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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1886.
'flMJCE MD COMMERCE.
-XOSEY 8 PER CENT., NEW YORK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
-Cotton Qniet an Unchanged Mid
dling 5)c Sales Tester
tlnj, 25 Bales.
Money ia good demand at 8 per
cent. Local securities are steady and
In the cotton market there is little
doing. The clo. e yesterday was qniet ;
middling, c ; tales, 25 bales. At New
York yesterday epots closed steady;
middling, 9c. Futures steady; Au
gust, 9.099.1 lc. A leading New York
cotton circular tays: "Trading was in
much the sains fcrm as yesterday. An
evident dts're t3 get rid of September
prevailed, with tome pretty unloading
carrying prices doTn along the entire
line. The lalter months, however,
were least depressed, as they were
wanted on swap?, and at the close
itso l nearly the rains as last evening,
with a showing of steadiness. Thwe
seemed to be no special effort to force
tlia markets, but simply a tired 'long'
interest selling ont, and a little manip
ulation to increase the ilmerence be
tween the moLths."
At New Orleans spots were dull ;
middling, flc ; tuhuea steady, August,
At Liver; osl spota were dull in bn
er0' favor; middlinn, 5Jd; futures
ntondv: Auucat. 5 4 64d.
In the gectral market thtre are no
features of note. Eggs scarce,1314c
Or hnmlrprl and fortv-one rkc
bacon, 315 p- pj boats and shoes, 20u0
bu corn. 13s7 aks c flee, 578 sks cotton
sed, 3-' pKj8 ary roous, i pk jkk
ir.i Ulan hv ;V nto hats. 33 lul hocn
23 hd cattle, 3S pkgs lard, 61,000 it
Inmber, 40 ptgi liquors, 6050 bu oats,
77 brls potatote, 1 case pork sides, 106
brp sugar and 45 psga looacco.
Tlia frtllAKT-in atinara t.hn Amnnnfc of
frain received, withdrawn and in store
y regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today: Corn
rocoivo.l KT1 bn ; withdrawn. 2193
in store. 4ti03 bu. Oata raceived
9249 bu : withdrawn,
store. 44,290 bu. Wheat
52 bu ; withdrawn, nona ;
5 Madison St., Memphis, Tcun.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AMD SHLLS
Money in giol demand at 8 per cent
' The Clearing Ho use report is as fol
Thuredav, August 26th, 8121,81719;
thus far this wek, $434,758 51 ; same
time last wees, $593 447 44; same time
in 1885, $41S.(Jii5 43; same time in
Thnra.lov i ii just. 5Hth. $52,749 37 :
thus far tnis we'k, $104,175 77; same
time last week, 5272,878 60; same time
xn l.S85,l'.Ult;j 8; tameumom ion,
New York sight on all points, par
1 , . -vf
buying, premium selling; new
England demand, i discount buying ;
New England sight, t discount; New
' Orleans, t discount, Diiying.par semng,
CiiVnl nnmmori'O 14(1 hirl. 149 anil nit
First Nationa1. 150 bid, 155 asked
- German Bank 195;bid, 200 asked
vfitate National -145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planten..150 bid, 163 asked
Mercantile ank....l35 bid, 137 i asked
ninff flttv innhiH ftpkfiil
Hernando 100 bid, ..- asked
1 ne VI J OA i
HOme IO U1U, OU HH&OU
Memphis City 102J bid, 105 asked
Ponnlo. 80 bid. 83 aaked
. Phoenix 98 bid, 100 asked
-Planters 107 bid, ... asked
VanWhitt 25 bid. 28 asked
AiOinwtnn 30 bid. ... asked
'factors 20 asked
;M. and O. R.E. enares..36 bid, ... asked
M.& T. E.R. shrs 45 bid. 50 asked
:M. & G. consols, 7S...119 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lat m. 8s... 105 bid, ... asked
Miss.&T.K.R. cs,A ...111 bid, 113 asked
Miss.&T.R.R.c,B..10IJ bid, 103 asked
'Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid. 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ter. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Shelbv Co. 6a -108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 97 bid, 98 asked
Tax. Dint. 6s 104 1105 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 104 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 97 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Worse bid, 6o asked
Am. Cot. Oil trurtJ,....45 bid. 47 asked
Pioneer Cotton Milis 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.8tor.Oom.Co..l02 bid. 103 asked
Maw. Gas stojk. -75 bid, 80 asked
Nkw York, August 20. Money on
call eesier, ranging from 3 to 7 per
cent., closing ctierid at 4. Prime raer
cantile paper, 4(n5 per cent. Sterling
exchange weak, active anl unsettled
actual rates 480 for 60 day bills and
4twi lor demand.
Bonds Government bonds have
i)sen very dull and steady. State
bonds have been entirely neglected
Railroad bands have been dutl and
secerallv heavy. Although the Bnai
ntss today shows seme slight improve
ment, the :ncreaee over yesterday
amounting to over $280,000, Erie sec
onds were again the only active issue,
the sales reaching $130,000. There
was positively no feature in the re
mainder of the list, final changes being
generally for insignificant amounts,
and are about eTenly divided between
traits and losses. Denver and Rio
?. O 1m T . I
iriande nrsts are np a i i-u, norm
Missouri firsts 2 at 116, and Lafayette.
Bloomington and Muncie incomes 6 at
46. Houston and lexos western divis
ion, coupon off, lest 2 at 102, and the
penaral sixes 3 at 65 ; Wabash seconds
3 at us.
Stocks The leading feature of the
s'ock market wes its extreme dullness.
A large proportion of the operators in
this market continue absent Today's
market was a scalper's market, pnre
and aimnle. The influences winch
may be said to have had an effect
nnon mices were unfavorable in the
morning, the advance in the discount
rate ot tne ant oi ogiana oeing
c Ansrally regarded as a bear argament.
Reports from the West of cutting of
rates by the Baltimore and Ohio bad
some little effect. In the afternoon
the statements of the Pennsylvania,
Erie and Northwestern were issued,
the latter being especially favorable. A
fall in tbe rates for sterling exchange
in consequence of the offerings of
commercial bills and the lack of in
quiry was announced. The trading
wob of a decidedly retail character
throughout the day. Most of the act
ive hocks opened unchanged tnis
morning, while the remainder showed
slight declines, Kansas and Texas be
ing down i per ceut. trices
made some slight advances in
the early tra.ling, but eoon gave
way, W extern Union refolding a drop
of 1 per cent. New York and New Eng
land, however, wai conspicuously
strong and remained so throughout
the day. Lowest prices were general
ly reached shoitly befora noon, after
which tne ruaiket continued nrm un
til tbe c'ose, which was generally at
small fraciioLS better than tbe open
ing. The total day's bnsinesi was
118,305 shares New York and New
England was the most active etock, its
aales amounting to 0,470. The only
other stacks recording over 10,000
shares were Lackawanna, r.ne ana
Lake Shore, in the order named, the
aggregate of the business in the four
ttocke being over one-half of the total
sales for the day. '! he final changes
are in no case for mora than for frac
tional amount?, the advances being in
The total tales of stoclcs today were
118,305 shares, including Duiaware,
Lackawanni and Western, 15,780;
Erie, 10,50; Lake Shore, ' 10.390;
Louisville and Nashville, 5S20; New
Yoik Central, 5410; St. Paul. 7600;
Union Pacific, 4060; Western Union,
U. 8. 3. 100'i.
4s, coup, lCd'S.
Pacific lis of W95, 13f.5.
La. ttami.i, U, 77. IIi(sonrl, 6,
Cent. Pan. Uls, lVM. I)ea. k K.li.lstn.U'O.
DeoAnuW.l.u,.SI2. Km eecoBd, Uf..
M.K.Al'.,Jon.tia,H4,4 N.irlh. Pao. lla,ll"'i.
North. Pao. 2j,lun'4.N. Wester con.. Ul1
St. Paul, con.,l;ir4. St.P.,C. A P. lVs,V2
T.P. land granH.5.1. T.P..E.Q.xcou. 67!4.
II. P. lt. llo. West Shore,
Tono.tis, act'int.Ki!. Xonn. eet'uit, 100.
Tenn. 3e, net'int, 78.
Adam) Expresi, 137. MorrifA E.,offd..l38.
Allenheny Cen., . Nashville A 0.,
Alton A T. H., 2X N. J. Central,
A A T. U., i.fd., 8S. Nor. k W., ifd., 43.
American Ex., 108. Northern Pao.. 27M.
B. C. R. AN., fi'l. Northern V. yi.,bt.
Canada Pao., O. A N. W.,
Canada Sou., 4:;'j. C. Sc N.W., pld.,140.
Central Pacific, N. Y. Central, lOS' j.
ni i. k. r a w V n I. c 1. ill'
C. & 0., 1st pld. lftU. N.Y. C.A St.L.,p.,2lX
V. x 2d plu.i lu. unio uenirai, .
C. A A., 141i. Ohio A Mi.., 234.
C. k A , ptJ., 155. O. A MiB.., vfd., j0.
C, II. A Q., 134'4. Ontario A Wen., 14.
C, St. h. A N. O Oregon Nav., 104.
CSt.L. A P., 12'$. Oregon Trane.,31H.
C, 8t. L. AP.p.,31. Oregon Imp., 22.
C. S. A C, 27. Paciflo Mail,
0.4 C, 5. Panama, W.
Del.AUud..l(W Peoria, D. A R., 29.
Pel., h, A W., 12S j. Pittbur. 161.
Den. A Rio Q.. 2H. Pullman P. C. 134.
Erie, 'M. Heading, 25.
Krierfd... 73'X. Kock Island, 124VJ.
EaitTenn.,K. Bt. h. A S. P., 27S.
EaitTenn. pld. 14. St. h. A S. P..P..SH.
Fort Wayne, 147S. St.L.A 8.F..UI P.lll
Hannihal A St. Jo.,- C. M. A St. P., 91.
U. A St. Jo., pfd., - 0. M. A St. P.,p.U.
Harlem, 230. Bt. P., M.A M., 113.
Houiton A X., ST.. Bt. P. A Omaha, 40.
Illinoii Cen.. 134. St.PaulAO.pfd., H.
Ind., B. A W., S. Ton. Coal A Iron,53.
Kansas A Texas Pacific, 14.
Lake E. A W., 64. Vnion Paoifio, MS.
Lake Shore, Kfii. V. 8. Express. 63.
Lnn. Nuh.. 44. W.. St. L. A P..
Lou. A N. A., 53. W..8t. L. AP.,p.,3lS
M. A C. first pi.. W. A F. Kx., ru.
M. AO. rfd., -. W. U. Tel., 65.
Mem. A Char., 36. Colorado Coal. 27H.
Mich. Cen.. 78'4. Houiestake, l'.
Min. A St. L., 1:. Iron Silver, ISO.
Min. A St. L.pfd,42S.Ontnrio, 2'.'.
Missouri Paeific.lOSX.Quicksilver, 4.
Mobile A Ohio. 13. Ouicksilver.pfd, 22
M.L. S. AW.,63. South Paoifio, .
Londox, August 26. The Bnk of
hngiand has advanced the rate ot clis
connt from 2 per cent to 3 per cent
Berlin, August 20. The statement
of tbe Imperial Bank of Germany
shows an increate in specie ot
Pakis. August 2G. Three per cent.
rentee, 8L'f b5c for the account. The
weekly statement of the Bank of
i ranee snows a dectease oi wu.utxjt
gold and an increase of 2,375,000f
Lovdon. Aueust 20. 4 p. m Con
suls 100 13-10 for money and 1C0J
for the account. United States bonds.
4Js, 112J. Tbe bullion in the Bank of
Enaland decreased 409.000 during
the past week. Tbe proportion of the
Bank of England's reserve to liability,
which last week was 44 1-10 per cent,
is now 43 11-10 per cent.
St. Louis, Mo., Aognst 26. Bank
clearings, ?a,348,(i9& ; balances, tHiv
Chicago, III., August 26. The
clearings of tne associated Danics to
day weie $7,007,000.
New York, Auguit 26. Clearing
Monte statement: xcunngee,
420,755; balances, 14,161,917.
Boston. Mass.. August 28. Clear
ing House statement: Exchanges,
$8,672,730; balances, f 1,702,301.
PBiLADKLrniA, Pa., August 26.
Bank clearings, 8,4,32; balances,
Baltimore, Md., August 26. Bank
clearings, fl.U-'o.l'JJ; balances, u,
The local cotton markot opened
quiet, and closed qniet ; middling, va,
Sales, 25 bales to spinners.
Ordinary 7i 7
Good Ordinarv.... 8 8
Low Middling 8 8
Middling 9 9J
Good Middling.... 91 . 9J
Middling Fair 104 10
Fair.- Nom. Jona
Dustv 62S8! 6!
Stains. tinges. ...... ...($... H
Mixraia, AunuitC 2, 1886.
Stock Sepi 1. 1885.... 1,392
Received to-dav 33 -
Received previously...6 15,243 540,068
Shipped to-day 52
Shipped previously....5 11,990
Home consnmution to
date 309 . 642,351
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st ...
M. and C. R. R
M. & T. R. R
M. & L. R. R, R
M., S.&B. R.R
Wagons and other sources.,
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st..
M., S. Jt B. R. R
New York spots opened steady, and
closed easy. Middling, 9c. Sales, 15S2
bales. Quotations were as follows:
Ordinary. 65 6
Good ordinary. 8 8
Low middling. 8 13-16 8 13-16
Middling.- 91 Bt
Good middling 9 9
Middling tair-.io .via lu b id
Fair 10 1516 10 15-16
New York futures onnned dull, and
closed steady. Sale", 85,700 bales. The
closing quotations were as follows :
Angnst 9.09(3 9.11 9.10 9.12
September... 9 07 (A 9 08 9.1K4 9.12
October 9.1O0 9.11 9 110 9.12
November...9.12 U:$ 9.13 9.14
December ...9.10 9.17 9 17 9.18
January 9.24 9.25 9 26
February 9 o2($ 9.33 h.:;j v.n
March 9.40 9.41 9 42
April 9.48 9.49 9.50 9.51
Mav 9.56 9 57 9.58(9 59
June 9 i'4r( 9 65 9.66 9.67
July 9.72 9.73 9.74 9.76
The NewOrleans spot market opened
quiet, and closed dull ; middling, 9o.
hales, 50 bales. Quotations were as
Ordinary 7 106 7 1-16
Good ordinary 7 13-16 7 1310
Low middling. 8 '
Middling 9 9
Good middling... .9J fcj
The New Orleans f-.:tnre market
opened steady, and closed steady. Saleo,
20,100 bales. Quotations were as fol
Augast 8.74 8.75 Nomiual
8eptember..8.G'.i 8.70 8.(i(ifo 8.07
October 8 6(i 8.67 8.05 8.06
jNovemoer-s.! ti.m ooy) .w
December .8 07 8.07 8.69 8 71
January 8.70 8.71 8.80 8 81
February ...8.S0 8 SI 8 W 8.93
March s.uico s si: ii.uum y.Uo
April 9.03(4 9.0 1 9.14 9 15
May 9.14 9.15 9.24 $ 9 20
Jnne 9.25 9 26 9 35 9.3i
July 9.36 9 37 9.45 9.47
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR MARRKT8.
Tone Prices Kec. Stock.
Galveston quiet. 91-10 10S3 3,910
N Orleans, quiet. 9 937 19,101
Mobile.... quiet. 9 3,020
Savannah, steady 8 278 3 8S2
Caarl'ston quiet. 8 30 1,724
Wilm'ton. steady 9 203
Norfolk.... quiet. 9 93 3,308
Baltimore dull. 9 9,421
New York easy. 9t 42 108,149
Boston quiet. 95 J 6,310
Philad'a... dull. 9j 11,019
Angnsta... quiet. 8JJ 23
Receipts at ports, this day, 18S6.. 2,294
Receipts at ports, this day, 1S85... 1,583
1886. I 1885,
R'tS TJ. S.
Ex. Gr. Br
R'tu SaDi. 1
Ibcreaee in receipts this yoar, te0,711
At noon: Liverpool spota were
dull in buyer' favor. Sales, 7000
bales, of which American 6840 bales.
Receipts, 3000 bales, of which Amor
ican 2200 bales.
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4 316d;good ordinary, 4
916d; low middling, 4Jd; good mid
dling 5jd; middling uplands, 5Ji;
middling Orleans, 5 3 lGd.
The pricti are given in pence ami Mtlix,
thui: 4 63 nviuw 4 63 64f; and 5 01
VWM3 5 1-61.?.
At noon: Liverpool futures wero
steady; August, 5 04; August-September,
5 04d ; Septemlier-October, 5 Old ;
October-November, 4 63d; November
December, 4 02d ; Dacembor-.Iauoary,
; January February, 4 63; Fobru-
ary-March, ; September, 5 04d.
At 2 p.m: Liverpool futures weie
dutl ; Angust, 5 04d sellers; Augnst
Beptember, 5 03d bnyers; Sopteniber
October, 5d buyers; October-November,
4 03 1 buyers ; November-December,
4 61d buvera ; December-January,
4 61d buyers ; January-February, 4J62d
buyers; February-March, 5d buyers;
September, 5 03d buyern.
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures wore
steady : August. 5 04d value; Auguat-
September, 5 04d sellers; September
October, 5 Old sellers ; October-November,
4 63d Eellers; No vember-December.
4 G2d sellers: December-Jan
uary, 4 62d sellers; January-Februa
ry, 4 63d buyers; Fehruary-Marcn,
5 Old sellers; September, 5 04d sellers.
The following quotations are the of
ficial quotations of the Merchants'
Cobnmial Standard, $2 45; pearl,
3 50; roller, $2 GO.
Hay Choice, from store, 7580e;
car load from levee or depot, 113 50
14; prime, from store, 7075c; car
load from levee or depot, $13 ; prairie,
from store, '50c; car load from levee
or depot, ss o09.
Corn FromBtore.white.53c ; mixed,
52c, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk, 48c; in sacks, 52c; mixed, in
bulk. 46o: in sacks. 40c.
Oats From store.white, 40c : mixed,
38c; from levee or depot, white, in
bulk, 35)0; in Backs. 37 Jc mixed, in
bulk, 33c; in sacks, 30c.
Bban From store, 7580c; from
lovee or depot, $13.
Flour From store. No. 3. 13 ; fam
ily. $3 60 : choice. 13 754 ; fancy, f t
4 25; extra fancy, $4 50; patents, $5
Beans Navy, $2 ; medlnm, $1 50
1 75 ; common, $2 25 ; Gertaan millet,
f l zueai 40.
Rica Louisiana, 45c, Carolina,
Oatmbal In half-barrels, t33 25
Cbace brs Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 41c: lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackeis,
treble extra, 7 jc ; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted tumbles. 9c.
Cbackbd Wheat In half-barrels,
14 2-5 from store.
Hominy and Geits From store,
$3 153 25.
Kansas City, Mo., August 26.
W neat weaker; JSo. z, red, casn, b4jc
bid: September. 65c: October, 66ic.
Corn steady; No. 2, cash, 321c; Sep
tember, 335c ; October, 35c bid. Oata
nominal, L'tc Did cash,
St. Louis, Mo., August 20. Flour
weaker but not quotably lower,
Wheat An absence of warlike news
and hlcher codbiIh wnakend the mar
ket and prices declined c, but toward
the end there was a partial recovery,
and prices closed c belotv1 yesterday.
No. 2 red, cash, 79c ; September, 7!4
7!Jc, closing at 79i7'jc; October,
81J(;81Ic, closing at 81J81Jc; No
vember, 83J8-IJc, closing at 83jc.
Corn declined JJc, except for Sep
tember, which was sustained : No. 2,
mixed, cash, 3S3Sjjc; September!
3!)c, closing at 38 jc; October and
November, 40440jc. Oats lower and
weak: cash, 26i27c, according to lo
cation; September, 202Gjc ; October,
27ic; May, 32I33c. Rye slow; 62c
asked, Barley dull ; Iowa Scotch sold
62c. Hay weaker: prairie, $3 10;
timothy, f 1014. Flaxseed lower at
1106. Bran quiet at 4950c. Com-
meal steaay; z iti -m. Receipts
ITIr,. nnn hrta kt OO llikl kit.
corn, 23,000 bu ; oats, 54,000 bu j rye,
du; untie , ovuj im. ouipmeuio
L1nn- CtMW Krlo trV.a 11 tMi U.
corn, 1000 bu; oatp, 4000 bu; rye,
uuue; umc), uuui-,
VUlV AUU Aaxa MUUV 1 f Ub
waa unsettled and irregular today
vl'bui aoAJiipr and the market rlnnfld Ifit 'ft.i
lower than yesterdav. The cables
i i : i t . a
were less wanne, waicn occnsiooeu
trji-l r aufinl AAm wca an-
11CC uum J" vibii a in n no v -
gaged for 100,001) bus hole. Corn ruled
weaker unuer uie innuence oi large
vaiwlnti and rhu;iit Inu-Ar VaiwoI
room waseagaged for 400,000 bushels.
0U ruled lower and closed ri un
der yesterday. Flour steady and un
changed. Wheat weaker. Sales ranged:
August, 7777Jc, closed at 77j!c; Sep
tember, 77)7SJc, closed at 7Sjc; Oc
tober, 79jS0iic, closed at79 15-16c;
No. 2 spring, 77c; No. 2 red, 79Jc.
1 wm traokar rjoh A in i mruut
41J4Uo, closed at 41 jo; September,
4l(-W23, closed at 42Jc; October,
easier; cash, 2t32t!c; Angnst, 25 jc;
Peptetnber,2652tiic,closid at 269-l(c;
October, 27j2Sc, closed at 7c. Kye
quiot;No. 2, 50c. Barley quiet ; No.
2, 60c. l'Wsetd Dteadv"; No. 1, $1 10
'licnt AT nil.1 iui rnm 'V, 111.(1 hn
oat?, 253,000 bu; rye, HKiO bu; barley,
56.0JO bu. Ship'mcats Flour, 8000
Dris; wneni, op,niu uu; corn, .uu,twu
Ini! mitH. 102 000 ba: rve. 2000 ba:
barley, 10,000 bu.
Bcttkr Butterine, 121c; cream
ery, 2225n ; dairy, 1617c; couniry
Ciieksb i'iltno Hats, hjc, nominal :
New York factory. 9c, nominal; full
cream, 10llc; "Young America, 13
IIoo Prouccts Mess pork, f 11 ;
eunar cured lums, 13J1 lc; breakfast
bacon, 8l10c; clear rib sides bacon,
7jj74o; baccn Biiouideis, .Static;
side, Ojc; shoulders, Gjc; long clour,
Lard Tierces, 7Jc; half-barrels and
kegs, 7c; choice kettle, 8c.
Fhush M bats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c; bind quarters of beef, 8Jc;
lambs, f2 OOOJ ou.
St. Louis, Mo., Angnst 20 re
visions firm, wit h a good demand for
bacon. Pork job lots, $10 15. Lard
nominally 6 62 lor small lots; no
lound lota here. Bulk meats dry
salts d. lonir clear, it) 30; shoit ribs,
t0 35 ; short clear, $0 55. Bacon long
clear, i wigv ; snon rn, o o,
0 90 ;' short clear, 7 157 20. Hams,
1213e. Bntter top grades firm,
oihets weak ; dairy, 1018c ; caeamery,
18022c. Eggs lirmer, Ui12c.
Chicago, III., Angnst 26. Mora
pork in fair demand, declined 57jc,
rallied and c'osed 2J5c lower; caab,
f9 629 55; September, J9 5009 55.
closed at J9 52J$9 55; October, $9 60
9 05, closed at 19 62. Lard easier
under increased offerings, and closed
5c lower; cash, $7 22; September,
17 2507 35, closed at 17 25; October,
fit 6-30 70, closed at ft! 07. Short
rib sides Bteadv: cash. $6 17G 20.
Boxed meats slow; dry salted shoul
ders, $5 755 87; short clear sines,
f8 600 65. Butter quiet and steady ;
creamery, 1722c; dairy, 172uc.
Eggs, 1212c. ,
1010c; prime Rio, ll12o; choice
to fancy, 12(yl3c; old government,
425c; Ceylon, 1822c.
Soap 35c per pound.
Kitt 1 ois nor hnrrnl ! aankfl. One.
l ar.r.ril nn- rnnrnn. $1 151 20: nock-
. " U-T vv , , - - - . , -
eta, bleached, 2j7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheaper.
t'.ANniRs Sticks, an sizes, in doxbb,
pails and barrels, 89c.
Canules-FuII weight, 010c.
Canned Goons, Etc Prices per doa
en: Pineapples, $1 3501 65; peaches,
2-lb, standard, SI 3501 65; seconds,
f 1 101 15 ; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
tl 25WJ1 35:3-lb. tl 1501 30; straw
berries, $1 351 40: raspberries,
$1 1501 25; Diacknerries, it
1 15; greengages, fl 6001 75;
pears, $202 25; plnms, $1 600
1 70 ; asparagus, 12 6004 ; green corn,
$101 35; green poas, fl 650165; cove
eyeters, full weight, 1-lb. $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 Sr.- nnna nvntnrH. litlit weiffht. 1-lb.
65c ; cove oysters, lighj weight, 2-lb,
11: condensed run urnwn, vt ikj
5 75 ; Eagle,$7 517 75 ; Daisy, f 4 75.
Molabsrs Louisiana, common to
fair, 1825c; prime to choice, 2835c ;
syrup, 2440c; common to lair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 30033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c.
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 270
28c; other grades and styles, 35085c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, flO 25 per case; R. R., f9 60
Scgab Pure white, 62""; off
white, 6J;c; yellow clarified, Clc;
Open kettle, 5 j0c ; refined A, 6 j0ic;
granulated, 67c; powdered, 71
7;cut loaf, 78c.
Powder Kegs, $1 ; half kegs, f2 25 ;
quarter kegs, it 1 25.
Havana, August 26. Sugar more
active; sales 13,000 bags centrifugal
95 polar'xation at 2 50 gold per
quintal; 12,017 bass centrifugal 90
polarization at $2 50 gold per quintal.
Nbw York, August 26. 4Joffee snot
fair Rio firm; options a shade higlior
and active; sales. 45,000 bags; Au
gost, 8.60c ; September 8.50c ; October
November, 8.40c; December, 8.40
8.45c; January, 8.458.50c; February,
8.50c; March, 3.5508.000 ; April 8.60
08.65c. Sngar firm and in moderate
demand; English Island, 3j4!jc;
molasses sugar, 38 : centrifngal, 6 ; re
fined strong; O, 455c; extra C, 5J
6c; white extra C,6jc; off A, 56Jcj
standard A, SJc; powdered, 68(ic:
granulated, 6Jc. Molasses, quiet and
firm ; 50 test, 17c. Kice steady, de
A prLES Apples, $1 7502 50; from
levee or depot, $1 601 75: dried ap
dies, 2J3o per pound from store.
Dried peaches, 2$03o from store.
Vegetables Onions, $2 7503 from
store; $20 2 25 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, J2 50: per head, 10c;
$1 75 from levee or depot per crate;
Garlic, 40060c per 100. Turnips, 60o
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, mmi
nal, fO. Lemons, $7 6008 per,
box. Bananas, $102 per bnnch.
Oocoannts, $ per 100. Peanuts Vir
glnia, 7c; Tennessee, farmer's stock.
304c; roautad, 2o higher; snelled,
10c. Almomls, 18020c.
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; Uaniornia, ; imperial,
f 3 5004.
Pickles In Jars, pints, 95c; quarts
fl 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons,
$3 75 ; loose, barrels,$6 50 ; half-barrels,
13 75; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
hall -barrels, $6.
Potatoes New, $1 251 75; North
ern stock, f 2.
Cidbb New York, $0 60 per barrel
and $3 75 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 10
per gallon. ,
Pecans Texas, 8010c for small to
medium, 10014c for large; Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-banels, No. 1,
$4 f05; No. 2. $3 2503 50; No. 3,
f2 753; 10-lb kit, No. 1, 80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. S, 50c. Dry herrings,
family, 30c per box.
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,15c;
Grenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Poultry Chickens, fl2 25; old
Gams Game fish, 11012c.
COTTON NEED FUOIH'ITS,
In car load lots: Ptitne crude cotton
seed oil, 2325c; off crude cotton seed
oil, 20021c; prime summer yellow
cotton seed oil, 34035c; oil summer
yellow cotton seed oil, is0JOc:
miners' summers yellow cotton Deed
oil, 32c: prime summer white cot
ton seed oil, 34c; choice ccoking yel
low cottin seed oil, 3530o ; prims cot
ton seed meal, $14 50015; off cotton
seed meal, $1213 60.
BAUUINU A Nit TIES), ETC.
BAOoiNo-Jate. 2 11, 8c; 1J lbs,
7Jc; 1 lhs, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 7 c
Tik-$1 1001 15.
Nails $2 15.
U1DEM A .NO TALI.OW.
Tlinmi Tirv flint 1(JMJl1fiv llrv
salt, 10012c ; green snlt,7JSc ; green,
t)y,itc; ueer sains, layiic. uoeswax
.lull at 20021c; uiiow,3;ic.
Coal Oil rrime white, wholestile
lots, 11c per gallon.
Clkvklani). O.. AncnBt 26. Petrole
um quiet B. w., 110, 7 Jc.
PiTTHiirRo, Pa., An?tnt 20. retro
1 iMi rn nniet tint tirm. Kinld news con
tinues wariah ; opened at lilje, ad
vanced to 61 (' and tlieu broke to (i 8 at
1 n'l-liipk. The nnvlnrt of the Wash-
inntjn Field past 21 hours was lii.oOO
bns, an increase of over .',000 bit.
W8INKT, l.dlCOKH), ETC.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, f I 5005; redistilled goods from
85c to f 150, according to proof; rye,
St. Louis, Mo., August 26. Whlsly
sUady, $1 10.
Ohicaoo, III., Angnst 26. Whisky
steady, f 1 15.
Cincinnati, O , August 26. Whieky
steady ; tales of 593 barrels of finished
goods on a hexis of II 10.
live n rot It.
Cattlb Choice to extra corn fed,
900 to 1050 lbs, none received ; g iod,
none received ; choice grass cattle, 30
3c;good, 2i(A3c; fair to medium,
2J2c; scallawairs, 101c.
lloos Choioo,4104 Jc ; good,33 lc ;
Shrbh Choice, 303 Jc ; medium, 2
03c; common, jll 50. Choice
lambs, per miuuJ, 1101 Jo
Kansas City, Mo., August 26. The
Live Slock Indicator reports: Cattle
Receipts, 12S9 head; shipments none;
dull and weak except for uhoico com
fed; good to choice, $404 60; com
mon t) modiutn, $3 4003 90; stock
em, f2 300 2 75; feeders,$2 8003 M;
cows, $1 5002 50; gMss range steer,
$2 4O03 35. HogH-Koceipts, 4283
bead; shipments, 1623; wenk, llow
and 10c lower ; good to choice, $4 45
4 70; common to medium, ft 10
4 50; skips and pigt, $2 250 4 20.
Sheop liecoipts, 312 head ; shipments,
none: ouiet: itood ti choice, $240
f 3 ; common to medium, f 1 60
Chicago, III., Aognst 2(1. The Dw
er' Journal reports: Cattle liecoipts,
12,000 head; shipments, Lead;
markot slow, 10c lower; shipping
stocrs, 050 to 1500 lbs, $3 t'.(K5 02 ;
stackers and foednia, $2 2003 60;
cows, bulls and mixed, fl 5003 40;
bulk, f2 500 2 80; through Texas
cattle, common to good, $2 ol),i 50 ;
Western rangers slow; natives nnd
half breeds. $304 ; common, $2 600
3 ; wintored Texans, $303 70. Hoks
Receipts, 15,500 head ; shipments, 3500
head; market slow, 5c lower; rough
and mixed, $3 9004 60; packing
$4 5004 95; light weights, $3 700 4 65;
skips, $2 5003 50. Sheep Kecelpts,
4000 head; shipments, 1200 head;
market weak ; nniives,f2'4 ; Western,
$3 (A3 40; Texans, fl 7503; lambs,
$4 1004 70.
NKW YORK OKI UOOUN MAItliET.
New York, August 26. The de
mand of agents is very steady for
many moderate atsortments, which,
with the distribution of receipts on ac
count of orders, gives a very good
total of sales. Agents have advanced
Blackstooe. Hope - and Fitchtille
bleached ba each, and Cabot blenched
Klllk Crust, Dandruff, Eczema and
All Scalp Humors Cured
T AST NOVICMHKR ni little boT. rniod
lj three yeart, fall Kalnt the itove while
he w runninic, rtiJ cut bin hel. nd rlxht
alter mat, lie broil uut all over uiioeau,
fare and left ear. I had a Kood doctor, lr.
-. to atuail him. hut he lot worito. and
the doctor oould not cure hlio. Ilia wholo
head, face and loft ear were in a fearful ntute,
and he Ruflnred terrihlv. rauifht the dii-
ane from hiio. and It niread all over lnyfao
una neon and even not lino iuj er. no
body thiianht we would ever aet better. I
lii It mre we were dliflgured for lifo. 1 heard
of the Cutioi ra Hkmhmikh, and liromired a
loltleof Cctioura Haaoi.viST, a boi of Cu
TMji'ii, and a cake of Cuticura 8oap, and
uned them conaiantly day and niifht. After
uiin two bottlea of Kanni.vaur, (our boxen
of CtiTiniRA and four cakea of Hoai", we are
perfectly cured without a oar. My boy
gain ! now like latin. LJLUK KFXINd.
M71 (Irand Street. Jenoy City, N. J.
Sworn to before niethia27lh day ol March,
lVi. OILUEHT P. K0U1N80N, J. 1'.
TUE WOKfiT NOKK IIEAIt.
Have been in the drug and medicine bonl
noFH twenty-five year. Have been lellinx
your Cvticiiri Hrridirb i;'e they ramo
Wont. They lead all cithern In their line.
Wecoald not write nor could you print a'l
we have heard laid In favor of the I'i thtiu
Kkjjidikh. Una year ao the Cuticiiha and
Bnif cured a little ir'rl In our hotiae ol the
worat aore head we ever aaw, ami the Riani.
vaxTani Cuticc ka are now citrine a young
Kentloisan of a aore Ik, while the iihyaiciana
are tnintt to have it amputated. It will aave
hia leg, and perhapa hia life. Too much can
not be aald in favor ot Citicub Rrmiiis.
..Covington, Ky. H.B. BM1T11 A UKO.
Ci'Ticnaa IUmr!ii8 aro a poaitlve euro for
evory form of rikin and Blood PIsenBea,
from Piuploa toborofula. Sold everywhere.
1'rloei Ci'TiRt'RA, 50 eta ; 8ai', 2ft ota.; Ita
bii.viit, tl. J. Prepared by tbe 1'urTRa
Diiuo and Chimioai. t-'o., Botton, MaB.
Send for "How to 'nre Mkln IHxnwre."
UTa'TV Dlemiahea, Plmvlea, Blackheada
OBll' and liaby Uumori, uaeUuncuaA
H I. of At MEM mid I -INN)
which no human ak ill aeema able
to alleviate, ia the condition !
thftna-nilA who aa vet know nothing
of that new andeleaant antidote to
naln and lnllammation. tho Ct rl-
rrm a uti-Pa tm Pt tKTrit. yc.
wh. Nw iSti.TTIuMrml i 011
naJ aiilwol innoe umnrj
SmU, Table. Chairs,
Book Caaea. tonnirea.
letter Preaaea. Cabinets
tadlei' Fancy Deika,e
t in-it Onndi and lAiwe
frae. PowUaw 4o. Wo froaUi,
UaooVLTN, 1. T.-Board on the BilL
Mra. 11. C. Howard, 2tl Waahingtoj
Park. Rooma large; location delightful!
Convenient to eara to Manhattan Beach,
coney Iiland, Long Beach and Central Park)
alio to Nan Vork placet of amuae menu
a,' , v
u:. . v., .
RIVERS ASP STMBOATS
STEAM KIW LEATIXU
Frlari Point .....Jauks Lrr, 5 p.m.
Oiceola..-.- Coahoma, 5 p.m.
Vlcksburg C'Y op ViOKnCRG,5 p.m.
St. Lcuia V. U. Pon r.i.L, 10 a.m.
White River Frkdhic Robinsox, 5 p.m.
White River Alberta No. 3, 5 p.m.
JtOVE.MF.MS A I' Till LEVEB.
m"m'a. Kate Adams, Arkanr:ts
City; iiayrsi, Tiptjnville; liuckeye
Dfiifirfurci. Ka'e Ailams, Arkansas
Citv; Buckeye fStats, Cincinna i.
Jioats in i'(r(. Ciayoso and l.d fos
ter. liitatt lhieDrju.tt.- Coahoma and City
IioaU Due f.p. Jautes Lee, D. U.
Powell, Alborta No. 8 and Freddie
Kate Adams 2 bales cotton, 578 sks
seed, 1 horse, N! pkgs sundries.
tiayoso- 4 bales cotton, 8 pkgs Bnn
drifs. Buckeye State lStl brls flonr and
meal, 840 kens nails, ISO eks oats, 7J2
dog irons, pkga suudiies.
1TITI ItK MOVEMENTN.
Thk D. R. Powell, Capt. (ieorgo W.
Yickere, will pnts up this morn
ing at 10 o'clock for Cairo and St.
Tim Alberti No. 3, Capt. A. It
Piintli. is the packet tomorrow evening
at. 5 o'clock, lor White river. H. 0.
Wi soli is her c erk.
Tim City of Viikshmg, Capt. Dan
Able, is the Anchor Line picket this
evening at 5 o'clock for Vicksbnrg and
the beiuie. lleo. Walton is her clerk.
The James Lee, Capt. Thsmas C'ng
gett, is the packet this evening at
5 o'clock for Helena, Knars Point Bnd
all wav landings. Will Darnigh is in
Thk Coahoma, Capt. Henry Coopc,
is tho'packrt this evening at 5
o'clock lor Oaceola and the upper
bends. Wm. t-mitlier has charge of
Tub Milt Harry Line steamer Fred
die Kobinson, Capt. Milt It. llairr, ia
the packet tomorrow evening at 6
o'clock for all points on White and
Black rivers. Hugh Hmi:h and James
!S.u sbury are her cerks.
Wiathkr clear and warm.
Ueckipts by river yeiterJay, 6 bale
c f cotton and 578 sacks of seed.
Tub Buckeye State arrived yU
dny afternoon from Cincinnati wtth
26S2 packages of freight, and retnawd
late last night with a light trip.
Thi Kate Adams arrived yesterday
morning from Arkansas City wi 3
bales of cotton, 573 sacks of earxLl
borse nnd 83 packages of enndrltM,
and returned last evening with a hit
Tub (Jayoso arrived yosterday morn
ing from Tiptonville with 4 bales of
cotton end a lot of Btiutlrim, and lias
laid up for tho present. The Chmn
peake, now on lier way from New Or
Orleans, will take her place nt an early
HIVEKS AM la WEATHEK.
Ofpich BictNAL SunvicB, U. 8.
Mkmpuis, August 20, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75" meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Onnar Lino-Feet and tontha of a foot
above lero of gauge i
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanooga. 33 (eel.
Cincinnati, 50. Davenport, l.r.
Mubuiue.lA. Fort Huilth, .
Keokuk, It. Helena. -.
La Crime, 24. Leavenworth, 20
Little Rook, 23. Loulaville, 26. m
Memphia.aL New Orleana, 13.2. .
Na-hvllle, 40. Pittaburg,-.
Oranha, 18. Bt. Paul, 7. .
St. Louia, 32. Vlckaburf , 41.
Shreveport,28. Yankton. 24.
KvAN8ViiLB,Iin., August 26. -Noon
Kiver rising, with 0 feet 1 inch on the
CiKciNMATi,Augrt 26 Noon-IUvei
11 feet (jinchesou the gauge and fulling.
Wfather clear ; thermometer 82.
Pittsbcro, Angnst 20. Noon
River 1 foot 3 inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather clear and warm.
Whbbmno, W.Va., August 28 Noon
Kiver 3 feet 7 Inches on the gunge
and falling. Weather clear and pleas
LorjisviLLB,Angust 26-Noon Bhrer
River stationary, with 0 feet 7 incBw in
the canal and 4 feet 5 inches on the
falls. Weather cloudy nnd warm,
ltiisinosa dull. Departed: Ohio, Cin
cinnati. Cairo, August 2'i. Noon Rrver 11
feet on the gangs and stationary.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
City of Vlcksburg, Ht. Louis, 7 a.m. ;
(tranlte State Memphis. 9 a.m. De
parted: Granite State, Cincinnati, 10
HEALTH 18 WEALTH. Da. B. C.
Wear. Naava ad Bai TanriiaNT,
a guaranteed irwelfio for llyaUrla, Dieaj
neaa. Convulaionaa, Fita, Nervoua Neural
gia, Headache. Nervotn Proitratlon, oanaed
by the ue of alcohol or tobacco i Wake
fulneai. Mental Depreaalon, Bettenint of the
Brain, reaulting in inaanlty and lea, Ing to
mtaery. deoay and deatht Premature Old
Age, JJarrenneaa, Loai of Power In either
ail Involuntary Loiaei and Spermator
rhea, eaueJ by over-exertion of the brain,
aelf-abuaaoroverlndulgenoe. Kach boi oon
taini on month'a treatment. II a boi, or
aix boiei for K.aent by mall prepaid, on
receipt of nrloe. We guarantee Six Boxea
to cure any eaao. With each order reoeived
by uaforiii hoiea, accompanied with II,
we will aend the pnrohaeer our written
guarantee to refund the money If the treat
ment doe not affect a our. Qnarantaei
laaced only h A. KKNKIHT A CO.. Drug-gli-ta,
Thai Orlvlnal Mail Only
Sale and alwaya Reliable. Bewayejl wr b.
na lmitationa. Indiaiienaable to LA lliue.
Ak your Uraaglat for " 'haaitHir'a
Kacll-',and take no other, or incloM to
(atampa) to oa for par Honiara t"t"b
rolura until. VAPEB. t-1-
alratir a itomlrnl to.,
axis Mud 1MB Hqnare, rhlltl., ,
AXKAUMaupplied by ako. C.U00DW1M
WbolMale AKMiM, Bfm,
FOR WHITE RIVER.
MILT HillHT N
JLEJLPHIS & WHITE RITER PK'T.
Milt Harrr. nantr
For Helena, Terrene, De Valla BlnfT, Del Arc,
Augmta, Clarendon, Newport and
Will leave at above SATCRDAY it 5 p.rai
Through rate! to all polnta. Freight ecu
aigned to Milt Barry Line. Memi bir. will bt
promptly torwardeit. JA3. a- ni. utus.
tifflceT Mndirin at. Txleyhnne "
FDR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
For llirkmiin, Cairo, St. Louia and all War
I.nndinK The elegant iteamer
1. 11. 1'owell.
Will leave the Klevator FRIDAi', Auguat
-ith.at HI a.m. lor freight or resaege apply
C. I.. Hivi , l'...A't. IAD STiiHM. Air't.
HI. Louia anil Hrm Orlratna A arbor
l.lne-I'.N. Mll-FOR VICKSBURi.
City or Vlcksburg,
bar- Able maater. a
Will leave Elovau.r THIS DAI, Auguit
37th, at & p.m. For freight or paaage apply
C. L. Ili t . P., Agt. AD ST"HM. Sup'U
FOR LOULSVILLE A CINCINNATI
rUH ISVILI.K A I'lNtlMSATI.
J. 8. Jones ....nmater I 11. C. Prm-e ..... .clork
Will Irnve MUNUAV, Augutt 3uth, at p.m.
For (reishl or puaaage apply to C. B. HI S-
SKLL, O. F x T. A . . VI .Madia m at. Tcie-
hon .IIIHN CAHM. vv-t c
For Oaceola, llalca Point, Cnruthcrsville.
tiayono and Tlptunvlllo The tiiw "t -Jtt
W. P. Hull master I B. 0. MU'Uoii. ..olert,
AV ill leave ns above, and all way i inta,
KVKRY MUNUAV and TIU'R.-DAY at 5
p.m. For I rclyht it i "iMny npi'ly li i".r
WoiupMe.t'rtnre Point and Kviupbie
anil aiarroln PiwaiM t omimuy.
lor Helena, Ulendale, Frian Print and all
Way Landlngi iheaiter
.Tain cs Iee,
J. H. Cooper, master... J. W. Sanibari.olf rg
Will leave aa above on every .M'J.NuAY,
WEUHSbUAi and 1K1DA1, at 9 o c.o. l.
For Randolph, folton, Oaceola anl a
F. T. Clnirgt'tt...mniitpr ! Piatt Khu,li'.-...cierll
Leaves Kicry MO.NDAV. WKU.NESfJAV
nnd FRIDAY nt 5 p.m. Thebonuof thi
linereaerve the right to paaa all Un.tinga
the ctptain may dnem uneiife. ' fTu'c, No. t
Nndi.on t. .1 M K-J l.rK.Ja . Mu-'t.
Memphl8& White Kiver Hit.Co
For Clnramilon, Dovulle lllnrt., Ilea
Arc, Auguata, Searcy. Newp rt, Jnokaon
port, llatcarille and all Way Landlnxa,
NTH. lilt KAN W, rp -
V. O. Poatal. "! j. V ' riTV
Will leave EVERY WEPSESDXv t 1 p..
mi. ai.iii:kta so a,
Albert B. Smith matrr,
uert u. Mnun 1 nrm ii'fT'fl i
III leave kVKHV SA1IJKDAY al D..
Through ratca given to all point". Freight
conaigncd to the Mem phia and While Hiver
Packet Co., at Moinpbl or Terrene, will ba
forwarded promptly. For general Informa
tion apply at ollloc, No. J Mudiann at,, on
C-ill Tnlephone ''J. II. 0. L'KVF. A"'t
The St.FranclH River TronanortntloE
Co.'iFine bide-W heel U. S. Mall tiUumet
WILL LEAVE MKMPHIli EVERY
I t KilaAT.
at 5 o'clock, for Marlanna. the Cut-Off. ar.4
Intermediate landlnga on bt. Francli river.
The oaptaln reaervea the right to raai al
landlnga he deema nnaafe. JAS. LKS, Jr.t
Suprlntndr.Ti. OWce, No. 4 Mndi"n at.
JHoQiplils and Vlt kHhurg Packet Com
paur U. S. .11 all Line.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkaa
laa City Tho elegant paaaenger iteamer
M. K. Cheel!,.maatr I W. C. Blauker...oierk
Leavea Mom phia
KVKRY MONDAY and TUURSDA7, at
p.m.,reaervlng therlght topaai alllandingl
the captain may deem unaale. For general
Information apply at office. No. 4 Madiaoa
atreet. K. WALWORTli, Agenl.
JOHN flARH. Paa.'r Aaent. Telephone 'i.l
Arkansas Klvcr Pk't Co.
Str. R, L COSB,
K. B. Smith ... maaur. A ,
Leavea Mewl big Kvery TUKRliA Y. al 5 p.a
II. C. LOW E, Agent,
OWW, No. Madiaon at. Telephone No. "j
a s tt
p M o 2. S
5 K 3 2 ft
r x 2 " 2
t-te " P
Ik w S I c
JOHN i:. KaMILE & CO., Agents,
Electric Belt Free
TO Introduce It and obtain agenti wa will
for the neit aigty daya give away, frea
of charae, in each county In the Li. . a nm
Ited number ol our Mriniii fclffitre) JI
vaailo KiiapriiHorr tit-Ilia. Price to: a
poaitlve and unfailing cure for Nervoui De
bility, ' Varicocele, iimiaaiona. Inapotency.
etc. i'ai.ia Re war i paid if every Belt we
tnaaulacture doae aot gantrate a genuine
ilectrlo prret. Aailrnaa at vtc KLt.O
Rio Bill ackscy. p. :o. iboi ;m,
Ironklvn. N T. ,
retailor (or Hie Original S3 Phaxs
RoneGenalue aialcaa bMtrlag tblapitamp.
JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE
Hade In Button, von e ea una i .
Kit g, Comort and Arvtar
once. A iMMtalcard ant to)
newlll bring you inronna
auf St ate or Territory- -M
ion now togt'l inw euu. um
U a.l..x In ih aatlmatlriB fit
irTStra Satr7 o" b" rl- th. worlATt.0
SSSStS wSat :! WUI m yuu the na U yoa
aa tiw . -
ALL peraoni are hereby warned Bot to
purcnaaeCertiflcate No. Wtor tan aharea
Maaonic Temple Stock, laaued toR.W. bhel
ton, April 11, 1S74, a It haa been loit or mu
l i. and Ihaveapp led tor a duplicate.
b. K. BlliLIOS, Aioiioiiuator.
1 fa I
?Bg!l f otf
lUik "VV Bveuo. Um.' 1
I l u tt 41 Lincoln oi..