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JIOXEY 8 PER CEST., XEW YORK
EXCIUNUFJ 14 PREMIUM.
Cotton Sta(Iy-Mltldllnf, 8 7-8e
Kales Teaterdaj, 150
Money in fiir tleaiapJ at 8 per cent.
Local eecnrit'ej dull.
Tke cotton market closed steady;
midJ'inv, 8,c. Bales, 150 bales. At
New York spoti were firm; mid
C. L. Graene 4 Co.'s report on cot
ton futures tayi: "There was a more
actire and generally firmer market,
Kith 5(? 6doIiiU gain in the price qnite
well sustained. The scant offering of
the past few days and a small tarn for
the bet'er at Liverpool started cover
ing ar.d gave the position its
At New Orleans spots closed steady,
middling SJc; futures steady, Jane
8.878 90c bid. At Liverpool spots
were dull, limited inquiry, middling
5d; futures s'eady, June 5.04d.
In the produce market eggs are
dull at ll12c. Other aiticles un
Two hundred and thiity five pkgs
bacon, 27l pkg8 boots and shoe?, 13,
500 bu corn, 50 sks eoflee, 131 ska
cotton seed, 17 pkgs dry goods, 46 pkps
eees, 175 brl Hour, 100 bales hay, 20
pVjja hats, 26 hd cattle, 43 hd horses
and mules, 50 pka la'd, 51,000 ft lum
ber, 10 pkgs liquors, 94 brls molesse,
1600 bu oat?, 3o brls onions, 5 brls po
ta'oe, 1 car pork sides, 230 brls sugar,
105 pkgs tobacco.
ELEVATOR KK PORTS.
The following shows the amount of
frain received, withdrawn and in store
y regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange to-day:
Corn received, 7327 bu; withdrawn,
7340 bu ; in store, 43,753 bu. Oate re
ceived, 6605 bu: withdrawn, 1733 bn ;
in store, 23,753 bu.
JOHN X.. NORTON
9 Madison St., McniphiH, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
OIL TRUST CERTIFICATES,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing-House report is as fol
lows: CXI A RINGS.
Tuesday, June 22d, $191,272 08;
thus far this week, $365,371 03; same
time last week, 1391,042 08; same
week last year, J32B.722 37; same
week in 1884, $221,675 20.
Tuesday, June 22d, $65,205 22;
thus far this week, $132,743 42;
same time last week, $68,957 70; same
week last vear, $110,141 06 ; same week
in 1884, $65,874 38.
New York sight on all points, par
baying, 1 premium selling; New
England demand, discount buying ;
New England sight, i discount; New
Orleans, i discount buying, par selling.
Bauk of Commerce-149 bid, 152 asked
First National 149 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 192$ bid, 195 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Flanters..l49 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank... 135 bid, 137J asked
Blufl City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 101 bid. 103 asked
Home - 72 bid, 75 asked
Memphis City 102) bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82 bid, 85 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 103 asked
Planters 105 bid, ... asked
Yanderbilt 21 bid, 22 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors - 20 asked
M. and C. R.R. sharee..31 bid, ... asked
M. A T. R.R. shares.. ..47 bid, ... asked
M. A C. consols, 7s. ..118 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lit m. 8a... 105 bid, ... asked
Miss.&T.R.R.cs,A...119 bid, 121 asked
Miss. &T.R.R.C8.B... 112 bid, 114 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 0 97 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s. 107 bid, 109 asked
Tax.Dist. 4, 6s 94 bid, 94 asked
Tax. Diet. 6s ...103 bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 96 bid, ... asked
Uananer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trust 30 bid. 31 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 22 bid, 25 asked
Mem.Stor.Com.Co-101 bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas stock -78 bid, 82 asked
Nw York, June 22. Money on call
easy at 13 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper 45c. Sterling ex
change dull. Actnal rates, 488 for 60
days' aud 488 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
quiet and strong today. State bands
were dull and nrm. Railroad bonds
were less adive. Sales, $193,750
Prices sympathized with the course of
the sbare market and were generally
stroog in toe morning but yielded in
the a'.ternoon, closing with irregular
changes. Coesapeake and Ohio, ser
ies A, are up 2, at 110; Rock Island
coupon 6p, 2, at 137; Houston and
Texas seconds, 2, at 90; Indianapolis,
Bloomington and Western tints, 2, at
101 ; Ohio aud Mississippi consols, 2,
at 123; Texas Central flrats of 1909, 4,
at 77; Mobile and Ohio firs s deben
ture, 2, at 58; and Peoria, Decatur and
Evansville incomes, 2, at 63.
St cksTae threatened striko of the
switchmn on the Lake Shore road
was a principal factor in the stock deal
ings, added to which were nnfav rable
crop repoitj and news of the extension
of the ra'e war in the Weet. Owing
to the scarcity of commercial bills, the
rates for sixty day bills were advanced
by the dealers in starling exchange
abroad. $350,000 in gold was engaged
for exportation. A general hesitancy
both on tie pa t of the buyers and
sellers resulted in cod fining the trans
actions and the fluctuations. The
market opened steady, the difference
either way not exceeding 4 per csnt.
The dealings were quiet throughout
the day, and though prices advanced
slightly in the mornirg there wrs
seme fevershncss, and the trading
was without regularity in its move
ment;. Pi ices sagged off in the after
noon, aud the lowest figures were
generally made in the last hour, al
though the market c'osed steady after
a s ight rally. Everything on the
active lis-, is lower, but generally only
for small fractions. Union Pacific is
down 1 i per cent , and Cleveland,
Columbus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis
one per cent. The Wabashes were
corspicuons exceptions to the general
market, being strorg throughout, at
the bujing,it was tupposed, being the
inside account of better prospects for
the company. The common strck is
on and the preferred f per cent.
Tbe total sales of storks todav were
245,618 shares, including Delaware
and Jiadon, 3155; Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western, 58,600 : Erie. 7310 ;
Kansas and Texai,9175; Lake Shore,
12,925; Louisville and Nashville, 4710;
Northwestern, 12,638; New York (An
tral, 62S0; Reading, U6,r20; St. Paul,
33,250; St. Paul and Omaha, 3760;
Texas Pacific, 3610: Union Pacific, 13,
775: Western Union, 9820; Wabash
Pacific, 10,800; Northern Purine, 3210;
Oregon Transcontinental, 8505.
U. 8. S, 102. 4i, coop, Wi.
4Hj, coup, lll'i. Pacific diollSie.lKH.
La. itampi, 4i,79. Minourl, At, 101 S.
lenn.ta, old, oO'f. lean. be. new, Mi.
Cant. Ph. lm, Den. A H.tt.liu, 121.
DeniR.li.W.l.u.VS. Brio aecoadi. lui.
M.K.AT.,Jen North. Pao. ltu, 11X
North. Ph. 2d!, Wa.N. Western eon., 142
N.Weit. deb. 6a. lW&.St.L.S.F.Uen.M, 110",
St. Paul, eon., 134. SI.P..C. A P. liU.121.
T. P. landrranta, 39. T.P..R.tJ.eicou. WS
U. P. lata, 11. Weit Shore, M'i.
Adami Eipreu, 140. Morrli A E., offd 112.
Allegheny Cen., . Nashville A C., 48.
Alton A T. li., 30. N. J. Central, MX.
A A 7. H., pfd., HI). Nor A W., pfd., 34.
American Ex., 1U7. Northern Pee., 7.
B. C. R. A N., 55. Northern P. pfd.,6
Canada Pac, 6tr. C. A N- W., llMi.
Canada Son.. 43. C. A N. W pfd. ,141!
Central Pacific, 4lS- N. Y. Central, lOfiH.
Chesapeake A 0 , '. N. Y. C. A St. L., i.
C. A0.,l8lpfd, IS1,. N.Y.St.L.C..p..a.
C. A O.. 2d p(d., 11X. Ohio Central, -
v. A a., m. unto s mu.,
C. A A , I'ld., 10.
" t a. 7i t t.'
O. k Miss., ifd., tto.
C, St. L. A N. O., . Oregon Nt., Wi.
C,, at.L. A P., 11. Oregon Tram.,
C, St. L. A P. p.,2U. Oregon Imp., 22.
C, S. A C , 35. Paeilie Mail, 5V.
C.A C, MU. Panama. Wl.
Del. A llud.. m-i- Peoria, D. it E., 2V,i
Del., L, A W., 1WH. Pittiburg.lal.
Den. A Kio U., la'4, Pullman P. C, 136.
Erie, 2"'. Heading, 2.
trie Pta., 62M. Rock Island, 12.
Kat Tenn., 33. St. L. A S. F., 2JS.
Kant Tenn. pld. 2. St. L. A S. F., p., 49.
Fort Wayne, 144S. St.L.A S.F..lt p, 111.
Hannibal A St. Jo., C. M. A St. P., UK
U. A St. Jo., pfd., - C. M. A St. P..p. 122S
Harlem. 225. St. P., M. A M., 11J
Houston A T.. 33 St. P. A Omaha, 4h.
Illinoia Cen., m St.PaulAU.Pfd., 113..
Ind., 11. A W.. -2. Texas Pacific 11 Vi.
Kansas It T., 3t. Vnion Pacific, V't.
Lake K. A W.. 12'i. U. S. Exuress. 64.
Lake Shore, 85VJ. W'., St. L. 4 P., lSi.
Lou. A Nash., 4i'i.
Lou. AN. A., liJi.
W.,8t. L. iP.,P..3UHi
W. A P. E
M. A C. first litd.. .W. U. Tel.. lilB.,
M. A C. pfd., . Colorado Coal, 2i.
Mom. A Char., 36. Hoinestake, 21.
Mich. Cen., Til. Iron Silver, W.
M., L. S.A W., T. UnUrio, 3ci.
Min. A St. L., 21'. Quicksilver.pfd, 23,
Min. A St. L.i.fdTVS.South Pacific .
Missouri Pcific,lo8. Sutro, 11.
Mobile A Ohio, 14H.
London, June 22 Coneols, 101 5-16
for money, and 101 for the account.
United t-tates bonds, 4i, 127; do. 4s,
Paris, June 22. Three per cent,
rentes 83', 5c for the account.
St. Louis, Mo., June 22. Bank clear
ings, 124,770,249; balances, $330,
637. Exchange on New York eaeier
ut 75c premium.
Chicaoo, III., June 22. The Asso
ciated Bank clearings for the day were
Nxw York, June 22. Exchangee,
$102,642,174; balances, $4,907,689.
Boston, Mass., June 22. Exchangee,
$15,116,258; balances, $2,003,172.
Baltimore, Md., June 22. Bank
cleariDg?, $1,699,728; balances, $275,
424. Philadelphia, Pa., June 22. Ex
changes, $9,795,382; balances, $1,540,
398. COTTON MARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and closed steady; middling,
8jc. Sales, 150 bales, of which 50 to
to spinners and 100 to exporters.
Ordinary 7J 7
Good Ordinary.... 7J 7i
Low Middling 8 8:
Middling 8 8,
Good Middling.... 9 9i
Middling Dair 10 10
Fair.- Nom. Nom.
Dusty .6ifa8 6j8
Stains, tinges 78 7,(8
Miufhis, June 22, 1886.
Stock Sept 1,1885...... 1,392
Keceivea to-day 55
Received previously. ..541 ,869 543,316
Shipped to-day 265
Shipped previously.... 518,606
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and O. R. R
L. and N. R. R
M. and L. R. R. R
Wagons and other sources.
Thus far this week 1,471
Thus far last week 4,036
Since September 1st 518,871
New York spots opened quiet, and
closed firm. Sales, 946 bales. Quota
tions as follows :
Good ordinary. 1
Low middling. 8 11-16
Good middling. PJ
Middling fair.10 5-16
Fair 10 15-16
. 8 11-16
New York futures ODened quiet and
cloned firm. Sales, 65,700 bales.
The closing quotations were as fol
9.08 9 10
9.02 9 03
9.09 9 10
Jane 9.13 9.15
An gust, 9.321
October 9 09i
November... 9 04(S
December ...9 07(
April 9.33 9.44
The New Orleans
opened quiet, and closed quiet;
middling 8jc. Sales, 600 bales. Quo
tations were as follows:
Ordinary .'. 7J 7i
Good ordinary 7? 7
Low middling.. , 8 8
Middling 8J 8
Good middling- 9J 9
The New Orleans future market
opened dull but s'eady, and closed
steady. Sales, 7300 bales. Quoti
tions were as follows:
8.94 8 95
8 9604 8.97
8 67 8.6S
8 94 8.95
8 74 8.75
8.6104 8 65
8 63 8 64
8 735) 8.74
8.84 8 85
8 li-Hy 8 64
December. 8 66 8i'
January 8.76(4 8.77
February... 8.8904 888
March - 8.9S 9.00
DAILY POBT AND INTERIOR MARKETS.
! Tone. I Rue. iPnuea
Receipts at ports, thia day, 1S.S6. 2305
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 93
R'ts U. 8
p'rts 4 d'ys
Ex. Ur. Hi
R'ts Sept. 1.5,282,804 4,703,919
For'gn Ex l4,038,24213,693,213
Increase ol receipts thia rear....57S,2S5
At noon Liverpool spots were dull ;
limited irquiry; middling, 5jd. Sales,
8000 bales, of which American 6700
bales. Receipts, 13,000 of which
The following are the closing quo
tations: Ordinary, 4 5-16d; good
ordinary. 4Jd; low middling, 4 15-10d;
good middling, 5; middling uplands,
ojd ; middling Orleans, 5 3-10d.
Manchester cloths steady, with little
doing. Yarns quiet with limited in
quiry. Thf prim are jiim in pence and 64(,
thin: 4 63 meatui 4 63-64?; and 5 01
meunt 5 l-64f.1
At noon: Liverpool futures were
irregular and no quotations were
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
dull; June, 5 03d buyers; June-July,
6 03d buyers; July-August, 5 04d
sellers; Augu6t-8epteiuters, 5 05d
sellers; September October, 5 Old buy
era; October-November, 4 62d buy
ers; No veniber-December, 4 61d buy
ers; December-January, 4 6ld buyers;
September, 5 05d value.
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
steady; June, 5 Old sellers; June
July, 5 Old sellers; July-August,
5 04d buyers; August-September,
5 05d sellers; September-October,
5 02d seller; October-November,
4 62d buyers; November-Dtcember,
4 62d value; December-January,
4 62dvalne; September, 5 03d buy
ers. GENERAL TRADE.
The following is the record -of the
bids and offers at the session of the
Call Board of the Merchants' Ex
No. 2, white, spot, 1 car sold at
38 Jc; June, 38c bid; July, 38c bid;
August, 38c bid; year, 35c bid No. 2,
spot, 35Jc bid, 37c asked; Juno, 351o
bid, 37c asked; July, 36 asked;
August, 37 Jc asked; year, 34c bid, 36c
No. 2, spot, 30c bid ; June, 30c bid,
82c asked; July, 30c asked; August,
29c asked ; year, 29c asked.
Jane, $11 bid; July, $9 bid, $10
asked; year, $9 50 bid.
Spot, $2 lOasked ; June, $2 05 asked ;
July, $2 05 asked; August, 2 05
asked ; year, $1 90 asked.
BREADS! Ur FN.
Corn White, 47c ; mixed, 46c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c; mixed, 40c.
Hay Choice,f rom store, 85c ; prime,
75 80c; prairie, 50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $14 14 50;
prime, $1313 50; prairie, $8048 60.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38 Jc,
from store; ronnd lots from levee on
track white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
sacked, 35 Jc.
Bban trom store, 85c per cwt;
round lots from levee, $14 75(316 per
Beans Navy, $1 75 2; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
Cornmeal Standard, $2 252 35;
pearl, $3 253 50 from store,5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track. '
Rice Louisiana, 4J6c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Flour In car lots, double extra,
$33 50; triple extra, $3; family,
$3 75044; choice, $44 25; fancy,
$4 254.50; extra fancy, $4 604 90;
patents, $5 255 65; froai store
family, $44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 65(34 90; extra fancy, $5
5 25 ; patents, $5 506 25. ' ,
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
Hominy and Grits From store,
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7 Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c ; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c ; as
sorted fumbles, 9c. .
Kansas City, Mo., June 21, Wheat
quiet; No. 2 red, cah and July. 58c
bid; Anguet, 59c bid. 59 2c asked.
Corn quiet ; N6. 2, cah, 25Je asked ;
July, 26c bid ; August, 27c bid, 27 Jc
asked. Oats nominal ; July, 22c bid,
New Orleans June 22. Flour
demand light, but holders firm ;choico,
$3 904; fancy, $4 104 20; extra
fancy, $4 404 50; Minnesota and
winter wheat patents, $55 25. Corn
quiet but steady; mixed, 44?y45c;
yellow, 48c; white, 480449c. , Oato
quiet 35c. Cornmeal dull and lower,
$2 15.. Hay steady; prime, $1415;
choice, $15 50 16.
St. Louis, Mo., June 22. Flour
quiet and steady; XXX, $2 402 50;
family, $2 752 85 ; choice, $3 253 40 ;
fancy, $3 653 75 ; extra fancy, $3 85
044 10; patent. $4 404 80. Wheat
dull and weak; the market opened
easy and prices fell off jc, ruled easy
nntil near the close, when a partial
recovery occurred and closed small
fractions lower than yesterday:
No. 2 red, cash, 78c; June, 77:;
July, 73I74c, c'oaing at 74c b.d;
August, 7475c, closing at 74 jc; Sep
tember, 76t76c. ctoeing at 76Jc
Corn very dull and easier, closing j
c lower than yesterday ; No. 2 mxtd,
cash, 30j(?31Jc; June, 30jc; July,
SOJc bid; August, j32J32Jc, closing
at 32c: September, 33i33Jc, closing
at 33i33Jc. Oats very doll and
bare'y steady: No. 2 mixed, cash, 26 J
27c; July, 24c bid; August, 21 Jc;
September, 24 c bid. Rye easy at
52c asked. Barley no 'maiket Hay
blow and weak; prairie, $1 507;
timothy, fSjtjlO. Flaxseed firmer,
$1 03. Bran stfady at 4"c. Corn
nral eisy, $1 95. Receipts Flour,
.'5000 brls ; wheat, 7000 bu ; corn, 24,
(XK) bu; oats, 14,000 bu; rye, 2000 bu;
barley, none. Shipments Flour,
5000 brls ; wheat, 2000 bu : corn, 10,000
bu; oats, 1000 bu; rye, 2000 bu; bar
Afternoon Board. Wheat Steady and
APPEAL WEDNESDAY, JUXE 23, 188(i.
uncoangeu. i..orn espv Rid ,j.jo
lower. u..is a eliade l"er.
Chicaoo, Ili . June 22. The early
ollerinir" in w .eat was one of weak
ness. The market opened i lower at
74jc for Angum, and fell off to 74c,
but rallied on good buying to 75c,
again broke ot! to inside figures, ral
lied gin to 75 5-16c, and cioed at 1
o'clock well up t) the la'est fi mires of
ye tnday. Ti e fet-ling was quite firm
on the afternoon board, and closing
at 75 3 ltic. S.'tue reports of injury to
wheat in the coithwee, and that the
winter wheat yield bad been over
estimated, added to the late r tone of
firmnesi. Corn ruled quiet but steady
except for cish, which showed a de
cline of c Oats ruled dull and
heavy, and closed slightly Ion jr.
Four quiet and unchanged. Wheat
fairly active and averaged lower,
closing Jc under yesterday. Sales
ranged: June, 7'J(V 72'c. closed
at 72 13 16c; July, 72j73 9 16c, closed
at 73 Jc ; August, 74J75 6-16c, closed
at 75 l-16c; No. 2 spring, 7272Jc,
closed, 72J72Jc; No. 3 s
pring, 62c Cora quiet and
a dude lower for cash; (ash,
34c; June. 34J342c, cloted at 341c;
July, S434 15-160, closed at 84 jc;
August, 35j3tic, closed at 36 l-16c.
Oats dull and easy; cash, 26 Jc; July,
2 Jc; August, 26c. Rye dull; No. 2,
56c. Barley nominal ; No. 2, 5O0J63c.
Flaxseed bteady; No. 1, $108). Re
ceiptsFlour, 10,000; brla; wheat,
23,000 bu; e-rn, 262,000 bn; oate,
10S.O0O bu; rye, none; barley, 4000
bu. Shipments Flour, 8000 brls;
wheat, 23.000 bu; corn, 146,000 bu;
oats, 93,000 bu; rye, none; parley,
Afternoon Board.-Wheat firmer; Au
gust, 75 13 16c. Corn lirmer; August,
30Jc. Oats steady; August, 27Jc.
Bpttkr Creamery, 30(aJ34c; dairy,
1520c; butterine, 1315c; country,
12J18c. according to condition.
Cheese Prime tints, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 12 Jc; Y. A.
Mk88 Pork New,$l010 25 per bar
rel; sugar-cured hams, packed, 11 J
lljc; breakfast bacon, 8 10c; clear
rib bacon, 6J( ,7c.
Bulk Pork Clear sides, 6J6Jc;
clear rib sides, 6J(S6Jc; long clear, 6
'ijc; shoulders, 5Jc.
Lard Tierces, 66Jc; half-barrels,
6J6je; kegH, 6jc; buckets, 66c;
half-buckets, 77c; choice kettle, 7j
Frksu Meats No. 1 beef, 8Jc; Mut
ton, 9c; hindquarters ol beef, 10c;
St. Louis, Mo June 22. Provi
sionssti ong but only moderately ncti ve.
Pork firm, $925. Lard steady, $585.
Bulk meats, etiong and higher; loose
lots long clear, $5 60; short ribs,
$5 70; snort clear, $5 85; boxed lots
long cltar, $5 70; short ribs, $5 80;
short clear, 15 950. Bacon scarce
and firmly bsld at higher prices; long
clear, $6 156 20; thort rib, $5 30
5 35; short clear, $6 456 50. Hams
steady and firm at 10 12c. Butter
Suiet and steady; creamery, 1415c;
airy, 11 13c. Eggs steadier at 8J9c.
Chicago, 111., June 22. Mess pork
active and firm; casn$8 959; July,
$8 958 97; August, $9 069 10'
closed at $9 05 9 07 J. Lard easier
and 2Jc lower; cash, $6 156 17J ; July,
$6 17J6 20; August, $6 256 30.
Short rib sides Bteady ; cash, f 5 65
6 67 J. Boxed meats fairly active
and higher; dry salted shoulders, $5 15
5 20: short clear sides, $5 950.
On the Produce Exchange butter rnled
weak; creamery, 1215jc; dairy, 10
13c. Eggs, 9J10c.
Afternoon Board. Pork firm; An
gus', $9 05. Lard iinu; August,
$6 27 1
Oorpkb Common,99 jc ; ordinary,
9j10Jc; prime Rio, 10)llc; choice
to fancy, 11 J 12 Jc; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20c.
Soap 3)6c per pound.
Sugar Pure white, 6 jc; off white,
65c; yellow, 6J6c; open kettle,6J
5jc; refined A, 0 jc; granulated. 7
74c; powdered, 7Jc; cnt loaf, 7J7jc
Salt $1 25 per barrel ; sacks, fine,
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock
ets, bleached, 27c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 20 30c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c; common to fair, .20
25c: prime to choice, 30 33c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c
Tobacco Common. 11-lnch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 35 85c.
Snuff -Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case: R. R., $9 50.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels. 7J8Jc.
Candles Full weight, 1010ic
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en : Pineapples, $1 351 65 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 35 1 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 251 35;3-lb,;$l 151 30; straw
berries, $1 35 1 40 ; raspberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 601 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70; asparagus, $2 604; green corn,
$11 35 ; green peas, $1 551 65 ; cove
oysters, lull weight, 1-lb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $6.
Baltimore, Md., June 22. Coffee
quiet bnt firm. Sugar dull ; open ket
tle, choice, 5Jc ; strictly prime, 5J
5Jc; fully fair to prime, 5 5 16c; cen
trifugal, choice white, 61-16c;prime
Sellow clantted, bjo; second, 4jc.
olasaes dull ; open kettle, good prime
to strictly prime, 32c; centrifugals,
prime to strictly prime, 1519c.
New York, June 22. Coffee spot
fair Rio dull at 9jc; options about 10
points lower and active ; sales, 30,750
bags ; June and July, 7.607.65c ; Au
gust, 7.60c; September, 7.607.65c ;
October, 7.55: November, 7.657.60oj
December, 7.607.65c; January, 7.6004
7.65c February, 7 65c. Sugar steady
and quiet; refined steady; C, 4J5c;
extra C, 5J5jc; white, extra, 5 7-16
5 9-1 6c; off A, 6c; cut loaf and
crushed, 6jc. Molassea firm and quiot;
50-test, 17f18c. Rice steady and
Apples Dried apples, 34c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Peas $1 501 75 per bushel.
Vegetables Onions, $3 from
store; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4060c per 100. Turnips, 50c
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none ;
California, $4; Messina, $3 605 per
box; Imperials, $55 50 per box.
lemons, $67 per box. Bananas
$12 50 per bunch. Cocoanute,
$4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, 7Jc;
Tennessee, farmers' stock, 34c;
roasted, 2c higher; shelled, 10c. Al
Pickles In iars, pints, 95c; quarts
l 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75; loose, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
Ratbins London layers, $3 40 ; lay
ers, $2 75 ; California, ; Imperial,
i Potato eh New, $1 752.
j Pecans Texss, 810c for small to
medium, liHc io.- large; Arkansas,
A' alnuts French, 12c; Naples,I5cj
Grenobles, IV. Filberts. 12c.
Cider Misoouri, $7047 50 per bar
rel an.i $l(V.i M per half-barrel; Vine
gar, ll16t Hr gallon.
PomTRv Old hens, $2 75; mixed.
2t2 50; young chickens, $1J)
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4MK45; No. 2. $3 25(43 50; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-ib kit. No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 50c. Dry herTinus,
family, 3do per box.
Game liaiue fish, ll12c.
Eoos Quiet at ll12c.
COTTOS HEEO OIL, ETC
Seed IVliverod at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
boat), $6; wagon at mills, $8; Meal
Prime (f.o.b.), $140)14 50 per ton. Less
than car-load lota, $16. From store,
90c per sack. Cake Nominal, $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crude C. S. oil, 22c; prime sum
mer yellow, 260u27e; off-summer yel
low, 2325c; miners' ; choice
cooking summer yellow, 2830c; off
New Orleans, La., June 22. Cotton
seed products firmer, but not quotably
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint. 12J15c; dry
salt, 1012c; green salt,6J8o; grevn,
6o;6o; deerskins, 150417c Bct'swax,
2021c; tallow, 3:ijc.
RAOUINU AN D TIES, ETC.
Bagging Jute, PWllc; flag, 9
lOJo, accordingto weight. Ties, $1 20.
Nails $2 25042 35.
HOUSE AND Ml LEW.
Horses Good driving, $150225;
good saddle, $14O0iV!OO; plugs, $35
80; good mares, $85 140.
Mi lks 11 to 15, $U0135; 15 to
15J, $125tl(); 15J to 10,$15()175.
Good demand; supply fc;r.
WHISKY, WINES, I.IltOKS, ETC.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 t)6; rye, $1 750j)6; domes
tic, 90c$l 60.
St. Louis, Mo., June 22. Whisky
at $1 10.
Chicago, III., June 22. Whisky
steady ut $1 14.
Cincinnati, O., June 22. Whisky
steady at $1 10. Sales of 448 barrels
of finished goods on this basis.
Coal Oil Prime whito, wholesale
lota, 11c per gallon.
LIVE NIOl ti,
Oattlb Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 44jc; good,
3j4je; choice grass-fed, 33je;
good, 3043c; fair to medium, 2J
2jc; common, 12c.
Hogs Choice, Jtj4c; good, 3j
3 jc; common, 33Jc,
Sheep Choice, 34c; medium, 3
3Jc; common, $11 50. Choice
lambs per pound, 55Jc.
New Orleans, La., June 22. Hog
products unsettled but generally
higher. Pork, $9 62). Lnrd-retlned,
tieme, 5 jc. Itiilk-meata shoulders
scarce at 52c ; long clrnr and clear rib,
5jc. Bacon shoulders, 5jn; long
clear, 6c; clear ribs, 6.45c. Hams
choice sugar cured canvassed, 10 jc.
Kansas CiTY,Mo.,Jone 22. The Live
Stork Indicator reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 15 head ; shipments, 6 15 head :
good cattle active and 10c higher ; com
mon slow; choice to fancy, $5(ii!5 25;
fair to good, $4 604 90; common to
medium, $4. 4 40; stackers and feed
ers, $3 254 20; cows, 2 403 50.
Hogs Receipts, 9895 bead ; shipments,
2414 head; market active; good to
choice 10c higher ; good to choice, f 4 10
4 30; medium to fair, $3 90 4 05;
common, $3 603 75. Sheep re
ceipts, 95 head ; shipments, none : mar
ket steady; good to choice, $2 75043 50;
common to medium, $1 502 50.
Chicago, III., June 22. The Drover'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts, 4400
head; shipments, 1600 head; market
opened 501 10c higher, but later the ad
vance was lost. Shipping steers, 950 to
1500 pounds, $3 75045 50; stockers and
feeders a shads higher, $2 60044 00;
cows, bulls and mixed, 2 004 25;
through Texas cattle, $3 154 50;
prices 10c higher. Hogs Receipts,
16,000 bead; shipments, 2500 head;
market active and 10c higher; rough
and mixed, $1 JO 4 35. packing and
shipping. $4 30044 50; light $4 25
4 40; skips, $2 753 90. Sheep
Receipts, 1500 head ; shipments,
none; market active and a shade
higher; natives, $2 37 1044 50; western.
$3 253 75; Texans, $2 252 75;
lamba per head, $1 603 25.
NEW YORK DHT UOODS MAUKKT.
New York. June 22. The expoita
of domestic goods continue to main
tain the increase established early in
the year, and for the past week have
been 9563 packages, against 4309 the
tame week last year, and for the ex
pired portion of the ytar amount to
113,069, against 91.C04 for the samel
a: 1 . . l.i . I 1 .
uiue lam ytur, uuiiik iuo infi)i in
any previous ear. For a tarny Tues
day there has been a more general
than nsual good business in bleichod,
brown and colored cottons, cotton
flannels, some dark prints, also wool
flannel blankets, dress fabrics, under
wear, bolsery and fancy knit woolens,
with more nquiry for Kentucky jeans,
and current values steady to tt-ong.
To all who arc interim from the errori an
lndlioretloni of rontb nervoni weaknen,
early deoar, Ion of manhood, ate., I will
lend a reolpe that will cure too. FRKK Of
C11ARUB. Thli rreatremedw iu dlicoTer
ad by a mliilonary in Booth America, bend
elf-addrened enrelep tohe He. Jueiri
T. !! Slnliim ft. rT-'n T"
ON the M day of May, lKdfi, the firm of
GRKUK k ADA.MK, Attorney!, wu dii
E. F. ADAMS.
a. r. iDim lacbbkcb lmb.
Attorneyg at Law,
No. 10 HiMllaoa 'fit., lnphl, Tni,
Practice In the State and Fedcrnl CuurU of
Tennemee. Arlmnat and Miii'li.
Notice to Contractors.
ST. liMUIH, A RK AKlJTfXAH KaILWAT,
Vr Fit' Or THK VltlRr in r.nn..
Tkxakkana, Tri., June 1W, 1SH6,
SEALED propofnli addrened to the Chief
Kncineer ut the tit. Louif , Arkaniai and
Toiai railway, No. 4m .Market ureet, bt.
Louil, Mil, Hill be received until li i olnclc
noon of the 7th ot July, l;, for the con
itruction "f a lUunll,nue and Machine
Shoix at Pine Illuff, Ark. l'nM'oiats to have
the envolo iudomcd, "Poi)oial for
Rnundhou"e and Machine Sbopa at Pine
Blutf." The following it an approximate
4,P ii cu. yantu ol Kxcavntion.
- Zm,im It. 11. M. Lumber.
l,.VO,( 0 Urirk.l
KUKS'iuareiof Wravel Rooflni.
Plani and specification! enn be seen at tbe
general office of the Company, corner ol
Fourth and Market itreeta, St. Louin, Mo.,
at the office ol V. II. Houliihan, M inter oi
Trnniportation, l'ine Bluff, Ark., andat tbil
The Company reierve the right to reject
any or all bid..
R. L. VAN SANT. Chief Enmneer.
W. B- CBi'arroa, Uen. Sup't.
I RIVERS AM STEAMBOATS
Frian Point...... Jmn L, 5 p.m.
White Hirer . I'nirin.i, S p.m.
Oiceola Co .Hoki, 5 r m,
Arkaniu City Kati A iiaii, 5 p.m.
Vicksbunc - C't of Pa.irioaxcs, "p.t).
Tlptonrille iijVo. 5 p.m.
8t. Louil I'm n ViiupHii, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati . ..Jinn W.OArr, i p.m.
HOVIJt.MN At Ttlt LEVEE.
ArritiiU. D. H. Powell, (St. Louis;
City of St. tonie. ft. IxmU; City of
New Uileans, New Orlnana.
Deiarutre. 1). R. Powell, Vicks
burg; City of Ht. Ix)ui, New Orb ana;
Rene Macro ady, St. Francis River: R.
L. Cebb, Arkantas rier; City of New
Orleans, 6t. l.oii s
Boatt in Port. Chickasaw.
Boat Du4 Dotm. Coahoma aud
James W. Uaff.
BoaitDut Vp. James Lfe.
D. K. Powell 10 tons of merchan
dise. I'lJTlBE MOVEHEN114.
The Anchor Line packets tomorrow
evening ate City of Providence for
VickBburg and Hello Memphis for St.
The Chickasaw, Capt. K. C. Postal,
is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Whito river. CM. Postal
and John Childress are her clerks.
Ths Coal oni, ("apt. Henry Cooper,
's the packet this evening at 5
o'clock fir Osceola and the upper
bends. Win. Ninither is in her otlice.
Tub Juntos Leo, (apt. Thomas Clag
gett, is the iacket this evening at
6 o'clock fur Ho'en, Friars Point and
at. way landings. Will Achford is in
, The Oaycss, Capt. W. P. Hall, is
(he packet tomorrow evening at 5
o'clock for Hales Point, Tiptonville
and all way landings. II. O. Michell
is in her otlics.
Tun Kate Adams, Cupt. Murk Pn
Cheek, Is the L'uited States mail
packet tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W. C ii'anker is in her
Tiik James V. (iatr, Capt. John 8.
Jones, is the packet to-morrow even
ing at 5 o'clock for Cairo, Louisville,
Cincinnati and all wav landings on
the Ohio river. 11. C. ilruceaml I-ew
Uriggs are her clerks.
Weather clear and warm.
Maj. John D. Adams left by rail
yesteiday evening for Little Rock,
The Rene Mucreidy depaifedon
lime last evening for Kt. Francis river.
Tiik K. L. Cobb cleared lant evening
for Arkansas liver with a good show
ing of freight.
Tub City of Kt. Louis passed down
yfstoiday evening for New Orleans
ith Mil) tons freight.
The W. W. O'Neal, with a tow of
empty bnrgrs, pawed np yeeterday
evening for the Ohio river. .
The D. R. Powoll parsed down yes
terday afternoon for Vicksburg. Mho
discharged here lit) tons of freight and
added 25 tons.
Tiir river at this point marks ID
foot fi tenths by the gauge, or '-'0 feet
0 tenths above low water mark, a rise
of 4 tenths in 21 hours.
The City ol New Orleans passed up
yestuiday afternoon for Ht, Louis with
a fair trip. Hhe discharged a good lot
of miscellaneous freight at the eleva
tor. KIVKR4 AMD WBATUEK.
Office Hiohal Nbrvicb, TJ. ti. A.,!
Mkmtiiib, June -'t, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75s meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOtlis lOths lOtha
Cairo...- 26 0 1
Chattanooga ... 12 2 10
Cincinnati 19 4
Davenport 3 5 1
Dubuque 5 2 2
FortHmith 5 11 4
Keokuk 3 9 - 1
Helena 2tl 7 6
La Crosse 6 2 2
Ixnven worth... 14 1 - 2
Little Rock 6 6 3
Iioulsville 8 0 8
.Memphis 20 4
Nashville 17 2 1
New Orleans... 12 3 3
Omaha 12 2
Pittsburg 3 5 8
St. liOtiis 15 5
Ht. Paul 6 1
Khrevoport 3 8 2
Vicksburg 2U 9 ft -
Dainer I. lor Feet and tenth! of a foot
above aero of gauo:
Cairo, 40 feet. Chattanooga. 33 feet.
Cincinnati, SO. Davenport, 1.1.
IJubu'iue, Hi. Fort Hiuith, ti,
Keokuk, 14. jlelena, .
La Croaae, 24. Leavenworth, 70.
Little Rock, Zl. Louiiville, IB.
Memphii.M. New Orleans 13. J.
Naihville,4U. Pittahnra. 'ii.
Omaha. 18. Bt. Paul, 7.
Ht. Louil, 32. Vickaburi, 41.
Snreveport.ZH. Yankton, 24.
Pittsburo, Juno 22. Noon River 6
f-et 4 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather mild and ra'ny.
Whrelino, W.VA.,June 22. Noon
River 6 feet 5 Inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather cool and rainy.
Cincinnati, Jure 22. No-n River
19 fee' 5 incheaou the gauge aud rising.
Weather, raining; thermomtter "0.
CAiuo.Jnne22. Noon River26 feet
on the gauge and rising. Weather
cloudy and cool. No arrivals. De
parted: City uf Cairo, Bt. Louis.
Evansville, Ind., June 22. Noon
River falling, with 12 feet 5 inches on
thegaoge. Departed: James W. Oaff,
Memphip, 8 a.m.; Paris C. Brown.New
Orleans, 11 a.m. The Paris C. Brown
was fully loaded.
A I TIHIS IMPORTATION.
MEMPHIS, TE.., 1SSO.
STOCKMEN, farmer!, dnirym,n, and all
fancier! of tola funioun anil favorite
breed, are informed thatfihe above ihipmeiit
will coiupriie a very choice assortment ol
BI LLS (IS month! old) ; YEARLINU II EIF
ERStto calve early in ltT): CALVES (of
both lexoa and dropied this iprinn).
All pure bred and eelected by noted iudnoi
with the icreatcst care from wol'- known but
ter faiiiiliea wilh hinh-cliuK uiilkitiK strains.
Pnrtiei wantin itrictly Brt-clnii aniini.li
for foundation tock to lui'.-rfully e.iatilih
a held, are cordially invited to correspond..
Our price! will b, foond reiionable pec'ml
terma torordori. Applyfor full inforniaUn
,o ADAMhON RONALKSilN,
M Lendenhall ilrcet. London. Knulund.
HOWNN lKOSi III ITEKH W AN
oed by Mn. Kate Stcpheueo n, Fey
ton avenue. Memphii, Tenn., in rne of the
most ftubborn caes of chilli she ever knew
an lit cured, bite cave it to. hor children
wilh stood reiulti in. bowol 'Vtiorder and Jr'-pepiia.
jifiuijiiis a. ciniinnaii x
Vf 1 , t . , . 1
FOB 0 DATS OXLT
ltnclcje State, Ohio Jas. W. 9afi.
- Thii Company will iell ROl'ND TRIf
flCKETi Iroiu Memphu to Louiiville,
Ln innMi, and all tasters Citiel, at
greatly Hidaced Rate!.
r Ticket! Include Meali and Srita-rocoag,
heturn ticketi itood on any boat in the lio
Each boat cairiea a Fine btrinc Band.
B0A73 LEAVE MEMPHIS
Xondajs and Thnrsdajs at i P.X.
For Informatlea inquire of C. B RC5
SKLL, Aa,nt, 12 Madnon itnet, Memphia.
Tenn. R. W. WISH. Pup'l.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ht. Lwbiw na.t Nw Orlrane A ncti!
Miall-CAIKO X T. LotllJ.
Oen. Baker.. mailer.'
Will leave the Elevator TUl LbDAi, juni
!Mth, at 6 p.m. Torlriht or paiiaae appl !
M AT. 1. 1 I'll,, ft ft. " MIIKll.Mll'l
lit. I.owla anil New Orlrnna Aarhot
l.lue-l . n. Matl.-VUH VlCKbllU Rt.
City of Providence,iv,r1
tlco. Carvell . ...muter, tMKM-J
leave the Kltwator lilt Juni
mh, alii p.m. i'or freight or paniax apilj
O. I,. It il i !'. Avt. Af ST'iHM. Ai-nt.
KOR T1PTO N VJJ.LK.
For Oioeola. lliilei Point, I'arutberivilla,
Uayonu an.i 1 iptonville lbe newiten nai
W. P. Hall maiter I J. P. Fuller olerk,
niu leave n above, anJ all
II leave in ntov. an J nil wur poinu.
BUY MONDAY and THl'KMJAY t !
i . Fof yrlght or mamrw mntyon honrj
taeiiHlkla,t i-iar. vtnan nuo n-ui.jiii
nil neiwuli, livtirt.iiJiiny.
for lielena, Ulendale, Kriarr PoM asdjal
Way Landlnit titeiuie I
J. Q. Cooper, Diaitr. ...J. W. 8mni.eri.cii il
Will teavo ai aoove on every MoNOA i,
WKDMtriDAYind FR1UAV. al 3 o'olock.
For Randolph, Fulton, Oioeola and Wai
Con ho mn, sSi
R. T. Ulamlt... mailer I Piatt KhoJ.i.oirJ
Leavei every MUNUAY. WEPN t.i.'AI
and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boat! of Ihfi
line reierve the riiht to pan all latdta
the "apt ln may deem aniafe. Office, N !. i
WaHl.oe.t .1 MKS LKK. .!., Sur'l. .
MtMiiiihiV White ltlTor 1'kt.ttM
rr 'laronilnn. Ir valla BlafT. Ba . t
Arc, Auauita. cienrey, Newport, Jackion ; 1
port, llaieiviile and all Way Landinsii
NTH. t HK'KANaW, ,fl
R. 0. 1'iiital ' r.iT ''T .:
Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY ai ip.m ;
NTK. AI.IIKKTA NO I, . 1TI f
Albert B. biiiith i TTrTI V'
Will leav EVKUY BAll RDAY at o p.m ;
ihrouvh rate, aiven to all polnti. rreigtit k
oonngned to the Memphii and White Rivet
1'irioi i ii.,.ii meinpnii or ierrene, win o,
forwarded P'omptly, For aaneral informa
tion apply at office, No. JMadimn it., or to
Call Telephone V!. It, C. l,oW K. Air't.
i . t 1 . . !. -J
FOll WHITE 11IVE11.
MKMPIIIS It WHITE RIVER P'KI
Freddie Robinson, .zZi
M. It. llarry...,,. mailer.
For Helena, Terrene. DeValli Bluff, Dei Art
Auiulta, Searcy, Newport and Dateiville
Will leave ai above SATURDAY at & p.m
Through ratei to all nolnti. Freight eoa
ligned to Milt Harry Line, Memphii, will b
promptly forwarded. W. J. P. DOYLE. ,
Office f2 Mndlnon M. Telephone jf.T.
The St.Franela Illver Transnortatlo:
Oo.'i Fin tlide-W heel V. 8. Mail Steaat '
Rene Macready, rK
WILL Ll;lV ft MKMeuis SVKK!
v a uiucb, ivr muiauDa. tn vifufi, an
Intermedial, landing, on Ht. Kranelg rival
Th, captain reiervei the right to pan a
landing! he deemi nmafe. JAN. LKK, Jr.
Snimelntenden 'Ifflee, Ne. 4 Madlpon It
Hemphls and Vlcksnurir Packet Com
patiT U. 8. Mall Line.
For Helena. Concordia, Terrene and Arkaa '
gal flllv The elegant pauenger gteairer
KATE ADAMS. tlZZ
M. R. Cheek. ..maiur I W, 0. Blank.r...oler
EVERY MONDAY and ltlUP.SDAT, all
tMi4a aaf tlU ciM
9tlUl ft raw
No. laMit, D. Chancerv Court ot SLelk
county. Mat ol Teni enee ve- L. U
Cobb el el.
BY virtue of Interlocutory decree! for lalg
entered ia the above caune on the A't
day ot Jane nd Mb day -I November. lNt
M. B. 4, P. .Iiio.and M. ii I). page 111. Iwii
iell at publicauction, to the highest biddel
in Ironl of the Clerk an I .Maiter'a otli.
oonrthouieo Shelby county, Memphii, lea
Naiuniajr, Jaly lit, 1 ,
within legal hnu-i, the following deiorlbe
property, litoaUd io Shilby ooanty, lea
Lota, block M, fronting 50x171) feet, lout
llde of Oeorgia itreet.
l'art lot 1, block 41, beginning on lout
llde of Vanoe itreet W eet eaet of the oorne
of tit. Martin itreet; tbanne eait with Vans
Itreet 7(1 leet; thence louth "0 feet; thenc
weit 70 feet; thence north 60 feet to the t
Lot If, block 64, beginning oa the wei
llde of Hernando itreet at northeait corn,
of laid lot; thence weatwirdly with the lia
of J.M. Wllinn'i lot lMteet to the east lis
ol ti. Moiby'i lot i thence louth with lal
line 21 feet; thence eaatwardly with Uenr
No an'i line to Uernaido itreet; theno
north with laid itreet 31 feet to th begin
Term, ol Sale On a credit of eix monthi
note bearing Intercut, wilh eecarity, rt
fjuired; lien retained; redemption barred.
Thii June 1H, IKeW.
p. . MoDOM KLL, Clerk and Maater.
i'T II. F. Walih. Deputy Clerk and Maatai
F. H. X C. W. Ilaifkell, lolicllun.
W. N. UALDEMAN,
Preildent of the Oreal LOUISVlLr. C0t
K1ER-JUI KNAL CO., telle aat
he know! of
Wintersmith's Chill Cur
f f 1 Ml DATB.V I
llWMIll aai 111
I ae annate. W
I I r4ml,tt
Orricgor thb Coraiaa-JocRHAt,
L' cisviLLi, Kr.
Dr. Winlenmilh, Sir I waive a rule I hat
obverved for many yean, the value vt yoi V
remedy prompting uie to lay, in reply t
your ro'iueit, what I know of your CM.,
Cure, 'lbe private anurancei of iu fit
I bad. and the good result of it! effect!
hadobierved on Mr. R. W. Meredith, wh'
for more than tfteen year, had been fort
man ot my office, induced me to teat it i-
my tamily. Ihe reiuiu nave oeen entire
Your cure broke them at one, and there h.
bcon no recurrence of them for morettit
lix monthi. The other case was ot a mil l
form, and yielded more reauny w oto
remedies; hut the chilli woald return t!f
tervals until your medioine w used, eiuV -. .
which time, now levoral months, they lj r
entirely disappeared. From the opport
ARTHUR FKTER 4 CO., Agenu, Lou" I
Title. n.y. . I
iPtctory. me nrst case wai oi n i
yean piauoinn, in w;nvu v.oi. w.v, w,v i
known remedy had been tried witn temp U"t I
rurv relict the chilli returning ieriodicai y.-o;
nity I nve nau tojuuge, i uo not neiuaie v
eioresi my belief that your Chill Cure i- ' t
valuable ipeoific, aud perform! ail II
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