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FIMCE MD COMERCE.
K05ET 8 FEB CEXT., STrl YORK
Cotton TerjFinn-MMdliDj 81 51Gc
Sales Xesterdaj, CS50
Money !b in active demand t 8
er Mnt. Financei are tu tr. Local
leoaritiet are Crm. Tho cottnn market is
' very firm; middling, I 15-109. Bale, 6850
- bales. At New York ipoti wire firm; mid
dling, 9 7-loc. Future! firm, and 14 to 15
points higher; December, 9.423M4o.
Aleadirg New York ootton oiroular lays
i the ipeculativo market! "Demand
peered Tory aotive a'ong the entire lice of
contrasts, derelopiig a largely oversold
market, and the anxiety ef the ibortito
eever their dealt gave a whirl to prtcei that
Moulted in Li a 16 points advanoe, closing
with a firm tone at about the highest prioet
I the day " .
At New Orleaai tpott were firm; mid
dling, 9. Futures iteady and 1G to IV point!
higher; December. 1. 1018. Ho.
At Liverpool ipoU were iteady ajid in fair
demand; middling, b'ii. Futures firm;
' December-January, S ll-Ui, Lnyori.
The general market preaenti a firm
Twenty brls i pie, 300 oka bran, 335 pkga
butler, IB pkg' bacon, 2T pkgs boat aud
. thoes,l''00bu corn. Ill) pkgt clieee, 13 cure
eotton seed, 21)63 sks enttoo seed, 4 pkgs dry
goods, 27 i-kss tuna, 1475 brla Hour, 275 halea
hey, 41 hri hogs. 22 hd cattle, 21,000 ft lum
ber, 22 pkas liquors, 90 br i meal, II brla
O'Hiep, 00 brls onions, 2 cart pork sides,
' brls pork, 259 brla eugar,S49 pkgstobaooo,
The following (hows the amount of grain
rioeived, withdrawn and in stote by regular
elevators, at reported to the Merchants Ex
change yesttrday: Wheat in ttore. I57 bu.
Grn withdrawn. 198 bu; in store, 5004 bu.
' Oat! recoiled. 7 0 bu; withdrawn, 3314 bu;
ia store, 215,910 bu.
W Dally Quotation of Cotton
Oil Traata and Mew Tork Xx
cHango Ntorhs are) open to those
lutertd, at luy office.
STOCKS AND BONDS
21 Xailison St., 31emphls, Tcnn.
Money in p-etty ectivs demand at 8
. aeroeat. The Clearing House report is aa
Wednesday, Pec 22, ' t 4'2,9ft5 4g
Thus far this wo.: kT- 1,243,153 89
tame time lent week 1 ,Sil,8!6 97
Corresponding time in '85 l.53.507 81
Corresponding time in '64 855,040 25
Wednesday, Doc. 22, '86 (130,221 01
' Thus tar this week ii,f 80 77
Dame time last week ........... 3 '1,755 60
Corresponding time in '85 186,108 48
Corresponding time in '84 204,015 31
New Yrk sight on all points, discount
1 nyini. par silling; New England demand.
Ja" disc unthuving; New England sight,
discount; New Orleans, discount busing,
Bank of Commerce 155 bid, aked
Firs' National 160 bid, 105 asked
German Han lflibid, 2.0 asked
State National 147 bid, 100 asked
Union and Planters 156 bid, . asked
Mercantile Bink ...135 bid, ... asked
Bluff Cit?.... llt'i bid, ... asked
Hernando . . 101 bid, ... asked
Home 77 kid, SO asked
Memphit City ..107 bid, ...asked
Peoples 85 hid, 87','taskod
Phoenix 100 bid, ... atked
Planttra .... 1)0 bid, ... aekod
Vanderbilt 25 fcitt, 30 asked
Arlington ....... 35 bid, ... aaked
Factors 30 bid, ... asked
Citizens 12 bid, a iked
Sholby County warrants 96 bid, 08 asked
M. A C. 11. H. shares 45 bid, ... asked
M. A T. R. R. eharej 45 bio1, 60 asked
M. & O cornels, 7s 121 bid, ... nskid
M. A L. R. lit m. 8s lu" bid, ... asked
Mien. Jr. I . R. R. cs. HS bid, ... asked
Miss, k T. B. R. rs. 11 It 2 bid, 1"5 asked
Tenn. t. scr, D Do bid, VHK asked
T?nn, wts scr. K to J 85 hid, W aekod
Miolby County 6 104 bid. 110 ai.ked
Taxing District 4, tij ..U'l hi I, H2V. afl ed
Taxinit District lis ll'tibid, K7 a ked
Memphis iJss bonds iltbid, ... a?ked
llemph'S Water bonds 1(0 bill. ... afkud
.Am. Cot. Oil tru tt t5 hid, 68 askod
Pioneer Cotton Mills S.7' hid, 32 asked
Moinphis Com Co. .131 hid, 132' asked
Mem phi" G is (tuck 77 bid, 80 nskod
MasonicT'itnpIo bonds. 6s 101 hid
Ct.t. Kx. B'fdj, ! 104 bid, 100 asked
Ala. & Tonn. I. At C- KKI bid, 105 asked
Tenn. Valley I. & R. K 45 bid, 10 asked
NEW YORK, December 22.-toney on
eall euy at 2(9i p r cent., clnsicg at 3 per
cent, asked. Prime mercantile paper 4 i".
Sterling exebnnge dull bnt steady fit 479
for sixty day bills and 483 furderannd.
Bends Government bonds were dull and
firm, fctite bonds were toglrcted.
Stocks Thot took market showed a marked
decrease in the amount ol businoss done
from thatcf the past lew daye, the influence
of the coming holidays being felt, and the
operations wore mostly cot fined to the pro
frgitionA! tradera. The London uiarkotoame
higher this ii.orning, and the market was
h'gber in sympathy at the opening; pur
chafes by toroign houses kept it firm tor a
short time. Aided by some demand, induced
by covering of shn-t contracts, the Puying
was soon over and the market aga n present
ed a dull and listings appoaranco. Louis
ville and Nashville waa the feature of
the day and presented a rduiarknbly
strong; front even when tho remainder of
the list wire sagging ofT. The stock was
manipulate I by a foreign cl:que, aided by
talks ot a crip dividend. Reuding was act
ive, buttbe tradinx was much tuller than
for many days roat. VYo'tarn U nton was ad
versely Hlfdoted by the introduction in Con
gress of the bill to aaiiiit other companies to
equal privileges with it ul.ng tho Central
and Luinn Paoifio railroads. The coal
stocks, with tlie excojyt ion of Lackawanna.
wo' very iiuio , ana 1. Paul wns tho only
one of ttio Grungors showing any activity.
A half dozen stocks nearly mom poliz?d the
buslne's ot the d.iy, tbo remalndor being
dull and listless. Tne opening was strung,
first prices showing advances of Hum
to over the closing figures of
yesterdiy, thrtich Kansas find Texas
wns o It '4 and Reading and .Icrscy
Central each There wan a moderate busi
ness only, with prices irro;.ulnr but gen
erally firm. Louisvillo and Naniiiile wus
he only t uidodly strong stock, while New
England waj confpiouous for its wide tluc
tuitions. 'Pie market Oooame dull toward
noon, whrn tbo advance aas checked aud a
decline, whioh last' d until 2 o'clock p.m.,
was inaaurntcd, ltoading. Western I'niun
and Jersey Central heiiik' most conspicuous
for tho dc'. liues estahl shed The lust hour
aw a reiewnl of tbe buying, and prices
teathly improved to tbo closo. which waa
n iict but strong. Kales, 301,(80 S-ures;
Reading furnished 5,240. Lackawanna 39,
170. t-t. Pai.l 83.700, tteatorn Union 28,205.
Louisville aiid Nashville 24,1.50. The final
changes as cm parol with last evening's
elosiog figures pre generally lor fractions
only, and are about equally divided
between gains and losses. The bnd
market was quite dill: sjlos, $5,00(l,
being the smallest for many weeks. There
waa very litl.o leature to the dea'ing', and
the two u i si aotivo bondi, Texas 1'aciflo In
come trust receipts and Denver and Rio
(Jrande 4r,furnirbed only (75,000 and (73,000,
respectively. Prices wore generally firm,
but tnal cbangea are seldom for more than
fractional amounts. Mining thares were
firm to S'rong. Sutro Tunnel caused some
thing of abrerse, large blocks being kid for.
The total SJlea ot stocks today wore 301,
0 shares, including Canada Southern, 65;
Chicago, Bt. Louis and Pacific preferred,
100; Delaware. Lackawanna and Western,
i.i.lT'l; Krie, i'-SDj Ksdsiis and Texas, 3''7n:
Lake chore, 8iT0; Lf uisvillo and Nuthville,
24.1.50: Mi soun Pacific, 7"2; Norlhwastorn,
3705; New .le'sey Ccntial, K.,2.17; Paciflo
Mail, 4' iM); llending, 52,240; 8t. I'nul, 3.1,
700; t. P:ul and Umaha :r7l'.5j Texas and
Pciflo,4(75: Ur.lon Pacific, 12,785; WotLirn
Cnirin, .8, .05; Kicbinond and and West
Point, 3tl0; Now Kngl.ind, VUjO. Closing
tl. S. S, !(?;. 4., coup, 123S.
4ii. ooup, W,,, Pacific ot of 195, 121";.
La. stamps, 4, 81. Missouri s, 103.
DU P..o. l.ts.llVii. Hen. A K.O. lata. 1174
D.AR.t.W.lu,7'i. Krie 21s, 0S'.
Al.Jx.AT.Uen.tw.W. Korth.Pao.lsU, lli'4.
North. Pao.Ml,102"i. N. WesUra eon. 1S
oi.raui eon, isi. - pi. i-.u.af .nu.ii1"'..
T.P. land granu.M. T.P.R.G.ex oon,75H.
V. P. lata. 116. West Shere.lUVa.
Tene.Os.set'mt.irS. Tenn.&s.tet'mt, 102.
Tenn. Sa.iet mt,79.
Adams Express. 13d. MorrlsAB.. ofTd.138.
Allegheny Cent'l,. Nashville 0 , 7lJ,.
Alton T. H,, N.J.CentraJ.50?H.
A. AT.H.,pfd.,81. Nor. A W.p;d.8
Americin Kx., Ui. Northern Pac.,2ij;a.
I), u. n. In,.', Northern i'ac ptd, bV:,
Canada Pae.. m
Canada Rou., W-J.
Central Pacific, 42. N,T.Centrai,l)3S-
(Jlie'spcakeAO.,8. N.Y.C. St.L.,137;.
C. A 0. 1st pfd, 15S. N.Y.C.A St L.ptd.25X
C. A O. 2d pld. ttj. Ohio Central. -.
Chicago A A. ,143, Ohio A Miss.,27''i.
0.A A.ptd,160. O.A Miss. pfd. Ski);
C, 11. A Q , 135. Ontario A ft' est,. 18.
C.St L. AN.O.. Oregon Nar., W.
C, St.L.A P.. h'.'j. (Ijcaon Trans.. Sljfc
C.St.LAP.pfd.af. Oregon Imp., 36.
C. S. A O.. 44. Paciflo Mail, 4s'.
C.AC., 64. Panama, 08.
0. A II. Valley. JI!-. Peoria D A B.,23.
Del. A fludj 101. Pittsburg, 147.
Del., L. A W , r.Wi. Pullman P.O., 13S.
Den. A Rio tt , 32J,. Roading, 1'tJ,.
Erie, 331. Rock IaUnd.'i.
Krie pfd, 71S. ' St. L. A S.F., Jl'-4.
New East Tenn. ,15. St.L. AS.P pfd, 62';.
NewK.Tenn.pfd.74. St.L.AS.P.lftp, 113
Fort Wayne, 145. C. M. A rit. P., 80'.
Hannibal A St. Jo.. V. M.A St.P,, p, 117'i.
11. A St. Jo., pfd. . St. P., M. A M., 113.
Harlem. 216. St PaulA Omaha, 40.
Houston A X., 38. St. Paul AO. pld, iltf.'i
Illinois Central, 130. Tenn.CoalA Iron.
Ind., B. A W., Vr'i. Texas Paciflo. 2l'i.
Kansas A T.. 31. Union Pacific, 60'a.
Lake E. A W , 19. U. 8. Express, 60
Lake Shore, 95. W., S. L. A P., 18'.
Lou. A Nash., 62. W..1.L. A P. p.. S3X.
Lou. A N. A., 60. . W.A F. Ex., 12C.
M. AO. 1st pld.-. W. U.Tel., 60H.
M. A C. seconds. . Colorado Coal, 35.
Mem. A Char., 47,'. Home Stake, 11.
Mich. Con., 93. Iron Silver, 240.
Min. A St. L 18. Ontario, 23.
Min. A St. L. pld .42 Quicksilver, .
Missouri Paciflo. 105'J. Quicksilver pfd, 27.
Mobile A Ohio, 15'. South Pacifio, .
M. L. S. A W., 66. butro. K.
LONDON, December 22. Consols, 100 for
money and lonVi for the account. United
States bonds, 4s, 1303i; United States bonds,
4',p, 113'.. The amount i f bullion gone
into the Rank of England on balance today
PAHI, December 22. Three per cent
rentes, 82f 62' io for the aooount.
CIIICAOO. ILL.. December 23. Bank
Clean n us today were (8,346,000.
ST. LOUIS, MO., Deesmher 22.-Bank
clcirir.ts today were (2,8o;i,834; lialanoot,
NEW YORK, Docembsr 22.-Bank clear
ings today were (120,817,473; balances, (,
C80.71B. BOSION, MAS8-, December 22.-Bank
clearings today were (14,7il,4.r0; balances,
BALTIMORE, MD., De-emher 2. Bank
clearings today were 2,045 ,6-9; balances,
PHILADELPHIA, PA., December 22.
Bank clearings today were (12,53,375; bal
The local cotton nurknt opened
firm and closed verv firm: middling, 815 16c.
Sales 6850 bales, inoluding 4200 last even
ing, 3C00 to exporters and St50 to skinners.
Middling If air
Staint and tinget
8 5-13 8 6 16
8 11-6 8 11-16
8 15-16 8 15-16
9 3 Hi 9 3 18
9 9 10 9 8-10
Maui-Rig, December 22, 1886.
Stock, Sept. 1st, l&M 4 009
Received today 4,514
lteoaived-prevtouily 449,907 468 430
Shipped today 2,683
Shipped previously 393.0M
Home eouiumption to date... 357
6took, running account
Ttiui tar tnts week. ............
Thus far last week
Since beptembar 1st
M. AC. R.R
M. A T. R. R..... .
L. A a. K. K ,
M. A L R. R. R
0..O. AS. W. H. R
L.,N.J AT. K. R
K. C..SAM. R. R
M., S. A B. R. R .
Wagons and other sources ,
Thnf faxtkit woek
Thus far last woek
Since Soptoinber 1st
M. A 0 R. II
M. AT. R. R
K A N. 11. R
C, O. AS. W. R. R
L.,N. O. AT, R. R
New York 'pott opened stn idy.and cloted
firm middling, 97-1'io. S.iloa, 5S9 bales.
Quotations were as l'ullaws:
Low middling ...
. 6 11 16 6 1 16
,.. 8 1-1 (i 8 1-Itt
8 15-10 8 15 16
.. 9 7-16 9 7-16
.. 9 1116 9 11-16
..10 5 16 10 5-10
..10 15-16 10 15-10
New York futuret opened firm, an!
clos'.d firm, and 14 to 15 points higher than
yest rday. Sales, 149,500 hales, The dol
ing quotations wore as follows:
. 9.42'H 9.44 9.roi B.80
. 9.4iki 9 47 V.:-m
. 9.?8vs9.59 .4 l(i4 9 44
. 9.60ol 9.70 9 64H 9 55
9.8i(4 9.81 9.fn(it 9.66
9.91(4 9.75ft 9.76
.lO.OOialOPl 85(i4 9 86
10.15ojl0.16 lO.OOiSlO Ol
The New Orleans tpot market opened
firm, and closed firm i middling, 9c. Sales,
6500 balLt. Quotations were at follows:
8 3 16
8 1 10
Tbo Now Orleans fu'.ure mirket opened
strong, and olosed steady aud 16 to 19
points higher. Sales. 55,410 bales. Quota
tions wore at follows :
Decetrber.... O.liiftt 0.11 8.1'Hnl 8.95
.1 nuary 8.M(ii 9.17 8 97" 8 Wt
Feb.uary 9.20iJ 9.27 9.00 I 9 10
March 9.40 ' 9.2lc9.22
April . .5.ns 0.53 9.H3 9 34
May 9.tit(. 9.65 9 4hJ
Jnno.... ..9.7ii(J 9.77 9.67 ! 9 58
July 9.87(5 9.84 9 6S;. (.11
August 9 (i0(sl 9.91 9.70H 9.72
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR MARKETS
Tone. Rtc. Prices. Stock
Dill1. 4,013 8 15-16'l31,8lt
itrong. 24,471 8 15-16 4ol,709
S'esiiy. Ill 8', 37,556
steady. 4.6V3 8 15-16 '30 408
Steady. 2,"i Vi 65,173
Steady. JSI 9 1-16 18,059
Ntendy. 3,691 Vi 60,774
Qu et. W sty, 14,010
Mrm. 1,41 9 7 16 108,744
Quiet. 12 9 9-16 -.
Quiot. Jill 91! '
firm. 2,104 9 6,06,'l
Dull. 1 373 8 13 16
Heccipts at p iris, this day, 1-6 46.057
Receipts at poiti, this duy, 1835 31,287
t OROLIUAriiD STATEMENT.
1496. I 18S5. " 1884.
Reoelpts U. States
ports, 5 days
Receipts Sept. 1st.
3,412 31 3,311) 059
Increase in reoelptt this year....
At noon: Liverpool pot steady, fair de
mend, .-ales, 10,000 bales, ol which Amorican
10,000 bales. Receipt., 17, SiO bales, of whioh
American 17,300 baits.
Closing nuotttions were as follows: Or
dinary, 4 7-10d: good ordinary, 4,'id; low
middling, 51-161; good middling, 51;
middling uplands, 6idi middling Orleans,
I Tkt prices ans oforn in ptne and Pith;
tain: 4 03 mean 4 63-6 to); and 6 01 meant
6 1 M.)
At noon: Liverpool futures were steady s
Dei-ember, 5 KVi Ud: December January,
5(9; Jnnuarr-lebruary, 5 Oil; Fiibruarv.
March, '5 09(i45 lod; Murch-April, 5 10.5 11d;
pril-ltiav, 5 12 t-'ijud ; Moy June, : June
July.6 175 1Hd; July-Auaust, 5 l!)n5 20d.
At 2p.m: Liverpool futures were quiet
and ftond.n December, 5 lid, bujots; Ue-c.inber-Jjnuary,
6 101, fellors; Januarv
Febraary. 5 10J, sellers; February-March,
5 111, se'lers; Mrch-April, 5 121, sellers;
Apiil-Mny, 5 14 i, sellers; Way-June, 5 16d.
buyers; Juno-July, 6 19J, tollers; July-Au-guft,
6 210, buyers.
At5p.ni.: Liverpool futures were firm;
Deceaber, 5 l'id, buyers; Deceniber-Ja'iii-ury,
6 lid, buyers; January-February, 6 Ud,
bujert; February-Mrubi 5 12d, buyers;
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THURSDAY,
Mareh-April, 5 14d, teller ; April-May, S lod.
yillertt May-Jane, t 181, tellers; June
nly, & aod, bayett; July-August, t 23d,
CORNMHAL Stand ird, tl 35; pearl,
(1 25-S ;'.5; roller, (2 45. firm.
HAY Choice, from smre. 75o; ear load
from levee or depot, ('3 50; prime, fcin store,
70c; ear load from levee or depot, (12 5W4 3;
prairie, f om store, 4 c car load from Uvie
or depot. (8 0.
CORN l'rom atore, white, 50c; mixed,
43c, from levee or depot; white, in bulk, 44c;
in sacks, 47c; mixed, in bulk, 42c; in racks,
OATS From store, white, 38c; mixed, 3t;
from levee or depot, white, in hulk, 33c; io
suoks, 35c; mixed, in bulk, 31c; in sacks,
FLOUR-From store. No. 3, (M3 25: faro
ily, (3 5ui3 75; elioiee, (4; ftnoy,(l25; ex
tra fancy, (4 50; pnonf, 9 25.
UH AN From atore, 90c ; from levee or de
BEANS Navy, 82; med'.nm, II 50J1 75;
eomtuon, (2 25.
hlCK Louisiana, IdHXa Carolina, 5;i3
'cHACKERH-Soia. extra, 4c: soda, treble
extra, 4V; extra, 7o: ginger tnuix, exUa,
6e; asortod jumbles, 10c.
OATME4L in half barrels, f2(33 25, from
CRACKED WHEAT In half-barrels, (4 25
. HOMINY AND ORIIS-From ttoro, (3t
KANSAS CITY. MO.. Do-ember 22.
Whcat dul.; No. 2 red.casb, 6;So bid; Janu
ary, 68o bid; May, 7"S bid. Corn stronger;
No. 2 cash. Illi'e ; January, Sti'ohid; Feb
ruary, 31:,'o bid. Oau nominal, 28c asked,
ST. T.OTTig. MO., December 22.-Fir.ur
firm: XXX, $2 5ii.e 60; family, (2 75'd2 9i);
cnolce, i 3 iJ 3ti; fancy, (3 so.'. 6c; extra
fancy, (180 4; patents, (4 1.4 50. Wheat
ucijysauu ngner; the marketoenei easier
and 'ia lower, but soon streegthaned and ad
vanced '4'iie, fell ol afa n Jic, fluctuated
within a narrow range, and closed "'c high
er than yestorday; No. 2 red, cah, aVejStrlkt
Dooemkiw. 8 kj; January, TV-JSHo, closing
a 80o; February, 8l;-h,o; May, WotST'ae.
closing at 86!o bid. Corn dul) but lirai.aad
!i'',o higher than yestoiduy: No. 2 mixed,
cash, 34;t3"c; January, 3.vsbid; Febru
ary, 3ti,',oi May, 30' j '.i'c, closing at SA,fii
39';fo. Oats tiraaan l 'n'm'.c hitlior; No. 2
mixed. oh. 20c; December ( 2S'4c; Febru
ary, VHfici May, 3lc. Bye nominally firm
ai51c Barley, 61c for low iootoh. ll.r
quiet; prairie. $7tajli!; timothy. (10412 60.
Flaxseed steady at 92ftt)3e. Bran firm at
66)7o. Cornmeal firm at $2542 U5. Receipts
Flour, S0OO bra: wheat, 15,000 bu: corn,
61,000 la: oata, 18.0t bu; rye. InOO bu: bar
ley, 18,000 bu. Shipment! Flour, DOoO bu;
wheat, lOPObu; corn, 25,000 bu;cats,6U00
bu : rye, 3000 bu ; harlev, rone.
Afternoon Board.-Wheat firm and adVo
higher. Corn easy and Wo lower. Oats weak
and Ma lower.
CHICAGO. ILL., December 22 -There wat
a stronger tone in the wtieut market today.
T; e noening was about the same as last
night a llguios, but a sharp demand wat im
mediately developed, under which pricoa
tteaoilv advanced, the May option toujbirg
81' ,o The firmness was attributed to a slight
decline in consols, and parties who si Id
short yestorday were disposed to cover. The
amount ot wheaton ocean passage showed un
increaao of 720,000 bushels. Altor the first
advance May settled bark to) 84'4e, but
rallied atain in tbe final dealings and closed
for the day at nearly top figures. Tbe corn
market waa ttronger, in sympathy with
wbeat, and there was a nood shipping in
quiry, mainly for the lon er grdes. Prices
advaneod KCc, and elosed iic hither than
yesterday. The trading in oats was limited,
but prices ruled steady. Cash quotat ont were
as loltowe: Flour steady and unchanged.
No. 2 spring wheat, 70'4c; No. 3 spring
wheat nominal; No. 2 red, 77'iot No. 3
oorn, 30H36Kc; No. 2 cati, 26e; No. 2
rye, 63c: JSo. 2 barley, 62c: No. 1
flaxseed, 93o; prime timothy seed, (1774l 78.
The lending futures ranged as follows:
Wbeat, -N 2 Deceuibep opened at 7tio,
highest 767Hc. lowest 70c, closing at 70' 4c;
January opened at 76!i,'c, highest 77 'kc, low
est 76140, closing at 77'-ii; February opened
at 77Vic, highest 78c, lowe t 77!-io, doling
at 78c; May opened at 83'ie, highest 8lo,
lowest 83io, clos ng at 84Ho. Oorn, No. 2
December opened at 3tVe, highest W.ia,
lowest 300, closi ng at 3tr!;c; January opened
at Stl'io, highest 3Uc, lowtst Hti'io, closing
atSOc; February opened at 307tc, highest
37o, lowet 3iic, dosing at 37o; May
opened at 42V, highest 42'io, lowost 42V,
closing at 42V- Outs, No. 2 Deceoitier
opened at 2"V, blithest 25V, lowest 25V,
olnsing at 25Vt January,pened at 25V,
highest 25 V. lowest '25V closing at2i"c;
May opened at30V,biliot3lo, lowest KoJaoa
oloain at sills n.tio Fec-ipti Flc.ur. 54.ia)0
brls; wheats 152,000 hu: oorn, 212,000 bu ;
oats, 140 000 bu; rye, 1UM hu: barley, 70,000
liu. Shipments Flinir, 21, OH) brls; wheot,
14,000 bu; oorn, 62,000 bu; oats, 79.0UI bu;
rye, U00 bu; barley, 601X41 bu.
BnTTER-Butterine, 14'i16c; ernamcry,
303"ic; dairy, 13a22c; oountry butter, 15.it
II0O PRODUCTS-Moss pork. S12 50;
tugar cured hams, lOJli'V; breakfast ba
con, 8W,ti0U; clear rib tjdos bacon, 7V;
bacon shoulders, ; bulk pork clear siocs,
6 V: clear rib uiiloF.C.c; thouUers, Oii.Uc;
loi'g dear, 6Vo.
LARD Tixrces. ti1.; hnlMi&rrols and
kfirs, 6f.icj choice kettle, 7V.
FKK-11 SslCATU lleof, tnrcqtiarters, 4
fc; mutton, 46o; hind quarters of beef, 4!i
6c: heirs. B'-i 7o.
POULTRY -Ohinkeni dull :Prirg,$l,w.2;
old ben., $:50(n2. Turkeys ?s iill.tlecsivfl'i!.
Ducks, j;60"3; dressed chickens, (1 0;42. 0.
per doron ; dresssd turkeys, S"!0o ps.r pound.
G A E (Juu'iIb. psr dmn, !Kle(.Jl. Squir
rels, 7.c(5Sl. Rubbits, 6 lewsjl per d r.en.
Ducks, wil l, (2.; Venison, wholo, &S6c;
OUKESK Prime flats, 8!30c; New York
factory, 7y,"3o; full oreaui, 13! Jo; Yuung
FIGS Fb.ET Barrels, 3 25; half barrels,
(1 25; kegs. 91 25.
ST. LOUIS. MO., Deoember 22.-Provislnns
nnusunlly low and easier. Pork Lowerat
(11 60m II 70. Lard Easier at 86 05t0 10.
Bulk meats barely steady; loose lots long
clear sides, (.5 00; short ribs, (5 70; shi rt
clear, (5 85; boxud l..ti long clear, ( 55;
short ribs, (5 70(4) 75; short clear, (5 80.
llncon firmer; long clear, (6 t'2S; short ribs,
$0 75(30 80; short clear, (7 IX). Uniiis ua
chanied. Butter steady. Eggs firm, 21c.
CHICAGO, ILL., December 22. Provis
lont ruled weaker. Ihe trading in mess
form was light, and prices dropped of) 15(t
rV, and cl ised at insido figur-t. Lard and
short ribs woro slUhtly e tsior. There will
be no attorpoon sessions of the board from
Deoember 24th to January 4th. Cash quota
tions wore as follows: Most pork, perbrl,
811 40'all 50; lard, per 100 lbs, Id 20; short
rib idos, loose, (5 65(45 70; dry salted
shoulders, boxed. (4 Noy4 85; short c.ear
eidos, boxed, (ii 1566 20. The leading fut
ures ruined as follows: Most pork Decetn-
1 I ... .1 I Al L'.-l . .11 ,11 I -
uor upeneu wi en 11, niKueni. guii lununi.
(11 3), closing at (11 30; January opened
at (11 bii, hisbost Si 157;,. lowest SI 1 :io, clos
ing at SlI 35; ITebrunrs oiiened ut (11 57S,
liiKhcst 811 65. lowest (11 50. closing ut
(11 50; May opened lit (12, highest
$i2 05, lowest SU 85, closing nl (11 8,",.
I.aru uc'eiiiier openou at vo Ji. utghest
$20, lowest ill 20, closing at ( 20; J.na
ary opened at (0 25. highest 86 25, lowost
(0 iVi, closing ut (6 25; February opened
a'. o 3.), highest to 35, lowest 8' 321'.,,
closing at (0 32'; May opened at (0 02,',,
hmliest (! I2. l(.ot tfii till, closiii" ul
IHiOO. Short ribs January opened at $570,
higln'St f"i 70, lowest (5 67!'s. closing at
$5 67; February opened at ?fi 85, h ghest
$5 85, lowest Jsi 7.5, closing at fi.75; M.irch
onnned at S'i 02 Si, hlghoit $5 l,i2' Ion est
$5 85, closing at S-i h.. On tbe Produce Kx
change today the butter market ruled rteadv;
creamery, 21070 ; dairy, lS"j23o; roll. 16 'I
17c; packing steak, 110l2o. hggs 23J21c
for strictly Irorh.
FUOAR Fnre white, 6c; off whltc.'SV;
yellow clariHed, 6;40; seconds, 6'i5V;
refined A. 0(4iiUi: granulated. 6Ue: ulanla.
tiun granulated, ti!-,o; poadorod, 7&7V;
out loaf, 7 is7V.
CANDIES St cks, all dies, in'boxoa, pailt
and barrels, 7J-4S9V.
C O V V E E C in ui o n , lV,We; ordinary,
14Vjo; i.rimeKio, lij.'alRV; choice to fancy
lie; oiu government, zsic.
SOaH 3'S5V ier pound.
SALT $1 20 per horrol: sackt. fine. II 35
rSl 45; coarse, (1 10'Hl 15; pockets, bleached,
2,'.'7ci ear loads from levee or depot, 6o
CANNED OOOD", ETC. -Prices per dox
ent Pineapp as, (I 25(,1 50; peaches, 2-10,
standard, (1 lil 25; seconds. Il'nl 10; to
matoes, 2-lb, standard, 90c(.(tl; 3-1 b. (1(9
1 15; strawberries, (1 b'Jl 25; raspberries,
.1 Intel OR. 1.1. -I. I : ... ,i.ai
fages, (i 601 66; pea s, (22 25; plums,
1 Otxcil 70; asparagus, (2 60m4; green corn,
(1(31 35; gre n poas, (I 55M1 65; cove oys
ters, lull weight. 1-10,11; eoveosters, full
weight, 2 lb, 1 75; cove oysters, light
w iuht. 1-lb. 60c: oove ovstrrs. liaht weiirht.
2-lb, (I 10; condensed milk Crown, $5 75tJ
6 85; Englo, (7 75: Swiss, (5 75.
MOLASSES Lnu'siana, common to fair.
18 25c; iri me to choice, new, 45ot50c; syrup,
2t40c: common to fair, 20.5c; trioe to
eaoioo, 28'.IOo; eontritugsl, fancy, 35(a40o.
NEiV YOHK. December 22 Crffee fair
R;o firm st 14 V: oethns biirbr and active:
tales, 1U. 75 i bags ; Deceuihor, li.oiic: Janu
ary, 12.1'i''il2Vt February. 12 Io.tl2.30c:
March. 12.16oi,l2. 30c: April, 12. 15fJ12 3 o'sv,
1 2,2' 1 112.40; June, 12'4 i12.l'-5c: July, 12', J
12.350. ugur easier; r Oned dull and
weak; cut loaf and ct,ush(d, 6 3lt'tV;
S:anuiatel,5 11 16 -ti ',0: culies.51, q5 13-I0c.
lulassss quiet and steady, like firm.
NEW ORLEANS. December 22. CnfiVe
dull and lower; Rio oininon to irime. 13'
(15c. Sugar quiet but steady. Molas es in
lir aemana and nrm;open kettles t. ncy,
47o ; strictly prime, 40, Ctntr il'ugalt ttrict-
ly prime, SotSSSj priase to good te prims, 21
(3-oc. boeitiaak syrup, auojeoe,
APPLEf-Arplet, t2 75tM75; dried ap
ples, 2V""V per pound from store. Dried
peecnes.s e trom tiore.
VEi4ETAUl.ES Onl. nt. 12 40t) Tit fVcm
(tore. Cabbage, (2 50; per headv6e48et (175
tiviu n,,av, iry ,s, cmif, Jkmui. OriS,
(4 7.rH;ti; half brls, (J 75. Garlic, 40a60 per
100. Turuins, 50c t-er bushel.
FRL'ir Orances, rer bm, (4; per barrel,
!'). Lemons, (M4 50 per box. Bananas.
(1 W2 50 per bunch. '
Nl IS Oucoanute C per 100. Peanut
Virginia. 6e; Teuneiree, farmers' Hock, ."")
4e; roasted, 2V higher; shelled, ln. Al
monds, 2tia. Walrutt Knglirh, lSc; French,
To. Filberts. 12V- Pecan. Texas, 7i10o.
llr.iil nuts, 12o. Chotluutt Im orted, 12! ac
RAISINS London lsycrs,(3; layert,$2 75;
California, (2 15; Imperial, .
PICK LI'S -In lars. pinu, !; e.nart.,
1150; half gaMnea. (2 75; gallons, (3 75;
loose, barrels, tFti5i)d7; half-barrels, $.4 75 a
4 25; mixed, barrels, (10 50; mixed, half
FISU-Mscke-el, hs!f barrels, No. I,$i50
(56; No 2. $.5; No 3, r-l 50; 10-lb ki'. No. 1,
We; No. 2. .5e; 1Mb, No. 3,65-. Dry her
rings, family, 25c per lux.
GAM IS llmne fih. 5 wio.
EGGS Weak, 2223.
POTATOES Northern stock, (I MSI 85.
OlDEK-New V ork, (0 507 per barrel and
$3 7;k4 ier ha f-banel.
VINEGAR 1015c per gallon.
sTTO HKl'lt rKtDrTTNj
COTTON SEED In car load lott: Prime
crude eotton teed oil, .new, 27Vt
2S,.; off crude cotton seed oil, l3o
26c; prime stimmor yellow cotton teed
oil, 333ln: off summer yellow cut ton teed
oil, 3lii4.l2c: miners' summer yol ow cotton
ated oil, 3'"(.35c; prime suuinier white cotton
seod oil, 3f('Wc; choice rooking yellow cot
ton seed oil, 35c; prime eotton seed meat,
(15 50; less than cur lots, (18. Cotton
teed delivered at depot or levoe, (9 per ton:
iruui wagon as mills, I'.' per tun.
I.IOAF4 A! TAX. LOW.
niDRS-Dry flint. No. 1, lo; No 1, 12V;
dry tailed, 10!,'t;12V; green salted, Ne. 1,
7c(8'4c; No. 2, ic; gresiu, .''i.ti'e. Sheep tktni,
15ejl. Beeswax, 2ue. Tallow, 4c.
' NUINM ami, f-I'll 4.
, SKINS AND FURS Doer skint, He:
bear, 5ld7ci mink, 15ii0e; csx'n, bui.t
er handled, lna70e: rouutry handled,
A(ii(60ct otter, (lwiiO: boavor, bdm4
(7; wild cat, 1525c; P x, 15"i7'o; musk rut,
10c; opossum, loot wolf, 50jt!i(2; ikunk, loiit
90c; panthors, Uctisll.
WOOL Burry "grease wool, unwarlird,
131318c; clear greaso wool, 23'.tV.; burry
wasbod, 2loj30o; tub washed, 33M37e.
ST.LOUI-J,MO.,Deretnber 22. Wool steady
and unchangod; medium, 2li'26V; esiarse
braid, 10h21c; low sandy, I3(sl9c; flue light,
16i)25c; heavy, 14;21c.
COAL OIL Prime white, wholesale lets,
9''10c per gallon.
CLEVELAND, O.. December 2J. -Petroleum
I. w. 110", 7V.
PITTSBURG, PA., Docember 22.-Petro-leuln
dull but steady : National Transit cer
tiorates opened at ti',c; eiused at 66V;
highett, 67o; lowest. Oily.
WIIINKT, W1NEH, 1.I4IITOIW, ETC.
WIIISKY-Stralght Kentucky Bourbon,
(1 50"; redistilled goods Irotu 8)0 te ll 50,
according to proof; rye, (1 7501!.
CrilCAUO. ILL., December 21.-Whisky,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,' December 22,-WhIiky
firm, (1 13.
CINCINNATI. 0., December 22.-Whlsky
active and firm; tales of 457 barreli oi fin
ished goods on a oasis of (I 13.
NAILS, LKAI, NH4T.
NAILS-lOs, iron, 12 35; steol, ti 50.
bUOI-Drop, II IB; huek, (1 90.
BAGU1KCI AK T1KS, XTO.
BAOuHNa-Carload lots: Jute, 3 -lbs,
8V; l.lbs,7Vl IX lbs, 7c. Flax". I Ibt,
TIE3-II 0531 10.
POWDER Kegs, ; half kegt, $3 25
tjuarter kogt, (2 25.
SEEDS-Clover, (1 OOs rflr bushel;
orchard grast, $1 50,1 io; herdgrass. bu(S
55c ; rye, OjjjTOo per bu ; timothv, 4-(2 25,
DKfTtJN, PAIH WH ASl Oil H.
DRUGS Quinine, P. A W.. ii.,70o; cans,
65o; New York quinine, oi. 65c; eans, tide;
B. A S. quinine, it., 65c; cans, 60.
morphine, P W.,?i ox., $3 85 oi.; lot.
vials, 82 111; New York morphine, !oi..(2'25
per ox : 1 oi. visit, (2 05; cinckonidia, lot.
vials, 18a ot ; 6 ns. cans, 13a ot. I gum
opium, per pound, $340; iodide potash, (250
Per pound, inclusive; subnitrato bismuth,
(2 20 per pound, inclusive; chloroform, 45o
per pound; blue mass, 43c per pound; calo
mel, 75o per pound ; mercury, 70o per pound ;
chloral In drato, (1 50 per lound; camphor,
27c tier pnucd: aleohul, barrels, pcrgailnu,
(2 22; east'ir oil, barrels, iwr gallon, (1 42.
PAIM'S AND HIL-Whito lead, Col
lier's, 7V per poond; ,V4) pound lets, 7o per
pound, Vi.c oU', 15 day.1; Sotithorn while lend,
7 V per pound ; 500 pound lots, 7c, 2V off, 15
d-iys; boiled linseed til, 433 per gallon, by
barrel ; raw, 40o ; tun oiiiiuo,38)i,o pertallou,
CORN FED CATTI.U-Choioe, 4c; good,
GRASS CATTLE ('holce, 3iji.1V: good,
2!C'.iC',c; tuir to mudiitiu, 22V; suullawugs,
1 ii '-ic.
HOGS Choice 4V; good,4n; common,.
SI1E1CI' Choice, 4e; medium, 3V Choice
lambs, 4!vo por pound.
CHICAGO, ILL., December 22. -The
Druver' Jyiurnal reports: Cattle-receipts,
ctsjO head; shipments, 2000 head; market
steady: two cars fan.v, 15015 25; shipping
steers, 950 to 1600 pounds, (i 25eM25; s'ocers
and feedors, (2 I6e.ill 50; cows, hulls and
mixod. (I 5irtj3 40j hulk, 12 i'lKsr. tio : Texat
cattle, (1 75(!K3. Hots receipts, 37,000 head;
shipments, 6000 head; market slow, clos
ing weak; rough an I mixed, $1 K0u4 30;
peeking and sbu ping, (4 25k4 55; light, $1 75
rat 30; skips, (2 2'na3 45. Sheep receipts,
50IH) be.id; shipments, 2000 head; market
low, hut steady ; natives, (2(44 50; Western,
(2 50'iS.I 00; Ttxani, (203 30; lambs, 4C'5.
REW TOKK IKV W4HI( M41KET,
NEW YORK. December 22.-The matket
was very quiet in demand in all depart
ments and the movement in exocution of
orders very large, and more steadiness to
prices remarked for all classes of am ds.
And Still They Come
FOK UI NI'LEtIEN.
SiaEvery Pair Wjirraiite(l"rirt
OKLT 91.00 A l'AIR,
at the cueap cask
410 Main MrtM-f, .Meiuplils.
For a check for (20
we will print a ten
in One Million Is
sues of leading A.
pers and completo the work within ten days.
This it at the rate ot only one fifth of a cent
a line, fur 1000 Ciicuhtion I The advertise,
moot will appear in but a single Issue ol any
paper, and oonseiurntly will be placed be
fore One Million different newspaper pur
chasers; or Five Mn.Moit Rkaokks, if it It
true, as is sometimes stated, that every news
paper is looked at bv five persons on an av
erage. Ten linea will accommodate about
seventy-five words. Address, with copy oi
advertisement and eheck, er tend 30 cents
forb"kof 176pages. GEO. P. R0WELL i
CO . 10 f-pru-e street. New York.
KI-IM I Statin. Hnns.
enly free. A victim
ot youthful impru
dence, causing Premature Decay, Nervous
Debility, Lost Manhood, etc. haviig tried
in vain every known remedy, hsa discovered
a simple sell. core, which he willsend FttLK
ot hit lellow suBerers. Address
O. J. MASON,
Post OBce Box ,170, New York City.
riCtCNPCQ Its oanset, and a new
I Jtr IICOO nd tuceesstul CUKII
v at your own borne, by one who wtt deal
twenty-eight years. Treated by most el
the noted specialists without benefit. t't aiD
Hinsrir in three months, and since then
hundreds of others. Full partieulan lent
on application. T. S. PAisK.
No. 41 West 31st street. New York Cit.
sH r.LVI S43 Is a. Unstable to meet any need
or business. It is cbuapur than old style. Can
be put np by Br.y one. l'issqaHli'l r
I'nulry autt lliatk Minlvew. Addresg
KOCH A. II. COH MlrSe
Hit MAIM NT.. PiORIA, ll,l,er,
luiaiona Uartlware tk.,bt. Lonii.Mo.
RIVERS Ml) STEAMBOATS
ArkaniatCity.KiTi Antvs, 8 p.m.
Arkansas Rivr..R. L. Cot, 8 p.m.
Clnlnnatl....GattTa Ststi, It m.
Frian Polnt...Jiacs Let, 12 m.
Tiptonvllle ......CKteariiie, K p.m.
Osceola.. ... -CoiHoat, S p.m.
BOVK.-KLXTS AT TIIK I.ETEC.
A rritnl: Coahoma, Osfeole: R L. Cobb,
Arkansas rivrr; David R. I'ewell, St. Louts,
Chickasaw, White river; Glenville, Jones's
Lauding: Jart.es Lee, Friars 1'eii.t; Henry
Logan, Ohio river; Granite State, Cincin
nati. 'fliwrSasret. Coahoma, Oscee'a; Dav'd R.
Powell, New Orleat.a; Chickasaw, White
river; Dick Clyde, Old river.
D. R. Powell-MObrls flour, 120 sks eotten
teed ana i'i-9 pkgs sundries.
Coahoma 1 13 bales e Iton, 83 baga teed
eotton and514sks retton seed.
II L. Cobh .Id bales cotton, 12 bigs seed
lotion and i .tOskst uton seed.
Chickasaw-liH2 bales eotloa, 477 tkt got
ten roed and 143bidos.
James Le-5.8 bales eotton, 133 lugs seed
enfon, U15 tkt tettea teed aud 78 pkgt sun
dries. Glenville 11 bales col tin,' 13 ba? teed
eotton aud eOiks cotton seed.
Wkatukr cloudy and cooL
Tnt coltl wave failed to arrlTe.
Tittc river boro coutiunos to tiee
Ir was very foj-gy on the river yo?
15-j-iivk-s wai pretty fair on the leveo
Tn river at St. Louia roea 1 inch
Hkvkkal broadboriis paed south
Tn Tftine-wee river ia riaiog slowly
Tub Otitribarliind liver la rlalrir
MpiAly at Nashville.
Tiik IVruj 0. Brown h dae up today
on her way to Cine nnati.
Tub towboHt l'at McUnshlin IdBtill
lying at the island above the sity.
It will require 2 feet ul water to let
the Rene Maeready eut of St. Franeit river.
TiiaThomn9 Hhcrlock is the next
0. Line steamer due down for New Orleans.
Tug O. aiionm. for Oacfola, end the
Chlckutaw, for White river, lift with coed
Ddrino the 24 he nra ending st noon
vrstorday the river at this point rose 4
1'hk City of Cairo will leave here on
Saturday evening for Vicksbarg. Capt. Ad.
Storm will give all information.
Tub little towboat Ulonvillo came
up from Jonet't Landing ye terday after
noon with tome eoltoQ aud seed.
Capt. W, J. Auns-jHri. of the enng-
boatC. B. Roese, same over from Little Re Jk
yeeUrduy to spend, the holidays.
TitEHB is an imineupe o until ity ol
oorn, eotton and other freliht on the bankt
between here and Cairo awaiting tonnage.
Thk towbnat Henry Lt;an. towlnn
a barge loadod with tile and firebrick, ar
rived from the Ohio river yeiterduy evening.
Tub 1) ck (Jlvde returned here vra-
terdny morning en aerennt of a broken rud
der. She made repaid and left f eilerday
evening for Old river.
Tub Ulieeapeake. Cant. W. P. Hall.
it tht picket this evening for Tiptonville
and all way landiags on tbe upper coast.
Mr. John Fuller Is her alerk.
Tub Chickaoaw brought oat of
White river 1109 hales ef eotton. Kh re.
shipped 20 bales at Terrene, put off 7 bales
at Helena and brought the balance here.
Tub Kate Adamn.fJitDt. Mark Cheek.
it the regular mail packet leaving this eve
ning lor Helena, Terrene, Arkaniat City
and all way landings. V.r. Wm. Blanker is
her cli 1.
A tki.koBah received yHBterdav from
Capt. John H. Jones states that the De
Solo missed Evansville veitenlav mornlne
and that she would be here in time to loave
Saturday tor Ciuciunatl,
Tub D. R. Powell, from Kt. I)nla,
passed to New Orleans Inst night with 1100
tons of freight. Including SncO sacks t.f oorn,
which she added in tho bends above hore.
She put off here 1 Hi 0 iiaokaigea of freight and
added about 20 tons of sundries.
Local Inpiktoiis Dak ha on and
RniToe will today inspect tho stentnert R. L.
Cobb and Sentlnol, and will leave ihit even
ing by rail for Arkansas City, where they
will inspect the transfer steamer Marian.
They will also go to Helena, where they are
to i'.spcct the steamer C. L. Teel and a now
tug built for Ma'. 1 in pan.
Tim .TAities L arrived la'e veetpr-
day nltnrnrnn, having been dota'ned by bad
weather and heavy business. She brought a
big trip of froiglit and ubotit 300 passotigers,
nearly nil ol whom woro on decK. 'the Lee
leaves airniu today at noon lor Helena, Friars
Point and way binding. Capt. Claggett
commands, wiih William Athlord iu the
Thk R. L. Cohh, O.ipt. Kil Nowlund,
arrived ro-tenlsy alternnon from Arkansas
river with ago'.d trip. She brought out of
the river 614 lin es of ootton, and reshippsd
163 bales at Torrent for New Orleans. The
Cobb It recoiviog at tho fnot of Monroe
street, and leaves at 5 o'clock tiiit evening
fo' l'ino lllutf and all way landings on Ar
kansas river, JVlrssrs. James N, 'llioiupson
aud Will Nowland are hi r clerks.
Tub Granite citato, dapt. A. J. Lind
say, arrived last night fiom Cincinnati with
620 barrels of flour, 160 barrels of apple- . 1795
kegs of nails, 615 sacks of earn, 15.13 sacks of
cotton seed and 2 10 packages of sundries.
She iransacted an Immense amount of busi
ness below Cairo and thin was tbo eauae of
her delay. Ibe O rani to ttate is iccoiving at
the elevator and will leave today for Cairo.
Kvansville, Louisville. Cincinnati and all
war landings on the Mississippi and Ohio
riven. Mr. Don Marrs has e lures of the
olirce and he ll ably assisted by Bob Uendriek
son. KIVKKH AND WKATIILR.
Ornrg Siogit, Sitvio. U. 8. A.,
Memphis, Deoember 21, 1 p.m.
The following ohHervntiona are taken
at all stations named at 75" meridian time,
which is one hour later than Memphis tima:
Feet lot's lOt's lOt't
Cairo 14 4 21 " ."
Chattanooga In 6 6
' ini-innuti 23 0 ...... S
FortMmilh.... 1 5 1
Holrnn 8 2 2 ....
' Keoi uk
Leavenworth 3 7 1
Little Rock 1 3
Louisville 10 2
M.iii.IH 7 SI 41
Nasbvlle 20 - 3 22
New Orleant 2 1 2
Pittsburg 7 5
St. Louis 4 1 1
Shreveport 6 9 4
Vlrksburg SI 7 4
PITTSBURG, PA.. December 22,-Noon-Piver7
feot 2iiichesenthe gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and mild.
WHEKLING. W. VA., Deoomher 22.
Noon River 10 feet 3 luetics on the gauge
CINCINNATI. 0 , December 22 -Noon-P.iv.r
24 feet on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy; thermometer 41.
CAIRO, ILL.. December 22.-Noon-Rlver
13 feet 9 inches on the giuge and rising.
Weather fair and co'd. Arrived: Thomas
Sherlock, Cincinnati, 7 p.m.; Alice Brown,
Memphis, 7 a.m. Nvdeparturtt of regular
EVANSVILLE. IND., DeceirfW 22-Nnnn-
River 16 feet 8 Inches on the gauge
and rising. Weather-thormometer 38', De
parted: Desoto, Memphis.
A Valuable Patent.
Dnncy'e (Horse) I'orn and Pea plan-
HAVING perfected my Invention, I wish
to plaee it before the pub Mo. especially
m inloetarert. At a Corn Planter, It Is a
perleot suooeti otient the driii, distributed
the teed accurately, nniniured, and eoverd
the tame, thereby one man performing the
won ot inree. inti nave been used In
Ihit section for oyer a dozen yoart with per
fect satisfaction. Can give responsible tetti'
tnontalf . A ddrest
JOHN a. DANCY.Daneyyille,
llavwond ennntv. Tw
AMONTH, m.n, swisl NMi
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NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The Etetmer J AM El LEE leavtl
THIS THURSDAY at 13 m. ebarp.
JAS. l.rr, J., Pnp't.
FOR ARKAN8A8 RIVER.
For Helena, Terrene, Pino Muff and all way
landing! on Arkansas River Steamer
H. L. COLUJ, tstiZTL
Ed. Now'and masler.eSiS-lSS
Will leave Til IS DA Y. Use. 23d. at 5 p.m.
11. C. LOWB. Agent, No.SMaditon at.
Telephone No. 5'2.
pit. I.onla ami New rlau Anchor
.OH .1. W. !! SI H V ChKlt Ull
r niaoue nif
uipu.uv, ........ .uiiip ir, v j . iSSk
Will leava th kl.nlnp irilUlli
25th, at 5 p.m. For freight er passage apply
I,. HAt.t , Pass. Aa-'t. A I) STnltM. Rn'nt
fORLOJIIHVILl.K A (UNOINNAT1
For Cairo, Evan'ville. Lcultvllle and Cin
cinnati The elegant Iteamer
A.J. Lludsev. .. master I D.in Warn clerk
Will leave THIS DAY, Dee. V3J, at 12 m.
For freight or pasnage apply to 0. B. RUS
SELL, U. F. and X. a., ti Madi-on street.
Tele phane 227. jLiiiivCaua, Pass'r Agent.
ForOilro. Ksanaville. Louisville and Cin
cinnati The elegant iteamer
J. S. Jones...mastar 1 11. fl. Pru-e ciork
Will leave SATL RDAY, Dee. 55th, at 6 p.m.
For freight or passage apply to C. U. RUS
SELL, U. F. and T. A.. 12 Madison street,
Tolephone Jnnv I k. Pass'r Agent.
KOR ST. FRANCIS R1VKR.
Bit. t'raocla Ul vet 1 rnuapttrlntloo t'o.
tne elegant iteamer
Rene Maeready, j
0. li.Jon'ln .master.
Leaves Meinibia EVRU.Y TUESDAY and
SATURDAY at ft p.m.. for Marianne and
way landings at lar as the Cut-on.
'Ihe captain reserves the right to pass all
landings he doom t unsafe. Telephone 69.
J AS, LKB, Ja,, Mio't,
PHes!, No. 4 Miullson street.
For Osceola, Haloe Point, Carutherirllle,
Uayoso and Tiptonville The new slde
wheol passenger steamer
W. P. Hall matter, I J. D. Fuller.... .clerk
Will leave as above, and all war poiatt,
KVEUY MONDAY and THURSDAY at
p.m. ror freight or passage apply on noae.y
iiuiiisi,fr".tre Point anil "Momptiis
and tiiioooln Pneket t omtuiuv.
For llolana, Glen lalo, Friers Point and al
Way LanJIiifi ateaxer
Bi. ii vtinwimi mnwifir.
Will leave as above on EVERY MONDAY,
w iiuaniBUAX aua r tvits At atoo oloog.
For Randolph, Faltoa, Osceola an Way
ijenutnit 15 teamer
J. U. COOPER Master.
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boats of thf
line reserve the right to past all landings
the captain may deem unsafe. Office, No. (
ivadlsne st. .1 A y km i.kk, jr., tsnp i.
Xemiilihi and Vli kshnrir Tucket Com
panr U.H.jnaii Linr.
For Helena,Concordia, Terrene and Arkaa-
tas l!lty Tne elegant passenger iteamer
M. R. Chek...meeter I W. 0. Blanli
MONDAY AND THURSDAY. AT 5 P.M.
For Cootordta and all way landing!.
A. L. Cummins, Mast'rJ Lew Price Oierk
LeavetTU KhUAY and SATURDAY at 5 p.DJ
For uenernl ! nloriEi'.ica trr'ti
No. 4 Madison strost.
JOflN CAKR, Pis.'i A.ent. 'feiephnne Its.
Memphis & Whi UiTer L'kt.to
Por (llaratiidon, IhtwI! HI oil,, lent
Are, Angntta. fcearcy, rtewport, jacstoB-
Sort, Batoavllle and all Way Landings,
III. C1I1CKASAVV, rrC--
K. 0. Postal master,'1""1'"
Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY at 5 p.m.
Str. AL1JERTA NO. 3trn7ZJ
Albert B.Smith master. "
Will leave KVKRY BA 111 RDAY at p.m.
Through rales given to all points. Freight
eonsignod to the Meii'Phlt nnd White Rivet
Packet Co., at Memphis or Terreno, will be
tnrwaruoii promptly, ror general iuiuiw.
tion apply at oldce, No. 3 Madison St., orl
Cell Telephone t-i. II."- M'WK. A't
THE GREAT BLOOD FCBIFIER-
For Dyepepeln,nll dsrar.gemenls
f the Dlgeetlre Orfuut and lb
Liver, Skin Dleeiteee, Cole, Runt,
Bcalde matt Hruleee, ACID IH01B
BAKTn la a epcrlfie.
aktamailtm, malarial Plear.
dere, Cbronle Diarrbna aud
atlnata cases of Itlood Poleoalggff,
yield avlthoat lull to list woaeV
fail tantUwo petwer.
Aaat to frw aotasfklot, t
f tall dealera swat.
fro at the A. I. K. Co., ntUm,
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRl'SBBTlt
At WhoIen!e by VAS VLFKTA CO.
Public Administrator's Sale.
Office of Publle Administrator, Courthouse
Shelby County, Tenn., DeceiuberVi, 1880.
NOTfCK is hereby given that I will, aa ad
ministrator of ihe estate of Wm. X.
Pryor, deceased, on
Weulneailay . Iteoenibrr 20, lMMfl,
at the rate resilience of Dr. Wm. T. Prvor,
on the Dig Creek road, on the O , O. and S.
W. H.R , near Frtier Station, Shelby cdun
ty, Tenn.. prooeed to tell, at public outcry,
to the highest bidder, f r cash, the following
property, to wit: 17 Head of Work Stock,
(leer, and Three Wagons, a quantity oi
Farming Implements. Plows, II, es, eto.
Sale to 9' m mence at 11 o'olock a.m.
JOHN LOAUUE, PublicAdm'r,
and aa tuoh Adm'r of tht estate of Dr. Wm.
T. Pryor, deceased.
FOK It fclVT.
ONE tract of Land, nearFratar Station.
Shelby county, Tenn., formerly owned
by Dr. W. I. Prvor. and known at tbe C. A.
Hose tract, containing 196 60 100 sores less
the large apple orchard.
One tract adloimng said Pryor homestead,
containing 182 90-100 aro.
Alid, one tract near Lucy Station, Shelby
county, Tenn., b longing to the estate ot W.
T. i'ryor, deoeared. and known aa the Dun
can place, containing 212 21-110 acres more
All the above named and described real
estate will be rented lor the year 1887, on
Wedaeeilajr, Donrmbfir SO, 1HM0,
at what it known as the Pryor Hnmestend,
near Fr.tar Station, Tenn., it public outory.
J. H. LONG, Receiver,
310 Second street, Memphis, Tenn.
It cm Itlctn PhllaAelphl;
at toe Wewspaiair AuvmP
tlstng Ajreni.y ot Miwsre.
A NATURAL TQMiC
- tftstM Iroa Kartti.
'D23' y5 SW1I
BOI i fWlWSl Artificbft
Trade HI a rig J
(it We AYM 4k tOIKwauUiageua
No. 5067, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county Louis f. Eilertet al. Tl. Wilhaoi
L'oeke et al.
DV virtue of aa Interlocutory decree for
XJ tale, entered in the above eaate on the
1st day of December, 18stt, Minute Book 65,
page 353, 1 will tell, at public auction, te the
highest bidder, in front of the Clerk and
Master's office, at the Main street eiit'aece
of the eourt-boute of Shelby county, Mem
phit, Tenn., on
Nafnrslay, Jaanary a, IHS7,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated east ef and near the eor-
oration line of the eity of Meu.pt is, ia
helhv county, Tenn., to-wit:
Lot No. 3, as laid down on the plat or sub
division of lands as set forth n tbe decree
entered herein en the 19lh day ol October,
18-6, in Minute Book No. 64, i.age 495: Be
ginning at a point on the north aide of Hen
ry avcnue44(iS fottweat from tlie southeast
corner of Ihe land conveyrd by William
Wiley to Honry Boeke by deed duly rtoorded
in Hook No. 1, page 222, ol tbe Register'!
office of tfhelby county, Tennessee, and run
ning thence north 280 feet to Sophys bayout
thence westwardly with' laid bayou 27 f'oet to
the east lioe rf lot No. 2 on said plat; thence
south with tbe east line of said, lot Kt. 2,
2S0 leot, more or less, to the north line ol
Henry avenue: thence east with suld avenue
57S leet to the bejinnlng.
Lot No. 4, at laid down en the Slid plat
and which lies imuediatelyeast, ef said let
No, 3. and has a front of 52 lent on tire north
side of Uenry avenue, and rune back north
wardly, between parallel lines, lit tnii t
Lott Nos. 5 and 6, as laid dewn on the laid
plat, which are in solido, described at fol
lows : Beginning at a point on the north lid
of Henry avenuo.i 2 feet west from the teuth
en"t oorner or the land eonveyed by William
W Hoy to Henry lloeke by deed recorded la
Book No. 1, psse 222. of the Regiiter'torhoe o f
Shelby count.., Tenn,, and running tbonce
westwardly with the north lino of Henry
avonuet'xiS feet; thence north oa the divid
ing line between lots 4 and 5, as laid down en
the said plat, 28 feet te Sophia bayou t
thence eastwurdly along laid bayou to Ihe
northeast corner of lot No. 6: thence south
on the dividing line between lot' 6 snd 7, it
laid down on said plat, 350 loel to the point
ol beaintiing on Henry avesue.
Lota Nos. 11, 12, I t, 14, 15. lo, and the north
unsold part of lot No. T, which arc in selido.
described as follows, to wit: Beginning at
the southeast corner of the land couvcyav by
William Wiley to Henry lloeke br deoT re
corded in Book No 1, page 222, of t5o Reg.
1st r's office ol Shelby county, Tenn. , and
which point ia about 102 leet raatwardly
from the Intersection of the east lnn ot fo
I hya bayou and Honry avenue, as tho sune
enstod when said deed was executed by Wil
liam Wiley to Henry lUeke; and running
thence north alcngtheeast lino of rn d land
470 feet; thanco wiaiwardly all n iho north
side of said land 2X1 feet to Snj by. bayou:
thence In a southwesterly direction wllh said
liiuou to tlio nor h end of the west 'itieol let
No 7, a laid downon said plan thonoe sooth
on the dividing line between leu 6 and 7, 170
leet. more or less; thence et serosa said
lot No, 7 on a line parallel with Henry ate
nue; thence south 10 feet, more or loss, to
the northwest corner of lot 8; 'hence uast
aloag the north line of lots 8, 9 and 10, at
laid down on laid plat, suit Itet to the n rth
west corner ot lot 11, ns laid down on said
plat; thence ao;th on the dividing 11 ' e be
tween lots 10 and 11.170 leet in 'ha north line
of llenrv aienui thence eatt with Uenry
avet.uo mi tart to tne beginning.
Terms of Sale tine-thud cah: balance In
three and six mo tin note bearli g interest
with surety reiiulreil, and lion rutaiuud.
Ill's Deceiuher 15 18x0,
S. I. MtiDOWKLIi, Clerk and M-tar.
By B. F. Coleman, Deputy 0. and M.
Ij. it,. Lehman, fv limtors.
817 mitl 810 fST 10UIS
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LOGGERS' & RAnERt.'I.P.'I'W.L'itf
SAW AND PLANINO MILL SUPPLIES
f wnrrM von cataiuur.
CHANCERY SALE ,
No. 6062, R. Chancery Conrt of Shelby
county-ntuie oi lenneasoe vt. o. B.
BY virtue of an Interlocntory decree for
tale entered In tils abave cause on tho
Id day ol Docembsr. 18K). M. B. 55. niura
301. I will soil at liubll l ausitlnn. to the hleh-
est bidder, In front of Ihe Clerk and Master'!
oince, courtliouse oi thelOy county, Mem
phis, Tenn., on
Niiliinliiy, Nih day of January, IiM7.
within legal hours, the following ilosorlheil
properly, situulod In the city ol Memphis,
bhelby county, Tenn., to-wit:
An undivided 8-15 interest In a certnln
lot, diiscribed as follows: Hi ginning at tho
southwest corner of tho Read lot, on tho
north tide of Union street, running thence
westward with tlio north line ol Union
troot 43 foot, lunro or loss, lo a stake stand
ing 43 feet, more or lest, euit ol the east
abuto erit of the bridge over the bayout
thence northwardly 148J-- feet, more or lest,
to the point whore tbe nyi'Otnennso of tho
trlanale lotftif the Hrinklav neirs. on the east
of the bayou, ruts the south line of old
Union street; thence eastwanlty with the
louth line of old Union ttreet 85 feet, mora
or less, to the west line of the hand lott
thence southwardly wllh laid Read line to
Terms of Sale On a credit of til months.
Interest bearing notes with good security re
quired: lien rotalned, redemption barred.
IkisDocetiibor IA, lxfl.
S. I. McoOrYKLL, Clerk and Master.
By 11. F. Colo man, D. O. and M.
F. H. AO. W. HeUell, eolioitonL
No. 6204, R. Chancery Court of Shelby
county-John T. Willins vt. Wm. D. Xra
bae et al.
I J Y virtue of an Interlocutory decree for
1!) sale entered In tbe above laaseontho
Sthdayol December, 1H80, M.il.55, pace 418,
will sell, at public auction, to tho highest
iilder, in front, of the Clerk and Master'!
office, at the Main street entrance of tho
courthouse of Shelby county, Memphis, Ten
Niiliinliiy, Mill dny ol Jannarv, 1NS7,
within legal hours, the following described
property, situated tu the oily of Memphil.
bheihy county, Icon., to-wit:
A lot beginning on Ihe west sidoof Walnut
ttreet, at the tioithenst corner ot a parcel of
land eonvoied January 8, 807, by bainuel P.
Walker in tt list tu G, L. 1- nniion and A. S.
McNeair, for Win. and Ed Org! It thenco
running northward with the west line of
Walnut ttreet 76 feet: thence west ha) feet to
a alike; then e south 76 feet to 'he line of
said truat property aforesaid; theuce east
ward 150 foil to the beginning.
Terms of Sale tine hall ouh; balance III
tlx months, note bearing Interest at 6 per
cent, from duta, with security required (
lien retained. This December 15, lKSti.
S I. .VrDO A KLL, Clerk and Master.
By B. F. Coleman, I). C. and M.
C. W. Heiskell, ao'ieitor.
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