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HUICB UD COMERCE.
EOXET 8 PEl CENT., NEW YORK
EXCHANGE 14 PBEMiUH.
Cotton IIlgher-MiddllDg, 9c-Salei
Money rules in fair demand at 8 per
cent. Local securities continue steady.
The cotton maiket closed firm yes
terday, and c higher. Bales 500
bales on a basis ot Oc for middling,
- Kew York spots closed firm and l-16c
higb.tr;' middling 9 5-16c; futures
firm; Septembir, 9 169.17c. A lead
ing New York cotton circular says of
the future market: "With some little
help still obtained through the foreign
advices the market was fairly well
held, and a point or two lost was after
ward recovered, and the c!ce stood
At New Orleans yeeterday spo S
were firm and l-16c higher; middling,
9c; futures steady; September, 8.84
A.t Liverpool epota were firm, good
demand; sales 12.0C0 bales. Mid
d'inp, 5d; futures quiet; September,
In the general market eggs are
steady at 1415e. Other articlts tin-
Forty-three brls apples, 50 pkgs
b con, 10) bu. corn, 15 plus chnrs?,
8s.s toff: e, 2 cars cotton sied, 12C8
sks co toa eeei, 163 pbgi dy goods,
17 pl:g egg?, 125 brls fljttr, 7(itt biles
hnv, 18 pkgs h&t', 12 hd cattle, 5 hd
bora ad malar-, 170 rkaslard, 74.5C0
!(in kpsr na Is. 1000 bu
oats, 03 brls onione, 41 brls po'atoe3,
1 car p rk suits, BDriasujar, ou pgs
" tobacco, and 62 bra rice.
Ta fVillrkwinnr aVtnwfll t.hfl AmDTint Of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported w
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
WhA.it teceivisd. none: withdrawn.
none: in store. 3027 bu. Corn re
ceived, 496 bu ; withdrawn, 9."8 bu ;
in itnra 01113 hn. Oatfl received.
15,349 bu; withdrawn, 16,995 bu; in
store, ia,isa nn.
joMN Jj. uroiiToai
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS ADO SELLS
OIL TRUST CERTIFICATES,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
The Wearing House report is as ioi
Thursday. September 16th. $142..
" 730 85; thus far tbit wek,G98,164 40;
same time las, week, 5770,314 "Jz; same
time in 1885, $593,053 91 ; same time in
1884, $274,77 29.
Thursday, Seitembr 16th, $76,
567 63 ; thus far this week, $267,230 83 ;
same time last week, $298,315 33 . stme
time in 18 So, 216,885 67: same lima in
1884, $52,124 85.
New York sight on all points, par
buying, J premium selling; New
England demand, discount buying;
New England sight, J discount; New
Orleans,! disconnt buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce .146 bid, 149 asked
First National ..1S0 bid, 165 asked
German Bank 195 bid, 200 asked
State National -145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planters..l50 bid, 153 asked
Mercantile Bank....l35 bid, 137 asked
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Home 75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples.... - 80 bid, 83 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Planters 107 bid, ... asked
VanderbilU 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors - 20 asked
M. and O. R.R. sharee-36 bid, ... asked
M. & T. R.R. ehrs, 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & O. consuls, 7s. ..119 bid, ... asked
M. A L. R. 1st m. 8s... 105 bid, ... asked
Miss.AT.R.R.cs,A....lll bid, 113 asked
MiB8.&T.RRcs,B101 bid. 103 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Go. 6a. 108 bid, 110 aBked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6s 97 J bid, 98 asked
Tax. Diet. 6s 104 bid, 105 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 104 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonda....97 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Oot. Oil traerU...54 bid, 56 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.8tor.Oom.Co102 bid. 103 asked
Mem. Gas stock .75 bid, 80 asked
New York, September 16. Money
-on call loaned at from 4 to 6 percent.,
closing at 5 per cont. asked. Prime
mercantile paper 45 per cent. Slot
ting exchange steady and unchanged ;
ec rial rates, 481 for sixty day bills
and 484 for demand.
Bonds -Government bonds were
dull but strong. State bonds were doll
Storks Reading was the one feature
in today's market, the business in that
stock being about one-fifth of the en
tire business done. Many rumors
were afloat in regard to the proparty,
botthoy all agreed tbat a compromise
between thabpporing intents either
bad been or waj about to be consum
mated. Ia fast, many telegrams were
received trim Philadelphia, saying
that a settlement had been effected.
No official coctirmatiou either one
way or the other, however. The only
excitement in the market was , fur
nished by Reading, the buying coming
from all quarters, but there was a free
supply and the stock advanced bnt
little after the opening. Jeisxy Cen
tral was materially he'ptd by the
ttiiieson Reading, and it was an
nounced that it was receiving larger
remittances from the latter company.
Stocss There was considerable
trading ia Louisville and Nashville,
Union Pacific and Pacific Mail, which
were notably strong. Outside of the
stocks mentioned, however, fluctua
tions were small and dealings of little
interest, a'thoogh there was an active
trading Id S.. Panl, Lackawanna, Lake
Shore and Cicada SDUtbern, the latter
being the t trongojt stock on the gen
etat list. The opening was compara
tively quiet though firm, first prices
being generally J to i ab3ve the clos
ing figures ot last evening. Rending,
however, was up and Delaware and
Hudson . There was s me heaviness
apparent in the early trading, but this
disappeared before 11 o'clock, after
which prices moved up slowly and
s'eadily tbrongbout the .-err.aindor f
the day. Tne afternoon maiket, he
ever, wis doll and unrelieved by any
feature, except a sadden spurt of 1 ptr
rent, in JSew lor, bUfqnttiann acd
Western preferred, and one cf 3 per
cent, in Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St
Louis and Cbicego. There was more
strength disolayed in the lar-t hour
than at any time during the afternoon
and the market closed quiet bnt strong
at tae tnpnest lignres reached, Jersey
Central being the special lBtre
toward tb cl. Tte to'al day's
business was 266,922 tharue; Retding
furn'sbing 64,762, Lackawanna 23.390
and St Paul 0,91 5 shares. LakeMiore,
Union Pacific, Western Union ar-d
Louisville and Nashville made salts
of between 10,003 nd 20,000 abates
each. The ret result of the day's
transections is an advance o( almost
everything on the active list; Texsa
Pacific being the only notable excep
tion, with a decline ot . Jersey Cen
tal and Lackawanna are each op li,
Reading and Canada Southern each
1, Pac tic Mail 1, and Union Pacific J.
Railrocd bonds were ouiet and firm
throughout the day, but utterly with
out feature. The dny'd business was
$763,800. Final prices generally show
fractional advances, out h.rie lours are
up 3, at 116; Lake Erie and Wes em
fiists5, to 105; Detroit, Maiquetteand
Meckiiiao incomes 3, t) 25. North
western consols loit 1, to 141; Gal
veston, Harrisburg and Sin Antonio
firsts 2, to 108.
Tne total Siles of stocks today were
266 022 shares, including Canada
Southern, 8125; Delawftr?,Lacka wanna
and Western, 22,3'JO; Erie, 6080;
Lake Shore, 14,540; Louisville and
Nashville, 11,277; Mirsouri, Kau-sas
and Texas, 4165; New J r ey Central,
17,020; Pacific Mail, 7765; R-ad.nA
54,762; St. Paul, 20 915; 8t. Paul and
Omaha, 3710; Tv-xas Pacific, 3105;
Union Pacific, 12,570; Western Union,
11,440; Northern Pacific preferred,
3535; Oregon Transcontinental, 4775.
U. S. Sj, 100 "
4i, eoup, lio.'i.
4, coop, 127.
La. atamim, it, 19. Mmouri, 6a, 100.
Coat. Pao. Ult, 115. Dsn. & H.(i.lstn,l20K.
LonARn'.l.-t,S2. . Kr.i seconds. 116.
M.K.AT.,aen North. Po. liU,110!4.
N.Weit. deb. 5, Kr.i.St.L.S.F.Gen.M, KISW
Bt. Paal, oon., iai. ar-f.-u. a v. mu.iaj
T.P. laodsranls.M. T.P..H.a. ex eou 60.
V. P. lit. Ui. Wet tihor. Uil'A.
Tenn. 6a, iet'uit,106.Te;nn. 5s, set'mt, 100.
Tonn. 3s, set'iut, Wi.
Adams Express,140. MorrlnA B.,offd.,138i
AlleKhenj Cen., . Nashville A U.,
Alton A T. II., 31. N.J. Central, ol'i.
A AT. II., P(d 85. Nor. A W.. pfd..45J4.
American ex., i. ioriuern rao., osy.
B. 0. K. A N., 50. Northern P. pM.,01.
Canada Pao., CAN. W., 117;4.
Canada Son.. 5U. C. A N.W pla.,143.
Central PaoiSo, 44. N. Y. Central, 111.
Chesapeake tu , B'i ti. i.v. a 01. u.,p"b.
C. A 0.,l9tpfd, N.Y. C ABt.Ii.,p..&
C. A V.. ii Pla., vy. uuio ven'.rai, .
C. A A., 141. Ohio A Miss., 2b.
fl t A . nri.. KVl. O. St Mian., nfd.. tfO.
0., B. A Q., 136)4- Ontario A West., 1
C, St. L. A N. O., -. Oregon NaT.. 108" .
0., St. L. A P., 13K. Oregon Trans..
C, St. L. t P, p. ,36. Oregon Imp., 29.
0., 8. AC. 34. PaciQo Mail,
O.A C , 6V4. Panama, 96.'
Del., h. A W.. 111. Pittsburg. 15114. ,
Den. A Rio O.. 3. Pullman P. 0., 1394-
Kri, nf,i . 17. Kn.:k Island. 126'.
n i:. . ... . , nt,-
fiast Xenn., . m. u. a a. r .,
East Tenn. pfd. W. Ht. L. A 8. F., p., ' W
Fort Wayne, 1474. St.I,.AS.F..lt n.U4V4
Hannibal A St. Jo., U. M. A St. v., MY.
U. A St. Jo., pfd., - 0. M. A St. P.,p.l24'f
Harlem, 230. St. P., M. A M., Wt.
Houston A T., St. P. A Omaha, 49.
Illinois Cen;, 135 Pt.PanlAO.pld., 113.
Ind., B. A W.. 17H. Ten. Coal & Iron,674.
Kansas A T.. Texas Paoifio, 14
Lake E. A W., . Union Paoifirt, 59)4.
Lake Shore, 88. U. S. Express. 62.
Lon. A Nsh 47k. W., St. L. A P., 21?.
Lon. AN. A., 5fi4. W., St. L. AP.,p.,374
M. AO. first pt.,-. W. A F. Ex.. 126.
M. A 0. pfd., -. W . V. Tel.,
Mem. A Char.. 38. Colorado Coal, 28J.fi.
Mich. Cen.. 84 '4. Homestake, 18. ,
Win. A St. L, 2154. Iron Silver, ISO.
Min. A St. L.pfd,4'i?4.0ntario, 25.
Missouri Peiao,112. Quicksilver, 6.
Mobile A Ohio. 14. Ouieksilver.pfd, 24.
M. L. S. A W 62i . South Paoi0o, .
M. L. S. AW., pfd, 87. Sutrb.7.
London, September 16. 4 p.m.
Consols 100 for money and 10015-16
for the account. United t-ta'ea Bonds
4s, 1298 ; 4K 113i- Bar silver, 43d
per ounce. The bullion in the Bank
of England hes increased X108.000
during the past week. The p opor
tion of the Bank of Eoglacd roterve
t liability, which last week was
46 15-16 per cent., i3 now 48J per cent.
Paris, September 16. Three per
cen. rentas, 821 72ic fnr the accdunt,
ex. ioterjst. Ths weekly statement
of the Bank of France shows an in
crease of 1,650,030 francs in gold and
250,000 francs in silver.
HNaw Oiilanp, La., September 16.
Olearinos of the banks, $981,867.
Baltimorb, Mn., September 16.
C'earings, 12,153,759; balances, $272,
019. ' Boston, Mass., September 16. Ex
changes, 14,991,C47 ; balances, $1,531,
665. Chicago, 111., September 16. Clear
ings of the associated banks today
were $8,847,000. .
Nbw York. September 16. Clearing
house statement: Exchanges, $118,-J
760,442; balances, $9,508,337.
Philadelphia, Pa., September 16.
Thebtnk clearings today were $10,
545,628; balances, $1,341,487.
St. Louis, Mo., September 16. Bank
clearines, $2,911,845; balances, $411,
502. Exchange on New York easier
at 2550c discount.
The local cotton market opened
firm and closed firm and higher:
middling, Oo. Sales, 500 bales, of
which 125 to exporters and 375 to spin
ners. EXCHANGB QUOTATIONS.
Miuphis, September 16, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1880.-... 4,009
Received to-day 97
Received previously... 1,167 5,273
8blpped today 94
Shipped previously... 1,384
Home consumption to
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September let
M. and O. R. R
M. & T. R. R.
L. and N. R. R
C, O. & S. W. R. R
K. O , S. & M. R. R
Wagons and other sources.
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
New York spots opened firm and
Itan -I cfoa A tr an.l 1.1An KtnViav fit.
dling, 9 5-lOc. Sales, 1244 bales. Quo
tations were as ioiiows:
rdinary ... 6 11-18
Good ordinary. 8 MO
Low middling. 8
Middling.. 9 5-16
Good middling 9 11-16
New York futures onened quiet, and
closed veay steady. Sales, 41,100
balos. The closiug quotations were as
9.21 ( 9.22
Octobc a.rj .20
,.9.24 4 9.23 9 24
,.9.3Ka 9.32 9 30 9.31
.9.39 9 40 9.38i
.9.47 9 43 9 4ti
..9 65 9.58 9.55
.9 64(3 9.05 9.63 9.64
..9.72 9 73 9.71 9 72
.9.80 9.81 9.79 9.80
Thai NewOr'eans spot market opened
firm and closed firm and Jc biebsr;
middling, 91a. Sales, 600 bales. QuoU
tions were as follows :
Ordinary 7 1-J6 7 1-16
Good ordinary 7 1316 7 13 16
Low middling.. ,. 88 o U-16
Middling 9J 9
Good miildlins...0i 9
The New Orleans futnre market
onened btieiy steady, and closed
steady. Sales, 17,200 bale. Quota
tions were as follows:
September . 8 84 8.87 8 82 8 83
Octobr... 8 81() 8.82 8.78fa 8 80
November- 8.71) 8.81 8 76 8.77
Decomber - 8 82 8 83 8 79 8 80
January 8.89 8 92 8.89
February... 9.01CA 9 02 8 99 9 00
March - 9. 1 1 9. 12 0 09( 9 1 1
April .9 21 9.22 9.20 921
May 9 31'4 9.32 9.3(X 9.31
June 9 42 9.43 9.40 9.41
July 9.50 9.51 9.48 9.49
DAILY POUT AND INTERIOR MARKBT8.
Tone. Kec. Prices Stock.
Galveston firm. 4 222 9 33,596
N Orleans, firm. 3,3M)9 25,470
Mobile .... nom. 364 8 3.410
Stvannah. firm. 2,tfi5 8J 20,143
Ciarl'ston steady 1,309 8 j 8,073
Wilm'ton. steady 47 8J 684
riorfolk.... steady 40 9 3,067
Baltimore quiet 9J 4,396
New York steady 9 6-16 97,962
Boston quiet 93
Philad'a... dull. 2 9 6,950
St. Louis... firm. 120 8 J 8,400
Augusta... firm. 280 8
Receipts at ports, this day, 1886..12.087
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885..13.035
1886. I 1885.
R'ts U. 8
Ex. Or. Br
R'ts Sept. 1
Decrease in receipts this year. ..32,083
At neon: Liverpool spots were
firm, good demand. Sale?, 12,000 bale?,
of which American 8HU0 bales. K4-
ceipts, ll.OOO.bales, of whichAmenban
Clojinz quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4d ; good ordinary, 4Jd;
low middling, 5d ; good middling, 6jd ;
middling uplanas, bta; miauling ur
leans, 5 5-101.
17k; prices are given in pence and 64iu,
(Atts: 4 63 meant i wi tHa; ana o ui
meant 6 l-64f.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady; September, 5 lo(u)5 ldd; hep-tember-October,
5C95 0cd; October
November. 5 03d; November-Decern
her, 5 03(ft5 02d ; December-January,
5 02d: Jann.-rr February, 6 03 5 02d :
February-March, 5 055 04d; Match-
April, 5 OOd; April-May, .
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet; September, 5 13d, sellers; September-October,
5 08d, sellers; October-November,
5 03d, sellers ; Novem
ber-December, 5 OZd, sellers ; Decern'
her-January, 5 02d, sellers; January.
February. 5:02d. value; February
March, 5 03d, buyers; March-April,
5 U8d, buyers; Apia-May, o 07d, buy.
At 4 p.m : Liverpool futures were
quiet; September, 513d. Bel'ers; Sep
tember October, 5 08d, vslue; Octo
ber-November, 6 03d, buyers; Novem
ber-December, 5 02d, buyers; December-January,
5 02d, buyers: January-
February, 6 03d, sellers; February-
March, o U4d, buyers; Marcn-Apni,
5 OOd, eellers; April-May, 6 08d,
WUa faU.artnf li fh. wuvivJ 4 1
Liu lu.ivniu .a vi i u .cvviu v.. v,uw
and offers at the Call Beard of the
Merchants .xcnange yesterday :
No. 2, white, spot, 43c hid ; Septem
ber, 43c bid; Ootober, 42c bid; No
vemer, 43c asked ; year, 41c asked ;
No. 2,spot, 42c bid ; September, 42c bid,
4vnilnKa An KM VM.amKaw AOn VI,t
430 ttta.uj year, uo asaeu.
. a . , l . in. i i
No. 2, white, spot, 28c bid, 30c asked ;
n . 1 (1 li 1 . 1 11 qa. ..L.J. -,..
eepiemuer, lona uiu, ouu imiou, uuiu
ber, 29c bid; November, 30c bid.
Nn. 2. rad winter, snot. 76c bid :
HspiemDer, 400 uiu.
n . 1 , ' ,
Spot, $2 05 bid ; September, $2 10 bid,
$1 15 asked ; uc to tier, iuu brls sold a,
$2 10; year, $1 80 bid, $2 asked.
Spot, $11 25 bid ; September, $11 25
bid; October, $11 25 bid; November,
$12 bid 0. t., $12 asked o. t.
The following quotations are the of
ficial qnotations of the Merchants'
Oornmsal Standard, $2 352 40;
noarl. $3 403 50; roller. $2 60.
Hay Choice, from store. 75c; car
load from levee or depot, $13 ; prime,
from store, 70c; carload from levee
or depot, $11 6012; prairie, from
store, ol),:; car load from levee or
Corn From store, whlte.SOc: mixed.
47c, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk, 4iic; in sacks, 48c; mixed, in
bulk, iip.; in sacks, 46 Jo.
30o: from levee or depot. 'white, in
bulk, 32c; in sacks 30c mixed, in
bulk, 30c; In sacks, 33c.
Bran From st'ire, 7075c; from
levee or depot, tu.
Flocr From store. No. 3. $3: fam
ily. $3 50; choi e, $3 75(4 ; fancy, $4
4 25; extra uncy, fi a(t(i4 00; patents,
Brans Navy, $2; medium, $1 60
1 75: common, $2 25; German millet
$1 201 40.
Rica Louisiana, 45c; Carolina
Oatmbal Id half-barrels, $33 25
Chacxirs 8oda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7 Jc; ginger maps, extra,
6c: ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
Cracked Whiat la bail-barrels,
$4 2i from store.
Homiht ahd UBrra iroru store,
$3 lbdVS 25.
St. Louis. Mo.. September 16. Flour
quiet and steady. Wheat dull and
unsettled; the market tluctuated fre
quently within a range of JWjc; nea'
options c)oed lo lower, iieltr.edl
Jc higher than yesterday ; No 2, red,
cash, 75c; September, 75c; Otobe,
7SJ(!ft76r, closing at 7ic; November,
77jin78J j, closing at 7Sc; May, SSi'S
88jc, closing at 8Jo. Corn fairly active
and stronger, closing J(aJc higher
tbaa yfsterday; No. 2, mixed, cash,
3ti,c; Uctotier, aoitsnsc, cirsing at
30jo bid; November, 37J37jc, cloa
in at 37 jc ; May, 42ii42Jc, closing at
421c. O ts very dull, but s-eady ; No.
2, cash, 25Jo; September, 25Jc; Octo
ber, 25 Jc; November, 2BJcbid; May,
32o. Kye strong, ou3 asaeu. nariey
very dull ; prices range ! from 6072o.
according to quality. Hay active and
steady; prairie, $7 60W9 50; timothy,
$10(3)13 50. Flaxseed firmer at $1 05.
Bran tteady at 49c. Carnmeal steady,
at $2. Receipts Flour, 2000 brls;
wheat, 38,001) nn; com, zj.uvu ou;
oat, 12,000 bu ; rye, 3C00 bu ; barley,
12,000 bu. Shipments Flour, 8000
brls; wheat. 19.000 bu; corn, 181,000
bu; oats, 5000 bu ; rye, none ; barley,
Afternoon Board.--Wheat firm and
J(a)5c higher. Corn steady and Jc
higher. Oas steady and a abado
Chicago. III.. September 10. Val
ues were weaker for the entire specu
lative l'st today aod, generally speak-
ini', trad ng was more dull. Foreign
adVoa quUd wbeU s dull and tin
cliaaged, and rousuls wore qnot d a
point hicber. OpsraUrj ap.eartd to
tear a ueiugd ui npiiir wueai buib
meiits, although the movement con
tinues liftht. The market declined 8?,
rallied, but declined avd cloasd t 1
o'clock Jc lower than ytst rdiy. In
the tftsrroon tha niatket rallied i aj3,
closing firm. Corn was weak end low
er, itrlnenced by speculative ofleiings,
a prominent local op ru or ueing crsu
iied with aalling very fieely. Prices
d xlined c, rallied, and cbped at 1
o'clock Jo lower than yesterday, but
recovered this los in tlio afternoon.
Oats were heavy, but prices showed
. . . 1 1 - 1
... , , 11 "i.4
1U 16 cnaOKB. f nmci,, rwjr nuu
unchanged. Whtnt dull and
eaBy. Sales ranged: Septembtr,
74irS745c. closed at 741c; October,
75S(o76c, closed at 75 13-10c; No
vember, 7i(Jc, cicsea a; (jb;
Mav. 85 '348510. closed at 851 o; No.
2 spring, 74J(n)743c; No. 2 ied,74Je.
Corn fair v active ana weaa; csu,
38J39c; I September, 38j38jio,
cloed ' at 38Jc: October, b9j
40c, dossd at 89 11-16?; Novem
ber. 40 j411c, closed at 41Jc; May,
4545 7-lOc, olosed at 45 5-16c. Oats
dull and steady; cash, 25J255; Sup-
tember, 2oJc; October, aojo: xuav,di
31jo. Rye quiet; No. 2, 48Je. Bar-
ev sleadv: no. i. osc. riaxseeu
firm; No. 1, $1 091 09J. Receipts
Flour. 14.000 brls: wheat, 80,003 bu;
corn, 177,000 bu; oats, 194,000 bu: rye,
3000 bu; barley, 65,0,10 bu. Ship
ments Fiour, 16,000 brls; wheat. 26,
000 bu; corn, 223,000 bu; oats, 251,000
bu: rye, 4000bu;bar!ey, 76,000 bu,
Afternoon Hoara.va ine aueruoon
biard all the grains ru'ed firmer and
closad a shade higher. The closing
prices at 2 :30 o'c'ock were ss follows:
Wheat Soptember, 74 13-lflc; Octo
ber, 76 3-16c; November, 77 15-10c;
May, 858c. Corn September, 388o;
Onlober. 39lc: November. 41Jc; May,
45Jc. Oats -September, 25Jc; October,
26 310c; November, 27 jc; May, 31Jo.
BiTTTBB Bntterine.l 2 j13c; cream
ery, 22?6a; dairy, 1618c; country
Chkksb Piime flats, 8n, nominal;
factory, 7 J8c, nominal; full cream,
Hoo PRoDncTS Mess pork, $11 50
11 75; 8uur cured hams, 13J14c;
hrfakfaat bacon. 83fHU0c: clear rib
sides bacon, 8iS8Jc; bacon shoulders,
83c ; bulk pork clear sides, tsc;ciear
rib sides, 88Jc; shoulders, 7J7jc;
long clear, 7jc.
Lard -Tierces, 7J71c; half-barrels
on! kegs, 88Jc; choice kettle, 8J
Fbbsh Mbats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c; bind quarters of beef, 8)0;
lambs, $2 50($3 50.
Podltbt Chickens, $23.
St. Louis, Mo., September 10
Provieions dull, unsettled and loyer.
Pork very weak, $11 25. Lard lower,
$6 556 65. Bulk mea'seny, loope
lots long clear, $7 25 ; short ribs, $7 50 ;
sboit clear, $7 75; boxed lota long
clear and short ribs, $7 50; short
clear, $7 80. Bacon easy; long clear,
$8 12J; short ribs, $8 15; sboit clear,
$8 62J. Hams firm, 12131c. Butter
active and strong; creamery, 21(24cj
dairy, 1020c. Eggs firm, ll12o.
Chicago, III., Septembsr 10. Trad
ing in mess pork was unusually act
ive. The oflvring were free, and
some longs evidently sold out their
holding. The market opened 10
12J0 lower, receded 17J320C addition
al, rallied 610c, but again broke off
2530c, and finally closed at nearly in
side prices. There was no special
change on the afternoon board. Lird
ended quiet and steady. Mess pork
weak and lower, closing 35c under
yesterday; cash, $10 45; October,
$10 3510 77, closed at $10 45
10 47J; November, $10 2010 50,
closed at $;0 3010 32; January,
$10 05U 12, closed at $llU 02.
Lard quiet and steady; cash and Sep
tember, $7 20 L October, $6 256 35,
closed at $6 35T Short rib sidis steady
cash, $7 35. Boxed meats steady; dry
ta'ted shoulders. SO 126 25; short
clear aides, $ 257 30. Butter steady;
creamery. 1521c; dairy, 1519e.
lgas, 1010o. , , u , .
Afternoon Hoard Pork : hpptembtr,
$10 45; October, $10 47; November,
$.0 30. Lard: September, $7 20; Oc
tober, $0 25; November, $6 27.
Copfk Common, 9S10J"; ordi
narv, 10llc; prime Rio, ).12c;
choke to fancy, 1313n; old govern
ment, 2425c; Cevlon. 1822o.
Soap Chapman's Hope soap, un
wrapped, 4C")4ic per pound.
WALT $1 ZU per UHrrrij r;n, uuu,
$1 35 1 45; coarse, $1 10 1 15; pock
eta. bleached. 2i)7c; car loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheapor.
Candies Ht'cks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 89a.
Candles Full weight, 910c.
Canned Goods. Etc. Prices per dos
en: Pineapples, fl 401 CO; peaches,
2-lh, standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 25 1 35; 3-lb, $1 151 30; straw
berries, $1 351 40; raspberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 60l 76;
pears, $22 25; plnms, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 6()4 ; green corn,
11 35; green peas, $1 65165; cove
ysters, full weight, 1-lb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
B5c ; cove oysters, iigui weigui, z-10,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 60
5 75 ; Eagle,$7 61 7 75 ; Daisy, $4 75.
Molasim Louisiana, common to
fair, 1825c; prime to choice, 2835c;
SEPTEMBER 17, 1886.
syrup, 2440c; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centriT-
ngai, lancy, a.-w.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch. 27fi&
2Sc; other grades and styles, 3586c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's. $10 26 per case; It. It.. $9 60
10 25; Gail & Ax's, $8 75.
Sdoab Pure white, 6J65c; off
white. 6i6ic; yellow cUrifitd, 6
6jjc; open kettle, 60o; refined A,
66iC: granulated, 6l7Jc; pow
dered, 7J7c;cnt loaf. 78c.
Powder Kegs, J4; ball kegs, 32 26;
quarter kegs, $1 25.
Nbw York, September 16. Coffee
snot fair Rio quiet, 11 jc; options 510
poiDts lower and active; sales, Ott.tiOO
bags; September, 1010c; October,
10 20c; November. 10.C5 10.15c; Jan
uary, 9 9510.15c; February, 10
10.15c; March, 1110.153; April. 10 05
(j 10 15c. Sugar firm and quiet; fair to
good refining quoted at 4 11-15
413-16c; refined quiet andeteady. Wo-
lasws quiet; ou test, 1 Jo. Kice steauy
HOVHKHOLD 8UPPLIEH. '
ArPLBS Apples, $1 502 60; dried
apples, 23c pr pound from store.
kJi 1 nil 4ihiiiuoo, -4 1 3 u 1 1 win nwiin.
Vbqktablbs Unions, J.i from
store. Cabbage, $2 50; per head,910c;
$1 75 from levee or depot per crate.
Kraut, brls, $1; half brls, $33 25.
Garlic, 4000c per 100. Turnips, 50c
r buit Uranges, LouiMane nomi
nal, $6. Lemons. $7(a)7 50 per
box. Bunanao, $1 50 u)2 60 per bnnj'h.
Ooconnnts, $5 per 100. Fuanuts Vir
ginia, 7c; Tennessee, liumer's stock,
34c; roasted, 2c higher; stielled,
10c. Almonds, lstojoo.
Raisins London layers. $3 40; lay
ers, $276; California, ; Imperial,
Pickles In iars, pints. 95c; quart',
$1 50 ; half-gallono, 27f : galloiis, $375;
loose, barrels, ia 5U()( : haii-barreis,
$3 754 ; rr.ixd,barre s,$10 60 ; mixed,
ha)f -barrels, $0.
PoTATOKs-New, $1 261 50; North
ern stock, $1 752.
Oidkb New York. $6 607 per bar
rel, and $3 764 per half-barrel ; Vin
egar, 10 per gallon.
Pecans Texas, 810o for small to
medium, 10 14c for large; Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$55 50; No. 2, $14 25; No. 3,
I3fc04; 10-lbkit. No. 1,90c; No. 2,
75c; 151b, No. 3, 65o. Dry heniug!,
fam'lv. 25c per box.
Walnuts French, 12c; Nsples,15j;
Grenoblts, loe. Hlberts, lZc.
(4am a Game fish. ll(oU2c.
Euas In gocd demand at 1415c.
4 OITON BE El PKODV13TS.
In car load lots: Piime crude cotton
seed oil. 27.1c: off crude cotton seed
oil, 2224c; prime summer yellow
cotton seed oil, 3037c; off sum
mer yellow cotton seed oil, 3133c:
miners' summers yellow cotton seed
oil, 3335c; prime summer white cot
ton seed oil, 35c; choice cooking yel
low cotton seed oil, 37J40o; prime
cotton seed meal, $14 50016; oil cot
tonseed meal, $1314.
Clear tu washed, 3l30e; grease
wool, 2320; Burry wool, 1318c.
St, Louis. Mo.. September 16. Wool
quiet and firm; medium clothing, 22
i6c; comb'ng, 2425c; fine liaht, 20
2ic; heavy, 102lc; black, I70c
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Pittsburg, Pa., September 16. Pe
troleum active and nrm; .National
Transit certificates opened at 64c:
closed at 641c; highest, 6IJo; low
WHIStKT, WINEN, LiqrOBS, ETC
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 60 5; redistilled goods from
85c to si ou, according toprooi; rye,
St. Louis,Mo.,September 10. Whit-
ky firm, $1 1U.
Chicaoo, III., September 10. Whls
ky steady, $1 15.
Cincin " i, 0.,8epteraber 10 -Whls
ky firt es ol huo barrels 01. na
ished on a basis of $1 10.
BAGGIIK ND TIEIt, ETO.
Baooinq Jute, 2 lbs, 8c: If lbs,
7jc; 1 lbs, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 7jc.
Ties-$1 101 16.
Nails Common, $2 20(5)2 25; steel
$2 352 40.
Gbas Cattlb Choice, 3i3c;
good, 23fa3Jc; fair to medium, 2 J
zjc: scanawttgs, najjo.
Hoas Choice,4J4lo; good,3J4c
Sheep Choice. 3134c: medium, 2!
(fllllc: common, $101 60. Choice
lambB, per pound, 44c.
Chicago, III., Septomber 16. The
Droveri Journal .reports : Cattle R
uinta. (HM)ll hnail : ahlnmnnts.- 3000
head; market quiet and weaker; fancy
cattle, $50; shipping steers, 9r0 to
ltiuuil)', WMoau: siaciersanu meu-
. . ... ,, 1 1 1
ers. $z zuuttd su ; cows, dumb buu uiubu,
a. 1 . r . 1 1 1 , He . 1 1 . V.
fl ont) J ; OU1I, 4ai 40; IUIUUKU
Texas cattle steady, $2 403 45; Vveet-
era rangers now; natives am nau
breeds, $303 90; cows, $J503; win
ra,t TTn Mart fUl. Sales 735
Montana Texans, 976 lbs, $3 40; 142
msota, lr.m ids, :js ou; 200 momma,
1197 lbs, $3 25f3 90. Ilogs-Re-
m.lnt 'At (inn 1ib,1- ulilnrriftnlH. 3000
head; market slow, and 5o lower;
rougti ana mixed, i uoyi u; piciing
sod shipping, $4 7005 05; light, f 4
4 bu; skips, it ovma to. diihhi im-
nalnla 'AON) liourt (ilnmnntn.5(10head :
market steady ; native, $204 ; West-
.. . i . , rr. i. ui , p . 1 I ..
ern, j.j io; xexans, o, iuiulb,
NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET,
New Yokk, September 10. In the
wav of deliveries In the execution of
Erevious engazements the bupiness
as reached eood propoitioup, but tbe
new demand has been more moderate
and for enecial s'vles and dualities,
Wool gocds are lookirg up under the
influence of the active and higher
market for wools.
No. 5361, R. D. In the Chunnery Court n!
iu., flArah .iinn.at al.
It aiipearini from t-herl ff ' rotnra In tills
rauKa that lh defondHtit", Mrs. Ii. Hull,
Jlertie Hull anil lUrrr Hall, aro not to be
luiiDil in bis countji
It la lliarrra (tritar-,1. That thflT mnke
their aearano herein, at tne Tourt-lliiuse
ol bhelby eountr, in Memiihis, Tenn., on T
belore the flrsl Mondiijr iu Oclolier, lnsrt, and
plead, answer or demur to complainant I
bill, or the same will be taken for eonloMsd
as to them and set for hearing exparte; and
that a nop? of this order be published once a
neek Tor tour suocesmve weeks IQ ine mem
phia Appeal 1'hls 2d (tar of beptember, M
A ontiy Aiiosi :
8. I. MoDOWEIiL, Clerk and Master.
Tt II. V. Wnlh. II. II. and M.
V AO. W.lleiskell.bolloitori foi Com
UANTm A9KNTS.Mea and Womsi
VfAJl I LU I,, ..TUit CHILD
TR LR " Tntrednntlnn h He". J. 11. Via
sent, D.D. On acent baa soli 6 In a tow:
of 7 iveopiei one 73 In aviuata, or 7t on
new scent S6 in todasi one 16 two sjooei
ilnwMkn one 10 In 3 dais at two diSeret
times. ZSxper-.enoe notneoassary. A Idreal
CAB3KLI k 00. (LVd.
W learloia iirsai. vaioaso.
RIVERS AND STEAMBOATS
Friars Point...- J Lit, 5 p.m.
Icksburg Citt or Cuao, 10 a.m.!
Oseeola...... ..Coahoma, 5 p.m.
fit. Louis ...... An ANSiS Citt, 10 p.m.
Concordia Fkkihhs Robih,5 p.m.
Whit River - Alskrta No. 3, 5 p.m.
MOVEXEKTS AY THE LKVEE.
.4rritoZ. Kate Adams. ArkansM
City; Gaycso, Cotordia; Annie V.
Silver, New Orlean-.
Departure! 1. k. rowei, v icks
burg; Annie P. Silver, St. Louis;
Kate Adame, Arkaneas Uity ; Usvchd,
Boat! Due itoirn. Coahoma, Suck-
eye State and City cf Cairo.
Boat! Dae Vp. James Lee, Alberta
No. 3, Ed Foster, Arkansas City and
i reddie Kobinson.
Kate Ad ms 4 bales cotton. 75 ski
seed and fto pkgs sundries.
Annie 1 . Silver C:i3 pkgs mercan-
Tin AlberU No. 3. Cant. A. B.
Piuitb, is the packet tomorrow even-
mi at 3 o clock lor bits river. 11. U.
Wilson Is in her otllce.
Thk Coahoma, Cant, llenrv Cooper.
Is tb packet this evening at 6 o'clock
.-r Oiceola and the upper bends.
Wm. Smither is in her ollic?.
Ttia Arkansas City. Cant. II. W.
Brolnfiki, is the Anoiior Line packet
ton i uli t at 10 o'clock for Cairo and St.
Louis. W. II. Pritcliartt ia her cleik,
Tub James L"o, Cnpt. Thomas Cliu-
gstt, ia the packet this evening at
5 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and
all wav landings. Will Ashford ia in
TiisCty of Cairo, Capt. Shep Light-
ncr. ii llm Acctior une packet
this morning at 10 o'clock for
Vicksbtifg and the bends. J. C. Mon
is her clerk.
Wkatiikr clear and warm.
Maj. John D.Adams is in the city.
Tin Gayoso was In ind out on time
Cait. W. 8. Tichknor, of Aehport,
Toon., is In the city.
Rscsiprs by nver yesterday, 4 bates
of cotton and 75 tacks of seed.
Tub Buckeve State. Cspt. , 11. J.
Vin'on, will doubtless be found in
The river here stands 5 feot 8 tenths
on tne gauge, a fall of 2 tenths the last
Trra D. R. Powell ws delayed here
bv her dock crew luonpina her. She
left yesterday morning for Vicksburg.
Tub Annie P. Silver pasBed an at an
early honr yesterday morning lor St,
Lonis. She put etl here 1133 packages
Tub Kate Adams arrived yesterday
morning from Aiksnsas City with 4
bales of cotton, 75 sacks of seed and 50
packages of sundries, and returned
last evening witn a goou trip.
Tub steamer Gtycso was sold yo
terdav bv T. B. Sims A Co. to John D
Adams lur $lu,UOU, ana will neraatter
form a part of the fl-ot ol tne Mem'
nil is and Vickibnrg Packot Company
leaving hero Tus lays and Saturdays
lor Uoncirula, slits.
KIVEB AND WEATHER.
Okficb Signal Skrvicb, TJ. 8. A.,1
Mbmpuis, September 10, 1 p.m,
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75" meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Ah ve Low
Dnusrer Line geet and tenths ol a loot
above sero of faugei
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanooga. 83 (eet.
Cincinnati, 60. Davenport, 15.
Dubuque, Id. Fort Hinith, 22.
Keokuk, 14. Helena. -.
La Crosse, 24. Leavenworth, 20
Little Rock. 23. Louisville, 26.
Memphis, M. New Orleans, 13.1.
gashville.iO. Pittsburg, 22.
maha. W. HI. Paul, V.,
St. Louis, 32. Vicksburg, 41.
Bbrereport, 28. Yankton. 24.
Evanhvillb, September 10 Noon
Rivet 3 feet 1 inch on the gauge and
Whbblino, W.Va., September 10.
Noon Klver 13 Inches on the gauge
Weather cloudy and warm.
PiTTHBtran, September 10. Noon
River 6 feet 8 inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather clear and warm.
Cincinnati, September 10. Noon
River lull leg, with 4 feet S Inches on
the gauge. Weather clear; thermom
Louisvilli, September 10. Noon
River 3 feet 3 inches in the canal and
1 foot 1 inch on the falls and falling.
Wather clear and warm. Business
Cairo, September 10. Noon Rivet
( feet 5 indies on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear end cool. Arrived : City
of Cairo, St. Louie, 10 a.m. No de
partures of regular packet
No. fl!iU-In the Chancery Court ol Bhelhr
County, Tenn.-John T. Wllllnsvs. Will
iam Dunn lr alma et al.
It appearing from the bill which is sworn
to in this cause 'bat the defendants, looey
Tnibue, A. K. Trabue, Joan iraoue, auiiio
Trahue and Christine Trabuo are residents of
MiMourit iwrs. J. naneynoius is irwiuoui
of Texas; Mrs. li. W. Htein is a reiilonto
N.w York, and that Mrs. C. L. ftciye and
Mrs. O. L Stii'eare reiidents of Louisiana,
and that the heirs of Kobert Xrabue and ol
Alfred A. Hyde are unknown, and their
names and places of residence are unknown
ant cannot be ascertained alter dilment In
quiry. Huid unknown beirs are made par
ties defendant hi-rein on account of thoir in
teront in the south half of a. I;t of land de
creed to John T. Willlns. J. W. Trahue and
A A. Hyde by the first Chancery Court of
Memphis, March IB, W7, the same fronting
THilM) feet on the west side of Walnut street,
this suit being brought for the partition or
sole for partition of said lot.
It Is, therefore, ordered that they make
their appearance herein, at the Courthouse
of Shelby county, in Momphis, Tenn., on
or l-elore the first Monday in November,
lHHti, and Plead, answer or demur to ooui
plainantblll, or the same will be taken for
coniessed as to them and set for hearing el
parte I and that a copy ot this order be pub.
linhed onco a week tor four successive weeks
in the Memphis Appeal. This ulh day of
A copy Attest t
8. 1. MuDOWELL. Clerk and Master,
By It. F. Cowman, Doputy C. and M.
PASTIES hevini claims against the
steamer Uaroso are requested to pro
sent the same for payment to
T. H. Mik i o., xs' rrnnt r"r-.
bt. l.(tnla nncl New Orlrnna anrhor
r.luc-l'. . Mull. -tOU VIUKMHIKU.
City oi airo,-,
Liahtner .master. nCfm&txmii
Will leare the Klerator FR1UAV , bei.t.
17th, ai 10 a.m. for frourhtor passage apply
C. !,. lli.!,, Pas. At. AP STOHM. Hgp'i.
FOR OAIltO AND ST. LOUIS
HI. Unit and firm Orlfitn Anrlinr
l.ln V. H. Hnll-CAIHU A bl. LOUIS.
Arkansas City, Vf1
Brolaaklmestar. eflH UJtriA
Will Itave the K levator FHItlAi. belt. 'I
17th, at 10 p.m. For freight or passage apply '
C. I.. Hai.i.. Pass. Agt. AD WTl'RM. Hup't.
Memplils and Vlrksbnrr Packet Co
pany U.n.nall Line.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkan
sas i,ltT Ine eleiant passenger iteamer
KATE ADAMS, vtStl
M. K. Cheek... master I W. 0. Blanker., clerk
EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 5
n u ' uuiiiniiPt iviHsinr
Lures every Tl'KSDAY and 8ATURDAT
at b p.m.
Reserving the right to pass all tendings
the captain uiaydiom unsale. for general
Information apply at office, No. 4 Madison
street. K. WALWOHTU. Agent.
JOHN OARR. Pass'r Airent. Telerhnne W.
a T n xt -. ... ' '
Momphil and Vicksburg Packet Company
i ne Dieamer
Freddie Robinsoa. rKZ
Hlixha Kvans Mastur.
WILL leave every TI KSDAY and SAT
URDAY at o clock p.m. for Helena,
Friars Point, tfuntlower, Matnne. Knowlu,u,
AuHtralia, Laconia, Concordia and all way
lundine". 1'or Iroisbt or passage apply at
oll'ioo, Ho. i Madiion otrcnt.
ti. n sun un i n, Aseni.
Jimv OAnn, Pass. Agt. Telephone
Mfiiijlitit, Friar ium awl neiuirlaia
ond .aM'MlH Fjsrlir (inmj,
For Helena, (ilendale, friars Point and all
Way landing steamer
TamcN Jjee. jSiU
i. H. Cooler, inester....J. W. Smilliers.olerk
win leave al aopv on every jiunu i.
W KDMlttiDA X Uftd rniDAX. at a o-ojoc.
For Randolph, Fulton, Osceola and WaJ
K, T. Claggett...master I Piatt Rhodes. ..clerjr
Leaves Kvery MONDAY, WKONKSDAI
and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boats of thil
line reserve the right to pass all landing!
the captain may deem unsnlo. Uffloe, No. I
N.ilinon st; JAMKS LKK, Ja., Snp't. .
The KUrranclH Klver 1 rannportatloa
Co.'l Fint Bide-W heel U. H. Mall SteamU
Etl Foster, r'
O. K. Joplln ma-ter,
v 11.1. LKAVK MEMPHIS EVBB1
at 8 o'clock, for Marbnna. the Cut-01, ao
Intermediate landings on bt. Krancls river.
The captain reserves the right tp pass al
landings he deems unsafe. JAH. LKU, Jr.i
HniwplT,tenrfenS. tllfle. Wo. 4 MwdlsoW St.
Arkansas llivcr Tk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
E. B. Smith... .manter. A!tii'm4
Leaves Memi his Kvery TUKSDA Y, at f p.a
11. 0. LOWB, Agent,
OWce, Nn. a Madlsnn st. Telephone No.
Memphls& White Klver PktCo
For Oliereindnn, leIU Blnfl,, Deal
Are, Augusta, Beamy, Newport, Jackson
port, llateaville and all Way Landlogs,
Hill. 111! KASlaW. mTT
K. 0. Postal m aster. JtiSS!l5BB r
Will leava EVERY WEDNESDAY at 6 p.m.
n a ... a ...... im .av. a. i
, , , . n i ' . : . i.
ft. AI.Itt'RTA MO. S, . .IT-
t D. Bmith - F; '
Aioer. 11. D1UIUI uinn,aiaMaaaaaaaI
Will leave BVaKY "aiukuai at p p.m.
Through rates given to all points. Freight
eonsigned to the Memphis and White River
Packet Co., at Memphis or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general Informa
tion apply at office, No. 8 Madison St., ort
Call Telephone M. H. O. LOW W. Ae't. .
rositivo Cure for Piles.
For sale by all dm Bglsts
rrr, in, ,ii,uauia iu noierq ininniuro
and Taothlng. A pre-ultfeated food fur Dysr
peptloa. Opneumptlvee, Oonvaleeoenta.
Wrreot nutrbut In all VVaetina naaaaasw
Heqalrea no cxjoklng. Our Uook, Tne Cart
and reading of Infanta, Dialled rroe.
POUBBH, OOODALa S CO.. Boa ton, Maasu
No. 62.19, R. "D.-In tho Chanoery Court: of
Bhelby County, Tenn. Anna MoUlnnlgat
al. vs. John II. Lenow et al. ...
It appearing from Hheriff's rsturn In thta
eausetbat the defendant, John K. Flippln,
Is not to be found in his oouatvi ,
It is therefore ordered, That rhe snake
hit appearance herein, at theioonrt-siaaseiii ,
Memphis, Hhelby eounty, Tenn., Ion er.befor
the first Monday in October. 1KM, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant bin, or
the same will be taken for confessed as to
him and set for hearing eipartei and that a
eopy of this order be published once a week
for four successive weeks, in the MemphU
Appeal. This 2d day of Beptember, 1W6.
A iv' T MnUOWRLL. Clerk and Master.
By 11. F. Walsh. Deputy Clerk and Master.
Craft A Cooper, Hols, for onmpl't. fr
Jor5 yt y - Uc., now m'.
k rrttiirt -strwNt1 umi iettlly 4uttivl p(iiviM aim M
&ierintwjrrrhew ud tmputioiior,
vHii-rMull of tlf cua l fHiut tjnM i ,
.urti jrriarB or 'thrr cui, ! prttlu.-iPt rwrai a.' a. M
lotfln .'ilrcla Ninunw Henints.1 Hnili..jJ.
iinui ht ir(Hii. Uliuiifu of tittjht UfCr.'Ufii Ucfs r.if
H '". t'ltupMioD CiM .e.rfJr iri'iM- 'ftmam,
'sfiiriiiB n "dM l-t o lJei'ie.1 Ptrwt,. . -r-ntiV-.r
-j.arrlnfp ,raimi' r nr iir.hi'p) r horoii;t,i rs4 pt'at..
.!l. .uirexl CVDU I 1. IS aHlU-tr WWt BJ
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