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4H1ICE MD COMMERCE.
M05E.I 8 PfcR CENT., NEW YORK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton Quiet and Unchanged Mid
dling, Do Hales Tester
daj, 73 Bales.
Money in gaod demand at 8 per
cent. Local securities aro s'.cady and
-'tending upward.
In the cottin market t,hers is little
doin. The c!o;e yesterday was quiet ;
. middling, lc ; tales, 75 bales. At New
York" jetterday spots closed steady,
middling, 91a. Futures steady; Kep
tmbir, O.C99.10o. A leading New
York cotton circu'ar rajs: "A slight
imnrovtment in cab'e advices started
the mak3t here somewhat higher, but
ifith xery little real demand, and the
recently create! longa commencing t
take profit', there was a reaction, with
the cloee du'l end a fi action under hat
evening in some cases. Tne privu e
accounts fiom Liverpool are quite
slack and crop reports improving, I
whic'i checks demani- without in
creas ng the deeire to sell."
At New Orleans spots were dull and
l-16c bwer, middling Sjs; futures
steady, September 8 (i'.t8.70c.
At L-vtr. oolepota were firm; stiffen
kg a littlf, middling 5JJ; futures
quiet and steady, Sep'eraber5 4 64d.
The Manc'ae9'er Guardian in its
comnincial article of yesterday sayj:
Business is moderate and generally in
active. Producers are not ptesstd to
sell. I'ricfs era steady. 'I hey till
have a tendency to occasionally favjr
bnvers. Tim unexecuted contract!
now ia hand are sufficient to give
buyers a so id subtt'a um of ftrength.
The marietta's alfO sustained a mod
erate addition of Ireth force. Bus nesi
at this period of the yeir is uul)y
feeble on accoont of th holidays in
the principal f pinning mills, but the
i ac ion dses not indicate d p es-ioo.
The export yarns market is sufleiing
especially. The stocks are heavy, and
the extreme lownessofpricej prevents
the pressing cfs .les. Toe cloth busi
ness is not up to the average. Shirt
ings are dull, fee 1! era gladly accept
the loweBt r. tei of Friday. A moder
ate business is doing in J.conets nd
Dhootiea. Tbesi are well under can
trac1. Praetirally ih9 esme may be
said of priming and other finiatiirg
c'oths and heavy goods.
In the genera1 market cotton seed
wodutts aie firm and advancing.
Prime etude oil 20c. Other articles
ate unchanged.
IMPORTS.
Ki-.tv.ona brls anDles. 100 sks bran,
0 pkRS bntter, 900 r's bagging, 111 pkgs
bacon, 632 ptgi boots and shoes, 3900
bu corn, 15 pks cheese, 905 ks coffee,
SS5 nki) c.nttaa wed. 318 nkiH dry soods,
54 pkaeleegs, C45 brls flour, 650 bales
Day, 3 paps Data, iz nu cmup, 4i
hd liorees and mu re, oa.uuu it ininner,
25 pkgs liquors, 88 brls meal, 8350
bn oate, 25 b rls onions, 1 5 brls potatoes,
387 brls sugar and 480 pkgs tobacco.
KLKVATOB REPORTS.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today: Corn
received, 6742 bu; withdrawn, G817;
in store, 771 bu. Oata received, 23,
769 bu; withdrawn, 2233; in store,
108,813 bn. Wheat received, none;
withdrawn, rone; in store, 7C55 bu.
J OHN Is. NORTON
9 Sladtain St., Memplilfi, Tenn
DEALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AMD SELLS
AKERICAN COTIOaf,
OILTBDNr CERTIFICATES).
FINANCE.
Money in gsod demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing House report is as fol
lows :
CLEARINGS.
Wednesday September 1st, $130,
648 31 ; thos far this week, $456,059 99 ;
same time las: wek, $312,941 32; cor
responding lime in 1885, $332,382 83;
correnoonding time in 1884, $331,
870 37.
BALANCES.
"Wednesday .September lft,$('8,94l 30;
thus far this week. $204,828 91; same
time latt week, $111,420 40; corre
sponding time in 1885, 110,455 07;
corresponding lime in 1884, $104,
283 20.
EXCHANGE.
New tYorfc siicnt on all points, par
buying, i premium selling; ' New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, j discount; New
Orleans,? d:s;oant buying, par selling.
PANS STOCKS.
Bank of Commerce .14(1 bid, 149 asked
First National 150 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 195 bid, 200 asked
State National -145 bid, 150 asked
Union and P:antere..l50 bid, 153 asked
Mercantile Bnk....l35 bid, 137J asked
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Bluff. City 100 bid, ... aiked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Home - 75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102J bid, 10) asked
Peoples
BU OIU, O.l BBteU
93 bid, 100 asked
Fhcenix ,.
Planters ,
Vanderbilt-.
Arlington....
Factors
-107 bid. ... asked
25 bid, 28 asked
30 bid, ... asked
20 asked
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. and C. R.R.shares..3H bid, ... aaked
M.iT. R.K. sbrs 45 bid. 60 asked
M. A O. consols, 7s. ..119 bid, ... asited
M. 4 L. R. lt m. 8s... 105 bid, ... asked
MiM AT.R.E. CJ.A....U1 bid. 113 asked
Miss.4T.R.R.cs,B..101i bid, 103 asked
Tenn. wte.ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Rholhr f).-. 10S bid. 110 asked
Tax. Dist. 4, Cj, 97 J bid, 98 J asked
tw Dint. K 101 bid. 1004 asked
Mem. Gas bonds Ul4 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds...97 bid, . asked
Hananer Oil Works bid, 6-5 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trust',... .45 bid, 47 aaked
T;nnorfI(ittBn Milla 25 bid. 30 asked
Mem. Stor. Com. Co.. 102 bid. 103 asked
Mem. Gas sto:k 75 bid. 80 asked
New Yobk, September 1. Money
on call essy, rsngiog from 2 to 7 per
rant . rlnsinir at 2 Der cnt sskeo.
Prime mercantile paper 45 per cent.
MfAtiinfr pxnnanvH iirui Bit i"n J.
oiv dv liiila and 481 for demand.
n,a finvprnnisnt bonds bave
been very dull, with a shade lower
quotations. State bonds bave been
.lii mil aipiitv. Rail read binds have
been dull and generally steady. The
dav'm business was $792,000. Of this
amount Texas Pacific incomes
fur.
nished 1157,000. The Chesapeake and
Onio bonds were noticeable tor tDe
weakness displayed, but the general
list was featureU :, and declines are
Fgin in a majiiity. Chesapeake and
Omo, series B, coupon off, la t 1 j. at
75 1 Ualve to UaTisburg and t-aa
Antonio Western Division recoads
rosa2, to 92; Wetera Union regis
tered bond 4, lo 123.
Stocks Dullntti was the ruling
feature at the Stock Exchange today,
but a firmer tone prevail d through
out, and the tiaJing was comewbat
more an mated, being again tlight
ly in excess rf the previous
tew days. There was little
news of an unfavonb'e character
except the disaster at Charleston,
but there was another ad vane in
s erliog exchange, aid i great deal
was made out of the trnnk line affairs,
the tore t ot the Grand Trunk to leave
the pool in ciss ra'es were not better
maimained being Specially circulated
far effect, aid the ditccur; ging aspects
(f the cass bein? mate tne mo?tof.
There was considerable covering ot
short in the grangers and New York
and New England. E ie, Lake. Shore
and Ltckawaona were piominent in
the dia trig3, while mo t of the o'hers
we'e dull. The most impcrtint move
ment of the dry, however, was a sharp
advance in Jereey Central during the
lAHt honr. There was sims little busi
ness done Iit foreign eccouit. The
market was weak at the opening, first
ptiC3S generally showing dechnas of
irom i to 3 per csnr., aiuuuvo
Pae tic and Orefcou Trancontinental
w-re each up i and New lork ana
Nw Enslnd 1 Busiuiss WjS doll
and rather heavy in the etuly trading,
but prices B( on rallied and continued
firm ulrnofct tin entiie day and the
market clcsad firm at about the best
figures reached. The total days busi
ness amounted ti IOi.iS'J shares Bt.
Paul yielded lG.lolt, L-.ckawanna
15.5:0, ar d New York and New Eo-
gl m i 15,200. The net raeulis of tne
day d faneactionn is an tuvance iur
every.hing on the c ive lis'; except
Pac:fi2 Mril md Caaadau Pc;-flo,
each of which lotaamall lraction, but
New York and Nhw England is lip U,
llotkirg Va.ley 1 pr cent, and the
others fractional amouuts. -
The t:tal eales of sticks today wfre
107,680 shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 15,500;
Erie, 8125; Lake Shoe, 0150; Louit
vilio aud Nwbvide, 390U; New Jersey
Central, 3530: S Paul, 1G,160; West
ern Union, 3S10.
OOVERMMENT8.
D. 8. Sj, VX). w
IKa. ooup. ll6.
4, eoup.126. ;
Pacific 61 of 18V5,12fr.
BONUS.
La. itamM, 4,7iS. Mneoari, fi, lOOVi
Cent. Pao. lil,114y,. l)en. 4 K.G.lsi,12J.
leo4Ri VV.Lis,81. Km xcoada, 115.
M. K. AT. ,tion ea.W.i. North. Pao. ln,115.
North. Pao. 2J,10i.N. Western oon., 142
N. Weil. deb. bi, M6. St. L.H.F.don.M, 1119
St. Pb1, oon., Ul. Si.P.,0. 4 P. liu.llil.
T.P- land granli,W.T.P..K.G.xcou Wi4.
fj. P. )U, 114. Wilt Shore, 101.
Tenn.Os, iet'iut.105. lena. 5i, let' ml, 103.
lean. 3a, let' in t, 78.
STOCKS.
Adami Excreia. lo". Morriift E.,offd..l41
Allegheny Con., .
Alton k X. 11., -X.
A AT. II., i)ld.. 8.5.
American Kx., 106.
B. C. H. A M., 60.
Canada Pao.,64.
Canada Sou., 4;'.! j.
Central Pacific, 44.
Chenaneake AO a
r. hi i.. ..i.i lr.i..
iiaiuviue a. u.t w,
N.J. Central, 84. ,
Nor. A W., pfd.jj'
Nortbern Pac, 27H.
Northern P. ptd.,5e,.
C. AN.W., UVA.
C. AN.WptU..I427.
N. Y.Cunlral. lUK.
N. Y. C. A bt. h.,Vpi;
N.Y. C.ASt.L..,P.,2Ui
u. w 'J .... I' ,
AO.. 2d old...
Uhio tenirat, .
Ohio A Miaa., 23.
0. A MiM.. pfd., SKI.
Ontario A Weat., WVt.
Oregon Nav.. lW-.
Oregon Trans.. :U.
Oregon Iinp.,22t.
Pacifio Mail, 5ti.'d
Panama, W.
Peoria, U. A E.,28.
Pittiburn.lbl.
Pullman P..U..132.
Heading, ,
Ko.ik ltiand. 124.
Ht. L. A 3. K 28.'.
sr . 1.. A S. K.. u.. i'.t
A A., 141.
A A , ptd., luo.
.11.10., lit.
C.St. L.AN.O..--
SI.L..& I-., 11
St. L. AP.P..32.
C..S. AC..27.
Del.AUud..
Del., I. A W., 12KT4.
lien. A Kio (J..i;.
Erie 3 .
Lne ifa., 74.
Kat Tenn., 6.
Kat ienn. i.l.l. 14V
Fnrt U'lvnn. 14S.
Kt.L.A8.K..lstP.U2!
Hftnnihn.1 Jc ML JO.. U,
M. X Kt. P.,l '4
M. A St. P.,p.l2ilV4.
U. ASt.Jn.,pfd.,- 0,
Harlem. 230.
Hnualon A T.,3t
Illinoii Con.,
St. P., Jl.Ot M., 11.1
St. P. A Omaha. 4l
St.PaulAO.pfd., 10S' 5.
Ind.. U. A VV., WA.
Ton. Coal A lron.5.
T'erai Pacilio, J-t7-llniun
Pacifio, M.
1J. S. Kinross. 63.
W.. St. L. A P.. 19'4
KansT..30,4.
Lake K. AW.. WA.
Lake Shore, ti.
Lou. A Naia., 44.
Lou. AN. A., 52.
W.,St. L. AP.,I.,33J,
M. Alt. 6rt pi ,-.
m. AC. i:a.. .
Mem. A Char., 3ti.
Mich. Cen.. 7il.
Min.ASt. h..9i.
W. U.Tel.,tB:J4.
Colorado Coal. 27! i
llomeitake, l'.L
Iron Silver, 1S3.
Min.Ant. L.i-fd,4:).
Miaenuri Pcine,ll'.i;i.Quickilver. 4'-4.
Mobile A Ohio. IS. yuickiilver.pld, 22,
M.L. S. A W,,t)2. South Pacific .
M. I.. S.iW.,i.iu,87'i.8utro.7.
Ki-intereit.
IovnoN.Sentember 1. 4 n m. Con.
sols 101 15-10 for money and 101 for
tiie account.
Paris, September 1. Three per cenk
rentep, 83f 14s for the account.
BANK CLEARINGS.
St. Louis, Mo., September 1. Bank
clearings, $3,100,038; balances, iwo,'
339.
Nbw York, September 1. Clearings,
$74 402,200; balances, Jti,UU4,!)2(
Boston. Mass., September 1. r.x-
cbanges, $9,532,818; balances, $1,666,-
93 i.
Philadelphia. Pa.. S p' ember 1
Clearing',18,823,802; balances, $1,543,-
54
Baltimore. Mn September 1.
C earinga, $1,791,667 ; balances, $388,
150.
Chicago. 111.. Sautembfr 1. Tbe
clearings of the associated banks were
IO,il3,UUO.
COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
qniet, and closei quiet; middling, 9c.
Sales, 75 bales to spinners.
EXCHANGE QUOTATION'S.
Yesterday.
Tueulay.
71
8
81
9
0i
101
Nona.
02081
Ordinary
71
Gootl Ordinary.
Low Middling..,
Middling
Good Middling,
Middling Fair..
.. 8
.. 81
.. 9
.. 91
..101
,Nom.
fair...
Dustv
6J8i
C0IT0S STs.TE.HEST.
MiMPHia, Septeinher 1, 1886.
Stock Sept, 1, 1885 4,009
Received to-day 21
Received previously... -0--0
Shipped today 39
Home consumption to
date
Stock running account . 3,!l'.il
Import.
Thus far this week (-2
Thus far last week 121
Since September 1st '- 21
M. & T. R. R. 1
L. & N. R. R 1
M. & L. R. R. R 2
C, O. & S. W. R. R 1
L..N.O.AT.R. R.. 3
K. C , S. A M. R. R 3
Steamers - 5
Wagons and other sources 5
Total 21
Export.
Thus tar this week 457
Thus far last week 242
Since September 1st 39
C, O. A 8. W. R. R 39
Total 39
New York spots opened steady, and
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TJIURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 188G.
clooed s'eady. Middling, 9 3-16ci Sales, I
413 bales. Quotations were as follows:
Yeeterdav. Tuesday,
rdinary 6 9 16 6 -l
Good ordinary. 7 15-16 7 15-16
Low middling. 83 81
Middlinc. 9 3-1S 9 3 16
Good middling 9 95
Middling fair-101 10
Fair 10' 10j
New York future opened qu'et
and firm, and closed dull. Sales 00 200
bales. The closing quotations were as
follows :
Yesterdav.
Reptember...9.0S 9.09
October 9.09 .it 9 10
Novem er...9 12(S 9.13
Doceraher...9 15( 9.10
January 9 24(a) 9 25
February 9 32.'ol
March 9.40 9.41
April 9.49(a) 9.50
Mav -..9 58(4 9.59
June 9 650 9.0ii
July 9.72 9.73
August. ......
Tuesday.
910 -4 9 .11
9.12 9.13
9 16 4 9.17
9.254
9 SS 9.34
9 41(4 9.42
9.50 9.61
9.68(4 9.59
9 titi 9 07
9 74'4 9.75
-
-
Tha NewOr e tns spot market opened
dull, and closed dull and 1-Hc lower;
middling, Kio. Bales, a(J bales.
Quotations were as follows
Yesterday.
Tuesday.
7
73
Ordinary 7
Good ordinary 73,
Low middling. ,. 8 7-10
Middling ...8 15-10
Good middliui;-...9 5-10
The New Orleans future
opened steady and closed
8 7-16
9 lf-lti
9 5-16
market
steady
HaIop, 10,500 bales. Quotations were us
follows:
Yesterday. Tuesday.
September. 6! 8.70 8 04 8.(10
),:tober 8.ti5frt 8 (Hi o tWai 8 ti
Novemiier..8.6Va) 8.6 8 (if 8.69
D!ceiiiber..8ti:(ai 8.70 8 78 8.7!)
Jmluarv 8 79 8.80 8 89.-4 8 90
Febrnarv...8.90 8 91 9.00 9 01
March 9.0,) 9.01 9.11 9 13
A pr.l - 9 1 1 9.12 9.22 9.23
May 9.3 i s.3'(o) v..n
June 9.81 9 33 9 38(a
July 9.38 9.40
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR MARKETS.
Tone.
'rices
Uec.
block.
Oalvesion
N Orleans.
s'eaity
9
2,009
10
8,771
dull,
nom'l
8 15-10
10,580
Mobile....
85
7
2,857
S-ivaonali.
steadj
,88
763
6,176
4,718
108
C'Jail'etoii
i
Wilm'ton.
sttadv
eteadv
dull.'
9
9
Norfolk....
2,819
'8,218
110,764
0,310
4,747
Paliimore
91
93 10
New York
Bistnn
jitaly
quiet,
dull.
01
Philad'a..
St. Louis.. I
AuKoata...qmet,
8:3
30'
Receipts at ports, this day, 18S6..2 792
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885... 5,704
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
188il 1885 1S84.
R'ts U. S.
p'ris6daya 15,221 19,303 8,779
Kx. Gr. Br 8,893 2,499 8,046
Stock 165,838 138,424 113,200
U'tsSspt.l 2,792 12,040 7 513
For'gn E. 2,579 2,400 13,187
1 1 crease in receipts tbis year,
At noon: Liverpool spnti were
firm, stiffening a little. Sales, 10,000
bales, of which American 7400 bale?.
K-ceiDts. luw Daiee, oi wnicu auiou-
cn S(KI.
Oloiinir auntatione were as follows:
Ordinary. 4 3 16d:eood ordinary, 4
9 101: low middline. 4id; good mid
dliug 6;l; miUUling upisnus, oja;
middling Orleans, 5 3101.
The price art given in penct and GUht,
.1.-7-.. A o A ll'i.llAJ. nn,1 R 111
mnw 6 l:64of.l
At noou: Liverpool futures were
firm ; iSeptembdr, 5 055 OUd ; Sen-tembar-Octjber,
502(5 03d; October
November, 4 6 :d ; November-Dacom-ber,
; Daiember-January, ;
lanuarv-Febrnary, ; rcoruary-
March,'5d; Match-April, 5 03; April
Mav. 5 00.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
nnifit and stead v: t-ep'.embsi. 5 061,
eellira; September October, 6 03(a)
6 001; October-November, 6d, sol'ers;
November-December, 4 03d, cellars ;
Decern her-January, 4 63d,salleH; Jan-uary-February,
Od, sellers; February
March, 5 02d, sellers ; March- April,
5 04d. sailers; Apnl May,506d,fe ler.'.
At 4 pm: Liverpool f stares were:
barely sndy; September, 5 06d,
Fe lew; September Ociober, 5 03d,
eellera; October November, 6d, tellers;
November-December, 4 63d, sellers;
December-January, 4 63d, tollers;
January-February, 4 63d, buyers;
Ftbniarv-March.ft.Old. buyers ; March
April, 6 03 J, buyers; April-May, 5 03d,
buyers
GENERAL TRADE.
The. following ti notations sre the of
ficial Quotations of the Merchants'
Exchange:
BKEADtVIUS-FN.
Corsmbal Standard, $2 40; pearl,
$3 50; roller, $2 00.
Hv Choice. Irom. store. 75(3480c;
car load from levee or depot, $13 50
14; prime, from store, 70(5)7dc; car
lnnl from levee or depot. $13; prairie,
from stare, 50c; car load from levee
or depot, $8 50(3)9.
Corn From store,white,53c ; mixed,
52o, from levee or depot; white, in
hulk. 48c: in sacks. 52c; mixed, in
t.ii i ir ahp: in saexs. 4ttj,
Oats from Btore.wnue, w ; mixau,
37c; fr im levee or depot, white, in
hulk. 35.1c: in sacks 371c mixed, in
hnllr 3''' : in sacks. 35c.
Uran From store, 7589c; from
Iavaa r.r tlenot. $13.
Flour From store, no. 6, j; lam-
ily. $3 50; choi e, $37.Vn)4; fancy, I4H
4 25; extra fancy, $4 304 50; patents,
$5(45 51
Keans ravy. ;memum, i ouui
1 75: common, $2 25; German millet,
1 "OCLl 40.
Krra L.ouisianB, tgioc vnruuu
. .r.. 1 1I
Oatmeal in uu-unrroiB,
; 1 ll V 1 ',O0 n -.
frnm atntfl.
Cbackbfs Soda, extra, 4c; soaa,
treble extra, 41c; lemon cracxers,
extra, 7c; lempn cream crackers,
treble extra, 7c; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, oc; as'
mbles. 9c.
Cracked wheat in naii-oarroia,
4 2i from store
Hominy and Grits From store,
$3 153 25,
Kansas City, Mo., September 1.
Wheat weaker; JNO. a, red, casn, im,c
bid, October, 64Jo bid; November.Oic
w,a rutP aaked. Corn weaker; No. 2,
cash, 316c bid, 31,c a-ked; October,
33c b'.d,341c asked; Novernber, :.4c
. .- . , ,1.1. mm.nl 'Jul
bid, .!4?c asaou. vw uuiuiuav,
bid, 20s asked.
St. Louis, Mo., September 1. Flour
dull; XXX, 2 302 40; family,
2 55(i2 65; choice, 3 103 25;
fancy, S3 453 55; extra fancy,
!St 7(K3 85; paten's, $4 20(?;4 50.
Wheat weak and a shade lower until
near the close ,wben it strengthened on
heavy BQipmenis anu ciaseu - n.
about ytstcrdsy's closing prices;
No 2 red, cash, 771(at77Jr,
closing at 7"i; September, 7777jc,
cloeing at 77c: October, 79jf791c,
closing at 79J; November, 81 j8Hc,
at 8Hc. Cora declined lc
on reports of frosts, but Uter recovered
ira Jc, closing Jc balow yesterday : No.
2, h, sales t 3713. j; September,
37i37(!, closed at a.(c asked; Oc
tober, 38Jc, 3itja bin hid at the
c'oe; November, 40J40Jc, closing
at 40a bid. Oa,-: Sep imbersieidy ;
other ooiions iJo lower; No. 2,
rash. 21(a20c; Hputemnt-r, "Jljac;
Ootnbprralsat20;ii)'3t)lv, May fa'ei
at 3232. Rye, noi.ina1, 'oer;
60Jcbd. Hay quiet: pra rie, $Sa)9;
timothv, $13 10. Finger 1 quiet.
$1 06. "Bran steady, 48i. Corn rota!
qniet, $2 0X3- 1". Keceip'e:
Hoik, 3000 bils; wheat, 73,
00d bu; com, 2l,C00bu; oat, S1,hj0
hu; rye, 2000 bu; harley, ll'.OOJ bu.
Shipments Hou'. 8,000 brla; wheat,
9-VXX) bn;roro, 75,000 bu; oats, 10,000
bu; rye, none; barley, none.
Afternoon Board. w neat easy and ft
(a)iu lower. Cora firm and unchanged.
Oats unchanged.
Chicago. III., September 1. The
tendency in grain on 'Ctiamre today
was toward lower priori, wnue pro
visions were afiain active and bigbt-r.
The specuUt ve onVriogs of wheat
were very large on dull cables and an
apparent disbelief in tbe war cable ',
owirg to trie eteaain . r bdowq in uib
English etcck marked. Tbo market
opened it 75c lor Oc'olier, rose to
781c, fill back to 778c ra'lted a triUe
and c'oeei on the leitular board at
78 1-lOc, aud showed little cl angs in
the afternoon. C rn was moderately
active, but weak, and declined sharp
ly, ow n to warintr weainer una vny
f4w renurti of damage by fn st. Ttie
decliue was lc from the clos;i g yestft-
ray. Oat- were dull and a shade
weaker. F.our quiet and unchanged.
Wheat modeiateiy active and some-
wl.at easier: sales ranged: h.ptem-
ber, 7f.3(Si70lc, closed at itijc; Octo
ber, 77j(27Sli!, rlo-ted at 78 l-H'm; No
vember, 79 l-IU(Wr cifseti a;
8'c; May, 87.-uiSc, clout d at 8Jc;
No. 2 surma. 76Jc; No. 2 led, 78c.
G iro ruled lotron clondv wta'her
and no frost in the c rn beit. Ttie
ma- kit opene 1 J5 l-iwer.dfclined io
tddui nal end clo-wd lowt-r; cash,
41c; Supteniber, 40a(")41 7-10. closed
Bt41Jc; O.tober, 42s(',31c, closed at
4J lo-16o; November, i:t((-i) 145c, closed
at 44; May, 47if;r-48c, cinfcd at 47Jo.
Oats ereiar; Jfjc lower; tasb, 25Jo;
September, 258ii5Ji', clrsed at2ojc;
Uctobe', ZlWUkC, ccseu hi
Mav, 3234c, cloted at 321c Rve
steady ; N. 2, 49 Barley tirra ; No.
2, 68Je. F axseed itfady; No. 1, $1 10
l 10J. Receipts Flour, 17,000 br s;
wheat, 14I,t)OtJ nu; corn, a,uuu on;
oats, 325.000 bn; rye, 6000 hu; barley,
103.0.10 bu. shipments r our, iuuu
brla: wheat. 72.000 bo : corn. 109,000
bu; cas, 103,000 bu; rye, 1300 bu;
hnr t. 14.000 bu.
Atternoon Jioara v neat easy; uc-
. van , f
t-br, 78a. Corn Bteadv ; October, 43r.
Oats steady; October, 27 5-10c.
rHOVIHlONH.
BrTTBR-BiUtsrlne, 12c; cream
ery, Zoo: oairy, iiHiie; country
butter. ISfnilCs.
Ciisass films flats, jc, nominal;
New Yo-k factory, 9c, neruinal; full
cream, lie: Young America, ut-nnc
Hod FKODUCT8 Ms poric, ju;
Buzarcu'ed hams.l310oMc; breakfast
baron, 8j(-t)10c; clear rib sidus Dacon,
7Afa78c: bacon shoulders, 71c; bulk
pork, clear side, 77Jc; clear rib side,
6iG$c ; shoulders, 616jjc ; long clear,
66io.
Lai Tierces, vie; tiaii-oarreis sna
kegs, 71c; choice keit'e.KJc.
Fkbsii Meats No. 1 beef, 7c: Mut
ton, 7c; bind quarters of beef, 8jci
lambs, ri TMiAi 60.
St. Louis, Mo., Saptsmb r 1. Pre
vision market t.trone. Pork. $10 50.
Lrd, 16 70. Bulk mes's-boxed loti
leni clear, $0 45; Bhnrt ribs, fe-U 50;
shirt c ear, $J 75. Btc .n long o'ear
and short lib", $7 K'l: short clear,
$7 45. Hamsl314c. Butter steady ;
rrecmery, 1822o; dairy, 152Uc.
Eggs Urme-; Iresi, l-'c.
Chicago, III., Saptember 1. Mess
nork onened easier but ra'lied and
closed shade hiiiher. Cash, $9 85(-i)
9 90: September, $9 7C9 90, closed at
$9 00; October, $990()10 0i 1, elosetl at
$10 06(5)10 071; November, f9 UJ(
$10 02j, closed at S10 02J(5)10 05
Lard auiet and firm : cash $7 do; hoc-
tember, $7 321(5)7 35, c'03ed at $7 85;
October, su ?74(-r)0 tsu; movems.r,
iOtiO. Sbort rib sides very strong;
cash, $0 241. Boxed meats stsady
drv raited ehou dera. IQWO U-4
hort rlear aides. fO tiSffiO 70. Butter
firm: creamery. lK&'Slc; dairy, JL'jtflt
1p. Venn. V2(tii,V'hi.
Afternoon Bodrd.Vori strong and
higher; Octobar, S10 25. Ln-d lirm
cash, $7 37J; October, $S 77J.
UKUCKKIKN.
flnvirEE Gorjamon.91(30ic:ordinary
1010o; prime Kio, lll(12c; choice
to fancy, lL')(o13c; om government,
2425c; Ceylon, lS2'.'c.
Soap Chanman's Hope sosp, un-
rannail. 4dii4.1j per pound.
Salt tl 25 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 45(3)1 60; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 2if7c; car-ioaus irom
levee or depot, 6c cneaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes
pails and barrels, 89.i.
Candles Full weight. 0i(3U0c.
Canned Goods, Ktc. Prices per doS'
en: Pineannles. HI 35 1 65; peaches
2-lb, Btantlard, $1 35(1 55; seconds,
$1 10(S)1 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 25Cil 35:3-lb. $1 151 30; straw.
Wrie. 1 35r.il 40: raspberries
$1 15tl 25; blackberries. $1
1 15: B-reenBSBBS. $1 60(5)1 76
pears, $22 25: plnuis, $1 60fi)
1 70: asparagus. $2 00:4; green corn
$11 35;green peas, $1 65165; cove
eys'ters, full weight, Mb, $l(5tl 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75(5)
1 85; cove oysters, ngDi weignt, i-io
5c: cove ovoters. light weight, 2-lb
tli condensed milk-Crown, $5 50
fM575: Eaele.$7 51(7 75; Daisy, $4 75.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair. 18rtft2.'ir! nrime to choice, 2Hffi35o
svrup. 24(5,403; common to fair, 20f$
25c ; prime to choice, 3033c ; centnf
ncriil. (ancv. 32iol34o.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27j
2Hy, other grades and styles, 35(fl85c
Snnff Garrett's. $10 85 per case
Ralph's. $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 60
rsiin "5.
NnnAn-Pnre white. 65(3i0ic; nff
white, 6506c; yellow clarilied, eje-'i
(!c; open kettle, 6(oi(lc; refined A
OlfrtlOIc; granulated, 6j(-i)lc; pow
ri't. 7ir-c,7o: cnt loaf. imsc.
Powder Kegs, $1; half kegs, $2 25
quarter kegs, $1 'ii.
Baltimore, Md September 1.
Coir-e hlohf r and firm; Rio cargoes,
ordinary to fair, OJlOic.
New York. Saptember I. Coffee
soot fair Rio firm, lOJc; options
stead v and active; sales, 63,000 bans
September 8.90(Si9c; October 8.fc5(
8.95c: November. 8.70W8 85c; De.
ceTmber, 8 80f-)8.85c; January, 8 80
8.90c; February, 8 85(a) hoc ; aiartii
8.90(5i9j. Sngar dull, reuneu steaay
confer tinners' A. 5 l-10(4c; siandan
A. hiOdalc: powdered. 62(S0!c
granulated, VOtti l-16o; cubes, 0 316
fetije. Rice steady and in i air de-
maud.
HOUHKHOLU ailPPLIEM.
APPLE-Apples, $1 50(2 25; from
levee or depot, II 60 1 75; dried ap
dies, 2J(a:-iJo per pound from store.
Dried neachee. 2Jf5)3ic irom store.
J Viobtabus Onions, 3 from
stor. ' Cabbane,$2 60; per head, 10c;
$1 75 from levee or depot ier crate ;
Garlic, 4(K60o per 100. Turnips, 60o
per bnshel.
Fbdit Oranges, LonUiana nDmi
nal, $6. Lemons, $7 50(8 per,
box. bananas, $l(-il2 per bunch.
Cocoannts, W per UK). Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7Ju; Tennewe, farmer's stock.
3(-4c; roanted, 2c- higher; snetled,
lOo. Almonds, lH(420c.
Rai-isb london layers, $3 40; lay
ers, Si 76; California, ; Imperial,
$3 6(ka4.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; qnait ,
$160; half gallons, $2 7o; gallonr,
$375; low, barrele,16 50 .half-barrels,
3 76; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
ha' t barrels, $0.
Potatoes -New, $1 251 75; North
emttck,$2.
Cinsa-New York, $0 50 per barrel
and $3 75 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 10J
per gallon.
. Fbcass Texas, 80lOc for small to
medium, 10( 14c tor large; Arkansas,
3(5c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 (05; No. 2. $3 253 50; No. 3,
2 76(3; 10-lb kit. No. 1, 80c; No. 2,
70t; 15-lh, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
family, 30j per box.
WALNUTB-French,12c;Naples,16c;
Grenobles, 15o. Filberts, 12c.
Podi.trv Chickens, $12 25; o'd
hens, $:'(A3.
Game Game fish. ll12c.
Fogs Stiong at 15c.
COITON NKfcli l'ltHt!t T.
Ii c-ir loud lo's: Piime crude cotton
eeed oil, t'tic; off crude coiton ssed
oil, 22(n)23e; prime nimmer yellow
cotton oted oil, 35(i)30o; ofl sum
mer ypllow cottouseed oil, 3132c;
miners anmniers yei ow couin oue.i
oil, 3'.'(3"")i' ; ptiiHefummer wh te eot-
a.. ...I ml f.lt.l.U O .'1 n b i 1 1.
low co tin reed oil, 37c; prime co'ton
eei'd meal, $15; otl coitoa seed meal,
$1314.
HIIKM ASilt TALLOW.
Hiiiw-Dry flint, 121WU6c; dry
salt, 10(.i12c; green sa!t,71(i!)Sjc;greeu,
6CSc: dwrekius, 16(dl7c. Beeswax
dull at U0(r'2ic; uiiiow,3(-j)aic.
FKTKl.f:ia SI 4KKET,
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lota, 11c per gallon.
Clkvkla n d, O., September 1. retro.
leum Bteady s. w., 110, 7ju.
Naw York. Senternbsr 1. Petrolo
um opened at 02c, and closed at 61 jo;
highest, 62Jc; lowest, Ulr. Baits, z,.
100.00J barrels.
FiTMMTRO. Pa.. Septombsr 1. retro
emu tlu'l. nothinB doinir: opened at
Olio, advanced tc, tbun broke to Uljo,
but rallied to 01 to at I o'clock p.m.
WHIHKT, WIXEft, I.IUrORH, ETC
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bonr
bon, $1 50(-i)5; rutlistillei goods from
85c to tl 50, accirding to proof; rye,
$1 756.
Chicago, III., September 1. Whig.
ky steady, $1 15.
St. Lodis, Mo., September 1. Whit-
ky steady, Si 10.
BAOGINU AND TIES), ETC.
Baooino Juie. 2 lbs. 81c; 11 lbs,
c; 1) lha, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 7Jc.
Ties -II K'fnll 15.
NAiis-Common, $2 202 25; steel
2 352 40.
LIVE BiroVkL,
Cattle Choice to extra corn fed,
900 to 1050 lbs, none received; giod,
none received ; choice grass cattle, su
31c; good, 2(ak31c; fair to medium,
21(22ic; soal'Awaus, Koiljc.
110Q8 i;noice,4iW)io; goou.ajwic;
common, 8(S31c
HHKBP-Choice,31(-i)3lc;medinin, Z
(:ic; common, $l(-rl 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 4(nHJc.
Kansas CiTY,Mo.,September I. The
I've Mock Indicator reports: Cattle
ceipts, 1S00 head ; shipments, none;
only choko corn fad steady; others
dull and wail Oo lower; good to
choice, $3 90(-'"i4 0; common to
modiura, 3 30(c;3 80; Blockers and
feeders, $2 :)0(;3 40; cows, $1 50(a)
2 75; grass racy 8 eers, i jo(-t)j ao.
Hons Receipts, 2800 bead;shipinents,
600 head; market stronger; choie, 6c
higher; otheis eteady ; good lo ctioice,
$4 05()4 80; common to medinm,
$4 104 50; grsssers and pig, $2 60(
Sheep Keceipta, Jittiu; smp-
mente, none: good, eteady ; good to
choice, i 403 ; common to medium,
$1 60(3)2 25.
Chicago, III, September 1. The
Drovert' Journal repot ts: Cattle Re
ceipts, 12,030 head; shipments, 000
Lead ; all below best 0(-20c lower;
shipping stet rs.OlO to 1500 lbs, $3 50
4 90; stockeis and foedeis, $2(-i)3 50;
cows, bulls and mixed, $1 25(o)3 25;
bulk, $2 20 a 2 40; through Texans,
$3 15; cows, 2 25fol2 00; Western
rangers, common almost unsalable;
nativis aid half breeds, $2 K5()4;
cows, $2 502 75; winteied Texanp,
2 70ra3 15. Hogs Receints, 17,(00
bead: chlpments, :.',UU bead ; marKei
Blow ami 510o lower; rough and
mixed, $44 89; packing ami ship-
nirg. $4 8005 10; light, 3 7fi(o)4Hj;
Kkitm. 42 5CrS3 00. Sheen Receipts,
40'JO head; BbininsntB. 1C0 head;
market alow; na ives, $2(5 4; Texani,
$1 75(i2 25 ; lambs, $ !(().
NKW TOKK PKT tlVOOSHAKH ET,
New York, September 1. In the
demand of agents a mote general re
quest, lias prevailed for selections of a
miscellaneous destr'pticn, which have
taken a fair quantity. of g lods in addi
tion to the much larger supply deliv
ered on contract. Agents have ad
vanced the pries ol Forget Me Not .10
inch blea-lied cotons to tije.
alt snmr mailer for Mi Original (3 Hhan.
it war ot Imitation. - ' 1
Hone OmnlavanlM bearing lb I Stamp.
JAMES MEANS' 83 SHOE.'
Made In liutton, uontrr ana ijm .
J dbn. UneieellerilalMtro
J m hitiiyi.CoinfortaiidAivtar.
pnra, a Hit in i (.'. .. ...
Hi will brlnf you Inform
Hon liowtoRctthti Bboe la
Btau or lernuiry. a
', Means & Co.,
41 Lincoln nv..
atpataa,
TklaahaTetaada hlirher In thattmtlon of
rine 2enTolh,r In the world. Tl.oU-
IFum Uian iy olhfr in me w-.rin. ;
asndi wbo v-att wiu vtu j uw i
a tbeia.
BEADQVARTBRS FOB
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofing.
Flrv, Wln.l. Wntvr nl 1 Utilnliiv
prMr. Hnitahl for all kindi f buildlnsi.
For pricei and eitiiaatei at factor ri tel,
Call on or addren
MEMPHIS METAL A WOOD Mt'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Mala at., and 21 23 Mulbrry it.,
MEM PUIS. TKNN.
Btaitqoarten for Iron Fenoel and Creitlni,
Gal vanned troa Cornlc,lin Hcofi Jtbtovei.
t
Mll 5? -
I rr'Jv.ivV
RIVERS AM SIEiflBOATS
TEAM W.HH I.KATINO
TUIS DAY.
Arkaniai City .-Kti A Dins, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati .....
Vlokiburu
Friara Point...
Oiceola
,.Omi, S p.m.
D. R. Po ii.i,4 p.m.
FRIDAY.
..Jmi9 Lis, S p.m.
.....OoAHoy . 5 p.m.
SATURDAY.
....Ai.atKTA No. 3, S p.m.
WhiU River -.
MOVKMENTM AT THE LEVEE.
,4rri'ra. James Lee, Fiiara Point;
Chickasaw, While river; Ccahoena,
Oscoula; Arkansas City, ot. lxmie;
City of St. Ixtuis, St. lxnis; City of
Vickaburg, vi-Rsnarg; vvj oi new
Orleans, New O leans.
IVporiur. Uity ot insw (.means,
St. Louis; City of Vickshurg, bt.
Liuis; Cuahoma, Osceo ii; Arkansas
City, Vicksbnrg; City of Bt. Liuis,
Naw Orleans; un ckaaaw, wnite river.
James Lee, Friats' Point.
Boat Dxte Down. Oluo and V. K.
Powell.
Boat Dae 'p. Kate Adams.
Krrlp Vealerelajr.
Citv of St. I,ouis 100 br Fflmr.
Arkansas Citv 0J tons merclian-
dis .
City of New Orleans-. 00 pkgs met
chsnuisp.
Coahoma 43 cks st ed and lot
mrul rite.
Chickasaw-5 bi'ea ctt'on, 100 aks
seed, 4 li wool and lot tun.lrie'.
ItlTLKK noVENKSITK.
The Albtr a No. 3, Cairt. A. B.
Suiitr1, is the Saturday packet for
White nvor.
Tus Lso Iine pickets tomorrow
ovcnirg ara James ien lor rriars
Point aud Una n nu for Osceola.
The eligant r-toainer D. R. Powell,
Capt. Geo. W. Vickers, will pes down
this e-eoing at 0 o'clock for Vicke
burg and the bond".
The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United Slntes mail
packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena. Arkantaa C ty and a'l
way landings. W. O. Blankar has
charge of her office, assisted by Lsw
Piics and Morns Uaus.
The Ohio, Capt. M. M. Deem, Is the
packet tbii evening at 5 o'clock
for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinna i aid
nil n lantjinits on the Ohio river.
llany Prnttor Bill Harry B'st nio Iur
clerk'. The Ohio aid givecheap rates
to all poiuts North ind htst.
UERJEIIAL NEWS.
Business quiet.
Weather clear and cooler.
The Leo Line packets were in and
out on time yesterday.
Riceii'ts bv rlvsr yesterday 5 bales
of cctt. n and 193 saiki of seed.
The City of Vicksbnrg passed up
yesterday evening for Stv Louis.
Tns river here stands 8 feet 4 tenths
on t-ie gauge, a fall of 2 tenths in the
last 24 hours.
For Sale The steamer Freddie
ltobi- sm. For particulars inquire of
11. V. Jabine, on beard suid boat.
Tn a City of New Orleans pissed np
Tne riay night for St. Louis and dis
charged here 703 packages oi miscei
lunm.us freight.
Tus Arkansas City passed down
yfB'e'dtr afternoon for Vicksbnrg.
She i itcharged here 1500 packages of
froight and added 20 tons.
TiiEChickesaw, from White river,
bad 6 bales of cotton, 150 sacks of
seetl and a lot of aondrier, and cleared
again last evening witb a good trip.
The City of St. Louis passed down
yott inlay evening for New Orleans
witu a Rood trip. She discharged here
100 barrels of flour and added 1000
euop' banels snd a good lot of sun
dries KITEK1 ABU WRATH KK.
Ofi'irj Signal Service, IT. 8. A., 1
MknIVhis, September 1, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Memphis time
Ab've Low
Water. Change.
Rise Fall
Feet. lOlhs lOths lOths
1(T" 2 3
3 4 1
7 4 4 -
2 8 4
4 5 1
2 6 2
1 7 2
10 3 1
3 0 2
ti S 2
2 7
5 - 1
8 4 2
5 8
3 2
8
8 1
3
2 1 1
8
8 3
STATIONS.
Cairo...-
Chattanooga ...
Cincinnati
Davenport
Dubuque
Fort Hmith
Keokuk
Helena
La Crosse
Leavenworth...
Little Rock
liOuisvillo
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans...
Omaha
PittslmrB
St. I .on is
fit. Paul
Khreveport
VickeburB
nnirrir l.lne-Feet and tenth! ot a loot
above aero qf um t
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanoo. S3 teet
Cincinnati, !). Davenport, IS.
Itubuiiue.Hi. fort biuith, 'ii.
Keokuk. It. Helena,-.
La Crone, 21- Leavenworth, 20
Little Kock, 'ii. Loqiivill. lift.
Mamphli.M. Nw Orleani. 13.2.
Naahvllle.tll. Plttiburs. IB.
Omaha, 1. M.Paul, 7.
Pt. Louii, 32. Vickibura, .
bhrveiKirt, 2. Yankton, 'JA.
PiTTaBORfl, Heptember 1. Noon-
River H incbrs on tbe gane and Ian
irg. Weatber clear and cool;
Wbeelino, W. Va Keptember 1.
Noon Kiver 2 feet 8 inches on the
pause and falling. Weather clear and
pleasant.
nmnnsATi. Sert'ember f. Noon
River tifeet H inches on the gangs and
falling. Weather clear; thermometer
ti(). Arrived: Buckeye Kate, Mem
phis.
LouiaviLLE, September 1, Noon
River 5 feet 5 inches in the canal and 3
foot :t inches on the falls anu rising,
UuHint'RS brisk. Weather cloudy and
warm.
Pairo. fcentember 1. Noon River
10 feet 3 incbes on tne gauge ana tail'
ini Weather cloudv and cool. Ar
rived : Ohio. Cincinnati. 10 p m. De
parted: Ohio, Memphia, 4 a.m.; R. K
Hayes snd barges, New Orleans, i
a.m. '
iHHOHxro NATVR4L Frrrnfr
DIKRKMJ'JRN. UNEXt KLLKD roa
FAMILY 1KB. KKCriMMKND
KI) BY THE
IllEhret Hedtral Aulhorllle.
Bole Aienti for Memrhle,
jtrllHH 4k .AaktiTT,
UflUTrn A9ENT8, Men and Worm
WAla I CU to lell "TUB CHILD'
ml.lt" Introdnotion b K.J U. VI
cent. D.D. On ant ka inld S In a tow:
of 07 p0P' on ia in vuiai. 01 tv ui
aiant 6 In 10 davit
itv wkit sn0 la 4 dui at two differ
ai i
two .
dtffere'
tiaii. Priro notnacaiiarr. A
itm.i.-. mrCAH-BijI,uo. (L't'd
Aidraia
d.
40 Drboia itratV Chlrai.
STEAMBOATS,
FOR VICK8BURQ.'
For Helena, Terrene, Arkaniai City, Qreea-
Tillean-i v loiiDurr oieauier
D. K. lw?ll ,
Vlrtkara m altar.
Will th Klerator THIS DAY. bent.
2d, at t p.m. For treifht or paaiaire apply
0. 1,. Hii.i, P.M.At'r. Af STiiRM. Ar't.
KtiK LOU1SVILLK A CINCINNATI
Ho, for Cincinnati Exposition
iu:irc El bates.
For Cairn, Eramville. Lcotiville and Cin
cinnati Ihe eleirant paiieniter
Sir. OHIO, fZg
M. M. Deem, muter, eKtSuSS
Will leat THU RSDAY, Bert. 2d, at i v.m.
For Ireiatt or nailase annl to C. B. RU S-
SKLL, O. F. A T. A., 12 MaJiioa t. Tele-
hon- Wo. TZl .
FOR TIPTON VILL&
For Oioeola, llalei Point, Carutheravllle,
Uayo'o and tptnnTille To new iieamar
W. P. Hall m alter I B. 0. MicheU...eiark.
Will leave an abort, and all war point.
BVKRY MONDAY and THURSDAY at S
p.m. rortretght or pawiaire mnlyon boarq
I.KK LINE.
mill,t'rlra Flai anil mempbl
an-l OecMli Harai H t otnimuT.
For Helena, Ulamlale, Friari Point and all
way Landtnii Bteamer
bsainca ovaanar
tf . ... J . W . 8 lait beriToleTi
I allies
J. U. Cooper, n-ftw
VMI leave anv on every MOfluAi,
WKDNKSD Vaa- FK1DAY. at 5 o'clock.
For Randolph, Falton, Oioeola and Way
Liandtnii & learner
Cvonliomn,
K. T. Clii(tntt...iiiinlr I Piatt Plnito....i-leri-Leaven
Kvrrr MONDAY, WKU.NKSOA1
and KR1DAY at o p.m. Thebatiot this
linereierve the niiht to pan all lin.linrt
theoipiain may deem tiniate. Office, No. 4
Mnili'nn t. .1 i.; i.t.K, .is., Mir-.
The St. Francis Rlyer TransporUtloi
Co.'l Fine Blde-W heal U. o. MaU Htaamu
0. K.Joplin u. rnaiter,
W 1 L.L, A.KATK niiiruu m v M.m u
TVESUAf.
at II o'clock, for Marianna, the Cut-Off. aa4
Irtarmediate landlniion bt. Franoli river.
The oatitain roiorvei the rlaht to raai al
landlnai ha deemi aniafe. JAS. LKU. Jr.,
Hn....nl.n,l.-I (IKtcK. No. 4 MH''.r t
Memidilsand VIckslturgPuckettOM
pany U. S. Mall Line.
For Helena, I'ononnlia, Terrene and Arkaa
in City Th elei ant paiieniter (learner
KATE ADAMS. sjdSA
M. H. Cheek. .. rnaiter I W. C. Blao.r...olri
baavef Momvhti
BVKHY MONDAY and THDRSPAT, at S
p.oi.,reiervln therlitht to pau all lanitinrl
thaoapu.n may deem uniate. For reneraJ
inlormation applf at offloe, No. Madiioa
troet. K. WALWOKTll. Arenl.
.IOHH rtartR, P.i.'r Arent.Telephnne V.
Arkansas River Fk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB, im
Liivei Mmrbl Every TUKHllAY. al6 p.
U. O. LOWK. Acent.
Offloe. No S Madlmn at. Telephone No.
a.
Memphis & White Kiyer TktCo
tor t'lurendein, DevalU Bl oil,, Dos
Are, Angnita, bearey. nwp n, vacaioa
port, llateavIHe and all Way Landinm,
ma. rHirkAmw, .it-
V n P.i.l vie tl
Wlll'loitve KVKKY WKDNKSDAY at 6 p.m.
HTR. ALBERTA SO
tr f?ilMw?
KDAY at & p.m.
AlhertB. Smith rnaiter,
W a... KVKIIV nAlU fliA 1 U V. IH
.,,. .vh.w . , I M Tit.
Throuah rate! ctven to an poinin. rn iui
eoniigned to th Memt-hli ni WhlU River
Packet Co.. at Heiniinii or lerrene, win u-
r,..war,lMil tirnmntlv.
For teneral inlorma-
lion ani'lr at oince, no. o
i. 3 Madlion it., ort
H. O. LOWH, Af't.
(lall Telephone M.
OT
ACID IRON EARTH
la an aseioni Intlon of aha (!
able tnatlar la nalaaral arth
toad a la Choctaw conaly. Alu,
near th laneai Hladon mineral
prln(a. Thlaoaurth bad XKt low
cal calebrlir "llosr liarih,'
from lha namo ol tha UroTcror
of Ihe bad or mine, now ownad by
lha Acid Iron Earth Compaari ol
mobile, Ala.
for Drpapla,all derangemaata
Mver, kklu Oieeue, tall, Ban,
Scald and Brule. ACID IKON
K A It Til la a specific. Hbenma-
lm and olhar chronic dlaeaaao
ylvld to It curative power with
oat fall.
Entlraly tree from Alcohol or any drug what
ever, ACID IHOS Lanm muy ueaervn imm
wordi cmbraeed In III trademark, "SATOHri
PWR REMEDY." fri pimphlet, I bo
bad afall Drugglita.
At Wheleaale lT Van Yleet & (A
CHANCERY SALE
OF
ItKAI. EIHTATJ3.
No. 5?.W, R. D. Chanoery Court of Fhelba
countr. Hut ol lnaaaea va. barah
Morriion t al. ,.
Tjy virtue ol an Interlecutorr oecre tor
Jj ule entered in the above cauie. on th
Mth dar ol Heriuiber, 1. M. U. nu, Data
m, 1 will tell at pnblioauotion, to th hih
it bidder. In Irunt of th Clerk nd Ma.
ter i oflice. conrtnoni oi ouemj
Matnphia, Teonenee, on
aainrtloT. NepumMr va,
wltbln leal houn, the followinf deieribti
propertr, litualed in bhalby coonu, fet
neRee. to-wit: , .
N. l-ilotM. Irontlnt S4'4 feet or. i th; ait
id ol Chickaiaw trt by a depth of HaVi
lv ot, laid lot beina 74V feet louth of Win--heiter
itreat. Sold property of th an
known teinol J. A. .
Part of country lot NM, frontlnr 37 lt on
th n-.rlh lid of Auction itreet, br adepts
of lhi feet. Sold at proi-erty of baran or-
rti-nanu otneri. . .,
Lot 170, frontias 37'-, feet on th art tida
Oi Main itrot, br UW feet dp, it'i fk
north of Auction trl.
iernii ot ale un acreunui ai ih.iu.i..
-... ....I,.. in,rai. wiin lennriiv. r
quired; lien retained; redemption barred.
1 rill j.tn aay in nuiu i
Ml'UUVtf CLl., t.iera idu kmwi.
Ht B. P
Colema n , Deputy O. ad M.
P. U. A C. W
Haiakell, lonciuiri
wnrwimiTi-EY
Real Estate A sent,
AXI I . K. C'OMMISSIOXEM,
asl Wain, aear Warllon.Wannhl.
KAUI.KWAU05I FACTOHV.
P. CUNNINGHAM,
u txt'rArTi aica m-
Farm ami Spring Wagons
DRAYS AND I'AKTS.
Cotton Scali aud Truck a Specialty.
Vor. Menrtie & Desoto SU , Memphis.
All orileri promptlr attended lo. Carriare
Repaired and Ueneral Blaokiinilhint. Th
beat aaterial on hand, and th molt Bn
libd workmen employed.
KKOOIiLYN.M. Y. Board on tne niii
Ur. U. C. Howard, ano Wai.hinato
Park. Room lane; location delixhifuU
Convenient to oar. to Manhattan ica
ony l.land, Lent Deach and Central lar S
alto to Hw York plaoei of uiainak
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