IVparfuiri. Annie P. Silver, New
Orleans; Will 8. Hays, Arkansas Cily ;
Gayoso, Tiptouville; City of Vicks
burg, St. Louis.
Boatt Due Ilnon. Coahoma, Arkan
sas City and Ohio.
Jioatt Jhte Up. JamfsLoe, El'Fos-
tor, Alberta No. 3 and Freddie Kob-
inson. '
Kerclpta ltcrliy.
Will 8. Ilays-2 bsles rotloo, 5S3
sks ueod, 00 hills sacks and 10 pkgs
sundrits.
Gayoso 123 sks corn and 3ti pkgs
EnnJrios.
fi'ii kk novKann.
Tus C -ahom, ('apt. lKmry Cooper,
is the pckt this ovening, at 5
o'clock, fr OsceoU tvul ths niper
bends. Wm. Nmither ii in her olluie.
Tub Arkansas Ciiy, dpt. H. W.
Brolaski, is the A nchor I.iin packet
thisiiiortiingatlOo'idock f r Vicksburg
aud the bends. W. 11. l'riicluutt is
her clerk.
The James Lpe, Capt. Thomas Clsg
celt, is the packet lilts evening at
5 o'clock lor Helena, Frinn Point and
all way land.ngj. Will lXtrrugh is In
her otlice.
Tub Alberta No. 3, Capt. A. B.
Sm.th, Is tho packet t 'morrow even-
ilia at 5 0 Tlot k for White river. 11.
C. Wilson U her cltrk.
Tub Ohio, Capt. M. M. Doom, airives
this over.in, aud loaves atniu Mon
day evening at 5 o'ceck lor t'tvto,
LouifVille, uiiicuinau ami su
way LituliniiS on tint Ohio river.
Harry rio 'Uracil liarrv rt 'stare nor
clerks. Tlio Ohio will give c:.C;ip
rates to all points north and eis'.
Tub Milt Harry Line H'eiiiner Fred
d'0 Kobinson. Capt. Mill K. Harry; Is
dm nacltet tomorrow ivxt.ing at 0
o'clock for all points on White river,
eMim through lo Newport and makir.g
connection -with packets for upper
Writ's and lllack rivers. lltigtiMnitn
and Juni'.'S SauLbnry are her clerks.
UENEKAL NKWN.
Bdbinihs quiet.
Wsatukb c'oar and warm.
Tus GayoBo was in and cut yester
day on time.
Tus City of Vickuborg passed up
last evonlng for Et. Louis.
Kscbipis by river yesterday: Two
bales cotton and 583 sacks seed.
Thb Ohio will arrive this evening
from Cincinnati and returns tomor
row evening.
Tub Annie P. Silver psssod down
yesterday morning fur New Orleun
with a gcod trip. She added here 25
t-jns ol sundries.
Tub Will S. Hays arrived yoste rday
morning from Arkansas Cily with 2
bales of cotton, 3K3 sacks of sued, 155
packages cf eundries and returned last
evening with a fair trip.
VicKsmiRa Herald, 19th instant:
Capt. Willard, United States engineer
in charite ot the trihutaty streams In
this department, will procood at once
to put ihe anagboats t). G. Wagner, O.
W. Howell, John K. melKR and Tliti".
B. Florence, now under h's charge, in
serviceable condition. It will require
about tlirre weeks to pli.t'o the Alaigs
in ronditlon to go in'o commission,
c inting some $2000. When ready she
will work In the Yazvi and Tallu
halchie rivers. Tha appropriation lor
Yazoo river Is flO.OOD and the Talla
hntvhio$35lH). Ton Florence was ro
built lat seaon and in in g'.o.l condi
tion. The Howell will require con
siderable wotk. They will work In
Hod riv. r. The Wagner will reqtiirs
considerable repairs, and will, like
the Muigs, have lo go on the docks
next ssason ntid r.iccive a new bottom.
KIVKKt Afill WEATHEK.
Ofpicb Siunal Skrvicb, Tl. 8. A., 1
Memimiis, August 111, 1 p.m. j
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75" morldian
time, which is 0110 hour fastor than
Memphis timn:
Ab'vo Low
Water,
Change.
STATIONS.
Rise
Fall
lOtlia
Foot. lOths
lOtllH
Cairo
Chattanooga ...
('incinnati
Davenport
Dnbnqne
Fort Hmith
Keokuk
Helena
La Crosse
leaven worth...
little Rock
Ionisville
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans...
Omaha
Pitteburg
Ft. Imis
Ht. Panl
Khreveport
Vicksburg
4
11
1
2
5
1
10
2
8
7
8
2
3
8
4
8
2
3
12
1
1
17
H
4
nna;er l.loe Feet and tenth! of a foot
above aero of gauge i
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanooga, 33 (eat.
Cincinnati, 50. Davenport, .
Dubuune,18. Fort binlth, Xi.
Keokuk, U. Iielena, .
La Cromie, 24. I.ea van worth, 20
Little Hock, 23. Loulavllle, 25.
Memphia, M. New Orleani, 13.3.
Nahvllle,40. PitUburg, 22.
Orniiha, 18. Ht.Paul,7.
St. Lnula, 32. Vlokiburs, 41.
Bhrevetiort, 2". Yankton, 24.
Kvansviixb, Ind., Angust 19 Noon
River ttationary.with 5 feet 7 Inches
on the gange.
Wiibki.ino.W.Va., Atigutt 10 oon
Rivi-r 2 (net (I inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather clear and cool,
Pitthbit'h", August 19. Noon
River 4 f"'it 7 inches on tho ga:tga and
fulling. Weather clear and pleasant.
CtNcif KAVU,TK',t 10 -Non Iliv" I
II U'v 7 inrrts r.n the giug iati't fnll
Injr. Wfat'ier thar and warm; ther.
minieler? 1.
fouiav ills, August 19 -Noon River
rifi'.Di, vnth 7 feet 5 inches in the
rannl and 5 ! 'Ot 3 inches on the fr.lln.
lluiiineas good. Weather clear and
cool. Departed: Granite State, Mem
phis. Cairo, August 19. Noon River 9
fent 7 inches on tbe gauge and falling.
Weather c'oudv and mild. Arrived:
Arkansas City, 8t. Louis, 1 a.m. ; City
of Natchez., New Orleans, 5 a.m. ; City
of Cairo, Vicksbrirg, 10 a.m. Depart
ed: City of NaHier, St. Louis, 6 a.m.;
Arkansas City, Vicksbnrg, 8 a.m. ; City
of Cairo, 8t. Lonl, 11 a.m.
S250
A WQITM. m1 -
IVlliWlilM.rt'1 I L W .1. .4-
emtJA BUOrtor,
RTEAMBOAT.
FOR LOUISVILXE A CINCINNATI
HIK loIUNVIM.B CIBi'ISIATI,
Stv. OHIO,
Will leave BAIUKDAY, Au. 21it, at 4 p.m.
For Irelnht or naaiaca apply to C. B. KUa-
m. m. irmmm miuiiior. --av m. .aaiaaw
BKLL, t. F. A T. A.. 12 Mdion it. Tala-
phow. n. yjr. ,ltl?l i;Attt. r... r h. i..
FOR VICK8BURW.
81. iMUln nnt new Orlenna Anriiof
a.iuti.n. stall run viun-nuu iu..
Arkansas City, fc-vT?EW
Brolakl...niter.
Will loave the Klevator THIH DM. Ana.
'Mh, at lo a.ra: For Ironht or paxaire PII
C. 1,. Il.t.i.. P.... A.'t. Al STOKM. Sue't.
FOR WHITK RIVF.R.
MILT IIIUIIY'J
MEMPHIS & WHITE P.IVER PK'T.
Freddie Robinson -Z-
- - ,
Milt liarre mailer
For llelena. Terrene, OeVnll. Illutl, Dei Arc,
Auiuita, Clxrcndon, Newport arjd
Hiileavtl-e
Will leave at above SAil.'KPAY at 5 p.m.
Through ratea to all ooir.li". Freight eon.
lignad to Milt Harry Lino, IMemiihn, will bo
promptly torwanl.it. JAS. 11 RuiJKKS.
Oflic7 Mmliron t. Telephone 72.
FOR TIPTON VI LLP..
For Onceola. Ilalei Point, Cnruthrr-villa,
Uayo.n anil Tiptonville ihe new Menmer
UAIOM),
W. t. Hull master I II. II. Mirhall...ilert,
Will leave a. above, mi 1 nil wiiy point!,
KVE11Y Mt)NIAY Bod TIU KSD-U t 5
p.m. Rortrelght or 1'n.ii'nrc 'M'p'T' l"i-d
LKK LINK.
h - ;t, iM,D-'rlra I'oln' nutl rt 4iti 4 Ixifl
iluccela Pack.l i-u.iui y .
Fcf Helena, Ulendale, Friarf Point ,v all
Way Landinti hie.aer
I Hail? Ii?e, ,mr&
1. U. Cooper, matter. ...J. VV . ,Sniiliier.olerk
Will lea"e ai above on evor M0NY,
WKDN L'liUAY and I'ltlDAY. at f 'o:.'- k.
For llandotph. Fnltoe, 0ceol ac 1 ay
Lend.n.i Bteatuor
ouliom, Zddfxwf
K. T. Clnirott...tiiHRter I Plait lllioilo ..flerk
Leaven Kverr M'lNilAY, WKi'N KMPAY
mid FRIDAY t 5 p.m. The b"ut ot tliia
liueroKorve the right to M nlMnmlitigl
tho 0 (plain may deem uiiimte. I'tlh-o, No. d
(Vn.li i.n t. .1 AM IvS 1,1'K, ,l , -up t. .
MoiiipIiisaV White liivcr Tkt.Co
rr 4'lnrvnilon, l)ivH. Illnll., !!
Arc, AiiKUHta, Searcy, Neap rt, .iitoKion
port, llnie.villo mid nil ay Lnn.linm.
ail It 'lll'liANW, .rt
K. C. Poatai miintcr, t'.xSr
Will lenve tVKKY Wr.UNrJ.SPAY ul 5 p.m.
NTH. Al.ltr.KTA N4I . ..IT"" a,
Albert 11. Smith nri'ter JU CZ3.
Will leave KVflKY 8 A I li Hit AY at 5 p.m.
Through ratea given to all point. Freight
Cnnaignod to tho Meiuphia and White Kiver
PackotCo., at Memphia or Torrene, will he
forwurded promptly. For goneral inioriiia
lion apply at ofllce, No a Medium at. or.
Onll Telephone f'l. II. H l,i'WK, U'l.
Tha St.FranclH Klver TeauM iriatica
Co.'l Fine Blde-W heel U. B. .Mim - -
O. K. Joplln maaier.
WILL I.KAVK MKMPItia KVKRt
T1IKMIIAT.
at 5 o'siook, for Marlanna, it" Cut OC. aa
Intarmedlate landlngion Mt. Fran.ua riv.
The captain reiervet tho rirM to nan a
iandlnga he deema nuaafe. JAtv LKK., .Ir.,
SiinerlerwJwwt Qcy. No. i M..H.n t
MfiuplilH and Tlcksbnrg Packet Co 1
paiiy U.S. Mall Line.
For Helena, Concordia, Torrene and Arkak.
at City The elegant paaaenger etoauiei
1ATC AnAMC
ri 1 h riasnmw. j
M. R. Cheek...ruaator IW.C, lllanker..
Learei Inempbla
BVBItT MONDAY and TlillRHDAY, at II
p. in., reserving the right to pan all landiaal
the oaptntn may deem unanle, . For Mnai a
Information apply at office, No, 4 Madiaoa
itreet. K. WALWOKTH, Agent
.KHIN flAPH. Paa.'r A rent. Telel'hona V.
Arkansas Itivcr Pk't '.
Str. R. L COBB,
Leavea Memi hla Every TUKHDAi , al6 p.ia
li. 0. LOWK, Agent,
Office. No. fl Maillaon at. Telephone No
He He Dmun...inio.Buti
V II 12 A ! 12 NT KXCIIUSIO.'V
t:vi it KNOWN.
TO AM, POINTS IN ARKANSAS AND
TKXAS, via Memphia .nil Little Hi ok
Hailroiiil, with il"iilile daily conncotiuna
Auguat 27, 2H and Wth. Tlcknta good thirty
iliiya. Htop-over privilege, will lie llwed,
going and coming. Arrangcinenta hnve been
miide with the KortHiollh road running apeo
In! trnlc. to connei-t wilh both our train..
Through oimcliea to Fort Hinilli nnd through
leeper to Kuroka hprliuo, Hot Hiring!,
Ark., includod in theae aviurainn ru'ea. or
booka, inn pii Ami paper! of Arkaiima and
Toiaa, mailed free, and all other Informa
tion in reference tu encuraion by writing to
J. 11. FHANKlilN, Paaaenger Acont.Moui-
phia, l'onn.
Htlliol.l'll KINK, Uenernl Manager, Mem
phia, Tenn. , ...
W. K. HUT CON. Paaa'r Agt , Corinth, Ml.
). Ml I. LKK. Uenernl Pitaaoiijer Agent, Lit
tle Hock, Ark.
Trntna lavo at fl:V a m., and 4:20 p.m.
Pennyroyal Pills.
II l 11 Kl KIM KWF.IHU."
Th OrlKltiiiil nml Only H.niilne.
Hale and Blwaya Reliable, llewnrcol rl.
l - lmltatlona. Indlapenaulilcto l.AltlKM.
. ' your lriiKli tor 'Miolf liealr'a
Kimlt "and take no other, or inoleie 4o
(atampa) to ua for partioulnn tNt aiirnby
return mnll. (' VAVKH. . tll
rhe.ior lionilrail '.,
Iiaia Nndlinn Hqnnrr, Phllmln., ' .
A'rHAOKiupplied by GK0.AJ. UOODW IN
wliolawlx Aiaata, Bnitea, H ut
KMmw, laaluMTTJalog tie)
ft
ptititawi, prw rwavly,
iUMrWUMMBiOriiil
J Htirsaor imam m l.i hntry
Dnki, Tablet, Chair
Book Caaea. tounirea.
Letter PreaieajCabljieta
Ladiea' Fancy Deika, A
'lnMt ImmU mndjbowmmt
tmm. Iwtucv 4o. No potte
Virginia Military Institute,
LI2XI1VOTO., VA..
1S
eatalogaei, aaareaa ....
FKANOIB II. HMITH. Superintendent.
DR. RICE,
f rn n .!. ') V.autt Plit 'We .
, rv')lr1y hWVi aaeVl mi!!; JUallftrM tf.iW HB" ..
EASiES.
SvrmWrhew no imputnnu.
(tivrraui. l wff-a,tmn in jtntui ttu n-i .
!ret fcin -irofliatr niuM tl (invlurlna . bij .
'Wit'H 'frev't Nfft',iaDtn A IUtOl Kttliajtl (! .
i-rt' hi lf'jinvi. llltniiMa of J 1, h t Iraftvtit tl a ' "' ;
-UJ'-t KimntMon K- trt-Kan t fc-irt- '"(,rnit l
..l.fi..i0 .- dr-taj o' Hfuwl Yvmt: ,f'uU
u r risrt tfiityn or t rthajrif n thrirwitih' j fM ir-r.a-
r,.',J,:,''i ttvm & iu-ui Gonorrhea
CTvEF.T ;' I'luri '.tnili.U iafrn a . V j -.
1 - i;tfi(r (iiitiiu .lliaa.tr .jul.Mj i'unl
.lii if -. ,1 tH (h! 1 hy lolaavh't p.v"i' "
rrit'ill Cl 'llMt'l. ant ntl'l( tt'-a-a .1. i
.17 it.uUfa nr ebllt J-bvahiAB ku iwt itit -a)
.i m..f.' i -I 'ti In TP. .'Br- W hfii ' "1,u " '"
1 ( I'M ire-ttiti'in miNti 'liif ' ' .
ii a ifvl r ( nuli i iiirfta aiif hB'f
...ii.ii!.a!H.'i -i(x-lii 3 . .- 1T
pniVATi" t'OUNaSfLOK
Electric Belt Free
TO Introduce It and obtain agenti we will
for the neit lixtr daya give away, free
of charge, in each county in the V. H. a lim
ited number ot ourWrmaa Klelr JI.
wanlo Maapvnaory Holla. Price ; a
poaiuvo anil uuiiiiiw. v. .v. - -
billty, Varleoeela, atati"lo;t. laipouney,
ti. iMtl.OO ltewari paid U ry Belt wa
maaaiaotare ooae pnaw " "V,
Brooklyn. 1- T.
f una tlneM
. ':-v in
lLaw3
In fall and ineceaiful oteratlnn and tao
pllei Ita enlarged courae of lyateuiatla
Initruotiua at a coat much below tuat 01 in
.i...iAna nf ilk. r.il. In thi. flountrv. For

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