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F1MCE ASD COMERCE.
PER CESr.,SEW YORK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cotton Steady - Middling, 9 lSe
Salts Hester da;,
Money rules in fair demand at 8 per
cent. Local securities continue steady.
The cotton maiket closed steady
yejtsrday. Pales, 275 ba'es, ob
bat is of 0 for middling. New
Yoikspofa closed fi'm; middling, 9 Jc;
futures firm ; September, 9 169.17c.
A leading cotton circular says:
"It was a strong mm kit tbrongbout.
A liberal issue of October notices
- caused a braak of 233 p in's on near
options, but that was about the worst
'Shown, and from it a partial recovery
was afterward tecared, while the late
months stood up well and were taken
freely, a great deal of the busine-s be
ing of a swapping character. To ere
-was also come f u'r bujirg, includicga
few cnteide orders."
At New Orleans yestarday spots
were firm; middling, 91c; futures
steady j Hep ember, 8 93c bid.
At Liverpc o! a good business was
reported in spots; middling, fjl;
fntures slowly and 3 64d higher; Sep
tember, 5 19-o4il.
In the geceial market hog mra's
again experienc.nl a detliae yeaierday.
Sugar-cured hmri3, 12J13o; c'eir side
pork, 72c ; rlt-ar rib sides pork, 7Jc;
pork flhonlder?, CJs; taion, clear rib
sides, SlSBc; shoulJais, 7J:.
Cornmtml is 23 1 per barrel lower;
Marth ai d April, 2 202 25. Other
Six'y-sevrtii bih a; p'e, 495 rls bag
ging, 8 pVg btcoi), 2S(l pkga boois
and sboe, 2U0Obu;cjrD,9 pkgHcbe:so,
229 eks coffu'8, 5 cure cotton seeJ, ft20
ski cotton ?, 265 pkgo rlrygoods, 2
pkjratyg', 300 brls flour, f)70bitos hey,
31 pkfis rap, 43 hd eaitle, 4C9 pk.s
lard, 6000 feet lumbc, 2 pkgaliqurrr,
42 brls po woe?, 4 ca s pork sldee, 15b
brls sugar, 47 brls lice.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in
store by regular eltvator, es reported
to the Merchants.' Exchange yester
day: Wheat received, nooe; with
drawn, non; in (-tore, 1015 fcu
Corn received, none; withdrawn, 450
bti ; in store, 8040 bu. Oits rece ved,
3052 b'l ; witndrawn, 3380 bu ; in store,
JOHN Jj. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Term.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AD DSKLLS
Money in go id dnmand at 8 prr
cent. The Clearing House rep:it id
Saturday, Septembjr 25'h, $104 -'
825 17 ; thos far this week, $820,379 35;
same time la-t weok, $1,017,181 14;
same time in 1895, $86.433 98; same
' time in 1884, $493,699 88.
Saturday, September 25ih, $10y
271 01 ; taua far ihis week, J211 832 03 ;
Eamet.me last week, $434.86773; same
time in 1885, $ 60,192 30; came time
in 1834, $91,073 45.
New York eight on all pints, per
buying, premium sailing; New Eng
land demand, J diFCount buying; New
England sign, discount; New Or
leans, J discount bayiog, par selling.
Bank of Cjmmerce..l46 bill, 149 asked
First National 160 bid, 165 esked-
' German Bank 195 bid, 200 BBked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planterr..l50 bid, 153 a ked
Mercantile Bank 135bid,137Jaked
Bluff City ". 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... naked
iHome 75 b'd, 81) asked
Memphis Oy 102 bid, 105 a krd
Peoples 80 bid, 83 mud
Phcenix 98 bid, lasted
Tlanters 107 bir, ... asked
Vandtrbilt..... 25 b .1. 26 asked
Arlington 35 11 , ... asked
'Factors SO aekxd
M. & O. R R. shares. ..36 :i 1, ... asked
M. & T. R. R. shrs...45 bi I, 50 asked
M. & O. consols, 7ti 119 bid, ... a?ked
M. & L. R. 1st m. 83..105 bid, ... avked
Miss. &T.RR.C9.A...111 bid, 1)3 asked
Mias.&T. R.K. cs.B-101 J bid, 103 asked
Tenn. wts. 8:r. D 9:1 bid, 93 asked
' Tenn. wts. s?r. E to J..83 b d, 85 asked
Shelbv Co. 6s 108 bid, 110 arked
Tax. bier. 4, 6s 97 J b!d, 9SJ aeked
Tax. Dist6s 104J bid,106J asked
Mem. G s bonds -104 bid, ... atkad
Mem. Water b nds 97 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Works b d 65 asked
Am. Oct. O.l trust 54 bid, 56 asktd
Pioneer Cotton Mills.. .25 bid, 30 tsked
Mem.Stor.Cotn. Co...l06bid, 110 asked
Mem. (iae stock 75 bid, 80 a ked
Nkw York, S p'ember 25. Monoy
on call ac ive a'. 48 pur cent , clos
ing at 5 psr cent, ajked. Piime mer
cantile paper -iO,0 per cent. Sterling
exebanga quiet out firm at 482 f Jt 60
day bills and 484 J for daniand.
Bonds Uovernment bo ads were
quiet but s'.rorg. Stata bocda were
cull and steady.
Stocks The st ck market disployed
less activity than on any pievious day
this week. Prices as on the lest few
days were comewhat irregular, and at
times fuverish, bat in the afternoon a
general advance cccarred, which
leaves the msjo'ity of the list om
what hiRhor. London was a teller of
Readicg. but bt uht teveral o h:r
stocks, chiefly the low priced securi
ties. Reading was roost active, and
was strong a'mcst the eDtire day.
Western Union was a U ck'ed feature
in the morning, and ar. one time
showed a marked advance, but thadacr
off in the afternoon. The coal stocks,
though active, were comparatively
Steady throughout, and the grangers
were dull and flactuhted wiiliin nar
row limits with the exception of
0mah3, which exhibited considerable
strength in the afternoon. The effect
of the proposed reduction in the rate
of interest on the fiist mortgage bonds
of tbe Atlantic and Pa c tie Company
was shown today by the strength of
the etcx k atd the incomes, both of
Fhich were active and strong. There
was a spurt of 4 per cent, in Pnllman
Palace Car, and tbe San Francisco
stocks continued to advance. At the
opening, pricts were small fractions
lower in the majority of casta; but
there was an active trading, and the
heaviness soon disappeaterf under the
strength ot Western Union, Ritdieg,
and New Erjg and. Litor the murkct
faggd off email fractions, special
weakness being s'jownin Pacific Mail.
In the afternoon, the market became
compaia'ively quit, but prices im
proved slowly until the Jait hour,
when it became steady and o closed.
The total sj'ej were 394,691 shares,
Reading turni'shion 98.S20, E is 32,
720, clote'y fol'owed by Wew Ennland
and Western Union. A maj irity of
tbe active lUt are higher tonight, the
few declines being for small frac
tions only, while New England
is up 1J per cent.; Rad;ng
and Kansas and Texas each , and
o;hers smaller f rattionp. Tne sites f it
the week were 3,333,627 eh arts, against
1,687,6?6 for the previous week. Tbe
list shows mataiial advances over the
c'osing pricea of a week ego, Jersey
Cxntial being np 4jj, Lwkawanna a
like amount, Weetein Union 4 J, and
Rt-ading 4. Rai'road bonds showed a
somDwhit largpr bnineAR tjday, tbe
Bales r. aching $2,239,000, but over half
of this amount was furnished by tbe
A'lantic and PaiiBc iccmes, their
raits being $1,149,000. They were
pp' cilly s roBg, and sold from 25 up
to 271, finBllv eloping J lower, withe
net gain of 2jj. Detroir, Mackinec and
Mf rq'iette land grants showed consid
erable strength and tc'ivity, and are 2
p r cent, higher, at 43. Th9 otln-r is
HU B traded in were firm, cfipecially in
the aftcnoon, at d final pricts gener
ally sbo advancis. Northwestern
co'ip'in gold bonds loss 2 j, to 13jJ,
and Er'e uotnn to 75. Central I iwa
lira-, ccupons off, l?st ?, to 106. T..tl
eaUs for the w.'ek aniuated to $9,473,
000. against $8,241,000 for the previous
Tlie t.ital s lies of s o ks today were
394.611 shares, including Central Pa
cific, 4790; lKaware, Lackawanna
and Wes'ern, 2:i,675; Delaware and
HudaOD, 4308; Erie, 32,720; Minsouii,
Kansas and Texas, 26,405 . LakeShor,
4k63; L-uieville and Xa hvilln, 7860;
Memphi-t and Charleaon, 3100; New
Ja'8-y Central, 13 550; Piiitlc Mail,
JO 870; R. ading, 98,120; St. Paul, 13,
2.50; S . Paul and Omaba, 6950; Texs
and Pacific, 4370; Unioo Pacific, 9670;
Wtstern Union. 30,850; Oregon Tians
coatinea'al, 4409. Clisiog quotations:
U.S. 3s, 10034.
Hi, COUP, 111.
4s, coup, 12S.
Pacific tisoi 1895, 126.
La. stumps, 4s, Wi. Mistonri 6j, VOX.
Cent. Pao. lsrs. 115V4. Den. 4 R.U.lfti, 122V.
Den 4 K 'W.leU, 80. Erie seeood", 11S
M K AT.0--n.Gy, tsiX.Noith.Pao. HW
North.Pao.2dt, 111254. . Western oon., 141J4
N.West dob.5. Hit). Bt L.s.F (ion.M, 154
Bt Paul con., YW4- 6t.P.,C il'.Uts, 120.
V. P. lets, 11554. West Shore, 101.
Tenn.Ci, let'nit, 106. Tenn .bt, sot'uit, 1U0.
Tenn. 'it, tet'mt, 77.
Adams Express, 140. Morris Si E.,offd,H0.
Alleghenr Cen., . Nashville A C, t4.
Alton k T. H., 35., N. J. Central, Cl'4.
A. 4T.I1. pfd0. Nor. k W. pfd, 5.
American Ex., 105. Northern Pao., 28'-,.
B. C. R.4 N.55 Northern P. p d, 61.
CantdaPo.,67'4 C. AN. W.,118.
Canada Pou . 53. C. A N. W. pld, 142.
Central Pacific., 4H4. N. Y. Central, 1H'4.
Chemp-akeAO.. ll'i N V. C. A 6t.L.,9!.
0. AO. It pfd, 17. N.Y,C.ASt.L.,p,21X.
C. A U. 2d Pfd., 1214. Ohio Centra', .
(I. A A , 142. Ohio AMin.,!?8J.
C. A A. pid , lfiO. O. A Miss, pld, W;
C 11. A Q., 131. Ontario A West... 204.
C, 8t h. A N.O., . Oregon Nav., 100.
C, St. I. 4 Y..l:. Oreton Tram., 33.
C. Bt.LA P.pfd, 30. Oregon Imp., 2-1.
C. S. AC. 3i). Pacific Mail, 67i4.
0. A C, C3S4. Panama, M.
Del. A Hud., W. Peoria, i). A E., 3054.
Del., h. A W., i:f4. Pituburg, 152.
D. n. A Rio G , SH. Pullm.n P 0., 1434.
Erie, Rending, 3754-
Erie pfd, 7SH4. Reck Island, 1275v
Eatt Tenn.. -. 8t.L. A 8. r., Xyt.
Katt Tenn. pfd. . St h A S.F. pfd, (WW.
Fort Wayne, 146 tt.L.&S.V. ht p. n.i'4
Hannibal A St. Jo .C. M. A St P.. Ti.
H A St Jo., pfd, -. O. M. A St.P,, p, 12IM.
Harlem, 230. St. P., M 4 fc) ., ll'i
Houston A T., V St PaulA0uiaba,5HV4.
Illionis Central, 136. St Paul A O. rid, 113.
Ind .B. A V.,lUi. Tenn. CoalA Iron. IH!,.
Kansas A T., Texaa Paoifin, 1.
Lake E. A W , 12. Union Pacific, My,,
Lake Shore, tXY,. U. b. Express, 60
Lou. A Nash., 41 W., St.L A P., 20n4.
Lou. A N. A., !T'i. W , St.L. A P. p., 37.
M. A 1st pld, . Vf. A F. Ex., 125.
M. A C. sor-oodt.-. W. II. Tel., 73Ji.
Mem. A Char , 4254. Colorado Ooal, 20.
Mich, Cen., 8654. Home Stake. 18.
Min. A St. L , 21. Iron Silver, 200.
Min. A St. L. pld,4cV4.0ntario. 25.
Missouri Pacific 11)4. Quicksilver. 6V4.
Mobile A Ohio, 15. Quicksilver pfd., 2554.
M. L. S. AW, 62. touth Pacific, -.
London, September 25. Consol?,
1011-16 for money, end 101 J for the
ac ount. Bar s lvtr 44d per ounce
Paris, September 25. Three per
cent rentes, 82i 52Jc for the account
New York, September 25 Clear
ings: Exchange-, $101,423,088; bal
ances, f 1,180,882.
Baltimobb, Mo., Rpteraber J5.
Rank clnmings today: $l,G51,129;
Sr. L-ms, Mo.. September 25".
Fauk cleaiinss, 2,346.659; for the
week. $14,339,509; balances, today,
$502,7.'0; for the week, $2,823,242.
Philadslfhia, Pa., September 25
Buk clearings today, $10,174,851 : bal
ances, $1,308,611; for tbe week Clear
icg, J59,,48,403; ba'ances, $9,111,762.
Chicago, III, September 25. Bank
clearings today were $7,875,000. The
bank clearings for the week wf-ra $50,
263,6 8, against $41,672,747 ths same
week last year.
Boston, Mass., September 25.
Bdai.crfs, $1,281,(61; exchanges, $10,
449,705; for the week Exchanges,
$67,715,801; balances, $8,235,5'6; suae
we-k la-t j ear Exchanges, $til,500,
OCC; balances, 18,912,833.
The local CDttrm market opened
sady, and clostd 6tedyj middling,
9Jc. 8ales, 275 baits, 200 to exporters
and 75 to spinners.
Mxupnis, September Hi, 188fi.
Stock gppt. 1, 1880 -... 4,009
Rvceived tody 969
Received prev:ouely... 4,097 9,075
Shipped today 570
Shipped previously 2,642
Home consumption to
Slock ronning account
Thus far this week
Thus far la t wetk
Since S p'ember 1st
M. and O. R. R
M. & T. R. K.
L. and N. R. R
M.& L. R.R.R
C, 0.&8. W.R.R...;
K. 0 , 8. A M. R. R
M.,S StB. R.R
Wagons and other sources..
Thus far this week 570
Thus far latt week 289
Since Sjptember 1st 3,212
M. A O. R. R lf3
L. 4 N. ft. R 390
M. S. & B. R. R. 27
New York f pits opt ned stead and
closed firm. Middling, 9,u. Sales,
406 bales. Quotations were as fol
lows: Yesterday. Friday.
Ordinary 6j 6i
Good ordinary. 8 &
Low middling 8 15-10 8 15-16
Middling.. 91 93
Good middling 9 9i
Middling fair..l0 7-16 10 7-16
air ..11 MB 11 1-16
New York futures opened fteady and
closed firm. Sales, 96,400 bales. The
closing quotations were as follows:
October 9.17(g) 9.18
November...9.25'fi 9 26
December... 9.30(a) 9.31
January 9.38 9.S9
February 9.47$ 9.48
March 9 60'.i 9.57
April .9.64 9.65
May ...9 73 9.74
June 9.81(a) 9.82
July 9.89 9 90
August 9.96 9.99
9 37 9 38
9.54 9 65
9 62 9.63
9 79(4 9 80
The New Orleans snot murket
opened quiet, and c oied linn. Mid
ling, 9Jc. Naies, 900 baits. tuotatorjs
were os f l ow:
Good Ordinary "J
Low Middling Hi
Good Middling 9
Thft New Orlftlns fnttiro tnnrtnt
opeied steady, ard c oned stetdy.
Salep, 11,800 bake. Quotations were
September. 8.93 till. 8.93'ij 8 96
October 8 93( 8.91 8 9;!()
November.. 8.80 8 87 8 ?0 8.87
December . 8.88 8.90 8.8S(.i) 89
January .... 8.96 8 97 8 97 8 98
Febmary ... 9.06;) 9.07 9 07 9 08
March 9.1 9.17 9 17c4 9 18
April 0,26 9 27 9.27 9.28
Ma 9 36 v 9.37 9.37 9.3S
June 9 47 9.48 9.47 9.48
.uly 9.51 9 55 9.54 9 56
DAILY port and interior markets.
Toue. line. Prices Stock.
Galves'on s eady 6,402 9 45,211
N. Orleans quiet. 2,703 9J 33,90i
Mobile .... quiet. 343 9 3 467
Savannah, urm. 5,637 815-16 45,609
CharlVton Arm. 3,543 81 25,892
Wilm'.on. firm. 939 91 4,391
Norfolk ... steady 851 91 5,128
Biltiwr firm. 7 f-j 2,229
f.ew York firm 9 99,110
Boton quiet, 147 9J
Pbilad'a .. firm 9$ 7,138
St. Louif.. steady 422 9 3 16 7,884
AuguMa. firm. 1,1728
Receipt) at ports,
trim day, 1886
this day, 1885
Receipts a poits,
TU- TT O
n'rts 1 day
R'ts Sept. 1
r or gn r,x
Decrease in receipt! this year ...43,336
INTERIOR MOVEMENT, SEPTEMBER 25,1886.
Receipts this week 65,575
Same week in 1835 75,287
Same week in 1884 62,919
Increase compared with 1885... 7,712
Increase compared with 1884... 2,656
Shipments this week 65,703
Same week in 1885 55,809
Same week in 1884 51,141
Increase compared with 1885... lPti
Increase compared with 1884... 4,562
Stock this week 58,734
Same week in 1885 52,452
Same week in 1884 36,155
Increase compared with 1885... 0 282
Increase compared with 1884... 2,579
1885 " 132,351
WORLD'S VISIBLB SUPPLY. -
The New York Financial Chronicle
of September 25th gives tbe following
figures: Total visible supply, 1,049,297
bales, against 1,154,961 in 1885. These
figures indicate a decrease of cotton in
sight of 95,601 bales, as compared with
tbe same date in 1885, and a decrease
of 391,074 bales as compared with same
date in 1884.
At noon : At Liverpool a good busi
ness was reported in spots. Sales 12,
0C0 bales, of which American 10,200
bales. Receipts, 000 bales, of which
American 4600 bales.
Closing quotations were a? follows:
Ordinary, 4 5.-16d;pood ordinary, 4Jd;
low middling 6 1-lOdj good middling,
6 7-16d; middling nplaads, 5Jij mid
dling Orleans, 5 7-16d. '
Thepricci arc given inprnceand QUht,
thus: 4 63 meant 4 63-64d; and 5 01
meant 5 1 61il
At noon: Liverpool futures were
irregular; September, 519d; Sep'em-ber-October,
5 135 14d : October-No.
vember, 5 085 07d; November-December,
6 OOd;. Dfcstnber-Januaiy,
5 O'iCrf 5 OOd ; January-February. 6 05
5 C6d; February-Mircb.S 07d; March
April, 5 091; April-May, .
Atl p.m.: Liverpool futures were
steady; September, 5 19d, sellers; Sop.
tember Octobtr, 5 13d, buyers: October-November,
5 07d, buyers; November-December,
5 05d. bay ere; December-January,
5 05d, buyers; Jauuary
Febiuary, 5 05d, biyers; February
March, 5 C7d, buyn-; March-April,
5 OOd, buyers; April-May, 5 lid, buy
ers. GENERAL TRADE.
, The follow irg quotations are the of
ficial quotations of the Merchan's' Ex
Cornmeal-Standard, $2 202 25;
pearl, $3 253 35; roller, $2 45.
Hay Choice, from store, 75c; car
load from levee or depot, $12; prime,
from store, 70". ; car load from levee
or depot, $11U 60; prairie, from
store, 50c; tar load from levee or
depot, $7 60.
Corn From ttore,whito,51c ;mixed,
48r?, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk, 46c; in sacks, 49c; mixed, in
bulk, 44 jc; in satks, 47Jc.
Oats From store,white,36c; mixed,
35c: from levee or depot, white, in
bulk, 31 Jc; in sacks, 35c; mixed, in
bulk, 30c ; In sacks, 33c.
Bran From store, 7075c; from
levee or depot, $12.
Flour From store, No. 3, $3 ; fam
ily. $3 60 ; cboi.e, $3 754 ; fancy, $4
4 25 ; extra lancy, $4 304 60 ; patents,
Beans Navy, $2; medium, $1 50
1 75; common, $3 i5l German millet,
$1 201 40.
Rica Louisiaia, 4(JJj; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrele, $2Q3 25
Irom store. '
Crackers Sods, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4J?; lemnn crackers, ex
tra, 7c; lemon cream crackers, treble
extra, 7Jc; ginger snape, extra, 6c;
ginger S'iap8, treble erra, Cc; ass:rted
Ciuckbd Wheat la half-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
IlnMiNY and Grits -From store,
$3 153 ?5.
Kansas City, Mo., September 25
Wheat dull end weak; No. 2 led,
cash and October, 61 bid ; Novem
ber, 63c; May, 7oc asked. Cora
lower: No. 2, cash, 30J:!0Jri; O.:to
ber, 30Jo bid: November, 31c bid.
Oats nominal; 24c bid, c.sh.
Et. Louis, Mo., September 25. Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat fairly
active, but weak and lower; the mar
ket opened esy and declined $jc.
recovered J J a, but closed weak and
Jo under yeaterdiy: No. 2 rfd,
cash, 7474Jc; October, 7474e,
cl06edat 74o; November, 70J76jo,
closing at 76jc; May, S787gc, closing
at 87J87Jc aeke. Corn weak and
lowtr, closing at !js under yester
day; No. 2 mixed, cash, 34Ac: October,
34jj(j!3rSc, closing at 'Mi; Xovemhfr,
35t36Jc, closing at 35Sc; Mav, 405
41c, clotii'g at 40j O.tsdu.l sun Jc
lower; No. 2 mixed, caeb, 26c bid;
Oc'ober, 25$20c; November. 2(iji!;
May, 31 Jc. Kye s'eady, 4s!c. Barley
dull an l nncbanged. I lav tirm : prairie,
$810; tirro by, $10 -r;014. ' Flax
seed lower, $103. r.r.m firm, 51c.
Gnrnmiwl lirm, $2. l!o iig Flour,
25,000 brh; wheS 19,000 bu ; corn,
18.000 bn ; oats, 2C00 bu; rye, 1000 bu;
barley, 17,000 bn. Sltii iucnta Flour,
7000 brls ; wheat, 1000 bu : corn, 81,000
bu; ORt, 2000 bu; rye, lCOObu; bfr
Cincio-), III.. September 25. Tbe
peaaecabKs hau adeptissinginHuenoo
on the early markets. Trie line weather
toguthfr with larger arrivals and the
prospect of another lare increase in
visible supply caused a very weak
feeling in wheat and prices ranged
steadily downward, finishing for the
day JSJc lower than yesterday. The
doting llgureB were lowest all round
current iu many months. No. 2 soring,
72jc; No. 3 r-pring. OOiv. No. 2 red,
73jc; No. 3 red, 70J Ttieie wai aa
active trade iu corn. The feeling wai
weak and heavy, ktluoiieed by hbeiki
speculative ctl'-tringp. A great deal of
long corn was forced out by the da
cliue and tbese oflerings heiped to de
press the market. Piices declined J)
and c'osed within c of ins'de prices.
No. 2, 3Jc; No. 2 yellow, 36j30Jc;
No. 3, 85 je. Oa's ruled dull and a
shade easier. No. 2 sold at 25125Jo.
No. 2 barley, 55c; No. 3 barley. 4
65c. No. 2 rye, 48c. No. 1 flaxseed,
$1 07 J. The following shwos the opening
range, and closing piices of the ees
lion: Wlie it Septemr opened at
721c, ranged 72J73Jc, closing at
72 je ; . October opened at 723c, tanged
73173Jc, closing at 73 ; Novemner
opened at 7Ejc. ranged 75i7r.jc,
ciosisg Bt75jc; December cpsocd at
77Je, ranged 7777J, closing at
77 Jc: May opened at 84c, 'ranged
83, 84c, closing at 8 Jc;
Corn September opened at 87c,
range d36137c, cloBirjg at 368'! ; Octo
ber opened at 37)0, ranged 36ij37io,
closing at 37c; Noveenb r opened at
39jc, ranged S8Ja39Jc, closing at
38 jc; December opened at 39 Jc, langed
3939j)?, closing at 39 Jc ; May opened
at 43)i:, tanged 4343jc, closing at
43 Jts. Oats September opened af,
25c, ranged 252nJ, clcsing at 25Jr;
Octobsr opene l et 25 A?, ranged 25J
25 .closing at 25Jc : November opened
at 26 J c, taDged 26?2 ' closing at
26n; May opened at 31 , ranged 31 1
(J;3ljc, clcsing at 31Ac. Receipts
Flour, 12,000 oris; wneat, 51,000 bu;
corn, 147,000 bu: oats, 135,000 bu;
rve, 2000 bn; barley, 45,000 bu.
Shipments Flciur, 16,0()0 brls; wheat,
67,000 bu; corn, 437,000 bu: oats,
259,000 bu; rye, 3000 tu; barley,
Butter Butterine,12J13c; cream
ery, 2226o; dairy, 1618c; country
Hoo Products Mess pork, $1125;
sugar cured hams, 12Jl3c; break
fast bacou, 8J10c; clear rib
sides bacon, 88Jc; bacon shoulders,
7ijc;bulk pork clear Bides, Tijc; clear
ri08ide3,7Ji;;Bhouldera,6;c; long clear,
Lard Tierces, 77Jc; half-barTels
and kegs, 88c; choice kettlo, 8J
Fresh Meats No. 1 beef, 7c ; mut
ton, 7c ; hind quarters of beef, 8Jc ;
lambs, $2 503 50. .
Poultby Chickens, $23,
Cheese Prime flats, 8Jc, nominal;
factory, 7J8c, nominal; full cream,
Pigs Feet. Barrels, $10; half-barrels,
$5 ; ke g, $1 75.
St. Louis, Mo., Septembor 25 Pro
visions dull, weak and unsettled.
Pork lower, $10 12J10 25. Lard bare
ly steady, $6 25. Balk meats eay;
loose lots lon clear and short ribs,
$7; sboit e'ear, $7 25: boxed lote
long clear and short ribs, $7 15; Bhoit
clear, $7 35. Bacon about steady;
long clear, $7 75; ihcrt ribs, $7 75;
short clear, $8. Hams easy, 1213c.
Butter steady; erreamery, 2124c;
diary, 1020o. Egsfirm, 13Jc.
Chicago, III., September 25. Pro
Visions were quiet and weak. Offer
ings for speculative account were not
very large, while the demand from all
sources was limited. Prices declined
on all the leading di s 'riptinns and tbe
market closed tame Receipts of boss
were well maintained, and attributed
to the prevalence of cholera in some
seciions. Mess pork sold off 202.' Jc,
but rallied 21rjo and elosed steady.
Lard was stronger for September,
but tbe otler deliveries were 510j
lower. Short lib sicbs, Iocs?, sild at
$7. Bjxed meati wore unchanged.
ranged 19 45(0)9 67 J, clo:ed at $9 bi;
October opened at jo 67 j, rng)d
$9 459 67J, closad bt J0 60; Novem
ber opened at U9 70, ranged $9 47JM
9 70, closed at $9 5; Junuary opened
at $10 47, langed $10 3510 47J,
closed at $10 42J. La'd Sppt-mer
ooened at $7 25, ranged $7 2';7 30,
cloeed at $7 30; Ojtober opened at
$6 30, ranged $i) 15 30, clo'ed st
16 .17; November opeoed at 10,
ranued (6 (i7J6 10, clo'ed at J6 10;
Jannnrv onened at $6 17, ringed
$0 156 17, closed at16 17. On tbe
Produce Exrhnnge but or cK s-d firm ;
creamery, 14'.'5(v. da'ry. 16l7c;
pwking stock, 78c. Hjtga easier,
Cokfeb Onmmon, 0310jc: ordi
nary, 10llc; prime Ko, 12l2n;
choice to fancy, 1313Js: old govern
ment, 2425c; Ceylon, 1822c.
Soap uhapmau'a Hope sosp, un
wrapped, 4J4Jc per prund.
Salt $1 20 per barrel; sacks, floe,
f 1 351 45 ; toarte, $1 10t 15 ; pock
ets, bleached, 2J7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheaper.
Candiis -Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 89c.
Candi.es Fall weight, 9i10c.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per
dorep: Pineapples, fi 40(ai 50;
peaches, 2-lb, standard, $l 35 1 55; sec
onds, $1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb
standard, $1 251 35; 31b, $1 15l 30;
strawberries, $1 3-"(.. 1 40; raspberries,
$1 16125; blackberrirts, $l00(.il 15;
greengages, $1 00 I 75; pears $2
2 25: plum, $1 6U( 1 70; separagus,
$2 G01; sreeu corn, $ 11 35; green
pea?, $1 5ol 65; cove oysters, full
weight, 1-lb, $11 10; cove oysters,
full weight, 2-lb, $1 7."5ftl 85; cova
oyttors, light weight, 1-ib, (tie; cove
oyeters, light weight, 2-lb, $1; con
densed milk Crown. $5 605 75;
Eae'e, 17 507 75; Daisy, $4 75.
Molasjas Louifana, common to
fair, 1825c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c; common ti fair, 20
25c; prime to choice, 3035c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3233
Tobacco Common, 11-lncb, 7
28c; other grades and stvles, 3385c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per e-sse;
Ralnh's. $10 25 ner cnw. R. R .So Kfl
10 25; Gall A Ax's, $8 75.
fci'euR t'nre white, 6jCJri; eft
white, 6S4lJc; yellow clarified. 6
6jrt; open kettle, 66Jc; refined A,
6i6le; eranulatd, (7c; pow
dered, 7J7o; cut loaf, 78c.
New York, September 25 Coffee
Spot far Rio firm: options bos
active, closing iteKly; sales, 16,500
baa's: November, 9 55c; December,
9.609.00c ; January, 9.60GW).65c ; Feb
mary and March, 9.50(o,9 55c ; April,
9.609.60c. Sugnr-rtli'ied dull; ex
tra C, 5C 5J ; white, extra C, 51c: off A,
5J5 7-16.-; s anda'd A; 5 9-165.
Molasses steady and quiet, liicohrm.
HOI'HEllltl.U M ffl.lt N.
AtTLKS Ai'p'ea, $1 602 fO: dried
apples, l'J33 per pound dom store.
Urleil peuehe, 2Jy .!; fr.im store.
EdKTAnLEs tmions, : from
b'oto. Calib 'go, $250; per beul, 9 10c;
$1 75 from levee or depot p-r crat.
Jvr.mt, nrm, u; unit Prf, !?!(';! I'o.
Garlic, 4060j per 10;). Turnips, 50j
per bu'il el.
ritiTiT l)ra:irs, i.oiiK-iana. nomi
nal, $6. LemdiH, $7(-i',7 f0 per box.
Banarme, SI 502 50 per bineh.
C.-coanuti, 5 pr 100. IVanu'B Vir
ginia, 7c; Teunessje, farmer's ttock,
H4c; roasted, 2c liigbur; shelled
nil-. AinriPds, 1820.-.
Rai ins London lavers. $3 40: lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
$3 50 4.
Ph ki.fr In jars, pin's, 95c; quarts,
$1 50; haif-gail.ms,$275; gallons,$3 75;
looie, barrels. $6 503)7; half-barralp,
$3 75(? 4 ; m i xed, banels. $10 50 ; mixed
Potatois-Npw, $1 25(2)1 50; North
ern ftrck, $1 752.
Cidkr New Ycrk, $6 507 per bar
rel, and $3 754 per half-barrel; vine
gr, 10c per gallon.
Pecans Texas, 8IOo fjr small to
medium, 1014c for large; Aikaa&as,
Fieri Mcckerel, half-barrols, No. 1,
$55 50; No. 2, $44 25; No. 3, $3 50
4; 10-lb kit. No. 1, 80c ; No. 2, 75c;
151b, No. 3, 65r;. Dry berriogs, fam
ily, 25c per box.
Walnut French, 12c; Naples,15c;
Grenobles, 15c. Fdberts, 12c.
Game Game fidi, ll12c.
Eugs-DuH at 14o.
torroji HKiin PKonrcrs.
la car load lots: Prime crude
cotton seed oil, new, 2830c; off
crude cotton Beed oil, old, 24
20c; prime summer yellow cot
ton seed oil, 3'J37c; off summer
yellow citton teed oil, 3132c; min
ers' summer yellow cotton seed oil,
3335c; prime tummer white cotton
Beed oil, 35c; chrice cooking yellow
cotton seed oil, 3740c: piime cotton
seed meal, $14 60015; off co'.ton seed
BAGOINO AND TIKI, KTO.
Baoqino Jute. 2 lbs, 81c 1J lbs,
73c; 1 Its, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 0J3.
Ties-$1 10(3)1 15.
Naii,' Common, $2 202 25; steel,
$2 352 40.
Clear tub washed, 8136o; grease
wool, 2326c; burry wool, 1818o.
St. Louis, Mo., September 25. Wool
an'ive and firm; medium clothing.
2226c: combing, 2425c; low and
carte, 1522c; fine Jiuht, 2025c;
heavy, 1621c; black, 1723o.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c pr gallon.
Cleveland, O., September 25. Pe
troleum steady; S. W. 110, 7Jc.
Pittsiii!ro Pa . September 25.- Pe
t -oleum qai-t but steady; National
Transit certifi 'atea opened at 64Jc;
clcsid at 045c; highest, 64Jc; lowest,
WHISHT, WINK, I.IltOKH, KTC.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1605; redistilled goods from
85c to $160, according to proof; rye,
Chicaoo, III., eeptembor 25. Whis
ky, $1 17.
Sr. Liuis, Mo., September 25.
Whisky firm, $1 12.
Cincinnati, O., September 25.
Whisky firm; sales of 810 barrels of
finished goods on a basis of $1 12.
Choice to extra corn fed cattle, none
received; good, none received.
Grass Cattl Choice, 33c;
(rood, 233Jc; fair to medium, 21. a)
2o: scallawags, llc
Hons -Chotce,4r4o ; good,34c ;
Hiikbp Choice, 3J3e: medium, 2J
3c; common, $l(nl 50. Choice
lambs, per pound, 44c.
Kansas City, Mo., September 24.
The Live Sock Indicator reports: Cattle
receipts, 1898 bend; shipments,
1794; the general tone of the market
was s'o wand weak; choice corn fed
shipping iteers were about steady:
guns Texas and range were slow and
a shade lower; cows-and butnhers'
ntuir, 6lCc lower; stackers a ad feed
ers iu gold demand at firm prices
Hogs receipts, 3423; shipments, 1778;
the market opened strong and a Bha le
higher on choice, and about steady on
common and mixed, ctosiog weak
and a shade lower; good t) choice,
$t tWOH 70; common to medium,
$4 354 65; skips and p'g, $3 75
4. Sheep rerelpts, 92; shipment'",
120; market quiet and unchanged.
Chicago, Iil., September 25. The
Drovert' Journal repoiti: Cottle re
rei(.ts, 4010 head; ehiprxer.tfl, 500
head; receipts for the week, 63,000
head; market dull; shipping steorB
930 to 1500 It B, $3 405; s ockers and
feoder?, $20i',i40; cows, hulls and
mixed, $1 20(43-10; bul, $2 302 00:
through Texas ra t'e 10c loetr and
dull; cows, "$l 753 40; steers, $2 70
15; Western rangtridult and 10c
lower; natives and ha f breede, $310
3 00; rows, $2 4')(2 75; wintered
Texaus, $J 903 40; Colorado and
Oregon, $3 30; Colorado Texanp, $1;
Wyoming; Texans, $3 15. Ilegi
re.eipte, 13,f00 head; shipment'), 4000
head; maiket quiet and 5: lower;
rough and mixed, $3 654 50; pack
ing and shipping, (4 504 85; light,
$3 604 65; akifs, $2 403 60. Sheep
receipts, 400 head; shipments, 300
bead; market steady; natives, $2
3 75; Texans, $23; lamhs, $3 60
RIVERS Mb STEAMBOATS
St. Louis Cittof YirxsRcao, lOa.rn
Friara Point.... Jamrs Lki, S p.m.
Arkanaaa City Kat Adavs, S p.m.
Oioeola..................CoAHO, 5 p.m.
Arkanfai Rlrer....Jui Pktkbs, S p.m.
St. Franeii Riier. ...Kii Fohtkii, 5 p.m.
ConoorJia ()ato, 5 p.m.
Vickibora D. K. l'owm.L, 10 a.m.,
St. Loula ISai.i.i MmpHia, 10 a.m.
While RWer Cbicasaw, S p.m.
IIOVENKNTN AT TIIK LEVEE.
rricak. A'berta No. 3, White
river; Arkant aa City, St Louis.
Departurtt Alherta No. 3, While
river; Arkansas inty, vivksbarg.
Hoatt in Port Kd Foster.
Jioatt Due Down, Coahoma and
itocira Due Ci). James Lee, Kte
Adams, City ot Vivksburg and Joe
Arkansas City-2.S0O pkgs sundries.
Alberta No. 332 bales cotton and
lot of sundries.
FUH'MK not KMtNTS.
The (iavoeo, Capt. A. L. Cummins,
go;s out Tuesday evening for Cjucor
dirt. The Chickasaw, Capt E. C. Pesta',
is the Wednesday packet for Whits
The EI Foster, Cap. O. K. Jnplin,
in the pm'Vi't Tuesday tvtniug for St.
TiibD. R. Powoll, Cnpt. Get). W.
Yickeis, will pass down Tuesday
morning for Vicksbnrg.
Tub Anchor L'no etfamer Hollo
Memphis, Cap'. George llaker, will
paee up Tuueduy niorniug for CaIio
and Si. Louie.
The City ol Viiktburg, Capt. Dan
Ab'e, is tho Anchor Line packet this
moiuing at 10 o'clock for Cairo and
Sr. Louis. Gsorg) Walton is her clcik.
The Coalinma, Capt. Henry Cooper,
is the packet Monday evening ai 6
o'clrck for Os:'e )la aod the opner
bendj. Wm. Siuitber is in her office.
Tuc James L?e, Capt. Thos. Cleg,
pott, is the pvket Monday evening at
6 o'clock fur Ile'ena, Knars Point and
all way landings. Will AshforJ is iu
Tur Joe Pet rs, Capt. E. II. Smith,
is the packet Tuesday evonii g at 5
o'ekek for all point) on Araaums
river, eoing th'ougd to Pine ltluff.
Chas. Mustelman has charge of her
office, assisted by Kutus ? oetur.
Trr Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Chei k, is the United States mall
pack ft Monday evening at 6 o'clock
fi r Helens, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W. C. Dlanker hm clmrge
o( her olllce, aesitted by Lew Price and
Weather cloudy and warm,
Receipts by river yesterday, 32 ba'ea
The river here atandB 5 feet and 0
tenths on the gauge, a fall of 1 tenth
in tbe last 24 noma.
Pilots of the Arkansas Citv tepirt
6 feet 6 inches of water at Pnilllpa
and 7 feet with the stick at I island 40.
Tbe Arkansas City pawed down last
eveninn for Vicksburg. Shediecharged
here 2800 packages of fie'gat and
aaued w tons.
The Alberta No. 3 arrived from
White river Friday night with 32 bales
of cotton and a lot of sundries, and re
turned lest evening with a good show
ing of freight.
That there will be considerable levee
work done this season there ran be nb
doubt. The River Oomrrisaieta at its
recent session In New York appro
priated $100 000 for levees, and it is
said $2 0,C00 will be piloted to Louisi
ana, loss $10,003 specially provided
WEATHER AND RIVBKM.
Office Sionai Service, U. 8. A.,
Mempiiu, September 25, 1 p.m. J
The following observations are taken
at a 1 s'ntions named at 75 meridian
t'nia, which is one hour fa ter than
R Be Fall
Feet. lOtbs lOtbe lOthi
Cairo 8 3
Chattanooga.... 2 2 1
Cincinnati 6 2 4
Davenport 2 7 4
Dahuque 4 8 3
Furt Smith 3 8 2
Keokuk 2 1 ,
Helena 6 3 2
LaCropse 0 2
L'avenwortb... 5 6
Littlo Rock 3 9 6
Louisville 4 3 2
Memphis 5 1
New Orleans 3 3 6
Omaha 7 1
St. Louis 6 4 1
St. Paul 2 5 2
Vicksburg 4 7 -
Danifr 1,1 oe-Foot and tentha of a fot
ab vs aero of inline !
Cairo. 40 feet. Chattanon, S3 feit.
Cincinnati, Ml. Davenport,
Hubii'iue, ID. Fort binitb, '1.
Keokuk, 14. Helena,.
I.acriiiire, 'M, Leavenworth, 20.
Little Hook, 21. Louinvilte.
Momphii, 1(4. htm Orleane, 13.8.
Nmh.ville.4U. Fittabura, 21.
Omaha, IS. H. Paul, 7.
Ht. Louif. .12. Vicki.turr.41.
ribreveport, 2H. raukton, U.
EvANSViLLE.Rontember 25. Noon
Rlvei 2 feet 7 inches rcsnt on the
gaugs and stationary.
Pittsbubh, September 25. Noon
River 6 feet nn the gauge and station
ary. Weather clear and hot.
Cincinnati, September 25. Noon
R ver 6 feet 2 inches on the gauge and
rising. Weather clear; thermometer
Wheeling, W. Va., September 25.
Noon River 3 feet 5 inchei on the
gange and stationary. Weather clear
Louisville, September 5. Noon
River 4 feet 3 inches in the canal and
2 eo. 1 inch on the falls and falling.
Business dull. Weather cloudy and
Cairo. September 25. Noon Rlvei
0 luet 3 inches ou the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy and warm. Ar
rived: City of Cairo, Vicksburg, 10
a.m. Ditpartd : City of Cairo, St.Louis,
Koch's Pat. Store
Nil F.I.VIXU In adjustable to miet any Deed
orbuiineii. ltia ohaaperthan old style. Can
be put ap by any one. tarejualiNl for
l'aatry and Book abclvee. Addreai .
KOCH A. IU VO-, Hflrav,
41 H&IN ".. PEORIA, ILL., or,
laaanaae Uardwaj-a tv.,8t. LoiU.Mo.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
HI. I.oala and firm 4lrlHna Anrhnt
l.lne-IT.H. Mall CAIRO A SI. LOL'DJ.
City of Vicksburg, st
tar Able muter. JJ&2
Will leave the Klevator fcl'.NDAl, fcept.
2Wth, at t a.m. For froiaht or niwsaire apply
C. U. Hall. Pm. Art. AP STOKM. Hnp'l.
Nl. I.onln auil Nrw rl-nn Anrhor
I Ine-U. S. Mll-CAltt04 BT. LOUIS.
Belle Memphis, T5
Oeo. Baker mater.iiS3
Will le.Te the Elevator TUEbDAY, Sept.
'Mn, at in a.m. For rreiiht or paBa apply
e. L. Ham Pa. A'r. AO STuHM. At.
For Helena, Terrene. Arkaniaa City, Oreen-
1. It. lowll
vuie ana vicatburir oteamer
Will leave the kl.v.i,.. Till.', Ta V .
Mth.at 10 a.m. For freight or Parnate apply
C. L. Ham,. Pam. Act. AD STORM. Snp't.
Mnrhl,t rlnr PelM aad Heiiuplita
ana Uamiola Paawit (lempaay,
For Helena, Slendale, Friar) Polrrt and ai
TamcM l.ee, r..a-d
,., K. T. CLAGllETT ...MnMer.
Will leave an above on EVERY MONDAY.
WEUNESUAY and FRIDAY at S o'clock.
For Randolph, Folton, Gioeola and Way
J. II. COOPER ...Master.
Leavea Every MONDAY, WEDNKHDAT
and FRIDAY at b p.m. The boats ot thl
line renerve the right to paaa all lamlinira
the naptain may ileum unsafe. OtTioe, ro, il
Nmli.nn M. .1AMKS I.EK, Ja., Snp't.
Arkanas Itivcr Pk't Co.
JOE PETERS, jISs,
E. B. Wmlth manter,
Leavot iUmihll Every TIIKSDAY, at o p.m
a. c. Lowe, Aent,
Offiiw. N'n. H Vadlion t. Telephone No. RJ.
Memphis and Vii ksimi g l'arkctt'ou
p.tuy I'. S. Mull Line.
For Helena, 'tanenrdia, Terrene and Arkan
iaa OUv The olecant patnenaer ateamor
M. K. Cheek...inaner I W. C. Blanker... ulerk
MONDAY AND liltl KhuAt AT 5 P.M.
For ConoDrtlia and all w ty landinal.
A. L. Cummina, Maat'r I Lew Price 0 erk
Leaves Tli E-DAY and S A 1 UHDa Y at 5 p.u
For aenvral i'llnruatiuu apply at
No. 4 dtaanou etreet,
JOHN OAWH. P..'r Aet, TeleeheTie .Hi.
Thei St.l'rniKis lilver I rannnortalloi
Co.'l Flo Hlde-W heel V. 8. Mall rJUamtl
0- R. Joplln mafter,
WllX L1AVK Mrltll'Mls KVr.Rl
at 6 o'clock, for Marlanna, the Cut-US, ea
tnUnuedlate landlna-i on Ht. Franoli met.
The eaptala reaerven tie right to pan aJ
landlnira ho dee ml annate. JA9. .EiC, Jr.,
Snilwtea.n naif., Vo. 4 Mniijnn t
McnipiilSit White It Ivor Pkt.Co
For Clarru.lon, nevalla HI a ft,,
Aro, Aanuita. tiearoy. Newport, Jaokioa
port, Uate.vllle and all Way Landinai,
NI K. UAajeW, ,n-
K. O. Poital mater,JivOiJC3W
Will leave EVEUY WEDNESDAY at & p.m.
NTH. al.REKTA NO H, -fT -
Albert B. Smith -'"Fi iTtT
Will leave KVaHY HA1 U RDAY at 5 p.m.
Through ratei given to all points. Freight
eomigned to the Meinphii and Whit River
Packet Co., at Memphis or Terrene, will b
forwarded proiniitly. For general Inlorma
tion apply at office, No. 8 Madiion it., ort
Call Velei.hone W. H. O. l.OWW. Ae't.
Removed to 308 Front St.,
Btwa Monro and M-vdlion, Nearly
TO TIIK PUBLIC.
WE, the underatgned, having bought tt
entire builneii of manufacturing
Furniture, Mattrenei, Awningi, Tonts, etc,
Irom Henry Iluttenberg, would reipectfully
aak aabareol your palronage, knowing full
well that, Irom long experience, we ean ana
will give entire patiifaction to all work en
trusted to ua. We will be ready at all timet
to furnlih Awninge, Tenia, l'aalini and all
kinda of oanvai work t make all kindi of drit
olam Mattremeii repair. varniih and make
all klndi of Furniture; reupholiter Parlor
Bulti, and deliver goodi free of cha-ge. Car
peta renovated in the true l'ernlan tvl. All
work done promptly and at living prlcei.
K. Iluili-ab-rn A i o,,a.tl a.eoed, '
Waniy perfect aubatitut tar Mother"!
wltk. Invaluable In Cholera Inlnntura
and Teethlngi. A pra-dlMUMj food for Dre
pepvloe. OoneiimDtlvee. Oonvaleecenta
PerriMit ootrl.nl In all Waetlna Dlaeasee.
KeoalrH no oooklnir. Our Bcx.fr. Thm Care
and Feeding of Infanta, mailed fro.
1KJLIBE H. aJoillU a CO., Hoe to II. Ma .
Insolrent Eatafa Admlulstrator'a
Office Publlo Administrator, Shelby County
Courthoure, Meinphii. Tenn., September
TUK undoralgned hnr'ngbeen appointed
and qualitled administrator of the eitata
of W. T. I'ryor, deceued. notice li hereby
given to all penom indented to laid eitata
to come forward and nettle t and tc thoie
to whom laid estate li Indebted to fl e their
claimi with the Clerk and Matter ol the
Chancery Court, duly probated, within the
time prescribed by law, or the eaine will be
ofrever barred. JOHN LOAlH'E,
No. fiiT'.i, R. D.-Ia the Chancery Court of
bhelhy County, Tenn. Jamoi Reilly,
Jiiardinii. etc., va. Vary McCarthy,
t a:penring from bill iworn to in thiicauie
thiit the defondunt, Marv McCarthy, ii a
resilient of Franklin county, .State ol Ohio,
and a non-reaident of the state ef Tennes
It li therefore ordered, That the make
her appearance herein, at the courthouie
ot fholliy county, in Memphia, Tenn., on or
before the flrit Monday in October, liUW. and
plead, answer or demur to complain
ant'! bill, or the lame will be taken for
oonfeued ai to her and let for hearing eg
parte; and that a ropy of this order be pub
lished r.nce a wren, for four n.oesiive
weoki. in the Motnphil Appeal. Tail 4th
day of September, 1 HHrt. A copy attont:
B. 1. mkikiw alili, lleraaau Aiaaier.
Br II. F. Walsh, Deputy 0. and M.
Uyrno k I'ate Wo's. for comol'nt. nn
A moncr tlin Northern Lake:.
of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, are hon.
dredl of delightlul places where one can pail
the summer month! in quiet rest aad enjoy
nient, and return home at the end of the
v..i.J i.,m Mninnltjlv vetuvanated. K&ck
recurring leaion brings to Oconomowoo,
Waukosha, Beaver Data, Frontenay, Oko
boji, Minnetonka, White Bear, and Innu
merable other charming localities with ro
mantio names, thousand! of our beat people
whose win'er hornet are on either aide ol Ma
ion and Diion'i line. Klegance and com
fort, at a moderate cost, oan be readily ob
tained. A list of summer homes, with all
necessary in forma ion pertaining thereto, It
being distributed by the CaiOAOO,,MiLWo
ua and St. Paul Railway, and will neien
free upon applioatliB by letter to A. V.
Carpenter, General Faueiger Agent, HI